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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, O., JUNE 3, 1897.
TEE LATEST GOSSIP FROM. I . - BQRiNG SETTLEHEITS ITEMS FROM SPECIAL CORRES PONDENTS OP THE DEMO CRATIC NORTHWEST. Collection Tlmt Telia all the Lat est Movement Among tbe People of the Many En terprising Town's in This County. . : NEW BAVAUIA. V V; Nkw Bavaria, Jcsb 2nd. "Peter Hornnnir made a business tiip to Toledo last Friday. Many oT the farmer were kept busy the last few nights in keeping up Are In their orchards and vineyards to save the crop from freezing. Alpons and Agnes Preisendorfer of Defiance were ,vj8lting their uncle John Wilhelin last Sunday. George Gores of Leipsio spent Sun ' day with Joseph Elzhinger. Frank Laubenthal drove to Otta wa last Sunday to epend the day with friends and relatives, i v On Tuesday, June 2nd, John JJer- linger and Lizzie Steffes, were united In marriage In the Catholio churn Mrs. Martin Shondel has been quite ill for a few days. Mrs Joseph Mangus was at Grand Rapids Saturday and Sunday to dec orate the grave of her mother. J. F. Kinstle was in Napoleon Sa turday on business. P.iilin Burill is not vet able to be K out. The Pleasant Oil Company will have a meeting Saturday evening to determine whether they will drill another well this summer. Henry Mangas and Levina Lini pach were married this morning in .. the Catholio church from where they i went to the home of the bride's tarnts. where they will take the wedding dinner with their many friends. . A number of the Pleasant town " ship people received some unpleasant j invitations from the Tax Inquistor. George Showman was in Toledo last Sunday. Some of the farmers have com menced hauling gravel.' Let each man do his share then we will soon have our roads graveled, Jim. D. Ljupton, the picture maker. ELM WOOD. .' Elmwood, May 81st. J. H. and C. S...Nofzinger were at Napoleon Thursday on business, : C. Lantz and wife left for Wood burn, Ind.r Friday, where they will spend several days with, friends and relatives. R,Xoder,apl,,niff, o Archbold, were in this vicinity Sunday. Peter Burkholder and Jno. J. Nof- zlnger spent the past . week with friends in Putnam'county. Ji C. Lantz was at Defiance Monday on business. Henry Sohulty, of Hanoyer, spent Sunday here with friends. , Miss Katie Buehrer was at Arch bold Saturday. Ernest Sohumacher, a young man of this place, while at work on a barn . near Hamler fell from the roof last Wednesday and was seriously injured, the lo"wer limbs being paralized, and recovery is, doubtful. Win. Gigax, of Archbold, attended the singing olass here Sunday even ing. . X. S". z. Lupton, the picture maker. HAMLER. Ramlrr, June 1st. Mrs. TenEyck spent a few days with friends in Toledo last week. Chas. H. Coe attended commence ment exercises at Napoleon Thurs day. . F. HayB, of Napoleon, is home for a few days. ' , W. S. Barbite, B. H. White and E. E. Gardner drove to Leipsio Monday evening, , ' Mr. Carbear and family, of Auburn, Ind., are visiting H. L. Dunkle and wife this week. - . W. S. Barhite and wife spent Sun day in Deshler. Mesdames Gardner and Dickerhoof drove to Columbus Grove Monday. r ' Mrs. A. C. Hays and daughter Mag gie drove to Leipsio Saturday. ' Miss Bell Quinn, of North Balti more, came last week and has taken - Miss Anna Rice's place in vthe post offloe. i ' . Mr. Ostrander has just received a large stock of finebhoes. The goods .came from Toledo and nearly all new and of the latest styles. The stock was bought for 50o on the dollar and ihef propose to slaughter prices un til the stock is gone. : " Will Russell and George Dickerhoof attended commencement exercises at Deshler Friday evening. - Miss Rose Drummond has been home for a few days this .weekv 1 -i I ' , Mr. Beard Jiving south of town 'brought a load of corn to town 1 last Thursday and when he started home one of his horses was taken sick and ' almost before the harness could be removed it died. i We are verry sorry to loose Mr. Lin doerfer and wife,, who go to Sandus - ky-City this week, where they will make their future home. Their many friends wish