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TIME TABLE-D. & M. R. R.
TIME TABLE-D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails.
Ontr S 88
Milto ."3 40
Weston i ..J 60
Ton to f aor 4.03
Hull Prlrl... - 4 19
Roaehton ...... .4 16
Frrybnr( ... ..4.t
Hat. Hid Traok.4.40
Rail Toledo 4 60
t iSIIHO tOtttB.
Toledo." " '-10 f)6
Kast Toledo, .i 1. 11.04
lUlee Bid track
I'errvaburf. .... 11.53
Roaehton 1 LSI
Hall I'mlrU II St
TIME TABLE-D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express.
Em i Twledo (.SO
Hum' Hide Tr'ck.9 3D
Cmttr. 4 48
Flail Kralri 6.31
Ktrrrehurf .... ..(.60
lUlee' Hid Track-.
East Toledo 7.10
TIME TABLE-D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express. Toledo & Deshler Accommodation.
nilitr.... .... 14
Fai'ohent ..0 40
Weeton .... 7 10
T.stngany 7 44
n-klne g 00
Hull I'r.lrie 8.04
Riv.rdal. 8 11
R.aehlnn .. ....8 30
Ttttythnrc 8 34
M.l.i SM Trsek 8 60
t Toledo ( 06
. 6 44
. . 60
Kast Toledo.. ..
R M. tnna, Prea'l, Cinoloneti.
h. Williams, Oen'l Sup't.
J. H. Waller, Ass'l Snp't, Dayton.
Calvin B. Hlnpler, Agent, Perrvabnr-.
TIME TABLE-D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express. Toledo & Deshler Accommodation. TOLEDO & MAUMEE NARROW GAUGE R. R.
Toledo J iiuo'n 6:1 5 at.
Sodth Toledo, 7:30 kU
do 10:00 du
d i 1:30 ru
do S:3l) do
' do 6:60 do
2:00 p H.
4:30 P. at.
Toledo to Waterside, 8:14 . u.
R-iuili Toledo lo Wtervill, 9 .00 a
Watsrville to Toledo, 9:30 i. . end 4:30 P. M.
S mtli Tirldo,8:30 I K
do 4:00 do
Toledo Juno'n 9rl0 4 at.
Hreet ore will ran In connertied with ell
triioe arriving and departing from Toledo,
b illi ! lUtitth n I iri-kl dHT, n'omotly .
WM. TAYLOR, President.
WM. TAYLOR, President. BOWLING GREEN & TONTOGANY R. R.
ft i rlio fjr'n, ,', 7.15 . M. 10 40 4 20 P M.
rt iwling Or'n, Ar'v.,8 14 A.M. ,12. 10 k 0.35 p H.
T mt..nr, t.ev. 7.46 II 40 a. u,,k 0.15 p. M
T .nt"K-nT. Arrive - .7 35 II i.M,,li .40 P. M.
PERRYSBURG MARKETS. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY F. R. MILLER & CO.
PERRYSBURG, December 6, 1878.
Wheat.. 90.491 Kzga NWajlSc
C-.rn V 10(1 loe 15! Kl.mr V b!5 OOffli 60
lo kIi-IUJ-- -2 410.; O.ite 20c
!.-,. I Knf ...f, 7i'flre.... 40c
P .rk V IjM Icinvereerd bo-. $3 50
H-fe. 3'( t'hieken. S .c
P lame (new ). ..60 Turkey V "(i8o
A pole V on -.15 93Ae Reanei narr-ll 40(1
Ilri.4 ppl...l C3i:;l,rd 4(38
(totter II 3l4e. Feather. .lOtfiOe
fc F. A. It El D, j lonn n. riD
I PRANK A RRID
ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW.
OlBeein II iTnn' ltl.k, Uowi.ixo Okrik.O
r. A. ICEID, ROTAHV PI It LI C.
f K.ORCiE S Tit A IN i
Attorney & Counselor at Law,
tSF" OIB' Up-Stire in room 1juining the
I. P. PRIOR, k
II. I. ATRHILL
MACKINTOSH fe AVEEILL,
ATLORNEYS - AT - LAW,
No. 4 Kinir A Colburn'e Ulock, Toledo. 43m
JOHN A. alAXNON.
Roe T t PARERM.
gllANNOl St PA IlKICK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Dlllx ! IU.iV.cyV HI. ck.
Bowtlnf Grieni Woel Countf-, O.
Uollectione Ma.lc, anil Taiea Paid.
COOK A TItOll', ( AailRK COOK.
I jm. o. TRotrp.
ATTORNEYS AT - LAW,
Ami I.uikI Agt'iiln.
"loreial altenlion fio to I lit Pencilling
Tlllfa, Parinentol Tame and Colleclioua.
Ol&ce in Oook'e lllock, I'errjreburg, O. 50
dk U. K. HOLLENUEt K,
ATTORNEYS AT - LAW,
Qenerel Colleotore end Real Estate Afcmla.
Afnte for Burial end Selling Landa, I'ajr
nt Taxee, Redeeming LandeSold for Te zee
EUIM;E KOBEIIT MILI.E11,
AT rORNEY - AT - LAW,
tOernian, French end Engliah,)
No.3S, CiAMRia op CoanKHCi, Toledo, 0.
f. R. Millrr A Co., Kzclianice Rank. Ptrrrburj.
C 'inmerci'il National Hank, Toledo.
' I'IIOS. N. niP.lt LET,
ATTORNEY AT - LAW,
All bualnee cnlruated lo bim will be faith
f allj eliende to. II
J USTICi: OF TIIE PEACE.
STEl'IIEll (II tun V
TTaa opened an Office of Jualice of the Peace
near Kred. YeaKer' Store, on Louleiana are-
ne whore all Ituaineae pertaiuing to the office
will he promptly attended to.
VW fiapecial Attention giren In Collectlona.
