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.. CHAKLES SHOEMAKER, .
Geo. Valentine's old place.
Horo Norden's (or veilings. 2t
MONEY TO LOAN '.
On first mortgage security at low rate of
interest. Partial payments reoeived and In.
- tenet stopped. Enquire at the law offioe of
"Tyler & Tyler, Napoleon. O. nov30-6m
- Great bargain! in' blaok dress goods at
"Norden 4 Brans. 2t
MoneytoLoanatB and T percent
M.KNDPP. Napoleon .O
To-morrow as usual
Horn & Korden'a.
buy kid gloves at
MONET TO LOAN AT 6 AND 7 PEB
CENT. 1 F. D. PEINTI8.
. f . Napoleon, Ohio.
A new No. 9 Wheeler Sc Wilson sewing
machine. Enquire at Nobthwist office. Jf
Look at the new Una of lace ourtaios, at
3nrlis. : , , j V 11
Good substantial and stylish home made
suits oan be had of Geo. Hahn, the popular
one price olothier.
Gloves, " mittens and knitt goods to
be closed out at half prioe.
2t obdex St, Bbuns.
Cash Paid For
Raw Furs .Hides .FellsandTallow.
tf - 8. L. Oubtis.
To-morrow buy ooreets at Horn t Nor.
den's. . 2t '
Booms on second floor of Nobtbwmt
building. Enquire at this offioe. .tf
Seventy-five cent corsets for EOo. Big
stock of all kinds, 25 percent, off, at Cur.
tis'. ' ' ' ' 'tf
Bradley is headquarters for all kinds of
garden seeds, wholesale and retail. tf
Go to Norden & Bruns for underwear, they
are selling them less than cost to olose ont.
606,000 feet of rough and dressed lnmbor
at Snyder Bros. Saw Mill. Cedar shingles
and all kinds of building material always, n
Ginghams 1 ginghams new ones.
2t Horn St, Nobdih.
The wise expenditure of money requires
thinking and planning. Be wise and buy
i your clothing and furnishings of Geo. Hahn,
the one price clothier. ' j tf
Mrs. A. E. Mann has removed her dress
making rooms to Mrs. Harriet Cary's fo
mer residence on sohool house street, tf
Big line of best queensware, off, at
.Cnrtis' Brand Brrgain House. ;, : tf
Ton will have no trouble about fits if you
buy your clothing of Henry Meyer. tf
Dr. E. W. Talbott will extract teeth with
ont pain by nse of Arophene, having seenrep
the r'ght of Dr. 0. A. Thatcher. tf
. Tea! Tea! Tea! .
The best 60c Tea in the State at the oldest
grooery store in the county. Try it.
tf A. Bbadlet.
Norden fc Bruns is the only plaoe where
yon can get line seal leather shoesaud war
ranted striotly waterproof. - 2t
If yon wish your work done by a praotioal
horseshoer and worker in iron, call on Billy
Sheffield, Deshler, Ohio. He has a repute,
tion for honest and artistic work whioh few
Al produota of the farm, field or forest,
can be sold at Onrtis' old stand. tf
J. R. Sayers Is agent for Dr. J. A. Drake's
amily medhjines. All medicines warrant
ed. ' " Dn. J. A. Diiak,
jnly21-tf Peb J.B.Satebs.
For yonr pure drugs and wall paper yon
should call on F. H. Voigt. of Holgate. All
goods at lowest prices. . tf
Ton oan save 60s on every pair of shoes by
going to Norden 4 Bruns. ,: ; ; : , : 2t
It is a good idea to langh and grow fat.
All persons who buy olothing of Henry
Meyer always have a pleasant emile upon
their countenances. Try it. tf
Always Cheapest For Same Grade
Painless extracting 2!ct s
. Silver Filling Mots
Gold Filling.-... ...... ...... ......v. 75ots
Gold crown.. f 7 00
Setof teeth ..M...... : ... $10 00
The above is not my high grade work, bnt
the very best for the prioe.
tf W. J. PiKBHEPtMT, Denteat,
.: ?;:" ' Bitzer Block.
