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DEMOCRATIC) NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, O., DECEMBER 20, 1894.
IT. TormeVker, Jr.
A Mere Skeleton
Very Much Reduced After
Hood's Sarsaparllla Soon Cave Ap
tlte and Healthy Digestion.
C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. :
" Gentlemen: In December last, I ni
stricken down with the grip, and cannot express
By suffering. When the disease left me, I was
weak and had little hope of recovery. I wis
was a mere skeleton; had no appetite, and
Everything I Ate Distressed Me.
My wife called my attention to Hood's Sarsapa
rllla. I told the doctor I thought I would begin
to take It, and he said It might do me good. So
I began, and the first dose of Hood's Sarsapa-
rllla seemed to give me a desire for food. I con-
tlnued to improve, and, to make a long story
short, I was soon able to attend to my business,
I owe all to Hood's Sarsaparllla. and think II
should be kept In every home. " F. W. Voiuuus
bb, Jr., 130 Brooklyn St., Cleveland, Ohio.
Hood's Pills aro the best after- dinner pills.
assist digestion, cure headache. 23o. per box.
COUNTY NEWS NOTES.
Items Garnered by Our Corps
In. lie Yarions Localities In the County
All communications must reach thhi office not
Inter than uc3sv evening to insure insertion
Tbe proprietor of tola paper will not be held re
sponsible for theoplulouBof 1U oorrespondentB.)
DEC. 18, '04. F. M. Rhynard and
Frank Bowers were in Napoleon Fri
day on business.
A. F. Rochte made a business trip
to Toledo Tuesday.
Miss Hattie Mooney, who has been
staying in Toledo for the past three
months, returned home Monday.
Miss Lillie Rowland is visiting
friends in Jefferson county.
D. A. Weaks was in Napoleon
Frank Light, of Toledo, was in this
city laBt week.
D. Mines, of Holgate, spent last
week visiting friends in this vicinity.
J. W. Butler, of West Hope, was in
L. W. Burwell made a business trip
to Napoleon Thursday.
T. K. Clark has purchased a fine
"Prof." George Heller was in Grand
Mrs. Jane Heetr, who has been
visiting relatives and friends in Cov
ington, Ky., for the past six weeks,
arrived in this city last Tuesday and
from here she went to Grelton where
she will spend a few weeks visiting
friend and relatives. From there she
will return to her home in Toledo.
Harvey Light has returned from
Emlenton, Pa., where he has been put
ting in a creamery plant.
Prof. Canfield is instructing anoth
er class in vocal music in the U. B.
Mrs. Daniel Counselman is recover
from an attack of typhoid fever.
M. A. Gibson gave a free lecture on
temperance in the M. E. church Sat
urday evening and in the U. B.
church Sunday evening.
The Good Templars gave an oyster
supper Saturday night in the I. O. G.
We wonder what Prof. John Ragan
drives down east so often for. "Must
be some attraction." What is it John!
T. J. Moore spent Sunday with
friends in Toledo.
Bert Kiner. of West Hope, was in
. this burg Monday. Torsr.
Dec. 18th, '94. Miss Mary Thome
returned from a three months visit at
Cleveland, O., and other little towns
in that vicinity. Mary will now con-
tinue on her study in music under
Prof. J. F. Kinstle. ,
J. F. Kinstle made a business trip
to Toledo last Saturday.
Miss Girtie Thome, of Lorain, is
visiting relatives at this place.
Mrs. Helena Flenning, of Wheeling,
j W. V., is visiting relatives and friends
at this place.
Mathias and Joseph Thome were
over to Defiance last Saturday.
Frank E. Smith was in court before
. Squire Kinstle last Monday. 4
Dr. Francis Walter is down with
typhoid fever. We hope he will soon
recover. Jim D.
