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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 August 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. A RHYME OF MONDAY MORNING. Thiit - .uT """" -nrv .nelnfir wt '''rrrTrayV' smirch my got, y0PT,-(Jmnkc unps np flirnaeh all the air, oo-..iia dliiiK Its summer gloryl INke that hii'h iftth tiiA tirmsnt Deaf . a oo Of Souls 111 ptirgatdrjr. Tlnh jor gathering stain as on wo go-. Tviie of our shame And sorrow While mho wn wore but yesterday, Are in tlio suds to morrow. Ah, tlfn wlthnnt and llfo within, In nnlson coinontlngl Blx (lays contracting "oil and sin, One, washing and repenting I O world, once swept with awful flood From airea of poll ml on I O nations, clennsi-d with fire and blood, In day of absolution I May Ond absolve us all at last! Of all be loving heedful I And place us whore, i arth's purging past No washing-day Is needful I t o slum the tax wo fooli; In tinniiatwM fur nur s nniiur. bill dHv Is fiirftlt rrom ihp woe To miike clean beginning. THE CONCERT. FtTH a concert, dear, as I've had to-nlchtl Full of sweet sound and deep delight; And yet 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. — 30 August 1872

gmnstaj lonrunL JAlES TIMM0N3, Editor. FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1872. National Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, . Of Appomattox Oourtliouso. POIt VICK-PllESIDENT, HEN IVY WILSON, - Of Massachusetts. "Grant ami hi policy doscrvo tlio very highest credit." Horatt Orethy. Republican Congressional Ticket. For Congress, ISAAC R. SHERWOOD, or Wllllsms Cntinly. Republican Congressional Ticket. Republican State Ticket. srer.r f Sv.u-AU.tH T. WTKOFP. .wfcs uf .inrew Court .lOll X WELCH. J.mtnr JW n. H K. R. POUTER. ' (!CATORliI Il KCTOng I JOHN C. LEK, ' ALPHONSO HART. Republican County Ticket. For Treasurer, GKORQE KIMBKRLIN. For Auditor, JOSEPH B. NEWTON. Fur Probat Judge, ' GEORGE C. Til ELI'S. For Sheriff; CHARLES' C. BAIIID. For Cnmoiissioners, JAMES II. PIERCE, K. A. WILSON. For Infirmary Director, JOHN MUIR. Sr. Slotted Toil, the Indian warrior, is op iHod to II. G. As" the philosopher has no hnir on the top of his head, he says he don't rare a d dime who Spotted Tail if ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 August 1872

Miscellaneous Reading THE THREE GROWS. TnFita were three crows tip In s tree. Charles 8., Crl Scbnrx and Horace U. These WW.''" ' fe. W TritMN, ynnTer,ln advane I1' opy,slx month . oe oopy, thrssmonlhs 80 Itntes of AlvrtllnR. One Square one Insertion ' " "S Eaoh subsequent InscrtloO'" X column for 3 monihi "J li eolnmn for months U 00 Kixilnmn for 11 months 0 00 li column for 8 monthi 10 00 column for 0 mnnlht 19 00 S enliunn for 12 month! 30 00 U column for $ months 12 00 W column ford mouths 32 00 U column for I J monthi 40 lift 1 column for II months T5 00 Administrstnr's or Executor's Notices-" 2 00 Business oards, out exceeding 6 lines, 1 year 0 00 Notices in looal column, per tins 10 JOB PKINTIKO, Ofevery description, exeonted Ins style defy ing competition, and ie chesp as can be dnite elsewhere. We flee onr personal attention to all Job Work, and allow none but first class work to leave the offioe. Call and exsminespec-imens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. eOIHOSOUTB . OOI...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 August 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. A Tin At Kbpout The erark of doom. Powke or Evil A power of attorney. "JCot.k Oti.r sixty cent gal" la a Ma con, Otiorgia, aign. Til it mosquito, a a pubtie singer, drawa well, but neTer glvs satisfaction. Wbrn may your money be aaid to be glad to ace you f When it Is mute elated cunency. Two men recently died in Baltimore, with great grandchildren older than their youngest children. Tub first locomotive ff r constructed in Nova Scotia has recently been sent to the Inter-Colonial Hallway. A widow holding a policy on lier de ceased husdftnd in the Washington gets the niop.ey herself. It cannot bo taken for b'.g debts. Can you change a 3 1I11? said an im pecunious drinker to the bartender. ''Yes." "Well, when I get a 2 bill I'll bring It in." Darncm'r gorilla was heafd to remark, rocently, that "he'd be blamed if he'd wear a' hair overcoat much longer this hot weather for f 10 a week." A Nkw Yohk judge has decided that signs and banners across the street are il legal ob...

