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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 7 July 1871

Selected Miscellany. CAESAR ROWAN. BY T. D. ENGLISH. Y, I heern 1ont de proclamation Olo Miw' l.lnknni'n-(li""nr, how, Hn rlirht; But fo' .event? yeah on dii plantation. Young Mne' .Irmntt mi I have tit do light An' to. tiny Wliah l'r bin I mean to tay. 1 Don't p'arl.elT know flow ole I he, Mh( Hnt I 'memh' rtnt ole Mas' Rowan .ed " No n tellln' me ahont ow Ce.ah: He waa ten when C'onaln John wont dead Tan fo' ho " Dat was elxty yeah ajp. Hah We Mn nnon the ole plantation Kvvnh .!( knew all da folk, aroun', What'. d us o' makln' an oration? Den all dead, done gonu, an' oiidorgronn', Ho It derma: Not one lef bnt yonrift Maa' J emea. Him an' me were ra a. d hy old Mad' Rowan Hljh old t'm a, bod. mnwnln', nl?ht an' noon; In da fleldd we wnhked hnh taanda weve hoe'n' In de wooda wc wt-nt to hunt de coon. Wuh an' play j We were pardnata ev'ry day. An' when he crowed nn, an' went to rollr-go I)on at WllliaDidhnV, I tell uhdnn, C'o.ah, he plrhnl n,i a heap o' finoxvleilxe, Tendin' on him '...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 7 July 1871

sgnxpfawti gfournai. JAMES TIMMON9, Editor" HR?Fa y7- - J ULY 7, 187?- Republican State Ticket. For Governor, EDWARD F. IS' 0 YES, OT fTumillo, Vtir Men'cnant (Jovernrr, JACOB MUELLER, Of CnyslingA. .' Fur Supreme JnAtr, ' WILLIAM II. WEST, Wf I-og.in. Fur Stat Treasurer. ISAAC Jt. WELCH, Of Belmont. For Auditor of Staff, JAMES WILLIAMS, Of Ernnklin.. For Altomor General, FRANCIS B. rOND, Of Morgan. Fur School Commissioner, THOMAS W. HARVEY, or Lake. For Clerk of Supreme Court, RODNEY FOOS, Or Clinton. For Member Board or Public Works, S. R. JIOSMER. Of Uuakinftum. The London Mining Putt la authori for the statement (lint Austria, Prussia and Russia hnvs entered into an agreement for tho preservation . hmm nf FurAnA. If these nnwer can re frain from warrintr one upon the oilier, tlie pence of Europe mtr possibly be preserved without their assistance. The apprehensions which hare been eansed br recent reports from the Indi in country of wide-aprond, devastating India war along the Te...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 7 July 1871

Dit.tiHo vi.v VmoAV mornino bt J A.1IE1TI.T1 WOAS. Tfhim t On enpy, on year. In advance- $1 61 1 00 40 Un npr, in mnntht... On enpy, lliree month i TIME TABLE-D. & M. Railroad. ooixo iodto OINO NORTH. P.M. A.M. Cesttr J al 8.58 Milton ISO 4 0! Weston 8 4(1 4.14 Tontngsny. .0J 4.84 Haskin 'I1J 4 45 HnllPr.Irlf 3 15 4.47 PerrvsbargS 3 .10 Toledo.-.. 4.00 5.40 A.M. P.M. Toledo. .-H srtrn t.io Perrvsb'glJ 47 .f2 lluMPra' l.li 10.14 Haakinf 1.17 10 17 Tnntoganv 1.29 ' 10. 2S Went,, a. 1 44 10 49 Milton 1.64 11 00 Caster- 1.49 1 1 0 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P.M. A.M. ..6.51 .. 6(1 T.IO ..7.50 .. 8.(18 .8.12 -8.4J 9.25 Toledo-" ....-i Perrysburr Hill Prairie. . Hasktns - ... Tontngsny .... Weston Milton Custar .J8 Cnstsr 4.04 Milton 4.37 Weston 4.44 Tontngany H.04 Raskin , 5.30 Hull Prairie-. 8.00 Perrysbnrg", 6.05 Toledo PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. A. M P. M. Toledo A 20 Fist Toledo n 21 11 re Si la Track A 39 Perrysburg 8.60 Perrysburg 20 Rates Side Track. A. 32 East Toledo A. 44 Toledo A. ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 7 July 1871

