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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 February 1871

Miscellaneous Reading. LIFE'S BETTER MOMENTS. , 7? J"" " momenta u. ,,S,yna bloom ( M, thT like sweet roan 011 .1n ,th m,"t of tomb, v 4. vU'wnigB they brlnij ua, Aa lovely as brief, they meet tin when hiippy. An leave tit In grief. fcirys of the mornW, 1 TlnKlnK trmskv, 81 oineonthe,nuT,m. 8l'1ow of evening 7 ' Unriort on the shore 1 2 ? f w.' sr" . them no mora. ; Dawiilnir in beauty, Our journey to cheer. .-, Wwua that we, like them, . ,.' , N'iht molt Into Ilea von. DON'T TELL IT. .... 3f0" nelcrhhom nnme, .... Or your friend's fair fain. And what hefiill It, in deed or word, , rIOnr Yon h,y have heard. J et pray don't tell H! ' If kept within, , Tuts enmored sin " ' - . .May prove a bubble ; told airnln Xlke the thriving grain, 'Twill eoon jrrow double " Instead of peace, If strife Increase, Then try and quell it; .i;,: Think wbnt you will, . Or eoodorfll. j ..: . . But pray don't tell It. FIVE BACHELORS KEEPING HOUSE. BY MARY CLARKE. .'"'? wrt,,ra oing In early June, and in th...

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 February 1871

JAMES 'TIWlMON S,"Editor7 FRIDAY, - FEBRUARY, 10, 1871. i A RARE OFFER TO PATRONS OF THE JOURNAL. The Journal at $1 50 Per Annum. A'pprnii citing llio cluae uf the year 1370, it 1 with pleasure we state that the business of our ollice end the circulation of our paper lias been steadily Increasing. Such being the case we propose at the coinmcnecment of the new year to reduce tho price of the Journal tn single subscribers to Unr Dollar end Fifty Cents lir annum, parable in advance. IT not paid within three weeks from Jnnnary first, two dol lars will ib ehnrged as heretofore. This price is shcIi as will i fl'er an Inducement to our friends to put lorth renewed rfliirta in our fnvur. It will bo found that the JornNAt. will always give a full' and comprehensive Tiew of liiMieml, roliticnl arm t,ncal news. Jt Willie our hifthc.it ambilinu tn make it in every sense a competent rcprcsentiiliveol the Interest ot Wand Counlr. For IhWse who may wish to Inke some of the lendinpfperiiidicnls in ...

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 February 1871

rtfSLISUltD KTIRV FnibAV KORKIKO BT JAIUES TlMIUONT. TEllItliU Ont eopy, on year, la tdvancs-.v. $l" so Out eopy, month i 00 On eopy, three month m TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOIrXJ BOOTH. OOINU KOKTB. . . . r.W. .!., A.H. Toledo ....12 45pm 9.20 I Cnslar ....4.37 Perrysb'rg 1.10 0.50 Milton 4.41 HullPraire 1.J8 10.1 I Wealon.....iO S.bS 4.02 4.14 4.84 Haskina 1.S0 10.14 ) Tnntogany 6.04 Tonlogany Weston Milton Castar... 1.40 l.jn t.o MO 10.25 Haskins .5.15 4.45 10.44 10.55 10.59 tlullPrtirieS.lS Perrysburg &. 87 Toledo.... 8.05 4.47 6.10 ACCOMMODATION. Taledo rsrryshnrg H- il Prairie llaikins -Tnntogany . Weston Milton Custar . A.M. A.51 ....SO ..4.04 .. 4.S7 4.44 5.04 5.30 -t.OC -6.0A Custar Milton Weston Tontngany Haakin. .. Hull Prtirie. Perrysburg.. Toledo .. .. ..0.5(1 T.IO 7.50 -8.08 .8.11 8.42 S.25 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge N. 123. F. and A. M. Communications on the First end Third Monday hveningsof each Month, as follows: January .... ....2 ...

