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rOBMBUKD EVEltY 8ATUIIDAY. BD. L. BLUE, Editor. Kilurod! tho 1'orrynburgl'OBtofncc as second ClHMmMT. B;UViClY. - GOTO BliH 10, 1805. BEFUBLIOAN STATE TICKET. For flnvernnr, ASA S. DOHIlNKLIi, of Clark. For Lieutenant Governor, ASA W.JONl'.S, of .unboning. Tor Supremo Judge. walti:r niTiLUEUT, of Noble. Tor filctk oMun'cma Court, JOdKI'H D ALLKN, of Athens. ForStntoTrcMiror. SAMUEL II. CAMPBELL, of Jcflernon. For Attorney (lencrnl, FRANK S. JIONNETI, ofUrawford, For Member of Board of Tubllc Works, EDWAItl) L. LYUAHOLU, of Coshocton. For Senators 83d District, JOHN It. IIAKKEY, of Wood. JOIIK VOQT, of HcnrTi THOMAS J. lIARHAUail, of Putnam. COUNTY TICKET. For Urpre'onHtlvo. O. I". NOKK13. of I'crry. For Treasurer, It. V. Mi-M.VtIAN. of Portage. For Commissioner, V. .1. IlltAND, nr Mlddleton. For Surveyor, L. I). FKAKER, of Weston. For Infirmary Director, MILTON ZIMMERMAN, of Center. For Coronor. E. T. THOMAS, of Center. A Ropubllcan meeting nt Pentbor ville, on Monthly, Oct. 21st, will be ad dressed by Hon. L. C. Lnylin or Ohio, and Hon. It. S. McCabe of Illinois. The 100th anniversary of tho great victory of the U, S. troops under Mad Anthony Wayne Ik bolng commemora ted by a four day's celebration at Fort Wayne this week. It 1e now reported that tho Corbott Fitzslmtnons contest is to be a pillow light, with tho refareo to call off the game if any mtuTa pillow gets too hard, and tho affnii is to bo pulled off at Hot Springs, An;. Captain O. P. Norris, the Republican candidato for ruprpsentativo in Wood county is a well known citizen of tho county tried in the ordeal of blood and fire in tho grout trial of 1861-5 and can bo trusted in sending lo represent the people ol tho oldWood nt Columbus. Voto for hitn. Blooiu'lale D.ii-rielc. County pride should bo suOloiont to cause tho voters of Wood county to ral ly to the support of Hon. John R Hun key for State Senator. It has been a long term of years since Wood county has been honored with a representative in tho S tu to Senate, nnd as Mr. Hankoy is a worthy and competent candidato, who will e voi' have a watchful eye to tho interests of Wood county in particular, it is not asking moro than ia justlflnblo, in milking- tho request that personal preferancos be laid aside and a full voto be given him for -tho ollice of Stalo Senator. Thoro is no just reason that can bo shown why Whit McMnhan bhould not bo elected Treasurer of Wood county. There is not a moro generous, open hearted, compotent or honest man iu Wood county than he, nnd we won't ex cept any man. Ho lias been in active business in Wood county for many years and no niuu has u bettor reputation for honebty and square business dealing than hu, and after ho ia elected ho will find no dllllculty in furnishing a bond that will bo aulliclont to many times cover any amount tbat may oyer bo placed in keeping of tho county treasurer. Wo learn thatinBowlingGreou thoro aro people urging that Frod Brand is not a good candidato fur Commissioner becauso ho is too Biivlug and don't be licvo in spending money unless it is necessary and that if elected ho will kick against spending uuy money iu tiny plnuo whero it is not of real benefit to tlio county, und that by this means tho village of Bowling Groon will not Vhs ablo to gut any extras for boautify. ing the town out of tho Board of Com missioners. Horo is a pointer for ovory farmer and ovory porfcon who la not a resident of tho hub to rouiombor. Do you want Fred Brand dofoatcd bc cnubo ho la not willing lo spend your money hi ugcordaucu with tho dictates of Bowling Green people and for tho purpo&o of building up Bowling Grcon? r.f :..: Lunnmiuummi THE SKNATOIUAL SITUATION. Tho saying "A voto for Hankoy, TTni.hnii.Tl, n.,,,1 Vnrrt. U II Voto for .1. 