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And Henry County News.
ESTABLISHED A. D. 1852.
NAPOLEON, O., THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1894.
VOL. XLII-NO. 8.
' AHD EE5ET COHSTY 5EW8.
MnUrt i th4 Naplo r. 0. o Bwut-Ciau
Pebllihwi Ivary TiorwUy Morelnf. :''
Office, lUrtbwest Building. Washington St.
Sanaa of a.'bwcrlptKwa.:
' YwTatli do. 81.00
81z Months 1 dve. ... ....-
If not Pld la tdrtDO. Ibea l.SO will be eoarged.
rjTNoiiir will kadUoontionad notll all arrear
ages are paid, a aim rt U option of lb pabliitanr.
Job Printing ot ry dsaorlptlon neatly
Ain't of 8pc. 1 weak 1 no; I mo.lt no. 1
On Colamn . 4 00 SHOO U00 $5000 n00
u - .... I IS f (0 14 00 MM 48 00
!4 ! .... IB" 8 B0 t 60 1 4 00 8JJ"
Onelnch-, 85 1 00 1 00 8 00 08
All bnnlnm locals, ('Inserted among para read
ing uiHr, 10 cent per Una for 8rst Insertion and
8 cents per lice for each additional Inseruiin.
BusineM locals, when inserted under the bead
of business Looais. t oeaia per line (or eaon luser
tlon. ; 1
The Season is Here!
Springtime, with all its re
junevating qualities, ia 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 of Saur & Balsley
' has never been more complete
than, at the present time. They
can furnish you the very best
and latest patterns, and the
" a . i '
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
per upon its inside walls and
ceilings, and tbere is no ex
cuse for any home to go with
out these comforts, for 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 your home as
pleasant as possible by pur-
chasing wall paper ot baur &
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-r
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. . , , - ,. ,"
Saur St ' Balsley take great
pleasure in showing you
through- their 'stock, whether
you wish to purchase or not,
and thay cordially; invite you
to call and visit them, feeling
confident that they can make
-.it to your interest to do so. !iJ
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
cin e they" take the lead, keep
ing in stock all ihe old and
new discoveries in this line.
Their paints and oils have" a
standard reputation for; purity
and lasting qualities. The
'paints" sold by them are old and
reliable - brands, . which have
been bef oi e the r public for
years, and have always given
Their book department is
complete inVevery : particular,
and special inducements are.
offered those , seeking books,
papers, magazines, etc., and
especially those on the lookout
for ' books to replenish their
libraries. Stationery, ; school
books and school supplies, in
fact everything neeeded in
the school room is found at
Saur & Balsley's.
Twenty Fifth, Aaaiversary of
lis Orliaatioa as & Priest.
A LARGE ASSEMBLY DO HONOR
. - TO THE OCCASION.
One of the finest events ever
held in our beautiful little city iras
the banquet in honor of the 25th an
niversary of Father Pitz, which came
off at the opera house on the evening
of the 28th of March.
The occasion was first observed at
St. Augustine's church, by the
solemnization of high mass in the
morning, which was participated in
by a number of visting Fathers from
neighboring counties, among whom
were noticed: Rev. Graham, of Ant
werp, Kinkead, of Defiance, J. B.
Mertes, Maumee, John Heiland, Ad
ams Ridge, Win. Harks, ' New Ba
varia. :, .
Other appropriate exercises were
had during the day, which culmi
nated in a grand banquet in the even
ing, that was probably attended by
near a thousand people, who were
pleasantly entertained and royally
The suppor served was one of the
finest ever spread in Napoleon, the
Catholic ladies being overwhelmed
with compliments for the tasty man
ner and beautiful appearance of the
tables and especially were they com
plimented upon the appetizing bill of
fare which was provided, which con
tained almost every ting known to the
culinary art. i
For the fragrant "flowers which
adorned and decorated the tables, the
ladies were indebted to Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Hartnett, of Columbus, who
generously furnished them. Their
fragrance scented the entire hall, and
their beauty added much to the
cheerfulness of the occasion;
The banquet table proper had a
plaee in the center of the house, and
was seated by the distinguished
guests named above, together with
the following citizens of Napoleon:
Father Pltz, Mayor Meekison, Judge
Donnelly, Judge Cuff, Supt. Beek,
Hons. S. M. Heller and J. H. Tyler:
Drs. J. C. Saur and J. Bloom-
field, Daniel Hartnett and L. L. Or-
wig:,;', ' .; ;
Promptly' at 8 o'clock Judge Don
nelly, who acted as Toast Master, in
a neat little speech welcomed all in a
hearty manner and announced that
the exercises of the evening would be
proceeded with. The toasts, and
who responded to them, were called
in the following order: '.
