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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 December 1872

gcujtslmrg gjfonntal abllahsd Ivery Friday Morning by JAMES TIM MOWS. TEllDISt Vnt copy, one year, in advance. On npy,elx month On copy .threemonth 1 60 i 1 00 to TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. SOIKOIOCTB OOIHe KOBTB . r.a . t.n. r.u. a. at. Toledo- .l.0r .JDiCmlif ... IJ . rrrrib'f 1.15 0.44 Milton 1.14 V39 Roac'htnn. 1.23 W(itoD.-3.2 1.4 HnllPra'e 1.S3 10.00 Tontogany-3.42 8.0B Hmklng-. 1.J4 I 0 02 Haekln -3.61 fl.15 Tnatogany 1.4J 10.12 HullPrairleS o $.17 Weston J 01 10.28,Roachton-.. 4.00 Milton 2.11 10 3n I'orrjBburgi.l o.4 Uuslar--- 311 10.38 Toledo 4.34 7.00 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. r.u. A.M. Toledo 3.19 Cnelar .1 Perryaburg 4.10 Milton o.&o Roaehton 4.24Wton T.IO Hull I'rairl 4.40 Ton toirsor 7.60 llaskin 4.44 Raskins A. OK T.mtojany 6.00 Hall Prairie 8.12 on ft. 30 Roaehton 8.27 Milton (1.00 Perrysburg 8.42 Castar tVOo Toledo .26 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. m A . M ledn ( 20iPerryshurg 6.20 Kasl Toledo 0.20 lives Side TrsckO.JtH Cirrysburg 8.60 tlstes Sida Truck -8.32 Ri...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 6 December 1872

SADIE'S THANKSGIVING. BY LUCIA CHASE BELL. H wi RRturcldT nfternoon, and Sadie bad JitH finished her Ironing. Tlio room whs full of tho sweet, warm scent of fresh ly Ironed clothes; the Bunllght mrnla pink and golden ((lows In the clouds of shining muslin hangiii'i all over the straight old chairs, and the roses and geraniums In the window looked brighter and thriftier than ever, towering up above the trans parent whiteness all about them. Johnny and Davy wore away shelling corn for old Mrs. Nell"; littlo thrco yoar old Kit was taking her afternoon nap. curled up among tho pillows in the bedroom by her Bick mother, and the whole house Bcemcd delightfully clean and quiet, for a won- der. Sadie kept blithely humming. "Through lanes and hedgerows pearly," while she put away her ironing blanket, nd nut tho tca-kcttlo on, and rolled out the light biscuits for supper. It always ccmed as If sho could "smell fresh hay" when sho sang that old song, and some how it alwavs came Into her head w...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 December 1872

General News Summary. CONGRESSIONAL. The last sosslon of the Forty-second Congress m begun In Washington on the Id.... Thn 8onlt met at noon, th Vice-President In the rlialV. unit all tti Icadliig Senators pre'cnt, with largely more than quorum The Chaplain, lu bis opening prayer, alluded to the dcash of Mr. Grccl6y an that of ono whose lien had given direction lo public thought, and hnd beau a ocnefaollon to mankind ....Tim creden tials ef Gail. Matchln, of Kentucky, were presented, and lie was sworn In. The credentials of Mr. Morriil, of Vermont, . were also pre sented. ...A ' number of bllla were In trodjeod, amon" them tin by Mr. FumncT In faynf- of tha oblivion of past differences, and providing that the names of battles wltn fellow cltlaens rhall not ho contlniifd In tho Army llcg lter. or placed on the rvglmental colors of the United Ntates; for Hie relief of sufferers by the Hoston tiro; granting a pension of t.0on a year to the widow of General Meade. All these bllla were t...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 December 1872