Brides at Niagara. Theuk In nn indescribable ftaotnatlon to tho more looker on In WRtehlnp; nn omni bus m It drlvt t up from the station on the arrival of the diflurcnt trains. The bride groom of a day jumps unconcernedly out, and, with a new tonne of importance, ns ulstfl tho bride to alight. lie bustles around, looking after wraps and traveling-bags, in as bu'niness-like a manner as though his principal occupation during his whole llfo had been tho care of a lady's luggage. Entering the house, he airily wavis her Into the ladifB' parlor and walks to the olll :e to regitcr their names, with a man ner Intended to Impress people with the Idea that he has been very much in the habit of doing that same thing for a long time. Their self-delusion is respected, and thero is nothing in the cletk's countenance or address as he assigns the room and send the waiter to pilot the way, that would betray his consciousness of the utter failure of the attempted deception. The very prettiest rooms i...

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 July 1871

Selected Miscellany. THE SILVER WEDDING. BY MRS. C. M. STOWE. Do Ton think I could fnrpc-t H, flvo and twenty yearn a-iione? On a beautiful May inoriiinir, Flowmt were blooming on (lie lawn. My heart was tilled Willi plerinc. And inychccke wore fluhol ltn pride While I wnllvil for your cnmlnir 1 wue aoun to be a bride. Five atirl twenty year., my darling, Hlnco lhat morn liavo passed awayt Let na count tlicm, looklnj; lac kwaid, Tilt wu reach our wnddliitfi day. l)o yon ace tho aim atiove ua. And the blue and clourilcse sky, And remember how thai morning We were happy, you and If Do yon aoo the low-roofed dwelling, With ita white and aliinltiK lloor. And the hewed log matched bo nlcoly, ; Auri the roso-tree hythedoorf And the woddinit guests, I aoo them Through the live and twenty ycare, BlttlnK-iiulelly around ua, bmniug fondly through their tears. Thny wore only those who loved ua, Aa wexood thoro, yon and I, Looking forward to the future, Through a clear and cloudless aky. Ah, to...

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 July 1871

JAMESTIMMOII3 Editor! FRIDAY, JULY 14,1371. THE 19th ANNUAL FAIR THE 19th ANNUAL FAIR-OF THE- Wood County Agricultural Society, WILL BE HELD AT TONTOGANY, (Date and Directors not furnishe us.) OFFICERS FOR 1871. trfi!ct JlMKS W. ROSS. Vutt Voi'uVitl-Pcdlkt A. AVKflY. Trtnturtr MlRTlM WiliNRR. JSiorfttiry GaOKat IOWRua. DIRECTORS. JaMW-R. TKOBAItiM. .Ihoiii-HkNRT WlOANT. Prt HnowM, Snpt.nf Dmft Horses. ' .Iusl Foot, Supt. nf Horses (n1. purposes .1. J. Faiiis, Nuut, Mulched aud ItuatUtcrt. ii. L. lui:Bi,.rtupt. Cattle. N. T. Sthattos, Supt. Sheep, Swine. Poultry Bfll. IUssktt, " Agr.Si Mechauioal Imp. S. ft. Uamki.d, " Domestic A Floral Hull. Nklsom Kcdeh, " Fruit and Vegetables. RULES AND REGULATIONS. I. Any person muy beenmo a mrmhi r of (he Society for the current year, hy the payment nf One Dill, ir, no J ethiuitors mmt b'ciini mim bcrs before enreriwr into coin eli liiu fur the premiums. Entries cm be madi nn the Secre Mrr's book at any time, ten d.ivs previous to the Fair, 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. — 14 July 1871

