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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON. O., FEBRUARY C, 1896.
trXIIEOLDCST i Business House N NAPOLEON, IS'. HUMPHREY'S "OLD RELIABLE" In Humphrey's Block, Wherryonoanboy Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Blushes, WALL ISDZWISQIIW PAPEB. Blank :-: Books, NOTIONS, ETC., ETC. W Theeejoods arerehablcand wil 'be SOLD CHE AP ! D. MEEKISOiN, BANKER, NAPOLEON, O. Banking House j.nnuRHO NAPOLEON, 0. MONEY LOANED. VecelgnandDomestle ErohangeBonghl and Sold I loweMourrent rates, and Colleotlonaon all polntsmade promptly. t. 1C- AND HENS! COUNTY NEWS. HT0FFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND 00 NAPOLEON, OHIO, FEBRUARY 6, 1896. OFFICIAL CALL For the Democratic Convention. National Philadelphia, Jan. 14, 1891!. The Demooratio national committee hav ing met in Washington, Jan. lGth, ha up pointed Tuesday, July 7tli, at 12 o'clock noon, and ohoaen the eity of Chicago aa the plaoe for holding the Demoorntio national convention. Eaoh state is entitled to a rep resentation therein equal to double the number of its senators and representatives in congress, and eaoh territory and the Dis trict of Columbia shall have two delegates. All Democratic conservative citizen of the United States, irrespective of past po iitioal , sxooiation and differences, who can unite with us in the effort for pnre econom ical and constitutional government are cor dially invited to join iu sending delegates to tne convention. W. F. Habbitv, S. P. Sheebin, ' Chairman, Secretary. '- The man who is always crying re reform in the man to watch, says an exchange. Then the people of To ledo want to watch Major, who has wheels in his head with every spoke labeled reform. Col. A. B. Coit, who had charge of the troops during the Washington, C H riots and who was indicted for manslaughter, has been acquainted. Jim Coebktt didn't even know enough to tell the bystanders that he usually came down stairs that way, the other day when an irate Phila delphia fireman (jhrew him down." THE IBk!to'eoty(trnnd jaiy added two mora indictments on Sat urday in oonneotlon , with alleged bribery in the legislature. They were against ex-Senators Abbott and Iden. A second indiqtment was also return ed against Senator W. C. Gear. The people in this country do not care what , the European nations think of those Armenian resolutions adopted by Congress, so long as the resolutions . arouse ,. the.,,, aforesaid European nations to their duty to Christianity. It should be interesting to note in the introduction of Utah as a state that forty of the sixty-three members of the legislature are Mormons. The United States senators have, howev er, been selected, one from Mormon following, and one from among the Gentiles, both Republicans. Major Holcombe, of Paulding, has been turned down for oil inspec tor and Capt. Luckey, of Ottawa, county, gets the fat. plum. Hol combe is having a rough political road to travel. He is weloome to spend his money for the g. o. p. cause, but the plums fall to others. The collectorship fight has- been settled by President Cleveland ap pointing J. H. Puck of Toledo as col lector of customs for the Miami dis trict. The appointment hag held fire for a long time, thus allowing a Re publican to hold over a term which by everything just and right belong ed to a Democrat. . ,; . ' The Holgate Review issued a spec ial edition last week. The paper con tained Holgate illustrated, and was a stroke of enterprise highly commen dable. It was hard for us to recog nize some of our old friends who were portrayed In the edition, bat taking the illustrations at "IJ whole jfchey were very good,'' '! BKJATOK TiaijER, the Republican free silver senator, has a knack of telling the truth even if it Is not al ways pleasant to his Republican col leagues. In a debate in the senate a few days ago Senator Sherman de clared that the silver coinage at 18 to 1 was a dead Issue and he berated the Republican silver senators for want ing to discuss it and refusing to re port and pass the tariff bill sent over from the house without debate. This stirred Senator Teller and he respond ed to Senator Sherman In this wise: I know very well that the free sil ver bill will not become a law. But I am tired of being lectured by sena tors who know equally well that the tariff bill will not become a law. There has never been the slightest ex pectation of it becoming a law. Even if it should be brought before the senate, and finally passed by the aid of two or three PopuliHt votes, it would be sure to meet with an execu tive veto. Had you the slightest ex pectation of it ever becoming a lawi it would have been framed on very different lines! It was Just put into congress as a political move, and for no other purpose. As this is to be a political play, we will play politics on our side. That is pretty good coming from a Republican