JAMES TIMMONsTEditoVr FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1872. i I SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE! Knnoiiragml hy the numerous compli ments the Jot'ltXAJ. hit received h? letter Hnd Torlial, wo hnvc determined to ninko the tflurt to double the present circulation f the papsr within the nex4 AVo will tend the Journal from now until Jsnnsry 1st, 1874, for $1.S0 in tidvnnrr, nr ' S2.00 if pnid within the year. No one ran well afford' to be without tlie amount of good rending for thU insignificant nun. We trust each of our readers will ohlige tu hy railing the attention of their neighbor! to Uii offer. . The Montgomery County Medical Society !k the Dayton Council to aid the project of eatub lulling a hospital lo Hint city for una reason lh.it "tl! great wjre nf epidemic elmlera, which lias jnil awept nrer the Russian Empire, carry ing off eighty thousand of Ita Inhabitant!, mar reaak ue during the oonig summer." Th! Cincinnati 6Wffe' Washington cor reipnndcnt layi; "Ex-Speaker Oan,nf South Carolina, receives li...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 December 1872

gerrgrtutggotttnI Publianed Every 7 rid Horning by JAMES Tim PI ON 5. TERMS: In copy, on year, in advance. On Copy, sis months Out "opy.t lire month 1 00 50 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. GOING SOUTH GOING NORTH P.M. f.. .. A.. Tol.io-. lJ.Mm .20iCntr 18 .3 P...h'. l is 8 44 Milton .14 .3 tl,.l,ion. 1.23 9.42 Wttton--3 ifl o.4 HnllPr' ist 10.00 Tontoesnv .8.42 O 0 Kaskiii-- 1 US 10 02 fTsskin -S f'l 0.1 10.12 HullPrsirleS 53 6.17 Tnntogsny 1.4 J Weston- f.Ol Milton t.U Cuslar--- J. 13 I0.28llochtnn.. 4 00 10 30 Perrvbtirg4.10 10.38 Toledo-" 4.36 0.34 7.0V LIMA ACCOMMODATION. Told Perrytbarf . tloschtnn II, ill Prlrit-.. 'Inking - ... Tontogny Weston Millon Custar P.M. A.M. 8.51 ..6.58 ,-T.lO ..7.50 ...8.(18 ...8.11 . 8.27 . .8.42 9.26 3.15 Cnstar 4.10'Miltoo 4.24 Wton 4.40 Tontngany 4.44 Haskin t 00 Hull Pralrl. 5.30 Rnaohton 0.00 I'errysburg-- 8.08 Toledo PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. r. m. A . M ledn 8 20iPerrysburg .20 fcast Toledo 8.28 R.te .Side T...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 13 December 1872

SADIE'S THANKSGIVING. BY LUCIA CHASE BELL. It tu Saturdftjr afternoon, and Sadie had Just flnitad her Ironing. The room was full of theiwcot, warm acentof fresh ly Ironed olothea; the sunlight made pink and froldcn glow In the clouds of ahlnlng mnslin hanging all over the straight old chain, and the roses and geraniums in the window looked brighter and thriftier than ever, towering up above the trans paren whiteness all auont them. Johnny and Davy were away shelling corn for old Mrs. Neil"; littlo th re 3 your-old Kit was taking her afternoon nap. curled up among the pillows In tho bedroom by her sick mother, and the whole house seemed delightfully clean and quiet, for a won der. Badie kept blithely humming. "Throuh lane and hedcerows pearly,'1 whilo she put away her ironing blanket, and put the tea kettle on, and rolled out the light biscuits for supper. It always seemed as If she could "smell fresh hay" when she sang that old song, and some how it always came into her head when sh...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 December 1872

Selected Miscellany. Selected Miscellany. CHRISTMAS CAROL. BY MILLIE W. CARPENTER. Ont In the midnight's white and Harry splendor onrt more tho glsd belli ring,, ... r VlflfthlirtomTolcPii, sweet na tendor, Zl 1 11""! com.f I, . - i The whole clear night seems bending low to listen, Tho chnrch lifts up It" cross: And solitary, snow-rapped mountains glisten, AndAlwoee llwh ami lone, ,-r-. r . , Crtssnias come!. ' From sea to e 1 mlghtr vole la pealing, On moorland Weak and wide, " Throuirh fror.cn fluids and dead rose-gardens steal- By wood and water-aide. (fc'hrstinas Isopjnel,!, , , To Uehted hearths whose fires make silver linings . HMnd the dav's dark clond, To halla where Heantv'e aiimmer light Is shining, Where dancers laugh and crowd, Christmas Is cornel , f O, world! O, llfel O, hearts In sorrow sighing! Remember that to day .. . Across the wasto of time about you lvlue. Xlt Savior Oude 11 i way r--. . -Ci .t-'hristuia is cornel . ' Oh, low and sweet the Christmas carols falt...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 December 1872

