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W. C. RICHESON, Dealer in Staple and Fancy GROCERIES,
TnE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY EVE., APRIL 14, 1883.
Tjik cigar boys nurAit the town,
All wear n tunltc to-day(
lieciuiKC, you see. the fntes decree.
They'll get their extra pay,
The Bulletin congratulates,
And wishes best of luck ;
And may they llvo a thousand yenrs
The striken and tho struok.
"IlAZEI, KlltKK." A charming picture ni,.t,ifnl i
of domestic life. I
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Lexington i8 now lighted bv twenty-
fivn electric burners.
Hemp i3 quoted at $4.0-3 nt Lexington, ,
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and the crop is said to be very fine. I
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S. H. Uakiiett & Cos. circus will ex-,
hibit in Maysvillo on Monday, May 7th. '
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The mercury registered eighty-seven
degrees in the shade yesterday afternoon.,
"Hazel Kiiikk." A domestic drama, i
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direct in its simplicity, unerring ill its,
The iron front for Dr. Moore's business
house on Second street arrived today.
It is to be put up immediately.
Mas. A. J. Williams' show windows
this week are attracting much attention.
me uispiaj of t.isnmuts ami Miuih is "
umisuallv handsome. ,
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e near oi several persons who expect
to be: gin building houses in Chester ns
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soon as there IS a certainty that the Street
railway will bo constructed
Tin: last agonv in note paper resembles ,
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discolored parchment, which bv means !
of dark coloring is made to look as if it '
nau ruiitu awiij HiiJLiiLiruiiisni.crii0i,. '
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Tin: slanderous LotllSVlllo Post saV3 : ,
, ..r n i i -i r i
X Maysvillo man poisoned a biscuit for;
rats, .uotnei in law n'o int mscuit. iue,
M. m. now believes in a special
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Avoid the rush for seats for "Hazel
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Kirko by securing them at once, lho
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celebrated plav is announced for next
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Wednesday, ono night only, . and the
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oniy represeiuaiion nere tins season.
Mi:. G. "W. Gi:isel, who has been an
indefatigable gatherer of prehistoric
relics has deposited a largo and valuable
collection in the rooms of the Historical
Society. aro many curious and
rare articles in tho lot which will bo of
groat interest to all persons interested in
Thk Mugby Junction tea party is I
device of Massachusetts invention, for '
yielding fun and money for the churches.
Baskets containing suppers for two persons
aro sold by auction. Each bears
tho card of the woman who prepared the
meals enclosed, and they purchaser has
her for a companion nt table.
Mas. Ei.i..ni:Tit Mkans. the venerable
mother of Robert F. nnd Q. A. Means, of
this city, died on Thursday evoning, tho
l'Jth inst., near Concoru, of paralysis. She
was born at Shephardsville, Bullit county,
Ky., in 1802, and was consequently
years of age. Mrs. Means
was an esteemed citizen of lho community
where she lived so many years and
her death will be sincerely deplored
there and elsewhere.
Tin: work of securing subscribers to
the $20,000 worth of first mortg.igo bonds
of tho street railway is progressing satisfactorily.
A considerable p.irt of the
amount has been taken and it is thought
tho remainder c in bo placid among our
own citizens. Tho projectors of tho enterprise
aro very much encouraged and
hope in a fow days to bo able lo announce
that active stops toward tho construction
of tho road will bo taken. Such of our
citizens, who can a fiord to do so, ought
to como forward immediately and take
tho bonds that remain.
Tun speech of tho lion. J. Tractor
Knott at tho Court House yesterday afternoon,
was a sound and ablo explanation
of tho truo principles of Democratic
government, and waB hoard by a large
and highly -pleased audience. Such
speeches throughout tho State at this time
would bo ot incalculable service to the
party. Mr. Knott is a forciblo and pleasing
speaker of great earnestness, and
with tho power of carrying conviction
with his words, and whilo his claims
upon tho Democracy wero strongly presented,
his speech wus remarkably freo
from unfavorable criticism of any of tho
gontlemon who aro contesting with him
for ffio Gubernatorial nomination. Ho
left this afternoon for Scott county, where
Yvo is announced to speak this evening.
Fourth Day's Proceedings Continuation
of the Cooper-Insko
for the Defense.
