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NAPOLEON, 0.,'THTrRSDAY, APRIL 26, 1894
yol. xLn-No. ii.
:. .Sheriffs Sale.
1 JohBC. Groll, Co. Tress,
, -l it. .
Harris W. Oary et al.
i 'Henry Oonnty Oonrt of Common Plana.
OutKo.iXi. Order of aala.
IN HmiM of an ordw twned from the Conrt of
Commsn Pleaa within and for lh sonnty of
Ban andStaleof 0bo, mane al lb September
term Uiarcof, A. D, 13, audio nedlr.ea, Jwlll
Har for aala at pnbilc Motion, altba doo of ana
Court Hooaa, la th Iowa of Napoleon, on
' Saturday. May 26th. A. 0., 1894,
at J o'clock p. m. of aald day, tea followUH da
scribed real aetata vo-wti:
Lot No. nlue) In blook I to the Ulaja of Sapo
laoa In aald oonnty of Henry en etate of Ohio.
Said praralaaa naa bean eppralaed al H00, and
cannot mU for laaa than two-thirda -of aald H.
Terms of sals oaah. ' ' "
. ' ' E. E. DECKER,
' ' Sheriff of Henry ooaniy, Ohio.
. James P. Batran. - Attorney.
, John 0. OroU, aa IhsCo. Treaa,
The Heal Batata and Improvement Company, of
' Baltimore City, Maryland.
Henry Coontv Conrt of Common Plena.
Caaa No. sois. , AUaa order of east.
IK parananoe of an order lssned from the Oonrt
of Common Please within and for the Conntr of
Henry and State of Ohio, madeat tha April term
thereof A. D. 18UJ, and to me directed, I will offer
lor ssleal Publlo Anctton at tha door of tha Court
Home, In tha town of Napoleon on
N Saturday, May 20th, A. D. 1804,
. at t o'clock p. m. of aald day the lollowlnf de
scribe! Beal Kstate, to-wlt:
Section thirty-one (31), In townibip fonr (4),
north of rangealsht (8)eat, oontalnlnR alx hun-
dred and tweaty-eeven (627) aorea of land more or
AnnralMd at 19408.
Also, north half of section nnmber seven (7), In
township number three (S), north of range elg-tu (8)
cast, containing mree nunoroo. ana sweat? vvy
acres of land mors or less . . , . , .
Appralaed at H800.
Satd Dremlsee hae been appralaed at $14)05, and
cannot aell for ieaaihan two-thlrda of aald appralae-
lerma cf aala. Caah. v . ' !. . )
K. E. DECKER,
' Sheriff of Henry Oonnty, Ohio.
Jas. P.Bagan, Attorney for riatntur.
Mary I. Eltdns,-'.tni-
: - tra.
John K. Kllngelhofer et al.
Henry County Court of Common Plena,
Oaee So. 8M, Alias order of Salo.
IHpnrananee of en order issued from tha Oonrt
of Common Pleaa within and for the oonnty of
Beory and State of Oslo, made at tha Sept.-term
thereof, A. D. 1892, and to me dirtoted, I will offer
-for Dale at publlo anetlon, at the door of tha Court
jiouae, in ina win ui nepuwuu, uu
- Saturday, May 20th, A. D.1804,
at a o'clock p.-nt. of aald day, tha following dee.
Bribed real eatate, to-wlt :
That nart of lota one (I) and two (II In the town
of Florida, In the county of Ilenry and Slate of
unto, uommouoiug a we laai sua ox eua ,
vnnulne thence In a westerly direction and termi
nating ite weeterly .lino twenty feet weat of the
west end of the main building of the grist mill,
ituate on said lota, and on a Una parallel with the
west end of "aid bnilding,.
Said premises bave been appralaed at $4500 and
cannot senior less man iwo uurae oi. sata ap
-.praisment , a , ,
lerma of sale cash. . ' ; . s
E. E. DECKER,
, ' 1 " . ' Sheriffof Henry County, Ohio.
F. M. Eummell, Attorney lor plaintiff.
i , ;-;AH. Tyler,,; :;J,
Herman A. Meyerholti et al.
Henry County Conrt of Common Pleaa.
. Case No.3t5U. Order of sale.
In pursuance of an order isaned' from the
Coart of Common Pleaa within and for the
county of Henry and State of Ohio, mnde at the
grot, term thereof A. U. 1HUB. and to me direct'
ed, I will offer for Bale at publlo auction at tha
door of tha Oonrt Hogse, in the town of Napoleon
Saturday. May 26th, 1894,
at 2 o'olock p.m. of aald day, tha following der
aenoeu real esuie. w-wn: ... . . .
