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TWiSAN AWFUL SCENE
Story of the Man Who Saw Mrs. Brooks Killed. HE WAS B1VETED TO THE SPOT. Coroner'. .fury llcclarvs That the Rail road Company W«< Guilty of Ntgli Renrc in the Furnburat Crotsiiig Acci dent A Sailor Falls Overboard aud Narrowly Itscape. Drowning Baseball 1'layers Want More Exercise. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. New Castle. June 22. Jeremiah Dotman, who was the only eye witness to the horrible accident at Fanilmrst yesterday morning when the Norfolk express train struck Mrs. James Brooks, of Newark, and hurled her. iter wagon, horse, butter and eggs into a promiscuous pile twenty live feet up the tracks, trembled from head to foot yes terday as he related the tragic details to an Evknino Jot iiNAi. reporter on the New Castle accommodation train after the inquest. In his own 'peculiar way Dorman told of how the team came up the road at a rather lively rate with Mrs Brooks lean ing against the side of the wagon, appar ently taking a nap. The train ap proached, the locomotive whistle aud bell sounding out fiercer than ever. dreamed of the woman's danger," said Dorman, "until I shouted to her, and Uten me old legs lost their cuunin' and I couldn't move 'em nor could I tnrn my head. I tried to say T.awd have mercy on me,' but my tongue seemed to cleave to the roof of my mout h. 1 kin feel my knees shake yet. Oh Christ mas! what a sight it was. seemed to go up in the air first, cleau loose from the wagon, not even the single tree hanging to him Everything else flew up like it had been blowcd wld dynamite, slowin' down. | heard de woman mourn and mourn but I felt sick like and my teeth was n chat terin'. Den I see do train men running back and I was all right and could run to the poor lady. She was completely scalped aud her left arm was broken. Dorman said that such a sight, at that hour of the day, and coming upon him wholly unexpected, completely unnerved him. He had seen accidents, whippings and bangings, but nothing so terrible the accident which yesterday caused Mrs. Brooks her life. As a result of the inquest wblen Cor oner Kirk held at the almshouse yester day afternoon the jury censured the rail road company for not providing a night watchmau for the Farnhurst grade crossing. The jurors pronounced the crossing an unusually dangerous one al though no , accident has ever happened there before aud no watchful person could ever be injured there. "I nover The horse Ho was up Don de train passed. Still I conldu' move. ll* Plenaanl Sunday School Picnic. The well known steamer Major Rey bold was crowded with laughing little folks soon after ahe touched at this city yesterday. The children were the members of the ptimary department of the New Castle M E Sunday school and over 300 of them went on the school's annual excursion across the river to Silver Grove. All sorts of and outdoor sports were Indulged in the pretty little resort opposite this city. Although the mem hers of the school were carried free, yesterday, the patronage of their friends gave them a net profit. games al The Baseball Player» .Were Waroetl. An afternoon paper yesterday stated that Manager Madden, ot the baseball club, had not been notified that games could be played at Battery Park, which is owned by the Delaware Kail road Company. Madden - was, however, duly notified last Saturday afternoon, according to his own statement, that the club would have,to seek another play ground. The statement now made that "games can go on as heretofore" is be lieved to be too good to be true. Bandmen Beady f or WTork. The City Cornet Baud is considering several engagements to play on the Fourth of July. The band is in excel lent trim ander the management of J. B Lancaster aud the leadership of Hugh McCaughn. Three different towns negotiating to have the brilliant parade uniforms and sprightly martial music of the band grace processions In their midst. no in ore nr* Dobblnsrlllr Women I nder Peace Bund*. The adjourned case of threatening language preferred by one Dobbinaville woman against another came up for hearing In Ma yor Herbe rt'a office, la st evening. »mined apd Several witnesses —.