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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 July 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. APPLES GROWING. BY WILL M. CARLETON. TMerneMh tn apple tree, " Bl dtmo ot comply neemlng, W Ith her work npon bur knr. And her (rrwH btpi Icily rlreunlnff. Or the hKrreot scree bilght, Ctm her himhenil'i din of renplngl New to her an lnlnt wliiht Through the Ungled grus WM creeping. On the branch) long and high, And the n (creen upplee growing, Rwted he her wnndnrliiR eye, With a rotropoilve knowing. ' Thin," ehe Mid, "the shelter la Where, when iT and raven-headed, I consented to he his. And our willing hearts were wedded. " lanfrhlnf words and peala of mirth lying are changed to grave endeavor) orrow'i wliida nave twept to earth Many a hlofsomed hope forever. Thnndcr-clomls have hovered o'er Htorma my path have chilled and shaded Of the bloom my gay youth bore. Soma has fruitedmore has faded." Quickly, and amid her signs. Through the graaa her baby wreatled, Smiled on her Ha father's eyes, And nnto her boaom neatied, And with andden, Joyona glee, Half the wi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 July 1872

AAIBS TlMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, . . . - JULY ?0. 1672. - National Republican Ticket. , FOR .'RESIDENT, ULYSSES 0. GRANT, Of Appomattox Courthouse. FOR VlCKl'REStDEST, IfKNirV WIfiSON, of 9aaciiuicti?. " Tli pc,. of" the t'nlteci glates know f Ji.NEwkt. (ssunt hsvo known sll about lrTii sir.re IVinsMsnn and Vieksburgj tliry do not know his slanderer, and do not ear to Know then." Jfnrttre Qrrdry. Republican State Ticket. S-nvltir rf..US!( T. WIKOPP. erfiys ef ,W" fWt-JUHS WBI.CH. .ltW Hoard r. llerfri- R. K. POUTER. MAjfOftiAL ii.retoM : JOUN C. tit, A'LPROKSO HART. Republican County Ticket. Fur Tresmrer, GKOROE KIM BERLIN. For Auditor, .JOSEPH B. NEWTON'. Frr Probata Judge. GEO ROE C. PHELPS. For Sheriff. CHARLES C. BAIRD. Fur Coranilsalitner to Fill Vacancy, I JAMES II. TIERCE. Fjr Commissioner, Regular Term, E. A. WILSOX. 1'i.r Infirmary Director, J0Ily MUIRl Sr- Democratic and Liberal Republican Convention. 'lbs Democrats Snd Liberal Republicans of Wood county, Ohb, srareqnestcd t...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 July 1872

