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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST; NAPOLEON Ov AUGUST 22, 1895.
, . iTTIIB OLDEST Business House IN NAPOLEON, 13 HUMPHREY'S "OLD RELIABLE" In, Humphrey's Block, Wberr yoneanbny Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, ALL ANDWiaOOW PAPEB. Blank :-: Books, NOTIONS, ETC., ETC. fJJ" Thesegoods arerelisbltandwillbe SOLD CHEAP I Banking House J. 6. snuR & CO.. NAPOLEON, O. MONEY LOANED. Foreign tad Domestlo Exchange Bought and Bold I lowes tourrant rates, and OUeettooeon ill point! mde promptly. I). MEEKISON, ANKER, NAPOLEON, O. t. lie- AUD HEHBY COUNTY NEWS. WOFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND CO NAPOLEON, OHIO, AUGUST 22, 1895. OFFICIAL CALL And Apportionment For Democratic State Con vention. the Rooms or this DemocbathiCiintiui. Commit'e 75S4 Houth Hunt Htbket, Coluvbub, Ohio, July 2, 1895. At a meeting of tbe Demncratlo State Centml Kil ' f fr ' " j For your mother-in-law, your sweetheart, the cook, your worst enemy and the hired girl, both useful and or namental. This will be the Largest exhibition of Ever shown in Henry County. OUR SELECTION IS BRAND NEW, and as we are determined to make room for our large Holiday Stock we will sell goods at greater reduced prices than ever before. But while you are making up your mind as to what kind of an article you will buy, let us call your attention to - our line ot . Gents' Shirts and Soap. Clocks and door mats. C ' ': Dusters and clothes pins. Picture frames and s'aears. Slates and clothes brushes. . ' Table oil cloth and dynamite. Revolvers and crockery. Colored crayons and dinner bells. Thera are many other articles that we have not space to name, but the prices are lower than you ever heard of before, as the crowds who have visited our store during the past week will testify. Our stock is complete and we can sell you anything you want. .While we have not the space to quote prices, they are all marked in plain figures,, and you can see for yourself, for they are very low. (VntlttH held it Ootombea. Okie. n te BVa Jan. w Um ,ea4 Blaaaof ltat CoBvaatios, It ae offend : 'Tb.tlb.dai of aaid Coowetloa It If for Taeaday Bad Wednesday, A.f tib aadllM, Til :' of mewta- a SpHngaeld, 0a. Tb. District Ciwim will b hr,4 in th.sll.r aoea t,f A .cast toib. et each aa boar and at etieb riiMNMji b Bird br lb Comaltte.o Ar nonwMi. IB. Coatl.B will met lot temporary owaol Ml' ad to raeiv thi report, ol lb. dMtrlct Beetlng.ttOa.m.,AafatilM. A moiaUo waedvi.rUCoBBilltt di rect lug that la any euaaiywber. either lb. IMeaa .ratio Co.oiy Central r liwili Cuamtile eaunotatrm opnn any question affeotlog te In terest of the party tbe BM-mbwr of lb0atr.l Cooi aittirr for the district la whleh aucb con Mi tt fitn.tedo. authorized aod empowered tocaal lb deciding too la auob oonmiitM. The ratio of apportionment aad reprceeolatloB la a.ld co?utloB u Sied at on. delegat for vry SOU vntea. or any f run Ion .f 20 or more vole', cast for prMlrimt at th. November election IB lb. yearlttrj. Under eneb apportionment each ouutv will b eatll led to tb following number of delegates : (tb Dlatrtet.) niAa 7 I Paoldlnc He.ry . 7 1 Putnam.....-.- Wllliama. Si Wood M. A. SMALLEY.Chalrman. Walt-sb A.Tbkns. Secretary. Democratic Senatorial Conven tion. At a meeting of the Democratic Senatorial Com mliteenl tbe 8Srd Dlatrlct held al Toledo. O.. on tne 11th day nf July. A. D.,lrs, lo tb. time and plat fur holding th convention, It waa 'nfred''nit the date of .aid Convention la hereby Ued fnr Tueaday, September 2h, mi. l 10 aod!" l'batthe aald Convention b. held it Otta wa. Putnam county. Ohio. 3td. Thai in. i alio of Delegate! apportion ed beea follows: On. Delegate for each one bnndrrd rote! or fraction thereofover Blty, caet for the Democratic Natlnnaltlfketlult!S,B!followi: Fulton Coonty Hancock " f ' Henry " Lucaa ' VMlimm ......... Wnnil ' 49 47 Necearv toacnuioe, 145. .... inL.iJk.n.mniiHilii flM,tr) enmmlttn.nf am. ium,wn... .