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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, O.. FEBRUARY 6, 1896.
Weak,Irritable,Tired I Wu No Good oa earth. Dr. Miles' Nervine strenfrthens the weak, builds up the broken down constitution, and permanent! cures every kind of nervous disease. "Abut one year ago i woe afflicted ertffc nrmmtm, eleepteomnoee, Creeping whmHw in my leg; might palpitation of heart. Distracting eNMm tJae-mfnsf, jwrimi ! ar lajsee MnMrfi He-fc4 stewi artfh eare sres-rai. X ewajajMetefs; fast appetite And felt my ritalitg wearing eut, M wm WMUk, irritable and tired, My teeight was redneed teloO toe Jn fat X wu ne meed, en earth. A friend brought me Dr. 1111m' book, "New and Start ling Facta," and I Anally decided to try a bottle of Da. Mil Be .crative Nervine, Before I had taken one bottle I could aleep aa well aa a 10-jr.-old boy. My appetite returned greatly Increased. If he n I had taken the tixth bottle By iceight increased te 170 I The eettmationinmg lege mae gone f Jag nerve steadied eompletelgf , My memory toe fully restored. I My brain teemed clearer than ever I fett amgoodaaanymanonearth, IJtr. Miles' Restorative Nervine im A great medicine, I assure you," Augusta, Me. - Waitxh K. Btnuunc. Dr. Miles Nervine la sold on a positive yiarantee tnat tne nrst Dottle will benent. 11 druggists sell ltatSl.o bottles for 15, or it will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of price by the Dr. Milea Medical Co, Klkhart, lad. Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health Sold by all druggists, " THE DAY OF WORSHIP. Time for Holding Services by tbe Heverai unnrches. SVANOELICAL. Choroh 10:80 a. m.,7 p. m Sunday Softool a, m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7p.m. Biv. aula Pat- tor. lst.PagBVTKBIAN.-ChnrcM0i8C.m.,7pm Sunday sohool IX m., rrayer Meeting, i auriuay,7 p.m . bit. at u . uoxahii, raa lor BT. AUGUSTINE. 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PARK)REMEDIOO.,Boston.Mass, Jnnst-eow-ljr, LITTLE AMERICANO. t ouvi atrxsT. .Copyright, lflCS, by Aracrlcaa Press Associa tion. I "King's Rolug out beyctid Devil river to get bides. He's a great band at roping mustangs and tbe like. Too might like the experience. It's a mnn forsaken country, but there's fine game there." "And Attvood will be bone by tbe time we get back, "calculated At wood guest, who bad sought the Concho ranch s a restorative for exhausted energies. "Thanks. I'll make the trip. " Tbe city ru&u of affairs and the mus tang hunter bad camped together for week without seeing a iifcn of human habitation, when one morning they came across a flock of sheep feeding among tbe thick leaved cactus on a high plateau. "In good condition, too," commented King. "Some one must reap the benent of the wool. " His oompnnion's eyes, however, bad aotlced something more interesting than sheep. "A girl I" be exclaimed. "And she isn't a Mexican, either. I'm going to talk to her." Dismonnting and loading his horse he overtook the young perron, who was bur tying away from tlmra. "Good morning I" be said. "Wears strangers here and would like to speak to you. Is the lamb sick?" noticing tbe little creature sho held in her arms, whose head she was stroking with one brown hand. "Mo; he isn't sick, but bis mother is dead. I'm going to feed him at home.' "Is your home fax irom here?" "No. Just unuer the bluff. " She spoke in good English, but with a slight foreign accent. "Show us the way, please," Holt. "We wonld like to speak to your people. We have not exchanged a word with any one since we oroesed the Di vide." Tbe girl hesitated and flushed erim son. ' "Yon are welcome," she said, "but Miguel is cross and doesn't like strun gers." "Is Miguel your brother?'" "Oh, no. I never had a brother, and my father is now long doad. Roderigo, Anita and Miguel are Mexicans. "Let ns go with yon," urged Holt, The abode to which she conducted them was set so completely in under tbe bluff that the trail led down over a part of the roof. A thick clump of cedars bid it from the view of any one across the river. When the hunters stopped to tie their horses, King cautioned bis companion against trusting these Mexicans. I think we can