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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST. NAPOLEON, 0-, AUGUST 22, 1895.
ffilY "STAMBULOFF'S BRAVERY. 'till Cooimceona Deeds of h Murderon Bnlgarlaa Statteaaaaa. They are tolling In these days mmy stories about Stanibuloff'i personal eour age. Odo of these relates to tbe lime when he was an exile in Bucharest. A Journal of that place printed an article in which 'fas was loaded with dbualve epithets. It xwa also intimated that be and certain of ' hia oonipatriot had left their country for helr country's good. Personally he did mot mind this attack, 'but be felt that for rpolitical reasons he nnmt take notice of it. "To ignore it would 'injure the oause for "Which he was fighting. So ho waited upon ' the editor, found him alone and demanded a retraction. The editor premised timt he should have it, adding, "Meet amtonight at (naming a cafe'ln tfatyolty)aad I will show you a draft of lt lor youPApprovaL " When Btambuloff entered the cafe at tbe hour agreed upon, he found tbe editor sur rounded by a dozen of his Mends Rus sian hravos. As Stambuloff approached tbe group the editor laughed .in bis face nd bade him go to the devil. "Stambuloff quietly said: "I shall not challenge you to fight me, for you are-a oeward.-and would decline. But I will' (rno youi to challenge me, or show yourself greater eoward than I suppose even a RussiatHoan be." With that he forced his -way through the ring of ruffians, struck the 'editor three times in the open fiseewtrthi his open hand, then spat upon him, turned upon his heel and walked away. Tbe editor did not dare to ohallenge, nor did one of his friends ex press a desire to takuc taws pistol or ra pier in his behalf. At a later day he brdbe ap conspiracy against Prinoe Alexander by arresting the ringleader when nobody else could be In trusted with the somewhat delicate task. This was a plot headed Ibr. Major Panitsa. Its ramlfloatlons ezteaSed, foe all anybody anew, throughout taoiarmy and tbe po lios. Even If those aeon to arrest Panitsa were honest, it was known that he always went armed to the tests, and Bulgarian polioe are not fond of -going on sueh er rands. Stambuloff settled the matter by setting oat to make i the. arrest himself. Just at midnight, alorje,. smarmed (though why unarmed does not appear) and undls gnlsed, he knocked atiPanitza's door. The major's wife, with a loaded pistol in her band, admitted him. M5ne recognised bim and raised her hand tol flre. . fie looked at her and her arm foil. ; Shei turned away, longing but fearing o shoot. Stambuloff ascended! to Panltza's room. He found him in bed, m loaded revolver by his side. 4 ' Major Panitza, ' ' said Stam bu loff ooolly, "get up, dreas yourself and come with me." The desperado grasped W pistol. Stam buloff folded his arms and looked at him. Panitra quailed under that glance and rose and dressed himself aod followed Stambu loff to prison. Many other stories off (big' kind are told of this remarkable man, Who, like most men of strong and commanding character, had a host of bitter and, as it turned out, murderous enemies. Buffalo Courier. Enemies at themaee. One would imagine thafcwaspg and bees would flourish under the same or very sim ilar conditions, yet It lis net so in reality. Last winter was vory hard a& bees. Hardly an apiary came out quite "Scatheless, and many were nearly ruined. Nevertheless the wasp appears to be in a most flourish ing condition and is creating more than the usual amount of Irritation. Whether 1 the creature does more good, er harm one finds It difficult to determine. ' One often i sees tbe wasp eating offal and carrying off : grubs and performing ether i useful func : ftions, but It also does a great) deal of mis- Chief and seems to bane a very fine taste for fruit, as it selects and destroys the very tbest It is also a nuisnnoe to any one of a wnry nervous temperament,, for,-, though it does not exactly sting "ion: sight," it re icjuiros less provocation fhun aibeoto do so. iThe wasp is an undoubted: robber of the Ibeea, and many other awmures are enemies idfi these useful Insects. Sparrows at this reason may often be seea hoveriug.. about .the hives, but there are ibeekeepers who think they kill only the i drones and are therefore rather glad to ee them. It is wary difficult to settle the .question conclu sively, but It seems very doubtful indeed -wsbether sparrows are able to distinguish between a fat drone and the ordinary work er Ibeo. The blue titmouse, imwaver,Jeaves msiraom for doubt. He postttvely revels In bees.