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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, 0. JULY 20, 1894.
"S Gravel and Tar Roof repaired, c.
Done on short notice.
I Lave a roof paint that will
2 LAST for YEARS.
For particulars inquire or
Dux Ui, Napoleon, Ohio.
Tlif College of the Presbyterian Synod of Ohto. Co.
educational. I'renaratory, Colleglata.HclentMc Mu
alcitl, Mnllcaland Post Graduate Uepartmenta, AoM
and thorough faculties C'bemlcal and Biological
-fK-partmenta with new and complete equipment.
Klnit-lnssirymnaslum with Instructor. Well furnish
ed Library unci Heading Room. Fall term opens Sept.
IS. For further Information or catalogue, addreaa
JKSSE Mi-cr.EI.LAN,Treaa.,or'l Woojtor. Ohio
President 8. F. SCO VEL, ) WOOIMf, UIUO.
'A recent dlawrwjr by an old
amonfAir nr tiouaaaif 0
'Ladie. U the ail? perfectly
safe and reliable medicine die-
-TOTered. Beware of unprincipled rirugglsta wno
offer Inferior medicines la place of tola. Ask for
Cook's Cottoa Bool Compound, fait no auMf
rufe, or lncloie $1 and 0 cent Is portage la letter
and we will lend. Mated, by return mall. Fullsealod
particulars In plain envelope, to ladles only, I
stamps. Address Pond Lily Company.
Ko. t Flaner Block, Detroit, Mich.
8 1J In Vtp ileon ly all (Iru-,iii8
SPEEDY find LASTIKO RESULTS.
iM --i I No Inconvenience. Simple.
J"" ABBOWMIT FHBII
lA tn.ll. M f0m any injurioustibtnnce.
a LASSS ABD0r.:78 BSB1J3ID.
k thin. A
We GUARANTEE CUKE or ri-hind your moii'V.
Price et.t.oopnr bottle. Send 4s. for (revise.
flUEMOM MEDICAL CO., Huston, Sir-.m
-Hastllo ! arjest ptivato practice In tho Unite.! States
; S3 years' private prno
ticoand hospital ex-
pei-lotice in Kurope
ami America. Doctor
K.T.lk!itjT i n ru3rober of
f'f "iV;SV tlto KRVOnean Assnointioi
i-ttnownrtl. Ho poritivoiy CtKS'-S nnilur
DAKANTKli(.II ciirnble rnsM. na Paralysii",
Hournlgii, l'ita, Dyfpepais. RhoumatiJin,
Otxmity, Cnnoora, Bcrofiila, Uloora. Pimplaa, nno
- all Skin. Kemulo. Honrt, Kidney. Bladder, btom
arh and ftowel Diseases, Catarrh, Asthma, Bron
chiii and Confminptton, Bretn, lvouand
PRIVATE & SEXUAL DISEASES
Cared under a guarantee and furfelt of
ttl 000 for failure, lost Manhood, Spotmatorr
hopa, Effects of Youthful Iadiscrotioss and lii-
ly nnd ppntuncmly cured by an original and
novor-tmling troatmer.t, Ocnorrham, Kyphiib.
Oli-tt, Hydrocele and Varioooolo cured in the
ehorlest ponHibio time without liindmnce from
huf nos. Curat saaraniccd whr.ro others have
faiitid. Tynrchr.nro3 ond consultHou Bacrodly
ooc'.ulerjti.-.l. UournO tol2n.ni., 1 to 4 p.m., 7 to
p, in, ; fiundaya nnd uolisbya U to 12 n.ra. Out of
" tnwn r-ntitnta treated with tinhiitingr raceess
throosh eorrwpondonce. W rite A. F. lvulkhotf,
Itl. !., 1'olodn, Ohio for Hxaininalion Blank,
nd2(W na,cn Hoo!c, The riuiguar! of JLlfo
nd ilt iif Gold, Bent freo for 0 cents postage
woailat Ms Ofiloes, Hurjrcry find I.ubora
torj , S03-SO7 Summit Btreot, where you will
find the met complote dcetor'aonieesin Amerloa.
l!5c, 20o and 25o summer dress goods
cut to 8o a yard at this sale at Geo.
II. Rohrs Bro's. 2t
J . It. Bayers is Rcont for Or. J. A . Drake'e
family medicines. All medicines wnrrau-
d. I)H. J. A. DitAKE,
Pfb J. It. Saxebs.
