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title: 'Perrysburg journal. (Perrysburg, Wood Co., O. [Ohio]) 186?-1965, June 28, 1890, Image 5',
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For tho next thirty days
I will continue to mako ono
dozon photos and ono llfo
bIzo orayon portrait, for
$3 76. Puhl, Maumoo.
No othor blood tnedlclno so utilizes
tho results of bclontlflc Inquiry as
Wntclirs, Clocks, Jewolry, Spectn
clis. Sppolitl nttontinn Riven to rnpnir
iiiK. All WinTfliiii'd. JOHN ZURFLUU,,
v-' UI3 Monrou street. Toledo.
AUnniED. On Sunday, Juno Kith,
oy Rov. G. A. Adams, Mr. John
Jacobs and Miss Emma Klndovalor,
ilauphtcr of Rudulph Klndovator.
A first-class lino of clRars at John
DiiFord'n barbershop. Shaving, hair
cutting and shampooing Your next !
Boys who aro ongaged In robbing
and destroying birds nests should
remember that they aro llablo to
arrest, lino and tmprisonmont for kill
ing any of our natlvo birds, except
hawks and owls.
Buy your neckwear nt
Will somebody please tell us that
tho weather is hotV Wo have had
something like 751) people tell us that
tho weather was slightly rpsembllng
that placo where people who don't
pay subscription accounts go to, and
we would like to raise tho iigures to an
Mens and boys clothing nt
Buy white dress goodn nt.
Tho jiuhlic schools have closed for
tho Summer vacation and tired and
nervous teachers and scholars will now
have a lime to recuperate. In.
parting wiih her pupils lust Monday,
Miss Marion Curtis was tho recipient
of ;i iiumlet' of presents from the little1
ones who have been studying under her
care during tho past term.
A largo and complete assortment
of clothing, including all grades, styles
jtnd prices, and suitable for all classes
of Initio. Prices very low. Call and
oxamine stock. Wor.i
Mr. C. K. Averill, of Hartford,
Conn., informs us that ho will go to the
M'u shore, accompanied by his family,
sirid says, "although ten years have
made quite a change and very few of
the 'pon-onuls' aro familiar, yet the
old JoUKNAl. bus a savor of home, and
1 enjoy reading of tho familiar ones
unci the apparent prosperity of the
"burg. . Lung may she wave."'
Full line hiraw liatu :t
Straw lulls for, school wmimt.
M. F. Mi'es ns Sheriff and IJoeeivor
fold tho stock of goods at Haskins
lakou under attachment from Garrett
vt Kelly to Pbile McCi-ory formerly of
Mungen. Tie sold his More tit that
placo last Hnring,Iocutiug in Michigan,
expecting to sjiend the remainder of
his days there, but, he couldn't winy
suvny from old Wood. Gltul of iL IMiilu
is an excellent citizen and business
Dress goods and ginghams, of all
qualities, styles and prices at Wolf's.
Swiss embroideries of every de
scription at Wolf's.
At her residence ono and one-half
miles east of of l'errysburg, on Avenue
road, on Saturday, July C, 1S00, Mrs.
Lydui Pringlo will soil at public
auction, throe work horses, two U-ycar
old eoltu, ono yearling colt, ono suck
ing colt, ono milch cow, one yc'irling
heifer, two brood sows, one 2-horse
wagon, ono 1-horso wagon, three plows,
ono harrow, ono cultivator, one set
double harness, and other articles.
Piiper carpet lining at
Tho largo number of people now
suffering from piles, fistula, and other
diseases of the rectum, will bo inter
ested in reading tho tid. of Dr. J. V.
Mowry, of Toledo, which appears in
smother column. Tho doctor has boon in
practice for over 40 years, and for tho
past 14 years has made a specialty of
diseases of iho rectum, and the won
derful success ho has had is attested by
thousands of sufforors who owo their
present good health to tho skill of this
justly celebrated physician.
A full and complete lino of groeor
los at Wolf's.
Roachton. Mas. J. II. Groves,
who has beon upending several months
with Mrs. Rob't Barnes, returned to,
Cleveland Wcdnosdny. . . . Mrs. Juno
Ilindsdalo returned to her homo in
Toledo Monday, after spending u week
with hor brother, B. V. Pratt Mrs.
