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Tin DKMOCRATC NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27. 1881
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CAMDMIX W5JST VIBftlMA.
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at pay ftU nmnfM, or the pahus out coo
nans to send II unul parment la aaad. and enUart
lb whole smooat, wbaUur the papar la taken from
tha oraos or not.
1. The eoartenavw derided Out rafualnf to Uka
Mwtpepen and periodicals fraa Mm poet-oAes, or
raeaovlng ana mi tarn unoauea for, prima
arte evidsaca of lutentloaaj frsnd.
J. C. Saur Local.
A. J.Bobsrta Adm'r8sla.
H. L. Ennea and W. A. glomrk MuMar to Coatrs.
D. A J. W lleoa Auction Sale.
i. B. Limb For Bala.
Cary Co. LocaL
A. Mylee-Road Notice.
I M. Hall Auction Sale.
A Swerplnff Enactment.
The following is a copy of the "Stubb's
Sunday Law" bill which waa introduced
last winter, but remaining in the hands
of a Committee until last Tuesday, when
it was called up and defeated in the
House. On Wednesday a motion to re
consider waa made, when the bill Dossed.
It is said it will pass the Senate this week
and become a law:
Section 1. Be it enacted by the general
Assembly of the State of Ohio, That said
sections number 6,944, 7,033 and 7,033 be
amended to read as follows:
Sue. 6,044. Whoever sella or barters
any spiritous liquors on the first day of
" the week, commonly called Sunday, ex
cept on a uhysiciuu's prescription, shall
be fined not more than fifty dollars.
SEC!. 7,032. That if any person of the
age of fourteen years or upward, shall be
found on the fimt day of the week, com
monly called Sunday,' sporting, rioting,
quarreling, hunting, fishing, shooting,
playing at foot ball, base ball, ten pins,
or any other game of a similar kind or
kinds, or participating in or exhibiting in
public any show or theatrical or dramatic
performance of any kind or description,
or any part therein, or any equestrian or
circus performance of jugglers, acrobats,
rope-dancining, variety ahows, negro
minstrelsy, livingstatuary, or ballooning,
or in keeping any low or disorderly house
of resort, or who shall sell, dispose of, or
give away any ale, beer, or porter, or
spiritous liquors, in any building or erec
tion appendant or adjacent thereto, where
any show, performance, or exhibition of
whatever kind is given, ho or she shall,
on complaint made within twenty days
thereafter, be fined in any sum not ex
ceeding one hundred dollars, or be con
fined in the county jail not exceeding
six months, or both, at the discretion of
3kc. 7,083. Whoever, being ovr four
teen years of age, engages in common
labor on Sunday (works of necessity and
charity excepted) shall, on complaint
made within ten days thereafter, be fined
not mora than fifty "dollars; but this sec
tion does not extend to those who con
scientiously ol. serve the seventh day of
the week as the Sabbath; nor rhall it be
construed so as to prevent families emi
grating from traveling, watermen from
landing their passengers, superintendants
or keepers of toll-bridges or toll-gates-from
attending the same, or ferrymen
' from conveying travelers over waters.
Write to Mm. Ltdia E. Pinkha. 28a
western Avenue. Lynn,, Mass., for names
of ladiea tha have been restored to per
fect health by the tine of her Vehtmle
Compound. - It is a positive cure for the
most stubborn cases of female weakness.
jBurdette.ln Burlington Hawkeye.
Ta, ta, Mr. Cannon; in fact, Utah, ta.
It may be that Whittaker cut his own
ears off. But it is eminently certain that
General Schofield cut his own nose off.
The Kansas City Times says that Em
ma Abbott is "kitssable." She's married,
too, young man; remember that. And
so are you, you rascal.
Mrs. Garfield used to teach school.
And her husband, he keeps cool yet.
Well for him that he can, too, in these
days of elaborate Cabinet carpentery.
"Any man," says an eminent writer
and observer, "can marry any woman."
That is just what Delegate Cannon thinks.
But he thinks, also, that "nny" is synon
ymous with "every."
A new style of wall-paper is made
without either figure or tint, so that it
gives the walls of the room that vacant
expression of subdued intellectuality that
is so marked in the features of a man
"What are the best spectacles made
of?" asked Professor Miller. And the
new boy at the foot of the class snoke un
and said, "Isinglass." And then you
might have heard the silence all over
"That's a steal engraving, isn't it?"
