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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 September 1875

J AM EH TtMMOJiS, Editor. FRIDAY, SUP. 3, 1875. Republican State Ticket. Far Governor, K. D. HAYES, of Snndusky. LIuteanl-Onvruir, TTTOMAS L. YOUNO, of Hamilton. Snprem Judge, GEOIWE Vf. MtlLVAlNE. Auditor, JAMES WILLIAMS, of franklin. Attorney-General, JOHN LITTLE, of Greene. Treasurer, J. MINOR MILLIKEJT, of Butler. Member of Board of Publlt Works, PETER THATCHER, of Cuyohogt. Republican County Ticket. For Hspresentsttve, EDWIN R. SAOE. For Probate Judge, OEORGE C. 1'HELrS. Pur Protection Attorney. WILLIAM A. BENSCHOTER. For Commissioners, nENRY CARREL, JOSIIUA.IIOILES. Tor Infirmary lireclor, JOHN MUIJt, Sr. Republican Mass Meeting! HON. C. H. GROSVENOR Will Address tlie People of I'rrryslinrg and vicinity on the Political issues o( the dsy, at THE NEW COURT HOUSE, ON . Saturday Evening, Bent. 18, 18T5. . It . will be remembered thnt Gcnernl Orosvehob was regarded as tlie ablest Republican In the Inst Legislature. 11 all turn out end give him a running house. REPUBLICAN SENATORIA...

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 September 1875

MERCHANDISE THE BEST PLACE to mnsr XTailo, Glass, Hinges, Shovels, Folks, I Iocs, Sawiv Files, Planes, braces, Augers, Chisels, ... Chains,- Baskets! Wrenches. TaMo Pockot Plated Ware, Bird Dips ani Toilet fare, ( tsrg line:, ' STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD ; Evarr Kef Warrant) d, Ckaln Pump., Wood Primps, Iron Pumps, for bored aa deep .wells, . Tin Ware, ; . Copper Ware, Sheet-Iron-Wnre ' - Ann Tt Bsst Cook Stoves ' I.T THE COUNTY, Alt 'at lower' Price than the lima Quality of Goods can be bought any where else, as all Good are bought for cash, and tvi.l be gold very low AT NORTON'S HARDWARE, PEURVSBl'KO, OHIO IP YOTJ WA1TT GOOD . Floiir, Hams, . Shoulders, Mess Pork, Cove Oysters, Canned Fruits, Coffees, ' Teas, Sugars, Spices, Dried Fruit, AND groceries generally Yq can get them at reasonable rates at Go W- CBEPS'- ' 'Cooda Delivered Promptly. THE PERlTSBUltG MILLS - . v- J AMES P. AVtHII.L. ... FUr, MeiU 31111 lecd A trali. -' i Wh.l.s.le and Pet.il. iJOlIs!! Kruutatreec, nppoati Mil...

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 September 1875

A Domestic Lesson. Bsdiirst ff H sml thlnjrs Is It to two once very ilmr frionils employing All (hut Jiecnllnr knowlcilpe of esrh othrr which o lis (riven Ihrin only to lint-itss srid provoke IliriiMln snd plcrt In with certainty of aim tl'mt only prist hablti of confllonc snd ttcctlon could have put In their power, wounding their own hearts with every deadly thrust they finke at one another, and all for suoh Inexprnssl. bly mlfleralile trlllen a Uflualty form the openings of fault-finding dramas. For tlifi contentions Hint loosen the very foundation of love, that crumble awny all Its fine traceries and curved work, about what miserable, worthless things do they commonly begin a dinner under, done, too much oil consumed, a new, paper torn, a waste of coal or srmp, a dish broken and for this miserable sort of trnsh very good, very generous, very re ligious people will sometimes wssto and throw away by doable handful the very thing for which houses nre built and coal burned, anil all ...

