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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 11 August 1871

The Terrible Disaster in New York. Tun New York papers contain detailed accounts of the rxploslnn of the ferry boat Went lipid, while lit Its slip In that city on the 80th, Iroiu which. we glean as "v follOWl 1 The boat went Into her sit p about 1 .10 p. m. A soon ai she was nmdo fust, p o pie began to go on board. Being an ex tra boat, however, and the fact of her de parture not being so widely known as that of the regular hour bimU there waa, fortunately, not an extraordinary rush of passengers, it is impossible to say pre cisely what number wore on board. The ticket-taker suited that he had taken a few over 200 tickets, and Captain Vree land, who waa not aware of this fact at the time he made the statement, said that there was abont 250 persons on board when the disaster oconrred. All of those who were on the boat crowded naturally '" but unconsciously to the one fatal spot on board. The day was sultry, and lor the sake of the breeze from the bay every body sought the end of 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. — 11 August 1871

JAMES TIMMOS3, Editor. FRIDAY,- - AUGUST 11, 1871. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, EDWARD F. KOYE3, v' " ' or niitoii. For Llrujensot (lovernor, .. . . I J ACOB. MUELLER, Of Curstvjra. For Haprcm Judjr, WILLIAM II. .WEST, Of Logan. Tor Stat Treasurer, ISAAC It. WELCH, Of Relmont. For Auditor of Piste, JAMES WILLIAMS, Of Frsnklln. For A Horner", Geneva!, FRANCIS B. POND, Of Morgan. Fr Pobrol Commissioner, ;. TUOMAS W. HARVEY, Oftes. For Clerk of Stiprrot Coart, RODNEY FOOS, Of Clinton. For Mombtr Beard of Pnblie Works, 8. R. HOSMER. Of Musklntum. Wood County Republican Convention. tion. to A RtpMican Vottrt of WooA County ; Ton ara rrqeated to. BMet to eoavtotion st Bawling Oreennn Saturday, Azjist 19th, 1371, at 10 A. 1'. Fur the purpos of putting in nrninatio sandidstes for the following offices, tn-wit: Clerk of the Court, Prosecuting Attorney, Count; Surveyor, Count Commissioner, In Vmarr Director end Coroner: end also, to ee Vecl Central CoBunitt nf fire for ensuing Tear....

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 11 August 1871

JANEM' I ill WOiNS. Trunin S opr, nn f tar, In dvne. a npy, til mimtlit Oa enny, lifm tiS'. ... II ' TIME TABLE—[...] omoaocrn a. a. r.M. OOIMO POUTS. r.a. A.R. Comir 2 :3 4. Milton 2 26 4.0. W. it. n--.-2 4 .l Tontngny. H.03 4.S-. llaktn .- 8 18 4 4 II ul I Prairie 3 15 4 4 PorrTburgS 34 ft. I' TnleHo-... 4.00 S. taUda-.-ll 3om 1.20 Perrysb'gll 67 HnllPrV 1.14 10 4 If issln- - l.tl 10 17 Tnntogany 1.28 10. 2 V.ton.. 1 . 10 48 Milton ... 1 SS II 00 C attar... I S II 04 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. .. A.M. tiU4o 8.20 Ontf PnervaWf 4 04 Milton 8f. Rill Prri. 4 37 i Weston T.H Raskin . 4 44 Tontogany 7.&C rontogauy It.ntj iliskin 8-0' vVsn.; 8 30 Hull Pralrl 8 It Milton 8 Oft! Perrvsburg 8 41 Custsr 8.08 1 Toledo 9.2 ft PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. m. a. T.dedi 8 20 1 "errvahnrg 8 iC East T ... 8 2 Track 3? 1 le. Track 8 38 I F. it Toledo 8 44 . Parrritinrg 8 SO I T -.loin 8. SO SENECA J. POWELL. Agent. SOCIETIES. Phænix Lodge No. 123, F. and A. M. 4ui I Tin in licaiinns n" th Pir.t anil Th...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 11 August 1871

