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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 28 April 1871

Selected Miscellany. Selected Miscellany. KA-FOOZLE-UM. In indent rlsvs there liven: a Tnrk, A norrW beast wllhhi the Emit, W bo flirt Uie rrophet's holj work, aa Baha of Jerusalem. He hurt daughter, mttt and smirk, ('nmplejUin fair, (nit dark bine hair; , With naught about her like a Tnrk, Except the name, Ka-foosle-um. JJ5J K-foole-nml Kafooale-nml Ka fnoile-uml -ivbio-uui i uie aaugnter oi Uie Baba I A yonth resided near to he; Ida name was Ham, a perfect lamb) He wet of ancient pedigree, And came from old Mcthtiaalem. He drove a trade, and prospered well, In aklna of cat, and ancient bate; And ringing at the Bnba'a bell. He aaw and loved Ka-foozle-am. If 8am had been a Mnssnlman, He mlirht have aold the Bfcha old, And with a verse of Alcoran Have managed to bamboozle him. But, oh dear, no I he tried to scheme, lJ8d onB n'fJnt the area gate. And atole up to the Turk's barem. To cartj off Ka fooale-nm. " " Thi Baba waa ahont to amoke ; '.t Is slaves rushed In with horrid din, Mars...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 28 April 1871

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. Al'RIL 28, 1871. Leglststion sppesrs to be In a healthy condition in Illinois. Tht Qulncy fcroMsijs i Ii th tiro and a half ntnnlhi during which tht present litfgislatnr hat beta in session, that bod has pssasd jiist fi ur bill. Of this number O.ivornor FaxjMHi bit vetoed tw o j'mt ant-half." Could not aoma other L5(ishtttiroa profitably imitate th of Illinois T By the way, when Oblo come to bare another Constitutional Con ientton, as abe probably will next year, will not nr people trr to conquer their old prejudices against (ha veto power T Let ua think about it. Special Session of U. S. Senate. After a acmenhat desultory session. extending nt rr six weeks, both Houses of Congrota ad ,'o imed on Wednesday last. In the case of the Meuate, the President has Issue! hi oall for a rp oial tesaion on the T0.1i of M ly next. Tlie ob jects for consideration and Senatorial action are those proceedfeff front the deliberations of the IfiKh Commission, on the scttliment ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 28 April 1871

. PUBLISHED BTRRT FRIDAY MORNINQ BT ' JAMES TI.nRIONS. TF II 111 Ons eopy, ona year, In advance $1 0 vnt eopy, sis month 1 to On opy, threa moot hi 60 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. onto soots. SOINO MORTB, a.m. r.m. Toledo.. ..13 45pm f .20 Prryb'rg 1.10 O.SO r.M. A. If Custer Milton 2 33 2 44 S.0S 8.6R 4.02 4.14 4.84 4.46 IlullPralr 1.23 Hasklns 1.S0 Tnntngoy 1.40 Weston. 1.6. Miltoo 1. 00 CuiUr.... S.lfl 10.10 I Weston-. 10 14 ) Tontogany 10.25 I iv. 29 I nsskins .8.13 10.44 IIullPrairie3.lt 10.6 PurrraburgS 84 10.69 Toledo 4.00 4.47 6.10 5.40 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P.M. 3.20 I Cnstsr A.M. 0.61 ..5 T.ledo.... Perrvbnrr 4.04 Milton Hull Prairie Hsskins ... ogany . ton . Milton Custar 4.37 -4.44 It.Ot 5. SO ..S.00 . -8.0S Westnn Tontogany Raskins Hull Prairie... Perrysburg Toledo T.IO 7.60 .8.08 .8.12 8.42 0.25 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. A. M 0.20 If. Toledo A 20 Kst Toledo 6.25 "Uiea Side Track.. 38 errriburar A. 60 PerrTsbnrg Hates Side Track 0.32 Esst Toledo 44 Tolpdo 6.60 SENECA ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 28 April 1871

