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NAPOLEON F AIR PTEMBER 3rd 4th, TT-TZr: ZZ7 ........a... I r vvwwvv vv vv v v ryyrre 1 &&&&&& &&&&&& 1 5M. REISER'S Harvest Sale COMMKSCIXO Ang. 26, UnUl Sept 2i, InclasWe. W hair set lb Baprr Uaw coofipb to ea'cb tea Kh'.rtml naxl. PRICK LIST. , K X-tlMaa'aTaa Show, worth a,vxBit3 85 Black Sanaa t CD " . Z.B.RcjraoUt' Tan Shoe 4 00 M 4.00 " 10 t W .t Bora - " Touthf - " l ' . . " .M " It W. L Don;tiB oho" MiopMI &1 " 51 SMI " IM .. 1 00 ' 1 75 W omens' shoee M " 5 30 Ladies fine shoes- 1. Armetronii's One t)onl line Hsno Turns. ... tM " 4 15 u . ' 4.011 " SXi i McSa.) Beared M " 1S .. a 3 00 " 1.6V TheD. Arrostrona: ehoca areatl high grade: iroode Drew, ftlhley I o'e Vicl Kill n-nd tHro, ... .00 - S.M " McKay aewed, S.S " 2 80 . m 5 50 t IS m J JS 1 75 Wr aim hivii lot of Vlrl KM ahoe hl-h we uever eomfor luce thao f I Kl, nnr naiveei price In - - $1 S- Tan Shoes and Sllnpers- D. AimstniDg'B Vicl Kid 111 Tana 4 Oil M 3 M ;Cay sewed SOO ' M One lot of Goat Bait mil Lace I SO " M BLIPPKI1S. Worarns line VIcl Kid hand turned 8(0 8 so ISO j.no l 50 1 Vi 1 23 3 40 1 85 Hnaala Calf " Dongiila McKay sewed 1.85 1 ! 1 .J". 1.00 79 Weauoba-ea lotof larilrnM.IO and 4.00 gooda that we are aellloir at $1.7.1 ami $201. Ala a lot iilMl.wn worth IroDi U1 lu5J-oowatll0c. TEHMS OK TH IS 8ALK CASH. Kcwwalully, M. REISE11, Jr., The Popular Stioe Man. Cor. Main A Perry 8I., oppoaite the Signal of noe, near the oaual. SIX Pitlt CENT. LOAN S. We are prepared to make at once any first-class loan tendered on Henry county real estate at 0 per cent, in terest, time and payments to suit borrower, in sums of $500 and up wards. Application to be made through D. Meekison, of Napoleon, Ohio, our authorized agent. Thk Mutual Likk association. HOHET TO LOAH At 6 and 7 Per cent T. A. CONWAY, Napoleon, Ohio. MONEY TO LOAN At 6 and 7 p" oent M. KNUPP, Napoleon, Ohio. MONEY TO LOAN At 0 and 7 Per oent- F. D. PRINTIS, Napoleon, Ohio. MONEY TO LOAN at 0 and 7 per cent., with the privilege of paying back any amount at any time. tf J. R. LINTHICUM, Napoleon, O. CHARLES SHUMAKFH, Fashionable hair dressing and neat shaves. West slue ol ferry street. wa.t, binzijEY, Dentist. Room bo ver Humphrey'. Drag Store. tf At the re (neat of our many patient In ttita vicinity DR. GILBERT tytho Chief Examining Surgeon of the German Health Institute Toledo, O. Will vielt Napoleon, Oblo, at Miller House, Tuesday, Sept. 10, From 8 1. m. until Op. m., and one day each month thereafter. Cuuinltation and examina tion free. German Health Insiihk TOLEDO, OHIO. Largest Practice p.ri Most Complete Insti tute in the U. S.; Its Record of vJonder- ful Cures Is Seconcj to None in the World. Conducted by expert phy- A. F. KALKHorr, w. D.; PltBSIDENT, f Ejiioitn and Sargeui ia Chrg. aictana ot 35 years prtvat? ana nospitai experience in Europe and America. Special departments for .nccial diseases. Orininal methods for home treatment, world renowned. Each case is treated on its own merits, intensive laboratories, Vegetable Remedies. Our motto has always been: honorable trbatmbmt and low fiiARr.isI Ws positively eure under guarantee: 6tomach and Bowel Diseases, such as Dyspepsia, Constipation, Piles, Diarrhoea; Eva and Ear Dieeeseo, Deformities and Surgical Diseases, such ns Spinal Curvature, Club Feet, Joint Allectinns, Growths, Tumors; all Chronio and Desperate Rheumatic, Heart and Liver Diseases; Blood and Bkin Diseases, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, c2cma, Pimples, Freckles, etc.; Female