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A-nd JEIenry Qounty News.
ESTABLISHED A. D. 1852.
NAPOLEON, O., THUESD AY, FEBRUARY 15, 1894.
VOL. XL1I-NO. 1.
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All business local'. If Interred tmone pure reed-
log rut! tor, to conL per Hue for llrst lurartlon end
cents per line for each additional tnsnrUim.
, Btumass locale, when inserted tinder the head
ot uutlueetiooaie, Doenta per line loreacn iuer
h: i.s Sjriiglis?..:
Then's when we come down
to earth again and begin to
"think of the practical things
of life. , After the effusion of
sentiment it's a good time to
get hack to bed rock judgment.
It's a glorious season to buy,
because this is the season when
the knife is in the profits and
you get the goods at 'way
down figures. One might say
it is the midway season be
tween the Holidays and the
opening of spring trade just
the season for bargains. At
this season it will pay one to
buy even goods that are not
required for immediate use
prices are so low.
Saur & Balsley have many
useful and ornamental articles
left over from their big Holi
day trade which will be , given
almost at your ' own price, in
order to make room for goods
which wiu soon be in season.
Then their assortment of books
is still large and tjomplete, and
s this is just the time to buy
books, good and standard
books at that, cheap, very
v cheap, in fact ' surprisingly
cheap. As nothing adds more
i6 the comfort of a home than
books, now is the time to take
advantage of this opportunity
to secure them. This sale is
an excellent chance to replen
ish your libraries,, if you are
so fortunate as to have one,
and if not it is a good time to
commence the foundation of
one, Saur & Balsley are head
quarters for books.
The other departments of
their establishment are com
plete . in : j, every, particular.
Their drugs are always pure
and fresh and their facilities
for compounding prescriptions
are the best. , In patent medi
cine they take the lead, keep
ing in stock all the old and
new discoveries in this line.
Their paints and oils have a
standard reputation for purity
and lasting 4 qualities. The
paints sold by them are olcl and
reliable brands, : which have
been before the , public . for
years, and L. ve always given
satisfaction, "v The wall paper
department m '? complete yand
jontains rcvry fine and . stylish
.patterns. Improve - your
home?' Vy pacing,, 'upon ' its
walls, and ce Jlngs tasty paper,
it adds to ' ts comforts ten
told. Here also will be i found
in excellent selection of win
dow shades, and, fixtures. You
can i,46rn; your; windows, at a
, smalt Outlay v Selecting pat
ternst tO&e found at V; Saur &
" As spring app roaches, house
wives' will conusance lo ! think
of re-painting and re-papering,
ih order to brush up the ap.
pearance of the inside.of their
homes. -f. Saur & Balsley Would
request thai: all; such call in
and see them before making
their selections elsewhere, ' as
they : pride, themselves .upon
their stock of paints and wall
papers and 7 decorations , J and
can offer prices, which are .hard
td duplicate, ' y-.. "tl
HAPPESIHGS HERE MD THERE OVER
Personal and Pointed Paragraphs Picked
Up and Pushed In by the People.
Death Typhoid Fever Towo Hall
' A. Foots of West Hope was here last
week on business.
A quartette of Ilamlerltes drove to
Napoleon last week.
Mr. Moore of West Virginia was a
guest at the borne of A. Hayse this
Anna Sellers of Clyde spent Sunday
with the family of P. Rice.
Frank Gullian has been here visiting
his mother and friends during the past
few weeks. He intends returning to
Michigan soon. . ' ' .
A little son of N. Kunklemandied of
typhoid fever on Friday, Feb. 9th. The
twin brother is also lying very low
with that dreaded disease, , , . ,
Grandma Beaver is quite low with
consumption.'' ' ' ' i
J. V. TenEyck was called to Conan
dagua, Michigau, last week, to attend
the funeral of Mrs. TenEyck's father.
He returned ou Saturday. Mrs. T.
was unable to accompany her husband,
as she Is just convalescing from a severe
attack of typhoid fever.
The Administrator of the John
Hamler estate, C. H. Gidley, had the
estate appraised here on Saturday.
