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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, ISAPOLKON, O, JULY 20, 1S94.
E "OLD RELIABLE"
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Where y on eu bny
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
Blank :-: Books,
NOTIONS, 5TC, ETC.
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SOLD CHEAP 1
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foreign sad Domestlo Exohange Bought nd-8cld
st lowestourrent rates, and Colleotlonson
11 point! nade promptly.
AM) HEKRY COTJKTY KEW3.
BT OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AKD CO
NAPOLEON, OHIO, JULY 26, 1894.
.-. The Democrats of Henry county are here
by requested to meet in their respeotivj
voting preeinota on
. Saturday, August 18th, 1804,
at 2 o'olook p. m. at the usual plnoe of hold
ing elections therein, or at each other plnoe
a the township committee may designate,
and select the number of delegates to re-
E resent them in a county convention to be
eld at the oonrt house, in Napoleon, on
Saturday, Sept. 1st, 1894,
at 10 o'olook a. m., standard time, as is de
signated in the annexed Hot, the basis belt g
one delegate for every 10 votes oast f r
President Cleveland, at the November elec
tion, 1892, and one delegate for every frac
tion of o and over, as follows:
Bartlow 296 80
Damascus 218 22
Flatro-k . 243 24
Freedom..; 170 17
Harrison 145 16
Liberty East 188 14
Liberty West 114 11
Marira-North.... 176 18
Marion Soith 110 11
Monroe 298 29
Napoleon.... 572 67
Pleasant Holgate 193 19
Pleasant N, B 260 25
Richfield 145 15
Ridgeville....... 114 11
-Washington . 136 14
Total.................... 8312 1
The business of the convention trill be to
. eeleot candidates for the following offices,
to be voted on at the November election of
Prosecuting Attorney, -.
Infirmary Pi rector,
' By order of the Connty Central Com.
Cuas. Evebs, Chairman.
We are authorized to announce the name
of THOS. J. BURNS, of Napoleon townshin.
; as a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the de-
, oision or tne uemoorntiououuty Convention
to oe neiu oepi. i. icy.
HiMua. O.. Jutv 17. 1U.
Ed. Nobthwest: You are authorized to
announce my name as a osndidate for
Sheriff, subjeot to the deoision of the com
. ing Democratio Connty Convention, to be
nem Dept. ist, iom.
We are authorized to annonnoe the name
of Wm. B. SHOWMAN, of Harrison town
ship, as a candidate for Sheriff, subjeot to
tne aecision oi tne uemooratio uonnty (Jon
mention to be held on Sept. 1st, 1894.
sld. jNOBTBWKst: yon wm please an-
noonoe the name of the undersigned as a
candidate for Sheriff, subjeot to the deoision
of the Democratic County .onvention to be
,. neio. oept. 1st, lo4. k .
W. Hi. DARBY.
We are authorized to annonnoe the name
: or MAtti w anurr.ot Napoleon township.
j as a candidate for Prosecuting Attorney,
r auujeui tu vtie ueois'on or me JJemooratio
uounty convention to be Held Sept. 1st, '94,
; We are authorized to annonnoe the name
of F, M. RUMMELL, of Napoleon township,
as a candidate for Prosecuting Attorney,
- . subjeot to the deoision of theooming Demo
cratic uounty convention, to oe beta Kept
. JSl, low,.
Flatrock Township. .
: The Democrats of Flatrock town-
t ship are requested to meet in caucus,
in Florida, on '
Saturday, August IStli, 1804
at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
selecting delegates to the County Con
, By order of The Committee.
So common at this season, U a serious
tradition, liable to lead U disastrous
results. It is a sore slg of declining
heal tli tone, and that tbe blood Is im
poverished and Impure. The best and
most successful remedy Is found in
Which makes rich, health; blood, and
thus gives strength to the nerves, elas
ticity to the muscles, vigor to the brain
and health to the whole body. In
truth, Hood's Sarsaparilla
Be sure to get Hood's and only Hood'l
Hood's Pills are parely vegetable, per
feetlv harmless, always sellable and beneficial
The danger having passed, the
fools' tongues are wagging wildly and
their pens and pencils doing double
Investigation and arbitration are
not synonymous terms, although some
men seem to be under the impression
that they are.
The $8,000,000 which is estimated to
havtv- been lost : by the v : railroads
through the fool-strike is a big price
to pay for Debs.
Will the Signal tell its readers
whether it is in favor of a county ferry
at Damascus. It has intimated to
some that it was, but is it?
The Lincoln and Grant boomlet
made its appearance ahead of schedule
time this year. Perhaps it was feared
that a strike might stop it later on.