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 September 1875

. J?niM)!jhttVrt--IrYtmt'iT ' Tina or MUrmrnoi, ropy nn yi-tir. . . . i . ; pmu in nuvnncs. KATES OF ADVEttTTSTArn One column p r rimr 475 1 OnecnlHinii al niimtlis,.... . ..V.'.'.V " m 1 iJlJsr" '"fy '-.. 1 Jin .himn munthi .. .- 1 J HL?""1 ",r' . 20 ime column ixt yi.ir a- Onfciinnfc ftohipi fr piHiih'.'.' .'i.V.'.',' lU I I ' CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. J.Z Sl&KS Tln rv i. i , mo 'vniocrauc. CUntllllUtC, lecleVl Mayor of Him . Francisco, by i.imiii; Hinjorify. ' ' 1 ' , I HR strike at Oldham. F.mrhuid. cwlcd, llio terms of the operators having uccn accepted. . OrtiftAL announcement has U-.cn re cently mwlc thai there are no canes of ycl- ivw-icTer at xncw urreans. ' 1H lintiNli Jron-cUul Vanimai-d rora-Mlv w,,n " Jron Uiikcln tho British thanirel aiwl stink". No lives were hwt. J- Tit AW n:it. United States mlsHhtiM-r of Patents, has sent in his reig. uimnn, mvw etiect Hepfc 30. Ex-Con- ffrcsEiiianPuglUpf. , New , York, wUl bo Bis successor. lnis New ork Herald hag recently puonsnei ...

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 September 1875

- - - - -j' . ''..rgg J AN KM TIMMONH, Editor. T TRIDAy"' SEP. 10, 1875. Republican State Ticket. For Ootfrnftf, B. C. HAYE3, of SanJnskr. . l,ialnM-Qovronr, THOMAS L. TOUNO, of Hamilton. PnpfYait Jndge, s GEORGE W.MclLVAlNE. Aadltnr, JAMES WILLIAMS, of Franklin. Attnrny-0nrl, JOHN LITTLE, of Greene. Tnmnrer, J. MI3TOTJ MILLIKEX, of Btitler. . rteo.bernf Hoard of Public Work, TETER THATCHER, of Cuyahoga. Senatorial Ticket. For Benslnr. TBEOrnfLCa P. BKOWN, of Luc, CHABLE3 J. 8WAN, cf Putnam. Republican County Ticket. For RepresenlsllT, EDWIS R. SAGE. Tor Probat Judge, GEORGE C. PHELPS. For Proeecutlng Alloraey. WILLIAM A. BEX8CIIOTER. For CnmmlsgVaoer, IIE5RY CARREL, JOSHUA nOlLES. fro tinil"rW!or JOHN MU1R, Ba. Republican Mass Meeting! HON. C. H. GROSVENOR Will Addrrto the Iwaplc of Terry noil rg end leinlty on tlir TtJlrten! issue of tlie uy, THE NEW COURT HOUSE, t9 Ham rata CfBV, Prpt. Tt will b rt?inenjWrcI that (toner GbostMc was regnnled the ablest Republican in the last LcgUl...

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 September 1875

MERCHANDISE THE EST PLACE TO BUY Noils, Glaoa, Hinges, Shovels, Porks, Hoes, Saws, Files, Planes, Braces, Augers, Chisels, Chains, Baskets, Wrenches. Tablo & Pockot Plated. Ware, Biri Cues and MM Ware, t large s,efc,) STRICTLY PUBS WHITE LIAD Crerv Kg Wwrraatra', Ira rin, rwr fcrj WCllS, Tin Ware, Copper Ware, Shect-Iron-Wnre a res- . Bsst Cook Stoves ' 1ST TOE COUNTY, All at lower Prices than tk tarn Qaallty of Good cm bo Bought any wa.-ra el, m all Qood re bought tot th, uJ will be lul l ry low HARDWARE, PEIinnBl'ltG, OHIO IP YOU WA1TT GOOD Flour, Hams,, Shoulders, Mess Pork, Cove Ojstcrs, Canned Fruits, Coffee, . Teas, Sugars, Spices, Dried Fruit, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY You aa get them nt reaaonble rates' t G. W. CHEFS'. C4i Delivered PKtil. THE PEttlYSBURO MILLS J AMKM r. A VKMII.I.. HARDWARE, riar, Meal, Hill Iftti A Crl. At Whole! ed 1111. taTTOH trmaUtrtt,apMalMilU pi;nMTaiiiie, laTTCaeieaa Wtark grvaa srri d aa nn awlic. It OWEN ELACKHOEE, Maaafaatarer Dealer ia Harness...