J. W. Shipman and daughter Ma&gio,
of Weston, are visiting Lewis Shipman
and family.... Mrs. llonry Swinok is
and has been , very sick for several
wooks. Her recovory is doubtful....
MissDaisy Lampraan of tho burg,cldsos
tho Spring term of school Friday. It
lb bor first school and sho 1b proving
horsolf n bright teaehor.
Hold It to Hie JLlKlit.
The man who tells you conlldcntinlly
JiiKt what will cure your cold is premuih
mg Kemp's UuImiiii this ycur. In, the
prupaialiou of this n-maikiible medicine
tor coughs and colds no expense is
p ired to combine only tho beet and
unreal, iugicdlenls, Hold a bottle of
Kemp's Ihilduut to the light ami look
through it ; notice the bright, char
look ; then compare with other reme
dies, Larco bottles at all drngglsts,
0 ceutd and $1. Sample buttle free,
Tho worst blood disoasos aro cured,
with Ayor's Sarsaparilla. Its effects
aro felt at onco.
Foil CU nit ants. Call on Mrs.
Flouncing!? of all kinds at Wolf's.
Wanted. A German dictionary,
at tho JOUIWAL ofllco. Will pay a rea
Kingsbury has ovldontly gone In
"kahoots" with tho druggists, judg
ing by tho largo nunibor of cucumbers
tuid wator-molons bo is selling.
Tho date of hearing for criminal
cases in Common Pleas, has not yet
beon fixed, but wo guess thoy will not
bo called to trial until aftor tho fourth.
July 0th is '1111 Quarterly mooting
day at tho M. 12. Church hero. Rov.
P. P. Popo will preach Saturday ovo.
boforo and hold Quarterly Conforonce,
and nlso preach Sabbath morn.
Boots, shoes, hats and caps tit
Wm, II. Combs who was recently
indicted by tho Grand Jury for burg
larly and larceny, plead guilty upon
arraignment last Tuesday and was
.sentenced to fivo yours at hart! labor
in tho Ohio Penitentiary. Ho will
probably begin work on his now con
tract sometime next week.
In Common Pleas. Wm. Gurrott
vs Wm B Kelly, 12 J Greenfield, II A
Bartley, U L Luce Co, Weed Colburn
& Co, L S Buumgardnor, R II, Lane, J
Biddlo, 1' J Feagles, 12 Kelly, J Apol,
12 Oarrott, and F M Miles as shorilT of
Wood Co. O., for the disolution of u
partnership, and tho appointment of a
receiver. J R Tyler, atty.
Carpet and oil cloths from 20c per
yard up, at Wolf's.
Tho North Baltimore Timos, in
its hist Issue, speaking of tho excursion
from that place, over tho railroads to
Perrysburg, whero tho party expected
to be met by the steamer Pastime,
gives the managers of tho Pastime a
severe scoring, but for Perrysburg and
the Maumcc, the editor has nothing
but tho warmest words of praise.
For " A lap dusters, and Uy nets,
and teaui nets, also road carts and bug
gies, y;o to Wm. Soiilkct.
Madame DoVero is not ready to go
to Columbus, to begin her 10 year con
tract as ''clairvoyant" for the State.
She w:ls expected to go witli the other
Lucas county delegation this week, hut
her attorneys asked a suspension of
sentence until a bill of exceptions
could bo presented to tho Circuit court.
Sentence has been suspended until
If ymt want
inisle lirnrtn u"
a first, cl:!-" iImiiMp w
lo Win. Sullied, IVirv-
Rev. Geo. B. Wiltsie, haying
received a special invitation from Rev.
W. A. Phillips of Chicago, an old pa.stor
ia Canada, to spent! this week uilhPhim
and also to be with hlui next Sabbat.h,
left Tuesday, for Ann Arbor, whero he
heard Hon. Elmer D. White, President
of Cornell University, deliver the Com
mencement oration and thence went
on Wednesday evo. to Chicago. Rev.
Phillips wiis here, preached and lec
tured a little over a year ago. Revs.
