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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 August 1875

JAMES TIMMOXS, KiUtor. Crr-ri 3 X -t- t--r4 rX2 ri- '- Friday, aug. 6, i8?oH Republican Senatorial Convention. ha Reptibtloans riWl'florlv-lhlrd '3.1 ftaaslorisi tialriel will m.-et -Convention nt Lfcenm II Mil, Toledo, on . TlMtaadaf, September f IMItr l-At It a. ?., for lb purport of h'-'ninntlinj lirn aimlidate for Stat Hanalof. Tin bin i'l representation will b no delrfat fi-r each on handrad, and on fit rh fraction nf ItfiT r mora vote cnsl for A. 1'. Wjk'H nt the Oc tober almtinn nf 1874. Tli several counties imposing th biatrial will b nlllUd la III ftillowlnf fuiciBet of daleast, tli I , i Hairy CesrttV .w.i. f I fnlton Cimnll". IS Nnmi CMiB.t7.1JJ I l.iin0..nnlv .i...;i r4lakM.Cuant.rM. 1 1 Wood Cnauly ......21 0. Mv nftrT, Patnim Crt., 1 ., .! il i ii . H. nmoHita. Fulton Co., M fill li-.vi. A.Bi)f, llnnk Co.. ' i . Jti I , H. I.. HoPOBTOW, Wd ,Co.('. mi r. ' i AWaMiaw. Kl, Lucas Co (1 i Diitrlel t,'nlrl Coaiuill. it 1 ! Republican Mass Convention. Republican Mass Conventi...

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 August 1875

TIME TABLE D. M. R. R. TIME TABLE D. M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. ASSISC SOSTB. . ) IO0TM. p. . Cutlar. ..... ....4 ST Milma I l Wtn l Tontoffany ...... 1.34 H nalns- J 4 Hill rVlri....4.47 Riaetitnn .....1 5(1 Perrvt'iarK 4 AS f iltit 4 14 F. W. Tnleda) I 40 P.irrvaWf ...... 1 IT RoseMnn 1-34 Hnll rrsiri.... 1.44 llaaklns 1.47 Toamiran ...... !. Ws.lo 14 Mi Hon f 13 Haatar Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. P. . .! 31 ..in H I I.I .11 01 4. . 8. SO 0r.. .... Milton ... VTa-sioti ..... Toledo .... .. I'.rrrsbura; ...j T.I 4 K .nolit .n T.JJ llnl I Prattle.... MM II .skin 7. .11 r.mi"gny ...... T. 4 I Wetnn .... .... IS Milton 8 II f!ulr 8.14 11.11 il HI I'rairl 14 PaVr"'" .i. II 3 RM rtii Tr'k.. T'fitJn ... ... u a Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express. A. H. fmUr S 14 ill'a ... .. W vr,, ... .... I 34 Tmt n.m ..... PUskin 4 IIJ M ill PrtlrU .. 64 Pirrr li'ir(( .....4.10 n tlss Hid Tr'k. i T'l'lo ..... ii ...

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 August 1875

A Dog on the Police Force. Tlirre Is dog In Allegheny, Pa., owned by Officer Mitchell, or ih night police fore, concerning which the Pitts burgh Triumph speaks thus: "He it a common-looking, modlum-slzed, jet-Muck dog. Mitchell came In possession of hlra one bleak winter night lust season when the dog whs shivering on the etrcct iu a starving condition. He wu taken home end provided for, end ever iince he lift proved valuable addition to the police force by assisting the ollleer In the dis. charge of hie duties. He follows the ofll cer unceasingly on all his rounds, and when another ofllcer raps for assistance the dog makes haste with all Seed to the spot and commences to bark. Should any of the officers have occasion to give chase after anvone the dog marks out the man, and catching him by the pantaloons de tains lilm by worrying until the arrival of the oflicors. A short time since the ofll cers stircecdod in capturing a prisoner that without the assistance of the. dog would liavo...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 August 1875

