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ESTABLISHED A. D. 1852.
NAPOLEON, 0., THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1894
VOL. XLHtNO. 10.
AID EEJBY 00TJSTY KEWS.
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ing m.ller, 10 cenU per line for Orst insertion and
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Bnaineu (veals, wben laeerted under the head
of Business IiOoals, 5 eeuie per line for eaoh Inser
tion. - , '
The Season is Here!
; Springtime, with all ita I re-
iunevating 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 1 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
veiy best quality, at prices
that will equal any ( and. alj
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
varitiesi and qualities .to. suit
every possible r purchaser.
Nothing ; adds morel' jto! ! the
beauty alid Comfort of a home
than tasty, clean,' bright pa
per upon its inside walls ,and
ceilings, and there ' ia. 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 iwisb. 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 of 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
prised to learn how cheap you
can hang blinds or curtains in
your windows. Kemove the
old faded and torn blinds and
replace them with tasty new
ones. . , .!..,", ".'.' ;'JX"
Saur & Balsley take great
pleasure in showing you
through their ; stocky whether
you wish to purchase br not,
and thay 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 liriej
Their paints and:; oils .have a
standard reputation for purity
and r lasting . ; qualities . The
paints sold by them are old &nd
reliable 'brands which have
been . befoTe ??tbe public for
years, and have ajtways given
. gatisfactioiii.l'f fif ku l ,
, Theit book, department is
complete In every - particular;
and special.: inducements "? are
offered those : seeking books,
capers, magazines, etc.,' and
especially those on the lookout
for books; to replenish : their
libraries. Stationery, school
books and school supplies, ;in
fact v; everything neeeded,iri
the Bchool room is found at
Saur & Balsley'e.' : ': ;
II Two-thirds o! Its Citizens Say
. ; ' So.
AN ACT. '
To amend Section 2837' of the JSe-
vited Statute! at amended March 28th,
1804. ' .' " ' -- ' '
Sscrtow 1. Be It enacted by the
General Assembly of the State of
Ohio, that Section 2887 of the Revised
Statutes, as amended March 38th,
1894, be amended so as to read as fol
lows:, x- ,
Sectioit 2837. Before any bonds
are issued or tax levied, as provided
in the next two . proceeding sections.
the question of issuing the bonds
shall be submitted to the voters of
the township or municipal corpora
tion at a general or special election.
And whenever the trustees of any
township or hamlet, or the council of
any municipal corporation shall by
resolution declare it necessary to issue
and sell the bonds of such township,
hamlet, or municipal corporation, as
the case may be, for any or eith
er of : the purposes mentioned ; in
section 2835 of the revised statutes, in
any amount specified in suoh resolu
tion, ana snail ny suoa resolution nx
a date upon which the question of is
suing ana selling suoh bonds snail be
subinitted to the electors of such
township, hamlet or municipality.
and snail cause a copy or suoh resolu
tion to be certified to the deputy state
supervisors of the county in which
such township, hamlet or municipal
ty is situated,, or board of election in
such cities . as have such boards.
and such deputy state supervisors, or
such board or election, shau within
ten days thereafter proceed to pre
pare the ballots and make all. other
necessary arrangements for 'the subJ
mission of such question to the elect
ors of such township, hamlet or mu
nicipal corporation, .at the time fixed
in said resolution. Such election shall
be held at the regular place or places
of voting in such township, hamlet
or municipality, and shall be conduct
ed, canvassed, ana ; certified in the
same manner, except as otherwise pro
vided by law. as April elections in
silch township, hamlet or municipal
corporation for the election of officers
thereof, Provided, however, that
when a special election for such pur
poses is held in a municipal "corpora
tion divided into wards, there shall
be but one voting place in each Ward,
which shall be designated by the dep
uty state supervisors of election, or
in cities having a board of election,
by such board, and the notice herein
after provided for shall designate the
voting place in each ward. In all cit
ies in which registration is required,
certificates of removal shall not be
necessary, except when transfers are
required from one ward to another,
and the board of elections of all such
cities shall issue all such removal cer
Fifteen day's notice of the submiss
ion Bhall be given in one or more new
papers, printed therein, once a week
for two consecutive weeks, statincr
the amount of bonds to be issued, the
purpose ror which they are to be is
sued, and the time and place of hold
ing the election; and if no newspaper
is printed therein, the notice shall be
posted in a conspicuous place and
published once a week for two con
secutive weeks in some newspaper of
general circulation in the township
or municipal corporation; and if two
thirds of the . voters voting at such
election upon the question of issuing
the bond, vote in favor thereof, then
and not otherwise the bonds shall be
issued and the tax levied.
