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The Perrysburg Journal.
rODLIBnED EVERY SATUItDAY.
S. I BLUB,
Entered t the Ferrysburg Poatofflce u tecoml
Tho Joaiuut. is dated Saturday, littt the inpcr
coca to press every Thursday nflcrnoon nt 2
o'clock, In order Hint It may reach Its renders
in various locnlltles by Saturday mnnilmr.
MAY 21, 1S0S.
Rov. T. J. Hiirb.uiRh lins been un
pointed Chaplain of tho IGth Itofi't. O
N. G. Tho nppolntraotil is worthily
An nrtlolo on tho subject of bbyclc
paths by rv prominent Porrysburg clt
izon is nencssarily crowded over until
II Sampson was as far away from
Ticidquurlure as Downy wns lie would
Iirtvo hud tho scalps of thu Spanish Capo
Vcrdo fleet several days ago.
On Monday Toledo was nt tho top of
tho hoip in tho Intcr&tuto Longuc.
Horo's hoping that alio may hold tho
placo to tho cud of tho season.
That duck pond at tho corner or
Front street and tho Avonno would loolt
much bettor if 1. was drained or filled
up. It Is hardly deep onough for tho
propagation of Gorman carp, and is too
deep for convenience or beauty.
Tho agony in relation to tho Collec
lorship is over, and while tho appoint
ment is not in harmony with tho wishes
of all who woro interested, tho party is
to bo congratulated upon the final settle
ment of tho long delayed appointment
In 1893 Prauk Van Loon was hung
for tho Cclurabus Grovo raurdor and
bank robhory, but thorois now lurking
in tho minds of prison officials who
wore familiar with Van Loon's cusp, a
belief that ho was Innocent of tho mur
der and that Roach, a convict now in
tho prison, will so mo timo confess that
ho was tho perpetrator of tho deed for
which Van Loon suffered.
Capt. "Jake" vWolor of Co. H. IGth
Regt. who was urged to accopt a com
mission as Major of his Regiment, de
clined to accept. Ho had promised to
stay with tho boys of his Company,
who lovo him as they would a father,
and ho proposes to keep his promiso
and his boys. There is no swoll about
Capt. Jako's head.
Whllo it is undoubtedly proper for
the United Strtca to retrain from any
alliance, offensive and defensive with
England, at the present, it should ovor
bo borno in mind that tho friendly po
sition toward tho Unltad States, us ta
ken by England, has had much to do
in preventing other foreign nations
from assuming a friondly attitude
toward Spain. Tho courso of tho Brlt-
ti&h government has been very lionora
bio and tho United States govcrnmoot
and pcoplo should not forget this fact
Thoso people who, a few years since.
Crumbled because Uu6 government be
llovcd it advisable to construct a mod
ern navy at a time when there was no
prospect of a war, and declared that it
was a useless expondlturo of money,
and that all difficulties should bo settled
by arbitration, now bco tho folly of
their belief and tho injustice of their
complaint. What would wc havo dono
In tho present c-ieis with arbitration
with no modern war ships to back up
our demands? It is only to bo regretted
that wo did not commence earlier with
our navy building.
Thoso Cuban insurgents don't pan
out vory well. Gomes' forces havo
proven to bo notiiing but bands of un
organized men., Garcia has about 1,700
troops, well organized and the best in
the field. Gomez does not even possess
the good sonse to favor an invasion of
tho Island by American troops but
wants his forces to bo furnished arras
nnd ammunition nnd to be allowed to do
tho fighting. Tli is our government
well not listen to, nnd tho campaign in
Cuba will bo conducted just as though
Gome?: did not exist. Our pcoplo huvo
been greatly deceived In tho reporU of
Tho cost of bicycle roads in tho Stato
of Now York Is thus stuted by u, Roch
ester papor: Chomung county, 15 miles,
cost 81,600; Kings county, 5J miles
83,500; Monroo county. 120 milos, cost
314,000; Oneida county, six miles, built,
at a cost of $2,000; Seneca county, nlno
mi!o3, built at a cost or 91,400. This
statement was copied from tho "Wash
ington Evening Star." This is simply
data which may bo considered by tho
clvlo officers of Porrysburg and alBO of
Toledo who uro interested in thu dovol
opmont of such roads for tho movements
ot our local, or outsido cyclists. It is
an object lesson which may bo useful
also to tho County Commissioners, and
our township trustcos in whoso juris
diction such roadways will 'ultimately
A B. G. papar recently called atten
tion to tho fact that tho Republicans of
Wood county in looking about for a
candidato lor Shorlff should keep an
oyo on tho north end of tho county.
