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rHE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
VOL. XL-ED. L. BLUE, Publisher.
PERRYSBURG, WOOD 00., 0., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1892.
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''Columbus: His Story und His Coun
try" is an especially timely artieie,
beautifully illustrated. Tho stories are
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illustrations, including a superb tinted
portrait .of Mrs. Giover Cleveland.
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CELEBRATED IN FINE STYLE
Oh Friday, Oot. 21, 1892, at tho
"Old IJlorj" AVillrd Iter Gniceful 1'oldn,
uml tho Anierlenn IIiikIo Screiunctl
As announced in tho Jouhnal dur
ing tho past four or five weeks, the
Schools of Perrysburg celebrated the
400th unnivcr&ary of tho discovery of
Amurica by Christopher Columbus.
Supt. Saddler und his corps of able
touchers had, for bovoral weeks past,
been making preparations for the event
and had arranged u very pleasing pro
gramme for tho day. A platform had
been erected in tho school yard for the
speakers, and seats were provided for
the visitors. Tho members of Wolford
Pott wore invited to bo present. The
exorcises consisted of the various de
partments of the Union school, direct
ed by their toacher, and tho, members
of tho Parochial schools in charge of
Father G. H. Reiken, all carrying Hags,
headed by tho drum corps, and, a de
tail from Wolford Post, marching nnd
counter marohing,doublo ranks, around
the grounds, and finally forming a very,
pretty picture, by the entire body of
pupils, each department forming sopcr
ate lines, and all coming to a front fac
ing tho audience, and with uncovered
heads, saluted tho Hag us follows: ''I
pledge allegiunco to my Hag nnd the
Republic for which it stands: one
Nation indivisible, with Liberty and
Justice for all, which was followed by
siuginj, "America" by tho schools.
Tho programme was continued by
the following tributes to tho Hag by
pupils from tho various departments:
nigh School Eugene Kheinfrank
Mv friends: Four hundred years have
passed since Columbus discovered
America. Four hundred years since
the new world was given to tho old.
Over one hundred of those years, we
and our ancestors, have dwelt beneath
the folds of that glorious Hag.
We have not dwelt in peace for there
were hands that would have torn i,t
dow 11. This great breach is healed and
today, from the lino of tho Great Lakes
to the Gulf of Mexico, every school
child is uniting in praise to Columbus
for his da riiiLr deeds, and to tho starry
banner, which has become tho symbol
of American Freedom. What a glori
ous day: what glad throngs of happy
children surround tho school Hags of
America today; what honored thrones
of tho grand old heroes who preserved
tho Nation in its darkest days.
Iu token of our love lor that dear
old Hag wo unito in a grand saluto to
its glorious stars and burs.
High School Raymond E. Hanson
Wo cannot honor our country with too
deep 11 reverence; wo cannot love her
with an aH'ectiou too pure and fervent;
wo cannot servo her with an energy of
purpose, or a faithfulness of zeal, too
steadfast and ardent. And what 13 our
country ? It is not tho E,ist with her
hills and her valleys, hor countless
sails and tho rocky ramparts of her
shores. It is not the North with her
thousand villages, her harvest home,
and her frontiers of tho lake and tho
ocean. It is not the West with her
forest sou and her inland isles, hor
luxuriant expanses, clothed iu the
verdant corn, with hor beautiful Ohio
and vordent Missouri. Nor is it yet
the South, opulent iu the mimic snow
of tho cotton, with hor rich plantations
of rustling cane, and in tho golden
robes of tho rico Holds. What aro
these but the sister families of ono
greater, hotter, holier family, Ouu
Grammar Gus Peck May no other
Hag over wave over our goodly country;
may traitors meet death; may ovory
rebel flag be trampled into the dust;
and Anally, may heaven protect our
glorious Hag forover.
U Grammar Mny Taylor May tho
slurry banner continue forover to ho
tho symbol of Llborty to tho whole
world; and may four hundred years
more roll away, without ono of its stars
being dimmed, or any of its bars trailed
in the dust.
