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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 September 1871

Selected Miscellany. LEARNING TO PRAY. BY MARY R. DODGE. rlr In the twilight! ray, A bannttfui child wan trylnir to pray; Ilia chek on hi. mother's knee. Ills haro little fi-ct lialf-hl(llrn. His fn.llo ailll comlnp unhidden, And. hie tioiirt br.mfnl of glaa. I want to latch. I It ranirht Ray, day, V mammal jva had aueli run I ma , i nanny tmn pay my p . prayora. t ttmtid ha nnl.ilitmarilivinn i aon iirei like praylnp; And run, all undreened, Uowu-alalrt. ' I can aea the (lowera In the (tardei-li1, Shining o pretly, and iweat, and red! Ann hammy la awlnu-lnir. gnf-pa. Oh I everything la bo una out there, I want to put ft all In the praver. (Io yon maun I can do It by Xea 7) " When I say, 'Now I lay me,' word for word It aeama to me aa If nobody heard. Would thank you, dear Uod,1 ba rlghtf He cave me my mammy, And pepa, and Sammy, 0 mammal jou sodded 1 mlht." Claaplng hid hand, and hiding hie face, Uucoiiacionaly yeamli-K for help and tjraca, ihe little one now Wan. Hla niother'a rod...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 September 1871

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1871. Republican State Ticket. Fir Cloyernor, KDWAKD F. NOYES, Of Hamilton. For l.icu'.enant Governor, JACOB MUELLER, Of Cuyahoga. Fur Supreme Jurljre, WILLIAM II. WEST, 6T Rojiao. For State Treasurer, ISAAC R. WELCH, Or Belmont. For Auditor of Suite, JAMES WILLIAMS, Or Franklin. For Attorney GenertV FRANCIS B. POND, Or Morgan. For School Commissioner, TIIOMAS W. HARVEY, Of Lake. For Clerk or Supreme Conrt, RODNEY FOOS, Of Clinton. For Maiuber Board of Public Works, S. R. I10SMER. Or Muskingum. Senatorial Ticket. Fur Senators, D. W. II. HOWARD, or Fulton. HANKS P. GAGE, or Hancock. Republican County Ticket. For Representative, JOHN NORMS. Fur Clerk or the Court, A. D. STEWART. For County Commissioner, EBER WILSON. For Prosecuting Attorney, JOHN A. SHANNON. For Coroner, CHARLES C. BAIRD. For Surveyor. WILLIAM H. WOOD. For Infirmary Director, JACOBDAUTERMAN. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS. Hon. John A. Bingham, One of OhiVs most Gifted Orators, will ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 September 1871

rtfausiitD cvmr Friday oiumo bt JANES TIN HI ON. One copy, one year, In sdvanre $1 60 One Copy, sis month.... 1 III) Una copy, Hires months 50 TIME TABLE-D. & M. Railroad. aoiMaionra. A.M. P.M. OIH0 ROKTH. P.M. A.M Tole.lo-.-1I 30rM O.20 CinUr ...-2 3J S.Ml I'errysb'gl2 f7 It. A Milton 2 39 4.02 Hulll'ra'e 1.1J Hiskins-- 1.17 10. M 10 17 10.24 Weston 2.4. 4.14 Tontogany S.O.I 4.34 rUnkinn . -8.1.1 4.46 Tnntogany 1.21 Weston 1.41 10.48 11.00 llnllPrnirieS.16 4.47 Milton CuiUr 1.5 l'rrvsburg).34 S.10 Tnlodo 1.58 11.01 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. .M. A.M. ..8. 51 Toledo Perrysburr Hull Prairie. It unking ... . Tnntogany Wmton Milton Custar J.10 -.4.04 4. .17 4.44 S.04 4.10 Custar .... M iltnn Weston Tontngsnr ... 88 7.10 ..7.60 Hankin 8.08 Hull Prairie 8.12 00 Perrysburg 8.42 8.08' Toledo 9.25 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. P. M. A. M Toledo 8 20 Fast Toledo 8.28 Ri'es Side Track -8 .18 Perrysburg 8.50 Perrysburg .8.20 Datea Ride Track-8.82 F.aat Toledo 8.44 Toledo 8.50 SENECA J. Agent. SENECA ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 September 1871

