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DEMOCRATIC! NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, O., APRIL 26. 1S94.
Drugs & Medicines
ntfl, Oils, Varnishes,
Dye Stuffs and all varieties of Drif
Clank boobs and stationery, and
full line of all the latest styles of
wall paper, Prescriptions
NFof the flaps! stork farms la MortUwasleni
Uuto, consisting of
AeresoflantHii the heart of TlUhltnA Township,
only T Bilks from the ollj if Drllanee; and out
aodona-bjll miles irom scnooi priviieg, two
Billeafnim churob aodstoro.
TbereareliOeorceof this land ondtr plow, and
50 Acres in Addition
VaD II. BHIIT UIOHI twj u y. n m iiv c ,'-, n, ....
Ilia plow, ttmiotlla a rioh, saudv loam-ncu.
1 1 1 -I I .. H-lik ItllUdanMiu tn
It is Well Watered and Easily
ItwIllpastoraWOhuailof ahi ana fid head of
Cacae. JSVOry Ittol Ol II Dl Hour, mw wn m ymw
t urnd . Frio f .15.00 per acre, on time. Till per
fect. Ahatraot of title gueranteea.
Bron3on't Real Estate Exchange,
Cor Clinton 4 Second Street", Defiance, Ohio.
a TT VTVTTM1 ft. flA
A, . mmini tu.,
. FINE IILLIMERY!
306 Summit St.,
TOLEDO, :: OHIO.
W. vT. 1UMZLEY,
All the latest and mot Improved processesln
Dontlatry. Office In Uaiupb.ro; bloek, Ntpo
leou,Oblo. wood's piiosrnoDijyii
The Great English Remedy.
i Promptly and permanently
genres all forms of Hereout
I Weaknete, Imteetone. Sperm
atorrhea, Jmpotenoy and all
effect of Mute or JBkmsms.
Iloen prescribed over 85
hvearaln thousands ot caeca j
draggfit (Or Wood'i Plioaohodlnei If he offers
some worthlea medicine In place of tin, leave his
dishonest store, lnoloae price In letter, and
we will send by return mall. Price, one package,
tlBUC,t& One tnillpltaee, tin ttffl ours, pamph
let In plant sealed envelope, 2 oents postage. .
, Address The W-ood Chemical Co.,
121 Woodward avenue, Detroit, Jiloa.
Sold 1n Napoleon by nil dmggiatB.
THIS IS THE SALARY
Earned by Telegraph Operators. We
teach the business thoroughly and pro
vide Mala Una Praetlea on the lines
of a regular Telegraph Company. We
pay students a salary while completing
the study, and place our graduates In
the service of Hallway and Telegraph
Companies. Addrnns The Central
Union Telegraph Co. Ohr rlln.o.
SPEEDY and LASTING RESULTS.
i Mt 1 "O inconvenience, simple.
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.thlB, M fromanvinmriouaiubstancft. V this. M
tiAIOI ABD0H11TB IIDtlCSD.
We GUARANTEE a CURE or refund your money.
Price S3. OO Dor bottle. Sand do. fnrtiwaflaa.
luununi' jiLtuuv&ij tu Zioston,
Tbat New Arrival
In Bourdon and Irish Guipure laces
in black and cream will interest you.
St Horn & Norden.
If you once take a look at our show
windows you will be convinced who
carries the finest and most stylish line
of shoes. 8t M. Reiser. Jr.
: You people who send laundry, be
sure and leave it at C. J. Shoema
ker's barber shop. His laundry guar
antees all its work. tf
See the carpets that we are selling
-at 47o per yard. They are worth 60o.
2t Geo. H. Rohhs & Bro.
Something new for.shirt waist and
dresses. 2t Horit & Norden.
The cheapest place in town to buy
shoes in all latest styles is at M.
' Reiser's. 3t .
We have bought the entire pro
duction of spring jackets at about
half price from the manufacturer.
Samples, no two alike. We can save
you from to $3 on every jacket you
buy of us. !
