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ULYSSES SIMPSOIf GRANT.,
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For Hoerclary of Slate,
ISAAC It. SHERWOOD.
Ksr Judge of Supreme Court,
ft Member of Hoard of Public Works,
For School Commissioner,
JAMES' A. NORMS.
Por Clerk- of Supreme Court.
THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
Tn-nmiw tho Democratic National Convcnlliai
nirett in 5cw Tork, and fur ionic days to come,
that ill be (tit great renter of jiotilivnl interest.
Tho Pendleton F.acort loft C'inriniinli nn Tuesday
virninff. and instead of one thousand strong, it
rvmld not muster three bundled. The hiteit dn
patches indicate that neither 1'iNnt.KTn nor Chasc
will receive the ampliation. Kirn the chances of
Iltsnsieas sre notvcry bright. Hancock, Fsans
Ill is, KlTSnis, Faautll, anil Mil lki.I.an urn
til spoken of. Tho situation la becoming iutcrcs'-
log, snd no one can tell what the bviixiueists in. it
bring (brlU. '
ARE WE ORGANIZING?
Wo fear our friends nro postponing; In Ico
Tate rln the wmk of uonimetiuini; l!io con.
or rtlicr tlio prol iminati wpik of i .
U eminently neooBHnry lliut we go to work
U e towtiKlilp of llio coni.ly, orgimiring
clMm, mid i)ri)iritij5 for llioroitgh cniiVHHH
f e.ich Ruhool diblrict. Let tm litvo our
irionl octWo muI prudent 111011 put foi ward
In hed the elnli", and lend in the nctivo
worV of the cftmpnigtl. Ciiaxt Biid Coi.pax
liotild hre Uvro majority in lliis county,
tid it only reopwre thorough work lo in
sure it. We exhort our IriemU to get into
the Imrneas at onco and put tho cur in motion.
WELL AND TRULY SAID.
Fii upttking of tho iinlifloienco of our
roiigret-aioi l nervnnl", and tlio diiTivuliy
with whith a quorum Ih ninintnlned 11 1 work
n tho fntrriml lievrnuo D.ll, on nocnunt of
the crest dohii 0 of meiubcrs to go homo mid
'fix tip their next eloolio-i," many of whom
are nlroudy lit homo liecnUHO Ihry don't nee
any electioneering capital in a tits bill, the
Cincinnati Gutcttti pertinently trnya :
We rj tempted fo remark upon thia nrerpniver
Vi(T niel about their next election, aa Dr. Sam
Jonsaovttid to tho liquor seller, a-limn ho repiorud
' Air hi biMinea.i, and win. irnra tho exeuao thnl
he ran at lire. Tho stem iiinrnlist n'plied that he
mw no iioed of hia lirinii. Aud an wo limy a.iy
rhal we see no vital ucodof their ro-olectiou.
And the G tietti oontinuo to gtvo eomt
wholeBomo tinlh in this wino.
IT tho wholeaalo slrikinir on" of tuxea, nithnut
Hie capacity to adjuat the meaua of revenue to the
xpeadititrea and (leninniU of the publio (nith II
the cutting ifcurn i( nirotirintioiia, without cur-
' tailing Hni 'f ho iiiiixaohnioiit failure, nnd
in re vnnrinoiw Und grants to mllroada, aro the
principal items that thia sersion can bhow, it la
reall; not a rltal Dutturtolhe public that thoinrin
brra shall be re-olerteti. And wo hnrea notion
Mist if thia Conjrpas hna not tho ciirairo to cut
down tho army and narr to a peace footing, and to
rigidly eut down all the mititarr paraphoronli.i
that hat grown upon a groat war, and to (top the
land' pluniicit, and to bring tho Frvudmon'a Bureau
tft an enrt with the- gathering of the preaent erv,
amt tn artjirst Hie expeoditurea and revenue, it lit
hare to gie place to another.
Tmai A. II RNDKieKa, the Copprriiend
United States Senator of Indiana, in begin
lilng to loom uy as a cumpetitor with Tr.s
Pl.aTON and Chahk lor tlie Domorratio mini
ination for the Presidency. Tho proRpcct
is that if FitNPt.KTON's supportors should fail
ti notniimto their Ohio chumpinn, they wil,
unite with other opponents ofCitASR itt fa
vor of. IIjcMMtii'K. and nominate him.
A I.aror portion of tho Jew a, ss a body
appear to be making a dead set again!
Grant, in tevengo for bis having once or
sleied soma of thn thieving mombers of thoir
tribe ot of liin MiMtarv rVpartment. When
we remcmbor that the Jewa cruoiMed CumsT
wehavono right to export that thoy will
show Grant much favor.
IVmi.icUen. Ukakt was uctiug Stcrelniy
of War, Anprrw JonsanN, 111 a nicxKnge
Tongrcss, declared that " great reduetions
t'f t xpotiecs bad been effected irtidcr bis sd
ministration of the War Department, lo (he
t iving of million to Ot 'JYtHisnry." Tet
now tho JonsRoN party pretend thut Chant
Las no capacity lor civil nflaits.
rr is said thut a ctu7.y man in Wenlern
New York is trying to do without food
until the 1'oiuth tf July. Tho lemoeratio
parly, which has gone eray nith much ndo,
about nothing done, fhonM attempt such
fi.vt. They will then, peihups, havo
atomaih fur aiything, and they will not
svuch an one.
Taa folViwing relebrated chntactcrs
rposed t cn. Or ant: Wknwi.l rim.
arrrs, 1 arkkr rii.i.sm-RV, t. L.. ALLAN
fiGiiA, E. Caiv Stanton, Hiihk I'iimfkhv
Fvssn II. Antiiokt, aud Fkknanoo Wooi
With such a combination agiintt him
must be about right.
