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THE PULSE! Shown how tlio HEART bouts and tho following unsolicited testimonials show tho merits of Champnby's CnLnniNn Huadachb POWDUKS. To those who aro troubled with head aches, wo will give a frco sample. Thoy contain no Morphino. Opium, Antipy rino or imy Narcotics, nor do thoy lmvo any bad effects on the heart. They tiro very grateful to tho stomnch and "will positively euro a headache arising from any cnusc. Horo is what Chtis. Wltzlor, thu furnltn.ro man says of them : Horo Is what Chas. Lawroneo says : Porryrtburg, O., March 10, '93. Gentlomou : Your Headache pow ders (Champncy's Cclcrlno)iro superior to any I havo over used ; ono powder absolutnlr cured tno of a scvore head ache Yours Itesp'y, Cans. Lawrence. Porrysburg, O., March 30, '03. Saturany morning I had such a severe sloic hemhtcho that I thought I would bo obliged to go homo. 20 min utes after taking one of Champnoy's Colerino Headache Powders I was en tirely relieved. They leave no bad after offects. You is Rcsp'y, C. B. Trudoau. Prico, jLO cj OS ots A.R. CHAWIPNEY LOCAL NEWS. Locals lu this column r rents per line Ketllietlolt ISllIo. I wish to announce to tho ladles of Porrysburg and vicinity that I havo a large btoolc of trimmed hats nnd bon" nots that I will sell at onc-thlrd less than tho usu-il price. Also a number of Misses and childrcus hats that will bo so!d for '2 cents to close out tho stock. Lina Umch. 1Gb SoliIlertH Home- Kxclirslon. C. n. & D., R. R.. Thursday July 20 under the uuiplcos VAU- North West ern Hand at i-'hullny, O. Train lcavrs Pcrrysbursrii:20 n. in., fare is $2 25. Soldier's Homo Daj ton, O., attracts more people annually than all the com bined attractlniiH in ono htate. It is now In its y.nllh of bcautv Tho Elks North Western Band of Findlay, O., will accompany the u.curlondiscourse ing linesclfclitm-i unrouio at tho homo. 13. O. McCormicU, U. P. & T. A. VThca Baby was slct, tvo jraTP hor Castoria. When sho ti as a Clnld, the, cried for Castoria. "When she became MI-w, she chins to Castoria. Vhcn sho hail Children, sho gave them Castoria, DAUNTLESS AND OLEVELAND BICYCLES. These nio anion thu best wheels on tho market and will bo .-old for cash or on monthly payments. Can furnish any make of wheel customer may desiro, for le-s money than Nimo can bo pur chased elsewhere. Bicycles for rent. !)tf WM SCHLEOT. Jiiotlccnl I'cucn 11 ml Notary S'ubl Ic Is permum-iitly imutcil in thu Klierly Illock anil will ileotu Ills entire time In the business ol his otllte. Colkalimk promptly nmile. 1 RUDOLF DANZ, Bakery & Confectionery si) ncaier in SCHOOL SUPPLIES, STATIONERY Novelties and Toys of all Kinds. Dr. WintielU successor to Dr. J. P. Thompson, btill gives 25 per cent, dis count ou till kinds ot dental operations to introduce his work. Teeth extracted for 25cts. Anaesthe tics only 25cts. additional. His wifo is his assistant. Ho is a competent administrator of gas. E.amino his $S.OO teeth. All kinds of work absolutely warranted in every respect. Kuilrord fare and livery bill refunded to thoao having $5.00 of work done. Crown and bridge work a specialty. Olllce in Tiler building, Second St. EESTAUBANT & POOL. K00M, Front Street, Penysburg. S. B. RICE, Prop. First-class Wines, Liquors and Cigars. LUHCH AT ALL HOURS. Debt of btublu loom free ot elmrjje to natrons, lu rear of He-it turuiil. ti:i:uVMtuics i-mui: l'Aiu to vxumv.iit). Wheat Uwl S9c Wlieiit While... . J Cora (LnrHn'r luolhs Corn, shelled WliltcOuts Rye Barley Dressed licet ... 52C .... au c ... it Lard per 100 lbs Hulls V to 2Wc Htccrs UK to a Cows 0-2 to OMo CalvehOiicsseit) 7o Culvcb(lle) Ge Cattle B toay, l'orlt, ner bbi VM 00 I'orU(llvo) V. I'ork larebsul) 9c (Jeese - lOo CUli-Urns, per lb. (UveKHrltn;) lie Ohlckciifc " " (diesseil) loo Chickens (old) 7a Turlu'js (ilrt-iseil) pur lb 1 Ho Turleyt(llo) " " 10 Ducks (aroused) 10c ' (live) 7o l'otivtoei SOo ApplOH, per bu 75c linltcr 11c Ekks ... 