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JOURNAL
VOL, XL.-ED. L. BLUE, Publisher.
PERRYSBURG, WOOD 00., 0., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1892.
$1.00 IN ADVANCE -NO. 33
THE PERRYSBU
m
D. K. HOLLENBECK,
Attorney 2-tXjixxr
General Collector, ) Real E state Agent.
TItlc investigated ami Aiintr.icte furnished
On application. NoUrjU Olllce.
PERHYPBURG. OHIO.
Tha Star thai loads them all
A flrM'ln blah arm liluli
Kritilc murliliic. with nil nttucli
menti, for 4.OT.OO. No money
required until urn hao irtntnln.
d machlnr I tow run uedo lt
Warranted 5 .1. M. KA YI.
years. BUS Cheiry St . Toledo ,0.
IWT-Fiill lino of PIANOS AND CIICHAN8.
Send fur Cataluguo and full particulars.
3tm
FANCY GROCERIES
AND
Provisions
Always the best nl eiythingnt
J.G-.HoilmannV Grocery
wn.iiiAin vr.it.s'j'i:it,
Solicitor o
PATENTS, TUAlin M.UtKS AND COPY
RIGHTS I'llOtil'ltED.
INFltlNOltMESTs PnosTCUTED.
For 7 years a member of tlic examining corps o
tno u.t raicni uiiii-u.
OFFICE 311 StipcriorSt
. ioi.i:io,o
I,. C. COLE.
P. J. CHASE.
COLE & CEASE,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
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W3VT. OStLOOjESL,
FURNITURE & UKfiERTAIIHG
PERRYSBTJ11G.
L,
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MWfli
AOKST ron
Units Sewing Machine
DOWLING, O
Also all kinds ot farm Implement".
henby ii. nonon.
JOHN W. CANARY
DODGE & CANARY,
Attorneys at Law.
Office Reed A Merrv Block. Main Street,
Bowlina Green, O.
lis Gita
INCORPORATED 1802
Capital Stock, $50,000.00
JS DUNNIPACE, Prest,
JAS II. PIERCE, Vice Prest.
N. L. HANSON, Ons. & Gen. Mgr
Director: N L IIanson'.JasDunnipace
Frank Powell, John Peurin
Jacob D.wls, E. L. Kingsbury
Jas O. Troup. J. U. Kofi-man
D. K. HOLLENBECK.
Receive deposit!-, loans money. sells forelcn
.! ,nn..WH,. .Vfl, 1111!.,. 11I1VS 1111(1 Mt'lH Omit.
bonds, coin, iioim, mortgages, and pujs luteres;
on time deposits.
LUMBER,
LATH.
SHINGLES
ALL KINDS FINISHING LUMBER
MOULDINGS.
DOORS. tT,
SASH
AND
BLINDS
AT
S. P. TOLMAN,
Pe.rrysburg, O
LONESOME
A man i Inncwume when the labor of
lita lifetime is swept away in u
twinkling liy a
TOH1TADO.0Y0L0NE OR WINDST0EM
And ho realizes thut an outlay of
LESS THAN A PENNY A DAY
won. 1 1 have paid for a
$1,000 Tornado Policy for 5 Years
in the Old Boliahlo
TTH
HE nSUBAICE CO,
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CF NEW YORK.
C. A. POWERS,
ALGVJEOSrOB
MmeEIi
iOW
Mm Co.
PERRYSBURG. O
THEY'RE ALL TALKIHG OF IT.
A Reporter InvoHtleatpn Rr-vcrnl public
recomiiu-iHlutloiiH, ami finds
EVERY' WORD TRUE.
IHoroTYordu ofPrntso Mjiuken than Pub
lUhod. The strong letters of recommendation
and experiences which have so frequently
appeared in the various daily p.ipcis,
excited tho curiosity of the Editor of the
Albany Arguv Determined to know as to
tho genuineness of tho published docu
ments, placed the matter in the hands of
one of their rcportcis, 3Ir. Robert A.
Male, tho vcter.in foreman of VauSlykcifc
IIorton'H Tolmcco Factory, on Broadway,
Albany, N. Y., was first called upon, and
shown the following :
"About tea years uro T bad a jrreat deal ot
trouble nltliFtona In tho bladder, and I bad to
submit to an orcratlou. Hut the old trouble ra
appeared and I eared tlmt another opeiatlon
would bo netes ary. A friend Mipgesteil that
I try Dr. IC-uiiedy's Favoilto Remedy, of Rea
dout. N.Y., after uslusr. tho medicine a short
while, I lound It wuailoliitfinocood. Icontln
ued Its use and am lnppy to fay It entirely
cured me. I take It wheneer I feel a little out
pr sorts, and It Always docs me Rood. Hut for
kidney or urinary trouble uf nny kind t am a
proof of its curative powirss.
