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Piqua Daily Leader, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1892, Piqua, Ohio THE PIQUA DAILY LEADER. FIVE DOLLARS PER YEAR. A DEMOCRATIC LOCAL NEWSPAPER. JEROME C. SMILEY CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS TEN CENTS PER WEEK VOL. IV, NO. 1151. PIQUA, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 15.1892. PRICE THREE CENTS MEDI for these imitatiop.s and substi- tutes, they are poor stuff at the best and increase your misery. Take Simmons Liver Regulator cniy. You will knew it by the lurge red Z on the face of every package ar.'d by the relief it gives when for Dyspepsia, Indi- gestion, Constipation, Biliousness and Sick Headache. if SIMMONS I. TOR MEDICAL THE BEST IBLOOD PURIFIER! IN THE WORLD. WHY SUFFER with that chronic i disease? you want, to die? Sul- phur Bitters will euro you as it has thousands. AViir do vou suffer "with that FOUL, OFFENSIVE BREATH? Ton need not if you use Sulphur Bitters. They never fail to cure. Operatives who are closely confined in the mills and workshops; clerks who do not have sufficient' exercise, all who arc confined indoor: i should use Sulphur Bitters. Tlicy j will not then be WEAK AND SICKLY. B Is your Breach impure. Stomach is out of order. Sulphur j BiUe.r3 is the best medicine to tako. Sulphur Bii'.tors build you up !and make you KU a AND HEALTHY. BVMB3HVHGncaHHMB At the dawn of womanhood, Sul- I phur Bitters should be used. Send X L'-wnt to A. Onhvay Co., Boston, iluss.i for bust medical work published PI3LL5 HELP UP. Four Men Go Through An Express Car With Big Luck. From Five to Ten Thousand Dollars Secured by the Thieves, and a With Some Yurk -kitge of Lottery Notified HIM! tilood Hounds Will f'hiiMMl on Their Truck. NEW ORI.KANS. April Chicago train of the Jllinois Central, whieh left here Thursday afternoon, was held up at by four men, at a point just In-- low Independence, La. Two men board- ed the train ut Hammond station, and. covering1 the engineer and iiremim. or- dered them to go ahead and take the siding at Independence, so that the down train could pass. After the down train had passed, two other men. who were standing' on the track, joined their confederates and ordered the train backed to the seventy-seven mile post. They then, at point of pistols. made the engineer and fireman go back and open the express door. They rob- bed the Southern express safe of several thousand dollars, estimated from to ?10.000. a lot of New York exchange and a package of lottery tickets. The authorities at Jackson have been noti- fied, as well as those of adjoining- towns and bloodhounds will be placed on the track of the robbers. THE ANGELS Told a the Hour of Hwr Event Transpires on KNOXVII.I.K. Tenn.. April pecu- liar death occurred in London county Thursday. Last Thanksgiving day the wife of H. B. Simpson attended a Thanksgiving- service in the country church near by. During the services she stated that she would die in April of this year. A few days since Mrs. Thompson told her husband and six small children that she would die at 5 o'clock, April 14: that she had been in communication with the angels and knew it. No credence was Driven the woman's talk, as many thoug-ht her over- xeulous in H religious sense. Thursday morning-, at the time indicated above. Simpson called his wife to got up. but she was dead. Mrs. Simpson had al- ways been in the best of health, and her family relations were of the hap pirst kind. There is H genera! tion of business in that vicinage, and the people are superstitious enough to believe that Mrs. Simpson's death bodes evel to them. SNUBBED BY SALISBURY. FIXED UP. Mow Italian AnUirut VTus SctMvil. WASHINGTON'. April in this city confirms the statement coming from Rome that a complete and amica- ble settlement has been reached in the international difficulties between the United States and Italy, growing out of tiie New Orleans tragedy. It ap- pears that the government of the I'nited States has voluntarily taken the initiative in closing- the