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(- r nu u 70L.XLVIL-ED. L. BLUE, Publisher, PERRYSBUEG, WOOD 000.( FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1899. S1.00 IN ADVANOE.-NO, 29 THE RNAL JU NEW Z3T 2ivEiiNr'S KbuKwCMxtwz&MB&ana mJm Vassal MEETS, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR FOR Special hmm in Hosiery For Bays and Girls School Wear 10, 12 1-2 and 15 Cents. TWENTY-FIRST Regimental Reunion at Weston, A Large Attendance and a Splen did Programmet CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS that -wears and gives satisfaction. SEE OUR NEW LINE OF OVERCOATS $5.00, &7.00, $8.00, $10.00 and Si 2,00. The best in the market at above prices. 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 what we Iave to Offer MM! C. FTT T T T? T3 U LiJj Alt 3GX3GGGGX2G3C33GXIX DISEASES CONQUEEED by a now system of medicine. SANATIVE MEDICATION. THE LATEST SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY IN MEDl-E CINE. DISEASES of till kinds and characters cured by remedies which t acts in harmony with vlml forces. THE BRIGHT STAR of hope at last. 5 (shines. THE SICK, nnd suffering needs to ba no longer the victim of dis- f. (ease. THOUSANDS of lives saved annually by thig wonderful system of C j medicine and the eminent spacinllst, Dr. J. Mangum Morgan, the expounder jof 6anatlve medication, has hundred of testimonies from grateful patients ) who express their thankfulness. WHY GIVE up hone, but come nnd see what this wonderful treatment will do for you. RHEUMATISM, neuralgia Sand nil blood diseases cured by this scientific treatment. KIDNEY and bladder trouble in both sexes which number its victims each year by the hundreds, cured in a short period of time. LADIES, old jtind young, who suffer day by day untold Hgnnioti from irregularities and i luis-plucements, relieved as it y mugic FJLlSb and rectal troubles cured when other remedies fall, MEN, old and young, if you are suffering' from my disease peculiar to your sex, which unllts you for business and makes lllfd nileerable. do not fall to consult tne Doctor at once. BIO-NECK, humors, growths of nil kinds, ulcers, cured without the use of a knife or cob- jtie paste. GENERAL debility and nervousness, prostration, which sends its i hundreds to the insane asylum, and death, can be cured in such a short per !iod of time. And one month's treatment will cure the most skeptical. If rondo not avail rourself of tills ODDortunitr to consult this eminent CDeoiulist. and t guBer and die, no one la toWamebut youn,elf. Poidttvelv. no euro, no pay. Uounital uc 5 coinmoiliitions tor tlioao cases which enuuot bo t rent oil at home. Thousands cured anuually by this treatment. Why uot you? DELAT MEANS DBA.TU. Address, UIC. mOKGAN'S IN V A I, I IKS HOiUE, 1531 S. Wayne Ave, Dayton, O. Bernhard Becker - - ANU - - Arthur E. Hitchcock, ARCHITECTS, 4M and 431 Gardner Building, TOLEDO. OHIO. 0. K. HOLLENBECK, ATTOMEY-AT-LAW FERRYSBUKG, OHIO. ZNXRAL COLLECTOR AND REAL 113- TATE AGENT. Tltlen lnvn tleatcd and abstract (urnlilitd on ppllcitlon. Notary lu Office PHILIP WETZEL, - - NOTARY PUBLIC. Consultation Free at Mrs. Smith's, Corner Second and ' Cherry sts, Perrysburg. Monday, Oct. 23, 9 a. m to 9 p. m. Tho Doctor can be consulted at 616 Madison street, next to Spltzer building, Toledo, Wednesday of each week. At Hotel Mlllikin, Bowline Green, Saturday, October 14. Tie Cilize as mm k INCOKIMJKA'J'ISD ISO. CAPITAL STOCK, 50,000, JACOB DAVIS, Pres. J AS. O. TROUP, Vice Pres. N. L. HANSON, Cash, and Gen'l Mgr DIRECTORS: John Periun, D. K. Hollendeck J. G. Hoffman, Jacob Davis, Prank Powell, C. P. Chapman, N. L. Hanson. E. L. Kingsbury, P. u. Wetmore. Ecccivcb deposits, loans money, sells foreign end domestic exchange, buys and cells drults, bonds, coin, notes, mortgages and pays interest tux time deposits. -JOHN ZURFLUH- ...PRACTICAL... WATCHMAKER and JEWELER ...DEALER IN... Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Speotaoles &c. Half block from Summit St. 3115 MONROE ST., TOLEDO, O. 3lx.vi.il rare will bo taken with the repalrol ml Linda u: Watches. Clocks and Jewelry. "?53rN. "- -,P tm h & i am, n.w t HI? I J ... IB. '.till 'ill illl NEW T0EK DENTAL PAKL0ES Removal to Rooms 7 and 8. Druihmniid block. Corner Summit and JImIIbou, Toledo. Finest iijulpppd onlca In Ohio. Teeth extracted ithout pain or no chaige. Crown and bridge work $3.00 each tooth. Work llnibUed mine day. Examination ami estimates free. Manufacturer of "Auditor," "Jack Pot," and other branda of fine cigars. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, PLOTia AND PEED. Alwn tht but si ercrythlng at J. &. HOFFMANN'S GEODESY. GOOSQOOGXSGXIXDGOOS DR. D. H. MORGAN, 334 Superior St., Toledo. jg OVER VIK1NK SA1.CS KUOITIS. , Oct22D9 0 DAVS Two hundred nnd twenty-one surviv ing members of the 21st Reg't O. V. I. met In reunion at Weston, Sept. 21 and 22, 1S99, and were royally welcomed by tho patriotic citizens of the pretty vil lage. After registration nnd dinner tho annual meeting was called to order In the opera house by President Hutch inson. "America" was tho opening hymn, followed with prayer by Chaplain Randall. Tho visitors woro then given a cor dial welcome by Mayor W. O. Mullally, whoso words of greeting woro such as to assure tne comrades that they were truly wolcomo to enjoy themselves in any manner most pleasing to them selves. He presented tho Regiment with an immense key which he claimed was the passport to hearts and homes of tho people. Ills speech was well received and was replied to by Com rade J. H. Bolton of Flndlay, In a man ner which Indicated that the Ulsters knew how to accept, enjoy and truly appreciate so cordial a welcome. A solo by Comrade Grelner, a recita tion by Master Hutchinson and a brief speech by Com. Wearing were very pleasing. Col. Wells was called and closed his remarks by culling for three cheers for the army in tho Philippines, and three cheers for President Mcltlnley which were given with a hearty good will. dipt. Can field, Doc Jones, Comrades Watt, Goodwin and Latham also enter tained the audience. Johnnie Wickham gave an old war song, and after brief remarks by others the session adjourned for supper. At 7 p. m. Pres't Hutchinson called to order and tho program was opened with music by Comrades Latham and Goodwin, and Miss Latham. A recitation by Miss Van Voris, music by Weston Mandolin Club and a boIo by Mrs. A. C. Vedder wore highly appreciated. Comrades Nuremberger and Brit Russell gave interesting talks and were followed by a recitation by Ml6S Drum heller, and tho chorus, Hall! Home of Liberty, by the choir. E. J. Marks, who can sing, thank you, was Introduced and gave some negro character songs. Ex-Mayor Joe Holmes was called and warmed up the audience with a stiring, patriotic and interesting address. J. L. Keller, J. H. Bolton and N. S. Jones were appointed a committee to draft resolutions on the death of Com rades. amauga monument reported nothing done. Committee- was retained. Columbus Grove was solccted as tho noxt placo for reunion. Tho following olllcers wero elected: President D. A. Carr. Secretary R. P. McDonald (elected for llfo.) Chaplnln-Q. A. Randall. Doc Jones, Pres't Hutchinson, Andy Wiseman, Capt. Keller, Ed. Bovor stock, A. Comstock and Roy. Cook were called out nnd spoke interestingly. Comrades Latham and Goodwin and Miss Latham interspersed the program with musical selections. Dinner was then Berved by the Wes ton W. R. C. and It was a, feast fit for tho goas to ciijoy. A. S. Coward, editor of tho Weston Harald was made an honorary member, and was called out. He thanked the comrades for the honor conferred. Doc Jones moved that a voto of thanks bo tendered the President, Sec retary and peoplo of Weston, (espec ially the ladles) for tho kind hospitality shown the 21st. Comrades Thomas, Wickham, Ran dall and Goodwin entertained with brief speeches. John Derr of Toledo, delivered an excellent oration. The W. R. C, G. A. R. Post, Solon Davis and everybody in Weston were given a von of thanks for kindness shown the 21st. SERIOUSLY INJURED. Andrew Horn Badly Injured in a. Runaway Accident. On Wednesday evening as Andrew Horn, who reside? nhoui two mllca east of Perrysburg, wh driving through East Toledo, his tonm became fright ened by an electric cur and dashed, around tho corner of East Broadway onto Woodville street, swinging tho wagon against a watering tank with such iorce as to throw Mr. Horn from tho vehicle. He struck tho curbing on his head nnd severely fractured his skull, almost bleeding to death heforo a phjBlcnn arrived. It was only by prompt medical atten tion and frequent hypodermic injec tions that his llfo was saved. Parks ambulance was called and tho injured, ninn takon to St. Vincent's hospital whore, after a dinii-ult