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THE DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST. THUKSDAY MARCH.!?. I81-
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LOCAL NEWS, &c.
John Tneisen, Jr.,wa in Toledo Wednes
day. Geo. Karhartsnd family removal lo l)e
liance. Mott Fisk vMiwI Toledo yesterday on
Mrs. Jet) Miller in visiting in St. 1 .011 is
Auditor Enne is spending a few days in
the Far West.
Mr. Smith of the m-thler Flaq w in
A. I Lesslck is now "going it alono" in
the law practice.
Our belter half and family are visiting
friends in Tifliii.
John Sidlinger and family will move on
a farm in Liberty township.
John W. Ulrieh, of Pomberville, visited
in Napoleon during the past week.
Kugono Dulles and Frank Heath ot Pel
la, Ohio, spent Tuesday in this city.
Treasurer Gidley spent several days at
bis old home in Damascus township last
Leroy Lemert of this place, who has
been visiting in Elizabeth, Ohio, for some
weeks, has returned.
Rev. 8. P. Spreng, former pastor of the
Kvangelioiit Church here, has been sta
tioned ut Columbus, Ohio.
Mr. L. G. Kellers, and wife, of Decatur,
Ind., who were visiting friends in this
place, returned home Tuesday.
A. II. Tyler attended the meeting of the
Grand Council ot Royal Arcanum at To
ledo Tuesday and Wednesday of this
Hon. W. D. Hill, now that his Congress
ional term is over, will settle at Defiance
and resume the practice ot law. Mr. Hill
has made a faithful member of Congress.
Rev. S. S. Eamertzfelder is the new
Kvangelical Minister to take charge of the
Napoleon church. We hope he may tind
it pleasant to live and labor in Napoleon.
Toledo Bee: Rev. S. M. Hague, wile
and daughter, of Napoleon, passed through
the city to-day, on their way to Huron.
Evidently, S. M. has been playing a
joke upon the newspaper innocents of the
"Future Gre'it." "Rev." is good.
Dr. Edwin B. Mauk has returned from
the Cleveland Medical College, of Cleve
land, from which he graduated. Mr.
Mauk has formerly been a student ot
Dr. K. 1!. Harrison, mid later of Dr. J. M.
Marvin. We wish the Dr. success m his
professional career wherever he may lo
Our young friend Chas. C.Selfridge,
who has tor some two years past been as
sociated with A. L. Lessick in the practice
of the law in Napoleon, left here on Mon
day night last to locate in the practice at
Lima, Ohio. Mr. Sel fridge is a man of
marked legal ability, and of fine mental
training, and Lima will gain a good citi
xen. Farm Wantkd ! I want to exchange
.'120 acres of excollont land within a mile of
Railroad town, in Burt Co., Nebraska, for
a small improved farm near Napoleon.
Will'pay difference, if any, in cash. Ad
dress for particulars, Lock Box 10, Tiffin,
Anothkr or.n Citizen called Home.
On Friday last, after an illness of long
standing, Albert R. Redlield, of Liberty
township, died in the 00th year of his age.
Mr. Redfiold moved into Liberty town
ship in the year 18, and lived there un
til -his death. He was a good citizen,
liked and respected by all.'
Publk! Sale. Tho undersigned will
offer at public sale, at his residunce in
.Freedom township, 4 miles north of Na
poleon, on Tuesday, March 22d, 1881, the
following property, to-wit:. .'I head of
work horses, 2 mares witli foal; 1 yearling
uolt, 1 cow, 2 yearling calves, 1 spring
calf, 2 brood sows, and 10 shoats, 1 wagon,
. harness, bobsleds, 1 Red Jacket plow, and
other farming implements.
Old Land Warrants. says an ex
ttfaunge: "Who can. tell what become of
The old military bounty land warrants?