Lee Frlcli, Hworn.nnd said: Don't know
Cooper and his wile. WuHiit the fair last day,
Saturday, saw Cooper uud wife when I went
out there. Hud no conversation with them
that day, saw tnem ngaln Just beforo shooting
was done oloso to It when It took place. He
was close to left post, (post fartherest lrom
pike hi steps.) Hndjust came up behind them
?coopernnd wife) I saw some ono come up.
lie and two youim girls ctmo up, one on each
nrin. Thpv camu iid fiiclni!. 1 didn't know
who this lellow was. Ho said "there's the
d n s-n of a now I Intend to kill him."
Cooper wild "II you do, you'll have to be
quicker than I am." I turned around mid ran
back, was rtlrald thoro would become shoot
lug Hadn't run far. befoie I hoard ilistshot.
Heard second shot whoa I got down on the
eround.Tho two women trledto pull him buck
he tried to getaway from them. Haw Insko
alter ho was laid out In hall. Can't bo
tive thnthe wasthosnmo man. Whou these
rorns W,E? "i'01"'11 the man was looking at
Cooper. There were a good many peiHons
between mu nud Coonor and between Cocfnur
audthlsman Have known Cooper and his
JS tf UvVSISSt telaulS"?!!!
S (V.V.S. when i wenuumm. told I
my cousin .Mr. ionc.aooui mis. never told
any one but him about what I heaid till I
wassummonned. I was in thieo or four teet
tA mu.. ..-. i,lwwii .in 1
Ul UI))U1 1 II U Illil Mi V (fill vil ciu aiiuuiiiN
fur from JJnnnnrns thnt is trom mo (nolllllllir
him') TfeVwere mrtles brtwceiis. 'tVi" 1
....... women were pulling him back. I hail ran t
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mjiiib uisiaiiuti iiuu i mnuUl,,.i
down on ground when second shot was Hied.
Connors Kelated to Ueome Cooper,
am twenty-eight years old. Live in Bracken
county, with my mother. Wasn't thereat
tlmo of kllilnu. Am a mauled man, my
In other George Is about yeais
od. Hlsstrength Inst fall was not veiy great,
j.8,,llnnlw lie had b en maided about
thiee weeks before fair. wa nttalr evory day,
was a policeman. Don't recollect of seeing
Insko them, saw niv htother once that day.
Haw lllm a s,lorl , inie heiore Miootlng. I came
upstairs iirom stable. SawiiliiiHtiiniiliisnem.
1 was with him about ton minutes (several
questions were asked by Air. Wadswoilh, at
torney, at this point concerning a convocation,
witness had with Cooper at that time,
lint iluv worn ruled out.1 llo lelt and went
round towards sieps. ills jvif ,S?i,SV?.AU".!h5
nslcedwliere George was. I pointed Ueorgoout
to her. lie was away.
Him Joined him nnd they wont on towuids
". n,ui about time to walk to steps when
J heard shots. Didn't beo them. Didn't see
hmoUe x hiuv isko alterwards lying on
piomenado near post. Haw a bullet hole In
n0or about two feet from post. Next saw him
In Floral Hall about one and a half hours
;"r.u0)e(i undress him and lay him out.
Saw wound on loft hand. It looked like a
Jks)) woumIi It was quartering on hand. It
was high up.
The defense introduced other witnesses,
whoso testimony wa aro unable to give,
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at tho session of com t last night, lhe
attorneys for the defense announced .i.,,,
they were through. A few .?Btna
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vcre introduced in rebuttal,
adjourned till this morning.
Services will be held as usual at St.
Patrick's Church to morrow.
Tho usual services will be held at the
M. E. Church to-morrow by Kev.
The niotracted meeting at the M. K.
Church, South, at Germantown,
(oil Lv T)r It. Illnor olosod this week with
The Presbytery of Ebeneer meets in
Covington, next Friday evoning at 7:."0
o'clock. The opening sermon will be
preached by Kev. S. B. Alderson.
IU:v. M. D. Reynoum will preach at
thuM. K. Church, South, next Sunday
at 11 a.m., and 7:150 p. m. Subject for
evening: ''Tho standard for judging
the Biblo in tho light of modem research."
Tho congregation of tho Southern
Presbyterian Church will hold their regular
services at tho church to-morrow
morning and evening. Preaching by Ilev.
