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A.nd Henry County News.
ESTABLISHED A. D. 1852.
NAPOLEON, 0., THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1894
VOL. XLII-NO. 13.
AJTD EEIRT COUNTY HEWS.
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ing matter, 10 ccnta per line fur flrst Insertion and
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. Business locali, when inserted nnder the bead
of Buaineas Locals, 5 oenta per line for eaoh Inser
tion. Springtime, with all its 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 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 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 there is no ex
cuse for any home to go with
out these comforts, for paper
is bo 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 of Saur &
Balsley. You will never re
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
Saur & Balsley take great
pleasure in showing you
through their stock, whether
you wish to purchase or not,
and they cordially invite you
to call and visit them, feeling
rt 1 . I 1 1 ll 1
confident tnat mey can maise
' 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
standard reputation for purity
And lastiner dualities. The
' paints sold by them are old and
reliable brands, which have
been , before the public for
. years, and have always given
Their book department is
complete in every particular,
and special inducements .are
offered those seeking books
naners, magazines, etc., and
especially those on the lookout
1 for books to replenish their
libraries, v Stationery, school
. linrtlra art A BitinrVI BlVrvnll ftH ' in
fact " everything neeeded in
the school ; room is found at
Saur & Balsley's. . . '
About W'aterworka and Llghta.
The city authorities, of Evans
ville, Ind., recently made an investi
gation of the relative cost of electrio
arc street lighting; nnder ownership
in the corporations as compared with
the cost of such lighting nnder fran
chise companies, and they found
from fifty-five cities doing their own
lighting, owning their own plants;
that the average cost of an aro light
per annum was $57.88, and that cities
lighted by franchise companies the
cost per aro light per year was $114.68.
The experience of cities owning their
own plants is that the same can be
maintained and operated far cheaper
than the same can be done by private
companies. The same authorities
above referred to, stated among other
things in their report, that they had
"ascertained that municipal owner
ship of all plants, such as waterworks,
street railways, lighting and others,
necessarily requiring franchises from
the public, should, in the opinion of
the best thinkers of the age who
have studied municipal government,
be owned by the publio instead of by
Real Estate Transler a.
The following transfers have been
recorded during the past week:
Win. Tilse to Trustees of Lutheran
Church, 1 acre in section 29, $200.
. SAPOLKON TOWNSHIP.
Dora Daruman to John Bremer et
al., 7i acres in section 18, $200.
W. E. Doud to Fred Marquardt, 40
acres in section 28, $1,682.
Minn Zinn to Levi Davis, 5 acres in
section 13, $100.
Alfred Parker to Emma J,
2 acres in section 13, $100,
acres in section 19, $ .
Alfred Parker to Emma J. Follett,
40 acres in section 18, $100.
E. E. Decker, sheriff, to Flora S.
Page, part lot 11 original plat, $1,200.
E. E. Decker, sheriff, to Cyrus
Bish, 2b acres in section 23, $920.
Henry Wise to Wm, Vierling, lot
65, J. H. Steam's addition, $100.
Ida C. Betz to Michael Lange, lots
63 and 64, Hill's 2nd addition, $200.
Jos. Schupp to Jas. L. Arnold, lot
78 Hill's 3,rd addition, $2,000.
Adam Wilhelm et al. to J. A. Weis
becker, lot 408 original plat, $ .
Sarah Overmyer to Jas,
acre in section 25, $500.
Frank Overmyer to Jas. Sharp, 1
acre in section 25, $300. .-.'
Catharine Blair to Wm.'T. Binzley,
lot 160 and lot 101 original plat,
JaneHeater to Jane C.'Heater, lots
1 and 6 Murray's addition, $175.
That the special election occurs on
Monday next, which is to decide the
the fate of the water works and elec
tric light question. To make these
improvements certain, two-thirds of
the vote cast must be in favor of them
Let every citizen cast his vote in fa
vor of the improvements.
