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A-nd Henry County News.
ESTABLISHED A. B. 1852.
NAPOLEON, 0., THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1894
VOL. XLH-NO. 14.
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Job Printing of every description neatly
and chesply executed.
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All bnslnes loosls, If Inserted among pare read
ing muter, 10 cent pur Una for first lnsertloa and
0 oents par line for each additional Insertion,
Busiosm locals, when Inserted under the bead
of Business Locals, 5 cents per line for eaoh Inser
The Season is Here!
-John Zachrich drove over from
All wool challies
Horn & Norden's.
Chas. Rostetter left Tuesday for a
visit with relatives In New York.
Springtime, with all its re
junevating qualities, is here,
and everybody feels like east
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. j
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 so low in price that it is
within the reach of all poor
and rich alike. If you wisli to
etill 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 nome as
pleasant as possible by pur
chasing wall paper 01 eaur s
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. Kemove the
old faded and8 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
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
' ins in stock all the old aud
new discoveries in this line.
Their paints and oils have
Btandard reputation for purity
and lasting qualities. The
paints sold by them are old and
reliable brands, which have
been befoie the public for
years, and have always given
Their book department is
complete in every particular
and special inducements are
offered those seeking books,
papers, magazines, etc., and
especially those on the lookout
for books to replenish their
libraries. Stationery, school
books and school supplies, in
fact everything neeeded in
the school room is found at
Saur & Balsley's.
The legislature has abolished the
office of swamp land commissioner.
F. M . Eummell attended a meeting
of the Judicial Committee at Lima on
The beBt plain and ioe cream sodas
in town are found at Sutherland's
candy store. It
Obstructionists received a black or
bit, in fact two remarkably black or
bits, on Monday.
Fine spring hosiery, greatest varie
ty for everybody.
Webb Frease and wife are taking
in the State Gt. A. R. encampment at
Canton this week.
Ed. Soofleld, of Florida, and Miss
Mel Mohr. of Jewell, were united in
marriage last Thursday.
Mr. Chas. Hornung has had a
family vault built in the Lutheran
cemetery at New Bavaria.
See the nice carpet we are selling
at 47 cents per yard.
2t Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro.
The date of the reunion of the 14th
Ohio resriment at Ft. Defiance has
been changed from Sept. 1st to August
Jacob Hauenstein, one of the solid
farmers of Ridgeville township, did
business in the county seat Thursday
Martin Huber of Monroe township
was in the city Saturday. Mr. H.
has just completed a fine new barn on
Stocks, the old time stocks worn 20
vears aaro have come back in anew
form. They can be seen at Geo.
Hahn's. ' tf
Quite a number of old soldiers from
Napoleon and vicinity are taking in
the state encampment oi tne u. a.
R, at Canton this week.
. The man who can not allow for
accidents or mistakes in' others, is
one of those fellows that always see
perfection, for he sees none but him
' An exchange says, if you pick up a
starving dog and make mm prosper
ous he will not bite you. This is the
principal difference between a dog
and a man.
Mrs. Chas. Suydain
is on the sick
Buy your plow shoes of
and save money.
Judge Cuff visited Illinois on
ness during the past week.
Mr. Matchette. of Lima, contracted
business in Napoleon on Friday.
Mr. Packard has retired from the
Star bakery, the business now being
conducted by Mr. Jeakle.
A great layout of ladies and child
rens summer underwear.
2t H0R5 & NORDBN.
Heller Ss Co. have improved the
rear end of their store room by re
placing the old roof with a new one.
The claim of Mr. W. F. Crum, of
Liberty Center, for an increase of
pension, has been allowed. Congress
man Donovan is doing; good work for
the soldiers, and our democratic ad
ministration is attending to the
claims of the boys with dispatch.
Bro. Russell, of the Signal, is now
crying to Andy Saygers to unloosen
his tongue, so that he may sing the
praises of Napoleon. The spirit has
awakened within him too late, we
fear. Napoleon will progress wheth
er he wishes it or not. It rather looks
that way, now don't it?
