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THE DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST. TIIUKSDAY MARCH 17. 1881
1 A Ciaf Hot Water t)e Itaodrrd
One of the momt aitigular natural plie
nomrna in tlii MMtioa of Montana it 'he
fonmliM of t- K7"-r. i. ,be .trip of
country us (lie 'bag, aDOUt a lOIW anil a
half from Mr. PatUfraon'a ranch on ll.e " J; " rj.
co1',l. I tu uflrr at fuiuuc mm at UN door of IM
Shoukin. It at first aeen about a mom li j Court Uuuw, u otoo, ou
go, but licit until lately haa it aawunietli Salurluy. April 'Jib, 1881,
proiiortion hich constitute it wonder- i tour of 1 o'clock. P. M of oti dy, u fotiow-
' . . . . 1 i . ,, hlilocnW raal ouu, ittuWd in Htairy county,
ful formation. It w aittiatvd in a miiull niuo, io-:
canyon running out from the wall of idjS;?,l,1.!!5.,LU'. ''Z 8ta'"
...... ' aruuaof out hut hi tkelomi oc Napoleon, Ui lteury
rocki on the east side of Alkali lake. T o cuou'J. OWu.
i ... i ApmiMd at ia.'MI.
geytert nae apicarea, one 01 mem
bini( of mnnatrout proportion!!, throw
ing up a Column of hot water and stream
over .one hundred feet hiph. the other
apoutimf MlKiut fifty feet, hut with a
larger ; jniKitioii of water; diameter.
t)OUl lour incnen. ill- are intermit-:
ted in cliurncter and are active during Byrtrtueof an order of sale iMurd from the abon-
i . . . , . t naiutxl court and to nw directed as Hhtrilf uf Henry
the morning liouni. about eight or nine ! county, I wuioii.r at l-uhuc sale st the door of tn.
o'clock.: The fornmtion of the country Coon Hou, m j,u.)ii,cjlM), on
iaa sandstone und gneim and has all the Saturday, April lull, 1881.
appearance of beinc an ancient rirr IwH ,hf ho,,T "f 0'ulorl!- ' M of l1 d.v. u" 'ollow
tl I -"'kn".ientriTeri)ea. iuKrtonld n ilMUtt, situated In Ileury county,
What has produced this curious plu'tiouin '"u. to-wit:
l, l. i i TlM north half of ike ,uth half of the northwest
nOU it I. Ill COllrSf, Ollly USeleioj to specu- quarter of the Mt.ttiWM iUarti r of errUoll eighteen
late, its there is no evidence of un,i..,,i w, township four n nunh. rane -tlit (mi east,
, twuence ot aiuient ,,,, usn mn acre of land, which aald
oltatllC activity und no hypothl'his can purolof Iau4 liia in ilii' comity uf Henry and Hiate
, . , , m . i of Ohio.
ueiurnicu wtlicn will account; lor It.
AbrfA Montana River iVrtx.
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat xhould
be topped. Negloct fiv)iicntly results
in an Incurable Lung Diseitue or Con
sumption. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL
iKUChKj are certain to give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Onmha. catarnih. '
Consumptive and Throat Diseases. Fort
tllirty Years the Troaches have been reo-
mmended by physicians, and alwuys
give perfect eatiiifaction. They are not
new or untried but having been tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an en
tire generation, they have attained well
merited rank among the few staple reme
dies of the age. Public speakers and
Singers use them to clear and strengthen
the Voice. Sold at twenty-five cents a
box everywhere. oct 7-ly r
Ou Time as 1'stiul.
Jones now goes to business regularly.
That attack of Neuralgia that laid him
up, and which was onlyafrtsh visitation
of an old enemy, disappeared, because he
took a friend's advice and used Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Rheumatic pain,
cuts, bruises throat and lung complaints,
etc., are invariably conquered by it.
For sale by J. C. Saur.
Linen lawns are shown in stylish polka
Th novel blue U called porcelain
Very wide ribbons will be worn on the
Mahogany red shades tire seen in the
Many shades of one color are seen in
the latest millinery.
The Jersey waists are expected to grow
in favor in the spring.
'Ainovelty in round hats has the Maria
8tewart point in front.
Red and yellow are the conspicuous
colors in spring millinery .
Open lace-like straws wiil be used in
bonnets during the summer.
