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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 October 1873

gcrrgsbtttfl g0ntu.1l aMlsb.d Ev.ry Friday Morning by JAMES TIMMOKS. TElllTIMi One Cony On Year If Paid la AS. i en 1 t Oo Copy 8li Mnnllia 1 oo EASY WAY Make Money ir Buying Goods Tito HEW Firm or WILLIAMS BROS & FINKBEINER. Two Fine Store Itcoms filled with everything you need in the Goods Line to mako you com fortable and huipy. Goods sold Strictly for Cash or Ready Pny, as the email profits we nsk on our goods will not al low of long-winded accounts. All bills must be settled in 30 or CO days, by cash or note. An examination of our goods and prices will convince nil ihut our demand for ready pay is but just. Our Motto is, " JLiv e and Let Live," and by square dealing we hope to merit tRe confidence of all. Taney ami Domestic Pry floods at WILLIAMS ltKOrf & V. A 'Fine Stock of Fancy Caasimetcs and Coatings just received nt W. I5JROS & F. Good, heavy Kentucky Jeans for 25 ets. per yard ut V. . & F. Freoli supply of Fancy and Staple Groceries at W. B. & F. 2ie s...

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 October 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. Salmon are appearing in thd Ohio River. Prunr" have been raised In Barton, Wis., this season. An Adrian, Michigan, farmer gold his load of wool, a few days ago, for $1,500. Tnis colored school population In Washington la 8,5!13. Titf, water in Laka Champlaln is lower than for twenty.one years before. Tub bones of a mastodon have been exhumed near Baxter's Prairie, Mich. Tun Cincinnati Industrial Exposition was attended this year by 507,658 persons. Thk six chief offices of the Erie Hall way divide $80,000 salary per annum. At Du Quoin, 111., recently, the sum of iu,wu was paia oui lor castor-Deans in one day. The proceeds of the taxes upon car riages and horses in England amount to nearly 800,000 per annum. It Is said that about 10,000 Swiss an nually go forth into the world as waiters and as ladies' maids. The spizootlc has finally reached Brit ish Columbia. It will probably cross the straits from Alaska and attack the Rus sian equincs. Fifty vessels laden with grain...

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 October 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. THE GOD OF PEARL. BY ELLEN FRANCES TANEY. flMHtrti, tV-t found rnentri the rippling Mne Of )TTt Kwlrn l,ake, a ronifh. harsh shell, Whose pearl-lined doors, enfolded, (rave. In view (treat TTiiililhft'n IrnrtL'e, f arved and fashioned well Of radiant pearl. The priest of llndtlha I' ll Thai "uod who Alia all nature, this cud do." How came It rhetef Yon unbelievers smile, Whose lluddhas other frn,i nd Kmlilwn lake. Yes, It In true, It rsme ihrotnrh priestly jrtille; They, In their generation wiu, did mk Th.ea-vmihr virtne of Din shell to wake, Thtflr Ood to glorify and mn btfillc. ThroVh what flerv panirs, or by what throe, The shell's strange owner could nth woafUr do, They did not know, nor inn I, wiser, "how Wlm spirit stirred, what stream of life ran through The creature's vuln, . day by "low day, grew The while pearl mint o'er the lead god, aglow With sonl of flume iind fire and leaping nine. The means were false, but clearly I lie llilng said, That "(tod ...

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 October 1873

JAMES TIMM05S, EdHei. FRIDAY, 00 COCEll 21, 1873. THE DEFEAT OF JOHN NORRIS. We deem It both proper and doe to the eltteena of Perryabtirft and the Republi cans of the county at Urge, to make a few statements In relation to the result of the efeetlon for Representative. While we can not regret the defoat of Mr. Noa ms, In so far as he is Indlvldoally con cerned, we do deeply regret that he furn ished the reawng for, and cause of It. The Republicans of Perryiburg, In 1871, were fully aware that Mr. Nomas was In favor of Bowling O-een as the seat of J -a-tloe and that he had advocated and voted fr 1U-removal to that town; yet they aided materially In his nomination, and aupported him cheerfully at the polls, be cause they believed him to be an honora ble man and that he would represent the views and wishes of his constituents felrlw nr1 Immr lallv. Indeed, if WO am rorrectlv Informed, citiz ens fPr rysb irg, oursclf being one of thn num ber, were the first on My 17, 1871, to request h...

