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I.OV.1 1. llll K) IT I Ji.S.
II rum Moriilni; l'Jlltlon
K II Croslcy 8toped oit Sunday in the
K. llooier, ol Uilnnn, was In the city ye-tenliij-
It J Fo.itir, of C'incninali, wiu In tlie city
llnrrj Mei'sa, ol Cmcliiniiti, appnt Sunday
in llu (ily.
It S Howard, of New York, Sundayed in
Utms tlotrmim, ol C'liica0, 19 stopping at
Jere Itotunson arrired tram lobiuson,
Knn , yislerday.
II. Ii. Kockheld, of tlie Arcadf, rcturnpd
home Inat night.
('tins II Watlz and .1 I.. Hull, of Day Ion,
arc at (hi? I.aouda
John Gilinort, of Kuon, was a idlest at Ini
Sl Jameii yesltrday.
I'iprtu Wickerdham and wife, ol Ui-llefon-tninc,
3nt Sunday in the city.
Mij Sunjnc, of North I.wilmr(j, i riail
ii)K Inenila and rclalivca at New Carlisle.
The new Un cent delivery slumps can be
lijc.il ou postal card', the same as on letters.
Mrs Ixriitc HoUrlsou, ot Hamilton, is in
the city attending the sick bed ol hermothtr.
J F He uly and Ii. J. Hardin, nl Dayton,
wire anions t lie. visitors in the city yeslir
day S I) Hiker departed for Iios Angelos, Cal.,
Thursday via the Dei' Line and the Atlantic
& 1'iuitic route.
Mr Chas tiuenther, Jeputy shenlfof Day
ton, ilrupfitil in at lli(0 luadiiuarters tor a
short call, lust eiening.
J. 1 1 liiktr, one ot Clark county's most
lmtli ul teachers, U to marry Miss h'rnma
(ill, of lltllniri, next Tuesday.
The alarming increase of diphtheria at
Ho irsrille, Ureene count, has ntcessitated
the closing of the public schools.
John Iltxon, a well-known young rail
roader, formerly ot Urbana, was killed on his
train at Creston, Iowa, on Saturday.
Cards are out for the marriage ol Uev J.
I llishop and Miss Sallie, daughtir ot Dr.
and Mrs. 0. V. Kennid), Ytdnesda), Oct.
frnlerick Wdrde, the tragedian, will ap
arHt ItlaA's opera house Wednesday eve
ning, (Jit. 28, and not the 18tn, as stated in
Cl( meut, sou of Fred I.etfel, proprietor of
l.elld's lUning mill at Sl. l'ans, accidentally
shot himself while out hunting ou Friday.
He died instantly.
Ii. S. Maloy, principal of the Selma schools,
was in the city SaturJa) tor the purpose ot
helping to organize the Clark County Teach
ers Heading Circle.
Will II Watt, of Fort Wayne, Ind, has
been lu I lie tit) fur a few days, visiting his
parents He n turned last night, accompanied
by his sister, Miss Nellie.
Mrs i:ii7ilictb Ogltvie, whofell a few weeks
since and shattered llie bone ot her lei t arm,
is ruovering from the injuries sustained as
rapidly as can be eipicted,
rrauk M 1 ral, who gave bis democratic
friends a In mil of cabbage after the election,
will shoot his owl today and serve It up for
turtle soup tu the same parlies.
K-tlii'l Toivnship Teachers' Heading Circle
tut t at Donnelsville Saturday to hold the
lirst meeting. The president, J. A. llershfy,
presided, and a very interesting programme
was carried out.
Tin station house slate had the following
names this muriiing Milton Myers, plain
diuuk, takm by (Jlhcer Wuskey, Chas. Do
lau nud Wm. l'owers, both plain drunks, la
kui by Cbitt Walker.
The duik that the Lord sent to Hob
illiams, some time ago, proves to lie one of
Dr. Hussell'e decoy ducks. The doctor has a
pair ol well trained decoys which he uses to
guol tiled in the hunting mason.
Outside of the nil)' Clark county has
1! 1 u rrsous lidding teachers' lertili
liditis. During the past year between
4uii and 00 applications hate beeu
lunde for mtilitntes, Five applicants wire
hi fore the board of i lamlners Saturday,
Win. link, in ijuarrel with Asa McCrea
at Ststville, on Wednesday night, struck
the latter wllh a stone, knocking him sense.
Use Hetk uflerwards boasted that he had
put one rt publican out ol the way. He ii
the mine link that Has tut by Hoberl Scott
at I'rlmim Ut fall, and is under arrest.
Mrs lillla Tucker, who keeps a house of
ill-repute ou Factory street, was raided by the
ixillci' on Saturday night. She had a little
Imby in her arms, which was taken to the
statiou-hiiuSH with the muther. This is a case
where a society for the prevention of cruelty
to auimali and thlldreu could do good
luiiArnr ha m ii I. hs.
A Hun TliriiiiKh the. Miami ally Halt
Irroin Moruliiir lillUnii )
A flying visit to Troy afforded the last op
portunity of last weik's note gathering. One
Is Imprrsii d with the winllb and beauty sur
rounding this dillghirul county-seat by Bur
T"ying, from the car windows the level
prairie and suhslantl.il farm buildings that
meet the eye for several miles before riach
lug the town. The fertility of the Miami
valley Is here ill 'played In a favorable light.
