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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST. NAPOLEON. O. APRIL 26. 1894
--.. In It Woret Form --
, Life Almost a Burden
A Glorious Chang Du Solely t
- Hood's Sareaptullla.
' ' ," taw, Ohio. j
Catarrh U constitutional disease, and there,
fort It can only bet cured- by eoustrtatlona
remedy Ilka Bood'i SaraaparUIa. Bead what It
did or Mrs. Zing, concisely expressd la her
ewn voluntary words i. -"
C. I. Hood A Co., 'Lowell, Mass. :
Gentleman From grateful heart I write
what year grand medicine. Hood's Sarsaparllla,
has done for me. Fire bottles cured ma of
catarrh In Its worst form. I think It was only a
Butter of time, when It would have ended In
1 Bronchial Consumption.
I can scarcely realize wherein a few months ago
life was almost a burdea, sick and dlsoouraaod.
now I am Wall swat Bifir, gaining flash
and a new being. And all owing to Hood's Sa
saparilla. I will never be without It Yours
gratefully. Mm. Class Koto, Geneva, Ohio
Hood's Pills curs liver Ills, Jaundice, bU
tousness, sick headache and constipation, sac
Biennial ists and Perennlalists
TITHES WILL ADJOLRXXEST COME.
The Bonsa Say 3Iy 14, lint the Senate
May Prolong; tho Session Somewhat.
i The House Appropriation Bill 1170,000
Larger than tU Estimated Baoe.pt.
Swamp Laud- Local Option.
1 ' Columbus, O., April 24.
The biennial ists and the perennialiste
are still clashing, but the former in the
house seem to be on top, while their op
ponents in the senate, having control as
they do of the finance committee of that
body, hare the advantage in that body.
The house has passed a resolution to ad
journ on May 14, sine die, but the senate
may add a week or two to that date, by
way of getting even with the house for
insisting on biennial sessions. The aver
age time for adjournment each year for
the past 13 years is April 21. If the
Seventy-first general assembly should be
here until June 1 it would be putting in
but five weeks more than usual, with no
session next year. This would not be a
bad record. H an adjournment should
be brought about on the Hth, as oontem.
plated by the house resolution, the record
would certainly be one to be proud of.
The senate finance comniittett after six
weeks' consideration of the appropriation
bill is only ready to report. The house
finance committee has reported the ap
propriation bill for the second year, and
the senate will have to lose no time in
beginning its consideration. It has taken
just twice as long as necessary to con-
, aider the first bill, but
Jfovr That the End Approaoliea
and the farmers are anxious to get back
to their work, the house is getting in a
very poor humor to be fooled with,
Some of the leading spirits suggest that
house pass the appropriation bills,
1.... khe senate up with all the impor
tant bills, then refuse to pass any senate
bills except local bills, and adjourn every
three days, so that the whole state may
know where the blame for delay lies.
The house. has already gone through
with a great part of this program. With
the passage of the second year's appro
priation bill today most of the important
bills are through the house. Last week
the house passed the bill to issue $500,000
In certificates of indebtedness to take
care of the over-appropriations that have
been accumulating for nine years. It
passed several revenue bills, such as the
bill to tax foreign corporations that in-
corporate in West Virginia for a nominal
sum and then come into Ohio to do busi
ness; the bill to impose an excise tax on
express companies, and a bill to tax
leepingcar .companies on their capital
stock and receipts. These bills are now
in the senate, so that that body has
plenty of heavy material upon which to
.work. ..When the second year's appro
priation bill is added to the list the sen'
ate and its finance committee will have
plenty to do to keep them both out of
mischief, and yet if there is a disposition
on the part of the upper house to get the
, work dona there is
Not Too Much to be Done and ana
The house appropriation, bill for the
current year has been increased about
(100,000 in the senate,, which is about
$75,000 in excess of the receipts, as eati.
mated for this year, exclusive of any
revenues to be derived from any. of the
new bills now being considered or the in
heritance tax bills, now passed. It will
.be difficult to estimate what the reve.
