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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 January 1874

JAMES T1MM0X8, ;. FJIIIUY, JANUARY SO, 1874. THE BEST OFFER YET! Two Papers, a Good Magazine, a Handsome Chromo and Steel Plate, All for $3 75. Ws have made arrangements by which we an furoliili the Perrysbtirg .Tochkal, the To. ledo Comxbrciai., Wood's Houikhoi.d Mao a lim, a handsome 8leel Plats-" Tm AnxIOCI Motrrr," and the beautiful Cliromo ' ToitM in Vallkt "-nil f..r 13 74. - The Cohmkhoiai. Is a forty-eight column ?narln, well prinli'd and well oonducted. The lagsiino ii an excellent nns for price t which it I offered, and Ilia two handsome pia lures would cmt ynu more lhn the pric. nf the thrsa publications if bought In tlx rt stores. Th JorRMAl, must spesk for Itself from week In week, from which its merits enn end will be Judged. For the sccnmm.idatlnn of fi lends who mnv desire to Club otir paper with other periodicals we will supply them at lowest club rates. Cell or send In orders l once. The oil produced In western Pennsyl vinla the paat year. It Isestlmaterl, would fi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 January 1874

PabliiHtd Ktmjt Friday Mrnln by JAMES TinSIOXS. TFHITIKt 0n Copy On Ytr.. If Paid in Adrane.... On Oapy 81i Month" ... $ 00 , 1 so 1 to Wl Averted Between the United States and Spanish Govt. Great Eejoiclni Among; tie People or Perrysl)nro anfl Viciaity on Account of tie Peaceful AH jnsM tf tie CAPTURE OF THE STEAMER VIRGINIUS! And ihe Notorious Fuct That WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, Have Captured TH Cheapest & Best STOCK of GOODS Ever Drought to This Market. And we continue to give more and better goods for one dollar than any other House in Wood or Luca8 counties. Save your money and come and see us be fore buying elsewhere and we will prove to you that we are do our share to mako Hard Times Easy. Best Merrimack - and Gochece Prints, 10 eta. per yard. Good Prints, 6 1-4 cts. per yd Good Crash, '10 " " He avy Canton Flannel, 12 u Heavy yd wide Sheeting, 10 " Good Young Hyson Tea, 50c GOc and $1 per pound. 11 pounds of Sugar for $1. Wo" take' great pleasure in showing goods ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 30 January 1874

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Old Yarns Darned stockings. AObrat IlAttDrfinr An Iron steamer. A Rooted Soanow An aching tooth. Fhoos' legs bring $1.60 a dozen In Bos ton. To LRABN the value of money, try to borrow some. Bkracii of Oood Manners For ruin tQtare you In the fuce. Diseases of the nerves appeared to bo unusually prevalent Just now. NEnvocs people are beginning to shud der about their next summer's Ice. Kkw YonK hns tried horse flesh and promfiuiccs it superior to venison. Let every man or woman who owes money pay It at once, if It is possible. An old definition of salt the stuff that spoils potatoes If they don't have any on. The Boston Post records an entire ab sence of sunstroke for the month ol De cember. Red Oak, Iowa, pays a bounty of two cents for every rat's tall delivered to its Marshal. "LioitTNtNO nrjo piety" Is described as being bright while It lasts, but cold and boob out. Somebody say: "The woman who Is indifferent to her looks is no woman." Find the woman I Deal fai...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 February 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. 110 J 1 . I .-a v ft TVtWF'DiT,,Janny n-Wbllo,he M i1(J,re' Pet trsln from Jdlnborg frtf Vjr t?,",lt',r tunning at great spord On. the " morning of the 27th, It came In collision with Another express train. Sixteen persons were killed and a number were severely Injured. Bcvoral coaches were demolished. ... Dr. (Wymm reports thai the eanse of Ai sli's death was dlteasa and obstruction of the arteries of the brain. The S)reteat weight of the brain Is estimated at M.5 ")volrdupol puieos.. . The r Boston -Betool Com nit? hart dlaredly Vvt of 44 to J J An, that to? stat of Wj women who had beea eloctcd mcmlicrs were vacant. The women whose scats wcro In question atayed In their places and voted for their side. ....The lower portion of Fulton, N. Y., has been Inundfltart. jOn the eveulng of the 25Ui about thirty families were obliged to leave thiir' liomes, and many more were Hit next "Wttifhfr, carried from the second s...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 February 1874

