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For tho next thirty days
I will contiinio to muko ono
do.cii photos mid ono llfo
sl'.o crayon portrait, for
S3 76. Puhl, Mftumoo.
They May be Had at
We recommend
to be made by
our Shoes
; Locals In thls column 5 cents per Uric.
Eire Sale.
A small stock of Boots, dry goods,
laces, collars, mid othor articles saved
from llro will bo sold lit. utmost any
prico to got rid of them as I don't want
to put thorn In tho now stock. Call at
my residence. Joseph Wolf.
Flrnl l'lr.-l Flrot
, $1,00(1 worth of harness, robes, blank
ots, whins, otc, which wore slightly
injured by tho recent firo, will bo sold
at very low prices. These goods wero
not burned nor scorched, but wero
9lmply soiled in removal. A good
chanco to secure bargains. Goods sold
for cash or time. Next door to post
offlco. Wm. Schlkgt,
Porrysburg, O.
Brick residence, cornor Front nnd
Pino streets, containing soven rooms
and basement. Houso in Hrst-class
order. Good barn, and plenty of fruit
on premises. Enquire of D. M. Morse,
or at this ofUeo. 4(ltf
Smoke the "Canary Tip"
Smoke the "Canary Tip"
D. B. Clnllln will hereafter bo found
at his photograph Htudlo every day In
tho week. Call and wjeure a dozen
of those excellent photos ho is making.
Smoke the "Canary l;ip"
Ilticklcn'K Arnica Nulvc.
The licitl Hiilve in tlie world for cum,
braii-ei1, sorex, ulceris null rheum, fevi-r
ores, tetter, chnpiieil IihiuIk, cliilulniii
corns, ml nil skin emi'tlui:, uml ioiiive
ly cures piles, or mi pty rititreil. It In
gunmnteed In give ierfrct Siitixfitnliiu. or
money refmiiK-il. 1'rlcv 25 cents Kt box.
For mile by A. It. Clmiunuev.
A lla retain.
I want to sell tho lot whoro my of
fice stands with or without tho build
ing. Lot twQiity-fiyo and ono half feet
front with one half of brick walls.
Price und terms reasonable.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Specta
cle. Special attention given to repair
ing. All Warranted. JOHN ZURFLUIl,
318 Monroe htreet, Toledo,
Smoke the "Canary Tip"
When you want to do a firat-chisa
job of painting, got your material of
A. U. Chnmpnoy. at the drug store.
Bargain in iteul cutuio.
I Iihvo for hhIc Mine choice dwelling
properties nnd vnciint Join in l'err.VRlmrg,
at prices snd terms to Hint the menus of
purchsners, I enn sell yon n good lionne
and lot for from $300 In $10,000, in the
most besniifiil village in Ohio. I lio
hare for side sonio finely impioved farms
within short dislnnccs of Perryfbiirg, and
limbered Inr.ds in different purls ol tlie
County, in which nt the prices I hoi now
offering them there ore bHrgHins for pur
chasers. As prices nre slemliiy ndvnucing
the sooner purchased the better the bar
gain. I nlio have n few thotisiiud dollars to
loan on good security.
Mbt 20. 1880. 10 11.75
Tlio nnilcrslRiicil 1ms been duly nppolnteil
Administratrix of tlie estate of IhicKluy Joliusun
Utc ol Wood County, Ohio, ilccrtucd.
Mo Administratrix.
Always tho beet of everything at
J.Gr.HoiTmann's Grocery
Wlion you como to Toledo do not
fail to visit us. Wo will bo pleased
to show you our elegant Btock of
Our ppecial drive now is
A $85 Gold Watoh for $25.
Sond for Cnlaloguo Fkke.
Toledo, O.
Ticnts In tills column 10 cent per line.
Mrs. D. M. Morso has gono to Lima
this wcok on a visit.
Mrs. J. Marshall and son Johnnio,
Sundayed with relatives In Toledo.
Stophon Hartshorn, who spent tho
wlntor In tho country, with his sistor,
has returned homo.
Miss AnnaKmch wont to Mansfield,
Ohio, on Vednc3dny of this weok, to
visit Mrs. W. V. Way.