It is cheaper to go to Europe this
summer than it is to get an ordinarjH
Sunday excursion "jag," but some
how there appears to be just as many
of the latter as ever.
A Washington preacher says that
not 1,000 of the 400,000 railroad men
in the United States are regular at
tendants of churches. Surely that
must be an exaggeration.
President Cleveland's course
during the strike troubles has drawn
towards him the support and admira
tion of many who had previously con
demned him for other acts.
Somebody, must be anticipating a
boom in the circulation of southern
newspapers. Projects for the build
ing of forty paper mills in that section
are stated to be under way. ,
There are some fools in Congress,
but none of them are believed to be
idiot io enough to be willing to father
that Knights of Labor resolution ask
ing for the impeachment of Attorney
Somebody once said that the two
principal desires of rich men were to
get into swell society and to get elect
ed to office. A third will soon have
to be added to escape payment of
the income tax.
Don Cameron's money seems to be
attracting the Republican wire pull
ers; it is said that ex-boss Clarkson
has turned his back on Tom Reed
and is willing, under certain contin
gencies, to become a Cameron man.
We must have spanked the Liberty
Press harder than we thought, from
the way it squealed last week. The
boy should have a ferry of his own,
so he should. Won't his pa give hint
a tub of water and a toy boat to play
The editor of the Northwest in
the last week's issue of the sheet in
dulges in his periodical fling at the
people oi Liberty Center ana vicinity,
t ; i x 1
Bro. Mires, you put us in mind of
the three tailors who met and styled
themselves'We, the people of London.'
You make us laugh.
A law recently passed requires the
filing with the clerk of courts a certifl
cate stating the names in full of all
the members of a partnership and
their places of residence, which must
be published in some newspaper for
three consecutive weeks. Firms fail
ing to file such certificates will not
be permitted to sue on contracts.
Perhaps somebody can persuade
George Gold-bond Pullman and
Eugene Gold-cure Debs to settle their
business with bare knuckles, in a 24
foot ring. If so, Chauncey Depew
may be made to see the desirability
of shortening his annual hobnobbing
with European celebrities so as to re
turn in time to referee the fight.
President Cleveland did exactly
right in sending troops to Chicago to
protect life and property, even if there
had been no precedent to guide him.
The Governor of Illinois and the
Mayor of Chicago did not seem to
take in the threatening situation, or
did not want to, and only was remind
ed oftheir duty when they saw the
no Die stana tanen oy tne president
Both Houses of Congress have endors
ed the action of the President, as do
the people of the nation, outside of a
lew with anarchistic inclination.
KEELEX WHISKEY AND OPIUM
By authority of Dr. Leslie E. ileeley a reg
nlar Keeley Institute, for the enre of Alco
holism and Opium addiotion '.Tobacco Hab
it and Nerve Exhaustion: has been establish-
ed in Toledo. Experienced physicians in
charge. No publioity, confinement or suffer
ing. Good boarding department oonnected
with Institute. For terms and particulars,
address The Keeley Institute, 1215 Madison
St. Toledo. Ohio. N. B. The genuine Keeley
treatment can be obtained in Ohio only
through the Keeley Institute at Toledo and
Marrsville. Beware of iuipostersll Myl7-3m
That jrold and silver pen with
which President Cleveland signed the
bill for the admission of Utah as a
State should also be used by the
Democratic governor of Utah to sign
the credentials of the two Democratic
8eoators who will take their seats in
the Fifty-fourth Congress, and no
Democrat who knows him would re
gret to see the present owner of that
penDelegate Rawlins one oi tnose
Coining; with the advent of the
dreaded Asiatio cholera in Russia, the
news from India that Professor HafT-
kine's cholera vaccine has been most
successfully applied in that country
is especially gratifying. Dr. W. J.
Simpson, health officer or Calcutta,
in an official report, declares that in
a settlement of 200 natives attacked
by cholera, the disease was confined
to those persons who had not submit
ted to inocullation by the new vaccine.
One feature of the new remedy is that
its application is attended with less
discomfort than usually follows the
ordinary vaccination against small
The Chicago Inter Ocean truly says
There is nothing more foolish, deino
gogic, or vicious than the modern yell
of the agitator about "putting down
capital," and that "capital is the
enemy of labor." What possible
benefit can the worker expect by de
stroying capital? Does he, want to
work for an insolvent concern? Capi
tal is only accumulated labor. The
bulk of employers in America have at
one time been workers. The more
capital they have the better for their
workmen. . If only bankrupts run
factories and machine shops it is hard
to see how it would benefit labor.
