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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 December 1871

Miscellany. THE BLESSING OF TO-DAY. "rj Awn, we never prlae the mtinle Till the, swc.t-volccil hlrdhvp flown j t fflrmiK. that we ohould slight ho violet. Till tli lovely Nnwrro urn Bones 8rn!, that .iimniar skies and sunshine Never onchalf . fnlr As when winter's snmvy nlnlnns Hhnko the whlto down In the air. Una from which the scat of sllcnco None hut (lod can roll away. Never fclowmncd laawh hcniity-' Ap adorn the month tit-day. 'nd sweet word that freight our memory With their beautiful perfume, Come u tia (n sweeter accent., Tkroagh the portnla of the tomb. ' lettia frntticrnp lh minlicnms ' I.yliifj all nronml our path; Let iik keep the wheat and roses. Casting out the thorna anil chuff; Let ni find onr swectept comfort 1 In the hleiwlnfra of the day, AVIth a patient hand removing , All the brlara from our way. Churchman. WASTED PRESENTIMENTS. t Everybody likes n good ghost utory i nnd still more pomilnr, perbnp., nro thoso quiuiUupcrnnturiu histories which trent of presentime...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 December 1871

"TjAM E TIM M 0 N S , E di t or7 FEItTAY, DECRMDKR 20, 1871- "A Happy New Year." tafurs another issue of Jot rai. wilt resch Itaraadara, tha old jar, 1371, frith lis pleas drat and ila soicnws, will ba numbered with tha Ihlngs of Ihe pant. Wa llirrefoio lake litis ee ainn tn wish onr patrons, one aod nil, a Happy and Frotrona Jfw Tear. Near TarV. troil, Cairn, Leavenworth, Rn aa City, Cincinnati and Knoxrille ara troubled with Tammany Ring. Wa know how It la our selves. And atill tha people ara not happy. Waal tra thej fing tn do about it f Wr. Jgaai R. 0st, Ilia President's father, vae atrieken with paralveia whtfe writing at bia ilaak In lha poeloffiee at Covington, Ky., on Wedaesdav of laat week. Tha attack waa not vary severs one, but a the old gentlem in has paaeed bit seventy-sixth year, it if hardly prob abla that ba wfll recoyer from lia effjets. Tha Snprema Court of Ohio hart g lately nnanimoualy sustained tba constitutionality of a apeeial act nf Iba legislature, authorizi...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 December 1871

'wg$bug gotnnnl ft tLUIIRO KTIRT miDAT MORHIKO BT JANES TinmONS. ' TEHDIK t Ok py, n yssr.iu Advsne..-- npy, sis 01 nn tin a opy, thrODth Hates of AdvertlMlnfr. l no 40 .$ 1 Oa iiiiitxiii insertion Rack aabsen,uent Insertion" nliiaii for t month-.. li ctlimg fur months 4leinn fur 11 month" V4 e.lumn fur S month Vi eolemn for months column for 12 month ; column for S month nlmnn for months I column for II month olama for 11 month Admiaistrstor's or Executor' rfnllce- Baslnei esrds, lot exceeding 8 lin, 1 Kutiee la IocaI column, per line JOR PR1NTIK , Of vry description, executed in a atrt Ing competition, and cheep a can be alsewhere. We give oar personal attention to II Job Work, sad allow nous but first claaa work to leara the office. Call and examine spec Imena. no so T no 11 o 20 oo to no is no .to oo 12 no 22 oo 40 no TS 00 1 00 defy-done TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. 0OIK9 loom . a. a. f.. Tllo..-1130PM 9.20 rsrrvsb'gU 57 .. HullPra' 1.11 10. H II, skies.- 1.17 1 17 T.ntugaa...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 December 1871

