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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, O., JUNE 20, 1895.
The Croat KIDNEY, LIVER & BLADDER CURE. lltnnlA.H.ilL Dr. Kilmer ft Co., Bingham ton, N. Y. Forlby !.. Humphrey COUNTY NEWS NOTES Notes Garnered by Our Corps ol Correspondents Intte Tarions Localities in t&e County AH eommanlcttloDi rauat reaeh thU ofllea o ltertbn'J0M)iTnln to insure Insertion TBtproprietorofthispaperwIllnot bs taeldrs sponslbWfortlieoplnlODSor.ts correspondents, MAPLE AVESUE. Maple Avenue, June .17. , Marion Rheinard 18 havinc a new well pat down on his farm. Mrs. Isaac Browning and children. of Milton Center, were visiting with Kissinger Browning last Saturday. David Brown has boueht a new wagon. Kissinger Browning is on the sick list. Mrs. Mike Vogel and daughter Nora visited with her sister Mrs. John Boulis last week. J. H. Ballmer and family, of Mc Clare, visited with John Boulis Sun day. Jonas Smith and wife visited with Win. Bonlis near Hamler Sunday. Henry Willcox and family, of Mil ton Center, visited with Kissinger Browning Friday evening. Allen, the son of Charley and Alice Smith, died June 12th, aged 11 years, ' 4 mouths and 1 day. Arther Bonlis has been veTy ill the past week hat is convalescent now. Mvrtle Hale spent Sunday with Laura Mason in McClure. Jonas Smith and wife visited with his narents last Friday at Randall Hill. , Baking powder and tea peddlers keep the roads packed down pretty well now days. They mast have good success. X. Y. Z. COLTO Coltoit, June 18th. Last week while Jacob Hiser and family were away from home some thief ransacked their house but noth ing was missed. There was a reunion of the Einahis er family last Saturday. Tim Sullivan has moved his family to his house in the south part of town, The Raker Sunday School had picnic at the Texas Summer Resort. Mary Burklin closed a very success ful term of school in the Mohler Dist. No. 10, and pleased her scholars by giving them a time in the way of a picnic. ' A small child of Wm. Labar has been quite Bick but is better at; this writing. V. Frankie, son of W. W. McGiffln, is quite sick with typhoid fever. J. P.-McFarland made a business trip to Napoleon Sunday and called on Dr. Binsley. - Mary Debree, of Toledo, made a flying trip to Colton last Thursday and called on her sister, Mrs. McFar land. ' , ' '. Died, near Colton, on June 14, 1895, ofdiptheria, Floyd Fetterman, the 4 year old son of Alonzo and Cora Fet terman. Mr. Fettermans little girl has been quite sick but is improving; also Miss Slater, an aunt of the de ceased, who was caring for the chil dren, is sick with the same disease, " . . ' Moses S kisser. HIDGEVILLE CORNERS. RlDGEVIiLE Cors., June 18. Farmers are now busy in haying. Grass is rather light and short. The Bretherh people gave an ice ereain social last ; Saturday evening at the residence of Mrs. Struble on the ridge; there was quite a large number present and all had a good time. - M. D. Rand returned Saturday af ter a two or three weeks visit with relatives and friends in Lorain Co, and in Cleveland. Daniel Coy and wife and Jacob Mercer, of Defiance, were guests at the home of Dr. Coy Sunday. Workmen while engaged in getting out gravel at Benjamin Zimmerman's pit unearthed four Indian skeletons. Many of the bones crumbled to pieces when being removed. - A couple1 of stone pipes were also found. There ito b'e an ice cream festival next Saturday evening on the M. E. church lawn for the benefit of, the Sunday school. All are invited to come and have a good time. Win. Shadford