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 October 1873

ablltked Ersry FrldiT Mornln by JAMES TIM "IONS. TEH It 11 On Copy On Yenr fl So if rsiii la Advance. On Copy Six Months 1 SO "EASY may Make Money T Buying Goods The NEW Firm WILLIAMS BROS & FINKBEINER. Two Fino Store Ucoms filled with everything you need in the Goods Lino to make you com fortable and hnjipy. Gooda sold Strictly Tor Cnfh or Heady Piiy, na the small profits wo nsk on our goods will not al low of long-winded accounts. All bills must be settled in 30 or 60 days, by cash or note. An examination of our goods and prices will convince allthut our demand for ready pay is but just. Our Motto is, " Lit o and Let Live," and by square dealing we hope to merit the confidence of all. Fancy and Domestic Dry Goods at WILLIAMS BEOS & P. . A Fiue Stock of Fancy C.issimercs and Coatings just received at W. BROS & F. Good, heavy Kentucky Jeans for 25 cts. per yard at W. B. & P. Fresh supply of Fancy and Staple Groceries at W. B. & F. Near stock of Corn City Yonat Cu...

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 October 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. Blow Matcium Long cngngcmeiit. A Moi.inr (111.) (tcrman lins' a TJILlo thnt was printed in 1518. Men wlw live on tho (tea. plinro nlinuld be ftblo to " harbor thoughts." A btonr nx wol piling 11 pounds wiis dug up at Frccport 111., recently. Mankato, Minn., mnkes a million matches a day, tipped with lucifcr. Tub Michigan Reform School had 818 "boys tinder instruction during Its Inst fiscal year. Rio coffee costs tho importer 23c In Brazil, and tho sumo cofleo is selling in New York at 22c. Capt. Jack's body Isn't to molder in tho gravo worth a cent, for he sold it In ad van co to an cmbalmcr. By her recent annexations Boston, litis now 19,100 acres, 21)2,430 population and 1705,715,813 valuation. Thb veto messages of Governor John A. Dix, in the year 1878, have been collected and printed in a pamphlet. TiierS is In Virginia City an old col ored man who has made about $50,000 in tho boot-blacking business. Foun hundred pensioners of the United States are resident In ot...

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 October 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. THE HAND THAT ROCKS THE THE HAND THAT ROCKS THE WORLD. THE HAND THAT ROCKS THE WORLD. BY WILLIAM ROSS WALLACE. Hl.MwimiB mi Hf-hwwt4 M Wwww 1 A turd guard Its irciigth anil grace In thu piiljicn, cottage, ImvcSr v , . O, no matter vt-licrc the plaHr-l Would that never torHn,HnUtl It; Kaliibows ever ffi'Mlv ctl'lt i Kor the band thai rocki tw cradln la the lifpd tha rocka Uia-warld. i flfh frfiiItM.:. i' . Mother flrt lo i flrt to iriiUlo the Mreamlcta: From mem aouja nnrcjiting grow, . Grow on for the (food or evil, Hnaalitoic streamed OMlarkncaa hurled; . For lilt-Lund that nrka Iho cradle . ,. U the hand 'that fork thb world. Woman, how dlfWT mir mlwlot ?"t ' ' Here noon our ta.'0od t J. JL yf X V Keep, O keep the young oul open Aliiv to th bfi efOodi All miiiitro ill nf U a' I ; Are from Mother Love impearleu; For the hand that rocks the cradle Itutte hand kMVocka Ihuwurld. ri ; nLliftrRlrla, f ! dcn rnlihlc, fe JttiajiiiK jet fciieh yonnir heart, 1 Iiipimn...

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 October 1873

AXES TIMMOXS, Editor. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1373, THE OHIO ELECTION. re- Oar foOvlngg J1V17 .2142.'i . 10,'IHl . 1 ."71 Wi oub'.Uh this morning the fall turns of the Ut election. jrWe the fallowing results Koyes, Republican.... . .... Allen, Democrat Stewart, Prnhibittnit Cellini, Independent toUt 8,394 ill-.', nlnr.lilv 808 T-..I i. 1871 (20.4: Falling. iff tbis yr SlMt 1. r nl . IKDnl The KoDUblloin low, m compared with th vote cast for Wlkofl Is 61.113. The ftemocratto loss as oompired with the rote cast for Wiley, is 87.153- Tito exam of Eepubllcan loss Is 15, 63. Kow, whatever satisfaction the old war horse Democracy cm jret from these tig- ures they oueht to have, rollrlclais throughout the country will readily see tholrslimlfloano, and perhaps af.ar the N Vt.rk H'orJ and the Eaauirtr have flnlhed their first enthuilasm, they will open their eyes to tha factthatjthe vlct.ry of the Doinocratajln this year of graco Is a purely asolJenUl one, and proves almost anyt'ilng rather than...

