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JOURNAL
I
VOL. XL-ED, L. BLUE, Publisher,
PERRYSBURG, WOOD CO,, 0., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1892.
$1.00 IN ADVANOE.-NO, 31
THE
PIT1 13 13 v vRI IRi1
D. K. HOLLENBECK,
A.ttornoy sort Xacrasr
General Collector, e Itoal Estate Agent.
TItlos imettlgntert ami AliHttactn famished
onopiilliutlon. NotnijlH OIllco.
PEItnYSMJRG. OHIO.
PUBLIC AUCTIONEER
Auctioneering in all Liues.
ADDRESS on CAM. ON
L.S.DOME.PERRySBUHG, o
FANCY GROCERIES
AND
Provisions
Always the itit of eveiytliing at
J.Gr.HolTniarin'rt Grocery
W11.LJA51 WKBJOTHK,
Solicitor o
PATENTS, TKAUK MARKh AND COI'Y
ItlUUlb I'liOCUUliD.
iNfntvahMrNTt ruosijctm n.
For 7 yenni i nieinlici if the ciciiinlnliig corvis o
thull. s. I'Mlunt UIIjcc.
OFFICE 311 SuiwrlorSt
Ttn.nnii.o
L. C. COLE.
P. J. CHASE.
COLE & CHASE,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
OrEiu Block, BOWLING GRkEN.O
MONEYLOANED
(ON EEAL ESTATE ONLY.)
Dlicct toljnrnmer, on hniiniM!it elt anil fnnn
property nny where in .Snrtliiu-itiTii Ohio. at
. by, and 7 per lent, utmrding to amounts
No lusiiroiHC loiiniiiiil ulthour tonus.
P. G. THOMSON & CO.,
Itlortync Loans,
831 S lerioi Street, Toi.KDO, OHIO
llm
L,
AOKNT FOK
link Sowing Machine
HOWLING, O
Also nil kinds ot fnnn Implements.
HKNRY H. DODGE.
JOHN W. CANARY
DODGE & CANARY,
Attorneys at Law.
Office Heed & Mcrrv Illock. Mnin btrcct.
Bowling Green, O.
The Citas Mm
INCOKl'UKAXED I8D2
Capital Stock, $50,000.00
JB DUNNIPACE, Prest,
JAS II. PIEUCE, Vice Piest.
N. L. HANSON, Cas. & Gen. Mgr
Director: N L Hasson,JasDunnipact
Frank Powell. John Pkkkin
Jacob Davis. E. L. Kisosbuuy
Jas O. Troup. J. G. Hoifman
D. K. HOI.LENBECK.
Beeches deposit, loans money, f el s foretell
and domestic; cxUmiife'e. tm niul M.1U dinltn.
boudt., wiln, uotts, morlgiiBCi. d Iu mtcutt
ou time deposits.
LUMBER,
LATH,
SHINGLES
ALL KINDS FINISHING LUMBER
MOULDINGS.
DOORS
SASH
-AND-
RTJNDS
at
3LiCX7V 3E3tIOE!S3.
S. P. TOLMAN,
Pervysbure;, O
LONESOME
A mnn ifl Innesonio v lion tlio labor of
Ilia Utetimo 18 swept, nwuy m u
l winkling (iy n
TOENADO.OYOLONE OR WINDST0EM
And ho lealizea Hint an outlny of'
LESS THAN A PENNY A DAY
would hnvo p.ild for a
$1,000 Mo PoliGY for 5 Years
in thoOld Reliable
HOB INSURANCE CO,
OF NEW YORK.
C. A. POWERS,
PERRYSBTJRG, O
Ohio Australian Ballot, No. 1
tfcUlWt-lHWk' t -fV
ciiias j-kjiiiiiDTW H
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
&l!ForPiesidcnt,
BENJAMIN HARRISON.
For Vice - Pre.ldont,
i W1IITELAW REID.
