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The Paducah daily sun. [volume] (Paducah, Ky.) 1896-1898, December 02, 1896, Image 1

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VOLUMK 1 NUMHKH 70
DESTRUCTIVE
FLOODS
C1iIiiowiHi1Ih Wisconsin Vic
tim of Floods Caused
lly Ice Gorge
MANY DRIYEN FROM HOME
No Hope of llrcukliitf Uio Gorgo
or Stujlnu tliu flood
AWAITING THE OUTCOME IN PANIC
Chippewa Falls Wis Deo 2
This htu been a duy of excitement
mid anxiety and finds tlio inhabitants
of this little vlllngo In n state border
ing on panic Tlio worst of the situ
ation Is the knowledge of the Impen
ding danger and of the fact that they
are utterly helpless to stay or to avert
it Those whoso houses have been
Hooded Imve removed such of their
household goods and belongings to
higher ground and are hnddlcd to
gether in the school houses and other
vacant buildings out of tho path of
the torrent that is sweeping down
Bcvcral of tho main streets
All hope of breaking the gorge and
thus allowing tho pent up waters to
gradually subside is now abandoned
All efforts are now directed toward
nnd
niniivnir household uools Hior
tihaudise out of the reach of the tlood
rivpr hero 1 he heavy rains of last
week were followed by a sudden
Itixzo whleh Julokly inaeswl tire
floating ice in tho Chippewa and
the swiftly running current contin
ually added to it until it reached its
present gigantic proportions Rolow
hero tho Chippewa is falling There
Is no Hood at Kau Claire but this
act Is causing the people at that
place much uneasiness a it indicates
tlio wntor is being piled up as by a
dam above thorn Tho ice pack at
ltudgor Mills half way between Kan
Claire and Chlpimwii Kails is grow
ing In extent nnd everything seems
to indicate that the river is chok
ing up
It Is not believed that anything to
rious can happen under tho pruseut J
conditions for at least a day or two
nnd it Id believed that every one has
been suttloicntly warned and is in
readiness to lly the moment the gorgo
breaks
AT IONA1 DKMOCR ATS
Thcl Kxcciitlyc Cominlttoc t
Itleot In Iiuliunupolirt
fc December 10
lndiannpdlis Dec 2 William 1
ltyiimn chairman of tho national
committee of the Democratic party
vho has been In the Kast ten days
conferring with leading men in the
party returned homo last even
inrr and today announced
that ho had called n
meeting of tho executive conmiitco of
the party fjar this city DeccmUcr 10
Tlio commUtec nt this nicetiilRi wl
probably decldo on tho future course
of the party l rom all over there
tho organization
lias como n demand that
zation be mailo permanent and re
main In fighting trim long as tho
free silver Democrats continue to talk
of light nnd it seems certain that
this Will bo tho policy decided upon
The committee- will meet at 2 p in
nt tho HntCB House
wi
ting
- JJlirlllast liroci
SlmYon Pa Do- 2 The Sharon
Iron Companys big furnace was put
in blast yesterday after an Idlenoss
f unvnrnl tlinlltllS AllOIlt 125 111011
uro nffeetnt by tho resumption Tho
furunco has been completely repaired
and n steady run is predicted
Tho Alice furnaco at Sharpsvlllo Is
undergoing repairs and will shortly
o in blustj
Sharkey and ITtslinmons
San Francisco Dee 2 Arrange
ments aro completed for the light be
t WPH Sharkev and Kitzsluunons and
unless lutcrluptcd by tlio police it
wilHifl nulled off hero tonight lift-
islrwavy with FIU as favorite
Hotter ToiiU
Knw York
to Markets Today
Deo 2 The stock
and grain markets show u much bet
ter tone todav than yesterday
TradliiB was brisk nnd tho prices
0j
At
considerably stlffer than yesterday
tmriioU With the House
Pioneer Tcnn Deo 2 Tho resi
donee of William Hewitt was btirucd
licront an early hour till morulng
