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THE DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST. THURSDAY. AUGUST 23, 1883.
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HOW INDIANA WAS CARRIKD
Riiroau-Drnwein Killed AVIth money
for I'lirpomM of Corruption,
InaVi tVliich Don Cameron Empties)
Sack ofSivty Thouwind Dollara.
OaiiK of Repeaters Sentto the HooHler
State From the East.
Facts Swoii to by a Republican Official
AVho AHHlated Dorsey in
Tho New York Sun of tlie 10th prints
"I was a Itcpublicnti office-holder nt
he Kast in ISho. A fortnight before the
October election In Indiana I received
an-urgent request or command to go to
lndiiinupolta. The summons was in
writing. It was signed by Senator Dor
sey, I took fliis letter to my official su
perior, and watt told by him to go.
When I readied Indianapolis I reported
to Senator Dorsey, and until three or
four days before the election worked
under his directions. During the can
vas I was daily incontact with Dorsey
and the other Republican managers at
their head-quarters iu the New Denison
House. Dorsey was every thing in that
campaign. He thought of every thing,
cared for every tiling, supervised every
thing," was obeyed by every body.
When one day he broke down from over
work, and was sick in bed, matters at
Head-quarters were in hopeless confus
ion. The subordinate managers ran
around wildly and helplessly, like so
many chickens with their heads chopped
ofl'. Dudley and New were on the
ground, but their work relatively
amounted to little, although they have
bccii superbly rewarded for the work
that they did. The one trusted lieu
tenant of S. W. Dorsey was George C.
Oorlutm. He was cool-headed and ef
ficient. Nearly every dollar of the In
diana fund that was paid out to local or
imported agents was paid on the order
of Dorsey or on the order of Gorham.
"Swain was also there during almost
all of my stay as the personal represen
tative of Garfield. He was constantly
at head-quarters. He communicated
with Garfield several times every day
by telegraph or by mail. I also wrote
frequently to Garfield to inform him as
to the situation. This faetSwahn must
have discovered during one of his flying
visits to Mentor, for he afterward treated
me with some sulkiuess. He appeared
to be displeased because facts went to
Mentor through another medium than
himself. My particular and immediate
functions were the organization and
control of the parties of strikers and re
peaters and roughs brought to Indiana
polis from the East, and distributed in
small gangs to different points in the
State. The trick of importation and
colonization had been tried on a much
larger scale, but without success, in 1876,
when I was also in Indiana. In 1880 the
meany used to carry the State were dif
ferent. The chief dependence was put
on greenbacks, not on colonists and re
peaters. "In the Garfield year I think not
much more than one hundred and fifty
outsiders were sent to Indiana from the
ISast for these purposes. One party, as
1 remember, consisted of forty-five men
from Baltimore and Wilmington. There
were gangs from Philadelphia, Pitts
burg and other cities. These imported
Kepubllcans were Letter-carriers, petty
office-holders and ward-workers in the
cities wrhere they lelonged. Their du
ties were to intimidate Democratic vo
ters, to brawl, create disturbances and
knoqk men down if necessary, to per
sonate Democratic voters and to repeat
"On Wednesday evening, OctoberCth,
about dark, Senator Don Cameron ar
rived at the New Denison House, and
was immediately shown to head-quarters.
He found Dorsey still confined to
his bed. Gorham, Chauncey I. Filley
and some of the lesser lieutenants were
there. Don Cameron had a small black
sachel in his hand. I shook hands with
"How are tilings here?" he asked.
"Everything looks splendid," said I.
"We shall carry the State 3,000 ma
jority." "Well," said he "I have brought some
"Senator Cameron's hand-bag con
tained $00,000, contributed by the man
ufacturers of Pittsburg and other capi
talists in Pennsylvania. By ten o'clock
tho fact had leaked out, and the work
ers were jubilant over the amount
which Don Cameron had extracted from
the iron and steel interests of Pennsyl
vania. The money used in the canvass
was kept in the three drawers of a black
walnut bureau in a little back room in
the New Denison House. This room
adjoined the main dining-room of the
hotel, and was separated from Dorsey 's
main head-quarters by one passage way.
The use to which this room was put was
known only to Dorsey and two or three
of his most trusted aids. Gorham had
the entry to the room. Its constant and
sole occupant was a gentleman appar
ently about sixty-five years old, nearly
six feet tall, of stout oulld and with a
determined face. He had a long, full
beard, pretty well sprinkled with gray.