-two, in part, corroborated the testimony of the state witness The were ex Z04% ^5 X : L* A ONG ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refresbiug to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, hcad nhes and fevers and cures habitual tonstipation. ßvrup of Figs is the only remedy of iu kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the tasto and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in Is action and truly beneficial in iu v,ffecU, prepared only from the most Seal thy and agreeable substances, iu |my excellent qualities commend it Jn all and have made it the most popular remedy known. oyrup of Figs is for sale in 60c and tl bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand wih pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any rnbstitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AW FKAHCI8C0. CAL. ' UHJISVIIU, xr NE* r<m_ #,» Pdfit \Ba fcincf^ Powder JJbsohitely Pure A cn am of tartar baking powder. Highlit of all in leavenlni; Htreii^th.— liaient United State« Government Food Ile|K»rt. Royal Baking I'owmtKl'o 106 Wall Ht. N. Y mayor decided that the defendant was guilty of the charge, and held her in her own recognizances for six months and pay costs of the case which were *2,.ft0. Save<l a Sailor From Drowning. The temperature iu this city was away np yesterday. Among those who became much affected by ft w'eie members of the crew on a sand vessel. One man, when he returned from a walk np town,was visibly affected from drinking adulterated ice water that he staggered, aud when going over the gang-plank took a dive into the cooling Delaware waters. A comrade jumped overboard ami kept him from drowning. They Bailie Before H V. M . Complaint has been lodged with the police that a number of youths go iu bathing off the side wharf of the W pier before H o'clock. It is a very objectionable pastime at this early hour, as the yards of dwelling houses on Water street reach down to where they go in swimming. What is still worse is the fact that they wear no bathing suits, not even a fig leaf. W»nl to I'lay Hi« AVI tin Ingl School. The New Castle Juniors Baseball Club would like to arrange a game of ball, to he played on excellent grounds in this city, on July 1. The New Castle Juniors would prefer to play the Wil mingtou High School, and will be pleased to hear from that club. The manager's address is T. 1) Wise, New Castle, Del. •-n and N. R. It,, High Inetileiil. of the Day. Rowing, sailing and swimming erenow lh e _favorlte evening pastimes for the young people. The steamer Thomas Clyde stopped here yesterday but received only a very limited patronage. Sympathy was from the first and all the time with Lizzie Borden and the diet of not guilty seems to give general satisfaction here. ver I'erHonal Kventa. The Misses Stockton are at home again after an extended southern visit. ('hartes H. Seiitmau, the well-known printer, has been indisposed at hia home on Vine street. Michael A Sullivan, who was recently appointed to a position in the Treasury Department at Washington, has already been promoted to the position of seliger at an increased salary. Miss Carrie Sträube men la enjoying a »> estera lour. During her journey she will visit the World's Fair aud several places in Minnesota. Mrs. Temple and children, of Now have returned home after a York, visit to her mother, Mrs. Hewlett. Mrs. Mollie Duhammet), of Ceoilton, Md., is the guest of relatives ou Delà ware street. Hot weathtr coat» in all fashions at the* New fork Clothing House. Machine-Mixed Mortar Delivered in boxes to any point in the city limits. GsoBoirU. McCall Company O ffices, Eighth and Shipley Telephone No. »175. streets. A. V. DuPont W'urtli Nearly «.'1,000,000. Only the Louisville aud Jefferson county real estate owned by the late A. V. DuPont has been appraised so that the Fidelity Trust Company officials feel that they are nearly correct iu giving the figures. Central