Cannon and Stowort will supply M. 12.
pulpit, here next Sabbath.
Buy Summer underwear at
New line of Indies walking shoes at
In somo localities white caps are
considered a terror, but tho party that
called upon 12d. Unberhill, a few eve
nings since, didn't prove to bo that kind.
It was a birthday occasion and the many
neighbors and friends, called in to help
our worthy Trustco celebrate. There
were a largo number present, but
Kdwurd was not to be done up in that
milliner, and with tho assistance of his
estimable wifo, furnished bountiful
refreshments for the guests, who, after
enjoying a pleasant evening, departed
hoping to have an occasion to cal'
New neckwear for gentlemen at
W. II. Richardson elosed his labors
in tho Porrysburg schools on Wednes
day lost. Ho had Go pupils for examin
ation, all of whom showed that their
work during tho past your has been
excellent. Tho pupils of tho 7th and
8th grades, prior to biddinrr thoir
teacher good bye, presented him with
an ologant book, as a slight token of
their Jrlondship and good wishes for
his future success. Mr. It. will leave
on Saturday or Bowling Green, whoro
he expects to spend his vacation until
noxt September when ho will com
racneo scltool work at Grand Rapids.
ncivuro of uintmontH Cor Ctilarrli
thut Coiitiiin Jlcrcnry,
as mercury will surely destioy tho sense
uf Hinoll and completely derange' the
'whole system when entering it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never bo used except on prescrip
tions from roputahlo physicians, as the
diimiuro thoy will do is ten fold to the
good you can possibly derive from theni,
.Hull's Catarrh Cure, iminufiiclured liy
l' J. Cheney & Lo., Toledo, 0 con
tains no meicury, and is taken inter
nally, and acts directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure you
got the Kutiuino. It is taken internally,
and made in Toledo, Ohio, by P. J.
Cheney & Co.
Iigy-Sold by Druggiata, price 7Co, per
of Dotrolt Bpont
John MarshalLis visiting frlonds in
Mrs. G. W. Sellars, of Tolodo, was in
town this wook.
J. H. LaFarroo and family, of B. G.
Sundayed in Perrysburg.
Miss Love, of Flndlay, is tho guest of
hor Bister, Mrs. Fred Eborly.
Charley Russell and wifo, of B. G.
woro in Perrysburg Sunday.
Miss Nora E. LoRoy, of Cincinnati,
is visiting Mrs. I. Thornton.
Supt. Snddlor and wlfo aro visiting
frionds in Millbury and Genoa.
Miss Mnry I. Carroll, of B. G., is
visiting friends In Perrysburg.
Miss Anna Bnllard, of Haskins is
visiting friends hero this week.
Miss Francis Harbauor of Ypsilanti,
Mich., is visiting reltltiveslhcre.
R. Clcgg, of Lambiirtvillo, Mich., Is
visiting his son R. S. Clegg, here.
L. N. Bryant and viifo of Genoa, vis
ited Supt. I. N.-Saddler on Sunday.
Mrs. J. B. Newtonjof B. G. visited
Perrysburg friends a few days since.
Clitis. VauNorman, p Troy, was tho
guest of Miss Clara lllilTord oa Sunday
MissMyrta Wight; of Millbury, is
tho guest of her sister, Mrs. I. Sad
Miss Prisoilla Chllcite, of Millgrovc,
is visiting her sister Mrs. G. II. Cald
well. Miss Gertie Finklrolncr, of Bowling
Green, is visiting friends hero this
Miss Dena Pfleghulir is visiting
relatives and friends in Toledo this
Mrs. Dudley Avery and son, of Bow
ling Green, are visitinglrelativcs hero
this week. I
Miss Jennie Norton, of Toledo, was
tho guest of the Misses Blooinliold
Mr.and Mrs.Aroy.of Cleveland Ohio.
were the gutsts of J. Davis and family
Miss Minnie Dorr retu
nod homo last,
Saturday from a three
Mis.-. Julia Eberlv has
feelw visit In
Delaware college, having completed a
four years course.
Mrs. Wiers, of Clovelitid. is spend
ing tho summer herewith her daugh
ter, Mrs. A. W. Lee.