Those who vote in favor 6f the
proposition shall have written or
printed on their ballots "For the is
sue of bonds," and those who vote
against the same shall have written
or printed on their ballots the words
"AgainBt the issue of bonds."
section 2. That said section 2887
of the Revised Statutes as amended
March 28th, 1894. be. and the same is
SECTIONS. This act shall take ef
feot and be in force from and after
its passage. .-'A, , . . ,,
LiEONIDAS H. SOUTHARD.
Speaker pro ' tern. of the House of
v ttepresentatives.- ' s v. ; : -e
i .Ahdbbw Harris, ,
President of the Senate!
Passed March 80th, 1894.
Marriage Lioenaeg. .,
;'iriompwMar 'ji Walt
J ohn Jeakles and Azelia A. Newton.
'Wm. Diery and !LanrarHur!.'! W
1 Albert Weirich and Millie Ht 'Paw-
ley. ' . . ''; r'-v
' Geo. Arps and Katrjna H.elberg. i j
Martin Huber'-" and' Catharine
Chas. M. Harrison and Amelia C.
Geo. E. Harris and Sadie Shumak-
er.. ... , ' ;
. Ernest Fishburn and Lizzie Lem
mons, '" :,: '
LeviT. Bitter and Ida Carroll, i
Hood's and Onljr Hood's.
Are you weak , and weary,- over
worked and tired? Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla is just the medicine you need to
purify and quicken your blood and
give you rappetite and strength. If
you decide to take Hood's Sarsaparflla
do not be Induced to buy any other.
Any effort to substitute any other
remedy ., Is proof of the merit of
Hood's. . M - ,V:' i
flood's. Pills are the best after-din
ner pills, assist digestion, cure head-
aohe. Try a box. " 1 ;, " "
' 'Moire ribbons in all the new shades
at Horn & 'Norden's. ' " , ' gt
Epworth League, at M. E. Church,
Sunday, April 22, at :1S o'clock
p.m. - u
Tdpio: ' The gladness of b service.
Reference Psa. IV. . '
T. P. S. C. E., at Presbyterian
church, Sunday, April 22, at 0:30
o'clook p. m. , . -
Topio: What and how to provide
for the future. Reference Matt. XXV;
We have just opened up a large In-
voroe of fine sateens in very pretty
styles, and 23 per cent, cheaper than
heretofore, at Norden & Bruns. 2t
Mr. Martin Huber, of Napoleon,
was united in marriage to Miss Cath
arine Wirth, of Monroe township,
Tuesday, April 10th, at St. Augus
tine's church, - Rev, Father -Puetz
officiating, i After' he cerem'oby, the
bridal party left for their all-ready
furnished home in Monroe township,
where' a reception of friends was
held. Mr. Hubber started house
keeping in first-class shape', by giving
cigars to the printer and ordering the
A new line of all wool challies.
Don't forget to see them at Horn Si
? New. Court Oases. '"
The following new court cases have
been' entered upon the court docket
during the past week : .. .. .. . ; . .
' Levi' Frysinger vs Jas. Donovan
administrator.. Civil, action. , ,;,
, Appointment of Guardian for Rosie
J. Thompson. , Appeal. ;j .... .
.Geo. H. .Smith vs. Jas. Donavan
administrator. s Civil
David Wilson vs David Crampton
and Mary Crampton. CiviL , .
