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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 24 March 1871

Selected Miscellany. Selected Miscellany. THE HAWKS NEST. BY F. BERT HARTS. W eherlWewr paie-llia red road sharply round ing. We hoard the troubled flow Of the dart 4Uve depth, of plan, resounding A tUuidIfeoi boloivi ,. Above the Inmnlt of the canon, lifted, The (trey hawk breathless hung, Or on !ho bill a winged shadow drlltsa Where furze and Ihorn-bush clung Or where, half way, flit' mountain aide Wat fur rowed v. With many a seam and war, . Or ronic abandoned tunnel dimly burrowod T-,;A uiol. lilllensofar; . We looked In silence down across the distant 1 u fat horn ablo reach, , A sllenco broken by the guide'! consistent Aud realistic speech; 'NValkrr, of Mflphv's blew a hole throngh'p f F.ir!11mj hlin io Med, - Peteri vXaoa.ua and imttud u of South lloraito. , Across the long Divide, ' ' " " We ran him nut of Stroni'a, and np through Eden, And 'cross the ford below, rJid up this mountain tlXcr.' brother lead In'), ; And ma and Clark and Joo. , . , A , f'Jle ftin't n. tamo; aome...

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 March 1871

Perrysburg Journal. JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1871. Th. 8ocMy of th Army of Tennessee, of wMbh Ovaerat Shimiim it President, will hold hi fifth regular meeting la Cincinnati onth Sth nd Tih of April. Colonel Jon W. IfoiLB, of Mi Third Iowa Cavalry will deliver th nnal address. Every officer who t any tint lerved with honor In army tnd department ii, by tht constitution, tuiilled to a membership, and ill nch,a wall aa rosmbira of kin Ira j aocietie ax luTlted to attend lb meeting-. ' Tit Cleveland leader urge tut paissg of lw,.bj tht legislature, requiring foreign lnur. nee companies to deposit enough of (heir se curities with the Secretary of State, to secure policy holders, in Ohio, from loss In case of fail ure. The recent failures whioh hare occurred would Indicate that some law requiring security lo policy holders should be passed. Companies unable or unwilling to comply with the requisi tion would then be obliged to withdraw Iron) the flsU and allow the same to r...

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 March 1871

- .,rsHED ITKRT MltlA wnmin a JAWES TAHItlON:, TEHJIS P Oni WTi on year. In advance .... fl go Out Py innoins.. .............. . j no . On ""P'' month! ................ ia TIME & M. Railroad. torn aovTH . A.M. P.M. Toledo 13.45pm ,20 Perrysb'rg 1.10 O.IIO OOIMO NO STB. r.v. a. ii Custar . 83 I Milton 1 ail J. SB 4.02 4.14 Hull Prat re 1.2ft Hssklns 1.30 10.10 I Weston--.2 46 10.14 Tontogany S.03 10.25 I Haaklna .. 8 13 4.84 4.45 Tontogany 1.40 Weston 1.S8 10.44 HullPralrieB. It 4.47 Milton .... Custar .... 2.08 10.(5 I PerrvsburgS 84 M0 10.60 I Toledo 4.00 6.10 6.40 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. r.M. A.N. Toledo 1 20 Custar 6.61 Perrysburg 4.04 Milton o.&fl Hull Prairie. .. 1.J7 Weston 7.10 Tontogany 7.50 Raskin ....8.08 Haiku. -4 44 .Ot .6.30 8.00 Tontogany Weston... Milton Custar nail Prairie 8.12 Perrysburg 8.42 0.08 Toledo 9.25 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. Toledo 20 Et Toledo.... ..0.20 Bates SideTrsok.. 88 Perrysburg 0.50 A. M Perryburg (1.20 Rates Side Track. Jl Kast Toledo A 44 To...