r
1
eS
REHENYI
iv
nmt wltli It Mr llcnltlt lfl yonr old
daughter llio faintly did not dis
cover tlio nbseneo of the ilnnglitrr
until too Into to rosouu liar Tho on
tiro content of tho house wore burned
with It
f liintui for Sound Money
Cincinnati lw 2 Dr W G
lluutor of HowlfnlrGrcmi Kr wbo
Is apparently the iiiot nctlvn oniidl
dntc for tlio United Status Renal
from Kentucky wns in this ully to
day nnil In nil Interview comos out
strongly for sound money
Suffocated In n llrc
Louisville Dec 2 -Kilns Williams
ft colored man was this morning siif
foonted in n burning house while he
slept
JUDGE BREATHITT
Will Ho lkiioiiiinutoil For Jiuliru
in the Third Judicial
District
Judge V
H Koy
lie
lor At tor
Kvcry team in the city lins ien on- ted sheriff of
Kaccd in this work hvcry rosldont I nmj j10 micci the
A woll known Kopiiblionn of Cal
loway county was in the eUy this
morning and to a representative of
tho Srs ho said
The Republicans of the Third
Judicial district will rcnoinlnatc
Judge James Breathitt of Hopkins-
villo for circuit liulge and will nom
inate Judge W 1 Key of Murray
for commonwealths nUornoy
Why Judge Key is a Populist is
he not interposed the reiorter
Judge Key hecontinuod Ims
never taken an active part in politics
He is recognized as one of the nblost
lawyers In tho district He is how
ever a Populist Ho bus twice boon
ill iilta
Callowny county
olllee of countv
mid business linn of River street lJjjgtf two terms The county never
moved out i lie unippowzi imuuur
and Room companys mill and yanls
arc under water ami all hope has
been given up of saving the entire
business jwrtion of tho place from bc
iug submerged and the water will
oon reach the court house eight
triooka from tlio river
A reiort from Llttlo Kails was
brought in yesterday that another
gorgo was forming thirty miles above
here anil this greatly added to the
alarm as in case It should break
nothing could save the city from be
ing swept away
Reports of a very serious nature
came from down the river Tlio
country everywhere Is Jloodcd Tho
jjorgo continues to grow in extent n BlHecJnj nITangoineut tho pub-
Jt is now live miles long ana in manyu - Kontuckv Colonel
places thirty to fifty feet high H vlth tie Ki s Publishing Company
completely dams the rlvr and this Is we nnj nWo 1 Iuako for a 3iort utuo
what is causing uio rapm r m aa foroffolnir offer
had a bettor olllccr 1 on may kiv
that the Republicans of the district
aro unanimously for him and if he
will consent to make the raae ho will
bo nnoiuy winner
HERES A Meg
Daily Sun and Kentucky Colonel
50 Centos a Month
Tlio Host Combination Yot Of-
terod to Piuluoali Roudors
Colouol Svl
1110 ivmnugn
literary and UlutUl t19ttjiry 5
nal ha no poor in tlio stato and Is
pushing iU way right to the front
among the humorous publications of
the nation
Tlio Sis covers the nows Hold
the Colonel do the rest
The price of tho Kentncky
Colonel Is ft cents por copy f 2 per
annum Hand In your subscription
in order to catch the holiday uum
bers
Kkxticky Coiunii Pin Co
Paduoah Ky
Tlio Greatest Ijlving Devotee ol
the Violin
tlio Opera Iloiiso IWondaj
Night lieciuinbor 7
All lovers of music should patron
ize tlio Reinenyl concert to bo gion
at tho Opera Ihmo next Monday
u cuing under UTe auspices of the
Columbian Cbi There is no su
perior to Rcnnji living iLSiixiolinist
and it is doubtful if anj ever nave
lived Tletitcrprise of tho Colum
bian ClulT in securing this gXat nt
troetlorjiould ltyt full of due appro
clatlouR Tho oxpoiieinirrcd Is
lieiiv and the club ifanU U lose
wiUfoutlti -good hy Having
huftrd tliu distingulv iollnlstou
iHfferent occasion o can say that
we do not bcllove an ono who spends
