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-1 S-A kh yA -,-, I nMMIlllll! I III I HBEl!:"... Cu . " u.. .i -p, ridHU.JM.ti :4t 'Vw'!i" ' lVv'"J?, rw --; -Vw t; z TV, You havd tried'those Sweet Syrups for Chills JUAXJaijuu.yJ -. liOiir Malarial jI onic:apsules. ! I Srlr1 fi iM "All -Hid i ..orfd Loves I ''' Ift A ,..-..-' ' '-HD JV Our 'Nine M . . .vTvi!tvi,""V rO Complete Line of W "'. -"Vr; -' - 'l .: I . . W i ' O R . 13 Vii ill J21 ts.iA XJF li fil w Give . . i mJJMMJU Druggists, Seventh and Jackson, We have shoes - " ,i, .1 - ,vi.iii .fnr fiVfirbftfTv. W-. J meiS2BeJLJ children, or l?yall'er'kids." ! Ask any of our ' t t r ' ' .cus.toniers 1 .V i: they all uphoTd .our. shoes, ; t .. . - oecause we give tO . honest worth i - f i in every. Bhoe we sell. , , r lr -., l ".. us a look oh summer foot- -wear. Our prices ',-,. ' ' ' i are off. you . ..h: can find in our .- obs great snaps i ',.. for everyday wear., ' ..: " ts a N! " . r: t t .'K. .fn. i . m J f nSrPFIpjrES 9 h Rihanwav 22 Broadway . : ioai 'f n A yueen Toilet Soap " S3 , C CjrC J J ' fX. ' fsol "Window ) AT.; fe IKS. (lWt(l L.z' j s DRUG STQRE'' 4 T.Hc Broalvwy r;fv NCriiE. J "c Mtfii' Second i Hand CLOTHING, such as" JCoals", Yeste, l'ants and Jhocs, and ymy for, nr.nie tf j not .worn toUfcuulf. r. Yon 'an bend 'ttiem to U8 or we will ca'i for them; Wo have no solicitors. ft LAWRENCE, 2i:j Court st. ETNA STANDARD OF itt I'U.HYouhavy'gotto see them before you n a 1. m 1 ,i..r. m ip, nam w. ijina "".. U 75W40 rJAfc f l ? 1. how good they are. 11 - ;Qj i'lt' GLfeAVES. & SONS r. MARION CYCLE CO., Makers, " Marion, Ind. r 1 ANO BE CURED, SONS, AGENTS. A llrcach of Ordinance. James Hubbard was warranted today by Judge Sander- turn )y mm Jctf Harn. mrt for firing a pistol inside the city limits. Circuit Court at Metropolis. .- Circuit court began yesterday at Metropolis, this being the regular tfcniitnnnunl term. Criminal -cases jiaq taken lip. . ' After jpelluqiieiits. License Inspector J. A. James to day began warranting delinquent merchants and others who have fail cd to take out license for the year. Tho Jewett or Lcouaril'deanablc refrigerators are not to be classed with the'cbinihuu kliiil; For sale by Scott Hardware Co, , lljl An Ice Li'cain Stipp'er. Tho ladies of the.Second church wil give an ice cream supper tonight nt.Yejser l'ark. " t ; ' ? j - f . Ileal Kstatc Transfors. Jlesrs. J. 1. and W. K. Weaks deed to each other, , interests m two lots on West JoHerson.' . ' Mrs. Mamie is. Cobb deeds to II. A. Tetter, for $300, .a, lot ou West Court. ,' i ' r , Nancy Hbyle deeds to Cora for $100. Lot 0 of Husbond's addition. il9!f"3'''' W. Page -deeds to-Ar J. Moore for $150. 04 acres of land in IheTcounty. j tt i . - ' . - A ' Lendler & Lydon fpr first-class repairing, 1311 Broadway. 15jeod Subscribers' UuXluK recilvo tlictr papers glioiilU liotify this olllcc at once. For Sale. At tho Sl-n olllce old pajiers, nice awl clean, Just thVthng to,, put ciirpdw'and on shelves. 25'cc'nls per hundred. ' Masonic Noticu. . Plain City Lodge 149, V. & A. M., will meet in statwi communication. at 7,:'JQ o'clock. Work in M. M. All members invited. B. Davis, W.' M. iiW.JxuitAii, Sec'y. 1 rtiriT 1 - "'- ot , canffeahseR s u j WTiJAMES" W- AGENTS, Ate, w J. B. BAGON 5. 0. 