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Democratic North wes
And Henry County News.
ESTABLISHED A. D. 1852.
NAPOLEON, O., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1894.
ASP HESRY 00ITHTT SETS.
Kntrl at th, Napltro P. K u Btcon4-Clau
Pnbllahed trtrj Thnndy Morning.
Office, Northwest Building. Wathinqtoii St.
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Per Tor In advnaoe..'. - ,-?9
rvNonanar wills dtsooat nued oUI ill arrcar
SZ!$. TaL. ,t th. option of th. P-b'-T-Job
Printing of every description neatly
and cheaply sxacutud. .
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One ColnmZT. 00 1100 to 00 $M00 000
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OM Inch 6 1 00 1 00 8 00
AH bnsineea locals. If Inserted among par read
ing muter, 10 conU per Hue fur ftrnt Insertion and
6 cent per line for each additional InaerUou.
Bnsinets locals, when Inaerted nnder the Been
of Uuatneaa Locale, 4 cent per line for each Inser
tion. Tbp Season is Here!
Springtime, with all ita re
junevating qualities, is here,
and everybody feels like cast
ing aside the old for" the new.
This being so, no doubt many
of our readers expect to use
some wall paper this spring.
The stock ;o Saur, & Balsley
: .has never been more complete
than at the present time. They
can furnish you the very best
and latest patterns, and the
veiy best quality, at prices
that will equal any and all
others, if not fall 'way .under
them. In this large assort
ment can be found paper re
tailing at ten cents and up.
ward per roll, in fact different
varities and qualities to suit
every possible purchaser
Nothing adds more to the
beauty and comfort of a home
than tasty, clean, bright pa
ner unon its inside ' walls and
ceilings, and' there is no ex
cuse for any home to go with
out these comforts, tor paper
; is so low in price , that it is
within the reach of all poor.
and rich alike. If you wish to
. still curtail the expense, you
can hang the paper upon the
walls yourself, just as well as
an expert at paper hanging
can do! Make yur home as
pleasant as possible by pur
chasing wall paper of Saur &
Balsley. You will never re
gret it. .
At this house can also be
found a large line of window
shades and curtains and fix
tures. The assortment is com
plete, and . you will be sur
prised to learn how cheap you
can hang blinds or curtains in
your windows. Remove the
old faded and torn blinds and
replace them with tasty new
ones.' 5 'V": '. :
Saur &' Balsley take great
pleasure in showing you
through their stock, whether
vyoitwish to purchase or not,
and they cordially invite you
to call and visit them, feeling
confident that they can make
it to your interest to do so.
The other departments of
their establishment are com
plete in every particular.
Their drugs are always pure
And fresh ; and their facilities
for compounding prescriptions
' are the best.- In patent medi
cine they take the lead, keep
ing "in stock , all the old aud
new discoveries in this line.
' Their paints and oils have a
. standard reputation for purity
and' lasting .'qualities. The
pain.ts sold by them are old and
reliable , brands,' which have
been befoi e , the public for
years, and have always given
Their book department is
complete in every particular,
And special mdpcements are
offered those seeking books.
papers, magazines, etc., and
especially those on the lookout
for books to replenish :, their
libraries. Stationery, schoo
. books and school supplies, in
fact everything neeeded in
the school room is found at
Buy your plow shoes at Folker &
Geo. Tyler returned to Boston
Tuesday morning. i
Lots of new spring goods just re
ceived at Norden & Brans. 2t
The widow of Andrew Prysinger
has been granted a pension.
Mrs. J. W. Barnhlll Is visiting her
parents In Findlay this week.
Miss Fannie Shoner spent a few
days of last week with her parents.
Lost A garnet breast pin.
Mrs. W. J. Pierrepont.
Ladles can find at this office a stock
of invitation, regret and visiting
cards. ' 1 '
Call and see the nice style patterns
in wash goods just opened at Nor
den & Brans. . 2t
One of the latest trimmings is moire
silk; you can find them In all the new
shades, at Horn & Norden's. 1 2t
I)r. H. B. and Mrs. Powell will en
tertain at their home on Clinton
street next Wednesday evening. ,
Boys confirmation suits, price $5,
I, $8, $9 or $10, most of the $8 and
$10 grade. 2t Geo. Hahn.
