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TOE PfiRRYSBURG JOURNAL.
PUBLISHED EVEHY FRIDAY.
E. L. MiUE,
Entered nt tba Perrysbure I'ostofllco i
tecond clan matter. .
THE JOUUNAI, fs dated Frldny, but tlio
paper goes to press every Thursday nttcrnoon
at S o'clock, In ordor Hint it may reach Its read
ers In various localities by Friday morning
Lone Dlstanco Telephone Ko. SI.
AUGUST 21. 100:1
One Dollar per year if raid In advance; One
Dollar and Fifty Cents If Miff paid In udvaiioc.
Cards of Thanks, Obituary Poetry nnd Hon
elutlona of Itcspcct are published ut tho rato
of 5 cents por line only. There will bo no devi
ation from this rulo.
MYIION T. UKHHICK.
For Lieutenant Governor,
WAKUEN G. HAItniNG.
For State Auditor.
WALTER D. GUILHEItT,
For State Treasurer,
W. S. McKINNON,
For Attorney General,
WADE II. ELLIS,
For Judge Supremo Court.
AUGUSTUS N. SUMMERS,
Member State I3oanl of Public Works,
GEORGE II. W ATKINS,
CALVIN P. GODFREY,
For Common Pleas Judge,
WILLIAM H. DUNCAN,
FRANKLIN P. RIEGLE,
GEORGE W. FEARNSIDE.
M R. GORRILL.
S. B. RINKER.
DR. C. P. JONES.
Tho Macedonians nro in revolt
again. They are probably enjoying
tho profits of their investment in
Stone Miss Ellen Stone.
Tho bitterness of tho south against
General Miles, who put' Jefferson
Davis in irons, is regarded as an in
surmountable obstable to tho Gen
eral's ever being nominated on a
democratic national ticket.
The Georgia legislature has enacted
a law prohibiting tho wearing of
feathers on women's hats. Tho pre
servation of the feathered tribe is be
coming an economic question to the
pest ridden farmer and planter.
There aro strong indications that
Fourth Assistant Postmaster General
Bristow will add another important
scalp to his belt in the near future, in
tho person who was most responsible
for the extensive use of tho mails by
"Tho assumption that Postmaster
General Payne's order, whereby bag-
gagemasters will become employes of
tho Postollieo Department, will oper
ate to prevent railroad strikes is er
roneous. Only baggagemasters on
trains already carrying mail will be
Through the "ofTorts of ov. J.
Henry Duckory, of Cambridge,
Mass., a movement has been started
whereby it is believed that upwards
of fi00,000 negroes will bo assisted to
emmigrate to tho North within the
next year, most of them going to
various points between Philadelphia
Tho rumor that Secretary T?oot is
about to resign tho portfolio of War,
and that Governor Taft will succeed
him, is again in circulation, The
facts aro that Mr. Koot is niost anx
ious to resign but tho President is
urging him to remain. While Gov
ernor Taft will probably succeed Sec
retary Root, it is not likoly that a
chaugo will occur for some mouths,
A prominent New Yorker on leaving
ono of tho expensive summer hotels
was asked to write a little testimonial
in tho proprietor's autograph book.
Turning to a page on which an equal
ly prominent man had written, "I
camo hero for rest and chaugo and
found both", tho Now Yorkor select'
oil tho page opposite and wrote, "I
camo hero for rest and chaugo. Tlio
waiters got my chaugo and tho pro
prietor got tho rest,"
Mm. Anim Worger bus pUSScd tlio
examination required of stationary
engineers in the Dislriet of Columbia.
She is said to bo tlio firs-t woman who
has ever qualified for Unit position.
The institute held hero last week
was 0110 of tho most successful over
held in Wood county. Tho teachers
p lid eloso attention to the work and
endeavored to secure every particle of
information obtainable, and by their
close attention and their evident ap
preciation of tho real solid instruction
proved themselves worthy members
of their profession. Tho citizens of
Porrysbury endeavored to mako tho
teachers feel welcome and their de
cision to return to Porrysburg next
year is evidence that tho attention
given them was appreciated.
Tho JomiNAr. columns are a tnllo
short of local news this week, but we
hope our readers will pardon us this
time. The Journal -.tafT went up to
Frankfort with tlio Buckoyo Pres53
Association and the attractions of that
beautiful resort wero so great that we
could not resist the temptation to
tarry and in consequence have been a
trille negligent of business. Frank-
tort grows more bcauulul every year.
