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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL,
VOL.XLVIII.-ED, L, BLUE, Publishor.
PERBYSBUBG, WOOD 00., 0 FEIDAT, APBIL 6, 1900,
$1.00 IN ADVAN0E.-N0,4
CRAX, COLLECTOR AND RBAb IMS'
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The Cifas Mm k
- - N0TABY PUiJLlu.
WMHfMtnror of "Auditor," "Jack
Jef ," Wd othar brand ot Ano clgan.
CAPITAL STOCK, 50,000,
JACOB DAVIS, Prcs.
J AS. O. TROUP, Vico Pres.
N. L. HANSON, Cash, and Gcn'l Mgr
. j . j ww y tS O?
JonxPntmiN, D. K. Hollenbeck
J. G. Hoffman, Jacob Davis,
Fkank Powell,, C. P. Chapman,
N. L. Hanson. E. I. Kingsbury,
P. A. Wetmoue.
, ,u iw
RccoIvm deposits, loiw money, sells forclcn
and ilomemlc exchange, buy. nnrt sells i drnlis,
bonds, coin, notes, mortRnt'ts and pays lnlcreat
on time deposits.
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Columbut to Chiuqa. (.
.Columbus u Nthitgtui DilUmoff,
... .......... . .... ...
WATCHMAKER and JEWELER
"Watches, Clocks, Jowolry, Spectacles &c.
aiumoft. . I xinu uiuuk iruiuouiuiiin tab.
Si 313 MONROE ST., TOLEDO, O.
JV Xww" - i VBl Spcoial care will be taken with the repair of
ISS&&&iSiSSSSI tt" """' 0 Watchce- c""-k ttl"1 JC"clrY.
X cygrgjCTpi neyqaquuyMU) Mj
fl . . $
(fl If you want the best, then buy 5;
4R TT-iirTn rm- a tpwtisj if
m "JO.VJ.LV.fl.Jli X JCIiLJJi X
EIGHTS OF BUYERS
Of Tax Titles Given in a Dcoision
by the Supreme Oourt.
A decision was banded down by tbo
supromo court a low days ago that will
bo of lntorcst to persons buying tax
titles. It was In tho caso ot Tho State
of Ohio, Ex. Rcl United States Mort
gage and Trust Company, vs. Wra. M.
Godfrey, Auditor of Lucas county, and
is as follows:
"A sale of land at a delinquent tax
sale docs not vest in tho holder of a
certificate of purchaso at such sale tho
titlo to tho proporty &o sold; hut tho
holder of euch certificate acquires a
right to be Invested with tho title to
such land at tho oxplration of two years
from the sale, if not redeemed."
"It is tho duty of tho auditor, after
delivering a certificate ot purchaso o'
land sold for delinquent taxes, to trans
fer tho samo Into tho name of tho pur
chaser; and It is also his duty, when tho
samo lands havo been sold and convoyed
by tho owner, or convoyed under a
judicial sale of tho ownor'a Interest,
within two years from tho delinquent
tux sale, to transfer tho same to tho
grnntco under tho deed; but it such
lands should not bo redeemed within
two years from tho ttmo ot tho
delinquent tax sale, and tho auditor
has executed and dellvored a deed
thorefor to tho purchaser, it will then
bo the duty of tho auditor to transfer
the land to tho name ot tho holder of
tho tax deed."
Score a Victory in the Corporation.
Mayor and Olerk Only Democrats
or "BON TON.55
These brands of Flour are of the very best
that is made. Manufactured at the
REYNOLDS MILLS, MAUMEE,
Bean tin -'fh8 Vca Have Alnars Baugtf
- - AND - .
Arthur E. Hitchcock,
M mmA Ml Gardnar Bnlldins,
TTJTQ TQ T?
hr i 1 -ft 1 - m St" '
OE YOU !
CRAID SALE O
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PorryBburg Township Demociatio
Usual by Small Majorities,
Tho saying that a rainy election day
moans victory for tho Democratic
ticket in Pcrrysburg proved groundless
this spring, as tho entire Republican
ticket, with tho exception of Mayor
and Clork, was elected with safo
majorities, as tho table of figures
following will show.