A small Bteainer, from Toledo, was
in the canal la9t Saturday. It was
for sale,' but found no purchaser.
Bicycles have been taken from
their winter quarters, and are again
the chief article for good pleasure.
We can give you the best value in
hosiery that was ever shown. See
them, at Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro's. 2t
Mrs." W. G
Coover entertained a
young folks Tuesday
honor of Miss Foye, of
Boots - and Shoes Big cut in
prices in all kinds of boots and shoes
for men, boys and children," at Wil
Mrs. John Beck and children re
turned Thursday last from an ex
tended visit in Salem, O., with her
If you want the latest in calling
cards, invitations, or society cards,
come and see the new stock we have
There is a man lives in this town
Whose ways are wondrous wise,
He never contradicts his wife, ' "
Because she's twice his size.
Friends will be glad to learn that
Mr. Joseph Kretz is getting -along
finely, his injured foot healing nice
ly. He will soon be around again.
The republicans of Napoleon town
ship forgot to nominate a candidate
for assessor, or at least none has been
certified to the board of elections.
S. Slagle, of Liberty township, was
in the city Saturday. He will move
his family to near Delta,' Fulton
countv. where - he has purchased a
The many friends of Miss Clara
Gessner will be pained to hear that
she is lying seriously ill at the resi
dence of her c6usiu8, Mr. and Mrs.
Wells, on Woodruff Ave., Toledo.
We have just opened 200 pieces of
fine wash goods, for spring wearof
crystal cloth, Shantong, Pongee and
Llama cloth wool finish in very pret-
tv stvles. Call and see them before
you buy, at Norden & Bruns.
Some more new dwellings are going
up in the Spring. Dr. Bloomfield will
erect a residence on the site of his
present one, and Ed. Cowdrick will
build a brick house adjourning his
Pork House. .
Black diptheria is raging in the
western part of Columbiana county
to an alarming extent. East Rochester
schools are closed, Adair and New Al
exander postoffiees" and public places
are closed, and Hanover is besieged
by the pestilence.
John L. Konzen, son of F. A. Kon
zen, returnea nouie last xnursaay
froni school at Ada. He was accom
panied by a chum, Mr. Chas. Betz, of
Rochester, N.: Y., who spent several
davs with him at " his home. Mr.
Betz left for home on Monday.' ,
We are pleased to see thatj our' old
democratic friend in Flatrock, Jos.
Weible. has been renominated for
Justice of the Peace. Mr. Weible
has made a good official and the good
people of Flatrock should not fail to
re-elect him by an increased majori-
Our young men who contemplate
spring suits should not. forget that
Henry Meyers, of Napoleon, is right
up with the times in the matter of
the , latest goods, best - fits and low
prices..-If you fail, to see him,: you
miss a good thing and a big bar
- A pastor in a church in one of our
cities has hit upon an original device
for filling up his pews by securing six
pretty girls to act as ushers. His
avowed purpose wag !'to draw the
young men" and the .first drawing
proved a success, large numbers "of
young' men have flocked to the church
to enjoy , the sensation : of .being
esoorted to their seats by the femi
Early vegetables have made their
Let Pete Huston cut your winter's
growth of hair. , 2t
Geo. P. Butler, of Hamler, was In
the city Monday.
Horn & Norden's.
Pardee's house Js not yet engaged,
only $4.00 per month. 2t
H.'C. Groschner and wife are visit
ing in Hutchinson, Kansas.
C. L. Weaks, of Damascus town
ship, was in the city last Thursday.
Bicyling parties from Wauseon and
Holgate were in the city last Sunday.
A new lot of tray cloths and center
pieces just in, at Horn & Norden's. 2t
A. Hoppas, one of the progressive
farmers of Liberty, was in the city
It-, will pay you big to buy dress
goods this month, at Geo. H. Bohrs
& Bro's. 2t.
Smith &,Stoughton's latest styles
and colors in mens fine shoes at Polk
er & Westhoven's. , 2t
.Princess duck, something new fcr
ladies dresses and shirt waists, at
Horn & Norden's. 2t
MiBS Hattie Dishore, of Paulding
Center, is visiting Miss Lilian Cory of
Hartnian's home grown lettuce on
sale at all the groceries in town, Fri
day morning of this week. it
Ladies silk waist patterns at $2.50
2t Horn & Norden.