The visitor always regrets the time to
comiTawiy and hopes for an opportu
nity to return. This year it Seems as
though tho air was more balmy than
over before, and the 100 newspaper
people who wero in tho party have be
come firm believers in the fact that
for lest and a jolly good time Frank
fort is tho place.
Maumee Pioneers Meeting-.
On Sept. lOtli., '03 at the old court
house grounds in Maumee, Ohio, the
Maumee Valley Pioneer Association
will hold its annual meeting. All resi
dents of tho Valley anr. of the State,,
are earnestly requested to be present
Death of Mrs. Miller.
Barbara M. Zaenger was born in
Alsace, Germany, Jan. 25, 1825, and
died at her home in Peirysburg on
Wednesday, Aug. 19, l'JOJi, at the ago
of 78 years, G mouths and 21 days.
Sho was married in Germany to
Chris. Miller, Jan. 20,-1852, and in
Setember of 1851, sho and her hus
baud came to this country, settling in
tins place where tnoy have smco re
sided. Two children wero born
union, one girl who died in
and the surviving son, C. P
of Bellevue, who has cared
mother during her illness.
Mrs. Miller has been a sufferer for
the past four months and bore her
pain patiently. She was a loving.wifo
and mother, a kind and sympathizing
neighbor and always a helper in the
time of need .
Her funeral services were held in
tho German M. E. church on (this)
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, by Rev.
Koch of Toledo, and the remains laid
to rest in Ft. Meigs cemetery.
Many friends sympathize with the
husband and son in their sad be
reavement. Vaudeville at the Casino.
Lake Erie Park & Casino at Toledo
still proves Iho Mecca of pleasure seek
ers, as it Is offering for tho week of
August 123 rd one ol tho best bills of
vaudeville nuts .sinco its opening.
Heading the long urray of talent is'
Mtidumo Vullcclta, with her perform
ing Huns and panthers. Tho wonder
ful command this lady possasses over
these wild beasts of the jungle, makes
one wonder ut her act.
A daring and clover cyclist is Alex
ius, who furnlsho: a neiv and novel act,
being tho only oyclist la tho world
turning n somorsuul', with a bicycle.
Rtcton a clover comedy juggler and
CIiub. Heclow nn eccentric comedian
will furnish tho comedy portion of tho
bill, while Maud Benll Price will bo
heard In songs and monologues.
HOMICOOING AND OAMl" KXOUKSION
SUNDAY, AUU. U3rd, VIA T. & O. O. ltY.
Visit tho Soldier Boys nt camp Mc
Kluley. Special train to Bucyrua, Mt.
Giload, Cump McKlnloy, Thurston and
all iutorinudliilo stations, will leavo To
ledo (O. C. depot) at 7:30 a. m . Pussott
street at 7:35 t in. Pare $100 to Mt.
Gllead; $1.25 lo stutlons south, return
ing satno day. Aug 123
DKIUOCltATK! STATU CONVENTION,
Excursion rates via tho Ohio Central
lines Irom all stutlons In Ohio. Tickets
at One Para for tho round trip will ba
sold Aug. 24 mid 25, good returning un
til Aug. 27.
Wo Uo8lro to employ a trustworthy
lady or (,'onllomiiii to mauni.'u our bual
IU368 la this County and adolninfrtbr
ritory. Our houso Is well and favora
$20.00 Straight Cash Salary and all
Expenses paid Eaoh Wook by Oheck di
reot from Headquarters, Exponso money
iidviuced; previous experlunou limine
timiirj", podltlou pormnnout. Address
Thomas J. Oooper, Manager, 1010 Oax
ton Building, Ohioago, 111, 17h
mmmm aowiMAAffiuDAYi ai ai teoa,
jaitfQiift-'afflaififwWKffriiiMiiirjvavuM i me" fimna
Come and see
our new line of
Ranging in price from
25c to $3.50.
Choice brands of
Bowers I block
END OF BITTER FIGHT.
"Two physicians had a long and
stubborn fight with an abcess on my
right lung" writes J. F. Hughes of
Dupont, Ga., "and gave mo up. Eevery
body thought my time had come. As
a last resort I tried Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. The ben
efit I received was striking and I
was on my feet in a few days. Now I've
entirely regained my health." It con
quers all Coughs, Colds and Throat
and Lung troubles. Guaranteed by
Bowers Sc Comstoclc, druggists,. Price
00c and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
A Pleasant Surprise Party
One of those enjoyable events which
come occasionally was celebrated at
tho pleasent farm homo of J. C. "Webb
of LeMoyne, a few days since, tho
event being a surprise on Mrs. Webb
in celebration or her 80th birthday,
of which a person who was present
gives the following report:
When she saw so many of her old
friends and neighbors coming ucross
the lawn she was much surprised, but
on finding that they had come with
kind wishes and congratulations to
help her spend the afternoon she was
soon at her ease and gave each a
Age has touched her lightly, and at
eighty she has splended memory and
is intellectually ahead of many who
have not lived half her j'ears, and the
way sho moved about among her
guests with her natural quiet dignity
showed her physical powers were good
as wore her mental powers.
