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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, P., JANUARY 20, 181)3.
ISALEIST, NAPOLKOX. O. Drugs & Medicines Paints, Oils, Varnishes, DYE STUFFS AXD ALL VAR1K tiesof Druggists' Sundries. SCHOOL BOOKS, Blank Hook and Stationery, esd a fm line of hI! the latest styles of WALI r APKIt. l'reseriptious carefully com pounded. FOR SALE IARGE nnmher of choir farms ainlinicte .A. of fanning land In Northwestern, Ohio, op- nii rtfj terms anil at low priocs. 1'ernoue ne'inni! far.u will cmienlt their own Interest l ca liuif upun or writing to tills, ttao laigcat and oldtet real ..title nrm IU Dctlanoe. Among the many excellent properties for sale, not ice the following : Niuety-twoacru farm in Farmer township, De fiance oi'UUtjr, unio. annul t aere. nuucr eiiniva tlon: iioail buildings; the noil the flnet; the best spring of water lo the ooutitv; noon orchard. '1'hla property will be aold at the eicecdiiigly low piico of tJ5CU.0i); it la a bargain. Also Two Hundred and fcoriy acre of land iu Hluhlnnd towrhin. Di'liauoe comity, Ohio. The l,.t,if noil. wL'llamted for stork farm ir for grain It will be sold in separate trael or all lu oue body to auli the Diirchaaor. l'rlne. ?I0 an aire. Them ia a sfjol barn noon the laud and two houses. A mn,l well of wiler. Ithtm uaioral driluaw, tin ....... tUi, lnH 1. p.iIHiki mini oftllilv drained. It la new laud. never has been cropped but two or three time. Here lea bargain. AN" 'Inn Hundred nnd Tweuly acre farm In Paii'diim county, Ohio; 41) nrrea under culllva ln New lintlillnirs. enlend.d drofc woll. 40 acres of u'ood iliuhrr, and the hilnnre timber for lann pnrpuaee. I'ricc Ji.oio ou eary terms. Write lo orcnllon Branson's Real Estato Exchange, Cor. Cliutou A Her.oud Streets, Deltenco, Ohio, ft and uneu properly lenrnad is the ptci'l'i'ilf Mono to success. Positions secured for till siuiient completing our outire course. . W.ito for information. MELCHIOR BROS.' Tni-STATE BUSINESS COLLEGE, TOLEDO, OHIO. Is". B Guess on the tout number of votes cost for President. The. noareit will reouive a yciira' arholnrnhlpiSiO) Iree. an ia Dm . The Fayette Normal University. natnlna twelve departments. Ita students and rduates are successfully tilling rosponsihleaud aucratlve potilious. Iu teachers are specialists. Its equlprnenta are ample. Its attendance has ira-uiucreasingirom zsio 00 per ocnt each year. Expenses ti e very reasonable. J!7 pays tuition, board, and room-rent fur ten Mk.. Vnfania Information, circular, or oatalogue, address the Jnneao-if J. E. DODOS, Fayette, Ohio. B commended for Com fort, Support and Fine Form, and combined tbe best feature of Corset and Waist. The JACKSON FAVORITE 0.0.0. WAIST Is much worn by women Cj and misses unable to f 5 bear a rigorous garment i Shoo Fittiko, beauti fully made, Warranted. Equal to any ll.'JD waist. Coloks White, Drab, Gold, Fast Black. Gen uine marked (JCO. 7,000 dealers sell It, Sample sent, pom pam, tor ai.uu, Coronet Corset Co., ' Mlchlsan. For Soldiers, Representative Meyers informs ns that he has a few copies of the Roster of Ohio Sol diers in the War of the Rebellion calvary service for distribution to those entitled to them. Bend address to J. F. MeyerB, House of Reps., Columbus, Ohio. OfT Fop New York. By the death of an nnole in Brooklyn, Hen ry and Fred. Norden of this city are two of his heirs. The deceased wag a baohelor with two brothers, one of whom has thiee children, and the 'other fonr, of whioh Hen ry and Fred are two. These seven children are direct heirs and our fellow townsmen will no donbt come in for a good shoe of a hundred thousand dollar estate. Henry leaves for New York on the first of the month so to be present at the reading of the will. Braved the Storm. A party of Napoleon ladies left N poleon for Wauseon Tuesday noon iu the face of a blinding snow storm and arrived at their destination about 8 o'clock after a severe tussle with the fleecy foe. They enjoyed the hospitality of Mi s. Eli Collins nee LillieVnn Hyning, returning in the evening, The tar ty consisted of Miss Kate Wilson, Mesdames Chas. VanHyning, James Donovan, Amelia Carey, L. Y. Richards, Frank Ulrioh, W. F. Balsley, Dr. Harrison, A. J. Vaudenbroek, F. M. Rammell, John H. Vocke, Fred, Bargeman and Judge Meekison. No Officer. Two