Al.RX. II. pTFi-iik.vs and Ukuschki. V.Johs
box have born urged to be present at
meeting 01 the ft Atioi.nt Demuciatic Couvcii
JfoRKlskXT iroei for IVndlelnn. lull think
the New Yolk delegation M ill wlo fui Chase
We see the Plutocracy have called their
f.ong regional Convention to meet nt
w.leoi o4i Thursday, tho '-M l day of July
this suggests, the idea thut it would
weft to iMild tlvo Ueimlilicaii Cnngrcsiiiiitl
Convention also t NapnUon. It' the Con
vention is ti bo I il l outside, of Toledo,
und we sco no reason why it should nut
Uiero aro iiiitiy reason why Napoleon
should havo tho prtfciemc. This county
we believe will not picxciil a candidate
Kro the Convention, therefore it will 11 II
tio claims lo hold it huro. Wo are situ
aled googrsphic.tily nearer ho tenter
liiti DiMi ii I lliau airy other town of
iuipoitar.co within its limits. Our railroad
o'l hotel (audioes are good aud the energy
uod spirit ot our Kepublii-sus iinsin um
We submit tlieso fuels lor llio cotiiileiatiii
of llio t'onr eimionul I'loinnitlie. Intstiiig
they will nppieuulo llio i xpeilicm y
i d ling tho Ciivciilioii at this plato.
jicury CuHittjf JSijmuI.
That Hie tinning election., both in October and
November, will n 't bo Inferior In Import inre hr
' sny In which ilia American people have been lay
Vnlved sinco (Ik beginning of (lis (hivctnnuint, Is
fuel admitted hy all who have watched the pro-!
greet of national event. Tlio campaign Involves
tli stability of Hie fundamental truths of popular
f nvrramvhl ; mil the complete triumph of Re
publican idea a snd Republican principles 1 an
absolute necessity loan unspotted national name
to unimpaired national credit In nntairwshcd
national. hsner. Mu wwtliior uabki mh1I U In-
tcvliedhpnn ourhanucr limn those placed there by
rfricagn Convention, on the Slslof Msy.asd
the olection of these gallant ntandnrd-benrers wilt
i an honor to the American peopla that will
command the roapoct aud challunge the admira
tion of the wuild.'
lint the aCTcrett and ni"al rloaely-rontealed alrng
Rle will take phico in tho election of Stale oflicera,
and that of Iti-pfi-rcnlftlirea In onr National Con
grciis. Our Stale ticket Is a good ono, and to in
Mire its election by a linndsnino majority, all Unit
is reipiircd ia enrnent, xealoua work, and thorough
orgaiiixntion. To nminlnin our preaent represen
tation, however, in Congress, and, if poasiblo, to
increase It ihould bo tho great end and aim of tho
Hepuhlicsn party. As the Democracy have no
hope of electing their candidntu, whoorer ho may
le, for Presidential honors, they will concentrate
all their eflnrla hjr fnir means, and by foul, to so
euro a woiklng majority In CongreR. On the
election of ItcprrrcnhitivcR, therefore, will hinge
the hottest of the h.ittle. t'pon Hint point ivlll be
concent rated nil the subtlety, idringlh, malignity
nnd desperation they enn bring to bonr. ('pon
that they will iiinke their heariest charges, led b.y
tlu lr imift skilled dmcinlinariiins.' Hera it is thn.
they must bu luet with strength, courage and nuin-b-raauirieient
to repel orery nttuck. It is niviid
therefore, Hint wo pluco in noniiniilion men, not
only tried and true to the principles that wo hold
high orcr nil, hut whoso wisdom, experience nnd
ability in tlie Intricacies mid equitable adjustment
of laws relating to tax nnd tlnnuce nro unques
tioned men who will carry with thetn tho full
strcng h of the pnrty, who enjoy tho entire confl
denro of every member of tho pnrty, nnd who, at
the ssmo linio, will couiuiuiid even the re up cut of
The (line Is clnso nt linn I, when tho Republican
party of the Tenth District will bo culled upon tn
make their choice of a candidate for Rcprccutu
tivo In the Forly-Prsl Congress of the United
Stntes. With tho expiration ol tho Fortieth Con
gress, our present Representative, linn. J auks M.
Ahiii.kt will havo completed ten years in the rep-
seutatloii of the Tenth Congressional District of
Ohio. How uhly nnd rlliclently it h.is been rep
resented wo do not propose to discuss nt this
time. Those nrquaiutcd with his Congressional
career can settlo the queation for themselres, un
aided by any comments from us, either of praise
or c:mdcuiniitinn. Ono thing, however, U certain
a certainty that carries with It its o.vn proof
that our present member of Congress csn not carry
ith him the strength of the Republican party,
nnd has not done so since l.HilO. In 1.H02 n largo
pnition of tho Republican party opposed his flec
tion, and since that time, this opposition, Instead
of diiuluishiiig, has Hteudily increased. This one
fact, if there were 110110 other, is of snlllcient Im
portance to demand a change. It is, by nn nutans
measure of either wisdom or prudence to thus
ihject tho psity to tho riskofdefent and disasten
in this Difitrirt, every two years, ns hns been the
caso in the hist three Conrexsioiinl campaigns.
It may ho well for each nnd every thinking mem-
hrrof the Republican party to canvnss this matter
arnuslly lor himself, without pntainuor prejudice.
If, alter mature deliberation, tho necessity of a
chnngu is apparent, let the delegates bo to in
structed, slid Itt tlionUUof tho people bo in
spected. In tho event of such a change, the successor of
Mr. Aslll.RY should bo a man true and tried,
huso integrity and fealty tn tho pnrty has nercr
been questioned, who inspires tho cond lenco of
every Republican, and thoestoem of nil men with.
out regard to party. We would havo a man whose
irentlcmanly bcniing aud suavity or ninnncp
whoso wise discretion and mature judgment, and
whoso long aud extensive experience in the most
intricate details of equitable and ju.licioua legis
lation, would be an honor to the Dintriot, and com
mnnd the luflnenco and inspire the confidence of
his co-laborers In the National Halts of Igisla
thin. We would have a nun who would give us
more practical, and less theoretical legislation-
more of tho real, and not so much of tho Ideal-
more of tha iiscrol and not to mueii 01 ine
ornamental in a word, one who would regard
the interests of hia constituents above that of
personal preferment. I 'pon such a linn tho Re
publican party of this District could harmoniously
unite, aud tho Old Tenth would roll up a majority
in October next unprecedented ia the past.