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 March 1871

The Ku-Klux Outrages at the South. Thb ffcmitz a synopsis of M re--port tcc&AJ submitted to the Sorwto at Washington Ly the minority of the com mit too appointed to inquire tuto the alleged outrages at the South. . ' . : The committoe state that they were di rected by the resolution to ascertain whether the alleged crimes were com mitted by bands of a political character, and whether the persons nnd property are secure in the Southern States. The com-mltteo-JAViconnncd their labors princi pally to the State of North Carolina, from which they have examined 62 witnesses 29 Republicans, 21 Democrats, two of no party, s, members of the Kit K lux, in f UtQing some of tho most prominent mem bers ot either party. , Tho report elves the lull history of the origin and growth of mis organization which nrst appcurcil in some'tiountios of the State as early as 18i!7, nnd cnttfiruieS :' It Is not necessary to cito from the pVldenco to show that n ation itself secret, which, by the terms of l...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 31 March 1871

Selected Miscellany. A FANCY. J arrosi If nil the children Who havojlved through see lou( Were collected nd Inspected They would make a wondron. throng. , the babble or the Ilaboll O, the flutter of the fun I To bcitrn with Cain and Abel, And to Bnlsh up with usl Think of all the men and women Who are now and who hare beon; Every nation alnce creation That tbta world of ont ha Men l And of all of them not any But was once a baby mall, ' While of children, (J, how many Never have grown np at all I - Borne have never landed or ipoktu, ' Never used their rosy feetj Borne have even flown to heaven Kre they knew that earth was iwaet j And, Indeed, I wonder whether If we reckon every birth. And bring Buck a flock together, There Ls room for them on earth. ' v Little happy Christian chlldre- . Little savage children, to 0 Lu all itagee, of all age ' That our planet e' .."Vn. i .' aii ar-n and faint. Some in very aandsonie dresses,1 N aked jmo, bedaubed with paint. Only chluk 0f the eonfnal...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 31 March 1871

txxpfaxq gfmuuaL JAMEa T1MM0N3, Editor. FRIDAY, MARCn 31, 1871, Tli Negro population of Virgin!, tht Old Dominion, eod Weal Ylrglnle, has fallen on" in tea years thlrtf-elx thousand. Tb Legislature hi passed a law reqol ring the owners of dimi across any rirer or crick in Ohio, to construct and maintain a sufficient pas sage way or chute, to saebla Sab to put over uch dam. Concerning the trouble! in Paris, oar dis patches on the first page of this paper will be found to contain all the most reliable news, alee a message and proclamation from President Orimt, relatlre to the Ku-Klns and establish tng order in the South, A member of the Legislature from Medina county presented a petition to lhatbody last'week to prohibit any person who is a member of a secret or oalh-bnund society from serving as jurors. The petition was referred to the Judi ciary Commute. i Hon. JoB.lt Shbrman will accept our thanks for a eo y of his able speech, in the Senate on the 18th Inst., on the Kn-Kluz outrag...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 31 March 1871

' JAMES f ftlMONg. TEMfTIS I" an year, la advance".! i; Dm L.ih. $1 60 1 00 40 TIME TABLE—D, & M. Railroad. AMI IW. QUINB HOHTHi A.M. r.n. P.M. A.M. ..II 45m 1.20 Cnstar 31 1.58 Milton 130 4 02 r.piWalre 1.28 10.10 I Weston--.- 4 4.14 1.S0 1.40 1.611 1.0 S.10 10 14 Tontogany 8.0S 4.14 10.25 1 Hsskins-.-S.lS 4.45 10.44 HullPralrleS.lS 4.47 10.65 I PerrraburgS 34 6.10 10.59 Toledo 4.00 1.40 rw, tjillos LIMA ACCOMMODATION. p.m. a.m. W" 8.J0 Cnstar 0.61 P.rrysburr 4.04 Milton 6.6 Hull Prairie 4.17 Weeton 7.10 Hssklne 4.44 Tontogany ......7.50 Tontogany 5.04 Haskins 8.08 I",0 5.10 Hull Prairie 8.IJ JJ'llon 8.00 Perrysburg 8.42 Cuatar 8.08 Toledo 9.24 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. M. A. m- Toledo 6 20 Perrysbnrg 8.20 Ratea Side Track-6.32 En lit Toledo 8.44 Toledo 8.60 Kast Toledo 8.26 IJtei 8ide Track. .6.38 Perrysbutf 6.60 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. Stated Communications on the First and Third Monday Ereninganf each Month, at ful...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 31 March 1871

