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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 12 January 1856

THE ' PE RRYSBURG JOURNAL 27? Lawrence Treaty of Peace. During the interview between Gov, Shan-: non and the Kansas people, at Liwrence', ; a formal stipulation of the terms on which! t ho war was to b.5 terminated was drawn up; and signed by the high diplomatic powers, This document, which may be denominated , a treaty of peace, is said to have been draft-'; ed by Dr. Robinson, the leader of the free ; state forces. Certain it is that it is careful-! jv worded so as not to coin promise that par-; but leave the blame of the whole di-' graceful affair to rest where it justly belongs on the shoulders of Shannon and the mur-; derous gang by which li Iiiid surrounded him-i from the Missouri border. The treaty ; is as follows: Whereas, there is a misunderstanding be- tween the people of Kansas, or a portion of and the Governor thereof, arising out ; of tlie rescue, tiear Hic kory Point, of a cit-, i.en uoder arrest, and some other matters :' And whereas, a strong apprehension exists; tha...

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. — 12 January 1856

278 THE PERRYSBU11G JOURNAL; I'errysburff Prices Current Wheat, $1.05C1.7O; Flour. $8.5Oa!J.00 ; live, G0(fi5; Corn, 35C$10; Oats, 25(:11; Potatoes, ";i7 (50; Butter, 18(rt20: Est;, 12 Ml 8 ; A poles, dried. $l.25(1.50; Peaches, dried, $1.00(o1.25 ; lieuns, $1.50((i.00; Feather?, 31(4 4 ; Fresh Pork, li,8; Beef, II (4; Tallow, 10(12; Lard,10(,12 ; Wool,! 25('fi:iO; Hay, $8.00o10.00 ; Wood, $ l.50i2.00 ; Salt, gi.OO.oO; Onions, :37(f50. ALL persons interested will take notice tliut on and after January 1st. l5(i. the provisions of 'an act to provide against the evils resulting from tiie sale of intoxicating liquors in the state of Ohio." passed May 1st, ; ns also the ordinance of the town of Perrysburg, entitled "an ordinance cutah-j lUliing police regulations for the government of the town of Perrysburg," which tcok effect May 21th, 1HV1, will he strictly enforced. JAMES MUUllAY, Major. Joshua. Chappei., Marshal. " Dec. !). 1855 .--3:1 w.'l Valuable Farm for Sale. WE offer for sale,...

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. — 12 January 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 279 PKRRYSBURO JOURNAL is published every , Saturday, by S. Clark, at $1 per year, cash in advunce, or $.'L in trade ; $1.25 cash in fi months, or $1.50 at the end of the year. Those in arrears will he charged at the rate of $1.50 for the present series until they pay up, when they can get the pa per at the reduced price. Pupers may he stopped at any time by paying up. BA.VKING NOTICE. The Pkrhvshuho JiAA'K is n w open and prepared to discount short business paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and' Eastern Exchange, nnd' transact otlier business in ' tlieir line. Interest pail on time deposits. I J..S. NORTON, Cashier. I Oct. 14. lS.-,4.--2(Uf ! WASIIIN'UTOVUXIOX INSURANCE1 Company; Capital jjt:JO(J,Oi)0. j D. B. Dunham, Pres't. Geo. Myuatt, Trens. Cleveland Mutual Insurance Company ; Capital $2M,0U0. Risks taken on reasonable terms j in the above responsible companies, by H. II. Doimik, Agent tor Wool conntv. I I HUUlf, ueaiers in ury uoous, uro-jta9te j cerie...

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. — 12 January 1856

280 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL' $100 Ileward! Ho for the New Comer! - We understand that Messrs. Fiiknti & Brown are fitting up a new Gallery for the purpose of ta king DA G UERRE O TYPES, filling Lockets, &c .011 the new and improved German, American and French process. Prices are to Ite low ; pictures cheap OA'L V 31 cents J AY ill open 10th Dec. THEY MUST SUCCEED! Their rooms are in Hood's building, on Louisiana Avenue, between 1st and 2d streets, l'KUHYsiitrjo, Ohio. N E W S T O R E ! " BLINX & have j ust returned from New York and Huston, and are now opening an extensive and complete assortment of Ir'y Goods, 4 roperies, CJoihing-, Boots and Shoes, Ilurdworc, Cruckry unci ' 'Glassware,. selected with especial reference to the wants ol Perrysburg and Wood county, and oiler the same at lower prices than any other establishment in the Mauiif'ee .VaJleyi They have bought, these goods tor dash, andintend doing a Mritflx.'REAlf Y-.PjL Y business, thereby ..enabling then) : to...