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 September 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. THE THREE CROWS. Thkm were Win erows up In i tree, Cuarlea S., Crl Bchnri and Horace G. TIim erowa that nat np In thin tree Were black as any crowi conld be. flays Charlwi nnto each other mute, "What ahall we do tor grab to eatr' "Try Grant," ay Carl, "I know he eonld l'rovlde na with tome wholesome food." 'Hens w-tnned," ay Horace (?., "And that'i why wo are In thin tree." Then all exclaimed. In solemn tone, "We'll pick hie eyei out, one by one." Thon Carl A. imlled on Horace G. And Horace wagued bin B. Orata B. Hurt one ot thefeold cnnnlntt erows, "What I know about Grant I'll now dlsclor-e. "And shonld true. anyone donbt that my words are He 'a a villain, traitor and scoundrel, too." ?.?RCJ"",P? to Cnrl- "We'11 J"1" the dance With the old 'Hint-locks' be eold to France. "And If that'i not enongh to win the day, We'll carry the war Into Africa." Bo to accomplish all there ends, Charlea writea nnto his r-able friends. lie gave them all hla views finite freely...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 September 1872

gwjisbnrj gjflntttal. FRIDAY, - SEPTEMBER C, 1872. National Republican Ticket. ron pRicaiof.RT, ULYSSES 8. GRANT, ' Of Appomattox. Courthouse. FOR VlCB-rRESIDEST, ItENRY WILSON, O; Massachusetts. " Grunt and lif policy deserve tho very highest crerlU." Hornet Greelry. Republican Congressional Ticket. For Congress, . ISAWC R. SHERWOOD, Or Willlsms Cnnoty. Republican State Ticket. frer'Hirf ev .?(..f - A Ll.EN T. WIKOFF. Jvl,l nf 7ifie Oonrt JOlIS W ELCH. Attmbtr Board Hb. lloiJt-R. II. I'OKTER. SENATORIAL ELECTORS: JOIIS C. I.EE. ALPHOXSO flART. Republican County Ticket. For Tressure, GEORGE KIMBERLIN. For A'nditnv, JOSEPH B. NEWTON. Fur Probate Judge. GEORGE C. THELrSA - ' For Sheriff, CHARLES C. BAIRD. For Comn.jseloners, JAMES II. PIERCE, E. A. WILSON. For Inflrnwy Director, JOHN MUIR. Sr. A few good men hart gone over to theureel. y Coalition, from the Republican party but their mixing in it has no mora purifying effect upon it than would a drop of water upon a ceas-pool by falli...

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 September 1872

Published Every Friday Morning by JAMES TIMMONS. JAMES TIMMONS. TERMS: On enf ,on year.lo advance. On anpy,tia months Ok opy, three months it 1 o Rates of Advertising. On squarson Insertion Kaeh subsequent Insertion H tolumn for I months X column for t month oolumn for 12 month H column fcif t tnnnlhi J4 enlunta for I tooth..". X column fnr 1 months yt oolitma for 8 months- W oulumn for 8 monthi W column for It monthi . 1 column for 11 monthi 1 00 7 0( It 00 to 00 10 00 18 00 00 12 00 23 00 40 DO 75 00 Adminietrstnr's or Kxecutnr'e Notice! Business osrda, not exceeding 6 lints, 1 year Hutlees id local eoluma.per tin 3 00 00 10 JOB PRINTING. Ofsverr description. executed In title defv Infr competition, and hi cheep ceo be done elsewhere. We tire our Dereol attention to nil ink Work, and allow none but Bret class work to Uave the office. Ue.ll andeisminespee tmeni. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. a.m. r.n. r.M. A.M Toledo-. -12.1orsi t .20,Cnstar 2 0 4 45 Pe...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 September 1872