The handsome square, wide and abundantly
shaded stieets, substantial public buildings,
and tasty residences surrounded by large
yards, nre evidence of the thrill and reliability
of the tlllteusof Troy, and the well-eitulppid
trains and vehicles from the surrounding
country show that like prosperity is the re
ward of everyone who Is making an elTorl to
be one of the world's produiers,
Hesldes (arming, the raising of nursery
stock Is extensively pursued In the sulurbs
of the town. Many ol the citirens of Troy
deioto most ot their time to the tree and
small fruit huslniss This is the mason lor
making deliveries The past week several
parties went wist, and Saturday a party of
tour pas-ed through Springfield en routu to
I'hilalelphla to deliver a Urge shipment to
Agents are supplied with outfits consisting
of a dozen to fifteen cylindrical bottles, va
rying from nn Inch and a hall to four inches
In diameter, niuly arranged in a leather
Balchel made for the purpose These bottles
contain thoue specimens ot the
fruit represented by the agent.
The fruit IS well preserved, being
covered with alcohol. The agent alio carries
a supply ol card photographs of the dillerent
varieties of fruit represented. The cards are
about the size of ordinary stereoscopic (ards.
The seat i f justice of Troy is one of the old
est buildings in the town, but the corner
stone Inr a new building has been laid The
city hall is one of the must modern and best
eq,ulpied found in a town of its sire in west
The high school building is a handsome
brick, containing all modern improvements,
and snl 1 tu be the bt st lighted and vi ntilated
school building in the state.
"Springfield Kvening (!l,unK.Hn ( m.ii two
cents," is one of the familiar expressions that
a Springfielder recognlres in the news-boys
give vent to their desire to deliver their
Mr. C. C Chatric, of the firm of Chaffee
.1 McKnight, and a former Springheld boy,
will soon lead to the altar one of Troy's fair
Mr. MtCkey, formerly superintendent of
the public schooln of Troy, is eHensively en
gaged in the tree business. He is novt in
Missouri arranging for the delivery ot a large
shipment of trees recently made to "that state.
IXOTIiriC SKAT .11)11.
llmNeu rolled Fun e Capture n llilernml
IttH ot er Ntolen Property.
Ir rum Moniltii; Mltluti J
Saturday about II o'clock, a. m , while the
family of Luther llaker, living at l.igle City,
near the church, were absent attending dl
Miie servite, the house was burglarized. The
robbery whs not dlscovrrtd until the (family
returned amine in the evening when it was
found that the thief had gained an entrance
by breaking through a indow on the north
side of the bouse. Three suits ot clothes
were missing, a light colored hunting suit
uitli brass buttons, a brown and a plain black
suit, also a Colt's revolver, a bretch-loadiug
Hemingtun shot gun, scabbard nud belt and a
lot of jewelry.
Chief of Police Walker was Informed at
abjut lo'dockthat night, and he with a
special detail, Othcers Mast and Mrklas, took
the case in hand y(sterdny alieruonu, and as
early as I oduk they ha 1 the giuu nagged,
and it proved to lie Hill Jennings, ot Welsh's
arcade. Hill was found at home and was
promptly jaile The olhters then returned
to Hill's room and in searching his trunk
lound the clothing, revolvi r and gun, and all
the stolen property, just wlure Hill had de
posited them lor safe k(eptng, and further
search uncovered a sett ul harm under the
bid. With the gouda lound, the othcers also
took to the jail bade ilson who kteps house
for Hill. This is a second neat capture fur
the new police within two days, and is glory
enough tor the new turce.
Since the above was written, it is learned
that Jennings was met by Haktr on the road
in the morning going out with a sack, and
was seen by a buy coining back with a gun
and the sack well filled. This furnished a
clue which lead to his arrest as stated.
THAI- AMI lit HI IIKIt.
1'rle Mulch "Smith" ami ".Ion" Coll-
leatAniitiitl Tournament Tueilny.
I rum Mnriitiii: hilitluu
Tuesday Inst, the day set fur the annual
tournament, having turned uut to badly, the
date was postponed till the JOlh, and from
the present outlook a larger shuot than was
evsr held in the city will be the outcome.
The programmes tor the enin tournament
hate been Hsuei, They are gotten up in
good shape, but they bavo too many matches
over the American traps to bring out good
scores. It the Xenia boys turn out for the
shuot here, our club will return the compli
ment by tukiug the first train for (Ireeu
county, Tbur.day, Oct. ii.
South Solon had a wry good series ot
matches on Thurslay last, and five ol the
Springfield shots piesented themselves,
though but little prize money was allowed to
be carried away from that neighborhood.
An object that louks more like a "soft
shell snapper" than aiiy thing else may be
seen at Slack's gun store. It Is the. new
model "sneak box, 'just arrived from Chica
go, ad Iressed to Messrs. "Aston" A. ' Dully,"
and for use on the Illinois river neit month.
Now that the leaves have turned it is al
most impossible to see the clay birds as they
are thrown from the trap) at the club rai ge.
The I'errln wools is the back ground, and
before another match some other part of the
fiel 1 will be selected.
Knight., of si, lltiorxn.
