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A Prize Puzzle
SCVCNTH AND JACKSON STREETS
We have shoes
Ask any of our
they all uphold
because we give
honest worthy .' r;'j
,' 't in every shoe
we sell. Give
us a look on
wear. Our prices
are off. Tou
can find in our
obs great snaps
for everyday wear.
219 Broadway 221 Broadway
We Men's Second Hand
CLOTHING, such as Coats,
Vests, Pants and Shoes, land pay
good prices for same, if not.worn
too much. Yon can send them to
ua or we will call for thorn. We
have no-solicitors. j
LAWRENCE, 213 Court st,
Foir tonight anil Saturday.
ofllce at once.
falling lo reecho
should notify this
Another New Paper.
"The O White Motnl" 13
the name of a new paper published
bv J. G. Douelas at Fulton, Ky. It
advocates free silver, and in appear
ancc is quito newsy.
For one more week cabinet photos
at SI per dozen, Brucc's Studio, ,
News office. 29-Im
W ANTED To borrow $200. for
12 months. Gpod personal security,
Address Y,- this ofliee.
Improved and unimproved property
in different parts of the city :, lay
payments. F. M. Fisiikb. " 3J3
Leave vour order with Ji. a.
Hond for a fine Ice Cold Honaa
Melon for your Sunday dinner. 1
To rent small house, three rooms
or two rooms, suitable fors light
Scs Olllcc. k , K
Just received 25 VH7 models and
n lot of shop-worn Columbia bicycles.
As tho season is far advanced
wo will.sell them cheap. We have
contracted with the Bicycle
club to do all their repair work
(or tho season, uthcrs having repair
work will find us to be the bc9t and
cheapest in the city. McCuno &
Craft, 431 Jefferson street.
Wliero Advertising Pays.
Last evening the Sin advertised
for an ofllce boy. Before- the first
paper had been off the press half sn
hour three had applied, there were
four at the office at C o'clock this
morning and fourtceu after break
Bioonifield, Mo., Feb. 17, 18D7.
J. C. Mendcnhall, Evausviile, Ind. :
Dear Sir: Your Chill and Fever
Cure has been a splendid seller with
mo tho past tweho months and tho
sale is Bteadily increasing. I consider
it tho best Chill Cure in the
market. Ship mo one (1) Gross
soon as possible as I am out. Yours
truly, Wi. P. Resnku.
Dr. Edwards, Spc'eia'lty,Eycs,Eor,
Nou and Throat, Paducah, Ky. ly
Anv one findinc the meaning o( this ad shall
receive, by calling upon us, three of our Chill-Three
doses will break the chill; only a few more will cure permanently.
They Arc something; new, and simply immense. -- '
They have never failed, and arc guaranteed.
They don't make you sick like sweet syrups dtf.
Only one objection tney increase your grocery Dm.
rivtonyruntfi Junes, v. U can have one trial at the puzzle.
J. D. BrlCON I CO., Dnlgrjists.
llicyle Club. Meeting.
The Goiightly Kind.
WHHL 5t SONS.
FURNITUR6, WHLL PHPER AND BICYCLES.
The newly organized bicycle club
will 'olii another meeting at hlks
lrdl tonight. There are already 35
member, but out of the hundreds of
wlii'i'liiii'n hero many more arc
Two iicc rooms, ooruer Tliirtecnth
and Clay. Apply to Mrs. Hoscn
thai. 4j tf
Mann Uros.' Mandolin and Guitar
Club and Male Quartette at Y. M. C
A. Monday evening, June 7th, assist
ed by best Jocal talent Grandest
musicale of the season. Don't miss
it. It's a treat. Tickets on sale at
Powell's Hook Store.
E. K. Bonds has arranged for the
use of Beyer Bros. large refriger
ator during the summer, by
the use of which he will be able to
furnish his customers the choicest
and best of fancy fruits, water mel
ons, etc.. as colli as ice can make
Take People's Railway Cars
w To Gate of Park
' Opens Tonight . ,
Will Not U-Vve Iai
Mr. L. A.. Lbgoraarstoo,
compelled to givdap tho New Rich-
uioud Houso bar and billiard room,
docs hereby noi fy his friends, customers,
and the public in general,
thai he will reopen a first-class saloon
in the iaimediato neighborhood
of the onp he now occupies fib?"!
