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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOIEON, O.. JUNE 3, 1S97.
FROM EVERY CLIME. NEWS OF THE WORLD CONDENSED FOR BUSY REAOERS. EmyoM Will Fled Something W htrkj Will Inteswst Him If the Column f Items Below ll Fe se4 Pram Begin Bice- ta mL Day by Day. ' Toesday. The prim of the Philadelphia korae show aggregate S13.OO0. Two men were killed by a train near louse Creea, Tenn. It 'la denied that the Vanderbllts will tabllsli oil works in Kussla. Three men were Ingulfed and porlshed in ntritsana in Fort Wayne, inu. Liberals did not appear' In the Spanish senate and no quorum waa present, E i pert metallurgists declare gold and silver can not be made from the baaer snetals. The police of Louisville stopped a prize ' light between Jim Watts and "The Terri ble Swede. William C. Van Aiken, who attempted te boot ex-Lulted Suites Senator John B. McPherson- in Mew York, pleaded not guilty. H. O. Havemeyer, president of the (agar trust, la on trial at Washington for von' tempt In refusing to answer the questions of the senate committee In Ibw. ' Henry Bauer and Carl Nold, the an archlst who' were Implicated In the at, tempted assassination of Henry C. Prick la 1W.S, have been releaaed from the Rlverslds l"a.) penitentiary. Monday. . The ministry of Denmark resigned. John Dawson of -Chicago shot and killed . Us wife. : 'J V, Persons you meet every day, OF BRIGHT'S DISEASE cr some trouble of the kidneys, urinary or female organs, . , I " mn.UIitf'MS.U- WHAT CAN BE DONE? In such a serious condition you must secure the best remedy you can find in the market AT ONCE. There is only one absolutely sure cure for these troubles, and that is "It has stoocthe test of time." THE BEST WASH BLUE IN USE. the American Ball Blue la 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 aura yon get the .genuine article, which has a red stripe in tho middle of the package. i HUMPHREYS' No. No. No. No. No, No. 1 Cures Fever. 2 Worms. 3 " Infants' Diseases, '4 u Diarrhea. ,8 M Neuralgia. 9 Cures Headache. No. lO No. 11 " Dyspepsia. Delayed Periods. No. 12, " Leuchorrea. No. 1 4 " ; Skin Diseases. No. IS Cures Rheumatism. No. 16 No. 20 No. 27' No. SO No. 77 Malaria, . Whooping Cough Kidney Diseases, ; Urinary Diseases '. Colds and Grip, Sold by Druggists, or sent prepaid on receipt of price, 2 jo., or 5 for SI. v ' Dr. HtlMPHBETS' HOMEOPATHIC HaNUAL or Diseases Mailed Fkeb. Humphreys' lied. Co., Ill William St., IT. T. 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I. . .... . , r w k . . . , , , To Cora Constipation Forever. Take Coscarets Candy Cathartic. lOo or He. 2 C. C. C. fall to cure, druggist refund money. A 'mmm "rW-if--,:i. A.W A-J WILL TO fit. Si.-. BlaboD al alien Is dying st Phll advli). The silk weavers at raterson, N. J., have fetarned to work. Colonel klanoa of the Greek army attempt ed to commit suicide. ' Mayor Harrison led the annual Sunday ran of Chicago bicycle clubs. W. a. Boss, IS, cigarette Bend, suicided In Camden. N. 1., by hanging. The Society of Friends held Its two hun dred and third annual session in Now York. Two persons perished In a fire In New York and three were probably fatally In jured. , . Eddie Vaugle, the prtseflghtRr who waa knocked senseless at New York, will re cover. The British warships palled the Hamburg-American liner Arcadia off the rocks near Cape Kay, Ji. F. The seventy-second anniversary of the establishment of the American Tract soci ety waa celebrated In New York. -Saturday. Great quantities of grain are being sent to South Africa. The National Sound Money league held a meeting at Chicago. Moos Lee, the aeurbnaut, was fatally In jured in a full at McKeeeport, I'a, Governor Bradley will suppress the toll gate mobs In Kentucky by aiding the local officers. . William F. BlckeJ, president of the de funct .Minnesota Savings bank, has been ac quitted. ' I Consul General Lee has been Instructed to purchase 10,000 worth of supplies for the relief of American citizens in Cuba. H. B. Rose & Company, wholesale milli ners of Fittsborg, have been closed by the sheriff on executions for $00,000. The plant of the Buffalo (N. Y.) Mortar and Fiber company has been seized by the sheriff on an attachment for $13,000. The lenses of the Xerxes Observatory In Wisconsin have been adjusted, making the greatest telescope In the world ready for use . Mrs. Eatherlnc Evans, 63, of Cleveland married Jacob Eran, 73, an Indiana farmer near Montraorencl after a brief courtship by mall. Friday. Senator Joseph H. Carlo Is dead at Green