saloon habitues at Malinta named Sleigh and Kinder engaged in a pugilistic soar mash Saturday evening striking terror to the inhabitants of the quiet little village. Kinder was a little worsted, and many severe ly scared at his bloody physiogomy, rushed post haste for an offioer, but as the town is not incorporated there was no officer around oat of a job, and the example of oar cities was followed, and the combatants, were let in that, an ofiioer is never around whf n need ed. Tbe denizens of Malinta will have a breezy topio of conversation for some time. Trouble in Movin'. Fred. Cordes, of Defianoe county, tells a joke on himself. He bad been engaged by H. Buchop, of this township, to move a log house about 160 rods for $lf, the owner of the house to fix the ekids in place. With his own team and two others Fred, began oper ations and at the end of two days bard labor had progressed bnt a abort distance, when Mr. Buohop becoming tired, discharged him and hired a Napoleon bonse mover who sub atituted roller. . It wa then fonnd that the beams of the house were doing the "runner" business. As Fred, was oat his $15 besides hire for teams, the laugh was dearly on him, bat he managed to do a little of the laughing too when In making the change from skid to rollers the chimney u scattered along tbe toad, . . dQcrvS- -deeding Personal and Society Notes. Pleasant Mom inn nfOnr Own and Oilier People Orin Parker is laid npwith rlieomatisin. Win. Mullet of llolgite win iu the city Momlny. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Freas entertain this evening. E. Knapp, of Flntrork, wns in the city Tuesdny. Dauiel llartne't was np from Colnmbns this week. (J. V. Hinsdale, of Toledo, was in the city on Fridny, Born to Dr. and Mrs. Ilnly, Jan. 22d, a daughter. Mis Row 1!. Laden, of Upper Sandusky, is in the city. David Wenkn of McClnre visited tho coun ty ee it Monday. Detective Duffy of Toledo wns in Napoleon Monday ou business. E. Motter, of Malinta, wns in Napoleon Saturday on buxiness. F. II. Voiglit.Iloltrnte's banker and drag gist, wai in the city Monday. Mrs. Seys, of Ft. Wayne, is a guest of her daughter, Miss Mayme Seys. I.. O. Follors returned home Saturday from a (our through Indiana. Ij. C. Warner, McClure's livery man, drove his bnys to Nnpoleou Tuesday, Miss i2va Manchester, of Omaha, Neb., is a guest of friends in the city, . Mr. and Mr. George Si'mll of Richfield township were in tho city Monday. N. B. Wnldr jn, of Wiiu.eun, called on a few of his friends in this city last Friday. County Surveyor Johnson of l'nu'ding transacted business iu Napoleon Monday. Mr. Janics Drnrer.of Toledo, was a guest of her brothers, D. mid J. Wilson, this week. W.F.Tyler left Sltnrday for Otford, Mass., for the purposo of taking depositions. Mrs. 'eo. Kranso visited her mother and sisters in Toledo a few days daring the piift week. Miss Mary Russell has been ill during the past week nnd the postoflico has been run ning short of help. Harry Axx. of Wanscon, wns in Napoleon Tuesday. He is contemplating taking a trip to Oregon to visit his parents. R. H. Gleason, of the real estate firm of Baker, Gloason Jfc Co., of Defiance, was in the city on business Tuesday. The Kalilo trouble at Toledo has cultnin ated in Mrs. Kalilo suing for a divorce from her husband, claiming desertion nnd non- support. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutherland left Mon day for Norwalk on business conneoted with the suit against the B. fc O. R. R. of which Mr. S. is plaintiff. They return today. Mrs, Dr. Harrison, Mrs. Amelia Cary, Mrs, Walhce Blair and Mrs. L, L. Orwig attend ed a reoeption given by Mrs. Jndge Sntphen at her home in Defiance yesterday afternoon. Will Lyon, Harry Smith, Will Swineman, Wm. Taber, et at., were over to this town Monday evening in qnest of their best girls who it seems were out larkin' and sleigh riding. , ' Wm. Armbmster is one of our good citi zens in Napoleon township who was in the city Tuesday and who likes to be ahead of the times at least his subscription date says so. . . Albert Follett of Liberty township was in the oity Saturday for the first time sinoe his fight with that deadly disease, typhoid fever. His family is still afflicted with the disease. Friends hope for their speedy reoovery. S. D. Zwayer, of Malinta. was in the oity Tuesday