JAMES TIMMONS. Editor. mnEPWLicix nrra the coisTv. FRIDAY, D EC KM B Kit 6, 1872. SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE!! ' Encourage 1tr tlio nmnpron".. irntn the Jot.'ttx.'flni" received by letter ,..vnLroa1, we have determined to mnke , tUe effort to douUo the present circulation of tlio paper within the next year. We trill acrid tlio AMn-?fc from now until , ' January lut, 1R74, for 9f0 In advance, or $2.00 if paid within the year. Xo One can well nflarJ to be without tlio amount of " prod reading for thia iiiFinificnnt mini. Wo truxt each of our render will olilip n ' riy ralliirg the attention of their neighbors n' UI effer. 'th Rheriff ol Otilo received otot t3,000-for bringing Presidential eleeti.n returns to Cnlnm luis, under a Uw paiaed before railways wire - uear at ntimjrmis at. they are nam It Is well enough to bear in mind s we fo along that a majnrilyi of the Southern, Hut us roted to aceur " peace and reconciliation " by going fo 8im Tli ii it a practical illnatra- tiuoMtoet tliey;er...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 December 1872

Pahliia! ETry Friday Morning by JAMES TIlfiniONS. TF.MHIHt l n copy , or year, la advance On npy,sil month.. On eopy , thr month.. - ... $t to .. . 1 00 to TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. ooiroioctb ioiMfi, .. .. f.M.A.M Toledo. ..12.0rt t.0CnUr ... 12 Perrvsb'g l.l Milton - .3 14 4.80 Hoachton- 1.23 a A9i Weston...! .iin 4.40 If tillPra'e IS Mltlni.. 13 Tontngany 1.4J 10.00 Tontngny 42 0.0 If. Oj;fIkin 41 .14 H.12 !IullPrlrl 6.17 Weston- 1.01 If .28 'RnaeMnn-.. 4 00 10.30Perryabnrg4.IO Milton Cuatr 1.11 1.13 6.S4 10.38 Toledo---4. 3i 7.00 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P.M. A.M. ToUdo 3. IS Cnatar (1.41 Perrysbnrg 4.10 Milton 6.4 R.mehtnn 4.21 Weston T.IO 1 1 . 1 1 Prairi.- - . 4.40 Tontngany 7.40 lUskln 4.41 llnakin S.8 Tontngany 4.00 Hull Pralri 8.1 Weston .90 Rnachtnn 8.17 Milton 0.00 Perrysburg 8-2 Cntr .0 Toledo .2S PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. P. M. A . M ..(1.20 ledn 6 20iPerrTbnrg East Toledo 6.2. Mate Sid Track -0. 32 Kate Sida Trackn.ilR F.n.t Toledo S.44 Pjrrybrg 6.4olToledo 4.40 CAL...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 20 December 1872

The Funeral of Mr. Greeley. NEW YORK, December 4. -fTt tntorlnrof ttia Chnmh of Oie 1)t ' TmrtPntrmity, wir-rt Mr. Orcr,le"gohci- tuiic. wera held, presented a sombre nod ' tieiuitlfui appearance. Outside f ibi , filiwch were throng waiting In renper.t , fl siU'noo, Police stood in front of tbe eburcli as a guard. The chnrrh 'was apeneU at. about half part ten, altbongh ladifr rmH pirirttily Wn admlttftd and flllpdthe gallerli's. During the hour vhlttlt elApied Kfr the arrWal of the Yroftrsslon, a straia .of music was dis coursed by tfie choir. . ,.A.mof), the first e1etrltte to HTlve "werei Grryrnor ' Hotfman and President .Oraht. Iioscoe Conkling soon after enter- PeCretary Dolknarv, who sat at the right of the pulpit. There were also General Schura, Lvman Trumbull, and Vice-President Colfax, who took a seat near the President. The crowds Outside extended as far as the eye could reach, on either side on Fifth' avenue, awaiting the arrival of the procession. At eleven o'clock the p...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 December 1872

