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THE DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST; Till? USD AY JANUARY 27. l8iT
FU aad Fia. '
& & tmr gabUs.
8. & imt Stilts.
Eim tWa) m rpot aril! tarn wken it
U trodden upon, j
There ia much pmokt in aom f (be
tobaccalureata epeeche ,
It ad to think the peacock can be to
fowl aod jh o fair. .. ;
Do a you cotMcianct) dictate aid 70a
will aot k far aatity; -v .
Jadgeaot from appearance bat 70a
mia-M erf m joar: judgment.
Han; a broth ol a hoy haa Uea rtdoced
to a tup at 1 at ianin. .
It require very email tponga to wipe
oat a big political elatev ! ?.
The ladte at Mount Deaert earr .Ipan
atock and rd umWllae.
Tbe mathematioaa aiu ia bia atudy
thinking of the tinea of tbe tioiea.
Farming don t pa, eayi tbe man who
panda hia time at the jrron-ahop. .
. What we are at tbe end of thia life we
thall I e when the next begine. .'
Qneationa may be framed without the
ataiatance of a cabinet maker. .
' The pawnbroker ia not a hermit but
he leada a loneome existence for all
that. , .
Of all the quacks ia thia world the
religioaa one-ia the worst. Joseph
Hints for YMng Housekeepers.
Every closet and room in a houae should
be thoroughly iotpected once a week.
Newly ground" floor which has never
been packed ia -' very superior to barrel
flour. 'J . '
In roarting meat do not salt before
potting in the oven, as salt 'extracts the
juice. ' i
In worm weather put your eggs in
.cold water; changing the water every
nierning. ",' V. i '
A true teac for eggs is to drop them in
water, and it tlie large end comes up they
1 ate not fresh. : .
I Hunt wrapped in thick brown paper
and-packed in a barrel of wood ashes in
it he cellar w:ll keep all summer.
To test nutmegs pick' them with a pin.
and if they are good the oil will instantly
spread around the punctures. -
Baraoap when flnt bought should be
cut in square pieces and' put in a dry
place. It lasts better after shrinking.
All fish ekin should he washed, dried
thoroughly, cut in small bits and put in
a box or a paper bag, to use in settling
; New Orleans or other good brown sugar
is, best for raised fruits and wedding
eaten, it snouia oe coarse-grained and
Al way a prepare Sunday's dinner on
Saturday if possible, tliat aamaatica mav
-tnjoy the Sabbath day privilges as well
us vuotmu. -
1 . The amaU white sago called pearl ia the
tfThe-ka?e -brown, kind- n-.a
silhj"latav It should always be kept
ma eovered Jalr or box. ;
. Salt cod shoe Id ba kept in a dry place
w here the ador of itr will not penetrate
to other parts of the house. The best
kind is that which is called dum, from
its peculiar color.
- Railway Signal Code or the U. S.
One whistle signifies 'down brakes.'
; Two whistles signifies Sjff brakes.'
Three whiatlea signifies 'backup.'
Continued whistles signifies danger.'
'. Rapid short 'whistles 'a cattle alarm.'
Downward motion of the hands with
extended arms signifies 'stop.'
Beckoning motion with one hand
signifies baek.' ,j
Red flag waiad iovet the track siz-.
nifies 'danger.', '5 .
t Red flag stack by the roadside sig
nifies1 'danger ahead.'
Red flag-carried on locomotive sig
nifies engine following.'
- Red Bag hoisted at a station is a sig
nal to Stop. , t
, Lantern at night raised and lowered
vertically is a signal to start.
Lantern swung across the track is a
signal to stop, .
'.. Lantern swung in a circle signifies
'back the traiu,' ;
S Weol the prwent day are mere "Toni
Thumbs," when compared with the ihdi-
vidualities of antiquity."
; The Giant Galbara, brought from Ara
bia to Rome, under Claudius Caesar,
: was near ten feet.
. ; ' Funnman, who lived in the" time of
Eugene II. measured eleven feet and a
. 'half. '" . '": i .