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 September 1875

The Cause of Profuse Rains. Dvrlyonc knov Hint tiie lirnt of the aun nii'o water from llic rnrth In tho form of vpr, whirh lipromrclou'liittiM flimt round ami at Inrt iliwhnrpe the wntrrof which thry consist j thin dimply is the cause of rain. Hut we ask the reader if bo hMevwrcnnslrtwd that the amount ol watrr avriporatotl liy tlie tun drwmla on the Inttcr'a heat T If this were increased more Water would evaporate and more would come down ; and If It wero dimin islietl less would evaporate and lesa would come down, and the amount of rain would diminish, as it is certain that the water which comes down as rain must have heen previtrasly raised ly Urn heat ef the lun ; as the sun Is sometimes olmcurcd by spots. It must ho supposed to glvo less hunt, and therefore cannot raise so much wntcr as vapor; and under these circumstances tho sun cannot properly be the cause of ex traordinarily heavy rainsand inundations. Tills is the theory advocated in some quarters, but it canuot stand 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. — 17 September 1875

," Published Every Trlday, Y A.MlaB TIMUOIfS. Tnaan or kihi mrrioM. Ons f oy nttH ysur , , , t as no It iilcl in nilviiiiua ; M BATES OF ADVERTISING. ..$75 m n.a column nix frionthn.o.... JInir rolunni Mr viMtr liulf column l 11 h i tin ., ,., OtlA-fltllPth n.tlnmn u.. ......at , i m . 40 01 , mi . ) on One-fourth column U monthV. 10 IK) larval fli.Avtl.ln 11.. n . a a i. til in awiri II ih.nl. ...... L w i i .1. CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. Hon. IIenrt T. Buw, of St. .Louis, tiled suddenly in Saratoga, N. Y., on the 12th. The daughter of Prince Bismarck has w tvrolhed to tho Prussian Count Wcndlzuenlarbergc. The Chicago and Cincinnati Industrial Expositions were opened on the 8th, to ' continue one month. Eleven persons were recently killed by gas at the Dowdlngton Wood colliery in Shropshire, England. Finnis II. Little has been nominated for Congress by the Republicans of the Third MiMiMlfpt District. PnitsrDKNT Grant has appointed Virgil D. Btockbridgc, of Maine, Examlncrin Chief of tho P...

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 September 1875

gmjafoitg gcutnal. JAM S8 Tl.mnWtt Eaitor. FRIDAY,' gEP. 17, 1S7S. Republican State Ticket. frit OnTftnnr, & b. Hayes, of Sandusky. Llenlenent-Gnvaranrr THOMAS L. YOUXO, of Itamtlioii, Bnprems JuimV, GEORGE W. McILVAlXE, Auditor, JAME3 WILLIAMS, of Franklin, AMrny-0Drlr JOI1X LITTLE, ol Greene, Treaenrer, - . MINOR MILLIKEN, of Butlor. sfembsf of Hoard of Public Works, TITER TnATClIER, of Cuyahoga. Senatorial Ticket. For Benslnrs, TireOPHflXS P. BROWS, rLueai, CHARLES J. SWAN, cf Putnam. Republican County Ticket. For Representative, EDWIN B. SAGE. Tor robats Judfre, GEORGE C. PnELPS. For Proseeutinr Attorney. WILLIAM A. BENSCHOTER. For CummleeWMier. TIENRY CARREL, JOSHUA IIOILES. For Infirmary Llreelor JOHN MUIR, Se. Republican Mass Meeting! HON. C. H. GROSVENOR Will Address the People of Perrysburg end vicinity on the Political isus of the dar, at THE NEW COURT HOUSE, flatVrdav Eveulua;, 8ept. 18, IS7. It will be remembered that Genera ROSTEHoa waa regarded as tlie ablest Repub...

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 September 1875

MERCHANDISE THE BEST PLACE TO BUY Nails, Glass, Hinges, Shoves, Folks, IIocs. Saws, Files, Planes,. Braces, Augers, Chisels, Chains. Baskets, VV rcn dies. Tablo & Pocket CUTLERY, Plated Ware, Biri Caps and Toilet fare, (a large clock,) STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD Every !( M urrain. , Chill Pmapv, Wood Pinup., Iron ft rap, for bored tend deep well, Tin Wine, Copper Ware, Sheet-! 1011-11 arc m r Best Cook Stoves tH THE COUNTY, All at lower Price titan tbe fame Qua'lijr of Goods can be bought any rtura alaa. a all Oood r bought for asab, and I.J be aJ d very low NORTON'S I-T A TJ "TXT" A T? TP " - ww PElinrani'tir- . m v , uiiiu IP YOU !WA1TT GOOD Flour. 'Hams, Shoulders, Mess Pork, Cove Oysters, . Canned Fruits, Coffees, Teas, Sugars, Spices, Dried Fruit, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY You can get them nt reasonable rates nt G- W. CHEFS'. Oood Dellvrrs-d Promptly. THE PEi YSBURO MILLS JAM KM I. A V I'. It 1 1. 1,. Flour, .Mel, 311 II Feed ft Culn. At Wholesale and Retail . Jaaf"0:ace-a Kri....

