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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON. O.. DECEMBER 20
There are bliil a lar;r number of
the subscribers for the Henry County
JXcirt who have not called in and
paid up the amount of their subscrip
tion due when the book were turned
over to the JJorthwkst. We hope
these parties will make it convenient
to rail and fix up their accounts,
so that the old subscription books of
the A'ewi can be settled up. tf
Rev. Donahey was in Toledo Tues
day. Mrs. L. L. Orwlg spent Tuesday in
Everything at cost, nt Kolbe
Matilda Fletcher at the opera house
Friday we will
day of this year.
have the shortest
John Fox. of Marion township, was
in the city Friday.
Men's velvet holiday slippers G9c,
at Polker & Westhoven's.
Our line of fine slippers is com
plete, tf M. KKIriKlt JR.
Mrs. Webb Frease entertained a
company of ladies Tuesday evening.
Go to Spengler Uros. & Co. for
your Holiday candies, nuts and
Handsome band rings, solid gold. A
big assortment at Oeo. H. Uohrs Si
The pumps and apparatus for the
waterworks are being placed this
Santa Claus distributing Depot is
at Humphrey's "Old lleliablo" Drug
Kay Heller comes home Saturday
from Columbus to spend the Holi
days. You can get any piece of music pub
lished for i less than list price of C.
W. Jackson. ' 2t
Go to Norden & Bruns and see
their prices on sewing machines, you
will save money. tf
That old Jacksonian Democrat,
Cy. Dish, of Bartlow township, was
in the city Monday.
Israel Moore, one of the good farm
ers of Washington, was a caller at
our office Thursday.
New lot of silk umbrellas, just the
best thing for Christmas presents at
Geo. 11. Itohrs Si Bro. at
Ladies did vou see M. Reiser's new
line of Oxford ties, they are the best
line we have ever hau. tr
The Napoleon Brewing Co. have
purchased 6,000 bushels or barley
from farmers this Fall.
B. B. Bitzer offers his customers
none but the best and most stylish
furniture at lowest prices. St
There will be a joint session of the
city council and waterworKS trustees
this Wednesday evening.
Buy a carpet during the wit prices,
never have been so cheap before.
Mrs. O. E. Haven and dauchter,
Grace, of Ann Arbor, Mich., are
visiting at the home of la-B. Heller.
One of Jim Shay's HtWe daughters
had the misfortune to fal 1 from a chair
Saturday evening, breaking her collar
Mrs. Cary and Mrs. Wilson were
called to Toledo Tuesday on account
ot the serious illness or tneir sister,
Buy your Holiday toys, candies
and nuts at spengler Jiros. as uo s,;
thev hare a choice selection and are
selling cheap. 2t
Ladies flue kid slippers, one strap
beaded vamos; lust the best Christ
mas present. See them at Geo. H.
Itohrs & Bro. 2t
The Knights Templar of Ohio will
celebrate Christmas at a fixed hour
of the day, this year, in a manner as
novel as it is impressive.
The country suffers no great loss
when a prize tighter is Killed, but
then, it is murder all the same, and
tne crime snouia ne punisneu.
Ladies heavy ribbed cotton fleece
lined hose 15c, dry goods stores get
25o. for same quality. lJolKer &
Westhoven for boots and shoes.
I am atrent for Carl Fischer's, New
York, celebrated violins. Just the
thing for a holiday present.
8t C. W. Jackson.
A little daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Bliss, of Harrison
township, last week. George says he
is just in another dish washer, and
feels Immensely happy over it.
Gents wait for our A. E. 'Nettleton
line of $5.00 goods coming in next
month, January; prettiest line ever
shown to Napoleon trade.
tf M. Reiser Jr.
Our old friend, Jas. Donald, and
his son-in-law, N. M. Ward, of Bart
low township, were in the city Mon
day, paying rent to treasurer Roess
ing and helping the printer out.
Distilled from the richest Malted
Barley, Chase's Barley Malt Whisky
is full of nutriment, mild and excel
lent and absolutely pure. Eggers &
Son, sole agents for Napoleon. lm
With the issue of last week the
Ohio Patr iot commenced its 28th year.
The paper is under the supervision of
Mrs. M. V. Proctor, and is not only a
credit to her, but the Democratic
party as well.
Friends of Miss Minnie Beilharz
will be pained to learn of her death,
from consumption, which took place
In Chicago about two weeks since.
