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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 August 1873

Perrysburg Journal Published Every Friday Morning by JAMES TIMMONS. TERMS: il Pl4 la Adfamef. I ' aa Cy alt, Mrn tha. I OO TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OlMOIODTei IOIH KOT r.u . t . .. A "- Til,o.. .1J nrn .JD Co!r 2.(4 Prrrib'( I I Anaehtnn- 1 24 HnllPr' 1X4 II ekls-. I.IT Tonlngany t .47 Witon .. 2 04 Milloa 2.14 -" 2.18 144 Milloa 27 .' ".A We Inn". 2 te.00 Tnntngeny nin. skins I 12 HnllPrelrle 3 1 0 28Rfhli'i. .. 40 ia ... I'arrrabare 9 n lOSS'Toledo 4.14 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. S.lJ.Cuatar . .... .4.10 Milton 4 21 Weston 4 ,0;Tontngny 4.44 Haskin I 98 Hall Prairie- .!Oj Rnechlon .4.00 jPrrtburg-- e.OrVTi.Wdn r. tie-do PerrreBtirg Rnschton II ill Pralri Hiskin T'tntofftny Vt nlon Wilton Cedar ...t i ..4. it .1.10 ..i.o ...8.02 8.12 8.27 ..8.42 1.24 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. . leli H.lniPerryabnrg Kiel Toledo 8.1. Uvea Side Track". Parrrsburg 4.20 A. ...4.20 Palee Truck -4.42 F.ast Toledo .! Toledo Close connection ir-silo with irsine on the Plltshnrjr. Ft. Wsrnc Chlcegn Road ...

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 August 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. A TtMt recently caught In Red River, Tezastd a centlpade inside. A WTMAT.it Are company Is talked of at Lewlsburg, Pa. A MAiiAcncaiTM State constable fright cned a woman to death. Tim etport trade of Boston has more than floobled In two years. A band, of wolves has taken possession of thj poorhouso at Oskaloosa, Kansas. A maw with one le celebrated the Fourth of July by climbing to the top of Tike' Peak. Tiir piests at Mount Washington have snowballing for one of their amuse ments. Wiixtaai BcTLr.n, of Lcnoxa, Kan., raised 1,843 bushels of oats from twenty acres of land.' ' A touno gambler, aged fourteen, lately fleeced a membor of the Texas Legislature of $loo,atMaliUlogame." An41Io woman fears to go overland to CnlifdrTiia this summer, beeauso she would have, to go through Oholcrndo. "Gm: tjs water or give us death," cries the Denver Tribune. Most .Western men would prefer the former alternative. The grasshoppers of Iowa are addicted to bad habits. .Tbey chew tobacc...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 August 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. DO NOT SLAM THE GATE. Nov, flurry, pray don't laugh t mc But whrn yoti go mi late. 1 wlh jron wniildhe ranfiil, dear, To never slam the galo. For Bessie listens every night. And so doe leasing Kale, To tell me, next day, what o'clock Thi-jr board jon alara the gate. Twm nr-arlv ten, last nlht, you know, It ii t now 'it very laic ( talked about so many tliluit) un, mo not aiain me gate. t 1 Fof all Hie neighbor hearing It W III nay our riilure rate We've been dlsctisslne; ao I beg Yon will not slam the gale. For. Ihotifrh It la very Ima, I wish thejr would wnlt To canvas our affairs, nnlll Well pray don't slam Ihc gale. At least not now: by-aml-by. When In "our home" 1 wait , , Your i onilnc, I hall always like To hbar you slam the gala. For whether yon go out or In, Al early hours or late, The whole world will not tease mo then. About that horrid gale 1 THE LION. " A 'wntTF.n in Itntl and Water thus plcasnntly relates whnt lie knows of the King of Beasts: Thop...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 August 1873

