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jjljc WrysIwrg Jonrnnl.
PUBLISHED EVERY eATUlWAY.
ED. L. BLUE.
Entered a ttliol'crryiburKroitomre .second
SATURDAY. - - MAUCII 18. 1893.
PORTY YEARS COMPLETED.
AViMi thu Usuo tho PKnuYsiiURO
.T,oti:N'.u. completes tho fortieth yor
ot Its njrfi, and as tho approaching:
Spring o-tontlB a smllo nnd chcorful
greeting' to tho world, so also, may tho
publishor o-tend to tho Journal's
many voadors a friendly erecting.
Tho publishor has endeavored to pro.
sent to tho roaders of the Journal a
fair sample of what a country nowspa
por should bo, and if business continues
us good in tho futuro as the past, we
shall try to improve on the sample.
Tho Journal mado no groat prom
ises whon it came under its present
management, but tho publishor has
boon onablcd to keep ovon with tho
world and moot ovory obligation mndo,
and for this and othor favors from a
kind Providence and Indulgent public
ho is duly thankful.
Tho Journal is under lasting obli
gations to many friends for business
favors and kind wards of oncourago
ment. These friends shall never be
forgotten and tho publisher sincoroly
hopes tho time may come w lion ho can
pay in full tho only dobts that now
btund against him dobts of kindness.
When this is accomplished tho clad
sunboams of Heaven will shine with a
greator brilliancy nnd purer light for
The Republicans uro requested to
moot at town hull,
Mnroli 0, 131)3, ,
at p. m. to nominate oillcors for tha
Tho Corporation Caucus will ba
hold at the same place, at 7 p. m. to
nominate a Corporation ticket.
A union caucus for the nomination of
corporation officers wan hold in Raskins
liibt Friday evening, and the following
tioi.et was the result: Mayor, Wm
Cohloy; Clerk, Asher Wicl.hi.ui; Mar-'a loss innocent nature
falntl, George Osterhout; Councilmon,
Jacob Casler, Charles Osterhout and
A. L' Chase.
Mayor Emmlok of Toledo has been
bobbing around in great sbnpo during
the recent Ann Arbor striko, endeav
oring to make himself solid with tho
railroad boys. Ho turned himself looso
on tho Imported chief of Boyd's detect
ives and that gontloman had to go to
Dotrolt to got his breath-
Dr. Joseph Cook of Boston, In speak
ing of tho World's Fair says "Wo are
approaching in tho World's Fair a
jublloo of civilization, mid it is our duty
to Stso that it is not accompanied by a
local carnival of crime. Tho V. C. T.
U. announces that there is a conspiracy
on tho part of the houses of infamy to
bring 25,000 girls to Chicago within
tha next fowweoks. Ho also speaks of
the gambling, and robberies that are
openly committed, and furthorsays'thu
Directors claim to have lost $15,000,000
by Sunday closing."
Tho loading newpnpors predicted
that if tho Fair was closed on Sunday
It would have a tendency to Increase
critrio in the city, and from present in
dications their predictions are correct.
Tho people who woro so keen to
have tho Fair closed on Sunday will
perhaps have cau so to feel that their
great efforts to enforco Sunday obser
vance has only resulted in tin increased
indulgence in amusements far mora de
structive to health, morals and religion.
An enforced suppression of innocent
amusement is almost, sure to lead to a
greator indulgence in arnusemouts of
Tito Itoo.lors Want tho Bout.
"The people of this vicinity Inslot on
having Chamberlain's Cough Humeri)',
nnd do not want nny other." says John
V. Bishop, of I'Drtlund Mills, Indiana.
That is right. Tliey know It to be
superior to any othor for colds, nnd as
a preventlvi! nnd euro for croup, and
why should they not inxist upon having
it? 50 cent bottles for sale by A. R.
All Next Week. Mntlnrcs-Tucs. Thurs.Bat
Gus Hill's World of Noveltloa
fnirKH I Night, 15, 25, SJ 50c.