Pabllih Utj tridsy Jfsrnlst; by james tin nous. TFiil copy, one year, In dfnc One oopf , six imn Hi Ose Snpy, thre months i Itatci of Advertising:. On Anu.re ml Insertion- t 1 Rh Insertion JsJ Column tor months column ( months VJeoliimn tr 11 munths c ilnmn fr S months o'llumn f momfii 4 column f"r 1 months U en'nme fr S months ........... W Column for months V column, for 1 3 monthi 4 a tlnmn for 12 months V I'tiifiistrator'e or Executor's Notice- Bminssa esrds, not esooedlng f lines, 1 veer... Doticee in local column, per line-" IMIINTIWO, t)f every description, execnted In a style 7 12 00 20 00 10 00 13 00 J0 00 12 00 22 00 40 U0 7J flfl 1 to 00 10 defy Ing competition, end .srheapas can be done elsewhere. W give onr personal attention to ll Job Work, and allow none but flret class Work to leave lb office, ft II and examine spec imens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. aotxesocTB . eomo xoti . a.m. p.v . r.m. a. Toledo -ll-lOrn 9 .2ij0nstar . --3 20 Perrvsb 'Bl?.I 44 Milton 3 V4 4...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 July 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. ' Flash Language. Telegram. Scotland's Biuoiitf.st Ltofit. Burns. Titr Washington Life avoids the faulti of both mutual and stock companies. "Onb of those things no fellow can find out." A Rood husband after 11 p. m. Tn vegetable that. Is always ahead In Agricultural affairs. The cabbage. Jay Cookh Is said to have set up, financially, no less than thirteen clergy men. The despondent-looking man who sud denly started on seeing new apples for sale, and cried, " Now my children shall have bread," was a doctor. A ORNTLKMAjf dining at ft cheap res taurant, the other day, was hoard to give the courageous order, " Waltor, let the cheese move this way." While some yonnstcrs were watching the process of hatching chickens by steam, one said to another, " Wonder if their mother knows they's out f" " Mount Vkbtjtii-s never sleeps," said Joseph. " Yes," replied Jacob, " but it Is always Just on the point of sleeping." " How so ?" " Because It's always yawn ing." Tomkiss, who is te...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 August 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. THE WOMAN. BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. TfoT aa nil other women are la ahe that to my aoiil l dear! Unr glnrlnna fancies coin from far, Unnrath thn allver Tinln marl And jrot hot hrt Is eror near. Great fcnHnra hath sha of 1st own. Which Imwf souls mar never know God (flvoth them to hnr alonoi And awo-t ther are as any ton Wherewith trie wind may choose to blow. Yet. In hxnwlf ahe dwellrth not, Althmnrh no home were half so fair; No aJninleiit duty la forgot; JJfo hath no dim and lowly spot That doth not In her snnelne sharo. Hhe doeth little klnrtneasoa. Which mnut leave undone or despise; For nought that nta one heart at ease, And gtveth happlncae or peace, la low esteemed In her eyee. She hath no acom of common things ; And, though ahe ecctn of other birth, Hound n her heart entwlnea and dingo, And patiently ahe folda her wlnga To tread the humble patha of earth. Cleaning ahe la ; God made her ao t And deeda of week-day hollneaa Vail from her, nolaeleaa aa the ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 August 1872

" JAlttSS TlfilMOX'B, Editor. " Fin HAY, - - Al'Ol'ST 2, 1S72. National Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT. Of Appomattox Courthouse. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, HENRY WILSON, Of Massachusetts. " Grant anil hie policy descrte tlie very lug Kent rreilit." Horace GrecJoy. Republican Congressional Ticket. For Congress, ISAAC R. SHERWOOD, Of Williams County. Republican State Ticket. S-erttarg of SMt -ALLEN T. WIROFF. J-iy of Supreme CWI-JOI1N WF.I.CH. Mtmbtr Bonrd 'id. lloe-R. R. PORTER. SENATORIAL Kl.rCTOItg! JOHN C. LEE. ALPHONSO tURT. Republican Ticket. For Treasurer, GEORGE KIMERLIN. For Auditor, JOSEPH B. NEWTON. For Probate Judge, GEORGE C. PHELPS. For Sheriff, CHARLES C. BAIRD. For Commissioners, JAMES H. PIERCE, E. A. WILSON. For Infirmary Director, JOHN MUIR, SR. Democratic and Liberal Republican Convention. 1 lie DemntrnU and Liberal Republican of Wood county, Ohia, srertqucsted to meet in nines Convention t Bowling Green, on Saturday, Au. gust 17th, 1872, for the purp...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 August 1872

Published Every Friday Morning by JAMES TIM MORS. Ons Copy,nn Tear, in sdnnee l 60 On oopj, six inonttis ' 00 Oo eopy, three month 60 Uatei of Advertising. One Square one Insertion $ 1 00 60 nncu nuuaei lien. in'i " H column for 3 months i eolnmn for 8 months 'i column for 12 months eilnmn for 3 months-... U enlumn for 6 months a ; column lor 12 months if onluma for 3 month J column for months . Jj column for 1 2 months 1 cilnmn for 12 month) Administrator's or Executor's Notices- Business oards, not exceeding A lines. 1 7 no 12 no so no 10 no i no 30 no 12 no 22 on 40 1)0 75 00 2 00 jresr t 08 Nokloes io local column, per line 10 JOB rillNTIKO, Of erery description, executed in a style defy I n e enmpetition, and us cheep as din be doiie Ues-here, We jrire our personal attention to II Job Work, and allow none hot firet class work to leave the office. Call and examine tpec-tmens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. uotxosocTn. going nohtii A.M. P.M . P.M. A.M. Toledo-. .12.10m 0 .20 C ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 August 1872