fCwgjstttrg gjomnal rUULtSlIRD ETEflT FRIDAY MORNING BY JAME.ITIMMOXS. TFltittSI One copr, ono year. In advance fl 80 Una copy, six months 1 00 Ono oopv, Hire months JO TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOI NO SOOTS . a. a. p.k. Toledo. -12 30pm t .20 I'errvsb'BliS 67 . llulll'ra'e 1.1S 10 U Hiskins-- 1.17 10 17 T'tntnpany 1 28 10 28 W,t..n.. 1 41 10 43 Milton 1 65 II 00 CiuUr-1.4S 1 1 01 OOINCI NORTH. P.M. A.M Ctntsr 2 33 Milton 2 30 VVi-itnri"" Tonmirany 3.03 Hasltin -8 13 II ul IPrnlrtt-S 14 I'l-rrvsburgS 81 Tided"---- 4.00 3..MI 4.02 4.14 4.34 4 4S 4 47 6.10 6.40 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. r.M. A.M. ..6.61 .. 6fl .7.10 ..7.60 ..fi.08 . 8 12 . 8 42 0.25 Toledo S.20 PerrviVirt 4 04 n ill Prairi 4 37 II iikiiii 4 44 Toiit'iiranv .0 Wmton..' 5 30 Milton It 00 Uustar 8.06 Cnatar Milton Weston T.intoniiny flukine Hull 1'ralrle Perrmbutjr" Toledo PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. h. A. M 20 Tiledo (I 20 Pan T iltf li (! 21 Hi en SiloTrsck 39 Perrysburg fl.SO Perrvshnrff Rates Side Truck A 32 Eaat T...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 14 July 1871

PARTY ISSUES. Tna followIu.it la the upecch, in full, of TTon. John Shermnn, at the recent Re pub lic n lUUIletUion Mooting lit Columbus, Ohio: The mat tore Involved In Hits election not only reach to every department of our BtHle Government, but will nftVct the ap portionment of our Blato and the revision of our Constitution. It will atl'ect you In the. national councils, and will bo a decl flivc sign to the great presidential contest of 1873. It la therefore a matUir of pride and sntiafiu'lion to tee tho Republican party of Ohio, with Its glorloua history and proud record, eutnr Into this canvass with a tick et worth its support, with Its principles sanctified by great success, ready to enter upon now reforms, aud ablo to curry them out. And we enter upon our canvass with one sAtistaclion that docs not often fall to the fitto of a party. Wo have the Indorse ment and approval of our political adver saries. Wo have administered the Gov ernment of the United States and of this Htato ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 July 1871

POETRY. WHY SHOULD WE WORRY! 5 " an ! 4 - ." -- Why ahoniitws f; TM llto In not )org Tlfli ti brt MUrl In atrntw Slut tasrs ( . i . BHly and ch'MMi I- ha whu'a not aininir enough WlsrtlT with resiinn ti filuht awa. fanr. ('"'i hnt cownrtl, th Roaring not half euonth Falrl. tn faca ii If wo show no fear ! NaT. If It p-atur yon, jnn'v but to lanphtaongh; rnisui, diir-iiio i io, tne nora la not noie. Jti-mtV trWVATwnilrs na old anrnwt"l When tho. wora hare, did we wish thm to taatr Why not fimmMnpm "Tie fbl I'irn Narrows Present Marefe from the irttnf of the nat. Can we now rhmre It br weeplnv anil h'nlngf What'e done la dona, and la dona tst tecnli; " lie who thfl prrpi-nt. torr'le. In rt'ntnlrjr, I'seluas Mid Vain, W the worse tool ' ,i.ir. Fancv. the lade. S.I1I ton nfln h nrln.' l'arloa-anl scared, ttarongli the Ifntuto'i dark Wh h.ii!(l we tramMe at whit she . frurlpirf Wh r-?Hlllri hlr drH;Tnlnirs fill ns with Mflrti.hr.f Walt till they're real thing, atid present before t tf the...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 July 1871

FRItyxr, JULY 22,"l870.' OUR MOTTO. Wen half Hi power llit Bill Ida world with tVer half th wealth bestowed on camp and eonrU, CJiven tn redeem Hie linman mind from error, There were no need of arsenals nor fort. Th warrior's name would be a n:me ablinrrM, And every nation Hint thotild lift again ia hand against a brother, on III forehead Should wear furevrmni the eurao of Cain. OUR MOTTO.-Longfellow. Republican County Convention. A County Contention will ba held at the Court-honae, In Howling Green, on ftfUnrdny, Jnlr 30th, 1S70, At tl ncl'e A. M , for tlio purpose of selecting Tire (3) Delegates tn represent the county in the Republican Slate Convention, to be held at Columbus on the 10th day ol Aiifrost, 1870. lly order of Central Committee. J. B. NEWTON, Chairmen. Bowling Green, July 11, 1870. THE SITUATION IN EUROPE. Th situation of matters In En nine la inch aa will ba regarded with deep interest by every citixen of this nktiori The nation now involved in war, France and Truss...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 July 1871