"JONES." A STORY FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT MORE LAND.— ILLUSTRATED BY O. J. HOPKINS. 1 kkow A mn Mid he lived In Jones Which Jones is county of red hill anrl stones And he llyed pretty mnr.h by ffptllriir of loans; And hie mule were nnthlrft nntskln end rones, And ble hope were ee Met ee hie eornbreed pone, And he had 'bout thonaend seres of land. This men end hie name wee also Jones He ewore that he'd leeve them old red Mile and etonee, For he couldn't make nothlo' bat yellowish cot ton. Anil little of thst, for hie fences were rotten, And whet little cotton he nnd, that. was hnnirhton, And he couldn't got a living from the land. And the longer he eWore the madder he rot, And be rose and he walked to the atahle lot. And he hal'oaed to Tom to come there and hitch, For to emigrate eomcwhere where the land wat rich. And to qnlt raMnir eock-nnrv, thistles and stch, Aud waeilng their time ou barren land. Ho him and Tom they hitched np thnlr mulee, Protesting that folke wore mlph'y big foola T...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 18 August 1871

Selected Miscellany. Selected Miscellany. SIX O'CLOCK P. M. Tm workshops open wlili their doors, At o clork p m.. And workmen Ip.tie rnrth by scores, At e o'c lock p. m ; Of nil the minute lu array. Or liourK thai go to nmke the flay, There's none so welcome, so Uifi say, " As 8 o'clock p. m. Bow msny children allow de Iglit At 0 o'clock p. m s How many homtw are rendered bright At A o'clock p. m.s IIow many little, happy feet Jo otit Into the bti-y street, W 1th Joyous bounds pups to meet, At o'clock p. in, : Thoisawts nf tables drnpod In white At o'clock p. m., The fathered families Invite At a o'cloc k p. m. ; And as they eat the rrnnnl fare They qtillo forget their toll and care, .And drop their heavy bitrdone there, At 8 o'clock p. m. Then blow, ye shrinking whistles, blow I 1 1 6 o'clock p. m., And let the weary tollers go At H o'clock n. m. Kins out, relea-ltiK hells, rlns ontt i shout. And hid the welkin tak.; the i And echo It all round about, " ' I IS 8 O CIOCK p. m." 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. — 18 August 1871

gewgrtu0 journal. JAMES TIMMONS,; Editorr Fll li)A Y,TXUG U ST 1871. Republican State Ticket. Fern Governor, EDWARD P. KOYES, Or Hamilton. For Meu'onnnt Governor, JACOB MUELLEU, Of Cuyahoga. For Supreme Judge, WILLIAM II. WEST, Of Lrgnn. For State Treasurer, ISAAC 11. WELCH, Of ndmout. For Auditor of Stato, JAMES WILLIAMS, Of Trauklin. For Attorney General, FBAKCIS B. FOND, Of Morgan. For School Commissioner, THOMAS W. HARVEY, Of Lake. For Clerk of Sop"18 Court, RODNEY FOOS, Of Clinton. For Momber Board of Publio Works, S. R. HOSMER. Of Muskingum. at Republican Judicial Convention. The Republicans of the Fourth Sub-Dlis Ion of the Third Judicial District comprising the counties of Crawford, Marion, Hancock, Sen eca, Wyandot and Wood, are requested to select delegates to attend the Judicial Convention to be held at Upper Sandusky, on the Slat day of August, 1871, at 11 o'clock, A. M. for the pi r poie of placing in nomination a candidate for Common Pleas Judge. Each county will be en...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 18 August 1871

IBMSIIRD ItTBRT FRIDAY MORNING BT JAM EST I MM ON S. Tl 11,1111 1 eopTi ml .Tour, in advanca $1 6n I onpy, lit months I fifl I Copy, three months So TIME TABLE—D. & M. RAILROAD. OOINO SOUTH . OOIMO NORTD A.M. r.M. P.M. A.M. ttdo.. .12 SflPM .20; Cnatir J S3 S.Si 4.02 4.14 4.34 4.46 4.47 6.10 t.40 "rrvsb'g 12.47 HA 10.14 10 17 10. 2H 10 43 Milton 2 art illPra'a 1.15 skinf 1.17 W,.tnn----2 4H Tnntogany. $.03 Masking -3 13 II ul IPrairif 3 1ft ntngany 1.28 istnn 1.411 linn Ur- 1.55 11.01) Perrysburg .1.84 1.53 1101 Toledo. 4.00 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. M A.M. ..A. 61 .-0.6A .7.10 ..7.60 ..8.08 . -R.l 2 ..8.42 9.26 Itin 3.20 rysburi 4.04 II Prairie- . 4.37 iking 4.44 ttngany 5.0 1 aton 5.30 ton A. 00 it" A.OA Custar Miltnn Weston Tnntogany Ilaskins Hull Prairie Porrvsburg" Toledo PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. P. M oilo-... A 20 it Toledo A. 20 en Side Truck as rysburg A. 50 A. M Perrysburg A. 20 Nate's Side Track -It. .12 Kast Toledo A. 44 Toledo A. 60 SENECA J. POWELL. Agent. SOCIETIES. Phæ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 18 August 1871