senator, but it was not all. Senator Teller continued: What I complain of is that on thi side of the ehamber the majority of the Republicans are absolutely with out a policy. You have not got any, you have not dared to have any, and you will not have one now. You dare not redeem the greenbacks. That vou know would afford you relief, You dare not go before the public in 1898 with your candidate on that kind of a platform. You know where you would land. The people of the United States are now demand ing of us some action that will relieve the country, not a temporary thing. not the Issuing of bonds to-day and more to-morrow, and then wonder what we are going to do at the end, but they ask for some sys tem. The president and the sec retary of the treasury have offered us one. We reject it. Now, then ought we not to offer something? We offer free coinage. You offer noth ing. Drifting to the argument made by Republicans that the issue of bonds to obtain gold was because of the lack of revenues, Senator Teller said The lack of gold in the treasury is not. In my judgment, tne result of a lack of revenue. It is because there is an increased demand in Europe for the gold to pay our debts, xnat may be owing to two or three causes. One is, granting now that this is the scheme of the administration, that it is distrust. That may be the cause, It may be that the distrust has oc casioned the sending here of our se curities and selling them. It does not make any difference what the revenue is, if that distrust exists our securi ties will come here. It does not make anv difference what the revenues are. if the balance of trade is against us we have got to send the gold abroad. It is a fact we did not break into the reserve of $100,000,000 until after the present administration came into into power. To be fair, I am bound to say that I have not the slightest doubt that we should have broken into it if Mr. Harrison had been re elested. It was not the Democratic party that came into power that made it, it.was the condition of the country. Col. Iuoebsoll has gone back to lecturing on Shakespeare. It would be well if he would continue in the same line and let the Bible alone. Mr. Harrison paid his respects to President Cleveland by a personal call at the White House, but he didn't do as much for Mr. Reed. Perhaps he hasn't enough respect for the latter to pay. The Republican Legislature will be compelled to pass some kind of a liquor reform law, but it will not be the Haskell-Harris bill. No doubt they will increase the Dow tax, probably $100, whioh they say will close 1500 saloons and raise the I'eyenue of State $500,000. In Opposing the Haskell temper ance bill, Representative Snider, Re publican member from Cuyahoga county, gives this as his reason : "I believe that its passage would Elace the .State in Jbe hands of the emooratlo party, , who would repeal it and perhaps perpetuate themselves in power. Hamilton-county would go Democratic by an overwhelming majority, I am told, and I firmly be lieve that Cuyahoga county would be lost to the Republicans. It is a bad party measure and I shall op pose it." It is a big thing to 'say but never theless true, that a great multitude of people have crowned Simmons Liver Regulator, the '.'King of Liver Medicines." There is 'nothing like it for Malaria, Rheumatism, Chills and Fever, 'Cbnsitpation, ... Biliousness, Sick Headache, Indigestion and all troubles arising from a sluggish or diseased liver. Simmons Liver .Reg ulator is the prevention and cure for these ailments. ; Nicotine Neutralized No Nerves Quaking No Heart Palpitating ' No Dyspeptio Aching ANTIHc TDDAOCO We're it The Old Coldwater Road to be : Built The Lint is to bs Known is tne Cea tral Mlcnlgin and tne Ohio an. Micnlgan Belt Line, And to Connect Grand Earen, Micbi ; gin,' Witt Fostoria, JJhlf. Napoleon on the Route, ' Probably. At last it looks very much as though the old Coldwater railroad bed was to be utilized, by the build ing of a line of road from Grand Haven. Mich., on the east shore of Lake Michigan, to Fostoria, Ohio, This is the proposed or laid out line, but the prospects are good for mak ing Napoleon the end of the road in Ohio, where it will connect with th Lima Northern for the Jackson coal fields, a coal field which the project ed new line wishes to reach above all other connections. Col. Jerry W. Boyton, the noted railroad 'boomer and President of the Central Michigan Railroad Co., paid Napoleon a visit on Mon day for the purpose of business. He had been here before in looking over the line, but this time he came for decided purpose, and that was to give .Napoleon a preference for the new road. ' , A preliminary meeting was held in the Probate Court room on Monday evening, which was quite largely at tended and considerable interest manifested in the project, Col. Boyn- ton was present and gave, a review of the Intentions of the company in