Mrs. A. M. Frease was in Cleveland
all last week with her trimmer, buy
ing millinery and looking up the
styles. " .,
James Shasteen, the old fisherman,
took from the river last Wednesday
pickerel which weighed eleven
pounds. " .
Notice the new ad. we have in this
paper. All late styles.
8t .. M. Reiser, Jr.
All heavy wear sold at reduced
prices now, to make room for spring
stock, at the-store of . Henry Meyer.
Try him. .. tf
J. H. Fiser, a young man from this
city, was one of the nine graduates
of the Toledo Medical College, Mon
day evening.. . ,
There was quite a contrast in the
democratic and republican caucuses
the democrats casting over 800
votes while the republicans only
mustered about a baker's dozen.
H. D. Meyer of Washington town
ship, was in the city Tuesday. He
showed a peculiar stone which he
had picked up in his neighborhood.
It was shaped very much like a foot.
U. i. Coe nas platted the 8 acre
lot just north of Park addition into 6
good sized lots, lie bought it at a
low price and will therefore sell the
lots at reasonable prices, and on easy
The Ohio Senate passed a bill pro
viding that husband and wife may
testify against each other in prosecu
tions for cruelty to children. The bill
had previously passed the House and
is now a law. . : .
Ribbons, ribbons. We have made
a large purchase of satin edge ribbons
to be placed on sale; all colors, best
widths and qualities. Numbers 7, 9,
12 and 16 at 10c per yard.
2t Horn & Norden.
The Paulding Democrat issued
double number last week, showing
the businesp interests of Paulding, in
terspersed with plates. ' showing
business houses and prominent citi
zens. It was a stroke of commenda
The second quarterly meeting of
Napoleon circuit U. B. church, will
be held at the brick church one mile
north of Shunk, March 17th and 18th,
1894. Rev. J. W. Hick, of Fostoria,
is the presiding elder, . The public
are cordially invited to attend these
services. T. D. Ingle.
$6,000 worth of clothing for men.
boys and children, to be closed out as
soon as possible at such low prices
that will astonish the buyer. You
need the clothing and I need the
money. Be sure to call on me if you
want to save money.
' 2tV. ; ' . D. Wilson.
Snyder Bros. 'have purchased a half
interest in the Holgate Flouring mills,
The new firm will hereafter be known
as the Holgate Milling Co. The mill
will close for repairs about the mid
dle of April if the weather will per
mit. Extensive improvements will
be made, after which the mill Will be
as good as any mill in Northwestern
Ohio.: The Snyder Bros., are well
known to the people in and around
Holgate as hustlers in business, and
there is no doubt but that they will
bring new life to the milling business
in their locality. Success to the new
firm. . . . '
, We have just received our spring
stocks of W. S. Douglas shoes', can't
be beat for wear and price. M. Reis
Wash goods, beautiful, at Horn &
J. R. Linthicum has been admitted
to the bar.
New dress goods
den & Bruns. ' ,,
just in at
2t The Mandolin Club was serenading
last Saturday evening..
Big line of trunks and vaitses, cheap,
at Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro's. 2t
Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Prlntis enter
tained Thursday evening last.
Nine persons united with the Pres
byterian church on Sabbath last.
The gravel road scraper was out
leveling the gravel roadB Monday.
Peter Weigerding has been ap
pointed postmaster of Defiance by
E. L. Barber of Wauseon has been
elected President of the Ketcham
national bank of Toledo. '
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Van Hyning
will entertain, at the home of his par
ents, on Friday evening. '
Mrs. Frease and Miss Lizzie Lemert
attended the wholesale millinery op
ening at Toledo this week.
LADIES, come and see the lovely
HATS and BONNETS, just received,
at KOLBE SISTERS. 2t '
Take notice of our show window
display. Keep posted on styles, they
are great. 8t M. Reiser, Jr.
Brp. Dickman, formerly of the
Paulding Democrat, but now of
Wapakoneta, gave us a pleasant call
Will Bender is erecting a fine two-
story brick residence in the Oklaho
ma addition. He expects to have it
under roof in two weeks. :
We have been fortunate to buy
good styles of boys conformation suits.
