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J. Q. A.. CAMPBELL,
FRIDAY. OCT. 28, 1898
D. & L. N. R. R. Time Card
Trains arrive at Bellefontaine as fol
0. 8:44 a. m
No. 50 6:57 p. m
n o :44 a. m.
No. 8 5:01 p. o.
Clover seed is worth
$3.50 in the
Private Will Wallace has had his fur
lough ex'ended 30 days.
No tramps will be taken in at the In
firmary daring the smail poz scare.
Waabiogtoa township schools have
been closed on account of the smallpox
Tae United Presbyterian ladies will
serve a Thanksgiving dinner in the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J.irdan.of Kenton,
lost a fourteen months' old daughter,
by diphtheria Tuesday.
"The Bign" has been in the fiats this
weak, and it doesn't do to go around
with a chip on your shoulder.
Tae Art club were entertained at the
home of Mis? Riddle Tuesday evening.
The next meeting will beat the home of
M 8i Ddfrees.
Liwrence Lirite has rented a room in
Washington C. H. for a cigar store, and
after his marriage with Mies Snyder will
move to that city.
Mr. Orin Saufll Hon, who has been in
the employ of the Bdllefontaioe Tele
phone company, has a nice position at
Mr. J. E Shaw, one of th wcrtim
R -publicans of Rushcreek township, is
in the race for Commissioner at next
Sprins Republican Primary.
There will be an illustrated lecture on
Mariin Luther at the Lutheran church
Wednesday evening, Nov. 2. Admis
sion, adults 20 centr, children 10 cents.
The H. M. Aunat and A. Butler stores
were popular places yesterday, for - the
ladies. Etch store had a traveling man
showing sample cloaks and taking orders.
Mr. Al. L iwis Linda died at St. Louis
last week, and was buried in the Jeffer
son barracks cemetery. Mr. Lewis was
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Private Mel Mitchell, who went out
with Company F, and returned two
months since after an attack of typhoid
fever does not improve, but continues in
The Columbus Press-Post, of Thurs
day, publishes a good picture of Mrs. O.
E Bartram, who is Chairman of the
Committee on Transportation for the,,
Woman's Convention, in that city. . '
The L. O. Fi issued invitations
WednesJay, bearing skull and cross
bones, and worded as follows, "Hallow
een at the home of Miss Bessie Coulter,
314 east Sandusky avenue.
Seek. R. S. V. P."
Mrs. John LoDgbrake, of Washington
t wnehip, was taken with small pox)
Wednesday night. Her husband and
son are getting well. These cases of
small pox are not so bad as some cases
Disp itches from the Northwest say
that the rain and snow of the past ten
days have destroyed thousands of bush
els of wheat in Dakota and Manitoba,
and that millions of bushels which have
been left standing in the fields may be a
- Oa Tuesday, Njv. 1st, A. J. Harlan
will sell on the streets of DoGraff, at
auction, the finest lot of traft and
general purpose Horses ever offered in
this nart of the State. Remember the
date, Nov. 1st.
H. P. Eunvon, Auctioneer.
Mr. C. S. A len, of the shoe firm of
Hunter & Allen, had a $20 and a $10 bill
in his pocket Tuesday and made several
tripe; five in all, to jay some money he
owed Finally when he found bis cred
itor, Wednesday, he put his hand in his'
pocket and found that he had lost his
bills. Daily Examiner.
About 100 persons attended the
meatintr of the Boards of Health at
Lima. Wednesday. The dulestates from
oor city c mld not make the trip, as the
train on ths new railroad s'umped its
toa somewhere alone the line. Secre
tary Probst was present and gave in
structions as to diagnosing and quaran
tining small pox.
Mr. Craig K taring informs us that he
was not in the fiht at the Ingalls
saloon, and only interfered to prevent
one man from striking another. Oaeof
the railroaders was not drunk, does not
- drink, and only went in to get a brother
out. It is hard to get the straight of
anything that happens in a saloon
The best way for everybody, is to keep
out of them.
Oar thoaKuts turn towards Thanks
giving, and the W. R. O. committee hope
the donations for the poor of the city
will be most liberal. These good women
will arranae to g've to every destitute
family, every family where there is sick
sens where help is needed, and every
aged couple whose allowance of this
world's goods is very small, a good
Thanksgiving dinner and something for
a few days more. L-t the contributions
be generous. It 1b hoped the schools
will do even more than ever before.