Amber or shaded effects bid fair to bo
very popular the coming season.
' Elower pompons will take the place of
the silk ones worn this winter.
New ornaments of old gold, steel, and
red bronze take no antique styles.
The new small bonnets are laden with
trimmings of Alascian bow shape.
Plaids in the new ginghams are some
what large, and French design.
Black kid gloves are laced on the back
with gold cord for dress occasions.
Steel and silver beaded laces are con
spicuous among the new millinary fab
rics. Reseda is the new shade of mignonette,
and contrasts pretty with porcelain
Many different shades of one color are
used in combination in the new cos
tumes. Good Advice.
If you keep your stomach, liver and
kidneys in perfect working order, you
will prevent and cure by tar the greater
part of the ills that afflict mankind in this
or any section. There is no medicine
known that will do this uh quickly or
surely as Parker's Ginger Tonic, which
will secure a perfectly natural action of
these important organti without interfer
ing in the least with your daily duties.
See adv. m31m.
The Melancholy Dane.
TT n.:...f n
"i:i niucm uHiniiiin, vriiuiu nm
have betin dubbed the "Melancholy Dane '
if he had known Disnannia wan nil tlmr
1 1 5 u j II V''iTi 11 a,m,mi
ailed nun, and that all that he uuetled
Was a Supply Of SritVJ Blossom, a SUfe
cure for Dyspepsia, UillioitsneaH, Indi -
Kestion and other Diseases of that D;s-j
Price, 50 cents, trial bottles iO
3STEW FIttML -A. 1ST
WILSON & MUSSER, . ,
l Successors to J. P. Theek.
Iu Miller Itros. Ulock, South Sitlc of Iron Canal Bridge,
Would rcspcr tfiilly nonomico to thucUizons of Henry and ndjotnlnp; counties Unit they huvo bought out
the stock of. I. F. Tnouk imd that they nro now recci'vluRa fullasso tnient of nil. kinds of furniture to
which wc invito the public to call and examine for themselves. O.ir expenses arc very small, which will
enable us to sell poods at very low prices, as wo aro buying all our (,'oods for nut cash and will soil for
null only. Iu addition to our Furniture wo have a flne line of Undertakers goods,
X'olhns and Caskets ot all kinds,
A practical invention secured to us is OrecR's Patent Canopy C mUng Hoard, liy tho use of which a
orpso can be kept in a cood state of preservation for two weokB clurinu' tho liotcst season of tho year.
Wo havo a lino ncarso which Is always at the service of tho public.
We have also secured the services of Mr.Theck, who will bo happy to attend to the wants of his old
Xstomcrs and ns many new ones an will make it convenient to call. Furniture manufactured to order;
10 all kiuds of repnirlni; done to order In a workmanlike manner and ou abort notice.
docWW Respectfully, WILSON & MUSSKB.
The Psais Mutual Uf. IwuniKt CWpaiy
W - uiZi - rL.
,',...1 . 0 1. ... u . .. .. ,. . .
byttnuauf aaanferufaak-UMiedrrma Uw ibm
OKO. DAt'M. Hhwit.
J. II. Tyler, AU'j for riaiiillS.
KapoMoa, o., March j, 1ml. $7 M
Joh'i brubakerandiHuild E. Brubakcr
William II. .Stock to ati rC. al.
Ortlerof.ais -Heury County tourt of Commonrieu
Appraiiwd at So,
Tenna of Hale- 'h.
J. H. Tyler, Att'y for II. L. Weaver, Aseiiroee.
Napuleou, O., March 7, 18111. fg 10
u-virtue of au order of s.ieiued from the above
uamcd Conrt and to tue uircctej an Sheritr of Henry
oouuty, 1 wiUoilir at I'ut.lic Sale at tho door of the
Court lioubu, iu ft&u.ileuu, Ohio, ou
Saturday, April 'Jtli, 1881,
at the hour of .' o'clock, I'. St., ot mid day, the follow
ing described real eiitattt, situated iu Houry county,
The oast purt of the MouthweHt quarter of section
number one ( I ), towuRliip number hvo (5), north ol
range number six ii cut, iu Henry oouuty, Ohio,
containing eighty-live acre ol land.
AnpratHt d ut $,r.,6W .
Teriue of eate cakh.
OKO. DAI'M, Sheriff.