We are ready to show you
the latest novelties in dress
trimmings. -1 2t
Horn & Norden;
OH AELBlTGrB : SAL3 If
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 thenv'Hbw'
is this for a starter: 150 pair womans' gloves at '20c peri-pair; other
dealers will charge you 80o . Wove ; wire mattressess, -a hummer at
$1,25; China Silks 28 in. wide at 50c per yd. Baby cabs at from $5 to
$10 each. Fancy staple ginghams, just new goods, at 5o.
ISO pair Flow Shoes at $1, think of it, you cannot buy anme quality of other deal
ers for Wm than $1,60; fine Caaaimere Dress Goods at 25o per yd; elegant Bedroom
Suits at $15; Henderson Sheeting at 5o, worth 7oj Dinina room ohaira at $2,!5; In-,
diago prints at 4o, worth 6c; GO pieces staple prints at 4 and 'So, worth 7; fine and
neatly designed Bookcases ever offered at $17; anything you want in Jewelry at
lowest prices; hnsk Mattresses at $2,25 each, worth $3,50.
Table Damuk at from 25 to BCo a yd; the best extension pUlow hm holder crer offered
at 95o ; Tri-state Warp, one of the beet brand iu the market, SU to 43o; Vallte and trunk
at lowest pricei ; braes extension enruin poles at 35c eaoh; Hickory rockers very best t$2
an elegant line of face veiling at 15c a yd; Bsmboo. easels only 75o, .everybody ought to have
one; ace curtains at Si a pair; a big drive in wall paper, come Bet prices, if you do yon
will surely buy ; we trim tbe borders as well as the paper: 100 negligee shirts at too and 79c,
others will charge yon l for same makes; acmplete llneofeohool books at only 10 per cent,
above manufacturers prices; silver watches with gold hinges at only $13 with Elglu movements
best qnallty of fringed napkins at (1 ados; iaree towel rings and brsas hooks for only ITc; a
little sharp for moequilo netting, but we have got it jnst the same tor only 6c a id.; stair and
floor hemp carpet, best quality, from 18 to 25c a yard; playing cards at 10c a deck: we have a
large line of white dreBS goods and are going to put tbe prices down where they belong; Men's
Kangaroo shoes, every pair wananted, onl;3 a pair: lot) ladies Swiss ribbed vests at Mo
each; men's all wool pauts, these are bargains, at t'2Jt5 a pair; 100 dozen straw hats, any style
yon want at rock bottom prices ; French mirror plates, any aiae you want at a mere trifle
more than window g ass.
Large line of ladies fine shoes and s!ippe-B at prioes that will sell them; 150 dozen
fnr and wool hats, latest styles and lowest prioes; bis line of center tables at from
$2 to $6 each; feather pillows with best tiek, at 7So eaoh; Rogers Br.)'s. triple plate
silver knives and forks at $3.75 a set; robber ooats from $2 to S2.50; robber boots,
sandals, etc, at lowest prices. The above is only a few of the many different arti
cles we carry in stock, and prioes on alt goods not mentioned at the lowest prioes.
In addition to the above we oarry a tally line of andertnkiog goods, ladies and gents'
robes and burial shoes, etc.
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, pickel dish, creamer, spooner and syrup dish.
A Good Rale.
It is always a good rule to do your
work, especially such as painting,
paper hanging, house cleaning, etc.,
just as early in the Spring as the
weather will permit. We are now in
the midst of that season and- if you
have any paper hanging to do, to go
at once to Saur & Balsley's drug and
wall paper depot and make your1 (se
lections while the stock is full and
complete and you can have the choice
of all the late patterns. This house
deals largely in all kinds of paints as
well as wall and ceiling papers, in
fact makes a specialty of this class
of goods, and those who will
take ..the trouble to look around
a little and investigate prioes as well
as quality, will be sure to learn soon
that in buying at this house they will
secure good bargains and get the Verv
best and latest goods the markets af-
ford ' ' ... : t.i:"?
Spring Opening, Friday aal
Saturday,' April 20 and 21.
' Tour inspection is respectfully in
vited. Pattern . hats and . bonnets,
millinery novelties. ' . :
2t ;".''"'' Kolbb Sisters.
