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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 April 1874

Ji.MEri TIMMONS, Edllor. FRIDAY, - -Al'llIL 10, 1874. THIS PAPER FH'E WITH E3 Wfcete Advertising Contract can be mmlo THE BEST OFFER YET! Two a Good Magazine, a Handsome Chromo and Steel Plate, All for $3 75. We hive made arrangements by which we run furnish PBrrysburr Joi'Knai., the To ledo Couxkrcmi., Woon'i llorsitnoi r Mao iNI, I handsome Kteel Plate" Tub ANXlom IIotrrb," and tlie beautiful Chromo ' YoSkii it Vallky " ml for 13 75. Tin Commkkciai. In fnrty-cieht col'inin quarto, well printed nnl well oonducted. The Alapntlne ia an cxcelleit one for tin- pi ire at Inch it ia offered, and the Iwn handsome ic lurea would coat Ton more than the price nf be three publications if bought in tho art atnrri. The Jodxmai. must apeak fr itself frnm week to week, from which ita merits can and will be United. Fi.r the accommodation nf fiii'nds who mnv ilesire to Clnb our paper with t liter periodirnla nr will snpplr them at lowest club rales. (Jail or send in order at once. THE SITUATION. JV...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 April 1874

PablUard Every FrlAay Morning by J AMES TIMIffOJIS. TKunm One Cop? On Year 'If Paid lis AifiMt- One Copy 8i Months $2 (10 . 1 SO . 1 00 Mew (Roods DAILY ARRIVING AT WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER. Dealers in DRY GOODS, CROCEKIES, Boots and Shoes, Hats & Caps, CBOOKEEY, GLASS & (lUEENSWAKE, Pocket and Table CUTLERY, Collars and Heck Ties, r Full Stock of New Stock o OLaTfI AND mm TIME TABLE D. & M. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. rASSINO NOHTII. P. M. . Custar 3 do Miltoi 3 04 Weston 3.12 Tniitiigaiiy 3.2H Itiskin. 3 il Hull Prairie... .3.3H Koschton il.tM I'nrrysburg ......3 S.i Toledo 4 20 rnnsisa south. r. ii. Toledo. 12.50 Porrvsbnrtr I 111 Itoachton ...... Hull Prune... Masking TnutngUliy Wo.iloo Milton Custar 1 24 1.38 1 :is 1.50 8 01) 2 20 2.24 Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. p. i. A. M. Toledo 8 SO Perrysbuig .... 7.13 limichton 7 23 (lull I'mii ie 7 .3.1 Husking 7.3s Tontnpany ......7.4 5 Weston 02 Milum 8 II Ctislar 8.14 Custar 10,40 Hil...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 April 1874

Romantic Adventures of a Slave Boy. One warm afternoon In the summer of 1803 a half dozen little slave boys were piny lug carelessly about a cotton-press about sixteen miles from Newbern, N. C. when one of the smallest and youngest of them overheard something that attracted his attention and which soon had the effect to stop the play. From the con versation between two adult slaves he learned that all of them were to be taken, in a few days, back into the lntorior part of the Bute, nut of the way of the Yankee Invaders. This set him to thinking. A council of war was held by the little fol low. Then was made one of the most fervent speeches in favor of liberty that was ever uttered by a Southern slave. The possessor of the sharp ears had the reputation of a mischievous and head strong boy among his playmates, but now they listened to him with a kind of won der. With boyish enthusiasm he rapidly sketched a plot for an escape to the Yan kee lines. The time was fixed. They were to start...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 April 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. WmmEMUT, April 8. An application ha been made for a new trial In the case of the Tk'bborno claimant. ...A dispatch from the Cty of Mexico atnU-a that six of the as sassin of the Rev. Mr. Stephen, the Ameri can missionary, have been condemned to death. ... South Carolina Senator! and Representa tive, with delegates from the Republican State Central Committee of that State, called on the President on the 7th to answor to the charges made against them by the delegate Jrom the. Tax-Payers' Convention. vThe delega tion made a long statement to the effect tbut the taxation was aot so burdensome as had been represented, and was Imposed for the best Interest of the people and tho State. The President expressed himself satisfied wltfi their explanation of affairs In that State.... A Hartford (Conn.) dispatch of the 7th says complete returns give the following result of the vote for Governor: Ingersoll, 46,784; Har rison, 40...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 April 1874