Without designing any disparagement of the
fitness and qualifications of the sovoral gentlemen
named In connection with that position, we ven
ture, on our own responsibility, to name Hon
J amiss C. Hai l, of Toledo, our present able and
experienced State Senator, aa our choice as a sue
cessor to onr present Representative. He ia
gentleman whose merits and litnots for the posi
tion hnve been extensively discussed in private
cadet all over the District uue who possesses.
in an eminent degree, all the qualifications wc
have described. Ho combines, in our judgment:
all the elements of character, ability and experience
requisite for the duties Involved in a proper disposal
of the Tnx, Tariff nnd Unaueiul questions Issues
and responsibilities which must become the iiu
portant feature of n.itioniil legislation. A career
of many years as President of the Cincinnati
Chamber of Commerce, and tire .cars past
worthy and able Senator from this Diitlrie! in tho
Ohio Legislature, four of which he has been the
honored Chulrnian of tho Financo Cutuuiitteo
the Senate, in our humble opinion, eminently At aud
qualify him for the position. If nominated, harmo.
nious action and united effort will contribute to
triumphant rlectiou by an overwhelming ma
loritv. aud we are conn. lent that the Tenth
District would ncrer havo reason to regret the
choice titer had nude.
[From the Bucyrus Journal.]
Proud of Pendleton.
Tho Cleveland IbniM t.ivs that apart from
piditirt OiNirge II. I'undlelon is s citizen of whom
Ohio may Well bo proud.
Against this the Sandusky AVji'w. r enters a firm
protest w hich we put into our machine aud
ioilhwilh ground out the following 1
riiovu or rRNPi.iTON.
Frond of the uniu who claimed onr Nation
Could not woik out itt own salvation I
I'rou.l of the Coperhead who tail. lit
Our I'ninn heroes wrongfully fought I
I'nuid of lb miserable sham
Who plotted with ValUndigham I
)'iud of the narrow minded tool
1'ivd in irgiui.i'a rebel aclnsd,
V ho ncrer proles; dared to raise
Against the rebels' bloody waist
Proud of the man w ho uouglii could tsy
Against Ft. I'lllow'a bhHHly fray,
Who saw out soldiers starved iu death,
And silent lived with baited breath!
1'ivud of tho wretched partisan
Who feared to speak out like a man,
Hut skulked iu Democratic shade.
And at these crimes no protest made I
1'roud ol luui as an honest Naiiuu,
Vile leader of repudiation!
Proud .f his Deuiorratio knavery,
That shouted Freedom, aided Slavery I
1'roud of the ahallnw msu who shared
A lying p'allonu, which declared
Tho war a failure., when our honn't
Were crushing out the Southern Nero, t
Ciieat heaven I hen proud of 1111 h as be,
lay Hal.tii then lx punnl or mo.
Aunt T a ilozoi lodi iii kkelotons bav
boon (lug up at Itiughuinplon, M. V.
somo ciavia relies ol curious tdiapo weir
liiiliul.coiiNiMtiiii; of wheels, l.ua und ti es
tents t u out ol vetv liai d atoms Thesr
w ere well Im med, uud were piolmbly used
as tlimiiis. A Hint snow load wan found
in one grave, unit in another a soi l ol knife
or iIum I, weilga tduped, made ol veiy haul
Mtotio l a gU'i'iii.h 1 idol', This kmlo was
v nil 11 1 ly iim'.I in t-K 1 iiIiihk uiiiiii.iIh, sa
pi 1 iihiii hi. sli u, lion wi.ii! 1 make It limit
kotia von. nt lui thut puipubv tn-u u:.y olhir
[Correspondence of the Perrysburg Journal.]
LETTER FROM COLORADO.
NXTADA ClTT, Cni.OIIAnO,',
June 17, IKn.S. '
DmaS JottRMAf. 1 This being my first letter,!
suppose It is Incumbt-nt upon me to make my
first bow in proper style, but 1 refute tn d so.
ly audacity la unparalleled. 1 write as 1 pteaae,
In spite of the great over-grown baby, yclept The
Public. As the learned Doesticka observed,
" What tre you going to do tlxMil It T" f
Colorado, the nnmo of aur Territory, Is a Span
ish word meaning ruddy, florid, so defined by
Vsi.AiqfB'., who ought to know, This term
was first applied to tho Colorado River, wbeto
waters tre of a reddish line. It was not conferred
up m our country because Hit snid country has a
llorid oomplexion, nor because its women are red
beaded, but well t don't know why.' Some think
it aught to be failed IW, whioh signifies green,
because people are green enough tn be hum
bugged into the belief that they enn make an) thing
here. I don't, becnuso green is not in near the
color of gold at red Is, and greenbacks are not as
"good at gold." If I had to name tho place, I
would cull It Oro. As it is, If 'twero not thnl the
people would think I was a Democrat, I would
propose a compromise and call it Colnradoro, lint
"whnt'sina mi mc 7 " Hi i.i.v Siiakrri'RAiik says.
So say I, unless it's a girl's name, aud then, I must
confess, there 'a something in it, Uiixy to the cou
I wouldn't advise you to oelievo all that you
hear about tho riches of this country, ntlbough
its an undoubted fart that
"There's gold out hern, most anywhere,
You can pry it out with an iron crow-bur 1
And whero its to thick, with the shovel and the
Von cm get It out In chunks as big at a brick.
