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The Perrysburg Journal.
FUDMBHED EVEIIY SATUKDAY.
Tvirrdl ill the Perrjkburg l'ostofilce as tcconil
MAY 0, 1800.
Secretary of Blntc,
JOSEPH K. BLACKUOUN.
Member lloanl 1'iibllu Works,
PIIANK A. HOFFMAN,
JAS. II. SOUTHARD.
OEOKOi: H. KKTC'HAM.
JOSEPH C. BONNER.
Tho Lucns county tenohors' institute,
which wild to bav'o been hold on Sat
urday, Mny 9, lit the Muunieo high
-school, hud boun postponed until
The Oh in leyishtuifo Fays that unless
you win ivud English you cannot vole,
or you must be uble ut luust to distin
guish between a (,'itute cock uud u tur
The new snloon tax goes into effect
Bay 25, after which tho tux will be
$350. Tho Stato Auditor has given out
a decision that persons engaging in ihQ
business between this and that time
will have to pay at that rate.
Those who at first ridiculed tho idea
oT McKlnJey being nominated on the
fir&t ballot or by acclamation, now be
gin to see that the prediction hnd
something upon which it was based.
Tho Ohio mail scorns to be sweeping
MeKlnlcy's nomination by acclama
tion and liis subsequent election by the
largest vote over cast for a President
. will bo glory onough for tho Republi
can party and tho people of tho United
States, and it is not more than may
reasonably bo expected.
t Tli6 County Commissioners vorv
, properly rescinded their recent order
to improve tho Bowling Green stone
road at tho expense of the county.
Thoy claim that unluas the Maumeoaud
Western Rebervo roiul can be treated
In the surce manner that they will nut
spend public money Tor any other btonu
road -a just and eeusiblu decision.
' The Senate enacted Into law a bill
decreasing the number of county school
examinations from 18 to 10 each year.
iThe measure increases tho componsa-
tion of tho clerks and examiners so as
'to provide that tho clerks shall recelvo
jfromSl to $10 and tho examiners from
, 810 to $18 for each examination. Not
, withstanding tho incmnsc In compensa
tion of the clerks and exumlnors, it is
estimated that the decrease in tho
number of examinations will sayo tho
'state about $14,000 a year.
By private correspondence from a
; very prominent Toledo gentleman who
Is a capitalist and owner of some ot the
(finest property along tho Mauraeo river
wo find that tho hope of constructing a
Macadamized road between Periysburg
and tho up river Toledo bridge has not
died out, but that it is even moro earn
estly desired now than over before.
Tho gontleman writes:
1 "I firmly beliovo that a very great
contributor to tho prosperity of Porrys
jburg would bo In a good Macad
am road road connecting Perrysburg
jwith Toledo. ,. Tho road should bo
built to connect the east end of tho now
.bridge with Perrysburg and as soon as
i The construction of tho electric lino
along this road, seemed to have caused
'a lull in tho agltution of a stono road,
ftrut the question is not forgotten, nnd
as ono improvement generally leads to
I another, ills hoped that tho electric
iroud nan caused Toledo citizens to look
toward Perrysburg for future residence.
kTuo proposed bicycle path botweon
Perrysburg and Toledo is but a step in
jtho direction of a good roadway which
T'o beliovo will co mo soon. All such
work will contribute largely to tho
prosperity of Perrysburg, and as To
ledo Increases in population in tho near
future, as everything indicate?, Perrys
burg will become Its most attractive
suburb, and hero her bust citizens will
icoimj lo reside,
Only four moro hangings will occur'
in this stato. After July 1st, all con
demned murderers aro to bo electro
cuted. Eight year teacher's certificates
will horonfter bo grunted In Ohio, tho
Legislature having passed a hill to
In tho future all county ofllcors, with
tho ox2optlon of tho Justlco of tho
Penco, aro to bo charged a fee of $5 for
tholr commissions. Jmllco nro to pity
A law has been passed by tho Legis
lature which provides that tho namo of
any candidate shall not ho placed in
moro than ono phteo on tho tlclcot.
This is to pro yon t having the name of
a candidate on tho ticket In two or
three places whore ho has boon en
dorsed by 'different partioB. Under
this net It a candidate is endorsed by
moro than ono party he must soleet tho
banner under which ho will make tho
race, and his namo can only appear in
tho ticket of that party. Tho law is all
l'crrjuburR Case Decided.