The fact that Henry county kept
the convention waiting an unusual
length of time at Defiance on the 12th,
seems to worry the Toledo Blade ex
ceedingly, and the only solution it
persists in giving for the delay is, that
Judge Donnelly was getting in his
work knifing Mr. Donovan. The
Blade gives it this construction to
please itself and to vent its spite to
wards Judge Donnelly. The facts
are: The headquarters oi tienry
county were something like a half
mile from the convention "hall, and at
the time referred to by the Blade, the
delegates after arriving at headquar
ters found themselves locked out
somebody had closed the door and a
spring lock did the rest. It took
some little time to hunt up the person
with the key, and that is all there is
in the much talked of delay in cast
ing the vote of Henry county. Is the
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,)
Lucas County. i
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
in the City of Toledo, County and
State aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by tne
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 0th day oi De
cember, A. D. 1886.
j seal Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
ly and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
S"Sold by Druggists, 75o. lm
The Department of Agriculture has
issued a summary mode from esti
mates of 25,000 farmers of the Wett
and North-west, and of 4,000 experts
of the department on the cost of grow
ing wheat. The average cost per acre
for th region covered is $11.69.
Tint feat of counting 3,000 silver dollars
par minute was performed at the Philndel
phia mi it by a machine invented by Sebas
tian Hemes, the chief oarpenter of the insti
tution. The machine consists of ahopper,
into which the coins are dropped. A cog
wheel, the teeth of which resemble those of
a oircnlarsaw, carr'es the coins to the tubes,
snd from there they aro forced out upon a
1 ttle tible, containing twenty grooves, eao'i
of whioh holds just nfty coins. A turn of
the crank counts 1,000 coins, whioh are put
into a bag, And a seoond thousand follows
before the expiration oi the minute.
Utt: MARK' 1
Waterproof coVMia and cuffs that you
can clean yourselfby simply wiping
off with a wet sponge. The genuine
look exactly like linen and every piece
is marked this way t
They are made by covering a linen
collar or cuff with " celluloid," and are
the only waterproof goods made with
an interlining, and the only goods that
can stand the wear and give perfect
satisfaction. Never wilt and not effect
ed by moisture. Try them and you
will never regret it. Ask for those
with above trade mark and refuse any
imitations. If you dealer does not
have them we will mail you a sample
direct on receipt of price. Collars 25c
each. Cuffs 50c. pair. State whether
stand-up or turned-down collar is
The Celluloid Company,
42M29 Broadway, New York.
E fg O "S" (7 Cft4 EvL ew Jength; weight suitable for year 'round wear; making and trimming of first 3
E tJ iU 1 y iJ 1 6? class order, and quality. as good as $20 suits of a year ago. A full line of men's, 3
p boys Rnd children's double and single breasted sacks in Clay Worsteds, Serges and Meltons. A large line of men's and 3
boys Sweaters in all colors. s ' . '- -3
E infill B if51 0 EVl "1" I n 1 H E FT t0
E Uy 1 CasiSmi e y? ll I I lJ y? La on our
liorse Wagon, One 1-Horse Cart, One Single Harness.
Senate The Carey land bill, reserving
1,000,000 acres of arid land in each of sev
eral a bttes to be reclaimed and sold in
small tracts to actual settlers. The In
dian appropriation bill was then taken up
and the day devoted to discussing amend
ments upon it.
Housk Bills were passed to regulate
enlistments in the army; to authorize the
board of managers of the soldiers' home to
transfer and main tain the inmates
of any branch in case of emergency;
to place Mayor General John L.
Green on the retired list as a first lieuten
ant; Eugene Wells as a second lieutenant;
Napoleon J. T. Dana as assistant quarter
master; Dunbar K, Ransom as captain;
Charles 11. Stivers as captain, and James
W. Albert as major.
Senate Passed the Indian appropria
House Received report of conferees on
the tariff bill and reported disagreement
to the senate. , . t
Senate The whole day was spent in
discussing Mr. Cleveland's letter to Chair
man Wilson of the house ways and means.
The president was severely criticized by
Mr. Vest and others and ironically defend
ed by Mr. Hill. - No action taken on the
bill and adjournment was voted till Mon
day. House Half a dozen bills were passed
without opposition or debate. Most of the
day was spent io discussing the Tucker
resolution, which in effect empowers
states to prescribe the time, place and
manner of holding elections for senators.
The night session was devoted to pension
Senate Not fri session. '
House Resolution for electing senators
by direct vote of the people passed by two
thirds majority. Stone's immigration bill
also passed. Bill for the reinstatement of
railway clerks was djsensjed.
