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A-ncl Henry County News.
ESTABLISHED A. D. 1852.
NAPOLEON, 0., THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1894.
VOL. XLII-NO. 24.
AHD HEHEY 00UITTY HEWS.
ISntired at tlu Naploto P. 0. u Stcoml-C'.a
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Basinee local, when ineerted under the head
or Buelneu Local, 5 wuta per line for each inser
tion. To Vote or
Not to Vote.
That ia the question that is just now
agitating the minds of the female
members of society, as Betay Bobbett
puts it, to the exclusion of the old
topics of spring styles, house furnish
ing, society- events and the other
things that have hitherto engrossed
the fair sex. Not only the Ohio
women but the women of the grDat
commonwealth of New York, are just
now all in a flutter over expected
equal suffrage, and it is said that in
New York's "400," woman suffrage Is
talked of to the exclusion of every
thing else. Clubs for the study of
politics and the science of government
have crowded out all other literary
movements and, be it said to the cred
it of the women, they are not going
into politics without being intelligent'
iy informed as to what is expected of
them when it comes to casting ballots,
-and that cannot be said of the floating
male vote that holds the: balance of
power in so many of the large cities,
But, as we started to say, the women
of the country are not a unit when it
comes to voting. The Jin tfe siech
woman is of coarse anxious to cast
ballot. She is ready to yield her "pet
privileges" to the larger prerogative
entailed by ''rights" and she wants to
vote, just as sbe wants to exerciir all
the other rights that belong to the
sphere .. of progressive womankind
But conservative woman", of whom
there is a legion in the land, is not
just sure that she cares, or wants, or
stands in suffering need of the right
of suffrage and so it will be some lit
' tie time before equal suffrage is estab
lished on the same sure footing with
equal tax paying.
But to change the subject the sea
son of the year is here ,when every
body should guard well his or her
,. health and manner of living. The
. system needs building up, whether it
; be man or woman, girl or boy, old or
young, and just the place to go to get
the required medicines or stimulants
is at Saur & Basley's, when any one
can find the remedy to fit their case.
In fact this store ia headquarters for
all known remedies in the medical
; science. Their drugs are fresh and
pure, their medicines of the best con-
coctions in the market, and intended
for both man and beast. The human
system at this season of the year not
only needs attention, but also the
system of your stock. :' Look after
the welfare of your stock, as will as
the welfare of yourself.
The wall paper department of this
house -is the most complete in this
' section of the State. As is also their
paint and oil department. As this is
the season of the year to brush up
and brighten the appearance of your
homes, you can do do better than by
selecting your supplies at the store of
Saur & Balsley. A fine line of win
dow shades and decorations. All
' these goods are sold so cheap that it
is sheer folly to let your homes wear
the old and dilapidated appearance.
Come in and lay in a supply of these
goods, brush up an4 add your mite
towards making life beautiful and
comfortable. - - .
COUNTY HEWS NOTES.
Items Garnered by Oaf Corps
In tbe Tarioos Locality lotto County
All communication unit reach thl ofBca not
later thn '. oesdav evening to insore Insertion .
n i . nana. Mil Wtt tm helllM-
sponsible tor lb opinion of it eorjesDondeula.1
July 23, 94 Ben Shnll has gone to
T.ihnrfv Cnter to work.
Ed. Carlisle and wire. Kosa uarnsie
and Lee Hines were in Deshler Sun
day. Jim Chism, of Bowling Green, is
visiting friends here.
Frank Stretchberry, of Weston, wag
in this city Saturday.
Maggie Wulff, of Weston, spent
Sunday with her parents.
Ab. Wollom was the guest of B.
Carlisle Sunday. .
Rosa Carlisle and Lee Hines attend
ed the iee cream supper at Mr. Hines,
of West Hone. Wednesday nignt,
which was lareelv attended, there be
ing about sixty present. A very pleas
ent time was had by all till a late hour
when they partook ol tne ice cream
and cake, then took their departure
for home. xorsY.