I do not know the name of this man. I
never asked. This man was the custo
dian of the campaign funds, and at one
time there was not less than $250,000 in
bank bills in the three drawers of the
bureau which he guarded. The money
was of all denominations, from $100
Botes to ones and twos. The larger
notes were in the top drawer. I saw the
money in this bureau. The top drawer
I'heu I saw it ami the middle drawer
were nearlv full. The botton drawer,
which held the twoa, five and ones,
was about half full. Every bill paid by
this cashier was paid on orders from
Dorsey and Gorham. Possibly there
mav have been payments on the order
of Chauncey J. Filley or John C. New."
I saw a number of these orders. They
were tickets or small slips of paper,
with the amount in figures, the name of
the person who was to receive it and the
signature or initials of Gorham, some
times Dorsey. Sometimes Gorham sim
ply made a ticket, with the amount and
name of payee, without any signature.
Then he would take the slip Into the lit
tle room and receive the money from
the cashier, who would put the ticket into
the drawer at bis voucher. No accounts
"One case of which I have personal
knowledge where money was paid to
buy Democratic votes, was this: Six
hundred dollars was promised to a
Democrat in Fort Wayne, a prominent
local politician, for his influence in the
ward. The sale was arranged by a
special agent of the Post-office, acting
under an alleged understanding with
Dorsey. This money, after having been
fromised by the special agent to be de
ivcrtid to the aforesaid Democrat, was
sent by another messenger. The special
agent resented at the time what seemed
to be a lack of confidence in him per
sonally. Among the more prominent
manage rsand agents who were cognizant
of ail these facts were Marshal Dunn, of
Delaware, Special Agents Tldhall and
Henderson, of the Post-office Depart
ment; Surveyor Cauik and Major Wie
gel. or Baltimore; Thomas Chappell
and Thomas Cavanaugh, of the Treasury
Department. The lust named was
Deputy Sergeant-at-arms of the last
House. I "think he was the man who
accompanied, as a guard, the money
from New York to Indianapolis. Also,
Detectives McElfresh and Geo. Miller
were prominent agents at Indiana
polis." - .
Urigga' Glycerine Salve.
The best on earth can be said of Grigss
Glvcerine Salve, which is a sure cure for
cute, bruises, scalds, burrs, wounds, and
all other sores. Will positively cure
piles, tetcer and all skin eruptions. Sat
isfaction guaranteed or mouey refunded.
Only 25 cents. For sale by D. J. Hum
A BIG MAN OR A BIG LIE.
Alleged Skeleton of a Prehistoric
Alan Twelve Feet High.
' St. Joseph, Mo. August 14. Hon.
J. H. Hainly, a well known and relia
ble citizen of Barnard, Missouri, writes
to the Gazette the particulars of the dis
covery of a giant skeleton four miles
south-west of that place. A farmer
named John W. Hannon found the
bones protruding from the bank of a
revine that has been cut by the action
of the rains during the past years. Mr.
Hannon worked several days in un
earthing the skeleton, which proved to
bo that of a human being whose height
was twelve feet. The head through the
temples was twelve inches. From the
lower part of the skull at the back to
the top was fifteen inches and the cir
cumference forty inches. The ribs were
nearly four feet long and three and a
fourth Inches wide. The thigh bones
were thirty inches long, and the entire
foot eighteen inches in length. The
skeleton lay on its face twenty feet be
low the surface of the ground, and the
toes were imbedded in the earth, indi
cating that the body either fell or was
placed there when the ground was soft.
The left arm was passed around the
back, the hand resting on the spinal
column, while the right arm was
stretched out to front and right. Some
of the bones crumbled on exposure to
the air, but many good specimens were
preserved and are now exhibition at
Barnard. Medical men are much in-
tprpBtpif. The skeleton is trpnerallv nro-
nounced a valuable relic of the prehis
Josiah Davis' Trouble.
Josiali Davis, No. Middleton, Ky
I am now using a box of your Henry's
Carbolic Salve upon an ulcer, which,
for the past ten days, has given me
great pain. This salve Is the only
remedy l nave tounu mat nas given me
any ease. My ulcer was caused by var
icose veins, and was pronounced incur
able bv mv medical doctors. I find,
however, that Henry's Carbolic Salve
is affecting a cure.
Baker's Pain Panacea cures pain in
man and beast. For use externally and
Dr. Roger's Vegetable Worm Syrup
instantly destroys Worms and removes
the Secretions wmcn cause tnem.
