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REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVENlSd MAttCLf 1S8T
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t he rjficiyy vf V ud Ou and u wimk'
cur , art ym h
Neuralgia and Pralis ao 1380-Currd.
Mv wife uf.fsl lSimU.hw itU tivural
iudiaJii.-.- 1 lutdto ui e lur tu
1 nitJi utvl mdiiorx.icf ll tliL timt
ahe had ud ittthirdi t.f a bu'lllv ul M
Jacob Oil ahc t-uuM walk.
From Same 6 Years Liter Permanent Cure.
prmgn.d,Tnn..lM. 17, ifl.
Mv wite huh jutraUAsl and ismld no
Walk a Mi It 1U It :t I Usl it tmltlc of M
Jaoi ?.-ue wiiht-:ut the Imhim' Sh
Is now tntmh well, dr all tbe hoUM
wu.k aud imlklng too
Fran a ScUUc Sufferer No., 1880 -Cured.
Volt Iepot rmumntu Va
Wllell 1 plt JnColwOll toll' I UHtll
tl uiih Mintira now I am Ruing mNhii
the twin with fftc H fm 1 cot it I
could not be iiiut-.l 1 w nt to tlit taMa
From Sime 6 Years Later-Ptrminent Cure.
s-crtt li.t, ltittuim .W a Ot S, 1n
1 wu twtite U.s on mr Imt k with
rheumatism in the hip. othing r Uv-
me till 1 pt bottlo ot M. si-tents oil
Three- times rtiM ing an.l I na 11 lo
walk, aud il tmallj .imsl ma
Nrurmlcin, Ttlirntiiatloiii, Spain,Cnrrl.
Tower Hitt, pnmt x ,Vi t
I ha 1 Minetvd )t r with ncurnlpU and
ihfumatim tlay anl n ht wtth u
nLUN and t.jms. 1 raalLHl t.. t m
jaslOi! nhii h manil all tti u c
aiidthevyuiu lo n.rte
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ATDKIGC.IST AND DC1LFXS.
I fill IS A TObCIAK tU. VAtTiaOtS.
RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOR.
A Hunning Fire of Comment on Local
Happenings of a "Week.
Th. Annual Kii1i t" the XX "! -XTtint
XX rtern I mill in XX orlli sjirhiullflil
Brxl :tt. Jut it ImmmI tor In
Tntmrnt XX liere l llnil oil in
Clark omit) A Talrutr.1
8rtli;nll t oimtllHii How
tu liiit ,iriiij.lleM,
Itooni Itrrore the
( ouutrj Note.
The annual rush to the wet has com
merjced, b) jicrsons iho xtlsli to take
Horace fireele' adiice to "irrow up with
the countrx." and others who haeafe
hundred dollars to spare ami would like to
se their nione) luxe-ted in the lands and
Iota of the ne-t Nms of Clark count)
I KEE rnOM OPIATES AND TOXsO.
if fanners, profi-ssional and business men who
If haxe lost their health and workincmeu who
are out of work, form the Rreatcr number
of such emlcrants. borne of the fanners
of thw Mcinitx are selluic nut and gomt
west to re-lnest.
Western real estate U a i;oih1 Imestment
If tood land is -ecured. and at reasonable
priced If Jim can bu) a pood farm with
first rxte o!I in either Kansas or Nebraska
at Ss or S10 an acre, the Imestment is nrst-
rate, because the price cannot fall to double
In ten ) ears. The great Sew an! wid in the
U. S. senate, in one of hi speeches. t,iat
exeryacreof k,hk1 asricultural land In he
United i-tates will be wurth vw. by tne year
1900, If our national prosperit) remains un
checked. With the exception of certain
localities, it looks very' much as If the pre
diction misht be xenfied. We haxe
an enonnous territorj. it is true, but it i
not all agricultural laud, and tsettlemeu is
Rolnu on at an appallnitrrate. When Spring
field and Clark couut) jieople co west, the)
either co to Kan-as, Xebra-ka or to south
ern California. Hundreds of thousands of
acres In Kansas are ironed b) Clark count)
and SpniiKlield holders, while Nebraska is
not far behind. 1 think that Kansas is the
I1EST xi l IITIEn si XTt
In tbe union, with Nebraska not far behind
An) numbtr of people wid tell ou that
there is as .rood Mini in other states as in
Kansas, that Mis-oun i a letter state.witli
a greater diiersit) of productions, etc- It
Is no use. Kansas his the call, and in time
she will be more crowded thxn either Mis
souri or een Iowa or Illinois.
.Mr W K Linn, of this city, who has
deioteil his life to the western land bus!
ness, said a ood tlnnc ou this sulijwt. He
said. "The reputation of Missouri as an
old slaxe-holdine state has injured htr erj
much. The uorlheni emigrant, when hi
takes the train for the west, sleeps, oxer
Missouri and xxnkes upbexond, in Kansav
There is ex er thins in the )opuIaritr ot
a state, and it is to the immense jmpulariiy
of Kansas ami Netirxska ami to the bound
less amount of nexxpaper ailvertisine the
haxe recened. that the) one their marxel
uusiy rapid settlement
It miy not be tenerall) known
that no uio'e land can bt
purchased outright from the
Sox eminent except on certain rare occa
sions when the iroxemmeiit sells a certain
amount of land at auction.
In Kansas agricultural land can still be
purchased from pru ate holders for from
Sj to 51 an acre, but it is beine rapidlx
taken up Some of the land in the thick!)
settled irtiotis of Kansas commands a
price of troui 5i" to So an acre Land li
the southeastern part ot Nebraska, xxhi h
is the garden sjit if tin state. eouiuiHin s
fill') the iatt. r pri e Wes M, Mill, n of
this citx. said tin otherdix "Iwasretent
ly in Kansss ami traxeieil prett) xxelloxe'
thestate 1 found tkAt lands xx Inch xxeir
selling tor 5i or 5.1 per ?cre hxejearsagi
are now bring ng Ss r 510
The Spruigneld nnetors In ueMemland
haxe general'' nude m mex out of their lit
xesimeiits. l'wn s.,ni:1,tij griitlemeii
ought a trat t of lanu near (iaruen I'll)
Kas , srxeial xnr- ago Sexer.il )ears
later the) held the trait of ifio a-re-.at
S3.000 aLd hiiall) got M.00J for It Oixing
to the increase in the size of (Sarden Citx.
the land has noxx- risen in pnee to Sinn jij-r
acre, making the xalue of the tract S18 000
I hear that lloss Mitchell has invested at
least S-IO.tHiO In Kansas land during the
past fexx xears, and that the. Thomases
own Kansas laud to the amount of Sio.ooo
Mr. Bookxx liter's big tract, xxluch Ik
bought from the railroads for a song, is lo
cated in Nibraski It xxas to look after
lalroad sirxe)s in coiinettinii with this
land wl.icii brought Mr ltisikw alter back
from Europe the la-t time. ilr. llookwai
ter has the greatest couhilenc. In the stead)
nix ancement of Kaiisxs and Nebraska, anil
beliexes that the) xxill become txxo of the
leading states in the union. One of the
greatest sources of their prosperit xx ill be
the fact that the Mississippi rixer will gixe
them cheap transortatioii for their pro
duce. There are still millions of acres of gox
eniment land in oxer aiiozeiisUte-, oen to
pre-emption. A desjerate attemjit xxas
made to repeal the pre-emption law during
the late congress, hut xxas unsuccessful.
