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(Strculaltou, 2250. Subs crtpf ion 5f.00 ESTABLISHED A. D. 1852. NAPOLEON, O., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12,' 1895. VOL.XLin-NO.43. Bargain Sale. "We have Just received another lot of La dies Jackets and Capes, Blankets and Un derwear. We have bought them far below manufacturer's prices, and from now on up to the Holidays we will offer the above goods at prices half less than ever sold in the Dry Goods History. Baby's Letter to Santa Claus. The above Is the name of a new song just issued, the words and music by the well-known composer, W.' L. Needhaui, We must say that the words and music are very pretty, and the song will, no doubt, reach a large sale. In order to introduce this song the publishers will send a copy postpaid, for eleven two cent stamps. Address orders to J. C. Groene & Co., 19 Arcade,1 Cincinnati, O. " Letter List. The following letters remain un called for in the Napoleon Postoffice for the week ending Deo. 12, 1895: Emma Harmon, Mary Ramor, Al ma Beaubbin, Orpha Anrand, Fan nie TLero, Louisa Dora, Alice m. Wolfe, A. Paokard, J. S. Mann, L. Malony, I. -Flowers, George Gair hart, Harry Ludy, S. W. Haynes, Fremon Haver, Kice Stephens, Nat Decretive Bureau. , Persons calling for above letters will please say they were advertised, and give date. Chas. Evebs, P. M. Will Soon be Extinct. Four or five years ago the hunter who went out in the morning and re turned at night with less than twenty five birds on his string was consider ed as playing in poor luck indeed. A Ktrinc of fiftv or sixty nuail was con sidered a verv fair day's work. The man who brines down ten in a day now is in luck indeed. At the present rata thv will soon be extinct. The hawk is the boy who is doing the Wirfffir nart of the work. He will average a pair of quail a day. The Future of the Motocycle. Persons who are incllined from ig norance or prejudioe to decry the development of the horseless carriage and who are disposed to regard it as a vairarv of the inventor's mind will be forced by yesterday's contest to recognize it as an admitted mechan ical achievement, highly adapted to some of the most urgent needs of our civilization While it oannot yet De said to have passed beyond the ex neriinental stacre in the matter of nacftptftininff what peculiar type of motor will be best adapted to general use, enough has been learned from The Times-Herald contest to justify th nrertiction that it is bound to work great changes in future meth nrla of transportation. Tt.i availability for delivery service for the big mercantile establishments OI tue larger eiuea in nireauj nnt affordine means of quick transit, . njit-ii olio-lit. chances of incurrina the accidents that are frequent with un manageable horses. Chicago Tinies- Merala. , Holiday goods for children now on display at Hpengier Bros. & KjO. oi Invalids Should Remember the liate. We wish again to call the atten of our readers to the return vis it of Dr. France, as announced by his larire advertisement in this issue oi our rtaoer. Dr. W. A. France, who presents credentials from the best ineai- nl institutions in the country, has spent the past twenty years in the constant investigation ana treat Ttinnt. of chronic diseases. The fact that he refuses to prescribe for any disease outside of his specialties and naka onlv those to visit him who have failed to get relief from their familv phvsicians. entitles him' to confidence. Large numbers already throne his parlors at . each Visit. V.verv invalid should carefully read his mammoth advertisement and visit him at the Miller House, Napo leon. Thursday. Dec. 19th, Burnett House. Toledo. Friday, Deo. 20th. One day only, ? Consultation free and strictly confidential. Have vou ever