Senator Morton on the "New Departure." tare" Tnn followl-. is from the epecch of Nroritor ' Morton, recently Uolivered at LonisTlllo, Ky.i The first till riff tin nnM nntmM.. ? the attitude of tha Democratic party of Kentucky lii regard to reconstruction of n codbuiuuodai amendments. Within ninety days the Democratic party North have pretended to make a completo somer sault, by pretending to be In favor of the reconstruction of the Southern States, and the Fourteenth and fifteenth Amend ments. If this new departure la sincere and hearty, no man would rejoice more than I. When thcue things are accepted North and South, I shall consider my po litical work as done. Is this pretended revolution real or false t I have a right to know. I do not intend to be cheated, nor do I Intend the Kepulican party shall be cheated. When the situation is really accepted, I shall be among the first to an nounce it, and tho first to rejoice. And until then will do all I can to expnuo all cheats and swind...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 25 August 1871

Selected Miscellany. BY AND BY. BY CALEB DUNN. If plonm tie all arnnrri f W. it If mid wronue cnil'nnndf . M J'lW have a true man'a to-art, . I ! j T6 'W tochft orll, V Irjfto nohlop-rt, Joyelial nle-aa ton by (nd hj BrmiULj. , . - ... f' Netft rrilrd tfinnrh weS ehonld eneer JifineM toll ahonlri know no fearj If ro the world with hravait nitiin, Drlvf the dark cloud from yotirakyj - Tur ahall break npon the cua BUM of triumph by and by By nd by. " lWe the nobleman who etrivee, bj , Who on borioat labor 'hrWe; ' Wpo on nilncla that knew dlstrnae u ' -Ponra love'a baiin moat tenderly; Ttnm there anall come to bUwa IrulMon by and by a Standby "5 " " Van nfrer made to mnnm, i. Boiele live end 'le forlorn; 11m wa made to brave-lv near Man a ina?e to hold on high nujnj p nrirui nnner in tne air, And awlYihe by and by ny ana ny. "BOY LOST." . Mr koy la lost and can't be fonndl YJb me tell you what he wore A hat with a broad blue ribbon bonnd, And a checkered piauafore ; ' '"Well worn jrey...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 25 August 1871

JAMES TIMNsTEditor! FHIDAY,. i 'j' ii AUGUST 25, 1871. Republican State Ticket. For Oovernnr, EDWARD F. KOYES, Of lamlHon. For t.leuenanl Governor, JACOB MUELLEll, Or Curahoga. For Supreme Judge, WILLIAM II. WEST, i " Or Win. For HIM Treasurer, ISAAC R. WELCH, ' .Or Belmont. For Auditor or Scale, JAMES WILLIAMS, Or Frsnklin. Fer Attorney General, FRANCIS B. rOND, Or Morgan. For Fchool CiiinniUstoner, THOMAS W. IIAIIVEY", Or Lake. For Clerk or Supreme Court, .RODNEY FOOS, Or Clinton. For Mamber Board or Pubtlo Works, . S. R. HOSMER. Or Muskingum. Senatorial Ticket. For Senators, D. W. H. HOWARD, or Fulton, HANKS P. GAGE, or Ilaneock. Republican County Ticket. For Representative, JOHN NORRIS. For Clerk or te Court, A. D. STEWART. For County Commissioner, . EBER WILSON. For Persecuting Attorney, JOHN A.. SHANNON. For Coroner, CHARLES C. BAIRD. For Surveyor. WILLIAM II. WOOD. For Infirmary Director, JACOB DAUTERMAN. Covention Postponed. We arc requested by the Committee to an Bounce tha...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 25 August 1871

