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THE DEMOCKATC NORTHWEST, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. IfM.
Toll Thompo, Prwy'r, (fura rl t k-rk of the
Thi hou will b krpt oiwii 1I ulht forthrroo
voietic of tb trmTt-Uug nuUic. Uood pUMr mn-
LOCAL. NEWS, &c.
Will pay for the Dkmocratio North
west from this time until the week follow
ing theOctobcr election. The price 1b sucti
that brings it within the reach ot every one
and should be in tho hands of every Dent'
ocrat in Henry county during tho cam
paign. Send in the tiaines. We will ex -peet
each one of our friends throughout
the county to bring us nt least one name
for the campaign or longer. tf
To tho Democrats of Henry Comity.
Id pursuance of a revolution passed by the County
Central Committee, the following aKporlloument is
wide, showing the r resentation of each township
in the Senatorial Convention to beheld at Tole do, on
September 1.1th, 1881:
Uartlow 1W 1
Damascua H'7 2
Flatrock.. 2! 1!
Freedom li'8 2
Harrison 16:t 2
Liberty UPS 3
Marion JOa 2
Monroe...... 1'J 2
Napoleon '. ittti 6
Pleasant 302 3
Richfield 78 1
Rldgeville ii'l 1
Washington 168 2
By order of Committee.
L. L. OR WIG, K. W. C AH ILL,
To the Democracy of Napoleon Two.
Yon are hereby notified that all Democratic elec
tors of Napoleon township in attendance at the Sen
atorial Convention to be held at Toledo, Sept. IS,
1881, are authorized to east the vote of the Bald
township. By order of
Mm. H. H. French has returned from her visit.
Bev.W. W. Winteri spent Monday utfttooHeon.
Bro. Smith, of the Deshler Flag, dropped in upon
Mrs. Williamson baa returned from her visit in
II. E.Cary and wife have returned from their trip
A. B.Tyler, Esq., spent several days at Upper San
dusky this week.
R . B. Heller and wife have returned from their visit
in Hancock county.
Lew Ryder, of Defiance, spent Sunday with his
parents in this place.
Frank 8veet,of Toledo, spent the past week with
friends In Napoleon.
Mies Helen Booher, of South Napoleon, is visiting
in Bowling Green.
Mrs. Chaa Gldley and daughter have returned from
t heir long absence.
J. H. Tyler and wife arrived home from their East
ern visit Tuesday night.
Deputy Sheriff Waltimler, of Deshler, spent several
days in Napoleon this week.
C. E, Reynolds and daughter Eugene are home
from their stay at Lakeside.
J. 13. Dittenhaver and family have returned from
their long sojourn at Ladeside.
3. M. Willard has gone to Elmore to attend the fu
neral of Ub brother's wife.
J. R.Tyler, of Perrysburg, was in town this week,
defending Colo, the Deehler murderer.
Mrs. M. Boyer and her daughter, Mrs. a. W. Heath,
are at Pemberville, spending a few days with her son.
Harry Tyler passed his twenty-llrst birth day lust
Friday, and another vote may be added for Book
waiter. Misses Jennie Mason and Lizzie Witherell left yes
terday for Valparaiso, Ind., where they go to learn
the art of telegraphing.
Mrs. Jennie Hogue, left Monday afternoon forWash
ington, P. C, after a visit of five or six weeks with
her parents in tills place.
Joshua Rhodes has commenced to rebuilt! on the
site of his residence which was destroyed by Arc a
Khort time ago. Mr. Rhodes is building with brick.
William Dittenhaver, who has been with H. E.
Cary for the past five years, has accepted a position
in the banking house of Sheffield & Norton. He en
tered upon his new duties on Monday.
As was expected, our fellow citizen, Col J. D. Nor
ton, was nominated by his party for the State Senate
last week. We congratulate our friend upon his nom
ination, but he is too good a man for the Republicans
to put up us a sacrinoe, ana ne snouia nnve oeen
spared the humiliation of a defeat next October.
Miss Emma Holly and Geo. Ott, our cigar manu
facturer, were married at Napoleon Wednesday eve
ning. Mr. and Mrs. Gaghan and J. F. Trumpler at
tended the ceremony. The happy couple, after a
short wedding tour, will commence house-keeping in
Bowling Green. Bowling Green Democrat.
Res It In. Jacob Loeckman, 27 Clinton street,
Buffalo, N. X.. saya ho has been using Thomas' Ec
lectrio Oil for Rheumatism. He had such a lame
back that he could do nothing; but one bottle en
tirely cured him. For sale by Saur. 3
' An exchange says that a young lady of Delphos
was lately terribly upaet by her own foolish mistake.
