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It is not necessary for
me to "warrant a Jewett
Stove. Their name on a
Stove is a sufficient guar
antee of its good qualities
A cheap imitation of a
Stove is dear at any price.
Get a Jewett Stove and
you have the best there
is in the market.
MARRIAGE IS NOT A FAILURE IF YOU HAVE A
JEWETT COOK STOVE.
toe flerrjislmrg Journal.
VUBMSHED EVEKY SATURDAY.
ED. L. BLUE.
Entered at the Perrysburg Postofllce a second
SATURDAY. - - OOTOBEU 29. 1892
BHPUBLIOAN NATIONAL TICKET.
BCXJAMAN 1IAKKIS0X, or Indiana
For Vice President.
W111TEI.AW RUID, of Sew York
Fot Secretary of Stute,
SAMUEL M TAYLOK, of Champaign
Forjudges of Supreme Court
WILLIAM T SPEAK, of Trumbull.
JACOHFIJUKKirr, of llniicpck
For Clerk of the Supreme Court,
JOSIAII 1! ALLKX.of Alliens
For Member of Itoiird of Public WorkSj
Ij lyuarueu. or oWiomon
For I'rcsldcntiil Electors at Large,
.MY1I0X T HEItRIOK, of Cuyahoga
LOKEXZO DANFOR1), of Belmont
For Member of Congress,
For Circuit Judge,
CIIAS. P.WICKIIAM, of Huron.
For Common Pleas Judgs,
JOHN II. ItlDUELY, of Seneca.
JUJI'UIJLICAN COUNTY TICKKT.
For Bun c or,
For lullrmnry Director,
Tho editor took a trip to tho South
ern part of tho Statu last week und
while on tho train noticed two black,
creasy looking dago women who wore
eating garllck and cheese; by tholr
conversation tho conductor learned
thoy wore expecting rolutlvcs to meet
them at tho train. Upon arriving at
"Weston wo looked out of tho window
and to our surprise saw editor Saxby
standing on tho platform und as soon
as tho dagos alighted from tho train
thoy rushed to him and fell upon Ills
neck and wept tears of Kindness. Just
think of a dark colored bunch of cheese
and garllck hanging on Saxby'a neck
like that. Whew! Old dago Saxl
Tho political contest is now on in
dead earnest nnd one week from Tues
day next its end will come. Let every
citizen be at tho post of duty on that
dny and cast his vote In conformity
with his conscientious convictions.
That is tho glory and tho high priv
ilege of every American citizen.
In tho Hon. Jnraes M. Ashloy tho
Republican nominee for Congress tho
I citizens of Wood county and of Perrys
burg will have a very able and inllu
jential representative, whose high
personal character and emlnentsorvices
to his country In tho tlmo of war and of
commercial trouble, Is now recorded
on tho puges of American history, and
in tho records of civilization. Tho
brave soldiers when in tho field never
had a better friend than he, and ho
novel- failed to respond I o their wishes
or those of their families when in need
of his services. He Is ns ready and as
willing to aid them now as during tho
tlmo of war. Let every old veteran
and their sons in Wood county buckle
on tho political harness once more for
their friend, James M. Ashley, and
bring up their whole force at the polls,
in order to show him and tho District
that the old soldiers of Wood county
know how to appreciate the past ser
vices of a noble, patriotic man who
has faithfully served thorn in tho past
and that they rely on his faithful ser"
vices in tho future
His name and services have been
very familiar to tho citizens of Wood
county generally, and ho will bo cr
dlnlly supported by them at tho polls.
The citizens of Wood county pay no
respect to tho logic of billingsgate with
which ho has been assailed. Tho
time when that class of arguments pro.
vailed has passed. Tho pcopio are
rising to a higher piano of Intelligence
and of morals.
It may bo said to tho credit of Mr.
