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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 May 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. THE CITY ON THE HILL. I know ft quiet city, A iHent pcacflfnl city, A beautiful, t ran ire city, Upon a sunny hill; Where dairies fair sre irrowfnirj Whrro unrnmnr winds re blowing Alonsc the earth's reen bosom, Adown the streets so Mill. The streets are Innff n1 narrow? The brnwn thrush mid the apii-row Their tittle nests have hnlMert, Amid the flower-flecked grass! The roMns enrol In It; Yon hear the sonff of Hnet, Whenever tM st ranee ctly Your footsteps chance to pass. The hnnea In thta cttr .. . -This still and peaceful city, Where never hinnnn pity The dwellers need nor ask Each roof the ifrasee cover, The green nlnnee eich a lover Of annts. where thrush and plover Within the sunlight bask. There are no sonnds of sorrow, J4o lonulnes for to morrow; Nor nsm to benr and borrow, Within Its silent streets; Hut all Is pctircful over The preen ffh-n and the clover, As rittt. go driftltw onward. Above Us calm retreats. And there onr dear ones weary Of trendina ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 May 1872

gewgsburj gourwai. JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, - . MA't 17, 1872- The Labor Ri'furm League of New York, tin denounced ClHEil.Ptr and th. mon who ucinlnt ted bhn. m . . Pruts of IIofach (lacKi.nr by th. rtbel H tilhern pres in what ire uever expected toioe Almost unanimously .they accept him. YAr.i.iNmntiAH'sexecnlorhnt sued Toil M'Go dam fur $1,000 for legal scrrlcos. M'Uiiian certainly shows a very mono disposition In re. fusing to pay what lie owes to one who lull bis lifo In wirntng tlio money due. The Worcester (Muse.) Gavlf sits ! " They who wish to advertise judiciously and cheaply em And no better medium through which to roach the great public, than through Gso. P. Uowkll ft Co.'s Agency New Turk. Two weeks ago n. T. iIkmboi.d's splendid drug store In the city of Naw Yurk was nld for $15,000. Heowca $300,000 to newspapers fr advertising. II. T. couldn't stand prosperity full into extravagant habits and squandered the immense fortune which be so suddenly amassed by the aale...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 May 1872

fubllshed Every Friday Morning fcy JAMES TI3IMONS. TERMS: eopy ,oneTer,ln advance- On opjr,si mnnthi On oopy, Hire month 1 00 to Rates of Advertising. On aqimr on Insertion Kaoh subsequent Insertion H column for S month i eolnmn for ft month & Column for 12 months H column for 1 month yi column for month U column Tor 12 month U euliimn for S month W column fur (I month U column forl2 months 1 column for 12 months $ 1 00 to 7 oo 11 00 20 00 10 00 18 00 30 00 12 00 22 00 40 00 75 00 Administrator' or Kxecmnr's Notices- Business cards, not exceeding 6 lines. 1 2 00 year 8 00 Kotices la local column, per line 10 JOB PRINTING, Of Try description, executed In style defy ln( competition, and a cheap can b done elsewhere. We girt our personal attention to all Job Work, and allow none but first elan work to tear the office. Call and examine spec Ineni. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOlNOSOl'TU . OOIKOKOITH. A.K. r.u. Tl.do --12..lnrn . 20 Parryab'g 12.tr U.AS Rnachton- 1.C5 I HullHra'...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 May 1872