JAMES TIMKOJC!, Editor. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1874. COUNTY SEAT. The nsw bill frr ths rcmoral of tlit r-onnly-aflst of "Wtfofl '.rtonty; ptnned the Senate on Friday lass, l y ft rots of 1 to 12. All ths namea were ml called. Had they lieen it ia claimed that 23 Weruld hats voted In furor of it fmwage. The bill ha' fasaetl its Mr6nd reading in the House,, and It la' probable that vote will be reached to-ijay. ' T----!--- Hon. I. R. Siiebwoo has made a speech on the corrertry question, which liaa the clear rrnf to it. We will publish aome selections from It next week. The M kIoc war cast $6,0OO,0C0 and 100 live. The C. 8. Army looses on an average 10,000 men pur annum by death a id desertion. The best estimates that cia be mute p'ueca. the la of human souls at 150,000 per annum, In this coup. try alone, froiffthe" nit) of alchohulie liq uors as a beverayo. . - Whither are we drifting f Falling In their effort", o fir, to get enough voteHo repeal the most rfP.ctua' portion o; ifw,A(lr l'qu...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 April 1874

'abulias' Bvtr- Tr!dr Krala bf JAMES TIMMONS. TEKJQMi One Copy On Tr ' If Paid ia Advenes Oat Copy Bit Months.. tl OA . 1 19 . 1 09 New (Goods DAILY AUniVING AT WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINEK Dealer in DRY GOODS, CKOCEKIES, Boots- and Shoes, Hats & Caps, CEOCKERY, GLASS & QU K H X S W A 11 E Pocket and Table CUTLEM, Collars and Heck Ties, Full Stock of New Stock of AND GASSIMERES. JAMES TIMMONS. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. JAMES TIMMONS. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. PASSING NORTH. PASSING SOUTH. r. m- r. Costar S00 Milton 3 04 Weaton 3 12 Tontogany ...... .3.2S riaskine- .... ...-S -IA flull Prairia....3.33 Roach ton 3.6 Ferrysburg ......3 45 Toledo 4 20 Toledo Perrfsborg 1 Koacblon 1 Hull Priarie-..- 1.36 Haskina 138 Tontogany Weston 2.09 Milton 2 t'ustar 2 PASSING SOUTH. Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. a. r. m. .. 6 Cuatar .. ... Milton Weston Tontogany llaskios ..... Hull Prairie I'erryaburg ... Toledo I0.4U . 10.48 ....

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 April 1874

Sumner's Suppressed Speech. It Is ieldom tht fc eroiser Impropriety Id witnrafted lliitn Iim Just been commit ted In the publication of the 10-called "uppressed speech" of Mr. Sumner, In which be attacks Gen. Graat and Secre tary Mr. Sumner's executor and his advisers have shown a lack of sensi bility as Inmentabla as It Is surprising In giving h4 srwech to the public. With the dearth of Mr. Hnmner all rancor toward him disappeared.' 'Those who regretted most keenly hfs mlstakes.'and felt most deeply grieved at his unjust and unfor tunate courne toward his former friends, dropped their criticisms and forgot their dlflerences whefl the last penalty was paid and- the Imperfect but still great statesman was dead. There were few of Mr. Sumner's associates In' the Senate Chamber who did not feel that his con stant and unremitting attacks on the Pres ident were grossly unjust and uncalled for. This opinion was not confined to Ik-publican HimarorS or personal enemies, but was shared by the...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 24 April 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. i s i "VTkdhrsdat, April 15. The first de cision of the new Chief-Justice of the United States Supreme Court hu been recently de livered on a cue Appealed from Chicago, affootlng the right bt the Bute to tax the shares of National Bank Stock held by non resident owners. Judge Drummond decided that the State had not that right, but Chief-Justice Walte reverses this decision and declares that such iharea are tax able by local author! Ilea. The question Involves the validity of taxes levied by municipal as well ns State authorities.... The SeCretni-y of the Treasury, In compliance with the resolution of the House, reports the cost it refunding the national debt Into 5 per cent, bonds, authorized by acts of Congress of July 14, 1870, and Jitn.-HO, 1871, etc. The whole amount of bonds refunded was 314, '416,1!j0, as follows: Bonds bearing 0 per cent Interest to bonds bearing 5 per cent, interest, 300,461,160; bonds bear...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 24 April 1874