"Napoleon and its Future," by
"Father Pitz, Will He Keep a Place
in Napoleon's History," by Hon. S.
M. Heller. j
"Silver Threads," by Judge Cuff, j
"The Catholic Church of Napoleon
Does its Past Compare with its Pres
ent," by Hon. J. H. Tyler.
"Noble Sentiments," by Prof. Johri
Beck. . . , : j
"Our Common Country," by Rev.
Kinkead."- " -." j
"The Press," by L. L. Orwig. 1
"The Visible Head of the Catholic
Church on Earth," byRev; Graham,
The different toasts were well re
ceived by the audience, and were in
terspersed with instrumental music
by Misses Frances Vocke, Gertrude
Vocke, Grace Donnelly, and the 16th
Regiment Band. ! ; r
At the conclusion of these exercises,
Judge Donnelly, upon behalf of the
Catholio congregation, presented
Father Pitz with a purse, the gift, of
the members of his charge. Rev.
Pitz responded in a feeling manner)
being much moved by the expressions
of friendship j. and remembrance
which were showered upon him on
this occasion, the 25th anniversary of
his ordination to the Priesthood.
After, this, the audience' was highly
entertained 1 by j a program gone
through with . upon "the .. stage by
children of the Catholic congregation,
all of whom conducted themselves in
acreditabls manner, i ; ( :
Father Pitz ' was born in Gilsdorf,
Luxemburg, Germany, Dec. 29, 1845
He was educated in his native, town
and graduated at 20, when, he came
to Cleveland, O., and attended theolo
gical seminary four years. He was
ordained a priest in March, ,1869, by
Bishop Rappe. ' After spending a
year at Fostoria he came to Napo
leon, where- he has Bince remained,
and it wis through his untiring ef
forts that the magnificent church
edifice which now. adorns the corner
of Clinton and Monroe streets was
built. Its cost was Borne (30,000. and
when completed was free of debt...
The Superiority . !
Of Hood's Sarsaparill, is due to the
tremenduous amount of brain work
and constant care used in its prepara
tion. Try one bottle and you will be
convicted of its superiority, ' It puri
fies the blood whiph, the source of
health, cures dyspepsia, overcomes
sick headaches and biliousness. , It is
just the medicine for you.
. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable,
carefully prepared from the best in
Notice to Assessor.
The assessors elected April 3d, 1894,
will meet at the auditor's office on
Monday, April 8th, 1894, at 10 o'clock .
in the forenoon, for consultation, and
to receive the necessary blanks and
instructions for their work. Each
assessor will be required to furnish a
certificate from the township clerk,
that he has given bond and taken
the oath of office as required by law.
J. H. Rksh, County Auditor.
Brlgbtened Up. '
Janitor Hlrsland has brightened up
the court room wonderfully, by plac
ing oilcloth covering on the floor in
side the bar, revarnishing the furni
ture, and giving the room a general
overhauling. It is quite an improve
ment. The janitor is also touching
up the furniture generally in the court
house. ' . . ' ' .
Tate's Toledo bread received fresh
every day at Mrs. R. B. Shasteen's.
Comes on the noon train. 8t
, How's This, Elmer? ;
E. A. Palmer, the assistant state
dairy and food commissioner of Na
poleon, has been arresting Tiffin par
ties for the alleged violation of the
law pertaining to adulterated foods.
