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PERRYSBURG, WOOD 00., 0., SATUKDAT, NOVEMBER 21, 1896.
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- - AND '- -
Arthur E. Hitohoook,
4B0 and 421 - Gnrilner Ilalldlnff,
TOL15DO, - OHIO.
J. E. SHATZEL.
and NOTARY PUBLIC.
Prompt attention given to nil business.
OOI.I-KCTINQ A SPECIALTY.
V - . .
BOWLING GREEN, O.
D. K. H0LLENBI0K,
I'ERRYSUURG, - OHIO.
.GENERAL COLLECTOR AND REAL ES
Titles Investigated mid ftlwtracts furntshod on
application. Notary In Olllce.
- - NOTARY PUBLIC.
Manufacturer of "Auditor," "Jack
Pot," and othor brands of fine cigars.
PL0UE AND TEED.
Always tlie best of everything at
J. G. HOFFMANN'S GROCERY.
L. O. COLE. P. J. 0HASE.
COLE & CHASE,
OPERA. BLOCK, BOWLING GREEN, O.
-BEHET H. DODGE. JOHN w". CANARY.
DODGE & CANARY,
ATTOENETS AT LAW.
OfBce In Reed & Merry Block, Main St.
.BOWLING GREEN, 0.
"You may as well save your railroad lare by
'VatronlzilictlicNuw York Duii'iil Parlors. Wo
macc a set of artificial teeth fur S7nnd guaran
tee them for live yean, others charge s ana
4in f2ntr1 nmtt.ni. A If.tKit rii fit li rttrl If . i.
do not use 23k goldlu all our crowns iiuil bridge
work. Aluminum Platen ?12.60; former price
NEWY0EK DENTAL PAEL0ES,
313 PUMMIT ST., TOLEDO, O
a?, b. EvriLi,, itii.
HENRY R. R0ETHEE,
IHTSIOIAH AMD SUBQEOH.
Ofiloe Seoond Btreet.
Bpeali German and English. Calls promptly
oanrcred. Residence West Front Street.
Dr. Frsderick L. Me
Booms 602, 603 604,
RATIONAL UNION BUILDING.
Office Hours: 0 to 11 a. m., 1 to 4 and
' T to 8 p. m. Long DIstauco 'Phono 1519.
Low Rate of
If Taken Soon.
C. A. POWERS.
IV you ARE
and cannot get a suitable
coino to tlio manufactory.
Our expert lias examined
and fitted Trusses to nearly
25,0ft) cases in tlio past 18
yearn, uan nujusi airuaa iu
'bold any rupture. Wo have tlio largest stock In
'tho west and manufacture to order. Every truil
flmnmteed to bo satMactory or will bo taken
pack. Wo euro all children nud about ono out
of every six adulU. WKUUM BROS..
603 Adams St, Toledo, 0.
' manufacturer) of Trusses, Supporters, Elastic
Mocking, Braces, Rubber Goods , Syringes, Crutches
So., Ac. -
hi. ...... now
i to dtstrflmta
tl Any nrtvnnl.n.
tpTentiis Part payment lor
I blwoTe.THlilch wo Bond tpi
I wort uond will tho liloycla
I fflitlsfiurtilrv. .
Ihrtm nil litinrmmT. Wnf
a Jinn irnuio
bloyclo arrives and promt
t Vniinw,I neUpiz "Pl?c.aEih0 I
N J XSlfefcW MAMWW mUW H4UUM T
If bora or rirls nptfJ r thoy. muflt do wcu roooia-
wntu lur imrvtyiuiMa
I ACME CYCLE 'COHPANY,
. ft a "eji tfHADT. iivin.
You say you'vo qullo forgotten now
The'lovo that once you swore. .
And that, dcsplto lour solemn vow,
You think of mo no more.
And yet you called lno fickle! Well,
Y'ou sco who's first to tire;
It's you, not I, that rings tlio knell
And heaps (ho funeral pyro.
Bo bo It, I would fain forgot, ''
And you? Why you'vo forgftt!
It's over. Love Is dead. And yet
I would that It wcro not.
I would that wo could llvo again
Tlio hours that wo liavo passed
In paradise, Ah yes but then
No paradise can last.
No woman can bo truoaud keep
Tho proml.es shelmado;
No man, they say, however deep
His love, has not betrayed.
Well, If Its so, j ou'r not to blamo
I'll not reproach you. No;
Sly love, at least, Is just tho samo
As 'twas a year ago.
