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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 March 1872

Miscellany. THE BALLAD OF HIRAM HOVER. Wiiiens the Moosatockmnirnntlc Pours it waters In the Sktintlc, Mi't, alcTii( Hie forest-side, Hiram llovor, Huldah Hyde. Hho, maiden fair and dapper, lie, ft red-haired, stuhvnrt trapper. Hunting beaver, mink, mm pknnk, In the woodlands of Hqiiecdunk. Hhe, Pentnrhet's pensive daughter, V'lked beside the Skuntlc water, itherlnit, in her apron wet, Snakcroot, mint, and bouncing-bet. "Why," he murmured, lonth to leavo her, " llatiier yaihs for chills and fever, M'hon a lovyer, hold and true, Unly walls to gather jron t" '()o," she answered, " I'm Dot hasty I prefer a mnn more tasty : Leastways, one to pljcase mo woll Bhould not have a bcasty smell." '' HatK'Uty Huldah I" Illrain answered J "Jtind and heart alike are ennoerud : Tcst. look hero I those peltries kIvo C'auh, Vt herefrom a pair may live. " I. yon think, am lint a vagrant. Trooping beasts bv no menus fragrant ; l et I'm sure Its worth a thank I've a handsome sum In bank." Turned and va...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 March 1872

JAMES TIMMON8, Editor. FRIDAY, . MARCH 8, 1872. Call for a Wood County Republican Convention. vmih T. tfs R-fMitin Vottrt . JJWI County i Ton ere required to mist in Gnerentton Bowling Green, at 10 o'clock, A. M.,nn Bator, lny, M-rck lOlh, I87J, for Ihe purpose electing four (I) Delegates to represent this Ceuntj ia the Sute Conrontien to be hold Columbus, no Widnibday, M.koiI 27th, 1872. You are also required to determine whether Ton deaire a Delegate, for Iht 10;h Congression- I District to repreaenl tho Dialriet in the K- tfcmal Contention, to be held In Philadelphia' fa., Jone Jih, 1872, to be selected at Columbus, 0; rdcr of the Central Committee J. B. NEWTON, Chairman. Bowling Green, March 6, 1872. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENT'N. Wednesday, March 27th, 1872. 8tati RirrtLiciN CsKTKAt. A ExBcmr) CoMMiTrr Kooms, Con-ants, Ouio, rVbruarjr JJ, 1871.) T A Rrpulltcaa r(cre of" Ohio ! Tour Annual Stat Conrentitn will be held at Columbne, on Wsdmssdat, tui 27th pit aUocn, 1872, for Ihe nom...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 March 1872

OBkllURD KVItftT FRIDAY MORNING BT JAMES TIiriMOKS. TERMS: ton year. In advance---- $1 60 1 on 60 f ,iy, six month! apy, three months Rates of Advertising. Oae square one Insertion $ 1 00 Hash etibsequent insertion 60 li column for 3 monthi TOO eolomn for months 11 00 i column for 11 monthi 10 00 j j eilnma for monthi 10 00 . column for monthi.. IS 00 14 column for 11 monthi 30 00 UeolumnforS monthi 1100 U column ford monthi 11 00 W column forll monthi 40 lift M ealumn for 11 months 76 OA ..'.Administrator's or Executor's Notion-" 100 Baslness cards, not exoeeding S lines, 1 i year i 8 00 jfotleci ia local column, per line 10 JOB PRINTING, Of every description, executed In a style defy Icf competition, and eheip si cn be done (where. Wc rive our per son l attention to II Job Work, and allow none but first class wars: to lean theoMoe. Call nd examine spec Miti. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. aotita ioctb . A.M. P.M. Toledo-. -ll.aorii 0.20 Pirryib'g 11.67 e.A Rjaehton- 1.06 HallPra...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 March 1872

Selected Miscellany. LOVE UNEXPRESSED. BY CONSTANCE E WOOLSON. Tin sweclot mdcn among the human hcarhdrlng Arc dull with runt ; Tho sweetest chord", adjusted by tlic angcl, Are churned w ith dimt; We pine and pipe airaln our dreary mntdc ipnn the pelf itaine strains, While ixiiiiidn of crime, nnd fear, and desolation, Coine back In and refrain. On thr-n"h the world we go, on army marching With llgte.ilni? car, Each lmrlii, sIkIiIhk, fur tho heavenly mtiflc lie never heart; Each buiirlng, ilhine, for a word of comfort, A wynl of tender prale, ' A word of love, to cheer the endless Jonmey Of earth's hard, busy days. Th J 'ore tin. and wo know ft ; thu suffices For rcapun s altare. Why Khoujd they paupu to glvo that love cxpre- iiicm With penile care? Why should they paimc? But still our hearts arc aclilutr. With all the gnawing pain Of hungry love Unit hinira to hear the mulc, And longs and longs in vuin. We love them, and they know it; If wo falter, Willi (Inner intmh, Among the util...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 March 1872