them success in their new . home. ; v ' . : .. .' -. , "Oh, how cheap and stylish they are made, and snob aood materials," are the compliments passsed on our ready made ana. styiisn. suits. uonie and see them. -tf - Herb? Mkxfr. HYSTERICS. WOMEN SHOULD UNDERSTANOTHIS ' NERVOUS DERANGEMENT. A Symptom of Something: For Xoro 8-rv wi Mil. Barrla, pf Beaver Springs tie la tea Her Experience. The spasm at top Of wind-pipe, or in bronchial tabes, the " ball rising in th throat, " violent beating of the heart, laughing and crying by turns; bv cular spasms; throw ing the arms nboat, etc., tell el a derangement of the female syg' tern. Any female complaint may produce . hys terics, which must be re garded as a symptom only. The cause.whit- ever it may be. yields quickly r"y toLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. I t acts at once upon the organ affected, and the nerve centers ; re moves the cause, and dispels effectually the symptoms. Mrs. Harris relates her experience for the benefit of others. : . : . "I had been sick with ulceration of the womb, causing all kinds of dis agreeable experiences, such as irrita bility, sleeplessness, faintness, and at imes hysterica. My physician said it was the worst case he ever had. My back ached, leucorrhoea very profuse, and I had a severe bearing-down pain. The physicians thought I should never recover, and as the last remedy, they procured your Vegetable Compound. I had not taken more than one-fourth of a bottle, before I was more com fortable. I continued its use, also the Sanative Wash, and Liver Pills. After using four bottles, I was able to be out, and do almost all my work. I think the Vegetable Compound is the only medicine that will cure female complaints, and it will reach the worst cases in a very short time. I know it saved my life." Mbs. M. Babbis, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. All drug gists. -. . : . . , .. KIDGEVJLLirCOItNEltS. RiDOEViLLBCpRS., May 31th An ice cream,, social came off at Rowe's hali on last Saturday evening under tbe auspices of the King's daughters, assisted ey ths W. F. M, Society. There was a large turnout and the receipts which were liberal go toward repairs on the M. E, church. The Cong, society are rebuilding the oupalo of' their church, a very much needed improvement. Our Cornet band took part in the Memorial exercises at Eyansport on Saturday. , , Rev, E. S, Dunham, .of Delaware pcounty, Ohio, Conference Evangelist, has been holding a three days' service at the M. E. church. Mrs. Myrta Galman, of Pettisville, has been spending the past week at the paternal homestead here. Miss Sadie Willemttn has returned irom a two weeks' visit with" her sis ter, Mrs. Jno. Wilson, nettr Grand Rapids. , Af ; Memorial Payiiwaa obs v&ted ' here on Monday in a very appropriat manner. .The annual addlM$by Rev, A. C. Thomas' Vasvery impressive and was enthusiastically.received by comrades and.citlzps generally. large crowd was fail attendance and and everything passed off .without jar. a numner ot comrades were present from Florida. W. A. Rowan, of Napoleon, brought his kit of tools to this village Monday to open up his prospective shoe shop, He is located in a room over Bailey & Hover's repair shop. We now have two barber shops this village, a new one having been recently opened in 'the rear" of Se- christ's grocery. Hascall Hurd, of Colton, and his father, S. C. Hurd, spent Memorial Day here. 1 Veritas. HOXSIE'S CROUP CURE the great homeopathic remedy for inflamed tonsils, congested larynx, or ulcerated throat. This speoino has direct action an the glands, tissues and blood vessels of the throat and is a wonderful preventive of Diohtheria. Prioe 60 oents at druggists or by man, a. r. juunalo, JN. Mfr. ' . PIVECOKNEKS. ' Five Cornebs, June 1st. Chas. Buohele and Chas. Fisher at tended the ice cream Booial at Ridge ville CorneYs Saturday night. Harry Krause. of Napoleon, is in this vicinity. v , ; . - Henry Sohulty and others spent Sunday in the vicinity of Elmwood, W. E. Goon and Chas. Gilspn took in the sights at Toledo Sunday. M. E. Nofzinger will close bis term of school