smoked a G. C. S, Get one for a nickel and they'll do the rest. - ; : A j ' v ' When the EndeavorerS are all through with their endeavors to con vert Bob Ingersoll, note with what sanafroid the big infidel will rise np and declare : "Didn't I tell you so ?" Here are thousands of people who have been praying for my soul, an I am the same old scoffer I always was." The trouble with this whole linsiness is. that it only Serves the questionable, purpose of advertising a. bad man and thus widens his a nh ere for mischief. , When Bob Tno-nrsoll is willing to acknowledge what Christianity has done for the human race, and begins to desire to : Via.vn it. do for him what it has don for others, then will it be time enough to pray for him. In the meantime, ; let Christians devote their efforts to the helping of those all about them who not only desire, but are pieaa : ing for their prayers. The World's Fair Tests showed no baking powder . so pure or so great la leav ' 1 . enlag power as the RoyaL Norclen & Hook aud Ladder Co. Th Hook and Ladder Co. have elected the following officers for the ensuing year: Foreman Chas. Reiser. 1st asst. Fred Miller. 2nd " Henry Hartman. Secretary Charlie Hoff. Treasurer Frank Angenstein. . Fire Police Henry Miller. For Xmas. Fancy garters and hose supporters. For Xmas. , Handkerchiefs. For Xmas. Celluloid cuff and collar boxes. For Xmas. Fancy baskets from 5c to 2.50 each. For Xmas. Fancy headrests. For Xmas. White aprons. Celluloid glove and nananercmei cases. Fox Xmas. . , Pin cushions trimmed and untnm tned. For Xmas. ... Celluloid fan and necKtie cases. . For Xmas. Swiss lace sets. For Xmas. Fancy Baskets. 2t Horn & Norden. PHnr.BKSS OF The JjIma NOKTHEKN. A .Tolnt Denot Is Heine Built at Lima. fSoecial Teleenm to The Blide.) t.nii n . TiAn . The promoters of the Lima Northern roaa are pmmug tha Tonrlr with all possible haste. The trt Vina Vin completed into Cairo, seven miles north of this city, anawe , grade is about finished to uoiumous , Grove, seven mnes iamer uu. oompany has received three more en gines, making nve in an, uiu lasting is being done as fast as the track is laid. The company is build ing a joint depot to be used by them and the Ohio Southern. The made fays: The Lima nortn- ern contractors expect to nave ine road complete as far as Adrian by the first of April. President McGrue has on r mi nnori that, the company has made arrangements to get into De troit over the Wabash. Over 500 men are working on the line and track is hpinsr laid at the rate of three miles per day. , Watches for father, mother, sister and brother at Fisk ts Co. Do not fail to see them. 2t K. of P. Election of Officers. At an election of officers to serve for the ensuing six months Held at Pythian hall last Thursday evening the following were cnosen: C. C. Julius JJ. won. V. C H. H. French. Prel. Fred Hildred. M. of W. Albert S. Thiesen. M. of E. D. C. Brown. M. of F. W. F. Meyerholtz. K. of R. and 8. H. L. Vey. , M. at A. Gale B. Orwig. Trustee. Chas. Van Hyning. A nair of leather lecrsrins will make vour bov a eood sensible present for Xmas that will do some erood. You can find them at Honeck's. 2t Holiday Presents. The finest line of Holiday goods is now on exhibition at Saur & Bals- lev's Drug and Book Store. Santa Claus has been very liberal this year and has placed on sale a larger stock and larger assortment tnan ever oe- fore. In the line of books you will find almost everything that is new and popular and at such low prices that everybody can afford to buy them. The Dhotoeranh albums are more beautiful than ever before and the prices much lower. The toilet sets and perfumery cases are indeed beautiful and need to. be seen to be appreciated.'