IRICEB JMnUncCi i5,'25o.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled propopids will fco recolved nt tho offlca
of tliu Clerk In Mlridleton Township. Wood
comity. Ohio, until 12 o'clock noon, on the
17th Day of April, 1893,
for building n frame School Home on the School
house ground In sub-district No. 5, In rate1
Township, nccoidlng to plans and speclllca.
tlons on tile in said office. IUda must lie tuada
u cordinir to law; (Section 39S. It. S.) None but
the lowest bidder will be accepted, and the
board may reject all bid.
h-order ol tho Board ol Education.
' F. W. PINKRT,
Clerk ol Bald Board.
Hajki.n.i. March 0th, IMS. fitd
Doc. 20. Case No. 0J2S.
, ct at. J
It Should Re in
J. B. Wilson, !)71 Clay St., Sharps
burc. Pa., says lie will not be without
Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
A graduated scale of wages will soon sumption. Coughs nnd Colds, that it cur
bo adopted by tho Consolidated Street ed his wife who was threatened with
Car Co., of Toledo, and it is under- Pneumonia 1,ftur n '.Uncle of "La
, ,, . , , , ., , Gnpiie.'wlien various utner remedies and
stood that tho employes of tho com- j6eVeral phy.i--i.ins had done, her no
pany will accept tho situation. Tho J good. Robert Barber of Cooksport, Pa,,
arrangement is such that the company claims Dr. King'? New Diseoveiy has
pay no more than formerly and tho em- ni moreT Kod llt,lnn. a"J''i",' ho
, , , . , . overused for Lung trouble, homing
ployes havo an incentive for romalnlng ifko it. Try It. Free Trial Bottle, at A. R.
with the company in order to recoive Cham nney's Drug Slore. Large bottles,
tho highest grade of wages. .ouo ana ".
Tha York Family htorj- Paper.
The New York Family Story Paper
building was gutted by fire on tho
morning of February 2S, yet notwith.
standing tho great los3 and delay, the
New York Family Story Paper will be
deliverod regularly to ne.Vbdea.loi'3 and
subscribers as usual.
In Wood County, Ohio,
By lrtuo of an Order of Palo in Ptrtitlnu,
Iucd in the above entitled cause, by the Clerk
of ttie Court of Common Picas, of Wood County,
Ohio, and to me directed and dellvcicd, I will
oiler for sale at public vendue, at thu front
door of the Court House in Bowling Green, on
Tuesday, the 11th Day of April, 1893,
Between 10 and 11 o'clock a. ra. of nald day, tho
following described landi and tcnsments.lo-wit:
The North Kast quarter or the North Kest
quarter of Section Thirteen (13) Town four (4)
in the United ilejcrvo in Wood County, Ohio,
containing forty acres more or less.
Terms of Sale .'One-third cash. One-third in
one year and one-third iu two year frera date
of sale, deferred payment! to be secured by
mortKKgo on premise sold and t bear Interest
at tho rate of six per cent, per anaun.
Appraised at $8000.00.
W. B. BRYAKT, Stcrlff.
By F. W. IIeald, Deputy.
D. K. JIoLMSnECK, Plt'ffs Att'y. 51e
The North Baltimore Times has
completed its second year. It is a
most cxcolliiut country paper and
printed in a high style of tho art. The
Jouknal had hoped Brother Schatzel
would bo given the pcstofllce at that
town but Grover's edict wiping out tho
claims of gentlemen of tho prebs will
probably bo tho death of Schatzol's
hopes in that direction, yet wo cannot
seo wherein lies the justice of such
President Cleveland has set his foot
on the necks of tho editors of tho coun
try nnd It is given out as good author
ity that no Democratic editor need ex
pect to get an office This not only re
fers to country editors who may duslro
to handle the mall in a country post
ollico but also to editors in larger cities
who may havo sorao itching for office.
It is easy to bopeenthat Cleveland is
a second term man or he would never
have made 6ueh a rule. It Is wonder
ful how an editor declines in value
just after election.