Tho circuit court Tuesdoy nftornoon
handed down a decision in tho case of
Prank Powell on behalf of tho citizens
of Perrysburg, ngalnst tho village of
Perrysburg, to set asido a deed convoy
ing the wheel factory property in Per
rysburg to the Mauraeo Valley Electric
Railway Company. Tho lower court
sustained tho plaintiffs' cause and tho
decision is confirmed by the circuit
court. The plaintiffs contend that tho
vilhigo has no right to deed tho proper
ty away without a reasonable compen
sation to the town.
For every quarter in a man's pocket
there aro a dozen uses; and to use each
one in such a way as to derivo tho
greatest benefit is a question every one
must solve for himself. We believe,
however, that no better use could bo
made of one of these quarters than to
exchange it for a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, a medicine that every family
should be provided with. For sale by
A. R. Cliumpucy.
Ida Van Cortland at tho People's
theatre all next week, commencing
Suuday night, supported by an excel
lent company, in repertoire.
It is a pleasure to announce that Ida
Van Cortland, who last season estab
lished herself a firm favorite with the
theatre gosrs of Toledo, will commence
a week's, engagement at tho Peoples on
Sunday, May 10. Miss Van Cortland,
who occupies a veryjjhigh station a
raong American actresses comes to us
supported by a superior company, and
in every point is prepared to give a ser
ies of dramatic productions worthy of
tho attention and patronage of the most
critical. The plays are of the very
best in tho language, and are now for
tho first time presented at reasonable)
prices by a star company in every way
adequate to produce this class ofdiama.
On Sunday night will be presented
"Durlb"' u domestic comedy drama, by
hprayln;; Plum Trees.
Those who want lo ralso plums will
need to be attending to tho possible fun
gous diseases mid the uurculio. If tho
trees have the plum scale on them thoy
should havs boon sprayed with kero
sene cmuloiou in the fall after the
leaves hayo fallen. Otherwise six
sprayings aro recommended for tho
Tho first spraying should be to des
troy or prevent tho black knot in the
spring. Tho first warm days should bo
improved on for this purpose. The
Bordeaux mixture should be used.
Tho second spraying should be with
the same mixture when tho buds aio
swelling, to keep oil' black knots and
other fsingus diseases.
The third spraying should boatterthc
blossoms have fallen. Tho trees should
also bo jarred at this same time for the
Two weeks lator spray ngain, and jar
tho trees for tho curjulio eveyy three
If necessary spray twice moro at In
tervals of about two wocks and keep up
tho jarring, if tho curculio be present.
If tho San Joso scale appears it will
bo necessary lo uso kerosene emulsion.
This is especially Important at the
limo of tho birth of the young scales
A lIoiiNulmlcl Trouuure.
D. W. Fuller of Cauajohario, N. Y.
siiya that he always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery in tho house nnd his
family Iius always found tho very best
results follow its use; that ho would not
he without it if possible. G. A. Dyke
man Diuggipt of Oniskill N. Y., says
that Dr. King's New Discovery Is un
doubtedly the best Cough ictnedy; that
ho hns used In his family for eight years
und it hits never failed to do all that in
claimed for it. Why not try a renitdy
'so long tiied and tested. Trial bottles
froe at Cliampnoy's drugstore. Regular
eizo 50a aud $1.00
Curd or TlumlCB
Tho Journal will, horeaftor, mako
a chargo of 60c for tho publication of
"Card of thanks." N exception will
bo intido to thio rule, The Jouiwal.
Twouiy-lhrce ntem bem of Phuonix
lotlfco No. 183, V. & A. M. of Perrys
burg, wended tholr way lo Bowling
Uieen Idbl Wediienhiy night, and tit
tcndvil n liiKetiiig of AVooil county lodge,
on which oeiMnion tho wink hi tin
Mnttti-r Mason's degree wns oxviuiililit'd
in ii manhur that was highly impii-wlvo
and Interesting. Wood county lodge h
the best equipped in the county. Their
temple having been recently fitrnihil
with all Ihe ncrcssnry paraphernalia nnd
furniture suitable for the pines and tho
work to be performed, and tho personel
of the lodge being such :ts to commend
It to nil people, tho visiting brethren
found themselves in tho homo and hands
of friends who made them thrice wel
come. After coiitening tho degrees
elabornto nnd elegant refreshments were
srrvod which tvero highlr enjoyed by
There were visitois present from nil
p.irts nf tho county, hut the largest del
egation canto from Peiiysburg and they
mo ready to go again.
-A fine bleached muslin for 5a at
A very quiet wedding took plnco
Tuesday afternoon, May 5, at tho home
of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. McKnight. when
Miss Gonevlovo George of Swantoa and
Fred McKnight of Toledo, wero united
in marriage by Rov. G. A. Adams.
