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DEMOCRATIC NORHWEST, NAFOLliON O, NOVEMBER 5, 1896.
''J? II 12 OLOE8T Business House N NAPOLEON, IS HUMPHREY'S "OLD RELIABLE" In Humphrey's Block, Whereyoueinbnj Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes WALL 1SDIWIS0GW PAPEH. .Blank :-: Books, NOTIONS, ETC., ETC. HfTheseioodsirereliabWandwil ibe SOLD CHEAP I D. JUEEK1S03, BACKER, NAPOLEON, O: Banking House J. I SflOB & 130 The Fifth Dis trict Redeemed! MEEKISON ELECTED TO CONGRESS By An OYerwhelming Majority! Our fellow citizen, Hon. David Meekison, has redeemed the 5th dis trict, he being elected to Congress by a large plurality, four or five thous and! The official figures cannot be given at the time of going to press, but be has carried every county in the district, by from 50 to 1750 votes each. NAPOLEON, 0. MONEY LOANED. Foreign nd Domeitio ExehangeBonghtmd 9old I lows (current rtei,nd Colleotlonton til polnttmtde promptly. 1C ASD HENfiY COUHTT KEWS. BTOFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND CO NAPOLEON, OHIO, NOVEMBER 5, 1896 All honor to the people of Henry county. They voted for humanity and against white slavery. Mr. Bryan is the most marvelous campaigner in the history of Ameri can politics. If not elected 1800 he's our candjdte in 1000 I Hurrah for Pryan, . r" As we have said from the start, if all localities would do as well as Hen ry county for silver, the electibn of Bryan would have been almost unanimous. Friends of humanity! The fight is not over. Line up your ranks and , at the enemy again. Victory for your cause must come, foiylt is just in the eight of God and man. We expected by the time we went to press Wednesday afternoon to at least give this county unofficially, but it has been impossible to get even the unofficial -turns, and we a- compelled to go to press without them, The majorities will range about as follows m Henry county: Bryan 1750. Meekison 175(7, V 1450' Cuff 1450, Bretz 1400, Inflrmary,I)1 rector 1400, Coroner 1400. v , Henry County ? Well, Here! Yes, We've Simply Stopped Countin ''i , f ."'ii"Vs,.t . All honor to the people of Henry eounty. They voted for humanity and against white slavery 1 As we have said from the start, if all localities would do as well as Henry county for silver, the election of Bryan would have been almost unanimous. Think of it, George Russell's home, and as he said his stronghold, cast 230 straight Democratic tickets! Rus sell, your in the soup and don't know it. ' " ' ' Friends of the Hon. Win. H. Hub bard here in Henry county send him greeting over his election to the judgeship in the Defiance district. The great Northwest is all Democratic. Farm laborers in Cheshire, Eng land, get $10 per month and a cottage and garden rent free. They seem to fare about as well in free-trade Eng land as in these protected United States. It is claimed that Russia sadly needs more doctors, there being only one to 0,000 inhabitants. The atten tion of the somewhat overnuuierous members of the profession in our own nation is called to this waiting field. If McKinley is elected President it has been achieved by purchase and intimidation of the floating and labor votes of the large cities. My God, what a victory, and at what a cost! It makes a true American's blood boil. Paderewski sends word over from France that he is not crazey. How ever, he says nothing about the peo ple who pay $3.50 a seat for the pur pose of watching and hearing him knock the inside fixings out of grand pianos. The result of the election of Mc Kinley, if he is elected, is through political trickery and concentrated Influence of capital in purchasing and intimidating voters in the cities. Out upon such a victory! It's not victory, it is a disgrace to the American peo ple! , There were thirty-three new granges organized in Ohio during the year ending September 30, 1896, and one hundred and sixty-nine in all the states. The total number of granges organized since the foundation of the order is 27,379. A good many have surrendered their charters, but the order is yet etrong and doing much good. . As we go to press Ohio is still in doubt, although the