JiMM TIjrjtoSSEdltot. FRIDAY, . FEBRUARY 6, 187?. THE BEST OFFER YET! Two Papers, a Good Magazine, a Handsome Chromo and Steel Plate, All for $3 75. ' VF mads arrangements rj which w is furnish Ih Prrysbnrg Joosksl, Ih To. Mo Comment, Wood's HonssaoiD Msba Sihs, a handsom Slael Pl.t-" Tat Asxioc Horner," and tb beautiful Chromo "To tr TtUiT "-nil for IS 78. Th Cowiir01l I a fnrly-flght eolnmn tnnto, wtll printed no J wll nndnetd. Th lagastn an xcllnt on for Iht price at which It li tflVred, and the two handsome le ture wonld Mit yon more than the price of the thr publications if bongbt in th art stove. Th JocaMAl mrml speak for Uaelf from week to week, from which Id merit can nd will be tndged. For the accommodation of friends who mat drslr to Club our paper with other periodical we will mpplf them it Inwtil club rule. Call or aend In order at once. A bill has been Introduced in the Ohio Legislature, rrqulrlnsr prisoner in ooun tf JM to work out their 11 nee and costs. This i a good...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 February 1874

f atllsfcei Xrery 'rider atermipf ky JAMES TIMfllOJTf. ''v r , vrntiii . On Copy OnsTr If P.ldlo AdTnee J W Oes Copy Bis MnnlbS 1 Averted Between the United States and Spanish Govt Great Rpciiii Ami tie People if Ferrysliri ani Vicinity on . Account of the Peaceful Al- " jnstment of tie CAPTURE OF THE STEAMER VIRGINIUS! A net the Notorious Fact That WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, : Have. Captured -101- Cheapest & Bost STOCK of GOODS Eect BroMQhi to This Market. Amdwe continue to give more and better goods for one dollar than any other House in Wood or Lucas counties. Save your money and . come and see us be fore buying elsewhere and we will prove to you that we are do jbg our share to mako llurd Times Easy. Best Merrimack and Gocheee Prints, 10 cts. per yard. Good Prints, C i-4 cts. per yd Good Crash, 10 u " Iltavy Canton Flannel, 12 u Heavy yd wide Sheeting, 10 Good Young Hyson Tea, 50c. GOfi. and 1 per pound. 11 pounds of Sugar for $1. Wo take great pleasure in ehowing goods...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 February 1874

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Biw-r'atze for a man exercise. " " Tftiirtu (r Ihe scnson Hob berries'. S JnK D. Ooron line, lectured 7,000 time In thirty -one years. Bin-run b upright with poverty than be wicked with plenty. A wniTF.n wlfihes to know why p-jople T fclway spell finU without an h. What In tho proper ago for a person f '. ' 'Why, Uio parson age, of course. A Maims woman sued a saloon keeper for "tho loss of her husband's society." One of the last stage lines in Maine, between Portland and Gray, has been dla- continued. , . . Oveii one hundred Eastern people with consumptive tendencies are wintering In Los Angeles, California. TvmoiD fevers and pneumonia are said to prevail largely, this winter, In the northern counties of Kansas. ,VTmt St. Paul Board of Health considers V It unhealthy to allow steam pipes to bo ' discharged into tho sewors. r Miss IIarribt AnecsTA Smith, of Wis consin, Is added to the list of heroic , women who have shot a boar, "As Auousta (Me.) minister refuse...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 February 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wednesday, February 4. A special cable dispatch soys Russia refuses to send (roods to the Centennial Exhibition In Phila delphia;, Id 1870, on th ground that It ll a private affair. . . . Archbishop I.cdochowekl hag been arrested by order of the German Govern ment and sent to Ostrowo, In the province of l'oscn, there to be imprisoned, In accordance with the sentence of the court. Ills offense consists In having, In the first place, refused" to pay any heed to the Iowa passed last May placing the ecclesiastic of Germany und- thotregutatlon of tbeStato. This disobedience subjected hlra to fine, and his refusal to pRy the fine brought upon blm the confisca tion of all his property except his household goods. In all these proceedings bo vas upheld by the Vope, whom alone ho recognized as his superior. Finally the summons came for bis resignation of the Archbishopric and this be, still acting under 'he orders of his Pap...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 February 1874

