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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 March 1874

TIMJIOKS, Editor. ; L.. FKIDAY, MARCH , 1874. JAMES Priv.n from every fickle, quillHiig, iin (cnnl)le and false position In which the Tibblem for tho Sentinel allowed them selves to ba placed, they i?nln resort to personal abtiN of Homo itiiajjiinry foe. At the exninintiton of teachers on Inst Tuesday at Howling Oreon, this question waa givun among others on Geography i 'Which portion of the United Btatee ia tho moat densely populated, and why T One of tho lady applicants gave the fol lowing answer I "The eastern portion, fleoanse the in hahitanU of that section are not yet aware if tho etincrinr facilities for emigration to Bowling Orecn." -- 1 1 COUNTY-SEAT. The bill for the removal of the county aat in M-thotilng county, passed the Ilonae on Wednesday bf 63 to 47. The bilt of like Import that Interests the p pie of Wood county Just now, was let for yesterday, but the consideration of the bill was not reached until evening, when if. was adjourned tor ueut.csaay or Thursday of next...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 March 1874

YtblUkti tvtr? Trlda JTunlig fcy . JAMES TIMMOSI. k' 'teuimi One Copy On Year.." It Paid in Advance OeeOnpy Bit Month 1 WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINEE, TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. PASSING NORTH. PASSING SOUTH. r. m. Custar 3 00 r. .12.60 . 1 .1.84 . l.i6 . 1.38 . 1 . 2.09 . 2 . 2.24 Toledo Perryaburg ... Koechtnn Hall Pririe.... Haekina Tonlogany .... Wealou Hilton. ....... Custar ...... .. Milton .3 04 Weston Tonlogany.... lUskina- Hall Prairie. ...3.12 ...3.28 ...3 3 ...3.38 notch Ion .. 3 49 l'nrryburg ......3 65 Toledo 4 02 PASSING NORTH. PASSING SOUTH. Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. P. at. 10,40 . 10.48 . 10 68 .11.16 11 62 a. Toledo 6.60 Perryaburg ..... 7.16 Rnachtnn 7 CaaUr .. .... Milton Wtoo .... ... Tonlogany..... Ilaakuia Hull Prairie Hull Prairie.... 7.33 Haakina 7.35 11-27 Tnntngany 7.46 VTeaton 8 Milton 8 Cuatar 8.14 Perryaburg .... 11.43 a. m. Toledo 12.10 PASSING NORTH. PASSING SOUT...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 March 1874

The Republican Party. The Republican party la passing through the most critical period of Its existence. It baa had a most remarkable and wonderfully successful career since Its first national triumph In 1800. It pre served the nation against one of the most powerful rebellions which ever threat ened tho existence of any government. It established a system of currency which was almost perfect in Its character, and which resulted In preserving tho pros- Ecrlty of the people and the credit of the ovornmcnt at home and abroad. It has gradually reduced taxation and at the same time diminished the national debt. Internal improvements have been en couraged, ail classes of business have prospered, and no nation ever made such progress as that which has characterized the American people since tho Govern ment passed Into tne hands of the He publican party; and this, too, under cir cumstances of the most adverse character. That the Republican party has made some mistakes there can be no doubt...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 March 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wkpnkhiiay, March 4. A recent Purls letter saya tlie agent of tbn Prince Imperial were nt work in crcry vlllngn l France as pa t'tittly mimI tenaciously na New World pio neer. . ..I.uler advices from Nagasaki, Jupun, say (hut the Insurgent forces, wliieh, accord ing to previous accounts, wero marching it I i tho eity, 1 1 ml been toliitly de feated ly tliu (lovcrninent forces.... A tiller recently received In Washington from New Orleans says Jtidtfe Ditioll had for . winded tils resignation to a trusted friend, to bit tendered In the evcnt,r.f llio Jiidiclnry Com millet of the llrotse reporting articles of im pctnlihictit . . . . A Washington dispatch says the receipts of (lie (iovcnmictit from all sources for tliequurtcr ending December SI were t-V, 5!;i,.V.Hl. The expenditures for tho same pf rW were ti2,rl,337. TiniiifDAT, March 5. A Bayonne dis pute)! says that Don Curing lias been pro eliiimed King nf Spain, m...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 March 1874

