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VOL. XVI.
PERRYSBUEG, O,, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 18GS.
Perrysburg Journal.
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ts pi'nusiiKD kvkrt Friday mohxin'o hY
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All" Transient and Leg-al Advertisements mnst
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iJff Attorners r nnr.n BKsrovaiai, Sir nil
adrertisements handed in or anthemed by thorn,
unit for Hi" publication of nil Sheriff Sals notices,
the writs fur which they order out.
JOB PRINTING.
Wear prepared to execute all kinds of Job Work,
nuchas Posters, Mule Hills. Programmes. Invita
tions, Itu-dncss Cards, Visiting Cards. Wadding
Cards, Checks, Labels, Pamphlets, Hill Heads,
lllanks, etc., etc., in the most satisfactory in inner.
Tho following are the rates for Sheet Hills:
?5 i Sheet Hills '. f2 00
Ml H i SO
100 i -- 3 "n
2i U ! -r"
60 K '
1ft i ; ' ..' ' , 8 ill
1 Oil i 0'
100 Full-sheet Hill H
Onleis will be tilled nt short notice, and upon
the most reasonable terms.
' Zif Printing of every kind, whether job work
or advenlsimr, which is done for any association,
. society, public mooting or political party, wiU be
charged to the person or persons ordering the
same, who will he held responsible tor payment.
uii.iM.ric TUiJioxs,
; ; Publishers nnd Proprietors.
BUSINESS CARDS. O
E. G. BRADLEY,
Physician, nntl Surgeon.
"VFFtCK over 0. Hescli's Store. Residence
) Mrs. Houston's, Front-street, Penyslmrg,
Ohio.
; S ' . .
PERRYS BURG MEAT STORE.
JOH i. HOFFMAN
TTAS removed his Meat Store to tho building re
J. J. centlv occupied' by the Ifnrdwnrc Store, on
Louisiana Avenue. An excellent quality of Meat
;s aiWftVSKapinu iiunu.ii which lie mvuoun ni
lontiou of all ioversof a juicy Iloast,or a tender
Stculc.
Porrysburg, November 6, 18B5. 3zi
Vivo Insurance Agency.
., ,. JOHN l'OWHUS, .
rr.HIl VNHI ltJ, OHIO,
Is Agent for. that first-class Insurance Company,
LOItIM, 1KO Xcw York.
Cipilal..,.....;...., ...;.......... tl,4,03 30
Parties having buildings or personal property of
anv description to insure, will find it to their inter
est to give me a call. JOHN POWIOUS,
3-U ," ' Agent, Perrysbnrg, O.
i. W, CIlAri'KL.
' ! 1 CII UM'Efi
It. D. Al l.l)
'House and Stn Painting,
GRAINING,
Glazing-' and Paper Hanging.
r-7 Hiiot' one noor east ot joi iin.m. uiuee,
Kront-stre,et, Punysburg, O.. 4x
JOHN A. SHANNON,
. . Attorney . and Coauscllor-at-Law,
Offioe in Phooaix Ulock, up f t.tirs,
Perrysbnrg," Olno.
J3yAttenion given to the collection of Soldici
Claims. ' ' iUz ;
. (JUOHOE STIttIN, ,;
'"aTTOKSEYAT-LaW, pKtioYsnuRo, o.,
TIAj ittond toallbiiainessconRdcd to his care
VV in the several Courts of Ohio. Military
Claims will recoivo particular attention.
, Also Insurance taken at reasonable rates.
Ollice New Hardware lluildiug, up stairs, ror-
tcrof Lnuisiuna It venue and rrontstrevt. lzz
nORAOK S. SHOWN. MVROS' C. BKOWN
' ! fHnll 'Prairie' Elevators,
xmoTtrnsr unos.,
' . I'ropriutors ; also,' DvaWrs In'
Dry CoodSrGroceilcs,Coots,Shocs,&c
- i-fCali fur all kiuJa of Gram.
- -' - - - ' IU'1,1, PKAIUIE, O.
J. K. Hort), Fremont. J. M. Honn, Perrysburg.
J. K. & J. M. nom,
ATTOUKEVS.. . rcnjfcbuig, O.
O lli co in riitenix llluck. 3j7.z
. llr. U'.'F. EMUIKTT,
Stii'feon Dentist,
Pci'tyauurg, Wood Co., 0.
OFFICK over 0. 11. Kreps' Stiire, on Louisiana
avenue. Dental work executed in Gold, Sil
ver and ltubbsr. Teeth extracted without pain
without the use of chloroform.
S. H.-A full set of Teeth on Rubber for $30.
All work warruated. Refer to Puck X Hamilton,
Peirysburg. ; , . lz
5,000 Cords of Stave Bolts
WANT2I! I
( Iv l!it Stfions St;iif Sauufiifliiriii!' Um. at
1 ' lEURV$BVlta, OHIO.
41 : Inquire of CHAS. STEVEN'S."
BOWLING GREEN HOTEL,
ISAAC CLAY, Proprietor,
BOWLING QUEEN, O.
THIS House hat lately been refitted and refur
nished, and the Proprietor will spare no pains
to nuk tlia suy of bis guests comfortable, tin
i. v. & s. ii. rnici:,
Attorneys-at-IaAV,
Perryahurg, Wood County, O.
WE hart larga quautitia of Real EsUto for
sale i attend to Tax-paying ; also, procure
Bounties and Pensions for Soldiers.
All business promutly attended to. 3d
BOWLING GREEN LIVERY STABLES.
CilMir.IlT AVEUV, Proprietor.
Bowling Green, Wood Co., O. '
t-7"I.IVKRV at all hours, aud at nxxlerata
charges.
tyilis lino of Hacks connects with the Accom
modation Tra n at llaskius, going north aud south,
and t Tomogaiiy with the Mail Train, going
south and north. - !
S. DAVIS,
CIVIL ENGINEER,
AND
Dciuty County Suvvoyoi",
iVi:si o, oiliu.
W Refer to any Count 0 liter, t ii
I
MISCELLANEOUS.
