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THE DEMOCRATIC KOltTHWEST, THURSDAY. AUGUST 18. 18S1.
Toll Tiamni, Prop'r, (forafdj Clrk of tht
. Thompson Houso.)
TnU hoax will b krn opmi ml) Blent for the odb-
wlna of lb Irftrrliug public tiuod stable eua-
LOCAL NEWS, &c.
Miss Ella Holler is visiting in Defiance.
Auditor Knnos left for Cleveland yester
day. Miss Laura Harrison spout Sunday in
Miss Clara Iloskinson is home from Val
Miss Lou Fousto is visiting in Grand
W. G. Coover and family returned from
Miss Jessie Sheldon of Bryan is visiting
Iriends in Napoleon.
Mrs. II. II. French is visiting hor mother
in Crawlordsville, Ind.
Mrs. II. L. Ennes spent several days at
Lakeside during the past week. '
Mrs. Reed and daughter, of Bowling
Green, aro visiting friends in this city.
Lymo Hilton, of Defiance, attended the
dance at Bit.er's Hall Tuesday evening.
Misses Dolly Kicliards and Emma Ilig
ginB have returned from their visit in To
ledo. John Heckler has been visiting in the
east and nt ,nkc Side for the past two
Miss Ameiiu Sherman, of Plymouth, 0.,
is visiting with the family of Mr. John
Rev. Abby will occupy the pulpit of the
3d Congregational Church In Toledo next
Geo. Fleck is setting up the cigars, boys
The nrrival ot a now baby girl has made
Miss Minnie McBane left for Columbus
yesterday, whero she will visit tho family
01 nev. speng.
Miss Nellie Osborn of Defianco spent sev
eral days in Napoleon among her acquaint
ances last week.
Mrs. Williamson and her friend Miss
Sheer, left lust evening for Toledo and
II. E. Cary and wife, and G. II. Reedor
and wife are enjoying themselves at
Mrs. Carrie T. Wuterson, of Cleveland,
is here visiting with the family of her
brother, Col. J. D. Norton.
Miss Lillie LaBarre, of Toledo, and Miss
Myrtle Watertnan.of Defiance, two charm
ing and accomplished young lauies,are vis
iting with Miss Lillie Heller.
John Heckler, who has been clerking
fo.. W. P. Stockman tor several years, has
quit the grocery business and accepted a
position in Grochner & Roddorson's hard
Great slaughter in summer wear at the
Eaglo Clothing House. Hahn Meyer
are bound to keep up with tho times, in
style of goods and everything else. 3t
We have received lrom the agent, G. S.
Myers, a copy of the "People's Authorized
Edition of the Revised New Testament."
It is by all odds the best edition which has
come under our notice. Tho print is plain
and from large typn, and its nuniorous ill
ustrations aro extremely flue. Mr. My
ers, so tar, has beenuinable to call upon
our citizens, but he expects to make a can
vass of the place next week. We would
advise all who wish a copy of the revised
New Testament to buy this, which we
know will give unbounded satisfaction.
' A Funhkai, at A Fia-Nic, A corres
pondent writes us as follows:
I attended tho pic-nic of the Damascus
township Sabbath schools last Thursday,
some, six schools wore represented, exer
cises consisting of singing by schools and
short addresses by tho preachers present,
refreshments good and abundant but the
finishing touch was tho most remarkable
-lever witnessed at a pic-nic, viz: A funeral.
About 2 p.m., the procession slowly wen
ded its way into the grove, doposited the
corpse in front of the speakers stand nnd
a regular funeral sermon was then
preached by the Rov. John Meyers, after
which the corpso was exposed to view and
the cries and tears of tho friends closed
the scone and the pic-nic. Powloss was
the namo of tho deceased.