Yesterday the k'ulghts of Sl. (leorge, or
ganized among the members ol the (ieriuan
Catholic church, on I.agunda avenue, in
Slay, lH7ft, had their beautiful banner con
secrated at the almve church, Father Nicho
las, ot Dayton, and Father Kress officiating.
At about 1.' o'clock divisions A and 11, of
Knights of ht. Oeorge, of Dayton, arrived,
and led by the (Ireat Western band, of that
city, formed the proussiou, followed by
German Knights, St Joseph and St. Haphial
Knights, Temperance Cadi's, Friendly Suns
of St. Patrick and the St. Kapheal band.
The parade through the striets attracted uni
versal attention, and with banners Hying, Die
elegant uniforms and bands playing was a
The services at tlie church were moil lm.
presslve and were engaged lu by a large as-Hub),
A Long Chase.
Ydlcrday allernnon at about 4 o'clock, on
tlie corner of North and Spring itreeU, Larry
.nler and Ned Cushion had a difficulty with
a rag peddler, beating him about the head
most Irlghtfiilly. A crowd was soon io.
lecteel, and Ocli ers Wilson and McKay ap-p-arcd,
when .oler and Cushion rn,wlth the
oflhers lu hot pursuit. They crossed the
cttek Into Iho woods, where Wilson captured
Zoler, but Cushion rati toward the race with
McKay so close upon him that he jumped
Into the race and swam across. The officer
procured a boat and continued the pursuit, In
which Cushion swam the race twice and the
creek twice, finally escaping toward La
gonda. Chronic rlclnllcn Cured.
AmiLAMi, Mass., Jan. 23, lH8r.
For the last two years I have hobbled
around on crutches. During that time I was
alll.cled with sciatic rheumatism. I not only
suffered terrible pain night and day, but was
utterly helpless Afier using every possible
eflorl to iet well, and exhausting the best
medical advice, I was induced to try four
Allcoek's Poreous PlasUrs. These I wore on
my side, hip-bone and thigh. In one week I
was almost entirely free from pain, and
strength returned lu my palsied limb. I con
tinued using these Plasters with the must
surprising results for three months, when I
became pirfeclly cured, and abandoned the
uso of crutches. Persona desiring further in
formation can address me.
Pustolhce Ikix Ul J, F. Hatch.
A llilef Captured.
As stated In Sunday's paer, a neat tap
lure was made by the police In nabbing (leo.
Stoner, of Newark, who had stolen a fine
gold watch at that place, and was In the act
of bargaining for Its repair at Hufman A
Co.'a jewelry store, on South Limestone street,
Saturday night, Hofman recognized the
watch by the description left with him by
Chief Walker on Thursday, He gave the
alarm and Othcers Milts and Hlzer captured
the thief. There is $50 reward in it.
Sunday afiernoon Olhcer Temp. Wilson
heard cries of distress issuing from the Ga
zette ( Dice, oppctiie the (tinnx-Un I'ni.ic', and
ou going up found two small boys, Mike Mc
Cue and Wm. McDonald, imprisoned in the
olhee. They had wandered in there and a
spring lock fastened the door behind them
Wilsin finally suci ceded in telling them how
to unlock the door, and they were released.
This Is the season for chills and fevers, and
ther is no belter preventive or cure than
Mishler's Herb Hitters. William Cork, ol
Lancaster, Pa, can bear testimony to this.
He was sulject to penudicol attacks and
nothing teemed to do him anv good, t'At
the recommendation of some ot ray friend,"
he writes, "I commenced using MIshler,s
Herb Hitters, and, contrary to my previous
experience, I found that it had at least some
palpable ellect. It thoroughly cleadsed my
syBtem, and I am now completely cured "
Sutrerers from the eflects of quinine, used
us a remedy lor chills and feer, will appre
ciate Ayer's Ague Cure, a powerful Ionic hit
ler, composed wholly of veg -table substances,
without a particle of any noxious drug. Its
actiun is peculiar, prompt, and powerful,
breaking up the chill, curing the fever, anil
exjielling the poUon trum the system, yet
leaving no harmful or unpleasant effect upon
VarcotUs and sedatives murder sleep, the
unnatural snipor Is soon followed by ill ef
fectS Simmon's Liver Iteizulitor removes
the cause of tistlcsiMiess aud sleeplissness by
regulating the bowl, by establishing good
digestion, mid by quieting the nerves Try
It and you will aoon know the blesing of
good health and sound sleep.
"I have been a great sulf rer from dyspep
sia and loss ol "leep As soon as I frel the
hast bit nervous I take a dose of bimmous
Liver Regulator, and sleep all night.
"Mim It HIli ANT,
Carefully nad advertisement ot the Albert
Meduitl Institute. 217-tf
.SKIIVK-LIU: AM) VKJllll restored in
men and women by li'ing Oilmore's Arorfiitic
me. Fur sale by Theo. Troupe, druggist.