JAMES TIMMOSS, Editor. FRIDAY, - MARCH 13, 1874. TDM PAPER M OX FII.R WITH Wtm Advertising Contract can ta tnade. THE BEST OFFER YET! Two Papers, a Good Magazine, a Handsome Chromo and Steel Plate, All for $3.75. W Iisve nude arrsngements by-wliich we a furnish I he I'errvsbnrj JoCsnal, tl: To ledo Coh.ssciai., Wood' Hoctsshoid Maoa y.iss, t hsndsom Bteel Plite " Till ANXtors Morass," sod the beautiful Chromo ' Yoim in Vallst "til for $3 73. Tb CoMUiROtAb U a forty-eight eolnmn nnsrtn, well printed nd well enndtirled. The Mss.sln ll en eieellent one far (he price et wbicb it it offered, end the two hsndsoiae pic ture would sent yno more then tbe price nf the Hire publications if bought in the rt store. The Journal muni speak for Itself from week In week, from wbicb its merit con and will be Indited. For the accommodation of friends who may drelre to Clnb oar peper with other periodical we will eupptf them t Inneet club rate. Celt or tend in orders el once. The revised Constitution, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 March 1874

aollsatA Itiif frlday Heraing by JAMES irtililTIOIVS. TKKIIISS flu Cop? On Tear.." V Paid la Advene . OxCopy Six Months 1 1 00 WILLIAMS BROS. & FIMBEINER. Dealer! in GIIOCEKIES, Boots and Shoos, Hats & Capts, OBOCKERY, GLASS, & aUEENSWAUIS, Pocket and Table CDTLERT, Collars and Heck Ties, Fall Stock of New Stock of ILTM AND GASS1MERES. GOODS TIME TABLE D. & M. R. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. PASSING NORTH. PASSING SOUTH. . r. u. r. Custar 3 00 Toledo 11.50 Milton...... .....3 04 Perryabnre; lit Weston ..3.12 ltnschlon 1.84 Tentngsny ..3.28 Hull Pririe...... l.i Haakins- 3 3 Haskina 1.38 Hull Prairie 3.38 Tontngany 1.50 Raaehton 3 44 Weston 2.09 I'.rrysburg 3 55 Milton 220 Toledo 4 02 Custar 2.24 PASSING SOUTH. Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. r. M. A. M. Custar I0.4 Toledo 50 Milton 10.48 I'errysbure; -7.15 Wla lt 58 Roachton 7 23 Ti.ntogsny.s 11.15 Hull l'raiiie....7.33 Jlaakma 1152 Haskina 7.35 Hull Prairie .. 11-27 ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 March 1874

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Thb rock thnt topers ipllt on Quartz. Fntm htjndbko Ttbriitloni ft minute is aa muoh m bee's wing can do. Hayb no reaped for ft man who hM to feel the public puis to learn his private duty. Thb Oothamltos drink so Httlo water that the Hudson hw had three frcsuett this season. A MfRMfwippi Postmistress lion lis- (-liarged her husband from a clerkship for non-attenuance to umy. WRTUft hen sitting on spite like a ni-nnvT Kccause Its head's on mo sitlo and Its tail's on the other. Thirtrrn broken arms and leirs in Tortland attest to the fact that tho lanlwas a good wlntor for slitting Uown 11111. Mm. ERCHKNKBt.DKB, of Waterloo, Del., Is another jrasolino victim. Filling a lighted lamp, with the usual result. Thb privilege of the peerage recently saved ttie JCan 01 wincuesier irom oeing sent to prison tor debt, at the sun oi, Iiondon firm. Otm great-grandmammas are turning over in their graves in consequence of the rumors now current wiai " pone Donneis- will be revi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 March 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wednesday,' March 11. -The London Dutlg Tdtgravk pnblUhea a long tUtment signed by Charles Orton, In which the writer confesses that he recognised the Tlcbtorn claimant as his brother the first dme he ui Mm, and thst silence on his purl wiu bought with 5 paid monthly, for year, and the promise of a thousand or two, additional at the conclusion of the trial.... A - dispatch from Oon. Wolseley, dated February 10, says the King of the Aahantecs had tent him 10,000 ounces of f ild, the first Inatall mentofthe Indemnity with a request for peace. Three of the. x Kings tributary to Ktns; Kofloe bad 'tven In their submission to British supreme' j,. The terms of peace were : The King agrc to p, Km ounces of gold; to withdraw 'aom the coast: to keen the road free from foi,, jj,e mver prgh; to pro tect corar probthlt humsn sacrifices and keep t', peace forever. ... A boiler In the w,lcr .-Works building of Blnghamton, N. T., ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 March 1874