Wm. Powers, of the Miania
slty at Oxford. O., wh
mother, here, this week
Miss 1211a llollenboek
from St. Thomas. Canada.
Miss Brownlee. of Toledo, is visiting
Mir Robertson this weelc.
Miss Bessie Hanson, who has been
attending school at, Sidney, O. is enjoy
ing her vacation at home".
Darius Skinner, formerly of this
county but now of Meado. Kansas, vis
ited friends here this week.
Misses Stella Parsons, of Iowa, and
Mary Whitehead of Mauinc-, were the
guestsof Mrs. C. F. Chapman.
Miss Manio Witzler is home from
Yphilanti, Mich., where sho has been
attending school the past year.
Mrs" Gustavus Jaeger, and daughters
of Elmore, who have b?en visiting Mi.
Deering, will return this week.
Lee Stewart, of Fostoria, and Harry
S'ewarl, of Tolodo, attended Com
mencement Wednesday evening.
Dr. James Robertson of Caldwell,
Kansas, and Miss Marjory Robertson,
o' Iliiskius, called on Porrysburg
friends this week.
Mrs. Esther E. Barton, who has
been engaged in teaching in tho
Leavenworth, Kansas, schools, is
homo to spend the Summer vacation.
Mrs. Mary Uhlrieh and little daugh
ter, i.f Farmersville, O., made a short
visit among friends and relatives in
Perrysburg and Haakin.s, tho first of
Messrs. A. T. Munn and James Bald
win, and Misses Maud and Jessie Munn
and Jessie Diddle, of Weston, were tho
guests of Misses May and Bertha
Cranker this week.
R. C. Comstock, ofB. G., visited his
son Wm. Comstock, in Perrysburg
ovor Sunday. Ho is on his way to visit,
relatives in Mystic, on tho Mystic
river in Connecticut.
Don't be drawn on by unknown
photographers who have tin reputation
to lose, hut pmtoui." a plioiiiKiuplier
you know to he n liable. Call on P.
AI, Puhl, Matituee, Ohio.
Children's day in U. I... church was
well conducted. Tho speaking was
splendid. MWesAlfnllanueynnd Aiiuit
Beard presiding at tho organ and J.
E. Beard, J. M. Beard and Sidney Phil
lips witn violins, jjio cliuroii was
crowded to its utmost, capacity, many
being unable to gain admittance
A largo number of our citizuns wont
to Toledo Sunday to seo tho great, ball
gamo. Had n oplcudid time Wheal
is getting full of little green bugs
Thoro is a peculiar satlnoss about tho
appearance of our worthy station agent.
Its only a littlo heart dillioulty, however
....Dr. II. K. Stevens has moved into
L. Williamson's store building, Mr.
Williamson moving into bin now house
on Fifth avoiiuo.... Miss Kittio Beard
Sundayed with hor parents. ...Misses
Lizzie and Florence Holler wont to IIh.ii
cock county on a visit to thoir grand
parents. ...Mrs. J. Horr'tug has tho
nicost plants in town. ...Mr. W. C.
Walker has his now house nearly com
pleted... .Our town is growing
Shocnialcr Bros, aro doing a rushing
foed business.... Gorrill Bras, mill is
running stoudtly. . . .Pooplo aro all cry
ing for rain it is so hot Telephone
wires aro being strung in town pretty
thick.... W. ('. Bennington acts as our
city harbor. Ho is a good ono. . .-. Bow
ling will soon be booming, as ono of
our eltizuus drew $o.00 in the Louisi
ana Stato Lottery.
1UM emtio Wan km1.
And 100 men to call on nny il i it Ktr ih t for
a free, trail pnekitce id Lime's I'mnlly
.Medicine, the Ki-ent mot mid lieili lemeilv,
dixcoveiL'ii by Dr. Stbix Lane while in the
Hooky MniiniiiiiiH. For iliieiies of the,
Ulonil, Liver nml Kidneys it ih ii punitive
ctne. For eoiiH'.ipiitlnn mid elenrlng 'P the
complexion it does wonder. Ii 1 the leC
spring medicine, known. Largo aigepack
, SO ceiiln. At all dnictjUU',
Editor Jouunai.: Ploaeo announco
my namo as a candidate for tho ofllco
of Sheriff of Wood county, subjoot to
tho decision of tho Republican County
Convention. Jay Simonds.
