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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 February 1872

Miscellany. GONE. T.iit to th. midnight Inno ! The rlinrrh chick s)ii'aketh wllhs solemn tono llnlh It no morn limn tell the tlmoT . llHi-k I from that belfry irray. In each doi-p binimlmji lilmc, which, alow auiiduor, llc-ats like a msasnrtHl bell upon my car, A sturu volro .coma to say! (lontv trono; Tho boar Is gone the day la ffono; Fray I The air la hnshad again, And the darkness wikin to sleep In Tajn, soul I wo have slept too Iniui, Yea, ilreameil the morn away. In visions falso and feverish unrest. Wasting the work-Ume lod hulh xlvcnand blest. Cnmu-ii-nrc crows pale to sc. llow, like aliautitlng fare, 1v youth attirea at me out of gloom profound: Vt llh ra.vlcss eyes, black as rim darkness round, ' And will I liiir Hps which say: thine none; The morn ta gone the mora Is gone; l'ray I Woe for the wasted vears, Horn bright with smiles, but burled Willi sad tears, Their touiha have hecu prepared ity Time, that gravesmnu gray; Houl. we may weep to count each atone, And read 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. — 2 February 1872

JAMES TIMM0N8, Editor FRIDAY, FEBUAItY 2, 1872- AlMSO,ths new low Senator, was burn In P-ey, I.ale county, Olp, ami cduo.ued at Hit Western Reserve College. ! I.. Tli Stale Railroad. Commissioner or Ohio thinVa that trafcia at present run lim fast, aid a ska Ilia Leglsla tnra to limit the rato or sped, on, all roads, to twenty-Are uiilca an hour, exclujivrof stops. Our Legislators are evMonll y "preparing fr large araoint of business to bo transacted dur. Ing Ihe present season, If wo are to jneig fto n Ilia number of bills introduced and the i Mint of business referred lo Ibc several com iiillloes. Ws aeo lint pur Repreaenlativo.IIi.n. ,'O IK Nonnlslias presented pctiiioua fir ihenoo-t-aaary lcfc!alntun In enlarge the Miami and Erie Canal and fur the Improvement of Ihe 1'iovi dence dam and a!ac water in lie Miami aoJ Kiie Canal externum. Some people are hard lo please. The Cin- ooati Bniirtr ia one of theae. Itfrrumbl.a beosuse, iili a rerenue of $393,000,000 Ins1 yeary Mr. Boctwil...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 February 1872

rVBLISHRD RTRRT FRIDAY MOKnlNO BT J A RIGS' TIM MOWS. TEIIKIH I Oss sopy, on year, In sdvancs-.. f 1 50 1 00 to urn sopy, lit month Oa sopy, tkre months ltnt of Advertising. On sanaraon Insertion $ 1 00 Rack, subsequent insertion column for I month J eelnmn fur 0 mnntln W eolwnn for 1 J months-" M enluinn for S month .... . i tolom for t month X column Tor 11 month Hcolamn for 8 month'."..".. ,t column for month ............ .... M column fur IS month"". 1 oolamn for 12 month Admiaistrator't orEieenlnr's Wntlee. Business card, not exceeding 4 line, 1 Tr Vatic ia local column, per line job rniNTi! , Of svery description, executed In a style lag onmuetitlon, nd as cheap as ean he 60 T 00 12 00 20 Oft 10 00 18 00 30 00 12 00 22 00 40 V0 75 00 3 00 A 00 10 defv- dnne Uewhare. We (Ire our personal attention 1o all Job Work, aud allow none but first class wwrk to tsar tb office. Call and ex mine spec 4 m to. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. P.M. A.M A.M. .Jf. t,o...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 2 February 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. It Is not s fnct that II. O. lias A rillon, Jr proposes to writn, an essay on t)ic J ...... I ! . ... MMft 1 .....I Coi.KiimoK tolls us of a mnn who lind ich an ovcrwliolmlnit self-esteem flint lio over spoke of himself without taking oil' is hat. Ik I Insure my housn, which may not urn. wliv should not I insure niv lifo in ho Washington Lifo Insurance. Comna- iy f for I must dlo. A New Wat to Get Old Dunm 'ostinjr a hoy on tho debtor's doorsteps. fvvitli a placard Inscribed, "Waiting for :?:j.37" (or whatever tho amount is), Pat- nteu in lirooklyn. Tun wisest man may bo wiser to-day than ho was yesterday, and to-morrow than ho is to-day. Total freedom from change would Imply total freedom from error j but this Is the prerogative of Om niscience nione. " Wlf.i, you have tho kindness to hand mo the butter before you ?" said a gentle man politely at a table, to an ancient maid en. " I am no waiter, sir.' " Is that so f I thought from your appearance, you had been waitin...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 February 1872

