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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL
VOL, LI.-ED, L. BLUE, Publisher.
PERRYSBURG, WOOD 00., 0., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1903.
$1.00 IN ADVANOE.-NO. 28
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All trains dally except Noi
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street can from C. U. & . l)oot at
AtOlnclnnatl tno Bnymlllcr Electric Street
Oar LI .oleftvcsthodlxthstrcotontranco ol tho
Depot 'ruiinlnK up Blxtli Rtrce to oil parts of
thoclty. Tho Host Knd Klectrlcstartslrom tho
to all partsol thoclty, Includinc jo extreme
East End, passing tho 1'cnun. station .The
Third and fourth strcctllorso Car Mno leaves
tho Fifth strectontrance paeelUR the ocntrai
The Toledo & Maumee Vallov Kv. Oo
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Dally Kxeept Sunday.
1 To Pcrnsburgonlj.
Freight Car leaves Maumee dally except
Sunday lor Toledo at 7:13 a. m. anil 1:17 p. in.
Lv. l'errsburg at 7:31 a. m. ami 1;3S p. m.
Lv. Toledo at 6:5G a. m. Mid 3:30 p. in.
The Toledo, Bowling Green & Fremont
Cars lcavo Porrysburc for Bow. Green
Tie Citizens Mm Co.
CAPITAL STOCK, 50,000.
JACOB DAVIS, Pres.
J AS. O. TROUP, Vico Prea.
Nohman L. HANSON. Cash, and
John Phrrin, David MAin.
Jacob Davis, Norman L.Hanson
W. C. Phrrin, D. K. Hollknukcic
C. P. CUAPMAN P. A. WETMOUE,
J. G. Hoffman.
Receives deposits, loans money, sells foreign
nnd douicstle exchange, buys and sells droits,
hondscoiti, notes, rnortgagesaud pays Interest
ou time, deposits.
Dr. A. H. BAB000K
Successor to Dr. E. D. Winflold,
PERRYSBURG, - OHIO
Frederick C. Averill,
HIS Spilzor Huildliiffi
I TOLEDO, O.
F. Eugene Rheinfrank
531-1532 Tho SpllZor,
Phono Main 7509. TOLEDO. O.
PEKRYSBURO AKD. BOWLING QREEM. ?
Office-Hoffmann Building.'. Zi
Ofilco Phono 582. Residence, 77
d: k. hollenbeok,
OENERAL. COLLECTOR AND REAL ES
Titles Investlinitril nnd abstracts furnlihtd or.
triplication. Kotmy In OtUco.
- - NOTARY PUBLI0.
Munumcturor of "Auditor," "Jaok
Pot." utid other brands of flno cigari.
WATCHMAKER and JEWELER
Watoliesi Olooks, Jewelry, Spectacles &o,
Halt block from Summit St.
S13 MONROE STi, TOLEDO. O.
Special caro will bo tttkm with tlio rcpolr of
Uinaa o( wiueucs, uiocKs aim jcwcirj.
Council mot In regular session on
Thursday, cpt. 9. Present the mayor,
clerk iuul Councilnicn Davis, Ilnlni,
Hallonbock, Meeker, Mnln nnd Mulr.
New rooC was ordorcd on part of
jail bulldln" and repairs for balance.
Request of H. Kazmaior to purchase
part of onglno houso building was re
ferred to Building Committee.
Repairs wero ordered for catch
basins where necessary.
Request of Mr. Rossbach for modifi
cation of sidewalk grade lines was re
ferred to sidewalk committee for ad
justment. Bill of D. Kllngler for trip to Bow
ling Green, was tabled.
Sidewalk committee was Instructed
to lay stone walk at curb stono con
necting stone walk at Lutheran
Claim ordinance was then passed.
Thcro is more catarrh In this sec
tion of tho country than all other dis
eases put together, and until tho last
few years was supposed to be incur
able. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease, and pre
scribed local remedies, and by con
stant failing to euro with local treat
ment, pronounced It incurable. Sci
ence has proven catarrh to be a con
stitutional disease, and therefore, re
quires constitutional treatment. Hall;
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by P. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is tho
only constitutional cure on tho mar
ket. It is taken internally in dose3
from 10 drops to a tcaspoonful. It
acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of tho system. They offer one
hundred dollars for any case it falls
to cure. Send for circulars and tes
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills aro the best.