I know a nun who pried nut two or throo
chunks of that lite, but he pried them out of a
mining agent's safe and got prio I into tho cala
boose in consequence
I suppose you will think I nm crazy. I am.
I have been 'raving for somo time on tho subject of
Father UmxM, the only lucid ioterrnl I hare had
for three weeks being to inftirirt my astonished
attendants that " Old Hover was tho finest dog
thnl ever ran a race." Notw ithstanding nil thi,
I continue to wield niv pen (Mail I mighty pen 1)
in defense of old maids' societies, and blighted
nflWlinns to cats, poodles, etc. Ki.ixtiiKTii Stan
ton lAUV nnd others ot her toity style ol genius
have perfected nn organization which thev
term the Sorosis, or ns my irreverent fiiend hath
it, Sorry-sis. Hail ! all liail tho day
When woman shall tako her place to think
When stomp and forum shall usurp the loom,
Ami squaw ling untjli s in the jury-room
Make Justice tremble. When precocious girls
Shall pnuso in speeches to do up their curls."
A little boy is sitting on the fence across the
road, whistling " Old ihin Tin ker." Every now
nnd then, as he entches my intellectual glance, he
elevates his thumb lo his noso and tw irls his fing
ers in the air. 1 tear to go out and tackle with
the j'niingHter.nn nrcountof his belligerent mamm i,
who list a marriageable dsughier. What shall I
dot A luckr thought stiikes inu. I'll show him
up in the J01 iinai.. As he sits straddle of the
fence, I pcrcievo in him nn emblem of the mil k -
niid-w.iter conservative, who, not having moral
courage cuough to declare himself in favor of
ri:ht or w rong, ts a rence-rider. The litllo Tel
low's feet, by fr.quent contact with mother earth,
havo become, slightly discolored, lly the hsiks of
hit mouth I should judgo he had lately Hindu' the
acquaintance of Lord H.110M. Hut I forbear, on
account of tho daughter s'or s viil, who, being
versed in the Spanish language, will readily
translate my Spanish cognomen into the original
I'.ngllsn, thereby discovering who I am; then fine-
well lo my hones of domestic bliss
Will I write again T Quixit $i. nio'i-ia no, nm'tai
7iVh tab: CAHHI'M'KKO,
Mr. C'hnso's Dtmocrncy.
From tho Cincinnati Chronicle, June 22.
It is claimed, and tn somo extent it in
believed, that Mr. ('hank was), nt somo po
nod of hiH life, n IVinocrut. Tho Now
York llnriltl,o Friday lust, editorially and
otlierwisn, m.ikua a great tllirt lo prove
that Mr. Ciiahr was, at lieni t, a Democrat.
I ho following; record, howuver, sIiowh tlie
stupidity of such pretwiHioiiH :
In 1820, Mr. CIiiiho (aired 2H) mippnrteil
VYni. Henry Mui'iisuii, 111 opposition lo
In 1840 ho supported Harrison, in oppo
ai t ion to Van lluren.
In 1811 ho supported Jas. 0. Uirney, ii.
opposition to 1'olk and ('lay.
In 1818 ho supporteil 1111 Huron, ill op
position to Cukr und Tnvlor.
In lb.ri ltd supported John 1. Halo, in
opposttt.in to rioieo and Scott.
In IBJ.i hn was elected uovcrnor !
Ohio by tho UepublicatiH.
In In.id ho supported Fremont, in oppo
sition to Ducliauan and I lilmoro,
In 18.) 7 ho was elected Uovernor ol
Ohio by tho Republicans'.
In lntit) no supporteil Lincoln, in opposi
tion to Dotighia, lircckinridcfc, and Hell.
In 18b I ho supported Lincoln, in oppotti
tion to McClcllau.
Tho fuct is, Mr. Clmso nover wan a Pom-
ocrat as his record allows and never
acted with ttio Democratic party, except
in 1 1 1 too notable itiHtances. Font, w hen iu
ler.i lie ami ins iitilo iiunitlttl ol rrce-sniiers
traded with thn Dumocrats and tnado him
self United .States Souator. Second, in 18C1
when bo opposed coercion und favored
letting, tho South go, until tho whole Fo
pttblicun party, ou 1 tho best part of the
I'ciuouiutio party, nan ittciureii 111 luvor 01
tlio governnient. ilnnl.in I8GS when, ns
Cluel Justico of tho l.intod Stalos, he
soiled bis judicial robes by lug; loll.ng willi
bouatoiB nairsl itnpeaehtncnt.
[Written for the Perrysburg Journal.]
"WHATEVER IS, IS RIGHT"—RELIGIOUS
"Thy will bo done,"-Jets.
"And though llio thumler-crash may come
Aud lor a time n'crw helm,
Tis only winking up the sun,
For Uod is at the helm." Davis.
"Ilia wisdom ironies our baroue below
Through all the storuia aud scenes ol woo," Jonks
If this great Gentile world of nun Wonld prnc
lice the precepts of this philosophy, if its pulsa
tious Were in unisi 11 Willi tllee truths, if the
crystal drops of love which gush from this bean
leous fountain watered the tteiile soul of humanity,
what s barmonial brotherhood ma-ikind would
bet Then would the diviuest ideals of earth be
eouio imperishable reals ; then would the temple
of the soul be the thriuo of love, hope, happiueM
The Sciipturri nlHiund with passages whie
teach ua thut tnfieriiig, evil, tin, are necessary
Ingredients in life; thai man progresses only
llirongh vioIhIioii of law and consequent punish
meiit , that tion ia the author of all and onlers all
is " at the brim ; " that all things are, at they of
necessity must be, right.
" 1 havehoseu thee in the furnace of alBie
1 will refine them as silver is refined, aud will
try iru-in as gout is irieo."
' Whom the laud loveth He rhasteneth,"
"lion shall teud them strong delusion, that
Iher should believe a lie."
