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THE DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, THURSDAY JULY 14,1831.
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I aatf arajtaana a( Inuartoaai fraud.
Ju. O.Ilaly-Prubala Notice.
W. W. rraaee Boots aad Mhoea.
B. L. Eaaaa-Hostoa to Contractor.
J. T. Waat k Co Judical.
Parrlaa Crawford-Diaaolatloa Notice.
A. X. W lllard- Admiiitttnton Notiea.
To have it oat or aot thai Is tha queetloo ;
W bather 'tia better for the Jawa to auffer
Tha pang aad toroenU of an achlnc tooth,
Orto take steel against a host of troubles
And by extracting, and thorn t To poll to tag
Mo more ; and by a tog to raj we and
Tha toothache, and a thousand natural Ilia
The Jaw ta heir to tie a oonrammatlou
Devoutly to be wlehed. To pull to tug
To tug! perchance to break ay, there'a the rub;
For In that wrench what agonic may come,
When we hare half dlalodged the stubborn foe,
Must gtre a pause; there's the respect '
That makes an aching tooth of so song a life ;
For who would bear the whips and stings of pain.
The old wife's noatrum, dentists contumely,
The pangs of hope deferred, kind sleep delay,
When he kimself might his quietus make
For one poor shilling? Who would fardels bear,
To groan and sink beneath a load of pain,
But that tha dread of something lodged within,
The linen twisttd forceps, from whose pangs
Mo Jaw at ease returns, puzzles the will
And makes It rather bear the ilia It has
Than fly to others that It knows not oft
Thru dentists do make coward of us all ;
And thus the native hue of resolution
Is sicklied o'er with the pale cast of fear;
And many a one irho-e courage seeks the door
With thia regard his footsteps turns away,
Scared at the name of dentist.
The Male a Boy's Composition.
The mewl ia an anermul which wus
born after Noer built the ark. The ri
noeerus was in the ark, bat there ain't no
account of the mewl being there, an I
guess he wusn't, 'cos he would 've bruised
around in it an' made trouble. Noer
landed on Mount Arerat, but if the mewl
had been in the ark there ain't no telling
where Noer would've landed. The chan
ces are he would've been kilt by the
mewl, 'cos a mewl don't like to be cooped
up; it ain't in his cater. Mount Arerat
is a big hill in tho Holy Land, and there
Noer turned loose the unerkorn an' the
lamb, an' the liuns roared.
If I ain't wrong, Mount Arerat was the
place where the profit Eliger flew up in a
blaze of fire. Sum boys who go craw
fishin' on Sunday call the profit Lige.
I've got a dog named Lige. He is a
brindle bull-dog and won't back down
for a cirkular saw. Dad bought him
from Jim Jones's ' unkle. Jim Jones's
grandma ia hip-shot, an' wears a plum-
colored glass eye, an' shouts at camp
meetin's. Dad bought tha dog to keep
the niggers outen the watermelon patch,
jn' it's wrong to call the profit Ligo.
fNiatLbojrs ain't got na -respect for the
profits no how. I'm the head in my
Sunday-school class. Deakun Smith
owned a big roan mewl, an' he had a
wart on his lee an' a Roman nose. A
man named Wilkins who loafes around
tryin' to get on kurriner's juries tole Dea
kun Smith to pull a hair outon the
mewl's tail, and tie it round the wart, an
it would come off in two days. Deakun
Smith pulled the hair outen tho mewl's
tail. Doctor Jimson ses that Deaken
Smith won't be able to pass the contribu
shin box fur two weeks. He wus kicked
through a bord fence in the stummick
and fell in a was' nest biggor'n a door
Dad tolo Widder Spriggs that he would
rather work in a powder facktory than
fool with a mewl's tail. Dad has handled
mewls. He ses that a mewl and a savings
bank won't do to tru3t no way you can
fix it; that a mewl will let you ride him
thirty years to git a chanco to fall off a
bridge with you. Never let a mewl with
lots of white in his eyes point his tail at
e-our head. Dad Bes it ain't safe, an'
Lwon't miss it3 aim once in a thousand.