WM. T. BLVZLEY,
Rooms over Harnphroy's Drag Store.
You can save big money on shoes
rturing this sale at Geo. H. Rohrs &
Bvo's. ; 2t
A big assortment of garden and
field seeds at Bradley's. He is head
quarters for all kinds of seeds. tf
Second story rooms for rent. En
quire at this office, tf
LOAN AT, 6 AND 7 PEB
F. D. l'BINTIS,
M. KNCPP, Napoleon .O.
j- If yon wish your work done by a praotical
horseshoor and worker in iron, call on Billy
Sheffield, Deshler, Ohio. He has a repnts
. tion for honest and ai-tistio work which few
others possess. tf
All summer goods must go,
35 ) fine French Ginghams re
'duced to 8 cents a yard.
2t Geo. H. .Roma & Bbo,
Chase's Barley Malt is stimulating
nd nourishing to the consumptive,
-the old and feeble. It is absolutely
Sold by Eggers & Son, Napoleon,
O. ... - lm
' Mrs. A. E. Mann has removed her drees
making rooms to Mrs. Harriet Gary's for
rner residence on sohool house street, tf
Painless extracting... 25c
- A fair amalgam filling...., . COc
A fair set of teeth $ 8.00
All work guaranteed the best for
tf W. J. Pikrrepont, Dentist.
Voryonr pure drags and wall paper yon
should oall on F. H. Voigt, of Holgate. All
goods at lowest prices. , tf
For neckwear and gents furnishing
goods go see Henry Meyer. He can
. suit you in all respects. tf
A lady who has two or three hours
leisure each day, can make money by
- assisting me in my business. Address
-with stamp Ora Sheffield,
tf ; Napoleon, O.
W. H. Nelson, who is in the drug
business in KingviUe, Mo., has so
much confidence in Chamberlain's
"Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
that he warrants every bottle and of-
' fers to refund the money to any cus
tomer who is not satisfied after using
, it. Mr. Nelson takes no risk In doing
this because the remedy is a certain
' ure for the disease for which it is in
tended and he knows it It is for sale
4v I). J. Humphrey. Napoleon, O. lm
"The Best." -
The liest Medicines are Humph
rey's Specifics. They cure surely;
t uav mire nuicklv.they cureeconomt-
cally. E very pellet is worth its weight
In cm ! as a curative agent. For sale
,jy druggists. lm
frying 10c, at the
Dr. Clias. 11
irrison has repainted
Buy your tan colored shoes of M.
Reiser and save money. tf
The country is now nulling with the
prospects of bounteous crops.
Now is the time to propose. Any
girl wilts this kind of weather.
Thev mav be war between Japan
and China before another week pass
es. A Inrire pio-nie nartv from Wanseon
enjoyed themselves on the riverTues
day. The Wabash pay car will pet
around about 7 o'clock next Saturday
Buv your boots and shoes of M.
Reiser, jr., and get a full set of Chris
ty knives. tf
Henry Pohlman Is putting a second
story onthe wing of his residence on
Latlies and childrens underwear are
cut way down in prices at Geo. H.
Rohrs & Hro's.
The date for the hearing of the
Bowerman ditch has been changed
to Ang. 10th.
Several pieces of choice land, ini-
g roved or unimproved, for sale by
ahill & Donovan. ; St
About 400 people took In the gypsy
camp and the cool shade of Lingle's
grove laBt Sunday.
Board, room, books and tuition, at
Franklin College, New Athens, O.,
$3 per week. Catalogue free.
D. Harmon is erecting a fine story
and a half dwelling house on his
property in the park addition.
We can show you' more different
styles of shoes than any other place
in Napoleon, tf M. R.KISER, JR.
Carpets and matting are cut in
price way down during the Clear
ance Sale at Geo. H. Rohrs &
Dan Huddle entered In three of the
handicap biovole races held at Toledo
yesterday arid to-day. He will make
a good showing.
"The lower house of Congress ap
propriated $1,000,000 for the eradica
tion of the Russian thistle, but the
Senate refused to eonourr. , ,
Our pries -are just, our goods are
ight and we always have something
to please you. '
-tl uL-JlKISF.lt, jr., uw"" uiu.".
J. J. Jarvis, formerly of Dennnoo,
but who has been in the woolen mills
business in St. Louis for a number of
years, has made an assignment.