Mrs. Daniel Wonders is ill with ma
Mr. Ellis Akey continues very seri
ously ill. ,
Mr. Samuel Detrick is very seri
Miss Carrie Wilson is visiting friends
Rev. W. H. Mariin is ill with dropsy
of the heart.
Mr. Will Niven went to ColumbuB,
Mrs. George F. Myers is visiting
friends in Muncie, Ind.
Mrs Lydia Folsom has returned from
a visit to her son at Li us a.
Solicitor A. Jay Miller was in Larue,
on business, Wednesday.
Mrs G.'W. Bartholomew is the gueBt
of relatives in Columbus this week.
Messrs L E Pettit and Levi Thomp
son went to Paulding Wednesday.
Mrs. Nellie Prall-Morrow returned to
her home in Lurelville,-Wednesday.
Mrs. Magruder of Marion, w as the
8 ties t of her daughter, Mrs. Short, this
Mrs. Anna Blessing has returned from
visit with friends ia Findlay and
Lima. . ,
Rv. John Bruuton will be a guest in
this citv over Sabbath. He arrived last
Mr. C. A. Freer and wife of Columbus
called on his cousin L. C. Freer and
Mrs. Fannie Baesett, of Chicago, ar
rived last night, on a visit to her father,
Dr. S. W. Fuller.
Mr. Harry McLsughlin returned Mon
day from a pleasant visit with his
friends at Pittsburg.
Mrs. Belle Ketcham and children of
loledo visited her sister, Mrs. Oscar Mc
Laughlin, this week. , -
Mr. Thomas L. Wright is a guest at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Stough
at Albion, New York.
Clyde Shellabarger and Charles March
left Wednesday to join the Second Regi
mental band at Camp Poland.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Joalin went to
Cleveland Wednesday to visit their
daughter, Mrs. Nellie Furedon.
Mrs. Hager and MrB. lams, who have
been visiting Capt. Ioskeep'e family, re
turned to Columbus Wednesday.
Mrs. Robt. Lamb, Mrs. Chalfant and
Mrs. Koogle attended the Ohio Feder
ation of Women's club in ColumbuB this
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cothey, of Water
Valley, Miss.,' who have been guests of
Mrs. C. A. Miller, returned home yes
terday. Auditor Campbell and son Knight,
left yesterday for Kncxville to join Mrs.
Campbell, and visit bia sons in the Sec
Mr. Samuel Alexander and Miss Ellen
Robb will be married Wednesday morn
ing, November 2, at the bride's' home in
Mrs. Addie Bell, of Aurora, Ilia ,
who is visiting her father, Dr. S. W.
Fuller, has been very ill for a few
hours with terrible paina in her head,
but is some easier this morning.
Dr. Joseph Milroy of Like View is to
Marry Miss Mary Fleming Bnn, at
Philadelphia, Pa , November the 9.h.
'Of all the glad words of tongue or pen,
"The gladdest of all was he might have
The Commissioners at the request of
the Prosecuting Attorney and tome of
the leading farmers of the county, have
employed Judge John A. Price to assist
the Prosecutor in the trial of the cases
against ex-Commissioners McClure and
Higgins, ex-Sheriffs Roach and Sullivan
et al., to recover fees alleged to have
been ellegally drawn by them. The
case against Mr. Uiegins, which was
won by the county, in both the Com
mon Pleas and Circuit Courts, hss been
carried to the Supreme Court. The
decision in bis case will doubtless de
termine the others, and it mi(.ht bs well
for the Court to not run up expenses on
the county by having other trials, till
the Supreme Court is heard from.
Two new cases cf smallpox are report
ed at Buckland in Augla'z3 county, and
one more at Uniopolis, in Allen county.
There has been a cot fl let of opinion as
to whether there have been any cases at
Lake View. The truth seems to be that
there was a family from Auglaize
county, Btopping at a house a mile or
two north of Lake View, that had an
attack of some eruptive disease which
some of the physicians thought was only
"scratches," while other physicians said
they were the same kind of cases the
State Board of Health officers eaid was
smallpox at Naw Hampshire and Wapa-
koneta. But the family left and went
back to Auglaiz3 county, afoot, some ten
days or two weeks ago.
The cases south of Ltwistown have
been pronounced smallpox of a mild
character by some of our physicians who
have had extended experience.
Work on the C. L. & 31,
From the Lima Gazette.