.-.-...v. Monday. -
Senate Day was spent in discussing
the president's letter, Mr. Gorman severely
arraigning him. Adjourned without ac
tion. ' 1
HOUSE No quorum. .
Senate Continued the discussion of
the president's letter, Mr. Hill speaking at
length in its defense.
HOUSE Passed the bill reinstating rail
way mail clerks discharged between March
and May, 18S9.
:i pis win. , , .-. ..
: The rich oldf jtean with a young wife
was having a hard time trying to make
her coincide with his idea of what her
duties were with reference to himself.
"Madam," life exclaimed after a heat
ed argument, "1 tell vou I shall mold
you to my will." a
'That's easy enough, '- she retorted.
"Only make itin my favor, and I'll at
tend to the ' balance. "Detroit Free
"That disagreeable Mrs. Highfli act
ed as though she didn't want to speak
when she met me on the street, hut I'll
get even with her." - - "
Florence What will you do? 1
"Kiss her the very next time I meet
lfer." Chicago IntfirOoenn.
Te gRtT KIDNO LIVER t22
Gill stone, brick duet In urine, pains In urethra,
straining fcfter urination, pain in back and hips,
suaaen stoppage 01 water iiui pressure.
Tube casts In urine, scanty urine. Stwimp-Rool
cures urinary troubles ana Kianey aiinouiues,
Torpid or enlarged liver, foul breath, bilious
ness, bilious headache poor digestion, gout. .
Inflammation, irritation, ulceration, dribbling,
frequent calls, pass blood, mucus or pus.
Gnarantae Use contents of On Bottle, If not Ilea
Sted, DngtfsU will refund jrou the price paid.
At Druggists, 50c. Size, $1.00 Sice.
lnTllde Guide to Health" f roo Coniulta tlon tne,
DB. KlLMEB CO., BlNOHAKTOH, N. T.
For sole by D.J. Humphrey,
MART H. FIVECOAT nd James Fivecoat, her
hnaband, and Andrew Wilson and Elizabeth
Wilson, his wife, whose residences are unknown,
Wm. H. Wilson and Mary Wilson, his wife, reetd
trgatGre?n City, Miisonri, and Margaret i.
Kimt e:ly and Ira Kitnberly, her heshand, residing
at GrecnoasOe, Sullivan Connty, Missouri, will
take notice that on the 18th day of July, 1894.
Frederick Fritz filed his petition In the Conrt of
Common Pleis of Henry County, Ohio, against
I hem and others, 'heirs at law of Andrew
Wilson, deceased, alleging in enbsfainoe, that
en the 5th day of January, 1869, said Andrew
Wilson, tor an adequate consideration, fully paid
to him by said Frederick Fritz bargained and sold
to said Frederick Fritz, with other lands, the follow
ing described lands, situate in Henry county, Ohio,
The north half of the northwest quarter of the
son theaat quarter of section 31, township 4, north of
range 6 eaBt. containing 30 acres more or less;
and that on the 9tb dy of September, 1869, said
Andrew Wilson executed and delivered to said
Fr derlck Fritz a deed, whioh said Andrew Wilson
and said Frederick Frits supposed conveyed, and
which was Intended by said Andrew Wilson to
convey te said Frederick Frits the lands above de
scribed; but that by miatske In drawing said deed,
the landa above described were omitted In the de
scription In said deed and other lands not Inten
ded lobe conveyed thereby, were embraced In the
description In said deed. The object and prayer of
said petition is that said deed may be reformed so
aa to properly describe said lands so intended to be
conveyed as aforesaid , and for otherproper relief.
Said pirtiea are required to answer to said peti
tion on or before the 8t day of 8ept 1894, or
judgment will be taken against them aa pra ed for.
July 18th, 189t. FREDERICK FRITZ.
By Martin Knupphis Attorney. jly!9-6t
Harriot!! Hall'iof Waynestown ,Ind.,says : "I
Owe my life to the Great Sou th American Nervine.
I had been in Deed for five months from the effects
of an exhausted stomach, indigestion, nervous
prostration and a generalshatteredoondition oi'my
wnoiesysteui. naa given ap eu nupuaui kuiuuh
. Had tried threo doctors with no rcnei . xne
first bottle of the Nervine Tonie tmproved me so
mnohthftt I hr Ahlntn walk about, and afewbot
tics cured me entirely. I believe it is the best
medicine In the world. I oannot recommend it
too highly." Sold by D.J. Humphrey, Napo
leon, U. ' Aug. iw-iy
in Lien's Olay
REMEMBER YODR PLEDGES.
Strong Letter from President Cleveland
. Written to Chairman 'Wilson.