"My daughter has taken the medicine faith
fully, Hccor ling to direction", and her hetlth
and spirits are now perlect. The humor is
all gone from her face. I wish every animus
mother might know what a blessing Ayir's
Sarsapanlla is in futh cases"
LADIKS, IN (Jilm.-ri's Aromatic Wine
for neriousueiis and Sleeplessness. For fait
by Theo Troupe, druggist.
ioullcteii Hteact This I
The Voltaic Kelt Co, of Marshall, Mich.,
offer to send their celebrated Klex tro-Vollsic
Helt and other Klectnc Appliances on trial
for thirty days, to men (young or old) afflicted
with nervous debility, lost) ol vitality at.d
manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also for
rheumatism, neuralgia, aralysis, and many
other diseases. Complete restoration to
health, vigor aud manhood guaranteed. No
risk Is Incurred as thirty days trial is al
lowed. Write them at once for Illustrated
What the .Shaken Hellevt About l)l.
ease. They have learniel trom many years'
experience, that nine-tenths of all the diseases
ot mankind arise from imperfect digestion ot
food; lor this reason they have spent years
of labor In preparing the Shaker Kxtract of
Hoots (Siegel's Syrup) and it opjierates like
a charm iu all cases of indigestion.
It is not what we eat that makes us Btrong,
but that which we digest. This is the doc
trine of the Mount Lebanon Shakers. Peo
ple who are weak and languid, tired and fee
tile often wonder. The reason is that the
food eaten does not give strength because it
is not digested. The Shaker Kxtract of Hoots
(Siegel's Ayrup) will restore the digestion to
a healthy condition and drive away the head
ache, the pains in the side and back, the dis
tress after eating and make the sleep afford
II. II. Moore, diuggist at Champlaln, N. V.,
writes "We are tisiug your medicine in toy
family for tunstitalion, resulting from dys
pepsia, with the most satisfactory results."
Use Shaker Tar Capsules Inr coughs,
'lh Homeliest Ainu III Heirlng-Uelil,
As well as Ihe handsomest, and others are in
died to call on I)r T J. Casjarr, druggist,
and get frrt a trial bottle of Kemp s Halsam
for the Throat aud Lung, a remedy that is
selling entirely upon Its merits, ami is guar
anteee) to cure and relieve all Chronic and
Acute Coughs, Asthma, Hroni lntia and Con
sumption. Price 10 cents and $1,
CDSKINKI) TO TIIK HUD Foil FOI'H
MONTHS, and almost blind, aud (uredby
one box of (lilmnre's Neuralgic Cure. For
sale by Theo, Troupe, druggist,
DUllKS Hill I'll. KM.
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense ol
weight in the back, loins and lower part ot
the abdomen, cauaing the patient to suppose
he has some effection of the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of
indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
ol the stomach, etc, A moisture, like per
spiration, producing a very disagreeable itch
ing, alter getting warm, is a common at
tendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Pile
yield at once to the application of Dr.
Hosanko's Pile Remedy, which act directly
upon the parts affected, absorbing the
Tumors, allaying the Intense Itching, and
affecting a permanent curt. Prlca to cent.
1 Hold bjr Ad. tekh.ni Co.
The Nyiiipioiiia or Liver Complaint
are untMlneim snl pain Id the il le, sometimes
pain In the ahoiililrr, ami la inlntakeu tor rheii
iiiatlnii. Hi atiitiiaeli Ii stinted with Insaof apim
tile and eelrktieieft, hosiM, In itje-lieral, rodllve,
sometlmea alternating with lax, Ihe head l troll
Med with sin a id ileil , heavy senaalloii 1 1 hsv
Inc left tin lone soinethliiK which ought tolisre
hewn dons, nlten oolitplalnlliir of weakness, de
bility and low lrlts. rViiueilinpi many of the
above nyiiiitonn attend llie ill,n and at othsr
limn very lew of them hut the I.lver Iseceiierally
Iheorxan moat Involvel.
KFOl'IiATK TIIK I.1VFK AND I'KF.VKNT
llysisln, Constipation, .laundlre, llll.
lions AtlHckn, Chills Mint Frr, llenil-
ac lie, ( oil, , Depression or Spirits,
Hour Stomach, Heartburn,
Tonic, Allcralhc nnil Catliartlc I
Hlminons Liver Keirulator, purely vegetable, Is
the medltlne generally used In IbeHoulli to arouse
lies torpl I 1 iver to healty action
It acts with extraordinary power and effi
caej on the Llvor and Sidneys 1
The action of the Itegulatnr Is free from naunes
orgrlptng It Is mint ellective In starting the so
erellons ot the Liver, cunning the tide to act s a
esthsrlli Whe ii there Ii an eicess of 1,11 lu the
Motnarh the Regulator Is an active purge, after
Dee removal ol Ihe Idle It will reg 1st lh IkiIs
and imparl vigor and health loifie whole srsleui.
fe that you get the (leiiuliie In Wlilti Wrapper,
with nil 7, prepare! only lev J II. el I In A L'o.
Hold by all dreiiulats
X jjiifTcrod Tor more tlmn fiv )?am wllli tntllRes
tloo, bcanoly alile tu ittatn ttit nimjilest foo-1
umn my atoamcli Die litiniliitc cfneation wai
fclmorU Intofprfttfle, and inr whule system waaite
ran get, 1 ) waktrtit and cou!J not Ieep, ami
cniift ijnoiitly iiiurwur Wn ner voids all the tlnif.
I (Jictlne 1 in tteih, ani autlcrcl all t'.c uimal tie
lirtrniuri atUudan. Uon thin terrltt'u iirasfl. Iu
a won), I as mle rable At last, failing lu lunl
relief tn anything eU. I touitnfiitel thetieeuf
Swlft'K ''ciitir 1 Uiktn to lm prove at onct.