And though your love's a sham, and you
Havo trilled with me, yet
1 can be nothing else than true
I cannot nuito forget.
Y'ou may be cruel, heartless false,
But still I love you, Nell!
You say that Rusell has this waltz?
He's coining. So, larowelll
Gruml Jury Kcport.
Tho grand jury of tho November
term of common pleas court finished Its
work Friday afternoon. It rvaa in ses
sion three and ono half days and did
considerable work, having examined 92
witnesses, considered 21 cases, 10 of
which wore Ignored and 11 Indictments
Assistant Prosecutor E. G. McClel
land is deserving duo credit for tho
way things were hustled along.
TIiq indictments roturned woro as
Frank Keller, Wilbur Baker and
Harry Cook, pocket picking of ono Syl
vester Caves In Bowling Greon.
William Wlllett, assault and battery
on Gcorgo Bostleraan at Cygnot.
Frederick Mack, potlt larceny.
General W. Lovejoy, forrape on
Margaret Toppin, tho 13 year old
daughter of Nicholas Toppin near Mer
mill. Wm. Stull, for pointing a pistol at
Olo Shroyer without malice, and firing
Goorgo Williams and James Toben,
robbory at North Baltimore.
John McNally assault and battery on
Joseph Enos at Bloomdale.
Tho romatndur of tho indictments
have not yet been raado public, but
thero are four 'btlior important ones.
These poreons nro not in custody, but
tho otiiccrs aro ofter them. Sentinel.
DE. J. PRAM C00I,
No. 210 The Valentine,
Pure Sugar Syrup 50c gal
Corn Syrup 20o
Good Now Orleans Molasses 30c
Best " " 50o
Eight bars Essex soap 25o
Seven bars Silver, Pynon, Star,
Goyser, Lenox, Jaxon 25c
Corn Starch, 5c per package,
six packages for 25o
324 Monroe St,, TOLEDO.
CAPITAL STOCK, 50,000.
JACOB DAVIS, Pres.
J AS. O. TROUP, Vico Pros.
N. L. HANSON, Cash, and Gon'l Mgr.
John Perrin, D, K. Hollenbeck
I. G. Hoffman, Jacob Davis,
Frank Powell, o p Chapman,
N L. Hanson. E. L. Kingsbury,
F. A. Wetmoke.
Receives deposits, loans money, sells foreign
mid domestic exchange, buys and tolls drafts,
bonds, coin, notes, mortgages and pays Interest
I on time deposits,
Tie mm Banking k
FROM THE TROLLY.
Conductor Frank Sohuh hue bocomo
an artist in muslciil culturo unci Is now
ablo to play "Bonaparte Crossing the
Alps" as a tonor drum trio. Ho Is some
thing ImmcnBO, ho 16!
Tho crow of tho construction car on
tho Bolt lino aro among tho jolllest peo
ple on tho globo. Thoy go down tho
lino with a clang! clang! and a whizz of
wheels that makes everything tromblo
as they pass by. Charlie Conklln and
Fred Charles divide tho honors of Rear
Admiral and Commodoro and thoy lear
nothing. It is woo unto tho forocious
BIlllo cat or Thomas goat that loiters
upon the electric track when No. 700
comes down tho lino. Titus Crankor
is.lookout and everything smaller than
a man escapes his eagle eye.
Auditor Brockway of tho Bowling
Green road wont over tho line last Sat
urday dispensing happiness among tho
employee?. Tho company paid their
men in gold and tho shiners that havo
been in sale deposit vaults aro again
thrown into tho channels of trado.
General Manager C, A. Den man of
tho Maumeo Valley Electric lino is put
ting in every minute of timo during
this oxccllent weather in ballasting tho
track. The gravel beds, recently
opened, aro being worked successfully
and tho lino will be well ballasted if tho
weather continues good for a few weeks.
Tho little scrimmugo between tho
Traction company of Toledo and tho
T. B. G. & F. electric lines occurred
last Wednesday. Of course nobody
ever knows tho real cause of any such
Httlo differences between railway com
panies but it is thought to bo an effort
to prevent Bowling Green cars running
over tho lines of tho Traction company
until some agreement can be reached.
The Maumeo Valley cars continue to
run as usual.
H Laffcrty and Almeda Richard.
Albert Duncan nnd Delia Flowor.
Bert S Brown and May Holland.
William W Green and Addle I Lingo,
J H Kuhlman and Anna M Klaameier,
C H Dennis and Magglo Ruff.
