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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 January 1871

Miscellaneous Reading. FURTHER LANGUAGE FROM TRUTHFUL JAMES. (NYE'S FORD, STANISLAUS, 1870.) if) P !1P! "Olflreamf ; 19 1 18 I wonder and clonH? , i ? r tJilng what the? aeerrk i i '. I onr elvlllratlnn full nr. Or la the Caucaalan played out? Which expreaalnna are frfoig : f 'i t , ' ' Yet would feebly Imply . JBorne account of a wrong- F Kit teYtalvlt a tla- ' " f SSZ ofi.on partner, ! WlilA hl aoa It was W. Nye, , , . '. f ! J . j . V - tie came aown to the Ford' v- " On the ery name day ' Of that Lottery, drawed By thoae ahar)a at the Flay ; t , 1 And he tav. tn aw. t Truthful, tow roe. ttV I replied, ' It la far, fur, from gay S 'F? pT "ne wild , ; . : . . : , ; , ) -On tula Lottery nam., , J , ; M Ana na even DegnHed ' Inlln Dick' by the nme.'' I Wl'lch eald If vi to me. Inllha U nl, Do you know what hla number la, Jamer"- ? S3 t, -i id nm mum, t -s Which he atarted and drew '.; Out a Hnt. Whlrh h. urmvnnAi 1 Tfceu lie softly went flr hi revolver, jrith Ungf uge I cannot comma...

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 January 1871

JAMES TIMMCraa, Editor. FRIDAY, - 7iNlJA13rl871. A RARE OFFER OT PATRONS OF THE JOURNAL. The Journal at $1 50 Per Annum. Xpptnaetilag the eloe of the year 1870, II I w-kh pfewsnre we state that Hit business of our nffi'ce and the circulation of oar paper hat been toadily increasing. 8ueh being the case we propose at tbe commencement of the new year to reduce the price of the Joctimsl to single subscribers to On Poll a and Firrr Cntb per annnm, payable In adrance. If not paid within three weeks from January first, two dol lar will be charged ai heretofore- Thia price is auoh aa will offer m Inducement In our frienda to put forth renewed efforts in our favor. It will be found that the Journal will alwaya give a full, and comprehensive view of Uenerai, aicar and Local news. It wiUbe our highest ambitiou to make it In ever, arose a competent representative ol (he IntMtali ot Wood County. FAw those who may wish to take some of the Wading periodicals in connection with the Joi n Ml wa har...

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 January 1871

rtlUf9 MIDAT KORNIRO 91 james TinraoiKs. montbt 1 1 j jonth, SO. Invariably taadva ne. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. tenia octxj. aoma otb. a.m. r.. a.m T....11.4J I .Jo I Cn.tar ....4 15 .l.ftH rVrvb'rgl..lirnw.50 I Mlltnn ' X 4.01 ii.tlU'ralrelJII Weston 4. 48 4.14 His "It.M It. 14 I Tnntrgany .04 4. .14 Tmtngany 11.44 10.15 I llsskins .. .5.15 4.45 Weston-. l.g 1(.44 HullPralrn 6.18 4.47 Milton . 1.10 lt.M Perrysbnrg 37 5.10 " 1.14 l.9 Toledo 8.05 6.40 ACCOMMODATION. Txleitn Perrysbnrg .... Hull' Prairie-.. Ilaskin Tnntngany Weston Milton Custer F.W. ..1.10 4.04 . 4.S7 4.44 5.04 .5.19 0.00 A.M Cnstar Milton Weston Tontngsny Raskin Hull Prairie-' Perrysburg. .(1.61 .. 0.6(1 T.IO 7.50 ..8.08 .8 11 ..a. 41 Toledo 9.25 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. oi the First and Third Honda j Evenings nf each Monlh, at follows J anaary .... ....I 17 July 4-18 February T 11 March 7-11 April 4-18 May 1-10 August 116 September ...... 6 19 October .1-17 Novem...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 January 1871