13. Fonikoi" for U. S. Senator," has hcon ' a common ono among tho papers of Urn . . . .. t . .1 d strict Biuco tho con vuiuiou. nnu is, tis all undorataml, truo. At. tho wimo tlino It. trf an undctiitiblo fact Unit thuro is a largo olcmont, ti rcnpcuttihlo nnd In- tolllL'ont element, second in worlh and! stundlng to no wing of tho ItupublUNin party, to whom thoro is no nntsjlcal ring In this saying. Mr. Fornltur. llko every nggrosslyo loader, has found many who do not ngrco with him on all points of party politics. Tho writer ovorhcard two such In conversation within tho week, and ono road tho abovo quotation from a paper, whon tho other remarked "Woll, If Hankoy and thoso fellows can give no other reason than that why mon should voto for them, I don't know as I Mi nil broak my nock to got to tho polls," and tho othor gavo ready consent. And who will find fault with thoso contlomonV No ono wo are certain. Horo Is a candidato with whoso individ uality they are not charmed, and it naturally "gravels" them to havo tho chances rang on his narao as an In ducemont for them to voto tho tickot i thoy Havo voted uir tneit lives, prou- ably. Fortunately for Messrs. Hankoy, Harbaugh and Vogt, however, tho abovo is not tho only or most potent argument thoy havo with which to con jure votes. Thoy arc tho candidates of tho Republican party. Thoy refer in qulrors to the thousand ills which havo como upon tho business interests of this country through Democratic mis management In tho present adminis tration; to those of oyory other Demo cratic administration in tho past fifty years; to tho nation's unrivaled pros perity under decades of Republican management. Thoy refor to tho fact that J. B. Forakcr, If elected to the U. S. Senate, will roprcsent, and ably, too, tho etornal principles lnitl down by tho founders of tho Republican party,, and not tho interests, solely, of railroad monopolies and sugar trusts, and will bo a citizen of Ohio. They refer to the ever broken pledges of tho Democratic party to tho people; to tho idleness, unrest and general business depression which follows every attempt of latter day Democracy to manage tho affairs of tho nation. Tho threo candidates might refer to themselves, truthfully as mon of more than ordinary ability, who havo raised themselves in their respective callings and localities, to tho top notch of social and business stand ing. And there aro a, hundred good reasons, other than that quoted at the beginning of this item, why every man should voto for tho threo Republican candidates for Statu Senator. Republican. Last Saturday afternoon the Sun oil company drilled in a woll near Rising sun which began (lowing at tho rato of liyo thousand barrels par day. Tankage could not be s-ecured in time and sover ul thousand barrels of the black grease went to waste. Dr. Price's Cream Baiting Powder World's Folr Highest Award. Tribune Items. Oil onerotora have very little faith in the new uuld pro mini tion claimed to dissolve rock and take tho place of shooting welle. The plan was tried several years ago, so it ia not so much of a nuyelty as buppo.scd. Tho Northwestern Tutor national Christian Allianou will commence a threo days session in Bowling Green Friday and closing Sunday. There