1 he meilli lm? Imttl up the atomm h strengthened
the OlKislUe organs, an 1 Mron all I lint burning
ceaieil. an J I ion Id retain food without uiMaulty
No my heitlili in goseil, an I ran e it am limit? In
the nil it' (' fd, An illt.t it without the tdiifht
(wt dllHcnltr I moat c htprfully I ear thin tent I
uionv. bwamu tht ro are huiilreli an tiering ail
wan, and I am sure they can I aa readily healed
Take thu rciidlbt 1 iho Mter eating, InnUad of
before J VMM M INN, No 1. I?j St.
Atlanta, a , May 1-1, lh'.
Free From Malaria.
In the ftlt of 14. 1 4M takt n with a cm of
malarial fever whirh j.r ntralcd me )oih ldy ami
mind I wn.3 druggt 1 after the ol 1 fa lilon with
inert ury an I other mineral mitturti, tint Hltli no
tt'Nsd reiM'Un My health u,i ehaturtJ anlmy
enery gone My lega nd fit t uotil t audi, anl I
hud what ever) li-rily thoight u an drupiy flier.
rm toina alarmed me, and I wan ready to grasp
at any renudy nu(K"d A friend a Matd me to
try S-tlft'a Hi-eMuc I I rocured threi loUl? anl
ro iiiuenced It iie 1 he iwelling wiori nulisl lt,
I have taken the th re Ihuttlrs whkh have ma le a
perfect cure, and I feel like a mw man to lay
Then never wai a more meritorioUH im liclneot
ftrel to mitring humanity It hat wrought
wonder for me Uiiij Junks
Iseeotiurg, Ii el ounty, (la , March II, mS
Fur aale b) all drujghln
Treatlne on Hluol and kin IMseanes malted free.
TIIKSWIH HI'HIHC ( O,
N V.n: 2MKI Iirawer ( Atlanta (ia
1)1 US I Nllot.ie rominutil of ei cutluii of
Dale inued from the court of common pleas of
4 lark county, Ohio an I to me ill recti 1 ind de
llvered, 1 will otter for nle at puhlh auction on
the ireui!H'"j (iMtutheat c rner of hast ami Mound
street, hi the city of prlngtlel 1 Ohio) on
Niitunluy, h t. tl,..l. Ihk'i,
Vt 1 o clot k p m , the following described inort
gaged premise to wit
MtiiMted In the toiiulT nl Clark tttate of Ohio,
an 1 In theclty of S r tignetd and Imiin led And
described n follows
Iteing lot No t 10 a tame li numbered an 1
detdgtialel on William . hit ley'aplatof hln h 1
ditl'iti to the city of fpritigliel I, niui.lt 1 Inly U,
IttnJ, in volume , psigti -), )dat ret or U ol i lark,
Ihe alrure doicribid remUeti will be ottered n
follow a t-irxt, tll t fn I oil of the north hi le of the
preuilieMof lot So t71ii M(ond, hu residue ot
taldlotNo 17HI, and third, as a hole, anl will
be nold In a way that will leallre the moil
Kie above dtutcrlbtd premlpes a) praised an fol
low! rhe .M'a f et oil oi the mrtn n! l of the
I reinla a of lot So "10 hi raistd at S- (XH)
1 ho residue of ahl lot So I,71U ai praised at
Hi whole of aai 1 lot So .1 10 appraised at
Hald above det r be I reiiiioes to I e hoI 1 h) or
der of the court t f common le uh of ( lurk tounty,
Ohio, in i am So , iu, whertln I lien U Laale),
eiecutrU r ritt wart I a.h , deiravnl Iv i lain
I I ft an 1 John t lUrkley et al are defenuanta
Tenui of ale, tanh
Unit am II Hakkk,
sherlQ of Hark (ounty. Ohio
Piunoi I- A Joiinmin Attornc v S' J lh o
I)UKUAM to the command of an etecutioii ol
aale Iniiietl fruiu the (ourtol ( uiuiiion 1'Iras of
( lark coin ty, Ohio, aud to me illrecte 1 an t d
llvered, I will oiler lor sale at public auction at
the Mouth door of the Court Home of a il uuutv
in the cily ol i rlngtiel I, Ohio on
Mtttinln, sSovemlier 7, A. 1. 1HM",
atone o'clock p m , the following de cilLcd
mortgaijel preiultea, tu-wlt
Mluaied In the county ol (.lark and Htateuf
Ohl, anl city of pprhigtteld, a I bounded and
deirlttd aa followi, t wlt
llelng pa t of Ihe northeaot quarter of Mellon
number thirty tin 1 i.( , township nututer live
L ran Kt nint J M It a , htflniiliig on the eatil
ul le of the "pringrtel 1 inJ Chflon tururj ike ( Ulit
and one-fourth In'i ftet auiilh of what watt for
intrly William I imlot'i north line thence jaral
lei with a 1 1 north line and eight and one fourth
fHj feet therefrom 1J4 h one hun Ind and
filly ,l'-l)l left thenca S Jl4 forty live I 1
leet, thence N '. W one hundre 1 and fifty
jlMij ft it to thee mt line of auld hirnpik thei te
with the name S ' r forty five ii feet lu the
place of I egluulng 1 elng mine pieiufra ton
veyul to vat ) W m K W hi e by Jame V .'oc.1, by
deed date 1 November .. lt
Hiid aUtve dt icrlUd remlnuaai ) ratted at 8l"KJ
Hild alsove deacrib d ( re nUea to be Mild by or
tier of the Court of (Vimiuon rieaaof Clark county,
Ohio, in cane So 7JI1, wherein Andrew W Mam
ma la plaintlil aud W m K, hlte et al are vie
feru.i ol aaltj-l aah
Wll.ll VM II HAKKIL
hii.rin ul tlsrk Luuuty Ohio
Auo ViULlk. Atlgrutj, i'tU o
ji&d' m W
. -iTSmsW N
We f.re showing a magnificent line of DRESS GOODS.