NASBY. NASBY. [From the Toledo Blade.] MR. NASBY AFTER LISTENING TO THE DEBATE ON THE M'CREERY RESOLUTION TO THE ARLINGTON ESTATE TO TO THE ARLINGTON ESTATE TO THE LEE FAMILY, DREAMS A DREAM, IN WHICH HE UNVEILS A POSSIBLE (AND WHICH HE UNVEILS A POSSIBLE (AND PROBABLE) FUTURE. WASHINGTON, Dec. 26, 1870. VshIngton Isn't i a remarkably good pl5 trr Uiinootats Jint t tlil tfme, Tbe Ablishnlst are in power, and everybody ueem Xn realize th fact. The hotel keep ers all know it. They know thatal)im ocratlLln her not bin to' make here, and, cx a consekence, when one uv us makes his appearance he Is unanimously rekested to pay afore he reRlnters his name. It wuz not so under Johnson. The landlords all knew that ef we hedn't money, all we lied to do wuz to cit on irood terms with John son and we cood git it, and credit wuz men anawame. -in eonscKcnce ut this in htfrrtnH ifDwlsheri nv men uv mv anncar bin, 1 atahotpatrnnlMn a hotel In Wash ington at present. ' I take my meals at free lunches...

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 January 1871

Miscellaneous Reading. TEACH US TO WAIT. BY PHŒBE CARY tyirr ra we m lirrpatlenf of delay, '' irtfiiKiMK nimTwr hit me nme to net i Forlhna we lire to-morrow In tO-Sy, f. Ves, aa4 to-morrow we mar never see. ' w r too hanty ; are not rerinrllM . To let kind natnre do tierwnrk alnri; we plant onr wed. end like fnolleh child We dig It np to tea If It haa grown. The grd that la to he we covet now, - W cannot welt for the ff"lnted Honrs foro the frnlt l ripe we .hake the honirli, " Ami Mlzethe bad that fold away the flower. When mldnlfrM ciarttneiii reisrna we do not eee -That the aarl night It mother of the morn ;. , We cannot think onr bwn aharp aironjr May be the birth pang of Joj unborn. i.Jntrt the ikiat we nee onr Idole cent, , - Af"! err, that deal hae trlnmphed, life I TOldl we do ot trnat the promise, that the lt -Of all onr enemlee shall be deatrnyed I With reet almo.l In ilirht the spirit fainta. And heart and fleh row weary at the Inat, Onr lteet would walk the city of the M...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 January 1871

JAMES TIMM0N8,. Editor, FMDAYy. JANUARY, 20, 1 87 1. A RARE OFFER TO PATRONS OF THE JOURNAL. The Journal at $1 50 Per Annum. Approving U.rceM of the year 1870, il ii wun vhitoti wo state mat tn Dimness or onr nffire end the oirtulatlon of onr paper hue been HbexlHt iaoreaslne;. Hneli bring (he esse we prnpneti althe onmmeneement of Ihe new year to red the price of the Journal to single aMrnrrbera to Uxa Dollar and Firrr Cints ;vwnnnm, payable in advance. If not paid vstttiln three week from January first, two dol tm will be charged at heretofore, Thla price ie auch ai will offer an Inducement trt our frienda In pnt lorlli renewed efforta in onr rar. It will be found that the Jouhmal will adtvaya glr a full and comprehensive view of (iencral, JVlitlcal arid Local new a. It will be-our highest ambition to make it in very dense s- competent representative of Ihe interests ot Wood Oonntr. For those who may wish to inks gome of the leaning periodicals In connection wttn tne jorn 9 41 we ...