: Wo find tho following in tho Cincinnati
Commercial. The lady her spoken of is
known to quite a number of our citizens
she having delivered a temperance locture
or two In Napoleon a year or so ago: The
publishers of the Christian Advocate, of
New York, the loading organ of the Meth
odist Church in America, have been sued
for libel. Tho plaintiff is an itinerant tem
perance lecturer by the name of Mrs. Kent
Mason Clayton. It soetns that the editor
of the Advocate printed the card of a well
known Methodist minister of Philadelphia,
in which he, in so many words, denounced
the female lecturer as a fraud. The lady
is widely known in Canada and in portions
of New York nnd Pennsylvania, and feels
that this com munication has bo injured her
in fame and purse as to Justify her bring'
ing suit for libel. Notwithstanding the
denunciation, however, she sticks to her
vocation, and is said to continue soliciting
ike use of Methodist churches and asking
for collections from Methodist congrega
tions. This is the first instance known Of
an official Methodist paper being sued tor
libel, notwithstanding the members have
frequently been admonished to beware of
i-ertain specified persons. '
Wheat U booming.
FrMt U oot far away.
Louk out for the new comet about tbeae
A nobby band or ael ring ran be found at
The oyster month commence with Sep
Monday night last '
i the coolest of the
Ladies, go to Norden's for novelties in
School will commence about the first
week in September.
At Norden's is the cheapest place to buy
boots and allocs. 4
Kindlay will have a State band tourna
ment September 15.
Go to Norden's for summer goods at
greatly reduced prices. 4
II. F. Meyerholts has put a neat new
fence around his residence lot.
The Henry County Teacher's Institute
is in session. The attendance is slim.
Just received, anew invoice of fine Jew
elry at C. M. Fisk's Jewelry Storo. tf
Don't fail to read the advertisement in
another column headed "Agents Wanted."
The tax on real estate will be levied this
fall undershe new decennial appraisement
For a cool drink of lemonade or pop,
drop in at Jas. Myers' place on the south
If you want a good pino cistern very cheap
oall on J. W. Hudson. Coal tar furnished
The two cent return postal cards will
soon bo out for the accomodation ol tho
Wanted, to rent a house of 3 or 4 rooms,
in iiood neichborhood. Leave word at
Tho little son of Recorder Hartnctt fell
and broke his arm yesterday, making tho
sceond time this year.
Township treasurers can settle their ac
counts with the County Auditor on or af
ter the 19th of August, 1881.
Rev. Robert McCune, of Toledo, will
preach morning and evening noxt Sabbath
at the Presbyterian Church.
If you want a necklace for your girl,
calllon C. M. Fisk, where you will rind the
finest stock ever brought to the city, tf
Thomas Glass has sold his residence on
Washington street to Dr. Condit. We un
derstand Mr. Glass will move to Pitts
burgh. The afternoon sociable of tho ladies of
tho Presbyterian congregation will be held
at tho residence of Mrs. M. E. Heller on
Irviu Campbell , .a brother of Mrs. Robert
Pratt, and a former clerk in the Napoleon
Postofflco under Mr. Rati', was burried at
Ottawa last Friday.
No old shoddy, slop-shop miss-lit goods
in the stock of clothing at the Eagle Cloth
ing House of Hahn tfc Meyer. Come in
and we will prove what we say. 3t
Take Ayer's Pills lor all the purposes of a
purgative, for Constipation, Indigestion,
Headache and Liver Complaint. By uni
versal accord, they are the best of all pur
gatives for family use.
The new iron fences for the residence lots
of H. C. Groschner and Wm. Reddcsen
have arrived, and whon placed in position
will make a marked improvement in the
west end of town.
Groschner tfc Rcddorsen are selling the
New Imperial Bucher & Gibles Steel Plow
with Jointer. This Plow is having a
large run and will be loft to go out on
trial against any Plow in the market. 5t
Peter Kaiser subscribed anil paid for
the Northwest last week. He gave us the
wrong address, or at least wo have the
wrong address. If any of his friends know
of his whereabouts, they will confer a fa
vor by giving us his P. O. address.
Smokkhs You Will Loose Money
If you do not call ut Kneeland's and buy
some of those fine cigars soiling at ?2.00,
2.30 and 2.50a 100. An extra cigar for$5.00
a 100. Those goods will only bo offered at
above prices for a short time, call at
The following are some of the statistics
of Ohio tor tho year ending June 30: Ju
dicial indictments found 1,025; persons in
cluded, 1,1110; convictions, 812; social mar
riages, 27,805; births, 02,422; divorces gran
ted, 1,578; naturalizations, 4,084; pauper
ism, number supported, 43,173.