looking np information on the complexion of the first half of the 61st Con gress having differed in opinion with a fel low townsman to the extent of $10. The bet has not yet been declared lost. Mrs, John Si ford was called to Tiffin by telegram Sunday evening to the death bed of her mother, Mrs, Raohael Flenner, who died shortly after the daughter's arrival. The deceased was 65 years of age. Mrs. Si ford will return somutime daring the week. Master Chas. F. Williams, of Napoleon, who has been visiting his annt, Mrs. Frank Kaney, for the past week, returned home Friday. Chas. Williams is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Williams who were so foully mur dered by Johnson, at Napoleon about eight years ago. Johnson paid the death penalty for his oi line. Defianoe Crescent. Bedblnukets, horse blankets and lap robes at cost. D. & J. Wilson. Presented to the Bar. The Napoleon bar is reveling in the first present it has yet received. Last November the Colgate Shooting Club went on its reg ular annual hnnt in Wisconsin, nnd while near Emberly Lake, that state, Fred Bever- son killed a magnificent deer. The head and antlers were mounted and presented to the Napoleon bar. The members of the bar are more than proud of the souvenir as it is the first thing ever presented them. Postponed. A letter to Mannger Halter from Edwin Ferry carries with it the disappointing news that that famous aotor will be unable to visit Napoleon before the last week in February, The bad weather caused his dates to get mixed, Napoleon with Bryan and other towns of this section being seleoled as sacrifices. Monday night was to hava been his date here and the people had sharpened their theatrioal appetite to a razor finish, hence the disappointment is no small one. The Opera House will remain darn for some time. ' Public Sale. The undeisigned will offer at public sale, one and one-half miles from Florida on the Peter Sissler farm, on Thursday, Feb. 2, '93, sale commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.,the following property to-wit: Three brood mares, one with foal, 1 spring oolt, 8 milch cows, 1 Jersey heifer, 1 brood sow, 2 head of shoats, 1 Champion binder, nearly new, 1 Champion mower, hay fork and rake, I sulkey hay rake, 1 hay raok, 1 road oart, 1 truck wagon, I spring wagon, nearly new, breaking plows, I sal key oorn plow, shovel plows, I spring tooth dra,-, I steel seraper, 1 farm bell, one set doable harness, 2 tons of hay in the mow, 40 shocks of corn in the field and many oth r articles. Qxo. Bbpbakkb. Big drives in hat and eaps, a big lot of boy eaps at 10. 16,204 25eents, whioh is less than one-third their value; mens caps at less than one-third their value. Large lot of child rem and boys hcts at 25o for your choioe that we sold at 7Sa to f 1.76. Big tot of mens fine hats at 25o 40o and 60o that we sold from x.uaio J.6U, at u. . Wilson's, Lent begin February ir.lh. Corn and fodder in the shock for sale by W. J. 1'ierrepont. 2t Corbet t has issued a chtllenge to the world, Mitchell preferred. Water is getting scarce, great many wells and cislercs being dry. The proposed hup nt the K. P. Hall this evening is indefinitely postponed. It costs the government $1.G00 a day for firing morning and evening salutes. The Solo Club met at the home of Mrs. A.J. Vandenbroek Tuesday evening. I will pay Ma for the best country lard, '-'t K R. Cowdhick. Fred Uilgeudorf was the Ath lucky man on the watch drawing Monday night. Pickled pork, hams and bacon, cheapest and best in the city at C. F. Pohlman's meat market. tf There has been more ice pat np in Napo leon this season than any season for ten years past. A postoffioe examiner went through the records of Postmaster Russell Monday and fonnd everything O. K. The Ladies Society of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. D. E. Rummell, Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 1st. Mat. Stewart is certainly on the right rond to a belter world. He has n clear title for the Nobtuwekt until January 1895. The Holgntn Aid Society drove over to Napoleon Tuesday in a body and enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs, W. E. Decker. Meyer, the wide-nwnke clothier, has a splendid (lock of full nnd winter goods. N'-bbient lino in tho county. Call in nnd see. tf The Royal Arcunnm have Fecnred