(-' "! Ftre Tuesday Evening. ;
What might have been a serious ac
cident was narrowly averted at this
place Tuesday evening. As the fast
line going west, due at 6.15, was pull
ing into the depot, flames were noticed
issuing from the corner of the 8rd
coaph a blind baggage, car. . Muoh
difficulty was had in extinguishing
the flames as the material was very
dry and greasy and burned like tin
der. Had the fire started in the open
country, with the train going at full
speed, the entire train might have
been consumed -and many people ser
iously if not fatally burned.
The City Ooancll Old and New,
A regular meeting of the city coun
cil was held Monday evening. Mem
bers present: Vocke, Reiser, Ludwlg,
Samse, Cahill and Orwlg.
The clerk read minutes of previous
meeting, whioh. were approved. May
or Meekison presented his bond,
signed by himself, A. E. H. Maerker
andlsaLeist. It was approved and
placed on file. '"'',
There being no other , business be
fore the old - council, it stood ad
journed. The new eounoil was called
to order, and the newly elected mem
bers, Messrs. Cahill, Ludwlg and
Hanna, sworn In. J., 1 "
Mayor Meekison announced the fol
lowing committees for '.the ensuing
year: ..' - " -'
Finance R. W. CahiU.
Purchasing K LI"Orwig.'
Streets and Sidewalks-Theo. Lud
wigi (. i - '1 I- -
Fire Wm. Samse.
Sewer Jas. W. Hanna.
' Sanitary J. Vocke.
. Mr. Cahill introduced the follow
ing resolution, which was adopted:
"Be it resolved by the council of
the incorporated village of Napoleon,
Ohio,' that the clerk of Bald village
eause a notice to be published, of the
time and place of holding the special
election, , the Amount .of bonds to be
issued,' and the purpose- for which
they shall be issued, in the North
west, Signal and German Demokrat
for two consecutive weeks, aeoording
to the law in such case provided."
' A petition, ' numerously signed by
citizens, praying that the Hose Co. of
the fire department be paid for the
Services rendered" at fires,' was re
ceived and upon motion referred to
the following : committee: Vocke,
Samse and Cahill. ' "'"'
On motion, council adjourned.
';'' :-V-' ; Swivel SUk. '1
Something pew for shirt waist and
dresses. 2t Horn &,Nordbn.
Judge Handy Will Locate In Ottawa.
We clip the following from the Ot
tawa Sentinel: ..... . : -
On the first of the coming month
Judge J.' M. Sheets retires from the
practice of the law to take his seat
upon the common pleas bench. At the
same time the law firm of Messrs.
Sheets & Ogan will be dissolved. We
learn that Judge W. H. Handy has
concluded to make Ottawa his future
residence and that he has lormed a
co-partnership with Mr. J. S. Ogan
and that the new firm will occupy the
offices heretofore occupied by Messrs.
Sheets & Ogan. ' Judge Handy is so
well known to the people of this
county that he needs no introduction
from us or any mention of his abili
ties as a lawyer or his worth as a cit
izen.' ' His many mends here win
heartily welcome him to our town,
and wish him a full realization of his
anticipations in the practice of law.
. . Special Notice. .
The Henry County Board of School
Examiners will hold a meeting oh 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
22d, 1892. Mrs. Sub Wkmteds
, td Clerk of Board of Exm'nrs. .
i Notice. --".'' ,--':
You people who send laundry, be
sure and leave it at u. . Etnoema
ker's barber shop. His laundry guar
antees all its work. tf
- Real Estate Transfers.
The following transfers have been
recorded during the past week:
Henry Bolley to Chas. Dirr. HI
acres in section 28, $1800l
Elizabeth J; Rose to John L. Rose,
i acres in section 2, 1600.
Catharine Rinebolt to John L.
Rose 20 acres in section 2, $1.00.
LiniaTi aowviBtr, .
Albert FoUett to Alfred Parker.
40 acres in section 19 and 20 acres in
section 13, $1800.
Albert Follett to Alfred Parker
40 acres in sestion 18, $1200.
" BilTLOW TOWK8HIP. '
Elwllda Greer to Ruth Lanninir. 80
acres in section 5, $450.