2t NORDEK & BRUNS. ;
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We are ready to show you
the latest novelties in dress
trimmings. 2t f
'; HORK & NORDEK. ;
Cor Ethak kuim wts a f arsons Infidel
in his day. His wife was a very oonsiorated
woman. The mother instructed the daniiht-
er in the troths of Christianity. The story
goes that the daughter aiokened and was
abont to die, aud she said to her father:
"father, shall I take yonr instrnotion, or
shall I take mother's instrsotton? I am cro.
ins to die now; I most have this matter de
cided." That man, who had bean load in
his Infidelity, said taf his dyina danihter
' "My dear, yon had better take yonr mother's
' Pigmies vs. Giant.
' Lillipntian as they are in size, (being no
larger than mustard seeds), they achieve re
snlts that their Brobdlnguaglan opponents
ntterly fail In, We refer to the efficacy of
tne powjrfal nreparation known ss Or. Fiero
ee's Pleasant Pellets, compared with that of
their glgaqtie competitors, the old style pill
Try ihs little giants, when dyspepsia, liver
complaint, eonstipatica, biliousness, or any
(kindred ills assail yon, and you'll make no
mistake they'll disappear at once. . .
THE BEST OFFER!
eves hade. !
i cood to apkil is, mi.
You cannot afford to miss it.
Senter table,.... $ 1 SO
High back diners, oak, S 00
Wood seat chairs per
set of 0 1 65
Bedroom suits 12 60
Springs, , 1 M
well made 4 60
Baby carriages, 2 to. 18 60
UNDERTAKING has our
prompt and careful attention at
HARMON & WALCOTT.
I. D. Price, of Liberty township,
was in the city Monday.
Frank and Sam Heller, of Toledo,
spent Sunday in this city.
Real estate agent Strohl, of Tole
do, was in the city Monday.
Rev. Slairle and Rev. Donahey ex
changed pulpits last Sabbath.
Lots of new dress goods and trim
mings at Geo. H. Rohrs St Bro's. 2t
Ex-Countv Recorder Durbin, of
Damascus township, was In the city
A new line of all wool challies.
Don't forget to see them at Horn &
Notwithstanding the bad weather
the town was full ol country people
Dr. Andrew Sherman, of Chicago,
spent several days In the city during
the past week.
Japanese jointless matting, all new
designs, from 15 to 85o per yard, at
Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro's. 2t
The citv was In darkness Saturday
and Sunday nights, on account of a
break-down at tne lignt worns.
Ex-county treasurer John C. Mo-
Lain and wife, of Damascus town
ship, spent Saturday in the city.
A blir assortment of trarden ana
field seeds at Bradley's. He is head
quarters for all kinds of seeds. tf
Alliance, which has had prohibi
tion of the liquor trafflo for three or
four years, has restored the saloon.
Talk mav be cheap in some Instanc
es, but the Ohio legislature costs the
people pver a thousand dollars a day.
Senator Hill is receivinar praise only
from republicans on aoconnt of his
recent Bpeech against the Wilson bill.
Miss Hoasdand has improved her
residence by putting on a new roof
and painting the exterior '' of the
house. ' .
There are but 46 cases on the dock
et in Fulton county for the May term
of court of common pleas. Ko har
vest there for lawyers.
Parasols and umbrellas our assort
ment is the largest and our prices are
the lowest. t
2t : Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro.
The Presbyterian congregation
have retained Rev. Donahey for
another year, which will be pleasant
news for his many friends. .
W have lust onened nn a laree in-
voroe of fine sateens in very pretty
styleB, and 25 per cent, cheaper than
heretofore, at Norden & Bruns. 2t
MftHsra. 'Prank Wilnnn. Henrv fiarv.
T.,ll,.a ra.nll Bo,n Pmiin T "Ft Ttif.
er and Albert Thiesen attended o K.
of r. initiation at xienance, last Sat
H. C. Groschner. Napoleon, Ohio,
dealer in slate, tin and steel roofing.
Tin and calvenized spouting! done on
snort notice. worK ana quality oi
material guaranteed. 4t
Don't think that because it is be
ginning to grow warmer we do not
need subscription wood. We burn
wood all summer, so bring it right
along we'll use it.
