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PEERYSBUBG, WOOD 00., 0., SATUEDAY, MAY 9, 1896.
$1.00 IN ADVAN0E.-N0. 8
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report.
A SURE THING
- . AN1J - -
Arthur E. Hitchcock,
CM nd 431 Gnnlnrr RuUtllng,
TOLEDO, - OHIO.
J. E. SHATZEL,
and NOTARY POBLIC.
Prompt attention glw n to nil busmni.
COLLECTING A HPKCIAl.TY.
Offlcc over Exchange Bank.
BOWLING GREEN, O.
D. K. H0LLENBE0K,
PKRUYSnUHO, - OHIO.
GENERAL COLLECTOR AND HEAL ES
Titles InvestigMcd nml alis-tracts lumlshcd on
application. Notary in Qflkc.
- - NOTAEY PUBLIC.
Manufacturer of "Auditor," "Jack
Pot," and other brands of fine cigars.
PLOTJB AND TEED.
Always the beat of everything at
"j. Q. HOFFMANN'S GK00ERY.
j. 0. COLE.
F. J. CHASE.
COLE & CHASE,
OMHlA BLOCK, BOWLING GREEN, O.
HErSTH.DODQE. JOHN W. CANARY.
DODGE & CANARY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Otic In Reed & Merry Block, Main St.
BOWLINQ QBEEN, 0.
HENRY E. ROETHER,
PHTBICIAH AND BUEOEON.
Offlee Second Stiett.
Bctaki Qrmui and EiigliKb. Calls promptly
ftnrwcd. Residence West Front Street.
Br. Frederick L Mil
Booms 602, 603 604,
NATIONAL UNION BUILDING.
Offlee HourB: 9 to 11 a. m.. 1 to 4 and
T to 8 p. m. Long Distance 'Phono 1519.
TEA CLUB ORDERS.
Wewlllp'i-eitt olilir. a WO IMrco Jjn.
B-1l.li mir.T !, or a l' pl.-oo nn
SlUh !.( ri HI MM. t IjiiIIbs netting up a
Sub Mi! ,..r.iliuv our I'eim mill UaKllllJ
Powdir i.. k-.i .-utirj ttl.fAflo.i. 'luis is an
DliiuiT m t .ir lloluxiiu Kct free. make this
otter to iuiriMiiro our Teas and Baking Powder
to the rvi.Vrs ..I ilii, p.t. Kor fuilparticulars
write oi .ill ..n A '"lir.r.'.OM. Irupotter of
TL.. CM .-U3iu.lt dUToleuu. U. Iteference.
Tic Eita Banking Go.
CAPITAL! STOCK. $50,000
0KCOB OnVIS, Promt.
C. p. CftoPMHNi Vloe Proat.
Ja. It. iRflSOH, Cosh, and Gan'l Tag.
John Peiuun, D. K. IIou.v.neck
J. G. Huffman, Jacou Davis,
Frank powkll, .1. O rnoui
N. L. Hanko. K L Kinusuuuy
I'. A. Wutmoue.
ii.iu.1... .t......Liiu i..iikw t.iinifiv. well1 fnnMfri
aaddouioli-eX'li.Mico. bu 'I -'tI drnfU I
Vond, culu, miirt. iiiurlgages nd pays iuttrtsi
a tlm dpilu.
low Hate of
If Taken Soon.
C. A. POWERS.
AGENTS WANTED ffiJS McKINLBT.
Wo wnt Dright men and women everywhere
. iikh. i,iSrUi,iiv ni ih i.riiilnni iidvotato
WMvu.w r J . -.,.
lor bustlers, for n. Is a book tbo people wont.
JX .ot . ;i. Rni.i..,,ivtwfciihsiritiiinii und
tiramntrv. mm iriii hi iiiukwiul wiii iuu tint.
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MrUUon cbunccri iuld. leaving vruUU clear.
T&fiinmmiXW-mKVBWM WAU ON8AMB TEUM3.