ville, S. C. " t , A large filibustering expedition has left Florida for Cuba. The courthouse in Randolph county, TT. Ta., at Beverly, wa9 burned. A windstorm did great damage In Indian apolis, but no lives were lost. - The powers have agreed that Turkey is entitled to $20,000,000 from Greece. A bill has been introduced in the Spanish cortes to increase the army to 100,000 men. Kev. C. M, Weldon of Brockton, Mass., has accepted the presidency of Clark's uni versity in Atlanta. The 1'rcsbyterlun general assembly nt Eagle Lake, Ind., elected Dr. Sheldon Jack sou to the modcratorshlp. Morgan Rotch of New Bedford, Mass.; president of the Howland, Uotch und New Bedford, mills, has assigned. The State Bankers' association In session at Nashville recommended John W. Faxon for treasurer of the United States. News of tho passage of the Cuban belllg ereucy resolution by the United S:utes sen ate was received with cheers in Mexico. The United Brethren church. elected Bish op Weaver bishop emeritus, nnd Bishops Custlc, Keppart,. Holt and Mills were re elected. , There was 'a riot In the lower house of the Illinois legislature, rebutting from Rep resentative Novuk of Chicago assaulting the speaker. William T. Bryant of Montevlsta, Colo., says he saw I'astor Gibson carry the dead body of Blanche Lomont to the belfry of Emanuel church in San Francisco. Thursday. Howard, S. D., was struck by a cyclone. Kentucky's legislature has passed an anti mob law. The Southern hotel at Mcrldnn, Miss., was burned. Horatio King, postmaster general under Buchanan, Is dead. Some new mud geysers have begun to squirt near El Moro, Cala. The miner? of the I'lttsburg district are preparing for a general strike. The license of the Metropolitan Life In surance company of New York bus been re voked In Kansas. Baroness von Turkbelm, alias Jeanne Young of San Francisco will return from England penniless. - Rev. Thomas Peebles of Minneapolis was elected moderator of the synod of the Re formed Presbyterian church at Pljttsburg. With a revolver In one hand and a photo of a woman other than bis wife In the other George Taylor,. tC St. Louis banker, was found dead. Wednesday. The Belknap Savings bank of Laconla has suspended. Lieutenant Farrow Was- acquitted at Pittsburg of defrauding an Insurance com pany. Eighteen councils of the A. P. A.'s have been suspended In Karens City and St Louis. The senate committee recommends an ap propriation' of $350,000 for the Paris ex position. Governor Leedy denounced the temper ance people for expecting him to enforce the Kansas temperance laws. , 'The Missouri courts have decided that bi cycles are not baggage and that a railroad can not be compelled to carry them free. Governor Plngree has announced that be will call an extra session ef the Michigan legislature In case a law la not enacted to get $1,000,000 more taxes oat of corpora tions. " r Like the One Corbett Got, Ho held his hand tightly over the pit of his stomach. His face was distorted with pain. He gasped for breath. The bride of a month looked at him In mild terror. ' "Wh-vhat is it, George?" she stam mered. .. "I I think," he muttered, "it :is a heart blow." . He had just partaken of the results of her first attompt at cake baking. Cleve land Plain Dealer. mucn We Merchants, Bankers, Lawyers, Physicians and all economical men wear ' W. L. Douglas Shoes because they are the best. For sale by ; tlH I I S M. REISER, JR., PERRY ST., NAPOLEON, A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO r,,. SHAVE WITH." V r APOLIO IS THE PROPER THING THE NEW SUGAR SCANDAL. . Editorial Opinion of Legislation for Trusts. Is the country to be afflicted with a second sugar scandal? Are tba "sen ators from Haveneyer" ex -officio mem bers of tli finance committee, nnd are they to be permitted to dictate the im portant sugar schedule? Chicago Evening; Post (Ind. Hep.). I The senate committee's bill, wheth er designed tQ do so or not, will pivo the trust a great advantage should it become a law. For that reason the country is bitterly opposed to the sen ate sugar :hedule. and if the senate will heed the voice of the people that schedule will not be embraced in the pew tariff. Indianapolis Journal (Kep.). , The storm over the sugar schedule is steadily increasing. All the examina tions which hare been made since its report, instead of clearing it up. only make it look the blacker. It has appar ently been made of a very complicated character to baffle analysis and to dis guise a job, but, intricate as It is, it does not conceal the fact that it em braces a very