CcrrjtoVutu gfontmtl. James timmons Lditor. FRIDAY, - MA11GII 20, 1874. THIS PAPER IS ON FILE WITH .. . gp ' Where Advertising Contracts can be made. COUNTY SEAT. PisviaU-uca: from Columbus last evening ataleU that another vote was had, resulting tn ot in favor of granting the bill one hliort of th iiei-Cfuai-y vote. Another diRjiatch thil mQ-ning states that the vote trai reached and taken williout discussion, and that three or four of the members favorable to Perryubnrg, wte were known to be In Columbus, were absent at the time from the House. A new bill will bo Intro duced In the Senate to-day. John MoUai:Lkt, Democrat h tn been e o id In Sjneci county to fill vac tncy In Conatl'utlonal Convention, rice Dr. O'Conxor, deceased. Tnere was no op position candidate. Congressman Burchard, of Illinois has returned to the U. 8. Treasury the turn of $0,040 CO, this sum King the full mount of back and forward pay as me:it btr of the -13d Mid 4 Jd Cngrc3. Suit ha been brou iht in the R'chl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 March 1874

.bHshsi Jvsry Friday Morn! by JAMES THIMtOSS; TFHJ1SI dni Copy (fn Year If Paid In Advance (i-i bos Cnpr 81 Month ;" ; if N .. i BO i oo WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER. Sealers in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Boots "and Shoes, Hats & Caps, CROOKBEY, GLASS & QUEENS W ARE. Pocket and 'I nhW COTLEttY, Collars and Neck Ties, Full Stock of New Stock of CLOTItfiS AND TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. PASSING NORTH. PASSING SOUTH. r. x. Custsr 3 00 Milton 3 0 Weeton 3 12 Tontogany 3.28 Haakios- S 3 Hull Prairie 3 38 Knecbton ...... X B IVrrytburg 3 ii Toledo 4 02 F Toledo Perr.rsburg Knactiton . Hull Pririe. Haskins ToDto(any . Weaton.... Milton...... Ouatar..... 1 PASSING NORTH. PASSING SOUTH. Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. r. h. Custsr 10.40 klillon 1048 Weston M 53 Tontogany 11.15 Haskins 1152 Hull Prairie .. 11-27 Perrysburg .... II 43 A. M. Toledt 12.10 A. . S Toledo..... Perrysburg ..... Roachton 7 Dull P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 March 1874

Not Quite Dead. How tn&Ay time within th pant two years hti tlie country benn sured that the Republican party li dead? Why it continue to lire in-the face of all the cofUne that hare been made for it we can not quite make out. It cannot hare rery strong appreciation of lti friendly mourners. Scarcely two rear, ago a Sreat many " distinguished Journalists" ecided that the liepnbl lean party was as dead as a herring, and they went to Cin cinnati to bury it. There was a big grave dug, but there was tome misunderstand ing about the party or parlies deposited in it. The Republican organization walked off as if nothing had happened the " dog it was that died." Who was it that sung the lleart Bowed Dovn as a fu neral march f One Mr. Bowles, of Hpringfteld, Mass., can tell us, for he took a handkerchief and mopped up the tears of the melancholy vocalists. Many things have happened since then. The Cincinnati people became convinced by the second week In November that the Republican party...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 March 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wednesday, March 18. According to the statement of a correspondent of the Lon don Daily Xemt, In the Tlrlioot district . of India 100,000 natives, oil of them famishing for wafit of food, have applied to the Govern ment for acslRtonce. The correspondent adds that one-halt the population will die If ade quate relief he not afford cd....8t. Patrick's Day was celebrated throughout the conn try with great enthusiasm by the Irish-Americans. No disorders are reported anywhere.... A Raleigh (X. 0.) dispatch of tho 17th states that rumbling noises were heard on tho surface of Bald Mountain, In the western part of the State, and that a volcanic eruption was feared. The people living on and near the mountain were seeking safety In flight. One report states that houses on the sides and at the base of the mountain had been thrown down by the upheavals of the earth. TmmsDAY, March 19. Prince Kalakena has been elected King of th...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 March 1874