14 Klonr, per bbl $1 DO to $1 70 BWUh.. 'i IbtiViiZ "fflrwk Wc have just opened a new lot of Soft arid Stiff Hats in late styles, at popular prices. Have you noticed the new line of Windsor. Ties in our Show Window, at 25c each. They arc very handsome styles for the price. See the new styles in Childs Caps for small boys at Williams & Fuller Thoro will ho a meeting of tho township teachers Saturday afternoon at tho court houso. Decatur VanHollon is homo 'from his recent trip as a commercial travel ler for Bell A Co., of Buffalo. All tho Ann Arbor boys nro at homo for a rest. Thoy all report a yeur of very successful school work. For first-class horse-shooing go to D. W. Snyder, at Cranker's old stand. Satisfaction guaranteed. Joe Bnird Is humping himself in his candidacy for Clerk. Ho fools pretty good over his chances, nnd well may he. These aro glorious days to rldo on tho steam boat. Nearly every family is provided with ono of Capt. Lang's season. ticKcts. Bert Crnnker hns moved his bar ber shop to tho vacant building cast of Philip Wetzel's, whore he will be found ready to accommodate all who need bis services. Thomas Franey has returned from tho World's Fair aud will resume his place as agent here. No better boy, no better citizen, no bettor agent Uvea in any C. H. &. D. town than Tom. Dr. I. S. Bowers has, through his. highness Byron Ritchie, been appoint ed one of the examining surgeons for Wood county, for tho United States pension department. Good for Doc! Charles Ord of Muumee came near drowning lust Tuesday by being taken with cramps while in bathing. Some boys who were with Charley succeeded in gotting him out by the use of an old skiff. Albert Kalmbnck of Military has been appointed postmaster at that place, vice Win. Bailey whoso term expires, and whose politics won't work with the Groverltcs. Where is friend GrovoV Tho clean whito tents on the banks of the river begin to indicate tho up. proueh of the camping season, and farmers along tho stream should begin to hunt up the old pud locks to their chicken coops, If you want a binder or mower, get the Champion or Empire, the leading machines. Otf Wm. Schl ECT. In our announcement of the in stallation of ofllcers of Porrysburg lodge K. of P.. last week, we omitted the names of H. Uthoff as Inner Guard, and Thos, Roether us Outer Guard, who were installed with tho other otli ccrs. The Journal lust week uninten tionally failed to mention the displays u the celebration parade of Davis hardwaro, in charge of John Marshal, and tho Sherldon Wheel Factory.which were among tho finest displays in the precession. D. W. Snyder, practical horso shoer, at Crankor's old stand. Dr. WInfield is justly gotting the patronage of many of our best people who havo been going to Toledo for somo tlmo to got their work done. Ho Informs us that while people aro gotting 25 per cent discount on all kinds of work they are saving their fare to and from the city and their hotel bill ulso. He warrants his work to bo a success or no pay. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Specta cles. Special attention Riven to repair ing, All Warranted. JOHN ZURFLUll, 1)13 Monroe' street, Toledo, A painful and exceedingly danger ous accident occurred lust Wednesday near Pcrryuburg. A team belonging to Mr. Ed. Mandol ran away with tho binder, and the ion ot Mr. Mandol who was driving was thrown into 'the machine and very severely and dan gorouely cut. Dr. Rhelnfrank was quickly called and dressed tho wounds. Tho Doctor Bays thoy aro serious. Somo iiends cut tho double-harness belonging to Androw Kuzmier all to