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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, 0, MAY 27. 1897,
Oil of th"e Italian officers who lately re turned from captivity In AbTMlnta, has published m book In which he describes tit kindness of the A bysainUn womm with the deposit gratitude. It la pleasant so have una testimony. Those who re member Broos's travels have fband it more and mora difficult to reoonolle the cnthualaitle account which ha gives with the report of modern explorer. In the firat place, all the "lad lea" whom ba men tion with any detail appenr to have been lovely, If voting. Some of tbem he sketches with an enthusiasm sufficient for Venus herself. The eriaiotsm of Major Oamem's book does not refer to this point. But ISraoe represents the goodness of his hero ines equal to their beauty, and bera the Italian bears him out to the fullest. The very first Abyssinian woman whom Major Gamerra met after tbe battle was at slave. He bad no shoes and be suffered terribly. The slave girl took off her bead' dress of white linen, cut It In two and band aged his wounded feet It waa no small sacrifice to humanity, for white linen is a treasure In those parts. There waa one woman, old and ugly, who devoted herself to the group of prisoners among whom tbe author was numbered. She not only nursed and tended them, but did ber best to cheer them up by shouting "Agarl, .Agarl" In their ears when they seemed un usually despondent. Agarl is Abyssinian for "Italy." It was an artless form of con eolation, but good will is everything in auch a case. We hear without surprise that these kindly and estlmablo women aro badly treated by their male kind It la In suffering that they have learned compas sion. At the same time, Bruce gives us the idea that they are not so angelic aa to refrain from avenging themselves upon their brutal husbands. London Standard. GREAT deal of nonsense has been written and be lieved, about blood purifiers. What purifies the blood? m THE K1DHEYS PURIFY II BLOOD AND THEY ALONE. If diseased", however, they cannot, and the blood continually becomes more impure. Every drop of blood in the body goes through the kidneys, the sewers of the system, every three minutes, night and day, while life endures. puts the kidneys in perfect health, and nature does the rest. The hntvv. AmmreA out feelimr. the d bilious attacks, headaches, nervous unrest, ncwe appetite, au caused ny poisoned blood, will disappear when the kidneys properly perform their functions. There is no doubt about this. Thousands have so testified. The theory is right, the cure is right and health follows as a natural sequence. Be self-convinced- through per sonal proof. I THE BEST WASH BLUE IN USE. the American Ball Blue ia not poisonous or injurious to health or fabrics. It ia the delight of the laund ress, aids ia bleaching and gives the washing a rich and elegant hoe. Be ware of imitations. Ask your grocer for the American ball Blue and be aura you get the genuine article, which haa a red strips in the tniddla of the package. HUMPHREYS' No. 1 Cures Fever. No. 2 " Worms. No. 3 ' Infants' Diseases. No. 4 " Diarrhea. No. 8 M Neuralgia. No. -9 Cures Headache. No. 10 " Dyspepsia. No. 11 " Delayed Periods. No. 12 " Leuchorrea. No. 14 " Skin Diseases. No. IS Cures Rheumatism. No. 16 " Malaria. No. 20 " Whooping Cough No. 27 " Kidney Diseases, No. SO " Urinary Diseases No. 77 " Colds and Grip. Sold by Druggists, or sent prepaid on receipt of price, 25c, or 5 for SI. Dtt. HrjMPHBETs' HOMEOPATHIC MilTOAIi ov Diabases Mailed Fbeh. Humphreys' Med. Co., Ill William St, H. Y. 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Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic 10c or So, i u u. u. lau to sure, druggists reruna money - A Warn Friend. rv.t'a folia f lira la Ten hof but when diluted it U a warm friend In deed to tbos suffering from bowel nti.nlilnli It never fails. 2.1a. and 5(K C F. CxaT, Napoleon, O. Divers aisnala. The greatest danger to divers haa here tofore been caused by their Inability to make proper signals, their only means of eominunioation with the world above con sisting in a number of Jerks upon the life ' submarine diver of long experience, began a scries of experiments in a huge tank In ardor to perfeat a deep sea telephone of his own Invention. He has obtained very sat isfactory results. By uae of the new ap paratus a diver can make known hi needs. If caught In tbe debris of a wreck, assist ance con be promptly lowered to blm, and he may remain and work under water for hours without baraH of being raised and lowered each time ha requires outside com munication. Every