-and amply merits tbe daorui passed on hiaiiftod the sparrow shot that. ends his ca reer. (Luckily he Is very easJiyitrappodr Pill Mall Gazette. ERjUSALEM'3 SURPRISES. sVCttr Where There Is Neither Mirth No, Cheerful Lite. The .altitude of Jerusalem is .always a . surprise ito , the visitor who goes -there for the first tiwe. , He knows,, of course, that It 1 moun tain city, iftHd that it was built upon Mount izion . and Mount Morink, :but lie does not neo&se. until he makes tbe gradual ascent fihotlttiia about 3,600 feet abwe the level of tbhe Mediterranean and nearly 4,000 feat Abase, the surface of tha Dead sea, As high n owe side a the Ctfttfclll Mountain House, .as high on the otlxur as . the orater of Mount Vesuvius. Jerusalem Inanity of surprises. It Is, apart from tia sacred association, an U .tensely intetwatlug ispot even to travelers who are aimed atntratod with the hither' to unfamiliar And i surprising charms f Cairo, Athens .and (Constantinople. Its tee can best be expressed by the statement that the journey arouad about the outside of jits wails may be wade by an ordinarily rapid walker in tbe spase of an hour. I&s houses are smaU, jeyeguiur in Bhupo, jquoiid and mean. Ita streets, if streets 4toy be called, ate not named or numbered. 'They are neve cleaned, and in many tostanoes steep, crooked,, narrow, roughly paved, thoy urc vaulted over by the building on each side of them. Never a pair of wheels traverse them, and rarely is a horse or donkey seen within tbe walls. The halt, tbe maimed and tbe blind, tbe leprous and the wretchedly poor, form the great bulk of the population of Jeru salem, and with the single exception of the Hebrews they ana persistent andelamorouf beggars. , : Trade and oommenae seem to be oonflnd to tbe bam necessities o life and to dealer, in beadf A4 cruelties, Thsra Is but P aoar,an(I that la not a goon hotel, wlthta its walla, and oae Turkish merchant, who displays la his little window loss, doorie&t shop a small assortment of stiver charms, trinkets and brio-a-braa to the gas ot the passerby, i almost tbe only vendor of any thing like luxuries in tbe plane. His customers, of oourm, are the pil grims who eonia to see and do to warship. Jerusalem is unique as a city in which everything is serious and soleaan and se vere. It ha no clubs, no barrassns, no boot gardens, no concert halls, aw theaters, no locturo rooms, no places f am-jaemcnt of any kind, no street bands, no wander ing musicians, no wealthy or upper classes, no mayor, no aldermen, no nowspapers, nc priutlng presses, no book stores except one outside the walls, for the sale of Bibles no cheerfulness, no Ufa No one slogs, no one plays, no one laughs in Jerusalem; even the children dc not piny. The Jews, it is said, form almost two thirds of the population of the city. The) occupy a suction which oovors a gruutei part of the eastward slope of Zion, and the Jewish quarter is the most wretched in tbe wholo wretched town. Its Inhabitants .art quiet and subdued in bearing. They niakt no claim to their horodluu-y rights to the royal city of their kings; they simply and silently and patiently wait. The Wailing Wall of the Jews, so "won derfully painted by Vercschagin, is perhaps the most realist io sight in Jerusalem today. In a small, paved, oblong, unroofed in closure, some by 30 feet in extent, and in a most inaccessible portion of tho town, is the mass at ancient masonry which is generally accepted as having been a portion cf the outside of the actual wall of the temple Itself. Against thoso rough stones every day of the week, but especially on Friday, and at all times of the day, are seen Hebrews of all countries and of all ages, of both sexes, rich and poor alike, weeping and bewail ing the desolation which has conio upon them, and upon the city of their former glory. Whatever may be their faith, it is beau tiful and sincere, and their grief is actual and without dissimulation. They kiss the walls and beat their breasl4Uid tear their hair and rend their garments, and the real