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

Miscellaneous Reading. THE TWINS. BY T. BUCHANAN READ. Tkov a beautiful lake In the monntln Two rivoleia eamo down, ... With rmnle and flnt.inr Ilk ribbons of Blue i By delicate breezes blown. O'er beds of golden lustre In the shadow of rock and tree, They tang the tame times with their silvery tongue. And clapped tbelr bunds In glee. O'er rocks with mosses mantled They eddied and whirled like a waiting pair, Till hand lu hand with laughter and leap, They mingled their misty hair. O'er tho self same ledges, Singing the self-same tune, T.icy pasced from April to breezy JlBy Toward the flehls of Juno, They whirled and danced and dnlliert, Aim llirouuu uie ini'Hcumn sim, TIM under the same thick tjriHs and flowers Their future course was hid. 1 saw two beautiful children Of one fair mother born, Like two young clouds of goldon hue That smile on the breast of Moru. the same In age and beauty, The same In voice and size The same brlsht hair upon their heads The same blue In their eyes. S...

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 November 1872

Perrysburg Journal. JAMES TIMMOKS. Editor. WIT MPCBLICAX PAPER IS THE COl'STT. flllDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1872.. SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE!! EucoumrpJ by tho numerous compll menu the Journal nn received by letter and verbal, wo linvo dutermijieil to mnke f.'io effort to-double tlie present circulation 'el tbe paper within the next year. AVe vill send the Journal from now until Tnmmry 1st, 1874, for $1.50 in advance, or $2.00 if paid within tbe year. No one can well afford to be without the amount of good reading for thin insignificant sum. W'c trust each of our readers will oblige us by calling tho attention of their neighbors to this offer. After tho September elections the New York World said, "Now for October." Now tho October election has repealed the lesron of- September, the World says, "Now for No vember." What next ? The law requiring Congress to assemble on the 4th of March having been repealed, the Congress recently elected will not as semble until the first Monday in December 1S73, ...

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 November 1872

Perrysburg Journal Published Ertrj Friday Keralaf by JANES TinPIONS. TFItlTfwt Do copy, on year, in advaoe- Gil lAhf all mniilk . - - . . 11 SO 1 00 60 On eopy, three month" Rates of Advertising. n.. i . i. 1 00 ftaoh subsequent Insertion M oolumn for 3 mnnthi eolnmnforfi monthe H oolumn for 1 2 monthe column for 8 months U column for monthe U column Tor 12 monthe U column for 3 monthe U column for fl monthe column for H montlie i eolamn for It monthe- Adminlstrstor'a orExceulor'a Notices- Ruainess cards, not exceeding 6 linen. 1 60 7 00 It 00 10 00 10 00 IS 00 30 00 It 00 22 on 40 U0 76 00 2 00 year 6 00 Notices in local column, per line 10 JOB PRINTING, ing competition, and cheep tt can be done 1 i W t I ... . - .it nr.... .1 .11. l a a 4 work to leaf the office. Call andexaminespec- HI V II TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOIMOSOUTH . OOIM0 HOBTB . .H. A.M. r.M. A.M. Toledo-- 12. 50m .20 Caster 12 4.40 Perrysb'f 1.16 9.44 Milton 3 14 4.48 Roach ton- 1.23 t.42i weaton----. t-au H...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 November 1872

STORM BOUND. "I know 1 am pretty," nid Clara Wint linghnm to herself, cozing componedly Into her mirror, "hut I do not think 1 am sufficiently beautiful to Bend all tho young men of my acquaintance Into testacies over mo." It Is not always very easy for a girl to Judge of nor own looks; but Clara tried to be as impartial as possible on this special occasion. And what was it she saw reflected In the glass beforo which she stood, critically surveying the crea ture whom the world called Clara Wint ringhamf A tall, supple figure, with sloping shoulders and a daintily tapered waist; a skin as soft as satin, and tinted like au oleander blossom; deep blue eyes, )ust shaded Into violet at the Iris; and a littlo, fresh mouth, where the teeth shone at every smile like pearls through a crimson shell. "Yes," said Clara, nodding her head so that certain spirals of golden brown balr which always hung over her head danced coquottishly up and down, "I am pretty. Then that five hundred pounds a year...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 November 1872