JAMES TlttMON!., Killtor. mv ispiblucii nht ix the coim riUDtrAUqC8T 15, 1S73. Wood County Republican Convent'n Iu (I RrfMiean Cltctert n H'eea CWyi . ,: Ton ere requested l muni iu Mass Couen lien il Bowling (train, i n SnturdHy, August 23d, 1678, Al U o'clock In tie toreuoon. fur the purpoae vf lulling In nomination candidates 10 be sup ported it tht ensuing October ulseiUin fur the following officers, to-wlt I ., . Commissioner, Recorder, Representative, . , Prooesmieg Attorney, leSi entry Liireotur, Coroneri , Yea are all" reqneated In select twenty-eight IMldelegatea to I be Senatorial Convention, to ,e bald in Toledo, August JTth, 1873. In Hit organisation of the Couvenllon each township will bo entitled to th number of votes eeiguated ID the fellowiug ttiuie, tu-wti i r( for r.( for Sfererary itf Stnf. "t 2SS 124 Ml CaiiiVmon. 7 " 67 21 1 ii as ID 10 22 7 2 42 4 II (7 11 24 II Perryeburg Weston Mlddlelon Portage Perry Montgomery freedom 188 04 Troy 61 Liberty Ill) Visum Plain...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 August 1873

Perrysburg Journal PiblUhsd 1yt Friday Morning Ij JAMES T I ill MORS. Trunin t Copy On Year, OO II Paid in Advnucr. 1 ' Ona dpr tlx Month, - 1 OO TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OIN080CTD 00IN0 hOUTB r.u . T.M. Toledo-. .H our ( .JOiCostar ...-2.t4 0 P.rrvab'ir 118 Ml.Milton 08 II ul IPr' 1.34 K isklns. 1.37 Tnntogaay 1.47 W-stoO" 2.04 Milton 2 14 Ouster." S.I8 10.00 TonlnennT. 8 2Z. 10 l)2iFtaikin " 1 1 2 HnllPrslrle fl 2 6.42 i.43 3.01 0.25 10 SO, Perrysbiirg 3 48 10 38 Toledo '4 .15 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P.M. A.M. Tl!o 3.1J Custar .M Perrvsbtiri; -4.IO Milton 6.6 Ruiolilnn 4.24 Woston T.l Hull Prairie. ... s.SOiTontogsny 7.60 Hnkins 4.44 HnnkinR 8.08 Tnntngany 4.00 Hull Preiri 8.12 Waston 5.3(1 Rniiclilon 8.27 Milton .... .... .0.00 Perrvsburg 8.42 Ct a.OBToledo 9.25 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. P.M. . M loJi.... ... . . .20iPerrrsbi'rg -2(l ltusl f ntin .2li Hates Sine Track. S2 Bates Hide Traeka.lt". Esat Toledo H.44 Perrvsburg fl.J'I'Toledo 0.60 Close connection made with train on...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 August 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. Sevkrai, Iowa towns prohibit Uio Bale of itewnpnpcrs on Sunday. An n?ont of the flre-flond hits notified Clncinunll that It will bo her turn next. TinnTY-TiinEK persons wcro recently taken ill at Pittsburgh from ailing smoked whNltyU.;-, llHb foxes fire bcoomrntr a nnlsanco in Kentucky, l'lgs, poultry, und young latnbe mVffcr. Tim richest mnn in Denver In a Mexi can with an Indian wifo, and she loads the fashion. A bnow bank, four rods long, two rods wide, and three fuel high, remained in Buokland, Mass., in the middle of July. A Connecticut paper speaks of the reign of terror in that State because a man lias been arrested for stealing an urn brella. A Cleveland youth had his hand taken off in a planing. mill lately, llo was to havo Riven it away in marriago next day, anyhow. If Saratoga is the Bqthcsda of our nation, it is probably on account of the number of "pools" gotten up there ovory summer. Dvnmn a recent storm in North Cnro Una every telegraph polo for a milo ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 August 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. FLOWERS OF THE HEART. TAkhk are some flowers thilt bloom, TVnil4 by np'ln eym from their hint), Filling thu world with beauty uot of earth, And bcavoD-born perfume. Along Life' stony path. To many tolling pilgrim, cheer they bring, And of tcntlme (n liTlng glory spring Beside the poor man's heart li. Valrest of all the hand (Even at the snowdrop lift Its fearless hoad, In utorm and wind, unmoved, nnbletnlshcd), Truth') precluua blossoms itand. The doly' star la bright, O'or vale and meadow uprlnkled wide ana free, CSo to tho shadowed earth doth Charity viJrlng soft, celestial light. Oh, eticrhh carnfnlly The tender hnd of Patience; 't la a flower Beloved of God I In eorrow'e darkest hour 'T will riBO to comfort thee. 80, when all cite hath gone Of Jot and hope through winter's Icy gloom, Tho Alpine violet putx forth ita bloom Where snnbeam never shone. Strong Self-denial's atom Of thornn, claup well, for, if not upon earth, In paradise 't will bnrat In rosea f...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 August 1873