BANTY TIM. BY JOHN HAY. Rrmnrk nf Btrwrinl TUmnn ,fov to the White Man'i VommUUt of Spunky Ilnt, Iltlnolt. I reckon I git yonr drift, gents-- You 'low the boy ehs'n't stay) Thin I a white mnn'l country) You're Pimoorsts, you say j And whereas, end seeln', end whoroforo, The times belli' till out o'J'lnt, The niggar tan (rot to mosey From the limits o' Spunky P'lntl Lc's reason the thing a minute! I'm an old-fashioned Plmocrattoo, Though I laid my politic out o' the way For to keep till the war was through. But I come back here allowlu' To Tote aa I used to do, Though It travels me like tho devil to train Along o' alch foola aa you. Mow dog my cata ef I kin fee. In all the light of the day, What you've got to do with tho question Ef Tim shill go orstay. And furrier than that I give notice, Ef one of you tetchee the boy, lie kin check hit trunks to a warmer cltao Than he'll find In Illanoy, Why, blame your heart, Jest hear me I Yon know that nntrodlv day When our left (truck Vicksbnrg...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 May 1871

Selected Miscellany. WIFE. BY EMMA BASSET. A troTwewir stood with her hsnd on her broom, 1 , 1. . ""innu ina nine room. .'. oth,b-! but loll, forever," (he said: 'Fnim early morn till the llRht has fled I j JJ u were only a merchant, now, rt"a need not live by the awest of onr brow," PePRlnR awav, spnao shoemaker John " Wenever tea well what we're standing on." A lady stood bj tier husband's hlr , And qnletly passed her hand o'er hl blr. " Ton never have time for me, now," aha said. And a Hear drop foil on the low bent bead. "If we were only rich, my dear, with nothing to do from year to year, , But to amnre each other oh dear ma I IV bat a happy woman 1 should be." Lfloklnp np from hie ledirer, spoke merchant John: Wa ne ar see wall what we're ataudlng on," a Biaieiy lorrn. in re rat ahi i A diamond gleaming on her breast. frothing but toll for fashion," aha said t ' Till I sometimes with that I were dead. If I might cast thla wealth aMde, And be once more the poor man's bride " 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. — 5 May 1871

r i F R1DAY, .-. MAY5iji71. foe Republican Central Committee bare l-liftd'trfelr-Celt for tli AdUWal State Conven lion, la b held la A)lifTKt)0 en the Kit of J o-tt. It Will appear In enfeolutdB Bftt week. The A Iron Heacon says several of ibe salon k-epcra and llijnor dealers there bare tut tip their ahutkra and (ton out of business, by rea' I d if lb rest.1t of a resent liquor trial. Tht li'imiinj Oronfcfe, of Cincinnati, bit K-cn consolidated, thrfflni'om'ce Company I t'ing tlifeliasd Iba tlinH at a coat, Including paid n,i aunaeitptiftr), of abont $170,000. Tbe tarn papers will Hereafter be published as one, under t'K' bead of "Vstrs and ClreniWe. At the fctenl election the ciliiont of Putnam e mnty TP ted en the question of tale or no tale of the stock held br tb county In tht Dayton A Michigan lUUrrad. Tie tfflclnl rote gives .1T far and 629 agsinst, a majority of 129 in op position to Iba lal i of the stock OAmMt announce tbat he will never again set Ms fool la France. He got...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 May 1871

Perrysburg Journal ruiMiuRD tvr miDAT v orkiko it On enr. on tir. tn adeenef'f. fl 50 On Copy, tig Ana'ths' On eopy, three month , ..J. it.. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OIKlOCT. aoiN 0f I. a.a. .t. - . totdo-...1i f tr 1 .29 I Cnalir J 3 Perrvab'rg 1.10 .0 Milton 3 lloHPr.ir. lis) lit. Id I Weit0"--1.4A A.M S.68 4.02 4.14 4.4 f .io 1.40 lliakin l.l 19 1 , Tontngny. B.o 1.4(1 10.JJ I Hasklri S 13 t .Bit If. 44 I HiillPralrl3.1a I.OII 10. IS I Pufttsbhrg S .14 J.le 10.69 fdledn 4,00 Tonlngan Weston Milton Ciistar... LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P.K. A. If T.ledn PerrysSnrf Hill Prllri lUskinl .i. .41 J.20 I Cnalar ." ..l 4.04 I Mlllnfl . 4.37 I Wlotl .4.44 I T ontogeny A 04 I Raskins ..rj.5 7.10 ..7.60 Tonlnfany ."' ..8.08 W-Mton.. Milton 1.30 Hull Prairi. 8.12 O.OO I Perrvsburg.. o.O fTnledo ..8.42 ..2i t'ustar PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. . A. , I. d,. ......... Kit Toledo- Ili-e Sid Track S 20 Perrysbnrg .J0 Batee Side Trck .2 Eaat Toledo .8.44 ..5.M . 34 0.00 Toledo 8.40 SENECA J. POW...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 May 1871

