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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST NAPOLEON.O., NOVEMBER 5, 1896.
r A Book Settlement. Having honored on of jour tree by se lecting It for their abode and built their fiesta Id it, they take everything claa M It cornea. Tbey do not baggie with you aa to observances or aplit Krawi over tba ethloa of reciprocity. Tbey cava roads their bed and Intend to lie on It The bargain la truck, "and tbere'a an end on'l " Tbey did not come In a hurry or by mistake, and sow that they have come they are going to atay. It la robuat philosophy this of the rook's. He does not expect mors than he gets; but, content with very little, he pro testa against any nibbling at what he has. Though your tenant at your plea rare, he la also your neighbor and never allows yon to forget that In the country there are neighborly obligations on the one side as well as on the other on yonra ss on hla. Bs Is perpetually reminding too when ever he sees you. In fact that yon are to let him and his household alone; that yon and yours may make any disturbance yon like anywhere else, but that bis tree la his tree, and yon will please to let it alone and respect snob privacy as a tree top affords. When he catches sight of yon far off, be passes the remark to his wife, "There be Isl" And she replies offhand, "80 he Is!" And there the matter drops. But should yoa ooroe under their tree the conversation aaanmea'qaltMootber tone, and If we could only understand what birds aay we should know what rooks think -of toe vulgar man ners and lack of taste of those wbo go pok ing about the ground floor of a place that la already Inhabited np above by a decent couple. Contemporary Review. Aunt Haanah's Treasure. She saw It just as the stepped into the car, lying unnoticed where It had rolled, and she stopped the tide of travel while ahe picked It up. Bow many people bad seen rt and made 00 effott to get It this deponent aayeth not Enough that the genteel looking stranger absorbed the treasure and did it so deftly that the three women belonging to ber party and who fell over ber and themselves In their eager ness to see did not know a thing about It. She arose from her dive Into the corner, serene and tail, and walked to a seat In the farther end of the car. She smuggled the mall object she had picked up Into her reticule, and no one at least none of her party suspected. Bbe would not be obliged to divide honors. ' "Did you stumble at the door, Aunt Hannah?" asked one of her friends. "No." "The step there Is bad." "Yes. " She really hadn't noticed It "You look worried, Aunt Hannah." "Yes; shopping always does worry me.'' She was distrait until she reached ber own street, where she left ber friends. Then she hurried Into the bouse and into her own room. This is guess work, but the chances are that it fits. After looking the door ahe extracted from ber reticule the object which she had picked up, and which all Inside of the car bad scrutinized first. It was a plated collar button worth 60 cents a gross. Detroit Free Press. Intelligent Servant. A certain New Yorker engaged a recent ly arrived gentleman and undertook to coach him In regard to certain creditors with aggravating bills, "Now," said he to the servant, "If a man calls for me today you tell him I am not at noma" "Yla, sor," replied Pat Fearing a misunderstanding In some way, he said again: "Now, Pat, what will you tell the man who calls?" " TeU him I am not at home. " "No, no, blockhead. Tell him that I, myself, am not at home." "AUrolght, sor." "Now, what will you say to hlmf" - "I, myself, am not at home." "Pshaw I Tall him your boss Is not in. Understand ISat, donkey? Now, what will you say?" "Your boss la not In. Understand that, donkey?" "Fool! That's not right Say to him, 'I am out ' Can yoa do that?" 