large differential for the benefit of the trust. This conviction is universal, und it is aggravated by the stories of personal profit in connection with it. Philadelphia Press (Kep.). The specific charge by a responsible newspaper in Chicago that three mem bers of the senate speculated in the se crets of the committee room after the sugar schedule on the senate tariff bill had been framed, and profited $30,000 by the transaction, is altogether too serious to be 'treated by the senate with contempt or indifference. . The peculiar influence which the magnates of the sugar trust have ex erted in the framing of the new sugar schedule has already created suspicions na to the integrity of the framers of the bill. If the charge against the alleged speculators shall not be investigated, it will serve to strengthen, jf not p on firm, this suspicion. Philadelphia Bul letin (Hep.). Revising the Sngar Schedule. This cartoon is from the New-York Press, one of the most partisan of re publican newspapers, which always ad vocates protection to any and every in dustry. Like 'hundreds of other repub lican papers, its disgust at the notion of A'drich in writing the sugar schedule at the dictation of the trust is so great that it is daily denouncing the sugar schedule and the senate committee's method of doing business. ( Who Pays the Text The irepublicam claim that "the for eigner pays the tax" is amply proved by the following letter, which will ap- peal to the people of Nebraska and Iowa, as it interests them particularly: Omaha, April 10. The Albion Milling Company, Neb. Gentlemen: Answering your Inquiry of the 7th Inst. Tho explana tlon of the recent marked advance In the price or burlap bogs is In the prospective changes In the tariff, under the Wilson bill they are on the free list, but the Dlngley bill provides for a duty which would amount to something over one cent per bag on the 66-lnch eight-ounce burlap. The price made you on your recent Invoice is the lowest which we can offer on the pres ent market. Yours truly, Bemis Omaha Bag Company. M. C. Peters,Manager. The consumers of burlap bags who live in this section of the country need not imagine that the increased price of bags concerns them. The foreigner has to pay it. Congressman "Champ" Clark, in his speech op the Dingley tariff bill,-said "the passage of the bill will force every merchant in the land to make a tariff for revenue only speech- every time he sells a bill of goods across the coun ters." The above letter is only one of the tariff speeches referred to by the eloquent and witty Missouri congress man. World-Herald., Pettlgrew'a Amendment. Senator Pettigrew has introduced an amendment to the Dingley bill which provides for the admission free of duty of articles controlled by trusts. Should it become law nnd be carried out hon estly how tnuch revenue would the bill yield? There are trusts in sugar, coal window and plate glass, lumber pot tery, wall paper, rubber, cutlery and in nearly all kinds of hardware. There is no trust in tea, but that is probably ibecause there ias been no duty to en- The Style. Pit and Weal could not be Improved for Double the Price. . V. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are foe productions of skilled workmen, from the best ma terial possible to put into shoes sold at these prices, we make also and shoes tor men, and $2.50, $2.00 and $1.75 for boys, and the W. L, Douglas Woo folice shoe, very suitable tor letter-carriers, policemen and others having wanting to do. are constantly adding new styles to our aireauy large variety, ana mere is no rea- , son wny you cannot be suited, so insist on having W. L. Douglas Shoes from your dealer. . ' TFe use only the best Calf . Riiakla Calf (an colors), Jrencn ratent tali, i'renjli Enamel, Vlcl Kid, etc., graded to correspond with prices of vhe shoes. ' If dealer cannot supply you, write W. L DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. Catalogue Fake. FOR HOUSE-CLEANING; MOTHER! Si and about which such tender ana holy recollections cluster as that of " Mother" hc who watched over our helpless infancy and guid ed our first tottering step. Yet the life of every Expectant Moth er is beset with danger and all ef fort should be made to avoid tt ioiiier's so assists nature in the change tak ing place that the Expectant Mother is ena bled to look for ward without riend dread, suffering or gloomy fore bodings, to the hour when she experiences the . joy of Motherhood. Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than before confinement in short, it "makes ChiLdbirth natural and easy," as so many have said. Don't be persuaded to use anything but ITHER'S FRIEND "My wife suffered more in ten min utes with either of her other two chil dren than she did altogether with hei last, bavins? previously used four bot tles of Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing to any one expecting to be come a MOTHER," says a customer. Uendehson Dale, Carmi, Illinois. Of Drnggl'ts at M.on, or sent by mail on receipt of price. Write for book containing testimonial! and valuable information for all Mothers, free. Tho BradSeld Befrulator Co., Atlanta, Oa. courage it. There are also trusts in the woolen nnd cotton industries. Uevenue will be scarce if such a law should be enforced. But will those elected by trust funds destroy the system which fosters trusts? They may pass some such law, ns they did the Sherman anti trust law in 1S90, but it w ill be only an other dummy. Pneumatic Tiros in KtKrlntvl. "Can the American makers estab lish a demand for the lioso-pipe tvpe f tire in this country?" Tlio ques tion is propounded by a writer iu an Enclixh paper, who thou proceeds to answer in the negative. "This is a question which seems to be ajjifatinjr the minds of some of the people in the trade across- the Atlantic. cSome of them seeiu disposed to uiake tiny cao riHoe in order to convert the English rider to the 'hose-pipe,' but I fear they will be grievously disappointed. This kind of tire does not buit the flinty roads of threat Britain, and we have learnt from expei-ieuoo how it lacks durability and resistance to puncture. If anything were needed to strength en the convictions of the English riders that tile hose pipe tire is not mited to their requirements, it is the fact that a year or two ago oneof the very best examples of that type of tire was exploited energetically, in this nouutry, and for a time seemed likely to carry all before it; but after it had been thoroughly put to the test on British roads it could not face the ordeal, and the company formed to manufacture it was forced to make a double-tube tire its leading: specialty. American makers catering the British buyers will, therefore, ue wise to con aider this undoubted fact verv seri ously. If they wish to obtain a grip or the English trade they must throw over their pet fad the hose-pipe tire." LONG TRIP IN THE AIR. The Airship Touring . Club Was Afloat Longer Than Any Previous Balloon, The amount of attention devoted tonavi gatloD of the air is constantly on the in crease both in America and Europe. Tho remarkable experiments in which kites have been nn important factor, which were carried on in the vicinity of this city dur ing last summer and fall, are still fresh in the minds of most persons. They demon Btrated the feasibility of lifting heavy weights by tho force of tho wind exercised on kites, nnd will no doubt prove of im mense advantage to future aeronauts in tho way of enabling them to direct their balloons. Those who are interested in following up such matters await with extreme hopeful ness the result of the proposed voyago to the polar regions by Swedish sclontists, which was postponed last summer at the orltical moment owing to unfavorable winds and weather, but that the subject is receiving close attention is shown by the remarkable voyago recently made by a bal loon named Touring Club, which accom plished tho journey of COS kilometcw (375 inues) rrom .Paris to Agcn. This record has never been surpassed in length, except by two ascents during tho siege of Paris by the balloon Villo d'Orleans, which landed in Norway, and the ueneral Chanzy, which landed at Aus bach, in Bavaria., Both of those distances exceed therocord of the Touring Club by a few kilometers only Only one of the 44 ascents made under the auspices of the Society For Aerial Nav lgation of Berlin and only tho two men tioned of tho 64 balloons sent up during the siege of Paris havo equaled the dis tance record of the Touring Club. Incldentully tbo rooord lor length of so journ above the earth was also exceeded. and many now instruments were tested and will have a wide bearing on the pro posed international study of atmospherio conditions Dy means of stationary bal loons. The balloon itself was made of china silk and had a cubic content of 1,700 meters. Five hundred kilograms of ballast were taken, making a total weight, in cluding instrumen'tsandballoonists, of 735 kilograms altogether something over a ton. Tho two aeronauts were Messrs. George Besacoa and Maurice Farman. Tho anchor carried was of an original design, a