McCltjrk, O.. July 24th. Minnie
Miller, of Toledo, is visiting her aunt,
Finney Murray, of Colton, was the
guest of his mother and family, Sun
day. F. JK. Tnompson, ol xontogany,
spent Sunday hear.
Mrs. i . Miner, or wrand rxapias, was
in McClure Monday.
The Misses laddie and uora JUigDy,
of Tontoaranv, spent Sunday with
Bev. Woodruff and family.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Worl Fraizor,
July 19, 1891, a daughter. We heard
that Worlie stuck his head in a crack
er barrel and hollowed "papa" to see
how the echo would sound.
R. C. Chronintrer made a business
trip to Napoleon Monday. '
Myrtle CoiiemDacK. is very ill witn
lung fever. Daisy.
Ohl could there in this world be
' Rrtina litilA unrtf tf -arww crriMMnrl
Without the village tatling.
Oh! that the mischief-making
Were all reduced to one or two.
And they were painted red of blue,
Tnat every one nwrht know them.
O. FHaya aoiJUJj, JymdiBritii
xiesnier Wednesday or last weeK.
Misses Minnie Hayes, Mertie and
Mollie Mclntire drove to Belmore
Saturdav evenine and returned with
Mr. C. Mclntire, who is employed in
the elevator at that place.
Why should not Hamler have the
sheriff? Mr. C. F. Wickenhiser has
always been an earnest worker in his
party and we are sure he will please
Quite a number of young ladies and
gentlemen were entertained at the
residence of A. C. Hayes Monday
nignt oi last weeK. All report as hav
ing enjoyed themselves immensely.
Findlay was well represented and
Hamler ladies find them very enter
taining. Mort.. Ames,' of Marcina, Mich., is
shaking hands with many old friends
upon our streets this week. Mr. M.
tells us that he has worked very hard
since he moved to Mich, as it requires
an extra effort to keep up the table in
that healthful climate. And we do
not doubt it when we gaze upon his
healthful countenance and robust
The Hamler bakery 1 has again
changed hands. Mrs. Wheeler has
sold her interest to Boughman, of the
Bell House, at Leipsic, who takes
Oeojge Kensler took home from G.
F. Haye's shop a very handsome car
riage last week.
Quite an exciting scene appeared
upon our streets Monday morning of
this week. Mrs. C. Mcintire after ac
companying her husband to Bemore
was returning with her little niece
Stella Eddy. The ponies seemed very
gentle and Mrs. M. alighted to pick
up an article she had dropped from
the carriage, when the gentle little
animals took their flight, tossing little
Stella out and dart in ? around town
at a break neck speed, but fortunate
ly they were caught in time and no
Mrs. M. J. Diokerhoof and daugh
ter Georgia were the pleasant hostess
es of nearly "one hundred guests at
their home last Friday evening. On
account of the inclemency of the
weather the guests could not be on
the lawn as had been Anticipated but
all enjoyed a very pleasant evening
eating ice-cream and other goodies
and listening to the sweet music ren
dered by Elmer Dickerhoof and sister
Georgia, Mrs. Geo. Butler, Mr. Vernie
Reel, Mr. Kit Jones, and many others
too numerous to mention.
Mrs. Peter Hays and Mrs. Sam Van
Wev, of Charlotte, Mich., were called
to the bedside of their sick father, Mr.
Andrew Patterson, of Ridgeland, last
Monday, and on' Saturday, July 21st,
he quietly passed away. The funeral
will be preached at his home by Rev.
Geo. A. Brety, of Wood oounty, Tues
day at 10 a. m. Farther particulars
will appear next week.
J. V. Ten Eyck drove to Napoleon
on business last Friday. Sam H.
I he One Price Clothier, has the Largest Stock and
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Hoir. Jons S. Sxook, Democratic
candidate for Congress in the 5th dis-
trict, is a son of Col. W. N. Snook, a
pioneer of the Northwest, who came
to Defiance in the year 1820, and then
located at Antwerp, Paulding county,
a few years later. He was born at
that place on Dec. 18th, 18i32, and was
reared on his father's farm, where he
laid the foundation of a vigorous
manhood. His advancement at school
was remarkably rapid, and he grad-
uated from the Antwerp high school
at the age of 18 with high honors.