The remains were shipped here last
Friday and interred in the Forest
The report which is going the
rounds that Prof. Austin, formerly
superintendent of our schools,, had
beaten a scholar almost to death in
Oklohoma, is without foundation.
The Prof. Austin implicated and Prof.
L. L. H. Austin are two different per
sons. Prof. L. L. H. Austin is now
visiting in the city.
Ashtabula is effected with a diph
theria scare. Schools are closed and
public gatherings prohibited. Some
fifty or sixty cases are reported. It
is supposed to have been scattered
through the town by a milk man who
peddled milk while effected with the
All goods below cost, nt Kolbcs.
The boys had lota of fun Monday
J. D. Helm, of Liberty, was in the
N. Bierv, of Fulton county, spent
Friday in the city.
Ladies warm slippers 50c, at Polk
er & Westhoven' s.
Mrs. R. B. Shasteen was in Toledo
on business Tuesday.
Sutherland's candies beat them all
for the Holiday trade. 2t
Mr. U. Morris, of Marion township,
was in the city Tuesday.
Painless extracting by W. J. Pierre
pont, dentist. Bitzer block. tf
Now is the. time to buy a lint at
cost aud below, at Kolbe's. 2t
Take in the lecture at the opera
house this Wednesday evening.
Ladies Oxfords in endless styles and
varieties. Just in at M. Reiser Jr. tf
Dr. M. J. Marvin was in Findlay
on business the forepart of the week.
fit V. Whit-tuf ra rt T.ihertv tnwn-
ship, was in the' city on business
A. H. Peerv and son, of Damascus
township, were callers at our sanctum
Miss Elsie Bradley, of Columbus,
will spend Christmas with her parents
in this city.
.Great reduction in all kinds
of millinery at Mrs, Frease's. 11
The F.vanorelieal Sabbath School
will give an entertainment Christmas
eve. Everybody invited.
English flannelette nighf robes for
Children, Misses and Ladies. See
them, at Shoemaker Bros.
L. E. and Jas. McClure, of Damas
cus township, squared themselves
with the printer on Tuesday.
There has been quite an advance
in crude oil. This means thousands
of dollars for Northwestern Ohio.
Nice line of dress goods 'way down
in price. Just the best thing for
Christmas present, at Geo. H. Rohrs
& Bro. St
Lafayette Meeker, of Hardin coun
ty, has been in the county for the
past week, attending to his interests
Where are you goiiTg, my pretty
lad? I'm going to Meyer's for a suit
while he is offering theiu so cheap,
he said. tf
The Napoleon schools will close next
Friday afternoon for a 11 day vaca
tion. They will open on Wednesday,
Mesdames S. M. Heller, A. E. Aug
enstein and AV. J. Pierrepont were
guests of Mrs. Julian Tyler, of Tole
do, last week.
Mr. Fred. Gebers, one of our pro
gressive German farmers, was a
pleasant caller at the Northwest
office on Saturday.
Geo. W. Heft, Liberty Center, one
of our old subscribers, vvaH a caller at
'our office Monday. He was accom
panied by Mr. Price.
If you have not already received
one of Ohas. Boyer's calendars, call
at his furniture store on the South
Side and get one free of charge.
Did you get our letter about cheap
bleached muslin? And did you get
any of the muslin? Plenty still left.
And now turkeys, geese and d ucks
are wondering why they are allowed
such extra larere rations each day.
About next Tuesday they will find
By a decree of the common pleas
court the name of the town of New
Lisbon has been changed to Lisbon,
the superfluous and inappropriate
"New ' being stricken on.
We are triad to see our old Demo
cratio friend, John H. Hashberger,
of Marion township, up and around
again, after a severe illness of over
two months. He was in the city on
The Defiance Expresn commenced
its 88th year last week. The Express
is a bad Republican paper, but Jiro.
Thompson is a good newspaper man:
and should be a Democrat; but we
are sorry to say that he isn t.
You can buy a stylish
trimmed hat at Mrs. Frease's
at about your own price from
now on. tt
Jacob Rearick, of Liberty town
ship, dropped in upon us Monday,
and before departure had his sub
scription paid to March, 185)0. uncle
Jacob will certainly have a seat in
Heaven pretty well up to tne rront.