JkS. W, ROtS, AS MRU COO,, ' IblWIlT P. 0
-"HbSS At COOK, ,. -
AUSTUAQTS. oi'.TITLli
' ' '? OFt'lCli: . ti
Corner l.onlslnn" Avrn anl Front
street, Icrr-bnrirt tlii. i
X7E have the ontr set of Abstrnct Hooks
V now in Wood County, containing a complete
Inpft to kll Lots and Lands therein.
lT Certificates of Title given upon reasonable
terms.
J?"Also, Agents for purchasing and selling
Real Kstatc, getting up Tax Titles, paying Taxes,
.Vc fit.
IfQVll desirable residences in Perrysbnrg.
Price ranging from $1,200 to $1,800 t 'for Halo
by ROSS ft COOK.
IO A ACUF.S of choice land, 3 miles south of
)v' Perrysbnrg, on Perrvsbnrg and Kindlsv
Road, and at crossing of good county road; well
drained; 10 acres under cultivation; 40 acres of
prairie and npunings, and balance timber.
Price 918 per acre, or $20 in payments.
80 acres of excellent land near Milton Center,
on good county road, W mile fj-om railroad j good
log house and other farm buildings; 40 acres of
good timber and balance iu prairie and under
cultivation.
Price $ 1,100, cash, or $1,000 in payments.
For further particulars, inquire of
KO!?S & COOK.
1'iisiness solicited.
37xx
MAUMEE VALLEY
LUMBER YARD.
Sash, Door and Blind Factory.
Planing & Moulding Mill,
On tlic lork, fool ol IiOiilNlnna.Vo.,
PKiiitvsm it, onio.
'IMIIS establishment is now in suecessful opcr
L ation, and wo are now od'eriug tor sale,
Pino I,nml)orr
Couiitir Lumber:
Pine Shingles I .
Pine, A"h, White nnd Cotton-wood Flooring)
Pine, White and Cotton-wood Riding;
Sash :
Doors :
lllinds;
.Mouldings, 4c.
Our facilities for doing business are such that
Our I'i'icrs IH'Iy Competition I
Wo receive our I.uniberdirect from the Pineries.
We work Seasoned Lumber. . ' ;
We use the best and latest improved Machinery.
We work only the best Mechanics, whereby we
arc enabled to offer to nil those who are building,
or anticipate building, superior advantages. ,
Orders solicited lor all work iu our line, nnd
contracts made for
Fiiniijliiii' nuil BiiiMim' Houses Ciiii!ftf. :,
tfountrv Lumber Planed anil .Matched.
Country Lumber Planed and mad.- into Siding.
Strictly Prime Country Lumber Wanted.
PKCK, LKES & CO., Prorrictors.
Perrysbnrg, October 25, 1S07. 3d
Tontosnny, Ohio,
rEAI.Kll I.N j
PURE DRUGS.&" MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS '&. DYESTUFFS,
Glass & G 1 a s s wa re,
FANCY ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
- . r, , . . ..... -T.
- - Pure' Wines and Brandies, '
j -i i 2 ' ?!
? 5. (For Medical purposes '
PATENT JiEDICINKS, :ETC.
Very due assortment of ,
FAMILY , GROCERIES,
As low as can be purchased for cash.
Hooks nnd Stationery,
WoM niiil Wiiulow Tapers,
, , , i'ans; .IVncHs, fiiiixn jo Iks,
And all other articles' usnnlly kept by Druggists
PICTTJSE FRAMES & MOLDINGS
Of the newest styles and at tbo lowest prices.
Tho abnvo articles have been bought low for
Cash, selected with great care, and will bo war
ranted as represented aud sold at the very lowest
cash price.
tV Physician' Proscription Care
fully Compounded,
N. H. Likewise Ageut for that sterling Insur
ance Company tho Hartford Fire, of Hartford. .
Tontogany,- February li, IMS. 42iz
Grand Rapids Drug Store.
WE are ths Agents for Wood Conntr, of the
Clcvulanl White Lead Works, und the
S1K1CTLV PUKE LKAD we sell is guaranteed
under au aualyais of Professor Cassulls, of Cleve
land Medical Collepe.
Our MXSEI'i) OIL Is made at Dayton, and
Irom i'lix-&id, and is also strictly pure.
A full stok of 1) VE-3TUKFS.aud of the best
quality. . ... i
liLASS, of all sizes, snd PUTTY.'
A full line of Drugs, Chemicals, Flavoring Ex
tracts, School-Hooks, Stationery, Inks, Pens., Wall
Papers, Combs, finishes, Notions, and nearly eve
rything appertaining to the Drug trade.
t-4f Uive us a call before going to Toledo, as
we can aell as cheap, and save vour time and fare.
Our Coal Oil in unr rtm'ti'd to stund a
lest of 1IO degrees, aud as cheap as the Pat
ent Inflammable Oils.
. a. j. OAiiusr.i; aV co.
Grand Kapida, May 28, 1808. Ui
Millinery andFancy Goods.
MISS AMBIE FOWLER begs leave to inform
her old customers and the public generally,
that she has removed her Millinery Store to tlie
corner of Seoond and Elm-streeta, one square be'
low the Avenue, where she will keep cuustantly
ou baud a Hue assortment of
Millinery and Func-jr Good,
which she will take pleasure io s jlllng at lower
rates than any other tirm. The latest styles in
the market received weeklf. Also, Stitching,
Dress and Cloak-making douo to order. Ladies,
please favor me with a call. lui
DRAFTS on England, Ireland, Uermany, &c,
for sale, in sumo lo suit, bv
tXClUNUK It AN K OK TOLEDO,
5 , " 131 Hum nit-Hlreet. Toledo.
T 1QU0RS and CIO ARS or the clh7icZtl7T
1 J to bo had at tiia haliMin of c. LEAF.
lASSACE-TICKKT3,to,d from ayVarTof
1 Europe, by tho National Line of Sh-amtiliip,
sailing wveklv, can bo procured bv applieatioa to'
EXCMANUK HANK OK TOLFDO, .
Ul buuiuiit alrtet, Tolodo,
MISCELLANEOUS. The Castalian Fount.
[Written for the Perrysburg Journal.]
BE KIND TO THE DEAR ONE WHO WATCHES
THY HEARTHSTONE.
BY LILY LARKSPUR.
U kind in tho dear ou w ho watches thy lictrOV
stone,
And guards thy lair home from sorrow snd rare ;
Though weary, and with grief her heart is o'cr
. Homing,. !