School 5 Alttt Blinn Flag of tho
Free! Ten million infant lips hail thee
to-day; ten million joyous throats pro
claim thy grandeur from every school
yard, from ovory school house in
America. May we never cease to lovo
thee, and bo ready to defend thee oven
I I f I lllSMI.Ml
A reported ouibreuk of cholera at Ilel
metta N. J created much excitement
in Hint vicinity. Investigation showed
that the disease was not cholera but a
violent dysenli'iy which is almost ns
everi) nnd dnnueioux as cholera. Mr.
I I'll Iter Willnrd, a prominent merchant
uf Jiiiiiushurg, two miles from llehuetta
says Cliamtierluin'fl Colic, Cholera una
Diarrhoea Remedy lias given great sat
isfaction in the most severe casus of dys
entery, li is icilainly one of tho best
things ever niHile." For sale by A. H.
Parochial School Joe Griss Glori
ous Hag of u glorious Republic, thy
chlldron saluto thee with joyous ac
claim, and on this fair Columbian Day
pledge undying lldelity to thee, und
tho land oyer which thy graceful folds
shall over wave.
A Primary Robert Thornton Em
blem of porputual union. To theo wo
raise- our glad eyes to-day, us to 11 guid
ing star lu heaven. Lot our groat ship
of st ato sail forever on guided by thy
School No. A-Edith Witzler Lot
each oblld in the Public Schools of
America learn to lovo tho Hag of his
country, and no harm can over come to
us as a nation. Genuine love for our
country will bo 11 safeguard forever.
C. Primary Emma. King In our
hearts wo hold theo dear, oh, Hag of
freedom I May no child over ceuso to
lovo thee nnd may lieavou grant that
thou shult Ilout over our nation forover.
First Primary Harry Fuller
God of all nations
Hear thou our uraver.
While this bright banner
We fling to tho air ;
Plant thou in ev'ry heart
Lovo for our hind,
Oh ! guard and keep it
With thy mighty hand.
Mr. Chits. Chapman' then read the
very beautiful address presented liy tho
"Youth's Companion," entitled, "Tho
Meaning of the Four Centuries."
Rev. G. H. Reiken, as Principal of
tho Parochial school was then introduc
ed and made an excellent address which
will bo found in another column.
Supt. Sa'ddlor closed tho exorcises
with tho following remarks:
I do not wish to detain the children
In u standing position longer than
necessary, so I will only say that mv
speech will bo for tho purposo of dis.
persing tho crowd. It is highly prob
able that we aro all acquainted with
tho fact that we aro hero to celobrato
the four-hundredth mini fersary of tho
Discovery of America by Christopher
Columbus, a native of Genoa, Italy.
Wo have all becomo acquainted with
tho life of Unit brilliant man, und as
wo can do him no good, wo aro to im
prove the opportunity to implant In tho
henj'tnf ovory child n true bpirit of
patriotism, a genuine lovo for his
country. Perhaps tho most biilliunt
example of patience, and perseverance
over recorded by the burning pen of
tho historian, is that of Columbus. We
can to-day p lint to him, and endeavor
to lead our ehildieii into paths of honor,
and to teach them a grand lesson iu
those very necessary qualillcations
possessed try tne great Discoverer.
But there has been enough said, and
it would ill become me, as master of.
ceremonies, to take advantugo of you'
by putting myself upon tho program
for a speech, so I will thank "every ono
of this vast crowd for the interest
manifested in our schools, nnd will
close our exercises by askiiigrvevy man,
woman, und child here, to give three
rousing cheers for "Old Glory,'' our
glorious stars und stripes. The G. A.
R. must lead. They cheered this ban
nor when their cheers were needed:
soino day theso boys and girls must
sustain tills banner as our soldiers did
in tho pal: tho boys perhaps with their
lives, the girls with their sympathies
Three rousing cheers were then given
for tho Hag, and the audience was dis
missed, tho children marching to their
At 0 o'clock there were people wait
ing to get into tho Town Hall, but the
doors were not opened until 7 o'clock.