S The Chevalier Scorge, in his voyage to
j . the Peak of Tencriflt, found in one of the
: caverns of that mountain the skull of a
: i Gaunce, which had eighty teeth, and it
, was supposed that his bqdy was not less
than fifteen feet long! , :
Th criant FemiiMls. alnin liv Arlanrln.
nepuew- to Charlemagne, was eighteen
In 1684, near jSt. Germain, was found
the tomb of the Giant Isoret,," who was
twenty feet hih. , . .. , .
vWion whose skull held a bushel of corn,
and whose bod must have been eighteen
feet long! : i 4 , '
Plaierus saw at Lucerne the hu
man bones ot a subject nineteen feet
long. . - '..,,'. --v. . v.'-- .,
The Giant Buart was twenty -two and
a half feet h igh 1 His bones were found in
1700, near ,th banks of the river Mdderi.
A Foolish Mistake. ,
. ; Don't make the mistake of confounding
a remedy of acknowledged merit with
the numerous quacli medicines that are
how so common We speak fromt exper
ience when wesay that barker's Giniror
aonic w bt Bcerusg awisa restorative and
will do all that M claimed ; for it. We
have used it oawlves with tbe happiest
WIBASU.ST.LOUUA PACIfIC 'T
.r 1,11 lif.
l.ae " liaal
1 i. Par itr k.Tfc.i u
1 J, Way freight
ww&av m 4 .
, t.lftn.,EipiwacT. t,M.4aai
' 4, AtlamirlvxaraM. ,1 " '
" 1 Fxp r ,. 4 07 i,0fm
"U.ki.Iii k.ia " l.lbmm
So. tatoia at Ubxrly, Whit Hum tad Soatk
Tokda obIt, bmwi Hainlm Hid TolMla. Mo.
booom bmniu t iinn MM Tulmlo. No. S
n at DtAaM. iMam 4 asettoa, CsoU Mid Ant-
will ba dMdud
Time Canl 5e. 2 Taking Effect Jan.
10. 1 99V.
So. t Ho. I
STATIONS. Mo. 2. No. 4.
A. H. P,
t 00 4
M oontaoa .
Fort Jennings. H
11 SO i
F. Ma J
12 30 4 00
11 0 I
Delphoa ....... .
, 12 13
. 12 00
. 11 08
, til Ot
. HI 4T
. 10' 10
. S 4D
. 9 34
. 9 15
13 A. M.
No. 15. No. 1 SOfTTHEBN No. 2. No.M.
au'd ail DIVISION. mx'd. mfce.
M, - Am X. A. H . V.
4 00- 2 ij Dolphoi H 45 5 45
7 10 Mianee Craning.. 8 30
No. 8. No. 8.
M lAEl. mx'd
.. 11 06 5 60
. 9 15 ' 4 00
No. 7. No.5
V. M. i. V.
1 42 6 55
3 40 8 50
All trains ran daily. Hundara excentAd. Rtan nn
R. O. BUTLER, Oenl Sunt.
W. W.RHODES, On'l PaaHoger Agent.
Coltmrt)iis& Toledo Railroad
The SHORT ROUTE BETWEEN -
L AKK ERIE
, . AND THE
Taking Effect January lat, 1881.
Thtas Paesenger Trains Daily, (Sundays excepted.)
:. Mail and
iblumbits Exp. Kxpreas. Aocommd'n
5:00a.m. 10:40a.m. 6:55 p.m.
-tiiaoaax llinna.m.1 7 lie
Marion ; .
10:45 . .
8:58 a. m.
7:45 12:20 ninht,
Columbus S :30a.m. 12:110 p.m.
to:00 p. m.
Toledo 10:80 5:05 .
Detroit.... 1:30p.m. 8:15p.m.
Through roaches botweed DETROIT and COLUM
BUS on both Express Trains.
' All truius arriving in Toledo, via other lines, make
close connections with the South bound trains of the
Columbus and Toledo K. R; 1
Direct oonnections made m Union Depot at Colum
bus for Newark, Zanesvlllei Pittsburgh, Wheeling,
Baltimore, Washington aod Phtladelphia; also for
Dayton, Cincinnati, Louisville, and'all points South
and SouthweBt. -m- - . ',f . f
Pullman Drawing Room and Sleeping Cars from
Columbus to Baltimore, Washington and Philadelphia,
without chauge. .
Trains will arrive and depart from Toledo at Colum
bus and Toledo Railroad Company's Depot, Water
Street foot of Mulbery. .
