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v.j wfwy?y PERRY r u : V u VOL.XLVIL-ED. L, BLUE, Publishor. PERRYSBURG, WOOD 00., 0., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1899. 81.00 IN ADVAN0E.-N0.28 FINGERS INJURED 55TH REGIMENT A WIFE TOO MANY. THE NEW MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S "' UNDERWEAR FOR Special km in Iioory CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS that "wears and gives satisfaction. SEE OUR NEW LINE OF zmzzezlxts $5.00, J?. 00, $8.00, $10.00 and 12,00. The best in We are just opening New Styles for Fall in Outing Flannels, Table Linens, Dress Goods, Ginghams and Prints, Hen's and Boys Shirts, and some Special Good Things in Hen's and Boys Fall and Winter Caps, Gloves and Mittens. You are Cordially Invited to see wliat we I?ave to Offer Wi mmi 9G)OISG)eX3SXDOQ3Cffi3 WONDERFUL DISEASES CONQUEltED by u now I MEDICATION, THK LATEST SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY IN MED1- JCINE. DISEASES of till kinds und ulmruutei-s cured by remedies which loots In burmouy with vital forces. THE BRIGHT STAR o nope at last ) shines. 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St. Clair and Jackson Ave., TOLEDO, OHIO (Mention thl paper.) CIRCULARS FREE. CYGNET MAN MISSING. A Wife and Ohild Left in Desti tute Oiroumstanoes. Charles Burllngham, a shooter for the Findlay Glycorino Comiany, viho has been missing for some days, 6iiys tho Blade, has sent no word as to his whereabouts, and all efforts to locuto him have fulled. Burlinghnm had $200 of tho com pany's monoy in his possession, and left a lot ot unpaid bills. A wife nnd child were loft in destituto circumstances, and tho fueling tiyulnsL the missing husband is Intense. Not tlio Wlsokt Wuy It is not always best lo wait until it is needed beforo buying u bottlo of Chum borlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Quito frequently tho remeilj is required in l h very busiest soupon or in th night ttntl inuuliificoiivuiiioiicK and suffering must he boi'tiu before it can be ohialutd. It cost but a triile as compared with its real worth and every family can well afford tu keep It In their home. It Is everywhere tie knowledged to bo the most successful medicine in tho world for bowel com plaints. For sale by A. It. Churapncy, Druggtet. BertHufford Sustains Painful In juries On Tuesday afternoon Bert HulTord, while working in Whaler's saw mill, rocolvod painful Injuries by having 11h right hand oomo In contact with iv buzz saw. Two fingers wore .badly IneeiMtod. Dr. Rootlier dressed the Injured band and hopes arc ontortiiliiod that tlio ling ers will not require amputation. NARROW ESCAPE. 0. H. & D. Flyor Collides With a Buggy On Sunday Inst as Mrs. Schwnmber ger was driving over tho C. II. & D. It. It tracks at tho Walnut street cross ing, alio Tailed to notice tho Cincinnati llycr and tho roar end of hor buggy was struck by tho engine. Tho lady was thrown to tho ground and drugged quite a distance by reason of bur foot being caught in the wheel. Hor clothing win badly torn but hor only personal injury was a sprained linger. Tho team ran nway and was stopped near tho M. E. church. Tho buggy was completely demolished. It was a narrow escape for all con cerned. THREE OIL NOTES. Leasing All the Land Near Per rysburg for Oil. Leasers lmvo been very thick in unii around Perrysbure of late, and it Is believed that somebody bus concluded there must he oil In litis locality. Tho following from the Blude's oil reporter Is Interesting to people in this locality: If there is any oil of any consequence to bo found in Porrysburg township. Wood county, it will ho Itnnwn to tho public ere long, us lcasors down there are tis thick us June bugs around nn electric light. Within tho p ist 30 days nt leuBt hnlf the township has been leased up. Stilt, Montgomery & Stitt, or tho English Oil Co., bus secured n solid body of lenses on the etist side of the Mnumce river at least four miles long and two miles wide. The Eastern Oil company hti3 secured largo blocks, us have North Baltimore parties. Geo. A. Whitney secured 170 ncres close to Hull Prairio tind adjoining tho Osier hout farm production, nnd considerable work will bo dono before tho holidays. Royce, Coon & Co. have a (est well now under wny on the Weddell furm, in section 11, Porrysburg township, and a short distance northeast from Limo City. Some years ngo a well with a Blight showing of crude was drilled by Fuhr and others on tho Davo Lusher farm in section 1, nunc town ship and abuut two miles northeast of Limo City. It hits taken tho oil public a long time to awake to tho fact that there