Friends will be pained to learn of
the continued illness of Chas. Horn
ung, of New Bavaria, who is suffering
from a growth in the stomach, which
confines him to the house and renders
him unfit .for business. Mr. H. has
been a progressive and prominent
business man of Henry county for
many years, and his affliction is to be
Mr. C. H. Richmond, who Is repre
senting the Toledo Bee, in the inter
est of the Encyclopaedia Britannica,
is in this city. This splendid library
ib ottered to our citizens at a most
liberal rate and to obtain the propost
tion now offered, you must call at
this office and leave your name at
once, as the Bee representative closes
tins offer positively on .Friday next.
Go to Scribners and bay a buggy,
wagon (all kinds,) surrey, cart, road
wagon, tie s got em and tne price is
right cheap for best quality. 3t
J as. Ketter made a business trip to
See our lace curtains and the low
prices on them at Geo. hi. Rohrs &
Bro's. - 2t
The last seen of Saygers and Rus
sell, both were headed for Coxey's
army. ' .
The mushroom crop has been (rood.
whioh has gladdened the heart of the
Don forget that we are the leaders
for fine boots and shoes.
St M. Reiser.
Geo. Daum has been selected as a
grand juryman for the June term of
U. S. District Court to be held in To
Ladies, Misses and childrens shoes
and slippers, big line to select from at
a saving to youl See them at Geo.
xl. Kohrs ffi Bro s. St
Humnhrevs' Specific No. 10 cures
dyspepsia, indigestion, and weak
stoinacn. A small Dottle or pleasant
pellets; just fits your vest pocket
25 cents at all druggists. lm
Milk and cheese have been placed
in the lint of brain restorers by mem
bers of the Paris Academy of Medi
cine. Experiments have shown that
obsolutely pure caseine contains 753
parts out of 1,000 organic phosphor-U8-
Printing offices are not run for the
fun of the thing. They are business
enterprises, pure and simple. An ex
change well fays that it is just as
logical to ask a newspaper man to
donate a certain amount of cash to a
private enterprise as to give the use
of his type without even an acknowl
edgement. Sheriff Decker is thinking seriously
of locating at Deshler when his offi
cial term is out, embarking in the
elevator business. Should he do so
he will carry withhiin the well wishes
of hosts of friends. Deshler should
be a good point foe an elevator, and
its citizens can offord to give substan
tial encouragement to Mr. Decker
and his proposed enterprise.
Are vou in need of clothinar? Then
call on Henry Meyer. He has the
best stock to seleet from and his
prices are always the lowest. tf
H.. C. Groschner, Napoleon, Ohio,
dealer in slate, tin and steel roofing.
Tin and a-alvenized spoutineridone on
short notice, work and quality of
material guaranteed. . . 4t
Mrs. O. J. Pond, of New Haven,
Ind,, wife of Mr. Ponjd. who has been
acting as Wabash agent here for a
few weeks, has been visiting friends
in the city during the past week.
A ball game between a delegation
from Elery and a scrub nine from
this place was played here Sunday.
The score as near as we could get it
stood 27 to 4 in Napoleon's favor.
Secretary of State Taylor has
placed the Northwest under obliga
tions for a volume of Ohio statistics
for 1803. We belive the volume is
the largest of the kind ever published
in the State.
The Columbian Literary Society
will give an ice cream social at tneir
hall in South Napoleon, Friday even
ing, May 18th. All are cordially in
vited to attend, as an enjoyarjie time
is anticipated. Com.
The case of Andy Saur, cashier of
the defunct savinars bank at Defiance,
for obtaining money under raise
pretenses, was dismissed in Justice
Orcutt's court on Monday, on the
grounds of failure of proof.
Dogs destroyed some twenty lambs
in the flock of sheep belonging to
Jack Biggins, of Washington town-
snip, on ouiiuay uiguii ioib.u. iucn
sheep were probably worth more than
all the dogs in Washington townsnip,
Our old Mexican soldier friend,
Josenh Rogers, of Liberty township,
was in tne city Monday, .tie wouiu
Hked to have been present with his
comrades at Findlay to-day, where
they meet in reunion, but says he was
not able to maite tne trip.
