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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST N APOLEON. O. NOVEMBER 23, 193.
Drugs & Meiicines
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
DYE 8TUFF8 AND ALL VARlifi
t lea of Druggists' Sundries.
Blank Book and Stationery, end a full
One of all the latest styles or WALL
PAPER. Prescriptions carefully com
NT ofthe finest .took farm In Northwestern
Ohio, consisting of
acres of lsnd tu tho heart of Hlthlsnd Township,
only 1 inlle. from lbs alt; of Denture; toil cu
ndous-half miles from school privileges, two
vile from ehuroh and atom.
TnersareSOaareeof this land a Oder plow, and
50 Acres in Addition
Can ba easllr cleared op, with a llltls exponas, for
ha plow. The .oil Is rich, saadr loam -non.
It Is Well Watered and Easily
Tbera la nod barn on It and two email honses.
It will paatnrafjIKI bead o( .bran and 0 head of
cattle. Every Knit ol It not under plow can ba pas
tured. Price ,45.U0 per acre, ou tfino. Title par
fool. Ahatract of title guaranteed.
Bronson's Real Estate Exchange,
Oor. Clinton & Second Streets, Doflance, Ohio,
"WELO ME ALL.
"Meet your Friends at My Booth la
Center of Main Hull, at
"Toledo Exposition and Tri-State
Aug, 21st to 26th
JLeavevour PACKAGES. They will
be CHECKED and CARED FOR
Tfflifin Tired, COME AND REST!
I will welcome you and your friends,
and interest von and prove to you that
I have the BEST Sewlog Machine on
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
S EWiNG MARINES
And Supplies lor all Machines,
517 ADAMS ST., TOLEDO, OHIO.
Oltlce established 40 years.
All Machines repaired work war
ranted. Needles for all Machines 25
cents per dozen. .
Sewing machines all kinds all
prices trial free sold on easy pay
ments. See me get prloen save
money. AGENTS WANTED.
H. R. EMERY, -
. Agent, Napoleon, Ohio.
W. T. B1NZLEY,
All tha latent and mot Improved processes In
Dentistry. Office lu Humplircy block, Nipo
ileon,Obio. A. Y. IRVING fi CO,,
306 Summit St.,
I TOLEDO, : : OHIO.
The Great Enfllah Remedy.
.Promptly and permanently
cures all forma of Ktrvout
Weaknen, Jtaistion, fiperst-
, otorrhea, ImpoUncy and aU
effeattofAbute or JEmeaaaa,
Been prescribed over SB
years In thousands of cases i
Befir. After. ?ZZ
-druggist for Wood's Phoanhodlnei If ha offers
. some worthless medlolne In place of this, leave bis
dishonest store. Inclose price la letter, and
we will send by return mall. Price, one package,
SI; six, f& Dm U please, ato will ours. Pampn
et In plain sealed envelope, 8 cents postage.
. Address The W-ood Chemleal Co..
131 Woodward avenue, Detroit, Won,
?So1din Napoleon by all drag-gists.
At the Children's Building in the World's
Fair, where babies were eared for and cheeks
given to their parents to insure safe re-delivery,
only one baby out of 10,000 re
mained uncalled for. This little fellow was
evidently intentionally abandoned, as a flott
ions address was famished by the person
receiving a oheok for him. He has been
turned over to the Children's Aid Society
nd has been named Horace. He should
.have been called Columbus.
Oar new line of fancy
DPllwiDm goods, and linens
HOBN it NOBDBN.
Maumoe is attempting to repudiate her
tboom bonds, amounting to $60,000 held by
Cornell Cnlvereity, says the Bowling Green
.Sentinel. The lawyers for the historic old
town set np, first; that the officials never
signed the bot dsi second, if they did they
had no authority from theeounoil; third, if
i they were authorized by the oouncil, there
sever was a council: fourth and lastly, there
, isn't now and sever was such a plaoa as
, Forty-four all wool Sooloh Cheviots mix
'iaresi salting worth f 1.00 a yard redooed to
-47o oerrard at Geo. H. Bohrs Bro's. St
C:-0;:r:fe o o
o o MsrcmtilB Co.