Diseases, especial ly those which have baffled the skill of other phy atcians. Eplleptie, Fits, Rupture, permanently cured by a new, scientific method. Brain. Spinal bnd Nervoua Diseases, Paralysis, Locomotor Ataxia, Neuralgia. Sciatica, Lumbago, Headache, Sleepless ness, Dizziness, Brain ana KervouB Exhaustion, Spinal Irritation. Canoer positively cured without the use of a knife. Tape.worm removed in a houre without starvation. Kidney and Bladder Uisoasee, Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Inflammation ef th: Bladder, Enlarged Prostate, frequentanddribbling Urination, etc. Throat, Luna and Nasal Diseases, Such as Catnrrh, Bronchitis, Asth ma. Consumption, Deafness, etc., cured by our original system ot Dry Inhalation, for home treatment. Worst cases of Ca tarrh cured by this method in two to three months. Private and Sexnal Diseases gu"ramcnednrda forfeit of $1,000 for failure. Lost Manhood, Sper matorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Effects of Youth Tul Indiscretionsand Sexual Excesses, Nervous De bility Exhausted Vitality, Confusion of Ideas. Aversion to Society, Loss of Memory and Enerpy. Impotency, etc, quickly and permanently cured by an original and never, failing treatment Gonor 1-hoca, Svphtlis, Gleet, Stricture, Hydrocele nnd . Varicocele cured in the shortest possible tir-ic, with cut the use of mercurv or hindrance from business Cures guaranteed when others have failed. Low charges, nnd consukrition free; correspondence e crcdly confidential. Hours 90. m. to 8 p. m. ; tu-.i days and Holidays 0 to 13 m. oUT OF TOW!1 PATIENTS treated with unfai!injrhucccsstnrc.uj.i covrcspon'Jonce. Examination blank nnd "Th. b:;ic Gi:arcl3 of Llc,' (128 page book) cent l'rcc. Address, ' CEBIilAII HEAIra IBS1TETSTTE, 093 nod COT K 11 ill unit St. TJ.Ii;o Every Dollars worth of Summer Goods must be sold. OUR SILK SALE! Silks in fancy and stripe and In fancy China Dresden pattern , worth up to $1.36 per yard, at.. BLACKDRESS GOODS ! 42 inch wide Henriettas, German make, 43 inch wide French . . ; Brilliantines and Nuns Veiling worth and sold at $1 per yd . DRESS 1 GOODS 1 , ' . Earlv Fall advance sale fancy wool novelties'; in variety of hand eouie patterns. 75 and BOB yard qualities, at ! , .... ! 4... . ' nSTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTnTTTTTTTTTTTTO A FKESII Supply I OK DOVE HAMSI JUST 15ECEIVED, Best in the Market, i Mrs, R. B. Shasteen's Till: OLD VETEltAXS. List of Soldiers and Sailors Liv ing in Henry County as He turned by tlio Assessors Tliis Spring. Following in a commencement of the publication of the list of old sol diers and sailors of Henry county as returned by the assessors this spring, which will bo continued from week to week until the list is complete. RICHFIKI.li TOWS9HIP. Mercer Rufus. Ij. D. Croniiufer, Win. Fuller, Win. Hums, A. H. Foot, pnv. corp. priv. R 122 cav. C Ki4 inf. B 48 " 100 cav. F 180 inf. I 190 " C 90 cav. D 140 inf. (t 100 cav. B 50 inf. B 41 " P m " A 175 " I. S. Henry, Frank I.ebay, H. Audrix, Madison Kirk, sarg. lriv. T. O. Snider, M. Hicks, H. Frankfather, 8. K. Grotty S. Hunter. corp. veterinary, d 7 cav. inf. H. SSliut.er. Cieo. Hhafer, (leo. Vople. 1). Yost, Jos. Kisner, B. F. Henry, Chas. Barber, Win. Hatcher, sarjr. corp. priv. H 04 K 230 B 100 C 101 I 128 E 130 A 72 C 45 111 H 57 E 55 D lit I 179 C 9 I 132 H 103 K 81 I 40 D 140 D 140 B 1(10 D 81 F 203 1) 140 D 81 I 173 H 101 D 124 E 72 I 80 G 183 I 128 A 51 corp. priv. P. Main. musician, . A. Wolf, Wm. Clinton, priv. Win. McGee, John AUon, Geo. Lane, Taylor Winner, Thos. Fetter. 