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I Mrs. Fairbanks tells how neglect ot I
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ZEAXi ESTATE TRA2TSF3R5.
As Reported by Thomas J. New-
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Oliver J. McFail to John S. Har
rf. part f section ID in Wayne
Township, containing1 HO acres;
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Fairbanks tel
warning symptoms will soon prostrate
wnman. She thinks woman's safei
Lydia E Pfrilrfiam's Vegetable
-Dear Mrs. PnorauLM : Ignorance and neglect cat of
witoM female luffering. not only with the laws of health but witn tne
.iiinm of a cure. I did not heed the varninga of headaches, organic
tains, and general weariness, until I was well nigh prostrated. I knew!
Edto do something. Happily I did the Tight thing. .1 took ILj&l B.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound faithfully, according to direcupns,
and was rewarded in a few weeks to find that my aches and pains dis
appeared. and I again felt the glow of health through my body. Since
I have been well I have been more careful, I have also advised a number
of my sick friends to take Zordi JS JPInkbam'a Vegetable Cora-
Eond. and they have never had reason to be sorry. Yours truly,
is. Mar Fairbanks, 210 South 7th St., MinneapoMinn.w (Mrs. Fair
banks is one of the most successful and highest salaried travelling sales
women in the West) ,
f mn women are troubled with Irregular, suppressed or painful tru
ation, wekkneu, leueorrhcea, displacement or ulceration of the worn, tnat
Warinr-down feeling inflanunatloa of the oraries, baekaefce, bloating (or
flatulence), general -debility, indigestion, and nervous proetration, or are
beset with such symptoms as dizziness, faintneas, lassitude, excitability. Irri
tability, nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, " all-gone w and wanto-be-left-alone"
feelings, blues, and hopelessness, they shbuld remember there im
ene tried and true remedy. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
at one removes such troubles. Refuse to buy any other medicine, for you
assd the best.
Dkak Mrs. Pinkiiam : For over two years
1.1. & il J. BUlIcrcU UMJkV UiilU WUKW c.wcdi ttauu
kidney and bladder trouble., My physician pro
nounced my trouble catarrh of the bladder,
caused by displacement of the womb. I had a
irequenc desire to urinate, ami ii was very uu
ful, and lumps of blood would pass with the
urine. Also had , backache very often. ..
44 After writing to you, and receiving your
replv to my letter, I followed your advice, and
feel that you and Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, nave cured me. ine
medicine drew my womb into its proper
nlace. and then I was well. I never feel
anv nain now. and can do mv housework
with ease." Mrs. Alice Lamon, Kiacaid, Miss.
Xo'other- medicine for female ilU In the world baa received
sucb widesreavd and unqaalifled, endowement.
She has, guided thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
FORFSJT it ve iuiMt fortfavtta prodne tb orifinsl lettsrs and sifaataresef
Mf 0 SMUSMHUaiSf w 1UCB Will pr mvir amuiiiiv miuuroiiw.
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George L. Cates, commissioner, to
John S. Harris, part of section 19
in Wayne Township containing 120
acres; $10,221.25.
John S. Harris to Oliver J. Mc
Fail, part of section 13 in Greene
township, section 24, in Clay, section
19 iu Center townships; $15,775.
Hurry B. Miller to John L. Craig,
lots 11 and 12 in Grand Boulevard
sub-division on north 22nd street;
$500.
Lydia A. Dille to Grace Dille Had
ley, part of lots 38 and 35 in Lamb
and Boslow 's addition to Richmond,
on West Third street; $300.,,.,
Lydia A. Dille, to Elmer Roy Dille
part of lot 35 in Lamb and Boslow 's
addition to Richmond, on West
Third street ;i$400.
E. E. Nicholson to Marshall C.
Watkins, part' of seetion 22, in Clay
township, containing 1 acre ; $300.
Sarah E. Thomas to Martha Davis
part of lots 57 and 58 in bloek O in
H. Davis addition to Newport; fil.
Margaret L. Yutzi.to Joseph Ste-
venson, lot 4 m nooerts, iJrown et
al., addition to Richmond, on south
Twelfth street; $1,400.
Henry Miller to Harmon Hasecos-
ter, part of lot 6 in block C, in J. W.
Salter's addition to Richmond, on
south Thirteenth street; $250.
Dickinson Trust Co., Trustee to
Alfred W. Dingley, lots 151 and 152
as laid out by Dickinson Trust Co.,
trustee; $115.
Alfred Dingley to Walter Alexan
der lots'.: 151 and 152 as . laid out by
Dickinson Trust Company, trustee;
$300.