trust to these, " re joined Holt, touching his pistol. mean to find out what this girl is doing here. I believe there is some mystery abont it. Thoy walked in nnder the shade of the porch, canopied with cedar boughs supported on upright poles. On a broad bench set against the out er wall a man lay asleep with his hat tilted over his eyes. A middle aged Mexioan woman was speaking excitedly to the girl in Spanish, but she smiled at the salutation of the visitors and mo tioned thorn to step within. Three sides of tho living room and the roof were formed of the solid rock of the bluff, but an open door showed another apart ment, perhaps two others, whose wide open windows let in light and air. Holt s exploring eyes caught sight of Beveral bound volumes on a shelf. The noise of their spurs on the stony ground or their voices roused the sleeper outside, and as be entered the door tbe hunters recognized a forbidding looking Mexican, who had passed them on a narrow trail a few days before This was evidently Miguel, who was "cross today, and who had been imbibing too much strong drink. Upon Holt s ex plaining that their visit was a social one, and endeavoring to draw him into conversation, he replied curtly in tolera' ble English and shortly betook himself agum to his bench outside. Get the whisky from the saddlebags and make things pleasant for him while I talk to the women," Holt whispered to King, and from Anita, as she tended her pots suspended over the open fire, he learned that tbe little Amerioano'i father was killed by a fall from his horse many years before ; that Roderigo, ber husband's father, who had waited on the Bignor for long, had then sent beyond the Rio for her to take care of the child. The kindly face looked wor ried as she spoke of her charge, and judging from Miguel s boisterous laugh ter at King's jokes that he was being propitiated Holt intimated that he would like to speak with the young lady. ' Certez, certez, " agreed the woman, smiling. "The senorita a lonely is all ze day." And she pointed through the open window of the adjoining room. The girl was fondling the face of a finely formed cream white mare, at whose side stood a colt, a tiny copy of its mother. "Munoino always comes down nom the bluff for water every day at this time," she said, stooping to un loose) the hobble from tho fore legs of he animal. "Do you ride hor muchf " asked Holt, as the mare moved away. I used to, but for a long time now I am hardly allowed to go out of Anita's sight. When I do ride, Roderigo goes, too, and he likes not to ride fast." "If we bad known, you might have ridden with us," said Holt An eager look shone in her eyes. "Ah, to gallop fast and for it would be nice 1" sho vxolaimed. A sudden impulse seized the man at her side, r Are you happy here?" he asked. Are they kind to you? Believe me, I would serve you if I could I" "Anita is good. She loves me, ' the girl responded slowly. "I am sure of it, because one day she put her arms around me all at once, when she and Mieuel bad been quarreling dreadfully, and I heard her tell him that she was willing to die for me if neoessary, and then she gave a great sob and pressed me close to her breast. Miguel was very angry. He cursed her and shook his list in her ace. " ' , "And Miguel? Is he kind?" "Always. He brings me pretty thinira from beyond the Rio, where be sells the wool. He brought me this" (touohing a gold chain about her throat) "and this. Children Cry for Itcher's Castorla. Miy rare areem, waicn l wear because today lam 17." Tbe drees was of dark bine, brocaded (toff, with laoa about tbe throat, and loosely tucked up sleeve, fashioned in such a way aa to leave tbe pretty arni bare to tbe elbow. Holt realised what bad made ber appear such a striking picture among the cactus blossoms. It was this gown of shining, floating blue. "were you burn bore? he asked. "No. In San Anton. My mother bad Spanish blood in her vein. My father said I bad eyes like hers. Is your home like this?" she questioned in her turn. "My borne is in great city," Holt answered smiling, "where people are as thick as the flowers on tbe plateau yonder. "And are there girls there like taeV with a wistful expression. "Plenty of