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 October 1873

gwjijrttttg gfoutnat rsbllth! If Frldsy Momlnj by JAMES TIM (HONS. TBiinii . . v in vnpT vno i ear $1 to If raid in in Advsne .iii.ui. 1 (Ifl Oat Copy Six Months .... i . 1 00 EASY WAY TO I MakeMoney Buying Goods Tho NEW Firm OF WILLIAMS BROS & FINKBEINER. Two Fine Store Rooms filled with everything you need in the Goods Line to muke you com fort able nnd happy. Goods sold Strictly for Cnsh or Iteudy Puy, ns the small profits we osk on our goods will not al low of long-winded accounts. All bills must be settled in 30 or CO days, by cash or note. ' An examination of our goods nnd prices will convince nil that our demand for ready pay is but just. Our Motto is, " Li e nnd Let Live," and by square dealing we hope to merit the confidence of all. Fancy nnd Domestic Dry Goods at WILLIAMS BROS & F. A Fine Stock of Foncy Cassimurcs and Coatings just received at W. BROS & F. Good, heavy Kentucky Jeans for 25 cts. per yard at W; li. & F. Fresh supply of Fancy and Stnple Grocer...

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 October 1873

ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE. An Eloquent Oration by General John A. Logan. Hie-'Rcvnnth ftununl reunion of. tbo Army of tTio Tennessee, itt Toledo, Ohio, win ftfioVtble oUeflng of the -Jieroe of the le tfs.r. A' host of dlsMngulicd cuesU. were present, mid. addresses were delivered by President Grant, Uenernls Logan, Sherman, Sheridan and others. The oration by General Logan was sub stantially as follows-: The Anhy of the Tennessee tn Hot limited In Ita scope, the theater of tie operation end the extent of its nnirchre.onfhpreheiHllnff wlihlu tlii'lr bound on arc en-nlrr than (Ireuce and Macedonia in their palmiest days, and Krcatur than most of the li niltiiK kingdom of Knrtrpo nt tlio present day, rvachluff from iho Missouri River on the north nearly to the (tulf of Meilro on tho south, and from the Hed lilvcrof lotilxlnnn to the Atlantic Ocean. I.ct tin take, a hasty ulnnce at Its oivra. Hons, hcinninir with tlio well remciuhorcd acence of Belmont. From thence onr nitnda follow rap idl...

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 November 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. JOHN HOWARD PAYNE. [Mr. John G. Saxe's Ode at the Dedication of the Payne Monument.] Tn nm who Mng of "Home, Xwiwt Home," in strain no nwi-ct thu nlmplo lay JIM tlirHk-d k million heart", w com A untlnn'ii Brno-till debt to pay. Vet, not for film the htmt we mlno; " Ah, no I e.n llfeleM Up prolong Fsmn's trumpet voire? Tho pom i praise LI vol la tb miulc of his ong I The nobln"r1ofl we fondly leek To honor with applauding breath; Unheeded fall tho word" wo ppcak. Upon "the dull, cold Bar of death," Yet not In tain the ppoken word ; Not vain the monument we ralne; Willi quicker tbrolm our hearts are stirred, To catch the uohlencaa we praise I Colnmhla'a aon we share hl.fnme; 'Hp for ourfelves the bimt. we. rear, That thej- who mark the graven name imy Kitotv me 1101114 10 us ts dear; Dear as the home the exile sees The fairest spot benciith the sky Where, tlrst tipon a mother's knees lie slept, and where he yearns to die. Put not alone the lyric tiro Was his; 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. — 7 November 1873

SXTST.H TIMMOSS, Editor, fill DAY, - NOVKMBEtt 7, 1873. K li'ctlon. pwwted off quietly, and with light vote, on Ttirwlay, In the following States: New York, Mlnnnaoto, Missis sippi, Michigan, Illinois, Virginia, Wis eonsrn and Maryland. Democratic guliu net Republican Ions are reported from nearly all of them. The people seem to be a little In ad vance of the Constitutional Conversion on the s'lon of "minority representa tion." We havo never known of so largo a number of CMinUo wherein the prty In the minority have elected one or more of their candidates as upon the occasion of the late election. Is not thU an argu ment in fivor of minority representation. Should the Constitutional Convention prove to be powerless In giving the R publicans an opportunity next fall to re trieve their mistake In allowing the Dem ocrats to elect a Governor, we shall moe to have the Dcmocra's arraigned before a Grand Jury (imposed of those Republl ons who staid away from the poll?) un ci r the charge of...