The many friends of Mrs. Wm, Mor
rls treated her to a surprise party, last
Saturday eveuiog. A large number
were present and all report an enjoy'
The town council held a special
meeting ou Friday night, to consider
the question of purchasing property
and building a town hall. The im
provement is much needed, and if the
people were allowed to vote upon the
question, town hall would carry by a
large majority. '
- Married, ou February 10th, 1894, Mr,
Worthy Stevens and Miss Lena Greno,
Every town have their mechanics,
musicians and inventors, but Hamler
has a genius that can take the cake. He
has made a banjo out of an oyster can
and a piano out of several jars, and he
declares he can get as good music out
of them as his sister can out of her pi
The Schools Revivals Ice Crop, Etc
At this wrltingFIorida is very stormy
snowing and t lowing at a fearful rate
Our schools are all working nicely
this winter under the supervision of
Professor Baldwin, Miss Gertrude Barr
and Miss Jennie Bothenberger, which
speaks well for them.
The U. B. Church is now holding a
revival meeting at this place, good lnt
erest Is manifested and a large atten
dance every night. . j
George A. Leonhart, who has just
purchased the grocery store from Mr,
Guy Tippn, is now ready for customers,
Give him a call.
The English Lutheren Brelhern who
are holding their services at the U. B,
Church at this place, held their com
ruunlon services on Sabbath last which
were well attended uuder the supervisi
on of Mr. Wesnersfiom Daflance.Ohio.
The English Lutheren Bretheru have
qulteaclas" now at this place and are
Those who were interested In the ice
business have their ice all put up( all in
good order. : ; - j
Reuben Lovesays he is in the mar
ket, but please don't all call at once.
Personal Items From a Bosy Com-
, ' ' munlty. .;' ;
The'raow is with usagain.
Wm. Ktaceymeu is on the sick list,
down with typhoid fever." ' " '
Mrs. Emma Radle visited in Napo
leon with her parents last week. '
Friends met at the home of Mrs.
Quillman last Sunday In honor of the
21st birthday of Frank Slokmiller. A
pleasant time was had. 7 . '
Mr. Kaiser left for Okolona last Tues
day.. " ' v
Quite a number of ladies attended
the quilling at the residence of Henry
Jeakle. Ten to one tongue as well as
needle was kept busy.
' Rosy arid Guy Lithrolh of Waterville
visited here last week. - "
Lorena Mayers of Mall uta was a guest
of Miss Anna Rohrbaugh Tuesday last.
.Mesdames.Overmier and Myers of
Freedom township were guests at the
home of Mrs. Kaiser Tuesday., -
Lydia, the youngest daughter Mr.
and Mrs. 'Rohrbaugh, Is ou the sick
list. . : ' ' ,i . t f 1 ; i
Mary nd Fred Best' attended the
party at the home of Geo. Reimond
Saturday evening of last week.
Why Dot smoke the best when yon ban get
the "Ke-No" cigar for vo. Gait for it and
you'll get It. ' 'tf
Bold Bank Robbery Sneak Thieve
Deshler Om Feb. 12th M. John
Boston left here on the 8th Inst for
ChatanoogaTeon., where If be can find
location that suits him, will send for
his family. This be will do for the
benefit of Mrs. Boston's health. He
has been a prominent G. A. R. man of
L. S. Holmes Post since Its organiza
tion in 1881, and as comrades we are
sorry to part with him.
Mrs. Al Ward, who has been quite
sick, is improving.
Mrs. Frank Geherlng Is visiting her
parents at Hamler.
Charley Hutinger Is on the sick list.
Professional cracksmen got iu their
work, and the Bank of Deshler looses
between $3000 and $3500. Not in the
history of Henry County has there oc
curred such a daring robbery as on the
th. The evening before the robbery
J. C. M., Elder the President and
Cashier attended the K. of P. Social
not thinking that on the following
morning when be came to his place of
business that experts had preceded him
there and had secured the wealth that
was stored in the vault and safe of that
institution, but such was the case. An
enterance bad been forced by the aid
of a bar of iron, secured from the B. &
O. Section house located right in the
midst of the business part of our city.
The burglars forced an enterance
through a rear window and got In the
building. The work of breaking the
heavy iron door to the enterauce of the
vault was but the work of a few sec
onds, where, the time lock safe stood
facing them and without doubt the
most Important part of their mission
was safely locked in that little case,
Star Win Hi
Than regular prices. The assortment oontains many floe Overooat and Ul
sters, ou whioh yon can make a saving of one-fifth of former prices
and get as ohoice a selection as at any time daring the seasou.