- the aeveral oountlca composing thla senatorial Dlatrlcl male aucn can a. ihpj uww rivi " ..nt.ti,.n in amid Convention In accordance with the above apportionment. Mb. Tbat. tbe aald Committee adjourn to meet at Ottawa, Ohio, on September 23rd, at 7 p. m.. UUH'Sa iooner convrncn 117 can u, wic viiaiiuiau. Albert Zuqschwert, Chairman . T . W. Pbintib, Bec'y. DEMOCRATIC County Convention. The Democrat! of Henry connty are hereby requested to meet in their respective Toting precincts on Saturday, Sept. 14tb, 181)5, at 1:30 p. m., at the nsnal place of holding eleotiona therein, or at ouch other plnce aa the township committee may designate, and "elect the number of delegates to represent them in a oonnty convention to be held at the ooo rt honse, in Napoleon, Ohio, on Saturday, Sept. 28th, 1805, at V) o'clock a. m., standard time, as ia des ignated in the annexed list, the basis being one delegate for every 10 votes cast for L. T. Neal for Governor in 1893. and one dele gate for every fraction of 6 and over, bb follows : VOTES, Bartlow North 124 Bartlow South 83 Damascus' 179 Flatrook.... 203 Freedom 140 Hurriaon 134 DEI.. 12 8 78 20 14 13 11 10 15 Liberty East Ill Liberty-West 103 Marion North.... ,.s 147 12 USEFUL Martoa-Soath 179 .t , Monro 2 2 Napoleon Ml ' M Pleaaant Holgat 1M 11! PlMot Bavaria. zM Richfield J?7 1 Kidgovill 7 T Waatiiogteo lit l Total. 2825 282 And at th eaneaaeB h.U on the 14th of heptember, it vilialao b th doty of th Democrat ao arnembled to aoleot Senatori al delgatev. apportioned on th Preeiden ti I wot ot litii, in lb ratio of on delegate fur every 100 vote ea.t nt anid election, and or. delegate for every fraction of AO or ov er, aa foilowt: votes, six. Bartlow if.' 8 IMmaeeu 218 2 Flatrock 243 2 Freedom 170 2 Harrison Ho 2 Liberty -Rxat l'8 1 Liberty West 114 1 Marion North 176 2 Marion Sooth 110 1 Monroe 296 8 Napoleon 172 6 Plt-aaant Holgate 192 2 Plent New Bavaria 2'J 8 Richfield 145 1 Hidgeville 14 1 Waauington 136 1 Total 3312 33 By order of the Coonty Central Com. E. T. Babbss, Hinkt Roues. hecretary. Chairman. ANfiOUNGEMENTS. KECOKDElt. We are anthorized to announce the name of JOHN H. MOHLER of YTaahiogton township, as a candidal for Recorder, rob jeot to the deoifiou of the Democratic coon ty convention. We are anthorized to annovnee the name of ISAAC M. GLICK of Harrison township, as a candidate for Recorder, subject to the decision of the Democratic connty con vention. We are anthrrlzed to announce the name of PETER 8CHALL of Liberty township as a candidate for Recorder, f object to the "Maion of the Democratic County Conven tion. " Which Is 1 1' The Henry County Signal either has a Democratic ring in its nose, or it has its nose in a ring. Which is it? Toledo News. Amos Kellar, the popular Popu list of Crawford county, will not sup port Coxey for Governor. It turns out that Henry W. Seney has not sent in his resignation to the Governor, as was announced in our issue of a late date, and he is still Cir cuit Judge. The Tiffin woolen mills, which were closed down for three years under the Republican tariff, are now employ ing one hundred men and have orders ahead for a year. W. W. Taylor, the Republican state treasurer of South Dakota, has been sentenced to five years in the penitentiary. His, lawyers hope to have his sentence lessened to two years. Taylor was one of the