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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST. NTAPnT(voxr. o, JULY 16, 1S0C.
9 i The Advantages of Prepared r M 1 ' should be honestly consid ered by even housewife. It it great advantages, as one trial of v::l nrovi'. Yea will find th:it ' i-; t it conk not lu? ir.orL' t ? t..:.t ir is (;:;vL-nii,T.taivuy.s .J ; i '." ' .-r -;o;N o:j Ik shfii";;5 n...:: -i lu'h ir.r jo pits, iVtur. rutMinij, .''.b fi'iiii t-iAic. iivi tlie ca- ; r, Li? 1 -v.- , j.-:!-; y..tt tr.e ft '" t n, "ir. ' tjilitns'T'Mnksciv- f lilt' llllV. l.-SOl I E CO., Svrtu- use. . 1 . COUNTY CHAT A Brief Summary of News Prom Wide-awake Cor respondents. MAl'Li: GKOV'i:. MAPl.K GROVE, The toot of the engine this vicinity. There was a hearing .-leanine of Seotf ditch July 12th. is heart! in for the re before trie trustees of Richfield township Satur day. The cleaning was not granted and the people will now trv before the commissioner!'. There is quite an excitement here about a wild cat that has been seen by different ones. Army worms have made their ap pearance here. They have stripped fields of oats and have commenced on tiie corn. Prunkie Smith is on the sick list. Adam Friend and. John Miller made a business trip to Napoleon Friday. Arthur P.oulis had the misfortune to tret his finder cut off Wednesday. !. lirowninir find family visited rel atives at Greltou Sunday. Fred Kim:, of North Baltimore. ca'Ie.l on friends here Sunday. X. McC'LUKi:. McCh p.k, July 12th. Dear renders. I snppo-e you nil wonder what lias beeoiie of Daisy, so 1 will please you with a few items from our hustling little burg. John l!:iL'im, of Napoleon, was on our streets Saturday evening. Letmnie Spayth, of Findlay, is vis iting friends here. Willie Kelsey, who was h'trt so bad t'ie 4th by the explosion of a cannon, ..rtiug along niceiy but will prob ably loose an eye. The M. E. Sunday school is prae ting for theS. S. convention the idrh of August. The concert and ice cream supper which was .-iven bv the North school Friday was very largely attended. The littie babe of Dr. and Mrs. vihuvno hs been ouite sick for some time bur N better at this writing. Merrick Dennis spent Sunday with Wustnn friends. Bertha Spencer, who has been at tending school at F.lyria. is hor.:e again. Work is being done on the l D. church and it will soon be enclosed. Henry Vanpelt has his new house nearly completed, which is quite an improvement to ''Dog Town." Chas. Macklin and Clarence Meech spent Sunday with their best girls in Grand Rapids. John Philips and wife have com menced house keeping in the Fortney ho'ise in "Dog Town." Rev. Coloin delivered a very inter esting sermon at the M. E. Church here Sunday evening. Daisy. July i:?th. 1S. Mr. Hockman of Bays is visiting relative here. L'ttle Terry Norcross is confined to her home by sickness. Join Romaker and wife were Na poleon visitors Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. Sharpe's baby is quite poorly at this writing. Mrs. Keaf'a'l has returned from her visit in Licking county. Mrs. M. A. Lymangrover of South Bend., Ind., is visiting A. Lyman grover and family. Misses Edith Shepard and Cora Randolph spentlast week in Weston. A. O. Ballard and R. R. Conn were in Wingston Thursday and Friday. John Eagan of Napoleon, was in McClure Sunday evening. "Must be some attraction John,'' for you come quite often. A pleasant surprise party took place at the residence of Mrs. Jennie Todd, one mile north of town Wed nesday evening, in honor of Hermie Todd, it being his 14th birthday. About twenty-five were present. A good time was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Kendall is numbered among the