J. It. Oftioru k J. II. Tjler, Att'ya for Plaintiff.
N'upole:m, March 7, . $7 SS
A. I.. Curti an AdmiuiKtrator cf William Allee, deo'd
.Instill II. Drown ttudMauVxa Brown.
Order or HaleHenry County ( ottrtof Common Pleas.
liy virtue of an Order of Sale ieHued from the above
named Court and tome directed an Sheriff of Henry
county, I will oiler at l'ublic Sale at the doorof the
Court Huuee, lu Napoleon, Ohio, ou
Saturday. April fith. 1881,
at the hour of 2 o'clock, P. M., of eaid day, the follow
ing described real estate, situated in Henry county,
Commencing 20 rods east of the north east corner
of the weat hull' of the northeast quarter of section 2t,
in township H north, range 7 east, running thence
south lnfi".! rocs, thence cat ;lo rods-, thence north
lOtiS rods and thence west Mt rods to the place of "be
ginning containing JUacrcsol' land aituate in Henry
Appraised ut $528. -
Terms of sale Caeli.
t;EO. I A I'M. Sheriff. '
J. H. Tjler, Att'y for Plaintiff.
Napoleon, O., March 7, ISttl. $8 40
Sheriffs Sale. .
David N. Bay
Order of Mule - Hcury ( otinty Court ofCnunnou Flea&
Uy virtue of au order of sale . Issued from
the above named Court and to me directed as Sheriff of
Henry county, t will otb-r at Public Male at the doorof
the Court house, in Napoleon, Ohio, on
Saturday, Anril LSSI,
at the hour of 2 oYloi-k, F. M., of nald day, the follow
iiiff real estate. nHutttwl fn H wry county, Ohio, to-wit;
Iu lot im in her HfV(ity-:ix H m t. I), nn4 J.
Steama Addittoirt.thT IttiaKC nt 1aMory Kw.17
couuty. Ohiii. ' .
AppmiHfd at $'MH).
Tenuncif Halo One-third cash in hand, one-thtrd
in nine mouths, aud the remaining one-third in
eighteen montht from day of naif, deferred payments
to be ecureri by mort(fK.- on premispu sold, with 6
per cent, intercut.
QKO. DAUM, Hheriff.
.Martin Knupp. Attorney for Plaintiff.
iNapoieou, 011)0, Miin'li im, Itii.
Mary Ann Skillnmii and Mnriin HkUIuian her hiw
. band, .' -( . :
Martha rollnok, Mary Ann rndlow.
Order of sale iu partition Henry Comity Court of
By virtue of au order of nalft ipwied from the
above named court aud tome directed an Sheriff of
Henry oouuty, I will oiler at Public Sale at the . door
of the Court Honne, in Napoleon, -Ohio, on ,
Saturday, Aprils. 18S1, -
it the hour of 2 oVlork, P. M., of said day, thcfollow
ug described real estate, hltuatcd in Henry county,
.hio, to-wit :
Ui-iuir the HO'ith part of the northwest quarter of
section Jio. thirty-ionri4i, township No. thre& (H)
aorth, raure No. seven (7) east, and being sixty (60)
i-odr- in width by one hundred and sixty (160) roda iii
.e.ngth, coutainiiij? sixty j,C0( aereB of land in Henry
AppraiHed ut $!!..
Terms ol" Side -Oao-third cauh iu hand ou day of
ale, one-third in oneyeitr, and one-third in two years
from day of sule with interest. Deferred payments
secured by iiJortK0j;e on premises sold. . .
GEO. DAUW, Sheriff .
Martin Knupp, Att'y for Plaintiff.
IN apoleon, o Jc'eb. 'Jt 1 . f9.;0
Nolico of insolvency.
iN tho SCthtlay of February, A. D 1881, the Pro
' bate Court of Henry county declared the estate
of Dimiel Mallett. deceased, to ce probably insolvent.
Creditors are therefore required to present their
ckims aeainst the estate to the underpinned for allow-
auce within six months from the time above mention-.
ed of they will not be entitled to payment.
.lAtXHJ IjOM HAKDY,
AdminiRtrator of Dauied Moliett, dee'd.