The trouble . with this inspector is
that he is superficial, does not strike at
the root of the evil. The adulterated
food that under the line of his obseri-
vatioh harms nobody, and occasion
ally foods are sold that are harmful
and deleterious to health but he does
not discover it and the groeers
escape, while others much more inno
cent are annoyed by his prosecutions;
Palmer should be asked to retire from
active duty. Fostoria Democrat.
We use Green Hickory for Bmok-
The Pork House will still receive
meat to smoke or cure during the
next two months. . - j
tf . E. R. Cowdrick. !
EVERY DAY, AT
The reason why we are not afraid to publish prices- of our goods is
because .WE KNOW that our competitors can not discount them. Haw;
is"this for a starter: 150 pair woinans' gloves at 20c per pair;' other'
dealers will charge you 30o. Wove wire mattressess, a hummer i:
$1,25; China Silks 28 in. wide at 50c per yd. Baby cabs; at from $5 tu
$10 each. . Fancy staple ginghams, just new goods, at 5o.
: ISO pair Flow Shoes nt $1, think of it. yon cannot bny name quality of other daal
ers for Ipsw tha 1,00; fine CaMimere Drena Goods nt 25o per yd; elegant Bedroom
SniU at $lflj Henderson Sheeting at Eo. worth 7s; Diain room ohairs at $2,25; In -dingo
prints at 4o. worth 6c; CQ,pieocg staple tirints nt 4 and 6o, worth 7; fine and
neatly designed Bookcases ever offered at $17; auythingjjon wnt in Jewelry at ,
' lowest prices; husk Mattresses at $2,26 each, worth $3,60.! - i
Tablo Damack at from J5 to 5Ca a yd; the: best exlanalon pillow ahm holder over offend
at 9So; Trl-atnte Warp, one of the beat brands l.i the market, 80 to Mi; ValiuM and trunks
at lowest prlcea; hraaa extension enrtain poea at 25c oaon; Hlcjflry rockers very best atJ2
an elegaut line of face veiling at 15c a yd ; Bamboo easels oni j 7So, everybody ought to uavo
one; aco curtains at fl a pair; a big drlve'ln wall paper, come eet prloes, if you do yon
will aurely buy ; we trim the borders us well as the paper: 100 negligee thlrts at eoo and Toe,
others will char ere yon tl for same makes; aoimplete lineof sohool books at only luperoent.
above manufacture prices; silver wstches with gold hinges nt only ill with Elgin movements
best quality of fringed napklni at 1 a doi; larsre towel rings and brass hooka for only ITcj a
little sharp for mosquito netting, but we hove g t It just the same for only 6o a jd.; stolr and
floor hemp carpet, best quality, from 18 to Mcj a yard; playing cards at 10c a deck; we have a
largo line of white dress goods and are eolug to put the prices down where they belong; Men's
Kangsroo ahoes, every pair wanauted, only IS a pair: 100 ladiea Swiss ribbed vests at 80o
euch; men's all wool pants, these are baraains. at J.25 a pair; lOSdosen straw hata, any style
you want at rock bottom prices; French mirror plates, any size you want at a mere trifle
more than window g ass. I
Large lineof ladies fine shoes andalippe'sat prices that will sell them; 150 dozen
fnr and wool hats, latest stylos and lowest priues; big line of center tables at from
$2 to $6 each; feather pillow with best tiok. at 7uo eaoh; Rogers Br Vs. triple plato
silver knives and forks at $3.76 a eet; robber coats from $2 to 82.60; robber boots,
sandals, eto., at lowest prioes. The above is only a few of the many different arti
cles we carry in stock, and prioes on all goods not mentioned at the lowest prioes.
In addition to the above we carry a fully line of undertaking goods, ladies and gents'
robes and barial shoes, eto.
When you have purchased $30 worth of goods, for cash, you are en
titled to your choice of the following: New Haven silverware, tripple
plate and warranted for ten years, consisting of coffee pot, tea pot,
sugar bowl, butter dish, pickeldish, creamer, spooner and syrup dish.
Grape Vines for Bale. i
Concord, 8 cents apiece.
Moors Early, 7 cents apiece. i
Elvira White, 4 cents each. j
Zanesville, 5 Cents each. .
Orders can be taken at Peter Bos-
tleman's, at Bostelman's corners,
Henry Co., Ohio, or at Michael B.