republicans are olaiming it by a large majority, as they do about everything else. We think there is a probabilty of Ohio going for Bryan, and we have good reasons for so believing;. NOT WISHING TO BE CLASSED AS SWINE. Think of It! Little Henry 18Q0 Majority For BRYAN and HUMANITY. Unofficial Vote of Henry eounty. Nov. Election, 1896. PrefiJd.ent Geo. Russell's friends intend petitioning McKinley to tend him as minister to the the Fiji Islands, where the people speak his language; that is if McKinley is really to be President, which fact is much in doubt at the present writing, as late returns are coming in favor of Bryan. As we go to press and while the re sult of the great battle may lean to ward McKinley, yet the result may change as later reports come in from the back and country districts. We can be tout hopeful, but ii the meantime it's difficult to keep the slats on our poultry coop! As it is, our friends will see that part of the poultry escaped and are crowing lustily and proudly for home victory. TOWNSHIPS AND PRECINCTS. Bartlow Township North. Bartlow Township South. Damascus East Damascus West Flatrook Township Freedom Towuship Harrison Township Liberty East Liberty West Marion North Marion South Monroe Township...... r Napoleon A Precinct B " c " " D " Pleasant Holgate Pleasant New Bavaria Richfield Township Ridgeville Township. Washington Township Total.. a s I 263 214 144 1811 2731 183 185 143 227 150 364 214 149 214 127 224 283 251 149 164 139 126 88 144 156 84; 118 94 89 61 101 . 108 141 110 100 170 138 209 100 157 Sec. State 183! 363 214 152 214, 130 S3 p o a Congress. 120 150 103! 109 108 . 141 110 99i loo; 158 E CO O B .4, '257 y214 136 475 184 . mo; lit 462 223 189 222 282 M2 163 136 126 92 .,.147 118 ""94 62 ,109 .'88 131 102 931 171 139 1 98 158 Auditor. Q o 232 141 174 178 141 220 . 141 855 216 144 204 129 214 272 .251 .138 101 GO a. O B 138 92 151 125 100 " 95 71 119 107 148 120 103 179 143 208 108 160 Probate Judge. Q a s i . 260 214 138 177 147 227 147 359 203 150 208 124 219 282 248 140 163 136 126 92 125 94 88 63 111 120 142 115 105 173 139 210 102 158 Sheriff. 2. O 232 203 125 160 169 138 211 139 346 202 138 178 131 207 275 215 134 150 a a & o 1 j 163 137 108 161 Commisn'r. iZli 103 10 67 130 121 157 146 101 192 146 242 108 171 200 137 178 142 266 150 364 219 152 214 188 233 140 158 Clerk. to c er P 9 1 .... !.... to 2. ? a s "3 136 92 145 99 88 61 111 104 139 111 93 170 108 162 25$ 213 135 149 226 160 364 212 150 204 133 180 281 253 140 101 13& 128 95 03 91 62 115 110 145 121 99 211 140 207 102 160 Inf. Direct'r 256 141 149 359 208 140 208 126 109 159 W a a o a o Coroner. 140 95 100 62 113 115 145 117 106 131 162 257 138 143 149 362 218 151 209 130 131 162 138 92 97 62 113 106 143 117 102 103 160 Total Vote. We congratulate Hon. D. D. Don- novan tor the redemption or old Bartlow. He made an honorable fight for the good cause and won. Then there is grand old Monroe, staid Marion, proud Pleasant, honest old Freedom, redeemed Richfield, Ridgeville, Harrison and Washing ton, loyal Napoleon, sober Liberty and humanity loving Damascus ! God bless them all, and mav we meet again ! An English mining expert says of Georgia that "it has the richest gold field known on the face of the globe to-day. There are mines in north Georgia which are capable of produc ing $40,000,000 worth of gold a year. I believe that the record of the Com stock, in Nevada, will be exceeded by some of these Georgia mines, perhaps within the next two years." For the first time in the history of our country has England achieved a victory over America! But the victo ry is not yet won! The fight is still on and will be until the British hold upon this country is thrown off, just as it was by our forefathers in 1776! Rank up, friends of humanity and native land, and oontinue the fight until victory is won for our glorious country I Receipt for Diptheria. At the first indication of diptheria in the throat of a child make the room close, then take a tin cup and pour into it an equal quantity of tar and turpentine; then hold the cup over a fire so as to fill the room with the fumes. The patient on enhaling the