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THE DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, THURSDAY AUGUST 4.1681.
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LOCAL NEWS, &c.
Wanted, t this office, good utout boy
with common education, to learn the
printing business, tf
Every husband should call at thin office
and order his wife or daughter a package
of our stylish viniting cards.
We have just received a tine lot of sta
tionery at the Northwest office, consist'
Ing of calling cards, wedding stock, Invi
tations, etc., all ia the latest style. Call in
and see us.
The Steamer Waito runs through from
Toledo to Put-in-Bay from the 5th to the
17th Inst. Faro for round trip f 1,75, tho
same as by railroad. All dust is avoided
by taking the boat and you land directly
at the camp grounds.
Hand Taken Off. While Orin Ellen-
wood was at work in the Randall & yen-
get saw mill nt G roll ton Saturday after
noon he had tho misfortune of having his
right hand taken olf by a buzz-saw. Mr,
Ellonwood is a married man and has the
sympathy of the community.
A celebrated preacher makes the reconi'
inendatioii of Ayer's Pills a matter of re-
ligious duty. When people are bilious
and dyspeptic, what they need is tho
Qospel ot Hex lth. In such cases, the best
creed to swallow consists of the thirty
sugar-coated articles in a pill box.
Supt. Williamson, Mr. Dickerman and
Lieut. Dickson, of West Point, N. Y., vis
ited Wbitehousc, O., last Thursday to ex
amine the cornil'crous limestone of that
locality. They collected a number of los-
sils peculiar to that group, and among
others a very rare species of Trilobite.
Dr. A. J. Manville, of Bowling Green,
is Wood county's candidate for State Sena
tor on tho Democratic ticket. Dr. Man
ville is an excellent man, and when ho
ran for Auditor upon the Democratic ticket
in benighted Wood ho scored 700 ahead of
his ticket. The Democrats will not lack
good timber at their coming Senatorial
Hancock, who is again located at the
Boat Store, wishes to see all his old cus
tomers, and as.niany new ones as choose
to call, at his old quarters, where he in
tends keeping a general stock of groceries
and provisions, and everything usually
found in a grocery store. Bottled ale and
porter for family use always on hand, tl
Eight deaths of children have occurred
in Baltimore, Md., within the past few
days, caused by what appeared to beitrifl
ing burns from discharging toy pistols, or
rather, exploding paper caps. In each
case the child burned died of leek-jaw after
suffering terrible agony. Children and
parents in this vicinity will please take
Jas. M.. Myers, on the South side, has
taken tho agency for the celobratod Gross
cup Pump, which is one of the best pumps
in the market. These pumps are war
ranted for 0 years, and hundreds of them
are in operation in Henry county. They
are manufactured in Nnpoleon, and are
exclusively a homo pump. Cull on Mr.
Myers and secure one. 2rn
We present ou page two the opening
chapters of an interesting serial entitled
"Hugh Kenrick's Will; or the Story of a
Posy Ring." We think our patrons will
be delighted with this novel. Its fresh
ness and purity commends it to the family
circle, and neither young nor old can fail
to be interested in this, the most charm
ing story of tho day.
Bernstein, the "One Price Clothier," has
returned from Now York, where he spent
nearly two weeks in carefully selecting an
immense stock of fall and winter Cloth
ing. Tiio goous are now dai.lv arriving
and a good many of them are still in pro
cess of manufacturing, especially for his
trade, and will all bo hero in a short time,
This will be decidedly the largest and fin-
est lot of clothing on exhibition in Napo
leon, in quality and make equal to the best
and at prices that will astonish everybody
Mr. B. will guarantee a saving of from 20
to 25 per cent, on overy article bought at
the New York One Price Clothing House.
Don't spend a cent for a suit or an over
coat till you have seen Bernstein. 2t
DisTHEssixo OeouKRKNCK. Our neigh
boring little town of Liberty Center was
thesceneofa distressing and snd occur
rence last Saturday, by which a devoted
wife and loving mother was suddenly
called from this world. Tho particulars
of the sad ailair, so far as wo have them,
are as follows: Mrs. Robert Shaw, of
Ft. Wane, wife of Fireman Shaw, of the
Wabash Railway, was at Liberty Center
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Beilharz. Whllo there, being troubled
with neuralgia, she repaired to the acn
tistry rooms of Dr. Sanders for the par
pose of having several tooth extracted. To
relieve Mrs. Shaw of the pain necessary
an the operation, Dr. E. T. Martin was
called in to administer chloroform. Tho
anaesthetic was administered, and while
Mrs. Shaw was undor its influence the
teeth were extracted, but what was the
horror of those present to find, upon the
completion of the dontist's work, that the
patient was dead! All was done possible
to bring Mrs. Shaw to life, but to no avail.
