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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 October 1874

How Conductors Are Sometimes "Spotted." Irt view of the mnny tcmptfttlons that arc uip!m1 to bese t ritilrontl men, each ctnnrmny employ a dctoclWe for their own t'l.pecial benefit, whose ninin duties arc to trace up lost freight and keep an rye on the movements of suspicions em ployes. Tht.jo men until tho past year or two were considered amply snflleient to puunl the interests of tho various roads, but of late a class of men have taken tho matter Into their hands with a view of ferthcrlnff their own nests, and their mndm operandi Is hero briefly de tailed. Huppose. for Instance, that Solo mon (Slug and Silas Spotter have "pone broke playing bank," or In any other way equally ell'ectivc, and aro extremely anxious to raiso a stake. Tliey arc fine talkers and call upon tho President of a prominent road, when the following con versation ensues: " (Jood mortiing, Mr. President." " Oond clay, gentlemen." " Wo havo called, sir, on a rather deli cate mission and ono in which you are deepl...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 November 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wkpnespat, Oct. 26. Madrid dis patches announro tlio sailing of tcliiforoe menU for Cuba.... According to tho rceen ehool census of Chicago, tlio population of me city Is a rercn Omaha tils patch says thousands of pcoplft In 8onthwet- orn Nebraska are In a starving condition One Informant ha seen manv who for weeks have had nothing to cat but baked squash and pumpkin and aalt, and others who buvo lived on linked Hour and water, ono moal day, for wela, Tho dispatch adds that 10, 000 people In the. State will need aid to keep mem irom starving or freexlng to death dur ing the winter. -. - TIIVH8HAY, Oct. 20. The preliminary rxiiuiiiiBuon oi uom,: von Arnim was con eluded on the 27th by his release on 100,000 inaicrs ball. A Berlin dispatch of tho 2th aays he would not he permitted to leave the country.... Tho cotton mills at Over, En gland, were burned on the 28th, together wun ten operatives The Episcopal General Co...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 November 1874

JAMES TIMM05S, Editor. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1874. THE SITUATION. ftf W 111 . . Who li boning tula. The Republican party met wtlh the aevnreat reverie on Tuesday that It ha ustalned since It come Into power. Even Maasachn-etta hat gone Democratic, for the first time aim 1830. The Eastern States have gone Demo, cratle. The Western States have mainly gone Republican, by reduced majorities. The next house of R.-presentatlvcs promises to be Democratic. m i-e-i m The news from Tur gday'a election In about twenty-four States, Is unimportant to Republicans. Official vote of the 10th District. The election of Hon. Chares Foster proves to be a double victory, Inasmuch as Bcti.br, of the Cockeytnian race, has been defeated In Massachusetts. The fol lowing Is the official vote of the 10 A dis trict : TENTH DISTRICT. Foster, 11. Senev, D, Mead Erie Heneook... Huron..... Banduaky . teneea ... Total.. 2619 .... 2,27 ... 3,423 .. J 239 ... 2,200 2.105 2,414 2.409 2.SW9 3.721 34 25 143 25 (12 '13,778...

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 November 1874

FibUiasd Xtsrjr f rids Morning by JAMES TIJIMOSS. TEltnM! One Copy One Year If Paid la Adrance One Copy Bis Month! It DO , 1 Itfl . 1 00 OUR MOTTO! AM) Let Live Small Profits a AND Quick Sales! This may seem old to Ihc public because so often used and so seldom carried out in good faith, nevertheless the secret to success is embodied in the above brief saying; and tm we again throw our banner to the breeze, under the old fnm name of A. G. Williams & Bro, wo pledge ourselves to fair deal ing with all who may favor us with their patronage. We have ever been opposed to selling one ar ticle at less than cost to bale the unwary, and then have to charge two or three profits on other ----- i goods in order to average our profits, the like of which is be ing dono every day with appar ent success, and jtuat too at the expense of the purchaser. Ue wise and buy where you pay a fair price .for everything and then you will "Live and Let Live." Great deduction In price of Dress Goods, and in ...

