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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 4 October 1872

Selected Miscellany. SWEETHEART'S WEDDING GOWN. BY MARY E. C. WYETH. 8wnKTnHT nut on the broad haM stair, .. -t:ro?nln1,,tletiin " Vwo' Ooldenhalr Will Umt years old In Jane. 11 . " rtparl how the children grow, U be woman soon." Steely nodded the wl.e yonng head; Widened the eyes brmvii) "It's very Inrkr. Intleftd." she said, " That I brought my thimble duwn Qnens t may as wolf needle my thread, And sew on my woddlug gowu. " Fort s'pnse I'll need It pretty loon. Unless that I should din." Ana sweetheart ceaned from hot llttlo tone, And heaving a pen.ive sigh, Bali'., "Deary me I what makes fnlka grow old. And then get married or diet ' Well, I'd rather he married than dead " Brightened the eyes ao hrowu " So I'll marry my nude Ned . The nicest man lu the town." Then demurely she bowed her head Over the wedding gown, Bnally flitted the tin' .y. fair, 8we"ther-m"-nl''''' l'vo "4 eare, Hew ''on the broad hall atalr, " "dig her wedding gewa. Little Corporal. THE BABY IN BREECHES. BY GA...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 4 October 1872

PRtDAY, OCTOBEH 4, 1872. V? W" W w w VOTE THE IMS TICKET! National RrptrtUcan Ticket. FOIt I'llKSIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, Of Appomattox Courthouse. ' FOR VJCKmESJDT!NT, HENRY WILSON, , Of JJ.issaekuseUs. "Ornnt and liis r(iliy (Irjservt llic very highest emli Ct. KlJi-apt Grtclnj. ; llr;uMican Congressional Tic ct. : , ,, , i . Por Congress,- - 1SAAO -R. '.SHERWOOD, ' Of William County. KepuUll.can, State Ticket. erttnri V I.LEK T. WIKOFF. JUit of Suprtmt Coml-JOIIN WF.I.CII. , Jkmbtr Vuuid 'i.I.. Ilifr-R. 11. l'OUTER. RKNATORIAL Fl.rCTOIlg ! 1 JOHN C LEE, AMMIONSO nAUT. Republican 'County Ticket. ; Fur Ttoasurcr, i ' GEORGE KIMBEKLIN. For Audi tori JOSEPH B. NEWTON. For Probate Judge. (JEORGE C. PlIELrS. For Sheriff, CHARLES C. BAIRD. For Commissioners, JAMES H. PIERCE, K. A. WILSON. For' lufirmarf Director, JOHN MUIR. Sr. ffSQ GRAND EeptLlican Hally ' ' ' AT Norton's Exchange TO-NIGHT. .Gov. S. L. WOODFORD OF HEW YORIC, CtEIT. I. H.ASHERW00D. Have arrived and will address the jieo...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 4 October 1872

Perrysburg Journal PnMishsi Xrery Friday Morning by , JAMES TIIttlTIONS. T Firms: One copy, nns rear, In advance $1 60 Out oopy, 9i months 100 One oopj, three months 60 Rates of Advertising. One Squarsons Insertion" l 00 60 r.aetiauoseqiient maerunn i column for 8 month--" Vi column fur 8 month , 7 00 12 00 20 00 10 00 13 00 30 no 12 00 22 00 0 U0 75 00 2 00 K column for II months column for t months-... ij oolumn for f months... H column for 12 month U ooliiaia for I month..... oolumn for months .. H col nun for 1 J months I column for 12 months. ........ Administrator's or Executor's Notices- llusineas cards, not exceeding 8 lines. 1 year 0 00 Uotices to local ooluraa,per line 10 JOB PRINTING. Oferery description, executed In style doff ln(t competition, and s cheep as nn be done elsewhere. W j-ive onr personal attention to all Job Work, and allow none but first class work to leave the pffice. Cull and examine spec imens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. aomoiocTit. aoiNO north . ...