8. Nobbit, A. Erwin, 1). Burk. Tlios. Burk, A. J. Roberts, Abe Kinder, J. W. Rogers, ffeo. Wescott, Iiiike Walpole, W. J. Hecker, Ban'l fnisebert, J. J. Haly, Jacob Springer, Chas. Bonlton, I. Beck, D. Robinson, M. Rogers, BIDGEVILLK TOWNSHIP. Wm. Abbs, priv. F Adam Beck. " A 13 art. 08 inf. Wm. Bundy. " B 189 J. BuehrerJr., sarg. I 0i W. T. Chapman. Lieut., H 103 H. L. Chapman, priv. V 124 1). Cameron, " D 38 L. Dietf, D 55 J. A. Emery, " D 189 R. P. Fauver, " H 103 J. W. Harper, " B 185 Fred. Linau, " I 55 Jos. Newell, " O 1 Wm. Nagel, " " 87 Henry Mcintosh. " B 184 L. W. Rogers, corp. B 184 S. W Rolliq, sarg. 25 T. B. Roughton, priv. H 49 L. Robinson, " A B0 G. T. Sbadford, corp. U 184 J. M. Sechrist, priv, K 195 C. Shroeder, i ol F. Schumacher, " B 37 Wm. Tilse, " B 37 B. Wheeler, " H 49 W. S. Willeman, corp. G 08 John Brodnix received a telegram from Ayersville, O., with the sad news of the death of his step-mother, he left immediately for that place. A noinmanderv of the Knights Templar from California started on their way to Boston last Sunday. There were si.xtv members of the commanderv and they took with them a car load of fruit and 22,000 bottles of California w,ine to be given away. California will try the emergency nrv law so long in voeue in Mexico. it. iu simnlv to the effect that two ad ditional jurors are impaneled and are jurors in every respect, except that thov tnke no nart in returning a ver dict unless they take the place of one of the other jurors who is excused for sickness or any other cause. The fruit crop of this country is going to ue souienuiiK ullu,:i"" this year. Ohio and Illinois with conditions eventy-three and seventy-two respectively stand between the high and low in the apple crop. The peach crop in Delaware nas ue clined about one third, in Ohio and Michigan, about half tne noruuu crop is anticipated. There are a great many of the un- r..nta Anao in thin -world, creater luiiuunvo v..v ... . , . n numberthan those whoare Diessea with o-ond digestion. To some people h orentest, misfortune is not to be able toeateverythingset before theni. "I Buffered for vears with Dyspepsia, and everything! ate disagreed with me. I was induced to try Simmons Liver Regulator and was cured, l now eat everything." M. Bright, Madison Parish, la. 50' 50' ' wm CLIPKERi m FANNING MILLS ! Timothy and Closer Seed ..AT... BRADLEY'S. Smoke the cigar. "White Elephant' Plenty House. of hams at the Pork 3t John Lighthiser. ot Fife Mich., is visitine relatives Lake, in the county. Henry Meyer is positively the lead er in fine tailoring. Try him. tf Miss Laura Hanna of Indianapolis Ind.. is visuiiiir her cousin, Mrs. C M. Fisk. H. Kon7.en. Jr.. of Fulton county, was in the city on business last Thursday. Mr. Albert Martin and wife of Mis souri, snent several days in the city during the past weeK. The Wabash railroad started last Thurfday to gravel their road bed from Monclova to Uenance. Mrs. Hahn of YonnijBtown is spending a few weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Uoover. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Coe spent several days of lattt week visiting friends in Springfield and vicinity. Call on Billy Sheffield, Deshler, if vou want your horseshoinir and work done by a practical worker in iron, tf Harmon Gathman and wife left last Thursday for New York City to visit Mr. Gathiuan's brother whom he had not seen for 28 years. Miss Grace 1 eager is lylnjr very sick with brain fever at the home of her parents in Pulton county. Mrs. Jas. Donovan is at the bedside of her sister. ' Samuel Edwards, the "Ohio Hunt er" will relate some of his thrilling ad ventures at the north door .of the court house this Thursday evening. t ree to all. . The "squirrel hunters" of 1863, who responded so nobly when the raid of General Kirby Smith was fearet! 