It is stated that buttor is vory
scarce, and farmers tiro getting tt good
prlco for this product of tho dairy.
- Tho Spring races undor tho
nuppiccs of tho Bowling Groon Trotting
Association will bo hold Juno 10, 11 and
C. C. Grelnor, Sunt, of tho Dun-
brldgo schools, was In Porrysburg Sun
day nnel spent tho day with tho fnuilly
of Jacob See.
Miss Ada Lawronco has returned
from Oberlin Collogo und 1b at her
homo here, quito ill. Sho will not
return to school this torm.
Mrs. Mary Starkweather of Wator
villo, and Miss Jen nib Wood of Polo,
111., daughters of tlwlato Hon. H. L.
Wood, formerly of Shis county, wore
guests of Mrs. Addi&oa Smith lost wcok.
Tho ladies of thor Walnut St. Pros.
Church will hold thefir next social at
tho rcsldonco af Mr. lit Lnmpmaii on
Friday ovoning,Mareh 25fth. All will bo
Cnpt. Lang of tho sleamor Luttz,
was in town Monday looking nfter tho
interest of his steamer. Ho now has a
fino steamer and plenty of power to
givo her good speed.
Tho revival mootiugs at tho Evan
gelical church continue with unnbatcd
interest, with a lnrgo attondonco.
Soveral conversions havo been made
nnd tho meetings promise good results.
Wo roturn thanks to H. A.
Schroeder, Geo. Hoffmann, J. Arm
brustor, Orrin Goodcll, Father Chas.
Grlss, J. Schrumm, jr., M. A. Trow
bridge, David Hatcher nnd J. Kellar
for subscription this week.
Thoro nro 000 street car horses for
salo in Toledo and It is stated there
will bo 800,000 more of them for salo
in tho United. States during tho next
six months, on account of electricity
taking tho pluco of horses, on streot
car lines.
Dr. Hamilton has purchased tho
property for many ycarsowncd by John
nolliger and ubed as a tailor .shop.
While wo regret to loso Mr. Holliger
as a next door neighbor, vo aro also
pleased to welcome tho Doctor in his
Tho saloon keoiiers association of
Toledo has secured 2,o00 signers to n
petition asking for tin amendment to
the Owen law, so that Toledo saloons
may bo kept open Sunday nftoruoons.
The petition was sent down to Columbus
Saturday, and will soon bo introduced
in tho legislature.
It is now a settled fact that Joseph
Wolf will put a largo and comploto
lino of dry goods, clothing and groceries
in the Fiukhciner building, which ho
has, routed for a term of three years,
and will bo ready to sco his old and
many now customors in about two
Ed. Muhl, of Hobart, drovo to
Toledo witli a load of grain, nnd on his
way home ono of his horses died. Tho
animal was worth $150, and is quito a
loss. Mr. M. camo to Porrysburg to
buy another horso, and while horo
dropped tho dollar in tho Jouknai.
slot for another year.
Capt. F. A. Wotmoro was called to
Buffalo last wcok to look after tho
interests of thoStoamorS. C. Reynolds
It is probable tho Wabash boats will
not cemmeuco tho season's business
until tho tirst and possibly not until
the fifteenth of April. By an item in
tho Murine Record it is learned that
an effort is being mado to havo tho
various stcamor lines enter, into an
ngrccmont not to start tho season until
May 15, as it is oolloved tho business
will bo hotter by eo doing.
Allio Mnnnhnu, who was suspocted
of being implicated in tho Fines robbery.
is becoming quito notorious. Ho was
arrested in Toledo for stealing a gold
watch from a femulo friond, but was
aftorward released upon returning
tho watch and tho girl withdrawing
suit. Ho was shortly after arrested
for somo other doviltry and ordered'
to leave tho city, which ho did nnd it
is said camo to PorryBburg. It is
regretted that Porrysburg is to ho
mode a stopping place for all tho trash
that is run out of Toledo.
wo liruro tcsloa
these Hlioeii In the
moat TIIOKOVail
manner nnd we
ctm recommend to
our trade feeling
confident tlutttlioy
will bo ntUfne
torr in every re
spect. For Ntrlo,
tit and comfort.