A queer case was taken up in the
United States court at xoieoo. Jin
Albauch sues the B. & O. for $5,000
damages for an injury to his eye re
sulting from a cinder getting into it
wnne gelling unto meir train k jrer
kins. The postoffice authorities are after
the people who advertise extensively
throughout the country "for young
ladies to do writing at home." The
scheme is pronounced afraud by the
postal authorities. It's only a plan
to sell a complexion lotion.
The Postoffice Department is send
ing out large quantities of stamps for
the holiday rush. Attention is called
to the fact the postage must be fully
prepaid on Christmas packages or
they win go to tne Dead settle omce.
People are careless with them, the
It is only possible for February to
have live Sundays three times in
each century, unless, through some
chronological freak the century comes
in with a leap year, with the first
day of February on Sunday. The
five Sunday Februarys of this cen
tury have been those or isa4, ioa and
1880. The next time this oddity will
occur will be in the year 1320.
We will offer for 30 days the follow
ing low prices on sewing machines:
A Champion, 8 drawer machine at
A Singer, improved 5 drawer ma
chine at $18.00.
A Champion, fine furnished 5 draw
er machine at fiu.ou.
A Diamond, improved 5 drawer
machine at $24.00.
They are the best machines made
and are warranted from o to 10 years.
tr .' . . JNOKDKN (S, JiRUNS.
Baby rings at Fisk's. 4t
All goods ui c;.ii, Ilalbe ''.
Mrs. R. B. Heller spent Saturday
Beautiful Holiday novelties at
Holiday (dinner sale at Geo. H.
Rohrs Si Bro. 2t
Frank Daggett, of Toledo, was in
the city Saturday.
Buy your home-made candies for
Xmas at Sutherland's. 2t
In styles and prices of furniture
Bitzer leads, others follow. 2t
A fine line of Christmas goods very
cheap at Fisk's jewelry store. 4t
Our store is closed, as usual, on
Christmas. Shoemaker Bros.
Ladies and childrens rubber boots
cheapest at Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro. 2t
Lawyer H. H. Ham and Frank
Ham, of Wauseon, were in the city
Frank Roddy, of Ridgeville town
ship, was in the city on business last
English flannelette night shirts for
men, very fine. See them, at Shoe
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Selly and sons,
of Defiance, have been in the city
during the past week.
Treasurer Roessing gives notice of
an extension of time to pay taxes.
See notice in another column.
J. H. Miller, of Ridgeville town
ship, made the Northwest sanctum
a pleasant call last Saturday.
Ladies we have a very nice line of
white goods in operas and sandles.
tf M. keiser j r.
Ex-Auditor Place, of Putnam Co.,
has been found guilty of embezzle
ment and sentenced to the Peniten
tiary for one year.
Ohio nays nearly $800,000 to main
tain county infirmaries where there
is a total population or over 15,000.
Increase in 1894 is 1700.
See the big assortment of solid gold
rings. Are warranted- to oe just as
we represented them or money refund
ed. . Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro. 2t
Eli Borning, living near Holgate,
was buried on Wednesday of last
week. Mr. B. had been sick for a
long time, with stomach trouble.
Keep the girls off the streets at
night. Almost invariably girls who
have been allowed to roam free at
night have come to moral shipwreck.
Kora F. Briggs is to be the post
master of Tiffin, taking the place of
the late Gen. Gibson. Mr. Briggs is
the news editor of the Advertiser and
will make a popular p. m.
Under the law, all veterinary sur
geons who are not college graduates
must pass an examination or stop
practicing. A penalty of from $25 to
$100 is fixed for violation of the law.
The eleventh annual meeting of the
State Association of School Examin
ers will be held Dec. 26th and 27th,
1894, at Columbus. There will be
lifty-seven subjects submitted for dis
cussion. Tiffin Advertiser: Moses H. Brund
age of this city, lias received a copy
of a paper containing a cut of his
brother, Hon. George Brundage, of
Sheridan, Wyoming, who took the
world's first prize at the Columbian
exposition at Chicago last year on
potato raising, his product being 972
bushels to the acre.
"It is getting the time of the year
ror revivals m religion, ' said tne
"Strange," he continued reflectively
"how some of these class leaders and
exhorters get worked up. I remeiu
ber one in particular, who at one
time became so excited that he stop
ped, waved his hand 'and yelled
'Hurrah for God!"