'n Cincinnati, are tulking of having a reunion in the near future. , John Reidlebaugh will open up his restaurant in the new Roller block west of the court house about the 1st of September. He invites every one to call and see him in his new loca tion. 2t A gang of piano swindlers who were driven out of Illinois are now working in Ohio. They ask permis sion to leave a piano at a farmer's house, he receipts for it and the re ceipt turns up as a $500 note. It is said that a Defiance girl has invented a lamp that will go out ex actly at ten o'clock. Now if she will invent a papa who will go to bed at nine, a dog without any teeth, and a little brother who is deaf and dumb, there is no doubt the course of true love will eventually run smooth. Wayne Shelt has disposed of his electrical plant to parties "living in Covington, O. The plant will be used at that place. Mr. Shelt has been granted a 20 years franchise by the council for electric -lights- and tele phones for that city. He will put in a plant to run 20 lights. Wm. Sutherland disposed of his candy kitchen last Wednesday to Mr. Bert Graves of Wauseon. Mr. Graves will continue to conduct the business at the old stand in the same court ous and cleanly manner as under the former proprietor. Mr. Sutherland and his estimable family will con-1 tinue to make Napoleon their home. Most readers undoubtedly know of Major Andre, the spy, and his capture by Paulding, Williams and Van Wert, but few probably know that a sou of John Paulding's, one of the captors, still lives. Pierre Pauld ing, his youngest son, now 77 years of age, is still residing at Feekskill, JN. r., in the enjoyment 01 good health. This fact almost brings us back to the stirring days of the Revolution ui tue nevuiuuuu and in a measure annihilates the in- 0.,,utn ,. i. , i,o and the present. Indigo Social. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Presbyterian church will give on Indigo Social at the residence of J. B. Augenstine, on Welsted street, Friday evening, Aug. 23rd. Supper will be served from 5 till 8:30 o'clock, at which time a very interesting pro gram will be rendered: PROGRAM. (I)ndigo piece O. M. Palmer. (N)octurne Miss Fannie Knupp. i, 1,...:. nr.l .i. ".i. (.u;ecuunuiuii, uiiso mik y eiRuauu, (Ijnaiviauai oeiecuon...iurs. xv. vv. Cahill. .j '(G)avotte.............Mrs. F. D. Pnntis. (O)ur Mandolin Club ., Word Exercise.......................... Piana solo ...Miss Alta McHenry. vocai soio ....j. vv. r.ifuew. Declamation Mane Weisbach. Everybody invitea. The Greatest Tidal Wave of MONEY ' Table Linens. f All Linen heavy German Damask 60 in. wide, worth 75c, sale price 50e All Linen Scotch bleached Dam ask, 60 inr wide, worth 8lc, oOc 54 in. wide Red Table Cloth... J. 15o 56 " . all Linen Damask.... 25o. TOWELS. . -Large size huck toweltj 10c, w'th 15o Turkish bath 'towels 1 yd long cheap at 40o, our price 200 4o dozen tine all linen knotted fringe plain white & colored bor ders, cheap at OOc, our price 25e O t I D C & 1 Lupton's ! 