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i BOWLINOG-EEN. Onr Corroioinlciil Hcnd-i n flrlst of l'ollt lenl nnil I.ix lit Item. Our llttlo ell ,y Booms lo bo in It and luis built manllno roslilonuc3 and Iihh mnilo many Other Hubstniitltil improve incuts tbis season. Our morolmnts, inanurnpturui'fl and business mun vtav a Hiullo thnl only th-wo wear who nro pro-moroui, hnppy nntl content. Jhijor MeKinloy apoko to a VaHt suKlloiieo of from about 7,000 to 8,000 of Wood county's Intelllvont people, Oct. 0, and ntado many converts. Many wcro hoard to remark that Uio Major mado tho Tariff feo plain that nuyono .could , understand it, and bis majority in Novmnbor is eonceedod by tlioso best posted to bo from 20,000 to ao.ooo. Benjaman P. James, tbo Republican candidate for Representative, with Hon. E. W. Poo ono of whom Wood county feels so proud, and candidate for ro-olcction to tho oftlco of Stato Auditor, and Hon. Ira .7. Chase, Lieut Govornor, from Indiana, spoko to an overflowing house of Washington town ship's best cltizon9. Bonj. P. James discussing tbo political issues of tho flay with much credit to himself and party, followed by Hon. E. W. Poci who took up tho finances of tho State, answoring all quostions satisfactorily, which wcro asked by Gov. Campbell in his speech at Bowling Green in tho afternoon. Tho Auditor of State claimed that Gov. Campbell bus yot tho first timo during his administra tion, to como into tho Auditor's ofllco and say: "Auditor Poo how are tbo finances of fno State, and havo wo money to do bo and so with." Poc the book-keeper of tho Stato, as Gov.Camp boll stylos him) did not talk at random but hod tho figures to prove anything that ho might say. And then came tho Hon. Ira J. Chase, Lieut. Gov.of tho Hoosior Statei an eloquent and polished orator who took up and handled without gloves tho Tariff question from the organiza tion of our Government up to the present time, giving many forclblo reasons why tho Republican State, Senatorial and County Representatives should bo elected. After tho mooting it was heard on all sides, that the Democratic papers havo greatly belied our hustling and active candidate for Representative Bonj. P. James. That ho is equal to any and buperior to many of their noted and prominent Democratic Statesman, and that Wood county will make no mistake by sending Benny to the Legislature; ho is a hustler at homo in his business, ranking second to" none in activity in this county, and tho records of tho court will substan tiate this statement; ho is honorable in all dealings and ono of tho most public spirited young attorneys in North western Ohio, and if Wood ceunty asks any legislation jou can depend on James' "got there qualities." We say that every Republican should vote for James and also tho ontiro Republi can ticket. Fred Yeager, tbo Republican candi date for Treasurer, was born and raised in Wood county, and his honor and integrity never havo been questioned; ho has more Democratic friends than any other ono Republican in Wood county, and tho man who votes for him makes no mistake; and his majority will bo any whoro from 700 to 1,000. Christopher Pinkboiner, Republican candidate for re-election, needs no in troduction. Ho has now berved nearly three yecrj in the most satisfactory manner to tho people of Wood