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. j''RIiTAY",TLVK'cirY37T872" Call for a Wood County Republican Convention. Ti thl U'pnUtejil Vottrt o". Wood CusVgl You re required to in lit in C. invention it Howling Green, it 10 o'clock, A. M., no Bnttir !ny, March Ifllh, 181S for tha purpois of U'Ctln(r four (1) Di.legtte to riprcsenl ttii (! iupiIj in tlio State Convjntl m to bo hold at Columbus, on Wednesday, Makcu J7t1i, 187J. You are also required to deliiriniiio whether tou desiro a Delegate for the 10th Congression al Uistrict to represent llie I) 'strict in Hi N" I inn I CoiiTontion, to be held Id Philididphiv 1'., June 5th, 1872, to be selected at Columbus. Hr erdcr of the Central Committee; 3. D. NEWTON, CWwm. Bowling Oreen, March 6, 157 2. (liirerni.t Xuyes line appointed Dr. 8. D.Tib Kir, of Circlvville, Surgeon fkiior.il of Ohio. In the niluiiijr districts of IVnnsvl'snla there n vro 27 J men killed nnd f.2J injured, durinr the Tesrl7l, I t explosion of "fire dump." The killed left 220 wiJows n...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 March 1872

fgerrjirtttrg gontnnl1 rOILIIHtO aTMT FRIO AT MORHIKO BT JAMES TIDimONS. TBHJI) I On tepy, Bitr,lndvnr tl O opy, ti months 100 Oa epy, three month 60 Itatei ol Advertising. Oaetqnareoae Insertion f I 0 Beeh subsequent Insertion (0 K column for I monlhi , T Oft yi nlnmn for t months 11 CO tntamn for 11 monlhi 20 00 .ilnmn for t mnnttn 10 00 enigma for monlhi-. 18 00 H nlumn for IS month.. 80 00 W column fori mnathe 12 00 14 column for monlhi 12 Oft M "'ran for U monlhi-.. 40 tiO 1 eal.mnforll monlhi Tl 00 Administrator' or Executor' Nolta.., 100 aslnees sards, not exceeding 6 lines, 1 year 8 00 Hetlee ia local column, per line 10 JOB PKINTIN , Of evry description, exeouted In styl defy I if competition, ind ehesp as sen be don lnwhr, W giv our personal attention lo all Jo Work, d allow none but first class work M tear lha oSoe. Call and examine specimen. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. 0IS9 IOCTB . '.at flOIVS MORTB. r.M. A.M. Castar 3.20 J.ltl Hilton 3 24 4.02 Wraton..-3.32 4.14 To...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 15 March 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. Tin policies of the Washington are liberal a to travel. What Is better than a promising young manf A paying ono. Wnr arc persons with short memories like politicians In ofllee? Hecause they are always for getting everything. Titmck skirts instead of two, worn one above the other, Is to be- the fashion for etreet costumes the coming season. A Baltihows girl has broken her en gagement because her lover couldn't af ford to give her a diamond pledge of ueironiiai. , A New York woman. In 1870. took out seventeen patents', and, according to wiu recorus, must or tiiem were sold be fore they were issued. ' An Independence (Iowa) damsel having offended a gentleman at the late leap-year Iy, no naa soni ins Dig sister to tie mand an apology. A. Connecticut lady, ninety-three years " old, knitted over ono hundred pairs of stockings last year, besides refusing an uiiur in marrmge. Who is wiser lie that learns from everyone. Who Is powerful? He that governs his passions. Who is ric...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 March 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. THOSE FOOTSTEPS. 1m the quiet hnsh of the tender night. When mjf eye fill np wl rh ters, Cmi my dfirllnp to me, ill (olden bright With ths sunshine of thre swest jMr. And he smile hi rllmhs to I et on my knee, To whisper hit childish n.lrth ; Then clsis my net though yon ma J Dot , F piy darling la not of earth. Onljr within ths twilight gloom, W hen the honra are long and sweet, I hear nil ahont In the lonely room Tha patter of little feet Tatter of fot that come snd go, With sweet yet restless will. Just a they did a month mro, re the; grow forever still. Ann. my heart t thoae aplrlt-aonnrla thilt em znr yet ao far awny, Clllilea Into the faith of a aweet lore dream, That follows me night and day. And thla lovodresm, tender and ftr aweet, HUH whisper aott and low "Keep thon In thy heart thoae tiny foci, And follow the way they go." Then my sorrow sinks down M ft lesdet will, Wtfon the winds are Into their rest; And I how with clnaned hands, and at 111 The ar...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 March 1872

