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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 June 1871

Selected Miscellany. THE ROBIN. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. H Welh neighbor over the way Crept slowly out In tho enn of spring, Puhd from hurnmh lorkn of grsy, And listened to bear the rohln slug. trn',"on Plfnf el merhlcs, toppd, .Ao4.crn' ln sport, boys will be. Tcs-sd i stone it the hlrd, who hopped From bough to bough la the apple tree. ""J "Id tbe grandmother; "bar yoa not My poor bad boy I of the flery pit. Aon how, drop by drop. this merrlfnl bird "Hi brings e'ool dew In bin little bill, And lets It fall on tht souls of stni Ton cn th murk on hi. red hresst lUll AM tfltm that mni,rt mm k. Am.- 1. 1 --'' P" h ww vii'pw J III " Mr poor Bron thnfltlyn I my breast-hnnied bird. Wne-tng so sweetly from limb to limb, Is he who pities the lost Ilka Uiiol" "Ament" I mid to the beantlfhl myth; " 8lng, bird of God, In my heart well ; Kech (rood thought is a drop wh-rewlth v coot ana lemen the Orot of hell. " Prayers of love like raindrops fall, Team of pity are cooling dew. And dear to the hei...

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

JAMES TntMOtffcditor" FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1871. Republican State Convention. To its RepMicn Vottn ef Ohio I Yoursnnaat 8 Into Convention v ill ba held at Columbus, on Wodnesdsy, the list dsy of Muds, 1871, for tbnomlnatioii of candidate! for tkt following offices, Til I Ooremnr, Lieutenant Governor, Jmtg of the Supra Court, Tressurer of State, Auditor of .-fNte, Attorney General, State Commissioner of Bohimli, Clerk of ftiprem Court, Member of Board of Public Work. Tbcnnderslgned commutes recommend that 1H meetinri In the several comities for' the se lection of delegate!, beheld on Saturday, June JOth, 1871. .Tbe baaii of representation in the convention will be one .delegate for every Ore hundred votes east for" Ueoer.il Sherwood fur Secretary of State J 1870, aud on additions! dulegats for every fraction of two bnndred and fifty rotea and up wards, in each count jr. ''The following table, ahowi the number of dcl- egales to whioh each count will tie stilled, Tift fYfe ielectUi counties...

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

Perrysburg Journal. roautHio tvtaY rmoiT fconmna Bi jAiwtsTininfons. K)ea np, nnt yetr, la advance ' $1 80 'Ose eoy,Hit month 1 00 'Oae eopy,'Mrreeoonthi 60 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. a.m. r:k. r.a. A.at. OMst.r 53 .6H Milton. 5 4 02 Weton...-24 4.14 Tontngany. 8.03 4.34 llasktna .. 8 IS 4 48 HullPrslrieS 18 4.47 Perrvsburg M 8.10 Toledo.... 4.00 .40 "o1ed...U Jrn I .'20 'Perrvab'e 12.87 40 rvwlll'ra'e 1.18 10.04 Maaklnf. 1.17 10 04 Tontnganv 1.28 10.10 WeStow.. 1.44 10.80 Wilt-m -.. 1.U 10 40 CoiUr'M. 1.48 1 (1:43 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. T.aT. ".H. Taledo.. '. S.TO 'Perrvsbnrr ...... ..fj- 'Hull Prairi . .i7 Haakins ... -4.44 'Tnntogany ...... A. Ot Weston 8:60 "Wiltoti . ..0.DO 'Cmlir 0.08 Custer . ...-. Milton Weston ...... "7.10 Tnhtngatty .7.80 irrskins . "8.08 flail Prstrte...tt.l2 PefrVstJUtg Toledo 8.28 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. a A. a Teled., 50 .Rati Toledo 6.20 Batet Bide Track 88 Terrraburr 11.60 Pefryshnrg ".20 lintel Side Track -n. 112 Em...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 June 1871