the requisite 75 otints to liear the
great Remenyl will ever rogrot it
Tlio unlvorsal charge made for his
concerts is 100 but tho club ouurod
pirmlsslou to place It at 76 eonU for
this occasion a very raro privilege It
is hoped and believed tho music lov
ing people of Paduenh will show thoir
taste by n very lurgo house
SAW A HOST
Predicament of Mr John Thomp
son
Tho remains of GcordoKiUpntrick
colored who was killed Saturday l
Dock Alden were ombnliiicd by Cor
oner Nanoo and placed in a ootlln to
bo usuortaincd how lout thoy can bo
keni Yesterday tlio collln was hot
in the coal house uudwiso against
tho wall wllh tho growsomo contents
exposed to whoever opened tho door
Last night Mr John Thompon
of tho city hall dropped In tho es
tablishment and was asked to go back
ami get a bucket of coal Ho readi
ly complied having no intimation
that a Joke was being attempted atut
when the coal house door was opened
his hair raised straight up and ho ran
straight out Ono sight of the ghastly
faco of tho eorpso had sullleed and
setting tho empty coal bucket on tho
tloor ho swore ho had scon a ghost
and couldnt bo induced to go within
twenty fcot of the door again
WEYLER WORKS
Douth and Destruction loNon
Goiiilmtitiits
LEAVES THEM TO STARVATION
Hundreds A to IStitvlioretl
Cold Blood
rilECUHANgUESTtoN
ItemiiJiw To U Trent U Ry
Pr04ldent In Ilia Message
uactirlnt Conipletloii
in
lvtny tiling That Can Simula llfo
McrtilluHly Dastioyed
PBESIOENT C0NSIPERIK6 THE QUESTION
Key West Kla Uco 1
loru threat tlmt ho would starve
Mneeq wit seems likely to bo car
riwl mlt as from all reports from
Maricl near whore Weyler is now
tho work of destruction is being enr
riwl out fully Tho Spanish army
svfuH oery thing boforc it killing
beevos that it cannot use burning
en no fields and smull stores with thoir
provisions and leaving u wide waste
uf ruin and desolation in its whUc
Pooplo vainly implore Weyler to
Icftvc thorn provisions but his brutal
ulUccrs refute with oaths nnd Insult
ing words If not worse Over 300
refugees have come Into Maricl simc
Weyler weut out this Inst time nil
giving the same story of rapine
plunder and murder by the Simu
la ds
A Spanish guerrilla CnpUin named
ColznKo is accused of murdering over
100 persons in tho valleys 100 miles
south of Muriel during the latter part
t November In one Instance he is
accused of conllniiw n number of
women and girls In n church and
after they hod been repeatedly abused
and maltreated by his men burned
the building with them in it
Mail other outrages nil ns hor
ric are charge -to him and his
Mimpany
A Cablnot Crisis
Madrid Dec 2 The cxpeotod
is about to lisppcn bore It has for
wiuc time lien believed tliot with-
iut a decidul iiuproonioot in the
cmnpaigu m Cuba the pres
ent government would bo over
thrown The Crlis have been ap
tmretttly quiet but it has boon
feared Ujy were plotting against the
eigning dynasty Tho cabinet crisis
ua couio and Culillo will be drivon
roui iKwer What tho result will
U
loaven only knows
it is wiiniu inc
ingc of poselbility that n revolution
rill result
Viul
1ICSIITINO IN CUHA
r
Course the Insurgents
Were Made to Kuu
1 Invalid Dec 2 Gen Figucrcn
tearing that the insurgent bands of
Delgado Yerjel and Cartilloweio en
lamped at the Naviu farm near San
loe der a IJhs left that town at
ntiiirisa Mtordav aud ontsaiod the
eiiemy at 0 oclock in the morning
The iusurgens were divided into two
u d parties and promptly oined
lire on the Spanish advance guard
Soon afterward two squadrons of
tho PiJirro regiment clmrgod
tho enemy and the Xavas battalion
attacked the insurgents loft tiauk
apttiring the flrst iKsitions After
ihis advantage the iiwurgonu jwero
