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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, O.. FEBRUARY 6, 1896.
St. Valentine. Valentines we now on rjhiliitionat Saur t- BaMey t Jrttg. and Jiook Store. The ttock include about everything that i matte in the comic a well a in the trntimrntaL If you haif a girl don't forget to tend hrr a Valentine, or the mat forqrt you. If you hare a fellow, nmemlier thai he ercct a Valentine from you, and that about the Wh int. i the time to rnd. do early and mako your se lection. Munsev's uiaaaztne for February contains s story entitled, "After Twelve Years," which is signed Lou i ha Wellonton. The author's real name is Mary Louise Blagle, and her home if) Pittsbure, Penn. She la a niece of Rev. B. W. Single, of Defi ance. It is reported the Improved roads have been cut up to an alarming ex tent during the soft weather, by heavy loaded teams, which have been hauling heavier burdens than the law allows. This should not be tolerated, as it is against the law, and the interests of tax -payers gen erally. Teamsters had better be a little more careful, or a fine may await them. The NorlhwmC article In regard to the Holgate postofllce robbeiy, did Postmaster Fisher a great in justice as every door of the post- ofllce was locked, the lock of the front door being broken and thou onened. Jtrvie w. ' Our informant must have been mistaken, and we are glad to make the correction, as there is not a more careful p. in. in the state than Mr. Fisher of Hol gate. ' The Defiance Crnnrent says the Northwestern Telephone company i making arrangements to build a line between here and Toledo to con nect with the Toledo Harrison com pany linos. The Northwestern com pany will have stations at Jewell, Okolona, Florida, Napoleon, Liber ty Center, White House and Muu mee. The little daughter of Mr. Fred. Webber, Holland, Mass., had a very bad cold and cough which he had not been able to cure with any thing. I gave him a 25 cent bottle of Cham berlain Cough Remedy, says W. P. Holden, merchant and Postmaster at West Brimfleld, and the next time I saw him he said it worked like a charm. This remedy is Intended especially for acute throat and lung diseuses such as colds, croup and whooping cough, and it is famous for its cures. There is no danger in giving it to children for it contains nothing injurious. For sale by D. J. Humprey. liu Lisbon Patriot : In the counties of Allen, Richland, Perry, Dellance and Wood, the probate court by special acts, has concurrent jurisdiction with the common pleas court in all proceedings in divorce, alimony, foreclosure and partition. It is a good law. The probate court is al ways in session and would no doubt lessen the trouble and expense of litigation in these departments. "Thurston's FILLS At perfect h e&l th jewel s. ner erkuownto distress but infaW liblo to relieve. When evury. thing ele bat failed to bring you relief for be&darhe. bii fotwnetis, Stomach nd liver complaints WA8K TOUR PKIHMUBT for TH HUSTON'S 11 LLK. Itj mail Sw cenU per paokftfOk For sale by I. Lei I. SIX PMl CENT. LOAiNS. We are prepared to make at onoe any flrst-classloan tendered on Henry county real estate at 6 per cent, in terest, time and payments to Buit borrower, in sums of $500 and up wards. Application to be made through D. Meekison, oi jxapoieon, Ohio, our authorized agent. Thk Mutual Lifk Association. MONEY TO LOAN At 0 and 7 Per oent T. A. CONWAY, Napoleon, Ohio, MONEY TO LOAN AtO and 7 percent M.KNUPP, Napoleon, Ohio. , MONEY TO LOAN A d 1 v F. D. PRINTIS, Napoleon, Ohio, MONEY TO LOAN TJCl privilege of paying back any amount at any time. tf. J. R.LINTHICUM, Napoleon, 0. CHARLES SHUMAKKll, Fashionable hairdressing and neat shaves. Perry st. opposite Ct. house. WM.T.BINZLEY, Dentist. Rooms over Humphrey's Drag Store, tf (rerman Health Institute TOLEDO, OHIO. Largest Practice at? Most Complete Inst tute in the U. S Its Record ofwondei ful Cures Is Secor to Mono in the WorEt ' Conducted by expert phi . r. itALKHorr, m. d., sicians oi 05 years pnv&t and hospital experienc