noes will be under the inheritance tax
bills, as those who have- the returns to
. make have 18 months in. which to make
them, after which the fights will prob
- ' ably come in the courts: There is every
, likelihood of there being very little to come
' in turner these new laws for a year and
a half or two years, and ,
-What Uie Amount Will be Is Bard to
J . ;:!-;: y-fr (: Determine
The corporation tax bill passed by the1
; house, above referred to, will bring in
iprobably $ 100,000, beginning. almost im-
"mediately., ). The express company excise
bill may bring in 10,000 and tho sleep
ingcar bill $20,000,. making $150,000 al-
together, under these three bills., If the
.. inheritance tax laws, do as well in the
nsst year aa thsae theie will be a revenue
of f300,C00, which em be need for new
buildings. Then there is the KichoU j
law, that is expected to turn ia a large
sum from the telerayh companies. It
is alroady turning in 25,000 a year front
the express companies, one telegraph
company and the tuu-Pcae companies.
The chances are very iair for a revenue '
to the state of $4,0 0.003 a year from
now on,, and that sum is very ne:ssary
to tate caie of the staU institutions and
the governitiental doyartinL-ntg. ,
Bepreser.tativ Cannon cf . Hamilton
had the same jo5e played on fcim that
Kdpfesentative Dbdga did two years ago,
the jscly Cifferecce being that .Mr. Can
non brought the trouble needlessly upon
his own bead. Two years ago Mr. Dodge
mtrodnced a certain joint resolution pe
tttioning congress to do certain things in
regard to " .
The Swamp Lands of the State.
The house amended the resolution to do
tho very opposite from what Mr. Dodge
wanted done and it . went, through both
houses and to congress that way, all the
time having Mr. Dodge's name upon it
as author, but requesting congress to do
jtist what Mr.' Dodge 'didn't want done.
This year Mr. Cannon knows how it ia
himself, only it's his own fault that he k
in the boat that he now finds carrying
himself down the legislative stream.
Two months ar he distinguished him
self by introducing a resolution to recess
on the 31st of March until next January,
thus knocking in the head the biennial
lession idea. He thought he saw a way
to fame, so he made motion to relieve
the finance committee of his resolution,
and succeeded in doing it. , This seemed
to intoxicate him with joy, and he moved
to amend and make the resolution a
special order. This went through all
right, and then the biennialists set up a
little job on Mr. Cannon. They drew up
an amendment that took out of the reso.
lotion all except the resolving clause and
inserted enough words to make it a
straight sine die adjournment resolution,
with the date fixed at May 14. This
amendment went through with a whirl,
and the resolution was adopted. Thus
Mr. Cannon's resolution still bears his
name, but it declares to do soinething
the very opposite from what he wanted
dona. , He didn't even vote for his own
resolution. The house hasn't got through
laughing at the member from Hamilton
county yet And he hasn't yet deterr
mintd just where the missis struck him.
The Member From Knox County
now goes by the name of "Optionary''
Welsh. In a speech the other day he
tried to use the word "optional. " In
stead he said "optionary." He knew
better himself, and it was only a slip of
the tongue, and when he was accused of
making the "break" a few minutes after
he indignantly arose to a question of
privilege and denied that he had used it,
which made the affair all the funnier.
After he had been told something less
than 50 times that he had really used the
word "optionary" he acknowledged that
it wae a joke on him.
Important Inraranoe Bill.
The house passed an- important insur
ance bill the other day. It provides for
a uniform system of insurance contracts
to be issued by all firs insurance com
panies doing business in the state of
Ohio. There are so many different kinds
of contracts now in existence that the
companies use the discrepancies and dif
ferences to their own advantage. ' If this
bill goes through all contracts will read
the same, so that if an insured person
reads one policy he will know just what
all hia policies contain.
Woman's School Snffrage.
The committee on elections has agreed
to report favorably the woman's school
suffrage bill, and they will try to get
a special order. If this can be done it ig
thought the bill will pass.
