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J. D. Bacon '& Co.
ProscripllonsJ'flllod at nllUiours.
Bido of door,
Lile ciiy with 4,(ya
yflirnt Idol by thiifrtrri
yJt(TJedelleivd in i Hi'
jr 1 liy f lnsp
S llond totM Khi fur
is tho day for nowvSpriiiK clothes,
ISO man shotritrlot EiBter pass
without giving an ooUor to his
tailor. If you want rfi bo suro to
recelvo our clothe in time, to
got tho latest pattons, stylo and
Iperfoct fit, you stfould visit
A nice wash bowl and pitcher at
38o for,tho pait at theHobin3 GJass
& QneenswaroCompany Monday,
April 12. 7a4.
lloroo For Sale.
Gentle driver, safe for anybody to
drive. Will sglU cheap nt
once. S 7n3
AI. JJiiKNNKits' I1aki:kv,
ltf South Fourth Street.
Solitary Engineer Elliott Arrives
Sanitary Engineer Elliott, who has
been employed by the city to draw
specifications for tho sewers, arrived
in the city today from Memphis and
will remain here at work for several
Purify Your Wood
It In not a patent medlclnt. He mikee
riontcrel of Ha formula It Is made
from tbtf following well known
Yellow Dock .
StlllloRU (Quern's Delight)
Mandrake i 1
lrlcklyAh r y
I.lcorlce Hoot j
I xl Id o l'otnah
Auk your family doctor If It tt not a I
.Sold only at
nl will be reolriHLjnihft nlflr
nf ihrCounclltierk In tho Cltwif
Kyjfup to s o'cIIkM April JI7, inT. to lurui.h
yarm ni pprvri iikh aimpie
in.prcior. oaui (rrnei
lnspwtor or or city council.
Mtthftil uerfnrnnncfl of
anv bill acceitil br.fie council Thocliv re.
ervrs the rlKhCVUKiVJtwt hdv and all hi in.
1) A VK1SKH Mayor.
Louisville, April 8. Fair tonight
and Saturday. Frost tonight. Rising
Caught In it PrsbS.
Miss Eelyn Itramlon, oi
street, had her right hand painful-Iy
mashed by a press in tho Srs job
olllco about 6 o'clock last evening.
The injury amounts to nothing seri
ous, however, and the young lady
will lose none of Jier lingers.
uiass & iticcu$np
nt. Ilin VT
All traipria the Iron Jtfountnin
Route are rupniug Ihrongu from St.
Louis to Memnhis. HofKnrlnps nnd
all Texas points without delay. Tall
Small ice boxes
Lawrence, 213 C
T. 1. A
Our Post election
night. All members
M o(lk'ir is lo
in Mire t c nt.
vtncuicr us a siumiuru cold or
just a snillle, .win yuan euro it for
good with Dr. k'
This family remedy taken in time
will stop the progress of consumption
and bring Jthe color of health to
the pallid cheeje. Sold by
& Walkcr.lFiftlJ and Broadway.
Elegant cbccsqpf all-kinds served
with a cold glass of beer by STSttffks,
S. 2nd St 7a3
The Junior Wnrrian.
Tho Junior Warden Missionary
Society will meet tomorrow after
noon at 3 o'clock wittpfrs. Cbamb
nu on' oouiu lenin 6trcet near
Chamblin's brickyard. .
ltcpiiblicnn Committee Meeting.
The Republican county committee
is caljc'l to meet at the Su.v olllco
Friday April Otb, nf7':.'IO o'clock. A
full meeting is desired.
F. M. I'isiikk, (Chairman.
One good steel range. Lawrence,
213 Court. tf.
The fire department had a practice
run up Fourth street about 1 o'clock
J. D. Bacon & Co.
Carr'prcparoyour family or private
roclpos, from a linlmont to n corn
euro, and do it right.