Being lent for some flour to the store in a hurry, took
what (be supposed to be a clean pillow-slip from the
bureau drawer.- When she bounded Into the store,
rolling like a basket of chips, she handed the thing
tp be filled with fliiur. The store keeper didn't no
tice what they were until a scoop full of flour had
gone through them. When he raised them up and
displayed tho two outlets at the bottom, nlocly fringed,
the young lady qulcldj . !J)it out," without saying a
word, and the store keeper, 'covered with flour, laid
the garment in the money drawer to await, her re
turn, which had pot "eventuated'', at the last report.
Eight . TURNBU,
Oar trfcoofe win ones mt Meads?.
Deaaacs will met?
Cent. Utrharde' new imlna t aneVt roof.
DuM Krpk has ourtaanas for Texas paper.
TW County CwuaMfn mm In rv-fslar srseleti
rat Monday. -
W. I. OrrrhaUa s. built a ant additions to Lis
hone on the eovtfc fide.
Hoa. F.tl. Hurd haa oar thank for a volume ee
"Couavraeand Navigation ut the lulled State."
:. A. B. roar. Meeting of F.at rriuay eve. Dept.
C, E. Betbulims Adjt.
No remedy ha bcra found fur Fever and Ague
which proves eo aaifunnly successful a Ayet'a Ague
Hose Palmer ha Use beat Jack la the county. Far
mer call end see him. Residence In Harrison town
The aural and f resbvat oyster in town, can be
found at Tletieus A Co. Hold by the dish or quan
Hall, Hoy A Co. threehed 4U0 buahels ot wheat for
Tora Uncle one day Isst week la S hoars end 40
Rev. It. E. Abbey of the Presbyterian church will
preach his farewell dlaoouraes next Sabbath, morulng
Those having sale bills to print should ceil at thin
office for them. Our term are reasonable and we
get them out on short notice.
Everybody should note the fact that the bet t remedy
known forCougbs, Colda etc. Is Dr. Bull's Cough Syr
up. Price only 2.1 eenta a bottle.
AH bauds join in thanks to Mr. George W. Teeter,
of Liberty twp., Tor a banket of fine eating applet. Mr.
T. never lorgeta the printer.
One of our exchangee aitys that the beet method of
getting rid of bed bug is to set the bed on fire and
then shoot the bug as they conic out.
The social of the ladies of the Presbyterian congre
gation will be held at the residence of Mra. M. E.
Heller ou next Wednesday afternoon.
Some one In Defiance is talking of starting a chariot
line in that place. There are more ways than one to
get rid of a fellow money, and this is aa good a way
It would be much better if your boys aud girls read
the newspaper more and dime novels less. There
would be leas crime and more virtue aud intelligence
in the laud.
There is to be n re-unlon of the ex -pupil of the
Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphnus' Home, at Xeuia, on
Tuesday, Weducsday aud Thursday, September the
Gth, 7th and 8th.
Straykd. From the farm of Mrs. Phebe Sheffield,
one roan heifer calf, aged 7 mouths.
Any person returning the same or glviug informa
tion in regard to it, will be rewarded. 2t
The Holgate House, at Holgate, la now kept by A.
Pilliod, formerly of Toledo. It has been refitted In
good style and is well managed. Mr. Pilliod also
runs the flouring mill at Holgate. Dffianee Iem.
Has your child auy symptoms of worms, itching
nose, pains in the stomach or bowels, bad breath, fret
fulness or loss of appetite? Denig's Worm Syrup
will give immediate relief, and will be readily taken.
Our thauks are due to Mr. Curtis Blxby, of Har
rison township, foralargclusciouswatennellon, The
mellon weighed 31!4 ponnds.and was the largest we
have seen this season. It was of the Cuban Queen
Stbaybd. A brown and white bitch bird dog,
strayed from the residence of the undersigned on
Sunday, Aug. 23. Auy Information that will lead to
her recovery will be liberally rewarded
Any old soldier who were connected with the t or
10 companies of Ohio Sharp Shooters daring the war
for the Union, will please report by letter to Capt.
N. D. Meeham, Berea, Ohio, giving their piece of re,
Who built the Pyramids? Hard to tell, and not
much use to know any way. A more important query
Is who can cure my dyspepsia? The answer is easy,
Cobb, with his little Podopbyllin Pills. Only 25 cents.
For sale by Eneeland.
While Parker & Brally were on the farm of Chas.
Myers, in Flatrock township, with their steam thresh
er thrashing oate, the straw took Are, burning up the
thresher and oats. The loss of Messrs. Parker A
Brally Is $100 ; that of Mr. Myers about f 50.
There is a fatal horse disease spreading around the
country just now. Horses taking It are aaid to first
become droopy and lose flesh and next break out all
over with large lumps resembling waits, which be
come very callous as soon as they make their appear
ance, while the blood of the animal turns very watery.