There is outstanding nearly twenty-five
thousand of 100, 120, 80 and 10 acres oach,
which were issued to soldiers or their
heirs for services rendered in the Revolu
tionary war, Florida war, and Indian
wars. They amoiiut in the aggregate to
over two million and live hundred thous
and acres. They must be among the old
papers left by your grandlather, or your
father or your mother, and not thought to
be of value. Let the reader of this arti
cle seo if be or who cannot find one or
more of thetn
Mendlkshohn Quintette Ci.vh. This
celebrated company of musicians, of Bos
ton, will give one of their inimitable en
tertainments at Beck matin's Hall on next
"Wednesday evening. Our citizens will
remember with pleasure the concert those
parties gave in Napoleon one year ago,
when they gavo such universal satisfac
tion. The Boston Gazette says: "We
consider, musically speaking, the Quin
tette Club the highest representatives of
the present advanced state of art we can
send to the Vt. To the individual
members of the organization it may be a
still higher grat ification to know that their
Jriond. csteom them as highly in their
private character as gentlemen, as in their
mote public one as artists." Admission
TOc; reserved seats 75c. Ticket at Frease
Jlro's. Jewelry Store.
Tbe budi are swelling.
Bird mating time Is ber.
Ham and egg bold tba fort.
To-day b St. Patrick's day in the morn
ing. Reader has bats for men, boy and child
Bring us your sale and bora bills. We
Just recei ved, 10 chests more of that best
30 tout, tea, at Bradley's. tf
Judge Laity, ol Defiance, Is secretary nt
the Paulding and Cecil n. R. I
Jakelrist has some very fine. birds on
exhibition at Humphry ' Drugstore.
Bernhardt is like the faithful old dog
Rover. When she dies she dies all over.
Read Bernstein's big advertisement.
"The One Price to All Alike" man means
Toledo people didn't taka to Bernhardt
to any great extent, and neither did the
The Ladies' Relief Association meets at
the resident of Mrs. R. B. Heller to
morrow afternoon at 2,'j o'clock.
They havejust arrived from New York.
Blank books and pocket liooks, a full line
and the cheapest in the land, at Knee
AH members oi the T. B. B. Club are re
quested to meet Saturday night, at the
usual place. Important business will be
I have some goods in warehouse in rear
of old store, that I will retail at wholesale
prices. Do not forget the place.
When you drive a nail into the wall or
clothes press, drive it through a spool up
to the head, and you will have a peg which
will not rend or tear.
Why do not our people who are going
away, or have friends visiting them,
apprise us ot the fact? We cannot be ex
pected to know such things by intuition.
Pickled Holland Herring,
Tongue and Pigsfeet at Tietjens
& Co's. it
Drop in and take a look at the display
of piece goods at Halin A Meyer's. They
have some nobby pattoms, which they
make up to order in line style. Try thorn.
Although the "Hanging Boe" at Free
niont did not come offus expected, the in
auguration did, and Humphrey's, new
stock of wall paper, paints, Ac., arrived all
the same. 2t
An item going the rounds of the press
states that the height of the human figure
is six times the length of the feet. If this
has no variation, it fixes the altitude of
Bro. Fouke at about eighteen feet.
One thousand pairsof Pants from seventy-five
cents to six dollurs, at Bernstein's.
Heavy working Pants for laborers, farm
ers and mechanics, a specialty. Good jeans
Pants, lined through, at eighty-five cents,
at Bernstein's One Price Clothing House.
' Now here is a chance tor some Napoleon
girl to secure a fortune. Adam Forepangh
advertises that he will give 810,000 as a
premium lor the loveliest lady in the land.
He wants her for his circus, to show as the
handsomest woman living.
Bryan did not succeed in securing the
Presbyterian College, even after it had
raised the amount asked of them. Green
Springs carried off the prize. Bryan
would have been a better point, or even
Defiance, but Napoleon would have been
the most suitable location.
By the falling of a scaffolding at the new
Court House, Thursday, some of the
workmen had a narrow escape from being
hurled to the ground from the top ol the
building. They stepped from the scaffold
as ft was fulling. Several tons of brick
and mortar was upon tho scaffold when it
Escaped kkom the Toils. Jno.Bucou,
I.aporte, Ind., writes: "Hurrah for
Spring Blossom; it's all you recommend it
to be. My dyspepsia has all vanished.