He then entered the Ohio Wesleyan
University at Delaware, where he
remained three years, defraying his
expenses by working on the farm dur- paign for election to congress there
ing the summer vacation. He left will be nothing to cover up." From
the university to take up the study of his cradle to convention day the op
law, under the instruction of hiseous- position will find nothing that can be
in, Judge Wilson H. Snook, and grad- truthfully charged against his ability,
uated from the law school of Cincln- honor or integrity. His Democracy
'neoltege'in the year 1887; ' He be- is of the purest type, and his abitity
gan the practice of his chosen profes- as a campaign orator has for years
sion at the place of his birth, where been the pride of the young Demo
he met with such success that he was cracy and the admiration of his r -nrty.
July 22d, I894.r-Messrs. B. S. Whel
ler, M. D. Rand, and Mrs. H. H.
Wheeler, of this vicinity, have just
returned from Cleveland ' whither
they have been to attend the funeral
of an aged uncle, Mr. Benj. S. Whel-
ler,-of that city. Tho deceased Was
one of the early residents of Cleveland,
and had amased a very large property
of which all his nephews, and nieces
are expecting a portion, he having
An ice cream festival came off here
on Saturday evening last, under the
direction of the Ridgeville Cornet
Band, and for its benefit. A large
crowd was in attendance, among
which were a numer from Napoleon,
Florida and Adams Ridge. TheFlori
da band having been invited, were
on hand, and did excellent service in
the way of good music. The best of
order prevailed and the receipts were
Mabel Bean, of Napoleon, has been
bound out recentlyto Mr. and Mrs.
L. W. Rogers, of this village, to re
main until she is sixteen years of age.
The girl is to be congratulated on
having found a good home at last.
Will Johnson and wife are absent
now in attendance to a meeting in
Michigan, of the "Holiness Band" or
"Latter Day Saints." Believing that
the end of all things is at hand,, he
has forsaken his farm, and will here
after devote his energies to prepara
tion for that auspicious event.
E. E. Tressler Is now assisting J.
Linnebrink in building the new resi
dence of W."B. Tubbs, Esq., which is
a very fine structure.
The recent refreshing rain has giv
en to corn and potatoes an important
Mrs. Lizzie Worden, nee Busher, of
Elyria, O., is now visiting the family
of L, W. Rogers. : ...... Veritas,
Peter Hornung is very active weigh
ing the grain that is brought in from
every direction. Many farmers from
Putnam and Defiance counties bring
their grain here, because they get
good weight and cash prices. Mr.
Maul ia always ready to assist the
farmers in unloading, and also to load
ears to make room in the elevator.
Freddy is the busiest man in town. :
Geo. Hoffman and his cousin Katie
Thome, drove to Leipsic last Sunday
to see relatives and friends at that
Minnie McEnerny, of Liberty Cen
ter, was tne guest ol Miss Frances
encouraged to remove to Paulding,
the county seat, which he did some
four years ago. Within that time lie
has become an acknowledged leader
of the Paulding county bar and "has
been called into many important cas-
es. His legal ability is not confined
to his own county, but extends to the
counties in his judicial district as well
as to the supreme court of the State,
He was nominated at Bryan two
years ago as a presidential elector on
the ticket which came within about
one thousand votes of carrying the
State of Ohio. (.'''
His career has been a studious, a
moral'and an honest one. In his cam-
SlVirtt-i1ol 1nc. wool' TTofliti-lo f r-ionrlo
were pleased to meet their teacher
who is liked oy au. ner scnoiars.
Mathias and Joseph Thome made a
business trip to Toled one day last
week.' : ' . ' - - -
Mrs. Cassel and Mrs. Davis, of Foe-
toria, are visiting with friends at this
Douglas Wagner was seen with a
big smile all oyer hiB face, while he
reported an increase in" his family. It
is not a dish-washer this timer
Sacred Heart Branch, No, 87 C. K.
of O. has now 46 full rate members.