and mother were - guests of Geo. Rooney and wife, at Grand Rapids a day or two the past week.,- Samuel Orendoph and wife, of Wauseon, visited with W. T. Chap man and wife Sunday. ' There are auite a number about ' the Corners who are painting and re pairing their homes, which all adds to the appearance of our little burg. . Bucklen'g Arnica Salve. The bestsalvel n the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblalns.Corns.and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or no payrequired. it is guaranteed to give perfectsatisfaction.or money refunded Pri(!e25centsper box. For Sale by D J, Humphrey. lyr KLNDEKVILLE. Kisdkrvillk. Jane 17th. . Henry Ellis was at McClure Friday on business. Fred. Andnx went to Deshler Fri day and while there purchased a One new top buggy. Fred Chaney Snnayed near Deshler ith his brother-in-law, . Hubbard Booth. Harvey Kinder has purchased Dock Hess's fleet footed pony. He drove over to Weston Saturday on business. Jas. Crockett and wife, of Harrison township, were the guests of Florence Kinder Sunday. Gov. Scott was on our streets Satur day, looking after his land interests. Cecil Garwood Sundayed here with his old school mates. Quite a nomber of onr people were in Napoleon Saturday on business. Win. Hardy and wife or Snyder- town were the guests of A. Crainton on Sunday. . J. Crockett, who had been visiting relatives here, left for his home in Continental Wednesday. Jack. - . HOLGATE. Holgatb, June 18th, 1895. A. E Yeager left Monday for atrip to Upper Sandusky on his wheel. Lyman Zarbaugb left Monday for a trio through Hancock and Wood counties. Mrsl N. S- Cole and Delle Fisher visited their sister, Mrs. H. W. Knox, of Sandusky last week. Sol Zarbangh is in attendance at Toledo as a petit juror in U. S. Court. , The marriage of Miss Avice L. Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Fisher, and Mr. Jas. D. Robb, of Mc Clure, O., will be solemnized Wednes day evening, June 19, at 8 p. m., at the M. E. Church, Rev. M. C. Howey of Qunincy, O., officiating. L. WORK OF INCENDIARIES. Bisr Conflagration in the Heart of Greenville, O. L0S3 ESTIMATED AT $225,000. Store, Laundry, Throe Newspaper Offices, Church, Livery Stable and a Residence In Ruins Other Attempts Made to Start Fires Thieves Oet In Their Work During the Excitement. Greenville, O., June 18. Fire broke out at 10:30 Sunday night in the rear of Mozart's Btore. The flames quickly spread to adjoining buildings, and soon tie very heart of the business center was ablaze. .-. The large wholesale store of Wester- field Brothers is in ruins, - as are the steam laundry. Daily Tribune and Courier newspaper offices, the M. E. church, Deutsche Umschau, Dr. Mat- chett's. office, the large livery stable of H. E. Davis on the north side of Third street, and the home of Mrs. William Sullivan adjoining. The fire was the work of incendiaries, and in the excitement thieves looted the town. Ineffectual attempts were made to set fire to buildings in different parts of the oity. Two persons were injured. Iney are Charles Dalrymple of the Mozart store, and Dell Daugherty of the city fire de partment. . The latter s injuries are on the head and are ol a serious nature. The Piqua and Richmond departments were appealed to and sent aid, but the fire was under control when they arrived. The entire loss, at a conservative esti mate, will reach $22o,U00: insurance, $50,000. A DOUBLE MURDER. Husband and Wife Killed and Throw Into the Ohio River. Portsmouth, O.,' June 18. The bod ies of John H. Brown and wife, Sarah Brown, were found in the