Work on the C, L. & M. road is being
pushed, and. within the next week or
ten days the laying of the iron will have
commenced. The work of repairing the
damaged road bed between Continental
and this city iB going on, and the work
has been completed to a point a little
southwest of Oitawa, and yesterday
morning the layiDg of the ties was com
The old road bed is in bad shape,
owing to the length of time it has been
exposed to the weather and been neglect
ed and it will require a god deal of time
and much labor to replace it in good
shape up to the established grade.
Cal McCullough has been engaged for
the past two weeks resetting the grade,
and the chief engineer ia expected here
within a day or bo.
The work, now that it has been gotten
well under way, will be pushed to com
pletion as rapidly as possible.
Shoots Himself While Hunting
We are indebted to our Lake View
correspondent for the following particu
lars of a bad accident that happened at
the reservoir, Wednesday:
Mr. Leonard Ice, aged 21, son of An
drew Ice of Westminster, Allen county,
accidentally shot himself while hunting
ducks on the reservoir Wednesday. He
was in a boat, and had laid his gun
down with the muzzle toward him. On
seeing some ducks, he hastily drew the
gun toward him, and caught the ham
mer on the boat seat, discharging the
gtin. The entire charge of shot entered
his ltft wrist. He was taken ashore and
to Dr. Milroy's effico, where the wound
was examined and it was found neces
sary to amputate the hand and part of
the forearm. The operation was per
formed by Drs. Milroy and Prater of
Lke View, and Dr. Lusk of Waynes
field. The young man stood the oper
ation nicely, and is doing as well as
could be expected. CrpcO.
L. & A. Wissler will haye a Cloak
Opening, next Tuesday. Oiie day only.'
A Small Fire.
A burning chimney at the residence of
Mr. O. L. D. Cooke brought out the fire
department Wednesday evening, but
their services were not required.
Bean Bake Postponed.
The Camp Fire and Bean Supper
which were to be given November first,
at Huutsville, have been postponed on
account of small pox, in the Western
part of the county.
M. E. Church Tonight.
ou will be entertained if you attend
the lecture of .Mrs. M. E. Perkins to
night. She is an educated lady and a
fine talker. No admission fee, but a col
No Tramps Nor Visitors
Owing to the small pox ecare, there
will be no visitors shown through the
Logan County Infirmary, and no tramps
taken in at the institution.
By order of Infirmary Board,
W. L. Black, Supt.
The First Killing Freeze.
Tausday morning was the first of the
season, that the mercury has dropped
to the fretzinj fruit. At an early hour
our mercury marked 31 degrees. The
lowest previous record Ojt. 15, waa .36
above z ;ro.
Supper at New Jerusalem.
There will be a supper at the Grange
Hall, New Jerusalem, Tuesday evening,
November 1, for the benefit of the New
Salem church. A roast pig will be serv
ed, with other good things;.' Sapper
20o, oysters 25c. Everybody is cordially
The Purest Water.
Typhoid fever is more prevalent each
year. Thus it seems to ue; Dut we nave
yet to hear of a single case where the
patient had ustd no drinking water ex
cept that furnished by the city. If yon
are using a well, stop now, and put in
The Home and Foreign Missionary
societies of the M. E. church will enjoy
a literary program and a eocial time this
afternoon in their church parlors, and
from 5 to 7 o'clock will serve a 15 cent
tea to which everybody is invited.
White and Brown Bread
Ham, Baked Beans, lb law,
Jam, Jell y, Cake, Grapes and Coffee.
Fine Car Service on D. & L.N.
The officers of the D. & L. N. railroad
expect to a fine train each way on their
road, between Detroit and Columbus,
the firet of November. Free parlor cars,
it is said, are to be put on. The delay
in putting on these trains, has been oc
casioned by the backwardness cf the
ballasting between Bellefontaine and
Zanecfield, caused by bo much rainy
weather. We hope everything will be
ready for the contemplated change.
The Ohio Dairy School.
The Ohio Dairy echool opens its fifth
annual session on Wednesday, Jan. 4 b,
1809, and continues ten weeks. This
offers a young man of energy and ambi
tion an opportunity to improve his time
instead of idling his winter months
away. There is a broad field of work
open in dairying. ' There is a strong and
growing demand for good batte;; good
cheese; and pure wholesome milk and
cheese; and the man who can make
these products ia well paid for his work
and skill. Poor butter, poor cheese and
poor milk are not wanted; and the man
who makes and puts upon the market
such goods is likewise poor. Dairying is
an art and a science. If you would learn
right, attend some dairy school. Your
total expenses for the ten veeksatthe
Ohio Dairy School need not exceed J60
If you are a young man of ordinary
ability j ou can earn enough more the
first year to more than pay the entire
expense of the course. This school has
a large and able corps of instructors, and
it ia no exaggeration to say that the
facilities for instructing are something
A postal card addressed to the Dean of
the College of Agriculture and Domes
tic Science, Ohio State University,
Columbus, will bring you a handsome
illustrative circular fully describing the
work of this excellent school.