Why don't you advertise it? What allow
ance will you make if I take u dozen bot
tles, so that I could oblige my friends oc
casionally?" Price, 50 cents, trial bottles
A vocal and instrumental entertain
ment will be given at Liberty Center, Bri
day mid Saturday evenings of this week.
The entertainment is gotten up for the
benefit of the Liberty Brass Band, and
judging from the printed programme it
will be enjoyable for all to attend. The
citizens of Liberty should give tho boys a
The latest and best song and chorus is
entitled, "Tho Flower of Tennessee," by
James E.Stewart. This song lias one of
the most beautiful melodies over publish
ed, and is sung with imnienso success by
the prominent Minstrel troupes through
out the country. The music is very sim
ple and can be played on tho organ or
pano. Price, 35 cents per copy, sent to
any address upon receipt of price. Ad
dress, F. W. Helniick, Music Publisher,
180 Elm street, Cincinnati, O.
Persons can not bo too careful in tho use
of base burning stoves, particularly when
spring is approaching and the weather be
gins to moderate. Fires are then checked
by closing the dampers of stoves, thus pre
venting a free combustion of carbonic
oxide steadily distilling from the incan
descent coal, which being to a great ex
tent prevented by tho closed outlet from
escaping up the chimney, and being of too
low a temperature to burn freely, escapes
into the room, filling the low stratum of
air with a most deadly poison. This state
of affairs is particularly liable to occur at
night, when the danger to lifo and health
is much the greatest. House-keepers
should be always on their guard to see
that the dampers of thoir stoves are suffi
ciently open at night to carry off the dele
terious gasses, as they accumulate.
Defiance 1 overrun with amusementa.
Genu, did yon i
at Header's T
I theme Ule style hata
Lecture at Beckman'a Hall, next Sun
day night. Subject "The Flood."
Toll Thompson, ol tba Merchant's Hotel
gave free dinner to the clerks of Napo.
loon Sabbath last. The dinner was sumptu
ous, so reported.
Six hundred new suits of clothes for the
spring trade, at prices that throw all com
petition Into the shade, at Bernstein's,
prices lower than aver; square dealing
one price to all. .It
It will pay you before leaving your or
der for a spring suit ol clothes elsewhere,
to leave your measure with Hahn & Mey
er, at the Eagle Clothing House. Fits
Farmers, Look OrT ! Andbes pre and
see the young horse, "Perfection," as lie
is one of the finest horses that bas ever
been in the county. Hr is owned by Tester
Horse Movino. Geo. Jeakle announ
ces in another column that be has pur
chased the tools and machinery of John
Gardner, and that be is now ready to
take all jobs in his line. His terms will
Fatal Accident. On Monday morn
ing while M r. John Conn was in the Mahew
saw mill, in Ridgoville township, he acci
dentally fell upon a circular saw, which
cut iiis body in twain at the breast. Mr.
Conu was a resident of Adams township,
Defianco county, a man of family aud
means, and was much respected in the
community in which he lived. His fright
ful death bas cast a gloom over the whole
Attention Tk.whkhs! The next annu
al session of the Henry County Teachers'
Institute will be held in Napoleon the :!d
week in August. The Ex-Committee, have
engaged as leading instructor, S. F. De
Ford, principal of the Ottowa Union
Evening lectures of an attractive char
acter may be expected.
A committee ol one for each township
has been appointed to work up this Insti
tute. Let us seo, this year, if we shall fall
so iar behind adjoining counties in num
ber present. E. R. Cowdhick, Sec'y.