A bill has passed the Housa of Rep
resentatives granting tho right to tho
people of Porrysburg township to vote
on a proposition to relieve Treasurer
George Wlttraan for tho loss ho sus
tained by tho recent robbery of the
Porrysburg township Treasury. The
amount ijiolen was $1,200 which amount
muat bo made up by increased taxation
on tho people of Perrysburg township
if the proposition carries at ihe elec.
tion. It is a matter of much impor
tance and the peoplo Hhould carefully
look Into it and cast their votos in ac
cordance with their belief. Anv voter
wnii vnnU to bo taxed to help pay for
this Ions should vote in favor of it, and
3f 'io doo'i not want to pty an extra
mil juniof taxatton for such purpose he
ehould voto against it. Do as yau
Tho B. G. Sentinel very properly
nuiktuu, groat kick against tho publi
cation of "Cards of Thanks." Wo
heartily agree with tho Sentinel peo
plo that thQ publication of eueh cards is
in very poor taste und makes a public
matter of that which should bo kopt
strictly within ones own breast,
It Is;, however, only a waste of time
und space to write about thle mproprlety
of such matters, when it lies within
tho powor of tho publishers to provent
the publication of such things. If tho
Sentinel and othor Bowling Green pa
yors havo the sand to boldly refuso to
publish such items, wo havo mo doubt
tho othor papers of tho county will
stand by thorn. How about it? Will
all tho publishers of Wood county pa.
pore agree to this and positively refuso
publication to such articles? There is
no use of ono or two refusing unless all
the others do. Tho Journal is ready
to go into tho combine. Lot's hear
from tho rest.
Dsatll of Henry Lckel.
I'ho remains of Henry Eckel were
brought to Perrysburg last Saturday
for interment. His ago was 20 years,
was born, and lived iu this place, until
about a year since when he moved to
Toledo, at which place ho died on Wed
nesday night, March ath, lo'JL., at 9:40
p. m. of peritonitis.
On January 14, 1885, ho wm married
to Miss Elizabeth Moy , of Toledo,
who with two daughters uro left to
mourn their loss.
Mr. Eckel was a member of St. Hqse
de Lima church of Porrv&burg at
which his funoralsorvi"es woro hold on
Saturday at 10 a. m.; interment in tho
Wo ralss thao lrnmour home, dear father:
We miss tho from tny place;
A shadow o'er our Hie is east:
We miss the sunshine of thy fare:
We miss thy kind and willing hand;
Thy fond and carueit enre.
Our home is dark without thee:
We miss tho everywhere.
PitoM llii Wife and Children.
A recent New York dispatch reads:
"James C. II , a line looking and
ippareutly healthy man, was observed to
ii.ijger while walking on Fifth Avenue this
...sernoon, and after taking ono or two un
certain steps fell to the sidewalk. When
picked up ho was dead. A physician ex
.uiiined tliuhndv, and pronounced iteartdiscaec
the c.'iuso of death. A peculiarly sad feature
of tho caM) is that Mr. II was on his
,vay to Maine, to settle in tho homo of his
hu hood, lie hud passed tho previous ten
yeurs in tlie western mining country, and hud
.smusicd a fortune. IfYOU have any of the
-ymptoms given in the following testimonials
you should luso no timo in tceking relief.
From John L. Roberts, Slntington, Pa.:
"I have suffered with palpitation, irregular
puke, fainting and mothering iptlls, pain in
theulacrt, tide, and arms or over forty years.
For twelve years havo been treated without
avail by prominent physicians in my neigh
borhood and in New York. Growing con
stantly worbc, smothering spells followed ono
another, to my lifo was often in danger and
I needed constant care. As my son had been
cured by Dr. Miles' New Heart Care, ho sent
mo three bottles. The first dose gave mo
instant relief. Bcforo using the last bottle
I was completely cured. A lthough seventy
five years old I feel twenty years younger.
I claim my cure to be almost a miracle."
Here is a letter from Mrs. John Kolges,
of Cleveland, O. : "I had been troubled with
my heart and stomach for years, but for six
teen months had been confined to my bed.
I had four of tho best doctors in the city, but
none of them could benefit tho wcakncbs.of my
heart. I also had dropsy and rheumatism.
I never took medicine that relieved mo at
once as Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure does. I
am much stronger. My appctito is splendid.