Notwithstanding the money
market Is close, is mill doing It's
large business and paying gener
Faaxa Barna, Prast
8. T. Paaaoor, Saey.
Personal, Pertinent, Peculiar, Pointed
The Defianoe jail is without an occupant
The best Co ealioo at Horn Norden's. 2t
Two white eoons were killed near Delphos
The rale of three mother-in-law, cook
and the baby.
Another lot of new wraps jast in at Nor-
den 4 Brans'. 2t
We haven't heard of wages increasing
A lodge of Maccabees was instituted at
Dcshler last week.
Buy kid gloves in all the new shades at
Horn 4 Norden's. 2t
Defiance will oompel all its school chil
dren to be vaccinated.
Poultry, it is predioted, will command a
good figure this winter.
Apples are 'way np this season command'
ing from $1.C0 to $2 00 per bushel.
Two Evangelists held forth at the M, E.
church last Sunday forenoon and evening.
We can match your dress goods in all the
new trimmings. 2t Hobn 4 Nobdem.
The newspaper having the shortest title is
published at Georgetown, III. It is called
Children's shoes big line to select from
at way down in prices at Geo. H. Rohrs 4
The Toledo eon rt house bonds did not
sell last week. No one wanted them at 4
The women scored a victory In Colorado.
The State has decided in favor of woman
A loud hallelujah shoot does not glorify
God half so much as a quiet smile bestowed
upon some unfortunate one.
We have a full line of colors in rope Silk,
wash twist, etching silk, fllo silk and sewing
silk. 2t Hobn 4 Nobden,
It was pretty cold, part of last week, but
on the same date in the year 1880, the Mau
mee was frozen over and the ground covered
The Methodist missionary conference
which met in Minneapolis gave $1,000 for
missionary work in Toledo. The fnture
great needs it. . ,
A child born to American parents while
they are abroad is a citizen of the United
States, just the same is if it were born on
American soil. ,
Too pan buy a plush sack at Norden 4
Bruns at 12 dollars, that costs yon 15 and 16
dollars any place else, and it will pay yon lo
look at our wraps before yon buy. 2t
The people living in the gas territory and
using natural gas as a fuel are oomplaiuing
of the scaroity of the article, many of them
being compelled to use coal or wood in order
to keep warm.
The new postmaster of St. Mary's an.
noanoos through his paper that the postmas
ter general has changed its name from Saint
Mary's to Saint Mary, omitting the apos
trophe and the s.
The boy who goes home early in the even
ing and ia not ashamed of being called a
''mama's boy is the one who finds himself
reaping the benefits thereof in the early
evening of his life.
All person knowing themselves in debt to
ns must come in and pay their aocount, as we
must have our books settled by the first of
2t Geo. H. Rohbs 4 Bbo.
The township in whioh Bowling Green is
situated in Wood county voted for local op
tion on the 7th and it went dry by a majori
ty of SO. The result does not effoct the cor
poration of Bowling Green.
P. T. Barnum onoe said that the American
people loved to be humbugged, provided it
was well done. Statistics would indicate
that he was right. The Midway Plaisanoe
shows at the World's Fair took in $15,000,
The elopement of Rev. O. M. Bragg of
Calvary Methodist Episcopal church, with
his pretty young organist. Miss Ianthe
Phelps, has prodnced a sensation iu Baltl
more. Bragg was 42 years old, and had a
wife and five children.
The Sheriff of Defiance county, last
Friday conveyed Wellington Tennyhjir- to
the Toledo stoneyard, where he is to serve
out a sentence of 412 days. In that time
Wellington will know more abont cracking
stone than he does now.
Soon we'll have the beautiful snow in all
its fleecy glory, and the "oldest resident"
will then come with his "coldest winter"
story. He shivers in reminiscent chills of
that w nter of long ago; but we have knowl
edge that it'll be bot for the liar down be.
