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E PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
VOL. XXXIX.-ED, L. BLUE, Publisher.
PERRYSBUEG, WOOD CO., 0., SATURDAY, MAR0H28, 1891.
$1.00 IN ADVANCE-NO
Auditor John II. Wilson
Cleric (if tlic Courts A. I.. Mulr
Probate Judge Frank Youiik
Treasurer V. It. Noycs
Recorder., Chris Pltikliclucr
Prosecuting Attorney A.J. Meant
Hhcrulir. AV. J). Ilrvimt
Surycyor W. II. Wood
1 V.. II. Iloverstock,
Commissioners Frank Thompson
fMlclinul Amos, Jr.
Infirmary directors -Wilson Patterson.
( 13. A. Underbill,
( Ailam B. Leydorf.
I V. Overlach,
'k.t tt 1r Unnl.tlilll
I P. lluekhonsc.
Mayor J. n. Tyler.
Clerk w.u. lCscott.
Treasurer C. A . Ilnmpton.
Marshal , Wm. Stickles.
IVmotprv Trnvtnofi -! A Wlllliimg
ll) K lloltenbeck
C. 1". Chapman,
(i. W. Hotrmaiiii,
Dr. I. S. Bowers.
"Just fits the hand."
NOBTHEBN WOOD 00UMTY NEWS.
Interesting Items from Neighboring Towns, Gath
ered, by Special Correspondents, for
school 12 m. Mr.
First FrcbvtorIan Church, Itov
Bcrviccs ,t0:4."i nm Sunday.
"Wednesday, 7 pm Sabbath
T. J. Obllnger Sup't. ,
Walnut St. Presbyterlnn church. Itcv. A P.
Johnson. Services Sunday iu.4" am Sabbath
echool 19 in Miss Mabel ljiin.iimn Sup't.
St. Itose do Limn Catholic Church. ltcv. G,
II. Ilelkon. Services Sunday H and in am
Vespers 3 pm Services every morning 8 o clock.
KvniiKcllcal C'hurch.-Hev. .1. S. Pittcrcr.
Bcrvlecs every alternate Sunday 10 am and 7::t0
pin Fraycr meeting Thursday night. Sabbath
school Hum Benjamin Zlngg, Sup't.
ilNTnim Itcfiirm. Services every nlternate
Sunday 10 nm and 7 pm Sabbath school 11:30
Pred'k l-eydorl. Sup't.
German Lutheran. ltcv. C V. Keating.
Services Snndav 19 am .0. K. Koating.Sup't.
Methodist i:plscoHil rhtirch. ltcv. J C
Shuw. Services at 10:4.'i am and 7::W pm.
rrayer meeting Thursday at 7 pm Sabbath
echool Dam Mr. Wm.Ilarton. Sup't.
German M. K. Church. ltcv. Wall. Services
10 nm cverv Sunday and 7:" pm every alternate
Bundav. Prayer meeting Wodne-day evenings.
Sabbath school 2 pm ltcv. John Yciiger, Sup't.
Fhoenlx Lodge, No 12.1 Y. ,t A. M.-K. L.
Blue. W. M. V. K. llollciibeek. See'y.
Secular Communications flint uml third Mon
davit of each mouth.
Fort Meigs Lodge. I. O. O. P. lingular meet
ings every lTlday night. Joe Italrd, N'. (i.
Wollord Post, Nh. .11, G. A. It. (.. It Scott,
Com. Junior Hiiyo-. AdJ't. Meetings
mcry Saturday night hi I O G T Hall
Tippecanoe Council. No. 37, N. I' .Dr. I, 8.
Bowers, President. Dr. J. P. Thompson. Pec v
Meetings second and fourth Tuesdays in
1 11 G T Hall.
Castle Perry No. K. G. It. P. L. Mnlir.
Com. 1. Wctrel, See'y. I. K. Hollenbeek,
rin.See'v. Meetings llrst and third Tuesdays
In 1 OG'T Halt.
Pcmsburg Lodge I. O. G. T. Meets every
Monday :'M i m In hall over Dunr.' bakery.
Miss Laura Hiving. C. T.
Lenox Soap lathers
freely in hard water.
Five cents a cake, (12 ounces.)
J. H. PIERCE, Prop.
Carriages ttirnii'lieil on reasonable terniR.
Verterinary Surgeon and Dentist
llOWLlNd GREBN, OHIO.
Will attend to nil calls by day or night
in any part of County.
IIKNKY II. DODGE.
