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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST NAPOLE0N.O. JUNE 3, 1807.
D. C. W. Mivra. DB. EDWABDS & D3. MABVIli i u Office in Hyatt block, over JMilert Grocery btore, opp. Cuurt House FIXPLAY, OHIO. Crown & BrlJgsTork a Specialty. O.Uce Hours:- to W a. m.. 1 to p. m.. and !l to 9 nt niulit. -DR. COWARDS will be in Napoleon EVERY FRIDAY over HmlJIa PonHous Citfwry store, be tween the erml nml river. prepared to Uo all operation in Dontit-try. miiyJO Lupton, the picture maker. Seth Curtis is remodeling the front cf his business room. Cut price on fancy ribhons. SnoKMAKKR Bros. The Turkey-foot Club were flown to the Rapids last week on a fibbing trip. Cliaa. Sickle? and Fred. 8tevensnn, of Adrian, Mich., were guests of Na poleon friends Sunday. Go and examinn the Moliene Corn Planter and Cultivators, the bett in the world, at H. C. Groschner's. 4t An excursion train from Lima to Detroit wnt through Napoleon Mon day with fourteen coaches. Miss Olyve Hales of Jewell at tended commencement exercises here last Thursday evening. For a pood, clean shave or Lair out try Chas. Shoemaker. Shop iu the Alhauibra building, under Raid I e baugh's restaurant, tf Mrs. E. L. Putt, daughter LibWe and son Carlie, visited in Defiance over Sunday, the guests of her sister, Mrs. Ettie Lewis. Have you seen those elejrant cold watches that Fisk & Co., jewelers, are selling so eheap? Call and see them. In Fink's grocery store, one door south of post-offlce. tf The new sand sucker of Messrs. Hanna and Samse is a complete suc cess and the way it pulls sand up from the river bottom is a wonder. On account of the Lima raoe meet ing, at Lima, O., June 15. 10, 17 and 18," the Lima Northern will sell excur sion tickets nt rate of one fare for round trip, tickets good returning un til the 19th inolusive. F. Lasnbn. T- Ag't. Now is the time to buy BICYCLE SHOES. We have them from 98cto.tf.25. SHOE FITTERS. WM.T.BfNZLEY, Dentin Rooms over Geo. Hnhn's ulothittff store, H03EY TO LOAN At 6 and 7 ier cent T. A. CON WAV, Napoleon, Ohio. KOKEY TO LOAN At 0 and 7 Percent. M. KNUPP, Napoleon, Ohio. MEY.TO L0ANca8tnt6.,anw1th7tphce privilege of paying back any amount at any time. of. J. It. LINTHICUir, Napoleon, 0. "MONEY. .TO LOAN t B and 0 par cent. Interest with privilpKe of (artltil payments and interest stopped on .-amounts paid. No Life Insurance HeauireU. P. D. PEINTI3, Napoleon. Ohio. SIX VER CENT. LOANS. We are prepared to make at once anvfirst class loan tendered on Hen ry county real estate at 6 per cent., interest, time and payments to suit borrower, in sums of $500 and up wards. Application to be made through D. Meekison, of Napoleon, "Ohio, our authorized agent. Thh Mutual Lipk Associasion. vS 1,000 EN COLD Will bo paid by the, t proprietors of Kidnol to any pbys'clan, chcralat jjor oilier person who will produce or discover n jbottor Compound than Elduol. It la trio tintt'Bt BcientJfic IMarovorj, anil ban MmmcdCnto usarveloua oZfect, Tho on-' dorscment of thousands who hiivo been cured by I Hldnol, ufter failure by oil otlior method, prove kthatltlatbeoD'y Compound In tho world that J wXoctiuilJy restore thox!innKtca fp tnnl Orano and IScrvom rtj-ntoia to gtlirir natural normnlcourtitloii, curing Emissions, Pruina, Iuipoteney, Vorleocelo, En Slurged Prostate, and all Kidney and Bladder TIh feeitst), Midi a frequent, pttiutul, drlbbltutf, hrn Jlnit or illlllcult urinations. Albumin, Hwar, Mu cU9, Blood and other deposits and dliclinrs ee. I It rviiivs h Hvxntil I.il In botli x-. aiiil builda ii t Dip nervf anil brnln titi- ih, Klilnol will positively counteract the uarmiui euecinoi -moufvu aim jil-uuui. wuhuj in nut no In clll form euffur coated. Onpack iHanlll prove lta elllcaey. BIX packages guurJ anted to cure the wort oases or money rof uud ed. PrlceperpnoliBKe6Uot.; nix packages, 12-uU For Bale at druiz storm, or sent prepaid on receipt of prlCO. BKX. SKIIIl'iUf I "., itobio." Dr. W. H. Edwabm. P8LKEH 1 lESIHEfl WITH THE OPENING OF JUNE SALES OLD ONES THAT Dress Goods; Tour money never bought such values in the, whole annals of trade. 