The untimely fate of Mrs. Shaw has cast a
gloom over the community of Liberty,
and the bereaved family and parents have
the heartfelt sympathy of all. The funer
al took place on Monday, Mrs. Shaw
leaves a husband and three children.
Mr. Fhllo Suydam is at Lakeside.
Miss Lizzie Bigger ia visiting at Ada,
Mrs. D. Wilson and family r. t Lake
Mrs. Mary Armstrong Sundayed in De-i
Mrs. Jacob Overmyer is visiting in
Mrs. Hadley, of Norwalk, Ohio, is visit
ing in this city.
Ex-Treasurer McLain is busy buying
grain at McClure. i
Ttij n-lf. W T llalln, la . I.L.
side for the summer.
Miss Eltna Richards has been visiting in
Tiffin for a week past.
Quill. Augenstein, of this place, visited
Defiance last Sunday.
Mrs. J. M. Singmaster, of Ft. Wayne,
Ind., is visiting in Napoleon.
Miss Ella Heller visited for several days
in Toledo during the past week.
Mrs. Parksrand her little grand daugh
ter, Eugene Reynolds, are at Lakeside.
Geo. Kahlo, of Logansport, Ind., has
been visiting with Harry Tyler during the
Misses Ella Wolsifer and Ella Hamer
sinith, of Defiance, were the guests of Miss
Katie Finnucan Sunday.
Geo. Brackenridge and wife,' of Ft.
Wayne, spent several days in Napoleon
last week visiting the family of L. L. Or
wig. Findlay Jefft Miss Jennie Shoemaker,
of Napoleon, is visiting Miss Estclla
Misses Lena and Lettie Stout, of Fre
mont, Ohio, are the guests of Mrs. S. J,
Rowan, of this place.
Maurice Tchan, an estimable young
gentleman of Springfield, O., is visiting
friends in this city.
Miss Augusta Spangler, ot this place,
left last Thursday for Danville, 111., to
spend several months with friends.
Wm. Parker, a former employe of this
office, left on Monday for Chico, California,
where he intends working at his trade.
The wife and daughter of Treasurer Gid
ley left Monday on an extended visit In
Pennsylvania, Virginia and Southern
J. H. Tyler, wife and son George leave
Friday on a visit in tho State of Massa
chusetts. They will be absent for some
S. M. Heller, H. C. Groschnor, D. Hart
nett and W. II. Hubbard attended the
Democratic conference at Toledo last
Thursday from this place.
Deshler Flat;: Miss Lantz, of Napoleon,
was a guest of Miss Dull, of this place,
several days this week. S. M. Hague,
Esq., of Napoleon, was in town during
Saturday attending to legal business. Mr.
H. is getting a considerable portion of the
legrl patronage of this section.
Go to Norden's for summer goods at
greatly reduced prices. 4
Groschner & Reddersen are selling the
New Imperial Bucher & Gibles Steel Plow
with Jointer. This Plow is having a
large run and will be left to go out on
trial against any Plow in the market. 5t
Accident. On "Tuesday the- team of
Julius VanHyning ran away while in the
field attached to a mower. Mr. Van
Hyning was thrown on the knives and
cut badly, but how serious we have not
Thanks. Thos. Howard, Bradford, Pa.,
writes: "I enclose money for Spring
Blossom, as I said I would if it cured me;
my dyspepsia has vanished with all its
symptoms. Many thanks; I shall never
be without it in the house." Price 50
cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
The Hotel Daum has now been opened
but a few days, but on Monday its hospit
able doors closed upon nine inmates, who
enjoyed themselves taking in the birdseye
view of the raging canal and devouring
the luxuries set before them by the host
A disgraceful and inhuman scene was
witnessed upon the streets of Napoleon
on Yesterday, that of a drunken father
'carrying around his little seven-year old
son, who was also drunk, mado so by
strong drink given him by his inhuman
father. A parent, or other person, who is
guilty of such treatment toward a child is
a fit subject for the whipping post.