SONG OF THE SHEARS. I. Weary, and not over-atont, . The victim of heartless qulr.r.ors, An editor Ht with his elbows out, Piling his ppncll nnd scissors, Cllpl Cllpl Cllpl la mneilxije, tatters iinil tcarsi -, And ntlfl l'h voles of dnlorons dip, He tang I be "Hong of the Shears." I. II. ' Clip! Clip! Clip! While the foreman calls for morel And clip clip dtp. Till the "devil" look hi at the doorl Its ohl to he a councilman, Or even a school trustee, A mayor, polic mun, or anything, Yes anything but me I III. Cllpl Cllpl Cllpl Till the jaws drop open wide; j Till the elbows creak like an old barn door, And you Hike that " ultch " In the eldel Enquire, Tribunes, Gazettes, Ai'd Stars that make you doze, Till over the Herald you full asleep, And clip oft' the end of your noscl III. IV. Oh, women-with paper curls! With bustles that rattle and quiver! It In not papers you're wearing out, But a human editor's liver! Clip! Clip! Cllpl Bunting fur something new. Which the managing editor swe...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 24 May 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. SWEEP BEFORE YOUR OWN DOOR. Do in heed the homely sdafrs handed down from ' days f yoref " Kre Ton sweep your neighbor's dwelling, clear the rubbish from your door 1 Let no filth, no rust thore gather, lea re no traces of decay. Duck op every weed unsightly, brush ths raiien leaves away." 11 we falthfnlly have labored thus to sweep wlth- ont, within, . ,, . . Flneked np envy, evll-tpesktng, aHce, each be- aettlne; sin-- . . , , . v Weeds that by the sacred portal of the Inner . nUnlf .'.'Jj.VhlTheart deflllnff. bearlns blttorneaa and woe; ' Then, perchance, we may havo lelsnre o'er our nolK1'1""'" watch lo keep , All (hn work assigned us flnlshod, we before hia floor mav sween : Show him where the most la clinging token ever of docav Whore the thistles, thickly syringing, daily matt be cleared away. But, slasl onr work neglecting, oft we monnt the tMrlirmntil sajtak r With hie fallings, hla omissions, we onr weary brother erect; In aome hidden nook forgottaj),...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 24 May 1872

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, MAX" 21, 187?. Republican State Ticket. ."mRveAott-ALLEN T. WIKOFF. JmLp of Jfcnrem CuiipI-JOIIN WKLCMI. Jtmbr Uoord JPh. lUrit-U. B. I'ORTKR. SENATORIAL ELECTORAL. JOHN C. LER, ALWIONSO HABT. VT would call especial attsnllon to the bl - derdasrt dished up fur th Brnlintl or lest week over th nam d plnmt of "Justice," od Intrn- J ded for rsply to " D " Hut appeared ia tlx Journal tb weok before. It" only needitobe read to bo appreciated. " Juitice " wai tevr, mare gnucly iniulttd. The Ooneral Conference of the M. E. Church' no if in evasion in the city of New York, hare elected eight Bishop of which number Ohio Cometh in for the lion 'a ehare. Their names are aetnllowa: W.L. Baiiaia. B. 8. Foster, Thom as Bormaw, J. W. Wittr, 8. M. Merrill, 0. II. tin, J. T. Trck and E. 0. Amprkws. D it ton ia again suffering from the preraleoce of emallpox. The disease hae been apread by unscrupulous persons gathering up clothing of millpnxpstients and taking them to ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 24 May 1872