The county commissioners will sell
bridge work as follows:
On May 17th, at 10 o'clock a. m,
stone abutments for bridge on Big
creek, near Mcuiure.
On May 17th, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
bridge across Scott ditch in Sec. 33,
The following is the full text of the
bill giving women the right to vote at
school elections in Ohio. The bill pass
ed the House by a vote fs 55 to 26,
and of the nays 18 were Republican
and only 8 Democrats. Women should
cut out the bill and lay it away for re
ference next spriner:
An act to secure a voice in school af
fairs to the women of Ohio on equal
terms with men.
"Section 1. Be it enacted by the
General Assembly of the State of Ohio,
that every woman born or naturaliz
ed in the United States, of the age of
twentv-one years and upward, who
shall have been aresidentof the State
one year and Of the county, town,
township or other election district
such time as the law provides formen,
preceding any election held for the
purpose of choosing any school direc
tor, member of the Board of Educat ion
or School Council, under the general
and special laws of the State, shall be
entitled to vote and be voted for at
such election, for any such office or
'Section 2. A separate box shall be
provided for the ballots of women.
"Section a. Ail laws relating to the
registration of voters shall apply to
women upon wnom tne ngnt to vote
is herein conferred, provided that the
names of such women may be placed
upon a separate list.
The Henrv county Teacher's Asso
ciation will hold an extra quarterly
session, at Napoleon, Ohio, Saturday,
May 19, 1894.
9 O'CLOCK a. m.
Phonetics Mary Barnes. ..Napoleon,
Nellie Viers, Liberty Cen-
Supt. A. F.
Discussion H. M. Buohele...
Disoussion J. F. Hickerson Mc
1 O'CLOCK P. M,
Reading Libbie Hill Deshler,
Discussion Bell Kinsr Nanoleon,
Disoussion Lena Crawford. ..Liberty
Calesthenics Franois Knupp...Napo-
j ; - leon.
Discussion Anna Billheimer ...Desh-
. , ler.
Literature in the publio school Supt,
, 11. A. Jones. ...Deshler.
Disoussion Anna Willford...Grelton
and Supt. F. J. Beck, Napoleon.
MusiOf queries, etc.
' ' Pres. Ex. Com.
Napoleon Fair Program.
The officers of the Napoleon Fair
have just eoinpleted the speed pro
gram for the oountv fair to be held
the coming fall. The purses to be
awarded amount to $1,625, an in
crease over the amount offered in
purses during former years, the last
year's purses having Amounted to
$1,400. A good list of races has been
prepared and there will no doubt be
a better class of horses take Dart in
this year's races than ever before.
ine schedule is as follows:
Wednksdat, Sept. 6.
8:00 Trot: purse $150. 1st $75, 2d
$37.50, 8d $22.50, 4th $15. w.ftg&t
Kunntng; purse $25.
Bicycle race, open to the world.
Thursday, Sept. 6.
1 year old: purse $150. 1st $75, 2d
$37.50, 8d $22.50, 4th $15.00.
Free for all trot: purse $300. 1st
$150, 2d $75, 8d $45, 4th $30.
2:35 Pace; purse $200. 1st $100, 2d
$50, 3d $30, 4th $20. -
Friday, Sept. 7th.
2:40 trot: purse $200. 1st $100. 2d
$50, 3rd $30, 4th $20.
Free for all Pace; purse $300. 1st
$150, 2d $75, 3d $45, 4th $30.
2:29 Trott; purse $200. 1st $100, 2d
$50, 3d $30, 4th $20.
Auditor Resh has attended meet
ings of the auditors of the counties
through which the Wabash and Clo
ver Leaf railroads pass during the
past week, for the purpose of fixing
the value of the roads' property for
The main track on the Wabash was
fixed at $11,000 per mile; the sidings
at $3,500 per mile, the rolling stock at
$2,100, tools $639, and buildings at
The Clover 'Leaf, main track at
$5,000 per mile, sidings $1,000 per
mile, buildings $500 and tools $705.