July 1. Watch ccmcut
for opening and location. J3
In Meinorj .
Wheeler James acred eighteen
months, who died Juno 2d, 1897.
God has only given one of his
"lambs"hu beloved sleep like unto the
morning star fading into the golden
dawn, or a beautiful bud brokon be
fore it blossoms forth, but there is no
death for such as those, nor shadow
of death, for my friend.
Weep not for those whom the veil of
In life's early morn, hath hid from
For where is the victory without
tho battle, the crown without the
contliet. Nevertheless there is n vacant
place my friends In your home,
ono smile vanished, one more voice
hushed that we shall never htsr
again on earth, one touch of loveliness
gone which cau never be replaced.
A sadness, which through
joys and grief will accompany you
tho remainder of your lives. But the
angel of death has come with his last
summons and your darling Wheeler
has passed from this earth forever,
still weep not dear friends for
An uiitrul kccms to wbUjvr
To ourlieiruboitrdiluwn In pains
T,.iy ill Kii'I upon the Sarlour,
You will see your agalu,
D. A. M.
Ybu Have got to see them before you can realize
how good they are.
JAMES W. GLEAVES &, SONS, AGENTS,
MARION CYCLE CO.,
Just Received '
Twelve hundred pairs of men's,
Indies' and children's sample shoes
from Austin, Beck & Co., of Philadelphia,
who are the largest manufacturers
of footwear in the United
These goods are oP'lhe finest
quality, nndvsold for $2.50, $3.00,
M.50 and 4.00 they go in two
lots, at $1.00 and $1.25.
You cannot afford to miss this
great shoe sale.
cf .., . i 0
WoodlocW, iw ., . . 4 "
Nwirllle. I'd 4 1
Stanton, c j 0
Xoonan, tt -I I
l'p.rj lb 4 0
hctilemin. 3b ..4 0
0 Ji I
Murray, If 4 OS 10
Oollii;,p ..... 4 0 n 0 i
Totals T! 4 ( i7 IS
Washington All It 1111 110 A 1
Slll?rr, m. . . 4 0 10 0
lleban, SO 4 0 14 1
Slpler.C 3 ,0 0 H -
Llurrvtt, If 3 U 1 2 I
Howard, jb 4 0 I fi 0
lan, c( 2 0 0 3 0 i
ivHIum.rf ;l 0 o o
ltou,3n 30 i io:
Miller 3 0 0 a 3 1
Untt, rt 10 II 0 0 1
Tut lis . .90 0 ft 27 7
Score by Inninirs.
luntui;s ... ,. 1 : 3 4 A A 7 8 9 T
l'alur.'.b U 0 0 ' 0 I 0 0. 1 4
WaihlUKtuu .... .UOOOOOUOO 0
K.ine.l runi P.iJucah 2.
Tho b.i 1
.Stolen b.iscit l'adnfiili 5, Washington J.
Doublo l'lay Scliieinm lo lv.ir.
II ituon hall WaililntoD I, l'ailuuib, 2.
lilt by pi chwl 1.
Stiucli out lly Dowllnu 7, hv MliUr I.
Left on basf IM.litCah 6, Washlustou S.
bills Slplr! .
The last game consisted of but five
innings, and Paducah easily downed
the Wn9liiugtons. At first Ihcir
pitcher, Hott, was hard to find, but
after au inning or two everybody
The summary U :
I'mluoal. All It I1II l'U A K
MrClellantl, cf 10 0 0 0 0
Wbodlork.Mi a I 0 10 0
Xovtlli. SO 3 0 S 3 2 1
Mnnton, r . 3 1 1 R 0 0
Noo an.lt 2 0 0 0 0 1
I'ean, lb .... ... 2 0 0 rt o 0
S"hlumiu..ib 2 0 0 0 2 0
M irray, .f .. .. 2 1 0 o u
D'lWiIni;, I'.. .20 1 0 40
Sipler, c . .
llirreit If ..
Howari). ll. ,
but it seems that
The franchise may
TotaU 19 1 2 n 10 3
Score by Innings.
Innlngi I 2 3 4 6 T
Pnducab 0 0 0 12 3
Washington 0 0 10 0 1
Karned run I'aJucali 1.