See them before you buy.
2t Geo. Hahn.
During the good fishing last week,
brought about by the Maumee's usual
Spring rise, August Kolbe caught the
banner fish of the season a iff lb.
Uncle John Slee, of Liberty town-
hip, wtls a pleasant caller at our of
fice Tuesday. Mr. Slee is 77 years
old and has been a subscriber for the
Northwest since its birth.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter V; Zicer'r,--tif
Dunkirk, Ind., and Mr. and Jfrs.
Matt Spenthoff, of Toledo, O., sppnt
several days of last week with their
parents, F. F. Shoner and wife.
Gents, call and buy a pair of the
celebrated hand made Bearing Seal
leather shoes, the only shoe made that
is absolutely waterproof. Can be had
in all styles at Norden & Bruns. 2t
Protracted meetings are still being
held in tho Presbyterian church
Rev. Rankin preaohing every night.
Much interest is' manifested in the
meetings and not a few are being
The grand jury of Defiance county
found two indictments against A.
Saur for embezzlement, three against
Chas. Bronson for the same offense,
one against E. Scott for slander, and
one against J. Jeffers for assault and
People do not discover it until too
late, that the so-called washing pow
ders not only eat up their clothes, but
ruin their skin, and cause rheuma
tism. Use nothing - but Dobbins'
Electric Soap. Have your grocer
er it. .
Don't worry about what people say
of you. No matter what you say or
what you do, the action will be differ
ent in different eyes. One will pro
nounce it good, the other evil. You
cannot please more than a certain
few, while the great majority don't
know what you are doing and don't
care. Do what you think best, and
let results be what they may.
On Tuesday of this week the
supreme court handed down a decis
ion in the county clerk case brought
up from WOliams county in which
the constitutionality of the law
changing the time of the clerks be
ginning their term from spring until
fall, was called in question.
The court holds the law changing
the time to be constitutional, but that
countv commissioners have not the
power to fill the interim by appoint
ment, but that the old clerk will hold
over until his successor is qualified.
The case was one ostensibly begun
from this county, but in . fact was
backed and started by the friends of
the county clerk elect of one of the
larger counties in the State. Bryan
Judge Cuff was occupied in Probate
Court Monday and Tuesday in hear
ing the case of the State of Ohio vs.
H. H. Sweetland, the charge being
assault and battery on the person of
W. J. Connolly. The case was before
a jury and was warmly contested.
The accused was found guilty, the
sentence of the court being a fine of
$25 and costs and 80 days iri the Tole
do work-house, the prisoner to stand
committed until costs and fine are
Submitted by 8aprtntndent Brek J
to ropuain me upper uraaea or
the Napoleon Schools.
The following examination ques
tions were given to pupils in the
High School and A Grammar, by
Supt. Beck of the Napoleon Union
Schools. The Physislogy examina
tion covers the result of but one
term's work, while the other three
cover two terms:
U. 8. HISTORY A GRAMMAR.
1. Giro the condition of the colonies at
the oloas of the French and Indian War.
Uive m of the-r manners and canton) a.
2. What is a Revolutionary War Gits
eaases and duration of the Revolationarr
8. Dmcribe the pi Total battle of the Rev
4. What ruled the eoloniea dnrine the Rev
olution? Where did the Continental Con
greaa meet? Why?
6. When and where was the constitution of
theTJ. S. adopted in convention? Give
the anthor of the constitution of the IT. S.
6. WhatwaatheOrdinanoeof 1787? Name
its six "jewels."
7. Give the canee and effaots of our sec
ond war for independence.
8. What is a crisis iu history? Give two
and tell how each was averted.
9. How ara the Prenidant and Vice Presi
dent of the U. 8. elected? Were they always
elected an now? Explain.
tt The Doited States have acquired terri
tory in,how many ways? Explain folly.
The following are the three highest
grades given in the above examina
tion: Harold Campbell, 90 per cent.;
Chas. Smith, 85 per cent. ; Chas. Grim,
83 per cent.
HIGHER ARITHMETIC HIGH SCHOOL.
