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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 November 1873

rlUk4 Srer? rUy aferalag .y J ASICS TlWftOf. ... C Om Tikr... .r. If I4 la A4yane.. ' 1 Oopf Hii Month 1 MAM TIMES MADE . EASY -T- GOING TO "WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, Get Your Supply Winter Goods. The wonder of the present time is. when will Villinm3 Bros.& Fink beiner stop the immense flood of new and desirable Goods, which baa been rolling in for the last few days? Answer Not while tho people continue to carry them off by the cart load. Our immense stock was bought in New York during the recent neat panic, at greatly reduced pi ices. N. B. The only stock in Per rysburg brought direct from the Great Metropol;s. We say Come 011c, Come all And see for yourselves what words cannot tell. . Good Piints, 8 to 10 cts. per yd Good Crash, 10 Heavy Canton Flannel, 12 Heavy yd wide Sheeting, 10 " Heavy Jeans, 25 cts. " If i'pu wish to see the Largest and Cheapest Stock of MEN'S CLOTHING in Wood County, go to Williams Bros. & Finsujin'b Ladies and Gents Knit Goods for Underwear,...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 November 1873

Familiar Quotations. Tub old phrase. "Tiinre'i many a slip twlxt the cup una tlio lip," Is n literal translation of an old Greek hexameter line ; and when we talk of smiling through tears we are quoting Homer. The happy expression, "Nullum quod tetigit mm ornavit," is the phrase em ployed by Dr. Johnson in his epitaph oo Goldsmith to express the genius of his friend. The line so often attributed to Hhak sprare. "A fullow-focling makes one won drous kind," was written by Qarrick in the occasional prologue spoken by him on leaving the stage. Owen Fcltham, the author of the "Re solves," is one of those unfortunate men who have written many good and pithy things while others have usurped the eredit of them; such, for instance, as "Without a certain modicum of chair, the horse is apt to bolt his oats," which has been so dexterously applied. Macaulay has the reputation of many a brilliant epigram for which he was in debted far more to his glgantio memory than to his originality. The often...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 28 November 1873

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wrdhrsdat, November 19. It Is rs ported that a plot for thtf establishment oft Commune In Lyons, France, has been discov ered, and several arrest were made .... Dis patches received by the British War Office from Sir Gurnet Woolsloy, commanding the efcpedltlon agnlnfit the Ashantees, give favor hle account of Itn progress, and express trong bnp of success. The General writhe rultantly of the excellent moral effecta on the troops of recent skirmishes with the savages. . . .The Navy Department at Washington orders recruiting offices to he opened throughout the country, and It Is said the navy will be re cruited to the utmost capacity allowed by law. ... It is reported that the Spanish Cabinet are unanimously n favor of a satisfactory und honorable settlement of the Vlrglnlus -difficulty, hut regard the mnlntcnance of the integrity of the Spanish territory essential.... The sto Vlrglnlus has arrived at Havana, enterin...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 28 November 1873

JAMES TIMMOSSI, Editor. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1873, The forty-third Congresi of tho Unl ed States will convene on next Monday, December firsts The proposition of 8m'rktay Dr.t no, for ft complete census of the Uunlted 8ttc8 In 1875, ill meet the vlowg of all Itlaena who look forward with pride to the grand Nat loan I Centennial of 1870. Th political complexion ol the Ohio Legislature la now definitely understood to be as follows : Senate, 22 Democrats and 14 Republicans ; the House, 67 Dim ocrats and 48 Iicpubl leans. Democratic majority In the Senate, 8 ; lu the House, 0; on joint ballot, 17. - a A gold mluc dlscovired In Southeastern Colorado promises to contain the rlchr st deposit of any yet discover d In the woi I I. Sptclroens taken at random from various parts of the vein Just as taoy lay on the sinf.ee, and which were thought to be of little value, aisiyed at the mint in Den vir as high as $36,t00 per ton. . . A youna gentleman of Covington, Ky who was abo'H to marry a rich c...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 28 November 1873

lbllioad Every Friday Morning by JAMES TIMM0X9. Tntinsi On Cnvty On Year-'. H If Psid in Advenes 1 S One Copy Six Months 1 00 HARD T SAST GOING TO WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, TO Got Your Supply OF Winter Goods. The wonder of the present time is, when will Williiims Bros.& Fink beiner stop the immense flood of new and desirable Goods, which bas been rolling in for the last few days? Answer Not while tho people continue to carry them off by the cart load. Our immense stock was bought in New York during the recent Teat panic, at greatly reduced pi ices. N. B. The only stock in Per rysburg brought direct from the Great Metropofs, We say Come one, Come all And see for yourselves what words cannot tell. Good Prints, 8 to 10 cts. per yd Good Crash, 10 " Heavy Canton Flannel, 12 Heavy yd wide Sheeting, 10 ' Heavy Jeans, 25 cts. " If you wish to see the Largest and Cheapest Stock of MEN'S CLOTHING in Wood County, go to Williams Buos & Fiskbin'r Ladies and Gents Knit Goods for Un...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 28 November 1873