(wjjo.totrg gfoittnal. JAMKK Tl.UMOSS, ttlHor. FRIDAY, . FEBRUARY 13, 1874. THE BEST OFFER YET! Two Good Papers, a Good Magazine, a Handsome Chromo and Steel Plate, All for $3 75. We hav. made arrangements by which w run furnish I lie Ferr.vaburjr JoCRKti.. tl:e To ledo Oomucrciai., Wood's Hoisbhoid JIaoa- IlHS, A handsome Slerl Pint" Tui AKXlooa Morula," nf thebartiitifal Chroinn "Yoskm ir YatMrr "all for IS 74. The CoKwartout, is a forty-sight Colnerm ?nartn, well printed and well conducted The lagailna la n excelleet ftie for tlie price at wbtch it Is oflore 1, end III two handsome pic tures would coat you more then the price of (he Hire ublloa'tina if bought Id the art Stores. The Journal must apeak- f'-r Iteclf from week to week, from which ila tnerite ran and wiM b judged. For the accommodation of friends who msv deeire lo Club our paper with other periodical! we will anpptr them at lowest club rules. Call ur aend in orders at once. li P. Uao. of F.ndloy. enl fX-Siab ena'or, h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 February 1874

getrgalmtg gonial jamc Timraons. On Cop OnVt V .'. t 17 Paid la AavVl. V 1 OaaCopj Sic Uy. 1W V 4 o'l . v..V . WILLliks BROS. & FINKBEINER. TIME TABLE D. & M, R. R. TIME TABLE D. & M, R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. rMIM MOMS. raMINO SOOTH. r. at. r. at. Cniltr SOD Toledo 12.S0 Milton 8 04 Perrysbort; 116 Weetoa Ill Rtiachton 1.84 Tcatogaay 8.28 Hull Pririe...... l.jfl Raskins Raskins 1 38 Hull Prsiri 8.38 Tonlitiijr 160 Koaeblon 8 4 Weetou 2.011 I'errysbur 3 6 Milton 3 20 Toledo 4 02 C'ustar 2.24 TIME TABLE D. & M, R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. r. m. a. u. Cutr.. ....10,46 Toledo 8 60 Miltoa 10.48 Perryebura; 7.li Weston U 58 Rnachton 7 23 Tontogany 11.15 Hull Prairie.... 7.33 liaekioi 11.82 Uaakina 7.84 Hull Prairie ..U 27 Tnutngany 7.45 Perrji.birg .... 11 43 Weston 8 02 a.m. Milton 8 11 Toledo 12.10 Cuatar 8.14 Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express. a. h. r. at. Cueter 5.14 Toledo t 26 ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 February 1874

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Acm oorpw Dend bents. Broken spirits A brandy smash. TnE old coul scuttle bonnets are coming In again. Red gold balls arc fashionable ear rings of the period. TnE tea-kettle is the only singer that never gets eold. Lovh at two-and-twenty is a terrible In toxicating draught. In Florida the people are eating green peas and now potatoes. WionoM Is sometimes nearer when we stoop than when we soar. Do am the good you can In tho world, and make as little noise about It as possi ble. "Too many broths spoil the cooks" Is the way a poor oppressed belle of the kitchen put it. Natitrk provides no reserved seals for the rich ana daintily reared. When there Is no Ice on the pavement, they sit whero they can. A DiSTrsortsiiED preacher says piety Is the best cure for a scolding wife; but he doesn't tell whether the wife must have it or the husband. It was an expressive remark of a prac tical man regarding the woman of the period recently : "She don't know enough, sir, to bile ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 February 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wedne&ay, February 11. The Madrid Impart kajs (liq Spanish Government has greed t6 en exchange of prisoners wltli the Carllsts.... There was much rioting at Ches terfield and Bnrnsley, England, on the 10th, aud many policemen were Injured. Disraeli, In nn address nvBiieklngham, congratulated his constituents on the result of the elections, which lie declared Justi fied the -policy of the Con servative gvty In Introducing and carrying a Reform lwkvttt liisHtf Ucld .poWfer.. ..fha Mliilstr.flnlSrftfhh rbtumbia tried (o force an alteration In the terms of the Confederation through the House on the night of the 9th. The people demanded a submission of the ques tion to them, hut tho Minletry refused. The people, ono thousand strong, ' proceeded to the Houses am broke up the, sitting. . In tense excitement pfevallod, nd secession was threatened.... The Boston School Board has, after a long debate, refused to reconsid...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 February 1874