grapnel with two stocks. The valvo was studied with pnrtioular care, permitting the gas to esoape rapidly when tho balloon was to make a landing without requiring a continued strain on the cord to bring into nluy special mechan ism. The latitude reached was never very high, and it required an hour to attain 8,000 feet, the theory of Mr. Besaobn be ing that when one undertakes an extend ed voyage lu point of tinio it is necessary to remain in a low Utltudo, so ns to bus- band the supply of gas. The gTeatcr por tion of tho voyage was made at a height of about 700 feet The balloon ascended at Paris early in the morning and followed the direction of the railroad line to Orleans. The descent was made at a quarter past 8 on the after noon oi tne next day, in the neighborhood of Agen, after having been in the air more than SO hours. The rate of travel of the balloon varied from 15 to 50 miles an hour. Oneof the features of this voyage was the distribution of printed blanks, asking certain questions, whloh were to be filled HD and xetornod h hnav found thorn. Mne thousand of tut-so were sent out dar ing the voyage, and about 1C0 havo been returned, furuhhisg Important data. New York Herald. nope leu. "Young TJarcacrcs owes you a tourle of hundred, docs her Rather a doubtful debt, isn't it;" "Doubtful? I wish It was!" Sketch. A Great Discovery. Undo Sllus (looking at tbo sign, "Wom an's Kxcbango") li'gosh, if I'd knowid of this place afore, I'd n -swapped Sal long afore this. New York Sunday Journal. Much Easier. "It would be quitca bit easier to forglvo and forget, remarked the observer of men and things, "if the coal man did not usu ally handle Ice also." Detroit Journal. The Kind Ue Wanted. Minnie I want to Introduce you to a young lady a very nine young lady aud she's worth htr weight iu gold. Bob Stout girl, I hope, Tit-Bits. rrnbate Notice. VOTICE IS HEREBY GITF.N, THAT jucot) Umwn an Gnnnlinn of Alvln Brown, er. nl, bus filed n first iici-nunt of his eiiHr(linnhip." wliii'h will be for heurirgand settlement Jure, ?ist. w. J. V. CUFF, Probate Judge. Probato Notioi. VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIYEX, THAT 1 N T. A. t'onway ns Administrator of Poter I.eonlmrt. has filed a final account of his administration, which will be for hcariug aud settlement June ait-t. iks7. J. V. CUFF. Probate Judge. Probate Notice. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THT 1.1 T A. Contt-nv hs administrator of in. D. Newsbaum. has filed a final account of lus administration, which will no for hear ing and settlement Jun ?lst. 1H7. ,'. V. CUFF. I'robuto Judge. Pro'-ateVotice. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES, TH VT Duninl Houts, as Guardian of David M, Houts. lias Hied a rocoiid Hceount of Ills guardianship, which will bo for hearing and settlement Juno ilst, lsn7. J. V. CUFF. Probate Judge. Probate Notice. NOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN. TOAT Fred. Steward, as Guunlinnot Anna Foght, hiiB filed a linnl irfcount ot her guar dianship, which will bo for hearing and set tlement Juue 2!st, 117. J. V. CUFF, rrobate Judge. Probate Notice. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT ! F. H. Voigt, as guardian of George M. Lomliiivdy, has filed u first account of his guardianship, which will bo for hearing and acttlcuient June list, iksi7. J. V. CUFF, Trobato Judge. Probate Not ice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT George Russell, .ns administrator t Franklin W. Stnihle. has' tiled a second nc noiiiit of his administration, which will be for hearing und settlement .Tune'ilst. li)7. J. V. CUFF Probate Judge. iG8 tolontractors. nTiTmrnnensitB wtt . r n p n vrirt v. O od by the Village Council of tho Villuga oi jNapnieon, onio, until u o ciock noon, on Sitturday, June 5th, 181)7, forgrnding. curbing and raving about 14. Toosquare yards with Vitrified Paving Brick or Block, and furnishing all the necessary labor and materials for the improvement of Washington street from Monroe street to Sliellleld avenue in said village Df Napoleon, Ohio, according to plans aud specifications on me m the village ';iern s omce. A sample of the Having brick or block shall be llled in the office of the Engineer by each contractor, who shad state the mime of the party manufacturing the same, also furnish siunriles of stone to oe used in curbs and headers, aud'give location of quarry. Bidders are required to use printed forms wmt:n nui ut? lui 1110411 uu niipiiciiiiuil. Each bid must be accoimmnied bv a eerll fled check for ts per cent, of the amount of the bid, but need not in any case exceed .'500, navable to the Vlllfttro Treasurer, ivh a cnar- anteo. that if the bid is accepted a contract will be entered into and the performance of it properly secured. The council rosorves the right to reject any or hh iuiis. By order of the Village Council. JAMES P. MASON. C. N. Schwab, Engineer. Clerk. Napoleon, O.. May 8, 1897. 