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

General Butler's Reply to Greeley's Pittsburgh Speech. An ImmcnsaTtepubllran demonstration occurred t Cincinnati it few evenings (?o, Bt which General Butler was one of the prlnclpnl orators. IIo more partlm larly addressed himself to Mr. Greeley's Pittsburgh speech, lie eald i Mr. Ore-ley told the cltls.etis of Pltti bnrah, after the great mnotinn of the sol dier of the war, where there was not word of hate, not a Word of unklnOness, not a slnirle word of hsrshness directed ntralnst tha rebels, thnt that meeting was for the pur pose of ralitlnir hate. He (roes further and save that the disloyal and rebel States bare done all that loyal men asked of them. He says t "We demanded of our adversaries In the civil war that they surrender tholr arms and eo to their homes, and they surrendered them." Let ns see how that was. We de manded that they should surrender In 1801, and they foupht till 1865, and did not Rive up their arms till they wore struck from their hands, and they went home I...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 11 October 1872

Selected Miscellany. " I GO FOR GRANT." tits vsraRAit rot.rimtiin to his combad. It wwii torn, Jim, vrry strsnire, The turn somethings are tftkkixr; ' It. may be right, this cry tor "change,'' Tht folks Just now ars making. , " C'hanirsy Jot the hettnr, here botow ' - Is whin we always want, But, till I know It will he no, For one, I go for OjustI , . "Change" will throw onf Government Again In donhtrul rands, Whoe fascinating, week Intent ; Was scorn of alttho lands If " Change'1 would bring those traitor back Who ruled twelve years ago. Whose crime and madness In their track fironght war, with all Ita woe If "fhanee" mnst mean that we give np , The fruits of victory, And bavins drained tuC bitter Clip Of bloody war, that we Go back to " Democratic null," , And let rebellion flaunt ( Again her flag -I'm pot a fool 1 No, air I I go for Grant I Then, aa for Greeley : Well I yon aco, , I am not one of those Who think old friends can't disagree lint they at once are foea; . , -Aa "Farm...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 11 October 1872

jAkEinkifoKsriditor" FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1872. StUonat RfpuliIKan Ticket. ' FOR I'UKSIDluST, ' ULYSSES 8V GRANT, Of Appomattox ConrthouFC. . rOR VICK-rREHUWSTF IH.NIIY WITJSON, Of MMSClltlSe.S., " fJ-atit And hi policy Aaervc (he vpr: highest credit." UoraeK Orerly, GLORIOUS VICTORY! OVERWHELMING TRIUMPH! Ring the Bells! Beat the Tom-Tom OHIO 18,000! Pennsylvania 32, 000! Indiana Doubtful. District of Columbia 5,600. NEBRASKA 5,000. HVe have met the enemy anil they are ours. The Presidential contest in virtually decided. We have be lieved and often stated, that justice, truth and right, would prevail, and our words aro verified. The animus was fierce, and tho battle 8troo. Every artifice, stratagem and trick, wero resorted to by our opponents, Vktle the Republicans desired a fair fight ou principle aod the issues in volved. The reaslta are a proud triumph for the latter, with a signal and overwhelming defeat of the former. Thin speaks" well for the intelli gence of the people, and sh...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 11 October 1872

Perrysburg Journal. PitlWata Xrtty Tr)ay Kerala k J A. TIES TIN HONS. TERMS: Wa copy year, la advance It O opy, lit month 1 Oa topf ,lkra0Bth( 40 Rates of Advertising. On aanaraona Insertion 1 ? Each subsequent Insertion H eolnms for 1 month-" H CnHaa fur month Weolnmn for It month yi enlnmn for I mouth ' yi enlnmn for month " li coin ma for 11 moth H colons for Bionlhi t W column for motiltii i tolamn for t J month" 1 enlnmn for 11 montha Administrator's orfiaeemnr' Notice Bainea earda, not exceeding linn, t fear Votice ia local olomn,per 11n to T oo 1 1 20 00 10 00 18 00 10 00 11 00 II 00 40 liO 75 00 1 00 6 00 10 JOB PRINTING. Of ererr deaorlntlnn,eootd in a atria defy ing competition, and a cheap aa can ba dona elsewhere. We glv nnr personal attention to all Job Work, and allow none but drat elan work to leara the office. Call and examine apec laieoa. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. aoixaiovTa. gome bobtb. a.m. r.u . r.tt. A.N Toledo.- -11. 10m .20 Caster ..- 3 17 4 45 Perryib'...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 11 October 1872