Mother Want Chappelear's Bronchinl Toe ureat uoairn cure. Bronchini Care Croup. Bronohini Care Colds. Bronchinl Cures Cough. Bronohini Cares Sore Throat. Bronchini Cares Lang Disease. Bronchini Stops Cough Instantly. Bronchini Relieves Asthuia Quicly. Bronchinl sold on a guarantee. Large bottles 50, small size 23 cents. Sold by Saur & Balsley, Napoleon, Ohio. tf The Tic President and tha Senators. Vice President Hobart has already cap tured tbe senate, and the senate appears to have already captivated him. If be were not vice president, he would like to be a senator, and the senators would be glad to have blm actually one of their number. As vlcepmsidunt ho Is an outsider, not be ing even allowed to look on In the caucus of tbe senators of bis own party, although, of course, be has the duties of presiding officer and casting a vote on a tie. I sup pose tho vice president might, unofficially and personally, offer bis suggestions by way of advice to the caucus committee of bis own party, but it would be received merely as a matter of courtesy and not as in any way binding. The vice president likes so much to listen to the speechmaklngthat he seldom leaves the chair, unlike his predecessors, who al ways took an hour off for lunch, and for tho rest of the time were out of the chair almost as much as they were in it, except when really Interesting or important pro- cecdings were under wuy. An apple or two is all tho luncheon that Vice President Ho bart eats, so that ha does not go down to the restaurant at all, and, unless he is coll ed out of the chamber to see some impor tant visitor in bis own office back of the senate, he sits In tbe chair from tbe blind chaplain's prayer at noon until whatever time adjournment cornea His frank, simple, pleasant manners re semble those of Vice President Stevenson, although they are northern, while his were southern, and he bids fair to have as strong a hold upon the affections of the senate as did Vice President Stevenson, and that is saying a great deal, for he was the mos; popular vice president of our times. Bos ton Herald. Greece and the Turk. Since my first visit to Greece, 80 years ago, I have watched the life and progress of ber people, and I know few things that are more encouraging. Despite all the vexations to which their guardians have subjected them, and all the obstacles tbey have thrown in their way, despite also their own natural shortcomings, they have shown, In both material and spiritual things, all the virtues of a progressive and civilized people. Their country, left them a desert by the Turks, has become, to a large extent, productive and beautiful. The population, now 8,600,000, has dou bled in the last 20 years. In 1877 there were hardly 100 miles of carriage roads, and only 5 miles of railway in the whole country. Today there are roads every' where and hundreds of miles of railway. In 1877 it was hardly possible for the trav- eler to find a bed outside Athena Today there are numerous hotels, with all Euro pean conveniences, in all the principal cit ies and towns. But the true test and proof of Greece's Indomitable spirit of culture is ber educa- tional system. By that she stands or falls. I have visited Greek schools throughout the length and breadth of tbe land, from the infant school kept by the peasant in tbe open air, against a sunny hovel wall, to the arksakeion, or girls' academy, and the noble university, with 2,200 students, which now grace and honor the city of Athens. Any one who will do the same, and listen to the records of the sacrifices made by rich and poor for the sake of edu cation and culture, will not doubt for moment that Greece is amply able to gov ern and civilize tbe lands now marred and wasted by Turkish misrule. The sums of money given by rich Greeks for schools and the hardships undergone by the chil dren of the poor in remote districts to avail themselves of these have no parallel any where save in the United States and Soot- land. Who dares assert of such a people that it la not capable of ruling its anoient patri mony tbe first home of liberty better than the barbarous Turk or the despotio Kusslanf There Is but one lust, benefl cent, and effective solution of the eastern question, and that is the restoration of the Greek empire to Greece and the placing of a great oivllized power, such as neither Turkey nor Russia can ever be, as guard ian of the bridge between Europe and Asia. Professor Thomas Davidson in Forum. L. DOUGLAS Merchants, Bankers, Lawyers, Physicians ana all economical men wear W. L. Donelas Shoes because they are tho best. For sols by M. REISER, JR., PERRY ST.. NAPOLEON "A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES APOLIO TWO MONTANA EDITORS. J Eavc Tratiraal Tina Tatjotha as Oat Ia Tor a Brocharly Shave. In attendance upon tbe recent Inaugural boll at Helena, Moo., waa E. H. Becker of tha Billings Gasetta and A. K. Yerkes of the Boxeman Chronicle, two men who would reflect credit upon Journalism any. where. They roomed together. During tbe evening of the ball Orpheua F. God dard was sent out to boy some white neck ties, but returned with tbe Information that, while ba found a store open, tbe pro prietor could not anil blm a thing, aa it was after boon and be was afraid of a boycott This announcement caused more or less wild defamation, especially when Goddard pulled out a necktie and quietly remarked that be took It when the proprietor watz't looking and would pay him for it in the morning. It was not until Goddard bad fished out two more, similarly abstracted from tha store, that Becker agreed to at tend the ball. Then he discovered that be needed a shave. "Oh, that's all right," sold Yerkes. "I have a safety with me, and I'll give you a shave that'll mako yoa think I ought to have been a barber." "What In the name of heaven is a safe ty f" said Becker. Never you mind," said xercea "just lie back in the ohalr and go to sleep. I'll wake you up when I get through." Becker lay back while Yerkes pinioned his hands behind the obair and went at him with a lawn mower razor. It was -a beard of a week's growth, and the oper ator pulled and sawed with vigor. During tbe scrape, through which Becker yellea and swore and shed tears, a man from the next room cams In and asked : What in thunder are you tearing the paper off the wall for?" This did not aisturn tne lmperiuroaDie Yerkes one bit. but It made Becker swear, plead and threaten all the harder. Never theless Yerkes held bis victim aown ana shaved him ton finish. Then ho remarked: "I haven't any bay rum, or, in fact, any thing to put on that oountenance, Becker, but I want to say that the face would turn an edge on a corncutter. If it bodn t been for tbe fact that the barber shops were all closed and there'd been danger of a boycott if a barber bad shaved you, I never would have staid with the job." When Becker got bis breath, he sat up in the chnlr with a wild look, and said: "So that's what you call a safety, is ltf Well, I want to say that I'd rather have my whiskers pulled out by a corn sheller every time. "Whyf" askod Yerkes. "wasn't that a good shave!"' "A good sbaveP" yelled Becker. "Why, who in the name of heaven and earth ever heard of a man being shaved without latherf" "Well, I'll be cussed I" Yerkes replied quietly. "I thought I had overlooked something by the way you howled and kicked." Helena Independent. Royal Trades. The Prince of Wales is said to have learned in his youth to make stockings. His son, the Duke of York, learned the trade of ropemaking. His cousin, the Czar Nicholas II, can plow, sow and reap. The Emperor William is a practi cal typesetter. King Humbert is not oa ly an excellent shotsmaker, but cobbles also to perfectioa Oscar of Sweden bundles the ax with dexterity. Smiles Irradiate t he Countenance When those atrocious bodily troubles, chills and fever, dyspepsia, kidney or rheumatic disorders, yield, as they invariably do, to the denign action of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a remedy f comprehensive use. pure in com' noRition. unobjectionable to a delicate palate, and thorough in effect. Sick headache, loss or appetite, nesn ana Bleep, nausea. Heart burn, are among the physical annoyances obviated by the Bitters. They are in the nature of signals of distress displayed by a disordered stomach, liver and bowels, and disappear with the cause that produced tnem. But these signals should be heeded at once. Then the woe begone look of chronic ill health will speedily disappear, and vigor and com fort restor a cheerful aspect to the face. That faithful index to the condition of the system never fails to wear a look of sunshine when the Bitters is used to dispel the cloud. In Contempt. "That wheel, Judge," said the victim of the bicycle thief, "was the finest on the market" "Stop!" cried the Judge. "111 fine you (10 for contempt This court rides the finest wheel on the market. Pblladel phla North American. Christian Science, Coupled with Dr. Caldwell's Sprup Pepsin, to relieve tne stoniaoa and bowels, and aid digestion, will almost wort miracles, tie sure you get Caldweil's Syrup Pepsin first, and then your faith in Christian science may be unlimited. Sola in lOe, SOo. SOo at $1 bottles, at Saur & Barley's, There She Blows. The old familiar sights I see. Why, bless me, how time swiftly goesl Again the winds are whistling free, Again I cry out, "Biere she blows!" A whale? Kay, gentle reader. I But speak of spring and my poor ncse. lly kerchief, quick I Now hear me cry: "Kuchool Kuohoo!" Ah, there he blowa Ed L. Sabin in Chicago Intw Ocean. Agreeable to the Taste, And mild and sure in its action These are the great merits of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the great family stomacn remedy, uonstip tion cured; indigestion and dyspep sia give way, and life again seems worth living. In lOo, 50c and 1 sizes, or anr sc saisiey s. .00 SHOE Tha Style, Fit and Wear could not be Improved ior Double tha Price. "W. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are fbe productions of skilled workmen, from the best ma terial possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. w e make also and snoes tor men, ana $2.50, $2.00 and $1.75 for boys, and the W. L. Uouglas $30 Police shoe, very suitable tor letter-carriers, policemen and others having much walking to do. We are constantly adding new styles to onr already largo variety, and there is no rea son why you cannot be suited, so insist on having W. L. Douglas Shoes from your dealer. We nse only the best Calf, Russia Calf (all colors), French Patent Calf, French Enamel, Vici Kid, etc., graded to correspond with prices ox uie snoes. If dealer cannot supply yon, write W. L DOUGLAS, Brookton, Mass. CATALOGS FttKB, FROM EVERY CLIME. NEWS OF THE WORLD CONDENSED FOR BUSY READERS. Iwryws Will rind SonsMhlas; Wales Will latmss Him tf (Ba Colnma at Items Balaw la Fcrosad Frosa Basjla ataaj to Sad, Day by Day. Tnsaday. Kid Lavlirne wsa whipped In six rounds by Owen Zlglrr at Philadelphia. Tha bill Irasllslne; pool-selling; In New Tork haa brea slgut-d by Governor Black. W. L. Myers, trusted employe of a Chi cago dry goods Ann, haa gone wrong for $10,000. An attempt was made to murder 8enstor J. U. Mcl'beraon of New Jersey In his New York office. Elrerton B. Chapman, recalcitrant sugar trust witness. Is doing peuance In a prison cell In Washington, A man supposed to be J. O. Bergen, SO, of Springfield, llls died while taking a Dam in new xor. T. W. Benkbone, a California fruitgrow er, hna been Identified aa the son of a wealthy English family. Clarence 11. Collins, stata treasurer of Florida, has been Impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors. Mrs. Ferdinand Garesrhe of St. Louis has received the sad Intelligence that her niece, Miss Le Clerq, waa burned in tbe Paris fire. The committee on moral reform of tbe TJnited Brethren conference reported against theater-going, dancing and card playing. Monday. Milton fray has been sentenced to hang Sept. 2 at Williamson, W. Va. The Cubans are aaid to have negotiated s 13,000,000 loan In New York. A mammoth massmeetlng In behalf of Cuban Insurgents was held in Washington. Tbe Braxlllan government has signed the extradition treaty with the United States. The Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers will demand au increase of wages. A severe windstorm passed over Waco, Tex., destroying much property and caug- lug loss of life. Preston Thornton .shot himself In Louis ville because Miss Mettle Bell Smith would not marry him. Ludwlg von Thlolman, son of a noble Ger man, went daffy on a variety singer and at tempted suicide at Chicago. Ex-Governor Lcwelllng of Kansas denies the charge of Doodling made against him Dy the Populists or his county. An Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe pas senger train tell through a trestle near Arduiore, Ida., and many people were in lured. Saturday. The worst of the Mississippi flood Is over at last. Severe earthquake shocks were felt at Ueno, Nev. Several miners were Injured by a falling cage at Staunton, ills. Five men were burled by an avalanche oi sand at Newcastle, Pa. A successful trip with a bicycle flying macnine was made at Nashville. It is denied that Turkey threatened to expel Mr. Knapp, American missionary. Ex-Postmaster Hctseh of Newport has pleaded guilty to emlojselinj the nostoffice funds. Elverton R. Chapman, New York broker. will go to Jail In Washington Monday for contempt. Umpire Graves, In tbe Kansas Clty-Mll waukee game, was mobbed by the former club at Kansas City. Cashier Youteey of the Newport (Ky.) national Dank has been arrested for al leged misappropriation of funds. Judge Morrow is to succeed Attorney General McKenna on the United States States district bench in California. John Bloor, secretary of the Montana senate, was sentenced to one year In the penitentiary for stealing a bill and thus preventing Its