county. Ho has always been courteous, honor able, gentlemanly and prompt in all matters pertaining to his private and ofllciul affairs, as all can testify who haye done business at tho Recorder's I friends. on tho war. During hl ontiro speech ho did not onco touch tho issues of tho day, and that boforo closing ho got down so low as to disgrace tho Grand Army button that bo woro on tho lapel of his coat by saying "Of courso tho Republicans did all tho lighting" nnd stopped a moment to got his breath when u volco from tho crowd bolow him said "they did," and his answer was : "with their mouths." Docs thnt romnrk cntltlo him to the voto of any Republican soldior? I think not. Adam. MAUMEE. Itiislnrss Mm Halujc "Well Ereryhoity Happy and CntuUd. Maumco is not tho largost nor most active town in the world, yot it ha been in Ohio for many years and oven to this day, to tiso a very common but exprosslvo phrase, is still "strictly in it." A. B. Coffin is (rotting his immense stock of furulturo iu hla now furniture rooms and has a fine display of elegant goodB. Certain porsous havo circulated tho roport that Mr. Coffin has sold out his undertaking buslnosB, but bucIi is not the caso. He has lately purchased a fine new hack (as elogant as uny iu tho county) and has a full lino of cas kets, and all nocossary article connec ted with the business, and is building a largo barn for uso of his hack, hear bo and horses. A. P. Piles, tho hustling young drug gist, has not only a first-class lino of drugs, but has tho finest lino of per fumes to bo had. All kinds of bottled sweetness from tho infant's breath to tho bwcot girl's engagement kiss. He also carries a full line of toilot articles and albums. Mrs. E. Mollonkopp's dry goods store ie overflowing with the best lino of dry goods ever brought to Mnuince. The stock is well seloctod and prices are way down. Whon you want to paint up and make your house look noat, call on Porrin the hardware man. He has a large stock of paints, oils and varnishes, also a full llr.o of h&rdwaro, stoves and cut lery. Rausch, tho druggist, makes a spec ialty of lino drugs, toilet articles, patent medicines and cigars. Ho is a careful pharmacist and is doing a good business. Supt. Webb is having excellent suc cess with tho schools, and tho present bebsion will provo to be ono of tho most profitable in tho history of the Maumcc bchools. P. M. Publ, our popular photog rapher, is doing so mo excellent work. His photos aro equal to tho bebfc pro ductions of any of tho city galleries and the prices aro much lower. Mrs. N. Elliott's grocery is supplied with every article usually sold in a grocery storo and patrons find it prof itable to trado hero. Colds and Coughs croup soro throat, bronchitis, noihina, and hoarseness cured by Ayers Cherry Pectoral the safest and most effective emergency medicine. It should bo in every family. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co Lowell, Mass. fcLiff ilJft m a i V Bit Its AVorit X'orm. I His-tov, iJif. Co., Wis., Deo. 81 Bev. J. C. Horrjun vouches for tho follow lug: Jamos Itoonoy, who -os BUHorltig from Vitus Danco In its worst form for about ono ami a fourth yearn, was treated by several physicians without ofTect; twobottlc3 of l'astor hoeui'3 MeiTO Tonic cured him. TotH-mvr. Ohio, Oct. 23, 1833. . used TtBtor Koouig'a Norvo Toulo for ft lady 28 years old ; every tvv o or thrco wcoka sho had a ssrious attack of f tiling olc'inois, accompanied with headache aud v. as drlvin to intuitu ss; sho -ran sent ouco to nn Insane a3yhiui. 