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THE DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, THURSDAY JULY U: I8.
TaiTiemm, Propr, (formerly CWi of Um
ThlihoatcwIUIwkrptopfii U nibl for the ot.D
vnilcae of Um traveling futile tuo4 Mbkd
LOCAL NEWS, &c.
Dr. MeCann.of Troy, Ohio, is in town
Mrs. G. W. Tre-ler is visiting in It.
X S. Calkins has located hirasolf at Wa
pakoncta. Wm. Stout, of Missouri, is visiting with
liis son, B. F. Stout.
Mrs. Jennie Hoag, of Washington, D.C.,
is here visiting her parents.
Miss Minnlo McBaue is lying danger
ously ill at the home of her mother.
S. S. Troup and family, of Dayton, arc
visiting the family of Clerk Barnes.
Miss Mattie C. Squires, of Delianco, is
visiting in this place with Miss Lou Foust.
Wm. M. Beckham, of Petoskey, Mich.,
is visiting In Napoleon, his former home.
Miss Ada McWilliams has returned from
her visit, much to the pleasure of her many
F. M. Baldwin was called to Williams
county Tuesday to attend the funeral of a
Mr. Wickhnin, of the Columbus Law
Journal, spent Friday in Napoleon, in the
interest of his paper.
J. J. Malley returned last Thursday from
his extended visit in the far West. Hero
ports a pleasant time while absent.
Will Donahue, of this place, who has
been visiting with his friends in Cleve
land for the past two weeks, returned
W. C. Smith, formerly of Napoloon, but
now of Ada, Hardin Co., spent several
days with friends in this locality during
the past week.
The following gentlemen were at Colum
bus yesterday from this county, in attend
ance at the State Convention: Hon. IT. C.
Uroschner, R. W. Cahill.
Col. E. ii. Mann, of Napoleon, Ohio, an
old friend of ourself and other citizens of
this place who formerly resided at Napo
leon, spent a day hero this week. He was
on his way to New Mexico where he goes
to look after some mining jntorests,
Hutchinson (Ka.) Herald. ' i .
We have word from Mr. S. Bernstein
that he will be at home to-day, after
spending a very pleasant time in the East.
After looking up business matters in New
York City and Philadelphia, Mr. B. recre
ated for a few days at Bock away Beach,
Long Island, and Atlantic City, Now Jer
sey, both noted watering places.
Stabbing Afphay at- IIamlek, Fri
day night last Robert Olson and John
Woods got into a quarrel at Hamler, in
which Olson stabbed Woods three times
with a pocket knife, in the shoulder, thigh'
and ribs. Olson was arrested and taken'
before 'Squire Merritt, whcvHfter bearing
the case bound him over A9 the sutn of
$300, in detault of which he was lodged in
the new jail Saturday night. Woods is a
ship-timber man, and Olson says the stab
bing was done in self-defense,
From an official ol the Wabash, St.Louis
at Pacific we learn that the obstacles to the
Jay Gould combination taking in the In
dianapolis, Peru & Chicago road have been
removed, and that in August the road
passes under control of the Wabash. By
the first day of January the Wabash will
have 4,000 miles of road in operation. Com
mon and preferred stock will amount to
about ?7,000 a milo,and its interest charges,
leases and taxes will foot up only about $1,
200 a mile. The gross earnings of the com
pany are expectod this year to be not less
Paint, Oh! Paint 'All kinds ol paints
and oils are cheaper and hotter now than
they have been for the last 20 years, this
affords everybody a splendid opportunity
for having their buildings and farming
utensils all nicely painted up for a very
small sum, which not only, improves the
looks, but is one of the greatest wood pre
servatives known to tho ago. Everybody
appreciates the value of paints whon prop
erly applied, and frequently a. few cents
worth of paint will double tho value of the
article on which it is used. Saur has the
largest stock and the greatest variety of
paints, oils and varnishes which can be
seen anywhere. Every article sold in this
line is warranted to be as rcpresented,and
to give entire satisfaction. The Railroad
Paints are the most durable and are war
ranted not to fade. Recollect this whon
you are about to buy a good article.
, At about one o'clock Monday morning,
upon Mr. Win. Sheffield awaking from a
sound slumber, he saw a man standing in
bis bed-room doorway with a drawn pistol
.leveled at him. As'tho man saw that Mr.