S. N. Chester, of Charlotte, N. C. The
public is cordially invited.
Rev. A. N. Gilbert will preach at the
Christian Church to-morrow morning,
giving tho lust of tho series of sermons on
"Fiituro Piinishmont," the special subject
being "Tho Nuturo of Future Punishment."
At night ho will givo the
second lecture of the series on "Love,
Courtship nnd Marriage," tho special subject
being "Courtship." Everybody cordially
welcome. Services begin punctually
Tin: impression exists at Minerva that
Win. Bradbury, who killed Ephraiin
Dragroo on Thursday afternoon nnd subsequently
escaped from tho ofllcer
who arrested him, has committed
suicide. No news has been heard of
him in tho neighborhood, although
the closest search has been inndo. ' His
friend aro now hunting for his body, nnd
it is now said that there aro good reasons
for believing that at tho timo tho murder
was committed ho was mentally irro
sponsible for tho tho act. Hitherto ho is
said to havo been a quiet and orderly
and w'as well thought of by all who
Death or Thouuis 31. Alien.
The news was received in Maysvillo
this morning ot tho death of Mr. Thomas
M. Allon at tho Good Samaritan Hospital
at Cincinnati, yostorday. Tho ronuiins
1 will arrivo in this city to-night.
HIS MA DECKIVKS HIM.
" Give me ten cents worth of saffron,
quick," said the bud boy to the grocerv
man, as he came in the grocery on a gal
lop, enrlv one morn ins.', with no col
I.,-. mm.I .in t.oat llnlnnt.wl a tlwin.,1.
lie had been routedout of bed in a bur-1
rv, and bad jumped into his pants unit
hoots, and put on his oat and hat on the
T 1rtnft tnrn atifTu'm diiil tlifa (Tincnrv !
man, as he picked up a barrel of ax-
handles the bov had tipped over in his
hurry. "You want logo over to the '
druir store on the corner, if you wunt
suffron. But what on earth is the mat-"
At this point the boy shot out of the
(loor.iinpini: over it uiihkuiui wohu ulmus.
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and disappeared in the drug store. J
grocery man got down on his knees on t
the sidewalk and scooped up the beans,
occusloliallv looking over to tho drug .
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unvt io !- '-i viiviu
nivivj jni 1'iviivn .i' !
the boy o.imo out of the drug store and
walked deliberately towards his home. !
as though there was no particular hurry.
The grocery man looked ufter him, took
up an spit on hi hands and .
shouted to tun oov to come over nrcuv
'n. lo ."! 1" tlk with him.
The boy did not come to the grocery till ,
tnvvnnU niulit. lint .......... tho i?roi!irv man had
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seen iiiui uu niiig noun ion a u,i,hi
tiitmu i iiiMinr llin iti iktwut hn rirlti itik tr i
in tlioir lutisiiinaa Onf ilnn't nnrwl
i iiiiuo uviiiii uiv iii wiiiv iiv. i'mh ii'iw), . . pi i
li iriiurt ?tii tlwwlrintii .mil tlin urn. t "1 UUOUier COllllim. I IMS II mi 1UU
oer siinnihcl what was the I rouble. I
Along towards hL'ht the boy came in in
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iiaeicctea &ort oi a tiiea way, .u uowu ,
on iiitriP J. , ,-,..,..,. .,,,,1 , ....... spoke. !
' What is it. a boy or a girl." mui! the
grocery man. winking at an old ludv,
with a'hhawl over her lnad, who wit
trying to hold a paper over a pitcher id' ,
udili lu.i'ili l
vit wun nil uiiiiiHj.
"How in blazes did you
thing about it, saul lhe buy as he looked
laroutnl in atouishnP'nt, and wi'h soino
indignation. - ell, itsa g.r., ii you must
know, ami that s enough, and bo looked '
down at the cit il.iing on lhe floor with '
.1 i,At,iti Ii'k fuei. ! in' ii. ieelinn." !
"O, don't feel bid about i." said the
grocerv m. m. as he opened the door for '
the old lady. ".Such tilings are bound lo
occur, Hut you lukeniv wonl for it. tint
young one is going to have a hard life,
unless you mend your wnv.s. You will
be using it fn- a cork to u jug, or to wad
a gun with, the thing your inn
"I wouldn't touch the darn thing wli
the tongs." said the buy, tin he r Hied
enough to eat some civckcrs and cheese.