Reckless Shooting. On Sabbath alter
noon, whilo tho Catholic Church was filled
with children, threo or four shots were
fired from a revolver at the building, the
balls being imbedded in the timbers. We
understand it is reported the shots were
fired from tho direction of the old foundry
in that neighborhood, but who the reckless
parties were have not been learned. It
was a narrow escape for the children and
those in the church.
Letters remaining uncalled for in the
Napoleon, O., Post Office lor the week end
ing July 23d, 1881 :
Mrs. B. Bundy, H. W. Bicktord,
Mauriee Carle, John W. Doe,
jjewis A. Graff, George Hudson,
Geo. E. Jerrett, James Kelley,
Jas. T. Myers, Mrs. Rice,
Mrs. Lucy Heed, Miss Mary Tcuiner.
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say they were advertised and give
date. JAMES S. FOUKE.
Danger Ahead. All parents who love
the lives and health of their children, will
at once take steps to secure a supply of the
necessary remedies with which to relieve
them when ill and indistresB.' The season
upon which we have , just entered, be
tokens one ot the most dangerous to the
health and lives of children under 10 years
of age which we have had for 52 years.
Saur, who is ever ready and always ap
preciates the wants of the people, has se
cured a largo stock of these medicines and
is now ready to distribute them as fast as
called for. The prices are low and the
goods are warranted in every case so that
all can buy them who wish, and thus save
their children from that which would
otherwise be an untimely grave.
Corn ia coming on nicely.
Pears are In toe market.
Watermelons are in market.
Straw goods cheap at Norden's. 4
Wheat is coming in at a lively rate.
Katydids have made their appearance.
Spring chickens are scarce in this mar
ket. The apple crop will not be large this
The Infirmary Directors were In session
Bro. Fouke is building an addition to
The County Commissioners were in ses
Gypsies have encamped in this locality
during the past week.
Go and see the novelties In ready-made
clothing at Norden's. 4
There's no doubt about it, Napoleon is
a big town for its size.
The Auditor takes up considerable of
our space this week with ditch stories.
Ladies wishing calling cards should call
this office and examine our styles. tt
Tho business outlook for this fall is good.
A word to the wise merchant is sufficient.
Henry county has one of the finest Jails
in this part of the State. Defiance Express.
For a general line of lresh groceries call
on Jas. M. Myers on the South side. He
sells cheap. 2m
No lady should be without a packageof
visiting cards. The Northwest has some
Mr. Jones has moved his novelty store
from the Miller House block to Curtis'
JudgoHaly issued seventeen marriage
licenses during the month of July. Pretty
good for so warm a month.
Lightning has killed more persons this
year already than it was ever known to
have killed before in three years.
D. J. Humphrey, has let the contract for
Ins new brick block to Wauseon parties.
work will bo commenced at once.
If you want a necklace for your girl,
call on C. M. Fisk, where you will find the
finest stock ever brought to the city, tf
Why don't the doctors and lawyers of
jsapoieon get up a match game of base
ball? They would attract a large crowd.
On the 8th, the occasion of Barnum's
Show at Toledo, the Wabash will sell
round trip tickets from Napoleon at $ 1.45.
Hunters say the crop ot young quail,
next season, will be immense. The dry
weather has been favorable for hatching.
The ladies ot the Presbyterian Church
will hold their afternoon mite at the house
of Mrs. David Shoemaker on next Wednes
day. Men doing jany Kind of business should
have their letter heads, bill heads and en
velopes printed. It serves as'aii advertise
ment of your business.
Farmers, don't fail to see the new im
proved Hoosier Drill before you buy. She
is the buss drill. Sold as eheap as any
other first-class drill. 3t
We understand that Seth Curtis will
close out his stock at auction, preparatory
to building a brick block next spring, on
the site of his present business location.
J. J. Cothran has sold his hotel at Wapa
koneta to his son, J. H. Cothran, and Joe
Calkins, formerly of this place. We hope
these young gentlemen may meet with
Jas. Shay has now had control ot the fire
engine for three years, and has madequite
a successful engineer. He takes much
delight in showing and talking of his
Four ounces of saltpetre dissolved in a
pail of water and sprinkled on the cucum
ber vines is said to be an excellent prepara
tion for destroying tho little black insects
that infest them at this season.
Farmers wanting a riding Sulky Plow
should call and see the new Improved
Casaday. This Plow is warranted to be the
best Plow in the market. Come and see
for yourself. Groschner & Reddersen are
Beeswax and salt will make your rusty
flat-irons as clean and smooth as glass.