JAHE3 TIIIM0N8, Lditor. F U I DA ,"" - M Alic U 227 1872. St. Louis Air Line R. W. la.il week noticed the questional,!, ton dl- of thlaroedowiiu to llio want, nr apparent' want of confidence In .Sir. Pr-mut. Siiiteuurl Vol lasue this f ntlfm in hn risi'e 1 Tnl rrln and rtnii tn ImTe (itrneJ laid tract iy explanation, tn.lt cilit' IX. The Spring Elections. ilnt he fi.rgiit.'n tint on Monday ik r ihe Sprinir election will come efi for the to- ' - I . rt. 1i r i rJi "ill' c. luoruiirv u:anv. uiii,A!i ii.s m m . , ,. ., 7 , , , portanc ilepomlnijr nn the actum of ilos who may b clectoJ, w. therefore hop. all gond cl.l-! icnt will bo on the alert. We publish in another .numii call for a citli.-nV iiH'ciiniH respective of part; In he held si Ilia Court tI"iiso on Tues- flay evening next. We hope lliaro will be eral turnout oo tlml ecc anion. a gcn.t Liquor Excitement in Columbus. A (pecial dispatch fr-m CVittmlnia (lutes tl lb recent decision of the Supreme Court su.-tain- arg the Ohio ll...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 March 1872

rUUI8IIIIO RTRRT fRIDAT MORN1NO BT 1.1MEI TlMRlOltS. 0oe eony, one rear, In adesnce t 0 On eopr, lit months. 1 00 On enpr, three months 60 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. otNO sontn . a.m. r.M. Toledo... 11 Slrw 9.20 Perrreb'gl.t 57 9.A2 OOI NO NOKTU P.H Costar Milton Weston t.vo 8 ii4 Kaschton- l.li HallPra'e 1.15 Hasktns-. 1.17 Tentogsoy 1.24 8.32 . 3 47 10.14 10 17 10.28 10.48 11 00 Tontngany llaakins 8 t II ill irruirlt- 3 uS Wtstoa 1.44 Rnnchtoii- 4.08 Milt Vaster- 1.55 I'errvsburg I 1ft Toledo. ..-4.40 1.&8 11.01 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. r. m. Toledo Perrysburg .. Rosohton all Prslrl. Raskins -Testogsny .. Weston Milton Castar . .S.I J 1.19 4 3D 4.40 4. SO a. ()4 5.30 .0.00 0.06 Cmtsr Milton Weston Tnntogany .. Iltskina Hull Prsirie- Roschlon Perrysburg.. Toledo PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. Perrysburg (1.20 Rales Side Track (1.32 F.ast Toledo 6.44 Toledo 6.60 -TtWde 20 Sett Toledo ates Bide TrackA.38 Perrysburg 0.50 SENECA J. POWELL, Agent. BUSINESS CARDS. W. VY. PERRY, M. D. Phy...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 22 March 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. Tim t'oNJUNCTivn Mood. Thoughts of matrimony. Mn. Isaac Hi.ood bled to (loath In Now Hampshire the other day. A cojw.T is on exhibition nt Dubuquo which lias squeezed tlirco females to death. According to the papers, over one hundred ladies are studying law In this country. . Bomb one ha discovered that the sum- mit of n hemlock tree almost always leans toward the cast. Tna assets of tho Washington Life are of the most solid character Cash, Gov ernment Securities, ltcal Estate Securi ties. A Boston widow wears with becoming pride a massive gold ring made from tho - plate of her de-Ceased husband's teeth. A FAnsrun's child, nearBiddeford, Mo., t died of cold and starvation whilo its pa . rents were awav drunk, and n famished Jiound mutilated the corpse. An Indiana woman has put 9,42 1 patch ea into two quilts, and her brute of a hus band says tho eflbct of her work has been to transform hor into a cross-patch. The "meanest mau" in Central Illinois is a farmer living ne...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 29 March 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. A MOTHERS WORK. " Bn Inoktth well to Ura wt of hr hnuiMrtiolrl, and mretb not th bread of Idleness. " 1'rvv. Ktcxi., ST. F.rly In the morning X'p u soon M light, Ovfiriwilng breakfast, Putting sit thing rt:M; DrrmhiK Utile children, Hearing Iresons said, WuhliiR baby fare. Totaling husband'! bread. After hrnakfaet reading, Holding one at prayer; Putting up the dinners, MendiiiK little team; (Inodhye kleelns children, Kenning on to eennni, With a prayer and blowing, Mother i heart la full. Washing up the dlehea, Hwoeplng rnrpeta clean, Doing up the chamber work, Hewing on machine; Hatty Ilea a crying Running little cyoa; Mother leave her sewing - To slug lullabies. Outline little garmenta. Trimming children's ant, Writing for the paper. With callers having chats; Hearing little footntrps H 11 lining through the hall, Telling school la over, Aa mamma's name they call. . Talking with the children All about their school, Hoothlng lltlie trembles. Teaching grammar ...