' Twenty-six 26 fent off of the south end of lot
number ons LI J, in block number two Said lot
-or ground rnunlng back from Perrv street elxtr-
two 62 1 feet, and aaid lot neiug In the first addi
tion of lota to the town of Napoleon, Ohio.
Bald premise baa been appraised at $1200, and
cannot aell for less than two-thlrda of aald appraiae
ment. Terma of sale Cash.
, E. K DECKER,
Sheriff of Henry County, Ohio.
Jas. P. Ragmn, Attorney for defendant GrolL
Administrator's Sale oi Real Estate
IN pursuance of an orderof tho Probate Conrt of
Heury oonnty. Ohio. I will offer for sale at
public auction, on Saturday, the 28th day of May,
1894, at S o'clock p. m., at the north door of the
. court honse of Henry conuty, Ohio, the following
described real eatate, altuate In tne county of Ilenry
and State of Ohio, to-wit:
Beginning at the northeast corner of the north
west quarter of the northeast quarter ol acation
thirty (30), In township six (6), north or range
eeven (7) east, thence running due south eighty
(80) rods, Ihenoe running due weat fifty-four (M)
rods, thence running due north eighty (80) rods,
thence running due east fifty-four (61) rods, to
plaoe of beginning, being twenty-aeren (27) aorea
of land and being part of the northwest quarter of
the northeast quarter of aald section thirty save
' and except a right-of-way in and over a strip of
land twenty (20) leet wide, beginning at the south
west corner of aaid a Stove described tract of lend
and running In an easterly direotlon along the
' southern line thereof fourteen (14) rods. -
i Appraised at twelve hundred (1200) dollars..
Terma of sale: One-third In hand, one-third In
one year and one-third in two yearn from the day
: of salo, with Interest. Tha deferred payments to
be secured by mortgage on the premises sold.
CHARLES C. FBKA8B, I
i Adm'r of the eslst. of Migdalena Fryalnger. dee'd.
April 24th, 18D4.apl2li-5t ,
NOTICE is hereby given that a petition will be
presented to the Commleelonera of Henry
' county, at their next quarterly session, June 4th,
A. D., 1894, praying for the vacation of a county
road on the following line, to-wlt:
Beginning at a point abont thirty-five rods south
of the northeast corner of section it, town 4 north,
range 7 east, Henry county, Ohio, thence running
Jn a southeasterly direction about thirty-five rods,
til Slice in a southwesterly course about twenty rods,
. thenco south about sixty rods to the half eectlon
: Jine road and there terminate." ,
- PHILTP HAOKXEB.
Napoleon, Ohio, April 18th, 1894. . ) j
i At Mrs. Frease's Istore. Be
fore you buy your mlllin
ery ofee ; sure and see
; what an immense line' of
, stylish hats, bonnets, flow
ers, ribbons and baby
caps we carry, and ? at
prices that can not help
. MRS. FREASE.
... Opposite court house, t
Notice to Sillers for Printing;
"VTOTICE Is hereby given that the Henry Coun
XN ty Board of Deputy Bute Supervisors of Elec
tions will receive bids for printing 1000 baliota for
: nee at the speoial eleotion to be held la Napoleon,
Ueuryoonnw, Ohio, aaid ballots to be printed to
conform to the law. Healed blda win be received at
the Olerk'a office until a o'clock p. m- May 7th,
1894; The board reservea the right to reject any or
. all bids. Bvordsrof the Board.
- H. VAN CAMHSN.JrOhlaf Deputy.
D.C. BROWN, Clerk. 2t
HDFF Yl , DOHIELLT.
Verdict to FttTor of th Defoodeot.
The followlnpr Is taken from the
court records, and explains itself:
April Term, ISM.
Marr Huff , plaintiff, n. Mlehaal Donnelly, def .
This dar came tha oarlias br their attorneys, and
this cause earns on to be tried ; and thereupon came
a Jury, to-wlt: L W ftroff, O rosoanon, J
Oole, f Rlekenberg, A Pearaall, Mathao Hoy, Bd
ward Dlllm.r, F B Isohsrt, t A Waatrlck, V.
Balslay. Oeo H Bohra, Fradarlck Alter, who, being
dirty eatpanneled and aworu to well and truly try
th. bna InioMi IstiMS inwDartleo In this cause.
and a true mrdtet render according to the evi
dence, unless withdrawn oyeoneeai oi paniea, or
dieeharged by the Court, and after hearlae the tes
Umony, argumenta of counsel, and charge of tha
Conrt, the aald Jurors, retired to their room to de
liberate upon their verdict, and after due delibera
tion returned la open Court and presented their
verdict tn writing, la the words and figures follow.