In fact she has promise of years in
tho future for a sister of her's,' a pio
neer school teacher, who is several
years her senior, was present greeting
some of her old time pupils and talk
ing of tho days of Auld Long Syne,
who if ono may judge by her bright
black eye, could not believe that she
had lived over a half century. Surely
they belong to a long lived race.
The timo passed swiftly and soon
all were invited out on the lawn two
tables handsomely decorated with
flowers and covers were laid for twenty
awaited the hungry guests.
It is needless to say that all did
justico to the viands prepared by lov
ing hands and then came tho sport
of finding matches.
The favor for each truest was a half
card, tied- with a beautiful ribbon
bow, on which was written a quota
tion from ah eminent Author and
which had been cut in such a shape
that it could be read without its coun
terpart, so the fun of finding who had
cards to match was a pleasant diver
sion. All had a pleasant afternoon and
departed for homo wishing their
hostess many moro happy birthdays.
" My hair came out bv the hand
ful, and the gray hairs began to
creep in. 1 tried Ayer's Hair Vigor,
and it stopped the hair from com
ing out and restored the color."
Mrs. M. D. Gray, No. Salem, Mass.
There's a pleasure in
offering such a prepara
tion as Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It gives to all who use it
such satisfaction. The
hair becomes thicker,
longer, softer, and more
glossy. And you feel so
secure in using such an
old and reliable prepara
tion. $1.00 a bottle. All drunUti.
If your dniKKlst cannot sunply you,
hi'iul us imu dollar and wu will express
Mm a. Uuttla. llo sure ;iml irlvo tlio immo
of jour nearest oxnrrsa olllco. Address.
J. U. AYUll CO., Lowell. Blass.
stops tUo cougU end heals lungs
I " My hair came out bv the hand- i
ONEIDA GRAVY LADLES, $1.25
ONEIEA BERRY SPOONS, $1.50
With ordinary family use these are
warranted to wear 25 years.
Rogers Tea Spoons, $1.40 and 1.50 per set
Rogers Table Spoons, 2.75 to" 3.00 per set
Price 4.50 per
on dock. Delivery extra.
CHAS. L. KOCH
Coffees and Teas.
C4LL UP PHONE 10
. m nun
Go to the
For your wants.
Give us a Call.
m:amioiii: kxuuiision, via uiiio
Special low rate excursion tickets
will bn sold to Atlantic City and other
Seashore Resorts on certain dales, full
partlcula-a of which can be obtained by
calling on Agents of Ohio Central
LlneB. or address MOULTON HOUK,
Gen. Puss. Agent, Toledo, O. Aug 22
kxcuusion to sor.muus' noun:.
On Wednesday, Aug. 20. tho 0., II. &
D. It. 11. will run nn excursion to Day
ton nnd the Soldiers' Home, for ?1.5u
rou ml trip. Children 0 to 10 years 75e.
Eljcht hours in Dayton or 7 hours at
Soldiers' Home. Train leaves Tontoj;
niiy, 0:." a. m.; Bowling Green, 0:44
a. m. l'erryshiirg people should leave
on 0:49 a. in. 'train and liny tickets on
train at Tontognny. '
NORTHERN MICHIGAN EXCURSION
Wednesday, Sept. 2nd, tho Ann Arbor
It. It. will sell excursion tickets to
Frankfort, Potoskoy, Crystal Lalte,
Bay View, MacUaniac Island, Charle-
vIoXj I.mllngton, Elk Rapids, Manistee
nnd Traverse Cloy, good returning on
regular tram until Saturday, Sept. 12,
Inclusive. Special train will leavo
Toledo at 8:30 a. m. Faro for round
$5.00 ROUND TRIP. $5.00.