The place to buy a suit of new, sty
lish clothes, at a very low price, is at
the store of Henry Meyer. Before
vou buy can anu see uim tu "
A wagon loaded with four or five
saw logs collapsed in front of Saur &
Balsley's store on Perry street Mon
day evening. The wagon was badly
Deflance is all centennial talk and
frantic efforts are being put forth to
raise the necessary funds to carry on
the enterprise. The big show comes
off August 7th, 8th and Oth.
Kino- n.nd Halter have lust finished
a fine piece of painting, that of the
front of the grocery store uiock ui
Wm. Spengler. It is one of the fin
est painted fronts of the city.
Every piece of
goods must be sold
price or given away
Li. Honrs to liro s.
The Russian thistle is with us in all
its glory. A genuine sample of the
nest can be seen in front of the Ditt-
enhaver block on AVashington street
nnd in numerous other places in
Wm. Swicrart was wavlaid and
imirrinrnd in Tiffin last week. The
rWH was done for robbery. The
county commissioners have ottered a
reward of 1,000 for the detection 01
the murderer. '
J. D. Morev, of Liberty township,
Tirna in the eitv vesterdav. and did
nnr. nen-lect the nrinter. Mr. M. is
one of the original subscribers of the
Northwest, having taKen it ever
since its establishment in 1852.
Rbv P. J. Green and Rev. C. Rode-
hnnoh. of Bowling Green, have
ft.rrn.ri ced to exchange nulnits Sun
day, July 30th, therefore services at
the Evangelical church here, will be
conducted by Rev. KoaeDaugn.
Martin Huber. of Harrison town
ohin was In the citv Tuesday, in a
.m,n.tlnn with him he said he had
threshed his wheat and oats last Sat
urday. Mart says Jie was tne ursi
one to thresh oats in the county.
The alarm of fire Monday afternoon
was occasioned ny a oiaze m mo
ashery on the South Side. '1 he fire
started In the roof near the Bnioke
stacks, but was extinguished without
much damage. The fire department
There has never been anything
discovered that will equal Dobbins'
Electric Soap for all household uses.
It makes naint look like new, and
clothes as -white as snow. Our wash
woman says it is a pleasure to use It
ASK your grocer ior iu
Quite a number from Napoleon took
in the bicycle race's at Toledo
Wednesday and Thursday. The fol
lowing left yesterday morning: . Ed.
Allen, Tom Lingle, Ora Huddle, John
H. Polker. Sam Bauin, W. Johnson,
Pete Tietjen, Eno Powell and Will
Farmers report that the broods of
young quail are reasonably plentiful
and that there"' is every prospect of
having a fair stock of the birds when
the shooting season opens. If such is
the case, the new game law, which
for bids the shipment of quail out of
the State, or offering them for sale.
will p eserve a good supply for next
itao na Vin1 In ft
Hon. Isaac Kaev, of Seneca coun
ty, has accepted a call from the State
Board of Agriculture to deliver lec
tures throughout the State at farm
ers' institutes. Mr. K. is a good
speaker and is thoroughly posted on
agricultural topics. He is well known
in this community, his daughter be
ing the wife of our fellow citizen, Dr.
J as. . Jtiaiy.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World' s Fair Highest Medal and Diploma.
8 KBIlfififnBBiV g
J And Undertaking.
Picture Frames made
Z to Order at Low-
t est Prices.
I Harmon & Waleott.
vinegar at the
The Gessner band of Defiance has
New invoice of
Honecks at 50o.
sweaters at S. M,
M. H. Darby, of Deshler;. was in the-
etfy Monday last.
One rose, a buckle and a bit of rib
bon make a summer bonnet.
Did you see those white stitched!
Soods in both button and congress at
. Reiser's. tf
Read the announcement of the
Univerity of Wooster on page 8th. It
may interest vou. Ot
Parasols and silk umbrellas are cut
way down in prices during this sale at
Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro's. 2t
Wauseon cyclers to the number of
200 wore white duck trousers, coats
and caps, at the Toledo races-
The state has agreed to furnish
Deflance with tents enough during
the centennial celebration for the ac
commodation of 4000 persons.
Our excellent band gave a fine and
appreciative concert on the pnbiie
square Saturday evening. The en
tire town seemed to be on the streets.
Mens shoes, bovs shoes, ladies
shoes and childrens shoes at a big sav
ing to you try us.
Sit Geo. II. Ronns&BRO.