Boys Overcoats Uteters
Underwear and all Winter Goods-
Of all styles, one-fifth less than former prices. Kemember we Rive foi every
Five Dollar purchase one chanoe on the following fonr prizes :
"One $75 .00 Top $U(J(p,
'One 65.00 Cl&s 2-borse Wagon,
. 'One 25.00 One Horse "Cart, x
One i 8. 00 Single Bucjcjy fiarness.
Also with every $18.00 purchase we give you one of onr new CANE WHIPS.
A. J. VANDENBRCEK, Propr.
It was but' the work of a moment
with a chargo of liltioglycerine and 'l
was accomplished. ' Something over
$3000 that had been enclosed there was
revealed, all or nearly nil of which the
burglars carried off with thpm. There
waa about $500 placed in a cegar box
that .was utterly destroyed by tlie ex
plosion. The heaviest loser from the
transaction, aside from the banker J.
C. H. Elder, is our post master, J C.
Waltimier. His loss in stamps and
money which were placed in the Insti
tution for safe keeping about $800.
Henry .Young is very desirous of
knowing who Visits his and Mrs. Hel
ler's coal house at night, and to give
people a pointer will agree to meet
them and without any ceremony give
them the contents of one of Colt's re
volvers he further states that if there
is any needy ones who are destitute of
coal and will so state he will assist them
all in his power.'. , ,, "
S. A. Brown, our boot and shoe deal
er, has made an assignment to E. N.
Warden for the benefit oi blscreditors.
' . ' GABE.
Protracted Meeting The Storm
Personal,'' ' ; " $ y Jj
Feb. 12th, 1894. The protracted
meeting which has been In progress,
during the last three weeks, at the
Cony church, is still In progress. It
has been carried on along the line of
United efforts of Christian people of
different churches, and with remark
able unanimity. There has beed sev
eral conversions, chiefly from heads of
families. The ministers engaged are
Rev. I.W, Lownan, L. E. Wilson and
Rev. Coltou of Toledo. " : .
The King's Daughters held their
regular missionary meeting on Satur-
day last at the residence of Mr. H. A.
Mr. H. L, Chapmam. of oar new
grocery firm, visited . Cleveland last
week on busiuess,stopplng with frieuds
in Elyrla, on his return.
Mr. E. E. Tressler, la still at work
completing his new residence, which
will prove an ornament to our village.
Rev. Colton of Toledo occupied the
pulpit of the M. E. Church on Sabbath
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson YaoXess of To
ledo were In this village over Sunday.
Rev. Colton of Toledo spent a part
of the past weekjbere assisting in the
protracted meetings that were being
held at the Corner. The meetings were
brought to a close Sunday evening. '
Monday was one of the most stormy
and dismal days ever experienced in
this country. The wind continued a
steady gal6 the entire day, banking the
snow so that travel on North and South
roads are almost impossible. " XJ
Free Thinkers, Personal Items. Etc
. , . .. ; . C-jtf
Hello there! how was that for a
storm? g vmM-
The six weeks of protracted effort at
the M. E. church was brought to a
close last week with but few accesaries
tothe church. , , .,
Mrs. Robert Slone Sundayed with
friends at Waterville. ' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bart Heater spent Sun
day at Wm. Randall's. - ZSi -"3"? "
G. L. Hollopeter was seen driving
southward through town Sunday even
ing, and we suppose he was enroute to
see hisbestgirl. '
The writing school at this place was
quite a success, and was brought to a
close Tuesday evening. , ,
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Mens' Boys and
i Childrens' , a
One door South of Spengler's Grocery.
The Free Thinkers, of Malinta, Mc
Cluri and Grelton gave the people of
Mils viisinliyqulr n treat last. Saturday
evening, in the , way of n $25 Infidel
lecture in Walker's hall by a gentle
man from Atchison, Kan. The unbe
lievers were in hopes of hearing some
thing to base their belief upon, but
were sorely disappointed, as he only
paraded himself against the visible
church, and stated that George Wash
ington and Abraham Lincoln were
Infidels. Altogether' ife was a grand
success in favor of the Bible. It would
be advisable for all unbelievers to read
Robert Burdett on Free Thinkers.
Batch of Personals from Stirring
... ' Liberty.