Whether tho paper publishing this
gentle, admonition did so with fear or
liopo that it might bo truo, is, of courso,
unknown, but in either caso It is truo
that "from tho north" will come n, can
didato and Perrysburg township will bo
hoard Irom, Tho Ropubllcans of Por-
rysburg havo always boon noted for
tholr loyalty to tho party undor nny
and all circumstances and thoy will go
into tho convention with a candidato
who lino always boon roady to lond a
holplng hand in every contest and at
all times boon found at tho post of duty.
Such a candidato will ho presented to
tho delegates In tho Ropuhlican county
convention, backed by a solid Perrys
burg delegation, who will go Into tho
contest for tho purposo of nominating
Edgar L. Kingsbury for tho ofilco of
ShorllT of Wood county.
Tho Council met In regular session
Thursday night, all members being
Strcot committee reported purchase
of -1000 feet oak sidewalk materia.!.
Repairs woro ordered on bridges
on Grassy crcok on Elm and Cherry
Mayor was requested to call joint
sussion of Township Trustees with
council nt next regular mooting.
Inn. BoIT was appointed Deputy Mar
shal for ono year.
Street Com. was authorized to clean
ditch nnd mako necessary ropalrs at
crossing of Louisiana Ave. and Third
Btrcot, also to clean Culvert at Intersec
tion of Third and Elm streots.
Tho organization of tho Cometory
Board was confirmed by the Council.
Repairs by grading wero ordered to
bo made on hill near tho jail.
C. A. Hoffmann was grunted permis
sion to lay tile drain across alley be
tween Front nnd Second streots.
Mr. Hanson moved that 200 feet of
4-inch tile bo lnid on west sldo of
Second street, from Clegg's furnlturo
storo south. Mr. Degnor amended that
the west side of Indiana Ave. between
Eim and Locust streots bo similarly
improved. Both propositions failed to
rocolved the necessary votes and wero
Petition was presented nsklng for a
4-foot sidewalk to bo constructed on
tho cast sldo of Indiana avonuo from
north sido of Maple street to south side
of Locust street. Sidewalk committco
was directed to drart ordinance In ac
cordance with the petition.
Tho resignation of Rov. Adams as
member of Library board was received
and accepted. Tho names of Dr. H. R.
Roothor and Jacob Davis woro pre
sented to fill vacancy. The vote
a tio nnd furthor consideration of
appointment was postponed.
Tho claim ordinance of $46.30
WITHHOLD Y0UE CRITICISM.
Euitok Jouunal: Fairmtnded and
intelligent citizens are at a loss to
know why such ridiculous and unfair
criticisms aro being made against the
actions and appointments of tho board
of education. How detrimental such
things Are to the best interests of our
schools any ono may know who stops to
consider. Certainly tho school board
knows its business and havo tho inter
ests of tho schools in all tho plans, pur
poses and appointments. Of course.
there aro many In our community who
could '"run things" far better than tho
board does und who aro not hesitating
to say that they could glvo the board
"somo pointers" as to the conducting
of affairs. Such can find fault, but
could not bo induced to accept a post
Hon where they mleht bo subject to
criticism of others. Nor can thoy wait
until tho plans of tho board are known
and tried they must bo critics, or thoy
aro "nothings." Bettor far to exhibit
a little good senso by a pationt wait
ing until thoro is cause for curses than
to mako dissention by unkindly criti
cism. Give the ollicials support and
thoro will ha moro harmonious and
better results in educational muttftrs.
Tho hoard has experienced somo diffi
culty In securing men who would serve
on tho examining committee for
Way Scholarship not bocauso capable
and fatr mon could not bo found but
simply bocauso of the fault finding
spirit so common in the community.
Who does not know that it is well nigh
impossible to conduct that examination
othorwlso than impartially. Candi
dates may demand thotr panors and
thus can ascertain for thomsolvos
whethor or not they havo boen treated
fairly. But it Is bocuuso parents und
frlonds do not do this but resort to
carping criticism that citizens do not
care to serve on this examining board.
It may bo a good thing (lor tho fault
fiirJors) if the present committee
should publish a detailed account of
their work und tho results und Invito
the inspection of any one. This might
alionco tho batterlcH ol tho fulso critics.
O j. JS T O SEt. X J. .