Death From Poison. On Wednesday
last, Samuel Margrat, son and daughter
were poisoned by eating wild parsnips,
which they mistook for spikenard. The
old gentleman. and daughter were reliev
ed ol the poison partaken, by taking
proper antidotes, but tho son, who had
eaten more of the parsnips than the others,
died in great agony and distress a few
hours afterward. He was aged about
eighteen years, and was a young man of
more than the average intelligence. The
stricken family have the sympathies of
Drs. McHenry 4 DtTLirz We respect
fully announce to the citizens of Henry
county, that we have formed a partner
ship for the practice of medicine and surg
ery, and we hope by joint dffofT'trt give
thorough satisfaction to all who may favor
us with their patronage. Our office is in
the residence of Dr. McHenry, and office
hours day and night, except when pro
fessionally absent. Dr. McHenry will give
special attention to all chronic and surgi
cal cases. Dr. Dulitz is a thorough Ger
man and English scholar, and a graduate
of the regular school of physicians. 2t
Letters .remaining uncalled for in tba
Napoleon Post Office for the week ending
March 12th, 1881 :
Gottlieb Laniade, Joseph Aniot,
Mrs. E. M. Reiimund, Jesse Hohler;
Miss M. Kramer, Wm, Kinney, 2
Mrs. Anna Myers, Miss Mary Kettle,
Oscar Nupp, F. W. Rhoade,
Mrs. Sarah Robb, George Rorick,
Miss H. Stevens,
Mrs. F. Shelters,
Sarah J. Stephens,
Miss Sarah Voght,
Miss. M. Singles,
U. S. Seighton,
PersonBcalling for the above letters will
please say they were advertised and give
date. JAMES S. FOUKE.
The Report ot the Napoleon Union
Schools for the week ending March 11th,
Yearly enrollment - - - 597
Term enrollment - 554
Weekly enrollment - - - 395
Daily attendance ... 367
Per cent of attendance - - 02
Pupils perfect in uttendanco - 277
Pupils tardy ... - r
Teachers tardy - - - -
Per cent of Attendance by Departments
High School, 7; A Grammar, 87; B
Grammar, 07; A Intermediate, 05; B Inter
mediate, 90; A Primary, 90; B Primary, 88;
1st, C Primary, 93; 2d, C Primary, 92; Ger
Pupils Tardy B Granimar,Sophia Stock
man; A intermediate, Walter Jones Elbert
Rowan; A Primary, Allen Ycager; Ger
manAlbert Deimer, Dora Deimor.
Note Eighty-two cases of measles this
Transfers of Real Estate. Tho fol
lowing is a listot tho real estate transfers
recorded since our last issue :
B Nischwilz to V (lloro, 10 acres in Flatrock tp. $ 950
F Youcko to J HoiDimg, SO acres In Pleasant
I, Prucht to L Prncht, Jr., 80 acre In Pleasant
tp .: 2,000
A M Jones to W Sifert, 40 acres in Pleasant tp 720
J D Patterson to E Brailey, acres In Wash
IiiKton tp ., 880
M Thome to W Kaufman, lot 4 In Kanfraau
A Wilheliu et. ul., to J M Eberley, land in Hoi
II B Harshbarger to S Edwards, land in
Marion tp 200
W C Holgate et. 1., to C E Whitelock, 7 acres
in Pleasant tp 800
Barr A Weaver to t F Durham, 40 acres In Flat
rock tp 30
P Eberly to M Oenther, 20 acres In Monroe tp.. 400
D M Koene to L FiBk.lotn tii and .7 in Texan... 500
W H Mitchell to P Schwab, lot 45 in StearneB
add. to Deshler .'. 1"0
W C H olgato et. al ., to S Fohvcr, lot 137 in Hol
It Is Understood That
- Ttf i cnatM
- hrtrteak la kif at IV ,r.
- II ii far not uvaran.
Ta il(a of aad M apoa a.
. Rredrr U out of tt P. O. nra.
Spring wi wtilaooB t vita m.
- - Hprinc fer la twroalng !!"""
TV Meadrlaauba Club la Idmw.
Tookr k a of rrtalnlnc his place.
- Mud fci lion juat at U pnaeat Um.
- A MraofW bought the Signal laat mek.
- It par to advert 1m In the Xiiibt.