The best way to hitch a mewl in a waggin
is to hire a nigger. A mewl has to git
iid an' dust to eit away with a nieirer.
rThey are kin, somehow." The Missury
mewl 18 an Ameriituiiiiauiiunun, uunue
Spanish mewl kin telerskope his nine
liees an' is a perferk .tornader when he
gits mad. You kin tame the mild Ben
goil tiger, but, keep away from the
spanisn mewi. .. s .-'
The goto is next to the mewl for mean
ness, an' the mewl can't be beat,
They also serve who only stand and
kvait. Milton, .
Who has not mastered himself, by
vhom can he not be overcome? Bossaet.
The call to religion is not a call to be
better than your fellows, but to be better
Let men laugh when you sacrifice
lesire to duty, if they will. You will
lave time and eternity to rejoice in.
No man need be anxious as to when or
Low he shall die, it he is sufficiently ani
ons about how and where he lives.
"... . ' '.. . . .
Till religeon Decomes cne aesire or
tiur hearts, it will not become the busi
ness of our lives. Most of the beatitudes
which inunue compassion pronouncea
have the sorrows of earth for their sub
iect but the joys of Heaven for their
completion. can uivm.
Short Breath- : :
n. Bortle. Manchester, N. Y., was
t-MiMad with asthma for eleven years.
.Had been obliged to sit up sometimes ten
jr twelve nights in succession. Found
1 Tmiat relief from Thomas' Eclec
tic oil, and is now entirely cured. For
.Aay fwtaoa waoatksa a TV" fwwtattr Vas
aaothwe or kkar ha l subaeritel or soa-a
gale by J. ur
Twe OU I.ha.ltn.u.
'.'Some folks seem to thisk this ia warm
weather," observed old Lsady Wotbw
pooD to old L'ncle linkinbotham, at the
two old iahabtt&nU stood before) a ther
mometer that rfgia tared ninety is the
hade. Vears to me twaa worse than i
1 ... u. ' .
A heap worse." assented old Cncle
Linkinbotbam,M but that wasn't as bad
as the May of 'twenty-two. You remem
ber bow the tin roofs melted sod ran off
the) houses, and we bad to caui ew rough t
steel umbrellas through the strata?"
" -Deed 1 do," replied Old Daddv
W others poon, mopping his vwage with
some anxiety. "I was oat hunting: that
spring, and we had to carry our powder
in Ducaets 01 water to keep it from going
off prematurely. Wasn't that the spring
ine nsms mea on live nogs ana tne Dills
melted off the snow birds?"
"The same sprint-" said old Uncle
Linkinbotham, "I know I was off fish
ing at Long Island Sound, and tha heat
generated the water into steam so as to
blow our boat clear over into the woods.
That month was pretty warm,for I re
collect now the forests out back of East
New York melted down, and I had a
stream of melted kindlings running right
through my farm. One of mv bovs took
a swig of it by mistake, and when he died
in the fall, we found him chuck full of
splinters. Killed him." .
"les, yes," murmured old Daddy
Wotherspoon. etreamine at every no re.
"We fused to hang meat and vegetables
down my well, and they were cooked in
ten minutes by the watch," and the an
cient gentleman regarded his antagonist
witn some mumpn. -
"We tried that, said old Linkinbotham,
"but the heat melted the wires the grub
was hung with, and the works of the
clock run all over the floor, so we couldn't
tell how long it did take to cook, and we
used ice water to do our b'iling with."
"Where'd you get your ice?'7 demanded
old Daddy Wotherspoon, tying a hanker
chief around his head to keep his ears
"We just poured the water on the fire
and the fire was so much cooler than the
atmosphere that the water froze in a min
ute. That's how we got our ice. Don't
you want a drink to warm you up?'
"If we can et a little good old brandy,
I'd like it," replied old Daddy Wother
spoon, with pale lips and clenched fists
"I'll take some proof brandy."