The Democratic Party. Tm Democratic party Is building; mg rttfloent otMilnt In tbe sir In the anticipa tion of Its return t power tn the elections of 1878. It Is a r mnrkable organlz it.inn Tbe Confederate uniform, tbe prize fli-thl ert' colors, tbe bnllot-stuifrrs' slouch, with here and there some roprt-fienmtive of a foreign banker displxyinK the budge of his employer, make up Its encutcheon. Gen tleman Georgo, or Cincinnati ; Mike Mo Coole, of 8t. Louis; Jubal Early, of Vlr-elnU- Admiral Somrnes, of Alabama! Brick Potneroy, Jim Ftt-k, Judge Barnard, Bolmont, Barlow, Ingalls, aud a majority of the Han Domingo ring are representa tive men of the party. Tbe Democrat lo party present nothing to commeiid themselves to public favor that they did not present in 1804, and again in 1808. Tbey have bad no chi vgo of men, and have proposed no change of policy. In 1804 they resolved that the war was a failure, and tbat it should b3 stopped. In 1808 they declared, in sub stance, tbat the war ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 June 1871

Selected Miscellany. RHYME WITHOUT REASON. the Mint principle M th min whn Wl T. iT ' 0 Friend, of tn. Hack to th, ,,, Th. JSSf! llir. In order to thM th.rt- , shall be lold, of course, ear. B-, ...v-h .easen 10 me eye, not to tne alb j hi TriVn.J r"" "i following lines may pos . i ,M deemed '.melodious: ' ant Arcadian - Unidlngthe plotith; ' , 4 Coirse ere yonr garments, Your aspect ie rough. ' Peasant Imprudent, I hear You've cough) Io ynn feel nre Toe're dad warmly enough t 0lhnloiiB peasant,' Yonr voice It li rough ; You're no disciple Of temperate dough. Borne to your cottage. You hear the winds sough; Even the hinllea Blng hoarse on the hough. Borne to yonr cottage, And bend o'er the trongb, Kncadln? In loaves Tbe dl-eetlble dough. Thonch the bread's heary, , Unwielrtlng and tough, ' ' Chawhacon's toeth Will get easily through. ' Mr. Pnnrh commends these itm,u tr. AGAINST THE HEATHEN "CHINEE." ..; .i , . : r JfEE.n ' i ' ' ' - op going for to say, TJnd I Fprechen It blaln But ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 June 1871

J'AMES T1MMDHS," "Edit on"-"' SttiaAlVrTfTT J UNE O, 1871. Republican State Convention. ST rte ItrpMicnn Vohrt of Ohio I Ynnmnnunl State Conveatfnn will tie hoM t Colnmlins, on Wednesday, the 2rst rlsy of Ion, 1HIV, f tho n.minatj-nn of candidates Inr ttio f lfl.nvrl-nj olllccs, vis t (Intriwr, Lientcnnnl Governor, Jnrig of the htprome Court, Treasurer of Sum, Auditor of fltata, Attorney (nf-rul, Ktnte Cmnmisaionernf Kclimjls, Cleik of Supreme Court, Member til Board of Public Works, Tho nndari-lgned comniillco recommend that (lie meetinrsln tlio several cnunliea for tho se lection of delegates, be held on Saturday, Juno HUn, Wl. Tho bssls of representation In thn convention will us nns delegate for every five hundred votes cssl for General Sherwood for Secretary of State in 1870, nnd on additional delegate for every Cnwtion of two hundred uul fifty votes aud up wards, In each county, The following table shoivi the number of del egates to which each county will be entitled, til! W s...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 June 1871

Perrysburg Journal PUBMBIIKD RVRRT FRIDAY MORNING BY JAMES TlMftONS. Tritms i One enpy, one .Tour, In advance $1 iO Ono eopy, six months 1 00 One copy, three months 60 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. SOUTH. GOING NORTH. A.M. r.M. T.M. A.M. Cnstsr ....2S-T S.5K Milton 2 .at) 4.02 Weston... -J 4.14 Tontogsny 3.03 4.34 Haakina .. -3.13 4.45 ll.illPrniri.-3. 15 4.47 PurrvsbnrgS 34 6.10 Toledo 4.00 6.40 Tntedn--.il Mr 0 .20 Perryab'g 12.67 9.41 HullFra'e 1.11 Masking 1.17 Tontogsny 1.28 Western-. 1.4 Milton 1.66 Custer. 1.63 10.01 10 00 10.10 10.80 10.40 10.43 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P.M. A.M. Toledo ...3.20 Cnstar ...... Perrysburg 4.04 Miltnn Hull I'niirie 4.37 Weston llaskins ... ...4.41 Tontogsny Tmitnganr ft.Ot llaskins Weston ....... ..5.30 Hull Prairie Miltnn (1.00 Perrysburg. Custar fl.00 Toledo ..(1.61 ...fl.58 ..T.IO . ..7.50 ...R.ns -.-8.12 - ..8.42 .9.25 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. P. u. A. M Porrvshnrg fl-20 Hates Side Track 0.32 Eist Toledo 6.44 Toledn 0.60 Toledo A 20 Hast Tole...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 June 1871