No other romody for children will meet
so many indications of disorder or so
thoroughly cure them as Denig's Worm
Syrup. It is a good purgative, pleasant te
take and always safe. 25 cents for four
ounce bottle. Sold by druggists. 2t
The Defiance Democrat says A. J. Van
denbrock is moving his stock of goods to
Defiance. Not much, Mr. Vandenbroek is
a Napoleon fixture, and in a few weeks
will occupy one of the finest rooms in this
part of tho State. He has, although, es
tablished a branch store at Defiance.
A portion of the membership of tho M,
E. Church at Fostoria have endorsed Gov
ernor Foster in a series of strong resolu
tions, which has brought out several com
munications in the Fostoria Democrat,
.with sovere criticisms on such action,
showing like near all other questions, there
are two sides. Pcrrysburg Journal, (Rep.)
Prosecuting Attorney Knupp was called
to Detroit on Friday last by the serious
illness of his father, who was there visiting
two of his daughters. Mr. Knupp arrived
In time to see his father alive, but death
relieved him from his long suffering on
Saturday at 4:30 p. m. His funeral took
place on Monday. Mr. Knupp at one time
was a prominent politician of Seneca coun
ty, and was well known in that part of the
Can be found at Anton Habn'a, on door
north of Sheffilds (, Norton's Bank, by
thediih or can. St
Two or three good girls can have steady
employment at good wages. Apply soon
at Miller House.
Napoleon P., Aug. 17,1881. 2t
Mr. William Bowers, of Harrison twp.,
hauled totbeVocke Mills on Tuesday a
load of wheat which weighed 7,125 lbs net,
being W busheU. This ia the largest
load ever brought to those mills, the
wagon and wheat weighing lO.tiM lbs.
Who can beat It?
Us i versa i. A PPROH ATloN. By the com-
munity at large has been given to Burdock
Blood Bitters. No instance Is known
where dissatisfaction bas been manifested
by their use, or where ought but benefit
followed their administration. Price f 1.00,
trial size 10 cents.
It is said a Michigauder is responsible
for the contents of the following postal
card: "Please send nie by the first one
cumin this way, too pouns shugor, a
blakin brush five pouns coffey, and some
little nailes. My wife had a baby last tiite;
and two padlocks."
Attk.xtion, F. Co. You will meet at
the armory on Sunday, August 21st, 188J,
at 9:30 a. m, in full uniform with white
gloves to attend sea vices held at the Pres
byterian church by Chaplain McCune, ot
the 16th Regt. O. X. G.
H. E. Cary,
Capt. Commanding K. Co, ltith O. N.G
Napoleon O., August 15, 1881.
Gas. By an ordinance published in this
issue it will lie seen that our town is to
have gas works in the near future. The
works are to be erected by Cincinnati par
ties, the town giving them the privilege
of laying pipes along the streets, and the
Co. to charge $2.50 per thousand cubic feet
for gas consumed by private individuals,
and ?2.00per thousand cubic feet for public
consumption. Gas is something our town
has needed for a number of years, and its
early introduction will be hailed with de-
light by most of our citizens.
Soi.diehs, Attention. A Grand Re
union and G. A. R. Camp Fire will beheld
at Fostoria, Ohio, on August 23d to 25th,
1881. Prominent speakers will be present,
including Gen. W. H. Gibson, Gov. Foster
and others. Band Tournament, Competi
tive Riflle Practice, Balloon Ascension
Fireworks, Speeches, Toasts, Camp Remi
niscences, Etc. This will be one of the
largest gathering of soldiers held in Ohio
this vear. Reduced fare on all railroads
leading to Fostoria.
Letters remaining uncalled for in the
Napoleon, O., Post Office for the week end
ing Aug. 13, 1881 :
Lyman Bennett, Elias Gillmore, Mrs,
Manda Gunn, Dr. C. J. Hoflelmeyer, (2),
James S. Haly, Mrs. Frank Jones, Miss
Caroline Raidle, Mrs. Cealey M. Smith,
M. Stoefcl, Luther White. :
Persons calling for theabove letters will
please say they were advertised- and give
date. JAMES S. FOUKE.