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 January 1871

DSLISHRD IVIRT FRIDAY MORNllfQ BT JAMES TI.IIRIONS. TSRM3. On copy, one year, tl : - mnnlht $1 Jlmnntht, 50e.. Invariablytn tdvtnce. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OINO tOOTB . QOIMO MORTB. T.U. A.M. Cnstar 4 3) .5fl a.m. r.it. Toledo.. .11.45 9.20 Perrrsb'rgll.l2rMft.M lliillPralr.il XI ID la Milton 4 119 4.02 Weston. "4. 48 4.14 llaskins ..11.34 Tontogany 12.44 Wanton l.na 10.14 j Tontogany ft. 04 10.26 I II. .Vina .. .& lit 4.84 4.46 10.44 I IlnllPr.irle5.18 4.4T 1A At 1 .-I....- t ST 1 IA Milton 1.10 laatar.... 1.14 lo.if Toledo MS 6.40 " u.vwilcllfBUUIMV.. I 0.1V ACCOMMODATION. Toledo. ..t ten .. A.M. Cnalar A. 61 Pffrryabiirr ....... 4 01 Hull Pririe 4.37 Milton .6 Weston T.IO Raskins Tontogany Milton . -4.44 6.01 5.80 too Tontotranv 7.60 I Haakins 8.08 null Pralri .8.12 Perrrsbnrir 8.42 Cuttar .0 Toledo 9.26 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. Communications on the Firt and Third Monday aremngsnr each Month, as follows: January . .........

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 January 1871

The Facts in the Case of George Fisher, Deceased. BY MARK TWAIN. This la history. It Is not wild pxtrava frW.t, like "John Williamson Jilarkcnfcia'g Great noof Contract." but in plain state-. niont of fiuitg and circumstances with which tho Concross of the United States has Interested itself from time to time dur ing the long period of half a century. I will not call this matter of George Fisher's a great deathless and unrelenting swindle upon the Government and people of the United States for It has never been bo decided, and I hold that it is a grave and solontn wrong for writer to cast slurs or call names when such is the case hut will simply present tho evidence, und let the reader deduce his own verdict. Then we shall do nobody injustice, and our con sciences shall bo clear. On or about the 1st day of September, 181H, the Creek war bcing'then in progress in Florida, tho crops, herds and houses of George Fisher, a citizen, wero destroyed, cither by tho Indians or by the United S...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 January 1871

Miscellaneous Reading. "AWFUL." UT,tf i"nLnB Delmloo'i. a week or two a?o, iV.c,hr"ln m,1 nlilen and her dapper little Irani . myfo'rk' - t"n0on' M 1 trlfl l "ttaik1 ,ol,1,lon of 1,18 neinliig of tbelr It wee ell ehont t party. which they eald Wat Where their "awful pretty" hoetese had an T0T ",,fnl nn1nif l,ocilace,,, which her Iladjwwtired for her at Tiffany's, while ihopplnj With mamma aet, 'twnnlfl seem, there waa a drawback to the a . .. pleasures or mo rete H"' " -ewiiii etyiun" fteginald arrived "ao And the " awful swill' ' arrangement of hla "awful V - - M.:e"erav.t All, lila 'nf.il I -And IiIb " awful fovely" waistcoat didn't com. peusate for that Then he flirted-" Oh, 'twas awful I "-with that ' awful lilHf lulu. Who was ditueliur, after supper, to the atralna of 'Captain f.nka-,'1 auu hi pu men -awrui compliments" -'twaa realty quire ansnrti -.. Just the " awrulect of nonsense that a creature war nearu I listened quite bewildered by the babble of the i"" , who were sittin...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 January 1871

"'"jAMeVtIMMONS,"" Editor. f iiiiDAir rJ an ii A it v7 271 sn. A RARE OFFER TO PATRONS OF THE JOURNAL. The Journal at $1 50 Per Annum. Ayprnaching Hie close of Ilia year 1S70, H is wwi'ptbnsurt we stale that the business of our dined and the circulation of our paper has been steadily increasing. Such being the case wo propose at tin commencement of tht new year to reduce tho prlco of the Journal to single aubsctibert to UNI 1ollab, and Finv Cents per annum, payable In itdvance. If not paid , within three weeks from January first, two dol lar will be charged as heretofore, . Thla price it such aa wilt offer an Inducement t our friends to puitdrth renewed efforts in onr favor. IlwiUbo found that the Jouhkal will always -e;We. a, foil and comprehensive view of Onerall JMiliViorl and Local news. It will be ou highest ambition to make it' in every aonso a' competent representative of the intnreats ol Wood County. For those who may vriah to tsko some of the loading periodical In anrmcctio...