'Yis, sor." ''Well, let's hear you." "I am out" "Thunderation! Can't you understand! Tell him your master Is out Tell the man that I have left the house. " "Certainly, I'll tell him I have left the house, but he won't believe me when he sees me In the house talking to him." Sparta Herald-Advertiser. Fell From the Moon, In a catalogue of Mexican aerolites M. Castillo, the astronomer, tells of one of these "air stones" which exploded before it reached the surface, scattering frag ments over an area of 45 square miles. Measurements and estimates place the combined weight of these fragments of stones at not leas than 3000 tons. At one spot two immense flat plates of the aerolite were discovered lying close together, the two weighing about 60 tons. M. Castillo says that there Is no doubt but that such 'stones fall from the moon. St Louis Re public THE BEST WASH BLUE IN USE. the American Ball Blue Is not poisonous or injurious to health or fabrics. It Is the delight of the laund ress, aids in bleaching and gives the washing a rich and elegant hue. Be ware of imitations. Ask your grocer for the AMERICAN BALL blue' and be sure you get the genuine article, which has a red stripe in the middle of the package. GROOM YOUR HORSE WITH BONNER'S HORSE CLEANER. No Plies, Fleas, Mqbqpitos ob Lion. BEMOVE8 DANDRUFF, DIM. Leaves the "s BKin sort ana nmre. uno no for anv case of MANGE It will not Cure. ,TUfb irritation. cunning, one iorourran jiorses ,- , MAKE AND TAIL Gleaner of the world. No KEEPS Hair Fine. Soft and Silky. A Hair NO SCRATCHES. Mud will not stick. Aids UBneuuuiK. orse groomed in less than half the time. , toVtc. HARMLESS. Removes Stains. TTTT.Pft fTalrfrnm FjuiinaT. J&Nbi duc a trine, aaa e&uon oieans orse 120 times, vy its use norse nas like velvet. Also used on came ana t. For Milk Cows it's especially valu- . obleinny time. . AMDeamb tor BomntBs Homb ClbaxbB. Will Ship Half Gallon on receipt of $1.00. - (lCKHTIOX THIS FAFIB.) FATISTID. Use Bonner1 oof Dresslnc and Bub Dust. NIAGARA'S NEW BRIDGE. It Will Be One at U World. The new metal arch bridge it Niagara falls will be noteworthy in two respects. The new bridge is to be built over the old suspension structure, without inter ruption to tbe traffic on the latter. The span from end pier to end pier will be 840 feet, making it the largest arch pan in the world. The suspension bridge now in use, prhich lias been familiar to all visitors to the great natural wonder for 40 years, will be kept in place until tbe new arch to ready, as it would be impossible to construct false works over tbe Niagara gorge to sustain a structure of this class. Tbe span will have a rise of 150 feet from the level of tho piers at tbe skew backs to tbe center of tbe ribs at the crane of tbe arch, Which point is 170 feet above low water. The depth of the trusses is 0 feet, and they will be 68. T inches apart Tbe bridge will carry one floor, 44 feet wide, divided longitudi nally into three parts. On the middle portion, whicbJda 83 feet 9 inches wide, will be two trolley tracks. Each side of these tracks will be a roadway for car riages 8 feet wide, and outside of these, raised 6 inches from the level of tbe roadway, will be footpaths. The construction of this remarkable tpan is from plans of I I Bock, engi neer of the new East river bridge be Pween New York and .Brooklyn, and tbe author of tbe plans by which tbe rail road suspension bridge at Niagara was replaced by an arched bridge, Tbe approaching or flanking spans Will be 190 feet long on the American tide and 810 feet on tbe Canadian side. The total metal in tbe new structure will be about 4,000,000,000 pounds. Every confidence is expressed in Mr. Buck's ability to carry out bis plana. The replacing of tbe railroad bridge by another without on boor's interruption of business was one of tbe engineering feata of tbe decade. Those vrbo have Dot Dct seen tbe great structure at Niagara which it to intend ed to replace will hardly realize the stu pendous character of tbe undertaking. Imagine the task of replacing tbe sim plest eortof bridge without interrupting traffic, and then add about 1,000 per cent to the difficulty. This will give something of an idea of what confronts engineers and builders. In an undertaking of this nature the slightest error might be prod active of infinite disaster. Every measurement must be accurate to a hair's breadth. Every portion of tbe great arch must perform its particular eharecf the great combination that will be one of the marvels