Tie a lump of wax in a rag, and keep it for
that purpose. When the irons are hot,
rub them first with the wax rag; then
scour with a paper or cloth sprinkled with
The symptoms ot worms are well known
but they frequently occur when there are
no worms present. The bowls are torpid,
engorged, or constipated. Of course a
vermifuge fails to give relief. Denig's
Worm Syrup is just the thing needed, and
.fill cure. 2t
The Sherman building, on Washington
street, will be occupied about the 1st of
September by Sherman & Harms, with a
general stock of hardware. These gentle
men are both good business men, and no
doubt will have a line stock of goods, as
they have a fine room, one of the best up
on the street.
Young man, never lose your presence of
mind when you are in a trying situation.
When you take the girl you love to a pic
nic and you wander away together to com
mune with nature, and she suddenly ex
claims: "O George, there is an ant down
my back!" don't stand still with your
mouth open; don't faint; don't go for the
girl's mother go for the ant.
The corner stone of the new Evangelical
Reformed Church, in Sherwood, will be
laid on the 14th of August, at 10 o'clock
a. m. In the afternoon a missionary meet
ing will be held. Services will be con
ducted by prominent ministers in German
and English. Friends are invited to at
tend. An excursion train will probably
be run from Holgate to Sherwood.
Mr. Petteraon Fauver is now lo Lorain
county, having been called to the bedside
of a brother lying at the point of death.
f artnera in this section are rapidly shor
ing their wheat into market as fast as
threshed. From the amount of straw
raised the yield is excellent.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fauver are now vis
iting friends in Lorain county, taking in
Oberlin, Elyrla and other points.
Ridgeville still continues to be the great
egg depot of the northwest. Since Janu
ary 1st there have been shipped from this
point forty-one thousand dozen eggs and
eighteen thousand pounds of butter by
our two mercantile firms, the amount
shipped by each being nearly the same.
The Bryan pike is being kept hot by tiie
almost constant procession of teams draw
ing wheat to market; and "still there's
more to follow."
We understand that Messrs. T. C. Fer
guson and II. L. Chapman contemplate
putting up a repair shop at the corners in
connection with Frank Alwood's black
smith shop. Such an institution will un
doubtedly be of good service to the com
munity as our farmers can then get their
0o-hicles mended as well as all other wood
work, and Frank can do the blacksmith
ing in a No. 1 style.
Monday, Aug. 1, 1881.
At Norden's is the cheapest place to buy
boots and shoes. 4
Transfers of Real Estate. The fol
lowing is a list oi the real estate transfers
recorded since our last issuo ;
N. Dum to O Luce, bind in Colton S 315
H libera to H R Andrew, outlot 5 in Florid .... 80
G W Hollopetcr to M h Titus, 40 acres in Da
mascus tp I - 1,100
J M Smith to J L Smith, 40 acres in Liberty tp. 1 800
L B Williams to J Poorman, part of out lot t in
Lowe's odd to Napoleon 50
S O Wright to O Parrish, land iu Liberty 700
J McClure to D Smith, lot il iu McClure 125
M PratttoR K Scott, lot 30 in Sheffield's add
to Napoleon 1 300
H Keyes to R K Scott.lota 32 and 77 in Desh
11 M Wisler to It K Scott, 160 acres in Bartlow
J McClure to H McClure, lot 8 in McClure . ..
J Faurerto ED Ury,7 acres In Ridgeville
DFoitztoJClark.lotT iu Folfas' add to Mc
Clure C C Young to ET Martin, lots 20 and 21 in Bu
chanan's add to Liberty
D Oounselmnn to J Knyler, part of lot 4 iu
FolU add to McClure
A Warner kiML Titus, 20 acres in Damascus
E C Clay to D F Hanua, lots 1 and 2 in Greltton
J DeLoug to A Reed, 8 acres iu Dumascus tp....
J Berthond to O Ilcnricks, 80 acres iu Monroe
N Stout to D E Childs, lot 43 iu Steam's add to
J T Dodson to D J Frazier, 40 acres in ltich
J MeClure to W L' Taylor, lot 6 in McClure
Ella Cowdrick to E A & O M Palmer, 100 acres
in Harrison tp
J Weaver to O Larcum V4 of lot 34 iu Deshler. .