FKBSIPHHT, Fhjiieian tnd Sanraoit tn hurope and America Special departments ft snccial tiiseaset. Oriaim Method! for homo treatment, world rcnownet ' ach case is treated on its own merits. iixtenaiv horatoriei, Vegetable Remedies. Our motto he ..ways been; hohoradlb treatment and Lm ciargisI Wo positively cure under guarantee viomaeh and Bowol Diaoei, such as Dyspep.o onstipation, Piles, Dimhoea; ty and to t laoasaa. Deformities and Surgical Diteaiet, buci ; $ Spinal Curvature, Club fe'ect, Joint AHectionr .rowths, Tumors; oil Chronio and Dasperai incumatic, Heart and Liver Diseases; Blood am '-'an Diseases, such at Scrofula, Ulcers, Eczema Wmples, Freckles, etc ; Pomale Diseases, especial ,i those which have baffled the skill of other ph .nans. Epileptic, Fits, Rupture, permanent!; u red by a new,sckn ilic method. Brain, 8pin Narvoua Diseases Paralysis, Locomotor Ataxia . .euralfiia. Sciatica, Lumbago, Headache, Steeples? . 9, Dizziness, Brain and Nervoua Exhaustion - Anal Irritation. Cancer positively cured withou n use ofa knife. Tape-worm removed in 4 hour ithout starvation. K dneyand Bladder Disease : right's Disease, Diabetes, Inflammation of th : idder, Enlarged Prostate, frcquentanddr.bbUnf Urination, etc. Throat, Lunfl and Nasal Disearos --' fch as Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma, Consumption, eafnen, etc., cured by our original system of Urj ihslaWont for home li eatment. Worst cases of Ca trrh cared by this method in two to three months p Sensal Diseases forfeit of fifCoo for fuilure. Lost Manhood, Sper matorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Effects of Youth f it Indiscretions and Sexual Excesses, Nervous De lily, Exhausted Vitality, Confusion of Ideas. '.version to Society. Loss of Memory and Enerjxy mpotency, fttc , quickly and permanently cured :..'- an Original and never failing treatment. Conor ) ioea, SvpUiiis, weet, Stricture, Hydrocele and 'aricocew cured in the shortest possible time, with i ut tha us of mercury or hindrance from business cures guaranteed when others have failed. Low uarges, and consultation free; correspondence sa . , wily confidential. Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. ; Sun , ..uya and Holiday 010 ism. .OUT OF TOWN a,TIENT8 treated with unfailing successthrouab orrespondence. Examination blank and "'lT(t . ,afe Guard of Life' (ta8 pg book) sent freo, . Address, UERHAIf HEAITH INSTITUTE, 03 una 007 SaaimU UU TOLEDO, O. in w I GOLDEN DATES, 3 E FLOUIDA CHANGES 3 (iUEEN OLIVES, ClSAMJElIItlES. Ene.v mackerel; : Mrs,E.B.Sliasteen's; wnim ,, Miss Mayme Cnincron wa In To ledo Monday. W-rlt In thf rank of Ewiuire at K. of P. ball this evening Dr. Haly lost his valuable race horse by death last week. We have electric light and water works. Why havu'nt we an opera house ? Miss Celia Jones left Friday for Bowline f.reeu after a week's visit in this city. Died, Wednesday, February 5th, of consumption. Myrtle ISost, daught er of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Host. Judge Sheets wants to be one of the delegates to the Republican Na tional Convention at Ht. Louis. Some rugs will be sold very cheap during this month a great big lot to pick from, at Shoemaker Bros. Will Heller aud Will Bruner left Monday morning for Hot Springs, Ark., to be gone three or four weeks. The population of Ohio 'was 4,000, 000, on January 1st, 18!)0, as officially announced by the Secretary of State. Tf la ronnrfwl tlmt the nail IIIRnll- facturers will again raise the price of hails. Thev are now almost out of reach. Tf tlio iirnnrairl rlnner bill becomes a law Toledo and Lucas county will sto democratic, says the loledo Record. nhna nifi v has niirchased the old Condit property on Washington street, of Treasurer Roessing. Con sideration $050. Odds and ends of winter goods from now on at the lowest prices ever made. This is a chance to save money, at Shoemaker Bros. The iron bridge on the Lima North ern over the river at this place, is about placed in position and will be completed this week. Ottawa Sen tinel. : F. Shoner, wife