of the world. All that is done must be accomplished quickly, for in affairs of this nature time is indeed money. Every man who can be utilized will Join the army of construction. Perhaps no work of recent years has required or will yet need more skilled labor. In fact; in bridge building it is becoming unsafe to utilize labor of any other class. The bridge, when complete, will in truth be a work of genius in point of construction as well as point of conception. The work of preparing tbe material for the great structure has been in prog ress for some time, as little can be ac complished in an enterprise of this na ture until the preliminaries are com plete. When tbe effort of placing the different parts of the bridge in position is begun, Niagara will be one of the busiest of busy places. Railroad Ga zette. Malaria Banished by Artesian Wells. Our correspondent at Lake City, Williamsburg county, reports that there are now 13 artesian wells in the village and adds, "Before tbe wells were bored tbe people suffered ' a great deal with fever and malaria, but now it is rare thing, indeed, to bear of a case of either. " This to very decided testimony to the value of pure water for the re demption of "malarial districts, " and Lake City's experience and example should not be lost on other places where the water to bad and health no better. There was a "great deal" cf fever in the village when -the wells were shal low. Now a case of it is "rare. " That to sermon enough for sensible people in other fever haunted places. Charleston News and Courier. She Bote Europe. "Germ any, " says Tbe St James Ga zette, "has had five sovereigns since Queen Victoria began to reign. She her self will in future be recognized as tbe ancestress of one of the most powerful rulers. Her grandson wears the iron crown cf Germany. Ber granddaughter to empress of Russia. Another grand daughter is tbe crown princess of Rou mania. Her second son rules over the principality of Saxe-Ooburg. Tbe hered itary princess of Soxe-Meiningen to ber granddaughter. Tbe heir to tbe throne of Greece is her descendant, tbe Grand Duke of Hesse ber grandson. She has no fewer than 61 descendants who one day between them promise to beat the head of more than half of Europe." Veragua and Cuba. Among the people who find it difficult to sympathize with the Cuban rebels to tbe Duke of Veragua, that lineal de scendant of Columbus wbo visited this country in World's fair days. He to en titled to draw from tbe Spanish govern ment tbe perpetual pension of 4,000 a year, which was charged upon tbe Ca bin revenue, and was granted to the fa mous discoverer and his heirs forever. If Cuba to lost to Spain, the duke to Jftkely to lose his pension. A Graceful Be treat. " A petty newspaper of the Midi, whici had long been at tbe point of death, bas just found an ingenious means of clos ing its career brilliantly. Its last issue contained tbe following notice-. "Tak ing advantage of the national festivities wbfchwill be occasioned by the arrival of tbe czar, tbe illustrious friend of France, this journal will cease to bt published. "Paris Figaro. Before Black Stockings Wei Won i. "I saw a little girl to striped red and White stockings tbe other day, " said tbe woman, "and it made me think of the time when I was a little gin myself. There waa do thought of Waci stockings then. Tbe small lags of all tbe small girls looked lite sticks of variegated oasfty. Tbe ohiM who bad the gayest combination -of etrtpeiWM the happiest, and tf tbe oolor oherae happened to be diiploasLDg to out youthful tastes there waa aocb a foaling' of otter woe as I know I aeldom teal now that I am grown ny.' Ntw fork Timet WAYSIDE PICKINGS. NEWS NUGGETS FRESHLY CON DENSED FROM ALL SECTIONS. - A Bads at Intmstiag Item For Each Day la lb Wk Takes rra the Ona Crash f Maws ud Bmrwd Eapeelaily For This Column. Tassdar. The spirt caaliita at holding a martini at RuhlBfioa. Kd Blak of Cevelaad accidentally shot kunself at Lexington, Ky. Georg eL, Jfawoombeof Hew York ay ha ha beea aoiaooed by tha ut at X-ray Chalrmaa Jones. foUowlnf Mr. Hastta'a ld, request all Democrat! to display flag! an Oct. 81. Hen, Thome K. Wttran