tbem. Tell xoe how you have been educated?" "My father taught me to read, and I bave read my few books over and over, When tho wind howls in the winter and the sun bides, tbeu I read. ' "Let me see your book. Sho brought them, tbe bound volumes he bad noticed. Cn the title page was the name "Norman Loriug" written in a nervous hand. "What is your name?" asked Holt. " Vida. My father told me I should go east one day and live among my peo ple, bnt now there is no chance, though Miguel sitys be will soon take me to a beautiful plaro where everything is fine and grand, but then if there are only Custiliaus theie, as ho says, I shall not like it." Anita called tbem to the midday meal, and in the porch they encountered an old, grey haired Mexican, looking down on the unconscious form of Mi guel, with an expression of mingled anxioty and aversion. King sat by smok ing a cigarette. The travelers learned from Roderigo that his sou s evil tendencies were great distress to him. They could see that both wife and father were afraid of Miguel. And tbe young lady? Does he ill treat ber?" asked King. "Not so, curse him! exclaimed the old man excitedly. "Sorry the day 1 brought him here to squander the sig ner's property and bring evil to his child. Miguel would put away Anita, the faithful one, and marry with tbe beautiful Americana Even in two days from now he plans to do it. And she, the innocent, thinks not of his wicked ways. Signor, l am old. Anita is a woman. We guard and watch the inno cent senorita, but wbat can we do if he carries her beyond tbe Santa Rosa? could kill him 1 He is a devil, but be is my own flesh and blood." His listeners were horrified at this disclosure of villainy. The gentlemen, is they marry?" asked Roderigo. "Then they take away for awhile the senorita, even though Miguel kill his father and Anita, too, through rage. Holt and King conferred together. Anita was consulted. The result wag that the hunters and their self assumed charge started before sunset that after noon for Atwood s ranch. Well, Holt, ' ' said his host as the two smoked together on the night of arrival, "for an unmarried man, or men, for I share your misfortune, I should say you, or we, were in something of a box. " "What are you going to do about this marvelous find?" 'Hunt up her relatives the first thing," auHwered Holt. "But," reflect- ingglooinily, "whatif they don't choose to recognize her?" Loring is not an unusual name. I have before me tbe task of approaching, by word or letter, every individual Lor ing of whom I hear, at the risk of being thought most impertinent. " "There s Norman Loring of New Or leans," mused Atwood; "he's well known to me, and one of the best fel lows in the world." Norman? Is his name Norman?" said Holt rapturously. "He might be a nephew or a cousin. This girl's father was 'Norman. ' Write him at once, At wood, and it would be no harm to inti mate that the orphan has a flock of some thousands of sheep and a bunch of good horses. The fact that he won't have a pauper on his hands may sharpen his memory." Hold now, Dick," said Awtood. 'Loring is as upright as the day. He'll tell us the truth." Atwood 's friend proved to be the nephew of Vida 's father, who, he wrote, 'owing to financial and social troubles, had gone to Texas over 20 years before. His friends were unaware of his mar riage. If Mr. Holt on his way north would kindly escort Miss Loring as far as the Crescent City, his mother would take charge of her niece. " In the interim the bachelor had ample opportunity to make things agreeable for their guest, whose native good sense and entire freedom from artificiality charmed and interested them. One afternoon when Holt was riding at Vidn's side a bullet whistled close, very close, to his ear. He turned in time to see Miguel creeping off through the cedars. A party scoured the country in search of him that night, but were unsuccessful. Anita and Roderigo were the sole oc cupants of the ranch when King took possession of it four months later at the instigation of the owner. And what became of the heroine?'' some one asked to whom this story was told. "Holt fell in love with her and would have married her if Atwood bad not got ahead of