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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 March 1873

Perrysburg Journal. fiblliha ZrtTf Friday Xorninf by JAMES TI.1INONS. TERMS: copy, nne rmr.lii Out copy, ait month On copy, three month 1 00 to TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOIBO tOCTB OOIKO KCHTD . r.n. A.M. T.M. T.U. Toledo- U,.50m .JO Custer S 12 S...HI S14 .9 3.28 4.4 H 42(1.05 3 U 8.15 Perryeb'g 1.14 ( 44 Milton Roaehton I. M .A9lWston.. lO.OOjTontngsny It 0 Hsakin HtillPra'e Haskinc l.JIJ Tnntogany 1.44 Weston .0l Milton Ml Oailif" 3.13 10.12 H ul ITrairir 3 63 10. 2S Roaehton-.. 4 00 10 3(1 l'orrvsbarg4.IO 10.38 Toln'do 4.34 6.17 0.T4 7.00 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. r.w. S.liOnstsr -t.lO l illon A.M. . ..8.81 . ..6.88 ..7.IO . ..7.80 ...8.08 ...8.12 . 8.27 .8.42 ...2J T.lein Perryebttrg; Ruschton Hill Prairi tlaakin Tontngany Weston Wilton Custar 4.24 Walton .... 4 .40,Tontogany 4.44 llaskine-.-- 0 Prairie 5.30 Roschtou C00,Porrysburg 8.08 Toledo PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. V A. M .8.20 leti-. i .. fl.iOiPerryabiirr Bast Toledo 8.211 Bilii .Siilt TrackB.ni Hates Side Track . 8....

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 March 1873

SCHUYLER COLFAX AT HOME. A Grand Ovation at South Bend, Ind. SOUTH BEND, March 8. after dayllcht the people from the rural districts bean to assemble In ' f m"h.Bend making their way to the city . o.i .mu8 ui ronyeyances, on horseback in ft on foot, These arrivals, Joining the residents of the citv. ed the streets. rendering locomotion rather difficult on me ousiness thoroughfares. A. laree number of houses were decorated with - ?? ,f rarth o( July appearance. Mr. wiraxi name was on every toneue, .coupled with expressions of sympathy and regard. A platform and seats Thad ".r on th8 Court nouse porch, k l'd et U the square in front which had don,i duty in many an exciting; meeting during thelart political cam JJ f n' tad been refitted for the accommo dation of the crowd. The train which 1 ore the ex-Vice-President was to arrive at 12:83, and as that hour approached the people made their way to the depot and r crowded around that structure until It Was almost shut out of sight. At noo...

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 March 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. THROUGH LIFE. . . , . Wi sbht the ((Ifti that every season betra, And fct them (all unheeded from our ffrMp, : In our irreat eaenrnese to reaeh unit clasp fae promised treasure of oar coming fwl Or mm we mourn noma grant good passed away, Ann, in tne shadow of onr irrii f shut In, i Jtcfimo tan learer good we yet mtgnl win, The effwi fnac and gladness of to-day. So ihrotiRh the chamber of onr lire we pass, And leave them one by one, and never stay, Not knowing how much pleasantneea there wa In Cftrh until tlt rliMldir of the door Han the himso and died —Chambers's Journal. THE LITTLE PEOPLE. Sun little feet, how yon wander and wander, Little twin truants, so (lent, Soar little head, how yon ponder and potidor - Over the thlnga that 7011 moet. Dear little tongne, how you chatter and chatter Over yonr Innocent lore, Ohl hnt the house I alive with your olatter Shaking, Ind'jed, with yonr nolle. Can't you be qnlot a moment, aweet roverf la there no end to your fun...

