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TIME TABLE—D. & M. R. R.
TIME TABLE—D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails.
Cuitar 3. IS
Hsskin 3 47
Hull Prairie 3.49
Prrybrg. 4 03
East Taledo 4 JO
East Toledo 11.0
Hull Prsiri 11 11
WtitoB.. 13 01
TIME TABLE—D. & M. R. R. Cincinnati, Toledo & Detroit Mails. Dayton & Cincinnati Express.
Collar 30 , Toledo
Hilton 9 23
Westua 0 30
Riaobln .10 00
Baat Toledo- 10.25
Eaet Toledo 7.23
Datea' Side Track. 7.33
Hull Prairie. 7.67
Weaton 8 22
Custsr. 8 33
Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express.
Cnetar 3 II
Miltoa 3 14
Weaton 4. 23
Hatkins. 3 47
Hull Prairie 3 9
R'laehlon. 3 it
IWtaa' Sida Track""
Raat Tuled 8.25
Raat Toledo 10.35
Hull Prairie.' -II 08
Ooatar .11. 45
Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express. Toledo & Deshler Accommodation.
Toledo.. 6 OO
Raat Tnledo 5 10
Mate' Side Treek 5.23
. t it
Date Side Track 8 50
Keel Toledo 9 10
T.iledo 9 20
Tt. H.Snosmiis, Prei't, Cincinnati.
L. William. Oen'l Sup't.
J. II. Waller. Ass't Snp't, Da J ton.
Will. O. Nurtoa, Agent, Prryborg.
Detroit, Toledo & Cincinnati Express. Toledo & Deshler Accommodation. COLUMBUS & TOLEDO R. R.
THE DIRECT AIR LINE FROM
THE DIRECT AIR LINE FROM TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM SOUTHERN
and NORTHERN MICHIGAN to CENTRAL
AND SOUTHERN OHIO.
Taking Effect Jan'y 1st, 1880.
-Thre Paasenger Trains daily (except Sun
day,) aa fallow t
SOI' Til BOt'ND.
hunt lhX t Em. Eenrf. Fr't&Ae'n.
TOLIDO--.-10.40 A. M. S.iir. M. 11.15 T.U
Pnetoria. 1 2 03 t. at. 7-18 do
f!arr. 12 34 da 7.49 do
OdaadaskylltS so 8.10 do
Marina 1 44 do 9 04 do
Delaware'.'. 3 3t do 9 62 da
Cnlarabaa- 3 30 do 19 45 da
Ciaoinnail 8 00 do f.30A. at.
lo'ttiaTiile .12 34 A. lUi do
Parkerab'g- 5 00 do 3.28 P.M.
Marietta 5.33 da 3.43 du
1.03 A. M.
3 II do
9 50 A.M.
3 00 P.M. fU.lt
2 55 p.m. MM do
t Leave Sooth Depot
Through Coacher between detroit
& Columbus on both Express Trains.
U S. k M. 8. Traina from Detroit, and Main
and Air Line, F. & P. M. end Jackano Iraina,
arriving in Toledo, make eoaoection with tbe
l Exureaa traina which leaf e tbe Columbua
h Tnledo Railroad Depot the Ooiaibiia Line
making the transfer from Union Depot in twen
Direct connectlone made In Uoion Depot at
Colambae for Newark, Zaneavllle, Pittsburgh,
Wbeeliag, Baltimore, Washington and Phlla-
aeiaaia, alao ff Usytnn, uiactnnatl, leute
eille. ead all points Smith and 8uthwcat.
Pullmaa Drawing Rnnm and Sleeping Care
from Columbua to Baltimore, Waahiagtua and
rnitarelpliia, without cliaoge.
Traina will arrive and depart from Toledo at
Columbua and Tolede Railroad C'ooipanj'a De
pet, Water Street, foot of Mulberrj,
W. H. H ARRISON-, Oen'l Ticket Agent.
OBLAMI) SMITH. Oeo'l Sap't.
M. M GREENE, President.
Toledo, Delphos & Burlington R. R.
TOLEDO DIVISION. Took affect Wednesday. January 21, 1880.
8 It a. m ....Paaeenrer 8 15 a.
It 4 a. .... Paaa. end Freight... 3 30 p. m
lit p.m.... Paeaeuiter ..........1! 40 a. m
3 43 , m....Peeseoger t 00 p.m
TJ8 a. m....raaeenger . .... 8 47 a. m
It 08 a. m.... Pas, and Freight .. 4 02 p. m
1 38 p. m....PeeMger.. 12.12 p
. 1.23 p. a....Paaeoger ..... 6.33 p.
T 3t a. ia.... Paaeenger. ......... 8.55 a.
100 a. m...Pea. and Freight... 4.10 p.
1.30 p. aa Paaaeuger 12. 2t p.
3.15 p. m....Paaaeoger t.40 p.
4 45 n. m....Paaeneer 24 a. m
S.30 a. m ... Paaa. and Freight.. 4.40 p.
8.Toledo,9.0t A M. Miami 9.05 Toledo 9.35 a m
de 4 00 P.M. do 4.05 da 4 35pm
Toledo, 41 a. m. da lt.lt S.T'ledol. 15 M
do 6 40 p.m. do 3.30 do 5.35 P.M
Train at"p on aignel at the following Sia
tinna : Aaylam, Four Milo Lock, Meringn, Je
rome, Preeque late, Hulcbinaon.
Htrert car will rnn in connection with all
traiua at Toledo. Fare to and Irom Toledo will
include Street car fare.
G. G. GRUND, I. H. BURGOON.
Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Sup't
Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Sup't BOWLING GREEN & TONTOGANY R. R.
Howling Or'n,eaee,7:00 A. M. 10:40 A 5:30 P.M.
lliwling Or'n, Ar'ee, 8:35 A. M. 12:20 8:35 P..M
Tnatogeny, Leave, 8:15 12:00 M..A 8:15 P.M
Tontnganv. Arrive "7:20 11 A M a 6:40 P. a,
W. A. IINICBOTIB.
OCT. 0. MlAaiNQ.
DENSCIIOTER & NEAnlNG,
Offlo over S. L. Boughton'a Store.
42 Dowling Green, Ohio.
JAM o. TKorr,
COOK & TROUP.
ATTORNEYS AT - LAW.
Mr.Tn.ua will beat Perrvabarg Meadaje
and Saturday. On other da at Uowliug
-OBEItr 8. PAHKEII,
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW,
Office, Front Rooms Over Haukey Brot.