JOHN W. CANARY
D. K. HOLLENBECK,
General Collector, Real Estate Agent.
Titles investigated and Abstract furnished
on appllcutlou. Notarj In Ollice.
Peoples' Theatre, Toledo.
BP.ADY & (l.MtWOOD, Munagers.
Week Commencing Mar. 30
Latest and (Jrcntcst Burcc-i. tho Grand Spec
"A BUNCH OF KEYS."
niatiitccv. XiioKilnj't Thursday and
DODGE & CANARY,
Attorneys at Law.
Ofneo Iteed & Merry Illock. Main Street,
Bowling Green, O.
Doors opon tit 1. Curtnin titSJp. m.
n-niowu. i Kvcnlngs, . c, 'J V. flV. .Vlcand 75c.
1 l .,&. jllt,KVSi &, osu ,! i,,
FURNITURE OF ALL KIHDS
. J. P. THOMPSON,
Office over Finklieiner's Store.
The Old Hartford Fire Insurance Go's
Kstabllshed 111 1791.
Offer the lowest rates mid pay all losses In fu
up to the face ol the Policy.
March LM. Miss Mnud Slglur, of
Gonoti,Bpont Sunduy with frionds hero.
Mrs. Mcachcra has returned from
hor visit, at Olmsted.
Miss Cora Wight's school has closed,
and sho is spending vncatlou at home.
Tho I. O. G. T's. aro going to give a
''buttor fly" socinl this evening.
Messrs. Cobb and Luttnan aro going
to manufneturo tllo this sutnmor.
Tho G. A. H. will glvo an entertain
ment and social, tho (1th of April.
Quartorly meeting will bo hold in
tho Methodist church next Sabbath.
Tho Reading circlo mot Wednesday
and organized. The following oilicers
Pros. Mrs. Sabius.
See. Mrs. Mcachem.
Trcns. Mrs. T. E. Wight.
School closes Friday, lor a weok's
March 23. The health is good in
and around Molino.
Next Tuesday will bo tho last day of
our winter school, and wo expect a
good time tho last day.
Corwln'.Waggorior of this placo had a
runaway and broke his cart in several
Isaac Wagoner has been laid up with
a lame arm all winter and is no hotter.
Ho expects to have an operution per
formed before ho can ontiroly recover.
Miss Nellie Jennings is going to
leave tho neighborhood this week and
expects to mako her future homo at
James Brandon has got a now Jiorse.
Tho Stony .Ridge correspondent,
through tho Sentinel, last week was
making his brags about their three
draymen. James s tys thut he can beat
them all three
B. M. Crandcl has sold his big team
to Cummiugs & Company.
Infirmary Director Isch reports that
there is a great deal of poor buslnoss
Fredorick Snydor of this placo is
feeding his milch cows on beets this
winter, but he says tho more corn meal
he nuts on the moro milk they will
give. It is hotter than barley straw.
Sam Herman grinds meal overy
Monday. Ho says ho ground 100 baggs
last Monday, and without stopping for
Our Doctor of this placo don't let
himself be heard of much.
10,071 ,,101) (15
Pine Parlor & Bod Eoom Suits,
Chairs, Tables, Lounges.
"Undertaking & Embalming
Only White Hoarse in County.
TOTAL 821,518,008 37
" L.OSSES 1WID...S120, 31)1, 010 18
N. L. HANSON, Agent.
Lumber and Shingles
S. P. TOLMAN,
James Johnston of Husk ins went
Wauseon on business this week.
Capt. W. H. Wetmoro was called
Perrysburg on account of tho death
his son-in-law, T. B. Obllnger.
Mrs. Osmond Wotmore is visiting
'riends nnd relatives it. Perrysburg.
A number of friends from this placo.
will attend tho fuuoral of T. B.
A very interesting programme was
presented at tho G. A. R. ia W. R. C.
cam) fit'o held a few evenings siuco.
P. E. Moagloy and wife hnvo gono to
Caldwell, Kansas, to visit thoir
daughter, Mrs. Dr. Robortson.
Mrs. M. M. Ellis of tho burg is visit
ing relatives hero.
Joseph Wilson is qulto ill.
Tho school in tho Keelor district
closed last Friday. Miss Belle Rydor
has bcou very successful as a teacher.
Miss Carrie Marron who lias bcou
teaching at Tontogiiny closed hor
school last week.
Tho roads aro very bad which
caused tho fnctorics to shut down.
Mr. Richardson has returned from
Mrs. Poo's school will closo to-day
and wo aro all sorry, as wo aro all
pleased with hor teaching.