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. — 19 January 1856

THE PERMSBURG .IQTIiNAL " vol. nr. PERUYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 185G. NO. SO. Resolutions of the Democratic State Convention. veution. lhe committee 011 resolutions, with entire unanimity on the engrossing questions? of the j day, present the creed of the democracy of j Ohio, as follows : . i 1st. Resolved, that slavery (being the crea-j tureof positive law, cannot exist without it,) is a domestic institution, and that con- grcss has neither the power to legislate it 111- to any territory or slate, nor to exclude it therefrom but to leave the people thereof! perfectly ftye to form and rcgu.ate then- do-i mestic institutions 111 their own way, subject 1 Lilly to the constitution of the United Slates, i 'J l. Resolved that hie. right oMhe people! of each particular state and territory to es-! labli.-h their own constitution or form of j ; to choose and regulate their I domestic institutions of every kind and;tv 10 legislate ior uiemseives, is a lunuanieinai - principle o! a...

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. — 19 January 1856

282 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Conversation. a Dr. Watts says there are five ways of gain ing knowledge, by reading, thinking, by ob servation, public lectures, and by conversa tion. Each of these has its peculiar advan ges and each its adepts. Many read much, even too much, and think too little. All people observe, but the good or evil impress ions which are made upon their minds are only shaped by the intellectual, moral, or sensual medium through which they look. Almost all attend public lectures, and the rinsing appeals of the living speaker elevate their standard of noble efforts, and fire their minds with high and holy aspirations, only, as before, they possessed vital mentality and goodness of character. And they will im prove by it in proportion as they appear in the assembly for advancement in real worth rather than to " see and be seen.' But by conversation we have a means of knowledge which is universal; which takes within its scope the whole human family, and even ex tends ...

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. — 19 January 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL, 283. The German Turners. The Turners, who have associations in all parts of the United States at their national meeting in Septem ber, adopted resolutions against the further extension of slavery. Their society at Charleston, S, C, became offended at this action, and dissolved their connection with the national body. They also addressed epistles to the Turners in va rious southern cities, asking them to with draw from the 4 ?rth and form a southern association. They do not, however, meet tiU it. jli cupmcc iti 4 tuii rfTrtc t f lirirMT about ditision. - I he lnrners at Wheeling, Virginia, reply through the Republican a, the German paper at Wheeling, and they main tain strongly that slavery should not he ex tended. The Turners of Louisville, St. Louis, Texas; and other places, are also strongly tmti-slavery in their feelings, and fully sym pathize with the position of the national Turners' association. Burlington Tel. Office Holder. We believe it was Gen. Jack...

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. — 19 January 1856

284. Editorial Page. Ice. We have never seen so handsome a lot of ice as is now to be had for the taking. Several of our citizens are laying in a sup ply for summer use, and making various kinds of temporary ice houses. The ice is from the hydraulic rerervoir, 10 inches thick, clear and blue as the limitless ether over head. Our good citizen, Charles V. Jenison, is building two vessels here this winter, to be completed by the 1st of April, giving em ployment to some 50 or CO men, and dis bursing a number of thousand dollars in cash and the necessaries and comforts of lift-. 400 tons, f.,r King & Phillips, of Toledo, and tiie other 270 tons, for Nims & Tillotson, of , Fremont. One of these vessels is on the stocks, and in a state of forwardness, and with reasonably fair weather, they will bolh'(ie be in readiness for business by the opening of! navigation. They are to b. risked and eom-i pletely fitted out here. The building of these! vessels requires a large supply of lumber...