rabllsnad Zrttj Friday Mernlag fcy JAMES TiniraoNs. TFltTIftt Ob tnpf ,nn year, In advan" On eopy,lx month . Oaa flODfa ilira. nnnthii .. SI 6 1 00 Itatei of AI'l,,nS' Oniugiramt Inaertlna 1 Bach subsequent Inssrtion H Bolnma for I month-' 2 eolnmn fur month' St I T 00 11 08 Milnmn f..r U months" J9 00 l column f..r months 10 00 column for month! ia oo 80 00 12 00 H column for 11 month column for 8 month U column for month 11 00 W column for 11 monthi 40 U0 i column for II months Administrator' or Executor's Notice li 00 i 00 Basinet cards, not czeccdinc 4 lines. 1 year 8 Vatic ia local column, per line--" 10 JOB PRINTING, Of crerT description. executed in a stvl. defr laf competition, and as cheap as can ba done cliewhere. We ;lv onr personal attention to II Job Work, and allow none bat flrtt claaa work to tear the office. Call and examine spec- lata. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. oiNasoura. coixo xobth. A.M. P.M. f.M. A.M T.leie-. '11.10pm t.lO.Cnstar 3 20 8. IS Farrvib'gli.&am...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 24 May 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. IJvb wm the first bone s port. I50SKF.B haa refused f 3,000 (or Slur- tie, IVirF are some comic pnpcrstlic sharp est t . When they are filed. . A citizen of Llltle Rock, Ark., spelled his name Siniht. lie was arrested. Tiittnn aro but threo steamboats on all J the navigable rivers of Mexico. , Whrk is butter like Irish chlltlrcnt . .When It Is niado Into little pats. -:' I)iVirRNT)S are applied tokcen the pol- lor In force In the Washington Lifo, of .war York. ' Bitr who marries a man as a "irood . match" must not be surprised if ho turns out to bo a Lucifer. Caufohnia bonsts of an orchard of four hundred and twcnly-Rix acres, and over seventy-five thousand trees. Oiidivahy lnborers In Dublin receive iSlxty cents per day and skilled laborers one aoiiar ana a Hair. Tiiehk aro one hundred and seventeen steamboats at the bottom of Arkansas River. It is believed that they only carry uinu ui'iun as passengers. An industrious nosolotrlst has estimated that there are about 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. — 31 May 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. AWFUL. Awrm. Istha word. Kvry awfnl mlnnM For 'II. an awful world. With iwfnl nrok In It; Bom ara awfnl ahntt ' " - And nro awful tall Borne ara awfnl lanrn, - And Mm ara awful -ara awful fat, ; ' i ' a Ani torn are awfnl Man, , Benin ar awful (rood, jjAnd soma are awful me i, , loin girt, ari'awfnl ""nr. I Atid unrni re nl nwnet, 8om wesr awfnl rhlirnoiia, Andn"''fH '"tj ri Bomnre awful allent , J 4 And Homo talk awful loui, 8om am awful model, And aoine are awful proud. Horn" chap, ara awful allly. v And somaare awfnl wiser I fSomn wear an awful mustncba,' 1 And anrm lia.vc awful Drtt(h4,' ROTatue their iwful hart, Ho awful soffare found, That mold's awful darts Their awful core hare found, And fl 'tla awfTil, awfnl; f Awful la the words '" From avefy awfnl month f. ' Home awful thine are heard; Some folks are awful nice, m Borne Rlrls are awful pretty, Soma men are awful wl,o, , Home women awful witty, , la the awful mnri.lr.i7, Krom awful p1!-j1 we wax". 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. — 31 May 1872

gwgsburg gcnraal. .TAKES TIMK0N3, Editor. FRIDAY, MAY 31, T87S- ... LI... .. '" Of 14) German newjipn in th .eotvatrr km 8 thus fur hurt (totlircl far Gttsii.HT, nd nnly 4 of these art daily, namely, on in Cljm t and, on la Chrcsgn, nn in St. l.oui, iml om in )vr Oveie. Vt the wbt.it number abml li'tfin daily. Yton. Wm. Kbavi of Toledo, and Utu. P. C II am editor of th Bryan Vv r tlx dele, gate lo represent this District in the Jisnlcna R 'pubfioan ConTentlon, lo hi hale1 at fhiladal .Ma en eeil Wednesday. The rtsflj iH lit bly sod .ell represented by Ins, gantloman. OoTeVeday IMiOemin eommlttad mlcldo iti Cineitinsti,!) Jumping rrom th suspension iidgilo4b rlrrr,i disUnciof 89 fact. Th ' tvtioT laid ft German g reitly under lh influ neof lienor had paid hi loll inditartsd scross ft Iwiantjl prarkiu, bat II was anl poaltive 1 known thai tht fietiM wss tha umi person, ai bit bod not recovered. . i m m A Kansas farmer, in Summer onB'y.nwn fll.Whaal T .cattle, ind eonlsaaei akirjt for ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 31 May 1872