J1XE4 TIM Jf OSS, Cditor. FKIDAV, MARCH 37, 1871. The people of Fort TTayne are trying t fft tho estaMlsbmvnt of United State ClnnU and Dlgtrlot Courts, and a distributing- Postofflc at lhat place. "Shall w luQ ita and bin.?" sneerlng f asks the learned gentleman from the K nt. ''Shall We contract and )Hpsi?" Indlj-naatly responds the learned gcntlo m m from the West. . MoKKisott It Warra U our sixth Chief Justice aiooe the organization of the Gov ernment. Johx Jay was theflrsf, and cc e ipUfd the BenuU from 1789 to 1791; Ol iver Eixawonin, from 1700 to 1S00; .Tor Marshall, irom 18ul to 1835; H)oaiiR B. Taxt, from IPS') to 1R0I; Saijios P. CnAta, lroml8Ci to 1873. The Tiffin Adwrttor has a corrcspoml- it at Flat Rock who write li broke ''Pennsvaiiia Dutch," and gvU cfTsome prtty good things. Hefw is a specimen: "Vehaf mlssrHple roU s ad bresend any how, on dop. Id vos purrly ntse ofur ln t, Ml no I many tos going dot vay." Svn tine' plar.se copy. m -a m O i hi return h u II y. Dr. P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 March 1874

Fsslli.ea1 Every Tilda? Morals by TEMIHit One Copy One Yefcr..... If Psld is Advance Oae Copy His Months-. ... 91 (HI III ... 10 New (Goods DAILY ARRIVING AT WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER. Sealers in DRY GOODS, CKOCEllIES, Boots and Shoes, Hats & Caps, CBOCKERYj GLASS & QUEENSWAKE. Pocket and Tabic CITLEHY, Collars and Heck Ties, Full Stock of New Stock of AND GASSISV3ERES. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. PASSING NORTH. PASSING SOUTH. r. m. Onstar .....3 00 Milton 3 01 Weston 3.12 Tontojrany ....... 3.2$ llixkiii. 3 it Hull I'mirie 3 W Ko.chlou 3 H IVrrvstHirg ......3 Si P. M. Toledo 12.40 I'errvsburs; ..... 1 18 ttoac'btou' 1.81 Hall I'riiie...... 1..C ilaskitis ........ I.:i8 Ttwuieaiijr ...... l.U U'eeluu 2.114 Milton 22(1 Cincinnati, Dayton, Tel. & Chi. Express. r. a. OaiHsr IO.IH Hilti.ll Ill 48 Weston Ii it Toiitogany ...... 1 1.1 i U iskina II it Mull Prairie ..ll -'7 l'crrjiburg .... 11 43 A. . T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 March 1874

Organization and Vitality of Parties. Ever slnc the war sundry wiseacres have time and again decreed the death of the RepuWlcan party, hot It "still llyoa." These philosophic gentlemen year after year proclaim that the party has survived the issues which brought It into being has fulfilled its mission and that the only things left for it to do are to go Into Its shroud, close Its eyes, compose It stiffening limbs, and so retire to its ever, lasting rest They have shown a surpass ing anxiety to administer upon Its effects, but instead of enjoying this felicity their own incongruous estates have regularly gone to probate. We have had " People's Parties,' Soldiers' Parties," and last, but not least, the great " Liberal Party" of 1872 was sprung upon the country but they have all come to grief, leaving their projectors irretrievably stranded on the bars and beaches of popular contempt. Annually almost have these experiments been essayed. These little cock-boats of parties have been laun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 April 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. WitMBUDAt, Much 25. The remains of Dr. Livingston have reached Ales, Ara on ,lrd th ttexmar Calcutta. ...The Carlist re reported to b throwing Incendiary fthells Into flllboe with terrible effect Whole street re In lama, The besieger have cap tured Alula, ft tubnrb on the left bank of the Nervlone....The Trench assem- bly has Toted to adjourn from March 88 to May Z. ... Tbe balloting In tne Msssa- chusctt Legislature for I'nlted State ienatof on the 24tb rcsultedasfollows: House Hoar, W; Dawes, 01; Curtis, 88; Banks, 4; Adams, 13; Sanford, 10. Senate Dawes, 17; Curtis. 10; Hoar, 8; Adams, .2; Whlttier, 1....1 proposed "Compulsory Education" lair has been, defeated In the Illinois Senate..,. The Northwestern Cheap Transportation Con vention met at Rock Island, 111., on the 24th. Nearly 000 person were In attendance. Mr. J. X. Allen, of Gene seo.was chosen Chairman. The resolutions adopted are given elsewhere. ...'.T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 April 1874