Maggie Long, of Providence, is
spending a short vacation with her
friend, Delia Baker. Jim D.
No Hope From the Enemy
The remonetization of silver through the
Republican rarty is impossible. The resto
ration of the white me al most come through
its friends and not its enemies; through the
people, not their oppressors. The Democrat
ic party, aided by the large independent
element, is the only political organization
that holds oat Rtiy hope for silver. Every
vote on the remonetizstion of silver taken
ia Congress since 1873 shows that a majority
of Democrats in both houses voted for silver
and a majority of Republicans in both houses
voted against it. It is not s1 range that 8e a
tor Cameron's pi a for silver was unheeded
considering this reoord. It was such an able
and sincere plea, however, that it will not bj
nnhteded by honest, thoughtful people who
desire to better existing conditions. Chica
Held to be Constitutional.
A recent decision by Judge -Day of the
Third Judicial Circuit, puts a new phase on
the law to prevent and punish fraud in sales
of wearing apparel at public or private sale
by itinerent vendors, passed April 23, 1894.
'the judge holds the law to be oonstitulion
a, and some of tho persons engaged ia the
business may be brought up for violating its
provisions. No effort has been made to
comply with the law, the parlies most inter
ested acsuming that it was unconstitutional
and absolutely void. The aot requires itin
erent vendors of smoked, in jured or bank
rupt wearing apparel to make under oath to
the secretary of state a statement covering
the details of such bankruptcy, insolvency.
damages, etc. It further requires the ven
dors to deposit with Secretary of State $500
a? a special aeposit ana to pay xza as a state
license foe. Failing io comply with the
provisions of the act subjects the vendor to
Teat Tea! Teat
Tea drinkers will find the best teas
in the market at Bradley's, and at
low prices. tf
Said an exasperated fathe. at the dinner
table: "You children turn up your noses at
everything on tho table. When I was a boy
I was glad to get enough dry bread to eat."
"I say, papa you are having a muoh better
time or n now wnen you are living with ns,
ain't yon?" remarked little Tommy.
OF PUBLIC RECORD.
MATTERS 0? I5TEREST OS RECORD
. , IH THE COURT HOUSE.
Real Estate Transfers. Marriage Li
cense, Probate Court News,
Ditch fiale, etc., etc.
ORDERS URAWIf OS COCSTX.
V. O. " Hudscri, eng. fees .
- bridge work t 4 00
Massillon Bridge Co., 3 iron
bridges 1207 88
Sue Welsted, school ex. fees. 20 00
C. Meyer, tile 25 00
Saur & Co., Interest 20 00
W. Benger, horseshoeing for
I1S I .A Mm.
L. S. Pueh, ' bah on bridge
material 400 46
E. Fast, asst. sur. ditch 817... 1 88
H. M. Egers, goods for pan. 1 25
W. N. Hess, Masony work.r. 155 44
W. O. Hudson, entr. fees 15
L. Schwortz, ass. sur ditch 771. 2
H. Cole, goods fox pauper... 3
H. Gathman, goods for patt.'
J. P. Reidelbaugh, meal for
Lucas Infirmary, pro. for pan.
J. P. Hunner, nied. serv......
ri. tfostelman, ex. for pauper
W. Meyer, labor at infirmary.
J. H. Nofzinger, repairs at
D. Bender, repairs at inf
J. P. Lagan, attorney fees...
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS,
Anna Vajen, admr., to Henry Tiet
jen, 80 acres in section 13, $4,000. .
Geo. Rettig to Nicholas E. Rettig,
20 acres in section 24, $1.
Nicholas E. Rettig to Geo. Rettig,
20 acres in section 24, $1.
Ambrose Imber to John P. Benien,
41.83 acres in section 4. $ 1400.
John P. Benien to Albert Wieland,
41.32 acres in section 5, $1500.
John C. Manningham to Miohaol
E. Collins, 80 acres in section 14,
B. R. Cessler to Ellen Sohn, 45
acres in section 13, $700.
. JUQHTOMP JvWtffJHir,
A. C. Smith to David Smith, J4
acres in section 16, $780.