' If a prophet be deceived, I the Lord have do
ce. veei mat piopnet.
" Can tha Kthmpisu change bia akin, or the
leopard bit .pots T etc.
It It uicleia to attempt to explain away these
texts, for we must either reject the llible or accept
the doctrine it so plainly leaches. It was Goo's
will that Adah should fall and Ji't'AS proyn s
trsitor. He put a Ivinjf spiiit in the mouths of
Auad'i prophets to accomplish the destruction ol
that king. Ho deceived Fxikikl so continually
that ip. vines admit that hook to be a mystery to
great that Ihry do not pretend to uudcrtfland it.
lie tempted the man after his ow u heart to num
ber las Am. thut he might vi.it that people with
an evil. He hardened the beail of PuaaoAOaud
instigated Sai l to persecute Daviii.
The Rival religious inaxiun contained iu thia
philosophy are the laws of Faith, llo sud
Chaiiiy. Cukist taught hit followers plainly tud
di.iiniily that all things were rij-ht aud Pai l
the proud, passionate, r lined convert -lrew the
legitimate iufeieue,t fioni hij Master's dortrme
and inlomit us thai the Christian virtues are
F411I1. Hope, 1 1: lily. We aio iuviled tu ujud"
Li t toirt lvv-, " U' fully piuuadvd iu our vwu
1," if lhl he not the hit.lcnl deductioa from ,
premises lakl dona by jRstt.
Fnitk In Ood la the necessary sequence of those
premises. If He Is the Controller, the Arbiter,
then all events are only so many methods of soul
discipline sod til His woiks sie for the best. lie
refining ns In the furnace against w hich we
murmur. Then come what may though the
wind blow east or west) the heavy clouds obscure
the iky, or the brilliance of the inn be scattered
round t the ark is tossed lo and fro by the billows,
r retting In peace nn the mount ; the rocky path,
ways of life be encircled with thorns, or strewn
with flowers I leading to the blood-stained cross,
the gilded crown yd the disciple of these
truths hns a pure, simple, holy faith, trusting al
ways In Cod, through all the vicissitudes of life.
exclaiming t "Although the fig tree shall not
blossom, neither shall fruit be in tho vinos ! the
labor of the olive shall fall, and the fields shall
yield nn meat; the flock shall be cut off from the
fold, there thall be no herd in the Mailt t yet I
will rejnico in the Lord, I will joy in the God of
Jlnjin, the beautiful, Jewelled anchor of the soul,
follows in the train. Like the m i smiling through
the tearful face of Nature, so Hope leads the care
burdened soul to look through the alllictions and
evils of life to the great good being wrought
thereby, and shows her smiting fsco through all
the dirk clouds of woo which o'erhang the night
OuirUy, the end of the Commandment, tho
greatest of virtues, tha parent of love, comes to
bind us in a closer brotherhood by its gotden ties.
When wo understand that evil committed by Our
neighbor ia only the tripping of the immortal sonl
against the stumbling-blocks of earth -life; thnl all
his actions are, prr tho result of law, condition
circumstances; our chnrity expands tilt it cm
braces tho entire world. Like Denton, who care
fully plnckrd the mosquito from his swollen hsnd
and let it go free, saying, " Poor thing, I will not
kill yon ; it is ji ur nature to bite ;" we say, "I
will not blame you ! rou act In too wny vim aro
compelled nnd ss Nature and Nature's Uod direct
There is nothing in this inimical to true re
ligion ; nothing derogatory to tied. H teaches us
resignation. Absolute religion and regeneration
is Hint point where man's submission is complctj
and man's will and liod's will lire the snuie. It
is that point where man - looking over the works
of creation: evil and good, rain and sunshine
win'pr nnd spring, vice nnd virtue, lovo nnd hnte,
whnte'er bo his lot; can say from the deep, mur-
niiiiing fountains of the soul s "Thy will bj done."
bet 111 try lo attain that position.
Wk lnwc recently been told of n mar, who
had been votiui; tlm I'cpiihlicun ticket, but
vlio bad conceived tliat in Homo wny ho
had been wronged by the (lovermneut. Hu
remarked Unit " tho (iovernnieiit miht go
to h II,' mid Htmilitwuy united liiniNoll
willi the Democratic party ! Sinid if, inu'l
it, that when a man wmita to send tho Gov
ernment to h II, ho votes tho Democratic
ticket 1KwiiHts Chief.
a mnr. r,.,m in i, 11 ram .r in..ini
into a family. A German girl is preferable.
For particulars, inquire nt tho Shepler House,
'errvsburj;, Ohio, lor a tew days.
iu- ti. K. l'Altlf-i;.
AltOUT the latter pnrt of May, a BAY C01.T
straved from mv nreinises. in Swan Creek
Township, Fulton County, Ohio. The Coll is trim
built, two years old, and no white murk nhnut it;
ho only distinguishing mark about tho Colt is a
scar oii its under lip. A liberal reward will be
paid Tor its recovery, and a line addressed to the
subset ibcr, stating such fact, will receive prompt
intention. Address W. .M. IIOLLIS, P.O. Ilox M,
Siviiutou, Lucas County, Ohio. lUd
S. E. PARDEE,
riIIR Cole! rated Horse Doctor, is now stopping
L f ir a short time at tlio Shoidtr House, tiring
slong y.uir Sick sad Ciippled Horses, nod ho will
tell y..ii if 1 0 can cure Ihtni. Nn charges for
examination. Treatment reasonable.
10 . K. l'AUDKE.
HE El) & IIOEEIOElt,
Harness & Satltllcry nianuf.iflurers,
lM.ltltVMtl let;, Oil 10,
flAKE pleasure in informing tho public Hint
1 they will promptly attend tn nil orders en
trusted lo them in their line. All their work war
ranted to In done with neatness and dispatch, 11
rensnmiulo rales. id
TTACIIJIKS r NOTM I",.