1 I will gl to rery baby having ita Fhotgraph mada at my Gallery between f Now and Jan. 1st, 1886, a Souvenir; a picture of all the little one grouped to- (jfy gether. It ia something Jx new and very novel. J g 4 Pure Dozen Cabinets at $2.00. g Framing Dona at Coat. Cider mills will soon be in opera- tion. C. F. Pohlman of Delta was in the city Friday. Painless extracting by W. J. Pierre- pont, dentist. Bitzer block. tf The 14th Ohio volunteers will hold a reunion at Deshler on Oct. 2d, 1895. Otto Honeck of Toledo, spent last Sunday with friends in this city. James Lannen and wife of Toledo, visited relatives in the city last Sun day. Preserve jars and stone-ware of all description at Spengler Brothers & Co. . 2t Otto Honeck of Toledo was the guest of Wm. English last Wednes day evening. Miss Elizabeth Wilson of Mt. Ver non, O., is a guest at the home of J. n. uoucn.. ., Mrs. Frank Baker of Defiance has been visiting friends in' the city dur ing the past week. Miss Clara Thone of Circleville, O., is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph aiierer tins weeK. , Fred.' Wolsifer aqd family of Defi ance have been visiting in the city during tne past week. Misses Theresa Deeters and Nora Spangler of near Hamler were in Na poleon last Friday. The katydids are singing, frost in six weeks, get your fall clothes of Henry Meyer. tf Mrs. Lulu Baker and daughter of Defiance, are the guests -of Mrf Herman Hcnueier. David Potes and wife of Damas cus township transacted business in the county-seat Friday. Miss Lizzie Balsley returned Mon day from a several months visit in Wisconsin with her friend, Miss Johnson. Hire one of Peregoy's boats and en joy an evening's ride on the Mau mee. They are dry and newly painted. tf Samuel Martin and Dr. Haly and family are attending the Kagy-Mar-tin family reunion at Dr. Kagy's, four miles south of Tiffin. Try the "Wite Elephant" cigar a special brand made by Geo. C. Shoe maker for the White Elephant Saloon. Invest 5c for a good smoke. . Mrs. A. E. ,, Mann's dressmaking rooms can be. found in the frame building in the, rear of -Reiser's shoe shop. t - tf The republicans have called their county convention for Oct., 5th, and now the Sirnal is yelling for an nouncements at $2 an announce. The 123d Regimental Reunion will come off at Tiffin on Sept. 5, 1895. It will be a two day's reunion. The 55th and 101st will meet at the same place and date. Judge Donnelly, Geo. Damn, L. L. Orwig, Chas. Evers. Auditor Resh. W. J. Connolly, J. B. Mess, and probably others from Henry county, are attending the State convention at Springfield this week. Attend the Indigo social of the Y. P. S. C. E. society at J. B. Augen- otdtrila nn AA alnf at u , t."l. i it a, .An. ing. J. W. Egnew who pleased by his singing the Presbyterian I church last Sunday is on. the pro gram. Champion James J. Corbett and Jessie Taylor, better known as "Vera Stanwood," were married at Asbury Park last week.' The woman is the one who caused the divorce recently granted the wife of the pugilist. She , t- , . l- j 'If8 oee" accompanying mm arouna ' thecountry for some time and the ac- I tlons of he Pa,r have caused much comment. .Says a farm journal : "If hogs are given a variety of green food, with but little grain in summer, they will keep in excellent health, and be in proper condition for fattening in the fall. Less food is required now and it is not beneficial to have the hogs fat at this season, except to be in good condition, as many diseases are due to the system of heavy grain feeding during warm weather." The president of the Fayette Nor mal University, Fayette, O., would be glad to have those of our readers who are interested in education to send to him for catalogue.. There are many things to commend this excel lent school to parents or to any ener getic voung man or woman desiring the best advantages. Fall term op ens Angust 27th.