Tax Collector Kattcrjohn was
Cupsand wauccrs anlc a set (G)
at the Kolans GJrtsa &Quccnswnre
today, after n brief illness.
Mr. K. W. Uockmon, tho popular
grocer, of Seventh nnd Court, is ill.
MUs Olive Cliamblln has returned
from nu extended visit to .Mo' crly,
Mrs. Mamie Henson. of lliy City,
III.. Is visitiim Olllcer Jeff Hamhart
Miss Rosa Dully, of Smithland, is
n guest of Mr. J. M. Wortou and
' Secretary II. E. Roscvc.tr, of tho
Y. M. C. A., left last night for Louis
Mr. John Daughcrty, tho dry
goods man, returned this morning
from St. Louis.
Mrs. Fred Houscr, who has been
quite ill for some time past, is Im
proving at tbc hite Infirmary.
Rev. J. C. ICccnan, lately of Mc-
chanlcsburg, lias gone to Rolla, Mo.,
where ho takes pastoral charge of a
Mr. John Hutchison, of Mny field,
is visiting his father-in-law, Mr. Eli
Uirlcy. Tbcy held a family reunion
here on the 7th in honor of Mr.
Itirley, who is now 83 years old. Ho
resides in Mcchanicsburg.
WOMhN IN Ol'FICi:
Ten Feinnlc County School Superintendents
in Tills State.
, There arc ia the state of Kentucky
no less than ten ladies filling the position
of county superintendent of
schools. They are: Miss Kato Edgar,
of Hourbon ; Miss l'appic Little,
of llreathitl; Miss Kate McDanicls,
of Christian ; Miss Mina Wheeler, of
Crittenden ; Miss Lucy P. Pattie, of
Franklin ; Miss Kate Main, of Lincoln;
Mrs. A. T. Million, of Madison;
Mrs. M. E. Herd, of Owsley;
Mrs. Lucy V. West, of Spencer, and
Mrs. M. F. Denny, of Wayne.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES.
Two Now Director Elected Last
Messrs. Lloyd T. Wilson and F.
II. Holly were last night elected directors
of the Y. M. C. A. Messrs.
L. M. Ricke and C. Q. C. Leigh
were appointed to attend the International
Y. M. C. A convention and
" The Y.. M. C. A. is rapidly
arousing new interest, nnd nothing
.will be spared to greatly increase the
membership during the next few
General Secretary Workman has
been instructed to purchase a new
basket ball, and teams will at once
Llncnmtoscopo and Megaphone-
aph Last Night nt
It was grea
given only a v
uot only anim
nnd action as w
A large crowd
po and double
last night was
rior to the one
m, but color
robable be in
Y. M. C. A. MATTLItS.
The ladies coramittco of the Y. M.
C. A. met this morning and arranged
for a general reception at the building
Monday, April 19. A splendid
program was outlined and tho talent
will be announced later.
The Y. M. C. A. library is being
rntronsXoL pe Water Com-puny
arc reminded thaf rents for
this affarter jv'ere dueXpril 1st.
Tlipse who intend'to renew their
ronts sliotild (liKo lr tin loth.
;s all prenyjBcs in appears after
mat date will bo shut off- 7a4
Two new bedstead
cs. (Jail atj0'26 North yburtli strscf.
cheap on account of
After Attending the Shilob Reunion.
Major David 11. Heed, Secretary
of the Shiloh commission, accompanied
by several otliT Shiloh veterans,
returned this morning from the
annual on the Clyde.
Tho City of Sliellleld, with a larger
party, is expected in some time today
en route to St. Louis.
Private Chas. Lolland was among
those who returned, and reports a
most successful commemoration.
All persons knowing themselves indebted
to thejlrms of Rogers & Kiug
amljFohpnogors & Son are hereby
woijya to can anu seuio mo same at
once nt my otlce, No. 127 South
Fourth street, and therebyi8avo to
themselves costs, afjj'will bi forced
to proceed byUaVu) collect same,
unless otherwise settled promptly.