Upper Peninsula and Northen Wis
consin. August 25th and 2Cth tho Ann Arbor
Railroad will give Its Annual Excur
sion to Monomlneo nnd Manlstiquo,
Mich.,- and Kowauneo and Manitowoc,
Wis., via Frankfort. Tickets good for
return until Sopt. 10, will bo sold from
all stations nt $5,00 for tho round trip
oxcopt that for cltlldron ovor .flvo and
under twolvo years of ago, tho faro
will bo ?2.50,
This oxcurslon will Incltulo a two
hundred mllo boat rldo on Lake Michi
gan on ono of tho largest steamers on
tho' Lakes nnd will provo In ovory way
n most onjoynblo outing. For timo
of trains, etc., call on nearest Ann
Arbor It. B. Agont or write J. J, Klrby,
Q, P. A., Tolodo, O.
S A 2J-D-
cord on dock or
FRESH EVERY DAY.
Tbe Choicest TEAS
E. L. KINGSBURY
(t? Ii you want the best, then buy (J
$ "HOME TRADE" ' J!j
These brands of Flour are of the very best
that is made Manufactured at the
REYNOLDS MILLS, MAUMEE, OHIO.
jC. - .....g - ..ig - g.g -
For Your Face !
It protmbljr needs rnnnwlnc, for It Is roueli, retf,
freckled, blotched or pimpled, until It lmt becomo
repulsive Instead of nttrnclUe. Hc'iUliy Bklu H
lihvnj-s beautiful. Tliu nun and Mind, luipuro
Boaps and cosmetic? lnjuro tho skin.
cleanses, nourishes and restores tlio skin, nmVluc
It soft, whlto und beautiful. It U nut u cosmetic
does not cover up, but reraovej blemlbhes. It
lsharmlCHsaud always does Juht what wo claim
for It. Tho only preparation tlniUwIII positively
rcmovo Freckle", lllaektieud, Tan, Sunburn "d
riiuplcs. Hundreds of teNtlmniilutt from promt,
nuut ladles. Price 50 cents a Jar nt druggists.
Q. C. B1TTNGR CO., TOLEDO, OHIO.
CLEVELAND & BUFFALO
ii winic vnn si pfp
UNPARALLELED NIGHT SERVICE. NEW STEAMERS
"CITY OF BUFFALO"
"CITY OF EIE"
Doth together being-, without doubt, In nil respects
the fiuei-t nnd fastest lha,tnre run In the interest
of the traveling public in the United States.
AII.Y INCLUDING SUNDAY
Cleveland 8 P.M. Buffalo 6:30 A.M.
Buffalo 8 " Cleveland 6:30 "
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME
ORCHESTRA ACCOMPANIED EACH STEAMER
Connections made at Buffalo with trains for all
Eastern nnd Canadian points, at Cleveland
for Toledo, Detroit and all points
Wcbt aud Southwest.
fiPnCIAI. LOW RATRS CI.TtVBI.AND TO
IIUI'I'AI.O AND NIAGARA l'AIXS HV1JUY
SATURDAY NIGHT, ALSO IJUI'1'AI.O TO
Ask Ticket Agents for tickets via C. & B. Line.
Send four cents for UVuitrattd pamphlet.
W. F. IIERMAK, General Passenger Agent
for children! afc, turct Ko oplatta
75c. per to:
and Best COFFEES.
nniT rprnvr u
H S J-V JL SJLm4
';'U - g. - ; - 'g'..q; - ..gr - fe:
. Wlcrs Oil Is positively the onlv perfect euro for
Hoot Hound. Wire Cuts, Corns, Tlinuli, Spavins,
Sores, etc. It lllfcrowuevv hoofs. It's ns cood
forjou, us for tlio horse. Farmiporloras a fam
ily remedy to any liniment ever ode red for sale.
$1 quartern, $3 bhUou, seat by express prepaid,
with full directions. -
WIer Hoof Oil Go., 22 Kendall 5 tCfilcago.
An Excellent Remedy for Foot .Rot
J.OOK AT THE MAPI
It will guide you In your travels between the
Oreat Lakes and The South and Southeast.
The OHIO CENTRAL LINES Is the connecting
OLD POINT COMfOdl.
THE PARLOR CAR ROUTE
gggi Cokimbus and Toledo.
the direct line between
Toledo, St. Marys, Columbus,
Marietta, Athens, Middleport,
GALLIPOLIS, CHARLESTON, WEST Va.
RATES VIA OHIO CENTRAL LINES
ALWAYS AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
Write ut (or Time Cuds, Folders, Rates, Eto.
MOULTON HOUK, Q, P. A.rTOLEPO, Q,
r . ir Tj J. .
A R RCent.rburs A
C . V WAtHINOTOf.