UV,,or. AoVilVinl,! fl.. HOT 140. !
V 1.1 1 , v, 1
Orders wiU be taken up to April
15th and delivered on April 21st,
Orders can also be left with Chas,
Polker, Napoleon, O.
M. B. Bchrer.
Have you Heard the Latest.
The very latest and bst news
which we have to announce to our
many readers, is that Saur & Balsley
have just received and placed on sale
one of the largest and best selected
stocks of wall paper -and ceiling dec
orations which has ever been on ex
hibition in the town of Napoleon.
Those who- are about to renovate
their houses and repaint and paper
them, should look the stock over at
this house,- get their prioes and see
what beautiful patterns are in store
for them. A room well papered is
said fo be almost furnished and the
cost is only a trifle when compared
with the cost of the cheaper kind of
furniture. Don't wait until you want
to use the' paper, but look around
now, see where you can find the
nicest paper, the latest and best pat
terns, and at the same time buy to the
N New Court Cases.
The following new court cases have
been entered upon the court docket
during the past week : ;
Mary C. Hitt vs. Mary Ann Ham-
ler, et al. - Partition. -.- r
M. Eugene Loose vs. Jag. M. Boul
ton, et al. Foreclosure. .
House For Heat,
House and lot on south- side for
rent Enquire on the premises of
Mrs. John. Poorman. . , 8t
. School Board.
At the- election. Monday, for two
members of the school board, 261
votes were east, divided among the
candidates as follows: ' " i
Theo. Lndwig..:.!............ 186
Geo. Hildred 159
Frank Fisk.. r..v 115
M. J.v Shoemaker...... 102
Messrs. Hildred and Ludwig, hav
ing received the highest number of
votes, are elected. They are the two
retiring members of the old board'. J '
Democrat ElectBnt Two Candidates
The Washington township election
resulted as follows:
, Trvsteb John Liddle, r,173, Al
fred; Miller, d, 77. . ......
Clkbk W. H. Jackson, r, 115,. W.
H. Weirich, d, 188. . I ;
Justice C. . H. Hanohett, r, 138,
Daniel Ailer, d, 112.
Assessor F. P. Mohler, r, 120., Geo.
Weirich, d, 128. '.: '
Constables A. F, Brailey, r, 147,
W. B. Carr, r, 128; S. L, , Shonk, ,d,
113, J. Tippin, d, 88.
New Bakery and Restaurant. ;
A new bakery and restaurant will
open up next week in the Heller
building room which has been vacant
for some time. . The -new firm will be
known as Jeakle & Packard. - Both
are young gentlemen, Mr. Jeakle re
siding in Monroe township, and Mr.
Packard in Harrison, but both are
experienced hands in the bakery and
short lunch business.' ''' We wish the
new firm success.
Marriage Licenses. , T !
Geo. G. Morrison and Minnie Hahn.
Harmon Hahn and Mary Soheele.j
August Bade and Dora Stickley. ' j
Jno. E. MoClure and .AfnnaYoost.
Geo. N. Maiers and Mitinie Rusk. '
Thn third quarterly session of the
Henry County Teacher's Association
will be held atDeshler, O., Saturday,
April 7, 1894.
9:00 O'CLOCK A. M.
Phonetics Miss Mary Barnes, Na
Discussion Miss Mamie Gunn, Hol-
" I 7 w - ..
iliLlUlie LIU OUpu 1. X'. XUVUiOUU,
Discussion C. F. Gainner, Custar,
Practical Physiology W. P. Duffy,
Napoleon, O.- - --.
Discussion Supt. H. A. v Jones,
Deshler, O. . . : '
. 1:00 O'CLOCK P. M. ' . , .
Good discipline, a necessity Miss
Anna Billheimer, Deshler. ' y
Discussion Miss Nella Fribley,
Language Work Supt. C. M. Mi! -
roy, McCoiub, O.
Discussion Miss Libbie Hill, Desh
Paper Supt. W. H. Richardson,
The New Education Supt. F. J.
Beck, Napoleon, O.