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 March 1873

Perrysburg Journal. JAMF.V TIMtfONS, Editor. Hl tm;iLICAJ.rANl II Til COUSTT. tridat; MARCH 28, 1873 Republican Ticket. Far Member ef the Conitltntloaal Ceaeeatlea, Aomnn oook. . L! Republican Township Caucus. The Republieaat of PerrTsbnre; Tnweshie are hereby rrqncsted lo ami at Liar's Ball, ia the Tillage of I'errysburf , atarday Eif, Mare. t, 1ST1, Te aomlnate candidate! U be tepported it Ihe Maine Tewnehlp Bleotlea. All persons desiring a reform la lb aiaaagemenl of anr tewaahia afftln are aordially Inrlted toaltand MANY REPUBLICANS. Republican Corporation Caucus. The Republican electors of tht Incorporated Vlllayt of rerryaburg art hereby requested lo nfl al Liar'a hill, oa Taeaelay Freeing, April lt, T3, to aoaaiuite candidates la ba supported at Ilia ensuing Corporation Election. MANY REPUBLICANS. All tha "IiHimIi" but nna, roUd for lha (rand Cong retsional grab. Tbia la a pretty fair sara- pla of Ihtir doctrine of "Reform" adrueated last fall. Tbara baing aa q naran preaeat ...

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 March 1873

Perrysburg Journal fstllia. Irtry Trlday If orals V JAMES T 1 31 HONS. TFKHUt II to fiii tif.ilinoilhi 1 a pj,lhr month nates ol Advertlslns;, Oa (quart nn Insertion-"- t 1 0 n T oo it oo 10 oo 10 oo is oo 30 00 11 00 21 00 40 U0 75 00 3 00 subsequent Inseruoo K olnma for I month H rolnmn fur month K eolama fur 11 month H anluma for month yi eolnmn for ( month i eolnmn for 11 month U eolnmn for ( month U eolnmn for month U eolnmn for II month t eolnmn for II month. Adminlatrator' or Eeentnr' Jfotlt. .. . .! a . Mnt MMl!n H I i n.fl . 1 Suainaa n - r - ear 00 Hotlce I local column, pr line 10 JOB PRINTING, rtfiviM deaarlnttnn.eieonted In a alvl defv nf competition, and cheap can be done lsswhv. We fir oar personal attention to work lo leave the office. Cell and eiemiuespeo- TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OlMOtOVTI OIICOKORTB. 'fatal.. .U.SOfm 1 .10 Colter --3 11 .- Parry' l.l it Milton 14 . ReasWe- 1.11 .Al Weeton". S.Z .4 HallPra'a 1.11 lt.OOITnntocanT S.42 6.06 Haaklni" 1.1 1 0.0...

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 March 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. A Hahttord baby weighs a pound and quarter, , - . A LotrisTiLlB Wfttchitiftker hM In his ponenslon an unlqae watch formerly own ed, by Jtfapoleon the Great. A intw volcano, with more trinn twenty Tent-holm, has heen discovered near Mo lcji In Lower California. A doo team with a sledge, near Ashland,- Minn., rcceutly made twenty two miles In one hour on the Ice. Clbrt over two feet lonir, urown this winter in Oregon, li nomethlng to boast OfVaod the papers there do It. Tub lrfRBT child born In Denlsnn City, TeitRS, a girl, received a present of a town lot from the railroad company. Thr law prohibiting minors from play inn billiards is strictly enforced at In dianapolls Tir the completion of the Texas Central Railroad, there Is now unbroken railroad communication between Chicago and the Gulf. -- A VoVak servant has serred a family In Terre Haute, Ind., for thirty three con secutive years,, and has $1,100 to show for it, M9 Hannah Janh Dttkb, a 500 pound girl, has receiv...

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 April 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. SHUT THE DOOR. Vtnv Ooano OmtAtrt Oo No 1I011M yon hr heard ttin nam riefrtfa boJt I""' weoldsbnt door aVfclafy fnifltiwtalstle.the win tnlftntfoet, ' AH" 'Hli I'tschlnn and tlirnat h tote, . 0 fUU he narer would that lb door. Ills father wnnld hsv, his moihar Implore, fJodfrny Gordon Gtistams Oors, renrty 4 wi,h yon would that tit doorl" Tn1r hands tony wrtinf, thlr hatr they tor, But Ondfrry Oordnn Gnstarns Onra M daaf m tha bnoy oat at the Nor. Wrimi he walked forth tha folks would roar, "ftortfrsy Gordo Hnsla.ns Onrt, Why don't yau think to that tha doorf Thsrr1rd ont Shatter with sail and car And thrmtmed to pack off OnstaTtis (lore ' "V a rojag ot pananea to Singapore. ' jot ha txtercd for rower, and said, "No moral ' ' Pray do not rend m to Slncapora 1 Oo a hoinr, and then 1 will shut the door!" ' "Ton win I" tali his parents; "thea knep onshorel mimi y.m hi. i r or mm piaffna la pore Of a follow that will nam shut tha door, Uodfroy Gordon Oustarns Oore...