. Step in at Saur . & Balsley's Store and Bee what is to be seen and we are very sure that you will never leave without buying something. A nice couch for a useful, ornamen tal and comfortable Xmas gift at Bitzer's. ' ' ;' . 2t ' . Died. - The community in which he lived were shocked to learn of the death George Ellsworth, of Washington township, which sad event occurred on Friday last. Mr. E. was one of the most prosperous young farmers of the county and was respected by eyerybody. He had been sick sev eral weeks with lung f e ver.f rom which his system never rallied. . He was born in Washington township on April 25th, , 1859, and about nine years ago was united in' marriage to Miss4-Cynthia Whitaker. To this union two children were born, one following the father to the spirit world in its infancy. Mr. Ellsworth was a model citizen and was re spected by all who knew him, ;His death is a great loss to. the com munity in which he lived. ' ; " : ' Baby rings at Fisk & Co. 2t Bruns, BOLL OF HONOR The following persons have paid us on suoscripuon uurmg mo yam two weeks: Chas. Voign wanner H. Voign Maimer J. L. GintzeU Liberty Uenter TV K. Rettitr ttoiarate Henry Rohrs ...Florida n. Roe-art. Napoleon W. G. Kline Van Wert John W. Tanier. Liberty Cfiriter David Carnenter Liberty uenter C. Wheeler Napoleon J. W. Elarton ...Napoleon J. F. Parritt Malmta R. Zollars napoleon W. Ki Stanley Fred Leonhart Stanley Harold jNapoieon W Maiers McUlure Henry Leaders JNapoieon John Weaver Napoleon Heo. Hahn JNapoieon Mrs. M. H. Fisher.. Harrisburg, Ore Jas. Fahringer Liberty Oenter a Knar jNanoieon John F. Rettig Holgate Mrs. Ortwine.. Elery Frank Roddy Ridgeville Wm. Motter Ridgeville Philip Yarnell Napoleon F.dward Carrol Holgate A. B. Slee ..Liberty CeDter S. F. Long Weston Mrs. J. A. Bowdie niuu .T. F. Overhuls Olvmpia, Wash A. E. Augenstein..... Napoleon C. M. Wright....... Liberty Center John Rust Toledo W. N. Zierolf Ridgeland .T V Uirl i Napoleon Frank Shelfe..i-.. Neapolis F. Harmon Napoleon H. Carpenter. Liberty Center Win. Williuian....Ridgeville Corners Samuel Leifer Napoleon j T Kninn JNapoieon B q Overmever..:... Liberty Center Mrs. H. Emmell Texas V. P. Khoner Napoleon K. Browning ....Mcuiure Jacob Mohler West nope Eld. G. A. Bretz Albion, Ind D. Mitchell Hamler Public Sale The undersigned will offer for sale at his residence on the Bryan rise. about two miles north-west of Napo leon, on Tuesday, Deo. 17th, '95, be ginning at 10 a. in., the louowmg property: Two brood mares, one work horse, two Belgium colts, one wide-tire wasron, five head of sheep, one Deerinsf binder and other farm ing implements too numerous to mention. Frank Shasteen. A Significant Departure. With the departure of another year when a review is made of the condi tion of affairs, it is only right that some thoudht be given to the physi cal body which enaoies everyone, to battle with lire's problem and ngure for themselves the profit or loss on the trial balance sheet. Though the bank account may be large and each one's material gain be great, it would not be surprising u it suddenly dawns upon many that good health has been greatly impoverished by the low condition of the blood. It is in this state that the lactic acid. in the vital fluid attacks the fibrous tissues, particularly the joints, making known the local manifestations of rheumatism. Thousands of people have found in Hood's Sarsaparilla the great blood purifier, a positive and premanent cure for rheumatism. Bishop Leonord will preach in the Episoopal church on the 16th instead of the 11th. SIMMONS GOOD FOR EVERYBODY - Almost everybody takes some laxative medicine to cleanse the system and keep tha blood pure. Those who take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR (liquid -or powder) get all the benefits of a mild and pleasant laxative and tonic that