Editor Journal: Plenso announco
that my namo will bo presented as a
candidate for tho oilleo of Probata
Judge, subject to tho dicision of tho
Republican county Convention.
Lime City Is still on the move, every
body up and doing Crops me look
ing belter since we linil our long looked
for ruin, but we s'lill neeil more
The Piitrons of Industry held their
usual meeting Humidity Mis Chil-
eote of West Milgiove," viuiled her niece
the past week Miss Kiltie Smith
has let urned Iftune, to epetul her vhcii
lion, having spent a uect'saftil yeiir
teiieliiiig in the Definnco school...
Mr. anil Mrs. Albeit liruwnsbei'gei' anil
Mrs. Mellie U. Warner, at tended the
Commencement excielses nt' the Perrys
burg school Wednesday eve Quite
a number of Lline City people intended
the entertainment given liv the mem
bers of Pheeaix Lodge. No! I'M, F. A.
M., nniwithstnn.lliig the very warm
weather One of our schools had a
very enjoyable picnic Wednesday in the
grove Miss Lilly Cliilcole of IVirys.
burg visited her sister, Mis. Albert
Uiiiwnaburger, over Snnduy.
Bear in mind that P. M. Puhl's
gallery, Matiinoe, is open every day in
the week, and the best, photos are made
for $2.00 per dozon.
Till remedy 1 bicniiilnp; mi well known
mill mi ionil.ir iih to need en eienlnl men
tion. All who Imve lineil Electric Ihueix
kiii; the same son;; of iimlse. A purer
iiieilielne iloex mil exiHt mill it ix iii'ii.iit
leeil lo do nil thnl is cl'ime.l. Electric.
ItilleiM will cine nil illmii-es of the liver
mid kidney, will lenitive pinipleH, liiiilrt,
hiiIi i Ileum iiinl oilier nflt-ciiniiH e.ui'ed
by iniiilie hlootl. Will drive iniiluriii
Irniu the eVHiein himI previ lit tin veil iih
rtne till Miiliiriiil fevt'rs. For cine of
lieuhiehe, rnimlipiiiinii mill inilieHiiiin trv
I'.leelrie llilleiv. Entire Hmlxlnetlnii
L'limtinleeii. or money lelitnileil. l'lice
50 i:(h il $1 00 per hotlle lit A. it.
$ "CiULNOi:, t'ltucnr.iiii-vns.
to. COUNCIL itOOMS, June Hi, 1SD0.
Council'' met in regular session.
Present Messrs. Barton. Bowers,
Cliap'man, .. JIoITmann, ribeinfraul;,
Mayor v:iiid (Jlerk. Absent Munger.
Mayor 1'yler jiresented the names of
w. u. iioiieiibeeic ana uev. a. l'.
Johnson, to servo as members of tho
Board of Health, for thren years, and
tho appointments were confirmed by
The claim ordiirmce was then
pashtfd, tho following claims being
allowed thereon :
Ilenrv II:iltormnn,Rdvcrtising$ 4.-10
Geo. Tyrrell, labor 10.00
K. (J. Kerlin, taking up pine
The Judiciary Committee were
instructed to settle the differences
between tho Villago and the Pastime
company regarding passenger rates
or in the ovent ot failure, to prepare
an ordinance fixing a proper charge
The Marshnl was instructed to notify
property owners to mow Canada thistles
upon and abutting their property.
Walter E. Escott, Cleric.
A Wonder Worlccr.
Mr. FimiiI, I'nfl'iiiiiii, ii young in. in nf
Hnrliiiuioii, Ohio, Hhik-H ihut he Imil heen
iiinler the cure of two prominent phyxi
eiiini', nml n-eil their lieutiiient 11 it I i 1 he
wiim not nhle lo gel in,. nml. They pro
iioiiiiceil hix riifce io he CiniiMiiiipiinii nml
iiicilriihle. lie wim peiniindeil to try I)i.