"Come along, then," retorted old Uncle
Linkinbotham, contemptuously. "You
may be able to stir your blood with that
tipple, but this weather and the recol
lections of May, 'twenty-two, makes me
want some hot spiced rum and a fur over
coat. To-morrow I'm going to put on
And the two old liars almost killed
themselves that afternoon with hot
drinks rather than admit that the al
mighty could do things as well now as
tie did when they were boys. Brooklyn
They have queer hens in Licking
county, O. John Eodyback, a farmer,
has one. It laid an egg larger than a
goose egg. It had two yolks and anoth
er egg insido of it. The inside egg was
also clou Die. .
A Hancock county girl stuffed the arm
of an old coat with hay, placed it around
her waist and sat near a window in the
soft twilight ofa sweet June Sunday even
ing. The other girls in the neighbor
hood oi r maiey are dying witn envy.
N-OJOSWiir; Ohio, ' July
I Corrected by H.H.Vockett Bro.1
Wheat New No. 1
Wheat New No. 2
Wheat White .,......
Com per ewt..v... J, tm, mtim
Rye and Oats .ji
Favorite Flour per sack
Napoleon Mills xxx per snt'lt.. ....
Napoleon Mills xx per8ack..
Vocke's x per sack
Napoleon Favorite Flour per bbl...y.
Napoleon XX .....
Rye Flour per sack
Buckwheat Flour per sack ".
Bolted Meal per sack
OatB and Corn Chop per cwt
New York Salt per bbl
Screenings Chopper uwt....
Michigan Salt per bbl
Buckwheat Brand per bushel
Ear corn at distillery perlOOlba
Ear corn at Alillper 100 lbs .,
S3 4 80
. 1 60
Flour. Feed and Grain.
rCorrected weekly by J. B oiler ft Co.l
Wheat, No. 2, Ked
Corn per cwt...-
Barley .v.r. ....................
Patent Flour persack..
a-ouersHoine Trade lour per sack
EoUer'B Dog Leg Flour per sack.
Rye Flour persack
Bolted Meal persack.. .... ....
Corn and Oats Chops per owt...... ........
Bran per cwt i
Salt per bbl
Plaster Hair per bu
Blacksmith Coal per Ton
Buckwheat per sack .'.
Corrected weekly by H, E. Cary.
Apple, green, per an ........$ 3548
Apples, dried per lb 3o
Eggs per dozen m 10
Feathers, Live (ieeee 65(880
Onions per bu.... !.001.4O
New Potatoes IS&l 00
Beans per bu 12501 76
Salt, CoarseRock, per bbl.... . 2 10
Salt, Common, per bbl 1 25
Salt, Fine Table, per Back............... 1020
Beef, hint! quarter 58
Chickeus,live4u. dressed 45
Turkeys.UreSc dressed C7
Qeeae each 40
Toledo, O., July 13, 1881.
Amber wheat sales 500 bn llBVic. 5000 bu 120c.
No2red3alos 100U bu UOHo: 1000 bu do : 1500 bu
do ; 5000 bu 100c ; 1500 bu do. 1000 bu do. 80UO bu do.
sou bn new I17'4c, 1090 bu do U7c. 2000 ha 125c.
8 Auiiust 1000 bn U4,i,o. 5000 bu 114c. 5C00
iii"5c gusij ou ao; ouuo ouao; 2000li4c 5Uuo au ao;
S.September 5060 bull4'5c; 3000 bu IH'.c 5000
du ao; ouuu ou ao; auw du ao; www du ao; 2uuv du
U4. 5000 bu 11410 2000 bu 114510 5000 bu 114ic.
S. Octobor 15000 bu 115J(o, 1000 bu Uo, 10000 bu
ua'c, cuiu du uec, ouw Du do.
S. thu Year 6000 bn 1 14c. 10OS bu 1140.
No. 3 red sales lOOObu new 113c; 1600 bu do, 1,'
6IM ba du.
Com sales 1000 bu hich mixed 50o. 500 bu do.
1600 bu do; 2000 bu Zlo. 2 49c. 1000 bn rejected
484c, 1000 bu 49i9oU000 bu rejected 48Hc 1000 bu
48' jc; 1500 bu 43Uc, 1500 bu do, 1000 bu damaged
8. July 5006 bn UKa.
Oats aales, 800 bn No. whlto S0?4o; 1500 bn do,
noil du no. z ,Kc, buv on rejected 33c.