lodge mms in the "J story of the Northwest building. Tho lodga is in a healthy condi tion. Juf tice Tresi-le." ou nccouui of bad health has taken up his residence with hisdnnjhter, Mrs. Geo. Bowermnu. Friends hopj for his recovery. Found: a handkerchief, between the opera .' ous3 nnd West Washington St. The owner can have the samo by calling on Mrs. L. Y. Richards. Our devii's head is level when he says that the best girl in (lie' world is the one who re members that her mother is a human being and sometimes gjts tired. The report of a case of leprosy in Napo leou brought an associated press man on the gronnd. He went away disgusted, of course, but if we oan stand it, he ought to. We forgot to announce that it was about time for that depraved cuss, with a voice cn him like a Dakota drugstore, to blow forth the query, "Is it cold enough for you?" Prices reasonable as consistent for re'.ia ble operations. No extra oharge or paink extracting. W. J. Piekbepoint, Dentift. tf Bitzer Block near Miller House. More than any other time, this is the sea' son when the printer subsists on icicles and promises to pay. The latter in many oases are much colder and less satisfaotory than ice. A detective from Toledo was up to Napo. leou Monday on the trail of one of onr way- way youths who became enamoured with a Toledo damsel and loved, not wisely bat too well. A compromise was affected. Judge Wm. Lang, a prominent Democrat and citizen of Seneoa county, died last Sat urday in the 78th year of his age. He was the Democratic candidate for Lieut. Gov ernor in 1865 and Secretary of State in 1880. D. Wertz, piano tuner of the J. W. Green A Co. house, will be at E. O. Fox's Musio Store February C, 7 and 8th. All persons having pianos to tune please leave your or ders at once. 2t E, O. Fox, We sra authorized to announce that evan- gehstio meetings will be held in Defiance Feb. 6 to 21 inclusive by Rev. Patterson of Chioago. The Rev. has had 11 years exper ience and will no doubt make it interesting for any from Napoleon who may attend. The school teachers' and several others sledded to Liberty Center Monday evening and took the house of Dr. E, L. Viers by storm, though they tempered it down to a degree of pleasure for all concerned. The return trip was made early Tuesday morn ing. Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro's., January inventory sale of dry goods, cloaks, carpets, boots and shoes is a big success. There has never been a sale in Napoleon that prices were cut so low as they are selling goods at this month Every imng in tne store is marKed way down during this month. 2t While we do not wish to speak in disparag ing terms of the telephone, electrio light, steam engine, sewing machine and other great inventions we mnst forget about them long enough to say that the fellow who in vented the so-called "felt boot" has a claim on a vast people for everlni-ting thanks, Goorga Brnbalter of Wost Napoleon town ship was in the city Monday. He will have a public sale at his place next Thursday, notioe of which appears in this impression. With a brother, Wesley, he has purchased tho gro cery and meat market of M. V. Bmbaker in Florida, who will retire from business for the present. We wish the new firm nbund ant success. There certninly need be no bar to Napo leon's future prosperity when it iscousidercd that after a treatise of nearly half an hour it was demonstrated at the Opera House Sat nrday eve. that Gen. Printis wns cap tared at Shiloh. Several other points of equal moment were made that will help ns oot "considerable like" but fact of it is we hnvn't time nor space to review them. "It has been excellent hauling, but we have nothing to haul," is the general complaint issuing from farmers, and which testifies to the large amount of timber that has been taken from Henry oonnty forests during the last decade. Stave companies have been doing an excellent business at all the small towns along the Cloverleaf railroad whioh rnns through the heart of the limber country. A few more years and all kinds of timber in this county will bring a. fabulous price. From birth a boy oan own property; at seven, he is, if intelligent, answerable for crime; at fourteen, if necessary, could choose his own guardian, and could contraot mar riage; at fourteen, he is punishable for a