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 November 1874

Sixteen Thousand Feet Above the Sixteen Thousand Feet Above the Earth. TnR following Is taken from nn rc count, published In the llfiUimorc American, of recent balloon nscen nion with Prof. Donaldson: IN'cV rntno tho most Mirrlnff Inrldcnt of our trip. From the helnht of 4,000 feet wn Pteadily ascended, tho country dwarf ing Into a panorama of toys below us. 1 Imd tlic aneroid barometer In my hand, and so marked onr progress upward. At (I, SO0 feet our breaths became, visible, Just as they would be on a frosty morn 'ln Wo already began to feel cold In the. body, but tho rays of the sun beat in u pn us with a fierce intensity, The In dex of tho barometer steadily crept around the dial, marking oil' the thou sands until It reached the fourteenth, then flying hack again and starting f'om zero, from whence It progressed once more around tho dial until It hi'.'.tcd on the verge of the two-thousandth, telling us that we were only about 100 feet less than t tl.000 feet above the earth. At....

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 November 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. TnrlsDAT, Nov. r.-A London tele gram sif sin French Government lias Issued orders cxptilling nil 9penla.nl from the front ier towsV tl ' prevent thnlr participation In In tlio attacks on Irun by Don Curios. Tlio bombardment or flio hitler town began on the morning of the 4tli .... A Berlin dispatch says a representative osscinhly has been lc elded upon fur Alsace end Lorraine... Tlio Democrats of Washington, I). C, turned uit In force on ttie night of the 4t It to celebrate the rVccat Tletoriod. leading Ium. ocrat wf ro serenaded, kmotig others Benatnr Thiirmns) and tlio editor of tho Washington firntlnel, tnth t( whom rnsixi ruled In congrat ulatory terms..,. Mayor Spencer, of Atlanta., On., and other prominent citizens hnvo been arrested for vlolnHcn of the Enforeemtnt net ....Gov. Bevcrlflge, of Illinois, hns Issued his proclamation setting apart Not. 26 ns Thanksgiving Diiy....Atty.-(lcn. Denny re lmrts the 11 ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 November 1874

1. ! -JilM. gmgoturg gfotunal. JAHKH TIMMOJiS, r.tlltnr. FRIDAY", XOVKMBEU 13, 1874. The GriuiKnr stove U attractlnjr con atclerabU attuuiloii mt Jioarus'e Hurt! ware. There must bo coiiHlrtcrnble slcVncss In the country, a If. IU sm U called out very frequently at lilplit. Wm. SrnKTsnKRRY, one mllo north of Weston, linn succcetWd In (retting the 'bona" fountain. The Anihmrhe says. "at the drpth of only thirty-Aye leet he atruck a Vein that rUos tliree feet above the ground, and flow a two-Inch stream." Some workmen who were digging a well on Mr; J. II. rumen's iunn hist week left It at night at a depth of 29 leet, and on going out to resume work In the morning found It nearly full cf water. Through persistent efforts of fourteen men with lour pump, the water was lowered to within 11 feet of the bottom, which space bad to be filled with stone commence tho wall apt. Bay. Butler thinks if the republican party oan stand It to defeat Itself the way It has, he can stand his share of the ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 November 1874

Patlllihed Btetj Friday Morning by 4.. JAMES i.UfttOXS. TEUMx'l On Copy One Year $2 AO If Paid ia Advance 1 90 Om Copy 8li Month! 1 00 OUR MOTTO! u AND let Live! Small Profits AND Quick Sales! This way seem old to the puMic because so often used and so seldom enrried out in good faith, nevertheless the secret to success is embodied in the above brief sajing ; nnd as we agnio throw our banner to the breeze, under the old firm numc of A. G. Williams & Bro, we pledge ourselves to fair deal ing with all who may favor us with (their patronage. We have ever Iseea opposed to selling one ar ticle at less than cost to bate the unwary, and then have to chupge two er three prufits on other goods ia order to .average our profits, the like of which is be ing done every day with appar ent success, and ,that too at the expense of the purchaser, lie wise and buy where you pay a fair price for everything and then you will "Live and Let .Live." Great Hciluctioii In price of Dress Goods, and in ot...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 November 1874

The Women of Schorndorf. In tlic southwest portion of Urrmnny is tlic villus of Schormlorf. Although now little mnro tlmn a mere postal eta lion, It whs formerly one of the Mronpi'Rt fortified towns of Northern Hwnblit, and tho pride of the beautiful vtilley of the It tnii. After tho treaty of Wefltphnlin, when, tho llinhoprloR of Mct7., Tul and Verdun were reded to Franco, tho Idea entered into tho French mind to cnrrh carefully through the public records for tho names of all towns and cities which during any former period had been the property if either of the three UiKUopricH, and to de mand them from Germany as n portion of the rightful Spoils. Although this preposterous demand failed to be pre sented in its original shnpo, It led to a series of ageresons which finally ml " iiini7ifi;d7n tiist devastation of the Pals in 1088 and MHO by tho Frrnch armies under tho direction of Montclas and Alelc. Mannheim, ltastaat. Baden, IUidel berg and many other places were already in ruins, ...