I gain strength with evcr dose. I have
gained moro in six weeks from your treat
ment than in sixteen months from all tho
Dr. Miles' New Cure for the Heart is sold
on a positive guarantee by all druggists.
It is safe, effective, agreeable, and does cure."
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, lnd.
WORLDS FAIR AND OHICp
Wlint America nit every Nation In
the World will Kxhlbit.. Age
Nearly 500 raj;cs. Elegantly printed. Hand
somely bound. Superbly Illustrated with mag
niticeiu representation of all the mammoth
World's Fair llulldings. JCach bulldim; a-full
pasc colored plate, executed m eight oil colors
at a cost of nearly
Forty Thousand Dollars
Many photographic views of Chicago, Includ
insaoupcrb hlrds-cye Tlewof the entire city,
sie. Oxij inches. Views of many of Chicago s
"aky-erapcrs" buildings, ilatonle Temple (51
stories hlrh, htrect view. etc. Bird's eye view
of the Exposition grounds and buildings. In
eight colors, size Bx25 inches, positively dazzling
In magnificence, revealing what will cost over
tuenty million dollars.
Tho hook is foi tht millions who contemplate
visiting Chicago in 1891. It will be pnrchased
by the millions who cannot go, but who will
desire to know just what their frlendsareseeing.
The CHANGE OP A LIFETIME I
AGENTS WANTED S
can make huudreds of dollars. We want an
agent In every town to circulate this book.
Exclusive territory given. IT SELLS AT
SIGHT. Agents arc meeting with unparalleled
kuccess. One agent sold 75 copies iu two days
another ITS the llrat week another cleared
S130 Iu d days. Scores ol a pents are averaging
310 to $20 a day. Try it and see.
Books on :0 days' credit. Liberal terms,
Write for full particulars, or to secure the
agency insiauuy, senaoniy 7.1 cents lor an eie
gam aud complete canvassing outfit. Address,
F II IlAltl'SXEIt CO.,
52u 1SS Bridge Street, Toledo, O.
Heating stoves must go
We will not hold them over if
low prices will dispose of
them. The cost is not con
We have the following in
Price i Price
1 Round coal stove, $12.50 , $ 0.37
1 Poninsular Oak(coal
or wood, 18.00 13,50
I Victor (coal or wood) 15.00 11.25
1 Victor " " 12.00 0.00
1 Peninsular Franklin 10.00 12.00
2, No. 23 Cottage wood, 10.00 7.60
1 Natural Gas Heater, 7.60 6.65
1 Coal or wood Parlor
oven heater, 14.00 10.69
1 Box heater, C.OO 4.60
R. S. OLEGG
Fine Parlor & Bed Boom Salts
Chairs, Tables, Lounges.
Only White Hearse In County.
"Who is it?" That has not heard ol
LOWE BROS.' HIGH STANDARD MIXED PAINTS.
''Good Morning," ' Pears
Have you used any
LOWE' BROS.' HIGH STANDARD MIXED PAINT ?
Absolutely Pure," R B. P.
IS LOWE BROS.' HIGH STANDARD MIXED PAINTS.
"Don't be a Clam" Frank Siddalls.
But Buy Lowe Bros High Standard Mixed Paints.
'Tor tbat Tired Feeling," Hood.
USE LOWE BROS.' HIGH STANDARD MIXED PAINTS.
l .J 1 Kt UUIi.VjlMI.M- .- '!
CHOW-CHOW, OLIYES ONIOJSTS Iv.
MUSTABD AND CATSUP.
B. L. KINGSBURY.
trrzTvimu-'wtMw,,' v'tii i
-BHAD s5 THIS ss MSETOTS!
With our store room all cleaned up and the nicest stock of the season is here, is un
packed, is marked low, and is ready lor
ANY ONE WHO LIKES A GQOXD THING.
ottir, "VvronTDe;'Tri s?itg- stock
Will make Inends, win victories, and sell itself on its merits every time.
MENS' AND BOYS CLOTHING, HATS AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
You can stave off your taxes,
Go to church a little late";
Put off one hundred other things,
But bargains won't wait.