Ashley that no lias not btuteu iny un
kind or dibcourteous remarks concern
ing his opponents In any of his public
addresses and his political and business
record has nover been stained by uets
Tho citizens of Perrysburg and of
Maumeo have long been desirous of
having tho Qovornment tako action in
tho improvement of tho battlo Hold of
Old Port Molgs, and also of tho ap
proaches to it from Toledo by way of
tho Maumeo rlvor. Mr. Ashloy was
about to tako notion on that matter
with and in behalf of tho citizens in
thlB region just prior to tho war. That
tlmo of trial, of Bufforlug, and of costs
camo anu tnoro Doing no resourced
that could bo applied to such uses in
that iutoryal of peril, tho re litis been
nothing of Importance done about it
It Is true the lato E. D. Peck ob
tained nn appropriation of 810,000 but
the good accomplished was very
small. In Mr. Ashloy wo have a re
presentative who fully understands our
needs, and who possesses the business
capacity, tho judgment, and the will to
ussistusin tho accomplishment of this
much needed and longdeslrcd Improve
ment. In view of this tho opportunity
is afforded tho citizens of Perrysburg
and of Maumeo without regard to
party to cast their united vote for
oneo in favor of the Hon. James M.
Ashloy whom they know possesses both
the will and tho ability to present the
merits of their claims before Congress,
and whoso great business capacity and
extensive acquaintance with tho lend
ing citizens of this Stato and of the
Nation will onablo hlin to serve us successfully.
To citizens of Perrysburg and of Mau
meo specially, it may bo said co-operate
with each olhor on this occasion unit
edly, and Without regard to party and
glvo James M. Ashloy your full sup
port, or olso forever keep your pence
in rotation to this Important public improvement.
Let your light shine
NEW AND COMPLETE LINE OF ALL CLASSES OF GOODS IN OUR LINE
e. x. KinarGSBimir.
We learn of a shrewd clergyman
now and then, and this is tho latest
heard from: A minister in a country
town discovered that his salary was
not large enough for the support of an
increasing family, and having had some
experience in carpentry ho began do
in odd jobs for his parishioners. His
business grew rapidly, and soon he
hung a sign benring tho word "car
pontor" in front of tho parsonage. But
in tho early spring ho bothought him
self of the coining season of weddings
and addod another word to his sign.
It now reads "Carpenter and joinor.''
OYBBCOATS .A-IETTD QZLOTIEgiXIETGh
Woolen Skirts at 85c and $1.00
Mens, Boys, Ladies and Children's Underwear
In fact, our stock of Fall and Winter Goods is now Complete. Call and examine.
For a good, ovory-day household
augol glyo us tho woman who laughs
Hor biscuits may not always bo jiibt
right, and sho may occasionally burn
her bread and forget to roplaco dislo
cated buttons, but for solid comfort all
day and cvory day she Is a very para
gon. Homo is not a battle-Held, nor
llfo ono long unending row. Tho trick
of always seeing tho bright sldo, of
shining up tho dark ono, is n vory
important faculty ono of thq things
no woman should bo without. Wo are
not all born with tho sunshine in our
hearts, as our Irish frlcndB prettily
phrase it, but wo can cultivuto a cheer
ful sonso of humor if wo only try. Ex.
THIS MAN LOOKS TO
To furnish him the best goods the market aHords in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, ETC
ALL GRADES OF FLOUR,
FEED, BALED HAY AND STRAW
lajHUjuaamjamitu '-'.""J i-'F"-ju,t,mifajM
DA vote for the Republican tlckot is
a vote to protect tho homos and
families of American laborers.
Poe. .(!. Cum Ko. 1U27.
'Hie Western Mimufuitur-
1 In Woo.1 C
J Common 1'
lly virtue of An Order of Sale, lasnccl in the
nbovo entitled rmn-o. liv tlio Cleric of tlio Court
or Common I'leim.of Wood Countv, Olilo.nml
tumu 1llrrcU.1l mill ilelliered, 1 will oiler for
Mile nt iiul)ll(! vendue, nt tlio front door of tlio
Court Ilouhu in Howling Ciiccn, on
Tuesday ,tho 15th Day of Novembor,1892i
between 10 ami 11 o'clock n. in, of sulrt dny, tlio
following described luinls and tenements,
i.otiiuinlior nix () In tuo vllmgoof Cowling,
Wood County, Ohio.
Term of Kiile Cnklit
Anpuihcd i$.IAM , jmvAJ!T Blcrr
I). K. Hiii.i,KKiiti-K, I'lt'lls Att'y. two
DRESS GOODS & TRIMMINGS, PRINTS
RIBBONS, CORSETS AND UNDERWEAR
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