J1MKS TIMMONS, Editor. NL! 18PURL1C.11 PAPER IS THE COlXTf FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1873. Republican State Ticket. For Onrtrnor E. P. NOY'E For I.tetitenant-il.rrranr ALPIIOXSO HART. Tt Attorney -G neral. John littlk. for Contndltr, W.S.WILSON. IVf Member Board of Publlo vTurka, PHILIP IIERZINO. Fol ndgra Pliipreine Com, . WILLIAM WHITE, W. F. STONE. Republican Senatorial Convention. The Republican! of h 83 1 PcnnlotU) DIs wlct, aompiiting ih.eouutiea.nf I. neat, Fulton, Heory. Hancock, Pumia aud W.khI, art ra quested lo seleet deleiiaiee U attend the Sena torial Convention, In lia hold t Hie City of Toledo, August 27, 1873. At It 'clock A. M , for the put pose i( flucliift lo nomination twocandidatee for III" Slate Sen ate t repretenl aatd DiftiiM. Each county will b till tiled to one delegate fur each hurl dred, and one for arerr fraction of nrer H'ty Votet polled for Wiknfl, Secretary nt State, lam Tll. which will entitle eaoh eountr l the fol lowing numlernf delegates : Lucas 47. Fult...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 August 1873

Perrysburg Journal. ?abUhtd Ittry Friday HoraUg by JAMEit T l,.IMO!hS. TERMS: Own Copr Orni Yamr, tf O" It Ptld la Advance. I W C ipg Hit n mllm, TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. omtiooTB oome oi r.Bj r.u p.H . S.14 J (7 A.M. 6 5 8 OS 3 1 Toledo-. .11 JOr .20 Cnattr Prrrt'.T I I a 44 Mllti n Roaahtoa. I 84 We lir 8 10 KillKrt'i 1X4 I ..lief I 87 t.mtngeey I 47 W. '. 04 Milton ... 1 14 Qa.tsr- 1 18 10 OOitonintiirij 3 5ta.HH 10 tlj Hl in X 41 10 12 RnllPrairlr ti 8.43 I 0 M Roschlon-.. X 40 10 S IVrrvahvirg 8 tot 8.24 10 38 Tnledn 4. It LIMA ACCOMMODATION. , ..61 .8.68 T.l .T.50 8.08 8.12 r.iUdn hirrvaburg Itnschion .. II ill Prairia. R nkiat -Tnntngaay .. W.aton Millnn .. tOnatar -I.IS.Rnntir 8.IOIM ilton ... 4 21 Weainai ... . 4.40 Tnnt'iranT 4 44 naktn - i 00 Hull Prairia. .T tt..arht-.n .0.0 Prrrabarr ..8.00 Tularin 8.27 8.42 8.15 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. m. talt-.v. 8.2flin'errTahr' t.Ait T.fladn 8,10 lr Hiile Track l.i-aa HaTraokal.iia Faat Toledo " -Tjrrrshara! O.Jo'Tnledo...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 August 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. A St. I-oirm girl went to a photograper's and wanted a dozen "paragraphs" taken. A Trot man is spending $2,000 in a lawsuit about five and one-eighth Inches of land; Thr earthquake which visited Dun kirk, N. Y., shook the bottoms out of a largo number of wells. A discussion Is going on in Connect! rut In regard to the moral right of ono church to suo another. Fiiom Warren County, ICy., Is reported a marriage between a boy aged thirteen and a girl aged eleven. A i.adv In Hartford, Conn., gives no tiro that she will assume no debts of her husband's contracting. The Atlantic & Pacific Railroad are planting locust trees along their road, to bo used hereafter for tics. Utah has several thousand tons of wheat left over from last year, and Is now sending it to ban Francisco. A lUt.TiMonE duck swallowed a light ed firecracker, and shortly after felt de cidedly patriotic in its stomach. Aorockr a Iluntsville, Ala., found tho sweeta of death by falling head-first into a hog...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 August 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. IRISH COQUETRY. Uv Patrick to nidrtv, "flood morntn', mc dear I a nit v a sacrd I'vn got for ycr ear: yoiirsel' Mint in lnokln' so rhnrmln' tlis (lav Thai lhn hcarl In nw brest l fast slliipln' away." iiijnn inni Kin natiitcr." ii" minor renin'", in And miws lilm a Blnnce from her merry blue eyes, V Arrfth, thin," cries TntrtrV, "'tis tlilnkla avyon That's makln' mc heart-sick, me riarlint, that' thniH Pnre I'yp waited a lon while to tell ye Nils mnw, And llldilT Malnnr-y'll h r-lch a fulne Mine." 'rte llidily, "Have done wid yer lalkln', I pray; Hurc me heart's not me own (or thin many a la 1 ' t Rare It away to a (rood-loiikln' bor, M ho Ihlnkii IIiitc In no one like Hlclilr Million Bo don't hotht-r me, Pat : lint he al.y," ay hl". "Inrliule. If rc'll let me. I will thai I" m " lis a hit of a flirt that ye are nn the ely ' say. he, p hit : I II uot throiiblc e more, but I'll hid ye good-by." "Arrnh, Pal hrlck," cries Biddy, "an" wl;;-fe are 1 tho beet ay goo...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 August 1873