For the delicate and complicated difficulties pecu
liar to the female constitution, LydlaE. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound is tho sovereign remedy. It
alms at the cause, aud produces lasting results. Send
to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 23J Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets. 2t
Theatre. The Townsend Family commenced an
engagement of three nights at Bookman's Hall lust
evening. The Townsends arc well known here and
a good patronage will be given them. They rendered
"Lost in London" last evening, and this evening will
present "Pizorro." Go and hear the Townsends, for
we know they will please you.
The town Council, or the proper authorities, should
see to It that the weeds, burs and thistles are cut down
along the sidewalks, streets and alleys. These weedB
growing thus do not only obstruct the walks but they
are iujurious to the health of tho town. Property
owners Bhould have prido enough to keep their prem
ises free from thistles and weeds, and If they have not
the authorities Bhould have it done and taxed against
gkti t. iv ti Workmanship. To do good work
the mechanic must have good health. If long hours
of confinement in close rooms nave enieeniea ins
hmiil nr dimmed hie sinht. let him at once, and be
fore some organic trouble appears, take plenty of
Hop Bitters. His system will be rejuvenated, nia
-MrA ntMncrthrneri- his siffht become clear, and
tho whole constitution be built up to a higher work
The Wabash authorities have Just Issued an ex
change table of all the roads with which they have
connections. The card is in the form of a pamphlet,
and for neatness of execution and convenience of ar
rangement, it surpasses anything of the kind we ever
saw. The card gives the direct time of trains on all
the roads which they connect, gives the name of con
pon stations, and the agents, and gives the names of
all the junctions. The last feature is of great value
to the traveler. This Is a new feature altogether, and
commends itself by it neatnesB. Fort Wayne
Public Saib. The undersigned will offer at pub
lic sale, at his residence, in Pleasant township, two
miles west and one-half mile south of Holgate, on
Tuesday, September 13. 1881, the following property,
to-wit: 2 work horses, three milk cows, 2 yearlings,
1 sow and four pigs, 3 stock hogs, chickens, ducks,
geese, 1 two horse-wagon, 1 top buggy, 1 double and 1
single set harness, 2 breaking plows, 2 double shovel
plows, 2 single shovel plows, drag, cradles and other
farming implements. Two and one-half tons of hay
In the mow. 5 acres of cosn in the stack.
J. F. Bbick. "
A Card- (
' Napoleon, Henry Co. O., Aug. 1881.
I have met with a loss by fire the 23d of June, in
sured by the Ohio Farmers Insurance Co. And in
due time the ad jnster, J. H. Beecher,came and exam
ined the matter and gave good satisfaction, and in a
few days, the well known agent D. M. long, cashed
the amount of lose, $1,250. I consider said oompany
safe and reliable. ,
A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY.
John Harmon, a Highly Ee-
Shot and Killed by Peter D.
Trie End of a Family Foud-
Tram the Keehler Flag
The most terrible tragedy within the hiatory of our
village took place oa Main stwt, Wednesday evening
at about 7 DO o'dook. Molting hi the death of John
Harmon, at the hand of Peter D. Cole, the dream
staneee ere a follows:
Harmon and Cole were adjoining neighbors, and it
la a well known and regreUed fact among our dtixcus,
that between the two men there wae a terrible enmity.
This feeling had previously resulted in Cole being
twice amifjned before.the Common Pleat Court of
thla county on affidavit of Harmon, cue for assault
aud once for shooting with Intent to kill. In each of
the above caees Cole was cuaeUarged. The case for
shooting was tried In tho May term of court, aud peo
ple generally hoped that this would be a final settle
ment of the trouble between them.
Wedueeday evening about 7:30, Cole entered the
grocery store of W. T. Marvin and his wild and fright
ened appearance attracted the atteatlcn of Marvin,
who said to Cole "what I the matter?" Cole made no
reply. In a moment after this, Harmon was noticed
to come up and atop at the right of the door. At this
time Mr. P. T. Michaels came Into tlie atore with
aome chickens for Marvin, and which they together
proceeded to pot In a coop to the left of the door from
where Harmon stood on the outside. Astheydidthis
they noticed that Mr. Harmon's son Bertie had come
up and was handing his father aome money which he
was In the act of pladng In his pocket-book. Murviu
and Michael were atartled at the report of a pistol at
their side end on looking up saw Cole ataudiug with
pistol in hand between them and Harmon.
From this all was confusion and excitement . Har
mon jumped luto the street and ran toward Vogl's
store, amid the screams of the terrified boy and hor
ror stricken bystanders; he had perhaps gone twenty
feet, when Cole, following on the Bidewalk, fired again,
audas Harmon jumped upon the sidewalk to euter
Vught's store Cole again shot, whereupon Harmon
threw up hia bauds aud said, "My God I am allot!"
aud ran into the atore, hia merciless pursuer still fol
lowing, and he ran up the aisle on the right towards
the rear of the store still another shot was fired by
Colo, his victim running around behind the dry goods
counter and iuto the arms of Marshal Burt CUppiugcr
(who was acting us salesman for the day) Harmon
crying "Ob save me, Burt!" aud in this position Cole
again fired, which shot is supposed to have been the
fatal one, aB reeling to the front of the store he fell
bleeding to the floor in the agonies of death ; but not
however until Cole, with apparently undying hatred,
had again discharged his deadly revolver, the ball in
this case passlugout through the glass frout luto the
Harmon neither spoke or breathed after he fell.