Tho house was jammed to tho doors
and windows, and tho halls outside
were full, and as oue boy said, "tho
whole lot down stuirs is full of people,
Promptly 11 1 8 o'clock tho Orchestra
opened the program with a stirring
patriotic selection, und then followed
u most beautiful tableau entitled the
"Worship ot Columbia." As this was
tho first glimpse tho nudioiico hnd of
tho stage decorations, it was very im
pressive. Iu the center stood upon a
high whlto pedestal "Columbia," (rep
resented by Miss Lillio Charles),
dressed in tho national colors. Around
her, kneeling woro a score or more of
children in white, wearing tri-colored
sashes. ' Back of tho picture a huge
shield eight feet high bore tho name
"Columbus," surrounded by thirteen
stars. From tho sntoid radiated in a
fun like manner broad stripes of red,
whito, and bluo, onding at the sldeb
and top in 11 bluo bordor, covered with
stars. To tho loft stood u largo picture
America was then sung with a vim
by tho whole audience, accompunieu by
tho Orchestra, and led by Supt. Sud
dlor. Rev. Shuw offered prayer for
the prosperity of tho schools, und of
America, nnd tho orchestra followed
A Hill to Itecovers Speech.
Alphonce Ileinphliug. of Summit town
ship. Butler Co.. Penu,s made an
nlTldavit that Ills twelve-year-old son,
who had had St. Vlttiii Danco for
twelve years, lost his Bprech, was com
letely cured ufter using three bottles of
Dr. Miles, Restorative N'ervino. nnd also
recovered ills speech. Thousands testify
to wonderful euros from using it for
nervous diseases, dyspepsia, nervous
debility, dullnesri, confusion of mind,
liendiiche. etc. Four doses of tills Ner
vine cured .Mrs. W, Hums, South llend,
Ind., who had been sultering with con
stant headache fur three months. Trial
bottle und elegant books free at A. R,
Clianipiioy's drug store.
wlth"Columbia tho Gom of tho Ocean.''
Then followed an essay by Miss Ifoitnio
Adams, and Orations by' Miss Daisy
Thompson, Miss Graco Bllnn, and Miss
Eva Zlngg, after which tho orchestra
played 11 selection. Orations followed
by Miss Hit Lawronco, Mr. Chus. Chup
man, and Mr. Leslie Ross.'
Aftor music by tho orchestra, thoro
was another striking tableau, "Colum
bus Before tho Court of Spain." Mr.
Chits Chapman as "Ferdinand," und
Miss Daisy Thompson ns "Isabella''
looked vory gorgeous on tholr throno,
decked out in crowns, purple und gold
robes, und all the llko trappings of the
early Spanish courts. Columbus was
represented by Mr. Fred Avorill;
Muxio Ross and Joliu Wlttmau were
Aftor the tablonu camo a recitation
by Miss Lillio Charles, dressed in the
American colors, representing "Colum
bia." Two orations followed: one by
Mr. Fred Avorill, and ono by Miss
No ono showed any sign of breaking
down, und tho essays und orations were
all well delivered, and showed us that
tho Porrysburg High-School is in 11
remarkably good litorury condition.
Tho whole alTair was a success in
every particular, and reflects great
credit upon the management of Supt.
Saddler, and his high-school pupils, us
well ns upon tho teachers of all the
departments who entered Into tho
celebration with such curueslnc'ss und
enthusiasm, und who did such good
work in tho training of tho pupils.
Perrysbui'g is to bo congratulated on
tho lino condition of her schools.
It is not unusual lor colds contracted
in the full to banc; on nil winter. In
such crises catarrh or chionic bronchitis
Mrs almost sure to result. A fifty cent
bottle of Chumbei bun's Couh Remedy
will cttie any cold. Can you uiToid tn
risk so much for so sinnll un amount?
This remedy is intended especially for
bad cold nnrt croup and can always be
depeuded upon. For sale by A. R
Columbus Day was celebrated by our
schools lu a very appropriate manner.