The great fight this week is the con
tinuation of the struggle over the Haskell
local option bill. . This measure has not
gained in strength since it was post
poned. It has been carefully Btudied by
many members who did not look it over
before because they thought in some
way it would not be forced to a vote,
But many of these members have been
studying the bill since two weeks ago,
when it first came up, and they find
many faults with it. First they say if
the measure should be found to be nn"
constitution -1 the repeal of the local op
tion laws mat we now have would be a
calamity, yet this bill provides for such
a repeal, and even v if the other portions
of the bill were found defective a straight
repeal of the present local option law
would not be defective. Then others
complain at the amendment that was in
jected by a Democrat, to petition the
county commissioners every two year8
for a vote on the question. The county
commissioners have nothing to do with
elections. Then others object to the
county local option part on the ground
that that is too much like prohibition,
which can not be enforced, in the towns,
though the towns might be easily voted
by the townships of the county. Others
find other smaller faults, and the ene
mies of the bill have been busy pointing
out these defects in the past two weeks
The friends of the measure have not
been very active, at least not so as to be
noticeable. It is the judgment of the
most experienced observers not only
among those opposed to the bill in ques
tion, bnt among those who want the bill
to become a law, that its time for get
ting through the house is past. If it had
been better managed the first day it
came up. 1 it could have been forced
through with a vote of perhaps 60 or 05,
but every minute's delay since then has
proves disastrous to the bill itself. Of
course if it should pass the house it
would have to get through the senate,
and it would have to travel much the
same road there that it has in the hnnsa.
It will take a hard fight to get it ont of
the committee in the senate, and then
there are some senators from temperance
counties who will fight the bill from the
start. One senator says that it' "heads-I
win,-tails-rou-Iose" sort of a bill, and he
proposes to help kill it. "It looks to
me, said he the other day, "that it's all
right to deal the curds from the bottom
of the deck, provided- the Lord's people
get the cards thus dealt" The senti
ment in tha senate is moss gg;tit the
enrtnan m me-nonet- xnerr ajuies in
the question of bine. Adjournment is
coming along at a rapid pace, and thosa
who might want to delay ajjoornnient
will be willing to hurry it up if they see)
the Haskell bill cominc their way. Pos
sibly the Haskell bill will result in an
earlier adjournment and one on the bien
nial plan, so that the -people will get
some good ont of the bill even if it is not
enacted into law. The bill hasn't over
one chance ia five of becoming a law
The day it was brought up in the house
it had tour out of rive. Lack of proper
and quick-witted management ou the
part of those having it in charge changed
the conditions as above indicated. Par
liamentary tri zla are very handy to have
boss lot local ouoon.
House Eroreln's house bin unendlno?
the Workman school law was passed Su
to 19. Hunter's aleepingcar bill was de
feated and Griffin's passed. It will yield
about 113,000 annually. A bill was passod
imposing a taz of S per cent on gross re
ceipt of express companies, and another
taxing foreign corporations one-tenth of I
per cent on their aapital stock.. After a
spirited clash a biennial session resolution
was adopted, and May 14 fixed tor the day
for adjournment sine die.
Senate The Paxton bill to repeal the
Strehli street railway law was defeated.
The house bill providing for Instruction la
clay working at the Ohio State university
was paused after being; amended so aa to
include instructions in cement making,
glass working and manufacture of wu
ficial stone. The McBride house bill ex
tending the jury commission law to every
county in the stats was mada a law. Tho
senate also adopted Ruehrweia's house
resolution authorizing the governor to ap
point a commission to meet wily a lik
commission from other states and prepare
uniform laws governing marriage, di
vorces, bills of sale, etc., in aQ the states.
Vr ' . . Friday. ''
SEJtATB Bills nassad: Retralatlnn- fore
closures on small loans on chattel mors
gages; allowing municipalities to issue im
provement bonus from time to time as they
are needed: increasing retail dealers' tax oa
cigarettes from 1100 to $250 a year which
is intended to prohibit the sale of cigarettes
and not to raise revenues; making is a
penal offense to stool skiffs.
House The day wae devoted to the in
troduction of local bills.