S. was awake he commanded him to lie
still' or be would shoot. Instead of obey
ing, Mr. Sheffield jumped from his bed
with a loud yell, which took tho burglar so
by surprise that he picked up his heels
and ran. The noise awoko Mrs. Sheffield,
who was sleeping in an adjoining room,
who saw two men leaving the yard, onoof
small stature and the other largo, but did
not recognize who they were; neither did
Mr. S. recognize the party who threatened
his life, as he was standing between him
and the light. The thieves effected an cri
- -trance by cutting the wire and unlatching
"li'screOn, the door boing loft open on ac
count ot the extreme beat. They had been
in the house for some little time before
Mr. S. awoke, and Succeeded in getting
sway with a pair ot now shoes and about
10in money. " '
Leek out tor watermelons.
How utterly utter is the latcet.
New hay is coming into market.
The woolen mills sre running day and
New potatoes bsve taken the placo ot
Tho Tyler cemetery is being cleaned up
snd put in nice order.
The csnnl boat H. U. Csry," Capt. Bull,
has received a fresh coat of paint.
"She is absolutely unsUmpedoable," is
what tho President says of Mrs. O.
Job work neatly executed at this office
at reasonable prices. Give us a trial.
It is the duty of every good citizen tosee
to it that the law is enforced in every in
stance. The fanners s rc now i n the midst of thei r
grain harvest. They have had good
Col. Newbert offers a beautiful badge to
the company turning out the strongest at
the encampmont at Clyde next week- Co.
F, fall in.
Gentlemen whose beards are not of a
pleasing shade, can remc-dy tho defect by
the use of Buckingham's Dye for the
The firm of Parish t Crawford, of Lib
erty CeDtor, has been dissolved, Mr. Par
ish retiring. Mr. Crawford will hereafter
conduct the business.
. Mr. Goodman, Secretary of the Young
Men's Christian Association, Toledo, will
preach next Sabbath, morning and even
ing, at the Presbyterian Church.
Chas. Eostetter has been hired by the
Council as night police. He is expected
to be on duty botweeu.the hours of 8 o'
clock p. m. and 4 o'clock a. m. We believo
Mr. R. will do his duty.
Mrs. Fisher wishes us to correct an im
pression that she was the party who smug
gled whisky into the Defiance jail. Mrs.
Fistier is innocent, as it was done by an en
tirely different person.
Our town is evidently entering upon a
new era there has been some arrests dur
ing the past week ! It is to be hoped the
good work may continue and that every
violator of tho law may bo made to pay the
The new Henry county jail was accept
ed last week, and Sheriff Dauni expeets to
occupy it this week. The building through
out presents a fine appearance, and Henry
county can now boast of one of the finest
Sheriffs residonces and county jails in this :
section of country.
The unusual quantity of white clover
Which- presents itself this year,cannot have
(neaped general notice. The swards which j
should be green now are white with its
bloom.' This argues a large crop of honey,
and some say of corn also, though the lat
ter predicate would seem to be open to sus
A Good Chance to Make Monet.-Now
that everybody loves to make money, to
make it just as easy as they can and to
make lots of it, we will give everybody tho
secret how to do it. Everyone acknowl
edges the old adage, "a penny saved is a
penny earned." Now if you "will go "to
Saur's great Drug and Book Store within
the next 30 days to buy your oils and
paints, wall and window papers, you will
not only save a large amount of money,
but you will get the very best goods which
the markets afford anywhere. Having on
hand a very largo stock of tho above
named goods, special inducements will
be given for the next thirty days to all pur
chasers of the above named goods.
We suppose that many people think that
newspaper men are persistent duns. Let
a farmer place himself in a similar position
and see if he would not do tho same. Sup
posed he raised one thousand bushels of
wheat, and his neighbor would come and
buy a bushel, and the price was a small
matter of only one dollar and twenty-five
cents or less, and the neighbor says: "I
will hand you the money in a few days."
As the farmer does not want to bo small
about the matter, he says all right, and
the man leaves with the wheat. Another
comes in the same way until tho whole of
the one thousand bushels of wheat are
trusted out to one thousand different per
sons, and not one of the purchasers con
cerns himself about it, for it is a small ac
count he owes tho farmer, and of course
that would not help him. He does not
realize that the farmer has fritted away all
his crop of wheat, and that its value is due
him in a thousand little dribbles, and that
he is seriously embarrassed in his busi
ness because his debtors treat it as a little
matter. But if all would pay him prompt
ly, which they could do as well as not, it
would be a very large amount to the farm
er, and enable him to carry on the busi
ness without difficulty. Ex.