Vet still lor thy sake sho hides it all there.
When twilight approaches, her quick car is bend
ing, To esirh the loved echo thr footsteps bring nigh.
Obi if kindly jou greet bcr, with love gUnces
blrniluig, '
Hur troublit and care pass away with a sigh.
Remember bow kindly, when sickness befell thee,
Sho matched o'er thy couch with unwearied eye:
Remvmber, wlieu trouble and sorrow fell round
thee,
How she soothed thee, and bid nil nnlmppincss
II v.
Though years shc-uAd flit o'er thee, If trulj she
loves thee,
Tho love that throbs in lier true heart will not
change i
O'er affections will triumph, she'll forgive thev and
love thee,
Though, thy heart should grow cold, and thy
loudness grow strange.
Then love lier as fondly as when first you found
her,
Ne'er let her doubt that your love is still true:
Fold vour strong, tnanlv arms closely sround her.
And breatho the fond wolds that you Hhisjiored
to woo.
Oh I be kind to the dear one who watches thy
beurthstone,
And guards thy fair home when danger is nigh:
Speak Kind words so .cheering u heru'er you may
greet her,
: With a smile oil your lips, nnd a briyht, loving
eye.
PKltuystitltO, June, 1SI1S. ' '
BY LILY LARKSPUR. [From the Cincinnati Gazette. ]
GRANT AND COLFAX.
BY MRS. K. M. SHERWOOD.
.
Hurrah 1 hurrah! the tlagj unfurl, the drnms lire
. beating high :
Vor Cram, the gallant patriot, is proudly inarch
ing by i
Ho has marshaled all his forces ; they're off on
thing feet.
With bljssings from the people who are throng
ing iu the street.
Clloul'a Hurrah I hurrah! wo hail the day,
When Wiong and Strife shall cense !
For tiniut and Colfax lead the way,
To Victory and Peace.
0, see tlic solid columns ! tried and true from rear
to van.
Tho braves rhn fought with Sherman, and who
IcHle with Miei I Ian.
Though uiuimed, they come fiom (letlysburg, from
i.ooKoui s cionuy nrow,
They love the Hight-'such men we need to light
our battles now.
Cuohus Uuri sh ! hurrah 1 etc.
They have s '.orn iu solemn counsel, by comrades
lying low,
I?y the Hag which they have followed, through
sunshine and through snow;
llr n Union undivided, to sound the haltle-rall
Till the enemies of Freedom have becu driven to
the w all.
, Cuotirs Hurrah I hurrah ! etc.
The volunteers arc coming in a strong and steady
hand,
And enlisting with tho veterans who fought on sea
and land.
While rec Misti ueted rebels unconditionally yield.
To the cliiettain who disbanded them on Appoinat
. to. Held. . .
Ciioni s -Hurrah I hurrah ! etc.- '
Then, we'll rally to the colors! well fotward in
our might !
We'll charge along tho line again, for Freedom nnd
the Uight J
Our Wat' h-cry, " Grant nnd Colfax and the I'ni ;n
cvci more,"
And victorv w ill crown us as sho did iu "'Sixty-
ronr.:":
Ciioki's Hurrah I hurrah I etc.
BY MRS. K. M. SHERWOOD. Selected Miscellany.
[From the Toledo Blade.]
NASBY.
The Trouble That Occurred at the Corners
in the Selection of Delegates to the New
York Convention—How the Faithful were
Drilled in their Duty.
Tost Offis, X Roads,
lOAPS, )
ky, ) I
(i, iS08.)
.(YUcli Is in tlio Male iiv Kcutmky
June Hi
Tlio Bclcclin nv tlclega'cs to llio Noo
York CuiiyciihIiuu litz bin liotliei iii us in
sevrul wtiys for c vial weeks 'past. No
ono wuntiil tu go, uiul it wtiz jouiitiiii
inoiifly tluciduil Jy nil llmt tf llio Corners
vetr roroHcntiil at nil, I must bu tlio limn.
I objected, for ther ttin'l no rul'U in nich
trips. Oiilinai ily, I cooil clieek n.y ex
penses. Hotel keepers uro but Lumnti, tuul
I liov never yet fniled to stick em, Imt with
a Democratic Con vonslmii in lull blast it
woulil be a liopeleHH enteril'iso. Willi ten
thousand like, urn, tilt i.oin on 1 hi i r cheek,
what wood ther bo (or mu ? Willi ten
tliousnud liiingiy, lliiisly, cinily piK'l;ehHl
hoIih Wiitcumi 1 do? Tliercfnre 1 felt that
1 cood not go. I wrote to A. J., lo know rf
he wood allow per diem IrntiKpot taMicn at.xl
iiliii'iigo tu delegates, to wicli lie answered:
"Km For vliicli candidates do yoor
delegates perposo to vote?"
"'Iiiti crooi 1 episllu Bellied mo. ! cooodn'l
go llicro pledged to him, beenz ef be tdiood
cut be iioniiiiuiud wut Wood become, uv my
1'ostOnis? Would bin situcestior contiu
you me in place, who bod been active in the
on i I Kit t nv itnotlier f
Finally the day for our convensliiin
ciiino, and wo assembled. I'm-cooi wan
noiiiitiated, but In; declined. Dei-kin l'n
ram wux olVeinl the lioiiiir, and bo do
clii cd, and so did .Mellter,lH8ker (Javitt,
I'odliaiiiiner, and tlio. ivl-nr cm. We
passed nil lite lirtit day in liyin l, got one
tv I io wood stick, but all in. vane. Nile
came wo adjourned till nine tbo next
inoinin, wbeu wo rest otned our unsuccesKlul
eiideavms to persuade eucli oilier lo go to
Noo Yolk. Another day wuz llitis fruit
lessly ppenl, and Mill nnolbor nnd another
tbo last lea v in ns no nearer llio haven than
tbe first. Ai.d so a week passed. We met
every iiiornin, co.xed, begged and twine
at each oilier till idle, only to meet and go
through the same lonnnl;-, the next day. 1
lelt that, unless eu thin wttx .' done, tbo Cor
ners wood j; nni epn denied.