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

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. AVkdnkmUt,. Nov. 11. The vole In i MsBjcliistU for ' Governor Is an fol 1rw',' fl.slnn Dfni.. nROOl! TllnL Hen I 80,9fl; Andrews, Labor Reform, 131 ; Oaston's plurality, (1,558.... Tho vote at the reecn election for Congressman In the Second Vor mont District was as follows: Denlson, Ind., 8,280; Poland, Rep., 4,111; Mr Lane, Dcm 1,535.... Tn (lie Brooklyn court on the 10th a stay of proceedings was granb-d In theTllton .Becclicrsult until argument should be heard on the sppoal forgrantlng a bill of purlieu Jars to Mr. Bceclior. A plea of "not guilty lwa entorcd In the libel suit of Miss Proctor iigalwt Mr. MoulUm....A dispatch received At fit. Louis on the 10th from Gen. popo, through (ten. Sheridan, announces that Big Horn, a Ulicycnne chief, with twenty warriors, rartycljrTit women, twcnty-nlno children and over 200 horses, aurrendured unconditionally to Uol. Hull at the Chcycnuo Agency on Nov, 4. Tlio warriors ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 November 1874

JAMES TIMMOJiS, MHor. FRIDAY,- NOVKMBEIt 20, 1874 THE HYDRAULIC COMPLETED. The Event to Be Celebrated. Through the indomitable will of Alien Urows, Esq., Rtid the "never surrender" finalities of fr. 8. Nr En.vcn, Ewj., who has had the supervision of the Job, the ork of making ft first class Hydraulic, from what has been termed by many a ditch, has been kept stendily progressing through a wholo year of panic, and until its completion Tim reached on Friday last. This week Mr. TSr.Acrt has been engaged in repairing and building new bridges along the lino to enable the farmers to pats over to their bottom lands. It was designed to let the water in to-morrow, but tho time has been changed until one week from to. morrow, when, it is reported, the event will be celebrated in a mannor yet to be dceet dod upon. Ve hone to have time and space next Week to speak of the merits of the work. Th has been a bid year for New Constitutions. The people of Mhhlgin defeated the one submitted to them on ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 November 1874

(Continued from opposite page.) WOODVIL LE TOWNSHIP, SANDUSKY COUNTY. llalanr In T res wiry (IppHiWf I, "73 , $24 JK), fI. Collected from FreeaVn Towrmliijp ? Wlnt Sub-IH. No 107 M (.,, (.,. rM to Trramrrro(7ovhip. .. ....J31 m.t . :: '." :. 7.M1. -".;,. m . 01 vi MADISON TOWNSHIP, SANDUSKY COUNTY. Ilatanr; fit Trrtmrt rVrrntW 1, 73...... ColleMtiWM (root Wdm Twp for joint Col Unction from MotitjrwnrTy Twit, for Jsi Z4 SO t Muh-M. No....- Ji3 00 Irnitrtmrr Tim. lor Wt UnWHa. N :,x 65 00 rWtlnn 18, Interest from Town 6, lUnge JI .'wiW W , 1 ' Paid to Treasurer of Towwhlp ........ .........-,M. nt,,.,!,-,'. f,. v,80 BalaitrC ! Treasury Hepteiuber t( 74 hmc-r tv i W r. i : i t,'!,, , 1 . . 4fl 24 344 $4 70 20 WYANDOTTE COUNTY. Balance in Treasury fVM)ember V73.....-.'.7............'..wJ'' 6M 07 Interest (mm rrtinft'34, town 5, range 9 ................. ,7" 2S ; ,.,. . , Paid to Treasurer of Wyandotte County....................... ... .r , ( 81i .Balance In Treaawy l-pccniuer I..74... ,...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 November 1874