plocos, and then went to tho place ot Androw Byers und cut tho top of his buggy into threads. Such a por formanco is fit only for the lowest und most depraved characters on oarth, and to think that thoy muy live in Wood county makes ono feel ashamed to tell tho story. No effort should bo sparod to discover the criminals and Dring mom 10 me nuuisnmen so vlcUly desorvo. thoy PERSONAL. Dr. Hamilton is in Dotrolt this week. Miss Mabel Wiors is visiting Mrs. Lee. F. Itlssor of Toledo called on rela tives horo Sunday. Mi3s Katio Wetzel visited frlonds In Dowllng this wcok. CIiob. Cook and son of Bowling Green visited horo Monday. W. F. Vass of Chicago visited his homo horo this wcok. Jamos Merry of Toledo called In town Tuosdny evening. I. N. Saddlor nnd wlfo wore In Mill bury two days this wcok. Dolllo McAllister of Weston visited hor parents horo recently. Mr. Flannery tho now operator re turned to Troy, his homo. Gortlo Voitch 1r visiting hor brother Tom at Bclmoro this week. P. V. Chllcoto and children visited rolatiycs horo over Sunday. Harry Aokley of Dotrolt visited Frank Hollenbeck this wcok. Mrs. Don Whitehead of Jerry City, visited hor mother horo this week. Ernest Blank visited Forenaugh's circus at Bowling Green last Friday. Miss Sadio Winters of Grand Rapids, Mich., visited friends hero this week. Mrs. W. Comstock accompanied her husband to Fort Wayno, Iud., this weelc. Frank Myors of tho Russell Sage, callod on friends in Porrysburg last Sunday. Miss Julia Lucas will soon mako a tour through tho cast visiting friends in Now York. Miss Emma Zoisler has been visiting in Fremont and Oak Harbor during tho past week. Charles Franklin and wifo of Leipsic, formerly of Front street, aro visiting in Porrysburg. Mrs. J. H. Korskcr of Toledo is on terttiining her cousin, Will Webb of West Virginia. Chris Hartsing and wifo and George Pfister and wifo will start for a trip up tho lakes this week. Mrs. Frank Ball and baby of Bow ling Greon, visited Mrs. Katio Nellls the first of the week. Tho Hon. J. L. Evans of Noblesvllle, Ind., was tho guest of Mrs. F. S. Dunl paci on Thursday last. Miss Fia Zaengor of tho Bowling Green schools is spending her summer vucation with friends here. Mins Frankio Nellis has returned home after a week's visit with rela tives und friends in Bowling Green. Chas. Peck and Eugio Rheinfranlc nro spending their vticatiou on Lake Huron ou board the steamer Maumcc Valley. Mrs.Ellenbcrg'ir of Tiffin Mrs.Houser of Pittsburg and Mrs. Starry of Toledo are "pending a few days with their mother, Mrs. Reither. Mrs. N. B. C. Love nnd daughter Lura, and Miss Blanche Davis of Find lay, called on Mrs. Love's daughter Mrs. Fred C. Ebcrly ou last Tuesday. They were on their way to Lakeside. Tho wheel factory will begin run ning August 1. Dr. Rheinfrank's office is receiving a fresh coat of paint, which adds great ly to Its appearance. Tho Epworth Lcaguo will give a lawn feto and mu&lcalo In tho yards ot Messrs. Crook and Muddy, on Wednes day evening, July 2(5. BertHannum the popular yonng pharmacist from Champnoy's Drug store started for tho World's Fair on Monday lust with tho Commercial crowd. Our readers will bo interested this week in the advertisement of tho Fay ette Normal University. Don't over look It, for it will bo well worth your while to writo for catalogue and see tho special advantages this institution offers. Get my prices on furniture boforo buying olsowhero. Remember I boII as cheap as it can bo handled. ClIAS. WlTZLEK. Charley Witzlor has a now "biko" a fine Ariel, und ho can run against every lamp post on u street in less time than you can count them. Ho bus knocked tho bark otf his noso in several places, some of the places being us much as four Inches apart. Charley is improving, however, and will do volopo Into a llyer. Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoko Your Life uwity. Is tho truthful, startling title of a lit tle book that tolls about No-to-buc tho wonderful, harmless guaranteed tobac co habit euro. The cost is trilling aud tho man who wants to quit und can't run r.o physical or financial risk in us ing "No-to-buo" sold by all druggists. Book at Drug stores or by mail froo, address. Tho Sterling Remedy Co., Indiana Mineral Spring?, Iud. Masoniu Mooting, There will be u special meeting of Phoonlx Lodge, F. & A. M. No. 123, at tho Masonic temple, Porrysburg, ou Wednesday evening, July 20, for in struction. District Lecturer to be presont. 10b J. H. TuoitNTON, W. M. All Free. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know its value, nnd those who havo not, have now the opportunity to try it Free. Call on the advertisod Druggist und get a trial Bottle, Free. Band your name nnd address to II. E. Iluoklun & Co., Chicago, und get a sam ple box ot Dr. King's New Life Pills Free, as well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor, Free. All of which Is guaranteed to do vou good and cost jou nothing A, K, Cham ipuuy'tf urujjtttoie. Tho midsummor Cosmopolitan, tho first at tho now prico of 121 cents por copy, though unchanged In size, oxcels tiny other issuo of that mngazlno in tho number ot its distinguished con tributors, in tho interest of its contents and in its overflowing illustrations by famous artists. Francois Coppoe, Wil liam Dotin Howels, Camlllo Flnmmar ion, Androw Lang, Frank Dempster Shormtin, H. H. Boyesen, Charles Da Kay, Thomas A. Janvier, Colonel Till man, Agnes Roppllor, and Gilbert Parker nro a few of tho names which appear on its title page. The frontis pieces, all by famous artists, furnish an unusual fcaturo and among tho ar tists who contribute to the 110 Illustra tions adorning its pages, aro Laurens, ltcinhnrt, Fenn. Totissaint. Sterons. Saunter, Fitter, Meaullo nnd Franzen. Tho midsummer numbor Is Intended to Bet tho pneo for tho magazine at its r.ew price ot I2t cents a copy, or 81.50 a year. Tho mngnzlno remains un changed in size and each issuo, will bo an advance upon its predecessors. Lit. orally every known country is being ransacked for material In tho hopo to bring tho Cosmopolitan forward as tho leuding magazine in tho world. Lnrkay's Flro. The enterprising village of Luckey in Wood county, was' almost entirely wiped out by tire on Wednosdny. The tiro originated in the second story of tho Meyers block and beforo help could bo secured from Toledo, the flames communicated to other portions of the town and the loss will reach about 875, 000. Tho principal losers are Myers Bros. $22,000, Insuranco $3,000; Peabody's drug store, $11,000, insuranco $1,600; Mrs. Wagoner's millinery, $300, no in surance; S. P. Hathaway, general Btock and "two dwellings, $5,000, Insurance, $2,400";'$I. Chamberlain, barn, $1,000, insured; Sampson, Myers & Grapsky, ico houses, $900, no insurance. W. Finly, residence, $1,000 insurance $600; Tony Krotz, saloon, $2,."00, Insurance $1,200; E. Klouso, boots Rtid shoes, $2, 200; insurance, $1 ,400; and other losses amounting to about $1000. The Heart of the Allexlianlei. Writing of a recent trip across the mountains ot West Viruriuia a eifted journalist says: "xwiugnt on tno craae 10 crand. Tho mountain summits look like the bushj tops of trees. The eun has dis appeared in a ball of lire ac his "jump- ing-olt place," but tho vivid lighting of the western sky hy the still upturned illumining face below the horizon is in marked contrast to the. gathering btiuucs benind tue rushing train. From shell to shelf, from crag to crag, from brink to brink wot almost fly. Like a Hashing transformation, render ing ulmost past belief