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 November 1873

$txxpfox$ goimutL ?tHb4 Ivry Friday Morning by JAMES Tiraraoivs. On Copy On Ttr If Paid In Advance On Oopy Bit Month 13 1)0 I to 1 00 HAM) TIMES MADE EAS GOING TO WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, G&t Your Supply or Winter Goods. The wonder of the present time ia,when will Williams Bros.& Fink beiner stop the immense flood of new and desirable Goods, which bas been rolling in for the hist few days? Answer Not while the people continue to carry them off by the cart load. Our immone stock was bought in New York during the recent jrcat panic, at greatly reduced I'riccs. N. B. The only stock in Per rysburg brought direct from the Great Metropolis. We say Conic one. Conic nil And see for yourselves what words cannot tell. Good Prints, 8 to 10 eta. per yd Good Crash, 10 " " Heavy Canton Flannel, 12' Heavy yd wide Sheeting, 10 Heavy Jeans, 25 cts. " If you wish to see the Largest nnd Cheapest Stock of MEN'S CLOTHING in Wood County, go to Williams Bros. & Finkdin'r Ladies and Gen...

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 November 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. Tmb street car at Lowell, Mass., don't pay expenses. An Ohio man lias spent $28,000 boring for oil, and no oil yet. Orleans County, N. Y., is gathering in ft remarkable apple crop. Tiir roccnt rains havo filled tho rivers of Maine with floating logs. A. Connecticct girl ha gone Insane from being kissed In the dark. A New Brdfoiw man has been fined $10 for watching some men play ball on Bunday. Brvkral families were recently sick In Syracuse, N. Y., from drinking poison, ed milk. Near Peoria, 111., several cattle were bitten by a mad dog and have died from hydrophobia. About twine as much coal Is being ahipped over the Cincinnati & Marietta I tail road as hist year. A Tkrrk Haute, Ind., farmer has brought a bill of $52. 50 against the county for sheep killed by a pet wolf. Canal boats are now towed from Al bany to New York City for $3 a piece. There is an opposition war on the Hud son. A woman at Scranton, Pcnn., put her tongue to a flat-iron to see if it was hot. ...

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 November 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. BY THE SEASIDE. Bt Wo a1 a-sftnre at ere I stand, -lloNpfton t? my l H h on bnd. The snn hath tnnk 'rioath the illvsry hp, Tbe autumn brceio blows ould to in. ,Jnrto'imiKoyoifciioTifr There's aeharm or Be la jou wave-waah'd stone. XyO-nt ySam RO. when my life wasvonng, lu tn fiildcu time that poet have snug, foirethcr in sat on that stnns no wet; . llow sharp It was 1 rvmembr rut I 1 I asV'd her, "Lacy, you'll be my wlfcf Darling, 1 love you for mure than llfo," And Ihe.n she answer'd, "I'm an rex'fl, Hut I'm to be married tola month or next." " I should haro told yon" "Always a friend" "I'd no Idea. "So on to the uml. Boon were you marrlnd, my love, my dear; And soon your husband found out, I hoar, That yon had a temper; and he ah, well, How ninth you try him no worda can tell.- No wonder I love, by the onndlnu sea, The place wbure Lucy euld "No" to mo. Judy. DO IT. Ir you've got a sword to draw draw It; If you've any pluck to show show It; Opportnnittus are ...

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 November 1873

JAMES TIMMOSS, tAiior. . FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1873. AoassizU rrprcsontotl m having once spoken ol flsh Ixjlnjj the right lood for man who had brain-work to petfrm, wben th'ck-headod youth rsked how much the Professor thought ho ought to eat to obtain the requisite brain food. Agassis, looking quizzically at htm, .alJi "About twa wbaleg." - m asaLV m Iowa should be the woman's paradUe. A majority c t the Sttte oftloors, and nlso a ftajjrlty of tho State Judge of the highest State Court, favor woman ur frage. Tho State Librarian la a woman and the enrolling and engrossing clerks In the Horn are women. Women are reporter, copyUts, and six women are aervlwr as county Superintendent uf Schools. We are pleast d to It am f.om the S ilrm lirpuhllcrm that Portku, the brutal mur- drrer of two of his own children, h.w been re captured and li again lodged In ill at New Lisbon. Ills trial has b.;en set fr the 8th' day if December, at a speelul term 1 1 conrt. The horse tlili f that c- onpi d wit...