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 April 1873

JAMES TI.HMOSS, Editor, FRIDAY, APR IL 4, 1873 Republican Ticket. Wt Member of tha Constitutional Coaventlon, Aflnnn cook. Republican Township Ticket. Tor Trusters, CYRUS WILLIAMH, JAMK3 W. ROSS, JOHN A. ROBERTSON. P.r Clerk, SAMUEL SMITH. ?nr Treasurer, . P. RAAB. Fr Afmrauor, 8IIIBNAII SPINK. For Constables, JAMES M. CHARLES, W. F. POMEROY, 1) ECA TUR VAN II E L L E N . For Supervisor Pi.lrict No , Republican Corporation Ticket. For Council, F. R. MILLER. A. R. CIIAMt'NKY, JOHN IIOLLIUEU. For Cltrk, I. K. IIOLLEXBECK. ForTruslee nf Cemetery, W. L. COOK. Sit teen hundred revenue fret publlo life May 1st. sjiesjore reltra Tbe Republicans of Huron County have nnrn luatei Hao. CojpRii K. Wsrao i their candidate for Constitutional Delegate. Tiia ConventicD emphatically conlomned tbe extra psy jrib of Congress. Garfield Requested to Resign. It will b remembered by the readore she Joubsul, that Gen. Jame A. Oak FILD, Republican Congressman from 19th DUtrict, received a little over 10,000...

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 April 1873

sa.lltfc Svety ttlikf MoraUf by JA.tlES TimniONS. TltWt . r,lo edraoe. 1 50 1 00 10 vac seey,ett months., at sopy, three months Itatet ot AdTrtlalDt;. 0i Iqnareons insertion ( Bach subsequent insertion t 1 00 0 T 00 11 00 10 00 10 00 IS 00 80 00 11 00 21 00 40 00 T5)00 ooiuma for I soontns M olnmo for months V column for II months Htolnmn for S months Column for 0 month. K enluma for 11 monlhi M column for I snnnth. " W column fori) montlii ... U solemn for 11 monthg l.ol. ton for II months. llaiaiitratnr'aorExtcatnr'i Knlices. Stsinest etrds, aot exceeding 8 lines, yeer jTeticss la local oolomn.per tine JOB PK1NTINO, t 00 I 6 00 10 fiTry description, eieented in A style defy leg compatitlnn, and cheep aa can ba don elsewhere. We give onr persons! attention to all Job Work, and allow none but first-class work lo leave the office. Call tod examine spec looms. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. maiocta om xokth. T.m . r.u. p.m. a.m Talaaa-.-ll.IOra t .10 Cottar 1 12 .3n Parrrib'C t.U I ...