Lyman Mann and Lyda Belltnore.
Adln Lepper and Etta Phillips.
Lorin Phillips and Emma Carpenter.
New Court Cases.
Tho Chestor Pipe & Tubo company
vsSC Niece cognovit. Frank Taylor,
E H Westenhavor.
James A Bailey ys C H Opperman,
foreclosure of mechanic's lien and
injunction. W W Chapman.
A B Smith vs E W Mason ot al,
injunction. T N Biorly and John S
Ju'cob M Oswald et al vs Ida Morcer
ot al, foreclosure. Baldwin &Harring
toh. Ernest Hopper ys A W Rudolph,
error. James & Bevorstook.
Delos L Thomas vs B B Graham, fore
closure. J S Hoyman.
Annie Nowell vs Sherman No well,
divorce. W H McMlllen.
L W McCrory vs Charles Bell ot al,
foreclosure. James & Boverstock.
Hennlng & Lawrence ys T E Wilcox,
forcclosutu of mechanic's lien. J E
M Fauneff vs William Navarre, for
Injunction to set asldo deed, F A Bald
win and B F Ritchie.
Carollno Hnrman to Martha A Buck
Chas W Noblo to Samuel W Dentils,
lot Milton Center 075.00
Martha H Saxby to Louisa R Wil
liams, lot West Mlllgrovo 400.00
Roena Conklln to Sarah Hartz, 1 aero
Geo W Callin to Susan Sellars, lot B
James Gagon, ot al, to .L L Dromll
lard, 4-7 of 40 acres Lake 1500.00
James F Dubbs to Lewis Honnlng,lot
Milton Center 28.00
Collna Noblo to C E Androws, tract
Lowis DIenst to S U H Assn, 4i acros
Thirteen poslal cards delivered at
ono time to tho chief of police of Kansas
City, Kan., were found to be tho flrat
part of a letter, tho balance of ivhiclt
on 18 mora cards camo to him in tho
next moil, written by Bomo woman who
thought she was hoodooed.
Abraham Lincoln's fnmou3 black
beaver hat Is in Washington, with a
suit for its possession pending in court.
It is hoped, remarks a facetious con
temporary, that the attorneys will not
ho allowed to talk through it.
County Boy Dies in
Frank Spradahng came over from
Pemboi'vlllo to this city to seo tho sights
last Friday night. Aftor taking in tho
sights ho registered at tho Jacohy houso,
31 Summit atrcot, for tho night, and
was given room number ono. Ho failed
to ariso at tho proper timo Saturday
morning and upon investigation ho was
found in an unconscious condition
caused by tho inhaling of tho escaping
gas lie hud failed to turn off tho night
before. Dr. Collamoro was called and
did everything posslblo to relievo the
man, but to no avail; death rolloving
him of his suffering at 12 o'clock Satur
day noon. Spradallng was a large,
burly country lad of 22 summers and
stated bofore his death that ho had
novcr seen a gas light, electric light, or
oleotric car. Ho undoubtedly told tho
truth. Toledo Commercial.
Our merchants aro beginning to pre
pare for tho holiday season.
Chas. Sago's now residence on Main
street Is rapidly noaring completion.
John Deiter has enlarged his resi
dence on West Main street, and other
wise added to its appearance.
Mrs. Cook's now residonce on East
Main street is about completed, and Is
neat and attractive
Tho now M. E. church will soon bo
ready for tho dedication ceremonies.
The mouse social held at tho resi
dence of S. J. Dern on Friday evening
last, was a decided success.
A series of meetings wero begun at
the Declplo church on Sunday oyenlng
last and are being well attended.
Now seats and blackboards havo been
placed in our school building which
are highly appreciated by both teach
ers and pupils.
An electric light plant in this place
is now being discussed by our citizens
and wo hope in timo it may como to
pass, it would bo a great improvement
to our village.
Prof. Dancer a number of our teach
ers and pupils attended tho Teacher's
Institute at Porrysburg on Saturday
Frank Dlvor of .Toledo yistted with
his parents in this place oyer Sunday.
Chas. Griffith nnd wife of Bradnor,
wore tho guests ol John MacAfeo over
S. M. Elliott and Scott Beach left on
Monday for a visit to their homes in
Mis3 Mamie McMlllen was present at
the onturtalnmont given in Peraber
ylllo on Wednesday evening last, and
recited somo lino reoltatlons. Tho K.
of P. orchoatra was also In attendance.