Speech by Ex-Governor Oglesby. A Inrgo, enthusiastic nnd highly buc rresful meeting was hold In Chicago ft few evenings ago, for the purpose of forming B Ornnt nnd Wilson Club. Five thousand people were in attendance upon the meeting. Among the speakers was Ocnoral Oglesby, Ex and ngain-to-be Governor of Illinois. After alluding to tho great calamity which had befallen Chicago, and to the wonderful progress which its citizens are making In rebuild ing the city, and after referring briefly to tho general prosperity of tho Stato and country at large, General Oglesby said : " Somebody hns the control of this Govern ment, though. Who Is It? Who Is respon sible for it to dnv ? Tho Republican party. What Repnbllean party f The Nntlonid Union Republican party the genuine Repub lican party applause the honest, bold, no hlo, patriotic and unconquerable Republican party. Ureal cheering and applause. The party that held the helm when the Ideas of statesmen, na better than the Ideas of com mon ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 August 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. LOOKING BACK. 1 man on the rectory eaten sirnln, Aa oft I've leant In the flays of old, W hi-n the rrctnr'a daughter, Miriam Mayno, Was are ft trennre to me untold ; And strulpht I mnfe on that olden time, In the fading light of the autumn day. As tho dreamy tone of the cnrf. ' cMioe- Float over the ahadowy wooda away. The ennhat ralla, a of td( from flolda , . That Bll with mlit the daylight faflRB,t . And the dim. niyi'rl" twilight steals O'er hill and dale with b?t dreamy ahadna; And the pali't roud moon, with her wan Hp 1 curled, j I ' ' Who alt no aid of aall or of oar, Bwtms up tho ennt from the under-world, " As ah'i v am 111 tho autumn sves of yore. Jlut there comas not now, aa then thore came, Up ih Raveled pattiwiiy unto mo, A niiild It waa, oh, so sweet to namul ' A form It waa, oh. euch hlim to seol And, standing here by the galea, I miss The Kllvory rhu of her every tone, The mnllc and the look, the iireellnifklpa, And the soft white hand within m...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 August 1872

JAM B8 TIMMOIIB, Editor. FRIDAY, . - AUGUST 9, 1872. National Republican Ticket. ' ' r'oii President, ULYS5E8 8, GRANT, Ui Ajipoinaiiox (OuriiionEc. ron VICE -PRESIDENT, HENRY WILSON, r Of llessttchuaslt, " Ornt oiid Hi policy deserve the very higliMorlM(" Uorac Greeky. Republican Congressional Ticket. For Congress, ISAAC. R. SHERWOOD, ..; Of William Counly. Republican State Ticket. .Vieretnry af ,Me - AilflEX T. WIKOFF. Jmifit of Suprto- Owri-JWHS wEi.cn. Mmbtr Bowd rub. lUrJri-U. IV. POUTER, NA-T0III1L ILFCTOM ! ions a. lit, . alphonso hart. Republican County Ticket. Fur Treasurer, GEORGE KIMBERLIN. TOT AllUU"rv JOSEril B. NEWTON. For Probata Judge, GEORGE C. rilELPS. For Sheriff, CHARLES C. BAIRD. Fur Commissioners, ' JAMES II. PIERCE, E. A. WILSON. For Infirmary Director, JOHN MUIR. Sr. Democratic and Liberal Republican Convention. Tbe Democrats Libsral Republicans of Wood county, Olh, arc rtqueated to moel in dims Convention at Rowling Green, on Saturday, Au gust 17ili, 1872, f...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 August 1872