PERKYS BJ0RG am UNA Lit. , IB 2t T R A . BY TELEGRAPH. FIRE IN BOSTON! The Most Destructive Ever Known in the City. 200 Acres Burned Over. Millions of Property Destroyed. The Best Business Portion of the City Gone. Vessels Burned. Firemen Killed by Falling Walls. Assistance Asked of Neighboring Cities. The Authorities Blowing Up Buildings. [Special Dispatches to Sunday Morning Journal by Atlantic & Pacific Line. Boston, Nov. 98 p. m. A fearful fire U nw raging here, having been die covered In A. K. Young' residence, No. 87 Summer Street. Two whole blocks on Summer street aie on Ore and will proba bly be totally consumed. The flames have been blown across the street, and at this hour the whole square extending to Winthrnp Square,including business prem lues of J. XI. Beebe, Parker, Weldon & Co., and a number of others are in danger of destruction ' m I) P. M. The Are is rsg'ng tearfully, extending to Federal street on the east side of Summer street, Winthrop Square, OtlS stre...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 8 November 1872

THE BOSTON FIRE. CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.] ' The telegraph wires are all down la the elir. The Atlantic A Pacific Company's of fice linn Juet been established outside the ' tiurnt district. The following stacta are completely destroyed : Klllty, Mlierty Bquare, Cen tral, Water, Undall, Congress, High, Da Yooslilre, Franklin, Milk, Hummer, Feder al, Pearl and part of Bedford Large number of fomlllesjari rendered homeless, and the iltnntlon U truly heart' rending. , Huston, .4:80 P. M.Tha old South Church la scotched on all sidealmtls Hare, At 10 o'clock the granite building on Kllhy at., which an hour la-fore was a mas of flame, a perfect furnace, now pre ' sented the aspect of having the flrp ! most extinguished. Opposite, however; : and nearly to the down iitory, was a block which waa limning with greut ht-at, and It seemed ll this liulliling anil t lie one next to it, must be entirely destroyed be ef re the tire could Ik; extinguished. ., The post-office, which Is tunst thorough...

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 November 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. THE CRIPPLED BOY'S STORY. It may be that yo pwwrn) br, air, -. When ronitnf Armn this lana I ' -A woman bant, with tired look. . 'v Her clothe, von know. are plain And enann, bnt rlan and tidy -Ilk . There's coming np t rmln I I've broiiiM hr wit this old nmberell Hhe l my mother, itr j Anil thoneti shs nh. la not will, Bnt I'm hr comforter; If I'd rrnwii up Ilk nthar boys, 1 d bars supported her. Bnt (tar I got thai wfnl fill I've hwi rrlppl ouUe, And oioiber hu to work so mnrh Her fare arrows thin itnd white. It's hardest puin I bave. to Bear To see her mt at night. Tea. air; wa mantes very well, If ladlea only d pay; Last week, new cushions (or the chnrch Took their apart thanpe away; The ladlea said, oar little MAt They'd pay them all to-day I I a'pnee, air. ladlea rarer think Mow mnch a dollar '11 bny They never Ret an ounce of tea. My mother aayathat'a why : Do yoa anppnae that they tonld meat ' How "hongry daya" drag by f Mt mother, ilr.'i I lady, too n...