sick this week. Mrs. Geo. Foltz was in Grand Rap ids Monday. Miss Inez Kendall visited friends in TexasSunday. Topsy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refund ed. Price 25 cents per bos. For Sale by D. J. Humphrey. lyr TEXAS. Tkxas. O., July 13th. I. E. Phipps wa the guest of liU son Joel and wife at Toledo last week. Mrs. Frank Gray of Findlay is vis iting her sister, Mrs. Isaac Ginder. J. J. Hardy has bejrim improve ments on his residence in the shape of a new kitchen and cellar. Mr. and Mrs. John bugler and children of Toledo have been the puests of Robert Showman and fami ly the past week. John Tippin spent a week with his brother near Toledo recently. Arthur and Fred Kunuel of Toledo are spending a vacation with their grandmother, Mrs. Henry Eiumel. Miss Anna Norris of Napoleon spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister. Mrs. Isaac Uinder. Arthur Hardy, who is learning the painter's trade at Toledo, spent the Fourth with his parents. The tlrst show of the season struck the town Saturday. It was composed of a rather limited troupe. Mrs. 11. Ininuiire has been confined to her home several days with rheu matism but is better. Mr. and Mrs. A. Fry, after a loni,' absence returned to Texas for a few days visiting with friends here. A traveling minister from Kenton held sevices in Wagner's grove Sun day afternoon, and at the church in t lie evening. Texas didn't celebrate this year only in the evening. Yes, some of them spent the Fourth at Napoleon of course, and some at McClure. Mr. I.eist and Mr. Shaw of Liberty (.'enter visited Texas Sunday in the interest of the 8. S. Association. It is to be hoped our Sunday School will soon join that excellent organi zation. lil'CKKlE. TLDliSVILLE. Tubbsvili.k. O., July nth. Elder Lillv, of Hicksville. will hold quarterly meeting at the Ridge Cha pel' next Saturday and Sunday. Bessie Reynolds, of Defiance, is vis iting with Chas. Fetzers. Farmers have commenced thresh, ing wheat. It is turning out from ' to 2J bushels per acre. Mr. Schroeder has commenced to move the barn he bought of Fred Root. Will Clifton ran a nail in his foot last wtek which laid him up for a few davs. W. C. K inuGi:vn.LK cokxeks. RiiK-iKviLi.K Cor.. July 14th. Mrs. Anna Gardener, of pleasant Bend, is now spending a few week with her parents, Henrv Bolleve and wife. J. J. Fauver has his new residen well under way. Byron Fauver. formerly of the Na poleon restaurant, his returned to this village. A big pile of brick and sand on thi lot owned by Adam Koek, our enter prising harness inaK-r. indicates that a new residence will soon go up there. A troup of religious enthusiasts of the Holiness Band made the home of Win. Harmon their headquarter: over Sunday, holding religious meet ings. F. B. Houghton and wife visited several davs lust week with Harlan Roughton in Paulding county. iuite a number of our citizens took iu Buffalo Bill's Wild West show at Lima last Thursday. They report wonderful performance. The King's Daughters assisted by the Woman's Foreign Missionary So ciety hold an icecream festival in thi: village on Saturday evening of this week. The general public are invit ed to turn out and give them a bene tit. ilrs. H. N. Reynolds is being very seriously afflicted with nervous pros tration with little hope of recovery. E. E. Tressler and wife attended the funeral of George Tressler at Na poleon Tuesday. Veritas. AKCHBOLD. ARCHBOLD, July 14th. Hard times in Ireland. Henry Winzler and Johnston Yeag er took a trip to Napoleon Sunday on their wheels. J. Theabold was at Wauseon Mon day on business. Sol Yeager took a trip to Napoleon Sunday on his wheel and called on friends. Win. Gigax spent Sunday