.JAMES TI31M05Sr Editor. FIUPAY-'-...'Al,HIL 1874. TIU lAIKll m on ru.e wtta' ' WWw lifTCTttainc Caairaets tu fc seade. THE BEST OFFER YET! Two Good Papers, a Good Magazine, a Handsome Chromo and Plate, All for $3 75. W hav msde arrangement ty which. w aa faraiih Hit Perrjebora: Journal, tli To ledo Conciii, WoOu's HoUSSBOlD Maoi sm, handsome Rtttt Plat Tn Anxious Moral," and tbebeautiful Chromo "Yoaf its Tillkt ill Tor $3 75. . The Commircml It a forty-eight column quarto, well printed and well conducted. The Magsalne I en excellent one fur (lie price st which It It filtered, and the two handsome pic tures wnnld cant ynw more then th pries nf the Hire Iu4rtctiuDt If bought In lh rt Stores. ' if," Tht JotTRRat. mntl speak for itielf from week n werk, from which itt nvritt eta tod will tie litoged. , For Ihe accommodation of friendt who miy desire to Ululi nur paper with i.ther periodlcnle we will tupplv tliem el lowest club ratt. Cell or tend in orders nt once. Republican Corporatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 April 1874

raVlitas. rtr jttiUy X train f If JAMES TISIMOMS. ' ' TCHMII ; ' Oa Cay Onn Yea $1 M If Paid ia A4Tta. ... 1 It OasCapy BltMosMn-.. 1 Mew (Roods DAILY ARRIVING AT "WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINEK .Dealtrt in guoci:i:ii:s, Boots and Shoes, Hats I Caps, s CROCKERY, GLASS & QUEENS WAKE, Pocket n ntl Table CUTLERY, Collars ana Heck Ties; Full Stock of New Stock ot AND GASSIMERES. DRY GOODS TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. riSSIMO WOBTB. r. it. Custar 00 Milton I Weston J 'I Tontngaay 3.28 llaakins- ...3 38 Hull prairie ....S.S8 Roaehlon 3.S8 Perryaburg ......3 44 TnUdo id raaSINO SOUTB. r. at. Toledo...... Perrysburg . Knachton .. Hull I'riarie" Hsskins .... Tnntngsny .. We.lon .U.JO . 116 . 114 1.36 . 1.88 . 1.60 .8 )9 Milloa.. 2 20 I Custer. 3.24 Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. P. a. IO.40 . 10.48 . 10 68 .11.16 II 26 .11-27 , 11.43 a. at. A. St. 6.40 Cuatar.. .... Hilton Weeton Tontngany ..... flaskins....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 April 1874

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. put t,.T :. U ftmitwl ver. finding two BllUrntors in one of her ewcrt. A N&yw Youk Centrttl Raiirofttl train mnde eight? miles In eighty ne minute. Qratiti'dr It the throwing out of our hearts In. Hit light of another's kinUnct Turku 1 an Inebriate In Chicago who bus signed the pledge eighty seven timet. A. Hocu"tkh firm has found salo foi 00,000 rounds of driid and tllced pota- t0Ir you want to make a bustle in the world, take Are newspapers and a piece of tape. - Velvet pocket on the outside of street dresses aro very fashionable, stylish and unique. Tiik PUetaPflS of Geneva wat valued at t4i.000, but she died Just at easily at a $30 cow. Tub essence of knowledge Is, having It, to apply, it v not having It, to confess your Ignorance. In Utah a criminal condemned to denth, it Is said, may choose whether he will be shot or hanged. Smokiko is prohibited In the Kansas Senate Chamber, but not In the House of Representatives. A fashion writer announces that coff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 April 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. .Wkdnesday, April 1. The noman Catholic Archbishop o( Cologne has been ar rested for violation of the German Ecclesiasti cal laws.... A Madrid telegram says a heavy fire was kept up by the artillery upon the Car list position on the Slat. Troops to the number of 15,000 had been forwarded to rein force Serrano. The Carlist General Olio had been killed .... A recent Calcutta telegram says that reports from the districts affected by the fnmlno show a great Improvement In the con dition of affairs.... Secretary of the Treasury Richardson and Commissioner of Internal Rev enue Douglass testified before the Way and Means Committee In the Sanborn Investigation ' on the 81st ult The former gave It as his positive opinion that the law under which the Simborn contracts were given should be absolutely and unconditionally repealed. He had never spoken with Bullhorn about his contracts, and had never been approached by any other...

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