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mm LOCAL NEWS. taenia Id this column 10 cents pur lino Venlhor Indications For tho last forr wcolts linvo boon very unrollnblo. On tho days they promised ounshlno wo have had rain. It makci us think of eorao ndvortisora who aro always promising too much. Lnmson Bros., Toledo, mnlce fow promlsos. Thoy never havo special sales promts in? to soil gold dollars for fifty conts etc., etc. Thoy simply promlso to fur nish KELTA11LE DRY GOODS ftt the VOry lowost posalblo prlcos consistent with good business principles, and tho growth of thoir business is ample proof that tho pooplo approclato their wny o doing business. "We Talked About Hoys, Last week wo hod somothlng tosny about boys and bargains In boys suits. 'This week wo want to sny to you, that if the inon will call at our storo wo can interest thorn. No difforenco if your pockotbook is only loaded with a 810.00 bill, wo can not only intorest jou but surpriso you at tho actual valuo wo offor In our choico styles of Tailor made. Real value ot theso suits being 15.00 and $20.00. Remember if we can not give you a perfect fit, wo will havo a suit mado to your order. J. N. Mockett, Tho Toledo Clothier 213, 215, &; 217 Summit St., Toledo, O. 1VAMTUD. To loan SCO.OOO or buy good notes. N. L. Hanson, Cns. CITIZENS BANKING CO. Prrmlnini. No person is entitled to recoivo a premium unlets he pays his subscrip tion to Juno SO, 93. Wanted A competent girl to do general houso work. Mrs. C. L. Hunt. Sb Under Your Carpet You should place a layer of paper. Old papers for that purpose for sale at tho Journal Office. Sco thoso Cork Filled Collars, war ranted not to gall your horses shoulders. Wm. Sciilect. When In need of groceries and provisions It is well to call on C. A. Hoffmann. Young ladies, who dcslro to pro euro blotting paper for fancy work, can got it at this ofllco, cut in any size. You need not wait weeks or months for your carpets if you take them to Puhl's you can get them In less than a week. P. M. Puiil, Maumee, O. II You Want a wagon, buggy, plow, drag, roller, drill, corn planter, clod crusher, culti rators, disk harrow, binder,or mower, romembor you can buy tho same for .ess than Toledo prices. Wm. Sculect. Cull for Your Premium. Subscribers who have ordered nre- mlum pictures will plcaso call at this. o in co anil get thorn. THE JOURNAL. BUSINESS LOCALS. Locals In this column 5 cents per Hue. The Quality nd Flavor or ritlflXA DONNA and CALL.V L.HV Clears Will be kept up regardlciis of expense Calla Lilly warranted to be 30 per cent Havana. fflilea' Nerve and Liver l'llla. Act on a new principle regulating Ihe liver, stomach and bowels through tho nerves. A, new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills, speedily cure biliousness. bad lte, torpid liver, piles.constipation, Unequalled for men, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, suresti 60 doses, 25cU. Samples free, nt A. R. Champney's. Jun. SO. 03. For Balo ut a. TSnre;aln. One Russoll Traction Engine, Sepa rator, Sucker, ono Sandusky Power Corn Shcller, all of which will bo sold at a great bargain. Call at tho Journal ofllco for infor mation. Como quick as tho machinery will bo sold titan exceedingly low price. It is all In first-class order. 