Mr. E. Mesamore Found Dead in Bed,
Mr. E. Mesamore, who was in the
restaurant business in our city, nntil
recently, bnt who for several months haa
been running the Byers House, at the
railroad, was found dead in bed about
seven o'clock, this morning. He was up,
and in the office, twice during the night,
and complained of feeling 'badly. Be
cause of this, he was not called at the
usual time, and when he waa called,
about seven, he was found cold in death,
having been dead some time.
Dr. J. H. Wilson, who had been at
tending him, Bays hia death waa the re
sult of Bright'e disease.
Mr. Mesamore and family came to
Bellefontaine from Carey, in September,
1877. He was born in Hancock county,
Ohio, January 10, 1826. He leaves a
wife, two sons and two daughters.
At the home of her parents, Chas. and
Alta Rxndall of West Mansfield, of brain
fever, Tuesday, October 25, 1898, Myrtle
Randall, aged 9 years, 3 months and 6
days. Interment in Marmon Valley,
Thursday at 12 o clock. Services con
ducted by Rev. Hill, of West Mansfield
The parents have the sympathy of a
host of friends.
The Y. P. 8. C. E. of the Christian
church, will conduct a very interesting
service, on next Sunday evening, at 7
o'clock. There will be rendered an ex
cellent program of song and recitation
together with brief historic papers on
the life, character and work of Barton
W. Stone, Thomas Campbell and Alex
ander Campbell, and others, prominent
in the earlier History of the Christian
church of America. The public is most
cordially invited to attend.
An offering will be made for Home
Mr. and Mrs. George Guy are keeping
home in their own home on East Chil
The Trial of Strength.
A Savings Bank Account and a Life
nsurance Policy, both the children of a
prominent business man, met after his
death to see what they could do for the
aid of his family. With the statement:
"I am ready caBh," the Bank Account
paid the funeral expenses and lifted up
its voice and said: ''I contributed every
dollar deposited plus a snug sum of
compound interest." The Insurance
Policy eaid: "I contribute every dollar
deposited and a snug sum for compound
interest, and the prepaid fortune of this
case made and provided." And it
lifted the mortgage from the home and
the whole family from poverty to com
See GEO. H. ALLEN, and ask him to
show you the splendid contracts of the
Notes From Knoxville.
We are permitted to make the follow
ing extracts from a letter from Mrs.
E ama K. Campbell, who is visiting her
sons at KnoxvilU:
"Our boys were all with" ub Sunday
afterrloon and evening. They all go to
the First Presbyterian church, and
have made many warm friends. We
found a very cordial welcome, and many
words of praise for the Ohio troops. I
overheard two ladies (Southerners from
the conversation) aaj: "Do you notice
how clean, and polite, and gentlemanly
the Ohio trooDB are? A private seems
as much of a gentleman aa an officer,
and when they were marching, did you
notice they stepped as one man."
The boys took us over to the Division
hospital in the afternoon, there were
only four Co. F, boys there. Two of
them, Emmonda and Downing, we met
out walking around. They expected to
start for home seme time this week
Atkinson is feeling better, they thought
that hia fever waa about gone. He re
marked that his head had not achei for
three days. He is quite weak, but
bright and cheerful. Sickles ia much
the sickest man, having a high fever. I
only spoke to him for a moment; he was
better than he was on Friday attend
ants sat bv and fanned. Most of the
nurses are Catholic sisters.
Army Horses For Sale.
The war being over and the Govern
ment having no further use for these
horses, they will be offered at public
sate at Conley & Co.'s livery stable,
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER FIRST, 1898,
commencing at 9 a. m. Three car loads
of horses. These horses are from 5 to 8
years old and sound, they having been
inspected by a Board of Army Officers
and United States Veterinary at Kenton
during the past Summer when'purchaeed
by the Government.
Thia i8 certainly a great chance to se
scure a fine driver or draft horse cheap.
These horses will be Bold to the highest
Terms of sale Cash or note due in six
months' time with approved security at
6 per cent, from date.
