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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 May 1874

3?mgotou0 jjjjjonvnnl. XASTES TTMMONS, Editor. KIUDAY, MAY 15, 1&74. Tnifl FATER MOD FILS WITH Wbe-ra Advertising Ontraets na brMt When the flood In the Mississippi wm at lU height, the wlJth of the river from Culroall the way to the Gulf, wm not lest than orty miles, and In soma places h reached sixty miles. m -. mm MIsslMfppI has passed a liquor license law, whlefc hat been signed by the Gov ernor, fcttt It contalnt a proviso requiring a majority of adult m-n and women to sign a petition tor a license before one ran be granted In any city, towu or vil lage cf the State. It Is reported that Van Pelt, the re formed" saloon-kerper, has retrograded, whereat the Toledo Blade makes merry at the expense of the Women Crusaders, whom It hat lost no occasion to bur )e?qn' from the beginning. We appre hend that the ladies will never luve to i rtaliate on Nwby." There is no pres ent prospect, ol his endeavoiinff to re f mu, co'is- qnently he will ntv.-r back- 1'ulc. Xapotcon Signal. m mmi...

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 May 1874

ra.Usaet Xftf IrUay stral JAMES TinillOill. TIMMII Oae Opt Om Ttir It 66 If raid la Advance 1 Oae Copy Bis Moeths" IM ' 1 "i 1 ' .-J- iJ o o e TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. raaeixo MOBTaT. mssi.Na south. r. at. at. Cuatar 3 00 Tolrdn 1 1.40 Miltoa 3 04 Perrviburg 118 Weatoo 3.12 Roachton 1-24 Tontoginy 3 28 Hull Priarie...- 1.38 ilaskini- 3 38 Raskins 1 38 Hull Prairie ....3.38 Tnomginy 1.60 Roachton 3.46 Wanton .0 Perrysburg ...... 3 4i Milton 2 20 Toledo 4 20 Cuatar 2.24 TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. P. M. . Cnstar IO. Toledo 8.40 Milton 10.48 Perrysburg .7.14 Weston 10 48 Roachton 7 23 Tonlogany 11 14 Hall l,riiiie....7.33 Hiakins 1126 Haskins 7.36 t nil Prairia ..11-27 Tnntgany 145 I'erryaburg .... II 43 Weston 8 03 a. m. Milton 8 II Toledo 12 18 Collar 8.14 TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. Cin...

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 May 1874

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Florida makes orange champagne. Straining sweetness Kissing through a yell. A model lodglng honse The Tatent Office. Bbadrd and embroidered sacques are very fashionable. Smoking may discolor but It prevent decay of the teeth. CH'K-toHTTN la the Uttlo same of Montana Just now. A Michigan editor calls another "a snivel -headed ldlqt." Euthanasia was the sensation a year ago ; now It Is cremation. And now the base voice of the umpire is balling o'er the land. A man weighing 417 pounds recently died in somerset, Mass. How to shorten ocean voyages Lengthen the ships. If. i Uaxl. A St. Louis boardinff-hoMBO martyr Is In favor of cremation In his coffee. A Hartford naner returns Its thanks for 150 bottles of cough medicine. Waters waist deen have mado the low lands of the Mississippi a waste of wa- ters. What sort of a saint would a convert ed sailor make? Why.au anchorite, prob. ablv. The Buffalo street railway companies clip their horses, and think it a good thine. W...

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 May 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wednesday, May 13. A Bayonno dls f paten says tlie Caiflsta claimed a vlc i, 4 lory In the recent battle botwecn Don Alfonzo and tlie Rcpuhlleans. Don Carlos has revoked his decree banishing tlie Cure of Santa Crux and recalled blra to 8puln....Mr. Melllsh, Member of Congress from New York, hoa become Insane through lila study of tlio question of 11 nance ... .Tlio Chicago Tribune publishes list of Western newspapers, giving their views on. the President's Teto of the Cnrreney bill, ami classifies thorn a followa: Sustain ing the veto -ltrptibllean, 2W; Democratic, 128; Independent, 91. Opposing tho veto Republican, 2!H; Democratic, 112; Indepcnd tnt, tii. , ' TiausnAT, May 14. Tho Czar of Ilus- ' si and the (irand Duke Alexia have arrived at Dover, England.... A new Spanish Cabinet lias been announced, composted aa followa: Ziibaln, Ninla-trrof War; Bagasta, Minister of the Interior; CM, Minister of Foreign A ffii...