Selected Miscellany. ONE DAY SOLITARY. BY J. T. TROWBRIDGE. I A all rlrttl Good hy, old rhspt Twenty-fnnr hnr, that won t M long; Nothing to do but to take nap, And savl can a fellow sing-a anngf will the light fantastic bs In order A plgeon-wlnton yonr pantry floor? What are the rules t a rnlnr bnarrlarf B nlctr All rightl tViny ! got the doorl CTi(fjt, the holts sndlam locked In. Home pious reflection end repentance Come next, I anpptwe, for I Just beifln To perceive the stlnir In the lull of my sentence "One dny whereof shall he solitary," Here I am at the end of my Journey, And-well, It ain't Jolly, not so very! I'd to Oirotlo that sharp attorney 1 He took my money, Ihe very last dollar Didn't h ave mo to mnch ae a dime, Not enough tohuy me a pnpor collar To wear at my trial) he knew all the time' 'T wm some that I got forthe stolen silver! Why hasn't he henn Inflicted toof If he doesn't exactly rob and pilfer, Ho Uvea by the plunder of them that do, Then didn't It pnt me Into 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. — 27 December 1872

JAMES TIMMONS, Editor " lYLfurfELlCAS nPti 11 THE COUNTY, f RIDAY, -DECEMBER 27, 1872. SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE!! Enpournprort by the numerous compli nfent. tlic .Ini'hSAf. Iiho received t? letter ntul verbal, we have determined to mnko Hie effort to double tlio present circulation erf tlio paper witliin tlie next year. We will cnd the Journal from, now until January 1st, 1874, for SUM) In ntlvnnre, or $2.00 1( paid witliin tlio year. No one ran well afford to 1 without the amount of good reading for thlii iimigiiificiint num. We trust each of our renders will oblige w by calling the attention of their neighbor to this offer. i Th. vote of ths Kleclnral College will bo sn nnuneod 6W th 5d Wednesday nf Febrnary, SnmedAtKly after IU innmihcemenl Senator Wh.sox, Vico-President elect, will resign. Gar. Noyis lias ordoied a special election In Champaign county on tlit 31st inst., to elect a Member of the House, in place of Robkkt C. Fulton, appoiutcd Juilgo In pUce of Judge Cokwin. A man In ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 December 1872

Fabllshsd Ba-ery Friday Horning by JANES TIMMONS. TFltWXt ne enpJFrtns tear, in advanc"- One eoy,l mot) Hit On eopy, three months tt 60 . 1 00 to TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. OOlNOSOt'TII OOIHOHOaTll. p.m. r.U. Toledo.. .ll.nm . Custsr r.M . A.M. X 12 6.30 .8.14 . 3.20 6.4V 8 42 8.0 161 0.16 I'errrsb'a? 1.14 VAi Milton Uc.chlon- 1.23 Hnlll'ra'a l.S.l Hasklns-- 1.34 II..W Weilnn--10.00'Tontnpan? I 0 02 Hsskins .. Tnntnjrsny 1.44 10.12 II ill I Prairir 3 63 0.17 10. 28 Itoschtinv .. 4 U0 10.30 I'errvsburei.lO 8.34 Weston 2 nl Milton Custar 2.11 2.13 10.38 Toledo ,. S3 I.VV LIMA ACCOMMODATION. r.M. A.M. Toladn 3.14 Oitstar .61 Prrrbr(r -4.IO M ilton 0.60 fc.,chtnn 4.24 Weston T.IO Hill Hralrl 4 .40,Tonto(tany 7.60 lUskins 4.41 Hsskins n.l8 Tontnusay 6.00 flul' Prairie 8.12 Vetn 5.30 liosch'on 8.2f Milton ..0.00 Perry. iburff R-42 Custar 8.00 Toledo .26 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. P.M. A M ledo 8 2APerrTnnrp 0.20 Kant Toledo 0.20 llttes Hi.leTrackO.3S Pjrryebur 0.50 Rate Sid Track.tl....