The Driver's Story. "An, sir, this Is going to 1o a hard win ter," said a great, burly car-driver to us tho other evening; "and I saw yesterday what such as you don't sco very often, and hardly believe when It's told to ye. One of tho men that drove on this line nigh three years sent his little gal to ask tne to come and see him, and I laid off l.wt evening and went "Now I heard how he was sick with consumption, but I didn't know how sick until I got thcro. "As suro as I live, sir I there was that fellow what ono year ago was as strong and hearty a young man as you ever saw, with his legs no bigger than my wrist and him a Iyln' on ilie floor and heavin' and choking all the day and night. "He told me he hadn't sent for me till ho had to, and on looking round, sir, I saw there wasn't any furniture loft; and altho' a year ago ho had his Utile room fitted up coiufortablo like, ho had sold even the straw in the tick and was a lvin' on tho floor. 'I wouldn't caro to live, Jim,' said he (a...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 December 1873

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. ''Thursday, November 27. Archbishop . adochowskl has been ordered to resign with in week from notice. Ho has received a let- ter from the Pope exhorting him to firmness, . . y Tho lgnahtan newspaper at Madrid juatl f flea' the execution of the Vlrglnlus captives, anc cites as a precedent for the action of the ( flpanlsh authorities the circular Issued by the United States Government during the civil war, declaring Confederate privateers pirates. .... Washington advices Indicate that war bc 4wen Spain and the United Stales Is imml tstxit, and Secretary Fish Is reported as being aijvncticnsiro to etich result.... The Agricul tural Bureau has lvcn some estimate, found ed upon partial returns, show; a luTge fall ing off In :h corn crop cT 1873 as compared wltli previous years.... Tho Uultcd States Court, Bitting at Philadelphia, has adjudged Jay Cooke & Co. to he bankrupts, and made am -onler f or tho appointment o...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 December 1873

JAMES T1MMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 187:V It f rninounml that Gov. Notes will resume Die practice of law lnClnclnnatl, when hit term of office expires. 'The silver age H dawning upon ,' toys the AsliIUnd, Ohio, Tima. To which P0MROir's Dimocrat add : " S J It If, at Ore dollar a dawn. It la Just too audden fur; anything." The' Chicago 2Vm Is not favorably im pressed With those who present them civet for offlce la that city. Ic says three-fourths of the menjwho ran for ofll je at the-Ute election, "would be in State Prison if Just loa had half a show." Santiago de Cuba, a city whose namo will henot forth be heard with a shud der, was formerly the cnpltol of Cuba. It is a fortified maritime city, and contains a population of about 23,000. It Is the sec ond city In size on the Island, and Is situ ated on the Santiago River, six miles from itajmouth, on tho south coast. Pork-packing at the principal pMnts In the West aggregates thin far 1,148 000 liea 1 s-galnst 758.370 head for ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 December 1873

Published Kry Trldsj Homlns; by JAMES TIMMOSI. TFicmss Jn Copy n Yr If Pid in Advanc It 00 , 1 to , 1 00 On Cop? 81 Month Averted Between the United States and Spanish Gov't. Great Rejoicini Among; fte People of FerrysliiirE aiii Vicinity on Account of the Peaceful Aft jnstment of the CAPTURE OF THE STEAMER VIRGINIAS! And the Notorious Fact That' WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, Have Captured TBI STOCK of GOODS Ever Brought to This Market. And we continue to give more and better goods for one dollar than any o'her House in Wood or Lucas counties. Save your money and come and see ua be fore buying elswhcre and we will prove to yc.' that we are do ing our bhare to mako Hard Times Easy. Best Merrimack nnd Gochece Prints, 10 cts. per yard. Good Trints, G 1-4 cts. per yd Good Crash, 10 4 " lit avy Canton Flannel, 12 Heavy yd wide Sheeting, 10 " Good Young Hyson Tea, 50c. GOc. and $1 per pound. 11 pounds of Sugar for $1. We take great pleasure in thowing goods whether you pur. chase or no...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 December 1873