Fred's, it. Whort to Valentine Hart-
man 40 acres in section 21, $1200.
Jas. W, Bishop to llenry Haden-
hope, 80 aores in section 8, $2,000.
Jas. W. ilishop to Harmon Mver.
80 acres in section 8, $2500.
W. H. Mitchell to Atrnes N. War
den, lot 109 original plat, $800.
(ieo. K.. Dull to John Dull, lots
564, 665, 566, 567 and 568 original plat,
. JJ. Stearns to W. il. Mitchell.
lot 82, S. D. & J. Steam's addition,
.... .'..."'- .
W. H. Mitchell to uannah J. Fear-
soll, lots 80, 81 and 82 S. D. & J.
Steam's addition, $1201.
John L. Rose to Joseph Welfle. lot
80, A. B. Hill's 8rd addition, $700.
Martin V. Brubaker to Jos. Hovev.
lots 13, 14 and 15, 1 Karsner's 8rd ad
dition, $1300. r , : - . r ,.r
' LIBKBTT OIHTEB. -
E. E. Decker, sheriff, to the Aultman.
Taylor Co., lot 54,. Buchanan's 2nd
' ; MiPOLION OOBPOBATIOK; '''
Win. A. Hanna to D. P. Coe. lot
9, E. S. Dodd'S 1st addition, $1200. -
Theo. JjUdwie to W. Herman et al.
part lot & S. L. Curtis sub-div.- of J.
G. Lowes lots 23 & 24, $1500.
Strictly ' first-class reliable '. kid
gloves, all colors. -: : ,
2t Horn & N6rden.
J The grand jury is still in session, but
expect to complete their labor to-day.
,' Common Pleas Court Proceedings.
The following cases have been dis
posed of up to the time of going to
Arthur Waggoner et al. vs. Clayton O,
Bobbs et al. Con tinned. - - -
- Emily Hardy vs. Jamea W. Hardy. Die.
missed without creiadioe.
. Asa U. Tyler vs. Herman A. Meyertoltz et
al. Continued. -
Jay Q. Turner vs. John A. King. Contin
Daniel Q. Leffler vs. Lafayette B. Merrill
et al. Continued.
. Frederick Hovey vs. Jaoob Eis. Verdict
for plaintiff $227.07, for defendant $168.60,
oaianoe tor riaintin f 58.48.
Henry Rohra, Adm'r. etc, vs. John 0.
Groll, Co. Treas. Continued.
John Zaohrich vs. W. 0. Sohwake et al.
Draper & Nugent vs. William H. Merriam.
Continued with leave to defendants to an
swer GO days after term
Cyrus BiBh vs. Edward Blake. Off docket.
Newton Brown vs. Martin Keohley. Con
tinned. C. H. Gidley, Receiver, eto., vs. J. Frank
Hickerson et al. Demurrer overruled; judg
ment. M. Donnelly vs. James B. Fry et si. Bet-
tied at plaintiffs costs, judgment, no reoord.
Catharine Blair, ext., etc, va. F.ory Miller
et al. Settled at defendant's costs; judg
ment. Mand E. Talbott vs. Minor W. Sites. Dis
missed at plaintiff's routs; judgment.
Harlow J. Divieon vs. lionisa J. Davison.
Dismissed at plaint'ff's cost"; judgment.
Mary D. jfeok vs. Mary a. H ellabanm et
Grant M. Glass vs. George W. Stewart.
ttodney ti. Mobler vs. Howard H. apang-
AnguBta B. Manning vs. Franoes O. Vooke
etal. Continned with leave to defendants
to plead 60 days after term.
Edward P. Hooker et al. vs. Jnlia T. Chan
man et al. Decree as oraved for; judgment
M. D nnelly vs. John W. Alter et al. Set
tled at defendant s costs; judgment.
R.N. Mohler vs. H. H. Spangler Co.
Leave to plaintiff to file petition 60 days af
ter term, continued.
Lament Noirot Jr. vs. George B.Cass. Set
tied and costs Dnid.
Eliza A. Andrew vs. John W. Andrew. Dis
missed at Dlaintiff'a costs: indament.