. Discussion Supt. H. A Jones,
Deshler, O., Supt. .E. A. Ballmer,
Milton Center, O.
' Music, services, etc.
f. Letter List. .'
Letters remaining uncalled for in
the Napoleon postoffice for the week
April 5, 1894: .""
Louise Ersteien, Jany Elldnorth,
Ellis Sweenv. Jacob . Carroll. J. R3
Free, Michael - Harbold, , Charlie
Persons calUrisr for the above letters
will please say they were advertised
and give date. - f
Geo. Russell, Postmaster.
WHO . GETS THE MOSEY.
The following orders have been
drawn upon the county treasury for
the week ending April 8rd. i
Boys Ind. Sch'l, clothing, eto. $38 65
K E. Decker, jail bill 1 , 44 58
Nordten Ss Bruns, oil cloth for
Court House , DO 68
Saur & Co., int . 20 00
J. H. Resh, sal for Moh., fr'g't 13S 63
J. W. Swisher, moving bridges 50 00
J. C. Saur St Co., Int 750 00
W. P. Armstrong, bal Apr. eL ' 74 25
D. C. Brown, clerk bd. of el... . 25 00
L. L. Orwig, printing 6 85
J. W. Sharpe, med. services... . 4 55
C. E. Reynolds, env. for relief
committee....... 2 00
Wm. Samse, wood... 5 00
L. L. Orwig-, stationery, adv... 61 60
" ' " oon. of tr. notice 21 50
D. C. Brown, indexing.... 18 04
W. Spengler, groc. for pauper
" ' inf..
M. Reiser. Jr., shoes for paup.
i " 8 pair of shoes...
D. J. Crampton, fruit trees for
. infirmary..-. 16 25
J. P. Rattan, sal. for Mch 41 60
N. Schuler, coffins 10 25
Mrs. R. B. Shaeteen, groceries
for infirmary '.......;.;.....'. 20 09
Mrs. R. B. Shasteen, groceries
, for paupers 8 00
H. E. Stockman, ex. on paup. 4 10
Harmon & Walcott, table for
, ; infirmary....,...., 4 00
Special Notice. "' ''
The Henry County Board of School
Examiners will hold a meeting on the
first Saturday in April and the first
Saturday of May, at the Court House
in Napoleon, Ohio, commencing at 10
o'clock a. m., in the room where the
county school examinations are held
for the examination of teachers.
, Said meetings , will be for the pur
pose of examining pupils of the sub
districts and pupils of special districts
in said county who may apply, and
shall be of such a character as shall
enable the successful applicants to en
ter any high school in Henry county
in accordance with act passed March
33d, 1892. Mrs. Sub Welsted, ,
OW Clerk of Board of Exm'nrs.
: - A Revolution on the Canale. ""-;
Electricity is to be applied right
avay as a motive power on the state
canals of New York. The state au
thorities have issued a permit to the
Cataract General Electric company to
establish electric power plants along
the banks of the canal. Rates are
hot to exceed $20 per electrical horse
power for each season of navigation,
but the charges of the monopoly thus
granted will be further regulated by
competing mule and steam power.
With this money the company will
build canal boats equipped to show
the advantages of the new power.
Both companies are subsidiary to the
Niagra power company, and the "eleo
trical power to be used on the canals
will be obtained from Niagra Falls
and transmitted all the way along to
Albany. This use of the Niagra Falls
to generate electrical power for trans
mission to various remote ' points
promises a great revolution in indust
ry. " ;
The Napoleon Summer School.
There will be a summer school or
ganized at Napoleon; O., this summer
for the purpose of reviewing the com
mon school branches and for the
study of the higher professional
branches, if desired. Particular at
tention will be given to methods,
principles of teaching and pedagogy;
all that has a tendency to enhance
the teacher and his profession
Teachers are, as a general rule, too
unprofessional.' Who should attend?
All teachers of this and adjoining
counties, whether of graded or un
graded schools, should attend this or
some school of its kind, and gather
inspiration and a knowledge of the
"new education." All pupils who
think of teaching in the near future
should attend. All who wish to bet
ter their education,, should attend.
