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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 3 November 1855

For the Journal. Naturalization. In my communication of last week, I pre sented die claiinishnns of our foreign born population, as the moving cause of Know Nothingism. No unkind or embittered feel ing prompted the. remarks then made, but a sincere desire to benefit our naturalized cit i, 'lis by disclosing the Lrutli as it is. I wish not to abuse them, neither will I flatter them, re remark, that I conceive duct of the alien born, less believing that simple, rugged truth is better calculated to promote their welfare, than ei ther invective or hollow pretensions lneiuisiup. And I would lie the course ami con reprehensible than those of our unprincipled native born demagogu-s. I he latter know the. right but pursue the wrong, whereas the former are condemned for pursuing the wrong not knowing the right. Dut to resume our Urine. Another cause of the hostility entertained toward foreign-j ers is furnished in the attempt of Catholics, as Catholics, to seize our public-school inon- ies a...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 3 November 1855

Tennessee. The official vote in Tennessee, at the re cent election, stands thus: Johnson, Demo crat, 07,199; Gentry, Know Nothing, G3, (312. Governor Johnson, in his inaugural ! address, proposes amendments to the consti. tntion of the United States, making the IVs-i iJunt, und U. S. S.-nators, eligible bv a di-; rect vote of the people, amf limiting the! ' r n; f it ! o,,. , t i . tenure of ofhee of United btates Ju.lg-s to, twelve years. Minnesota. rr, , Nuj pro-slavery victory in Minnesota turns : out to be just no victory at all. 'Hi ore were two anti-Nebraska candidates for Congress' and, as a natural consequence, t In Nebraska; candidate: received more votes than either. In the 1 -gislatuiv. the parties stand l!iiis: Council, 11 ll' publieuiis 5 pro-slavery ; in the lower house, 23 Republicans 10 pro-slavery. And yet the pro-slavery press in Ohio crows lustily over this " great Democratic victorf." Tmf Hesult in ri.NXsYrAN.. Tin offi cial iv turns of the election in Pennsylvan...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 3 November 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 199 BUSINESS CARDS. rn.IK I'KKUVSIJl'IU; JOURNAL is published JL ever; Siturliy, by S. Cr.Aiut, nt $1 per year, e mIi iii a lv:.nee, or .4 .'2r in trado ; S1.23 cash" in (i months, or $ I .") at the end of the year. Tlm.sc in arrears will bo charged at the rate of $ 1..1D for thej series until thev pay up, when they can get tlr p ip ir at the reduce 1 price. " I'.ipers in iv be stopped at any time by paying up. BV.Vttl.YU CICH. TUoWryshm-s Haul; is no,v opuu an I prepared to discount short' b isiness paper, buy and sail (iold. Sihvr.and Kast r.i K c!i in .j . and nH:ict other business in their i.ie. Interest paid on time deposits. J. S. N'OltTOX, Cashier. Oct. H. 1-OL--'!)tf Washington' union ixsru.vxcE Company ; C i!t:,l 30().OO(). I). 11. Drxitwt. l'ifs't. (;!:(!!( 1: M vc att, Treas. II 1: 11 v II. J')iiii r.. A jri-nt for Wood county. cii!ivi:iiM) mutual ix&i'iian'ct: Comp inv ! 'apital iiOH,n:M. Kisks taken on rea- snn uiiu terms, 111 I lie above rea...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 3 November 1855