Win. Bressler to Win. E. Wade, 80
acres in sectiou 22 and 15, $500. .
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J. E. Robinson to R. L, Robinson,
part of lots 42, 43, 44, 45 and 209 to
216 inclusive, and 205 to 272 inclusive,
original plat,' $1200.
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Albert M. Rose to John H. Reel,
lots 175 and 170 and part lot 177 origi
nal plat, 65.
Geo. Kesler to John P. Heist, lot
j 49 Buchanan's 3rd addition, $50.
Mary E. Rhode, admr., to R.
Brjins, lot 1 original plat, $C00.
STEW COURT CASES.
The Wabash Railway Company vs.
Trustees of Washington township,
Henry County, O., injunction.
J una i'Tutn vs. uustave Frutn, di
vorce and alimony.
Phebe S. Ireland vs. Levi Ireland.
Trederick Fritz vs. Hannah Clark,
et al., equitable relief.
Wm. v. tiokeman vs. Dredenck
Cordes, civil damages. '
We C HoKeman vs. Frederick
Cordes, civil action.
John Anderson vs. The T. St. L. &
K. C. railway, civil action.
Henrv Leaders vs. Smith & Toumr.
Phillip Cupp and Ella Mitchell.
August Lindharst and Caroline Pol-
Julius Bartels and Mary Cams.
John F. McCabe and Mary a1 Hut-
linger, i V
YOTJ short) i know that Foley's Sana-
pnririn combines the most searching reme
dies of the Vegetable Kingdom, which, with
iodides, makes the most powerful blood
purifier for eradicating all blood diseases.
i or sale by lsa Jjeist. ., myo dm
TOOK A DRINK,
Then Fired a Uullet Into Bis Brain -Fate
of a Bartender.
Nelsonville, O., July 23. Ellis
Reynolds, a young man about 25 years
old, fatally shot himself Saturday, He
has been tending bar in his father's sa
loon, in the East End, for sometime
pastjeand had been drinking heavily for
over a weolC In the morning his father
scoldod him about it, whereupon he
went over to the saloon; took a big drink
of whisky; then, taking a 32-caUber re
volver that lay On the counter, stuck the
end in his mouth and fired it, the ball
lodging iu his bruin. He attempted
suicide some time ago oy toeing land
annm. ' Reunion of the Hherraan Brigade. "
Marion, O., July 20. The 25th an
nual reunion of .the survivors of the
Sherman brigade, composed of the Sixty-fourth
and Sixty-fifth regiments of
Ohio-volunteer inf antry. Sixth Ohio
volunteer battery and -McLaughlin's
squadron of Ohio cavalry, will be held
at Camp McGill, Orville, O., on Tues
dayi Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
Aug. 7, 8, 9 and 10.
Highest of all ia Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
R I " V
A. Cllaotloa af Intsreatins Itema an Vari.
a Sabjoeta, Eopeolall Prepared For
the Haatjr Reader.
Massachusetts Populists nominated
full state ticket. . ,
Mrs. Cleveland says she has no fear of
her children being kidnaped.
There was no further outbreak at Pratt
mines, near Birmingham, Ala.
The tariff conferees Thursday reported
disagreement on the entire bill.
A slight shock of earthquake wns ex
perienced at Monaco Thursday morning.
Slight earthquake shocks were felt in
Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee and Mis
sissippi. United States regulars and most of the
state militia have been ordered away from
ffhe senate committee on territories has
decided to recommend the admission of
Arizona and New Mexico as states.
The extraordinary insurance rate of 6
per cent has been fixed upon the mam
moth new car barn m Brooklyn.
The new charges of sugar speculation by
senators are to be investigated.
William J. Scanlan, the once popular i
comedian, is growing worsto, and his days
are numbered. ,
A number of additional indictments have
been found against Dubs and other Ameri
can Railway union leaders.
Ernest Pietacb, who won fame by throw
ing hundreds of dollars in silver at New
Yqrk soubrettes, is bankrupt.