Mourning llado to Order
The Largest Assortment of
IN THE OUT.
1005 Adams St., Toledo, Cor. 10th. Next to Church
5-quart porcelain kettle with
one pound baking powder,
ij4 lb. can baking powder
with patent bread knife, 25c.
5 lb. pails "Bon bon" baking
powder for 50c.
2 lb. cans best baking powder
for 25 cents.
Lunch pails with one pound
tobacco, 25 cents.
20 lbs. dried peaches, Si. 00.
14 lbs. dried apricots, 1.00.
Estate o Levlnia See, deceased.
The titKlerflRiipit lias bem Appointed mid
qunlillcil us mlmliitatniUr ot the estate of I.e
vinli See, late of ood couniy. Ohio, deceased.
BENJAMIN F SEE.
Dated this April 24th. 1SK. 7d
Earl D. Cluus
Mary E. Claus.
In the Probate Court, Wood County, Ohio,
Mary E. Claus, defendant, who resides at
Colfax, WUlrmnn county, in the State of Wash
ington, will take notice that on the UOth day of
April, u. l&yti. jan u. umus nieo ins peuiioa
In the Probate Court ol Wood county, Ohio, in
nn m linn In which Earl B. Clans isnlnlntllf and
Mnry K. Claus Is defendant praying for a di
vorce from the said Marv E. Claus. on the
ground of gross neplect of dnty and willful ab
sence for more than three years last past on the
part of said defendant, and that lie may have
all proper relief In the premises.
Said cause will be lor hearing on and after
June 6, 1S9G.
EAItL B. CLAUS.
James & BcvnnsxocK.
6f Plaintiffs Attorneys.
One-third off the regular price Is just as good
as railroad fare. We do work the most reason
able of nny dentists in the State. You can "oave
your work done any day. Teeth filled without
I pain. Teeth extracted without pain una no gap.
liridgewnrk guaranteed for tenvears. 1'arttal
plates $1.50 up; full plates from $5 DO up. Tem
porary sets put in same day teeth are extracted.
A written gnaranteefor FIVE years with all
work. JfevYork Dental Parlors, 313 bum mlt
Street, Toledo, Ohio.
THE MEEEELL BUGGY, IMPLEMEMT
AND SEED 00.
MJPEKIOIl SI'., XOIjUDO, OHIO
Are in the market dullly SELLING
Binders, Mowers, Threshing Outfits,
Hay Presses. Feed Mills and a full line
of general Farm Implements. Also
Flold and Garden Seeds. Write us for
prices on what you want and we will
mall you catalogues and circulars.
for our travelling men, they are out to
show goods and TO SELL. They want
vour order and are- instructed to malte
prices way down. 5d
Onion Seeds, Onion Sets, Field Pens,
Barley. Spring Barley and Wheat,
Oats, Potatoes, and all kinds of Clover.
Grass, and Field Seeds.
Clark's Cutaway Disc Borrows.
Clipper Grain and Seed Cleaners.
Bicycles, Bucgies, Wagons, etc.
We can make you low prices, so call
at our storo or write for circular and
THE HENRY PHIHrTS SEED & IMP. CO.,
lib and 117 fat. Clair Street,
M TOLEDO, OHIO.
I employ no agents or canvassers. In
order to secure the bargains I am
you must eoruo to the store,
421 SUMMIT STREET.
Tho following are somo of tho bargains
81.10 paper per double roll, gilt 75 cts
l.fti paper per Ooublo roll, gilt M eta
.75 paper per double roll, gilt 40 cts
.CO paper per double roll, gilt 30 cts
,40 paper per double roll, gilt !U cts
.on minor hit ilouhlu roll. L'ilt 15 cts
.SO nancr nor double roll. Kilt Viy, els
lOe white blanks, at 10 cents per doublo roll,
10c whlto blanks, at 8 cents per double roll.
100 brown blanks, at A cents per doublo roll.
And other bargains too numerous to mention.