Aii)')oung man in this cit) ran go to the
west and secure ossession of li0 actes of
land at 51 'JO er acre if he is xxilling to re
side on it for six montlis Tinier the home
stead laxv, laud can be obtained free li) a
longer period of residence. The must as
tounding and unblushing frauds are said tu
be committed under the pre-emption lawn
Parties will tile claims on a iniarter section
of land, ervct a little S10 cabin out uf a
few old boards dig a well eight feet deep,
whether tlie) set water in it or not, break
up an acre or two with the p'ow. sleep in
the cabin two or three nlght in a month,
and at the end of the l montlis
appi fur their deed claiming that T Hi Clark count A tanner torn memo imp pursuers uau. -mvaio .v m,
the" hae fulhlled rer condition for other da) that he belieu-s that at leastSV),- UvlM Monnn' stnvt, Chicago A Kail
secumiK the land s the are will-, iHHUn Bohemian oats proiuKsorj notes road aiullountj map of tlm I nited btates
inK iu moK ; ' , , "V'?
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I eltleil on aniiiiiilrinei iiu-Mini, mm n-no
proof hhmunht to tlieciiiitrar. the lamJI'.
ceneralU iletiietl to tin 111 without furlh. r '
.i.mi..i.' 1 1 ...... nl K.iittir Lr..ntl.tiMi ti
.iU.,fr... .si.riiii'iililtiitheuiMliileil frauilulent. ami ne.sl not tie paiil.
and pre-empted quarter Motions of laud
. . . t 1... 1 '
trip to tlit west ami six mouliis 01 1m1
health) out-.l.Hir life on the prairies will .lo'uii.m oats business sPmnI on a par with a
almost hiij ) mine man kihhI. It is remark rmiibllin: htisiness, or a Iotterj, anil that all
hiutii.t ...,.r ..ar..nt !u nut ii.ick i beir ,
.. .. . .
' w.iw nH ti. thKUiisTTil Iir-41 IITH IIIiaillT
i tl.mv v ir.od farm of 10.0 acres U sure '
to w worth 35.000 before the iloe of tin
I century, an,, now it cat. tn, ha,, almost for
General Kelfer's western IriTtMtments are
(n ehrn.sVA in Ktllicklos'
-s count), near
ssunrrlor This Is in iioutliern Nebraska. ,
ami the land is becoming xerx xaluable J
Warren kelfer. jr.. is managing the ranch
and is meeting xvith great sun ess Dr. Kodg
ersowns a tract of sex eral thousand aires of
ersowns a iracioi sexeiai iiiousnm. nws,.,
I....I li. I'..,... uhli-h Is r.u.i.llx risim. in
xalue If all the xxestrm land which is
owm-dinSnringheld was grouped into one '
txHlx.lt is nrobable that there would be
enough to start a small empire.
To the speculator it is probable that agn
cultural laud at 55 or Slo an acre offers the
surest imestment. Iiixestmeiit in toxxu
lots and in acre propert) near growing
cities Is more profitable, howexer, and otUrs
a larger adxance xxhere a luck) strike is
made. A certain "sprmgheid gentleman
vreutto the west last ) ear and folloxxed
nhii in. tn he xerx safe and sure nlan
nf imesiliir with ax lexr to future riches.
lie traxeledtl rough Kansas aud Nebraska,
wbereur he found a flourishing town xxhh
that). tf lori fitiirs 'r.v! h ntir-
chased a fexx lots, or exeral acres near it. Hiarlie Welcker. our local comedian, dr- T.vp vsp (xtifXVV irliy Ackr
The amount inxeste.1 in each case was not serxes a iwsition in atirst-class professional vvi.-oJv uloo1 XXxXt
large and his entire inxestment would not coiiipxii). His work m the Hoosier t)d.l- fa warranted, is because It Is the best
reach 510,000. Ile said "A few western Fellows was excellent and his sketches de- Blood Preparation known. It will post.
Ijwus will reach a great size, the great xeloned considerable originality, lie is re- tively cure all Blood Diseases, purifies the
number of them will enjo) a fair, stead) umrkabl) ijuick in turning an extempore whole system, and thoroughly builds up tho
growth, a few xxill fall to attain much I witicism. 11 some mistake Monda) night constitution. Kemember, we guarantee it.
growth. In making ni)lme,tiiienls leal-1 ;l;l""' "house scene was joined to F k CobIeIlUt corIlt.r Market and
culateilb) axerages. If one town in three. , half of a wood sceie The result of this ii,,-!, strt-ets
In which I haxe imested. attains a good was that a wild luxuriance of limbs and i
size, and the remainder do not ntterl) fall, i foliage were obserxed to be growing out of In a three weeks' rat hunt near Howers
my'liuestnients will pay asa whole. If I the xtiiiiIoxx of the house. "That's the i xille. (ireene count), Ohio, 10.M3 tat and
hadlnxestedexerxthinginonetow i. there hrst time I exer saw t.ees growing out of mice xxere killed.
would haxe been a nsk of complete failure, the second I stor) window of a house."
Now. I am practicall) certain of success" shoute.1 Welker He afterwards said it, "' K.iate.
The great trouble about investing in
Uximing towns like Wichita and others Is
that as much more) is asked for propert
in and near these cities as it xx ill Ik- worth
in the next ten ) ears. Men xx ill rush off to
the xx est and pa) as much er lot or acre
for land in some little xxeMern cit) xxluch
in all human pi ibahilit) xxill nexer attain
the size of Trbana, as the) would pa) for
lots in Springfield. There are some men so i
short sighted that, other things equal, the) .
seem to gixe the preference to a xxesteni in
xestment because it is in the xxest 1 his is
a grand mistake. It is a good rule tor a
man who desires to iecnlate in western
real estate ne.er to L'ixe liuire than a third
or a half as much for xxesteni real estate as i
he wontil rive fur the ssnie nrooertx in
Oh'o. A successful Spring! eld speculator
said- ln hnxln.' in or near cities ,
the question of the future growth of the
cit) should be closel) studied If )ou con
template purchasing in a xxesteni count)
seat, pick out some count In Ohio or Illin
ois which corresponds in size and rhartcter
to the couutv of xxluch the Kan-as toxxn is
the count) seat. You can then form a i ol oil on me water pro es mat oil exists in
rough guess as to the size the Kansas town , "' xicinlty. The matter is worth inxesti
w ill attain. Next, consider those other gating, at an) rate."
great feei'ers of a city manufacturing and .
