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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 June 1874

The South and Its Condition. It la the misfortune of several Southern Htntea that they are the victims of law. lew disorders and the prey of Ignorant and unscrupulous politicians. Arkansas has Just escaped only through the Presl dent's wise and der.inlvn action from i disgraceful conflict which has left a train oi revengeful purposes and murderou passions behind It. Louisiana has been involved for nearly two years in an unfor mnnio ponucai siiuaomo wnicn has lm reded her whnln nrnnnprltv Hnvith ('irn. - Hna has sutl'ered under the Ignorance and rupneuy oi ruicrs wno nave swollen nor taxes to an iuordinato extent. Mississippi, Alabama, Texas and other States have been the scenes of troubles of similar though less aggravated character. Ot course, all this is deplorable Of courso, everything within the bounds of law, reason and possibility should be done to rescuo the States from this unhappy condition. Upon that point there will be no dissent. For our own part, we con. cede the seriou...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 June 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed Telegrams of Accompanying Dales. , Wednesdav, Juno 10. A., 'Washington P!lapatcli sajii-taflre Is reliable authority for MhetoTtirwhig tat omenta Ths Board of India. Comtnlgslotiers In erroneously called " Peace Commissioners." By law Its true title 1' The Hoard of Indian Commissioners." Tula 3loard, as an organization, has not resigned, find tbt Ktiitr-tmnts to that etust are crr6 . i tiroUI. flit Board consists Of - ten members, and six of the ten only have resinned. The remaining four have been called together for reorganizing tho Hoard. Tho viienneies occasioned by thesrf resignations will be tilled by the President m far- as neces sary with the belt men lie can Select who are In harmony with the present Indian policy.... The National Antl-Blnvcry Reunion held Its first sttslon in Chicago on the afternoon ot the ' Ulh. A Iarg number of old-tiino abolition- lists were present. . After temporary or (junl.atlon, Qov. Beveridge, of Illinois, delivered ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 June 1874

- .... FRIDAY. - JUNK, 1! 1874 .;:r-i-.V Wood County Prohibition Convention. The Citisene f Wood County, 01i,r r qnested to meet in Mass I'oneenlma at Huw Im) treee a, ... . : Tna-ry, . mt. At II o'clock A. M., In pert la wniwinatlnn I rminl; Iiokttlvbtorlr4al lb fill eleo linn. .All friends of temnrsne, snd tit who art opposed In license, are earnestly requested to lie presont. ' flood speakers in sttendane. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. , A.t least thte-fourt of all the papers ft the state favor a rote on Hie Constltu- tlnn iinrrsirlctfrt 1 rmrtT ICtlorj of anT kind. '. The Instrument Is a good one and after rending It carefully every voter la the State will be able to lorm tils own opinion as to It m rlls. The Democratic S ate Central C mmli.tee did nln-ly In postponing the Convention until after the vote shall b tnken upon the C instl taitlwi. .fwnce Dvmoti-nt. For many years Cincinnati was Repub lican In politic, and the Enquirer was an earn -st advocate of minority representa tion. Now...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 June 1874

rsbllikcd IvsryTrtday Ve-i alag - JAMCt TIWWOX9. IIHNII line Copy On Tor If Paid io Advan Oa Copy gin Month! . t 80 , 1 0 1 00 ANOTHER 0 of Big Profits and High Prices BY WILLIAMS BROS. : & FINKBEINER, Who have just received a com plete Stock of Goods, suited to the wants of all classes, just : v bought in New York aad Eastern markets at Unprccodeutly Low Prices. If you cull and ' examine our goods we will prove ' all we have nesscrted. Our Stock is too extensive to enumer ate' at large, but we give a few items as follows : Print, G to 12 1-2 cU. per yd Brown Sheeting, 8 to 15 " " " s- BUthched Muslin, 8 to 16 " . " .Splendid line of Embroidery, 10 to 40 ctH. per yd. Tick, 12 1-2 to 40 ' " . Crash, .'. 10 " 29 " " " Good White Hose, 10 eta. 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. A full assortment of ISro FORHISHIHG GOODS. . Country...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 June 1874