Mahlstick said to his neighbor Burin,
suddenly coming out and catching him
going off with the artist's ax. "Oh, no,''
Burin said, a little confused, "it's only a
"Ladies in Alaska," says the Cincinnati
Enquirer with exceeding scorn, "get
-drunk." " Well, that is their disgrace, to
besure, but then why not tell it all! They
also gel sober, and that is greatly to their
The Bible is said to bo the Emperor
William's favorite book. Then maybe
he reads so much about the Jews he
doesn't want to see any of them. Per
haps he would be more lenient if he had
a Bible with Dutch names for all the
Hebrews, so as to bring in all the Koe
nigs and .the Schwabs and the Eisen
hauers. The question that now agitates the
American people is. can a Mormon be a
Congressman? Well, no; if the Govern
, ment and the American people have any
yrespect for themselves, he can't. But
then he can be the father of va whole
ward caucus so that he can pack the con
vention to nominate his choice among
the Gentiles, and that's the next best
Two resolutions have been introduced
into the Legislature proposing amend
ments to the Constitution to be - submit
ted to a vote of the people at the fall
election, One provides for Local Option
V and the . other is. for the purpose" of
amending Section 1 of Article V, remov
ing all restriction from women and giv
ing them the same right to vote, as that
of the sterner sex. .......
Alexander Stephens 'says he never
Struck a mutt in. his life. Yet A'eck in
one of the most stiiking men in Congress.
Mature of West Virginia to-day elected
Johnson M. Camden, of Parkersburg,
tha Democratic caucua nominee. United
State arnaror to iucwwI Hon. Frank
Hereford, after the 4th ol March next,
The Republican rotes. 20 in all, were
cast unanimously for A. W. Campbell,
editor or the "lHt'Uigen&r, ol tinacity.
N. B. French, of Mercer county, received
i o Greenback vote.
THE PENNSYLVANIA DEAD LOCK.
Hahrikburii, Jan. 25. Another inef
fectual ballot was taken to-dar for Unit
ed State senator; Wallace, 8.'; Oliver, 80;
Grow. M; Hewitt, 4: McVeagh. 3; Batrd,
1; Mnowdeo, 1; Agnew, 1; Allison, 1; Cur
tis, 1. Convention adjourned.
BAILEY WITHDRAWS IK TENNESSEE.
Nashville. Jan. 25. Senator Bailer's
name has been withdrawn. The 27th
ballot resulted; Mayuard 41, R. L. Tay
lor 31, tsrignc ;, c. a. j antes 2, Samuel
Wawon 3. T. M. Jones. 2, Nathan Bran
don 1, Rose 3, Judge R, L. Caruthersl,
wiiiiam itanaoipn i. joraon fscokes 1,
W. C. Whitthorne 1, East 1. Etherridge
1. Twenty-eighth ballot: Mavnard 43.
Taylor 38 Caruthera 2. James, Jones 1
Brandon 1, Muse 1. Whitthorne 1. Ne
cessary to choice 46. Convention ad
journed until noon to-morrow. Both
parties are sanguine.
SAWYER IS WISCONSIN.
Milwaukee, Jan. 25. The two Houses
of the Legislature voted on United States
Senator to-day. The Republicans voted
for Philetiis Sawyer, and the Democrats
for James G. Jenkins.- The Houses will
meet in -joint convention to-morrow,
when the vote will be confirmed and
Sawyer declared formally elected.
MALLEY CHOSEN FROM TEXAS.
Galveston. Jan. 25. A "News" Aus
tin special says Malley was elected Sena
tor on the first ballot. The vote stood,
Senate. Malley. 22; Throckmorton, 8;
Davis (Rep.) 1. House. Malley, 51;
Throckmorton. 34; Davis, 5.
A Funeral procession of six or eight
carriages, at Buffalo, started on Thurs
day, the worst day of the storm, to go
to the cemetery. They were obliged, on
account of the drifts, to take the road
that runs along the lake shore, and slowly
plodded their way along what they sup
posed was the proper street. Finding
that they did not reach their destination,
they stopped after a while to investi
gate, and found to their horror that they
were one mile from land, out on the
frozen waters of Lake Erie. The ice was
thin and treacherous, and in their
bewilderment they hardly knew which
way to turn, but at last, with fear and
trembling and almost perished with cold,
they crept back to the shore and returned
with their dead to the city, to defer their
mournful errand to another day.