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 January 1871

y ri;lL1flHRD XVF.RT ritlDAf ITORTI! IT J A. TIES TIJIIUONS. tBRM3. Onsenpy,oneyetr,9t montls $1(3 montln, SOo. Inveriably in sdvsnce. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. oomo sootb. noma worth. A.M. P.. r.M. A.M. Toledo.... 11.45 .20 t Cnslsf i..-4SS 8.58 Perrvab'rgll.UmO.M) Miltnn 4 89 4.02 HuUPraiTelJ.31 JO. 10.1 Wrstnn. 4.48 4.14 Hasklns ..12.84 10 .14 1 Tontogany .H 4.34 Tontogany 12.44 10.25 I Haskins -S.15 4.45 Weston... 1.00 10.44 Ho.HPrairie4.lS 4.47 Mi linn .... 1.10 10.55 I Perrrsburg 5 37 5.10 Custer.... 1.14 10.69 Toledo S.Oft 5.40 ACCOMMODATION. r.u. A.M. T-ledo 3.20 I Cnalar 0.5! Perrysburr 4!04 Miltnn On Hull Prairie 4.37 1 Wcatnn T.IO Masking 4.44 Tontngsny 7.50 Tontogany 5.04 Raskins 8.08 W,ton 5.30 Hull Pralri 8.12 Milton 0.00 I Perrysburg 8.42 Cuatar .0S Toledo 9.25 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. ftttted Cnmrnunloatinns on the First and Third Monday Evenings of each Month, as follows: January J-1 I July 3-17 Fobruii...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 January 1871

The Next Presidency. f Vics-Prkmdrht Colfax, who hM over Sad again reiterated his dotorminiulon to lrtire to private life nftcr hl present term of ofllce expires, and who declines, uudor any circumotances, to be conniilcred as orie of the numerous aspirants for the next i'resiucncy, la out in an articlo in this , Week's IruUpendewti In which ho 'takes up the cudgel for the Republican party In his ' usual vigorous stylo. " Tho Future of the Republican Party " Is Its title. Of course the theme affords Mr. Colfax a wide field for speculation. He bclloves that the " prophets of evil," who croak about a " new party " that must of necessity arise " out of the ashes of the old Republican party, to carry the next election, are cronk lng in vain, and that tho same votes which curried Lincoln triumphantly to tho White House will agnin place General Grant at . tho head of the nation In 1872. Mr. Col fax argues fWm the past record of the Re- publican party, to show that it has by no moans lost ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 February 1871

Miscellaneous Reading. BINDING SHEAVES. BY JEAN INGELOW. - ,!"", ntitier, ro th leav, Irk drop their wlntts, Llttl brook, for til their mirth. -4. ,Ar not hMtn . Otvj me what the lore, 1 worth That I give the. 41 Speech that nmnA( fc fA.vAH , Tell th storv throneh; J towed my love In with the corn. And thejr both grew. J hived honey sweet, ' Brit count the love of more worth Laid at thy feet. "Money's worth h bona and land. Velvet coat and vent, , Work- worth la bread In band. At, and aweet reet. Wilt thon learn what lova la worth r Ah, eh alt above, Slijhlnir, ' WelRh me not with earth, Love's worth la love." .r . vviiiii vnw wilf o 11 Win Af M.th . . THE STORY OF A VALENTINE. BY EDWARD EGGLESTON. TTntiert smM T mmtii .,.!.. . i. : ip 1 j . turn murj u I would disguise the names. It came otit quite incidentally. We were discussing the woman question. I am a " woman's Tighter." Hubert the Rev. Hubert Lee, I should say, pastor of the " First Church.'1 and, indeed, the only church 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. — 3 February 1871

w.grrr. T- r .w .. v AMES TI MM ON 8 Editor." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 3, 1871. A RARE OFFER TO PATRONS OF THE JOURNAL. The Journal at $1 50, Per Annum. Approaching the ctose-of the ;ut 1870, U Is frhh pleasure we stale that the tfcalr-oss of oar rffice and tlit cirooUtionof-m paper bkt been Bteadilj IncrcawiogN . Raxfc boing the ease we proposa-al tos commencement of the new yraf lo nxWw tli price nf the Jomwiu to single tmcrire to Una bow. a a and Firrr Cimt par annvm-, payable in advance. If not paid within three weeks from January first, two dol lars will be oharsd as hcralofon.. This price it such as will offer an Inducement - nur friends to put torth i newed effort in our favor. It will be found that the-JntiRNii. will always give a full and comprehensive view of uenerai l olilical and Local news. It will be nur highest ambition to make It lo very sense a competent representative of the Interestnl' wood County. . Ft Mtose who may wish to take some of the Ira.litiff periodicals in con...