SUMNER. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. [Read at the Sumner Memorial Service in Boston, June 9.] ., m one who has disgraced beauty f en tlment hjr deformity of com) net, or tha mailm of frewman by the actions of slsvei bnt, by the Ifrace of (lori, i bave kept my life nnautlled." MUlon'i lrjrnit o tht People of UnglaniL O Mother Slu'et the wind, i.r Msn-H Hlew chill o'er Aubnrn's Kleld of fiod, Where, slow, beneath leaden arch j Of sky, thy mourning children trod. ., And now, with all thy woods la leaf, Thy fields In flower, beside thy dead : Thon slitest. In thy robe of grief, A Kachel yet nncomforted I And once niraln the organ swells, 1 Oner more the flap. In half way huni(, And yi-t again the mournful belle , la all thy atecple-towera are rung. ' And I, obedient to thy will. Have come a simple wreath to lay, Superfluous, on a frVave that still la aweet with all the flowers of May. I tako, wllh awe, the task assigned ( . ' ll may he that zr.y friend might nifc may he that zr.y friend might 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. — 26 June 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wednesday, June 17. A largo and vio lent mob greeted Itcntl Rochefort with threat entng demonstrations on his recent arrival at f (JueenstoWB, Ireland, and It l mid ho.wouljl , ' have Weon lynched knd It! dM bcin IJr ! the local authoiftk'al.f .Tha 1'onDFAurnula Prohibition Convention, recently lij scs slon at narrlsburg, decided not to norn , , Jnate a Stnto ticket. : There) ,wra about . forty delegates lit attendance Upon the con vention.. ..K. Q. Rjfi, W Milwaukee, hen been appointed Chtct-Juatioe of the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, to fill the vacancy oc caaloncd by the resignation of Judge Dixon. I hi'iisday, June 18. In tUeir report the District of Columbia Invostlgntiiia; Com nilttce aiMluln the charge mndu against the District government, and conchulc by laying tliut the committee have unanimously arrived at the conclusion that the existing form of government of tlie District la a fnllnre; that It ,( Is too ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 June 1874

JllKS TIMMOXS, Editor.' ' FRIDAY, - - - - JUNK, 20 1874 BUS PATER 1.1 OS PII.R WITH tTkfc AOertUfwg f aatrarts eaa b wiade. To the Ladies' Temperance League. You arc requested to niret on Tuesday renins, nest, (.Tune 30th) at 8 o'clock Fr M. promptly, at the M. E. C'htireh. TuU U an urgent call. Let every mem ber be p rest lit. Bjr order oft Mrs. S. E. PRICE, President. Jtrs-JsHi P. Arnin.f., Secretary. Till U the month for annul conven tions of all sorts. One ot the Inestimable privileges ol an American citizen Is to hold an annual convention every wick II ho want to. There aro 40,000 commercial trsvelris In the United Htates, and It cos's over $S7,000 000 a year to keep them moving. Thluk of (hat for traveling and then think of those expenres. A paper supplies a neut liit-tituce f eonfa.'ioir of metaphor. Criticising a t x.our cotemporary In pea "ihe gov ernment will not r peat the blunder of killing the calf which d illy p reduces tl e golden egg." m A Ooorgla mgro, wiio but $10 ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 June 1874

.'raiUsaad Ivory Friday f oral- by JAMES TIKIRYOXt. .... ., T K.g M M , j-s - Oaa Cp Om Tar .... I (It II ric ia Advene... ... Aw I o On Copy Sit Mouths t OS l-J .. ' ANOTHER 7! 3? of Big Profits and High Trices I)Y WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, Wha have jast received a com plete Stock of Goods, suited to tho w.inta of all classes, just bought in New York and Eastern markets at Unprecedeutly Low Prices. If you call and examine our goods e will prove all we have assserted. Oup Stock is too extensive to enumer ate at large, but we give a few items as follows :; Z?X Print. C to 12 1-2 ct. per yd Ifrown Slieetinp, 8 to 15 " lUeachevl Muslin, 8 to 1G " . " , " . , NjilcadiJ Hue of Embroidery, .' , . 10 to 40 ct. per yd. lick, 12 1-2 to 40 " " ' Crahh, 10 29 " " " Good White Hose, 10 cts. per pair. " Green Ten, 50 ctsr per pound. A fine assortment of DRESS GOODS AND FANCY GOODS For the Ladic's, which we invite them to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. A full assortment of G...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 26 June 1874