Speech by Senator Logan. SnwATon Looa addressed itmnsi meet ing of nep-i1)licnn at Tncliannpolin, Ind.t a few errnln go.' We copy from the Port of that cfrj r - - , . . Th KopuMl-r party rii admlnlncr the afTalri of this OoTfrnment for the last twelre yarn; whether It riss arlmtnlaterea them IsHt and smcoeisKfullv or not a question that anr thinking man pun readily answer. At no time, either Immediately be fore tha Republicans took control of the Government or at any former period of Dom eratlc ml, did the IVntorraey erar admits ter the affairs of the Government In so aatU factory a manner as the Republican have done. I,ook at the ereat qneatlon that have been before tha country, and that have been aatlsfactorllv solved and isttled since It cama Into power. The party Itself was fonnded upon principle; It wna held together by the Brent fnndsmentnl principle that ever man. woman and child In the country had a rliht to enjoy every rieht, privilege and Immunity that was accorded to any ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 18 October 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. THORALF AND SYNNOV. A ITOIWI IDTI, T RJALMAR HjOftTH MTHW, O bavi yon Seen In Gndbrands-Dale, where Laag ena mighty flood ChanU evermore iu stirring strain nnto the listen "iifwoour An have too seen theevenlng snn on thoee bright Kl-fer (flow, When valley ward It shoots and darts like shafts ii - - i Ileve yon boheld the maidens, whon the Meter path thoy tresd. . With the ribbons In their snnny heir and the milk mils on their heed? And have von heurd the lid (Ilea, when they strike the lusty danrrf Then ym have hoard of Synnov Hong, and of For Synnov Hong la Itaaome aa the limber willow aprav. And when yon think jron hold her fast, and aha In youra for ave. Then like the air; blow-ball that dancea o'er the lea, 8he gently thronirh yonr flngera slips, and lightly flnkinfh frnai Then It was last St John's Eve t remember It to And Wrt.!1ia.1 111 bonnrB ln graaa-grown little And all the lade and maidens wore acatcd ln a ring. And some were tolling stories, while t...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 18 October 1872

JMES TTDOTONS. EditorT FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 18721.. liationil Republican Tkkct. FOR I'RKSIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, Of Appomnttox Courthouse. FOR VICK-PRBSHEST, HENRY WILSON Or Massachusetts. " Grant anJ Lis policy dcservt Ui tery highest credit." Uoraf Cheeky. Republican Pyramid of One Day. OHIO, INDIANA, NEBRASKA, PENNSYLVANIA, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. A private letter from Capt. L. B. Blinx, Olferk oi the Distrist and Circuit Courts ol Tama county, low n, informs us that that State is good for her standard Republican majority of 40,000, with a probability of an additional 10,000 for Grant and "Wilson on the 5th of next month.. The Democracy attached tn their Centres tinoal campaign lu tht District a whisky Issue, sod they need uot he surprised if in future ann- algns they hear from, it srein, la a manner not at all satisfaclinry. For when it is fairly understood tbat this is the main point nf contest, Were la little question which party will go to tht) wall. TWer Journal. A meeting of ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 18 October 1872

fobllthed Every Friday Homing by JAMES TIITIMONS. TFltMt tl 60 One copy, one year, in advance.-- Om eopy.sls miinlhi One eopy, threemonlhs 1 00 AO UnOa ol Alveitlnf(. One ftqnare one Insertion Koh aubseanent Insertion ... yi Column for S months Mlnmn fin B mnntht ii column fir 12 mimilis yi oolnmn for 3 mnntht yi column for months"- H column for 1J mnntht H ol iimn 'or S mnntht"- U column fur mnnlhe-. U column fori J months 1 column for H months Administrator's nr Execiilnri Notices-. Business cards, not exceeding 8 Unci, year Nutioet In local coin mo, per line 1 00 50 7 00 1 00 20 00 10 00 t 00 30 00 12 00 22 00 40 U0 7 00 t 00 I e oo 10 JOB 1111 NTING, Of every description, eiecnted in a style defy inf competition, tnd -t cheap t can be done elsewhere. We five nnr personal attention to all Jnb Work, and allow nnne bnt first claat work to leave tbe ofllce. Call aod examine specimens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOIMOSOCTB . SOINO NORTH . r.M. A.M. A.M. P.M . Toledo-. -12 10fh ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 18 October 1872