'ItifflU .. on' rfHHHHr.i.ii. a. dicvucs'b itjU m lji fj hj bi ri m r,ni w. u rra it ,n r U 'J ( are the , I sc-' jL UrS v- . m i i ' mi fi Mpreme -A Xpa 1 Result mrTbxm' s Vv of bur !i. . v5ijvr5l H M V ' ' off IM Years ox I ''SiE3cCii8flCe, l it- - ig Send' for Citaloguo. W -MONARCH CYCLE MFG. CO. W - . . Vu' ft t - aasi'nat Atn 11 SoiJ fcri icck of Monarch Playing Nk ( Card'. Tom Monareh Cooper. O1 W Lee Klchardson anl WalUf Jl BtguUr J. rjs. J .y--?- rj - iiat :vSJl (jfcviiSSiSlKS WAHL & WEATHER 11KP011T. ,..I i. . ..y t,.llf Thunder Btonns 0 H4 ftucruoon mil Wednesday. LOCAL Died InToMis. rrs. "Bnsan Chnplin Caflowiiy, formerly Miss Susan Chaplin, flnilghCerjDf'nev. Ci 13. ffChaplin, j)aslorbri'tbd Hirst, jDaplist f. church hcVet l(ejl a few days ago a( Qucro, Texas. She Vw ,36 years dld,' 'and wife of Rev. Seymour Calloway, and a niece of Kcv. G. G. Kxall, of the city. r 5T ur.j.t' ' .Married Lust I2vciiIiii;. SUss. Jennie Hicharjrljon; a popular la'dy'tff diifo8lreet", and Sir. Thomas Kecd, a.stainer Furniture Co".'," were' united in marriage last night by Kcv. L. T. The best Gasoline is sold by E. L iGilsou & Co. J0tf nIV At J"wo?5 . IV lull meeting of UicYVJ air U.A; 'jnnfor'mcinbcra is called for mornuig (tomorrptv) , :op Tlic reason why we sell our $5 fehocs for $1 is our business; it is your business to get a , $5 shoe for f 1 in all the latest colors. 12j2eod . .Anglci'ii Cloth. ; Kcv. Warner Moore, of Mayfield, accompanied by the pastors j otHbcal ;AI E. churches, .spent 'yesterday jlsbing in the lakes In Illinois. Canvassed the Returns, The fyumocrntic city, ,comhiltt'co iriet ycstcriIavaftefnobnat hd city-hull to canvass the rcsult'of tho recent primary and certify thereto. .The result was about the same as announced Juiinedinlely o(ler ' A Close Call tj , ii'aildsof the tdw boat, Joe Williams, were overturned in a yawl yesterday 'afternoon' near the wharf boat, ami came ncarmg drowned before rescued by MrJ&la' riou, llpyd, wild MVU9 near by in a, boat. ... - . JS BICYCLES! (MOOCP50: ' r v r 1 1 4 Bigg& IHAN M. JF J list' received midtl lo)f phi ShC fiOO pnlrn of Lndtes' hikI Clillilruu's iSlutei Unit uUIfor $3.1)0, $2.5(1 ami $3,00 go in out) lot at 76 ouo cents. i 100 pairs Meit,s;lW:Vfct'Ki(l Dress Shoes tllat solil for $1.00 ami nm'l $5.00 go in one-lot tit $ J.50. i HOI) pulri) Mcii'b Slioea that told for for $1.75, $2.00 ami $2.25 go inonc lot at $1.00. ' ' " , Lmlies' I)w Cut Shoes and Oxford Ties in Ox Wood and Chocolate, at unheard of prices. PADUGAH AUCTION 223 and 230 Count St. PERSONALS. Mr. James Trail, ' 6 .B!nUvll(c, was in the city today. Mr. Victor Von Do Mnlo'lcftiat noon for Marion, III. Mr. Ed II. Pu ry car has gono to Virginia, to visit his old home. Mr. J. II. llurkholder returned this morning from St. Louis. Master Edwin Thompson left this morning for Cadiz on a visit. County Clerk C. O. Lowcry, of Sinitliland, was iu the city Unlay. Mr. Claude C. Hakcr, of Memphis," is visiting his parents, on South Third street. ' ' Mrs ..'. afttr tlculo ind little eoll wmt doWii td )JahlVfcll tlAs iifletnoun ou buslues4 1 iL - Miss Mary Curd, of Murray, is aT'T guest of Mr. and Mrs. Headley Curd, at l- if th and Jackson. Mrs. A. J. Decker will entertain at Kuchre tonight in honor of Mr. Illake Slack, of Mt. Holly, N. J. Mrs. Gillison Maghce, of Evans-ville, arrived yesterday on a to Mrs. II. II. Snow. Mrs. Lerilie Sonic and children1 left at noon for Vicksburg, Miss., du a visit to relatives Messrs. M. P. and T. II. Molloy, of Eddyville, were in the city last evcuing to attend commencement. Mrs. Sain Williams ami sister, Miss Clara Raddcr, left at noon for Crcal Springs, to 8end a week or two, Dr. S. T. Hobhs, of Carlisle