Every evening, now, all the would-
be ball players in Napoleon get out
and strive for a position on tne nine
that is about to be organized.
We have some srood bail players and
the only trouble in getting a good
ball team will be in procurmg
The Treasurer's office and Probate
Judge's office look neat and tidy af
ter the frescoers have left them. The
workmen are now engaged on the
Recorder's offioe. The average cost
of the three rooms will be less than
each, which is very cheap for the
olass of work put on tnem..
The Star bakery delivery wagon
met with an accident last Thursday
mornina:, while on its rounds. The
king-bolt broke, parting tne venicie,
the horse running away, dragging
the front wheels after him. The ani
mal was caught on Washington
street without f urtner damage.
It seems to take Bro. Russell
lone time to find out how to edit
a good paper; Sells. Bros' show lo
cals made up the largest part of the
readinar matter of his sheet last week
for which our well meaning but in
experienced brother received six en
trance tickets. Take a brace and get
onto some of these fakes before long,
How easy it rains now days.
It five to one enough for the kick-
Frease was in Toledo Tues-
C. E. Reynolds was in Defiance yes
will probably ad-
Tftk in Peck's Bad Boy this
Try the Napoleon Steam Laundry.
The work done is as fine as any.
Geo. Gaudern. of Colton. was in
Napoleon Wednesday on business.
Joe Shondel. of Deflanoe. was in
the oity the fore part of the week.
Go to the Ooera House this Wednes
day evening and Bee Peck's Bad Boy.
See the ready made satina and
challie wrapper at Horn & Nor
EVERY DAY, AT
F A. ROVVE'S.
Mr. Olen J. Pond, of New Haven,
Ind., who has been here for a few
weeks filling the place of C. M. Bry
ant as Wabash agent, returns to his
home to-day. Mr. P. has made many
friends during his short stay in Na
poleon. He is well pleased with his
visit and treatment in Napoleon and
has nothing bat good words for our
beautiful little city.
The best 25 cent ladies silk mitts in
the city at Horn St Norden's. . 2t
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; otiier
dealers will charge you 30o. Wove wire- mattressess, a hummer at
$1,25; China Silks 28 in. wide at 50o per yd. Baby cabs at from $5 to
$10 each. Fancy staple ginghams, just new goods, at 5c ...
150 pair Plow Shoes at $1, think of it, you cannot buy same qnSlHry -of other deal
ers for less than $1,60; fine Cassimere Dross Goods at 25o peryd; elegantBedroom
Snits at $lfl; Henderson Sheeting at 5o, worth 7o; Dining room chairs at $2,25; In
diago prints at 4o, worth 6o; 50 pieces staple prints at 4 and 5e, worth 7; fine and
neatly designed Bookoases ever offered nt $if ; anything yon want in Jewelry at
lowest prices; hnsk Mattresses at $2,25 eaoh, worth $3,50.
Table Damask at from 2S to SPo a yd; the best extension pillow sham holder ever offered
at 95o ; Tri-etate Warp, one of Ihc best brands In the market, 80 to S2o; Valises and trunks
at lowest prioes; brass extension curtain poles at 25c eaoh; Hickory rockers very best at$2t
an elegant Hue of face veiling at 15c a yd; Bumboo easels only 75a, everybody ought to nave
one; iace curtains at fl a pair; a big drive in wall paper, come eet prices, if you do yon
will surely buy; we trim the borders as well as the paper! 100 negligee eMrea ateoo and TSo,
others will charge yon $1 for Bame makes; a oimplete line of sohool books at only 10 percent,
above manufacturers prioes; sliver watches with gold hinges at only $13 with Elgin movements
beBt quality of fringed napkins at $1 a doa; large towel rings and brass hooks lor only l,c; a
little sharp for mosquito netting, but we have got It just the same for only 6o a yd.; stair and
floor hemp carpet, best quuilty, from 18 to 25c a yard ; playing oards at 10c a deck ; we have a
!ar'e line of white drees goods and are going to put the prices down whore they belong; Men s
Kaugwoo shoes, every pair wananted, ouly3 a pair: 100 ladies bwiss ribbed vests at 50o
eaoh; men's all wool pants, these are bargains, at f-2.25 a pair; 100 dozen straw hats, any style
you want at rook bottom prioes; FrenoU mirror plates, any size you want at a mere trifle
more than window g ass.