HUY, TI1KICU. r.I.MK CITY CID1IUMILL
Commencing on the last Thursday of
August and continuing every Tuesday
and Thursday until further notice, the
Lime City cider mill will be in oper
ation for custom trade.
23h T. II. Tixxky, Prop.
Gold Pilled Frames, guaranteed 10
years, fitted with our finest ground
Gold Plated Glasses fitted to your
Artificial eyes Inserted without pain.
Consultation and c dilution free.
All work of tho highest class and
Excluslvo Expert Opticians,
507 Adams St., Toledo. Ohio.
Ground Floor. 'Phone 550.
Stationery kkl kffm
PENCILS AND TABLETS
Meals at all hours.
Confectionery and Cigars.
Doift Trust to Luck.
Insurance! is tho Only Safeguard
against loss In caso of lire. Our plan
protects you at small cost. It is Insur
anco that is sure, an Investment that
pays big dividends when most needed.
Tho best plan 1b not to bo without it.
Call on tho
C. A. POWERS
Agonoy for Fire and Tornado Insurance
Lien Doc. 4, CaeoNo. 1C50.
Herman M, Hanson, i. Alfred Hitchcock.
Ill Wood Couuly, Ohlg, Court of Common I'leas.
lly vlrtuo of n Vcndl H:cponai, issued In the
above entitled cause, by tlioOlvrKof tlio Com
mon l'lcns Court n Wood Couuly, Ohio, and to
mo directed and delivered, I wllf oiler (or calo
nt publlo vendue, at tlio front door of tlio Court
liomo, In Howling Qrcen, Ohio, on
TUE8DA', SKl'TEMUEIl 2'Jlli, 1303,
llctuecu 10 and 11 o'clock A. 11.. of said day, tlio
following dcicribed lauds and tenements,
Lot number twenty six (20) of tlio original
nidi ol Lima City,
Wood County, Ohio.
Terms of Bale Cu&li.
Appraised 'ut 8300.00,
W. 8. ItEECE. Sheriff.
Ily A. O. KOACH, Deputy,
F. E. llOWEHB,
i'latutlirs Attorney, 80o j
A'County Ticket Nominated
and Central Committee ,
In tho selection of candidates at tho
Prohibition county convention last
Friday, there wero contests except for
tho ofilco of coroner.
"W. Mr. Squire of Liberty township,
was chosen chairman and J. N. Emer
son of Bloomdale, secretary.
Tho ticket chosen is as follows:
Representative, J. N. Emmerson, of
Dloomdalo; treasurer, W. M. Squire,
of Liberty; recorder, W. E. Rowo, Brad
ner; Commissioner, L. K. Soule, of
Jerry City; infirmary director, E. B.
Swan of Prairlo Depot; coroner, Dr.
S. M. Cook, of Weston.
Tho name of Dr. Burrell, of North
Baltimore was placed In nomination
In opposition to that of Dr. Cook, but
the latter was the victor by a vote of
1C to C.
Tho Senatorial convention was held
after tho adjournment of tho county
convention and Milton Warner, of
McComb, was unanimously nominated.
The same organization which pre
sided over the senatorial served for
the judical convention which followed.
Two names wero placed before the
convention, both residents of Wood
county, Philander Hatfield of Perry
and David George of Bloom hejng
named. A ballot was taken and
George received ten votes and Hatfield
A county centml committee was
selected at the morning session and
is made up -as follows:
Perrysburg Rev. Otto Spring.
Grand Rapids Joe P. Gallagher.
Weston Dr. S. M. Cook.
MIddleton Samuel Carter.
Portage G. W. Landis.
Perry-H. .O. Richardson.
Montgomery E. B. Swan.
Freedom Silas Canfield. (
Liberty, West J. A. Bigelow, Geo.
Center I. B. Austin.
Bloom J. N. Emmerson,'
Plain Robert Mercer.
Henry Rev. E. M. Counsellor.