CURRENT ITEMS. Bam,? Butm Carpets. QrjnT I, the wheel of time erer tired f A maw whowi we can pat up with A good hotel keeper. DrvoRCF In Rhode Hand ore to mar riages at one to fourteen. No notes are deducted from the policies at maturity la the Washington. It is hard to respect eld ajre when one gctf told on a venerable pair of chickens. Tub imall-pox, which still ravage Lon don, destroyed 25,001 lives from 110 to 1870 la England. Thr dividonds of the Mutual Llfo, of Chicago, are paid annually, In cash or In surance. Tnu wKeof Governor Cltflin, of Masna chnattts, hxs a sewing class of 150 girls In a charily rchool in Boston. 8( BoitAniB Co , N. Y., hd a wedding the oiher day, at which u'.l the males pres ent were over six feet In height. A crmm of Montreal Is under arrest for refusing to tell a census enumerator the ages of his two unmarried daughters. At a recent wedding reception a yonng July accidentally set her back hair on fire. When it was extinguished, the said she was glad ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 May 1871

Selected Miscellany. CASABIANCA. DONE IN PIGEON ENGLISH. TJyh,yh Stop topsld that Bight, All man have chop chop makes whllot that Are he shine so bllttht, i0 muchee man halt makes splio. He nnmher one handsnmealln mi Jom, v-"- " ne can fitiKe J".' I,,"rM typhoon welly ctoss, 1 hat typhoon quick he makee walkee. 'hf nat. hoy he wan.ihee gn, ' it i flre he h'nn n lll, n'" Oe fader no ha ve tal kr so, He makee die downside- how can. He Bin ont !ar-e ft), fader, M; . -,Th, P'difln flnish-wanchee whilol" Ho salm he hah makee die. And no can near de plecee chllo. FTI, faderl" nne teem more he cly, My wanoee go what for no can r' linu Ki'ViJn.t now he bobbely MKh, '.i lire he come, he no hear man. Be fticee now. he catch that hot. He taiicu too commenree blunt He look all aid- ,o man hah irot. He no got fer but wanchee fnn. And one more t em he cly o stlong, ''What fashion I my no llkee he I" That Are he rate lee all alonjf, lit) blun that I ink I He blunee he. AH aide that Junk hab got 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. — 12 May 1871

Perrysburg Journal. JA1IE3TIMM0IIS, EditorT" FRIDAY, --MAY 12," 1877. Republican State Convention. To At Republican Votert of Ohio t Your annual Slats Convention will b held Ik'. Columbus, on Wednesday, the Jlst dsy of June, 1371, fur tllo nomination of candidates fur tlio following offices, til I 0'iTcrn r, Lieutenant Governor, Judge of the Fttprem Court, Tfeomircr of State, Auditor of Stale, Attorney Oeneral, State Commissioner of rkhol.i, Clotk of Supreme Court, Member of JlnarJ of Publio Works. The nnderalgnod committee recommend that I'io meetings In Hie several counties fr the -I .-clU'D. of delegates, be held on Saturday, June 10th, 1871 . The basis of representation In the conrenlion will bl ono doVjtato for every five hundred vo'tes c ist for CIener.il Sherwood for Socrctary of State in 1370, and on-i a IJilional dulegate for fr iction of two hundred end t:if rotes and up w ird.i, In eaoh county. The following table shows the number of del--i!ee lo which each couaty will be...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 May 1871