kaa been eskad to nudity some of thafeatorai ol hia letter of acceptance. Tha Woman's Democratte National League of Mew York presented a handsome bible to Krav Bryan. Advtoaa from tha Phllnpplna Islands an to tha effect that tha rebela hav as tar won vary battla fought. Ju4f a l Jonas, Populist caa didst for governor of ktivsonri, hsa withdrawn from tha race la the interest of tha 'Demoeratta caod Mlss Edith Sbapard, granddanghter of tha lata W. H. Vanderbilt, waa married at New York to Ernest Febaer, rsoelTUia 11,000,000 from her mother. Postmaster Lewis of Black River Falls, Wis., who was appointed Deo. 11, 18U3, has been re moved becatue of alleged eorrapttoa to seem tha appointment Wednesday. The nnlveiaal onion has admitted glass into the mails. Candidate Bryan's tonr through Ohio waa poorly managed. Ex-Secretary of State John W. Foster Is ea root to Honolulu. Harriet Blaine Beele waa granted a divorce from her hnsband at Aogurta, Me. The Pennsylvania railroad shop at Al toons, Pa., have oloaed ontU next Monday. John Y. McKane, the oorro.pt political bom may be released soon from Sing Bins- , W. T- Bambosob, defanltlng hanker of Jn Bean, Wis , suicided at Fredericksburg, Vs. Arebbfahop Ireland emphatically rotter tea bis recent letter on the political question. Jnstisa a Morrill, to, baa been re-elected to the United 8'tes senate from Vermont. Mr Con Beardon and bar t-year-old son were burned to death at Manonay Oity, Pa. rhe Burkey & Gay furniture factory of Grand Baplds, Mich., has resume 1 operations. It is given out at Weehlaf toa that President Cleveland baa not changed his attitude toward Cuba.' Lady Scott has been indicted tn London for criminal libel at the tnstanoe of car son-in-law, Karl BosielL Tba reelers of the MiddlaSon Paper com pany of Salem, Mase, strode against a red no tion of wages. - Hn Barbara Orr'a romantto -career ended at New York by suicide. She once married Dn Orr of Cincinnati. Fire was discovered In the hold of the steamer Herman and she put into Kaw York harbor to have it extinguished. Thursday. Revenue officers destroyed four lUloit stills In Pike county, Ey. Minister Terrell says be did not ask for a dispatch boat at Constantinople. The Spanish colony of Buenos Ayres raised (2,000,000 to purchase a gunbjat for Spain. Hon. Thomas E. Watson Is stumping Ala bama for Populist congressional candidates. President Cleveland spoke at the sesqul centennial celebration at Princeton college. Three street car conductors have been ar rested in Brooklyn for passing counterfeit money. The supreme court of Nebraska allowed the National Democratic ticket to be printed an the official ballot. President Spenoer says the Southern does not own a majority of the Georgia Southern and Florida railroad. The supreme court of Kansas decided that Tarn Watson can not withdraw his name from the DemoeraOo-Populist ticket. Miss Nannie Casey suicided at Memphis to prevent disgrace. At Cressnn, la., T. P. Farnsworth acciden tally shot hia wits. James Yenetts held hts baby's feet to a hot stove at Lancaster, Pa. He said the anchorage of tha government rested on the people's Intelligence. Postmaster Hesslng of Chisago corrects Gov ernor Altgeld and says that the mails Were never so crippled as during the riots of 189i Friday. Stlverltes attempted to break up tha Car lisle meeting in Caving ton, and also to assault Secretary Carlisle," Edward Bok married JE Mary Leutse Out tha, They are editor and proprietor respect ively, of tha tavfiea Bona Journal. tlBx-Governor PatMson of Pennsylvania, and ex-Governor Campbell of Ohio will stump New York for Bryan. The Sheets law of Florida, mskUag It a penal offense for negroes and whites to attend the same sobooU has bean declared unconstitu tional. Kuroff, Russian Poland, was destroyed by Ore and 8,000 persons are homeless. . The harvest In South Australia Is a total failure on account of drought. Oi W. Peabody, Boston banker, Is dead. During a Are In Brooklyn Fireman Alfred Bronman perished. Saturday. Over enthusiastic antl-Bryaaltas banned the silver advocate in effigy at Peoria, Ills., whan he spoke there. Sir Julian Pauneef ote, British ambassador. called on