Itawllng- Orteat Waad Catr,0
Boome formerly oocapled by D. W. a. Day.
Attorney & Counselor at Law
rVOntea la room above 0. A. Crept' Dry
Good Huire, oor, Louiaiaaa Ave. A Second St
p A D.K. HOLLENI1ECK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
QaaeralCollaatora and Real Eetata Agent.
a mmtm tr 11 viae and Sal line Landa. Pa
ag Tan, Redeeming Land Sold for Teiei.
riLLAHS tk FILLAH9,
tr-Will altead promptly te allbealaot en
raited to their ear ib Wood, Sentc tnd ad
aiaieg aoanti. w
Kotloeto Contractore-Coonly CommlialotMr.
A full lint of liuwer at Hct'i.
It I tlit croauat club that I all unlit
Soma mittert prepared for lb! laaut
ar crowded orar to our nest.
Bird cage, at IIont'.
Freali alock of ciaara. fruit and con
fectionery at tlit " Little fitor on the Cor
ner." Uo into 'Camp' there.
The Sabbatli School of tli Firat Pre.
byterian Church will be lield at the uiual
time and place on Sabbath nest.
Whips, eery cheap, at IItjnt's.
Why will people tmoke poor cigar
hen they can buy " Conqueror " for the
aam money. J. Wetzel A con.
All the department of our public
chool were let to work again on Monday,
and the Ha man ia happy once more.
Mr. Chablm Grows had tlia mlafor-
tone to loae another ol li ia little boy,about
8 year of eg, from csrlct fever, on the
Builder' hardware, at ITcnt's.
From report from all quarter it ap
pear that Decoration day wa more gener
ally obaerved tliia year than upon any for
Every mother-in-law tlionld recom
mend Dr. Bull' Baby Syrup lor her grnnd-
children and tliui keep peice in the fam
Shovel, apidea, hoes, rake of all kind
It eem to be generally understood
that tli Toledo June Festival commencee
at Sasngerfeat Hall on Monday eve., next,
and tliat it i tj be a grnnd affair.
The ladies of Walnut St. Church hold
their next Socinl at the Leaf House, with
Mrs. White, on Thursday eve. rest.
Strawberries and cream will be served.
For all kind of hardware. HUNT
Correspondents aliould not write upon
paper wider than a No. denvelope. Otherwlte
it cover too much of lha ease containing cap
ital, and encourages profanity among compos
itors. The Postmaster General hat ordered
that all peraon receiving mail mailer
under fictitious name shall be identified
at the postoSice before the mail it de
If you want the beat range in the mar
ket, you can get it at Hunt's.
A correspondent of the Flag claim thai
the railroad from McOnib to Desbleris a fixed
fact, and by tb 27th of July the entire line
will be open for buainesa, and suggest a grand
jubilee upon that occssiou.
Mr. Charles Sisson showed us a very
neat little model of ratchet wrench and
Irill combined, which he atarted on that
day for the patent office nt Washington,
ith an application for a patent.
Scythes, snaths, horse pokes, cradles,
rakes, grind stone, at Hunt's.
-It is not always perfectly safe to
ooth the Baby with opium preparations
but vou can slwsy rely on Dr. Bull's
Baby syrup; it containa nothing inju
rious. I'nce zo cent a Dome.
There ia one public gathering that
nclement wen Iher never effects. Wenllude
to the voting boobies who gather in front of
church doors niter evening services to stare
at the congregation ss they come out.
-Wire, for acreen doors, is kept by
Hunt. Alo1ocks and trimmings forsame.
Owing to the preparations In progress
last Friday for Decoration the nest day.
the audience to Mrs. Hatfield's lecture
were o small that the lectures were post
poned to some more auspicious occasion.
Remember that you can leave on the
6 A. K. train on the D. & M.B.oad and take
in the Columbus Excursion over the Co
Inmbus A Toledo Road and return on the
10:54 F. m. train to your homes. It ia a
cheap and delightful excursion.
To buy the celebrated stove of Mich
igan Move Lonipanv ol Detroit, go to
Findlay JirpubUca : People are warned
to look out for a young man calling himself
LarlaniW, who hss been victimising the eiti-
sens of Van Wert sod other placee b v obtaining
their ware for the purpnee of re-platinr. in
eome places collecting the coat in sdvance. It
is charged mat tie fans to retnra too war.
-For all grades of Dress Goods, all
shade and colorings, the ladies will End
it te their advantage to inspect the mam
moth stack at Messrs. Neuhadsel Bro's
217 and 219. Summit street, Toledo.
Their line of Caihtnere I unsurpassed
in the City.
Don't forget that Hunt keep every
thing kept by hardware dealer, which he
will sell cliesp.
The Dayton A Michigan R. R. shops
at Lima have become noted for the excel
lent quality and their capacity lor turning
out work. They have Just completed one
of tbe lsrgest and finest engines yet put
upon the road, numbered 74, and winch
is intended for fast pasaenger train
Messrs. Pierce and Wilcox, Commie-
sioners of Wood and Lucas counties, hnve
been appointed by the Joint Board to sell
the jub of taking down the old bridge and
the letting of tlm contract to relay the
abutment on the Wood county aide. Dnte
and plnce of sale is given in tiur advertis
Go to Hunt's hardware store In Per-
rysbure, if you want to buy nails, glaas,
and, hardware. He eel la cheap.
W learn that Mr. B. F. Smith, of
LeMoyne, Troy twp., died at hi residence
in that place at 10 P. u. on Tuesdsy, 1st
nst. Mr. S. had been a sufierer from in
flammatory rheumatism for some time.
Mr. Smith was about ii years ol age, and
leaves a wife and two children to mourn
Minister and other who solemnise
marriages should be particular and return
the certificates showing that the marriage
has been performed, so that a complete
record mav be made. 1 hose who fail to
make return within three months afier the
roarriare is performed, violate the law
and are liable to be lined $50 in each
Clothes wi Inner, white wash brushes
scrub bruxhes. brooms, pails, wiuh boards
tuba, Ac, at Hunt's.
Mr. D. D. Bates commenced hia la
bora on Tuesday in taking the enumeration
of Perrrsburg township. He found one
youag lady, 17 year of age, the daughter
of Peter Eona, who sat down to a table
and gave him the nsmea of eleven child
ren filial being the number in the leoiily
aae. date of birth, etc., as fast a he could
write them down, and without consulting
any authority except her own memory
Mr. B. I of the opinion that not another
girl in the Slate, aid or young, csn accoui
plish sucli a let.