I carry the largest line of retail Wall
Pupar in the State of Ohio,
421 Summit St., - TOLEDO, O.
to act as agents on our now book. A snipmo ana
of nrotectfou, nnd our next president. A gold mlno
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Agents ,1a tbo Held uio ulreaay ciaitrinu ironi iu
exclusive territory given. Time is money. Act
,.... I, tlut tlnlfl it itlrintil " nlii.tr 111 IP If
I)mi tntmii ir IIIUW
UN TllUti utid triuif-
Addreea tho publltbers, The N. G. Hamilton rub.
Our little city is bound to grow lnrg
or. Another now addition is about to
bo added. S. A. Angus Is laying out
his land cast cf tho T. & O. C. depot in
lots, and it is eafo to say before tho
leayes fly again thcro will be several
fine residences in that addition.
Murrin & Koehlinger, propriators of
tho Vienna bakery and ico cream pal
lors, have given thoir plnco a general
repairing, and it i3 very neat in ap
H. G Algyer'a new resldonco on Bry
ant avenue is fast nearlng completion.
The K. of P. and Maccabees lodges
are doing some fino work. Degrees
are being conferred at every meeting
and they are rapidly growing in num
Mayor Edgar has Issued his prolama
tlon of election to bo held on Tuesday
nest, May 12, for tho purpose of elect
ing two councllraen to fill tho unex
pired terms, caused by tho resignation
of J. F. Ross nnd B. C. Harding.
Frank Law is erecting a residence In
the Angus addition.
Chas. Richards has enlarged his res
idence and made other improvements
Miss Dora- Wirebaugh's new resi
dence is about completed and adds one
more to the list of fino dwellings In that
part of town.
G. H. Riley now occupies his new
residence in the Sage addition.
A. G. Argue, who had the misfortune
to sprain his ankle some weeks ago, is
able to walk around again.
Surveyor Wenz of Perrysburg, is en
gaged in laying out town lots here this
Mrs. Chas. Griffith of Bradner was
tho guest of friends in town on Friday
W. S. Curtis of North Slar, Mich.,
visited friends in town over Sunday.
J. M. Good rick and wife visited their
dausrhter. Miss Mabel, at Bowling
Mr. Knull of Perrysburg, visited
friend? in town this week.
Claude Smith was tho guest of North
Baltimore frlunds on Thursday last,
Mrs. Jno. Brandon is quite sick.
C. J. Feltman and Ervo Newcomer
were in Toledo Tuesday.
A number of our boys attended the
base ball games at Glhsonbure and Rls
ingsun on Sunday last.
Prairie Depot base ball team has re
organized. They have a good club this
season nnd expect to do somo Hue play
ing. They will play at Glbsouburg on
Saturday next and expect to have a
game on their homo grounds Sunday.
A. A. Rosenborger, who has been
visiting friends here for several days,
returned to his homo In Cleveland on
J. H. Stuckey of Bellovue, tailor for
E. M. Wolf, was in town Sunday.
Frank Diver of Toledo, was homo
Mr. Lloyd of Bradner, called o:i his
son Arthur on Monday last.
Many of our citizens anticipate at
tending Ritigling Bros, show at Toledo
Tho lady Maccibces and Mnccabco
lodge will nlvc tin ioc cream suppernnd
cake walk at K. of P. hall on Saturday
Mr. Roberts and wife woro guests of
friends In Fremont Sunday.
Prairie Depot has several lady bicy
clists this season.
Miss Pearl Arguo of Toledo was tho
guest of Miss Mubel Penuell a few days
Joo Goodrick now rides a now Clove
land bike, purchased last week of New
comer & Co.
C. Waurabaugh of BluiTton. was shak
ing hands with his many friends hero
B. Fowler, who has been cooking at
tho Freoport houso Tor several months
past, has resigned his position and ex
pects to sail on tho lakes this season.
O. D. Finch and lady friend were the
guests of friends at Woodvillo Sunday.