It is reported at Lima that a big combine
has arranged to buy up and eontrol all the
gas companies interests in Northwestern
Ohio, and oontrol the same. Senator Brio
and New York parties will carry a big slice
of the stock while Lima people will control
People who heat their bouses with hard or
soft ooal stoves, should twice or three times
a day open all the doors snd windows of the
house and thoroughly flash it with pare,
fresh air. If this is done just before retir
ing, the inmates will not wake np with a
headaohsor dull, heavy, oppressive feeling
prevalent daring cold weather.
Boiled onions taken about an hoar before
going to bed, will usually relieve any but
the worst oases of insomnia. The heart of a
hot onion, placed In the ear, will often re
lieve an earaobe. The syrup obtained by
sprinkling a siloed onion with sugar and
baking It in tbs oven, will ordinarily relieve
a croupy ohild. Eating raw onions will
generally oheok a cold in the head.
We eordiallu invite the people ofEenru
and adjoining eountiet to call and get
prices on furniture. We will not ash
you to go and see the other dealers
first, you may call on us at any time
just so you give us a call. We also
have a fine line of lojfins ana Caskets
at greatly reduced prims- Draped Cas
kets from $45 to $55; plain cioth Cas
kets from $25 to 45. These prices
are from $20 to $30 less than other
dealers are charging for the same
styles. No charges for embalming or
funeral services, and have no superior
in the city in this branch of the business
HARMON & WALCOTT.
For Christmas Fancy Work
Too will Had 'the Urgent line at Horn 4
Union Thanksgiving services will be held
in the Presbyterian ehnroh Thanksgiving
morning at 10:30. Rev. Kalb will preach
and all are Invited to attend the services.
A psir of gold framed spectacles on Wash
ington street, between the Methodist charoh
sad the west end of town. The finder will
please leave them at the store of John
All those who know themselves indebted
to the ti rm of Theisen 4 Hildred ou book ac
count aro requested to call and settle, eith
er by cash or note, on or before Jan. 1st,
1894. All those who fail to comply with
this, oar reasonable request, will find their
accounts in other hands for collection with
out any further notice, as onr books must be
straightened np once a year at least.
nov 23 6t Thus km 4 Hildbed.
The City Fathers.
The regular meeting of the oity council
was held Monday evening, with Yocke, Sam
se, Orwig and Reiser present. Mayor Meeki
son in the chair and Clerk Reynolds at the
desk. The minutes of last meeting read
and approved, and outside of a resolution
being passed to hare certain sidewalks re
paired and the street commissioner order
ed to sell those sidewalks which remained
not built, no other business was transact
ed. A Brntal Game.
Ray Carew, of the Toledo High Schoo
foot ball club, died Sunday morning, from
injuries which he received Saturday, in the
game between the Toledo club and the
Adrian college team which was played at
Adrian. Carew's neck was dislocated in a
scramble for the ball. This is but another
object lesson which goes to show the bru
tality of foot ball. It is a dangerous pastime,
as brutal and inhuman as prize fighting,
and the law should step in and forbid its
Our friend the Italian, who runs the fruit
store, has been missing small amounts of
fruit for several weeks past. Marshal Burns
was notified, and investigated the case. The
resnl t being the discovery that five or tix
small school boys had been the depredators.
As the boys were all quite young, Mr. Burns
took them before Superintendent Beck, who
administered a severe reprimand. The
youngsters admitted that they had been sys
tematically robbing the Italian for a good
while, and returned a considerable amount
of the stolen property.
That blood curdling article about a duel
being fought right here in our midst, (ap
pearing in Monday night's Blade) was a
hoax of the most gigantio sort. The writer
must have been one of those ery realistic
liars. If any dualistic scrap did take place
between the gentlemen named, Nature's
weapons mast have been need instead of the
keen edsed sword and bowie knife, for they
are both alive at this writing, and enjoying
as good health as ever, their anatomies be
ing free from any sword thrusts or bowie
The corn shockers of the northwestern
Uhio swamps are dismayed over the intro
duction of a steam corn husker and they are
sorrowful over their lost occupation. The
machine husks the corn and elevates it into
a wagon-box or other receptacle as desired,
and shreds the fodder and stalks and ele
vates it the same way a thresher does straw.