Kinc'x New Dmeoveiy lor C'oiiiniptioii,
CiiukIm mill CoUIk mnl il Ihut time ,-w
not iihle lo wnlk neiox.' the Hi reel without
it-flin. Me fuiiiid, tie (me lie luul u.-eil
hull' ot ilollm- bnllle, thnl he wiih iiiiiiiIi
tieltei; lie roiitiiiueil lo line il mnl ix
to-ility enj yiiig guild heiillli. If you
hit ve niiy 'I liriini, Lunj; or C'uext Tlouhle
liy II. We jjiuiriiiilee xnlixf iction.. Tiinl
holt e fite, at A. U. Cbmnpuey'H iluii;
Htoie. in r. u.
HATCHER. At her home in Perrys
burg township, on Tuesday, Juno
:4th, 1SH0, Mis.Angeliiie B.Hatcher,
(nee Hum) aged (M years.
Mrs. Hatcher bus been a sufferer for
tho past four months, with dropsy ot
tlio heart. She was a pioneer resi
dent of the county, having moved hero,
with her husband, from Columbiana
county, O., about -11 years ago.
Sho was the mother of six children,
only two of whom are living Mrs.
Joseph l-Ioilinnu and David Hatcher.
Tho funeral service of the U. B.
church were conducted by K iv. Wells
at tlm Davenport church, on Thursday,
Juno 2(i. and the reinaiiib were interred
in Fort Meigs cemetery.
A largo number of neighbors and
friends followed tho remains to thoir
hist resting nlnco.
James Woods and wifo of Hancock
county, attended tho funeral.
'J'o-.iirbt nml To-Morrmv MrIH,
Anil each day and night during
this week you oiiu get at nil druggixls'
Kemp's linlsiini for the Throat 'and
Lungs, acknowledged to lie the iiioxl
successf u remedy ever sold for the cure
of Coughs, Croup, Bronchitis, Wltoop
iut Cough, Asiliinii and Coiisiimptiou.
(Jet a bottle tu-dmj anil keep It ulwiiytt in
tin' lioti"!', so sou can check your cold at
once. Price 50c. mid tfl. ,
Illi of .3 llll' IClllo.
(Ino fnrofortlic KniniilTrinoii l! II nml II It
It. GnodKolnBtW ntal tin, m icIurnliiR July
sin una am.
To Itcpalr sidewalks.
I'r il RctQlfol, By the Council of Iho Jnrorpor.
nteil Vllluuonf Pcrrybburg, Ohio, Tlmt the hide,
walks on tho following named Mrectx rcriilrc
icpilrii mnl thould be nt ouec repaired. lo-U:
The koutli hide of Front Strcot, thu north mid
sou thbhk'K of Second Mrcd, tlio north nldeof
Kourth utieel, the aihl hldu o( Wiilnut Ktrecl.thc
'went hMa of Uieust (itreet.
And thl Iho Mayor notify the owners of lots
iihtiltlua suld bldcwnlliB lo repair theiajio forth
with. Hatolml. That this ordinance bo Inforccd from
nml lifter its pusuigo mid publication according
1'a.sscd June 13, 1830
JAB. It. TYLER.
Novor to Late.
Wo want soma troort fluents, to sell our choice
nnil hardy vnrlotios of Nursery stock. Now, Is
tho time to encage, wrlto us at once, ana wo
will Bond you our terms.
Address John K. Toomy, & Co., Nurserymen,
Roclierlcr, N. Y. 14U
4th of July Excursion ICntcn.
The '1'oln.ln. HI. T.ntit Vnrnuii f!lte II. II.
will sell excursion ticket between all Millions
liivItnlltiK Toledo mid St. lwls, .tulv M and 4lh
nt one fare for the round trip. Tickets Kood to
return titilii .uoiiuay, .liny Tin. Inclusive.
r. ;. .ii:nkins, ocu'l uuss. ARt.
.Notice Is hereby Klvctmf tho appointment of
M. A. Splllier. William 1 Sullkcr and (Irrlmrt
huebbeii, is executors of the Inst will anil testa
ment of Otirislaln Spllkcr, deceased, Into of
uuu i.ouui) i wnio,
M, A. SrlLicnii,
,tM sriLKrn, V Kxecutors.