Remember the Northwest when
you have a news item. If your wife
whips you let us know it, and we will
try and make you appear right be
fore the public If you have friends
visiting you, let us know it. if you
are not ashamed of them. If you
have a case of "two souls with but a
single thought, and two hearts that
beat as one," just bring around
some cake, cold ham and sich 'not
for publication but as a guarantee of
good faith. We want the news. See.
"We extend to everybody a
cordial invitation to call and
see our display of fruits of
all kinds, fresh and new at
Solid gold rings with genuine pearl,
garnet, turquoise, opal and diamond
settings, at a saving of from 25 to 50
per cent, lower than any where else.
2t Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro.
ON TESTS OP
Analysis by the Chief Chemist of the U. S. Agricultural
Dep't proves Dr. Price's to be superior ia leavening strength
and purity to all other powders. ,
(From Official Records). ;
Dr. Price's Cream Baiting Powder
The award of highest honors to
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
at the World's Columbian Fair was the result of investigation
by the Government authorities and leading experts in food
products. It stamps Dr. Price's as the best and strongest
akinjj powder ever offered to the public. ,
'1 WILL. OiflJSH
A FINE IIIOIIGUADK
From sow anUl January lit for
am agent for the following
makes: Baldwin, Ellington,
H aines Bros. , Decker. J.iC.
Fischer and C. H. Stone.
G. W. JACKSON.
Meals and lunch can be secured at
all hours of the day and night at the
the boarding house of Fred. Yackee,
Perry street, near the canal. Charges
Get ready to turn over a that new
A green Christmas makes a fat
Sutherland's for fine candies for a
Xmas gift. 2t
But few rabbits have appeared in
market so far.
The most popular man at present
Did you see those lovely set rings
at Fisk's jewelry store? 4t
John H. Frease contracted busi
ness in Toledo Tuesday.
Frank Blair left Tuesday evening
for a trip through California. '
H. F. Fricke has left Indiana and
is now located at Cecil, this state.
This month of December has five
Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays.
Wm. Spengler was in Ft. Wavne
the forepart of the week on business.
Tax-paving and buying holiday
gifts is the order of the day just now.
Henry Zachrich, of Pleasant town
ship, made the Northwest office a
call Wednesday morning.
Mr. O. E. Huddle has purchased
the Nyswander interest in the O. E.
Huddle Si Co. grocery store.
The Street Commissioner has been
hauling the brush off the streets this
week. Thafs right, brush up.
Found, a bicycle oil can. The own
er can have the same by calling at
this office and proving property.
Ex-County Treasurer John C. Mc
Lain, of Damascus township, spent
several days in the city this week.
Any one contemplating having
electrical work done should first see
E. C. Hague, with J. H. Frease, jew
eler. ii: .
Hart, the Paulding county murder
er, will be tried in Defiance county.
His career on earth is short,, very
Sunday Scool Teacher "Why was
the earth made before man was?"
Willie Bright "So he'd have room
Spengler Bros. & Co. are head
quarters for Holiday toys and can
dies. They have the" largest stock in
the citv. 2t
E. C. Hague is agent for Bissell &
Dodge, electrical contractors, Toledo,
O. Consult him if in need of electri
Keep your blood pure and healthy
and you will not have rheumatism.
Hood's Sarsaparilla gives the blood
vitality and richness.
Trouble is brewing between the
city and the waterworks contractor.
Let it be hoped that all difficulties
may be amicably settled.
Men's russet goat, hand sewed
slippers, extra quality, worth $2.25.
Our price is $1.50.
2t Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro.
Go to Spengler Bros. & Co's. to buy
your Holiday candies, nuts and toys.
They have a large and select stock
and are almost giving them away. 2t
Misses Mary and Diadamia Bigger,
of Oberlin, Ethel Brown, of Delphos,
and Grace Watson, of Findlay, will
spend the Holidays at the home of
R. B. Heller.
The trial of the case of Konzen vs.
Kolbe before 'Sq uire Printis last week,
for damages for malpractice in the
treatment of a horse, resulted in a
verdict for the defendant.
So far, but one bank has said it was
satisfied with Secretary Carlisle's cur
rency bill. That is a western bank,
and no doubt Mr. Carlisle is on the
right track for the people.
Cub. in. per ox.
A good as new bicycle for sale cheap.
Enquire at John 11. Frease's jewelry
Don't delay getting vour pictures
at Humphrey's and having them
framed before Xmas. 2t
The Christmas entertainment to be
given at the Lutheran church, Ma
linta, on Christmas night, Dec. 25th,
will be of unusual interest. Mr. L.