The owners are jubilant over the way it
does its work. The value of the fodder for
feeding purposes is said to be greatly in
creased by the shredding process, as the
stock will consume a much greater amount
of stalks, where the real nourishment is lo
oated, than would otherwise be eaten.
A $10,000 Judgment.
Oar fellow townsman, Wm. Sutherland,
has received a judgment for $10,000 against
the B. & O. railroad company, for the loss
of a leg.
The case of Sutherland vs. B. as O. R. R.
Co., commenced in 1882 and has been as
far as the United States Supreme Court, by
w hich it was remani'ed back to the common
pleas court of Huron county. This court
several years ago gave Mr. Sutherland a
judgment of $8,590, and the oase was again
taken before the Supreme Court, whioh last
week rendered a verdict in Mr. S.'s favor
for $10,000. Justice has been a little tardy,
but sure, and we understand the B. 4 O.
will pay the amount without any
further litigation. Mr. S. is to be con
gratulated upon his auooess in the legal
The Veterans Surprised.
Last Friday evening was the regular meet
ing night of the old veterans of Choate Post
G. A. R., and the last meeting before the
annual election. The old vets met as usual,
little dreaming of the pleasant surprise that
had been prepared for them by their sweet
hearts, wives, daughters and friends, en
gineered by the good women of the Ladies
Relief Corps. ,
When the business meeting was over, the
boys received a oordial invitation from the
ladies to step Into an adjoining room, where
they found the tables already prepared and
awaiting them, whioh were loaded with the
things that tiokle and whet the appetite.
While the surprise was oomplete, the boys
knew what they "were there for." and the
edibles disappeared accordingly.
' It was indeed a pleasant Oocasion. and if
the ladies were paid in no other way for
their trouble,' the pleasure and happiness
beaming from the countenances of the old
veterans as they ei joyed themselves, repaid
them ten times over. , ,
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A QUAIL HDNI SPOILED.
Mel via Elaermaa aad George Sharp
Appropriate Horae sad Buggy.
"Tad" Haly had made all arraogemeaU
for a hunting trip last Thnraday , having
gun, ammunition, etc., ia his boggy which
he left hitohed in front of Booher's meat
market. Upon bis return 10 minutes later,
he found the hitching strap eat, and horse,
buggy, and prospective hunt gone. "Tad"
had his suspicions, as to who the thieves
were, as two fellows, slightly intoxicated,
had tried to hire the rig of him to drive to
Malinta abont an hour before, and were
Marshal Barns was soon on the track of
tbs misereante, who had, as wss auepioioned,
taken the road to Malinta. He had only
gone a short distance, when the horse was
met coming home. With thieves, robe and
Having a good description of the fellows
the Marshal drove to Malinta Friday, and
returned with the culprits, who tarried oat
to be Melvin Eisermsn snd George Sharp.
In their hearing before Mayor Meekiaon
Saturday, the prisoners 'were fined $33 and
$28 respectively, which was paid and
they allowed to go.
We sell the best makes aod will not sell a
glove that dose not fit.
2t ' HoBMot NOBDKH,
New Court Cases.
The following new court eases have been
entered npon the Common Pleas Court
docket daring the past week:
Emma M. Hague vs. James B. Hague,
divorce and alimony.
Peter Lata vs. William D. Johnson and
Isabel! G. Johnson, civil aotion.
Choate Post O. A. R. Election of
On Friday evening, Deo. 1st, Choate Poet
will hold its annual election of officers for
the ensuing year. Every member in good
stsnding is requested to be present.
By order of
Henbt Koibs, Post Com.
C. E. Rsyholds, Adjutant.
Latest Style of Creasing Pants.
If yon want to be very, very swell nowa
days, yon mustn't crease yoor trousers with
a plebeao, ordinary create. If yon want to
do the thing right, to' be bang op and do as
they do ''in Luunen, you know" the trousers
should be turned inside out and then
creased. By this arrangement the crease
imparted is reversed and instead of stand
ing np is inverted and not so prominent
T bis idea is said to hare origintaed in the
fertile brain of the Prince of Wales.