commercial-and consider what iveculur ""' inter-state commerce bill does not
xdxantages In this respext the toxxn enj.ixs, prohibit the gixing of passes to the nv
and whether it is likely to become a maim-, lepers. The newspapers would probabl)
factoring- or commercial center i ""- "ut a K'1 ',eal ,1"a,1 lf " 'H'1. a"'1 lf
A little studv of statistics and the historx """J "r' paid cash for the adxertisiiig
of the growth of cities in )our own state.
that you are familiar xxlth, xxill enable uu
to predict pretty accurt-ij "h"' growth
tne municipal rnild is Iikelx to attain The
size which xxill be attaiueil b) a countx seat
xxhich simpl) acts as the business i liter of
county ot agricultural diameter, and
uhns.hnsiiiess..lies It no sn.s-nl c.iimier- .
cial or manufacturing adxantages. cm be '
calculated almost to a nictx. lbeliexca,
xery excellent xxork could lie xxntteiion
"Cit) ology, or the -scieni e of the groxx tli of
Springfield is just at present enjmlnga
solid, stead) boom, which is exeteded b)
fexx of the xxesteni towns xx hose praises are
sung b) the column in nexxspapers who are
w ell paid for the singing. Let the historx.
of Springfield's adxance in population and
importance, and the adxance in ispniigiield
real estate. lie put in cold t) e. and it xrill
put to shame the accounts ot the Ikhiuis of
many western toxx us xxhose praises are her
xldeil all oxer the xxorld. The
Ohio $Uitc Join-mil lias just Oeen
lecturing the business men of Colum
bus on their lack of enterpnse in not
booming their citx on the "w ild xx est" plan
A course of popular rexxspaer letters on
the same subject stirring up the citizens and
real estate oxxners of bpruigtield also might
be a good idea. There is boom enough and
exidence of quick growth enough in this
cit) to attract millions of inonex to bpruig
held, if the facts xxere onl) brought to the
notice of the public all oxer the countrx.
In the xxest the citizens publish pamphlets
setting forth at length the historx and
adxantages of their toxxn, or pax for the
quadrupled editions of their I'H-al papers,
in which the story of the boom is told
What a tiiAL-nlhisunr storx could 1H' bsseil
on the last ten ) ear ol progress in bprmg-
field. Why Is this stor) left untold to the
The most 'noticeable thing in Ohio real
estate just at present is the sale of lots and
land in the natural gas district in Kiudlax.
Lima, and the ret of the toxxns. The
Cincinnati papers are hlled xxith adxerti'e
nients of toxxu lots in Kindla) and options
on Findla) real estate. Land is reported to
luTisiinr at aranl.I ratennil the liloxxim'of
edxertising horns i something wonderful
It ishlghl) probable that the future of
Findlay as for ci-t d bx- the real csiate '
.:e!it is a little loo ros) itural gas i, a '
new thing Ail) da) ma) bilnga reis.rt of wonuron. wie. ue jiiiiiieci uuo a oram
its exlisu.tlun. Then what' But exen ble bii-h and ratche.1 out Inith his exes.
.-i.tmittii.i" that Northern Ohio eoi,t-hw in.
eYhnstil.le sniuihes of nam ml c-.w there
laid tosuppi) it to the whole statt. In
this case ex c r) town xxould enjo) th ad-1
vantages of natural g is and thexarmus
toxxns would haxe prett) equal facilities
for the nexx fuel lf natural gas
tloxxs In imdltnisheil quantities from
Northern Ohio another )oar. xxe will be
melting our iron and fr) ing our beafsteak
xxith natural i;is.
sf x XT lloxii.
It Is doubtful after all Is said and done
whether mitcli mone) is made b) leaxmg
home to inxesL One of the gnattM real
estate holders and millionaires of Cincin
nati said of his own experience "I hxd as
good xxesteni inxestinents as an) one could
haxe xxished for, but after a long life, noxx
that I look back oxer in) business career I
knoxx xer) xxell that I could luxe mule
more mone) if Iliad uixosted in Cincin
nati propert). I could haxe bought pro
ducing priqiert) and bx constant selling
and huing again could haxe kept turning
the mone over and oxer and constant!)
gaining It is an immense udxautnge to
haxe all one's propeH) in the eit) where i
helixes, for thtre his e)e is e-oustantlx
UlnJH IU j
This is something: worth tliifikmir nf
Itisllkelj that the citizen if pringhfM
.. ,. K... u .iri-ttuart (rs CfxrititrliuM ns.,1 .1 i
iiiu wujs 'sjT,ij in jt'iiiir,1" " aim 1111x3
i?Mrcare of It, celling w!uneer poihle
on a margin, will come out aliead of the
man who ruslies out to the west ami miiKs
his fortune In oiuti little outHfthe-wa
Dan Hudil. fonuerb of tliUcit. N de
lUeriiiK a levture on the 'New Cirillza
tlon" in diff.rent par of Ohio ami Imli-
an.i Dm Is aiwajs celtlnc to the front
in some capaclt or other. Mr. Hndd i a )
Catholic ami Ins lecture N of great Interest
to member of that denomination.
1 he decision of Judge While in the Bo-
heiiiLm notes rase attnuteil ereat attention
.1 r.i 1.1 1. i I'lari 1 jiiuiii iiiii ill iiii
"".",' .. . .1.11 . f... f... l,t
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the RreMermimlRTiif farmers arewailinc
to lie iue.1 on tlie notes liefore thej ill pa)
iImmik triixtliur that till'
notes will lie ile-
ti.i ,1... i.i..(. im. im i'iim I11 .eritl
This ilisKlim In. lieen cien In seeral
I tlnio jiuli;es. The ileciilisl that the Ilohe
ill m coniractisi tor ineseoais were mves
. ..!! ! nll.l HI..I ilidt Iij iiiiiIihIii niiiilil
lii 111 IIIU Aim Uirtl itir miiiiunii x..4t..
not te eiillwteil b law, asthej tame under
the definition of a gaming debt. Judge
While;, exceUent .leei-ion I, that : the ; nirte;
uwi oe ;aii worn in iur iriuu- n u imur-
rem pinj mis win c-ium- uie h,hyuwhh
In this citx who haxe bought up a lot of the
notes for a fraction of their xalue. to jump
notes for a fraction of their xalue. to jump
for jo), gixing them a chince as it does of
securing the face xalue of man) of the 1
Kexx pi-rsons lixx e any eonceptinn of the
. - , . , , , :. -." -
T.it extent to which the llohemiau oats
swindle xxa xxorkisl in Clark count). The
hrst ) ear, a few prominent farmers xvete
gtxen an opportunltx by the sharks to make use. Softens water, saves labor and soap.
a fexx thousand dollars The news of these Added to starch Increases gloss, prevents vcl-g-iins
spread far and wide, and the next lowing-. 5c.. lOu, 25c at (.rocorctrugslsU.
xear the Clark count) farmers took the bait
li) the hundrisl A prominent farmer saxs
that contracts for these oats
to the extent of at least S100.000.
xxere entered into lij Clxrk county fanner.
Kor a long time a gang of these agents
boarded in this city and xxorked the count)
on the installment plan. The corner of
Limestone and Main streets at that time
presented some of the excitement
inuuuiru mm oi .soiiuaiupioii. wueie owe
steps out of the postolllce into the !.