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 27 December 1872

JOE AND I. BY MRS. L. E. POOLE. In the first place, the biscuit were spoiling, and Joe knew I was making bis cults, too, for he saw me moulding them ' when the train went by, and I looked op to oatch the familiar salute from the en gine. You see I used to time my work more by the trains than by the clock, for though nro o'clock was our tea hour, there was not much use in getting It ready, when Joe might be fifty miles up the road "In the ditch," as he used, to say when he went ofT the track. Bo I used to put on the tea-kettle whem the up train went past at four o'clock, then when Joe began to ring, coming into the yard, I knew It whs time to set the table.- As I said, tea was ready, and the biscuits were spoiling; so I vibrated be tween the ovon and the window which looked toward the engine house, to catch the flrnt glimpse of Joe's blue overalls and glazed cap. I knew as well as I wanted to know that he was chatting comfortably away with Dick or Tom, about the new style of smoke st...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 January 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. AFTER THE ACCIDENT: MOUTH OF THE SHAFT. BY BRET HARTE. WflA T wsr I wsnt U fnt bnsband, sir, nn it yon re a men, sir, Yon'll give me answer, Where te my Joe f errhyn,-Jr Joea - favroovsiishlre," lit eionths e i . Blnoe we rams bete , . . BUT Ah, jrou know I Well, I am qntet , And mill, . . . Bat 1 iost stand here, i . And will I Please III he strong- If yon'll J'1"' let m Walt Inside o' that gate Till the newt come along. " Wegllgenee" Thftt was the canse ; , Butchery I Are there no laws Law to protect ench as wet Well, then t I won't raise my Tolce, There men I I won't make no noise. Only you just let me be. four, only four did he My Bayed t and the otner oneer Khf Why do they call t Why are they all Looking and coming ihla wayt What's thatr-a message! I'll take It I know hli wife, air, Ml break It , " Foreman I" Av. At I "Outby-end-by" "Just saved his life." ' Bay to his wife Soon he'll he free," Will I T-God bleu you, ' It's nut r' r ' Scribner'e Monthly. T...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 January 1873

gntgnvg gonntal. JAMES TIMMONS. Editor. OUY ESPUDL1CAN PAPER IN THE COUNTY. FIUDA.,. JANUARY 3, 1873 Pennsylvania pn. poses In amend her Constl tiitlna 10 as (it prohibit tier Judges from indiitg. ing in prstuUotis riuos upon railways, and lo permit her juries In render a valid rmdict bjr a tirv-lliiidi im rltr. The New York (Hitrttr says I "All attempts In engraft the eelibtte system nn (he chnruli nf Clod, are in U spirit nf rebellion apalnst the will of Him who sets Die solitary In families, and deelares II i nut good for man lo be olone." T Istest rejM.rted change In the New York Ti tbiim status It the selling In WuiTKLaw Hun of fifty shares by V Odtom, which puts Ukid in a controlling position. From in editorial announcement w gather that the Tr htma will support the Administration, W the Adiniuiatra tiun performs lo Its liking. Impediment to Trnyol. The condi tion of railroads sines the extensive cold weather set in, with the ad lilion of from 10 to 1 J inches of enow, has bee...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 January 1873

sstfcks gewiyskntj gfontmtl Published Erer Friday Morning by JAMES TIMHIONS. I Kit HIM t ne copy, one year, in advance One copy, six ninth.... Una enpy, three monthe t 50 1 flit 60 TIME TABLE—D. & M. Railroad. doixosouTn (oimkoitb, r.M. .m. Toledo- .U.snm .10 C tint r 3 12 4.3 3.14 4.39 Perrvab'fc- 1.14 4 Milton Koachon. 1.23 II A9iWeetnn....3.in 4.4V llnlll'ra'e 1.3.1 ll.tskins-- 1.33 Tnntnjrany 1.4 J lO.nOiTonlojrany 8 420. Oft 10.02 Haskins S 11 0.14 10.12 IliillPrairl 3 53 0.17 Weatnn S.01 1 0.2S lloachtn 4 .0 10.30 l'ijrrvsburc.4.10 10.38 Toledo 4.36 Milton Cuatar. 2.11 2.13 7.00 LIMA ACCOMMODATION. P.M. .... .. .J.lj Cuatar 4.10 Milton A.M. .fi.61 Tularin Porrmburic Rosehton-..' M ill Prairie llaskins ... T'liitnjtany Weston .. .. . Milton Cuatar .0.68 7.10; .7.50 .R.0S .8.1 2 4.21 Weston 4 .40 Tnntngany . -4.41 Raskins 6 00 Hull Prairie"- , 5.30 Iloacliton -0.00 Perrrsburp" ...0B Toledo 8.27 R.42 9.25 PERRYSBURG ACCOMMODATION. P.M. A.M ledi (I 2iT,crrrsbnrr .20 East Toled...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 3 January 1873