Perrysburg Journal abllsasl XfTf Friday Hornlne; by JAMES TlJtlMONS. Perrysburg Journal TERMS: Oa opy,aaevear,fn aavaaee Oae enpy.eia mnathe Oaa eepy,thre month 0 Rates of Advertising. One lunar on Inaerlln I 1 00 Each subsequent Insertion J4 column ror month Column for months Ifenlumn for 11 months column for S month-" U column for 0 month f column for IS month W column fort month (2 column for A mouth U column for 1 1 month 1 column for 12 month- ' Administrator's or Executor' Notice 10 7 00 IS 00 20 00 10 00 18 00 SO 00 12 00 22 00 40 U0 TO 00 3 00 Buunci osrds, not exceeding 0 line, 1 year .... 6 0(1 Katie i local entaao,per line--" 10 JOB PRINTING. Or every description, executed In style defy ing competition, nd as cheap a eo be don elsewhere. We give our personal attention to all Job, Work, and allow Bone but first ela work wtiiri thi office. (Jail and examine spec-Imen. JOB PRINTING. TIME TABLE-D. & M. Railroad. ' DOIXOIOUTB. 001X0 xoaTB. A.M. r.X . P.M. A. !! Toted-- 12....

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 August 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. CleHoYmf.n, liko brnkcmcn, do ft good deal of coupling. Can a bullet bo snld to resemble a Bhcep when It grazes? - A Singular Fact To-day will bo yes terday to-morrow. It Is not round but pointed sentences that stick la the memory. A Detroit ferry company gives a free pass to all citizens over ninety. London has less policemen In propor tion to population than any other city. Nii.hox, on the occaMon of her mar rln.ee, was tho recipient of $00,000 worth of presents. THisnn Is a young phcmnlo atNowpawt who wens nino diamond rings on one finga. Fivb thousand peoplo every Sunday make excursions from New York to Hockaway beach. Statistics show that five per cent, per annum is tlio death rate In New York ten ement houses. Foresight Is tho right eye of Provi dence, and I'roviilenco dictates life Insu rance. Insure in tho Washington. Somebody has figured up tho progeny of a common house-fly for a single season nt 2,080, 320. Just ono hundred years ago, Newport had a litrecr f...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 August 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. THE SONG OF A SUMMER. BY LOUISE CHANDLER MOULTON. T n.iTKFn n ple from oft tree, Oolilcn mid rosv unit Inlr to nee Ttie sunshine hurt foil It with wrmth nd ltghl Th'i frw hud freshened It night by night, .And hltrli on the inrmnt hmiyh It grow. Where Ihn wlmla of heaven ahoiit li hlfW, And hue the mornings wer soft nnd yonnt The wild birds circled, and soured mill tung There In the storm, und culm end hln, It ripened end hrlglitrneil thin unpin of mine, Till the day I plucked H from oil the treo, Golden, end roey, and fair to tee. How cortld 1 no, 'nenth thst daintiest rind, That the core of sweeimiM I hoped to lind Tho Inncrmonf, hidden lumrt, of the bliss Whlcli dt?w nd winds and the sunshine's klM Tld fended mid fostered hy day and nlght Wu blink wliu. mildew and hli'ler with blight: Oolden and rosy, and fir of skin. Nothing bin aehes mid ruin within f Ah I never ai(Bin Willi toll and pain Will t strive (ho topmost hirngli to I'nln Thimgh lie e, ind-swung n...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 August 1872