For EleetoM of Piesideut
imil Vice-President,
LORENZO DANFORD,
P
MYRON T. HERR1CK,
JOHN 13. MOSBY,
MAX BURC11E1M,
III
E 3 I MICHAEL K. HENSEL,
b f
? !l I WILLIAM J. Mt.'.MURRAY,
JOSEPH R. ROSS,
ADAM E. KAMI ART,
NOAII II. ALBAUG1I,
DELBKRT W. A YE US,
"WILLIAM MILLER,
THEODORE K. FUNK, W
LORENZO D. V1CKERS,
WILLIAM M. CRAWFORD,
JOHN F. McNEAL,
ELIAS V. KEND1G,
WILLIAM II. C. IIANNA, W
ROBERT SHERHARD, Jit., I
"WILLIAM It. SHIELDS,
MYRON A. NORMS,
EVAN MORRIS,
CLIFTON L. M. STARK,
LUTHER ALLEN.
ForSocretaiy 1 State,
SAMUEL M. TAYLOR.
For Judge of Suinenie Court,
(Long TViiu),
WILLIAM T. SPEAR.
For Jiulgo of Supreme Court,
(Sum t Term),
JACOB F. BURKET.
For Clcik of Supremo Court,
JOSIAH B. ALLEN.
For Member of Board of
Public Works,
EDWIN L. LYBARGER.
gCTlPRTOaTw!lli!llwlM
HOW TO WE.
Mysteries of tlio Austnilijin
System Explained.
No Reason for an Elector to
Lose His Vote.
Merely Follow tlio Instructions filthily
Giwn llclnw mill Tlion Tlieyo AVIU Ho
No MUtulco About It Tlio DlrTeifULe
llcituecn n "Strulglit 'llclcot" mid u
"SIlxoil Tloltnt" SpiiUnil Iliillotn.
Directions as to tho manner of mark
ing and voting tho Australian ballot in
Qhiojhis year jntiglit to bo nsiinple as
i . r , " ...ww-Mj-nt-jKiiii.ifcin.wwirjimJ wiiiwmiwifcxm TwHliwiitwrtlMNntiiiwnMW3WCa'llii '
fAixaMM-wiTBaa'azayauytaipiyjaaKg ..fgifffeajeggs gffim lacafflSSSauji-g-u iiawcapay pTzrrarTrj-j;!!!!!!!! '
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
-JrmiTTCiiwiHFllJ
For President,2
iGROVER CLEVELAND.
ForVice- Pi cslduut,
bADLAI E. STEVENSON.
For Electors of President
and Vice-President,
JAMES P. SEWARD,
HERMAN S. STERNBERGER,
MAY 'FECHHEIMER,
JOHN O. ROTH,
LAZARD KAI1N,
JOHN W. LOREE,
JOHN S. SNOOK,
M ANSEL J. HARTLEY,
ADOLPH GOLDFREDRICK.'S
ff
HENRIE E. BUCK,
LEAN1XEP. C. COLE,
JOHN AV. WASHBURN, (H
JAMES M. WATrS,
WILLIAM F. KEMMLER,
JRAYSON MILIiS,
WILLIAM G. SHARP,
HENRY BOHL,
JOSEPH V. LAWLER,
CHARLES B. HUNT,
WILLIAM A. MALINE,
ROBERT O. ROTE,
THOMAS C. LEITER,
JOHN KOCH.
For Sccreinrj of State,
WILLIAM A. TAYLOR.
For Judfin of Supremo Court,
(Long Term),
JOHN B. DRIGGS.
For Judgo of Supremo Court,
(Short Term),
THOMAS BEER
For Clerk of Supremo Court,
WILLIAM H. WOLFE.
For Member of Board of
Public Works,
JOHN MYERS.
tho method itself,
So far as tho amend-
lnents to the law , oflost year mado by
the Legislature at its last session aro con
b' , , , . . , ,
CerilCtl XUO vovor uuou amii iu iiuuu uuij .
. .i.. m.m t.v f. , J
i
, ,,ii isaiyfor tho information and guidance
Annln lin l.nllnf mnlrn vnnr wnw.i "
b. . .. , , , . ...
marK lnsiue uiu urao usiuw 11,, jum
above the head "Republican Ticket,"
fold the ballot so as to bIiow the signa
tures on its back, and hand it to tho re
ceiving judgo of tho election. You will
thus have dono your whole duty as a
good citizen by voting tho straight Re
luiblicau ticket. It is a noble pihilego
and ought not to bo neglected by any
V0t,r 1
Fnll instructions as to tho manner of.
maikliiij ballots ouuvotlngj according.!