Large line of ladies fine shoes and slippe-s at prioes that will sell them; 150 dozen
fnr and wool hats, latest styles and lowest prioes; big line of center tables at from
$2 to $8 eaoh; feather pillows with best tick, at 75o eaoh; Rogers Bri's. triple plate
silver knives and forks at $3.75 a set; robber coats from $2 to $2.50; rnbber boots,
sandals, etc, at lowest prioes. The above is only a few of the many different arti
cles we oarry in stock, and prices on all goods not mentioned at the lowest prioes.
In addition to the above we carry a fully line of nndertaking 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, pickeldish, creamer, spooner and syrup dish.
RIDGEVILLE CORNERS. IFV.-- IESOT7n7"IB,
Geo. Hahn has purchased the Gus-
tav Koller residence from F. Roes-sing.
Get Scribner's prices for the best
buggy, and spring wagon in Napoleon.
The citv couucil met Tuesday niarht
and canvassed the vote of the election
held on Monday.
Defiance has two candidates for
circuit Judge Judge Sutphen and
Don't pay $3.50 for cedar shingles
when you can buy the same at Sny
der Bros, at $3.25. 3t
Misses Kate Both and Carrie Goll
er, of Defiance, spent Sunday with
friends in this place.
Mr. Chas. M. Stark, of Buffalo, N.
Y., was the guest of Miss Clara Min
nick, of Texas, on Sunday last.
Mr. Seys, of Ft. Wayne, spent sev
eral days last week in this city, the
guest of his sister, Miss Mayine Seys.
Ladies it will interest you to call
and see the attractive display of styl
ish millinery at Mrs. Freaae's
The work done by the Napoleon
Steam Laundry is very neat and is
promptly executed. A trial will con
Messrs. R. Anesberry, Frank Ba
ker, Carl Schraick, R. McCollough
and Milt. Baker, of Defiance, were in
the city Sunday.
Highest of all la Leavening Power Latest U. a Gov't Report
Irish Guipure Bourdon and but
ter laces are one of the new trim
mings. A full line at Horn & Nor
A schuetzenf est was held at Watch
man's on Monday and Tuesday, which
was enjoyed by a larare number of our
The majority for waterworks was
105 on the first vote on that question,
155 at the second, while Monday it
reached 445. Gee !
Some of the new clip of wool is
coming into market, but as the Mc-
mniey law is still in force the price
is lower than ever.
liars and snake men are
Dr. Bloomfield's residence has
reached the second story.
Ladies gauze vests all sizes, 8 cents
each. 2t Horn & Nordbn.
Secretary Halter is having many
enquiries regarding the coming fair.
Not how cheap, but how good we
sell you boots and shoes.
3t iu. ttiuitii, jtu
Everybody is in favor of water
works now, with probably the excep
tion of . the Signal and one or two
See the new line of ladies Johnson
shoes. Thev are worth $4.00 a pair:
we have marked them only $3.00.
2t GBO. li. JtvOHES iS JdRO.
The flaars carried by the Ohio
troops in the Mexican War have been
snipped to Jj'indiay to oe exniDitea at
the meeting of the Association of
Mexican War veterans on the 17th of
this month. -
If ever a man feels like "a poor
worm of the dust," it is when he suf
fers from that tired feeling. Ayer's
Sarsaoarilla removes tnis discouraar-
ing physical condition and imparts
the thrill of new life and energy to
every nerve, tissue, muscle, and fibre
of the whole body.
Buy your millinery at Mrs.
The action of the Wabash railroad
in cutting salaries of its employes is be
ing readily accepted by the company's
employes in this city. The men who
are drawing $100 a month or over re
ceived a cut of ten per cent, last Sep
tember, and the action in cutting
other salaries is forced by the bad busi
nessof the road and is looked at in this
light by the men. An official of the
road stated to the Commercial yes
terday that business was decreasing
rather than picking up. Toledo
Kid gloves the best makes.