"Gosh, thw cheese tastes good. I 'i ant
had nothing to eat since uiona tg. I
have been all over this town trolling lor
nurses. They think a boy liann't g t .n.y
feelings. Bur I wouldn't c.reagol d. rn.
if ma hadn't been -ending inc for
medicine, and hay fever "null all
winter, when she wanted to gft rid id
nio. I havo come in the room lots ol
tinwia udii.li inn mui the sowiii1' 'irl were
., ,..i 1,1.. .. I1..IHW.! ti.iots. and ma
it safe, and there are people people just
suflering for babies. Hay, how would it
be to take the babv some night and leave
it on some old bachelor h dpor ep. If it
hnd been a bicycle, or a breech loaning
?"" mip, l woman t :""? have c trod, out a
IMUV : I It lllUKCfe II1U urea, 1(1 uruinor
;ven prize package. Well, 1 urn sorry Pa
allowed . no to come home, after he drove
me UWtt lllsl Wl'-K i guess an nuwuiiieu
me to come back for was to liumillliate
me, and send me on errands. Well, I
m"f 8 and see if ho and the cat have
And the bov went nut and put up a
in front of tin; store, Uwe
'Jour ttteaiurejor Htjfmn ten.
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MEhSIl. SsULSKU. I'miY ik Co., the
gest manufacturers of cigars in Mays-
ville, have agreed to give the piice asked
i ,. llll(in,:vi,q a.,,l tho strike 'm now
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at an end. lhe ugreemeut would havo
been signed yesterday when the other
mnnufueturers approved it, except for tho
aWnuLl of hoth Mr. Sulser and Mr.
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I'etry from the city. I he best of feeling
exists uu iirouiui.
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Wk take pleasuie in calling the atten
iinn nf mn ti. tin. o.lvnHicnmnni
.lira, w, t.. luiltlk to HIV ll'H I I7L.(
fl Mi...,.,-..,.... & r.owor
specialty of supplv ing stoves of the latest
design and best qualities, which thev
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'" J'011. ' t nin .scrap iron,
stoves they wuriiint to last longer ami
uivc better service than any otheis in the
maiuet. , 'piw.v aioca.i intention totncir
'U"'? siieeiiiltii's which will be found
pniimerated m the advertisement, llicir
..rices, their friends, are nslow
,lg uuv thl.r can o!!cr.
hLJsU A L.
Mr. .io.H'i'h II. we regiet to
pay. i no be tier to-day.
.Mr. Henry liridgrc is spending a few
with irp'inh nt Cincinnati.
Mr. W B. Huston, of Lexington, was
in Mavnvillo vesteidiiv and
Mr. ll nrv M L'ltiUHhiiu, of the steamer
T'legrapb, i.-. in the city vUiting his
MUe, Mary Habl and Miss Fanny
Hugt. are visiting fiivuds at Kli.ni!le
Mr. S. Sdoiiinn, fit her of the Mays-ville
Ga- W is in th city on a short
visit to his old fjielldn.
I Mr. Thomas Fitzgerald and wife are
' isiiiug thefiimily of hi-father, Mr. John
( I'iizger.ild. of tlds city.
L,,l'1, " "" J'edden and Cant Henrv
' Ucdden, Lite ol the steamer S . P.
'.in will leave in about two weeks
j f(1,. c'oiorado, the former to engage in
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'"le.-s at i.utmison and the latter to
Mook after hi mining interests.
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, V)u. (;,.ltll..vnf Kyi to lno wUo of
ueoiue Mall, a Umnjiiter.
Nt., ot.nuilHtown, Ky.. to the w'lenf Win.
, in,ko, it-mi.
Al Un(.lmillf Ohio. April 12. in, to the
wire of .Mi. Davis Anderson, u son.
Near Germantown, Ky., to the wife of A.
At Oennantown. to the wife of Win.
At lli'lduevllle, llraclien county, Mr. HICHAM)
XOKUIH, aged uuty years.