HorsH Bills introduced: Annronrinb.
ing about $25,000 this year andS12i,000
next year for construction Durnoses at the-
GallipoUs epileptic, asylum, Mansfield re
. i r : , l i 2 ...... .
lurumiui jr ouu juaHuiiiuu tuiyium auu
000 for agricultural experiment station;
makim? more SDtclfio the duties of the
dairy and food commissioner and defining,
uie maimer ol unuymg legal acuon; re
quiring uogs on wnicu tux is paid to wear
a coiiur ana tuo, anu requiring omcers to
kill other dngs; providing for abandon
ment of canal at Cincinnati and authoriz
ing the issuing of $2,000,000 in bonds to'
ouiia a suuservico railroad and Boulevard;
providing for organization and ruffulutlon
of credit and guaranty companies to in-.
against Ionics from credits; increasing the
statu levy 8-10 of a mill tor the general rev-
Perfect health is seldom found, for
impure blood is so general. Hood's
Sarsaparilla really does purify the
blood and restore ueaitn.
Napolsom , O., April 23. 'M.
Oorreetedweeklj bj A. Bradley.
Apples, greenporbu ........ 1.001.50
ADDleadried per t ...
Butter - 16Q18
Kgga perdosen u
Onions per bu new SO
roiHwes - www
Raima nar ho VUHUi uu
Suit. CiiM-ae Sock, uer bill IS
Ssll,oommnn, per ubl
Sall.Flne Table, per attck..;..... ( 10&3a
Smoked tiaeon ....
Ohiokoas, live spring...
Turkeys, live -.
Vab,1 oalves.... ... .
Corn beef per lb........
. 900 300
Flour .Feed and Grain.
Jorrectedweekljby J. Holier 4 Co.
Eye ......- -
Buckwheat. -. ..
BU. vWM. .... ....
Brsnpernws.... ,...... .... .. ...
Ssltperbbl . ......
C. ,., nl tint r ......
BuoKwneatpera so -
Oorreeteibv H ,K .Vooke Bro
WheatNo .2 new .-
Wheat. So. 8....
An,H . '
nam mn nl n ivjniu. .
Bvel?lourperBw wm...... aw
cm .no.ulrl nwtmdA 70
r. -1. OA
BoltedMealperssck. . - ' '20
Rran nerowi...... .... w
8oreenlngs,chopperowt - 60
Michiirftnsaltperbbl - 100
Bnowhuksostflr per esck ,.
Review of the Grain aad Cattle atarkata
For April lid.
' Clnolnnatl Xabajcoo,
Receipts for the week. 1,233
Keceipts for same week lost year..,. . 1,713
The range of prices during the week ia as
The 496 hhds old: 14, $1 00(38 SO: 56,
t4 00(285 05: 140. So UU(OT IMi 10. So
9 95; 78, $10 0011 75; 50, flli 00(14 75; 11,
$15 001S TO. .
The 1,868 hhds new: 188, ft 003 05: 893,
14 O05 95; 834, $6 007 95; 15, $8 00(31
9 95; 116, $10 00011 75; 87, 111 00gl4 75; 10,
13 0U(B1 au. " -.
Cattle Primet $4 104 40; good, $3 70(0
4 00; Rood butchers', $3 103 90; rough fat.
El 90(33 10: Eood fat cows and nailers.
(2 80&3 00; bulls and stags, 23c; fresh
cows and springers, $20 00(340 00. Hogs
Philodelphios, $5 45Z3 50; Yorkers, $5 I09
5 4U: pigs.. $5 io0 w, gooa neavy sows,
t4 50(4 90: states and rough sows. $S 503
4 00. Sheen Extrn. $3 80(34 00: good.
(3 253 40; fuir, fi 50(3 00; lambs, $3 50
I 80; yearlings, $4 604 80; veal calves,
13 s(0t ou. '
. , , V Clneinnatt,
Wheat 57(8570. Corn 41Va48;i'c.
Cattle Selected butchers, $3 8504 10; fair
to medium. S3 W(ao IS: common. Hi
i 85. Hoes Select and -prime butchers.
$5 255 80; pnekintr, $5 1005 25; common
to rough, 4 otiftso 10. Sheep i oUffli Si5;
Liamos saigo ou.
- .' ; ' 'Toledo.
Wheat No. 9 cash and April,, 67Kc;
May, 67 c; juiy, ouc; August, oia
Corn No. 8 cash, 40c; May, 880 bid.
Oats No. 2 mixed, 84e; No. white, 86c.
Eye Cash. 50c. Cloverseed Prima cash,
so do; April, V w; ucrooer, o(.