Two base hlt Murray I,
Stolen bowl I'ailucah 3, Washington 1.
llasa on bills 1'jiluaah 1.
Hit by pitched ball Washington 1.
Strucll out lly llott 6. bv Iowllnir2.
Ltlt on buses Washington 4. Paducah 4.
Passed balls Sipler 1,
Tho Nashville team has withdrawn
from Central League, Nashville, for
some reason, being unable to support
he was mistaken
go to Decatur,
Umpire Nelson is umpire in every
sbiihc of tho word, nnd allows no bno
lo but doze him When a man noes
out to kick, ho is sent in in short
"Willie" lloian nlunys hag tlio
looters bested. "Wllllo" utcd to bo
i u clown in a circus, but low he Is
We arc cro
in otder to.ciUabur
ing SjfolepiiiiVwiJl, a
Nashvllla , ..
Ni" w York
St. Louis ...
atid also to
make room for ourncw millitiery
have decided to close out our
regardless of cost.
Seventy-five cent chairs go at 35c.
Solid oak cane chairs, the $1:5
quality, go for 75c.
. Best cotton-top mattress, $1.75.
Solid oak folding beds and mattresses,
Bedroom Suits, Wardrobes, Safes,
Etc., Regardless of Cost.
PADUCAH AUCTION AND STOiW GO.
22S and 230 Court St. Cor. 3d & Court.
PADUCAH NOW OUTRANKS CAIRO.
Nn.slivlllo Drops Outof tluLcairtic,
Decatur, ill., MayCoinc In.
EVANSVILLE PLAYS HERE SATURDAY.
Paducah has on three straight
games. She took both games from
Washington yesterday, tho first by a
score of -1 to 0 and the last by a score
of 3 to 1. There was a good crowd
in attendance, and tho first game was
called at 2 o'clock sharp. Dnwling
and Stanton was the battery for Paducah
during both game., aud Miller
and Sipler for tho Washingtons.
Dowliug's pitching was faultless,
backed up by errorless fielding, and
it was tho first time Paducah shut out
n dun during tho season, jjoui
games were as pretty contests as onH
could wish to sec, abounding in fast
playing aud rcplctp with excitement.
The game ended with a fine double
play of Schlcmm to Pears,
The summary for the first same is:
. AU It
clown In a duo, and is us
hard lo rattle in a cedar fence fvobt.
Mauager Pears uutdf to
bad plais cs"ti'rday. but owing to his
uniform good placing befor and afterward,
llieao are excusable. Otice
vesterday he held the ball aud al
lowed Washington to scoie, wluloau
other time he ran up 011 a if)?n on
Tulrd aud got put out.
Kenny Murray is all rilit. He has
b'jon signed with Paducah.
The Washington team lift nt noon
for Terns Ilnu'o, where it will begin
a series of tlrce games tuuorrow.
The EvansvPlu vlub will arrive tonight
via rail and pay tluee
Nashville's withdrawal from the
li"ii;ue will not affect the eerios of
gumes airfthgcd with Paducuh. It
will be here on time, but piob:ibly
will represent Decnlur, HI., by that
iooi i:yj: nasiivilu..
Nashville, Tenn , June 3 The
team played tho last gtinc today.
NaMivilie is no longer a member of
the Lenlr.il league. lhe llaancia,
transferred lo Uecaiur,
score wai as follows.;
Nashville ..00200000-21 C
Tcrro H'tc.O 5 0 0 3 0 5 0 -15 15 1
llattcrics: Geralds and licit; Rodman
CAlUO's AM. UKillT.
. . . 1 2 a ft fi 7 8 9 r h e
Cairo 4 2 0 2 0 0 10 0 1510 1
Evausviile .000000200-2 75
Ilittciios: Williams and Abbott;
(j times and etter.
ritpsKNT STANDING Of C'l.Ullt.
I'lnye! Wn Lrmt 1'rCfnl
1IOW TIIKV STAND.
THE fi HEATER. LEAGUE.
"Louisville, l;Ncw York, 0.
New York, 10; Louisville, 0.
Huston, 0 ; Cleveland, 1. .
St. Louis, 1 ; Huston 0.
Haltimore, 0; Cmcinnati, 0.
Evjtmille nt Paducah.
Washington ntTetre Haute.