Cold at this writing, and it is hoped
that we will soon see snow instead of
. Emil Kleiner, of Toledo, is in this
vicinity painting views of farm resi
dences etc. ,
Jacob Mandly, who left his home
not stating where he was, going, re
turned to his home Sunday. All his
friends bid him a hearty welcome and
are very glad to see him among them
Hattie Stuckey, of Creston, 0., is
visiting friends and relatives in this
vicinity at present, and will stay un
til after the holidays.
E1L Mesehberger and J. H. ofzing-
er, the EUuwood poultry buyers, are
busy buying poultry this week.
Win. Qottchich, of Creston, O., has
been staying with Conrad Sigg for
Fred W. Schulty Jr. was at Arch-
bold on business Saturday.
Jacob Kleck, of this place, is in
Adams Co., Ind., visiting at present.
R. Kagle was the guest of M. E.
Jocob Mandly and R. Buehrer were
at Defiance Monday on business.
S. C. Nofzinger, jeweler ol fciin-
wood, removed to Archbold. his for
mer place of business. X. Y. Z.
Dec. 18, '94. Wm. Abbs and . wife
were called to Payne, Paulding Co.,
Friday by the death of a grand
daughter, George Kigar's daughter.
Charles Harmes will now move on
Mr. Abbs place east of the Corners in
a few days,
Joseph Smith has moved back to
his house at the Corners, from the
Abbs place where he has been living
for several' years,
Harry Grafflo moves from here to
the south part of the county in a day
or so. --whore he intends going into
the well and block wheel business.
Meetings which have been in pro
gress at the Corners for two or three
weeks, closed eunaay evening.
Are escaped bv the use of Humph
revs' Specific No. 15. The infallible
cure for rheumatism, sciatica ana
lumbago. For sale by all druggists,
WHEN WOMEN REGISTER.
When the women corno to voting
And to giving names and ages.
There'll be lots of funny capers
On those registration pages.
Whether she's a Miss or Mrs.
Will .annoy tho registrars.
Asking won't ba safe they'd rather
Rend the answer in the stars.
Ab for aRes if the question
Must bo asked tho man without
Faith in truthfulness of answers
Bud best not display his doubt.
He'll put down tho sweet voiced answers,
Ask not if they ro what they soem.
And, for public satisfaction,
Use perhaps this little scheme:
Mark tho age, when "claimed," In this
Each "refused la answer" so ()
And all ages that are "sworn to"
With three daggors in a row -Hi).
Detroit Free Press
WEIGHT OF BIRDS' HEARTS.
They Are Heavier In Proportion Than
Those of Animals.
Most people will bo surprised to loam
that the hearts of birds are far heavier
proportionately than the hearts of ani
mals, including man, but a little ox
planatiou will show that this is quite
natural. The more tho body works the !
greater the domaud upou the heart, upon
which falls the duty of driving the
blood through the body; hence the heart i
develops and becomes heavier. Every
body knows that birds Ore among the
most active and hard working of living
oreatures. The swallow can overtake au
express train. The falcon will carry a
load weighing three pounds in . tho air
without hindrance to its power of flight
or its speed. Iu short, they have a tre
mendous capacity for work.
The celebrated ornithologist, Marey,
states that a sea gull weighing 1)4
pounds is capable of performing in one
second work equivalent to raising a
weight of nine pounds one yard high. A
man weighing 130 pounds, to be equal
to the sea gull, would have to lift 780
pounds one yard high in one second. If
a man becomes an athlete or carries
heavy toads, his heart grows propor
tionately. No wonder, therefore, that
the hearts of our active feathered friends'
are strikingly heavy as compared with
the bulk of their bodies.