THE MAN WHO BUYS GROCERIES
PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, ETC
o. a. :e:o:f:e:ivt
Is sure to receive the best goods the market affords in
ALL GRADES OF FLOUR.
FEED. BALED HAY AND STRAW
& I fi 1(
.& fl-1- 1-
fr uv jJL?- -CsnMPti?5
A New and Complete Line in all the
At the Lowest Prices for the Quality of Goods.
LARGE STOCK OF ROOM MOULDINGS.
C. P. HOLLBHBBCK'S Post Office Store.
gg,vtaajiV-5.' rgiSttjiffwUii-CTigyng'ir i vtm
The Journal One Year
And Either Ouo of theso Books for $1,1
TEE WIDDER BOODLES'
By "Josiah Allcn'aWlfo." Illnstralcd.
K,??..'!l,r.Pi? ","1i tlio nutlior'n nnme It equal to
finii . ,,,l. n" rnisn of which can ho callflrl
lull or uiilnlcreetliiff. No mher writer IilU ofT tho
oji-ry-ilny nrfiiricnc( of llfn ii, tho krrn, witty
ami miirhiihlo t)l uf 'Mo.Uh MlmV Xflt'
iri..!!,ot it n ollilo, of """n nkftchc", all
written In tho most inlin tub o atyloof the author.
Vl goo.1rJolnf.. mh'KU' ,,nd "TcryonS of thSm f SSf
mi ii o t or m n
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M DU I uiyiiy (k ml umm
'S&sing ss Believisigo"
fnd a good lamp
must be simple; -when it is not simple it is i
not pood. SUtti. Beautiful. Good these '
V words mean much, but to sea " The Rochester " '
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tough and seamless, and made in three pieces only,
it is absolutely safe and unbreakable. Like Aladdin's
of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," for its mar
velous light is purer and brighter than pras light.
softer than electric light and more cheerful than either.
Iofc for this stamp Tnn Rochester. If tb. lamp dealer has n't.the connlno
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.and we will send you a lamp safely by express your choice of over il.000
iTSrittlcs from the Largest Lamp Store in the Worti, '
HOGU-S . HIP CO,, 42 Pails. Place, Now orK City,
Tills cut, illuatratlne pno of the kf trliea, "Tho
5lVr.pr!.toi1 1tyl ''""i? 110 laughable tide of bu
prlj on iMith slilrs. Tlipro ! many a hearty lauoh
'"TC'IVW '." """""B this collrtlon.inl our
amisrowfut." ou,rouo caa ' ;'leU
OAST UP BY THE SEA.
IJyHlrNamiicl W. Baker. ,
An Inleiiiely Ihrllllne nml IntereilliiK talc, Ih.
hero of which wm, when nn Infant child, rat iipur
tlie toa from a thip-wrorked Trtcet nn the coait of
Cornwall, Unxlunri. The itory j told in tneuty.
on. chaptom, full of Incidents of lierolim and manly
actions, which nustaln thn Interest throughout tb.
Toiunioand uiakooneef thomoxt attraetlva utrra
tlrtisof this pints. The Look contains n number .(
full'jpngo Illustrations of tho most Intplrlng scones.
NOBIE AND HEROIC DEEDS OF
MEN AND WOMEN.
Ono Volume, IIliiHlratcd.
JInro than two liundrnl true sketches of daring
ueciln. explultHniiiuiiK ludlnus, lutttle aroucn nml tn
clilnnts, ccltliiK nnd IiiIi'uhIIiik nets of men,
wiinion nnil chlhlieii. Rkvtrhes of nets In tho Ihes
of (leoico V aehlnctoii, Wlltlnni l'piiu, Jomi of Arc.
Anno lloleyn, t'nplnln FiirriiBUt, 1'nciihoutas.
ThiiiiuiH elaiiu and u hoiit nf otherB, with portraits
of many of tho crloluntml heroes und heroines, A
moHt lutorcMlutf iijid Milllnlilc collection, "lly tho
ri'corilril netlons uf thu urcnt nnd ffnod wo regulato
our nun Lniirni.anil stter. stiivKulduil, ocr HIob
ttuckkus occau," lully Illustrated.