El) II. PtJlLtKAIt,
Receiver of Rogers A King and John
Rogers & Son. f d2Ctf
J. D. Bacon & Co.
"Wo make a specialty of Jbtnlnlne
all kinds of barks, roots and ncrbBTBo
that you can got anything y n want
in this lino of o'r business.
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Cok. Seventh and Jackson Stokkts, Fapccaii, Kr.
Uhic Coats of City Hall Spend
MAS AND WIFE SEPARATE,
Anil All On Account of Another
Man. Dr. Covington Gets
Had nt .Metropolis.
LITTLE ASTIR IN p:L'CE CIRCLES.
A young ninn named E. E. Holland,
who is employed at Veal & Allison's
tdbacco works on North
Third, appeared at police headquarters
late yesterday afternoon and told
his troubles to tho police authorities.
He snld that ho and bis wife separated
yesterday on account of a railroad
man named Ncwhouse, who had been
paying her no little attention of late.
According to Holland's story, he
went uomc n ntgut or two since and
found his wife, her mother-in-law,
Mrs. Cantrill, Newliousc and another
man, playing cards. Ho ordered
Newhouse to leave, and never
come back again, but ho refused to
go, and stuck his hand back as if to
draw a revolver.
Holland c'aimed that he saw the
butt of n pistol, and that he tlrcw his
pistol to defend himself, but fortun
ately bloodshed was averted.
Holland wanted a warrant against
Newhouse for carrying n pistol concealed
Mrs. Holland was formerly a Miss
Wilson, of Fulton, and is quite a
handsome woman. Sho and her
husband have been married about a
year and n half.
Last spring Dr. Covington, of
Metropolis, was on the Kentucky
side of the river with one or two women
of ill repute.
He fell in with a few Paducah
sports, who "did him up" in great
shape. Pistols wercdrawn and there
came near being bloodshed, but fortunately
was not. There was a fight,
however, and when Dr. Coviogton
came to Paducah next he was
arrested on a warraut issued by
Winchestor charging him with
carrying concealed a pistol.
Ho was fined 825 and given ten
days in jail, but has never come back
to serve his jail sentence.
A dny or two ago he met one of
the Paducah young men who had
trouble with him on the occasion
mentioned above, near the river bank
on the Illinois side. He drew a pistol
and made the Paducah man .kneel,
and then fired several shots cither at
him or to scare him Tho Paducah
young roan pulled out in a skiff with
two women as soon as he could get
away, and Marshal Crouch htd considerable
fun getting him back. Dr.
Codington was lined So nnd costs
yesterday in the police court,and the
Paducah young man will hereafter
stay at home.
"Curley," tho whilom city hall canine
mascot, came over from his home
in Illinois today and called in at police
headquarters. The dog seems to remember
his old acquaintances, but
makes his visits very brief.
Nothing has yet been learned of
the old German, Jacob Keipcr, sup
posed to be the unknown man who
was burned in Antioch church at
Florence Station a few weeks ago.
Time only serves to confirm the suspicion
that he is the man who met his
fate on that Sunday night. His
friends are still at work, however,
searching for conclusive evidence.
More depositions were taken today
in the Oliver Allard divorce suit at
Attorney Lighfoot's ofllce. Judge
Courtney, of Metropolis, was present.
Thieves broke into Mr. J. K. Potter's
wagon yard at Third and Jefferson
si recta last night and stole 25
dozen eggs and n box of uew pota
toes belonging to Mr. G. W. Aaron,
of Rngland. Constable Miller anil
others have been nt work on the case
today, but failed to discover any
trace of tho thief.
Olllcer Frank Smedley has a now
umbrella. A tramp found it in the
post olllco yesterday, where someone
had left it, and mado the officer a
present of it.
STOLEN LICENSE FOUND.
Engineer Dossingr Hears From
His Missing l'tipers.