By awl means, Joe, get married, if you
have a fair show. Don't stand shivering
on the bank, but pitch rite in and stick
your head under, and the shiver is over.
There ain't any more trick in eating pea
nuts. Menny a man has stood shivering
on the shoar, until the river run out.
Don't expect to marry an angel; them
hev all been picked up long ago. Re
member, Joe, you ain't a saint your
Npoi,roh.Ohio, Jan. 2(1, 1881.
Corrected by H.H.Vocke: Bro.l ,
Wheat-New No. 1 .... , $
Corn per cwt.
Rye aud Oats 75&!n
Favorite Flourpcr sack..
Napoleon Mills xxx per sack
Napoleon Mills xx per sack
Voeke's x per Hack
Napoleon Favorite Flour per bbl..
Rye Flour per saik
Buckwheat Flour per sack
Bolted Meal per sack
Oats and Corn Chop per cwt
New York Salt per bbl
Screenings Chopper cwt
Michigan Salt per bbl
Buckwheat Brand per bushel
Corn at the Distillery
Corn at the Mill
New corn at distillery period IbB...,
New corn at Mill per 100 lbs
Flour, Feed and Grain.
Corrected weekly by J. Roller & Co. I
Wheat, No. 2, Bed
Corn per cwt
Patent Flour persack
Koller'sHome Trade Flour persack
(toiler's Dog Leu Flour persack
Rye Flonr persack
Bolted Meal persack . H
Corn and Oats Chops per cwt
Bran per cwt.... M
Salt per bbl
Pluster Hair per bu .,.,
Blacksmith Coal per Ton -.
Buckwheat per Back
Clover Seed.. ..,.. -.
Corrected weekly by II. E. Oary & Co.
Apples, green, per bu fai?48
Apples, dried per lb 3(rto
EKB per dozen 22
Feathers, Live Ueese flBlMHO
Onions per 1U ;.ntKfnl.4()
New Potatoes WSSO
Beans per bu 751 26
Salt, Coarse Bock, per bbl a 10
Salt, Common, per bbl , 125
Salt, Fine Table, per sack 1020
Beef, front quarter ,
Beef, hind quarter , 5()8
Chickens, llve4c dressed 45
Tiirkeys.liveSc dressed 116(17
Geese each 40
To Nervous Surrerers-The Great
European RemedyOr. J. B. Simp
son's Specific Medicine.
It is a positive oura for Spermatorrhea, Seminal
Weakness, Impoteucy, and all diseases resulting from
Self-Abuse, as Mental Anxiety. Loss of Memory,
Pains in Back or Hide, and diseases that lead to Con
ity and an early
Medicine is being
used with wonder
free to all. Write
for them and get
Price. pei. per package, or six packages
furta.no. Address Bll.orders to
J. B. SIM PflON MEDICINK CO.,
No. 108 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Sold in Napoleon by J, ('. Saur and all druggists
NOTICE is hereby given that a petition will be pre
sented to the Commissioners of Henry oounty, at
their next session, Marob A. !., 1881, praying for the
Vacation of a County road on the following line, to
wlt : Beginning about 30 rods north of the south-east
corner of the northwest quarter of section No. thirty
one (31 , town six (6) north, range eight (8) east, run
ning thence west parallel with the half aeoilon line of
said section about eighty (80) roils, thence north a
distance of about fifty rods, thence west to the town
ship line road between Liberty and Washington town
ships and there to terminate. AU In Washiugtou
township, Honry county, Ohio.
' Principal Petitioner.
Liberty Center, Jan. 11th, A. D., 18111. janlV-U
The undersigned will offer at public auction at their store in
Jan. 29t!i &
At 10 A.
Consisting of a
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ready
Made Clothing, Underwear, G-loves, Mit
tens, Notions, Fancy Goods, Carpets,
Oil Cloths, Ruggs, Matts4 etc.
Having bought very heavy last fall and having still a very large stock on
hand, we desire to reduce the same. We will give the people of Henry and
adjoining counties a rare opportunity to
Get Goods at Their Own Prices and a Line of
Goods Seldom Offered at Auction.