This is the proper season for trimming
shade trees. Trees cut now will start out
new branches and heal over the wounds
before winter. It cut back in fhe spring
tho rapid growth will produce heavy tops
to catch the force of the severe fall winds,
But trees pruned now will have time to
start now branches and heal the wounds
The cutting will leave the tops not too
heavy for the trunks, and will withstand
the severe winds. We would advise
against cutting large branches, for, unless
the stump is coated with thick paint or
grafting wax, it will decay and, the trees
will rot into the heart. Wo have seen
many trees killed in this manner.
Gheat Wall Paper Sale. All who
are desirous of papering their houses or re
pairing them in any way this fall, will find
something in the way of prices and goods
at Saur's Drug and Book Store, which will
be immensely interesting. For the next
60 days the "Little Dutchman" proposes
to put his entire stock of wall and window
paper, oils and paints, on the market at
prices which aro bound to sell them. Ev
erybody should call at onco at Saur's Drug
Store and seeforthemsolves that the above
statement Is no "blow," but a boifatide of
fer made to purchasers as an inducement
for them to buy now, and in order to close
out this class of goods to make room for
the inunenso fall stock which is being pur
chased at low prices, and which will be
shipped on or about Sept. 1st.
A Remark able Revolution. Tho suc
cess of the Literary Revolution in produc
ing a Cyclopaedia, the largest ever pub
lished in this country, in large type, well
printed and bound, at the nominal cost Of
?15, seomed to the majority of book-buyers
so remarkable, that the second Literary
Revolution, which reduces the cost of this
most excellent work to $10, seems almost
incredible. The facts of the case are how
ever, made so evident and so reasonable,
that there can bo no questioning them.
We have in this office some of the volumes
which demonstrate their superior charac
ter in every way, and the facts and figures
which are published in detail in an article
elsewhere in this paper, under tho title of
"A Seeond Literary Revolution," show
very clearly, though very surprisingly how
it is possible to make such an extremely
valuable and costly Cyclopaedia accessible
to the masses at such trifling cost.
To remove any possible incredulity
which might exist in the minds of some
that this is only a plausible scheme forget
ting a large amount of meney in small
sums from a great many individuals, in re
turn for books which might never be de
livered, the publishers do not require any
payment whatever in advance. You may,
if you please, simply send your order by
postal card; and make no payment except
upon the delivery of the goods themselves,
and after you have examined them and
found them satisfactory. Orders should
be sent to the publishers at once, in order
te secure the special terms given during
the month of August.
Thete. The A. O Miller Dramatic
Co.. will occupy Bookman's Hall on tbs
evening of S-pt. 5th, 6th and 7th. The
company will open with "Muizle, or Over
the Hills to the Poor House," dramatiza
tion of Will Carlton's Poem. Mr. Miller
is a fine actor, and we understand his com
pany is one of the finest on the road, giv
ing unbounded aatisfsetion wherever tbey
You can buy Paints, Oils, Wall Paper,
Curtains and all goods cbeapof Hum
phrey, the Druggist, as he must have the
money to build bis store with. Try him
F,vut Ihr flug.
Large lots ot ship tin.ber are being
brought over the McComb road.
The sour-kraut crop is endangered by
the ravages ol insects, who sre getting in
their work on the cabbage.
Countrv produce is very acarce and high.
This is a good country, but living isn't as
cheap as it might be.
Another effort is being niado towards or
ganizing a band in mis village, jieipine
boys along by a liberal donation ol money.
Hiram Cole sold his tract of land con
sisting of 80 acres, situated on the south
cast corner of section 9, to John Frease of
Napoleon, for $1,000 cash.
Ladies wishing calling cards should call
this office and examine our styles. tt
Fourth of July Com. Report.
The Fourth of July Committee beg
leave to submit the following report of
moneys collected and disbursed, etc. :
Toll Thompson, Secretary, Dr.
To amount collected $2115 50
To aint paid to Tress in cash J1S1 '.!"
" hotel WU 2 SO OS
Collected by Toll Thompson
" from O. Thompson
" ' J W Miller
. " "JO Holy
" " A DTourtiUott
. $2TS 50
.. 10 (0
AMOUNT PAIU Ol'T.