Cole made no effort to escape, he seemed to be view
ing the result of his bloody work when he woe arrested
by Marshal Clippeoger and Deputy Sheriff Waltimire,
who promptly removed him to a place of safety during
the excitement, und at 9 o'clock he was taken to To
ledo in charge of the above named officers, who turned
him over to George Daura, Sheriff of Henry county,
who had come that far to meet them.
A medical examination of the body showed that
two bullets had passed through the heart, one lodging
near the skin on the right side and the other on the
left; one shot also took effect in the right arm and
was taken out at the el bow joint.
Several ladies wereinVoght's store, among others
Mrs. Toght, wife of the proprietor, who swooned at
the sight of the shooting and was for some time in a
Tho scene on our street-during the shooting was
that of the wildest conftniion children screaming,
woman crying and men running rendered the sight,
, especially that of thoaheoting, one never to be for
gotten by those who witnessed it.
Prosecuting Attorney Knupp was notified and was
promptly on hand yesterday inquiring iuto the de
tails of the case, which cannot fall to be one of great
magnitude, If not without a parallel in the history
of Henry county. He also brought Dr. Harrison, a
noted physician of Napoleon, who assisted Drs.
Gehrett and Nichols in maktng an examination of
the death producing wounds.
Mr. Harmon was a dtizen much respected ; he was
proprietor of the livery stable here besides being the
owner of other valuable property In and around
Deshler. He has served two years as Marshal and
was at present holding the offices of street Com
missioner and Constable, in all of which he proved
a faithful gaurdian of the public trust reposed in him
He leaves a wire and five bright intelligent children'
who have thus suddenly been deprivod of an indul!
gent, loving husband ond lather. Who can picture
the grief of this sorrow stricken family who had Been
the father but a few minutes before go out from their
home in the glory and prime of manhood, now a
Mr. Cole the unfortunate author of all this mlucry, 1b
a poor man, one who )ihb boen considered an indus
trious and honorable citizen, and has held offices of
public trust, apparently enjoying the confidence of
all that knew him. He has u wile aud one child, a
bright little girl whoso only comfort will be in the
sweet remembance of the mauy acts of kindness'
and love ft-om him who has now plunged their Inno
cent heads in grief that can only entirely ceaso with
death. Let us then, as neighbors and friends, throw
round about all afflicted by this sad calamity, the
broad mantle of Charity, and offer only such genuine
sympathy as shall prove a balm to the hearts that
The remains of the victim of the terrible tragedy
thatwas enacted on Wednesday eveing, were taken to
Napoleon for interment, where his relatives reside,
followed by a large concourse of sorrowing relatives
and friends, this morning.
Cole was arraigned before Justice Reedcr on Tues
day. An examination was waived by the prisoner, but
Prosecuting Attorney Knupp' wishing to secure part
of the testimony some ten or twelve witnesses were
examined, when the prisoner was remanded to jail
jo await the action of ihe Grand Jury, which will be
tn session next month. Thcprisoncr seems indiffer
ent and as though he did not realizes the terrible con
dition he is placed in. lie has secured Jas. R. Tyler,
of Perrysburg, to defend him. Mr. Tyler is a noted
criminal lawyer, and if there it anything to be setup
In Cole's favor he will bring it out at the proper time.
Mr. Alfred Cooly, who recently emigrated from this
township to northern Michigan, had his home burg
larized a short time since by a couple of tramps, who
took away $150 in money and a new suit of clothes.
Every effort was made by detectives to ferret out the
rascals, but aa yet, without avail. Mr. Cooly being in
very limited circumstances, on a new farm with no
Improvements, 1b thus left in a very destitute condi
tion. He had commenc cd and partly finished a new
home and the money stolen was intended to finish It,
and lo furniBhhis family with something to live on
until next spring. Ills friends here sympathize with
him heartily end there will undoubtedly bo a move
made to raise money for him .
Mr, W. B. Tnbbs, who was bitten by a rattlesnake
a short time since, has so far recovered from' its ef
fects as to be around. He was at .church with his
family on Sunday last. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fauvcr have returned from their
visit to Lorain county. ,
Mr. Patterson Fauvcr informs ut that he hat ship
ped from bis store during the past, year fllty thous
and seven hundred and twenty-seven dozen eggs.
We have not the figures for a full year of the amount
shipped by Scoefleld It Chapman, but from the figures
for the last five months, We are warranted In saying
that their year's shipments will nearly or quite reach
the tame figure. The whole amount would therefore
be about three thousand five hundred bushels, which
would load a train of one hundred wagons. We are
now ready for a report from the next egg depot.