Our Sabbath school has begun again
and wo hope it will continue.
Molloy Me Fadon has returned homo
Mr. Vanfleot has bought W. M.
Vanbuskirk's placo and; will begin
business in that block. W. M. will
Thomas Patrngo from Continental,
is sponding a few days with friends
Miss Lucy Smith is visiting a few
days with her mothor in Toledo.
Miss Louisa Vanbusklrk is yisiting
Churloy Scars Sundayed with his best
March 2(i. If exchanging of proper
ties is any sign of a boom, wo certain
ly ought to have ono here.
Ben Emch has sold his house and lot
to Herbert Cobb for $400 and bought J.
W. Nicholson for 800.
Chris Miller will run his meat wagen
ugaln this summer.
Miss Ellen Fitzgerald will sell at pub
lic auction on April 4, hor farm stock
and utensils. '
Tho Republicans havo notices posted
calling their caucus on April 4. Tho
Democrats will hold theirs on tho 3d.
An infant child of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jj
lius Huh n was buried on Sunday.
G. W. Brown closed a very success
ful term of school in tho Morse district
on tho'lllth instant.
James Gibson and four of the Brough
boys started last Tuchday morning for
J. n. Mitohol's living southwest of
Bowling Green, to shear 242 head of
sheep thut Mr. Gibson hud bought.
They linished their task and woro back
by 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. The
time actually employed in work was 12
hours and tho avorago was over (iO head
apiece. Let us hear from the next.
Thero was quarterly meeting ser
vices held at the church last Sunday.
Rev. Rhodes, of Fctoria, preached in
James Gibson shipped a car load of
shcop last week that averaged 131
pounds pei; head. They were of his
So, Lime City, you thing whon Brad
nor and Toledo collide we will bo
knocked clear out of existence Not
much, for wo are built on the rock
here, or within 12 feet of it at least.
Quite a numbor of tho voters aro dis
satisfied witli the idea of holding dele
gate conventions. Our centrul com
mitteeman was in favor of mass con
ventions and worked and voted that
22!H ELEGANT BOOK CASES
Which we will sell.
to close out our stock, as we have discontinued the retai
trade. These are bargains.
TOLEDO PARLOR FURNITURE CO.
84 & 3G STimmit St.,
TIIEPRICES WE ARE PLACING
In our stock will emtio a largo trade
(lilting llie Fall months.
THE CONANT BEOS,' FDRBITOBE CO.
A Roiuoily fertile Grippe.
A remedy recommended fur patients
nflllcted with the grippe is Kemp's
Unlearn, which h especially adapted to
disease of the throat and lung. Do
not wait for the first symptoms of the
disease, but ot n bottle nnd keep it on
hand for nt-o the moment it is needed.
If neglected thegiippo linn a tendency
to liriiii; on pneumonia. Ail druggists
null the Balsam.
Notleo to G'orrcHioii(lcntH.
Please send in your letters early.
wo wouia into to nave thorn reach us
not later than Wednesday, of each
All old physician, retired from ninctice. liav
liiK hud liliuud In bin hands by an Kust ludla
nilbsloiiary tnu (omiiiln of a hlinple vegetable
remedy for the speedy and permanent euro of
Cousiiiiiitiou, llionehltlx, Catarrh, Asthma mid
all throat and I.iuik All'ectlous. iiIh) a puslthu
mid radical euro for Nervous Debility mid all
KcrroiiH Complaints, after having tested Its
wonderful euratlrn jHiucrs In tlioiimmls of
rases, has felt it hit duty to inako It known to
his suflerlni; fellows. Autunted by this motive
nudndesiru to relicic human BUtferliiR, I will
tend fieo of churge, to all who desire it, this
recipe. In Uermaii, French or ICntillbli, with full
directions for prepmlut: and using. Beat by
mail by addressing with stamp, uamiiu: this
paper , W. A. Noves, 820 Powers' illock,
Itoclicstcr, X,Y, , CUzz
a ltmiL'ii r Kcj,
Commencing the week. Mond'iy
March 30, with Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday matinees at tho People's
Theatre, tho most successful and
funniest of Hoyt's comedies, as per
formed over 350 nights iu New York
City. A Bunch of Keys, or tho Hotel
by Charles M. Hoyt. Entlro change
und new specialties. Now feature
New Medleys. New Songs. New
Dances, and more fun ' than all others
combined. Seats secured without extra
cliurgo. 15, 25 und :!." cents.