New Shades in all the Leading Fabrics, Buttons and Trim
mings to match.
IDTO-W OUST 13TSlPJL,j&rZmn
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
In all the latest and best styles. Do not fail to see our assortment
of Cloaks. It is the largest in ths city.
CARPETS ! CARPETS !
Afl finn yards new and desirable Carpets to select from, the
HUsjUUU largest stock in Central Ohio. Our prices are the
lowest all the time.
BLACK BROTHER, & CO.
UK AD AC HE
CHILLS and FEVERS
PAIN in inn IJACK & SIDES
KIDNEY AND LIVER
rOK SAI l 1IY At 1. IiR'JGGiZlS
I he (irnuine hat 1 rade Mark and crosied Heo
1 hum n m rapper
TAKK NO OTHER.
"I ache all over'" What a common ex
preiori.and how much it rriearis to rnany
a poor sufferer I Those aches h,avo a
cause, and rroie frequently than, esgener
a ly suspe ted the cause is tre Lever or
K dnejs No d '.ea'o is more pa nful or
serousthar Vrce, arjd no rem,edy is so
prnrnpt ar J e"ect :o as
Nd ren- i i I as y t been d -f,it
is -,o e'T t vo r a'l K DNEY A )
LIVER COMPLAINTS MALARIA DYSPfcr
SlA, etr , an,d yet t s s mp a and Yvn
kss be tnco an,d rried cal sk II ha.e
corribined v th v.on,derful success tose
lioibs wh chj nature lac prov ded for te
cure of d 'Pi o It strengthens aijcf in
v goratcs Ih,i3 v ho'o sy tern
Hull lilsllrllahtfVIIIH, the. lliltlMMllnIeftl Con
Krt-en.sn niit nn t, ti.if 11. ii it U-r "liowas
surT(rln.r Irnin lnluMti n anl kulny iIimami
Irj Misblir'sllrrli Hitters I Minn It lll cure
roil I LateUMlltf, rl Uiiii.I -tu. niii.UUcT
tlon Of thee klilur) sml ll la th. n,ni.t bli lerllll
com! iie&tluii if iiie-,tliliial Ii, rlM I (trsaw "
MIHIIIeEH HEIII1 DITTER8 CO.,
025 Commerce) L't , Philadelphia
Parker sPleasmt Wr-nPyrup Never Faili
,..n ...., ...i,..,, mi. ir iiiAt rnn iv rfinmen I
lla 1 ualnw r nlur I re. w.-k rar ir lit i fun 4
mrTrryi i t.aiulriiliT leiiiiili II) h.Il,r M
i s 'arlely e.f ljle.s sli I rleis. h.,1 1 l.y lloWlnt
lem e ysti, if lleeam of wirt)iLn Iniltstlolis
rHinAoo nnaptTT en., nninnso. in.
it... .., ...... . .. ..... . . .. . ..
25 YEARS IN USE.
Tbi Oreateit Medical Triumph of th Age!
SYMPTOMS OF A
l.iissal ispprlltr IluwuUrusllvv, l'alnla
lbs brail, wllli n dull rnsnilan In the
back parl I'll In under Iho slioulelrr
blndr, I'ullnvss uflrr nllnil. wlllinills.
Incllnsllon la cirrllunor builr orinlnd,
IrrlulillllTuflrniprri I. hit spirits, wllh
frflluiruf hntln nrslre-leel snineiluIT,
Wrsrlurss, lllnlness. 1 lutlerlnir nt Ihe
llrart. Ilom tirlnrnllia eirii llemluche
oTr Ihn rlslil rjc. Ursilessness, wlih
Birul ilrrn ms, II In lilr colored llrtue, au4
CONSTIPATION. , ,
TOTT'fJ l'III.s nrn rspeclally adnpteil
to smell rases, mm clnsu nlcets eucli a
1 ray Inrrraso I lm et lirlllr.so I cause the
body If. 'I o ke uu I lesli. Uius llij ssstrni Is
noiirlshril.un t I jrihiirTniila Acllnii on
I ro Me- I I rli'i,J"(. II HlnrrevM..Hi.V.
TUTT'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILL&
HftiHitm llm li.il Iiuitis henltli) tlesh
Btronliu'ii', Dm wink n lr tin' ete of
Ihu Sl.u'lll Ullll liliro iiiiHsi uieii luteal iei(ise.iu,
...f .... ... .-. . ... ...... In. Ii.n.i. I... ,1...
tones llie! HIT! Oils HI stUH, llll llfOraUes tlirt
tralu, and limiarts tlio vlior of manhood.
iraui, anl limiana mu vi,;or oi uiaunuuu.