The wife of Will Goache died quite
suddenly Saturday morning last at
Richfield Center. The funeral took
place on Monday. She leaves a hus
band and two small omiaren.
A medical man has found out that
dismal weather has a bad effect upon
the reasoning powers as well as upon
the spirits. He says his deductions
made upon cloudy days often prove
to be faulty. .
A bill has been introduced into the
Ohio House of Representatives to
compel all druggists who keep whisky
for sale, to pay $250 Dow tax. The
State treasury needs more money and
needs it badly.
Smith Jenkins. Jno. Bradford, Wil
lis Loch, Frank Jones, Peter Pauff,
Chas. Roy, and F, H. French, of
Deshler, were here this week, sum
moned as witnesses in the case of
State of Ohio vs. Jas. M. Laroom.
Lowell and Hartford are thebest all
wool carpets made. We have just
received a big stock of new spring
patterns and we sell them all at 59o a
yard; otner stores get w ana 7SO. csee
them at Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro's. 2t
Mrs. Henry Kahlo and daughter
returned from California, Monday
evening last. Mr. Kahlo is in Colora
do in the interest of the book "The
Worlds' Congress of Religious" for
which he is the publishers' general
agent. Toledo Record. . ,
The deputy state supervisors of
elections met Monday to make pro
visions for tne special election on tne
question of issuing bonds for water
works and electrio light plant, to be
held on the 14th day of May, wmcn
had been certified up to them by the
Countv orders in Fulton county are
being endorsed "not paid for want Of
funds." This is the sequel to Ful
ton's low tax rate for the past few
years. The republicans have been
deceiving the people. No wonder
the people are rebelling aeainst the
party of high protection in benighted
p ulton, . i ' i . . ;
Deputy State Food Commissioner
Palmer will not ask for a reappoint
ment after the expiration of his pres
ent term, wmoh is sometime in way,
He has made a faithful official and the
department can ill afford to do with
out him. Mr. P. thinks of embarking
in the newspaper business and is
looking up a republican paper to pur
chase, . . ,
GREEN HICKORY fOK
The Pork House will still
Receive Meat to Me
or cure, during the next two
E. R. COWDMCK
Dr. Backus, of Grand Rapids, was
in town Tuesday.
See Xthe new line of towels for 25
cents at Horn & Norden's. - 2t
H.Biederstadt, of Marlon township,
was in the city on Saturday.
A new bank has been organized at
Ottawa by W. Harper, of Lima.
Our styles are right and onr prices
are just. M. Reiser, Jr., the shoe
Dr. Chas. Harrison and wife re
turned from their eastern trip last
Blessed he blessed though he may
be undeserving who has the love of
a good woman.
The infirmary directors will paint
the new large barn just built on the
The peach trees are in full bloom,
and don't look much like the buds
had been frozen. ,
Misses Hencrstler and Blanchard.
of Defiance, spent Sunday with
friends in this city.
See our ladies and childrens fine
shoes and slippers at lowest prices, at
Geo. II. Rohrs & Bro's.: 2t
Paulding wishes to vote on local
option, or at least a petition is being
circulated to that end.
Pocket book found. Owner can
have the same by calling at this office
and claiming property.
Strictly first-class reliable kid
gloves, all colors.
at HORN 6? JNORDBIT. "
Bovs confirmation suits, nrinn &.
$6, $8, $9 or $10, most of the $8 and
$10 grade. 2t Geo. Hahn.
Miss Grace Haven returned to her
home in Ann Arbor Tuesday, after
a week's visit at the home of R. B.
Bv a law recently enacted, barbed
wire line fences are prohibited with
out the consent of adjacent property
Peter Donnelly has returned from
the Jefferson Medical College, ,of
Philadelphia, and will spend his sum
mer recess in this city.
We see it stated in some of our ex
changes that the assessors are listinsr
all bicycles at from $25 to $50. Are
our assessors doing the same?