purifies the blood and strengthens the whole system. And more than this: SIMMONS LIVER REGU LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps it active and healthy, and when the Liver is m good condition you find yourself free from Malaria. Biliousness. Indigestion. Sick- Headache and Constipation, and rid of that worn out and debilitated feeling. These are all caused bv a sluggish Liver. Good-digestion and freedom from stomach troubles will only be had when the liver is properly at work If troubled with any of these complaints, try SIMMONS LIVER KcUULATOK. .ine Mn oi l.ivci meui dnes, and Better than Pills. 'v-EVERY'PACKAGE-S; "- ' Has the Z Stamp In red on wrapper, J. H. ZeiUa & Co., Phil., Pa. - . 1. 9 REGULATOR? OF PUBLICRECORD. MATTERS' OP IBTEREST OS RECORD IS THE COURT BOUSE. Real Estate Transfer. Marrlajte LU censes, ProbateConriNew. Ditch Hearlngs.etc. ,etc . SHERIFF SALES. J. C. Groll, adm'r vs. Fylinda Lorn bardyet al., at Napoleon, on Satur day, Deo. 14, 1895, at 2 o'clock, p. m., the nw qr or the ne qr or section a in i'latrocK lownsnip. Appraisea.ai 2,000. . NEW COURT CASKS. Fred. H. Voigt vs Lyman S. Hil- labnld. Attachment. Myrtie Brailey vs Johnson Brailey. Divorce and alimony. Geo. R. Teeple vs. Village oiJa poleon. Appeal. ' K. J. u iiearn vs. j ranKiin u. a. Shasteen. Recovery of real estate. Julia A. Hyslop vs. Delno Decker. Appeal. Julia A. iiysiop et ai vs xeino Decker. Appeal. Rebecca J. Scott TS. Thos. Jenkins. Ejectment. State of Ohio vs. John A. McCdl- looh. Bastardy. , MARRIAGE LICENSES. . Harmon Gerken and Mary Meyers. Okolona. Chas. M. Harmon and Sarah R. Fuller. McClure. Henry Knipp and Barbara E. Kratz. Holgate. - - a- REALBSTATE TRANSFERS. nuiioii. ' ' , Wm. Roddy et al td Henry Rohrs, 49 aores in section 28, $1500. Henry BtoroK to u. Meyers, bo aores in section 23, $1900. NOPOLEON TOWNSHIP. J. H. Resh, Co. Aud. to J. F. Von Behren, 6.48 aores in section 12, 2.87 acres in section la and n acres in section 33, $118.79. PLIAgiMT TOWNSHIP. John Scbuller to J. Thiesen, 20 aores in section 86. $1200, . . J. Thiesen to Mary Bcnuiier, 20 acres in section 36. 1200. Peter Ricker et al to Geo. Ricker, 40 aores in section 11, SloOO. J. H. Resh, Co. Aud. to J. G. Von Behren, 40 acres in section 4, 1 acre in section 6. 160 acres in section 12, 80 acres in section 12, 80 acres in sec tion 13 and .38 acre in 83, 552.57. uabzob ' ' Cath. Rinebolt to J. H. Heitman 20 acres in section 2. $1000. J. H. Resh. Co. Aud. to J. F. Von Behren, 20 acres in section 14, $16.81 ' . MOHBOETOWNSBIP. . B. J. Zwayer to F.iM. Genseh aores in section 11. $450. F. M. (iensel to A. FacKard, .33 acres in section 11, $450. P. Fahrer to J. Fahrer and L. Fahrer, 40 acres in section 18 and 40 acres in section 17, $4200. HAKEI80N TOWNSHIP. " J. H. Resh, Co. Aud. to J. F. Von Behren, 13 acres in section 19, 80J acres in section 24, 4 acres in section 29, 12 acres in section 84, 67.67 acres in section 34, anil 26.7 acres in section 18, ?S85.49. LIBERTY TOWNSHIP H. Carpenter to May Slagel, 20 acres in section 13, $750. , WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP Chris. Zahrend to J. E. Weaver, 40 acres in section 28. $1600. J. H. Resh, Co. Aud. to J. F. Von Behren, 80 acres in section 23, 40 acres in section 24, 20 aores in sec tion 25, 4.03 aores in section 27 and acres in section 30, $234.33. i DAM ABOUB TOWNSHIP J. H. Resh, Co. Aud. to J. F. Von Behren; 157.55 acres in section 22 and 2 acres in section 27, $28464. RtCHFIELDTOWNSHIP. I. J. Miller to GK W. Smith, .91 acres in section 14, 850 (i. W. Smith guard, to W, E. Smith, 40.41 acres in section 14, $1500. F. L. Robson to W. E. Wade, 15 acres in section 22, 5 acres in seotion 15, 120 acres in section 22 and 40 aores in section 15, $1500. ' , ; J. H. Resh, Co. Aud. to J. F.. Von Behren, 40 acres in section 10, 18 acres in section 18 and 35 acres in section 26, $118.83. ' " BABTLOW TOWNSHIP." I Savilla Lose to Thos. Oberlitner, 3.34 acres in section 26, $200. S. Williams to F. J. Hangler, 15 acres in section 14, $800. J. H. Kesh, uo. Aud. to J. b . Von Behren, 80 acres in seotion 5, 80 acres in section 9, 1194 acres in section 25 and 119 acres in seotion 27, $573.41. DESHLEB M. F. Wickham to Emma T. Dunn, lots 59 and 60 Stearn s addition, $200. Edwin Wren to L. M.. Bergman. 