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70L.XLVIII.-ED. L. BLUE, Publisher.
PERRYSBURG, WOOD 00., 0., FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1900.
$1.00 IN ADVANOE.-NO. 6
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Arthur E. Hitolioook,
M m& 431 - arrtner Bnlldlns.
TOLEDO. - OHIO.
D. K, HOLLENBEOK,
KKEIUb G0;,',2eCT0R AND RBAL B3
Tttln IntMtlRKttd tH tAitnwu famlliMd
tfryllotlop. Noutr In QtPta.
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MMUfiicturer ol "Auditor," "Jack
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cream tint, In Perfection linen. Swan
linen, Imporlnl wedding and all tbe
In writing paper and
cards, we carry a stock to
match the above line of
A New and Nobby
Line of Score Cards.
Buy at the
FInt Anniversary Paper.
Second Anntvcriary Straw.
TlilrJ Annlvennry Candy.
Fourth Anniversary Leather.
Fifth Anniversary Wooden.
Tenth Anniversary Tin.
Twelfth Anniversary Linen.
Fifteenth Aunlvcrsaty C'ryflnl.
Twentieth Anniversary Churn.
Fiftieth Anniversary Golden. '
Bcvcnty-fltth Anniversary Diamond.
My Wedding Presents I will Insure In
C. A. Powers' Agency,
The Citizen: Banking Co.
CAPITAL STOCK, 50,000.
JACOB DAVJS, Pres.
JAS. O. TROUP, Vico Pres.
N. L. HANSON, Cash, nnd Gon'l Mgr.
John Perrin, D. K. Hollendeok
J. G. Hoffman, Jacoii Davis,
Frank Powell, C. P. Chapman,
N. L. Hanson, E. L. Kingsuury,
P. A. Wetmore.
Receives deposits, loano money, cells foreign
andilomeattooxchaugc, buys and soils drafts,
bonds, coin, notes, mortgages nnd pays Interest
on tlmo deposits.
W If you want the
m "HOME TRADE"
These brands of Flour are of the very best
that is made. Manufactured at the
REYNOLDS MILLS, MAUMEE. OHIO.
And Married in Less Than
Matrimonial Troubles of Charles
It only rrqulrrd ono hour's llmo for
Charles nillholmor to (ret out ot matri
monial grief and Into matrimonial hap
plnoss. Blllbelmor Is tho young man who
wont to war as a raembor of Co. K, Sep.
ond regiment, and when he camo homo
bo married Mrs. Mercer. Mrs. Bill
helmcr was at tbo ttrao living at Knlldn.
nnd Blllheimor claims thnt ho thought
that elio had secured n dlvorco from
htm. This proved not to bo tho enso
and ho wos Indicted for blgnmy. Ho
pload guilty to the charge nnd was sen
tenced to tho ponitontinry. His second
wife, however, believed him Innocont
of Intontlonal wrong and decided to
remain truo to him mid await tho tlmo
when he might mako right any appar
ent wrong ho had dono her.
His nttoruoy, W. H. McMillan, of
North Baltimore, Interested himself In
tbo enpo nnd hod him pardoned out.
Blllhelmcr thou began proceedings for
dlvorco. Tho wifo filed a cross potltlon
also asking for a dlvorco and tho same
was granted to her Monday morning.
Blllbelmer nnd his prospective bride,
whom ho hnd onco unlawfully married,
awaited tho decision of the court and
immediately thereafter Bccurcdnliconso
and wore married within an hour after
tbo dlvorco had been granted.
Blllholmor's first wlfo was also pres
ent and it is said was accompanied by a
man whom sho cxpouted to marry as
soon as sho could get -back to Putnam
county for which locality they Immedi
ately do parted.
Tho Cemetery Trustees havo organ
ized ns follows:
Presldont H. Thornton.
Secretary R. Zlngg.
MHtiaging Trustee D. Main.
Tho regular meetings will ho held
the first Friday in each month.
UOAltD OF EDUCATION.
Tho school board met for reorganiza
tion on Audi l(i. The tallowing olTl
cers were elected: President, Jas. II.
HaycB; Secretary, Philip Wetzel;
Treasurer, Frank H. Thompson.
Rogulur meetings of tho board aro to
bo held on the Slu, 15th and 25th days
of euch month uud when such meeting
days come on Sunday tbo following day
to be considered such regular meeting
Tho following committees wero ap
pointed: Finance, Thornton and
Thompson; Teachers, Rhelnlrunk and
Fuller; School llouso and Grounds,
Fuller and Huyos; Supplies, Wetzel
C. F. Chapman was elected a member
of tho Way Library Board of Mauagcrs
for a term of four years.