The exercises were hold in the even
ing at tho Baptist church, which was
filled to overflowing.
Tho Husk ins Cornet band, of which
Hasinas is justly proud and the Has
kins double quartette usslsted the
schools in making it ono of tho moit
pleasant entertainments ever given by
Supt. E. M. Latham is nn excellent
teacher, and although ho bus had
charge of the schools but u short time,
is admired and respected by both pupils
Emma Curtis and Nellie Slnwson
have charge of tho Intermediate uud
Primary departments nnd aro giving
satisfaction to all concerned.
Supt. J. M. Canlield and wlfo of
Auburndulo, spent Friday and Saturday
Tho German Parsonage was dis
covered to bo on Are, Friday night
ubout half past nine. It wnsextint. uish
od alter a hard fight, but not until con
siderable damago had been dono.
W. Fish of Scotch Ridgo, spent Sun
day with D. R. Cunfleld.
Rev. Osborne spent Sunday iu To
ledo. His pulpit wus occupied by Rev.
Tho Tontogany schools did not cele
brate tho 21sl, ut home, but a .commit
tee of three rume hero to inflict and dis
gust tho Haskins people and their
What tho Kdltor Gets.
When a child is born into tho world
the physician receives ubout $10.00 for
olllclating ut tho event. The editor
heralds tho advent of tho little stran
ger nnd jets a cursing for making a
mistake us to tho sex und date of arri
val. After a while tho child becomes a
man, und the minister is culled to per
form the lnnrrlugo ceremony nnd walks
off with a $10 bill in his pocket for his
trouble. Tho editor is aguin called
upon to chronicle this evont by draw
ing on his imagination to make the
bride and groom tho host nnd most
respectable people in tho country.
His only pay is to bo asked for a few
extra copies of his paper to send to
some absent friends.
In time tho once baby, onco happy
groom, but now a man well
in yours, is brought down
Again the physician is called in und
makes his bill and tho undertaker
officiates at tho funeral, and in time,
wants $100.00 for performing tho last
sad rites, while tho editor is expected
to complete tho drama by holding up
tho deceased ns a model gentleman,
mid ono who ut present is Hying up the
golden stairs. Tho probabilities aro,
ut tho sumo time, tho baby, groom and
dead man have boon bo Infernally
stingy that he hnd stinted his wlfo and
hud never paid one cent io tho support
of ills local paper, or, ',( ho hud, he
was in arrears several years on sub
scription. What docs tho editor got?
Ho gets loft.
cor.uMiiiAN hay Aiimi:.ss.
Tho following address was delivered
by Rev. G. II. Rolkun at tho public
Bchool exercises, Oct. 21, 1802 :
Thoro is implanted in tho heart of
man asontlmcnt which prompts us to
rccognro worth wherever found, "to
glvo honor lo whom honor is duo." Wo
may retrace our steps along tho path
way of history to tho remotest poriods,
and wo will find 11 constant manifesta
tion uf this Fonlimont not only in in
dividuals but' also iu society. Thus,
tho Jewish race chanted tho glories of
its patriarchs and prophets; Grccco
sung pnciuis to its philosophers and
poets; Rome gloried in its warriors and
statesmon. Modern nations liavo folt
the sumo inspiration, und rendered a
Now, thoro is a Land fairer than any
of earth's proudest kingdoms; n land
whoso charity hits becomo ti household
word tho world over; a land whosov
constitution is the embodiment of tho
loftiest statesmanship and patriotism
and this Laud is tho
GLOIUOUS KLTUULIC OF THU UNITED
If, thou, It he un expression of man's
moral nature to render honor to whom
honor is due, could such 11 glorious
Nation as ours prove recreant to this
most elementary law of .Natural Ethics?
At a lime, too, when this Nation mar
shals before our gusto tho world's great
est discoverer, Chrlstouher C'oluinbus(
and bids us wreathe his brow with
bays of immortality ? Ah, as well usk,
91111 our rivers cease to sing their jour
noys to tho sea, or our snow-clad moun
tains refuse to sparkle in tho sun-light
of heaven !