Br the aid fashioned telephone wt
learn that an aged minister of the gospel,
who live lea thin a thousand miles from
here, is the victim of a plessanl little Joke
for which he alone is responsible. He went
to Hsskin to preach to a congregation
there, and being somewhat tired laid down
and took a short nap before the hour of
service. Awaking Just in time for aervic
he arose, put bi light tumiuer coal on, in
aide out. and want into the pulpit and fin
ished his sermon before the uiUtake wa
discovered. The Joke was too good to be
confined and leaked out.
If you want tht beat coal oil stores In
the market Hunt, at Perryabnrg, keep
them. Give him a cnll. All stoves war
ranted or no tale.
W dropped in a moment last ave-
ing to e the improvements being mid
In the interior of the Walnut Street
church. The seats and wood work ar
painted a dove color to correapond with
the paper that ia being put upon tht
walls, and all will be completed tliia see
ing, when we win aety anyone to rec
ognize the edifice ts the one that stood
there a year ago. X lie work I being
on by Mean re. Morton & oon, ol
edo, and ia a creditable pleee
The usual services will be held there on
Strawberry FettlvnL The Ladic Aid
Society of the M. E. Church will give a
Strawberry Festival at the church parlors
on Wednesday evening next, June 0th.
AH are cordially invited.
Masonic Ifotlce. All members in good
standing of Phoenix Lodge No. 123, F. &
A. M., are requested to be present at the
next regular communication, Monday
O. BLACKMORE, Sec'y.
Death ol Edson Golt. Epson Goit, Sr.,
sn old resident of Bowling Green, and proba
bly the oldeat attorney in Northweatern Ohiot
died at his residence in that village nn Kundny
morning last, si tsr a protracted illness, aged
72 years. Mr- Go it hid held the position of
Jostle of the reace of Center township lor a
number of years psat snd wss highly respscted
throughout tbs county.
Forty Acre of Lund fur Sale- The
northeast quarter () of the southesat
qunrter (J) of section thirty-two (32), in
fractional Township nix (6) of rouge eleven
(11) situated in Middleton townahip, Wood
county, Ohio. Call on or nridrer.s,
.LEWIS M. JIUNT,
tf Perrysburg, Ohio.
Advertised Letters The following let-
tare remain unclaimed In the postofBcs st Perry -
burg, O., forth month ending June 1, 180:
Dolls Drown, Jacob Booth,
Emma Chubb, Sanford Fleming,
Jainea Fox, Mary Bendrlck,
W.H. Jonea, Attorney, Lawrence Murray,
Famey O'mark, Kev. Thomas Owen,
William H. Fears, William Kyan.
Wilton Sweet, John Whitener,
Parttea calling for any of the abovo letters will
please say "advertised." Elbsrt D.Iton,P. M.
Tornadoes. A severe tornado swept
over Swanton, Lucus county, Liberty town
hip, Henry county, and York and Swan
Creek townships.Fulton county, on Sunday
morning last, doing a considerable amount
of damage. Some buildings were blown
down, other unroofed, and orchards, for
est trees snd fences were leveled with the
ground. It covered about a quarter of
mile in width and laid waste everything
n its course. Ho person was killed or in
urcd so far as we have learned.
Cincinnati, June 2. The cyclone Sun
day night carried sway a house and a msn
named shepherd, near cnleni, O., aud no
race of it lias since been found. Mr.
Royses' house wns torn to pieces, nnd Mr.
Welkin's house thrown downsnd set on fire.
Mrs. J. M . IIistb stsrted nn Saturday fur a
Visit with relatives at Ann ArDor.Micu.
Mr. FaiNK Stowill stsrted on Mondav for
Boston, to see h is Ma and other relatives.
Mrs. WiLtlaM SnarLia and babiea, nf Lima,
s spending the week with relative and friend
Jlr.CHti. W. Mosxs. of Cleveland, dropped
o to see bi Perry sburg friend on Tueaday
Mr.snd Mr. J. FT. Hmtt.TOM, and danchler.
of Tnledo, wer th guests of airs. L. C. Loci,
Mia Miav E. Baacn. teacher in ths schools
at Chattanooga, returned borne last week for
her Bummer vacation.
Mr.snd Mrs.C. A.Rssn, nf Albany, jr. T.,
are the guests of Mr. J. K. Tn.in, and ws
lesrn intsnd to remain in th Burg duriug tbe
Rev. R. IT. Chubb, ef Perryabnrg, officiated
n Lliler Itarmeunta absence, at the M.fc.
Quarterly Meeting held at this plsce Isst Sat
urday and Sunday. DtMer Flag.
Visitors frnm Perrysborg spesk in the high
est terms of Ihe eloquent snd pstriotie sditress
delivered by Rev. Mr. McOune, of this eilv, st
that place, on Decoration day. Toledo (Water
Hon, Asber Cook, of Perrysburg, will lecture
in tbe Cnngregstinnal Church at Millgrnve, on
tbia ( Friday ) evening. May 28th. The lee urs
is free, snd is ssid to bs so excellent one. Sub-
jeer, bis travuls in Europe. 'mforia lie vita.
Mr. F. L. AxTXL.of the Toledo public schools,
esms up on Friday night in a liirht summer
suit, to rsmsin over auodsv. ue round it
necessary to borrow some wrapt from his
gentlemen Iriends ia order to circulate among
bis old neighbors.
Mr. N.C. Wist, Supt. ol Stone Road, was
in town Wednasday night, in the capacity of
paymast r. It Is moat probable that he leu
conaiderable mora Dinner for repairs made on
thia end of the road during the past two or
three weeks than be collected from toll during
lb past month.
Jr.D. JOURNAL : fleaae announce in your
paper that the name of John W. Browns
BEROER will be presented at the Republi
can County Convention to be held June 24.
1SS0, as a candidate for iheonice of bherifi,
Ed. Joubhal : " Nsws Is sksres " with us
st present. Fsrmers ars very busy with Ihsir
spring work, eoosaquently it is very quist in
Tbs adoption of Olaey'i series of arithmetic
into our school, I a topic nf great discuuion,
greet maor do not think tbey are able to
buy new book. But tbay bar been adopted
by the board. Th board at a recent mealing
engaged tb service of th following three
teachers, vis t Mr, Mc3rery, ss principal,
Miss Melxker intermediate teacher, and
Mias Snow fur the primary deparlmeut.