gjwjisrtjttrj gfoutmil ruBLMiiRD rrrnf Friday morning by JAMES TIM MOWS. TriiitiNi On enpy, one yesr, In tdvance. . II 80 On enpy, sit months 1 00 On a eopy, three montln 0 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOIXO SOUTH . OOI NO NORTH. A.M. P.M. Toledo-... 12 30PM 9.20 Porrvsb'rglJ 57 40 P.M. t.M Custar 2 .13 8.M! Mi linn 2 36 4.02 HiillPralre 1.1 llaskins 1.17 Tontngany 1.23 10.04 I Westnn--"2 4 4.14 10THI i Tnntogany. H.03 4.34 10.10 I lliinkinn -S.l.'l 4.4.1 Weston Milton Custar... 1.44 10 30 IIullPralrieS.15 4.47 1 ftj 10 41 Porrvsburg3 34 5.10 1.5S 10.4.1 Toledo 4.00 J .40 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P.M. A.M. 0.61 .9.60 Tsleln 3.20 Perrysbnrir 4.04 Mill Prairie 4.37 ll.iakins "4.44 T.mtngaay ....... A. Ot W.Mtn ... 5 30 Milton 0.00 Cjstar 8.05 Custar Milton Weston Tontngany llaakins Hull Prairie Perrvsburg Toledo 7.10 7.50 H.08 .8.1 ? 8.42 8.25 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. P. M. A. M Toledo 20 I Pcrryshurg "20 Kist Toledo fl 20 Hates Side Track 0.32 Hi es Si.lo Track--0 33 I East Toledo ft...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 May 1871

CURRENT ITEMS. V Settled TniNO A cup of good loe. an ft man eat Ids: date" be said to con- He time f Song of tttb Billiard IIall "Oh. om me back I" V cochin of the poot N. P. Willis I a loerrmn lu JNCW l urk cltr. lie is 78 fra old. Fith hundred apnllcatlnns a week g nt the Bvcmge filed In the Patent Olllce Washington. jTnn, policies of tlio Mutual Lifts Innur- ;e Uompany, or Chicago, are not loaded in nnjuBt restrictions. h. man In tho Bangor Jail refused to seo I wife brcaiiBo he diiln t want his "hnn- Biess broken la upon.'' rna average weight of the human heart jst ounces. Its work in a day is equal raising 14 ioiib one 1001 iiign. jMn. D. Applkton, the New York pub Jher, has given f 20,000 to the town of pieton, Mo., to be used in building a tool house. Q- the 4.000.030 deaths recorded in rgland and Wales from lS.M (JO, nearly F iu.imii were tlioso or children under 5 irs of age. California is Introducing one, two, foe and five-cent pieces for the first tlmo l her history. Hith...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 May 1871

Selected Miscellany. KING LABORER. Wiat tho' I era a labour, m form be broad and That I, wit otl ni fiardahlp, have many a atmdj Dmt What tho' my irarb la homely, my fact begrimed with aweat, I'm tonal with the lordllng here, aye, brother to )klm yet. or my Miner, Liora ana neater n a laoorer atrong and bold. Hie Intnllect la annllght, T1U heart le virgin gold; And with majeaue eweetneae and words or heaTen ly cheer, Be poara lt ahlnlng trerearee out for all Hla chll. imn iare. - f The poorest, hnmbleet workman wholletent to hla rolce, 'Mid the glaring fleldaof heaven will one day yet Tho' Imre hla lot be lowly, hla home'e beyond the ekr. His Futlirr te Uie "King of Klnga" and "Lord of irtiroa ' on nin. God marie all In hla image with rare and cartons kiil. Be breathed Into (heir noetrlla, and gave them life and will; And thu-7-eo rtranire H eeeme, Indeed, It well tmlle might bring The workman, In bit fustian anlt, la brothor to the king. - H Then stand np, etnlwart workman, with yo...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 May 1871