H. Wllley, pharmacist for D. G.
Joffroy, left town several weeks ago,
and as nothing has been heard from
him since, his friends are growing anx
ious abijut his whereabouts.
John Fallmaii called on his best girl
hiBcSren Cry for
Children Cry for
IS THE NEW ELEOTEIO LINE
Connecting Perrysburg and Bow
Contrai'tH It Mr STntcrlnl hnil Work to
Yes it's n Buro thing that tho new
electric railway will bo constructed
connecting Perrysburg and Bowling
Green just which route will bo adopted
is not officially announced.
The Toledo Courier says:
Although tho contract for grading
and building tho road bed of tho new
electric road to Bowling Green has not
yet been let. so far as known, some con
tracts for material wero closer last
Notablo among these was a contract
secured by W. H. Doylo of Detroit for
furnishing the tics for tho road. Tho
delivery of these will begin this week,
and according to contract, all the ties
required to complete tho contract must
be delivered by May 20th.
Another contract let during the last
day or so was secured by Tho M. H.
Loud Lumber Co. of Oscoda, Mich.
This company got the order for all the
poles, agreeing to deliver them on or
before May 20th.
Tho right of way question is jiot .yet
settled by an v means, and the proeo;ka foi..10fi baweIa tlt tho len9tnnd tho
tors are busy figuring out this perplexrf1nB.roua frlcnda ot UlQ memboM f
ing phase of the question.
Cure lor muscular ItliciiniutlHiii.
Mrs. R. L. Lamson, of Fairmount,
Illinois says: 'My Sister used Cham
berlain's Pain Balm for muscular rheu
matism and it effected a complete cure.
I keep it in the houso at all times and
have always found It beneficial for aches
and pains. It is the quickest cure for
rheumatism, muscular and lameness I
have ever." For sale by A.- R. Champ
On Tuesday, April 2S, occurred tho
death of Mrs. Swigart, an old pioneer.
The little son of John Dawson and
wife is ill with lung fever.
Mrs. Fred Ptucrt who has been ill
tho past four mouths is slowly recov
ering. Miss Emily Worth is very ill at this
Misses Carrie Thomas, Edith Johns
ton, Etta Decker, Myrtle Barns, Mrs.
Osborne and Lela Hoagland attonded
tho Y. P. S. C. E. convention at Ton-
logany Friday and Saturday. Thoy all
report a splendid time.
Mrs. H. P. Bernthistlo entertained
Mrs. Ovitt of Hull Prairie Tuesday.
H.isklns is still Improving. Mr.
Regal Is erecting a two story dwelling
and John Watts is building a new
house for his pumper, and several
others are repairing.
Mrs. John Wheeler of Toledo visited
S. Wheeler and family last week.
John Griner wont to Toledo last
Wednesday on business.
Mrs. E. Simmons culled on Mrs. C.
F. Rider arid Mrs. E. A. Cox last Tues
H, V. Burns of Buffalo, Is spending
tho week In bls vicinity looking after
bis business Interests.
Mrs. J. Thompson of Toledo was hero
on business one day last week.
Miss Mary O'Rourko of Toledo, vislt
ou her mother last Sunday.
Misses Katie and Anna Riohm went
to Ada last Tuesday morning to spend
tho week with their brother George,
who is attending college at that place.
Mrs. L. J. Ross entertained her sis
ter of Toledo, on Monday.
O. Eddo'man returned last Saturday
from an extended hunting trip up
C. F. Rider and wife entertained Mr.
R.'sbrothor and sister of Tontoguny,
hist Suturday and Sunday.
A numbor of tho littlo folks gathered
at tho homo of C. Dolletto last Tuesday
and surprised their little daughter
Allle. All report a good tlmo.
Mrs. Warner of Walbridgo and Mies
Adel Shoyar of Toledo, woro guests of
Einorotta Warner lust Thursday,
Mrs. H. Coy and two sons of Toledo,
visited Mrs. O.'s parents, J. Tlnuoy's
Tourist (up In tho lumber region)
"Theror doesn't seem to bo.inuch to sea
Practical resident "No; but there's
lets' to saw." Judge.