with friends in Elmwood. M. E. Nofzinger was seen on our streets Sunday. F. M. Camp and lady, F. J. Dimke and wife, Geo. Roedell and many others took in the excursion to Tole do and Detroit Sunday. H. Winzler was at Wauseon Mon day on business. David Nofzinger, of Pettisville was here Tuesday on business. Richard Conway, of Ridgeville, was at this place Tuesday. A. B. C. EL3IWOOD. Elmwood, July 14th. School opened Monday iu Dist. No. 3 with Chas. Nordeu as teacher. R. Nagle and E. Schuuiaker were at Napoleon Thursday on business. Last week Henry Rupp came near meeting with a fatal accident; while looking at some people load hay a beam fell from above and struck him on the head and back. He fell un conscious and was picked up for dead but soon recovered. At present he is doing quite well. Jno. J. Nofzinger was at Napoleon Saturday on business. .Of oman s is never done, and it m especially weii-in and wearisome to those n-aca flood i. impure aui yiaui properly ,o tone, sus tain, and renew th wt:aj of nerve muscle and ti i 'u.?. !' : .- b:-c3U?-s of this coa'li: on ui ".be are rua dot Tired, lV3a'.t, Mcrvo-s, Thrn bcrau.-? of t!ie wor:; i.jelf. Every physicir.n ?o. cad ths. tae only re:a- r is in b..;id:::-j up by U-:i::,i a jou-i nerve ton:e, bio-J j.ur:or a:.d viislcr to3i's Sa-ar-ar:"i. For thC'oubl.s Peccii! to n. cl-.i- 'c iA -;pn--o: clur.ntt or i:.e. or re:,i.ri:- fro-n hard or::, Ri:vou.'!:'-s i"";1""' l.lecd, ou;sdi Uave luiitii ieUci an J cure in SarsaparHSa w On; Tr' r,;.n,.i i'-. l.yvM.i;-. ;i p-r N-.nie. Ll.T.'c;:!. Mass. Prepared oi.i llOOd'S Pi!!Swit!,H,oaaSarUi.riiia. horrible and shocking accident occurred here last Thursday, in which a team of horses were burned alive which was a sad sight to see. While threshing for Mr. Gleason some sparks from the engine kindled a lire in the straw of a load of wheat whicn was about to be threshed. The lire spread rapidly and the barn and oth- r buildings were only saved by iu tantly backing the wagon and team a distance of about four rods, but by this time it was too late to save the horses. The team belonged to Aaron Hasinger who burned his face in trying to rescue them. The wagon was also consumed in the tlatnes. The Lutheran picnic was well .at tended Su inlay. Many people from a great distance were present. J. S. Nofzinger and family, of F.l mira, spent Sunday here with liU father. David King and wife, of Elmira, s;ent Saturday with M. J. Roth. Miss Carrie Rupp was at ArchboIJ on business Tuesday. X. . Z. OUT FOlI SILVEK. A lMoininotit Republican Who lias Hcon Converted to the Cause. George W. Moore, ex-State Senator, and one of the most prominent citi zens of Darke County, is out in an in terview. He says that it is a favor ite scheme of the metropolitan press to avoid a discussion of the linancini questions, but boldly to predict all sorts of calamities and to denounce tiiose who are guided in their reason ing by the experience of the ai-r. "Why is it." he says, "we read in commercial papers in this country aecounts of the anomalous growth in manufacturing and exports from In dia. Japan and China, and the pros pect of growing and hurtful compe tition from that direction ? What of late has given the impetus to this enormous growth and apparent pros perity to 'these semi-barbarous na tions'? Concurrently with this we witness our enlightened and :, 'el standard nations on the downward plane with increased depressions from year to year. In evidence of this we witnes"s the doubling up of exports annually of wheat, cattle and sheep from South America, when only iu they imported their own bread stuffs, and prior to never had exported a hoof of cattle or sheep to Europe. roncitrrent'iy our