In, to-wlt! .
we. tne jury an (bib owe, . uwos uiy wpu
netted abd sworn, do find upon the tssnea Joined
between tha parties, for tha defendant no cause of
. r uiiiui, rorensu.
Ti 1. therefore considered by tha Conrt, Ihil the
said defendant co hsnce, wltbont day, and recover
from the plaintiff his costs herein expanded, taxed
at i fur which execution la awarded.
This is the case 'which was useA so
persistently last fall to perseoute
Judge Donnelly in his eampaign for
Common Pleas Judge, ana tne result
of the trial clearly shows the .shallow
ness of the charges, and how easily
it is for unprincipled persons to work
an injury to innocent parties, who
seemingly have no recourse, only to
grin and bear the injustice. The jury
in this case was out but a few min-
nteB. simDlv lone enough to go
through the motions of taking a bal
lot, giving tneir- vertuoi in iavor oi
the defendent. : .
The result Of this case is a
complete vindication of Judge Don
nelly, and it should put to shame
those who used the Huff matter to
throw suspicion upon his character
as a citizen and uage. iz snouia ior
vpr bfi an oblect lesson to those who
always stand so ready to tak up and
miiirnirv' cnarees wnicu in laci uivvo
no foundation to build upon, other
than individual animosity and petty
, - Dairy and Food Oases.'
inspector Palmer prosecuted Geo.
Roc-era. a crocer and druggist, at
Bowling Green, on the 18th for selling
adulterated coffee. A plea of guilty
was entered and defendant fined $30
and costs. '
Th Rama dav. Samuel G. Cooley,
of same place was arrested
for- selling adulterated peper. On
plea of. guilty he was fined $30 and
costs. Both cases were before Abel
Comstock, J. P
Since the first of January, Mr.
Palmer has Drosecuted fourteen cases,
and all have plead guilty, or been
convicted, iie has also tnea a num
ber of cases as attorney for the com
missioner, convicting in nearly every
one. He thinks however that one
term is all he wants, and is not an ap
plicant for second term. During his
two year's, term, he has been engagetj
at tne onice aDom eigns jnoutus m as
aistinc the Commissioner, besides in-
snectine and Drosecutine.md trying
cases as, attorney. He has visited
nearly-every locality in the state,,
having traveled over eighteen thous-
andmues. , ,, ., v
Death of John J. Met bam. '
John J. Metham died at his home
in Marion township, April 7, 1894,
acred 32 vears. 5 months and S days,
Deceased was born in Coshocton
county, O., Nov. 4, 1862, moved with
his parents to. this county in 1868,
and has since been a resident of Mar
ion township. He wat united in mar-
riace.with Miss Alice Fortune, of
Uosnocton, v., uct. 10, 100a. tie was
the father of four children; three
having preceeded him to the spirit
land. Mr. Metham had a wide circle
of friends, and was loved and respected
by all who knew him, being of a mild
temper, Kina ana gemie uisposition,
ever readv to nem taose in Jieea.
He was a sufferer from bronchial
consumption for eleven . months.
bearing his sickness with untiring
patience. Mr. Metnam leaves a wife,
one child, two brothers, and one
sister to mourn the loss of a loving
husband, tender father and kind
The sorrowing friends havethe sin
cere sympathy or tne entire com
munity in this, their sad affliction.
Funeral services were conducted at
the old home, Rev. Delnoy officia
ting. ', '
- In all the leading shades to match
suits at Horn Si jn omen's. sst
The undersigned will offer at public
sale, at his residence, a miles south
and mile east, of Napoleon, in Mon
roe townshiD. on Thursday. Mav 8
1894, the following property, to-wit
Three work horses, 5 head of cows,
2 half jerseys and one just in fresh
3 heifers with calf. 5 head of year
lings, 1 brood sow with 7 pigs and 1
brood sow with : pig, 1 two-horse
wagon, 1 top buggy, 1 two-horse
sleigh, 1 Deering binder, 1 Champion
mower, 1 grain drill, 1 J) remont rid
ing cultivator, 1 hay rake, 1 harrow,
2 breaking plows, 1 double shovel
plow, I steel scraper, 1 land roller, 1
road cart, 1 set double work harness,
1 set single harness,' copper and iron
kettles, 1 mud boat, nousenoid and
kitchen furniture and other articles,
. W. F. wrr-zaALU:
For Parties and Weddings.