aMUae ltw TrUr Kml j JAMES TIMMONt. TFMlWHt Oee 4vaae .. r it opr,oa On (ofr,itt ernetht Da eoav. tbri ootbt I 9 0 ( Artllif. OnUainiiilu.HlM,i,i "'"I 1 V fcaeh aaaaeaaent Ina.rlioa enlnmnfnrl tanalne- 4 enlniM fur taamhe--14 enlama ft It tannine li olnma for 3 Bitaithl.. T M It tl I 0 IK BO an o it it M 4I T6 Of Henlnwii t 4 oniha-"' ..collimator 11 ametha )i eolarct for I awarfb- if anlaa. for wiowfh - enlaainfnrl! avmfh- i aoluain fur It BKintbe- ArimlaUratnraorSaawaa Nolle." J 00 Rmlimi aavda. ut eaeaedln 1 line. 1 7r ..... aYtiea la Ineal eMune.Mr llaa- I JOB PletNTINO, Of averr oWrlnloo.eteete4 la atrte Wr laf enaipaUltnn, 4 at cheap can a Aim alMwaar. Wi lv aa paiwaaal attention In II ink Work, wi altow ona bat ret laai wort te leave the uffloa. Vail and z taara ipa' Jaa.n. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. eixeterav . Ml ICO HOtTH tm, am. t.n. .jJo" II.IOtm I ,M Coitir r.M. A.M. 310 111 SSI 147 l.6 r.rrjab'f It 47 9.f Milton 4.02 4.14 4X4 Vloeelitoa- 1.0 HallPra'e 1.44 Haaklm...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 31 May 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. Wn at come after cheese T Mice. " A Noopf.'PArEn The marriage certifl cnln. v TnnwB arc 51,000 Chinamen In Cuba. Bono of tdb Garden Seed Lay me In my little bed. I)mrF.itnH are applied In the Washing ton Life to make the pollclei larger. "If all the world were blind," said an Irish clergyman, "what a melancholy sight it would be." Had cooking on the part of the wifo Is held, by a Texas Judge, to bo good ground for divorce. Tub Into earthquake In California Is now .known to have alTected an area of about 750 miles long by nearly 500 miles broad. A aoTttt, of canvas, equipped for a six weeks' stay among the Thousand Islands, it heing mado in New York. No circus performance has ever been given in Norway a fact that has induced an English manager to move thither. Tub Jollet (111.) Penitentiary now has 1,508 convicts, which is a larger number than is confined in any other penitentiary In the United States. IIenhy Miller, a convict in the Mich igan Penitentiary, at Jackson,...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 7 June 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. Miscellaneous Reading. THE OLD MEN'S GRANT MEETING. BY JOHN H. HAYES. Wai.L. wife, we'r had k meotln' at school- hon.e on the hill. And I wan chosen Chairman to keep tha old men illl, BntI fonnd T couldn't do 111 each nun down hit . . cane would plmil, . And thont with nil the vole he had, "I'm Roln In 1 lor Grartl" We talked abont the past four years, what great things hud he-ndonni , How the nation's debt had melted llko the mow before the son , . r. We said, to keep It melti', do a better thing we r-ii'f, ' 'Than in stick and hang together, and alt go In for Orwt, We all looked through onr spectacles upon the nakeil facts. Then drew tho veil of rVarlly o'er giant 8'imnor's aits. v Wesald, "We-like yot , tsumncr, but go yonrway we e nn't" Thon mado the school house echo with a ronslng eliout for Grant. We didn't have much chailty for Trumbull or for Sehiira; They aland around tho party gnto a pair of snarl ing curs; . Their speechn cannot harfn n, nor make G...