in the Gilson district with an entertainment on Saturday night. June 12th. Everybody , come and have a good time. . ' A. B. i Lupton, the picture maker. . - MAPLE GKOVE. Maple Grove, May 81st Farmers are almost through plant ing corn. ' . . , There was quite a heavy frost Sun day night, it froze potatoes and corn. David Fowley and . family visited with. Charley Smith Sunday. , Ed. Reed, Tom Phllpot, Harve Hig gins, John Miller, - Adam Friend and others attended tho Scott ditch sale at.Napoleon Saturday. There , was preaching at Maple Grpve school house Sunday afternoon X ' I V,;I 6 JxV I K St " I J ' J by Rev. Buzzard, of Grelton, trad af ter chnrch they reorganized the Sun day school and elected the following officers: Supt., Tom Pbilpot; in t.. Frank Vanaman;seo., Jennie weecoi; asst., Mrs. Clara Downara; ireas., y. Fast; choristor, Mr. Sheely -.librarians, Minnie Friend and Daisy Boweruian. Silverite. ; ELEltT. Elkrt, 0., June 1st Daniel Conn is improving his resi dence with new lath and plaster. G. W. Ostrander and family called on Sidney Stevens and family at Ma- linta last Sunday. Mr. Mohler and son Ray called on friends at this place last Tuesday. Ralph Stevens, of Weston, wa9 the guest of Mrs. Vanhorn and family last Sunday. J. Mitchell, of Toledo, made a busi ness trip to this place last Tuesday. May Ward, of Temple, Mich., is the guest of Mr. Hipp's family. . Whippoorwill. DESlILElt. Deshler, June 1st. Mre. T. J. Edwards, of I indlay, was over to commencement and remained over Son- day., : ' , Mrs. J. E. Weimer and eialer, Mirs Hettie Moudwiler, of Hoyteville.-aitended eom- mencemfnt. Miss Orpba Arnold, of Colambns Grove, was in town Friday. II. A. Jones, of Toledo, attended com mencement and returned home Saturday Mips Dora McQniction was the gneet of Mis Fanny Downham Saturday. Mrs. Cora Snyder, of Garrett, Ind., is the goect of her mother, M rs. Fearsoll. Mis J Violet Bonham, our primary teaoher, departed for her homo in Findlay Saturday. Her many friends regret her goins since see will cot be here next year, having secur ed g school at Weston. She was always the life of every crowd she was in, and her ab sence will be felt very much by all. Mrs. Beardsley, of Ottawa, attended com mencement. F. and Mrs. Roigle, ,of Hoytsville, were ovr here Friday evening. MiBsSchnnettBaer, of Toledo, formerly of the elaf s of '92, attended commencement. While here ebe was a enest at Hotel Wayne. Mabelle Elder,, of Tiffin, came homo to commencement. - The Memorial address by Rev. E. C. L. Barlow Sandfly morning was splendid. Will Young, wife nnd son Artbnr, left Sat urday morning for a week's visit at Wool cottville, lad. - Clate Smith, who has been helping the Flag daring the editor's absence, expects to return to his home in Benton Harbor, Mich. this week. Though he has been with nsonly a tew weeks be has made a host of friend?, and will be greatly missed by them. The M. E. Sunday school will have child ren's day exercises one week from next San dav. Great preparations are being made. Mrs. L. Banghman and son Kline spent Saturday and Sunday at Belmore. F. and Mrs. Dennis, of Leipsic, spent Son day with Lee Davis and wife. Mrs. E. L. Long is visiting at Weston this week.:- .-: -"-' j Miss Gertie Bortel, of Weston, attended commencement. When Phil Peacock passed the cigars Mon- day; he said it wasa girl. Guess the east side U keeping np any way. A. B. Bmith was at Findlay Monday night. Quito a nnmber from town were over to MoComb Monday attending Decoration. I Mr 8. Ed. Carr, of Bowling Green, who has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Fox, the past week, returned to her home Tuesday. Quite a crowd of Masons attended lodge at Leipsio Monday evening. Johnnie Michail was at Ottawa Saturday. Don't forget the old maids' convention. No date decided npon yet, sinoe commence ment hendered its progress some. ' , Why, what do you think! we had the fun niest Decoration day, 'cause it didn't rain, only a little bit. " We've been having some very . interesting ball games lately at the fair ground. Its a wonder though that the bovs couldn't get albeg with six days