W. H. HARRISON, Gen'l Ticket Agent.
: ORLAND BMITtl, Gen'l Hup'U
The Great Through Car Route to
Missouri, ' ;
"; Kansas. ; : -Nebraska,
No Change of Cars From
St.lLouis, Kansas City, Han-
nibal.St Joseph, Quincy and
So Change o( Cars From
CT I DIIK! Til i Kansas iry, St Joseph, Omaha
Itli LUUIU I U I uttumwa.
Mai Jt, Iks fi Pacific
has no KMliinAMT cabs. EvjtRVnoDT rides in Elegant
Parlor Ooaches nicely upholstered andcarpoted. Bag
gage cheeked through tp desnation1 ' ' 1
tyf Don'tforget the above inducements, given hly
by tms great una, ana wnen ypu ga . ,t ,. , ,
WestotttliwesJi,, N arth or. Northwest,
Don't accept any ticket unless it reads over the " ;
Wabash, St. Loui &'Pacife iVy.
For Routes, Bates, Elegant Haps of the Western
Country, and any infomnatioiyou may desire, in .re
gard to going west, please aaoress .. ,
- lartAii. fatURT Airai
Or J. K. WITHERS, i ;
Ticket Age nt, Napoleon, Ohio,.
HABIT CURED without nain In two
weeks. Not ono cent pay till cared.
Dr. II. B. liKMUAi, Uiubmond, Ind.
w only, bMm Ntpoim mi tat
IS OBd 'J3 MO fMtK&tS Mid BO MffHWfM
far UiaMtnlaa. Ho.mmi Inia dulr,
duly oBoapt SsBdu;.
PnTSBURGH, FT. WAtlfE k CHI
I Mo. I. No, 7. I N..1. , No t.
12 06. a' t,u.a' i.cp 7.ao pa
l.laaw It lt" 2 66'
t .ai i. it.. .16" it.ja .
.' ais j.i"
t.&6 8.4" t.2t ....
7. 25 it t.46 1. aa
7.5 . .8 1. "
' 8.18" 11. 2"
I.4f t.M' I2..T3.S1 -
I.16P 12.OH.ai 1.40
j 8.48" t 2.50.. 4.af " -
I 7.t" I t.04 ' 8.00" t.4t "
No. 2. No. 1. 1 No. 4 I No. (
at ' dm KalAU E IitUit
t 40 p
... I .2S
it anun! t.ao
7.3APM 12.40 - I 6.40AM 12.06PM
atPM l.lVlMi 7.20- 188 "
IbOtPM t.67 9,23 - I 2.28 "
11.45 - '4.28 - '11 28 4.00 '
2 Mam 2.10 8.22 p m
US - 7.30. 2.16pmI 7.SU "
NOTE. Noa. 9 and 8 and Not. 8 and 4 'ran daily.
Train No. 8 leavae Pittabnrgh daily, except ttaturday.
i rain no. a leaves unuago aauy, exoept Baturday.
All other Trains run daily, exoept tinnday.
r . a. Al x kb .
(Jen. Pass, 4 Ticket Agent, Pittaburg
Worth Vstern Ohio
OPERATED BY THE PEX5A. CO.
CONDENSED TIME TABLE.
G( INO A8T..
No. 2. No. 8. Tiffin An'n.
DAILY. U.II.T. DAILY.
Ex.snnd'y Ex.fn'y Ex 8und'T
,.i.esve .iu p.m. .a a.m.
Vernon .. ,
8 42 -
7 811 -T.68
8.16 a.m. 7.30
t8 80 - 11.55p.m.
42.35 PM 4.1USJU
6.20 p.ni 7J0 -7.52
8.45 ' 7.40 -8.25
0.00 a.ur. 6.00p.m.
No.l. N.7. Tiffin Ac'n.
tTATIOSS. DAILY. DAILY. DAILY.
Ex.Sun. Ex.Sun - ExSun
Pittsburg Leave 12-05 a.m. 9.15 a.m..........
MansAeld... - ' 6.45 a.m. 6.10 p.m
Vernon 7.28 8.42 ..
Carrolliere.... 8.10 7.20
Bloomvllle... . " 8.25 7.85
liockaway.... - 8.32 7.42
Swaaders 8.38 7.47
Tiffin -.. - 8.50 - 7.59 7.00a.m.