Miscellany. DOROTHY. Y"V nny that my lnve Ik plain. But thnt 1 run no'rr Allow, Whrn look Ht the thoiicht for otliefs That written on her brow. II'T y are licit tinn, I own, She hnn't ft wfll-rnt nnno. But a Mnlle for others' iliHiiret, And ft tear for other' wops; And vet I will own she's plain, Vlaln to be understood, For who could doubt that her nature, Is slmplo, and pure, nnd good? Yon say that you think her slow, But how ran that be with one Who's the Brut to do ft kindness Whenever It enn be done? Quirk to pererlve want, Oiiickcrto Mt Hrteht, Quickest In over looking Injury, wrong and slight? And yvX she is slow Indeed, Hlow any pnif.-c to claim. Blow to seo fiiulM In others, Slow to give careless blame. ' Nothing to fhv for herself, M That Is the fault you lind? Hurl to her words to the children, MiTry, and bright and kind, Hark to her wonts to the sick, Look nt her patient, ways, Every word she utters Speaks In the speaker's pralmo. Nothing to say for herself ! Yet richt, m...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 February 1872

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, . - VEPUAKY 0, 1872 Laws Relating to Newspapers. 1. Hiitiioribora who do nil give (Tiirpmn tice U Ihe ermtray in considered wishing In cnotinae their subuci'itionft. 2. If gtirmrriuera order the iliscnntinnmre f4 Ihelr periodical, Ilia publisher nmy continue to sent) them until nil arrearages nre paid. 3. If anhMCi lli"rs neglect or rafiuo In tnko tlioir periodical from the office to which they nre directed, the.f ere hel.l rescnill until they have settled their bills, aui uidercd tli.m di enntinuoi. 4. If mi'rtcribcru rmvo In rllior vtnecs trltli fmt informing tlie pnbFUhera. and the papers ere sent to the former direction, they ro hold responsible, 5. The courts rare deeileil Hint refining to rake periodicals fmm the office, or removing nnd fcivit)r them uncalled for, if prima facie evi dence of iutentiunal fraud. Tho habit of indulging in ardent spirit by men in office has occasioned more injury to the public thnn all the other eune. An 1 were I to ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 February 1872

Perrysburg Journal roaLtsiiRo crititT Friday nonmna bt JAMES TIHIJIOSS. TEHJISI On enpr, on year, in advance $1 BO On eopy, iiz months 100 Oat copy, Hires months 60 Rates of Advertising. On Sqnarenne Insertion Kaeh subsequent insertion column for 3 monthi H colnmn fur ft months Ki column for 11 months i column for 3 mnnths Vi column for 0 months 14 column for 11 months j j column for J months column for ft months M column for 11 months 1 column forll months- Administrator's orKxecutor's Notices- Ilnsiness cards, not exceeding 0 lines, year Vulices ia local column, per line I 1 00 B0 T 00 11 00 20 00 10 00 18 00 30 00 12 00 22 00 40 HO 75 00 1 00 L 6 no 10 Job Printing Of every description, execnted in a style defy Int; competition, end s cheap ss can be done elsewhere. We rive nnr personal attention to Job Work, and allow none but first class work to leavo the office. Vail and examine spec imens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. a.m. r.M. Toledo-. -H.3nrx 0...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 9 February 1872

A Few Facts Regarding the administration of National Affairs. Tiik followlnir. pnrnprnplis nre tnkrn from a recent lrttor in tho New York 7Hine, written by tlio 'Washington cone Kpondent of tlint paper : Tlic truth in tlint fur the pnH throe Tours) reform linn lieen prnettrallv, positively", and persistently pushed in every department of llio General Government. A Krent cloud of mlneoneeptlon nnd miRnppreheimlon wna'rn Rendered ly the tlelmtc In the Hennte, of De cember Inst, hut It In an eertnln to be dispell ed nn truth Is to triumph over error. The mnn who, In the Senate or out of It, nnsertn that the elvll service. In worse now than ever heretofore, makes a ntntement at utter vnrl mice with tho facts; and If the people eonld know all the lnliorn of the different deport ments of tlio Administration for the past three years, there would tie no need to utter one word in Its defenne. I nssert, nnd I have tho evidence nt hand to prove it, that there hnn hot been a period for many yea...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 February 1872