Monday, Aug. 26th, 1881. .
OaUMeeeatncefUeMih (, Aafaee a eowpniy
cithnvd at tfte home of Oro. Boarn te aUne UM
', taere, and It wae gd H be there. The nwubm
! prvernl I eaniH4 1 n bat there we a houee full ol
lMrld and Clara' iriand. The njp-T would have
aailed the aaoet rarladkwa, though none of Uu kind
It's not true that a Mmvksnt Prince and CatUe Ktnj
I ate two a uppers that aiht, they may have retted hot
! It wm all oaeeupper, and had yon been taere yoarerif
to wltneeathoae table you would have been tempted
! to hav don the same. David bore ap sader it well
and taking the kid In Kapohun took hie drpertare
with Mr. Meekieon to Mackinaw, to begin a happy
hoaey-monn, and may Piovidraee auOe apon their
Uve la honorable poaUone, and to a good age. Many
valuable preeenl were made them 1 y fiienda, ae the
following lift slum :
llead-apread, by Mr. and Mra. John Wllsen; table-
ckitn, by Mr. and Mr. 8. M. Heller; tuver bread'
plate, by M lea F.rumaand Louise Bauer, of Nebraska
silver napkin-ring, by Mi. Emma tlmkinaou; brad
epreul. by Mr. and Mi. M.E. Heller; silver pickle
cactor, by Mr. and Mr. A. E. Maerker; toilet box, by
Mr. Theodore Sands; breod-plate.by Mr.O.nudeon;
silver hntter-dish, by Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wider
allver napkin-ring, byMlasIJxxie Hoskinson; hand
mirror, by Flora Bowera; table-cloth, by Mra. H. W.
Cary : bowl and pitcher, by Mrs. S. Free and K. Bow
en; fruit ilish, by grandma Bowera; hanging-lamp.
by her father and mother.
Faasii Ovsrans. Tietjent Is Co., have freshoye-
ter by the dh or can. 3t
Report of Teachers Institute.
The usual annual meeting ot Teachers was held at
School budding in Napoleon, from Aug., 1.1th to
Au enrollment of seveuty was reached this year
and great earnestness aud teul thonu by those in nt
tendence. Prof. DeFord, of Ottawa, sustained his reputation
i a thorough aud pleasant instructor.
Hewaaably assisted by Superintendent Williamson
A meeting waa appointed at Rldgeville, ou the second
Saturday in October.
The officer for eusueing year are Pres., C. W.
Williamson, Vice President John V. Cvrr, Secty.,
E. R. Cowdbick; C. F. Wilson, J. E. Fast, M. D.
Band, Lydia Paluer, Sarah E. Shuuakkr, Execu
h. 11. CowniticK, Seety.
Transfers of Keal Estate. The Fol
lowing is a list of the real estate transfers
recorded since our last issue:
T Grafflee to E T Martin, 40 acres in Liberty
twp 1 COO
R Thomas to O J Sevey, land in Liberty Cen
S B Wood to P Hust, lot 81 in Liberty 50
W D Hill to T A Ha ruler, lot 35 In Ilarnler 30
D KBowkerto J.Cuff.partof 1oib7 and 8 in
H V Van Fleet to S H Van Fleet, lot 1 in Mont
gomery's add to Napoleon 2 500
C C Young to D K Bowker, 1 sere in Liberty
J Mowery to F Ada, 80 ocres in Marion twp 900
J Shasteen to (.' Dewes, lots 18 and 20 in
Mary Dodd'a add. to Napoleon - 510
I Buckard to E 8 Blair, lot 7 In Brenan's add to
Win MoGee to A H Foot, SO acres in Kichneld
W S Schuyler to E Edwards, lot 40 in Kauf
man' 1st add to Kaufmansville
Joseph Frvy to O P Bicker, 20 acres tn Pleasant
E Breasler to S S Shell, lot 3 in McClure 75
E BresslertoB F Shell, lot 3 in McClure. 75
T Glass to A S Condit, part of lot 10 in Tyler's
add to Napoleon 850
T Burrow to H Bolknian, 30 acres in Freedom
twp..... , . 1 200
J Stearns to E Hemesser, lot 59 in Dethler 210
G W Thornton to AM Bevelhymer, 20 tcret in
Harrison twp 800
G W Thornton to L. Bevelhymer, 20 acres in
Harrison twp 800
L & C L Horn to L Wiseman, lots 4 and 6 in
' Horn's add to Malinta 150
H Dauber, Sr., to H Dauber, Jr., H4 acres in
Monroe twp 1 800
H V Garrett to D Garrett, s of 80 acres in Free
dom twp 600
J N Chidister to S M HIttB, 40 acres in Harri
son twp 800
D D Punches to W H Edwards, lot 5 in Ed-
S E Edward to A Edwaids, lot 6 in Edwards-
J Corfman to O W Harris, SO acres in Monroe
twp 2 300
S M HittB to M E Biggs, 10 acres in Harrison
Snyder Simmons Aug. 25, 1881, at residence of
Jacob Myers, Holgate, O., by J. W. Barringer, 3. P
Mr. Henry Snyder and Mrs. Isabella Simmons. AU
Johnson Bdrkuolder on the 27th day of Aug,
1881, by E. Peyton, J. P., Mr. Willard C. Johnson and
Miss Jennie Burkholder, all of Henry county, Ohio.