'llio doc tors could not riliovo htr; 1 'bewail -ilth ouo bottlootyour lncdiiluo: she had taken throo quarterri of It, und sho vvruto to njo a few days ago: "Tho lnedlcliio helps uio much; I think (mother bottlo will euro mo." JUJV. AKMAND HAllELIN, A ViiltiaUto ISoo'c on NcrvoUi JitcujOd com lvco ;o any address, ar,'. y.oor paUonta can nKo obtain tills mcdlclno lico of charge. Tlilo rrtmnrtvhn.1 lien tircnarod bvtho Itevorcnd Pastor KocnlR. ot Fort Wayne. Iiid., slues KG. and I cow prepared undorhis direction bj tho KOEN1C MED.CO., Chicago, III. SoW by Druzsists at SI Iior Bottle. C for ?R tarco Size, S1.70. O ttottlos for SO. FREE R S. CLSGG BUCKEYE BREWING COMPANY, TOLEDO, OHIO, DIU'WKHS OV- Genuine Pilsener, Export and Lager Beer. JOHN JACOBY, Supt. A. H. LEAF, Ac't., PERRYSBUEGt O. Feb 1. 1H01 . Toledo Wire and Iron Works FACTORY PRICKS yfit y vmi xr v r POULTRY -x Door in f ?. X Will Screen il 4 to any the M arke t 50 G SUMMIT ST.. Toi.KDO, O. Buy Door S1.S5 DR. F, B.MONROE Will bo at 313 CHERRY ST., TOLKDO, O., Saturday, Nov. 14th, 1801, DEAI.L'U IN FURNITURE Fine Parlor & Bod Eoom Suits Chairs, Tables, Lounges. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING- Only White Hearse in County. Second Street. PEKRYSHUliG ir f .. i' ONK DAY ONLY BY ronn of rciH'ntcd roinoiti I linve derided tti llt Toledo (Miii! In live weeks where When you vKit Toll do, lo call al nol full lu OTcr from lat week. Marx Curll has sold hia homo to Warren Gunn. Mr. Carll will move his family to Andercon, Ind., in a fan wucl's. Ho already haft Ilia irlnss fac tory in running order there. A few younjj people "tripped tho lijjht fantaslie toe" at Dr. Burritt's residence last Monday night. Mivs Abbie Mitchel in in Oberlin (ittendinr school. Charloy Burritt has taken up a med ical couruo at Ann Arbor. Dr. G. W. Ithonehouao left Monday for St. Paul, to enjoy a two woi-lcs' vacation. Mrb. O. T. Hammond of Carditis ton, Ohio, who lmH bean Bpendln"; u month with her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Kline, loft Friday for her home. Mrs. Ham mond and Mm. Kline Rpent two wecU in St. Louis, vlKitiii'- relatives and UBfi! fflFIII SHOE STORE, No. 'V2-1 Mnni'oo Sat;., and .ou hif htnok of SHOES, SLIPPERS 1 can beeountlled frur upon nil cae. Ilmtj thinu'ionildctitlnl. All arc reum-ded to brim; two (uncos ohirluc. Clmtvcs niodiratc, Hnd mi Iik uriible cii-ei taken. I iilunf mke ilNcase.' i.f uoincn ntid children a Miednlty, also ( liroiiic(lNttie". I lme illfeil of my hxiil liii-liii In order to titkc I lie nmd. exiru-l fur the beiiellt of ( liroiuc ml( rer. Corrcmud emu private. I'tiiinlniitloii free. Aildros K07 Indlnna Avo.i XOLKDO, O. lSz. Criuul Aniiiiul rxctirkion to llllnoU fnim ull (hiIiiN nn tlu lluckcu Iloule oiith of Hitrlon. liiiunil trliii.-xitir.loii ticket" may lie imrcliiived iinlKtiilirrawli. to.-lulby Mild CoU-i ((itinlle-. Illinois .it exctedituly low rite of fnre. For luirlli-iilnrs vvriteto .eiili(' II V T lfv or W II lMicr. (i I' .k T A.. Columbus O nw EMwunm Umiswsmmsm a w i ir f, i u Specialist At tlCHRDNIC: PRIVATES 5SfiEMt DISEASES 25 Years PilTt Practice ftnd HeiplUl Expert eaos la both Enrope n4 imerlea. 