One of Jos. Vocke's little girls fell
off the boat house into the river last
Sunday, but was fished out in time to
save her from drowning by boat-keeper
The Star Bakery eollaDsed rather
8uaavnw.iron(av. The fixtures have
oeen 80id to pc tioa tvlin rnnk thorn
to urand uapuis r-Mjnjboat. Sev
eral creditors are leit in tne tuh
Those cool, well fitting clothes
you see upon most of ourwelldressed
people, have come from the clothing
hoaise of Henry Meyer. His stock is
largo and he sells at low prices. Try
A team belonging to Ko'.Ws livery
barn rail away last Jn-iday. They
started near the post office and ran
down Perry street to the river bridge
where they were stopped. JNo uam
age, but lots of excitement.
After the present two-storv brick
being erected by Koller&Augenstein
is finished, these gentlemen intend
to build a two-story brick with iron
front, on the old Myerholtz property
opposite the court house.
In the society notes from Napoleon
in Saturday evening's JSlaae, the fol
lowing nersonal appeared:
M Jssieless CmmsH net ahsia rrmra.
We know nearly everyone here but
can t recall having met tins person.
John W. Childs, of Defiance, who
was an applicant for the Defiance
postoflice, but was turned down for
another, has been appointed to a
lucrative clerkship in the v. a. pen
sion office at Columbus under Gen,
Rice. Mr. Childs is highly spoken of,
Mrs. Young Hon", of near Chilli
cothe.who became infatuated with
a clever forger and swindler named
Wm. Tibbitts, lett her husband and
fled with the rascal to Tennessee.
Officers have gone south m pursuit.
Three forgeries have already come to
light in Ross county, all traced clear
ly to Tibbitts. -
Here's a bit of law not generally
known or considered: "Whoever, be
ing over fourteen years of age, en
gages in sporting, rioting, quarrel
ing, hunting, iishibg or shooting on
Sunday, shall, on complaint made
within three days thereafter, be fined
not more than twenty dollars or im
prisened not more than twenty days
or both. .- , .
Fierce and furious cuts are
ging here to close out the
stock. This is a bargain
sale that realizes the hopes of
every eager buyer and disap
Come and save
2t Geo. H.
Bonus & Beo.
In digging a mess of potatoes from
his truck patch, J. jseauseau, a jje
Kalb county, Ala., farmer, found
small fortune to a wan of his means,
Instead of turning over with his spade
a handful of potatoes he turned up
3.000ingold and silver. The dates
on the pieces Indicated the treasure
mnst have been buried about the
commencement of the Civil War. It
is persumed the money was buried in
a box or bag, but no vestige of any
Hard soap at the Pork House. 8t
Honors World's Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pun Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. ' Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
T:ip l;l.l4 for the construction or the
waterworks and electric light plant
were opened in the common pleag
court room Tuesday afternoon. In
all there were forty-t wo bids received,
for parts ami the whole of the work.
Most of the iirms bidding were repre
sented in person and much interest
was taken in the matter. The engin
eer and trustees are now busy com
piling the different bids, and it will
take teyeral days before . they can
come to any definite conclusion as to
which U the best or lowest bid. The
bids for the entire work range from
Waterworks Uonds Sold.
The city was alive with bond deal
ers on Saturday, all seeniinifly anx
ious to take the $(30,000 waterworks
and electric heht bonds offered by
the city for sale on that day. At
noon the bids were opened by Clerk
tteynolds, and when comparisons
were made it was found that the best
responsible bid was frotu the house
of Masou, Lewis Si Co.T ot Chicago,
who offered to take the bonti at par
and accrued Interest up to the time
of uelivery and $150 premium, they to
furnish the printed bonds and to de
liver the currency in Napoleon.
'j here were several otner diub men
tr than the one accepted, but they
were irregular and not in accordance
with the law and specifications, there-
tor were rejected.
J'aitinir in consideration tne string
ency of the money market and; other
hindrances, the sale is comparatively
a good one, especially so when a.graat
uuvnv of our citizens thought the
bonds could not be placed at all at 6
per cent. "J.'he bonds are to be passed
and the currency turned over about
the si st Inst.
. Directors' Day.
