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rUHMSlIF.1) EVEKY SATUltDAY. ED. L. DLUE, EniTon. Entered nttlioPcrrynbiugIntnico 8 second Ibis ntter. SATURDAY. - - - MAItCH 5. 1802 Editor Richards of tho Bloomdnlo Dorrlck fuvora huildlng a now court housQ, nntl tho SonMnol says ho must be "a man of iron norvo." Wondor '.t lack ol "nervo" Is tho ronson Browor is not willing to openly acknowledge ho wants a now court houso f Bro. Browor says : "Wo nro every dixy moro and more a boltcver that tho road question is ono ontlroly with the farmers." Bro. Browor in beginning to got sensible In his old days. That's just what tho JOUKNAI. stated two weeks ngo; that tho question should bo I decided by thoso who are most directly intorosted tho farmers. Wo nro glad to boo Browor follow our suit. Tho bill to grant women tho right to vote on school quostions was dofcated in tho Ohio legislature last wcok. "Wo lmvo novor advocated tho granting of tho right of suffrage to women, but wo signed a potltton favoring the pas sago of this bill and woro in hopes it would becomo a law, boliovlng it to bo a'good way to dotermlno whether ov not tho right of suffrngo should bo granted to womon on all matters of politics, and much rogret that Wood county's Representative opposed tho moasurc. Tho Nowcomor proposition to furnish water works for tho town of Bowling Groon was voted down at tho special election held for that purpose. Wo do not boliovo this to bo an indication that tho peoplo of tho hub do not dosiro water works, or that they will let tho mattor drop at this stngo of tho gamo, but on tho contrary it shows that they want wateu instead of wind and will contract only with thoso who are ready to furnish tho desired stuff, instead of giving a valuablo frnnchiso to 8omof ono to speculate on. Tho peoplo of tho Green lmvo had their eye teqth cut for some time. SCHOOL NOTKS. There is n considerable amount of pleabant rivalry among tho teachers of our schools, as well us among tho pupils of tho different rooms, to secure the best percentage of attondnnco each week. It is soldom that any school falls below 07 or 08 por cent., and that beats this whole section of country by quite a margin. It often happens that schools have 100 per cent. Miss Wetzel's school had 100 last week, and she guvo tho pupils beautiful badges of ribbon upon which was printed tho word "attendance." It mado them quito proud, and thoy nro to bo com mended, with their excellent teacher, for their good attendance. Wo are ready to notice each school that gets 100, and hope wo may have to "notice'" all. Itepulillcun Township CauciiH, Tho Republicans of Perrysburg town ship will meet in caucus at the town hall, Saturday, March 12, 1892, at 2 p. m. for tho purpose of nominating candidates for tho following ofllees: ono Trustee, ono Clerk, two Assessors, ono Assessor for tho North Precinct and ono Asesior for tho South Pre cinct. CORPOHATION CAUCUS. At town hall at 7:30 p. m. of same date, for tho nomination of candidates for tho following offices: one Mayor, ono Clerk, three Couucilmcn, one Cemetery Trusteo, ono Marshal, ono Treasurer. By order of COMMI TTEK. Democratic Cmiciiica. The Domocrats of Perrysburg wll meet at tho town hall, Saturday, March 5, at 2 p. m., to nominate ono 'Trustee, one Clerk, ono Assessor for North Pre cinct, and ono Assessor for South Pre cinct. CORPORATION CAUCUS. At town Hall, March 5, at 7:i!0 p. m., to nominate one Mayor, one Clerk, throe Councilman, ono Cometery Trus tee, ono Marshal, ono Treasuror. By order of COMMITTEE. Troy Toirnnlilp Caucus. Tho Republicans of Troy township will meet in caucus at tho town hall, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1892, at 2 p. m. for tho purpose of nominating township olllcers. Also to select two Republicans to lako churgo of tho electionvfor Muss or Delegate System of Conventions. By order of Committee, A. W. Rown, Committeeman. Stony Ridge, March 1, 1S92. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Plenso announce tho name of Hnmil tou Cook us a candldato lor Marshal, subject to Republican Corporation Caucus. Many Fkiknds. Tho nnran of Adam Hazel Is an nounced ub a candldato for tho ollico of Township Trustee, subject to tho de elilou of tho Democratic Caucus of Psrrysburg township. Please announce tho name of George "W. Miller, as a candldato for tho ollico of Trustee, to bo decided nt tho coming Democratic Township Caucus. Democratic Friends. Plenso announce the uutno of John Suh wind, tutu candidate for tho ollico of Township Trusteo, subjoct to tho Ueclblon of tho' Democratic township caucus. Many Democrats. Highest of till in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSQULETEDf PURE Soino Politics. Tho political pot is boiling and things nro beginning to look as though some, body expected to bo clouted. For tho ollico of Trusteo thoro nro moro candi dates than thoro nro dollars In tho salary, and for Assessor in tho south preclnct,lt is believed that cx-Asscssor, so-called Sonator and trlcd-to-bo Cor oner Daniel, wili;whoop up tho forces on tho Doniocrntio sido of tho house, while it is hinted that Henry Roothor will como up for Assessor in tho North precinct. For Clork tho Democrats will nom innto Philip Wetzel and Phil, wll make a great hustlo for tho olllce. Just who will como in for tho honor of wearing tho Constable's stnr wo don't know. Potor Buckhouso is now en gaged in pounding lightning at tho dopot and has not sufficient time at his dispos il and it is supposed ho will no1 miiko tho rnco this Spring and numcr o is frionds have been anxious to have Georgo W. HolTm mn como up as a can dldato for this important oillco. If Georgo gets elected and is over sent out after a man he'll bring him in if ho has to bring him in pieces. For Cemetery Trusteo tho names of Dr. Rheinfrank and Dr. Albort have been suggested, but wo do not ciro to mako any comment, because it is possi. bio wo may sometime need tho services of these gcnllemon and thoy would then have an opportunity to got oven. Wo novor like to monkey with a doctor. For Mayor, tho only name that has thus fur beon spokon of is that of tho present Incumbent, Mayor Roach. Ho has indeed been an excellent Mayor and he who can beat him will bo a dandy. For Corporation Clerk it is hinted that Charles Tyler, tho youngest son of tho late Hon. J. It. Tyler, will prob ably bo a candidate. The office of Marshal is being cure fully looked after, and to judgo by the number of candidates ono would sup. pose thero were "millions in it." A few of tho names suggested nro .Tame Hayes, William Stickles, Frank Thornton, L. L. Fink. Hamp Cook, Samuel Jolly, Chris, nolhnann and Franz Overlook. From tho above number of gentlemen it is hoped tho people will bo able to make a selection, but wo wish it distinctly understood that if Chris. Hoffmann is nominated we'll walk all tho way oyer to Maunice to buy our soda water before wo'll trade with him, as he'll feel so stuck up over it ho won't know any'of his old frionds. Sinco thoro is prospect for consider able activity in marine business next season, with two magnificent, palatial, fast running, rapid-transit, some-times stuck-ln-the-mud, sidewheel steamers and a fleet of other pleasure bo.its here1 tho advisability of appointing a harbor mnstor has beon suggeoted and such officer will probably be appointed by tho next council. It has been suggested that J. H. Piorco bo appointed owing to the fact that ho has had considerable experience in navigation, having served as Commissioner for several years, and having constructed a net work ol canals through tho county, mincing water run up mil ana in any direction ho desired, tosrothar with the fact that his early days were spent in piloting nn old fashioned "prairio sohooner" when he first camo to this county. His "mush rat" experience in Michigan in his younger days together with his experience in water works engineering all have a tendoncy to lit him for tho duties of Harbor master. Moro attention should be paid to the Sealer of Weights aud Measures, especially during tho flsh beason. When tho first run of ilsh are brought into markot, and tho country editor has been living on hog and hominy all Winter and ventures to blow