AN ABLE VINDICATION OF PRESIDENT GRANT'S ADMINISTRATION. Extract from Senator Logan's Recent Speech at DuQuoin, III. Fm.iow-oiTizitss t I would rather prfifer discussing principle than to follow tlia line of argument proposed to ua by our oppo rents. They, Instead of discussing princi ple, attack ui with charges of corruption against the Administration. If they pro pose ti ls mode of warfare and throw down the glove, we are ready to take them up and meet them on their own irround. Applause. Jn taking up the glove, I make the following statement : That General Grant hat saved to this Government more money in the collec tion of revenues, and hns permitted less de falcation and punished moro men for crime against tho Government than any Adminis tration since Its organisation. Applause. And for the truth of my statement, I refer you to the written history of the different Administrations of the Government. But men who claim to be honorable gentlemen, such as Judge Trumbull, Governor Pal...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 September 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. THE FIRST PANTALOONS. Mrx I put them on him t I hnrclir think I run, Twill makn the darling look ' Ho very like mm. Arid must I put sway Thorn dainty lhilH drcirses, And take the cruel shears, To goldtn, straggling trostes f I'T tried f o nurd to keep him In these little clothes : Baring everyday I'll wilt Tlllhe older grows. For I know I'll sadly miss III winsome, hnhy waya, And look back with rcgrat To bit tunny, baby iu. OnlVsce these little shoos, W'lth the pink toes peeping through I I rencmber well the dny, When thny wi re hil ht and new. And how I coated and pelted And sang aulcesnme son?. To mane mm ml on ultesltll. U i a I Kh.iii III ' try them on." I'll pa them with the treasures I've garnered from the p.ist, In remembran' e of a childhood All t'-o bright to last: Of a guileless, happy babyhood That disappeared or soon Ashe stepped from 111 tie dresses Tata pantaloon. I know that he tnnst take '1 hla fir.-t step np the lilll) And mny he ever seek 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. — 13 September 1872

Fames' timiy6n37 mtor7 V RtDAY,' SEPTEMBER 13, 1872. National Republican Ticket. ULYSSES 8. GRANT, Of Appomattox Courthouse.-FOR VICErRESIDEJT, HEN IV WILSON, , ' .. "". Of Massachusetts. "Grant awl his policy deserve tho very ' highest credit." Horace. Greeley. Republican Congressional Ticket. For Congress, L6AWC It. SHERWOOD, Of Williams County. Republican State Ticket. Svrclm-y of Store - AI.l.EN T. W1K0FF. Jiuhl t'f 8nprtnt& Court JOHN WELCH. H.mUr Itouril Pub. IIoias-R. R. fOQl'ER. ' . SPHATOFtlAIi gl.tCTORS t JOHN' C l.EE, ALPHONSO HART. Republican County Ticket. For Treasurer, GEORGE KIM BERLIN. JOSEPH B. NEWTON. For Piubalo JiitTprw; UEORGE C. PI1KLF3. For SIicritT. rilARLES C. BAIRD. Fir Commissioners, JAMES. II. PIERCE, E. A. WILSON. Fur Infirmar; Director, JOHN MUIR. Sr. Republican Meetings. GEN. I R. SHERWOOD Will address Hie citizens of Wood cjunty as fol low ! Went Millgrove Monday eve. Sep. 30. Portage Tuesday eve. Oct. Int.' Ciii-tar 'Wednesday eve. Ot. 2d. imd R...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 September 1872