Secretary olney in regard to the Venezuelan crnsroversy. Chicago reports say the potato crop will be short and Qrloea better. Edward J. Ivory, the altered dynamiter. waa arraigned in Stew York police court. Rev. Vroomaa was expelled from the Pres byterian synod of Illinois on question of or- tnoaoxy. Rowdies tried to break up Bourke Oookran's meeting at EvansvUle, Ind. At Can tun. Pa.. Mrs. Leroy, 00, was found chained to the wall In a burning residence. Gladstone will learn to ride a Bicycle to keen company with his little grandohild, Dorothy Drew. Secretary of State Taylor baa been man- Samusad to eliminate the Populist ticket from the Ohio official ballot. B. L. Price and I L. Price, wholesale cloth iers, were arrested at New York for fraudu lently disposing of 84 000 worth of stock and 110,000 cash. Slonday. Six prisoners made a daring escape from the Louisville jail. Passenger trams collided at St. Louis and eight persons were killed. Experts say the entire seal herds of the world are tn danger of total extermination. Dividends have been declared in favor of creditors of several Insolvent national banks. Queen WhUhelmnta took ber first commun ion at The Hague in the presence of her mother. Mrs. Betsy B. Hobbs who was found dead in her hope at Efflneham, N H., was murdered by rank J. Palmer. The supreme court 01 Ar Kansas noios that he government has the right to appoint) mem bers ol the legislature. Dr. EayssT, director 01 the German colonial department, has been decorated with tha Order oi the Golden Eagle, The whaling bark John Wlnthrop has re- turned teSen Fronolsop after an, aheno of U looauu wua a nara tucx story. The "loving cup" of spiced wine, which Is sometimes handed sound at Mansion House entertainments, had its origin in the custom of Saxon forefathers to drink each other health lna wassail bowL t CASTORIA 7or Infants uCldldren. lath " : a.- U..Im -at mt m af-mr"""-""1 1 M WM Do Hair Ev Suddenly Tnra Whiter Does human hair ever suddenly whiten inthecaaesof persona under strong emo tions of grief or terror Tbe popular no tion is docldodly in favor of an affirmative answer to tha question, we aay that tha popular notion would readily draw one to such a conclusion. Perhaps tba assertion could be made somewhat stronger, for of late years tha physiologists and the natu ralists pretty generally agree that blanch ing of the hair in cases of sudden right and extreme sorrow can be easily proved. Holler in hla "Element Physiologic" re fers to eight different authorities for ex amples of such changes, but all that he appears to admit for himself is that under the influence of impaired health such changes may take place slowly. I Marie Antoinette waa cited by favorers of the popular notion aa a striking and well authenticated Instance, but Holler denies that the whitening took place suddenly. I He also incidentally mentions the fact that the transactions of tbe Royal society, I extending over a period of S centuries, 1 do not contain an account of a single in-1 stance of such change In tba color of tha hair. Dr. Laycock, on the authority of . Surgeon Parry, tails of a rebel sepoy who is said to have become prematurely gray within leas than a half hour. Holler, still skeptical, any that be believes this to have been a case where the hair had been stain ed a dark brown or black, and that the col oring was washed out by rain during tha 80 minutes mentioned by Dr. Parry. St Louis Bepuhlia. cheat Committee Women, The Kennebeo Journal of Augusta, Me., testifies to the efficiency of school committee women a fallows: "It if said that there are over 60 women serv ing 00 tbe school boards, hut we have yet to'iiear that one -of t&em. toxemia in her official duties. ' - Earner's Safe Cure pfeatWEB-STS , Owing . to the bArt many requests from Its patrons, re? Warner's Safe , Cure Co. have put on the market a J smaller size bottle of Safe 1 Cure which can , now be obtained 7emu CtamMxnl SXOIU. UktKLiTfc at all druggists at 1 half the price of j iaea am as Ob the large bottle Is not only a scientific vegetable , preparation and does all that Is claimed for it, but It is the only 1 Kidney and Liver medicine used by the best