The average weight of the human
heart iu normal circumstances is five-one-thousandths
of the total weight of
the body. Dr. Carl Parrot has lately
weighed the hearts of various animals
and birds and has found the averages to
be as follows, the figures representing
the one-thousandth parts of the total
weight: Pig, 4.52; ox, 4.59; sheep, C.01;
horse, 6.81. The domestio animals thus
come fairly olose to man. Tho wild
roobnek has au exceedingly heavy heart
Most birds are a long way ahead of
animals. The carrier pigeon comes out
at 12.25; the common sparrow, 16.22;
the hobby, au extremely active species
of falcon, 16.98, and the song thrush,
25. The heart of the last named is thus
five times heavier than that of man in
comparison with the total weight.
Pittsburg Times. .
This subject has been somewhat close
ly studied by Professor Klossovsky, di
rector of the observatory at Odessa, who
has published a paper on the annual
distribution of thunderstorms over the
His observations show that a high
temperature, a certain degree of humid
ity and a considerable amount of rain
fall are the chief agents favoring the
developments of thunderstorms. A col
ored map which acocompanies Prof essor
Klossovsky's paper shows the existence
of a zone of olectrio activity of great in
tensity on both sides of tho equator,
and this is also the zone of greatest rain
fall. The zone is divided into three sec
tions, the first embracing Asia and
Oceania, Indo-Chiua and the Sunda
isles to New Guinea. Over this zone
tha yearly average of thunderstorms is
90 to 100. The second zone starts from
the west coast of Africa between C and
10 degrees north latitude and 5 degrees
to 10 degrees south latitude, while the
third zone comprises the tropical regions
of Amerioa between 20 degrees and 23
degrees north latitude, where the mean
annual number of storms exceeds 100.
To the north of this zone, which is
termed tho eleotrio equator, the storms
decrease in number until the deserts of
Africa, Egypt, Persia and central Asia
aro reaohed, where the, rainfall is scanty
and thunderstorms rare. To the north
of the zone of deserts,, especially over
the continents of Europe and Asia, the
electric activity is somewhat increased.
The data collected from the high lati
tudes of the southern hemisphere refer
principally to the Falkland islands,
where the average number of storms is
only fone, . .. .
THEIR TEXT THE REMARKABLE VA
GARIES Or LUCK.
Senator Wolcotf. Lucky Draw In tha
Brace" Game The Old Red Ear Story
Retold la Coadensed Form Tha Person
al Confession of On of "the Company."
"I suppose Senator Wolcott is one of
the coolest men living when engaged in
a game of chance, " said Albert Watson
of Denver. ' 'Like most men whose early
manhood has been spent on the frontier,
be learned the value of a poker hand and
the best way to keep cases as soon as he
learned law, and he was known as a 'lim
it' player all over Colorado before hia
fame as a lawyer had spread outside of
Denver. When playing faro, he always
did and does yet bet as much on the
turn of a card as the dealer will allow
him to, and when he sits in a poker
game the other people want to keep
their eyes wide open and play their
cards mighty close up to their chests.
Wolcott once found mmseil in a
g&ue of poker where three of the other
players were playing a sure game. They
were professionals and were after a big
bundle of money that he had in his poa
session as well as looking for that which
the fifth player, a mining, operator
named Durkin, was known to have.
Wolcott knew in 20 minutes after the
first hand was dealt that the intention
was to rob mm and wearied nis wits
trying to find a way out of the game
without making trouble, but he couldn't
discover a means to save him. At last
ho was dealt a pat flush of diamonds
made up of the 6, 7, 8, 9 and jack. He
skinned those cards over and did
mighty piece of thinking. Ho felt in his
bonus that a flush would be no account
in the world when it came to a show
down, but he chipped in and staid to
draw cards. To his surprise, he wasn't
raised before tho draw.
"He looked ovor his bright rod dia
monds and concluded to draw a card, in
order, if possible, to strengthen tho se
quence. He pondered a long time ba
tween discarding the 5 Epot or the pic
ture, and at last tossed away tho jack
and called for a card. Tho dealer looked
surprised at his wanting any, but gave
him the card. Wolcott picked it up and
found he had got the 6 spot of dia
monds. He never turned a hair. The
betting bgan, and he nursed his se
quence of diamonds and just staid
along, letting the other fellows do the
raising. At last it got down to Wolcott
and one of the professionals. Finally
there was a call, and the other man
showed four queens. Wolcott laid down
the 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 of diamonds, and
swept iu the pot. The game stopped
right there. I reckon that was the great
est piece of luck that any man ever had
in a poker game.