and daughter Celia attended the celebration of St. Francis de Sales' church feast in honor of its patrons last Sunday at Toledo. - Try Shoemaker Bros, for your next pair of fine shoes. They carry one of the best makes in the world every pair warranted and sell them at genuine dry goods prices. It is said that'a stock company has been formed at Ney, Defiance coun ty, to sink wells for oil. The com pany is composed of farmers, and about $2,000 has been raised. Clothesline thieves visited the premises of D. J. Humphrey last week. Mrs. H. detected the guilty Dartv. which happened to be a wo man, and the clothes were returned during the night. Another landmark removed in the cutting down of the old elm and sycamore trees in front of tho old Tyler property, now owned by HenryH Meyer, on tne corner oi wasniug.uu and Scott streets. Thomas Reiger has finished a fine two-story frame house on nis resi dence lot between the canal and riv er and will oocupy the same about the lirst of Marcli. 'A Missouri farmer figured it out one rainy day that he had walked 300 miles in cultivating one acre of corn. He thereupon sold his farm and moved to to wn, where he walked 000 miles to find a job. Many citizens complain of depre dations committed Dy young Doys, big enough to be young men and aot like voune men, in the west end of town. Boys, quit it, before detection and conviction overtakes you. . A cup of hot water early in the morning will often prevent a bilious attack. Hot water as. a beverage is exceedingly wholesome, especially when the digestive organs are weak. It should be taken before each meal as well as after. A half teaspoonful of lemon juice makes it palatable. Col. J. D. Norton and son John, of Topeka, Kansas, were in the city for a few hours Friday last. The Col. was called east by the death of his brother at Cleveland, and he was on his way home when he stopped over here, that he might have the pleas ure of seeing many of his old friends and acquaintances. On Tuesday Fred Ciroenewold Un shed putting in a Capitol Hot Water Furnace, manufactured at Detroit, in Dr. Binzley'a residence. The plan of heating is for a continual flow of hot water through radiators distri buted throughout the house. The heating gives good satisfaction and the job throughout is a llrst-class one. The Century Cyclopedia of Names ives the pronunciation and informa tion about over forty thousand names in Geography, Biography, Mythol ogy, History, "Ethnology, Art, Archae ology, Fiction, etc., etc. It is pro nounced one of the most nsetul reier ence books ever made for the price, adisoriptive circular, best and easy terms. Address Hiram Parker, Agt., care of The Burrows Bros. Co., Cleve land, Ohio. , at The paper was late and the fore man was dumping the matter into the forms at a rapid rate.1 Result : The first part of an obituary had been dumped into the form, and the next handful oi type came on a gal ley describing a recent lire. It read like this: "The pall bearers lowered the bodyinto the grave and the body was consigned to the roaring names. There were few, if any regrets, for the old wreck had been an eye-sore to the town for years. The loss wag Zuiiy covered oy insurance. P GEO. F. CDXDES, I CITY X BAKERY!! : TRY HIS-- gMALT BREAD A New Specialty which meets g- with great favor. It lias a XL . i .. i ; : , .1 ., iimu.iiuB r . !. ...... j gj; flavor. Prepared at all times 3 to furnish 3 Fine Cakes, - Ice Cream, f Rolls, Bread, Etc., Etc., 3 gFor Weddings and Parties. US' A trial order is solicited, TlULlUMlUUUllUlllillMliK For Kent. A story and half house, well lo cated, good neighborhood. Enquire at Miller House. Terpsichorean club dance Friday night. Cigarettes at Humphrey's Drug Store. tf Quarterly meeting at M. E. Church Sunday. Wm. Kellogg was in' Toledo on business last Friday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Mat. Reiser, jr., Tuesday evening, a girl. Remember the valentine ballgiven by Co. F at the Rink Feb. 14th. Mrs. Frank Shoemaker has been visiting in Defiance during the past week. Mijs Emma and Anna