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 November 1872

45 JAMES TIKMCT3I9, Editor. CXLT MPCBtlCM f APK K TKcSlf. FRIDAY, NOVKMBKR 8, 1ST2.. SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE! i Eiieotras;,d ljr th wiineroti fompll roent the JontWAt, lino received hj teller And verbs!, we have determined . to make the effort todonMo the present circulation of th paper witliin tbe next year, - Vie will ind the Jov'nxh from now until' January let, 1871, for $l.,VHn advance, or $2.00 if paid within the year. No one can T?ell afford to he without the amount of ffod rending for thia Insignificant mi mi V.'e trust each of our rondor will oblige its by calling tha attention of their neighbor tavtliis ofl'r. t i The Boston Fire. Wt famish our roacW thia wcok with a Bupplement sheet, containing tho . pr"e dispettehee, which waa jaaucd in extra on Sundaf laet and aold upon the' etrceta of fiear alt our principle citioa. Lnlcr c eonnta tcaaon the magnitude of the fire and rMiuontca the total loa lo be between f?S0, 000,000 and $100,000,000. Tb (Treat fire at Dotiton has taken t...

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 November 1872

Perrysburg Journal Published Every Friday Morning by JAMES TIMMONS. TERMS. copy, oaa year, In adtan. On npy,ig month ...... On topy , thrcemontti...' . 1 00 . at- v (0 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. otmosoorii nRoT . . P. II . 'x? . .n - A.sf.' Tolt '-ll.flf t.jnCstr s.S 'rrrtb'f . Milton .... 14 Rnachiot). I.M v .AfiWratoa...- . .4tl IlitllPra'a lO.OtVTontogany-1 ttO.Qa llsskloa-. 1.84 If 02 Ilasklos.. M 6.14 Tnntogeny 1.41 10.13 II til irrairi M .17 Weiio.. 2 01 1 1 2H fc.sehtnn. 4 00 Miltna Ml 1 . Prrrbur4.IO 34 Custsr--. J. IS 10.38 Toledo 4.81 7.0 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. r.M. A.M. Tslsdn 8.15,CUf ..e.M Prrrburg; 4.IOMiltfiD ... Il.ehton... 4.24 Waitnn T.IO Hull Prairie 4 4fl Tnntngany 7.60 Haskln 4.41 Hsskint ...... ma TentogAay & 00 Hull Pralrio .lt Weston 3.30 Rnchtn 8.27 Milton 6.A0 Perrysbnrg 8.42 Custar 'i . 0 Toledo .2i PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r.M. A . M .lsdn ( 10 Perrysbnrg 11. JO East Toledo. ... .ft. 20 Rntts Sid Track -6.32 Uvea SidTrck0.9s Pint Toledo 6.44 Parry...

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 November 1872

CURRENT ITEMS. Nkvrb ask a woolen manufacturer to give up his cards. A rt.owino eai-well supplies Tltus Vlllo, Pa., with fight and fuel. "Snmnt" has broken out with great violence in all parts of Pennsylvania. Lo, thr pecuniarily deficient Indian, has embraced rag picking In Ban Diego. A doo epizootic is londly clamored for ; ky Louisville letter-carriers. A iumurr of New York capitalists have ordered Teasels built In Nova Scotia. Tftic High Toned Guards is the nam of a military company at Albany, N. Y. , Givino seventeen hundred pounds of coal for a ton is among "the weighs that are dark." It took twenty men, armed with Whit ney rifles, to kill a mad bull, near East ltock, Conn. , Garijknino around Paris Is dangerous on accouht'of uneiploded bombs in the earth. Apothbcarklesrnkbs Is a new word the present generation has found it necessary to invent. Tna largest dairy in California con tains 1.200 cows, the milk of which is churned into butter by steam. A New IIamfshibs man has disc...