surgical opera tion, he was restond to consciousness, but at last reports wus still In a very critical condition. It was a glorious reunion. A littlo "dry," perhaps, but all the bettor therefor. No town could have done better by her visitors. HIGH TYPE OF MAN INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT HON. GEORG2 K. NASH. D0WLINQ NOTES of dlidmUd1 .9939SS939999a33aa9 f. m m Igl If you want the best, then buy 9 cTTriittt7t itvd a Tuirm KKSSSSSh i "HOME TRADE' or "BON TON. M $ m m m m tfi 3?ro-Kr,-to:r'js .eeeeees These brands of Flour are of the very best that is made. Manufactured at the REYNOLDS MILLS, MAUIVIEE. OHIO. v e o v v H II OJlie HQitcljell EQilling: (?fo, U u u It 11 f Mi l iti l Vli il) & id) ? COLLEGE. Cor. St. Clair and Jackson Avo., TOLEDO, OHIO (Mention thin .per.) CIRCULARS FREE. FIRE AT GRAND RAPIDS. B. F Stump's Mill Destroyed by an Incendiary Fire. Tho mill owned by B, P. Stump at this placo wns burned this morning about 1:30 o'clock. Tho loss will bo about $4,000 whilo the insurance is but $1,000. Tho fire Is supposed to have been of laccndlary origin. Mr. Stump bud no tiro about tho mill and no oil of any kind, but when tho people arrived at the seo no of the burning mill tho odor of kerosene" was apparent, indicating that the lire was of incendiary origin and that keroseno hud been used in kindling it. Mr. Stump's mill was burned on July 19 last year, together with nearly all of tho business portion of tho town. Mr Stump is discouraged and ho thinks some enemy 19 at the bot tom of tho affair. He announces that he will not again rebuild. Sentinel. O .A. JS E" Q :Et. 3C J&. . Htm tho ? Tha Kind You llava Always Bought Blgaattuo , Sltf?- -Xtf7J etc of '& mr, On Friday morning at 8;30 tho Com rades were again ready for business. Rev. Willson offered piayer. Roll call showed 221 present, and reports of ton deaths. Tho committee on resolutions re ported as fui lows: Your committee appointed on resolu tions of respect to our deceased com rades beg leave to submit the following: Whereas, since our last annual reunion tho grim reaper of death has taken from our number the following named comrades who have answered their last roll call and passed over to their eternal caaiplng grounds, there fore be It Resolved First. That wo tho sur vlvors of the 2lst Regt. and comrades feel their loss as only comrades can. Second. Wo do hereby extend to the families and friends of our departed comrades our.siucero sympathy in this their greatest bereavement, assuring them that wo will so far as possible asslt tlionl to bear their heavy weight of grlof. Third. Resolved, that their muster out reminds us that our discharge must inevitably come soon and warns us to be ready to meet tho final call. J. L. Keller, N. S. JONES, J. H. Bolton. DEATH LIST. I. W. Brown, Co. B. John Adams, Co. A. A. Castle, Co. E. t Ellas Zlras, Co. D. S. M. Biggs, Co. b A. B. Schaffer, Co. P. R. A. Puller, Co. P. John P. Raid, Co. P. Charles Dulltle, Co. G. Wm. KrauBe, Co. K These resolutions wero adopted. Tho report of secretary was approved. Committee on subscriptions to Chlclc- Of Oil and Other Matters Interest. Tho following Is the report of opera tions in and around the Dnwling field: Stewart, Popo & Gorrill cleaned out and shot their No. 3 well on tho J. Dusing farm, located In tho northwest quarter of section 28, Middieton town ship. It is producing 30 barrels a day. Stewart & Pope's No. 4 ou the H. A. Schroder farm, section 33, Perrysburg township, is making 15 barrels daily. They are cleaning out No. 3 on the same farm. Hoffman, Munger and others No. 3 on the B. P. Spilker farm is pioducing 10 barrels per day. Royce & Coon are testing their stock farm at Lime City. There has been some oil found in that locality but not in paying quantities. J. T. Roller has moved his family to Stony Ridge, where ho Ims been en gaged as principal of tho school at that place. Henry Leigh man will soon occupy tho house vacated by Mr. Roller. In consequence of the continued dry weather a great many water wells are dry in this vicinity. M. R.Gorrill Is obliged to haul water to supply the boiler in his stave mill. NEW ELECTRIC ROAD. The Toledo, Fremont and Norwalk Eleotrio Ey. Oo, Organized. Judge Stephen A. Angus has re turned from Fremont where ho has been attending a meeting of the stock holders of tho Toledo, Fremont & Nor walk Electric Railroad