Ohio river, they having evidently been murdered and thrown in. The woman was en tirely naked, and the skulls of both were crushed. They lived in a shanty boat and were anchored, at Kiiimckiu nick creek near Stone City, Ky. They were last seen Friday afternoon looking after then fishing lines. A stranger stopped at Stone City'Fri- day evening and inquired where the boat was moored and started to find it, The Dair was missins Sunday mornins. Search revealed evidences of a struggle in the cabin, a bloody club being found on the shore near by. No clew to the perpetrator and no reason is known for the murder. - . SAF.E BLOWN OPEN " At Cedarville, O., and Two Men Arrested on Suspicion. , Springfield, O., June 18. Assistant Chief of Police Warren teceived word from Cedarville that the safe in Andrew Bqst & Company's general store had been blown open some time Saturday night and $125 secured. It is thought two men did the job. John Spencer and Sanf ord Hagard came over from Cedar ville Sunday evening and were arrested on suspicion. Only a few dollars were found on both. Sandusky Double Tragedy. Sandusky, O., June 18. B. L. Hast ings, 23, who recently camo here from St. Louis and stayed Rt a resort kept by his sister, Artie Hastings, on Decatur street, shot Trixie St. Clair, an in mate, through the heart in a fit of jeal ousy. She died instantly. Hastings then shot himself twice in the left breast and he is now at police headquarters in a critical condition. Hastings says that he intended to kill both himself and the girl, as she bd gone back on him. Mawlllim Miners Working. Massillox, O., Juno 18. The report that the Massillon miners held a meet ing and decided to go on strike Monday, I Scut from Canton, is entirely untrue. With one exception, every mine is m I operation. A delegate convention is in session for the purpose of arranging dead work scale. This may lead to trouble, but it is unlikely.' . . Don't forget to take In the lawn fate at the M. . E. parsonage - this (Wednesday) evening. Ice cream, strawberries, etc., in abundance. The World's Fair Tests showed no baking powder v so pure or so great la leav v 4' enlng power as the Royal. OF PDBLIC RECORD. MATTERS OP I8TEREST OS RECORD IS THE CODRT HOUSE. Real Estate Transfers. Msri last I-l- cense. Probate Court News, Dttcn Hearing, etc., etc. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. FL4TBOCK TOWBRHIF. Sarah M. Tittle to 8. G. Tittle, 40 aores in section 34, $50. Wm. Clady to Church of God, acre in section 83, $ Wm. Kemmer to Henry Uoessling, 93.74 acres in section 4, $5730. K.B1SAHT TOWMSHIF. Stephen Royal Estate, by court, to Rosalia S. Gabe et al, 77.S5 acres in section 83 ond 28, partition. H. J). Benlen to W. t loung, 72 acres in section 2, f GOO. MOHBOS TOWMSHIF. YV. 8. 'Skinner to Dan Grim, 35 aores in section 20, $1400. J. C. Mohler to Thurman and Karl Dresbach, 40.91 acres in section 28. $1400. DaMASCUSTOTNSHIP. Jane M. Crosby to F. A. Crosby, 1.64 acres in section 11, $550. B. F. Kerr to F. A. Crosby, 11.36 acres in section 11, $1. Ann 8. Kerr to F. A. Crosby, 68.C4 acres in section 11, $1. F. A. Crosby to a. Jr. Kerr, 53.66 acres in section 11, $1. 8. 