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. — 19 January 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 285 The democrats held a state convention in! Columbus, oil the 8lh ltlst. All the present) occupants were re-rtominated Dr. Gris- wold, for board of public works; K'Minon, j for supreme judge and Harney for commis-j eioner of common schools. The resolutions, adopted lake strong grounds in favor of the.1 principles of congressional noii'intervention! and popular sovereignty in the orzanis itiou' -r . ... :L..:..i ,...;, i f.i I J I v I I I I i 1 1 I tl 1 Wl t 1 lUli H l' UUMIUi:i iiilfi III l y 1 , & . 'iii1 U. Steed man, Were appointed senatorial del- j egales to the national con veil lion. Mau . lnee. Visitor, j - i JjOsTON", Jan. 10. Ihe TllllS of this mor- lling Contains a report of the prize fight near! "V tw 1TuiiLltiiti urn) ri w t I ! 1 1 1 l it u-urrn iiuiii nuiir; uuu uunum 1 1 ii'. at i... i Jno. TIo'.ihHs of Chicago mid Too. Murnhv. ' .. - . .... r' . 1 - . ot Liverpool. I weiily-tlirec rounds were ! fought occupying two hours and a hall. ko-c...

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. — 19 January 1856

28a TIE- PERUYSBURO JOURNAL. Pcrrysburgr Prices Current. - Wheat, $l.t51.7U; Flour. $3.fi00.00 ;' Kje, llivct5; Corn, ;$')(540; Oats, 2f(!i;ll ; Potatoes, a7 h0 ; Butter, 18(n20; Eggs, 1 2(4 ;18 ; Apples, dried. $l.'25(ftl.50; Peaches, dried, $1.U0((1.25 ; Beans, 1.50(2.00; Feathers, :$l(fll ; Fresh Pork, Hft8 ; Beef, y,lCfCi; Tallow, 10i2 ; Lard,HV2 ; Wool, 25(10; llay, $3.0010.00; Wood, $1.50(fT'2.00 ; Salt, $2.002.50; Onions, 37(2-50. Administrator's Sale. riMIR personal property belonging to the estate J. of Stephen Williams, deceased, consisting of one Frame Shop, Harness Tools of Harness maker, one Box Stove. Clock, Collar Block, stock on hand. kc, &c., will he sold puhliely at said shop, in Per rysburg. Wood county, Ohio, on the 2(ith of Janu ary, 1S5(, commencing at 10 a. m. of said duv. SYLVANUS JEFFESON, Adm'r. Dec. 29, 1 855.-35 w3 Valuable Farm for Sale. WE offer for sale, on very reasonable terms, ri ver tract -58, containing 181 J acres; river tract 59, containing ...

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. — 19 January 1856

287 rSBl!RG JOURNAL is published every Saturday, bv S. Cr.AH!;, at $1 per year, cash in advance, or !j!l.'2' in trade ; $ l.a.jcash in t months, or $ l..rK at the end of the your. Those in arrears will be charged at the rate of for the present series until they pay up, when they van get the pa per at the reduced price. Papers may be stopped at any time by paying up. iVwKINti NOTICE. The Pkkhyshuiu; J JJAXK is now op.m and prepared to discount short buiiuess paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and j Eastern Exchange, and transact other business in i their 1'mJ. Interest paid on time deposits. I J. S. NORTON, Cashier, j Oct. 1 . IS.-i . J'itf ; WSlIlNTON UNION IXtfUll VNCJ1' Coino.uiv : Capital s:mi.oii. I 1). 15. Dusm ;m". Pres't. tino. Mtuatt. Trens. ! Clevelau.l Mutual Insurance Company; Caoita! S:.",fi,0!ltl. Kisks taken on reasonable termsi in the above responsible companies, by j II. U. Donor.. A'-'nt i'.ir Wood c"i:ity. & V. UOOi, Dealers in Dry t ioods, i ro- , eeries, 1 lar...

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. — 19 January 1856

288 8100 Reward! Ho for the New Comers! We 'understand that Messrs. Fhkxtz & Disown. are fitting up a new Gallery ftr the purpose of ta king DAGUERREO TYPES, tilling Lockets, & c on the new and improved German, Amcriean and French process, prices are to he low ; pictures cheap OAL V 31 cents ! Will open 10th Dec. THEY MUST SUCCEED ! Their rooms arc in Hood's building, on Louisiana Avenue, between 1st and I'd streets, I'kkk ysiu'hg, Ohio. NEW STORE! BIAS'S & JUNISOX have just returned from New York and Boston, and are now opening an extensive and complete as.-ortmnit of Dry Gooits, Wrocfi'it, I'Scttisssjjr, Hoots and Slices, -Hardware, Crockry cuul Glusststirc, selected with es)ecial reference to the wants ol l'errysburg and Wood county, and offer the same at lower prices than any oth-r establishment in the Maumee Valley. They have bought f hew jrood.s for cash, and intend doing a strict ly'iJJ A I) l-i'.l 1 business, tlieivby enabling tin-in to sell at laics so low as to...