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 February 1871

fUlLUHUD TRT FRIDAf ftoKlvINfl Bt JAMES Tl.nitlOIVS, Trims t 0n "PTi nn 7'r, In advance f 8'ff On copy, ai months 00 On enpy, threa month 40 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOINO NORTH. A.M. 8. SB 4.02 4.14 ooino iocra. a.m. r.M, r.M. Toledo-"It. 4 9.20 ) Cnstai Hi Perrvsb'rg 12.i2m.AO Milton 4 89 Hnlll'rairelJ 31 10.10 I Weston.. .-4.48 Masking ..12.SU 10.14 i Tontogany 6.04 4.34 Tontogany 12.44 10.25 I Masking .. .6.15 4.45 Wanton... 1.00 10.44 IlullPrairie o 18 4.47 Milton .... 1.10 10.65 I PerrysburgS 87 6.10 t'uaur.. ACCOMMODATION. . . T.X. A.M. T'ledn 3.20 Cnstar 8.61 PerrynWir 4 04 Milton 8.58 lull Prairie. .... 4.37 1 Weston T.IO Il.nkins - 4.44 Tontogany ......7.60 Tontogany B.Ol I Haakins 8.0R Jton 5.30 Hull Prairie 8.12 Milton 8.00 Perrysburg R.42 vustar 8.08 Toledo 9.25 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. SOCIETIES. Phoenix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. rutted Communications on ttie First end Third Monday Evenings of each Month, as follows: January ........2 18 I Jul 317 t...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 February 1871

CURRENT ITEMS. A Popular 8bnation Cold fingers, wrmnoi twentv-rour Senator ex plre on the 4th of Murrh. Tim Wohst Kind of Education To be brought up by n roll i- ..1t A VinowiA Kiii of wxuien ban died of chool "lcnmonu boarding Th deepest excavation In the United KID t Aa ! at . i 11 Ton look m though you were beside V fill rani f . j "1 - ., rf on n ng mill iO A 101 IOW WHO WftJI atani-linfv - .i i ...... tiunu vu n uoiiKey, . .i.,ia VII OllID UUIB wax, which they mistook for maple sugar, MalneeXP08ed tW yo,,ng burK,ar 'n A ITXnn Hitlt I HI ,lll,.. - nibunuk limuey, . . ??J Property, no Insurance In the Mu- filial I (fn TnManA. 1 . . .u.,uij.uu company, or Uhtaaro, and yet leaving a wife and amall children to mourn your neglect. i Ir iXJB lnfmr your pioperty, the ... nuum mu neaviiy upon your family, It Is wiser to Insure your life, the loss of which would be a Vow still heavier. Insure In the Washington. A Charitablk Cincinnati gentleman keeOS a TWiif nf Antra r, nl ...1.1 n I. : ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 February 1871

Miscellaneous Reading. LOSING AND LIVING. Fni th nn In pouring bit o1il mfrf!T,l-',:,,l: ,h" hnrrow; k ii nitJ1" "I"1'"" mmmll. cold, To withhold hit largeness of preelou. Uizht I. to bury btras.lt to eternal n. hi. K To glv ! to lira. Ths flower shine, not for It.sir at all 1 ; JU joy ta the to. It freely diffuses; W fcmnty and halm It hi prodigal ' No ShJiA'V Ik Um " "e"tly lose. ST.lT! '"' "".J"" bn ?1T or doom. 'th to wither or bloom. ! , " " ' To deny if! , i ; . I to die. , tT 'n? """ r,T1 "d, Th.7a.i2T 1"d to, tha hr, command, L . hJf if' ,b hwt HKhtnlna motloD. Sill tns mirror It dry end Images death, it,; To give . 1 to live. fliL'Jll,,,,,.who"' h.nii no otKincd wide a "!S "' of human brother; Wh-Lf "'T'"',h of f-l"nK rid. , . .fW9ht; '" place to another. And tnon.and million lives .re hi WHO Carrie, the world In hie sympathies . ' . - Is to die. . ' ' " . SOMETHING ABOUT MY PETS. ' vMf "7 a mtlcr ,eiM" lheT ,iavo cost me the different pots I have had: not their possession,...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 February 1871