Hogs Select butchers, $5 8505 80; pack
lag, $510(85 25. . . Cattle Prime steers,
$4 3504 50; others, $3 5003 90; cows and
bulls, fl 7503 do. ,. Bneep fa mxt ur,
lambs, $3 0004 ia. . . ; ....
'KewTark.' ,!-r ' '
Wheat Mav. 61 0fll 18-160. Corn-
May, 43(t44c. Oats Western, 4O04SO,
Cattle $1 oo($4 so. fjheep vjigi m
Robust at Elghty-Fonr.
Amidst the latter-dxy reian cf financial
depression, it ia Bleestng to eontomplste the
thrifty condition or an inrttiniton wnicn,
ia eombaUos the tmftelod assertions of nn-
soropoioas competitors, eon cite solid facta
acd Qunrea of over fonr score renrs as its
chief clnim to merit end eocfi3tr.ee. So eh
an insulation is the Amren Fire I-jrar-
see ComDanv of rhiiadelohia. whose
eighty-fourth aonnal atatemrnt lies before
na. Ai is vun paruunnuio pnue timt uio Mi
ncers of this eoorervstive eompxny rest their
olsims to patronage on the convincing argu
ment this financial exhi bit famishes. . n ttn-
oat entering into an elaborate analysis of
their statement, we Driruy say, it snows wis
oompsny aa poaseeerd of abundant assets,
and sfter paying last year's heavy tosees, a
nandeome eurpia. In short, it fnrnishea
indubitable avidanee of efficient and hon
orable management. Ha who won'.d Insure
with a oompsny that baa never failed to meet
promptly every loss and baa undoubted abil
ity to pay all louses of the future, should not
honitate to take a policy in the American
t ire Insurance Company or rmiadelptua. H
B, Jones U the special agent for Ohio, and
the local sgent is U. H. French. .
THE GREELEY INSTITUTE!
Treats ALCOHOLISM u,l ol'lU'M Addiction.
Treumout Prlvnte. Correspondence Confiden
tial, write for Tenna. mcMMin
la Memorlam. , ,. , , ,
Dim. Dlfd at lbs home of her parents In
Harrison tewnship, Ssterdiy momlog, April ttth,
IBM, litudli Eve, daughter of John and Melissa
Darts, aged two months.
In the euket nrver movlnr. Ilea onr bthj t form.
She hu craBied the deep, dark river, etae la sleeping
her lent sleep ;
She's at rest, ber auiferlng over, no mora putt for
Why mourn wa then who loved her, U she U in
uesveu no sorrow mere.. ;
She has left ns, yea, all alone,
lu the Hevlor called her to quit Ine earthly
Let ns live tb at we rosy meet her when onr time
lias enme to go, ' '
Up In Heaven, dearer, sweeter, than we knew her
To the many friends who so kindly ssslaled lis
durlne the Illness snd death of our beloved daugh
ter, Haudle, wo wish to return our heertfeltthanke.
Their administrations snd sympathy will always be
Ma. inn Mas Jon Davis.
In the Days of Onr Grand-mothers,
Sulphur snd molasses reigned
supreme In the Bpnng time. JNow-a-days
we take Humphreys' Specific
No. 10 for Dyspepsia, and all stomach
troubles, keeping the blood pure, so
tnat no spring dosing is necessary.
For sale by druggists. im
Ow the Srd dsv of April, in the year 1804, the
the Probate Conrt uf Heorv oouTity. Ohio, de
clared the lave of Peter Koaehrock, dceeaaed, to
he probably Insolvent; creditors ara, therefore, re
quired to pri-aant tbeir claims acalnat tho eatate
Co ine unuereignea xor suowaaos, wivaiu aix
moniha from the time above mentioned, or thex
will not oe entitled to payment.
v&ua Apru sro, its.
. HENHT BOHB8.
Admlulatrator of Peter Boaebrock.
J. S. ATJGUSTIKE,
(Successor to Beed Siford.)
Customers treated with courteey snd dlepatch
io why psy twice this amount these
hard times T These teetb are guaran
teed to bo iuat aa renreaented. or
money refunded. KilveufllllnuaTSc; liold fillines
$1 and op, Teeth extracted We ; T-th oleaned 76e
wears tne ouir at?nua-rn ine oily wtio make
and use vitalized airfoti'ihe'painleaa extnterionof
teetb. Can he taken by any one with psrfrol safety.