1-30-92 Buck lou's Arnica Salve. Tho best salvo in the world for cuts, bruises, sorts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chnpped hands, chilblains corns, nnd all skin eruptions, and pos itively cures uiles. or no ntiv rennm-.l It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion, or money refunded. Price 25 centB per box. For sale by A.R.Champ ney. Hello Uuntere , Will find a largo and wolt-Jhrrangcd assortment of Indian and other relics, in good 'sttito of preservation. Many of theso very rare specimens. They will bo sold at very reasonablo prices. I will also buy all rolics that aro olfored for sale. 40tC Charles Sisson. $100 REWARD Will be paid if REFICIO will not cure any of the disciine for which it is re commended. REFICIO is guaranteed to cienlo new nerve, brain and sexual power or money refunded. It nets quick nnd will relieve nervovs headache and all neuralgio pains In a few minutes. Good digestion, refreshing 6lecp, a clear mind, bright eyes, a cleur and healthy skin all follow tho use of KEFICIO. It will permanently cure nervousness.head che,,Bleeplet?nefcs, neuralgia, sciatica, backache, rheumatism, painful men ctruation, spermatorrhoea, nervous nnd sexual debility in both sexes, and all .kidney and bladder diseases. Price by mail, securely sealed, CO cents ti box, or eix boxes sold for $2,C0 with guarantee to cure most sevuru cases or monoy returned. Addrens A. F. Kalkuoff, M.D., Toledo, O., tho great European Specialist, who can bo consulted free by mail on all nervous, clirmilu and sexual diseases. Write liiin lor examination blank. UlllllJl JW For choico ginghams go to now stylos in dro Williams. White goods check, plaid and stripes. Williams'. Now nck wear for gontlomon at Williams. Now is tho timo to soloct carpet. Soo our now stock at your Williams' Tho carpot trade is just booming with us now. Evorybody snya wo have tho best stock ever shown hero. A. Williams. Wo kcop all of tho host qualities of all wool bargain carpots and sell thorn at rock bottom prices. A. Williams. -Laco curtains and window shades Williams.' at Boforo you buy a carpot don't fall to sco our stock. A. Williams. Mens, boys and chlldrons clothing "" WILLIAMS.' Mens shoes cheap at Williams.' Big stock of Indies parasols just in at Williams.' Parasols from $1.00 up to $5 00 at Williams.' Grand ovoning. concert next Thursday Buy tomatoes, cabbago, popper and celery plants at S. Hartshorn's. 0a Henry Hufford has an old hen that hatched a chick which had 4 legs and 3 wings. Subscribers will plenso understand that no premiums aro given unless tho subscription is paid in advanco to June 30, 1S93. Pie-plant is very fashionable. Its choap; easily propared, and is suro to havo an effect. It might properly bo termed a vegetable sapolio. Somothlng new and nice for Sum mer wear, is the 32-inch Pongoo wash dress goeds at Win. Bartons dry goods sioro. lliey aro cheap, durable and fashionable. By notice ol6ewhero it will bo seen that tho Township Trustees have de cided to repaint und calcimine the town hall, which is a much needed improvement.' Perrysburg Custom Mill will run every Wednesday and Saturday for grinding chop, corn and graham Hour. Also seed buckwheat for sale. 9tf Geo. Boetsch. Si"co it is now a voll-cstablished fact that catarrh is a blood disease, medical men aro quito generally pro scribing Ayer's Sarsaparilla for that most loathsomo complaint, and tho result, in nearly every Instance proves tho wisdom of their advice. Lend your car, in your rural rides, to tho delightful strains of the meadow lark, as it oars with widespread wings over tho emerald fields of he.