You will find "elegant dress trim
ming suitable for above purposes at
the lowest prices with us. , . -2t
u Horn & Norden,
Epworth League, at M. B. Chnrch,
Sunday; April '29, at 8:18 o'clock
Topic: What Is man? Reference.
Y. P. S. C. E., .at Preebyterian
cnuron, ounaay, April Hity at 6:
o'olock p. m. . .
Topic: God's care for His own. Kef-
erence, Psa. CHI, 1-22. ,
, , Bargain Id Laad,
I have for sale- a well ira Droved
farm of 107 aores, fronting on south
side of Maumee river, with good
dwelling and barn. : A small cash
payment, balance in 10 vears. Prioe
very low. Call and get particulars at
.nob. ana a uumpnrey block, JM&po
ieon, v. , u : tt. VJ, ilAOUB, Ag t,
Tha Report of the Grand Jury.
The grand jury of the court of com
mon pleas of Henry county, of the
April term, 1894, beg leave to report
that they have been in session four
days and herewith return to the court
the indictments presented by said I
ury. We have carefully examine a
into all snch matters as have legiti
mately come to our notice, having ex
amined over forty witnesses, cover
ing eleven oases, and presented four
bills and ignored seven cases; eonsid
erable business has been transacted
in as expeditious a manner as possi
During our session wSwhave visited
the county jail and made a complete
examination thereof, and flndthat the
rules prescribed by the court for the
care thereof and by the government
for its inmates, have all been carried
out and are properly enforced, and
that no provision of law for the regu
lation of county jails has been violat
ed. Respeotfully submitted,
R. C. Overmxer, Foreman.
April 19th, 1894,
Chas. Workman, petit larceny.
Chas. Van Voris, assault and bat
Stephen Foley, taking and using a
mare without leave.
Ed. Newman, petit larceny.
' An Accident, ' ' '
Durinir the first act of "Peck's Bad
Boy" at Holgate Monday night, Mrs.
J. C. Evers, who was acting the lead
ing part, bad the misfortune to dis
charge the wads and powder of a 88
calibre blank cartridge into her left
hand. Her fingers . were all badly
lacerated, but she pluckily continued
in her part during the next three
acts. . -
New Conrt Cases.
The following new court cases have
been entered upon the court docket
during the past week : .
Alex. Teeple vs. Rob't K. Soott.
Robt. Hyslop vs. Jasper L. Miller,
et al. Foreclosure.
The Defiance Grocery Co. vs. Chas.
; 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. How
is this for a starter: 150 pair womans' gloves at ,20c per pair. ofchj3r
dealers will charge you 80c- Wove wire mattres8es8,--a hummer 'it
$1,25; China Silks 28 in. wide at COc per yd. Baby cabs at from $5 to
$10 each. Fancy staple ginghams, ust new goods, at 5o. , !
150 pair Plow Shoes at $1, think of it, yon cannot buy same qnalityof ether dcnl
ers for less thrtn $1,50; fine Cnasimerei Dress Goods at 25o per yd; elegaut Bedroom
Baits at $15; Henderson Shoeting at So, worth 7o; Dioina room chairs at $2,'.'5; In
diago prints at 4o, worth 6c; 50 pieces staple prints at 4 aDd 5a, worth 7; fine and
neatly designed BookcAce ever offered at $17 anything yon . want in Jewelry at
lowest prices; bask Mattresses at $2,25 each, worth $3,50. 1
Tabic Damask at from 25 to Mo a yd; the best extension pillow shsth holder ever-offered
at 83c; Trl-state Warp, one of the best brands in the market, 90 to 42); Valises and trunks
at lowest prices; brass eitension cumin pojea at 25c each; Hickory rockers very beat at$2
an elegant line of face veiling at 15c a yd; Bamboo easels oniy 75o, everybody ought to have
one; 'ace curtains at II a pair; a big drive in wall psper, come get prices, if yon do you
will surely buy; we trim the borders as well aa the psper: lOOnegligee shirts at COc and 760,
others will charge you $1 for same makes ; a complete line of sohool hooks at only 10 percent,
above mamifacturera price: silver witches with gold binges at only $13 with Elgin movements
beet quality of f tinged napkins at t a doa; iarge towel rings and brass hooks for only 17c; a
little sharp for mosquito netting, but we have got it just the same for only fle a yd.; stair and
floor hemp carpet, best quality, from 18 to 35c a yard; playing cards at 10c a dock; we have a
large line of white dress goods and are going to put the prices down where they belong; Men's
Kangwoo shoi-s, every pair wananted, only8 a pair: 100 ladles swiss ribbed vests at 50o
each; men'a all wool pants, these arebargaina. at $2.25 a pair; 101) dozen atraw hats, any style
yon want at rock bottom prices; French mirror plates, any elzo you want at a mere trifle
more than window gasa. ' . .- , ,
Larpe line of ladies fine shoes and slippe-n at prices that will sell them; 150 dozen
far and wool hats, latest styles and lowest prioes: big line of center tables at from
$2 to $6 each; feather pillows with best tick, at 75o eaoh; Rogers Br Vs. triple plate
silver knives and forks at $3.75 a set; robber ooats from $2 to $2.50; robber boots,
sandals, eto., at lowest prioes. The above is only a few of the many different arti
cles we carry in stock, and prises on all goods not mentioned at the lowest prices.