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 April 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. A man who fired the prairie hag Inst been mulcted at Nebraska City In $ 1 78 damages. A Onnwrvrirrrm n t. . . fc - prize rooster Robipson, because Robinson ,., rit- m!h?f,Sl C:?Tiea to fti h" to serve out a long Crusoe, Tub Oneida Indians' of "Wisconsin nave a brass band, black theit boots, wear blue neckties and read the story papers. ,A pHiiiADKtPmA judge decides that Stealing a girl's photograph from her album is as bad as stealing a horse from a barn. Katb Grat, of Kansas City, married ner lover nan an nonr for the penitentiary sentence. . Newbubttoht. Mam.. h. rtaaaerl an ordinance forbidding organ-grinders to playjonger than, teu minutes on any TnH Government has established an nrvatory at Fort Gnrrv, Manitoba, Vhich is as nearly as possible the central spot of the American Continent. Thbrb is an orange tree at Ban Gabriel, Los Aneeles County. Cal., snppoped to be eighty years old, which Is said to have yleded in one season 6,200 oranges. Thk Chinese companies a...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 11 April 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. OLD NEW . j. i asttr WW HttUjfect .. ... , l'atlrr on the floor j New little faces j . K '' through the dodr V. i, . i , M New Utile souls ( .? ' i 4 Hi Sneak In love or strife; New III lip Angers a -TtarMlv clsBnnrowui f v wpitwiiaftTfc-iKlrilk .,." I , J,JiOlWd OUBrthavS grpW,i - Hllll Hie old volci' v -- i- , Kctio In nnr car, the. ulu laces . . . . Iiillowi.l sre anrMn-atri tftrlttrhs-wlt? friends -'- Who bav passed awey, , Live Is Snr affection-. Love has no decay j And f lit' 61(1 Words, ' spnkvn tornf ago. .Hoop III"! heart tender, . . , . Jluku the team How, If It I M t r t .. (11! OS ft .. a r.f i .. f . ) Thtrs New nml Old Mlugle In one, Each has tin blessing; And when life In dohc, Old faccs,-ulti friend Will meet us again . , Treasures long hurled "We nhall rouulrt ' All that Is lovclv, r .ii i I j. I . AllUmt Is trae,, j , . . . Will live on forever, " , .. 'Hie Old and the New.' " —Sunday Magazine. A QUEER COINCIDENCE. BY A CHICAGO EDITOR. In tt ...

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 April 1873

JAME3 TIMMON3, Editor. tm hpublicas nm inas cointt. f RIDAT, APRIL 11, 1873 its J!' J 1 , 3.'. a REFORM! Civil Service Reform Triumphant. The National Bird Presides with Pristine Dignity over The Results! Our people have occasion (or congratu lation over the results of the election on last Monday. None are better satisfied with the results than those who have la bored earnestly in the Democratic ranks for years past for a reform and mere eco nomical management of our township matters. The party lash has keen applied vigorously on some, and where they refused to stand it they were read out of the party. Others, more pliable, hare been drenched with beer and promised from year to year lucrative positions in the eorpt (U managt wwnt of township affairs. But the day for this kind of party man agement is numbered with the past, and we; record the results of the victory with pleasure : TOWNSHIP. RirrsLicixs. 833 DlHOCHATS. Trtult. Ottos Williams James W. Ross"".3W John Hshwind Joba A. Rob...

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 April 1873

abltthtd Itw; ttlUy X.ralar 7 JAMES TIIUBION. tihuii lit sspy,saa yttr.ii dTot. a py,sli moatba Oa py,lhrstmoatbs t 1 II Ralci of AtTrlil f. Oa Iquareeas InMrtloa aeh subsequent lnrtioa U olumforl months X solemn for mouths X solumn fur It months enlamB for I month! solumn for moutbs solum for 11 monlbt (obimaforl month Miami for 8 mnatbi 1 00 6 a r oa .... It 00 .... 10 00 .... 10 00 .... 18 00 .... to 00 .... 11 00 .... 11 00 column for 1 1 months ... 40 vO lama fori! montbi- .... Tt 00 ABtnialetrator'a or Executor's Fntlet- 100 twal.eaa aardi. Bot exceedlne? I linn. 1 year 6 00 tie ta tneal column, per ltn. 10 Marriare and Death Nntieaa FraB. ubitaarr Mottoes. Dr lino Ot JOB PltlNTING, Ofsvsrr deierlDllnn. executed In a atria defr tag competition, end aa eheep n aaa b don eleewhtre. vTt givs onr pcranaal attention to all Job Work, and allow nona but first-elsss work to lar th offie. Call and zaBlna spte (a. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. SSIXStOOTB OlMtlOBTB. T.U. P.M. T.U.A. 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. — 11 April 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. Tub Iprii'i weight of a Inmliel of corn litis bmn reduced in Iowa from seventy to sixty-eight pounds. Tits Buffalo authorities nro titklug measures to prevent pool soiling at the races there this season. Tuk Tombs prison in New York has been condemned by the engineer, and its demolition has been recommended. Charles Moork and Frank Morton have boon convlcted.'of sawdust swindling in New York, and sentenced to a year imprisonment and to pay a fine of f 1,000. 'ABobto girl who was married four years ago in a dress worth $5,000 may now be seen splitting her own kindlings nnd. doing her own washing. Titers Is an honest man in San Fran cisco. He is a tobacconist who has put out a sign reading: "Imported cigars of our own manufacture." CAST-moN monumcuts for the lioundary line between Oregon and Nevada are in process of construction at tho Occidental Foundry, San Francisco. .. ' ,--." Two young ladle, very well connected, have beeu sent to Jail for seven days In Richmond, V...