V Don't buy any shoddy goods when yon oan
buy the bent calico and muslin at S cents
per yard at Norden St Brons. :. . 2t
'''rvV: Seed Mill.
i i The Clipper Seed and Grain Mill for sale
at A. Bradley's, j . ) ) If
Why not smoke the best when you can get
the "Ke-No" cigar fr So. Call for it and
you'll get it. '.. '.' , tf
Charge your memory with this faot, that
the greatest possible value in olothing,
(rents' furnishingshilts, eta., can be- had at
Uenry Meyer's. All the latest styleei , tf
Embroidies ud laoes great variety at
Horn & Norden's. , , jt
1 Barley. , (
The undersigned wilt bny barley during
the month of January only, and not later. .
janll-4t :' .'.'--J Napomo Baawno Co. ;
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Timothy and Clover and all other kind
: of seeds, at Bradley's. - '-i tf i
Everybody goes to Henry Meyer for cloth!
ing , where money (s saved yon and a good fit
and good goods guaranteed.'. Before baying
yonr winter olothing, 'call on him. , , tf ;
Hello, therel Where did yon get that suitf
Why, at Geo. Hahn'i of oourse. tf
' "Ke-No," an honest 5o cigar. Tall h it
at 1 you'll get it. Maty, tea centers don't
apt roach it. ' , ,.'., , i. j
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Belief Corps Sapper.
There will be a general supper served by
the Ladles Relief Corps in the G. A. B hall
Friday evening. Come and enjoys good
meal for 88 osnta. Supper from S:30 to as
late as desired.
Surprise Party. ;
About 80 of Geo. Reitunnd's friends gath
ered at his boms in Monroe township last
Saturday, and gave Mr. Reimond a pleasant
surprise when hs returned from town in the
afternoon. The ooeasion was Mr. R's 41st
birthday, and hs now thanks his friends
for the many useful tokens of regard whioh
were given him.
S Back Again,
Friends will be glad to weloome Johnny
Polkerback to Napoleon. He has purohased
Fred. Brinkman's interest in the boot and
shoe store, and has formed a partnership
witK Mr. Wtsthoven, the firm name now be
ing Folker ft Westhoven. Mr. Polker for
the past few years ha i been in the shoe busi
ness in Toledo and Detroit, whioh gives him
an experience in the boot and ehoe trade
which enables him to give inside figures to
customers. We wish him success in his new
venture. Mr. Brinkman remains in the
store, wl ere he has a general repair shop.
Changeln the Probate Judge's Office
On to morrow, February 9th, Probate
Judge Donnelly's term wilt expire, when he
will be succeeded by Hon. John V. Cuff,
who was eleoted last falU
Judge Donnelly retires with honor and
credit, he having msde a judge in every
sense of the term. No man has ever filled
the Probate oflloe in Henry oounty more
ably, impartially, conscientiously and fear.
lessly than Judge Donnelly. He has made
an excellent reoord for himself during his
six years' inoumbenoy, and in doing so has
not only retleoted honor Upon himself but
his party as well. We understand the Judge
intends returning to the praotioe of law ind
that he will open anoffise here in the near
future. The people regret to see him leave
the Probate office, but glad that be is to be
socoeeded by one so ably fitted for the posi
tion as Mr. Cuff, who goes into offioe with
the oonfidenoe and best wishes of the people
generally. That he will make sn upright
and just Judge none dispute, as he has all the
neoessary, requirements far the honorable
position to which the people hrve chosen
him. , '
miss Nome Brown is to he retained as
deputy in thepffloe, the position which she
has -so faithfully occupied during Judge
1 Phillip C. Schwab Dead
The announcement Monday morning of
the death of Phillip C. Schwab, of Pleasant
township, oast a deep gloom over his many
friends and acquaintances in Napoleon. The
'Squire bad been in the county seat a few
daya' before in bis apparent good health,
which made the announcement of bis death
ths more startling. .We understand his
death was caused from hernia of the abdo
men, and that bis suffering were not of long
Mr, Sohwab was well known throughout
the county and was one of the most promi
nent citizens in the. community in which he
lived. His fellow oitizens had honored him
with positions of truBt, and at the time of his
death he was a Justice of the Peace of his
township and one of the County School Ex,
aminers, a position which he had held for a
number of years with credit and abilty. He
was a devout member of theCatholio jbnrch,
being one of the maimtaya of the ohnrch on
the Sooth Ridge.