Talk about warm weather! exclaims the
Enquirer. It the comet were to come in
contact with the earth, tho temperature,ac
cording to Professor Newcomb, would rise
to 10,000 degrees in the shade. The Pro
fessor says : "At the first contact in tho
uppor regions of the atmosphere, the
whole heavens would be illuminated with
a resplondence beyond that of a thousand
suns, tho sky radiating a light which
would blind every eye that beheld it, and
a heat which would melt the hardest
rocks. The highest degree of heat that
may practically be obtained in the labora
tory is that of the electric arc, which at
tains a temperature of 10,000 degrees, while
as we havoseen, in its motion through our
atmosphere, a solid body may generate a
temperature of millions of degrees.' A? few
seconds of this whilo tho huge body 'was
passing through the atmosphero, and tho
collision at the earth's surface would in an
instant reduce everything thero exlstingto
fiery vapor, and bury it miles deep In the
solid earth." While this is not very picas-.
ant summer reading, it is well enough to
knoTy just what wo can expoct in a certain
Up to date the next term of Common
Pleas Court bas five Penitentiary vases to
S. M. AMU. Heller are fitting up their
basement, to be ued ss a boot and shoe
The Vocke Bros, hsve snd are making
extensive Improvement at their mill and
elevator. The Vocke Eros, sre wile swake
For constipation in children, don't force
them to swallow castor oil; try Denig's
Worm Syrup. A full dose at night, fol
lowed by smaller one in the morning,
will do more good t han the oil, and will be
readily taken, because pleasant. 2t
A letter was lately received from Ger
many addressed to"Herr Garfield.Union's
President, Washington, Virginia." It went
to Washington, Rappahannock county,
Vs., and the Postmaster kept it, adver
tised it, marked it "not known," and sent
it to the Dead Letter Office.
From the amount of visiting to and fro
between the young folks of Defiance ana
Napoleon, we are led to believe that a bet
ter spirit between the two places is being
engendered. This ne doubt is brought
about by the fact that Napoleon is now as
groat (if not as big) a place as Defiance.
Pbovkd It. "What ?" he said, do you
thiak you can make me believo that any
one sells cheaper than Hahn A Meyer ?
Not much. You just walk down to their
store, corner of Perry and Washington
streets, with me and I'll prove to you that
thev sell cheaper than anyone else, and
have better goods." :)t
Letters remaining uncalled for in the
Napoleon Post Office lor the week ending
July 9th, 1881 :
Julia Edwards, Caudiler Jones,
John Hall, Paul Flager,
Frank Kesler, Elise Mielon,
Anna Rorde, Worlen Smith,
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say they were advertised and give
date. JAMES S. FOUKE.
The Henry eounty prisoners now con
fined in the Defiance jail sent a sample ol
their rations to friends in Napoleon last
Thursday. They reported that it was a
fair specimen of what they get daily at the
hands of the Sheriff of Defiance countv. If
this be so, that officer should be prosecut
ed, or at least made to eat of the same diet.
Henry county pays 50c per head per day
for prisoners boarded at said jail, but we
must confess for the specimen of food ex
hibited to us 5c per day would be a high
price. It was not expected our prisoners
would luxuriate at Defiance, but it was
expected that they would receive whole
" At provided y the RevisooStatutes
Prosecuting Attorney Knupp bTifn'mad$ a
report to the Attorney General of all
crimes prosecuted by indictmentMn Henry
county during the year ending July 1st,
1881. We take the following from the re
Julius King Arson, acquitted.
C. Crossley Grand Larceny, convicted.
W. Zinn Petit Larceny, nol. pros.
S.Conn Petit Larceny, convicted.
C. Barth Keeping place of public re
sori, jfccu, nol. pros.