Th Knight of Honor srs talking of organ
isiog a lodge bare. Msxl Friday sreuiog is 1st
rwctiolaa. Defying baa bought John welgana's
loon snd will comiueucs slinging beer
Dr. A . P. Meng and family snd George Web-
arer snd family who moved from this plsce to
n illisms county a year er two ago talk or re
turning. The Dr. has many frieuds in this
plsce who will giv bim s hearty welcome
vhnst. Martin and wit ar apsnaing
week in Rockv Ridxe.
Ths new Slavs fantnrv has Been stesming up
a little, lately, and will verv likelv eeoieaanee
Millbury, June 2, 1880.
Mr. Emma Mkrrt. wife nf John H
Williams, of Newport, Ky., Monday
morning, May 811, 188U.
The deceased wa the yonngeit dangh
ter of S.Merrt, Esq., and left her home
a little over one year ago a happy and
beloved bride, full of hope and with the
good wixhe of hosts of friend who had
known her from childhood. Her body wa
brought home for burial by her hunbnnd
whose heart ws aliuoat broken by the
saddennesa and greatness ot the calamity
which had overtaken him. All that love
could do to rob the affliction of It power
wss done, and mother and child were laid
away to real in a grave graced with flower
and tilled Willi evergreens.
Mr. W. wa in her 27lh year when ahe
fall aaleep. Many who have lived longer
have failed to gain what ahe had aecured
by her beaulifuilife, and which a boat ef
women and loving friend who felt her loss
a a personal aflliution. "
The funeral servicea took place at th
reiidenc of the father at 3 o clock T. H
Tueaday, Kev. U. A. Adam officiating,
and waa attended by a large circle ol ayui
Building Stone. Those desiring to
purchase a good article of building stone,
will do well to rail on C W, Norton at
the quarry, near Lime City, or leave or
der with Chester Norton, at the Ex
change Hotel. 7tf.
GRAND RAPIDS ITEMS.
Ed. JocwNat, i-J. If. Tanlia received by ca
nal boat Otorjia 8 tons of ics last Sunday.
Th Whitney Family gsv in satsruinmeol
lo Iowa Isst Fridsy night, to a large audience.
Every on " laughed snd grsw fat."
Capt. Jno, McKay, a farmer living about half
way between this plac and Wtaton lost s fine
yesr old Msmbrino patohen thoroughbred
mare a short time sine. 1300 would out bar
Frsnk Stockan, of Tontngany,! over here
belling oor a. lie (helled out Shank's, then
Oillell's and is now at Kerr'a.
The Mttrofolit Is now busy esrrylng grain.
Dr. Holler, of this placs, and Dr. Darrisna
ef Napoleon, went out in the country this after,
noon to remivs a tumor from a boy' foot.
Th health of th people, generally speaking,
is good, ear a good many caa ef mumps.
Our citisuns, with ths Ilond Post, G. A.R.,of
this place, dsoorated tbe soldiers' grsves si
BesverCreek Cemetery last Saturday foreaovo.
Tbs programme wa kbout ss fullowss
1. Prsrer bv Rev. Jus. Lung.
2. Musis," Rad, White aad Ulue," by D. C.
i. eilrewing lbs flownrs,
4. Ilusic Diige by Baud.
6. Oration, L. D. Heller,
t. Musio by Uand.
8. Musio, " Sweet Bys sud Bye," by Bsnd.
10. ilusic, Quickstep.
Everything psssed off niejly j musio by th
baud was eicell. ul.aa also ihe addreia by L.
I). Heller. 1 am sure I would be stile in say
ing it wss among ths best delirertd in Wood
county. It touched every soldier to the hesrt,
snd made erery msn feel like a though he
ought to b a soldier.
The ring of the maaon'i trowel is now heard
on Jena Peuglis new brick building. He ex
pects to hare it done by tho Fourth of July, II
brick can be obtained readilr.
Scuttle has a pair of clippers and all ths
Dots srs celling their hesds ahaeed close.
We hare had plenty of raiu up here, but far
mers say It wasu'l too much.
A fsw nights sines Contractor Breen, white
absent Irom bis cook ahanty on tbe north aide
ol tbs river, had hia pocket buok with 8S sto
len. They trscksd the thief to the road that
led to Weston, aod set U. S. Deputy C. C.
Starling on hislrsrk. Sterling "took him in"
within a balf mils of Wsaton. Ths thiof was
brought bsck snd discharged. Be has aerved
out a term in the Penitentiary and should serve
out soother for this trick.
Mr, Kabons, Ihe cobler, hss wsnt out several
eveninga in succession aod bruugkl in a nice
catflsb every time. Now ia the time for Ball'
uabmg party te put in their hooks.
June 2, 1880.
FROM SCOTCH RIDGE.
Ed. Journal: Owing to a rush ef bu-
iness and the usual hustle and bustle so
common at this lime f the year I have
found no time to write up the local occur
rences from this place for some time, but
will endeavor to more regularly appear in
your column with fresh batches of new-
Since 1 last wrote you George Diumhcl-
er, an old and respectable citizen of tin
place, passed to his eternal home. Mr, D,
had reached the lomewhit advanced age
of 78 years.
A very sudden death occurred on Satur
day, the 29th, a Mr. Barnes, an employee at
the saw mill ef M. A. Brown A Son, in
this township, died of congestive chills-
He worked around the mill on Friduy and
n the evening complained of not feeling
very well and told hi wife that he would
leep on the lounge that night. His wife
upon going to him in the morning, found
him In a very alarming condition and ran
for a neighbor to come to his assistance,
but before they arrived he had expired.
Allen Canfield, who has for a yesr pas
been in delicate health, is thought to be
a!t ripening for the grave. Mr. C's ca?e is
a peculiar one. Medical men have been
unable lo definitely decide on the nntiire
oi ina amiction. it wss supposed at one
time that his stomach contained a iizzard
and in fact the symptoms showed such to
be the case, but lately lie has been treated
for dropsv with somewhat favorable re-
ult-i. Mr. Canfield's two daughters from
Waterloo, Ind., are here in attendance nt
their father s bedside.
The U. P. Church has received a pretty
thorough repairing in me way of kitlso-
mining the wnlls and ceiling and re-ar
ranging the aeata, with the addition of sev
eral new ones, together with a thorough
jot) ol graining ot the internal parts and a
new suit of isle carpets. 1 he building has
been made to look very inviting and apeak
well lor the committee who superintended
the work aa well a the citizens generally
who contributed so liberally to the fund
necessary to accomplish the same.