As a democrat be was uncompromising;
was always fonnd working for the advance
ment of his party, and was one of the best
known politician, in the oounty. His demise
will bo a great loss to the Democrats of
Pleasant township, as it is to the entire
He leaves a wife and a family to mourn
their loss. Peace be to his ashes. '
WHO GETS THE MONEY.
Orders Issued Upon
The following orders have been drawn up
on the oounty treasury for the week ending
W N Zierolf, viewer MoCabe road. . 2 60
Geo Russell, postage stamps . . ..... 14 80
H C Grosohner, hardware for Inf. . 87 84
H Baden A Bro., goods for pauper. 11 20
0 F Wiokenhtser, pt. pay. s. f.
Marion Tp.. 200 00
0 H Dittmer, expense taking child
ren O S Home... 12 80
A J Morrison, goo Js for paupers. ... 11 82
H E Stookman, expecsa removing
J S Haly, cor. and spec oon fees. . 10 25
" med. treatment for pauper. 9 86
D I Humphrey, medicine for Inf.. 8 10
D T Burr, sal. as com. for Jan..... 97 76
H Gathman, goods for paupers.... 9 84
Wm Samae, wood for paupers..... ' 9 60
L L Orwig, blanks for surveyor.'. . ; V 7"88
J W Hanna, indexinsfees :.. 151 8ft
A Hirseland, janitor sal.. ...... SO 00
Co. Mer. Co., goods for pauDer 2 43
' : . " 2 78
D P Hudson, feesditoh 762........ 20 00
Harmon & Waloott, repairs for inf. , 4 73
Waggoner St, Pender, goods for pan. 18 46
M J. Marvin, med. treat, pauper.. 5 06
Norden St Bruns, good for pauper..- 10 67
M J Rogeia, bal. on bridge.. ;. ,-. .. ' 52 89
J 0 Jones, wood for pauper..;... .. a 26
D O Brown, olerk fees 71 80
J W Cramer, ice for county. 87 40
Wji Satnse, oil for ocurt house.... 8 83
Security Co., Int. on bonds. . ....... 1300 00
M .VaUghair (clearing out ditoh..T. 8 60
L L Orwig, pub. del. list . ... ..... . . 879 68
0 T Durbin, ad. pay. s. f. Damas. v
cnsTpv!i:.,.k,..iA:.:...v,.i. boo oo
Chat Evers, part pay pub del. list.. 179 68
F D Priotis. J. P. fees. .:; 10 70
E E Deoker, jail bill..:...., ....... 86 68
J H Resh, and. sal. for Jan.... .... 134 84
F D Printis, I. P. fees.... 12 87
Ohas. Rostetter, spec. con......;,.. ' 8 27
Tomorrow as usual buy kind gloves at
Horn Sc, Norden's. -' . - 2t ;
Jas. Svilaon, of Standley, was in the oltv
Wednesday. ' ' " : " .a
A.nd Henry County News
u uouaay Deputy BherlQT Thtaeea re
paired to ths boms of John Kiunder in
Pleasant township, near Holgate, to sell
soma personal property whioh bad been
levjed upon by execution. When hs arrived
st bis destination hs was met by the old
man with s rifle, the son with s revolver, and
tbe old woman with a good sized club, and
threatened with bodily harm if he at
tempted to remove ths property.