Fabllshsd Srery Friday Morning by JAMES TIlTiraONS. One copy, no year, In advane Ona eopy,lx oki o tin On oopy,tbr month tl SO 1 00 to Hates of Advertising. On Sonars one insertion I 1 00 Raeh subsequent Insertion- HI eolamn for 3 month--"- i oolnmn for month li column for H month 4 eilamn forS month i oolumo for month 1$ column for M month U column for I month W column for month column for li month 1 column fori! month Administrator' or Executor' Notice Business cards, not exceeding 9 line, 1 year .Notice to Incal eolumn.per line SO T 00 11 00 30 00 10 00 IS 00 30 00 12 00 21 00 40 V0 76 00 S 00 e on 10 JOB PRINTING, Of every description, exooated lo style defy in; competition, and as cheap aa can be done elsewhere. We jriv our personal attention to all Job Work, and allow none but first claas work to tear the office, Call and examine spec imens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOIMOSOUTB. OOINO NOBTH . A.M. P.M. P.M. A. Toledo-' .12.10fm .20iCnstar 2 50 4 45 Perrysb'g 12.81 44 Mi...

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 September 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. Gold Bonds Wedding Rings. Thr earth U dirty, but tlio bph is tidy. Lioiit Employmbnt Building castles in the Kir. Onk hundred yprtri ngo thrre were but four newspapers in America. TnE now Iron bridge ntmr. Wcldon, N. C, is 404 fcot lng. Com fit literature for tlio month of Au gust, 1873, would mako a very good-sized volume. A MUflHAti box nnd lmlr-brunh com bined is one of the latest Parisian novel ties. Two nnTurnvKH wero recently unvot ed In New York City for stealing $1,000 worth of Juwelry from a lady who cm ployed them. A tiiikf at Pulaski, Mich., dropped ft watch from bis pocket M'hilo stealing watermelons, nnd tho owner of tho mel ons found It. I an mouth nnd tonguo of a trout in a Hartford aquarium turned to bone and the fish died. A fish was recently cnmrltt In Alabama. in which was a partridge egg, and in the egg a bird. An entire flock of sheep followed an old ram through the show-window of a tst. Louis store, the other clay. A Okoiioia snake recently swall...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 September 1872

Selected Miscellany. THE JACKSON DEMOCRAT. BY JOHN H. YATES. Wit, wife, tw'v hud a maetln' t the school house, on the hill 1 T . ,., We tMi to swallow Greeley, onrengar-eeted pill) Bat belli' real Old Hlckorles-we found ws couldn't do It: The sngaroatlng mi too thin d Greeley tsstsd through, it. Why, wife, ht'i enwed me many years t Now-t the hour eleven ... , Be wants my voie to aend him to the Presidential heayeut If he watte until he get It, he may take hit ax and saw And forerer be a f armor on the frm at Chappiqqa. iToteforOraeleyr Bal ha I hal a Jackssn De mocrat Forsake hie life long principle) to do a thins; like tbntf If yon eee me goln' for him When come election day, Ton may look to set Niagara rnnntn' t'other way. 'We can't elect an 'out-and-ont,' " la what our leader" tay "We take (hie ranting Qreeloy to draw Repuhl away; When in the Presidential chair, with whit hat on he alts. We'll take the ofllcee that pay and all the perqul- Now that ain't mine, ior Jefferson's, no...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 September 1872