1 1 . sol I ley ipiereUta .
ijVItU Is if urr t)l. New ofH
1Jl Ji Y&j$j$
sSaaA HI I V4rT4 J1
m Jill I t Umin wm
vJ r rvV'
BLACK BRO. A CO.
Superior St., Next to Postofflce, Cleveland, Ohio.
Chronic, Nervous, Skin and Blood Diseases
hiKC'Ctwfiilly trcaleil niion
The Latest Scientific Principles.
)!. ALUKKT I MAItKUGE.
lis' llnrotrre.l lh. Krcii unireln thsworll for
ril(i,(i.s in Iho lis a an 1 limbn Involuntary ell.
char. en, luii'iUiii? ki iituI ele illity nvbiisuiu,
Isnerno-, reiiifintion of i Iphs psiiiltstiem of the
heart, tlml Illy, ireiiil. Ii j, .IIiumi-h if slht ir
irldilinriui, dlteemei ed the. ho I throat, noe or
'ki" slIeictloiM of ill. Iiv.r leinj, iiomuli or
t,owri-tho.H tirnl.le. elm le n arlsliu from the
eMItarj hshlia of youth ..inl e.cre.t irHrtites
lillethtlnii their in t ran. n h s or an IcIi.h
lloni ((.neUrliiK msiriac iiiikmiII.Io
TIkwo diiilirlrii; from NtTToiit Debility, the
yuijetotiiBuf HhlctiHra ilull iliitrttwii ml ml
which unfit tlii'm fur erfr inK th?lr LusInpcij
urnl ftocla! iIiiUpi mike hitp nmrrliitcfs lmPus
ul Me, illilrtv- th nnin ot Hit Yatx rau-lntt i
"""i""i ui , ii pitftiti Mt oi jj r 1 1 c vii inn
UxlinKi toMArlkt fiar Inaiut, ahort breath
lorn nicUiithoiv Urn "utily ( ntMiiy anl
hve a ( reftrente tn e alo e f-t linn at tire I in
the luornliiK tss whtu r tlnnfc, luit m jiihosxl,
white ti iiits t?oiibi ii ths- inn i r iiiim,
tremlil uti tonfn mu nf thouhti waltry anl
woaWev Jyiii. (.u-ti iti ,u i j t,rss pain
anl e k ien in tht Imb i U , ahvuii consult
lli AlUbitT luiiiidiaLeir an 1 b restored to
KPILKPSY OK FITS
I'o-Illwl) CnrtMl l) a t iind er
fulliii Mt'tlMH.. ami a (iuarauleo
l'or-uim HullM'.l In llealltt by (Tiilenriivxl l'rrtn m Vli Keep Trltllne with Them
Mini lh uftr lutitli, C.l Ine riUiitium nnil Injiirloua Cotn-
hmiii(Ih( sIioiiM AiI) IiiiiueiliHttily,
)LM I I IT A M I P pPniTU I'erftMtM looidcan which have been i.Klerted or tinskill
lriU IVlVA DIjlJ jI IV no fullytretid No oxpertiueiita or failure I'arties treated
by mall an 1 express h it when t onilble pernoual co&a tatlon i preferred
'"""JtilZn&Wi DR. ALBERT, CLEVELAND, O.
Mason & Hamlin
IG4IremontSI.Boiton. 4GE 14th SL Union Sg),
N. T. 1 49 Wabash At., Chlcigo.
"noCAi, DAI U
Clftin ecu Iho
Head. A 1 1 n y s
I ii II n ii: a t ion,
Heal I lm .Sore,
It o I n r et the
Sense of Tnnle
.Smell. A (JiiltU
v tv otnt al aruiKisii tf ents h) tiuil rejf
Utere 1 'ii 1 far rrular amj Ir by mall 10 eta i
f HKHHH Itruiiiflsts Dweryo N
111 11 1P I. Ill (I llll II fir I lit f III llll ell.'
e:iv, i f ilii tlnoil mnl liui-' mil f n tlm
sieel i in of . x . i . ( hi f i ( lU.fli-, it
Ini n i iiil. I I 1i m 11 immti'-,
llerkllll 111,. I Willi ' omit linio
llr i 1 leillll II till 111 i NpeiMin , II H lire!
( ilil ami ( nii.li f: r two or llm
nn. nili. I In. in in think tin re woiilel lm
n i li in.', fur llie lietlir M) nth nt mn
1)111) llllllte el to l l'i In ii 1'iiloril,
I proiuuela liotlK , nnil In (,-in laklnirit. It
Cured IVTy Cough
In fun flu fin.) Imltli i ii-eil, mill .
r 1 1 ii i iiiiin mi In tills " a. ,1.
Dim. lilil-nii, l iii , ri!i " I lm
prill.' I tueil. iimii re ( nlil, wlile Ii silt Inl
on mi luili,".. In tlirn it i It liie.'iniii
iinivt sli ills at It iiml ilnful foi nn- In
liriilln. i i 'ii h n- ili'i I p. i
Imltli uf Ai i'. ( In in l'i i lm il in I n
Iiroinpll) ri In Mil lunl inn llu ii u-i "
Ayer's Gharry Pectoral,
I UU Mil I' ll
Dr J. C Aycr & Co , Lowell, Mais.