will be three sorylscs each day; all are inyited. Tho meetings will ba held in tho city hall. Parties from FIndloy nnd Detroit were in Bowling Greon Monday mak ing estimates on electric wiring for tho now court house. The bids aro to bo opened tho 19th. Hon. J. R. Hankoy, wife and niece, Miss Curry, went to Columbus Monday to bo present at tho wedding of Auditor Poo's duughter. J.nto I.IIoriiiy Kern, Rudyard Kipling makes his last ap pearance as a teller of Jungle Stories in Tho Cosmopolitan for October. "Mowgll Loaves tho Jungle Forevor," and tho curtain Is drawn over ono of tho most charming concoltn in litera turo. In tho samo number in which Mogll makes his final udioux, appears for tho first tlrao boloro an American audienco, tho now famod Richard Lo Gallionno In a ploa for religion under thotltloof "Tho Greatness of Man." A very Important paper on "Stato Unl vorsitlos" is contributed to this num bor by Professor Ely. Tho Cosmopoli tan announces that it will begin tho publication iu January of Tho Agri culturist's Illustrated Magazlno, to bo hilly tho equal of Tho Cosmopolitan, but containing from sixteen to twenty pages by tho ablest agricultural writors of tho world, upon subjects of Impor tanco to tho agriculturist, horticultur ist, mid stock-growing interests. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. UMiagggBMLLUUMirBBBaKa: Tho B. G. Domocrul Is mtiklug a hot 1 light for the dumocrntlo tlelcot, but wo' regVOl HIM I no OIU HO-l'UllUll find eoll- announced, "ollhslul organ," tho Suntl-i nol, is not dolnjr ns intmh lor ihe wholo T?r,t,iiltltiM,ti ttttlr.tf 'PK.t. .......... , 1 "-' ...--v. ,. ,,lM,Ur Hl grown rich on I ho ollu'lnl pnlrouugo of tho Ropuhltu'in purti.bntltisremiirktV bio now. ehii'tly for tho weak and puny uiioi'itj ii la limiting in Durum of tlio en tire tickot. What is the causo of this? Hnvo tho publinhors lost faith in tho party, or havo thoy become so pulled up with their own greatness th.it thoy lose sight of tho pnrty through which thoy havo gained their position and wealth. Forntt'or UplgrnmA. "The Republican party novor hlrod a syndicnto to maintalu tho credit of tho country." "Tho battlo vroaro to fight is not only for Republicanism, for nationality, for prosperity and progress, but it is also for deconoy, honesty and tho good nanio of our groat commonwealth." "Does auy man boliovo that it would help business if Ohio should go Demo cratic this year? Doos not every man know that tho best thing for this oovin- trv that nan hnnnnn thin mnr to n tin. publiCan victory in this stato, and that the larger it is the better it will bo? And is there not iu this faot alono conclusive proof that tho times are improving, not because of anything the Democrats havo douo, but iu spito of all they have ac complished, and bocauso it is believed that tho triumphant restoration of tho Republican party to power is near at hand?" "Wo must havo no moro dofloits, no moro bond sales, no moro gold syndi cates, but ample revenues, and a sound enrroucy, tho poorest dollar of which, whether gold, silver or paper, will be as good as tho best dollar of any other country iu tho world. lions JJcruanl. The Commercial Gazette, in roforring to tho Cincinnati Democratic convention says: Mr. Low Bernard was in practical control of yesterday's couveation. Fow will ask for proof. If any do, we refor thorn to this entertaining episode, briefly and graphically told by Tho Post of yesterday afternoon: "Lewis G. Bornard was on hand. "When tho cards nominating state