507 Summit St., Toledo, 0. with ConinrrpRed ''amir (hnlli hnmf. it... -.., . i.:. :.r-.v i.::"..-" v :::... . m wiiij iniiiinni miii Fcirnunn ir'ntinciH inr and Con- Ill!pa-i of are posit Iroly mn KAI.KOFfH Orlulnnl SyMem nf Inhnlatlon I I OfllCC treatment irnrld-rclinnriipfll Hi., ni.lv i inmntloii. Catnrrh, Aitlinm, Ilronrtiltfr, Jlenfncja, Heart IlUcnae and all cttrcd nCrrnnrTlV,r?w;'k,I,'fSnBC, nml J'"'"'- TnC ""t tn"cs ' Cnwrrh ' it ,iVi.?,I.ViSr0r,K,nMfy,,em",n-c,.,nff 1-fch patient lifiirnlahrrtwIlU n Diet Chart. 11 l,crfni,,5F,r,"I.,it for,er "' person lo know what to eat and what uot to eat. .t-o .'.TV i.f ."fl,le(1lc, Plynviuit to take, but potent in their anion, of Hoots, llnrkit.Floweri, Ber '"ftVjJir'f ?i?l J,lc,,,!?rt,'.""'e.r ''' nwu nipcrvixlon lit hli etlen-lre laboralory. n,SI.iil..,.M?i7l,C.hr!,n ?.' "I'l'cratcIilfeafM, vtlili h do not yield to the treatment n( v lK,t iVm t"lonpJ;.""i1 """JS'cinW.t'onatlpBtloii. I'llf. I'IMiila. I(lieitmatlm. PiiralT.U, ellral,:la. Headache. Htf .HIccii1pfii.h. itr.itn f-fiiif.tinti atvttn. fi.n. v...A... v.i .iA' vvl'.'i,1!: '.V,J1,i),,'Ic'0."lltlV" - Vhn'!' Indiulttir l'lmplfs Freekles.'Vlrers. Halt Rheum; UOITCII, L,lTr, nr and middle oi later years. . "i. .V . . ..I ""-' - ' '' i ",'..-ii, uiin, l 'l. .it'll Ncuralsla. Headache, Ht-.SIcenlcMlirM. llrnln l.'inn-ptii (;aiucr. Ttimnra. Dcin'mltin. Skin nimiw ini..,n.,. i Kcrumn. and all Chrotiii- IiUrixca of the Min-t. Throat, Noic, Stomach, Heart,' KI,,,I!,,ni,t?'R,;:,JS I'lllVATK AM) SKXITAI. limKif-KM rnr ....1. . .,.(.. ........... t-... kpiI inrn, vho nrp -.unrrlii-; from the eire( t of youthful liidlcrptloii or pxpp.ph N'iiiiiihi Weakness .Nenoilt and liivnlcnl Drbllltv. lm-mtptipp. !. M.nVtnoil Kri..,,.iV , I in i F."L'! ISS ?' ""' Acr,Jn, . f-'H-lety, ls,i of Memory and Energy. KemeuiUer that 1 ... iu'1 S,,.KXI ,f"rcv,-rl v "f private illsratc that I undertake and fall to cure. My treat nient ol Htcriiintnrrliirn .and ItuiKitency Is bntpil upon tht-jrlci of iy own. aud hai ncrcr Tt failed Iu my hniids to effect n uneedy and nrnnanriit cur.. ii '""orrltiva, .SypbUlli-, ptt-ut.Strleturo. Hydroeele and Verlcocelernred In tho ehortcit poail blellmc.vvtlhnutthPtispof mercury or hindrance from bimluci-. I will Kiiarantee a cure when otl.ers have 'failed. My oMrv and consultation rnom are nirnlihcil with a eomplete enp-ily of Manikins tharls hleitrlcal utiil yiirv'ical Itutrumcnt.. Apparalm for Deformltlei, Appllaace i'... x?IV,,Vn?..li,'?,r,Jnft:,,tllf.n,n'"t ' n'wt valuable collei;ll-.n of Medical, Burglcml ad Auatotiilcal outfit to lie found In thlt part of the (nuntrr. I.ovv chatves and coiuiilntlon free aud naeredly conlUlf ntlal. ' onice hours: 0 a. m to 4 p m- 7 p in to p m. Hundayn 9 a m to 11 in. i 10"1l1"f,,"w" Patients treated with -infallln-; luereai throufh corretpondenca. One Tliit iv " an- Ifltv llflr llAi:rNU A rite for ciamliiHtion blank. BOUND TO- SELL THE PRICES WE ARE PLACING ON ALL FURNITURE. In our stock will create large trade during the Fall niuutlm. THE CONANT BROS FDMTDEE CO MuluMr, EoteoAjni MeMori. A RAEE OPPORTUNITY KOIt YOUNU MEN AND WOMKJf. Tho Tri-Stato Business College of Toledo, guarantee positions to gradu ates. Our young peoplo should im firovo this opiwrtunlty