Joseph A. Holmes vs. C. E. Earp et al
Default note; Judgment f 188.76.
Crocker Fertilizer and Chem. Co. vs.
John MoGarvey. Default note; judgment
A biff saving for f In ribbons,
tt i, 1 laces, corsets
vuuatnuu H, sad kid
Norden's - (gloves.
The Weather According to Prof.
J . . foster, r.
My last bulletin gave of the storm
wave to cross the continent from
April 16th to 20th, and the next will
reaoh the Pacific coast about the 21st,
cross the western mountains by the
close of the 22d, the great central
vallevs from 23d to 25th, and the
eastern states about the 26th.
This storm will be at its greatest force
west of the Mississippi river, and wUl
probably develop thunder storms or
other electrical disturbances. Rains
will not be general, but limited local
ities will have heavy downpours.
The warm wave will cross the west
ern mountains about the 21st, the
great central valleys about 28d, and
the eastern states about the 25th.
The cool wave will cross the western
mountains about the 24th, the great
central valleys about the 26th, and
the eastern states about the 28th. ' 1
Thebestsalvein the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
rBVCiOUlvO, ,JLVV., V ' - " " " I
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
t.inns -and nositivelvcures Piles, or no
payrequlred. Itisguaranteedto give
perfect satisfaction ,0r money refunded
Prtee 25 cents ner box. or bate oy u.
Highest of ait la Leavening Powers-Latest TJ. S. Gov't Report
Will Go to Napoleon.
IDeflance Evening News April 17, IBM,
The members of St John's Dramatio
company have perfected arrange
ments to produce the German drama
"Ein Weihnachts Vorabend." at Na
poleon the evening of April 26. The
dramatio club put this piay on at St.
John's hall early in February, and
those who witnessed the production,
are loud in their praises. The story
of the play is sweetly and pathetical
ly told, and in the hands of the St
John's club, Is interpreted in a pleas
ing and finished manner. Tha club
numbers among its members some ex
cellent amatuer dramatio talent, and
our neighbors will find the entertain
ment worth of their patronage.
'lhe Opera House should be filled
and our Defiance neighbors given a
hearty welcome. During the play a
quartette will sing a number of German
songs and Mr. C. Goller and the Uf er
Bros, will render some fine music on
their zithers. Admission only 25 cents
reserved seats secured on and after
Saturday at Saur & Balsley'B.
We are showing beautiful laces for
dress trimmings in blackJand cream.
2t .HoR3r f JtoKMiaf. !
COMING PIONEER ASSOCIATION.
A Toledo Gentleman Writes Concern
ing the Big Meeting to be Held at
Defiance... ,( J , p.,..-'
Dennison B. Smith writing In the Toledo
Bee says: ''! -'
To the Editor; Something has been said
in yonr paper concerning the celebration bv
the Monumental Amooiation of the 100th an
niversary of Gen. Wayne's victory at tbe bat
tle of Fallen limbers. It may not have been
known by the members of that association.
that at the last meeting of the Maumee Val
ley Pioneers' Association, it was agreed, that
una aut-iversary enoaia pe oeieoratea, oy
them at their 'next meeting whioh will be
held at Fort Defiance on the date in August
corresponding with the day of ths battle,
Great preparations will be made by the pes-
pie oi uenanoe, tor this event, which will oo
our at the old Fort. We may overdo this
celebration business by two attempts, and at
different points. It is proposed- that the
highly useful organization of the Monumen
tal Gentlemen eo-opernte with the Pioneers
and have a rousing matting with a distin
guished orator. i Denanoe expects this and
will prepare to entertain most royally the
members of the associations. Let us ioin
hands for a big meeting and an ontponring
of pat -iotio sentim. nt that will arocae inter
est in preserving the battle grounds on the
Always the best values in handker
chiefs at Horn & Norden's. 2t
Peter Kunz, of Toledo, one of the
oldest engineers on the Wabash road,
visited his brother John Kunz, of this
city, several days last week,
10 cents ladies ribbed
under vests at Horn & Nor-
$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 Oatarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
ly, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the svstem. there
by destroying the foundation of the
disease, and giving the patient
strength by bulklinsr up the constitu
tion and assisting nature in doing its
worn. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers, that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that in fails to cure. Send for
list of Testimonials.