1. What is direct proportion? Inverse
proportion? Make and solve a problem to
illustrate the latter.
2. The bank discount of a certain sum for
6 mo., at 6 percent., exceeds the trne dia
oonnt of the same aum, for the same time
and per cent., by just 66 cents and 6 mills:
what is that sum?
8. Bold an artiole for $100, gaining 20 per
cent, on the selling price; what per oent.
Kuiu is tins on me oostr
4. A sells corn on a oomrmrsion of 6 per
oent., and invent the net prooeeds in wheat,
commistion 2 per cent., Mb whole commia
aion was $420; what was the value of the
wheat and oorn?
fi. At what price must I purchase 8 per
oent. stock in order to yield the same iu
come as 6 per oent. stock bought at 110.
u. A merchant tmoorted 12 tons of nemo
which ooat him $825. There was an ad va
lorem dnty of 25 per cent., freight and
charges $75; find the invoioe per ton.
. I he interest on 1 h times A s and 3-5ths
of B s fortune, for 8 years at 5 per oent , ia
Voaj; what is the fortune of each, pro ided
)i times A's fortune equals 2 Cths of B's.
o. u Douctit a farm for S2.UUU. agreeing to
pay principal and interest in two equal an
nual installments: what is the Dayment in
cluding interest at 8 per cent?
a. Aacnooi nonse is to be built at an ex
pense of $5,G00, to be defrayed by a tax up
on property of a certain townahio valued at
$710,1)00: what rate upon $1,000 of assess
ment will cover the coats?
10. A loir sou area i feet: how mini feat of
l'i ln-r, board measure, will it make, allow
ing 4 l'Jth of an i ch for e ch Baw cut?
GRAMMAR A GRAMMAR.
1. What is a Participle? What is the dif
ference between a finite verb and a nartioi.
2. What do you mean by -an Infinitive?
Whnt is the difference between an infinitive
and finite verb?
3. What is a conduction? A connective?
4. What is a "Dart of soeech?" How
many are there? Write a sentence that con
tains all the parts of eneech. .
6. Vina' urn the following He is old
enough to attempt to teach grammar and
6. What parta of SDseoh fill twooffioee? II
lustrnte oy the use of sentences.
7. Analyze the following: I found him
passing rioh on forty pouuds a year.
o. lulled the following words: Bhe. in.
who, may, ill. h'Tjoily and whitish.
. wnat ao yon mean bv the predicate of
a Rente oe? The attribute? Can yon tell
the difference between a copala and a copu
lative veror illustrate.
10, Which should I ssv: I feel bad. or
feel badly? He arrived safe, or he arrived
safelyf If I am rich in 1900. I will buy a
nome, or it i oe r ch in 1UU0, l shall buy a
home? Give your reasons.
The highest grades given were
Goldie Turk, 80 per cent.; Chas.
Smith and Francis vocke, 75 per
FHYSIOLOGT. A GRAMMAR.
1. What is twaue? Classify the tissues of
the ooay. Denne each.
2. What are elands? What are salivary
glands? What is their function and where
are they located?
!i. Trace a morsel of beef from the time it
enters the mouth until it becomes flesh
Would there be any difference were it apple?
4. What are the muscles? Outline them
5. Chd food be digested artificially? If so,
G. What is the blood? Give the composi
tion ard uaes of the blood.
7. What is the heart? How is it divided?
Give the parts.
. uive the complete circulation of the
9. What arteries aupply the following:
Stomach, liver, kidneys, spleen, intestinal
oanal and heart? , . . ,
10. What effect has alcohol upon the heart,
stomach, liver nnd kidneys? What is the
general effect of alcohol upon the whole sys
tem? 11. Tell what you can about the strnotare,
growth and repair of bone.
12, Give nix general hygenio rnlef.
. The highest grades given were
Sadie Welsted, 90 per cent., and Dorr
Woodward,. 95 per cent. ,
LADIES, come in and got your
EASTER BONNETS, at
2t KOLBE SISTERS.'
, . In Memoriam. .
Hecklib. Died tt the home of her parents in
Monn-e township, Sunday eviuiug, March 4th, ISM,
Laura May, daughter of Ucnry and Maggie Heck
U-r, iged 9 years, 11 mouths and 19 dayi.
