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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 December 1873

abllinad Xsry Friday Morning by JAMES TIMMOII. TFIlMSI On Copy One Year. If Paid la Advance On Copy 8i Months ' t 0 . 1 SO . 1 00 WA Averted Between the United States and Spanish Gov't. Great RejoiciEi Aim fte People 8f Perryslmrs and Vicinity on Acconnt of tlie Peaceful Ai jnstment of the CAPTURE OF THE STEAMER VIRGINIUS! And the Notorious Fact That WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, Have Captured TBI Ctoapest & Bsst STOCK of GOODS Ever Brought to This Market. And we continue to give more and better goods for one dollar than any other IIouso in Wood or Lucas counties. Save your monev and come and see us be fore buying elsewhere and we will prove to you that we are do ipg 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 Crash, 10 " II( avy Canton Flannel, 12 Heavy yd wide Sheeting, 10 " Good Young Hyson Tea, 50c 60c. and $1 per pound. 11 pounds of Sugar for 1. Wo take great pleasure in 6howing 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. — 26 December 1873

A CHRISTMAS RHYME. BY HELEN J. ANGELL. in Chrlatrnaa av.nlnff, long Just how long I forcet Tne fnnda ol Hni Claaa rin low, Bo A. ran Into d.bt. Could be hi uanal gifts bestow And all too bill lx mat? . lie polled his beard and scratched hi head And ti t hi cap awry. " Tb'-re ars thlnm In 'he world," be Bald, "Thai monet cannot bny Thine needful aa nne'i dally bread; Tula year those gift I'U try." And ao to one he gave a friend, And to another health. And showed a third the baneful end Of blewlnga won by steal I h Toward what aoro lo- their footstep, tend W ho too much baate for wealth. For one he won a huhand'a llfo Back from the drunkard's doom; And for ano'hur hopulee. wife Opened the peaceful tomb; Through many a village rank with itrlfo Bade flowera of coucord bloom. One sore-trlcd aonl he made ao brav. That right the victory won ; With tear upon a uew-made gTRve Haw higher llfo begun ; Bark to a widowed uioiher gave An erring, sorrowing aon. lie brongbt to many a household ban4...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 January 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wwwnwd.vt, December 24th. A Bcr. In special saya rumora are la circulation there that the Emperor William In dead, which rumor ro undoubtedly falso, though It It certain Hint Ilia Mnjettjr la very 1)1 The London Timtn alluding to the. report that Spain hna m.ido a demand npon tbe United Btntea for the restoration f the steamship Vlrglnlus and tho survivors Who were surrendered nt Santlugo do Culio, saya: "dueh action on tlio part of Spain would bo premature, despite tlio opinion of the Atlonii y-t.eiicrul of tlic (.'tilted Btatca thnt tho Vli Kin I n bad no right to carry the Amer ican flag. Bpiln mm', wait until a United Btntea Court Ins fettled the ease of the vessel before proceeding further In tho mat ter.".... A Washington Associated l'reca dis patch aays: "11 la now quite certnlu that If the estimates arc reduced, as proponed, and other contemplated reductions in Federal expenses are made, Increased taxation ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 January 1874

JAMES TIMMOXS, Editor. FRIDAY, - JANUARY 2, lS7f "A HAPPY NEW YEAR" To one and nil of our patrons. THE COUNTY SEAT QUESTION. The count jf-seat, goc.iUul, 1 ostAb'Micd for the convtjilcr.cts of the people, nnd tlif voter, of eaclt ifmnty are permitted, un der certain restriction?, to any wliorc lr, linll bo lueattd. Tho question la one In which evry citizen ol a county I In tcrentcd, and one, too, which ahouM he. drtcrmlned without bitterness if fjelin?. In 1SG0, a rote was ti ken In this c wn!j upon the qu-stlon of removing tlm county -goat from JAii rjiburr to B )lin Green. rnd there was n small m:J rlty in luvor of removal. nr'slni from the want of a proper undcr.tnntllnjr of the question by a large mi ml cr e.f voters, who were yr v erned In their action by the single f c that lJi)wIInjr Oriin was a central pulnt. It la now ronfld.-ntly btlieVid that thu ox. licilonceof the people tlnco tlio if in oval ot the acat of justice to Bowllnjr Oieen, to feather with a better uiidi rstan...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 January 1874