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 November 1873

Published Bvery Friday Horning by JAMES TIMItlOXS. One Copy On Year U M If Paid In Adranee 1 &n On Copy Bi Monthi 1 00 MAR T made EAS GOING TO WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, TO Get Your Supjly OF Winter Goods. The wonder of the present time is, when will Williams Bros.& Fink beioer stop the immense flood of new and desirable Goods, which bus been rolling in for the lust few days? Answer Not while the people continue to carry them off by the cart load. Our immense stock ns bought in New York during the recent Treat panic, at greatly reduced prices. N. B. The only stock in Per Tysburg brought direct from the Great Metropol's. We say Come one, Come all And sec for yourselves what words cannot tell. Good rrints, 8 to 10 cts. per yd Good Cr;;sh, 10 u " lit avy Canton Flannel, 12 Heavy yd wide Sheeting, 10 " Heavy Jeans, 25 cts. " If you wish to see the Largest and Cheapest Stock of MEN'S CLOTHING in Wood County, go to Williams Bros. & Fiskbin'h Ladies and Gents Knit Goods f...

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 November 1873

CURRENT ITEMS. Fins aro now successfully raised In the latitude of Northern Missouri. A man at Lehigh, Ta., raised 8,000 cab bages this season, and is proud of it. A Maryland man fought with a stone cutter about a tombstone. Uoth were killed. An Ohio girl has made a paper of pins last her eleven years. That girl will do to pin to.' A gentleman who has voted for sixty two ypars is one of the curiosities of Potts town, Pa. A little fellow was tossed up by a cow, In Saginaw City, but ctuno down right side up. Every Inhabitant of the town of Brcn nervlllo, on the Red River, has died of yellow fever. TnK obitunry notice of a Kentucky lady includes the fact that her hair was six feet eight Inches long. A New -York servant girl stole her young mistress' wedding trosscau. The ceremony was postponed. Captain Jack is the namo of a brass cannon in Norfolk. It Is of better raport than was the Modoc chieftain. A Dubuque urchin thought a barrel of lye was something good to drink and tapped it. He...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 21 November 1873

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Thursday, November 13.' It is re. ported at Bayonne that the Carllata had won MnihiMnrT-'v- ike Repwbllarms, tt) lftti ter fifing 1,200 Bit W 20() of IW farmer;. . .' Qtwut Yon Root W relieved front the MlnUtry ct Wnrf PruiwIaM sMucn excltentent Is cre ated at Wanblngton and throughout tbe United Btates by tho recepfaoifi oft tkefcewi Ikat fertf nine more of the crew and passengers of th steamer Virginius-. bud been eaeeuhrd hjr the 8panlo ertthorlUoe in !uWvFrtlcnlarselse wherte la this paper. i.. The report of the Re-llcf-CBmmtttPW"' f" Donton shows the totnl receipt to have been :M3, 80324. if Of," this amount, f-iOl,. 00.1.21 was directly applied to the suffering; 19,198was scut back to Detroit' and Milwau kee, not beln(j needed; and 133,099.03 remains on hand, which will bo expended In general charity this "whiter Tho suspension Is an nounced of the banking house of Millar & Sons and 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. — 21 November 1873

JAMES TIMMOS, Editor. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1873. Governor's Thanksgiving Proclamation. (Ion. Remembering with gratitude that health and renvrnt pmeperllv hvebeen rouohssfed tn the people of Ohio during the prt yer recognis ing the guiding hand ni1 protecting care of Almighty God in H that affects our lives ano fortunes desiring sbove nil tiling a cnntina snreof the ITtvlne favor, I,E Iward F. Noves Oorerwor of Ohio, do hrrebv designate and sp point Thursday, Hit J7th day nf November, tht present month, tn bt obserred a day uf piiblia thanksgiving nd prayer. I earnestly reccmnriiend that the people nf tlit Hltte do upon thai day abatnin from ordina ry Ubor. and unito tngelbor in worship tnd implication. .... . 1 especially requert lint those who have been bltuod with het'th and ahnnd inee rvm -mhtr end provide for tht sick snd-the poor, now Hint financial trouble assail o-Jr prosperity, tnd at the told winter pprnachea. "He that hath pity upon tht poor lendelh tin)"', the Lord, and t...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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