Bettsville 9.15 8.23 7.2a.m '
Woodville 9.58 9.05 ' 8.K,a.m
Toledo.......... Arr 10.40a.m 9.50p.m. 9.00a.m.
-The onlyllne running the celebrated Pull
man PuUce Hotel nd Sleeping Cam from Mans
Seldto Pittsbunr. Baltlinoi. Washinston. Philn-
deiphiaand New York. Through ticketsand bag-
augecuevKBio au poiniseasc.
i . B. M YEBS.Gen.TlcketAg't
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
Time Card In Effect Dec. 19. 1886. ' :
Leave cm. a.m.
Cbicags 4 06 7 50
p. m . "" '
11 4811 19
, 4 09
4 55 1 20
Coin in bus..'...
. 8 10
5 13 6 05
. 5 51 . 2 22
S 45 5 20
, 9 15 6 05
A rrive r
... 9 45
.. 8 05
.. 8 40
Chicago Chicago Chicago
Fast Ex. Mull.
. : Line.
9 15 11 15
10 00 11 60
11 06 1 02
12 08 2 07
12 59 3 17
2 00 4 30 7 25
3 30 8 10 9 15
3 43 8 25
4 08 8 48
4 40 9 25
12 25 3 30
2 20 4 45
8 11 5 52
8 27 8 06
4 33 7 21
4 57 7 48
8 08 9 19
7 00 10 00
New York...:.. 7 00
Philadelphia.. 9 35
Baltimore 12 40
Wash. City 1 50
... 1 30
... 2 10
Baruesville 3 10
Cambridge 4 04
KatiesvilJe 5 01
Newark 8 00
Columbus......; 7 40
. Leave ,
Columbus ... 4 20
Newark 8 20
Mt. Vornoii 7 II
Frederick 7 27
Manatteld 8 3:1
Shelby June. 8 59
Chicago June. 9 40.
TtlhH 10 48
Fostoria 11 22
Deshler 12 30
Defiance 1 33
Auburn June, 8 15
Unrrelt 3 30
ArrlveChicugo 8 50
Note on Running of Trains.
East Bound New York Fast Line dally, entire train
runs through from Chicago to Baltimore. Pullman
sleepers attached. New York Express daily on C. O.
Div. and main line, other div. daily, except Sunday.
Pullman sleeping car Chicago to Cumberland, Parlor
oar Cumberland to Baltimore. Moil runs daily.' Pull
man sleeping oar Grafton to Baltimore.
West Bound. Chicago fast line daily, entire train
runs through from Baltimore to' Chicago." Pnlhnan
sleepers attached. , Chicago express runs daily on CO.
and L.B. Divisions, on other divisions daily, exoept
Sunday; Pullman sleeperChicago Junction toChlca
go. ' . ........... i ...
Mail runs dally on main line and C. O Division, on
other div. daily, exoept Sunday. .
, Pullman sleeping car Cumberland to Sandusky, ex
oept Saturday. All other trains daily, eqcept Sunday.
.; L. M.COLE, ft, T. AM Baltimore.
. i W. E. BEPPEBT, Pass. Agt. Columbus,
' C. K. LORD, Gen. Pass. Agt, Baltimore.
7 C. H. HUDSON, Supt. Trans, Ohio Dlv.,
" - ," ... Chicago.
W. v H. Stockman,
;f ' HealEstate Eeler J
.' - i'-i. ' ; . Buys and Sells , :
Ditch Contracts .and Bonds
Witb G.W.Gardner 4 Son,
- NAPOLEON, OHIO. 11-80-17
Ib Htauj sasmty Coart of Coaaaaoa riawa.
txa KUN oaa of aatd defeBoeats sua aetloa
nd waosa plaea of riiidaaoa sad wnisaa hums
ManaaowaloaaldplaUina. will taao
aaidSrosra Aaanwan, plauuta' andaiMdMof Do
aneaaoanty, ukio, oa IBaltaa day of Dosaabr, a.