The List of Delinquent Lands and Town Lost, In Wood County, Ohio, for the Year 1878. Th t.n!, Mts ana Part of fat returned Delinanent by th Tr.nrer of Wood Coartj, to (rathcr with the Turn n1 IWItjr chtgod thereon, greebly to U, r contained ana Oe aaribed lo the following Iit, Tin PERRYSBURG TOWNSHIP—LANDS AND IMPROVEMENTS. V s 3 JCam or Owkkm. Realer, Colemen Heeler, Adeline Keelor, Coleman Hlralrr Frederick ran j V" fo ran do 8; .' 4 12 8 12 8 12 8 12 8 12 8 12 8 Fnhr Mallhia a An'n Hintler Frederick Price JF ' ; Crbb William Puher Homer E fang Jacob Price J F ltnyer John tUppe Oeorp F rasher James earn Oppliirer Jamb T,ntl Rudolph Zingf Nicholas Wee John Keltic! I.ndwlg Kittl Lewi Ohio Htate of. Hungary Henry II rare John Hnngarr Henry Itallr Abram llnhenimel J Cook A Khar Unam Eraemn Hammiuger Jacob F.flwrt Lucy A Kffcert Reul J'rBlioa William Karlbone F.dward Holt John A. McMillan Alexander lleincy A"iriin K. linen R NACe Keeler Adeline. Keeler Colemia Parkin 11 II lame Way Wil...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 January 1874

CALENDAR FOR 1874. S 06 5 K 3 V S'fc.'B La -3 -3 ? llSil CO Jhii. Feb, i 4 n ! V, g! 10 III! 13 14 IB 10 11 II 1:1 10 !l ll i( w w 3i m ii it is ii r. m i; is id ai 3i it a-ii M J7 38 JulT 12 IS ll'lfl IV t) 21 2-2 10 It! 12 If II IR 19 .S 21 JiVO Am. Sept Oct, Mar. .au.si .. ., ' 10 It 12 IS 111 WW 19 II 11 IK 211 21 72 2:1 i I April j ' May. I I I Jans. 1.1 W 17 IK 19 211 il .11 l 26 .su,ai .,!.,!., ..! .Ma au i si a. 4 5, ; v l t in n, 12 11 II 1 17 IR 11 m 21 22 a 24 21 II 21 8 ! 't! It 12 IS 14 1 is in 1 in m 2n 21 . 22 23 21 20 At .11 24 26.27, W, 3 Not, Deo. 1011 12 IS M IS in 17 IR 19X12122 23 212S2B 27 .28 al l 0 10 11 12 1.1.14 13 11 17 IR It 20 21 !2 23 24 2S . 26. 27 '2H .. 1 2! S 4 SI K V a' 9 HI It'll IS ii in n m in ai .1 iljlil'i... !! J! ? 10 nl to 13 14 13 Id 17 IR 111 '21 ' 2a Zi HI 5ft 77 IS ni ..I.. I ..I.. I 27 ot 29 jn'm I . . I . .' 20 21 22 23 2 1 25 2(1 10 11 10 r, is '23 21,26 30,31 .. ' 13 11 1.'. 20 21 ' 17, 28 2K 10 11,12 17 IS II' i4 25.21. Agassiz on ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 January 1874

SUPPLBrilBH'r TO JOURIrilX.. PaMisn.tt Zrry Friday Morning ky TUi,nos. Ifnt Copy On. Year. 3 00 If PmI in Aclmnce I 10 One Copy Sis Months 1 00 Wood County Statisties. K correspondent fiom Bowling Grren recently furnished ths following fitc and figures to the Toledo Commtrcml. " Pan Handle" may write filinfr.ly to ihe Senliiul upon the bui then cf taxation, notwltha.tandlnjr he lives and pnyi hi? taxes In Cent r, b it dntr his communl cation from the Pan Handle In Perry, burg township. Would It not b more consistent fr " Pan Handle" to "writ ine a letter from home." mid make fu-thcr Inquiry abruttha' $l,8C0ttiatdlnppeard po suddenly about a v ar s;o from the Corporation Treasury of B. O., and afier v hlch the I arao Pan II tndle made Inquiry throrgh the paper at the time f Ed. Commfrcui.; The total valuation Cf the taxable property of Wood county on the Duplicate of 1S73 i $9,707 ,820. The State levy Is 33 cents on each $100 valuation, being six cents more than last year. The county...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 January 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. "Wedkebdat, December 81. The treaty between Russia and Bokhara bM been pub lished. It gives the Khlvan territory on the 'light bank of the Amadarla River to Bokhara, which, In return agree to abolish slavery and establish mutual trading facllltlca with Rus la. . . .The Secretary of the Navy haa received ft- dispatch from the Commander of the Osslpne, announcing that the Vlrginius aunk on the night of the 20th, off winning ton. It aeema the Ossloee, with the Vlrginius In tow, left the Dry Tor tugas on the 19th. On the 201 li a strong gale commenced, and the Vlrginius be gan leaking badly. On Christmas Day her condition was no critical that the Os alpee put Into Frying Pan Bhoals, off Cape Fear, with her charge, and. came to anchor. The next morning the Vlrglnlnt signaled the Osslpee she was sinking. The crew were at once transferred to the latter, the hawser was cut, and the Vlrginius went to the bottom, leaving onl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 January 1874