March 2, 18M. mchlt-it
Notice to Twp. Trustees
pltE Trustoea of'thc several townHliipH of Henry
initv. are roiiueHted to obHervo tho followinK
1. .Seetlou 117-1 reiiuinwth;it : tho TniRteea have to
' report every ease ol relief for a Pauper which will be
uroiuini neiore inem wuruu live aayn 10 xne eiupenu
twndeut of the Xnrinnary.
2. Ay it ia contrary to law to keep tramps, tho
Tn..i . nn .n..'e...4 4t.t ...m .... i.lllo
mm uuo .1,1 .
incurred or rontractcil 1j - keeping alilo Hofliecl tramp!!,
' Tho lreetor agree to pay the following bill
for "oetoring Piiuiiern. r.o cents tho first mile and
tw,.nty-nvo cents ev,rynd.lWoual mile with reasonable
nmipenaution for medicine.
The Trustees are notirted that tho Director will
' w. kacfman.
Niijioleon, 0., March 9.4t
3D 3STEW QOODS,
Shrouds, Burial Clothes, etc.,
H 111 ASH, ST. LOUIS ft PACIFIC E'T
Mal.TarVEipr.aa arr.t.xl m
'1, KhiUh j 8i l-.vlpm
' , fariarl.a-rai.Miil !, l.Maai
a j rrihl. . .' 11, ai U,Apm
' . Allanili iprraa. ' 9,M " l!pm
" , Kiprr " ,7 ,
"IS,Fcihl ' i,iO t.lt&aai
No. taUajM at Ubmjr, WnJt Hooax and Koala
Toledo only. bww Napolraa and Toledo. Ko. 4
make no abap. Iwtwwa A apoiaoa and Tolrda. No. 1
atop, at UeBauoa, Itrftaooa t unction, Cdl aud Ant
werp only, bMwaea Kapukwa and Fort Wayna. Noa.
la aud I't are freight, and no Dairgas will ha chocked
tor woaetralna. Noa.1 aud S run dally, other tralna
dally orit Kuuday.
J. X. WITHERS. Aet.
BALTIMORE A 51) OHIO RAILROAD.
Time Card In Effect Dec. 19. 1881.
Eeate p.m. a.ai, p. m.
Cbiraga 4 Ot 7 59
Wellshoro 10 44
Walkerlou n Kt
Milford June... li AO
Albion 1 33
l.arrett 2 :(0
Auburn June 9 45 3 40
lilckaville. 3 28
De6nnce. 11 OH 4 2.S
Ueahler 11 5'J s 43
Fostoria. 13 SO
TilHn 1 15 a.m. 7 35
Sanduskf 7 S5 7 10
Monroerllle...- 8 25
Chicago June... 2 15 it It) 8 55
.Shelby June... 2 40 If 00 set
Mansfield 3 01 10 28 9 .VJ
Frederick.-. 11 48 It 10
Mt. Vernon.... 4 09 12 05 11 25
Arrive a. m.
Newark 4 55 1 10 12 20
Columbus 5 10 :t SO 6 10
Leave p. iu.
Columbus II 00 12 25
Shawnee 4 .V a 55
June. City.... S 25 10 29
a. in. p. ni.
Newark 5 05 1 35
Zinesville h 51 2 22
Bellair S 45 5 20
Wheeling 9 45 0 05
Arrive p.m. a. in.
Washington .... 9 45 U :m
Baltimore II 03 7 40
Philadelphia,... 3 05 1 15
New York 6 40 4 00
5 15 6 05
Chicago Chicago Chicago
Fast Ex. Mail.
Leave a.m. p.m. p.m.
New York 7 00 11 30 '
Philadelphia.. 9 35 . 2 15
Baltimore. ..,..12 40 '9 30
Wash. City-... 1 50 .'. 10 40
p. in a.m. ' p.m.
Wheeling ..'i... 1 .10 9 IB IMS
Bellair..., 2 10 10 00 11 50
Barncsville..... 3 10 1 1 06 1 02
Cambridge,.... 4 04 12 03 2 07
Zanqsville.... !S 01 12 59 3 17
Newark (I 00 2 00 4 30 7 25
Columbus...... 7 40 3 SO 6 10 9 It
Souierm. ....... 3 43 8 2S
June. City....... 4 08 8 4H
Shawnee 4 40 9 25
Columbus..... 4 20 12 25 8 30
Newark '2 2 20 4 45
Mt. Vernon.... 7 11 8 11 5 52
Frederick 7 27 3 27 OS
Mansfield 8 3;l 4 33 7 21
Shelby June.. 8 59 4 57 7 48
Monrocville ... 8 08 9 19
Sandusky 7 00 10 00
Chicago June. 9 40 or.