Mr. W. W. Ward was in Napoleon
Saturday..,'. ('', ' V' '.""'.''
Miss Elya - McMaster visited her
mother over Sunday. " r ,
' Millie Hendricft attended examina
tion In Napoleon Saturday.
John Edgar was in Coltou last week,
on business. . ,i. s ."" ". '-1
Mary Burklarfd-was in Napoleon
Guy Gruver of St. Louis Is visiting
with his parents In this city.
' Eva Slater is visiting in Colton at
her home. . (' ' ,
Con Grafflce attended examination
in Napoleon Saturday. .''.. ,J
'; Geo, Beuchanan- Is restling with a
bad cold rt this writing. . x
Irs. Wldner was iu Napoleon Satur
day, shopping i ( j i
' Jim Beunis and wife who have been
living. In Grand Rapids moved back to
our little burg last week, . .v i t
Arthur Waloott. was in Napoleon
last week. "" h J
, Mrs. D. Thomas is quite sic t this
The Weather and Snow Personal
' . Mention, Eto. ,
This wither will almost freeze the
whiskers off the man the moon, but
nivertbeleas we will not forget the
Grandpa Sands la on the sick list
Mrs. A. Lymangrover returned home
Saturday after a few day's visit with
friends in Toledo.
John Markley, of Maltnta, visited
Will Connelly Is laid np with a sore
finger It being pearly hit off a fight.
Grandma Yost is very poorly at
Quite a number of children In and
around McClure are sick with chicken-
Sam Deal and wife, of Napoleon,
called on friends here Sunday.
Miss Imis Bolton, of Grelton, was in
The street lamps have not been
lighted the past week on account of
the illness of Jake Sands, who lights
The stave works at the factory has
not been running since Tuesday on ac
count of a break down.
' A number of young folks attended
a lecture at Grelton Saturday evening.
What makes C. Y. Moore's face look
so funny? Chicken-pox?
Dr. Burson, of Malinta, passed
through here Thursday.
Dr. Hill, of Weston, was in town
Mrs. Carnahan is still suffering with
People , were somewhat surprised
Monday morning to wake and find the
snow was trying itself in playing peak-a-boo
In and around every little nook
and corner. The wind was surely do
ing its part n the game as there are
drifts higher than the fences in some
places. Of course there were not many
sensible people out. He that has
plenty of pork and potatoes, sit in
your parlor and eujoy them for it is
not tit to be out in such weather.
Ik GREAT BLIZZARD
6WHEPS OVER A LARGE PART OF
.THE UNITED, .STATES. '
Great Lou of Ufa In th West Kapeclally
In Oklahoma The Property Jam Very
Beavjr Heavy Falls of Snow Interrupt
Kansas City, Feb. 18. After contin
uing for 25 hours, and breaking all re
cords, the blizzard suspended operations
at 10 o'clock Monday morning.sofar as the
snow accompaniment was concerned. A
brisk wind was still blowing from the
north and, though the mercury was not
low, being 11 above zero, the indications
were for much colder weather. The
snow lies 16 inches on the level ahd is
badly drifted. All street car traffic is
suspended and the fortunate possessors of
carriages and sleighs have gathered a
harvest in quarters and half dollars by
conveying persons of both . sexes from
tueir Homes to their places ot bumnefig.
Not one streetcar line in the city was
running. All trains, both from the east
and west, were greatly delayed.
' New Kuislkud,
Boston, Feb. 18. At noon Monday
the blizzad was still raging. At 3 a. m.
it was at its height. The wind was
blowing from the northeast at the rate of
60 miles per honr, and tho thermometer
was 20 above zero. From that time the
wind abated somewhat.
Boston has not seen such a severe
storm for years. Eleven inches of snow
have fallen on the level.
The streets were in a terrible condi
tion. Ob every line the cars were
blocked, and many telephone and tele
graph wires were down. Many of the
schools were closed. General traffic was
simply impossible Tuesday.
The railroads from the south and east
were terribly blocked.
A business along tho water Iront was
at a standstill. Many' schooners were
out, and reports of them were anxiously
looked for. .
The observations of the weather bu
reau show that the storm was severest
along the coast and in southern New
England. In northern Vermont only
three inches of snow full, while at East
port, Me., only a high wind touched.