MARIE OF VILLEFRANCHE. CHAPTER I. It vivu faUt miowy day when I wont to ue M4rl.' the TillnRorg had thtlr hca'i tied tip In biillDWtoroJ fmnilkr rch.t fa, contras.lng plcawntly with the white snow, And they sbnfflud quickly over their enantls In tbclr, clinking sabot a Tnere was a good ileal of talk and laughter am ing them, but all too faces luuked pinched bi4 col4 i "WAeiVYlu! Marie la Venre Href I a ked. All knew, and all were willing to show me the way, for " Marie was the vil lage fafotite," as one of the gossips tx- Jilained to me : " she kept a illrnt tongue o her trand ; had been a pood daughter, sister, and wife ; was helpful to all those In trouble, and Joyful with those who re joiced; butitblngs were going badly with Mario since the birth of her fatherless child, and there was no hopo of peace, and these toquin de Prwtitnt wtre eittcg up thelHiicwnrr When J intsrfrd Marie's room she w as lying on hor bed, white and s ill, with a little swaJdled bundle beside her. " This i...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 September 1871

"""-iiaij hit VOL. XIX -NO. 22. PERRYSBURG, WOOD CO., OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1871. 1.50 IN ADVANCE. The Loss of [...] Ladona. Among ihe many v ssels that succumbed to tha violea-' f 'hi gabs wiiicli pre vailed on th-- Florid c al during the lnt tor part of lust fu mh. tlie stciiiiship Lodona. Tliis spien lid vessel, com mand, d by Captain Hovey, Kaikd from New York on the 12th of August, b unJ for New Orleans, and nothing furth r ws heard of her until August 2", wh.n an un defined report ws received l'rntn New Orleans, stating tht she had teen lost The following dv intelligence was re ceded confirming the previous alntratnt, totether wi h the information that the captain and twebtv men were lost The steamship Asl.land, b-longing to Mr James Hind, or this cily, and com mended by Captaiu Moore, arrived at this port late Oil Wednesday nuht, fiom t er nindina, Fla. Among her passengers was Mr. Francis Farrnr, the chief coo, four teamen, one fireman, and thu cond m-tte of the ili-fa...

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 September 1871

JAMES TIMMONSr Editor. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1871. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS. HON. JAMES MONROE AND M. S. CASTLE, ESQ., Wilt address ths citizens of this Vicinity, st the Court House, on Saturday Evening, October 7lh oi the Issues of the cnmpni'gH. .We regret to announce tint (Inn. John A. tmoam will be tinabls to fill kit engagement hero M snnotinced last week. Toe following re the appointments for locil Speakers i West Millgrevs Col. J. A. Shannon, Septem ber 2 evening. Deweee School Units?, Weston twp. S. R. Long and W. A. Denschotor, September 23 evening. ttnnsehnldors-Csnl. J. M. llord end J. W. Canary, September IS evening. Eaglevllle Hon. Asher Cuok acd Robert Dann, September 3' evening. Pree-er School Hnn.ie. Portage twp. Col J. A. Sbtnnoo, Suptomber 21 evening. TontoganyMeiit. Gov. John C. Lee, Sep tember 17 evening. Ctistar-Capt. J. M. Uord and J. H. Reid, Heptember 27 evening. Jtidgnn School House, Weslnn twp. W. A. Benachnter an i 8. 8. Case, September 27 arming. Haakin Hon. A...