-iiitnniis spring, and ask yourself what music is sweeter than that which bursts from its ntiio tnroat. tJeUerontainc Examiner. Never had a preparation a more appropriate name than Ayer's Hair Vigor. When tho capillary glands uttumu uuiuuuien oy uiseaso, age, or neglect, this dressing imparts renewed life to tho scalp, so that tho hair as sumes much of its youthful fullness and beauty. Go to tho Grand Concert at St. Rose of Lima church, Thursday even ing. G. H. Caldwell has gone to Cleve land to attend tho Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., thi3 boing tho sixtieth session, and Mr. C. boing tho Representative for this district. Tho Odd Fellows of Cleveland havo mado special efforts to entertain thedolegatoand their wives. Tliis will bb one of tho most interesting sessions of the Grand lodge and tho city of Cloveland will mako tho delegates welcome. A batcholor rccontly said "women h.13 a perfect right to propose, If sho wantsto. There is no more harm in asking a man to marry her than there is in a small boy asking for a red npplo that charms his oyo, or a baby plead ing with its pink tipped lingers for tho protty butter-ily that nlays around it in tho sun." That oninion from thut sourco will no doubt inspire many of niu juir box wiin great courago, now that it is leap year. Will Crank-or has un old hon which is doing a good job of "sotting." In a nest about two foot below the ono sho occupies in tho coop is another nest in which a china nest egg had been placed, nnd this old hon has taken n notion it bolongod to her and has, by eorao means of hor own,succeedecl in convoy ing that egg to hnr own nest. Threo times has the China cep; been taken from hor but sho has every tlmu taken It back, and now Mr. Crauker has con cluded to givo hor a chance to hatch It If she can, and ovoryday expects her w uuiuu un tno nest wun a Chinaman following hor. young Npocliuen Cases . P. H. Clifford, New Cussul, Wis., was troubled with Neuralga and Rheuma tism, his stomach was disordered his Liver was affected to nu alnrming degren, appetite fell away, aud he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength Three bottles of Electrio Bitters, cured him. Edward Shepherd, Ilarrisburg III. hsd a i tinning soro on Ids leg of eight years' standing. Used threo bottles of Electiic Hitters mid seven boxes of Biicklon's Arnica Sulvo, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Cataw ba. O,, hud five, largo Fever sores on ills leg, doctors said ho wan incurable. wuc mi.i.in in riieuiiiu uuiers aim ono box Ilucklen's Arnica Salvo cured him entirely. Sold at A. R. Chumpnoy'u Drug store. WMUgsUSM Lost Bunch of keys. Wm. Scott. Don't forget the concort next Thursday ovoning, Beginning Juno 1st, Conrad Sell ing will deliver milk twico a day. 0b Take tho baby out for an airing In ono of thoso new baby carriages nt Win. Schloct's. Tho pastor or tho M. E. church will preach on "Somo Lessons of tho Fire," Sunday morning, ., ''Tho May bride," says a prophet, "will bo contonted, amlablo, and is likely always to bo happy." Georgo Scott pold a lot on Front Rtvcot near residence of Elbort Ross to Pot or Blank of Bowling Grcon, who will erect a residoiiGO thoreon this season. James Dunlptico has purchased tho properly on Second Streot owned by Ira VanStcklo. Ho will probably orect a rcsldonco thereon hut has not deter mined when ho will do so. Tho Ladies of tho first Prcsbytor inn church will hold thoir next social at the residence of Mrs. Georgo Mc Knight on Friday evening May 27th. All aro cordially invited to attond. A.. R. Chnfnpney is placing in position an elegant now soda fountain and it is expected the thirsty can hero after quench their thirst with a first