T. S. 3Z3XjXjZJS,
Civil Engineer & Surveyor,
e&.0fflc8 over Champney ft Shaw's
E. A. HICCINS,
Sill SiUto, Iniuraneo, Collecting ni Loan
Odlde Uouiaiana Arcoue, three door euuth
of Hefoad alrtel.
J FRANCIS HTftAIN, HI. u.
OFFICE AND DISPENSARY,
Kelt door to Geo. W, Crepe' Grocery. Keai
denee two doort eaet of Kbi-rle'i 8 hoe Hmre
A foil lino of Uiuv nod Uediciuei kept on
Office (Iouri 7 to 8:30 4. M. end IS nr. to
1:30 p.a. And tt all other hour when not
pmfeaaionallj engaged. 42n
F. H. MILLERS .
AaeM Over I'J, 000, 000.
Continental, of New York.
Hartford, of Hartford.
Home, of Columbus, 0
Imperial, of London, Eng.
RTi Rob'i McCtjxk t Town Hall to
night. Beet cWro for 12 etf. per pound, at
Kingsbury A Wilson's.
Tha bmt 25o tea ever offered In market
at A. O. William A Bno's.
Yon can aara time and money by pay
ing your taxe through roamaater Ross.
Call on E. D. Rom, Poel muter, and
let him order jour paper and magaiine
(or the coming Tear. You can ear money
by o doing.
Conductor T.C.nocsTOHwaa buried at
Cincinnati on Wednesday, the Knight
Adrertited Letter: Carrie Keppler,
Mre. Lew Miller, QotUib Mutchler, Edwin
Peter, Anton Roner, Caty Snider, Eatlian
Th pant week ha been anything but
pleaannt for out door porl. Rain, mud,
impaaenble road. Slight (reeie and fall
( now yeiterJny.
Mr. Ross, at the poatoffice, ha been
getting tip club fur all the leading new,
paper and mngaiine. Call and get price
on any patier you wih to mibucrib lor.
"Query: Why will men emoke com
mon tobacco, when they enn buy Mar.
bourg Bro'a. '5caf of Sorlh Carolina' at the
iitne price ?" 86
Inritation will btiaaued next week by
Mr. D. P. Osterhout for a grand Chrit
ma Hop to tnke place at Centennial Hall,
Cliriotmn Ere, with Supper at the Ex
change Hole I.'
The kind of weather we are now ha,
ing ia good for the Rale of ruhberboot. A.
G. Williams A Bru. hnre aold aereral
citaee llii week which ahowa that both their
gooile and price are popular.
An intereetiugdiah of Succotah,from
"Scribe," will appear in our next inane.
"Kmnbler" ha nlao leeii heard from and
ay the reader of llie Jot n.NAL may ex
ect ome of hie Jolting aoon.
Prof. Kkm.ogo organixed a Dancing
School at the American limine, South To
ledo, I iat evening. The aeliiml will open
two week from laat evening. He will
have o:tie pupi la from thiaeide.
Sorcnty-eijht . name grace the Ex
change I Intel Uugiaterfur the week ending
l.ial erening. Including the Maaon from
Defiiince thirty-aix wero fnruialied with a
very piiaHable dinner Wedneaday un one
Meaara. F. R. Miller & Co. have put
up a neul eutaide Mtnirway to their new
block, and the front room river th Grocery
depnrtineni ii occupied by Mi Mart
Ml'NOKR for her Dreae and Cloak making
The Antwerp QatMe came to u laat
week from it new fjiinrtera, in Paul. ling,
bearing iu new name, Paulding Count; Ga
tetlt, enlarged to eight page, and twelve
out of theaixteen inaide column well filled
with advertising. Sticce, Br. Osborn.
Freeh orange mul lemona, at Ki.nqs
BurtT & Wilson's.
Mr. Michael H.Kimbf.iilis will hold
a public aale at hi residence on the Way
farm, 4 mile louth of thi place, on Fri
day, 20th hint. Ho advertise all hi
lock, farm implements and liouaehold
furniture, intending to remove lo Michigan.
The general opinion of Ihoae who
have called t A. O. Williams it Bno's
tore i that they hnve the fmct and Inrg-
eat atock of good ever aliown In Wood
county, and that it would be a eh nine for
partie lo go to Toledo lo trade.
We ore pleed to know that one of our
printer i again able to give a portion of
hi time to limine, through the efficient
labor and daily and nightlv viait of a
promiaiiig young phyaician of thia place,
who alao Ima two or three other cam-a t
tended with the aame dani;eroua ariuptoinR.
t'Hpt. T. B. Terhy, Manager of the
Branch Office of the Howe Sewing Machine
Co. at Toledo, and Mr. Cmaukcy Mcrcii.
Agent and Collector, were mi laat wlr
and cloned the local ageney here under the
management of Mr.TAYiin. Capt. Terry
may locale another agent here aoon. if he
enn get a man that auit him.
ChriatmaaGonda Such na Indira' lie
and bona, kid glove, ailk handkerchief
collar and cuff, grnt'a inoquet and em
broidered ah piiers, Imliea' fi-enrh heeled
hoe and many other thing loo mimernu
lo mention are kept in large variety ar
A.U. WILLIAMS A liKO R.
Through the kindnva of Hon. (J. L.
Smeeo, Supt. of the Ohio Institution for
the Blind, we are furuiahed a copy of the
resolution adopted by the atndentaof Unit
Inalitnlion, a a testimoninl of their appre
ciation and esteem of their lute cn-worken
teacher and friend, (Ikoiiok B. Lindsay
1 tie reaoliiliuii will be found in tliia isnie.
Ciias. Peck, of the Milwaukee Sun,
tnlka etjuare to the text in the following:
"A atory ingoing the round that a Mia
Mollis Fancher, of Brooklyn, has lived
fourteen year without food, and doctor
certify to llie alory. That woman ahould
marry a country editor. What thia conn
try needs to have ia a race of people raised
up that could live fourteen veara without
food, and Molhc and an editor i the beat
croe we can think of."