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 September 1871

tt ILIIHRD KTKRT FRIDAY MORNING BT JAITIES Tlffl"IONS. TEitm t On top j, one rear, In advance.. On copy, lis month On copy, tlire month 1 60 1 00 60 TIME TABLE-D. & M. Railroad. OOINOSOUTa. A.M. r.H. f o1Jd-.-!J.30ri( .I0 OOI HO NORTH. F.M. A .M Cntlir 2 .13 Milton 2 3 8.511 4.02 4.14 4.84 4.46 4.47 6.10 Ferrysb'glJ 67 H AS Hnlll'ra'e 1.1ft llssklns- 1.17 Tonlogany 1.23 10.14 10 17 10.28 10.4ft Weston J.aO Tontogany. 8.03 Haakina -8.13 MullPrairie 3 13 Wastes 1.44 Milton OuUr l.M 11.00 Perrysburg S 84 1.69 1101 Toledo 4.00 .40 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. .M. A.M. nledn. s .20 Custsr Milton Weston Tontogsny nankin Hull Prairie. Perrysburg" Toledo .8.61 ... 7.10 .7.60 .8.08 8.12 .8.42 9.26 rVrrTSburr 4.04 null Prairie 4.87 Haskias ... Tontnganr .. Weston Milton Custar 4.44 a.oi 6.30 9.00 e.os PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. m. Toladn 8 20 i Perrvsnnrg A. M .8.20 East Toledo A.2A Hates Side Trick . 6. 32 vRfes Side Track 38 F.e.t Toledo .44 Ferrjsburg ft. 50 I Toledo 8.60 SENECA J. POWELL, Ag...

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 September 1871

The Republican and Democratic Parties Compared. Junos Lawbbnch lecmtly dollvered a tpucrh In Ohio, In which be contrasted tne Republican with the IX mocratic party as. Pjllown I will, howeycr, only review, In a few words, the past history of political par ties. What they have done or omitted to do for the lust twelvo years has bueu read and Is known by all men. The Hepub.ican party wag organized In 1855, to resist the extension of slavi ry into the Immense free torrit ries ot the United States, Other upon the " popular sov ereignty " plan ot Cass and DourIiu and the Northern Democracy, or upon the filan of the "Calhoun resolution," embody ag the doctrines linally made alike fa mous and iulain.jua by the " Drt-d Scott decision," wh.ch ufllru,s tbat it was the couBiitut;onl right of every slaveholder to carry and holit hi slaves in evtry Ter ritory ; that neither Congriss nor a Teni torial Ltgis autre could prohibit it, and that a black man had " no righiB which a White man wds bound ...

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 September 1871

Selected Miscellany. FRIENDSHIP. BY FRED W. WEBBER. A tiwt, slender, s liken thread J J frtt-nrtshlp, and wo mnkc ft Bind henrls mid lives to heurts and live?; (tut e'en a brcHtli may shake It, Add f fl It takes lint one we word Uut oue wee word to break 111 It drawn the Hps In smlllnc shape, . It draws tho look of plensnra From eye to i ye when hands touch handa, Vhnn two hesrte ho.-it, ono measure; A,ud drawa a meautnic Irom a word , . U hlcti makes tliut word a treasure. Ltkn string of a tiinpf'il harp or Into llctween aind sonls Ml hpi(l"n. And love's fond finder on the thread Make music rare and golden lnke must - such an teuuer heart Could llio, and ne'er nrow old, In. lint If a hrr-alh ny shako It, let Ttiut lirentii coiiiu ln'iir 't never; And never spnki-n e th t word Which friendship's tie lulijlit sever; Bit let te cord irow stronger till The of forever. BY FRED W. WEBBER.-Galaxy. ROW ON, ANNIE. Tor know Annie, Cnurnilnif 11 tie Annie Healthy little, s. ncy Ilitlo. jolly ...

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 September 1871

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, SKl'TEMDEIl 20, 1871. Republican State Ticket. For (lovcrnor, EDWARD P. NO YES. For Ltvn'ensnl Governor, JACOB MUELLER. Fop Judge of Supreme Court WILLIAM II. WEST. For Auditor of Stnte, JAMES WILLIAMS. For Treasurer of State, ISAAC WELSH. For Attorney General, FRANCIS B. rOND. for State Commissioner of Common Schools, THOMAS W. HARVEY. For Clerk of Supreme Court, RODNEY FOOS. For Member Hoard of Publio Works, STEPHEN It. nOSMER. Senatorial Ticket. Fur Senators, D. W. II. HOWARD, HANKS P. GAGE. Republican County Ticket. For Representative, JOHN NORRIS. ' For Clerk of the Count, A. D. STEWART. For County Commissioner, EBER WILSON. For Prosecuting Attorney, JOHN A. SHANNON. For Coroner, CHARLES C. BAIRD. For Surveyor, WILLIAM II. WtfOD. For Infirmary Director, JACOBDAUTERMAN. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS. HON. JAMES MONROE HI. S. CASTLE, ESQ., Will address the citizens of this vicinity, at the Court House, on Saturday Eveniog, October 7th OB the issues of the cam...