Addriss. F. J. CHENEY & CO.
Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75o.
See the new line of towels for 25
cents at Horn & Norden's. 2t
Shad a suit made?
J If not, try it at
and you wilLbe
satisfied it is the cheapest
way to buy clothing.
The best is the
jm tne end.
EAGLE GLOTIIIIIG HOUSE,
I We have but
The 16th Regimental Band partici
pated in the Opening of Jeakles &
Packard's bakery and restaurant
Tuesday evening. . An excellent con
cert was rendered, after, which the
restaurant proprietors set no a fine
f ..... ' -. -
: OBAHLES SHOEMAKER,
Tonaorial Artist. .
Geo. Valentine's old place.
MONEY TO LOAN
On first mortgage security at low rate of
interest Partial payments received and in
terest stopped. Enquire at the law offloe of
Tyler & Tyler, Napoleon, O. nov30-6m
MoneytoLoanat 0 and 7 percent
M. KNPPP, Napoleon ,Q.' '
MONEY TO. LOAN AT 6 AND T PEtt
CENT. ; ,. .. .;. , F. D. PBINTIB, ,.
tf. - v. Napoleon, Ohio. ...
The best 25 cents window shades la
the city at Horn & Norden's.' v' 2t '
For hard wear Wilson's line of plow
shoes can't be beat and the prices
are right, too. ! r ' J - --' 2t -1
For Sale ,
feet of rough and dressed lumber
at Snyder Bros. Saw Mill. Cedar shingles
and all kinds of building material always on
hand. tf -'
Why not smoke the best when yon oan get
the"Ke-No"oigar for oo. Call .for it and .
you'll get it. ,,''..;'." ". ;tf
For yonr pare drags and wall paper yon
should eall on F. H.Voigt, of Holgata. All
goods at lowest prioes.. :, ,,.,.t . ., . ,tl...
Our line bf colored shirts' are now
ready', for inspection. See them ' ia
our window. : .' 2t " GEO. . Hubs', I
Always Cheapest For Same Grade
Painless extracting 25c ts
Silver Filling..,......,',. ........ fiOots
Gold Filling 76ote
Gold orown. $7 00
Setof teeth $10 00
The above is not my high grade work.- but
the very best for the price. - . m
U , .. W, ttxBBXFOKT, Dentest,
Bitzer Block. .
New lot of spring shawls.
: 2t '
Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro's. .
' Yon Must Settle. '' ' ,'
Those who are indebted to ns are re
quested to oall and settle immediately, as
our books must be balanced at once. . De
lays may be expensive. A word to the wis
is nffioient. ' 1 tf - Hbmst Meijbb. . '
Mrs. A. E. Mann has removed her dresa
making rooms to Mrs. Harriet Gary's for .
mer residence on school house street, tf '
"Ke-No," an honest 6o cigar. Call foi it
sl! you'll get it. Many ten centers don't
approsohit. . U
If yon wish yonr work done by a praotieat
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. . , tf
J . R. Ssyers is agent for Dr. J. A . Drake's
family medioines. All medioinea warran
ed. Db. J. A. DitAM, .
jaly 21-tf Pkb J. R.rUims.
Dr. B. W. Talbott will extract teeth with
out pain by nse of Arophene, having secure?
he right of Dr. 0. A. Thatcher. tf
To Trade. ..
. A good business property oentrallylooated
in Holgate, Ohio, for trade for wild land or
farm property looated in Henry County, O.
For prtioularsoall at the office of Cahill &
RmrouaTTSM Oobsd m a Dat.-"Mystlo
Cure" for Rheumatism and Neuralgia, radi
cally cures in 1 to 3 days. Its aotion npoa
the system is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the oanse and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The first
do e greatly benefits, 75 centa. Sold by I.
J. Humphrey, Druggist, Napoleon.
UUT v.r-a ja
one price to all. S