people of four conti nents. A medicine that bears , the stamp of the world's ap proval, and maintains its posi tion for a fifth of a century, must necessarily possess pe culiar merit. MnossofOsn Quickly, Theroaskly, Forever Cared by a new perfected scleatlfla method that cannot fall un less the case Is bey ond human aid. You teel improved the first day. teel a benefit every soon know yonrsell a among men In body, land heart. Drains and Beaded. Every obstacle Ito nappy married life re moved. Nerra force, will. energy, when falling or lost, are restored by this treatment. All weak porttonsot the body enlarged and strengthened. Write tor oar book, with ex planations and proofs. Sent sealed, free. Over 2,000 references. ERIE MEDICAL CO., 1.: 1 Notice To Tax-Payers of Henry Co. TAXES FOR 1896. In pursuance of law, I. FERDINAND E0E88rNG, Treasurer of Henry County, Ohio, do hereby give notice to the Tax-payers of said County, that the taxes levied on each dollar' valuation f or.the year 1896 for all purposes in the several Townships, Union School Districts and Corporations, are as follows : NAMES OF TOWNSHIPS, UNION AND SPECIAL SCHOOL DIS TEICTS AND INCORPOR ATED VILLAGES. Bartlow Township Deshler Union School District.. Deshler village. . Damascus Township Mouiure village - Freedom Township Flatrock Township Flatrock to Holgate Union School District... Flatrock to Holgate Village Florida Union School District Florida Village Harrison Township Harrison to Napoleon Union School District.. Harrison to wapoieon vmage Liberty to Napoleon Village Liberty Township Liberty Union School District Liberty Center Village- Monroe Township. Marion Township Marion to 8. R. Special S. District wamier special ocnooi uusmet Hamler Village Napoleon Township. . .. Napoleon Union School District. NaDoleon Village Pleasant Township Pl.maant hi H R Hnncial School District... Holgate Union Scnool District Holgate Village Rfchfleld Township Rldgeviile Township.... RidgeviUe Union School District Washington Township- The law declares that "Each Person" charged with taxes on the Tax Duplicate in the hands of the County Treasurer may pay the full amount of such taxes on or before the 20th day of imZrthiMtblmoToaon the 20th day of December, -and the remaining half thereof on or before the .20th day of June next ensuing : but all road taxes shall be paid nrlorm2bth dayol December, if the first half of the tax charged against real estate is not paid by the 20th of December next, a penalty of 16 per cent will be charged on the December Pnarillmentandthe same oenaltywill be charged on the June tastallment of tax if not paid by the 20th of June next. Tf tha half ?,, hlreadon Mrsonal property are not paid on the 20th of December next the whole amount becomes due and must be paid by the 20th of June next or a penalty ot 10 per TOntwlsjhwSand must be colklcted by distress or ortherwise. Legal means will be used to collect all delinquent personal taxes if necessary, and the Tax Payer can claim. 00 6Al! nations' harin'JfaUed to pay their taxes due in June, 1896, will see that they are paid before the 20th of December next or they will be advertised as delinquent 1 and offered for sale ontheffirTuOTdayof! Janua next Sereby saving trouble and expense. Tax-payers are requested to bring their last year's receipts and prepare themselves with change. Reinem- Brece7lptoySenrw Ob all National holidays tie office will be Treasurer's Office. Henry County, Ohio, w 'Sn rlla and number of acres or number of lot; in whose addition and what town, also whether real estate or personal property. lT ka miSShJ Vnrk AUVomwtUonfff Order. Beaistered letter or Express prepaid. Checks will not be accepted. The "era of the French republic" or the "French revolutionary era," began Sept 82, 1799. and ended Sea 81. 