Dear Laura, I hou baat left UB,
We think o( yon canh day,
Our loved aud darilug aobool-mate, .
You have gone so far ae-ay.
We have mlaaed yon each day
Miaac-d you sadly, Laura dear,
But we mlaa you more andly,
Ai the time lor aohool draws near.
We shall think of you ao happy,
When at aohool we rued to meet,
It will cuiib us Krtet and aorrow.
When we ate your vacant seat.
That seat whloh baa been occupied , "
by one no youoff and fair,
lb. It will give ua pain and sorrow.
To see It empty ibure.
Bn loving faea wa shall not see,
tier form Irom na haa fled,
Sbe la lu tbe oburch yard steeple,
But to us aha la dead.
Then farewell, dearest Laura, '
Yonr aweet face ws would love to see,
And we only hope wheu our laat hoars come,
Tear seaool-mstes, '
Lasba ad Mat.
Highest of all in Leavenbg Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
New styles of French percales, at
Horn & Norden's. 2t
An Artist at Rest. .
The ObsttraiM of Mr. liuiiti nmwAmU
Strohm were held from the Btrohm home
stead three miles south of Tiffin, on Monday
mqrning. conducted by the Rev. D. D. Big
ger, D. p.. of this city, assisted by the Rev.
David J. Mease, D. D.,of Mansfield, the
latter being a classmate of the deceased lady
and also a playmate in biyhood and graduat
"f .with htr husband, Wro. O. Strohm,
Heidelberg TJnivanitv. nlu. 1R m
Strohm was born on September 10, 18.r)0, and
just twenty-two years later was married to
me aevotea husband who now with three
beautiful children mourn her untimely de
parture. Reared under the influences of her
parental home with her father and mother,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Randell, Mrs. Strohm
early evmoed a decided taste for literature
and very soon evinced the possession of the
eye and hand of an artist. The walls of the
nome to which she so lately bade farewell
are beautified with the rare production of
her genius, and not only these survive her
but many others choice specimens in the
homes of her friends. In the beautiful col
leotioti of Mrs. Gen. John A. Logan at the
World's Columbia Exposition, one of Mrs.
Htrohm's oil paintings held a place of high
honor. She was not a copyist, but an artint
and Iran fen ed to the canvass, many fasci
nating spots in nature's mountain wilds and
along the water courses she visited in her
extended travels, which will speak to her
children and lovadones long after the "tnrf's
fragrant shrine" covers her dust. There
were many friends from Tiffin and abroad
PJ" n' p Py their respeota to the memory
of Mrs. Strohm, who when a young lady and
as a student was regarded as the most beau
tiful and oneofjthe most attractive ladies in
thin city and ooinuinnitv Tiffin Dnihi A A.
Auguatae Randell will be remembered by
many in Napoleon and vicinity, haviug
spent her early girlhood here. . ' f ' '
Men's best Woonsock, Colchester,
Candee and Goodyear clove rubber
boots at $2.75 a pair, at Geo. H.
Rohrs & Bro's. ' 3t
"March to search" is the old adage. It
searches out any weakness of the sy-Btem, re
sulting from impure blood. Those whs use
AyerV. Sareaparilla find March no more
searching or. even disagreeable than any
other month. Thismedioine is a wonderful
invigorator. , ,
. The A. P. A. Oath.
An oath Bhould be a sacred thine.
"Ko maiTbf honor may violate it. No
man of honor must place himself in a
position where he is compelled to
violat e his oath. He should not do so.
This being true, we can hardly under
stand how a member of the A. P. A.
may consent to place himself in a
position where he is compelled to
swear that he will support the con
stitution of the United States.
We, understand that each member
of the A. P. A. is sworn to vote against
every Catholic for office and to resist
the appointment of every Catholic to
office. That is, he is sworn to make
the Catholic religion a test against
holding office. But if a member of
the A. P. A. is elected to anv sort of
an office, he is sworn to support the
constitution of the United States, In
other words, he is sworn not to estab
lish or recognize in his official conduct
any sort of a religious test. But if we
are correctly informed, he has already
sworn. In his obligation to hes order,
to establish and and recognize a re
ligious test. How, then, can a mem
ber of the A. P. A. take an oath to sup
port the constitution of the United
States without perjuring himself! We
make ho mistake as to the constitution
of the United States. If we are in
error as to the obligation of the A. P.