class quality of "fi7.z"n Mr. Champnoy will deal out nothing but tho best. . Tho farmer who has no ditch kicks Ynus-a ho didn't ditch bororo; and tho ono who has dug ditches will now dig many more. And then kick himself be cause ho can't turn tho darned farm up on edgo to let tho water off faster. The Toledo Fifo and Drum Corps will give their third annual ball at tho town hall on Tuesday eve, May 24, nt whicn timo special efforts will bo mado to givo thoso whoattend the finest danc ing party of the season. Admission 60 cents per couple. Miss Carrio Purvis delightfully entertained her many friends Friday evening, it being her eighteenth birth day. Excellent refreshments woro sei'vcil at twelve, after which a most enjoyable llmo was had by tho young poople. Miss Carrio was the recipient of many beautiful presents from hor friunds. Among thoso from abroad were Misses Nelllo and Sudlo Collins, Mrs. M. Caldwoll, Oscar Militzcr, R. Stickles, Lew Finch and John Caldwell from Toledo. I'KKSONALITIKS. John Webb of Toledo, was in town Wednesday. F. J. Oblluger of Toledo was in town over Sunday. Mrs. Jaeger of Elmore, visited Mrs. L. K. Dooring. Mrs. J. B. Sheplcr visited relatives hero Wednesday. ' O. K. Bennett nnd wife visited Mrs. G. McKnight Tuesday. Miss Flora Emmet is sponding tho week in Bowling Green. Miss Porrin visited friends in Bowl ing Green over Sunday. E. D. Lock and wife ot Toledo, wcro in Perrysburg this week. Miss Megginson of Toledo, was tho guest of Mrs. Rev. Warner. Mrs. Geo. B. Crook who has been ill for a few weeks is improving. Fred Pargellis of Hull's Prairie at tended the dedication Sunday. Miss Brownlco of Toledo, was tho guest of Miss Robertson Sunday. Mrs. T. E. Bayncs of Elmore, was the guest of Mrs. A. P. Johnson. Mrs. E. C. Lee and Mrs. H. E. Peck spent Tuesday in Bowling Green. Dr. Hamilton was in Cincinnati over Sunday on a business and pleasuro trip. Miss Viola Raustan was tho guest of hor sister Mrs. S. Bradbrook last week. Miss Kittlo Caldwell is visiting relatives in Bradner and Fostoria this weok. Miss Gnrtio Finkboinor was tho guest of Mifcs Edith Hollenbeck this week. -Mrs. !-. v. Morry enrao over Sun day to attond tho dedication of the naw church. Miss Mattio Birth of Chicago, called on old friends in Perrysburg on Tues day last. Miss Nettie Thornton 'of Tolodo, Is tho guost of her cousin Miss Cella Philbin. Misses ICottio, Mary and Ina Oblinger cf Toledo, yisited Perrysburg friends this week. Mrs. R. Wallen of Mnntnlit.n f!ni is tho guest of her mother Mrs. Addi son Smith. D. ITnylor and family Green spent Sunday with of Bowling Mrs. H. C. j-iawrenco. Win. Weed and wife, and Charles Dustln and wife of Toledo, fJundaycd in Perrysburg. M. Hartslng has returned to Perrys burg to again make their homo hero. Glad to sco thorn back. Mrs. J. M. nirth and daughters, Kato and Millio -and Georgo Hirth, and wife, Sundayed in Perrysburg. Wm. Day and wife, and J. E. Wilki son and wife, of Fostoria enjoyed visits with relatives and friends in 'this place over Sunday. J. O. Troup of Bowling Green was in town Monday and in tho ovonin"- at tended Phoenix Lodgo, whoro he was warmly welcomed. 