"Lost in Sonnpw : Revkuie."
Here is ono of tho most pleasing Rev.
ories ever published. It Is transcribed
for piano by J. II. Eekor, of Toledo,
O.. one of tho most talented composers
and arrangers in America; gradual e
of tho Leipzig Musical Conservatory.
All lovers of this class of pieces should
not fall to send for a copy at once.
Mailed on receipt of 40c by Ign.
Pischor, Toledo, O. For stile at
A now correspondent in tho follow
ing towns: Hoskius, Hull Prairie,
Grand Rapids, Maumoo, Hobart,
Molino, Scoteli Ridge, Sugar Ridge,
Dunbridgo, Wulhridgo. Wo will glvo
liberal inducements. Writo for npar
ticulara. Address Journal, Perrysburg, 0.
on aro in u stua Fix
But wo will cure you ir you will pay
us. Our message is to the Weak, Ner
vous and Debilitated, who, by early Evil
Hnbits, or Later Indiscretions, have
trifled away their vigor of Body. Mind
and Manhood, and who Buffer alt those
effects which lead to Premnluro Decay,
Consumption or Ir.Biuiily. If this means
you, send for und ivml our Book op
Life, written by the greatest Specialist
of the day, nnd sunt, (sealed), by addres
sing Dr. Pnilter's Medital and Surgicul
Institute, 153 North Bptuco St.. Nash
ville, Teim. 27zz
"" A FANCY QUAINT.
I sometimes wish It wero really so,
As tho uuddlta devout declares.
That tho qoul at will could easily ro
From Its Meshy sheath unawares,
Flcety as wo wander In a dream.
Softly at from buds tho roses bloom.
Or as Uglitly as a golden beam
Villi In and out a dirkcued room.
Then lloat nbwo this rarth world.
As tho clouds In tho bluo o'erhcad,
With tho nplrlt's wlnss unfurled,
AVanilerlnj as tho Impulse led.
It this fancy quaint wero really so,
As tho Uuddha devout deelarci,
Couldn't you tell where first I would go,
And steal upon whom unawares?
Swiftly as moonlight creeps on the tldo,
Lightly as pcrfumo floats thro' tho air,
I'd waft myself, dear love, to your side,
ICIshIui; away all traces of care.
Then lloat aliovo this earth worldf
Perhaps? I cannot know nor aay; 6
When round you my spirit furled,
I might forfeit this life to stay.
New York Herald.
THE SONG OF THE 30W.
Keen and low
Doth tho arrow sing
The Sons of tlio Bow,
The bound of tho string.
Tlio fchafts cry shrill:
Let us forth again;
Let us feed our fill
On tho fle-li of men.
Greedy and fleet
Do wi lly from far,
Ltkf the birds that meet
Vor tho feast of war
Till tho air of fight
With our wings bo stirred,
An.it whirls from tho flight
Of tho raiening bird.
Like the Hakes that drift
On tho Miow-w ind's breath,
llatNy and mv If t.
Ami winged for death
Greody u:l lleet,
Do v.o tieed from far,
LIko the birds that meet
On tho biidge of war.
Fleet as ghosts that wall,
When tho dart strikes true,
So the swift shafts hail, j
Till they drink warm dew.
Ke( n and low
Do tho gray shafts sing
The Song of tho Bow,
Tho bound of tho string.
Tho World's Deilre.
THIS WAY I.llUtAllY.
Tenth Annual lteport to tlio Council ot
tho Vlllngo of Vcrrj-Hburjr.
In complinnco with tho ordinance
onacted for tho government of tho
Way Library, wo submit tho following
as our tonth annual roport :
Statoinont for tho year onding March
March 1, To Balance charged
to Corp.Trea Sfi'.n.Ks
March IS, " Fines collected.... HUH t
April 'is, " " transferred
from Kxii Kiiiii.., 11.05
Oct -. " Itetiirued by 11. K.
t II LOT,
Sept 1, To Interest on Endow
ment ehnrccd Corn 1 teas... I.i0.00
Fehy VCS, To Fines collected. H.77
Jiincti. lly !1 vols Cent. Diction
ary $ . I M
Aug lly Brown, Kagcr .t Hull
bill of books HIS f.2
Aug 1 1, lly Freight and dray-
ago on oookh
Sept 'A',, lly Brown, Kager &
Hull, bill books and Kx
Oct 'M. lly A . 1'. Johnson, hooks
Dee 17, lly Vol I Cent. Diction
ary and Kx
March 1, Bal charged to Corp
Treas. March 1, WH
12 BO 259 KJ
$ 017 11
CUHKENT EXPENSE DR..