Dentons Balsam cures colds, coutrhs.
rheumatism, kidney troubles, etc. Can
be used externally as a piaster.
Peru Republican: The Wabash Com
pany has a very complete system of re
porting by which every item of infor
mation connected with the business of
the road, which is of interest to the
company, is laid before the general offi
cers at St. Louis each morning. The
reports go in by telegraph at 7 o'clock,
a. m. All points on the eastern divis
ion report to Peru and a synopsis or
ratner a conaenseu statement, wmcn is
comprehensive, goes in from here. It
shows the number of cars loaded In each
district during the last twenty-four
horn's, the number of loads sent out, the
number of empties, the number of cars
received from the connecting lines and
tne numoer turneu over to connections
and a great variety of other data such
as the time of each train at all Import
ant stations, whether late or not; the
kind of loads placed in the car and
whether they are for the public or the
company, nils statement is made in
very condensed form, and greatly short
ened in telegrapmng by means of let
ters to Indicate stations and time; other
letters to indicate character or lading;
others to Indicate the state of weather.
etc. With each condensed statement
is sent In a weather bulletin, showing
the temperature, direction of winds and
other meteorological conditions at all
centers and district terminal points.
This would seem to require an immense
amount of labor but so complete is the
system of condensation that the reports
irom ail divisions or tne wabasii are
taken at the general offices iu a few
minutes each morning.
"The enterprising firm of Hood & Co.
are doing a rushing business iu Hood's
Sarsaparilla and Hood's Tooth Powder,
both well known and appreciated by
thousands who have tested their effi
cacy. The Sarsaparilla has effected
wonderful cures, not only in this city,
but iu various parts of New England,
where Its merits are known." Ed.
Lowed Daily Citizen. uugO-lm
1. Equal parts laudanum, spiriU cam-
rhor and tincture rhubarb. Dose, thir
r drops; diminish or Increase in quan
tity as the disease require.
2. Equal part tincture laudanum,
capsicum, ginger, cardamon seed. Thir
ty or forty ilmi, as indicated by dis
ease. Mustard turn; Hoe, freely starch and
laudanum injections, teacupful of rice
water, teaspoonfui of laudanum.
3. Two grains of calomel, one-half
grain of opium, one grain camphor.
I was severely afflicted for eleven
yean with Hay Fever, after 'trying
almost everything without avail, I gave
up all hopes of eing cured, when I pur
chased a bottle of Elys' Cream Balm.
To my surprise, after a few applications
I was entirely relieved. It. Watson
Harris, letter currier Newark, N. J.
I recommend to those suffering as I
have with Hay Fever, Elys' Cream
Balm. I have tried nearly all the rem
edies, and give this a decided prefer
ence over them all. It has given me
immediate relief. C.'T. Stephens, hard
ware merchant, Ithaca, N. Y. Price
50 cents. 2t.
There are several thousand letters,
which are supposed to contain sums of
money designed for the purcnase of
lottery tickets, still held by the Post
master at Louisville, Ky. This entire
correspondence is addressed to the
manager ot a Kentucky lottery com
pany, ami he has sent a lawyer to
Washington for t.ie purpose of mak
ing another appeal to the Postmaster
General for the release of the corres
pondence. Of course nothing is known
respecting the probabilities of success;
but judging from Judge Gresham's at
titude toward the lottery business,
they are not flatlet ing.
All over the land are going into ecsta
sy over Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption. Their unlooked for re
covery by the timely use of this great
me saving remedy, causes them to go
nearly wild in its praise. It is guaran
teed to positively cure severe couahs.
colds, asthma, hay fever, brochitls,
noarseness, loss or voice, or any arrec
tion of the throat and lungs. Trial bot
tle at J. C. Saur's drug store. Large
A disease has broken out among cat
tle in Defiance countv, that effects their
eyes, and blinds them. The first symp
toms the eyes run oft water; then turn
white and matter runs from them.
Sometimes the eyes turn red. No rem
edy has yet been discovered that will
cure the disease.