(Form the Cincinnati Gazette.) THE GREAT REBUKE. For Mrcrel res-re llislredlag ftei nMh-sn r T- tn have rrillp ci! trey fmly. km no m. , ' ''ely, the art (.r i hilstion mid n.n mission w fsilnf the Tb i ubtlcsn A ('niinbirrllif. ann1 lead ers, and had the timely Warning DrrN hieftrd, the political revolution i.f October and Xnvrm-h-r would not Inrt nconrred. tint Instead of heeding llii) il.l in. nlll.na trl.lck wr In ill teicstnf III pi'ly a"rra!ltig fliifrf (m lh -prsssicn il labile nnlinHiit; th parti In pnver went stiibWiily their own way, end vainly sitopeseil Ihnt because they hud an nrrr whelming niJ .ilty In Congreaa, they hud a li '"iw'ln i they pleased. Tlit fesnttof Ihf ii now beforo in. 1 1. wn third malui y .( lli II.iu ha mi Itrd lit (snow before the nir. luu aim, an I it n-w In to Republican I'rrsl (lent with a llenvc-alle II..iim, end Pen.oerslle Legislature In iieerly nil tlx hitherto RepebU' can Hlii ten. Il.ul rhu warnings nf the real organs i.f pub lie opinion br...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 November 1874

fai.lik: trttfni7 Morning by' jamc; Tl.nmoxs. TF.ltnMI tin Copy On Year If Paid i Advene On Copy 8li Month 2 Alt 1 AO 1 80 OUR MOTTO! LIVE LIVE AND Let Live! Small Profits AND Quick Sales! This may seem old to Hie public because so often used and so seldom carried out in gooil faith, nevertheless the secret to success is embodied intheubove brief saying; and as we again throw our Inn nor to the breeze, under the old firm name of A. G. Williams & Bro, w pledge ourselves to fair deal ing with all who may favor us with their patronage. We have evtr been opposed to selling one ar ticle at less than cost to bate the iwvttrg, and then have to charge two or three profits on other goods ia order to average our profits, the like of which is be ing done every day with appar ent success, and tthat too at the expense of the purchaser. Be wise and buy where you pay a fair price for- everything and t&en you will "Live and Let Live.1' Great Reduction In price of Dress Goods, and in other g...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 November 1874

EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. Annual Report of the Commissioner of Education. Tfl ITnltort Stair, riitnmlidnnfr n( Frluxv timt fm T"ihHhrd his anminl report fur 1H73. Wotwitlmtniiilintf the disasters which hnve fallrrt tiion the Industrie of the ronntry, he ettr that on tho whole tho past yr nr wbk mn oi BuuauimiHi progress in eauciitional matmr". In AlHhnmn tho Board of F.Hiirntlon hns In. bored nndor great emharrnssmont, from tho difllrnlty of sccurinir from sn Impoverished people the needful funds for tho support of irrr .mollis. Arkansas hns labored under similar emliar rn.snient with rcsnertto funds. I-onlsintm. hns strniritled thrnnirh the year urtrter kindred financial troihles with tho two nt'ltrhlmrlnK States Just named. The new Plato 8uprlntendcnt of Instrue tlon In Florida reports an Increase of fiftv-sli schools In 1HW. miiklnir. with 113 added In lMT-i, an addition of 10!) to tho 331 previously (lenrtcla, afU-r a cessation of pnMlc-school tvartiinir for a year (except In cert...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 November 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. - -Wtftk?; Nov.' 18. Xl English CJovcfnmont has decided to lit oul another Folar exjodtlo.,.;The ArnM raso ww cfo th Wilwt In Washington on the 17tji. The President is reported saying that he vlll not Interfere except to kcp the peace un til he Is further tuhlfwd of the facta. i.. The steamer Empire, heavily loaded with sugar, nk suddenly In the " Mlsllppl River at New Orleans on th 171h, and from thirty to forty lives are reported to have beenj ot...A Little Rock (Ark.) porta) 'of Ithn- J7th to the Chicago Tritmkt y Ireny,M. ' Coopcir. ftecr.J tary ,of iho Bctmbllrna Btntc Central Oommittee, denied the authorship of a tele, (gram received at Washington and purporting to come from him, In which it was stated many editors of Republican papers had lcen nrrested without warrant, charged with treason, and Imprisoned and refused hall; that the Itepubllcans were organizing for self-defense, and unanimously sustained the ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 November 1874