broach, without com mitt ing itself to the recognition of any claim for indemnity, but simply as an act of justice and from motives of comity, has placed in the hands of the Marquis the Italian charge d'affaires here, the sum of 125.000 francs, or for distribution among the heirs of the three Italians who were killed at New Orleans, and were found to be subjects of. the Italian govern- ment. It is understood the money was taken from the annual appropriation of .Sno.OOU to enable the president to provide for unforeseen emer- gencies in the diplomatic and consular service, so that it will be unnecessary to call upon con- gress for a specific appropriation. My this action on the part of the I.'. S. gov- ernment the disagreeable, complications in the relations of the two govern- ments, it is believed, have been re- moved, and within a short time the dip- lomatic relations between them will be restored to the amicable status existing before the New Orleans tragedy. Minis- ter Porter returning to Uorne and a minister from Italy taking- up his post ut Washington. THRILLING ESCAPE. I .Just as the Horse CARTER'S BJct HcAdanhoand relieve all tfoatrtmblM dent to bilious otstoof tho systoru, auoli M DiMiuosa, Nauaea, Erovrsinoso. Diwtrcsa after PaJn In tho Side. Whilo tholrnjoil KMOUkablo EUCCCSE has been showu iu uunug o. yet, Carter's LUtlo Liver TJIIt equally valu.iblo in onring ftud pro- VcntinR tbiBancoyiiifTcomplaint.ivhilo Ihoy alav llTcr regulate lUe boweLi. it' theyoalj 'AcbttheywcmldboalruoatpricologgtotliosowlMl Buffur fromtliisdialreasingcomplaint; fcktoly does jiotemt hero.uud tbosa Whocncotry thoui will find those not bo -wll- iliog to do without tkoni. But af tor nllelclt so many livoa that horo Is whOPS l wo nuke our great boast. Cur piL'acure it whila Liltlo Liver Pills we very 8inii.ll and easy to Uke. Ono or two pills niakoa doso. i'Loy tro strictly vcsctablo tnd do not gripo or purge, but by their politic action ail whd tosethem. la vials con ta; fivoforjl. flOlfi by druggJata everfw.'icro. or sout by aiaiL CARTER MEDlCiSC CO., SMALL PILL SMALL COSE, SMALLFRiGl B.BSTAURAWT. For Only. The Finest. Meals and Delicacies of the Season furnished at hours Tony Faust.'s Gorko's Boer al ways o D tap. The Ptirliumotit Tn-ntj-d with OTTAWA. Out.. April At the last. session of parliament an address was passed, asking- the Kritisb yoverntneiit. U> tormina cortuin pmvisions of tins treaties between C.n-at. Kritain. Cer- many and Helg-lutn. tiiat Canada miyht IK; in a. position to neyotiati1 treaties with the KniteH States and her coun- tries. Altlionjch seven months have in- tervened. Sir John Thompson staled in parliament that, no answer had heon re- ceived .and tiie eontempt with which Lord Salisbury had treated the appeal of the. Dominion would be hrotiyht be- fore parliament next week. rnii.AOKi.rntA. April steam- ship Indiana arrived at her dock. Thurs- day morning1. Chief Mate Holers and Ship's Doctor La ban are enthusiastic over the. reception whieh was accorded the officers and' men of the vessel the people of LHnui. The mayor in the town, as well as the most prominent of its e.itixens. entertained them in a very hospitable, inanner. l-'ah- Itil! FllANKFoirr. Ky.. April 15. I 'resident pro tern. Mulligan, of the senate, and the speaker of the house, signed the fail-bill Thursday, in order that the appointment of the commissioners may be hastened. Mr. Mulligan had some doubts as to his authority in the matter, but was finally persuaded to act. The bill has now jfone to the
on tax duplicate of J Coinity of .Mi.-uni, in the south half of i fractional town 6, ranirc 6, in j Township, heing the same I premises fornu'rly owned by Samuel T. Grant j and him, hy will, recorded in will records j of said Miami County, page i .It-vised t" Charlotte Crant for her life with remainder to said plaintiff and Raid Joseph land othprs, and that, he, said Joseph, re- (jmml to answer in the said action on or Iw- fore May 'il. JAMES A. GRANT. J. H. HATCH, The I
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