In addition to the above we oarry a fully Hue of undertaking goods, ladies and gents'
robes and borial 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, pickel dish, creamer, spooner and syrup dish.
RIOCEVILLE CORNERS. ZEV-aAa.. JSQ"W"1S,
Brushes! Brushes! Brushes!
This is just the time when every
body wants a good brush, and Saur
& Balsley's Paint and Wall Paper
Store is the place to get them. In
cleaning house one of most useful
articles is a good duster and scrubing
brush. The whitewash brush is
still in demand. The painter, in or
der to do good, nice work must have
good brushes; you need good brushes
for cleaning your horses, your shoes,
your clothes, your teeth. In fact
good brushes are always the best and
cheapest to buy for the reason that
they will do the work much nicer
and last enough longer to make up
the difference in price when there is
any. Remember that Saur & Balsley
buy their brushes direct from the
manufacturers, that every paint,
varnish or whitewash brush, which
sheds its . bristles or comes to pieces
before being worn xut, will be re-
E laced if you bring the handle to
aur & Balsley's drug and paint store.
At the Opera House To-night.
Remember, St. John's dramatic
company- of Defiance will occupy the
boards of the opera house to-night.
They come yell recommended by the
citizens of Defiance, and no doubt the
company will please our people,
especially our Germrn citizens, who
should turn out in full number to
pack the house. The play will be
given in the German language and
will be interspersed with vocal and
instrumental . music. Seats can be
had at the store of Saur & Balsley at
tne low sum 01 xoo eacn. -
. A New Law. ,
A law was passed last April by the
unio legislature allowing justices 01
the peace to retain out .of fines or
other money from criminal proceed
ings, belonging to the county, a suf
ficient amount to pay for a criminal
docket; also a amount not to exceed
$20 for the purease of a desk in which
to keep his papers, which desk shall
be the property of the county, and
be turned over by each justice to his
successor; $5 per annum is also al
lowed for the purchase of the neces
sary blanks and stationery. .
-WEDDED FIFH YEARS.
Celebrated Their Golden Wedding.
Dr. Jacob and Mrs. Anirenstein
celebrated their fiftieth' wedding an
niversary on Sabbath last, -at their
residence eorner of Main and Web
ster streets. The oeeason was made
regular family reunion and of
uum do woo vuv VI auuwu jwj buu unr-
piness for .the aged couple, to thus
gather together their children, and
their children's children, and at least
spend a day in each other's society.
The event was the commemoration
ota happy marriage which had taken
place fifty years ago half a century;
then the pair were young, happy,
probably poor, ambitious,, frugal,
careful and industrious. Now they
are hovering around th third qurter
post of life, with the smiles of a kind
Providence abundantly : bestowed
upon their united efforts of life, (ill
health only marring their cup of hap
piness), and pleasant relatives and
loving children to support and en
courage them down through their lat
ter end of life. . . .
The Dr. and his good wife are hap
py and contented in a peaceful old
age, and their numerous friends wish
them a continued lease upon this life,
to live and still continue to enjoy
themselves in a community in which
they have lived for so many year. '
Two hundred new spring jackets
just opened up. The very latest
style at Norden & Bruns. 2t
Every member of O. P. Randall
Post is requested to meet at the hall
on Tuesday, May 1st, '94, at 1 o'clock
p. m. . The ladies in the 'vicinity are
requested to meet with us to arrange
for memorial service.
T. Parsohs, Post Com.
Z. Kinney, Adj't. . ,
- Marriage Licenses.
Chas. F. Kossow and Anna S'chroed-
er. . i I-' '- .- -.
W. W. Frazier and Selma Titus.
Ed. Brown and Stella Hookman.
Franklin Patten and Barbara M.