Kid gloves. HoRJf & Nordbs.
Wheat fell to 49c on Monday.
Rohrs & Bro's.
'Sauire Beilharz, of Liberty Center,
was in the city Monday.
Gov. Scott attended the G. A. R.
meeting in Canton this week.
Big line of window shades at a sav
ing to you at Geo. H. H. Rohrs Ss
Already there is some little tali
about the county and congressional
conventions. Neither will likely be
held very early.
Farmers, what's the use of paying
$145 for a binder, when you can go
to Scribner and get the best binder
made for $110 cash or $115 long time,
and "also" a mower for $32.50. 8t
Mr. McBride's house bill compell
ing law students to read law three
years before they can be admitted to
the bar, instead of two years as here
tofore, was passed by the Senate by a
vote ot 10 yeas to 10 nays, tnus De
coniina: a law. Inasmuch as the law
don't go into effect until January 1st,
1SU5, many of tne students wno are
studying law at present, can pass and
secure their sheepskin before the law
goes into effect.
Princes Duck, something new for
ladies shirt waist.
2t Horit & Nordeu.
R, W. Hartman, of Napoleon, was
over to Holgate last Thursday and
had quite an experience with his
horse, wagon and a Clover Leaf en
gine. He went to cross the railroad
in front of an engine when his horse
became frightened and turning short
upset the wagon, throwing Mr. Hart
man on the track with the wagon
seat and box on his back and neck.
For about five minutes "Wat" hard
ly knew whether" he was dead or
alive, as every bone in his body felt
as if it was broken, but he finally
pulled himself horse and wagon to
gether and left for Napoleon. Hol
Scotch ginghams at 25 cents per
yard at Horn at JNorden s. sst
The obstructionists showed them
selves early on election morning, but
it took few well directed blows to
route them, horse, foot and dragoon.
The city council no doubt will pro
ceed as fast as possible in aaraincoinir
over the work of getting the building
of the waterworks and light plant
Dir. uDstructionist, when you
monkey with the will pf the people
you come in contact with a regular
buzz-saw. Monday's election has
taught you that.
We have on hand a few pieces of
all wool challies that are worth 50
cents per yard. We have reduced
same to 25 cents, just half price.
at vrKO. ti. .KOHR9 41 BRO,
Friends in this city of Mr. and Mrs.
F. H. Ellsworth will be pained to
learn that they lost their little daugh
ter py neatn last weeK, in Toledo,
The stricken parents have the svm-
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painy oi meir inenas nere.
Wm. Hoff, formerly with Dlrich &
Sons, has entered the employ of H.
v. urosenner, where he mvlt- j..
old friends to call and B".e him " Slate
and tin roofim; done with to
People do not discover it until too
late, that the so called washing pow
ders not only eat up their clothes,
out rmn their skin, and cause rheu
matism. Use nothing but Dobbins'
Electric Soap. Have your grocer
Ladies ready made wrappers at 08
cents. 2t Horn & Norden.
For the third time Dr. Talmage's
church has been burned. The last
time occurred last Sunday, just after
morning services, and strange to say
the church has been destroyed each
time on a Sunday. The fire originat
ed in the organ and was occasioned
by electricity. The directors of the
church have decided to rebuild, and
in the meantime Dr. Talmage will
take a trip around the world.
The best 25 cents ladie silk mitts
in the city at Horn & Norden's. 2t
A party of younir folks of the Fifth
ward chartered the yacht O. S. Wil
cox, went up the canal to Napoleon.
Saturday, and returned Sunday even
ing. A good time was reported by
all. Among the party were Mr. and
Mrs. Justin Zukle, Bert Mulinix, Jas.
McNutt, Miss Luda Hinkle, Lenna
McMann, Godfrey Saul, Lon MoKhv
ley, A. J. McKinley, Ed Wellman
Henry Buecher and Ed Burke. They
were the guests of Mrs. E. Westfall
and H. Davenport. Toledo Bee 15th.