JAMES nittKOXS, Editor. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1874 The Dalttmore, rittsburg A ClilcApo Rond run tlwlr flrst Fngr t train to fleshier oo New Years: Day. At present they fare making connection with the tralni on the Dayton & XMXgtn Road. We publish elsewhere an extended obituary notice of Bai.rw Kcilbr, Esq., front the New York JVifVune, that pper firing him up as lost. Mr. Ks.si.itit Is known to nln ost erery person In this ronsty, and his brother, mentioned In the obituary. Mr. W. O. Ktn.it la a mem ber of the firm of Inghaham. KasLttn A Co., now doing biislnrs at Custar, this county. T' ere Is a lingering hope yet that Mr. Kk ir.n Is not lost. Common Picas Court Is In session a' Bowling Green, jJulge riLi.ms on the bench. The attendance, we are Informed It quite large, more than six hunlred wttneiws having bean tubpoanaed. By reaion of the horrible condition of the roads, few of these can reach the county- eat by any sort of conveyance, and hence the fluids are alive with pedestri...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 January 1874

The List of Delinquent Lands and Town Lots, In Wood County, Ohio, for the Year 1878. The Lands, Lolt and Part of Loll relumed Delinquent br the Trettnrer of Wood CWirty, to gether with the Tatet and Penalty ehaiged thereon, agreeably to lit, are contained end de eribed In the following Lilt, Tit: . PERRYSBURG TOWNSHIP—LANDS AND IMPROVEMENTS. Namks or Owimi. 3 Ketier, Coleman Keeler, Adeline Reeler, Coleman Plotter Frederick van. ' Fuhr Matthlaa Au'n do Htoiler Frederick Price J F Crabb William Fiaher Hnmer E I.ong Jacob ' Price J F Bojer John Kappe Geo'g Fresher Jamea uma Opplig er Jacob Xinrg Rudolph Kingg Nicholae Weea John Reittel I.udwig IUIttel Lewie Ohio Hlate of Hungary Hear Ilrere John Hungary Henry. Pally Abram Duhammel J Cook Aaher l.inam Erasmus Hemuiioger Jacob Ktbert I. mot A Egbert Reuben Prentice William Kadbone Edward Hcoit John A. McMillan Alexander Reiner Angualine KellM KNiCt Keeler Adeline Keeler Colerhan Perkint H D aame Way Willard V. Wogle Sarah Kdilleman Geor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 January 1874

The Secretary of State. Ok the day Hint tho Vlrginlns was taken from tlie harbor of Havana to bo returned to tho United States proof both of the cfllclent energy Of our Govern ment and of the good faith of that of Spain Mr. Cox, of New York, declared in the House of Representatives that Con. gress was pusillanimous and without the courage to kill a mouse, and that the di plomacy of the Government had draggled the flag of the country In the dust. On the evening of tho same day a meeting was held at tho Cooper Institute, nt New York, at which a most Insulting Insinua tion was made In regard to the Secretary of State by the Hcv. Jlr. Hepworth, the chief orator an insult which demands the most public, apology. Wo are glad to add that on tho same tiny, also, Mr. Beck, ' a Democratic member of tho IIouso from Kentucky, said that if tliere was anything which tho President had managed well. It was the negotiation with Spain ; and General Ilawley, of Connecticut, one of the most callant sold...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 January 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wednesday, January 7. A Havana telegram . nays the Hume Government baa granted, without restriction, the extraordinary power demanded by Captain General Jovol lar....It la said to be the opinion, In official and diplomatic circles In Washington, that the Spanish Republic Is practical ly ended James C Ilustcd, Republican, has been elected Speaker of the New York Assembly.... In the Minnesota Ilouso of Representatives, the Vote for Speaker was: A. R. Hull, Republican, 5.1; Johh Davidson, Opposition, 49.... The Ohio House of Representatives has chosen Geo. L Converse as Speaker. Tho.rer.olutions to cen sure Congress for passing the Salary grab act, were reported back to the House so as to Include president Graut for not vetoing the bill. The Republicans sought to get a division of the question, so as to vote first on censuring Con gress, and In their failure to do this, voted solidly againBt all the resolutions. They ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 January 1874