MIT Lcubrn. I
To tlio I'arraerrfof Wood Co.
I tun propnred to build barns at ono
dollar and fifty conts per" foot. Satis
faction guaranteed. Houses and other
building in proportions.
SOtf JamkS II. Kellkk.
A large quantity of fine building,
sand for salo at tho dock. Enquiro of
G. Bootsch. flm
I'ltmo lor Snle ort'rntle.
Firnt-class Mathushek Piano, for salo
ebeati, or will trndo for other property.
i)tf Gnuiirm Bortscii.'
I want to sell the lot whore my of
fice stands with or without tho build
ing. Lot, twenty-liye and ono half foot
front with one half of brick walls.
Price and terms reasonable.
50 J). K. HOI.LKNBKCK.
Itui-giuns In Iteul
I liuvo fur
Hide Himie choice ibvelltnc
piopeilies nml vneiiiil lol hi "1'errynburg,
lit pricen mid ternm lo suit the mumis of
pliiclniHiT.J. I emi sell von si gainl Iiohkb
nml lot for from ifliOO to $10,000, in the
inimt hexllllfiil village, in Ohio. I nUn
have for Hule Hnmi! finely impioveil fsrian
within sluirl dinliinceM'ot IVriyvbnri;, mid
limbered liir.ilx In ilifi'ereat purls ot the
L'oiinly, in which nt the prices I inn now
ofl'ering Ihetn there te liargiiiiin for pm
cluiKer'. Ai (iricea me Hlemlllv nilvancing
iheKiioner purchased the better the bur-
I alio hive n few tholixmid dollars to
lomi on yonil f-cenritv.
May 29. 1889.
Eye and Skin Ointment.
A certain euro for Chronic Soro Eyes,
Tetter, Salt Kheuni, Scald Head, Old
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples
and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
it after all other treatment had failed.
25 and fiO cent boxes for sale by
A. R. CI-IAMPNEY.
Whcnt Xo 2
Corn, ljir (nlilj...
'Jurn " (new)
Pork, tier bbl
Apples, per bll
OJ to .0275c
03 to .o:i7Gu
0-.' to lK!',c
... 0275 to OK':
.i 80 uiiu Hoc
Flour, per bbl,
J over Seetl. liar
Clilekeus. nor lb. (livuHMirhu:)..
...,$1 'Si&il 7,'i
Chlekens " ' (ilresseil)
Turkeys dlres-'sed) per lb
Turkeys (live) " " :
Lard ner 100 U
The following are the local quotations;
at the Toledo Product' Exchange :
WheiitijHsi'No.SHoU red, 87JS8c;
No. !) do, 82S)8:3o; No 2 white, 8lr;
July. 8-.c; Aug., 8'li373;; Sept., 87
Corn Cab No. 2, 355c
Oats C.isli No S, while, 81c; Aug.,
20 Je; Sept. 2(lJ.t'e.
Clover Seed Prime, cash, $3.40; No.
2. a oo.
THE TOLEDO PARLOR FURNITURE 00-
0-1- and 36 Summit, St.
Reed Chairs, etc
We will be enabled to offer Goods at Prices that
will astonish you.
Merit of Ayor'sfiprsnpprllliiorcrall others
Is freely testified lo by thousands of Bratc
tul convalescents, as well as by leading
" I flml Ayer'd SarnparlM one of tlio few
proprietary medicines that run proscribe in my
pruitlcu." Dr. J. L. llltcl. Cumberland, Miss.
I h.-ivo found Brent rotef from Kcncral debili
ty hi the me of AyerS KarBiiparllla. It tones
Hid liivlcnratcs tho yitem, regulntci 11(0 action
at Hit) illuestho nid iisituillutivo orRnlis, and
vlhilltea tlia blooit.
It 1b, wltuout doubt, tlio
rt dlroviireil "-!!. D. Jobnton, Jr., 333 Atlantlo
i Hrool(lin.N. Y.
W. T. Meeau, DriiKRlit, AiiKtista, Oldo, cortl
Rett " f Imve bold Ayer' tvirnaparllla hero for
a er tlilrfy years and ul ays reconuneiid it when
uked I' luiuo the best blood-purlfler."