You can av money by gelling your
groceries of Kl.sosnuitY & Wilson.
An exchange say: If sign don't fail'
the coming winter will be the coldest ex.
perieneed in thi country since the country
wa discovered by a man named Mr. Co
lumbus. The squirrels are laving in their
winter coal; the beaver are iiiitlinir heat
er in the bnaement of their lodges; the
bee have killed ort all Hie drone and
lined their hive with sheet iron: the
mitakrut are Hying south : wild duck are
committing suicide; the goose bone ia
black six inches deep; western editors are
soliciting wood in axchang for Ritbacrip
tiona, and poor families ra buying an
Jersey Sweet l'otatoe at KlNUSBURY
Nolle. W are requested to announce
that the Rev. T. J. Pore will preach at (he
M. E. Church on Sabbath next, at th us
For Rent. A good dwelling house, Ave
rooms, will be rented at reasonable rales,
Only few minute walk from the depot,
Inquire at residence of CKinkbeinEr. 331
Notice. I have placed my account in
J. O. Thoup'i hand for collection. All
person knowing themselve indebted to
iu can av expense by settling at once,
L. C. Wilson,
Kingnford Starch at 10 cl. a package;
at KtitosBURY A Wilson's.
a Jlasoule Nolle". The thnoal
Y eWlion of officer of Phcsnix Lodge,
VHo. 123, F. 4 A. M., will take place
at the next regular communication, on
Monday evening, lVcemi.er lOth, 1878.
All member in good tandihgar request
ed to be present. Hv order of
WM. CROOK, Wi M.
Ml A. tROWBBilxjl), Seo'r,
Lost. A gold watch charm, with cameo
eels, black on on aid and pink on other,
With a gold Masonic iqnar and com pa a
on light side. Supposed to h lost at or
neerthedrpot. The finderwill heutthly
rewarded by leating th same at thi ofUce.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CARD OF THANKS.
Ed Journal: Pleas allow ma place in
yonr paper, to return my heartfelt thank
to th good people of Perryiburg for their
kindness to m during th trial through
which I have passed.
Mrs. L. T. CLARK.
Educational Mas Meeting. An Ed
ucttional Mai Meeting of th Seventh
Congressional Dietrlct in th interest of
country school will b held t th High
School Hall at Toledo, Saturday, Decem
ber 21et, 1878.
All triend of education, especially
tho who interest are identified with
the country school, are urged to favor the
meeting with their presence. Programme
CliristmnsTree. Th Walnut St. Sab
bath School, after a couple of weeks talk
ing over th matter, liar finally decided
to have a "Christina Tree " on Christmas
night. The exerciae will constat of a
quarterly review of the lessons, recitations,
singing by th school and several piece
by the choir, Ac. This, with the presenta
tion of suitable gift for the scholars, will
undoubtedly furnish an evening'a enter
tainment that will be pleasant and insfiuc-live.
Holiday Goods,. Cap!. Cbampney.wIio
ia again going it alone in Jhe Drug buai
nes having lately purchased the interest
of hi partner, Mr. Jarvis Shaw has laid
in a fin and fresh stock of sll the latest
improvements in Holiday Tor, and other
suitable rood for parent lo make the
children and young people happy. It will
pay yen lo look at hi atock when laying
in your supplies to gladden the heart of
the children. Everything down at hard
Wllslli-t Party. The Presbyterian
Choir will hold a Social and "Wrietle1.
Party" at the Ha 1 1, on Friday eve. next, Dec.
13, the proceeds of which are to be used
for purchasing new Hymn hooks. Each
l.uly wishing a protector for the evening
and to partake of a sumptuous repast of
apples, nut, p ipcorn, oto., will provide
herself with wristlet. Admission, 15cts.
(Nut pick, etc., furuiahed by the Choir.)
The Presbyterian Sabbtli School will
give a Concert at Centennial Hall, on Sun
day eve, Dec. 15th, also a Supper at (he
same place on Christ ma night.
Frcslt Stock of Jewlcry. It is a lit
tie surprising to take a look at the accumu
lation of Mr. John Zurflcii. He bus
gradually increased hi stock until he has
hi store room filled lo ovei flowing. He ha
just got iu a fine new slock of Clocks, the
"Visilile Pendulum," eight and one day
clocks; '"Peep o' day" alarm clocks; "Nut
meg" and the "Cricket" clock, Tarrying
in price from $2.50 up to $10. He haa'alao
put in a fine stock of Jewelry, suitable for
holiday presents; also muiical instrument
and rlrine ot all kinds. If you want any
thing iu his line you ahould not fail toex
amine hia alock, as you can be suited there
Church Fall". The Fair for the benefit
of St. Rose de Lima Church, begins on
Monday next, Dec. 9th, and closes on the
following Saturday. A lively and inter
esting lime is anticipated, as some rich and
handsome articles are to be voted off.
Among them is a very elegant Lady' Gold
Watch, (American Movement) and a beau
tiful first-class Tea Sett, imported from
France. Many other articles will be dis
posed of during the Fair. Good music
will be in attendance every night. No ef
forts will be spared to make it pleasant for
nil who may attend. All are cordUlly in
vited. Admission, 15 cents; children, 10
Here we sre again! Kivosbtry &
Wilson sre selling 10 IT) hominy for twenty-five
'I'ho Central Homo.- We direct attention
to the Central House hotel card of Mr. O.