Esther Franklin and Amiss Franklin (her hus
band), plaintiIVs, vs. D. N. Wait, defendant.
Dut'ore A. liobcrtsnn, J. P. of .Middleton Town
ship, WimhI Count v, Ohio.
On the 8lh day of June, A. D. 1S18, said Justice
issued an order of attachment in tho alsiro action,
for the sum of Nineteen Dollars nnd Ninety-three
Cents. KSTUKU FliAN KLLV.
Middleton, Juno 13, 1868. 10c
"I TAV1XG recently ref tted onr Job Department
X I. Willi new Iv pe nml mnteiial, we nro now
prepared to executti. more cllicicnlly and promptly
than ever before, every description of
SIT II AS
Hills ol Lulling,
i:u 1I0 ps.
OF ALL KINDS,
lrinted in Any Color,
rosters, (it ru!ai,
rrosrardiucs and fatalosuos
Of every description and style, six? and design,
suit all parlies, executed iu the neatest
unmoor, and at prices as low as
any other ulliee.
ADDKIXS CAUDS, m,d
IN A VARIETY OF COLORS.
Wo aro also prepared to execute
Uriof Work lor lawyers,
With dispatoh, and at reasonable ratea.
. JOURNAL OFFICE,
Stock of Superior Groceries.
FTAVINU recently purchased the Stock of Cro
l A corics formerly kept by Ueorge Poe'sch, will
continue the business at the same location,
Louisiana-avenue, and would invite the attention
of Ihe public gcucrallr to tueir excellent stock of
I'ustirpassed by anr other Grocery Stoct in Per
rysburg, comprising, in pari
Teas. Spices, Colters, Sugars, Sirups, Canned
Fruits, S.wps, Candles, llread, Crackers, Cau
dles, Tobacco, Ogata, Wooden Ware in vari
ety.lhe Pimluee of the ti.irden, the Farm,
ami the D.iirv in rhoi t, alinort every
Ailicleiind Notion that enters into the
healthy Kcnomy of the Household.
l-if A cordial iuvitalion ia vileiided to llou.-o
M-r. and all oiln i. 1,1 call aud judc fui lUem
ele ol I Ills eiellenl klmk.
I'vrixtbtiis, April 2, litit-. ij
SOKE GOODS AND ClIEATEt VT THAN. EVER.
S. W. WIIITMOKE & CO.!, ,
HAVE received their second mammoth Impor
tation m ("print" nd Ititmmef ttnnda,
direct from the Eastern markets, and at such flg
ares ss will enable them to sell l.ower'thaU
r-.ver. We have a full line of '
DrcHS Goods, Dress Trimmings, nnd
1 FANCY GOODS.'""
There never was a finer assortment of Ladies,
Misses and Children s
Rhors, Hllnpers, fintters. Ilnttoa ffhoes
and other kinds, brought to Ibis market, or at more
reasonable prices ; also,
Iloota nntl Shoes for Everybody-,
IN HATS AND CADS,
Onr thick Is full and complete, embracing every
variety und style that humanity may desire.
Iu the Department of
DltUaS & MEDICINES,
May bo found,
Oils, I'ainls. Dye Stuffs, Family Medicines, Por
fuineties, Fancy Articles, Notions, to.
Our Stock of Orocerica
Is a large ono, and of the best qnnllty. Persol s
de.iiing Crockery, (Slneswaro, Tablo Cutlery,
Tens, Sugars, Coffees, Spices, eVc, iVc,
can not find a better stock anywhere to select from.
PROVISIONS AND FLOUR,
Of tho best quality, at tho lowest mill price.
NEW HARDWARE STORE.
BLISS, WlIlTMOllE & CO.
Have in this Department everything Hint enn be
thought ot, from a paper of Tacks to a Threshing
Machine, and tins lull assortment ol
a KNIJIIAL.-IIAUI5 WA 1 1 13
Is offered nt Toledo prices to cash customers Our
stock comprises, iu part, Shelf Hardw are, Heavy
Hardware, Saddlery Hardware, Iron, Nails, Glass,
Locks, llutti, Screws, lline;cs, and in fuel every
thing that goes into building and repairing, or is
used uoout tlie llou.se or r si in.
These we have in utmost endless variety, and
we ore prepared to lumiih the Farmers of Wood
County with none hut Standard Implements, and
the best III the market. Included in these inav be
fi-iind Plows, Cultivators, Harvesters, linkers,
.Mowcis, Mi. iw -cutlers, Malk-cullcrs, &c., Ac.
Our First-class Saw-mill
Is now in successful operation, and wo are prc-
paieil 10 unique bills ol
Xs u m 13 e n
with promptitude nnd nt the lowest rates. Cull on
us for a good article of
Doors, Sii' li, ltlinds.
Door mitt Window Finrac,
I'ickets, II racket",
I.utliK and .'Shingles.
337" In one word, we can furnish the Farmers
nnd citizens of this -county with almost everything
they may require, ana
Wo Deiy Competition!
Duth as regards quality and low prices.
There is no limit to Ihe quantity of Wool we
want. We dnn't euro particularly about having it
drawn over our eyes, out nevertheless wenre pre.
pared to purchase ALL Till-: WOO I, thut every
nun 111 tho county lias to sell, ana will give llio
Very Illglit-st Marltrt 11 it o.
Ilring all tho Wool you have, whether it be
pound or a tun.
S. W. WIHTMOllE & CO.
Tontogany, June 2i, 1808. i2tz
leck, mauler & Co.,
Tontogany, Wood County, O.,
STATLF. AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
HOOTS AVD SnOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
YANKEE N0TI0KS, 4C.
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
Farmers of Washington Township and vicinity;
we pay the
Highest Market Price in CASI
FOR GRAIN & PRODUCE.