1'nper Hanging. Frank Hollenbeck is now ready to do paper hanging. Loavo ordora at tho post-ollico. Fino wori; a specialty. Oa A Ileal i:tulo Hoont Attrnets tlte attention of every property holder in thin city, But when Dr. Fnuikliu Miles, the eminent Indiana upeciulist, elnims that Heart Diswiro ia cuniDle and proves it by ihougimda of testittioniuls of wonderful curca hy his Now Heart Curoj it attractH tlio ntten tiou of tho millions MilTering with Short Brentli, Piilpiiatimi, Irioeulnr Pulse, in Stomach, l'.tiu in Side or Shoulder, Smothering Spelln, Fuintlntr, Dropsy, etc. A. P. Uavis, Silver Creole, Neb., hy imitii: four bottles of Dr. Milefl' iftcw Heart Cure, wan coniplt'tely t-ured after twelvo yettra suiTyrititc fiotu Heart Disease. Tliis now remedy is aold by A, 11. Cliaiupnoy. Hooka Piue, 0HUB0H DEDI0ATI0N. Tho Inaw l'rcnuyterlati Church Dodlcnteil on .Sunday, May 1(1, 1002. A Large Attonitnnrn-Th Church l'roo from liobt. On Sunday last tho now Presbyterian church was dedicated according to an nouncomont In tho JOURNAL of last week. Tho ladles had decoratod the church in a beautiful manner with potted plants and cut flowers, and tho edlfico proscntod n vory protty appearance. Ihero was In attondtinco many mem bers from tho different denominations in this place and visitors from neighbor ing towns and cities. Tho pulpit was occupied by Revs. Williams nnd Bacon of Toledo, Shaw and Johnson of this place, and tho pas tor, Rev. Adams. Tho services woroopenod with prayer by Rov. Adams. Tho choir then sang Katzchraar's "To Deum," which was followed by tho responsive, readings from tho 100th Psalm. Rov. Johnson read passages from the scripture 1 Cor. 3: 1623; I Kings 8: 55-OG. Mr. W. L. Adams sang tho tenor solo "Jerusalem" after which Rev. Shaw of tho M. E. church offered prayor. "Christian the Morn Breaks Sweetly ucr U8 "y "io onoir proceeded tho T TTlt- ... most excellent sermon by Rov. Dr. jadoiit tnnt our patron will appreciate Williams of Toledo. Tho dedicatory ith,e n(,l-lc aml ho j.'M to avail them prayorbyProf. Hall of Oberlln, wn97iXS)r,;,jP!,0,,lu,,llr of "ti.l..lns luiiuncu uy tno nymn, "1 L,ovo thv lungoom .Lord, tho Houso of Thinn Abode" and tho morning services closed with tho benediction. Shortly before closing tho morr. - ing services, II. M. Hoover, in bohalf of tho building comralttco, presented Air. fatcphon Morry, as trustee, the keys to tho church and gaye a state ment of the financial standing of tho society, which was still In dobt to tho amount of 93-50. As is usual on such occasions, a collection was takon un and every person was given an oppor tunity to contribute THE EVENING SERVICE Was optned with scripture rending followed by the choir singing "In Dreams I heard tho Seraphim," nnd prayer. Rov. Dr. Bacon ot Toledo, preached tho sormon, and at the closo of his remarks took occasion to approvo tho action of tho congregation in remain ing faithful to their old pastor. Tho vocal duett "Abldo with Mo'' by Mr. Adams and Mrs. Williams charmingly rendered. Tho singing of tho hymn "Lead Kindlv Llirht.-' e.lncn.i the sorvice for the ovening. Before closing, however, Mr. Hoover mado a second stntemont of the finan cial conditions and announced a happy surprise by saying that tho collection of tho morniliff nmountml rn :-til.ni ""'. making $13.01 over tho debt. That the church is free from dobt is vory gratifying not only to the con gregation but to many others who aro in sympathy with tho members. John E. Wilk-isnn nf KYictn,.l .V.n sooms not to forget his old homo jrerrysourg, ana whoso sympathies have loug been with the old church horo, came over vtith four members of his choir Miss Mary Lockhart, soprano; Mrs. L.G.Williams, contralto; W. L. Adams, tenor; L. Beaver, basso and took charge of the musical part of tho services. The members of the choir are "verv thorough and sIHIlo.i vocalists and their blnging charmed tho congregations and added