ictxpfantt gfottrnal, JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. 'IllDAY, - - '. MAY 19, 18711 Republican State Convention. h 1'ie tleputliem Volert of Ohio I Your annual Stale Cnnrenllon rill be li eld t Colutnbus, on Wednesday, 11:0 2 1st day of una, IS71, for tha nomination of candidates r the fallowing oftlces, rii t florurnor, Lieutenant Governor, Judge of the tupifme Coui-rvTraasttror of Ptnto, Auditor of ttnte, Attorney (Iener.it, SUto Commissioner of 'chfols, Clerk nf Supreme Court, Member ol Jimrd of Public Works, Tho niidcrslgned committee recommend that he meetings In the several couiillus for the se-i.-ctlnn of dulefratos, beheld on Saturday, June rtfl, 1871. The basil of representation in the convention iv ill bs one dolcpate fur every Are hundred rotes ist fur Uooer.it Sherwood for Secretary of State hi H70, aud one alditional deh'fiate for every fr.iction of two hundred and fifty rotes aud up winds, in each coun'y. The following table shows the number of del- i ;r;es to which each county...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 May 1871

rUBLISHRD KTRRt f RfDAT M3BNIN0 I jAi.irsTiitisioKs. ' TFsllTISI On eopf, on year, In advance II 60 One Copy, lit months 100 One copy, three months &0 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOINO SOUTH . OOINO NOBTH. A.M. P. II P.M. Custaf S 33 Milton 2 SB Wentnn.---2.46 Tontngany- 3.03 Ilsskins 3 13 HullPralrleS .16 A.M. 3. on 4.6,2 4.14 4.34 4 45 4.47 6.10 6.40 Toledo- .mom 9 .20 Perrysb'g U 57 9 40 Hulll'ra'e 1.1a tlnaklna- 1.17 Tontngany 12fl 10.04 io no 10.10 10 30 10 40 10 45 Weston- 1 40 Milton Cuatar- 1.55 1 68 PorrysburgS 34 Toledo- 4.00 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P.M. A.M. ...61 ..9.50 7.10 7.50 .B.nR ..8.12 ..8.42 '.0.25 Toledo Perrysbnrr Hull Prairie Dunking Tnnlogany Weston .3.20 4.01 4.37 -4.41 S.04 5.30 ..fl.no Cnslar Milton Weston Tontogany ITaskins Hull Prnlrio. PcrrVMburg.. Toledo Milton Custar 6.06 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. P. M. Perrysburg 0.20 Bates Side Track 0.32 East Toledo 8 44 Toledo 6.50 Toledo 6 20 Est Toledo 0.20 II i n Sido Truck -8 38 Perrysburg; 8.50 pENEOA 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. — 19 May 1871

CURRENT ITEMS. A Votmii or Lovb Your bank book. IIOW TO E LEV ATS THB HuMAH RACK Send thorn up in a balloon. It has been nald that pantaloon ob tained on credit are "breeches of trust." TriBKH la a Uian in New York now who own a 71,i 00 acre dairy farm in California. Statistics prove that a handsome widow has three chances for marriage to a maiden's one. Tub gaslights of Denver, Colorado, are reported to be visible at a village fifty miles distant In reaping wheat never take it by the benrd. It Is found to go against the grain. Inhcrb your life in the Mutual Life, of Chicago, to the amount your farm it) mort gaged for. - Every town and village within a radius of thirty miles of Philadelphia now bus one or more local papers. Trm President of tho oldest Life Insur ance Company in New York is insured in the Washington Life. "Aitoni8hin(I euro for consumption," as tho old lady said when she sprinklod snuff on her boarder's hash. The foreman of a New Orleans Jury in dorsed a verdict for ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 May 1871

Selected Miscellany. WE REAP WHAT WE SOW. Foil pleaanre or pln, fur wsal er for wot Tla 0e liw of onr brlnff we resp wht we sow. We msv trr to evade them may do what w will Bnt onr acta, Ilk onr shadows, will follow ni till. The World lit a wonflerfnl chemist, rte snre, And dsteets, In a moment, the bae or the part; We may bnsst of onr claim to Renins or birth, Bnt the World takes a man Jut for what he-! worth. We (tart In the rare for fortune or fume, And then, when we fall, the World bean the blame; Bnt nine times In ten, tin plain to be aeen, There's a " screw somewhere loose " In the human machine. Are yon wearied and worn In tbls hard earthly etrlfef Po yon yearn for affection to sweeten yonr Ilfef Remember Oils great trnth baa often been proved t We most make ourselves lovable, would we be loved. Though life may appear se a depolale track. Yet the bread that we cast ou the waters comes back. This law was enacted by Heaven above, That like attracts like, and love begets love. W...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 May 1871