fumes will spit out the membrane ous matters and diptheria will pass off. The fumes of tar and turpentine loosen the throat and thus afford re lief that has baffled the skill of physicians. Scientific American. State op Ohio, Citt op Toledo, ( K. Lucas County, I Frank J. Chknks: makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that paid firm will pay the sum oi ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of De cmber, A. D. 1896. A. W. GLEASON, UxuX Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY&CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggista, 75c. lm Hall's Family Pills are the best. Reports Doctored in the Inter est ol McKinley, Look Ont lor llie Gang Wno May At tempt the Crime ot 76. Later Dispatches Blay Change the Apparent McKin ley Sweep. Chicago, Nov. 4. Returns come in slowly, especially from the country. At this writ'ng, early in the morning, reports are only from the large cities. As expected, they are for the most part favorable to the Republicans. The Republican committee, as usu al, claimed everything from the start. But they are letting up. They first claimed Chicago by 65,000, but now are down to 40,000, and will likely go lower. It is evident that boodle and coercion have done effective service in the larger cities. Bryan's chief gains are expeoted in the rural districts, and from them but little has been heard but that little is so favorable to Bryan that his election may yet be confidently predicted. The southern and western states claimed by the Democratic committee are unshaken and Chairman Jones is hopeful of Bryan's election when the country aistriots are neara iroui. Chicago, Nov. 4. A well founded rumor is current, this morning that a plot has been entered into to count in McKinley and seat him by force of arms. The intention is to steal the close states under various pretexts. The extravagant claims made prior to election and in the reports wired to the people in bulletins were in tended to prepare them for defeat. This scheme has no doubt been in contemplation for some time and it is no doub; wide spread. The claims made had no foundation whatever and must have been of a scheme to thwart the public will by fraud and bv force jf need be. NO TRIFLING WITH THE RE SULT. The Democrats are prepared for the f cheme. They will not be caught in a "7 to 8" trap again. If Bryan is elected, he will be seated. That can be depended on. The rural districts where Bryan's greatest strength lays must be heard from before the resultcan be known. It is now known that the most infa mous coercion and fraud and use of boodle ever known in the country has accomplished much in the large cities. But it is believed that the same tactics have not succeeded in the country. Chicago, Nov. 4. Soon after mid night. Chairman Jones waa seen hy the News representative. He said that he had advices from the state committee of Indiana and Kentucky and that the claims of tne republi cans are extravgant. He says that advices from Kentucky and Indiana assure those states lor Mr. sryan and that he is certainly elected. Chairman Jones, shook his head ominously when asked the meaning of the groundless reports sent out by the associated press. "I beiieve that when the rural districts are reported and the official ballot made, that it will show the election of Mr. Bryan" said Mr. Jones. Further than this he declined to say a word, but he was evidently thinking. New York, Nov. 8. Election re turns indicate that McKinley has shown great strength in unexpected places. This is particularly true in some portions of the south where the populists seem to have voted for him. In North Carolina and Tennessee Mc Kinley has shown strength not fore seen even by his managers. Iowa is reported to have gone republican by 80,000. This is denied by the Demo crats. Gold men claim the state of Kentucky by 12,000. Thev also claim Tennessee by 20,000. Phenomenal majorities were given the republican candidate in the East. Hon. Caleb Norris is undoubted ly elected Circuit Judge in this dis trict by a large majority. Caleb put 1er there. KOLL OF IIONOK. 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