I W ' "' raiee his turn to dance a jig In-
tead of throxxing s.lxer saud on he floor
to dance on he brought a comicopla of
rocks and rattled them out on the stage In-
stead of sand. He was th life of the per-
formance. Tom Hill's Uncle
Cabin" sketch was xerx good.
"If natural gas or oil are exer di-covered
in Clark count). I think it will lie in the
L ittoiii laud xx here the brigade encampment
xxas held last summer." said Mr. W. K.
Calhoon the other d ix. "I Used frequentl)
to take xx alks in that xicinlty some ears
noticed an oily hlu. on
of IJuck Creek on sex eral
xxhat it xxas
I did not know ju-t
at the time, but after seeing
some streams in the IViins)Ixania oil re
gions some time afterward, I learned that
It must haxe lieen oil xxliich I had seen on
Buck creek. I beliexe that that is the most
like!) place in the xicuuty of Springfield to
b.ire for gas or oil The presence of films
the) do for the railroids.
-Xirs. Ikr I.A.....r ., wl.. U. f.M.
Souihem California, has purchased txvo
handsome lots In Santa Anna.
A xxanl xxorker xxent to a prospectixe
candidate in this city theotlier day and
truck liini for 51 for the beer fund for the
"o.xs. 1 lie prosMs?tnecamlidate organ
ized himself into a Wrtr.terl.an tableau of
withering character, and hissed In tones of
thunder. "Millions for defense, but not one
cent for bet r."
Carrie Swam, sister of Mr. Ignaatz WIs
ler. of this cit). is p.i)lng xxith extrauidi
uarx success in Australia.
Great efforts xvere made by two )ouug
medical students of this citx to get for dis
section the bod) of CliHs. Boxxser, xxhose
recent tragic deed is tiesh in the minds of
all As the) could tind no legal means by
w hich to get Nissessou of the cadaxer the)
had to gixe up the project as a hard iob.
"springheld nuug lailies think that II. It
Mautell, wlioplajtsi "Tangled Lixes" at
Black's this season, isalMiut thel.andsomest
)oung uian on the stage. A bpringtield
gul said that man) of the. yiutig ladies of
this city luxe cabinet photos of this uianl)
exquisite, and that his pictures are in de
mand. The retcnt cooking school in this cit) xxas
a splendid success. The net pronts xxere
S15r. There can be no doubt that exer
lad) xxho took a course of lesson, xxill more
than make up for their cost uy an Increased
knoxxleilgeof the art of cooking. Manx
ladies luxe an erroneous idea of these
n.u.l ii... . .tmnl t-l... (.. ..I. ...,!. n. !.....
". -i..."..s. ,rJ iuMViiruiHuuuiii
lN " be leanieil there but extiaxagance.
One lad) xx ho xxas askeil to join said- "o
inueeii i near mat tne n-.acner sa)s tint
a chicken must nexer be roasted until it has ,
been thoroiighlx xxashed in lemon juice " j
Her idea xxas wrong, of course. No cook
ing teacher xxouhi suggest such a thing. A i
ltd xxho understands the chemistry of j
cooking can cook far cheaper than those
who do not. A Frenchman can make a
biiiqtiet out of what an American fainilx
"". smlpi) unairs- neu.es smiiieii
cooking as a science. Kxunir.lt
ri',,'r'' "' il' a " '" ",lr ,4w1 n"'1 ll'' was
a nil xx lien lie s.iw ills e) es xxere out, with
all his might and ill tin. He bought a lsit
tleof. saltation oil, and rublml
Tlie II i
rrett I'utitisliinc (onipnti).
A coiupaii) IiienrHirated under the laxxs
of Ohio, is acknowledge.! to do a uot.abh
line business m general publishing, print
ing ami binding, and manufacturing oftice ,
specialties, and to rank xxith the hrst print
ing houses of the countrx in exer) resieet. '
'I he original business of the coiupaii) xxas
established m lsdi. and Its officers at pns- '
eut are IMxxard L. Barrett, president; Fred
W Birntt. ice president, John T. II cc.
-ecretar): and George L Barrett, treasurer,
four tirst-cliss business 'men and gentlemen
to dial xx ilh in exery xxa. The trade rate
them and their work Al, while the c-oui-meri
lal agencies cpiote them as enterpris- j
lug. pushing and successful, ami entitled to ,
creslit for all the) will bii). One of the
sjMs-ial branches of their business is fur I
iiishing luniks, blanks and oflice con en
iencii for usecf count ollicers, ot xxluch a
prominent item is tlie election blanks xxhich I
are used throughout the state, including the
.larger cities of Cle eland, Columbus, To
I ledo. etc. i
LulU", ilo not fail to ntteml the gran.1
Tlmr-s!a. Frnlij ami SUiinLu
liiiplij i if new aiuUh'auliful kkx!y
Teiiiiant.t. Mies emnl' only A 1 hlack-siiutli-.
wosHl-workers. pitnttr ami trim
titer, ami do onlj iirst-cl.ist work.
A set of teeth from 5s up. ltowland,
dentist, Black's opera house.
Archdeacon Bljth Iia been apiHttiited hj
England bishop of Jerusalem.
An Kcellet opportunity.
Pleasant ami profitable einplojment
wurelj awaits a wike-awake salesman who
willuppl) the demind. In this icinlt.
for the New Kewndble Map of the Tniled
btates and Canada and Pictorial Map of
the World, IS7. IsMied h the renowned
null hiihiiv n nil uir lii iili-i ihii null ill
il,.- It......l,li. ..f Mnvin.. .1 ..,., rw.r-Mtn- '
. V. .1
t on of Hartlm
Ion of Hartholili's l.ioerty KnllKlitenln?
.mil the iliv Wousof 'htamlunl
ruilwai time," are shown on the face of the !
mij On the pictorial si.le are separate
rolonsl mait of the orlil. l.iirone. Asia.
North Vnienra. Smth Aniericaanil Mexico.
Also select eni;ra ins, iliai;rams ami statls-
Mrs. Nat C (mmkIwIii, professionall)
known as Kliza Weatherli), is ileail.
.j.wub. -. j - --
m,rH ON 11II.K" TILIS IOr. mad 5e.
Fmall "-, smau doce, big rciului, pleas-,
ant in operation, don't disturb the stomach. ,
. in operation, don't disturb the atomach. ,
"'","', ,, T. "V VlUt -r.-M-,-.
:.-::. ,..i... i x x..w. -.r. ..
,I(L Ilir IU UL UUl('4ba da,('s-..v-s,-. n
powucnouiiuaiii.pl. uoi....vfa -..- -
i article, pure ami clean, sweetens, iresncu.,
,., ,, 'S Mt,., wiihoiit ull-rheet inlury
to finest fabric. Unenualledforfinelinensau!
Ucei, general household, kitchen and laundry
Hill las'. Mi-s Dal) and Bob Miles wcia
the xxinueis of Thursdays races at New
O KalrerTlinn tlit. n.lr--t I.ltl),
Is Minnie in) charming girl.