On the eielilli day, at about ten in the
id (i in i ti, Deckiu I'dgiam's youngest boy, a
luii'.liaii'ud lad of fourteen einniners, wiio
resemblcB tlio Deekin to a degree (jititc
compiitui-iit.tiy to bis niotbor, came in w ith
the Noo York Day Book, wicli the Dockin
lakes but never reeds,.- 'i'lie IhH-kin lost it
over to H.tsccm, who oponed it and red a
miiiit, when bij facu changed instatilly.
1 Hell ! " sod be, to biuisoll, and then arose:
" Mr. Cbeermaii," nod be, "to end Ibis
dnprotilable session, I wood say that I liov
reconsidered my dctcrminatibun. 1 will go
to Noo York!" ' -
The) t'onvensbnn wins thunder-sli ink.
Wat did it uieaii! Tbo Deekin soied (lie
paper, and glaiiein over its coIiiiiiiih, reaii
(laiiilully a iu i ii i t and Red bo wu. surprized
at Mr liuseom's aHnliiMHcnco. " 1 bbel be a
delegate HiVNeM," sod bu.
Dy liiia tiuio Mtl'i !Ui' reaj it, and I got
it und lead thlti paturuj'h :
" Ilia .Western tlomoeracy.. beware.
They must cmo on tlio leurlh.prepnroii to
encounter bribery and coi riipshun. Del
wouldn't Ilia Wall xrrct r7(M hft raised
?l,f.00,000 to bu ii"Oftl in purclmse hp
tMfjtih 'o tici'if Pendleton."
Tbo Deekin pertested ngin UnscomV coin
''Too can't bospnied," shrieked be. Who
will run tho biznis in yoor abseneo T Is ther
a man iu the Corners yon daro trust insido
yoor bar a tninitt No, t will go."
"Not so," shrieked JdelVltrr, I will go
er. delegate. I bev but no the bent and bur
don tiv lite day 1 wus with Forrest, and
now that tbrr is a posishoti uv prof
w icli is to say honor, 1 want it."
Isaaker lisvitl, with a faeo pale with dis
appointment, that be hadn't laken it when
it w ti,'. offered him. sworo that ef tho l!av
itt family wu. to bo overlooked, why the
sooner l'emocrisy wu. buried tlio better.
Somewhere iu llio cottrso uv toy rondin,
I cunt netoss nn account nv tho trouble
that wu. peidonst in a mythological benven
by some eitss who tost in n golden npplo,
lain lied lo llio fairest," or words to that
elTeck, Tho ntinounccment that Hclmofit bed
a million nnd a ball to invest iu dolegates
wuz tlio gulden npplo wicli sot us in au up
roar, livery cuss iu the convensliiin wauled
to bo a delegate iinmejitly, aud tho result
wu., the entire bilin conio lo lilowi). I bed
tho nioi tifieasben uv seein li.tscom wilb bis
lingers clulched in tbe tieek tin uv tho von
ei' ible l'ogiaui. Issaker (iavitl and Mi Pel
ter wu. similarly engaged, while 1 wu. it
dnin my level best to restiain Podhnmnier
Ii om masaereein inc. Had not .loo Digler
and Pollock arrived oppoi loonly, llio en
tiro llemoerisy uv Ihe t'oineis Wood bev
bin wiped out ou the spot.
It wu. filially seltled by throw in Ihe
dieo fcr it, wieb rool oubt, by tho way, (
bo adopted by nil lleiniioi al ie bodies every
where, llandall and ,h t'uilocli bev pi ne
list il with distinguished success in tonkin
their appititincnls. Pay ther nro twenty
applicants, or, lo . get nccrcr llio trooth,
thii-e hundred, fur any given place. Very
good. The bead uv llio department ascer
tains liist ef Ihey are all I), inoeials. Then
lln ee liiif.dicd clerks tiro detailed, and each
clci k I epi esetilin un applicant, nnd Ihey
Ihiovv dice, tho lowest reliiin eveiy Ibrow,
onlil ono is victorious, and llio man repre
sontid by him gilK the l ice. It saves a
vast iinn unt of labor in tbo eggsaini iiashnu
uv cet tilikils uv caraklcr and liluot-s, .Ve.,
and besides, ils inipaishel. All the iippinl
inenls ate now tnado iu that way at Wash
inlon. 1
We adopted this device, nnd I wu. made
delegate and Pognuti alternate, llio ugtco
me nt liein that whatever wo tint over ex
petisess wuz lo bo divided eliully. Tlien a
hnl calm succeeded tho storm nv pasben
wicli bed raged. , We g), uv cooiso, uniu
slructed, fer obvius reasons. Kf wo wnv,
instructed wher wood bo tho ohjick uv our
goiuT..lt is not sicli llmt lleiiiiout will go
"ui'.. .
The uncertainty uv tbo refitiH nv tbo eon
veiiKbiin (1 say uncertaiuty, for who . kin
tell wich candidate be, llio must money " )
he. occasioned mo a vast uuiouut uv
Iroiiblo. - I hcv bin luborin nssidyusly to
git our people into a fraino uv mind to be
cm t loosiastic over tbo nominee, no malter
who it is, or wut pl.ilform be is put onto.
To bring litis about 1 bev lu d em in front
uv liatscnni's evt ry'nito fer n week training
uv cm. I ranged Ihem iu u tow and takin
iuy .posishvn in front, I give llio word like
a inelisbv elliser.
" Atlciiflien !" sea I. "llor for Chaso and
Moriisey ! To;etber! "
" Twin- for t'lia " but tber lliey brolio
down.
" Parson !' sed Deekin Pogram, "-I cant.
Hive ii'io u, week or two lo praelis nloiie by
mysi II, and possibly I kin miiko it. Tlio
spirit is williu bultlietlosb is week."- -
Issaker (Javitt pertestid. I kin," scd be,
" possiblv go Chaso; but spo.n they: put
Sumner on the tikkit with biin ? Sumner 1
wont go."
' It won't do -sed I, sternly, " 'Uur for
Chase and Anieriky for white liicn ! "
' 'Kur!" .
"'llor lor Cliaso, Tiiick Poincry and ckal
suffrage."
" 'l!or I"' 'shouted they comnicndably.
" 'Hor for CIiiibp, A. Johnsuii and Mayor
Monroe!
''llor.
"'llor for Chase and Ileplulia-ben."
'- Will (bat be the t-higati il Chaso is nom
inated ?" asks the Deekin. " -
" It will down hero. Twor."