in the week, and reepeot the Sabbath enough to omit this pleasure on the seventh. It should not be showed. '.The address by Prof. James Canfield, of the Ohio University, at commencement Fri day evening was without a doubt one of the finest ever delivered in Desher. We con gratulate the olass of '97 upon their success in securing snob an excellent speaker. Suite Nesse. Did You Ever Try Eleotrio Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not,' get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all Female Complaints, exerting a won derful direct influence in civiner strength and tone to the organs. If you have Loss of Appetite, Constipa tion, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Neryous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy or troubled with. Dizzy Spells, Electrio Bitters is tbe medi cine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by its use. Fifty cents and $1.00 at D. J. Humphrey's Drug Store. - . TEXAS. Texas, May 81st. Miss Jennie Gallagher has returned to Colton after several days stay with Mrs. W. Carr. Drs. D. E. and H. P. Haajr, of Liberty Center, have been in town several times late ly on professional business. The little son of Frank Connolly has been quite sick with lung fever, but is reoover ing. , Quite a nnmber of Texas people attended Memorial exeroises at Colton Saturday. Dr. H. P. Haag and wife were in town Tuesday. ANDY NCU RE CQIliTIIOTIOH 25 3CT "HStII: t''w DRUGGISTS iBSOLUTELYGUARAllTEED g ZZZK.XZX1. pie sad booklet free. id. 8TKIIMKO RRHEDT CO.. Chlnco. Hoatnal. CM..orNewTork. in I Fred Foots and Qaj Matthews, of Libert j ' Center, were in town last Thursday. I Mrs. George Dnrbin has jast recovered l. . ;i;t;. MUer tnJ w H chlunpjoa mtni ,0 Bowling Qre(ll g,,,,. . Bet. Trotnbo wassbMot from his regolar appointment on 8nnday. Prayer meeting every Eonday eveoinSi S. O. Miller, le-der. Mrs. J. W.Gallagher and sod Fred were (n town Friday. Miss Cora Ginder spent Saturday and Snnday witb her acn' st Colton. B L'CKETE. Lupton, the picture makers OAK DALE. . Oaedalb, June 1st Road scrapin'g was in ordur last week; the roads are in gocd shspe at present Corn is np, but it is all gold standard corn, or it has the chills. , W. H. Waltman had quite a time with his rats last week: he killed about one hundred and fifty of the pests. MifS Mary Freman closed her eohool with a g.-and entertainment Thursday even ing. Preparations are being made for Child ren's Day at Oak Dale. We have before us a small bundle of four Nobthwest's vok G, June 30th, 1S58 to July 21st, 1858. Who has earlier dates. Also another paper printed in Mans field, O.. by Willsone fc Co., July 4th, 1847. Two men from Sandusky City drove a herd of about 75 head Of cattle past O.ik Dale. Thursduyi that they gathered up in the sonthern part of Henry county. Captain John Mathis of Belmore is not expected to live. Solid Silveb. 1IOLGATE. - Holoate, June 2nd. Court Sliuinaa has returned homo from a visit in the we--t. L. Eerstetter and wife spent Saturday in Florida. Welta Mngill wheeled over fromNapokon Sunday afternoon. John Tippin and son Fre.l, of Texas, were the gneets of L. Kerf tetter Monday, Frank Bear was a guest of hU father at Auburn. Ind , a few days astweek. Lon Heater, of Grelton, called on friends here Sunday. - rlr. and Mrs. Charles Grino spent Sunday in Florida. The boys that were at the Deshler dance report ita bummy one. Mr. Philips Hoffman and family, ot Pleasant Bend, visited with his sister Mrs. Jaoob Yt iter Thursday. The Misses Baihite and Dickerhoff, of Hamler, called on Miss Lizzio Bear Mon day. Rev. G. A. Parks are rejoicing over a ten pound boy which arrived at their home Saturday. MnyShuman returned home from Defi anoe Tuetday. Tbix. KI2J DE it V1LLK. Kindervillk, June 1st. Bent Kinder has gone into the silk busi ness. .. Jaek Andrix, of West Hope, was in this place bunuay. .