For one exe in the arbor I xxhispered,
I'se Cliamphn's Liquid l'earl.
X inr' lifts tveell ttontlv olltftilietl in tllfl
.,... ra," I lfililin.lr miiriler Cflse. at SlollX
I Oil, la.
xaluable lnxesiinents. niu may uuy
I a, sen reai tMate but f ou suffer from
b k , ku a,rwtioiis rheumatism,
aclu', '" . ' l'. ",".'
'crick, sex ere pains, sore chest, sciatica, sore
joints and muscles, or pain in any part, ou
cannot enior happiness. Jfii Vnlirs
are prepared from Burgundy pitch, Canada
balsam and fresh hops. AppI) one directly
oxer pain and get instant relief. 2" cts.
Hon. Sam. Randall' district In Philadel
phia has been left Intact b) the apportion"
iiient committee of the house
CATAKHHCUKED. health and sweet
breath secured, b) Shiloh's Catarrh Keme
d). l'rice 50 cents. Nasal Injection free.
For sale b) F. A. Garwood.
Goxenior Beaxer. of I,.'niis)Ixania, has
apiKiluted sht)-one special policemen for
the Cambria Iron coiupaii), of Johnstown.
If a Cough is negleited, it m.a result in
Consumption. (lunch's Mexican S)rup
cures all Lung troubles.
The duchess of Cumberland, xnungest
daughter of the king of Denmark, sistir-ln-laxx
ot the czar and prince of Wales, has
been placed in a mad-aouse.
EULED BY PREJUDICE.
Few jiersons realize how tnoroughly
thevare erinirollel hr prejuduss exen to
ihrii on clisadxantaee 1-or uianv xears
the treatment of rheumatism, neuralgia, I
sciatica and headaihe has been bx somt I
outxvard application, and, therefore, with
out stopping to think, that the origin o(
these troubles nicf, from necessiic, be in '
tenia), the wearx siilierxrconiii.iiei to rub,
rub and tind no relief. Athiophorosis taken
internallv, and as a prcof th ct this is the
cornat principle, it ciirsurelx andquiek
Ix. 'Ihe statement of those who Auie bfm
cured ought to convince the incredulous.
Mrs. .Manlia Tenner, of Ixindon, Ohio,
caul: I haxe been one of the greatest suf
fer rs from rheumatism. Kor two xears I
Mill, red ncrxlhing but death. In "lact, I
nexer expected to lie well again. Iiul here
I am, wdi and duing lioiise-cleaning
Wile n I was sullering so li.itl v tm- l!e.li
seemed to Is? witliering axvax. For a xxholi
xcir 1 could neither dress or undress nix
self 1 could not raise mv arms or han.l
up to cxiinli mv lnir. I had to be lifte-i in
and out of bed. I was, indetsl, in a helpless
condition. The doctors had donealltlux
could and were puzzled to knoxvnlut tliex
sliould try next. It was at this time I
'earned of Athlophorcis. Assoon as I s.m
ine need taking it I hid a terrible buzzing
in mx head and nausea of the stomach,
xx hie h made it xcry difficult for me to take,
but I continued nil it and sixiii lic-gan to
get relief, llou nine li did xou use, Mrs.
Teimr? I ixe Imttlcs. Have you had
anx rheumatism since? No: and it is now
oxtr two xears
Nncc then I haxe clone
n'X wastungand any other kind of work
1 had to do vc ithout anx bail erlc-ct My
general health lias not been Utter in
Exery druggist should kcei Mldojiiioros
and Athlophiiros i'iiis,bit Hiierethe.c e-au-uot
l ismght of the druggist the thlo
ph iros lo . 112 Wall M., e orL, will
send either (.carnage paid on ree.ipt if
regiiir price, winch is $1.10 er liltl.
lor Uhlophoios .! IHc for Tills.
For ll.er aiel Vi.hie dlsiaMs, ilx.ti.ia in
ihgis.nnn maVnes nervous ilci.ihtx df-.a.c
of woml .ort.llpii ii hendsi he iui(iire
bloo.1 Ac Vlhl .I'liorn. I'iCs are un.siinl.sl j
NO BAD EFFECT.
A I'OlvEltrUI. TOMC
That tlie mo-vt delicate stomach will bear.
V M'ECIHr FOK JUL t KM,
K1IEU.M4TINM, NKKVOVH PKOTKA-
T10X aid all Utrm DineaRes.
l-OK C0LHS K -KIVK II V 11E1A rOl'ND
TO UK LMUdl V &PKC1MC tuperior to
Hellevue Hospital, .N "rnltrsally suc
cessftil." t i-rancis Hospital. New ork E'.ery pa
tieut treated with K isktne has been dis
ch irged cured "
Hev Jas I. 11 ill. Chap! tin lban Peniten
liir. 'ltes that Kaskiue h is cured his wife. (
after twenty ye irs suffering from malaria and
nervous dyspepsia rite htm for ptrtlculars
M Joseph's Hospital. N Y "Itsusetscon
sldered indispensable. It acts perfectly "
prd U Y Holcomb M I.M list 2Mb st .
N late Prof In . Med College) writes
"Kaskii e is superior to -ininliu' iu Us specific
power, and never produces the sMghtest In t
jur to the hearing or constitution."
Thousands upou thousauds write that Kas
it ins h s cured them After ill other medicines
hai fa led Write for book of testimonials
kHHMne can be-1 ixen without any sped U
medhal alvlce. H p-r bottle sent bymatl
on rtMipt of price
THE KASKINE CO ,M Warren &t.. New York
j tit''' Vm
Is? KX. M
5 i E
j X s k
STOKY OK A 1'OSrAI, CAKI).
1 was atTt-cttil wltli kiilnr) hiiiI urinary
"For teli" jfars '"'
After Irjim; all tin' iliictiirs ml atent
nnilldncN I ruiilil lu.ir nf, I i-ril to l)t-tli-sof
Anil I am iHrfivtlj rurtil. I kwji it
"All t!if time
Kli-tfull. U 1'. ll.mth. SiuM.urj.
Tenn., Maj 4, lsM
lluxiitiiuii I 'a , Mn) s, iss.l
It has cunsl me ot several diseases. su li
as nerxoiisiiess. sickness at the stomach,
iiionthl) troubles, etc 1 haxe not srn a
sick da) in )iars, shue 1 took Hop Hitters.
All in) neighbors use them
Mils KVNMK (.Rkl s;
Asiiiu iimi xxi, Mass., ,?,in IS, ISsil
1 haxe lieen erx skk oxer txxo )ears.
The) all gaxe me up as past cure. I tried
the most skillful ph)siciaiis. but thex did
not reach the xx orst part. The lungs and
and lu art would till up exir) night and
dMres me, and n
I told in) children
and in) throat was xir) bail
I told ill) children 1 should nexer die ill
peace till I had tried Hop Hitters. When
I ' ,""1 la.-ii twi hottli-the helpeilme xerj
i "T-1- " "a" hi. i
.......l. )..... Iu 111..... 1. ..I . 1 a..
bottles I xxas xxell.