I). Hopkins auccessor Iu R. S. Iase in the
late Ix-e Home. Mr. Hopkins is a gen"
tleman of wide experience in the hotel
business, having kept the Llnnd House,
Kelly's Island, and Highland Park Hotisoi
Chicago. The late Iase House h a been
largely refurnished and ronovated in the
way of repairs, new floors, die. The new
landlady, Mrs. Hopkins, ivho hv the way
was long yenrsago a Perrysburg belle; has
her hou-e fixture arranged in the nentest
and IickI of (ante, while her table and
tuiiinc department are much praised by
gutsts, among other ex-judge Pillar, who
is a connoiffur in hotel mutter. We feel
safe iu -iyimj to the traveling public, try
cue leut:-a J I ins:. Sr-'idnei.
Trl-Slate Tencliers' Association.
The following i the programme for the
fourth regulur sesaion of the above Associ
ation, to be held in High School Hall, To
ledo, to-morrow, commencing at 10:30 A.
M. There w ill also be a special session
held there this evening for the purpose of
discussing County or District Supervision
of Schools and kindred topic :
" Pronunciation and Spelling UefoVm," Mr.
W. 1. Squire, Principal of High School,
Discussion opened by Rev. Dr. Bacon, Tole
Discussion opened by Austin George, Su
perintendent Kaluinaxoo, Mich., School.
" The First School Dsy," Mrs. Rebecca D.
Kickoft, of Cleveland, Ohio.
Discussion opened by William IT. Payne,
Superintendent Adrian, Mich., School.
" The School System of Indiana," Geoige
P. Brown, lute of Indianapolis Public
Discunxion opened by Lucius 0. Swift, Ru
periiitendenl La Porte, Ind., School.
"Piles of Goods" would be no nsme
for the mammoth stock just received at A.
Q. William & Bno's.
Mr. John II avion, of Akron,Ohio,pent
ThankegiviiiK with hi brother, Mr. N. L.
Hanson, of thi plac. '
Mr. S. P. & Mi Josik Tolman visited
the Loan Exhibition and friend at Cleve
land during last week.
Mr. D. 8. Adams, of Toledo, was in Per
rysburg, Monday, looking after th inter
est of the Toledo Comnmtial.
Messrs. E. P. Aveuill and W.J. Parks
have taken up their winter quarters iu
rooms 2 and 3 with parlor attachment
at the Exchange Hotel. The characters
ar accumulating tor the drama entitled
lb " Happy Family ."
From letter received by their friends
here, we learn that our young friend,
Charles 1dwaki Avehill, eccomp
nied by hi mother, left Brooklyn, N. Y
on Nov, 2d, and arrived safely at their
Winter home in Orange county, Florid,
alter a pleasant voyage nl one week.
Mr. Maxwell C. LaPi-In, who ha been
ens-seed a Operator at various stations on
the D. A M. Road, wa Iota ted at the Per
ryeburg Station aa night Operator On lb
lei inat., vie Mr. WILL. C. Nohton tent
Mr. N. C. West and Mr. Ira Smith
made their monthly viait over th Stone
Road on the first Inat. Mr. West ha not
Wholly recovered from hivel accident,
I itill carrying a Very lum wriat and soin
severe cr alwul III loreiiead.
Agricultural Society Notice. Tb
member of th Wood County. Agricultural
Society are hereby notified to meet st Ton
togsny, oh th lllh day of December, A.
D. 1873, at 19 o'clock A. M., and proceed
to elect the following officer : A Presi
dent and Vic President for one ytsr, and
four -Director to sefv for two years, wlins
term of office shall commence on th sec
ond Wednesday of January following.
By order of the Hoard of Di rectors.
E. B. BEVERSTOCK, Pres.
J. O. AVERY, Sec'y.
Thai 60c syrup at A. Q. Williams A
Bao'a Is just excellent.
MILLBURY, O., Dec. 3, 1878.
Allow me space In yoar paper to make a few
explanation! concerning my brother " Hypo."
t was not aware, until coming to thi plsoe, of
th disgaet aroused I the eitlteo by hia ao
oalled Imbecile literary effusion ( but sncb is
Ihe antipathy, that aooi explanation are nee
Itlaaiserted tint lilt production sr only
the atreet gossip. Well, who 1 to blame for
th town talk being recorded in th paper T If
jouhad not said it, he would nevir have though1
of writing it. To the eccusailoi that in hi al
Inainna lo personal enemies, he use lanftuag
belter befitting a bartender, than sue in h- i
sltl"n. I will bit that he eennt comprehend
the etpreeaioo of refined society. II is all
Oreek to him. It is not his elemmt. end is
unwieldy to him a the rifle wa to Kobinaon
Crusoe' man Fridav. But friends be patient,
hi ie constantly changing hi wtjs, end mny
adopt the proper mode of rxpresei'm vet. When
he made use of the enpreasiona "Will" Usilev.
" Charlie " Tcrpening, ' Teen " Treey, A I."
Bailey, ete, he did not mean any haim, but he
had not been lold that it ia only Ihe I'-westerade
of eivilitj that will allow u to apply, publicly,
to any person, a siibriqntt not iied by himself.
Of "course, in sll criticisms, there will be un
just sentiments tillered t but of all unkind
statements made, in regard to mv brother, the
one earing that he is an escaped lunalie ia, by
far, Ihe most ungenerous. 1 will state that he
wa never committed lo nv public institution.
But such i rumor, that s falsehood once started
it is eiire In grow.
The enm of the matter is this: His illness
wa caused by an apple blossom falling on hia
head a few yeara ago, which deatroyed thenrran
of veneration, ( phrenologically speaking.) (Jo
til then, ha thought that there were several
peraona who knew ae much aa he did.
Now, Mr. Editor, and all others interested, 1
hope thi explanation will qui your indigna
tion: sad with a final appeal to von to exercise
charity, I am Your in affliction,
FROM WICHITA, KANSAS.
Friend Timmons: Agreeable tn prom
ise, and to expreas thanks for the Journal
received to-day, which furnishes me some
thing lo lie thankful for, I write you. My
trip lo thi place was a very pleasant one,
stopping a I did one day in St. Louis and
one day in Kansas City, enabling me ts
make the Journey nearly all in day time.