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 June 1872

JAMES TIMMOHS, Editor. FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1872 The Philadelphia Convention. GRANT AND WILSON NOMINATED. Harmony and Intense Enthusiasm. Ths delegates assembled in Convention st Philadelphia on yesterday expressed tbe will of Ihe Republican parly throughout the United States, by placing iu nomination UaneratU. S. Grant. Tliere were 732 votes In Convention, roqu'r. i,igS7T ncoessary to a olwice. We hae apace only this week for Iho fl li'wluj from the telegraphic account o( the nrooeedings t ntci.iniNa Tn vor ron runinsxT. All the Htstes and Territories having been called, the Chairman announced that the cn ...i. ... 752 in all. having been cant fir L'tysaes 8. Ursnt, the lalter wss, therefore, their nominee of lltla Convention as lie cnudi date Tor the Presidency, auild tumultuous ap plause and cheering. Th minventkn rose m suites together with the audience, singing th livnin, "Glory,; fllnry, Halleluiah," and tlio band playing "Yankee Doodle." The cheering and singing ciuiiinued for som...

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 June 1872

Perrysburg Journal. Fnbllshsd Ersry Frldsy Homing by JAMES TIM PIONS. T Tit 111 On copy, one yur.lo sdrsncs- On np7,tii month On cop j, Mire months II 50 1 00 JO llntei ot Advertising On ifiisr on Inssrtlon Esoh subsequent insertion M oolnmn for J months-' i Column for month H eolumn for 1 monlti onhtmn for month W column for monlh .. ... y$ eolumn Tor 12 month U column for S month u eolumn for (I month 'x column fori J month 1 anlamn for 1 month Administrator's or Executor's Notice Business csri'j, not exceeding S linos, jre" Nulices io loctl column, per line t 1 no SO 7 00 12 00 20 00 10 00 18 00 30 00 12 00 22 00 40 U0 76 00 i 00 6 00 10 JOB PRINTING. Of Tery description, executed In s style defy ing competition, nd cheap can be don elsewhere. W jriTe our persons! attention to II Job Work, and allow none but first class work to tear the office, tall andexamiuepec (mens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOINOSOCTH. O.OINO NORTD. . a.m. r. Toledo---12.10pm t, Perrrsb'gl2 34 8 r.u ....

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 June 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. A Bbab View Storms ft-brewln. A wounded reputation Is seldom cured. Hvb came originally from Siberia. IIr who avoids temptation avoids sin. Mit.l Phivii.eob Kisslnjr a factory girl. KNtonta of Tnis Golden Chicle Bridegrooms. The eyes of other people are the eyes Unit ruin us. One mensure In which civilized na tions aeree The churchyard. Mending a clock is an effectual way of Improving time. Wrat fruit docs a newly-married conplo moRt rcsemblef A green pear. The enforcement of the liquor law In roitlimd costs the city $1,000 dully. It mny always be considered a grave mistake to miry a man alive. .No art can tench which docs not move no art can move without teaching. Germany Is visited annually by 20,000 Americans, who spend there no loss man $20,0110,000. WrrnorT health we can enloy no for tune, honor or riches, and all other ad vantages are useless. A ten-year-old necro clrl In .Tessa inino County, Ky., pulls the scales down io xuu pouuus. Eimoi-B Is supposed to conta...

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 June 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. H.—UMBU—G. BY SLOWCUS. Which I wish to observe, And my language la plain, That for running a curve, And avoiding the main Great questions nl issue, H. Greeley's Convention was not hold In vain. " II. O." I hit name, And I will not deny In regnrd to the Mme What these letter Implri But tint n m b ii Hta between 'em I a fact on which you may rely. It waa Mar-on the third Ana quite oft whs the game. Though nary a weird S.ilil the sharps 'bout the fame. Till they suddenly centered on Horace In a wuy that 1 cannot but blame. The trick to be played Wan to hnrnswnggle Grant,' Althoinh what was said Was hut buncombe and rant ; Though Gr.-elcy was n't there he 'd a hand In, Ami furnished the most of the cant. The ballot and vote For "ono .idnius" wan bosh; Likewise jtoh might note That Grata Hrown would n't wash ; Then Davis, and Trnmhuil. and others Played low to the " Galvanized Hquash." The dodcc then played Were quite shocking to nee ; Though objections were made T...