JAM EH TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, . - Al'lUI, 24, 1871. THIS PAPIER. ON m.E WITH Whrfr AriVentslwc Cmlmh tu ha snwta. COUNTY SEAT. The ulniii of tins question in mirli, tlint it remains for legislative notion nt tlie first meeting of the Ueneral Awrmlily in "e cvnilxr next. There is no renaon to iloulit for ft moment of itn final micccmi. Tlie measure pnRawJ tlio Senate by it dprixlve vote, and the limine lias acted on it twire, nt the next reniling finielies 1 The-feel-in generally prevail uniting; tlie irromher, that the people Hhoulil he allowed to vole on the question of Remov-nT. Tlie mean lire would have. pansd' laxt week but for the fiUihtiHtering' to avoid committal upon a temperance hill. VETOED. The Cttrreney Hill, which recently paaa fil hrrth lloltaes of Congress, has lieen Vetoed by the 1'renident, on the ground that it eon diets with the pludges given on the pannage of the first currency bill, that the enactment aim ply arose from the necessity of war, nnd that the finan...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 24 April 1874

Pa.Ush.d Inir Friday Morala! W jAHin tiiwiwoss. One Coot On Tear tf Ptd re Advance- 1 50 Oae Copy Bll Month ....... . 1 New Goods DAILY ARRIVING AT WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER. Dealer! in DRY GOODS CHOCEKIES, Boots and Shoes, Hats ! Caps, CBOOKEEY, GLASS &, QUEENS WAKE, Pocket and Tabic CUTLER Collars and Neck Ties, Full Stock of NOTION. New .Stock of AND GASSIMERES. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. rASSINO NOTII. rsssiNO SUUTH. r. u. r. Custar 3t) Toledo 12.SU I'errrsbiirg 1 Hoac'liton 1-24 Hull I'riarie--" 1.3t Haskin 138 Tnntogany ...... 1.50 Weston 2.0 Milton 2 Custar i Milton Weston Tnntogany.... Haakius- .... . Hull Prairie Roach Ion ... i'erryaburg ... :t04 ,.3.12 ...3.28 ...3 :" ...3.38 ..s.ta ...3 4S ..4.20 Toledo . Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. r. a. A. IO,4 .... 10.48 .... 10 48 .....11.14 ... II 24 .. . 7.14 .. 7 ,..7 .. T.34 Custar Toledn I'errvaburg .... Roaiihton . Hull l'rairic.. Ilasklns Tontogany... Weston ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 24 April 1874

The Deaf Man's Mistake. Old Mf. Collamer, one of the member of our church, is extremely deaf. Last (Sunday the cleiyytuari,- during his aer moo, bad occasion to introduce a quota tion, and as it was quite long he brought the Tolume with him, and when the time came he picked up the book and bepan to read from It. We always sing the Old Hundred doxolopy after sermon at our church, and Mr. Uollamcr, seeing the pan tor with the book, thought the time had come, so while the minister was reading he opened bis hymn book at the place. Just as the clergyman laid the volume down the maa silting next to Mr. Col I a mer began to yawn, and Mr, Collamer, thinking he was about to sing, imme diately broke out in Old Hundred at the top ol bis voice. As the clergyman was beginning " secondly," ' ana - as, of course, there was perfect silence in iuO church, the effect of Mr. Collamcr's vo ciferation was very startling. But the good old man didn't notice that anything was the matter, so he kept right o...

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

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. J Wednesday, April 28.A Madrid dig. i ' patch say vigorous cannonade ot thoCarllsts on tne position aocmi utiooa nss compelled tha . abandonment of torn of them. Tbo ('aMUta urn anht In he enhslatlnor mainly OH hanellosh;. . .The authorities of Ban Domingo are reported to have removed the flag of the Bamana Bay Company and renmed possession of the bay and surrounding territory.. ..A Washington ec)ul say, liitlmatlona have , (kntn recerved there, IrT aflUItlon' to 'Alexander Mitchell's declaration, that the Mil waukee A St. l'ul and other Western railroad t .will docllne to run tralna through Wisconsin when the ner State llailroad lair roc Into l effect. Tl dispatch eays: "Iaauchan event, tt la almost certain that the United States Government, making use of It right to declare those roads post roads, will cause maila to be run over tboae road by at least a locomotive and mull car".... The United t j State Commission...