iliilodgal from the other l Villous
utul wore ovoutiially dUlmudnl and
Hod to tho Siorni ltlauiaho Msna
uaco and Yijin Tlie firing lasted
live hours Untie government side
i apt Manuel Perox litem Vana
iillu of he Plxarro legiiiiont woc
Tho insurgeutJ are believed to have
jst over sixty inon
Gen Linares while roconnoiter
i ig the height near Abundaucn and
ther paces in Santiago do Cuba
I as destroyed an onliuuchetl camp of
Tie InsurganU who left eight men
illud The trKps loet nuo inon in
t ie oiigsgemeut
Admiral de Navnrrt sails
i jw on board ila eruiwr lttgHxpi for
aim San Antonio at the extrei
wosteni ead of Piuar do Rio am
will afterwanl go to Mantua m that
I ro Mice to liispeci me iiinsi
The coast lug bteamer Triton has
arrived here having on lioard 100
nek soldiers from Pinnr del Rio
Cupt Gen Weyler aftei leaving
ran Crtolml on atunlayl roviewod
lde trmqw in that vicinity and moved
uitli his oolunin toward the buruod
t jvvn of Simla Cnu de Ioi Plnos
lumped tho same night at Taoo Taeo
nud on Suiulay wont iy me niguway
t iwnrd Palticioa ami Suudiego imse
big tin farms of Puereos Oordonw
and Cio0 lie arrivwl at the old
quo town of Palcos whoro he
i ainped on Monday without wring a
i i - l fVLI
mot 1110 wuoiu wy iniu opii
bul At Ptilneiostho captain general
j iued forees with tho eoliumie of
tiuu Obregon and Col AUino tho
latturs trooiw being iletalled to form
the ndvauet guard of the army Col
Segura Iwlug given tho command of
tho rear giiim
tin
WmWiieUiii Dw 2 As there
will bo only one more regular meat
iug f the Cabluct before tho nssctnb
J
PADUOAH KENTUCKY WKliSg
ling of congress all tho inr rubers
wwifpresont at todayit meeting to
disouss those portions of the forth
coming message of the president that
relate to the business of their rospec
slvo departments With one excep
tion the mussago Is practically com
plete and awaiting only a few finish
ing totichos This exception is moit
important for it concerns tho treat
ment of the Cuban question
SHORT SI OR Y
And It Wuh Soon Told Tills 3Iorn
inir
Tlio session of Judgo handors
uourt oceupjed but a few moments
time this forenoon
Two young railroad men were llnod
5 and costs for being drunk and dis
orderly
Tic caso against Nick Mullcr
colored charged with false swearing
was continued until Saturday on ac
count of tlio absence of witnesses
AN OLD RESIDENT
Mrs Nancy Fengin Dies nt the
Age of 71
Had Ibed Near Horcnco Sta
tion For Thirty Years
Airs Nancy Kengln aged 71 died
last night of dropsy at her home
near Klorcnce Station in Graves
county Sho had been a resident of
the locality for over 30 years and
was n well known and highly re
spected lady She leaves seven chil
dren to mourn her loss I ho deceased
was born in North Carolina
Lounic Powell aged 8 died at his
homo near Massac last night of bowel
trouble The remains were today
buried at Johnson cemetery
Sovunil
REAL ESTATH
Important
Made Today
thing buttdd4et
I tried otic bftjlle of
and nowl am on my
and I n truthfully
wondofful and 1 nd
horo in Paducah to c
Doc
highest
at 17
Transfers
Today Mr Oscar Turner denied
to Mr W J Abrnm for 88085 the
lot adjoining the Loch property on
Hroadway The property will be im
proved at once
Mr W K Allen nud wife today
deeded to Mr G RDavis for 2250
tho building near Fourth and Court
streets
Mr Alonzo Elliott today denlnl to
Nick Yopj for 81000 property at
Seventh and Tennessee streets
Tho West End Improvement Co
today deeded to Mrs E P Noble
for S500 a lot near Jefferson and
Tvvuuty fltst street
JrfrJoiMlc 10 1
What Mr John Pvcll the well
known steamboatarpenter says
For yean I have Jseen a great suffer
or from rheumatism caused from ex
posure of tho Uvcr I i
intense pain swelling