Those erudite political oronhets who
during every campaign fret the atmos
phere with predictions of the early
death of the Democratic party have
failed to observe that of the thirty-eigtth
States twenty-four have Democratic
Governors. The Democratic party can
not be said to be in the throes of final
Do not be afraid of a little fun at
home. Do riot shut your houses Test
the sun should fade your carpet, and
your hearts, least a laugh should shake
dowu a few musty old cobwebs that
are hanging there. Young people
must have fun ami relaxation some
where. If they do not find it at their
hearthstones, they will seek it at other
and less profitable places. There
fore let the fire burn brightly
at night in wintet and let the doors
and windows be cheerfully thrown
open in summer, and make home de
lightful with all those little arts that
parents so well understand. Do not
repress the buoyant spirit 'of your
children. Half an hour's merriment
within doors, and merriment at home,
blots the remembrance of many a care
and annoyance during the day; and
the best safe-guard they can take with
them into the world is the unseen in
fluence of the bright little home sanc
tum. A Good Investment.
One of our prominent business men
said to us the other day: "In the spring
my wife got all run down and could not
eat anything; passing your store I saw
a pile of Hood's Sarsaparilla in the win
dow, and I got a bottle. After she had
taken it a week she had a rousing appe
tite, and did her everything. She took
three bottles, and it was the best three
dollars I ever Invested. C. I. Hood &
Co., Lowell, Mass.
At a confederate reunion in Texas
last week, attended by 40,006 persons,
General M. Lewis said that the name
ot Jefferson Davis was the grandest in
American history. Governor Ire
land thought the Confederates had no
excuse to make for the pirt taken by
them in the late contest. He said :
"We are to foget the political strife
which led to the War, but mast teach
our children of the deeds of those
who wore the blue and the gray. We
are all Americans, and ever ready to
battle with our country's assailants
from whatever quarter." A reunion
of a different character was held on
Friday of last week, at the Wilson's
Oeek battle ground, near Springfield,
Missouri. This reunion was attended
by both Union and Confederate sol
diers. The men have camped togeth
er as though there had never been a
difference between them. An organi
zation to be known as the Surviving
Soldiers' Union League was formed
on the battle ground. It will embrace
soldiers of both armies, and the offi
cers elected were chosen from both
Federal and Confederate soldiers.
A Perfect Success.
Those two words have a vast meaning
when fully comprehended. A perfect
success can be truthfully applied to Dr.
Jones' Bed Clover Tonic, which cures
dyspepsia, biliousness, costiveness, all
diseases of the kidneys, liver and blad
der. It is a perfect tonic and blood pur
ifier; it keeps the skin clear and bright,
drives awav Dimnles and makes the
general health excellent. Price 50 cents
of D. J. Humphrey.
A Lively Fall la Pacaeager Raiea,
and Kventa ia Store which will
Greatly Exceed Expecttlona.
The busy note of preparation in
Baltimore for the coming Summer
Night's Carnival is heard on all sides,
and the city appears to be waking cp
as never before to the determination
to make this year's celebration certain
ly the biggest event of the character
ever conceived of in this or any other
country. The novel features being
steadily added to the already most
brilliant programme speaks strongly of
the striking talent possessed among
the good citizens who spend day and
night in planning and executing.
The city illuminations promise to be
upon a most extensive tcale, and al
most altogether in the electric line.
Many buildings will oe literally
ablaze with bright lights m all colors,
and it is proposed to demonstrate in
hitherto untried fields what can be
done with electricity.
The harbor display on the opening
night will be as unique as possible to
imagine, and a veritable fairy scene.
Every description of light will be in
troduced, and the pyrotechnical feat
ures novel and of great scope of design.
Baltimore, as the nearest Atlantic sea
port to an enormous section of coun
try, will show her unsurpassed harbor
to the multitude after a fashion never
before dreamed of. The reception of
Lord Baltimore on the night in ques
tion, with all its attendant effects, will
be something to remember for years,
and amply repay a journey even across
the continent. Pageant night will
also prove another memorable occasion,
for never in European or American
cities has a paiade of such magnitude
or of such remarkable richness and
novelty been attempted. Last Year's
pageant was conceded by New Or
leans mystic experts themselves, as
well as those from Mobile, Memphis,
Galveston and St. Louis, to have" been
beyond all comparison the grandest pa
geant ever witnessed in this country,
if such was the unanimous verdict last
year it would be diffcult to measure
the limit of praise this year, as the
pageant, now in its finishing stage, is
inestimably superior, larger,, grander,
and in every way finer than that of
1882. It will require a regiment of
men and horses to put it upon the
street upward of thirteen hundred
men and two hundred and sixty odd
horses. Thirty thousand dollars
would not begin to cover the expense
ot this one display. From this pros
pective visitors may glean some idea of
what is in store for them. Not only
will expectation during sojourn in the
city the second week in September be
more than realized, but travel to and
from will be looked after with most
The Baltimore and Ohio, not con
tent with making the exceptionally
low rate of half fare, or one regular
fare for the round trip from all sta
tions on its great system , but has ar
ranged a series of excursion which
will afford the greatest possible facili
ties for enjoyment. The visitor can
not indeed find a single point to criti
cise, for should he so choose he need
not have an hour unoccupied during
his entire week's pleasure hunting.