The Sidney Presbytery will meet at this
place the 8th of June, fur the purpose of
installing tie v. John L,. Caldwell as pastor
ot mi congregation, itev. Ualilwell is a
young man of fine education as well a
unusually good mental faculties; hnssnlcn
did eloculionsrv attainments and speaks
ith a power of logic seldom attained bv
men of his sge and limited experience,
this being his first year of labor as a min
Farm prospects are most brilliant in this
locality. There is being a laige acreage
of corn and onts put out thia Spring snd
the present outlook for wheat is verv fair.
Small fruit promises an abundant vield.
Peaches the same, while present prospects
for the apple crop are not ao flattering.
Potato bugs have put in their appearance
in numbers like uuto the sands of the sea.
Mr. Will S. Troup, a few weeks since
launched out upon the matrimonial aen of
trouble, found the nets sie for hi broken
rib very beneficial. Will ami his fnir
young bride are liigklv pleased with Wood
county and its fertile soil and they com
pose a gratifying addition to society st this
Hugh atewart is spoken of and is looked
upon by the citizens of this and adjoining
townships ss being thn must likely candi
date fur County Commissioner in the com
ing campaign of any man yet spoken of
for that responsible position. Mr. Stewart
needs no introduction by me, becsuse of
his being so well kuown in all portion of
th county a a man possessing good com
mon aense, and candid judgment, it good
financier and a man thoroughly ac
quainted with the need and demand of
the farming commumtv. My long person
al acquaintance with Hugh leads ma lo
look on luui with hopeful rrgsrd in tins
Many of our brat citizens have often and
earnestly besought me to make a riply
to the sligma aouglit to lie caat on the
reapectnble citizen of Webster by Yunkev
Walker' buckling abetter who iniighl in
hia reply to a com. from here some time
Hince to reinstate lankee among respect
able men : alro, his most emphatic denial
of that "critters" having attempted to
raviah an old widow woman who i bor
dering on her 60ih year, to say nothing of
the case brought again-t her here by that
skunk" so commonly known a th
'bull-washing" auit. 1 have thought it
best lo say nothing in regard lo th affair
further than to reamrm my former at ate
menu and to say that I have the verv beat
reasons to believ that th reply alluded to
m written at Walker instigation and by
his dictation, by hi attorney T. N. llierlv,
and wa written from Pembervill and not
from Scotch Kidg. The purpose ss 1 be
live ws to have an effect upon public
opinion aainat the July term of court at
which tim Yankee will be again raked
over the coals of public indignation. Any
contradictions lo the facts a I furnished
them cannot possibly have any weight
within Ihe limit of the Township wherein
I reside, and person outside of the same
may, tl they choose, Interview Mr. J. U
Troup who waa Mra. Illsman' ittorney
both case and who is thoroughly acquaint
a wttn in wnote ntr.
Very Truly, ALLSPICE.
May 31, 1880.
James Pitcher on Matters and Things.
PRARIE DEPOT, May 21, '80.
Wa heard your craft had gone up Salt
river. But for aught we can see your ihip
goe on a stately ss ever. We used to
think that famou river run into lb dead
lea whr everything wa aalted to dlh.
But w have finally com to Ihe conclusion
that it Is no matter which way a man go
provided he ha good company snd is in
a good cause, ' In this part of Wood coun
ty we are pretty much jostled up every
way. A long while ago we looked out for
a railroad connecting Lake Erie at Toledo
with the Atlantic through the Chesapeake
Bay at Noifalk a city which we hoped
would one day rival New York aud lake
the trade from Boston to a new hub. This
would have been a grand route. 5orfalk
previous to the rebellion a navy yard, has
one of the best harbors on lh Atlantic
coast, Tbisway the great Northwest would
be nbont hundred miles nearer to 'he tula
water of the Atlantic than by the way ol
Nw York and lloston. Then the lilack
Swamp and eecially Prairie Depot, tin
capitul, would be on Ihe direct line by rail
road and (learner to Liverpool, Mariaille
and the rest of the world leaving all th
old man of trade and science out of range
away ono side. But sliis for our hopes I
We were lately informed that the stock
holder mtu-t pny in mora funds or lose Ihe
road. After the customary um of a few
explosives about railroad men and specu
lators, Ihe additional funds were secured,
four Toledo capilslisls pledging twenty
thousand dollars. Now, it was ssid, look
out for the rond and no mistake. But
finally report comes, " that's all over." The
precious road took a notion to run another
way. "Sio transit gloria muridi." Never
mind. Clinrley Is away managing the ship
ot State just now. But he will be at home
again by snd by. And when the right
time comes we shall have a new county.
Seneca, Wood, Sandusky and Hanpnck csn
each spare a slice. By the way, Fostoria
would make a fine county seat and a pretty
name for a county, Perrysburg theu as of
old would be the county seat of Wood and
all minor considerations would chime in
ss a beautiful snng. By the way an un
conquerable desire for improvement has
seized every man and boy not to speak fo
the other six, throughout the whole length
and breadth of our country. The middle
branch of the Portage river i to l wid
ened, deepened, straightened and brought
immediately into a captivity state of sub
jection. Someof ourcitizens remonstrated.
But, judging from the past, its no use. Its
pusli.push.tax.tax.no mutter whogoeito the
wall. The fsrmers must foot the bill. The
Commissioner have no mercy. An ex of
ficer, while in office, once said to a poor far
mer who had left urgent b-isines to plead
his case before the board at Bowling Green,
in a lordly, insulting manner, "You talk
too much!" Ditch, ditch, that's the order
of the day. Whatever lords rule Wood
county it is not the lords of the soil. The
farmer must submit to the powers that be.
If it were not unlawful we would like to
make a single suggestion. Would it not be
well to limit improvements to Ihe ability
of the tax payers? But me thinks I hear
some official spying in a ditch" Dry up."
Very truly yours, JAMES PITCHER.
Kev. Bishop Gilmotjh, of Cleveland.
Ohio, lias used the great German Remedy'
St. Jacobs Oil, and endorses it highly.
He writes about it as follows : I am
pleased to any that the use of St. Jacobs
Oil has benefitted me greatly, and I have
no hesitation to recommend it to all aa an
For Sale Cheap. A phaslon carriage
in good order, will be sold cheap.
3d Enquire ot L. M. Hunt.
Wanted. Fifty thousand feet of 13
foot elm logs, delivered at Hoover's Saw
Mill, Perryabnrg. J. H. Chapman.
For Sale. A firt-clas farm, well im-
tiroved. and located within one mile of
Perrysburg, for sale cheap. Enquire of
Cook & Troup.