Washington Chas. McColley.
Jackson Samuel Herrlngshaw.
Webster Asahel Philo.
Ross Charles Ferdie.
Walt M. Squire was selected for
chairman of the committee and J. N.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
If It falls to cure. E. W. Groves' sig
nature is on each box. 25c.
DICE SCORES JOHNSON-.
General Charles Dick An
swers the Attack on Him
by Mayor Johnson.
Hon. Tom. L. Johnson:
Sir If you aro correctly reported In
the Cleveland Plain Dealer of Thurs
day morning, Sept. 10, this is what
you said at tho opening meeting of
your campaign at Akron tho night
"Last year when I visited Akron, I
vnriod my usual rule. My rule is not
to say mean things about any ono.
That is, any ono except renegado
Democrats, and I say mean things
about them most of tho timo. But I
havo made it a rulo to say nothing de
rogatory of tho private character of
any man. Of Senator Raima's prl
vato life I havo never had a word of
criticism. It is Senator Raima's pub
lic record that I havo condemned. But
as I have remarked, when I was hero
last fall I broke over my rulo and
said somo things about Gonoral Dick,
your fellow townsman. I Bald ho didn't
pay his dobts. A few weoks later I
heard that ho had paid his dobts. Now
I am not wishing to stand before you
as a collection agency in any sense.
And I really do not uulm to havo
been responsible for Dick's having
"Dick is tlio manager of tho Republi
can campaign for thoso Republican
leaders who aro seeking to manipulate
tho party to their own personal ad
vantage. Ho managed tho campaign
last year, ahd Ills management was
subjoct to criticism. Last year ho had
a literary bureau which raked up a
lot of old things which L had forgotton
ontlicly and which I was glad to have
callod to mind again. Somo of tho
things ho published wore very pleas
ant. Among- other things ho said 1
had not paid my taxes. For somo rea
son wo haven't heard anything along
that lino this year yet. Dick callod it
argument, hut others called It mud. I
understand that during that campaign
he became so dirty that ho had to tako
two Turkish baths every day."
With reference to your remarks per
sonal to myself, let mo say you aro
mistaken. I am still In debt, heavily
in dobt, ns my obligations, direct and
Indirect, will testify, but I am making
an earnest effort to meet my obliga
tions honestly. It is in this particular
that we seem to differ. I owe debts;
you owe taxes. I am endeavoring to
pay my debts, which is a distinctly
personal matter; you are endeavoring
to avoid paying taxes, which is a mat
ter of general public concern. Mine
is a debt to individuals honestly made;
yours is a debt to the public, but dis
honestly made. Jf I should fall to
pay a few would suffer loss; If you aro
not compelled to pay, every tax payer
In Ohio suffers, whether man, woman
or child, hanker, farmer, corporation
or owner of a home; the widow and
orphan along with all tho rest who pay
directly or Indirectly a share of tho
revenue to meet the cost of govern
ment. You aro not robbing the state,
county or municipality in which you
live by the dishonest listing of person
al property, since the government
must secure its revenu.es from one
source or another, but you do rob tho
honest taxpayer by increasing his bur
den, to make up the deficiency in
curred, when you dishonestly list your
property for taxation. Since you make
honest taxation your theme in your
campaign to be elected governor, im
pugning the motives and honesty of
others, let mo ask you a fair question.
You listed, under oath, for tho cur
rent tax year, ?13,760; that is less than
you listed for taxation last year, when
you returned $13,080; it is less than
you listed in 1901, when you returned
$13,900 of personal property. No real
estate stands on tax duplicates of
Cuyahoga county in your name. You
are not prominently interested, if at
all, in any Ohio industries, yet you are
reported to be enormously rich. Your
wealth has been estimated by those
who ought to know at from six to fif
teen millions of dollars. Do you be
lieve that a return of property aggre
gating less than fourteen thousand
dollars in value is a fair return for a
multi-millionaire to make?
Your personal attack on mo in Ak
ron a year ago, of which you now
boast, was answered in that election,
by tho people of Summit county giv
ing mo the largest majority received
by any. candidate on the Republican
This present controversy Is not of
my making. You have invited it, and
before this campaign closes you shall
have your fill of it.