, jj-J.-.'-. .r -. . r rj JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1872. National Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, t 4. ' ULYSSES S. CftANT, Of Appomattox Courthouse. von vicE-rncsiDEXT, HENIl? WILSON, Of Massachusetts, "(hunt and his jmlioy deserve llie very litgliret crcdiU'V-iiWact Grtdry. Republican Congressional Ticker. For Congrens, ISAAC R. SHERWOOD, Of William County. Republican State Ticket. crcfm- of -AU.KS T. WIKOFF. J,ulqt of .Supreme Coi.il JOnN WELCH. .Vimbtr Heard PiA. Hort.-R. K. PORTER. ARM T0R1AL Kl.tTTORS ! JOHN C. LEE, ALI'HONSO 7IART. Republican County Ticket. For Treasurer, GEOROE KIMBERLIX. For Auditor, JOSEPH B. NEWTON. For Probate Jiiclgo. GEORGE C. PHELPS. For RlietilT, CHARLES C. BAIRD. For Commissioners, JAMES II. PIERCE, E. A. WILSON. For Infirmary Director, JOHN MUIIt. Sr. Republican Meetings. OCX. I B. SHERWOOD Will adda-ss the citizen of Wood c-,unty as fol lows : West Millgrovc MonJsy eve. Sep. 30. Tortage Tuesday eve. Oct. 1st. Custar Wedruesdu...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 September 1872

Perrysburg Journal Published Every Friday Morning by JAMES TIMMONS. TERMS: ne eopjr, one year, la advance See eopy.eli months 1 44 14 Rates of Advertising. Owt sqnare one Insertion I 1 44 r.een subaerinent Inwnion eolumn for S ntonlht M eolnmn fur months" K nlnmn for It months-' H Inmn for S months-" yi eolnmn for months" KC aiilninn for 11 months- T 44 1) 44 14 44 10 44 19 40 14 40 11 44 11 44 40 04 T 40 . ....... W collimator I awnlhe" t anluran for monthe-- W eolnmn for 1 1 months 1 column for II months Adminlstrslor's orEieentor's Notices Riiaiaaaa cards, sol eiceedir 4 linei. 1 t 04 year JJoticea In locsl column, per line 14 JOB PRINTING. Of every description, eiecnted In a style defy ing eowtpetilion, and aa eheap aa can be done elsewhere. We rife our personal attention to II Job Work, and allow nnno but first elaas work to leava the office. Call andexamlnespee Imena. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. nomaaocTB. omemoBTa'. a. a. p.m. r.at. Tiledn-. .lMflr .10 Collar J 40 4 4 Pr...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 September 1872

Speech of Ron. Will Cumback, of Indiana, at Decatur, III. dwtniottot of tTi. pemtdona doctrinal trial "iy t ny tlm r.fna. to oby th.con iiiaiUiTialiy ,llM.,e(1 )llwl 0f ,bt country. or mjr J' Vte.anr. act up for hTKlf or in conjunction xuh other, another goTcrnment on onr territory, n not only bronght on a greater amis. o( per rnDenc and security aa nation, but la d.Telop '"K feeling of unity and fraternity among all the people of the different Btates, which la a tower of atreujrth In Iteelf. It in thle that ntekea me feel to day aa mnch at home with all theae Strang, facea before me aa If i were eurrounded by the fiooatera of my own native State. In the darker data, when the life of the nation waa In peril, when the gallant son of Illinois and the brave Hooslrr f Ught aide by side on the battle-field and together their blood made crimson many a aacred spot that will itand ont forever In blatory, the sacrifice marlo by them waa for the promotion of the nnlty of the Republic. They se...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 September 1872

Selected Miscellany. PENN CALVIN. BY BAYARD TAYLOR. ap Bv lurht of alum or ami, , i And M all the gnnd folk of onr town There's like Penn Calvin nnna. He lightly lanirhs when all condemn, Il unll.n when oihers pray I Anil what In sorest truth to thorn To him la Idle play. ' Penn Calvin, lift, an dnty bids, The loa-1 we all mn.t bearl" Ho only lift his languid lids. And says: " The murn la fair I" " Leurn while yno rnsjr I for Life It item, And Art, I la long " ; lie hnm and an wcrs: " Yea, I learn ' The cadence of a song." The world la dark with hnman woes Mm eaf of bitter food." 1 T he world." he says, " la all aglow With beauty, bllns, and good I" "locnifh the senses yim mnat strive, ., The bea.t of flesh de-trovl' " God nave this body all allrt, And every sene la Joy I" " Nay, theso he heathen words we hear; Tim fulth they teach Is flown A mint that cllnfra to temples drear And alters overthrown." "I ri ck nut how nor whence It came, Ue answers: I now: . If heathens felt and owne...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 September 1872