A ride over the Wabash with Conductor
Geo. T. Clark, is always pleasant. Too
much cannot be said in praise of George,
our old friend and school mate, whose
agreeable manner and attention to passen
gers, should, as I presume il does, raise
him high in the estimation of hia employ
ers. In St. Louis I stopped at Ihe Planter'
Hotel and was well fed, a consideration ot
the greatest importance to a traveling
man. 'Visited a grent many places of int
erest in the cilv, among others the ruins of
the Southern Hotel. It looks somewhat
romantic, atnnding ns it does in llie heart
of this great- city undisturbed ince Ihe
fire, (except the stream of water on which
Kate Claxton made her escape lias been
Leaving St. Loni I took the Mi scon ri
Pacific Uoad for Kansas City, and I am
pleased to mention the fact that this is one
of the best roads in the country. The track
is very smooth, has steel rails and i bal
lasted witii stone Iho entire ditnnce. All
cars use llie air brake and Miller coupling;
the coaches arc very fine as to cabinet
work, and are furnished with reclining
chair seats, one of the greatest improve
ments of the nge in railroad travel. These
coaches are run on nil trains of thi Roud
without extra charge.
From Kansas City to Wichita the ride
is more tedious eighteen miles an hour
on a road that burns soft coal is disagreea
ble to say the least.
Arriving here I found Wichita lively
and full of business. It would make the
average Perrysburg merchant tired to look
st the trade that is gom? on here for a
single hour. It is estimated that nearly
one thousand leant visit thi town every
day, ml the receipt of wheat arc at pres
ent from five to eight thousand bushel
per dav. I will give you more facts in re-
gard to Ihe business here some future lime.
I am stopping nt the Douglas Ave. Hotel,
but make headquarters nt Charlie Powers'
Hardware store. Charlie is associated in
business with a member of the council.
Thev have two stores, one at each end of
the town, and arc doing well.
I will write you again soon and give you
a short history or the Stock market, the
auction sale of mule ami horses, the faro
bank, pool rooms, gambling dens and sin
anil wickedness generally, all of which
this cilv ha n libernl share.
Yours truly, LEWIS.
WICHITA, Nov. 26, 1878.
Scribner for December. The December
3r-iiar contain fiction by four nl the leading
American novelist, vii. : MrB.IIurnett'a' Ha-
wortli'a (the second installment, which I full
of aclinnand increased literary strength); "The
Great Deadwond Mystery," by I) ret llarte, a
eomplete story in a semi satirical vein and in
cluding oe of III most interesting scenes in
hi writings; " Aa Irish Heart," a path tic
Oldport Mory by T. W. Higginson, and the firth
installment of Mr. Uoyeaen' "h'alconberg."
The illustrations of Dr. Ilrewer'a fourth pa
per mi "Hi ra Aicliilecttire, (.he Humming
Birds) sr regarded by the nisuagei of the
Monthly a srang Ihe most exquisite cut vet
published by the Magazine. The drawings are
I usual, by Mr. Kinrdan. the engravings by
Mr. Marsh, Mr. Cole, Mr, King and other. Tl
text i written in an uiitechnical mmner and
describe many curious characteristics of A mer
ican and other humming birde. "Th ClifT
Dwellers," by Emma Cliamheilin llardscre,
vmbodie Ihe latest discoveries regarding the
ruin of the San Juan region (some of which
are situated in th rock at a height of 700 feet)
audi written under th aanction of Prufeaaor
Harden. Graphic drawings by Thnmsa Mnran
supplement the text. " Caribou hunting " ia
described in a personal narrative by Charles 0.
Ward, wlmae " Mnose-Miinllng," a year ago,
will be remembered by aporlaoiun; the author a
II. Sandham furnish Ihedrawinga. ' The Doug
lass tquirrelt ol California," haa found a friend
in John Muir, who wiile with enthiisiaain and
with rare knowledge of this litlle forest-planter.
Mr. Bollea drewi soma Indian bora using the
Douglass a a target for nrcturv prjciice
Theie ia also ski-tch of "Dora D'Wtria," the
eminent philanthropist and aoi ial writer of
Wallachia, Kith a portrait after Schiavoni,
The serials are also illnalialed.
In publio diacuieion theie are om iiinely
paper bf rsperlsi 'The National Hank t'ir.
dilation," hj I'rof. W Q.Siiraneri ''Are Narrow-Gouge
Uilroade KcS"imcai T" by l.oremn
Mi Johnaoii, an engineer who h buill boih
brod and nsirov gaugi-a, and a painter view
of "Art al the Paris Exposition," Other pa
per are " Undergraduate Life al Oxford, bv
Anslev Wilnox. ' My Look at the Queen," by
lleadwell Wahlen, and "He flaring Mhe," a
light sketch of eollege theatricals in former
dya Toem are contributed by " II. II.," L.
Frank Tooker (a new poet,) Anna Ksiherino
Green, anil Henrv 8. Cornwell.
Dr, Holland discusses "The I'rudentlal Kle
ment." " Literary Material and Tools," 1 So
cial Needs and Social l.eaiiing," In a run
nunication Mr M. S. Beach relate for the Aral
lime the wv in whick th treatr of Guedalune
Hidalgo nrigiasted, and hnw plot lo make the
Duk of Mnnlpelier Kmparor of Meaico wa
frustrated bv Preeident Polk. ' Home and So
ciety " has a second Instalment nf "Iliuta In
Young Housekeeper," and an aoaouot of "Th
Maternity Society." "The World' Woik"ha
daacrlntiona nf new ariDliaiteas- inelmlinir
"Slre.oar Motor,' "(lew Eleclrlo l.aino '
"Improved Ironing Machine," "Improvement
in making Anifioial Stone," "Aut -inaiie De
vice lor Reproducing music," (lo elo. The
fresh and carefully p epered lecnuuta la thi
dep. r.Rrtattr no v widely quoted.