-; ' Karl SiderB was in MoClure Saturday on tinainc.a. i . , Ed. Hsya spent last weekwith . his parent near ueitH. j : , i . Adam Dei trick, of Malinta, was in this place xnursaay.. ' Wm. Roberts and family left 'for a few weeks visit with relatives in Delaware ooun ty. Bill MoDonald, of West Hope, was in this place Tuesday. , t Charlie Dodson called on'old friends here Tuesday. Bad Smith, of Snidertown, was in this piaoB bunaay. While out driving Sunday John Farrison' team became frightened and resulted in smashed buggy. In the afternoon he went after the buggy with a trnok wagon and his team ran away again. v Rone and Tens Siders called on Abe Kin der and family Sunday. ' KlNDKRVILLE BEAUTY. It AN DA LL HILL. Raxdall Hill, J une 2nd. G. J. Hoy called on S. Snyder Sunday af ternoon. On Friday eveninff last. Mr. Osbnm Pack lin was attacked with a stroke of paralysis ana nis condition nns grown worse. At this writing he has not recovered consciousness Ray Foor, of Toledo and C. Lasky and wife, of Grand Rapids visited with relatives at this place Sunday. G. W. Tiibbs. of Deshler, , spent Monday with R. Pulaski. Jess Bowers and wife, of Fremont, spent Deooration day with their pareuts, M. Shank and wife. The Lyaenm Debating Club' has changed its time of meeting to every other Saturday ADMlinff Thn. 1 . .. 1 ,!.U . I w.u.uv. .hud nuoiunuiiK wjiii me urange. - The Fnworth Leairne. owinff tfinnnmmiu ed cireumstanoes, is making a slow, yet sure uegiumng. Memorial exeroises took place her Mon- aay. uur ohnroh would not hold th- neoDl of this place and elsewhere who saw fit to ao reverence to the old soldiers. The ad dress delivered in the forenoon by Rev owanK was tar above the ordinary. J. I. Ringeisen will soon denart for An. gols, where he will spend some time in the T. S. N.C. We feel justly proud of the musio rendered by our yonng people at Memorial. The quartet by Messrs. Casteel, Hoy, Snyder and niyine can not oe excelled at 811 times. Little Emerson, WEST HOPE. West Hope, June 2nd . T ' Tl' . 4 wuuTawjaiT: as we don't see any eoinmrnioution from this part of Henry (Innnt. ma. nill 1 - . . uuu"'; wo win pcuuh lew items. We are having n vnrv hnAlrnroi.i4 ,Min. frosts nearly every morning which has done a great desl of damage. The fruit is about all killed corn has been frozen in a great uinuji iiriUB. Onr little village is growing rapidly thi spring, narry Andrix has built a new dwelling house adjoining his store whioh is now ready for plastering. Our other merchant, E. E. Decker, has built an addition to h;s store for a barber shop and (doctor's office, but the doctor we don't know where he is to come from. We are in need of one and it would be a good location. . . v, . Asey Pepnell is lying very low with brights disease and his ehanoes for recovery are doubtful, . Joseph Eden is ronfined fo his bed with that dread .disease, consumption. CATHARTIC M r. Charles Knf ley has been eon toed to I her home tor tlx past thrtr mouths with I siPknesa. Quarterly meetina was Keld at tbe U- B. Chnrch lnt ixlarday and Sand.tr. Memorial trrriem were held lu the Lri more charoa two miles eal of this place Sunday. Iiaae Hnry anfl wife, Madion Herke nd wife went to kVetnD lat Saturday to attend neoorntinn serrioe sna the oiiTeil- ing of the soldier's aionomtLt wlii-'h has I lately been erected. I sux. TCBDSVILLE. TnBBSViLLK. O.. June Sd. Angelina Kez?r of i'anldiuir county it vi-itioff her mother, Mr. Geo. btrubHe. Mmnrial day was observed Motdir at the Ridge charel. The chnrch whs tw-nnti ful'y decorated. Rev. Thomas of Florid and Rev. Albrkht of Wauseoo delivered the addresses. The H-.-nry County Sunday School Con vention will be heU at tha Rida church in 1 reeuotn towuship next r rtday eiremug and Saturday. Mrs. Timothy Th-aoher died Sxtnrday a'ternoon with dmpsy. Funeral services were held luesday at 10 a. m.. Rev. Al bright otQoiating. Friends from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Maton of Ch'catro, Mrs. McNtlly and Mrs. Rawaon of Elyria, Oldo. . Born, l uesday, to Mr. and Mrs. William Clifton, a hnv. James Hoffman is convalescing from an a,FoCukroar oHmal. pox east of Pattis- ville. Napoleon doctors are looking after their. Miss Helen Jones of Defiance visited Geo. Clifton Tuesday. W.C.K. Mr. Ci. A. Stillson.' a merchant of Taiupico, III., writes, August 10th, K'jl. ' "folev'B Kltlnev Uure is meet- nr