John Meekjson Assault with intent to
F. Aughen baugh Assault and battery
W.Smith Assault and menacing threat,
J. Darmer Burglary &c, convicted.
A. Wilfret Horse stealing, convicted.
A. Adkins Horse stealing, nol. pros.
J. T. Morgan Burglary fec, convicted.
J. W. Dancer Assault and battery, con
victed. P. D.Cole Assault with intent to kill,
W. W. McG lone Place of public resort
J.W. Barrett Place of public resort &c,
L. T. Rohrer Place of public resort etc.,
H. II. Albee Bigamy, convicted.
J. Dixon Keeping place of public re
sort &c, convicted. ; -
C. Baer Disturbing meeting, convicted.
F. Harrington Disturbing meeting,
Special Meeting, July 7, 1881. Mem
bers present : Tyler, Re.iser,, Aller, Mc
Colley, Overhulls. - ' '''
On motion F. Allor was appointed to
act as Mayor pro tern.
The following bills wero presented and
A. Tressler, Marshal feos, - - 845 00
Jas. Shay, Engineer's fees, - - 90 00
Special Police, - - - - 9 00
D. Hess, Street Commissioner, - 74 00
A J. Saygers, lumber, - - 61 45
J. B. Augenstein, Clork lees, - - 50 00
B. F. Wade & Co., stationery, - 16 00
W. Abbott, lamp-lighting, - - 20 00
The Street Commissioner presented his
3d partial account, which was roceived and
On motion, a committee of three were
appointed to employ a good man for night
The Mayor appointed as such committee
Messrs. McColley, Reiser and Tyler.
Permission was granted J. Shay ono
woek's absenco from July 19th, provided
ho employs a good substitute as engineer.
Reunion of the 100th 0. V. I. Postponed
. Many members of tho Regiment having
expressed a desire to be present at the
coremony of unveiling tho McPherson
monument, at Clyde, O., July 22, 1881, and
believing that a largo proportion of them
will be there, and consequently not feel
able or disposed to nioet again so soon, the
annual reunion of the 100th O. V. I. ap
pointed for Wauseon, August 26, 1881, is
postponed to 1882, samo placo and dato.
By order of
A. B. Smith, Pros't.
A. W. King, Sec'y.
A Few Charch Dont's.
Don't go to sleep.
Don't bring the baby with you.
Don't sing if you don't know bow.
Don't sit down on your new silk bat.
Don't put counterfeit coin on the plate.
Don't stay home on collection Sunday.
Don't read your book during the ser
mon. Don't go in late if you wear squeaky
Don't take a sneezing fit if you can help
Don't keep your religion in the pocket of
your Sundsy cost.
Don't try to mske children sit as still as
Don't think everybody went to church
just to see what you've got on.
Don't do any inward swearing if a fly
plays bop scotch on that bald spot.
Don'c pull a pint of pea-nuts out of your
pocket with your handkerchief.
Ed. Northwest : The citizens ot our
place celebrated the Glorious Fourth in a
very moderate way, holding a pic-nic in L.
W. Rogers orchard. Near the close of the
day those who "trip the light fantastic,"
had an opportunity to shake the dust from
their feet at a bowery dance, as Bostle
man's dancing floor with all its hallowed
associations had been secured for tho oc
casion. Mr. H. L. Chapman has just returned
from Northern Michigan, on account of
ill health. At Traverse City ho had the
pleasure of meeting Mr Wash. Raff, an
old citizen of Napoleon, who appeared very
much pleased to see a resident of Henry
Elias Kigar, Jr., who recently dislocated
his shoulder by falling from a cherry tree,
is rapidly recovering and will soon be
Scofield and Chapman have jnst em
ployed a new peddler to run their mer
chant wagon, in place of Mr. Henry Se
christ, who has given up the business. The
new hand is Mr. Jerry Krontz, of Pettis
ville. The driving days of harvest are upon us
and our farmers are up to their eyes in
business.securing their crops. There seems
to be quite a scarcity of laborers, and they
are demanding large wages. As tho self
binding machines come into use the tables
will gradually turn, and farmers will bo
The extremely hot weather of the past
week has been terribly oppressive to those
working in grain fields, the thermometer
standing from 02 to 98 in the shade,
which is putting it on too thick for
Monday, July 11th, 1881.
The "London Lancet" says: "Many a
life has been saved by the moral courage
of the sufferer" and many a life has neon
saved by taking Spring Blossom in case of
bilious lever, indigestion or liver com
plaints." Price 50c, trial bottles 10c.