Bears tho J9 Kind You Have Always Bought
Jury Couiml1on Aiipolntcil. I
Clork Balrd Snturday roooived notice
from tho common pleas judgo ot tho
appolntmont of tho following gentle-
mon on tho jury commission: E. W.
Merry, Bowling Groon; L D. Arnold,
iNorin uuiumoro, joun ti. jiuphumh. .
Bradnor. They aro to solcot 250 names
for deposit in tho jury wheel.
HAWKINS - COMSTOCK. On
Wednesday. May 18, 180S, by Rov. D.
H. Bailey. Mr. II. Lnnudon Hawkins
and Ml83 Lolln M. Comstook.
At 8 o'clock p. in. tho bridal parly ap
peared before thu Roy. Bailey who pro
nounced tho words that united vtio
hearts and hands of tho nbovo young
pcoplo. Tho coromony was conducted
nt tho olognnt heme of tho brldu's par
outs, and was witnessed only by rela
tives of tho contracting parties.
Tho brldo is tho oldest daughter of
Win. Comstook and wile and Is a highly
nccomplslhcd and vory popular young
lady, whose numorous friends wish hor
all happiness In her now relations.
Mr. Hawkins is a young man of
collent character and although he
has been a resident of our village only u
year he has won universal respect of all
who havo met him.
Tho happy couple have settled down
to housekeeping In a pleasant homo on
Front street amid tho congratulations of
Thoy received many useful nnd valu
able gifts us tokens of lovo from their
An elegant wcuiling banquet was
served and tho ovont wns pronounced a
beautiful homo wedding.
May 19. 189S, Mr. Charles Mills of
Perrysburg, and Miss Uraco Robin
son, of Clydo.
Tho ceremony that united tho abovo
young people was conducted at tho
homo of the bride In Clydo, at 7:30 p.
in. on Thursday, and was witnesssd by
tho near relatives only.
Tho bride Is a graduate of tho Clydo
High school; Is a highly accomplished
young lady and a general favorite among
ft. largo circle of friends.
Tho groom is a young and enterpris
ing business man of our village, well
nnd lavorably known bore and together
with his brldo will recolvo tho congrat
ulations of many friends.
Tho happy couplo will rcsido In Per
rysburg, where a pleasant home Is pre
pared for them.
The lloat Iteincily for KlieumuatlBiii.
From" the Futrhavcn (N. Y.) lteglster.
Mr. James Rowland of this village,
states that for twonty-fivo years his
wifo has been a suITeror from rheuma
tism. A few nights ago she was in
such pain that she wns nearly crazy.
Sho sent Mr. Rowland for tho doctor,
but ho had read of Chnmberlaln's Pain
Balm and Instead of going for the phy
sician ho wont to the storo und secured
a bottlo of it. His wifo did not approve
of Mr. Rowlands purchase at first, but
nevertheless auulled the Balm thor
oughly nnd in an hour's time was able
to go V) sleep. Sho now applies It
whenever sho feels an ache or a pain
and Unas that It alwavs elves relief.
Ho says that no medicinewhlch sho had
used ovor did her as much good. The
25 and 50 cent sizes for salo by A. R.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT,
Estate of Geo. Hoffmann Deceased.
The undcrsicned lias been nrmolntod anil mini
itli'il as Admlnlsiralor with the will annexed of
the Estate of licorRC Ilollmami, late of Wood
Dated this Cth day of Mav. A. I).. IS'.
9c Oi:OKGE V. HOFFMANN
Doc. 3 1. Caso No. 11519.
Jcanncttc Ktimpe Kerr
William 1'rl'iiKlc ct al,
In Wood County, Ohio, Court of Common Picas.
By virtue of an Order of Pale. Issued in the
bdovo eniuicu raiif. uy tho Clerk of too Com
mon Plean Court of Wood Countv. Ohln. nml tn
me directed and delivered, 1 will ofler for salo
ai piioiic vendue, at tlio front door ol the Court
iiouscjinuownngurecn, Ohio, on
TUESDAY, JUNE 7tb,1R33,
Between 10 nnd 11 o'clock, A. f. of said day. the
luijuwiug uiuuueu juuus aim leucmenis, lo-wli;
Tho South One-half 1,Q ol Lot No. one (1) In
Section 16. town 4. In thu United Kbit Itevprvi.
of twelvu (121 miles Kjuarw nt tho foot of tho itap
Ills of tho Miami of Ijiko Eric In Wood County,
wutu, ivMiuiiuiuti bivcuiy v-W utrcs uuuru or lets,
Terms of Sale Cash .