1805. ' Any person may take out a patent tat an invention or discovery. BUCKEYE ROUTE HOOTGVALlif AND TOLEDO gY. a PARLOR CARS AND OUO TRAINS Toledo, Columbas,r,Attaeit, Pomeroy With Direct Connections for all Points Norm, Bast, Sooto and West. Pnlhnaa Sleepers between Cotaaaaas sad Cfaicairo cverv nicht in t vear. Lowaat Ratel, Quickest Tim. For Ticket!, Sleeping and Pal lor Car Rcaemttiona, Tim of Trains and De tailed Infornut'a inqulr agt. t. M.V. 1. Ky W. . nsHn, flaa. rM m Tkt. s Cakuaam, 0, Tba Oslf Sletplng Ctr Llna bstwMQ To ledo aid Columbus. Tba Only alsaplno or Drawlna Roam Oar LlDabetwtta Tolodo, Golumbns aid arlstta. Tb Onlg Drawing Room Car Lisa brtwren Toledo, Colnmbos 8n Charleston, "J.Va. Pullman sUepart bit ween Colnmbos and Chisago. TUB ONLY LINB with 4 trains esoh way dally between Toledo and Colnmbos. THB ONLY LLNB with 8 trains each way on Bandars oetween xoieao ana I'oimnDus. THB ONLY LINB with S trains each way dally between Toledo, Bowling Green and Ftndlar. THB ONLY LIKE with 1 trains each way dally between Toledo and Charleston, W. va. THM ONLY DIRECT LINB between Tolodo and the Virginias. THB POPULAR LLNB between Toledo, Foflto- na, Boornu, uranvuie ana aewars. FnU Information relative to rates, tune of trains, etc., will be cheerfully tomisnea Dy any mtsaa ui we unio uentrai jjuiea. UOULTON HOUK, Q. P. A. TOLEDO, OHIO Wantsd-An Idea Who con thlnt of some BiniH tlrtDff topnti-nl Protect Vour Menu; thpv mn hrlm. -mm wmlih Write JOHN WIDDBRBURN ft CO.. Patent Altor neys, Washington, D. C for their C1.R0O prlso oner and list ot two hundred inventions wuitod. STATE LEVIES. COUNTY LEVIES. 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S .1 10.2 2.8 2.66 3.5 8. 13.66 26.7 24 .14 .3 1.4 1. 2.84 4.1 2.5 .2 3. .8 .1 19.3 3.6 3.56 9. 6. 19.06 32.1 26 .14 .8 1.4 1. 2.84 4.1 2.5 .2 8. A .1 10.2 .26 9. 11.91 5. 26.16 89.2 26 .14 .8 1.4 1. 2.84 41 2.5 .2 8. A .1 10.2 1. 1.52 5.64 8.16 21.2 27 .14 .3 1.4 1. 2.84 4,1 2.6 .3 8. J .1 10.2 1. 1H 10.04 13.88 36.6 38 .14 .8 1.4 1. 3.84 4.1 '3.5 .2 8. .8 .1 10.2 1. 1.62 18.04 20.661 33.6 29 .14 ,3 1.4 1. 2.84 4.1 2.5 .2 8. & .1 10.3 .4 17.96 12. 80.38 43.4 SO .14 JS 1.4 1. 2.84 4.1 2J .2 8. .8 .1 10.2 8. 1. 7.36 11.861 24.4 81 .14 .8 1.4 1. 2.84 4.1 2JS A 3. S .1 10-2 8. 1.56 7. 11.56 24.8 82 .14 3 1.4 1, 2.84 4.1 2J .2 8. & .1 10.3 8. 1JS6 10. 14.66 37.8 83 .14 J 1.4 1. 2.84 4.1 2.8 .2 8. 3 .1 10-2 3. 1.6 6.06 84 - - ATI E1ST IS CALLED TO THE FOLLOWING: There will Positively closed. October 17th. ism. LIMA NORTHERN R. R., HOklB. south. II EFFECT CCT. 21st, 1835. Eirs! DaVExps Ex. Sun.'Da'W Dafy,Expa r-x. aun.lDal? P. M. t 10 f 16 S 40 S 00 S 36 S ST 6) T 10 T 3H T 46 AM A.M. P. M. 00 T 4 T 1 T 14 T 00 S 49 a n IT 00 41 f IS S 10 4 68 4 43 4 M 4 00 A.M. S ss Lv Lima I 61,.. .Cario 36 11 OS on -Columrius Grove t W' Ottawa.. 44' .LeiDHiC. a it t 19 t 11 M -Prentiss.. 10 in 10 i 10 41 11 oo 11 IT ii n 11 4tl 11 00 11 19 ...Hamler. a oo T 61 t at T 14 T 00 49 ( 33 16 ..Valinta .... . Napoleon . .Freedom . Wauseon ...Ottokee .Oak bhada... . . Denson ...Packard t 001 S IT S 17 S 17 07 I 45 10 11 41 P.M.I Ax. .. Adrian Lv) A. Si. Trains 1 and t dall v. sins. 1 and 1 dailv at. ept Sunday. One tare for the round trip between all stations on Sundays. No. l makes direct connection with the Ohio Southern for Springfield. Columbus, Dayton. Cincinnati. Washington C. H, Greenfield. Jackson and all other South eastern points. ro. 4 makes sure connection for Detroit, arriving; at 11 is p. m. Returning, No. 1 makes connection with trains from Detroit and all Michigan points. Good connection at all Junction points. For any information as to routes, rates, etc., call on agents or adilrees. E. W. HINEH. O. P. A F. Jjumtm, T. A., Lima, Ohio. Napoleon. Ohio. THE 0III0 SOUTHERN, 4. a. In Effect Ang. as, ', 1 3 exSu exSu A M. P. H. 11 05 6 06 10 44 4 4T 10 86 4 39 10 17 4 10 8 (4 8 84 8 19 8 18 8 10 8 10 1 41 1 19 T 17 1 00 8 61 11 81 8 13 11 OS 00 1140 A.H. 10 40 48 ft 30 I 9 18 1 A. II. cxSul exSu P.M. A.M. LV. AB. 8 36 t 63 4 01 8 M 8 40 -Lima....... ......Unipolis.... St Johns.... Jackson Center. 8 48 8 (K) 8 W 8 66 11 05 11 3d 4 i0 4 44 ..Ouinev 6 11 .St. Paris... 6 30 T 06 T 83 8 01 8 35 8pringfleld ..