Cnsli for Kcd Oak Hhtl Stares. 100,.
000 wanted tor immediate shipment. For
further informntiun call and see us.
A. G. Williams & Bbo.,
4J ' Perrysburg, O.
Medical Xolicc. Mrs. M. M. Hat
field, M. D., formerly of Dayton, now lo
cated in Toledo, can be consulted at the
Exchange Hotel, on Fridays of each week,
Office hour from 11:30 A. M-, to 4:00 T. M
Money to Loan.
Mortgage Bought and Money Loaned
by E. A. Hiooins,
32tf Perryubnrg, O.
TJnttlturther notice 1 willhuy Whit
or BurrOak Piles 25, 30 and 35 feetlong
riles must not be less than 14 inches
1 1, a Iv.itt. 12 inches in centre and 9 inch
at ton end. To be delivered on the doc
atPerrysburg.for which 1 will pny cash
9t( UEOKUE JiOETSCH.
Stare Factory for Sale. The under-
trued desires to call attention to the destr
able location of the properly known as the
Stevens Slave Factory, it cloe proximity
and convenience to the raw material
Ac. This property will be sold at a bur-
gnin. C.tll on or address
30tf (Jeo. Weddell, Receiver.
JOHN P. THOMPSON,
U'boeniz Block,) Perryabnrg, O.
n OS. N. niF.Itl.F.Y,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
All bnsinaas entrusted to him willbs fsilh
ullv attended 1 1. II
Tne Citizens' B:nU is prepared lo buy
irnod commercial paper or loan money
We also a-ll drafts on all the prineip
cities of Kurcpo. Foreign passage tickets
and letters of eredil can he outained
through our N. Y. House on best possible
N. L. 1 1 a nhon. Cashier.
Business hours 9 A. M. to 4 P. M
coaaacTSD ar KiNnrtusr wiiaon.
I'lMKrBi i'O. O., June 4 i 80.
Wheal II 10 Kr
Corn V '00 ,n 52cFuMirlbl o TiigT 00
do aheiled. aicixia. ojv
Dra.-t Caef. ...Oejfc Re 0e
PorkS bbl iClnvaroi1 hit . W
II ri iftVA Otrckeas V lb.
I'nistnrs Z.Vrfju rnraevs Y in
Apples) bit $1 00 Beana,navytl.00($tl SO
Dried aunlea Tc Lard '
Unttsr 12c Feathers. SOlOo
Uides at Perrrsburg; Taonsry Ora
Iminsl t'i J7. No. J, Two-thirds prtc
NOTICE TO COWTUACTOns
Tb Com ml loners nf Wood and Lucas
Bounties will sell lo th best bidder th job of
ream. in Hi old wooden hridg btrso Ytt
rytburf and Boutb lolsdo, oa
Saisrdan Jn 1, S0,
atlO A.M. Ths psrtiss to whom th contract
1 awarded will recair all mawrial la tb
Tbey will alao let at th asms time and place
to th low eat tnd oat bidder, lh job ol reiaj
tor lb abutoieul on th ood count side.
Tb sal will late also at tb bridge ou tb
date sbov (tvtn. Hjr order ol
I- i -NEW
Read laMcy's Price List
Then visit his Mammoth Establishment and se
cure some cf the
GREATEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED I
Men's Strong Working Sui's. $1, j, nnil $0.
Men's Worsted nml Union CnsMmere Suilf, $G, $7 and $8.
Men's Caslinu re Suits, nil Wool, $9. $10 and $11,
Men's Fine Dress nnd Business Suits, $12, $15, $18, lo$20.
Men's Spring Ovircoiifa nnd Ulsterettes from $5 up.
Men's Working Pants, 75t;, $1, $1.25 and $1.50.
Men's Cnssimcie Suits Irom $2.50 up.
ttoy's School Suits Irom $2.50 up.
Boy's Fine Suits from 6.50 up.
Children's Suits from 1.25 up.
Suits made to order at tho Lowa.t Possible Price
Gent's Furnishing Goods at tho Lowest Possible
Price. We have in Stock every article adver
tised and 35 per cent, can be saved by
trading with the
Old, Reliable, One-Price Clothier, MABLEY,
71 edfcj 7Q SxixxxxXLlt St., TolodoO.
GIAN IBIENIEIFIT I
LABORING MEN, MECHANICS
RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES, BY
ROEMER & STERN BROS.,
rvtvxidny, TVLtx-y 1st, 18QO,
And continue until tht Mammoth Stock is Reduced
Oirinff to a dissolution of partner. hip, to take
turinc and wbolsaal clolhini house baa determined to close nut Ihsir stock bv that time.
t5rT"I" order to accommodate both retail and
held MuM'AY, rKlUA.1 end MAt.UKi'Ai,
DAT. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY are
merra and Tailors' Trimming will be sold st
waa manuracturea Dy this nrm.soa will ds sola
ROEMER & STERN BROS..
26 & 28 SUMMIT STREET, TOLEDO, OHIO.
26 AND 28 SUMMIT STREET,
place about Aogust 1st, this (rest msnufse
wholesale cuatnmers, specisl rauil aalea will b
lor th benefit or lb aeoeral public, and TUK3
let (side for wholesale customers. Cloths. Csssi
New York wholesale coat. Ererj garment ottered
si at tin, I L,r uais I'ltlltt, aad that at bottom
r ' - . rj t- -
.Th improvement in mowers, to benefit
ken. til : liariDtTT or Cutting, without increased draft, thereby siring the grsss more lime
to cur the dav it is cut. rsnidilv of curinir wilh
use of th tedder. CcaiKO svsnlt, thereby
bilitr. which allowa the mower lo be uaed on
Tb hshL little, cbeao. D mv mowers with
ill in s siiort time be considered good iiUylhincs lor children. A oian will not then wast bis
time snd labor and th work of a pair of horses
cutting snd curing grsss. Ws suv confidsntlr
Fsrmers who aspect lo bur mowers Ibis
before making purchase.
At tbe Great Centennial Field Trial, Philadelphia, June 29, 27, 23, and 29, 187S,
Tbe Eureka Received !' Highest Award,
THE GRAND MEDAL AND DIPLOMA.
Ontof Twenty -four competitors, ths KIJItf.KA showed ths Lightest Draft, 21) poucds pe
foot cut. The Eureka recti red the lliglieal Award tor Ihe rollnwing ressons :
Firt For the introduction nt sn entirely new nrineinle bv that of direct drsft.