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 March 1872

gmgtflwg gauvunl J Tames timmor s , "EditorT i-' rV da !y7- maTic ii ' 2 9,1 8 2 The Election on Monday Next. The election on Monday, is likely to call on lit full tote of tli e people, who gcem fully arousod In the Importance of having local officers who will reipecctthe will and encourage the public rnures (if their cm slitiicnls. In view uf this a'citusens' monting wag held nt the Town IInuso 01 Tnesdny evening las', nhiclijivas largely at tinded by llioae belonginfr lo ench of tho (lie pililicnl parties, wlio nomlnntud a full ticket to bi balloted fur on Monday Tlio gontkmon coin p.ioing tlie list of candidates are well known, end of unquestionable Integrity and budncss eipaoity, and who In all teapeots aro entitled to the cordial and to most support ofsvergoml cit!n. Fomne day nl lonst let oil be on tlio alci t S that every vote in the township may be counted end thfrreaoltiurill be, the triumph of justice and f honor. The names of tile enndi Jutes will be found in the proceedi...

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 March 1872

mphn(j fjouyutl r(UlllD KTRBt FRIDAY KORNlKd BY :' I JA3IE3 TI1UMON9. . : " TElimN t a tntft on year, to advance.- 'Oat eoay, lit moo tin- a espy, three months fl 1 - TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. ooiAa NOHTU. ' . ' r.u . A.M 4.M. F.M Toleda.. .12.J0r a .20 Costar .:!. 20 3.58 Ferryeb'g 12.57 0.69 Riaehton- 1.05 HaJIPra'a 1.16 10.14 Mtskine-- 1.17 10.17 Tentngany 1.23 10.28 Westoa-. 1.4(1 10.48 Milton 3 24 4.02 Vi'gton...-3.32 4.14 Toiitngnny 3.47 4.84 llfinkinti -3. Ml 4.49 HullFrairlo3.fiR 4.47 Ronclitin- 4.08 Mitten 1.6i 11.00 Perrvsburft 1. 1 5 6.10 6.4o Oaatar- 1.63 1 1.01 Toledo. lo...4.40 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. r.u. 8.15 ; Custar A ,H . ..0.51 ..(1.60 T.IO ..7.50 ..8.08 . .8.12 8.27 .8.42 9.25 Toledo Perryeburi; . Rnachtoa Sail Prairie aekina ... Teatajrany . Waste a Milton Cairar 4.15 4.30 4.40 4.50 5.04 6.30 .8.00 Milton Weston Tontognny .. Ilaskins-.. ... Hull I'rairie. Ronchton Perrysburg. 6.00 Toledo PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. H. A. M Perrysbnrp 6.20 Rates Side Track-8.82...

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 March 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. A RKcirrc foh Rosy Cheeks. Dou-Wo-solo boots. Always tell tlio' truth; you will find It easier than lying. Brttkh bo upright with poTcrty than be wicked with plenty. The Washington Life is ono of tho old est New York Companies. Resolve to perform what you ought, and perform what you rcaolvo, Tits story of an unhappy marrlago Is often ft narrative of many word. London statistics show about 200,000 more women than men in that great me tropolis. . The greatest beer-drinking city on tho face of the earth is said to bo Munich In Bavaria. riivsroiANS fjpy that thirty thousand people die annually in this country from using tobneco. A couri.E of chairs belonging to Bono diet Arnold were recently sold at St. John, N. B., for 1 1,275 each. According; to the Danbury (Conn.) Newt, they utilio the fever and ngue there by setting the subjects to shaking carpets. Because a man and wlfo be-dear and be-angel each other in public, don't be eure that they are blossed turtle-doves in pri...

