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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 April 1870

POETRY. WITCHES IN THE CREAM. Trniotromin the lont, long winter's day, And half the dreary a 1. tit. We rlmrted, and ym no better camel The cream looked I til a and while. ' Wort mornlnt , with onr hope renewed, Thet.k h.qan ajiln; Ve ahurned and rhuiti.d till buck and Srnw -And hoed did sche with pain. '. The cream roe nn, then enlktne Ml, ,'w '"Irk, end then erew thin; It anlnahed end .nattered In onr erne. On clothea and noee and cblo. We ehnrncd it hit and chnrned It alow. And atlrrrd It ronnd and ronnd : , f all ibe llTolnnf weary day waa hoard tbe daeher a aound. WWltk w branny Dean, who heard, Oar t- ewder and emaae, .muiea. Aa 'he crm-aed henolf, MDd In the Ire did g- aae, "Lord help na all,"ho qnlckly aald, And curered np her fare ; " lord help n all, for aa yon lire, There a wltchea lu the place I There', wltchea here within thla churn, ' That hare pieeeed the cream. Oo hrlngf the horae-ehoe that 1 aw ilarg on the cellar beam." The ahoe waa brought, when ronnd and round nn...

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 April 1870

Perrysburg Journal. 7AMES TIMMOS8, EditoA " - :r jsa t- .-.rr-i;' I is- yitlDAY, - APRIL-8, 1870. DR. E. D. PECK TRIUMPHANTLY ELECTED. v r. Fuel baa bt sleeted tn rwprtaent (hit P'mlrtet Ht Congress by 1 1 largest majority aver east In this IHatriet fof ConjrreiaWia. I Ibis eownty hit majority of 2t demonstrates s grand triumph over false prejudices, tli majority if S.llXI in tha District at lara-, declares the wilt of lh tpU ft) favor of a man whose capacity for bssiness .will enable bim b represent, In a practical manner, the largely. Increasing Inter eta nt agriculture and of eommero. Whilst each county hat dot wall ronrran- tiJate, and all are entitled In tha thanks of Wood eountv, yet wa cafttaet omit to notice pee . Lilt bla rfcpliatic endorsement by Loess eosnty, itk a Majority oft ft tote. goes, art of fealty Ia party, and of eonrtrsy In Ilia candidate elect, 111 ba aordially appreciated by a-ar citiiena at , Urge, and w art very aura, by moot nor ao thai by lha Doctor himse...

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 April 1870

Perrysburg Journal ruRLtsiiito KTKRf mAf oiia bt JA.UEJ TlMiflONS. TERMS. Onaenpy.nniyrar,! I month tit i months, 50c. In variably in advance. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. r.xt. , r.u. . a.m. Toledo.. ..U.OOa. 9.14 Cnstar ....4 80 .5 Parrvab'rg 12.S0r.M93a Milton 4.S4 4.01 Hulll'ralrelJ 49 9.&S f Wrtnn"..4.4t 4.14 llsskioa ..12.52 10 01 I Tontogany li Of) 4.34 Tnntogant l.fll 10.12 Haskins -a ll 4.45 Weston-.. l.H 10..10 HullPrslrle&.IJ Milton 1.S4 10.40 i Perrvsbnrff -M (JmUf... 1.88 10.44 Toledo MO 4.47 4.10 (.40 1.88 10.44 Toledo ACCOMMODATION. r.w. 3.20 A. a. Cnalar .M Milton (1.65 Weston 1.IO Tontogany T.60 TTnuliIni 8. OS Hnll Prslrle 8.11 Pjrrysbnre; .4t Toledo t.li Toledo Perryabnrg - Hull Prairie nAii ... . Tnntagaar Weston ' Milton 4.00 ..4.80 ..4.40 ..a.oo ..t.M ..5.41 Cnstar 6.48 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. Eaton & Backus. 2 SPLENDID STORES! Six Floors Full of Goods 77 & 79 Summit Street; 1S9 L 171 Summit Street, TOLEDO, OHIO, W...