Washttcto, July aa The letter written
by President Cleveland to Chairman Wilson,
on the tariff bill, is as f jllows:
Washington, July S, 1894,
Hon. William L. Wilson:
My Dear Sir: The certainty that a con
ference will be ordered between the two
houses of congress for the purpose of adjust
ing differences on the snbjeit of tariff legis
lation makes it almost certain that yon will
be again called on to do hard service in the
cause of tariff reform. . My pnblielife has
been so eloseh related to the subject, 1 nave
so longed for its accomplishment, and I have
so often promised its realisation to my fellow-countrymen
as a result of their trust and
confidence in the democratio party, that I
hope no excuse is necessary for my earnest
appeal to you mat in mis crime yuu sireuu
o.sly infist upon the party honor and good
faith and sturdy sdherenoe to democratic
principles. I believe these are absolutely
necessary conditions to the continuation of
democratio existence. I cannot- rid myself
of the feeling that this oonferenoe will pres
ent the best if not the only hope of true
democracy. Indications point to its aotion
as the reliance of those who desire the genu
ine fruition of democratio enort, ine luunn
uient of democratic pledges and the redemp
tion of demooratio promises to the people.
To rennnmle the differences in the details
comprised within the fixed and well-defined
lines of principle will not be the sole task of
the conference, but as it seems tome its
members will also have in charge the ques
tion whether democratio prinoipks them
selves are to be saved or abandoned. There
is no excuse for mistaking or misappehend
ing the feeling sad the temner of the rank
and file of the democracy. They are down
cast under the assertion that their party fails
in ability to manage the government, and
they are apprehensive that the efforts to bring
abont tariff reform may fail; but they are
much more downoast ana apprenensive in
their fear that democratio principles may be
surrendered. In these circumstances they
cannot do otherwise than to look with conn-
dence to you and those who with you have
patriotically and sincerely championed the
cause of tariff rf form within democratic lines
and gnided by demooratio principles. This
confidence is vastly augmented by the aotion
under your leadership of the honse of repre
sentatives upon the bill now pending.
Every true democrat and every sincere
tariff reformer knows tbat this bill, in its
present form, and as it will be submitted to
to the conference, falls far short of the con
summation for whioh we have long labored,
for which we have suffered defeat without
discouragement: whioh in its anticipation
gave us a rallying ory in our day of triumph
and which in its promise of accomplishment
is so interwoven with demooratio p'edges
and demooratio suooees that our abandon
ment of the cause or the principles npon
whioh it rests means party perfidy and party
dishonor. One topio wilt be submitted to
the conference which embodies democratio
principles so directly that it cannot be com
promised. We have in our platforms and
in every way possible declared in favor of
of free importation of raw materials. We
have again and again promised that this
should be acorded to our people and our
manufacturer as soon as the demooratio
party was invested with the power to deter
mine the tariff polioy of the country. The
party now has th t powor. We are as certain
to-day as we have ever been of the great
benefit that would accrue to the country from
the inauguration of this policy, and nothing
has to release us from our obligation to se
cure this advantage to onr people. It must
be admitted that no tariff measure can ac
cord with demooratio principles and prom
ises, or bear a genuine demooratio badge,
that does not provide for free raw materials.
In these circumstances it may well f xoite
our wonder that democrats are willing to de
part from this, the most democratic of all
tariff principles, and that the inconsistent
absurdity of such a proposed departure
should be emphasized by the suggestion that
the wool of the farmer be put on the free list,
and the prrteotion of tariff taxation be
placed around the iron ore and coal of the
corporations of the capitalists. How can we
face the people aftertadulging in such out
raaonna discriminations and violations of
principle? It is quite apparent that this
question of free raw materials aoes not ad
mit of adjustment on any middle ground,
sinoe their subjeotion to any rate of tariff
tTtinn. creator small, is alike violative of
foemooratio principle and democratio good
I hope yon will not oonsider it intrusive if
I say something in relation to another sub
jeot whioh can hardly fail to be troublesome
to the crnferenoe. I refer to the adjustment
of tariff ta alion on sugar. Under our party
nlatform and in acoordance with our declar
ed party purposes, sugar is a legitimate and
loaioal article of revenue taxation. Un or-
tnnatelv. however, inoidents have accompan
ied certain s ages of the legislation whioh
will be submitted to the oonferenoe that have
nmnned in connection wiih this eubj-ct a
natural demooratio animosity to the methods
and manipulations of trusts and oombins
tinnn. I oo f ess to sharing in this feeling;
and yet it seems to me we ought, if possible
to sufficiently free ourselves from prejndioe
to enable us coolly to weign tne considera
tions, whioh. in formulating tariff legislation
ought to guide our treatment of sugar as a
taxable 'article, and while no tenderness
should be entertained for trusts, and while I
am decidedly apposed to granting, under the
guise of tariff taxation, and opportunity to
further their peculiar memuus, i suggest
that we ought not to be driven away from
tha riAmnoratio Drinoitle and policy which
lead to the taxation of sugar, by fear, quite
likely exaggerated, that tn carrying out this
principle and policy we may directly and
inordinately encourage a combination - of
sugar refining interests. I know that in
conditions this is a delioate subject
and I appreciate the depth and strength of
the feeling wmon its treatment nns arousea.