Transfers op Real Estate. The fol
lowing is a listot the real estate transfers
recorded since our last issue
John McClure ts D. Counselman, lot 45 in Mc
Clure - 60
H. Yeager to H. Webb, lot Win Yeager's add.
to Napoleon 535
H. Hintz to L. Hoffman, 200 acres in Washing
ton tp 2,100
M. Knepley to W. Knepiey,63 acres in Flatrock
J. Gledhill to Mary Russell, 27!4 acres in Mon
J. Gledhill to W. Shumaker, 27!4 acres in Mon
roe tp 400
J. Gledhill to W. Gledhill, 80 acjes in Monroo
Nancy Newman to L. G. Back, land in Scott's
add. to Napoleon
J. Stearns to DeBhler Lodge I. O. O. F-, .lot 84
in De shier
G. F. Plue to R. McCulloiigh, 4U acrcB in WaBh.
lug Ion tp
E.Thomas to J. Thomas, SO acres in Monroe
C. Meyor to J. Meyer, 80 acres in Napoleon tp..
B. E. Sheldon to W. Austermiller, 40 acres in
W. A. Barrett to J. Dougherty, 2-3 of 26 2-3
acres in Washington tp
S. J. Groll to J. G. Shaffer, SO acres in Pleas
E. Walters to C. VanHyning, lots 8 and 9 in
Yeager'e 3d add. to Napoleon
. S. Blair to L . Pitman, CO acres in Marion tp
W. Ectumer to H. Sandmann, 40 acres in Pleas
J. Keiser to W. Kaufman, SO acres in Pleasant
J. A. Wright to Q. Harsh, lot Go In Buchanan's
3d add to Liberty Center
J. Burdue to Sarah J. DeLong, land in Wash
S. L. Mier to E. K. Odell, 40 acres in Liberty
L. Horn to L. Spangler, Jr. lot 13 in Howo's add
to Malinta .
I. T. Crago to I. S. Henry, land in KieliiieM tp
K.L. McCartney to G. Iteidchen, 80 acres in
K.Shawhan to M. Bulger, part of out lot 15 in
S. 11. & J. Steams add. to Deshler
It. Thomas to F. Gasscr, 2 acres m Liberty tp...
J. Bensing to Dewey, Foster & Co., land in
J. Bensing to Dewey, Foster & Co., lots 17, 18 &
20 in Malinta
A. Drnmmond to L. Niesman, land in Monroe
tp ; .'
II. D. Leift to 1). Fastnacht, 40 acres in Liberty
W. Kaufman to M. Meyer, 80 acres in Pleasant
Send in your names for tho Northwest
during the campaign. You can't well do
Stevens Cunningham. By J. W.
Baringer, J. P., Mr. Cassius Stevens and
Miss Maggie Cunningham, at Commercial
House, Holgate, Ohio, all of Malinta, Ohio.
Hicks Bensing July 3d, 1881, at the
residence of the bride's parents, by Rev,
N. Weirs, Mr. James Hicks and Miss An
nie Bensing, tho former of Beaver Co., Pa.,
and tho lattor of Honry Co., Ohio. V
Hautman Lehwerer Juno 30, by
Rev. L. Dulitz, Wm, Hartman and Miss
Emms Lehwerer. . '
Akmbuustek July 2d, in Flatrock tp.,
Johannes Armbruster, aged 45 years, 8
months and 15 days. ' t i ,
Betson Albert Honry, son of Lewis
Botson, died in Napoloon, July 10, 1681,
aged 8 yoors, 2 months and 13 days.
190 and 192 Summit St., cor Adams St.
TIQ 0 try -. CfO fVfi fl tym
Largest Stock of FURNITURE in the State, .
We are manufacturers and offer the best cood3 et lowest oricea. Do not buv J
until VOU have seen our immense stock
190 and 192 Snmmlt street, cor, Adams.
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Everybody Kjual. We all liko to be
treated alike If yon want to buy goods
where they are sold at a uniform price to
rich and poor, and at lowest living prices,
go to Kneeland's Drug Store. tf
Sliiloh's Consumptive Cure.
This is beyond question the most suc
cessful Cough Medicine we have ever sold,
a few doses invariably cure the worst cases
ef Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, while its
wonderful success in the cureof Consump
tion is without a parallel in the history ef
medicine. Since its tjrst discovery it has
been sold on a guarantee, a test which no
other medicine can stand. If you have a
cough we earnestly ask you to try it.