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 June 1872

IMMOJIS, Editor. FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1372. FOR PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, Of Apporaittox Courthouse. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, HENRY WILSON, Or Massachusetts. Republican State Ticket. .Secretary of Slalt - ALLEN T. WIKOFF. Jndgt of ihiprtmt fWl-JOl!N WKl.CH. Menhir Board Pub. Hots-B. B. PORTER. HKNATOAIAL 11.1'CTOHS ! ,10m C. I.EE, ALP110NS0 HART. Of nearly two hundred Republican papers Iuwa not one support Grkki.kt . Reports of severe ruin slnrnis mid Honied streams, with the destruction of bribes od oth er pmpertr, come from Illinois and Mi.-ouii. ?! t . mi Tin is the kind ofenjnlery used by the N.w York Sim to induce Democralio support uf the Cincinnati ticket : "It (.11 Democratic statesmen j..in in support ing Horace Greeley, President for single lrin, in 1872,omJ Ihry uill Sate a We fiild ia 167(1." That is comforting to tlie Liberal Republicans. They are to be used to clenr the ground fur Democratic crop fun rj ears hence. The Philadelphia Convention. A full report of iho proceeding...

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 June 1872

Perrysburg Journal. nbllihed Trtry Frldny Morning by JAMES TIMMOAS. TERMS: On copy, on ?ar,ln advance On eopj.slx months ' 100 On oopj.thrs month 40 Rates of Advertising. n,nr on F.aeh subsequent insertion-' 80 lA eolumnforS month 7 Off K colnmn forO month 12 00 Wootamn for li months JO CO A column for (I month 10 BO y$ ooluinn for month 18 00 column for 12 month 30 00 U colnmn for I month 12 00 W column for 9 month 22 00 W column for 12 month 4t nO 1 nolo mo for 12 month 75 00 Administrator' or Kseculnr' Notice-" 100 Business csfds, not exceeding; 6 lines, 1 yer t 0 00 Hotiee In local column, per tine 10 JOB PRINTING. Of srerT description, executed In a stvlo rlefv- inf competition, nd cheap can be done elsewhere. W frire our personal attention to all Job Work, and allow none but first dsns wort to tear theoflice. tall and examine spec Imen. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OlMOaOUTO. eOINOKCBTH. a.m. r Totedo-.-12.10ra r A.W 20 Costar 4t Milton.. .-3 .3. 4 67 too 5 09 8 24 PerrTb'...

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 June 1872

Sumner and Schurz Fully Answered. Tho went mnlignAnt Mtarki In the iTnlted State Senate, by Rpntttors Bum Tier and Bchuir, opon the Administration, were fitly anftwr-rcd on the 8d by Senators Carpenter and Logan. We give the tele graphic report of the speeches of tho lat ter gentlemen; SENATOR CARPENTER'S ADDRESS. WASHINGTON, June 3. Senator Carpenter replied to-day to tho penchos of Sumner and Schurs . The Senate Kallerlcft were crowded. Mr. Carpenter on Id the Senate had been quietly proceeding Tilth public business, when the preamble and resolution Intro duced by Mr. Sumner, In relation to the sale of arm, came on the chamber like clap of thunder out of a clear iiky. Ait soon as the preamble and resolution wero read every friend of the Administration saw that a full Investigation was necessary, and the resolu tion could have been passed In ten minute, fcut Mr. Sumner, bv Initiating on the pream ble, forced on the fcennte a debate of two 'weeks, though at tho end of the debate he ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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