passage. . - -v" Friday. Tho steel beam pool has dissolved. Senator Coke of Waco, Tex., Is at death's aoor. Colonel Frank Bacon of Cbonute, Kan. Is dead. Turkey declares she will not submit to certain demands made by Russia. President McKlnley will attend the Ten nessee centennial exposition on Ohio day, A sawmill boiler exploded near Tipton Ky., killing two men and injuring another. Comtesse Castellane will erect a charlt able Institution In Paris at a cost of (250,' uuu. Charles F. Moore, noted forger, was sea tenoed at Fort Wayne, Ind., to three years in me penitentiary. Jim Nance, alias Williams, was lynched at Jeff, Ala., for Instigating the poisoning or ae a.eiiy iamny. The supreme council of the American Pro tectlve association elected John W. Echols of Atlanta for president. The tipple at tbe ore mine at Plncknev. Tenn., fell, killing 10 persons and probably rainiiy injuring many more. The president and cashier of the defunct Baxter (Kan.) bank have been arrested for violating the banking laws. Thnrsday. There Is a financial crisis In Brazil, Natural gas has been struck near Sacra mento, Cal. China has borrowed, $80,000,000 In gold irom a urmsu syndicate. The face value of the defunct Tacoma bank amounting to $230,000 was sold for SN,U3(I. Waliy O'Connor has been arrested In New York for holding up the bank at Yonkera lor S3.U00. Charles Martin shot and killed Walter Hager at Moberly, Mo. They were waiting on soners. The Spanish hare named the road on which they suffered their last defeat the road to death." The schooner General SIglln is drifting ueipiessiy on tne north pacific with corpse for a helmsman. The supreme court of Missouri Is in a deadlock over the settlement of the $1,000,' uuu estate oi .u unlock & Dickson. President Havemeyer and Secretary Searles of tbe sugar trust are to be placed on trial in Washington May 17 for con tempt. ' Wednesday. Greek troops are leaving Crete. Richard Dawson, Earl of Dartrey, Is dead, Lumpy Jaw has made its appearance among tne cattle In the northwest Governor Griggs has called an extra ses sion of the New Jersey legislature. Mrs. Christian Fisher of Steubenvllle, O. celebrated her one hundred and first birth- day. The ' Masons of Washington C. H., O dedicated a fine Masonic temple with lm posing ceremonies. Frederick Jackson Cunningham, a young society man of Atlanta, is in prison charged with highway robbery. Chades Jackson, colored, charged with attempting to wreck a railroad train, was lynched near Jackson, La. At the recent elections In the province of Quebec the Liberals elected SO of the 70 members of the legislature. Herman M. Shaffer, a professor In the Rochester Theological seminary fell out of a window and was Instantly killed. The porte denies that a circular has been Issued to the Imams In Constantinople and the prevliwM foreshadowing a holy war. Cincinnati, May 18. The Cincinnati lodge of the Benevolent Protective Or der of Elks has received an order from the grand exalted ruler for the rein statement of ex-Grand Secretary Allen O. Myers to all his rights and privi leges. This is the last of the factional fight In the Order of Elks that started three years ago. Bnrns Knocked Unconscious. Cincinnati, May 18. Before the Peo ple's Athletic club Jim Freaney and Charlie Burns, local sports, fought sav agely with gloves for $500. Freaney knocked Bum fatto unconacioustteaa is the fifth round and von. Baby Kiine!! Every mother feels an inde scribable dread of the pain and danger attend ant upon the most critical pe riod of her life. Becoming a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the suffering and danger of the ordeal make its anticipation one of misery. MOTHER'S FRIEND is the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suf fering incident to maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman's severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is re moved by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer de spondent or gloomy; nervousness nausea and other distressing con ditions are avoided, the system is made ready for the coming event, and the serious accidents so com mon to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mother's Friend. ts a blessing to woman. 91.00 FEB BOTTLE at all Drug; Stores, or sent by mail oa receipt of price. BGOKS Containing invaluable information of 1UW1DBU LV, (.' . .TWUIUU, Wilt U Milk rlitt to any address, upon application, by The BBADFIELD BEflULATOB CO., Atlanta, 0a. Mice to Contractors. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Sealed Bills will he received to w o'clock at noon, Saturday. May suth. W7. for tho erection of a Church on the corner of Clinton street and Bryan Pike. Napoleon. Ohio, ac cording to plans and speuillcations on 11 le with Mr. tieo. i . uuraes, at his naKery in Nanoleon. Ohio. Each bid must contain the names of all persons interested in the same and must specify the cost of material and labor separately : the cost per euhie yard for the excavation of the basement and tho price per linear loot, per toot in oeptn lor any ex tra depth of trenches necessary to secure a nermanent tountiation. Each bid shall also contain the name of some perfectly responsible person or per sons ns a guaranty, that if tho bid is accented the bidder will enter into a contract at once for the per.ormnnce ot lus duties. The committee reserve the risht to reject any orau Dids. .1. .I.15JS11JIHAUT, WM. ELATiTON, JOHN HUDDLE, GEO.F. CUHDES, D. P. HUDSON, Kay l3-3t Building Committee, Notice to Contractors. OEALEB PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIV- O ed bv the Villniro Council of the Village oi .Napoleon, Ohio, until 12 o ciock noon, on Saturday, Juno 5th, 181)7, for amdinc enrblnir and navlntr about H. 760 square yards with Vitrified Pavinit Brick a lll.-, 1. ...,,1 i.jKin nil ,,n,,uun ft, labor and materials lor tno improvementoi Washington street from Monroe street to Sheffield avenue in said village of Napoleon, Ohio, according to plans and specifications on tile in the Village Olerk's office. A sample of the paving brick or block shall be llled in the office ot the Engineer by each contractor, who shall state the name of the party manufacturing the same, also furnish samples of stone to be used in curbs and headers, and give location of quarry. Biddors are required to use printed forms which will be furnisqed on application. Each bid must be accompanied by a certi fied check for s per cent, of the amount of the bid. but need not in any ase exceed 600, payable to the Village Treasurer, as a guar antee, that if the bid is accepted a contract will be entered into and the performance of it properly secured. The council resorves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the Village Council. JAMES P. MASON. C. N. Schwas, Engineer. Clork. Napoleon, O., May 8, 1807. (w. Notice of Appointment. Estate of C. Fred'k Shoemaker, deo'd. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN AP Dointedand qualified as Administrator of the estateof C. Frederick Shoemaker, late of Henrv County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 7th day of May, 187, J. A. HOOPS. Notice of A ppointment. Estate of Jennie A. Patrick, deo'd. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN Ap pointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of Jennie A. Patrick, late of Henry County, Ohio, deceased. C. M. FISK. Probate Notice NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT Geo. W. Walker, as Guardian of Hazel Walker, has filed a first account of his Guar dianship, which will be for hearing and set tlement June 7th, 1897. J. V. CUFF, Probate BUCKEYE ROUTE i f THE COLUMBUS Hocking valle W1W lULUUVj IT. I . Uairtvilfft "3 All Vancclwrcjl PARLOR CARS' ANO SOLID TRAINS Toledo,' CoIumbu8,i. Athens, Pomeroy With Direct Connection! for all Points North. East, South and War. Pullman Sleeper between Columbus and Chicago every aight in the year. Lowest Rates, Quickest Time, t or Tickets, Sleeping and Par lor Car Reservations, Tims of Trains and De tailed Informat'n inquire agu. C. H.V. & T. Ry. W. U. ntBEB, Ota. rasa, 1U, Aft., Calaavkai, O. OFIin ?rfoB,T DRUNKENNESS QH. J. 1 STEPHENS. UMNON. OHIO. 3aooXT'athen J M Legal Notice. Mary Hammond, Plaintiff, va. Dliri U.mmntiJ TWkfanHattf In the Court of Common l'leaa of Henry County, Ohio. URT HAMMOND. WHOSE PLACE OP realilenca Ia linlrnnwn W rt Hanr County. Ohio, will take mtlce. that on the imn any oi May. 1X07, in the Court or Com mon Pleae of Henrv Cmintv Ohio, vhnni thm action is now pending, being Case No. tntl. inennueraigned. Alary Hammond, tiled her petition against the wild Burt. Hammond praying for a diroreA fmm him on thA ground of willful absence for more than three years and groe neglect of duty, and to chnnge her name to Mary Bayes. The said Burt Hammond la required to answer raid action not later than Six () weens alter May joth. 1897. the date of the first publication of thia notice or auch di vorce and relief may be granted. f nnx A Dokovam, Atty's lor Plaintiff. May 17th, i97.