A Woman's Pilgrimage. A WOMAN finnfoi through Truckce fit Ave o'clock yesterday mornlnft who hn. w.lle.d the etftlr. 1lnMnro from Kncsin City, fche ho followed the railway truck cloudy, And him hern dome fifty Jny In making t lie trip. Nearly every conductor and brakcnifin on the railway between Omahnv and Tnn-Hee hare obncrrrd her aa they named hot on the respective trains. She was very reticent in conver sation, but clalmud to have a recreant huHhand somewhere In California whom ahe waa seeking. Numerous otl'era were made to hnr of ride on tint freight traina, all of which she peremptorily re fiiHfd, glic declined trusting Irewrlf to th dnngera and uncertainties of railway travel, and walked every step of the way. Her dress consisted of a pair of loose Turkish trowsers made of canvas, similar in texturo to that used by miners for hose in hydraulics.- A wool snck protected her neck and chest, and a small white shawl was wrapped around her shoul ders. In height and size she was rath...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 July 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. 'Wkwwdat, - Jon .4.-vCongrcs haa adjourned n dir.... By the provisions of the FostofTlee Appropriation bill m punned by Congress the prepayment of postage on new paper shall commence Jan. 1, 1873, and th rata of postage on newspapers shall be two cents per pound on weekly ana daily new papers and three fenta per pound on all pub llratlons less frequent than weekly. The porttniro on public document la fixed at ten conta tier volume .... President Ornnt on the 2nd ent to the Sen etc the names of Alexander R. Shepherd, lnte Governor of the District of Columbia; Will lam A. Dcnlaon, of Ohio, cx-Postmastcr-Gcn eral, and Henry T. Blow, of Missouri, formerly member of Congress from that State, and , afterward Minister to Brazil, as a Commission to govern tlio District until the new form of government shall have been prepared and adopted. The Senate was In . session nbottt two hours and a half on these nominations, the deb...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 July 1874

grngslntrg goimtnl. JAMES T.MM05S, Kdltor. FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1874 Fear are expressed that ome of the . ttiost extensive champalgno houses of Franca w.U fall tliU year, In const q ience o'tht damned Inflated by the late itorms oq New Jeraey apple tret. it With ttewage to Kiirope at $!, thoti tand of1 foreign born citizen are going to'the oft country to visit their Iriemla, many,- no dWbt to- n-tnrn no more. It in esthanttnl at the) pr. sent tlnii, that wore are leaving, ol that clus, on ac CHiutor the g 'nerul dullness of trade, than reach our shores by emigration. ' - . It now seems probable (lint IUn. 1. R. Mh.rtvood and lion. J .M. Ashley will he th. opposing candidates for Congress In tills l)llricl; and if such hciulil be tlie case, it it if to predict lively anil Interesting cam paign. Tinla Janrnitt. The nomination of J. M. As)ii.f:vly the I teniwraoy of thin District wolilil I e a sing ular coincident in political history, would n't it? Anything for office. Will somebody toll 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. — 3 July 1874

Faellshed Ivery Friday Horning by JAMES TIMITIOSS. TEitnst One Ony One Yeer If Pa"id ia Adf.no J O a Copy Hil Mnntlif Best Prints 10 cts. per yd. Great Reduction IN PRICES TOR THE AT WILLIAMS BROS. & FINKBEINER, Who have just received a com plete Stock of Goods, suited to the w.ints of nil chases, just bought ia New York nod Eastern markets at Unprecedently Low Prices. If you call and examine our goods wo will prove nil' we have assserted. Our Stock is too extensive to enumer ate, at large, but wo give a few items as follows : Prints, 0 to 10 eta. jmr yd- Brown Sheotinc,8to 15 " " " Bleached Muslin, H to 10 " " Splendid Hue' of Embroidery, 10 to 40 ct. per yd. Tick, 12 1-2 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 Lsirlio's, which we invite them to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. A full assortment of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Country produce taken in ex...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 July 1874