8. Laskey, guardian, to J;'. A. Crosby, 122.30 acres in section 11, $500. BICHTI1XD IOWH8HIF. Wm. Fuller to Julia Fuller, 20 acres in section 28, $1. - M. B. Henry to 1. S. Henry, 6 acres in section 15, $300. is. Jr. waggoner to K. Jfi. AiecKer, 2 acres in section 16. $1450. Taylor Winner to Win. xeets, o acres in section 17, $550. J. W. Swisher to Albert Hatcher, 40 acres in section 14, $2200. G. P. Hinsdale to J. W. Swisher, 75 acres in 15, $2800. DESHLIB. J. H. Stearns to P. T. Michael, lot 16 in Steam's addition, $1. C. C. Stevenson to Rebecca E. Myrice, lots 515, 511 and 511 original plat, $150. J. ft. Fender, sheriff, to Bam Wil- liams - lot 85 original plat, $3000, and acres in section 13, $340, J H. Pender, sheriff, to H. E. Buck, lots 289, 290 and 291 original plat, $70. .HOLGATE. J. S. Greenleretal to Milen Smith, lot 354 original plat, $100. . NAPOLEON COUFOBATIOH. C. W. Boucher to G. Bloch, lot 7 Lowe's addition, $1. G. Bloch to Elizabeth Parsons, lot 7 Lowe's addition, $350. MCCLUBE. C. H. Gidley, receiver, to'AnnaC. Hoffman, lots 42 and 40 Boom addi tion. $30. V. ft. liidley, receiver, to Sylvester i Collins, 1 acre iioom audition, $ou. MARRIAGE LICENSES. JosiahC. Yates and Nebraska Be- ver. west Meiigrove, u. Jas. D. Bobb and Avice L. Fisher, McClure. R. A. Stark and Mrs. Rachael Moss. Texas. DITCH HIABTNOS. Peter Schuller. sec. 25, Pleasant township. June 28. 10 o'clock a. in. Peter Desgranges, sec. aa, Pleasant townsnip, J une zb. s p. m. Kdson Wilcox, sec. B4 .Damascus township, June 27th, 10 a. m. J. C. Gray m section 15, Harrison township, June 24th at 10 a. m. Henry Scheril at Auditor s omce, Napoleon, June 21st, at 10 a. m. ORDERS DRAWN ON COUNTY. W. H. Booher, bur'l of paup. $11 00 H. Meyers, as't surv. ditch 847 63 A. E. Augenstein, jury. conl... 9 00 John Vogt, " " 9 00 8. Mahler, appto bridge o uo G. W. Wright, serv eql board 2 00 H. Panning, " " 2 00 A. E. Hudson, " - " 2.00 i'. uiemer, uu S. Travis, quad, enume tn Sea G. Keeterle, serv quad, board 10 00! ileal. Lasting f w w laJ sJTZ- UU v. a fri ry u 1 J"- 'nsf J 11 Uo FJerves Quaking No Heart Palpitating" Wo Dyspeptic Aching niCQTinETEUTRALIZED ANT D. Millhouse. " ' ". 4 8 00 W. Beck, " " ; " 4 00 J. Starkey, " " " J 00 Maclaren & Sprague, lumber 22 80 W. O.' Hudson, eng fees ditch 846 83 00 S. R. Christman, serr. equal board 2 00 H. Bostelinan, witness feet... 1 30 W. M. Shadford, serv. equal board 8 00 C. H. Dittmer. inf. director.-. 50 00 J. V.-Cuff. P. J. fees. 29 88 A. F. Kafferty, assessor Na- - poleon township 170 00 Hosier Safe Co., part pay on safe : 60 00 Gardner & Scherer, painting 24 00 T. Walker, frt and drayage... 72 H.'E. Stockman, inf. director 65 00 Paulding Inf. relief to panp. 8 47 J. B. Hudson, court eonst'ble 8 00 F. S. Martin, med services:.. 8 00 C. Linipach, caring for panp. 6 00 Sue Welsted, school ex. fees. 48 00 Wabash Railroad, freight 27 91 Addyston Steel Co., iron pipe 827 80 J. & C. H. Ryan, bridge mas onry 820 65 P. M. Rinebolt, ass't survey ditch 847 63 W. J. Moss, stationery 84 00 In This Country everybody is more or less affected with Catarrhal troubles, and all these victims of our atmospheric changes are on the look out for effec tive remedies. Century Cataarh Cure has proved itself the best reme dy on the market, for Cold in the Head, Hay Fever, and all otherforins of this insidious disease, it has proved a reliable remedy, cleansing the nasal passages, and allaying pain and inflammation and restoring the senses of taste and smell. For sale by Saur & Balsley, Napo leon, 0.v ' liu Destructive Fire at Manme. Toledo, June 18. The village of Man mee, 10 miles from here, narrowly escaped destruction by fire. The Toledo fire department was asked for aid, and a detachment succeeded in conquering the flames. Five stores and four dwellings were destroyed. The loss is $50,000, half insurance A Fireproof Laboratory. Wooster, O., June 18. Only two bids wore recoived for building the fire proof laboratory at the Ohio