Price lOcts, 50cts, and $1. If your lungs
are sore chest, o back lame, use Sliiloh's
Porous Plasters. " Price 25cts. Sold by J
Answer This Question.
Why do so many people we see around
us, seem to preler'to sutler and be made
miserable by Indigestion, Constipation,
Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Coming up of
the Food, Yellow Skin, whon lor 75cts, we
will sell tnem Simon's v italizer, guaran
teed to cure them. Sold by J C Saur.
Siiiloii's Catarrh Remedy.
A marvelous cure for Catarrh, Diph-
theria,Canker mouth and head-ache, with
each bottle there is an ingenious nassal in
jector for the more successful treatment of
these complaints witnout extra charge.
Price SOcts. . Sold by J C Saur. .
-. ' menzi-um
A nobby bander set j-ing can be found at
Fisk's. . . tf
The finest lot ot Glass and Queenpware
in town, at Bradley's. tf
Removed. Frease Bros. Jewelry Store
to tho opposite side of the street, next
door to John Dicmer's meat market. 4t
Always avoid harsh purgative pills.
They first make you sick and then leave
you constipated. Carter's Little Liver
Pills regulate the bowels and make you
well. Dose, one pill. 2t
RESCUED FROM DEATH.
William J. Couehlin of Somerville; Mass.. says:
In the fall of 1876 I was taken with bt.eedino of the
lungs followed by a severe cough. I loBt my appetite
and flesh, and was confined to my bed. In 1 877 1 was
admitted to the Hospital. The doctors said I had a
hole in uiy lung as big as a half dollar. At one time a
report went around that I was dead. I gave up hope,
but a friend tola me oi im. w iiiiiiAH ual,u-o uai.
SAM FORTHEIUNGS. got & bottle, when to my
surprise, I oommenced to feel better, and to-day I
feel better than for three years past.
"1 write this hoping every ono amicteu wim uiseasea
Lungs will take DR. WILLIAM HALL'S BALSAM,
and be convinced that CONSUMPTION CAN BE
CURED. I can oositively say it has done more good
than all the other medicines I have tal en since my
Free to All. If anything ails your
horses, cattle, sheep, hogs or poultry, you
will find a line of remedies and receipts at
Kneeland's Drug Store, which he has se
lected1 and tried for years and not found
wanting, thoy are kept for tho benefit of
customers and will be filled and sold at
lowest living prices. tf
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This is an age of great works and won
derful inventions. Steam, electricity,
water, air, all are made to serve man, but
unquestionably tho greatest inventions
are those which preserve man's health and
prolong his life, and among tho greatest
of these is Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. Its effects are truly won
derful and hundreds are hapjiy to day,
who once looked -forward to an early
grave. For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis,
Asthma, loss of voice, Hay Fever, Hoarse
ness, Croupi o any affection whatever of
the Throat, Chest or. Lungs, Dr. King's
New Discovery will positively cure. Wo
can cheerfully recommend it to all, and
can unhesitantingly say is the only suro
cure for Throat- and Lung Affections.
Trial bottles ten cents; regular size fl.
For salo by J. C. Saur, Napoleon, Ohio.
Get your Isiimmer clothing of Hahn &
Meyer. Their "stock is large' and prices
reasonable . at
Ladies' and Gents' Shoes in tempting
stylos at Freaso's. 2t
. For pimples, tan, sunburn and freckles,
the .purest ;ro;medy; isllmpigx."; It re
moves pimples from tho skin, leaving it
soft and beautiful. Just try it. Sold by J.
C. Saur. may2G-3m
anH irp.t onr nricr-a. - t
Farmers, bring your repairing to the
wagon shop of M. Boyer, South Napoleon.
Prices low and work prompt. it
You Can Save It. What? Monoy, bj ;V
buying goods of Enocland, tho Druggist. 'i
Old wagons takon in exchango for worlt'f
at Boyer's. 4t i
It you want a good, easy fitting pair
spectacles.'yon will find them at Frease
Bros., sole agents for the Johnston Optical
Co. celebrated spectacles. 4t
Call and hear tho chimes of tho clock
bells at Fisk's Jewelry Store, opposite
Bitzer Block. tf
Farmers, try a few pounds ef that rock
salt for cattle; also, genuine English dairy.