Tilha 10 4S 10 08
Fostoria ..11 2S 10 2fc.
a.m. p m.
rxanlrr.; J7X0 ' ' u Me
Defiance 1 .IS 12 25
Hicksville.... I 07
Auburn June. 3 15 142
Garrett 3 30 a 10
ArrlveChicago 8 50 8 2 0
Note on Running of Trains.' !
F.ast Bound New York Fast Line daily, entiretrain
runs throiiKli from Chieaco to Baltimore. Pul Imnn
sleepers attached. New York KxpreBB daily on C. O.
Wv. and main line, other div. daily, except Sunday.
Pullman sleeping car Chicago to Cumberland, Tarlor
tar uiuuf iiuuu hi jiaiiiuiore. flioii runs uaiiy. Pull
man sleeping car Grafton to Baltimore
West Bound. Chicago fast line dally, entire train
runs through from Baltimore to Chicago. Pullman
Bleepers attached. Chicago exnress runs dallv on f :. o.
andL.E. Mvisions, on other divisions daily, except
Sunday. Fnlmiau sleeper Chicago Junction to Chica
Mail runs daily on main line and C. O Division, nn
other div. daily, except Sunday.
nuiman sieepuig car Cumberland to Sanduskv. ex.
cept Saturday. All other trains daily, encept Sunday.
L.M.OiLE.O.T. A. .Baltimore.
w. ii. KMTLiti, rass.Agt, Columbus,
C. K. LOUI, tien. Pass. Agt, Baltimore.
C.N. HIU)Slltf( Knpr Xrnno , fll.In P-'y
Tlio (.rent Through Car Route to
No Chniiso of Curs From
TOLEDO Or 1. I Ht. Louis. Kansas City. Han
III nibalgHt. Joseph, Quiucy aud
No Chatiife of Cars From
CT I HH!!! Til .(Kansas City, St. Joseph, Omaha
UI. LUUIU IU ' uituimva.
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific
has no KMK4HANT CAtis. Kvkkyiiody rides in Kleprant
Parlor Ooachcs nicely upholnteretl aud carpeted. Bujj-
guffociiPCKoa EnroiiK" to aeBunanou.
t' Don't forget the tilovo Inducementu, given only
by this groat lino, and when you go
WttsUNout Invest, Vorllior Xorthwcst.
Don't accept any ticket unlet it reads over tho
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific R'y,
For .lout, Kates. Elegant Maps of the Western
Country, and any information yon may desire in re
gard to going west, please address
J. C. GAULT, R. C. TOWN8END,
Gen. Manager, Gen. Pase'r Agent.
Ticket Agent, Napoleon, Obfo.
I W IHH tosny for the publio benefit that I am pro
pared to furnish Cisterns of any ilimentlon on
They shall be made of irood materlnl and I will also
fnroish Coal Tar at a nominal price. They it-ill be
furnished for eight dollars less than former prloea.
And 1 do not hesitate to say If nroiierlv cutiu thev
are much more durable than a Cement Cistern, front
tho fact the Cement Cistern is quite liable to be injured
by frost while the pine Cistern is not.
oepi. v, itwu.-u J, W. HUDSON.
y.".ffi-.;..i'n. 'i'Jy"J'UiaMaT iii 'Vyyawiyi
Talfl GSH iff Jil
8. &. imt gnhhs.
PITTSBURG 11. rT. W1TXK A CHI.
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I l.ta- a U'.nuii i.tu
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i No. 1. No. 1. 1 Ko.l Ns. a.
M'(Ea K V Ea'Atc tl FilLlne
a. Man I S.sorn Jfim 40
II a-l "I.. ... I I IS - i l.N u
I i.svsm (.Urn 12 la i :a -
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7.111- 11.1'm1 i.ao IM
12.4U- i .nll n.osru
H.Klrn I.ISaH 7.SU - J A
i.it II i'6- ! 0 '
IUAM .i.irMi i.iii
vnTR ll.ta -..A t V.... l . , ..
; . -.. ... luui run uaiiy.