89o for 75o Black Mohairs, Plain or Brocaded, Black Eng lish Jacquards, Black Serges, &o 800 GOo for fl.60 Novelty Silks, Plain and Brocad- , ed, also Taffeta Silk, &o BOo 15o for 25o Organdies, Lappetts & Etamines, Eto.,.....v....;.;............... 15o 8 o for 15a Dimities in Choice Styles and Col-; orings.....................""". fy 8o Co for 100 Bcotch lawns and Madras .'. 6o hJ ..FRESH M. ..FRUITS -AND- VEGETABLES ALWAYS ON HAND ,.,at.. BRADLEY'S Dr. Marker was id Cleveland sev eral days last week. R B. Heller has been list for the past week. the sick H. C. Groschner ha the Gihb, Imperial and Oliver steel plows. 4t Mrs. Robt Le of Toledo was the guest of Napoleon friends last week. Henrv Bostlenmn of near Holpato was in the city on business Monday. Henry Qoirefy Directory at Lnp ton's photograph gallery free. 2t T. J. Hretz and wife, of .Tlichfield township, were in the city Tuesday. A cement made from sand mixed in white lead paint will stop leaks in roofs. H. C. Groschner Is the plaoe for your tin and slate rooting; he keep, tho best material. my C 4m Geo. H. Tyler spent a few days of the past week in Napoleon returning to Indianapolis yesterday. ' Solid Rold rinat at Fisk & Co's, jew elers, in Fisk'3 pronery store, one door south of post-ofllce. tf -s Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hancock were in Toledo Sunday with their son-in-law who is lying quite ill. Men's summer underwear, at the lowest prices at Shoemaker Bros. Misses Ola and Gertrude Gorman, of Delianoe, are the guests of Napo leon friends this week. How trne it is that many people would be.) more truthful but for the un?ont; olluble desire to talk. v At a mooting of the board of health Friday evening last E. A. Palmer was chosen President pro. tern. I. M. GJick, o Harrison township, attended the funeral of a sister-in-law at Ulinal Winchester last week. Mrs. Elswortlv Augenstein and lit tle daughter hafve been visiting in Fremont and Ulyde during the past week. ' Have your eyes fitted up with a pair of classes bv Fisic & Co., jewel ers and opticians one door south of post-omoe. tl Van Wert had at $10,000 fire Mon day. The principal losses were Noell'g drug store and Jacob's cloth ing store. 200 pairs of black and tanhoes will be sold for $1.29 Friday, June 4, only. Stop and see us. , Model Shoe Stork. AboutiCO of the Defiance lodge of B. P. O. Elks, will be present at the banquet in the K. of P. hall this evening. Win. Markloff, of Grand Rapids, and Geo. Gerdes, of Damascus town ship, were callers at the Northwest oflluy''il'esdayA ' Iiv connection with my business on corner of brewery lot, I am handling tlie Florida Mills Flour, which I am selling at $1.15 a sack. tf ' TJ. Ward. 'Possibly it's, 'because they like to "paint the town" that some people prefer the name, Decoration Day to "Memorial Day." ; Harry Webb has just finished re painting the interior of the iQfttoe of the Capitol House, which 'presents a very handsome appearance Mr. Steinaman of Saginaw, Mich., contractor for the Vocke block, was on the ground yesterday getting things in shape to commence work. Mrs. Steve Baseoin returned last week from Chicago Junction where she had been with her daughter, Mrs. Ben Fellows, for the past two mouths. If you wapt a Surrey, Buggy or RtiffiKy