Mr. Mule said every word was true and
and he would not be without that valu
able preparation.
Mr. F. C. Brink, of Poughkcepsie.N.Y.,
whoso famous experience published,
as "A ."-'crap of P.iuer." Pickintr
a scran of p.tper
up in the .street one
d.iy, found it con
t .-lined Dr. Ken
ncdy's Favorite
Betncdy advertise
ment, and nsitpjr
ticularly liit his
c.te, bought the
medicine and found
the help he hud
air. r. c. Brink, upim praying lor.
In answer as to the truth of tho article,
Sir. Brink said he was always pleased to
s.iyagood -ord fur F.ivoiile Remedy,
and referred the wiitcr to tho following
letter htely published in the I'jughkeep
tie IjtgU'.
Oertlenicn : Reeelvlns many Icttois from all
over the country. arl:IiiR is to the tinth of an
aihertNcitiiut ptlnu-d In year paper. Rivinirmy
ccrH.Tli'iu.o il!i Pr. l.ild Kenniily's r.tvorlto
lttnetly, I w-b to say Ir was a plfn.ure to
jr.ve thatr.co'imtoiidntlon to Br. Keuuedy, ind
ben I sUl I wjs euivd of catarrh of the I lad
(Vr n-id thiui.ie l:!dni y d'ti.a-.j, I wiote s'mply
tiiMir.t'i.
I'liryarabi'-oreLrsed th!i vabtablemediclDe,
I yi!..eicd Iroiu uriiuity tumbles, pain ia my
blek arnl a n'rvin, sleepless eouilitlon, yet
b fore I pa 1 1. .e:i tiu fmirtli bottle I was cured,
Hottr.d ai.'l w II. I have replied to these letters
ninl un ninins to do slml'ar ceivVo ro those
afllietid. But I milcu this public statement
bopln,; it m,-.v ii rh the eye of the sutTerer, and
sae mTM-isinal onv-poaJcnce, fcratmyajje
letter w ritlu ; U note iasy.
Yours truly,
2l'rho"'"ori !'t-"rt. F. C. Rnnm.
Mr. Peter Ltiwlcr. chief engineer of
3Iesrs. Crane & Co'd Paper jiill, Dalton,
Mass., said :
" I don't Icol: much like a dead man. but I was
pretty uu.r cue. Tor titteen yeais I sutttivd
pains in u j sine, my
uriii,. was subject to
lulent JtopiUKes, ami
I'ftuu tinned with
blood. I lj-.t fle'h,
appetite, nu J stren,th.
I uontiilttfl several
pliysiiianswho laid I
w.ut suffer lu from
sravol and Intlain
utiou of the Mduevs
and that I could livo
but a short tlui ?. Mr.
John Siwmvr of Fltts-
tleld. learutoi' of my
rendition, .aid "don't DIi. Peter Xjtuler.
bother with tho doctors. tal.a Dr. David Ktn
umlys I avente liemnly and be cured." 1 r.
one"- wnt fer tLe tame, ami had taken only pait
of th- boitle, wtieii two pieces' of stoni' pushed
my liUddrr. aril row am tntb cly w ell. foatlve
nuvs and rbeiinietism trouble uie no mere, and I
feel like a new m in. Ihauk3 euttiely tol'r.
Kennedy's Tavorite Remedy,
Mr. E D. Parson', head book-keeper
Wholesale Dry Goods IIone of S. J.
f
ivrnoiu cc to.,
Kochohtcr, N. Y.,
hud a similar ex
perience. tjoifeLd
onedaywitltpainin
his back, next came
stoppage of urine.
Medical ndvisc was
$-m
,Mi
ip,'.,.eK,
iiwi r, in..
esliaJHEins: to a friend he
3Ir. V. I). Parsons, ay.S :
"I sulTeted beyond ords to describe. None
of the means taken produced any benefit, until
I be'ian the use ot Dr. Kennedy's Fn orlto Rem
uly which dissolved the stune, the sniptons
b.van to jK-M, the pain ua-cd and liom tbN
time my rteovery was cotnplrte. Can 1 utter
this expenenetpeak too Lihly of that which
bacdiiiy life r"
" I can speak in higher praise than I
have t ritttn," are the words of every p r
.son I talkid with, wliich proves the great
popularity of Ibis remedy, pcbscscbing
wh'it no other medicine has, the
power to save life. It can be used with
safety by all ages.