Card of Thanks.
I take this way of thanking the
many mends in McClure, who
have been so kind and benevo
lent in giving assistance, and visiting
my wife in her last sickness.
Tea! Tea! Tea!
Tea drinkers will find the best teas
in the market at Bradley's, and at
low prices. . . tf
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 20o per pair; other
dealers will charge you 30c. AVove 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 5c.
150 pair Plow Shoes nt $1. think of it, yon cannot buy same qnality of other deal
ers for less than $1,60; fine CfrVsimere Dress Goods at 25o per yd; elegant Bedroom
Baits at $15; Henderson Sheeting at 5o. worth 7o; Dining room chairs nt $2,25; In
diago prints at 4c, worth 60; 60 pieces staple prints at 4 and .So, worth 7; riue and
neatly designed Bookcases ever offered at $17; anything you want 'm Jewelry at
lowest prices; hnsk Mattresses at $2,25 each, worth $3,50.
Table Damask at from 25 to SPo 1 yd; the best extension pillow sham holder ever offered
at 5c; Tri-etate Warp, one of the beet brands In the market, 20 to S3o; Valieea and trunks
at lowest prices; brass extension curtain poles at 25c each; Hickory rockers very best at$2
an elegant Une of face veiling at 15c a yd; Bamboo easels oniy 75c, everybody ought to have
one; ace curtaiDB at $1 a pair; a big drive in wall paper, come cet priees, if you do yon
will surely buy; we trim the borders as well as the paper: 100 negligee shirts at !H)o and 75o,
others will charge you II for same makes; a complete lineof sohooi books at only 10 per cent,
above manufacturers prtoes ; silver watches with gold hinges at only $12 with Elgin movements
best quality of fringed napkins at $1 a dot; large towel rings and brass hooks for only 17c; a
little sharp for mosquito netting, but we have got it just the same for only 6c a yd.; stair and
floor hemp carpet, best quality, from IB to 25c a yard; plaving cards at 10c a deck; we have a
large line of white dress goods and are going to put the prices down where they belong ; Men 's
Eangwoo Bhoea, every pair wartanted, onlytS a pair: 101) ladies Swiss-ribbed vests at 50o
each; men's all wool pauts, these are bargains, at $2.25 a pair; 100 dozen straw hats, any style
you want at rock bottom prices; French mirror plates, any size you want at a mere trifle
more than window g ass.
Large line of ladies fine shoes and slippers at prioes that will sell them; 150 dozen
fnr and wool hats, latest styles and lowest prioes; big line of center tabteB at from
$2 to $6 eaoh; feather pillows with best tick, at 75o eaoh; Rogers Br Vs. triple plate
silver knives and forks at $3.75 a set; rubber coats from $2 to S2-50; rubber boots,
aandals, etc, 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 prices.
In addition to the above we carry a fully line of undertaking goods, ladies and gents'
robes and bnrial 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, picket dish, creamer, spooner and syrup dish.
RIDCEVILLE CORNERS. Tl T?.fTT7F!
Dr. J. Auarenstein had his right leg
amputated just below the knee Mon
day morning. The operation became
necessary on account of blood pois
oning in that inemDer. urs. narri
son and son and Powell were the
surgeons, and although Mr. Augen
stein ft an old man they state that he
stood the operation quite well. The
many friends of Mr. Augenstein nope
for his recovery.
Letters remaining uncalled for
the Napoleon post office for the week
ending May lutn is4:
Emma Miller and Mrs. Francis
Persons calling for the above letters
will please say they were advertised
and give date.
. liEO. ItUSSKLL, rosimasier.
Where You Will Fl nd Them.
When you begin to think of paint
ing your houses and barns, look
arounu a little and see where you can
buy the best paints for the least
money, perhaps you can save a dol
lar or two and at the same time get
the very best the markets afford any
where. One of the places which we
think you ought to investigate is
Saur & Balsley's Drug and Paint
Store. They always carry a very
lartre stock of all kinds of paints.