PEOPLE'S TICKET
PBCJX
-imai,''n,j;,,mmrsmri. i-.h-b.im
I' or PrcMdent,3.
i JAMES B. AVE AVER.
For Vicc-Piesldeiit,
; JAMES G. FIELD.
ForElectots of Pu-sldutit
and Vice-Pies Ideiit,
ANDREW J. CARPENTER,
JOHN SE1TZ,
DAVID C. PAXTON,
VINCENT DUMOLT,
CHARLES AV. GRALT,
JAMES CLOVER,
MORONI P. JACOI5S,
ORV1LLE E. PETERSON,
JOHN M. ALLEN,
JOHN JU2LS.
1IEMAN S. BEARD,
JOHN C. STEVENSON,
WILLIAM J. WA1UIENER,
DAVID L. PERRY,
GEORGE FLUMMERFELT,!
DVNFORD H-UtE,
GEORGE B. RARTLETT,
CHARLES E. SUITON,
ELI R. BENFER,
ItEZIN McGIRR,
WILLIAM SMITH.
JOHN O. OSSMANN,
LOUIS B. TUCKERMAN.
For Smet.iry of State,
SOLON C. THAYER.
For Judge of Supiemo Court,
(Long Term),
EVERETT D. STARK.
For Judgo of .Supiemo Court,
(ShoitTVim),
JOSEPH D. PAYNE.
For Clerk of Supremo Couit,
WILLIAM R. VOI1.ES.
For Member of Boaid of
Public Work,
JAMES A. IIOUSER.
to tho ptovisious of tho election laws of
1892, have been prepared and issued un
der tho direction of tho Republican State
- ' ,, ... ,
'ENCctitivo Coinunttee. They embrace
.,,.. ., i v li
nil tbo information and directions neces
. of Precinct Conunitteeineii, and all
Conunitteeineii,
other Republicans, and aro as follows:
lloll to Voto.
1, Enter tho polling place and give
your name, and iu products where regis
tration lawb are in foico.your lesidonco,
lo tho election officer holding tho bal
lots, who will wi ilo your full namo on
recondary stub, or if you voto under
tlio registration laws, your registered
number,
3- Tho balloUnd sccpjvubwill
Bepublican.
PROHIBITION TICKET.
;JOIIN BIDWELL.
For Vice-President,
JAMES B. CRANFILL.
For Electors of President
and Viec-PrcHident,
MARTIN REDKEY',
MORRIS SHARP,
WILLIAM- 11. MATHEWS,
WILLIAM" K. BROWN,
GIDEON P. MACKLIN,
JAMES F. STOUT,
WILLIAM I T. CI1APMAI7,
BETH II. ELLIS,
JUDSON II. LAMB,
MILTON L. ANDERSON,
THADDEUd F. RANDOLPH,
IRVING DREW,
CHARLES A. MONROE,
JACOB B. TURNER,
GEORGE W. DUNN,
WILLIAM li. CHAMBERLAIN,
ARZA ALDERMAN,
THORNTON A. RODEFER,
ISAIAH N. KIEFFEIt,
JOHN J. AS1IENHURST,
DELBERT K. WOODW ARDj
WILLIAM: II. W ATKINS,
john Mcdonough.
For Secretary of State,
GEORGE L. CASE.
For Judge of Rupreinu Court,
Long Term),
THOMAS D. CROW.
For Judge of Sujueuui Court,
(Short Term),
JOHN T. MOORE.
For Clerk of Supremo Court,
ZENO C. PAYNE.
For Member of Board of
Public Works,
JOHN J. WARE.
then bo dotached from tho main stub,
tho ballot folded by tho election offlcor
and handed to you. You will then enter
tho guard rail and go alone to one of the
voting shelves for tho purpose of
IMnrklnc the llallot.
by observing the following rules:
1. If you desire to vote a "straight
ticket," or in other words for each and
tvery candidate of one party for what
ever offlco nominated, you must either
(n) Make a cross mark (X) in the
circular space below tlm device and
abovo tho namo of tho party at tho head
of tho ticket; or
(b) Make a cross mark on tlio loft ol
and opposite tho namo of each and'overy
candldato of such narty in tho blank
Bpaco provided therefor.