5w. Notice of Appointment. Estate of C. Fred'k Shoemaker, deo'd. rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN AP. J- pointed and qualified as Administrator ot tne estate ot c. Frederick: tsuoeuialior, late oi nenrv uounry, unio, deceased. Dated this 7th day of May, 18J7, J. A. H00P3 , Notice of .Appointment. Estate of Jennie A. Patrick, .deo'd. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN A P. JL pointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of Jennie A. Patrick, late of neury uounry, unio, ueceaseu. C. M. FISK Probate Notice NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT , Geo. W. Walker, as Guardian of Hazel yvautcr. has tiled a llrst account of his Guar dianship, which will be for hearing and set tloment June 7th, 1897. J. V. CUFF, Probate . . PARLOR CARS AND SOLID TRAINS . . . OCTWECN . . . Toledo, Columbus,! Athens, Pomeroy With Direct Connections for aU Points North, East, South and Wbst. Pullman Sleeners between Columhn .nd Chicagoeverynihtlnlheyear. Lowest Rates, Quickest Time. For Tickets, Sleeping and Par lor Car Reservations, Tims of Trains and De tailed intormat n inquire agts. L.. rl. V. s T. Ry W. U. VISIIEO, Saa. Tim. m. 1st, Calaalua, 0. CATOfl'S TANST PILLS. iiwafs 'VeifabfeARellel For Women. imitations. GetCATON'8 and save regret At druggists, or sent sealed, tl. Our book Is 4 cents. ... ,: vaiok's arts. cu.,OEton,ias!i. BUCKEYE ROUTE - THE COLUMBUS -.1 Hocking valle AND TOLEDO R'Y. fl .Legal Notice. Mary nam bond. Plaintiff, vs. Rtllt. TTatnmiinii TUfanri,,nt la the Court of Common ileus of 3onry B t on nt y. Ohio. CT.T HAMMOND. WHOSE PLACE OF resilience in linL-nnvn IuIa itt tlnnrv County. Ohio, will take notice, that on the I'itn iluyol May. lsyr in the Court of Com mon lieas of Henrv Cniintv Ohio vhAro IhA action is now pending, being Case No. 4(147. uie unucrsigneo. Mury Hammond, filed her pennon aualnst the wild Hurt Hammond praying for m divorcA from Mm ,tn th grounds, of willful absence for m're than three years mid gross neglect of duty, and to change her name to Mary Bayes. The said Burt Hammond is required to answer said action not later than Six (6) weeks after May sotti. 197. the date of the llrst publication of this notice or such di vorce and relief may be irrnnfed. r nxth A Dokovas. Atty s for Plaintiff. May 17th. l-v;.-6w. Sheriffs Sals. John C. Wtiltlmire, County Treasurer. Ac, vs. William Martens and Frederick Dlemer, Henry County Court of Common Pleas. Case Ko. 2-.1K3. Alias Order of Sale, TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER ISSUED i- from the Court of Common Plena within nnd for the County of Henry and Htnte of Ohio, made at the Apiil term thereof A. V.. lbflu, and to me directed. I will oiler for s-ile at public suction nt the door of the Court House, in Napoleon, on Saturday,. June lCth, 1897, at 4 o'clock, p. m of said day, the following described real estate, to-vtit : , fts Twenty-four (94) and Twentv-flve (26) in It. K. Scott's addition to the Village of Na poleon. Henry County, Ohio. paid premises have been appraised at: Lot Twenty-four (-20 at Frtv Dollars (stoooi. Lot Twenty-live (2Mnt Fitly Dollars (l.'.O.Ofl) im l can not sell lor less than two-thirds of said appraisement. Terms of Sale: Cash. F. V. KEITEIt, Sheri ff of Henry County, Onio. Jas. P. rUoAN. Plt'ffs Atty. Road notice. V OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TnAT A i 7 petition will be presented to the Com missioners of Henry and Fulton Comities at rim r ncvlaoiainn tinTII. A It ,.,. .... . io 1 1 ii, J- , left, ir uy- ing for the. location of a County Road on the loiiowtng lino to: wit: Beginning at the point where thoRldgV road crosses the lino between Henrv and Hilton Counties, Ohio, between Sections Nine ('.)) and sixteen (in). Town a North, KnngoO hast; thence running East between ail,! tl.nllnnu X1!..n m 1 L:.., , ...... .i-v ,,. ,o ium ru.vieoil 1101 Hllll Sections Ten (Id) and Fifteen (151, same Town aim limine Hioiesaui. me entire route ne I'lg on the line between said Henry and Ful t in Counties, Ohio. w i n nr , ADOLF GLANZ, Napoleon, 0., May 3, '07. 