They guarantee their paints to be
and do as represented, and they can
and will refer you to many houses
and barns which have been painted
with their paints in the last 10 or
15 years and nave always given satis
Nathaniel Tyler and Maude
Chas. Rase and Annie Speith.
A lady atTooleys La was very sick with
bilions oolio when M. O. Tisler, a prominent
merohant of the town gave ber a bottle of
Chamberlain's Oolio. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. He sayt the was well in forty min
ntes after taking the first dose. For sale by
D. J. Humphrey, Napoleon Ohio. lm
IMPORTANT TO R. R. MEN, DRAY
MEN AND BOATMEN.
Every railroad company or other
transportation company, or person
who receives or transports, or has in
possession with intent to transport,
or with intent to cause or procure to
be transported, any such empty cask
or package, or any part thereof, hav
ing thereon any fraud, mark or stamp
required by law to be placed on any
cask or package containing distilled
spirits, shall forfeit three hundred
dollars for each such cask or package,
or any part thereof, so received or
transported, or had in possession with
the Intent aforesaid. -And every boat,
railroad-car, , cart, dray, wagon or
other vehicle, and all horses and other
animals used in carrying or transport
ing the same, shall be forfeited to the
United States. Sec. 8324, K. S. U. S.
(Page 646, of statutes.)
"A carrier is found to know that
there were obliterate stamps upon
the barrels which it transported, and
it is no defence that by the exercise
of reasonable care and ordinary obser
vation it did not deceive them."
United States & Goodrick Transpor
tation Co. 8 Biss. 224.
Death of Chas. Allen.
Friends will be pained to learn of
the death of Chas. Allen, which oc
cured at Albttqurque, New Mexico.
The deceased was aged 80 years and
was a sufferer from consumption for
several years, finally succumbing to
its dread attack last Saturday morn
ing. . Mr. Allen was an old Napoleon
boy and it will be a good while before
"Tim," as he was called, will be for
gotten. Funeral sevices took place
yesterday in Chicago.
Home Seeker Excursion May 8th
and 29th, 1804,
At one first-class fare for the same
trip to all points west and southwest
via the Wabash R. R. . For f urther
infoimation call on O. J. Pond,
New Ceoart Cases.
The following new court cases have
been entered upon the court docket
during the past week :
Epaphras L. .barber vs. Herman
! Garbers. Civil action.
must be in favor of waterworks a,
electric lierht plant, or these improve
ments cannot be made. See tlisSf yisu
Hattie May Crago was born Oct.
3rd, 1880, and died March 10th, 1894,
aged 13 years, 5 months and 13 days.
She leaves a father, mother, six
sisters, and four brothers to mourn
their loss, two brothers having pro
ceeded her to that better land. Fun
eral services were held from the
Evangelical church of Napoleon,
Rev., Greon officiating.
She Is not dead, this child of oar affection,
But gone into that school
Where she no longer needs our protection.
And Crist himself doth rale.
As a fair maid wo shall again behold her,
Clothed with celestial eraoe,
With all the beauties ot her soul expanded.
Standing before ber Father's faoe.
Tired, Weak, Nervous,
Means impure blood, and overwork
or too much strain on brain and body.
The only way to oure is to feed the
nerves on pure blood. Thousands of
people certify that tne Dest diooq
purifier, the best nerve tonic and
strength builderis Hood's Sarsaparil
la. What it has done for others it
will also do for you Hood's Cures.
, Nervousness, loss of sleep, loss of
appetite and general debility all disap
pear when Hood's Sarsaparilla is per
sistently taken, and strong nerves,
sweet sleep, strong body, sharp appe
tite, and in a word, health andhappi
ness follow the use of Hood's Sarsa
narilla. The strong point about Hood's Sar
saparilla is that tney are permanent,
because they start from the solid foun
dation of purified, vitalized and en.