eountv. Democratic candidate for State Senator, came in last nl"ht from Kenton. The young ladies of tho First Hap tist church will give a moonlight ex cursion toutabt to Metropolis on the llettie Owen. There will bo nn ice cream supper tonight at Yciser park, given by the ladies of tho Presbyterian cuurcti. Oillcer Winslock left this morning for h s homo m .Louisville alter a visit to his daughter, Mrs. 11. Michael. Mrs. I). C. Wallaco and unuchtcr. Miss Debby, left yesterday for Cairo to visit daughter and Bister, Mrs Gladfcltcr. Revenue Agent Mae Fcrguspn re turned at noon from Claxton, where (to went yesterday on government business. Mrs., M. E. Johnson loft, at noon for her home in Trenton, Tenn., after a visit to her brothers, tho Messrs, Grigsby. Councilman Livingston left at noon for Creal Springs, to spend a vacation and study up how to make the best race for mayor. Mr. James Shorrell and Mr. II. O. Jones returned this forenoon from Fort Smith, Indian Territory, after a ten days' absence. A nartv of Mayfield young ladfes and gentlemen are expected this ternoon to take passage on 1110 toi ff tomorrow for Nashville. i Mr. and Mrs. John L. Webb and Misses Minnie McElhany and Eunice McKihany, of tho city, are registered at the Louisville building, 'Nashville. Mrs. Dr. J. G. Krooks nnd ter, little Miss Ethpl and son, Master .lolm. left this mominjr on tho Hop- l.lns for Evansvlllc.to bo absent a fcy days. The entire, wheat' flour nt Hock innh'a is the best IDOUO' r will huy Thone 259. j TO DEFEND P1ERSON. County Attorney llQuscr Leaves for Heiiton. County Attorney Johnson Ilduscr left today for Bcnfbn, having been engaged for tho defense in tho, ease against youug Arthur Ticreon,. charged with killing lion Smith af a horso trading several months ago. Tho case Is to follow tho Franklin case, nnrinrr his absence, Attorney kfeaso Mosa will discharge fho duties 'of county attorney for Mr. Houscr., Nfcw Providence, Tenn., Oct. 27th J, C,'JleifucnH, Eyansvijlc, Ind., lll'rir nil i fc ivi'v ii -- poululotf Gross pf your Chin n-Fever Curo as pfTcmyjLpu W Of 20tU. 1 COUSUlOVjaui yt,yKV of tho best In tho marMt. "' Yours rcsectruuyt V. W. SwiTkj r , . , A.r.rV' '.. Try BoQkttiqo's ,tfi, hXmA.twWgh. from six MW- v , y'U Bafg ains 3BJBRt ; :- "W CLOnUN'ti lI'AUTMKNiS. Mcu'a Kinu l)ies S'H't liinl . sukl frfi.., $10,00 ami $iirio ifr i" lot at $6.fi0. jren8 Fine Clay Worsti'il Suits, Straight, .Uoiiinl .G,iti $ick,or llitit solil .for Vlti.OU, $1K00 $20.00 go in ouu lot at $H.50. Nico Suits, Hrowti Cassi meres all styles that sell clsuwiitro $7.50, go for. $3.50. M lv)tof Hoyn' FiudSuiU worth $2.00 gofor $1.00. - , " ' ' i ' Kincst Munilln Straw Hats worth $1,00 and 61.25 go at 25 and 50 eta. AND STORAGE GO. Cor. 3d & Court. IN AMUSEMENT CIRCLE. Good Crowds at the Parks Last Nij:lit. The Otuiplclc'Cast for "Qnccn Kathc'r, thi Opera. tho first production of "Lady Audl'eyS Secret" by the Casino Theater Stock Cftnpiny was given, last nlRht to a lar.. v,ywtla Crowj Umt ...a rcry pritUIIng to tho tin' weather. The (IcrtohndnOc was pronounced bv all ptecnt ohe of the best ever Wltncsseil Iu Paduoab, In fact, mag' ii1onl nml ili. milium.' wft lilHiral lnritofV. Each inembtr of tim troupe ncuuitled linn or herself uluiirablv. tho actum bliiK much Letter thau in any il, tho previous plays, which means a gnat deal. The reentry and stage selling were elrgtnt, aud the pcrforiumo parsed Otf without n hitch. Toulgllt a feature will be the of Mr. Charlemagne who