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

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY,-. MAY 1..1874. JfrHisYOK U la flaw V rk, look oat lor n-w jroIs. The Penjsburg tfsflitf .ft Loan As sociation will hold It anno l eleet ton of offloari.on to-morrow, 3irtrd erenlnt;. The Schooner, .Lnpetiti V ponded with 64,003 sUtjs, by A. O. William A tJno., an J cleared for Buffalo. yesterday. Tlie 5nr"snJ Ij now fooling badly over its hflarty endorsemen'. of all that hot been aid by the Columbus correspondent of the Cincinnati Timet. . Elsc-whore will be ;untl the card of M YRICK ,'tk'H RODER & Ukef.nwood. Till firm ! now making a specialty of Cigars, and have tome yiry fine brands. Napoleon has passed the McG'onnels villt onllnanw, ivhlch ff chmlly closs a:l the saloons lit tliut village. Watiseon aad Fos'orta liave alto passt d ordinance for the suppression of all tippling homes. 'S he now leaves are turning. Our citizens are settling into I lie firm conviction that the time is near at hand to apply the law rigidly to..'those who have totally...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 1 May 1874

f atilthea leery trldar Kerala g By JA31E3 TliillttONS. TKHItlHI ." One Onpy One Ysar. ti 00 If Peid la Advance J One Copy HI aWhe New (Roods DAILY ARHIVI1TQ AT WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER. Dealer in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Soots and Shoes, Hats & Caps, CEOCKERY, GLASS & QUEENSWAUI2. Pocket and Table CIITLEIIY, Collars and Keck. Ties,. Full Stock of New Stock of CILIDirjffl cassiSeres, TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. naaixo mouth. PASSING SOUTH. r. m. P. M. Ctiattr 3 U) Milton 3 04 W..100 3.12 Tunlngany. ...... 3.18 IleaSlna-... 30 Hull Prattle.... 3.38 Koacbtoo J.tO Perrysburg 3 45 Toledo 4W Toledo..... 12.40 Psrrysburg ..... 1 16 Boschtou 1 24 Hull PrisTis...- 1-36 Hsekina 1 38 Toswgany ...... 1.50 Wcstonl. 8.09 Milton 3 20 C'ueter. 1.24 TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. r. h. A. . Custsr.. lO.-ttt Milton 10.44 Weston 1U 48 Tnn...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 1 May 1874

Ah! Th Independent" ' mwfApr lmve been tremendously told. When the new M" the Arknoans trnut)i first came, It wu iindcrstoort that Jlroeks, who .took pos session of the Governor' ofllco by force, ai a rebel still , iJrsdlv enemy, of the colored people and of the President. Tuts not from any late of private Information, rmton (renrrAl principles, It belnjt under stood that he was Iho Liberal candidate for Governor, while liaxicr lan on the Republican ticket. Thereupon a shout was made for Brook. He had been de prived of hia office bv fraud. It Is ad witttvl on all aide.," said one of these tin. premliced Jnnrnalft, " that, If a fair count j of iho votes had been had, Brooks would . have lwen elected hy a handsome majori ty, and pcrhnps thin has son.etiiinc: to do with the ' tntifttHm expressed by so large a portion of He eititent at the emip d'etat of Brooksl" This was the language of an " independ ent" Journal on Friday. But ' by later dispatches It was discovered that Brooks was fr...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 May 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wednesday, April 29. Three build lr In Newgate street, London, (ell on the 28th, killing tod maiming a number of per sons. ...A temperance crusade baa been begun at Manchester, England.... A call baa been issued for an Antl- Monopoly Btate Conven tion to be held at Pes Moines, Iowa, on the 24th of June. The call atatea that all per sons whose political views are In accordance with the prlnciplea announced at the convention held In Del Molnea on the S55th day of February last are cordially Invited to Join In sending delegates to the convention. The tii1 lo for representation will be one delegate to each county, and In addition thereto one delegate for every 250 votca and fraction thereof over 100 votes cast for Hon. J. O. Vale for Governor.... Charles Wagner, the proprietor of a saloon In Columbus, Ohio, advertised a grand open ing on the 87th, proposing to sell several liquors bearing the name of " Crusade water," ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 May 1874