rCBMailRD KTKKT miDAV M0HHIN9 BT JAMES TIN HONS. TERMS.--On copy, nneyer,tt (I month 91 1 month, 60c. Invariably in advance. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. onto sonra r.n. Toledo.. ..It.AA Perrvsb'rg 11.69 rtnllPralreU 17 Haskln ..11.19 Tontogany 1 2.S0 Weston-.- 12 49 Milton .12.69 CuUr.... 1.0) 001 HO tCORTH. - r.u. r.u. a.m. .20 1 Analir -"3 Jt S.ftH 9 89 I Miltnn 3.M 4.02 1. ID I Weston. ...4 (Ml 4.14 10 14 j Tontogany 4.2 4.S4 10.2J I nimVlnl -4 35 4.4A 10.44 I llullPrirle3T 4.47 10. A I Porrvburg4 M i.10 10.69 Toledo ft.10 6.40 ACCOMMODATION. p.m. S.20 1 Cnslar T.ledo Perrysburg Hull Prairie Masking ... Tontogany .. Walton Miltnn Custar .. ..6.61 ....0.6(1 -4.UI nuton 4.8T Weston 4.44 Tontogany 4.01 nankins. ... 6.30 Hull Prairie 6.60 Perrvsburg. ...T.IO .. ..7.60 ....9.08 ....9.12 ...9.42 -O.00 Toledo 0.26 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. Atated Cnmmnnicatlnnt on the First and Third Monday Evening nf each Month, as followat January ........

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 July 1871

The President and the Gnats. Thb newonftufrri Uint used to caIT Mr. Lincoln thfwnttycouatry lawyer, nd "Mush" lit h corrf mat tn politic! ability between Mm'nnfl Jfffern Davln, are Tory briny in 'aftcrnptlTiff to cast ftrlium and ridicule npo Pre'tUWtnt Grant. Their conduct la innpiritl by. ,llio .canio Spirit which led them trt rfonotfnce rtitn' in the field as a hatnberA Rut liin real crime in the eyr of his nettircRt critic are Ills steady fidelity to ta Untnrt, and lit nn conditionaltvyictory , over the rebollton. The rebellion sprang from the principle of the Democrat U! party. It waa led by the DomocYfttio oilier. It was sustained by Democratic lytnpathy. Every great measure of the war waa denounced by the Democratlo convention ; and In the midst of the struggle the Democratic party virtually declared for submission to the rebellion. "Tie" 'VfbVlrf now frankly admit that tn War Democracy" was a " small body. And to the organ' of a party which coumod upon the succes of the rebe...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 28 July 1871

Selected Miscellany. GONE WITH A HANDSOMER MAN. BY W. M. CARLETON. JOHN. tw worked In tfie fleld all dny, s-plowln' tlie 11 atony trnnk ' iTescoinen my loam till l m hoarse; I've trRmppd I to enoked a dozen awoare tao's not to tell Juno film) When I ho ptow-plnt atrnrk a atone and Ihe handle mi m li:i;n nru wnilK : puncueti my rum. t'vspntmy team In th barn, and rnhhed their aw(atv rnatil I've fed 'cm a ueapof hay and ha)f a bnahe! of onip; Ani to rrolho way they cat makes mo like fit In And Jano won't say to night that I don't make out muni Woll anldl the door la locked! bnt there ahe'e left ine Key, Viider the atop, In a place known only to her and me; I wonder who'a dyln'or doad, that ahe'e hnttled off nnll.innl) ; Bnt here on the table's a cote, and probably this will m;ii. Good Oodl my wife la gonel my wife la (tone axtrnrl The Inner It anya, "(food hy. for I'm S-golnirawny; I've llrod with yon aW months, John, ami ao far I Imve Iwon true; Bnt I am polnir awuy to-day with a han...