Terms of Sale Cash,
D. & J. WILSON.
Lee Drummond, Auctioneer.
Xapoleon, Ohio, January 26, 1881. '
I bny my ProTlsIona of
vary & t:o.
Are now offering to the
Never before offered in Napoleon. Our stock of
QUEENS, GLASS AND
is complete in every respect, and our
is the largest in the city, comprising everything
Useful and Ornamental,
Our Majolica Ware
Is much adiuired and our sales have been immense.
Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Spices, Canned Goods, Tobaccos
Always the best to be had m the market. Call and see us.
H. E. CAEY (Sc CO.
K each day.
stock of over
general stock of
I don't, behold
trade and public a stock of
Tka udenajaad respectfully inform the public that they have opened aGroaary and Prortatoa store, with
" ENTIRE NEW STOCK!
la iU j5EW ROOH, 2d door South of F. F. SHOWER'S Harness Shop,
where they will keep
and eva-ythlng usually
The EigMt Harket Price
If lairlte eT'rrfcetlr to call and
A Complete Stock of Silver and
Gold and Silver batches.
Nice stock ol Gold and Settings,
Needles for all kinds of Sewing Ma-
worK warranted. Weare soleagt s
for the celebrated Johnston Spec
tacles, the best in the world.
- . UREASE BROS.
A MANUAL OF DOMESTIC
liy Physicians and Burgeons of the principal
Containing a f uU treatment of all the diseases of man
kind (save what is termed female or olass diseases)
with the best treatments and remedies known to the
medical profession of the world and combining full
In 1060 Solid Pages.
SOLD BY SUBSCRIPTION.
Bound in Cloth, $5.00. Library Style, $0.00.
C. F. BEATTFOBT, Agt.
Wagon and Blacksmith
South Side of Kiver, Napoleon, Ohio.
Manufacturers of CarrUffeit, BuijffieB, Snriua and
Lumber Wagons. Also repairing and repainting
aouo at reaBonaow rates, norm snoeing a specialty,
duna v. n.irr, proprietor.
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
.J. II. FOSTER
Has established a new llverr in the quarters formerly
occupied by E. T. Barnes, just north of the Miller
House, where lie will keep teams for hire at low rates,
and do a general feeding and livery business.
In connection with the obove a hack line will be
run to and from all trains. Parties wishing to lie
convoyed to or from the depot can leave orders at the
Darn or at the Merchant's Hotel.
Napoleon, Ohio, Oct. 27, lHSIMyr.
IWIHH to Hay for the public lieiirtH that I am pre
pared to furuifh C interna of any dimtmtiou on
They shall be made of goad material und I will abo
furnfah Coal Tar at a nominal price. They will be
f uncalled for eight dollars letm than former priced.
And I do not hesitate to nay if properly put lu they
are much more durable than a Cement Clittern, from
the fact the Cement Cihtern in quite liable to be injured
by front while the pine Cistern is not.
Kept. 9f l&tO.-tf J. W. HUDSON.
t U copdiqa, wits Sair-AdfoMlw
1 fisllin oMUr.adutaln.lf til
I pMom ol lb. bo.iT. walk tbi
Pa! Il Q tb. me dtmms St th.
with lbs FlBgsn With ligbt
tnmm tlis lhtnl.li hM -.!
I'v-H nljbt. and a radical cw.ctruln. ill. cmt, dv&Ui
adcv4p. Scotbysu U Cireolin fe-
EGGLSTOa TBUS3 CO., Culcl- , .U
0. ajpj sv gpjjjhusluess now before the public
Wu r piTrVou can make money faster at
J Wm I work for us than at anything els
II F mM I Capital not required. WewiUstarl
laf bjT I you. il'Jt a day aud upwards made
at home by the industrious. Men.
women, boys and girls wanted everywhere to work for
us. Now ia the time. Von can devote, von whole
time to tlie work, or only your spare momenta. No
other business wiupay jou nearly aa well. No on
willing to work can fail to make enormous nav br en
gaging at onoet Costly Outfit and terms free. A
great opportunity lor making money easily and
honorably. Address Tatta k Co., Augusta, Maine, ly
week In yonr own town. Mi Ontflt free.