misdemeanor; at eighteen be is qualified for military services; at twenty-one he may d. olare himself indep endent of his father, and he is then old enough to vote; at twenty-five be is eligible for Congress; at thirty to the United States Senate; at forty to the Presi- denoy; at forty-five he is exempt from mili TO LOAN AT 6 AND 7 PER . F. D. PRIms. -Napoleon, Ohio.' Defiance is making an onslaught on gamb ling dens. A cool proceeding drawing an ice wagen this kind of weather. Prayer meetiog will be held in the Pres byterian charoh un next Sab'mth evening at 7:30. If yon wrnt an elegant rraoke bny an Eirly Bird S cent cigar. Clear Havana lung filler. tf Dr. Berchtold. a prominent citizen of Defiance, died on Friday morning last, of consumption. Mrs. A. E. Mann has removed her dress making rooms to Mrs. Harriet Cary'a for. mer residence on school house street, tf If merchants will rub down the inside of their windows with a sponge saturated with nlcoh I they will not be annoyed by the ar tistic work of Jack Frost hiding their dis plays. We understand that even the most promi nent promoters of the '"Star" business are bordering on a condition of disgust and will make efforts to bring about a cessation of trouble. S. E. Whitmire, of Libeity Center isonr latest new reader who appreciates the .value of the best newspaper iu the county at 50o below competitors. Send in a dollar and receive all the news. dvwi RiWrfainO In Boots and Shoes the next thirty days, at Bbinkman fc Westhoven's. A dispatch from Cincinnati last Thursday says that Hiram McKuigh 's efforts before Judge Taft were cf no avail. He must re turn to the O. P. nnd serve out his seven year sentence. Lewis Goon, of West N tpoleon township, is now the proud daddy of a girl baby, the little one having arrived last Wednesday. Lei8now feels happy that his horses can sleep with their harness off. From the postoflice there is n stretch of ice fully two rods in length. Tuesday we noted seventeen brskeu spiaes and battered heads in ru many minutes which owe thiir cause to said slippery tract. Pete Houston has savored his connection with George Valentine, and purchased ti e stand next to tho Hague building cn Peny street of John Racy. Pete is a good barber and will draw his share of patronage. Of course you will not skip this item, be cause it is to inform you that George Hahn, Napoleon's one-price clothier, has the nnest line of clothing, piece goods aud gents furn ishings ever offered to the people of Henry county. Call and see him. tf "I will use it and no other." Mrs. Nellie Bromer, Passaic, N. J., uses this emphatic language. "I havj used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in my house three years and would not be without it. It cared my cough whioh I had for months. . I will always use it and no other." ' Notoriety is theest advertiser. It Is for mm reaspo mat many pnwiq aotors desire to figure in sensational saits, escapades, etc, in every case courting notioe from the news pnpers, A cose of similar advertising has been noted in Napoleon during the past week and suckers have nut been wanting. A. IU. . Our mills have bean greatly troubled dur ing the cold spell on account of a lack of water tor power, The race that operates Rollers mill and -the electrio-light plant proved entirely inadequate. (the former run ning but little1 whjile the latter was com pelled to shut down altogether, thus greatly inconveniencing merchants and making travel after dark diffioult. Several attempts were made to cut the great collection of ice from the entrance of the raoe in question. and in so doing a magnificent specimen of dog was found deeply imbedded and in a good state of preservation. Miss Jessie Raidle. for several years cash ier in George H. Rohrs & Bro's dry goods store has resigned to accept a cashiership in Eaton's store at Toledo. Miss Raidle is one of our most exemplary and good looking young ladies, being a prominent member in tho Christian Endeavor and a general favor ite. Messrs. Eaton & Co. may well con gratulate themselves in securing her servi ces. While we regret her removal from Napoleon we at the same time extend heart iest well wishes for her continuance in suo- CiBJ. Andrew Johnson, proprietor of the Mc- Clure Houbo, was in the city this week. Mr. Johnson is one of those individuals who prove