REPORT OF THE POSTMASTER- GENERAL. From the annual rpnnrt nf tiio Prt .-mI1 . 1 , Mun-urncrai. -WHICH is or Unusual ngtll, , make tUo following Condon- length nation r Pn.T-Orrir-a TiarinTwiiif'i' 1 WHINXUM, 1). V, Nor. 14 1HTS. ( Hi 1 The ordinary rcvennes of this Department Inr lh fiscal year. iiriod Julie SO, 1H78, were year ended June 80, lHiS, were r n the exncndlturca of all kinds: dHr.( Jot Iko year ended Juno 80, 1H74, the ohllnafy rtfWnrica wcro fsil,IUR,4v!fl.8r, and the cxpciKlllnrce ai,n:8,lW1.31. In there was an tnrreas of revcnne over lH7i of 1,(K1.315.40, or 4 W per rent., and an Increase of expenditures of fcJ,tB.Ts.H, or tUO por cent. A Comparison of iH,:iwllo IMil show, en Increase In revenues of ('4,UbM.bMi.ln, or 14.44 per cent., and an increase of exjivtullinrca of l,8'ill.Ii, or m.M per cent. If, In addition to Iho ordinary revenues, the De partment 1i credited with the ordinary amounts lrw and expended for entstrilns to mall steam ship linea (;m.,i), It will b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 December 1873

FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS. SENATE. A1.Aniit a GeoifeK. Hnnnr. Cr (79 Ooliifh walls. i AiiKMtwa, rflwoll Clayton. 8. W. Dorsey. CALIFORNIA. Evgent easterly. A. A. Barifent. roNNBCTlt'UT. O. 8. Ferry. W. A. Hiickluehani. DRLAWAHM. T. F. Bayard. Jill Saulebury. FI.OUIUA. S. B. ConoYor. A. UilbcrU ononniA. T. JT Norwood. J. 11. Gordon. 1 ILLINOIS. J.' A. toff an. K. J. Ojrleshjr. INDIANA. O. P. Morion. D. 1). Pratt. IOWA. W. B. Allison. O. O. Wright. KANSAS. T. J. Ingalls. Hubert Croxlcr. XKNTUCKT. J. W. Strrenton. T. 11. McCreery. LOUISIANA. 3. H. Went. Contented. MAINF.. L. M. Morrill. II. llumlin. MARYLAND. W. T. Hamilton. Q. R. IJennit. MASSACHUSETTS. CnABLES MUNKB. Georjje S. llontweil. M ten in an. Z. Chandler. T. W. Ferry. MINNESOTA. William Wliidom. Alexander Hnmscy. MISSISSIPPI. J. L. Alcorn. A. Amen. HissouHL, Cabl Hrm-nz. L. V. Bogy. rkiihakkA. -T. W. Tipton. P. II. JUlchoock. , . - NSVAOA. 1 W. M. Stewart. J. P. Jones. HEW HAHPSmRB. Ai II. Crajrln. It. Wadleigh. jkrsky. J. P. Sto...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 December 1873

1 gmgslmrji (0utnnl. JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, - DKCKMDER 12, 187:. A l.lBrtl Offer. Encouraged by ths additions slrady msde to our subscription llitt, W mVf ft mora liberal oO'-r la those retl itift up lubt. Ta evsry person sending ns five cash subscribers, st $1,10 nah, wo will give copy fifTlieOrsatlndu-itrlc of Die Unit"! Stale, valuable book of 13(10 pages, snd over 6II llluttmttnni. This Is ft book that no library should be without, Specimens can be seen this office. Pr. Cnris, In a recent lec'urp, entitled "Woman and her Works," bi.1.1 : "In woman's relation to man sc should be equal In society and qiiul b. fore, tho ;nw, as she Is (quiil before OoJ. If tlilaorthnt branch of learning vltl devc'ov the Intel ligence ol tho toy, why will U not the girl f The question of womnu's right the billot bus pisr fir btyond the reach of rldlcide." IU did no es'.eem toting the greatest or Ann! good. Iv. Our ix expressed tho most liberal vl w. and had "no wUh to avoid at y f-f the. loo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 December 1873