v, iiw.1, bim at. peuuoo ut uw Conrt of Camaaoa
Pleat wtMUB and far aasd osaaty of Hwy at aatd
Wats of Uaio, aaaliaa Mat aatd Aadraw Pstaraoa, Ida
BUM Petanua and OUa aUlag, defeodsata, aetttng
fUftbthOBtk4tfedByof Jauuary, la7R, at Wood
eooaty, Ohio, laoaald ABdrow Psteraoa aad hia wife,
Ida Pat b, gavo aaaortaawa to oaa Mia dwaatoa
oa that fan o(thaaSoftlMBwofttia aw a of
eeaooa,u township a aorUireawo 8 seat, m Htory
oonBty, Ohio, which uasaottli of la Maaaoald, Cold
water aad Lake Mtanlaaa Railroad Una, sontaulnf
twenty Bares of land mora or Im, to eaeuro the p. Br
BMBtof tlOIaearvdlngtooFrtamaotasrafmedtD in
said mnflg... fh an rti. Irrl rt. . n IhmI lTa
Said Andrew ram a and hia wife, Ida Elba Psterson.
favaineareeriain otbar aaortmgo oa ins )il isiilais
above described to one Andrew M . aaderaoa to aoonro
the paynnut of )S0O aosording to a osrtala aoto t.
Isrrad utn aald mortgage', that autas too axacatlOB of
said mortgages the said Andrew Peterson and Ida
Ellen Peterson have duly eonvryed aald pranuoae to
said OUa filing, and that aald plain Oft- ia nowtha legal
owner and holder of all the aoUs and aaurtgages in
aald petition sat forth and orartna that said defen-
fentt may pay aald eeveral sums of money bow
ouunea-so oeaue, smonnnng n f7, Dgetlier wlta
the intaMst thereon, or that said nremiaea mav ba aold
topay taeaama, aod the aaid One Kilng la furtner
noiinea tnat ne u rsqnind to appear and answer said
petition on or bsfors the third Saturday after the 81th
day of February, 1881.
t. R.TYLER, Plaintiff. Atty.
Napoleon, 0.,Jan. 12, 1881. (15.75 Janl3-et
AOMISISTKATOR'S MALE OF HEAL
IN puaeuancaof an order of the Probata Conrt of
Henry eonnty, Ohio, I will offer for aale at nubile
auction on the 29th day or January, 1881, at 111 o'clock
A. M., upon the premise, the following described real
estate situate ia the oouaty of Henry and State of Ohio,
to-wit : The north half of the north half of the south
half of she east half of the eoutheaat quarter of section
nine, township four north, range aevn east, contain
ing ton aerea of land more or less.
Appratwd at t:ion.
Terms of aale Omvthird iu hand, one-third to on.
year and one-third in two years from the day of aale
with Interest; deferred payments to be secured by
mortgage on premises sold.
JOHfl H. M18B8,
'- Adm'r. of Dsvld Benner, deo'd.
Haag k Bagao. Atty'a
Napoleon, ()., Jan. 4, 1881. $5.00 jan6-4t
Notice to Contractors.
BIDS will be reoeivea up to Feb. 1st, 19 o'clock
noon, by the bnlldlna committee of St. Aiunistine's
Church, Napoleon, Henry Co., Ohio, for the erection
of a brick church on lota 101 and 102, according to
apecincations, pl.nn and working drawinga prepared
lor aaiu enuraa ny Alex. xoung, architect, Toledo,
O., and on file at the residence of the Bev'rd. M. Pita,
1st. For excavation- all earth to remain on pre
mises soeording to direction.
2d. For Bubble Masonry according to specifications.
3rd. For all brick and brick work complete.
4th. A41 cut stone work, aaahown on detailea draw
ings front steps excepted.
5th. For all carpenter aud joiner work and f urniah
Ing pint material He, except Boor joists, girders
ceiling and flooring joists.
6th. For all galvanlzediron, tin and slating.
7th. For furnishing and building spire.
Also for said entire building oomnleto as far aa de
scribed according to plans, speclflcationa and draw
inga of above mentioned architect.
each bid must be accompanied bv a bond sinned
by at least two good and sufficient sureties conditioned
that the bidder will enter into contract and do aaid
work on securing sn swsrd.
All mas will oe sealed and deposited with the Rev'rd.
M. Pita, PsBtor.
Said building committee reserves the riant to reiect
any aud all bids.
President of Building Com.