At the residence of the bride's father,
George Clymer, living just north of town,
Henry Wiechmann was united in the holy
bonds of ma'trimony by Rev. D. F. Helmes,
to Miss Mary E. l.lymer. Both of the con
trading parties are of our best society. The
gentleman being one of our enterprising
young men, and the young lady ranked as
one of Napoleon's most charming daugh
The Nobxhwist unites with a large num
ber of friends in wishing the happy couple
joy and success in their future life.
- . A P litical Monstrosity.
Jerry Simpson and Senator Pfeffer will
have to step-hside. The Kentucky legisla
ture has a" more wonderful freak than they.
He is the Hon. Jeremiah Vardeman Cren
shaw, representative-elect from the Bullitt
Spenoer distriot He is illiterate and ignor
ant, and was elected solely to emphssize the
displeasure of the people over the defeat of
projected railway legislation. He never
rode on the oars, never saw an electrio light,
wears neither vest nor collar, is "agin"
railroads, taxes and turnpikes, believes the
"skale" teacher should "board 'round," and
that "gals should hoe corn." He will ride
to Frankfort on a mule, and the newspaper
colony is preparing for fun.
Notice to School Teachers and Par
ents. It is the duty of every teacher to see that
every scholai has the necessary books and
writing materials whioh will advance him or
her the most rapidly. It is some times of
great advantage to know just where you can
get these supplies. When the parents do not
know the teacher can usually advise them.
We have always found Saur Balsley's drug
and hook Store a very convenient place to
buy, for the reason that they carry a very
large stock nnd-one is almost sure to get
anything and everything usually wanted in
this line. Being large buyers they can bay
as low as anybody and in turn can and do
give their customers many bargains which
they could not secure elsewhere. Their aim
is always to sell everything in their line as
low as anyone else, and to give striotly first
Collector Hull Makes Some Appoint
" " ments.
Internal Revenue Colleotor Geo. W. Hull
has announced the following appointments,
to take effect on DtO. 1st:
L. H. Cunn ingham, bookkeeper, Lima.
D. W. Morris, cashier, Lima.
Harry T. Hull, collector's clerk, Toledo.
W. D. Blackma n, ganger, Toledo.
Division Deputies. First division, John
P. Man ton, Toledo; seoond division, An
drew Sauer, Defiance; third dlrinion, C. W.
Harris, (Seneca county), Bettsville; fourth
division, J. F. Shumate, (Logan county).
Storekeepers and gnagers. Sandusky, P.
T. McNurney, Sandusky; Troy.O. W.Tsmp
Deputy Stamp Agent. Sandusky, Chris
Itwiiibeseen that Henry county is not
in the shuffle, unless it oan be claimed that
W. D. Blackman is from this county. He
lived in Napoleon when he first went into
the revenue service, whioh has been many
years ago, and has remained in the service
ever since, through Repobliian as well as
Stati or Ohio, Cm or Toledo, I $$.
Lucas Coumtt, )
Fbamk J. CBBNEt makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Chen ei A Co., doing business in the City of
Toledo, Oonnty and State aforesaid, and
that said firm wilt pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Haix'sCatabbh Cubs.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and susoribed in my
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D.,
A. W. GLEASON,
' Notary Public. '
Hall's Catarrh Core is taken Internally and
acts directly on the' blood and muoous sur
faces of the system. 8end for testimonials,
F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O.
EsTSold by Druggists, 7So. lm
Big line of mens fine shoes,' at lowest
prioes at Geo. H. Rohrs 4 Bro's. 2t
Personal and Societj Notes.
Pleasant Mention of Oar Own aad
Miss Mary Soyder is visiting is Defiance.
L. D. Crooioger of Richfield was ia the
W. K. Dond of Defianoe wss ia the eity
Joseph Holme of Weaaow waw In the eity
John F raker, of Pleasant township, wss in
ths eity Monday.
J. W. Tanier, of Liberty township, wss ia
the eity Monday.
Miss Smith, of Ft Wayne, 1 visiting her
sister in this eity. '
George Tyler returned from his southern
trip this morning.