Rheumatism Cubed in a Dat. "Mystic
flnra" for Rheumatism ana .Neuralgia, raui
oally cures in 1 to 8 days. Its aotion npon
the system is remarkable and myeterioob.
It removes at onoe the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The first
doe greatly benefits, 75 cents. Sold by D.
J. Humphrey, Druggist, Napoleon.
. nov 16.93 8m
DESTROY THE WEEDS.
Penalty Against Learing" Tnem Grot.
To amend sections 4240-2, 42403, 42404.
4u o, 1732, and 4782a, of the Kevised
Statutes of the state of Ohio, at passed
February 14. 1884, 81 v., p. 17, and Feb
ruary 26, 81 v., p. 26.
Sictioh 1. Be it enacted Viv the General
Amemhly of-the State of Ohio. Thut luMtinn
4730, 4732, 4733a, of the Revised Statutes,
passed i'ebrnary 21, 1K84, vol. 81, 22, Febro
ary 14, 1884. 81 v. 17. and February 26, 81 v.
26, be amended so as to read as follows:
See. ,4739. The superintendent of any Im
proved or macadamized road, supervisor of
county and township roads, or street com
missioners of any city or village, shall, be
tween the 15th and 30th of June, and between
the 1st and lfith days of Angnst, and between
the 15th and 30th days of September of eaeh
years, out all brush, briers, Canada or com
mon thistles, or other noxious weeds grow
ing within the limits of any oonnty or town
ship road, improved or macadamized road,
street, or alley, within their jurisdiction.
Such superintendent or supervisor shall be
allowed $1.50 per day for all necessary labor,
to be allowed by the trustees and paid by the
treasurer of snoh township out of the road
fund then in his hands. The superintendent
or supervisor of any snob roads may allow
any landowner or tenant to cut and destroy
any snoh brush, briers or weeds, growing on
such highways, along the lands abutting on
snch highway owned or occupied by such
landowner or tenant, and before such work is
performed allow and fix a reasonable com
pensation therefor, which amount Bhall be
credited on the road tax of that year assess
ed against said premises. The superinten
dent or manager of any toll road shall cut
ana destroy an brush, briers and noxions
weeds growing within the limits of any snoh
road, between the dayB of each month as
above specified in this rection, and in de
fault thereof and for five days thereafter the
trustees of any township through which any
snch road passes shall cause said brush, bri
ers and weeds to be ont and destroyed, and
shall have right of aotion against any snch
toll road company, for the amount of euoh
work, together with one hundred percent,
penalty, and cost of aotion to be reooverea
before any justice of the p;ace of sooh oonn
ty. Sko. 4732. The tru stees of any township of
of this state, npon information in writing,
that Canadaor common thistles, oxeye daisy,
wild parsnip, sweet olover, wild carrots, teas
els, burdock burs, are growing on any lands
in tneir luwosnip ana are about to spreaa or
mature seed, between the first day of Jane
and the fifteenth day of October of each year,
said trustees shall cause notioe in writing to
be served npon the own -r, lessee or agent or
tenant having charge of any such lands. noti
fying snob owner, lessee agent or tenant that
Canada or common thistles, or other noxi
ous weeds mentioned in this section, are
growing on snoh lands, and that such Canada
thistles or other noxions weeds shall be out
and destroyed wit.iin Cva days after the ser
vice of suoh notice; and in default thereof,
that said township trustees will enter npon
snch lands and out and dealroy snch Canada
or common thistles or other noxious weeds:
and that the cost of catting snch Gnnada or
common thistles or other noxious weeds.
with the cost of suoh notioe, will booome a
lien against said lands. Any oonstnble or
deputy, marshal of any city cr village, or
den.'ty, is hereby authorized to makesarvioe
and return of any Buch notice, and the fees
tor suoh services and return shall be the
same as are allowed for servioe and return of
summons in civil oases before magistrates.