"ATT DENTAL PASI023,
387 Summit alroet, oppoalte "the flro," Toledo, O.
vnice ouen evenings, ana Mondays rmm 9:0 to 1.
Phone SOS. Dr. McPABLAMD.Pron.
as usual, on the track with
a full line of
Cook Stoves Ranges
Coal and Wood
''' (Haters,'-' - -
everything in the shape of a stove.
Paints, OHs, Varnishes and
Glass, -.v'.v ; "
Booring and Spouting done on short
notice. Call on him belore buying.
Look for the big padlock or
W. Gv COOVER.
Tlie German and Hanoverian and Olden
burg Coach Horse Association
THIS oerttfiea that the German Coaob Horse
No. 1461, German Bind Hook, foalod, 1889, bred
by Gru Jeddeloh, Hovflok bel Ocholt, Germany,
Imported by J . Crouch Is Son, LaFayetto, Ind.,
owned by The Blohfiold Hone Oompauy, Orel ton,
fieory county, Ohio.
8lre: Clever No. US?, by Magnst No. 800. Dam:
Verkaufnrin No. 1457, by Weeter No, 680, by Simeon
M6, regletered in Volume 1 of the German and
Hanoverian and Oldenburg Coach Bone Hind
Book, this 17tu day of February, im.
A. B. BOLBEBT, Pres.
J. CBOUCH.Bee. '
'The above horse la s dark bay color snd was one
or the lot aent by the German Government to the
World's Fair, Chicago. Be is a Government sp-
E roved horse and has been brouRht to this connty
f tho BichSeld HoraeCompaay at great expense
and will etand lor the eeaton at the following
Moudaia st West Hope, Henry connty, Ohio.
Tuesdays at McCloro, Henry ooiinty, Ohio.
Wedneedais at Greltnn, Henry county, Ohio.
Thursdays at Hamler. Henry connty, Ohio. Prl
daya at West Hope, Henry county, Ohio. 8atnr
days at Caster, Wood county, Ohio.
TsaMs To insure a Irving oolt, tlS.00. To In
sure a mare with foal, 119.00. Tbe oolt will be
held for Inaurance until paid. The Company will
not be responsible for aooidents.
A. H. FOOT, President.
MALCOLM CROCKETT, Secrelary.Orelton.O.
. One Fan Szeurslos to Beaver. ;;
" Jnno 10th and 11. For annual meeting American1
Innitute of Homeonatliv at Denver Col.. June 141b.
to Mud, the T. St. L.iK.O.B, R., "Clover Leaf
Route," will Isene one fare excursion tlokets from
all stations.. Ample return limit, Stop overs, atdo
trips, eto. Buffet reclining ebairoars, seats free.
veatinnie sleeping ears, vis i,iovor ixa uoute,
Call on seareatanoDt or address, , , ,; -,
. C . 0. Jsaaws,
Gen'I.Psss. Agent, Toledo, Ot
N . B. Low rate excursion to Portland, Ore
Acoouut-Presbyterian aisetlog, May, .... . td
I it 4
This is Now the Carpet
And we want to place particular empbasia on'our facilities for suiting everyone in thia depart
ment. To begin with, , . .
rTSSt En B
Shoiddbe a Great Attraction for Purchasers,
aa they are not limited to a very
complete assortment in all the grades, and give an excellent line of each .
to pick from. Of course our stock would be incompbte without
The Low Grades of Cotton
and in each of the qualities between these two prices, we show
of special value and attraction. It is, however, m the all wool carpets where we have
the great advantage over all competitors, as we have the entire control for Henry
r and Defiance counties, of the superbr unequaled, celebrated all wool
These carpets are made of superior, finest wool and are nearly
. , 11 V T 11 1 TT .e l . "I
tne so-caiiea liOweii ana naruoru carpets, in aaaiuon to tnis,
The Styles are Always the Very Newest and
Freshest and far in Advance of all Others.