Repub lican wire pullers of his state, and only stole $300,000. Had Taylor made it an even half million he in all probability would have gotten off with one year. THERE WILL BE ARTICLES Lead pencils and butter milk soap. Corticella silk thread and hammers. Handkerchiefs and axe handles. Shelving paper and pocket knives. Harness snaps and school writing tablets. Buggy whips and ladies fine hosiery.' Tea pots and sponges. , Four-ply linen cuffs and lanterns. Orn .heaviest exports of fopper previous to 1884 were 58,453,000 pounds. During: the fiscal year 1805 we exported 140,000,000 pound, and the demand la ttill growing with the growth of industries depending on the great development of electricity. This Democratic tariff ia a terror! THB Signal says the DetAler Flag is a Democratic paper. We always thought the Flag was as indepen dent paper a non-partiaan sheet. My, my, how tbe Signal will lie when a point is needed. In mentioning the Flag says: "Some people seem to have the idea that the Flag is a Democratic paper. The idea is eroneous. as noth ing is .'arther from the truth than this report, started by malicious per son to injure this paper. The Flag is an ijtdkprndknt paper and we de fy any one to produce a single Dem ocratic sentence found tn its col umns." Chicago will return good for evil and make an elaborate exhibit at the Atlanta exposition. . Chicago day will be made the occasion of a monster demonstration. Many of the northern states will also make elaborate displays, in some instances equalling the Columbian exposition at Chicago. The South is fairly outdoing herself in her eagerness to illustrate her wonderful resources to the world and the results of the exposition must prove immense ly beneficial to that region. To a reporter who hunted him up to ask him about the lecture he is preparing for delivery next winter ex-Gov. "Bob" Taylor, of Tennessee, said: "I have a nice home, six acres of brood lands, a garden, a loving wife and six good children. I don't care for riches. All I desire is to go out occasionally and gather in a few shekels for my family. To sit here under these trees in the summer, to study and read, is bliss complete." Gov. Taylor's new lecture is to be on "Dixie." Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. MOST PERFECT MADE. K pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free iom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. III f linn HOUSEHOLD Stkks ft Wa&skb of Minneapolis, Minn., have the contract for the waterworks plant at Montpelier. Sykes is the contractor who came very near getting the contract for oar waterworks. The name of Hon. John A. MeMa hon of Dayton has been mentioned as a successor of the late Justice Jack son on the supreme bench of the U. S. If the President should name Mc Mahon, the people with one accord would say that no better selection could have been made. ' He is an able jurist, a gentleman and a statesman, fit to adorn any station in the gift of the state or nation. Subscribe for the Southwest $1 THE MARKETS. Provixlon Market. ' Napolioh, O., Aug. 21, 1895. ' Corrected Weekly by A. Bradley. Apples, green perbn $ 25 Apples, dried per lb 46 Beeswax 18 Butter 16 Eggs per doz 10 Hjney 810 Lard 8 Onio a per bushel 75 fotatoes, new 45 Beans per bo 1 00(52 00 Salt, Coarse Rook, per bbl 1 50 Salt, common per bbl 1 00 Salt. Fine Table per sack 5, 10a 25 Meat and Poultry Market. Corrected weekly by Frank Beck. Pickled pork 10 Smoked bacon V2 Smoked shoulders...... 