We have already honored his name;
our very presence bore is 11 tribute to
his great worth, and to-night wo shull
uguli. rehearse his marvelous deeds.
There is another reason which
unites us hero this afternoon, which
gathers our children nnd ourselves
around this starry banner, and it is
only a just sequence of to-duy's
tlvily, namely, lo publicly testify
lovo for our country, lo show
This senttmcHi, llko somo strong
moral force, lias drawn us here, und the
salute wo extended to our Hag is only
the outward ceremonial, or, in 11 meas
ure, tho crystallization of that feeling.
Yes, patriotism is the other object
lesson to bo inculcated after our hero
worship; patriotism, this great, ..moral
force, whoso roots aro buried in tho
deepest recesses of tho heart. Our
country claims this love; it claims it
by so many just titles, but principally
by tho title of gratitude. This wo will
comprehend best when we remember
that from tho Atlantic lo tho Pacific,
und from tho Great Lakes to the Gulf
it proclaims iu clarion tones :
1. Every man's home is his castle;
2. Thero shnll be 110 taxation with
out representation; !. No ono shall bo
imprisoned except by tho just process
of law; 4. Trial by jury; o. Fixed
courts; (i. Habeas Corpus; 7. Reli
Hold these propositions to tho heart
instead of tho ear, propositions full ot
might, and wisdom, and charity, and
toll me whether they will not touch a
responsive chord, whether they will
not force us irresistibly, but sweetly,
to love tho Lund of tho "Stars and
Stripes''? Ah ! wo may well say : ho
who is not patriotic loves not tho laud
of his birth, and of his earliest sacred
associations; ho who is not patriotic
knows not tho law of social charity; ho
who is not patriotic fails to understand
one of the great ethical teachings ot
both the Old und Now Tesiuinents.
Henco, too, wo behold tho peoples ot
every ago and every zone offering up
the inrcnse of praiso to their patriotic
heroes: from the Theocracy of old to
tho United States, from a Moses and a
Joshua to a Washington mid a Sheridan.
In the light of this law wo will un
derstand why thopoetsirlkesinuccents
sublime his friendly lyre, und asks in,
musical cadences :
"Itreatlics thtre n man. u ith soul so dead.
Who ncier to lilmielf lintli said.
'I 111 h Is my own, my native laud r
Whose heart lintli ne'er with ill him burn'd,
As home his footsteps he lintli turu'il
From nandcriiiKou 11 forclKii strand 7
If such there breathe, go, marl; him well,
For him no Muiatrel ruptures swell ;
Hluli though Ill's titles, proud Ills name,
ltouudless his wealth ns wish eau claim ;
Despile those titles power and pelf,
Tho wretch, concentred nil iu self,
I.lvltiK. shall forfeit fair ra.ioun,
And, doubly living, shall godmwi
To the vile dust, troin whence ho sprung.
Unwept, uiiliuuor'd, uud iiiiMin;,'."
To-dny, thon, standing beneath tho
brightest Hag that has over flung its
folds to tho breezes of heuvon, wo will
ronow our loyalty to it, and' rojoico in
the patriotic th robbings that wo feel
on this festive occasion iu our blood.
VVo will over keep uglow on tho ultur
of our hearts tho sacred lire of patriot
ism; we will always cherish 11 deep
devotion to tho Laud that gava us
birth, and that will recelvo us when
our course Is run. And. us in theduya
of classic Rnmo her eltizon's proudest
boust was tho saying: "Clvis sum
Romaniis.'' "I urn 11 Roman Citizen,"
so lot it likewise bo our noblest distinc
tion, our grandest clvis title lo bo ttblo to
proclulm to tho world: "Clvis sum
Amerlcuuus," "I urn an American
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was sick, we cave ber Castoria.
When alio was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When ibo becatno Miss, sbo cluntr to Castoria,
When she had Children , the gavo them Castoria,