bim. " Pursued by a Demon. have been committed by persons driven dis trangbt and honted to their doom by the demon of obronio ill health? Countless. For instance, we know, do we not. that bvDo- ohondriasis is a monomania-a sort of minor madnese produced by ohronio dyspepsia? Again, insomnia, or sleeplessness, often a result of the same oause. culminates in a derangement of the reasoning faoulties. II is, therefore, of momentous oonseqnenoe to prevent the arrival of diseases at its ohronio phase, wheh it daily and nightly sooorges the sufferer to a dangerously nnoertain goal. No medioine known to science, as a means of arresting tbe maladies to which it is ad apted, exists equal to Uostetter's Htomaoh Bitters. Among these complaints are ohron io indigestion and Insomnia, kidney and rhenmatio ailments, constipation and liver troubles. Appetite is improved by the Bit ters, the blood fertilized, and bodly sab stance and vigor inoreaaed by it. Well Up In His Business, "Who I. r.hnt. aTfrrnnivllnavlliF .all .nanS" asked the vlaitor. whn haA nnvAp-hMn 4n department store before. "That's the noorwalker," replied the friend that bad undertaken the task of showing him about town. "Tho floorwalker l"exulaimod the other, "He looks more like a ceiling scraper." Chicago Tribune. , Bar ItUwri A 14. Brown Yonr wife's mother helps ber a fixxi aeai, aoesn't sher Smith Yes. She has gone into town now to buy dress to match some buttons ber mother gave ber. Pick Me Up. Be Only Glared. Young Bllklns was calling on her. Her brother Ned, unexpectedly home for the holidays, nidhod In and embraced her. 'Why, Edie! How you are grown I Whnt an armful you do make I" be ex claimed. "Doesn't she!" said young Bllklns. Edie hurried out to call mamma. "It's er very er warm today," stammered young Bllklns. But Brother Ned just glared. Brown ing, King & Co.'s Monthly. A Perplexity of Leap Tear. "I'm going to resign," said the editor In charge of the how to behave column of a periodical. " Wlmt'g tbe matter?" Inquired the pro prietor. "These poople are getting too abstruse for uie. Here's a young man who writes to lnrjuiru just how fur it Is proper for a gentleman to encourage a lady who shows symptoms of proposing." Washington liar. Wouldn't Lie Oat of Them. "Does Willie tell lios, Georgia?" "Nu'm; I tlou't think be does." ' "What nukes you think that?" "Ho gits so many lickins." Chioatro Record. O Temporal First New Woman Awfully bold, Isn't he? Second New Woman Yes, a regular tomgirl. Detroit Tribune. 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Tull, Chicago. This Spirit of Washington. A little, yellow haired 8-year-old girl. whose innocence shone through her round, baby faoe, had heard many stories of Washington. She was a great admirer of tbe father of her country. One day a teacher asked each member of Daisy's olass to write some story of Washington. xnis is what Daisy wrote: "Once upon a time there was a great war with the Indians in our country. A man wanted to send a letter to another oity. Washington took the letter. The Indians were very ugly to him. They got behind trees and shot at him, but they couldn't hit him. One Indian shot through Washington's coat. Another made holes In his hat. When they couldn't kill him, they wondered what was the matter. Then they said. 'He is a soherit .' After that they liked him, and that is why thoy liked him, 'cause such things are so tuff you can't kill them." Chicago Times-Herald. Simon 8. Hartman. of Tnnnelton. 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TtO V1SB fVA 747 Franklin Ave., Columbus, Oblo, of Chronic. Nervous site rnat Diseases will be sue He is ably assisted fey a full corps of emlaeat Fortuities. XT .T-l - DISEASES OF WOMENv-We have a special de partment, thoroughly organized, and devoted exclusively to the treatment of diseases of women. Every cas. eonraitingour specialists, whether by letter er person, is given the most careful and considerate attention. Important cases (and we get few which have not baffled! the skill of all the home physicians) have the ben; fit of a full council of skilled specialists. In treatment of diseasea peculiar to females, ear success has been marked, over two-thirds of oar