BaUdlDf wiUb UTrhr theoumlnf on.
- Sprint candidate an beginning to Moaeom.
- Dr. Shoemaker ia a fd on on cooondrnma.
- Our mnrhaiita auUVipate a good rprlug trade.
-The P O. hae boronia .pute au rreulng reeort.
There will be a change ia the Napoleon P O. If -
. Theelrrtion uf School Directors will l spirited.
- Another railroad would givaua a real estate boom.
The odor of new soft soap now permeate the air.
Mimi Spring blushes while ahe alta in Old tV inter s
- Ben Stout haa been hugging a carbuncle. Pain
The say the moonlight nights are juat glori
Otis. Napoleon has a good how for another railroad,
We still take currency in payment ou eul-rip-tIon.
Napoleonjta the poorest chnrcn town ou the Wa
bash. A Napoleon beauty ia loosing her beauty, (letting
Barman's ahow will travel through Ohio thia
Mike Jionuelly will never be a Benedict, uu
leaa Geo. Danm will live in the nnest residence in
There will be no change in distillery place JiiBt
Napoleon ladiea are racking their brains over
Sheffield don't like the treatment that Foster has
-The "Little Dutchman" still persists in running
around without a bat.
Our shooting club intend to have a grand shoot
ing match this spring.
The man who Is to erect an opera houie in Napo
leon is still in embryo.
Tonug ladies will wear as many hair pins and
bangs this year as last.
The Holly Island mUsion will not lie given out
until after the April showers.
If we do not clean np our streets soon, some will
see us later in the other world.
Pave Hancock will give ua all a free ride on the
canal when he geta to be Superintendent.
The Dramatic Club intend giving onr citizens sev
eral eveulng entertainments in the nenr future.
Cnry will rise from the ruins of the late fire with
one of the finest stocks of goods ever shown in Napo
leon. Dr. Marvin can laugh more to the square inch
than any other man in town. He makes his ribs crack
A Napoleon disciple of Blackstoue sat down npou
the icy sidewalk the other day. and seeing that he was
observed, remarked he was only seeing if the frost
was out of the ground.
- Mary Anderson travels in a special palace car, in
which she has aa upright piano, a amall library, a nle
of papers and a swinging hammock. 'Squire Peyton
aighs "would that I were that hammock."
f jgr- Prepare to set your hens. .
IV Circus time will soon be here.
ES" This will be a Democratic year, sure.
IVThesun crosses the line next Monday.
Call your township nominating canens.
W A ton of gold landed iu New York oneday laat
ft Naaby goes to Kurope this spring. He can he
T Bye and bye warm weather will say, I came; I
thaw ; I conquered. . .
frT" The rain, snow and Bleat put a damper upon
business lant Saturday.
lr The ice haa left Toledo, and the frogs have
resumed their croaking.
(3 Small pox has made its appearance iu Ft.
Wayne. Oet vaccinated.
- The Ohio State Fair for 1881 will be held at
Columbus, commencing August 29th.
fST" Dr . A. L. Baker, of Toledo, has been arrested
for committing abortion. His victim died.
lr- The Commissioners found the money in the
county treasury all O. K. and some to spare.
t Vennor says "this condition of things will
terminate in a cold dip." Be must be a Baptist.
ti" A great surgical operation To take the cheek
out of a young man and the jaw out of a grumbling
it'Garneld haB taken up Stanley Matthews, and
there is no doubt now but that he will secure the posi
tion of Associate Justice.
tST" Silk stockings at this season!" "Yes," she
Baid, with the utmost nttii'ett. "I always wear my
beat stockings in windy weather."
We should not Buffer from a cough, when a
few doses of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Vill cure. Time,
money, comfort, hetilth, all are saved by it. '
ttiS'Thorpe haa offered a joint resolution in the
House which conf errs the veto poaver upon the Gover
nor. The resolution prescribes that a vote be taken
this fall upon the question.
C3 It is hinted that the man in the moon is an
Ohio man . How did lie planet to get there ? and when
the moon guts full, does he also? no, no; perish the
thought ! . lioxton Tramcript.