Evers enter tained a company of young folks Tuesday evening. Ernest and Herman Spengler were called to Defiance yesterday by the death of a relative. Mrs. A. J. Vandenbroek entertain ed a company of lady friends on Saturday evening. Miss Grace Ruminell is back again in'the school room, having recovered from her recent illness. The dry goods houses are invoic ing now-a-days preparatory to get ting in their Spring goods. Try and settle np last year. ac counts. We can use the wojjey at all times. Shoemaker Biios. A bill has been introduced in the legislature requiring school teachers to be examined in civil government. Although this is leap year, girls are not popping the question to any great extent. Truly, the new woman is here. Dr. France, of Columbus, Ohio, the eminent specialist, will be at the Mil ler Hotel, Napoleon, Thursday, Feb ruday 13. Ladies Mackintoshes in great va riety of prices two special ones at $5.00 and $7.00. See them at Shoe maker Bros Mrs. W. A. Shelt, of Covington, Ohio, is visiting relatives and friends in the county. She is accompanied by her three children. Sunday was groundhog day. His hogship saw his shadow, so, accord ing to tradition, we will have six weeks more cold weather. The sale of the TJitizens opera house at Defiance was not confirmed by the court, the notice of sale not being published for B0 days. The widow of the late Philip Reig er died quite suddenly at Liberty Center on Sunday. The body was brought to this city for burial, i The city council transacted no business Monday evening on account of there being no quorum. The body adjourned to meet Wednesday eve ning. When you want a new oorset buy the celebrated P. N. Shoemaker Bros, have eight different kinds to fit all shapes. Every one warranted absolutely. Henry Delventhal sold his half in terest in Delventhal Bros, saloon to his brother Herman, last "Saturday, The firm will still be known as Del venthal Bros. Chas. H. Williams, who is engaged on the Wabash K. U. at Chicago, ill., is visiting for a few days with his parents at the M. i. parsonage on Washington street. Fostoria young men are about to organize a cooking and eating club. An exchange ventures the opinion that this will make business for the undertakers of that city. Say. where did you say one could buy clothing cheapest and get a good fit and what you wanted? Why. at the store of Henry Meyer, of course. Try it. tf This is the time to make up mus lins. During all this month you can buy the best brands of us at unusu ally low prioes. Call and see,, at Shoemaker Bros. The members of the Epworth League will take notice, that the election of officers for the ensuing year will be held Wednesday eve ning, February 12th, 1806. On complaint of her step-mother. last Saturday, Judge Cuff sent Flora Parker, a young girl 13 years of age, to the Delaware Girls Industrial Home, for incorrigibility aud way wardness. Marshal Burns took the young girl to Delaware Sunday even ing. . Arrangements have been made for the opening of the Ohio Masonic home at Springeld on April 1. Near ly an or tne 7U rooms will be rurn ished by donations that have been made, and each room is to be named after the individual or Masonic body that furnished it. " , . Last Thursday night two persons having a horse and buggy, entered my smoke nouse and carried off lour pieces of meat. The persons are known by me and if the meat is not returned within a reasonable time they will be prosecuted. DANIEL I ARUKLL. - It seems that John A. King, of To ledo,. who removed from this county to that city last year, has got him self into trouble, and the bar of Lucas county has asked for his dis barment from practicing in the courts. It is to hoped Mr. King can qlear himself pf the charges made against mm. . .v .