Tho Value of Greenbacks.
in 1802, when tho greenbacks first wont
into circulation, their price hi gold for
tho entire year averaged about 8S.U cents
on tho dollar, their highest being 98.5
and their lowest 75.0. In 1803' they
ranged from 02.3 to 79.5, in 18W from
38.7 to 07.3, and in 1S05 from 40.3 to
70.4. Tho year 1801, which was tho
darkest period of tlio war, saw the gov
ernment currency at its lowest value nnd
gold at its greatest premium. After tho
war. of course greenbacks increased in
value, although with some fluctuations.
At the beginning of 1879, when specie
payments wero formally resumed, green
backs went to par with gold, and havo
remained there ever since. St. Louis
March 1. To Balance on baud... f :it VI
May 27, To Transferred by
Aug 2.1. To Ain't certillcd by
Co Auditor. IK!) !i3
1'eb'y 2fi. ToAm't certified by
Co Auditor. 253 75 8 023 CO
April 2, By Fines transferred
10 hook i' und an u
IlaiiFon. As't. fuel.
. Hanson, bee. Postal
WON IIV AMKICICANM.
The Leading; I'rizcs Como to tlio
In The Qupen's Inst word contest. Dr.
Ediuoud T. Stevens, of BuIThIo, N. Y,,
won ih) first prize of a free trip to
Europe nnd $200 in cah, and Annie
BT Turner, of Depcsit, N. Y., secured
the special piize uf a handsome, Shet
The publishers of this well-known
Mngiizino have.dccided to offer one more
Competition, nnd to the persons sending
them the largest lists ot Ingush words
(of not less Hum fonr letters) construct
ed from lt'lteis contained in tho three
words "Dominion of Canada" they offer
many useful prizes, including $750 in
cub. ponies, China Dinner Sets, Gold
Watches, FtenchMusic Boxes. Portiere
Curtains, Silk Diesses, Mantle Clocks,
etc, all to hi' nwaiiletl strictly in order
of mi-lit. An elegant Silver Tea Service
(valued S30) will he given cuch dny to
the prisons fiom whieh the largest list
is reeeeivnl that day fiom tho State in
which tht-y ict-ide. The object of these
Speciiil Daily l'nzes for each Stale is to
increase inierehi in 'J he Queen's Com
petition m iui' locality in the United
States. 'Ihore desiring to conttBt for
one of these valuable prizes may btnrt
on their list at once, but Bead us six
U. S. 2c. ftiuiips, mid receive last num
ber ot The Quei:n with full particulate
befoii" liu warding vniir list. Address,
THE CANADIAN QUEEN,
Tin onto, Canada.
" T. B. Obllnger, rcglslir Mips
" E. L. Kingsbury, bill Mar 1 1
" Interest ou protested orders
" Llbraiian'A salary and rent..
" Insurance on Library
" O. Taylor, labor.
ii. cook, urnyiiig. 2j '
Balance with Corp. Treas. Mar
1, HI S220 05 S 828 C2
Thero is nn apparent balanco to
credit of Book Fund of $917.14, whereas
the Corp. treasurer's books show a
balanco of only $17.14
This descropancy is due to tho fact
tho Council has failed to pay oyer to
tho library board tho interest on tho
Endowment fund of $15,000 duo March
1, and Sept 1, 1890.
Tho interest duo Sept. 1, 18S9 waa
paid over April 8, 1890.
In additlon.to this balanco thero Is
now duo (March 1, 1891,) from tho
corporation $450 moro, making a, total
credit to tho book fund of 1867.14
whi'o in fact tho board is compelled to
pay interest on its orders protested
for want of funds.
Tho following is a summary of tho
Librarians roport for tho year.
Ijoolcs drawn Irom tlio Library:
Mental and Moral Scienco 11
Naturul History 4
Natural Science S3
Education and Teaching 85
Essay and Miscellany 72
Useful Arts 27
Flue Arts - 14
Poetry and Drama 191
Travels, Voyages and Geog :I7G
Gen. Romance 122
Total last year 871M
Monthly avcrago 1891 782
" " 1890 733
Fines collected $ 8.77
Number of books in library Mar
1, 1S90 2904
Number of books added during
Number of books in library Mar
1,1891 '. 3277
N. L. HANSON, See'y-
Far Seeing: 1'oopio
Arc mostly successful. Their perception of
opportunities, where others hco nothing, is
tho secret of tnelr success. Those who tiuvel
tho Huckeo Itouto In their journeys to and
from homo find much to surprise and please,
and their far seeing propensities In selecting
this "popularllno" saves ihem many a penny
In the purchase of tickets,
Thousands of people travel the lluckcvo
Itoute every year In prufeienco to nil others.