UuiMiri frt". V.llA i,M.rti npinan nt ' I" ia " n 1 e"" " ' I ' v. John Miller before puruhasiug elst where. All home made work. Nupo- leon, O. tf Tlf anA Afro TCeo'W iotniTio1 to their home iu Seneca county the first of the week. They visited Napoleon to be present at the graduation of tneir granuson, jonn naiy. We bayo just received a new line of lady's elegant shirt waist sets, stick pins, link cuff buttons, studs, etc. Call and see them. . Fisk & Ua, Jewelers. In Fisk's grocery store, next door to post-office. tf The Union Grange hall of Monroe township, 8 miles south and j mile east of Napoleon, will be dedicated next Saturday forenoon with ap propriate ceremonies. The' State Master S. H. Ellis has promised to be present. All are cordially invited. The best shirt waists sold bv ns. Price them. . 'Shoemaker Bros. Ladies Shirt Waists. There's something unusual ahead 50o for $1.00 Shirt Waiats in Percale, Lawn, Dimi- ' ty all sizes'........! ' '7 . - 1 ' 75o for $1.85 French Percale, attached cuff and detached oollan;..... fl 00 Ladies Wrappers for.... .............. ...... .... 60o Ladies Muslin Umbrellas for . -. , 75o Ladies Nightgowns Empire Style, a big bargain for......... FOR EVEUY DOLLAll J-rnid in by its members In 1836 Tts Mutual Benefit Eetanel - 86c The Moss. Mutual returned .... uc The New York Life returned sac The Mutual Life returned. etc The Miehicnn Mutual returned. Sc The Cnion Central returned.....- Oc The following table explains how this was done: Total expense and Tuxes to total Income (past five rents.) Terct. Mutual Benefit 13-7 Massachusetts Mutual. ..... . 2L3 New York Life 318 Mutual Life J0.7 Miehltmn Mutual... .j - Union Central - -l And THE MUTUAL BENEFIT paid the largest per cent, of taxes to income of any oftliem. EE. R. COWDR!CK, Ag't.. Mutual Benefit Win. Bender spent Sunday in To ledo. . J as Donovan had law business in Antwerp last Friday. Cut price on all wash goods. Shoemakku Bros. Mrs. Lee Parker was the guest of Holgate friends Sunday. - Mi?8 Minnie McEnerny and Anna McGrath tpent Sunday at Toledo, O. Mrs. John Tanner and children spent Sunday, with friends in Waus eou. Stylish goods for spring clothing can bo found at Henry Meyer's, Na poleon, Ohio. tf Mrs. Jas. Burns, of Ft. Wayne, Ind., visited her mother, Mrs. Lauen, Sunday. Lupton's for your photographs. All first class and a guarantee with every dozen. 2c The Grand Rapids Triumph threat ens to leave the town if more support is not given it. ' Collars and culls for ladies new styles just in at Shoemaker Bros. Chas. Sauer and wife visited friends and relatives in Flatrock township Sunday, Fred Market is adding to looks of his South Napoleon residence by building a new porch. Patronize the Knisely Shirt Co. of Lima, Ohio. Practical and Reliable Custom Shirt Makers. tf M1ss Mary Kunz is lying sick at the home other sister, Mrs. Chas. Hilla braud, iu South Napoleon. Dr. Atkinson and family of Eaton, Ind., who have been visiting relatives in Napoleon and RIdgeville, returned home Monday. Ladies get one of those elegant hat pins for your new hat of Fisk & Co, jewelers. In Fisk's grocery store, south of post-office. tf Begining nest week Co. F will drill twice a week regularly until ordered into camp which will' not be many weeks hence. John Westhbven and Misses Minnie McEnerny, Maggie Casay, Anna Westhoveu and Nellie Brown at tended a party at Wauseon, Wednes day evening. Miss Cynthia and Mary Zelle. of Defiance county, and Miss 'Anna Hel man, of Chilicothe, were guests of Mrs. Herman Sohueller several days during the past week. Adams Band Is making active pre paration for its concert June 15th. The members are practicing twice a week and will be in fine shape to go to Fostoria with the Fire Depart ment. We have 200 pairs of man's fine $5. shoes which we will sell at $1.29 on Friday, June 4th, only. Stop aud inspect them for that price. . Gottschalk Bros., Model Shoe Store. Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Harrison, Mrs. Kerr aud Mrs. Chas. Harrison are in Philmlelohia aud other eastern cities this week.' Dr. Harrison will attend tho annual meeting of the American Medical 'Association that is held in Philadelphia from June 1st to 7th. Tuesday morning the Miller House bar was opened under the proprietor ship of L. D., Massey. The bar will be used hereafter in connection with the Miller House. Mr. Massey has Secured the services of Mr. J. S. Walters, of Ft. Wayne, as bar tender and will be glad to welcome all comers. The Outlook will before long print two more papers bv Ian Maolaren In his series of "American Impressions." The second article in this series that on "'Good Manners" has been very widely quoted, and has everywhere been recognized as a rather exception al bit of appreciation by a foreign visitor of commendable traits in American social life. "3 00 a vear, The Outlook Company, 13 Astor Plaee, New York. rasses but some one buys Wall Paper and Paint At Clay's Drug Store bojause every- . thing Is now and fresh and prices sat- " isfaotory. Soda .Water also at Clay's. 50o 75o '25o 45o ' Jit) at WITH EVERY $10 ! Cash Purchase I $10 You can get roar picture or any member of roar family enlarged Free of Charge. LaJIes. I wleh to call your attention to my line of M bitney & Co's Fine Shoes. Every pair guaranteed. Try one pair and be con vinced that they are the best shoe for the money. Dry Gools, Boots, Shoos, Coats, Capos, Wall Paper, Perfumes. Trunks, Valises, Telescopes, Curtain Poles, Mattresses, Furniture, Undertaking, Burial Bobes, Eto., Etc. F. -A. ROWE, RIdgeville Corners. Ohio. Lupton, the picture maker. T?iiy the Chicago waist sold only by bnoemaKer Bros. Scott Andrix is having the exterior or ins house repainted. The excavation for the big Vocke block is about completed. Dayid Shonk, of Washington town ship, was in the city Monday. Miss Harriet Dwyer, of Columbus, is a guest of Miss Margaret TeisRer. Miss Katharine Denlar. of AVbion, Ind., is a guest of her sister, Miss Le- ona ueniar. Mrs. Anna Durbin and daughter. Lillian, or OlcUiure took in the com mencement exercises... Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus, of Jewell, were the guests of Napoleon menus last Tnurday. N. Rettig and family of Monroe township were tlie guens of his brother George last Sunday. Mrs. Jas. Ketter left Tuesday for Washington O. H., to visit for a week with Rev. and Mrs. Hunter. Prime Millet and Hungarian seed verv low, quantity is limited so call eariy. Shoemaker Bros. The excursions to Defiance and To ledo last Sunday took nearly all of the Napoleon citizens out of town. The business man who does not Ariverrfsa iimkea ft hir? iiiisrAjca. T.ur. the consumer know that you wish nis or ner iraue. Do you want a permanent position with good pay? If go. write to The Hawks Nursery Co., Rochester, New York. april l-3ui Capt. Reynolds and Lieut. J. A. Musser will attend a meeting of the officers of loth Ueg t at Toledo to morrow. While heeding the old faw that a "rolling stone gathers no moss" do not overlook the one, that a "set ting hen gathers no fat." H. Cole and Cy. Bish, of Deshier, were in the bity. Tuesday. Mr. Cole is the oldest grocer in Deshier having been in that business 24 years. . rr ' We carry , a fine line of 8 day Gil bert clocks, ,very cheap. FISK & .CO., JeweierR. One door ifouth of post-office, tf J. W. Cotiincham, of Leipsio, paid Napoleon a- visit . to-day. Mr. Cot tiugham is proprietor of the Leipsio electric lighting plant, of which he is making a success. I am still doing business in the old stand aint 4tt ; will ; pay y on to call and see me for first class work, and a coi y of the Henry County Director iree wortn on cents. A babv's crib was knocked down to Geo. Bowerman at the Randall sale last week. Geo. says it's one cf Ben. Pontious' jokes, but friends be lieve it is more serious. Rev.