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 September 1871

tO BLISHRD EVERT rttlDAT MORRIKO BT JAMES TIMItlONS. T E It in H I eopy, one .rear, In advance ft 60 wni copy, ii month 1 00 On eopy, three month 40 TIME TABLE-D. & M. Railroad. OOIKO IO0TB . OOI NO MOUTH. A.M. r.M. P.M. A.M Toledo-. .H.3npj B ,20 Parrvah'ir 1 2 &7 MAS Cuatar 8.20 3.(8 Milton a 24 4.112 HullPra'e I. IS Hasklns-- 1.17 Tnntogany 1.28 10.14 10.17 10.28 10.48 Weaton-.. -3 32 4.14 Tontogany. S.41) 4.34 Haakin .3.M 4.45 Wsstoa 1.4S HiillPr.lrloS ft 4 47 Milton Gustar 1.8S 11.00 Perrysburg J.84 5.10 1.68 11.04 i oieno a. i o s.iu LIMA ACCOMMODATION. r. M. A.M Toledo Perrysbnrg . Hall Prairie. - Hasking Tontogsoy Weston Milton CaaUr 8.13 Cnatar 4.19 Milton 4.4S Weaton 4.60 Tontogany .8.0t (laakina 8.30 Hull Prairie- (1.00 Perrysburg.. O.Od Toledo . ...ei ....& -7.10 ...7.60 ...8.08 ...8.12 -.8.42 ..0.25 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. m. A. M Toledo A 90 i PnrrvKrtnrtv (1.20 KAflt Tularin A 4A Rates Side Track -6.32 F.aat Toledo 0.44 Toledo A. 60 lives Side Tracko....

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 September 1871

Extracts from a Speech by Ex-Governor Ogleshy, before the Recent Illinois Republican State Convention. wvEHOr 7TT .u t. -,u Wlirf dare ( ml that tho Republican party is dead f. . Who dar. s, in tho face of this nation, to say tliat the great spirit or Dt nil' t 111 tliis giant party even sleeps tor a mouu'iiiT It is In graml jcpose i but let the linger of patriotism but touch the soul of that gieat party, and you will see it spring up again, take 'holrur the holm of this government, fend run It yet for long years to come. A.pplauHe. Sirs, we are the frionds of human liberty, we are friends of humln justice, we are the friends of the rich and the poor. Applause.! We arc the Mends -ot liberty the world over. While our forefathers are ever entitled to honor from tis and the world for their great 'erl'orn In behalf of human liberty, and for having conferred on us the best eovernmrnt on the elobe. our great and noble forefathers wore not quite able to rech!tfif to. tho hichest point towa...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 October 1871

Selected Miscellany. THE PRAYER. T A rat rtf dlmpl. A ka bent on the door, Two llttln dov -like yes half shnt In siop, ' A ll'tie gold rliteed heaa Ibis triroiii-h the door ; I bear-asking tbe Lord "(crystal oul" to keep. Tbt crimson cheeks seem by dawn'a flngcrj vr-tuneo ; The dimpled hands, elaspel by tbe anpels, mm A sunset's atnlter, o'er her bead la rained. Kindling her curls with many a, taperln g glaam Wreathed are her tiny fret with ttorlea old, Till rose-leaf atmosphere, melhlnka I sea, r Enwrap thtm tn tr-e r suit, ethereal fold. With love's protection, to the dimpled knee j Tor at 1.1 ihe hahy-aonirs and tnlea will p!eae, -e when at Bret like-el I from silken skein, 8he tried to knot them, tilting on my kneee, Iu baby accents, Into threads again. Tha little re'Yct lira Inst parted are. Tbronvh which the white-winged thonghts woop ionn 10 rise. A a. thrminh an opening bud, perfumes afar Invlalbiy are waned to the skier. Now to her downy couch my darllnp's crept. Where her ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 October 1871