'I here was a lot of sick
- ......... ...
folks here who haxe seen hoxv they cureil
ine. and the) used them and xxere cureil
and feel as thankful as 1 do that tin re is
xaluable a medn me made.
Mlss.li 1A (',. ClsllIMi.
"A tour of Europe that cost me 5.1,000.
"done Ies good than one bottle of Hop
"Bitters; the) also cureil ni) wife of hf
"teen xears' nerxous weakness, sleepless-"nesa;idd)spep-la."
Mr. IL. M . Auburn,
We are so thankful to s,i) that our nurs
ing bab) was permanently cured of a dan
gerous and protracted constipation and
irregularit) of the bowels by the use of
Hop Bitters b) Us nursing mother, which
at the same time restored her to perfict
health and strength. The I'arents, Koch
ester, N. Y.
I nhealthy or inactive kidneys cause
graxel, llncht's disease, rheumatism and a
horde of other serious and fatal diseases,
which can he prexented with Hop Hitters It
taken In time
"I.uddincton. Mich, lehruary .'. 1X.. I
have sold Hop Hitlers for ten rears, ami there
Is no medicine th it equxls them for hlllious
attacks, kidney complaint, and alt diseases
Incident t this ma! irlal climate '
II T UkXiMKR.
"Monroe. Mli h . sept ii. lssx -Mrs 1 have
been taking Hup Hitters for Inflammation "of
kidneys md bladder It has done for me
"what four physMans failed to do cured me.
The effect of the Hiltii seemed like magic to
me. x I, ( AgixK
(Sksts lour Hop Hitters have been of grext
value to me I w is laid up xxlth typhoid fever
for over two months, an.i could K"t no relief
until I tried your Hop Hitters To those uf
ferine from debility, or an one tn feeble
health, I cordial!) recommend them
J I . -mrrtL.
S Fulton s . Chli ago. Ill
CAN VOL' AtfcK THIS.'
Is there a person living who exer sxw a ease
of ague, hllllousness, nervousness. ueuriUla.
or any disease of ihe stomach. Ilxeror kidneys
that Hop Hitters will not cure -
"My mother sxxs Hop Hitters Is the only
thing th it xxill keep her from severe attacks
of paralysis and hei.lif-be -d Onn.i un
"Vy little, sleki pun ahy xxas changed
Into a great, uoumiug !iv. and I w is raised
f-oma skk bed byuslng Hop Hitters a short
time" nii. Morinit.
ELrS CREAM RAW
I not a liquid, unvff or poirdfr Appltnl
intit nottnU ft quitkltf altorltd. tcliint
tlithtad. Allayt inflammation, lltaltthe
tiro. Rtttorti thexntti ofUutf and snte't
Bel crntg at Vrwjittt; ly miif.', rfyittrrfd, CO rrnJ.
ELY BROTHERS, Urusgisl,0itego,Y.
YOU CAN'T BEAT THE
aaai amenta lor taa cure orpaia and diwiM.
PrrxMired from tha oomDleta rirtufa of frah
Hops. BurmindrPttsh and Oxibu. TnecrcatMt
creaaaneainc piair err invenica. apply
ou to BAOkacte. Crick, Kaaumatiam. Kldaar
Palna.8Utchfla. tcciatica. Bora Chest, or pals in
any part, local ordMps-eated. Cures liutaaUr.
soothes sad trengxhrns tba tired muscca. All
read? to SDDlr. S.ld br druf axul oojntrr
tores. 2acsmta,S for ! 00. ataUed forprloe.
rropnexors, "M " lyp.-" ' . -.ri- um
5Xvowx2e., vvwxV "BtsW
If You Have
nsmne(ite. Inillaeailon. I'latnlenec.
Nick lleadaehe. all run Uuan," lew
liiKflesb, j on will rind
Iheremcelx yon need. Ther lone up
Ihe weak stomach and build iinllir
flHKSlnir vnerirles. Stnfrercrsi rrni
nrnlHl or phjslral oxerwcnik will rind
rellerrromlhein. -Meelj augarcoated.
FIB STEEP OB FLAT ROOFS
CAN BE PIT ON HY A.W PERSON.
THOL't .TS of ROLL.S SOLD ANNUALLY
lull UUILDIMIs OF tfclV
SEND POK M.V CIRCULAR. CONTAINISO
PKICL LIST AND KLFtUL.NCtS
M. EHRET, JR. k CO.
SOLE MAN CTACTUKERS,
423 wilirt Street, PHILADELPHIA.
pX?JVsjBME7SMps1a 1XZ ""M 'jfl
" , j3se- MaaBasmsvvsH , F T
v " , A. ' &M'1IA .'.IsilSBaF i asafiaas'l
IS?s?alc& SSrVfTTiicltw zZ&S&r
If )ou exjsvt to go West tills Spring, be(
sure to get )our Tickets xia the
C C C A I It) . I A hi. L. K) ,
I). A I I!. i
THE THROUGH !
RECLINING CHAlfl CAR ROUTE
No other line can -iffer )ou the siipenor
ai-coiiimiHlatlous, quick timeand through
car serxice presented b) this route,
b) xx Inch 'I lirnugh Tickets are
sold as cheap as any
TO THE EAST.
This line leads all competitors in afford
ing its patrons the most superior
Through Car serxice to
NEW YORK, BOSTON,
And all cities throughout the F.astern
Mates, gimg its pxtrons the
option of going xla
A SOUTH-BOUND TRAVELER
Or Tourist will find no other line which
can compare with this in
And TIIKOUUH CIR Accumulations.
latest KIDNEY CUBE
rnrisrsneailr Rrllrrsaa rra"icir?iii
tbos"afnlt4 ntk lams Bark, sappmiloa
sad Rrtentioa of Lrlar, sad sll allmratt of
enr aiaasji, asie San rm..r. ...p....e
UftSr. Prlts J&c ssd fl.ta pr ttottle.
Address RsHiLL VCH 10.,
Box M4 asrthsll, Mich.
ERRORS DF YOUTH
Th WtWuI Ctm of Islf.
th ccnii&uairaijaof Wvl
rr nnl tarty LWay of
Mini, !-- KCd B-iy.
lr x!u-in fluJ lca,
I-: I'irrr, I'im. Nibt
U -. 1-aWcz Mt- Weak
Mrm ay HniV I la am
IUqsJ Wmk. hrK Incin.
H TorsT. iU,ifu!nt.
PrHU. Wivrtlcc -Mid
hinavliDr of Orysuu, Vrt-co-m
Vrfcct, IaUstliiir CnroantlFnll Vliror.
jull .tnnth, Putrti y nt) J leiItipDttit of fwrti.
ith nw Brain nJ ttp I'rrmrr or fijrfeu
(1U101K MEDIC 1TFD PEARLS,
lliitnhfic, 4itr-x.vtnrk. r Kxprrlatrnt.
l0-iri h .MUX'tN ltor lidnrf Ihrt
yrj f t I pry L'ttf I &. llVfcrDcvK.
jmrt.mi. M-t "il iuiJ rrirfmsilta FRKE.