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 February 1871

The Imperial Ring. DcniNO the long Ttepuullcftn ftsooiidency In this BiHtP".'tho Democrntlo party con stantly alleged that the city of New York hml teen virtually deprived of self government by the tystem of commissions appointed by the Governor and LnglHla turo. The, )iople were Implored to save the very principle of free popnlnr Institu tions by overthrowing tho Hepublicans and bringing the Democracy into power. At length (ha Republicans were defeated. Ve are now entering npon the sefcond year 'of Democratic supremacy In the State, and popular government in the city of New York is already practically subverted. An imperialism has been established hero. as absolute as that of Louis Nnpolcon, and it is lormaiiy sustained, as his was, by an oo- rmiorml webissite called an election. De Tocqucvllle, that acute political thinker, contemnlatod with tho utmost anorelien- sion a democratic Btate of society without honest democratic institutions. He thought it tho worst form of tyranny. Thi...

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 February 1871

Miscellaneous Reading. Miscellaneous Reading. OLD AGE. V"f MoNOnta oT trie wprWilY nnrriflbH t. l. l . . . J Let ft rlenart. l , .i j The RlaiWeof Brpil?rtM-thiMitiiinnT. The iwitc of human Jova lb. )ut.tnd ttas Alfl T v .?., ' - . v y rru " """'"W now in Piny UV vl3',VIY,M "wwM Bower grw WM . In, j'"1 f'" l",,h"j ovion wit! Filled m. wllhjojs of mysteries untried, , "5 !irJJtV V" nior 'n"1 rtellffhf," And Jf,, ; k4d n.ijatn-fArtrfM J And t wyenolMt bow In life', hot noon,, , . ." ; ' ArolMidrnytm'Hi.ielsvl.hrnsMshM ' ? oior nfnim, mid ih. alf nf Jnn. ' Breathed rRrfor-.w -those iimmT flay, are IVrl; ' , . . t ; , PT,of wf t Bfirjt, when the ierpetit' lay, ' ' Larking t aic iwiul Ilfu eaooaiitrii wyT.'T Ths IrStit Sf frlm?; th s-irrtnw eln'w, lir oVir, " ' Anil I rWolowIn knotting llit for m . Tbe woorlhin. nd th. ni Mnom o mora ; The tflntler green In Km from Hold smftroe; Brown barren atirsva stand clr es-al'isr Dm blue. And leaves full fust, anr lelhe Vutbf'il, unllt.j ....... yf...

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 February 1871

JJMisjmikOSB, Editor. PRIDAY, - FEBRUARY, 21. 1871. ' . - - Orr eerentr-lhrea thousand horse war slangUered and tatea In rris during th (leg. 0rrrrnnnt hat record of h graves of $15,. M Union soldi', of Whom H3,lrmtio an stHwa, Th Ifri1atnr hurt rnrssed k hill authori sing th Stat Board of Eqnslimtion to reduce (). sgtrtg-ats rain of real estate in Ohio, tiro l.nndred million of dollars. Th Summer Tannest, over which sn on wnirsrrted exoilemenl hat boon created, arrived flj In the berbor of Ban Domingo on the 11 hiat., hating net with no accident during the We aee It staled that Hsnkt rVR Bsschf.b receive a sal art rf 120,000, an increase of a.3, 000. The peart In hit ehnrch rnnled t few days go for the aggregate turn of $58,000. Within a sneaking, dia'ane from lib ehnrch are ehHdren riaititnte that they pitennsly beg for bread. Yet they eal 1 (hit cbrtianlly - i . . An lllinnlt man, In his efforts to disparage thnee who mar wish to invest in Toledo and oth er Lake eitiea, gites 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. — 24 February 1871