JAMES TIMMOSS, Vdltor. ..VJIepubucw hiii " tub era FllUKVY, AUGUST 20, 1873. Republican State Ticket. Top Governor K. F. NO YES. Fr t.icntenant-Uovernor AM'1I0N0 IIAltT. K..r Atlurtwv-O neral. JOHN LITTLK. for Controller, W. S. WILSON. For Membtr Board of Public Works, rimir IIEKZINO. Foi u.lgca Supreme Court WILLTAM WHITE, W. P. STONE. Republican Senatorial Ticket. JOHN T. NEWTON, of Lucas. WILLIAM M. BECKHAM, of Henry. Republican Representative Ticket. JOHN NOUUIS. RgjiifflcafwTTictet. For Cominisaionee, REZIN W. KELLY. For Prosecuting Attornev, JOHN A. SHANNON. For Recorder, JOHN CAMPBELL. For Infirmary Director, J. 1). LOCKIIA11T. For Coroner, I. A. NOBLE. Republican State Platform. 1 Tk.l IKo nrincirdea of th Party hereto- f,., .'.r.pll in it conventions are rearHimcd, and it i declared th.it event have proved that thir practical enforcement is "" n... r n,a momirv. and the maintena nc ol Ilia Interests, rights, and liberties of the people. o Th.t mtu rf!itnrm otir confidence i...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 August 1873