20 acres in section 14, $1100. J. H. Resh, Aud. to E. A. Blakely, part lot 1, Steam's addition, $10. KOLOATB. L. S. Hillabold to A. C. Smith, part lot 150 original plat, $1200. X.IBEBTTOENTEB. , J. H. Resh, Aud. to Wm. Bauarh man, part lot 51 original plat, $11.69. . NAPOLEONQOBPOBATION . ' ' Ann E. Pease to Geo. Jeakle, lot 29 original plat, $1000. ; J. H. Resh. Co. Aud. to C. N. Schwab, part lot 2, Lowe's addition, $18. . J. H. Resh, Co. Aud. to Lee Park er, part lot 8, Curtis sub division, $1.85. J. H. ResU, Co. Aud. to W. Kra bill, lots 117 and 104 Randall's addi tion. SS4.90. J. H. Resh, Aud. to 8; Heilman, lot 118 Randall s additionSl.57. J. H. Resh, Aud. to 8. E. Kelley, lot 109 Kandail'8 addition, S17.83. J. H. Resh to Eliz. J. Kinder, lots 41 and 43 Randall's addition, $3.24. GBKtiTON. - Barbary Woodell to Sarah South, lot 5 Bnllhart s addition, $175.. C. H. Gldley, reoeiver, toW. 1. Tavior. lot 17& tioom audition, sau. ' John McClure to W. L. Taylor, lot 81 MoClnre'8 addition; $100. !: J. H. Resh, Aud; to John Love, lots 73 and 113 Boom addition, (9.58. MAX.MTA. Elii, Spergen to A. Packard, 83 Bensing's addition, 200. lot 0RDKRSDRAWN05 COUNTY. W. O. Hndson, db. fees ditch 839..!f40 40 Martin Head, cleaning river bridge.. 2 fiO A. AtkinOD, boildiDg cietern 8 75 l, naray, lexas ferryman 33 00 as. Keerao, work on ditch 829 20 00 R. Palmer, wit ne'e fees 70 Geo. Vogle, Infv Director 60 00 Fred. Volkman, labor otlnfy 86 00 frra arps, panpr expenees i 11 Ida Bordner, labor at Infy 16 0 Alva Angel, 86 00 11. Boctelman, Infy Sort, salary 118 75 H. . Stookman. Infy Director 72 50 O. H. Dittmer, " and ex. 82 90 W. W. and K. L. Plant water rent eio. 26 40 D. 0. Brown, clerk feea i ft 11 M. Reiner, shoes 0 75 E. B. Harrison, med. aerv. to panper. 5 00 . " - " . " " .. IB 40 Brockett Bridge Co. steel bridges. ...840 00 Noah Long, sheep claim 9 fQ Dr. Maerker, med. serv. to panper.. 11 10 S. A. Dnding. changing channel of ditch 10 00 John Miller, repairing river bridse.. 2 50 O. W. Fisher, J. P. fees 11 70 M. Bark, oonstable fees 9 00 F. H. Hanehollz, election Judge 8 00 vvriRht, goods lorpauper 2 50 W. W. Campbell, collecting taxes.... 15 82 Chas. liogrefe, work at Infy 43 13 R. Ksran, asst sur. ditch 2 60 M. J. Shoemaker left Monday for Hot Springs for the benefit of his health. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury, as meroury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the wnoie system when entering it through the muoous surface. Such articles should never be used execpt on . prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive then. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co,, Toledo, O., oontain no mer cury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and muoous surraoe of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gen nine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Chen ey & Co. Testimonials free. t"8old by druggist, prioe 75c. per bottle. lux Ohio in the War. Through the kindness of the Rob ert Clark Company of Cincinnati, we have been favored with the new edition of "Ohio in the War" which appears in two large volumes. It contains a valuable history of the services of Ohio generals and all Ohio regiments during the late Rebellion. TheworK is compiled