?v 0 ' o kvrpfctt'tjf Mutual t J A WES TfiTirtons. ,jT 0n oPTi nn tr' In adfabW.i. .-.. fi to " One ftTt nonthi..... t.it.. 1 (A On "w u,re" amnios AS TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. aoiria tout,' aoiM obtb. r.M. .a. l.tf T H loin .J I Cntf ....4,17 .S8 4.02 4.14 4.X4 Parrvab'rg .0 Miltoa 4.41 HullPrtlrt .2H IS.lt I Wettoa ..... Haskint .. Tnntogany Weston . Miltoa Custar... 1.8(1 1.40 1.5 SOS l.ls IS 14 Tnntogany .04 10 4 t nki.. li 1 44 HullPralrla.19 !. i Perrraburg I 11 lS.M I Toledo . 4.4 4.47 .! 1.4 ACCOMMODATION. Toledo... PerryaWg Hull Prairlt tlaskint -Tnntogany r.m. i.t?. 8.J8 Can tat .... .... .. 0.S1 .4.04 4 JIT 4.44 ..o Miltoa s.ts Wtiton T.IO Tontngtny ......7.90 Hatkiot ..8.08 Hall Prslrle S.M Perrysburg 8.41 Toledo " J (ton Milton Cuttar . a. MO .. 4.0 . SENECA J. POWELL. Agent. SOCIETIES. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge N. 123. F. and A. M. Slit! Communication! on. the Pint and Third Monday Bet nlngtof tach Month, foHowt: Janniry . ....... 11 S Fabruar v.. 30 March 6 ilt A...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 24 February 1871

CURRENT ITEMS. Which Is tha .mallest brtdga In the world Thfbridwof U now. A ccp tltflllliM lotoxlct, yet Is in aiaitire of fotOxientlon Aie-cnp. 'A "CiLrroRinA recovered tho use (t a paralyzed arm by kelng thrown from a horse. A coi,OTtF.rr,1ioy In Tr5nbld County, Kentucky, litis killed thirty-due casles In his llfo-time. r. f , Trump, were two' regularly ostfilillsriccl balloon corapanira in tri during the late siege. ' . WnT Is pcokfjry' considered deep " science T" 'Because It penetrates Into the earth. Wht are "black 'eyes called plorclngf Because they can look daggers when they like. . Tint best blfflf flayfrift for your wife Is a policy orf fpt lffo In the Washington Life, of New;;t6rk.' A cniMB of, bells b Milwaukee Is in scribed: " lit. . memory , of Minnie J. Hodges weight 744 pounds. A resident of "Connecticut boasts that for eighty-four Consecutive years he has eaten his Thanksgiving dinner in the same house. ; fcUuiv. ; Mr. SchRNCK being afraid of sea-sickness, the Bost...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 March 1871

Miscellaneous Reading. Miscellaneous Reading. TO MY WIFE. BY EDWARD B HEATON. BY EDWARD B HEATON. I. ano nvionnyeafYiHherhlewcWa tea." .- II. .,'. within onr cottaee fiifr, ' .. 1 Intelllgmjc, , Tlrt, i . V ! i i The let hh banish eare, ! ,' , , Thai l"?AaBht th" W'1 ensnare Ttt mlud la happy which la free from pain ; II. III. iii'i ? wni'W hare if en, a it m r J0" forever green Bmlle on the qrowd, unhappy aiid nnblest. : IV. . t,.., with our hnrable cheer Rest We contented, though we never rise ' ' Beyond our little sphere. Tls all tfcLV8 !ot ""l'1'' ncr" ..I ' 1 1 Sll the angela are beyond tha skies. V. -M.u. 1 too, with love,' iii rtSi"-." "".T"""1 "nd of joys. .'., , Weat Power nbove-- ' hoy. r"' HWod ')l0 ,,r fe',r, Dd VI. the otnp' bora y we gWe, peaceful as a summer day, . I it llith naa. luu - pmo ucyuiiu me roar May e piumo houveuly wing and soar awny. TOM JOINER'S "GOOD ANGEL." The following' narrative is told to tbe reader in marly tlio Mime words as it was told to the wr...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 March 1871