Mares TIMMONS, EditorT FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER- 27, 1872. National Republican Ticket. FOn PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT . Of Appomattox Courthouse. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT,. 'HENRY WILSON, Or Massachusetts.. "Grant nml hi" poller dt'scrve llic very highest credit." Horace Orcein. Republican Congressional Ticket. For Congress, ISAAC R. SHERWOOD, Of William County. Republican State Ticket. S-ereMry of .S'.ile-AU.EN T. WIKOFP. Jwigt of Supreme Court JOHN WELCH. NtmUr Hum J rub. H or-K. U. l'ORTER. MXATOHlAL Ki.rcrom !: JOHN C. I.F.E, ALPHOXSO- fTART. i, Republican County Ticket. For Treasurer, GEORGE KIMBERLIN. For Auilitor, JOSEPH B. NEWTON. For Probata .lodge-. ffiEOROE c. niELrs. Fo Sheriff, CHARLES C. BAIRD. For Commissioners, JAMES II. PIERCE, 13. A. WILSON. For Infirmary Director, JOHN MUIR. Sr. If? f GRAND Ileputlican Rally PERRYSBURG, Friday Ev'ng, Oct. 4, 1872. Gov. S. L. WOODFORD OF HEW, YORK, GEH. I. R. SHERWOOD, r:n . i i "i nuuress tne people on the is- su3s of tb.3 present Political C...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 September 1872

rabllthad I?try Friday Morning by JAMES TINNONS. TERMS: On eopf ,nn rear, in advance-" n .. . .1 . 1 00 60 Out enpjr, three aiootbf. ' Rates of Advertising. On Imi.r.n.i Inaartlnn $ 1 00 60 r.ae autiaeqnent insertion X column for t months colnmn for aoonlhe W colnmn for It seonths 4 ( iltimn for months column fn't months ii e'llHinn rr It mnntht colums for months-- column for months i column for 1 1 months 1 column for 12 munlhi Administrator's nr Executor's Notice- tliisinstearda,nut exceeding t linen, 1 yar Notices la Ineal column, per line 7 08 13 00 20 00 10 00 IS 00 30 00 12 00 22 00 40 U0 76 00 2 00 8 00 10 Rates of Advertising. JOB PRINTING, Of evert description, executed in a Style defy ing competition, and is cheap as can be done elsewhere. We (tis our personal attention In II Job Work, and allow none but first class work to tears the office. Ull andexamineapec-Imens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OINOtOCTB . OOIMO NORTH . A. a. r.M . P.M. A.M. Toledo- -ll.lOrN .20 Cnsta...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 September 1872

SOLDIERS AND SAILORS' NATIONAL CONVENTION. PITTSBURGH, September 17. ik!v "'"Rations were seated and mu r.a, ythe 'rou binds In attendance, the v"J,B.r sPni!led Bannor" was sung by two .3 A 'Ofl'tcrs, . assisted by the bands "a audience. At Its conclusion three '".rfCrs were given with special unction. After the cheering had subsided, Major Bamuel Harper came to the front of the stage and Introduced General J. B. Sweltser, who delivered the welcoming address, as follows: Comra! In the name and In nehslf of the eltlcnns of Pittsburgh, and of the Rtnto of Penn sylvania, I bid yon welcome among ns. I greet J'jti as the representatives of vall'iit patriot", who, at the call of their country, went forth to battle for her honor and her flag. With the trials of war now over, and In the full enjoyment of the glori ous results, a nation saved and united, with all Us people free. It Is pleasant to come together again to keep tip the memory of past events, to thank the Providence that hr.s car...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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