Miscellany. Miscellany. TO-MORROW. BY MRS. MARY B. DODGE. To-Jtonnow, a boantlfnl day, I waiting for joa nnd for me; Bluest skies of soft Bliininj? ray Are Impatient the shndows to ficB. why care if tho landscape tie anllcn end srayr Tomorrow will cbaae ell tho cloud racks away. To-mnrrow, you say, may lie dull, With tho Icadcned-hncd face of to-day, Wait: its morrow with measure le full Of a Joy never spilled by delay. If to-day horn of yesterday hariln our will, To-morrow, to-morrow le radiant (till. To-morrow le mantled In white As pure as the soft falling snow, That round Into waves of delight, To cover earth's pitiful woe. The pale may he etching, the frost king astrav, let to morrow will aparklo iu crystalline, spray. To-morrow with rosea la crowned, A tender-eved sylnh o' the Mny; Flinging garlands' of blossoms around' In a child like. Improvident way. To-day may he harren. a chill In tho air; To-morrow young spring-lire will bud everywhere. To-morrow the hlrda without fear. ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 February 1872

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, FEBUAUY 16, 1872. Laws Relating to Newspaper. l. Subscribers who do nnt glvs uproot no tiee to the contray are considered wishing lo continue thir subscriptions. ' t. If subscribers nnlor the discontinuance i trrenrngct are paid 8, If subscribers neglcot or refuse lo Inks thtlr periodicals from the nllice to which they art directed, they are held rcsponaihlo until they bare settled their bill, and ordered thoui die eontioued. t. If subscribers moTt to other place with out informing the publishers, and the paper rt tent to the former dircctiou, they are held responsible. . The courts hero docidod that Tefuainir lo take periodicals firm the office), or .removing and leaving them nncalled fur, is prim fcioie evi dence of lutentional fraud. Emil BiTTKmnrs,a pronvnjnt Garman poet, lias written bcauliCul poem about Lake Erie, wherein he graphically describes tho aligatvr frisking, among the palm trees on Iht shore. . The Mount tltlend Ilijitir records ease o...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 February 1872

t 0 LtlU KD RTF.RT FRIDAY MORNIMO Bt J 4 IICS TIMIUOKS. Teiims i 0 opy, on year. In advance $1 SO Oa opy, ill nnglbi-iM t 00 Pa epy, three months ...... 60 Kates b( Advtrtltilng. Oa iqnareon Insertion." Keh eabifqueot insertion. eolamo for B months aolnmn fur 8 months i4 enlumn far 1 3 month $ l oo 60 T 00 12 00 30 00 in oo 1R 00 so on 12 00 22 00 40 HO T5 on t 00 U enlamn for 3 month U enlamn fur 8 months enlumn for 12 month ....... l eolnma for 8 month H column for (I month W column for 12 months ...j 1 eol umn for 12 months Administrator's orExecuinr's Notices- ' Buaine oarda. tint azceftdintr A lines. 1 year A 00 Notices la local column, per line 10 JOB PIUNTIft , Of rr description, executed In a style defy Inc competition, and its cheap as can be done laewhere. We (fire our personal attention to all Jib Work, and allow nnno but first class work to leare theoflloe. Call and examine specimens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. 0010 SOUTH . OOINO NOKTB. A.M. P.kT. Toledo-12.30m t.2...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 16 February 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. Omo (legs devour nnnurilly $3,000,000 worth of mutton. ' Op 1,552 uVntlis (it Richmond, Vs., lust yonr, J85 were from consumption.. , A rnvnKNT tnnn foroscpt.li tho evil, nnd insures his life In tho Washington. "Come here, Jlmmln " unitl a little girl, nnd look lit tho moon. Jlrtlf of It Is pushed into the sky, and hnlf is sticking out." A Western mnn dislocated his arm tho other dny In putting on ft clean shirt. He hadn't tried It for so long a time that he had entirely lost tho '"knack" of tho thing. A cautions physlelnn says that peoplo ' who count Imnk-bills should not touch the finger on tlietonguo, as Is the common prnctice, as hills coming from whcTe the small pox prevails are liable to bo In fected. A tiesidext of Muncie, Ind., advertises ns follows: "Whereas, I am now clear of debt, and too old to contrnct debts to worry over, I hereby warn all persons not to trust my family or myself on any ac count wlmtover."" Harvey Doane, an inmate of tho Au burn State Pr...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 February 1872