aud write for uformation. ROOFlMO ntTM-Kl.A"TIC ROOFINO FELT cost only SS.oo tier WO siiuare feet. Makes a toud omiI for j ears and anyone can put It on. Scud stamp for Minpleand full particulars. (ii;u Euitic Uiitiri.se. Co.. 30 .t 41 West Jlroadway. New York. liocat A cent Wnmcd, 'J'liroimli Car tn ."tluclcumw. Tne IhroUKh slecpln-; car sirvlie over the CliK-iiiiuiti. Hiimlltoii mid Ihtvtoii nnd Midi-l-r.iti Central l'nllroads, bcluitn Cincitiuatl v In Toledo and lletrolt and the fulry island of Viukliiuciinil tint Nor'hern Ijike resorts ha been resinned for the i-eaMin. 'lhec cars leave Ciiiclnniitieverv i'ciilnr, except Halnrday. at 111 o'clock. arrivlUK at Maiklniivv ntfi'-M o'clock the net evenin-.'. Ask jour local uRcut for tUketsviaC II A. 1) or mblre-s anv C II & 1 n'cnt. or i: (I Mff'iirinlrk. lieneral l'ns.seiier and 1 Ickut iiKcut. Cincinnati. O. Aro You Gnlnir Nouth nr Went! Ifso take iidvaiibise of the Harvest J'xcur sioii tlcVets wild by the popular llurkeje Hnuti In nil jKilutr. Iu tin- West. South Southwest and Northwest nn s-eptemlicr 'JUIh. They an- sood thlrtv d.i.vs from dale of sale and allow ftoii ovcr'iirlvel(i;i silt any ixiliiK Call on agent i: II V A- T l.'v for full partlciilnrs or addre-s W II Fli-htr, I1 AT A.. Ililuinbiis (K THE Filliai Car Liie BETWEEN 0IRCI8MTI INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, Springfield, 111., Keokuk, Iowa, WEST AND NORTHWEST. Dayton, Lima, Toledo, Detroit. THE LAKE BEGIONB AND Ask for ticket ylaC. II. A 1). K. R. on talc B all coupon ticket offlie In United HUlei.Canailaand Mexico. it. n. wooDroKi), Ylce-l'retideut audOrueral Uanasrr. k.o. M(Coi:mu:i;. General l'aMenterand Ticket Afent. Urst Class Night nnd Day (Jerries EAST and WEST BETWXEN Train No 11 " No U " No 1 " No ' No 18 " NoM trains I'ahs rKnaYaiuna: N0RT1I Daily Dally except Sunday Sunday only fcOUTIl Dally Dally except Sunday 4:17 a sa i:tSam 11:1.1 am S.i;pm a..(8 p m 9:Wam AXD- ofllco during his administration. Vote for Chris, mid you will lnal'o no mis take. Tho proof of tho pudding is tho tasting. Chris, has not heen tas ted, but has been tested and not found wanting. Every voter who votefi for liirn three years ago will havo tho prido in doing .so again, with miiny now ones added to the list. Samuel Knight, Republican candi date for County Commissioner, is a man of excellent judgment and good business qualifications and amply com petent to discharge the duilesof County Commissioner and will very creditably add to the trio of Wood county finances. John Ibch, Jr., needs no introduction; that tho yosition which lie now occupies has been as ably filled by him as any of his prcdcuwisoi's. His record is No. 1. Dr. C. S. St. John as u practicing and very succebsful physical! of Howling GreoitT and is just tho propur person to sot on tho Democrat corpse after Nov. :!. Gov. Campbull in bib Domocnitlu rally a Bowling Green, I-Ylday, Out. 1G, did not cut such a dash as ho ex pected, lie btuilod In by saying that ho camo to bo been and not see (or heard) ho then spout thrco-fourths of an hour ridiculing Hon. 13. W. Poo, and claimed that all of tho institutions woro of Deinucrallo origin and thnt tho present Democratic administration had kept within their incomo, but failed to mention to tho good Demo crats that tho IT. H, turned into the