- SAVING Bargains ever known of the store to the other. Muslin Underwear ! This department must be closed ;' out as we are'going to discontin ue it; we need the room for other goods. You can buy a garment Of 1 us for less money than you can ' '-fouythe mnsliii for, say nothing , about trimming and jinaking la , dies and childrens' night gowns, ', ; corset covers, skirts and drawers, v-t They are all iliie muslin and well ", made. .' ' K PEEFECTX027 Furniture POLISH ! 11? ) Unsurpassed for Cleaning and tL roimning nrniture, 1'ianos, VV Carriages, Bicycles, Musical (?) Instruments and all woods e finished with varnish or oil finish. VJ- -n a a -an . . . THIS POLISH gfe Is especially recommended for fift Pianos and highly polished -ji W Furniture.' Sold only by W Harmon & Walcott.1 Smoke the "White Eleohaut" cigar. D. C. Brown and Julius Groll are spending this week at Mackinac. Six prisoners escaped from the Lucas county jail on Saturday. F. F., Rhoner wife stnrl Hnilio Celia spent Saturday and Sunday in Toledo. Mr and Mrs. Gen Vn.1antino limit as guest Mrs. Esque and little daugh ter of Toledo. BUV VOUr Mason fruit iara at. Soemrler Bros. Jk Cn Pinta' fin quarts 75c, $ gallon, 90o perdozen. 2t Miss Clara Trnnn nf 'Pinto . v county, is yisiting friends in Na poleon and vicinity. Rev. L. M. Sniff of Angola, Ind., will lecture at the M. E. Church this (Thursday evening.) Subject "Truth." Wauseon will vote on the water works question, at the fall election. The vote should he the improvement. , C. C. Kuhn was in Napoleon Wednesday and secured the job of plumbing the Miller House. The job will amount to 600 or 900. Defla ance Express. Special August Sale! SHOESfSLIPPERS Commencing August lat to Sept. lat, -ve will bring ibont a revolution In shoe prices that will astonish yon all. - NOTE PRICES WE QUOTE: Regular Price. Aug. Price. Mens Tan Hogskin... . $3 00 1 8 " Russia ! '. 3 30 2 69 " Morocco 2 30 1 79 " Kangaroo Lace S 50 3 69 " Dougoia LaoeorCon... 2 30 1 69 " Fine Calfskin 2 5ti 1 89 " Best Oil Grain Plows.. 129 " 1 Boxk Plowa i 89 1"B pair mens fine bull shoes, lace or Ceng., all atylea, Joat tte'd.. 110 119 Ladles Fine Vlcl band turned .... i 50 2 89 ' Dongola Button 2 50 189 - " 1 50 1 09 " " Oxfords . 1 25 89 Batiy Shoes, all sizes 25 Misses Tan Sandals, 11 to 2.... 1 23 89 Ladiea Toe Slippers ..; 85 84 Your choice of red shoea in store 49 This Sale for CASH Only. Polker & Westhoveii. Opposite J. C. Saur& Co's Bank, Educators know that it is in the preparatory courses that the pupil needs the best instruction. "Rightly begun is half done.' To begin right enter the Fall term of the F. N. P., August 27th The saving in clothing where Dob bins' Electric, Soap is used, is twenty times the soap bill. It is no new ex periment, but has been sold for 28 years. To-day just as pure as in 1865. Try it. Your grocer has it or will or der it. The law in, regard to keeping tele phone messages strictly secret goes into effect September 1st. Telephone and telegraphic oogrators are sub ject to a fine of $1,000 or six months in jail for divulging the business of their lines, and persons 'who wrongfully obtain possession of private matters from this source are subject to simi lar penalty. Uesolntions of Itespect. Whebeas, It has been the will of Almighty God, our Father, to take from us our bright little Sunday School worker, Paul T. Ulrich. Therefore, be it, lietolved. That in his death the Methodist Sunday School has lost one of its most active and best be loved members. ; Ilesolvcd, That we offer to the family and friends of little Paul our most tender sympathy in this their great sorrow. 'Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be published in the papers of the county and a copy be given to the bereaved parents. f Mary O. Barsks, ; , Lvli: A. Coovkr. . 