Foukein the Signal exultingly exclaims who
says resumption is not here? But what Is resump
tion when tho National BankB can unsettle all financial
business of tho country at will, as was shown a few
days ago? Of what good is your resumption when
such a stati? of things can exist!
The finest lotot Glass and
in town, at Bradley's.
En. Nortkwkst : Following aro the
resolutions passed at the Ohio Conference
of the Evangelical Association held at In
dependence, O., March 10, 1881, on the case
of the reputed C. L. Crowther. All papers
will do a just thing by copying thern.
liesotved, AVhereas, C. L. Crowther, a
member of our Church, and a minister in
the Ohio Conference, has irregularly left
the charge assigned him by the Confer
ence, and has denounced the church and
its articles of faith which he one year ago
solemnly vowed to believe and defend, on
the occasion of his ordination. Therefore
Resolved, That hereby his license is re
voked, that he be deposed from office and
expelled from the church.
Committee D. Strohman, C. M. llein
hold, C. B. Crouso, P. W. Hahn, S. S.
This report was unanimously adoptod.
Secretary of Conference.
A nice line of nobby neckware, at Boed
Tho CoUfwator R. R.
IFrasa taw FuMorla !.
Below will be found a letter from II. H.
Sturgea,or Manneld, to the Milwaukee
Chamber of Cotninert. In relation to the
Cold water mad. Our reader can draw
f their own foncluniotm an to how murh
titers ia in it:
In 1873 I waa a director of the Mansfield,
Coldwater A Laks Michigan rail mad, a
line that extended from tbiacity through
j iimn ana napoleon, Ohio, passing out of
jiui state tnrougo tbe Northwest corner,
and thence to Coldwater, Michigan, Al
; Italian beinp; tbe terminus. Tbeold Al-h-Rtian
A Muskegon railmad, now the
Orand Haven railroad, formed a part of
the lino by lease, giving Milwaukee a
i shorter line to New York of a fraction over
i one hundred miles thin by the Chicago t
i Ijike Shore railroad. The panic of 173,
! forced us to suspend work, after having
ma ranruau Ersuea. onaireu ana tiea.
ready for the iron eighty miles or it
down. Within the-past ninety days, I
have been working for tbe interest of tnis
road, with unexpected success. Tbe Penn
sylvania railway promises us such assist
ance as will give us an unbroken line
through the east. I was in Cleveland, ves
terday, consulting with J. A. Wade, Vice
President of tho Grand Haven railway,
and during our conversation, be stated
that you sent him a communication, show
ing the amount of business that was sent
from Milwaukee across tbe lake. As Mr.
Wade could not place his hand on the pa
per, allow me to ask you to send me as
full information as vou can on any busi
ness that the now road would likely re-
cpive irom .Milwaukee or Wisconsin.
Whatever you mav send me will be Dlaced
before the president and board of directors
ot the Pennsylvania railroad roninanv.
and also before parties of large influence
iu the east. Wo are anxious to push the
enterprise mrwara as rapidly as possible.
The largest and most complete stock ot
paints in all shades and colors, which has
ever been opened out in the town of Na
poloon,is now being receivedat siaur'sDnig
and Book Store. These goods are all fresh,
nice and new, direct from the manufac
tureis, at the very lowest cash prices.
Saur proposes to make a specialty of the
oil and paint trade, the coming season,
and is now in the field with his celebrated
Diamond, strictly pure white lead and tbe
world renowned railroad paints, both of
which he guarantees to be equal too, it
not superior in quality, durability and
whitenrsx, to any paint in the world, and
actually ofTers ?100 in gold for any paint
which will prove itself to be superior in
any of the above named particulars.
lteport of No. 2 school, Monroe township,
for tho mouth ending March 4, 18KI.
Emma Kick ford
Ida Eisaniau -Solomon
Willi Mohler -
- - 70
- - 01
- - - - - 71
. - - - - 89
- - - 81
- - 44
- - . .. - 50
f.-- - ."8
- - 50
-' " - - - !