- Chasi D. Lafferty who has had charge of the Episcopal church as lay reader, was ordained la-t Sunday in Grace church Cleveland. His next visitation will be ntxt Sun day. A number of Napoleon people clatra to have felt the earthquake last Mon day afternoon. The earthquake was felt throughout southern and central Ohio but was only perceptible in a few places north of Lima. Memorial day wa3 observed by Choate Post in the usual manner. The graves were decorated in the forenoon by details from the Post. In the afternoon W. W. Campbell delivered the memorial address at the Rink to a large audience. Memorial religious services at the opera house on Sunday were largely attended, notwithstanding the rain. Rev. Swank delivered a stirring ad dress, which was favorablv com mented upon by old soldiers and the audience generally. Unoate Post, Women's Relief Corps and Co. F at tended in a body. The Coldwater railroad stockhold ers in this city and county have received notification to pay an as sessment on their stock to the road at the rate of 80 per cent on the dol lar. S. B. Sturges, of Mansfield, is the party who benefits by the assess ment. These claims have been in litigation for many years and have traveled back and forth through the uinerent courts several times. Tlie stock was subscribed for in 1871. we helieve. Its a, bitter pill to swallow by the stockholders of the Coldwater ailroad, but there seems to be no other recourse than to gulp it down. Cut price : on all fancy check wool suitings. Borne rare values. Shokmakkr Bros. ev sy PIECES DISAPPEAR AND IN THEIR PLACES WILL CARRY OFF THE GOODS. - 15o for 75o Ladies Short Sleeve Vests; a bar - gain at 50o for $1.00 Fast Black Gloria Umbrellas - big bargain $1.00 for $2.50 White Parasols, white handles 75o Carpets and Mattings. 50 oents for 85 cent Tapestry Brussels Carpets ' to close '. CO oents for 65 oent Best All Wool Ingrain Carpets , ...7 S irnMniDT ddatopdc DEuana - 0 Lumber, Lath andShlnglesg AadXtnafactoreraf- ft) Doors, Sash, Moldings, Window ana wormmes. H Custom Sawing Done on 0 bhort Notice and at Low Prices. jgjl Get onr Prices before Bay-0 $ MILLS 05 SOUTH SIDK,-a$! NAPnt pon nuiA. ' sr.j J ,w...w- 0 fcT Lupton, the picture maker. Senator VogtaTitT the city on Saturday. The wife of Mayor Roller is visit ing in Tiffin. Chas. Frease and wife are visiting in Mt. Oilead. Isaac Ward, of Toledo, is a guest of his aunt, Mrs. Shook. Born, to Harrison Babcoek and wife, Tuesday morning," a son. Coxey is talking of marching an other army to Washington. Miss Fannie Shouer has returned after a week's visit at Toledo. Green shoes, tan shoes, black shoes, cheapest at Shoemaker Bros. The mother of Dr. Barnhill from Fihdlay is a gueSt at his home. Attend the lecture at the M. E. Church next Wednesday evening. Mrs. Sam Brown has been visiting, in Bucyrus during the past week. Look at our different kinds of sum mer corsets. Shoemaker Bros. Mrs. ("iatharine Blair of Hutchin son, Kas., is visitjng relatives in this city. Corn, chicken feed, wheat and wood wanted i on account by D. J. Humphrey. i, Lecture "An Unappreciated For tune,'' at M. E.4Church next Wednes day evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Orwig were guests of Findlay friends several days of this week. " Mrs. Fred.