nsvl vania.•cent 1 v re-ot Chemis-accept ai a tobaccov for that !r. Bow-»f friends regret to u\s one of st motors, riends goer cent inis soine-of Ohio.v swollenwcontinuedmid haveprogressi checkeduiv to as-Ifear's prole has justhe Ullom begin the \ Harper loner for\ has done the Hast,halves and the class has been working hard in the preparation. We bespeak for the management a liberal patronage and ' Can assure the public they will he amply repaid for their time witli a pleasant | evening s ente rtainment.The nominal admission fee of ‘25 cents for reserve seats, will he charged. Chart open at Lash's drug store Friday,Lindsey Goes to the Pen.John H. Lindsey of Meigs county who was convicted of the murder of William (hindiff, was Saturday sentenced by Judge j Coultrap to eight years in the penitentiary. The trial was held at (Jallipolis where the case was taken on a change of venue. Before sentence* was passed Lindsey proclaimed his innocence of thecrime.This case has attracted considerable attention in Meigs, Oallia and adjoining counties, and both sides of the case was stubbornly fought by able attorneys. The entire cost of the case was $244Ji5l and of this sum ♦L41K70 went to ‘JtVU witnesses. This completes the most celebrated murder case in Southern Ohio, and thirteen attorneys were connected with the trial.“Kxcuse me.” observed the man inspectacles, “but I am a surgeon, and thatis not where the liver is.” “Never yon mind where his liver is, retorted the other. “If it was in his big toe or his left ear DeWitt's Little Marly Kisers we can j would reach it and shake it for ‘him. OnW;1‘;,ical ills, forts - g rightly lt;the kmesicknessease, bution of tfamily 1ly renioi remedy eve rvwl who valieffects aone reiicleanlimorgans« all itnpo ficial el chase, tl cle, whitfornia Fall reput
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