Chicago, Feb. 18. A blizzard of the
most approved pattern with snow, sleet
and un energetic wind swept down on
Chicago Sunday night, , and Monday
raged with constantly increased violence.
Great snow units blocked the streets.
Suburban trains were delayed and snow
sweepers werti kept constantly in use to
prevent stoppage of tne streetcar lines,
traffic on which waa badly delayed.
.The blizzard was the most severe that
has visited Clucao for many years. At
noon Monday the wind was blowing at
the rate ot 70 miles an hour with in
dications that the storm would continue
through the night with the coldest
weather of the year.
The incoming trains were from one
hour to two hours late and the roads were
becoming worse blocked. The wind
rushed around the down town corners
with terrific, . force, carry pedestrians oil
their feet and injuring many. Many
carriages on Miohican avenue, where the
wind sweeps straight oil the lake, were
overturned but none of the occupants
wore seriously injured.
Luke Michigan was lashed In a fury
and the waves, rushed over the break
water and swept across the Illinois Cen
tral tracks into lake front park. ; , .. .
. v Colli Cuu MurdeW. ."-. ;
Guthrie, 6. T., Feb. .Terrible
cold has been experienced during ' the
strom that has swept over the territory
withU tha last few dovo, an4 M-1'"? oil
Highest of all In Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
awtui suffering are cotumg In from var
ious points. Twenty persons have been
frozen to death.
A report comes from the northern
part of the territory that six persons of
one family were murdered by the father
to prevent tneir suitenng while dying or
the cold. The seven bodies were found
in one honse with their throats cut. In
the house was also found a note Bigned
by the father, who left word that he had
killed his ifo and children to save them
from 'freezing. He added that he him
self would commit suicide and the evi
dence of his wounds and a knife clutched
In his right hand as it lay beside him'
bears out his promise of self-destruction.
Wichita, Kan., Feb. 13. The worst
snow blizzard that this section of Kansas
has experienced in many years com
menced Sunday morning, and by night
it was 15 inches deep. All trains, with
the exception of the Rock Inland, were
abandoned. The Missouri Pacific east
bound stuck in a drift in the Flint hills,
and the 'Frisco westbound stuck in a
drift In Greenwood county. The Santa
r e main line trams are all tied un. The
suffering on the bleak western prairies
ana in tne nerouee strip will be terri
ble. All railroads in the state are block
aded. At Topeka, Monday found the big
blizzard in full blast. It was still .snow
ing with a fierce west wind blowing.
The snow was about 12 inches deep on a
level, but badly drifted. The savoury
was 10 above zero.
Cleveland, Feb. 18. The blizzard
which raged with such severety through
out the west Sunday night, reached this
city Monday, in the form of a fierce gule
accompanied by a heavy fall of fine, rat
ing snow. The storm was a most severe
one. ' ,
. At noon the streetcar service was de
moralized, only an occasional car man
aging to get through the heavy snow
On the Lake Shore roads trains were
reported more or less delayed from the
tne west, witn a prospect : or serious
blockades before niehtfall. " '
A severe sleet storm prevailed at Co
lumbus, O. Wires were covered with
Ice. sivunrvie telephone neoDre consid'
erftble trouble and cairanar street cars to
move slower than usual. . .
3uha, Feb. 13. A big blizzard start
d Sunday morning, and has been raging
ever Since. A fine snow fell Sunday and
All trails on tho Elkhorn, Missouri
Pacific, Union Pacific and Burlington, in
Nebraska, are from two to four hours
late. All outgoing trains are abandoned.
The Kansas City and Nebraska Central
bas abandoned all its trains.
Reports received from points in the
west say the snowfall is increasing and
is drifting badly, so that a general block
ade is imminent.
The wet snow of Friday covered all
forage out of sight, and this latter fall
will make it impossible for the cattle to
obtain any food. ,
' WUooiMln. .
. Milwaukee, Feb. 13. Monday a wild
northeast gale swept over the city from
Lake Michigan. The air was full of fine,
penetrating and drifting snow. The elec
tric lines managed to make slow progress.
There was an immense sea on the lake
fully as vicious as that which engulfed
about a .dozen jnen on the water works
Harriets Bill. of Wtynntown.Iiid.,u: "I
owe my life to the Great bouth American Nervine.