Stato Treasury thirteen hundred thousand dollars tho direct tax iur nlslicd by the State of Ohio to carry Every Variety of Footwear PRICES EXTREMELY LOW Mrs. H. D. Kingsbury in company with her grandchildren, Bessie and King Carwin, left last Saturday for Cincinnati. William Burgo has Bold his property here occupied by Dr. Klino nnd family, to Mr. Murphy f Wauseon. Mr. Murphy expects to move his familv here about tho first of November. Rev. Boardtnin moved his family to Upper Sandusky last week. J. H. Wyman oxpects to moyo his family to Chicago eometimo in tho near future. Mrs. Jennie Williams, who has been bpendlng tho summer with Mrs. H. D. Kline has obtained a position as attend ant in the Toledo Insane asvlutn. Ilcr many friends here wish her success in her now position. Miss Laura Frederick is assistant teacher in tho high school at Delta, O J. 13. VanDeventer expects to movo to Audorson in about two weeks. Mrs. L. K. Webb spent Tuesday in Perrysburg with friends. Havi. Kpoclnitm Cues. P. II. Clifford, New CuBsel, Wis., was troubled with Neurnlg nnd Rheuma tism. Iiis stomach was ordered liU Liver wos nitectud to an alarming degree, appetito fell away, and he was teiriuiy rtuiiceu in nusii ana tireiigii. Three bottles of Electric Hitters, cured him. Edward Shepherd, Ilarrisburg III,, hud a running sum on hit leg of eight years' Htunillng. Used three bottles of Electiic Itinera and seven boxes ol Hiicklmi'i) Arnica Salve, and Ills leg Bound and well. Join Spoaker, Cataw ba. O , hud five largu Fever sores on his let;, -loctorH said he wn.i incurable. One bottle ot Electric Hitters ami one box Ilucklen'a Arnica Bnlvo cured him entirely. Bold at A, U. Chaiupney'tn uiug store, THE MUCH -DESIRED LONG WAIST and PERFECT HIP EFFECT cau only b0 prduced successfully oy wearing THE E- WW? mt zjemtxft -Hftynffl. -i UPLEX Corset ADJUSTABLE OVER THE HIP A1D WILL 'FIT ANY FORM Instantly, (,'h Ink Perfect Ease and Contour. They havo Double Seitma, which will not $ Douiiie menu una ui vvhkh will not liituU. Mado In threo lonRtlis. .lean nml Bnlteii. Any dry goods dealer in tho U. S. can supply ou. Canrusarra Vautel. Send nr Ouliitiijne. BORTREE MFG. C0M Jackson.. Mich. Grand Annum l'.xciirslon lo lllinola On Oetnhi-r "inth, the last cratnl etciiri(in to the 'e-l vvlll liiiveover the ll-jeto Itiiute for Sliellivvllle mid Churlc-lon. llllniiis, and nil Miimlil avail vnursvlf ii thenpiiortiinlty to ilt viiur old friends mid neiKhlmrs In Shelby aud Ciih-cuiintiis. TIcUetH tun lie Mfitred (mtii any nentor theC II V A I' It'.v at rates within the reach of all. good Ihlily dns for return inivai-c. l'or furllicr luirtlculnr cull on AkciiI (! II V fc T or uddros V II Klsher. ! I & T A.. ColumlitlH.O Toledo, Ohio, IANOI St. Louis, vo. Modern Equipment Throughout. Buffet Sleeping Cars llutlt expressly for till aerTlce ou nlglit trains. lik for tickets til Teledt, St Unit I bnsu City R, (L Clover LEflFjouTE. For further partlciilnrs, rail on urit Ace ut of the Company, or ndtlrau C. O. JENKINS. CaarAl ruHi-H Afa(. .TOLEDO, OHIO. Train No 7 " 110 1 " No 6 " No 9 " No IS T K Fiuxit. Agent. FerrrsliarK. DallT Daily exeept Bundsy 11:49 PM 7:07 an 19:M a m rfM p m :13po BUCKEYE ROUTE. H FOR DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS .Ml -WVT" JOHNSTON'S ,R0YAL ENaLISH BTJCHTJ rurft nil