The worst cases of nervous prostration,
sleeplessness, Jicadacliet, and digest ivo
tronliles, yield to its curative power. Salt
rheura, eczema, rheumatism, scrofula, or
any dieae nrMng from impure blood,
ate banished by Ibis br.iin, nerve anil
blood tonic, Dr. David Kennedy's Favor
ite Kcuiedy.
IT T8 A DtlT Y yon ovco ynurneir and lam.
II y lo cet tlio best -vnluu tor ynur money,
ftsonomlze In your tiiotv ear by purcliuNlutr
W. I.. JIuiikiuh tslioes, rlileli represent tho
beat vn I lie. tor prices asked, an thousands
wilt testify.
$5.00
$3.00
44.00
$3.58
sj sn
$2.00
FOR LADIES
$2.50
$2.25
$2.00
$1.75
FOR BOYS
$2.00
J-75
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w.
S3 SHOE CENTMEN,
THE BEST SHOE tU THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY.
OTHER SPECIALTIES In footwear are ot
the same blgu grade, and reprcsrut a money value
far beyond tho prices charged, boo thut uaino and
Drico aro stamped on bottom of each shoo,
. I'AKKNObUJIHTITlJTK.
W. Ki. UuukIus, Urucktou, Itlusn. Sold by
1 O. JSBERLiY.
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L. DOOCLAS
GOV. ASHLEY ON THE TAEIPF
In tho vile nonsonso which tho Gov
ernor's nntaeoutat is doling out on tho
stump ivnd through tho press with tho
desire to deccivo nnd mislead tho work
ing masses, his mibropvesenttition of
Mr. Ashley's views on tho tarliT nro
most infumoug. Ritchio is acting on
tho presumption that the farmers and
tho working men of tho District nro
ignorant voters, who tiro incapable of
understanding tho sophistry by which
he is attempting to decoivo them.
In order that tho citizens of Wood
county may fully understand tho posi
tion held by Gov. Ashley on this im
portant question we publish his own
statement of tho matter, ns it appeared
in tho Toledo Commercial on the 30 ult.,
Sunday lust.
In a speech delivered by Mr. Ashley
in Archibald, Fulton county,in Novem
ber, 1859, ho outlined tho principals
and policy of the Republican party,
which then was in its infancy, and de
clared his views as follows; "I am
opposed to tho Importation from Europe
anything which we can manufacture
as well and cheaply at homp; opposed
to aioing to England to buy rails
for our great net-work of western rail
roads, when wo can make them as well,
or better, from the iron mountains of
Pennsylvania, where forges and fur
naces are now still, and iramenso beds
of coal and iron ore, and forests of tim
ber, wait but the touch of the American
citizen nnd4 tho American laborer to
put down every bar of railroad that we
need at our own doors."
This statement was made by Gov.
Ashley thirty-three years ago on Tues
day next. On that platform 'he has
since stood and now stands. He be
lieves that American labor,'und Amer
ican genius should take the precedence
over that of any country.
In a recent interview ho stilted his
views on tho tariff again as follows :
"I believe the MoKinley tariff to be
the result of the best thought of our
ablest and most trustworthy statesmen.
They jointly gave It months of pains
taking labor and we cannot do less
than give it a fair trial. If in its prac
tical workings defects appear, as is
probable, they can easily be remedied
by supplemental legislation. Prudence
and justice alike demand that this tariff
law shall have a practical trial and
that there shall be no tinkering with
it by visionary and inexperienced men,
many of whom have no political or
business record except one unbroken
S3ries of reckless acts which imperiled
our democratic institutions and men
aced the very existence of our business
life.
"You will preceive,'' he added, "that
I am in favor of a tariff which, while it
protects American interests and Amer
ican workmen, tends to fair trade,
instead of "free trade,-' which tends
to reciprocity instead of a reckless dis
regard of business principles such as
the great governments of the world
recognize in tho adjustment of their
tariff laws."
Gov. Ashley regards the tariff system
to have been formulated to promote the
welfare of Amorican citizens who, as
employers and laborers, are equally
interested with capital in the advan
tages which are designed to accrue
from it. If, iu tho adjustment ot its
provisions, there are found discrimin
ations detrimental to the interests of
tho working classes, tho correction and
amendments can be made by friends of
tho tariff better than by its enemies.
Or IntereKt to Old Soldiers.
Tho old veterans, before casting their
votes next Tuesday would do lbll to
look up the records of Groer Cleve
land us regards his friendship for the
old soldier. The following statement
will be of interest:
During their terms of office
President Lincoln vetoed 1 bill.