-, Fresh. . i, SUGAR ' . i CURED Breakfast Bacon .10 tents Per lb. Spare Ribs, Back Bone, PIG3 FEET, GALORE - AT THE PORK HOUSE E. R. COWDRICK. Our Specials ' FOR ' Tuesday, February 11th. yd. Brown Sheeting 151e value 22c H - i Tje " , zoo ii 21 yd. Bleached " 17ic " 25c " llHc " 27c This is the best brand of wide sheeting made and will only be sold at these prices on this date. 25 dozen fine embroidered ' Swiss Kerchiefs that were sold for 33, 40 and 50c, on February 11th, 19c Two lots of Embroideries 1 1 lot at 5 cents, worth 8, 10 and 13c 1 lot at 10 ' " " 15 and 20c These special values only for this day. Call and see that we have what we advertise. SHOEMAKER :-: BROS. All kinds of electrical supplies at Bradley's. 3t The ground hog saw his shadow plainly enough last Sunday. Mrs. Frank Ulrich entertained lady friends at cards Tuesday evening. There is much talk of paving" Washington street during the com ing summer. ' Jacob Hornung of New Bavaria gave this office a pleasant business call on Saturday. Childrens' Mackintoshes in double capes and heavy texture, in all sizes, at Shoemaker Bros. Miss Marv Rostetter returned yes terday morning from visiting rela tives in New .York City. Its hard to keep most of the street crossings clean, during the muddy season, the walks being lower than mud. , ij, - Some great bargains at Shoemak er Bros, in silks for waists; rich new patterns and cut prices for a short time. Miss Georgia Knupp leaves within a few days for Hutchinson, Kansas, where she will spend the remainder of the winter. February is always a qaiet month. We propose to change this with at tractive bargains all over the store. Come in. - Shoemaker Bros. New heavy tipped Gold Crown. New preparation and modus Oper and, in Gold Filling, Bringing them within the reach of all. W. J. Pierrkpont, Dentist, . tf Near Post Office. The latest freak in the sky scraper building line in New York is a 200 story building containing over 100,- 000 office rooms. The structure will be three times as high as the Eiffel tower at Paris, or in other words reaching nearly three-fourths of a mile in the air. The manager of the Faurot opera house in Lima says he will close the doors of the house i the council en forces a recent ordinance passed by that body compelling the opera house to pay $600 a year license. Such a license is unjust and the city council must be made up of fools or hogs. ' . , Monday afternoon C. Drewes ar rested two characters who were in possession of an unusual amount of old shirts, coats, pants and other articles or clothing. They were locked np but npon investigation it was discovered that all the clothing had been given them by charitably disposed citizens, and they were re leased. - - , i HOT - SHOTS For One Solid MoDtli ! ' f Feb. 1st to Marcb 1st, '96.1 All Hot Shots. Men's Buckle Arctics 87cts H I CIS 5u 67 ctsisa Women's Buckle Arotios Men's 8. A. Sandals Women's Plain .Croquets. . . 23 ots m Misses .' " ... .... Another Hot Shot. Men'. Felt Bxit with Wooneock et Over Shooa at The Hotest of Hot Shots. K 36 palm of Men'i Fino Sboe in 1 jPg tHobo, Nectlla nd .'vouch Tuoe mm woii,andokUt81.75, but have SfJJ now got them loaded and will tv. hoot them out at 1.17 EJ This Hot Shot Was Never m SO Hot. Women' Felt Embroidered Slip- ; l-ie .liu ira aiwgjfs : " gfejj e.'iu Bt.pi.uv, to u 0uoi. ii u.... .mtc Ilaby thoes 2-5 price, 75o at 48- Bby8ho8 4-8 price, 1,00, at 67c I This Hoi Shot Must Sell W tuese iiooiis. gg 11 pair Women's Vki Kid Congress -.- ijjj old atl.OO, now . (S.plm IS pair Mongol Oongrou aold. at ' ht-Z i.6o,now..: -n M 20 pair Dongola Oongrees sold at 32 - uu, now.. ,........... M. iMsta Those gooda ire made bt P . Armstrong M$ A , Rochester, N. T. . 131 The Hotest of all Hot pi '- Shots Shot.. M A. I. Nettleton's Fine Shoes of -Mm.-. I- V ll . IU, -., . .f 11 UW u All 5.00 t oods at...:.... . ... ........ 4. 47 . . V"l !, . .. - . One More Hot Shot M And theli w start the bail rolling. ' f S3 pair Men's Hub Bale that we sellattl,85, Snooting Price... . 93c. We are selling U leather boots at grout reduced prices. 