Train No.8 leave. Pittsliumh daily, except Saturday.
Traiu No. 4 leave. Chicago daily, except Haturday.
Allother Tralna run daily, except Sunday.
en. Pass. A Ticket' Agent, Plusburs
North Western Ohio
OPERATED BY THE PENXA. CO.
CONDENSED TIME TABLE.
Nov. 8th, 1880.
Ot 1NO EAST.
No.. No.8. Tiffin Ae'n.
DAILY. I1AI1.T. DAILY .
Ex.Mind'y Ex.rii'y Ex Suiid'y
.Leave :t.iu p.m. s 23 a.m.
- :i.ii u.M .l.tSpai.
. - 4 41 - - g42F...
. - 15.10 - 10.2S 7.MO
. S.24 10.41 7.SD ...
- S.1 10.47
. " S.40 10 55 " "
. - IS.S5 1 1 .1.8 -
. - 6.42 - 1 1. 48am
.. Arr 7.13 lL.13p.in
. . IS a.m. 7.811
. - JS30 - ll.55p.ni
. " 12..I5PM 4 lua.ni
. " .!!0 p.m 7.0 -
. - 7.."rf - 9.0S ..
. 45 7.411 -
: " H.25 p.m. in .15 ..........
.. . 6.00 a.m.. S.OOp.m .,
. No.l. N. 7. Tiffin Ae'n
STATIONS. DAILY. DAILY. DAILY.
... . , Kx.Sun, Ez.Sun Exb'un
I'ltlsburc....:. Leave ia-5 a m. .is a.m
W-riieonlyllnerunnlnt the celebrated Pull-
...... '"niuusna Sleeping cars from Mans-
He (1 in PiLt.Mbl.rv la t .,n T-n. .,
- - ..h...u.vc, ..HBI.IIIKIOII, rilllll-
delphlaand New York. Through tickets and bag-
Tim Card No. 2 Taking Effect Jan.
No. 1 No. 3
No. 2. No. 4.
a. ar .
A !"',M0-- - - VI . 8 00 8 J5
t- i nuujan-. . , . a 42
. New Bavaria 2 27
Pleasant Bend g 20
Contintl Switch... xj
- lupont 4Q
KvansviUe i 00
Muutstown i 35
Moimtana... l is
Foit Jennings.... 1 00
Delpbon 2 4n
" A. U. T. M.
Ho.' ... No. 18,
" Jieipnos 12 80 4 00
. if 'anoeca 12 15 '3 ,35
"0 Si Venadoic )2 00 ,1 00
7 40 Shasta II 34 2 18
I 5i Abanaka .'. n 08 1 30
1 59 Hchnmm n (bj i iu
2 15 Wlllshire JO 47 12 47
I 61 Decatur 10 10 11 85
8 10 Peterson 9 53 11 00
. i-urryviue 9 311 0 S5
3 JO Craigvillo 9 34 1 0 25
? .i iJiuiton 9 is 9 50
4 52 Warren 8 20 8 00
No. 15. No. l SOUTHERN No. 2. Ko. 10.
mx'd m&e DIVISION. mx'd. mfce.
P. M, A. M. At K p Mf
4 00 7 15 Delphon 1145 545
' Hhanes Crossing. . 6 30
No 7. No. 5
P.M. A.M. STATIONS.
1 42 6 55 CoviuRtou
3 40 8 50 Dayton
No. 6. No.8.
.. 1 1 05 5 611
9 15 4 00
All trains run daily, Sundays excepted. Stop on
V. W.HHODE8, Gen'! Passenger Agent.
K. G. BUTI.Elt, Geu'l Siauager.
Co1iiitiTdtis& Toledo Railroad
The SHORT ROUTE BETWEEN
I.. AKE ERI 1
Taking Effect January 1st, 1881.
Three Passenger Trains Daily, iSundava excepted.)
Ooluiubus Exp. Express.
.... 5:(Hia.m. 10:Ioa. in.
7:18 p. m.
9:45 a. 111.
'.' : 1 5 p. 111.
t! :23a.m. 12:03 p.m.
. : .. 12:34 ..
. 7:30 .. 1:10 ..
.1117 .. 0:2S ..
8:0s .. 1:48 ..
. :55 ... 2::tii ..
, :.-u .. 3:30 ..
. fitofhi.m. 5:D0 ..