If any owner, lessee, agent or tenant having
charge of any such lands shall fail to comply
with Buoh notioe, the townshio trustees shall:
oause said Canada or common thistles or
other noxions weeds to be cut and destroyed,
and may employ any person to perform enohi
tauur, ana atiow sncn person fifteen cents per
hour for the time occupied in performing
snoh labor, and pay the rum for such labor
out of any money in the treasury of said
township not otherwise appropriated, and
take receipt for the same. Said townshio
trustees shall make retunr in writing to the
board of commissioners of their oouoty,
with a statement of the charges for their
services, the amount paid to the person for
performing aucb labor, together with the fees
of the officers who made the servioe of notioe
and return, with a proper description of the
premises; and the same having been allowed,
shall be entered upon the tax duplicate, and
ehall be a lien against Baid lands, from and
after the date of such entry on the duplicate,
and Bhall be collected as other taxes, and re
turned to the township with, the general
Sxo. 4732a. That in all cities and incor
porated villages, exoept cities of the first and
seoond grade of the first olass and first and
seoond seoond grade of the second olass, the
mayor shall, during the month of May of'
eaoh year, oause notioe to be published few
two oonBeontive weeks in one or more news
papers published in the 0 rporation, or by
posting np written or printed notices in said
oity or village at three public plaoes for ten
days next previous to the first day of June
of eaoh year, warning the owners, lessees or
agents of lots and lands within suoh oity or
village to cause all Canada or common this
tles, or other noxious weeds mentioned in
seotion forty-Beven hundred and thirty-two,
,-erowing on any suoh lots or lands within
rHH-;3 corporation, to be out. and destroyed so
they ao not mature seta or bpreaa to
bining lands. The common council' of
1 city or village shall, npon infor-
mation in writing that Canada or com
mon thistles or other noxions weeds men
tioned in seotion forty-seven hundred1 and
thirty-two are growing on any snoh lands,
within their oornoration between the tenth
day of June and the fifteenth day of October
of eaoh year, ishallj oause soon uanaaa or
oommon thistles or other noxious weeds to
be out and destroyed so that they do. not
mature seed or spread to other lands, and
said ooonoil may employ any person to out
nnrl destroy said noxious weeds and allow
snoh person so employed fifteen cents 'per
hour for the time employed in snoh. labor.
And said oounoil shall pay said amount out
of any money of the general fund in the
treasury of said oity or village not orher
wise annrooriated. and take a receipt there
for. Add said council shall make return in
writing to the board of commissioners of
their oonnty,. with a statement of the amount
paid for snoh labor, and one dollar addit
ional, as a penalty on eaoh lot or paroel of
land containing less than one aore, and with
two dollars on eaoh lot or parcel containing
more than one aore. I he same having besn
allowed, the auditor shall enter the amount
so certified to him on the tax dnplioate of
the county against the lots or lands on whioh
said Canada or oommon thistles or other
noxious weeds were out and destroyed, and
lhe amounts shall be a lien against said lots
or lands from anl after -ach entry, and
shall be collected as other taxes are collect
ed, and returned to such city or village with
the general fund; provided, that if any
such owner of suoh lots o lands Bhall len
der to the treasurer of suoh township in
oases of townships, or to the treasurer of
snoh city or village ip the ease ot city or vil
lage, the amounts soohargeable against suoh
lots or lands for such labor, together with
the penalty as oertifled to by the clerk of
said township, oity or village snowing tne
amount of suoh oharges and penalty, the
treasurer shall receive the amount so ten
dered, npon whioh said lots and lands ehall
be disohargdd from farther liability.