by Whitelaw Reid and is neatly illustrated through out its 2000 plainly printed pages. "Ohio in the War" has practically been out of print for twenty-five years and many ex-soldiers and their ramiiies will be pleased with the op- poi-iuuiiy oi outlining tnis neat re vised edition, especially as it forms a necessary and valuable supplement to the Roster of Ohio Regiments re cently published by the Stats. Everv soldiers should procure a copy of this Historical worK. Go to F. Fuller for practical shoeing. At A. J. Kanney's shop, South Side. n42-4t New heavy tipped Gold New Drenaration and mnA andi in Gold Filling, Bringing them wituiii tue rotten oi ail. W. J. Pierrepont, Dentist, Near Post Office. "I BELIEVE IT. F0R A hHNS I Because Hahn Says So ! Because Hahn Says So ! WE'LL SHOW THEM FOR A Beaver Overcoat in four colors, Black, Blue Slate or Q?1 Tan, , with silk velvet collar and finest of linings, which they e tpJLvJ UL. e e never expected to see as good for the money, "The others" have the same grade of coat but they sell it for $15.00. WE'LL SHOW THEM FOR A fine ImPorted Kersey or Melton Overcoat cut after fashion's latest decree, with raw edges, finest trimming which ' Cy tbey cant duPlicate to save their lives at the other clothing e t (DleQtUUt e stores for a cent less than $15.00, and the chances are ten to -: ' '" ''-' " ' ! one they'll be asked $18.00. WE'LL SHOW THEM FOR A fine Black or Blue Kersey, the yoke silk lined aud bot- tomPwith an All Wool Clay Worsted, the exact same coat put CC ih the window of one of the other clothing stores with a price e CD.LO.VJL. . . card on, marked $20.00., We're weighing our words well .' when we say this, and we mean every word of it. WE'LL SHOW THEM FOR The pnegt Kersey; or Meltorii jnciudirjg the good honest QOH nn CarrMelton's, either the long or short cut, satin lined through . e e U)UUUi out, raw edge, cut and made as fine as if they were made ' - here in our own shop. . ' ;i . , i ALSO A BIG LINE AT ' , If you're an unbeliever at least be broad minded and fair fj JT enough to investigate, and an investigation is certain to oon- tPdr, tPV-lj p I 06 U0 vert you to our way of thinking and selling. The Only Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE Married in the West. We clip the following from the Manoos, (Col.) Times. The young lady most interested was a former residence of Napoleon, where she has many friends, who wish her joy and happiness in her near relations. She is a sister of Mrs. Jas. Donovan: Yesterday, at hisrh noon, a very small party of near friends were met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kelley to witness the solemnization of the marriage of Miss Sadie Veager, of Wauseon, Ulilo and Dr. K. JN. Lowe, of this place. Just at the hour of twelve, the bridal nartv took their places, and Rev. Hiram Bullis, rector of St. Marks Episoopal church, ofDu rango, pronounced the simple, but beautiful, service of his church, which united lor life two young people, than whom, there are none more popular or generally loved in this community. George M. Carr and Miss Isabella Williams acted as best man and lnaid-of-honor. and W, H. Kelley gave away the bride. The ceremony over, and congraulations tendered, the party sat down to a sumtuous wedding dinner, after which, the bride and groom were es corted, by the wedding party, to their oosey home on Grand avenue, where Doctor and Mrs. Lowe easily and gracefully did the honors as host and hostess. Gradually the ranks of the Bachelor Club are being thinned, and tnose lelt behind cannot see such a member as the Doctor has been leave them, and the place he has fill-1 ed in their ranks made a pang of re gret for the days gone, when he was one oi the merriest of the clique, yet one and all extend to the newly