Mrs. C. E. Biggins, of Defianoe, spent
Sandsy in the eity.
L. J. Weaver and sons of MoClnre, were
in the eity Saturday,
Robert MoCaskey of Toledo was seen on
our streets last week.
Joaeph Baughmae, of Flatroek township,
wss in the eity Mondsy.
Ths Thompson sisters have returned to
their old home in Findlay.
A. Eisman, of Harrison township, was a
caller at onr office Tuesday.
Dr. and Mrs. Pierrepont will entertain on
Thursday evening of this week.
J. R. Lamb and daughter of Liberty Cen
ter were in the eiit Thursday last,
Fred. MoCaskey, of Toledo, was visiting
friends and relatives in the oity, this week.
R. W. Kelley.Sr., of West Milgrove, Wood
eounty, visited his son near Grelton this
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Flogaus have returned
to their home from a weeks visit in Ottawa
Geo. MeLain and wife of Fulton eounty
were guests st the home of J. B, Couch
Frank Heller, of Defianoe, and Sam. Hel
ler. of Toledo, spent Sunday with their
mother in this city.
Mrs. Phoebe Sohroeder left Wednesday
morning for an extended visit with relatives
in Havens, Nebraska.
Bribner Hudson, night witch for the O.
H. 4 1). Ry., at Toledo, spent several days
in Napoleon daring the past week.
Bro. Helfrich, of the Bowling Green Trib
une, was in the city Monday. While here
he gave oor sanctum a pleasant call.
Mrs. Robert MoCaskey, of Toledo, who
wss called here on account of the accident
and subsequent illness of her brother-in-law,
A. Imber, returned home last Monday even
ing. Mrs. J. Roller was called to Seneca coun
ty last week to sdminister at the) bedside of
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Martin Koller, who
hss undergone a serious surgical operation
performed at a Cleveland hospital. .
Misses Zella Blanehard. Tina Hengstler,
Gertrude Gorman, Ola Gorman, and Mar
guerite Gleason, Messrs. Frank Blanohard,
Ed. Sbellman aud Will Clemmons, of De
fiance attended the Cycling Club dance last
The Napoleon Fire Department will hold
their annual election on the first Monday
evening in December. All members are
requested to be present
Jos Honio.t, Sec -Mat.
Rkisxb, Jr., Chief.
Change on the Wabash.
The Wabash has again made a change in
its time table. Number 45, the St Louis
expreas, goes west now at 6:05 a. m., in.
stead of 6:56 a. m., as formerly, and num
ber 44, going east, the New York limited, is
changed from 8.03 to 8.56 p. m.
A meeting is now in progress at the M. E.
Churoh, which gives promise of a gracious
work of God.
It is being conduoted by the Conference
Evangelist, Rev. J. W. Donnan, assisted by
H. D. Forner, singer. We ask the co-operation
and prayers of all Christians. Let
very body oome. X
A Much Needed Society.
An organisation has been formed, in the
Huffman Hall, on the south side, called the
"Columbian Literary Society". Its object
is to promote literary work in general.
Its officers are W. H. Pontine, President;
S. E. Kelly, Secretary; O. Huddle, Treas
urer; B. Hartman, Sergeant at Arms; Earl
Grim, Editor. Trustees are D. A. Huddle,
Tillie Koch, and Rebeeca Biokford. Meet
ing every Friday evening.
During the school days, parents should be
very oareful of how they speak of teachers
before children. If there is any fault to be
found with a teacher by parents, it should
be talked of in private aud not in the hear
ing of the children. They are wonderful
imitators, and if they hear anything of the
kind, they very naturally will repeat it many
times, injuring the teacher and the pupils
most Teachers, as a rule are competent,
or they would not be employed. They have
a great responsibility on their shoulders,
and parent; should do all in their power to
help them, instead of to hinder. The sohool
year has just begun, and it wonld be well to
weigh these subjects carefully, oo operate
with the teaohers, visit the schools, encour
age both teachers and pupils in their work.
The result will be good work and better pro
Napolson, O., Nov. 22, 1893.