JAMES TI3IM0NS, Editor. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1874. TBU8 PA TEH IS ON FILE WITU Wfcm Advert leing Cemtracta run be made. NOTICE CV ELIXTION. Notice li hereby giten to the qmlifljrt elect ra residing in the Township of Kia, as bonn ifi and described In Act nf the Oenerel Assembly, passed April Kill, 1874, entitled "en act to create (''."Ina! fractional town.hio l(ht (8) north, range twelre (12 east, In Wood (minis', Ohio, and the putt of township three (3), 0, 8. Reserve, lying went of end between aid Inwniiliip eight end Maumee ri.er, Into a eeparet e ei.ll township," that an eleolinn will be held on Natnrdnv, the 23d d of Slur, A. D. IM14, at the Cot Sohonl II .ue. aim Me near the northwest corner nf the sonihwe.l qaarternf the northwest quarter of auction 32, town B, range 13 for in purpose of elect in; the following township officers, to-wit : Three Township Trustee. One Township Clerk. One Township Treasurer. Two Constables. Hald election shall be goremed in all respects according to l...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 May 1874

gwuslnvg gonntnl rbllih4 Xry Friday Morning by JAMES Tin.TIOXS. e it in si. On Copy On Yr $J AO If Paid in Advane 1 SO Ob Copy 8li Month 1 00 B TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. rASSINO mortb. r. m . Cmltr ....3 00 Milton 3 04 Weston S.12 Tootogaoy. ...... 3.28 Haskioa- -. S.3B Hull Prairie ....3.38 Roaehton 3.i() Perryaburg ......3 5 Toledo 4 20 FlS8I.N0 SOCTH. F. M. Toledo 12.50 Perrysbnrg ..... 1 16 Koachton 1-24 Hull Priarie-.. 1.36 Haakins 1.33 Tonmgany 1 .50 Weston 2.1)9 Milton 2 20 Ouetar 2.24 TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. T. at. Cuatar IO,4B Milton 10.48 Weaton 10 68 Tontogany ...... 11.15 Haskius 11 25 Hull Prairie .. 11-27 Perry aburg 11.43 a. m. Toledo 12.10 A. M. . 6 50 . 7.1S Toledo Perrysburg .. Koachton ... Hull Prairie Haakins .... . Tontogany.... Weston .... . Milton .... . Cualar .. 7 !3 ...7 33 .. 7.3S ..7.46 .. 8 02 ....

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 May 1874

Lamar and Sumner. The eulogies npon Charles Sumner de llvered on Tuesday in the Senate and House of Representatives seem, so far as we can Judgo or them from the telegraphic abstracts, to have been not only hi excel lent spirit but In excellent taste. The praise was discriminating and truthful, and not unmixed with kindly criticism. Most remarkable of all the orations was that of Mr. Lamar, of Mississippi, not merely for its Intrinsic eloquence, but for the antecedents of the sneaker and his State. Who would have believed, fifteen ypars ago, that the State of .Teflcrson Davis, llarksdale and Quitman would be represented by Republicans in both Sen ate and House, with but one exception! that her Senator elect would be a colored man j and that the only Democrat in her delegation, himself au old ' f. re-cater" of the ante-bellum days, and tor yeais prominent among the ultra-South-ern Congressmen, would pay. the most notable or the Congression al tributes to the memory of tho great antl-...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 May 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. - "Wedhkrday, Mayo. Tho 'Czar" tf Itussla whs In Berlin on the 4th, en route for rfkcnt IrMlnn trdnt!omtrtti!4ry Edntaflnri bin. .Municipal tiw'llons Wre iieldMtV He4 era! Indiana towns on the 6th, end the returns Indicate that ho anil-temperance tickets are elected in a majority of tho town whera - the . liquor question was at Issue... .A meeting-' of thq Advisory Comfcittccol th IJIIiisas titW .Farmers' Is aoilati&n was held at Bloomlngton on the 5th, at which Independent political action was do- iierraiBca on. nnq a, rvport whs nuopiea arting. tine tho details fifr iafling nd mpotlnrf . -A al. it M Jt.iHu.Ji -A - $ n . 1. . 1 ox m dmuq vunvuimun i opnnrneia on Wednesday, June 10. The platform adopted at the Deeatur Coaventioo. hi pecein .bar last "Waf reaffirmed. k ' I '1 1 fc Tmrti8T)AT,'May 7. Capt. Ocn-Conohft, of Cuba, has ordered the formation of eight battalions of' colored. tuUlUa...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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