When Mr. Watson had concluded his
interesting recital and the wonderful
draw had been expatiated upon, one of
his listeners remarked that ho reckoned
it was his deal. "This is a story of luck,
too," he remarked, "but of a different
character from that experienced by Sen
ator Wolcott. A friend of mine who
lives out in Maryland was playing in a
little poker game not long ago. The
paraphernalia of the game was primi
tive, consisting of a single well thumbed
deck of steamboat cards, with grains of
corn for chips. My friend was followed
by a regular tempest of bad luck, and
his corn was down to a very few grains.
Ho agitated his mind for a minute or
two nnd then suddenly announced that
he had forgotten to give his horse water
and would have to do it. He went out of
the house, and being familiar with the
premises made his way to the cornhouse,
and putting in his hand in the dark got
an ear of corn and put it in his pocket.
Then he went to the 6table, after mak
ing a big noise at the pump to let the
fellows inside believe he was moistening
his animal, and returned m a few min
utes to the house. Ho sat down and pro
ceeded to pull out the 'chips' he had
placed in his pocket when he left, and
which he had substantially added to
meantime. You can imagine his con
sternation when ho found that he drew
forth his original dozen whito 'ohips, '
with twice that many red. He had man
aged to find iu the dark the only red ear
in the cornhouse. "
"I'll make a personal confession after
that," said Henry Miller when the
laugh subsided. "Some years ago .1 was
prone now and then to indulge in the
delights of draw, and there was a friend
living near me, over in Georgetown,
afflicted with intermittent insanity of
the same sort that visited him at inter
vals coincident with my own. Conse
quently we usually hunted .the animal
together. One night we oame over this
side of the creek together and proceeded
to a place on Ninth street, where a pub
lic game,. with table stakes, was pretty
popular. Along about 11 o'clock we
both got broke and concluded to go
home. Tho night had grown stormy,
and it was sleeting like sin when we
left the 'club, ' as it was called. A search
revealed that we had but one car ticket
between us. The bobtail cars, without a
conductor, were then used on the Met
ropolitan line, and we conoeived the
highly original idea of splitting that
ticket in half and dropping the two
pieces iu the box. We boarded the last
car over and carried out our scheme.
You may knock me down if both pieces
didn't fall in the bos white side up.
The driver glanced at them and then
started to open the door, but wo both
made a break and got off the car. I
made up my mind there that my luck
was too utterly bad for a poker player,
and walking home through that blizzard
I determined to try no more poker, and
I haven't tonohed a card in a money
game siuce. "Washington Star.
Cheyenne is a word of doubtful origin.
Some say that it is from the Indian
sheyenne, meaning stranger; others that
it is Frenoh, from chien dog and that
the town in Wyoming of that name was
called so from the prairie dog villages
common on the plains.
Books That Float In Water.
A geologist who is well up in his
business can name a dozen or twenty
different specimens of rocks and miner
als that have loss speciflo gravity than
water, and which will, if tossed into
that element, float on the surfaoe. Hu
belite is one of the best known repre
sentatives of that class. The common
pumice stone is another example. The
rock with the very least speoifio gravity
known is "damari," a substance found
In an extinct volcano in Damaraland.