The Milligan Case. On the 8th of OctoW 1864, Lmbdln P. MilllgAti, a citizen ot Indiana, was ar resit d by order or Ooneral A. l llovcy, commamlinn the District of Indiana. On thelilht of thn same month ho was tried hi-fore a military comminalnn. tinon charges of t 1, concpiracy BRainst the Oov ernraont of the United Smtcst 2, afl'.irrl ing aid and comfort to rubels against tho anlhnrlty of the United States; 8. inciting insurrection; 4, disloyal practices, and ft, viola .ion of the laws of war. The sub stance of the charges was membership of the order of American Knights or Sons of Liberty. Tho charges were amplified in military style by numerous specifications. Upon these charges he was found guilty, and sentenced to be hanged ; the sentence was approved by the president, and May 19, 1805, was llxcd as the day of execu tion. ' On January 2, 18(15, following thco proceeding! of tho military commission, there was a setslon of tho Circuit Court of the United Slates held at Indianapoli...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 June 1871

Selected Miscellany. FATHERLESS. BY I. W. BENHAM. It l not that my linn., la dim anil ama.11 It la not thmiww.m sr. blank and ban) It ! m.t thai a atiilt la In fbt air Mr hb mix Wa'l! If It wnuM brdalhs at ill. It la not tbMtlM tnwirlKii kron.l of car Flap rilmal winira ahuva m narrow door; It la not that th. worn inn mildewed amir, Craaka to th. footfall of a friend no morl All t h. war. mum of aorrow to tha heart With Udhjto caalha(low of Ihe'lr rloom Th. Jorifet the terror, of ltl lorn B . E'.n 'iV, ai laal, haa rnai. to h. my part; -Jf klohUInf almrfoiv. of Ihlabaunied room, ' Common nnrrn. rd flia common cro ., ' IIMi and an nft'Unri In tha awfnl doom, Thi)amilka ebtdow pi ruy ole great loaa 1 1 k)a thr toft hlt erwrk, my Utile one, Anri wonder. In my hllnd uncertain way, If It waa lxva rilvlnn tliat rh'lled my bijr, , That ahnt the rtfptr between me ami the mini I tha happ cnllSr.ii lf-.r. 'heir play At nooo ant rnrhr, m taaw tlie fond eareaa Thatr dotlna: fittherA hrlnir them...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 June 1871

JAMES TI SIMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, JUNE 16 , 1871. Republican State Convention. 7S rte ttcpublicnn VoUn tf Ohio I Yonrannnat State Convention will bt field atCnlnml.ua. on Wtdnetdsy. the Jlt dsv 'f .Inn, ltiTl, for llio nociinatiuo of candidates for tlit fallowing nlllcee, tin I ftnrernnr. Lieutenant Qovi-rnnr, Judo; of lb Puprtnw C.mrl.Treaanrer .if ' Htatt, Auditor of fMt.sil, Cleii of fuprejit Court, Member ol Hoard of Public Work Thannderslrned Onoimlllet recommend thai tb meftlntrs In tht several counties f.-r tht sr W:innnf delcgatrs, be held on Saturday, June liti, Wt; Tht baalseif rprtnlallon In lbs convention ha nun dalee-tit for tverv fire hundred rntea dual for General Sherwood for Hecrotary of Stale in 13;0. and one additional dule ate for every fracthn of two hundred and fllty rote tnd np- wsrja, in tarb county. II.. r,.ll,.itnar thl ilmta th number of del- f Ijlts to whiob each eoonty will bt tnt'.lled, v'l! VF stbrt ttvtenrintlel. nd the number of aVltgatca to taob, 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. — 16 June 1871