NASBY. NASBY. [From the Toledo Blade.] ll ? T COKNJtRS, THAT IIVTHB THB TRUTH ALIjKGED OUTRAGES VIUNITT OB THB COTINBKS. COM THE .Wlch U In th State nv Kentucky,! I fM M ""''" lOIll I nil. uci uin gpreu ftDrona that committee wiu atroln tn uu f n,- ST?elV,T,lnTe8t,Ptln the Wflln matter IJ. ZTuTT "n "7 ,ew and North- lira white men In thU part nr Kentucky, ino Corner courU Investlgashen. Bhe 5!iMlu lin ez Jaw-abldln ez could be ex pectid under the Circumstances under wlch she hea bin placed, and hez no fears ut ny fair inquiry, but for fear that wat hez um uune mite De ml understood, ef Z l,r? Bnooa 06 teften by a preloodlst v ''""'"ee.me ana deekin Pograra de elded that I shood make ut myself a Court JiKgsamliiashen, and report precisely T.hA Btntita mm I t . ... ... . ' t rrT UT B"'"rl ' iuis pertiKeler. Last Toosdy I summoned the leedin dtl sens uv the Corners afore me In the back room ut Bascom's, and put em thro the most sarchin eggsamlnashen. Captln Hugh McPclter wnz the first ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 7 April 1871

Selected Miscellany. ACROSS THE RIVER. BY LUCY LARCOM. Vr for m tha silent or Parts th Mllent Illvsr, And I stand npon th shora , f th strata Korsver, Phall I miss tha loved and knownt Bhall t vainly seek mine own? 'MM the crowd that come to meet Hptrlta sin-forgiven, Listening to their echoing feet Down the streets of beeveiv flhall I know a footstep near Tht I listen, wait for here I Thsn will one approach the brink . With band extended, One whose thongtata I loved to think Rre the veil waa rended, Saying, "Welcome I we have died, And again are aide by aide." Saving, I will go with thee, - - That ttiotj be not lonely, o ."N " To jon bills of mystery t i . if . t We waited only ,j , I'litll now. to climb with thee Yonder hills of mystery. Can the honda that make ns here , , . Know ourselves" Immortal, " Crap away, like foliage sear. At llfo's inner nnrtalt r i I What In holiest below ' Mnil forever live and grow. , . J 'hall love the angels well, After I have found them In the mans...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 7 April 1871

FRIDAY, . . AMtIL 7, 1871. - ' j llAoa and Cordr hop In boon each other Into thane In Canada shortly, at Iht only way to eetlla an eld grudge. Whether Mict do kil Coictn, ot Cowim ito Srfll'XfaOi, of etch do kill iht other, the world will say Amen. Tfco Jeia tffgh Commies Ion, on the Alabama Claim, have bees earnestly engaged fur some lime aat. The transactions of each days pro eedingf ere telegraphed to London In the eve ning, that enabling the Brtieh Government to carefully consider each etep taken by lie repre" sentatlvet. It la thought that the Commission will tomplete their labnn In a month. " ii im -s-. The Dcmoemtle'preee has labored sealously to convince the pnblie that Hon. John Summa ha nude hie political connections highly In .retire business. Among the real the Cincin nati Enqnirtr recently gave expressions to thie effect, which called forth a lelter from the hon orable gentleman. He say he I not relatively ' richer, considering the value of property, than when be became...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 7 April 1871