S TJ 3P 3E Ij 33 3SC 122 DKT'T . lUl'UllLICANS IX THE FIELD. Opening of the CniiiptilgiK IfAYFN AND NHERMAN AT MAltiON JULY 31st. Tho Issues Fully Discussed. Speech of Gen. R. B. Hayes. . KKIibOW-ClTlZKlVA Of LAWnKMCB CottHTYt It t ft flrsllfUition for which t wish in make my acknowledg ments to Ihe Republican committee of thin count? to tiave the privilege of beginning, In behalf of the Ito publicans of Ohio, the oral discussions of this im portant political canvass before the people of Law rence County. Althouuh iiit reel deuce le separated from yours by thn whole breadth of the State, we ere not strangers. We have mat before on similar occa sion i, and ittmo of. you wore my comrades In the Union army during ft considerable pert nf the great civil conflict, which ended ten years ego. Those who had the honor and the happiness to serve together during that memorable struggle are not likely to forget each other. Weshall forever regard (hone four yearsasihe most Interesting period of ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 August 1875

lint if Itfl niniinrt Tolnm hw no ftxed bant, and iJ to fluctuate tf meet mmMthody'v ntionof the wants vS twin, yaa will bo exchanging frtfur n.or. your paiOp.youi oooi ad Iron, lor mmicjr "A Tttriabie a ttm ib ml e Bytbtt liKht-quiveriug tu ts initde.' : Ttowlf lhl(-mo!otlrtn ru! "tliftf th Tolnrae of pt pr money, always redwiimhle in qold mxl silver,. , jtralt benn. to the WBitW of trucfrfc" itwmilft btjiUI ritfhU ' We would hnven Ptnndnnl of vahn; but ti r.nlii(UiikAit((jinlA in th mi wit lk:inuiruDt drniia (rftiirtii'in. It would be n if the mttrfJi.-uit would re. ;.;(ulaio.tM ksiwtti ot bis yiird-sttrk b;r tlut nepWHlUe of '.'1iib pirrw) j im if UiecnAl ami Iron tipm would m (ttlote he mhL'lM. of his ton ly tUrtdiamim of hH debts; as ' il th farrowr would reduce ttm nun liter of pounds In ibimhel of wheat no ft to niuice tha 1 same number of btuhftfn wlnhtr the crnp i good or bal. It in this ipultmhle failiicy th;it dHmtwes from a rtoltnr the ut iXrtbiite of 5xnl intrlnsin mPfw...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 August 1875

fgmgsfaug gittitnal. Publ ahetf T-'r Friday, rr mi or acBuciiipTToif. One copy one yo ir $3 00 If paid In advance : 1 n RATES OP ADVERTISING!. On column per year $7S 00 One column nix month" 40 O0 Italf-cnlnnin per ynr 40 00 llaif-colamn nil month tl 00 One-fourth column per year 90 00 One-fourth column six mouth' 10 00 Lfvnl advertising per linn. 10 centa tnr flrnt Inaaf tlou and eenta eath aiiueiHfiieut insertion. CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. The French National Assembly have taken a recess until Nov. 4. Tub Chicago Industrial Exposition is to open on the 8th of Scptcmlicr and con tinue one month. Capt. Boo Annus, tho American pigeon, shooter, recently easily defeated Rimell, the English clinmpion. Thb Massachusetts Republican State Convention will be held at Worcester on the 28th of September. At the recent election in Alabama the call for a constitutional convention was carried by 15,000 majority. Tiib census of New York city, Just com pleted, shows a total population of 1,064, 272 an in...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 August 1875