Miscellany. THREE LOVES. Tnn were three maidens who loved king; They sat together beside (lie ea. One cried. "I love him, nml I would din If but for ono day lie might lovo nio." Tlit second whispered, "And t wonld die To irlmltlrn his hie or make him grout." 1 ho third one spoke not, but (tared afar With dreamy eyes thut were sad as Kate, Tim kliur, he laved the first for a day. Tho second his life with fond love blent; And yet tlio woinnn who never spoke Was the one of tli threo who loved him bent, —Galaxy. TWILIGHT. flliny veil o'er smnmer skies It drew, and cooled their forvld dyoii. With tenderer tint, on field and dell, Tho light across the landscape fell; It fliii-hod on tired Childhood's cheek. And said: "Thy dreamy pillow aeekl" To Plowman at lila eottnie door. It whispered: "KcstI dny'e toll la o'er." To wistful Watcher by the sea: " The morn may bring thy ship to thcel" If crowned the Halnt npon his bier: "Hlccp wc'l. (lod'a own I tho night Is here!" Kissed off the tears f...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 February 1872

"lME3 TIM'MONS, Editor7 FRIDAY, FKBUAIU 3. 1872. Laws Relating to Newspapers. t. ritilMCrihorg who to not elvo c.rr' no lien to fho cnnfniy are considered wishing t'i continue llu'ir subscriptions. 2. If aulmmbvr or liT tho iliseonhntinncu nf their perindipiilR, Hie pii'ili-ilier iny continue to send Hu m tiiiiil ail nrrsanigt1 are paid. 3, 1(V siitner-llitTA ni-fflicl or refmo to tnko their eriidiRtla from the nflicc I" which llicy lire diresieii, mer arc lieu responsible mini mer hare settled their bills, and ordered them din cuoliixici!. 4. If subscribers-move to Mlirr'iilnces' n ilti Mil informing the ixtlilinlivra. and the impcrn lire sent to lite fuimer direction, they are held responsible. 5. The courts Into decided that refusing to take, periodical fn in the oflico, or removing nnd leaving them iiiichIIcm! for, la prima facie evi deuce of Intentional fraud. T.i doreriior lUTtwInu'retiiovcd, with liia fimilr, froin-Ciihimbus to Cincinnati, .where it ia understood ho n ill res...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 February 1872

Perrysburg Journal PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING BY JAMES TIMMONS. TERMS: tnpf, nn year, In adane Oae npy, six month--.- 1 80 One eepr, three months 69 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One n,tire one Insertion ' $ 1 00 Ksch subsequent Inserlinn 60 i column for 3 months "0 cdnmn fur months 11 00 column for 12 months 20 00 column for S months 10 00 Ji column for (I months----' 13 on li column for 12 months 30 00 J column for 3 months 12 00 U column for months 22 00 J column for 12 months 40 no I e-ilumn for 12 months 75 00 Administrator's or Executor's Notices- 2 00 Business cards, not eiecodinj 8 lines, 1 rear A 00 No' Ices In local column, per lino 10 JOB PRINTING Of oTery Ascription, executed in a stvlo defy. Inff competition, and .is cheap ns can he done elsewhere. We (tire our personal ntlenlion to 1I Job Work, ami allow nono but first class -Tk to leave the olfico. Call and examine spec (wens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. A.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. ToUJ(i--12.30r .2...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 23 February 1872

The Cincinnati Convention. Thru are tinqiiMtiottablTHcpuMlcMiii who deplore much that (jongreM hi done, and who are nerloimly oiipoacd to tho rcaomlnatlon of the President. The natural co'tirso for them would neem to be to carry the National Conyentlon, that they might dictate the platform and nominate the candidates. But to summon an earlier convention Is to declare that they do not believe themselves to be a majority, or that they fear the Phila delphia Convention will not honestly represent the party. If the former sup Ponltlon be correct, they are merely Factions. If the latter, they assume what they can not possibly prove, and what is most Improbable. Hut if, notwithstand ing the Improbability, inch was caa fossedly the result, It would be time enough when the fact appeared to pro test, and to withdraw from the conven tion. Certainly government by party can not bo carried on if tho will of the mnjorlty of tho party may not determine its general policy and Its Presidential candi...