Napoleon, Jan. 3, 1881. janO-lm
Dissolution and New Finn.
rp HE arm of C.C.Young A Co. have thia day die-
-S soiveo oy mutual consent, rartlee indebted to
ssid nrm will make immediate settlement by cash or
A. w. vasser and J . W. Hackett, succor sore to C.
C. Yousui A Co.. will continue aeneral blsoksmithlnir
and manufacturing of wagons and carriages aa hereto
fore and will be known bv nrm name Gaeeer a Hsckatt.
l ne paint department will be under control and
carried on by lbs eld and aooompliahed painter, M.
, , , A.W. OASSEB,
1 , ' J. W. HACKETT. .
LUierty Center, 0., Jan. 1,1881. jan6-4t
Henry L. Morey,
' Augustus W. Eckert, et.al.
Order of sale Henry County Court of Common
By virtue of an order of sale issued from the sbove
named court and to me directed as Sheriff of Henry
county, I will offer at public sale at the door of the
Court Houbc in Napoleon, Ohio, on
Saturday, February 19, 1881,
at the honr of 2 o'clock p. m., of said day, the f ollow
ing described real estate, situated ' in Uenry county,
Two hundred and eighteen snd one-half (21 84 ) acres
taken evenly off tbe south side of section . thirty-three
(33), in Richfield township, Henry county, Ohio, be
ing town four (4) north, range eight (8) east in said
county, and estimated to be the- south one-third (hi)
l"u iu, muii Bcvviuii vjiu riy-iuree aiuresBia
Appraisea at $3,oiiO.
Terms of sale Cash. .
, GEO. DAUM,
' ' Sheriff.
VI. Sb-phenson, Atiy for Plsintiff.
Napoleon, Ohio, Jan. 12, 1881. 8 70
William J. Fierrepont, ,
William A . Tressler et. al .
Order of Solo Henry County Court of Common Pleas.
By virtue of an order of sale Issued from the above
named Court and to me directed as Sheriff of Henry
county, I will offer at public sale at the door of the
Court HouBe, in Napoleon, Ohio, on
Saturday, January 29, 1881,
at the hour of 1 o'clock, P. M., of said day, Uio follow
ing described real estate, situated in Henry county,
Ohio, to-wit: .
The east part of the southwest qtiarter of section
number one (1 ), township number live (5), north of
range number alx (li) east, in Henry county, Ohio,
containing eighty five acres of land.
Appraised at SS.-Vi1).
Terms of Sale cash.
GEO. DAUM, Sheriff.
J. K. Osborn A J. H. Tyler, Attys for Plaintiff.
Napoleon, Ohio, Dec. 21, 1880. , $7.50
, Sheriff's Sale.
, Thomas S. Merrill
Andrew Pearsall, et. aL
Order of sale Henry County Court of Common Pleas
By virtue of an order of sale issued from the above
named court and to me directed as Sheriff of Henry
county, I will offer at Public Sale at the door of the
Court House, In Napoleon, Ohio, on
. Saturday, January 29, 1881,
at the hour of 1 o'clock, P M .,ofsiaidday, the follow
ing described real estate, situated lit Henry oouuty,
The south hslf of the west half of the northwest
quarter of section 38, in town 3, north range 8 east, in
Henry county, onio.
Appraised at $700.
Terms of sale cash.
GEO. DAUM, Shariff.
Martin Knupp, Atty for I'lalntiff.
Napoleon, O., Dec. 22, 1880. $8.20
MitrilTs Sale, .
Until Temple . . .
' . Vfl.
David Patten and Elisabeth Patten.
Vendi execution Henry County Court of Common
... Pleas. : , ,
Bv virtue of a vend! execution issued from the
above named court and to tne directed as Sheriff of
Henry county, I will offer at Public Sale at the door
of the Court House, in Napoleon, Ohio, on
Saturday, January 29, 1881, .
at the hour of 1 o'clock. P. M of Bald day, the follow
ing described real estate, situated in Henry county,
The west half of the north half of the northeast
tuarter of section twenty-nine (29). town six (6), north
range eight (8) east, situated in Henry oounty, Ohio,
lees five lures out of (he southeast corner of the above
described tract. , i
Appraised at $ -. , . . ; ,,
Terms of sale cash,
, GEO. DAUM, Sheriff. -
A-!t. Tvler. Attv for Plaintiff. ' .