gcrnrolntrg gountnl HHHIUO IVIRT rRIDAT MDRNIKO ST J4fl EST 1 ,11 M OK 9. On oopr, on tear, in edvanoe $1 ft On copy, ait month I PO On auiv, thr-.m t ... M TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOINO SOOTU A.M. r.n. Tnl8di...U 3ujh .20 Perrveb'g 12 67 . J HullPra'e I II 10 14 lltAkin. I. IT 10 17 Tontoganv'l 23 10 28 W,t.io.." I 44 19 48 Milton 1 4S II Oil Ouiltr- I 8 II 01 001 HO NOHTB. T.U. A.M. Onstar ...-2 X3 t.u Milton 2 4 Hi W t. n--- 2 4 4.14 Tnnlngany- a.O.H 4.34 llaakina -8 13 4 4. HnllPmirtf S 15 4 47 PerrvsburgS 34 6.11 T..led 4.U0 6.41 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. .M. T ileln-... ..... tt .$.20 Cnstar .... ... Perrvabiirt"' 4 04 Milton Hull Prairie. ... 4 37 Wmmn lUskin .. ... .4 44 T.mt .gany ... T'infiarn.r IM i If ikin.'.... w 'on 80 Hull Pr.lrie.. wilton v SO Perrvabnrg". Custar 6. OA ' Toledo A.M. ..6.61 60 7.H ;.6u ..8. OH .8 12 8.42 9.26 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. m. A. M Vrrvehnrg I JO Hates side Track 32 F ist Toledo 0 44 Toledo 8.60 Toledo....'-.... . a 20 Rut Toledo A 20...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 25 August 1871

Our Bonds Abroad. A. New York dinpntch of yestorday afternoon aniiounoeil that a London ei'rn report' d the negotiation la London of the nw united Mtatct loan by Jay Oooko, McCnllcch fe (J. At three In tdo after noon no rnnrlnnatlon of the rf-pift bad roHched Washington, but a laiir Now York dispatch give detoilg which add credibility to the first rumor. "After a long and ted ton conference," says the last report, "with London bankers, the neiro- , I .. 1 1 . . ., ......... I .. .1 ..,1 A .1 ! ... "oui'iiB nciu i;iiiiuiuMt.-u. ' .n. nuvu it:nuB tur council of financiers) to be formed by Jay Cooke & Co.. under whose auspices the loan will be marketed, will include tho national batiks and leading bankers of this country and the strongest hovn.es. in Eng land. A sum of not less than from $ 20, 000,000 to ;iO,0OO,O0O will be placed to the credit of the treasury on or before the 23th Inutility applicable) to the pymttnt of the old 5 UO's, The homo subscription of yesterday was 1 100 ...

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

Selected Miscellany. MINE! BY ROSS TERRY. Paw ht Hi m-1iKht t nt tns wlnrli Mow. Out of lh window lira wild asts of inowj Usra aa 1 sit by tha Srallght alona, P th drift" gllttsr and hear tho winds tnmn, -Vhl rlrsn's fair arm look In thrntiR h In. right, Vnt d tnolhnr, the pal and t' hrl-rht; l)aar to mv sonl while It lore, will they be. But wh. n th.v called Motber," the AM not eall met i One fell asls.p on the flelas of the Wext, A soldier's bine larket wrapped ovsr hl hrssst. Wo more thoee dark svns will brighten for me, Never acraln that keen amlle thalll ae, Peter be clasped In the arma of my boy, Tet la be mine beyond death to (Jostrojr, Mine In the lva that knowa ao future nor past, Mine while the pit ass of tenrinrnena last) Living or dyinn my chl d he will he, Bat when be called " Mother," he did not call BMl One weara a pbadow serosa her fair brow, But the shadow la brighter than ennbeami are now i Bar brilliant fare ioftiMis. her roses irrow pale. In the Blow of Its white...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 1 September 1871