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 March 1872

Miscellany. Miscellany. HEARTSEASE. Or sll the bonny buds that, blow In bright or cloudy weather, Of nil th flowers that comff Mid go The whole twelv moon together, This little purple pnnsy brings Thotigntt of 1 lio sweetest, saddest things. I had it little lover once. Who used to irive mo posies: His eyes were blue as hyaeinths, Ills Hp were rd as roses. And everybody loved to praise Hie pretty looks end winsome way. The irlrle that went to srhool with mo Made little lesion speeches, Iteeatise he brought meroyaly Ills blestest plume end penrhes. And always at the door would wait To carry home my books and slate. "They couldn't see," with pout and fling "The mighty fascination About that little snub nosed thing To win surh admiration; Ae if tbero wern't a doren girls With nicer cyc and longer curie:" And this I knew aa well aa they, And never could eee clearlv Why more then Marion or May I should he loved so dearly. So once I asked him, why waa this? Ho only answered with a kiss, , ...

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 March 1872

gmjisbittg glmminl. JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1872 REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENT'N Wednesday, March 27th, 1872. BTATl RkPCBLTCAM CltNTRAt. h KxRCCTlVEj C'OHMITTKR ItOilJH, Obumua, Onio.r'ubrniirj 23,1872.) Ta At RrpMtenn Yticrt of O'tiu t Your Annual Slat Conrentisu will bs hold t Columbus, on Widnmoat, rat 2"th dat or Marco, 1S72, forth nomination of Candidate! fur tin following Office,, Tit t Secretary of Stale, Judge of the Supreme Court, Mvmber of Board of Public Work. The Courrntlon will alss make ohoioa of Tovh Dslioatis at t. Altai to the Natiomai. Rctcblica Convention, to asscmMo t Phi: Anm.rniA, on the Srii dat or Junc, A. D. 1872, to nominate eaudi tales (or Pbisipemt sd Vici-I'RisirwsT or the United States, it anaucinjr . Presidential Election. Tlie'Cnaret tion will also nimin.it Twj Elector at Labor, for ProVi.lident and Vice-President. The undersigned Committee recommend that the meetings in the several Counties for the se lection of Helejfiles, be held on Sati...

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 March 1872

rLllllO ITIKT PRI DAT MORNING BT JAMES TIMNOKS. 0 Icpy, iar,ln advance Oa copy, til month O npy, three month $1 80 l on 40 Rates ol Advertising. Om Husrenni Insertion $ 1 00 aea subsequent laserlioo 60 U, lolomn for I month--" T 00 4 lolnmn for month 11 00 Ktumn for It montbi SO 00 H solussn for t months 10 04) H olumn ff (I mnolht 19 00 i intuiua for 11 months 30 00 Q eoluraa for S months 12 00 W enlumn for months 22 00 U solemn for 11 months 40 0 1 enlumn for 12 months 74 00 Administrator's or Executor's Notices- 2 00 Basiness cards, not exceoding ( lines, 1 year-. A 00 Titles In local column, per line 10 JOB PRIXTIft , Of viry description, executed In a style defy lag competition, and its cheap si can bo done laiwairi. We fire our personal attention to II Job Work, and allow none but first class wark to liars tbi office. Call and examine specimens. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. A.M. P.M. Tilsdo---11.30rii 9.20 rsrrysb'...

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 March 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. SmoNa Motivr Lnro-motWe. A ItKcirE for Rosy Cheeks Doublo soled boots. Wwat 'bus 1ms found room for the greatest number of people f Colum bus. If your uncle's nister is not your mint, what relation Is she to yon ? Site Is your mother. " What are you doing f" snld a fntlirr to his son, who wns tinkering an old Match, "Improving my tlmo, sir." Dkatti Is the groat pcrsimder, nnd works more succossfiilly tlinn nil the other agents of tho Washington Llfo. A ITautfobd skating park proprietor nuvenises amerent rates ot admission lor "grown" poopleand "adults." Recknti.y; published statistics show 1,987 liquor saloons In Chicago, (100 of which had no license. Of tins number tho West Divls'on possessed 1,070. A jury was recently Impaneled in Reading, Pa., tho ages of -whose members were as toiiows s 7!t, Hft na ht 01 ?1 i?' 76, 70, 02, 83, 7!1. T he overngc ngo was 80 years. Commissioner Delano has decided that a farmer selling his produce from his own wagon, without any regul...

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