tgtxxpWttL goutnat puiluiird in? nTDAi oma at JAMEsrTiminoKis. Trams t On enpy, nn year, In dv anea.- f I'M On copy, cit month 100 On enpy, three months ..... 10 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. A.M. .H. a. A.M ToMn...1J anm .J0 Perrvsb'g 12 T H.A Castar as Milton i Weston...-! Tontnginy S.01 Hsskina -S.I3 ITuI IPrairie S 15 I.6M 4 02 4.14 4.34 HnllPri'e l it Haakine.. 1.17 Tnntngany l.JS Weston 1.4. 10.14 10 17 10 29 4 46 10 48 11 00 4.47 6.10 1.40 Milton l.A Perryaburg t4 Toledo 4.00 Cuitir- 1.68 1 1 04 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P. . A.M. ...6t . .. 5 T.IO . ..7.60 ...8.08 ..8.12 ..8.42 9.25 Toledo Perrvabtirg . Hull Prairie, tlaskini - . Tnntngsny Weston Milton Custsr ..3.20 4.04 4 37 4.44 11.04 i 30 .8.00 0.0S O inter Milton ...... Weston Tnntogany (Taskin. .... Hull Pr.lrie Perrysbnrg.. Toledo PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. A. M p. It. Toledo A 20 Fast Toledo S 2. licet 8i.leTrAck.fl S3 Perryaburg 0.60 Perrysbnrg 8.20 Rates Side Trsek-6 32 Fast Toledo 8 44 Toledo...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 June 1871

The Ohio Democratic Platform. Thi Ohio Drmocwtlc platform contains fourteen resolution, of which two constat of a "cavln; In" by the Demorrncy ol that State to the Republican policies con cerning slavery and reconstruction, ten others present a but met views with which Republicans generally will not take issuo, ana the remaining two are occupied with denouncing the Ku-Klux law, and demand ing that the Ore-twenty bonds be paid In f greenbacks. Greenbacks aie now so near y at a par with gold, and the point in vol ved in this question has been worn so thread bare, that nothing more remains of it. The denunciation of the Kn Kiux law is not expected to lead to any substantial results, as that statute Is likely to remain upon the books until it expires by its own limitation. Altogether, therefore, the pith of the platform lies in its ratification of the Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments, thereby pledging the Dem ocratic party of Ohio to sustain, as ac complished fnou, tho em...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 June 1871

Selected Miscellany. OVER THE HILL TO THE POORHOUSE. BY WILL M. CARLETON. to th poor-hous I'm tradgln my weary way 1, t woman f aaventy, and only a trill irrajr 1, wbo in smart u' chipper, fur all tha jeara I'ra tolil, Aa many another woman that'a only half aa old. Orar tha hill to tha poor homo I can't qnlta maka ltlnrl Orar tha hi 1 1 to tha poor-home It aeoma ao horrid qunerl Mtny a tp I've takrin a tollln' to and fro, But lM ia a sort ol Journey I never thought to . ' - , What" la the naa of heapln' , , panper'a ahamef r r Am I l.sy "'"t'jt am, Mn(, or lanle, Bnt cherry aln:e 60 faY0r) ,f , un 1v, wth. -'"-t llnV and axlnns an' ready any day 0 work for a decent livln,' au' pay my honest way; For I can earn my vlctnala, an' more too, I'll be bomirt. If anbody only la Wlllln' to hare ma round. Onae I wae young and han'aome I wan, upon my soul One my cheeks was roses, my eyea aa black aa coal ; And I can't remember, In them daye, of hearln' people say, For any kind of a reaaon, tha...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 June 1871