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. — 26 January 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. vol. nr. PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2G, 185G. NO. 37. Gov. Chase's Inaugural Address. Fellow Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives : It has pleased the people of Ohio to call me lo their service in the capacity of gov ernor of the state. Before entering upon the discharge, of t lie duties to which I am thus summoned, I nm required by the fundamen tal law to take an oath or affirmation to support th? constitution of the United States and of this state, and lo take also an oath of office. In compliance with a venerable usage, not established, indeed, by the consti tution, but recommended by the examples of all my predecessors, I now appear before you for the purpose of taking upon myself the solemn obligations which the constitution imposts; of declaring, briefly, the general principles by which, in my judgment, the conduct of public affairs should be regula ted, anil of indicating some of their more obvious applications. The constitution...

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. — 26 January 1856

290 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. tion in the legislature a greater share of po litical power than is given to the delegations of other parts of equal population. It can not well be denied that a uniform system of single districts will bust secure a proper choice of representatives, and their due re sponsibility to the people, and a fair distri bution of political power. Where one representative is chosen to rep resent one district, there will necessarily be the most careful scrutiny of qualification; the least liability to misinformation and mistake; the closest sympathy in opinion and purpose; the most vigilant observation of representative action ; and th-3 liveliest sense of representative responsibility. Where more representatives than one are chosen from the same district, all these securities are sensibly impaired. Opportunity is af forded for unwarrantable combination among aspirants and their partizans; the people are disabled from informing themselves thor oughly as to the chara...

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. — 26 January 1856

THE PBRRYSBURG JOURNAL. 291 as a 6acreil trust. Under its bunion influ ence our country has steadily advanced from strength to strength, and from greatness to greatness, extending her bordcrs.enlarging her resources, and uugmnli'ig her power, until the name of American citizen has become a nobler distinction than was the name of the Roman citizen in the proudest days of the mightiest republic of antiquity. To main tain the integrity of litis Union; to defend the constitution which is its bond; and to guard against all invasion from whatever quarter tin s- Ami ikaii insiiiutiun-s which the Union and 1 1 roiiti;uii!i secure to us, have evt r I) ' u, mi l 1 trust will ever be, ac knowledge.! as sacred ubiia t ions by the peo ple, of Oliiii, Cherishing these sentiments and ever pre pared to give lull proof of unwavering fidel ity to them, it is not only our right but our duty to insist that the interests of Ohio shall he duly regarded in the administration of the general government. Few...

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. — 26 January 1856

292 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. the demand was heard with incredulous amazement, and then with unavailing indig nation. It availed nothing to appeal to plighted faith ; nothing to appeal to ancient policy or constitutional guaranties. The great dominant power of slavery demanded the sacrifice of freedom, and the oblation must ba made. The Missouri prohibition was repealed ; the compromise of 1820, per formed to tin letter, ami far beyond the let ter, by the free states, was broken up and destroyed by the slave states to avoid the fulfilment of its only stipulation in favor of freedom. The pretences under which this wrong was perpetrated, give additional keenness to the sense of injury. It was boldly asserted that the prohibition was unconstitutional. The power to prohibit territorial slavery had been exercised by the first congress under the con stitution, in the! act providing for continuing in full effect tha ordinance of 1787. The constitution, in express terms, had conferred on cong...

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. — 26 January 1856

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL . J293 Ohio Editorial Convkntion. This an nual convocation was held ut Columbus I he 17th hist., lilt birth day of the printer and ihi losoplier, Franklin. The annual address was delivered by W. T. li.tsoom. E-q., of the Stale Journal, a poem read by 0. J. Victor, K?q., of the. Sandusky Register, and an eulo gv pronounced upon the lite O'.vvav Currv, by Col. S. I). I --mis, of ih? Ohio Cultivator. It was d cided to h(dd the convention next year at MansfEdd, and Miss M'ltu V. Fuller was voted to produce the. po.on, and 11. L. llosin r Esq., of this city, was chosen to de liver the. address. (Toledo Tim 'S. The Washington correspondent of the New York Kxpr-'ss. sivs that Ivuituckv, Alabama, rl i 1 , v , , , Iloiula and ior;li C.n.lina have appointedi I . . .i . ii iei''"a i ions to ui; uincinnaii national dem ocratic cm ven '.ion in favor of the re-noini-l nation of Pierce, A Fillmore ln 'eting was held on Silurdayj niyhl, when a iiuiiih-r of tin friends of th"j...