gcrrj5bttr0 gcmnwL JAMES TIMMONS, Ktlltor. FRIDAY,. - . AUG. 13, 1S75. TO THE VOTERS OF WOOD COUNTY. It having been imported Hint llie build ings t rcrryubnrg, to be donntcd to tlie county tor ft Court House nnd Jnil, will not b finished bi'foro they are trnnaicrrcrt ts lbs county, we wish to iny to voters, that unless d buildings ftro complete snd in every rospect in firot-cliiM condition, free from enctinibrance, prior to tlie Octo ber election, we will not wk any one to for the Removal of the county seat. Pv order of the pKBHYSBinO COCSTY SEAT CoMMlTTEI". Republican State Ticket. For Governor, R. B. HAYES, of Sandusky. Lieutenant Onrernor, THOMAS L. YOUNO, of Hamilton. Bnpreme Judge, OEORGTi W. McILV.UMC. Andilnr, JAMES WILLIAMS, of Franklin. Attorney-General, JOHN LITTLE, of Greene. Treasurer, J. MINOR M1LLIKEX, of Duller. Member of Dnnrd of Public Works, TETER THATCHER, of Cuyahoga. Republican County Ticket. For Rapreaentellre. EDWIN R. SAGE. For Probate Judge, GEORGE C. rilELr...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 August 1875

TIME TABLE D. & M. R. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. rtitiNa NORTH. rHSINO IODTR. r. v. Toledo 1 00 Perrvabnrev 1 f Hiachton 1 0 Hull Prairie".... 1.44 ll.i. kin, 1 47 Tni"gny 1 .fit Weston 2 U Miltnn J " Onatar tJinlar. ..... ....3 07 Si il bin I HI Waiton ... ....'.i IV Toning my . S..1S It nkln,. X 45 Hull I'rilrl S 47 fyuehmn .! larryaburg 4 05 T le lo .... ..... 4 30 Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. A . Toledo.! 8.50 Perrraburg 7.16 Rimelilnn 7. S3 Hull I'ralilo T.3S llaakina 7.36 rontogaoy 7.415 Weston 8.02 Miltnn 8 II Custar 8.14 titisUr. p. . ,....10 35 Uilli.tt I 37 Weston l-.i f. iittigany U 03 fl ... I'-ll . 1 1 Pr.ilrls ..!! 14 Perrfahilrg ... 11 30 hue, rlid Tr'k.. toldd ...i ... 11.64 Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express. A. u. t,tr l .. 14 Vi.llnd ... ... i ll vrn 6 2d Tintoganv 4.43 llatkins 6 62 Hull Prairis .. 6 64 Firryebiirg ..... (.10 Until Hid fr'k.. T"leJn ..... .... (.15 p. ST. Tntsdn 60 Hates Side Tr'k 1...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 August 1875

The Noble Briton and the Nut Brown Maid. The Baltimore Oatette of recent date ' contain an account of the marriage of an English doctor to a lady of color, and aye: "The bridegroom baa flowing through hia veins what is known in En. gland aa 'blue blood.' His father, who fa a half pay Colonel in the English army, la married to a lady of title, and is him self in the direct succession to a ducal coronet. The gentleman who on Monday Hied himself in matrimony with a woman of color was educated at the Blue-Coat School in London, and after finishing his course there was sent to Oxford, where he subsequently graduated with honors. His Jarenta then determined that he should ollow the medical profession, and entered him In the Middlesex Hospital, and after 'walking' that Institution for the pre scribed time he passed the necessary ex animations and was subsequently given the degree of F. R. U. 8. Becoming tired of the medical profession he desired to loin the British army, and owing to the i...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 August 1875

SUPPLEMENT, SPEECH OF THE HON. ALPHONSO TAFT. At Marietta, Ohio, Monday Evening, August 9. FKt.l,nw-ClTtltNS Tho two gront pnrtlo have snob prcse nted to the pimple of Ohio their men and thoir t'fii) cl l-n tor your cniiaiile.rnl'nii nnd elndoe. I do not pmriw to say iniioli of tlio men, nor ran I discuss In d'tnil all too principle an nounced ty the n I lb-rent platform. The Republican nomine are men whose Btriml Ing and character nre not unknown to the poodle of Ohio. The leader. Governor Iinycs, bus rrn acred distinguished hit v ire lu the National Con gress, In the army, find In the administration f the government of Oiilo. In every Iiuhlio trust be hon been npprm-efl, mid uslly applauded. Tbu nominee forjudge of the 'niiremo -uurt haa boon thoroughly proved ns an able, learned anil ouiiscieiilloua Jadco, whnae. ri clectlou ran not ho otherwise than safe and salu tary. Ihe candidate for Attorney General haa been tried himI found equal (o the position. This la hla Indoi-Heinoiil....