meat export-'i-s of Chicago have not exported half the meats in the past year that were exported the previous year. The London -Corn Trade List claims that for the three years prior to June 1. l!.5. the United States supplied 5S per cent, of tlie European imports of wheat, while the previous year in 1SH4 and 1X95 in face of our unpre cedented crop at the lowest prices ever reached, we furnished only oil per cent. The manufacturers of Manchester, England, have been knocking at the door of Parliament for the past several years, demand ing the restoration of 'silver, claiming that though being driven from the markets of silver standard countries, they would be compelled to close up their mills. "The restoration of silver to its ancient and legitimate sphere as money is coming, unless bribery and corruption are stronger iu the land than the honest expression of the people s will. THE WEALTH OF NATIONS. Proportion Coming to Each Inhabitant If an Equal Division Were Made. There is a very old story, which sober minded statisticians reject ns erroneous and apoeryplial, that tells how a needy man iu the city of Paris obtained an audi ence with the head of the banking house of Rothschild To this financial magnate the needy man recited his distress and argued that there should bo an equal division of all property, doing away with the existing disparities, which he ulleged were unjust. M. Rothschild, so the story goes, took from his desk a piece of paper and figured upon it the total wealth of France. Then he di vided tho total by 3(5,000.000, tho popula tion of France at that time, the result be ing the per capita share- of the wealth to which his visitor would have been entitled. Then SI. Rothschild redivided that total by the population of the country, and. handing his visitor a one franc piece (20 cents), said: "My friend, here is your share of all that I would owe you rm tho redivision of the property of the country. Collect the bal ance from others." Whatever may be tho basis of fnct tipnti which this story is founded, there is no ills pitting its periodic recurrence in the form of an estimate of how much ec-h citizen of a country would have if the wealth of such a country was equally divided among all Its inhabitants. Recently a paragraph, probably of English origin, has started on its travels through the newspapers and magazines which shows that if the wealth of tlie United States was so divided every person in it man, woman nnd child, mil lionaire and pauper, banker, fanner, arti san, schoolboy'and schoolgirl would have JiOO. This is not a large sum when the growing resources of the United States are considered, but there are probably pkmty of persons in every community who would bo willing to accept ?-00 in cash in full satis faction of a prospective division at some time far remote of the total wealth of the country. In point of fact it is, of course, unrea sonable to base any plan of division on the total number of inhabitants, for a very large number of these are infants below the aire of 5 vonrs. and a still larcrer nunj- Itr OS-k M i ts) bit a" uiale mluora bet.vii 5 aisfTirand female millers iiecv.ven o ami 1 s. li i : t . even OU the l';.sUf tlio Uital iulitl-it.iiits . tliC cf.umrv. a division if its v.e.ilth w .;;ld ! yield much xuere than f J'" in fai r. nn're tlian I.ij.i. Tlicrt v.erctiytl.e 1 .it n-iieral tvu.-lM iilxiut 17,ij0..0iii1c a.lults i:i ti.o L'uiteU Stutes, ami : divlsmu e! thewci-.ith ct the tuiintry unioug them , n-.'.i jrivo $.i,ohj :i;.itv lis tlie share ef i-.a-lu TliC ward "wealth" has a s.mi.-.v:.:. o'..:tic naanlni wlwa aii'lieU as a il. -i :!:a;i.. a of r.i erty, but nmoi.g the sTat;ticians it iin.