CURRENT ITEMS. A Noiat PmcK of Crockery The cup that cheer. . ' Thbhk tiro twenty-seven nillrond tun nels In New York mid New Eiinlr.nil. Tim Week ending IWmlier 1(1, 1871, Is I1 1 lre Iwen the coldest experienced in Vermont for 83 yenra, A Kalamazoo (Mich.) wnmnn sued her on for refusing to support licr, mid ob tained a verdict of f 4.r(). Tuft Romance op Tiiatie Uuylnjr on credit, selling for cnnh, fniling, nnd pny injr twenty-lire cents on tho dollar. Birds op a Feather. , "Ml'fnrUifit' never eomo olnale," " And po, llkn hirdn of n feather, The marriage and the dentin., Are lway printed together. The Grand Duke promised Governor Geary, of Pennsylvania, that lio would at tend Lite Contenniitl of American Inde pendotice, at I'liiladelphia, in 187(1. An exclmnfro predicts fearful times in tho future for old bachelors s 1872 is leap year j1-nnd with tho general advance In woman's rights, no unmarried man over twenty-five is safo. Mr, Seward Is preparing a sketch of his recent trip ar...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 January 1872

Miscellany. ANOTHER YEAR. BY NORAH PERRY. " kutrmVt cr,' she sulci, " muithnr yi-sr. ThoHo.roH(; I hnve muctn-d with so much enre, Iliivn nau-hed and tnnd(-4 without mln or fear, Nholl ltnl and hloom for mo excprilfin fnii- Another year," alio Mid, " another yenr." "Another ypnr," ulie unld. "another your, My lifo prrhnpn mm' bud end bloom amiin, Mny hurt mid lilootn like those red roses Wi I nltkn then, tended wfth regret ami pniu Another year icrhnp, another year. " Another year", ah ve, another venr, When hloom my rows, all my life shnll bloom M'lien snnunrr f nines, my summer too'll be here, -.And I thrill cease to wander In this gloom Aiiolhur year, ah yea, another year. " For ah, another year, another year, I'll sot my life In rii her, atromior aoll, And prime the weed away (hat creep too near, And watoh atirt tend with novor-criisins; loll - Another year, h yea, another year," Another year, aln 1 another year, The. roses all lay withering ere their prime, 1 oor blighted hud, ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 January 1872

JAMES TIMM0N8, EditoT FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1872. The New Year. "Hew Tsars' Hay," ts it Is commonly termed' waa very genorally ubiervcd In this 'ocaHl-ess huliday. Ths visitation of friends, tin prescn ttilnn of gifts End the hospitalities of tin Ublt being I order. In theso matters wa but follow Iht nssgss of past gonoralinus of mankind, who froea tlmi . Immem trM have oo.iseorated tin iBUDsnceinsut of the Now Year to similar pur. poeee. The Jews liad a two fold commencement of tlisyeer civil and religious. Tba latter took ptaco from their exit from Egypt, which to them, was as tlie Christian era to us, a new begiuning f tnre. This commsnced about the rental fquioot but the orijrlnsrear begin at the au tumnal. Thia waa commenced with what the Jews term their feast of trumpets. Their Sett Year's Day was suDWMiuentl religious fcstl vat. The present ewmth, (January,) waa ftrst In trodnced Into the year by Km, bvfore whose lime the Roman year was very defective, and ther were obliged to r...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 January 1872