-Travis, of Defiance, at tended the commencement exercises Thursday evening. Mrs. F. S. Martin is making a month's visit with friends in Clyde, Canton and Cleveland. Dr. R. L. Heller returned last Friday from his extended visit in Florida. much improved in health. Geo. Bremer, living one mile ea9t of Malinta, sold a flue black horse to Mr. Ord way last week for $75. Miss Goldie Turk of Toledo attend ed the commencement exercises of her class-mates last Thursday even ing. ' .- Miss Emma Henderson left for Chi cago on Monday, where she will at tend the University during tne sum mer. We have the lowest prices on ham mocks of all kinds. Shoemaker Bros. Miss Jeanne Reynolds and Mrs. Moore attended the funeral of Guy Dittenhaver's little baby at Paulding Sunday. Over 00 Nanoleon merchants are' summoned to appear before the Hen ry county Board of Equalization to morrow morning. Rev. T. H. Campbell lectures at the M. E. Church, Wedneday even ing, June 9Sh: Subject "An Unap preciated Fortune.", A fine soldier's monumentwas dedi cated at Weston on Saturday. Na poleon should inaugurate a soldier's monument association. The Cheyenne Indians of Montana are up in revolt and have fled to the hills well armed, 'mere win oe blood shed before they can-be Diougnt DacK. Miss Porter, wheeling through from Chicago to New York, went through Napoleon yesterday morn ing at 11 o'clock, a half hour behind (schedule time. - The D. & L. N. win run an excur sion to Detroit next Sunday.' Train leaves Napoleon 9:28 ft. m., and re turning leaves Detroit at 6 p. m. Fare $1.50 for round trip. ' 1 : i 7' Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Shoner were in Defiance last Friday evening attend ing the silver wedding anniversary of Mrs. Shoner's 'brother, G. W. Weisenburger and wife. Tickets for the band concert will be on sale next Tuesday. Admission 10c, with no extra charge for reserv ed seats. First v come first served. Plat at Saur & Balsley's-drug store. Otto Groschner swore out a war rant before Squire Hague last Wednesday for the arrest of Ed. Hilgendorf claiming he had stolen a guitar. Before the ease came for trial it was settled. Teeth extracted withoutpain. Pain less methods m all operations, reas onable Drice euaranteed. W. J, Pierrepont, dentist, Bitzer block near Postotnce. - " 7 - -15o ' : GOo $1.00 89 cents for 50 cent All Wool Ingrain Carpet Special price... ..i. ' 89o 25 cents for 40 cent Ingrain Carpets, good styles and colors...........;. ...... " 25c laj ueiiia lor iO ooiil; iVialuiitc, epeulul lots 120 Two Hundred and Fifty Rugs all sizes and coloring at .'-Just Half Prices Kid OloTes. : $1.00 for $1.50 Kid Gloves, new style fine 7' , Two Clasp Mocho Kid $1.C0 10 cents for 20 cent Boys' Seam'ess Stockings, 50o GOo .:-SH;ONEH-:i g THE g Harness Maker-: 3 fc Can fit you out In fine ptyle 3 t prices never be ore heard of . ZXj I CALL N i And oiamlnourhnnd-mai!e Harriott, every piece made from the bett of Material. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 BLASKETS ASD ROBES In endless variety and at all price. Don't let your home so unhlanketed. We nlso keep a larxe assortment of ; WhipP,"CombB, Brushes And everything usually found in a flrst-claKfi Harnebgbhop. Com In and see me. T. F. SE0NEE. Lupton, the picture maker. Free. One copy of the Henrv County Di rectory at A J. Lunton's callery. 