is n probable prolific oil pool of no mean dimensions located south from the hamlet of Millbury. Somo few years ago dry holes were drilled in on the Chupin anil Fearing property, In sec tion 22, Lake township, Wood county, and later on another well was drilled to the east three and a half miles that also proved worthless. This did not signify that no oil Lolt passed through this big scope of acreage, so a couple of years ugo somo parties concluded to make a venturo In that vicinity, by drilling it well on tho Pacer property in section 23, Lako township, and about midway between tho two dusters. Tho well when completed produced ton barrels, but a largo body of salt wator made its appearance, and tho pumping was stopped. A tost well is being drilled on tho Swartz larn In Bection 6, Troy town ship, near tho vlllago ot Stony Ridge, which Is looked upon us a big venture, but un important test of asectlon which may prove to bo valuable oil laud. Cliroulc nlnrrlioea OurtitL Tills is to cortlfy that I havo had eh ron Ic diarrhoea over since tho war. I got so weak 1 could hardly walk or do nuythliiL'. Ono bottlo of Chamber lain's Colic, Cliolnm and Diarrhoea Remedy cured mo sound and well. J. It. Giiids, Fincastle, Vo, I had chronic diarrhoea fur twelve years. Threo bottles of Chamberlain's (Joint, Cltou ' u..d D'.u-t uoea Remedy I'tiri'.d nn. S L. .-HAVEK FlllCtlBtlu, Vti. Both Mr. G lib- mid Mr. Shaver are oi-omiiieut firmer mid reside near PiiiensUu, Va. I'hey procured the remedy from Mr. W. 10. Casper, a drug gist ot that placet, who Is woll no quuintcd with ihuin and uill vouch for tho it uth of tholr statements. For sale by A. R. Cluunptioy, Druggist. Held Their Reunion in Porrysburg on Wednesday ThoGath Kug't O. V. I. "ouion at Perrysburg was a grand success, nnd 121 members ol the regiment and their families wern present. Col. Wlekh'im, president ol thn or giiniz itlnii, prcrtliled and cnllr-d the incoting to order"; and then adjourned for dlu nor. At ono o'clock tho Rcs9lon recon vened, and Mayor Bowers gave the welcome address on bohitlf of tho people. His able address -was responded to by Col. Wiolth.itn ol Nor walk. Tho program consisted of addresses by Chaplain ol tho regiment, Captains Ragnn, Evans, Osborne nnd Pool, Lieut. McL'iugtilin and others and recitations. Dr. Kllng in a few very appropriate words presented tho association with' a gavel made from wood secured on tho battle field of Peach Tree Creole, Gil. Tho program was very interesting and tho tnomhers of the association wero as lino looking a body of men as lmvo ever gathered together for such un occasion. Porrysburg citizens regret thnt tho weather was such as to provont tho placing of contemplated decorations. Tho citizens committee are entitled to much credit for tholr efforts us cn- tertainors. Cho noxt reunion will be held at Nor walk, the 3d Wednesday of Sopt., 1000, and remain in session two days with tho same olllcers now in charge. Tho 65th O. V. I. in reunion Wednes day by resolution, unanimously voted thanks to tho citizens of Perrysburg for hospitality, and to Comrade Geo. Button, Dr. Kllng and tho citizens committee, Tho Perrysburg Journal and to Robert S. Davidson's Scotch Ridge Band. The following members wore present: Ollicors elected wore C. P. Wick hum, president, Norwalk ; II. Osborne, vice pres't, Chicago ; J. P. Roeson, trcus., Upper Sandusky ; R. W. Pool, seu'y ; A. S. Baker, Titllit, assist, sec; W. A. Keery, Tillln, chaplain ; Chns. Slncy, Norwalk, color bearer. Co. A Elias Stevens, H. D. Parmon ter, John Stevens, John Nouli, Bonj Zimmerman, W. H. Stegman, George Winters. Co. B. II Osborne, Adam Cramer. H Vosburg, N D Patterson, Wm Wer ner, David Baird, C W Worrnor, John Ottorbacher, John Clemens, P Wolfort, G Vulontino, A Burkot, Pred Treushol, Henry Brolcn, David Smith. Co. C D E Jefferson, John C Purdy, Francis Vomgordes', Ellhu Weslfull, James M Hoffman. A A Simmons, C G Drake, R N Pool. Co. D L B Mesnard, W It Porrin, C B Streotor, Geo Bailey, Jucob Utz, J E Barker, Chns Stilinan, G P Palmer, Chns Stacoy, J F Cahoon, II Freomun, M Hnrtnick. Co. E. Jolin Bowers, J W Sallman, Luther Roberts, J D Smith. Co. F John Sanbright, JohnSpoont, John Bottz, Uurins Sour, Josoph Phil lips, Charles Hullinger, Henry Hop powd, E Tlndall, John Robertson, N Myses, M H Nutors. Co. H Abnor B Boyco, John W Armstrong, H H Rngan, G W Ragan, Clay Ha'tz, Ilonry Glttinger, John I) Gittlngor, J W Miller, Jacob Franz, Wm Tilley, Andrew Baker, R W Pool, A G Runner, Chas Baroff, Geo W Button, Geo Ilarcour, Servis Messnard. Co. I. Elias Borough, A J Swoot land, J L Shrnmp, E Franklin, B F Evans, W A Reerey, Theodore