will recite "How SalVator Won the KacU." Mr. lunhler, a stated yesterday, Ir hero on n brief visit, en route to the seashore to spend the summer, mid will apsr before a l'adncall audience simply by request. Tho theater will no doubt fie packed tonight and the remainder of the week. lielow ts thu complete cut ot "Queen Esther," which will be produced under the auspices of tho Fir t Christian church Thursday night at Morton's opera home. The nyiiiquls 'makes the opera very attractive. Kstlicr was bora iu Persia 500 years before Christ. Iteiug an orphan from Infancy she wns adopted by her uncle, Mordccai, who, her great natural beauty trained her iu the accomplishment of highest womanhood. She was chosen by the King of the Realm to bo his wife iind Queen. She did not disclose her nationality. Hamuli was Premier and favorite of the King. Hainan dated Mordccai because ho would not worship him as tho K'ng had commanded. He did not know relation to the Queen. To be revenged he obtained a decree for destroying all tho Jews in the provinces. Mordccai discovers thu plot and charges the Queen to (lctilion thu "King for the safety of her people, which she does at the peril of her life, on account of the law that no one shall go unto the Klug unbidden. The King hears her petition, and Ta-man is defeated. Hainan has prepared a uallows for Mordecah An attendant informs tho King of the fact. The King orders Hainan to be hanged from it aud proclaims Premier in his stead. After .this ' the people rejoice. , . Cet. "QCEEJ EyTUen." Qi(..tn Ksitwr .. Kin AhMiwru r.d.l'ax m, Jlr. K, 1.. - c"s, .. ; Mr. KitTl ChuaUlo. ivrah ., MrA. Ailattn Tlmlale, Murairr Hister MUs MsrjT & .JIM lt:ilrd. , Mrs. It.Veale. A ifBrun iTime .. . ... MM. C!. II. r... ....... Mr.Waltajrk p'iar ..Mr, Kinoij llnlHoa ,Mr. WIU Ow-n lllyli . ..... OraK. Wbilwdilm HqritM .....Mr. lira TtniuuiH Jli(rlotuh...,, . . .Mr, IVpI Asbum JstlMliIof Honor ......... MlM !ufour nJMtlitur Honor MM lUvftf td, 2trnttHt UhlUl I.tttle Kyle Thomas Mjt Manasar . ... .F.lllott Mitchell Ciaijui, nil Director ..Mr. Olia.O:. D.ivU 'Thcro wl)l be n complete rehearsal to-night. lTagg, tho Outcast'' was presented last night at La Kelle park, to n good crowd by tho Thlllips Slock Colnimny. Tho performance was nnd well worthy a good patron- ami., homo one, prooaiiiy as a JoKc, started a report that there had been nn 'accident at tlic. antj there, was some' excitement, for n time. LOCAL I .AiiM511 Anlnst Capt. Roberts Jl and. Air. livetts. fJant. "Newt Robcits was Sr, lieo' .Winchestor'ri dourt on a hrnnoli tlib peace clmrgo. The lino was foi1 Ibo dilllciilty ho had with Mr. Tow Kyetts on primary election sight. , -Mt. Evotts, in Justice Winches. tor's1 court, was fined S5 and coils for tbo part ho took, in the dilllciilty Supply and Demand. High prices ittcren.se the production of. any article and lessens the cpiLsuinpttoii ; liencc low prices .jcurcaw the piwhtctio" UUJ llt. Cicasc the coiistlhiption. Many manufacturers expected better times' and' ligg!f sales and mtiilv too much stuff for the spring and summer trade of 1897. TJiu mniittfnctiuer's tvay oltt of stich it dilciiiiiut is to ciit" the pried trt iisc lip tlicStttf!. We ntc ttinong the few crtsli. btlycrft who liavt" bought up theftc goods to sell to our custom el's at half pri ces. tJttt ot sell deleitse tunny merchants will claim to own goods at our low prices, but the duly ,safc way ts to come herfc nftd sec. Lawns arc here for 2c find Ac and that were