4t NOTICE OF SALE, Stephen B. Sturges, Tho Mansfield, Cold witter and Lake Michl- Kim uiuuuu UIUIJUUJ-, ew Ul. Zln Circuit Court of Richland County, Ohio. I N PURSUANCE OF THE ORDER OF THE wn mo mn.n.-itfu j win sen at puoitc out-cry at the north door of the Court House, ,u iiruiWii, xtvuLy lAlllUl, U1UU, Oil Tuesday, May 25, 1807, at 10 o'clock a. m.. the following l ands and Lots, situated in said County of Henry, to wit: ' The East half of( Lot No. Fifteen (16), of It. Vi, t. . V.:,1,J''U."" "ixreen uiij of . ft., hoott's out-lots, in the villugootNa- Also Lot No. Twenty-one (21). in Section IS, rowoHiiips rtorrn, uange-6 Kast, containing three acres of land. Appraised at-Last half of No. 15, $25 00 No. 16 ISO oo Three acres 200 00 i eruiB oi ouie tjasn . - . , JAMES CAUR0THERS. . r.-ll oonrt, 1B!17,lfit JNotice of Appointment.. Estate of Eliza Smith, deceased. qHE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN AP L pointed as administrator with will an nexed of the estateof Eliza Smltli, late of Hen ry eounty. Ohio, deceased. Dated this 28th day of April, A. D iw, SOLOMON S. HMITH. Notice of Appointment. Estate of Elizabeth Hughes, deo'd. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN AP pointed and qua lilled as Administrator of the estato of Elizabeth Hughes, late of Henry County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 4th day of Mav. I807. AUGUST 0HLS80N. Notice of Appointment. Estate of Thos. Dronberger, dee'd. 'THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN AP " pointed and qualilled as administrator with will annexed of the estate of Thomas Dronberger, late of , Honry County, Ohio, decoased. Dated this 15th day of May. 1R97. JAMES P. RAGAN. Notice of Appointment. Estate of Lawrence Bohn, deceased. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN Ap pointed and qualified as Executrix of the estate ot Lawrence Bohn, late of Henry County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this lsth day of May. ifW7. AGNES BOHN. Notice to Contractors. SEALED PROP6SAL8 WILL BE BECEIV ed at the oflloe of the Clerk of tho Board of Education of lliclifleld township, Honry County, Ohio, until 12 o'clock noon, on the 19th day of June, A. D., 1897, for the painting of School houses In Districts Nos. 3, 8, 0, 7, 8, Joint 1, Grelton, in said township according co specuiciuions on 1110 in saia onieo. Jiacn bid must contain tho name of each person interested in the same, and he acenmnanied by a sufficient guaranty of some disinter ested person, that If tho bid is accepted a contract will be entered into and the per- 101 unmet- 01 11 properly securoa. The bid for tho materia for ench school house must bo stated separately and the price stated, and the prieo of labor must be seperately given. The Board reserves the right to reject any or an oMis. By order of the Board of Education. A. E. HUDSON, May loth, 1897. Clerk. NOTICE TO TEACHERS. TtTOTICE i hereby given that In aacord. slsN Htce wnii the provisions of theBebee Law the Henry ooonty Board of Examiners will hold examinations for teachers in the Dnion 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 - June 1st and last Saturday In August Examination will oommenoe ' at S o'clock a. m. Evidenoe of good moral characters wil be required of all candidates :that evidenoe to be a personal knowledge of the Eiamln era eonoerniDg, the applicant or oertifloat of good moral oharaoter from somerelia blesouroe. MRS. SUE WEI18TEAD, ) CHAS. E. REYNOLDS, Examiner, W. M. WARD, NAPOLEON, WABASH. , EAST BOUND TRAINS', Eastern Express. No. s, daily T:1S a mr Toledo Accom- No. 10, uaily.- -gun a to. Mall and Express. No, (. daily 1:35 pm Atl'ntio Ex. No. 4, daily Ex. Sund'y 9:17 p ra Loc'l Fr'gt No. 70, daily Ex. Sund'y 1 -.35 p in WEST BOUND TRAINS. 1 , Paciflo Ex, No. 5. daily Ex. Sund'y :l a m Ft. WayneAcomNo.ii,d'IyExSun 1" 94 a m Mail and Express No. 7, daily l-5 am Fast Mail No. 1 1 Does not stop at I daily I -..Napoleon . 9 p ru Western Express Na 3. daily :is p m Ft.W ayne Acoin.No. 9. Sund'yonly 8:34 p ni Loc'l Frg't. No. 71. daily Ex Sund'r ' B:5J a m ' 50ne faro for the round trip on Sunday trains, limited to same day returning. C..?RYa.NTAeeat 'BNi'j'i'li!".;:!!:, Lima Northern ill: R2 Time Card In Effect Jan (ith, 1S9T. NORTH COUND TRAINS. Nil. 9 1 Vrt A . V. n . lk- . n Ex.Suu Ex-SunDaily. 0 ExJSun r.lmn T v ll:3oani 5:inpm 8:20am 8:40 " 8:58 " 9 :20 " :'40 " 9:62 " 9:00am :mi ' 11:47 6;;5 6:iv 0:00 :)6 6:25 d 31 0:87 6:52 7:10 7:28 7:45 8:00 8:17 8:27 8:40 8:47 9:10 ColunibusGr1 12:02 pm 111:22 10:68 11:20 " U 32 " 1 I! til wit I2:au Leipsic 12:M rrentiss 12:44 12: r( 12:67 ItuIIup .... ... Hamler Malinlu Napoleon.... Fcedoin . Wuu.seon .... Ott,.L-na 10:(H) " 10:10 ' ll:4J 12:0)pm 12:37 1:14 1:80 1:52 2:10 2:2.