agrienltral experiments station. Scott & Elliott of Z:mosvillobid $16,000, Amos & Stance of Wooster, $13,670. The latter firm was awarded the contract. Thrown From a Buggy. Clyde, O., June 18. Mrs. George W. Willis was frightfully hurt in a run away. She was thrown out of the bug gy and struck upon a sharp stone, cut ting a gash four inches long in her fore head aud sustaining terrible bruises. It is thought her injuries are not fatal. Passengers Thrown Out. Jefferson, O., June 18. By the sud den starting of a team at the depot the Beckwith House omnibus was upset and the passengers thrown out. Judge N. Pettis of Meadville, Pa., had both I bones of his toft leg broken just above the ankle. Fatal Fall. :: Canton, O., June 18. Harvey Donze, 14, foil 20 feet from a tree striking on his head, lie has been 'unconscious since. Physicians trepaned his skull, but despair of saving his life. Increase in Wages. Cleveland, June 18. The National Malleable; Casting company., notified their 900 employes that a" geueraT in crease or 10 per cent would take enect i immediately. Only a Cent Now. Cincinnati, June 18. The Cincinnati Times-Star has entered the list of 1 cent papers. This is a 50 per cent reduction of its price. , 1 1 j Furtial Intimacy. Caller Are you intimate with Mrs Flratfloor? J . ' ' Mrs. Thirdfloor Well er our servant girls hang onr clothes on the same roof. New xork Weekly. Ammunition. ' "Now, Charlos, lot us moke a list of your debts." ' "Dun mmnont;. donr uncle, till I have flnci up your inkstand." Fliegonde Blat- NERVOUS DYSPEPTIC Full oft with ttarch sad glatt tertnt, The tint totlar Mart IK mora; Full aft at noontime it it tern All willed, wrvdUtd and forlorn. That's what you must expect of such a collar; it's the linen of it. The stand-up collars won't stand up, and the turn-down collars will wilt down. The easy, cheap, aud pleasant way out of this is to wear " Celluloid " Collars aud offs. These goods are made by covering linen collars or cufis on both 9idcs with "Celluloid," thus making them strong and durable, and waterproof, not affec ted by heat or moisture. There are no other waterproof goods made this way, consequently none that can wear so well. When soiled simply wipe them off with a wet cloth. Every piece of the genuine is stamped like this : ro a r. Insist Don eoods so marked if vou expect fall satisfaction, and if your dealer does not keep them, send direct to us enclosing amount and we will mail sample. State size, and whether a stand-up or turned-down collar is wanted. Collars 2;c each. Cufis See. pair. Th CELLULOID COMPANY 427-29 Broadway, NawYork. THE. MARKETS Provision Market SiroLEoa , O. June 13, 'fc5. ' Corrected wotkl by A .Bradley. Apples,greeiiperbt loo appiesormu per Beeswax.. . .............. . 18 Baiter .. ..... lb kgX perdozen 10 Huuuj...M,...m ltf Lard Oatocs per ba new - 75 i-otatoet new,.... I zu Mans per bu 1 oilftJ m Salt.Ooarae Bock, tier bbl . IS SaHteommon,per bbl ' Sail, Flue Table, penack..... 5,1 Corrected weekly by Frank Beck. Plcklecpork. . 10 Smokednaoon......... . 12H Smokediboulaera 10 Smoked bams 18 Bee!,rrontqaarter S Beef.hlnd luarter t Chick!, live spring,. 12U Turkeys, live 6 Duckaperibspnng. ... ois Geeae .. 40(350 Vealoalves SH4 Sberppc rbead.... .300(& 300 Hidte green 7 RheeDaelta., 10328 Combeefperlb. 10 ma DreesedHogs... Flour Feed and Grain. Corrected weekly by J. Keller & Co . EMTJFI Wheat.NoJ .Bed 72 Rye - 60 Corn perewt.. BS Oats 2 Buckwheat ............ .. aa EoilerMio.laourpeisaci .... lio N.24onr 8 Koller'fNo.snouipeisack 73 Pvpflnnrncraaok 70 Boaltedmealperaack 20 nornandoatscboDeoerowt.. 