200 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. REMOVAL. BROWN & II UXT lave remo-1 ved their Stove anil Tin llstablishmeut to their j New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where we lire ofbjring a wall selected assortment of COOK, HALL, BOXfy PARLOR STOVES, in great varieties. Our Stoves; are. of Albany man-1 it fact lire, an 1 inferior to none. Plain and .lapaned ; Tin 'Ware, Stove Pipe and Stove Trimmings, I At Wholesale and Retail. .1 th vv rk a'ld K jpairing done on short notice. Or-; (krs from abi-oad will nnet with prompt attention. ' Jan. 1, lS-". BJIOWN & 11 UXT, : ! I ' ; ! I DIL .10 1 IN lil'LL. s o m i;t 1I ING AND VALUABLE. 'the 11, 1" JRICAN KING niK. Voi:i.i, and tlic! preatust wi rful Kinir on tin: face of the glnta dow . , us s ; j r -l u.t in tut; A lucricaii hopuldic. J he power .'i m i! heads cf l.uropc slid; ii,;o imdjuitieutice : i 1 1 mmpar-.d to mir Ainoricjtn Kinir. I.ui-i i l.iiu s t n-plny the po, r vested in theui to ru.i.-i i.l;u ti In s i f the rich and lordly, ami...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 November 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. ..... , : .- VOL. III. PERRYSDURG) OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1855 N02CI Expenses of the Russian War. The London Economist, in its tables of government rxpenditurej estimates that by the time the second year of the war has eK pired, there will haVe been raised by way of loans in England ond France, and the sub scriptions completed, the sum of JC29.000, 000 by the former1, and of 66,000.000 by the latter, making together 95,000,000 of public securities absorbed within two years or over 450,000,000 dollars. This covers only the funded debt. In England, a sum equal to her portion of this enormous expen diture must be reckoned, which comes in the thape of increased taxation imposed for the support of the war. What the increase in France is, we have not seen stated. With short crops in the latter country, is it sur prising that a money pressure should be felt in both England and France under such burdens ? Magazine under the Redan. An extract of a letter from Se...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 November 1855

The Lost Balloonist—Wise on Winchester. As much anxiety exists among the friends and family of Mr. Winchester, who went up with a balloon from Norwalk, Ohio, on the 3d of October inst., on account of his not being heard from up to the 17th inst., 1 would premise the following opinion ; It is said'he ascended with but twenty five pounds of ballast. This with an ordi- nary balloon, would not last him many hours. If he ascended very high, that quantity of ballast would be neutralized bv the expan sion of gas and the consequent discharge at neck valve by the pressure of expansion, t If his balloon" was but half full when he! started that would occur at aft elevation of j and a half miles, and at even half that I height when sailing immediately over a layer' clouds for the space of twenty-five or thir-i ty minutes. JNow as there are always two rapid currents of air at elevations of from two to three miles one from the south-west, the other from the north-west, it is probable that he mav ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 November 1855

Official Vote of Ohio in 1855. I Lieut. Gov. Governor Counties. B f-1 a x A.liims, IVi'J H-'2 1 A lion 1 !Ki7 2 'J 1U:!7 Ashland, 1580 1G2.'1 .'17 ! 1577 Ashtabula,. 0772 Wo 41 I 4 l-'i-t Athens Km !T-t 08 I 1727 Auylai.e... ;4:1 1201 XI 71-3 I'.fimoiit, 17."it ..- 1(m : 270-1 Brown,.... 1571 1 H4: 2S(i I 1X85 Butler lOW 2805 :.W) , 2:Ki(j Carroll, ... 150. 1000 f-2 j 1545 Champaign. i::5: 028 5:S5 101.3 Clark,.. J.. 1 .!$ 1151: 250 I 2121 Clermont, . 2:!."tS 242;t 4"i 20( 1 liutuii liiiO H02 1C2 ; 1708 Columbiana :MH 21-iO :il j ;io0: Coshocton,. 20C4 1007 17 , 20(10 Crawford.. 1 140 1710 4: ! 114 Cilviihoga,. ,'J!l(i5 ;i072 4 7-i 4'7l Darke 1(85 KiOl 228 1025 IK'tiamc, . . 502 Co0 17 500 Delaware.. 1002 1215 2.".!) 1K17 Erie 15C4 ll'-'l 8 15H8 1-airlield ... 2174 2074 52 2557 Favette 000 518 T-V.i 118:1 Vranklin,.- 2487 U102 841 MM Tulion 715 442 11 G8;J !allia :!4t 87:1 1000 14i:i C,eiiua, ... IxKi :S!J; OO 1801 C. ret-no, ... 10::j 08.5 !!72 2502 (MU-rnsev-- 10:1 l-'ol 1;0 10.l ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 November 1855

Editorial Page. Last Tuesday was the day appointed for the commencement of a term of the district court in Wood county, but no judges were in attendance and of course no court could be held. Judges Bartley, Hall and Palmer should have been here, but they neither came nor so much as sent an excuse for not com ing,. Suitors, witnesses, lawyers and court officers were all put to the trouble and ex pense of getting ready and attending, only to be disappointed, annoyed and vexed at the failure of fat, well-fed and well-paid judges to do their duty. This failure of the judges to hold a term of the district court, follow ing so soon upon the usurpation of the last term of the common pleas to naturalization purposes and the advancement of the demo cratic party, besides being an outrage upon the rights and interests of the people of this county, has a very bad look for the judges, who are noted for being warm democratic partisans. Can it be possible that the vote of Wood county at the late e...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 November 1855