M. Hall is drilling a chorus of seventy
voices, while the ladies are taking an
active part in preparing the exercises
for the occasion.
We keep the best carpet sweepers
in the world. 50o reduction in price
during the Holidays.
Letters remain! no nnoa It a1 fnv in
the Napoleon post office for the week
ending uea. zu, 181)4:
May C.Snyder, Sadie Long. Geo.
Pane. John A. Kmwr TV.,.. wi..v.
Nicholas S. Hayes, Chas. King, Joe!
nunc, y m. mug ana &ick Jueyer.
Persons calling for the above letters
will please say they were advertised
and give date.
Chas. Eykrs, Postmaster.
TTandftOUlA ftssnrtmanf rf rsA
" --.v. -.v w . guiu aim
silver brooches and bar pins, sterling
silver )iu irays, nair pin Doxes, collar
ters, etc. Suitable for Holiday pres-
cuiB m ueu. n. nonrs E tiro. at
In their card of thanks, published
in the local newsnaners of lust, wnnlr
the Ladies Society of the Presbyterian
church inadvertently neglected to re-
ier vo uie uuugation unaer wnicn
thev were to MeRMra Knllai- liman.
stein, who kindly gave thein the use
oi ineir eiegant new store room, In
which to hold their Bazar, without
charge, and they now desire to pub
licly express their gratitude to those
Button bags, collar and cuff bags,
and laundry bags, at Shoemaker
The Atmosphere Man.
The "atmosphere man" at Findlay,
who Dronoses to increase the siinnlv
of gas by forcing air into the aband
oned noles, claiming that it would at
once be converted into the ignitable
fluid is meeting with great encourage
ment. A company has been organ
ized to put his idea into operation
and enormous machinery is being
constructed to carry out the theory
and test its practicability. The sup
ply of gas in Findlay, Postoria, North
Baltimore and other places is so
meagerthat the people have returned
to the use of coal and wood for heat
"Vril nan nat n ititnol li a varra wl
less of cost from now on at Mrs.
Royal Arcanum Officers.
At a meeting of the Royal Arcanum,
held at their lodge rooms in North
west building, on Friday evening
last, the following officers were elect
ed: J. L. Halter, Regent; L. L. Orwig,
Vice Regent; Chas. Evers, Past Re
gent; I. Leist, Secretary; Isa Leist,
Treasurer; D. H. Hancock, Collector;
R. B. Heller, Orator; F. J. Beck,
Chaplain; H. F. Norden, Guide; E. J.
AVard, Warden; Chas. Musser, Sentry;
R. AVeisbach, B. Bitzer, Chas. Evers,
The lodge meets every Sd and 4th
Friday evenings of each month.
We have a beautiful stock of rugs
for Holiday purposes at greatly re
duced prices. Shoemaker Bros.
The undersigned will offer for sale
at his farm, three miles west of Na
poleon, on Wednesday, Dec. 26, 1894,
at 1 o'clock p, in., the following de
scribed property, to-wit: One span
of draft horses, 1 Polar Creamery, 2
heating stoves, hay in the mow, corn
foddert 1 organ, 1 sewing machine,
1 iron kettle, a lot of lumber, agricul
tural implements, 4 stands of bees,
also bee hives, 1 corn sheller and
U. O. Boner, Auctioneer.
If you want to buy a sewing ma
chine go to Norden & Bruns. They
have the right prices. . tf
This roaring Irish comedy will oc
cupy fhe opera house on to-morrow
evening, and of course will fill the
houa?. The piece is by the author
of Minegan's Ball and bids fair to
outrival that popular comedy,' which
has so pleased our amusement loving
people, for it is of the breeziest, light
est and gayest farcical delicacies that
ever tickled the palate of an epi
curean theatre-goer. It is the em
bodiment of rollicking fun and' revel
ry of tha most approved Kind, and
there is such a continuous flow of it
that it keeps you agog all the time.
The company is clever, the music
new and the dances prettily arranged.
The girls are as pretty and the boys
as homely as the most particular
could desire. Remember, at the
opera house Friday night.
Handkerchiefs and mufflers all
kinds and every kind. Cheapest at
Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro. 2t
Santa Claus Headquarters.