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 November 1872

Poetry. A MORAL INDICATOR. If Mr. .loniw, LTtnrftnn B., Unit one pTnlliir qnnlltv, ' rM lilt fcvuri! advocacy : Of conJnjfiU fldclllf . lilt views of hc.ivcn were very free; vlnwa-ot lifn wcro painfully ltlillnilou; but fi-rvi-ntly II a dwelt on marriage auctlty. lie frennontly wont on ft opreo; lint In lil wfldi'Kt revelry, n Ihla cspeclnl piilijccl, ho lirlriij-cd no ambiguity. And tlionitli at times Lycnrcin R. Did lr hi h:inds not lovingly 1'iion tils wife, the Kftnctity Of wedlock was his guurauty. lint Sirs. Jones docllned to sco Attain in the vnme light aa he, And quietly got a decruo llivorelug her from Jones, L. II. And what (lid Jones, I.ycurgus H., With his kuowu ltlloeyncracyl He nulled - a hitter smile to sec And drew the weapon of Bowie. Jfo did what BirWes did to Key What Cole on Ulsvock wronlit, did ho; In fuct, on persons twenty-threo lie proved the manlao pancilty. The counselor who took the fee, The witness and the referee, Tile jndire who minted the decree, Vied ...

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 November 1872

JAMES TLMU0N9, Editor. OUT KNJBL1C.W Mil IN IDE COl'MY. FIltDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1872. SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE!! F.nconrafrod Vy the numerous compli ment the Journal ha received by letter irnl verbal, we have determined to male the effort to double the present circulation of the paper within the next year. We will eond the Journal from now until January lat, 1874, for $1.60 in advaneo.or 9 2.00 if paid within the year. No one can well afford to be without the amount of (rood reading for thla Insignificant um. We trust each of our readers will oblige ut by calling tlio attention of their neighbors to this offer. ' THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION By thi Governor of the Sttttt of Ohio t CoLvuncs, Nov. 1st, 1971. A rear of unusual prosperity tnour flute snd nnntry is now drawing to a close. The labors of the husbandman hare been abundantly re warded. Evrr depaitincnl of business lias Iwn prosperous. The inVBStmanis of capital bars been remunerated, snd harvest toil hive bean rewarded ss never befor...

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 November 1872

Fo.bUsb.e4 Krtry Friday Margins; by JAMES TlIUItlONS. TFHItKI na copy, one year, le advance On copy, six months--.. Oae eopy, three month.- ... ft so .. . 1 oo ... . a TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. ooixosoutb OOIXO MOBTf. t.n. r. M. r.M. A.m Toleao-.-U.5ftm .10 Collar ... - S 13 M 3 14 .8 1 M 5.4V 1416.00 .151 8)5 rerrysb'ii Hasklna--Tnntngsny Weston Uiltoa Cuatar- 1.15 9.41 Milton.... 1.23 II.AgiWeeton... 1.3 lQ.OOlTontngany 1.15 H.O.'iIaeklns . 1.45 10.12 HullPrairieS 2 SOI 10.2S flnaeblnn. 4 00 Ml 10 3n'Perrvsbure;4.IO J. IS 10.38 Toledo 4.85 o.it 6.14 7. 00 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. r.M. A.M. Toledo 1.15 Custar 6.51 Perrysburj 4.10 Milton 6.56 Roaohfn 4.21 Weston T.IO Hull Pralria 4.40 Tontngsny 7.50 ILikina 4.44 Raskins 8.08 Tontngany 4.0(1 Hull Fralri - Weatua 8.30 Roschton 0.17 Milton 6.00 Perrysburg 8.42 Cuatar . 19 Toledo . PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. v. A. M .6.20 Isdn 6 20. Perry shore: . Cast Toledo 6.JS Rates Sid Track-6.32 Hales Side Traekn.H F.aat Toledo 6.44 Perrysburg...