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, JUNE" 23 , 1871. Republican State Convention. Tha 8tMt Contention on Wedoeedav, at Co- V . Umbos, la anted to bar been tlia largest that Its tin represented tlia Republican part on mob an oecastoo. Tiit unity of spirit which profiled, together with tb, high personal character and enmptent qualifications of the gentlemen nominated, furn Uhet thtturt prlestage of a tuecesaful result Id tht approaching earnpaign. THE TICKET. The following It tht excellent ticket nominated Fur Governor Goo. E. F. Koyis, of Cin cinnati. For Lieutenant Oorernor Jacob Mueller, or Cuyahoga. For Supreme Judge William H. WtaT, of Logan. Fur SUt Treasurer Isaac R. Wilsb, of fietaont. Fur Auditor of State James Williams, of Morgan. For School Commissioner T. W. Habvst, of Lake. For Clerk of Supreme Court Rodney Foosi of Clinton. For Member of Board of Publio Works S. R. HoEMKR, of Muskingum. It is stated that or our hundred additional mnn. ej order naVcrs are to be created on 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. — 23 June 1871

rOlLISHRD It VI ft T FRIDAY atORNIKO BT JAM EST I HI DIONS. Tricing i On eopy, one year, In sdvane" On eopy, lit month... On eopy, three month tl to 1 00 60 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. A.K. .Xt. Toledo-. -t J 30pm .jo r.M. a Cnslar 2 S3 Milton 2 36 W.iitnn-..4 Tnntojrany H.0S Haakins -8 13 HullPrairleSls PerrvsburgS 84 Toledo 4.00 Perrvsb'g 1J 67 . IlnllPra'e 1.15 Hasklns-. I. IT Tnntngsny 1.29 10.14 10 17 10.28 10 48 11 00 Weston I Alt Milton Cuatar. 1.66 1.6S U O t LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P.M. Toledo Perrrahnrf Hull Prtiri. Ilasklna ... . Tnntngany Weston Milton Cuittr . ..20 4.04 4.37 4.44 sot .5.80 ..BOO .0S Cnstar Milton Weston Tontngany,.. Raskins Hull Prsiri. Perrysburg.. Toledo PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. m. A. M Toledo 6 20 Rust Toledo 8.21 li ves Side Track 88 Perrysburg "0.60 Perrvahnrg 1.20 flate Aide Track.fl.82 East Toledo 6.44 Toledo 9.60 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. SENECA J. POWELL. Agent. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge No. 123, F. and A. M. 8tited...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 June 1871

The Change of Front. TffB abandonment of the principal and essential alms whlcn the pro slayery, cop- perhead Democracy has kept i'eadily in Tie w for the past twenty -flye years is not onlv made reluctantly and awkwardly, but with evident insincerity. Nothing but the imnoss bilitv or achieving a no litlcal vioiory, except through a deceptive latform, induces the managers of the lemocracy to propose an abandonment of their long-cherished Intention to over throw I he- obnoxious amendments to the constitution. The retraction of a heretic, made as the penal fires begin to scorch him, may be a very politic and life saving measure on his part, but we have never been taught to regard his r. luctant and cons rained abjuration as a very valuable tea Irnonial for the truth I'sclf, nor even as. a proof ot a sound and reliable conversion. Ka her than go through the agonies of final dlssolu ion, the Democratic party may consent to at 1 ast profess- an aban donment of its most destructive and pe...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 June 1871

Selected Miscellany. THE WIND AND ROSE—AN ANCIENT APOLOGUE. BY JOHN O, SAXE. BY JOHN O, SAXE. I. A little rvA Hum hlimmvd nil nlnno In a heilL's lijr the highway sliln; Anil tlie Wind rxme l.y will, a pitying moan. And tliue to the flovrunit cried; II. Ton ar choked with nn.t from the sandy Iodize: Now fm what a frli ran dot -I will plon-e a nolo In the taimlc-d hedge And let the brccxe oouic tiu-ouifbl" III. am enough I" JSuhl tlm It. we In deep dtrmay . But the W ind In alwnya riido r And of course be bad bia " Kkli, III. IV. But now eneVZ,relifr,".0 ,,,U red Il0, For the nii,...i,i i .." ' . Came tluouvb wuiro U- 'el"t " e jjap wua mndo. III. IV. V. Von ire ,i ?,f " nihlln dower, " You were m " ' ' vr I'1'"" iou wire ni,allt ior , My.f bower,., VI. me n0 1" uliiiddcrlnii roo; Tlll'lli """ t had known ii.., came hure to break my rvposo; aar.i ploaeo to lot me alone r VII. Mi"r' the, Mrnnj as death i ...Ana I'ttlo he reckud her crlon; He plucked her up with hie mighty broath. And a...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 June 1871