To A J Saygers, lumber 5 0 '.H)
' Cannon and freight 10
" LL Orwig, poster 13 110
"HE Cary, fire works 50 00
" T Fieher, horse feed 8 00
" Heller k Coover, nails. HO
" labor 11 15
" T Thompson, hotel bill - S9 0
" A YV Peaslee, team 1 00
" 8 II i M E Heller, ribbon i0
" loading cannon 2 00
" F Rowan, drayuge 1 25
labor.... '2 12
' posting bills, etc 3 29
" O Thompson, hotel bill 10 50
" J W Miller, hotel bill 1155
Amt received $235 50
Amt paid out 200 07
Amt due from T Thompson 24 45
Amt hi hands of treasurer 10 08
The oommiitee nnd the following bills due and UB'
Liberty Band v... $ 25 00
WauseonBand 10 00
LL Orwig ; 0 00
I Patterson , 1 50
CVanHyuing .... 12 00
Baker 1 50
Signal office 3 00
D H Hancock 1 50
D. II. Hancock,
Napoleon, O., Aug. 10, 1881.
R. A. Wood is visiting friends in Boston and New-
York. He will be absent two or tnrec weeKs.
Our village folks have returned from Lakeside.
ItichhoU and Wood have shipped two boat loads of
grain. heat is coming into runrKet at a uveiy rate.
Instead of I. Owens hauling S3 bushels of wheat at
one load, as reported last week, it should have been
105 bushels and a few pounds.
Kumor has it that another saloon is to be started
here, but woe t tho man that starts it.
The fence around the new school ground is alinoBt
Ground will be broken for the new school house
The school in sub. dist. No. 2 is in session. Mary
E. She.lt teacher.
A brother from the west is visiting Dr. J. M. Stout.
Aug. 10, 1881. Ekie.
ItEurjLAit Session, Aug. 15. Members present:
Tyler, Houeck, McColly, Overhuls, Eeiser.
The meeting was called to order by J. M. Shoe
Tho minutes of last meeting read and approved.
The following bills were preseuted and allowed:
Jerry Glass, tile $11 76
D. P. Hudson, surveying - 4 00
An ordinance to provide for tho establishment of
gas works was read for the first, second and third
times and passed. .
On motion the street committee were authorized
and instructed to procurethe services of an engineer
to apportion an assessment on Terry St. Improvement
for such an amount of the principal as a majority of
the property holders were willing to pay.
An ordinance to regulate the fire department was
read for the first time.
On motion the five committee was instructed to
draw up plans and specifications for a fire cistern to
be located in South Napoleon, and present the same
at next meeting. -
Permit was granted for use of fire engine for filling
cisterns at Court House, upon the payment of $5 for
Public S alb. The undersigned will offer at pub
ic sale at his residence in Freedom tp, 2! i miles
north of Bostelman's Corners, on Friday, Aug. 20,
1881, the following property, to-wit: 1 span of work
horses, 1 tvo-year-old oolt, 2 milk cows, 6 head of
hogs, 1 wood saw, 1 reaper nnd mower, household
and kitchen furniture, etc. Sale to commence at 10
o'clock a.m. THOS. BURROW.
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.
Bbown Bbown At Napoleon.O., Aug
1st, 1881, by W. F. Dickerman, Mr. Alva
Brown and Mrs. Martha J. Brown.
McCarty Shartzek On Aug. 1, 1881,
at Napoleon O,, by W. F. Dickerman, Mr.
Robert 8. McCarty and Miss Ella K. Shart
zer. Cameron McQreagor At the resi
dence of Dr. McHenry, Napoleon, O., Aug,
13, 1881, by W. F. Dickerman, Mr. John
Cameron, of Napoleon, O., and Miss Jessie
McOreagor, of Beth, Scotland.
190 and 192 Snmmlt St., cor Adams St. 1
latest Slock of PUHHITUilE in the Slate
We re manufacturers and offer the best poods at lowest prices. Do not bny
until jou have seen our immense stock and get our prices.
190 and 192 Snmmlt street, ror. Adams, Toledo.