Columbus, O., Sept. 11, 1903.
WOOD COUNTY FAIR.
If present indications aro any
criterion to judge of future events,
tho fair of next week will bo a record
From Tuesday when it commences
to tho Saturday when it closes, tho
visitor will be interested in the ex
hibits in all tho departments which
cover agricultural products, horticul
ture, showing fruit in its natural
state, also canned, pickled and pre
served. Entries cin bo made at the secre
tary's oilico until Wednesday noon.
Mnnngers and superintendents will
bo on tlio grounds aim see to tho ar
ranging of tlio exhibits so that every
article will bo placed so that it can bo
seen to tho very best advantage.
Premiums aro liberal and tho dif
ferent breeds of horses, cattle, sheep,
swino and poultry aro well taken caro
of. Art hall aud Merchant's display
building aro under tho general charge
of J. O. Troup, Director in charge,
with Jos. J. Stain, Manager of Ait
hall exhibits, with lady Superin
A grand cavalcado of all horses and
cattle entered for premiums will
imiko one turn of the track lead by
tho band, Wednesday at 1 p. in.
Races commence nt 1:80 p. m. Draft
horses shown in tlio ring nt.2 p. m.
Thursday tho Great Western band
of Cleveland consisting of 25 piecos
will discourse lino music aud also on
Friday. A concert will bo given each
ovening down town to ontertain thoso
On tho race track 12 races in har
ness aro scheduled for a wW purse
for each race and two running races
under saddle aro ajso on tho programme,
mil hi; niisntii
Shown by Women to Possess
Garments of Murdered
A story conies from Bowling Greon
to tho effect that Coroner St. John, is
besieged by letter, by messenger nnd
by porsonnl visits of Indies from thoso
of the poorest to tho most nristocratic
families, all beseeching liim to give
them bne of the most peculiar suits
of baby clothes on record.
Somo months ago B. G. community
was startled by the discovery of a
baby's body in new made grave in a
field near this city. Official investi
gation proved beyond a doubt that
the child had been buried alive. It
was wrapped in rare and carefully
made clothing and placed in a wicker
basket before buiial. All offorts to
find its parents or those responsible
for its death wero unavailing and tho
clothing alone remains of tlio mvs-
tery. The clothes were peacefully
reposing in the coroner a olhce until n
few days ago, when it became known
that ho had them and had no use ior
them. Several women asked for them
and when it became known that ap
plicants for the possession of the
clothes had visited the coroner, letters
began to airive and ladies camo to see
the garments. Some women, too poor
to buy clothing for their latest born,
wished the soft garments in which to
cloth their offspring, and other
women who could well afford the
finest clothing for their children do
sired the clothes in which tho mur
dered babe was buried, believing that
good hick would accompany tho child
who was dressed in the clothes. The
coroner has found that it will bo im
possible for him to give the clothes
away unless by permission of tho pro
bate court, and lias so told all coiners,
but they anxiously wait and expect
him to donate the garments to somo
What is Life?
In the last analysis nobody knows,
but wo do know that it is under strict
law. Abuse that law even slightly,
pain results. Irregular living means
derangement of tho organs, resulting
in Constipation, Headache or Liver
trouble. Dr. King's New Life Pills
quickly re-adjusts this. It's gentle, yet
thorough. Only 25c at Bowers & Com
stock's drug store.
The Maumeo Valley Pioneers hold
their annual meeting In Maumeo last
Thursday. The programme, which
was very enteresting was enjoyed by
a largo attendance of both old and
Tho address of welcome bv Rev.
Father Mlchaolls was ono of especial
Interest. Hon. L. M. Murphy's address
was a gem of oratory and historical
Tho following officers wero re-elected
for tho ensuing year:
President, Geo. McKnight, Perrys
burg; Vico Presidents J. L. Pray, To
ledo; Justin Tyler Napoleon, Geo. W.
Kelsoy, Toledo, Judge Snook, Pauld
ing, and D. K. Hollenbeck, Perrys
burg; Secretary, J. M. Wolcott, Mau
meo; Treasurer, Wm. Corlett, Toledo.