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 17 September 1875

A North Carolina Nondescript. Ana Grundy, a colored resident of Klt'i Swamp, nlt a trn(re and slarlllnir In cidenl that occurred in hit immediate neighborhood on Thursday last, and which has occanioncd considerable excite ment and alarm among the inhabitant thereabouts. It appears that for some time past a strange-looking animal has oc casionally been seen by different parties lurking on the outskirts of the forest be tween sundown and dark, but until re cently no one had been able to approach the stranger near enough to describe its appearance. From Ilia description given by Asa weconcludo it to bo a nondescript which Barnum. the creat showman, would be glad to possess, even at an expense of thousands or dollars, its lace in appear, nee is quite similar to that of the Wan deroo, havingalongsnowy beard or mane, while its body closely resembles that of a baboon, though from the knees down its feet and limbs are in shape and form pre cisely human. In height it would measuro about Ave ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 24 September 1875

Published Every Friday, . TAMua i'iMMoira. TKRS o lnrmrTin?(. Omi fom itiH! vesr , $9 00 . If )lflTi"dviiica.....J: , IN I ) - RATES OF ADVERTISING. One rnlmnn per yonr . $7B "0 n coin ma six month" 40 (0 Unlf column pT ye . i ) "0 llnlf-cclmnn ix mutitlM .. . 9 'W One-fourth coliiuin iw-tysr SO 00 Vne-fnurth oolnnin six niimth 10 00 Legal ndvprllKlnK tr line. 10 CMits for first insr Hon ana wuU escu unbsaiiueiit lusertlou. CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. Ex-Hkwatoii Schuhz arrived at New York on the 11th from Europe. Edwabd C. Tobkt ha been appointed Postmaster of Boston, rir Burt, removed. 1 v ii i Congressman Wjiith, of Alabama, lias been appointed an .Associate JUstloo for Utah. , N. B. Judd, Collector of Customs at Chicago, has forwarded his resignation to Washington, to take effect Oct. 1. The Rev. Henry Ward Beecher has de clined a proposed public reception at the Academy of Music in Brooklyn. Full returns of the rote for Governor in California glvo Irwin (Dom.) 01,525, Phelps (Rep.) 30,...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 24 September 1875

JAMES T1XM0SS, Editor. FiUDAY,- - SEP. 24, 1875. Republican State Ticket. Tor Governor, It. D. HAYES, of Sandusky. Lleattnani Governor, THOMAS L. YOUXa, of Hamilton. 8npr.ni .lodge, GEORGE W. McILVAINR Auditor JAMES WILLIAMS, ot Franklin. Attorney. Gfcnertt, , JOHN LITTLE, of Greene. Treasurer, X MINOR MILLIKE If, of Butler. Member or Board' of Public Work, JETER THATCHER, of Cttyahoga. Senatorial Ticket. for Senator. THEOPniLUS P. BROWN, of Lumi, CHARLES J. SWAN, ct Putnam. Republican County Ticket. For fUprnMnUHrt, EDWIN R. SAGE. Far rub! Judg. GEORGE C. PHELPS. For Prosecuting Attorney. WILLIAM A. BEN'SCIIOTER. For Commissioners, HENRY CARRE 1 JOSHUA IIOILES. For Infirmary Director JOHN MUIR, Sb. Democratic County Ticket. For St.t. Senator, - C. W. M'DONALD, of Woof, DAVID I. BROWN, of Putnam. For rUprtientative, HATH AN HATFIELD. For Prob.U Judg., J. H. SCnROEDER, For PrAMoalloff A Homer, JASHER PILLARS, For Ciimmiiiin. r, JOEL FOOTE, WESLEY GRAHAM. For Infirmary Director, MADIS...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 24 September 1875