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 April 1870

Proclamation Announcing the Ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment. WASHINGTON, March 30. To the Sennl4 an A House of Rrpresmtativn : It is unuvml to notify the two house of Congress, by nwige of the promulga tion by proclamation of the Secretary of But of the ratification ol Constitutional amendment. In view, however, ol the Tait Importance of the Fifteenth Amend meet to the Conatltution, this day declared n f art of that revered Instrument, I deem a departure from the timial custom Justifi able. A measure which makes at once four millions of people yetrrs, who were heretofore declared by the hlgheftt tri bunal Jo the .land not citizens of the United Ftates. nor ellelbld to become so, with the assertion that at the time of the declaration of independence the opinion was flxod and universal In the civilized portion of the white race, and regarded as an axiom m morais as well as in poll' - ties', that the black men had no rights which .white men were bound to respect, is Indeed h me...

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 April 1870

POETRY. SKOODOO, ETC. LINES TO FLORENCE HUNTINGDON, PASSAMAQUODDY, ME. B,T.tn,d"M,f P"""iqno1(), ' , Vk Zl V" f"r, communion of tout, fVTIJ "IS MI"""'Ppl meanders, ,Ot tba distant Hukalchewan mliaf Ah. no-for In Main I will find the a sweetly aen.n-strd nook, f winding HknortnowabtVookelt ' Conjome wllh Ih. tlkoodoowabakoek. "rh.W"nd",',wob""t,ft'' -,- . V'ny wlndin and crook) ' ;. .t Ilnvr fair la lb. Hkooltowab-.'Jookil. When Joining the ekoodoo.waWki ok Onr rot ahall be e low by 'a. tteflectrt1 In H koodoo ,Kfc,jai And mimed In ,Xook I AnTdream o' .1 ton.aa .book, And wTh ' Pkoortoow-.takonkala. ' r -ts, of tba Skoodoowabikook I BHcb'' nT tha hene and the rooat.rt. ' ' Onti "n T" 'ballJoyoni.lT look, W ,-i"ctlmi of Mkoounotrabikonkiila ' .Kh eoltgliillng bkoodoowabtkook I ur food anal) he fl-h from the watere. i ; , Drawn Torib on lha point of a book, 1 1 From mnrinnrlnr koodoowi.hkookla, Ur wandatlDg bkoodoowabakouk I Yon shall qnaff the moat sparkling of water . Prawn forth fro...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 April 1870

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, APRIL i, 1870. FRIENDLY VISITS TO THE CONGRESSMAN ELECT. Th eleetion'of ftr. FlcrtoOoiijTeM h fir es) gcneraf allflsfaclion, which, during a few days past, bis been manifested to him by lb congratulatory rlait of large eoneonrs of friend and constituents. On Thursday ernlng,-the 7th Inst., Hit Doe ltr't hospitable mansion wit npen for lh reeep lion of lid frfcnd and neighbors of Perrysburg and th emintry districts, by whom th l.wiae waa writ filled, without reaped to party or per sona. The Doctor gare U a cordial and hearty welcome, and in an appropriate and feeling man lier expressed his high appraciatioai nf earnest support which, without the distinction of party, bad beta given him by bis many friend.. Mayor Tti.i's eongratnlatory speech, which ia pnblishcd la this Issue of the Journal, was . . . . . I ll HHnl..t D ..... . Kin pj'i..-. ing ss it does the political sentiment nf the large body of Democrat In Wood County, It Is blglily significant In i...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 April 1870

rUBLISHKO KTRRT mltlAI MonNtxa BT JAMES TMBIONS. TERM3.-0e enpy. one year, J o month 1 1 a months, 0c. Invariably in advance. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. p.m. r.v Tnledo....1t.00l. 9.10 1 Cttstar ....40 . rwv.h'rff 1J Sorbose, Milton 4.S4 4.02 HullPrairelt.4 . I Weston-. -.4 44 4.14 10 01 I Tm,toifaTo 4.;n 10.12 I Haskins .! J 4.4S l.JS 100 HullPrnirii&.ia 4.47 Milton l.4 10.40 I Perrysburg 5 R .'0 Cu.ur.... 1.38 10.44 Toledo 0.00 ." Haskins .-11.52 Tnntnganr 1-04 Weston 10.44 Toledo-." ACCOMMODATION. Toledo 8.20 Perrysburg 4.00 null' Prairie -4.30 lUVins 4.40 Tontogany 5.00 W.iton-... - 0 Milton M3 Cnatar S.4S P.M. Custer Milton Weston Tontogany Hawkins Hull Prairie Perrysburg" Toledo . A.M. ..6.51 ..6.60 T.IO ..7.60 ..8.oa .8.12 ..8.42 ..0.25 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge No. 123, F. and A. M. Stated Communications on tlie First snd Third Monday Evenings or eaen Momn.as loiinwa January Febrnary.. March .... April ......