park, in Louisville, was appraised at |26:),000,aad remaining parcels of realty at *10,000. As to the value of the stocks and bonds, the bulk of the property,John Slltes states that it is now impossible to give a really close estimate. he thinks, however, lump ing the estate, real and personal, in Louisville and elsewhere, that *3,000,000 come hear the figures. The estimate of Ow.OOO he regards as in excess of what will he reached. fit, Vllrllled I s. lug Brick Of best qaality. OaonoK H. McCall Company, Offices, Eighth and Shipley streets. Telephone No. 675, Did you see those linen cotta t hat the New York Clothing House, No. 31Ü Market street, are telling at 50 cents? RECENT LITERATURE. The Overland Monthly for July will be the midsummer number and appear In an appropriate cover of cream and olive, with a design of roses around the ancient grizzly. • 'Fort Ross," where the Russians had a settlement in Cali fornia for thirty years; "The Fish Pa trol," among the "Dago" fishermen of the upper bavs, and Carquiuez Straits, and "A Temblor in Mad Male Mine,"» thrilling account of an earthquake ex perieuce. There will also be a charming group of illustrated poems, on different West coast flowers. There are to be stories aud sketches by various well known writers, amoug them Flora Haines Loughead, Leonard Kip aud Frauces Fuller Victor. The Illustrated American for the week ending Juue 2-1 abounds in news con cerning the World's Fair. The Alge rlne theatre, one of the greatest novel ties, is graphically described and Ulus trated. "An Actor King" is the title of an article on the life aud work of that great actor Edwin Booth. Por traits aud illustrations of his chief im personations are given. Charles Nid Huger contributes a g'owtug account of C. Mlle. Noya and her audacious ballads. She is a French singer of note whose figure clothed scantily, and her decidedly French ways contribute as much to her popularity as her voice. The topics in this week s number are all timely apd by reading it a knowledge ot all the important events of the dav may be gained Now is the time and Hazleton Lehigh Coal the kind to lay in for winter. Care fully screened sud selected for fsmily use Gbobok H. McCall Company, Offices, Eighth sud Shipley streets. Telephone No. 675, EVENING JOURNAL, THE WORLD OF BASEBALL. riiiUdeljihtA Dtfcsted In a T#o*liinlng G«»m# -Beanf)» of Other Gnnitt«, * The Philadelphias League race at present, received an un expected set back yesterday at the hands of the Washingtons, who beat them on their own grounds in a ten inning game. The Bostons also made the Quakers trem ble a bit by defeatiug the Brooklyns and pulling up to within six points of first place. The New Yorks, sad to relate, lost another game, this time to the Bal timorés, who are now tied with Ward's men for sixth place. Pittsburg put a damper on the hopes of the Clevelauds by wluuiug a close battle from them, while Von der Ahe gloated over the temporarily discomfiture of Billy Barnle's Louisville» at the hands of the St. Louis Browns. The results: Washington 11; Phila delphia. 10. Baltimore ft; New Yorkl. Boston 7; Brooklyn ft Cleveland ft. who lead the Pittsburg (I; Ht. Louis, 9; Louisville, (i Schedule Air T«-D»v. Philadelphia vs. New York. Brooklyn vs Washington. Cincinnati vs. Chicago: Iroiiisville. Boston vs. Baltimore. St. Louis vs. The Cham|»loimhl|» Kfcorti. W. I». pl 2S 16 .1 w. i*. r.o. .«» i Baltimore .WM 1 Wanldiigt'a 17 2.1 .477 .614 I Cincinnati. :.*»» lit .444 |h 24 .42» I» 21 .42» 7 2» .21H) I'hilinla.... I'•»'•I t.n Brooklyn... Pittsburg. i» l îd .WW I C'liiciigo.. Cleveland.. 