President Johnson vetoed 20 bills.
President Grant yetood 17 bills.
President Hayes vetoed 12 bills.
President Garlield vetoed none.
President Arthur vetoed 4 bills.
Totnl, 54 bills.
During Mr. Cleveland's torm of four
yours he disapproved of GOT bills, of
which 524 were pension bills passed
after mature consideration by tho
senate and house,
If tho abovo is not sufficient evidence
to convince tho soldier that Cleveland
lov$s him let him read tho following
Item taken from the Durham (N. C.)
Globe, ono ot Mr. Cleveland's organs'.
Tho pension fraud is a theft, and we
ropeat that no m'ln can honestly de
fend it. Tho south has been taxed to
death to pay this grand army of rascalH,
these bottle scarred bums, who reach
in the empty palm, and when Clove
land struck tho beggars in tho face ho
ditl a good business job. Wo hopo to
God that ho may lmyo u chance to hit
'em again. Tho vagrants and mendi
cants, should both bo thoroughly slap
ped and kicked.
There are plenty of Republicans In
Ohio to carry tho Stato by an ovot
wholming majority if they only como
out to tho polls and vote. There aro
enough Republicans in Wood county to
elect tho entire county tickot by 800
majorty provided thoy como out to tho
polls and vote tho straight ticket.
Thero is no reason why nny Republican
should scratch his ticket this fall, us
there never was a cleaner ticket in the
field than the Republican 1101x01011892,
An argument that Is being used to
cntoh votes for Bryant is that ho is a
nice man, popular, and very wealthy,
and has made a splendid Sheriff during
tho past two years, etc. Now, grant
ing that till this bo true of Sheriff Bry
ant are these sufficient reasons for tho
Ropublicnn to go back on Richard
Biggs, the Republican candidate? Dr.
Bryant is said to be a "nice man;" so
Is Richard Biggs. Dr. Bryant is said
to bo popular; so is Richard Biggs.
Sheriff Bryant is said to have been a
good Sheriff. Is he the only man in
Wood county who could, bo a good
Sheriff'? Has he accomplished any
thing ns Sheriff that could not bo done
by Richard Biqgs or any other man:
Sheriff Bryant has no just claims on
-any Republican for support. Richard
Biggs is not rich. He is a hard working,
sober, mechanic, a respectable gentle
man and no person will ever haye rea
son to regret having voted for him.
Vote for Biggs for Sheriff. Don't let
it be said that Wood county with near
ly 1000 Republican majority has re
turned a Democratic Sheriff, nnd de
feated an honorab'o und worthy man
like Dick Biggs.
Who Had the Itest Time?
The answer to this question is we.
Who are we? "We'" is the crowd that
surprised Miss Laura Ewing on Hallow
'een. Two grinning skulls ornamented
the gate posts and lighted the
spirits and spirltesses to the many
many pleasures awaiting them within,
until one skull caught sight of kindred
spirits wandering by and hastily joined
In tho procession. After years of
patient wailing for their fortunates
they decided this night to learn what
the fates held in store for them and so
each one launched his lighted bark
upon the sea of life, namely, the dish
pan. Not satisfied with knowing
whether their voyage would bo calm or
stormy, they tempted the fates etlll
further by learning who would bo the
sharer of their joys and sorrows upon
this voyage. This was done by diving
for apples in a tub of water, these were
procured by "knocking thorn against
the side of the tub, jamming your teeth
into them" the experience of one of
the spirits. After learning the name
of their partner on the voyage tho
spirits and spirilesses insisted upon
knowing whether he should be rich,
poor or "spooney." Most of the
splritesses will of course marry for
riches.
After tempting tho fates in various
ways; tho climax of the evening was
reached by cutting the cake, in tho
depths of which was concealed a beau
tiful diamond?) ring. Tho fates had
decreed that the fortunate one who
should obtain this coldon prize should
be tho first of tho merry crowd to be
led to Hymen's altar. It is unneces
sary to stato that tho prize was joyfully
carried away by one of tho little
&plrltesses, But who it was, "we" will
not tell. Tho concluding ceremony of
the evening was the ghost dance. De
cide for yourself what this was.
As tho clock struck the mystic hour
the merry crowd dispersed to their
homes once more to take up the weary
round of life woll satisfied with the
disclosures ot tho evening.
Refreshments candy, apples and nuts.
Who had a better timo ?
The Democratic party offers a pro
gramme of demolition. The policy ol
tho Republican party is, on tho other
hand, distinctively a policy of safe pro
gression and development of now fac
tories, now markets and now ships.