. 5:48 .. n:48 ..
1:50 11. m.
5:30a.m. 12:30 p.m. 5:00p.m.
1:30 p. ui.
8:15 p. 111.
10:00 p. 111.
Through Coaches between DETROIT and COLUM
BUS on both Express Trains.
All trains arriving In Toledo, via other Hi
olDse connections with the South bound trains of the
Columbus and Toledo 11. li.
Direct connections made in Union Depot at Colum
bus for Newark, Zaiiesvllle, Pittsburgh, Wheeling,
Baltimore, Washington and Philadelphia; also for
Dayton, Cincinnati, Louisville, and all points South
Pullman Drawing Hoom and HWnii... Cars from
Columbus o Baltimore, Washington and Philadelphia,
Trains will arrive and depart from Toledo at Colnm
bus and Toledo Railroad Company's Depot, Watsr
Stroet, foot of Mulhery.
W. U. HARRISON, Gen'l Tlckot Agent.
ORLAND SMITH, Uen'l Snp't. I
The Board mt 8ckol Eaaalasrs of Bear;
eouBty,Ohl,ill kold saeetinfs ! txaa.
laailoaofippaliraatt for learkera cartilratta, a
it the Union School House la 5a
poleon,Obio,ontbe 1st and SdSatnrdaj
In March and the (tret and third
Saturdays In April and Maj, llif Ontl
Saturday In June, July and Ana-nut,
the 1st and 3d Saturday In September
and the first and third Saturdays' In
October, the first and third Satdays
In Norember, and the tarsi Saturdays
In December, Janoarjaud Ftbruary.
Evidence f good moral character wlllb
required of allcandidates. Thatevidenretobt
a personal knowledge olthrexatulnerM'oncern
Ing the applicant, or acertincale elgood moral
A. H. TYLER. 1
.78 JOHN M. HORN UNO, J
Tho Mifie Ki.eeAf.il Damju ...
ducovered. as It la certain ill its etfevta and does not
blister. Also excellent for human flesh. HEAD
From a Prominent Physi
cian. WaahlngtonvUle, Ohio, June 1 7, 1880.
Dr.B. J. Kendall A Co., Gents: beading your
advertisement tn Turf, Field and Farm, of Kendall's
Spavin Cure, and having a valuable and speedy Home
which bad been lame from spavin eighteen months, I
rent to you tora bottle by express, which in six weeks
removed all lameness and enlargement and a large
splint from another horse, snd both horses are to-day
aa sound as volts. The one bottle was worth to me
one hundred dollars. Hespeclt ully yours,
U. A. Bebtolktt, M. D.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE,
Ashland, Schuylkill County, Pa,, June 3rd, 180.
Dr. B. J . Kendall A Co., Gents :- A case of spavin
that came under my observation wbb entirely cured
by one bottle of your Kendall's Spavin Cure, and the
Horse sold afterwards for two hundred dollars.
"The" Druggist. Chas. H. Babnami.
XT IsTIDE Jt
ToWhohItMatCohcbhh. In the year 1875 I
treated with Kendall's Spavin Cure, a bone spavin of
several months' growth, nearly half as large aa a
hen's egg, and completely stopped the lameness and
removed the enlargement. I have worked the horse
ever since very hard, and he never has been lame, nor
could I ever see suy difference in the slse of the hock
Joints since I treated him with Kendall's Spavin Cure.
K. A. GAINES.
Enoahurgh Falls, Vt., Feb. 25., 1879:
Sworn and subscribed to before me this 25th dsyof
Feb., A.D., 1879.
- JOHNO. JE.VSE, Justice of the PeacW'
Kendall's Spavin Cure on
Patten's Mills, Washington Co., N. Y., Feb.21, 1878.
B. J. Kendall, M. D. : Dear sir, The particular case
ou which I used your "Spavin Cure" was a malignant
ankle sprain of sixteen inontlu' standing. I had tried
many tilings, but In vain. Your "-Spavin Cure" put
the foot to the ground again, and, for the nrst time
since hurt, in a natural position. For a family lini
ment it excels anything we ever used.
Yours truly, UEV. M. P. BELL,
Pastor M. E. Church, Patten's Mills, N. Y.