Executive Committee Frank Bald
win, of Bowling Green, Wm. Corlett,
Toledo, Chas. W. Evers, Bowling
Green, O. W. Ballou, Toledo, nnd D. K.
Cpmmltteo on Historical Plans
Frank W. Gunn, Bowling Greon, J.
Kent Hamilton, Toledo, Chas. F.
Slocum, Doflanco, David C. Van Vor
hees, Bowling Greon, and Chas. Shoe
One of tho most Interesting features
of tho day was the excellent music
furnished by tho Toledo Rail-LIght
Co, 'a band.
Owes His Life to a Neighbor's Kind
Mr. D, P. Daiighorty, well known
throughout Mercer and Sum'nor coun
ties, W. Va., most likely owes his llro
to tho kindness of a neighbor. He
was almost holplessly afflicted with
Diarrhoea; was attended by two phy
sicians who gavo him llttlo, if any,
relief, wlion a neighbor learning of his
serious condition, brought him a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, which curod
him in loss than twenty-four hours.
For Balo by Bowors & Comstock.
The "Current Events" given by
Wright Pargellis wero an interesting
featuro of Tuesday morning, in our
Tho foreign news centered around
Bulgarian affairs and tho Panama can
al; homo news about Gov. Nnsh and
tho attitude of U. S. government in
Barnio Hillabrand reported for
work in tho High School Tuesday.
Tho holiday given tho schools on
Monday was splendid training in
patriotism. Many of tho school
pupils havo their names among tho
thousauds that helped raise money
for the monument aud had a great
interest in the unvailing. Tho school
officials do no forget that n part of
school education should be in patriotic-love
for our statesmen and of
ficials. The great importance of first-year
work in Latin and in German is be
coming impressed upon the minds
of High School students and somo
who successfully passed in tho first
year's work aro taking it over in con
nection with second-year's work.
The foot-ball team for tho fall of
1903 has been organized. Tho Seniors
of '02 and some of tho juniors of last
year will be greatly missed, but tho
new rules makes much more of speed
in playing than tho rules of last year
and even much of tho roughness in
mass playing, etc, is done away.
The High School pupils were glad
to see Walter Allman back again in
Fred Cranker of eight grade is
tho wheel factory until Christmas.
Truant officers Baird has been
looking up somo of the pupils who
havo not entered school as yet. Ho
called upon more than a dozen fam
The dilapidated fence around tho
school grounds is being removed. It
is an improvement long wished for.
You may look in the Journal for
tho names of tho boys and the girls
who will not help take care of school
property. Evidently there aro some'
pupils who think they can dofaco
property by marks and scratching
when they aro not seen by anyono.
Pupils scorn cowards. There aro a
few cowards among, our pupils.
Democratic Central Committee
The following aro members of the
Wood county Democratic Central
Grand Rapids, Frank Stump,
Dunbridgo, J. C. Roller, Dowling.
Haskins, C. J. Dauor, Haskins.
Milton North, Fred Wismer, Mil
Milton South, Geo. Bickmoyer,
Bradnor, J. H. Stephens, Bradner,
Freoport, F. H. Fiko, Pruirio Depot,
Perrysburg, East, Joseph Haas,
Perrysburg West, A. E. Loydorf,
Perrysburg North, Wm Brossia,
Station A. Toledo.
Ross East, Fred Brenot, Station
Ross West, Walter King, Rossford.
Troy, E. F.'Mitzger, Stony Ridge.
Washington, Jucob DauBtor, Ton
togany, Webster, D. J. Philo, Luckoy.
Weston, Beuj. Endlokofer, Weston
Died by Brother's Bier.
Whllo attending tho funeral of his
brohter Chester, Dalo Twining, of
Haskins, himself died. Tho boys woro
devoted as brothers and singularly
both becamo HI with tho same disease.
Dalo was believed to havo rocovored.
Ho attended tho obsequies with his
parents, but during tho services be
came ill and died in tho church by tho
bier of his brothor, who had gono bo
fore. Fon Salk. Houso and lot on
Second street. Enqulro of Miss. J. B,
Scan-, Mnumuo, O. 24tf