tears they shed come from their hearts and their souls, as well as from, their eyes. They ask for no backsheesh ; they pay no attention to the curious aod inquisltivo heretics and gentiles, whofilty while they wonder at them. Tbey read tbe Lamentations of Joremlab and the mournful words. of Isaiah; they wail for tbe days that are gone, and thoy pray to the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob that they may get their own again. Philadelphia Item. ItornnardtFs Memoirs. Sarah Bernhardt has docided to write her memoirs, but not until she has defi nitely retired from the stage. Many pub Ushers have asked bur to prepare an auto biography for them, and ono offer, made by an American house, was based on the Idea that 6,000 subscribers would pay $40 for a copy of tbe work in an edition de luxe. In the sugar corn tbe conversion of sug ar into starch Is arrested at a particular point in the growth ; the grain does not flU out and i oonseauentlr shriveled. D EPS. Gr" CFCL CD UZ The celebrated Specialist ot the France Medical Institutetfey request, will visit Napoleon, Miller Hotel, Thursday, August 20th, 9 A.M.to P. M. Toledo, Burnett-House, Friday, August 30th, 9 A. M. to-OIP. M. Consultation and examination free and invited, in the private parlor of the above hotels. Address your letter DSL ZFIEBCE, THE CELEBRATED EXAMINING PHYSiCUS OF THE FRANCE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE. 3B & 40 W. Gay St.,sM kiaeicN. of Ststorlouie, Co!umbus,0. Incorporabxil888. Capital $300989. . SR. FRANCE, of New York, Unwell known and Diseases of tUB Eye and Ear, on; account of his large practice .in Ohio, has established the FRANCE MEDICAL INSTITUTE, .whereail forms of Chrania. Nervoua and Prints Diseases will be aao. catthilly treated on the aest SotMUfiosHrinciplet. rnysicians ana aurgeoa8,eacaone oeuig a wen inp CRAMPP noJJUMriorin tend Lunira. Dvsrjensia. Bricht'a Disease. Diabetes. Eldnev. Liver. 'Bladder. Chronic Female tand Sexual Diseases aoeedllr .rated! bntreatment mai nan neen pronounced oeyionaiaope. many been restored to perfect heallklhad ther olaced i Although he treats aU diseases. of Bschronic, long-standing, obacare.or difficult nature, and ares many so-called Incurable .diseases, he wishes it thoroughly (understood that if after a , he toerongh examination yoor catftisifottaiuto be nasi to reject au sucn cases. YtrUNQ MEN Who have become -victims of solitary vice, that dreadful aad tteatrnlve habit, which annually sweeoa to an untimely gravei thouaandsof young men of exaited'talent snot naruuant intellect, may can trUAConnoencc DR.ilFRANCE, after years of exrrteace, has dto-i uoveni. uie areaiesccure anowa uar weaicneasi ittt thetback and limbs, involuntary atischargea,! impotency, general debility, lervaannesa.uan.i .(nor, (Confusion of ideas, palpitation of :the ,Beart,iunldity, trembling, dimnesse slght,or ;gianineas, oiseaBes ox tne neaa, inroas, nosepr skin,.affections of the liver, lungs, stoaaach, or bowels -tuoee terrible disorders arisSsuj from cheeolitater vlceof youth aad secret practices, fcllghtlnr'dieir most radiant hopes or anticipa tions, yendering marriage Impossible. Take mie.candid'trioufrht before it la too late. A week er ntontu may place your case beyond tne reach, eflaope. .Oujrjnethodof traatmentwlll snstdily ac4 permanesttly cure the moat obstinate case, andabsotatelyxestors perfect manhood. TS HIDDLC-MED MEN. There are man v from tho age of 3) 60 who are troubled with f re queritevaeasJioat of the bladder, often accons. paaioa by aaUght burning or smarting sensa. lion, wkaiag ttie system In a manner the patient can not account for. On examination of the urinary deposits, a ropy sediment will be found, or the color will be a thin or milkish hue. Then are many mea who die of this difficulty. Ignorant of theeauaa, which is a second stage of seminal weakness. We will guarantee a perfect euro in alt aocH cases, and a healthy reatoratioa of tho fenlto-nrinary organs. a-REI EXAMINATION Or THE URINE. Each end or bring from 2 to 4 oance of urine (that receive a careful chemical and microsconlcal tmlil be given. Parsons ruined in health by unlearned pretenders, who keep trifling with them montn alter montn, giving; poisonous ana injurious compounas, aaoua apply immediately. Delays are dangerous. IVPVnCPCii PHSCf Psrfseted In old eases which have been MegUctad or nnsklllfnlly l UiWCniUL bUAbd treated. No experiment a or failures. Parties treated by mail or express, but when possible, personal consultation is preferred. Curable cases guaranteed. bio rlte Incurred.. .!