, ids veputy thereupon showed bis au
thority for proceeding with the sale bnt ths
Klonde.'s eouldn't see it in thatlight, and
threatened to kill him if he tooohed tbe
property. The sale was made all the same,
but the purchasers were notallowd to re
move the property, tbe rifle, revolver and
club protecting it as against ths deputy and
Mr. Thiesen, valuing hi lite as far super
ior to that of tbe property, returned home
sod swore out a warrant for the I arrest of
the parties for resisting an officer, and tl e
additional oharge against the male mem.
bers of the family with pointing fire aims.
Etrly Tuesday morning, Sheriff Decker,
Deputy Thiesen, Clerk Brown and a num
ber Of others, well armed and' provided with
the necessary papers, visitedjthe Klundt-r
place, oaptured their prisoners and safely
housed them in the .county jail. They were
given a hearing before 'Squire Printis yes
terday, when Kiunder pled guilty to tbe
oharge of resisting an offloer and was fined
20and costs. The mother 'pled guilty to
her charge of assault and was fined f 10 and
costB. Both of these fines were paid. The
son will have his trial for resisting an officer
on ths 28th, hs aeing released on $600 bail. '
The Klunders have the repotati 3n of be
ipg a little reckless with fire arms, and this
occurence is not the first time they threat
ened to shoot. In fact it is reported that
the elder Kiunder shot and killed a man in
the qld country! They are evidently a tough
Dance In K. of P. Hall.
The Ladies Relief Corp will give a select
dance in the K. of P. hall on Friday even
ing. Best of mueio will be pressent. Tick
ets, (1 per couple, including supper, served
in G. A. R. hall.
All Overcoats, Mens'
lhan regular prioes. The assortment contains many fine Overooata and Di
eters, on whioh you oan make a saving of one-fifth of former prices ' '
and get as choice a selection as at auy time during the season. ,
Boys Overcoats Ulsters . 5
Underwear and all Winter Goods
Of all styles, one-fifth less than former price. Remember, we give foi every
. Five Dollar porohase one chanoe on the following four prizes :
'One $75.00 Top $ugc,
-One 65:00 Olds 2-horse Waaon.
Also with every $16.00 purchase we give you one of our new CANE WHIPS.
A. J. VANDENBR(EK, Propr.
Perry Street. "" One door South of Spengler's Grooery.
Number and Nativity of County In.
A tabulated statement covering the popu
lation of the comity indrmiries of the Stale
for the forthcoming annuul report of the
State Board of I harities Mis been prepared
by Clerk Byers, from whioh the follow iug
tore are taken:
lotal number of inmates remaining in the
infl.maries September 1st, 1892. 7,817; tola!
for the year, Inoluding the above figures,
were 13,806; number r. maining Se, tember
1st, 1893, 7,801; number of births in infirm
aries, 194; number o deaths, 1,062.
'the can es of pauperism s ow, 1,005 dis
abled bydisease 170orippled, 183 deformed,
185 blind, 197 insane, 486 epileptics, 647 idi
ots, 2,811 disabled by old age, and, 1,016 not
disabled from anyoauBe. The table giving
the nativi'y of the inmates shows that- 3,906
were born in Ohio, 988 in other states, and
2,122 foreign born. The number of children
remaining in the county infirmaries con
trary to law is 232.