Xhcyiuro unequal
ed. u
417 Summit St.,
A. Williams was in Bowling Groon
Monday on Business.
D. A. Haylor of Bowling Groon,
spent Sunday in town.
C. Flukboincr of Bowling Green.
tvas In town Wednesday.
Mr. C. K. Bonnott and wifo spent
Tuesday horo with relatives.
Mrs. M. Ellis has returned from a
visit with relatives in Chicago.
Roy. Love of Findlny, visited his
daughter Mrs. Fred Ebcrly this wcok.
Mrs. C. L. Hunt and daughter
aro spondlng tho wcolc with relatives
in Toledo.
Win. Korstcttor and wifo of Grand
Rapids, visited J. Chappuics nnd wifo
this wcok.
Mrs. Nicholas Isch, of Toledo,
visited her sistor, Mrs. John nolligor,
this wcolc.
Mrs. J. A. Starry, of Toledo, is
visiting hor mother Mrs. Philip
Reithor, this week,
Miss Mnrgarot Frasior has return
ed from Toledo whoro sho has been
spending tho winter.
Misses Maggio Rhody nnd Emma
Cornelius entertained frionds from
Tontognny last Sunday.
Miss Anna Johnson has returned
from a visit with tho family of Rev.
Wiltfcie at Upper Sandusky.
Henry Baltors and Mr. Schetzlor
of Swanton, visited their aunt 'Mrs
Katio Nollis on Tuesday last.
R. S. CIcgg and wifo attended tho
Wooden wedding of Mr. nnd Mrs. C.
Hipp of Toledo, Wednesday evo.
Chas. Dustfa and wifo of Toledo,
wero in Porrysburg this weok to visit
Mrs. A. M. Thompson who has been
quito ill.
A. E. Wilson nnd wifo havo
returned from. Blakcsloy,0., whoro thoy
havo boon attending tho sick bed of
their daughter-in-law.
Tho nest M. E. Church social will
bo hold tit tho church parlors noxt wcolc
Friday evening to which everybody
is invited. A pleasant time is antici
pated. Frankic- Rhoda, whllo working
in Elder's mill near Limo City, in
trying to prevent falling, nccidontally
throw his hands intotho knives which
cut olT ono finger.
Ladies ask me what T use on my
face to muko my complexion so pretty.
I Ubo Dr. Hebra's Viola Cream. Why
don't you try it, only Ma a box. For
salo by A. R. Chnmpnoy..
Alexander Vass had: tho nrisfor
tuno to fall' a few days- since and is so
badly bruised, that ho is confined to
his bed. His oxtrcmo- nger 85 years,,
makes his recovery very slow and
somewhat doubtful.
Jacob Art?, audi daughter Clara
aro visitlug. old friends in Porrysburg.
Mr A. hnsagood position in tho B.&.
O. roundi houso in Chicago Junction
and is doing well. Ho renewed his
allegiance to tho Join tNAL. and says- his
wifo gavo him strict orders not to for
get to do so.
Mrs Klizabolh Noubauer has filed
her application for divorco and ali
mony against John Neubauor, claming
oxtrcmo cruelty as tho grounds for
complaint. It is stated, tliat tho loving
husband has sharpened, lids knlfo and
threatened to carve his wifo to which
tho wifo justly takes excoptions and
links tho courts to dissolvo tho tlo
which binds them together, boforo tho
Irato husband sovers- it with his
Rov. G. A. Adams has placed ou
our desk a largo o run go weighing ono
und a quarter pounds, which was sent
him from Florida. It was raised by
Charllo Adams in his ornngo grovo in
that Stuto, und it is calculated to mako
such oranges as aro usually soon in tho
northern markets, tulco a back seat.
Ho also presented us with a Ctimnuod,
or a small ornamental oraugo, such as
aro raised for beauty only. It is about
thosizo of a quails egg and has tho
appcarauco of being a genuine orange,
but U is only a snldo.
Ono of tho host teaching plecoB
for the piano is without question "Lost
in Sorrow: Rovorlo," by J. E. Eckor.