-. . . '' . avt-Caeea and correspondence centUentlrJ. Treatmeat sent C. O. D. to any part of TJ. 8, t.tt af UQ ouestiona freal AAdzesa. with Hietasa. Xa. K. flSAJICS. VramkllM Asm A Tmrky to Uh M Tot1 Kacrt. The following Incident is told of Mr. George W. Perkins, tbe knowledge of which came la rounds boot way: Mr. Perk to bad leased a farm in south ern Iowa for the sum of 9600, oash rent. Tbe renter found last fall that be was to be left la a very deplorable condition year of hard work and expense; no crops, and hia rent and other Indebtedness star ing kin in the faoe. During a visit to his ! home, Mr. Perkins, talking with his too I ant, aKked him for the contract. KeseW I lng It, be tore it to pleoes, remarking, as be did so, "Frank, I guess- we'd bettor mabe a new start in this matter. During the holidays Mr. Perkins re vetoed from bis tenant a very fine turkey. ) it was all that bo received for the farm for Che roar. It, however, afforded iiim as nuch or more satisfaction than tbe WOO wf cash would. The example set by Mr. (Perkins early In the fall became quite Infectious, and many other farm tenants in the vicinity were similarly dealt with by their landlords. Des Moines Review. Thenyomwlll be glad to knowttfcat there has i been invented a lamp chimney that, best can't break, it's called the iVOSF TOP. M a means oil Introducing it where not for sale y the trade, the following remarkable offer In marie : IT poo re ceipt, oreue dollar, our lntrodncUon box will be sent, express paid,.eon tainlngcix Ivory Top chimneys, ro Imported lamp shades or hand some design, with wire frames, two rotary lamp cleaners, and t wowlcks. If this is more than you need' get a neighbor to take hair. Give Cull ad dress, town, county and state. A IttUe book abont lamps Mat tra. THE E.IPPIXCOTT GLASS CO., Alexandria, Ind. to Dtt. t,. nnaatti, 747 Franklin Ave., Columbua, Ohio. and successful Sptclallst la Chronic Di He is ably assisted by a full corps of eminent Known specialist arms proiession. diagnosing and treattngidiseasesand deformities. that has never failed In thousands of cases people meet ueaui ctvexy year wno nugm nan their cases in the haaMkaof experts. wishes it thoroughly aaderstood that if after a incurable he frankly teUsgHMi so and reserves the DISEASES OP WOMEIL-lWe have special da. artmenu thoroutrhlv aosanized. and d exclusively to the treatment of diseases of women. Every case coaanttingour specialists, iwnetner nv letter or neaau.m sr-ven tne most I. careful and considerate attention. Important .cases (and we get few which lhave not baffled the Skill of all the home physicians) have the bene, fit of a full council of skilled specialists. In -treatment of diseases peculiar tto females, our .success has been marked, oner two-thirds of ,our,patlenta being ladies, old, young, married, isingle, rich and poor. Our method la entirely tree .from objectionable featuees of the general practitioner, namely, "Local tneatment." We seldom find it necessary. Wepreeaare remedies, .constitutional and local, as the case demands, and instruct ladles how to treat themselves. MARRIAGE. Married persons, or young men oontantplating marriage, aware ot physical weakness, loss of procreative powers, impotency or anyafher disqualifications, speedily restored. PRIVVII DISEASES.-Blood Poison. Venereal Taint, Gleet, Stricture, Seminal Emissions, Loss ot Sexual Power, Weakness of Sexual Organs, Want of Desire la Male or Female, whether from Imprudent habits of youth or sexual habits of mature years, or any causa that debilitates the sexual functions, speedily and permanently cured. Consultation free and strictly confidential. Absolute cures guaran teed. Medicines sent free from observation to all parts of tha United States. EPILEPSY OR PITS Positively cured try a new and never-faillnc method. Testimonials fns. nishod. . nsrson annlvina for medical tmtiwit ahnuld passed first in the morning preferred), which wilt examination, and if naneated a written analvaia I Do You Use Lamps? 