t gerrpiwj gfontual A.TIES TftlMONft. TrHJii r Zfi, .1 month, .. ...-.! ..vi .. JjJ, y.pr, three month ; ...t . . $1 to froo f SO TIMETABLE—D. & M. Railroad. iOCTB . eomo KOKTH. a.m. r.a. r.ti. a.m. f(jn-"msr 1.19 I Cnatar 8J 1.48 Perrtsb'rf Lit 9. AO I Milton J 4.02 H)rair 1.19 ( Wf9ton....J 4 4.14 1.IM If If I TontottOV-0 1.94 Mil 10.11 ITaRkin S IS 4.4!. 1.6 10.44 HnllPnirltt.lt 4.47 S.0 l.o I PerrytburgS 14 1.10 1.1 1. Toledo 4.8 t.40 Hssirn Toeing ny ITmIoo Jfiltna Cutter LIMA ACCOMMODATION. F.M. Tslean).... .....2t Perfyahnrf . .4 04 ttl Pnlrl 447 Hasktna . i. 4.44 Tnntngane .... ...s ot W.ston.... .... ...I. So Milion (.00 Cmtar .o.oo Cnatar Milton Weston Tontngtny Raskin Hall Prairie... Perrysbnrg.... Toledo A.M. .01 ,.. 1.IO .7.60 .ft.flo Bit ..ft 42 ... PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. T iledo.... East Toledo. ... Hatet Hid Trick rtrryibnrg- r. h. 0 IA . 10 ss A.tO A. M 0.20 Perrvshnrs? Bstes Side Trick 0.12 East Toledo 44 Toledo .M 8KXKCA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phœnix ...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 7 April 1871

CURRENT ITEMS. A Holloa Mockkrt. An echo. M WaItutA Maid "-The old ones. How BO Yoo Swallow a Door. Bolt it. A Good IirowTn(rKT.A policy In the Mutual Life, of Chicago. ' 4 SqciRB McMiokxe. of Crawford Coun ty, Iii&J hw been a Justice of the iieace for forty-one year. A letter m lately dropped Into tho P Offlco at NlRgara Falls directed to " Schlohagoogh, IllFnoyae." ' . ... The dividends of the Washington Life are made and paid in cash or Insurance, annually, from date of policy. , Mb. DjB hM recovered of the Erie Railway $35,000 for Injuries received at the Carr Rock disaster the largest ver dict ever rendered against a railroad. .. Prwati. Lasdladt of Boardino I Iousev Coming home to dinner, Mr. Brown t" Hearty Boarder " Well, per haps, if I don't feel hungry." A SAtr Fraitcisco Judge has dismissed complaint against a man accused of steal ing a goose, solely because the word was spelled "goos." "Mr..Bhown, I owe you a grudge; re member that." Brown "I shall not be frightened,...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 14 April 1871

Selected Miscellany. DOLLY SULLIVAN. BY MARIAN DOUGLAS. a wsdfllDi ring"! pretty to wear, And t brldo o( (ill women Is fair, put then, There's no trnstlnpr In men. And, if I were a girl, I'd of lovers bewaro. Tbey may court yon to-tlay, . .-, Sweet s birds In the May, But to-morrow, look out I they'll be all nown awayl" Old Dolly Hulllvan shook her gray head Lovers were now the last thlug she need dread, gut yon never can tell Who has once been a belle; ' ".Sweethearts t I've had 'em; 1 know 'cm I" she said. VJnst as long as your company's new, There Is no one that's ciiual to you; You theu , . . Can have cholc or the men; ' 'TIs the black eyes to day, and to-morrow the blue. I had once a brocade For my marriage-gown mado; On the shelf of the store-room my wedding-cake laid: , '1. Netrth4 oiflt' on the table wss set. Here I an, Dorothy Bulllvan yctl letltKol lotltgol I am clad It was so; Hardly earned lessons you're slow to forget, onld I keep all to-tlny thnt I know, With the faes ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 14 April 1871