Napoleon the Great was the greatest
warrior of bis time; and Napoleon in
Ohio is the greatest . Clothing market in
the universe for the site of the place. There
is not one exclusive dry goods store in
the whole place, such as you find In all
first class business towns, but every store
in town is making a frantic and desperate
attempt to be a clothing store. In spite
of all these facts, there is only one entire
ly exclusive first class Clothing House in
town, which devotes its entire attention to
ready-made clothing ouly. Keeps a large
stock, sells very low, and at one price to
all alike. This is "Bernstein's Xew York
One Price Clothing House," which sells
more clothing in a day than some of the
others do in a week, and all because Bern
stein deals fair and square and uprightly
with nil bis patrons; because he has saved
the people thousands ol dollars since he is
here, by selling goods for ono hal'they
used to charge you here tor clothing be
fore he came. Remember these facts and
never lose sight of them. If the New York
One Price Clothing House don't sell you
clothing fortwenty per cent, less than any
one else we don't ask you to buv. Call
and be convinced,
One Price Clothier.
Waiting to 1)3 Hung.
There were many who, owing
to the late spring or other caus
es, did not paper last spring
The spring stock has been cull
ed over, but Kneeland has just
received a variety of fresh pat
terns for the fall trade, which
will be sold at low prices;
special prices on large bills.
tall be'ore you buy; tne paper
is waiting to be hung, and is
sure to please. tf.
HOW TO SECURE HEALTH.
It Is strange any one will suffer from derangements
brought on by impure blood, when SCOVILls
SAKSAPARIIXA AND 8TILLINOIA, or BLOOD
AND LIVER SYRUP will restore health to the
physical organization. It is a strengthening syrup,
pleasant to take, and the BEST BLOOD PURIFIER
ever discovered, curing Scrofula, Syphilitic disorders.
Weakness of the Kidneys, Erysipelas, Malaria;
Nervous disorders. Debility, Bilious complaints and
Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidney, Stomach,
Skin, etc. r
BAKER'S FAIN PANACEA cures pain in Mau and
DR. ROGER'S WORM SYRUP Instantly destroys
Hancock, who is again located at the
Boat Store, wishes to see all his old cus
tomers, and as many 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 band, tf
From the residence of the undersigned
about July 10, a small 2 year old steer
white and red speckled. Any information
leading to his recovery will be liberally re
warded. 2t Mrs. E. A. Shelt.
Jas. M. Myers, on the South side, has
taken the agency lor the celebrated Gross
cup Pump, which is one of the best pumps
in the market. These pumps are war
ranted for 0 years, and hundreds of thorn
aro in operation in Henry county. They
are manufactured in Napoleon, and are
exclusively a home pump. Call on Mr.
Myers and secure one. 2m
The Scorc for August is an especially
readable number; its contents are agree
ably varied and contain grave and gay,
lively and severe subjects in profusion.
Tho "History of German songs and song
writers" is brought to the time of Goethe,
and the influence of that poet on German
music admirably treated by Louis C. El-
son. A seasonable article on "Ancient
Greek Plays" is reprinted in this number.
The paragraphic and humorous depart
ments are more sparkling than ever, and
in addition to this the following music is
given: Fairy Jane, song. Donna Juanita,
March. When Gabriel Blows his Trum
pet, etc., Song. Golden Slippers, Tran
scription. Water Mill, Song. Cbarak
terstucks. The price of the Sccrc is 10
cents each number, and it is published by
J. F. Perry & Co., Boston, Mass.
Some prominent Republican papers
still stick to it that mechanics and la
boring men who interest themselves
in the selection of pioper men for of
fice are 'howling bummers. This is a
pet theory among the Republican of
fice-holders. Thev insist that the
leaders shall fix up the ticket and the
masses shall vote for it without ques
tion or investigation. If they have a
choice or an opinion of their own, they
are to be put down by being denounc
ed as 'howling bummers' and 'rap
scallions.' It is this insolent despot
ism of the Republican loaders and of
ficials that the people must rise against
and put down, if they would maintain
even ' the semblance of the elective
"Only 20!" "Yes," she explained:
"George made me promise when we
married that 1 never would change. I
was 20 then, and I mean , to keep my
Go to Norden's tor lawns, 10 to 20 yards
forfl. 4 .
For the best 50 cent, tine cut, go to Brad
ley's. tf .