Nashville at Cairo.
llivl Won Lint
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. II "i 1 1
. K 1( IJ
.31 17 II
.. 31 I 17
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.. 31 1-1 u
. 31 fl is
... 31 IS !
.. 31 HI 31
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lod to l4.i'u
The follow in'' postmasters for
section havo been ivuolnled:
Goes ThruiiKli With two .Supui
Assistant General Mnnazer
W, A. Hah-, Jluiidniia, Ilallard
county j j. if. aiuyor, Hazel j II. 1).
Warden, Slater; II U. .Matson, Ful.
ton;C. G. IJeale. Cherry; Thos.
Davis, iJiibliti; J. I'. Hill, West
Plains; Ewinj; Powell, Ilazelwood;
C, E. Stubblellcld, New Concord.
UiIcnse. nccomnanicd bv Sum v
When Central League was formed, S. Kinir. of the Jackson. Miss., mi.
President Simon stated tint Nash- vision, and Sunt. J. II. ICp,. fn,
villc nlono could support tho leaguo, 'Memphis Division, of tho Illinois
Central, passed through tlio city on n
private car this morning, en roiitc
froiu Memphis to Louisville.
Florida Water .Melons.
Tho llrstxif thu feasor, Ice Cold ot
liond' .Market Slall i
As coIiKh ice . cuii , inuko i
Goods Piled Ud
" For June SelHngThe Goods
. and Prices Speak For Them-
SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
A determination to mako Juno a
Rreat month for nulling loada us to do
what merchants consider a foolish
cut prlcoa deep, fast and
mighty. Wo do It, and appeal to eco
nomical buyors and money aavem
Ononssortmontof open wcavo black
ground cotton drees goods, with Inrgo
colored iluureg. a 2jo value, for I2i..n n
licRiniung mo lt of June, several
thousand yards of summer dress goods
with black grounds and colored figures
will bo on sale nt half pricos. Tills
ottering Is mado up of
iuo goods at 0 o
20o goods for 10 o
. 25o goods for 12 H,'o
40c goods for 11) o
a yard. Hunt tho city through, nnd
no suca values can ho found outsldo
of our store.
Wo Bell so much that our stock Is
coiiHtantlt" ehanginc. There nro now
grouped In our millinery department
tho choicest thiiiK of thti season. It's
noro tnai uio host, tho Intent and tho
most nttractivo headgear is ohtuinablo
nt fair prices, and horo that wa liters
of tho best, tho newest and most
creations in millinery should
comu as naturally ns tho boes go to
tho flowers to sip honey. A great
stock for Juno Helling will bo kept
constantly on hand at about half uhat
otner ueaiers wouui cimrgo. it you
navu a nnt want, uoiri tail to
stock beforo you buy.
A special Juno salp of footwear. If
wo don't save you money In shoes It
is not because wo can't "but because
wo won't. Wo buy leather from tho
best tannerjpi, shoes from tho strongest
manufacturers, who accept llgnres
near cost for tho U.ge ciiauiltles wo
iianuie, u add out, a small pro lit
u wo ooueut snoes in the usual wav
and added tho usual prollt, our prices
wouui uavo to oo ns nigu as others'
are. From tho 1st of Juno until tho
1st of Jtny wo will make a special sale
of women's Oxford ties, a splendid
line, reliable quality, nt pricos much
below what you have to pay elsewhere.
styles to chooso
irom -some niacK, some ox blood, tome
chocolate now totV and common
son-e. Xo trashy stuft. Not a hUoe
in tho lot mado from kid skins tanned
from sheep hides. Tho prices range
from ,1.00 to 2.00 a pair.
We havo cheap houso slippers nt
2.V and 40c a pair.
Will bo glud to soo vou horo for
your shoo wants.
112-111 North Third street.
.- ! k VTAII1
Wo havo all the' Chill Tonics known
lo p.j,,,i, .-,',,1 .ii ... , .