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. — 26 January 1856

THE PERRYSBUItG JOURNAL; Fcrrysbiirg Prices Current. Wheat, $1.U5(?U.70; Flour. $8.50'I.OO ; Rye, Gcff5; Corn, y,r(f(40; Onta, 2C(fl531 ; Potatoes, ill 50; Hutter,lfofl20; Eggs, 1218; Apples, dried, 1.3.Vftl.50; readies, dried, $J.OO(.?1.25 Beans, Kl..W2.K); Feathers, 31(rr44 ; Fresh Pork, flirt; ; f$-f. 4(;..r; Tn How, 10(12 ; Lard,10(i-(12 ; Wool, 'JVoJ.JO; Hay, $ S.OO&IO.OO ; Wood, $ l.SOt&'-'.OO ; Salt, $2.DOv(J2.5!); Onions, 375). Atlruinistrntor's Sale. r 1 1 II K personal property belonging to the estate X of Stephen Williams, deceased, consisting of one Frame Shop, Harness Tools of Harness maker, one Box Stove, Clods, Collar Block, stock on hand. &c, &c, will ho sold publicly at said shop, in Per rysburg, Wood county, Ohio, on the 2Ci ti of Janu ary, l.jtj, commcuoin!r at 10 A. m. of said dnv. S V L V A N U S J EF l-'KSO N , Adin'r. Dec. 29, ISflfl.--3owi Val viable Farm for $ule WE offer for sahon very reasonable terms, ri ver tract 5S, containing 1S1 acres;...

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. — 26 January 1856

295 pKRRYSBlIRG JOURNAL is published every JL Saturday. ly S. Ci.auk, nt $1 per year, cash in advance, or if 1.25 in trade ; $l.-'jcmh in (i months, or $ 1.50 at the end of the yeur. Those in arrears will be charged lit the rate of $l.f)0 for the present series until they pay up, when they can get the pa porut the reduced price. Papers may he stopped at any tinvs by paying up. B' AVKI NOTICE. Tlio PruTrsiiuuu HANK is now open and prepared to discount short business paper, buy and sell Gold, Silver, and JKastorn Exchange, and transact other business in their line. Interest paid on time deposits. J. S. NORTON, Cashier. Oct. 14. 18.r,t. 2i)t.f WA8IIIXUTO.V UNION INSURANCE Company; Capital $;1'J0,U!H. D. 11. Dunham, Pres't. Gnu. MYiiATr. Treas. Cleveland 3Iutu il Insurance Company Capital $2i)0,0iH. Risks taken on reasonable terms Li the above responsible companies, by II. II. I)owiK. Agent for Wood county. O JEFFERSON. Attorney at Law, Solicitor in lO. Chancery, Land Agent, &c, &am...

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. — 26 January 1856

29G THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 100 ICcuurd! Ho lor the New Comers! We understand that Messrs. Fkenti & Bitowx are fitting up a new Gallery for the purpose of ta king DAGUERREOTYPES, filling Lockets, &c on the new and improved German, American anil French process, Prices tire to bo low ; pictures cheap OAT. Y 31 cents ! Will open 10th Dec. THEY MUST SUCCEED! Their rooms are in Hood's building, on Louisiana Avenue, between 1st and 2d streets, PKituvsnrito. Ohio. NEW STORE! BLTNN & JEXIKON have just returned from New York and Bosto:i, and are now opening an extensive and complete assortment of Iry Goods, Groceries, VUHliing, Boot and Shoe, Hardware, Cruckry and Glaanswure, selected with especial reference to tho wants of Perrysburg and Wood county, ami offer the same at lower prices than any other establishment in the Maumoe Valley. They have bought these goods for cash, and intend doing a strictly RE A I) Y-PA Y business, thereby enabling them to soil at nites so low as to as...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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