-iv, iirst and cl ief of r.iL land- next h"i:svs; thi-n thccnt.rciifsof !i. e.-s, j.r.d in tlie ortler of in.j .i-t.tmv :.;,.. i:wi:ey lu.-tal. railways, mercliauui-.'. si,i !.J sui.ihies. Ou the bu.-is of U the-e the t..;.t in tie ft fl.o- o . Kori-rd, i A ii.-f. ,Iia. limit htii la. It. tow iv and Swe-i.- ; and ::h, atii- ,-.a-anioai'.t of :-:n.-y in rir- 'TeS 'C- awrniie wialth t each ndi fi'lov.iii.' countries is in c; for ,erso!i the I'l.irod St a Franco. Denmark, Holland lietWivn tV STe'l ;m:l tin' J! Switz.-rUi.il, belir::::n. On tli..t an- (icnimny. Sl-ain, 1' -: ilea. I.". Ku.-sia tl.e aeni.' in :;o country from which au ti-tics ;.re attainalila is tlu weolih les. )n the basis of th? activil v: culati.ai anions t':e inlialiit :. tiveof such foro.s of invi-'-liou-es, lar.d, sbi;'S ar.d r Fran, e is ti:c wealthiest col'.!. u vi race of SCO to each h i.:, lar.rest proportion, of which!- i -1 we.-. it !i r.4 .ei-i-::;:l:i:i-c, rv. wit!: uu .'itanr, tlm 1.1 eoill. The averajre in the t":;:r. d. (ieriaany :.'o. in liollaad lirirain --. .V), in Se.iin tl-'. hi Delirium '. in (,' ie- is in ;.i. in ;rc::6 in It:iiy - ilia Slo. in ltu--:ia 111, in Ir.iiia s", in Jo; oti sT. Ml and in Ciiina $2. A division oi tliewcr.hh of any country on aa exact and i;,d:- riia itiating !:a.-is among its inhabitants U, oi ci.urs:, i liiiricri.-al. but a con-i h-i.ui ;ii of the rc-::!ts ..f such division rive-; a very ciear induation of the relate::! which t!io w 'alt!: of one f o'anfy bears to the wealth of another. The growth ot material v-.-i!'h is more rapid in the Vnltcd Metes than in any othereountry, t-ut tnc ,"re-.vrn oi popu lation kecMs on too. New W.rk Sun. Wedding Postpom J. Sharp Dame I must frankly tell you, Mr. Mock, that my a .i ut to your mam-ii.g With my .laughe r has boon wrung from mo under nro; -st. M.-. Meek Eh '. Protest: Sh.up Daiai Yes, sir. I knew that if I ual not, consent she w..uM li.ign;i.e the family by uu elopeiact. Wlii-u she w ants anything, we all have to givo ia to h:.r or take the ci,a.i .:ai-!iees, and long expi rienee has taught me that I might as well try to fan off a, cyclone as reason with her when she gets mad, especially if there is a fUtimn or a roll ing pin handy, and so I just give right up at nice. Has the weddiLg day b en iot yf't, Mr. Meek:" Mr. Meek Urn er uot yet, and, i:i fact, raadani, I'm I'm a little all-aid 1 cau't ail'i rd to marry very soon auvhnw. Coc-good day. New York Weekly. OF PBBLICREC9RD. MATTERS OF INTEREST ON RECORD IHTiiS COURT HOUSE . 1 al I-lstute Trtsnsfers, JIarrlas : Li'je-.ises, Iriiat Court News, Ditch iloar ings, e'.i.'., eta.'. 5 TAT ; T-r.AXSFEIH itocli. n. iv. 100 aero Scott to Cha I. Shir. in section J. !?:'))). 3IOJSOK Geo. 1! i--...i. a Imr., ;il ami S. iU acres St ruble to .1. F. Brow section 11, ;iw'.i:'J. WASmr-GTiiS. J. H. Pender, sheriff, to Kii :.ihe- h st'ind". Connelly, 40 acres in section :J:J DAMASCUS. Charlotte Fisher and J. If. Fi. to i'tica Duukelbergef. W..I acre section 12, s-iouo. BAHTLOW. her - in Flattie M. Peterson to lios Peter-51-)00. son. Si) acres in section ill, DKSHLKR. Flot-ien Giau.iue to John Cauuuo mile. lot SS. Steam's addition. sl:.a. E.lw. Gilchrist to Fred. Gilchrist, lot ?S original plat, s'lld. John Ameriue to Fred. Giichrit, lot 4sa original plat. 1. x a ro L E O X COItrORATI o . D. Meekison to J. F. Brown, lot 27 Springwell addition. $0-10. J. H. Pender, sheriff, to Drown x: Pohlman, lot 5 Brenuan's addition, Sisno. Henrv Wagner to M. Reiser, Jr.. lot 40 Sheffield's addition. 1300. Infirmary Directors to R. K. Scott, lot 3 Dodd's addition, .j00. M'CLURE. R. E. Chroninger, receiver to Wiedemann & Moilett, part lots 2. 13. 