In pursuance of resolution passed
by the teachers at their last annual
nstitute. tbe executive committee
have set an&rt Wednesday, Aug. 8th,
as directors' day. JOn that day the
directors of the county are invited to
meet with the teachers and discuss
some livins questions-pertaining to
the schools, viz, township superin
.Not only directors, but scnool pat
rons and all interested in education,
are invited to be present. It is hoped
that the plans for this day will be so
well carried out as to be considered
worthy of repetition next year.
A series of three lectures, underthe
auspices of the Henrv County Teach
ers' Association, will be given in Nar
poleon dnrjng their institute the in-st
two weeks of August as follows:
Wednesday evening, August 8,
The Force of Literature Prof. J.W.
Grabiel. Tuesday evening Aug. 14,
A Choice of Book Prof. W. W. Van
Posson. Thursday evening, Aug.
18, Lincoln, his Place in History
Prof. S. D. Fess. The association is
at great expense in securing the leo-
and as thev are made ireeto
the teacner .of the countv and the
people of Napoleon nod vicinity, it is
expected that they will be iegiy
and duly patronized.
All persons having portraits and
photographs at my gallery that have
been done from one month to two
years, will please call and get them, as
we need the money, besides -we want
the room f or.wiore new ones.
2b h , G. W. Gardner. ,
-For sale at
HEHRY COUHTY RECORDS.
One Year's Work 1n! the Recorder's
County Recorder Jas. W. Hanna
has completed his annual report to
the Secretary of State and from It the
following facts and figures are taken:
' V DEEDS." ' ;'' ' '.
During the past year the number
of bleeds recorded on agricultural
lands amounted to 408, the number
of acres being 18,138. The average
price paid per acre was $47.50,
amounting to $841,555. .'
Number of deeds recorded for sale
of city, town and village ' lots 13;
Number of deeds of complicated or
mixed conveyances, 205, amount,
Total amount, $977,095.
LEASES. ' .
Number of leases, agricultural lauds
recorded 18; amount, $8,904.
Number of leases, city, town or
village lots recorded, 8; amount, $992.
Number of mortgages on agricul
tural lands - recorded, 389; amount,
Number of mortgages on city, town
and village lots recorded, 123;amount,
Number of mortgages on agricul
tural landft cancelled, 153; amount,
Number of mortgages on city, town
and village lots cancelled, 51; amount,
$17,510. , ,
v Total $162,495.80.
. ' . t A Good Appetite
Always accompaines good health, and
an absenoeof appetite is an indication
of something wrong. The universal
testimony given by those who have
used Howl's Sarsaparilla, as to its
merits in restoring the appetite, and
as a purifier of the blood, constitutes
the strongest recommendation that
can be urged for any inedichn.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, bilious
ness, jaundice, Indigestion, sick head
Cupp Mitchell. --At the resi
dence of the bride's parents, Sunday,
Julv 22nd. 1894. bv Rev. P. J. Green.
Mr. Philip Cupp and Miss Ella Mitch-
Salt and Smoked
Lean hams, sliced. "Strk
J 'o lean and streak o' faf
r pickled pork. Fine
i Lots of pure lard, meat fryings,
0 Etc., Etc.
E. K. COWI)lITf!K
Coal! Coal! Coal!
I will sell hard coal at $9.25 per ton,
angnsi delivery, ti WM. HAMSB.
Hals! Bat! Hat!
la oar hat department we are giv
ing- yoa some very big inducements.
Hat that sold at from t3, $2.59, $3 and
t'S.OQi we are selling now at a big loss
to us, but it is a gain for you. They
going a 30e, 98o, $1.25 and $1.50. If
you are ia need of a hat come and see
me. , . t
2t S. M. Honece.
At this hot season of the year near
ly everybody leaves window and
doors open during the evening, thus
inviting the-dangerous thief to enter
and commit depredations. Hot
weather brings the thief of disease,
undermining one's health if neg
lected; children are troubled with
billiousness, dysentery etc., and
should-be-looked after in time. Nu
tritious food such as malted milk,
Swiss condensed milk, Saur & Bals
ley's blackberry cordial for dysentery.
for children and adults. The system
snouia be cleared ofimpurities by
annKing appoiunaris, nunvadl, or
Buffalo Lithia water in small quanti
ties during meals. Saur & Balsley's
sell Hire's Root Beer in 25o packages
each making five gallons of the most
refreshing summer beverage known.
Death of Mrs. M.
Ellen, wife of M.