rrftLIIHRD KTKRT PR10AT MORNINO BT TEitmt Oat eopy, ene year, in advance--" $1 50 1 00 to Wae Sopy, til months Oat opj, three months Kale of Advertising. Oh iquarsooe Insertion ! Bh sabseqnent insertion eolumn for 1 months aelnran fur month Weotaain for 11 months ealuma for S months eolumo for months ii column for 12 months eoluma for months f'i column for months I solumn forll months column for 1 months Admiaiatratnr'e or Bieoulor's Notices Baainess esrds, not exceeding 8 lines, 1 year Helices it loesl column, per tins ; 1 00 to r oo 12 oo 20 00 10 00 18 00 30 00 12 00 22 00 40 110 75 00 2 00 6 00 10 JOB PR1NTIN 1, Of ererf description, executed In a style defy Inc sompetition, and as ehesp ss can be -'. me Isswhsrs. We give our personal attent.L to II Job Work, and allow none but first class srerk to tears the ofBoe. Uall and examine specimens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOIHO NORTB. r.M. A M eoixesoura . a.m. r.M. Telede-.-lI.J0m 0.20 rrrrsb'gl2.57 .A2 Hull'rra'e 1.15 10.14...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 5 January 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. Mn. Moffat, of Ohio, tried to melt a Imllot out of Ills gun. No succeeded. Apd sixty-two. MiciiAEi, Ascttci.o Caktont, the Wind Duke of Srrmonto, enn repeat Dinrtc's works from beginning to end, mid lectured on them to a select circle in Home, . ...Two prisoner recently rsenped from tl0 Piin Frnncisco lull, liy digiring their wy through a ten-inch brick wall by the old only of n Rpoon and a piece of wire. -An old lady from one of our rural dis tricts astonished a clerk in one of the stores ft fow dnys ago by Inquiring if lie linnny "yallcr developments sicli usthcy did ilp letters in." The Chicago Republican publishes sec tions of what it calls "a very bad poem" oirtbe tire, and snys that if any one of Its readers knew the" author, and will kill him, it will publish his obituary free. TttB lady selected to be the wife of Al exia la the Princess Thyra, of Denmark. fSho is an excellent linguist, being able to use her husband's four languages and go two "better;. A MTTI....

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 January 1872

Miscellany. A STRANGER IN THE PEW. T(M)B lluli' Jbw-lv! She tossed hark her curl. Anil, tlimili she i often the wetest of girls. This was something she couldn't and Voiiiilu't en dipt; 'Tnaii Ihc moanont. hunt liripulltcait, she was sure. Anil a t litiijr, she declared, that never would (Id, To co to n rhiirrh where one didn't lulling, Then milk down the nl-lo liku the best In tlio throng, Anil seat one's vlf plump In another one'a m.'v. Humph! Didn't her father own his out mid out, Anil didn't llinjr nil It up full, Just aliiint. When wniinima and puixi, mill herself nml tin' buy. Were Voatotlr1' And didn't their boots mnke a "n noi- v In moving along to ntuke room for a stranger? Anil wvn't It conl, with the hraxenest fine,, To i-xpeit at each hymn pa would tlnd out the pliieo (If lien dlilu't or Boh, hut there wasn't much danger) f . With wielt feeling at heart, and their print nn her fare. Last Sunday our Bessie hltihrtt out of her "plnce" To nuikn room for a girl, Very slmMiy a...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 January 1872

grngflbuvg gjjournnl. JAMES TIMMONS, Editor? " " FRIDAY, .JANUARY 12,1872. Our New Commissioner. We are not personally acquainted Willi tlie new Commissioner, M. Bs.imnrr, but arc In firmed by two eilitens of MMdletnn township, itiKt lit ll conscientious nun n-I will be lik.ly to per "nrm hit public dnliiS in tlio in terests of Hie people, lu Mm do this end steer clenr of tlio unscrupulous men who re rrpeeling to use li i nt to tlie'ir poramal advan tage mil he wilt liereafljr rocoire a. eurdial euJursemcat. A Mercenary Falsifier. ''Tho suppression of en essential troth It p ovtiVUIljf equivalent tn the suggestion of a filsehond." No method of calumny It more unjust then this. The Insinustnr or asssllsnt mn show some proof, probsbly, for what he as- rt..n (nrashe mcs. thus civing in sir of It mesty to what lie says, end Impose upon the 111 informed end credulous, when it the tsmc t:me be is deliberately misrepresenting the case whole, snd intentionally conveying a false impression. ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 January 1872