9 Hold on To Your Empty Spools: Every woman should use Willimantic Star Thread and save the empty spools. If they have the origiml label on the end showing that they heW Willimantic Star Thread, they is one of the most liberal offers send yoor name and address to SPOOL DEPARTMENT WlLLIItiAMlL THREAD BIG PROFITS Returning prosperity ill make many rlrh, bnt ume aa oj suoceaeiai spe:uieuou in uiaia, f iutumi $105 For Each Dollar Invested can be made by our Systematic originated by ne. All sneoearnl speculators omnia It in a well koown fact that there are thnnssnda STatmatfc tradtDS throusll Ooleaso broker, make tbonaaud dollsra for ttie man who invt-ats a hundred It hi also a fact that thnae who make the I arse at tbia plan are persons who it away from Chicago and invest throngti brokers who thoroughly under-atand-ayatematlc trading. Oaf plan dw not rlak the whole amnnnt Inveated on any trade, but eovers both aides, so that whether the market riaee or fall it hrlnira a aleadv profit that pilea up enormouaiv in a ahort time. MTBITC FOR CONVINCING PBnACS atao nar M.n.,.1 ,.n inriu.M .nunlalln,. and our Daily Market Brtiort, lull of nioney-maklug ...u... luii. ."...' - reiari.vea iu resani hi our aianaiOKSno aucceaa. for further lalormstlon address THOMAS & CO., Soakers 8s Stokers, n,;.6.n. 241-242 Rfolts MMlH, CHICAGO, ILL H. C. GRQSCHNER. The oldest Hardware Store ha Napoleon. Foot Prints On Tbs San HAVE GROSCHNER'S Napoleon, 0-, as the BESTiplace in Henry county for All Kinds of Hardware. And all Hinds of Farm Implements. Such as the world renowned McGormick Binders and Mowers Superior Grain Drills, New "York Champion horse dump steel Hay Rake, 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. New Music Store ! ji I have opened a nine New Music Room In the Humphrey g && Block, and I wiVto-say to the public that I can mavm ?S j any one money who is contemplating buyiug a W Piano, Organ, Yiolin, Mandolin, Guitar, Or anything in the iMusio line. I handle the following jS celebrated enafces of Pianos : . f HAINES BROS., J. & 1 BALDWIN AND f Also the HAMILTON ORGANS, k Renowned for their fine tone andease of playing. fi RU Insrtuments I also have in atock theifinest line of Violin Strings in the city. All the Latent Music constantly on hand. Call and aee me. TCottrs respectfully, OWHnmphray Block, WaBh ngton St. BRieK AND TILE. Ar ever Wihiah they are selling at prices ae beap e any other yard in the county. Those Contemplating Building or Tiling Should .examine our stock and prices. Yard on South Side, Napo leon, west of river bridg. MEYEBHOLTZ BROS. 1888- HELLER, ALLER & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF The Celebrated "Baker" and "Pirate" Wind Engines, Galvanized Steel Towers, Painted Steel Towers, Hydraulic Regu lators, Tank Valves, Red Cypress Tanks, White Pine Tanks. Jobbers and Betail Dealers In Pumps, Pipe and Galvanized Fittings, Lawn Hydrants, Street Washers, Rubber Hose, Hose Reels, Gem Nozzles and Brass Goods of all kinds. CISTERNS BUILT TO ORDER And delivered to any part of the city. Galvanized Well Casing always on hand. GOOD COODS. -o wcuwalCa :r1l are valuable. This ever made. For particulars, ) WILLIMANTIC, CO., f CONN. -ON- .tSmaU Investments I nowhere ran tbey make so mock within a hort sua sto.-i. Plan of Speculation on a reenter anteni. of men in ll nana if th r.nllt Rti who. hi lama amounia everv iir. ni,4nv fmm fuv or two hundred dollars tip to $5u,UuO lo $1(jU,000 or nroflta from eomnamtivalv amall 1 nveatmanta nn pointers. ALL KKE8. Oar Manual explaina MABIKED - C. FISHER, ELLINGTON, FULLY WARRANTED. C. W. JACKSON. Tie MejerMl; Brothers maw manufacturing gome of the Finest Brick and Tile iuanufaotured in Henry county, t their Sew Tile and Brick Yard 1805. o LOW PRICES. M'FARLAND'3 VOCAL WONJtHS. the Katattaiatas; Oral Idlo tonstea of a aanUiara Caiatra. "Toot!" said MoFnrland. Tbe man who hadn't been to Sports man 't park for two seasons turned to a crank at his side and said: "What did be say?" "Two oat," returned tbe omnk, and oraned bis bead to watch A oner Powell slide to first. " Yuroot!" yelled the umpire. The newcomer semtched his bead. "Well, he la tbe greatest I tiava ever seen," be said. McFarland, the man who said "Toot!" at the Uip ot this article, is the new um pire of the Southern tongue in these parts. He looks lis ) a