We have sold them for five years, and they give utmost satisfaction to hundreds of the beat
judges of carpets among the ladies of this city and county. Do not compare them .
for one instant with the lower priced goods offered by some unscrupulous
dealers who claim they have just as good at less price.
and no other house can obtain a single piece. In Brussels we make a specialty of fiye and
ten wire tapestry, body and velvets, and the prices placed on each grade are lower
than the same quality can be bought in Toledo. All we ask is a fair, candid
inspection of this line this spring.
Shoemaker :-: Brothers.
. and lot on Washington
on Clinton St. Good
location and will sell
cheap if taken soon.
. Inquire of
Ins. Office over Spengler's.
THOSE DESIRING TO ATTEND A
' WILL SAVE MONEY BY ADDRESSING
TneManineeYalley Normal School
GRAND BAPIDS, OHIO.
Term Opens June 25, ISO 4
TOLEDO'S POPULAR DENTIST
-ni Tnnia FXTnira
will vi alt Napoleon per
sonally Saturday, this
week, Jan. 20tb. He will
Bond an agent alter tbe
above date every Satur
day. Tbe Dr. la a master
ijS" 'vff aiire and aea hlmnn t lie
above date. He will do
bis work witbont pain
or tskeno pay. He will
give 25 per cent, off on
Crown, Bridge and plate work contracted Saturday
Jan. 20th. Come oatfy. . jauJWm
Ihave. purchased the Piano
and Organ agency
of H. H. Lane and have taken
quarters are with John H.
, Urease, the Jeweler,.
333 PEBRY ST.
If in need of anv
musical instruments, call and
. see me. I will save .,
you money. Watch this space
i- e ii. .r. 1.1.
, ior iuriuer miurmauiii.,.
C. W. JACKSON.
A small farm of twenty-five seres with good
house and ham, live or six acres seeded to
clover and four aores to wheat. Farm aituatedln
section 13, Harrison townablp, Henry county, O.
For particulars, address the undersigned.
r FRED. E. BROWN,
mchlS-m : Sodas, Wsyae Co Mew i'ork. .
j Jj s5
few piecea of dabioua style
to 60c. Per Yard,
Come in and
1 ' IT
i FURNITURE and wall tianer are neededrbuv where vou I
x 1 .... a - y e&
Mean get the best. See our stock and be convinced. Un- m
III dertaking carefully managed.
saps , t I I I
SAMANTHA at the WORLD'S FAIR.
Joslah Allen's Wlfs's Nsw Bosk.
60,000 COPIKS SOLD IN LSSS THAN
700 pages, ever 100 illustrations, handsome binding.
averyooay warn, m ....
YOU CAN MAKE MORE MONEY telling
"Samantha" than la Any Other Way.
on my way home about S squares." "It goes
like hot cakes. Took seventeen orders this
morning." " Thirty-one name, taken to-day.'
The took Mill Itsalf. Ivsry at ti it. , Prices,
bv mail or throueh scents. Cloth, S2.50; Half
Ruaaia, St. 00. Handsome
Z" ,oa. Will sell all this
rnr a nan , d H.ir n mtiiinn
rLAisaaoa. once for termi to'agenta.
THI Ni HAMILTON PUBLISHINQ
and quality. We carry a most
from five to ten patterns each
one-half again as heavy aa
SURPRISED at the Fresh Assortment.
SURPRISED at the Superior Quaiitv.
SURPRISED at the Large Variety."
SURPRISED at the Low Prices.
Is with pleamre we invite our fjl
patrons to call again, for bur
new place of busineso j
Bright with new Furniture of fel
all descriptions, from a baby Ms
crib or nursery chair to a par- Uf
lor suit. The
Is full; see the bedroom seti and
bed lounges in Plush, Moquette 'in
and Wolton rug. Our spring Iff
Is done and we are ready to j
wait on you and let you rest in Iji
our easy chair while you make
up your mind which one you
prefer for' the long summer
Is coming,, when
Your house cleaning done
And the garden well made,
With a good book to read
You can rest in the shade. gjt
Repairing neatly done.
I I llva 11 I jmrnmiwmm M
Read what agents
prospectus and outnt
year. Good live
,'nn, na snrn ui us
-i v - .OTatiaWo Mtttt SW Dt at ytrogag,
CO.. 60S AROADB. OUKVKLANQ. O.