1 auuean, just
,, . as soon
.it .it '
backing needed was not .being fur- f0iix.n . ,. ..' S .
uno as tho,
. ooijjou other, until
1 1 r,.i in 1 ., . wo
nished. I he team will probably be Corae to ' "' '
s Called at the end of the eiglitli to
inahh Ttrre IlautQ to catch tho
Wo recommend this above au. othkii
chill medicines, becauso wo nro famil
iar with Its forrriula, and believe it.
bo tho best. Money promptly reft!
ed if it fails to euro. Sold only at
4 T.Mfc Broadway.
Mike Caldwell left at noon for
Mrs. S. Ft Haker returned at noon
from n visit to Madisouvillle.
Conductor Tom D. Itiilllu and
wife, of Memphis, re visiting in the
Jlr. V. O. Swcntman left at noon
for Jackson, Tenn., on a several days'
Miss C. It Phillips left at noon
for bt. Louis on a three weeks'
Mru. Theobald Peters and famllv.
of Trimble, Tenn., are guests of relatives
Capt. E. K. Dutt, the tie man, is
in the city after a several
Mr. and Jrs. Hobt,' McCuue are
the promt patents of a nine-pound
girl baby, bom this morning.
Jns. Caldwell returned at noon
from Lexington lo s,cud vacation,
lie is attending Industrial College.
Mr. Louis F. Uolb and wife, of the
city, are regis'tld at tint Louisville
building, Nashio Centennial.
I'lu P.idiiCuTrdeli'atns wli n -tended
the T. IV A., ut
Nti3,hviic riiuraeir'liDiiie tlih iiuim
Col. Ed 0. LeUh and the oilier
ueiegnies wuo neui to tlio
at Frankfort ictiirned
Mr. J. F. Stewart, of tho Lemon-
Gregory Hat Company, has gone to
Savannah, Tenn., lo remain two
Mr. L. T. lloliiday, merchant of
Woodland Mills, Tenn., is hero on a
visit to ids brother, Postman Clias.
Mrs. S. Heatty nnd daughter, Miss
Marcia, left yesterday for Niagra,
N. I), on au extended visit to their
daughter and sister, Mrs. Low Ilat-
Itcv. W. E. Cavo left at noon for
St. Louis to remain until Monday or
Tuesday. His pulpit will be occupied
Sunday by Ilov. J. M.
Mrs. W. N. Robins was elected a
delegate, with Mrs. W. A. Cado an
nltcrnoto, to attend the nnnunl meeting
at Paris, Tenn., by lhe Womao'n
rorel'ii Missionary bociely lost
u'ld it siring bund furiuih jh.1 music.
Let every one go and ui jiy
Faro for the romd iiiii'Jo.
Hy Ilypiii.tl.lne. tlio
tho Doctor U ('omlnccil.
Dr. Taylor h hiilfufia fiom the
effects of a Juke his fiiemU toll on
According ; .ome of his medical
coiifreres he hit iiIvvuvh ben a skeptic
on Tin- oilier day he
was called to see a lady with
ics. Ho could do nothing for her,
and decided to try his skill m hyp. i
notlst. He held up his inutoh box, '
eominaudcd the patient to goto sleep,
and after n few mysterious movements
of his hands before her face
hhe did o, her hyslrrifs leaving her. J
She slept all day, nnl Ml ioi.h tho ,
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uiruuil 11:11 UIL'II HJ Keep
enceii secret, nnd tries to lay it nn -Dr.
Horace lfivers, the cldeuco
iigninst him Is concilia ve. and ii nil
j j Tonight
Known Voting I'coplo Wedded
lly Jttstico (i.mstor.
Miss Hello Stnndup ami Mr. Herbert
Egglesion, we Ijuowii young
people of tho city, mji'il respectively
1G and 25 innrried at
10:!)0 o'clock tliM uinrnii a in lhe
presence of many Iriemls nt lhe nllluti
of Justice J. S. Ganstcr, 711 South
Tonight a nerffot" production
"East Lynnn." t "Sliootthe eliutcs"
will open Juno HI, an' rxcitiug rldo
Into the lake. Uroudwiy cars.