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 August 1875

SUPPLEMENT. money tin boon equally good In nil parts of thy Vnlon. Thlt na never been oconii.iabod bo Blnte banks. The put. Ho debt has thlt one ndvantage, thnt It on be used br an absolute security for paper cir culation, ntxl ynt pay a moderate profit to tho bank In the form of Interest receivable on I lie bonds of I lie Government, whleli are left with Hie Government nn sooiirity for tliolr circulation. In this particular it In like the Hunk of England, which hold the indebtedness of the Government to the mnonnt of aUfl,Oti0,oi(i, and Issues circulation to tlmt iimnnnt, Anil beyond tlmt, Issues no circulation for which there Id not an equal amount of gold on deposit, o that each pnper pound la a representative of a gold pound lert In Ha pi nee. Wc ran not altogether forirot the history of the National hunk. When our credit hud not been re-established In England nnrt on Hie Continent ot Europe, and our Government was casting about for purchasers of it bonds, I Ills system of banki...

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 August 1875

Perrysburg Journal. Published Kwerj Friday, nr TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On eo)iy one yo ir ft 00 It pnld in iidvuiicu 1 00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ono Coliniui ryeiir $7S 00 On column six month. 41) (10 llatf-eiiliinia wr jimt ... 40(10 Half column xlx muiilhi Ill OU One-fourth column per ye:ir 90 00 Ouefoiirth colnmu six mouths 10 00 Lentil advertising per lino, 10 cents for first luaeft tlou and ceuu each iibseuuent liuertton. CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. Tub British Parllnmcnt has been pro rogued until the 20th of October. Messrs. Moody and Banket, the Chi cago revivalists, have arrived in this country from Europe. The French bovtrOmcnt has prohibited the sale in France of Mr. Gladstone's writings against papacy. The broken Freedmen'a Bank at Wash ington it is paid will pay 20 per cent, of its liabilities In a few months. President Quant attended the Na tional Sunday-School Convention at Fair point, N. Y., on the 15th. ,,Tiik French Geographical Congress has awarded first-class medals to the ...

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 August 1875

JAMES TIMMOSS, Kdltor. FRIDAY,- - AUa.20, 1875. TO THE VOTERS OF WOOD COUNTY. It having- been report.! that tha build ing at rerrvsbnrg, to be donated to the oonntv for a Court Hoiiso and Jail, will not bt finished before they are transferred to tha countv. we wish to any to voters, that unleas said buildings are complete and In trery respect in first-clans conumon, fraa from encumbrance, prior to the Octo ber e-leotlon, we will not aslt any one to ct for the Removal of the county scat. Tlr order of the reRRYsnuno Cocxty Seat Committki Republican State Ticket. For Governor, E. D. IIAYES, of SanduiVy. LieutensntOnvernnr, THOMAS L. YOUNO, of Hamilton. Supreme Judge, GEOEGE W. McILVAINE. Auditor, JAMES WILLIAMS, of Franklin. Attorney-General, JOHN LITTLE, of Greene. Treasurer, 3. MINOR MILLIKEN, of Butler. Member of Board of Publio Works, PETER THATCHER, of Cuyahoga. Republican County Ticket. For Representative, EDWIN R. SAUE. For Probat Judge, OEORGI C. PIIELP3. For Prosecuting Attorn...