Don't you forget when you are look
ing for holiday goods, that Saur &
Balsley's Drug and Book Store is
headquarters for Santa Claus. It is
here where you will find a grand dis
play of holiday goods at lower prices
than ever before. It is here where
you can find all kinds of books with
which you can replenish your library
at less than half their usual price. It
is here where you will find the finest
line of photograph and autograph
albums. It is here where you will
find those elegant toilet cases, work
boxes etc., which have been attrac
ing so much attention. Remember
that there are only a few more days
left in which to buy your holiday
goods and that this stock is very
nice, fine and complete, and must
and will be sold if quality and prices
have anything . to do with it. A
specialty is made of gold pens and
pencils at this house; every pen is
warranted to- be gold and diamond
pointed and to suit the hand of the
purchaser or owner and if not can
be exchanged for one that does any
time within ten days of the time of
Extra heavv table padding just re
ceived. Shoemaker Bros.
See the big assortment of Johnson
shoes in ladies, misses and childrens,
nicest and best shoes made. They
are just elegant for Christmas pres
ents, at Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro. 2t
Elegant and novel holiday presents
at Geo. H. Rohrs t Bro. 2t
The institute for 1894 and 1895, will
be held at Ridgeville Corners and
Napoleon, on Jan. 9th and 10th and
18th and 19th, respectively.
Posters and programes will be out
in a few days. Farmers cannot afford
to miss this school. A good attend
ance ia solicited. Secretary.
. New line of kid gloves and silk mit
tens, just the thinsr for Christmas
presents at Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro. 2t
Holiday Kates H494-1895.
Dee. 24th, 25th and 81st, 1894, and
Jan. 1st. 1H!t.V tha Whh R R
sell round trip tickets to any point on
meir une wnnin a aiBtance or 200
miles, at one and one-third. Tickets
limited to return Jan. 2nd, '95. td
We make you clothes that fit. Try
us. tf Hesry Meyer.
Butt'et Purlor Cars.
Since the Wabash has inaugurated
the Buffet Partor Car service, the
traveling public are more than
pleased with it. The cars are of the
latest modern design and. are ele
gantly furnished, and the rates
charged are exceedingly low, thus
giving everybody a chance to ride in
them. The Wabash is bound to be
second to no other road in the coun
try. Gilbert clocks at Fisk's. Call and
see them. 4t
City Pay ltoll.
At the meeting of the city council
Monday night the following bills
Herkimer & Co., cleaning chim
neys $ 2 00
W. Cramer, labor 24 50
Wabash Ry., freight on coal.... 81 90
Wabash Ry., freight on coal.... 1 28
C. N. Schwab, engineer 3 00
Wabash Ry., freight 25
Wabash Ry., freighs 7 97
W. O. Hudson, labor 12 00
W. E. Sworden, labor 24 50
W. Blair, board bill 22 80
Leonard & Ellis, oil etc 77 93
Leonard & Ellis, oil filter 20 00
Buffalo Scale Co., scales. 45 10
Wm. Kellogg, labor etc 12-45
L. Babcock, labor 3 75
Buy Sutherland's candies for the
babies, ladies and sweethearts. 2t
All of the business houses of Napo
leon are now wearing their holiday
attire, and on every hand one can see
reminders of the holiday season, the
show windows and counters of deal
ers presenting an exceedingly attrac
tive appearance. Such unique and
artistic collections in all lines of
goods, desirable for holiday presents,
were never shown in Napoleon. Use
ful, sensible and ornamental goods
are to be found on every hand, and
the stocks are large, the varieties
grand and complete. A noticeable
and very desirable feature to the pur
chaser is the very low prices govern
ing every establishment. Napoleon
dealers know where and how to buy
to enable them to supply their custo
mers at very low prices, and holiday
purchasers will do well to come to
Napoleon this year for their goods.