1 00 Rranderawt Sallperbbl 1 W WhlUNnfl 85 Waterlline 1 IS Kalsrpf plaster 1 50 piartsrhalrper bu 80 ftuckwbealpersack 40 Corrwtcd week'y by H. H. Vocke A Bro. Wheat.No.2aew 72 Wheat,So.S ' 70 Core pe r ewt. ..,.. 65 RyeandOat WK8 NapolfocMUU.Oem 1 15 Napoleon Mills, Rem - 4 40 RyeFlonrpersack 80 rlonrpfraoklow.?rade.. .,....... ...... ' 20 RnltedMealpersack.............. 79 D.i ti nrn wt .. .......... Oatvandcornchopperowt..... 1 lu anrnnnlnffB.choVDe TOWt. ....... ...... M. 00 Bnckwhcnt , 60 jflchlsrunaallperbbl 100 Bnoawhoatflourper sack 45 MARKET REPORTS. Grain and Stock Markets For Jane 11 New York. Beef Steady; family $11 5013; extra mess auwv ueei oamn, l suoaau: extra India mess, 1719. Cut meats Firm; pickiea eu ornsDjic; pickieu snoai rlers. ' ;: uickled Lams. BffiMiUcs. Lani Wete-u steam closed at SO TO: city at t6 i. ; July closed at t6 90 nomi nal; September, 13 nominal. Butter Western dairy, 914c; do cream ery, 12SlSc; i'o factory, 8l2c; Klgius, lSc; mutation creamery, lllac; state dairy, llftslic; do creamery, 18c. Cheese Mate, iarife. 5Ji7'ic: fancy smalL &V. 8c: part skims, 24c; full skims, 1 !7aC. tgas .-tate ana Pennsylvania, 14 &Uc; western, fresh, Vil,l3y,c s Chicago. , ' Cattle Pair to best best beeves, ti S5Q 5 95; Blockers and feeders, f3 504 HO; mixed cows aud bulls, tl 904 60; Texans, (2 505 10. I Hotts LiRht, t4 30(94 62; rough pack ing, J4 40&4 5ft; mixed and butchers, 4 40 4 75; heavy packing and shipping, U 00 444 85; pigs, 3 .HJ0l4 S5. Sheep Native, ti 504 40; western, $2 75 3 75; Texas, fc! 003 00; lambs, $3 75 6 25. Wheat Ju'y opened at from 73c to 74l4e. fluctuated considerably and closed at73c. Corn July opened at 48Ja'c, rose steadily to i13':, where it closed. Oats Septeui'.H r ranged ' from 2Ho to 2SJac, closing at 28;,ic.l llnfl'alo. Cattle Bes' steers, $5 50(g5 75; good shipping, 15 0i)5 35; butchers, $4 254 80; light and common, $3 2a&'i 75. Hogs Best medium and heavy, H 90 S 00; mixed Yorkers and mediums, J4 80S 4 90; pigs, U T0((B4 80. Sheep and iambs Clipped sheep, ex port ewes and wethers, t-i 75(34 35; good to prime handy wethers, S3 603 90; fair, to good mixed, 3 003 50; common to fair,' t2 5ytSU 85; clipped yearlings, good to choice, (4 25&H 40; fair to good, $3 50 3 75; spring iambs, common to choice, $3 505 75. Baltimore. Wheat Spot and month. 7378c; July, 7474c: August, 74?75c; September, 77ic; , steamer No. & red, 7070sse.' - Corn Spot and month, 5252V'c; July, Oats No. 2 white western, 8737Mc: No. 2 mixed, 34346. Kye No. 2, 6."tjic Hay choice timothy, 1113 00 13 50. Butter Fancy creamery, 1819o; do im itation, 1416c, do ladle.'lSc: good ladle, ll12o; store packed, 1012c. Eggs Fresh. 14c , - , Boston, . Wool Ohio and Pennsylvania XXX, 18c; XX and -bove, lTtf!7c; X, lafaitic; No. 1, 1718c; So. 2, 17(a:l8c: tine unwashed, ll12c: unmerchantable. iiVdtVic; Ohio combiner No. 1, uy, blood, 180l9c; No. 9 . hlnnrl IKlWI'lr. Clhn ,1.,luir,a IHn. Kentucky, Indiana and Missouri comb ing, bloou, 7,;raic; (to l4 blood, 17 18c; do braid, l'(il7c: clothing, blood, 1617c; do lt blood, 16t"c; do coarse, 16o. CUleiunati. Wheat No. 3 re i. 80c. Corn No 2 mixed. 50;51c. ' Oats-No. 2 mixed, 32. Kye No. 2, B2c. Pork 13 UO. Ijird fl 40. Bulk meats 25. Bacon t- 7 25. Butter Elgin creamerv, SOc; Oh o, 13ltlc; dairy, 9c, Eggs-lOc. . Hogs-fi 254 M, Cattle 12 2505 00. Sheep $150(03 50. Lambs bWtfb 80. hi IS in El 1888. 1895 HELLER, ALLER & CO., ' -MANUFACTURERS OF- The Celebrated "Baker" and "Pirate" Wind Engines, Galvanized Steel Towers. Painted Steel Towers, llvdraulic Kegu- ?2 lators. Tank Valves, Red Cypress Tanks, White tine Tanks. 