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. fUIDAY, - OCTOBER 6, 1871. Republican State Ticket. Fr Oovcrnoa, EDWA11D F. KOYES. For Meu'ennnt Governor, JACOB- MUELLER. S'or Jddfre of Supremo. Court, WILLIAM II. WEST. For Auditor of Side, JAMES WILLIAMS. 1 For Treasurer of Plate, ISAAC WELSH. For AtlnrnT General, FRANCIS B. POND. For Sluts Commissioner of Common Soliouls, 1HOMA3 W. IIARVEY. FbrClerk of Supremo Court, RODNEY FOOS. For Member rtosrd of Public Works, STEPIIKN R. IIOSMER. Constitutional Convention TES. Senatorial Ticket. For Senators, D. W. II. HOWARD, HANKS P. GAGE. Judicial Ticket. Independent Candidate for Judge of Court of tuminnn r cua, CHESTER R .MOTT Republican County Ticket. For Representative, JOHN NORMS. For Clerk of the Court, A. D. STEWART. For County Commissioner, EBER WILSON. For Prosecuting Attornev, JOHN A. SHANNON. For CoronerVJj CHARLES C. BAIRD. For Surveyor, WILLIAM II. WOOD. For Infirmary Director, JACOB DAUTERMAN. Judge Mott's Card. Chest KR R. Mott, of Wyandot, announce...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 October 1871

Perrysburg Journal. roBLtRHRD tvr.nr fridat mormikq dt JAMES TIMIflOKS. TElt MS I On copy, one year. In advance $1 SO On Copy, ill month 1 00 On copy, three months 60 Kates ol Arivti tlMlng. On qiiarnne Insertion ! F.ch subsequent Insertion 14 column for S monthi colnmn fur 8 month Ki column fur 11 month VJ eoiiimn fur t monthi column for month ; colli inn for 12 month " col urn for t month B column for month column for 1 1 month 1 colnmn for 12 month Administrator's orExccuinr'i Notice.. Duinea osrda, not exceeding 8 lin, 1 year . Notice la local column, per tins JOB PKINTING, Of yry description, executed In style (nf competition, and a cheep can be i 1 00 AO 7 00 It 00 20 00 10 00 IS Off 30 00 12 on 22 00 40 U0 IS 00 3 00 defy done dwhre. W giv our peraonal attention to II Job Work, and allow none but first class work to learo the office. Call and examine specimen. Perrysburg Journal. TIME TABLE-D. & M. Railroad. OIN080UTH . OOINO NORTH. A.X. P.M. Toledo.- .ll.jnrii f .20 P.M....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 October 1871

SPEECH OF SECRETARY BOUTWELL. WiSLL. CINCINNATI, September 23. l'lliinnil. BotTwiit, Racrstary J lit Tra tj. rtrirsi 'J !' Kpnl)llrin Basting at Mown 1UU tbU evening. Ex-HecreUry Co Drsln1, .... Mr Bmitwoll, on being lntror1nrel, trarrfl VW-fly the connection of the Republican party with the.n ws-ful prosecution of the war for the impression of the rehelllon, He nines to take ear of the result of the name, nrl the unreasonable note of exp Cling from the Democratlo party p arawalot manclution or the measures needed to n it. .m.nriniteil thiir rlifhtat of eniect- lno-concert wlib refi'ienc to the credit of the ountry, or the payment of the debt In nrred m .i-it,n ih raiia lion, lie believed lftbe Dern ... Mriwunrail tn nnwer. whether tha nM , hool or the new prevailed, the law for moirinir the amendment wonld be repealed. He tUied tnt iho Uemoerallc policy. In lie propost- tlont, doe not accept the Uiinsiiiuuouai amena. .,ir. iiir.. i in tiiHmnelvee. although, ae we af firm, they are ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 October 1871