building the line over the old Cold water road-bed. Josiah Holler was made President of the meeting. Col. Boynton said he had now been laboring for four years upon the pro ject, and that daylight had been reached and the road was a fixed fact and that its entire length would be constructed within the present year. His company has secured valu able terminal facilities at Milwauke, Grand Haven and other points, about 9-10 of the right of way secured through the State of Michigan, and the biggest end of it through Ohio, or the counties in Ohio through which the road will pass. Marine interests have guaranteed the erection of a car ferry system be tween Grand Haven and Milwauke. Boats large enough to hold forty cars will be constructed for this service, and the distance .made between the two points will be covered in seven hours. These boats will be over 4C0 feet in length. The bonds for this new railroad project, amounting, to $3,000,000 have been placed, and the money for the building of the line will be forthcom ing as fast as the work can be pro jected. The road will be known as the Michigan Central and Ohio and Michigan Belt Line, and will be an additional outlet for the immense freight business of St. Louis, Chicago and Milwauke, as well as reaching the great lumber regions of Michigan and the rich coal fields of Ohio. The road will cross the Wabash, Detroit Division, at Kunkle, the C, J. & M. at West Unity, Lake Shore at Archbold, and the Wabash again at Napoleon. .Before the meeting adjourned a committee of five was appointed, con sisting of J. Koller, M. Donnelly, J, C. Saur, D. Meekison and M. E, Loose, to confer with Col. Boyton Tuesday morning, and report to an adjourned meeting to be held Tues day evening, ! At this conference we understand an understanding was arrived at by which Napoleon was to be made a point on the road, provided its citi zens raised the amount of $5,000, $2, S00 to be paid immediately and $2,500 to be paid when the road is complet ed. The payment of $2,500 to be se cured satisfactorily,' with a guarantee that the amount is to be refunded providing the road is not built to Na poleon. : The committe went to work at once to raise the amount and by Tuesday evening had $2,010 of the sum sub scribed, whioh they reported to the meeting held in the evening. The Tuesday evening meeting was poorly attended, which was not very encouraging to the committee and those making an effort to seoure this new and important line of railway for Napoleon. ' Property owners and business men should throw off their apparent apathy and oome to the re lief 6f the committee with their sub scriptions and their presenoe at the ne meetings, , -, ; - At this meeting an auxilliary com mitte, consisting of Messrs. ' Henry Rohrs, H. O. Grosohner, John Vooke, Geo. Hildred and R. W. CahiJl, was appointed, to assist in raising sub scriptions. . v P. S. Since the above was in type we learn the committee has thrown op the sponge and quit operations, and that Col. Boynton has left the city with the Impression that Napo leon don't want his line of railway, and with the determination of mak ing overtures with other places whioh have asked for the road and promis ed liberal -donations.: . v $ This Is a bad state of affairs for, Napoleon, and- instead or tne com rulttee receiving rebuffs and flat re fusals from our citizens, they , should have been received with a hearty wel come and cheer for the sacrifice they were making to further the Interests of Napoleon. ' This new line of railway may stiil come to Napoleon, bnt oar citizens are running a great risk in turning the cold shoulder to the enterprise when it is knocking at our doors. For the paltry sum of $5,000 CoL Boynton was . willing to guarantee the road to Napoleon! The amount should have been subscribed inside of two hours, - but Instead the com mittee worked like beavers one whole day, and visited most everybody to be seen, and less than half the amount was forthcoming! Citizens of Napoleon, wake np! Re vive your committee! Encourage them by giving your support and presenoe, and the victory may not be lost to us yet! Call a meeting get together act! In a letter written for publication ex-President Harrison has declined to be a candidate before the St Louis convention. A bill has been introduced in the legislature which provides that the marriage license fee shall be $2.00, one-half to go to the state. Any thing to relieve an impoverished state treasury, with the Republicans, Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reacn diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deaf ness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an innamed condition of toe mucons lin ing of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed ycu have a rumbling sound or imperfect heariag, and when it is entirely closed Deaf ness is the result, and unless the in flammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition. neanng will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused bv catarrn, wnicn is nothing but an in- named condition of tne mucous sur faces. We will srive One Hundred Dollars for any cases of Deafness ( caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu lars, free. F, J. CHENEY & Co.. Toledo. O. "S'Sold by Druggists, 75o. 1m MORTGAGE HOLDERS WILL BE INTERESTED IN THE NEW BILL OF SENA TOR JOHNSON. It Promises Tax Relief to Those Whose Property Is Encum , bored. Senator Johnson of the Lima dis trict has introduced the following bill into the Ohio Senate which will be interesting to both real estate owners whose p6perty is encumber ed and to those persons who have loaned money oq mortagages on such property: ".' .! AiBILL. i , To supplement Section 2S07 of the itevisea statures or vnio. Section 1. Be it enacted bv the General Assembly of the State of uuiu, iimt secuon oi tne Jtte- vised Statutes of Ohio, be supple mented as follows: Sec. 2807a. It shall be the dutv of eacn township and ward assessor, annuauy, xo enter, in a register or book provided for bv the auditor of the county, opposite the name of eacn person, company or corporation, owning real estate m tneir or its re spective township, city or ward in Ohio, a statement under oath, as to the amount of all hens, that are val id and subsisting against real estate so owned; the kind of lien or liens, if oue, li not due tne date when the same shall become due, the date when given or obtained. to whom due, to whom interest payable or to UD JOIU IV, bllB iCOlUDUUV VI BU1U lit! U holder or holders, and the residence of the person receiving the interefst. and return the same to the county auditor, who shall file the same In the auditor's office, which shall be come a part of the record. . It shall be the duty of the county and city' boards of equalization at tneir annual meeting to reduce tne listed value af all real nronertv so en cumbered, by deducting the value of said lien or liens ; but in no event shall there be an amount deducted exceed ing two-thirds of the listed value of such real property. If said board of equalization find that any lien or liens owned in said county, where such lien or liens exist and are not listed for taxation according to law, said board shall list the same, with the penalty prescribed by law. Where a lien holder or holders, whose residence is in Ohio, other than in the county where such lien or liens exist, it shall be the duty of the au ditor to transmit to the auditor of said county, where such residence is had, a certified transcript of the amount of said lien or liens, whose duty it shall be to oall attention of the county or city board of equali zation of said county, and if said amount is not listed for taxation ac cording to law in said county, the same shall be listed with the penalty as prescribed by law. Any person, company or corporation, who refuse to make the statement as herein pro vided, snau not De entitled to any benefits provided. Whoever misrep resents under oath the value of any lien or liens shall be guilty of pre- jury and punishment according to the laws of Ohio, provided in cases of prejury. ,fc Sec. 2. . This act shall be in force from and after its passage; 's ,: You Can Believe I The testimonials published in behalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla. , They are written by honest people, who have actually found intheirown experience tnat Hood's sarsaparilla purines tne blood, creates an annetite. strength ens the system and absolutely and permanently cures all diseases caused by impure or deficient blood. Hood's Pills for ' the liver and bowels, aot promptly, easily and ef fectively. , t. ! The World's Fair Tests J; showed no baking powder V . so pur pr fo gnat la ieav ''""' tnhig power mm the i&fwl.- " WHITE METALIINS." Scnite Snbstitota For Tne Bind Bill is :' Passed. BY A VOTE OF 42 TO 33. Full Text of the Measure Was Passed. as It Washington, Feb. 1. The long struggle in the senate over the ques tion of the the free coinage of silver terminated at p. in. to-day when ine iree coinage substitute was adopted. At 2 o clock the discussion was closed. - Prior to that, however, Mr. Morrill (rep., v t.) offered an amendment re serving to the government the selgn iorage on the silver coined; and the senate rejected it. Mr. Gorman Mem Md.) also moved to lay the substitute on the tables and that motion was defeated. The bill as amended passed by vote of 42 to 85. Its title was chang- eu so as to maxe is read: "To restore the coinage of silver dollars and for other purposes." All the sections of the house bill are struck out The bill now coea to the house for concurrence in the sub stitute. The bill as amended reads as follows That from and after the passage of tnis act tne mints or the United States shall be open to the coinage of suver and mere snau be coined dol lars of the weight