ftfBLftHRD KVIRT FRIDAY MOMUNd BT JAMES TIItllUOKS. teiihihi 0t topy, nno ytar.ln advance.. $1 0 Oat topy , til months 100 O opy, three month 60 It a ten of Advertising. O tqtiar one insertion" Bash subsequent insertion 00 0 M olumn lor S month i alnmn fur A mnntlii li tolumn for 12 manihi i ttluma for S month M olumn fnr months i olumn for 11 mnnlhi"... W column for I mnntlii column for moutlia column fori monthi lolurnn for 11 mnntlii Administrator' orExeeutor'i Notices' Business cards, not exceeding A lines, I year Vuticee in local column , per line JOB PltlNTIN I, Of very description, executed in a stvle 1 00 12 00 10 00 10 00 18 00 30 00 12 00 22 00 40 It 0 71 00 1 00 defy- lag competition, and a cheap a can b done leewhere. We (fire onr personal attention to II Job Work, and allow nono but first class work to leave the office. Call and examine specimens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. ) iters . a.m. r.K. Ts5do--11.30DI O.JO a oi no mortii r.M. Cnstar 3.20 Milton 3.24 Weston-...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 12 January 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. " CoNsiriKit Oi.Aw" In the name of n Huston pntntcr mid glnzlttr. TiiBhk itre slxtym-vcn female editors tmd r(?'ewc-r in l'nrls. Ovkh nix tliniiHnnd million pin are uhciI In tho United States ctu-h year. A rtOAH at itmp on tlio oldewalk rnitsed the donih of a lMttNlitirgh lady. IvColorado a bald person Audit himself Hinted ttrn "n man with Ills head nliovp Umlierline." Jinks Rays that wedding-rings oiivM to he recliriHtened Rnuller-rlrigs. Ho has lioen married five years. If a man tells you that water, leeched Mirough tnlies, is lit for bevorago, don't believe him. It is a lye. DxiiV newsnaner DarncrnuUinir Is net- tine4ho fearfully ahreviatcd. Here's a spetjtjirn recording a death; "Clay Spen cm, tiolvrod, pint of Memphis whisky." MS.' Siiani.kv, of Kit Carson, lost his cow.- recently. Qiul. after a lonir search. found her in the midst of a herd of 80,0,110 buffaloes. The bison community had re ceived her on terms of absolute equality, and It took threo men and three...

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 January 1872

Miscellany. DINNA CHIDE. BY MARGARET E. SANGSTER. An t dlnna rhlnV flic Millar I Y may n hue her Inns?, Her voire nhan your lny rrt, ssftly crooned tho. iwnr, Wi IhwM yn nf'cr harden, Hhp BTrrtnd ya wl' jnv, An' heart mi' hand In rn'rln' )', Fcmn' Mill thvtr dear employ. Her hn' hue lout It runnm', IT frrnthlin' now and. stotv, Ihrt. her heurt l hut r lovln', As It WM iMVftllUo An' thorn -r ulrcnitth may wllhcr, An' fwl her pnlflca best, Sunn will he like the mllher, " tlcndfiti'l, true, an' sweet ! Ye maun revere the tnltbiT, feeble an' mild an' riiv, The Khlnln' mr-sr Vielpin' her A'livin lmrin' way ! IM- hlrn wall her yonder, Iter iriH non irono before, Hhe wvnUcr ran ye wonder f 'J1 Win to that liraw shore ! Ah ! dlnna chide the mllher, Oh I lip ho slow to Mr, A' worda to vex the gentle heart, Wha watched yonr ehlldhood'a day ; Ay, rln to heed the tender voire . Wha crooned yoer cradle sang. An' dlnna chide the mllher, din' Ye may nn hae her lane I . —Hearth and Home. HOW I WAS ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 19 January 1872