Mowbray, the anarchist, is to lecture in
Secretary Greshum has recovered from
his indisposition. -- '
General Coxey addressed a meeting in
New York Saturday.
The gold reserve in tho United States
treasury has fallen to $60,900,000.
A petard was exploded Saturday near
the British embassy iu Rome, No damage
Senators Smith and VeJ iUtrly ar
raigned the president, alia Seimtor Hill
defended him. '
jiiUorts are being made to induce either
Owens or Sattje to withdraw from the con
gressional race in Kentucky and unite
their forces in opposition to Breckinridge.
Saloonlsts of Summitville, Ind., have or
ganized to boycott tlje "growler."
The tariff situation is unchanged. Both
branches of congress are firm to the posi
Secretary Hayes of the Knights of Labor
says militia companies will be organized
in Nebraska.'''-" -'-.-'-
Margaret McGovern, near Pittsburg,
while dying feared that tl e horses would
run away at the funeral. They did, and
the corpse was badly shaken np.
The officials of he American Railway
union have issued an address to the public
asking them not to ride in Pullman cars
until the company has settled the trouble
with its employes.
Congressman Hnrter has written a let
ter to President Havcmoyer of the sugar
trust, asking Elm to state the profits of
the trust and its financial condition, so
that congress will be able to judge If it
i. An attempt was made .hv strikers to
Bucklen'f Arnica SalTe.
The bestsalvein the world for Cuts.
n,u. t t i ' a j . -m ' I worm 01 aociormgi ever aio in my iue. i woaia
Bruises, bores, UlCeTS, Salt Rheum, ! advlBeevery weakly pernon to use thie valuable and
reveroores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, lovely remedy! a few bottlfs of It has cared me
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup'i foP1'-, .Ion.WCT "ihkrBd,rtmca,lc!,!J
t. .jL..,:1,." "i lur .in the world." Warranted the meet wonderful
tlOUS, and positi Vely Cures Plles.or no rtomach and nerve core ever known. Trial bottle
payrequired. It is guaranteed to give! isoenta. SoidbyD. J. Humphrey, jJopoim,o.
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded .. Ana. iiy
Price 25 cents per box. FortialebyD. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
J. Humphrey. 1 yr. World's Pair Highest Award.
CHALLENGE SALE I
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. Wove wire mattressess, a hummer at
$1,25; China Silks 28 in. wide at 50a per yd. Baby cabs at from $5 to
$10 each. Fancy staple ginghams, just new goods, at 5c.
160 pair Plow Shoes at $1, think of it, you cannot buy same quality of other deal
ers for less than $1;50; fine Casitnere Dress Good! at 25o per yd; elegant Bedroom
Suits at $15; Heuderson Sheeting at oo, worth 7a; Dining room chairs at $2,25; la
dingo prints at 4o, worth 6c; 60 pieces staple nrints at 4 and So, worth 7: fine aud
neatly designed Bookoases ever offered at $17; anything you want in Jewelry at
lowest prices; hask Mattresses at $2,25 each, worth $3,50.
Table Darawk at from 25 to UPo a yd; the best extension pillow hm holder ever offered
nt 9io; l'ri-atate Warp, oue of the beet brands ia the market, SI) to igs; Valise and trunks
at lowest prices; brass extension curtain jiolea at 25c eaoh; Hickory tookera very beet at$2
an elegaDt line of face veiling at 15c a yd; Bamboo easel only 75c, everybody ought to have
one; ace ctiitaini at fl a pair; a big drive la wall paper, come tret prices, if yon do yotr
v.111 surely bur; we trim theborder at well a the paper: lCOnegligw ehitte ateoo and 75c,
other will charge yon $1 foraame makes; aeimplete line of school hooka at only 10 percent,
above manufacturers prioes; silver watches with gold hinges at only 112 with Elgin movements
beat qnalitr of fringed napkini at f 1 s doz ; larjre towel rings and brass hooka for only 17c ; a
little sharp for mosquito netting, but we have go It just the same for only So a Jd.; stair and
floor hemp carpet, best qnality, from 18 to 25c a yard; playing eirdsat 10c a deck; we have a
large line of white drees goods and are eolag to put the prices down where they belong ; Men's
Kangaroo ahoos, every pair wananted, only U a pair: 1IU ladle swlss ribbed vests at SOo
eaoh ; men's all wool pants, these are bargain, at 2.8 a pair ; 100 dozen straw hats, any style
you want at rock bottom price ; Frenoh mirror plates, say alio yon want at a mere trine
more than window g as. .i - ,' ,
Large line of ladies fine shoes and slippe a at prices that will sell them; ISO dozen
fur and wool hats. latest styles aud low wt priaes; big line of center tables at from
$2 to $6 eaoh; feather pillows with bast tick, at 75o eaoh; Rogers BrVs. triple plate
silver knives and forks at $3.75 a set; rubber coats from $2 to $2 50; rubber boots,
sandals, etc., at lowost prices. The above is only a few of the many different arti
cles we carry la stock, and prices on nil goods not mentioned at the lowest prices.