FIUDAY, - - SKl'TEMUEU 1, 1871, :. 11 '.j. 11 i Republican State Ticket. For IToTcrnoTV EDWARD P. NOYES, Of Hamilton. For I.ieu'ensnt Governor, JACOB MUELLEH, Of Cuyahoga. For Buprrme Judge, WILLIAM II. WEST, Of Logno. For State Treasnrer, ISAAC R. WELCH, Of Belmont. , For Anditor of State, JAMES WILLIAMS, Of FrnnUin. For A Homey General, FRANCIS B. l'OKD, Of Morgan. For School Commissioner, THOMAS W. HARVEY, Of Lake. For Clerk of Snprrms Court, RODNEY FOOS, Of Clinton. For Momber Hoard of Public Works, S. R. HOSMEK. Of Muskingum. Senatorial Ticket. Fur Senators, D. W. II. HOWARD, of Fulton. HANKS P. GAGE, of Hancock. Republican County Ticket. F.ir Representative, JOHN NORMS. For Clerk of the Court, A. D. STEWART. Fcr County O rnmisamner. EBER WILSON. For Prosecuting Attorney, JOHN A. SHANNON. ' d For Coroner, CHARLES C. BAIRD. For Surveyor. WILLIAM II. WOOD. For Infirmary Director, JACOBDAUTERMAN. Republican County Ticket. Our State and County Ticket. It is generally understood by ...

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

gwuslnufl gontunll rotMSHRD tTRRT MtCAT MORNINO T JAMES TlMIrlONS. TFll JtH I On onpr. on ?ar. In advance Out enpr , tit months Ose enpy, three nvnth TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. . 001 MO NORTH. T.U. A.M. Costar 3S .' Milton 2 3 4.02 Weston xA TontnffanY' 8.0:1 4.S4 Haskins 13 4.4o H nllPmlrie 16 4.47 Prrvsbora 4 4.10 Toledo 4.00 S.40 OIKO SOITT8 . A.M. r.M. fo1dd..ll 30m .J0 Perrvab'gU bl .., Hnll'Prare l.H 10.14 Unkind-, t.17 10 17 Tnntngany 1.18 10,2 Weston.- t.4o 10 4H Mlllon 1.03 1 1 Custer-. 1.68 II 01 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. M. ... ...3.J0I CnstAr 8.81 4.04' Miltnn -6l 4.37 i Weston ....7. 10 .4.44 Tnntoganr 7. 0 S.04 n.inkinn 8.08 .! Hull Prairie 8.12 6.00 PerrYsbnrg 8 42 .M Toledo .2 T i1odo... Perrysbnrf Ff i1 1 Prairie Imkina Tnntngany Weston Milton CiMttr PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. F. M. Toledo 20 I Perrvsbnrg .20 East Toledo (12 Hates Sido Truck . 32 B es Si le Track 83 East Toledo 41 Parrvaburg (I.S0 I Toledo .i0 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETI...

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

Senator Morton at St. Louis. ST. LOUIS, August 16. BiitATOB Moton, of Indiana, (poke her to-night to one of the largest au dience ever congregated In 8u Louis. Hon. Henry T. Blow presided, and the platform was filled with the most promin ent Republicans in the city. Quite a nnmber of lad Irs were present During the day Senator Morton was - called upon by Senator Schurg, Governor Brown, and many other prominent and distinguished citizens. Mr. Blow introduced the speaker with a fow remarks in reference to the coming struggle for President, giving a few of the most prominent characteristics of the Republican and Democratic) parties, and laying much s'recs upon the Importance of the approaching contest. Mr. Morton opened by referring to his Visit to St. Louis, in the early part of the war, In behalf of some Indiana regiments, and then pasted on to the subject of his address by siyingt I am a Republican, and belong to that party because I believe its principles are the true principles of...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 September 1871

Selected Miscellany. MARIAN MAY. Maria Mat tw onr hamlet's pride. Worthy qnecn to ho, For of all the mtkli In the conntrjr aldo Vf aa none iu fair ae the. Ilnr half w llkn allk, unit hor ojroa like wine Liquid unci dark mid rice pi Tbey aparkled and danced lu the broad tnnahlne, Or maluid Id roey ilocp. Lover by acorna for her white hand alghed, f high and of low degree; And many enme riding from far and wide, 11 at sweethearts fain to be. The annlre had plenty of jroldon atoro, Kor atich ae hira waa meet; And he wished no better, and t'kod no more. Than to lay It all at her feet. Bat ehe pnt hla plfta and his ynwa aalde, Lanithlnir, and ont epaka ahe, " 1 never waa horn for a rich man'i brldo, Bo I can not mate with thee." The part on he came, with hla face ao grave, Gentle and aleek and prim. And aatd the boat way her aonl to aava Waa to tnke and marry him. Bnt ahe only opened her ayea fall wide, . Wondering, and quoth ahe, " Were there nevor a man In the world beside, You'd be fu...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 September 1871