The Supposed Tlilof Wns Alim
ilered In .Mcinplils. The
l'npcrs round On Him.
Engineer Charles Dossing, of tho
wvvuuiv. utuign n, turning, WUICU
plys between Paducah and Metropolis,
had his license stolen ofi the boat
about three weeks ago.
Tho license were issued to him only
lust February I , and ho wns nt a loss
to account for their disaimenrnnm
They were of eourtin lnoi t i.iu
j name and were good for live years.
l- i.earii no more of them until n
few days ago, when lie read an account
in a Tennessco paper of the
imuiiui uj uiiu ouas. Dossiii" at
Memphis. 'Ihc man as a stranger,
bo the article read, and tho ouly way
I lie-Paducah Auct
1'ryorsburg Visited by
IN THC HANDS OF
EVERYTHING OF VALUE MEN-
ostniaster IlenJon limy TnMnjr
an Invoice 'loilay. lllood
Hounds Sent For.
ORGAN ZED 6AN6 OF THEM AT WORK.
Tho post olllco at Pryorsburg,
Graves county, six miles below
was looted by burglars last
night, and all the stamps and money
there were taken.
The marauders gained entrance by
breaking open the front door, and
they seem then to have taken their
time. The building, which is used
by I'ostnnstcr II. Ilcndon as n general
merchandise store, was found
wide open early this morning, and
United States Commissioner J. R.
Puryear, of the city, was at once
notiOed by telephone, and he ordered
Postmaster Ilcndon to forthwith take
an invoice of the complete loss to the
The tracks left by the robbers
were covered up that the trail might
bo preserved, and Marshal Walker's
bloodhounds were sent for, and were
to be brought up on the first train.
In addition to robbing the post
ollice, the robbers broke into Robius
Ilros.' dry goods store next door and
stole a quantity of goods in addition
to o small amount of money.
They left no clue, but their tracks
have not been disturbed, and it is believed
that the bloodhounds will be
able to follow them verv success
It was impossible even to approximate
the loss, but it will bounder
$100. According to the report sent
to Commissioner Puryear, every
thing of any value in the nay of
stamps, money, etc., was taken.
It is believed that there is an organized
gang of thieves operating in
Itosz Statiou was visited a few
nights ago and several hundred dollars
worth of goods stolen.
Uuttyerdish, sugarliowl or cream
pitcher at 5c each at thoyRybins
Glass and Queens warq Courpanywon
Monday, Apfil 12. S 7a4.
The introduction of tho spring and
summer excursion is mado by
the l;tck bowler giving an excursion
to Cairo next Sunday, April 11th.
weaving uio wnan ai Biuu and arriving
nt Cairo at noon. This will be
a fine opportunity to view the Hooded
districts between Paducah and Cairo.
The prominent feature will be the
Miatch game of base-ball at Sportsman
park between tho celebrated
Browns of St. Louis and tho Cairo
team of tho Central League. Faro
for round trip f 1. The Fowler will
lie at Cairo until the close of the
game. Good music and refreshments
ionfnd Storage Go.
entire stock of Sbeu. Gothinc. Hats, Jewelry.
Furniture and Carpetrortnc Louisville Department Store was purchased
at SHERIFFS SALE at a very low price and we arc prepared to sell
you these goods at less than manufacturer's prices. Come early and
secure bargains before they are gone. Remember the place,
PADUCAH AUCTION & STORAGE CO.
Corner Third and Court.
they could identify him was by a
steamboat engineer's license found on
his person, issued to Chas. Dossing.
This proved conclusively that the unknown
man was tho thief who stole
Engineer Dossing's license, although' (J fautl .Jury Hot
he could have little use for it. Thai
man is supposed to have been killed
for his money.
Capt. Cowling todny wroto to
Memphis to recover tho license, If
FAST TKA1N ON AGAIN.