-w. Sheriffs Sale. John C Woltimire, County Treasurer, icv, va. William Martens and Frederick Dlemer. Henry County Court of Common Pleas. Case AO. 20H6. Allan Order of Sale. TN PURSUANCE OP AN ORDER ISSUED L from the Court of Common Pleas within and for the Countv of Henrtf nwl Ht-uta nf Ohio. malo at the April term thereof A. jy., in, nno to me directed, 1 will offer for Sale at nublio auetion at. the rinor nf thA Court House, in Napoleon, on Saturday, Jane 19th, 1887, at 1 o'clock, p. m.. of said day, the following described real estate, to-wit: Lots Twentv-fonr (Ml anil Turenhr.fl lom in R. K. Scott s addition to the Village of Na poleon, Henry County, Ohio. Said nremiseR hnvA heen arnrntnad t Lot Twenty-four (24)at Forty Dollars mo on), Lot Twenty-five (2Biat Fifty Dollars n.oo) nnl can not sell lor less than two-thirds of said appraisement. Terms of Sale : Cash. P. W. KEITEB, Sheriff of Henry County, Onto. jAa P. Baoas, Plt'ffs Atty. Road Notice. V 0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A . v netition will h ttrpeenred to tha flnm. mlssioners of Henry and t'ulton Counties at their next, session. June 7th, A. D., 18H7, pray ing for the locution of a County Bond on the following line to:wit: Beginning at the point where theBldge rpad crosses the line between Henry and Fulton Counties. Ohio, between Sections Nine (0) and Sixteen (16). Town 8 North, luinge 8 East: thence running V.nst Kntwann said Sections Nine () and Sixteen (18) and Sections Ten(lo) and Fifteen (is), same Town and Range aforesaid. The entire route be ing on the line between said Henry and Ful ton Counties, Ohio. , ADOLF GLANZ, Napoleon, 0., May 3, '97.-it Petitioner. ,Legal Kotlce. Sarah Bechtcl, Plaintiff, vs. Byron J. Bechtel, Defendant. In the Court of Common Pleas, Heury Coun- Rty, Ohio. YRON J. BECHTEL, RESIDING AT Gale8burg, in the state of Illinois, will take notice, that on the sist day of March, A. D 1807, in the Court of Common Pleas of Henry County, Ohio, where the action is now pending, being Case No. 4(122, the undersign ed. Harah Bechtel, filed her petition against said Byron J. Bechtel praying for a divorce from him on the grounds of gross neglect of duty, and for the restoration to her former name of Sarah Hughes. The said Byron J. Bechtel Is required to answer said petition in said aotion not later than six weeks after the 1st day of April, A. D 1807, the date of the first publication of this notice, or such divorce and relief may be granted. SARAH BECHTEL. Cahill & Donovan, her Att'ys. 1 ot NOTICE OF SALE, Stephen B. Sturges, vs The Mansfield, Coldwater and Lake Michi gan Builroad Company, et. al. ITn Circuit Court of Richland County, Ohio. TN PURSUANCE OF THE ORDER OF THE X Court to me directed I will soil at ntihlln out-ory at the north door of the Court House, iu Napoleon, Henry County, Ohio, on Tuesday, May 25, 1807, atioo'olock a. m., the following Lands and Lots, situated in said County of Henry, to wit: The East half of Lot No, Fifteen (16), of R. K. Scott's out-lots, and Lot No. Hixtoon (16) of R. K. Scott's out-lots, in the village ot Na poleon. Ohio. Aiso iiOt no. xwenry-one (21). in section 18, If nmnohln I Unrfh Tin a If.. . l J three acres of land. Appraised at East half of No. 16,.. ... $26 00 " No. 16 60 00 " Three acres 200 00 Terms of Sale Cash. 4 A JAMES CARROTHERS. Anrll 25nd. lS97.-6t ISotice of Appointment. Estate of Eliza Smith, deceased. mHE UNDERSIGNED HAS BF.TtN AP. X pointed as administrator with will an nexed oi the estate or iillssaBmltn, late oi Hen ry county. Ohio, deceased. uatea this 28tn day oi April, a. v., irot. SOLOMON S. MMITH. Notice of Appointment. Estate of Elizabeth Hughes, dee'd. rnHE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN AP. X pointed and qualified as Administrator or tne estate oi luizaoetn Hughes, lute of iienry county, unio, aeceased. Dated this 4th day of May. 1R07. AUGUST OHLSS0N, Notice of Appointment. Estate of Thos. Dronberger, deo'd. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN Ap pointed and qualilled as administrator with will annexed of the estate of Thomas Dronherger. late of Henry County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 16th day of May, 1807. JAMES P. RAGAN. Notice of Appointment. Estate of Lawrence Bobn, deceased. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN Ap pointed and qualified as Executrix of the estate of Lawrence Bohn, late of Henry County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 18th day of May. 1897. AGNES BOHN. NOTICE TO TEACHERS. VTOTIOE Is hereby given that in aooord Xl acee wun the provisions of theBebee Law the Henry county Board of Examiners will hold examinations for teaohers in the Dnion High Sohool room in Napoieon, Ohio, on the following dates, to-wit: First Saturday in September do October do November do February do March do April do May do Jane 1st and last Saturdays in August Examination will oommence at 9 o'clock, m. Evidence of good moral oharaoter wil be required of all candidates; that evidenee to be a personal knowledge of the Examin ers oonoerniog. the applicant or oertifioatc of good moral oharaoter from somerelia ble source. MRS. SUE WEL8TEAD, 1 OHAS. E. REYNOLDS, Examiner!. W. M. WAJ&0, ) do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do NAPOLtON. GOING WEST, St Lonla Lira Id No. :U p m Dally Fast Hail No. lf:io p m. .... . Dally Kansas City Eip.No. I. ou:Mam Daily Ft. Wayne Acm-No. U -10:M " daily Ex 8tu Pacific Ezpreaa- No. I-:I9 " " OO EAST. N. T. t Boston. LtdNot .T:u-a m Dairy Toledo Accom-....Na 10.. T:io am. ..Dally Fast Hall No.a-l.3S p m Dally Atlantic Exp. ...No. 4..t:M p m. dally Ex Sua Local Freight. -No. 71-7:15 a m-daily ex Sua depart 7 :o am 49" No. 1 does not atop at Napoleon. C.M.BHYAM Aftat Tbe Lima Northern Railway. Time Card In Effect Jan Mh. MOT. NORTH BOUND TRAINS. No. 2 1 No. A I a , TC Ex.Sun Ex.Sun Daily. 0 Exjj'un Lima .Lv Cairo; ColumbusGr 11 :30am ll:7 " l:Oipm 6:i(ipm 8:20am 8:40 " 8;M " 9:20 " 9:40 " 9:62 " 9:00am 9:30 " 8:7s 6:40 6:00 6:16 6:26 6 81 :7 6:62 7:10 7:2H 7:46 8:00 8:1T 8:27 8:40 8:47 8:10 10:22 " 10:68 " 11:20 " 11 32 " Ottawa Leipsic Prentiss. ..... Gallup Humler Mulinta... Nanoleon . . . ,.,..M .. 1U:35 " 12: " U:60 " 12:67 " 10:00 " 10:10 " 11:42 - 12:01pm 1:14 " 1:80 " 1:62 " 2:10 " 2:25 " 2:42 " 2:49 " 2:67 " S:ns " 3:80 10:80 " ia:s7 10:60 " 11:19 " 11:46 " 11:66 " 1:30 " 3:00 2:38 " 3:64 ' 8:09 " 8:21 " 3:38 " 8:68 M 6:00 " Feedom Wauseon Ottokee .. Oak tshade.. 12:10 uenson Blmo Packard. ... Adrian....... 12:17 12:26pm 12:32 1:00 VIA WABASH. Detroit Ar! 6:46 11:16 S6UTH BOUND TRXTWST No- 1. i , ."No. 11 No. 19 Ex.Sun 0 vl Ex.8un Ex.8ul 8:35am 2:02pm 10:26 " 4:00 " 9:loam I0:00an 10:62 " 4:23 " 9:43 " 10:61 " 10:68 " 4:30 " 6:60 " 11:04 " 11:08 " 4:43 " 7:00 " H:i9 " 11:13 " 4:63 " 7:08 " 11:30 11 11:30 " 6:10 " 7:26 " 11: 68" 11:16 " 6:26 " 7:41 " I2:30pni 12:02pm 6:42 ' 7:68 " 12:60 " 12:20 " 8:00 " 8:28 " 1:30 " 12:37 8:17 " 8:47 " 2:00 " 12:67 " 6:37 " 9:07 " 2:40 ' 1:03 " 8:43 " 9:16 " 2:61 " l:o " 6:49 " 9:23 " 8:06 " 1:19 " 7:0 " 9:40 " 8:32 " 1:84 " 7:14 " 10:00 " 4:01 1:64 " 7:82 " 10:22 " 4:43 ' 2:08 " 7:46 " 10:40 " 6:28 ' 2:26 " 8:00 " 11:00 " 6:00 ' Detroit Lv VIA WASASH. Adrian Packard.... Tilmn Denson Onk Shade .. Ottokee Wansonn Freedom Napoleon Mulinta Humler Gulllip Prentiss Leipsic ......... Ortnwn. ColumbusGr Cairo Lima Ar Tn. 1 In finnnanHAnwItK . CiVl a..Al runs through without ehnngeof cars to Jack son, Ohio, niaking direct connection for Ada, 1- iiBuuig, 21. nayne, uoiumlms, Dayton. Cincinnati, Ironton, Portsmouth, Chilllcothe, KeruuiK, vvaHiiingron. u. u .Baltimore, Philadelphia. New York, Old Pt Comfort, and all Eastern points, No. 2 runs through without change of cars from all Ohio Southern stations and makes direct connection at Nanoleon for Toledo, arriving at 2:36 p. m. ; with Wabash at Adrian fn. Ttnnnl n .1 nil n I j 1 , . M.i oiiu ui iiuiiiiH in luicmgau via Humler for Chicago and the West, No. 3 makes direct connection with Wab ash train leaving Detroit at 2:06 p. m and Is the last train into Lima from the Nortlrvia any line. No. 4 is a through train from Wellston over the Ohio Southern and Is the last train to Toledo, Detroit and Michigan points, ar riving at Toledo 10:00 p. m. lfo- infnpmut Inn al,ifi,A wn. etc., call on agents or write jr. is. r isHisii, Uen. Pass. Agt., E. W. Hinbb. A. G. P. A., Springfield, 0. . Lima, umo. P. Lannbk, T. A., Napoleon. Ohio. Baltimore & Ohio R. R TIME TABLE. WIN EFFECT NOV. 22nd, 1896.' East-Uound, STATIONS. 4tl04l 14 16 PM AM PM 7 00 t 6 05 S80 AM PM 12 86 1 28 t 06 4 06 t 8 86 5 33 T 40 AM t6 86 e so 10 65 AM 8 00 PM 4 60 ( 06 8 16 .. 10 40 CENTRAL TIME. Lv Ghicaiio.... " Defiance " Monroeville. "Sandusky.... " Mansfield..- " Mt Vernon. Ar Newark Lv Newark AM 10 15. AM PM 8 80' t6 41 8 31 t4 08 8 00 t3 3D. 8 66 7 4 8 2 8 80- 9 11 AM 1 Iff 7 60 11 6B 1 09 4 06 6DO 10 05 11 22 PH 11210 12 80 PM " Zanesville EASTERN TIMB. Ar Wheeling, ... " Pittsburgh... ' Washington " Baltimore .. 1 12 PM t 30 8 26 AM 636 7 66 no 40 ; " Philadelphia PM "New York, i 12 60 West-llound, STATIONS. 7 6 8 i 17 18 CENTRAL TIME. PM AM PM AM AM Lv. Defiance... 8 30 8 31 7 40 til oo 1 05. PM Ar. Chicago too 900I 840 7 40 PULLMAN SERVICE. Chicago and Cleveland, Trains Nos. 14 anil 1 Chicago and Pittsburg, Trains Nos. 8,8, 14 and 16. Chicago ana uoium ous. Trains nos. 14, 16. Chicago and Wheeling. Trains Nos. 7. 8. 48 and 47. Chicago and Baltimore. Trains Nos. 6. 6. 7 and 8. 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