T do not believe that we should do evil that
good may come, but it seems to me that we
should not forget that our aim is the com
pletion of a tariff bill, and that in taxing
sugar for proper purposes and within reason
able bounds, whatever else may be said of
action, we are no danger of running oonnter
to demooratio prinoiple. With all there is
at stake there must be in the treatment of
this article some ground npon whioh we
are willing to stand, where toleration and
conciliation may be allowed to solve the
problem, without demanding the entire sur
render of fixed and oonBoientions convictions
T nnoht not to oroloucf this letter. If what
t have written is unwelcome, I beg you to
believe in my good intentions.
In the conclusions or tne conterenoe tonon
ing the numerous items whioh will be con
sidered, the people are not afraid that their
interests will be neglected. They know that
the general result so fa as they are concern,
ed will be to place home necessaries and com
forts more easily within their reaob, and to
ensure better and surer compensation to
those who toil. We all know that a tariff law
all the various interests and condit
ions of a country as vast as ours must of
necessity be largely the result of honorable
adjustment and compromise. I expeot very
f aw nf nn nun sav. when our measure is per
fected that all its features are entirely as we
would prefer. You know how much I dep
recated the incorporation in the proposed
bill of theincome tax feature in matters of
one chance on every $5 worth you buy of ns until Oct. 30,
four valuable presents: One fine Top Buggy, One Two
Notice to Non-Resident Land Owners.
To all Lot and Land Owners and Municipal and Private Corporations tbat
will be Affected by the Ditch Improvement herein designated.
AUDITOB'8 OFFICE, HapoleoB, Henry Connty, Ohio, July I4.18M.
In the Matter of Ditch Improvement No. 823, Petitioned for
by L. Bockelman, et al.
Notice to Land Owners and Others.
Toe and each of yon are hereby notified that on the tnd day of April, A. D. 1894. Lawis Bockelman
et al. filed petition with the Auditor of said county, the eata'ance and braver of
which said petition Is, that there exists a ncceatity for the deepening. wldenUir. and traiiihlenlne
of a ditch, and said petiUoners pray for the making of such Improvement on the following route and -
Jommencing near the northwest corner or the northeast quarter of section 19, town six (A) north. '
e six (6) east, Btnry county, Ohio, lu thechanoel of oonutv ditch No. 613. iheno runnln. In .
and there to terminate.
leaaterly direction through secUona No. 19. 20. 99. Si and S3 of aald town and r.n,. h tk.nnnh
No. 4. S. 10. II. fl and IS of town & north, ratrn s ...t until it intaNM.i. w..iAA. r..3r
Thateaid petition Isnow pending, and that seen proceedings have been duly and legallybad.that -the
Board of Commissioners havo found that said improvement la neoewair for
and will be condusive to the pnbllo health, convenience and welfare, and that th Una
"y bvi ue njuw, om umh etua improvement ougui to do, ana Ine same la hereby estib- r
1 UhMnnlh. fnllAWtnn mh,. .n, t.n-lnl t-J..
liahed on the following- route and termini to-wit
Commencing about 60 rods rest and abont 50 rods
town S north, range It east, Henry county, Ohio, thence
inenceoastoDtne naif section line to the townabln
SneJ'f?ntA.alc"1 " tow"l'1P llneabout 120 rods, thence southeasterly through sections 18, 19, SO.S'A
38 and 83 of Freedom township, and through section. 4, S, 10, 11, 14, 1J and 13 of Napoleon twp., until,
it Intersecta liapoteon Creek and there to terminate. Also a branch, commencing about M rods north,
or the center of section S3, town 6 north, rente 6 east, Henry county, Ohio, thence running in a south- .
easterly direction along the north aide of the proposed M. O. L. tt, B. R. to the half section line run
sing east ajdweat through said section No. 88, thence east along aald half section line nntll It Intersects
county ditoh f,o. 4S8, thenee following said ditch nnU It intersects main ditch and there to terminate.