Greeley and the Tribune. Fiom the time of the nomination of George Washington for the Presidency of the Lnlted Stale until now, there lina never been a candidate for that office, of whatever party stripe, who allowed him self to enter Into the electioneering field, traveling from State to State like a show man, uttering self-laudatory harangues to Satherlng crowds, covering with obloquy Is political rival, and exerting all his powers to secure his own election as the wisest of statesmen and the most disinter ested of patriots. Even the bad examplo of Andrew Johnson, " swinging around " a given circle, and on all occasions pour ing out his malignant Invectives upon a loyal Congress for not allowing him to play the role of dictator, furnishes no ex ceptional case; for his object was one of self-exculpation from the damaging charees brought against him, not to gain a high position by supplanting a hated opponent. It has beeu left for Mr. Horace Greeley (at present the most mischievous ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 25 October 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. Miscellaneous Reading. THE OLD COUPLE. TnuT Mt In the nn together. Till the dnjr was almost done, And then, at Ita clone, an angel Stepped over the threshold stone. lie folded their hands together, He touched helr eyclidn with balm, i .. 1" '"t hroatta floated upward Like the close of solemn psalm. Like bridal pair they traversed The unseen, mystical rosd, That leads to ttie Beautiful Olty, Whose Builder and Maker Is Uod. Perhaps, In that miracle conntry, They will give her lost youth back, And the flowers of a vsnlr-hed spring-time Shall bloom In the spirit's track. One draught of the living water Hhall rpHtoro his manhood's prime, And eternal year shall measure The love that outlives time. f Hut the shapes they left behind them The wrinkles and silver hair Made sacred to ns by the kisses I The angel Imprinted there We'll hide away in the meadow, V hen the sun Is low In the West, W hero the moonbeams cannot And them, t Nor the winds disturb their rest. lint w...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 25 October 1872

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 187?. W W Jl w W f f National Republican Tickets I'Oa l'RKSIttfcNT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, Of Appomattox Courthouse. -Foil VICE-PRESIDENT, HENRY WILSON Of Mnasaclniictts. , " Grant and hi policy dosfrre the very highest credit." lloraoc Greeley. Our correpjndent luvo worked up the fraudulent ticket busincMi no well, that we feel difipoped to let their argument alone go before the Judges (the people) this wek. The new French loan wilt brln tha French dbt itD toenorni ins proportion. The dobt of the Units' Slate iui4 Great Britain combined i nulr about $l,50.000,000. Tht of Fiance will number lsnly-tvi milliard and 760.000,000 nf francs, nr about S,OJO,000.000. Tlii It 91.' fli)0,004,000 more than the debt nf Great Britain an 1 full' double the dobt or tba Uuited States The interest on it is much (treuter in proportion than that on the British' debt, which also adds toils crushing weight upou tUs ludustry of lbs eouutry. . . , , .. . . Failing in all other charges, the ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 25 October 1872

mphn$ gjout-aai Published Erry Friday Morning by JAMES TIMftlONS. On copy, on. year, Inadvanc $t " onpy ,II months-..' One copy, t It r months 100 SO 0 Utiles of Advertising. On aquareone Insertion 1 1 -oh subsequent insertion l column for 3 months--ii colnmn Cur 6 month-. A column ftir 12 month-. column' for S month--. Vi column for month H Column for It monthly 1 . 1 1 T 00 IS 00 20 00 10 00 18 00 80 00 12 00 22 00 40 1)0 3 A.. I r... m nullia J liUIHIIIII IIP! V HKI.III. .... i c rlumn for 11 month-., Administrator's or Executor" Notices llusiness osrds, not acceding 8 lines, year ' Notice In local column, per line--" , 78 00 t 00 00 0 JOB PltlNTINO, Orevery doaoripllnn.ea&culed In style defy I n (C competition, and n cheap can be done etsewnere. e giv oar personal attention to allJob Work, and allow none but first class work to leave tbe office. Uall and examinespeo-Imen. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. o;no sorm . going north. A.M. r.M . ' f .11. A.M. Toledo-. .12. lOrii 1...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 25 October 1872

THE OLD MAN GOES FOR GRANT. BY JOHN H. YATES. another meetln' at the echool-honse on . M the hill, Aa cheer fir Grant and Wilson wore given with There wee jronnir men, there were maidens, there were gray-halrcd mothers there. And nne for Urant and Wlleon filled with melody the air. We came to the conclusion, In looking matters o'er, That gmd old Horace Creeloy and the TrVxmt are no more The Presidential siren sane a Tery pretty song. Ana Horace put nis wniie nai t on and followod her along. Bnt he' tnck the wrong road, Betsey new, an- trodden marl; The good thin? he hai tall of Grant will prove a heavy lond; Jlntof all the loads he tarries the heaviest will he 1 he load strapped 0a ai, Baltimore, called "evil company," We're all poor ereetnre at the beet, and apt to go astray When treat temptation! And onr path and thine across onr way: My faith In tinman goodness grows weak does al most fall When men like IIoraceGreeloy bow down the knee to Baal. We're ttick the TrVrnnt many years ...