patient, being ladies, old, young, married, single, rich and poor. Our method Is enrjaely free from objectionable feature of the general practitioner, namely, "Local treatment.'' W seldom find It necessary. We prepare remedies, constitutional and local, a the case demands, and instruct ladies how to treat themselves, MARRIAGE.? Married persons, or youssr men contemplating marriage, aware of physical weakness, loss of proereatlvc powers, impotency oratiTOtherdlsqnaHrkatloos.speedily restored, PRIVATE DISEASESw-Blood Poison' Venereal Taint, Gleet, Stricture, Seminal Emissions; Loss of Sexual Power, Weakness of Sexual Organs, Want of Desire in Male or Female, whether from imprudent habits of youth or sexual habits of mature years, or any cause that debilitates the sexual functions, speedily and permanently cured. Consultation free and strictly confidential. Absolute cures guaran teed. Medicines sent free from observatioa to all parts of the United States. EPILEPSY OR FITS-Positively cured by a new and never-failing method. Testimonials fur nished. nerwin anolvlnir for mntlr.l . .1 ,A - " " ' " -"- only $l.'a Year. PHYSICIANS. DR. J. S. HAT.V Fhyaiciaia and Hargaoi BTi.POT.inw nit. WK.Latte.dtee.Il.latw..aeeaty.O '"iehACe'sgreesrysier. ' s.a.siaaisoB. O.B.aABBISOV . HARRISON 4 SON, Physicians and Surgeons. O l' Rtata," tor.,. -'A. E. fl. MAERKER Physician and Siugeoa, XAPOLI0a-,0BIO. rjFFICI la Lslsts's Drag Stor. , vy ceuddoorSouthofdsurAOo'sBsak Db. GEO. R. TEEPLE, BOHOBiBr.BADUiTS Sfna Ontario Veterinary College.Toroat Canada, ATTORNEYS. TH0S. A. CONWAY Attorney at Law, akjlON,OHI0, MONEY TO LOAN. MARTIN KNUPP, Attorney at Law. 0,IC' ""'M.oe.df loe ni'rvriV 'Do0VA.. CAHILL & DONOVAN, Attorney atLaw, FPICB on ground door on door last a Ooover'shardwara at, m.ji ." f , .. ..liiuhwu screes. M. RUMMELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW, AP0LI0jr."oHIO. OMhlngto, .tr..tov.r0o.y.. PRINTIS & DITTMER, Attorney at Law, WAPOLKON, OHIO. 0"laVGrot'OT"8D'Br.'S C F. FREASE, Attorney at Law, USSoleoniohio. PP,lt8 tont HARRY C. HAGUE. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Abstracts of TMes a Specialty. 0FoK.EnngWni.hjonurt..nS,reet n8 d00fMrt JUSTICES. J. P. DUNBAR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE auu. xrensioa Agent . ITba. A J. WT JOSEPH WEIBLE, NotaryPablloandlnanra anoe Afrent. FLOHIDAKStETC0nNTT,0HIO. DBIDS.MortgagesendContractsdrswa A fortheoldand reliable Phoenix ins .Oa. ji Hartfordndalso agentforthe Peopls'aMutna Benefit Association, of Westervlll.. Ohie.ai basinesspromptltattended to J. P.KINSTLE. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE NBW BAVARIA, OHIO. Collection, a, Specialty. MISCELLANEOUS. L. R. HUSTON, TONSORIAL ARTIST ! Shop opposite Reiser's bootsnd shoe stor Perryitreet.S.Doleon. Ohio. Hner.i.l uttaa. rlontoeoantrjtrade. J. S. AUGUSTINE, f Bueeessotta Head a Ifnen" FashionableTonsorialParlors, 8AP0LE0H.0HI0. Cuetomerttreated with courtesy and dispatch GEO. W. VALENTINE, Fashionable) Barber and Hair Dresser, - ROOM South side of Washington St.. nsx doortoSoribner'sHatdware Store, NAPOLEON. OHIO, PHILIP WEBB, Fashionable Barberamd Hair Dressers TITltSTSmBPerryetreet.adoorssoueh of risk's If sTrntVtrv Harw-vlsann DaHAH..i.i..1 . - good work guaranteed . FRANK BECK. CITY MEAIMAREET. (Succassoito John OuMsar.t keepsconstantlyon hsnd,ehoicbeef, pork.veal. mutton, hams and salt pork, corned beer, sausage, eta. farmers bavin fat oattle, hogs, sheep, hides and pelts for sale, should glvs htm a calf before selling elsewhere. ' XaBnfaetuaanof Doors, Sash and Blinds, Moldings, Window and Door Frames, Scroll Sawing & Turning offaot allwoodworkto oomplete a building Alsodealerein lumber, Lath, Shingles, Lime, Cement, PlasternaPlasterlngHsir,LnmpSallforsltitt bax.naaorses,ei;o.. weaeepoonstsnlly on hand BUILDING STONE, tndallslissof Foundation Block Stone Thiesen,Hildred&Co. KARLH.K0LBE, :-: Surgeon, IS s graduate ot Ontario Veterinary College Treats all diseases of the horse. . Office at Blank & Hurlburt's stable. EHYEOPES wavea targe, stock of enter OUiaurM.opesattheOBTBWBSTjob Boom wlobhcanbe obtained, printed, shout aseheap rouoaa parchasethem uotprlntsdof the allrada. Northwest $1 a year