Harrison's Letter of Acceptance.
Protection is the safeguard of the
American home. Two per cent, of
English iron workors own homes, whil
twenty per cent, of protected United
States workors own bettor homes. ,
Tho success of tho wild-cut banking
scheme would bo disastrous, far-reaching
and revolutionary. Laboring people
would bo first to suffer by it. ',
A Itoul i:tuto Boom
Attracts the attention of every property
holder in the city. But when Dr.Frank
Un Miles. the eminent Indiana specialist,
claims that Ilart Disease is curable
ami proves it by thousands of testi
monials of woudei fill cures by hi New
Heart Cure; it aitracts the uttention of
tho niiillotib Buffering with Short Breath,
Palpitation. Inegulsir Pulse, Wind in
Slomach, Pain in Side or Shoulder,
Smothering Spell, Fmnting.Dronsy, etc.
A. F. Davis, Silver Cieek. Neb., by
using four bottls of Dr. MlleB New
Heart Cure, was completely cured after
twelve ywa Buffering from Heart
Disease. This new retnedv is sold by
A. R. Champney. Rooks Free.;
Iggw
REPUBLICAN RALLY
GrOVERKTOR
JAMES M. ASHLEY '
AND 1
FRANK J. SCOTT, ESQ., . i
O TOLEDO, 7 '
Will address the citizens of Perrysburg and vicinity, on the
political issues of the day at the Town Hall, on
mmi
EVE
M
The people, irrespective of party affiliations, are cordially
invited to come out and hear the able Statesman and his hon
orable friend.
COMPLETE LINE OF
IKIETIlsrGr- STOVES
NOW IN STOCK
CALL AND SEE THEM.
We are also prepared to do all kinds of gas fitting "on
short notice.
JNO, J.
Tho Hon. Jamos M. Ashley will ad
dress the people of Perrysburg at tho
town hall, on Saturday evening next,
Noy. 5th. We hopo tho citizens with
out regard to party will como out and
hear tho grand old statesman.
There is no man living who is bettor
informed of the merits of location in
these up-river towns of Perrysburg and
Maumee, and thero is no living citizen
who can render us tho effective sorvico
that ho can in obtaining an appropria
tion from tko government for the pur
pose of improving tho Maumeo river
and also making tho bnttlo grounds of
Fort Meigs a park dedicated to the
nation.
' Wo speak thus positively concerning
Gov. Ashley for theso reasons 1st: He
fully understands tho merits of our sit"
uatiou and on grounds ol patriotism
desires to see Fort Meigs dedicated to
public use. 2d : His long sorvico as
Congressman iu Washington makes
him fully acquainted with the business
process by which, the merits of our
claim may be fully stated and mado
successful. 3d : He is well known by
the leading citizens of Ohio, and of the
United States, and his largo business
qualifications are such that ho will
succeed where most othors who are not
business men would fail.
In view of this let us all unito with
out regard to party in giving hlra a
substantial voto us an expression of our
confidence, and the desire that he may
bo able to bring this much desired im
provement to tho point of success. On
such grounds wo say let us vote for
James M. Ashley as tho representa
tive to Congress from tho Ninth District.
NOVEMBER
5
?
AlUXOIff.
Lumber in Abundance.
The timber area of Washington ia the
most extensive in tho United States, and
combines a greater number of valuablo
commercial varieties than may be found
anywhere else. The quantity of mer
chantable lumber standing in these for
ests from a conservative standpoint is
estimated at 160,000,000,000 feet, suffi
cient to supply all the markets in Amer
ica for untold years to come and yefc
send cargo after cargo into foreign lands,
Port Crescent Leader.
At Saint Cloud.
A beggar armed with a cornet
stopped in front of a terrace on which a
largo number of persons were dining.
One of their number nsked him to give
them a tun. Tho beggar humbly con
fessed that he could not play.
"What! You don't know how to play?
Then what good is your instrument to
you?"
With noble frankness, ''It is only a
threatl' Gaulois.
Cheap Artificial ICgg. '
Jamos Storey, a Parsons (Kun.) inven
tor, claims that ho has perfected an ar
tificial egg equal to naturul hen fruit in!
every respect. Ho coats his albuminous
mixture with a shell so "true to lifo" as'
to defy detection. He says that ho canl
make a carload u day at a cost of only
three cents a dozen. St. Louis Republic,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby wo3 slct, ire givo her Caatoria. I
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When sho became Miss, oho clune to Caitorta,
When sha hail Children, she k&to them Castoria.
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