MERCHANDISE THE BEST PLACE TO BXT5T Nails, Glass, Hinges, Shoves, Folks, llocs, Saws, Files, Planes, Braces, Augers, Cliisels, Chains, Baskets, Wrenches. TaMo.fi' Pockot CTJTIm'EIVB', .Plated. Ware, Bird Canes and Toilet Ware, ta large stock,) STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD Kvenr Ktf Wi-rat el, Chain Pp, Wol It.nik, Iroa ramps, for borrd and deep vti-IIm, Tin Ware, Copper Ware, S h c c t-1 r o n- Y a rc 1KB TBI Best Cook Stoves It THE COllSTV, All at lower Prices than the tame ta'lty of Goods can be bought any-WUi-re else, as all Good are bought for easli, anj wl.l be solj yery low HARDWARE, PEitmrsBimc, oiiio IF YOU WANT Flour, Mams, Shoulders, Mess Pork. Cove Oysters, Canned Fruits, Coffees;'. Teas, Sugars, Spices, Dried Fruit, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY You can get them at rensonrible rates at C. W. CHEFS'. tiooda Delivered Promptly, THE PERRYSBURG MILLS Jmi:s r. a vi: a ill. Flonr, Meal, Sill Feed & train. At Wboleeala and Katail. jyOIUMuit Kriialatreet.opiioaiieMille.ea PUItlt VHBIl...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 24 September 1875

The Omaha Dance. YcMcnlny Hi rnmmlixloners hud an nppnriiinitf of witnmlnff an Indian fiance. The Omnlm dartre is a anoial fes tival, and none but good Indiana and Drams are aiithomrit to take part in It. The occasion afforded an excellent Mil, trntion of tha curious customs and bar baric splendor of the race. Face, chief of one of tha bands of the Sioux, was master of the dance. The commissioners 'occu . pied seats under eanvai shade erected within the agency tnclosure. At the ap. pointed hour the shout of the snnaws and soldiers announced the approach of me procession, me gates or the court yard were thrown open, and in the In dians rushed, some on foot and some on horseback, the air resounding with their snouts, me squaws took up positions on nree sines 01 we mclosurc, while the braves, who constituted the musicians and the dancers, dnshed into the center. The drum was placed upon the ground, the musicians gathered round it and began to beat it with their sticks, while the dancer...

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

fSMgjsbnrj -(ourunl. Fublinhod Bvory Friday, nv TIM1 loita. t'd nnm or m isciiirnon. One ci)iT 011A rimr..., ; 11 pulil In nilviiiicv ,' ;' ....... .v.'.., . 00 . 1 60 RATES OP ADVERTISINO. One.ilumn per your. . .. . .... ITS 00 tnifl rnliimn tit month"... 00 jiHll-wiltnim pr y.mr .. .. AO 00 ilnlf-Coliuiiii tlx mouth, k mm Oiifl-Totirth column wr your ,. So 00 Une-fwirdi fttiluiuu tlx Monti.., i. ..T. 10 fWifnt sAwrfWiiif ixir line. 10 cot tnt Srrt Inir lion Mid ft uti Men ubMqUDUt llmertluti. . CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. EiiKixtf (Hep.) majority for Delegate to Congress from New Mexico 14 ftMul 1,500. -- - tx-SENATon Scrrtms delivered a polld- cbi hard-money speech at Cincinnati on the 27th. Rev. H. C. Tilton has declined the nomination for Governor of Wisconsin on the Temperance ticket. Gko. W. GaoK, a prominent citizen and well-known former hotel proprietor of Chicago, died a few days ago, aged sixty. tiirco years. 'Tub Wyoming Legislature In divided politically as follows: Council, 2 ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 1 October 1875

MUTES TIMMONS, Editor. FKIDAY,- OCTOBER 1, 1875s Republican State Ticket. For Governor, K.B. HAYES, of Snmlliskw.. LIotnsnr-fc.rr, THOJJA8 L. VOUXa, of Hamilton. Bnpram JnAfr, GEORGE W. McII.VAINE. Auditor, " ' V . JAMES VILLIAMSPot Franklin. AKnrB-6BrIV L JOIVS. LITTLE, of Greene. t Trsorr, Jt. MINOR MILLIK EX, of Holler. Tambero Board of Public Worki, TETEB THATCHEH, of Cuyahoga. Senatorial Ticket. w nanatnra. THKOPHtLUS P. MtOWN, of Lueas, CHARLES J. BWAN. d mtnam. Republican County Ticket. For Rpreotattv, EDWIN R. SAGE. For robsl Jndg., dfiORGE C. FHELrS. For ProoHng Attorney. WILLIAM A. BENSCHOTER. For Commissioners, HENRY CARREL, JOSHUA HOILES. For Innrmarv fctrectot JOHN MUIR, Br. Democratic County Ticket. For Stale Senators, C. W. M'IKJNALD, of Wood, DAVID I. BROWN, of Putnam. :l1ar-ft. presents II to, NATHAN HATFIELD. For Probst. Judge, J. H. SCHROEDER, For Prosecuting Attorney, JASIIER PILLARS, For Cnaimssslnn-ra, JOEL FOOTE. WESLEY GRAHAM. For Inftrmsrv Director, MADISON ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 1 October 1875