Wo havo ample storage for any quantity of Grain
CORN IN TUB EAR
Deing at all times ready to take vour sm-pluggrain
e say 10 one sou all
BRING IT ALONG.
Toktoqant, March .18, 1867. 3fi
AXITFACTUIIEK of and Denier in Saddle
i'l. It irncss. Collars, 11 links, llri- ,a V
dies, Whips, Halters, and iu fact nl-fo.
most every article conneeted with vL 7 (J
the Saddlery and Harness depart
ment, in the manufacture of which is used tho very
best or stock in Hie market.
None but the best of workmen are employed
ami nit orovrs Illicit by me time specuieil.
I'lMOKS LOW, and all work made according
to contract, uu l w arranto 1 lo give tatistactiou.
Carringo Trimming nntl Repairiii
Done lo order and promptly attended to.
A good assortment of
On hand. Call und see lor yourselves before pur
Iff' Hides, drain and almost every article
rurm pi.iiluee taken in exchange.
J-ff" lliKsis sent free of charge to any point on
the liaiiroaii. 4 1 is
J. T. KYMElt,
Xon to-uny, Wood County, Ohio,
FARRIER &. BLACKSMITH.
Manufacturer of all styles of
WAGONS, CARRIAGES & CUTTERS.
All work turned out by liiin is warranted
X. II. He has bad considerable experience
FA 11 It I Ell,
Aud warrants cure ia Horses diseased with
Lameness arising from bad shoeing, or those
having contracted feet.
Of" Farmers, give him s call ; he will do your
business well sud promptly.
Tontogany, February it, lS.'iS. 42zx
O. F. DAVIS, M. D.,
Physician nnd Siuoon,
(Late AtsuUut St.rgcou iu the 8th Ohio Cavalry)
is rssasNK.sri.r mx atio at
Toiitottuuy, Wood Count), O.
Manufacturer sad Dealer iu
llootn ami SI1008,
Eivliesi' tlnitorH, &e.
ToiitogMuy, Wood County, tl.
I4f Particular attention paid to Cuatoui De
partment. Sales low for Heady-pay,
;.'CdU paid lur U.Jw. 42t
Tho Spring Reason Is upon us, and It promises
to be a busy ono. It U very certain that Farms
can not pay tho Farmer without rightly directed
labor. As helps to Farming, I havo numerous
which may be mado lo pay for themselves during
tho season, and earn those who use them a very
largo interest on their Cost.
As Agent for some of the boat Manufacturers, 1
can offer purchasers unusual Inducements. Every
Machine will be warranted, and will perform all
that is claimed for it.
Purchasers will always find it lo their advan
tage to get their Machines fro id a Resident
Dealer in pruferenco to a Traveling Agent. A
lies! lent Agent can al .v ys be reached tn make
good nny failure in tho warranty with the
Traveling Agent it is not altvars possible.' A
Resident Agent can also attend to repairs, which
is orteu nu important matter to the owner ol
The follow ing well-known Implements comprise
part of my large stock :
HXCISLSIOIl KKAl'Kli & MOWER
SULKY CORN CULTIVATORS,
AV00D-SAAVING MACII INKS,
THE VICTOR CANE MILL,
COOK S EVAPORATOR,
SULKY HAY RAKES,
REVOLVING HAY RAKES,
THE UNION CHURN,
BUCKEYE CIDER MILL & TRESS
&.C., &c, &c, &c.
Pcrsrsburg, June 11, 18(58. 8m
rpiIE Ladies of Perrysburg and vicinity art
A. most respectlutly tntornieu that . , ,
MRS. JARVIS SPAFF0RD
lies tastily fitted tin the Store form-rl.v occupied
by Champiicy & Wi ight for the sale of s general
Ladies' Furnishing Goods
consistino or .
. Hoop Skirts,
Hosiery snd Gloves,
Dress T ritntnings,
Laces nud Embroideries,
UibbotiS and ltuttons,
Parasols, &c, Ac,
Which she will sell at the lowest cash prices.
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING
Done to order in tho
Vilest Style and lti-nt JHa inter.
Sirs. Spafl'ord cordially invites her lady friends
to lavor her with their patronage, w ith the assu
rance that she will span) no ell 01 is to merit their
(Xear the Manmee Dridge)
ifliuitiiec City, Lucas County, O.
THE undersigned respectfully announces to the.
ciliieus of Lucss and the adjoining counties,
that he has recently clothed his cards sncw, snd
thoroughly relitted his machinery iu tlie most per
fect manner, so that he is now prepared for the
manufacturing of Wool in its various brsnches, in
a style which, for durability, will be surpassed by
ns oiner inauuiaciory, enuer castor west.
Are constantly kept ou hand, among which may
be lonnil I at si meres, tall IMotht, auiaets,
Jeans, Tareeda, 1'laiu and Twilled UlanK
eling, Plaiu and Plaid Flannels,
Sheeting sad (stocking Yarn, -Lioseys,
etc.. elo, etc.,
All of which will, if desired, be exchanged for
Wool, ou the most reasonable terms. Wool will
also be manufactured by the yard or on shares, is
customers may prefer.
Card snd Spilt Wool for Customers.
Wool Carding and Cloth Dressing,
Warranted tn be well done and to give satisfac
tion, if the Wool be frve from gum aud burrs.
I if Wool will be cheap this season, therefore
it will be to your advantage to get your Wool
manufactured into Cloth, that will do von rood
service. JAME3 E. DEAN.
T OST. On or about the I ilk day of March,
, , lwo 1 romissory otes, of Three Hoe -
Ired Dollars each, dated March lit, 1801, signed
by Leorge lyler. All pec''., a are named against
iirchasiiig said n. tes. 1IKNJ. STKEETKH.
lonlogaiiy, Juno 21, 1S6S. Vb
(BANNED FLl'ITS and Simps, warranted to bj
j an A N". 1 qualiiy, aud al the verv lowest
privet, st the 6luic il C. LEAF.
tm rna ' .