Dr. S. F. Soott, Bins Ridge. Harrison Co,,
Mo., says: "For whooping oongh Chamber
lain's Conah Remedy is eioellent." By us
ing it freely the disease is deprived of all
dangerens consequences. There is no dan
ger in giving the Remedy to babies, as it
contains nothing injurious. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by D. J. Humphrey Napoleon
The enteiDiisinir oi irena of thai thriving
oity of Deflanoe, Ohio are making extensive
preparations for their Centennial Celebra.
tion, whioh will be held on August 7, 8 and 9.
On August 8, 1794, General Anthony Waynr.
known by the sobriquet of "Mad Anthony,"
took possession of the site of the famous old
"Fort Defiance" at the junction of the Au-
Slaize and Manmee rivers, and erected the
fort at ones. The position was one of the
most important in the North-West, and had
been oommanded up to the previous evening
by the Indiana. Standing upon the site of
the fort, General Wayne said: "I defy the
English, the Indians and all the devils in hell
to take this Doint." and the fortifiontmn
christened Fort Deflanoe. Stockades and
blockhouses were built, and the Indians suc
cessfully driven baok. In the same month
the red men were utterly ronted by General
Wayne, and the great question of race su
pteraaoy in the North American oontinent
As the establishment of F.irt Doflnnn.
made the defeat of the Indians certain, the
Centennial Celebration to be held August 7,
8 and 9, will be an event of much historical
moment, ana will attract attention not only
in North-Weatern Ohio, bot throughout the
Doited States. The Fort Defiance Centennial
Association, oomposed of representative citi
zens of Deflanoe, and aided by the Manmee
Valley Pioneers' Association, has charge of
the affair and will make it a oomplete and
through snocess in evory particular. The
newspaper workers of the city have formed
a Press Club, whioh is aoting in oonjnnotion
witn the Centennial Association.
Deflanoe is one of the most prosperous
eities o' Ohio, and its people are proud of it.
It has a population of 10,000, and is situated
in a fertile and wealthy region. Its natural
advantages are superb, and it is certainly
picturesque. The Baltimore fc Ohio and
Wabash railroads rnn through it making it
easy of aooess from every point.
Every previous event of a similar nature
ever attempted in North-Western Ohio will
beeolipsed by the Centennial Celebration at
Defiance; plans and preparations are being
elaborated upon a gigantio scale; prominent
men ana eloquent speakers Irom all over the
oonntry are accepting invitaions to be pres.
entand arrangements are being made for the
entertainment of an enormouB crowd. The
old tort will he restored, stockades, blook
houses aud all, and an appropriate program
will be oarried out. The old soldiers are
taking an active interest in the matter, and
nnmerous posts of the G. A. R. will be pres
ent, as will also members and lodges or var
ious other military, oivil, and historical societies.
To every man. woman and child vVin hm
heard of General Wayne this nnnn-inn
should be of vivid interest. That intrepid
soldier, aoting under the direction and oora-
mana or Washington, opened to the whites a
superb oonntry, in whioh has since develop
ed a oivi'ization that is the wonder of the
world. A visit to Deflanoe on the date of its
Centennial Celebration will be a flttinu trib
ute to those who made possible the manifold
Denents ana AdvautageB of today.,
Sirs. Brice's Secretary.
A house in the official set which hnn tlm
olaim par excellence for hospitality is the
temporary home of Senator and Mm. Rrin
of Ohio Oorooran house, Lafayette square,
ooiii uy me mie rar. uorcoran. Mrs. Urioe
Kives three or four, dinners a week, three
balls durinet the winter, and mnsioales every
Monday. Everybody who is anybody goes
to her house, her dinners being the beBt that
veasnington nas seen lor many a day on the
board of n "upper" legislator. There are
two Miss Brioes, beautiful and acoomplished
young women, and a very important member
of the household is Mrs. Brice'B soo'al sea
retary. This gentleman is a sort of Ward
McAllister in bis knowledge of men, women"
and manners. He arranges all Mrs. Brioe's
dinners and other affairs; knows exactly how
to mix people congenially, whom Mrs. Brice
should make a point of inviting, and whom
she will favor by asking, and, in fact, is slow
ly bnt surely fixing hersooial status. Forall
this clever and tasteful work be reoeives a
salary, it is whispered, of $5,000 a year and a
continuous knife and fork. New York Mail
The longest dny of the year at Spitzbergen
is tnree ana one nan months. At Waldunry
Norway, the longest day lasts from May 2' , '
July 22, without intermission. At T' -",
Finland, June 21 is twenty two hop-. . ,,,
nnrl flhristmsa hna looa (hnn h louB
See our ladies slipper at SHI cents i
pair at Horn 8c Norden's. 2t
Geo. Valentine's old place.