Sbo. 47326. Township, trustees shall be
entitled to $1.50 per day for their services
nnder this aot; the mayor of any oity or
village, or trustees of ,anv township, or
superintendent or other officer of any toll
road, or superintendent of any improved or
maoadamized road, or supervisor of any
oonnty or township road, or street commis
sioner of any oity or village, who neglects
or refuses to perform their duties as men
tioned in sections 4730, 4732 and 4732a, shall
be fined in the sum of fifty dollars in any
court having competent jurisdiction of suoh
oases; suoh fines shall go into the road fund
of the township in oases against township or
Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report
toll road officers; and into the street fund iu
cases against mayors or other munioipal
Sio.2. That seotiona 5730.4732 and 47391.
are hereby repealed.
Seo. 8. This aot shall take effect and be
in force on and after the flrst day of May,
LEWIS 0. LAVLIN,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
ELBERT L. LA UPSON,
President pro tern, of the Senate.
Fassed April 25, 1893.
STYLISH ) . Before you buy your
Mill 1MPDV f niilhnery, be" sure and
miLlilBCKI.) call and see what an im
mense line of hats we have to select
from. tf Mrs. Frkask.
The Napoleon Creamery.
On Monday morning the Nauoleon
creamery, 8. M. Welker proprietor,
staried up in full blast. Owing to the
kindness of the foreman, A. W. Kline,
a Nothwkst man gleaned a few facts
uuuuermng tne creamery which may
be of some interest. The work the
first week has been a little irregular,
and only 500 lbs. of butter churned
each day, but by next Monday all the
cream routes will have been estab
lished and the machinery in good
working order which will enable the
company to turn out over 1000 lbs of
butter every day in the week. Nine
wagons have been started on the road
and buy cream only, of the farmers,
over 500 gallons of cream being
bought each day. Only a small
amount of the butter can be retailed
in Napoleon, the most of it being
shipped to the cities. A good idea-of
the work done and the cleanliness of
it can be seen any morning during
churning hours, from 9 o'clock until
nearly noon. Mr. Kline will be pleased
to show all visitors around.
See the ready made satina. and
challie wrapper at Horn & Nor
John Lamphier ditch on
at 10 o'clock a. m.
J. Mohler ditch on May 21, at 10
o'clock a. m.
Jas. Connolly ditch on May 21,. at
1 o'clock p. m.
H. C. Groschner, Napoleon, Ohio,
aealerin all kinds of hardware, stoves
and tinware. Buggies, surreys, carts
and all kinds of farm implements, lm
Ladies ready made wrappers at 88
eents. 2t Horn & Ktmnttv
At a regular meeting of the city
council Monday evening the follow
ing bills were allowed and ordered
JB.S. Bhay, engineer salarv.... 4n nn
L. V. Betson, health officer. . 30 00
Eli Westfalt. stone 11s
Toledo Work House, board for
prisoner 7 20
C. Dravis, night watch . 23 50
C. E. Reynolds, clerk salary. 20 00
Signal, Mayor's proclamation. 0 35
Win. Spengler, sundries 4 59
P. Market, street labor 112 39
9eo. Grabill. repairs 1 an
Northwest, printing 6 60
lueyemoitz & uro., tile 8 85
iienry i,azenbee,cem. sexton.. 15 Oft
ueara jbight Uo., st. lighting.. 145 80-
Ladies it will interest vou to cn.ll
and se the attractive display of styW
Muumery m jars- D'rease
Bargain in Land.
1 have for sale a well imnrovfldfl
lturui 01 10V acres, irontiag on south
side of Maumee river, with trood
. ,. r. i
dwelling and barn. A small cash
payment, balance in 10 vears. Price
very low. Call and get particulars at
iv. oh. ana 0 Humphrey block, JNapo
leon, O. tf H. C. Hague, Ag'fc
Don forget that we are the leaders!
lor tine boots and shoe.
&t M. Reisb:
lhe best 25 cents ladie silk, mitts
in the city at Horn Ar Norden's. 2t
Wliafs Your Name!
IS IT HUSTLER?
We have a full line of STOCKS on
, . . ,. rubor -
If bill .
..... The Fashionable Neck Dresser.