J AMES TIMMON 8, Editor. FRIDAT, - FEBRUARY, 10 1871, I A RARE OFFER TO PATRONS OF THE JOURNAL. The Journal at $1 50 Per Annum. Approanliins; the close of the year 1870, it la with pleasure we stale that tho business of onr office and the circulation of our paper hat been atetdily Increasing. Such being the eaao we propose at the commencement of the new year t reduce tho price of the Journal to single subscribers to Om Dollar and I'iftt Csmts per annum, payable ja edrance. If not paid within three weeks from January first, two dol lars will be charged as heretofore. .This price is such as will offer an Inducement . to our friends to put torth renewed efforts in our favor. It will b found that the Journal will always give a full and comprehensive view of - Oeneral, Political and Local news. It will be our highest ambition to make it In erery sense a competent representative of the interests ot Wood County. for those who may wish to take some of the leading periodicals in connection w...

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 February 1871

ri)lM(IHRD EVRRI FRIOAr JtOKMKd BT JAKIES TIM HONS.- -: TFltJIMI Ont copy, nne year. In advance-..- It' 6ff Ons copy, six months... 1 00 Oot oopy, three months 60 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOIMO SOOTH. OOIHO XOKTH. . . A.M. r.. T.M. A. Toledo-... 11.45 f.20 I fjustar ....4 85 P errysb'rg 12l2riit.BO Milton .. .. -4 39 HullPrairell.Sl 10.10 f Weston... -4.48 Haskins "1J.J4 10.14 j Tontngany 5.04 Tnnloganjr 1J.44 10.24 I Haskins .5.15 Weston-., 1.00 10.44 HullPrairie 5.18 Milton 1.10 10.55 Perrvsburg5.a7 Custar.... 1.14 10.59 I Toledo fl.05 .8 4.02 4.14 4.34 4.45 4.47 5.10 6.40 ACCOMMODATION. w A.M. Toledo ..a. 20 f! us tar Milton Weston Tontngany . Haskins Hull Prairie Perrysbnrg. Toledo 0.61 Porrynhtirg Hull Prairie Haskins ..- ... TnntoganT W-.ton... 4.04 6.66 ....T.IO 7.50 8.08 8.12 .....8.42 4.37 4.44 S.Ot 5..10 8.00 .0 mil ton . vusiar , 9.25 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. SOCIETIES. SOCIETIES. Phœnix Lodge N. 123, F. and A. M. Stited Communications on the First and Third Monda...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 February 1871

CURRENT ITEMS. To Keep Dhv Live on codftoh. DANahMotTS ' Arpociat( Thoio who anwdft8ttokiU.H '.-. 'A - If you have means, live within them i if you have not, live without tucm. The seed carte In Louisiana was gorlously injured la December, and the uir croo of 1871.W1W be short; - The Waslilnttton Life is nubstantlal In its assets, eleVRted in Ita standing, and cane fully energetic in lu management. Geo. T. 1Iof its .... , , Swinciing Is said by the doctors to bo very guid exorcise for a person's health but ninny a poor wretch lias come to his death by-it, , . A couhtiiym ah went to tlw Terre llaute, Ind.", gas works- tho other day for a jug full of ga to burn in a ooal-oll lamp. . . A Nbw-Yokk cat was so rash as to lick the cliock of a lady of improved complex ion, and in a few minutes was no more. West Viroima law requires ministers to give bond for $1,500 before they are au thorized' "to perform the marriugo core mony. , - , ...... ' . " The prisoner has a very smooth counte nance...

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