STRIKE IT RICH
In the Dunbridge Field,
Tho Well Proven tlio Territory to bo
The Dunbridge oil'lield, which somo
people wero inclined to think was
dwindling down, has hod anothor boom
by reason of the well which came In on
Thursday night last.
The well is on tho Joo Speck farm
which lease is owned by tho "Big Six"
company of Perrysburg, and unless it
is a good one all tho signs are off.
James Gillespie, who has the con
tract for drilling, noticed evidence of
oil and stopped drilling in ordor to get
a tank inareadincss. Tho tank was so
cured barely in time when tho well
All indications noint to ItR hp.inn-
Iho company congratulate tho "Big 0"
on their success.
Tho Troy Oil company of Toledo, has
just completed and shot well No. 13, on
the Rolfes farm, in section 25, Troy
township. Wood county. Tho shot
blew off tho crown pulley and the well
Is reported to be showing for a big one.
The same company has completed No.
1 on the F. Rolfo farm, in section 23,
same township, and it is also roported
showing for a fair well.
Tho Schlect Oil Co. is composed of
Messrs. Wm. Schlect, F. J. Matzlnger,
N. Wedertz and Henry Uthoff, nnd
they have a section of good territory
near Dunbridge, on which they are
drilling a well. The driller has a little
bad luck with the drilling, but will
Soon have the well drilled in. There is
every reason to believe the territory to
0 0 0
Good wells are getting very
the Perrysburg township line.
May 4. Theiu Is considerable excite
ment It tho oil field at present. Sever
al bad reports have gone out about this
field which tiro lalso In tho strongest
sense of tho word. Tho Dunbridge oil
field is here to stay and we are ablo to
prove it. Operators are coming horo
Two wells, the Jackson No. 1 and
Speck No. 1, both came in at "io barrels.
Sutton No. 1 Is down about 000 feet
anil Sullivan No. 1 is pounding away at
1 on tho pump station is!
down 000 feet and the drillers have
been working with a crooked holo for
tho past two weeks. They have con
cluded to move the rig and drill a new
Well No. 1 on the Henry farm is
down ubout 300 foot.
Mrs. Wetmoro of Toledo is herd vis-itln-'
her duuuhters. Me&damcs Humii-
tton and Hale.
Three blind men hero Saturday eve
ning giving nn entertainment.
Miss Anna Davis of Bowling Green,
was visiting her mother over Sunday.
Joe Soger was over at Rudolph Fri
day and Saturday.
There will bo an tee cream social at
G. A. R. hall', Friday evening, May 8,
given by tho Dunbridge cadets, and tho
proceeds will be used to purchase uni
forms for them.
How to Trout u Wife.
(From Pacific Health Journal.)
First, get a vilo; second, bo patient.
You may have great trials and perplex
ities in your business, but do not there
fore, carry to your homo a oloudy or
contracted brow. Vour wife may have
trials, which though of less magnitude,
may bo hard for her to boar. A kind
word, a tender look, will do wonders in
uhuslug f i out hor brow all clouds of
gloom. To this wo would add always
keep a botllo of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in the house. It is tho best
and Is suro to bo needed boonororlator.
Your wife will then know thut jou ro
ally euro for her und wish to protect
her health. For salo by A, It. Chump-ney.
NEW THINGS IN COLD MINING.
A Striking Decrease in the Coat of (tat
ting the Metal.
A quarter ot a century haB wrousfht
a complete revolution in gold mining,
Rays tho Boston Globe. Not only has
placer raining largely given war to
lode mining but In the latter th metli
ods In voguo hear little resemblance i
those of no farther back than, say, 187ft.