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 July 1871

$txxptnt$ IJonvunL JAME3 TIMMQy9r Editor. FRIDAY. JULY 23, 1871. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, EDWARD P. KG YES, Of rUmilton. For Mm'ennnt Onrernnr, JACOB MUELLER, Of Cuva'pa. For Bnprem Jurip. WILLIAM II. WEST, Of Lngnn. For Slot Treasurer, I3AAC It. WELCH, r Belmont. For Auditor of Ptote. JAMES WILLIAMS, Of Franklin. For Allorow.General, FKAh'CIS B. I'OND, Of Morgan. For Bolwil Commissioner, THOMAS W. HARVEY, Or Luke. Fur Clerk or Supreme C url, RODNEY FOOS, Of Clinton. Fi;f Msmber Hoard of Public Work, 8. R. HOSMER. Of Muskingum. Wood County Republican Convention. tion. To lt Republican Votert at Wood County I Ton art roqested to neat in Cnnveotion it Bowling Green, on Saturday, August 19th, 1871, at 10 A. If., Fur the purpose of putiinjr in nomination etndidates lor Hie fnllnirinir offices, tn-irit: Clark or the Court, Proiecntinir Atlnrnev, County Rnrreyor, County Commissioner, Jn flrmarr Director and Coroner,' and also, tn se lect Central Commit) of fire for ensninjr ...

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 July 1871

rUBLtSIIKD KVRRY FRIDAY MORNING BT JAM EST I IU WON S. TFItMSM On copy, one year, In advance- On copy, six months One copy, three ranntha $1 1 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. ooimo south . a.m. r.x; Toledo--12 30r 9.20 Perrvsb'glJ " IlullPra'e 1.15 10. U INsklns.. 1.17 10 17 001 NO HORTH. P.M. A.M Cuatar '3 SI3 Milton 2 3A Weston 2 411 Tontogany. 8. OS fTnnkinn -8 18 8. 6H 4.01 4.14 4.84 Tontogany 1.28 10. 2S 4 46 Weston- 1.411 10 48 HallPrnlrle 3 16 Perrysburg 3 34 Toledo.... 4.00 4.47 6.10 Milton Cuatar. 1.5S 1100 1.68 ll O t 6.40 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P.M. A.M Toledo 8.20 Cuatar Perrysbnrr 4. 04 Milton Hull Prairie... 4.37 Weston ..e.6i .. 60 7.11) Masking -4.44 Tontogany ..7.50 inntngany n.Ol nankin R.08 ffntim 6 30 Hull Prairie- .8 12 8.42 Milton 00 Perrysburg'- Cuatar B.Ofl' Toledo 8.26 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. P. M. A. M Toledo A 20 R ut Tdedo A 21 Hies tHo Track 0 33 Perrysburg 8.60 Perrvshnrg . 20 Mate Hide Track .'12 Eist Toledo 8 44 Toledo 0.60 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SO...

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 July 1871

CURRENT ITEMS. Lira well If you have the money to do It with. Gltckrtob U i&Id to be the best remedy for sun-burn. LAtion gilt and enamel combs for the back hair have come in fashion again. A new style of watch-chain is orna mented with small acorns with enamel tops. Dividends can be used to keep policies In force in the Mutual Life, of Chicago. At Cambridge, Mass., the other day, the lightning struck the house of a lightning-rod maker. The Washington Is purely mutual, and divides its profits among its policy holders only. A London magistrate recently punished a would-be suicide by making him pay ten shillings to his rescuer. LiotiTNiNO knocked the trowel out of a plaster s hand at Nevada, Iowa, during a recent storm, without injuring the man. Unto, the 1st of July, 1870, 102 persons had committed suicide by jumping from the now. destroyed Yendome column, in Paris. ' . An Indianapolis merchant has been in business thirty-two years and never ad vertised, lie runs a peanut warehou...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 4 August 1871

Selected Miscellany. A SUMMER DAY. Suksrirs ovsf Ilia nc'16 line's, ' ' Kissing th crtnismi clover, . . And annshlns haunting the 1 II T fP' That (lie yellow he hunjr over. . Anlsnnsnlvs over lhe hnr.v hills, Wti vi:r (h rill pllntr river t wimww tiMik lua m,,,i Bfiii , lug o w in up c i un; Might thins anrl last forever, We wajtrs flown ly th tasaAow path, The hroarl highway forsaking, Tor the quiet of thai lovelf spot Beemm Setter for out lovs-making, c ' An 1 1 was sllsnt anrl she vss shy, And w walked down through the clover; But we thought It the tweeteat Bummer flay That ever ike sun shot. over. We k arrt the klrdaln the waving grate, At they twittered to each other i About Mi nt'sls they hurt hi ulen away ' - And the coo of eae h if lad Mr i mother. And we thought, aa we walked that Mummer day Through the clover blooms together, That at lint thi world waa In perfect tune, ' lath 1aj bright summer weather. I cannot tell what I aal 1 to her, ' ' As we wathed knee-deep In clover...