dlscftirs of the Kid. nov'.llliUiU'r.lrrltallonoHlieNeck: nf lliullluildiT.nurnluKUrluc.Clect, OoiKirrliualiialllls Mat, Mucous Ulscliarisi'S, Consrutlon ot the Kld ncyijlrlck Dust Deposit, IJIauetes, Innmnmatlnn of Hi" Kldncvs and lllaililer, Drunry nf hldnejs sad Acid Urine, llloody Urine, 1'AIN IN i Vren Its forim. Inuhllllv to ltetaln the Water, particularly In reripns ad. Tontcdln life, if IS A KI1JN1CY iNVhbllOATOK anil rcitores tne tlrlnutolli natural color, removes tlio arid and Iniriilni;, and tho c fleet of till) ixccsidv u uso ct lutoxIcutlDB drln I.-. PRICE I : Threo Bottles for S2.BO Delivered free of any charces. OT" Bend for CI rtular. gold by all Drucglits, W.JOHN8TON jjt Dotrolt,Wlohi jroiBm KLBKifi urine, niuuur uuuci inui II K HACK, Itelenllon of Urine. Hunt Urination, Gravel Iu all The Best KaAine and World Renowned, The No. 0 carrivB off all tho first premiums. It litis won its battles in the warmest co'mpelitioiia in 1839. This wondeiful machine leccived the only grand prize aw aided to sewing machines at ram, aim lust premium all over the world wherever shown. During S-p-t'ember 1891 Mie No. 9 . & W. Sewing Machine reeeivod first premiums at the Toledo ciipositiou, Napoleon, Deshler, llnvvliiig Ureun and Fulton Co., Onio, iildo ul Dundee, Petersbmg, Morunci, Adrian and Hedford Michigan fairs. 'this ia pretty good for a Hingle mouth, which could be made more intereatiug only by attending more fairs. The No. 9 lakcii the lead wherever it is seen. M.ichiuts of merit like tne W. & V.,are hourehuld favorite?, and can le relied upon at all limes as the ttuesi and best ft lends of labur merit wins. A. AUSTIN, lis the nun, No. 0 is tho machine. S.iles of the High Arm No. 9 W .& W. in Toledo ate more tliiui all others com bined. It is mo beat sewing machine on tailh, and It is Hold on the most liberal tonus tiiul free to all, at your own home. See mo and get my prices liefoie you buy or irado with any one. 1 can rave you money. AGENTS WANTED. I have 100 good second hand machines to bell cheap, many of them as i"ood as new for lj,10 and upward?, mut be sold, I need Ihe loom. All machines repaired and work warranted. Sewing machines, needles, oil nnd attaclinuuts for all machines, wholesale and K'tail, 'Ihopioples obedient servant, A. AUSTIN, 17 Aclumo St., Toledo, O "mis Hutu rurliinriliivcnfltriniitUat ut-ikfvr in, by Anna 1 apf, Autiln, i i , mi I .iiio. fiuiiit, joifOH, (Mtios Urr nii.(iilirrrtiMufM'rtii. Wl-y MUiitll. KIMuildii lliD world llivl 1W Jul liuni-,-, (Ump ur')U r LfQ bi 'rl'titfri rrt f-nill) t ruins CrgiuVto ill'iiUH)tAIIrf W fcliww ywubotr tul liiiti'M. I m work hiftparvlliu or sll il ilni, HI? minify for vtr ml fcllurtt uiiku-iMii niunf IbrHi. NKW ami wi-ndarflil. 1'trtU ttlr ftM. JI.lluUcttl:Co.lUvjtWttororHuuU,Milo TOLEDO COLUMBUS & CIHCIN'TI TIME TABLE, Takinp effect 8undr Oct., ll.mi. STATIONS. Trliii goine South wzffil&Wm t v&K&m iwHB Lv D Toledo Yondota bt. l'rentlco Hobart Mute City Doullii-; Uunbrldf-e Kui;ar Wilgo Ncvvtons Uovvlitii; Green l'ortane Merniill Jl linden Trotnblcy OvKiict ' Oil Center WelLcr Van llurcn Htuartsvillo North I'lndlay Klndlay ftirtellN Kasilo Creek Arlington Williams town Dunkirk lllanehard Keutun STATIONS. Kenton lllanehard DuiiUrk Wllllamslown Arlington KukIo I'reek Curlellls Klndlay North Klndlay ftuarisviiio Van llurcn Welker Oil Center cyanet Tiotnhlcy MuiiKea Menu 111 l'ortaifo llowlliiK Green Ncvvtons Hucar llldgo liitulirldKO Dowlltiz I.lmo City lluhart l'rentlco Yondota Street Toledo No 6 7 U5 7 0 7 7 to '. .'