Death of Conductor Itonslniu Con
ductor Houston, of th D. 4 M. Road, took
th mail train north on Monday afternon(
and was shipped bock to Cincinnati on
Tuesday morning a corpse. A few mo
ment after retiring to hi room t the
Roody House, about 10 P. M., a noise wa
heard in hi room, sounding like soma one
coughing snd vomiting. A moment later
be ran out into the hall and cried for help
saying, " My God I I shall die her alone
with no one lo help me I" Medical. aid
was Summoned, but he died in on f his
fit of coughing before a doctor could oome
to his relief. The nature of hi disease
wa hard lo determine, some of the physi
cians pronouncing it heart disease While
others thought il more of Ihe nature of
apoplexy. Th deceased wns sixty years
of age, and had been a Conductor over half
thia period. He had a wife and on child
whnresid in Cincinnati, where hisremain
were taken for Interment.
The following Resolution were adopted
by Ihe pupil of the Ohio Institution for
the Blind, expressive of their sorrow for
the denth of a dearly beloved tenclier :
In view of the and death of Mr. George
I!. Lindsay, our dear friend and faithful
leacher, be it
liuolvtd Thnt we do mourn hia loss, and
hall ever cherish hi memory.
iiVsored That from hi example of
christian perseverance and fidelity to duty
we have learned a lesson not soon to be
lUtulvtd That in our lives we shall en
deavor to allow gratitude to God that il
has been our privilege to have such chris
tian influence and so dear a Iriend.
Ruolrid That we. ss pupil of his sev
eral classc, with a deep conviction of what
we owe to his patient and thorough Instruc
tion, would here place on record our testi
mony to his remarkable ability as a teach
er and a sympathetic worker for Iho blind.
KetUvtd That we, as members of the
Philoinatbenn Society, won Id hereby testify
our grateful sense of Mr. Lindsay' ability
and energy a one of th founder of thi
Society in 18G2, and it first regularly
elected President, and also to hi value as
in active member for many years in all
duties pertaining to such membership.
Remind That we tender our sympathy
lo the family and friend of the deceased,
and that a copy of these resol ution be for
warded lo them; be included in llie min
utes of llie Society, published in the Phil
nniathesn Argrts, Ihe Ohio -Slate Journal, Ihe
Perrysburg Journal, and in the Annual
Report of the Institution.
Mil a E. Selken,
Frank Lumb, Committee.
Jas. P. Hanley, J
THE NORMAL DEPARTMENT
THE NORMAL DEPARTMENT-OF THE-
PERRYSBURG HIGH SCHOOL
Will be open for the accommodation of
all foreign student's at the opening
of the Winter's Term, January 5lh,
1879. No pains will be spared to make
thia department equal to any Normal
Schoel iu the country.
Pupils will be allowed to select any
study in the High School Course, and will
be daily under the anperviaion of the Su
perintendent in the "Normal Training
('lass. For further particulars, address
THOS. W. HUBBARD, Sup't,
THOS. W. HUBBARD, Sup't, 30 f Perrysburg, O.
FORSYTH-WHITE. At the residence
of Ui a bride's parents, on Thanksgiving
Eve., November 8, 1878, Mi. William
Fofsyth, of Sou tli Toledo, and Miss
Majy White, of Perrysburg.
Thehappy couple were the tecipient of
a muulicr of presents, snd start on life'
journey, "a one," with the best wishes of
their n any friends. The Journal returns
thanks for kind remembrance.
Apple Bit i' re Is.- I have on hand COO
o,iple barrels for sale. Gko. Weddei.!.,
Receiver Stevens Stave Co.
Wood Wanted. At the Perrysburg
M lis, for which the highest market price
wi I be paid. Jas. P. Aveuill.
lor Sale 30 or 40 acres of land $000
down, balance on 5 years' time. Will take
h g'od team, or good paper, on first pny
meit. 32tf W. J. Sciilect.
European Holel. When in Toledo
don'tfail to call nt Van Huuen's Europe
an Hotel; Monroe Street, for a square
meal It only cots a Quarter of a Dollar,
Try 't snd see for yourself. 45tf.
Until further notice I will buy White
or IUrrUak Piles' i 25, 30 and 3-5 feet long
Pilc-imuKt not be less than 14 inchesat
the butt, 12 incites in centre and 9 incite
at to) end. To be delivered on the doc
at Peiryaburg, for which I will pay cash.
9tf Georoe IJoetsch.
Pay Up or Settle.
Thidecease of Mr. P. Crankkr now ren
ders t absolutely nccesaary thnt the settle
ment nf all claims for and against the
aliox-e firm should be made, and we take
this iieaim of informing partie interest jd,
that it ia desired th at speedy, amicable set
tleniMiil be made by lliem, else n recourse
to legal process of settlement will be had.
John Ciiasker,! r.M, .
A. G. Williams, i Eeculor-
To Inventors & Mechanics I
PATENTS snd hnw to obtain them. Pamph
let of RU pagea free, upun receipt of stamp
fur Fostago. A-hlteaa
CILMOEE, SL'ITH ii CO.,
Solicitur of Patents, llox.1l,
Washington, I). O.
J NO. ZURFLUH.
Cor. Louisiana Ate.A3J si.
Keeps constantly on hand a fioe slock of
l-J jn mm
CLUCKS, JEWELIIYi Ac.
SOLID GOLD AND SILVER RINGS
Musical Instruments, &c.
Sol Agent for the Unequalvd .
SfllAFMAUSEN i SPHEROIDAL SPECTACLES
lo U old, Silver and Beat Steel Frame.
EYE GLASSES, GOGGLES, &c
r A II M E 11
Barometer & Thermometer.