Received of E. Cowdrick, ' agent, net
amount of policy number 123,355, on life of
my late husband, Milton E. Heller, for
$2,000. Elizabeth A. Hkllxb.
How often do we see something like the
following going the rounds of the papers
"Mrs. Fannie Cram has sued the New York
Life for the amount of policy on her bus
band's life, as one premium was past doe
when he died." How different is the course
of the Mutual Benefit Mr. M. E. Heller
fai edtopay his renewal premium in this
company, April 10th, 1892. He also failed
to pay daring '93, yet shortly after the first
lapse, the company issued a certificate of
extended time, saying that in consideration
of the reserve value on this policy, (and
whioh every policy has), they would extend
the fall amount of $2,000, for 5 years and
174 days from April 10, 1892. I handed Mrs,
Heller',- to-day, a oheok for the above
amount (less two premiums only.)
Mobal e wist when you insure.
' E. R. Cowdbiox.
Napoleon, Ohio, Nov. 22, 1893.
Yon ean buy the best school shoes of ns
for $1.00 a pair.
2t ,. Nobdbh 4 Rbchs.
SHE IS GOING
TO GET HARRIED I
And her friendssboald
remember her on the
festal occasion and be
stow upon her rich to
kens of esteem.
WHAT A PITY!
it would be if her gifts
were not of the good
sort the kind you get at
JOHN H. FREASE'S,
The Reliable Jeweler,
A GRAND SUCCESS
Was the Ball Given by the NNC. C,
Last Wednesday Evening.
The winter seasos of the society birds in
Napoleon wss opened last Wednesdsy night
with a dance, given by the Cycling Club
This was the Club's first danee and to say
that it fairly outdid itself, ie patting it
The rink had been decorated especially
for the occasion with the colors of oor
wheelmen, and the eight as the young peo
ple took the floor for the first wsltx to the
inspiring strains of Jsokson's orchestra, was
truly an entrancing one. The dtcollelage of
the young ladies in harmony with the grande
tenue of the gentlemen, wss a picture whioh
could not soon be forgotten.
During the intermission, the couples were
taken to rooms of ths irfub, where John
Radelbaugh's elegant catering awaited
them. Ample justice was done to the many
toothsome things whioh loaded the tables.
But it seemed as if the one ory from the be
ginning to the end of the occasion was, "On
with the dance let joy be nnoonfined."
Among numerous foreigners were no
ticed: Messrs. Webb and Shellman, of De
fiance; Bliss, Torgler, Lock, , Pollman,
and Gates, of Toledo, and Hildebrand and
Seymour of Wauseon; Misses Sohnltz,
Blanehard. Hengstler and Shellman, of De
fiance, and Miss Smith of Ft. Wayne.
House to Rent
In South Napoleon. Enquire of Loretta
O. Miller. It
- Marriage Licenses.
George Poulson and Oddilia Klear.
Charles H. Keseler and Cora Laver.
William Yetter and Emma Rothenberger.
A 40 sere fsrm 2 miles from Napoleon on
Pike. Elegant buildings, 35 acres cleared:
terms reasonable. Call at J. B. pittenha
ver's real estatejagency and get particulars.
Don't Bob Any More.
Bobbing in danoing will not be seen this
season. Everything is to be glide with the
motion from the knee, not from the hips,
the weight of the body coming on the bsll
of the foot. The big sleeve tops, short fall
dresses and the long-tailed posts of the men
make it absolutely necessary to go slow.
The popular round danoe may be the "two
step," which is an old dance popular during
the? Seoond Empire, which can be danoed to
Henry County Farmer's Institute at
Liberty Center, Ohio, December
8th and Oth, 1803.
Friday, 9:30 a. m.
"The Business Side of Farm Life" John
'How Deep Shall I PIow?"-S. H. Todd.
Afternoon Session, 1:30 o'clock.
"The Farmer's Fruit Supply" John L.
Recitation Augusta Groff.
"Advantages of Farm Life" Malcome
Grookett, Grelton, Ohio.
Selection of Breeding Stock S. H. Todd.
Evening Session, 7 o'clock.
"The Farmer's Library and how to Obtain
it" John L. Shawver.