Cantwbll & Co.
This sale will take place rain or shine
A splendid piece of property
Bellefontaine, pays 12 per cent. $500
cash and long time on balance.
S. A. Buchanan.
There will be a Cloak Opening at L
& A. Wiesler's next Tuesday. One day
only. Come and Bee the fine assortment.
You can buy a good harvester oil
at 20 cents per gallon, at Geo. P. Bak
er's, 113 South Detroit Btreet, Bellefoi -taine,
Parlor lamps cheapest at China Hall.
Dinner and toilet sets, China Hall.
Framed pictures at cost, China Hall.
County Board of Health Meet
ing, November 4th, 1898, in
This meeting of the County Boards
of Health should lo be the most interest
ing of any yet held. It should be for a
number of reasons. Bat it ia not only
the privilege but we think the duty of
every trustee, township clerk and con
stable in the county, and as well, every
member of any board of health in the
county, who has taken an oath to per
form the duty of sanitary officer, to be
present at thia meeting and review and
impart, knowledge relative to this the
most important of ail, save only those of
Christian import and consideration that
may come to our mind in this life, viz:
The first paper is by Dr. Young, a
most entertaining and accomplished
writer on the Vegetable Poisons. Io
this paper you will get the benefit of the
Doctor's work for a number of months
in looking up all the authoritea on thia
very important eurjct. iiainer irom
him the "cream" of all the knowledge
on the subject. Is the subject one of
interest to you? Think, a moment,
then answer. Then glance over the pro
gram and see the character and ability
of the men who are to talk on this sub
ject not long speeches; but a few mo-
nents, giving to you the best of their
knowledge and research on the subject.
Immediately following is the paper on
Quarantine, by Dr. Aikey, of Ls Wigtown
Dr. Aikey is recogn'zwi by the profes
sion an over tne county as a good stu
dent, a great reader, and an entertaicin?
writer, and will speak to ub on the now
most important subject for the west and
north, and in. fact all the county to con
sider, how and when to quarantine.
From this paper, thoBe interested with
the power and authority of boards of
health, will learn the best and meat
proper way to look after the most deadly
diseases known to humanity. This
paper and discussion will well pay you
for the time spent in attending this
The afternoon papet is by Prof. Brit
ton on the Care of Meats. Ia this paper
the Prof, will explain to us if it is proper
for butchers to use old buildings polluted
and befouled with dirt and nastiness
sufficient enough to tell the citiz jns for
miles around by the reeking odor ema
nating from it, that there must be by
the way it smells, a butcher house in
the neighborhood. Also he will explain
to you the propriety of killing meats in
such a place; loading it in a dirty old
waeon and hauling it two or three miles
throuh the dust and dirt, with nothing
to protect it from any and ail the Hasti
ness that may be gotten from such a
trip, hang it up in a shop filled with
flies, where it may gather disease and
death from it, and the excretion of three
or four or half a drzsn loafers soaked
with beer and tobacco. All such things
will be taken into consideration by the
Prof. And in the discussion of all this
we are interested and ought to combine
to bring about a change in this matter.
And the paper by Dr. Covington on
the subject of Sewerage, will be of in
terest to every man owning a farm
through which the stream of Possum
Run flows a stream into which most
of the effal and excretion from the entire
town empties, and is so carried to their
lands below ns, and comes back to ub in
both beef and butter. -
All in all, thia meeting is of great
importance, and if you will lend us your
aid, much may be learned and much
good may be accomplished.
Look over the program in another
column of this paper, and carefully
consider the neccessity of your being
present at thie meeting.
Men and women are cordially invited
to attend this meeting, and we will as
pleasantly entertain yon as within na
Uvea. C. W. Heffnee.
Fourth Semi-Annual Meeting.
The following ia a program of the
township and town boards of health o
of Logan county, O.. to he held in
Educational Hall, Bellefontaine, cn
Friday, November 4, 1898:
9:30 a. it. Call to Order Pres Dr. J. -8. Blair
9:35 to 9:15 a. m. Prayer Rev. J. B. Sargent
9: 15 to 9:50 a. m..........ReadiDg of Minutes
..Seo."Dr. Carrie Bicheeon
9:50 to 10:10 a, m. Paper "Ptomaine fend
Dr. J. W. Young
10:10 to 10:10 a. m. Discussion
Dr. Lukens, Bev. Hamilton, Dr.