R. Ruuunell. died
Tuesday morning, at 0:80 o'clock, in
childbirth, at her late residence on
She was the only daughter of the
late David Welsted, and was born in
JNapoleon on August 2d, 1854, making
her nearly 40 years of age at date of
her death. The child, in whose birth
the mother gave up her life, is a girl
baby and'is alive; in addition to the
young babe, Mrs. Rummell leaves a
husband and two other children; her
oldest daughter preceedingher to the
spirit land a year or so ago. She also
leaves an aged mother, who is thuB
left to mourn the departure
of her only remaining child. Her
death is indeed a sad blow to this
Mrs. Rummell was a rlevned -wife
sacrificing and indulgent mother, a
woman in whose everv ant self wns
immersea in tne comfort, welfare and
happiness of those about her. Her
sad death has caused a veil of sadness
to enshroud the entire community and
memory wm always DO cnerisned
by many fast friends. '
J. he funeral will take nlann from
mis resiuence tins afternoon at
The Hog Problem.
Not a little interest was aroused over
the hog problem which was published
in last week's Northwest. We give
the problem again: A farmer and his
wiie. owned a nog ana tney wanted to
weigh it. ' The man -weighed 190
pounds and his wife 139 pounds.
They put a board across the fence so
that when they sat upon each end of
it the board exactly balanced. They
then changed places, the wife taking
the pig in her lap, just balancing the
board again. What was the weight
of the porker? A number of answers
have been given us, but the following
solution, handed us by a subscriber,
is t he correct one:
By the principle of the lever when
different weights at its extremities
balance each other, they are to each
other inversely as the length of the
arms to which they are attached,
Hence, in the first experiment, wo
know that the weight of the woman
is to the man's weight as the shorter
arm is to the longer arm. in tne
second experiment, the weight of the
hog and woman is to the weight of
the man as the long arm is to the
short arm. Consequently, letting
represent the weight of the woman
and hog, the following proportion
can be deducted from the two above:
x is to 190 lbs. as 190 lbs. is to 139
lbs. "From thisx equals 359 lbs. near
ly, the wight of the woman and hog
Substracting 139 lbs., the weight of
the woman, we have left 120 lbs., the
weight of the porker. ;
.: To Trade.' ;-.
A good business property centrally looated
in Holgate, Ohio, for trade for wild land or
farm property located in Henry County, 0.
For pi-ticnlnrscall at the office of Cahill A
Prof. Poster's Weather.
Mv last bulletin gave forecasts of
the storm waves to cross the conti
nent from 18th to22d and 24th to 28th
The next will reach the Paciflo coast
about the 28th, ; cross the western
mountains by the close of the 29th,
the great central valleys from 80th to
August 1 andtne eastern states about
August 8. v. . v. .- ', " '.,
While this disturbance Is crossing
the continent severe earthquakes will
probably occur in some of the earth
quake countries. . ,
The warm wave will cross the west
em mountains about the 28th, the
great central valleys about the 80th
and the eastern States about August
1. , The cool wave win cross the west
ern mountains about the 81st, the
great central valleys about August 2
ana the eastern States about Aug. 4,
The last week in July will be exces
sively hot and a general deficiency of
rainfall may be expected.
Fine business building and cottage,
both on same lot. Size of lot 46x188
feet, half a sail are northwest of B,
& O. and Cloverleaf depots. Most
desirable place for restaurant and
hotel buildings. Will sell on easy
terms or trade for property in good
locautv in town or country. Ad
dress : Mrs. J. W. Carson,
tf . Holgate, 0,
A c-ood new
organ N lor
horse. Enquire of W.
Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder
Most Perfect Made.
Personal and Society Notes.
Pleasant Mention of Our Own
Mrs. A. E. Yearpr ia a-Uittncr frltirtda
in Toledo. 0
Dr. and Mra Hurrlinn .nor, 1 ....
day ia Deflance.
A. E. Yeac-pr was In tUt.,l
- . . , - 1 I'll
first of the week.
,, . ' - v. vino t u
the city last Friday.
Henry- Cary and Fred Myrs are
in Toledo this week.
MissMyrtaNeff spent seventf days
of this wk ia Toledo.
J. W. Gravdstaff, of West Lerpelc,
was in the city Monday.
Miss Langdoo.of Younstown, is-vis-iting
friends in this city.
A. Bradley and D. J. Humphney
went to Toledo' Wednesday.
Miss Elsie Bradley returned to Co-
luuious Wednesday morning.
Leah Higgins, of Defiance, has been
visiting in the city this week.