. 8 M li 8 17 8 2.! 8 :tu 8 8 43 8 47 8 M 8. '.7 9 Ul 0 11 J 17 9!6! 9 S4 J 41) DM 9 W loos 10 17 10 'JS 10 32 10 r.0 AM Trains solm; North. Nol 600 0 1(1 A !!.' C.31 Ii 42 48 C '.' 7 05 7 OS 7V0 7 21 7 SO 7"i 7 40 7 43 7 47 7 81 7M 8 07 8 11 8 17 8 22 8 20 8 86 8 4S 8 50 srr 9 00 AM No 4 10 30 10 33 10 40 10 4'i II) 51 11 01 11 OS 11 10 11 14 11 20 11 29 11 ti ll 3i 11 42 11 41 11 M 11 li7 12 02 12 07 12 19 12 2ft 12 Si 12 3J 12 Til 1 01 1 07 1 14 1 30 I'M No 3 12 15 12 30 12 37 12 42 12 61 12 M 101 1 15 1 20 1 32 1 36 1 43 1 48 1 ii 1 51 200 2 01 2 03 2 20 2 24 2 29 2 34 238 2 W 2 69 SOj 3 10 3 15 I'M THE COLUMBUS, OCKING VALLE ANDTUliEBO 1IK Tho Through Car Line between COLUMBUS TOLEDO Athens and. Pomeroy: The Dipct Line to aad from Detroit. Jackson. Lansing;, AND MICHGA17 POINTS. CHICAGO, ST. PAUL, AND THE GSEAT NOETHWS&T. No 4 20 4 2S 4! 4 33 4 42 4 .r2 4 M ii Ul 5 0. fi 12 r.2e 6 2 DS.S til 541 5 4 5 54 659 G Oft filC I, 20 0 82 6 87 47 CM 7 05 7 14 7 ; ru No 8 8 80 8 46 3 65 4 00 4 10 4 16 4 20 4 33 4 36 460 4 55 502 5 07 5 IS 6 19 5 23 5 28 533 5 41 6 47 853 558 6 03 C15 6 23 6 30 35 6 40 PM Note following Time Card : GOING SOUTH Clilca-;o-.......LT. Detroit " Toledo " Kostoria " Carey '1 Up. bandusky " Marlon.. " 1'rosiicct " Ilclavrare ....... " Colutuhua Ar. Columbus Lt. Lancaster....... " I-ocan " NelsoiiYille .... " Athens MeArthur " Ualllpolls " Mlddleport.... " l'oiaeroy ...Ar, A. M. ISO 7 55 li I57 0 80 9 50 10 14 11 06 A. . t 00 16 35 11 4. 19 11 (U55 127 1 IS 2 05 2 50 3 00 4 10 5 01 6 ii 10 6 0 7 4 8 24 830 r. v. A.M. 7 30 T.M, 197 6 29 tl'i 7ttt (7 40 8 15 8 35 960 9 U 5 55 708 100 8 26 9 10 r. 7 4 A.M. 135 i 65 S 15 17 10 7 35 8 4i S3 10 02 19 35 10 31 12 06 12 44 1! r, r. m. Jf.00 7 0 TiS 9 24 IU B(H... it. goihq NORTH romeroy.. Lt -.ildiiieport.... Gallipnlls McArthur. Athens NelsonTillo.,., Ixijan Lancaster Columbus Ar Coltnubua .Lt Delaware. Marion Up. Sandusky Carey Kostoria Toledo ,. Ar Detroit Ar Chicago Ar Trains .1 mul 4 will stop on signal at Do'Vllng Butiirduvti All trains dully exccpttJundsy. J. M. FEItltlS, It. C FEItniS, Oeu'J Manager. Superintendent. MOULTON IIOUK, Gtu'l Vols AKeut, TOLBUO, O a a t4sn 488 6 14 6 64 700 7! 8 Oft 8 46 Hi 10 10 11 00 1136 "12 20 19 40 1 10 1 20 r 6 20 8 80 r I 288 2 36 8 14 4 81 8 00 6 8t ( 10 148 800 9 40 10 i 11 10 A X 8 26 m t6X6 N A M 5 00 6 50 6 33 17 26 7 S.1 8 05 9 1i r h 19 25 P H 3 45 48T 8 SO i15 35.., 7 Xv... 8 20 ru 10 60 A X J 80 7 10-840- 9 IS. 10 IS. HHllllMIHtt Dally. Dally except 8unday. iUoulf, 1 Bunday only Hates Tla the Iluckevo Koute are alwaTS ta- lov as by any other lino. 0 hrouf-u tickets sold aim uaKKSEecuecKeu louemiiiauon. II eontcmpiatlne a Journey lu any direction please call on nearest agent ot the company, or address any of tho following representatives oi the passenger department for folders, rates and other lutormatlou: K. It. Davidson, Northo a I'uiseugsr Agent, Detroit II A Wilson, City Passenger Agent, Toledo Ciiai 11 Kockwsu., Gentral Suprrluteadent,. Columbus W It 1'iKHKii, (literal l'a-engor and TUktl Acut, Itoom 11, Dkhlr Block, Colu-ubus, n ,i - ii .1--.