gmjjjSturg gaurmil JAMES TIMM0N3, Editor. " IRIDAV, - JANUARY 19,172-, The- Ealnn, Olilo, fieyiufer, of the Hlh ln., tif of Ton. Vc Ihitahs W trW'Jt It will never gel hcalthr fur Iri.i anT'lire,but that lii mnj drug Ills life outtviih the. brand ( Cain upon liitn." The Pcrnorrnls; h'iv exImnMeil about nil prominent Remb'tc-.iii. fur Presidential candi dates and wo urejtnw baring a litile rent, tt Is Iran t thnt no.io of llicin hare nominated 0 n, . m NTs ire il stated that on of His Sinirsw twins la atilt lying t Hie print nf death, at their home tn North Carolina; lh other la In'gnod health. In anticipation of death . arrangements be liven made for the Immediate separation of the liring fn m the dead brolbe.'. TChatafaUf A. R. Siimibk, the other inf, fnie to death in the cell af a New York prison, here he was placed as a bn-nnier and "a thief. Mr. Newiir was formerly a !awyr of Rood praclico In Indiana, a Judge of the Cc mmon IMcns Court, and two years was a, speaker of Ilia Legisl...

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 January 1872

rILIIIlRO FRIDAY MORNTNO IT IAMCS TIM MOMS. tnjtf , one year, In titmnci Sue oopy, ) mnotln oopy, three month Itatri ol Atltfcitlslng. One sonars one Insertion Baeh subsequent Insertion H column for 1 months H eitlnmn fur I month li enluma fVr 11 months 14 enlnma for 1 months ii column for t tnonlli 1 60 i on so t 1 00 SO 7 on 11 on M oo 10 oo 18 00 so oo 11 Of. M 00 40 no 75 00 1 00 14 Column for 12 months i column for J montlii 4 eolvmn for (I monttis r cio inn lor 14 momns solum n for 1 J months Administrator's or Eiccuuir's Notices- I i . Uiiinessoar!s,not exceeding V lines, 1 year 8 00 Helices in local column, per line 10 J Oil PIU3TI , Of every description, esocntcd in a style drfv Ing enmpetition, snd as ehnp ss ean be done laewkere. We (fire onr personal attention to III Jt Work, and allow none but first class swwrk leare tbo office. 4Ja'M and examine spec s' mena. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. I oi.a soctbt . a.m. p. a. T le.lo...lJ 0.20 PerrveB'gU 47 V.A2 Riacklna- l.ti...

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 January 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. To kern potatoes from frr-czliiR, Imke thorn for bronkfiuit. I'Hii.ADF.j.rinA makes more iill tlinn any other city. Montkhai, distribute $11,000 nnnunlly Ht ChrUtmaa among lta poor. A peed ono hundred nnd thirty yenra old wan recently presented for record In Huston. Tmcni? are hut nine fumilieslii Oosport, N. H., nnd the delil of the town Is f,- U.S4..1I. Why nre our Ulewnlkn In winter like music f If you do not C Rlinrp you will Bflnt. To produce quiet sleep, neenre n policy of insurnnce in the Washington LiTe In Niirnnno Company. Cir.nr,Ks 11aukf.fi, of IVterlmroii.nh, N. II., has nilsed n turkey which weighed twenty-live, pounds, dressed. Tub average mean temperature of 1H71 nt I'hilitdclpliia was l.llll dcirucs higher thnn tliat of any or.e of the lust 47 years. A NKWi.y -in vented photometer proves that light penetrates KM) fathoms helow the mirfucc of the sea seventy fathoms more than hitherto supposed. Ttiit following Is an example of firsi class modern reporti...