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 May 1874

JAMES TIMMOXS, Editor. FKlDAV, - MAY 22, 1374. THM PAPER BOS FrLK WITn jfr. . -rSa f PYTl7I . Wh AsHarttsteg Central mad o The Revised Constitution. The Constitutional Conrcntlon closed it labor on Thursday of last week, hat ing ben in actual wsaion one hundred and eighty-eight day. While it ie generally believed by those who hare given the amended document careful conindcratiou, to be an improve ment npon the present Constitution, it is ttno plain to be seen that it does not fill tUe expectations of oar people. At thoclootontof the State will be called (i pun to ratify or reject the new Constitu tion on the 18th day of August next, we have improved the first opportunity to Uy More our readers the document in (nil, that they may have all the time given for a full and fair consideration of the subject. We oroduce it in supplen en', form which wjll I (ouml convenvenient for preserv ing ior future reference. A new O. der called " Progressive Far tin rs" Is eUblUhlnjr. lo Ifces In tlUuo...

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 May 1874

atHiktdXTcr Triiy stents, by JAMES TIMMOSS. TCKIHII On Cnfif On ttr- ft 00 1 60 1 00 If Paid la Adv" On Copy 811 Month ANOTHER of Big Profrits and High Prices BY WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, ( Who have Just Received Com plete Stock of Goods suited to all classes. (Look here for full particulars next week.) TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. PAB3INO NOHTR. f88INO 801'TH. T r. m. ...3 Oil ...3 lit .3.12 ..3.28 ...3 3 ...3.38 ..3.40 .. .3 ii ..40 M. Cnstar Milton...... . . Weaton Tontogany..... Haskins- Hull Prslrie. Koachton ... Perrysburg ... Toledo .... Toledo Perrysburg .. Uiiacliliio Hull I'riario llaskin Tontogany ... Weslou.... Milton Coster 12.60 ... I 16 ... 1-21 ... 1.36 ... 1 38 ... l.&O ...8.0H ... 2 20 ... 2.24 Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. r. u. Coster IO,4(l Hilton 10.48 NVeston 10 48 Tonlnginy......ll 15 It iskms II 25 Hull I'rairie ..ll 27 t'erryabura; .... II 43 a. M - Toledo 13.10 a...

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 May 1874

National Agricultural Congress—President Jackson's Address. On the oco.nslon of tlio opening of the recent (tension nt Atlanta, Oa., of the Na tional Agricultural Congress, President Jackson delivered an addreps, from which we extract an follows: " It gives me great pleasure In the dis charge of my duty as the presiding officer of this honorable body, representing the great agricultural interests of our nation, to greet you in the annual reunion of the representatives of sections North, South, limit and West. This great force of na tionality and intelligence must ever com mand respect and confidence for Its utter Knees, and exercise a material Influence on the measures of National and Btato legislation. We, as an organization, are in our infancy. Wo are closely watched ; wo are suspected, and the suspicion is often expressed that these agricultural Associations, whether limited or national, will degenerate into political partisan agencies. , ' I trust, gentlemen, our measures, our a...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 May 1874

R TT P P T, K K. N T a MMMM WMWM , - - - . THE NEW CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF OHIO. Full Text of the Proposed Instrument, Full Text of the Proposed Instrument, as Adopted by the Constitutional Convention, May 14, 1874. vVs, th people of th Stat o( Ohio, grateful tit Almighty bed for our freedom, to Mcur It blasalugs and promote oar common welfare, do establish that COOStitUttOB. ' rtS I I ARTICLE OF RIGHTS. BBcTtoit t. All persons ra, by ntnr, trie and Inde pendent, and hav ccrutn inalienable rights, amo-ig which an those of njying and defending Ufa and liberty, acquiring, possessing, and protecting property, and aeeklng and obtaining happiness and safety. - , Sec 2. All political powei ia inherent in the people. Government ia Instituted for their equal protection Dd benefit, and they have toe right to altar, reform, or abollab th same whenever they may deem It taaary; and no apeeiaj privileges or Immunities shall ever be granted, that may not be altered, Troked, or repealed by th...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 May 1874