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 August 1875

TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. rmiNa most. rlINO SOCTrt . it. Csalar. or Milton 3 ID Walton.... .....Vl T.into-nf ..8.S0 flukina. t S Hull Prlrl.... 4T Koaohton ...... AA l'rrybafr aj Toledo 4 lil r Tnledo ..... , Perrrsbtivf . Koarhton .. Hnll Prlrl II a in a .... . Tnnmaany ... Weston Milton Oulr . 1.00 1 T 1 1 47 I. I'd 1 t 23 lit Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. T.tt. Oa.tar.. .-...tie IS Milton.... ....10 it Weatnn ...... 11:411 f i.it inr ..... 1 1 01 Flaakin Il.lt l ill lr4lrU .11 14 f,rrab.ir- ... II SO Him Si 1 IVk.. Toledo .... ... 1161 A Titled Prrybnrf .. Roaohton .. H ill Prairie Haakln ... . 40 T f.JS T.M 7.36 r..nt"fDy 7.4 A Weston 8.01 Milton 8 II Cnsisr 8.14 Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express. a. m . Cattar 14 Willoa ... ... i 17 Wlilnn 6 tit T otloe-anr ..... 5.4.1 Ita.kina 6 61 Mull Prtirlt .. 6 64 P.rrrb!irjf o.lO Rale Hid Tr'k.. Toled...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 August 1875

The Elephant "Empress." ffpenking of the recent death of the monstrous elephBnt, the Empress, at the Zonloplml Garden in Falrmmint Pnrk, Philadelphia pnper ): " Tlie Empress, It will be remembered, created quite ft iensstion here couple of months aeo by letllinffher body down to the earth and riving every Indication of serious illness. From this position slie wiu raised, but her rait was tottering, and occasionally when walking for exercise her knees would double un and she would be seized with an inclination to lie down. The htipe beast improved, however, and it was thought that she would recover altogether from her indisposition. The sequel shows that her frame was shuttered, and that the Illness referred to was tho herald of a speedy death. The Empress was pur chased by the society on the last day of December, 1874, bein taken from the winter quarters of O'Brien'i menagerie nt Frankford, to which she previously be. longed. She was an aged animal, that had experienced a checkered ...

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 August 1875

Perrysburg Journal. '"""y r.,rj Friday, y ft, fSv( a v ta or "nicmrTToii, Cop If paid y.r In ml vane ; RATES OF ADVEBTIBINp.. i f r''''' 3'. i'.i.tfi. ...' j. TS ot Oll 1XlnSllll4.,.A.T.i.... .. ) 00 Utreohtmu f.fynr-. ... ..-40 00 flllf-c.ilunill iH month .. k , .. . S I 1)0 'Vne-fourili column i'"f ynr.7...4..-f. i-m. 00 One-fourth alum n six ihoiitn.. . .i .J 10 UO j "kil itvrnnliiif lof Kim. 10 e.nti fur A rut hiS f Mos and 5 crau Met mlxwiuut tuaertlos. CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. ft . ii '. -4 f ! V ... .v Locks'! printworks at Piwsalc, N. J., have suspended, throwing 300 persons out of work. 'j, ' . , . ; ' 5 Tux Democracy of Masiacliusctls will me(t in State Convention at Worcester on i Hie 23d of facptciabi. I ' . . : '! ' The Swiss National Cmincll has passed resolutions fbr 1 the suppression of con- Tnta aqd isters o( Charity. TnV American rifle' team" arrived at New York on the 21st, from Europe, and met with an enlhusiiMtio reception. Tmj Inie Emperor Ferdinand of Aus tria left...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 August 1875

gmgsburg (0nrunl. ' 3 AM KS Tl .Hll OX sTTe ditor. FRIDAY,. - AUG. 27, 1875. Republican State Ticket. tot QoTrnof X Bi HATES, of Bnndns J. tleetsosnt 8oTrnnr, TOOUAS L. YOUNG, of TJamlW Snprsm Judge, aEOIlQE W. McILVAXKE. Auditor,. ' JAME3 WILLIAMS, of Franklin. Attorney -General, JOHN LITTLE, of Cfwene. Treeeersr, 3. MINOR MILLIKEN, of Butler. Member or Hoard of Public Works, PtlTKR of Cuyahogaf, Republican County Ticket. Tor RiinanlsttTB, EDWIN R. SAOE. For Probsts JuJfe, OEORGE C.;.PHELrS. Vor Proserwtlng; Attorney. WILLIAM A. BESSCnOTER. sr Commissioner , IIENRY CARREL, JOSHUA IIOILE3. Ftr I rmrr tHrcclnr, JOHN MUIK, Sn. The Democratic Ticket. At their Convention on Snlurdsr lsst tb Democrat! of Wood County placed in aoruination the following ticket: Representative Natltan Hatfield. l'robate Judgn J. If. Scliroeder. I'rosccnting Attorney Jnalter rillnr. CoramiMioncn Joel l oute and Weslcy Graham. Infirmary Director M. O. Wslmore. The Bowling Green Stnthvl ad rises the opponents ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 August 1875

TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. TIME TABLE D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. ruiiat a-oara. r.m. CmUr ....I tr lima '.. I l Weatoa. ......... .lt Toslogany ....... S.Sn He. kin, 14 Hull rafrl....S.4T Rosebtoa I M ferryeborr ...... 4 as Tud ...... t.st r! at. Toledo.. l.SS farrribari 1 .1 7 Kosehtoa 1 Hnll Prairie.... 1.44 lleskins 1.4T Tontngany ...... t. SO Waatoa Ml Wlm. ......... m I (JneUr I-S8 Cincinnati, Dayton, Tol. & Chi. Express. . r. m. ..la Si ..14.87 A. Caster Milton... W.etnia . Toledo... Perrrsbars; ..... f.l ftnsehtoa 1.23 flail Prairie.... T.SJ llaskln .... .... T.li Tontngaay ..,..7. A Weston .... S.02 Milton 8.11 Custsr 8.14 t I-.4B Tonlng-any ,..111)3 ffassint -IX- M il Hall Prslris ..ll 14 Parryebii .... 1180 Males Hid Tr'k.. Toledo .... .... 11. 45 Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express. a.m. Caster,;;..... 1.14 Milloa ... ... .1T Wanton . ... .... 14 Tatitogav. ....'. Haskias H Hall Prairie .. 1 44 Piarfvsbnrr ..... f.l Btita aids Tr'...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 August 1875

Danger of Arsenical Poisoning. Anenlo t getting to be throughout the world almost m common aa dirt tV doubt very much whether it would not be impouibl st the prenent day, In anv country, to convict on chemical evident- Wftare any Jury the moat bnngl Ing erneniml pimti if the r he bad a iVgiu defender who would make uan, ae he might, of the argument furnished him by the almost onWertnl distribution of the venomout element throughout our ttiont familiar walks of life. We have received metll oines ourselves from dnig stores wrapped In arsenical papers, put up In Paris-green paper boxes, with arsenical paper cap tied over tin corks, etc. We have often ecu confectionery exposed for sale to young children wrapped In the deadly green paper. We have often found young children Kicking tm-s ' painted with the horrible stun", and 'with their months stained throughout with the venom. The Paris-green paper is one of the commonest In use for binding school books, and we have more than once taken ...

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 September 1875

Publiehed Every Friday, Y TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. mpy ynr. t no If paid In nuv.ince 1 M RATES OF ADVERTISING. pr year $75 One frit h eta Me m nuts. .w.. ......- ... 40 00 llalf-reliima per year .... 40 OQ lUlr-cnlumn tx jnonlaV .. ., tl 00 One-fonrtli enlnmn Jn-r yenr ... AO Vh fourth colnmn elx moulha 10 00 l-nl aAverfMnir M linn. 19 crate for Unit to an and ft Miito eaca aubewiieent ftnaertioa. CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. , . . - Tmrttt hit apologised to the United Htntes Consul fur Uio insult filtered to him and his wire. IUtiHANCA, Fls., was pronounced per fectly healthy on the 30th ulL, the yellow fevcr having entirely disappeared from that plucc. ' The receipts of the New York canals the present season to Ang. 13 were $704,. 247, a tailing off, as compared with last ye, of $700,8.jO. i Ex-Gov. W. R. Maiwhau. has been selected as the Rcpublican'candidate for Riilroad Commissioner of Minnesota, in place of Charles A. Oilmen, declined. ' The business portion of the town of Reyaoldsvlllc, ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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