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, MARCH. 3,. 1871. tWing tlia voar 1ST0, 20,085 emigrants passed through Cvlumbua for the West and'Nortwesl. . ttons John Shkkwam and Jon E. Btrtinron Vsveonr thank for favors alio Capt. Makt. Kahrinokii for cnpica of the various Washing, ten papers, , , A petition bin been presented to the Legisla ture, by Mr. EviKKTT.from 108 eitiiens of Wood nnd Henry counties, for the completion of the Ollead Side Cut Cnal. At the special election in Columbiana county on Tuesday of last week, Josiau Thompson, tha Republican candidate, was elected to fill the vacancy occasioned In the IIousi of Rt-presen-tatires by the death of Hon. 0. 1. Young. The Democraoy made no nomination. m mi Petitions, numerously signed, are being pre Rented to the Legislature, almost daily, from ra tions counties throughout the State, protesting against any change or modification of the Liquor Law of Inst session ! also sgainst the local and general taxation, which Is becoming so alarm ingly...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 March 1871

.flLISIIltD KTKRVFRIOAt M0BN1N0 BY ' v . trnnii f Cst PT jeer, In advance. $1' so t n.s copy, tig months too 0e copy, three mnntht to TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. sotrtsr. ooi xa mouth. . . . r.u. A.M mieno....ii un t.x l CasUr ....4.87 S.68 Perrysb'rg 1.10 9.S0 I Alillon 4.41 4.02 MtillPralra 1.J8 Haskinn .. 1. SO 10.10 Weitoif.-4.t0 10.14 Tontogsny ft.Oa 10.11 I Hanking .. .6.15 10.41 I HullPrairieS.18 10.54 Perrysbnrg. 37 10.69 Toledo.... 0.06 4.14 4. .14 4.46 Tontogany 1.40 w eston Milton CuaUr 1.60 4.47 1.00 J.10 t.10 f.40 ACCOMMODATION. Tsledo Perrysbnrg Hull Prairie Ilaskins ... Tontogany r.at. ' JUO A.M. .-6.61 Cnatar . Milton Weston Tontogany Haakins Hull Prairie Perrysburg.. 4.04 4.37 4.44 5.04 5. .10 .0.00 (1.60 T.IO ..7.60 ..8.08 wanton.... Milton .... . Custar 8.12 .8.42 0.0S loladn 0.25 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. 8tted Communication! on the First and Third Monday bremngsnf esch Month, as follows: January ........3 18 x?er...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 March 1871

Wonderful Perseverance and Escape of a Boy. Is January lnat, unyt the Leftvmmortti Commercial, John Wilson, a lad about six teen yoars of aro, loft his homt, on Mug quito Bottom, in company with his father and two neighbors, for the purpose of hunting bufliil.i on tho. upper Arkansas. The weather was all tbt could bo wiahoil, Same was found in abundance, and tho unteru secured. s much as their teami were able to haul back so long a distance, and, on the morning of the 10th, prepara tions were made for a return homo. .iot so, however, with young Wilson, tvho had become enchanted with tho wild scenes and wilder sports. To him it was new life, of which be had often read, but had now become a living actor in Us fasi nations. To the left of the river, and be yond the skirt of timber In which the hunters were encamned. stretched the un broken plain, on which, within range of vision, quietly grazed a small herd of but- lalo,.and, hew and there, scattered groups of antelope. At this sight 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. — 10 March 1871

Selected Miscellany. PEOPLE WILL TALK. 5 T0 "w8t trofl'1 wotM, but 'twill bewy If yit linen to nil th! kni aa'yoi an ; v tew "a 'rmd' l"'l ll 'rt'otmsrtdlMoma'toi.Btwt wni bave something to For people will talk. .' i ! i" 3 4ni1 ml irtodiVt, toti'li have it nmnmH .' I JiSJf J? ."J""- . i: fol, """ I' ciuunng, or eiae jou'rs ft mil aon't get excited, keep narfcotlr cool. For people will talk. If genjroti and noble,. tboy'U vent out their dMflte.r car dome loiiil btiitt that yoa're icllhk ti mean 1 B and mean If nprliilit, honott, end fulr as the dav. lnuj u call you a rojjne in a ly, anecritig way. For fjoplo will tulk. And then, If you tliow the leaat boldiiest of 1 J r a elicit Inclination to take your own part llicy will call you an upstart, conceltoi ' heart. i part, .HutlhdS atraliiht ahead, don't stop to explain, ' vl For people will talk. . If threadbare your dress, or old-fashioned your I lint, , rjome one will surely lake notice of that. And hint rather strong tbat you can't...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 March 1871