H. C. Groschner. Napoleon. Ohio.
deale r in all kinds of hardware, stoves
and tinware. Buggies, surreys, carts
and all kinds of farm implements. Ini
The Putnam county commissioners
were in session with our board at the
commissioners' office in this city, ' on
Friday last, upon joint ditch matters.
We sell the W. C. C. corset. They
are the best fitting corset; try them
and you will wear no other. For sale
only at Geo. H. Rohrs and Bro's. 2t
Wm. Hoff, formerly with Ulrich &
Sons, has entered the employ of H.
C. Groschner, where he invites his
old friends to call and see him. Slate
and tin roofiing done with dis
Miss Katie Binger, of Napoleon, who
has been visiting Mrs. Henry Holter
man and family, returned home Sat
urday. Mrs. Holterman accompanied
her to Toledo where she spent "Sun
day. Wapakoneta Democrat.
The new Kansas ballot law requires
tnat "tne lower nmDs or tne voter as
high up as the kneea shall be visible
from the outside while the voter is in
booth preparing his ticket, the lower
part of the booth having been left
open for that purpose."' This will be
rather tough on Jerry and Mrs. Lease.
Geo. Eggers, Jr., has purchased the
old Joe Stout place, north of the rail
road, from Mayor Meekison. Mr. Eg
gers intends to rebuild the partiallv
destroyed brick house and make a
fine dwelling of it, into which he will
move sometime next fall. This will
be a big improvement to that part of
The wife of John Fahringer died
at their home in Liberty town
ship, on Friday last, of dropsy and
blood poison. Mrs. F. was acred 48
years at the time of her death. She
was born in Ulinton county, Fenn.,
and moved to this state about 10
years ago. , She leaves a kind and
sorrowing husband to mourn her de-
parture. ; : " ,
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The eaBt bound limited passenger
narrowly escaped a wreck at Hamler
last Wednesday afternoon. Several
lumber cars on the side track did not
clear the main track, and struck the
passenger train taking the sides on of
the baggage car, smoker and two of
the coaches. Several nersons were
seriously injured from pieces of flying
tmiDer ana glass. ; ;., ... .-
Buyyour carpets and curtains of
us. We have a large stock to select
from ana at greatly reduced prices.
Call in before yonr Day.
t - JNORDBN SS BRUNS.
II i w
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Use4 in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard t
The best 10 cents ladies ribbed
summer under vests at Horn b Nor
Big assortment of mens and boys
shoes at a saving to you, at Geo. H
Rohrs & Bro's. . 2t
A goodly number of Napoleonites
took in "Peek's Bad Boy" at Holgate
Dr. Barnhill has had for guests
during the past week a brother and
sister, of Find lay.
A bank check not presented within
a reasonable time for collection, be
William Jeakle returned to Napo
leon Sunday, having spent the win
ter in other climes.
The county auditors along the line
will assess the Wabash railroad for
taxes at Toledo on May 8th.
Defiance cast as many votes this
artrlnc at tfia Amnrtinpri vnf A nf Xfl.
poleon, Bryan and Wauseon.
We are showing beautiful laces for
dress trimmings in black and cream.
2t Horn & Nordek.
-Chas. Evers and Henry Rohrs have
been visiting in Washington, Phila
delphia and New York during the
past week. -
Carpets are like other goods, they
are cheaper this spring, and we are
in position to take the advantage of
this spring's market. We can sell you
the best all wool carpets at 59c a yard.
2t Geo. a. kohrs & uaa
A bill has been introduced in the
Legislature to grant a pension of $15
per month to all teachers who have
taught in the public schools for twenty-five
years. The bill may have some
good features, but with the State on
the ragged edg of bankruptcy, it
looks like a case of robbing Peter to
pay Paul. . , :.. . . '. ;
Moire, ribbons And laces for trim
mings, pest , line at tiorn as isor
den's. '; 2t
' -rFOR .
Guaranteed for 5
Always the best values in handker
chiefs at Horn & Norden's. 2t !