8ee for yourselves. We also have a larve stock of Women's and Mts-es goods that can be bought at oar own pi ice. Gilt Edge Shoe Dressing at I8e. . " - ,, Terms o this Sale Cash. -Tire money Is .lust what we want at A roils- have . Wishing sou one and all good big bar. .3 ir.ii. a t Mni.t-, . as n r- c c- r . . -. . .., m . nKiw&n, tfr K'. BT9 HEADQUARTERS FOB. field and Circle!) Seeds. We are receiving a large I stock of - NEW SEEDS-j From the bst growers in -j the country. i Beardless Barley! CiT In Stock. a. Bradley! For Sale. Polled Durhams and Short Horn Young Buds, ranging from two months to 18 months old. For prices call on or write Jacob Hormtxc,, 51 4t New Bavaria, Ohio. New Arc Lights. New arc lights have been placed in the different parts of the city during past week. One at Schaff's carriage shop corner, one on the Bryan Pike in front of the residence of Dr. T al bott. one asross the canal near the residence of Wm. English, and one on Washington street near Frank Huiumeli s residence. Broken Arm. John Deimling, the 12 year old son of Jos. Deimling, had the misfortune to fracture his right arm last Satur day. The lad with some companions were playing in an ice house when he slipped and fell some eight or nine feet with the above result. Dr. Maerker was called and reduced the fracture. Small Blaze. An alarm of fire was turned in last Friday afternoon about 2 o'clock, oc casioned by a small fire iu the house occupied by Geo. Reinbolt. north of the railroad. The fire started from an over heated stove pipe which oc casioned the lath of the wall to catch fire. The blaze was extinguished without the aid of the fire depart ment and occasioned but little dam age. New Lutheran Church. The St. Paul Lutheran people. Rev. Fisher's congregation, have pur- cnasea tne eo. ggers' property, corner of Clinton street and the Bry an Pike with the expectation of building thereon a new and modern church edifice in the near future. The St. Paul congregation has been growing to such an extent that it be comes necessary to have a larger house of worship than the old church affords. Mr. Eggers will vacate the property in the fall to occupy hi fine new residence on the Adrian Pike, when operations for the new church will begin. The considera tion for tne property was $2,000. ICape. Milton Mann, a young lad about 20 years of age and living in Harri son township, was arrested Saturday evening by Sheriff Pender on com plaint of 13-year old Flora Parker, for rape. He was taken before Jus tice Hague immediately and plead ed guilty to the charge. He was put under $1300 bond and upon failure to furnish it, was lodged in jail. His trial will come off at the March term of court and it will likely go hard with him, as the penalty for rape is from 3 to 20 years in the penitenti ary. Judge Sheets is also known to be very severe in these cases, and young Mann has probably seen free doui for the last time for a good many years to come. H. H. Fast died at his home in Holgate on Monday, after a long ill ness from diabetes and other diseas es. Mr. Fast was formerly a resi dent of this city, previous to his moving to Holgate, where he has been in business for a number of years. The funeral will take place to-day under the auspices of the I. O. O. F., of which organization he was an old ana wortny member. Mr. Fast was also a member of the G. A. R. . Bargains at Bradley's this week : Canned corn 5 cents " raspberries 5 eents " strawberries. ...... 5 cents " blackberries Scents " . pumpkin 5 cents " cherries............... 5 cents Dried peaches , 5 cents " apricots........ .Scents " prunes .Scents " apples , Scents Raisins, per pound.. 5 cents One lb. baking powder... . 10 cents . Nine bars soap 25 cents One Sunday night, a young man, living not a thousand miles away irom iNapoleon, saw a young woman home from church for the first time. She had a cold; so had be. She com plained ot the cold just before they reached the gate. He had procured a box of troches for his throat and bad broken the box so that they were loose in hm pocket. As they parted at the gate he slipped his lin gers into his pocket among the loose troches and handed her one with the remark that it would help her cold if she would only put it in her mouth and let it siowly dissolve.'; They paJ;ed and the young man was as toiiished on the following day at re