TUKROSS, Editor. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1874. THE BEST OFFER YET! THE BEST OFFER YET! Two Good Papers, a Good Magazine, a Handsome Chromo and Steel Plate, All for $3 75. We bar made arrangemenle by which wt can furnish lb Perryeburg JoOSXAL, Ibt To ledo ComixacUL, Wood's Uouatnoi.D U ata ri s, hsndsnmt Srl Pints-" Tis Akxioii Mornta," and Ihe beautiful Chromo-"Tosiat-irs VtiBT"-llfor$ 74. Tbe CoMXititciAL it s forty-eight Column quarto, wall printed (nd well conducted. The legatlne It in excetleot one far the price 1 whieb it It offered, and (ht two handeorae pie tnree would cant you mora than the prica of tha tbrat publications If bought In tbt ttt ttnraa. 'I'ha Jocaaat. mutt tpeak for iltelf from wee to week, from which its meritt can tod wil be lodged. For tha accommodation of ft lend a whn mar desire to Clnb oar paper with i-tlier periodical wa will luppir Hum at loweet ciuo ratat. Call or taud in ordert at once. .-c- The Metholist Church South, asks the Government to par It $400,...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 February 1874

JAMC9 Tinraoxs. VBMfiai On Offf n Tnr I M If Paid la Advance..... 1 to 0 0f 8I Moalh IN I ,.',! , , - - - '.'ri YIUIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. roasts kot. r. u. Cuter 00 Miltoa .'..3 04 Weston J.1I Taalogaay 3.18 Haakias- .... ....3 3 Hall Prairie ..S.S8 fUeehloa 3 4S farryebarg ...... 3 65 TIW 4 03 rssiMO sovra. r. m. Toledo 1J.40 Perrveburg 1 14 Kuaehtoo 1.(4 Hall r.-iri l.i Haekins 138 Tontogany ...... 1.60 Weeloo J OS Milton 3.20 Uuatar 3.24 Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. r. m. a. .. IO.6 I Toledo .J0 Caatar ".. Hilton ... 10 48 Perryaburf i n 10 8 Roaebtoa 7 2S ll.lt Hull Prairie.... 7 33 ltt Haakina: 7J4 11-37 Tnntogaor 7.44 11 .43 Weaton 8 03 a. at. Miltro 8 It 13.10 Castar 8.14 Weataa ...... Tantogaay.... Uaakiaa...... Natl Prairia farryakurg .. Taieaa ... Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express. a. h. r. v. Cwitar S.14 I To(a 34 Miltaai .I7 I Bate 8rSeTrk.. 9.40...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 February 1874

PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Platform Adopted by the National Grange. ST. LOUIS, February 11. The Nftttonal Orange today, ftft.nr tho transaction of boitio minor business, ro cfilred the report of the Committee on lleanliulons, presented by Mr. Warrllow, of Florida, and adopted it unanimously. It is M follows : DECLARATION OF ITRPOSK3. Profoundly Impressed with the truth that the National grange of '.ho United State should definitely proclaim to Hie world Its general objects, wo hcrctiy unanimously make till declaration of purposes of the Patrons of Husbandry: MATFmHtTT. 7'iivtf United by the strong and faithful tie rf nirrlculhirc, we mutually resolve to labor for tlie (rood ol onr Order, our country, and mankind. ESITY I.inF.nTT CHARITY. Second Wc heartily Indorse tho motto: "In essentials Itnity; In non-essentlnls Liberty: in alltliliijrs Charity." CO-OrERATION'. Third Wc shall endeavor io ndvance our cause by laboring to accomplish the following object: To develop a better and higher m...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 February 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wkdnraday, February 18. A lata ar rival from Honolulu brine Intelligence of the death on tlie 3d of the Hawaiian King, J.unalilo. The legislature had boon culled to gether to consider Btate affairs and to name a successor. ... A London dispatch says thnt Dr. Boke, t lie English traveler, reports that he has discovered the truo Mount Pinal. It Is situ ated one dny's Journey northwest of the vil Inge of Ahata, In Arabia, at an altitude of r,(HX) feet above the level of the sea. Dr. !cke snys thnt lie found the remains of ar.lmnls that hud bean sacrificed, lie also discovered Slnaltlo inscriptions which he cooled. ...Tho autopsy In the esse of the Blamcse twins hss been concluded at Philadelphia, and shows thnt Chang and Kng were so vltnlly united that death would have followed any attempt to separate them during life. Tho membrane which lines tho abdomen was one In oth, extending through the mysterious ligament th-tf...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 February 1874