exceptions rather then rules in our hum-drum existence, in that, he is perfectly honest under whatever oircamstnnces he may be placed. He is one of the first set tiers nt McClure, a Swede by birth nnd has done ns much if not more than any other one man in bringing that town to the front. Although he has no opposition he is at all times most obliging and accommodating, giving the people valne received. He is in deed a landlord of rarity. Ayer's Hygienic Coffee is prepared by M. S. Ayer, a Vegetarian who has made "Diet Reform" a life study. See Ad. in this paper. For sale by Mrs. Shasteen, flHM'T A TT .1 ' 1.1 x. r ixiLi -TO CALL AT RDNER'S Photograph Rooms. Until Further Notice $2.00 per Doz en for Gardner's Very finest and best cabinetB. One prioe to all and no misrepresentations atour gallery, Pictures To decorate your walls both large and small from the cheapest to the finest grades, such as etchings, hand made pastells, eto. Yon oan find about 300 framed and in sheets to select from at Gardner's. Ready Made Frames both large and small by the hun dreds, and at prices that sell them, at Gard ner's. i. Frames to Order, . , Of the latest styles, from the cheapest to the very finest gold and silver moulding at Gard ner's, tf ' Our Specialty, A two-thirds life size port rs it with nice heavy frame for $3.00, and for $3.50 your portrait and a ohoioe of four different fine enamel frames at Gardner's. See samples at VOXEJf CENT, tf BY HONORABLE AND LEGITIMATE MEANS we are pushing ahead for trade. WE ASK FOR YOUR GENERAL TRADE because that ia our buninew; but we don't do it without assuring vou that in return for your patronage we will eudeavor to do you some good. W.W. YOUNG, LIBERTY CENTER. FAKE! A Smart Aleck Correspondent Creates Excitement By Reporting a Case of Leprosy to Toledo Papers. Monday morning's Commercial contained an account of a case of leprosy in Napoleon which has proven a fake pure and simple. Lee Lang is nn oriental who has been a knight of the eudi in this oily for about two years and besides having the appearance of acadaver a woek inhumed, he has proven a good citizen, paying his way, and giving value received as a laundry man. For some time he has bBou doctoring for a sore eye which the doctors pronounced erysipelas and which was uu aggravated case, the optic baiiig distended nud having a horrible appearance. Add to this his gen eral demoralized condition nud we have a make-uo which with a morbid imagination on part of tha Cjiivimvial correspondent, produced the report of leprosy. No little ex.-itenient nnd indignation was manifest on our ftretts, which was greatlv in3roa?od by receipt of telegrams from leaaingcity papers for particulars, and also from tho state baarj of health to our local board. By order of the mayor who is chairman of the Health Board, Dr. Harrison made a thorough examination of Lse and reported that beyond erysipol.m there was nothing tne matter. A report embodying this sab stance was atones wired the state board. Up to date he almond eye the cause of so much trouble is greatly improved and will be in shape for the Chiunman to travel, when he will leave fjr New York. He has the true migratory tendencies of the China man aud can remain in one place for a short time only. Of coarse we will not be without a repre sentative of the raoe as he has already thrown the mantle and "good will" of his washe shope over his successor. atTMmm, Beaver Creek Bonds Do Not Go Beg ging for Buyers. . Friday at 2c'oiook p. m., 822.000 in Beav er Creek 6 per cent bonds were sold at the commissioners offioe to Spitzer & Co.. of Toledo, at a premium of $988.75. Bidders were required to state the gross amount they will pay for said bonds, and each bid wasaocompanied by a draff in the sum of $1,000 on a New York bank. The bids were sealed and the following is their contents: Spencer, Trast $ Co., N. Y. fc Boston $22,831.60 W. J. Hayes 4 Son, Cleveland . . . 22.917.00 John Rogers, Cleveland 22,920.00 Spitzer & Co., Toledo 22,988.76 wnitedSCo., N. 1 22.560 00 G. A. Lewis & Co., Chicago 22,700.00 uietz, Dennis & Prior, Cleve land A Boston 22.904.00 Season good 4 Mayer, Cincinnati. 