SUrrlEMENT. . g.ii.iM mimiiisiji i mi wi i n i 11 ", f any work sutborlssd by law snd heretolov sneer tsken star. Until th Ira I valuation of rl ssist for jta ratios barretter atari, to prevent tb borrowing ef money la sntlcl patio of tb oollecUoa 1 asseasmtnt dually levhvt.. . ,t ,. i .. , 8eo8. F.rrept mi trrw)m roTHed In thtsaensti tutlon, n6 tax or .asessniewt shall be levied or collected) or dent ouMrteto by municipal ewrporatlnn, except In purraanm of Is for nubile purposes, specified by Jew ; tor shall money raised by tsiatloas seen or dent, Iot on purpose, evht He dlvertM to snotbsr. 8 so, . M property hlt be appropriated to tb aw el a ntaalelast corporation, until compensation there It be And made In money, or flrtt aornred br adepoelt of money, I h assessed la the manner anel br the rata t r escribed In taction nineteen of the bill of rights, ARTICLE XII. PRIVATE CORPORATIONS. ftxe. 1. Tn general assembly ahall pan no special act conferring coiporat powers. ' '"' ' ' 8(C 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 May 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wednesday, May 20. Official notice lin been Riven that ill exiled Poles, with the exception of two or three known assassins, can return to their native country. ... A Wash ington Associated Press dispatch says: " Pros Idcnt Grant approves of deeorntlng the graves of ttio Union and Confederate dead alike. He believes the time has come when every feeling of fraternity should be encouraged, and advantage taken of every opportunity to remove any remain' Ins animosity occasioned by the war".... In the Connecticut Legislature, on the 10th, a vote, was had for United States Senator. Of twenty votes in the Senate W. W. Eaton (Democrat) received sixteen, and of 227 In the House Eaton received 133. Senator Bucking ham received four votes In the Senate and seventy-six In the Ilouso. David A. Wells re ceived one vote In the House, and Joseph R. Hawley eleven .... A crusading band of forty three ladies has been arrested In Cinc...

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 May 1874

jamkjj tijimons Editor. FnilAY, . MAY 20, 1871 The Perrysburg Hydraulic. On Monday )wt, the Mayor, n portion til the Village council sml severnl citiens psiwcedovcr the Hyclrnlic ('mini from itn Irrruinou til rcrrysbjrf to the dam. We had the pleasure ol ccoropnnyiiig tliein iu thU review of the work. All expressed tlrpmsevles highly jjtenaod with the pro gress made lipnn this import nut water power and the manner in which the work is being completed. We found, M. 8. N. Bfach, with a force of men and teams, engnged at work near Fori Me igs. lie expect to complete tliis portion nf the work, and will com mence next week npon the construction of ii n acquednct on Mr. Tkhriw' farm, the stone and timber for wlik'h in now on the gronnd. During the past year, five nnd one-fourth miles of the Hydraulic were completed, on the bases of 30 feet at the bottom and of 40 feet at the water level. Thin leaves jet incompletcted one-third of ft mile. lrKn this the neqneduet and a stone wall of consid...

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 May 1874

geugsIiiKg gmiwal. Published 2sr Friday Morulas; by JAMES TIM MOMS.' TEUlrlSi On Copy On Tsar ' If Paid in Advene Ob Copy Bit Month" 3 00 , 1 BO . 1 00 ANOTHER of Big Profiits and High Prices I3Y WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, Who have just received a com plete Stock of Goods, suited to the wants of all classes, just bought in New York and Eastern markets at Unprecedently Low Prices. If you call and examine our goods we will prove all we havo assscrted. Our Stock is too extensive to enumer ate at large, but we give a few items as follows : Prints, 6 to 12 1-2 cts. per yd Brown Sheeting, 8 to 15 Bleached Muslin, 8 to 16 " " " Splendid lino of Embroidery, 10 to 40 ctn. per yd. Tick, 121-2 to 40 " " " Crash, 10 " 29 " " " Good White Hose, 10 cts. per pair. ' Green Tea, 50 cts. per pound. A fine assortment of DRESS GOODS AND FANCY GOODS For the Ladie's, which we invite them to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. full assortment of CEHTS' FUMSHIH& GOODS. Country produce 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. — 29 May 1874