Appraised at S1200.00.
H1CIIAUD 11IG03, 8hcrilT.
By Al.R 11. FAKMER. l)iimtv.
Baldwin it IlarrliiBtun, I'lalnllirs Attorneys. So
Doc. 31, Case No. 11762.
Daniel Kllngcr and wife,
In Wood County, Ohio, Court of Common Picas
Bv virtue of nil Onlprnf Rnlo. Inn,l l n.n
above entitled ciiuec, hy tho Clerk of tho Com
mon I'Icoh Court of Wood County, Ohio, and to
mo directed and delivered, 1 will oiler for salo at
lmlillovcmluo. at tho front door of tho Court
iiuum;, ju jkjwmuh uruen, uiiio, oil
Between 10 and 11 o'clock A, M. of said day. tho
.uuuwiiib uwuiMvn iiujua unu icueiueuis, lo-wil:
Tho Hoiitn one-fourth of Out lot Number
SB TC'r I, ". ..?. V"$ .. ' "JffybUuur,
Terms of Bulls Conli.
Appraised nt SGOO.OO
By ALL'. B. FAIIMIMi. I)nntv.
JaincsitBoYwulucki i'lalnllirs Attorneys, fie
LAWN MOWERS, ETO.
has a full and complete stock of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
PGFTARI F Fresh Everv Dav-
Ti" UWa H W HUaf btSO KKa mr HI - A J, I 1 1 1 - A
This is the Season
We handle none but the best grades and at present have a
large stock on hand. The prices are the lowest.
We still handle the latest
always carries a
J. kMm HMIOWARE.
HEADQUARTERS POR OIL.
Best Grades at Lowest Prices.
m Mil Fin.
Oranges, Bananas, Lemons and Confectionery.
Look around, notice qualities, notice styles, then
read the price tickets. Buy or not, as you please.
All we care is to have the women of Toledo and
surrounding territory to KNOW the values here.
The rest will take care of itself.
Growing Briskness in Dress Goods Selling.
To-morrow we offer a choice) lot of Imported Bnyadero Novel
ties. Colors, blues, browns, greens, reds, etc.
Sold regularly at $1.25.
Choice to-morrow at..
FIDO twill und polln effocta in
pluin and fine color mixes, 48
inches wide, 75c, 89u and $1.25.
IN SOLID COLORS-
All tbo latest In poplin and
granite weuvos aro having a
ready sale. Price range is 50c,
75c, 81.00 and $1.25.
Bargains in Lace Curtains
That deserves telling of today. Rich Tapestry Curtains with
hoavy tassel f ringo at top and bottom.
Latest Designs and Colorings.
These sell regularly at $10.
Tn-mnrrnw nrlce will bo...
To-morrow price will bo
In beautiful designs. 00 inches
wido, IH and 4 yards long, $15 val
ues, special to-raorrow at $9.08.
Now patterns, 00 inches wide,
31 yards long $2 00 values to
morrow ut 81.48.
each and upwards.
HUIld UUl lilt! UllUIUtibl.
Radishes, Lettuce, etc., etc.
improved and best makes of
complete stock ol
Your money cannot buy bottor
wearing fabrics. Good range of
colors at 50c, 69c und 80c,
This superb display of challlcs
has met with fullest appreciation.
A collection to meet any want.
45c and 50c.
gy gQ g pajp
v' IV" ""
A lucky purclmso or pretty tap
estries just In. All tho newcol
orlngB und designs. For quick
belling we murk 'em $4.60.
A hundred ready for buying to
morrow ut $1.00 eaoh. Prettier
than any shown boforo.
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5 trnlus every weekday
TOLEDO TO CINCINNATI
Qlmlni everv weekday from 1)171 ItOIT
iimnOl.ftDO to 1X1)1 AXAl'OI.IS.
Vcstilmled Slccpiui; Car-, nn nlxht tralna
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It Cures Vnxs or Hemorrhoids, External
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Uurninu; Cracks or Fissures and Fistulas.
It Cures liuuNS, Scalds and Ulceration and
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It Cures Torn, Cut and Lacerated
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Sore Lips or Nostrils, Corns and Bunions,,
Sore and Chafed Feet, Stings of Insects.
Three Sizes, 25c, 50c. and Sl.co.
Sold hyDrneplsorMnt post-paid on rrcelptofprle..
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