D Frankfather to G & P Swin, go acres in Mon
roe tp ,
II H Gilson to C F Snyder, lots 75 and 76 in
P F Turner to II M Wisler, 160 acres in Bart
72 oi l
Ladies, go to Norden's for novelties in
neck wear. 4
Regular Meeting, Aug. 1, 1881. Mem
bers present: Aller, Honeck, Reiser,
On motion, W. J. Overhulls was ap
pointed Mayor pro. tern.
Minutes of previous meeting read and
The following bills were examined by
Finance Committee, and the following
W. A. Tressler, Marshal fees - $10 00
W. A. Tressler, shipping tramps - 1 90
C. Rostetter, night watch - - 34 75
W. A. Tressler, calaboos expense - 1 00
M. Boyer, repairing lamps - - 75
D. Hess, Street Commissioner - 72 02
Jas. Shay, Engineer - - 45 00
The Marshal presented the following re
port: June 13, 1881, sold hog to J. M. Shoe
maker - -" - - 6 00
Expense keeping - - - - 1 G5
Balance duo corporation - - 4 95
Amount ordered paid into the corpora
The Street Commissioner presented his
4th partial account, which was received
and placed on file.
Permission was granted S. Brown and
others to dig cellar drain.
An ordinance entitled an ordinance to
construct sidewalk at lot No. 35, Main St.,
was read its first, second and third times
and passed. Adjourned.
A nobby band or set ring can be found at
Fisk's. . tf
Will of James Morehead. The fol
lowing is the substance of tho will of the
late James Morehead. The executors are
Thomas Elliott and Benjamin L. Abell.
The lands are bequeathed as follows:
To John Anhesly and wife, section 12 in
Defiance township with 30 acres contigu
ous and quarter section in Highland, in
all 822 acres.
To Thomas Carr and wife, the tracts ly
ing between Schooley's lock and the
Auglaize river in Defiance township, in
all 428 acres.
To Mrs. Annesly, four thousand dollars.
To Mrs. Carr, four thousand dollars.
To Thomas II. Elliott, four thousand
To Nathan Morehead quarter section of
land in Van Wert county. The forego
ing legatees are all residents of Coshocton
To Emeline Hughes, one thousand dol
lars. To Maria Morehead the interest of $10,
000 duaing life and at her death the said
$10,000 to go to the children of Amanda
late wife of Benjamin Taylor.
The residue (probably $40,000) in lands
and monies go to Thomas H. Elliot, Mrs.
Carr and Mrs. Annesly.
The entire estate is valued at about
$120,000. Defiance Devi.
To Lease. Eighty acres of wild land,
adjoining the corporation of Deshler, and
near the B. & O., D. M., and Deshler &
McComb Railroads. Apply at this office,
190 and 102 Summit St., cor Adams St.
Largest Stock of FURNITURE In" the State, 4
We are manufacturers and offer the best goods at lowest prices. Do not buy
until you have seen our immense stock and get our prices. '
190 and 192 Summit street, ror. Adams, Toledo.
An Object of Interest to all Citi
zens or Henry Co. You all want to save
all the money you can, to do ho buy your
paints, wall paper, drugs, Ac, nt Knecl
and'a drug store; quality guaranteed, tf
is the predictions for August made by
1, Probably warm and oppressive. 2,3,4.5
Generally pleasant weather, with fairly
warm days and cool to cold days and
Fall-like eveiiinjrs) and uighta. (, Fair
and pleasant. 7, Sund ay heat and storms.
8, 0, Sulery weather, with heavy showers
cooler evenings and nights. 10, Ditto.
11, 12, 13, Heat again in the United States,
with cloudy and sultry weathor, with
storms in Canada. 14, Sunday cooler
change. 15, Cooler to cold, and cloudy
and pleasant. 10. Storms through portions
of Virginia. 17, 18, Hail storms and frosts
probably in some sections. 1!, Heat
and storms. 20, Ditto. 21, Sunday sul
try and showerv. 22, Sultry and windy.
23, Heat and wind. 24, Ditto. 2 , 2fi. Heavy
storms on tho lakes, St. Lawrence and
arouudNew York. 27,28.29 Cooler weather,
with Sunday rains and frosts in North
ern sections. 30, 31, Fair and pleasant,
with cool evenings and nights, with
indications of returning heat.
The Kalamazoo spring tooth Harrow
sold by Scribner A Vlrich will do more
pulverizing and mellowing ground once
going over than any other ordinary har
row will do threo times harrowing' over.