Ott noLtir At the brides residence, near Na
poleon, O., Ang. 21, 1881, by W. F. Dickerman, Mr.
Geo. P. Ott, of Bowling Green, 0., and Mis sEmmt
Holly, of Napoleon, O.
CowDnicx Heckler At the residence of the
brides father near Napoleon, O., Aug. 28, 1881, by W.
F. Dickerman, Mr. Edwin R. Cowdrick and Misa
Sarah A Heckler. All of Henry county, 0.
Meekison Bowers Mr. David Meekieon Jr., and
MIbs Clara Bowers, at the residence of the brides pa
rents Aug. 24th 1881. By Rev. C. Farnsworth.
Blink. Oil theOthof August, 1881, Emma, daugh
ter of Adam and Susan Bllnn, aged 8 years, 7 months
and 16 days. The funeral services were held at the
Shunk church, conducted by Father Sliufer, from
Math. 18, 8d verse: "Verily I say unto you, except
ye be converted and become as little children ye shall
not enter the Kingdom of Heaven." Emma was an
excellent child, and none knew her but to lovo her.
She was sick but a short time. She leaves father,
mother, Bisters and brothers to mourn her loss.
Dearest Emma, thou hast left us,
And thy lose we deeply feel;
But 'tis God that has bereft us,
Ho can all our sorrows heal.
Counbklman -Margaret L. wife of William Coun-
sehnan, died of complicated diseases in McClure, O,
Aug. 27, 1881, aged 19 years, 3 monthB and 17 days,
Funeral services by the writer, from Isaiah 3, 10.
Leonhart. Dela May .Leonhart, bom December
13th, 1880, died August 26, 1881, aged 8 months and
13 days. Tills was the first darling child that tbeBe
loving parents were blessed with, and eo soon taken
from them. Oh, how hard to give her up! Dela was
one of thoso little flowers which bloom among us
just long enough to twine their loving tendrils around
our hearts and are then transplanted by the Father
to bloom in everlasting glory. May the Lord comfort
and support all the bereaved ones and especially the
father and mother In their sad bereavement and great
affliction. May they all meet little Dela May above
whore they will be no more pain or sorrow to endure,
but where all is joy and peace and love.
Oh, how we miss thee Dela,
While thy spirit soars on high,
We are left to monrn forthee
With many a grievous sigh.
Weaver. Infant son of Mrs. Elizabeth Weaver,
lu Florida, Henry county, Ohio, on Wednesday, Aug.
17, 1881, aged nearly 10 months. Only about four
months ago the father of the little infant was called
away by death. Thus has Jesus placed those lovely
flowers to adorn the home above. May the great
comforter sustain the Borrowing ones and ultimately
bring them to the home over there. J. W
' 190 and 192 Summit
largest Sock of FUMITUHE in
We re manufacturers and offer the best goods at lowest prices. Do not buy
until you have seen our immense stock and get our prices. ,
190 and 192 Summit si rect, cor. Adams, Toledo.
Trust It Every Time.
A grateful patient, living under the shadows of the
Highlands of ihe Hudseu. write to Dr. David Ken
nedy, of Rondout, N T.: "Your medicine recom
meudt Itself o thoroughly that you may hardly care
for a statement from me, yet from my own experience
of It excellence, and from what I know of its opera
tion In other case, 1 should like voluntarily to say
that 'Kenedy's Favorite liemedy' deserves its high
reputation. The public may trust it every time to do
what yon claim for it." Sold by all Druggists. Dr.
David Kennedy, Proprietor, Rondout, N. Y. 2t
Gotxl Cotnjtahif, (Springfield, Mass i :MH s year),
S umber Twenty-three, haa "ThcCninbfrlsud Table
land and its people, the region where the Rugby colo
ny founded by Thomas Hughes, author of "Tom
Urown," la. There Is au Installment of "Mildred's
Caprice," the serial story now running; a complete
story; au article about the factor' operatives of Man
chester, England; "Four days in Vorktown," apro
pos of the approaching centennial celebration there;
aud various sketches, poems aud short articles.
100 men to .vork in sowers in Detlauue,
Ohio. Wages from $1.50 to 1.75 per ilay.
Apily on tho work to
2t B. F. Cooke, Contractor.