In addition to the above we oarrys fully line of undertaking good', 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. Tl 0X71! .
town oi rmnoar, i'a., witn
Crimes and Casualties.
John Aschbacher was killed at Louisville
by his daughter, Mrs. Thomas Meagher,
whom he had been abusing.
Four peaceful citizens and their wive,
an aged blind man and another man were
whipped by white caps In Brown county.
One hundred of the riotons strikers at
Birmingham, Ala., are nnder arrest,
among them W. J. Kelso, who is believed
to be their leader.
One hundred people are reported sunk
with a steamer off Sterlitanak, Russia.
Wash Adkins was hanged at Fayette
vllle, V. Va., for the murder of Ike Rad
ford. - ,
A Santa Fe train was held up In Okla
homa Territory by two marked men.
Mi John Ienox of Cowen. Ind., cut her
threat wide open with her husband's razor.
Peter Shaatf was throwing I. Ewing out
of a Grcensburg (Ind.) saloon, when Ew
ing stabbed him, possibly fatally.
Baby Miller of Palatine, W. Va., trot
into papa's snuffbox, and got- so much of
the contents in his eyes and mouth that ho
Fire-nt Mlnm-apolis Thursday tight de
stroyed Centnd market and other build
ings. Total loss about (000,000, well in
sured. A number of firemen and horses
were prostrated by tho intense heat.
SONS OF THE REVOLUTION. '
They Will Join In the Celebration of the
Buttle of Fallen Timbers.
Columbus, O., July 23. The Ohio
society, Sons of the American Revolu
tion, has decided to take part iu the cen
tennial celebration of the aniiiversory of
the battle-of FaU&n Timbers, which oc
curs on the wtfttefleldj two rjiiles sou
oj Item .07; H&i Qtji August
20. An elabofaa" p?0riSl L-eT
arranged bthe committee in charge.'
The battle was fought on August ao,
1794, by General Anthony Wayne,
known as "Mad Anthony Wayne." Tho
Indians called him "The Wind." Gen
eral Willjnjr. a gjsrteon, then an aid
on the staff of General W ayno, ad
dressed his superior officer before the
battle, and said: ; , 2
"General Wayne, I'm afraid you will
get into this fight yourself and forget
to give me the necessary field orders."
"Perhaps I may," replied Wayne, "and
if I do, recollect the standing order for
the day is charge the d d rascals with
the bayonet." The loss of the Ameri
cans in this battle was 83 killed and 100
wounded, including five officers among
the killed, and 19 wounded. The loss
to the Indians was never known, but
General Wayne states in his report
VtMUfi wogdi were 8ijwn with the
dead bodies of the Indians and their
white auxiliaries, the latter armed with
British muskets." , i
'I have been in a dlstresaed condition for three
years fromNervoiitnete, Weakness of the Stom
ach, Dyspepsia and Indigestion until rojr hfalth
was Eroue.l had been doctoringconst&nt!; with no
relief. 1 bought one bottle of South American
Nervine, wllcli done me more good than any 50
worth of doctoring I ever did In ray life. I would
blow tip ens
F A. HOWE S