him belf on a llttlo flsh,tho dealer resurrects a pair of old r.usty spring scales that have been strained all Winter to lmvo tho spring nlcoly limbored up for busi ness, hooks it into about (ivo ounces of llsh aud three pounds of head, iius and tall, gives it a yank and down goes tho indicator to tho live pound mark, and ho is informed that flsh are nine cents a pound, but tho next man who comes along gets them for eight. This is because tho editor don't lmvo to work for his monoy. Wo don't-care so much about the price, but we do kick on tho scales and if we can got tho nomination for Sealer of Weights and Measures on ' Good I.cioUs. Good looks aro moro than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of nil tho vital organs'.. If the Liver be inactive, you have a Bilious Look, if your stomach bo disordered you hnvo n Dyspeptic Look and if your Kidneys be Directed you have u Pinclicd Look, (Secure good health and you will havo good looks. Electric Bittern is tho great nltei alive and Tonic net directly on there vital oigana. Cures Pimples, Ututclies, Dolls and gives u good complexion. Hold at A, it. Ohuui puey'u Drug iiloro, 00c. per bottle.- tho Farmors Allianco tickot, wo'll fix theso fish denlors or bust in tho attempt. Candidatos for councllmen nro not looming up very rapidly. Tho cow business has been pretty well settled, tho sltiowulks are nearly all ropalrcd, firo hose boon purchased, and thero is nothing to fight about except tho stroot lamps and as nobody can sco tho lights only in tho aft'ornoon, thoro is senrcoly any uso quarreling about thorn and bo nobody euros to bo on tho coun cil this year, but it is hoped that somo body will bo induced to snerifleo their happiness sufficiently to accopt tho nomination, as it is possible anothor B. B. Mooro may loom up again and mako it quite interesting to bo a councilman. N. B. It is roporte'd that W. H. Hollenbeek Is a candidate for tho position of chairman of tho Smolllng Committee of tho Board of Health. We mnko this announcement froo of charge. HOOD JtUSINKSS 11KCOKD. Tho Citizens Hunk of l'orryBhurB nntl Its Importance to tho People. Among tho many business and other institutions which our town has rea son to regard with commendnblo pride, nono are more important to tho wolfaro of tho business of tho place, thnn is our Citizens Bank. Although tho efficient Cashier, Mr. N. L. Hanson, makes but little noiso, wo havo hnd reason to observe that this institution is rapidly becoming recog nized and given credit for its truo worth. In ordor that wo might learn some of tho insido facts connected with the business we took occas'm to call upon Mr. Hanson and mako sorao Inquiries regarding tho institution, tho length or timo ho had been doing business, and if ho had sustained many losses, or boon victimized by sharpers, etc., and wo will give our readers a portion of what wo learned. Mr. Hanson has been in the banking business hero for twenty years, aud during this timo has personally, never bought, nor loaned monoy on, a bad note, or ono that has been the occasion of any loss whatever, and in tho same timo he has Issuod, bought and sold, exchanges, drafts, otc, to the amount of from eight to ton million dollars, on allot which tho bank has nover lost a cant. This, wo consider, shows Mr. Hanson to bo a woudorfully careful business man. With visions of old and long duo sub scription accounts and notes which aro not worth the papor thoy aro written on, wo veutured to inquire if many old notes and securities which were worthless did not nccumulnte. 