ceiving a dainty note saying: "The compound cathartic did its work ad mirably; I am cured of my cold, and my esteem for you is entirely dis solved.1' Geo. Damn arid Geo. March have returned from Albany, New York, where they were called as. witnesses before tlie United States court in the case of "Geo.. March, of, . New York, who was personating- our George March, assuming his company and regiment, Co. D. 124th Regiment, for the purpose, ot defrauding tne. gov ernment by securing a pension. He was apprehended by special pension examiners and brought to trial, by being indicted for perjury. The case has been continued until March 17th. and will be tried at Utica, New York, before the V. 8. Court, when Messrs. Daum and March will be again called as witnesses. Mr. Daum was Lieut., and .acting Captain of Co. D.i, the company ia wnicn weo, March of Flatrock .township, this county, enlisted,' and his testimony clearly convicts the -New rows weo March as a perjurer, v The case is clear against turn ana tne peniten tiary wili be his home for a season after March I7tn. . ' , Subsoribe for the Northwest K you want all the) news $1.00 a yean W & C- .J- tf LEONHART BROTHERS, !g Lumbsr, Lath and Shlnglesg J -And ManofaetDrers of Doors, Sash, Moldings, Window 0 and Door Frames. & & Custom Sawing Done on g $ Short .Notice and at S : Low Prices. 0 Get our Prices before Buy- ins Elsewhere. jj MILLS 05 SOOTH SIDE.-e ' NAPOLEON, OHIO. One More Woman Editor. llr. Francis Bellamy, who for near ly six years -was one of the editors of me loutn Companion, naa- beep added to the editorial staff of The . Ladle1 Home Journal as one of Mr. I Bok's principal associates. The new editor in a cousin nf Fil T.-llon,.. ' auiuuroi OOKing JDaCKWard. ' We are still seilinar some dress COfxls vprv nhpnn and linira a anl-n. ii d line of colors. Shqbmakkr Bros. Tafc en to-tlie "Stein eyard. " Sheriff Pender took George Danc er to the work house at Toledo Sat urday. This wag the result of Danc er not beinfc able to pay his $178 fine that was given him by the Common Pleaa court for assault and battery. It will take him just 299 days to work out his line and costs. Home Seekers Excursion.-,. On February 10th and 11th and March 9th and 10, 1896, the Wabash will issue excursions to Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Indian Territory, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklohoma, Tennessee and Texas. One lowest 1st class regular fare plus $2 00 for the round trip. Enquire at the depot.1 td C. M. BrxaST, Ag't. Like an Electric Current! The reason kissing is so pleasant, says an oscular expert of scientific tendencies, is because the teeth, jaw bones and lips are full of nerves, and when the lips of persons meet an elec tric current is generated. Yonkers Gazette. Yes, and it is confounded cheap. You don't have to have a dynamo machine, nor a button to touch to ring up the central office, and there is no patent on it, and the poorest person in the world can eniov the electric current better than the mil lionaire, and it never gets out of order. If Edison had invented kiss ing, it would cost one hundred dol lars a year like the telephone, and then extra kissing would fee charged up extra, and if you dieTt pay for it they would take out your kissaphone and disconnect you from the central office. The rush ' for clothing is at the store of Henry Meyer, where a big cut in prices exist. The crowds are buying clothing, too, and are well pleased at tne bargains thev are get ting, tf Call on Billy Sheffield, Deshler, if you want your horseshoing and work done by a practical worker in iron, tf 900XOO00)K0O00OOC-0O 5PW EBBRUARY M Boots, Shoes and Rubbers From Saturday, Feb. 1st, to March 1st, '96. Greatest Shoe Sale ever held in Napoleon. We must make room for spring goods. We cant give you all the prioes in this space, But Here's a Sample Men's Patent Leather Shoes " Cordovan, Lace or Congress .: French. Calf Congress " American Calf Congress... " Calf Skin Cork Sole " Fine Calf Skin warranted " Fine Porpoise or Lace or Congress.....'