Consult the columns of Northwest
and find who it is that's wanting your
trade. Remember always that the
ones who sell the cheapest are t he ones
who advertise. Read the Northwest,
make out your list of things desired
and come to Napoleon for your holi
A nice fur muff would make an ele
gant Christmas present. See them at
Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro. 2t
The Weather According to Fos
My last bulletin gave forecasts of
the storm wave to cross the conti
nent from 16th to 20th and the next,
which was due in Japan, about De
cember 8th, will reach the Pacific coast
near the Columbia river's mouth
about the 20th, cross the western
mountains by close of 21st, the Mis
souri valley and upper lake 23rd,
Ohio valley, east gulf and lower lakes
24th, eastern states 25th and New
The path of the storm center will
lie along the northern border of the
United States, causing unusally warm
weather all over the country proceed
ing and during the passage of the dis
turbance, only moderately cool
Rainfall from this disturbance will
be limited to smalt areas and exces
sive evaporation will cause drouth in
in many parts of the country. Better
rains may be expected from the next
Warm wave will cross the western
mountain country about 20th, the
great central valleys about 22nd, and
the eastern states about 24th. Cool
wave will cross the western mountain
country about 23rd, the great cen
tral valleys about 25th and the east
ern states about 27th.
My forecast of a dry November has
been wonderfully well verified, not
more than half the usual amount of
rain having fallen during .the past
New line of bureau sets and side-
Doara covers just received, at snoe
Resolutions of Respect.
Damascus Grange, No. 216,)
McClure, Ohio. )
Whereas, It has pleased our All-
wise Creator to remove on the 20th
day of November. 1894, from the
grange on eartn to tne great u-range
above, Isa E. Ward, a worthy broth
er in our order, and,
Whereas, In his death the grange
has lost an honored member, his
family a loving busband and kind
father and the community a good
citizen. Therefore, be it
Rosolved, That our charter be
draped in mourning for thirty days
and that a copy o f these resolutions
be sent to the Amerioan Grange Bul
letin and the Henry county papers,
and to the family and that a page in
the records of . this grange be set
apart with these resolutions inscrib
Mrs. E. S. Kryder,
Mrs. A. Swigart,
Geo. Kryder, Sr,
.; , Committee.
Grandest holiday display of
Banquet lamps, China ware,
tops, dolte and Christmas pres
ents ever seen in Napoleon at
Some nice wheat straw at 2 dollars
per load delivered, or 75 cents per
1 1 j. 1 . 1 a . . 1
lutiu aji my piuce. 1 nurse, a muics
and 1 set of double harness, will sell
cheap. 4t Wm. Samsk.
Mrs. A. E. Mann has removed her drets
making rooms to Mrs. Harriet Uary's for
merreeidenoeonsohoolhonse street, tf
A good second hand coal stove. En
quire of Martin Knupp. t
The Long and Short of It.
Tb teacher e&Tled the (rimour elta
out in,bu D.-ounlwrdir.
AmluM: -Jljr children, nuw joo know
lb buna I he j ei (oil Uy.
8o, tell me wtiii tbe pipie do
Now, llilDi rl.nl sard aud try."
And then a aorrel beaded boy
Yelled out: 1'npy alt and lie!"
The roads are again in pretty good
Our 5o kerchiefs are 'way out of
sight. Shoemaker Bros.
The KnuTuwiraT i.a ua .1
near one hundred columns of good
reading matter this week. Subscrip
tion only $1 per year.
One of the invftterfan Hfnr
j u . u niHIUII
can manage to sit bolt upright and
not change her position, looking
neither to the rfu-lit nn r. w
during a sermon in the church, passes
understanding. A man can sit on a
rail fence all the afternoon and watch
a base ball match, bat put him in a
church for thrnn-nnnrtara nt an hnn.
and he will wobble all over the seat.
sit cross-ieggea and finally drop off to
sleep. Watch and see.
coal! coal! Coal!
I will sell hard eoal at ftft 25
Dec. delivery. tf Wm. Samsk.
Initial kerchiefs In m'lb n n rl Hnan n
the lowest prices ever made.
Candies and nuts, fruits, &c.
at wholesale prices, at Brad
We have just received a lot of fine
all-wool blankets in bed or white.
Just the very best thing for a Christ
mas present at ueo. xl. Uohrs & Bro.
Sutherland hna tha finest limnu.
made candiea fop tha TTnlulnv ri-nHa
that ever was seen in Napoleon. 2t
Vn r trnn i" nnMflniiia.nil wall nnA ......
should oall on F.H. Voift, ofllolgate. All
Did you get some of those dress
goods remnants that Geo. H. Rohrs
Si Bro. are selling for less than half
OTICE is hereby given that
the time for the collection of
taxes is extended to January 20,
OTICK is bereby Elven, that David T. Burr, aa
Admluletrator of Dauiel Gelae, bas filed a final
account of bia Administration, wbich ill be for
beariugaadeetllemeut Jaouarv 5th, 1805.
v. i;utf , rrooateonage.