22,773.00 E. H. Rollins 22,895.40 Lamdrecht Bros fe Co, Cleveland, 22,882.00 Spitzer fc Co., bankers of Toledo were the highest biders and the deal was at onea closed with them. The lowest bid was that of White & Co., N. Y. and even it was $560 premium. From this sale it would signify that Henry county bonds are not such a drug on the market as some people would make believe. GOOD SHOWING. Company F and the 16th Iteg't Band Attend Hayes' Funeral. xouieuoy evening uapi. Reynolds re ceived a telegram from Co". Bunker order ing to report in Toledo Friday morning with Oompany a and the 16th Regimental Band It took considerable hustling to serve notioe to the members, but the work was done and the morning train bore a good showing in ootn Dana and company. Arriving in Toledo, the Bryan and Toledo companies were joined and the regiment toon the Wneeling train for Fremont. The regiment arrived in time to join the funeral cortege, occupying a prominent plaoe and making a very creditable showing. Tne Napoleon contingent arrived home early Saturday mornirg. Best 50c tea in Northwea tern Ohio at the oldest groc ery m the county. Try this tea. tf A. Bradley. Music Lessons. . Miss Krafft, late of Ontario, Can., is loca ted at the home of Mr. Jacob Brown on Washington street where she is prepared to give lessons in instrumental music piano and organ a specialty. To those desiring to attain a thorough knowledge in this line an invitation is extended to call at the resi dence for farther information. tf Lost: Gold Wa tc h . On last Enday afternoon, between the drygoods store of Norden fc Brtins and the furniture store of O. Bitzer & Son. The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same at this offioe. 2t Notice to Shippers. A oharge of one dollar per oar per day shall be made for the detention of all ears and nse of traoks, after forty-eight boars from the time of plaoing oars on the proper traoks for loading or nnloading. Not inoluding Sundays or legal holidays, a fraction of any day after 48 hours will be considered a day. By order of Gen'ISnpt. H. L. Magee. OBITUARY. CuT.-Conrad Clay, son of John and Julia Clay,of Pennsylvania, was born in 8tark Co., Ohio, February 20. 182 . aettlerf i n. county, Ohio, ia 1850, oa the farm on which w uiea, .auuary 1C. 1KU. He was united in marriage at Defiance, Ohio. Oot, 9, 1851, to Julia A., daughter of Wm. U. and Abigail Stoddard who removed from Connelicot to aearyoountyin 1850. To this anion were born six sons and three daughters who, with exception of one son, deceased, survive him. Coming to Henry county in 18,-,0-settled in the weds and endured, with other early settlers all the hardships incident to those days. He united with the U. B. Chnrch shortly after coming to this county, since which Ins whole aim seemed to have been to do good to oihers even to his own sacrifice. tie i never had an nnkind word for anyone and was continually casting hi bread npon the waters withont ever expecting a fulfill, ment of the proverb, in that, said bread would return after many days. As a citizen and farmer Mr. Clay was highly regarded by his large circle of sincere friends, and it is indeed with a feeling of the greatest grief that the truth forces itself forward with the deplorable fact that he is forever removed from their midst. Sttjix. Bro. Joseph O. Stull, minister in the Ohio Conference of the Evangelical Association, son of Rev. John Stull and brother of Rev. A. C. Stull of the same Con ferenoe, was born in Richland oonntv. Ohio Feb. 16, 1848, and died ia Napoleon, Ohio, fee. .'0, 18J2, aged 41 ytars, 10 months and 10 days. His death was sadden and unexpected. At 4 p. in. of the day of his death he was on thestreetHnnnrentlvin hi nannl A v...i.t. at 5 p. m. he wns dead. The cause of his death was heart failure. His death was pecu liarly distressing, not'only because of its snddAnnoss hnt hMmn dAf Uia :rAtA J. i. v v. , UII..HO nuriu;cr- ons illness at the time. She was in a state oi uucotisnionsuess when he died, and np to the time of the removal of the remains of her husband from their home, she was not Hware of her great loss. Her peculiarly sad bereavement appeals to our sympathy and prayers. Even if she recovers, life will never be the same again in thnt home. Bro. Stull was convened to God in his six teenth year and united with the Evangelical nsso -iatimi. In the spring of J876 he was licensed to preaoh aud received an appomt- Ha Rfrtmrl tha flln.;n I 1 ; ..... .uii.ii,iiJ1( uciie til 1,1'eir iri the Ohio Coufererce: b'lat Rock. 1876-'77; ttest Salem, '77-78; Wilmot. '78-'"!); Ash- auu. ij. ou; viayue, ati.