Refreshments wero served, after
which Mr. and Mrs. McKnight left for
their homo in Toledo, carrying with
them tho best wishes of many friends.
An extra fine unbleached muslin at
4 cts. per yard at
HEILMAN PAULEY.-At St. Rose
of Lima church nt S:o0a. m. Tuesdav,
May 5, 1890, by Ror. G. U. Rieken,
Potor Heilman aud Miss Catherine
The young people are well and fav
orably known and havo received the
congratulations of largo numbers of
friends and relatives
The wedding was celebrated at tho
homo of the bride's parents and tho
happy couple received many useful and
Thoy will commenco housekeeping
lSIcyclo Tntli to Toledo.
The following item taken from the
Toledo Blade will bo of Interest not
only to wheelmen, but to all the people
in this locality as it is believed to bo
tho entering wedgo for further im
provements in tho line of good roads
between Perrysburg aud Toledo:
It looks very much as though the
proposed cycle path from Toledo to
Perrysburg mentioned in a recent issue
of the Blade, will bo a go. It is pro
posed to build a path flvo feet wldo
from tho southeast end ot the new up
river bridge to the village limits of
Perrysburg. As there is a good stone
road from Toledo to Maumee on the op
posite side of the river, this will prac
tically mako a belt cycle path. Mr.
Thomas S. Parkhurst has beeti agitat
ing the subject, and has alredy S200 in
hand cash subscriptions. As there im
rully 12,000 wheelmen in Toledo, ono
dollar each from 5,000 of theso should
bo oecured, which vould build an ele
gant path. Incorporation papers will
bo taken out as soon as 50 mimes have
been secured, and tho necessary officers
will then bo selected, such as president,
secretary, and treasurer and three trus
tees. Mr. Parkhurst is satisfied all ar
rangements can be made for building
tho road within GO days. Subscription
lists arc being placed at all prominent
points. It is designed to use rubble
stone for the foundation, with gravel
top, slightly rounded, to shed water
properly. Tho path will bo protected
from inlbuso by state laws. The pro
ject is a good ono, and should bo car
May G. The oil excitement Is on tho
iucreuso here. Tho Carter well No. 1
on tho Jackson farm, one-fourth mile
southeaht of Dowllng, Is doing 110 bar
rels per day,
Tho Big Six woll No. 1 on tho Speck
farm is so wild that It cannot bo cot
trolled. Thoy hnally succeeded in
making connection with tho tank and
the oil is now flowing into tho tank.
Tho Beatty & Toiler well No. 1 oh
tho Iko Sutton farm is 11 owing and
gives promlso of a 100 barroler.
Tho indications aro that tho oil field
runs east aud north and the woods in
that direction are full of leasers, and
tho Dowllng people are corresponding
Tho Ladles Aid Society of tho M. B.
ohurch was reorganized on tho 80th by
olecting tho following officers; Presi
dent, Mies Florence Rollor; Vleo Presi
dent, Mrs. Uriah C. Bennington; Secy
Miss Mary Roller; Treus., Mrs. J. M.
Brown, Tho society will hold their
first social at tho residonco of Wro.
Rollor, on tho evening of tho 14th
Inst. All aro cordially invited.
Geo. W. Beard, who was boarding
at tho "Biggs Houeo" in Bowling
Greon lor tho past GO days was in
town to-day au happy us a lurk.
WINDOW SCREENS, 25c
IOB CREAM FREEZERS, $1.75 to $3
REFRIGERATORS, $7.50 to $13
The Finest line of Flour, Canned Goods, Dried Nuts,
Oranges, Bananas, Lemons,
AND A GENERAL STOCK OF GROCERIES,
Baled Hay and Straw.
CHRIS, a HOFFMANN
And so has Kingsbury's stock of Spring Groceries
with which to supply the wants of the people.
FRESH VEGETABLES EVERY DAY.
New and complete assortment of
OLfflsswflRE, GioeraY am queeb8w.m
E. L. KINGSBURY
M ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD A FENCE? ttf
R The Elwood wire fence is the cheapest and most serviceable in the market, t?1
ii See sample and get prices at AMON'S. v.2
7-v Now is the time to improve the appearance ol jour surroundings with a coat of :
p-l It is no better than some others, but is just as good as any made and has stood M
r" the test for years. We have a complete line of pleasing shades. 7
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An exceptionally desirable stoek of theso goods is now shown by us at attractive prices. Our r.ew lino ol hand)
some GRILLE WORK is exceptionally fine and not expensive. Wo can save money to tho purchaser.
OLAEENOE W. SNYDER,
No. 210 The Valentine,
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JOHN JACOBY, Supt.
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fob 14, 1891.
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