JAMES TI MM ON 3, "Editor," FRIDAY, -"-"MAV. "26, "1871, Republican State Convention. Tn lt lirimUitmt Voleri nf Ohio I Yonr nonnal 8tnt Cnnrention will be hotel at Columbus, nn Wednesday, the 21sl day of Jiinn, IH71 fr Ui9 nnin sllod of candidate! for tb f.illWIng offices, Tit t Governor, Lieutenant Uorernnr, Jndg of UiO Kiiprm 0urt, Treasurer of State, Aaditnr of Hi Hie, Attorney Oenersl, Stats Commissioner of Schools, Cleik of Supreme Court, lleuibtr of Hoard, of Public Works. The nndorsigned committee recommend that the meeting la Die sorer' counties for the sc Uct'msrnf delegates, beheld on Saturday, June 10th, 1871. , , The basis f representation In the contention will be one delegate forery Rv hundred rote cist for Oencrtl Sherwood for Secretary of State In 1370, ,ud on additional delegat for ercry fraction of two hundred sad fifty rote and up wards, in each county. 'Sh billowwf tobrt show the number nf deli tgatcs lo which each count will be entitled, it fVTe select the coun...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 May 1871

rUBI.IdllKD T.YtlRl FRIDAY MORN I NO BY JAMES TIM PIONS. On, eopy, one yen'. In advance. $t 150 One eopy, ,1 month, .... 100 On e.ipy, three months .. W TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOINO NOKTH. a.m. r.m. Toledo. ..1J30r 9.20 rcrrvab'g 12.67 9. IliillPra'a 1.15 10.04 Haskln,.- 1.17 10 Oft Tnntogan 1.29 1.M Westofl.. 1.41 10 30 Milton 16 10 40 Culr... 1.59 10.43 r.v. .. Cnstaf ... J 31 M Milton 3 4.02 Wetfin-..-2.4( 4.14 Tontngsny 3.M 4.34 Hsskln .8 13 4 45 nul IPrairie S Ii 4.47 PerrraburgS 84 11.10 Toledo 4.00 S.40 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P.M. Toledo 3.20 Cnstar Pdrrysbirrf 4.04 Milton (lull' Prairie 4.37 Weston Haskins 4.44 Tnntogany Tontngsny 8.04 Haskins We, ton 5.30 Hull Prslrie. Milton '..3.00 Perrvsbnrg" Custar .0 Toledo ..e.M ..6.60 T.IO i.7.50 ..8.08 . 8.12 ..8.42 ..9.25 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. . r. m. Toledo (1 20 Kt Toledo A. 20 Hi es Side Track 3ft Porryaburg fl.SI) A. M Perrysburg 8.20 Bates Sido Treek-A.32 East Toledo 8.44 Toledo ft. 50 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIE...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 May 1871

The Old Major Explains. (Tha following-poem, written for th oeraslon, oy Bret Hart, waa read at the recent banquet of th Army of tha Potomac, in Boston:) Wall, yon , th fset I, Colon), I flont' know a I can come. For tha farm ( not balf planted, and there's work to do at aome ; And my leg l netting troublesome: It laid me np last tall, And the doctors Iney lisv cat and hacked, and raver fonno the hall. And then, for an old man Ilk me, H'a not exactly rlRht, Thla kind o' playing eoldler with no enemy In sight. The Union that waa well nonfh way np to 'M: Bat thin re-aulon maybe, now, lta mixed with politic. Not well, yon understand It beet; bntthen, yon ee, my lad, I'm deacon now, and aom might think that the vamnle's bad; And mk from next It conference. Ton Said the ISthof May, Why that's the day we broke their line atSpottayl vanla. Hef work, eh. Colonel, Wasn't It? Te mind that narrow frontt They called the name Death's Angel, Well, well, my lad, we won't Fight that old battle over...

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