Its atomic weight is .5, or exactly one
half that of hydrogen, St. Louia Republic
Their Ware So Tamo That Tti.y Llko to
In Canton the fishmonger' is a most
important tratta The . C'hinamnn is
boru fisherman. Ho also hm tut ages
past cultivated a system of artificial
breeding and rearing of live fish for the
market In the shops were displayed
live and dead fish, fish fresh and salted,
smoked and preserved. One variety was
liko whitebait, iu baskets, graded from
tiny things not half an inch long to
what appeared to bo the same fish grown
8 or 9 inches in length. These wero sold
fresh salted and smoked. Shark fins are
a delicacy. Therowere fish mottled and
barred, bright and dull, fish of quaint
and to us unknown shapes, but fore
most, above all, and everywhere to be
seen, were the artificially grown live
A wonderful creature was this, al
ways appearing to suiter rrora neat,
gasping at the surface of the water for
breath and recalling V erdant Green a
fish that were beginning to sweat and
complain. They were as tame as domes
tio animals, seemiugly careless of being
knocked about, thrown from ponds into
boats, from boats into tubs, from tubs
into buckets and then back into tubs
again. They were used to being handled
and. inspected, and if disapproved put
back into the water to be sold, alive if
bought whole, or cut to pieces while
living and sold in bleeding chunks. A
thick, short fish is this, of the mullet
shapo. averaging about 15 inches in
length and weighing about 8 pounds,
but sometimes longer, and running up
in weight to as r.ih as 4 or even 6
When cut up, tney bleed like pigs,
and to show how freshly they are killed
the salesman is in tho habit of slicing a
live one into pieces, and with tho blood
smoaring all tho pieces for sale, so that
they look reeking and horrible to Eu
ropean eyes. 'To keep them alive in the
shops they are always placed in a largo
tub with a smoller vessel fixed above it
From the bottom of the upper vessel a
bamboo, with ono or two saw cuts in it,
cticks out, and from fchoso cats streams
of water flow in thin cascades into the
tub beneath. Every now and then, when
the upper vessel becomes empty, the fish
all rise to the surface, and glop, glop,
glop! take down both air and water.
Then an attendant, attracted by the
noise, plunges a bucket down among
them, and from the water in which they
swim fills the upper vessel full again.
FUEL FOR PARIS.
The i'cal rt-om Three Countries Is Mixed
t or Domestic Use.
Whenever possible the Seine is util
ized for the transportation of fuel to
Paris. Nearly all the great wholesale
firms have their yards in tho neighbor
hood of tho river. The railroads also
bring a great deal of wood and coal to
the city. As tho trains move slowly
through the yards of some of tho lines
of railroad the passengers can Bee in
closures filled with cord wood, store
houses of sacks of fuel; also cars loaded
with those sacks, which all seem to bo
of the same size. The opening of tho
sacks is secured by lacings of cord, and
the cords fastened by leads. Here also
may be seen, stored on cars, large un
perforated briquettes for uso in' engines
and manufactories. ' Alocg the embank
ment cf.tho Soine may bo seen hundreds
of cords of wood piled in such regular
order that one could well bolieve that
the spacings were measured off with a
Tho coal is from English, French and
Belgium mines. Sometimes the three
kinds are mixed for use in the kitchen
The shops for the sale of fuel by retail
are almost as numerous as the bakeries.
They are always neat, and the wood,
coal and kindlings are arranged in a
most artistic manner. The wood is piled
so as to show the evenly sawed ends.
The samples of coal are arranged in
glass dishes, and in some of the shops,
where orders are taken for the whole
sale places, wood is arranged in the
windows and decorated with growing
moss and ferns. Indeed the chief aim of
the French shopkeeper is to make his
shop attractive. Ladies' Home Jour
nal. Cold Weather Suggestions.
As cold weather approaches women
try to devise means for preventing hands
and lips from chapping. An excellent
remedy to prevent chapping is cold
cream. A manicure says that it whitens
the skin more than any preparation. It
has taken the place of the old time rem
edy mutton suet. It should he well
rubbed into the skin, and gloves, pref
erably white, slipped on. The palms of
tho gloves should be slit in several places
to allow the air and prevent cramps of
the muscles, and the finger tips clipped
off. Vaseline should never he allowed to
touch the hands. It turns the skin yel
low and loaves a stain on the nails that
is hard to clear away.