of 412 grains troy oi standard silver, nine-tenths tine, as provided by the act of January 18, 1837, and upon the same terms and subject to the limitations and provi sions of law regulating the coinage and legal tender quality of crold. and whenever the said coins herein pro- viaeo ior snau De received in tne treasury, certificates may be issued therefore in the manner now provid ed by law. Section 2. That the secretary of the treasury shall coin into standard suver dollars, as soon as practicable. according to the provisions of section l oi tnis act, from tne silver bullion purchased under authority of the act of July 14, 1890. entitled 'tAn act directing the purchase of silver bul lion and the issue of treasury notes thereon, and for other purposes," that portion of said silver bullion which represents the seigniorage or profit to the government, to-wit; the difference between the cost of the silver purchased under said act and its coinage value, and said dollars so coined shall be used in the payment of the current expenses of the gov ernment: and for the purpose of mak- lug tne seigniorage immediately avaname ior use as money, the secre tary of the treasury is hereby auth orized and directed to issue silver certificates against it as if it was already coined in the treasury. Election 8. That no national bans note shall be hereafter issued of a denomination less than $10, and all notes of such banks now outstanding of denomination less than that sum shall be, as rapidly as practicable, taken up redeemed and cancelled, and notes of $10 and larger denom inations snail be issued in tneir stead, under the direction of the comptrol ler of the currency. (section 4. The secretary of the treasury shall redeem the United States notes, commonly called 'green back,' and also the treasury notes is sued under the provisions of the act of July 14, 1890, when presented for redemption in standard silver bollars or in gold coin, using for redemption of said notes either gold or silver coin or both at the option of the holder, but exclusively at the option of the treasury department, and said notes, commonly called ''greenback" when so redeemed, shall be reissued as pro vided by the act of May 31, 1878. The bill as amended by the senate was finally passed by a vote of 45 to 35. Nine Times Out of Ten, The Commercial Traveler would find the Buckeye mileage ticket bet ter adapted to his wants than any other ticket. It is the best in the market. It covers more than one hundred transportation lines trav ersing the states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, New York and Penn sylvania. This ticket is sold at rate of twenty dollars, is good one year from date of sale and on many rail roads is accepted in payment for ex cess baggage chtrg.'s, seat fare in parlor cars and luea Is in dining cars of some roads, which makes it a very handy article to be carried by all trav elers. For leaflet giving list of roads, map showing territory covered and full imformation, write agents C. H. v. ec X. Ky. or w. a. jrisher, ti. p. & T. A., Columbus, O. jan23 2m It Is Indeed Aggravating. Every one who has finished a voyage by sea, whether it be long or short, and whether he be good sailor or bad, has a strenuous desire to feel the solid ground once more beneath his feet. - This eager Bess alwujs causes intense aggravation at tho time the skipper plays at bringing his ship alongside the landing stage. Any one who has been on a penny steamer knows that it is quite possible to ran alongside a pier without any fuss at all, yet an ocean going vessel has to go through all sorts of maneuvers before her passengers can be landed. Tiresome and apparently unnec essary tugs will hang on and pull her this way and that, but the chief essential seems to be that she should be Bwung right around, as if to pretend that her voyage was not ended, but was just about to be gin. Pall Mall Gazette. . faoless Question. "Dis ting's got to go frough," said one of the aldermen at the committee meeting. "Dere's money in in " "Fur de city?" asked a member, of the council. And the only reply he got was the glassy store. Chicago Tribune. . ' Awarded ' Richest Honors World's Fair. PR' CREAM MLW MOST PERFECT MADE. I pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret lom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant -40 YEARS THE STANDARD. ' mm. THE NEW GUIPk What a ruyalclan SaJ-s of the ' . Disease.... - The New York Timet says the pre sent visitation of the grip is being at tended by symtoms decidedly differ ent in many eases, from those that characterized this disease daring any 01 iub years in me aecaae since was introduced from Russia. Many physicians have noticed, in their practice, new symptoms, and the subject is to be considered by the county medical society at its next meeting at tne Academy of Medicine, in New York. Speaking on the subject one of the beet known