WATCHMAKER aud JEWELER
Watohos, Olooks, Jewelry, Spcotaclos&o.
Half block from Summit St.
318 MONROE ST., TOLEDO, O.
Special raro will be taton with the repair of
all kinds of Watch ca. Clocks and Jewelry.
best, then buy Jjr
BON TON." t
Two Women Assulted One of
Whom Was Killed.
A frightful crime wbb porpotratcd
In West Toledo, Saturday night, by
two unknown toughs, who assaulted
Kato and Jo.uina Sullivan. Tbo former
dlod early Sunday morning ns tho
result of tho injuries sho had sustained.
Tho two tramps oiuno to tho girls'
homo and niter balng fed returned
with clubs and beat them Into Insensi
bility. Kohbory was thoir mollvo.
Tho police lmvo as yet gained no clew
ns to tho guilty wrotchos Idontlty.
A PROMINENT CITIZEN
Of Stony Eidge Passes to the
On last Saturday at 11:30 occurred
the death of Dr. John C. Androws tit
his residence, this in plnco.
His demise was caused by paralysis
with which ho was i filleted moro than
a week ago.
Dcccused was born In Crawford Co.,
O., on January 4, 1640, and was reared
on a farm until tho ago of sixteen at
which tlmo he nttended school nt
Lebanon, nnd lator on attended college
at Republic. Ho graduated in 1872,
and began the practice of mediclno at
Prom there ho wont to Hardin
county, tbenco to bis Into rcsidonco at
Stony Rldgo in tbo fall nt 180G, whero
ho has practised IiIb profession, nnd
conducted tho drug storo under tho
firm uamo ot Androws fc Chrislo.
Ho was united with Sarah D. Owen
in matrimony in 1873. They wero
blessed wl th one child ndaughtor,Mrs.
C. J. Welty of Jerry City. This union
was saddened by the death ot his-wife.
Ho was united In mnrriago a second
tlmo with Miss Chrlsto who still sur
vives htm. Ho is survived by two broth
ers and ono slstor Robert, Arthur and
Ho was u nuunhpr of I. O. O. F., It.
O. T. M. Stony Ittdgo tent, and was
also a member of thu G. A. R. During
tho war of the rebellion ho was n mem
ber of tho 123d O. V. I., enlisting hi
1801, nnd again us a veteran.
Tho funeral was held from tho rosl
donco, Rev. Shlslor of Pcrrysburg
Tho Maecnbeas took charge of tho
remains and thoy wero convoyed to
Lcmert, O., whero tho G. A. R. took
possession and conducted tho final
Stntn Sun.lny Schont Convention.
The 41st Annual State Sunday School
Convention win bo held In tho City of
Akron on Tuesday, Wtdnvid.ty nnd
Thursday, Juno 5. (I und 7, 1000. Elab
orate arrangements havo been made by
tho City of Akron for tbo entertain
ment of this groat gathorlng of Sunday
School workers, and tho State Officers
havo ptoparod a program which
promises to surpass anything evor bo
foro presented In tho State of Ohio.
Each county in tho Stnto is entitled to
ton delegates which shall ho elected at
tho County Convention or nppolnted by
tho County Exeoutivo Committee or by
tho County Secretary. Tbcso favored
ten will bo entitled to entertainment
(lodging and breakfast) by tho city of
Akron; but all persons attending the
Convention will hivvo tho privilege of
the floor, nnd will find good hotel ac
commodations at for $1.00 or S2.00 por
day. Tho railroads throughout tho
State mnko special rates during tho
Convention. Persons wishing to go as
delegates may apply to tho County
Secretary. Thoso planning to go ns
visitors may seouro u llttlo booklet
giving full information about tho city
by applying to Joseph Clark, Stato
Seoretary, No. 70 Tho Ruggery, Colum
A Now Vork girl jilted a man the.
other day, nnd ho retaliated by mar
rying her mother. Some men will go!
to almost ony lengths for xovenge.
Tbo Host Itomoily for Itliaiiniallsiu.
QUICK RELIEF FROM PAIN.
All who use Chamberlain's Pain Balm
for rheumatism aro delighted with tho
quick rollef from pain which It affords.
When speaking of this Mr. D. N. Sinks,
of Troy, Olilo, says: "Somo tlmo ugo
I had a severe attuck of rhournatism in
my arm and shoulder. I tried numerous
remedies but got no rcllof until I was
recommended bv Messrs. Geo. F. Par
sons & Co., druggistB of this pluco, to
try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. They
recommended It so highly that I bought
ono bottlo. I was soon relieved ot nil
pain. I havo slnco recommended this
liniment to many of my frlonds, who
agroo with mo that it is thu best
remedy for muscular rhcumatUm in tho
market." Foraalo by A. K. Chunip
Transact Business and Step
Down and Out,
New Board Organized and Com
mittees Appointed Othor
Business Disposod Of.