greatly to tho beauty and solemnity of tho, services. Grand Vocal and Inntriinieiitnl Concert On Thursday ovening, May 2fltl, at eight o'clock, there will bo a grand vocal and instrumental concort in tho now St. Roso of Lima church. Tho church will bo entirely completed and furnished. It will bo tho ilrst opening and singers from Toledo and Cleve land will be present. Admission only twenty-five cents. Pay at tho door. DIED. KERSKER. At his homo in Toledo, Harry, infant son of J. II. Kerskor and wife, May UH., aged 1 year, .'! months and 3 days, of Bronchitis. His remains woro brought to this placo und placed In the vault. Tho funoral was in charge of Karl Matthias of Toledo and R. S. Clegg. Thoso who attended from abroad wore: Mrs. J. M. Hull, of Cloveland and Mrs. M. C. Donatio, sFstors of Mrs. Kerskor, Mrs. Dr. J. J. Mnrphy and Mrs. C. B. Roid of Lima. Wo dosire to roturn our sincoro thnnkB to tho ladiewho mot us at the eemotorv. J. H. K. Financially Cinbarraiied. A lur;o manfneturer, whoso niTuira woro very uiucli einhnrriiitseu. nnd who was overworked and broken down witli nervous exhaustion,, vent to a celebrated specialist. Ho was told Hint tho unlv thinK needed was to bo relieved of earn and worry ,and have a change of thought. This doctor wns inoro considerate of his patient's health than of his financial circumstances. lie ought to havo advised him to use Dr.. Miles' Uestora tlvo Nervine r tho best remedy for nerv ous iirostriuion. Bleeplesmiens. dizzinese, hefldnche, ill effiecta of Kiints, tobacco coffee, opium etc. TliotiaiiiidH'tebilfv to cures. Uoufc mid1 trial buttlu fren m . K. Ctiutnpneysi mt.ajfci.u3mjfcf;m Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Reyort. i m "" ms&i& ABSOUTEDf PURE WatcliHJ, Cloiks, Jewelry, SpeuU cle. tiicriiii fit l i 1 1 k -t i ulvi-n ' rrimr Ing. All WmiiliiihI. .lOIINKUliFMJH, S13 Minimi- hlreet, loledo, SI'KCII.Mi ANNOUNCKMnNT. Wo have mado arrangements with Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., publishers of "A Trcatino on tho htir.o and his diseases," which will enable all our subscribers to obtain a ropy of that valuable work TKKn by Minding their address (enclosing a two-cent utainp for mailing fhiiih) to Dit. IJ. ,l. Ken dall Co., ENoanuRan Falls, Vt. This book Is nw recognized ns stand ard authority upon all dhcascs of the horse, as it phenomenal sale attests, over four inllllini copiiix having been sold in th past Ion yearn. ivilo never boforei reached by any Publication in I ' . tho same period of time. Wo foci enn It Is neersarv tint irm mniillnn 1.1.1 paner In sending for the "Tr .ilj . ii IIISU. , . WU1 roraaln l)cn iot" only a ! . . . unni'T i inin - - ' NOTICE TO COjTTSACTOIIS. I Scnlnl Troponin JVIlMierieflvrfl nitric mll.e of the ToiTiuliln Clerk, mull ISu'rim-li noon, nn Saturday, Juna 4, 1892, nr he palmitic Mini rulc-liultitiiir of tlio Town S.iM liiiWxIinll Iip sepi-rAte mid tlo Trn-tcei reserve tlie rlsltt In rrjerlany i.i M! I,f,l. HpcriflrittlniK. nmv on lllcnt thisC'ieilii otllee. lly order ol Hie Tiuitceo. riiii.ii' wr.r.r.i.. 4 'I wp. Clerk . mm COTTON R09? A recent ilNroverv liv nn old plijuleiiiii. bnrrwjiillii nl imuillilti ti;i Ifimi.'iniilK uf hu!!ri. ,!m In-only pel fietlVMife unci .-(liiilile in iln-liio ill.cuvei-ed r.fi.".n t.f llmirt. . I..1...I .1... pMa who uil'er inferior nndli'liie in plnee of Illf5. ASIC fdr riltlR'H OllTrn llmrr lnuh,ii.-i. fAr no HiMilulr. or rnrlnsc el nnd (1 eenli it! pn'taso in leiicr ami win wml. M-nlcd ""," '" '!' ...ij!"1 l.?M iil:,,l.. '' "' I. liv .i-i.. cmelopc, in Imlle tmly.