tho tact that the scene Is in tho midst of the Alio ghanics, comes u bit of landscape gar dening with all the beauties ot wnlks und bedg es and bright hued flowers, a mountain brooklet tumbling through the centre Buckhorn Wall, tho most noted and most admired view that can bo had from any known point in tho Alleghaney range. To unable the road to span the tremendous gorges, a massive wall ot cut Btono was erected for u distitn co of several hundred feet, and moro thnn a hundred feet above the foundation rock. As the river mukes un abrupt turn at right angles, a deep ctinyou is opened up for miles. Range after range of mountains disap pear behind each other. The shadowy outlines of single peaks Bteal out through the haze."- This beautiful 6ceno is on tho Balti more und Ohio R. R. near Grafton, W. Vu. The entire line from the Potomac to tho Ohio is a majestic panorama of the grandest views ou tho continent and ull endowed with historic interest. Preabyterlnn Social. On Friday evening, July 14, a social for tho benefit of the Presbyterian church will be given ut the residence of Mr. N. Wedertz. when tho following program will be rendered: Tho Star Spangled Banner, Grace Worts Piano Solo - - Tho Tulips, Anna Bunce. Recitation Six Little Ncsthetes, Uruce Worts. Vocal Solo - - 1 - Yesterday, Mrs. R. Williams. .- Piano Solo - - . Valse Juliette, Miss Lily Clouse. Vocal Solo - Night Bird's Co'olng, Mr. Muddy. Piuuo Solo - Leybach's Polonaise, Miss Bertha Crunker. ' Violin Solo - Soneta by Pleyel, Miss Jennie uouenoecu. Vocal Solo - "My LlttU Women. Will Rholnfrank. Piano Solo - - - Selected, Lily Clouso. Vocal Solo - Oh, Promise Me, Mr. Maddy. Everybody Is cordially invited to corao aud enjoy a pleasant evening. Certificates Uranteti. List of certificates granted at the examination, Juno 24. Number of ap plicants, 25: 711IILE YEAIIS. Nellie Slawson. TWO YKAtU. Miriam White, A. E- McCuniy, Cracu Carroll. Frank Norris, Laura CbaUcr, I J. Lctllcr, UcoJcia liowmait. Auruia rrauu, Myrta. Wight.. ONE KAU. rctrl Bttbl. Anna Lehman, Alia Kaona. TrcnUn Copus, Katio Itebbe, .Icpsle llrldscx. Lucy MmtuermaB, Nora Underwood. Cttugbmr Leads (sCoaeutailla Ketup's Balsam ttopa the cough at oace. ISxcurtlou to l'roitque Iila. via tl C. H. & i , July ia. Train leaves Porrvsburg at 10:08 a, m. Fare, 50 cents. "Llberottu," the world famous cornetist will give u band concert ut 2 p.m. in tho nuvitlion ut Prosquo Isle, absolutely free to excur sionists, lsverytnnig at t'resquo tale has a fresh and cheering uppearanco. A mlttuture world's fair is oxbibltod not a picture, but real structures ot proclso proportions and accurute loca tlons us thoy appear in Jackson Park. Tho only ono in oxistonco. Corao and enjoy tho cooling breezo of Lake Erie. T. W. t'KANliY, Agt. bH W A aH EbKI !H k wfl h iK for Infants T BUtftyy year' otnerrtttlon nllllone of perom, permit It la nnqnettloiia'blr tho licet rcmofly for Infanta anil Children J tha world haa ovar Imown. It in haxmloaii. Chlldron Mio it. It j igtroa thom health. It trill n.vo thoir llvog. In it Motliorn lunro 1 eomathiag whleh ia wheolntolr afo and prnoMcally porfeot t 1 ahild'a medicine. Caatoria, deitroya Worms. Caatoria. allay Fororiehneag. Caatoria, proventa vomiting Sonr Cnrd. Caatoria cinroa Dlnrrhmn. and 'Wind Colio. Caitorla ralievoa Teething Trophies. Caatorin, onrea Conntipintlon and Flatulency. Caatorift nentraliioa tho effeota of corhonlo no Id gaa or poinononm mitt.' Caatoria doaa not contain morphine, oplnm. or other narcotic property. Caatoria aaaimllataa tho food, regulates tho atomach and hoirol. Hiring healthy and natnral sleep. Caatoria la pnt np in one-aizo hottlos only. It is not anld in hallc. Bon't allow any- ono to sell yon anything flue on tho pica or promisx that it la"Jnt a good"nnd"irillansrnr e-reTy pnrposn." 