A. - we shall be glad to be corrected.
Malaria ia one of the most insidious
of health destroyers. Hood's Sarsa-
parilla counteracts its. deadly poison
and builds up the system.
Of our customers, and weigh
1 OUR STOCK
I.We' have about
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Percale Shirts and
out of all these styles
everyone has selected a
different st vie. One stvle
U sells just as fast as the other.
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That we have made selections
tnem in our window? II not, cau in ana asK
us to show you our line.
EAGLE CLOTHM HOUSE,
GEO. HAHN, Proprietor.
Embroidery, laces and white goods
at March prices. See them, at Geo.
H. Rohrs & Bro's. 2t
"I don't like the breath of that atove!" ex.
claimed little Ethel one day whea the gaa
waa escaping from the sitting-room stove.
Coal-gas is like the "perfumea of India,"
com pa rid with the breath of a person afflicted
with catarrh, but among many othsr symp
toms the sense of smell is often deadened, so
the sufferer is unconscious of the offensive
nesa of his presence. Why any one will en
dure suoh a painful, dangerous and offensive
diaeaae, when Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
costing only 60 cents-will cure the xoost
stubborn oaae, js one of the many mysteries.
The proprietors are so confident of the suc
cess of this Calarrh Remedy, that they offer
to rorfeit J500 for any case of catarrh they
cannot cure. It would be suicide for their
remedy for Ihem to make this offer, unless
they understood its exaot powers.
25 pieces of fine black series and
black henriettas we will offer this
month art 50o per yard, worth and
sold anywhere else at 65 and 75 cents.
A big bargain at Norden & Bruns. 24
new ginghams, at
' 2t '
Horn & Norden's.
We have seen quite a number of watch
ohaina about town ornamented with a neat,
little charm in the shape of a watch ease
opener, whlch-obviates the use of a knife or
finger-nail to open the watoh. We have
just received one, and would advise you to
send for one, too. They are sent free on
request by the Keystone Watch Case Com
pany, of Philadelphia, Pa., the largest watch
case manufacturing concern in the world. ,
they are the makers of the celebrated Jas.
Boss caaen, the only filled oases which are
fitted with the world-famed Non-pull-out
bow(ring. The Company does not sell at
retail, ' but its goods are sold by our local
toeBt values; at
Otis -IfOT.On Marchi 7th, 1804,
at the brides parents, by Rev. M. L.
Donahey, Clint T. Otis, ipf Marion,
Ind., and Miss" Minnie M. Hoy, of '
Henry county, O.
King Kleck. On March 1st, '94.
in Napoleon, by Rev. M. L. Donahey,
Samuel Khig, of Fulton county, and
Miss Emma Kleck, of Henry county,
Muslins in all widths, from 4-4 tr
10-4 wide, at Horn & Norden's. ' 2t '
The Rio Grande Tor - more than 200 '
miles above El Paso, Tex., is probably
the exookadest and most winding stream,
oa the continent, - ,
Our line of colored shirts are now;
ready for inspection. See them in
our window. 2t Geo. Hahn.
Horn k Norden are noted for hav
ing the best carpet warp in the city. 2t
He finds it "a wonderful care for a bad
cough." Mr. Wm. F. Anderson, Ml Wator
St., New York City, N. Y., gives this indorse
ment: "I have found Dr. Boll's Cough
Syrup the wonderful cure it is represented to
be. It is just the thing for a bad cough."'.
Ribbons and Kid gloves for easter.
' 2t Horn & Norden.
RHEUMATISM CtJBID in a Dat. "Myntio
Cure" for Rheumatism and Neuralgia, radi
cally cures in 1 to 3 days. Its action upon
the system is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at onoe the canee and the dia
base immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly benefits, 75 cents. Sold by D.
J. Humphrey, Druggist, Napoleon.
nov 16-93 8m
their praises, when writing abottt
OF SHIRTS ! I
to suit all tastes. Have you seen .
: One Price to AIL
Saur & Balsley's.
nine ushers. - s ,
er, Jr., sole agent. . . 8t