What with trips to Harper's Ferry, to
Old Point Comfort, to Fortress Mon
roe to Mount Vernon, to Luray Cav
erns, to Washington, and the Oriole
in Baltimore, the man who could com
plain would certainly growl if he had
the earth. The B. & 0. has, with
characteristic enterprise, issued an el
egantly engraved programme, and
which can be had for the mere trouble
of an application to any of its repre
sentatives or at any of its offices
throughout the country.
The B. & O. excursions announced
for September aflord opportunities for
pleasure-seeking unprecedented of
late years. With the solidity of or
ganization maintained by the pool of
the eastern lines and the rules of main
taining rates so rigidly observed, half
fare for any went i3 a big thing,
and no telling when it will be offered
Don't fill the system with quinine in
the effort to prevent or cure Fever and
Ague. Ayers Ague Cure is a far more
potent preventative and remedy, with
the advantage of leaving In the body
no poisons to produce dizziness, deaf
ness, headache, and other disorders.
The proprietors warrant it.
The following touching obituary no
tice appeared in Billy Bean's paper,
the Goshen Democrat the other week:
'The Warsaw paper announce the
death of an 'old patron' of the Demo,
crat, who took the paper for six
years and tnree months, aud then ut
terly refused to pay a cent. Anyhow,
he is gone where he will not be trou
bled by flies and mosquitoes and
screen doors, through the summer,
and we are charitable enough to be
lieve he will aUo go where there ia a
good even temperature of weather
through the winter months, where he
will have no trouble in keeping good
and warm the year round."
Hood's Sarsaparilla is made of roots,
herbs, and barks. It gives tone to the
stomach and makes the weak strong.
Sold by all druggists.
Mrs. Parvenue sent her boy out the
other day to hunt in the trees for birds'
nests; for she wanted to have a bird's
nest pudding for dinner.
A young man who went to the late
war began his first letter to his sweet
heart after this fashion: "My dear
Julia: Whenever I am tempted to do
wrong I thins of you, and I say: "Get
thee behind me, Satan.' "
Srmri8 for f.
10 est rum, Up eer. ! $1.0O aaaa, salaries
s t to is reare Urn, witk tateres.
Deer Farm, per sore; Mt each, balance OS
to lorssi time, wlia Invraa.
Maciraia,$40peracre; S6M cms, balaaosoa
lull jeers ttsae, altb Interest.
Hoase sad lu oa WaahlDgte) street, Napoleoa
0.,ll,IMea,baUBOMt eara Uau witk later,
Brtrk hoaeaoa Wsshington it met, H.apWua,300
eaaa. bakuace ea long Uue wltk InlareM.
Aaw other lam property lor sale. Gooe uaie
T. M. ECU ILL,
Land for Sale!
THE aaderalRBed will aeU 80 acme of laie alta
ated In the went half or the northweat quarter of
aectloa 14, towa 4, range 8, 7 acres clear tho bal
ance tratber land. Title clear. For farther Infor
mation inquire of W . H. Burns on the adjoining
farm, or of ANDREW SWABTS.
aplll-Sttf Merotr Co.
1 LOTS k Ik
Twenty loU, mlt1ile for hail ding parpom. In
Bnneck&r' anb dtviflou to thm Town of Napoleon,
arc offered at private aitle. The lota lay high aud
dry. Purchssaterti can have them on anytime in which
to pay for them. For Information apply at this of
floe, or address the undersigned at fiolgate, Henry
Mod lV6m. WM. RHN5ICKAR.
BUSINESS ROOM JND LOT
A BUSINESS BOOM and lot, on Washington
atreet. Is offered for ettle cheap. The room la
nitah le for moat any kind of biiaineaa, and a family
can be accommodated above. Apply soon at this
office. March 21).
For Sale, Five Farms of 80
WELL dratntd : Tnrkefoot creek running through
oneof them and North creek rnnning through
one. The others well ditched. They will be lold
if sold soon, for $10 an acre leas than their cash
value. Also wild landa lor aale cheap.
apt lJ-tf Beal Estate Dealer.