Lindley M. Pierce to John Lewis
Gohring and wife, lot 20 in block 20
in Hagerstown; $600.
Theodore H. Hill to John Bussen,
lot 56 in H. A. Leeds addition to
Richmond, on William street; $815.
Anna E. Cates to Caroline Camp
bell, north one-half of lot 27 in
Williamsburg; $600.
Aliee F. Louck to John Bussen,
lot 57 in H. A. Leeds addition to
Richmond on William street; $815.
Elsworth R. Hunt to Hannah Kil
gus, lot 41 in S. Stm-giB'. addition to
Richmond, on north Third street;
$1,800. ... y ,
ALFORD DRUG CO.
GREAT OFFER.
Many Richmond people being
cured by VITONA, the won
derful Blood and Stomach rem
edy, Alford Drug Co. will re
fund the money to any one not
satisfied after using VITONA.
M bas
purchased from this day
bottles of VITONA, for which
paid f To be taken for
If purchaser tells us VITONA has
failed to benefit him we hereby agree
to refund the money paid us.
Signed.
Hadn't had anything to eat for a week, and you felt as though
you could eat, without stopping, for a solid week, what would
you select as a bill of tare?
If you were cold, what would you select to wear?
Let na n&tne a few things you need. Let's get next to the subject
Underwear cornea first, meharea euncrb line for men. women and childrea.
HeaTy, fleeced, warm and of good wearing quility.
neavy ncecea trarmcnta . for men 39c
Hosiery naturally comes next. We have some special values, 3 pair for 83c
Men's all wool Sox 16c pair, two pair for 85c
Scrls UndnklrtS That means aualitv. Thev have all the at)Derancf
of rilk, have that silky rustle and wear like iron. We sell them at The 11.76 kin
ori.s-t.wtinaai 33.29
Pictorial Review Patterns lc
GROCERY SPECIALS
Pears, per bushel. 60c; Apples 60c; Jersey Sweet Potatoes 1 bush., 26c peck.
Big White Onions 26c peck; Parsnips 4 ibs 10c; Celery 2 bunches 6c
New Oranges i6c doz ; New Lemons 16c and 20c dox.
Cape Cod Cranberries 3 quarts 26c.
Rolled Oats, Crushed Oats, etc.. in bulk.
Alford Drug Co. will explain
the merits of VITONA to any
one who comes to their store.
VITONA has cured morp
peoplo than any other similar
remedy; Try it today. You
take no chance whatever. Ask
for booklet For sale by
ALFORD DRUG CO.
$5000
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I The Schneider I
Carriage
ij Factory
UJU Has" reopened at 47 JY. 8th St.V
v Kepainng, painung aoa ruoper-
4 New work made to order.
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What is Looked For
iu high gravle laundrj'work is "always
found in that done by
Richmond Steam Laundry
Goods re mart e absolutely clean, and
are beautifully finished.
We use the best cleansing age ) and
as they are free from destructive tion,
goods are not worn out.
We'invite a trial order. It will result
in salisf iCtion.
Carpet cleaning a specialty.
0. W. Walters, Prop.
1 Main Street. Phonas 161..
What Are You Look
ing; For?
An auctioneer to cry your sale?
Get
T. R. WOODHVRST,
Phone 491. He is all right.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lu
cas county, as: ... ; ,
Frank J, Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner f the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing' business
in the eity of Toledo, county and
state aforesaid, and that said , firm
will pay the .sum of one hundred dol
lars for each and every case of ca
tarrh that cannot be cured by the use
of Ilall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY,
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De
cember, A. D., 1886.
Seal. A. W. GLEASON,
Notary Public.
Ilall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, and acts directly on the
blood and mueotis surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CITENEY & CO,
Toledo, 0.
Sold by all drujrsrisfs, 75c.
Hall's family Pills are the best.
Only Six Weeks Mora
via Pennsylvania Lines. Through pas
senger service both ways between
Richmond. Ind., and St. Louis.
hrougb trains leave Richmond, Ind.,
5 :05 a. m., 10:15 a. m., 1:25 p. m.,
10:30 p. m. daily. Tickets over
Pennsylvania Lines reading .through
St. Louis to points west permit ten
days' stop-over at St. Louis upon
payment ox 91.UU xe lor validating
ticket. C. W. Elmer, Ticket Agent,
Richmond, Ind., will give full par
ticulars.
Republican
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Theodora Roosevelt.
Tics Prrritirt.
Chsrles tfaxren FairUnks,
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FOR SALE
Mannual 6tock of
Pure Bred Barred! Ply m-
outli Roclc Cblckens
rbreeders . The Vest strain knoa.