MERCHANDISE THE EST PLACE TO BUTT Nails, Glass, Hinges, Shoves, Folks, IIocs. Saws, Files, Planes, Braces, Augers, Chisels, Chains, Baskets, Wrenches. TaWe & Pocket Plated. Ware, Birl Caps and Toilet Ware, (a large stock,) STRICTLY PDBK WHITE LEAD Etrr Kef Warranted, Mr mm Pump, for bored mad deep vrclla. Tin Ware, Copper Ware, SheclIioit-Wnrc 40 TBI Best Cook Stoves I THE COUNTY, All at lower rrloes than Uro niidc QuVlty of Quods can be bought any Where ,1m, a JJ Oood are bought for esh, and will be olJ rery low ITOHTON'S HARDWARE, rEimvnvno, ouio IP YOU WAjTT GOOD Flour, Hams, Shoulders, Mess Pork, Cove Oysters, Canned Fruits, Coffees, Teas, S u gars, s,, pices, Dried Fruit, AND GROCERIES GENERALLY You cun get them at reasonable rates at G. W. CHEFS'. Ct)oda Delivered rreiuptly. THE PERRYSBURG MILLS JAM ICS I. A V Kit 1 1. 1.. Flir, Meal, Mill Fee t Grail. At Wbo...l tad Retail. yOlEoip Front tr.t. obiiosIi Hill., . rUHttVIHIHO, o. Cailnia Work groaad vry dy e (hart nolle. It ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 1 October 1875

A Curious Relic. A tonniKtnr on Hi mllmiwi, wlill : bnlV In In liitewtr, om thirty miles enst of Stin Hcrnimllno, obsrrved dark, clrcu Mr olivt In the etrenm which, on being brought to the gitrfnce, proved to be a truly mitrvo.oua piece of workmanship, f TUo article in question I composed of a cer tain peculiar ulate colored sune, slmilnr to that tisiially employed by the Indium of Ilritkh Columbia for the manufacture of pipes, and U not found anywhere In this Wale. In form It is circular, being somewhat shaped like a large dinner plate j the bottom for atout aix inches in diame ter is perfectly smooth, and lias a circular orifice In the center about half an inch in diameter. Toward the rim it presents a singularly convex appearance; this rim on the outer-surface is surrounded with a .,, 1 1, nf ornnprlnes. so faultlessly cn- craTed lliat even the most minute fibers of the leaves are cle,arly outlined. On the upper surface of the rim is a peculiar border,- composed first of two pnra...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 October 1875

Perrysburg Journal. , - -? rubl"med Every Xrldar, - .. a ' -nv , . ,.?.., Aft Mas VIMUOMa. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Jjlf emir one year , .... . Wpnkl fa advance.. " .$ ho . 1 Ml RATES OF ADVERTISING. """n irr ynnr ne column nix months.... Ilnlf inliiitin iM-rymir ) 10 tm.r. ' "I IK) ......... vuiuihu nia, kioihiis.a.. 14 III) Mob nd ft ccute aacu subsequent Ins.rllca. CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. The Anclo-Amcrlnan Telegraph Cn'm pany liavo raised their tariff to ono dollur in gold per word. Tub receipts from internal rPVAniin ft the fiscal year tip to tho 2d were $29,289 Wli uu irom customs $44,423,714. niKsiDKNT Grant has rcccnllv ilia P"cd at miction of his blooded stock on Ills fann near St. Louis. Exceedingly t iuicvm wore realizes, hie celebrated trollcr "Amoricnn Girl" dropped dead on tho track while "oiling a race at Elmlra, N. Y.,on the 2d cwiu was vaiucu at $ UO.OOO. . , Tub Hoard of Education of Chicago have recently abolished the reading of tho , Scriptures and repeating of the Lor...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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