Ignite a nuiiiber of cclmol tfaciie'rs
left, tliis uflii'itMiii on the Fowler for
Sinitlilund, to at end the District
S10O ltewncd r?10(7
.urn thai thrrn
tliHt hi 1 nc ll.'lr
(iOf lllttMHrWli .Tcir)1 to
ti ImjaVoflS ilri 1 (UN(aM
iiblH in i uio I1 .ill Its
KtonrH, and tlmt U C.iturrli,
11 II IX f'iil.lrrli
Cum U Ilia mil)' lihltlve curii Uminii Ici llm
mi'illcnl f nilernlly. Catarrh lytiiit 11 roimtltu
tlonul iUfH" riiiulr a i olifliU.illonnl irn.n
irciit, llnl ' Cut i' rh Cucilii tarn Internally,
nt UK illrec ly lin iTb lilnrxj ttyiUmuoouii
iiirricw o' iIih h tlm
. mi. mu ii uuui nil-Mi i ihH, iwrn (iviniritiii 11.1
I 11 l kf.llfl h lu till 1 1 Hrtf Mil tllu. it. il II . n
The I'llMor'n A'd h0''ifty of tlio .m '! 4.iUrr lu iloinitl n viitk Tim
... ..... . . ... . mi t rlHiiir I h.lj ft.11 IllilPil f.llln lnlM rur.itlf.k
I'irni iiuni l eliurcli, "in ulve 11 iKiui ri 'u. in'y (ihhc uuh iiuutTr.ii u,h
em, exiursion to Metropolis on felUv'inl'V'""!
from my Inr 40 irn ' the lid tie Ow eu Tuesday night, Juno , j 1'iirany co Toiwio, 0,
iCl L, K Uo.su, J 15th. HvifiesnmentB will bo served iiu'.'iuiuVruu utaiua uh,
in Screen Doors
K&L. X? INCOHPQRATCD
Or. in e il.
ALL HAVANA FILLED. A
120 North 5th Street,
f 7:()- A. M.
U V. M.
I 7-1) r. M.
Ed. D. Hannan,
Steam, G.is and
I)KAU:ilitN AtL KI.l)SlOP.;.
Ultings and Fixtures, Sprinklln? Hose.
13a South Fourth Street. 329 Court Street.
'OOlcoB, 127 Urondwny
Sa.m. to 12 in. ,2 to,r p.m. audntnlKht
Ulrimotf fVo SOI
J. WILL SMITH.
Fire, Life, Tornado and ccMent
Hcvim I, Aw(,rr Nauyntf lltuk Ulu
NOTICE TO m PAYtflS.
lw.i i .,.r,.i.,. rXi. 7 U,HS
..' . ."" "" C M Wl. III.
2 lbs Good Kunstti
-V.. Paekiwu Fre.li
-n Coffee. . ..
nv ui Apple isnttor.. ,
1 bu. Firjfti Alenl.....
r. . hAifrttHHiiiN. ,
Ono Woulc Onlj.
-lb Can lomat.xs
J lbs (iocmI (rfciififr..
Ihono8j. . 12;iS. .Second St.
Effccivo Mny lith, iay, the Iron
.Mountain Koiilo and Texas nnd i'u.
cillc railway m connection ijith the
N.. C iV m. L railway, will operate
daily tlm.uji Piilirntin sleepers
Nu-hull,., H1(l Foft
oilh. leave's Nashville
ll : in n. ,i iirrivct MeuiihU
t p. in. le:t.
j Memphis 7:00 p. m.
7:45 a. m.
leaves Te .rkana H -20
a. in. arrive
"una ici.) p . un,i i,'orl Voith
:!'' p m Tlds is tho only route
opeintiiig through sleeper ervice
Memphis and Fort Worth,
Texas. For further Information ad-dress
K. T. G. M.vitiikws, Southern Traveling
Agent Missouri Kail-
way, Loulsilii, Ky.
low.NiiAii, General Passenger
aiiil I ieket A'ji'iit MiHHiniri p..m
Ktulwiii, tt. Louis, JIo,
On neo itint of thoVn. S" C F
mooting tho Illinois Centro'. !l,iirond
Co., w I, o Jllll0 20tli uriuaotl i.nnd
July 1st, 2nd and ilrd, sell one way
liekets to San Francisco
and intermediate: points, :u 821 10
from Pud uenh.
will be allowed west of
DenuT, Colorado Springs and El
Paso, until July lull.
Corresponding low "rates will prevail
east bound on specified days
froih July 12th t August Oth, with
stop-over privileges ; n,ltt lj,t,
August lofh lGth.
For farther lnformntion'npply
J. T. Donovan, qI a!J
AII. Hanson, Q. J'. A.