oolloge man, and is said to be one, but be offers a curious study to the student ot pronunciation. Ho enn sny "two" and "three" in a way nlhiKitther his own. It's worth a trip to the pnrk just to bear him say It, so that if tho boys pray bad ball and there's no Interest In the gnme, if McFnrlnnd's only there tu call balls, why, It s all right, and tbe grand stand goos home happy. Of course it Is impossible to convoy in oold printer's ink the delightful admixture of Kickupoo Indian, Traleo bagpi)e plny er, fiddlostring aud foghorn Unit unite in tho resonant tones of McFarlnnd when he makes a decision, but the following will give something of a phonetio approxima tion of the sound of his words: "Str-r-r-roique wunl" "Bolte-h-h-hoo!" A digressiun is bore necessary to explain tho above. It means " ball two, but no lotters and few tongues can convey on ad equate conception of the strange, the weird, the almost apparitlunnl elluct of the sound. Nor can language describe tho way MoFarland works his face to got the effect of the prolonged "h. This may glvo tho ghost of an idea: Lifting his right foot and jumping into the air with his left, he extends bis neck, and while in midair takos an enormous respiration. Landing fuirly upon both heels, he places his tonguo between his teeth, sneezes quickly, imitates a distant steamboat whistle by breathing audibly from the throat and ends with a deep bass vowel sound, so that the whole, whon placed together into one melody, united in the above namely: "To-h-hool" "BoUth-th-h-h-hree!" But this is futile. If oneearoould speak to another, it alone could describe bow Mo Farland says "three." Suffice it to say that it Impresses one as though he were pulling the sound out of a bottle with a very small neck. Tlio next words that he utters shows that he has suoceeded. "Bollfour-r!" The words oome out as blandly as ripe bananas. He has pulled tho "two" and the "three" up by the roots, dragged them up out of the bottle neck with his labial corkscrew, and the "four" comes out with a smooth, round, relieved cadence that trickles into the air as gently as the run ner takes his base. "Owl ball!" This is one of MoFarland's most adroit oral achievements. He means "foul ball, but the grand stand never catches the f." It goes over to center like a nigger onaser, and the owl comes home. The phenome non of this singular disintegration of a word presents a curious offeot: When the far end of the bleachers hears a sound us of a skyrocket going up, it is known thut a foul has neen struck, and when the grnpd stand hears the name of a bird which McFarlnnd Imitates when he says "Te-h-hoo" it also knows that a foul hog been hit. MoFurlnnd is the only man in tho South ern league that can throw an "h" entirely across tho field. With a llttlo practice he might throw them intp London. It would not be a bad idea if bo threw most of them over In tbe bleachers, where thoy nre sadly needed. Silver Bruun says ho will catch a few of them himself, and uso "doin on the coach line. Seel"' New Orleans Tlmos- TaAmnar-afc. Farm for Sale. EIGHTY ACRES In Liberty township, two mllei west ot Libert y Center, Ohio, good bafn, house, welle,elo.,KOod coil and thorouirhly drain ed. Long lirne and sood terra. Addreea GEO.B. BUCHANAN, msch7-tf Liberty Center, O. NAPOLEON. GOING "WEST. No. 46, Toledo St. Lou is Ex 6:09 a. m " t41, " A Kansas Olty x...ll:81 s. m " t87, " & Defiance Ex 6:57 p. m " t3, " 8t.Loa(Ex 6:1 p.m. " t 71, " A Ft. Wayne Loral. 9:20 a m GOING EAHT, No. 42, St. Louie k Toledo Ex 6 :81 a. m ' t 88, DeflDeeATJodo Ex 7:06 a.m. " t 46, KaosasCityt Toledo Ex.... 8:10 p.m. 44, Bt Louis & Toledo Ex.... 8:58 p.m. " 70, Ft, Wayne & Toledo Local ....18:26 p.m. I Dailyexoe.pt Sunday. Dally. CM. BRYANT, Agent Baltimore &. Ohio R. R. TIME TABLE, ttS-IN EFFECT JUNE 30th, 1895.-! East-Bound, STATIONS. 14 16 oranrBAbTUM. Lv Chioago " Dessoee PK AH PH AM 70 t05 8 00 10 16 a AM PH PM t 6 03 ) 10 140 8 86 Lv. MonroevilleJ 811 t3 31 ta 81 Lv. Sandusky. Lv. Maneneld.... " Mt. Vernon. Ar..Kewark...... Lv. Newark 8 00 10 05 11 21 taoo 4 55 6 06 ts 00 6 60 7 45 8 22 8 30 911 ra 12103 16 65 'IS 30 1 12 " Zanearllle.... uinm TiHs. Ar. Wheeling . " Plttabnrgh.... " Washington . ' Baltimore,.,.. ' Philadelphia New York .. 