MAKE MONEY & SAVE MONEY
buying a Lot In L. G. RANDALL t Ad
lltiontot he Town of Napoleon .
These Lots arc beautifully situated , t)ln
canTenrcnt ta Schools ad the Busineiparto
'tllbemadeto thosepurenaslof forthapur
poseoflmproTlngbyBuildlnn ForTerms, Prices icenqut no t
L. H. ANDALL.
SECURE A HOME.
Land for farmS
Can secure the best ta Henry County, conrenientl
situated, well timbered at fair price and easy term. , by
decSO-'tOtf Napoleon, Henry Co.,0.
r i TT Claims a apctalty. and WAn.
I . A l I I RANTS, ADDITIONAL HOMB
Jjn.ll J STBAD CERTIFICATES and all
kinds of LAND 8CTIIP buehi and enliL Large
Swh. ami MUHE3T PRICES Pnld. Do yon want
to sell or buy! 'If . rl to A. A. TIliOl.aM,
AllararT-al.ljiw. Waahlnaloa, 1. .
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Aug. 9-st. A. O. BENEDICT, Clinton, N. Y.
Tk T A mtT f OVR 100,000 operations NOT ONE DEATH I
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Hlmlder 1 1 end Trouble Im at JImrY Urinary and Womb Tronhl
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Dr. Brlnkerhoff will be at Miller Bouse, Napoleon, 0 Feb'y 7, March 7, April 4, May 2 and 30, June 27
July 25, Aug. 22, Sept. 19, Oct. 17, Nov. U, Dee. 12. Write for circulars to Upper Sandusky, 0.
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Italian Veanes. Necessary annual ipeaiMuadito. for catalogue, address V.
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Our new stock for
has arrived, and is complete
Mir JuUngt aiii
of Foreign and Domestic manufacture
cheaper thsta ever. Our ready-made line
is larger, and embraces a greater variety
to select from than we have ever before
offered to the public.
Gents' Furnishing, Valices, Uin
brellas, Hats and Caps, all new.
Latest Designs. Lowest Prices. ,
Our own work all Guaranteed.
"We Invite an Inspection.
HAHN & MEYER,
Cor Washington and Perry Sts., Napoleon, Ohio.
Kasvearranswd taaxtaadaarbuslasseaf atone
raiUBtf and coatraoUaa as aaoanmeBtal and
grava-etoaework. We are aaw prepared to build to
Monuments & Gravestones.
MARBLE, SLATE aa. ethsr IANTLES.
Also all kinds of
Hard and Soft Stone Work
Wc soUett work af thai kind, guaranteeing aattsfao.
Yra Opposite the. Ruilroaa Depot
apltt'SS-tr Haaoleon, Ohio.
Proprietor of the
Brick aii Tile Works.
. Foot of Washington Street
I would respectfully I moras tka eitlacna 01
Henry and sdjolnlui counties that I am. bow
Building Brick, Sidewalk
Brick & Sewer Brick.
Tile Df every Desired Calibre by the 1,008
Call at the Yira id Examine Stock
and I rlee.
lafPsrtln can address me at Napoleon, O., o
they can call noon me at my residence on Wash
lngton street Scott's sdditioa . niMStf
30 TO ..
The Domestic Is an exoeedlnelr simple machine
In all Its parts sod processes, sad is quickly requir
ed s nd it needs ant little practice or skill in the ope
rator. The superior advantages of the Domestic are
malnlylight runnings quietness, no cures or fear,
whelsaremainlyperact,danbletnread lock stitch,
durebilitTfSlmplluitvof construction and hardness of
wearing parts. Self threading shuttle, self setting
needle, loosepolleyfor winding bobbins, automatic
take up, automatic tenstonssawinft from the finest
to the coarsest thread without ohange of tensions;
vibrating motion or presaerl'oot, nnuerbratding at
tachment not used by auyother maohino in the world
In fad the advantages of the Domestic are eo numer
ous that no person can afford to purchase a aewing
machine witaoiintrstglviug ths Domestic a trial.
Office at Bobrs k Yocie'n Store.
jonZt-t i i
DR. A. W. BKINKERHOFFU SYSTEM OF R8CT AL TREATMENT!
NEW PAINLKSS 6AFB- CERTAIN AND PATENTED t
TSS itudents lait venr. Onen to
the Ant collegea east or west. Ladles und