A d 'i!8,;1,? 'v PPoi"tcd t nglneer, W. O.Hudson, B.q has filed In this office hie report as requtnd by
law, andUiat as such Auditor of said county, the undersigned has fixed tu . 1
16th day of August, A. D., 1894, at 10 o'clock a, m.,
at th Auditors office. Napoleon, 0 for the hearinar of aaM m.n. r,-n;n
John Harms ,
W S Powell
Mary A Fisher ,
wabash B R Co
Fannie McLaughlin ....
Oeo Light User
Sarah J Andrews
Kate II Wcinlan
Edward h Potter
B R Sheldon
Marian L Manseld.....
J L Holler
Mary Allen ......
this kind, however, whioh do not violate a
fixed and recognized demooratio doctrine,
we are willing to defer to the jadgment of
a majority of onr democratic brethren. I
think th ere is a great agreement that this is
party duty. This is more paipably apparent
when we realize that the business of our
country timidly stands and watches for the
result of onr own efforts to perfect tariff leg
islation, that a quick and certain return of
prosperity waits npon a wise adjustment,
and that a conferring people still trust in
our bands their prosperity and wel being.
ine democracy or the land plead most
earnestly for the speedy completion of the
tariff It gislation which their representatives
have undertaken; bo t they demand not less
earnestly tbat no stress of necessity shall
tempt those they trust to the abandonment
of demooratio prinsiples. Yours very truly,
tUroLsoB , O., July 5, 'W.
Corrected weekl by A. Bradley.
Apples,grecn perbu. ...1.0010
.1 0G&2 00
Onions per bn new
rota toes.. ...................... .....
Beans per bn
Salt, Coarae Bock, per bbl....
flalt.eommnn. ner bbl....'....
aaU.Flne Tabic, per sack..... 1 1026
J jrreotedweckljb jJohLDlemer
Plcklecoork. .......... liii
Smokedbaoon , ... - 15
Smoked bama 18
Chickens, live spring... . 8
Turkeys, live 810
Geese ; 4o50
gheepp e r head..... -. ..9) 0O 800
Flour. Feed and Grain.
Jorrectedweekljby J.Koliet Co
Wheat.So.il .Bed 45
Rye - -- :
Corn perowt..... . 80
Bnokwheat .. 75
Koller'sNo. Blioui peraack 65
Boaltcdmealperaack... . 20
Oornandoatschopeperowt........ 1 10
Baltperbbl.... . 100
Whitellme , 6
Watcrllme .'. 11
Ealsene plaster - t '0
Plaslerhalrper bn. . - 80
Bnokwheatpersack.. . 40
, Oirreetecbv H .H .Vookt Bro . ;
WheatNo. 2 new........ 45
Wbeat.No. 3.... .., , . : -. 48
Cornnerowt t. 60
Napoleon Mills ,6em.... .. ..
. . 85
. - 75
R ve Flonr ner sack .
Bran perowt...... -
Oats and cornohopperewt..
Mloblgan salt perbbl....... ..
Bevlew of the Grain and Cattle Markets
For July 81.
. . Cincinnati Tobacco.
Receipts for the week........... 1,481
Receipts. same week lost year...;- 1,748
The range of prices for the 1,093 hhds is
55, 2 203 05; 809, to 007 95; 183,
$10 00U 75; 51, $15 00(3)19 25; 188, $4 00(3
5 05; 245, $8 009 05; 103, $13 0014 7S; 4,
$20 0021 50.
VV '' Pittsburg. .
: Cattle Prime, $4 B04 75; good, $4 00
4 ftO: butchers'. S3 50(4 00: light steers.
$2 753 00; fat cows, $20 0040 00. Hogs
Sack Suits If
north of the eaBt quarter post of section Ho. 13
running In a southeasterly course about 60 rods'
llus between Freedom and Rldirevill town.hin.
13 a H w w id ill til
19 ne se..... 40 103 75 4 44
29 nw ne 40 89 95 1 M
14 wptnptwVin ... 20 5183 S 22
U pteptsptsHsw... 1 2 57 U
13 tot 21 . t 6 14 23
13 and 14 road bedand grounds... 80 82 184
. ifl sept Philips outlets to Nap. cor 80 (8
22 sw pt ram 80 08
2s ne cor same) , 40 ' 01
80 w pt same 80 08
30ept same 80 -08
31 same 1 00 ' IS
4 and 5 Jss Breonan's add 160 IS
6 and 6 McCaan Jfc Harriaon's add 1 to IS
8 and 9 same 1 60 18
4 J M eeklson's sno div ontlot 32 80 OS
18 and 12 nhf KB Dodd's lstsdd 80 08
17 w hf same 1 60 16
8 Mary Dodd's 1st add. 80 . ra
8 2nd add 80 08
; 11 13 and 27 do J 40 54
25 79, SO and 82 do 8 3d 82
38 and 41 . do 1 60 16
45 and 46 . do 1 60 16
07 do 80 08
10 Lombard's add 80 08
RESH, Auditor Henry County, O.