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of John Brubaker, deceased.
THE undersigned haa been appointed and quali
fied as Administrator of the estate of Jobn
brubaker, 1st of Memy county, Oblo, deceased.
Dated tbis 181 h day of Derember A. n., 1894.
DANIEL K. BRUBAKER.
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Judson Emery, deceased.
THE unde-algned has been appointed and quali
fied aa Administrator of the estate of Judson
Emery, late of Henry county, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this lSih day of December, A. D., 1894.
SOLOdON P. MDKltAV.
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Zenis Sworden, deceased.
THE undersiznrd haa been appointed and quali
fied aa Admluistrator of the estate of Zenis
Sworden, late of lleurv county, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 18th day oi" December, A. D 1891.
SOLOMON P. MUHK8.Y.
NOTICE Is hereby Riven that the firm of 0. E.
Huddle h Oo. bas been dissolved by mutual
consent, Mr. O.E. Huddle purchasing the Nys
wander interest, and who Is authorized to colleot
all outstanding acoonnta and pay all debts of the
old firm. O. E. UDDDLi .
Napoleon.O., Dto.lltb, 1S94. 3t
In the Matter of Frank B. Van
Ness, as Assignee for the Bene
fit of the Creditors of Val-r
IN pursnance of the order of the Probate Court
of Henry county, Ohio, the nndersig ed, As
signee for the benefit of the creditors of Valentine
Kimmich, will, on Dec. Kurt, 1891, at his office in
Holgate, Ohio, pay upon the valid claims which
have been presented and allowed against said es
tate under tbe order of said Court, a dividend of
FRANK B. VAN NESS,
Assignee of Valentine Kimmich.
December 16th, 18114.
In the Matter of W. A. Ha una,
Trustee for the Benefit of the
Creditors of Joseph Fish
and Joseph Fish, Jr.
IN pnrsnanoe of the order of the Probate Court
of Henry oounty, Ohio, the undersigned. Trustee
for the benefit of the above named en minors, will,
on Saturday, Deo. SBSnd, 1894, at the iuce of W.
W. Campbell, in Napoleon, Ohio, pay upon the
valid clalme against said Joseph Fish, nuder the
order of said Court, a dividend of eighty per cent.
W. A. HANNA, Trustee.
December 15th, 1894.
Texas, Mexico and California.
The Wabash railroad in connection with the St.
Louis, Iron Mountain A Southern Railway, Texas
A Pioific Railway, International & Great Northern
Railroad, and Southern Pacific Railway, known aa
the Only True 3 uthern Route, has placed In
service a through first-class Sleeping Car and
tourist Sleeping Oar, leaving Chicago daily at 10 :50
a.m., vis St Louis to Little Bock, Malvern (Hot
Springs,) Austin, San Antonio, Laredo (where a
direct connection la made with through sleeping
car for the City of Mexico,) El Paso, Los Aniielea
and San Franolaco. This ia tbe only line from
Chicago which can offer this excellent service,
Call or write to any ticket agent of the Wabash or
connecting lines for printed matter showing time,
route, rates, description of cars, etc, or
C. tf. CRANK, Qr.P.&T. A St. Louis, Mo.
F. A. PALMER, Asst. O. P. A
201 S.Olark St., Chicago, 111. deo203m
Christmas and New Year Holiday Ex
curst on Rates. ViatheB.&O.
On Dec. 21th. 23th and Slat, 1891, and January
1st, 1895, the Baltimore A Ohio Railroad will sell
excursion tiokets to and lrom alt stations weat of
Pittsburg, at veiy low nates. TioketawlU be good
for return unUl January 2nd, 1895.
For further Information, call on or address any
B. 4s O. ticket agent, or L. S. Allen, a.?. A.,'
Important to Commercial Travelers.
"On and after December 1st. baggage agents of
the B. AO. R.B. Co. will accept coupons from
mileage books issued by B. k 0 B. B., P. A W,
R'y, B. O. f. W. R'y and Valley B'y of Ohio, in
payment for exceaa baggage charges, at their face
value, 2 oenls oaoh. This arrangement will not
Include B. St O. Mileage Books endorsed "good
only on B A O.," B A O. Southwestern Mileage
A dvertlslng Boeks, nor books older than one year
from date of issue. . 21