2t Sldebouut Given Away. Go to Harmon & Walcott's and see their fine new stock of furniture and learn how you can obtain au elegant sideboard free. tf Uwildins Stone. Those wishing building stone can find them at my yards, near the Wa bash depot, where they will be kept in stock after this. Car load lots on one week's notice. tf " Wm. SaSisb. Garbage Lot. The Board of Health of Napoleon have leased a garbage lot for ' the purpose of dumping all garbage that is taken from our streets and alleys. The lot is on the Walters' property, south of the old distillerv between the canal and the river. The lease oalls for one year. Loss! Logs! Parties having logs to saw ean have the same done on short notice and in a first olasg manner for $2.50 per thousand, at Thiesen & Hildred's saw-mill. Runs every day, rain or shine. t Beautiful Book. -TheB. & 0. R. R. has just issued a very handsome little pamphlet, de scribing Deer Park, illustrated wiih a number or very tine engravings. Copy can be had by sending two oent stamp to 1. C. Jones, Manager, B. & O., Central Building, Baltimore, Md. Try Graln-O ! Try Gratn-O ! Ask your Grocer to-day to 'show you a package of GRAIN-0, the new food drmK that takes the place of coffee. The children -may drink it without injury as welU.as- the adult. All who try it. like it. 7GRAIN-0 has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but It is made from pure grains, and the most delicate stomach re ceives it without distress. the price of coffee. 15c. and 25c ts. per package. Sold by all grocers. myO-ly (- . Public Sale. The undersigned will offer at publio auction, at tne late residence of Thomas Dronberger, deceased, 2 miles south of Deshier, Henry Co., O., on Thursday, June 10th, 1897, commenc ing at 10 o'otock a. in., the goods and chattels of said deceased, consisting in part of two work horses, harness, saddle, fly nets, wagon, buggy, drag, plows, scraper, bob sleds and all kinds of farming utensils; also one eow, 1 two-year old heifer, 1 yparling heifer, 1 brood sow with pigs, 4 shouts about four months old, fifty chickens, about 300 bushels of oorn in the crib, about 30 bushels of oats iu the bin, buck wheat in the bin, timothy seed and timothy hay in the mow and other ar ticles too numerous to mention. Jamks P. Ragan, Admr. Thp Graiji-O Laav Suit. Rochester, JURISFMay 24. 1897. The great $50,000 damage suit insti tuted by a Michigan Cereal Company against the Genesee Pure Food Com pany is at an erid.' They settled it and took it out 'of eourt, for the ridi culously small iiitii' $500, and, as a practical result,' Oii'aUv-Q is in greater demand than ever. The new plant, only just completed, Js to te dupli cated, so that not only tne old friends of the delicious food drink, which completely takes the places of coffee, but the new - friends it is making every day, can be supplied. The beverage which the children, as well as the adult, may drink with benefit, will be furnished in unlimited quan tities. Suits may come and suits may go, hut Grairi-0 goes on forever. N. i. Mail ana Jixpresa. We save you money on all kinds of shoe's. Shokmakkr Bros. Smallpox in Fulton County. There are four cases of real small pox just over the Henry county line in Fulton county. The disease is present in a family by the name Rei ter, who are said to have been sent from Toledo to the place where they now are, on account of the disease. The family consists of the father, mother, and four children., The smallpox first appeared to a son, Martin Reiter. The remainderof the family were immediately vaccinated but the disease has spread until all four of the children are down with it. The location of-the house, which is under quarantine, is 8 miles west of Wauseon. . There is nothing ,to be reared on account of this nearness of the dread disease on account of the strict quarantine which is maintain ed. Iu large cities there are always three or four casesknown to the medical authorities but their where about are always suppressed by the newspapers as well as the physicians. The cases in our neighboring county while