J. H. West Jr. of Bluffton yislted his
parents hero over Sunday.
A largo number of our citizens at
tended tho Heath and Cordrey trial at
Bowling Green tho first of tho week.
Tho K. of P. boys will give a grand
ball on Thanksgiylng ove. Thoy havo
issued neat and attractive inyltations
and It is'needless to say thoy will have
u. good attendance.
Chas. McICisson, Goorgo Elliott and
Wm. Halott of Mormill, wero calling
on friends hero Sunday.
Harry Paine, who has boon visiting
at his home hero for tho past week
roturned to Genu Hazel, Pa., on Fri
J. H. Goodrick, wlfo and daughter,
Miss Mabel, wero guests of friends in
Woodville, Sunday. ,
Chas. Dora of tho Ann Arbor Unl
yorstty, Mloh., was homo over Sunday.
George Schletter, who has been en
gaged in running a moat market in
this place for a year past and who, by
his kind and courteous attention to his
patrons, built up a fiuo patronago, has
sold his business place to ono Mr. Bart
lott of Foatorla, who will tako posses
sion at once, and, although our citizens
regret losing. Mr. Schletter, yet thoy
wolcomo Mr. Bartlott to his now field
Tbo wlfo of Mr. Leonard "Wells, of
East Brlmfiold, MasB., had boon suffer
ing from neuralgia for two duyB, not
being ablo to sloop or hardly keep still,
when Mr. Holdon, tho morobnnt thoro
sont hor a bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, and nskod that she give it a
thorough trial. On meeting Mr. Wolls
the next day ho was told that sho was
all right, tho pain had loft hoi' within
two hours, and that the bottlo of Pain
- 1 Balm was worth $5,00 if it could not bo
had for loss. For sale at 50 conts
bottlo by A. R. Ghampnoy!
Highest of all in Leavening
Gus. F. Smith ol Dotrolt, Mich., spent
a low days with his paronts last weok.
Mrs. S. J. Hitchcock of Detroit,
Mich., visited hor daughter, Mrs. A. E,
Hitchcock, last week.
Miss Mlnnlo Bnurs of Toledo visited
hor paronts last weok.
L, S. Warner and wlfo visited in
Toledo over Sunday.
Fred Rlohm visited Toledo Irlonds
Jno. Wheeler or Toledo, spent Sun
day with E, S. Whcclor.
Mrs. A. V. Colo of Chicago, spent tho
week with her sistor, Mrs. C. F. Rider.
Mrs. W. B. Scott of Toledo, called on
frionds hero last Monday.
Miss Estolla Simmons called on Lottie
Bench ono day this week.
Mrs. W. A. Mandoll and son Bert,
Mrs. Carrio O'Rourko visited her
children in Toledo over Sunday.
Fred Snyder and wife of Porrysburg,
called on friends hero last Sunday.
Miss Frances Lusher entertained Mr.
Craft of Michigan last week.
A CLOSE CALL
Father Rieken's Buggy Struck by
On Satulday morning last an acci
dent occurred on the Bowling Greon
electric lino which camo very near
being a serious matter. Ray. G. H.
Roiken was driving oyw tho track at
the cross road near John Kazmaier's
residence about threo and ono half
miles from Porrysburg. Tho vehicle
was pretty bably demolished, but Mr.
Roiken and his horso both escaped
Injury except a slight bruiso on the
former's shoulder. Tho only reason
assigned for tho accident is that tho
motorman did not seo tho rig in timo
to stop, on account of a building ob
structing his view, and Mr. Reikon
did not notice tho car coming until ho
was on the track and unable to escape.
Rev. Relken was slightly bruised
but his horso kindly waited for tho
wreck to bo cleared away.
Keport of Daily Attendance
the Week Ending Nov. 6, 1896.
In this report tho per contagos aro
based on tho total enrolment for the
term less any pupils permanently with
drawn as given by tho teachers.
Tardi- Enrol. Per Cent
Deportment ucss meat Attendance
Mr. Hanson.... 0 71 91
Miss Slauson.. 4 31 97
Miss Shipley.. 2 45 93
Miss Lyon 0 35 92
Miss Blinn 0 38 90
Miss Johnson.. 1 55 1)0
Miss Kemp. ... 0 31 05
Mrs. Chapman 3 30 90
Total Avorages.... 330 01
H. J. Gaeutneu, Sup't.
At tho M. E. church, Friday ovcnlng,
Noy. 20, 1890, under tho auspices of the
1. Quartotto "My lovo Is llko a red red
Misses Lovo and Basset and Messrs
Soudcr nnd Lovo.