J. F. Mykks, Teacher.
The only place to get a first-class tit is at
A. J. Vandenbroek & Co's. Tbey have on
hand a large stock ot imported and domes
tic cassimeres, slicviots, worsted and
cloths, and doeskins. Ht-febl7
Margrat. On the 9th of March 1881,
Elmer E. Margrat, ot Harrison township,
Henry county, O., aged 18 years, 7 mouths
and 15 days. Ho died from the effect of
poison, taken accidently eating of a root,
supposed to be spikenard; but which
proved to be wild anise, or something ot
that class. ' He died within 6 hours of eat
ing the root. He was a fine young man,
oi quiet habits, inoffensive in his manner,
loved and respected by all who knew him.
John W. Mykrs.
Tkxak, March 13, 1881.
We are ready to vaccinate with pure
virus, all that may need it. Call at our
oflice. McHenry fc Di'litz.
The out lot containing two acres more
or less, on the south side of tho river,
known as the Dittenhaver lot, will be of
fered at a bargain for the next 30 days.
Call on Dome Dittenhaver. 'It
Bi.iss Stoser. On the 12th inst., by
Ed. Peyton, J. P., Mr. G. W. Bliss and
Miss Alvanda Stonef,all of Henry county,
Shitli. BrRWKLL. March loth, 1881,
by J. W. Hannn, J. P., at the residence
of the britlo's parents, Mr. Benjamin F.
Shull to Miss Alvera Burwell, both of
McChire, Henry county, Ohio.
Snyder Ida Snyder was bom March
3d., 1804, and died in Richfield township,
Henry county, Ohio, March 7th, 1881,
aged 17 years and 4 days.
Ida was an uncommon good girl and be
loved by all who knew her. After bidding
father, mother, sisters, brothers and neigh
bors good-bye, her spirit took its flight to
its home above.
Then let her parents sorrow cease to' flow ;
(iod has recalled hia own,
But let our hearts In every woe
Still say ; Thy will be done.
Gladly to earth she closed her eyes to
open them in heaven. !SS
Elms. W. F. Ellis died at Joplin, Mo.,
ou January 7, 1881, of consumption, aged
37 years, 8 months and 29 days.
Mr. Ellis was formerly a resident of
Henry county, having lived near Liberty
Center. In October, 1863, he enlisted in
Co. D., 68th Regimont, O. V. I. He con
tracted camp diarrhea while in the army,
which culminated in pulmonary consump
tion and his death. His funeral took place
on tho morning of the 11th of January,
near Odin, Marion county, 111.
W. II. E. .
Bnows-tOn the 12th inst.,James Browii,
aged 39 years, 8 months and 1 day.
Prorr-e hr Ike ttt AaanalCea
TfitleaOhU State HubUj tkhl Vm
loa, U be held alFatorU, 0., Jiip
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Tl KHDAY, Jt'NK 7TII.
i -.10 p. in. Sermon.
8.30 p. m. Fellowship Meeting.
WuiNEMDAT, J I SB 8TII.
n.30 a. in. Prayer Meeting.
9.00 a. m. Address or Welcome Re
sponses, 10.00 a. in. Report of State Offlci-ni aud
President K. R, Loomis. Cur. Sec.
Rev. I Hsnawalt.
Executive Committee P. N. Stroup.
Treasurer Wm. H. Fisher.
11.30 a. in. Appointment of t'oiuiniu
2.00 p. in. Teachers How make them
more efficient? Spiritually neglected. How
reach them? Homes How helped
4.0U p.m. Miscellaneous business: In
vitations received lor next Convention.
Election of officers.
7.30 p. in. Praise meeting.
s.00 p. in. Lecture.
Till RSIlAY, Jl'XK Otii.
rto u r r r x,
8.30 a. in. Teachers' experience meet
ing. 11.00 a. in. The mighty helper the Bi
ble Unknown to many; not sufficiently
studied by any.