For the Journal. Naturalization. In preceding communications, I discussed a few of the. evils attending the exercise of the elective franchise by alien born citizens. It should not be interred from thence, thatl would divest them of the rights and privi leges provided for them by our organic law, but only that they ought not to prostitute and abuse them. But the question arises, cannot these evils be avoided w ithout proceeding lo theextreme length proposed by the Know Nothings? Mr. Seward was undoubtedly correct when he suggested that lime and education would cure them all; but the remedy, under pres ent circumstances, is too slow in its opera tion to satisfy the demands of the public mind. And withal, ' during the. remedial process, the sore, upon the body politic would still continue to corrode and irritate as thou sands succeeded thousands to our shore. But cannot the violence, of the disease be miti gated while the cure is being effected? 1 think so. The prescription I would pr...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 November 1855

20G THE TERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Extraordinary Profits. Messrs. Mabie & McGowan, of Alton, engaged in the cul-jthe tivation of sweet potatoes, publish an ac count of their profits during tlit? past season. They planted 12 acres of potatoes, the. ex penses of which, deliveied in market, were $'187.50. The total amount, of sales were 2,200; leaving $2,022.50 for net profits This rives an average, profit of $167.70 per acre. We hear of profitable, wheat and oih-; , c !,nt ih ,.11 ! or crops, but this exceeds all NEW VOLU M E. 1850. G n aii a.u's American Monthly MagazineEstablished in 1827 De voted to Literature, Art and Fashion. The new volumes, commencing VtLb the January munlier. -will contain over l'J0 pages of the choicest read ing matter, steel and, wood engravings, and music. Each number will contain a splendid steel engrav ing ; a i!ate or t lie raris msmons, on steel, elegant lv colored; one or more articles richly illustrate! with wood engravings; miscellaneous prose amb poetr...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 November 1855

207- BUSINESS CARDS. rMiIK PKltlU'SBUKG JOURNAL is published Jl every S.iturJay, by S. Ci.akK, at $1 per year, cull in advance, or $f.2 in trade ; $1.25 cash in 0 month, or $ l."0 at the end of the year. Those in arrears will be charged at the rate of $1.5(1 for the present series until they jmy up, when they can get tin piper at the reduced price. P.ipers may be stopped at any time by paying up. Bl.VK.ltfU .Vl VHli.'L'helerr;,sburg liank is id w 0,1011 anJ prepared to discount short b.uiness paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and Kast e.i Hxeh inge. and t ransact other business in their liao. Interest paid o:i time deposits. J. S. NOltTON, Cashier. Oct. 1 . 1 S5. L'JXf WASHINGTON UNION IXSUKAXCi; Company ; Capital !i:jO),0()0. 1). B. Di'mi.xm, Pivs't. t ; i: i: : i: M yiatt. Treas. IIknkv II. I)oix;r., Agent for Wood county. CLnVllL.VM) MUTUAL. IX8UKAXCE Company-Capital .?....,.. II isks taken on rea- sonable terms, in the above responsible conn.anies, II. II. DODGE, Insurance A (re...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 10 November 1855

REMOVAL. BROWN & HUNT have remo ved their Stove and Tin Establishment to their New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where we ire offering a well selected assortment of COOK, HALL, BOX PARLOR STOVES, in great varieties. Our Stores are of Albanv man- tifaeture, and inferior to none. Plain and Japaned j. in v are, oiove ripe ana stove Trimmings, At Wholesale and Retail. Job work and itepairingdoneon Short notice. Or ders from abroad will meet With prompt attention. Jan. 1,1855. BROWN & HUNT. TK. .MUX litlh. S () M i: 'J' II INO A X D VALUABLE. The mi-si powerful King; on the face of the globe now ...us siipri Hi", in the American Hepublic. The power r.f 'tie .ti.m lied bends ct l-.uropo sink into inslguilicauce tn, hen i'iiii;;ri il to nur American Kin. I ur-kin;.-. employ the power vested in them to tiuTv.'ist- tl.e it. hen i f the rifli and lordly, and to reduce to triv.iei iiuk. r und degradation, the poor and depend t..t. lo r An., ricau Kin,: jroos forth Mitlivqu.il willi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 November 1855