Par.iculnr attention given tn Repairing . and
all Work Warranted.
To reduce Stock we offer a Large
Goods at Cost AND
Idcss than Cost!
We Suvite all in want of flood to
CALL AND 8EK US.
THIS OFFEiChOLDS GOOD
For 60 Days from Date.
WK Ml r. A SI WHAT WE WAV.
CASH PAID FOR PRODUCE
Aug. SUi r. R.MII.LEH4C0.
MUST BE SOLD.
If you are in want of any, Now is
the Tiruo to Buy.
CMS. M. NORTON,
OFFICE OF THE
51 Madison St., TOLEDO, 0-
It is with pleasure that I call yoar atten
tion to th
New Howe Sewing Machine
Which is now offered to the trade.
The world-ride reputation an long and noblj
imtained by "The Howe'" for "beauty and
pei feci ion of ennairuetlon," wilt be most fully
Bimtaliird by the New Machine.
The following are a few of Ihe most promi
11. The moat perfect feed ever Introduced
on any sewing machine.
21. An improved preaoer foot.
3d. Large, simple snd perfectly Conetrnnted
4 tli. A perfect Mmttle cnrrlrr.
6lli. Ilalance wheel on end nf haft.
fill.. Conipenxatiui; journal for driving
7th. Cnnipeiifcntlng pitmnn.
8 Iti. The moat perfect tremllR tocherever
made, lie atijiiatment i complete, hence very
light and quiet running.
Is large and roomy. In short a most beauti
ful nd perfect sewing maohine.
THE HOWE MACHINE CO.
31 DliKlUon St.,
THEY ALL WANT IT,
Recune II I a family newapaper of pure.
Hound reading for old and vming, and il con
taina a reliable and compreheneive iuuiiurv ot
all the Important Nena.
N$Ty York Ofcscrw,
TEE BEST FAMILY 1IEWSPAPEB.
rtibliahe both th religious and secular new
thai ia deaired in any familv. while all that i
liaelj to do harm ia thill mil. It devotes four
pge to religion new, and four' tn secular.
The New Vorlt OUrretr wa Ural published
In 1821; and iti believed lo be th only in
taocenf a Kuligion Newapaper Continuing It
even oourse for flOy-alx venr, without a
ohange if name, dootrine, Intent, purpose, or
pledge frm the djle uf it birth.
THE 57th VOLUME
will enntaiu (II th important new that can
interval or inairiict ; in that any one who read
il will be thoroughly posted.
We do not run benevolent institution, and
wo do not ik lor th support nf char it,. We
riropns to mke the Heat NtW'papri lint
apubliahd,ud wepropoee In sell il ss chaplv
I il can be efforded, Let lima wbo want pure,
ound, aeneible, truthful reading, subscribe for
II, and let them indue other lo do the aauie.
W r now publishing ia lb Obaereer lb
JOAN THE MAID,
by Mrs. CflsBiRI. suihor nf Chronicles of
th Hchonbuig CotU Psmilv."
We eend no Preaiiums. W will send yituths
NEW YORK OBSERVER
one year, pnat-paid, lor tS.IS. Any on end
ing with hi own (uhacrlpllon th name of
NEW ubcribers, shall hat eomuiiaaioa al
lowed ia proportion to the number eent. Fur
pellicular sa terms lo th Obrttr,
SAMI'LE COPIES FHEE.
New York Observer
91 l'urk Hows Now Varkt
CLAPP BBOS. & CO.
A VfJr.L OF -
AMERICAN S mEM WATCHS.
LARGEST STOCK 1 1 LOWEST PRICES I T
nCAl LCRQ f SEND Fon-catalogue ir
UEHLLriO i Please Call When in the City;
ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT & CAREFUL ATTENTION
101 State Street, CHICAGO.
rfV, i: - "' .. I "--
' ." i S-.i
and more, by buying machine tbut will
(liberal Term to Agent.
Scad for Circular.
-l .?. Kif.i.li
last yon a liio time, and that has all theJ
.11)9 ADD 201 WABASH AVK.,
Cor- Adum Bt-, Chicago, 10.
k -.n. ,i -r - v zr . a
ANY person wiahing to purchaa good
furma, either improved or unimproved, in
well settled portions ol Kansas, can obtain
them by calling no us. Unimproved lands
from f 1.00 to 15.00 per acre, according tn loca
tion, and improved farms from $7.00 u $20. Od
per acre, according to iinprorpmnts.
K. & 1). K. llot.LMBEOK.
Perrysburg, O., Oct.25lh, 1878.
Cutting, Fitting, and Dress Making
Prices to suit the time. Please call atresi
denceon Railroad streat.opposile the Stare Fac
tor r. lx
J. V. NEWTON,
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary College,
Offers his service to the owners nf stock in
South Toledo, Perrysburg and vicinity, and
may be eon ul ted on (I I disease of horses, cat
tle, etc., every Tuesday at Coffin's l.ivery
Stable, South Toledo, from 9 tn 10:30 A. at.,
and at Eschangs Hotel, Perrysburg, from 11
a. a. to 1 r. il. Suigical operation profea
ionlly performed and
SATISFACTION GI AIIAMTEI.D.
Charges are Moderate.
J.V. NEWTON, V. 8.,
24l Toledo, O;
People Afe getting acquainted and (Iiom whtf
ax not ought to uo with the wonderful merits ol
that great American Remedy, the
FOR MAN AND BEAST.
Thin liniment very liRturally orlinfttpcl In Anwrf
ea, whero Katurft proIile..n hot lalwrHtory micb
urprUhiff nntldntcs for tho muludie of horchll
dreo. Its fame ha bct-n nirrading fur 35 yoar,
until now U encircles t ho habit able globe.
The Mexican Jlustflii-; Lluluiont Is a mnteliliw
remedy for all external ollments of niannml lcut.