Peters. . ,, f. j
We sell the best all wool carpet at
59o per yard. - I
Geo. H. RohrJ & Bbo.
- Letters Mailed Under Cover.
Postmasters often receive let
ters under cover. For instance,
a person living in another place
writes a letter, puts in an en
velope and addresses it to the person
for whom it is intended, and placing
tne wnole in anotner envelope ad
dresses it the postmaster, say at
Wapakoneta, O., with the request
that he mail it from his office. The
objeot is to not disclose the place
from wmcn the letter .was mailed, but
before dispatching such letters, post
masters are required to stamp or
write across the face of the letter:
"This retter received at Wapakoneta,
Ohio, under oover, from the postmas
ter at r witn 1 request to reman."
The postmaster has no choice in this
matter, as tne rules 01 tne depart
ment reqnre that he put this endorse
ment on it. : , ' .
. American vs. German
Professor Waetzold, who was the
German School Commissioner at the
World's Fair, has just made a report
to his government. It is exceedingly
complimentary to the v American
school. Among other thing he says:
"In this school the-Americans are
In every way superior to the Ger
mans, most notably in teaching lan
guages, drawing and modeling. It is
surprising what command of - lan
guage the American school children
have.' German teacners dwell too
much upon , style, while Ameri
can teachers aim to give the child a
command of diction."' If there is
anything in which the Germans have
been taught to be ahead of all other
educators it is teaching of languages.
It is a surprise, therefore, to have
the commissioner say that their pub
lic school system is in this respect be
hind ours. Ohio Educational Month-IV-
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Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
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f rice cents per dox. for tsaie py 11.
WHO GETS TEE K05EI. -
Order loaned Upon he Conner
The following orders have been
drawn upon the county treasury for
the week ending April 94th.
fc.. fiiienwood. witness lees S3 00
C. M. Haly. . M " 1 00
A. Bade. " " 1 00
J. M. Burk, ' " 8 00
L. W. Groff. juror " 12 45
N. S. Cole. " " 12 SO
G. U. Foneanon " " 13 45
A. C. Rettig, " " 13 45
F. Rickenberg, ,. " " 12 25
F. B. Leonhart, " . " ...... 13 45
A. Pearsall, " " 13 85
N. Hot. " ' " 13 25
J. A. Westrlck, " " ...... 12 70
k. a. iianna. ...... 12 78
H. Schneler, witness " 9 00
L. Y. Richards, juror " 8 00
W. T. Cheney, witness " 1 90
A. S. Foor, " " 1 90
H. F. Arps, . " ' ' ...... 9 10
W. D. Helinke, " " 4 20
8. Jenkins, " " 4 60
F. BL French, " " 4 60
P. Pauff, . -. " 4 60
E. Butt, " 4 60
J. Bradford, , " 4 50
F. Jones, . " 4 60
W. Looh, , " 4 60
C. Roy, ." . " 4 60
a ,T. Durbin, Sol. Relief Fd.
lor. Damascus To 54 00
Harmon &Walcott, rep. &.case. 77 75
B. Faurot. whitewashing, etc... 22 00
J. Dillon, asst. sur. ditch 771.... 8 75
" ser. not. " . " .... 40 00
B.,F. Wade Co., supplies......... 6 00
F. Aller, juror fees 2 00
W. F. Balsley, juror fees... 2 00
1. a. rxonrs, - " 2 00
F.. D. Printis, Atty. " 25 00
A. B. Rettig & Son, baL on
bridge work 91 00
C.N. Schwab, accept, ditch 727. 50 00
W, O. Hudson, eng. fees.
ditch 798 j. 18 00
G. W. Morey, juror fees..
1 8 55
' 8 60
H. Bolly, : " "
C. H. Gidley, 1
W. Thrapp, a, 'V .
C. Norden, ' " '
M. J. Shoemaker, ' "
A. Hahn, -," , -
F. F. Shoner, " - "
O. Higgins, ' ' "
F. Weirick, " "
J. A. Roberts, " "
M. H. Darby, : " "
R.-C. Overmeyer, "
W. Jackson, " h "
W. Kruse,- " '
H. Dackehhouse, ; "
L. Schlentz. "
H. Snyder, " ' "
G. W. Skiner, " "
E. A. Blakely juror fees
W. A. Hanna, " "
W. H. Hess, grading
G.' W. Thornton, repairs.......
W. T. Cheney, witness fees....
W. D. Helmke, " " ....
J. Claypool, " " ...
C. H. Rousch.
E: A. Blakeley,
J. V. Guff, in q ust in lunacy...
Ed. Dettmer, juror fees.