The great question is: "What can '
vou do and how can you do it.". Cor-
respondence is solicited. School wiling
begin about June 15, and continue six Tf -inrf. trV it at
or eight weeks. Tuition will be reas-
F. J!? BECK,
W. P. Dvffy,
Teachers, Napoleon, O.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now Known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, re-
quires a constitutional , ireanueui.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal-
ly, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system, there-
Dy aestroymg in muuuawwu
disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the const itu -
tion and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors nave so muou
faith in its curative powers, that they
trw. -rvna MnnrlrBrl Dollars for anV
UUW V -
case that in fails to cure. Send for
list of Testimonials. .
a v J flHRNET k CO..
Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists, 75e.
The Northwest goes for $1 peryr.
Highest of all ia Leavening Power Latest U. S Gov't Report
r i v i
Heal Estate Translera.
The following transfers have been
recorded during the past week:
Wm. Benskin to E. B. Harrison,
26 acres in section 15, $400.
Wm. Diery to Nancy E. Benien, 80
acres in section 10, $5000.
Wm. Diery to Peter E. Diery, 110
acres in section 15, $0000.
Rosa Spetth to John G. Zachrioh,
47 acres in section 10, $1000.
M. Donnelly to Wm. H. and John
F. Miller, 40 acres in section 25, $1450.
Ed. E. Foor to Christopher Gear
heart, 8 acres in section 29, $275.
Elizabeth Ritter to Levi Ritter, 83
acres in section 27, $3300.
Aaron M. Wirick to Matilda E.
Wirick, 100 acres in section 25, $7000.
1 X.IBIBT? TOWNSHIP. '
Albert Follett to Henry Carpenter,
20 acres in section 13, $450.
Christopher Gearhart to E. F. Foor,
27.16 acres in section 27, $1700.
BICHriCLD I. WMSHIP. ,
J. C. Hines to U. G. Warner, 10
acres in seotion 27, $450.
' DISHLCB. '
R. K. Scott to Jacob Sherer, lots
527, 528, 662, 562 and 563, original
Fred Orthwine to Frank Kimberly,
lot 117 original plat, $150.
Elmer McCracken to John Mo
Cracken, part lot 69; "original plat,
$180. ,; , ; ...y -.t .
' LIB SETT OENTBB. "
Alma A. Miller to Wm. W. Mohler,
lot 86, A. Buchanan's addition, $325. .
V , MAPOLBOM COBPOBATION. 1 ;
Emma H. ... Brigham to Jessimine
M. Richards, lots 81 and 82, Hague
and Raffs addition, $200.
Sherman Overhulse to Emma- and
Hester Sheward, lqt 4, J. G., Lowes
addition, $400.. . ...
-. MoCi.ubb. ,
David Stoner to David C. Hock
man,, lots 10 and 11, McClure's addi
Emanuel Motter to David N. Gun
ter, lot 8, original plat, $150.
L. L. Horn to Elbert Packard, lot
22, L. L. Horn's 1st addition, $100.
Elbert Packard to J. G. Marklev,
lot 23. L. L. Horn's 1st addition $200.
. Levi Dresback to John G. Markley,
lots 22 and 26, L. L. Horn's addition,
Land for Sale. '
I have 40 acres of land in Sec. 10,
Freedom township, a part of the old
Caldwell place, for sale. Also, an 80
acre farm near North Creek, Put
nam county. On long time.
8t C. E. Reynolds.
Old Monroe Democratic to the Core.
The Democracy of old Monroe
comes lip smiling by electing every
thing in sight Monday, as the follow
ing figures will show:
Trustee. F. G. Arps, d, 176, M.
Crockett, r, 66. i . .
Clerk. L. M. Grove, d, 175, Wm.
Eratz, r, 63.
Treasurer. Jos. Rentz, d, 183, D.
Grim, r, 55.
Assessor. Jos. Rentz, d, 162, W.
C. Barnhill, r,74.
Justice. F. A. Foster, d, 183, H.
Crossman, d, 172, G. W. Ostrander, r,
43, Jno. Masden, r, 41.