Second Th bore are attached lo the
Third- Owing to the presence of double
rods, ths ersss is eft raiad m and So Imhl that
Fourth For tb great advantagaol being
attack diflicult crop in th best way
Fifth For the excellent arrangement bv which flexibility of th knife i secured.
Silth-For the LIGHTNESS OK DRAFT.
Beveuth-FOR ITS GRBAT CAPACITY FOR RAPID WORK.
We are alao Agent for the BATES HARVESTER. Send for Circulars.
T. II. TRACT CO SOBJ,
9r.i . I. ATI II. 4,01110.
fsrmers the most, are in the direction w hare t
.ut the increased ezuen.e, which occurs ia lh
Biasing - a much better quality of bay, aod retersa
one aide of the riece or lot.
tour feet culler bars thsl ar nacrea to farmers
in usiuc a mower making such slow work
it is the principle thst will be univsrsallr sdnpted
vesr ar urgently solicited to lest our macuinea
cenler of the machiue J th cut grass is not trodden
clcsrers wiihin th cover, comprised of light iron
curunr lullows without tbe sid ol tedders, ae
able to wink the land in aof direction, aud thus
The Great Carriage Manufacturing House of the World
FISHER k CO.
Best material, good workmanship, handsome styles, 6trong
and durable vehicles ia every respect.
Hamfactnrefl ty EMERSON, FISHER & CO, are now in use i
every part of the American Continent.
They give unfailing satisfaction. All their work is warranted
They have received testimonials
purport similar to the following,
ject to inspection :
Meair. BataaioH, Fishs & Co t
I have used on of your Top Riiftiea
livery ataui, uu toey uav girca id uerisoi
Messrs. Corrocc It JnitasoH
IJesr Sirs i 1 hst been asing th
roufhlv I lupoo av "n could. I bad
wtlb two (rown ladies and mrseir in ths buffr, and it t to-dy worth all ih nwa; I pan) for
it. 1 ST th Emeraou A Fisher Buggies will do. A. U. TKAOUE, Farmer.
The favorable reputation tho Carriages have made in localities
where they have been usod for
oians, Farmers and others requiring hard and constant use, has led
to an increased demand from those localities, to meet which the
manufacturing facilities of their mammoth establishment have been
extended, enabling them now to turn out in good style,
3G0 CARRIAGES A WEEK.
EMERSON, FISHER & GO'S CARRIAGES ABE THE BEST
from nil parts of the courtry
hundreds of which are on file sub
' flat.r. Hi e., July Id, !879.
Hire year, and Hire of them two year ia toy
aaiisiacuua ana are iu eonsiaoi aa.
swssaav. 8 C .nliTt
Roiroa A Fislier Hogicy I boueht from you
a last bora, drov him al fall d, sometime
several years by Liven men, Physi
i wicii mum H'saiwateaui m iwsni .
end bow to obtiiln thorn. ramphl,
fraa, upon receipt of BUmp for post
OILMORE, BMtTB ft C0
Solution mf fiMli,
' ram otiM, trinrB, a a
Or iit ntftnr ind, yra en flla ytwr villi vxrf
mnmnm o in 11 win cat mvww um
JKr 1 tetfth will all rnmln of nuM nn wawf
Imp, ftotif rufrtpf mf . bam?
pnrt nf th i'nitr.1 hfff. 1 1 1 titt i rttaxl CtrCilUm ft mm
JOOti A ffwttl tWAftfaUl ft tw-w oowjnfwoxav
i d, i'rf.
a' M haA hnndrtxii f frowi ant !)
Our Maciiin who bj tbay wo14 Bet Uk fr far It
THS BEST SHORT HAND. -
aatiirtd. Easily learned, written aad read.
Aa f If en nl accompliahmeDl, a buaineas oeeaa-
itv. TaiighthTmi.il. Tell books. Reporters'
upplies, Ac, furnished. Yennf, Writer, 10.
'irsl Ijessnns, Jao. C'ompend.SSo. A s'tsw sol
ed. Circulars fret. U, KIMBALL. T Park
Horn, New Vera.
Ksep eonstsntl; oa hand
CLOCKS, IEWELRTi .
B0LIO GOLD AND 8ILVEE KIHGS,
MUSICAL I ?l ST IIU ME JITS, 4.
Repairing Promptly Dune & Warranted.
617 St, Cliartc Street. 8ULdJ.Ko.
A rrfuiirf ruinate of iwo anaicnouegw, hu Mt lo
mgBfeil iti tljLKM-iaitrimenirifBll V cfrciej. ftsvxu
tnu vnronic ijiikvs tiin ariT eintr rnyim
outs, aa city paper ahov.and Hlold reatilento k
Oypniiia. uunorruceavuicet, vtrirtur. OrcbKUL
Ha in t a, or Kuptur, mil yrlnnry l)taynaa ana
Bvphtlitic or MercurtBl Affectlonsi of th Throat
Bkln or Bono, art lrtcd with opart Ue 14 wmomm.mm
Utcit fciantiflc prlueip'aa. Safelv. TriTatf-ly.
BJrerrrotori hs Bexual Pobllity amS Imp
trcy.n the retult of jrlf-Ahuw to youth, ajonuu
t9rfl ui maturer yea-i, or otbarcavita, and valoh Drn
gnieoi xut ilIow,:: ctlrcu: tKrvautviaaa, aroiisiaJ !
lioni, l elti ,ty. tlinmcn of t)it,dfvctiva airtpwyipisttfilati
on tlif fait, phyaical diy. averiion to aociety of fkmalaa.
cooiutiuii vi iitrai, 01 vrsnai ptivcr. nc, nrMowiaaS
marriafQ li. proper or unhnppy. aft pwDi-nefiti
urd. Coniuitation ct otfte, or by mail fr, and tnVMf,
rHitn II ia Inronvenivnt lo vi it tlia cily for trvfttotent,
Medicinal can bo leiii bv mail r wxpmt tTCrvvtier. Car
bit ritei guaranteed, licre doubt ei itla it ia tray a It atatral
f.apo.n fir Ha, 1 fi'.mp; t;r Wcm&, i ftiaaf ;
flermiD, (or both, OtiKfi. ti Vi .
rmis. i GUI DC.
flUbrndlDV- Sealed for ftOo,
Urer (lftr wonderful md DltMraa.