Just try one and be convinced. 3t
Marriage Licenses fur June,
The following is a list of marriage licen
sesissued by Judge Haly duiingthe month
of J uly :
D. Hoffman and Lylia Croniuger.
Jas. Hicks and Anna Bensing.
Jas. Adams and Susan Booker.
I. T. Morehead and Harriett Green.
C. Stephens and Maggie Cunningham.
A.J. Kinsman and Ella A Flemming.
Geo. W. Parry and Flora E. Halter.
F. Meine and Mary Bohling.
F. Whetmore and Lizzie Kice.
A. C. Nulton and Ella French.
John Smith and Lena Wiles. .
A. M. Glick and Anna E Dauber.
G. M. Daniels Jennie L. Borden.
Perry Snell and Mary Frizzelle.
D. Knepley and Elizabeth Gorman.
J. Armstrong and Mary E. Lowry.
Henry Kniss and Archie Burns.
The Heated Term has caused much
suffering and cost many lives throughout
the country; with the coming of cooler
weather we shall noed to rennovate and
purify our homes before the winter sets in,
by the application of paints, wall paper,
alabastine and other rennovating agents.
That everyone may.dii so for a small snm
of tnonov. Kneeland the druiririst. will
make great reduction in prices for tho next
00 tlays. tt
Removed. G. W. Gardner A Son have
removed theirPhotagraph Gallery Jo the
magnificent new rooms just fitted up es
Dociallv for them over H. E. Carv's store
They invite a call from everybody at their
new quarters, where they are prepared to
do all manner of photograph work in tho
highest style of the art. 3t
HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE
Is tho BEST SALVE for Cuts, ' Braises, Bores,
Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Totter. Chapped Hands, Chil
blains, Coma aurt all kinds of skin Eruptions, Freck
les. CM HKNBY'ri CARBOLIC SALVE, asallothers
are counterfeits. Trice 5ceuts.
Dr. CreetVs Oxygenated Bitters
is tho best remedy for uyspepsia, lUlliousuess,
Malaria, Indigestion, and diseases of the Blood, Kid
neys, Liver, Skin, etc.
ilUKNO'S CATARUH SSt'FF cures nil affections
of the raucous membrane, of the head and thront.
DK. MOTT'S LIVER PILLS are the best Cathartic
Just received, a new invoice of line jew
elry at C. M. FiskTs Jewelry Store. tf
The new improved Hoosier Drill is sell
ing very rapidly again this season. It is
the most perfect force feed drill in the
market. Every drill warranted to do a
No. 1 work or no sale.
3t -ScitiiiXEn & Ulricii.
Oh, What a Cough !
Will you heed the warning. The signal perhaps
of the sure approach of thiit more terrible disease
Consumption. Ask yourselves if yon can afford for
the sake of saving oOcts., to run the risk and do
nothing for it. We know from experience that
Shilou's Cure will cure yonr Cough. It never fails.
This explains, why more, than a Million Bottles
were sold tho past year. It relieves Croup and
Whooping Cough, iit once. Mothers do not be
without it. For Lame Back, Side, or Chest, use
Shiloh's Porous riostcr. sold by J. C. Saur.
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint.
Is it not worth tho small price of 75 cents to free
yourself of every symptom of these distressing com
plaints, if you think so call at our store and get a
bottle of Shiloh's Vitnlizer, every bottle has a print
ed guarantee on it, use accordingly and if it docs
yon no good it will cost you nothing. Sold by J. C.
We have a speedy nnd positive euro for Catarrh,
Piphthoria, Canker mouth and Headache, in Shi
loh's Catarrh Iteinedy. A nasal injector free with
oach bottle. Tjse it if you desire health and sweet
breath . Price 60 cts. Sold by J . C. Saur.
Farmers, get the J. I. Case sulky field
plow if yon want the boss plow. Scribner
& Ulrich offer to let them go out on trial.
Every one fully warranted in every par
Call and hear the chimes of the clock
bells at Fisk's Jewelrv Store, opposite
Bitzer Block. " tf
A Card. I will not be undersold on
goods of like quality
C. A. Kneeland.
Win. McCartney, 88 Lloyd St., Buffalo,
N. Y., fell and sprained his ankle. His
employer, H. Anderson, 04 Main street,
procured some Thomas's Ecleetric Oil, and
he says that a few applications enabled
him to go to work as usual.- For sale by
saur- , ; ..