In winter cold water should be used
sparingly. Its action roughens the skin
unpleasantly. Tepid water, with a very
few drops of household ammonia and a
good lather of castile or borax soap, is
advisable. If the hands are inclined to
redness, the trouble lies in the way of
circulation, and slight gymnastics will
A Case of Step-love.
The girl with the level brows was
talking to the man with the Roman nose.
"I don't understand you, "she said
"I asked you if you thought my love
"No, it is impossible. Yon are not
my ideal. '
"I don't want to be. Please don't in
terrupt me again. I merely wanted to
know if m7 earnest, devoted love
"It would not. You are too old. Be
sides, as I said before, you are not my;
"Hang idealsl I want to marry your
mother and be your stepfather. Now, do
you understand?" Detroit Free Press.
Carnivorous animals seldom produoe
more than two young at a birth.
A Terrlflo Shook.
Mrs. Bangleton was reading of a
street car accident in Chicago to .her
"The cars ran togother, " she said,
"and Miss Wabash, who was standing
in the aisle, was thrown from her feet
"Gee whiz," exclaimed her husband,
"those cars must have been going a
hundred miles an hour I "Detroit Free
A IM.rn.tKl Wlti
A witness iu describing an event said,
"The person I saw at tho head of the
stairs was a man with one eye named
"Wiat was the name of the other
other eye?" spitefully asked tho oppos
Tho witness was disgusted with the
levity cf the audience. Ohio Legal
Many hundreds of manuscripts have
been recovered at Pompeii They were
charred rolls, but by the exercise of pa
tience and ingenuity some have been
unrolled and read Nothing of impor
tance has been discovered iu their con
A young lady who was iu a hurry to
take a train and wanted to buy 3 small
shopping bag walked into a wholesale
establishment by mistake.
"Will you show me a bag, pieaM
she began, but the clerk interrupted her
We sell nothing at retail," he said.
"I could only let you have bags by the
"Dear mo! Not one bag?"
"No, madam. I'm very sorry. "
"And I'm in such a hurry 1 Well!"
She turned toward the door, and her
eyo was canght by a sample bag ou the
Ah," she exclaimed, "that's oxnetly
the bag I wanM Couldn't yon sell me
the twelfth of a dozen?" ,
She got her bag. Youth's Compan
"Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your
Thetrathfnl, dtnrtlingtilleof s. book nhont
No-to bao. the only harmless . guaranteed to
bacco habit core. If you wont to quit Dd
can't, use "No-to buo." Braces op uicoti
nized nerves, eliminates nicotine poisons,
makes weak men gain strength, weigm una
visor. Positive onre or money refanded.
Book at druggisto, or mailed free. Address
The Sterling rieraeay JO., umcago, o nun
dolph St. New York, 10 Spruce Bt.
oct 4 04 Jyr
Provision Market .
Nafoleox . O. Dee. 19. '64.
Corrected wetklj by A .Bradley.
Apples, greuupcrbu 3t-gjSG
Aniile.fll'ierl Dcr m ...
Butter - - 13
b)SKs per dozen 2"
Onions per bu new 0
Beans per bu i 1 K0S Ou
ttalt,uoarae Hock, per bbl . 16
Sall.common, per bbl
Salt.Fine Table, per ack..... 5 1025
Corrected weekly by John Diemert
Pick U pork 10
Smokedihonlaers ... 10
Beef ,hlndciiarler . . 6
Chiokens, live spring. 4
Turkeys, live H
Duckiperm spring ow
Sheeppe r bead ...2 0fi 800
Sheep oolts 60326
Flour Peed and Grain.
CoiiMted weekly by J. Keller 4k Co.
Corn per cwt
Roller 'tN o.l nourpersaok...
Boalted meal pers aok
Kaisene nlaster ...