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 April 1870

NASBY. [From the Toledo Blade.] THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT—THE DEMOCRACY OF THE SIXTH WARD MEET IN THE BACK ROOM OF THE "HARP UV ERIN S'LOON" CONSIDER WHAT TO DO IN THE MATTER OF THE NEGRO VOTE —THEY COME TO A DECISION. Hasp vr Biw 'mm, i ! (toward, ttoo York, April , 1870. f ' TnB ptoclamftttnn nr the Preiiint n nouncin the ratification or the Fifteenth Amendment perdooecd a profound Bensa ahen In thlM Ward. It wub told to our paopla by a reporter uy a daily papr at 11 o'clock this mornin and it got prttty well around amongst us by 8 this afternoon, ' wich wuz tollably rapid, conslderin that Intelligence in this Ward he to be conveyed orally. In the afternoon it waa resolved that a tnectin be held In the evenin to consult ez to wat ackshcn the Pimocriny shood take in the matter, wich wuz akkordtnly so done. I hed the back room lit up, the barrels moTcd Into a tafe place under the strong est kind uy locks, and the bar closed and draped in mournin In token uv the two mlllashcn wich I fe...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 April 1870

POETRY. POETRY. HER CHIGNON ON MY SHOULDER. t Jnd flwary V .' When anow-drtft fast were melting, And 'gattt tbe wimloWa eowy pane ' C : The rainy fluk. wre pnltlnir, . , . 1 B.inpath the hrtjthte-w penlai blm, L-.V A outer blaata grew eolrliir, I w eoaled by my Mnipfle'aalde, ,4.'- With ber cMirnon on my ahonltlor I heeded not the etorm wlthoot-i Orr WltMn Ikeenn WMUhlnlrK - lr ' 1 The lnn) of life war llftod, then) 1 I eaw the sliver llnlna;! . And my darling ritly uhlled, ' My throbbing heart grew bolder t , , I dreamed, aa Ihad nnvet dreamed; 1 With her oAtyqm cm rtj ehoulder. t dreamed ff rklueand of fame , ) Acquired by hnneat labor; ' A tram twlive when I am gone, 7 Aid wealth to help my neighbor ( I dreamed, too, of t happy bum, .'I r i: Where crrowtnt o d end older. . llor little hand clafped close i In W'tie, nor cnttfnon on my inouiuor. . The tide or yer win beer J on; Our pith are nodiversioa l , No ftmete ot Hwte can b Oi bad, ,11 1 i NoTfieetneloTioaiaainina-j,,,i. , An...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 April 1870

gewgatoir0 gf0urn.1I. j AMES TIM MON 3, Editor." Friday" apiulT2, Ts-tT END OF VOLUME SEVENTEEN. With tliii Uul1i JornxAL close It XYlltb Volume. Volnm XVIIIih Will commence un der anipici mul favorable. W havtagood list of subscriber, very iu iny of wtnm psy us Isedvince. Our advertising pitmnag In larg as w csn accommodate, and is of l!.e best pay lag character. Onr Job business la aUsadit in-.r.ing, ao tliat within tha 1101 10 or thre wwka wa hll ba un iet the necessity of ddlng Job Vretl to our slsbllsbmenl, which will nabl ua to eompeto in quality of work, and In .ric, with any itab!ialimoot In tha Nnrlhw,t. fiat iprlne ha ahown that printing oil eaa distant from the 'at of justice, fare belter than those at hand, and in view i f this fact we ' BI send our eati mat to tin CommUiinn-r 'fsr eiecutlng by contraot lb Job printing 'ad evrtiing of Wood county. Soma of tha ohhty oSoers, It will be retneniborod, when klng cur rote talked lonlly of eo wnmising .ipnscs. W propose to test...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 April 1870