sonators were handed up ho stood iu front of tho railing, his eaglo eyo fixed on Secretary Joo Rice. "Ferguson, Rattcrmnun, Dexter and Pendleton,'1 whispered Bernard. " AJl right.' said Rice, and they wiro nominated.'" rubllc Snlo. Tho .'undersigned will sell at public auction at tho luto resldenco of Henry Netderhouse, in Perrysburg, on Sat urday, Octohor 20, '95 at 1 p. m., tho following articles: 18 chairs and 4 rockers, 1 stand, 1 lounge, 4 carpets, 1 bureau, 1 clock, 1 washstand nnd bowl, 2 parlor stoves, 1 cook stove, 3 tables, lots or dishes, 2 bed stoads, 1 lawn mow er, 1 sorghum mill, and other articles. Terms made known on day nf salu. Fred Neiderhouse, Executor. of i.v.rt:icKS'a to ladies. We offer no npoluery in plncins; before you "'The Ladies' Mafe l'rntfctor," it is absolutely u-balnV, easily inljubted, does not qeconie misplaced and iiifuren pro tection. Can hi' worn whon dehiivd without oh?evn!inn or knowledge of nuoth'T and prevents disagieealile an noyanci' under certain condition1? If you tine it unci vou Kill nver b- with out it. It is a f .lilhful, wife, nnd rolinbl? friend whvncvi-r needed by special cir cuinstmici'S rtqniriiii: it" ine. It i-t an niticlo every woman "-houM keep rtdj for immvdMo lit"1. It is simple tu use, and iiHntres confidence to the woman using it. It i" tellable and scientifically made, insuics protection without iniury to health, tin hiiv good phisicinn unuld say. Wo aro of the opinion that no itr ticle litis ever been niado which will give as much satisfaction lo the woninn of to-( day ns "Tho Lidles' Sxfe Protector." The immriiao milw of thin article is u substantial indorsement of our clmm. Do not therefore experiment with any of the numerous unr?lib!o articles, n it irt both dangerous to health nod ex pensive to do ho. Such ospciiiiu'iiting can only rBUlt in lobs ot time, dibs.i poiiitmcnt nnd dif.nialf failure. Lmlies should remember this before otderinj: goods and not waste their time anil money on inferior articles. Tlio lit'Ht i always the cheapest ''Tho Jvidiw' Safe Protector" Is sold under a positive guar nntee for use for ono yenr, with full directions and is sent sealed in plain wrapper upon receipt of oxpithh money order for $2.00, threo for $5 00. Do not wnit but order at. nucn. AddroH Tub La Ciiossk Spcoi.ii.ty Co , La Ukossu, Wi.. July 18, 00 ssnciNsmv LEGAL NOTICE. To Kli Chatter, and to bis unknown heirs, dcvli,cs, U-eatecs nnd legnl representatives. You nnd each ol on arcs hereby notified tlint on tho WtU.dav of September, 151)3, John Olter bneher, 01 plaintiff. Hied his petition In tliu Court of Common i'leiu of Wood county, Ohio, caeo No. 10,007, in which you uud each of you uro made dtfundants. Tliut said iilniiitiiralleccj In his raid nctltlon that ho Is tho owner In ice inlinplo and In actual possession 010111 lumumucr M.Tiy-ono(ui) ton talnliiK two ncrus moro or lem. In thu VII lago of I'errysburK. Wood county. Ohio, that ho and those under whom ho claims, ban and havo been in the open, notorious, exclusive, t-nutlu uousnud ndv rf.e jiosscsslou ot bald prcmUcs for forty-Ilvu years and moro claiming to own thu wimu. That liclthorhald defendant. Kll Charter, nor Ills hnlil liclrh, devisees, lesateus or lepal reprchcnittlUos, has or huvo at any time durinu' said period averted or claimed nny lutcrctt tn or to tald piuinl(.' or 10 any part thereof. That mid dc'cndanls np)ear of record to bate fcomc luieresi, cxiaiuur ciauu 111 nnit to said real es tate, but that nil hucii interest, cstato and claim are