with wonderful success. It has cured some casesbere that physicians pronounced incurable. I myself am able to testify to its merits. My face to-day is a living picture of health, and Foley's Kidnev Cure has made such. I had suffered twenty-seven vears with the disease, and to-day 1 feel ten years younger than I did one ear atro. 1 can obtain some wonder ful certificates of its medical qualities." C. F. Clay, Kapoleon, Uuio. , lui Tb3 Lima Northern Railway. Time Card in Effect May 21, 1897. OOINQ NOETH. No. io. rassongor dally ex. Bun..... 8:00 a m No. 42, " . " " " .... i:05 p m o. u, " 7:26 p m No. 52, Local Fr'u't, dally ex. Sun... 10:60 a m GOING SOUTH. No. 41, Passenger daily ex, Sun... 8:06 pm No. 43, " " " " . sioo p m No.45, " "" " " .... 7:lt)a m No. S3, Local Fr'gt, '"- " 12:30 p m J"On Sundays one train will he run each way, i assiiiK through Nupoleon goniK north ai u.zb a. in., aim returmui; at u:iu p, ni. THE MARKETS. Provision Market. ' Napoleon O June 3. 1897. Apples, irreeu perbu . . Apples, dried per lb Beeswax 16(318 Butter 10 to 8 Eggs per doz.,.. 10 lljuey Lard , 10 12 6 Onions per bushel , 2 00 f dittoes, k 20 Beans per ba 100 Salt, Coarse Rock, per bbl..... 1 60 Halt, common tier bbl 1 00 Salt. Fine i'abltper saok S,1025 Meat and Poultrv Market. I Corrected weekH bvFrankBeok.1 Pickled pork 8 bmokeU bacot 8 Smoked shoulders ; 8 Smoked hams IS Beef, front quarter.... 4 Beef, hind Quarter Styi Chicks, live surinc. f)i Turkeye.live VA Uuoks pi r lb. spring t Geese , 4050 Veal calves 4 Sheep, per head 2 00S 00 Hides, green A Sheep pelts. ...V...... 253Ji uornbeef per lb - e Dressediiogs i Flour, Feed and Grain. I Corrected weekly by J . Kollei & Co. WhestNo.2,Ked 72 Rye i. :! 80 Corn per owt...' i 80 imts ii Buokwheat... ' 80 Roller's No. lflourpersack. ' 125 No. Zflcur... 1 IP Koller'sNo. 8flonrpersaok 75 Kve flour Dersack Boalted Meal per sack; , 15 Corn and oats ahope per owt 60 Br-ndnercwt 60 Salt per bbl C5r5 White lime ba Water lime 100 Kalsene plaster 2 00 Plaster hair per bu . . 25 Buokwheat pet sack f Corrected weeklj by U . H.Vocke &Bro.l WheatNo.2, old Wheat No. 8 Corn per owt Kye and Uats Napoleon Mills Gem, per sack.. Napoleon Mills uem, per DDI... RyeFlonr per sack Flonrpernack.low grade Boalted Meal per sack Bran perowt Oatsandooru chop perewt......! Screenings, ohop perewt: Buckwheat Michigan salt per bbl Buokwheat Son roe rsaok MARKET REPORTS. Grain and Stock Quotations For Jane 1, New York, Beef Family. $0 00 10 50; extra mess, $7 504i8 00; packed, 8 50JfO 00. Cut meats Pickled bellies. KtSMic; picaiea snouiucrs, 5415: nlckled hams, QWWS. Lard- western steam, sj ok. -um iucbs, $8 60fa9 80. Butter WCBtern aairy, Kfliuc; creamery, 14'Jlc; do factoroy, 812c. Cheese State lnrire. 06512; small, 012Wc; port skims, BCiiiie:. full skims, xumac. niggs-iate and Pennsylvania, IOQIOVjc; western fresh, OlglOc. When T71!fC. uorn wo. ajr-vtK. Oats-aiMiC. Fittubnrg. Cattle-Prime cattle, $5 10Q3 25; good, (4 70(ii4 00; tidy butcuers', ?4 40a4 65; rair, $4 15414 80; gooa neuers, J uwa aa; oxen, ?J wt& lu; nuns, biubs uuu onu. f 2 OikS a 75. Hoirs t'nme meanim weigars, eo van 'i Torkers and pigs, $!1 65; common to fair Yorkers, $8 KXy.3 60 j heavy,- 3 oojti ot; rouzhs. S2 lal 00. Sheep and Lambs isneep, cnoice, iotas 4 20: nood. 4 0Wi4 00; fair, S3 BWsCH 80 ; common, $2 708 30; choice yearlings, $5 00 5 15; common to gooa, 4 WK&4 io; spring lambs, ?5 00&0 00. - Calves-vesl calves, su wsto ou. Chicago. Hogs-Light, $3 453 65; mixed, 47 63 63; heavy, $3 30(&3 62; rough, 3 30 3 40. Cattle Beeves, 4 007,5 10; cows ana beifers, 'i 004 45; Texas steers, $3 15 4 85; stockers and feeders, i 4osi4 Bhcen Steady to strong. v Wheat-714o. . Corn-2ao. Oats-17Hc. Ry-82c , ' BuSlslo. Cattle None on sale. , Sheep and Lambs Lambs, choice, $5 30 nf, 40: sheen. S3 60. Hogs sersers, 93 iu; pigs, so toiaa so; medium and heavy, 3 eo. fililif Calvtt-veali, .15 00; tops, ss 75, "A little mc thai a year ajo, ay hair began turning gray, sod falling oat, and although I tried ever so many things to prevent a continuance of thetc condition, I obtained no satiefsction until I