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, .... AritIL 14, 1871.' Tha Hnprtm Court l,aa confirmed the eonati tutiunaltty of tha confiscation lot of 1862, During tha present month tba U.3. williell tiffht'inUlien In gold, aud f buy t million In lionilsv The Ku Kim inveatigattng eommittca hat leen iuformed of three hundred murdera, grow ing out of politica, In South Carolina. Commissioner Plkasanton haa decided that persona who gross income for 1670 did not ex ceed $2,000 need not make anj Income returns- Ru Kim has done tho work for Connecticut. The lojal people of the North are determined -that life and liberty aliull be onoe more aacrcd at the South. . . The Presided'' ..esatre and Report of the Ran Domingo Commission, as transmitted to Con gress, will b found in full on tha fourth page of this paper. As tbia question Is so prominently before the people at present, It will be likely to receive a carcini reading. At 10 o'clock Inst Friday Anmikw Frknt l.i ngrr, the wife murderer, receired the f...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 14 April 1871

fBtHl FRltSAT XomtlKa BT JAMES flBIOWS. Truing f Ont eopfi yf in advance av. $ to On eopr. ,lK mnlhs w 00 0o, ,py, three month : 60 TIMETABLE-D. & M. Railroad. 0lKOOtB. 801X0 MOKTB. r.M. A.M. T,Jo-"U 45m 1.20 Cnitar ..3 8.1 S.5H prrnb'rg 1.10 9.S0 Milton 2 39 4.03 HlVm'rt 1.23 10.10 ) Weston 2.4(1 4.14 H,lss 1.3(1 10 14 j Tontogany. S.03 4.34 Too'"0? 1-40 10.25 I Haskins -3.13 4.4S jCrtlnn-.. 1.5(1 10.44 I HullPralrieS.15 4.47 Jfilion 2.0(1 10.61 I PerrvsburgS 34 .10 CuiUr.... S.io 10.19 I Toledo 4.00 1.40 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. T.X. ...J. 20 A.M. T.ledn S.20 1 Cnstar - ..6.61 Perrysburg 4.04 Milton Hull Prairie 4.37 Weston Masking "4.44 Tnntngsny 'uUgantr S.O naskins "."ton 5.30 Hall Prsirie. filton a. on Perrysburg- ustar .0 Toledo ..6.61) l.IO ..7.60 ...08 . .8.1 2 ..8.42 '9.25 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. . , T.ileJn 20 I PerrTsbnrg 20 Fast Toledo (1 29 Batei Side Track o.H2 ! Side Track 38 East Toledo 44 Perrysburg A. 50 I Toledo 11.50 SENECA J. POWELL. Agont. SOCIETIES. Phoenix ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 14 April 1871

SAN DOMINGO. SAN DOMINGO. The Report of the Commissioners Submitted to Congress-Message of the President Accompanying the Document. WASHINGTON, April 5. Tho following Is Uia President's message tram, mlttlng the report Of tho Pan Domingo Coinmlss sloners to tho Benato and Honse of UoprOSOnta- MESSAGE. To the Si'nfile Mid ftntee nf Kepreeentatlvre ; I hnvo tho honor to snnriiit herewith to the two houses of Congress the report ot the Commis sioners appointed in pursuance of the joint reso lution approved Jan. 1-J, ln71. It will be observed tli lit thl. report more than sustains all that 1 have horotoforo said In regard to the prndnctlvenosa nud bealthftilness of tho Republic of 8an Domin go, the unanimity of the people for annexation to the United Stales, and their peaceable character. It la due to the nubile, aa It certatnlv la to mv- Keif, that I should horo give all the circumstances which llrfl led to tho negotiations of the treaty for tho annexation of the Ilenublto of Ran Do mi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 April 1871

Selected Miscellany. THE LOVED AND LOST. fci-T'llmLr1"8 ?!?em' from ,h p'" 0 w Si h... . y w'n c"m ! "tone In ths nlKht" to many t .trlcken beart: " ','SS?.27!?.,,f 'r4'" ?h d0 w c" icrtt n?! " mtw) tliem from our outward rod. God , uneen angel o'er our pathway cro.L k idi'.n ?n l0Yln M" moat, load"' r8"ved thvm from life's weary -tS' f I"!'1 ,0'i ,he' wlt,,ln door Vvt.i - , ,,!t.','M na ev"7 hurtful thing in .1 t ?,0'? b,lEh. loved ones gone before, In their liedcomi-r'. prenence evermore, ' " Klnf Uln"," Uielr Lora tue,r ,llu'e n0 Ami Inlaw cii Q 0 Mln,h ,orrow t . ,,laf neart.l o we of little faith I J-ot u. look round, tome argument to borrow, w ,n ptlence should await the morrow That aurel jr mast tucceed tbla night of Heath. Aye, look upon thin dreary deaert path, The thorn and thlMlen where.n'er we turn: what trlnla and what ream, what wrouita and wrath. n hatitriiBKlcaanfl what utrtfn the Journey hatlil Itaoy have escaped from these; and lol we mourn. Ask the poor Bailor, wh...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 April 1871