Tho township, however, did not faro
so won perhaps It ruined harder in
tho township C. C. Hum for justlco of
tho peace and H. R. Charles for assessor
In tho west precinct being tho only
Republicans who survived the Demo
cratic down-pour. Tho result by
precincts is as follows:
D K Hollenbeck, r 213
Androw Roach, d 220
Clerk... C P Chapman, Jr., r 105
T M Pranoy.d 239
Treasurer...Harry Danz. r...v 240
J J Amon,d 184
Marshal...D Von Hollon, r 220
Ed Thornton, d 210
Councilman. ..C L Muddy, r.. 292
J W Barton, r 2S8
Wm Rlgg, r 254
C A Hodman, d 145
Dan'l Kllngler, d 127
J G HofTman, d 163
Cemetery Trustec.David Main r.....238
GW Hoffman, dlSS
Andrew Roach, d 7
T M Pranoy.d- .'. -14
Harry Danz, r - 05
D VanHollen.r..- 10
C L Maddy, r 129
J W Barton, r - 124
Wm Rlcg,r.. 01
David Main, r. CO
Assessor... A J Brownsborgor, r 37
John IIBetton, d 141
Justlco of Peaco...O C Hum, r CO
Suporvisor...John Klpp 4
Cbas Goodman 148
Albort Rctzal, d 148
Philip Wotzel, d 192
James Hayes, d 135
Pctor BuckhouBO, d 33
LJ Ross, d 85
CO Hum, r 40
H R Charles, r 8
Wm Neldorhouso, d 4G
John H Botten, d 107
Chas Goodmnt 144
Albert Kazmaior 2
Jacob Priuglo (plurality) 3
P. H. Thompson 103
Philip Wctzul 117
H R Roother 14
Tnxoo scattering votes.
$8 to $12 Per Suit.
The W. G. & B.
is what we sell.
Strictly first class in
Style and WcirkinansMp.
other fellow is selling, but the same goods, run on the
for about one-half the price. For four months we have
are now ready to do business. As a starter we offer
Not a lot of odds and ends and old stock carried over, but
NEW, CLEAN, AUTISTIC AND SNAPPY GOODS
FRESH FROM THE MILLS.
Not something just as good as the
same stock, by the same mills, but
been working on this deal, and we
1,000 Rolls of the Nicest, Cheapest
s, Goods ever offered the public
at the following astounding prices: White Blanks, 6c d. r. Trust stores would ask 8c and
rioc for same goods. Grounded Blanks, 15c goods for oc d r. 20c Blanks 12c d. r. In this
lot is included the Standard Granite. (Ask your dealer what he pays for these goods.)
8 oz. bronzes, which retail at 30c, 15c d. r. Varnish Golds at 20c that you are lucky to get
for 35c from trust stores.
Besides these we have samples of over 2,500 combinations, covering all
1 grades and designs known to the wall paper trade. Also FabRi-KoNa, Dyed
Burlaps, Tapestry Burlaps, Buckrams, Felts, Denims and Fabrics.
These goods are. made by The York Paper and Card Co.. The Standard Wall Paper
Co., The Columbia Wall Paper Co., Johnstown Wall Paper Co., Haviland & Co.
ASK ANY DEAZiSR ABOUT THEM.
?hese goods are offered for sale at our resi
dence on Front St., three blocks west of Main.
It may be a little out of the way but you will be amply repaid for your
trouble. "The proof of the pudding is in the eating thereof, not in
chewing the string," says an old proverb.
Trustee... Jacob Motzjjer, r 157
Albort Reitzel, d 160
Clerk...W A Pinkboiner, r 142
PhlUp Wotzol. d ISO
Constabloa...Geo Hufford, r 131
Douglas Dowland, r 143
S J Croft, r 178
Jnmos Hayes, d 104
Peter Buckhou-. d 101
L J Ross, d 142
Asscssor...H R Charles, r 104
Frank Loesch, d -1G1
Justlco of Peacc.C C Hum, r. 201
V Schwind, d 122
Suporvisor...Albort Kazmaler 53
Wesloy Kaufman 51
Trustee... Jacob Molzgor, r 101
Albort Roltzel, d- 210
Clork...W A Pinkboiner, r 151
Philip Wetzol, d .225
Constables...Goo Hufford, r- 140
Douglns Dowland, r 1G5
S JCroH, r 198
James Hayes, d 229
Peter Buckhouso, d 172
L J Ross 170
Assessor...Geo B Craig, r. - 1G3
Wm Noldorhouso 209
Justlco of Pcaco...O C Hum, r. 201
Suporvisor...C Snyder 50
Henry Hahn 58
Jacob Prlngla 01
Trustee. Jacob Metzgor, r 45
Albort Roltzel, d 135
Clork...W A Finkboinur, r.. 50
P Wotzol, d 130
Constables. ..Goo Hufford, r 40
Douglas Dewland, r 50
S J Croft, r 43
Jas Hayos, d 131
Peter Buckhouso, d 110
LJRoss, d ISO
Renominated for Congress.
The Convention Made Quick Work
of the Easiness.
Tho Republican Congressional con
vention nt Toledo attended tho business
for which it was called in a mannor
that showed perfect harmony in tho
Prosecuting Attorney E. G. McClel
land of Wood county was selected as
.chairman and Dr. Frank Outcault ot
Wauseon ns secretary.