9 10 PM 105 t4 15 AM 680 8(6 1 16 A H 7 lb p v 4 60 6 09 PM AH noon 6 38 760 10 16 12 00 1 06 8 40 S66 8 08 10 40 PM 12 8S1 West-Bound. STATIONS. 7 6 111 7 106 8 A 17 47 PM AM PK AM AM 8 16 6 16 7 40 1 SO 1 20 9 00 11 00 640726 CENTRAL TIMS Lv. Defiance,.... Ar. Chioago.. PDLLMAN SEBYICB. PlttebnrKandCnlcago.Trajna Noa.5,8, 14 A 16. Chicago, Olevelsnd and Pittsburg. Trains Nos. 14 and 15. Chlesgosnd New York, Trains Hon. 7 and 8. Chicago and Philadelphia. Trains Nos.SandB. Pittsburg and Cincinnati, Trains Noe. 105, 106, 108 and 101. N Trains one hoar late Sunday. Trains ran Dail'. tSlop on signal. 8 Will wait 10 min.for con nection tDally exoept Sunday. H Stop on Signal Sstnrdsys only. Ticket Agents will please oheck np the time tsblealn newapapera published sttbelrstatlon and make the necessary corrections in aooordanoe with the above figures For farther Information eall on B. & O.Tioket A gent, or address L. 8. Allen, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Chioago, 111. J. TAN. SMITH. - Qen'ISopt. 0. O. SCULL, Oen Pass.Agt. It has lung bora maintained that In tbe verags American home the oust ot living lhat Is, of the food supply is at least 100 per oent greatarr than It need be. Ez- pesiment has demonstratad this time and tuns again, but many boosekerpera, espe cially among those who bar the greatest Deed to p radios economy, cannot be brought to a realisation of tbe stxaTa ganos of their man nor of cooking. In many publlo schools physiology is now one branch in tbe course of study. This affords an opportunity for tbe Intelli gent toucher to impart to our future house kdepers some knowledge of the relative values of food, and with this knowledge at a foundation we will probably learn some day to utilize ninny food producers that are now wasted. The cooking schools are doing much to bring about that time by showing us bow to prepare appetising moals from what our mothers would have thrown away, and alsu how in pinch to servo the shiiio article of food every day for a week, but prcpurMl in so many en tirely different ways tliut the bead of the house does not oompluin of a monotony. Womankind. Telephones Hurting Hotel Boaln Oue of the latest discoveries in connec tion with the development and exteniiion ot the telephone business la the result which it has had upon the hotel buKlness, and consequently upon railroad business. It Is no doubt true that much of the busi ness that formerly required a trip to New York or Boston by Chicago business men Is now transacted by means of the long distance telephono. The rule works both ways. An observer of Chicago hotel busi ness 'jxcrilies much of the dullness in the rotundas to this cause, and many of the hutel mnnagers und clerks are disposed to belle. 0 that the theory is not only plausi ble, but founded upon stubborn fitct. Chicago Western Electrician. PCBELY VEGETABLE. iHkHl-a-r Sklat Soap sue InTadab able AatiMpUe. A clean soap is as necessary to health as clean clothes. 8-a-n-a-d-o-r Skin Soap is made of pure vegetable oils and is wholly free from all irritating ingre dients. The antiseptic property it con tains is a recent discovery. It is abso lutely purely vegetable and destroys all disease germs that infest the skin. While admirable for the complexion, for the toilet and bath, its rare medici nal properties make it a positive oure for Eczema and all skin eruptions. Price 25 cents a cake. Prepared by S-a-n-ft-d-o-r Medical Co., 10 and 12 Vandewatep St., New York City. For Sale by Saur & Balsley. Legai lNotice. JOHN P. BOWEJt, who resides at Colnmbls Falls, In Ibe Btale of on Una, will take no. lice, mat on me vein aay oi juiy, ibvo, juavia Wilson filed bis petition In the oonrt ol Common Pleas of Henry County, Olilo, agalnsi said John P. Bowon, being Caae Mo. 4865 therein, sllrglng in substanoe that said John P . Bowen la tndi bted to said David Wilson In Ibe sura of 1101 1 1-100 nn a note given by said John P. Bowen to D.A.I. Wilson fur tbe sum of 28. 