$3 50gi? ni; good, $3"lXJ(p Safari1, (3 00
2 50; common, S0c(l 23; yearlings, 12 CKi
3 SO; spring lambs, fcJ S5i 50 veal
calves, 4 p0a 25.
Wheat 48Kc Corn 4553c. Cat
tleSelected butchers, 3 6504 15; fair to
medium, $3 103 60; common, 13 252 90.
Hogs Selected and prime butchers, (5 50
g5 60; packing, $5 !W(ft5 50; common to "
rough, H 7o(g5 23. Sheep t2 50(43 15.
Lawbs 00 75.
Hogs Select butchers, 13 155 35; pack
ing, 4 85(35 10. Cattle Prime steers.
(4 504 75; others, 3 754 00; cows and '
bulls, tl G03 60. Sheep 2 0033 75;
lambs, $3 004 60. .
Wheat September, 53)0. Corn Sep
tember, 48jc. Oats September, 8234c.
Cattle (1 45(34 85. Sheep (3 25 25.
Lambs-Q 50(85 25.
. Toledo. -..
'Wheat Cash, 08c asked; September,
63Kc bid. Corn Cash, 48c Oats Cash.
80c Bye-40)tfc bid. 7 .
Isaac T. Morebead.
Henry Oonnty Oonrt of Common Pleas.
Case No. 4120. Order of sale. -
IN pursnanc of sn order Issued from the Conrt of
Common Pleas within and for the county of
Henry and Stale of Ohio, made at the Aprlr
teim thereof, A. D 1894, and to me directed, I will
offer for sale st public auotion, at the door of the
Conrt House, In the town of Napoleon, on
Saturday, August 25th, A, 0., 1894,'
st 2 o'clock p. m. or said day, the following de
sert bed real estate to-wtt :
The south half of the northeast quarter of sec
tion thirty-six (36), township four (4), north of,
range seven (7) east, containing eighty (B0) acres
of land In Henry connty, Ohio.
Bald premises has been appraised at 1 1000, and
cannot sell for leas tt an two-thirds of said ap
praisement. Terms of salecash.
E. E. DECKER, '..
8hcriff of Henry county, Onto.
8. (. Hague, Attorney.
John C. Saur, Administrator,
Henry Connty Court of Common Pleas.
, Case No. 4128. Order of sale. .
In pursuance of an order Issued from the
Court of Common Pleas within and for th
county or Henry and State of Ohio, mide at the
April term thereof A. D. 1894. and to me direct
ed, I will offer for sale at pnbllo auction at the
oooroi ine uouri House, in me town oi napoleon
On-'' .. ' . .,. , '.
Saturday, Anr. 25th, 1804, '
at 2 o'olook p. m. of said day, the following de
scribed reel estate, to-wit:
Tbe southwest quarter of the southeast quarter
of section eighteen (18), town six (0), nortU of
rnuge eigm to; ease, in uenry county, unio. v
Bald premise" has been appraised at (1400, and
cannot sell for less than two-thirds of said appraise
Termsof sale Cash.
M. 1KCM.K1(, ..
Sheriff or Henry County, Ohio.
M. Donnelly, Attorney for Plaintiff..
Clothing Sales Agent Wanted for
, Napoleon and Vicinity.
LIBERAL commissions paid, snd we fnrnlsb
the best and moat complete outfit ever provided
by any bouse. Write at once for terms. Bend 2 or
8 references, . WANAMAKER& BROWN,
It ; . Philadelphia, Pa.
THE sonttteastqnarter section 8, town 8, north
ranee 7 east, Henry county, Ohio. 100 acres un
der cultivation and undcrdraiaod. Orchard, house,
barn and other farm conveniences. This farm is
within one-half ml! of Haralor, a staliononthe
Baltimore A Ohio. It constitutes a part of the es
tate of John C. Rtckette, deceased, and will be Bold,
at a bargain. Title clear. Propositions are invit
ed. Alllnqnlrics addressed to the subscriber will
receive attention. - A. C. IU0KETT8,
JuiyikMt : Jjinooln, Nebraska.
ITTCT DCrPlVPA lrBe stock of Lettor Heads
dUbl fiCilIilllilJ Ni-te Heads, Statement Bill
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