that I couULraot WorH
iscd
etc
jrlned
no reijci
Uneoflo
second
savthc
se cv
sril nl tlie
pauys ollloe at oyep and try at
otie bottle Signed
Jons Powell
Paduenh Ky
Try it as the gentleman says
roader A 1 botilc for 25 cents
Olllee 110 South Third street
MARKETS
January pork opened
to uavo
sq bad
uutil
Tonic
bottlo
result Is
cry body
coin
least
Retorted Dallr by Luey Grain Companr
Ciiicaoo Dec 2 December
wheat opcnnl at its
highest point was 80Vi a closed
nt Its -a
Curb 82
May vtheat openn at 81 to
83 its highest point was 84
and closed at 82
Doe corn oponed nt 23 23 its
highest point was 23 23tf and
closed at 23
oats opened nl 18J its
point was 18 and closed
at 757
nud closed at 707 70
January lard opcuod at 381 90
tindoloscd atat2
January ribs opened at 382 5 and
closod at S387 00
Jantian cotton opened at 87 5C
IfcWXl closed at 700 1
aiareli cotton oponed at 773 and
closed at 77-1-5
Money 2 u per cent
Jorry Porter on the Situation
roulaVllo CourUr Juuruai
Mr Jerry M Porter of Paducah
who took quite a hand In the Repub
lican scramble for United Stated
senator bat winter passed through
Louisvillo last night on roulo from
Frankfort to his home Mr Portor
while iu Frankfort had a long Inter
view with Gov Uradley Ho do
clinod to say lust night whether tlio
governor had or had not intimated to
him his intention to call un extra
session Ho admitted however
that tho purposo cf the Republican
leaders was to oleot a Republican
sound money United States sonator
It is well known Mr Portor doos not
consider Dr W Glfroy Hunter n
sound money repiiMienu and that
therefore ho does not think ho should
be olccitod
r
A CollectoiNhlp Uiicss
ijliwvll Now Hra
A prominent Paduoah politician
told a Now Era reporter it is safo
to hot that Dr Turner of Howling
Green will be appointed uulleotor
ami that Will Parley won ofCnpt
Ed Parley of Pnducah will bo ohief
deputy no mater who is
I pointed
For
r
DAY DKCKMHKIt 2 J 1110
THE DOCKET
Apiiioiicliini Torni of
Circuit Court
XinMbor of Prlsonors Aro
Jan Awaiting liidlttniunt
In
Thgliollowlug Is the ilookqteftvsjac
criniitfM term of circuit court whleh
boBinsIoiidnv In addition to lh
eaioe ow n number of the tnwt
ImpotUjnl malofactors have not yet
been intliotnl and aro in jail await
ing tho pctiou of the grand Jury
Doll Allen malicious shooting
Eel Owens malicious shooting
JShadrach Glllls mnllcious slioot
ing
Ed Harrison setting up n game
Jamil Hardin malicious shoot-
Ed Shnth grand larceny
SamcujMimo
Thov Abbott grand lnrcony
Diok iJlotnontH rape
Thos Stnggs housebreaking
Leo D unlay malicious cutting
Ilarrftpn Maxwell malicious cut
ting
Unlljtr Cruiu grand larcony
Henri Crump crand larceny
Charlbs Wade mnlioious cutting
M II Gnllnghor disorderly
house
J Tvf Ilolhel roslding on boat
without a license
Florence Patton appeal
Jeff Ijowry malicious shooting
Frnl JJousor scllmg liquor to n
minor
Ed Stetson Clias Thompson cud
Jns Martin robbery
John L Johnson and Will Skeltou
house breaking
Same grand larceny
John L Johnson obtaining monoy
by falsabrctousos
Jim Aioxnndcr and Jeff Tucker
grand faroony
L TLucns John Elrod John
Jones and Gib Glasson gaming
Ida Fronch bawdy house
SainOf bawdy house
Jack Leonard and II O Polk
bringing small pox into tlie statc
Henry tlinuanl common uuis
anic
Jake Reiderman T P nnd E C
Corter renting house to bawds
Ellen Xaslej bawdy house
Ike Iuer suffering gaming
Win Greon rape
Roland Curd suffering gaming
Fred Counerus malicious strik
ing
L A logoinarsino keeping saloon
pon or Sunday
LouCy Lngomnrsino suffering
gninmg
U Mi Newport same
II MichaoLsamc
nughtcr gaming -
FarKor grand larccnj
George Parker same
John Heunosscy displaying a cir
cus without a licanso
Yowan Stanovitch snmo