No risk. Header, if yon waut a business
at whioh persons of either aexoan make
areas nav all the time thev work, wrtfcs for
particulars to H. Hauitt Co Portland Main, ly
a general assortment of
found in a store of this kind.
Paid for Country Produc.
nee us and examine our roods.
Cloclis .of all Kinds.
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARK .The Great Kn-TRADI MARK
gusn nemeay. An
unfailing oure for
Seminal W e a k
and all Diseases
that follow as a
sequence of Self-
Abuse: as Loss
nf Memnrv. TI.il-
BEFORE TAKINQa'ersal Lassitude, AFTER TAKING.
Pain in the Baca, Dimness of Vision, Prematura Old
Age, and many other Diseases that lead to Insanity or
Consumption and a Premature Grave.
I.f"Full naviculars in our namuhlet. wMnh wa da.
sire to send free by mail to every one. :The Spari
ne Medicine is sold by all druggists at (1 per package,
or six packages for $5, or will be sent free by mail ou
nwin oi me money, oy auaressmg
THE OBAY MEDICINE CO.,
No. 180 Main St., Buffalo, N.T.
Sold In Napoleon by D.J. Humphrey and all druggists
for FA RU
Can secure the bet in Henry County, conveniently
situated, well timbered at fair price and easy terms, by
ualllng on or addressing .
HA AO it BAOAN,
det!0-'80tf Napoleon, rienry Co., O.
To make a quart, of' Medicine guaranteed to cure
Humors of the Blood, Dyspepsia, Liver Troubles,
Kidney Weakness, or Oeneral Debility, sent by mail,
post-paid, for 25c, or IS packages for gl. Address
J. ALOMZO (iltKKNK, Iudian Doctor,
81(1 Pine St., St. Louis, SS.i.
History oi the United States
Under the Constitution.
VOLUME I. 1783-1801-
l Volume 2 is nesrly resdy.i
A Htaudsrd History of the United Slates from the
United. .Mates from the period which Mr. Bancroft has
occupied with his wellknown work. Vol. I sent by
mall, post-paid, nptra receipt of price ($3), by all ,
booksellers or by the publishers, W. H. A O. H.
MOIUUSON, Law Booksellers and Stalioners, m
I'euu'aave. u. w., Washington, D. C.
PLAYS! PLAYS! PLAYS! PLAYS!
For lloadtiig Clubs, for Amateur Theatricals. Tem
perance l'lays, Drawing-Ttdora .l'lays, Fairy' Plays,
lithiopiau Plays, Guide Hooks, flpeakurs, Pautomiuie.
Tableaux IJglits, Magnesinm Lights, Colored 1'llr,
Bnr:it s:rk, I'heatrieal Face Preparations, Jarley's
Waa Worth. Wigs, Beards and Muustaohes at reducail
prices. (.oHtumes, Scenery, - Charades. New cata
logues sent free containing full description and prices.
tiAMUKl, FaxiuiH (.Sjh, :m K. UthHtreet, New York.
A YEAH and expenses to agents, Outfit
Free. Address P. O. V1CKKUY, Augusta,
VnilNC UICM tMm Telegraphy! Kara JIKI to Jioua
lUullO nlLH mouth. Oraduates guaranteed pay
ing utttnea Address Valkktin Bros., Janesvule, Wis.
Newspaiier Advarelslng Buresu, IV Spruce lit., N. Y.
Having the utmost oonfidence in its superiority over
all others,and after thouasnds of tests of the most oom
nllcated and severest oases we oonld Una. we feel jus-
ttfled in offering to forfeit One Thousand Dollars for
any case of coughs, colds, sore tnroal, uinnenza,
hoarseness, bronchitis, ooummiptian, in its early stages
whooping oough and all diseases of the throat aud
lungs, exospt Asthma, for which we only claim relief,
that we caut enre with West's Cough Hyrnp, when
taken aocordlns to directions. Bauiple bottles IX and
SO oents ; large bottles one dollar. Uennine wrappers
only in blue. Sold by all druggists, or sent by e
preaa on receipt of price. JOHN C. WKKT A CO,
sole proprietors, W1H3 W. Madlsou st, rhicag...
Ill, For sale by D. J. Humphrey.. luclr.fMNMy-ttw