Why He Did So. SnenklniT ff (lia rn..t ... H. .. it... Lnhfornla niilllonnlrc who l.ns while Ittlll livlniT. di'imtnil Dm luilk nf 1,1. I... iiienH wenlth to public institutions of """7 im ior oincr wormy purposes, the Albany J,Hirnal thus cxplulns the cbuso of the ftpproprlntlon lor a monu rnpnt to the author of The Star Spangled j . . u r ( ; " Ainnnl the nllmr irrant .,V.1ln lUm. tlons of Mr. Lick, thoro Is the sum of lur n urunr.e monumrru in r ran ds Scott Key, author of 'The Star KlMl rrl .wt I 11 1 1 1 . 1 . JImii:i, tv v mince mm Home of our exchanges appear to apologize for till item in thn Orlfl. nf Mr I 1.1, Unmn cf them txplnin It by remarkinn Unit he iiiu w periuui rigni to (10 Wltli Ills own HS llO IHCHBCc. Till t. tliern la a rinrn lrw.nl In. tercst to Snn Francisco in that nicmora- Die conijioslllon. In tho fearful winter " "auu-oi mo tmon men oi tnat city lind lllst PUllftf, tn Im nlnrmiifl at tl.a a.Aoutnn ncntlmcnt in their midst. Johnson whs in command, 'lho proR...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 July 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. . Wednesday, July 1. A Washington Ulspatcli says Milliliter Cushlng hut mado peremptory demnnd upon the Spanish. Bo. eminent for a full indemnity for tho Vir ginia prisonura who wore slain by order Oov. Burrlcl, of Cuba, And for consequential damages. Tho inmc authority mnkeg 8e retnry Fish say. Hint tho American Oovortr Jiicnt ha nindu a prompt drnmnd, ' and ono quite m derided nnd peremptory an tlint mndo ly tlio British (invent men!,, for .. indemnity for !, tho' prlsonont who mm destroyed and the loss to their fiim Hies. Bcerctary Fish had also stated thnt this demand la In accordance with .tlie protocol concerning the settlement of the Vlrglnlus affair, npnrt from the duty imposed upon tlio Uovenimcnt to elnlm satisfaction fur such wrongs..!, The sums designated ' by the Appropriation hills no finally passed by Congress during It recent session nmount . In tho agri'irata to n,tuu,fHMt). lh total amount .appwpr...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 July 1874

Jjk MUGS J :WU, FRIDAY, iiCJf,V 10 1874. ANTI-LICENSE CONTENTION. Mrhereas, the'riiatluuj'f lion.ii(fili l"flic In tntoalcalinfr IiuuumaS Wnfce. la to U submitted to (lie eaters oaj the IBtli day -wf An fust nest, and be-liea-ans: we. do, that to li - come lUla (crest ril an .tho -KiuiHeetith Ccnlnry li virtually legntkunKCMnic, it is therrfuJ-e pro posed that Hie cilisens of Wood County meet in Mi Contentions! Howline. On-p,n Thursday, Julr-lV MH, wi ll A.M., f ir Die purpose of taking sftiun. snd adopting such measures M ire but .calculated to thor oughly srouso the people to the vital im;-m tanoe of h issue before ilium, surf Us, bearing upon nnr ineiiil, mnrl end religions interests. All temperance men, end tlio friends of tem parent throughout the county, ho ere op posed la ' Jiicouee," sre cordially invited and earnestly requested to be present on tint occe Ion. .Let erery tow nsblp be represented. flood speakers will be in stleiidance. Joim Campbell W.J. Tiiinble .1. K. Clark...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 July 1874

'.tESfiff Tarttlttfti . f!ny dnYr.. "" " II 9 If M4U Advance.. Oh Copy at Jioaths . 1 90 Best Prints 10 cts. per yd. Groat ;Uoductl6ia IN IBICES FOR THE AT WILLIAMS BEOS. & FINKBBINER, Who have just received a com -flete Stock of Goods, suited to the wants of all classes, just -bought in New York and Eastern markets at - Unprecedently Low Prices. . If you cull and examine our goods mo will prove all we have assserted. Our Stock is too extensive to enumer ate at large, ' but we give a few itehts as follows: . Prints, -6 to 10 cts. per yd. Brown Sheeting, 8 to 15 " ' " Bleached Mulin,8 to 16 - " . " Splendid . Hue of Eiubroi dery, 10 to 40 eta. per yd. Tick, 121-2 to 40 , ' Crash, 10 " -29 . Good White Hose, 10 crs. per pair. Green' Tea, 50 cts. per pound. A fine assortment of DRESS GOODS AND FANCY GOODS For the Ludie's,. which we invite them to call and cxnn.ine before purchasing elsewhere. A . full Assortment of GENTS' JJJMISMG GOODS. Country produce taken in ex change for 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. — 10 July 1874