After a long illness, George Parker sno-
combed to the grim reaper. Death, Tuesday
morning at 5 o'clock. Mr. Parker was aged
49 years and 10 days. Be had been a suffer,
er from stomaoh trouble for many years,
whijh disease finally developed into paraly.
sis. The funeral services were held from
the deceased's home, . Wednesday morning
at 10 o'olock, Rev. Ealb officiating. '
Yesterday was Ash Wednesday .. -V. ' '
Mrs. John Lavt r, of Liberty Center, spent
yesterday in thisoity. . ', V
Ths best 5c unbleachtd muslin you oan
find at Horn 4 Norden's. 2t '
Babeooa Wilkinson, of Brownavsller.Ind..uya
"I have been In a dlttreufd condition for ttane
years from Mervoniners, Weakncnor tho Stom
ach, Dyspepsia and Indigestion ddiII nyhvalui
was cone, I bad been doctoring constantly with no
MMef. 1 bought one bottle of Sontb Amerlcu
Nernne, which dooo me more food than auy t-M)
- u. w ui.i ,u mj me. i would
panon to nse tills rsluabln
completely. 1 consider It tbe ifrsodent medlclce
In the-wortd." Warranted lbs most wooderml
stamach and serve rare ever known. Trial bottle
Uotata. Sold by D.i . Humphrey, Nsooleon, O.
iud,j iciucuj t- m imw ooniee ox ic bss nmri in
The Newton and Hlnell case that
was heard before Squire Dunbar w
appealed to a higher court, ' "',
Bergstedt & Co. Iyer hauled op be
fore the Mayor ud Saturday, , on the
charge or selling liquorto minora, and
were fined $25. ':
Attorney 'Jas. Donovan, of Napoleon
was la the city lastwck, In tbe In
terest of J. Newton'; . r -j-' . ,
L. K. Parker was In JImler last week
ou business. ' ' . . -
Dan Barhlte has j-etiirhed from
Paulding, where Ue was called as a
witness last week.' '
Wm. Aurand of Ahtbanoa, Is visiting
his sisters, Mesdames Denplson and
Shearer. . '
Miss Audra Fredericks left fqr Moots
Monday, where she goes to till the
positioo of assistant in the postatftce.
Miss Olle Hayse was a guest of John
Hayse on Sunday. " -
Wm. Pacy, who has, oiren qulteeick
for some time, Is able to betabojit again.
Geo. Llnndoffer has purchased the
old fcboolhouse property, and contem-
templates building a line residence
thereon in the near future.
The little folks held a surprise party
at the honw of Master itiilll H Hayse on
Saturday evening, In honor of his 13th
birthday. Quite a large number were
present and a pleasant- evening was
spent In games and playi Air report a
good time. 7 ; '
, , GEELTON.," 'v
' The Methodists held their second
quarterly meeting Saturday and Sun
day, Presiding Elder Pope offlclatlng.
The protracted effort Jn 'this place b
still in progress, some twenty have been
converted, , seven, have joined the
church on probation. '
J. M. Sutter has moved on the E. M,
Huilii(iet r fnrm, nns milp niv! a half
north of tow n, where he Intends fol
lowing truck farming ana raising, ber
ries. , " , ;
Mr. Seiner and family from Seneca
Co., have moved into the house which
was made vucaut by Mr. Sutter's re
moval. Death has entered our little town;
last thursday Mr. Charles Burson was
hurried. Mr. Burson was foreman of
the Dewy Stave Factory at this place
and waswell liked by all. . This morn
ing we learned Mr, Corualia was dead.
Mr. Cornalia was a stave jointer. Both
parties died with that dreaded disease
' Yesterday while Peter Carrol, the
youngest son of Thomas Carrol, was
hauling corn to Mallnta, he attempted
to pick up some corn that rolled off
the wagon, in dating so the wagon ran
over him, breaking his leg. .
Last Saturday evening; beer itnd
wh iskey got , j u Jts work at. Wal kers
saloon, and for a while it looked as if
there was going to be a serious fight,
.but it all blew over.
Out merchant is storing' ice for the
summer, as be expects ta go into the
butter trade. c ..
A frleudshin party is to be held at
the borne of Ed. Stulce ou Tuesday.