8. AugustrHJOObu 29c.
Saltat Mtchloan agener. 1.10.
No.2Bed8.-Slesl00"0 bu 1167Jc; 2000 bu 118&
c. 10) bu l!6o.
8. September 1000 bn 114U6, 5000 bit lllc, 1000
S.October-4000bull6i e: 1000 bu 115.1c;
2000 bu Wi ?H.
8. the Yer 6000 bn 114 H c ; 6000 bn do.
Corn S. July saleB 8000 bu No. 2, 494e,
8. Au(tuet-100Obu45Hc 35000 bn 49,'$c. 10600 bu
49'i 4 je.
Wears efarla hla sprluf an
Brussels, Extra Super, Ingrain
Ws han o-nv 10 diaamo pettarne and n feet
kmiaj boaMln Tatalo. It will b to th tdrnt.v of
tn sauea mm
Oil Cloths and Exnssel
Lamlercpins and Lamberqnin Cretonn,
A large Tartety. These goods are kept aa speculate In connection with our usual supply of
DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
Wc aim to keep the best usortment of goods in town
H. F. Harden & Co.
Do now intend to make the moat attractive dUvIay of
Ever seen In Napoleon. We are going to offer such a
son on wnom cne lease warm weaucr naa wo BufjuveBi. cuoub, vmm uuu hiuwuiuik at uur ywx uw,
will make him or her aa delightfully cool as though they ere sojourning among tha coolest
mountains. We are prepared to sell an unlimited ammount of all kinds of
SUMMER DRESS GOOD8
' SUCH AS '
Bunting, plain and Lace, American and Francii Lawns, a beautiful supply of
Light "Weight Ca3hmere and fancy Ginghams.
As usual you win find our Stock replete with all
SEASONABE DRY GOODS,
And from cow until alter harvest we ere R0iE(7 to make some uaeroeiitional good, bargain. In men
Clothing and Shoe I))artiuents,
It is no W16 bra whi we soy that they can not be excelled by any ode In town, and we would respectfully
urge all wanting bargains ill these goods to jee un I.efore buying,
f i . ltcesectfnlly,
1 ; .. H. F. NORDES & CO.
FALL IN LINE
i'orall kinds of
. Paints, Oils and Varnish,
Pure Paris Green,
White Hellebore for
Pure Drngs and
Medicines at bottom prices
KJNEELAUD'S Drug Store.
500 CORDS PEALED BASS
The nndersignod will pay 82.50 cash per cord for
Pp1m1 Bass wood 4 feet 2 inches long. Must be de
livered at Factory in Liberty Center.
myl9-8t uuuliwijm is ivuutiu
To Nervous sutrerers-Tne creat
European ifemear-uri f. d. ouiip-
son's Specific Medicine.
Ttiaanosltive cure for Spermatorrhea, Seminal
Weakness, Irapotency, and alldiaeasesresultiuK from
Self-Abuse, us Mental Anxiety, Loss of Memory,
Pains in Hack or 8ide, and diseases that lead to Con
itv and an early
Medicine is being
need with wonder
free to all. Write
for them and get
Price. Specific, $l.uu per package, or six packages
for 5.00. Address all orders to
No. 108 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Sold in Napoleon by J. C. Saur and all druggists
Notice to Contractors,
SEALED proposals will be received by the Building
Committee of School District No. six (8), Waah
inuton township, Henry county, Ohio, until noon.
July 16th, 1881, for building anew story upon School
HOUSe 111 saiu mauic, ui u.o tiuqvi ..caui,
ingtospeciacattonsonillewith tho township Clerk
or juuuuig uujuu..cv.
Each bid must contain the name of every person
interested and must be accompanied by a certain
guarantee of some responsible pereon that if the bid
be accepted a contract will be entered Into and the
performance of It properly secured. The committee
reserve the right to reject any and all bids. All bids
must he sealed and deposited with the Building
Committee. I J. W. GALLAGHER,
Committee A CHAS. H.HANCHJSTT,
t. W. DUBBIN.