2. Violin Solo "Barcarolo" Novln.
Thos. C. Cook.
3. Trio "Don't tlcklo mo I pray."
Miss Lovo, Mr. Souder, Mr. Lovo.
4. Soprano Solo "Sonata Maria,''(vlolln
obllgato) J. Faure.
Miss Sou Lovo.
5. "Whistling Solo Mr. Darby.
0. Quartotto "Tho Millar's Woplng,''
7. Tonor Solo selected, Mr. C. F. Souder.
8. Humorous Gleo "Jaok Hornor,"
9. Alto Solo "Stars of tho Summer
Mis? AH co Bassott.
10. Whirling Imitatlona, Mr. Darby.
11. DUet "O'tlUiUwo two woro Maying"
Mlbs Loio, Mr. Souder.
12. Quartotto "Good Night Beloved,"
Mrs. Thomas O. Cook Plauo Accom
panist. Admission 10 and 15 conts.
Power. - i - Latest IT. S. Gov't Report.
PROM THE TOLEDO JAIL
Tho Turnkoy Supposed to bo Implicated"
Harry Davis ono of tho North Balti
more robbers charged with shooting
Marshal Baker, mndo his escapo from
tho Toledo jail. His absence was notdls
covorcd until tho next morning, when
tho grating was found to bo sawed out
leaving a 12 inch holo for nn 18 inch
man to pass through. Certain padlocks
woro gono and tho wliolo business
looked bad for tho turnkoy, Mutchler,
who claimed that aftor taking a drink
of wator from tho cooler, ho dropped
into a heavy sloop only to aw'ako In tho
morning aftor tho bird had Ilown.
Davis' coll mato mado a confession
which Implicates tho turnkoy to such
an extent that ho is bolng tried beroro
Judge Kolley and tho ovidenco thus far
elicited shows that help was givon by
As yet tho prisoner is enjoying tho
air of freedom.
Sheriff Biggs, with a much mora
inferior jail has kept Davis' pals safoly,
and feels very badly over tho affair,
although he is in no manner blamablo.
By the Ladies of the First
In nccordanco with their usual cus
tom tho ladlos of tho First Presbyter
ian church will hold a bazaar about ono
week before Christmas tho date ol
which will be announced later. A
largo stock of fancy articles suitable
for holiday gifts will bo offered for sala
at vory low prices.
Any person desiring any article to bo
mado specially for thomselvea should
leave their order with any of tho ladies
of the church as soon as possible.
Tho raombors .of tho congregation,
aro requested to contribute such arti
cles of fancy worlc for tho bazaar as
thoy may chooso.
Queen Wilhclmina, of Holland, Used
likely to becomo engaged very soon jJ
a little speech she is said to have mado
recently is authentic: "I am very fond
of my subjects, and I hope to plcr.Eq
them in every way, but if they vbini'
they nro to have a voice In the selection!
of my future husband they never mado
a greater mistake. If they take any ex
treme measures I shall be more do.'
termlucd than ever, for I am resolved
they mustnot coerco me into a marrhgn
which Is distasteful. I shall not marry,
unless I am allowed some voice In llie,
matter." Wllhelmina Is very apt to con
tinue monarch of her country marriefl
Mrs. Jefferson Davis writes to tho
Baltimore Sun an appreciative letter
about the lato Frederick McQinnia
(colored), who was tlio personal servant
of her husband. "Ho was on honor lo
ltia race," sho says. "A man of sterluijj
integrity, high intelligence, keen sensa
of justice, a warm and grateful kcanL
ho had tho fine instlnctw of a gcntloj
man. Whatovcr ho undertook ho pex4
formed faithfully and well, for Id
mental fnculties wero not inferior la
his moral qualities," ,
Hereafter tha Sehrocders nnd Ihq
Schlatters nnd other alleged "divine!
healers wiU pay tlio city 5100 a ycai;
for tho privilege of operating in Kanr
soa City. Tho upper houso of tho city
council has decided upon this, and coiij
eluded further to Includo the, class at
"doctors" which heals by the laying cm'
of hands, with tlio fortuno tellers, Can
clairvoyants, tho franco mediums, llifl
mind readers, osteologists and palmists.
For Infants and Children.
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