JAMES TmilOKSEditor. r iu day,'s kT t k m ;ij i:n 8Tb7 1. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, EDWARD P. NOYES, Of Hamilton. Tor MriVcnant Gorcrnnr, JACOB MUELLEll, Of Cuyahoga, r V'or Supremo Judge, WILLIAM II. WEST, Of Logan. For HUto Treasurer, ISAAC 11. WELCH, Of Relinnnt. t Tor Auditor of State, , JAMES WILLIAMS, Of Franklin. Fr Attorney General, FRANCIS B. rt)ND, Of Morgnn. For Pchool Cunimlsslfliit-r, THOMAS W. HARVEY, Of Lnko. For Clerk of Supremo Court, RODNEY TOOS, Of Clinton. For Moniber Board of Pnbtlo Works, S. R. IIOSMER. Of Muskingum. Senatorial Ticket. Fur Senators, D. W. II. HOWARD, ofFullon. HANKS P. GAGE, of Hancock. Republican County Ticket. For Representative, JOHN NORMS. For Clerk of llie Court. A. D. STEAVART. For Conntv Commissioner, KBER WILSON. For Prosecuting Attorney, JOHN A. SHANNON. For Coroner,. CHARLES C. BAIRD. For Surveyor. WILLIAM II. WOOD. For Infirmary Director, JACOBDAUTERMAN. Republican Platform, Adopted by the State Convention, June 21, 1871...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 September 1871

PiraLimiRo kvrdt Friday mohnino by JA.UKS TlitiMOftS. Ti'imim One enpy , one year. In advance 1 Oiio onpy, nix months On enpy, three in mm l. TIME TABLE—D. & M. [...] ooino sort n . A.Jt. P.M. Toledo- .12 Wim 9 .20 OOINU NOHT1I. p. a. a M Cnatar 2 a.1 Milum 2 30 Weston-.. 2.4ft Tontngany . 8.03 llaskins .3 1.1 II ill I Pruirie 16 3.6. I'errvsb g 12 57 fl..'J 4. 0i HullPra'e 1 IS l iftKin- 1.17 Tnntnganv 1 28 W-nton .." 1 ,41 Milton . 1 45 Custar... 1.68 10.14 10 17 10 28 4.14 4.34 4 46 10 4H 11 00 I 01 4 47 A.I 0 J. 411 Perrysburg 3 34 Toledo 4.00 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. .M. T.ledn .. .9.20' Cntp Perryslinrir 4.04 Milton IJ'ill Prairie. ... 4.371 Weston .... "nklm 4.44 Tontoiranv . ..B.51 ..7. Ml ..7.60 ...8.08 Tontngany not R 1 . ! IF . 1. 1 wanton 5 SO Milton A no Cttstar 8.00 Hull Prairie IWrvabnrg . Toll-do ...... .. .8.12 8 42 0.25 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATON. P. M. Toledo. 20 n 2i "orrvshnrir ,... 20 Fast Toledo Hate Side Track -A 32 F. ist Toledo fi 41 T.dudn B.6i Hles Side Truck...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 September 1871

THE CAMPAIGN IN OHIO. Speech of Secretary Delano. SANDUSKY, August 24. The cimpalgn wu opened here to-day by the ItupubiicaoR, the chief feature of the occabion boiug the speech of Hon. Columbus Delano, Bccrotary of tho In terior. Kxcopllnff the introduction, whlnh eulogized tho Hepublican parly and criti cised the New Departure of the Demo cracy, the speech was devoted to an exposition of tho -work of tho present Administration. CONTRAST WITH JOHNSON'S ADMINISTRATION. In tho way of collecting tho revenue and reducing taxation a striking contrast was drawn with what was done under John son's Administration. The present Admin istration found tho public credit impaired by the dishonesty and incapacity which pervaded the public service. The public dobt was rather Increasing than diminish nit. with a reduction in the receipts from internal taxation. How was tho falling credit of the government to be repaired, its current expenses met. and the debt reduced, in the face of this discouragi...

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