M1TTT71 PERRYSBUM JOURNAL. vol. nr. PER11YSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1855. NO; 2: The Pacific Railroad Accident. The St. Louis Republican says It rible, to think that abandoned creatures could be found to seize upon such a time to rob hieh t)f theiv valuables and money; and yet there is too Uiuoh reason to believe that this' was the case. One man was discovered at it mnliiu' to stealhe watch of Mr. Schullze who lay apparently insensible in one of the for several hours. He had succeeded in the watch, when he was observed. Mich threats made as convinced him that it' was best for him to give it up. It was in-jo tended to detain him. but in the excitement of the moment lie made his escape. O'.liersj lost money in I he. same way. As soon accident happened, men seemed to (lock in from the surrounding country, although i . : .l. i:o lionets were to ne seen, auu u i a iiium; Mi Lidi'.mg part of the country for settlement. WJierc lll-V came uum, ami mi munumuiim,! v vwwv irom, una m...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 November 1855

Prince Gortschakoff's Report on the Fall of Sevastopol. On the 17th of August the enemy opened from the side of the Karabelnaia, a very hea vy and murderous cannonade, which lasted 20 days. Our loss during this period was, on the first day, 1,500 men ; on the four days following, 1,000; and from the 22d August till the 5ih September, from 500 to 600 men every 24 hours. On the 5th of September the enemy con tinued the bombardment with redoubled force, and the cannonade was inconceivably destructive, to such a degree thatoiar fortifi cations were shaken by it along the whole line of defense. This infernal lire, princi pally directed against the embrasures, prov ed that the enemy was endeavoring to dis mount our guns, to demolish our ramparts, and so prepare for taking the city by storm. It was no longer possible to repair the dam age done to our works, and our efforts were limited to covering powder magazines and the blindages with earth. The para pats crumbled down and filled up the ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 November 1855

211 Mon Kits Discoveries. In the course of a lenlliy article in the New York Tribune, we. find the following summing up of the urhievernPiits xf discoveries within the last rjtia rter of a century : "Within the last twenty-five years nil the principal features of the geography of our ' . : i I, ..... ! OWIl Vast lllIlTlor regions iidvt- urrn ti tin i u- tidy deterrniiu'd ; the great fields of Central j Asia have. Iven - traversed in various diree-lhave from DoUhara und Oxus to the Chinese j Wall ; the half-known river systems of South America have been surveyed ; the icy continent around the southern pole has been ; the north-western passage, the ijjnis-futuus of nearly two centuries, is at List found ; the Dead S.!u is stripped of its ubiilous terrors ; the coins;', of Uk; Niger is longer a myth, and the snblinre secret of Nile is almost wrested from its keeping, The Mountains of the. Moon, sought for , two thousand year?, have been be-jdiied ii: ld by a Caucasian eye; on English s...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 November 1855

Editorial Page. .-2rThe governors of some of the southern states recommend in their messages that if Kansas should apply for admission into the Union as a slave state and ba refused, the southern states should dissolve the Union. Jioiv suppose Kansas should apply for ad mission as a free state and be refused by the locofoco senate, will these southern nullifi ers justify the use by the northern states of the same remedy they themselves propose in the former case ? Far from it. They would cry treason loud and lustily. " Optics sharp it needs, 1 ween, To see what is not to be seen," J3 ut brother Smith, of the Toledo Times, has ihein, videhcit his paper of Tuesday last. j "Vill he have the goodness to point to the j word, sentence or paragraph of ours, approv-j ing, endorsing or in any way palliating the. action of the court here in its postponement! of the judicial business of this county in order to devote almost a whole term to the: manufacture of democratic voters ? We said a few ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 November 1855