scientists and physicians in New York a man with an exten sive practice said; The grip, this year seems to anect, tne serous mem- b ranees that is, the tissue which in vest and cover the different vital organs of the body. When the grip attacks the spinal cord and brain it produces meningitis, when it attacks tne lungs it 'produces pneumonia, when it affects the Intestines it causes peritonitis, and when it af fects the membranes covering the joints it leads to what is generally called rheumatism. "It seems that the left side of the body is usually more affected than the right side. "From the inflammation ' of the membranes the disease is continuous, and affects the organs which they invest, particularly is tnis the case with the lungs, in which event phen monia develops when apparently all other symptoms have disappeared. The grip, when it has advanced thus far, is severe, and must receive prompt attention. The grip this winter is nnusuallv prevalent, and when it attack the ser ous membranes it is distinctly conta gious. One person may get the dis ease by coming in direct contact with another person who is suffering from tne same. Cold weather will undoubtedly do much to abate the disease, but its dis tinctly contagious properties will pre vent the full measure of the good wnicn would otherwise oe promptly afforded by the lowering of the tem perature and the clearing of the sky. "The new srrip, of course, attacks the weak sooner than the strong, but even the healthy are liable to con tract it through contagion. "The thing for tne people to do Is to observe the first symptoms of the grip. Whenever the peculiar rheu matic pain is felt in the arm. or at the base of the skull, the person should stay in bed, or in a warn room, and should take hot drinks, such as hot water, hot tea, or hot lemonade, and he should avoid all alcholio stimu lants, and eat very snmiy, toast pre- terred. , . "In particular, alcohol is a positive posion in case 01 env wnicn attacks the serous membranes. Those who are not accustomed to drink alcholio beverages suffer less than those who are habituated to their use. "The disease lasts usually six davs. reaching a crisis on the seventh day. I have seen the grip germ affect differ ent members of the same family dif- ierentiy this winter, one child, for instance, will be afflicted with symp toms of meningitis, another with those of pneumonia, and still another with congestion of the kidneys. When tne grip developes into pneumonia the disease spreads rapidly and covers a large area of lungs. The period of incubation is from one to five days. . . Kecovery is nnusally on the sixth day if there are no complications. A high ratio of fatalities attends the attack of the grip on the kidneys. I should mention that the grip this winter shows a decided tendency to affect the lining of the kidneys and then the kidneys themselves, thus often ending in fatal congestion of those organs. The congestion of the kidneys leads to the congestion of the lungs. THE INSIDE HISTORY OF FAILURE TO MAKE DEMONSTRA TION AGAINST TURKEY. Great Britain r.'as Villlnc. bnt Rnmia Objected Fending Her Negotiation! With the Porte Tor Restoration of Order in Armenia. London, Feb. 4. A dispatch to The St. James Gazette from Washington says that the correspondent of that pa per has the highest authority for an nouncing that the entente between Rus sia and Tnrkey is known at tho state department, and that it has had a most important effect in modifying the plan the administration had prepared to com pel Tnrkey to pay an indemnity for the damage done to American property in Armenia. Continuing the correspond ent says that in spite of denials he is able to assure the readers of his paper that a naval demonstration upon the part of the warships of the United States was prepared and that a cabinet meeting approved the policy of bringing pressure to bear upon Turkey. He also says that Secretary Olney entered into wiiiinninuauou wuu nosiuu ana u-reae Britain, asking them if they would op pose action of the United States against Turkey. Great Britain's reply, he says, was favorable, but Russia informed Mr. Olney that Bher preferred there should be no naval demonstration at . that timo, as Russia was negotiating to bring about a restoration of order in Turkey, which country, Mr. Olney was informed, would pay any indemnity lrequired. Therefore, still according to the cor respondent of the St. James Gazette, the projected demonstration of United States war vessels in Turkish waters was abandoned. ; ...