Miller, Chas Wheeler, Warren V Frunklln, Charles Clark. Tho following is tho roport of tho reunion flnuuco committee: KECEIPTS. Total collections 837.25 EXPENDITURES. Expendituro Finance Committee. Paid Buud 820.00 Dinnors for musicians 3.25 Incidentals and Budges 14.00 Total 837.25 JOHNATHAN DUHAMMEL, N. L. Hanson, Geo. Leatheker, Su., Committee. "All paid Jn and all paid out." A Madison (N. J.) fanner, who hns nr estate of 1,500 acres, lias ordered alargc automobile truck to carry Lis garder products to market. lie is a man ol wealth, says a local exchange, and his farmer neighbors, who are unable tc compete with lilni, do not take kiudlj to the Innovation. O j&. X? 0 23. "X jCL. . Beari tha ha Kintl You "3ta WflalfS BOUghf Charles Billheimor Indioted for Bigamy. Charles Blllhutmur a luutnslur in tho oil Holds near North Baltimore waB in dieted by tho grand jury on Monday charged with liiuninv, anil now lan guishes In the couiiiy Imstilo, without hull. Billhoimer, It isnlaimi'd, was married. May II). 1891, to K.ttio Sybort, of Ku llda, Putnam county, and afterward, lived with her in Jackson township on. the George Needles farm. When tho Spanish-American war broko out he en listed in Company K, Second regiment, nnd nftor rotutnlng married, it is claimed, Myrtle Mercer, on Juno 17, 180!), Squiro Arnold tying tho knot at North Bnltlmoro. Mrs. Blllholmor, said lo bo number one, is tho mother of two children. INSTRUCTORS ENGAGED For the August Mooting of the Teaohors' Institute. Last Saturday tho coramltteo on prep aration for the county teachers' insti tutes finished the tusk of hiring in structors for noxt year's institute and, fixed the dates for tho quarterly insti tutes that will bo hold before that timo. Tho first quarterly institulo will bo held at Bruduor on November 11. An excellent program is in the course of; preparation for this institute Tho Sandusky county teach ors will assist at this institulo. The second qunrtorly instituto will bo held at North Bnltlmoro on tho second Saturday in Fobrauary and tho third at Weston on tho third Saturday in April. For tho annual institute to bo held the weeks beginning August G nnd 13, 1000, tho committee announces chat tho best program over given will bo in storo for the teachers. For tho first week Prof. S. D. Fcss, of Ada, and Supt. F. T.reubly, of Youngsto.vn. havo been en gaged. Mr. Fcss will deliver two of his excellent lectures. For tho second weak Prof. Charles Haupert, who gavo such eminent satisfaction this year, has been engaged, together with Supt. Sim kins, of tho St. Marys sellouts, another ahlo and interesting instituto instruc tor. ' The committee proposes to make tho singing u feature ot the meetings, and has Becurud Mr. Dwight Canflold, of Toledo, lo look after this department during tho ontiro session. Sentinel. The passing of the Iudlnn is attrib-( utablo to tlio fact that he resolutelyj refused to submit to the domination of) a superior race, says the Kansas City; Journal, lie died, weapon in hand. This was more than a negative service to us. It has sharpened tho edgo o American courage. Only heroes dared to face the perils of American pioneer, life. We needed no Cnstlc trnrden In spection in the early days; the fear of the Indians sifted emigration for us. It Is owing In no small part to him that America was settled with tha choicest pioneer material that ever opened up a new country. It is quite refreshing to read of! the frost storm that prevailed on Mt. Wash ington July 20. The day before damp clouds surrounded the mountain and the mercury went down to 30. Next morning tho spectacle lenown ns a fcatherj' frost was presented. The lit tle paper published thero says that frost feathers several feet long have often been photographed on tho sum mit in full or winter, nnd sometimes telegraph wires are coated until they look like tho cables of a fishing schoon er nftcr a blizzard. Hut tho feathers nro seldom formed In tho mlddlo of summer. A Japanese scientist was the first to prove the theory of the germ-euuso of lockjaw by the inoculutlon of small ani mals. Tho bacillus is described as straight with' rounded ends, ono of which is a spore, giving tho microbe the shape of a pin. When dried the sporeq retuin vitality for months and resist germicides to a remarkable degree, Tho annual mortality from the disease heretofore in tlio United States has not been more than 1 to 00,000, but the casualties of the last Fourth f July will change the figures unfavorably. nRTOR I A T"a Tnfofo nwl ftliilllron iretJifeafrS Tho Kind You Have Always Boap - eiguatura of fSVr -Isrwutf&.i.iXL VAi- ttJiiYmilt 'li'WiV ir & 3Sf .