company. The meeting was held Wednesday evening at the Ball House. Tho following dlreotora wero chosen: S. F. Angus, Detroit, Mich.; W. B. Comstock, Al pena, Mich.; A. W. Comstock, Alpena, Mich.; Henry Haigh, Detroit, Mich,; W. A. Comstock, Detroit, Mich.; J. C. Liggett, Fremont; John F. Kumlar, Toledo; Howard C. Webster, Toledo; S. A, Angus, Bowling Green; C. N. Gallop, Norwalk; D. E. Cranker, Nor walk. An organization ot tho board of directors was completed as seen below; President S. F. Angus. Vice Fresltiont W. B. Comstock. Treasurer A. W. Comstock. Assistant Treasurer Henry Haigh. Secretary W. A. Comstock. Work ou this now lino which wll! connect Toledo with Norwalk and ruiiH through northern Wood county ia well under headway and oven tho ties arc now at Norwalk. Thirteen cars havo been ordered at u cost of 30,000 each, so it can bo seen that tho road is to be well equipped. Tribune. A Poor Fnrnipr' tluv Who nni Won Sur.cfcMi unil Honor liv Hunt Wnrlc and n Just unit UprUht Llfu Uo Is Still Poor Muu. Success In these days does not al ways mean all that the word implies. Many nave come to look upon the abil ity to acquire a great fortune as all oC success. Fortunately the great masa of the American people still think oth erwise, and the educators of the nation still seek as examples for emulation men some of -wham have acquired no wealth, but whose lives have been pure lofty, and whose work and Influence have contributed to the betterment oC the race. The fact that a man's influence has been felt all his life for honesty and morality and good citizenship is tot make a success as noble and splendid,, even though It may not be as dazzling, as that of the multi-millionaire. From any such a Just standard, tha life of Judge George IC. Nash has beeiEl worthy of the emulation of every young man. A stranger whowallcs up High streell in Columbus, in these days, might meet a plain man with the rugged faco that one so often sees under the Grand Army hat or in an Ohio wheat field There i3 a kindly light In the keen,' blue eyes. He i3 dressed in a plain suili of serge and his coat the ordinary nackr coat ot the business man. His collair and necktie remind you of Abraham? Lincoln. Indeed, if the stranger e-tops to look a second time at this man ho will see many little things in his attlra and manner which will recall to hlm the descriptions ot Abraham Lincoln' and, if the stranger Is an observer andj a student of character, he will say thati this plain man is a good type of Amer- lean simplicity and strength. And thist unassuming, quiet man is Hon. George? K. Nash, the Republican candidate foC governor. It is no exaggeration to say tkafll Judge Nash Is loved by all who know him well. There Is that strengths merged Into kindliness, that strona simplicity, that rugged tenderness an5 love of fair play which make tho highJ est type of American manhood thai manhood that we love. , Like so many of Ohio's great men Judge Nash came from the farm. Alii his life he has worked hard. He haa been a tireless worker as a farmer boyj a- college student, as a public official! and as a lawyer. During all his life nc man has ever said of him that ho waa other than just and honest. His life history shows a remarkable likeness to that of Abraham Lincoln. With many opportunities of amassing wealth aq the expense of integrity, he remains poor man. He lives in a modest uricld house on Jefferson avenue, and thought a jurist of wide reputation and a law-J, yer who has been retained in largoj( cases, his entire fortune will not BUirti up 120,000. It would be well If the people of Ohio! all knew Judge Nash personally. Tha young men who know him are especial- ly fortunate. And when he Is goverjoon Ohio will point with pride to him. aa one of the best representatives of tlie typo of that strong, earnest American-4 Ism which has found Its highest emj badiment In Abraham Lincoln. Tho pain of a burn or scald Is almost Instantly reltovcd by applying Cham berlain's Pain Balm. It also heals tho injured parts moro quickly tbnn any other treatment, and without tho burn Is very savoro does not loavo a scar. For Halo by A.J R. Champnoy, Druggist. TUe Tent. You can pick out fools by their que tions and wise men by their answer Chicago Daily rews. CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Sovgfcl '6 ii i i ii n.3 Eoars tho Signature of i i J..445Lfi&&irJdiiAJ.i.-i - ' k-