-ra: rieasant Kidsre, ,S:. H:V fiiil.miKi ... Q.-.. l . I ... eneeyaar) Richland, '88-'!)l, nud Napoleon jut in- .... r ui- ;m, up to me time ot lus death. Ho thllS rAnflernrl naorln .A.unU.. ,.nn of continued service iu the ministry. It can bs said of him truthfully what can not be. said of nil ministers of the Gospel in our Churches, he always received his ap pointments by the Conference cheerfully. linmi,hininimnpul UA nliAl. U.U....UIUM. UD .113 UDTri 'Will:!,. linA Or MnM'tll 1 1 U nAnoai.nail nknl .dIi.m Ua would be sent. He had no self-seeking spirit in him. Bro. S. was a skillfnl.faithfnl expounder of the Scriptures. He was "a workman that needed not to be ashamed, rightly divining the word of troth." He heia "fast the form of sound words." He preached the word. He did not lower the standard of Bible doc trine and christian experience. He denounced superficiality, believing in, and aiming to do thorough work. Hecared little for popularity or the world's favor, caring rather to have ihe approval of God. He was not only a diligent bearer of the "precious seed," he was also true to the niinMk k:. .1 : - T I i : . I . viiuiku ins vuuiuo. on was nuve tu mi her interests. In his death tbe Church has lost a faithful, devoted loyal son. Why he should be called away at this time, in the vigor of manhood, and when he was most needed, not only in his home, bat ia the Charoh, we can not understand. Myster- inn. DM thn n..a ' T-AJMA - V. ww0 u.u naja Ul trufiueuuvi un uuv submissively and say "l'hy will be done." i now my wui is ngot, Though it may seam severe, Thy path Is still unsullied light Though dark It oft appear. Rm S nn ma: T) 1 1 1 T 1 ,1 mutt ttt 1 Ut'O T . U .. .i . tuviu were oorn uirw children. Besides wife' and children, he oaves miner ana motner, three brothers ana two si ters, wo, however, sorrow not as hiubb wiiu nave no nope. Whila 1 1, r m ..... I .L. . -I ' ..." iudiuiiiiio ui mo isiuiiy were viewing the form of their beloved son and brnthnr fne tht luaf lima kB ka.uaaj .h . . -- vau,u, .uu urmiDU l nt"- er said: "Children be faithful, we will meet ogam, un me same ocoasion one of the brothers said: "Farewell brother we'll meet again." The funeral services were held in the Em manual Church in Morrow county, Ohio. no iaiu mo oouy oi our orotner in the ceme tery near by to await the resnrection morn. '1 'h mrDinfi, ... nan. In I n 1 .1 Ihey were conducted by the writer, assisted by Rev. J. B. Kanayu.of Marion, Ohio. Copied from Evangelical Messe 'titer. J. A. Hensel. RicnARDSON. Edw. Richardson, of Carrot county, Ohio. The deceased is the father of Margaret Rennecker; he was,born November 22, 1805, and died Deoember 26, 1892, aged 87 years, 1 month and 4 days. He was of a family of eleven chilHron three sons and eight daughters, all of whom preceeded him to that better land. His parents came from Maryland and settled in tOrange township, Carrol county. He was the first white child born in JQrange town ship, the Indians inhabitating that vicinity at that time. He was united in marriage to Catharine Wyand in the year 1825. They nvcu iu me uuuug oi matrimony sixty-seven veara. Ra vna iho f.ili.. .f -i-i., . - ...... iniiit, fa cgii,, umiurea, one son has already preceded him over the " w"3 aiuea ia tne oatue of the wilderness of the late war, while the mother, three sous and fonr daughters are left to mourn the loss of a kind father. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson lived together SixtV-SPVen VAflra nnrl nnvat. h.fnM ... nil t - " -viol UDIUI t III nil 11 these years was there a casket taken from iiioir iiuuiB. xneiraesoenaentswere thirty nvn o-rmifl nhililfot, . a children and three great-great grand chil dren. The day we laid him In the tomb, The natural aua was shIUnr biinht, REMEMBER J That you can buy f OVERCOATS AND! 11 AT COST! FOR Only from now until closed out, at 2 II0I1ECKS i W cm. . m-:i v.'evve - But oh, our kearta wm tiled with (loom To think tliat he waa out of alsV. Ala, how aid to eay farewell. If oari to part with lather der. Thoojh he haa (one with Christ to dwoll, Bo happy there without tear. , "BeforeTSriage !" mn both vonnv and nM ii,,m -a .. 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