Perrysburg Journal Published Every Friday Morning by JAMES TIMMONS. TERMS: On Opf On Yer If Paid In Ail Tunc Oa Cnpy Hit Month . 1 60 , 1 00 Rates of Advertising. n.. . i .i. 1 1 o 4 7 fie 12 no 20 on 10 io is no SO 00 12 00 22 00 40 HO 75 00 2 00 "on saineciiteni inseruon X Oolamn for 8 month " 14 eolmnii for 6 month W onlumn Tor li monih JaJ onlumn for 8 month H column for mnavtli K column fur U montha JaJ eolnssa 'nr 8 mnnlli i enlasan for fl mntith sj ealamn for 12 month I e iltunn for 12 ninnih' Administrator's r Executor Notice- Business esnls, not exceeding 8 lines, 1 year---- v V, tiers In tnent column ,er line 10 M iftif and Death Notice Free. 0itrf Notice, per line 05 JOB PRINTING. Of eeerv description. executed in tyt defy lar competition, nnd cheap can b done Isewlier. We giro nr personst aitention to Ml Job Work, and allow none but first clsss work to tear the office. Call aud examinespce-amen. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. oiNaaovm ooiko korth p.m. r.M. T.iUdo-- .12...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 August 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. A OF.wnm.MAoniNE 1ms been nnmcd nOor Slinkospenrc. A Fkrnohman litis invented a process for making pnpor out of BlBfch. A New llAvrstnnn farmer ling worn a pair of boon for twelve yenrg. A California dog revcnlrd a murder ny bringing homo a lui man arm. Tnp. liultlnioro flro was caused by a rnnn throwing away a cigar stub. A PnovmfcM'K flrrmnn lias been con victed of stealiug a $ 300 shawl at a recent 11 ro. A Canadian Justice of tho Peaco fined n man three dollars for saying "thunder Htion." An old colored woman shouted herself to death nt Columbia, 8. C, tho other day, at a praycr-mccting. A family of three persons were recently discovered In tho suburbs of New York living in a sugar hogshead. English advertisements are commend ing "the American stove" as a "remedy for the high price of coals." Bepkoiui County, Pa., has a cat that lias received a regular course of training in the art of squirrel-catching. A L,ONf Island gentleman cultivates an clghty-wven acre flowe...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 September 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. HEART'S CONTENT. BY BARTON GREY. Turn lin fur over troublous was, Allow wluo valleys hliicM skies are bent, Vt'hcro sweetest fluwers perfume tho pleasant less Men cull It Heart's Content." And every pmw that rlrti tlie sea of life Toward that dear, distant Wo l turned for (lyo. Through treacherous calnur and slornry ihuals or Holdlng'irfrWlitftiTTrByr T ' Oft In tlio mtdtridjt lirotvn hSrk tKSts lmrkj ; And, as lliuy-v from each the clmlli ntro sent Comes hack the name across the water durk: "Wo steer tor Heart's Content I" For many an Isln there Is r o like, o like, Tlio mystic goal of all tliat travail wire, . Thatn'i ilia wave-worn keels on strange sands strike, (And Und an alien shore. I i , , , Mut ever a tlio anchor drops, and "alls , Front off tlio slorm-Brralnud yards nro nil an bent, From the lull mast-head sllll the watcher hails! "Lol yomlerl Uearl's Cuutentl" And so. once more llic prow Is seaward set. Hearts "till hope on, though waves roll dark a...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 September 1873

gcrrgsfcurg f0imtal. JAXKS TIM.MONS, Ktlltor. 0LV RhTl'IILIClN PAPER IX THE COUNTY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1873. Republican State Ticket. For Onvernor E. F. NO YES. Fur Lieutenant -fKivornnr ALl'UONSO HART. Fr Altnrney-Q neral. JOHN LITTLE. For Conlrnller, W. S. WILSON. For Membir Board of Publio Works, ,1'IItUP IIERZIXO. For udges Supreme Court WILLIAM WHITE, W. F. STONE. Republican Senatorial Ticket. JOHN T. NEWTON, of l.ucas. WILLIAM M. BECKHAM, of Henry. Republican Representative Ticket. JOIINORRIS. Republican Representative Ticket. Republican County Ticket. For Commissioner, Tttf'.TN W KKT.T.Y. Alir Proseculnigr Atlornov, JOHN A. SHANNON. For Recorder, JOHN CAMPBELL. For Infirmary Director, J. B. LOCKIIA11T. For Coroner, I. A. NOBLE. Republican State Platform. t. Tlint (he principle of tlie party as lieretn fore expressed in its conventions are reaffirmed, unit it it declared that events have prored that their practical enforcement il essential to Ilia wellare of the country, and ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 September 1873