JAMTIMMONsTEditorr FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1871. J. Frost, of Massillon, Ohio, was selected t Ih UU Editorial Conrentiuo to eolUct llieesrly history of Ihe Ohio press for the nest Conven tiun, which to be hold at Cleveland in July ncit, odder theeupervlsiuo of the editors ef that city. The Napeleon Su)nlji,"ttltT tiro weeks of tierculesa effort w hsve to far succeeded la raising tin stock required of ui to secure the Mansfield, Celdwster and Lake Michigan R id, that tha result la deemed as food a accomplished. There is now over $100,00(1 on the books and tha remaining sum neWMary to fill the quota' or 5,000 per mile, will certainly be secured be tors the end of the week." Ths editor or the Tasewell (til.) RrpnUienn Went to Peoria on Wednesday night of last week ta hear the great Nilsom. lie aaysi 'Ifwsbad known then that shs wss going to locate st Peoria permanently ws should't bars gone In every sense or the word shew grate. She has no rival. She Is emphatically the queen or song, snd th...

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 March 1871

- TrMlrtSlj'. Bui '"VTt Tar, In advance-to .v.v f,i' to Ort'opri' months , j; no qi copy, three months 50 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. ooirto strut a. a.m. r.M. Medo....l2 45pm 0.20 OOI NO NORTH. r.M. A.M. Cnstar 4.37 S.!l Perrvab'rg 1.10 HullFralre 1.28 Haskina .. 1 .10 9. AO Milton 4.41 4.02 4.14 4.34 4.4S 4.47 .10 .40 10.10 ) Weston.. ..4.60 10 14 Tonlogany ft.04 10.24 I Raskins-. .6.15 10.44 I HullPrsirleo.18 10.05 Perrvsburgd 37 10.69 Toledo 0.06 tonlogany 1.40 w esmn Milton Ciutar. 1.6 2.0 2.10 ACCOMMODATION. Toledo Perrysburf . Dull Prairie Masking Tnntogany .. Weston ' . Milton Cuatar .M. A.M. 3.20 4.04 . 4.37 Custer 0.61 Milton 8.60 Weston 7.10 Tonlogany 7.60 Husking 8.08 Hull Prairie 8.12 Perrysburg 8.42 Toledo 9.25 4.44 S.Ol 6.30 8.00 .0ft SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. 8tteil Communications on the First and Third Monday Eveningsnf each Month, as follows! January.... 210 July 817 February (1-20 Ang"st 7-21 March. 0-20 September 4...

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 March 1871

SENATOR MORTON'S SPEECH. On the Joint Resolution of the of Indiana Declaring the of the Fifteenth of the Fifteenth Amendment by that State Null and Void. Tim following la ono of the Indiana resolutions i " Ri tntfit, further, by the nthorlty aforesaid, Thut C'onKiT'nR haa no lawful power, derived from the Cninntiiflon of the United Stales, nor from any other source whalever, to reqitlae but Htale t Iho ftnlon to ratify en amendment to the Constltntlon of the United Htates aa a condition precedent to mpreapntatlon in ConL'rcss; thnt ell such ecu of ratification are null and told, and the vote to ohtnlncd otivht not to he counted to affect the rl-ht of the people and the Stateeof the whole Viilon; and that the Hi me of Indiana protest and solemnly declare that the so-called Fifteenth Amendment la not this day, nor never has been In law, a part of the Constitution of the United States.. . ... In Ui United States Senate, February 15, Mr.- Morton, of Indiana, said : This resolution decla...