20 I» .ftlH HI Louie. Mew York.. 23 23 .ftOü | Ijoulevllle SUMMARY OF EARLY KEÏÏS. Ml«* Durden Return« to Her Ileum- anil Will Kmleuvor to Ferret Out the Beal Murderer of Her Father and Step Mother. Lizzie A. Borden returned with her slater to her home on Hecoud street, Fall River, after having spent the night at Charles B. Holmes's residence Her counsel said she and Lev sister would deavorto ferret out the real murderer. Clement A. Griscom, A. J. Cassatt, H. H, Houston and General William J. Sewell have organized a corporation in New Jersey to control the ocean 1 i-allic going from New York and Philadelphia. Kingling Bro 's circus tent was struck by lightning at River Falls, Wis., and aovon parsons Instantly killed. A panic prevailed, but the people were quieted by euergetic work of the circus workmen. Lelaud Stanford, Republican senator from California, and well-known the country over as one of the great railroad kings of the West, died suddenly at his residence at Menlo Park, Cal. It is reported that during a battle at the Cheyenne Agency between United Slates Troops aud Indians, five of the latter were killed. Knowledge of the trouble is denied at Washington. en WORK ON THE PILGRIM. How the Cnrioii* Keel I* Goins on the Hont on Syndicate Yacht. The Philadelphia Press of to-day has the following dispatch from New York: Down in the bottom of dry dock No 2 in the Erie Basin to-day, a dozen men were at work riveting the steel plates that are to form t he fin for the Boston syndicale yacht Pilgrim. Even to those familiar with ship build ing the work being done on this boat is Interesting, and to the layman it is sim ply astonishing. Blocked np on a cradle of foot square limbers is the white hull Extending for some forty feet along her keel, beginning near where the mast stops, U the fin keel. It Is made of twelve steel plates—six on each side—riveted together ou II auge pieces. Between the steel plates fillers are strips of plue plunking. At the foot of the fin pieces of lead, shaped to lit between the plates, are placed and licit od to the keel. Outside all will come the big chunk of lead that is to ho the principal ballast for the boat. It will be securely bolted. With the fin all In position the Pilgrim will draw about twenty-two feet of water. Standing on her deck, at the top rail and looking forward, one is Impressed with the great beam of the boat and the room on deck for handling sails. Work Is being continued on the Interior of the boat, aud although she was not to be put overboard until Friday, no time will have been lost. Cummings the Photographer, iKK Market street. of the new boat. as ITEMS OF INTEREST, First Advocate ol Electricity (enthuslaatl callyl- Kl*< tree'll l°u kills a condemned criminal in one-tcntli of the time hanging dues. Second Ditto (mors enthusiastically) les; and li does away with his painful suspense, loo."-Buffalo Courier. After Breakfast To purify, vitalize and enrich the blood, and flX* Ur r J''' bodily and digestive «trenail, dike Mood's Sarsaparilla. Continue the medtrinc after each meal for a month »r I m. Hood'* PHI» cure constipation. 25c. Ten Broke-"! wish I hadn't married such an orthodox woman." Askit-"Does your wife make you go to churchy" Ten Broke— No; but she holds to the Biblical theory of the creation. Seems to think I'm made of oust.' "—Duck. A Delightful Day on tb© Chennpeuke Bay. Excursion to Ilav Uldge on Sunday, June «O Baltimore by rail ami thence bv 1 alalia Steamer Columbia, thirty miles' sail down the i'afspsco river and Chesapeake >ew»iieclal attractions.oil free. Boat iiHhim?. Imthiog, Nailing, mil*bine; soft orab (1 In nor. Soecial trail, via B. * O. R. R. will leave Wilmington (Market street) at 7.21)«. m„ au,i I>e aware avenue «I 7 50. arriving at Bay k- Bt "J 6 Returning mil ralli Irais w 111 ieave Bag Ridge al 5 :io p. m.. and arrive B^ÄdIUX»; »I «-«P. "*• I * R Gently.— "Ko, Martinis. I would be unable to make yon lispi.}-.'' "Vy wet-1 you Per.ee.1 to undcri-ciimate your-el! ?" I Ye been brought up to for —Llf ** A,u * millionaire*« only daughter." i.. 1 ^? 1 lo 1- Kuarsnli'iii on every truss ad justed by N. H. Lianforth, graduate Pharmacy, Second and Market. Long ex perieuce, large stock. iu . n r?* D - ; s< ;Tiutpy t« dead?" Jone» 'Yes; he died at 5 o clock I his morning." Brown rfii •?