For the best SO cent, line cut, go to Brad
Can be found at Anton Halm's, one door
north of Shoftilds it Norton's Bank, by
the dish or can. 3t
And hnmbugB. Use no medicine only what you
know to be reliable. Your druggist will tell you the
onlv absolute sure cure for Ague, Chills and Fever, is
Ingram's Ague Pills. They are guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Sold by all druggists.
Ingram's Ague Pills prove a real blessing, and the
people want them very much.
Itev. George Older, East Dayton, Mich.
I have enred one case of fever completely and
helped another with but one box of Ingram's
Ague Pills. One case the doctors had treated and
done no good.
I axes, j shaver, Aiauasier, .men.
WALDIKO, RINNAN Co.,
W holcaale Agents, Toledo, 0
and Clover seed
lor sale at
School books and school supplies at low.
est prices at Kneeland's. tf
G. H. Reeder, the boss boot and shoe
via, ha. naiiacH a hnmn in nnnr. mm sinne
trade, by receiving and displaying the
largest and finest line of boots and shoes
ever brought to this market. 2t
, Important to Travelers.
Special inducements are offered you by
the Burlington Route. It will pay you to
read their advertisement to be found else
whereln this issue. mchlO-lOmo
Hancock, who is again located 8t the
Boat Store, wishes to see all his old cus
tomers, and as many new ones as choose
to call, at his old quarters, where he in
tends keeping a general stock of groceries
and provisions, and everything usually
found in a erocerv store. Bottled ale and
norter for family use always on hand, tt
A nobby band or set ring can be found at
1,700 worth of those Ladies and Misses
fine shoes made by Curtis & Wheeler, just
received at Boeder's. 2t
If you want a good pine cistern very cheap
oall on J. W. Hudson. Coal tar furnished
gratis. ,t, 4t
Jas. M. Myers, on the South side, has
taken the agency lor the celebrated Gross
cup Pump, which is one of the best pumps
in the market. These pumps are war
ranted for 0 years, and hundreds of them
are in operation in Henry county. They
are manufactured in Napoleon, and are
exclusively a home pump. Call on Mr.
Myers and secure one. 2m
Just received, a new invoice of fine jew
elry at C. M. Fisk's Jewelry Store. tf
No old shoddy, slop-shop miss-fit goods
in the stock of clothing at the lt,agie Cloth
ing House of Hahn & Meyer. Come in
and we will prove what we say. 3t
Call and hear the chimes of the clock
bells at Fisk's Jewelry Store, opposite
Bitzer uiocK. .
Farmers wanting a riding Sulky Plow
should call and see the new Improved
Casaday. This Plow is warranted to be the
best Plow in the market. Come and see
for yourself. Groschner & Reddersen are
Ladies wishing calling cards should call
this office and examine our styles. ti
Humphrey asks every person that owes
him to come to the front and pay their
dues. Building eosts money. 4t .
Now is your time to purchase a nobby
suiUt S. M. Houeck's. . tf
If you want a necklace for your girl,
call on C. M. Fisk, where you will find the
finest stock ever brought to the city, tf
S. M. Honeck has received some very
nobby styles of piece goods and will sell
them at reasonable prices. Try him and
be convinced. tr
Great slaughter in summer wear at the
Eagle Clothing- House. Hahn & Meyer
are Jaound to keep up with the times, in
style of goods and everything else. 3t
If you want a well fitting custom made
suit, go to Hahn & Meyer, and make a se
lection from their large stock of fall goods
just received. All the latest styles in
stock. . . . 2t
You can buy Paints, Oils, Wall Paper,
Curtains and all goods cheap of Hum
phrey, the Druggist, as he must have the
money to build his store with. Try him
and see. 4t
St., cor Adams St.
The largest and finest stock of ladies
and Miswa' line shoes ever shown tn Na
poleon, are now on exhibition, and bound
to be sold, at Keeder's. 1 2tf
' . a.
For a general line ol lresh g.frni) call
on Jas. M. Myers on tho South sidih IT;
sens cueap. tin
Oh. What a Congh ! t
Will you heed tho warning. The signal pethaue
of the sure approach of that more terrible dtteate
Consumption. Ask yonreles If you can uEmi for
the sake of saving; .Wets., to run the risk vAJm
nothing for it. Wu know from ctperit (itf. that
Shlloh'e Cure will cure yonr Con"h. It never falls.
This explains why more than a Million llkittlee
were sold the part your. It relieves Crunfi and
Whooping Couch, at oucc. Mothers d o,,t be
without It. For Ijuno Back, Side, or Ch , uc j,
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by i. C. f-r.'ir;1
Dyspepsia aud Liver Complnlnf. i
Is it not worth the small price of 75 cent" to free X
yourself of every symptom of these dlstrcsflngcom- j
plaints, if yon think so cull at our store fliul-.-ete
bottle of Shiloh's Vltillizer, ever)-bottle hn 1 jriut
ed guarantee on it, usu accordingly and if it does
yon no good it will cost you nothing. Isold hyJ.C.