21b 14 to 23. ri01. Chas. Moilett to Fred. Wiedemann, part lots 3, 15, 210, 14 to 33, si. JfEWCOURTOASES. Jacob Clady vs. Rob. K. Scott. Quiet title ami equitable relief. MARRIAGE LICKXSK3. Geo. Hoover and Mary Gibson. Napoleon. Barney Taylor and Jessie Prine. Holgate. Win. Berry and Mary J. Ward. Holgate. DITCH HEARINGS. B. Zimmerman, section 23 Ridge ville township, July l?th, at 10 a. m. John Foriuan. July 24th, section 'J, Richfield township, 10 a. n.. R, K.Scott, July 31st, section 20, Flatrock township" 10 a. in. John Westrick, July 2")th, Audit or" olliee 10 a. in. ORDERSDRAWX ON CODNTV. H. F. Honrs, raed. service at Infy 17 SO Wm. Snuise, bbl oil a !'S Fiser Bros , good tor pauper 44 Geo. Vogle, ry fare and pauper ex. . . . 10 L). Wilson, iioods for Infy U H. E. Stockman, ry fare ami pan. ex. 10 40 Melln Dettrai-r, sewing ut Infy s no Jay Smith, fnrm labor at lufy 1(5 00 Bertha lieinke, house worn at Infy... 11 "J." Mena HickstMt, ' ... 11 i.'f Chas. Rostetter, court constable 2 00 H, R. Rohrs, grading lufy yard z .'0 F. C. Fish it Co., .(joods to county lufy 17 27 Chapman .fc Kuiiiti. gjoos tor pauper. 7 A Brewer, Nail & Hoffa, publishing not. S 0:i Mary Rohrs, care of pauper 13 00 J. C. Hilar & Co., interest 2s0 00 " " " " 27 r.o VV. G. Coover. mdsf. for lufy 10 05 D. J. Humphrey, statouery and medi cine 7 4, Epileptic .ospttal, ciothiiui 311 .. Leouhart Bro?., bridjo lumber SI a0 Wabash Ry., fr.iet -".) 00 T. M. Finks, tile and brick 1 l!5 H. E. Lndeman, bridszo approach 3 00 S. C. Saur & Co., interest 70 00 A. S. Foor. asst. snrvey ditch 80."). 3 7fl Oeo. Randolpht " " '' " 1 7 W. S. Fisher. ' " 1 2.' John Vickers, " " " " 3 75 H. B. Killin. 1 25 Everett Roach, " " " " 1 THE BREECHLOADER. IxnproTcuirttfe Iu Gitii Toat Coaduc to l.apldity of Tlris. Let ns cs.uiiine a Ireeihleadcr aad see what improvem n's have Ik. a uiaae which may cciiil-ai e to rapidity i f iir. . We see that in the t ear pattern tliiie motions ware iav.-s.iry to i-jn-a th.i trctth. First the I. .r which is tlx-1 ain -s the base c-t" tin Ll.xk had ti le removed, th. n a half turn lia.l to l' r;iv n to the be k to rc it in its leu, uid th--n it hail to be rail-, d forward. Lastly, it had to be thr..vu l ..ck on i.s lung., so as to it- n t!u g;::i lrom vii l to end. We are s.,..v. u that iu I..ter vat terns the cavity -.-r b-.1 into v. ii.e'u th -ld.k I.ts i. in...', ir. the c r:;n t a .-. l'. ; so tiiat the lr. i r:i i i ek t.- if a:i be tunc d or.; ward without v.:y -.i-i'.::aa.u-y motion .,rw;-.id. In . mil. ry v :!; time i-- i vt rythh-g. aii.i 'i:e m -u of the gr.f.ti- r's !.:!: s aaa atu.s j.;v.-,l is a pi int gaaie.l. h t us !. '.: a-, die chani-m by vchicii the l. coil or b :: kwavd mi v-. uu lit of the p'.h is clu-i 1-a -l at the i..i :.: at of ..rn.r. ili,- mm i.a.i s mto its i raoi. , ami its r toil is ei r.mi raetod by i i:r"i. is which work t.4shuia of th on dinrs. I. tun hack ag. t"rest:ng pi. . in coil - coil sj U pil" :ii iiit-i iiiiu: ::i t:-. ;.r::iKs. !.i. h c c :..l .-priisgs pa-h the pi.i-v. A. a -tii. r in ehai.ism is tile . 1. c- i t ! trie utachia. ry l.-y whi.-h ti.euu is U'h. n ther.e, il lies tak. n pla.- ::red. Wire, airtig which ru::s tii Pctr.e tur so that it v. a tl.oiiuh -.-u a,aiii rent, is pu.-l!. .1 i ut . t p is impov-iUo to th, ... ,a e, a:i, it be loaded, until it has b, tix.-d ia its prop., rp. ,-itii tiout! Ti idv a inou, in i.um a is a . '.eVaoie. :i.i. rial U v. 1. i e wha il lnaehii !o: lit ft was i:.-. e, and y. 'Ill tile si il in the t it is oulj- a if f ir..:t gasp mhi.llc aires. Hard "oy is a sri-f. In i xpi-vin on at rihoehiaya. their lull, or. as j-tui v. lneii has .... ..a,- a, ,. l. ut- liici a:. ss yuns are ch in tiiis case. :a- ?o:i.c to d to lore than a.i ugly their fall str. ::gth. gash ruiiiiiug lii.wu i w.1'0 IS till ol.te! i, of tile jacket, as it is . .liil i the latter has l iok. n cut of its cradle. N certaii:'.')' coin. -s in .