wed ded pair sincere and earnest wishes for their welfare, leelintr confident that, in the union of two noble lives, naught but happiness can result. Leander J. Martin, the Tiffin mur derer, who has been inoaroerated in the county jail for safe keeping at Fremont since the night of the riot at Tiffin, was quietly removed to the jail at the latter place Saturday night. He was driven to Tiffin in a covered carriage and was guarded by Sheriff Van Ness ,of Seneca county and his deputies. . Millinery Reduction. . "When we say we will sell you goods at a big reduction that is Just what we will do. tf Mrs. Frkask. G. M. Weber, of Grelton, O., Dist Agt. for the Fraternal Beneficial As sociation of Toledo, O., was in our town this week with a check for $900. made in favor of D. F. Hollopeter, Administrator for the estate of J. W. Walker. A Delightful Thought. Sally Gay Now, Jnck, if you attempt to hug me again, I sbitll scream ! Jack Swift M'ni I Woll, forewarned Is forearmed. Sully Gay Romomber what I say, sir, and but wouldn't It bo rathor nico if you really were four armed f Ne w York World. ays So Simmered right down to the truth, that's the creed of most of the fashionably dressed men. They believe they can't get better over coats for less money anywhere than they can of Hahn. We'll not ask for an easier task of converting more men to our way of doing business if they'll only give us a chance to show them our fashionabU goods and our way of doing business. They'll buy. Why? GEORGE HAHN, Clothier, and Tailor in the City JUKIES FOK COMMOX PLEAS COUItT. Petit Jury. The following is a list of the petit jurymen drawn to serve during the January term of court and to meat Tuesday, Jan. 7, '96, at 10 a. in: E. J. O'Hearh, Bartlow. B. M. Butler, " Geo. Hearthneck.'Pleasant. Nathaniel Eversole. Washington. C. H. Belknap, Napoleon. C. M. Burr, Monroe. ' ' Frank W. Reiter, Harrison. Wm. M. Stoner, Damascus. C. A. Clifton, Liberty. David Swartz, Bartlow. Lawrence Bonn, Marion. David Leist, Liberty. Emanuel Roy er, Damascus. W. a. McKee, Marion. . Grand Jury."- ' The following is a list of the Grand Jury drawn to serve during the Jan uary term of court and to meet Mon day, January 6th, '90, at 10 a. m: Asa Senter, Harrison. ' , , , L. M. Grove, Monroe. Wesley F. Young, Pleasant. . i ; . Harmon Wulff, Washington.' Geo. W. Raidle, Napoleon. W. L. Woodward, Liberty. Samuel Ginder, Washington. E. N. Weaver. Flatrock. Benton Zollars, Napoleon. Oscar Harshbarger, Marion. Henry Andrix, Richfield. E. C. Blue, Marion. Robt. Carpenter, Liberty. A. F. Corey, Harrison. " ' Daniel Demland, Pleasant. DAY IN THE SENATE. Uonroa Doctrine th Subject of the First Formal Speech. Washington, Deo. 5. The senate worked yesterday while the house en jiVed a recess, but most of the business transacted was of a routine character. Mr. Hour ' showed the disposition toward co-operation with the president in dealing with the Turkish question by offeriug a resofution denouncing tha reoent atrocities in Turkey and assur ing the executive branch of cordial in dorsement by congress of a vigorous course for the protection of American citizens in Turkey and the suppression of the barbarities against Christianity. Mr. Hoar did not ask immediate action on the resolution, but he secured the adoption of another resolution request ing the president to submit to the senate al correspondence relating to Turkey. Tne resolution makes specific inquiry as to what American consuls are absent from their posts by reason of the disor der prevailing. The first formal speech of the session was made by Mr. Allen (Pop. Nev.), on Cuba and the Monroe doctrine. Mr. Allen urged the recognition of the Cuban insurgents, the annexation of Cuba aud a strong foreign policy. Take the Northwest, only $1. 99 e