Connecticut Democracy. The action of the Democracy of Con. necticut In tho election of Katon to the United States Senate la an earnest of the purposes of tho Democratic party of the nation. The Pittsburgh Commercial fur nlshca the following brief biography of Mr. Eaton: At the onthreak of the rebellion he threatened that the Manaachnaett. oldlere en route to Wash ington would have to pane over his dead body. Onenlxlithe wax detected In an attempt to tear down the United 8lae flair In tho atreet. of Hart ford. He not only oppom-d the raising of troop, and revenue, bnt he counseled armed renlntance to the draft and the collection of taxes. He de nounced those pat riot, who volunteered for the de fense of the Union as "Lincoln hirelings" and " abolition assassins;" and he rejoiced over rebel victories and mourned over rebel rV'feata. His speeches reeked with the most rancorous treason. Bhortof taking np arms la Its behalf he did all he posslhly could to aid the rebellion, and from the ...

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 June 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. - WkdwkiAt, May 27. The Attorney j General :f ' Vlhcoiiflju has furnished Goy. Taylor with an clahornto opinion main taining tlie constitutionality of .Uio Btato law regulating railways. i. A ' call hat been Issued by Democratic and Ro form members of tlio late Michigan Lcgls luturc for a mart convent Ion, to bo held at Lansing on the nth of August, " to take euch steps as may bo deemed advlsatlo to secure - the organization of. a party on a basis of llvo ' Issues, and lr a restoration of .purity and klatosiniinslilp to the high places of our 8Uto and National (lovtriiiii'iita''....A recent firo . In Central City, Col., destroyed 12ft buildings, mostly of wood, and occupied for mercantile v and other businccs pilrpofes. The burnt dls l 1 likt covon alinut eight acres. Ths totul loss Is estimated at about half a million of dollars, ouotlilrd covered by Insurauco. - . ' i "Tiiuiikday, May 88. Princo Nicholas, who was...

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 June 1874

1AMT. T1XX0SS, Kdil. FRIDAY, JUNE, 5 1874 Wood County Prohibition Convention. Th Citiwnof Wood Cormty, Ohio, art r. q nested In met In Mass Contention l Bow law Greenr Thursday, June 25, 1874. At If o'clnrk A. M., to pill in nomination a fount licUet to b supported a Hit fill lee tit. AMI frisaJsof lemperanrt; and H who sre- oppirsftf lieens. r earnestly requested, to b present. Ootid speaker In attendane. By order of the Extocrtea Commit!, The Cincinnati Enquirer lay Senator Thurmnn doesn't own the Lfomocratla party of Ohio. Then fVnator Tharman is better off as to dead property than we uppofled, ays the Buffilo ErprtM. Decoration day was observed In Brook lyn, NiW York, with Gen. I. U. Snn wood as the orator of the dny. Th I) illy Argu t of that city speaks In flatter ing terms of the Oem-raj's address and copies a poril n of It. We am tnolineil to Miev , th.it tlio lle ptllrlicnn mlitiinia of Toledo keep their Font ffice ai a rock iiimh which to Hplit the aspiration nnd reputatio...

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 June 1874

fablltstd Ivtry Trlday Xeralsg y JAMES Tininoxs. TFNIflHI Copy On Yesr 12 OA , 1 JO . 1 00 r raid la Advsno-. On Copy Hi Months ne- ANOTHER of Dig Profiiti and High Prices BY WILLIAMS BROS. & FINOEINER, Who have just received a com plete Stock of Goods, suited to the W;inta of all classes, just bought in New York and Eastern mnrkets nt Uupreccdently Low Prices. If you call and examine our goods ' c will prove ll wc have assscrted. Our Stock is too extensive to enumer ate at largo, but we give a few items as follows : Prints, 6 to 12 1 -2 eta. per yd Brown Sheeting, 8 to 15 " """ Bleached Muslin, 8 to 1G " " Splendid line of Embroidery, 10 to 40 cts. per yd. Tick, 12 1-2 to 40 ' ' " Craiili, 10 " 29 " " " Oood White Hope, 10 cts. per pair. Green Tea, 50 cts. per pound. A Gne assortment of DRESS GOODS AND . FANCY GOODS For the Ladie's, which we invite them to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. A full assortment of GSM FURNISHING GOODS. Country produce tiikcti in ex chan...