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 November 1872

THE BOSTON FIRE. A Comprehensive Review of the Great Conflagration. BOSTON, November 11. How tn great fire originated will per haps always remain a mystery. The first alarm was given about seyon o'clock on Saturday evening, when tha flames were discovered bursting from the fourth floor of n large, five ptory granite building on tho corner of Kingston and Summer streets. Tho building was occupied by Tibbitts, Baldwin is Davis, dry goods Jobbers i A.. K. Young & Co., manufac turers of skirts and corsets, and Damon, Temple & Co., doolers In fancy goodB. It stood in a part of the citv which is as des olate after dark as Broad street is In New York. The heavy dealers in domestic and foreign dry goods had their headquarters near here. A. T. Stewart's great branch concern was within a stone's throw. Jor dan, Marsh & Co. , have their wholesale and retail houee close by. J. M. Bccbe & Co. gave their name to a magnificent block in which they have carried on a splendid es tabli...

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 November 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. Miscellaneous Reading. SUNSHINE. Tiifnis's plenty of snnshlne to npira for as (ill, Then Inlo our lives lt iMVe It: Tho worlrt, thnneh brimful of the ulorlnni light, 'an bo (lurk. It wo rlionw n tn ninkB It. We iniint open onr hw 't the sunlight pour In wno ngiit np i no flnrk, dreary places; With snn-hlnc without, and sunshine wtlhin, Nevermore shall we see gloomy faces, ( We should aeex out the liven thai are clouded and sad, Where sunshine perchance hmh ne'er entered, And elvn to thnni frcdr from our hrlinmlnir cni. Where sunshine end peero loin have ccutcrod Ol nil the world over there Itjht for lis all, Then Into our lived let n take It; The world, Ihonirh brimful of the glorlnn light. Can ho dark, If wo r heoec so to innkc II. (w'ifttien Age. EMPTY. BY EDGAR FAWCETT. Yot'H coscvcrlh I In the eorner yet; t ilt mid w.itch It, J list as rtny in deml. Von cannot prcjn, ntrnin, my vanished pet, llg pillow with your drowsy golden lieiid. Von ennnot reach plump...

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 November 1872

JAMES TlilMONS, Editor. MLT REPUBLICAN PAPER l?i THE COUNTY. FKIDAT, NOVEMBER 29, 1872. SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE!! ITnoouftigod by th numerous compli monU tho Journal has received by letter and verbal, wo hnvo determined to make tho effort to double the present circulation ot' tho paper within the next year. We will aend the Jocbnal from now until January lot, 1874, (or $1.60 In advance, or S 2.00 if paid within the year, ho one can well afl'ord to be without the amount of good rending or this Insignificant sum We trust each of our readers will oblige, us by calling tho Attention of their neighbors to this offer. 'Tin C.iiciffo Toil says i "Tho reason the PtnJay liquor law doesn't succeed bolter In C.ticago ii beoiiiu thers ars twenty-two buu 4-vi bars lo its progress." Ths Virginia papers are eomilaiuinit that tlie ehelera Is playing sad havoc with tho hogs in the npper parts of Hpnltrjlvanla county. Many farmsrs have lost noarly avery hug they had rot only thnae in the prna fattening ...

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 November 1872

gwusbiuij l0utnal Published Every Friday Morning by JAMES TIltilMONS. TEltMSi oe copy, on yesr.lp advance- One oopjr,iii month On copy, three months $1 50 1 00 SO TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. .n. p.. '. A.M. Tnlnd...lf.0rM t.JOCustar 3 IS 6.3 ferrreb'f lt 9,441 Milton H -39 Rnnchlon. 1.2S . We.lon... .ZB .' HnllPra'e 1.83 10.00Tontogany. 8 42 0.05 II k tn X 1.33 i in uiiiini 'a 'i Tnntnrenr 1.45 19.12 HullPrairle 8 6S 0.15 0.17 ..4 7.00 Weston Milton Ouittt- J 01 10.28 Roach ton- 4.00 Jit S.I3 in.3ltjPerrysburr.4.IO 10.38 Toledo. 4.33 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. T.M. A.M. Tnladn S.lSCosUr 8.61 Psrrrsburr A.IOMilton 0.6 Rmichton 4.24:Wsston 7.10 Hull Prairie-.. . 4.40 Tontogany 7.60 Hisklns 4.44 Haskins B.08 Tnntnganr A.OOHull I'rairi 8.12 Weston ft. 30 Roachton 8.27 Milton .00( Perrysburg 8.42 Custar O.OoTnlodo PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. P. M. A.M ledi 20Prrvshnrp 8.20 Fast Tnled a 0.2 Hxtfi Hide Track-It. 32 H res Hide TrackA.aftF.aat Toledo 0 44 Perrrebura- .50iTnledn 8.50 CALVIN SHEPL...