Perrysburg Journal Pabliihed Kr Friday Morning ly JAUES TIltlRIONS. TEICKIM: tin Cop 7 On Ytar K Paid in Advance On Copy gig Montlii tt 00 . 1 to . 1 00 Rates of Advertising. On Square one Insertion $ 1 OjJ Kaoh subsequent Insertion-.. J H column for J month To" X culnmn for month U 00 X eolumn for 12 month 20 00 K an Inmn for a month 10 00 14 column for A month xi column for 11 month ! column for I month oolumn for 8 month W column for 1 2 month 1 milnmn for 1 2 month .... 19 00 .... SO 00 .... 11 00 .... 21 00 .... 40 no .... 74 00 A'lmlnitrtor'orhieeutor, notice... I uu lliiaineasords,not exceeding line, 1 year "0 Notices In local cnlitmn ,per line 10 M irrisge and Dcnlli Notice Free. line 05 JOB PRINTING, Of every description, eiecuted In style defy ing competition, nd as chesp fis can be done elsewhere. We (tire on r personal attention tn all .lob Work, and allow nono but first class work tn leave the office. Call and examine specimens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. TIME TAB...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 September 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. DunrquK'B first postal card wna enro. fully Indorsed "priviito nnd confldcntlul.'' A man In Wrioflson County, Run., went liisn.no over thu novel sensation of Tjelng out of debt. i . A Lafatf.Ttk (lnd.) boy who attempt ed to amputate s cat's tail now docs his seeing with 0110 eye. Owing to a feud lit a ball In Louisiana recently, the party whs fewed by the loss of four of Ha number. Bomb of the farmers near Fergus Falls, Minnesota, use shepherd (logs to care for their cattle, and build no fences. It has been twico judicially decided that a railroad passenger need not givo up his ticket until furnished a scat. A Kalamazoo, Mich., colt found a vest hanging on ft fence and chewed it up along wmi if ill 111 greenbacks in the pocket, A Kentucky engineer got to jawing with a woman, neglected the boiler, and there was an explosion which killed three men. Mns. Maky EUrr. who was Imnrisoned in Jacksonville, Fla., for having double the number of husbands allowed by law, uroKO ja...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 September 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. THE BUZZ IS OVER. (Tim writer Iim spcnt a portion of the punt Hum mer among iwran of minMiiillora. One of thorn led nlghl llck with rtniilt faintly shadnwfld In the poem. The mnatinito and writer re both on known to fume; hul Die writer cannot bar to we the hrare little hero depart to the aliadcs without pausing trlbnte. One mnaqnlto died lent night, One larire mnttlto dleu; lie breitrtied out bl mortal brath, And cloned hl Utile ere In death. While wlnde around bim lglwa. I know not wHmtce hi m to me, . 1 know not where hr'a gone) (I only miw him hi the air, And heard him bnar.InK In my hnlr vills uljj ruarchlnJjMt. v - - fffe tad a hungry hoot In prey lipnn my quivering rorni; ntn m amea dark ther tilled the air. And tilled my until with deep despair, IKiIure me garnering storm. I ring for him a little grave IleKlde bntter-cttp, And put him In hla little he.d, , 'And stvuWred aand araund hie head- Ilia lege are allcklng up. . 1 buried Mm'at fcd of night 1 Wi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 September 1873

Perrysburg Journal. J IM EX TlUflONN, Editor UR.IUY,.iKI'Tr.MBKi; 12, 1873. Republican State Ticket. For OoTornor E. V. NO YES. Pr Meotenant-Governor ALPIIONSO HART. For Altnrney-0 neral. JOHN LITTLE. For Controller, W. S. WILSON. For Merolvr Board of Publlo Works, (PHILIP IIEllZINO. For tidgca f nm-eme Cnnit WILLIAM WHITE, W P. STONE. a Republican Senatorial Ticket. JOHN T. NEWTON, of Lucas. WILLIAM M. BECKHAM, of ITenrjr. Republican County Ticket. For Representative, J OILV Nonius. For Commissioner, REZIN W. KELLY. For Prosecuting Attornev, JOHN A. SHANNON. For Recorder, JOHN CAMPBELL. For infirmary Director, J. B. LOCKHA11T. For Coroner, I. A. NOBLE. The Cincinnati Timet rays : " People In Ohio em to feci about as urgent a need fur the third party as a hen does far tooth-brush." TheOraflio Balloon didn't go up day before ycterday, advertised, but BaN. I1uti.jp, tha Grand Worthy Chief of Salary Grubbi-r did. The Democracy hold their Convention and Miss Meeting In this nine to-morr...

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