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

Editor. FRIDAY,- ' AUGUST 4, 1871. JAMES TIMMOWS- Republican State Ticket. .t;. . --For CioTernor, , ,, EIWAttt NOYES, ; Of Hamilton. " IV Llru'.onanV Governor, , JACOB MUELLElt, , . . Or Cuyahoga, Vor Huprem Judpe, WILLLt-M. II. WEST, ; Or Lngnn. For Slate Treasuror, ISAAC K. WELCH, Or Belmoul. For Auditor of Slit, ' JAMES WILLIAMS, Of Fraaklln. For Attorney Qemra1, ., FKANCIS B. I'OND, VI luurgno. ' ' For School Commissioner, THOMAS W. HARVEY, 01 Lake. For Clerk of Supreme Court, RODNEY FOOS, Of Clinloo. for Member Board of Public Works, a. R. IIOSMER. . Of Muskiugnm. II . , Wood County Republican Convention. K d l?n)iWicot YoUrt of HW Ownfe I Too r reqtBtel to n cot la convention it Bowling Grjn, no Saturdsr, August 19th, 1871, at 10 A. l, For the cnrpoee of putting in nomination candidates for the following offices, to-wit: , Clerk of the Court, Prosecuting Attorney County Surveyor, Count Commissioner, In i flrmtrr Director end Coroner : and also, to se lect a Central Committe o...

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

0BLISURD tTllnr FRIDAY MORNING Bf JAM EST I ni moms. On en"pf, on year, la advanc $1 50 Vn copy, tit month 1 00 On eopy, thre months ' 50 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. ooiHOouTn . ' a. a. r.M. ' OOI HQ HORTH. r.M. 4.M Toledo-.. 11 30m (.20 PerryBb'gli" 67 Hnlll'ra' 11 10. U Haskins.. l.tT 10 17 Tontogany 1.28 10.2S Weston 1.4 10 48 j Milton 1.54 11 00 Castar-. 1.63 II 01 Cnstar 2 SS I.8B Milton 2 30 4.02 Weston... .1.4 4.14 Tontogany. 3. OS 4.84 Ifaskins .. 8 13 4 46 HullPrairle 3 15 4.47 Porrvsbnrg3 34 (.10 Toledo--.. 4.00 5.40 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. .M. A.M. ..8 61 ...8.50 ..7.10 ..7.f0 ...8.08 .. 8.12 ...8 42 ..9.25 Toledo Perrrihurr Hull Prairie. Ilaskine ... Tontogany Wiston Milton I Cuatar ..3.20 4 04 4.37 4 44 5 04 5 30 Cnstar Milton Waaton Tontogany .. flaskine Hull Prslrie. Porrvsburg.. .6 on 8.09 1 Toledo PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. A. M r. m. Toledo (I 20 E ist Toledo 9.20 Buss Side Track 8 38 Porrysburg 11.50 Perrvahnri .8.20 Bates Side Track .8.32 Eist 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. — 4 August 1871

General Sherman-A Talk on Politics. Saratoga f.tnty WV Oorrnaponilenea of th. Hew .Xoik Commercial Aflvortlmw. Of.nrraTi Sherman, all sunburnt and dusty, atid freah from the plains, Rot in tin announced on the late train to-night. Thla mnrntrjtfl met tli' General early, and strolled down to Columns Hprinir, and then around the park. Ho was vivacious and sparkling as Hathorn water, aud walked and talked like a boy. . " Keen killing a good many Injuns out West, General T" . I asked. "No the papers kill more Injuns thsn we do. Why, if we killed half as many Injure as the. iTW does, we'd be 1 short' of Injuns!" " 1'tce Parker ba resigned t" " Yes t we'vo had so many dishonest In dian Commissioners that Congrens resolved to stop the frauds, and they corked up the Indian liureau so tight that poor Parker had nothing to do but now and then sign his name, and frank envelopes for the do-partimrot."- "They (ay he Is rich?" " Hot a bit of it," said the General, In dignantly. " Parker has never...

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