Mr. Conklin, of Teoumseh, Mich.j
has taken the place of Sam Powell as
express agent for the Pacific Co. ;
i HAD A SUIT MADE ?
j and you will be
J satisfied it is the cheapest
J way to buy clothing.
i The best is the cheapest
, J ,i J
jj IjJJLy Oi-ll-l.
EAGLE CLOTHING HOUSE,
j 3-oxgre Halm, Xxop'r-
We have but
CHAKLE8 SHOEMAKER, --
Tonsoriat Artist. - ,t
Geo. Valentine's old plaee. ' f
MONEY TO LOAN .
On first mortgage seeority at low rate of
Interest. Partiul payment! received and In
terest stopped. Ecqnire at the lav offioe of
Tyler A, Tyler. Napoleon, O. . nov90-6m
UoneytoLoanite and 7 percent
M. KNTJPP, Napoleon .O.
LOAN AT 6 AND 7 FEB
F. D. FRINTIB.
509,000 feet of rough and dressed lnmber
at Snyder Bros. Saw Mill. Cedar shingles
and all kind of building material always on
Why not smoke the best when yon oan get
tbe"Ke-No"oigar for So. Call for it and
yon'll get it. tf
For your pure drags and wall paper you
should oall on F. H. Voigt, of Holgate. All
goods at lowest prices. tf
Dr. Humphreys' New Speciflo for
grippe, is meeting with phenomenal
sale. A sure cure almost infallible,
curing 99 cases of 100. For sale by
all druggist. lm
Always Cheapest Vor Same Grade '
Painless extraoting !25cts
Silver Filling 50ots
Gold Filling .'... 75ots
Golderown $7 00
Bet of teeth $10 00
The above is not my high grade work, bnt
the very best for the price.
tf W. J. Fibbbbpcnt, Dentest,
Von Must Settle.
Those who are indebted to ns are re
quested to oall and settle immediately, as
our boobs must be balanced at once.. De
lays may be expensive. A word to the wise
is uffioient. tf . Hbnbt Metbb.
Mrs. A. E. Mann has removed her dress
ranking rooms to Mrs. Harriet Gary's for
mer residence on sohool house street, tf
"Ke-No,"Bn honest 6o cigar, fell foi it
u 1 you'll get it. Many tec centers don't
apt roach it. '- ' '
If yon wish your work done by a praotieal
horseshoer and worker in iron, call on Billy
Sheffield, Deshler, Ohio. He has a reputa
tion for honest and artistio work whioh few
others possess. y tf
J. R. Sayers Is agent for Dr. J. A. Drake's
family mediolnes. All medioines warrant
ed. DB.J.A. DllAXB,
jnly2l-tf Pbb J.R. Saikbs.
Dr. E. W. Talbottwill extraot teeth with
out pain by nse of Arophene, having seourep
he r'ght of Dr. C. A. Thatcher. tf
We are In receipt of the latest popular
songs, "Mary Dennis" and Dennis is her
name," a conoid waits ballad. This song
will certainly be the next popular otaze.
Prioe 40o. -'The Old . Fiddler, or He Conld
Only Play Home, Bweet Home," a bespti
fnl desoriptive song of an old street fiddler.
This song cannot fail to please all who her
it. Prioe 40o. And "Let em Alone," an ea
coedingly funny, topioal song. These songs
are for sale at all music stores or may be ob
tained from the publishers, The Thompson
MusioOo., 807 Wabash Ave,, Chicago, at one
half the printedprioe . .
' Chas. Rexroth has given up his po
sition in Voigt's drugstore at Holgate.
To Trade. . .. ,
A good business property centrally located
in Holgate, Ohio, for trade for wild land or
farm property looated in Henry County, O.
For pirtioulsrsoall at the office of Cahill &
Donovan. ...... - 'f
RmtOMATtsM Cored ih a Dax. "Mystio
Cure" for Rheumatism and Neuralgia, radi- .
oally cures in 1 to 8 days. Its aotion npon .
the system is remarkable and, mysterious.
II removes at once the canse and the dis-.
use immediately disappears. The first
do-ip greatly benefits, 76 cents. Sold by D.
J. Humphrey, Druggist, Napoleon.
nov 16-93 8m
one price to all. J