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 January 1872

Miscellany. THE PROMISSORY NOTE. AFTER THE MANNER OF POE. In the lonesome latter year, (Katal year!) To the dropping of my tears I'anced the mail unci mystic sphere In a rounded, reeling rune, 'Neath the moon. To tho dripping and the dropping of my turn. Ah, my Mint In swathed In gloom trialumc) In a dim, Titanic tomli, r'or my gaunt mid Bloomy soul I'omlcra o'er the penal roll, O'er the parchment (not a rhyme), Out of place, on I of time. I am shrouded, shorn, unshifty, r " . fO, 10 fifty I) A Ad the day Kiivu passed, the three, Out mi'! And (hi debit and the credit ro as one to him and mel 'Two the random nines I wrote At the bottom of the note (W rote and freely Wave to (ireclcvi. In the middle nf the night. In the mi-How, moonless night, When the stars were out of sight, When my pulim, like a knell (Israel!) Danced with dim and dying lay O'er the rnlns of niv days, 'er the dimeless, timeless dnys, When tho fifty, drawn at thirty, Beemlnu tliriflv, yet the dirty Lucre of tho mark...

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 January 1872

jXMEVriMlfoNSrEdilor! IRIDAY, JANUARY 20,872. .; . The negro, Hoivahb, who committed in out riff oo whit girl In Uoolicator, N. Y., has keen sentenced to- tlia penit:itlrj for twenty J Site. ITppor Michigan is agsin moving in the mat ter of being setoff with pnrtof Wisconsin la form a State to be called "Supe.'lnr." The London Timet In leading firliclo lini ap proved the action of PrealJent UrinT in regard to the alormtras, and nrguil In strong terms their severe punishment. Tier lets, Item of Interest to the lawyers. The 'r jbate Ceurl of Cincinnati lias lately decided hit sa attorney can not receira compensation lor partial or asiifiuisliod serficee that lie must co through with Uie ease once undertaken, or surrender all peeuniarr claim to Ills client. Al a . that he emu not, wtibout the consent of the vlient, transferto mother atlorni'v a case Intrus ted to bim. Through tickets tor trips around the world are now Issued, III p: Ice beil.g $1,115 In gold, and the running lime 81 da...

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 January 1872

rVMHID TRT FRIDAY MORNING BY JAMES T HUMOUS. . TEllflS t Ose sopy, one year, In advance 1 60 Oae sopf , lit mnothi 100 Oae eopy, three months . ' Untei o( Ailvertlnlng. On aquareona Insertion I 1 00 Faeh subsequent insertion 50 X column for 3 month-" T 00 X eelnmn fur 6 mnnthi 11 00 W column for 11 months JO 00 M enlnmn for 3 months 10 00 yi solum n for months IS 00 W enluma Tor It monthi SO 00 X eoluma for 8 nrnn'ha 11 00 U column Tiir t months 22 00 W column for 11 montln 40 (10 t column for 11 month 75 00 Administrator'! nrEieeulnr's Notice!-- 2 00 Business erls, not exceeding A lines, 1 j car-. . Voliess la local enlnmn, per Una job printix , Of every description, executed in a style lac competition, and is cheap ss can be ft 00 10 dcfv- done elsewhere, we Rive our personal attention to II Job Work, and allow none but first rlase work to leave tbe office. Call and examine apec-lateaa. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. ooiva sorjTB . A.M. P.M. Toledo-.-11.30pm ft. 20 OOIMO NORTH, ...

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 January 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. Ci.rvei.ani hn twelve men whoso com bined wealth li estimated at (33,000,000. Wht It Ireland likely to leromo tlie richest country in the world? Uccause the capital Is always Dub lin. It is claimed that the first book printed on this continent was by Combcyer, in Mexico, in the year 1544. Titers Is a house In Greenland, N. II., which was erected In HUM, fifteen year after the settlement of the. State commenced. An Idyi,. I seined: hlK ann, He gave s howl, and thru his teeth he grated. Reg pardon, air, I meant no harm! Oh, duI bnt that'a where I've been vaccinated! WnKNyou can't think of what your wife charged you to bring home, get hair pins. Tlicy are always handy in tho house. A ritrewd confectioner has taught his fmrrot to say "pretty creature" to every ady who enters the shop, and his business is rapidly increasing. "TnoBK who buy tombstones of us look with pride and satisfaction on the graves of their friends," is tho advertisement of a Western stone-cutter. To r...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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