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 March 1871

Selected Miscellany. WOMAN'S ANSWER TO A MAN'S WOMAN'S ANSWER TO A MAN'S QUESTION. yon Vnow yon have ask 4 for tbs eot1tt thinff Ivar mail fcy tha Tlartfl ahovs? A woimk'i hsart and a woman's Ufa And a woman's wonderful Jovef , Do yon know yon hay asked (or tbla priceless thing 'At a child might Mk fof invt : Pmndlng what others hara died to win, With thMckl?ssdta of abojf wr,"" T lemon of dnt ont Men-like yon bo- questioned met Wow stand et the br of woman's soul. Until I tbell question thee. Ton require yonr mutton shall always be hot, Vonr socks and shirt b whole; 1 fequire yonr heart to be true as Ood'e stars, And pure h Heaven yenr soul. 1 Yon reqnlre a cook for yonr mutton end beef, I require fr greater thlmf; A eeametreaa yon're warning for eocke and for shirts, I look for a man and a king A king for the beanttfnl realm called home, ' And a man that the Maker tJod - - . Shall look upon aa Hu did oa the Aral, Andeay ' it la rary good." I am fair and yonnj, but the roee will fa...

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 March 1871

, spa , JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAYs MARCH 17, 1871. tUnax K.D. Pc, CftAKLRi FoaTia and J.A Oaarm.p, hay our thank for Congressional ffrers. A law hat bean pMH.il br tlx Legfslatnra prohibiting ahanirsa of text book Id public erhonla ftaner than oneo in two yeara, except wbera the price be rlaen. It I hoped that i I ' may put a stop to a practice whioh hat become l be, la man? cases, swindle. The Commlaalaitfna appointed to Investigate the claims ol Southern loyalists for property takes bjr quraterraasters and enmmitaric dur ing the war, will not hold meeting except it Washington, the clans baring been atricken aurt providing that the more from point to point. OoTernoT Hirta ha ordered apcclal elee lectiofl on the 33d day of March, to fill the re. caner occasioned by tbe death of Hon, William 8. Wii.i.iiHa, Republican Kcprcsentatlre from Jaekaoa county, who died at Columbus on the 6th Inst. The Republican majority In theennnty laat lair was 2' 3, and there la no reason todonbl 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. — 17 March 1871

JAMES flUKIONSi 0"fTi yf. In advance '.. .... $t'jo On ffft ' mnnlha j 00 0 P7 tliraa month 59 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OIKO iOrTB . eOINO KOHTB. a.t. r.t. fur..tlt 45m .20 I Cnstar 33 a fttryg l.io O.ftO Milton 2 3lt 4 HallPralr. 1-28 10.191 Weston-. ... 4 Hskina .. l.M 10 14 1 Tnntogany- 3.U3 4 Tontoganj 1.40 10.24 I Hsaking .. ..! 4 " l.f 10 44 I HuHPrairi3.14 4 Milton .... 2.0(1 10. ii 1 Perrvsburg 3 34 6 Guitar.." J.li H.JO Toledo 4.00 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. Tledo 8.20 PerrysbitrsT 4.04 Cnstar Milton Weston Tnntogsny nankins Hull Prairie. Perrysburg.. Hull Prairie- .. 4.37 llaaltln. 4.44 Tonine-an ... . ' ' 8 04 .lk.30 (1.00 " esion ' Milton Cuitar .... .0o Toledo PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. P. M. Toledo.... 0 20 Kill Toledo (1. 2(1 Uvea Ride Track 33 I'errysburg (1.60 8ENP.CA Perrrnhnrff Bates Sido Track -fl East Toledo Toledo 0 . POWELL, Agent SOCIETIES. Phenlx Lailje 133F.and A.n. flitted Communications on tlie First and Third M onday Evenings of each Month, aa follows: J...

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 March 1871

Honest Elections. Honest elections are the concern of no party,, but of the people) and there is no subJiKH tipon which all citing should so heartily agree as tipon a stringent lw to wnre the pa.it y of the polls. The duty of Congress to pass such law, that the fundamental authority In the government may be beyond question, is Imperative. When ttperience hAS shown that In any part of the country the electoral frauds are so enormous a to throw suspicion upon the result of the elections, it would be a criminal neglect of duty if Congress should tail to protect the rights of the citizen. The cries of "usurpation," "despotism," " bayonet elections' are Blmply silly. It Is the right of every American citizen to demand, and the duty of Congress to give, the amplest defense against dishonest national elections ; and every man who opposes the most decisive legislation upon the subjoct is Justly liable- to the most damaging suspicion. Ever since the Republican party ob tained tie ast'.i nden...

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