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 June 1874

Some Ideas About the Sun. Everybody knows In a general way what the inn is like, how It aecms to rlne and tet daily, and how It i the tourc ol light and heat; but M perhaps not many have heard of the new facta lately dm closed concerning It we shall offer a few familiar explanation on the subject; In the flrat place, let us pave the way by mentioning that the size or volume of the sun is 1,200,000 times greater than otir earth. It Is senrcely possible to form a correct notion of this extraordinary may nltudo; for it baffles all ordinary concep. tlons. We may be assisted by the follow ing fact: The mean distance ol the moon from the earth is '437,000 miles, at which distance is Its orbit alL round. Now, , so vast U the size of the sun that It is 4wlce as great as the moon's orbit. In other words, if We ertneeivo the earth placed in the center at the sun, with the moon re volving ronnd- it, that orbit would still be at a drpth within the sun of more than 187,000 tulles from its surfac...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 June 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying. Dates. Wednesday, Jane 8. Several ex tensive Inundations In Hungary have swept away entire villages.... A congress to con alder the subject of International rights In time of war has been called to meet at Brussels, July 27. ...The Senate has unani mously confirmed the nomination of Gen. Bristow as Secretary of the Treasury, and has slso confirmed, by a small majority, the nomi nation of ex-Bccrctary Richardson as Judge of the Court of Claims.... The Illinois Board of Railroad and Warehouse Com mlseloner bare commenced another suit at Springfield against the Chicago A Alton Company. This suit Is similar to the one already decided against the com pany. Thursday, June 4. Secretary of the Treasury Richardson has given notice that the principal and accrued Interest of the bonds below designated, known as 6-20 bonds, will be paid at the Treasury of the United States, In the city of Washlnglcs, on and after the the 8d day of S...

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 June 1874

Perrysburg Journal. jpa aa, aw aumji.o .';?TtrT:.l..i pT essasM nxr.u an no mi TnrTTr titx Perrysburg Journal. Wood County Prohibition Convention. The CTllians nf Wood County, Ohio, sra re quested to meet in Mass Conrenlion at Bow ling Green, Perrysburg Journal. Wood County Prohibition Convention. Thursday, June 25, 1874. At It n'eloek A. M., to pnl In nomination a county ticket to be supported at Hit fall elte tion. Allfrlendsortomnersr.ee. sixT sll' wlto sre oppnse'd to license, sne eiwne:MY rrfiiisled tn present, trnou'apr Kern in sttnrtanoei EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Ihe original Abolitionists mrrt In Chi cago this week, to talk over old times and ea-oy themselves In cnmpitrlrg notes of the dnys gone by. Wee Pmidenl Wilson will preside. Judge Liwrkxcb has Introduced a Hill, similar to that hl zh he presented to th forty-flrst Congress, tor economl zing In the expense of piying pensions A Washington dispitcti suys or this bill : It prop hps to ab ilNIi pomion agents, an I author z ta ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 June 1874

Fablia,b.d titty f rlday BtoTBlaf bjf J A, HIES TIIUir0!t;. TEUItllt tin Copy Olnt Yr " Oft J I Fala m Advance., int Copy Six Months 1 SO I 00, tsi ANOTHER of Dig Profiits and High Prices WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, Who nave just received a com-; pleto Stock of Goods, suited; ta the wants of all classes, just bought in New York and; Eastern markets at Unprecedently Low Prices. f you call and examine our goods we v(i pp.ve jdl we have asssertecl. Our Stock is too extensive to enumer ate at large, but we give a few items as follows : Prints, 6 to 12 1-2 cts. jpr yd Jfrown Sheeting, 8 to 15 t pleached Muslin, 8 to 10 . Splendid line of Embroidery, 10 to 40 cts J pc,r yd. Tick, 12 1-2 to 40 " " " Crash, 10 " 29 " JjQo,d WJ)Jte nose, 10 cts. per pair. '' lj recti Tea, 50 cfs. per potyn. A fine assortment of dress goods AND FANCY GOODS Vox the Ladie's, which we invite them to pall and examine before purchasing elsewhere. A full Assortment pf BESTS' FUiraiNIJ GOODS. Country produce ta...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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