-5 2:42 2:4.1 2:67 8:03 3:30 10:30 " 10:60 " 11:19 " 11:45 " UM " 1:30 3:00 "" 2:38 " 2:54 " 8:t 3:21 " 8:38 8:5(1 " 8:00 " Oak rdiade.. 12:10 Denson Biino lncU-anl 12:17 12:26pm Adrian 12:33 1:00 VIA WADASH. Detroit -.- Ar 5:46 "'ll:l5 "I SOUTH BOUND TRAINS. No. 1 No. lllNo. is Ex.Sun Dul Ex.HunEx.Kut Detroit Lv 8:36am 2:02pm 4:co " 4:23 4:30 " 4:43 " 4:68 " 6:10 " 6:25 " 5 :42 " 6:(K) " (1:17 " (1:37 " 6:43 " (i:49 " 7:o i " 7:14 " 7:32 " 7:4(i " 8:00 " VIA WABASH Adrian Packard.... Hinio 25 r.2 68 HO i;i 30 45 9:ioam ro:can 9:43 " 10:51 " 6:60 " 11:04 " i 7:00 " 11:19 " 7:08 " 11:30 " 7:20 " 11: 66" 7:41 " 12:30pnj 7:58 " 12:60 8:26 " 1:80 " 8:47 " 2:00 9:07 " 3:40 ' 9:15 " 2:51 " 9:23 " 8:05 " B:40 " 8:32 " 10:00 " 4:01 10:22 " 4:43 - 10:40 " 5:26 " 11:00 " B:0 IJenson Oak hliado.. Ottokee Wauseon 02pm Napoloon...... I2U ::)7 :57 :03 1 :0!l :19 ' :34 ' :64 ' :OH ' :25 ' .Minima Hani ler ttuiiup...... I'renriss. .. Leipsic I ltf,,u-n. ColunibusGr ( niro.... Lima Ar No. 1 in connection wi(h the Ohio Southern,, runs through without change of cars to Jack son, Ohio, making direct connection for Ada. Pittsburg, , It V ayne. Columbus. Dayton--Cincinnati, Ironton. Portsmouth, Chlllicothe, Piirkiysbijrg.asliIngton.D. C, Baltimore. Philadelphia. New Vork, Old Pt. Comtort. and all Lnstorn points. No. 2 runs througli without change of cars from all Ohio Southern stations and makes direct connection at Napoleon for Toledo, im-lvingat 2:85 p. m. ; with Wabash at Adrian for Detroit and all points in Michigan via Hamler for Chicago aud the West, No. 8 makes direct connection with Wab ash trnin leaving Detroit at 2:05 p.m., and i the last train into Lima from the North via any line. Nov, !?'? through train from Wellston over the Ohio Southern and is tho last train to Toledo, Detroit and Michigan points, ar riving at Toledo 10 :00 p. m. For- information relative to rates, routes, etc., call on agents or write F.E.FISHEIi, Gen. Pass. Agr.. E. W. HiMCB, A. G. P. A., Springfield, 0. , Lima, Ohio. F. Lannmi, T. A., Napoleon. Ohio. Baltimore & Ohio H. R TIMETABLE, iSTIN EFFECT KCV. 22nd, 11396.-, East-Hound. STATIONS. 4&104I 8' OENTItAL TIME. LV ClliCOKO.... " Defiance " Monroevillo. " Sandusky Fit AM T5 41 8 81 AM 10 18 PM 880 t4 0 ,tS8 8 80- 7 48 8 23- 8 80- 11 AM 118 7 SO 11 88 Pal 1 00 408 8 80- 8 00 " Mansfield.. 10 05 " lit. Vernon Ar Newark Lv Newark.... 11 23 I'M tiaio i 12 30 PM 1 12 PM 5,80 8 25 AM 6 35 7 55 tlO 40 PM ia 60 " Zanesville RASTKRN TIME. Ar Wheeling, ... " Pittsburgh... ' Washington. "Baltimore .. " Philadelphia " New York.. West-Bound, STATIONS. 14 16 6 PM AM PM 7 00 t 6 05 8 80 AM PM 12 86 1 23 9 05 ...... 4 05 ...... tS35 8 33 8 45 ......... 1 40 ........ AM t6 35 t 80 .... 10 55 AM ..... 8 00 PM 4 50 8 05 ...... ...... 8 15 ...... 10 40 7 8 3 W IS1 PM AM M AM AM 8 80 8 81 7 40 til 00 1 08 PM 8 00 9 00 ' 8 40 7 40 CENTRAL TIME. Lv. Dellance-.. Ar. Chicago PULLMAN SERVICE. Chicago and Cleveland, Trains Nos. 14 and 6hlcago and Pittsburg, Trains Nos. 8,8. U and 15. Chicago and Columbus, Trains Nos. tt,18; Chlcugo and Wheeling, Trains Nos. 7, 8, 48 and 47. Chicago and Baltimore, Trains Nos, 5, 6, T and 8. Chicago and Philadelphia, Trains Ns. 9 and s. Chicago and New York, Trains Nos, 7 and 8. Columbus and Baltimore.Truins Nos. 7 and 8. Pittsburg and Cincinnati, Trains Nos. 103, 104, 106 and loo. F Stops to let oft passengers from points east of Chicago Junction or to take on passen gers for Chicago. "Trains run Daily. tStop on Signal. ,8 Will wait 10 min. for Connec tion, li Will wait 5 minutes for connec tion if passengers are reported. 1 Stop for Moals. t Dally except Sunday. D Stop on Sundays only. Grand Calu met Heights will be a flag stop for trains Nos. U. 12, 16indl7. Wednesdays and Satur days for train No. 0. Sundays for train No. 7. J. VAN. SMITH. L.S.ALLEN, Gen'ISupt. Gen. Pass. Agt. Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat- j ent business conducted lor Mooerate Ftr. i Oun Office is Opposite U. S. Patent Ornc.fi and we can secure patent in less time Uu.3 those? remote from Washington, 2 Scad model, drawing or photo,, with descrip. J tloa. We advise, if patentable or not, free of i charce. Our fee not cue 1(11 nitltnt i srrid X S A "ahphlet, 'Howto6hi:iin Katents.'1 with Icon of same in the Li. S. a&d foreign counuicsj i stut tree. Address, I Dont Tobacco Spit and Smoke lonr IJfe Awsj. 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