Mothers! Mothers!! mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken ,
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cat
ting teeth? If so, go at once and get a bot
tle of MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING
SYRUP. It will relieve the poor little suf
ferer immediately depend upon it; there
is no mistake about it. There is not a
mother on earth who has ever used It, who
will not tell you at once that it will regu
late the bowels, and give rest to the moth
er, and relief and health to the child, oper
ating like magic. It is perfectly safe to use
in all cases, and pleasant to the taste, and
is the prescription of one ot the oldest and
best female physicians and nurses in the
United States. Sold everywhere. 2o cents
a bottle. oct7-ly
Important to Travelers.
Special inducements are offered you by
the Burlington Route. It will pay you iq
read their advertisement to be found else
where in this issue. mchlO-lOmo
For pimples, tan, sunburn and freckles,
tho surest remedy is"Pimplex." It re
moves pimples from the skin, leaving it
soft and beautiful. Justtryit. SoldbyJ.
C. Saur. mav2-3m
Scribner A t'lrich have both one and two
seated buggies and carriages; also fine
spring wagons for sale. They keep the
very best goods in tlie market, which they
warrant to be good and durable. If you
want something that is uice as well as dur
able go and see thorn and get prices. 3t
Mrs. A. E. Mann requests those ladies
wanting dresses cut or made, to call at her
rooms, over Stuckman's grocery. Her
prices are reasonable. tf
Farmers, don't fail to see the new im
proved Hoosier Drill before you buy. Sle
is the boss drill. Sold as cheap as any .
other rirst-class drill. 3t
Srtaw goods cheap at, Norden's. 4
Oh. What a Cough !
Will you heed tho wuruing. The signal perhaps
of tho sure approach of that more terriblo disease
Consumption. Ak yourselves if you can aflord for
the sake of caving 50cts., to run the risk and d-
nothing ror it. We know from cxporienco that
SliiloU8 Cure will cure your Cough. It never falls.
This explains why more than a Million BottK-f
were sold the past year. It relieves Croup ai.
Whooping Cough, at once. Mothers do not l
without it. For Lame Back, Side, or Chest, r.e
Shlloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. C. Saur.
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint.
Is it not worth tho small pike of 73 cents to freo
yonrsclfof every symptom of these distressing com
plaints, if you think so call at our store and get
bottle of Shiloh's Vitulizer, every bottle has a print
ed giiurautee on it, use accordingly and if it do-?s
you no good it will cost you nothing. Sold by J. C.
We have a speedy and positive cure for Catarrh,
Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Headache, In Shi-
Ion's Catarrh Remedy. A nasal Injector free with
each hottle. Use it if you desire Health and iwc!
breath. Price 60 cts. Sold by J. C. Saur.
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
Removed. G. W. Gardner & Son have
removed their Photograph Gallery to the
magnificent new rooms just litted up es
pecially for thorn over II. E. Cary's store.
They invite a call from everybody at their
now quarters, where they are prepared to
do all manner of photograph work in the
highest style of the art. at
Go and see the novelties in ready-made
clothing at Norden's. 4
The now 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 SCKIHSER & ULBICH.
Farmers, get the J. I. Case sulky field
plow it you want the boss plow. Scribner
fe 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 Jewelry
Humphrey asks every persou that owes
him to come to tho front and pay their
clues. Building osts money. 4t
For a general line of fresh groceries call
on Jas. M. Myers on the South side. He
sells cheap. 2m
A Wonderful Discovery.
For the speedy cure of Consumption
and all diseases that lead to it. such as
stubborn Coughs, neglected Colds, Bron
chitis, Hay Fever, Asthma, pain in the
side and chest, dry hacking cough, tick
ling in the throat, Hoarseness, Sore Throat
and all chronic or lingering diseases esylie
throat and lungs, Dr. King's Now Dis
covery has no equal and has established
for itself a world-wide reputation. Many
leading physicians recommend and use it
intheir practice. The formula from which
it is prepared is highly recommended by
all medical journals. The clergo and the
press have complimented it in the most
glowing terms. Go to your druggist and
get a trial bottle for ten cts., or a regular
size for $1. For sale by J. C. Saur, Napo
Bucklen's Arnica Salve- ,
The Best Salve in the world for Cu'fi
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, F
ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil- , ;
uicuuca, vurilB, UUU H11 JK1I1US VI C."
Eruptions. This Salve is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction in every oase or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by J. C. Sam: sep3'80tf
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