JAM EH TIMH058, Itfllor. Friday, February 27, is?4. THE BEST OFFER YET! Two Papers, a Good Magazine, Two Papers, a Good Magazine, a Handsome Chromo and Steel Plate, All for $3 75. Ws bas read, .rrsrgeroents by which w fan fornhjb the Prr.ibarjf Journal, th. To Mo CoaatMUL, Wood's Hocssnoi. M a.a nKa, a h.aflsotn. Steel Plate Tag AsxiOTS Moras," Bin) Ih beautiful CUromo "Yow in Vu.Y"-ll for$S 75. Th. ComsciAt. It forty-eight column ?nartn, well printed and well .ondncted- The Isgstln. li en fxcelltnt one for the price el wbiau it li offered, end the two hsndsnms pht turee would east jna more then the price ef the three publications if bought ia the trt lore. The Jopswil. iml spe.k for luelf from week to week, from which it merits can end will be Jndred. For the accommodation of friend who mst desira to Club nor paper with other periodicsls we will snpptr them et lowest club rales. Cell or tend in ordure si once. Three hundred thousand dollar has Tk-m expended by the Government to pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 February 1874

r.Dlished Zttrf ftlUf lTfnlB by JAMES TIMMOffS. Trismst ,i. ft.,, n v. . . If no 1 to 1 otf If Paid in Advance-... One Copy 81i Mnnllii t WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. PiSSISO mortb. passing south. P. H. Custer 3 00 Milton S 04 Weston 3.12 Tontogsny ..3.28 Iltskins- 3 3 Hull I'r.iri. 3.3K lloacbton ...'.. 3 40 Perrysburg 3 45 Toledo 4 02 r. . Toledo 12.40 Perryaburtr ..... 1.16 Koachlon t.84 Hull Pririe. ... l.hft Hsskins ... Tontngsny . Weston Milton Custer..... 1.38 1.60 2.U9 2.20 2.24 Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. r. m. Cnstar 10,48 Hilton 10.48 k. M. Toledo 6.60 Perryaburg; 7.14 Rnachton 7 23 Hull Prairie.... 7.33 Hsskins 7.35 Tnntogany 7.45 Weston 8 02 Milton 8 11 Weston Tontngsny..... Hsskins Hull Prairie . Perrysbuig .... 10 58 11.15 II 62 11-27 11 43 A. M. Toledo 12.10 I Cualar" 8.14 Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. &a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 February 1874

NASBY'S LETTER. [From the Toledo Blade.] Hfi flashy Ininnrtrt m Ncir Enter, prise Thi " I ron Honda Reformer ni Friend nr Parity "l,rtf era from I)lntlngalnhl Partonfcgea KnitorMiia; tha Paper. ' Cowr-nnnif X Hoai, I (Wlch Is In the Btato uv Kentucky.) V Feb. H, 18T4. ) My little effort nt reform In Ohio didn't work Joat e. I hed hoped, but I don't de. upare uv gottln gutliln out uv it after all. Ef we can't make reform go, what is there for us t 'At the worst I purpose to make it earn me a llvin. I nm in the reform biznls, and I shel push It ez a bizniu. I liov determined to start a Reform noose paper. The ideo sprung full flcilirod from my massive, intelleck two weeks ago. When I determine upon a thing I go and do it, and so, two weeks ago, I ishood the prospecktus, and with It the Masscdonian cry for help to all the rich Diinocrats I knowd or cood beer uv. I stated in my prospecktus (wlch I wrote lti Bascom's) that the "Cross Roads Reformer and Friend w Purity" wood be devotid to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 March 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from telegrams of Accompanying Dates. WKDNS9DAT,Fcbrnnrjr8a. Chin Lan Pin Hie (Jhlneso Commissioner of Education, was recent visitor nt the Executive Mnnalon In Washington. Ho expressed a hope thnt tbe Intercourse between the United Stoics and Chin would grow more general and thnt the existing friendly feelings may never he lutenuptcd....The Rhodo Isl and Btnto Prohibitory Convention, re cently In session At Providence, made the following nominations: For Governor, Henry Howard, present Incumbent; Llcuten-od-Governor, W. F. Snylcs; Secretary of State, 3. M. Addcman, present incumbent; Attorney-General, Edwin Motoalf; General Treasurer, Henry Gaff.... A Stato Temper ance Mass Convention, composed of women and men engaged In the temperance crusade In Ohio, was recently held at Colum bus. Dio Lewis was mado President. The proceedings consisted of speeches, one of which was made by Van Pelt, " the reformed saloon-keeper," singing of hymns, reading letters ...

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