'No,"'baid Mr.H. "we have not in our assets, nn old nolo or securities of any kind waiting to bo charged off to profit and loss." Ho also staled that tho bank had had tholr share of oxporlonco with canliflenco men and forgors, sovoral attompts by this fraternity, having been made to obtain money from tho bank unlawfully, among them, tho now famous Haskell, but in no caso has tho bank suffered tho loss of a dollar , by this class of peoplo. in ono c.iso a draft Issuod by tho Citizens bank for $7.15 was raised to $70.15, and tho bank in Canada which cashed it for the crook, lost tho whole amount by neglecting tho ordinary r jles of bjsincbs which havo governed this bank. Tho Citizens bank lost nothing. Of courso such a record necessarily implies extreme caro and rigid scrutiny as well as a fair judgmout of human naturo, and while some think these methods too rigid, tho depositors, who find in them their grcatestsecurity, see no reason for complaint, neither havo any seeking accommodation within tho bank's rules, who enjoyed tho confidence of their neighbors and frionds, had occasion for it. Tnis record is ono to bo proud of, and wo beliovo Cishlor Haiibon can safely challenge any similar record covoring so many years, in tho samo busiuoss, and tho Journal takos groat nrido In calling attention to a Porrys burg institution that can show so ex cellent a record. for Sale Clover and Timothy boed,Ltiwn grass and ltod top. Wm, Sohlect. ""' i u; I'roiiomiccd Honolulu., vl .Suvtid From a letter writtun by Mrs. Ada A. JIurd, of Groton, S. D., we quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my Lungs, cough set in and finally terminated in Consumption. Four doctors gavu me up, saying I could live but a short time. I gave mynolf up to tny Savior, determined if I could not stay with my frionds on on th, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was nd vised to (jet Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- sumption, Coughs and Coldn. I gnvo it .. I..I..I l..P. I.. ..II ..I.. I... ..,., ,. . ' wmi, mini in mi. rij;'! uihiiih; h nag cuieil me. and thank God I am now a well and hearty woman." Tiial bottles Fieo at A. 1. Chatnpnev'H Drugstorr, rrgului elze, GOo. uud $1,00. uauijaaiaBt.t.iaiiiu'iiiHt'.UiMfflM FORREPAIIING OLD FURNITURE, LAWN SEATS, ' .' . ' FLOWER PQTa PUMPS GARDEN TOOLS, TUBS, LAWN VASES And the hundreds oi;other articles about every home that can be both preserved and beautified, use CC- NEW GOODS GLASS AND Buy a set of' those elegant decorated EEDBK&SS38S2SroSSrcHSITC!S FJUST CLASS (HlOCEitlES, Everything Fresh and Good, The best Coffees in the Market FLOUR OF ALL GRADES ZEHIEIEID, -A-ZLNTID ZB-A-IDIEID ZE3I.A3r JLjNTID SG7:R,.A"W C. A. HOFFMANN MiaBtMaaMataaaaaaiuxuj The DRUGS, PERFUMES, BE PCItUYSCDIIG riCICES 1MII X1 FA K JT1 E US. Wheat Ttcd 02e Wlicnt Whlto -Olc New Com (Knr)iicrlOO llis .'iJc Com. slicllud :!c Iiiulev Me Whlti-Onia ::oc Rye NIC Dresbcd Deef 4&.')C L.ml uer 100 It he Hulls tUto-JVic Steers Ul'j to ,0Jc Cous 02 to K',o UihcMdreswd) 6 to Vfi Calves (live) iy. to ;c C'nttlc 2 toS'i fork, i.er bin S1200 1'ork (live) 1 t"4K 1'ork (dressed) ntoG Geese 10c Chickens, per lb. (UveMspiiiiB) "o'h! Chickens " "(dressed) Ulo Chickens (old) ' Tnrkejs (dressed) per lb 12c Turkejs(lle) ' " 10e Ducks (drciMid) 10c ' (live) 7c Potatoes -' to :ise Apples, per bu ".V Butter '. ll-c KlKI I1 Flour, per bbl So to 5 21 Beans 2 15QS2 20 T(ll,i;UO lUAICIill'JTS. Following nre local quotations at the Produce Exchange to-day: Wheat No. 2 soft red opened at GOc and closed nt 951c. No. 3 do 9-io. Rye Cash No. 2 87c; No. 3 81Jc. Corn-Cash No. 3 41ci No. 4,89c. Oats Ciinh No. 2 nominally, U2c. Clover Soeil Prime, cash and March $0 25 to $0 30: April $0 iOj No. 2 SO 00 toeoio. RAG CARPETS WHO WAUTS THEM ? ROCx. Irmon, MATJMEE. - OHIO. An exporionced wonvor, has oponcd a rag carpot factory In tho rear of Puhl's Photograph gallory and Is pro pared to mako carpets, rugs, tnulllors and lly nets, - ' ,45 , r.'-s HrnniM.TrraUM.4mUmaiUfaH IjO"W":ej be,os' cSIOTJSE3I3:OIJTD p. Call and see them. AJsasBBfafpg I hreMtWjijiwAAI.ictit'-Jill Ba.-Muuiri''iauuiLSjLaURissis -A.. IR,. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY iwvr mi NEW ARRIVAL DRESS GOODS CABPETS AND NEW LINE OF GENTS' SHIRTS AND HATS mm& s W rw p W ( VH Juts MifllJUi liUulluIUIlju JTOT EECS17ED. LKAjntfNTEPJ Com and I1,' , ' r .IlsTTS' 117 Mjr: Constantly JLFSOTisag (?&H Ksa-n &A?i - . Kriffif -Lrfl L'igf'-VfH?l .tUtsUflUa tAi QUEENSWARE porcelain dishes n5"Hi & KS-fii so HiHHE 3JEJL2LJPlSrwErsr wjjAirjiu,tw-itJiJSlJ.',wUil.t.tva GF SPRING GOODS AMD TRIMMINGS OTTZRH?A.:r;T3 !? sslse? jelaj&& s se 'ijh.em hmum SSamT