June 1, 1381.4t
Health is Wealth.
Dr.E. 'C. West's Nerve and Brsin Treatmentj a
specific for Hysteria, Diaalness, Convulsions, Nerv
ous Headache, Mental Depression, Loss of Memory,
Spermatorrhoea, Impotency, Involuntary Emissions,
Premature Old Age, caused by overexertion, self
ahuso or ovor-lndulgence, which leads to misery, de
cay and death. One box will cure recent cases. Each
box contains one months treatment. One dollars
box or six boxes for five dollars ; sent by mall prepaid
on receipt of price. We guarantee six boxes to cure
utT ctuie. With Muih ortlar received br US for six
boxes, accompanied with five dollars, we will send
the nurchaser our written ffnarantee to return the
money if the treatment does not effoct aonre. Guar
anieesissued only when the treatment is ordered di
rect from us. Address JOHN C. WEST & CO.,
Sole Proprietors, 181 and 183 W. Madison St., catia
aa. 111. Sold bv D. J. Humnhrev. Nauoleoo, Ohio.
JosephGatee, Wholcenlo A)?erit, Toledo, O. jlylUyl
I BXJTOBB. UTSB.
aaaaaanylaife aidTarM etnek of
Cotton Chain and Hemp Carpets
safe la earing thai the atjrlM ire a grod and Use
ny m vUkisf earrU to w oartfock. Wo hm
extra ivg uar gs
Rugs, Window Curtains,
and are tberff oi oonfldent that w can alwayv pleaae.
S. M. & M. E. HELLER.
variety of taira, Linen and Straw Goods, that the pe
NOT' fcaUiernby rivpxi tht a petition wil. be pre
sentwlto the CommlBeiouers of Henry county, at
tlPirnexteeaBion September, A.D.. 1881t praying for
tho location of a county road on the following line,
to-wit: Beginuintat the quarter post the
section line between section twenty-three (28) and
twenty-four (24), in Pleasant township, and running
thence due eastou the half () section line through
eoid section twenty-four (4), and eighty (80) rods or
far enough to intersect county road running north
and south, on the half () section line of section
nineteen (19) In Marion township, and there to termi
nate. VITUS KLEIN,
Napoleon, 0., June 9th, A. D., 1881. junelli-dt
Hw on ulr) and dnrlntr tha season,
nrftt-cJaan ICxoimsruN Tickkts, from
Chi.atro antl locnl poHt$. to DEN
VER, COLORADO SPRINGS, and
PUEBLO, AND SETXTRN, bynix
(tl) DirvERUNi noirTic, at womier
ftitly low rate. Thw tlrkfti will in
goofl Koing west within nrten (l.V
aayit from Hafr of . tuiitto reiurt
unril O'-tiiher Mlu folluwiiitf.
PiiUniaii PaliuM- far am run 1
this Cmnniiny. fro!i CHICAK t
COUNCIL BLUPF9. TOPBKA n
KAWSAS OITV, runnlmr wit
but on- L'ha-u''' ur "'us to DJ3NVB
ivl i-UJiiJi O. ICulnrf Cum are i
tjwht-'ti To all ihmtt ::;iius, in will'
iliio priw i" i't tify-Uv'i cr-nt.
For rates, jrthor Information.
mil eieu,it Mhi o" Uniteii
I atll?.'):, i
.'ii.d.r. anl't t I ..' I aiut'
THE MAN. WHO SPENDS MONEY
For advertising in newspapers in these times without
iirat obtaining an estimate of the coi-t from Geo. F.
Howell & Oo's Newspaper Advertising Bureau, No. 10
Spruce street. Now York, ia likely to pay $10 for what
might be obtained for J5. Such estimates aro fur-
nuueu 10 an applicants gratis. Send 29 cants ror 1W1
page pamphlet, with list of newspaper rates and ref
erences. A. A. THOMAS, Corner Ninth andF StreetB. Wash
ington, D. C, attends to Pension and Back Pay,
Bonuty Claims collected.' Contested Land Claims.