2, If you desire to voto n "mixed
tickot," or in other words, for candi
dates of different parties, you may
(a) Make or omit to innko a cross
mark iu tho circular spneo abovo tho
namo of any party.aud mako a cross marks
in tho blank spico before tho namo oC
euch candidate for whom you dctlro to)
voto on whatever ticket he may bo. '
(b) If you wish to voto for a porson
whoso name is not on any of tho tickets
printed on tho ballot, you may voto for
your candidate by writing his name in
tho blank Bpaco directly under tho namo
of tho candidato for that office. When
you do thin be suro to mako a cross
mark at tho loft of tho namo so written.
Iu caso of a constitutional amendment!
or othor question being submitted to
vote, you should mako a cross mark in,
tho blank space on tho left of and boforo
tho answer which you desiro to give.
Do not mark your ballot in any other
way.
If yon spoil n ballot, return it to the
election officer, and ho will aivo vou an
other. You can not have moro th&n
two extra ballots, or threo iu all.
You aro not allowed to occupy a vot
ing shelf already occupied by another,
or to speak or convcrso with any one ex
cept tho election officers.
You must mark your ballot in five
minutes.
Before leaving tho voting shelf, fold
your ballot so as to fchow the endorse,
mi'iits and the fnc simile signatures ol
the Deputy Supeivisors of Elections,
and keep it so folded until you deliver it
to tho Judgo of Election. "
Do not show any ono how you have
marked your ballot.
Go to tho ballot-box and deliver your
ballot to tho Presiding Judgo, whose
duty is to roceivo tho samo, and leave
the enclosed place as soon as you have
voted.
A voter who declares to the Presiding
Judgo that for any reason ho is unable
to mark his hjtllot may receive the as
sistance of two of the Judges of Election
in marking the samo.
Tho ballot must bo marked with a
black lend pencil.
You aro not allowed to ro-cnter tho
enclosod placo after having voted.
An elector who does not voto a ballot
delivered to him must return tho samo
to the election officers before leaving tho
polling place.
O. "W. F. Dick. Chairman,
Jso R. Mallov, Secretary.
JUDGES AND CLERKS OF
ELECTION.
I ERRYS11UUG, NORTH PRECINCT.
Judges Fred Miller, D.
J Schwint, D., pres judgo.
J L Crane, R.
F H Thompson. R.
Clerks H R Roether, D.
W E-,cott, R.
PERRYSUURO, SOUTH PKECINCT.
Judges A E Le dorf, D.
.1 Cuinkur.D, presld'g judge
O P Chapman. It.
E A Underbill, R.
Clerks P VVotcl, D.
H It Charles, R.
WALUKIDOU PRECINCT.
Judges D O'Donry, D.
J Doimllng. D.
J .TolTcev, R.pri'siding judgo
S E Wagoner, R.
Clerks A Stein, D.
C Wujjonor, R.
MILLI1UHY PRECINCT.
ludgcs B F Lusher, D.
It .1 Halm, D. pros judgo.
A .1 Lutinnli, R.
C, Krummul. It.
Clerkb n D Grove, D.
T .1 Collins, R.
L Williamson, D.
A M Seger. R.
GRAND RAPIDS TOWNSHIP.
Judges Lewis Fitch, D.
RBStltz, D.
A Thurston, R, pros judgo,
J HutTinnn, K.
Clerks E Moid. D.
Azor Thui ston, R. '
ROSS TOWNSHIP.
Judges FH Vintu, D.
R B Atidrus, D.
Edward Hicks, R.
E M Wiii'i.or, pres judge,
ClutlvB T A Smith, D.
K VVhitinore. R.
WEUSTER TOWNSHIP.
Judges F Hushtnnn. D.
J D Philo, D, pros judge.
E Hopper, R.
W Wetldell, R.
Clerks T Rnevi. D.
W J Young, R. '
IIASKINS PRECINCT.
Judges L P Thomas, D.
T Yount, D, pres judgo.
F J Brand, R.
Adam Boll, R.
Clerks DC Bomls.D.
F W Poinert, R.
DUNIIRIDGE PRECINCT.
judges J Current, D.
G S Mcoker, D.
H Storiiatnnn, R.
J D Smith, R, pres judgo.
"3
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was sick, we gare her Caitoria. ,
When she m a Child, the cried for Cartorta.
When she became Mlas, aha clang to Outorfe,
When iht bad Children, iht eyo them CaMorl.
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