-.So. Charleston.., JefTersonville... ..Washington C. H.. Greenfield 11 Wl 11 31 1 05 1 46 a na Bainbridge Lv P.M.I 1 sa 8 38 8 63 ...Waverly.... -.Jackson.... ...Coalton... .. Wellston- 4 10 Ar. Lv, r. il No. 1 makes direct, connection forrnlumKno Dayton, Cincinnati, Pinna, Troy, Van Wert, ort v ayne and Ada, arriving at Toledo, 2 :68 p. m. ; Detroit, 4 :B6 ; Chicago, 6 :oo p. m. No. l makes direct through connections for Dayton, Columbus. Cincinnati, Ports mouth, lronton. Kenova and Virginia Points. No 3 In connection with Lima Northern Hallway makes direct connection for Colum- ous ixrove. Ottawa, Leipsio, Napoleon, Wauseon and Adrian. Mich. No. 4 in connection with Tlnvn.1 TAlti a Vitro,- via Baltimore 4 Ohio, saves several hours to toricersourgn, nasnington, l. v., Baltimore. Philadelphia, New York and all Eastern roinu. For information relative to rates, routes, etc, call on agents or write. W. E. FISHEB, A. G. P. A., Springfield, Ohio. NOTICE TO TEACHERS. VPOTICE is hereby given that in accord aUN aroe with the provif ions of the Bebet Law the Henry connty BoarJ of Examiner will hold examinations for teachers in tht Union High School room in Napoleon, Ohio, on the following dates, to-wit: First Saturday in September do do do do October! do do do do November do do do do February do do do do March do do do do April do do do do May do do do do Jane 1st and last Saturdays in August Examination will oommenoe at 9 o'elocka. m. Evidence of good moral characters wil be required of all candidatessthat evidence tobea personal Knowledge of the Examin ers concerning, the applicant or eertifioate of good moral character from some relia ble source. MRS. SUE WEL8TEAD, 1 CHAS. E. REYNOLDS, V Examiners. W. M. WAED. J The Northwest only Si a year be no receipts laid in the drawer, so do not NAPOLEON, GOING WEST. Ft. Wayne Ace'm-No. 9 .8:30 p m-.8an only St Louis LimtdNo. 8-8:u p m Dally Fast Mail. No. 1-8:11 p m, Dally Kansas City Exp..No. T.Jl :17 am -Daily Ft. Wayne Acm-No. 11-10:38 " daily Ex Bun Pacific Express No. 8-8:14 " Local Freight No.Tl-9:S0 " - -Xo. 1 and No. 1 do not atop at Napoleon. GOING EAHT. N. Y. A Boston. Ltd -No. 1.-6:14 a m Daily Toledo Acoom.-Na 10.. T:M am Daily Fast Mail No. 8-1:88 pm Daily Atlantic Exp.. ..No. 4. .9:06 p m.. daily Ex 8oo Local Freight-No. TO -l:S5 p m-daily Ex Son CM.BKYAIiT.Af est Baltimore & Ohio R. R TIME TABLE, tvaTlN EFFECT JULY 19th, I896.-B astIlound, STATIONS. 4A104I 14 CIITTBAXTmB. Lv Chicago.... " Defiance..... " Monroeville PM AM AM T lOlt 061 8 3M10 1 AX AM PM PM 18 41 1 0M 1401 06 3 38 81 4 06 t 4 08 Sandusky-. 8 00 1 3 361 tl W (80 TU a u 80 11 AM 110 T So il 68 PM l oo 405 80 " Mansfield.. 10 08 1111 8 sal " ML Vernon-1 46 P5I Ar Newark.. Lv Newark- Hia io T 38l AM i T8 40 Pat " Kanesville...- 1 11 KABTEENTINI. PM Ar Wheeling, - 8 30 10 651 ' Pittsburgh Washington, Baltimore - 818 8 oq AH PM 8 86 4 601 T 86 1016 05 ' Philadelphia 13 Pat New York.. 11 60' 10 401 Weat-Bound, STATIONS. I I I ill A 17 18 CENTRAL TIME, PM AM PM AM AM Lv. Defiance.... 8 15 in T 40 n oo l PM Ar. Chicago.-.- loo IK 840140 PULLMAN SERVICE. Chicago and Cleveland, Trains Nos. 14 and Chicago and Pittsburg, Trains Nos. 6,6, 14 and 15. Chicago and Columbus, Trains Nos. 14, 16. Chicago and Wheeling, Trains Nos. 7. 8, 48 and 4T. Chicago and Baltimore, Trains Nos, 5, 6, T and 8. Chicago and Philadelphia, Trains Nos. T and 8. Chicago and New York, Trains Nos, 7 and & Columbus and Baltimore, Trains Nos. 7 and 8. . ... . . PittsDurgana Cincinnati, Trains Nos. 103. 104, 106 and 106. F Stops to let off passengers from points east of Chicago Junction or to take on passen gers for Chicago. 'Trains run Daily. tStop on Signal. H Will wait 10 min. for Connec- P U Will ..it ft ...a iiuu.u 1111 null, u iiimuico imi uuiiuou- tion if passengers are reported. 1 Stop for- Meals, t Daily except Sunday. D Stop on Sundays only. Grand Calu met Heights will be a flag stop for trains Nos, 1 1, 12, 1 and 17. Wednesdays and Satur days for train No. 8. Sundays for train No. 7. J, Vaw. SMITH, CHAS. O. SCULL. Gen'l Supt Cen. Pass. Agt. -House Corner Bates and Lamed Sts., DETROIT, MICH. Only a Block from Woodward A Jeiferann Aves. Very Ceutrsi. Kear All Car Lines. PerDay,l.SO. H.H.JAKES Successful advertisers nse Kemingtons Connty Seat Lists. They include the beet towns .and best papers. We can recom mend them highly. Send to Bemiiigt" Brothers, New York, for copy. ask me and you will not be refused. FRANKLIN F. ROESS1NG, Treasurer. ;. . ,' leon-iy.