Upon assuming control ot tho conven
tion Mr. McClelland mndo a brief but
very pointed and sensible speech stat
ing the object of tho convention and
duties of the delegates and Republicans
Tho usunl committees wcro appointed
and roported promptly.
The resolutions are
Wo, tho Republicans of tho Ninth
Congressional district of tho Stato of
Ohio, congratulate tho American
peoplo upon tho return ot prosperity
under tho policy of tho Republican
party; confidence being restored and
labor more generally employed at good
wages than ever before.
Resolved , That wo endorse tho wlso
and patriotic administration ot Pres
ident William McKlnley, and wo havo
confidence in his ability to meet all the
emergencies which may arise in tho
future, and we instruct tho dolegatos
hero chosen to attend tho National
conyontlon at Philadelphia to cast their
votes for the ronomlnatloa of William
McKlnloy lor President.
Resolved, Wo heartily ondoreo tho
Administration of Governor Nash and
believe that tho Interests of tho stato
under his guidance will bo protected
Resolved, Thnt wo hereby ondorso
tho course of Senators Forakor and
Hanna In their hearty approval of tho
Administration and in tho wiso and
patrlotto manner In which thay havo
represented tho interests ot the stato.
Wo congratulate tho American peo
plo on tho successful outcomo of tho
Spanish war, for the liberation ot the
Come in and look
at this line. m
result of tho war against Spain and
that thoy must bo retained. And wo
most emphatically endorse tho National
Administration in maintaining iha
supremacy of tho United States against
tho partial rebellion there, and con
gratulate tho country on tho speedy
restoration of peace by the collapse cl
the Insurrection. Wo bolieyo tho
policy of the Govornraont will givo to
our Insular possessions tho greatest
degreo of liberty and self-government
for which the people aro fitted.
Aftor tho ndoptlon ot reports James
M. Ashloy ot Toledo presented the
name of Hon. James Harding Southard,
for rcnominatlon, nnd upon a suspension
of the rules ho was nominated by accla
mation. Hon. Noah H. Swayno was
elected Presidential Elector for the
Ninth district. Robinson Locke of To
ledo and Hon. James O. Troup ot Bowl'
ing Green wore unanimously nominated
as delegates to t he National Convention.
Shortly after his nomination Hon.
James H. Southard waa escorted to the
hall and upon being introduced made
a brief speech ot acceptance and ac
knowledgment of his thanks, which waa
received with prolonged applause.
Before leaving tho hall ho was heart
lly congratulated upon his rcnominatlon
by tho delegates.
Beintha y1ha Kind Yon Haw Alvran tonga
people ot Cuba
Islands camo to
from tyranny and
Gome and see what we have and be convinced.
Spread. Like Wlldflro.
When thlng3 aro "tho best" they
becoino "tho best selling." Abraham
Hare, a leading druggist, of Belleville,
O., writes: "Eloctlo Bitters aro tho host
selling bitters I havo handled in 20
yoars. You know why? Most disease
begin in disorders ot stomach, liver,
kldnoys, bowels, blood and nerves.
Electric Blttors tones up tho stomach.
regulates liver, kldnoys and bowels,
purifies tbo blood, strengthens tho
norvetj, henco curea multitude? ot
maladies. It builds up tho entiro sys
tem. Puts new llfo and vigor into uny
weak, sickly, rundown man or won'' n.
Prlco 50 cents. Sold by all Drugpur
Dies at Her Homo in Manmeo,
Mrs. Toblaa Wolfingor died at
midnight, April 2, of parulysls, agedfil
years. She was born February 1, 1819.
At tho ago of 19 sho was married to
Tobias Wolfinger, whom sho survived.
In 1838 they moved to Maumee, rearing
u family of four daughters and one son.
all ot whom are dead. Dr. Clark, ol
Maumee, was appointed her guardica
several years ago. Grace WolOnger,
a niece, and Matilda Wolfingor. the
second wife ot her son, are her only heirs.
Tho fuaorul was held at her lata
residence, on Wayne street, Thursday
morning, at 0 o'clock. The remains
were taken to Springfield, O., for inter
ment. TOLEDO AMUSEMENTS.
New Spring Styles-
New and Pretty.
A. C. FULLER.
For the whole of noxt week, Edna
Wallace Villa ia "Tho World against
Her" will bo tho attraction at Burtfa.
This popular actress should bo greeted
with crowded housas.
Prices Matinee, lOo, 15a and 12c.
Evening, 10c, 20c, 30c and 50c.
At tho i.jceum.
Next week the melodrama, (Caught
in the Web" will bo the attraction lor
the first half of the nntk. Tho com
pany carry a car load of special scenery.
Commenclug Thursday next, "
Bill" will closo tho week.
Prices Matinee, 15o and 25c
nlng, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always BmiI
Bears tho tf 'srgZZ
Signature of M&Sf&T&i&flf