dangerous will not necessarily .be fatal. , 3Emm?mmm3 $ GE0.F. CTODSS, $ CITY :-: BAKERY! I ALT BREAD! tz - New Specialty which meets 3 fc with great favor. It hag a 5 delicious tweet and nutty 3 fc flavor. Prepared at all times 3 to f urnish. Fine Cakes, - Ice Cream, 3 g Rolls, Bread, Etc., Etc., 3 iJJFor Weddings and Parties, m fly l-A trial order Is solicited, fft Broken ItlW. Edward Gunn was the victim of a runaway last Saturday afternoon, taking place three miles west of Na poleon. He was thrown out of the huggy in such a way as to break three ribs, and being an old man the injury will lay him up for some time. Sunday Excuslon Train. Beginning at onoe and continuing until further notice, the Wabash R. R., will run a Sunday excursion train. Leaves Napoleon at 8:03 a. m. Re 1 turning train leaves Toledoat 7:30 p. m. arriving at Napoleon 8:34 p. m. Only one fare for, the round trip, on all Sunday trains returning on the same day. 1 tf 1 rgP : Say, do you know that by looking through our immense stock of Milli nery you can find many good bar gains. Among the rest we are selling White Fancy Edge Leghorn Flats for 75o untrimmed, and black ones at 25o. We have a few we sell at 5 cents. Mks. A. M. Fkease. A FINE PRESENT GIVEN AWAY ! If you buy your Boots and Shoes of us to -the amount .of $20 Worth IN CASH PURCHASES. Cards Good Until Jan. 1st, '99. The article Is a fine seven Drawer Spice Cupboard which you can see at our store. GOODS CHEAP AS EVER. M. EEISBR, Jr. GERMAN HEALTH INSTITDTE. TOtEDO.O, fc vmwm . F. KALKHOFF. M. D Phwieiin and 8tirooa ia ChirBA. 1 taroMt Prwtiee anil Moit Complelo Iniilfaita tl Jib U. 6. IU Record of Wondrful Cura litM mi (a Nona in tba World. Conducted by expo.- physicians of as years private and hospital epo ace in Karope and America, bpecml aepartmeaa lor special disease Large airy Sleeping Aparo ments. Original methods for home treatment, wor4 renowned. Each casa is t rested on its own motita Extensive laboratories. Vegetable Remedies. I We treat with wondertul success all Ckronlt rod Desperate Lung, Throat, Ear, Note, St Knack Rowels, Liver, Heart, Kidney, Bladder, Female. Brain, Nervous, Spinal, Skin, Blood, Rectal. Pre vate and Sexual Diseasea. Deformities and Surgo cal Diseases Special Treatment for Consumption) Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Rhenmatism, Cancer, Taps Worm and Epileptic Fits, Varicocele and Hydra, tele. Constitutional Blood Poison and all Skin Diseases, Pain in the Bones; Ulcers, Skin Erup tions. Soro Throat, Hair Falling Out, Pimple Headache, Etc. Nervous Debility, Exhausted V tality. Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Aver lion to Society, Threatened Insanity, Pimples en the face, Lost Vigor, Impotency, the result ol early iinful habits and later excesses we cure undes guarantee by our original, never failing method, Cures guaranteed when others have failed. Lova sharges, and consultation free; correspondence tacredly confidential. Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m ; Sun days and Holidays, 9 to t a ra. Out of Town Patients treated with unfailiD? success through correspon. Hence. Examination blank and "The Safe Guard! t '. ife' (i8 page book) sent free. Address, 3EBSI1N IS -ALT INSTITDTIV or. Madison and Erie at. . . TfiUECO. Or ARE TINY NEW 1 ?17 . 37 IMfe!"ft.5Wi83! t 8ttffi A Brother 50 oents for three pairs of Ladies fine Black , Stockings worth.!.... 75o, a bargain Shoes; . . $1.00 for $1.75 Ladies Fine Kid Shoes at....... $1.00 1.00 for $1.25 Ladies Fine Kid Slippers at ; 1.00 1.00 for $1.25 Misses Fine Kid Slippers at... , . 1.00 75o for $1.00 Childrens " " " 5o .50c for 75o Children? Fine Kid Shoes at SOo We will saye you Money on Slices.