*. •*>■« his last words'/" Jones "He Jjä" 'kMjeony Hi« wife was there, troll y rw Press. i >(■ Summer Kxonrsion Ticket* Jnrt a ! L ^? r , tt 'i arP Hnd Eastern seaside, lakeside ,0 I,w ' r *'»rk and Oak. râv V'iv«..V n î l - n î S i >r, "K». Niagara Kall«, l.n " Get y«Wg aud all oilier l«ilnts gather In search of health and ïnd tlh o .u '*'* at aU Baltimore rtie« •n,,.. " greatly reduced îuTs».i!2r£Ü < 'l , ' u •'J 1 boM fro «" June I to September .In, and are valid for return rSuTmu.»"«« 3 >- Before «electing your route or resort consult B. A O summer »honest route, and r »<v*. ' ia Picture««, ne H. A- O." to all nt ?l 1 eOMoriI r " m '"l 1 " 1 '', 0,1 Giat road Ä^Ä!Ä ,, ffiCSÄrÄ oddrelL > wltblO t ^Jm U | l,y 1 '" n,llQ * ""'ur and 8?äiTe w .«re 1 < *piX2r i " '° ch "- ° mort*. Aid. * Agent, Baltl WILMINGTON. DEL. BEWARE OF POOR MILK. Analyst« Made By I>r. Mur.©—Lactated Fond Bod Diet for Kohl««. The result of the analysis of 100 speci mens of milk sohl in Baltimore, made by Ur. 11. N. Morse, professor in Johns Hop kins University, has had the effect of arousing milk consumers in that city to a sense of their danger. Probably every other city in the coun try Is as badly off as Baltimore. It is necessary, therefore, that moth ers should not place too much reliance upon au exclusive milk diet for their children. Early in the summer it is better, even if a baby has been doing well through the winter on cow's milk, to use lactated food in connection with it. I.artated food is much to bo preferred to any other diet for infants. It is the best substitute for pure mother's milk that has ever been discovered. Lactated food saves babies' lives. it has freed many mothers from the continually haunting fear of cholera in faulum. which is so much to be dreaded in June. July and August. If cow's milk could be obtained un watered, absolutely free from contami nation, there would lie fewer deaths to record every year, fewer cases of infant fevers and diarrhoea! diseases. But it is essential 1 hat lactated food bo used in the summer mouths when the milk Is most ofteu lacking iu proper nutrition. Children fed on lactated food grow healthy and strong. LIME, Cedar, Hollow and Wrights vllle. Gkoik.k H. McCall Comtany, Offices, Eighth and Shipley streets. Telephone No. 075. Send your carpets to the Electric Car pet Cleaning aud Upholstery Works, 40!» Orange St. Phone, 365. Bader & Con way. TEETH. h i tan H £ «/> -co t* û ; CO O n r H i~ s 3 2i= O i id « A* <u ■O t/> = 5 =2 g ' co a. cs J. w w S£ fa.P w T v. *4 c a ps O H _ _ 2"^ Hw _ coE* • « a . ^ or ~ 03 x CQ •HX33JL FIREWORKS A Full Assortment of MASTEN & WELL'S FIREWORKS Collection* from SO cent* to (S.tO. UNXLD FIREWORKS! Full AHMortmmil. CANNON CRACKERS. JAMES MORROW & SON 211 MARKET STREET. In all your outings— to the World's Fair— Seaside — Mountains — everywhere, take Beechams Pills /v"-r r 25o. Illness frequently results from changes of food, water, climate, habits, etc., and the remedy is Beecham's Pills. (Tutel««*) with you. 66 WM. B. SHARP & CO., MOURNING AND BliACBt FABRICS. Hfmrlett», Couvent 4loth| £*i tacit lnu, Mervllleu x, C.tHhni «'**«, Nun's Veiling, Drup (UAlfua, doortlttulil C'rMprft, Uro« Urulu Kha<li*mlr. rialrftto, ItlmUHn »-• Aril in uro, 1 Fnliii ü'Lyc u, Dudin« Cloth. Prlurc»ttj», Batin Luxni, Tbs Bust Black Goods to But, Tbe Best Black Goods to Wear. Tbe Best Assortment Herr. Fourth ami Market Ste. OCCDLI8TS" FBK80RIPTIUMB VALUED. I VKKFBOT ADdcsrannrt QtTABAKTtlO I«. II. UAYNAKD, OOUKMB VIVTH AKU IHABKCT «T «©iimi.h«.. r»»i b KTTKB LOOK OV*t I yon r wardrobe am) % ••• if there J »<>me garment« which, If properly Cleaned and I Hyed, will be good a« new. HI A. r. BOR.VOT, 71« MABKKT 8T \ are not N w At: THURSDAY. JUNE 22, 1893 « I Saratoga i - & H.TklUt T.U( ^ Water In «ht WotiAr I I "The Vvarl i i I Of Ktssiugen r t,e most drltrtoQ* Vurlty I Water. I 1 ne nnl> Table Wale* tiottted with UA own Natural Gas Jusl as it nows from the spring. It spouts up through «ti'z feet of solid toi h ami Is not exposed to the air nnttl opened for use. A positively pure Table Water. SOl.DVN BtlT l l ER GM.f . Saratoga Klsalngen Ginger Ale is made from it and contains no manufactured Gas. i 1 i li v TBE KEELEY INSTITUTE. D tt 617 WEST STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. FOR THE SPECIAL TREATMENT OF THE LIQUOR, OPIUM, CHLORAL AND COCAINE HABITS. TWENTVFIN K DOLLARS PPÎH WRF.K for treatment. Patients «elect their own ItoArdliiK jilAreM. honni »-an l»e obtained for $4 per week and upward. ÎV* , trt 7îî I, ]V nt F °î i™ KKKLKY INSTITUTE" at Wilmington is In every respect Lient leal JU.