" 'llor 1" yelled hey all.
"'llor for C'liase, Feiiiuudo Wood, and
death lo niggers."
'"llor!"
"'Jlor for Chase and Fred Douglass."
'"lioi !" .
"'Hor for Phns", Pendleton nnd no taxa
sben for nn uncutislooslinel debt!"
'"Hor!" ,:
" 'llor for Chase, HancocU and rcstora
slien on our plan."
"Hor!" .
" 'Hor for Hendricks, Chaso anil general
amnesty ! "
'"Hor!"
''Very good," sed I, encouragingly. " Very
good, your flexibility is more than 1 sposed.
Heincniber, my brethren, ef CIiiiho does
slick in yoor throats at tbo leinin, that
the Chaso yoor liolleriu lor aint llio Chnse
yoo yoost lo d n. Homeniber that that
paitikcler Chase died somo time since, lie
went out and bezut bin been! uv since, lie
wux nietr.morpbosed bko a grub. Ho shed
bis AMi.-dinii-.nl and the iioshens wicli im
pelled yoo to bate him, and ez ho comes to
us, bo in uv us. Wo bev bin recrootcd in
that way for some time. Tber aint but
one Presidency, halh -longy, and we'ro tol
lubly cci tin to git, sooner or later, all Ihe in
who gi ilier eye- fixed on that place, but
are onable to put any other part uv their
bodies tber. Let us' wa,lch and pray. K
ereise daily on all thesn candidates nnd all
tbeso plat bu uis for tho good I.ord who
alone foreknows the decisions of a petit
jury, only knows wich uv cm we shell be
compelled to hooray for. Let us accustom
ourselves to all, that we may euthiiso nt Ihe
beginning and strike terror to the harts uv
our foes." And I dismist em with my
blessin.
1 lo wuist went homo and burned all my
old peerhes and sermons on tho nigger,
destroyed remorselessly nil tlio banners an:l
mottoes wich bed any rufeionco lo ihe Kihi
opian, and otherwise cleared tbo decks for
ncksbeii. We may bev tu go inly the file with
Cbuse und nigger siiHVago. I want to com
Mienco early, so ez to git niggerphoby coin
plclely out uv my system. Its rnther
reuchin is these politikle gymnastics, but 1
urn ek.d to this or any othei .
PELROLEUM V. NASBY, P. M.
(Wich is Postmaster.)
v. -
FrKiKKR Colfax baying been appealed to
lo settle a dispute concerning tbo pronun
ciation of bis name, returned tho following
answers " My lirut name is pronounced as
if writlen Skyler, and tbo lust us it written
CYWInx. The " a." doubtless, drouned
out in crossing the ocean."
Ir is estimated that tbe California wheal
crop of lbC8 will ".mount to thirty millions
of bushels, which will place thai State at
the bead of the whout g lowing Slater ul
the Uuiyu.
SENSATION EXTRAORDINARY.
Discovery of a Letter Purporting to be
Written by Jesus Christ.
1 The Fan Vmnelaeo ItutMhi, of tlio 1 1 tit
of May, says ono F. Wilson has applied
to tho Vnited States Oistrlrt t'ourt of Cali
fornia, for copyright of a letter sail to
have been written, by Jesus Christ, aud
found sixty live yeuis after his crucifixion,
abou! eighty milt a from leonium. It is
said tho letter was found under a stouo, nn
the faeo of which was writ ten," lilcssed is
ho that shall turn me over." " AU people
that saw it tunyed to(!od earnestly, nnd
desired that ho would mske known to them
the meaning of this wiiling, that thev
might not in vain attempt lo turn it over.
In tlio meantime eamo a Iittlo clnl t ami
turned it over without help, to the admira
tion of till tho people that stood by; and
under this eiott was found n letter written
by .lesus Christ, which was carried to
leonium, and there published, and in it was
written tbo commandments, signed by tho
Angel tiabriel, ninety-years after our Sa
vior's birth, to which is added King Abar
ns's letter and our Savior's answer, and
also His miracles, and a lull description of
bis person, in Sentiilns's epistle to the Sen
ate ol Koine. l'.xcavations nro also said
to have brought lo light, in Syria, a He
brew House, dating from nbout llio second
century belore Christ. Some of the rooms
are in gooil preset valiou, and among Un
hooks loiind is a collection ol Hebrew
poems, tnid to bo unknown to present Oii
entals.
The above is laken front tlio Clcvilmd
Urn ili I, of a recent dale. Tlio Fremont
Journal gives a copy of llio letter alluded
lo, which wo publish below. Tho copy of
tho letter was furnished that paper, by Mr
I). II. .t.r.u-r-i:i!, of Fremont, in whose fam
ily it has been carefully preserved for
three or four generations. It is piloted in
linglisb typo tui eoarso paper that may
oneobavo been white but is now faded and
rotten. The copy in the bauds of tbe Cali
fornia!!, mentioned iu tho abovo cxtrao', is
probably similar to ibis. The bistcry ol
Ibis one, as related by Mr. Ai.takfkii (we
ipinto from the Journal), is ns follows :
One of tlio nneeslors of Mrs. AllalTer, a
hundred years ago or more, was au unwill
ing student or priest iu a monastery ul
(ieiioa, Italy, where was also a reluctant
nun. Tbeso two funned nn ullacbmetit for
each other, escaped from (Ichoit to ling,
land, and were married, carrying with them
the, oi:ly copy of " n letter said to have
been writlen by our Lord and Saviot Jesus
Christ," which bad been sacredly preserved
iu tho monastery. Religious superstition
invested it with miraenl ms powers, tmd it
was preserved us a" charm." It emigrated
lo America with llio" fainilv, and is proba
bly tbo oi ly copy tu tho P?nitod Slates bo-
sides tho ono in California. Tho document
is as follows :
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COPY OF A LETTER,
SAID TO HAVE BEEN WRITTEN
By Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Ami foiinil elrjhtrou viilrx fmm Ii'niilmn,
tirrnhi Ire ifin-s ifr our dlrssml on
riur'x rriwlti.einii, anil tritnmiltnl from
the ll'if' Villi hi t co; "'( Jiiir, nml
failhfnlli Irininl-iltnl Vow tint iMiyimil
Jlcbrciv C717. "' i tin! paitMsxnai of
liailij Cuhasx'i family; in Mesopotamia,
Tbu letter was found under ii stone, both
round and large, tit Ibo 'foot of' a cross,
eighteen, miles from Ieoiiium, near a vil
lago called Ahisopotaniia. Ppon thu1 stnno
was. written nnd engraved, " lllesseil bo
bo that shall turn mo over." All that saw
it prayed to"(!od earnestly, ' and dosired
that ho would make known unto them the
meaning of this writing, that they tuiglit
riot iu vain turn it over. In tbe meautimu
a Iittlo child, about six or seven yenrs of
age, turned it over to tho nilmirnhon ol t.1!