Thy ijiicxllou arises why? Bmius'., tlio equip,
mentiiiid loud bed of tho lluekejo ltoulo Is
uiicM'cllcd. Ilecaum every posslolu enmrnrt is
ollereil tho traveling publlo enrout to Chicago.
Detroit. Toledo. I'oincroy. and Athens and all
iiolnlx in the North West South and Fast. Any
.Agcul o(lho luekeu ltontowilj ho pleased to
glvo yon Information eoucerhig routes, tlmo of
trains, prleo of tickets, etc., If you will willo or
call upon them. W'.IIil'ISHKIt,
500 ' tlen'l Pass. & Ticket Act. Columbus, O,
L. M. Frless to M. B. Rider, lots,
Bowling Green, 84."0.
D. Loomls to S. 1). Loomls, 20 acres,
HenrvMcEovon to M. D. McErvon,
SO acres, Perry, (I(HM.
Win. Stonor to Fred J. Puso, 00
acres, Luke, $2o00.
A. E. Phillips to Lueindti Phillips.
2oJ U. S. R., $100.
Ypsihiuti Phillips to A. E, Phillips,
.lOjacres, U. S. u., iuu.
J. m. ci'hn to w. a. -Myers, lot,
Bowling Green, $150.
Surah Baumuurdnor to E. W. Baum-
gardnor, lots, Freoport, $1800.
Li. U. Mliuui'ii to syivcsior wuourn,
strip, Mungon, $o.
Amos Strickor to II. J, Pearsoll,
lot, North Baltimore, $250,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was tick, wo gave hor Castoria.
When sho was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When sho became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When shohad Children, she gavo them Castoria.
The electors of the incorporated village ol
Peirvsburg. mo hereby notified that an election
wilt be hold la said villiiKcut Hit usual places of
MONDAY, APEIL 6, 1891,
from ii o'clock a. m. to ii o'dock p.m. of said
dny. at which time and place ou will east your
Three members of the Vlllngo Council and
for one Ceuielery Trustee for said corporation.
J. It. TYI.Elt, Mayor.
Pursuant to the Mnlulcs or Ohio, It becomes
my duty to notify nil tho Millions nnd places
uhero Illinois are sold at retail to eloso their
places of uusiiii'si on
MONDAY, APEIL 6, 1891,
between tho hours of ti o'clock n. m. and G
o'clock p. in.
Any violation of this proclamation will bo
prosecuted according to law.
,, , Witness my hand and tho seal of
ska I. said Incorporation this 2Slh day of
J It. TYI.KIt, Mayor.
tiuiiimorciiit Dion, Attention.
You can Hire money by purchasing ono o
the new Buckeye Interchangeable uiihme hooks
Issued by the Columbus, Hacking Valley &
Toledo lt'y. They aro good over twelve dlirercnt
roads und sold at tho low intuof twenty dollars
eacu. i'iir liiuiiciiiiirsiiiuuiio oi Agcuis, iiuck-
.. ii, risiier, ucnerai
oyo llimto or mil ress
Piiisvnser Agent, Columbus, O,
To Tay Way Library Iudchledncss.
WnriiKAs The Vlllngo of Perrysburg Is
Indebted to tho Way Library li'iuid to tlio
iimonnt of $15.01)0 and
WiihiibAb Hnlil Indcblcdiiess can legally lie
paid In safe public Interest bearing securities.
Therefore bo II
Jtcfiitifil That tho gas bonds which tlio yillago
ot Pcrrjsbnrg are to receive from tho city of
Toledo til paymeiit for gas pipe bu transferred
toStho Way 1-iiiid In liquidation of above men
And Lie it further
J.Vmfifif-Thnt the Trasurer of the Yillnso ot
Perrysburg bo nnd Is hereby Instructed to uso
any money which may como Into his possession,
from tho sale of the village plant In the pur
chase of above mentioned bonds to an amount
ulllcleut to cover Mild ludebtediiets tlio sanio
to be transferred to Way Library Fund us abovo
This ordinance slinll be in force from and
after ten dnjs after Its juissngo and publication.
Y M. BAlflO.N, President pro tern.
Passed March 21, 1W1. B