Ioslie Taylor furnishing liquor to
n minor
Walter W Powell obtaining mon
ey under false pretenses
Reuben Hurrough wilful murder
Florence Patton selhug liquor
without a license
Yic Hallow e snmo
Chas Graham selling liquor to a
minor 4
Minus Carter sumo
S Nnthon obtaining tnoucy by
false pretenses
Paducah and hovoJaccvillo Gravel
Road company charging and collec
ting excessive toll
Same same
wtfn
Harnett Ross chaunng excessive
toll
v
WANTEDVNeal
housework Jn family
washing or iroulng
G08 North Sixtli st
Uruces studio
street does tlie
ohenpeet priccJ
specimens
AV
imuiw IUI
ofXfcwb No
1AH at once at
icV d2 2
lliji
flnesT w
i Xnll
oiitli Third
ork for tho
ami eco the
or Overcoat
n2UG
Just Received
NELSON SOULES
100 Pounds
Huylers
GEORGE ROTH
THE TAILOR
Will muko you a
Nobby Fall Suit
CAlI ON HIM
N03 BROADWAY
b
4
fjWWf ntt
ijHB2ffl DAiM Bun
V
i Jitoi 2
i irt JKNTS A WKKK
Holiday Goods All Displayed
Our stock is replete with
domestic manufacture in
50c
SUIri it ubl rtMil
Wlxim ami imurl bill i
inn Yhu cuol lur
Manrinm
i
ilnin H 11iih1
bvavy wuluhl
150
un 1 rliMlnt iipdr
hIiIm in wtur tUv ir
Wallerstein1
Brothers
HEHhY GREIF
Exiwrt Track Shoo
Knildle and Ham1
H
the latest things of foreign and
Fine Chma Cut Glass
ADKINS
Shoes bouRht of us Polished Free
Mens
Suits
750
Ulitnla VnutClil
Miuurw out fick I
Uay weliihu In
iiIuniH aim curi HK
t UUrrlie lined
and 1U5 newwl
tiiiaruniMHl nil
wool and fat col
or JO yW a
llwu lull
HULL
J
UXrEHT HOUSES IO Hit
SM bOLTll PVURVW bT
nxys
llor a Spoolnlty
CAnRIAQE AND DUGCY RE-
PAIRING
UMIOINOK OVBH BUOl
i
1 Ml
I u u
Qrrf
ui
and Say
A S DABNEY
I
a iv T T T T C Al S
m BROHDWHY
Fancy Baskets and Handsome Lamps
Selecting your Christmas Presents now you have first
choice from the leading stock of Paducah
Elegant line of CHAFING DISHES just received
307 llrojulvrny
100 117 N Thini St
t
This Store
321 Broa
CALL AND GET
PICKED OVER
GEO O HART SON
HARDWARE AND STOVE CO
INCOIUORATKD
makes you sure youre right This Store gtiautco3
you n safe investment for every dollar you put
into the SHOE wo sell you It i3 n GOOD SHOE
STORE full of GOOD SHOES nt PRICES that
worry our competitors out of their sleep You
cpn rctt easy when you buy your shoes of
t
Be Sure Youre Right
J on Footwear
There arc lots of tricks in the trade and they nre
practiced more than you think but not here
I
dway GEO ROCK 5 SON -
WVfcWV -
Heres
x
a Corker Boys
And gold in your pockets ior one and all to SEE that
225 Mans Calf M Cf
hoes selling at JJlvU
in all the toes lace or congress
This pi ico is good for one week
cnlv
A
YOU A PAIR BEFORE THEY ARE
COCHRAN
331 Broadway
Cant Hold a Candle
Tho kind of clothing some houses sell cant hold a caudle to tho kind sold by the Oak Hall
There tire three STRONG POINTS about our clothes The make the lit ami the exclusivc
uos of their stjlo Tho foil and winter suits and overcoats which wo arc now selling nre worn
by tho MvT DRESSED men and boys in Paducah and they havo gained a complete victory
over nil othoi makes for stylo and lowncss of price
Mnd liMvr Vt rtiy
KlMfwillHilMwwar l u
Jlrowu utxl nlux i
OAK
HALL
Mens iliiinn Hats
W11M At
grays browna nuil black
nry have wide
ioa
lllldlu llk anJl1 aiKatber
UWU1W Heat baiidcMMiutHuow
0 An LZ
VUITW
HI no and black
keney urrrouHtK
cut klyllli uiuUa
UU vclvul col
lars IlalUn lined
iiiul plid Milk
iileeve lined Your
bilcnaud IU ur
IB iu
VVehavuallntiof liar
tU t almtre 1atitii al
250
Men mil iv ffen
them ay they re the tx tt
ior lne money
Wallerstein
Brothers
J W Moore
DEALKK IN
Staplo and Fancy Grocerie
Canned Goods of All Klnas
Free delivery to nil purls of the city
f
Cor 7tb nud Adams
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