present ; and under tho stono was written
the commands of Jesus Christ in n letter
which was nftevwards published by tho
ungel (labriel, ninoty-oight years after tho
death of our blessed Savior, nnd carried bv
ii person belonging to Lady Cttbass, snd
mado public in the city ol leonium, &e.,
The Letter of Jesus Christ is as followeth:
WIKMOIiVKIl worketh on tbo Sabbath
day shall bu cursed. 1 command you lo
go" to the church and keep tin) Lord's day
holy, without doing any maimer of woik.
Yon shall not idly spend your time in bed,
or decking yourself with superlluitios of
cosily appearances and vain dresses, for I
have ordained it a day of rest, I will have
that day kept oly, that your sins maybe
forgiven you. You shall uot break my
coiuiiKindincnts, btit observe and keep them.
Write them in your heart, and steadfastly
observe that ht written, with my own hand,
and spoken with my own moulli. You
shall not only go unto tbo church yourself,
but cause your men servants and maid snr
voids to do the sauio, nnd to obscrvo my
words, and learn my comiinindinonts. You
shall finish your labor every Saturday iu
tbo afeinoou, by six of tho clock, ut which
hour tho preparation for the. Sabbath begns,
1 adviso you to fast fivo Fridays in every
year, beginning - willi (Jood Friday, and
continue the four Fii-l.iys immediately foj.
lowing. You shall diligently and peace
fully labor in your own respeclivo dwell
ings, wherein it halh pleased God to call
you. You shall loo one another with
brotherly love, and cause them that oro not
baptized to coma to the church and receive
the saci anient of baptism, und tho Lord's
Supper, and to bo iiindo members of tho
chinch, lo so doing, I will givo unto you
a long lilu und many blessings ; your laud
Khali lloiirixh, and your cuttle shall bring
forth abundance j and I will give unto you
iiiuii's blessing and comluiU in the great
est temptations.
Ami he that doeth to tho contrary shall
ho unprofitable. I will also send a hard
liens of heal t upon Ihcin, unlW Iseetliein;
but especially upon the impenitent and uu
believers. He that halh given to tbo poor
shall tiot be unprofitable. Remember to
keep Ibo holy Sabbath day J for on the
seventh day 1 have taken to rest myself
And ho that bath a copy of this ictler
wrillen willi my own band, snd spoken
wilb my own mouth, and keeputli it with
out publishing il (o olbeis, shall not pros
ler; but bo Unit published it to others, shall
bo bit-seed of too, and though bis sine be
in number as Ibo stars of the. heavens, and
he believe in Ibis, be shall ho pardoned ;
and if he believe not in this writing and
iheso commandments, I will send my own
pligtioupon him, und consume holli him
mil bis children, and bis cattle. And win .
loever shall have a copy of this letter,
written with my own band and spoken
with my own moulli, and keep it in the
house, nothing shall hint Hum j nor Ihe
lightning, lire, thunder or pestilence shall
Happen to them tu do them any barm. And
if a woman wiih ubi'.d and in labor bass
eopy of this lelter about her, und the fain
ly put their tiust in me, she shall bu safely
(cliveied of tho child. You shall not havt
my tidings but by tbo holy Scriptures
until the day of judgment. Ail goodness,
li 'ppinciiH, ami pi y-pci ily, blull bo iu ihe
u
n
house wher a.tBopy of this letter, shall o
found. Amen.
JESU HOMINUM SALVATOR.
Publius Lentullus's Letter to the Senate of
Rome.
There upi'cared iu Iheso our daya a mah
Kieat vii lite, named Jesus, w ho is also
call. XChi'ist, w ho is yet liwiil amongst us,
and of tlio (lentiles is aceeiiled for n
prophet of truth; but bis own disciph-s call
him the Son of (!od. Ho raises llio dead
life, nnd cures all Wanner of diseases. A
man of stature somew hat tall and comely,
with a very reverend countenance-, such us
beholder may both hive and fear. Hit
hair is of a chestnut color, full ripe, plain
Ins cars, whence downwards It is more
orient, curhnjj and waving about bis shoul
ders. In the midst of his liend is nsoum or
partition ef his hair liko tho N i.ariles ibis
forehead smooth and very delicate; bis
faeo w ilhout a b'emish, beautified will) a
lovely red ; his noso nnd month so formed
nothing can bo reprehended ; his beard
tnicK. in color bko his hair, not very long,
but forked ; his look innocent and mature ;
.eyes gray, clear and cjuiek. In re
proaching hois terrible; In admonishing,
courteous and fair spoken. Pleasant in con
versation, mixed with gravity. It cannot
remembered that any have seen him
laugh, but many have seen him weep. .In
pro oi lion ot body none to be excelled; Ins
hands while and do iento lo behold. In
speaking, very b'inpoialo, modest ami wl.e.
man tor bis singular beauty surpassing
(ho children of men.
[From the Defiance Democrat.]
Death Horace Sessions—Meeting of
the Defiance Bar.