fwjjalwj gjontual rOS'ltHR BTKRT ritf DAT XORNINO sr 1AMES 'f i.nnoju. TKRM3. Orf crpy, on. ftt, Bf I months tit 1 aanoths, 4Oe. Inrafrabry f advance. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OtirB (oVTA. OolHQ HORTei. ' r.M. Toledo.... ...flAii. 9.10 I Cnstar 4 .10 I'.rrrsb'rgll SOr f:i) Milton 4.84 A.M. S.!) 4.02 4.14 IltillPrirel..49 O.&H Weston. . 4 44 Itasktna ..If si 10 01 Toatogany A-OO 4.34 4.45 Tnntngany 1.94 ' in. IX Has. ins -ft. II 10 80 Il.illPrtlrlc5.lJ westo.. 1.21 4.47 .10 5.40 Milton 1.14 10 40 I Perrvsburg i US Custer-. 1.38 10.44 Toledo 0.00 ACCOMMODATION. ar. A.v Toledo 3.20 Perrythurf 4 A. Hull Prairie 4.X Haskina 4.40 I Custer I Milton I Wsstnn .8 5 7.10 7.50 8.08 I Tontngany Tnntngany 5.00 I Raskins. W.stnn ..'o Hull Prairie .8.12 8 42 Milton 5.41 I Perrvsburg. Cnstar 4.4S Toledo 9.25 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge No. 123, F. and A. M. Atte4 Communications 01 (he Firtt tnd ThirJ Monday Evenings nf each Month, as follows Januarr ....... .3 17 Jul...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 April 1870

The Chicago Resolutions. Tim following re the refiolu'lon adopt ed by th iflrtlored dUrem of ChloAfro, on the occasion of their recent ecknrrttion of tho Fifto"Tith Amendment i . . , Wnttnwlla, The rallflrallon of tho tirtenh Amnwnttp. th Oonrlltntlon of th United Htotn by tb rtecijesary number of Htatoa, mskli't manhood snuriure, Irreppcrtlvii of rotor, race, or creed, part of I ho National (tnnatltntton; and, Whrrkas. The colored cltlaen of the I'nlHd attains whniiave heretofore boon bVwrlvod of tela Inestimable rlirht, dear to every Aninrtran citizen, are nn Invested with tt and all Ibu right of Aider Ican cltlfnahlp; thoretoro, - ) Rtnolvtd. Hy the colored cltlrens of llhlcajrn. In mesa meotdiir assembled, that we rcrocriitr.a In ttila ftnajl triumph of rluht ovnr wrmiir, of Jutlr ovor Injustice, oppre union, and prejndlro. the hand of an all-wlo, merclfnl, aud Just Orel, who haa purged thia nation of Ita alna of oppress!. and prejudice". Urn. irferrland, bnt merciriilly spared ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 April 1870

POETRY. THE CHILD'S PRAYER. BY J. L. M'CREERY. Tnnonon Ml tha irslhorinf uldtii of us. On i arena awl aeaaon llngera yet ) Tim flnrt, en'tamped on memory'a pais. The lAfet i tver can forget : I when the orb of day jm-llnnd B ineath the many colored weat, la aeekmymother'aknse, anilflna - Upon her howro nerfert reet : ?? whB tn brean to ahlne ' t rmouUh ether hlne and deep, KflpoiU th prayer whoe opening Hn M" Now I lay mo down to deep." ' O, childhood honra j how culm, how bright I . That mother wnk to deep on Blent. .And wokelnendleaedayl ' '".""wihood, lth lis perila, dime! 4 iJt,. fh;wI'""nt hP. Iw vne deilree'; Ambition's fervid, qnenchleaa flame, u n(l P"ln'e baleful furnace Dree; But oft the thonpht hurt powor to away, Amid temptauuna Aerce end deep If thna I aln howcan I ray I pray the Lord niy oul to keep f1 " , vlewleae meaenffera of loath j t Where health la now, an hour may bring ' , burning brow and fevered breath ; J2" bo" many eparkllng; eyei . -Tbrt Iom to-nlghi acene...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 April 1870