null and void as aj;,ilnt plalntUI'H title, jiluIiitin'vruyN thill his tltlo to wild picmlses mill every pail thereof may bo quieted ai w;iilmt mild ihfciidaut, Kll Charter, and ns iigiilin-l hl unknown helrt, duvjsees, Icgatcea nnd toil tepiesentallves, and that they each and nil, bo forever buried from hcrcutter as kertlni; or claiming nny Interest or estate there in ndverho to said plaintiff. Kald delcndants nro idiulicd to nnswer said petition .by or be fore November aid, 1893, or Jiulgiiiunt will bo rendorcd against them In awoidanco with tliu nrnver theieof. JOHN OTTEUB.VCnEB, WW. I). K. 1IOM.KNUKOK, Atty. t'ejitcmber 2th, 16W. iKuauitatrii.uaijuoi.iu:ivmu MKaumMauueiiMffltasiiga WE LEAD THE TRADE IN GEOOERIES AND PSQYI3IONS, Spring and Winter Wheat Flour, and Feed PIN'S HiIIsriE OF OBOOKER1? AND GLASSWARE. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR BUTTER AND EGGS. WHm'jfj-,m-Ji''i.eii'ii:,.i;,.'qj'ii,i".HiMPfi IS THE PLACE TO SLsb al NdoUl a 2& FRESH VEGETABLES Groceries, Provisions, Crockery, Lamps, Etc. utter and Eggs WILL - TO IC" Gray or White Blankets, Men's heavy fleece lined underwear, 50 piece. Heavy all wool skirts large size 65 Boys good gray suits from 9 to 14, 2.75 blue " " 2.75 Corner of VJ.ruHiW'K,UJUlliZ!n,lZaSlU,S7iA:fili!lt! George "W. Wagoner , D1ULER IN, Hardware, Paints, Oils, Wagons, Buggies, Harness -AND- FARM SWLEraTS. CASH PAID FOR GRAIN. Feed Grinding every Saturday STONY RIBGE, O In Writing. A written guarantee of excellence goes with everyone of the and it's a guarantee you can hold lis tat Quick Bakers, Superior Cookers, Powerful Heaters. Ask for the Peninsular brand and be determined to get it. ST. ST. j3lTVEODKT- kwzf Wim STYLES 'ATO SIZES & XT") CHRIS. &. HOFFMANN """'ll"J"" ""v ''"'fhiiTTiurr-iiiri'iniiuii-iiTi hi imibtimim BUY YOUR always in demand. Highest Market Prices Paid. .""". i&- sell this 65c per pair. Si. 00 " Louisiana Avenue and Front Street. m HEEH ff3B WSffoyigraixIy OUR NEW DESIGNS IN CARPETS A JUST AJUtlVED. Also full line of Lace Curtains, Drape Screens, Fret Work and other attractive novelties. CLARENCE W. SNYDER, 225 and 227 Summit St., Toledo. X IS fl14LUABL FOR RHEUEUIATISM, WOUNDS, BRUItISB' HOARSENESS, SORE THROAT, PILESe SORE EYES, CATARRH, ALL PAIN, and INFLAMMATIONS and HEMORRHAGES. llSSKBffifSHi 1848. Tho effect of Pond'sExtract in calmlngnnd quIetiDfr pain is surprisinc. , It is n remedy perfectly Invaluable, bo Boothlnp; and healing in its action. It not merely relieves, but cures all sorts ot Aches, Pains nnd Inflammations. JOHN O. BPKNOEK, Sec. of War. BEWARE of Imposition. Take POND'S EXTRACT only. 800 landscape Trado-mark on buff wrappor. Sold only In our own bottles. All drugging POND'S EXTRACT CO., 76 FIFTH AVE., NEW YORKj R S. OLBQGr DEALKH IN UNBERTAKIKTG AND EMBALMING BEBITYSBTJRG W OiOF THESE VES -FOR- OOD. tg&arTrSn y iilut uw FRESH LINE OF CANNED VEGETABLES AND FRULT. AND FRUITS. China ware, -whitti-ft 1 r-4 White Blankets Extra Heavy 1.25 pair Men's heavy merino shirts & diawers, 25 piece Boys " " " 25 " Heavy all wool flannels at 25c per yard Good quality of outing flannel at 5c " Good Canton flannels at 5, 8, 10 and 12c " THEY ARE RUGS XTRACT 1893.- I can f ranVty say that Pond's Extract stand nt the head of all medicines of its kind. Iliavo UEod It in my own family with good effect, and my neighbors have used It with extremely gratifying results. ItOBKRT J. HEYNOIiDS, Gov, 0 VtUtxcare. A. T. KLINE, DENTIST, S35 Superior Bt. TOLEDO, Piionis 410. Ohio. iiit A t" f TTra. WT A AJt-