Iowa Republican Platform. The rcnolutloni adopted by the recent Republican State Convention of Iowa are m follows: Wa, the mprasatifatlraanf tha Republican party of the Htata of Iowa, In con volition aaaeninlvd, do adopt the following platform of principles! Ketolmd, 1. Thai, aa tho poller of the Kcpnbll ran party In rotation lo finance ha afforded the people not only a safe, sound and popular cur rency of equal and uniform worth In every portion of our common country, hut has likewise tfreatly Improred the credit of thm country, at homo and ahroad. we point with lirliln to Its record and ac complishments In this regard, and, while fe aAlimlng the poller announced hy the party In the National Convention of IHON and IHva, and triumphantly lndored hy tho people at the polla a poller which, while contributing to the pub lic credit, haa also enhanced the Imilvldual and collective prosperity of tho American people we favor such legislation aa Mi a 11 make national hanking free to all, un...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 July 1874

EPITOME OF THE WEEK. Condensed from Telegrams of Accompanying Dates. Wednesday, July 8. On the 7th the French Assembly passed the Municipal Elect oral bill. The Modirate and Extreme Left nil t-3i Legitimist Deputies have formed coalition to unseat thn Ministry.... Alax. II. Stephens, of Georgia, has announced his do termination not to bo a candidate for rc-elcc lion to Congress, In consequence of fall lng health.... According to Washington dispatches of the 7tli !),000,000 of the 6 per cent reserves required to be do polted In the Treasury l.y national banks un der the new Currency bill hod been received. Applications for new bank charters reached $3,0)0,000, and f2,000,000 of circulation had been surrendered.... Tho Lincoln (Neb.) Land Oltlce has been removed to Blootnlngton, In tha same State.... The new Commissioners of the plstrlct of Columbia have agreed upon ' general system of retrenchment.... Bishop Whelnn, Catholic Bishop of the Diocese of Wheeling, West Va., died In Baltim...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 July 1874

J AMI: TIMJIOXS, Fdltor. FRIDAY, - JULY 17, 1871. H r.retarjr Bkistow Is crmlltctl with havlnjr alreaily stopped ntiniurous leaks til the Treasury Department. A return emigrant wagon pasod through Cedar Fh1!h, l.iwa, last week, bearing tlio cxprcslve and euphonious Libel, "D n the Grasshopper.'." m - The weather report at Cincinnati shows that the month just closed was hotter In that vicinity than tho Juno of any other year for nineteen years post. m 'wi Fealty to the Republican Party. In tho fkntiii'i of lust week ami the week before, were cilitorinl articled (It-finned to create a prejudice in the minds of Hi-publican in the central and southern portions of the county with a view to the exclusion of any representation from Per- rysburff in the next Republican County Convention. When this is eltittcd we hone to be there and see how it is done. TIim movement is predicated flpnn the fact that the Republicans of this township declined, generally, to vote for John Noit UM at the last e...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 July 1874

fablishei Esr Jriday Kerning hj jam ns Ti.n.Ttoxs. Trim mi 1n Copy On Year tl 00 lr Pa-id in A ivance 1 50 One Copy Six Months 1 00 I ... ! Best Prints 10 cts. per yd. Groat Reduction IN PRICES FOR THE OF il l If AT WILLIAMS BROS. " & FINKBEINER, Who have just received a com plete Stock of Goods, suited to tho wants of all classes, just bought in New York und Eastern markets at Unprccedently Low Prices. If you call ai:d examine our goods we will prove all wo have assserUd. Our Stock is too extensive to enumer ate at large, but we give a few items as follows : I'riuts, G to 10 cts, per yd. Brown Sheeting, 8 to 13 " " " Meachcd Muslin. 8 to 1G " " " Splendid lino of Kmbroidcry, 10 to 40 cts. per jvl. Tick, 12 1-2 to 40 " " " Crash, 10 " 20 " " " Good White Hose, 10 cts. per pair. ' Green Tea, 50 cts. per pound. A fine assortment of DUESS GOODS ANT) FANCY GOODS For the Ladie's, which we invite them to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. A full assortment of GENTS' FURNISH...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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