-JM.imp, Aildre.-'ii I'onil l.liy Cniiipaiiy, ., . . . If": :i '''t'li'T ltlork. Detroit. Mk-Ii ?. ?' !,n I'erKliurs ami eicrywhere liy c-potiilje driiirtl.'.ts. ' .Special ICnlltna .Tulci. ' '.' ...". '""inteiidlnx to l-o unyirhcre It in.iv pny vim io coiiMiit ti.e fiillowlin; lint of l"Pnd ".-" ?mh,jmcd low ratl "I'ldi will be Wn " ojmo rrwaii. .,,,.. t. O. C. ZlT.,K.. tc 31. ICr.iT C&C) One Tare for Hie ICnuud Trlii in .A.Ii:r?n..0-;Ao,cnl"lt "f Yo"R People' focirtr of Uiri.it nn tiulevir. Hell tickets June 23tli, 02?. WlaiSiSrn,.ul ie.fT.&Jiui ".--" ...... ..u...... ...nil. lllli. i.ULIl . 2flth to June Mh. Return limit Jiirn. .iiuh Cliloiipi ill. Account n( Ucinocmtlo National Convent on Sell tickets Juno li.tli, to -Jul, Return limit Jinv fitli. CIiieiiiiiti o. Account of I'rolilljltlnn Nntloiml Convention. Sell tlekcts J lino -JMh iind'.OiU. Ueiiim limit Jiilvuli. '"-" Cleveland (), Aeeoiint '.of nice I Inn Grand LoiIbp I. ). O . Mull tickets -Mi.y 0 and I? ,. Return limit MnyaiM. nnd iicrmiiit Ohio m"io leKelieri A,iielnlliui. Tickets Hill Im fid.l June'J, th nod -Aili, limit to return Jnlyllst from points in Ohio only. ' ' ' Coliimlnistj. Account of Stnlo Prohibition Convention. Sell tickets Slay 21th anil a. return limit StiiyjTtli.mul iieiouiuuiilii uiniol enitlcSt.ite ronvuiillon. Titkets will be mild JuuulutliuuUlili Willi return limit to Juuu lotli, from points in Ohio only UelraltSffeli.-Vm,niit of Mcillnil Associn- iimVt.r,i;lIcV.iuM Jmiu c,u ",,a "u- j,uu,r Hcleim Mont.-Account of Supremo I.odse u'.0, Vi """," tickets June Till to 11th. Return limit :ti dnys. Lima O.-Acrmint or Ohio Sur.ilnv School A-vsoeiutioii, tieket.s will besulil Juno fitli nnd in Ohio "-'turn Juue loili, fiom all point ilillbrook Pa. Account of Confcrenro of Oernuin UiiplluUrelhren. thkets on mIo Slay 3i.st to June 1th. llmlieil to return Juno ssril. .ui iiicupous .Minn. AiTonni r,f Nntlounl Ke- p.1;, '""'j'i'" M-n v '"! '' lciiui' " ",iie j" 'th, ,! 'i'",'1 Ctl1' limited to leliini .luue'JMIi. loledo Ohio. Account ot L'ulled Commercial lraulcritoiivciitl(iii. Tultem will bo on sale ,m ..Sfl0"s 'i"!"1 "tRU(i la-l'lililf ThiirMou i. T?"'" I'"1 fr"m 1,u "tl'er tuitions mum MaveotileS "'"' "7"'' ll'uluI t0 rctllrn ONK r.n t;.vcu UNION i-oriiunii, ur Xlny Rtli to 1 1 1 la. I'ort.enerul Assembly Picsbv. Olmrcli ,. a..t. ''rtliunl. Oregon, ihe Clover Itou o.T.fet.l.. A K. c. it. It. will Issi to be r Leaf curMnn tickets to Portland, Oregon, and r'e-" tllril. 10 (lllV.l ImPI- Ml n,. l.,-,..i Ti. '...." r. ... for tin-roiunl trip, inaklns; a saving; of nearly $111 ni compared with tonrlt-t fare l-'or further Pinri JS!.1,1.".1!1.?" uniieiireit ueul'or Hddrcss, qjh.MU.Y-,, Gen'l I'ass. Agent. Toledo, O. C. rxcnrlon Ticltcts. siwi!.liJ"r,"er"0,,('.e,tl,cC!' ". will sell Simitar excursion tickets at o.ie fare for the round tr u rood fur ih,. .w nr ...i ....... ..'".T only between stations on the lino between Cincinnati and Toledo. istf Clover Lear ImprovctiiuiitH. The Clover T.Mf rtnnttf. n'.1..1f. a. t .., . .... T.TT WJ' " '- '"" Krrance.i wttn tlio WaR ner Co. for omi new bufiet sleepen of the i'V,' n.'id l'i"lsomct (Icslmis, it ii liltely tht in the courie of ten or nfieen davi the cam will be remly for service. They will run be. ttteen To erto anil sir. i,,i. J ...-J...... v-...Vii..T n ".. "i."""'"'. '"'. '?' .-" n'i At p . 1 ' UI1 iiirousn io scw voru m .i.n ..;.r.. .r.7.7. .v:""v "s,",;",.'