Farmers, if you want the most perfect
force feed drill, get the new improved
Hoosier. It is the drill that goes into the
field on its own merits. Try one and be
convinced. ' "". . .' St
Go to Norden's tor lawns, 10to20yard
For the best 50 cent. Hue cut, go to Brad
Peovle Will Talk And they do say
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Henry Eayle. Honors Uayle, William Hayle, Caroline
llayle and Joecpu G. Henderson.
Order of Sale -Henry County Court of Common 1'leas.
By virtue of an order of pale issued from the above
named Court and to me directed as SherllT of Henry
county, 1 will oiler at Public Kale at the door of the
Court House, in Napoleon, Ohio, on
Saturday, August 27, 1S81,
at the hour of 2o'clock, P. M., of said day, thefollow-''
iujr described real estate, situated in Henry county,
Ohio, to-wit :
' The west half of the southwest quarter of section
24, town 3 north, range T east, in Henry county, Ohio
Appraised at $2,500.
Terms of Sale Cash.
GEO. DAUM, Sheriff.
J. H. Tyler, Atty for Plaiutiff.
Napoleon, O,, July 2(i, 1SS1. $6 DO
Thirty .Sfth year. Begins Thursday, Sept. 1. Classi
cal and Scleutino Courses with Preparatory and
Teashers Department. Open to both Sexes. $30 pans
tuition, and all incrdentnls one year. All expenses
kept low for poor but worthy students. Good fncilUim
for study of music, drawing and paiutiug. Standard
of study ranks with beet in the State. Complete and
thorough instructions Xo saloons. Moral and re
ligious mlluciiecs good. Location healthful and
beautiful. Students receivedtat any time. Write for
information to Rev. H. A. Thompson. 1). D., President,
Commences its 51st ye.tr with larirely increased en
dowment. In the College Itepurtraeut throe courccB
are open, allowing students to .omit one or both the
ancient languages, substituting modern languages and
history and science. The IVeparatory Department is
conducted by experienced teachers. Thorough train
ing and discipline. The situation ii beautiful and
well adapted to purposes of study. Expenses, $ 150
per year. The full term opens Sept. 8, 1881,, For
further particular or catalogue, address,
A. OWEN, D. I',. Prost.. Granville, O.
Ada, Hardin County, O.
The largest and most flourishing school in the
Stute.1 g27 will pay bonrd, room rent tmd tuition for
10 week:. $106 will for the name for 47 weeks. The
most thoroughly organized school iu the State. Nine
teen teachers, all nrst-etas-. Students cau enter at
any time and be acconnnuduf.'d. Send for catalogue.
II. S. LEHR, Priu.
Ohio State University.
Full course of studv in Language and Arts. Special
advantages in applied Hciruce. Civil, Mining and
Mechanical Engineering in separate departments
with full equipments. Agrieultureiucludiugdiseaees
of animals, and Horticulture made specialties. Each
professor an authority in the subject taught. Tui
tion Free. The best advantages and the lowest ex
penses. For circulars, address,
l'rof. el auu ukiun, toiumuus, umo.
Granville Female College
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
55th year opens Sept. 15, 1881. Offers unsurpassed
advantages; nicely furnished rooms, heated by Steam.
Teachers of acknowledged ability. The Conservatory,
with Miss Kosa L. Kerr, pupil of the Abbi Lisz, and
Mr. E. P. Apple, assisting, will offer beat advantages.
Expenses much less than other colleges of like grade.
Young ladles surrounded by best influences nnd
guarded by parental cure. For Catalogue address.
jiy'H-im w . r. nmm, wanvuie, uiuo.
LAND for SALE
THE undersigned has the following lands which lie
will sell at private sole: 80 acreB adjoining
Herrtown, Monroe tp., good frame house on it, well
of water, &c.
40 acres, 1 mile southeast of Herrtown, well Um
100 acros, half mile east of Horrtown, well timber
ed, roads ou two sides, of it.
For purtlcutars call on address,
jly28-4m Klery, Henry Co., 0.
GRIST MILLFOR SALE!
THE undersigned offers at public sale a good canal
water power Grist Mill 8 run Burrs, 2 Turbine
Water Wheels, and all necessary machinery to make
first class flour, and located at one of the best point,
and bst wheat growing districts of Henry county.
uau on or address,
F. M JIVMMEIX, Agent,
GARY has the Largest Sto
ck of CROCKER
Y and GLASSW
AEE ever brou
ght to Town.