« and the retnediea are Biipplted 11 « direct from the Iul>ora w r V r' re r ,s, ^OFS CORDIALLY INN 11 ED. All correspondence strictly confidentiaL Write lor full pnrth nlai> to the manager. F. II. S. W II ITK, M. D., Medical Director. MU. ABBOTT BKLCHKR, Manager. FULL LINE. AVe have a full lino of Blue and Black Serges That we value. are selling far below their actual Call and see for yourself. Boston One-Price Clothing House, 213 MARKET STREET, Wilmington, Del. MUSIC WAR ER00MS PIANOS. VIOLINS, BANJOS, GUITARS, MANDOLINS, AUTOHARPS, ACCORDEONS, PICCÄLÖS, CORNETS, FLUTES. HARDMAN, SWICK & KELSO, ESTEY. ORGANS. ESTEY, BRIDGEPORT, WILCOX S WHITE. All Instruments warranted to give entire satisfaction^ S. H. BAYNARD, Fifth and Market Streets. PAINTS, OILS AND CLASS, Brushes, aud everything found in a first-class Paint Store. House Painting and Glazing Done in all branches at shortest notice. JAMES M. BRYAN, NO. 107 WEST EIGHTH STKEET TELEPHONE 41»0. JOSEPH STOECKLE'S DIAMOND STATE LAGER BEER AND PORTER BREWERY, WILMING-TON DEL. W Gor* C Fîoh^anfi e jiif rï ' .. 0*P°t and Saloon ■ COr JiSL. , l* dan " S,reets - "» s - 2» and 225 King Streets aeeuu,. iL.. . Pmt , *"■ especially recommended for Medical Use. ° rtel are GREY Serges, you know, are cool ami serviceable SERGE. materials for clothing just now and there's one wo want you to see. It is grey, possessing, in its service able color, a point of merit over blue or black. Yesterday we placed in stock a large lot of grey serge suits, made un der our own supervision and this early they are going. Why? (1) Because they the best *12.50 worth you've seen in a long while. (2) Be cause others have—aud you will, too—liked the color. The most trouble here is to find which one of our Negligee Shirts you like best, not which one yon like. This weather they go out rapidly, but you can yet see an immense line at 75c. to *2.50. T and patterns right. ai Makes, sizes JAMES T. MULLIN & SON, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, 6th & Market, Wilmington. ROSS No. 210 j Market Street Has just completed another addition to his store, and now has a fine.well lighted room, 108 by 25 feet, with five large elec tric fans, patent cash and check system, etc. Our assortment of STRAW HATS Is now complete In all the latest styles for men, boys and children. We have the largest stock of Slimmer Shirts ami Underwear in the city; also elegant line of Neckwear in teck scarfs, fancy bows, etc., at 35 Cents. Yon are cordially invited to visit improved store and inspect goods. a : i our our new ROSS, 210 Market St. —T 95 CENTS A SUIT. We Have Made a Special Effort in Summer Underwear This Season. We are scllinc all onr French, silky flher.satln (liier, enrolled Eifvptlao, pink, blue. gold. Jaeger, fancy tinted, slate and tan colored Balbrigans at !>5 cents a suit. These are qualities I liât usual ly sell at 50, 85 and 75c. cacti. WYATT & CO. MKN'8 FURNI.SHK.H8, 603 MARKET STREET. We Laundry Collars for ONE CENT. Seeds, Bulbs and Plants Excelsior Dwarf Pearl Tuberose, eplendid roots, rare bloomers, 2 for 5 cents. Named Gladiolus, 5 for 10 cents, Tuberous Booted Begonias, sin gle, named varieties 15 cents each. Il 50 per dozen ; double, named va rieties, 30 cents each, AT J. J. SMITH'S, Fourth and Shipley Streets A VERDICT FOR T. B. CARTMELL. That be sella the beat and cheapeat rcof paiut, floor and furniture stain found in the city, and that hia store. Sixth and Madison streets, is the best place to buy drugs, paints, glass, oils, varnish, eta. LOOK I LOOK! LOOK 1 WAYSIDE LUNCH PALACE. The finest place In the city to get a Cup o LYench Drip Coffee, Cocoa, Chocolate, Mes, Ksndwlches. No long watting. ICE CHE AM, ALL FLAVORS. NO. 8 EAST FOURTH STREET. C, R. HOLT. Proprietor.