J1XE8 TIMM0S9, Editor. PRIDAT,- NOVEMBER 27, 187 OPENING THE GATES. To-morrow aftsrotrm I Uw time lot for opening the Utos and letting the wa t Into the Hy Jraulic Canal. Our Coun cil anl clt'iZ ins, aooompanled by At.s TVaows, Est., the proprtiKyr, aa a dele- a-alton of cltlran and represonUfos of the presa from Toledo, will pasa up the line of the Canal add be present at th'a Important event In tho history of that water power. The party will return In the evening and take supper at Nobtos's Kxobange. We have the report of the Comm'ttee who were appointed by the Couaell to Investigate the work, In type, which we will present with the proceed Ings of to-morrow lu our next Issue. The O'jlo Legislature will meet In ad journed session on the first Tuesday In December, belnr Itha first day of the month. The Democratic pyramid is entirely too tall and slender In construction. It will topple over before the end of two years, as sure as you lire, The Milwaukee Seniind Is authority for the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 November 1874

fabllshsd Bv'srj Friday ataralaf by JAaic.s Tlniitioiss. TEU1IIII On Copy On Yar If Paid la Advance 1 00 1 DO On Copy 81s Month 1 00 OUR MOTTO! AND Let Live! 111 Small Profits AND Quick Sales! This may Beem old to the public because bo often used and so seldom carried out in good faith, nevertheless the secret to success is embodied jn the above brief saying; and as Ave again throw our banner to the breeze, under the old firm name of A. G. Williams & Bro, we pledge ourselves to fair deal ing with all who may favor us with their patronage. We have ever been opposed to selling one ar ticle at less than cost to bate the unwary, and then have to charge two or three profits on other goods in order to averago our profits, the like of which is be ing done every duy with appar ent success, and jthat too at the expense of the purchaser. Be wise and buy where you pay a fair prico for everything and then you will "Live and Let Live." Great Reduction In price of Dress Goods, and in other go...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 November 1874

HEPZIBAH'S TURKEYS. [Continued from first page.] "Oh I Just put them on tlio tnhlo. Tlinnk you kindly. And tell Mrs. Crndock thnt wo nre very much obliged, I rtm suro. I liopo ahe'a vprv wnll Good. she's verv well." " Thank yon, ma'am, slio's very well, ny, ma'am, leant luavo my horses." And tho jrray coachman, who to Mrs. Brown was no moro (rrsjr tnan ffreen, aisiippcftreol. " Well, now," said sho, as alio crossed and " iioftod" turkey No. 8, and smelled at the heavy packiia of Holies,, and did tho same by the two squtixh pies that the man had left " well, now, how shall I keep these out of Jlrpttlmli'a sight?" Carefully and success, fully she opened A crypt under tho sink, moved tho pots all to one end, hunj tho turkey on a nail sua remembered thore, and then ono by one sho placed the other bounties In the storc-elnset. as sho might. A (rood deal flustered, sho returned to her chair to find that tlicru wero but throe needles in her atockinir. This was a serious matter. And Mrs. Br...

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

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wednesday, Not. 25. It Is reported fc fn. Madrid that the Spanish Oovornmcnt IS expressed a willingness to pay to the , .United States Indemnity lu the Vlrglnius cane on tlio earns basis as that with which Grout Britain witt satisfied The Indiana Stat 0 range ot Patrons of Husbandry met la con Tentlon at Indianapolis on the 24th. The fol lowing aro the officers of the State Orange for the' ennulng year: Henley James, Worthy minuter, Marlon ; C. W. Davis, Lecturer, Kent . Jandj Knsacll Johnson, Steward; F. C. Phil lips, Assistant Steward; B. P. Ham, Chaplain (J. If. Brown, Treasurer, Rensselaer; M. M, Moody, (Secretary, Munclo; Alphcus Ty - licr, Pinio rurcliaaing Agent, Indian apoll.;.. Appeals for aid aro being made In hohalf of the sufferers by tho recent tornado at Tuscmnblu, Ala, i be official vote In tho First and Second Louisluiia Congrcsslotful Districts haa beon - w announced. The follo...

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