" JAMES TIMMONS,. Editor. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1 1872. National Republican Ticket. fcr rn:flrDEirr, ULYSSES 8. GRANT, -Of Appomntto Court horj.o. roil VICE-I'RH30ENT,. iieniiy WILSON, Or Massachusetts, "firnnf nl hi policy donorit1ie Try highest creilit." Hornet (Irrrlni. Republican Congressional Ticket. For On pres., ISAAC K. SHERWOOD, Or Williama Count j. Republican State Ticket. mi)rrV ,Wii.AUE!r T. W1KOFF. Jmtrjn nf. prtrm fWl JOHN WELCH. Mtmhrr Hoard rl. Ilorl.-U. R. PORTER. SKMATOSIAL II.FCTnna ! JOnX C. LF.E, ALPIIONSO FIART. Republican County Ticket. For Tressiirer, CEOROK KIMBERLIN. For Auditor, JOSEPH B. NEWTON. For Trobule Judge. flEORGE C. PHELrS. For Sheriff. CHARLES C. BAIRD. For Cnmmlalnnerg, JAMES II. PIERCE, E. A. WILSON. Fjr Infirm.ry Director, JOHN MUIR. Sr. " T venture to anggest tint General Grant will hr far better Qualified for that momentous tnut in 1872 thto h. w.s in 1358." Uoraoe Grtehf. Democratic and Liberal Republican Convention. The Democrats im) Liber! Eepu...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 August 1872

Piibliikta Irtry Friday Xornlnf ky (4 II EH TliTINONS. '"Hum O npy ,on year.lo advaoe Oas opy,tli month 100 Oa opy, three months Kates of Advertising. Oa rnrtnns Inaartinn 1 0J Eaeh nubMqnnl InVrtio 6" H eolnmnfor ainnth T 00 W Solnmn fr month 1J 00 KeolnnmfnrlJ nooth JO 00 X co I iim fort month 10 00 i eiHni for nionih ' 18 00 14 enlnnm fr 11 month 30 00 U eiilum for I month. 12 00 U eol urn ford mouth 22 00 U column forll month.... 40 HO 1 column for 12 month 75 00 Administrator' or Kxetmnr'i Notice-.. 2 00 Buain cards, aot cxwedinft 6 line, 1 jresr 6 00 Noticot lo local column, par line 10 JOB FIUNTINO, Of efy description, eiecuted In stria defy ing competition, and it cheap g can be done elsewhere. W give mir personal attention to all Job Work, and allow nono but flrt class work to tear the office, tall ndexamineapec linen. TIME TABLE-D. & M. Railroad. SjOINOSODTB . aOIMOMOKTB. A.M. T.M . P.M. A. If Teledo-. -12.10pm .30 Cu.tar -2 50 4 45 Parry. b'g 12.31 0.44 Milton 2 63 4 ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 August 1872

Senator Conkling's Defense of Grant. Wk mnko tlio following extrnctg from a reeent speech by Nonator lto.iooo Conk ling at Cooper Initltuto, Now York, to a laro and enthusiastic UcpuMican meet ing If thnre hM hecn a hlirh offlolnl ever rencly to admit and correct an .irror, If thnro 1 one who did wisoly, (Irmly, wrll, the thlnirn gen nlm In rhftrRfi, thnt ono In the soldier In war and qnlot rifttriot n pi-nre, who hn hnpn natnotl tjuin by eTory Inwiiahlp In forty -nix States mitl Territories for the Krcnt trust he now holds. Ynt this man, honest, brave, tnndest, and who, as proved hy his transcen dent deeds to have been endowed with Ben Ins, common sense and moral inalltlos equal to our greatest nllalrs; this man, who saved his country, who snatched onr nationality and our cause from despair, and bore them on his shield through the. (lame of battle, in which but for him they would have perished ; this man, under whose administration our country has flourished as no one dared pre dic...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 August 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. Miscellaneous Reading. I GOES ULYSSES STRAIGHT. BY FARMER REYNOLDS. laln'tprthtnps of larnln', And I si-lrlom arjry wall, But I toner form opinions, Which I ain't afraid to tell I Bo I ay It n,rr nd open, Withont fear of small or great, I stand by the loyal party. ' And I goes Ulysses tralffh They talk ahont "reformln', ' And say onr party's split, That Urnly' awful honost, And Ornnt halnt any K"t I heara their dhaller blowln', And I aeea their crooked Kali, Bnt I turns my hm k on Hnritce, And 1 goes Uljiwes straight. I can't see how a feller Can mix with Jiff and slch; Why, I hnn theau cuwod critters As If they had the Itch I And I'll never vole their ticket, Nor knuckle to their hatu, Bnt I'll think of murdered Lincoln, While I goes Ulysses straight I kinder set confnnnded When I hears the monfrrcl shout. When I larn how lllalr and Suruuer Want to turn our leader out : But I never flunked or wavered, And I'm loyal up to date. For I stands by the loyal party,...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 August 1872