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 April 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. POETRY AND BUSINESS. BY MAX ADELER. ft kabw ftnm n exchanfo that a tnnl-tan ire triirtu In coniimiw a aerlea or alra In mdley T jirwwianer ailvertlarmrnta. The Idea m " n t hi k-ond one, nd It ha occurred to mo that I ir i'lt tbu tonmowr llltlo rM-rnnnn nj rwm.,H ttiff t,-vr adverlf;inonUi in fuitaulo form for adaptation to mutlc.j Ol eomt- Into thn pardon, Maud, And alt brneath inn roe. .... And me prance aronnd tlin beds UrcKKCil lu my Sunday clotlioa. Ot come and brlnit your nnolca, Maud, Your Hi and your aim la, . And lell Ihem Johnson made ny eoat, My waintcoat and my pant. C Oar y rnflnif Fermuain , Hom-lil h( rlasr Bonirht it at Mulligan's, V here Hie beat are. Whr-n ho wanta (lnc-tut, Hnnll for hi noae, Onvly yomiir Korcufon Ilurcnaaes thoau. At ftr not I love rou hreaupo the molfuwoa To" pnrcliaaed at Hlmpnon'a was golden and clear; he avrui. the auirar. the lellv In elawp. Tlio crackera, tho mack'rel, I know were not ucar. But when you come to me wit...

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 April 1873

james timxioss Editor. mTitSPtBLICAN PAVER IN THE COUNTY. FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1873 the a Republican State Convention. Wednesday, May 21, '73. HriTi Rirctuet Ccntru. A RxrcrTij C'OJIKITTXS Kuans, f Co.xims, Ohio, March 10, 1873 ) 2V tU RtpMiean Vuitrt of Ohiot Yur Annual Slil Convention will b held at Columbus, on Wednesday, the lt of Mny, 1873, 7r th nomination- ef candidate for tbe fol lowing nlllcn, Til.: GOVERNOR. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT. (Full Term.) JUDGE OF THE SLTREME COURT. (To fill Vacant-.) TREASURER OF STATE. ATTORNEY GENERAL. COMPTROLLER OF TREASURY MEMBER BOARD PUBLIC WORKS. The undersigned Commute recommend thai th meetings in the several counties for the election of delegates be beld on Saturday, May 10th, 1873. The Basis of Representation in the Conven ing will be One Delegate tor every Fire Hun dred Totei east fr Captain ffuorr for Score tarr ol State in 1872, and One Additional Del- rate for nr fraction of Two flondred and Fifty Votee end upwa...