There is always room for the
suspicions of persons who are chron
ically suspicious. '
Messrs.- Arthur' Harrison, Carl
Groschner and Ray Heller returned
to Ann Arbor Tuesday morning. -
We are selling the very best of fine
shoes, nothing.to equal them in Na
poleon. 8t - M. Reiser, Jr.
Ladies it will interest you to call
and see the attractive display of styl
ish millinery at Mrs. Frease's
now. , tf
Two nf iha .rnnintees of the Mavor
of Toledo, recenty made, are tainted
with criine one for stabbing and the
other for robbery.
A 11 nmnrlo anlr? fLT. rAA. TT. Rrthr Xr.
Bro's., are sold cheaper than you can
buy the same goods elsewhere, but
are sold for cash and cash only. 2t
The House has passed a bill which
changes the beginning of otounty sur
veyors' terms from the first Monday
in January to the first Monday in
Mrs. Frank Greeley, of Holgate,
was called to Logansport, Ind., on
Thursday last, on business, she was
accompanied by her sister, Mrs. J.
D. Beal, of Lansing, Mich.
Farmers in Big Spring township,
Seneca county, conclude that the
purchase of too much farm machin
ery, has kept them poor. One in
stance is mentioned of a fanner In
moderate circumstances paying- $500
for binders in . two seasons. Takes
lots of wheat to make such invest
ments profitable, '
- An exchange says the farmer who
signs a petition for a tariff on wool
deserves to have it,, With wool stead
ily falling under the McKinley bill the
past several years.iand he, unable ' to
o-nt his eves oDen. it will take the en
tire bottom out of the wool market to
teach him that he is being played by
the plutocrats for a suoKer.
Honors World's Fair.
L SI 1
LiYeiy and Feed Stable
Back Again at tie Old Stand.
Willdo a general II very and feed busi
ness. Riggs tosulteveryclassof trade.
Prompt attention to wants of farmers
aDd transients iu way of horcecare.
Teat Tea! Tea!
Tea drinkers will find the best teas
in the market at Bradley's, and at
low prices. tf
Miss Duff was in Toledo Monday.
is improving his
The star bakery have Dlaced wag
on the road.
Judge! Handv adiourned coort on
Tuesday to June 1st.
Chas. Osborne, of Flatroek
ship, was in the city Tuesday.
Good hemp carpeting onlv 10c ner
yard, at Geo. H. Rohrs & Bro's. 2t
Paints cheaper than ever at Hum
phrey's "Old Reliable" drug store. 4t
Mrs. Chas. Yeager. of Wauseon.
visited in the city during the past
week. , -, ,
The countv commissioners are hav
ing some of the rooms in the court
Remember Eoworth League enter
tainment this Wednesday evening at
m. a. unurcn.
The warm rains during the past
week has wonderfully revived the
wheat and grass.
New stock and new styles wall paper
and room moulding at Humphrey's
corner arug store.
Quite a number of our young folks
took in the Bon Ton Club dance at
Defiance Monday night.
Call at Kolbe Sisters and see
the beautiful line of trimmed
hats. . 2t
Senator Brice has donated another
$2,000 to the Lima college, making a
total endowment of $5,000.
Don't fail to hear the Ufer Bros.
play on the zitherh at the M. E.
Church this Wednesday evening.
The Board of Eealth has selected
L. V. Betson as health officer, and
Mr. B. has entered upon his dnties.
Probate Judge Cuff adjudged Fred.
Dirr, of Pleasant Bend, insane Tues
day. The unfortunate man was tak
en to the asylum at Toledo.
was ever shown
Rohrs & Bro.
the best value that
for the money.
2t Geo. H.
A colored young lady will graduate
from the Paulding schools this year,
the first in the history of the schools,
notwithstanding Fauldmg has a large
More diseasesare produced by using
brown and perfumed soaps than by
any thing else. Why run such terri
ble risks when you know Dobbins'
Electric soap is sure and perfect.
Dobbins' prevents hand from chapping-
Buy McCormick, all steel binders
and mowers, the world renowned king
of harvesters, also Moline check row
er corn planters, sulkey walking and
riding cultivators'. The best in the
world. H. C. Groschker, Ag't.
lm , Napoleon, O.