tried Ayert Hair Vigor. After utlng one bottle, my hair was restored to .WWWF. looks." . Nothing sets the seal of age upon a woman's beauty bo doeply, as gray hair. The hair loses its colon generally from lack of nutrition. If you nourish the hair, the original color will come back. That is the way that the normal color of tho hair is Testored y Ayer's Hair Vigor. This testimonial will be found In hundred otnsrs. Free. Address J. C. .SEEN THE LATEST .THLSQ OUT T 1116 Llltl3 GMUt GuSOllne BCatCr. THE BEST Small Heating Stove on the market. CALl. AMD SEE THE STQY3 Either at Groechner's , Hardware, store or at my oiop on Perry St., opp. the Fruit store. OTTO A. G UOSCHNEU Sale ol Personal Property. In the M itter of the Dissolution of the Flori da Milling (Jo. ol Florida, Uhlo Case No. 4f,o;i. TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN OltDER OF X the Court of ( omunui Fleas of Henry County, Ohio, we. the undersigned, receivers or the I'lorlaa Milling t.ouipany ol florwa, Ohio, will on tho 12th Day of June, 1807, at 9 o'clock a. m.. of snld day, cell at pnMio auction at the grist mill of taid Company the following ilescriiea iirtules of personal property undo: tho order of euid court, to wit: Mioi'arersacKs, 350 lSnrlnp Hacks, . S5 Cotton Baeks, liioas, so Flour I!arre!f, Aliout 3 tons of Coal Scrceck'gs, 1 Cord-bf Wood, 1 (i running Tick, 2 Corn Baskets, 1 Ijintein, 1 I.ok Chain, 1 Cmu'ltar. ' : 1 Garden Hake. 5 Pounds Hull Twine. 4 Pounds hewing Twine, 8 Pounds Twine Hope, , a Kton Ladders. ' ,l 47 Pounds Plumbago, , v is (iullons Cylinder UU, 1 Wagon Box, 'Mi '""o 1 Canvas Cover, . .. . , 25 Keoond-linnd UraitlBacke, 1 Flour Brush,. ,,, ,,m ,i'jju if 8 Hand Brushes; ' , Jr J " 1 Hale of Waste. .'nil M Mtio 3 ltuiig Ladders, 2 Oil HiiitbIs. And nnnv other articles, the rronerty of saiu Mining uompuny. - J. U. LOWEltY, May 26, iff-2t Ueceivers, DEEIC PAK On tlie Crest of the Alleghenies, To those contemnlatinir a trinto the moun tains iu search of health or pleasure. Deer l'ark. on tho crest of the Alleifhany Moun, tains, 8,000 feet above the sea level, offers such varied attractions as adeliahtful at mospnere mmng ootn uay anu night, pure water, smooth, winding roads through the mountains ana valleys, cricket grounds. Ball arounds. Golf links. Tennis courts, and the most nicturosoue scenerv in tha Al e- gfiney range. The hotel is equipped with all adjuncts conducive to the entertuinment, pleasure anu coimort ot guesrs. There are also a number or furnished cot, tapes with facilities for housekeeping. The houses and irrounds are sunn hod with absolutely pure water, piped from the celo- bratod "Boiling Kprln Bolling Spring," and are lighted with electricity. Deer 'ark is on tho main line of the Baltimore and Ohio ) Railroad, and has the advantage, of its splendid Vestibuled Limited express trinrs netween the east and west. Season excureio! 8 tickets, good for ernber. 81. will be return passage until nlaced on sale at ffreatWteduceiPralMt t all principal ticket .offices, throauhuut. the country. 1 . xne season at Deer i tan commences June n, lsin. For fulllnformation aBto ratflsl'6oms,. etc addross D. C. Jones, Manager. , Camden otatlou. Baltimore, Md. may l3-4t Vn i, , Vl j .NOTICE 43 IeiVtliE To Members of the German iFire Insurance Company. TBEfKNNUAL MEETING AND SETTLE mqnt of the German Fire Insurance Company of Henry and Defiance Counties win be neid on Monday, June nth 1B97. lit 1 o clock n. m., at the German School house one mile North of Okolona rth ot (Jko orm. for thA nnnuum oi DieuuiiK uirectors ann oincers tor rno en BUingyear. nmUX 1SUGJEKH, may27-at. . Secretary, CHASE'S BARLEY MALT WHISKY. Absolutely Pure Recommended and en dorsed BY The LEADING Physicians & Chemists AS THE FINEST STIMU' LANT and TONIC FOR MRDlClNAL & FAMILY USE. F6R MALARIA, DYS. PEPSIA and WEAK LUNGS it is unequai,ed JOR SAI,13 ay Eggers & Son, sole agentsforNapo- leon, 1 y M.LONG-NECKER. McCLUBE, O. Dealer In all kinds of r Baggies, Surries, Road Wagons, Harness, Wnlps and Robes, GTOt high grade and of Interest 'to those contemplating buying a vehicle. All vehicles warranted. Come in and see stock and examine prices before you buy elsewhere. Will be in my store at McClure every . Monday, Wednesday and Saturday of each week. n!2-tf Tennessee Centenlal, Nashville, Ten. May 1st to Nov. 1st, '97. The Buckeye Route will sell excursion tickets for the great Southern Exposition at extremely low rates of fare. All trains make connections in Union Depots at Toledo, Col umbus and Cincinnati, saving omnibus transfers. Agents C. H. V. A T. K'y will give you information, furnish pamphlets, time of trains, eto. to oct 15-97. Educate Your Bowels With Casearets. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. lOo.SSo. If QUI. fall, druggists refund money. 14428 fli 4 60 . J 1 11 mfe fcl in fterrv BtMBtTfl ks ':i'3; -' 'fl HT-W Hovf Old arBYca? It makes so difference , whether you answer or ' not. It is dwaya true that 'a woman is as old as she full la Ayer1 "Cnreboot" with a Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. FULL m.OODEn IfECTSTEK ED PElUilKHOX STAL LIONS SAPEUR and GROYER Will make the ponscn. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, on the Geo. ft right place, Lib errv Center: Fridays at Carl Meyers.MDe nien hnrnl Obnlnnn ; Snturdays. at the Halm barn in Napolonn : Mondays and Thursdays nt home. B-Mv blnck Ferehcron horso HIONAItOUE will Btmid orly nt the barn of the owner. HEXUY A. BOH Its. apll6-2ni. owner. EealEstate Agency Willi & GQSCROVE We havelfor sale 1 1 O Acres of land within one mile of ' I . " Doshlor. and as eood as there is in Henry county. , I7Q Acres in Harrison township at abar I y gain, as parties must sell. For Sale or Exchange: rpiXE Yard with No. 1 Machinery all In .l nrst-ciass condition, it win ue It will bear in- vestlgation. Attention Farmers. PEIWOCKS'S NEW HOUSE CONDITION Powders and Chicken Cholera Cure are now ready for the market. These remedies will he sold In connection with Pennock's New Hog Cholera Cure manufactured by Blank, Campbell t Hnnnn, at Napoleon, 0., under DOsitive guarantee to aive satisfaction If used as directed. Price, Condition Powders 2Cc; Chicken Cholera Cure 2M rer naeknere. Give It a trial and you will use no other. Office over the'Backet," Ludeman Block. , : COLLEGE SHORTHAND OR BOOK-KEEPING A young person can not sit at home and ex pect to suoceea. Hundreds of Our Pupils are Successful. They have ventured and have won. If you expect a future you .must prepare. We furnish piaces for young men to earn tneir noaru. MELCHOIR BROS., - TOLEDO, OHIO. . mchli-iyr STEINER'S . iiirtnniirn nnniirnu 3!ry? iMrniiitB mmw, . ' fl M With flnlr nnH sH.Xra. Ash cabinet, oou- ,'f.per lined tanks, 1 Conner cans. S -5 heavy tinned in M 4 side. WUllasta . i0l 'lifetime, viirrnn. Ited not to rust. Manufactured by JACOB STEINER, BL.UFFTON, O. Bond for descriptive circular and prices. , May e-ini A. A. SMITH, McCLURE, O. PRACTICAL, EXPERIENCED, SUCCESSFUL Well Driller, AND DEALER IN WIND MILLS, PUMPS, TANKS, ILL AND PTJMP FIXTURES. WPrompt and careful attention given to. repairing. All work guaranteed satisfactory and the best that can be done, and at the lowest prices for which honest work can be done. CLEVELAND TO BUFFALO ALSO DAILY LIKE BETWEEN CLEVELAND & TOLEDO Via "0. &. B. LINE." , Steamers "City of Buffalo," (new) btate of Ohio" and "State of New York. DAILY TIME TABLE. Sunday included May SO to October 8. Lv. Cleveland, 7 :00 p m I Lv. Bnffolo, 7:30 p w Ar. Buffalo, 7:80 a m Ar. Clevel'd 7:30 A 5 CENTRAL 8TANDAKD TIME. . Take the "p. A B, Line" steamers and en joy a refreshing night's rest when enroute to Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Toronto, New York. Boston, Albany, 1,000 Islands, or any Eastern, or Canadian Point. CHEAP EXCUBSIONS WEEKLY TO NIAOAEA FALL Send 1 cents postage for tourist pamphlet. For further information ask your nearest Coupon Ticket Agent, or address W. P. Herman, T.F. Newman, Gen'l PassAgt. Genl Manager.. Cleveland, Ohio, ; Suocesgful advertisers use rtemingion' ' County Seat Lists. They include the best towns and best papers. We can recom mend them highly. Send to Remintrf" Brother. Sw York, for copy. ; $2.50 L !1ajMrlWi.'(