WHO GETS THE MOSEY. ,
Order Issued Upon the Oonnty
The following orders- have been
drawn upon the county treasury for
the week ending May 8thv
J. P. Reiblebaugh, board' for
Jurors Dt a 00
J. H. Resh, salarv for ADril... 185 89-
E. E. Decker, boarding priso
ners, etc. 79 85
J. P. Ragan, salary for April. 41 60
J. C. Saur & Co., interest 12 60
W. W. Campbell, atty. fees
Newman case 25 00
E. A. Blakely, witness fees.... 5 00
W. O. Hudson,. eng. fees ditch
806 41 00
D. C. Brown, fees in criminal
cases 43 40
D. J. Yost, asst. sur. ditch 705. 1 25
W. S. Rudolph, asst " " " . 1 25
D. J. Yost, asst. sur. " 807. 1 25
A. Bowlis " " " . 1 25
W. Lowmaster, " " " . 1 25
S. S. McClure, " " . 1 25
J. C. Ragan, serv. notices
ditch 807 2 00
J. B. Hudson, asst. sur. ditch
807 1 25
A. E. H. Maerker, med. serv. . 21 50
D. C. Brown, clerk'sfeesFoly
case 10 70
L. L. Orwig, stationary and
adv 86 75
O. B. Rettig, milk fopau...... 1 i0'
M. J. Marvin, med. services... 7 20
W. Kinder, board for pau 1 50
Mrs. W. Barger, milk for pau.' 4 45
P. O. Reddin, med. services... 21 00l
C. Kruse, asst. sur. ditch 802 . 5 00
A. J. Morrison, groceries for
paupers 20 27
J. C. Saur & Co., interest 87 50'
Geo. Russell, stamps for co. ... 10 85
Norden & B.runs, goods for
paupers 8 88
Geo. Russell, adv 2 50
In L. Orwig, " 2 50
J. W. Hanna, indexing; . 41 55
A. Bradley, goods for pan 29 77
Cahill & Donovan and -J. P.
Ragan, atty. fees in Su
preme Court 200 00
Chas. Evers, printing... 2 50
Wm. Richolt, goods forpau... 9 50
Mr. M. Yogel, burial ex. for
pauper - 9 00
W. V. Young, trans, fortramps 8 95
W. Meyer, farm labor.. 18 00
Co-Operative store, gro. for
pauper 10 28
Mrs. JMoian, nursing panp 5 00
A. Hirseland, janitor salary... 50 00
Ci N. Schwab, eng. fees ditch
TbT 22 00
D. C. Brown, clerk bd. of elec. 25 00
D. T. Burr, com. fees f or Aprili 114 85
M. Reiser, " " "" .. 95 80 '
Irish Guipure Bourcton and but
ter laces are one of the new trim
mings. A full line at Horn &. Nor
The friends and neighbors of Sam
uel Stevens, living in South Napo
leon, gathered at his residence Moh-
day evening, to give hiia a surprise,
the occasion being his 45th birth
day. Over 60 persons-were present
and partook of Mr. Steven's hospi
tality. Dr. 8. F. Scott, Blue Ridge, Harrison. Go,,.
Mo., says: "For whooping congh Cha.Lber
lam 'sCough Remedy is excellent." By us
ing it freely the disease is deprived of all
dangerous oonBeqaenoes. There is no dan
ger in giving the Remedy to babies,, aa it
contains nothing injurious. 25 and 0 cent
bottles for sale by D. J. Humphrey Najoleon
Ohio. ' lm
The right things. The right prices,
at Horn & Norden's. 2t
TOU should know that Foley' Sarsa
parilla combines the most searahing reme- .
dies of the Vegetable Kingdom, which, with
iodides, makes the most powerml bloccL
purifier for eradicating all blood diseases..
For sale by Isa LeisU my3-3m
Then one of the very first moves
you want to get on is the selecting
of half a dozen of our latest arrivals
the very swell thiDg in neck, (m
niopni nnrn nAncn