10 Smoked hama 18 Beef, front quarter 5 Beef, hind quarter 6 Chicks, live spring 8 Turkeys, live 6 Duoks p. r lb. spring 6(38 Geese 4050 Veal calves 4 00(54 Sheep, per bead 2 003 00 Hides, green 7 Sheep pel ta 50(525 Corn beef per lb 10 Dressed hogs 5(58 Flour, Feed and Grain. Correoted weekly by J. Roller & Oo. Wheat No. 2, Red C2 Rye 40 Corn per cwt 50 Oats 18 Buckwheat . 40 Roller's No. 1 flour per sack 1 00 No. 2 flour 90 Holler's No. 3 flour per sack 75 Rye flour per sack 70 Boalted Meal per sack 20 Corn and oats chops per cwt 1 00 Br nd per cwt.. 75 Salt per bbl.... 100 White lime .' 65 Water lime 1 12 Kalsene plaster 2 50 Plaster hair per bn 30 Buckwheat per eack 40 Corrected weekly by H. H. Vooke A Bro. Wheat No. 2 " 62 Wheat No. 3 58 Corn, per cwt ; 50 Rye and Oats 40(518 Napoleon Mills Gem, per snck.. 1 Oo Napoleon Mills Gem, per bbl... 4 20 Rye Flour per sack 50 Flon r per sack, low grade 75 Boalted Meal per sack 20 Bran per owt 75 Oats and oorn chop per owt 1 00 Screenings, chop per cwt: 50 Buckwheat .1 50 Michigad salt per bbl 100 Buckwheat flour per sack. . 45 Barometers, thermometers and carpet tacks, Oil cans and writing paper, novels and hatchets. Corsets, even Dr. Warner's best, One black corsets and neckties Water pitchers, bowls and overalls. Trunks and Seely's perfumes. Shovels and hair pins. Brass Onyx parlor stands and T. M. shoe blacking. ' Nursing bottles and Cuticura soap. J. W. DeLIND, PROPRIETOR, Perry Street, ; Napoleon, Ohio. OETTINQ HEADY l- ah llaauwiBlH Stat Cn)B)UB Wklek Oawa Toaa.rr.w. SntntoriELD, O., Ang. 20. Many del agate were here last nlhf. tilthonph the Democratic state rouveutiou does not ajtserr.blu till toiartro-.r. Tho fight between th free s4'-ver ninl tuo Erice men will ownr this ev-fxr.f:, wh.-a the members of tho com:ni;te on resolu tion and 'other committee.; of vm or gauizatiou are nelecuj.1. Then ;n delegates. The Biv-r iuc.i classify them as 843 for free silver, kid for pold, and 137 doubtful. The Lrico men cKuia there are 460 for "honest mo iey," aud of the 343 claimed by tho 'I iimriau men for silver, some are dibtt'ul. It is generally believed since the last counties selected de'eptes yesterday that the Erice men will control till the organization, uud hare 14 out of the 21 members of the committee on resolu tions. Senator Brice, ex-Governor Campbell and other lenders will arrive this morning, and are to dine with Hon. John H. Thomns, the free silver leader. This fact is recognized as aasnr iug a compromise bofore the district meetings axe held at 5 p. m. It is believed that there will be some agreement at the Thomas dinner as to who will be nominated for governor. If ex-Covernor Campbell will not run, then John H. Thomas or James Kil bourne may be nominated. Both are free silver men. The real issue pending is as to what concession will be made to the free silver men and yet make the financial record for the party that is de sired by Senator Brice. One may get the platform and the other the nominee. There are some bitter contests to be settled while Senator Brice is presiding as temporary chairman, and there may be trouble at the opening of the conven tion if all the silver contestants are un Legal Notice. Gbarlea H. Gidley, Guardian or Mary Flogaua, an Imbecll, vs. Said Wary F loeaua, st. al. Guardian'! Sale of Kaal Eatata. Henry Connty Probate Court. IN PURSUANCE of an order of the Probata Oonrt of Henry Connty, Ohio, made on the 23th day of Animit, A. D., lHWi. In the ease ot Charlea H. Gidlev anardlaa nf Mary Flogaua, an Imbecll, aealnit aald Mary Flos-ana, et. al., tbe undersigned will, on tb. '2 1 at day of September. A.D, 18(!S, at o'clock p. m., of said day. at the Korth door of the conrthonae. In Menrv Connty, Ohio, offer at public aale, tha following deacrlbed real estate, lituate In Henry Connty, Ohio, to wit: Commencing at the aonth-eaet