I naa oeeo la beed tor ne moDta from mo eneois
of en exhutietod stomach. IndlReetlon, norvous
proetnl ion end I general ehatterrd condition ol my
whole fyetem. Had given np all hopes of getting
weU. Had tried threodootora with no roUef.. The
first bottle of ihe Nervine Tonio improved me so
muoh thst I was ahle to walk about, and a few bol
tlea cured me entirely I believu It ts tbe best
medicine In the world. I cannot lecommmd It
too highly." Sold by D.J. Bumphre;. Napo.
leon, O. ' Auit. lOly.
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KOTHIFiC FITS A SVIAN SO WELL
AS HIS SKIN; NEXT TO THAT OUR
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING
; , MEECHANT TAILORING !
For the season of 1894 we' have bought an assortment , of
cloths that will out-rank any. display of piece goocU '
.' ever presented to the trade.
The Stock, is , Now Ready for Examination'!
- And the attention of the trade is earnestly invited,
EAGLE CLOTHIlTCf HOUSE !,
., " ', . ' . ..... .
OEO. lEXIEIILT,' Fxop'r. -;
Oppisite Court House. ' ; OWE PRICE TO ALL
criD last spring.
Advices from the interior of the state
are to the effect that the storm is raging
everywhere and that railway travel is
considerably impeded. .
New York Catches It,
New York, Feb. 13. The city Mon
day night was covered with a mantle of
snow several inches tliich. Travel of all
kinds was impeded. The storm was the
most severe one of the season. Railroad
traffic was demoralised.
Danger signals have been propped up
all along the coast, and vessels have been
warned not to leave port.
Dispatches from New Jersey report a
siAiilar state of affairs. The storm along
the New Jersey and Long Island coasts
was particularly sevore.
Were Not Alarmed.
Milwaukee, Feb. 13. Contractor
Murphy came ashore from the water
works crib about noon Tuesday. He
said the men on the little artificial island
were in no way inconvenienced by the
storm; that they had plenty of fnel, and
were dry and warm in the cribhouse.
The contractor said he did not know un
til he reached the shore that there waa
any alarm felt for the men on the crib.
They felt no effects of the storm, and at
no time considered themselves in danger.
Lndianapolis, Feb. 18. A sleet and
wmd storm of . unusual severity struck
the city shortly after midnight Sunday
night and continued without cessation
np to Monday night. Several inches of
snow fell. Paralyzed traffic resulted and
the street cars ran only at irregular in
tervals. Incoming trains were badly de
layed and trainmen report stormy tunes
along the various routes.
The same reports come from all over
the northern part of the state.
, Klk Driven From the Mountains.
. Landers, Wy., Feb. 13. It is esti
mated that not less than 10,000 elk have
come out from the mountains and foot
hills into the plains between Fort Wa
Bhakie and the head of the Wind river to
escape the deep snows. . The Arapahoe
and Shoshone Indians are very anxious
to get permits from the Indian agent,
Captain Ray, to slaughter these animals,
but so far they have been unsuccessful.
Quincy, Ills., Feb. 18. A severe Mis'
2ard raged In this vicinity Monday. . The
thermometer sank steadily and the
snow and sleet was almost blinding. A
strong northwest wind prevailed and
streetcar and railway service was 'im
Cold All Over the TVest.
Bt. Louis, Feb. 13. Advices Tuesday
from all ports of Missouri, southern Illi
nois, northern Arkansas and contiguous
territory, were that the storm had been
replaced by clear, cold weather. Traffic
rapidly resumed its normal condition.
Niagara Falls, Feb.-18. A beauti
ful ice bridge has formed over the falls
again. An ice bridge in February is
something very unusual.
Deaf nes eOannot be Cured
by local applications a they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There is
only one way to euro deafness, and that is by
constitutional remedies. Deafness is eansed
by an Inflamed condition of the mncons
lining of the Enntaohian Tube. When this
lube (rets inflamed yon have a rnmbling or
imperfect hearing, end when it is entirely
olosed, Deafness is the result, nnd unless the
inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its norma condition, hear
ing will be destroyed forever; nine cases
oat of ten are oaosed by catarrh, which is
is nothing but an inflamed eondition of the
mncons surfaces. , ,
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any ease of Der.fnese (caused by catarrh)
that oannot be onred by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars free.
F. J. OHENEV A CO., Toledo, O.
ITSold by Druggists, 7no, . lm
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