-:'. Kan. and aid; ai-y : .TV .l.i,l, i-V iu tl. t. nical slang of gui.a. iy wh- live - ha'.".- to do wxth Woolwich nuaats. Liiaa-Urs,' Journal. The New Craza. Photographer K t. raph, sir? Customer Yes, pi.-aM-. Phi.toi'i-ai.htr In.-ido or outside, sir? Pick Mc L"p. i'ha Cv-cS'ess cf Teck is e.tp-.ct. d to t sioug souieiiow or other on uu annual allowance of ilj.'JOO. THE MAHKJZTS, i'lov isioii .iarlvO: Xa- oleon, 0., ia. i;. .. i)S -'0 e-t IS Apples. 'recu ptroa. Apples, dried per lb. .Uer.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.V.'.'.'. StolO I : u..z tl.i y Lar.l I llliO S t V lel-CL-l . . . XotV.vv,-i- Bean-- p:: b:: Salt, Co.;; ... il jt, , o. -lit. co :.:.n --..r ..1) Salt. Fine Tab. i rcr 1 0-..' it. 3Lilt anil I'D I C.)rrelt-;l I'cei; i try !.;. I1: PiOi.-c-.i -ork Smokve. V.c Saio-ic- .,;v:l-icrs . Sui.iked h.uns Beef. ttOMVqnnru r.. Reei. ii . 1 1 l. -: -a a ::.-:,. , Chicks.-ir- soniia,. Tarkf.ys,iive !:lCi- p. f l-J. C' "aS (tCCS.-. -1c," Vtai calves S iircp, per io.-.u1. Hide-, :;rce:..... Sheep pelts corn iieef i cr : o Orci-stc hiigs our, F' 'oil and Graiti. !y by J . Koilei ci Co. fOorreeted '-vc WheatNo.2,Ked. Rye Corn aer cwi ;),us Bnc'iwite.it Roller's No. 1 doc No. 2 dcur iColler's N; i lion r p. r s.ieU . Rye tlour per k... Hoaited Mei:l per sack Com and oats jhops perc-.vt. Br nd perewt 00 "0 1 P0 1 JO halt per bbl Whitu lime Water liir.e. Kilene i.laster Plaster hair per ba BackwiitMpei sack rCorrectef weeklj by K . II. Vccke Rro. A'heatNo.'.' at Wheat No. M .V Coru per cwt :". RyeandOnts 11A2. Napoleon Mills Oem, per s ick. . Napoleon Mills Geo: , per bbl... Rye Flour per sack Flourpersack.low grade Boalted Meal per sack Bran perewt Oats and corn chop perewt Soreeninjjs.chop perewt: Buckwheat Vlietujad salt perbbl Buckwheat don rpersack -.10 3 00 a0 "0 00 70 50 ;c. 00 35 M. LONG-NECKER, Dealer In all kinds of Buggies, Surreys & Road Wagons tciTOf hitrh rrade and of interest to those contemplating huyini," a ye liicle. All vehicles warrai ted. Come in and see stock and examine prices before you buy elsewhere. Will lie in my store ar McClure every Mor day, Wednesday and Saturday of vach week. " n'J-tf 7 i t riin f Doable tbe Size of Any Other Sc'aool in this -eeti..n : I'mtv-livc pliiccl in t ! in thepa-t Sim- w.-kst 1 in tie- past u years. If business m -n have il,-i.e.t tne Tri-state is the best, it must be the best. Thev have so decided, as they en; pi"V almost invariably Tri-Stute students. S- vacation; Can enter nnv time, MELCHIOR BROTHERS, dec TOL'iDJ, OHIO. SPENGLER BROS. & CO., Headiiuarters for tveryt hing to be found in a i Grocery Yel'cw Pcai Lcs 10c per can. lUc Corn at 7c per can, Four Cans for 2-3 cents. C."'"T.-y the Tri (iuld Medal Flour made from Spring Wheat. j. tmr P.oiluce market IJiilU'r, to i cents. r'y r-v- yT tC-- -'s, i'' -M. if, n. rf- All Our Customers Get -jib Style and Quality. It matters not vhat month in the year you wish to buy clothing, you will find our prices, considering qualities, al ways the lowest. .Henrv Yeny "U-eet. Xnpolcou, Headquarters for Ready-Made Clothing, Merchant Tailoring, Hats, Caps and Gent's Furnish ing Goods. St .September 15, 16, One of the LARGEST Exhibitions Ever Given in Northwest ern Ohio, HOKSii HACllTGf EEFul DAY ! EXCITING BICYCLE RACES! lira ml LxhiUUiiu of Stork nnd rrcJucts of the Farm uud Shop. New Dining- Hall for the Accomodation oi the Patrons of the Fair. Prwre Ycur "PTTThTTS 1T0W Write to the Secretary for a Premium List. J. L. Halteh, Sec. Notice to Non-Residnet Land Owners, et. al. To all lot and land owners, and mu nicipal and private corporations, that will be affected or benefited by the ditch improvement herein designated. Auditor's Office. Henry Covxty, 1 M.vi-oLiioN. 