.!... " Satin Calfskin ..... " Fine Buff all styles.. Heavy Veal Shoes THIS SALE IS FOR SPOT CASH ONLY. Ladies Vlci Congress and Lace $4.50 $3.19 " Vici Button, Patent Tip ; 4.00 2.98 "' Vici Button Hand-Turned 8.50 2.89. Vfci Button, Baator Toe .. 2.75 2.19 " Fine Dongola Patent Tip 2.00 1.69 " , Fine Dongola Patent Tip 1.75 , 1.89 " ... Fine Dongola Opera Toe............ . 1.50 . 1.19 " Fine Dongola Patent Tip 1.40 90o " Fine Dongola Patent Tip...... 1.25 ' ' 89o Men's Heavy Lumberman Socks and Overs ' 2.25 1.69 Bovs Heavy Rubber Boots 2.00 1.49 Men's Rubbers 39c. All I POLKBR & g -'- Opposite J. C. Saur & 000KKK0KH000-0HX0 ULSTERS at flf off B From now until all are closed out. We have many. . ' " and wish to Convert Them into Cash ! - $16.00 Overcoat or Ulster for.. $12.00 14.00 Overcoat or Ulster for.... 10.50 12.00 Overcoat or Ulster for.. 9.00 10.00 Overcoat or Ulster for 7.50 . 8.00 Overcoat or Ulster for...... 6.00 r 6.00 Overcoat or Ulster for 4.50 4.00 Overcoat or Ulster for.....,..'. , 3.00 ' ! '.C.Call in and see them at...... . . HONEeK'S . . . : r,or.OS3: Orl37' - CARY BLOCK, - PERRY STREET. 0 la this cold weather to on or A j . two of oar food nrt Ic&ablo J J Hush cr Fur Rstss ! J p " M yon call in to rxarnina S h OnF Ri.ha rinn't i -. W m iupvw U1IU . inn jo SCO t an. n . 1 1 mm 4 nil made (rom the best of 9 material. 4 4 In endlws Tariety nnd at 4 , , . " ' . 11,1 " ' fMiu-o, imn-a I.I .... ..... v nu uiiu'HuKsua, nm, u.e!pi inrge assortment of ? WMps, Comrjs, Brashes . r nr. M-M4hiTCf nnll-i J in a rt-ola Harneas Shop. Come iu aud see ma. f 1. 1. UliUHLU, j Send your children to Shoemaker Bros, for Coats' thread, it isth they keep no other and always have all numbers and colors. , , More Bonds Redeemed. - On Monday, through the banking house of J. V. Saur Co., the Coun ty Commissioners redeemed one of the Court House and Jail bonds. They got the bond for $10.50.67, and thereby saved about $350 in interest which would have had to have been paid had the bond run 'till maturity. They also redeemed a $500 Beaver Creek bond for $515 thnugh the agency of D. Meekison's bank, and thereby saved considerable interest. Let the good work go on. Skillful Treatment. Dr. France, of The France Medical Institute, Physician and Surgeon, by request of his many friends and par tlents, will make a return visit to Napoleon Thursday February 13th. where her can be seen, at the Miller Hotel, from 9 a. m. to 8 p. in. One day only. The doctor is meeting with gratifying sucess and we advise the afflicted to consult him on above date of his visit. His specialty is chronic diseases, and diseases of the eye and ear, and he gives his entire attention to the Bucessful treatment of these complaints. His suoess is due to a thorough knowledge of the human system, gained by an exten sive hospital experience and careful study. Health is as important as life, and no invalid who values health can afford to lose this opportunity of ob taining his skillful treatment. Con sultation free and strictly confldetial. k Homeseekers Excursion Tickets Via Buckeye lioute, , will be sold to certain points in Ala bama, Arizona, Okalahoma, Arkans as, Indian Territory, Louisana, Mis sissippi, Missouri. Tennessee. Texas. and Virginia at extremely low rates of fare, on Januury 27th and 28th, February 10th and 11th and March 9th and 10th. For full particulars as to rates, time and information in general write to agents C. H. V. & T. Ry., or W. H. Fisher, G. P. & T. A., Columbus, Ohio. nichlO Knocks Out The Grip. Humphrey's Specific "77" Knocks out the Grip and "breaks up'" a cold. Price 25c; for sale everywhere, lm . The old music dealer, A. Haertel, sells and repairs the latest and best musical instruments and music boxes. Opposite the Miller House, one door South of R. Jones' livery stable, tf xoooooooooooK .OF.. Regular Prloe. $5.00 5.00 -5.00 , 4.00 4.00 ; 8.00 2.50 2.00 ""1.50 February Price. $4.19 4.19 ' 4.19 8.29 2.89 2.59 1.94 1.69 1.19 99o 1.25 warm Shoes and Felt Boots at Cost. WESTHOVBN, Co's Bank, Napoleon,' Ohio. ''' , 4 J' -.'9 i, -