Phone 63S O. E. FulgllUni
MONEY TO LOAN.
5 and 6 per cent. Interest
FIRE INSURANCE
In the leading companies. Managen
for the
EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of New York.
BIG SHOOT
Governor J. Frank Hanly.
Lieutenant Governor Hugh
UUler.
Seeretary of State Daniel
New Paris Gun Club Meets the Cash
Register Gunners.
Today the New Paris Gun Club
will shoot off a return match with
the Cash Hejrister ilmi Club of Day
ton. The tirs t match betwevn the
two clubs took place a few weeks
ajro at Dayton, the New Pans boys
beinii defeated.
A number of the Dayton per.pie
attend as well as several from Rich
mond, and t litre wil be sou e .iood
shoot invr. The match will be shot in
the neighborhood of Cedar Springs
in the afternoon and at its conclu
sion there will be a dinner at the hotel.
THE 0. B. F
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AGENCY
Room 3t Vaughaii Bldg
$47.20 Colorado and Return.
Round trip winter tourist tickets
are on sale daily from Chicago to
Denver. Colorado Springs and Pue
blo at the rate of f 47.20 via the Chi
cago. Union Pacific & North-Western
Line, good on fast through trains
with high class equipment. The best
of everything. Correspondingly low
rates from all points. For maps,
booklets and list of Colorado hotels
with rates apply to your home, agent
or address A. II. Waggoner.- Tra. .
Agt.? 22 Fifth Ave. Chicago, Ills.
Th.
Auditor of State David E. Sher-
rick.
Attorney Genera: Charles W. Mil
State Superintendent of Public In-
truetum Faasatt A. Cotton.
Reporter of Supreme Court Geo.
W. Self.
State Statistician Joseph H.
Stubba.
Judge of the Supreme Court, Sec
ond District Oscar H. Montgomery.
Third District John V. Hadley.
LEGISLATIVE.
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James E. Watson.
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Stamps with all purchases. Free delivery, rhone your order, either line.
Store open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
411-415 MAIN ST. Both Phonos
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R. R. R. Lunch Room.
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MEALS 15 CENTS.
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The Jewel Stoves and .Ranees are not
the cheapest, hut they are
THE VERY BEST.
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KETCH ' HARDWARE CO.
STORE
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SPECIALIST
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Scientific Glass Fitting
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Roscoe E. Kirkman.
Representative.
Dr. M. W. Yeneer.
, Joint BepresentatiTt.
Richard EUiott
COUNTY.
For Sheriff.
Richard S. Smith.
County Recorder.
Frank C. Moebaugh.
Comity Treasurer.
Benjamin B. Myrick, Jr.
Surveyor.
Robert A. Howard.
Coroner.
Dr. S. C. Markley.
"If" a woman ever ?ets so home
ly she isn't -worth lookimr at she'd
hetfer take Ho! lister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea. Brincrs back the" bloom of
youth. 35 cent?, Tea or Tablets. A.
G. Lcken & Co.
Stop Guessing
,We will let you have an imme
diate loan if you want money
, lor urgent needs. Won't charge
you much for the use of it,
Neither, and will make your
terms so easy that you can pay
it back without feeling the
strain, in small weekly or
monthly installments. We ad
' vance money on furniture, pi-
anos, teams, etc, without re
moval, on salaries, and on dia
monds left in pledge.
Here are some of the terms of our weekly payment plan, allowing
yoiffifty weeks in which to pay off your loan: .,'
60c is a weekly payment on a 2o loan.
1.20 is a weekly payment on a 60 loan.
$2. 40 is a weekly payment on a J100 loan.
You can get any other amount for the same time at the same pro
portion, Call on us when you need money.
Applications by mail or telephone receive our prompt attention.
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Room 8, e olonial Bldg
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Omaha via the Northwestern Line
In addition to its already remarka
bly complete train service between
Chicago, Council Bluffs and Omaha,
The North-Western Line has inaugur
ated elegantly equipped parlor car
service through to Omaha without
hange, leaving Chicago 10:15 a. m.
daily, arriving Omaha 11:40 p. m.
uffet, smoking and library ear oa
this train also opened to parlor ear
assengers. Other fast trains leave
Chicago 7:00 p. m., 8:00 p. m., and
11:30 p. m., daily over the only deu-
le track railway between Chicago and
the Missouri River. Information and
ickets can be secured from your hone
agent or address A. H. Waggener,
trav. Agt 22 Tiftb Ave., Chicago, EL
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