There are Sarsaparillas and Sar
saparillas; but if you are not careful
in your purchase, this disease you
wish to cure will only be intensified.
Be sure you get Ayer's Sarsaparilla
and no other. It is compounded from
the Honduras root and other highly
concentrated alteratives. i
. It didn't take "Peck"' Tyler long to
make himself heard in Toledo. ..He
was elected one of the three inspect
ors of the Ann Arbor railroad py the
stock holders last Thursday. This
election nearly brought about a free
fight between the stock and bond
holders, and was the direct cause of
the disruption in the ranks of the
Ann Arbor capitalists.
' . FOR KOVELTIES AND
A beautiful line of hajts, eaps, flowers,.
etc Call and see them before
; ' buying elsewhere. 2b
Moire and Pongee silks in all the
new shades, just in at Horn & Nor
den's. . 2t
Engineers and firemen of the Wa
bash railroad have .come to an agree
ment with the company in regard to
the new wage schedule, which goes
intoeffeot May 1. Concessions have
been made by both sides and no furth
er trouble is anticipated.., xne con
ductors and brakemen, who, likewise.
are affected by the new schedule, are
yet to have a conference with the of
ficials of the road. Toledo Commer
Bourdon and Irish Guipure laces
in black and cream are one of the
latest oltrimmings out.
.Horn & Nohden.
Some men were betting on the
weight of a large mule, when one man,
wno wae a gooa juttge ti lire stocn,
got behind the mule, and was measur
lng his hind quarters, when something
anDeared to loosen ud behind the mule.
Just before the expert died, from the
kick in the ribs, he gave it as his
opinion that If the mule was as Heavy
all over as he was behind, he weighed
not far from 47,000 pounds and a trifle
over. PeOBle who buy their clothing,
hats, eaps and furnishing goods of
HenrV) Meyer, never have cause to
kick. - A word to the wise is sufficient.
The "Coaching" is the name of our
best seller in stiff hats. It is a very
I new shape and pretty.
2t . . Geo. Hahn,
i CALL AT
! OUR GALLERY
Aea'eeetne taemt Csamel CaMaeta f
for eniy l.w per aoea. floats f
Kuamal altnaai 1 ikiuui
pardexaa.anel wegflarantea them as
no aa any auda la toe larger aulas.
4 ! fmme Monldlna a4
3 framaa at bottom pnane.
Avi i.i aits '
And Baby plctaraaaaealty.
3 0. W. GAUD3EK.
THS MEYERS' ?ILL
Placing the County Conmlsalonert tf this
r County on a Salary.
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Hon. J. F. Meyers has furnished us
with his bill, which we believe is now
a law, placing the county commis
sioners upon a salary of $1,000 each
per year: . i
r I A.'BILLt
To supplement section 997 of the Re
vised Statutes of Ohio, as amended
April 24, 1893.! . '
Section 1. Be It enacted by the
General Assembly of the State of
Ohio, That the following section be
enacted as supplementary to section
897 of the Revised Statutes, as
amended April 24, 1893.
Sec. 897e. In counties which by
the last preceding federal census had
a population of not less than 25,050
nor more than 25,100, - or which at
any subsequent federal census may
have such population, each county
commissioner shall devote hia
time to the duties of his office, and
biiiwi receive a salary at the rate of
one thousand dollars
be paid in monthly installments upon
the warrant of the county auditor;
said salary shall be In full payment
for all services rendered, mileage or
SEC. 3. This act shall ink a off
and be in force from and after January
Edward Newman was convlctprt rf
burglary in the court of common pleas
on Monday and sentenced to thepen
itentary for one year. Sheriff Deck
er will take his prisoner to the Pen.