It requlros a vory light and crisp stylo
of oxocutlon; as a study for Staccato
and Legato playing, flno phrasing, it
cannot bo excelled. Tho pluco is
already a groat favorltoand will bo In
good demand. Prico- 40c. Ign.
FIschor, publishor, Toledo, O- 'For
BltlO at JOUKNAX, OfllCC.
Wm. Schlcct hits bcon appointor
agent for tho Champion Machine Co.,
for this territory.
Tho jury in tho MoKnlght caso
returned a vordlct of guilty, nnd a
motion was mndo for a now trial. Tho
socond lndictmont against him for
ombozzlomont will bo tried about Mon
day noxt.
For Knlo
Clovor nnd Timothy Socd. Noxt
door to Postoillco. WM. SCHLLCT.
Tho Now Drue Hloro.
Pliny C. Ray &, Co. havo socurcd a
lease on tho now and elegant store
room noxt to tho Poat-oMeo, and will
opon therein a first class drug storo
about Apr. 1. A full lino of every
thing In that lino will bo obtainable,
and wo predict for tho new firm a
splendid trade.
V. &. A. M. Notlro.
At tho noxt rogular communication
of Phoenix Lodgo No. 1211, F. &. A. M,
hold on Monday night, March 1(1, the
Mastor S degroo will bo conforrcd. Tho
District Lccturor la oxpoctcd to bo
prosont, nnd delegations fi'OM Wood
county Lodgo of Bowling Greon, and
Northern Light, of Maumeo. A special
effort will be mado to mako the occasion
a ploasant ono and all mombors in good
standing aro especially requested to bo
present at 7 p. in.
Drnth or Mrs Snyder.
On Sunday, March 8, 1801, occurred
tho death of Mrs. Margaret Snyder, at
tho homo of her son, in Porrysbursr
to .vnship, of old ago. Sho was born in
Canton Borno, Switzerland. April 2(1,
1811, nnd camo to America in 1854, nnd
settled in Wood county, nnd has sinco
remained a resident of this county
until her death, nt tho ago of 70 years,
10 months and 12 days. Sho leaves
two children, Fred Snyder and Mrs.
Stephen Wheeler. She was a good
christian mother and neighbor nnd a
member of tho Evangelical church.
Tho funcrnl services wero conducted
at the Evangelicnl church in Porrys
burg by Rev. Fitterer, of Porrysburg
and tho remains wero placed in the
city vault.
Small Profits.
Thero nro many people who nre
inclined to think that every merchant
or"storo keeper" is making monoy,
and pjst bectiuso ho has a largo store
room filled with goods, which thoy
supposo ho sells at fabulous profits,
thoy aro Inclined to think ho can afford
to wait, wait, wait until thev (tho cus
tomers) got a good ready to pay their
bills, and got cranky If tho merchant
sends his monthly statements. Tho
.Touunai. mado inquiry concerning a
few of tho profits nnd was somewhat
surprised to find thero wiw so httlo
in it oven when cash is paid. Below
wo givo a fow articles and tho profits
mado on them:
Canned peaches, pears, plums, etc.
(California fruit) about 2 cents por can.
Canned fish, about ;i cents.
Dried fruits, (California) about 5c.
per pound.
Coffees (Arbucklcs aud Lion) He per
Sug.nrs (no profit.)
There-aro hundreds of othor lines of
articles s)ld at about the sumo ite,
and when tho losses from unsnle-
goodti and hundreds of other causes niu
token into consideration, it don't take
many "bad dobts" to eat up tho entire
profit of a season's business. It is trim
that oven- at these low rates of prolit,
dealers would muko some money if
everybody would pay cash, but this
present system of credit and never pay
ruins business and causes merchants
to-cither commit suicide or "fail."
Xkratli of Irw. Nliniritcr.
Ed. Journal. It becomes my sad
duty to announce tho death of another
of Porrysburg townships estimable
women. Anna Maria Elizabeth
Shroeder wifo of Henry Shroedcr and
daughter of Phil, and Anna Maria
Clara Hnrtman, who died on tho morn
ing of the-5th hist, at 5:20 a. m. About
a year ago Mrs. Shroeder was pros
trated with la grippe, which terminated
in that dread discaso consumption,
from which sho never recovorcd.