MONET TO LOAN
On first mortgage security at low rate of
interest. Partial payments received and in
terest stopped. Enquire at the law offioe of
Tyler 4 Tyler, Napoleon, O. nov30-6m
See the new line of eatines hiBt h
at Horn & Norden's. 2t
M. KNCPP.Xapoleon ,0.
MONEY TO LOAN AT 6 AND 7 PER
CENT. F. D. PRINTIS.
tf Napoleon, Ohio.
500,000 feet of rongh and dressed lumber
at Snyder Bros. Saw Mill. Cedar shingles
and all kinds of building material always on
Special bargains in linen towels.
2t HORU & NORDE3L
' Why not smoke the best when you oan get
the "Ke-No" oigar for So. Call for it and
you'll get it. tf
For your pure drags and wall paper yon
should oall on F. H. Voigt, of Holgate. All
goods at lowest prices. tf
Always Cheapest For Same Grade
Painless extracting 25cta
Silver Filling fiOota
Gold Filling 75cta
Goldorown $7 00
Set of teeth jio 00
The above ienot my high grade work, bat
the very best for the prioe.
tf W. J. Piebbkpont, Den test,
Yon Mast Settle.
Those who are indebted to ua are re
quested to oall and settle immediately, aa
onr books mnst be balanoed at once. De
lays may be expensive. A word to the wise
is nffloient. tf Hznst Metis.
Mrs. A. E. Mann has removed her dress
making rooms to Mrs. Harriet Cary's for
mer residence on sohool house street, tf
"Ke-No," an honest So cigar. Call foi it
ii i you'll get it. Many ten centers don't
approach it. ti
If yon wish your work done by a praotical
horseehoer and worker in iron, call on Bill;
Sheffield, Deshler, Ohio. He has a reputa
tion for honest and artiBtio work which few
others possess. tf
Colored India lion; just the goods
for summer dresses at Geo. H. Rohra
& Bro's. 2t
J. R. Bayers is agent for Dr. J. A. Drake's
family medicines. All medicines warran
ed. Db. J . A. Diiaee,
jnly21-lf Pes J. R.Saxebb
Dr. E. W. Talbott will extraot teeth, with
ont pain by ubb of Arophene, bavin j securep
he right of Dr. C. A. Thatcher ti
A good business pnp''ly0entraiiy looated
in Holgate, Qhio, tot gdafo, wUd land or
farm property Wtei in Henry County, O.
For pirtionl',goaU at Uie 0ffloe 0f Cahill &
e hours of
.a longest dy
daylight. At St. Petersburg th
At London the longest ds h iTtn .IS
one half hours. AtVoi18;."'-? nd
hou and at New ;7. orkifTta aooTftetn
at Mrs, Frease's store. Be
fore you buy your millin
ery be sure and see
what an immense line of
stylish hats, bonnets, flow
ers, ribbons and baby
caps we carry, and at
A lady atTooiers La wa 8jc j
biliona eolio when M. 0. Tioiov. I
merchant . ih8 towD Bave Ver a tottJa 0I prices that can not help
Chamberlaia's Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea put PleaSO yOU.
Remedy. Ho sayt she was well in forty min
utea after taking the first dose. For sale by
D. J. Humphrey, Napoleon Ohio. lm
Opposite court house.
What's Your Name!
IS IT HUSTLER ?
Then one of the very first
you want to get on, is the selecting
of half a dozen of our latest arrivals
We have a full line of STOCKS on
hand, the very swell thing in neck-
The Fashionable Neck Dresser.
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