Mu YVehstek's Ustate. We learn from th? Transcript that the executors ot the es-iry lute of Daniel Webster have sent printed circulars to persons having claims against the Siini1, in which it is slated that the mtt siiriount of assets in their hands is $35,180 S3, and the amount of claims is about 153, 000. They divide twenty-one and three quarters per centum, retaining in hand about nm pr tvntum to uetray expenses ana cnar-i ...... l... i.irllilct flirt illti " f AT .... Ct- leans for a claim of 25,000 for counsel in tli.'. Gaines controversy. A Lucky Goveknoii. Gov. Wright, of In-j who, jt will b; re numb.' red, took to himself one of Kentucky s blooming daugh-j less than a twelve, month ago, has hern presented by Irr with a pair of bounciNg; boys li.e Governor doubtless, had such a result in view when he issued his elomieni . . , i ,i .11.. proclamation for thanksgiving the other dav. 1 ... . . Tiir.-" Rum no I'assiox." A young lady' writes thus ingenuously and anonymously the ro...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 November 1855

214 THE PERKYSTORG JOURNAL. ATEW VOLUME, 1 iv --185. G haiiam's American Monthly Magazine Established hi 1827 De voted to Literature, Art and insfuon. J no new volumes, commenting with the .Lvnnary number, will contain' over 1200 pages of flie choicest read rug matter, steel nnd wood engravings, and music. Each number will contain a splendid steel engrav ing ; a plate of the Paris fashions, on steel, elegant ly colored ; one or more articles richly illustrated with wood engravings ; miscellaneous prose and poetry ; an editor's table ; reviews of new bonks : rtiontidv summary ; hints on fashion, and fashiona ble' intelligetjce ; patterns for tfeedfe-workyalid-new music The steel encrravinys will embrace finely execu ted portraits of the celebrated lady writers of the day, interspersed with a variety of other subjects of ,, , . , . i .. ..n ,i. i lie las ion iiiare ure eiiu i iiyt-n mi Mi.-vi, hi it i i in-, latest Paris fashions, giving out and in-door cos- U.mes for the month! - The...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 November 1855

rp.IH PlillllYSlJUlUi JOURNALS published -L evory Saturday, by S. Clark, at $1 per year, c in advance, or $ in trade ; $1.25 c;ish in b m jutlM, or 1 1 ."i) at tlie end of the year. Those in niTear w ill be charged at the rate of $1.50 for the prjseut scries until tliey pay up, when they can get til. p iper at the reduced price. Papers may be stopped at any time by paying1 up. I) V.V KIVU .VO VlVE,TUvPerrysburgBatti lJ is ii)iv open and prepared to discount, short' b ni:itss paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, andEast-j it i K cli iae. and transact other business in their' hi! .. Interest paid on tune deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier Oct. 14. l"-l. 2!ltf t7-asiux(;ton union insurance V Company; Capital i:i()0,000. 1). B. l)i;.Nir.vM, Pres't. Gkoisuk M-vhatt, Treas. IIkxiiv II. Doixje. Agptit for Wood coiintv. CLHVtfLVM MUTUAL INSURANCE ('mipauy Capital ;"JtiO,000. Risks taUen on reu s i'i able terms, in the above responsible companies, by H. II. DODGE, Jiisurauce Atrciit. J. & VV. ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 17 November 1855

21G THE PERIIYSBURG JOURNAL. 'IlKttnVAf. BROWN Si HUNT havcremo-! ved their Sloven ml Tin Establishment to their New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where we; we offering a well selected assortment of COOK. HALL, BOX Jlf PARLOR STOVES, in great varieties. Our Stoves are of Albany man- iiftii'tiiFR. mm,1 inrVrior to none. l'lninnml .lammed Till Ware, Stove Pipe and Stove Trimmings, ! At Wholesale and Retail. Job work nnd Repairing done on short notice. Or-1 ders from abroad will meet with prompt attention, i .1 an. i, 1,3-,. BKO WN & 11 TNT. I I : i I j j j j j ! ! i WW Ml. .1 ifi.s :L'l.b. ' j ! : 1 i SOMETHING NEW AND VALUABLE. '1 he iu...t powerful Kinir cm the rc of the globe now ::s j nil,'- in vi. An rvan Hepublir. 'the power f M i c. i-. ni -.1 I.e.iiU -f l.u.ope sink ii.;o iusiniljortUCB lu ti 1 1 n ! p.: r. d tn our A iiu-rien 11 Kirir. t i;r iif:i'i K in-.s employ the power vested in them to ... rwiM- li.e 1 i In sift In- rieh ami lordly, md t reduc iiusir. ami neurad...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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