1 : , . Committee.' in the history of Napoleon. Parasols and Umbrella Sacrifice. AH must now go $7.00 parasols re duced to $2.50; wedon't want anyleft over. All our best $5.00 and, $6.00 silk umbrellas to be closed outi at $3.08 each, X'X'r New Fur Capes and Cloaks. ' -" .Advance offering An' 'early sale, and to! give. pearly . buyeos .th; bent fit pf an, advantageous pqrehase of a big lotrof 'garments 'bought lost May be fore the advance in prices. They are' just in this week. ' 5th AND 6th,g5. I o yrK - 1 tn a Ajk a j.s j. E. O. FOX MUSIC HOUSE, lVA.JPOJL.E03y, O. 3"General Agent for Northwestern, unto. The Steinway & Sons Pianos. Henry Meyer can fix you out iust auuut ngui wnen in neeaoi ciotmng. Try him. tf For Sale. A two-year-old draft colt for sale cheap. Enquire of Harmon & Wal- cott. . Married. Bi rch Mktkrs. At the parson age in Napoleon, on August 18th, '95, by Rev. M. L. Donahey, Mr. George riurch and Miss Lorena Mevers. both of Henry County, Ohio. Ann Broken. Chas. f'rossman a. in var nl,l Iml living in Flatrock fell off of a wagon Monday and broke his arm at the wrist. The fracture was tended to by Dr. Harrison and the young boy is getting along finely. Seriously Burned. Otto Groschner had his left arm badly burned from the wrist to the shoulder Tuesday morning by the ex plosion of a gasoline stove. The burning gasoline struck him on the arm taking the skin off and burning into me nesn. ur. unas. Harrison administered to the injured member. . Death of an old Citizen. Lorentz Miller departed this life at the home of his son John Miller, last Friday morning, aged 78 years, 1 month and 2 days. The deceased was born in Germany and came to this country in 1854. Funeral services were held from the Catho lio church, Sunday at 1 o'clock p. m., Rev. Puetz officiating. Base Ball. The boys came home from Florida last Saturday with an awful tale of the way they were used up there and of the rotten umpiring. The score was 13 to 12 in favor of Napoleon, and In the last inning Florida de termined to.win by foul umpiring if not by fair playing. The boys claim that four men were put out on the Florida side in this inning and the umpire still yelled "play ball." Capt. Hillabrand seeing the desperate means that were being used to win. ordered his men to stop playing. Serious Runaway. Dan Oden had auite a runawav last Sunday afternoon. His horse be came frightened at John Moden's sprinkling wagon in front of Brad ley s grocery and started on a run down Perry street. Mr. Oden and a young lady who was in the buggy with with him were both thrown out, but pluckily held onto the lines and with the help of bystanders the horse was stopped. The buggy was totally de molished and another buggy owned by George Diebe'l, of Liberty town ship, lost a wheel by coining in con tact with the runaway. Mr. Oden escaped with a badly cut knee and the young lady's hand was painfully lacerated.. Tres and Grape Vines Mav be had of Michael Tfnoh put in Archbold; J. Kimmick. Holgate; Del ventnai Bros., napoleon; h. Bostel man, Bostleman's Corners, and F. Rowe. Dostmaster at Riiicevillp rv.m. ers, at the following prices: Pears, cnernes anu pium 300 apiece, ap ples and peaches 15c apiece, grape vines: Concord. 