Afternoon Pns.sciifrcr Delayed
The fast L. & N. train, after being
off about three weeks, was put on
today, and makes connection with
tho morning tram leaving here nt 8
o'clock at Nortonvillc for Nashville,
The Louisville passenger train, due
at 12:20 this afternoon, was delated
about forty minutes by a derailed
frclght'car above Dawson. Yesterday
it was delayed by a derailed car
urns Several In
DOCK ALOEN ON TRIAL.
riscal Court Ordus Ro.ul Ma-
OTHER NEWS IN COURT CIRCLES
i im LIT COtllT.
The grand jury ii accomplishing a
meat deal in a short tune. The fol
lowing .indictments lian been returned:
Tiidu.Vandxkc, grand larceny. He
stole $75 from Pete Rogers and was
caught in Anderson r 1 ml.
Chas Smith, alias Foster, colored,
nns indicted for grand larceny.
Louis Cooper, colored, was indicted
for breaking into Iliedcrman's
slaughter house and stealing some
G i urge Miller was iudieted for
breakim; into dipt. J. R. Smith's.
Henry Deadman, a Indian,
was indicted fur bog stealing.
Pinckuey Childers, white, was indicted
for stealing $l0.
Harry Miller and Jim Dayton,
tramps, were indicted for breaking
into the murine ways tool house.
Tom Hodges, who killed Laltie
Hale in Jerome Allen's livery stable,
was indicted for wilful murder.
Will Hudson, colored, charged
wi'li obtaining a wntcli and other articles
by false pretenses from Annie
Harper, was acquitted.
Joel Chandler, n well kuown young
man from near Florence Station,
pleaded guilty to stealing a bucket of
butter and was sentenced to one
month in jail by Judge ISisliop. He
was indicted for obtaining money by
The case against Tom Hodge,
charged with murder, was set for the
0th da', with Mr. J. Wheeler Campbell
The case against Harry Miller and
Jim Dayton for breaking into the
market house is set ior the eighth
day. Also the case against
Childers, charged with grand
larceny and Hud Scott, charged with
The case against Dr. Reuben Hur-rows,
charged with wilful murder,
was reset for the eighth day.
The case agaiust Sam Lewis,
charged with killing Ilamp Milligan,
was continued, Lewis uot being in
Tho caso against Dock Olden,
charged with killing George
Fitzpatrick, colored, on Pluukett's
Hill, was taken up this afternoon.
The county is determined to have
good roads, even should it fail in its
effort to secure free roads. Fiscal
court this morning authorized County
Judge Tully, after making due test,
to purchase four good road machines,
at an average cost of $226 each.
Trial machines will be ordered at
once, and the county will accept
those which suit it best.
The county lew was mado today,
being fixed at 5H cents, the same as
The salaries of tho county attorney
nnd county school superintendent
were reduced $100 each today. Tbey
are both to bo $000 per annum hereafter.
The salary of the county
judge wns fixed the same as hereto
fore, $11)50 per year.
s The position of purchasing agent,
held by Justice Gauster, whoso duty
its is to make all county purchases,
was today abolished by llscal court.
The salary was SI 00 a year.
Tho orders were read this afternoon
nnd court adjourned.
There was n few minutes' session
of the police court this morning.
A couple of breach of tho peace
cases and a plain drunk were cnllcd
Regular .Meals 15c. (H)
uVriivtii I In
clni: to tftutltlrpus (i
0:DeJ esmur.iut ,
120 North 5th
f 7's-y a. m.
i-3 l". M.
'P5ble HHrlce a
UdleH. We giium,
ty or place that's
Iilo.uure In announ.
l'aducab that 1 bitfe
ejff ry meal clean.
, Waltkr Scott.
r I k
NKXT PMIJK IIOUSK.)
GenIElctric llig h t
ana ioyer lq.