Deemy, Dr. Galer, Dr. Phillips, Bev.
Gascoigne, Dr. Pool, Dr. Harbert.
10:10 to 11:00 a. m. Paper "Quarantine
and Disinfection; When and How?"
..Dr. Wm. T. Akey
11:00 to 11:30 a. m Discussion
Dr. Martin, Dr. Earner. Dr. Etokes,
Dr. Larway, Dr. Luke, Dr. Barrett,
Dr. Wnzer, Dr. Stinchcomb, Bev.
to 1:20 p. m. Paper ''The Proper
Care of Meats, Cooked and Un
cooked" Prof. Britton
1:20 to 1:50 p. ro.-D
in Bellefontaine about the 15 '.h cf Oct.
and will be glad to hear from old custo
mers, or anybody desiring work in his
line. Leave crdei-s at Davis Bros.,
Jewlery Store. tfei
50c brooches 25c, China Ha 1.
50s wire rat traps 25a, China Hall.
4 inch slaw cutters 10 j, China Hall.
6-inch kraut cutters 15 j, Uhina Hall.
25c band rings 15o at China Hall.
$1 Bet rings 50c, China Hall. -
Baby rings 5c, at China Hall.
This White Sewing
Machine will he given
away at our store, on
Oct 31. Come in any
time before this date
and make your guess.'
It goes to the one guess
ing nearest the number
of nails in a jar. No
charge for guessing
We repair all kinds
of Machines, also fur
nish repairs, needles,
etc., for all makes of
Try a Mliite Sewing
Machine before you
buy they are the best.
idols & Harner,
107 n. Main St.,
lief out aine, O.
There will be a Cloak Opening at L. &
A. Wissler'B, next Tuesday, November
1st. For one day only.
Jardiniere 9s and np, China Hall.
25s lamps 192, China Hall.
10c bird seed 4i, China Hall.
At Cost For Spot Cash.
Husking Gloves, '
Guns, Revolvers and Ammunition,
Paints, Oils and Oil Cloths,
Carpenter Tools, etc. by
10 4 4tei Marquis Habdwabb Cc.
2,400 matches 9c, China Hall.
Flower pots cheapest at China Hall.
Jardeniers at cost, China HalL
50c band rings 35s, at China HalL
Winter is near at hand, Wi6sler'a will
have a Cloak Opening next Tuesday.
O ie day inly. Come and see the styles.
14 inch scrub brushes 10c, China Hall.
Willow wash baeketa 35c, China Hall.
rh nrumi activity in cash wheat for ship
ment is something remarkable. The move
ment has never been equaled except during the
Leiter deal, when speculative manipulation
and rumors of war made tne conditions aD
Drvin preparations simply develop dry ca
tarrh; they dry op the secretions which adhere
to the membrane and decompose, causing a far
more serious trouble than the ordinary form
of catarrh. Avoid all drying inhalants and
use that which cleanses, soothes and heals.
fiSv"Cream Balm is such a remedy and will
ure catarrh in the head easily ana pieas-
ntly. A trial size will be mailed for 10 cents'
Urge for 50 cents. All druggists keep it. Ely
Baothers, 56 Warren Street, New Xork.
Cincinnati. 'October 27. Flour Steady.
Pinny $3 05(S.3.55. family 2 ft0ffi2.7d.
w neat uies. so. z reu orHoyu.
Corn Firm. No. 2 mixed 3414c.
Oats Strong. No. 2 mixed 2tic.
Rve Firm. No. 2, foe,
Lard Easy at $4 77J4.
Bulkmeats Steady at $5 15.
Bacon Easy at 50.
Rnt.tcr Market was auiet. Fancy Elgin
kr? amery 24c, Ohio 1518c, dairy 12,' 2c.
Eggs Firm at 14c.
Cheese Market was firm. Good to prime
Ohio flat at 9(i9Xe
Hogs Active, at f3.003.70.
October 27, 1898.
Should be in every family
medicine chest and every
traveller's grip. They are
invaluable when the stomach
is out of order; cure headache, biliousness, and
11 liver troubles. Mild and efficient. 26 cents. 1
That Mann iqihq
mm iiiuuu uuiuu ui uiuij iuiui
FfcOM 1833 TO 1837,
In Assets, Surplus,
Interest Earnings, New Insurance writ
ten, Insurance in Force and Dividends
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COLD WAVE COMING
And you are without warm
You should call and inspect our stock,
while it is full and complete.
Is our motto. See us before you buy.
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