At a meeting of llio members offtho
Dcliaiiuc u', held at the Court House, iu
IMhiiico, on tlio loth day of June, lSliU. on
motion of W. I. Htt.t., Wm. 0. Hoi.iiaik
wai nppciuted Chairman, end 1Siw)n
TiiKirs, Secretary,
Tho Chairman, upon luk'ng tho chair,
addressed tbu bur as follows :
llrrlhri'H uf thr. liar: Hok.m-k Skssioss
gone ; llio Alhviso liciug, who rules ami
governs the nllaii a id' men, has taken him
himself. Ho died at Adiiau, Minhigim,
ou the (ilb inst., where be had stoppod oil
visit a friend, ns he was returning from
tho Itepublieaii ' National Convention, at
Chicago, which be had been attending as a
del"gato. 1 was present at bis dentil, and
with oilier Irieuds and citizens of our
town, ncenmpauioit his remains lo 1', linos
villa, in this State, where, on tlio lilth,
they wore ititci rod, in a bcaiililul cemetery,
near the tiuub ol' u loved little daughter,
and of n father, u uiolliur, and other re
latives. Dur rcl.iliotis with him, ami bin worth,
reipiiio something more Ihan tbo Usual
resolutions of respect and sympathy. He
ine; tho fust lawyer that ever settled ami
stayed here, ho may truly bo called tho
father of tho Defianco Har. Ho was nlso a
pioneer of the State. In 1 71)4 . under An
thony Wayne, his father was in the great
bat llo lhat fust secured tho while man
possession of and tillo to, the lands wu
occupy, and ho, helped lo construct tho
fort which gives uur tow n ils name. In
1800 ho settled on a farm near Panics ville,
ami there, on Ibo lClh day of April, 1812,
ll'Ui.vct-: Skssions- whs born. llo was u
vigorous, stout bov, ilcliehtlng In-ngricul-
tm-.il puivuits, nnd in watching tho hithils
and curing fr the animals reined upon llio
farm. Hut at tbo ago of twelve year, u
II rent misfortune belel him, llo was taken
down wilb a severo sickness, resulting in
a fever Korc that racked bis constitution,
ehaltered bis iiorvons; system, producing
untold pain, and crippled him through his
whole life. His father dying in .182", Inft
li i in U poor, crippled boy, and a. 'widowed
mother and sister in 'destiluto ciiciiin
stances. Finding that ho would bo nimble
to prociiro a living by the manual labor
incident lo farm work, bo reluctantly relin
quished b's favoiile culling, and cast about
to sen what ho cool, I do to mule o a living
fi r himself and his destitute relatives, lit)
choso our profession, liciug admitted to
tlio bur nt t):o age of twenty one, he first
went down the Ohio and Mississippi, as
far os Yick,burg, without liinling n satis,
factory location, when, returning, ho came
the Maiitnee Valley, and. arriving nt our
town in 18H:l,ho began tbo first practice of
his profession. licit meo, at that lime, was
tho county seat of Williams County,- and to
il was attached several other counties for
judicial purposes. Though tho field was
entirely open, Ihero being no other law
yer hero, professional business was very
limited, lint IIuuacu Skshons was poor,
he had a mission to fulfill, and ho would
not bo idle. In addition to his professional
duties ho wrote iu the county olliues und
taught in tbo district school. ' I seo several
present huro who, liko myself, havo hud
lil'e long business acquaintance with him ;
mine, perhaps, bns been the longest, and of
the most inliniiilo character. Thirty-three
years ngo, accompanying my father from
the Stale of New York ou a tour of explo
ration to tho Wabash, with an eye to a
settlement at Fort Wayne, we spent a week
or uioro, as wo were passing, at Defianco.
lim ing that week 1 fust bccaiuo acquainted
with Hoit.icK StcssiuN's, and 1 have often
since thought that acquaintance fixed my
destiny in thu choice of a future homo, and
brought me, a year later, to como bore to
live. At tho..liiiio ho wns occupying a
room in tlie bhcoiui story oi me iuick
building on Lot of the original plat of
Defiance, which building wax the Couit
House, and, I may add, the school hoimo
and also llio meeting house of the village.
ii the same room was kept most ol tho
offices of tho county,' lie invited mo to
occupy tbo room with him, aud continue
the study of tho law, which I had before
begun. His bed wus in the same room, and
Ibis we occupied together. From that
time to the time of his decease, whilst a
generation of men have passed from earth,
we continuously lnvo occupied an office
together.
From tho tinio bo came here, each sum
mor ho would go to the home of his aged
mother, consoling her with bis presence,
and giving lhat material aid that nlicved
the wauls of hers, II and family. Aud glad
was I tho other day, whilst assisting ut
Painesvillo in tho performance of tho last
duties to the deceased on earth, to hear un
aed and eminent statesman ot that place
say, " Mr. SmnoNS has been very generous
with his fdlbei's family : be has ever most
bonulihilly provided lor them."
At d here let rue say, hie generosity was
uot confined to his relatives ulouo, Iu all
bis deulings be vas liberal. Every char
itable eultjpriso and good cause be hclpod
on. lie was industrious, temporute, and
ll'iignl iu lilt bis babi's. Ho cut bis own
wood at bis olhVo tor year j he built bis
fires nt bis house, lie sou.ht properly
only to make himself iinleiietiduut and to
io good ; and iu this Cod bountifully
blessed him, as he will ever bless liny man
like industry, temperance, carefulness,
frugality and honesty of purpose-. 1
A a lawyer, lo understand, digest and
bring to u siicucssiiil issue dubcalo, iulri
isite and complicated business matters,
lloiut U Ss-.-tl : i had Uw or lo hiipiiiois,
, l ,l .1. ,' I o"T
and I bbcvo no partrsi Veetina;- -Liv--a
their rostisellor, Vtcr hod 0ysfarr'tHe
gret Iheir cKoie." "' "'
llo was":! in1 hi .frieitliip, snciul
iu 'disposition, dioitlilo," iinatestwitsiiMi
ami mil l in his manners. He wns uni
formly V-.o ssmo iinrvillled Hoiiai-k Skssions,
yesterday, tii-d iv, and to-morrow. Though
uiioetilfuSVo aiul mild,' wltbla blmfjwns a
heait, he has said lo me, that never bad a
sensation of - fear, which statement his
ti ii'hfiilnes leaves mo no reaioa to doubt.
It is a part of the history of that country,
that bis father " Was (lie bravest man that
ever lived on Oratid River." Truly can
we any, ns wo look back on the IhiIiIo of
lifu bo has fought; Ih.BHiK .Skssions was a
bravo son of that bravo wiu.ii., i
To him the, sntiununs cauio suddenl) .