JAKES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, Al'lUL 29, 1870. DELUSIVE SYSTEM OF PROTECTION. now. Mn&H n linen saiJ mi J mncb Us bum wtII ( on what kas bcn termed lh blessing r tilting from th nrjtectioii f Hona Indiutry tittaia country. A g ucral rule w kv ton. rt)irtl WJh blessings s delusion nd IimI to all but lh,e whoso interests ar pro letd. How n ll b othtrnis when th tbe Mf mt frotecUon It VsseoVou tit assumption that th tvreil) of IB rtiele of onODplio' is bettor that a pUnliful supply. Congres hit pasted law wMch prohibit ivspnrlatlnn f foreign pro.liietions by ths extnr Ham it xiv dutic. Th object of this Irg UlMvm i aianply I dimini.b Ihe supply of h nWea, and thus by orMtln scarcity In tht mill enhance lt enst to lha enimwr. It in arrrvldrt thai lh blessings of tntti system ml taxation ar wholly on one tills-Ihul nf the Ir-ir. If lh eonoitners lit general r felJ lhareky w full lo se iU . la It. hi controversy, the advocate nf Protect ftovy plib1y rfsto th orfwnfth ( veeed article,...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 April 1870

PCL!iHI RTKRT rniDAT MORNIKQ fir AJIES TI.llItlOIMS. TBRM3. Onsenpy one trr.,9t t months wit tannins, sin. inesTraDrr m advance. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. ama lovfa. . .- aomo port. .. a.m TnWda. ...11.00)1 9.10 I Costar 4 30 J.M) Prrysb'rgl2 sOF.R.f3 I Milton ...4 84 4 02 naiirratreiz 4V Haskins ..lt.I Trnitoganjr t.94 Waslnn... 1.23 Milton ... 1.31 Castar.. l.jrf 49 ! Weston-. ..4 44 4.14 19 01 Tnntngany A -flO .4.14 10.lt f Haskins .. -S.1J 4.43 10.10 HiillPrirlc8.l4 4.47 10 41) I Perrvsburg S 4.1 10.44 1 Toledo 1.00 5.40 ACCOMMODATION. r.M. ' A.M. Toledo-. . .... ....s o.20 fNitr 0.51 r.rryshnrg . Mall Prairie 4 DA Milton fl 60 4 88 I Weston 1.IO 4.40 I Tnntngany '.7.n0 A.OOl TTnskin ....8.0R 5. SO I Hall Prairie ft. 12 5.41) Perryaburg ,.ft.42 Haskia Taatoganr Watnn .'.. Milton CaiUr 4.48 Toledo 9.24 SENECA J. POWELL. Agent. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge No. 123. F. and A. M. Utated Communications oi (he First and Third Monday Evening rf esch Mon'.h, a follows: January ..3 17 ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 April 1870

NASBY. [From the Toledo Blade.] MR. NASBY AND HIS CONFRERES ATTEMPT TO GET POSSESSION OF THE NEGRO VOTE IN THE SIXTH WARD, NEW YORK—HOW THEY WENT ABOUT IT—THE DIFFICULTY IN THE WAY AND THE RESULT. r r ; BTnT Www 8'iooit, I IS tna Btsra Wabd, Nop Yonit, l -, April 1; 1370. 1 Tnn No York World, In a recon.1 iHoV ro rmrkt iHnt tJioNigger voto must come to us, b6coi tllrj Ilmoeriay hed fcllufi-hr-d ucces-i In mnfcaffln tho Iterant Btid do gradld classes. Thh determined VS to net about Bokoorin tho voto.uy th nitrqor,. popula9hen In bnt wafil trttftirjftly Father'' McUriUiuUt;d tbat it b? done tenwunrt,' becoztko niiu'tt Ihov become Ditnocratsj the way wuz naved for thlf ccsuin undcrV the spcritooal (lirooksltu UV the Catjiollcv vjuurcn i i lniiny iucui:o,jaHi4iuu. taut it Bhood be dono becoz the ltltihct).t, ef op posed to tu, mttojbuqpma ijfmgorous; Tlmmy O Ryan beebz we had either to in corporate em into our rank kill cm, and lit. didn't beleevo It wood pay to raise .i - . it . 'hi un...