On Thursday evening, April 12, tho
village Council met In regular session
with tho Mayor, Cleric and nil mem
bers of tho board present.
Tho resignation of James Hnycs ns a
member of the board of health was
Tho financial report of tho Way
library hoard was read and referred to
tho finnnco committee.
On motion by Flnkbolnor seconded
by Hahn Marshal Zlngg was allowed
S33.60 extra salary to duto utter which
the claim ordinance amounting to
S1010 90 was passed.
Tho street committee was directed
to construct a crossing over Second
etreot on tbo east sido of Pino.
Ths question of placing thrco moro
electric lights was discussed nnd nftcr
lengthy nnd spirited arguments on both
sides tho motion wns voted down.
'Mnyor Bowers administered tho oath
of ofUco to tho newly elected Mayor,
Clotif, Treasurer nnd Marshal. Tho
minutes of tho medting woro then rend
and approved nftof which tho Council
adjourned slno dlo.
Tho now board then camo to order
with Mnyor Rouch, Clerk Franey and
tho following councllmon present:
Members holding over MessrB. Deg
ner, Finkbeiner and Hahn. Members
elect Messrs. Maddy, Barton and
The bond of Mayor Roach ior 81,000,
signed by himself and John Crankor,
was approved by tho Council.
Tho Mnyor then approved tho bonds
of tho following officers:
Treasurer Barry Dan?, 'a bond for
$10,000, signed by himself, N. L. Hau
son, J. Davis nnd Frank Powell.
Clerk T. M. Franoy's bond for S500
signed by himself, Philip Harbauer
and William Dibllng.
Marshal D. VanHollon's bond 31,000,
slgnod by himself, J. Davis and Henry
The rules governing tho old Council
wero read by tho Clerk and on motion
adopted for tho government of tho now
Tho Mayor submitted tho following
committees for tho ensuim: year:
Flnunco, Flnkbelnor and Degncr; Judl
claty, Hahn and Rlgg; Streets, Maddy
and Barton: Sidewalks, Rigg and
Flnkbelnor; Cemetery. Degner nnd
Hahn; Buildings nnd Grounds, Hahn
and Maddy; Lights, Finkbeiner nnd
Barton. Tho appointments woro duly
Sidewalk in-nwtor VanHellen was in
structed to Inspect all tho walks and
mako report to tho sidewalk committee
and notify property owners to mako
necessary repairs within ten days.
Tho clork was authorized to purchase
a now record book, and tho marshal to
provide himself with n pair of "brace
lets," tho cost of tho latter not to ex
Tho meeting then adjourned.
On tho following evening a special
meeting wns called and tho only busi
ness transacted was to appoint F. C.
Eborly a raembor of tho Way library
board for n period of fiyo years to suc
ceed Georgo Mutigor whoso terra had
Death ot Klienozer Donaldson.
On Thursday morning occurred the
doath ot Ebonczer Donaldson, at bis
lato homo In Grand Rapids. Mr. Don
aldson was a Wood County pionoor,
having boon a resident moro than sixty
years. Ho has n largo olrclo of friends
and was greatly osteomed as a man and
as a citizen. Po. tho largo portion of
his aotlvd Ufa ho was engaged In farm
ing, but for noarly twenty voars was a
resident of tho village, bis farm lying
olosoly adjoining. Mr. Donaldson was
so muoh esteemed for his strict integ
rity that ho was frequently ohosun to
sorvo tho people in township and vil
lage offices. He served as trustee for
a number of years, was justice for
many years, raomber of tbo vlllngo
council, und for four years was post
master. Ho was born In Porry county
in 1820, nnd was thoreforo In his 75th
year. Ho leaves a widow and six oh'.l
dron, all grown. Cor. Sentinel.
Appointed Oil Inspeotor for the
Frank Baird of Toledo, has boon
appointed Oil Inspeotor for tho North
ern District of Ohio, ana his appoint
ment was confirmed ty tho Sonntfi just
boforo tho close of tho session of
Mr. Baird will succeed Citpt. .1. B.
Luolcey, and will prolnbly tako charge
of tho onieo by tho loth of May.
Mr. Baird is nt proBont cashier in tho
revenue collector's office nt Toledo,
and previous to taklug this position
was doputy clork of tho common pleas
court In Lucas county. Baird is n.