24, dated March 71b, 1888, due In one day after dsle with Intmstat per oent., which note Is now owned by said David Wilson, and also on an account for goods and merchandise sold by said David Wilson to said John P. Bowen, In Ibe sum of 88.83, on which ac count there Is Interest at 6 por cent due Mncethe 4tb day of October, 1866, which said note and ao oount are wholly nnpald, and lor said sums of '28 84 and 828.38 with Interest as afore said, said David Wilson prays Judgment against said John P. Bowen. An order of attachment In sld srlion baa been duly lsaued againat tbe property of said John P. Bowen, and duly levied on tne following real es tate of said John P. Bowen, to-wlt: The undivided one-fifth part of the North east quarter of tbe North-eaal qnertor of Section :I5, Township 6, North of Bange 6 Eaai, In Henry Comity, Ohio Said John P. Bowen Is raqnlrod o answer said SeliMon in said action on or before tbe lSlh day oi ctober, 1805. DAVID WILSON. August 15th, 1895. ,T. P. Bagan, W. W. Campbell, Pll'ffs A tt'ys. 7t Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. IN pnrsuanee of an order of the Probate Court of Henry County, Ohio I will offer for aale a -publlo auction, on Monday, Sept. 2nd, 1803, at 10 o'olook, a. m., on ibe premises, the following described real estate, sitnsto In the County of Lucas snd State of Ohio, lo-wit: Tbe west half of thenorlb-esek quarter of section seventeen, (17 In township six (fi), north of rsnge nine (8) eait, containing SOaorea, more or less. The property Ilea one mile south-east of Neapo lis, anil oontaiEB buildings and an orchard; 60 sores oleared. Appraised at 12,000. Terms of Hale One-third cash in hand; one third In ono year and nne-t bird In two years from tbe dy of sale, with Interest ; Ibe deferred pay ments to be secured by mortgage on the premi ses sold. DAVID MEBKISON, Administrator of John Ketrlng, deoeased. Napoleon, O., Ji-ly lillh, 1805 Martin Knupp, Att'y lor Administrator. Administrator's Sale oi Real Estate. IN pnrsuanee of an order of Ihe Probate Conr of Henry County, Ohio, I will oiler for sale a public anoiton on the 31st day of August, 1895, at 10 o'olock, forenoon, at tho north door of the court house in Nupoleon, Henry county, Ohio, the following described reel estate situate in county of Paulding, township of Brown, atato of Ohio, and known as a part of thetouth half of tbe north, west quarter, of section 4, township two (2), north of range four (4), esst, desoribed as follows, to-wlt: Commencing at a point on tbe weat line of said south half of northwest qsartor, eleven (II ) rods north from the southwest corner of en Id south half, thenoe running easterly at right angle, to said west line, to tbe east line oi said sen ill half, thence north on said east line to the north east corner ot said south half, thenoe westerly along tbe north line of said tract to tbe rorthwest corner of said soutb bilf, tlieuoe southerly to tbe place of beginning. Con taining seventy and sixty-six hundredths acres, (70.66). Appraised at2120.00. And also lots forty-three and forty-four (44) in William Kanfman'a first adnitlon to the village of Kanrmauaville, now Bolgate, in said Henry coun ty, Ohio. Appraised at, lot 48, $100. , " " " 44, $200. Terms of Sale First traot oash, second and third tract, one-third caah, one-thlid In 1 year and one-third in 2 years from day of sale. QKOB.UE W. FISHER, Exeentor of William B airls, deceased. James P. Ragan, attorney. July 29th, 1895 Probate Notice. NOTICE Is hereby slven, that F. H. Selnbolta aa Executor of the estate ot Engel Dravis, has filed a final account of hia sdmlnlat ration, whleh will be for bearing and settlement Sep tember 2nd, 1895. 1. V. CUFF, Probate Judge. Probate Notice. NOTICE Is hereby given, that Charles R. Gid. ley as Administrator of the estateof John Hamler, has filed a Aral account of his adminis tration, which will be lor hearing snd settlement September 9th, 18S6. J. V. CUFF, Probate Judge. Probate Notice. NOTICE la hereby given, that William S. Wil Ieman aa administrator ol tbe estate ot Ssmuel L . Bear, bas filed a final account of his ad ministration, which will be for bearing and set ment August 26th. 1895. J. V. CUFF. Probate Judge. Probate Notice. NOTICE is hereby given, that A. F. Cory, a a administrator of Thomas B. Hays, has filed a first account of his administration, which, will be for hearing and settlement August 86th.. 1895. J. V. CUFF, Probate Judge, Probate Notice. NOTICE Is beieby given, that Hartln Knnpp a Administrator of tbe estate of Leroy J. Ward, has filed a final account of bis admlnis nation, which will be for hearing and settlemeas September 9th, 1886. J. V. CUFF, Probate Judge- ywam num. wmw 1 r-M