3c: Elvira, ic: Mnru Early 5c; Delaware, 6o. -All nursery articles at cheap prices. Price lists free. M. B. Buehrkr. Box 141. ' 2t Archbold, O. saaa'aaaBaaaasaBBBaaaBaaaaaaaBBsaaaaaaaBaaBaaaaaaaBa BIG REDUCTION :. SALE IN ALL KINDS OF,, LOTHING ! IN- M. HONECK' CARY BLOCK. 3 jS'''fS.fSifS!' It is our determination to make a clean sweep from ore end Shoes and Slippers. ;; Special Sale in cur Basemetjt Here's your best, probably yonr last ehance this season to gt any kind or duality of good shoes for. menMroraen and children at low prices,, suefl , as w marked them at. ; Mens' : fine calf shoes that are-worth and sold at $2 50 our price just how is .1. $L75 Mens fine' calf" shoe worth $3.00, Our special' sale price iB..u-?.iu.Zu.t $2.fl(j Ladies fine liid of handitnrned sho in button or elastic, w'th.t. $3.1)0 - 3 3 PoilsHouse I 3 :-New Price List !-: Smoked Side Extra Smoked 8ide.' Sugar Cured Bacon., fancy Cnred Bacon. 8c 10c 128 14c 9c 14o k?iiijiut9rB ........... Small Hams Large Hams. .." 12ic x"r mi.toi. a. "apo'k VioiK I Jieat Frylngs at Half the Price of Lard. . au. 3 E. K. COWDHIL'K. iv Ice Cream. Try the Napoleon Dining Hall for good ice cream. je 27-3ra Farms for Sale. Several good farms in Henry coun ty. Cheap and on easy terms. T. A. Cnvwiv " Napoleon, Ohio. For Sale. A good second hand boggy for sale aZP rrZiU trade- Enquire Gardners Photograph Gallery, tf Reduced Prices on Tile ! Between this date and the 1st of September we will sell 3 inch tile at per thousand, and other sizes in proportion. 200 cords of wood want-el- 2t Meykrholtz Bros. Cigarettes Store. at Humphrey's Drug tf Musical Instruments Of the best and latest construction can be hnmrht nf tha nll n,,,.;. n - w..v. w ... wuaiu ".t ,i - dler, A. Haertel of Napoleon, O., op- futuie we miner nouse. ah friends of music are invited to call at my house. I sell only the latest and most durable instruments made, at lowest prices. Come and look at my new mm uuc auuurueons. mym-aia , a. Haertel. , Summer Colds. Summer colds, innlnrlinrr k.. and rose cold, are promptly relieved and cured by Dr. Humphreys' Spe cific "77". For sale by all druggists, price 25 cents. lm 10 "BLACK AS THE ACE OF SPADES" Is the ntova polished with EBONINE J Hprearfa Eny Hhlnes F.smr. Does what its name Implies givm the stcve dark, briiliant polish. For sole by your denier. Marie by S The NiHwnntjTer C., Dayton, O. 0 On lb bottom of each box Is souuthing about a polishing mitten. Head lU THURSTON'S Si?W?W rii inynrnnv W nuuji.Dr.nn i Is ft sa fe and prompt remedy ior urn cure or aimrrnimm, lyaentery, colle. eholrrov morbus and all forms of Summer Complaints and Looseness of the Bowels. It IS PLEASANT TO TAK1ANI1 BSPKCIALLV CSKfCIi WOVL CUH.LliJfN. For Bale by I. Leiet. FOR THE BEST 25c. -IS THE CITY, GO TO THE Napoleon :-: Restaurant! GOOD TOBACCO AND CIGARS AlwajaonhaDd. Opposite the Court Housa on Washington Street GOOD LODGING FOR 25 CENTS, WSYI. SAIV1SE, V i) () V V (' arrSaw HEADY-MADE GOODS A.T- NAPOLEON, OHIO. SasStSiSi y Ladies Fine Kid Shoes ' Johnson make that sold at $3 & 3.25 now ija.ov. i,aaies tine Bhoes, best make, sold at $2.50, now $2.00. Childrens's shoes that sold at $3.00 a pair reduced to i r $1.25 Childrens' fine shoes that sold at$l!50 reduced, to....:...,;.;,.., ,W.:U ix.oo ,.,,,,f.,,,.