Perrysburg Journal. JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. glUPAY, . . AUGUST 23, 1872. National Republican Ticket. ' - FOR .'RESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, :Ot. Appomattox Court uouno, Hon TICE-rRESIDF.NT It EN It Y WILSON, Of Massachusetts. " Gr.-inl ami hi policy deserve the very liiK,liost crcilil." Hornet Gretly.' Republican Congressional Ticket. Fur Congress, ISAAC It. SHBRW'OOD,' ,Of Wjlliams County. Republican State Ticket. frertlarg of Stole -ALLEN T. WIKOFF. Jmiyt o'r Siffrpn Court JOHN WELCH. MmUr Bomd I'ub. llorA'c K. R. KORTF.R. .. , ait atom a l Ki.rcTom j JOHN C LF.K, ALPIIONHO rtAUT. a Republican County Ticket. Fur Treasurer, GEORGE KIMtjEIlIJX. For Auditor, JOSE!' 11 B. NEW TON. ..' . V" Pronatc Judge. ; ,rGjSQRGEC.r HELPS.- . ., n For Sheriff, CHARLES C. BAIRD. r. Fir Commissioners, , JAMES II. PIERCE, k A: "WILSON. Fot- Inflrmsry Director, . 'JOHN MUItt, Sr. Laws Relating to Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do out (tire express no tire to .Die enntray are considered wishing to continu...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 August 1872

Perrysburg Journal abllshed Xverv Trias? XerAiif if JAMES TlfflPIONS. rfoe copy, one year. In advance l On copy, six months 1 00 One copy, three months 60 Rates of Advertising On Square one Insertion J Bach subsequent Inssviioe.-" 6" K collimator S months J X eolnmn for 8 months 1" column for II month JO M H column fori mowlhs 10 00 H eolumd fori month! IB H Column for U months SO 00 U ooluma for I months 12 00 column for months SJ 00 column fori monthi 40 tifl i enlumn for II mnnthc 75 00 Admlnlatrator'sorEBecuior's Notices-" J 00 Business cards, eot exceeding 0 lines, 1 rear 6 00 Notices Id local column, per line-... 10 JOB PRINTING. Of evsry description, executed In a style defy ing competition, and at cheap aa can be done elsewhere. We give our pergonal attention to II Job Werk, and allow none but Aral claai work to leave tba office. Call audexaminespec-imcna. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOINOIOCTD. OOIN0 rtOKTB. A.M. t.M . r.u. k.U Tolsdo-.-lJ.inm 9 .10 Custar . 80 4.45 Mi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 August 1872

Speech by Senator Wilson. ITon. Henry Wilson acMrwwd Wro and enthuMRRtic meeting At Fort Wayno, Ind., a fcvy days atfo. Tlio following It a. synopsis of his speech t lie sold that timro nevnr wm an Adminis tration which could not b mrule to appear the worst and moot, corrupt that ever exist-' cd. That is what has been clone toward that of General Orant. The Senator betran. by contrasting In a (reneral way the utate of the country when General Orant wan elected, and now. The- Grunt Administration has been true to -Mio country and suocesrful. The speaker said the true way to secure In the fullest "sense" the Hlierty of the colored race was to Incorporate the" Men" of the Fifteenth Amendment Jwithlnrtbe JrmaMtn tlon, and when. Xitnl mnnsuro was bronfrht before ConRress he was Its most earnest and persistent advoesta, and I. owe It to truth and justice to day to sav that to Oenernl Orant, more than any maa on the continent,. mo passage 01 mat amendment Is due, which secures to them fore...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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