enuoiuvu journal. J.vmds rm.no., i:m.)i. FRIDAY, - JANUAHY 16, 18? t. rcnnsylvaiiU voted New Oinil!n lun, le by a mnji.i Hy t i KiO,000,ou (lie lGilt tilt. Gen. Jmks B. Strad.man did not got much Democrat! j supportonly one vete for Serjeant nt-Arnn cf ilm Senate. . 11 All tle truatios cntrred Into hy the; United States with fortiori ciuntrif.a, from 1770 to tho present Umo, have b 'en collected Into a voltiuao ainl published by the Oovermcnt. . - - . The Northern O!do T. aeher' Apsou'r tlon held its fourth annual meeting at Ada, Oblo, on the S0;h, 3 th and 3Utof iHccmbcr. Tlio attendance Is r ported larger than iipm any furtnor occasion, there btlnjr some seven counties nptf sentrd by one hiiudrci) teachtn. Tiie cltlz"n8 of Ada entertained all In at( end am free of chnrge. A constitution and by-laws wrc tdoptcd.sr.d hem xtmect Injj appointed at Upper S.mduiky the lat etk. In December, 1ST. The Constitutional Conve ntion, a fi v days since passed a resolution to ncljoiirn overfiom t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 January 1874

Jo.blts1n4l Ev.ry Friday Koralaf ky On Opy On Year.'- J0 If paid In Advance - I On Copy 81s Monlh" 1 wm Averted Between the United States and Spanish Govt. Great Bijoiclni AmoBi tie People of Ferryslon an4 Vicinity on Account or the Peaceful Afl jnstment of tie CAPTURE OF THE STEAMER VIRGINIUS! And the Notorious Fuel That WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, Haye Captured TDK STOCK of GOODS Ever Brought lo This Hurled. And wo 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 Tiints, 6 1-4 cts. per yd Cood Crash, 10 " Htavy Canton Flannel, 12 Heavy yd wide Sheeting, 10 " Good Young Hyson Tea, 50c. COc. and 1 per pound. 11 pounds of Sugar for $1. Wo take great pleasure in showing goods whether you pur chase or not. Country produce taken in ex ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 January 1874

The Cradle of the Rebellion—Some War Reminiscences. [Charleston, S. C., Correspondence of the Philadelphia Press.] In February, 1805, the tmat. of General Q. A. Oilmore, tlio Ocncrul tlmn in com mand of tbo ilcpnriment of tho South, .(teamed one nlnlit from Hilton Head, rt. C, and on a bright, imly niornlnc, ust, about, cliylij.'lit, it touclie'd tlio wharf at Chnrlcston, which bad Just surrendered to the Union forees. Anion? those on board were General Oilmore, Colonel Stewnrtli. Woodford, since Governor of New York, end now Representative In Congress from that State, iK'eoinpanied by bis brave little wife, H. L.. Shelley, eorrespondent of ev. end New York journals, now in New Orleans; Kane O'Donnell, correspondent of the Philadelphia 'row, since dead, and your present correspondent, then South fur the Washington (I). (!) Chronicle. It was a strancc scene we beheld upon en tering this fallen city of the South. There were none but negroes upon the wharf, and our appearance so overjo...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 January 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wkdnesdat, January 14. A Madrid telegram announces tlio surrender of Carta gena, and that the place Is occupied by Gov ernment troops, under General Domlnlqncs . A Paris dispatch soys tlie Iron-clad Nutnancla had arrived at Mers el Keber, Algeria, with 2,fl00 Cartagonlan refugees on hoard. In es caping from Cartagena she passed Ave Gov ernment men-of-war at the mouth of the harbor. The refugees, on their arrival surrendered themselves to the French author ities. Among them were Generals Contreras ' and Calves and the other members of the In surgent Junta. They deciare that the city fell through the treachery of the commanding offi cer --of the principal fort.. .", A Washington special states that at a caucus of Repuhll- can Senators, evidence waa produced show ing that Mr. Cushlng, - during the war, waa In communication with Jeff. Davis, while at the same time he was holding confi dential relations with the Federal...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 January 1874