Born to Mr. an Mrs. Geo. Jahns;
lasjrriaay mornings a baby girl.
John H. Frease- took in the Detroit"
horse races last Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. Moss and children, of Findlay,
are goests of her sister, Mrs. H. Van
Cauipen. - -
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sit es, of Desh
ler, visited with friend in this city
Mrs. Dr. Koehn; of Chicago, is vis
ing net- mother, Mrs: .IN, Hi Hartman,
in Napoleon. . . - -
Miss May Thrift, of. Elwood, Ind.,
is visiting at the homes of Messrs.
Harmon 61 Waleott.
Canal Commissioner Hartnett and
family have been in the city visiting
uunug uie jjaei wees, .
Mrs. Nettie Hague; of Chicago, spent
several days of last week with her un
cle, Gov. bcott, and: family.
The Misses Grace and Eiila Don
nelly have for their guests the Misses
tjavanaugn ana yuinn, of Toledo.
Mrs. Geo. Nederayer, of Toledo,
visited her parents. Mr, r and Mrs.
Lhas. Polker of this city Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferd. Roessina- and
Geo. F. Curdes and wife attended the
Klenk-Baum wedding at Defiance
Col. D. B. Aniger and daughters.
of Lansing, Mich., spent several days
01 last weeit with his lather-in.-law,
Dr. and Mrs. Geo. Teeple entertain
ed a small company of voung folks
last Monday evening in honor of Miss
Langaon, of X oungstown.
C. J. Moore, of the McClure Free
Pi-esa, and sister, Miss Belle Moore,
visited- D. V. Hart man and family
last Saturday. They returned to Me
Clure Sunday accompanied bv Miss'
Harry Foust, of the U. S. Navv.
has received the appointment of in
spector of steel at the South Bethle
hem, Pa., steel works, for a period of
inree years, tie left to assume the
duties of his new position Monday.
Messrs Claude Miller and Al Conk-
lin, of Defiance, were in the citv last
Saturday putting up posters an
nouncing the bicycle races that will
take Place in that eitv on, the last,
day of their centennial celebration,
E. C. Couch, who has besn con
nected with the Defiance Machine
works for the past four years has
severed his connection with that in
stitution to except a renumerative
Sosition with the Toledo Tool and
ie works. Defiance Express. ,
Miss Celia Shoner. of Napoleon, is
visiting her sister. Mrs. Peter Zeitrler.
jr., on Perry street, who has recently
moved from Indiana. Mr. Zeigler
will embark in thereal estate business
and hereafter will give his friends
pointers on land values. Defiance
Crescent. - "
Prices of embroidery and white
goods are cut about half in two at
Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro's. 2t
Ohio's youngest asylum, the Epi
leptic hospital at Gallipolis, is proud
ly emulating the example set by those
old institutions at Columbus and
Dayton. An inmate was knocked
down and kicked to death Sunday
evening oy another inmate, in the
presence Of and under the direction
of the humane attendants. Republi
cans are wholly incompetent to con
duct these institutions.
Chamberlain's is the best of all.
Vincent J. Barkle, of Danbury, Iowa,
has used Chamberlain's Cough. Rem
edy whenever in need ot a medicine
for coughs and colds,- for the past five
years and says: "It always helps me
out. If anyone asks me what kind of
cough medicine I use, I reply. Cham
berlain's that is the best of all. 25
and 50c' bottles for sale by D. J.
Humphrey. lm .
Is a safe nnd prompt remedy
for tne cure of diarrhoea,
dynentery. colic cholera
morbus and all forms of
Hammer Complaint and
I.ooneneps of the Bowels. IT
IS PLEASANT TO TAKB AND
ESPECIALLY VS&VVh FOB
- For eale I. LeisfT
THE GREATEST REDUCTION .1
IN CLOTHING I
At the Casli
We will make a reduction of 20 per cent; from now
on until August 15th, 1894, on all our stock of
for men, boys and children.
a specialty of
MITCHELL & BROWN'S
For pickling. WarrMited.
5ew Crop of 50 Cent
FOR SALE AT
Mrs. R. B, SuastelVs.
The Barnum & B(iley greatest slrow
on earth will exhibit at Toledo, Aug
4th, and for this notable occasion the '
various railroads have come to tb
front with such a low excursion rate
that it is cheaper to go than to stay
at home. Tills great show amS
Rational educator, always the blggeslf
and best, has this year eclipsed alP
its previous records for the multitude
ot its attractions.