11.45 a. in. Miscellaneous business.
2.00 p. m. Devotions. What has been
2.30 p. in. What is being done ? What
remains to be done?
7.30 p. in. Consecration service.
8.00 p. m. Wlierennto this work may
Mrs. A. P. Stout is now getting in a nice
Hue of spring goods, fresh and beautiful.
Shall be glad to see everybody who wants
hats, notions &c. Frease block, opposite
tiie Court-House. 2t
Go to S. M. Honeck and get your choice
of spring suiting, at very low rates, tf
Its Just a Booming.
Such is tho expression from all Drug
gists and dealers everywhere who are sell
ing Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption. No like preparation can be
gin to have such an extensive and rapid
sale. And why? Simply because ot its
truly wondorful merits." No Cough or
Cold, no matter of how long standing or
how stubborn, can resist its healing
qualities. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarse
ness, Hay Fever, Pain in IheSido or chest
and difficulty of breathing ot any linger
ing disease of tbe Throat and Lung rapid
ly yield to its marvelous powers. It will
positive cure and that where everything
else has failed. Satisfy yourself as thous
ands have already done by getting of your
Druggist, J. C. Saur, a trial bottle for ten
cents, or a regular size bottle for 81. For
sale by J. C. Saur.
A full line of elegant spring cloths, cassi
meres, worsted and Scotch suitings, now
ready at A. J. Vandenbroek fc Co's.
Tietjens & Co. keep constant
ly on hand choice Liquors and
Wines for family use. 3t
Leave your orders now lor Sign Writ
ing and small jobs of Painting, before thai
rush conies. Your name neatly painted
on your umbrella in gold or painted let
ters, at Zink & Baiuer's, over Northwest
omce' . mar3-lm
Choice butter and fresh eggs
at Tietjens & Co's. 3t
A big lot of canned fruit lo be sold cheap
at Bradley's tf
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child su fieri ng and
crying with the excruciating pain of cut
ting teoth? If so, go ut once and get a bot
tle of MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING
SYRUP. It will relieve the poor little suf
ferer immediately depend upon it; there
is no mistake about it. There is not a
mother on earth who hits ever used it,who
will not tell you at once that it will regu
late the bowels, and give rest to the moth
er, and relief and health to the child, oper
ating like magic. It is perfectly sal'o to use
in nil cases, and pleasant to the taste, and
is the prescription of one of the oldest and
best female physicians and nurses in tho
United States. Sold everywhere. 26 cents
a bottle. ' oct7-ly
C. M. Fisk has just received an elegant
stock of new walnut clocks. Call and ex
Imported Selters Water at
Tietjens & Co's. 3t
Inventors and Patestees should send
forinstructions, terms, references, fec, t
Edson Brothers, Solicitors of Patents,
Washington, D. C, who furnish the samo
without charge. Edson Brothers is a well
known and successful firm of largo expe
rience, havingbeen established in I860, tf
Pardee wants to let a job of clearing.
New Goous. 5)5 cases and bales of new
goods just received for tho early spring
trade, embracing a general assortment, at
D. & J. Wilson's. 2t
II you want a nobby hat go to Iteeder,
the boss hatter. . 2t
The recent floods were not caused by the'
immense stock of goods eu route JorJ
Kneeland's, but those who buy their wall
paper, shades, paints, oils, drugs, fancyf
goods etc., of him, will still continue on
the "flood tide of prosperity." tf
Go to S. M. Honeck and get one of those
nobby, neat fitting suits that ho always
turns out. tf
Spring clothing, hats, caps and fancy
ties, at A. J. Vandenbroek fe Co's.
Derangement of the liver, with constipa
tion, injure the complexion, induce pim
ples, sallow skin, etc. Remove the cause
by using Carter's Little Liver Pills, One
a dose. , ml0"2'
S. M. Honeck has just received, Wn
spring stock of piece goods, tho finest in
the city. tf:
the LARGEST a
nd BEST stock o
i Queens and Gla
y about April 1st.
CARY will have