He Is to remove to Delaware county in
a few riayfyaud the party is given to
show our esteem. AH bate tp see him
go, as he is well t hought of. May good
luck follow him. v , , ; '
' Uncle Tom Miller is lying quite low
thrSS'wriliiigf.'.Old ge U the cause.
He istttroid Mexican soldier, and the
only one In this vicinity. . ,i ,. r I;
Mrs. Rifty is improving, . ... .
: fiay Smijtb's twjns .re quite sick
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with lung fever. There Is something
strange regarding these children, for
when one is sick the other invariably
is sick with the same complaint.
Howard Spangler of Hamler was on
our streets Sunday. He was a guest of
bis father-in-law, A. H. Foote.
Mr. A. Eochte visited Deshler Fri
Taliey one more for Collemback. an
even dozen now, Its a girl.
Eev. Woodruff Ib holding a big revi
val at the Olive Branch church, west
of town at present.
Mr. Hudson and Miss Anna Clark of
Bowling Green called on Miss Ina
Bea verso n Sunday.
Dave Bouker of Liberty Center was
in town Saturday.
Sammy Foltz was among the Toledo
Mrs.L. S. Woodruff was summoned
to the bedside of her consumntlvA
moth-er in Tontoga&y Wednesday.
Protracted meeting which has been
In progress in the M. E. Church for
the past Ave weeks came to a close
Sunday evening, leaving twenty-two
converts. Bev. Lucy will now com
mence ills meeting at the Bethel.
, The EpworthLeague was reorganized
Monday evening by Rev. Lucy.
John Shaner of Maynesfield, O., was
in Deshler last week visiting his uncle
Wm. Shaner whom he had, never seen.
He will return in a few days and assist
his uncle in the feed store.
William Critlcott, a prosperous farm
er of Milton township, Wood Co., O.,
was the guest of F. H. French and
family one day last week.
Matt Gray and wife of McComb were
in-town Monday and Tuesday of last
week, tbe guests of Matt's parents.
Anna Gray who has been quite sick,
AlBlakely.oneof Bartlow township's
trustees, took Mrs. Thompson, art old
lady over to lite infirmary last week;
she has a son living here who. it
U said Is a. good stave cutter, and cin
aid; does command good wages, but
coul 1 not spare any time to look aft- r
his mother's wants. .'
Maitin L. Groff and wife, and 1m
S.rarta and wifa of Wnaton. f).. Mr.
ifagtti Bald Win and Richard Hath way
, yf ljinia, sister and nephew- of Mrs.
brother-in-law, Daniel Heller. The re
mains were interred in Wood Lawn
cemetery west of town.
Jeff Edwards and Dan. Donovan
have returned from their trip to Ala
bama and Florida.' At the latter place
Jeff saysjthey saw hundreds of orange
trees loaded with oranges.
Wm. M.' Meeker and wife returned
from Jackson Center, Shelby Co., where
they have been speuding tbe winter,
Mr. Meeker putting in most of his time
working at his trade as a carpenter, and
be is a good one.
The K. of P. Society gave a social
on Tuesday evening the 6th, in their
hail over John Greblill'a store, it was
quite a swell affair.
The Ladies Mite Society of the Pres
byterian church will meet at Mrs. J.
C. H. Elder's next Wednesday after
The revival meeting at the M. E.
Church still continues and takes fresh
interest daily.' All meetings are large
ly attended, and on Sunday evenirgs
the church has not seating capacity
sufficient to seat all those that attend.
Rev. Simms is now being assisted by
Mr. I. N. Fisher who. has a cultured
voice and leads the singing.
Our saloon men are harvesting their
ice crop, they are getting their Ice from
tho resevoir owned by the B. & O., and
C. H. & D. R. R. Companies.
The 5 year old mm of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Davis died Suuday morning at 2
o'clock of lung fever. Servicex by Rev.
Shafer of Weston at the Presbyterian
church, the remains were interred in
Bel more cemetery.