Will furnish Lights and Pdwer (pf fans, as follows t
.ux.toi uuuiu, ,
Jtesiaence Lights 20c(
Current for Fans
D. B- SIMON, Supt.
You can nytko your dollars do dou
bio dtitv biro in buvlnir all ttmt 1
boautifuLAnd becoming in Millinery.
wo puunore moa ana croatlvo con
Iuh Into our Alllllnory business
Tho season is
blacks and navy
ways ready and s
all others combined In 1'aducnh. To
buy your host hat without conultlnc
our Root! looks
ami puroo an mj
in checks but
ics nra great for
osnos mat nro al
to flnirer tno nual
We invito you nro
Ity and consider tho prices to soo If wo
are not roallv feavlnir you 10 to 25 por
cent. Wo believe wo are and that
vou will think so too.
Splendid 3Slnch all wools In variety
nt 22 1-20.
Very choicci46 Inch sorges at 29c.
Hlgn fjnuhvpsinch noeltles In variety
at 37 l-2(Tk
Fino 40 inch Sitirtinrr Jackards at 47c.
Very flno 62 inoli Mohair Ohlviott at
And hundreds lof other styles of
qually low prices. I
A stock of mschlcss beaut,
bevond description. Prices
do in credit nml please our customors
prices 35C, 26C 2UC, 17C, IOC, 12
11 10c, 9t, 8 7 1-2 down to
stylish rapes fer better goods for only
20 styles of deep hnmburjc edgings
that wo chance to buy away under
regular prices your choico for 10 nnd
Your choice of vurj' Ino torchorn
lacoB at 6c, A 8 10c and
12 a yard tuat you have often
considered cheap nt more than douhlo
tho price. The newest horniton lace
border veilings at 60 and 76c a veil.
Mnline and dotted silk veillncs oven
down to 5c a yard. I
Window shades ftiountcd on spring
roller for 15c, 20c, 25c, SOc and 35c a
Lace curtains nt Sxtre nioly low prices
39c, 75c, 95c, 1-2391.48 1.75 and 92.00
up to 93. n pair.
Soft finish bleached domestic at 4 1-2
5c, 6c and 6 ij yard.
i no dcsi riooca noso for uoys anil
girls uver solb In Paducah at 2 pair for
It is said that Congress is now legislating
a bill that win doublo the prico
on ail cheap matting and add 15c a
yard to the 20 and ,25o qualities. Wo
navo just received nice- assortment
of straw and cotton warp mattings and
will bo pleased to have you see them
for your mattings wants, prices 10c,
12 17c, 20c and 26c a yard.
North Third Street.
A Uetlncd h.xnlhiuon.
Amusing, Instruetivc i
20 and 30 ci
Thursday i uiuil pUc.
jicsi AppicyisuturVpouad. .
Hem Pearl liornlnv, poinu,
Uest Huckwheat Hourpound,
Uest Matches, 1,000 fjftr . .
May oata opened at
closed at a.
Three Nights& Saturday Matinee
f npsv Co
ocal and In-
Stt on lc
Ilcst Pfied Figs, pound.
I. L. RANDOLPH,
Phono 89. 123 South Second St.
(Ktpotted Dally bj LicyGrilD Companj.)
Chicago, 111., April 9 May-
wheat opened at GCg highest
ix, closed at G4;( bid.
Mny corn opened at 23t and
May pork opened nt $8.17 and
closed at $8. 'JO.
May lard opened at tt.lO'j
and closed nt 14.12.
May ribs opened at $1.52-55 and
closed nb $4.55-57.
N. W.' receipts, 3G4 cars.
Clercnccs, G8,000 bushels.
The Council Committee in Favor
of the City Donating
On Certain Conditions, However.
-Council man Uuriics
The committee appointed to
tho question of the city donating
its stock in tho gravel roads to
the county towards the purchaso of
tho roads, met this afternoon in Mayor
Yeiser's office. It consists of
Councllmen Williamson, S'arks,
Ilarncs nnd Rincklcff.