Near llrooUsvllle. Ky., Mr. H. C. WEST, of
v Gkihkl, grocer,
Seoud street, Muysvllle, Ky
I Limestone 8 7 25
Kainlly i 25
SzZZZZZ 1 25
Kontuclcy Mills I) W
1 Muiter,vm 2:10 I
i JVrfoV:::::.:::.:'.".".":"":"." In
m unity peca
i VMSJif 'K;,;v 30$M 75
M?lnnM,nV:T"" "'":;". 20
jsjuar,Kruniilated p ti II
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ams suHrcuro.i'T,i ml" IS
Uacon, breaklusi ty tr. 15
Uotimiy.ty aaiiou. 20
Means ty sal Ion -Ill
PotuiobS peck 20
iirANixi) A good boy to loam tho bio-leas.
knocked out of prices
W in wimottiiiitktnt!. James M.Kiuzlerde
sires the people to know that ho Ih prepared to
(ID UUKlUUSOl WHKOIl will ft, chiiui iuiiiiiiui.
or now work, at reasonamo prices, roinnus uu
ibirim;agooajob will pioaso can. r
.ivi.ii r.n u. i" uaiiiuivi
waxti:A kooU second hand wife.
I Apply to cn.ir20
"iOll SAl.i: Two ScarlotOleaudors, huvou
JFJ teet myli, in uios, Appiy in
ti!3 THIS OFFICE.
lOlt SALE Awntni; and frame complete
' A aoo' older. Coil u, win son ior a.
to nV.W. LYNCH,
uldly 11 .naiisui
would hide them in a basket and send
mo ofl after medicine. 1 ws deceived
up to about four o'clock this morning.!
when na eome to niv room and nulled
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me out ot bed to go oyer on the West
hide alter some old woman imu kuw
inn, and theV have knot me whooping
ever since. 'Wh.t a boy want of a
sister, unless it is u big sister? I don't
want no sister that I havo got to hold,
and rock, ami hold a bottle for. This
ull'.iir breaks me all up," and the hoy
picked tho cheese out of his teeth with a
sliver he cut nil" the counter.
"Well, how does your pa take it?
said the grocety man, as he charged the
boy's pa with cheese, and saltroti, and a
number of such things.
"0, pa will pull through. lie wanted
to boss the whole concern until ma's
chnm, nn old woman that takes snull,
(ired him out into the hull. I'u sat there
on niv hand-sled, a perfect picture of
despair, and I thought it would be a
kindness to play it on him. I found the
cat asleep in thb bath-room, and I rolled
the cat up in a shawl and brought it out
to pa and told him the nurse wanted him
to hold the baby. It seemed to do pa
good to feel th.it he was indispensable
around the house, and he took the cat on
his lap as tenderly as you ever saw a
mother bold an 'infant. Well, I got in
tint back ball, where he couldn't see me,
and pretty soon the cat began to wake up
and stretch himself, and pa said,
o to sleep now, and let pa hold it, and
pa rocked buck and forth on the hand -
sled and began to sing 'by, low, baby.'
That settled it with the cat. Well, some
cits cin't stand music, anyway, and tjiv
mom tho cat wanted to get out of the
shawl, tlio louder na sung, and bimeby I
heard something i ip, and na yelled, ' scat
von brute,' and when I looked around
the corner oi tne nan me cm was umuuig
hissolf against pa"s vest with his too nuils,
and yowing, and pa fell over tho sled
and began to talk about tho hereafter like
tho minister does when ho gets excited
in church and then pa picked up tho sled
and seemed to be looking for mo or the
cat, but both of us was awful scarce.
Don't vou think thero aro times whon
bovs and cats aro kind of fow around
thoir accustomed haunts? Pa don't look
as though he was very smart, but he can
hold a cat about as well as tho next man.
Hut I am sorry for ma. blio was just goi
ttng reuuy io u iu nuniw v.
-;.. r i u 'i ii i in i. ii n uu lii il. i,u mu
ono. Pa savs I will havo a nico timo this
lr nuahini! tho baby wagon. By
the great horn spoons, thero has got to
bo a dividing line somewnore, neiwoou
business and pleasure, and I striko tho
lino at wheeling a baby. I had rather
catch a string of peich than to wheel all
Mm Liihins over was. Thov neodn't pro-
euro no baby on my account, if it is to
amuso mo. I don't see why babies can't
I bo sawed off onto people that need them
AT THE OLD STAND,
NO, l. SKt'DXK Nl'IttiET
IJiOK SALE Kedsteads, heddlng. spilngs,
lEonem'! ft looking guises and other
propel ty. Apply to
aikliw kkhd. SfHAT.MANN.