Saur. ' .
We have a speedy anil positive euro for Catarrh,
Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Headache, lu. Shi- .'
loh's Catarrh Remedy. A nasal injector f-ee'with ;
each bottle. I'se It il, von desire health and tweet r
breath. Price SO ctt. boldbyJ. Cbaur. s
Hnliti & Meyer, proprietors ol the Bugle ?
Clothing House, have just received an im- i
iiionso stock of goods, consisting of ready
made clothing and piece goods. Their
stock is large and comprises the vcr$ jjest '
goods in the market. A fine assortment ;
of piece goods, tho latest styles, to select
Irom, which are niitilo up ou short nojtice
and low prices. Their stock of ready-mpde
clothing is all newly made especially for
them, and consists of nil styles and quali
ties and prices. Call and examine their
S.MOKER8 You Will Loose Moxtyv
If you do not call at Knevland's and feuy
some of those tine cigars selling at $100,
2.30 and 2.50 a 100. An extra cigar for tt.00
a 100. These goods will only bo offered at
above prices for a short time, call at
HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE '
Is the BEST SALVE for Cuts, Bruises, (Scret,
Ulcers, Bait Rheum, Tetter, Chapped Hands, tjhil
blsins, Coma and all kinds of Skin Eruptions, Freck
les. Get HENRY'S CAKHOLIC SALVE, as I others
are counterfeits. Price 25centa. I
, Dr. Creen's Oxygenated Bitters
is- the beet remedy f or TJyspepsla, BilUouaufSS,
Malaria, Indigestion, and diseases of the Blood, Kid
nevs, Liver, Skin, etc. 1
llUKNO'S CATARRH SNUFF cures all aflectlent
of the mucous membrane, of the head and thnjnt. t
DR. MUTT'S LI YEK PILLS arethebest.H,tBJn
To Lease. Eighty acres, of wild
adjoining the corporation of Deshlot, jnd
near the B. & O., D. M., and DeshlerA
fpPnmh Puilrrtufla Annlv at. t'hla aHI
- : ' ti
Ifyou wib a neat fitting suit go to S.M.
If you want to by good Boots and Sho.es
cheap, go to Reeder's. . 2t
The Greatest Remedy Known.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion is certainly the greatest medical reme
dy ever placed within the reach of suttsjr- .
ing humanity. Thousands of once hope
less sufferers, now loudly proclaim thtjir
praise for this wonderful Discovery to
which they owe their lives. Not onlv does
it positively cure Consumption," but
Coughs. Colds. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hfiy
Fever, Hoareertess, and' all affections of tie
Throat, Chest and Lungs yield at once to
its wonderful Curative powers as it by
magic. Wo do not ask you to buy a large
bottle until you know what you are get
ting. We therefore earnestly request yen
to call on your druggist, J. C. Saur, and
get a trial Dottle lor ten cents, which will
convince the most skeptical of its wonder
ful merits, and show you what a regular
one dollar size bottle will do. For salo ly
J. C. Saur, Napoleon, Ohio. (
If you want a nice fit in the fine shoe
line, go to Reeder's. ut i
Latest styles of suitings at S. M. Hon
eck's, cheap for cash. tf j
Waiting to 1)8 Hung.l
There were man' who, owing
to the late sprint c: tih.tr cans.-.
es, did not paie last spring.
The spring stock has been culi
edever, but Kneeland hasjusji
received a variety of fresh pat;
terns for the fall trade, which
will be sold at low prices;
special prices on large bills,
Call before you buy; the paper
is waiting to be hung, and is
sure to please. tf.
Mrs. A. E. Mann requests those ladies
wanting dresses cut or made, to call at her
rooms, over Stuckman's grocery. Bejr
jinxes am renauimuie.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!! '
Are you disturbed at night and broken
ofyourrestbyasick child suffering' and
crying with the excruciating pain of fcut
ting teeth? If so, go at once aud get a botv
tie of MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTH Nd
SYRUP. It will relieve thepUr little suf4
lerer immediately depend upon it; tere
is no mistake about it. There is not 4
mother on earth who has ever used it. who ,
will not tell you at once that it will rogIS?'!
1 ., , u n ., .1 ..: u . . . v. ' f
auc vhtj uvnvjo, mill giW lent W fllo AllVhu
er, ana reiiet ana neaitn to tne cnua, op
ating like magic. It is perfectly safe tt i
in an cases, ana pleasant to tne taste,, a
is tne prescription ol one ol the oldest
best female physicians and nurses if
united states, sola every wnere.
Groschner & Reddersen are selling
New Imperial Bucher & Gibles SteeWio'
with Jointer. This Plow Is haviig a
large run and will be left to go ofc 'on '
trial against any Plow in the market : , :;
worth $20 more
than any other w
agon, just receive
d by H. Be GAR'