f wgstag f ouvunl JjAa TIM.BIONS, ST 'FRIDAY, .... A1T.IL 21, 1871; Close of Volume XVIII. With tills Issue Hit JocnMil, closes Its 18th Viluma, and Under must furor able circumstsn- ees. Y carbirt reel grAteiil lo our pntrons -for their i pronation mid nppn.val of our labors, which will'K'iTnii renewed confidence and hope In attacking the .bors m the future. . Ourbonks show quite ft number lo bs In ar resrs for the pnal year, the greater number of whom ire abundnnlly sble to par. We desire a prompt settlement of ail Indebti-dneKS to this office, which will ennbje us to make still further ImproTcmcnts on the paper and lo our Job depart ment. l'lea se settle up and Cf mmeticc the new Tut uaie w ith a cloar conscience. The nnme of E. V. .MoMakeh, of Toledo, wa" cut to the Senate an the foro part of tho week and he waa confirmed, on Wednesday afternoon' as Postmaster In thattily. Alrx andru Rain Esq., who rotires from tho offioe, has discharged the duties, te the entire satisfaction uf...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 April 1871

Perrysburg Journal PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING BY JAMES TIMMONS. TERMS: On "PTi " .Tear, la sdvane.... ft SO On oPT months f to Oil P7 three month 50 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. 018 SOUTH, OOIKO SOUTH. A.K, P.M. P.M. A T,1l8-.1 .45m .20 1Cnlr ... J83 8 Psrrvtb'rs; 110 0. AO Milton 2 30 4 nIIHrmlr 1.28 10.10 I Weston. .-2. 40 4 10.14 I Tontogany. 8.03 4 10.25 1 lUnkini -9 13 4 10.44 H ullPrairie 3.15 4 10.fi i PcrrrgburgS 84 6 10.60 Toledo 4.00 t Hsskins .. 1.30 , TnntngaoT 1.40 Wik 1.08 cu'tar...- s.io LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P.M. A Tttedn Perrysbtire Hull Prairie. Haskint . ... . Tontogany Wnton-.'.. Milton Cuittr 8.20 I Cnstar .4.04 Milton . 4.37 1 Weston 1. 4.44 I Tontogany 1 S.Ol I Raskins 8 8.30 Hall Prairie 8 8.00 I Perrysburg 8 8.08 Toledo 9 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. P. M. A. T.iUdo 8 20 I Perrrshnre' East Toledo A. 28 Bate Side Track -8 F.st Toledo 8 llitii Si Jo Truck-. 8 38 Perrysburg 8.80 Toledo 8 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge No. 123, F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 April 1871

The Issues of the Day. WASHINGTON, April 8. Bisatob MoRTon.of Indiana, was sere BAded to-nlpht at the National Hotel by citizens of bis State now residing in Wash ington. l'resident 6 rant, and Vice President Colfai, together with the Republican meirtber of Congress from Indiana, occu pied scats on tho balcony, and a largo crowd assembled in front of tho hotel. After fnuaic by tho Marine Band, General Hhanks, in a few laudatory remarks of Hcnator Morton, Introduced that gentle man, who was received with long and con tinued cheerings. SENATOR MORTON'S SPEECH. Senator Morton expressed his thanks for the serenade, whether it was Intended s a personal or political compliment. There is rapidly approaching, he said, a great contest, not inferior in importance to any through which we have heretofore passed. The Democratic party will make a desperate struggle for power. If it shall succeed, it will do only by carrying the Southern States, and it cannot do this ex cept by a reign of terror, ...

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