TJMil second'haiid SplinTS
A Co's.bilek; 50 squares 10 illng tin nearly
new;2V 0 fWi of nearly new hitiilwrof
elll kluis. Apply to
miod&wir o. M. WILLIAMS.
ttmik two storv fnnne dwelling
ift,,, '"Tri1 euCtii wf.Vm uhk a?JU
ana tw feet deep, runnlig hick lo Lexington
P'ke. Also a siiihll cottage I i the rear ol.s,nld
rooms, ror limner par-PATRICK
Veuia'i.Vapply lo CULLEN.
IOlt KKNT V uoo I bousHiiud one acreof
A- around I11TIII lilt city limits. uu, uuii
Wlti no abundancol plants ready lor use,
Tmui with two rooms, hall,
" kitchen, servants' loom and cellar. Ceu-
tially located Iiow, to right party. Inquire
ut aTdtf TUlSUtHlTi.
T Last wcfk on Third or Second street
1 j a Lfiiroet ear iluu. the Under will return It
to office and tt lewarded. uliidlw
Wednesday, April 18.
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n dramatic success of America,
huli. In the
United htaiesi.ver u,otimi:s.
HAZEL Pi rented with a IKIRKE
HAZEL IWldel sinvl.il I l.c auspices east of 'kirke
HAZEL lllL JIMiMI.N isllL'AHE VRVC
THK TKK, 'RiUBJ:
HAZEL N w Y o r It. .KIRKE
A Ileum 1 Co! Domestic Love Story.
.illeriiiile t'eiirs and I.nugrliler
'Speclal eeneiy fioin Madison Siuaio
The.it i e lor ewiy acl.
AiimNstou 7 eeiii. seats con be seemed at
Millinery and Notions,
Thiol .treet. opposite I'lirlstlau Chinch,
to liifnrm her trteiids nnd customers
t 'it he tin and assorted
Mo"k ,f Piitiiery Uo ids and Notions ever
bioulii lo lhe city. lt Ice- very low.
SPRING WlLUNERY GOODS
MMViNed a liiuuiMiine supply oi
rli.W U ,ids ior He Spilim Hade New
IJoitiH'ts.Itthi (tml XeckiVeaf
Ct,Silul(1 ln',llt:, ,.v..tMl.ii.go: the latest styles,
and bea'utliu! to ii I 1 nk the ladles lo
callaiiiJeX'Uiiloenn and compare pi Ices
Vul'jd.vwim Mis Lot: roWLINO.
The 111 in of HON AN A CLIKT, was
by mutual consent M uch ITJ, IssiS.
The boons ot lhe late firm have been placed
In the hands ot Sallee it S.dlee. who are authorized
lo settle all the business ot lhe lato
thin. A. IION'AN,
nito.lnuhvw. C. 11- CLIKT.
City Property For Sale.
' bilek on Maiket street,
JL two sti ry brick on corner ol Third and
Limestone, two-story Hani" an ! lid ureet,
two vacant lousonsoathsnleof FomiliHtreut,
small bilck bouse on Catholic alley, vacant
lot on the KlcmiUK pike.
iiPdlm H.J. I'OWKLL.
So. 5),W. Mcoiid s.i,,0)l,4,cri IJouso,
Krultsaiul Vegetahle.sin senson. VoUr patrou
a;e respectfully solicited. JUdlv
F. H. TRAXEL
Baker and Confectioner
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Tne only nvinufacturer of PUKE STICK
CANDY in the city. Ordt weildlngH and
parlies piomptly attended to. myfidly
k R, ELASCUCK & CO !
Is the place to i;et hars;alns In
Keeolves every day Klver, Lake and Salt-
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Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter.
Keeps, constantly on hand Hath Tubs. Water
( losots, Wash islands, Foicoand Lift Fiinips.
WiOURlit Iron and Lead I'liHi.OloboAUBleand
Check Vaivcs.Hleam and Water Uaues. Deal
or Mi tho celebrated Calumet brand of Hewer
I and Drain Pipe. Jobblnc promptly attenueu
to ami all woiu wairanui.
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