Daniel Heller aged 87 yearn and 8
months died at 3 o'clock last Tuesday ;
inoriung. . He has been a respected I
citizen of Milton Center and Deshler
u early 50 years; he was a conslstant
christian, and a member of the Disci
ple church several years. He finally cut
loot-e from them aud as he said but a
short time! ni;o he took the ' Bible
for his church. He leaves a wife, two
daughters and one son.
There is considerable sickness in aud
about Deshler. Several cases of measles,
Gus. and Mrs. Aubery's tittle 3 year old
girl has beeu very sick but is Improvi
ng how. ; "
It is reported that Anna, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gray, is very low,
having got a fall and sustained Internal
Injuries that may terminate fatally.
Quite a number are down with the
Our business houses are having a
very good trade. , Stafford Bros, say
they have shipped over 76,000bushelsof
corn within the last three months.
' We will have an elevator in Deshler
ready to handle corn and email grain
by tbe first of Augott, 1894. .
Our new feed store Is run by William
ShaneT and is having a good trade. '
:;N'V;"''i . Gabk.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Florida, Feb. 2. Mr. Fred Duffev's
wife gave him quite a surprise Jan
28th, It being his 87th birthday, by in
vltlng a large number of friends to
their home near Florida There were
quite a number from Harrison town
ship where they formerly resided. Tbe
tauie was loaded with good things and
ne received quite a number of fine
presents. The young folks had a merry
time on tbe ice while the old folks
enjoyed themselves socially until time
to go borne, all departing wishing him
mauy happy years to come.
One who was There.'
DeafnessCannot be Cured
by local applications as tbey cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There ia
only one way to enre deafness, and that ia by
niu.iuiu muinuM. nearness is oansed
" iiiuauieu oonauion or the mucous
ining of the Eustachian Tube. When this
'UDe gets mnamed you have a rumbling or
imnriug, ana wnen it is entirely
cloned, Deafness is the result, and unless the
inflammation oan be taken out and this
juue resiurea wj its normal condition, hear.
ing will be destroyed forever; nine cases
ont of ten are caused by catarrh, whioh is
ia uuming out an innamed condition of the
m noons surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Der.fness (caused by catarrh)
that oannot be cored by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for oircnlars free.
- J?HENEV CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 7o. i ln
OHIO LEGISLATURE. . '' ; . '
, Thursday. ... . s '
HoUBK Bills passed: -To- change the
name of lnxnne asylums to hospitals;-) ab
propriate. 3;42,o7.50 for . the support
of common schools for two years, in
accordance with the biennial session
plan; to appropriate leoO.OOO on funded
debt and W45.000 interest on irreduci
ble debt for same purpose. Dills intro
duced: Repealing the Wcltael street
railroad law; providing that three,
fourths of a jury In civil cases may
.cvuiu a miuiuh rrpeuung me weitzel
law and providing that municipalities
may own their own streetcar tracks; add
ing all song bird to list of protected -birds;
requiring accident insurance companies to
deposit $100,000 guarantee with the insur
ance commission; authorizing town
ship trustees to require recipients
of relief to perform labor on- pub
lic works if physically able; per
mitting the holding of one dog exempt
from taxation by beads of families and
nxing a graded tax on . all others;
to include finding of courts of equity in
revision cases; to abolish the office of
swamp land commission; providing
that women may become notaries public;
amending Section B of the Boxwell law so
that town school boards shall pay the
tuition fee of graduates; to prevent vendors'
liens of real estate in Ohio.
Senate Bills introduced: Providing
that in case tbe general assembly adjourns
sine die this year the members shall not re
ceive any salary next year; requiring in
mates of insane, blind, deaf and dumb,
epileptic aud imbecile asylums to
pay $100 a year when able. Bills
passed: Requiring foreign life insur
ance companies to have an agent in each
county to receive payments, premiums; al
lowing notaries public living in municipal
ities which lie in two counties to protect
commercial paper and take acknowledg
ments anywhere within the limits of the
municipalities. House bills: Allowing
securities on tbe bonds of per
sons accused of crime to withdraw bonds
and requiring prosecuting attorneys to is
sue warrants for rearrest of accu8ed;lncreas
ing penalties for violittion of civil rights
law; allowing sheriffs tj summon jurors
during vacation of courtaby mail.