1873. IE January: JULY.' 8 M TW T f IS 8 M T W T F I' J 4 : 1 o! 1 1 1 111 R 4 9 10 II IH 17 IS .7 l l17jlH 1H 14'lli kfl,V2 v;i vi iir. a;i K4 ,SI a,2 no hi H7,aH 'J91il(l Hli FEBRUARY. august:. S M T W T F S .. "j 8 4 S 8 7 8 9 10 11 Vi 1,1 14 IH'HI 17 1 19 20 21 22 2H 24252UI27I28 2D, HO Hi - - - Ki ll 1J M 14 IS IS' 17 IS'lH 20 VMifi 1BARCH. SEPTEMBER. ! M T W T S T. T. 1 11 i I I I I 9 10 11 12 13 I I ir, 18 17 1S1,20VI 22 2n 24 25 2ii ,a7iaa;a 80,111 .. .. .. .. ..: S M T W T I F S " "1 5 1 i 7 8 9 10 11 12 111 14 15 IR 17; IR 19 20 2l22i2H 24,2u '2(1 27 2829 UO ...... -- APRIL. OCTOBER. M T W T F IS T F IS 1 2 3 4 5 8l 9 10!llll2 15 l'i 17 IS 111 11 21 8' 4 s 8 9 10 11 12 1:1 1V10 17 18 20 21'22 20 24 25 W 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27l2829;30i-. - 227j28298081 MAY. NOVEMBER. -- 2 a R 6 9 10 7 11 12 1814 15 111 17 18 19 20 21 22 2:1 24 25,26:27,2829,89,81 9 10 11112 18' 14 15 1B117I18 19 20 2122 2:i;2425!2t,27l2Si2Ui "I--I--I-I-I 301 JUNE. DECEMBER. S M T W T F S " 1 i o4 5l6 7 8 9...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 January 1873

Miscellaneous Reading. A HOME PICTURE. Tire mil that brief T).imhM'fl'ay, - Kim eherrlew over hilla of gray, And. flVl Hrr-led, it t noon i A mddaf light than wnnlnir moon. Blow travr-llni down the thickening Mjr It mtito and omlnnna prophecy. A polnnt iwemlntr lia thn threat, It sunk from sight before H t A Chill no coat, however ftnnt r tt rmpnn stuff, eonld qnlte annt em, W-A hr4, dull, hltrernw of cold, M thM cW.kod. mid 'ln, the clrcllnai rare Cf We-Wood In the .burpf-ned fnro, The romlnff of the xnow-Morm told. The wind blew east : we beard the ror Of ocean on hl wintry hnr. A4 tela lwi strong Pn," throbbing there Dcatwlth IbW ry'""1 Inland air, . - Meanwhile we did rnir nightly chorea Hromrhf In the wood from ont of doors,. I.ltlarcd the .'all-, and from the mowi Puknd down the herdgra for the cow Heard the hor.e whinnying for com ; , . And. sharply clashing horn on horn, ! impatient down the .lanchton rnwa The cuttle .haWe their walnnt bow.; While;, rmerlne from hla early po...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Perrysburg journal. — 10 January 1873

gn'wolntvjj gfouutnl. "JAMES TIHMONS, Editon WIT RgPUDLICAl PAPIi H TBI COUSTT. FRIP.iT JANUARY 10, 1873 WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS. CHEAP AND GOOD LITERATURE. AVe liad concluded- not to club tlie iH.'iWJlk with tmy oilier jispor tlii yenr, frill boinp. solfcftof? tiy wvoral of our old p atronar wfio foof 1ilc to take more ihn.ii one paper, to- do bo, we have perfootcd ar rangements to club with the Toledo Htmle, New York Timtn, nnd Cincinnati (Jaxelft, at Cut following low rate: JovnvAt. nnd Wfekt.y Ti.wr.e, - - $3.00 Jovrkai. and Semi-Wkfki.t TiMne, 4.2") JornsAL and Wkeki.y 7.kttb, - 3.mi Jol RKAL and Wef.kt.Y Blade, - - JV.U0 SuWriptions can communes with, any number of cither paper, find mutt be ac companied with the money. Whilo we profcr to let the Jovhsat. apeak for itiielf from week to week, we can commend tho above-three- publications n the leading papers of the country. Tittery on vndinn a cluh of hl h nrw nA'trntx-n f tie JOl'ItXAL mi l $7.o0, we trtf furnuh an trim rnpy one y...

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