Notice of marriage, like evervltinir alia.
acqnire a style of tbeir own. In marriage
notices of old time 'amiable' Mem to have
beta favorite a term aa "beaotif nl and ac
complished" now is. While words have
changed, bowtver, th ideas hare been alwayB
Here nr some examples;
The 16th inst. Mr William
of Rev Mr. Samuel Checkley, of Boston, wan
uinnmu io m,tg roMy jjraiiaton, a young
lady of genteel Acquirement and of a most
Amiable Disposition. Old Boston paper,
plished Miss Abasail Grant, daughter of the
lnte Alexander Grant. ISaa . a lHv of ratal
merii, and highly qualified to render the
connubial state supremely happy .Old Boa
ton nanAf. Mav M
Th onng lady mentioned in the foffow
intr notice in a New Hamnahiae paper, in
178, mnat have felt flattered.
Married In this town, on Sunday evpn
lng laat, by Rev. Dr. Haven, Mr. Mark Simea,
Esq., Depnty EoatmABtor. 6t0., to the Kle-
Sranuy JTrMtv and Aminhlv nli.a lMi.o.
Mary Ann Bloont, yonngeot daughter ot the!
vaiik onn mount, of .Little tiarbonr.
In those days the mn were Citii-n Bach
elors, atad the girls all Amiable. Here are
a oouDle more, or two couple more, from a
At Concord; F.h. fur Wr nil norA 1 Tt
Citizen Bachelor of Hanover, N. H., to the
Amiable Mi Robiaon. At Longuieadow.
Mr. John M. Dunham, Citizen Bachelor and
Printer, aforesaid, tj the Amiable Misa
A big Saving , for f In ribbons,
you at Hern 'St' J Iff-co"f
xtj and kid
.Norden s ( gloves. 2t
Men's Town Talk
We Lead , Others Follow 1 1
Shoes, Tfl A TiTlTT I 1 Bhoe8'
$1.50. filjJ:ti,I S2.00
Opposite J. C.
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NEVER KIP KNEE PANTS
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VHJirUX. Saa4 (or Baadseme Catalogu H. W. PEARS, Prtaidtat, LIMA. O,
. - Obituary. -
. Mary Jane, wife of Cba. B. Fahr
inger, waa born la Clinton eounty,
Pennsylvania, March 22nd, 1848, was
married to C. B. Fahringer February
4th, 1874, and died near Liberty Cen
ter, Henry eounty, April 20th, 1894,
aged 44 years and 28 day a. Mrs. Fahr
inger waa a devoted christian lady
and died in peace with her God. She
leaves a husband and many warm
friends. Funeral services were eon
ducted by Rey. Geo. Miller at Liberty
Center, at the Reform Chureh In the
presence of a very large and sympa
thizing congregation, after which her
remains were laid away in tha Young
eemetry. . -
Goacbeb On April 21, 1894, Mary
Goachee, wife of Wm. Goachee, aged
21 years, 8 months and 2 days. She
was a daughter of Urias Kunkelman
and was born in Miami eounty,
Ohio, on Aug. 21, 1878-, and waa unit
ed in marriage to William Goachee
on Sept 25, 1891. '
Card op Thanks.
We desire to return our sincere
thanka to our many friend for their
kindness and help during the sickness
of our wife and daughter. We can
assure them that their kind acta are
W. D. Randall, of Lihertv Center
has been granted an increase of pen
sion. Special attraction of Leagtre enter
tainment; music on the zitbern by
the Ufer Bros.
Mrs. R. L. Magee. of Brieeton. O..
spent Sunday with her father, A. H.
uory, oi Harrison township.
Ladies don't forget that we are sole
agents for D. Armstrong's-fine shoes,
notning in town can toucn tnem.
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and America. Doctor
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,-ot Medical and Suwcal
Dr. KnlbhofTs original metiioda of treating
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Nsnratsi. Fits, D?Fpcp?ia, Vi-i. Rheumatism.
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chitis and Consumption, Brain, Jtervouaand
PRIVATE & SEXUAL DISEASES
Cared under a guarantee and forfeit at
Ol OOO for fallnre. Lost Manhood, Spermatorr
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ly and permanently cured by an orijpnaf and
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shortest possible time without hindmnce from,
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failed. Low charges and consultation sacredly
confidential. Hours 9 to 12 n.ra., 1 to 4 D jn.. 7 to
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town patients treated with unfciliiitr snccesa
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