0., July t, WW. ) In the Matter af County Ditch Im provement No Petitions d for by Robert K. Scott. NOTICE TO 1MHE3IBENT USD OWNERS ET. AL Ti ' Barbara Xis.-lnvitz heirs et al. A 'OC ANT EACH OL-' Vol" A1IE IIEUKKY 1 iMtiile.l, that eii the 2nd .lav .-f Julv. A. D.. 1-;ii'i, l;..bert K. Scott and others Hied a .petition with the Auditor of -uid -.uinly. the -ubstanee of whi'-h said p.-tii i-oi is. thatthei -ii-ts a no--. it fertile I iti-n and oii-t:-'i.-tion of a dif'-li. and said p--ti-tciiei-s pray for the makina' of .su.-h im proveiueiit on tho foiiowiui; r- 'iite ami tcr iiiiiii to-wit: t'omil:elieil:e about :e feet e-lst cad al-ollt feat ,ol!tll eftlle southwest .-.rllef ef s..,-- tioii No. -j-.i town 1 north rani;.' c east. Ileni-y i .... i Hii". in the cha unci - -f I '-aintv oit--li .No. '-,".".. theie-e rillltlhl8 east il! t ho ehal !;ei -( SI id llt-il iieellt JO.:! 4 feet, thellee north hi said dit'-ll abollt IT'iil feet. tll.-ll'-C llOl'tll until it ill- t i 1: i o.iiitvditch N". ;i'.i.i, then a-t in th-. eh.-.nn.'l of said iliti-h No. a-..::, until it iu t ..rse.-ts L'o. dit.-li N... i;:rj. and. there to termi- Hote. Tlutt s:ii'l I'.'titioii is pov pending, ui-l that sc M o-n bnu's have ben daiv and I, iraliy 1 1 l i . ' 1 1 1 : 1 1 111.' Il.-ar-l of (.'oinnOs-ioiui-s Ims b. .-!, l.r.-euled with a eopv of-aid pi-liti"!l ,- l-'-inil-.-i bV laW. tliel-ei-V ! 1 .t if V i II IT t lie 1 1 1 . fthe Mint ef the same, and that a- -;e-h Audit- "f wild county, the ua'lei--i-ned ha.- lixed the lltst day of July. A. 1.. 1S!W, at 10 o'clock a. in., at tlie starting point of said pi-opo-.nl im pr. n cnieiit in se.-ti. ,t iii. of Flati'i -k township, Henrv County, I diio, when and where the Coii-.uiissioiie;-s of said county will meet for the hearinir of said petition, and for the pur post, of liearini; auv and nil proof oiTeivd by any of the parties cdtec-ted by said ditch im- Store! correct.-.! weekly Ivzz, U 1-2 cents -.p j"u in" rfv -" r"- j.. P 51 l I 17 and 18, 1896.... H. C. GKOSCIINER, Pres. pr.iveiiiotit. whether the :-ai'l dit.-h will be e.m.liioivo to the piil.Ii.- health, eonvenienco end welfar". and whether the rente describ ed is the 1.--S-, r-aiio. and any ami all objec tions to H.id pr"i-o.-i"l dit'-h improvemeiit.l Auy ai-l'ii 'i'.ti1 :ii f-. conipeiisiLtion or dam atre er f. ir any ehanirc of roe.te mast bo in writing ami llled u'ilh the Commissioners en il- befel e tile daj" set f r heurint,'. o further n.itice of any proceedings in this naitter will be h'iven. J. II. UESII, Auditor of Henry County Ohio. Dr. Frederick . Meagley, Natioual Cniou Building, Toledo, Ohio. I'houe 151S. trrracticc omitcd to Diseases ot the Rectum. Established 1S65. CHASE'S BARLEY MALT WHI5KY. Absolutely Pure Rl-XOMSloXOED AXD S IIORSKD IJV T1IS LEADING riivsiciA.vs & Chemists as thi-; f ink st STIMU LANT AND TOXIC FOR MEDICINAL & FAMILY usi;. FOR MALARIA, DYS PEPSIA and WEAK LL'NCiS IT is CXKOUALICD For. Sals By EfT"jers & Son. sole uireiits for Napo leon. 1 vr IJullali) Hill's Wild West Show, Toledo, .Inly -, ISiHi. For t!b 11 si.. n the V.'ubasli will sell !'.-.. lid trip li-'io-ls t" Toiedo f,..- uie alel etie tit'iil ;a;e--l.i-'. Ticket- limited b- July :-;tn f- i- r.-t:ini. C. M. lUtYANT. jiiiyjd-it Aueiit. SSIOO. "Ve employ experienced a'etits en a salary of utTSluu per month : oth ers at Si'.::. Write quick ly, l'ruiTAN rciiUSH ino Company. 30Li-oom!leld Street, l'.ostoii. Muss, 2i S (a- tt' Fain -. 0 't -'.": $100