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 May 1870

POETRY. THE SEASONS. BY AN UNDECIDED BARD. tbeHprtnir! II tender tromi (Not cabbage., bat colore! pluaeet The vernal dower that clothe ltt tee cenes nr. iovoi y, each in their degrees Snt then, onnn th ntko k..w A lie softnera make one overbold, nrt-how, one ennot nnderetand Afflicts one with eongh tnd cold. No, Summer t the tim. tnr m. When earth ltt beauty brleh aiaeloeei TrVhe (Inn the bird end .1- l0' And ell the scene U ich In roues. , Jrnv, rill I. It ) V. . BS fV!a hronh hamlet, tows nd plain! " n u uncommon hot I Bo '.tilnmn I Culm and cool, Wb- - "Portland ruaeet. gold, and brown 1 " ery evening ae a role. an? V n mon early eettlea down. B I', that It ha. no drawbacks, too, 1 dare not, I admit, Inalitt.. While panj;. rheumatic wield the rcrew On foot and ankle, arm and wrlat. Therefore aliall Winter be my choice t When .llont Ilea the landscape white, Bare for Dan Robin's cheery voice. Who .Inge from mnrntna- until night. Bat then In Wtntor chilblain come. And we're with fr...

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 May 1870

Perrysburg Journal. jTmE8 TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY,"--MAY "l87o' THE TARIFF IN CONGRESS. The dixenaslnn nf the modified tariff Mil In troduced to tin Home by Mr. Sciihn'". Chair man .nf Uio Committee mi Wi-s and Means, is attracting much ntlon:..n ll.ri.nej.oiit die coun try. It if hliflily (tr.ttifylnrf top. rceivo that 'ho Republican members from nvt nt the Wi'Ktern Histosare takin b ! J and 'positive grounds tow nr. I placing tliii turuT on a revenue basis, instead of allowing it lobe a medium by .which money may bo extorted from the pocket of the people, In anpporl of a few favored monopo list. By takinff this advanced ground, nlonc, eaa th Kepnblio.in party save itself frnn de feat , fa th coming full elections. The syren harms of protecting limn Industry, and the illy bugbenr of British Froa Trade, aro now wall understood to mean simply the payment f)f apatinl bounty to favored interests. In sneh baneful but few participate, whilst the great Mali of th peopla consuming audi fav...

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 May 1870

Perrysburg Journal. rOBI.tKIIRD KYKRV FRIDAY MORSISO BY JAMES TI.HMOSS. TERMrf.--0'n copy, one yef, Z i (I month tit months, 50o. Invariably in advance. Perrysburg Journal. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOINO SOUTH. 001 SO ftORTO. T.M. -P.. A.M. Toledo. ...11. 30 B.1A I Cnstar 3 :10 3.611 Psrrvsb'rg 12.5S 9.44 Milton 3.31 4.02 HnllPrairs 1.19 10.07 J Weston 3 4 4 4.M IMskins .. 1.20 It) 10 Tontotrsny 4 "0 4.34 Tnntngany 1.31 10.20 I ITaskim -4 10 4.4S Weston-. 1.50 10 3H llulirrairir I 111 4 47 Milton 2.00 10 4S Pcrrvshurg 4 20 5.10 Custar-... 2.0 ( 10.52 Toledo-. 4.55 J.40 ACCOMMODATION. P.M A.M. ..Ail ..fl.68 Toledo Perrysburg Hull Prairie llaskin Tontngany Westm,.... .. Milton Cwstar 3.20 4.0(1 ..4.40 4.44 5 01 5.30 Cuslar Milton Weston Tontogany Haskins Hull Prairie Perrysburg.. T.H ..7.50 .."-.(IS . .8.12 ..8.42 . 00 B.09 Toledo . 9.25 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge No. 123, F. and A. M. JUated Communications on the First and Third Monday Evenings of each M...

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 May 1870

METAPHORS OF THE PEOPLE. aRO (forgetting th " No S(lrnp," nyg Max Miller, " wa possible In the InUllectnallilo of man with out mptaphor;" and he admirably shows how words ttniltiply' and language in creases Its capacity through the tendency cl men to observe resemblances. " Thns from roots meaning to shine, to he bright, names were formed for sun, moon, stars, tho Cvei of men, gold, silver, play, Joy, happiness, love. With roots meaning to strike, It was possible to name an axe, the thunderbolt a flat, a paralytio stroke, a striking remark, and a stroke of business. From roots meaning to go, names were dorived for clouds, for Ivy, for creepers, serpents, cattle and chatti 1, movable and Jnrhovablo property." Metaphorical syno nyms became prevalent, as when the sun was called tho brieht. the golden, the pre server, from Its Qualities, or when clouds wwns i called mountains, and rain clouds cows with heavy udders. Metaphor, it Is thus seen, is the well spring from which are drawn the ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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