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

Miscellaneous Reading. THE CHILDREN'S APRIL FOOL. BY ELIZABETH SILL. What are the children all abnnft Mlsrhief In ci'rlnlnly brewing; When four little heads are In a bunch, 1 know thcru'll be something doing. IIak 1 what merry, tints y shont. : A a away they suddenly scatter I I'apa has awnctrned hi tea with Halt, Aud doesn't know what'a the matter. 1 Mother, who sava, "Von can't Catch mel" llor breakfast Jnst ready to Kwallow, Find" that the egir she likes no well illow strantrs!) is perfectly hollow. -Hrldijnr, with dlsh-rlotk pinned behind Ily On arr that strwlthllr handle, la patiently trying, with all her might, To light potato-candle I But, ah, yon rogues! though yon had yonr fun, The fun was not all for you; And yon found, before the day was done, We oouldiiave our nonsense, too. For Pick, who thinks mapl-ugar nlco, Took a bite of aoapao yellow I Tom tasted a doughnut (if cotton-wool. And got laughed at wull, poor fellow i And when mothor sent to tho thread store near The llt...

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 April 1872

gmgrtniji goiunal. JAMES TIMMONS, Editor. FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1872. Tha Colombo. 0iiMf Imthfully seya ttl the friends nf H.m. Hiaoti. Oii.lowat (and her r legion) will b gratified to learn that lit Im b'.tn slowly recoftring from bis late If rera and critical illneaa. th Rial B'rd of Agriculture Las deeiJed to give a trial of gricultorl Implements and m.ctiinery io Claik county, to commence on tha JSth of June, and lo eontlnna from day to day. Tin competition It not confined to tltia Stale lone, but other States are aipeeted to partici pate io Ih trial. It promta-a to b on of the intt complete leatf of the kind aver held io Uie State. lb a The Postal Telegraph. The Postal Telegraph sjstrra of Oreal Britain It meeting with the greatest success and n prov ing, to be a grant benefit to alt classes. TSe- Suneriulondoot of that Department Mr, Hi'iiDiaom, report that the total number of msssagea forwarded from poatal telegraph sta tions in Ih United Kingdom laat week was 240,- .4, ahowing an...

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 April 1872

riBLIIHID ITIRT FRIDAY BtOKKISO BT JA7IE9 TIJIJIOSS. TEHKIR I Ota espr, asr,la edvanoa $1 50 eepy , sis BSOntllS 100 0a espy i three months 50 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. SOI MO HO KTH. a. a. r.. r ,M. A.M. T ..U.10f l.io Custsr 3 .5H 4.02 4.14 t.U 4.45 4.47 5.10 .0 P.rrysb'gl2 7 . ttnaehtoa- 1.0$ H.IIPra'e 1.1. 10.14 Hsklas- 1.1T 10 17 Teatogaay l.JS I0.2S Weston- 1.4 10.48 Miltea 1.65 11.00 OllUfx 1.5SI1.04 Milton Waton""8 Tootogany S Raskin HnllPreirle3 Roachton- 4 Perryaburs4. Toledo-4. LIMA ACCOMMODATION. f.M. A.M. .. ..0.61 ....0.60 ...T.IO ....7.60 ...8. 08 ....8.12 .. 8.27 ....8.42 ..26 relee Perryeborg Besehtoa... Hall Prairla. Raskins Teatega.y .., W.at.a Miltan Oastar 1.15 4.30 4.40 4.50 .Oe .4. ..00 .00 Cottar Mi Una Weston Tontogany Raskins Hall Prairie Roachton Perrysbarg- Toledo PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. . A. M Perrytbnrg 8.20 Rate! Side Track '0.32 East Toledo 0.44 Toledo 8.50 Telede ?0 8att Tol.do 0.20 ttates 8ide Track). SS Ferryaburg A.60 SENECA J. POWELL,...

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 April 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. " Snom.n r.iilf.1 noqualntftnco be forgot t Not if they liav money. Many a good man lenreth an Inherlt- finceln the Washington Life Insurance . Coropanyk..of New York. It 1b iiRclegs trying to sell renlaon cheap, lfccnuiie epicures say If it la not deer it must be mutton. ' TnR bridal veil of a young lady who was married lately lu New "York, cost two thousand dollars. Tiikhb are eight papers published In Germany which are devoted to advocat- ing woman's rights. SiTpposiNO a man to be In a serious frame of mind, is it necessary he should be a picture of despair f An old man in Detroit has played 08, 1 000 games of drauglrts In the course of a "checkered career of eighty years. A "Western clercymanihas petitioned for a reduction of hit salary, and his friends propose to place him in an Insane asylum. Naomi, the daughter of Enoch, was 580 years old when she married. There's .hope for some of you other ladies, after .all. . Kbvengk is sweet. The young ladtos' nnti-tooacco...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
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