Is snreinits effects, mild in its action as it docB not
blister, and yet it is penetrating aud powerf nl to reach
any deep seated pain or to remove any bony growth or
any other eulargement, if used for several days, such
as spavins, spuuts, crabs, callous, sprains swellings,
any lameness and all enlargements of tho joints or
limbs, or rheumatism in mau and for auy purpose for
which a liniment is used for man or beast. It is uow
known to be the best liniment for man ever used, act
ing mild nnd yet certain iu its effects. It is used lull
strength Willi perfect safety at all seasons of the year.
Send address for Illustrated Circular, which we think
gives positive proof of its virtues. No remedy lias
ever met with such unquahned success, to our knowl
edge, for boast as well as man.
Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5. ALL
DRUGGISTS have it or can get it for you, or it will
be sent to any address ou receipt of price by the propri
etors, DR. B. ,T. KENDALL & CO.,
Enosburgh Falls, Vcrniout.
Sold Ity nil Iriij;ist,
f, Shoemakp.r 6
WmilH iLttiKtuiii'n totiiAif fvHawlti.nt ,,. i n .....
chased tho well-known Factory of IHrfrh ft TruHalcr, ut
the lower owl of town. Vh,re thev will keep a large
UHfiorlmentof the best
Viz.: Lumber, KhliurluK, Ith, Doors, Hash, minds,
Window ami Door Frames and every thing found iu u
fcf All at bed-rock prices.
We will buy Ash, Poplar, Cottonwood and Walnut
Lumber, ftl,o.)!i f.iot ol' each, kind of Lumbertaken in
exchange for work.
Also 51) cord of Good Black AhIi Hhiugle BoltB 3 ft,
'1 in. l ng at $2.50 per cord.
Highest market price paid for all kinds of 1 timber.
(Jail and see us at the old stand of Ulrieh k Treswler,
where ynu willalways And Fred and Dave ready to ac
NAPOLEON PLANING MILLS.
MAKE MONEY & SAVE MONEY!
buying a Lot in 1.. G. KANDALL S Ad-
litlontothe Town of Napoleon.
These Lots are beautifully situated, bolng
conrenrent to Schools and the Busincs part o
willuemadeto those nilrchaaing forth pur
For reruis, Prices, Ac. .enquired
L. G. RANDALL.
Feb, 2C,' .74
Ami DJr '
Building Stone, Cut Ste B;;ci
Masonry, Flagging, 4c
A ad Proprltur ol
THE NAPOLEON STEAM
Foot of Washington St rest,
I wonld respectfully Inform the citizens at
Henry and adjoining counties that I am new
prepared to furnish them with'
lick & Sewer Brick
Tile of Esvery Desired
Caliber by the Rod,
Call atthe Taro id Examine Stock
and l rices.
Contracisforal! kinds of .Stone and Brick work
wlllrecelre prompt attention.
9" Partief can address meat Napoleon , 0. , ot
they can callupon meat my residence on Wasap.
IngtonStreet Scott's Addition . rasyl6-71
GEORGE At JOES
The Domeatf cis an exceedingly nimple Machlue lu&U
Uh nartflaud proecHNea, and It is eunily uuderHtooti,
familiarity with its construction 1b quickly acquired
and it needs but little practie or fkill iu the operator.
The superior advantages of the Domenttc are mainly
liht-ruuniuK qnietnebfl, no earn or feur, wheels ar
mainly perfect, Jouble thread lock Htiteh, durability,
simplicity of construction and hardueiw of wearing
pnrtB. helf threading Khnttle, self setting needle,
loose pulley for winding bobbins, automatic take np,
automatic ten pious Hewing from the niiest to iff
corneHt thread without change of tnusioiiB ; vibrating:
motion of preHHerfoot, under bruidiug attachment not
used by auy other Machine in the world, in fact th
advantages of the Domestic are ho numerous that ue
person can afford to purchase a sewing lnachinGvritJi
out first giving the 1 domestic a trial.
ROHRS JSc VOCKE.
Napoleon, 0.f April 29, 18K0.
Whore you will find Splendid Stockof
Gold & Silver Watches,
Gold, Silver and
Bracelets and Necklaces,
AU Late Styles. Also, the best assortment of
In the market. Shoet Mnsio ordered oa atari
He is sole -A.g't for thre
All Ooods will be sold at lowest TarteS,
Store on Perry Street, between
Canal and River Bridges. .
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