Fur Mill Ii) nil Uriih'Ms.
Ii layman j fl IplB "
Kflyy f im.
A 1 1 K I . I Mil I IKIIll I..
For f nti rprlsc, ii.Ii an I ii At-tire tn pi I
suih K'ool as wi'l i;i" tlif t'mli silisfm tlon,
Ad llikliaus ll', ll.r ilrui-Yii-t', If a I al
coni'('tiii n l)r llo-ankii U u,U nuil I inc
Hyrup, lartau It's llie list inr In lie on tin
market for loughs rolelii croup ami riniar)
consumption, Price 10 itnts and ti. haui
frel istruns or youtiu men rontfroplatlrtic
marriaK1 aware of hyuical noaknew Un of I'm
crett relontrtt ImiMitencr or any other llrtinl
IfWati i- ( fuJiJy reljpTel JI who (lares him
M)fuudrthi (areof IML Al HHil may mnliila
In tut tion r hr tcejtleuian and confidently rely
Un hiiiiliill aVa j ujnielan
Icumtiliatt ly cund an 1 full Uor rentortd Ihti
dlmrMnitiiiK BtHlction whldi rendeiH life a l nrden
and marriage iiii,eiiilU. is I ho erialty pality
thfl vii tin f Impruiior InduUent-e The most
(haute must i knowledge that the puuloni ar
the )in at uiHxnct hj hlrli the w lioJt world f at
traded luniruy theui and wliat have we Man
Is ro longer int rtJited tn the opponfte nm the In
terthauite of that blissful reiMrte which attratta
and (fitreets the whole world fiiata no louder,
man tedru to he lut (nxl inadt him the world
U no IiMii.fr lntertstttiiR to him anil r morse and
disjipt-n nt infill art liii ciiiiitUut companions
Commit UK Al Ml Ul at once and oti will find
the n) mpttiiy ami rt-lief that you MiitlveIy re
quire YOUXG MEN
hohae leioiae Ictlms of nolltary vir, that
die fm ani dtatructive habit, whkh annunlly
bb to an iinim'lv Rrate tboustndsot youi g
men ot i xalte I tli t jnd hrliliaiit intellect, may
call with In I (otifldusLe
DK Al 111 KT allrtnHea all those who hire In
jured thcnirMrlten hy improix r Indulgence and
MfliiAJv hahi which ruin both mind andlsody,
unflitiiij them for huaiLeai, study, society or
MTlllTinrlfVllin (II Oon. .
auel Fsr,i.b inr IIhit,i (
una viuviie. or i tvxii. u , .
lnpi ai)torA,,( to l
Ulnisll r f.a Ko' I
IK, llll" IL 1MJCU' . Ubt r
Luau. 11UU19, luuticusai i
k LhI1liis ttio luiTiil at el
j . . "r .eipplles Isralee I'ovi i
i fTl ET CK nne.rliiirlromciuiiU.i
Issi s sV 4 BM S t i.ulKrt.1 eliclr be.x I
nail InOlt. UAr.TElitllaON TONIO a f am
'Peelycur. . i lies a i Itar, healtliy cowple tin
"rt iue.nl atttiu4s at tuunterrfi-Itln onlysel
otticpu,) tUrli) uftlio orlfrlnsl. to iiot cxpirl
J'llUVettliel t ItlUlNAL A.ND JIEST.
(hwdt joura.lJrMsto'lbBlir llsrt.rM.1 no
l-t.lj)iu Mo.lor oeir-DBIJlM HOOa."l
fn.lr f erc..ud lwfal inform 'i- fis.a
ESTABLISHED IN 1836.
Wh. II. OEi.iT. MaaTiM M. Uiiiit,
WW. GRANT'S SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
Lard. Baiwin and Hani
BAKER Ai CONFECTIONER,
193 W. Main St.
I'resli llreml, Cate, Iiolln, I'Ich anil
CniiitlfH iihiaji on IiiiiiiI.
i; I i iti ll
I r i lull I. .ill
t. i .). et I" of.
- . r i .e I w ri il
ll 41 1.. i vrn .ill r.
i. . i. .1 le lil
l.iu r t iiiurndlu
1 I Ullllsni.. I I 11.,
Sjn uif, S 1'
5Ully tli hw in
rut Sl I'".
POPHAM'S ASTHMA SPECIFIC
For tlio cure ul S1IIMA Kj.Ubll.litJ lMly,
Trlsl paekaita frrm
T. I'OI'illM A ill,, l'rui. l'lillnilvlilila.
Iki nnt fill to trr tleli 'I Iruillil pre arstlon If rou
bavfelnlti ilt lire attiltiK from A.tlima, liaj re.er
onliriiilc lliouililtl. It I. a Ipusnt Inhaling
rcinclr, ttotnK at onre to llie ..st ot i1l..a.e; re
iuotihk ihe miiru. or phlrvui, rrlaxlnic tha
tUhinrMol His rlit.t, reiiiiutlnif mi torstlon,
anil al.lua llDlu.ellale anil ImsltUs relief Ire u.srv
Icasa lut up In larK burnt, anil sold br drujglin
5."2Z35S JB ,
STl O T 1
jHI YUo.i.ale.4 D 1 I. if
4W cm 'ttA:'
Vfflrici Cilllcil C:
E CiDciaastl !
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