Id poitaf t or eurrtoey.
tru to life ) arttclei on the fo' lowing aubjaeta : WUo ha
Birryt who not. wby. Manhnod, wunianheo4. rkyawM
Way. Wlio ahoula aitarry t How lift and happltta any
9 incraaica. j iic i iitsioiubj oi ncproo.nieu. tu ntaav
mora. IJvoaa vnu-Tied or eontrniplatitu miarriaja abuul)
raaait,tncn arpi unuer iota ang j ropuiar a
amcaa above, but paper eoer, ivJM Bag, iio ta b:
in money or poa'ajre. Chaw peat ft'"! Inida In Aoitr
at a or
or the pectiy eora of Seminal vVeaknaaa. Loati
of Ideaa, Averaioo to Society, efi-tiva adrraory, and all
rematur lebt!ttr. Werrouaoeta. iscaDondener. cMUa
piaorders brought oa by secret I lab it aod uicad
Iliii aa ilia iiKrr'titmM. luursvs,
OR. JACOUSa, 70ctiiuiitt,M,lMls,Bl
PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE
j TOE BPERMATOESH(EA.
A Vila a bio Cioovar
4N Dapartaraia U-
in I slaa. aa aaAaeaip
Nl aad pawitlaaly aWU
iva k nail 7 for Urn apaa
taa artuuitat Car a f
I nmnl Smtaaiooa aa
ismpoienor by oolf
777. . ...... .Miii true war. Tta t Diratoo
I T z 1 ADplIoaEion to taa rw
spa jb vi ia tons!! v as vui if wa. m-mm i ww
lug . ipacitU iaAtivnca tf 6ninal VoftutOO, )
nfatory Dueu, Froatai Uland. awl Urethra, TV
1 ina Hcaitaf a avui44 wiia aa pua er UeuataaMMa, ab4
taaa a at latarfaro villi taa r ir nu ei Hia i k to
Iuiekly 4iaaelaa anJ aoo abaetaed, praauat( aa UalSBaw
tat aeetaiag and ramorativo a4rt aioe lot aeaui aa
aarvoai artaaniiioni wraaked r Mir " p4 aatai
Mapping ina Oral a iraai ma irna, ranoriaf ina an
htiia ad aound. memory, tnnirt t Dlmni
light, K era-one Debihtr. t'ouruotoo of Idea, Avarr
too to ftoolatjr, eiQ-, eio., : tha appoerauca at preaav
turo old age
ing parfart 5I
uol Vigo i
aarare eatef, ana It naw a prouncntt-l (artaaa. DraaT
Io aaacb prticribJ in thtaa tronbUt, to J, at otata aa aaa
r ii aau o, Willi bt liitla U any (rvitnepi RuW. Thaca a
KtiMRN about tli 1 1 f rattaration. 1 radical vliterTarMra aaaa laa
u peailifety guaranteo tbat M writ giaa oat ia toot to
Daring tha ifhifttri i hat it baa Liven ia gaaaial a-, a aaeo
laoatatidt af Uitiiii9Bila at lo Hi taUa. aal it ia anw aoaaoaad
It taa altdtcal rrafawioi t fee U' ineat rattoaal aaaana aad
aieavaraJ of rei'rjiuf at-a curing litis vrrj pravaleal traAtWo,
ll.at a til know la (be rauta trt antwli auitary I aa aaarT.
anj afaoa sliom quaot i'ray aillt locir uataa aaitraaM aai
big foe. TUa rtruJj )a put pi rat basat. ef thr atlaa
Vo. 1, traautb f laat ort.ll:,) 3 lS'o. S, ("b1mi aa
tft a parmaaaot curt, aulcM ia r cta.) (O i NO.
('nf oar taraa ai'toii a, a ill 'w taaiMia aiU
ttjar m Hit vi'U rfi l tt. f aiail. aealaa. hi aiaiaj
wrappcri. Full V I HA-C'l lQt lot Uauig 1 ui oaaatla
peny BACU PO.
fnd fur a Ww 'jit) Piatpb'at glflag Aaataaavaal w
m lliaatraiiaua, "tick a ill (xPiit U aiatt aaatiaal TA
B lhal they can ba reiiO'rJ .rfact aaboil, aad
Ta fritai Uf ttie ilunaa of life, aawa aa if aaaar art . m
ut Sealed far Mauto t a.-.y wua. wll QNLT by laa "
HARRS9 RESJCDV CO.r.F'O CHEmiSTS.
Market gnd ts Ptf, tT. LOUIS, MO.
aTre. MMarrim' eninai BumtiiSmm. tJwm
Jjtter9 renoarayoT V-o-aaa Aetlroaaai t
ladiaaa, April 1 1th, 19. -Tha raaady ia arorttiag yaihaatfa
Bad aptlapay frew waaBti. for ncM yean paat.
Ckleifo, Aog. 14, UT9.1 aaa ihorougtt. carad aaJ feel tt
ep. Tea yeaag anaa la lha totiatry ia gtli'n bettar.
MlaaaatH, topi. It, 1179. I racatvad ao aaocb aeaett rVaej Ao
aaa of your raaaadiaa Lb at I waat la try ahaaa ia aaatbar aaaa
TbM ia ef leog ataadiag, aad will aea4 aeaMlbiag tary avao
WIVES, MOTHERS, USI
aft who are trwnled artth Laarafifcaaa
(Flaor Albua ar Wfeitaa) alvouM aaaal at
rraf. Harria Taa-laal raailUasa. wfelao
art a aovaroiffo raDaaoy tor ibib vary pravataM aaaaaaa- aa
eerrhflsa ia aot wall aadaralood by pnveMiaee gaaarallf, aaal
its draia apoa tba eyatem im ao airaaataa aad aabtlitailag tbat
our Aatencea womaa are raptdle bacrjaaiag a raea ef iea
liaa," laeapablaof producing heallny otfipnug, oraajayuaf laa'e
Sleaaare. A tboraughly toaaaaea Hsu IraetBMet. Appihad
iracllr o tbe eeat of tat diaaaao, and ita epociae tadaoaca aa
erted at onoa, praduciof aa UBanadlale, teotnUg aad ipaaeraaiwo
ffact. Tha application of tha remedy ia aliaoaad a ilk ao aaa
er aaploaaaataeu, aad doea aot lalarfere tk tba eedioary par.
luila aad plaaavraa of life. Tba remedy (eaoitgh la Ual a aaaaiky
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A Syringe aad aoait Tooic Piila, aa aaxUnnae la arailBiial
aant Witk aacb boa of tha Rented.
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other disease resulting from a disorder
Itata ot too digestive apparatus.
Aa a Dinner Pill they Lav uo equal.
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mi purl renewed health aud vigor to th
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