corner of Section No Twenty-one, Town Five North. Range Blx East. Henrr County. Ohio, thenca north on Sec tion ! line Ten Cbaina; thence wrat 107-100 Chain: thence north and parallel to the Section Line aforeaald 13 44-1(10 Chaina to the oenter of the Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad bed ; thence south-westerly along th center of said Railroad until It intersects the west Una of the tart half (H) of th. aor.th-eaat quarter (H) of said motion Twenty-one (21); thence aomh on aald Hne 18 85-100 Chalm to the aonlh Una of aaid Sec tion; thenca eaat on said Section line 20 Chaina to the place of beginning, containing 30 seres of land more or Ipsa, excepting therefrom that par cel of land included in the Toledo. Wabash and Weal era Railroad, being about M-10U of an acre of land. Appraised at (870.00. Terma of Sale : One-third caah la hand; one third in one year and one-third In two yeara from the day of aale, lo be aeon red by mortgage on the Dremia?! aold, and deferred paymentat) bear in terest at the rate of six per cent, per annum, pay able annually front date of sale. OHARI.E1 H. GIDLEY, Guardian of Mary Flogaua, an Imbecll. Oahfll A Donovan, bia Arty's. AugoetaOth, 1895. The World's Fair Tests showed bo baking powder so pure or so great ia Ieav enlng power as tbe Royal. GOODS Florida water and mouse traps. Berry dishes and white line napkins. Hay forks' and fruit cans. Smyrna Rugs and hanging lamps. : ; Tribley butter milk soap and gents' underwear. Wash tabs and French cream candies. . Notice ; to Non-Resident Landowners, et al. To all lot and land owners, and mu nicipal and private corporations, that will be affected by the ditch improvement herein designated. ACDiroB'aOmcB. Hbxhv OorrwxT, I rOLioa,0 , Aug. 14tb, loaa. f In tke matter of Co, Ditch Improvement, ' No , Petitioned for fey Henry Rohrs. NOTICE TI ISiaiTUDS lISEBSET.a To J.C. Brockman, Chae. D. Falconer: Ton and each of yna are hereby notified that on the Hth day of Aoe , A. D., 189. Henry Bohr filed a" petition with tha Auditor nf said Oonrtv, 1 he anbatance and prayer of which said petition le, that there exl.ti a ncc..ity forth location and construction of a ditch, ard aald pe titioner! pray for th. making of fuch improve ment on th. following rout and termini, to-wit : Commenclnfr abont 90 rod. North of th. Booth quarter po.t of Section I'D, Town S North, (tango 8 Bunt, Henry Oonnty. Ohio, and on th. wcat aid. of tbe center line nf aald Section 9, runnlni thence North OB thl West aide of .aid center line of Soot-on ia and Section HO, earn, town and rang: till hlntttBMcti Hammer Creek, and there to termin ate. That laid Del 1 1 ion is now oendina and that each proeeedtnira have been duly and legally had, that ,nMHra oi LomminiDD,, nave oeen preeenlea with copy of aald petition aa required bv law. theveby atttifylnc them of tke Allna-os thaaame, andfthaiaaattch Andltor of aald oonnty th ander eigned haa tUed th 10th day of Sept., A. D., 1895, at 10 o'clock, a. m., of aald day, at tha atartlntr point of aald improve ment lu Hectlnn 2!), Bartlow Townihlp. Hemy Connty, Ohio, for the hearing of said matter and proceeding. . J. H. RESII, Auditor of Henry County, Ohio . HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY, TIFFIN, OHIO, OFFEBS Ten Conrsea of Btndy. Twenty In strncton. Excellent Facilities. Wholesome Christian Inflnence. New Oymnaalum with Modern Eqnlpmenta. Pleasant gurronnding SnmmerTerm. Fall term opens8ept.ll, 1896. For Catalogue! and othc informal Ion addreea, Rev.J. A.Peters.D. D ., .Prea., orT. H. Sonne deoker.Bacretary. junel3-mo FOR WEAK MEN. THE MECHANICAL CURE. 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