Selected Miscellany. Selected Miscellany. GOING AFTER THE COWS. BY JENNIE S. CHENEY. T"r are waiting tbere. by the paetnre br, iMppie, irony, una inm, ?0 I Klip the hm. In the mill-worn pntt, And ilrnp ihom, one hy one; But I do not go, a I at way go, To see the milking done, ; I lean mycbeeV on the paatnre ham, And watch the attire eome out; rerhape thny will ml'l me np nt the home, And wonder whiit I am atom.; .Bnt I ve omefhliifj to Chink of, here to-night, " While I watch Ihe attire come ouU' Laat night, when I came for the beauties, 1 WllllevwM waiklnirwllh me, And he arkari me, If I thought ever A farmer'a wl'n I could lie ; For I am a city girl, von know, And a farmor'a ton 1 ho, Willie wear rKrmeaptin tronera, And anch a roare a'rw hat! Bnt the fnce that look from under the rim la hmrtxime and htavo, for all that; , Ai d hla eyea, thoy look at me ao queer ' That iy heart goea plt-a-pat. - Every night, when the work Ifl done, Wo alt In the twilight gray Willie and I, In the I...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 October 1871

gcngslmvg gouvnal' JAMES TIMMOXS, Editor. FRIDAY, - OCTOBKU 13, 1871. The Local Election. Tli election in I'errjsburg tninlrip,pificiViff ery qnictly,nnly about six trathi of the aggre gate vet bving east. Tb contest mhiilr existed on Representative nd Pmeenling officers. Tli Democracy nomi nated one nf onr o'd and most rrspeefcd cilixcna, JlicnAiL k,'Y.ti., with (he Impo that liia well known and deserved popularity would In due tli Republican eitiscna of Ptrrjsbnr(f tn desert their old fellow laborer in the parly ,Jnlis Noaait, Esq. In that conclusion, however, they diil nt succeed many great extent, as Mr. Nor Tote trat only 36 leu than that cut for Out. turn. Bo In th ease of Col. Soannok, the nopuuli ean candidate fur prosecutor, llio Democrats nom inated a Perrysbnrg mnu, H.!I.DoDoa,Kq.,to lun sgainst hiiu, with th h"pi to defeat hirn by eombinatwn of the numeroua T. tori induntilied with DoDGf In reli(ioua sentiment; those engaged la Ilia rotation of the liquor lairs of the Sl...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 October 1871

rOBLIOHRO BVRRT fhtOAV MORNIKO BT james tiiyiiuons. TF.lt M t On opy, nn yesr. in advance- II M On copy, six month 1 0 copy, three month SO Unfed ol Ad-trU-ln;. Om frinaraons Insertion-' Eseh subsequent insertion 1 column for 3 month.. tu coin mo fur 6 months' column for 11 months A column for J months.- $ 1 00 60 T no 11 00 . 20 on 10 oo 18 00 so no 11 00 22 on 40 on 71 on i column for 6 month H column far 11 months column for I mnntln If Column for 6 months t$ column for 12 mnntlm 1 column for 12 months Administrator's or Executor's Notices- Business cards, not exceeding A lines, 1 year Notioes Id local column, pet line JOB PIIINTINO, Of aver description. executed in a style l oo defy- log competition, and is cheap as can be done lie where. We give our personal attention to II Job Work, and allow nono but first class work lo leave the office. Call and examine rpec I mens. TIME TABLE-D, & M. Railroad. ooixo south . OOINO KORTD. a.m. r.n. r.a. a.m. Toledo- 12.30m J.SO Costar 3.2...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 October 1871

Waggery in Politics. . jTjfi Thfl"w, the Olinlrman of the Dem ocratic Stnto Committee of New York, is ft wax- ' With exquisite humor he Delect the moment when the most flagrant politi cal' cortaption in our hUtory is exposed in tho'city where the Democratic party has an unquestioned ascendancy to declare that," the present demoralization has hap i3ul rinder flib ascendeucy of the Iiopu fo lic n party,'' The phrase is cunningly chosen, for it is true that the Republican saity.oontrols the country.. But to Insin Hire thai it 1b therefore responsible for the B wlndling of Democrats in New York is w6xccllunt jesting as it would be to state that 1t was during the Presidency of Wash ington that Genet insulted the govern rtnl, and as if Washington were really responsible. But after this delicate Insin uation Mr. Tllden proceeds boldly to do claro. that " there is no doubt the tendency of Ine principles and measures of the lie ftaibUcaa party is unfavorable to purity in government." Mr. Til...

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