3 Jobber acd Rotail Dealers In j3 Pumps, Pipe and Galvanized Fittings, ? Lawn Hydrants. Street Washers, Rubber Hose, Hose Reels, ' Gem Xozzles and Brans Goods of all kinds. t' CISTERNS BUILT TO ORDER And delivered to any part of the city. Galvanized Well Casing always on 'hand. Cjl irSei COOD COODS. o i tV ST afr ei-t - Ttt N 4 simmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnmrmmmmmrmrfmei Hn Up'to-Date IGROeERY. - I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO-C That is, we keep everything that yon would eipect to find in a modern grocery, hut do not keep it long enongh to get stale. No, we are continually distribut oooooo; OOOOOOi OOOOOCi ing the stuff among onr customers. Our blacksmith says we wear out more horse shoes than any other firm in the county OOOOOOOOO cooooooooooooooooooooo -5 THAT'S I Spengler Perry Street. C. ORQSOHNER. The oldest Hardware Store in Napoleon. ' Prints On T h rue HAVE GROSCHNER'S Napoleon, O., as the" BEST place in Henry county i r All Kinds of Hardware. And all Kinds of Farm Implements. Such as the world renowned McCormick Binders and Mowers, buperior Oram Drills, JNew York Champion horse dump steel Hay Bake, 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 all our work to be all right. Don't forget the place. mi New ! Music Store ! 1 I have opened a Fine New Music Room in the Humphrey Block, and I wish to say to the publio that I can save any one money who is contemplating buying a Piano, Organ, Violin, Mandolin, Guitar, Or anything in the Music line. - celebrated makes of Pianos ; HAINES BROS., J; & BALDWIN AND Also the HAMILTON ORGANS, Renowned for their fine tone and'ease of playing. All Instruments I also have in stock the finest line of Violin Strings in the city. All the Latest Music constantly on hand. Call and see me. Tours respectfully, SWHnmphrey Block, Washington St. CK0KKM0KK0X0KK f Napoleon t1 XKXKKK HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY, TIFFIN, OHIO, OFFERS Ten Conroes of Study. Twenty In structors Excelleot Facilities. Wbolesomf christian luSnenoe. Neir Oymnaalum with Modern Equipments. Pleaaant Surronndings Summer Term. Fall terra oiwne Sept. 11, 1SH5. For Catalogues and oihir luformarlon address. Bey. J. A.Petera.E.D, Pres., orT. H. Ronue deckur, Secre'ary. June 13-dmu The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder - superior to all others. ooooooo "1 o LOW PRICES. T oooooo ,000000 .oooooo PROOF. 3 Bro's. & Co. I S mi MARKED - I handle the following C. FISHER, ELLINGTON, FULLY WARRANTED. C. W. JACKSON. Fair Qo.M HAVE ENGAGED- Pfl -TO BE- SHOT FROM HIS BALLOON! One thousand feet in the air, each day of the fair,- weather permitting. Every Man, Woman and Child Within reaching distance, should witness this MARVELOUS FEAT ! Work Wanted. Asy intelligent man or woman aee kirn employ ment and ambttiuna to make from $40 to $150 monthly, can aecure earn by addreaalpff Globe Bi ble Publishing Co., T2S Chestnnt at.. Phi la. Pa. No capital required, nor stamp for rtply. Young van or woman wishing: to earn a few hundred dollars in the next two months prefeired. mayS0-3t . PRVPrtPPQ Wehavea larirestock of envel DBIliWrHJ.0pptatthNoBTHWB8Tjob Booms which can ba obtained, prl nted, abou t as cheap as. Sonoan purchase them not printed of the re-, tiltrado . JTTQT fil7rPlVPnlrte stock of Letter Heads iuvi auvuiiuv Note Heada. Statements. Blk heads, ec. Call at this ofllce and set urfces. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. Is inn 1 LClas.L