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 November 1872

Political Leaders. .,T?1',,0 c1ect,fn iiiRKostn leverftl tbotiRhU upon political leadership In this country. The Democratic politicians whrt minajred the StMo Convention of the r party in New York after tho Cincin nati nomination were resolved to secure the i adoption of the Cincinnati candidate t Baltimore, because they were sure that the Republican scccsnlon would swell the nomocrntlc voto Into a vast majority. They reasoned that if such men as Hen .Mora Sumner, Trumbull, and Bchurr, were willing to lead their party, they mast noccssarily lead an army of follow ers witli them( and that If politicians liko Mr. Fcnton, Mr. Hutchincs, Mr. stnfllnrn mil vr. n i 1 j .......v, ,.u ....i. mutt wcro rcnuj to co operate with Democrnts, it was be cause they wore sure of the disintegra tion of tho party. We were constantly told that General Grant was the only man who would divide tho Republicans, and the only one who could not be elected. Donbllcss tho gentlemen whom we haTO named believed m...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 December 1872

Miscellaneous Reading. AN INTRUDER. BY HIRAM RICH. tlaby has Wn harp, II seems, Hahy Annie on the wing In my little library, I'lumtarinfr mid reveling. Anntnr, th darllne: wltrh So how Innocent h lookn But h hen world of wtl , Whn b Kt moDg my books. IFlf the time I own she seems hflnv thiw slur: Then eln 1 cry, "My hooks Annie, wht ro no yon are I" J.'o, no" pip crlcln rains i wown m umniy Tonimes come; Pnp.i, hero yon sie no klni;, J am queen In bahy-dom. filitcly .Tnhmnn llo In srlef Under laughing ItAlielai; Imcrnon I? fiat for onrc; llrlnu's tliumblna Thackeray. WMltlcr, Opnotrnret Thon hait mnny patera lost, Uii' If all weve (ronu bnt one. That wonld hold and chnrm or blo. Ilahy with the donMo crown, And the laiiKhtrr-hannted eyes, - rini rfnnctiim, volnmc-strewn, tx to tbne a Paradise I I forgive tnoe when I feel (. Breath and Hps npon moprwed, Sweet as any alien ulr, Blown from harbors of the blert. " Papn," aoincthln" whispers me, IteMer every laden ahelf Emptied liy her ha...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 December 1872

JVfMES TIMMONS, Editor. " WLT REPUBLICAN fAf KR IN THE COfXTT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER C, 1872. SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE!! Enoonrngsxl by the numerous compli ment the JocdxaI. Iim received by letter nnJ Tertml, we have determined to make tli effort to douMe the present circulation -f the paper within the next year. Vfe will Mnd the Jot'RMAl. from now nntil January 1st, 1S74, for $1.50 in advance, or t2.00 i( paid within the yoar. No one can well afford to le without the amount ol pood reading for thit insignificant mm, We truit each of our reader will oblige ti by calling the a'tontion of their neighbor to this offer. Th new Dritiah ship, Dersstation, and the Russian monitor, Pkr the Oreat, are the two niit powerful war Teasels afloat. In tha fortt.fr thr ar ns lia than thirty-four diatioc! anil eparat tnglnai. . m - Tha Dtmncracy don't know what to think of 'Old Vjrainnr." The official raturna show that Qkant earriad tha State by 1,811 majority And that too, in apita or tha fact that "Old Vir...

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