Deccnsed was born Dee. 7th, 1852, in
Troy Twp., Wood Co., Ohio, aim was
at tlmo of death 88 years 2 months and
28 days old. Sho was married to
Honry Shroeder Juno 28th, 1877, and
leaves u kind and true husband, two
children, aud hosts of friends to mourn
hor sad taking off.
Deceased was confirmed in tho Luth
eran church in hor childhood days,
and although sho had to pabs through
muny of tho hardships incident to
Wood county llfo, sho novor for a mo
mont,Hvarved from hor christian integ
rity but lived a faithful christian llfo to
tho day of her death.
Tho funornl services wero hold at
tho christian Lutheran church of this
pluco, and wore conducted by Hov.
Schmidt, assisted by Hov. Born, of
Stouy Rldgo, Itov. Schmidt preaching
in Gorman and Rov. Born preaching
In English. Tho largo church was
filled to Its utmost capacity and many
wore unablo to gain admittance, which
fact shows with what high osteom
deceased was hold bv tho community
at liirtro.
After services at tho church tho
romalns woro followed by tho largo
crowd to thoir last resting pluco in
now Bollovllo Rldcro coinotorv. whoro
tho last ohscoulcs woro performed In
u vory Impresslvo mautioiv
Mr. Shroedor desires to express his
heartfelt thanks to tho kind frionds
aud noighbora who camo to his imslst'
mice, at tho time of his soro aflliction.
His many frionds and neighbors join
in their oxiiresslons of sympathy to
him hi his slid bcrcaveruout.
Highest of all b LcaTcning Power.
Peoplo don,t hang around tho post
olllco vory long now-n-dnys. Tho
deputy P. M. traded a Watcrbury
watch for a guitar, and tho people in
tho neighborhood aro now enjoying
tho ching-ling-llng of that melodious
Spanish Instrumont, whllo tho P. Mi
says It's just ono degree worse than tho
tho hay fever.
It is vory common now-a-days for
many families lo havo their dish ol
"avona" or "rolled oats" for breakfast,
It Is a nico food easily prepared,
pnlatablo and wholesomo, cooked in 20
minutes, whllo tho oatmeal or grits
need two or thrco hours. And do thoy
try wheat propared in tho same way,
"rolled wheat" equally good, some
like it bettor and all liko a change
Rightly propared nono can fail to liko
it. It is nutritious and health-giving.
Kingsbury kcops it.
A Kindles' l'orlcct companion.
Painless Childbiutii, our new hook,
tells how any woman nmy become a
mother tcilhout mfftring rmv jmm whatever.
Also how to iron 1 and overcome morn
ing sickness, swelled limbs nnd other
ovlls attending pregnancy. It is reli
able, nnd highly endorseed by pbysicinns
as tho wife's Iruo private companion.
Send two-cent stnmp for descriptive
circulars and confidential letter, sent in
sealed envelope Address Fhank
Thomas & Co., Publishers, Bnltiraorv,
Md. 27ez
Tim Mmltc.l Mull
At the Peoples' Thcatro noxt wcok,
is tho greatest mechanical production
over seen. Thoro is a railroad train
100 feet in length, and nino foot in
height, running at lightning speed,
a sawmill in operation, sawing out
ties and bridgo timber; a circular saw
four feet in diameter is used; a thril
ling wreck scone, in which a train is
thrown from tho track nnd wrecked
whilo in rapid motion. Matinees
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Prices, 15, 25 and ."o cents.
The commerclnl 1000 mile book
which tho Toledo. Columbus & Cin'tl,
U'y. and Toledo. & Ohio Centeral H'y.
has been promising is now in hands of
the AupntH. It covers 18 Itnilroads.
iibnut. 4.";00 miles'. Ilenclics about 1000
points nnd is sold nt $0 00 with limit
ofntici year fiom date of snip. They
nre meeting with a vi-ry fluttering
rt-ccptinii iw they well dr serve. 40u
I will sell iny former residence on
Very low nnd on easy terms.