SU1t NcrrT 1 noItAUon Frr Auircti
CRAICIE MEDICAL CLINIC,
3S Nes.au St., New YorH.
CA VITAL ..... ttlxl.OOO
SVKVLVS ..... 400,000
Accouuts ot Danks. Hankers and Curpura
Our facilities tor COLLECTION'S are excel
lent.andxve re dlscoant tor Hanks xxlieu bal
Hostou is a Keserx e City, and balances with
us (rum Hanks uot Incited iu other Keserx-e
Cities) count as a reserxe.
e draw our own Lxchanite on London and
the Continent, and nuke Cable translers and
place money by trleKntph throughout the Lnl
ted Mates and Canada.
Corernmrnt Bonds bought and sold. and Ei
chancresin XXaxhlmcton made tor banks with
out extri chance.
Me have a market lor prime Srst class In
Testmentecur'ttes.andinTlte proposals from
states. Counties and Cities when liiului:
We do a general Hanking business, and In
A1A P. VOTTKK. President.
JOt. TT. ATOllK. Cashier.
no rot oca
MEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
MRS. J. H. REED,
459 Main Street. Buffalo. N.V
ArrratlraproTMnftoverthokl styli Fremito
pj rinif f ntn Led uf th ualt. Uade cf r-rvt qusttitr
Toolstecl Ctful)Tl-niprsl. ttrtwl bT tlni
waxre Iealsri Hlf doevo vjn-t,1 uin Mni to any
njlre, lW-f laid. GnrrtT-ri-tof tl fC MJmaOr
Tba Vaahboards aw made with
a Bent-Wood no. Tbe Strong'
ett boards and bcl wutien in th
world. For aale by all dekltra.
SAUIXAvT M'F'O CO.,
TO WEAK MEN
Suff. ring from the rfet of youthful errors. e-vr!y
ds).Ms.lingwekne. lout manhotxt. etc , Ilil
twnta valuable tretiio .sealed cotiUlnlng full
partlenUm fir home cure, FREE(f charge. A
ppltuhl xutslu-l work , should 1 nJby erry
num who Is nexitnu and drbilitated. Addrftss,
Prof. F. C FOOLER. Moodiu, roan
THE MIW D1PARTURB ORUMS
9EIIUClU jsmirui. uuuuiq bm.-.i(k imu wxi
rou.Dg Kive ri. x-icat.
-isulHit&nil'U rd bsnajkotne.
I tedlnlhebet Bsn.l and
1 Orcheitrai. Cnrqu eJ for
tone, larput all others In
J tin lib aod appearance. If
Inearen MaMc dealer does
J not keep tbrra, write to 04
for 1 Hint rated Catalogue.
LYON HIALY, Chicago, I!'.
I CURE FITS!
Wbea a. rtu 1 ou ot nse snorvlp lt p ttxta for
a tioi EtJ itts-B ! Itiria is-tstra Us. I use., a ral
Ifftl t-itr. I Lav m-t t ati-rsvss) T TITS, III
UrrsV or KsLXiNO bliKML&S a lt' ItT itaJr. I
w.rr.at nj trm-ir I run tt rt c. Bv.ts
Otis.fi h. ftuUa l Rt roo tit m rtsl1af
far fl.nl .1 vac frr a l't 4 Yir Sittl fm;
inroitu tunii to iiris-. si fwsjt ouis.-. it -Mii ya
vlblu, tot a 1 11 aJ I wilt cars j.
JiirrM Pa. U. O LuOl 11 r-rt M.. "Ow Tort
PEMVYBOYAL WAFEB1 are
F' .Lftdlea. An Safe, Effectvaland rtevtant
yJ Si per box by raatl,or at drugjrista, SeaUd
'Parttcutart 2 poctafe stamp. Aduresa
i Tucceeisiuiiy ueu hjoduiix "J otrr jv imi
Tm EuftstxA Csuoir ax. Ox, Dwnort, Ute
r.r s,o ii) frank H. Coblenti and Ad.
TaTVl laMfV 4 !
I W'QUL n
Tu Hie Oimlllird Klertor f Ihe City uf
Thtiuanfif(le!tct.ri of tlie city of Mirtn-r
tlf Id. Ohio, are hrrrb nutldrtl that iD elec
tion will In held li.mlay. A.irtMth. A 1.
HS'.atthe ri"ictiTr pUcvsfor til1tiiie trl?c
Iluus u thi-9r,eril want ot nall clt for tdr
purpoir ut chosjilnt; thf following municipal
One .Mar-T. to srt for the term of two
One "solicitor, to sre for tlie term of two
Une Jult;e of IN'lUe ( ourt. toienefortbe
term of two years
Une lerk of Police) ourt, to srrf forth
term of thret ye irs
t'ne rrnsecutur. t sere for the term ol two
OueMrertloinm'ssluuer. to sen for the
term of two eHTS
One Water Works Trustee to serve for the
term of three ye irs
Doe member f , ity Council for the Hrst
wartl.fiu thterni of two years
One member of - Uy nunc il. for the "ecornl
ward, fertile it-rni of two ic.rs
OncnicmtNT of City i oum il fr the Third
want, for the term ol tw years,
0u member of it i uctl for the Fourth
ward, lor the term l two ears
One member of City ( unnl for the Hfth
w ira Itr tne term nl two yers
One member of - ily t oumtl for the Mith
wjird, I'tr the term of two jrars
One member of . Hy ( uurll for the seventh
ward, for the tern of two yearn
One mi tuber of i Ity ( ouiicll for the :eventh.
ward, to till the unexpired term of 1. F.
One tnemoer ot I tty Louncll lor the hlhth
ward, (or the term of two years
One member of I iry i ouncil for the .Ninth
ward, for the term ot two years
One member of Ituird ol Education, for
the Hrst ward, for the term of two years
one member of Hoard ol Edm-ation for the
l-econd ward, for the term of two years.
One member of the Hoard of Education for
the Third ward, for the term of two years
One member of Hoard of Kducatlon for the
Fourth ward, for the term of two years.
One member of board of Education for the
Fifth w int. for lh term of two yrars
One member ol Hoard of Education for the
Mxth ward, tor the term of two years
One member of Hoard of Education for the
seventh ward, for the term of two years
Onemeraberof Hoard of Fducatlon for the
hfifhlh ward, for the term of two)ea,rs
One member of Hoard of Kducatlon for the
Ninth ward, for the term of twoyears.
( One ssessor for the Hrt ward, for tbe
term of one year
One assessor for the Second ward, for the
term olone year
One assessor fr the Third ward, for the
term of one year.
1 One Assessor of the Fourth ward, for the
term of one year
t One Assessor of the Hfth ward, for the term
of one year
One ssessor of th Mxth ward, for the
term of our yetr
I One sessorof the N'.enth ward, for the
term of one ear
One ssesor for the Itirhth ward, for the
term of one year
One Issessor for the Ninth n ird. for the
term ul one year.