Wood county bnv, having ben born at
Pcrrysburg in 1801. Ho romovod to
Toledo with his paronts in 180J, nnd.
after taking a courso in tho Toledo
schools, went into a railroad office In
1877. Ho served In various capacities
in railroad offices ior ten years. Under
President Harrison ho was annotated
deputy Internal rovonuo collector nnd
wherever ho has been has shown mark
ed ability In tho conduct of tbo affairs
of his office
Mr. Baird Is a staunch Republican
and for yoarj has boon nn earnest nnd
hnrd worker for tho success of tho Re
KILLED A DEER.
John Mosor Loses Cno of His
On Saturday last ono of John Moser's
pot deer escaped from tho park find
came down to Pllliod's island nnd at
tempted to swim' across tho rlvor.
Two mnn from Toledo. John Bonn
nnd Gus Kornor, woro hunting ducks
near tho Island nnd nttempted to cap
turo tbo animal and whllo it was swim
ming thoy proceeded to boat it with
tholr oars, It coping up tho worrying
process until tho animal was well nigh
exhausted. However, It finally renched
shore, but so nearly dead that it wns
easily captured. Tho men Ilea M foot
and placed it in tho boat nnd brought it
to Toledo, turning It over to u man
named Suminorflold. Tho latter, it la
claimed, killed It and sold tho meal.
Tho three men havo been arrested
and demanded separate jury trials and
their cases were 6et for Tuesday next.
What excuse thoy could havo for
killing tho anlniHl Is Impossible to con
ceive, and it is hoped thoy will be
given tho hot ond of whatever law
there may bo for tho punishment of
Tho Tontofrany Mnrshnl.
Tho case of Crom agalnBt Croll, tho
Tontogany Marshal caso, montioned
In last week's Journal, was decided in
favor of Crom In probato court, but
Croll has since repealed tho caso and it
will go to tho Common pleas court for
fUUUon.) Given Away.
It la certainly gratifying to tho pub
lic to Know of one concern which is not
iifrnld to bo generous. Tho proprietors
of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs und Colds, havo
given away ovor ten million trial bottles
und havo tho satisfaction of knowing It
has cured thousands ot hopeless cases.
Asthma, Bronchitis, La Grippo and
ull Throat, Chest and Lung diseases are
surely cured by it, C.ill on all Drug
gist, and got a free trial bottle. Regular
size 60c and 81.00. Every bottle guar
anteed. For Spring
By far the most com
plete line we have
50c, 75c and $1.00.
Sure to fit right
because they are
made by one of
the best factories
known to the
You are cordially invited
to see them.
A 0, FULLER
Guaranteed to fit
and please you
Magnificent line of
styles from which to
first class. No mat
ter what your size or
shape may be we
can fit you.
A. C. FULLER.
Quarterly Institute to be Held at
Weston April 28.
Tho noxt quarterly Institute of tho
Wood county toaohors will bo held at
Weston April 28. Tho following pro
gram has boon prepared:
Response... J. C. Solother, Superintend
ent, Jerry City.
Solf Government... E. A. Pluraraor Su
perintendent, Milton Conlor.
DlscussIon...Young and Cosgrovo.
Drawing and Form Work...MIss Ra
chel Thomas, Fostorla.
Discussion. ..Misses Lashuway and
Discussion. ..Byron E. Toan, Superin
Discussion. ..Flok nnd Way.
"Prof. Atwnter, a critiquo...Mls8 Ca-
rona Lae, Principal, Porrysburg.
Discussion. ..Grablol and VanTassel.
Is tho Idoa of making our school stand
ard a teaohar's certificate right?.. .C.
W. Merry, Superintondent, Weston.
Discussion... Wenner and Burson.
Round Table... What shall a teacher
do for her pupils during vacation? How
and whero should a beginner socuro a
school V How can wo mako our annual
Institute hotter? How can wo socuro
tbo co-opperatlon of patrons?
Bears ths A a Kind You Ha9 Always Bought
Teachers Institute to be Held
The next meeting ot the Troy Town
ship Teachors' Institute will bo held at
Luckov, O., Saturday, April 21, at 1 p.
m. Btandard time. Following Is tho
Quartet. ..My Old Kentucky Homo.
Welcome Address, Institute Work...
Reoitation ...Carrie Holtmlor.
Solo, Miss Llborty...Sophlo Rolfort.
Grading our conntry school. ..Mr. Rus
sell. Recitation. ..Ray Bornlng.
How can we socuro hotter co-operation
botweon parent and teacher?.. .Anna
Common Fractlons...Chas. Purdy.
Sorlos of songs, by primary room.
Naturo Study...Mrs. Goodell.
Recitation ...Katlo Blooky.
Paper, Speolal Senses... Elslo Snydor.
Solo, Llttlo Cotton Dolly... My rtlo
Recitation..) Kitty Goodell.
Geography aud History of Wood Co.,
Quartot. Merrily, merrily goes our
Everyone cordially invited to attend;
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Dough'