It will mako your butter better. Cary hat
all kinds. ' 3t
For all kinds ot garden and field seeds
go to Bradley. tf
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Aroyou disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering anc
crying with tho excruciating pain of cut
ting teeth? If so, go at once and get a bot
tle of MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING
SYRUP. It will relieve the poor little suf
ferer immediately depend upon it; there
is no mistake about it. There is not a
mother on earth who has ever used it,who
will not tell you at onco that it will regu
late the bowels, and give rest to the moth
er, and rolief and health to the child, oper
ating liko magic. It is perfectly safe to use
in all cases, and pleasant to the taste, and
is t he prescription of one of the oldest and
best female physicians and nurses in the
United States. Sold everywhere. 25 eenth
a bottle. oct7-ly
At Frease's you will find the best line
of Boots and Shoes- Directly opposite tbc
Court House. 2t -.
For the best SO cent, lino cut, go to Brad
ley's. tf .
Important to Travelers.
Special inducements are offered you by
the Burlington Routo. It will pay you to
read their advertisemcst to be found else
where i n this issue. nichlO-lOmo
All kinds of wagon and buggy repairing
done at Boyer's. 4t
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Mia. a. Diiiuji requests mose lauieh
wanting dresses cut or made, to call at her
rooms, over Stuokman's grocery," I$J
prices are reasonable. f-: .ff i
New invoice of clocks at Frease Bros, j
next to John Diemer's meat market. . The
nicest and largest lino of clocks ever
brought to Napoleon. ' 4t :
We called at Frease Bros. Jewelry Store
the other day, and were wonderfully sur-:
prised to find such a large stock of lino
watches, ranging in prices from five to jj
one hundred dollars. 4t
Go buy one ot those comfortable sum
mer hats at the Eagle Clothing House 6f
Hahn A Meyer. They are cool and pleas-1
ant, and cheap. St
Bucklen's Arnica Salve-
The Best Salve in the world for Casts,
tsruises, sores, Ulcers, salt Kheum, -ver
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blaines, Corns, and all kinds of Skin
Eruptions. This Salve is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction in every case or
money reiunaea. mce 25 cents per box.
For sale by J. C. Sam . sep 3 '80 tf
Buy yourself a fan and go to Norden's
for it. ' 4t ;
If you want a necklace for your girl,
call on C. M. Fisk, where you will find the
finest stock ever brought to the city.- tf
Fourth of July. It has been unanim
ously decided by the citizens of this coun
ty to hold a grand, old fashioned Fourth ol
July at Napoleon. They have also decid
ed that they can buy anything in the line
of Drugs, Paints, Lubricating Oils, Wall
Paper, &c, fresher and cheaper at Knee
land's Drug Store than any place in Napo
If you want a good lunch cheap, go tc!
Tony Hahn. . Gt j
The place to get your work done cheap;;
is at Boyer's. Call and see. 4t
Just roceived, anew invoice of fine jew
elry at C. M. Fisk's Jewelry Store., tf !
For groceries, flour, teas, coffees, baking
powder, sugars, spices, and' everything in
tho grocory and provision line, call on Jas.
Myers, south end of river bridgo. 2t i
Farmers, stop and seo Myers, south end
of rivcr bridge, before you go elscwhert
for what you want to buy or sell. 2t !
Something to Know. That Knoelandj
the Druggist, sells tho best Lubricating
Oils for least mnuev. tf 1
Removal. Dr. Sheffield has remote I
hor office to her residence at corner o f
Clinton street and Haly avenue, where sho
will be found ready to attend to all busir
ness in tho line of her profession. lm
Humphrey, tho Druggist and Paint f
Dealer, has sold paints in Napoleon for the
last twenty-two years, has always guaran-
teed his paints to be as represented, and
in all this timo not a case has occurred
where he has had to refund the money. A '
word to tho wise is sufficient. Buy y t
nnintn oila vni-nialiAQ rt.f . nf thn "Old R8- :
liable" drug store. ' ' 8t.
For ground oil cake go to Bradley's, tf
Klothing! Klothing! Klothing! Men'"
klothing. at Hahn & Meyer's. Youth's
klothing nt Hahn fc Moyer's. Boys kloth
ing at Hahn & Meyer's, at the Eagle Cloth
ing House. st
ck of CROCKER
AHE ever brou
glit to Town.
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CARY has the