The many friends of Mr. Eno Pow
ell and Miss Tot Jones will be pleased
as well as surprised to learn of their
marriage, which took place in
Adrian, Mien., on Monday, April
16th. The young couple returned to
Napoleen on the same dav. but suc
ceeded in keeping their marriage
secret until several days ago. The
North wbst is one of a host- of
friends who extend congratulations.
Keep Cool I Keep Cool t
We shall commence deMverina; ice.
to season people, the 1st of May, and
uuiiLiuua uuui wo 10 til 01 UClODer.
Although the expense of putting up
ice this season is double that of last,
our price will be the same $10.00, for
season, or by tkeJweekCOo, or 40 cents
per 100 lbs. Orders left at our store
or with Hugh Burrow will be prompt
ly attended to. Respectfully,
The tardiness of the Secretary of
State in sending out the commissions
of the recently elected Justices of the
Peace, has made bad complications
in certain townships, where the com
mission of the old justices had
expired and the new ones had not yet
received their commissions. Notably
was this so in Harrison township,
where the commission of the old jus
tice having expired he refused to act
longer, and the new justice not hav
ing his commission, practically left
tne townsmp witnout a J. f., to tne
detriment of many litigants.
The Henry County Board of School
Examiners will hold a meeting on the
first Saturday in April and the first
Saturday of Mav. 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 purr
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 aonlicants to en-'
ter any high school in Henry county
in accordance with act passed March
22d, 1892. Mrs. Sue Welstbd,
td Clerk of Board of Jixm'nrs.
. is 'I i" 1
Moire ribbons in all the new shades
at Horn & Norden's. . 2t
. ' Letter List.
Letters remaining uncalled for in
the Napoleon postomoe for the week
ending April mn, ia4: -
Ida Andredges, Jienry . rsunKer,
Edward Neuman and Jas. H. Carnell.
Persons calling for the above letters
will please say they were advertised
and give date. ',
Geo. Russell, Postmaster. ,
- , '
Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your
' , ; Wfe Away,, . . -v .'
Is the trnthful.startling title of a little book
that tells all about No-to-bao the wonderful,
brmless guaranteed tobacco habit cure. The
cost is trifling and the man who wants to
nnitandoan'trnnsno Dhvsicai or financial
risk in using "No-To-Bao," sold by Baur k
Halalnv. . '
I Book at store, or bv mail free, ad
I dress. The Sterling Remedy Oo., Indiana
J Mineral rprings. Ind.
jIUghest of all ia Leavening Power.LateSt tj. s. Gov't Report
Heal ttstate Transfers. ,
The following transfers hn.v hn
recorded during the past week:
BIDOETTXLa TOWKIHIP. .
Geo. Roonev to Henrv Bollfiv fift
acres in section 80, $5590. .
Jerry Ortmine to Autrnst Honmwk.
5 acres in section 16, $250.
1 B&BBISOI TOWNSHIP.
Peter Reed to John V. Rr1 fUl
acres in eeotion 23. $2600.
. L1BBUTI TOWNSHIP. ' ,
Jos. W. Hackett to .Tohn Hurt.
land, 20 acres in section 24, $500.
', Damascus township.
Susan Munson to Marv A. Wolf. 20
acres in section 17, $1250.
. BIOHFUXD I( WNSHIP.
TJ G.: Warner to Henrv Klnnriar'
10 acres in section 27, $350.
J.VM. Boulton to Francis M. Pope,
88.95 acres in section 81, $1700.
Samuel Rigal to Jas. M. Simmons,
40 acres in section 21, $1000.
ja.i Joi. uecKer, sheriff, to Wm. E.
Wade. 6 acres in section 15 and 15
acres pi jseotion 2, $400. .
-, BABTI.OW township. ...
Agnes N. Warden to John Ross. 80
acres in section 11, $3500.
Amanda M. Warden to John Ross,
80 acres in section 11, $400.
Wm. Cornell to Henry G, Shank,
lot 167 original plat, $70.
'"'tY" LIBIBTT OESTEB.
B. F. Croninger to Martha T. Beil
harz.lot 37, A. Buchannan's 1st addition,-$200.
John F. Frederick to Chas. A.
Blaftchard, 28-100 acres in section 25,
$125.'- .. . ,'
John F. Frederick to Geo. W. Skin
ner 39100 acres in section 25, $325.
4yW. C aUPOLBON.
D Meekison to &eo. Eggers, jr.;
w.io acres in section 13, CftfUO.