Two signal Items In the lino ot progrew
hnve been tho Introduction of high ex
plosives and Improved drills. In 1870
dynamite was unknown. So was Iho
compressed-air drill. At that time It
cost something like ?14 or JIB, in this
country at least, to drift a loot in or
dinary rock and ore. Today it coats
less than ?5. Twenty-five yeara nga
the average expenso of "stoplng" that
Is, of getting out the ore after it had
been reached by a tunnel or shaft
was about $2.50 a foot Today It 1 ia.
tho neighborhood of 05 cants. Tho man
agement of a gold mine In this day Is
little short of an exact science applied
with rigid economy. With the old
wasteful and expensive methods It is
safe to say that half tho mlnea now
In operation would not be In existence.
Along with the Improved methods has
come a Rtpady fall In the price of every
thing that entera into the working or
mine. There are very lew great pro
ducers at the present time which d
not have ready access to the railroads.
with cheap transportation charges aad "
cheap supplies. In the good old days
teaming was wont to bring ?16 a day;
now it will not bring over ?4. Candton.
which used to cost ?20 a box, now oost
less than $5. Giant powder, walck
used to sell at $1 a pound, now Drugs ,
only 12 and 14 cents. The prices c,
fuses per thousand feet has dropp4 .
from 530 to $G, Iron from 20 cents a
pound to 3 cents, Btoel from 40 cents
to 9 cents, shovels and picks from ?15B
and 53.75 to X each. And smettlnB ,
charges have been reduced from S59
and ?G5 to from ?10 to 14. In Colored
oil Is now largely used for this pur-,
pose, and where it once cost 93 a g&Uoa
It now brings only 15 er 20 -cents. Th
opening of the conl fields of Colorado.
Wyoming and other western states has.
cheapened the price of coal In almost
equal degree. Averaging this striving
fall In prices, a western mining author
ity computes that ?2 will buy the sama
mining supplies which cost ?100 taj
1S70. Meanwhile, an ounce of gold Is
worth In coin ?20.67, Just as it was
twenty-five years ago. and tor that?
matter, lust "as It waslhoro than halt
i.:.. ..,- ir -m -r.-r;. iL
a century ago.
Cyanide, clorinatlon, brcminatlon anfl j
other similar processes havo taken tho j
place of tho old and extravagantly j
wasteful devices, and ores that yielded
?8 or 510 a ton by amalgamation now
return doublo the amount, while ths
expense of treatment Is far less,
A WINDOW MIRROR.
Trnnsnnrniit From the Ii.kI.1b,
l.noltlnc Clluia Outride.
A transparent mirror was brought
from Germany to this country a tew
months ago by a New York Arm and ths
perplexing properties of the glass t-'
cited much curiosity. It was at once.
In demand for many purposes and hs
same firm Is now engaged In importing
it In large quantities. It Is still a hot-'
elty, und some Bcreens, made of this
glas3 hayo recently been piacea us
salo at one of the local stores. They
are probably the first to be vlowed la
this city. The coating Is placed on ons (
side of the glass just the same as the
silvering on the mirror nni.52.5yi
same properties of reflecting the rays ot i
light and color. Tho difference, how
ever, Is that when looked at from the
back the coating Is entirely transpar-i
ent. To one sitting Indoors the view
without is not obstructed In tho least, '
but a pedestrian peering Into the win-,
dow or doorway Is greeted by hl3 owa
reflection. The glass 1b used largely la
lieu ot screens where privacy is do-1
sired without obstruction of light from
the outside or barring the vision at
those Inside, ft was Introduced with'
effect first In a New York club window.
Behind It the chappies could Bit and
ogle tho girls and vlow the passing
throng without being themselves ob
served. Its use was also resorted to in
cafea, where It offered privacy to those
lounging inside, while the latter had
an undlaturhed view ot the street.
Should the comet nwlpe a few elo
quent pujilllsts, would they he nilstT
AH nations will havo to take wntir
as soon as Kaiser Billy gets his navy
When Baby iv.h gtelr, wo pnro brr Castoria.
Wbeu alio was a Quid, she cried for Castoria.
When bhu became Miss, sho clung to Castoria.
When sho had Children, aba gave tbeui Castorf. j
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