PERU YS BUKG , OHIO,
The Perrystog Samgcrtujad,
UD WniCil WCisit'u wt.s
DEDICATE Til El 11 NEW HALE
NEITHETl labor nor expense) will be spared I
make this Celebration appmprinro, atlractit
worthy of Die day that gave birth to s nation
10 Glee Clubs anil 3 Brass ami Silver Bands
giro eclat to the occasion, and contribute to
tlio varied festivities ol ttie Wny.
Will bo formed at It) o'clock A. M., ami march
through the principal streets, accompanied by tho
several Hands sad Glee Clubs, after which it will
proceed to the New Hall, where, after partaking of
A SUMPTUOUS DINNER,
THE DEDICATION CEREMONIES
Will commence at 1 )f o'clock P. M., and Hie Ex
ercises will be enlivened Willi Instrumental and
Prize Worth One Hundred Dollars.
Will he given for
THE BEST HONG,
Tho contest for which wil) take place from t to
o clock i". .M.
IDocvt 3U occ urs i o
Will be another feature of the day Hint will add
to the enjoyment of all who desire to participate.
A GRANB CONCERT
Vocal and Instrumental Music will be given in
evening, at the New II ill. participated in by
the Uauds and dice Clubs.
From Toledo, Monroe, Fremont and other nlarv.
have been Invited, and are expected to bu present
full force, together with visitors from the sur
rounding Country. Nothing shall be let! uiidunu
make the Celebration ft complete success,
worthy of the day iih.1 of t'lose who iM-rlieipate.
cordial invitation is extended to all.
J. 11. . UIHCINFItANK, President.
Joux I'aheu, Jr., Secretary. IV,
- : .... J
L r.OS leave to inform his old patrons and tho
public generally, thut ho has jns refitted his
GROCERY STORE, ;
Saloon and Ice-Cream Rooms.
Ho keeps iu the Grocery Department the
CHOICEST FAMILY GRCCEKILS,
Embracing Sugars, Teas, Cnflees, Spices, Flour,
Cured Aleuts, met all oilier articles going to
. uiuku up s complete assert ment in a,
Family Grocery Store. In tho
Will bo found Ihe best of nil Lager, Wines. Ci
gars, etc., with s gentlemanly attendant to
wait upon his customers. He also has on
Urait, iu the Grocery Department, tho
Finest, Cultlest, Clrarcst Smla Water :in Town.
No marble-d list water, but the pure Soda Water,
. .wili the .
He has also fitted up a
FIRST-CLASS ICE-CREAM ROOM,
Whero Ladies and Gentlemen csn refresh them
selves at all hours, during the Summer, at reason
able terms. He will keep on bund
Strawberries & Cream and Other Fruits.
Having received in years past a liberal share of
vour natrouuse. he hones to merit a continuance
ol your favors, trusting that he can fully satisfy
everybody who calls on lnm. - 'IS
USUKUS UMa, P .
6 Front-street, Perrysburg, Ohio.
A. II. fM! AMTNKYsj CIIAB. WBIUHT
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
CHAMPNEY &. WRIGHT,
. DllUGOISTS, ., .
PHOENIX BLOCK, PEHItYSBU'lG.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF?
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
TTE have largely increased onr ftirmer stock,
and now have the pluavnre of prus.ntisg to
tho public one of the finest assortments of Goods,
111 our lino, ever brought tu 1 errysburjj.
uur slots ul
LIMPS & LtltIP TUniMIXaiS
. Is most cs mplele. Also,
NOTIONS, FANCY ARTICLES & TOYS
IN GREAT VAIUKTy. '
We would cull especial ntteuliuti to our well-
selectod line of ; ;
Clocks and Baskets of Every Style.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes &
Patent Medicines, Iltir ltestorutires. Fluid Ex
tracts, Machine Oils, ilorso fowdars, etc.;
iu fact eveiy thing that can bo found iu a
well-sssort.d Drug Store," together
with a complete stsmtuieut of :
We have secured the services of Mr, E. N.
liLl'I, ku long aud favorably known iu this vicin
ity as s Be111lemanl.tr and obliging sslesinau, and a
practical and experienced Druggtal, and woeonli
den lly anticipate, by olose aUeniion ami a proper
regard for the wants of tho community, lo merit a
large share of public patronage.
We extend a cordial invitation to all our patrons
and the public generally to call and examine our
Goods, which we witl sell for cash st as low fig
ures ss can be bad an v where In Toledo.
CHAMPNEY & WK1GHT.
Perrysburg, Ootober IS. lSflf. 3Cn
TO THE WORKING CLASS-FarmersV Me
ehanics, Ladies, snd everybody. I sin now
prepared to furnish you with constant employment
at your homes, the whole of your time, or in your
spare moments. Huainess new, light and profita
ble. Filly tents to 9a pereveulng is tssilv earned
by persons of either sex, snd the boys sod girls
tarn nearly ss much as num. Great Inducements
are offered those who will devote their a bide time
to ihe business, snd that evory person who sees
this nolice may send me their address, snd test
the business lor themselves, I make the following
unpsrallelod offer To all who are n-4 well satis
nvd with the busiueas, I will ""I ', f' r
the tnoible of writing me. Full pariieulaM, it.
roctions. Stc, sent free. A sample will bo seat by
mail to all who aend 1 cents. Addresa
8d E. C. ALIEN, Coti jisis, Otlitt.
,0,. .. . Uraw iu Groceriea. oall si the
TTUJ' !J " l LEAF,
- " w
"I OH WII1IK, la all tlvies huh colors, neairy rx-
I ... 11,1-1, V t I t L- L' I . ' .'
vented at tlie
C COFFEES, Tess, Sugars snd Spiers iu Variety,
J Uah ss to ijuaiiiy aud price, st ihe C.nui-iy
bluiu of C, l.l.AF.