-..., The Women Elect Officer. ' 1 ' Washington, Jan. 29. The Woman Suffragists elected officers as follows: President, Susan B. Anthony, re-elected unanimously ; vice president-at-large, Anna Howard Shaw, re-elected ; corres ponding secretary, Rachael Foster Av ery; recording secretary, Alice Stone Elriekwell J treasurer, Harriet ..Taylor Upton ; first auditor, Miss Laura Clay ; second auditor, Mrs. Anna Diggs. f ' Two Children Horned to Death. Pittsburg, Jan. 29. Fire broke out at the home of John Steele and two children were burned to death and Mrs. Steele was fatally injured by jumping. ! ? . Free Delivery Extended, 4 Washington, Jan. 29. Free delivery mail service will be extended so 18 post offices on April 1, swelling the total number of free delivery offices to 633. ' . Another Cabinet Crisis. ' Colon, Columbia, Feb. 4. A dispatch from Guayaquil says that the ministers of public works and publio Instruction in Ecuador have resigned. Tlnimlns I fear that I wil never suo. seed as a literary man, ofier s!L Simmons Too don't mean it? ' ' 1 Immtna But I da I had myself care fully examined hfimnt tmiiuni ii.. specialist, and he says there la nothing the matter with me imUnrmnotU Jonet . Nervous People shonld feeliie that the enly true and permanent core for their conditio la to be to and la having: Purp Blood Because the health of every organ and tissue ot the body depends npon the parity of the blood. The whole world knows the standard Mood purifier la Hood's,. Sarsaparilla And therefore It Is the only true and reliable medicine for nervous people. It makes the blood pare and healthy, and thus cores nervousness, make the nerve firm and strong, gives sweat sleep, mental vigor, a good appetite,, perfect digestion. It does all this, and corea Scrofula, Eczema, or Salt tth.gm . and all other blood diseases, because it , Makes - Pure Blood Results prove every word we have aaid. Thousands of voluntary testi moniala fully establish the fact that Hood SSar$a- Be Sure f7XVQS to Get Hood's 'rv" ' " I could not sleen. I took two hoti ties ot Hood's Sarsaparilla and felt all right again." E. E. Omr, West An- dover, Ohio. Hood's Pills r&y- Regulations for Improved. Roads in Henry Coun ty, Ohio. - " RESOLVED, by the Board of Commiuloners ofHeorv Conntv. O.. rnnntttHMnir of Director! for laid cooBty, under the provtolon vi 01 ine iKTinea eretnre of Ohio. ameoded April '10th, 18W, In Session Lawk, Volume 91, paces !M and 183; That it ahall be unlawful Ijr any person or person, firm or cor. voratton to transport over any gtavel road, atone iubu or macHuuniKa roaa in jaenr uounty, o when aaid road an wet and soft, in any vehicle having a width of tire ot three inches or nnw.r.l. any burden Rreeter than 600 pounds In weight. And the township trnsteu tn each township through which any of the shoved described road pass, are hereby appointed to enforce the require ment of this regulation. The above Resolution was passed by the follow in a vote, to-wit: Yosa M. Belaer, Burn Hill and D. T. Burr. Nays, none. Commissioner Office, HenryCo. O. February Srd, 1896. J. H. EESH, Co. Auditor; Notice of Appointment. Estate of Frederick Heffiinger, de ceased. THE undersigned ha been appointed nd qnall fied a administrator of the estate of Frederic; lit mineer, late of Henry County, Ohio, deceased. wswa isu ztim nay oi January. A, JOHN Y. BIQOS.' Notice of Appointment. Estate of Amanda Harris, deceased. THE nndersitmed has been sppoicteennd quali fied a administrator vt the estate of Amanda Harris, late of Henry county, o, deceased. uatea tnis i'Jin da y 01 J an usry, A . U.-l'-'JB. T.A.CtfNWAT. ONION MEAT MARKET. REISER & FLOGAUS,' DIALISSJN Fresh and Salt Meats, Bologna, Sausage, &e. Highest market price paid for cattle, calves, sheep, hogs, . poultry and hides. Washington Street, HAPOLEON, OHIO. SALES AGENTS MUTED for Made to Measure and ReadY Made Cloth- infi; by Sample Very lowest price for best Clothing. Liberal commiMioHS are paid. Ed- ergetio ioliclttng ageoU cab maka from one to three thousand do Hare early. Storekeepers can. supply th tinsel vee without carrying stock. Send -three references. ,. . . -, WANAMAKER& BROWN, PHILADELPHIA. WE MUST HAVE HELP. We nay men and'. women $10 to $18 per week for easy home work. No books or peddling . Steady employment guar anteed. Sendatamn for work and nartictilara at-. - once. HERMAN & 8EYMOUB, US South Sixth. Street, Jfhilaaeipnia, jfa. ., i&nau-sm ' ESTABVSHBIJ 1865. CHASE'S BARLEY MALT WHISKY. . Absolutely Pure. Recommended And en dorsed BY THE LEADING Physicians & Chemists., as THE FINEST STIMU LANT AND TONIC FOR, MEDICINAL & FAMILY' . ; USE. ' . For MALARIA, DYS PEPSIA and WEAK" . lungs it 19 unequaled ' ' For Saws By Esreers Sc Son. sole agentsf or Napo leon. , ' - 1 yr ' -COLLEGE T.' 1 CillIlCI 3j ' jou are at lose to know what to do to furnish yon steady and lucrative employment. You certainly con enjoy Office work; we are certain we can accommodate yon, with Bitnation alter eompieima- wu., mm tie. We have 1600 in Unatlone. but need more wno possess the necessary English education, to , accept our miure poaitiona. MELCHIOR BROTHERS. decS-ty . TOLEDO, OHIO. Dr. Frederick L. Meagley, J ' Hatlonal Union BaUdlng, . t' Toledo, Ohio. Phone aWPracHe limited tc- 1 , . 6 t Diseases ot the,; Rectum. V f(p