Recitation Grace Foncanon.
"The Right Time"-S. H. Todd.
Recitation Eva Burckland.
Saturday, 9:30 a. m.
"Farm Buildings, Their Cost and Conven
ience" John L. Shawver.
Recitation Lora Hackett.
"How to Make Hens Lay"-sS. H. Todd.
Recitation M ande Hackett.
Afternoon Session, 1:30 o'olock.
"Seed Time snd Harvest" John L. Shawver
"Temperance on the Farm" E. M. Hollo,
"Value of Early Maturity in Animals"
S. H. Todd.
Recitation Lawrence Conway.
Liieiy and Feed Stable.
(Sacceaaor to Rob't Foster.)
Will do a general livery and feed busi
Prompt attention to wants of farmers
aod transients In way of horse care.
Stables on west aide of Perry street,
next to Miller House.
Ten cords of good, dry, four toot wood.
Enquire at tins office. 2t
A good business property centrally located
in Holgate, Ohio, for trade for wild land or
farm property located In Henry County, O.
For p irtieolaraeall at the office of Cahill 4
Farm for Sale.
A well improved farm of 54 aeres, loeated
nine riveir nil o)ti UK i v e
bridge. Farm is tiled, containing nearly IS
scree of good oleaned up wood with sugar
cane. Has a good brick house, large barn,
granary, good water, wind pump, eto. It is
also within the Union Sohool distriot, yet
without the town corporation. Farm will
be sold on easy terms if sold oon. For in
formation inquire at this office or of R. E.
Nyswander. tep 21-6m
Stamped linens of alf kinds al Horn 4
Real Estate Transfers.
The following real estate transfers have
been recorded during the past week:
Henry Doroider to Henry Dire, 40 aeras
in eeotion IB, $200.
Chaa. Horndng to Jacob Hornung, 80
acres in section 5, $5,000.
I. G. Llnthieum to Lewie A. Linthieom,
40 aoras in section 29, $500.
J. W. Davis to Frank Davis, 41 acres ia
section 16 snd 21, $2,000.
J. W. Davia to Samuel Hoffman, 95 aeres
in section 16, $2,500.
J. W. Davis to James N. Davis, 80 acres
in section 16, $2,000.
Joeephine Dull to Elisabeth Oberly, 2S
acres in section 36, $800.
Dillie Pogh to Mason Beer, 41 aereein
section 19, $1031 .24
Franois B. Curtis to G. H. Hyde, 40 aeres
in section 31, $1,000.
Frederiok Baer to Carrie Jacobs, inlot 28
original plat, $1. n
Mary E, Delansy to Fannie Baer, inlot
201, original plat, $500.
' Florien Giauque to Msaoa Baer, west
lot 86, original plat, $20.61.
Jacob Gobelt to F. H. Short, west half
lot 19, $19,12.
Adolph and George Reddersen to George
Reddersen, inlot 35, original plat, $800.
Adolph and George Reddersen to Adolph
Reddersen, half of lot 77, Hill's 3rd addi
Adolph and George Reddersen to George
Reddersen, south half of inlots 9 and 10,
original plat, $150.
Grace D. Davis to Christina Davis, lot
131, original plat, $475.
G. H. Poulson to Ellen Livensparger,
half inlot 13, D. Ehrgood's 1st addition.
Fred Yackee to Barbara Beilharz, north
part lot 72, original plat, $150. ,
Peter Macklin, et. al. toWm. Harmon,
lot 96, MoClnre mfg. Co. addition, $160.
Levi Spangler to Geo. E. Bailey, lot 1.1
and parcel of laud south of lot 13, L. L.
Horn's sddition, $850. .
Cloaks, big lot of new cloaks this week at
Geo. H. Rohrs 4 Bro's. 2t
We have a large line of
trimmed Hats and Bonnets
for Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren at Kolbe Sisters. 2t
Is what we give to every customer, for
we lelieve the best advertisement pos-
sible is a tTian pleased with the Cloth-
investment clear through. He will come !
again and again, ' and his friends will
come too. We are not here for a day
or a month. . ,
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