His sickness' was brief and 'severo. Lov
ing hearts aud willing hands did all, that
couht bo done to stay the dread approach
ol tho destroyer. Confident lliataluv try
ing hour had como, ho calmly approached
the grave, " like ono who wraps the dra
pery of his couch about hint, and lies down
to pleasant dreams." ' - .' . --n
On motion a tomniiMoo of Cvc, consist,
ing of Wm. Cuitkii, FnwtN I'liKi'.rs, Hamil
ton Davidson, Wm. D.. IIii.u aiid , Hks'ry
Nkwukuin, were appointed to draft rcyn.
Iitliotm cxpressiva of tbo feelings of tho
members nl this bar, which committee,
through, thoir Chairman, lion. Wm'; C.Vrthk,
reported tho follow ing ; ' '''''
Wiikukas, by a disiiensntion of' an; "All
wiso Providence our late nssociuro nnd
brother, llonACGSKssiriN-s.has been removed
from our midst by death, tt is,, by (he liar
ol D tianeo County, as expressive of tho
great loss (hey have sustained, '-' ' '
li'rfnFrcii, That In the denilrnf IfrMcu
Skssions, the bar of lK liance Coiisi.y a
lost one of the oldest, ablest, most, useful
and worthy members, and this , community
one of ils most win thy ctllsens. ' '
llrxiilrrtl , That wo stnoerofy ileplord the
loss ot our departed brother and associate,
and shall revere) his memory as.oaio Uoso
professionul lilq was withulit blyluisli und
worthy of imitation. "'
JtrmJeiit, That ortr ItenrlMt-frytnUstlrieK
nro extended to tho widow and relatives of
tlio deivuRod. v7;
. Jttxulrml, ,Tlut . tbeso resolutions !(to
getber with the' proceedings of Ihis meet
ing, bo published in tho Defiance ptipi'ts.
w ith n request lhat tho sumu be copied in
several papers published ' In tho iMuuineo
Valley, and at Painesville, Ohiiv.- i '
Umolrrd, That a copy ot Iheso resolution
be furnish-:.! by the St crebuy to tbo widow
id tho deceasod. ,
,f ' 1 . v! iti'
0:t motion tho resolutions vyere joooivcil
and .unanimously adopted. , (
It was also resolved that (ho, proceed,
ings ol this meeting be presented ,by the
Chairman, to tho Jl onoruldiv .1 mlgo of ,tho
Court of Coiiitiion Pious of Defianco llunty,
at its next session, with tho request that
the same be entered upon tho journal of
said Cow t. ' - i
WM. C. HOLGATE, Chairman.
E. PHELPS, Secretary.
PtiiNTuns aro nnliko other classes of men.
'I'hclr vogalioii imparts to theiil ttU , luteli
geueo that dues not result from uuy.. ulhcr
iiiiKiuuss.. iieniitig witti , ingiuigo , exclu
sively, in combination of lottoi-HS wotds.
senteiiees hud paragraphs,- thoy nro cou-
'... I .. I I. . - t. I r .. -,t . .
miiii.ij iMiiiiKiu , lino conimutiipii yilli
Ibougbts and. their 'voiliiiig,,iiiil ' (hose in
sensibly booome iuibuud w itli rtlto idtan of
those uifisls w liosiv creations they bvfji to
embody in those forms that give Iticrti to
thu world. ' They ltl trtilly pfet gvntiliai' at
their Dtigcrs', etuis while" pititig up.; tho
types (but form sentences Ihut urai gm
malieal. Spelling conies to thoni- a-tiat-"
' nt us hrealhmg, for they fall- into correct
orthogrupby through force of habit; Tho
uharucloiislica of printers are not sd fa
voniblo to personal, tin ill as those of.other
professions. .They pnrtnkp of tho, nuluio
of tho artists in somo degree, aiul tiro gen
erally liberal to a fault, thoughtless hf: (ho
future, and frequently im provident of (ho
past-tlusli when in a good sitiiation.-.aiid
dead broke yheiioii a trump. They luav
bo said to bo tho woiking Iluticmiuiia of
tlio woild of opeiulives. ' '
An Unspotted Character.
Money Is a good thing, especially in
these hard limes, but there is something
thousandfold leore valuable. -It is oharac
tcr the consciousness of a pure and lion
oi ublo life, This, il shoiil I bo a man's first
aim to pieserve at any cost. ' In times of
commercial dislrcss, while somo are proved
and found wanting, others come forth tried
as by fire. Here ami there one comes
o-tt of tho furnace far more of a man than
before.. Amid the wreck of his fortune ho
stands erect a noblo specimen , of true
tn -iihooj. We hove occasionally witnessed
an example of courago in such a crisis, of
moral intrepidity, that deserved all honor.
Lt it be Ibo aim of every business man,
above all things else, to keep this purity
sustained. This is tho best possession
Ibis is a capital which can never bo taken
from him t'lis Is the richest inheritanco
which he can leave to his vbildien. ' '
'
Good AnvirK. Stop fcrntnblinir. Cet
up two hours earlier in the morning, and
begin to do something out ol your regular
profession, .Mind your own business, and
with oil your might let olher peoplo'a
alone. Li vo within youc means. Bell your
horses, (iivo away or sell your log.
Snioko your cigar through an air stove.
K it with moderation, and go to bed early.
Talk loss of your own peculiar gilts .and
virtues, and more of tlioso of your friends
ami neighbors. Ho cheerful. Fulfill your
promises. Pay your debts. Ha yourself
all you would see in others. a good
man, und stop grumbling. . ,
. ' ., ' i
TttK New York Cummtrcial Aiiceriser
says: "Tho Chief Justice, Mr. Chase,
never bad any personal popularity. Ho
lacks ica;i ctisni. , Statuesque iu bis poses,
he is ns col 1 as tuurblu. I'laco biiu on a
Democratic, platform, made after the aver.
ngo sentiment of that parly, and he would
be the baldest hypocrite and time-server
that over illustrated the annals of any age
o: country, or that over met deserved de
feat. PI iced nn what used to bo his own
plat form, bis followers would diminish to
lees than' a corporal's guard. In either
event, bis future has 'failure' wrjtteu all
over it." . '
It is as amazing as it is gialifying io
tate that ono Democratic Judge in Ohio
has independence and honor ononcji to
lespiso tho Visible Admixture Act. Judge
Wright, of Perry counly Court ol Common
Pleas a member iu full standing In ths
Dcmocrutio party a low days ugo, and bo
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