The circus department comprise
evry difficult equestriai art, aerial,,
arenro display, athletic and acrobatic '
triaL hippodrome race, animal trick,
and mad-cap caper of clown and ao
tor; with tumbling and leaping; Jn
fact everything of a remarkablekind
in th-way of meritorious feature or
The- horses alone are valued a $160.-
000j Then there are strange animal
freaks; giant and pigmy creatures,
odd; and curious beasts and birds, and
two giant gorillas a male and female,
and the only two in captivity in the
world; Chiko and Johanna, as they
are named, are the greatest living
wonders. The circus department
contains only champions in their
various, lines and speciatries
and' duplicates of their acts
or performances are almost im
possible. The equestrians, both male
and:femaile, are absolute champions;
the lady performers are all champ
ions; the aerialists, athletes, aorobats,
sprinters are all champions. At no
time, past or present, was there ever
organized a better or more wonderful
Will Leave Heidelberg.
Prof. Charles Hornung, one of the
ablest and best known instructors of
the State and for many years con
nected with Heidelberg university,
has- requested from the executive
committee of the Board of Regents a ;
leave of absence for one year and It
is said that in all probability the Pro
fessor will not again enter the class
room as a teacher. The many friends
of Professor Hornung regret to see
him leave the institution and Hope
that after a year's rest, travel and:
recreation he will return and resume
the position he has filled for so many
years, in neaitn is tne cause of Pro
fessor Hornung's retirement. Tijfin
Last Sunday afternoon, at South
Bend, Ind., during the funeral ser
vices of the late John Birdsell, presi
dent of the Birdsell Clover Huller
Company, a pigeon flew into an open
window of the church and circled
over the heads of the mourners. Those
inclined to be superstitious viewed it
as a sign. After the funeral it was
learned that the son of ex-Postmaster-Crockett,
who is distantly related, to.
the Birdsell family, had died about
the same time the pigeon made its
appearance. YOU should know that Foley's Honey and
Tar is absolutely the best remedy for all dis
eases of the throat, ohest or lungs. Dealers -are
aothor.zed to guarantee it to give satis
faction in all cases. For sale by laa Leist.
B. & O. Excursion.
OSE BI TO ST. TAI L, S1IKN., IND RETURN, Via,
On July 81th and 91st, the Biltlmore A Ohio
Railroad will lull excursion tlrkela to St. Paul,,
ftllnu., at a rate of one fare for the round trip, on
account of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union
of America. Ticketa will be Rood for return pa
sage to and iucludiug Ang. lib, 1691 For further
iDformstloo cill on or ftdrem luyB. A O. vltket
agent or L. S. Allen, Aia't Oen'l Paet'r Airett;
Chicago, 111. ,
. HOUESEEKBRB- EXCCBSlONe. r
On august 7th and 14ih the B. 0. R. R. wilt
aell 30-day excursion ticket to point In Vlmlnla
ooths Harpcra Ferry & Valley Branch, nuiHh of
and iucludiug Winchester, at rate of one fare for
the round trip Excursion tickets will also be sold
on August 14th to points In Michigan at the Mme
rate, good for return 20 days from da e of eale. For
futther luforiratlon call on oraddresf any B. A O
ticket agent M. V. Richards, land and immigration
agunt, Baltimore, Md,, or L.S.Allen, Asa't Oen'l
Pasti'r Agent, Chicago, 111.
tOW BATE HOUBBIOS TO THa SOOTH.
On August 7lh the B. 40. B. B. will sell excnr
slou tickets to points In Alabama, l'kirld: Oeor
Kla, Kentucky, LoitlsivDa, Mississippi. North Caro
lina, Month Carolina, Tennessee sud Virginia at
rate of one fare for the round trip. Tlckoti will
be limited for return paesago twenty days from
dbteofsale. For further Information oali on or,
address any B. & O. ticket agent or II. V. ltich
ards, land immigration agent, Baltimore,. Md., or
L. S. Allen, Ass't Oen'l Faoa'r Agent, Oblcago, 111.
C. C. KUIIN,
la prepared to do all kinds of sanitary plnmblng on
short noUce. All work fully guaranteed, at
Lowest PossiMs Prices.
o . c. kuhs ;
03 Clinton Street, - DEFIANCE, O.
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1 5 th, '94
Clothing House of