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 April 1873

?ablUaad lTry Irldae Xernlag by JAMES TIMHIOSI. TKitraii Is ey,B yr,te d Oae eeay,sii eioath... . it to 1 00 t tepy, three month" IS Hates ol Advertising. I 1 00 Keh subsequent Insertion Vj eotamofor month S eolnmn fur A month E column for 11 monthi i en I mn for t month column fr 6 month J5 column for 11 month U column for t month jj column for ft month u .column for 1 1 month eo T no li oo 20 oo 10 oo is oo to 00 13 00 22 00 40 U0 11 00 I column 'or II mnntni- llminiitrtor' or Executor' Notice. jNiinst card, not acceding ft liocn( 1 ytr Relict in local column, per tin--" Marriage end Death Notice Free. Obituary Notice. rr line 1 00 e oo 10 05 jon PitiNTino, f rry daeriplinn,xcnled In a style defy- a .AMt.. ..ft mm ti.n a. e.fl h done Ifliwuirf. nt jmb"ii nH"i " all Job Work, cod alio none but firtelaes i i TIf . ...... I Mnnfinn Ia wcrk to leav the outoe. van ana eiamiueipoe luteal. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OiaIOCTB OIM KOBTB . f.. r.n. r.M.A.u T.t.j... .11 mtu 1 .20 Caita...

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 April 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. , A MuMrms lruly own uneven stenmbonta, una mo nnc is tinner lu-r direct nuinngc IT 1)89 born ileclrtnd In rrmmw Dm Tfnrtli crn l'nriflc Rnilrond ofllccg from Urftinord 10 t. raul, Minn. A WOOD-IIATTI.KH of Onirtlia lias old iro gilUdRnd by an Inheritance of ffiO.OOO irom a Montreal mint. Batiki'm baa encajted forty.flvc Indiana irom jicoraflKa, wiium lie intends to send to tlio V ienna Kxposltlon. Which the now Post -office In Boston Is completed the various newspapers will re. reive their exchanges direct by pneumatic iu itvn. Cotter two-cent pieces will become precious keepsakes in the remote future, i lie new coimipn act abolishes that coin nnu no-moro will be, put In circulation. Jmoic Kanaud, a native Indian, Is hold- injr His court at Taskeetown, Indian Terri tory, anil preaches every night during the Bcswon. lie ueiongs to tne liaptistdenom inatlon. The epizootic has been traced to lis fountain-head. It originated with the . ponies of the Pieirim Indians, and ...

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 April 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. UNCLE SAMMY. Poms men w horn for jrroat things, homo were horn for sniull; pome 11 in mil rvcortiea Why they were born nt nil; But yncle Bnmmy was curtail certain ho had a legitimate call. Borne wore horn with a talent, . . Homo with scrip and lands Somo with a spoon of silver. And Rnmu whii, .llfrN,,t hmnrl But Unele Htnunr came holding an argument hi cacn nana. Arguments snouted within him, And twinkud In hl little cyi; Be lay and calmly debated I yy lien average nnim-p i t, "And aeemed to he pondering gravely whether to ; , live or ate. Hut prejudiced on that niiestloii lie grew from day to rtny, -And Anally he concluded i'Twbb better for htm to Slav: And into life's discussion he reasoned and reasoned uu way. Tnromrh childhood, through youth, Into manhood ruiit'u iimu iiiKi" i lie; And he married a dimple maiden. Timugn scarcely in love was she; Bui hu reasoned the matter so clearly she hardlv coma ncin nut agree. And though at flint sho was blooming, And ...

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 April 1873

mutfouvj! journal. JAMES TLMMOMS, VMM or. ONLT RKPUBL!CVf PAItll l7 TUS COUNTY. FRtpAY, - APRIL 2 18 73 VOLUME TWENTY-ONE. With thin Issue Tiie TERiiYMiURa Jotn JAS commences its Twenty-first Volume. l?or twenty-one year, nj under ltnjn8 nt name, it has ntrnggled through mnny pleasant, m well as unpleasant campaign, end to-day id banking account may be represented i follow s . Vst are liappy In the thought, however, that there Is t much larger amount due us than above represented, which we propose to collect at an early day. Wt have no new pledges to mnke, but w - ill "stand by the right as Cod gives tie to see the right." Refused the "Swag." The Washington i"ir of Hie llih Inst., gives he following list of Congressmen who hire rslurnid to where it belonged the V. ri Tressury the "letronetlng $3,000 tompmm linn," Toted them st the Inst session t W. P Prregue, of Ohio. C. W. Willard, of Vermont. O F. Hour, of Massachusetts. H. W.Corbclt.uf Oregon. 0. L. Merriam.of New York. Joseph It...

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