The seral otlnc precincts In said city are
situated as follows
HrstHant West t ounty Hulldlnir, corner
Limestone. md Columbia strrets
ecoud Uard Wettern Engine House, Fac
Third Ward-I'rerinct A. Central Engine
j lioute. .Market street rreclnct H. o. 3
-outh 1 enter street
. fourth Ward No 3 Mound street.
I Fifth Ward rreclnct A. southeast corner
) Yellow "prihjfsand Main streets, Preci net H.
southeast corner Mam and I'ark streets rre
clnct 1, southeast corner lellow springs and
I- air streets
txth Ward Precinct . Ilartman, Morgan
A to 'a coal oflice. "outti Limestone street.
Precinct Is, northwest corner Spring and Kl-
j -etenth Ward Precinct .hapm.ins coal
I oflice. Penn street Precinct It, southern Fn
j glne Mouse. Clifton street
Eighth Ward Precinct A. corner Limestone
, street and Maple aettue. Precinct H, Ked
1 Men's Hall, Lagonda aenue
.Ninth Ward No W) West Main street.
i -tiven under my haud and seal this ill dar
of March. A IKlsST.
J AM & P C0OIW IN. Mayor.
I lgft tlcr.
I V0TICK is hereby given to the creditors of
a.i James Drtscol X )ns lumDinv. Th.it
ou thelsthdayof March. 147. the Mad River
National Hank, ot a-prlrgnf d. Ohio, a creditor
of the firm ot .lames Itriscol X ons Company,
James Unscol and John II Itnscol. filed its
petition In the court f tomrnon pleas of c lark
county. Ohio, against the J imes liriscol a. oc
Coinpanj.et ul .defendants, which petition
avers among other thiols, that the said de
fendants, lames Drisco A Sous Company and
James Drtscol. dtd. on or about the II U, day of
3tarch. A. 1 It7.nMketliefoUowlii transfers
and c neyauces. towit
Hrst A chattel mortgage to Mellndi liris
col wife of Jimes liriscol in the sum of ZU
34 77, on the stock In trade, tools, m tchtnery.
factory a i.d office equipments of said firm of
James Itrlsol Jt ?ous Company
Second A chatte. mortgage to Fllzabeth
Milionaldln the sum o( Utoua two-story
frame building belonging to said James Tins
col A. Soiisltm ptny. situate ou the south part
of lot J. Crockett heirs' addition to the city
of ."pr ngOeld.Ohio
Third s mortgage to nnaJ Urlscol. wife
ofCharlesE Iricol.a member of the Ann of
Ja nes Lrlscol A jiis t ompan). In the aum ot
5ui,of the real estate uuoiiwhlch I he fac
tory of said .lames lriscol A i?om C ompany Is
situate, on the corner of Columbia and I enter
streets, in said city ot:Drlni:deld.Ohio.
fourth A mortgage to Josephine II mlley.
mother tn law ot Charles h lriscol. In the
sum ul .n.llt:. upon the real estate at the
corner of Market and Ptton streets. In said
city of Springfield. Ohio.
fifth A mortgae tn Elizabeth McDonald
in (he sum of i -v upon both parcels f real
estate above described, all of which said
mortgages were riled for record tn the Record
er's tfH e of Clark county. Ohi j, at 5 o'clock p.
m.on March U, 17
It is further averred in said petition that all
of said mortiage transfers and eoii.eyancrs
are without consideration and fraudultmt and
were made by the said James Irlscol A :xns
Company and James Priscol with Intent t-
hinder, delay and defraud the creditors of -aid
James Priscol A om Com pari and of tho
members of said c-o-partnershlp The object
of said petition and the proceedings thereun
der is to have the siid mortgage transfers and
couveytnees declared void and to hare been
made with Intent to hinder.delay and defraud
creditors, to hve a trustee appoluted to hold
In trust all the property of the stld defend
ants. James brtscol 1 "-oust ompany. and So
administer upon the same for the benefit of
all the creditors in accordance with thesfat
ute in surh cases made and provided, and for
general equitable relief.
11IKMAU KIEK NATIONAL BANK.
ttylfOODK A I.OODfcAXD
Otaa T MRTrv, t4r
Sale or Bond.
VOTK K l hereby given that the city of
li pnngfleld.thlo. will offer for sale to the
highest and best bidder at the council cham
ber tn said city, on Tuesday, the Jtth day of
April. I) . I7, at s o'cloeJc p m..thebonds
of tald city to the amount of one hundred and
rtft thousand M'liHW dMIars f the denomt
natio'if one thoustnd J10 dollars, each to
bear iV iercent perannu.n Interest. naTable
cml-.tiinu.Uy. at the office of th city treaa
urerinthls city, or at the Importers and
I traders Natlounl bank in ew "ioNc City. ar
I the option of th holder thereof, nn the fir t
davs of Marca and eptember in each year, un
f til the pavtneiit nf tbe principal thereof -"aid
I bonds to be coupon tnd atd bonds to be Is-
Isued for the purpsse of otdatnlng means for
the payment f the cost of erecting a market
house and city offlres. and of procuring the
necessary real est .teas a site tberetor and ap
proaches thereto, and for market space ""Id
(bonds to be tati and payable as follows Flf
teeH thousand dollars on the 1st day of ep
tember. Iw7. and fifteen thousnd dollars on
I the 1st day of September in each year there
after until the whole amount Is paid, and
when sold are to be taken and pitd for bv the
punh-iser thereof in eash. at the office of the
city tre tsurerln this city, at such times and In
such amounts as tbe city council shall from
i time to time, hi resolution, designate, and as
the needs of the city shall require
I Uids for the pun hast of said bonds miy be
filed lu writing with the city clerk at any time
prior to the timi above named for the sale mt
said bonds, and bids, either verbal or in wri
ting, will be melted by sild Council ou said
Ath div of April at o'clm . p m . when all
bids will be considered by the ilty council. and
t aid bonds will be sold at not less th in par
slue and accrued Interest, subject To the con
dition her-lnbefo'e set forth, to the highest
and best bidder
I By order ot council.
.TJbs City Clerk.
I La a pos.uiv ranirdr for tba abova dlaa . br H
In thsia.anj f cm ol tb worst kin I iiilof kBK
tnt,nahaTalrcurrii. In'axt aoatrs'rel my f ti
la Us 0-afr, that 1 will tndTUO VUTTl Y3 KEK.
uff :brwlib aTaLCABLB TKEATIfk on tl.lt fl nart
, soaAjtUIai-r. GlatprsaaoJ r o atUrvt
Dit-T. A. aUtUJt. liiraarlftt..Ar Tocft
The 4irat Encll.h Prvrfptlai
r -u x,uit r. siaaiitvi, jyi usual
eases caused by self abuse
BsroftKl Br malt. A tx for Tamphlet. Afrw
BarcICA Chemical Co.. Detroit, Jllclu
Call on or address Theo. Truope.druggist.
enrner Manand Market streets. Snrlnefleld
Oslo, iole Agent.
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