8 thmt yon get C - A - S - T - O Tho fac-almilo signatnrt) of Children Cry for YOUR RAILROAD FARE PAID. Special inducement for 60 days. ON PURCHASES of $50.00 or more we will pay yonr mileage to Toledo. ON PURCHASES of $75.00 or more we will furniA you a round trip ticket. The distance not to be over 50 miles. FURNITURE, CARPETS and STOVES Largest assortment in the city. JOHNSON BRO'S Furniture Co. TOLEDO, O. YOUR WIFE May want a New Oarpet or Curtains and Draperies AND SHE SHOULD HAVE THEM -GrET THEM OF-' CLAEEHCE w. SITYDEH 225 AMD 227 SUMMIT ST. TOLEDO O You WiU Be Robbed In Chicago During the World's Fair If You Are Not Posted iiil,' room. All tboc prlvilcRcnaro Abnoliile lyFree to every milMcrlbur. The Maiuiikay IIi.auk 1m a highly Uliixtrateil weekly imsju ier. The Chick. o I.i.ih.kk Is a well known lumlly anil literary illunlmted weekly. These; papers are tno most intere-UliiK weeklies extant ami Ime the lurxett clreiihuion of any weekly newtpapera lu tlio w oriel .VKl.UOi) copies weekly, Thu price ol either puner is WAX. YKAIt, 1 toil MIX MUIM'IIIM, "It THItEK mONTHS VOU .10 CTS. denil In yonr rub scrlptious. A Kiliilo to Chicago anil thu WorM's fair, also sample copies, sent free to uny ad dress. W. D. BOYCE, 115-117 The - Cosmopolitan - Magazine AND THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL Both for $2.00 a Year! THE GR1SAT ILLUSTRATED MONTHLIES havo lu tho past Gold Tor M.00 u year. It wiw u. wonder to printers how Tho Cobinopolituu, with its year ljr 1636 pages of reading mutter by the greatest writers of tho world, und its 1U00 illustrations by clover urtists, could bo furnished for $3,00 a yeur. In Jan uary last it put in tho most perfect uiuguiduo printing plant iu tho world, unil now conies what Is really a wonder: We will cut the price of the Magazine in half for you2 Think of it, 128 pages of reading matter, with ovur IliO illubtrutioim ;i volume that would bell iu cloth binding at $1.00 FOR ONLY 12 1-2 CENTS. Wo will send you THE COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE, which has ilia strongest staff of lingular contributors of any oxibtiug periodical, and THE PEEEYSBUKQ JOURNAL Both for only $2.00 a Year. pi IAYETTE NORMAL UNIVERSITY ris beautifully located and Its buildings aro very attractive. In order to give umplo accommodation lor tho prosout demand, another largo buHdlir has been added. No saloons. Equipments are excellent; puroast-oclatJous-Teachors aro specialists men ana women of power and culture, carefully selected for their special work. Normul.Commei-clal.Seleutlflc.Shorthanil. Typewriting, Eloeutlonai-y und ICusical (lepartmontHluudilitloutotheTes alar collogo courses. Our aim Ik to endow eaeli pupil with the four great essentials to true success: vigorous health, aceuruto kuowleUKo, right purpose, nnd executive ability. $27. pays tuition, board and room-rent, lor 10 weeks; $75. tor ao wcotai For Catalogue, address, J. E. DODDS, Pres't, Fayotto, O. iwumuuntamvm and Chilciircn.. of Cantoris, -with tho patranngw of n to uponTc of it TrltUont gunming. j 'f-J..tt rV A-t, - R - I - A. &zSMu It on eTgry fo wrappor. Pitcher's Castoria. 224 and 226 SUMMIT ST. Kery milmcrilicr to Hie Suuiinw Hi mm; or Cmuui Lr.uiiKii will iccelve a Tree C'urli) tun eiilllliiu,' the holder tocall at our olllce at any hour, d.i. nUlit, orSunduv, diirlln; the World's I'alr. and we Mill loiattt im at whatever priced room ou wish. We personally Inm.tliMte hoarding lioiii-i. rooms to rent, hotels, etc.. and um nvu um u emit deal of linmey. This department hai a noitoillce. rending uud writing room, 1i.iuuku and panel room, iclcuuiuli oillco-wiirt- The Saturday Blade The Chicago Ledger Largest Weeklies In the World 5000tt WHXAS.ITS FIFTH AVE, HICAGO.