Napoleon, O.,, Deo, 22, 1880. . , $7.10
Monep to Loan.
PERSONS desiring to borrow MONEY on long time,
orto sell first-class PAPEU. should call on 8. J.
THOMAS, at Stephenson's Law Office, Napoleon, 0.
no lire insurance required. myv-um
Tat Board at School Examtnera ai Hsary
aaaty.Ohio.will held meetings ! txata.
laatlaasfAppallcaalt for taachert eartlleatal.a
At the CaUa ScbmI Haase Is Ja-
poteoB, Oblo, tne third Satardaj
ia Mareh mat the tlrst aad third
Satordaja la April aad May, thalrat
Saturday la June, Jul aad Aifrast,
the 1st and Sd Satarday ia September
aad the 11 mt and third Satardayi in
October, the Brst aad third Satdays
la Nevember, and the brat Satardays
ia December, Jannarjand Fibruary.
Evldenea af good moral character wlilhc
required 'of allcandidates. Tbaievidenreteht
a personal knowledge o I theexamlnerKan earn
ing tbe applicant, or acertl Beats olgood uiorai
MRS. SUE. WELSTED, J-Exam in
leb20-; JOHN H. UUUNUNO.J
The) Most Successful Psm.rlv aver
discovered, ss it is oertain in its effect and does not
biister. Also excellent for human flesh. HEAD
From a Prominent Physi
Wsshingtonville, Ohio, June 17, 1880.
Dr.B. J. Kendall A Co., Gents: Reading your
advertisement in Turf, Field and Farm, of Kendall's
Spavin Cure, and having a valuable aud speedy Horse
which had been lame from spavin eighteen montha, I
sent to you for a bottle by express, which in six weeks
removed all lameness and enlargement and a large
splint from another horse, snd both horses are u-day
as sound ss oolts. The one bottle wss worth to me
one hundred dollars. Respectfully yours,
H. A. Brrtolett, M. D.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE,
ABhland, Schuylkill County, Pa., June 3rd, 1880.
Dr. B. J. Kendall It Co., Oents : A case of spavin
that came under my observstion was entirely cured
byone bottle of your Kendall's Spavin Cure, and the
Horse sold af terwardB for two hundred dollars.
"The" Druggist ' Gbtas. H. Basnard.
t Statement Made
To Whom It Mat Conoibs. Iu the year 187S I
treated with Kendall's Spavin Cure, a bone spavin of
several months' growth, nearly half aa large aa a
hen's egg, snd completely stopped the lameneBS and
removed the enlargement. I have worked the horse
ever since vsry hard, and he never haa been lame, nor
could I ever see auy difference in the slae of the hook
Joints since I treated him with Kendall's Spavin Cure.
B. Jk QAINES.
Kiiosburnh Falls. Vt.. Feb. 2S 1870: -
Sworn and subscribed to before ma thia 2Jth day of
JOHN a. JENNE. Justice of the Peace
Kendall's Sparta Cure on
Patten's Mills, Washington Co., N. Y., Feb. 21, 1878.
B.J. Kendall, M. D . : Dear sir, The particular case
on which I used your "Spavin Cure" was a malignant
ankle sprain of Bixteen mouth.' standing. I had tried
many things, but in vain. Your "Spavin Cure" put
the foot to the ground again, and, for the first time
since mirt, in a natural position, if or a family lini
ment it excels anything we ever used.
Yours truly, HEV. M. P. BELL,
Pastor M. E. Church, Patten's Mills, N. Y.
Is sure in lis effects, mild in its action as it does not
blister, and yet It is penetrating and powerful to reach
any deep seated pain or ro remove any oony growtn or
any other enlargement, if used for several days, such
as spavins, spiiuts, curbB, callous, sprains swellings,
any lameuesB aud all enlargements of the joints or
limbs, or rheumatism in mun and for any purpose for
which a liniment is UBed for man or beast. It is now
known to be the best Unimeut for man ever used, act
ing mild and yet certain hi its effects. It is UBed full
strength with perfect safety at all seasons of the year.
Send address for Illustrated Circular, which we think
gives positive proof of its virtues. No remedy has
ever metwith such unqualified success, to our knowl
edge, for beast as well as man.
Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $8. ALL
DRUGGISTS have itorcauget it for you, or it will
be sent to any address on receipt of prioe by the propri
etors, Dll. B. J. KENDALL & CO.,
Enosburgh Falls, Vermont.
Sold toy all Druggists,
Napoleon Planing Mills.
Reiser, Shoemaker & Stockman
Would announce to their frieudu that they have pur
ch&fled the well-knowii Factory of Ulrich & TreBeler, at
the lower end of town. Whare they will keep a large
aeeortmeutof the beat
Viz.: Lumber, Shingles, Lath, Doors, Bash, Blinds,
Window aud Door Frames and every thing found in a
first-class factory - ,:
2Sf All at bed-rock prions.
WswlU buy Ash, Poplar, Cottonwood and Walnut
Lumber. 811,000 foot of each kind of Lutnuerjtaken in
exchange for work. -
Also 60 cords of Good Black Ash Shingle Bolts 3 ft.
2 in. leng at $2.60 per cord.
Highest market price paid for all kinds of lumber.
Call and see us at the old stand of Ulrich & Tressler,
where yon will always find Fred and Dave ready to aa
commodate you. :
. : . NAPOLEON PLANING MILLS.
Town I-sOt,. '"'
MME M0NEY & SAVE MONEY!
buying a Lot in L. O. RANDALL S Ad-
dltiontotue Town of Napoleon. . -
These Lots art beautifully situated, being
oonvenrent to Schools aad tilt Businas part 9
rue town,,. , , ,
Liberal Inducements ; ;
wtllbemadetd those purchasing for the pus
pu.eoiLioproviuvny Dunning... .
iori8rmt,r rices. Ac. ,enquireof
J L. . RANDALL
Feb, 20,'74-i'l , . ,
The Cincinnati Weekly Times
The banner weekly of Oie West, an eight-page pa
per oniy out aonar a year, and a magnificent engrav
ing "two feet wide and almost three feet long" free,
and postage paid to every eubsoriuer.. Address
WEEKLY TIM KB, Cincinnati, O. Jan-lm
Building Stone, Cot Stone, Brick
Masonry, Flagging, 4c ,
Aad Proprietor el
THE NAPOLEON STEAM
Foot of Washington Street, '
I would reanectftillv Intorm the uitisens al
Henry and adjoining counties that lam now
prepared to furnish them with!
Brick Hewer Brick,
Tile of Eeveiy Desired
Caliber by the Rod,
Call atthe Tara id Examine Stock
and l rices. .
Contracisforall fclaJ JL1,"" rc"t Tot't
sVPartpcan address me at Nanoleon . O. . or
they ean call upon meat mr residence on Wash.
IngtordtreetJcott's Addition. , iosyia-78
D om c s t i & Ma c h ine
GO TO " , P
GEORGE JSc JOES
The DomestlcisanexcoedlnKlysimnle Machine In oil
its parts and processes, snd it is easily understood,
familiarity witu its counmictlon is quicsiy acqiureu
and it needs but little practic or skill in Uie opei-aton.
The superior advantage of the Domestic are mainly
light-running, quietness, no cares or tear, wheels aro
mainly perfoct, double thread lock stitch, durability,
simplicity of construction and harduesB of wearing
parts. Keif threading shuttle, sell setting needle,
loose pulley for winding bobbins, automatic take np,
automatic tensions sewing from the finest to Hie
earnest thread without change of tttusiutiB ; vibrathig
motion of prusserfoot, under braiding attachment not
used by auy other Machine in theworldj In fact the
advantages of the Domestic are so numerous that mr
person can afford to purchase a sewing machine with
out nrst giving ine votnesuo a msi. :; .
Napoloon, O., April29, 1880.. iv ,
Wherr you will find Splendid Stock of
Clocks, ' ;
Gold, Silyer and
' Steel Spectacles,
Bracelets and Necklaces,:
' All Lata Styles. Also, the beet assortment of 1 .
and STEINGS ' ; r;'
III the market. t Sheet Mnslo ordered on short
1. '. notice. " ,
He is sole AgH for the,
All Good will be sold at lowest rates.
Store on Perry Street, betweeat
Canal and Eiver Bridges. :
Ja.I.80 if ,' v.