JAMES TIMMOJfS, Editor. FRIDAY, - - JANUA11Y 23, 1874. THE BEST OFFER YET! THE BEST OFFER YET! Two Good Papers, a Good Magazine, a Handsome Chromo and Steel Plate, All for $3 75. W have made" arrangementa by which w aa furnish the Perrysbnrg Journal, the To. ledo CommotAt, Woon' HorssBoi.D Mao a tiNt, ft handsome Steel Plate ' Tin Anxious jIOTiia," and the beautiful Chromo "Yoskji irt VALmr "-til for $3 T5. Tha Commiroial is fory-ight enlnmn quarto, wtll printed and nail conducted. Thu Megstlne ii n excellent ot, Tor the price t wlnob It If offered, and thrlwo handsome Io lum would cm) yno more thin tbe price of the three publications if bought in the art torei. Tbe Journal must apeak for itself from week la week, from which its merit can J wl'l be judged. For ths acenmmidstlnn of filentls whn m desire to Club our piper with other periodicals we will tupplv them nt lowest club rates. Call or ieod In nrd rs at once. Up to the time of adjournment for the HollJayi, the business transac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 January 1874

ftMUkti Iwy Irld MMnlng fcjf TEKJlSt One Copy On Tsar If Paid ia Advenes- , 2 00 , 1 BO ,1 0 Oat Copy 8U MooUis Averted Between the United States and Spanish Gov't. Great EejoiciDi Ami tie People of PerryslinrjE ani Yicinitj on Acconnt of thB Peaceful Afl justment of tie CAPTURE OF THE STEAMER VIRGINIUS! And the Notorious Fact That WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, Have Captured TBI Choapost & Bosi STOCK of GOODS Ever Brought to This Market. And we continue to give more and bettor 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 slig 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 " II(avy Canton Flannel, 12 Heavy yd wide Sheeting, 10 " Good Young Hyson Tea, 50c. COc. and $1 per pound. 11 pounds of Sugar for $1. We take great pleasure in showing goods whether you pur chase o...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 January 1874

United States Finances. The following table, made up by TA ArM York Evening Post from figures bo. comnanying the report or the Secretary of the Treasury, wiii be found Interesting and valuable for reference. The second column of figures bIiows the amount of outstanding principal of tho public debt of the United States on the 1st of January of each year mentioned, and the third the gross expenditures of the Government for eaca fiscal year: Year. Debt. liUI ( 75,411.4,11 rw 17i4 ........ n.tMMH m IW8 Wl,M,ti!M OI 1704 TO,7,4(II T7 1705 8fi.747.6H7 Hit 1TSW M,7l,17ii 07 17(17 R4.0trl.47U 17118 7.MI,8OT Itl 17110 78.408.WH 77 ltT0 8i,H7B.itM US lHtll rV1.0W.Oft0 HO 1WW H0.7W.IMii SM 1K03 77,03 ,t!88 SO 1H0I BU,4'J-.1I HH 1M01 83 Sia.lM) Ml iho6 is.TiM.trro tw 1WI7 WI,ai8,MH m 1H08 65,1lt,Hl7 1)7 i 9 s-.o-M.i'.tt nit 1811 M.1T3.J17 ft 1H11 48,OOf,SH7 70 1HU 4.,7:i7 IK) 1H18 B0tiv,fii7 67 1814 81,487,846 lit 1815 9,883.liW) 15 Expenditures. ( 4,797,4.16 78 8,9).4,1W) 00 6,479,977 97 0,041...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 January 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wednesday, January 21. At Tang, re Cohtly, United 8tatos Minister 'WaRbburne, on behalf of the French residents of Philadelphia, presented ex-VrciOflent Thiers with a gold medal. In his speech Mr. Washburne alluded to tho friendship of the United Stntes during her armed revolution, and cutoglml the French people who have taken up tholr residence In the United States. Thiers expressed his thanks to his country, men i In tho United Suites for the manifestations of their confidence in him, and declared that a Republic was the only govcrn ment possible In France; consequently the bond of friendship between the two nations would bo made stronger. . . .In tho Woman's Bufrrngo Convention which was recently-held in Washington, V'lec-l'rcsldcnt Wilson snld: "Twenty years ago I came to tho conclusion that my wife, my mother and my sis ters wuro as much entitled tfctue right of suffrage . as myself, and I liavo not changed my...

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