MeUiail Iver? Friday KrnlB( fc ttllllil On Copy On Year ' H Paid in Advance On Copy Hit Months-' $1 00 i 1 SO 1 00 Averted Between the United States and Spanish Gov't. Great Kejoiciiii Among; tlie People of Perrysta& anfl Vicinity on Account of the Peaceful Ai 1 jnstinent of the CAPTURE OF THE STEAMER VIRGINIUS! And the Notorious Fact That WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, Have Captured TBB Chapost & Best STOCK of GOODS Eoct Brought to This Market. And we continue to give more and better goods for one dollnr th:in any o'her House in Wood or Lucas counties. Sui-o your money and come and see us be iore buying dsu where and we Trill prove to you that we are do ing our thare to muko Hard Times Easy. Best Merrimack and Gochece Prints, 1 0 cts. per yard. Good Trinls, G 1-4 eta. per yd Good C'nitb, 10 " " Heavy Canton Flannel, 12 Heavy yd wide Sheeting, 10 " Good Young Hyson Tea, 50c. COc. and 1 per pound. 11 pounds of Sugiir for $ 1 . we take great pleasure in showing goods whether...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 December 1873

Report Secretary of the Treasury. The report of the Socretafy of the Tmasnry It ft formidable document, abnnnrtin In anggesUoni and flgiirea, an abstract of which T here given: The net revenue for the fiwal year ending Jnne K), waa f3&l,7iM,toa, end the ordinary exrien ! -3M0 leaning a tmrplni revenue of f 18,- 8H,9. 9, which has hoen applied to the reduction of the pnhlledebt. The total reduction of the debt, from March 1, 1R09, to November 1, 187S, haa bec i.'WII,na(i,'IMthe annnal saving of Interest reunit ing therefrom being (;7,4S.9.H.04. The receipts for the flrnt qnartor of the flucal year ending Jane 80, 1tV74-frnm July 1, 1H7R to September tn, 1878 worn, Including the balance In the Trearary, Jane HO, 187a, t 'M0,8w,S, and the ependluire for the aame period were $l38,JS7,8f8, leaving a balance In the Treasury, Beptembcr 80, 1K78 of $(M,obr,Wo. The estimated receipt from the re maining three quarters of the current fiscal year are JlR7,lfiO.0O0, and the estimated expendi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 December 1873

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. TiiutAt, Decemlmr 11. -Tho trlnl, by court-martial nt Versailles, of Marshal Ba talnels concludfltl. Tbe Judges declare Win (CUllty of the charges of the capitulation of Mcti, and of the rmy In the open fluid, without doing all that was prescribed by honor and doty to avoid surrender, and una linonaly condemn him to death, and to bo degraded from hit ( rank previous io his execution. After Jndg fncnt waa rendered, all the mernbnra of the court signed an apittrar for irterwyr which Oaht d' Aumale Immediately conveved in pcrion to l'renldcnt MacMohon. Bsxalne waa greatly agitated when her lieard tho decision of the court. . ..In a iweiit' proclamation, the Op-tnln-Onerrd of CtfWnnoiines hi belief Uiat amicable relations will remain uninterrupted between Spain and the United Ktntes....A AVasliington dkputch says the Navy Depart mer.t ha3 completed all the necessary arrange ments providing for tho reception from the Sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 December 1873

JAMES TIMM0N8, Editor. rBIDAy,- DECEMBER 19, 1873. Jomr Lavr, editor of Toledo 5tm, Want to ba a martyr. Ou Thursday of last week, after an absence) of a fcw mtnnrtft, he was found gu'lty by a peer of hUoountrymcR fn placing ob oona ltters tur la tbe mailt, and Judg Wslkbr of the U. 8. District Court fined him $500 and eoata of prostculloa. The fine not blnf eollcetable, the Judge did not order a commitment, but la the boldness cf a Gioaoi Francis Thais he dared the Court to Imprison him. MaOBl Eleetlon of OfD cert. Phoe nix Lodge, No. 113, F. & A. M ., hold thlr annual election on Monday evening last, with the following result : William rooK W. M. AlRgRT Williams S. W. John II. Thorstoj J. W. Hkkry Thornton Trwi'.rr-r. V. K IIoLLKXHrxa" Stfstary. YT. F. Pomeroy-. D. J; B. KutY-Tylr. t Thi. wat a very full 'attendance of mtmbera, both from a distance and thos retiring In close proxlml'y. (ttstfad of a bar quet and ball this year It wadc'ded to adjourn for 'U"freshinnRt. Monday e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 December 1873