To stock owners nml farnivrs it lv Invaluable.
A slnglo bottlo often paves a human lifu or re
store tho utefuluess of tin excellent bono, ox,
cow, or sheep.
It cures foot-rot, hoof-sll, li.MIuv. horn, gruh,
screw-worn thoukler-itt, r.uittK4 thu MtM auj
Stings of ixilsonouartfl.tlU-ir.iiil insert, ami every
such drawback to stock. brM.Un and buh life.
It cures every externol troub. c f iDrwn, i wh
us lame u o scratchcj, swlnny, Kjrrulim, fuuudr,
Wind-ffnll, rln; Imr.e, etc., etc.
TUq Jtcxlccar.u.tang Unlmrnt f ih quickest
cure in tho world f-r accidents creurrlug in the
family, ta the absence of n hylelan, such as
burns, scalds, sprains, cut, ete., and fur rhftima
tlsm, and stiffness cnrcudcrcd by exposure. Tar
ticuiarly valuablo to Miners,
It Is the cheapest remedy In the world, for It
penetrates the nuacte to tho bono, and a sUikI
appllcatlon U generally sui.lclcnt to cure.
lie i lean Mustang Llulmcut put up in three
iscsot bottles, the larger ones twin?; rroportiotv
fttel touch tho cheapest. tMid everywhere.
bnitinPKA yon cth enpspe in.
$5 tu $2i) per rtay made bt
n.r worker of either se, right
in iboir own lnoalittes. rartlctitsri snd sam
ptcs tturlh $5 Ireo. Improve yonr spate time
al this business. HTlNiUf A Co., I'orllmid, Xle.
S olar Oil Portrai ts !
Ill US. RI. A, '1IIOKKTUW
IS NOW fully prepared t mute the SOLA II
Oil. PORT It ITS Ir.nii ci.ininun iilinti. In
lifesise. Scnu'llilnR new and lieauiilul. She
is len prepared In mike I'KAYONS nf all
ise. t'leaae Call and examinu specimen.
Ilotiste ami Lot I'or Kiile,
She ie also itent fur and will selll at a sao
rifle. tli liuuee and lot N. on Kifili St.,
the property of It. A. Nirhola, for which ,
good warrant J deed will lie imu. The houa
haa been put in fund repair, la tare eiinutr
for three fauiiliea lias nerer failinir well an'1
a (nod ci-tern. Parties wiahinu In bin ahuiil
not fail toeaawiu llii propcii aud ft ihe
II. A. Usmilton, 11. E. Pact F.R.UlLLK
Ooyernmen ISecm llief Gol 1 A F.x
elm n g e Doug la t a n d S ol d .
aeceivssDepos Its, Make t Loans andDl
Foreign Passagt Tickets & Revenue Stamps Suit!
Solicit eeounti from lluslRie
.Hen and Other .
O II EAP
We own and C'.ntinl the Itaihvar land
TREGO COUNTY, KANSAS, about equally
dirided by the Kansa Pacific Railway, which
wa are Bulling at ao arerage of $3.25 per aoi
on easy leriiis of pajment. Alternsto section
of frorernnient IudiIs csn be taken as home
stead by actual settler.
These land lie in the OP.K AT LIMESTONE
DGI.T of Central Kansa. the beet winter wheat
producing dim rici of the Uniitd Suites, yielding
from 20 to 33 Ituhhel prr Acre,
Tne areraee yearlj rainfall in this county I
nearly 33 tui'lie per minimi, one-thiid
preater than in the much-ettolled AhlSKSa
Villxt, which has a yearly rainfall of let
than 23 indie per annum io the same long,
Klook-llmsinc and IVool-Gron inp sis
rery RciiiniicrHtive. The w inters are short
and mild. Stock will live all the year on grar-al
liiying Streaois and Springs are numerous.
Pure water ia I'ouud in wells from 20 to 60 feet
'I'll ellpnltliieatrilmnte in Hie World
No fever and ague there. No muddy or impss'
sable roads. Plenty oHine building stone, lim
and ssnd. These land are being lapidly set
tied by the beat class or Northern and Kastein
people, and Will o appreciate in value by II.
improvements now being made as lo make their
purchase at present prices one in inc very Deal
investment that can be made, aside fri m th
profits to be derived from tin ir cultivation.
Member of our Arm reside In W A - KEEN KY,
and willshow lands st sny time. A pamphlet,
giving lull information in regard tn soil, cli
mate, water supply, &r,, ill be seut Irr 00
requt'Bt. Add rets.
lOO l-ui titirn St., I'lilraBO
Ol V n-Kei ne j ,Trpo Co., Kiinsas.
A'ihNTS Vi'AK'liiU. We are hetttliinarterrt forChro
un)t, Iovi-Sinis, cud bofitpollii'M iiH'Ua iutnti world.
f malutfiiMfrc?. B. L.THOItPVACQ..(MeTcUnd.X
L3 A I D),.?.
Thh stnndnnl article is compouinl
od vvilli (!io greatest caro.
Its effects arc as woiklcrful anil ns
satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or fatlcil hair to its
It removes nil eruption, itcliing
and (lamlru.T. It gives the licail a
coolltic;, sootliinij eensation of grent
comfort, ami II. a scalp by its use
becomes tvltlto nr.il clean.
lly its tonic properties it restores
tho capillary glaiuls to their normal
vie01" preventing baldness, and mak
ing the hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing has beca
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assaycr
of Massachusetts, says, "The con
stituents are pure, and carefully se
lected for escellent quality ; nnd I
consider it the Best FittPAttATiow
for its intended purposes."
Price, One Dollar.
FCR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may bo
relied on to chango the Color of tho
heard from gray or any other undesir
able hhado, to brown or black, at dis
cretion. It is easily applied, being in
ntie preparation, and quickly and cf.
foctually product a permanent color,
which tvill neither rub nor wash oft.
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