Cyrus D. Winner to Thomas Kel-
sey, lot 2, J. G. Markley's 1st addi
tion, $235. ,
v ' $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 to Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is' the only positive cure now known
to 1 the medical, fraternity. Catarrh
being ' a constitutional disease, re
quires, constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
ly, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous. surfaces of the system, there
by destroying the foundation of the
disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitu
tion and assisting nature in doing its
work. 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.
v ' lin
''.'.: ' A Surprise.
The friends and acquaintances of
Mr. Gust. Glass, of Holgate, gave
him a complete surprise Monday
evening, by taking control of his
home and managing matters to suit
themselves. What occasioned this
surprise visit was the anniversary of
Mr. Glasses 82d birthday, which his
friends thought needed more than a
passing notioe. The evening was
pleasantlyv spent, the good wife of
the host preparing a bountiful re
past for , the guests, which was en
joyed nugeiy Dy all present. As a
token of their esteem, Mr. Glass was
made the recipient of a number of
useful presents. When the hour for
returning home came around, many
were the well wishes for the future
of Mti Glass and his wife, with a
hope that he might live to celebrate
many more birthdays.
Big bargaino in spring jaokets at
Norden & Bruns. 2t
S HAVE YOU EVER
HAD A SUIT
I Jf not, try it. at once
J and, you will be
satisfied it is the cheapest
j way to buy clothing.
J The best is the cheapest
J in , the . end.
EAGLE CLOTHING HOUSE,
j G-oxg:e Holizi, jFxop'z.
j We have but
line just in
at Horn Sc
Geo. Valentine's old place.
MONEY TO LOAN
On first mortgage aeenritj at low rate of
interest Partial pay men ts reoeived and in.
terest stopped. Enquire at the law office of
Tyler & Tyler, Napoleon, O. novS0-6m
Wash dress goods dress ginghams.
Wash dress goods dress ginghams.
2t Hors & Nordek.
M.KNPPP, Napoleon .O.
Ton can buy a fine nair of ladies
button shoes for $1, and we have the
best $2 shoes ever offered for that
money at Norden & Bruns. 2t
MONEY TO LOAN AT 6 AND 7 PEB
CENT. . . F. D. PRINTIS.
tf Napoleon, Ohio.
The best 25 cents window shades in
the city at Horn & Norden's. 2t
506,000 feet of rongh and dressed lumber
at Snyder Bros. Saw Mill. Cedar shingles
and all kinds of bnilding material always on
Why not snfoke the best when von can get
the "Ke-No" cigar for So. Call for it and
you'll get it. tf
Foryonr pure drugs and wall paper yon
should call on F. H. Voigt, of Holgate. All
goods at lowest prices. tf
Our line of colored shirts are now
ready for inspection. See them in
our window. 2t Geo. Hahjt.
Always Cheapest For
Gold Filling .
Set of teeth
The above Is not my liish urade work, bnt
the very best for the prioe.
tf W. J. Pikbbxpckt, Dentest,
- Bitaer Block. '
Kid gloves to-morrow at Horn &
Norden's. . . .. . . .. , 2t
Yon Mnt Settle.
Those who are indebted to us are re
quested to call and settle immediately, as
our books must be balanced at onoe. De
lays may be expensive. A word to the wise
is uffioient. tf Henbt Mitbb.
Mrs. A. E. Mann has removed her dress
making rooms to Mrs. Harriet Gary's for
tner residence on sohool house street, tf
"Ke-No," an honest 60 cigar. Call for it
nd you'll get its Many ten centers don't
approaohit . t'
If yon wish your work done by a practical
horseshoer and worker in iron, oall on Billy
Sheffield, Deshler, Ohio. He has a reputa
tion for honest and artistio work which few
others possess. tf .
I. R. Bayers is agent for Dr. J. A.Drake's
family medicines. All medicines warran
ed. Db. J.A. Diuki,
Dr. E. W. Talbott will extract teeth with
out pain by use of Arophene, having secure?
he right of Dr. 0. A. Thatcher. tf
A good business property centrally looatsd
in Holgate, Ohio, for trade for wild land or
farm property located in Henry County, O.
For pirtioalarsoall at the office of Cahill &
Donovan. ' . tf
Rheumatism Cubed M a Dat. "Mystio
Core" for Rheumatism and Neuralgia, radi
cally cures in 1 to 8 days. Its aotion upon
the system is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at ones the eanse and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The first
do-e greatly benefits, 75 cents. Bold by D.
3. Humphrey, Druggist, Napoleon. -
nov 16-93 8m
Window Shades and
one price to alLJ