Dr, .loliu Itotrmaii, Jlorrlnaida, N, Y., writes!
In all dlscmes arliliiK from nn Impure and
(anted condition of thu Wood, there is no relief
i. prompt anil suru m that uflorded by Ayer's
James Jt. Williams. M. P.. of Sumner, Ark.,
i.ivss "Aycr's S-irMiparllla, forbulldhiR up tho
benlth peiicrally.dtands at the head of tho list."
I tuivo lined Aynr.s mtdlelnes In my family
tor years, and always keep u bottle of
laparllla in tho house. Wo could not do without
t."-Mrs. E. Thruvegen, Perth Amboy, N. J,
Hade by Dr. J, 0, Ayer St Co,, Lowell, Ham,
HOUSE, M and CARRIAGE PAIHHHS1
CONXUACT tVUUK A SPF.OIALXT..
Paper Hanging, Staining, and
Orders left at Fost ODlce will tccclvo prompt,
Postoffice News Stand.
For the Next Thirty Days, L
will continue to make one
dozenjphotos and one
life size crayon portrait for
3 1-plnt tin cups tor 5
Clothes pins, lc pr dos,
10 quart pall, IS cts.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Pealed proposals will bo received, at the ofllco.
of Hie Clerk oi the Board oi Education oi Per
ryeburi,' township lu Perrysburg, O., until 12
o'clock noon on tho
Second Saturday, the 12tli of July,
for building a brick school house situated on
tho old she in the southwest cornerot tho south
west quarter ot section twenty-three (28), town
(our (4), Uulted States Reserve, lu Bub-dUtrlot,
In suid township, according to plans and
f pudlicutlons on tile lu Bald office. Eich bid
must eonlaln the namo oi every person inter
ested hi the same and be accompanied by a
sufficient guarantee of some disinterested per
son that If tho bid is accepted a contract will be.
entered Into and tho performanco ot It properly
secured. Tho bid for each kind of material
called for by tho specifications must ba stated
separately, and the prices oi each given. And
the prices for labor must also be separately
stated. None but tho lowest responsible bid.
will be accepted, and the Board may reject all
uias, .uy oracr oi mo coara,
PHILIP WETZEL, Clerk.
June 14, 1690. 13d
And rurlty are guaranteed la Ayer's Sar
,sap;nlla, this medicine being compounded,
of the most poteut diuretics and alteratives,
llunco, for Wood Diseases, no other remedy
proyes at onco so effective and economical.
" I liavo received great benefit from tho uio of,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, pud have no hesitation In
declaring it to ba tho best of blood-purifiers."
,S. 1). l'eidon, II rearsall ave., Greenville, X. J.
" I recommend Ayer's SartaparUU In prefer-,
cuco to any other: first, because it it cheapen,
second, because I have moro confidence lo.it,?'
M. Leman, Druggist, Cincinnati, Ohio.
" It is my experience that Ayer Sarsaparilla,
bas no equal as a blood-purifier, especially.' for,
the cure of scrofula. We sell a luge quantity
of this valuable rreparatlou," Wm. B. Snydpr
of Snyder Bros,, Merchants, Itourlng Creek.Fa.,
"No medicine could be better adapted) to,
cleapslug the blood of such Impurities is maul-.
test themselves on the skin by pimples, sud
blotches, small ulcers, etc.. thin Ayer's Sarsa-,
parllla. I have used it for thut purpose with,
the most gratifying results." J. B. Itoteberrjr..
"We have sold Ayer's SarsanArllla for years,,
and it always gives satisfaction. Wa keep other
kinds,but find Ayer's docs moro good." MulUvt
& Sou, Gloucester, N. J.
Joseph Meyer, Jr., Druggist, Elrnlra, V. T
certifies i " I always recommend Aytr's 6ar-
because 1 know It to be the best blood-puriflci
Price $1; iizbottle$6. 'Vyorth$6aboUI
K IT IS THE BEST. TEBV
fj5 ... EASIEST TO USE. EB
BaH -: & THE CHEAPEST. KMi
s m m i mi n ni n m .