-".' sew York. excellent l iiikI tno . uiucli to I .!. vioitr i.cii if now reiidcnns service between thin liv nn.i r i nT. additloni i above mentioned will liild tno popularity of tho llnc.-Commeicliil.Tolei'o Mb jrffft---. I Vtfii. At YozzonVs Ibp POWDER S SAFE; D THREE I &"?;.. rl i TBr-3"m-mrmt I ruiittnow a d iu. uiuuxx. a m -,-, nt- iiniii Baking Powder DRFB MONROE Wll! bo at 313 CHERRY &T., TOUO O.,, Saturday, May 14, 1892, ONE DAY ONLY. remnn of repented ron.iie t I have decided ill Visit Ttllritil nnro In flro aVa immrm B' in 1 1 w.......:.i.:..v '.. ";.- -"- - J . " i-iiRiineii iri'c unnn nil caea, atstt t lillirrnnilllnntlnl. Allure ri.mii..M In hrin iii"iitii;iiiiiii Uvn cum cnf urine. Clm wen moderate, and M i iiii-n run ii n ina ininn niraid tw i-a n aaa m wiiiiiuii mm emmren i'lirniirdlcnsei. I hnve di peclaltjr, ala lllliilliv 111 nrtlpr In Ink tin npert n nr laeal in order to tnke the rond. expnaslT in for the licnelttnt chrome NUffcrera. Correapi )- uihn jiiiviuL'. r.xniniiiaiion iree. Anarea SOT Inillnuri Avo.iTOL.KDOi O. It RAG CARPETS WHO tAMTS THEM? MAUMEE. OHIO An c.Tperienced weaver, has epeaaA a rag carpet factory in tho rear of Puhl'h Pholcgniph gallery and is pre pared to make carpets, rugs, muffler and lly nets. 45 R: S. CLBGG DEALER IK FURNITURE Fine Parlor & Bed Boom Suits Chairs, Tables, Lounges. UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING- Only White Hearse in County. Second Street. PERRYSBURG- DR. KALKHOFP Has tho largest private pmetlco in tlio United SUtM mm BUROPEAH" SPECIALIST. H3 yearn' jirli uto practicn uiwl liunpital c- peiirneo in Kuropo anil America. Dr. xiii a "tfJBoer of tho Kiiropcau Asnciattoa V. "."" ' ' TDneai ppviaiiFM. ritomaclt and iioirel JHi.raicd, ..-h n Dr pepfia. C'niisll nation, Pilc,rtc.,ciirnliinclnraruar. nntojbyXlr. Knlkhoft's oilu-i'ial UIHT CItARTS I)lnitl,Mj;i)ina,tiistiiiinrmnrr-.Tith the food. lliroat, I.iuik: unit Nnvil IMkcuni?., mda. u Catarrh. UrnncliilU, Arthina. Consumptiqn. D4 'i MM-.Sff- e!,'l-d '''' nn orWiuil eyr torn of IXIUL. AilON v.ltli rmnprocd medieuted cms) for li'iimi or offlco treatment. Worst canes of CoUrrh tu!f,' W thi1 tnctliiil in t3 to Oirce roonUii. All Cirouio r.iut llcopcrato lliHra-iesnoii V.'i."n.',,,nin.""ln' I'amlyrig, Ncurnlifin, Hcudacfc. Htj, fclecili..';55, llmin nnd Kcrvmu Exhmu. t on, tani-ms Tiunon. Slttn Dice.isod, Erockie f Implex UIwri, Halt Rlieuin, oto.; oiso. Uiart. Liver, Ividrey, Uladilcraud l'cinafs Dkciuus. PRIVATE AND SEXUAL DISEASES, cured nuil-ianuarantciaiid forfeit of V10G0 fur fU. uro. Lost toa.ilii.iid. fctienn.itorrhiea, Scmiaal UraknH, Efteitj nt V-l:ful lodlrerrtions and hetiial brvFeF. Nervous ill lillitr. Ilrhnn.ll VU ta II tr, Con fusion o Idc-ii", A version to Socioty, Loj of Hi inory nnd .iivn;y,l raimtoncy, ete.,(iulckly nnd icrijaiieiitly cured lyniioriBiralandliovorrailins f"!'- "1'nin,"1,.B!a' Sw'tllis, (licet. Stricture, iHuiaihlo luuv, irlthout tho woof nirrcury or bin smnto from h'lsliim. Curci snaranteod whet iithcn lave i le.1. Low l.arr.w.aml eniuulratiS sacredly coufideuti-il. Ofllco Jumtj-B to ISanT." fc i and 7 to S p. ui. bundays aud Holidays 9 to 12. OUT OF TOWN PATIENT ?fln,,.e-. ytto lsit (iFimbl"i hut not neoenwir rito to A. F. . Kalltlinir, .tr. 1., Toleiloj Ohl3 liJl1,0 L:,nIuVnntI' n Illault. or coll at hia QBcr. Kuniinlt lif TV" '"r" ,,.. ,. ana ao' KJIV" .V0,hcr, yi,tt .wiU ,,mI lhu most com- Sownro 1 V1,Tr!K..l.lii';,',r ''. "V" '? Aaerica. SVbTf" "S ,.',"r. ' who aro coiS . - .w kw .uj uuiuu IU t'Ot 1JIIJII1C3J. . ' " " ' J' """"' ' ! . m PLEXION CURATTYE; BEiUTIFYIHG. J.2.3. AllSrnnuU Fancy Stores.