sbllsht. iry f rlusy stsrnUf by " , . TFIIHM . Om Coot 0n Tsar .' If fld la Adysno... OasCapr Bli Months .it II 1 M 1 00 mi 13) M Averted Between the United States and Spanish Gov t. Great Rejoicini Amoni tie People of Perrjsluii ail Vicinity on Account of the Peaceful Afl justmeiit of tie CAPTURE OF THE STEAMER VIRGINIUS! And the Notorious Fuct That WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, Have Captured TOS .. Cheapest & Best STOCK of GOODS Ever Brought to This Market. And we continue to give more and better goods for one dollar than any other House in Wood or Lucas counties. Save your money and come and see us be fore buying elsewhere and we will prove to you that we are do ing our share to mako Hard Times Easy. Best Merrimack and Gochece Prints, 10 cts. per yard. Good Prints, 6 1-4 cts. per yd Good Crush, 10 He avy Canton Flannel, 12 Heavy yd wide Sheeting, 10 " Good Young Hyson Tea, 50a COc. and $1 per pound. "11 pounds of Sugar for $1. We take great pleasure showing goods whether y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 December 1873

CHRISTMAS. " ' It In coming t I Mn ai'u aloiiK liiti street. In Uiivayes of ill I meet. Curious glances, looks Inqtilrlnfr, PccluiiK Kjimatiiiift mill ili-nlrlng: In the searching, "over tiring, ' 1 1 cm tell the coming. . " Itltcomlncrlt Toy-shop windows show It ; Hoys and trlrln all know It, And they lay awake o nltrhta, Thinking of the gorgeous sights Aud the. many now delights That are coming. i - j It Id comlngl fly the loads of evergreen In the market-place seen; My the cakes and plea now baking; And the preparations making; By the turkey that are quaking, , I can tell the coming, r i Ittscomlnirl Tender note have been Indited, Uiiests from far and near In vited ' And all hcarta are wildly healing 'With the pleanre of the meeting, And Uie Joyons, happy greeting, tt i At the -coining, ' t 1111 the coming I I1 It be atritrry season, Kull of pleasure, mixed with reason; Way the hay henna be lighter, And onr hnmoa be all the brighter I t by Its coming. THE LITTLE STOCKINGS; OR, CH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 December 1873

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Weduksdat, December 17. A. frightful hurricane In the north of England and bi 8cot land hna done much damage to property In Sheffield, Halifax, Nottingham, Leeds, Glas gow, and other cities. Shclllold Is said to look at If It had been bombarded. Many people were killed, and many more seriously, and tome fatally wounded.... In an official call upon United States Minister Sickles at Madrid, on the 10th, President Castelar made formal announcement of the surren 'der of the Vlrglnlut and the remaining priso ner. It Is said the utmost fordlallty was ahow on both tides.,.. The to-called Cuban Bouse of ItepresentatiTei have formally de posed Ccspcdcs from the Presidency, with the design, It Is said, of restoring to power the eld Junta of New fork. Polcdo Aqullcra hat taken charge of the Presidency.... Colonel Frederick Dent, the father of Mrs. President Grant, died at Washington on the night of the 151 li, aged eighty-tig...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 December 1873

gmjjolnutt gfoniunl. JAMLM T1JIJIONS, Editor. FRIDAY, IECKMBKlf20, 1873. A part of tho route of the Southern R .llrosd, from Cincinnati to ChatUnooga, Tenn., )im been located, and a contraot mads for one i t the tutinels. The New Salary Bill and the disposal of It by the Lower House of Congross, will be found tn Congressional Summary on first pnge of thia paper. If we tuiitabe nut they will regret their action. am - mi The old addaffe Is t '- Black Clirlslmn green graveyard;" 8now having fell to the depth of a small fractional part ol an Inch on Christina Eve, will ti e old st It.hatl ant Inform us wl.at a gray or salt and ptperChitatmas iInlfloiT The Virginias, It 1 said, b. lories tl a Mr. Wm. Psrrsnso:, cf New York, and was bought by him for the Cubans. In coir p. liliig that ve el to s'r.ke, therefore, ipaln "ttiuck Billt PiTTkitsoH. Ti n. one more pt rplexing riddle " who struck Billy Patteusox," has been solved. " It will thus be seen t hut thn expen diture's lor the past rear...

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