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

Miscellaneous Reading. SOLILOQUY OF A DISMOUNTED DEMOCRAT. BY E. NORMAN GUNNISON. Wirat I wish to remark. And I'm really surprised. That thlnjn I thought wise Phould h tbnii otherwise, . But thye whipped n, that opposite P"y In way that I've always despised. Say I on ?h etpath And t thought It u troa I iih11 entry a torch. In the Corp Buckalew. . ... . But they imxhtd o, that thlrtv-flve thousand, Id a nuMi that makes me feel bine. We'd eonntefl the Dam's And the Liberal "t, And we'd carry tha day, Twas a snre thing, " yon bet:" . Bnt they routed and scouted onr lore In away that la hard to forget As Joh Bllllnn has aald, If tola tbiinea lothns, Why thou U this thmmess f If we're mini the eighth of Octobe , November we shall not be plus. Which hoi caned me to say And I apeak with a sigh If thla happen a green tree What chance haa a drvf The anppport of the Liberal parly I feat me, la "all In my eye I'1 And I wish here to state That I fear 'tie a go. The bird Democratle No longer may...

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

JAKES. XIHXQJf Sv Editor. HCT REPUBLICAN UUl IJT THE COLMY. VHIPAY', NOVEMBElt 1, 1872. . -.: , .' . . - h- . . . LOOK OUT FOR FKATJD3 I AVc present, litlow tho. tlirca natlor.nl ticket to be supported on Tuesday next. We do this with the view of assisting to prevent fraud npon cither. All wo ask 5s an honest vote, and are willing to abide the reul:a. We learn that a rumor prevail in fowling Green that Gkcki.ey i rather favorable to Pcrrysburjr on the " lorsil Wne," which will be siiiricunt grounds for the editor of the Sentinel nnd hit) little ring to pet up a "corner." Thin h a mutter, far the Icmoorats in. this vicinity to looR Sif ter. ' ' National Republican Ticket. von vnijwr,srt ULYSSES S. GRANT. ron vice rnwioKNT, HENRY WILSON. ELECTORS AT LARGE,' (' .mux C. LEE, AM'IIOXSO HART.' wsTRir-r electors, .,...L TAilin' A IT TtATra ,...r.v. ... ......... OTLUAM E. DAVIS. 'TIBDMAS.MOORK. . . .' WILLIAM ALLKX.. MATTHEW C. HALE. GEORGE R. HAYXE3. MARCUS EOGGS. . ' CHARLES rilELLIS. JO...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 1 November 1872

rbllta4 Irtry. Trldty Strata by 'ARIES UfinONS.v TFMlTIKl . Ott topy.ont ytar.lu tdvaaee J JP Ott copy, tlx mnatht m'"'" 1 Oat topy.larttmontbt 9 Rala ! A4rrtlalBC On ..,... ina.rt In I 1 00 Keh tubteq.eol Insertion M r. a MAMtli..... ...,. t 7 SO It M SO 00 10 00 18 00 an oo it oo 21 oo 40 U0 Ti 00 1 00 6 00 10 X tolnmn for mnoth ifi K onlomn for U ssonlh yi tnlnm for month cnluma for 0 niocthe U column for It mnntht tolnma for 3 mnnlhi U column for 0 mnntht W eoloiao fori J mnnltn solum, for 11 months- Administrator's or Exeoutnr't Nntiett-.. Basins tarda, aol exceeding 8 lint, 1 yea Nutlet ia lootl enlumn, per line JOB PRINTING, Of erart description, exicnled In a atria defjr ng competition, tnd st ehttp aa cn b done lhr. ffi givt our ptnnnal attention to all Job Work, and alio none but Srtt eteti work to lttvt tbeofllee. Call indtxtjainetptc-ens. TIME & M. Railroad. OUfqiapTB , Toid".tl.ieM 0 aoixo Koata K . P.M. A.M. JOCnttsr IT 4 4. .44IMilton S.10 4 47 Perrrib'lliJI 9 Ros...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 1 November 1872

Senator Morton in Chicago. Senator Morton, of Indiana, addrem ed a large meeting of the citizen of Chi cago, a few evenings ago, on the Issue of Ute campaign. The tinning W glvet the following aynopgls of htsnpeecht lie commenced by defining the Confed erate coalition, the campaign In the three recently conteited State, and Greeley' reconciliation policy. Speaking of the latter, he aald: Mr. Greeley to-diy hi acarcely a Mend In all the South that i not connected with the rebellion. His friend In the Southl and let this fact havs Its full force upon your minds when yon consider this question his friends in the South were the friend of the rebellion, the supporters, the authors, and the advocates of It. A few of those who were In the rebellion In the South are upon our lde! not a groat many; there are honor able exceptions here and there, hut the irreat body are against ns. Our friends in the South to-day are made up of the loyal colored men and of the loyal white men men who suffer e...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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