The majority agreed to report fn-
vorably on tho proposition to the
council at its next meeting, on tho
following conditirsai That the other
stockholders agree to sell their stock
for 60 cents on the dollnr in tho
North Hnllard and LoVelacovlllo
roads, nnd for 36 cents on tho dollar
for the Mny Held and llcnton roads.
Thcro will be presented nt the
council meeting a minority report,
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a J u i y ii
L feCt o latest lasts ana
w is. )Sti shape, and
vs. . cveryboily.
Days we will sell
I ca or Coffee Pot ?tC cacii.
Rice Hoilcr (with cup) 39c "
I ilk Pan
A 1Tt rw
xan. cor Aiieni.
Low prices, prompt nnd 1 ollto attention Oivolmi
will plcae ou. do ivery to a'l parts of tho city.
Just Received Our
318 to 324 Broadway. Sign o) Big Hatchet.
O. B. STHRKS,
Galinh and Densmore
J 07 SOUTH SECOND STREET
ttjTWIll oxchango for old Machines nt liberal figures.
C. F. Schrader,
' jf N K'
and FfclNCY 3t
rial order aid
Telephone 160. Cor. 12th & Madison.
. Spring and Summer Goods
We are now nrenared to nf iln. Ki,.-i
NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS,
AIm) very maiij; laaUluie effects in
nd Waist Patterns.
est shoe factories, the
up to date in color nnd
our prices on shoes suit
Wc have in excellent line of ladies
Pur niching Goods.
We want your patronage and will be thankful for it too.
JN0. J. DORIAN
205 Brnadway, Opposite Laorj Bros Dnlg Storp.
W lle io,i)iiTnrt to jila.
And tlo 11 Ktratmt rae
In tonnotfilart Mlixrrl
Kjjj nbjyuif anJ lair cutVnll.
Tom mrVfy louflfiM IlKht!
Kaxnra trrn anout or fefht.
t.aillcahalr turan.i dr.i?il
Children like lij p!ar (..
Will nhare ih llTlnaqdilm tA.
Antl call ami ahaTifthiaiiiA in ii
Onr lannilrv l onthe lom.
Hllbclrafi ilrainl ffr room.
Our OTlcel om. It'ndiir ten
Our patrona are tbn Ixyt ol mnn.
Ofrouriwi w t)iiitht if
iiui u..nur.ucu tv uiruiu IlilUO a
IttUU. I I
Itemembrr tha naiaa snd ilacu. I
LITTLE TOM ATKINS.
I HI Hmvlw.r
attorney's, d C L7 n
Practice in nil courts.
umce, uroaaway, bet. dth nnd
Thompson, the Tailor's.
also, Councilman Ilarncs dissenting.
He sated this afternoon that lie was
in favor of tho city donating its stock
provided tho legislature passed a law
providing for a maintenance of tho
roads after tho county takes chargo
All told, tho city owns nearly one-third
of nil tho roads.
S. Starks on hand tho
very lluest Siss, MrJcKlhid Imported
Cheese to le ferved will a cold,
fresh glass-of bier. i ia'i
The Secondhand Man,
214 Court'' Street.
Hns somo excellent bargains 4n
Second Hand Glow
See his $3 shop-made Sh
Thereire none better.
SIioch ropairod nnd dollv(
part of tho city. .
If you hnvo Oast (OfrytJlothIiiR or
SIiooh to sell notify hlni oy postal cord
nnd ho will call and (rethorn.
Has opened s new stock: oi
at his stnnd on tho corner of JJeventl
nnd Adams. Call and flffo him and gel
nis prices ; no will savoyou money on
everything you oat. Froo dollvory
nu parts oi tno city.
103i S. Seprfftid ,
Nw 1'iiriiltiirH, clefttjr Towcla and keen
Itutnrs hi. i In. aiul I it cuttluy ii me lu tba
utateii klyie. ,