Address me at Bowling Green, O. 18tf
Will sell nt 10 per cent, discount until
Now Years. Repairs of nil kinds
dono to order.
To sbvp monoy buy your Jewelry of a
Jeweler, buy your urnin of a Fnrmer
und buy your pills of a Druggist.
JiharTii mfrvmwn1
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 18S9.
Scrvlrp nt M. 12. Church.
Owing to sickness Rov. J. C. Shaw
was unablo to hold sorviccs lost Sun
day, but ho is now much bolter and
desires to nnnounco that tho regular
Borvlcus will bo hold at tho usual hours
noxt Sunday.
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Tor Snlo.
Ono 0-year old gelding. An A No. 1
farm horso, will weigh ovor 1,200, per
fectly true, gontlo, and sound as a mil
lot. Will givo tlmo If required. Call
and ace him. H. M. HOOVUK.
rnr Seeing 1'copic
Arc mostly MirrcKiful. Tliclc f crccs.tlon or
uppimunititw, itui'tc others pee iinlfilii;. Is
tliefcccrctof Inclr MteecM. Those who trnrcl
the lluckcyo Itoutc In their Journeys In nnd
from homo flint much to xiiriirisu nnd nlcnse,
nml their fur Fcelnn propensities in sea-cllnt;
thli "populnrllne" Mves Ilium many n penny
la tho pnrchnsc of tickets.
Thntiinmls of people tnivul the IlucVere
Route every yenr In preference lo nil others.
The qticitlon arisen why? IkTiiuse tho equip
ment uml road bed of the Iluckcjo llomo ii
unexcelled. Becnuye every potwlnlo comfort i
oirered thutrntcliiiK public eiirout to t'hlcagn.
Detroit, Toledo, I'oinernr. nnd Athens nnd witl
points In the North West South nnd Knit. Any
Aucut of the HncKeye Route will he plcnscd to
give you Infornintlun coiieerliiK routes, time ol
trains, price of tickets, etc., If m will write or
chII upon them. V. mviMIKIt,
noe Ucn'l Puss. A Ticket Agt. Columbus, O.
'MnlfPB a Trfirplv f!nmn!rTtrm T re
Splendid Tnnle, nnd cures JIoil, l'imp-2
kit. iTcroiuin, 1ucrcun.11 nni nil mood
Diseases, bold by your Drargist. l
'Sellers Medicine Co., Pittsburgh,PaX
Dry Goods and Groceries,
limeoity, o.
And Agent for Udd Fellows Mutual Aid;
nnd Accident Ass'n.
IVtcr Wltxler,
'Wltxler. "V n
1'iiihitirr I
V.s V
' K. Wallls, I r
Defendant f
Defore I. P. Thompson,
Justice of the Pence,
terryehun;. twp..
WoodOo . Olilo.
On the 14th dnr of I'ebruiirv. A. II. 1MH. mid
Justice ivued nn Order of Attachment nnd
(InriiMiec Proccs-s In this cne. returnable
nccnrdlnc to lnw. L'pon tint flth duv of April,
A, 1). IMll.Ntld netloii will be for trlitl. Plnlutltr
rbitmsu jmlKineiit for S-".H.7."i, upon n former
judgment. In fuor of the plnlnillV, uunlnst
ilefcndmit which Is uuimld, tinmtblU'il In
Wioleor In pint. Sidcl dclcmluiit belny n non
resident of Ohio, unci redding In the Htute of
C'uliforuln, eity of San l'nincbeo,
pi:ri:u wnzi.Kit.
J. lt.Tvi.r.it, Atl'y. f
Vocal and Instrumental
jotjrnXl. office,
This is an illustration of our Kew Building.
We pay no rent and can afford
to sell Goods at
In Now Styles and Patterns in
Furniture of Exclusive Designs.
A Complete stock of
Remember ours is tho only exclusive Furniture
und Bedding Housh in Toledo.
GIB Jeflorpon St.
8ECUKES ANV 'WUEI!L FIWM $75 to $135
Secures any Boy's or Girl's
Wheel on my Club Plan.
WB HOW, Writs for Meohn or Call

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