Mineral an -Agricultural, attended to before the De-
parunenioi me interior anil supreme court. L,ana
Warrants, Lead Scrip, and Additional Homestesdk
pnrcnaseu ana soia. tf
flCAH KIU ALkTHEEtlBjC
Cheapest Grocery ouse !
IN . NAPOLEON,
have Jurt recelTed one of the Largeat and Best slocks of
Groceries, Provisions, Glass
and Queensware !
ever brought to Napoleon. They have Salt Flab of all kinds which they will sell by the pound or ke&al1-
Smokfd Ham aad Dried Beef aad Everything asaally Kept la a First-CU
wrucrrj more. ia8n ram ror
They are alao
The eaulest and beat running machine aold In Napoleon. If vou want a food machine and one that will
Bive satlefactlon give them a call. Don't target tha place, opposite the "Northweat" office, Washington
Subscribe for the
ROOK BOTTOM PRICES!
Curtains and Fixtures,
Perfumes and Toilet Articles
Blank Books and Pocket Books.
N. B. These goods are all New,
First-Class and Latest Styles.
WILSON & MUSSER,
Successors to J. F. Theek.
In Miller Bros. Block, South Side of Iron Canal Bridge,
Would respectfully aoHouncc to the citizens of Henry irad adjoinim; comities that they have bought out
the stock of J. V. Tneekand thnt they are now receiving a full assortment of all kinds of furniture to
which we invite the public to call and examine for Uicmnelvcs. Our expenses are ,vcry small, which will
enable us to sell goods at very low prices, as we are buying oJl our goods for net cst'h and will sell foi
Cunu Only, lu aUUluou 10 our c uniit,uiu hbuuy..
a truttMtl invntlnn flACnrpfl t.r n. Is Oreeff's
corpse can be kept In a good state of preservation for two weeks Unrina the hotes't season of tho year.
We have a fine hearse which la always at the service of the public.
We have also secured the service of Mr.Thock, who will be happy to ottend to the wants of his old
customers and as many now ones as will mako it convenient to call. Furniture manufactured to order;
also all kinds of rcpalrlne done to order In a workmanlike manner and cn short notice.
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED proposals will be received at the efflea of
the Clerk of the board of Education, of Napoleon
township, Henry county, Ohio, nntil 13 o'clock noon,
on the Hud day of July, 1HM, for building a brick
school house in sub-district number eight, of said
township, according to the plans and specifications
on file in said office.
Each bid must contain the name of o7ery person
Interested in the same and be accompanied by a suf
ficient guarantee of some disinterested pernon that if
tha bid ia accepted a contract will ba entered Into and
the performance of it properly secured..
The bid for each kind of material called for by the
specifications must be stated separately and the price
of each given, add the price, of, labor must alao be
Nona but tha lowest responsible bid will be accepted
and the board may reject all bids.
By order of the Board of Education.
JAMES P. BAC1AN,
Napoleon, O., June 4, T851-4
ail avinas orioaatry rrouace. a
agents for the
uuu. uuu ui j uui-i knutus uuunn,
Vomns ana uasxeis oi an Kinas,
Shrouds, Burial Clothes, etc..
Patent Cannnv Pooling nnnrrL hv fhf. nan nf vhU a
lUispectiuiiy, WILSUri a MUSSES.
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TfUDI MARK Tho Groat En-TRAD! MARK
gusn Kemeay. An
unfailing cure for .
Beminal W e a t
fjjt' i" rhea, Impotency,
m ana un ureases
S that foUow as a '
M w sequence of Self-
man IT. Aonee; as Loss
nf Motnnn. IItiI.
rIITARI.Tr..l Laasitade,Ami TAIIH.
Pain in the Back, Dimness of Vision, Prematura Old
Age, and many other DiaeaseB that lead to Insanity oje
Consumption and a Premature Grave,
tST'I'all particulars In onr pamphlet, which we de
sire to send free by mail to every one. ITThe Sped
rlo Medtoine is sold by all druggists at $1 per package,
or six packages for $$, or will be sent free by mail on
receipt of the money, by addressing
THE GRAY MEDICINE CO.,
Sold In Napoleon by P. J, Humphrey and all drnRgiata