gewjjstowj. gouvwal. JAMES TIMlTo'NSrEdito'r. junb aoTTsn. FRIDAY, Ttie bitter rivalry botircen Cincinnati and T(.mlaTilhj lealmmnrlnt down to a Juke. The I'writr anmut advtso. Central Kenluck not to j.lnj Kith 'Ah Cin.' (bat 'gamo that ihe don't unJtrstaDiV The ueaUb-lnvlcnratiiir. and fliigcr-breakinjt g tn nf bme ball, hut ft fair proapect of eoc-c.-Mfttl 'run' again tliia acaenn. Tlit flue pnint if tlia player iir oran being mentioned lu nbitu arv notices. In cliroulcUnu tha death of a young man, an editor down in this Stoio toncliinRlv a iva "he was estiunblr tiious, a true christian, Mini thj beat base ball 'abort stop' in tliia see. tinn." Tn speak inn of the Treaty of Washington, tliat cowl and unln. passioned paper Thi Xnlitm, says: " It is tUe groatest (ruin for clrilimtion which imr ape has witnessed, tlie most inlid victory which the (treat can sa of peace hae ever won. Of ull splendid contributions niado by the Anglo Sixxn race toward the art of government; nf all thiui...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 June 1871

rUBLtatlRD RTKRf FRIDAY MORNIKd fit JAMES TIM HONS. tkhim i One enpy, one yer, in advance. On copy, six month One copy, three months t to 1 00 60 TIME TA.DLE D.dc AI.Rnllrond. OOINO SOPTB . A.M. r.u. Toledn-..113ftrx 0.20 OOINO KORTn. r.M. A.H Cntr as 8. Mi Milton 2 30 4 02 Weston 2 40 4.14 Tontnuany. S.0.1 4.S4 Perrvb'g 1 J A7 11.44 IliillPra'e 1.15 Haakin-. 1.17 Tontozanr 1.28 10.14 10 17 10 2 Haakin S 13 4 43 WmUii 1 4(1 10 48 11 no ll.illFmirir 3 1 4.47 Milton CuiUr l.SJ PerrvaburgS S4 t.10 1.58 U Ot Toledo. 4.00 .40 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P.M. A -M Toledo Perrysburg Hull Prairie. Ilnskins Tontngny Wo li n .. Milton Custar ..J.50 4.04 . 4.37 . -4.44 .o.OI 30 .. 00 8.0(1 Custar Milton" Weaton Tontogany Haakin Mull Prairie Perrysburg" Toledo ..6.61 -A.60 T.IO ..7.60 ..ft. OR . 8.12 ..ft. 42 ..9.25 rRRHYsDORO ACCOMMODATION r. m. A. M Toledo ft 20 Vast T..l-.l' (I 20 life Side Track 0 3ft Terryaburjr 3.60 PENECA Porrvsbnrg 3 20 Mate Side Track -3 32 East Toledo 3 44 Toledo 3.60 J.POWEM...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 June 1871

Ohio and Iowa Republican Platforms. OHIO. Tn following ure Uie resolutions lulnrt fd unanimously, by the recent Ohio Slate Conrention i Rnmlrrd. hi thf RrpuhHrann of Ohio, In ronrrn. Ihm dMimlfUd, As fnllnwal 1. Tha Itapnhllran admiration And eontltlene. of the ennntry for Its inrtT ni in i niton film on may well cnaiicnira the mi nousm. conrnpe, mm wisrwm in preservir.gtne inlon of the Mains; for lit Jnstlco, firmness, and innirnniilinlty in e.tahll.hlnii for all people liberty nun riiianiy neiore me law) lor its jiraTiinne ana irenririiiia proylsinn for the national defender and pensioners; for Its Invlnlale honor and good faith toward tho national eredltors, and, penernlly, for Its enecessfnl administration of pubTlo affairs, In peace as well as war. . Wo not only roeocnlze the Thirteenth. Fonr. teenth and Fifteenth Amendments to tho ('onstl ttilton of tho I'nlted Wales as accomplished farts, Imtalso as Just, wise and valid articles of organic law, to ho Jealously defended and en...

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