Corrected wcek'y by H. H. Vocke 4 Bro.
Corn per cwt 62
Napoleon Mil Is ,iem
FIompsackl ow? rode.....
Bnckwhoat flourper sack..
HEIDELBDRG :: UNIVERSITY,
Opens to Filty-fltth YearSeptembcr . 12,
And offers InstrrtctlotHn twelve conrscs of study .
Students received at any time, Kates low. For
catalogue and terms, address REV. J. A. PETEb 8,
Pres., or T . H. SON N EDECKfiR, Sec. sng2-C m
"jjpbv uTnnir nrKHF.r
to sell a choice and
complete line of NUR
SERY STUCK CrBliED l'O'l AT0E8. Or bOW.
Permanent and paying positions to good men. We
can give you exoluslve territory it yon wish. It
will PAY YOU to write n for terms. A ddress,
The Hawks Nursery Co., Rochester, N.Y.
For Sale or Trade.
A HOUSE and lot on the South Side is offered
1 V for sale cbeap. Or will trade for a small piece
of property in the country. Apply to the under
signed in weapon, e onto,
tf MBS. JOHN POOP. MAN.
and lot on Washington
House and Lot
on Clinton St. Good
location and will sell
cheap if taken soon.
A. S. THIESEX,
Ins. Office over Spengler's.
Homeseekers' Excursions, via tfce
Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
On December 4 and 18 the Baltimore and Ohio
railroad will sell 80-day excursion tickets to points
In Virginia on the Harper's Ferry and Valley
Branch, sontb of and ineluding Winchester, at rate
of one fare for the round trip Excursion tickets
will also be sold to points in the west and south
west, at very low rates, good to.- return 20 days from
date of sale. For further information call on or
addreee any B. & O. ticket agent, 8. P. Krctzer,
and and immigration agent, Philsdelpnia, Pa., or
It. a . Allen, ase't gen'l pass'r agent, Chicago, 111.
THE annual meeting of tho stock holders of the
Henry County Agricultural Joint Stock Com
pany will be held la the Court House, Monday,
January Tth, 1B96, al 10 o'clock a. m to elect di
rectors for the ensuing year, and transact such
other business as may come before tbemeoting.
nov2'.l-td i. L. HALTER, Bec'y.
rHVUADP We have a larga stock of envel
DflluUrrjUiopesattheNoKTHWisT job Booms
which can be obtained, printed, about as ebeapas
you can Ipurchase them not printed of the re
By dealing with me you buy direct from the factory at prices
les9 than half what you would pay 6ub-agent8 who
buy from the jobbers.
DO NOT BE DECEIVED,
but come and see for yourself. Call or address the
E. . FOX MUSIC HOUSE
Tapolecn., - - Olxio.
Are coming, and
on Holiday goods. Special prices on
I BED ROOM SUITS.
i The suits were bought cheaper than usual, there-
? for we will sell them cheaper. A line line of
I Jancy Rockers.
Everything in the furniture line has our .
XsGWst Holiday Price On It,
Big Reduction Price in
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The oldest Hardware
Napoleon, O., as the BEST place in Henry county for
All Kinds of Hardware j
And all Kinds cf Farm Implements.
Such as the world renowned McCormick Binders and Mowers,
Superior Grain Drills, Now York Champion horse dump
steel nay lialie,
Buggies, Surreys, Wagons and Carts,
Cheap and good. We also do all kinds of roofing, slate, tin
and steel; tin and galvanized spouting. We guarantee
our work to be all right. Don't forget the place,
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the most appropriate present is
AVe are offering great
paid to Embalming.
Manufacturers of the best Tile and Brickl&
the country, made with all new and
improved machinery. Three inch Tile$8 f
thousand. Larger sizes as cheap in
proportion. Come and examine ours
before you purchase anywhere else
are the largest and best brick in
county, at reduced prices.
Store in Napoleon.
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