HOUSE Bills introduced;
fees to be paid to the secretary of state; ap
propriating to the Ohio State university
the money arising from the special levy un
der the Hysell law; amending the game
laws; amending Section 845 to give county
commissioners the power of bring and de
fending all suits iii law and miit,v involv
ing injury to any public road, bridge or
are the three
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BESATE-an, introduced: Making it an
oftense to forge abstracts of title; al&wtng
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w intion ior aiasoluuoiv
v.PT E-CI!n da7 ' the Wilson tariff
bill debate. 1 he galleries were crowded to
their utmost capacity. The closing debate
was opened by Kx-Speaker Reed. He was
followed by Siwuker Crisp. The final
speech was made by Representative Wil
son, author or the bill. The vote upon ths
income tax proposition (taken in connection
with the internal revenue amendment)
stood 18 3to 60. Only 12 Republicans voted
upon this proposition seven for and five
against, The vote on the final passage of
tbe bill waa a surprise :4 to 140 IT Dem
ocrats and one Populist voting against it.
Senate Senator Hill presented resolu
tions of the New York legislature congrat
ulating tbe president on bis abandonment
of his Hawaiian policy and protesting
against the Wilson tariff bill. The bond
question was again taken up, and con
sumed the rest of the time until adjourn
ment. The principal speeches of the day
were made by Senator Stewart and. Sena
tor Allison, both of whom contended tho
secretary of tho treasury had no power to
Issue bonds for other purposes than redeinp-
House The debate on the Hawaiian
matter began In the house. Speeches were
made by Mr. MoCreary and Mr. Hitt, tie
former supporting the policy of the adm'n
istratlon aud the latter denouncing It Mr
Blair of New Hampshire offered, in the
shape of an amendment, a resolution iu
favor of the annexation of the Hawaiian
Senate Nothing of Importance was
House Tbe Hawaiian debate was con
Senate The federal elections bill, dis
cussion was continued.
House The Hawaiian debate was con
tinued. ' Tuesday.
SENATE Federal elections bill consid
ered. HOUSE Hawaiian discussion continued.
Harriet IE 11.11 nf n.mtut... ta . ...
owe my life to tbe Great South American Nerllne.
I had been in baed for Ava mnnih, r.. .....
of an exhausted slomaoh. Indigestion, nervous
prostrallon sod a general sniftered oondttlon of my
whole system. Had glvon op all hopesot (retting
well . H ad tried three dootnrs with no relief. The
flrst bottle of loe Nervine Tonio improved me so v
much that I was able to walk about, and a few bot
tles onred me entirely I believe it Is the best
medicine In tbe world. T oinnntMrnmi.. t.
to hiKbly." bold by D. 1. Humphrey. Nspo-
n, u. Aug.lO ly.
m ROUGH THE ICE.
Nearly 800 Colored Converts Baptized ina
Canal at Indianapolis,
Indianapolis, Fob. 6. The extraordi
nary spectacle of an outdoor baptism in
midwinter was witnessed Sunday along
the banks of the canal. The converts,
numbering nearly 200, were the fruits of
a colored Baptist church in the West '
End. The ice was cat sway so that the
candidates could be let down into the
water, and for several hours the enthusi
asts lined the banks, shouting, singing
and praying. Occasionally a timid con
vert would shiver and hesitate, as the
ley cold water touched his quivering
flesh, but the cry of the good old
brethren and sisters, "Get religion; get
the true faith and the water will be
warm," re-enforced their resolution and
there was no further hesitation.
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