doublet Ilcnutiful "aslt goods we have seen elsewhere for 10c, nie now here for jc a yard. Handsomer ones thai were.soc ate here for toe. Taffeta mulls that were 35c early are now here for 1 3 i3c iicalitcr belts, all colon, that were 50c, now here for 250 Ladies' vests that were 5c, now 30, Very handsome vests are here for 7 and 8c. Bleached table linens that were 40c now here for J5C. Other table linens very low. . Hand towels at 4, 9 and' 12 very special. Dotted Swisses and doited dimities, manufacturer's seconds that you can ltrfrdly tell from the hriW, worth 20c, for 100 a yard. Choice apton oheck giiighams at 3 1-2, .1 anil 4 A raid Calr- cdes at 3 4, .1 1- atul 50 yatd. i.outtuicaeltctl to . sheeting for i . t yard. Ready made bleached sheets for 330 1045c, worth ilquble. hOii finishet.1 yAu wide bleached domcstiO at 4( 4 1-21 5, f 1-2, 7 and 7 1 a yard. Ladies' fust black hose that Were 20c. now 12 The world's uucmialcd Seamless fa&t black 1 3 for 25c The early seasons f4c siirt, now four nairs fOl 25c, MILLINERY. Trimmed hats of rarest beauty for less than half what others cliarge, oj we trim hats to order in the most exquisite manner with the finest and most fashionable materi als at prices very much below the prices that circumstances compel others to charge. . SHOES. Prices away down when quality is considered 50 styles of oxford tics ranging in prices from $1 to ?2 that are worth nnd'tlo bring one-third more with most dealers. HARBOUR'S, 112-114 N. Third. IHCYCLtr NOT1.S. To-day work began on th new bi- ovule track l he located on the east nldo of La Kelle park. The grass U li.intr cut awnv. and stakes will bo diiwu by Knginccr Wilcox probably to-morrow. The track will likely lie completed in n short time. Ixical wheelman have decided to make their century run 011 next Sun day, the 20th n success, and thus far about eight or ten have siguiucii a determination to participate. The riders will be paced by .Messrs. Ed Mutt uud 0cnr Hank. Fountain uveiiuo will bo the 1110.1I popular thoroughfare around for wheelman ami aomcii when it is thorougly rolled. One of the most iuiiortant matters to he considered at the Kentucky division meet at Cyuthiana Is the treatment of the wheelmen by the railroads of the state. .Mr. Orville Lawsou, of this city, is chairman of the committee. There aro stories of overcharges 011 account of the transtortalion of wheels, ejectment from trains by unreasonable conductors, smashed wheels through the utiicltHiicsgt of baggagemen and other indignities that thu wheelman have had to bear. club will bo entertained byMrs. W. F. Tax ton in honor of their guests, The Misses lliggins. IPs easy enough to put nice food in a refrigerator, hut not so easy to take, nice food out of one, unless It be the' Jewett ror Leonard cleanable rofriccrator. ' For sale by Scott Hardware Company. 1 1J4 Amputated the Dor's Lck. 'There was a dog tight in ycstiyrdny afternoon nnd one unfortunate brute had his leg badly chewed. Dr. Troutinau was called ami. amputated the member. Ndhodyteiui sell priiht, oils and miHolino lower tliaul K. T OlWin ft Jji. .' A j9tf tt 0 have, a funey'New Orleans irnihusetf iiijylll not ferment, bring 011 yourijuj; to Kockmon, T.iotie.259. - .... I .. ..v.... n..lln ....... . Tonlnht. lienutifuLnortliern 'play ''J'aggs, the pntenst.," Kroathfay car. Frccninsic. ',' 14J4 An Addition. Mr. John Farley Is building an addition to Ills' residence1 in Mechanics-burg. ' " ' For Taints, Oils and Gasollno go to K.'T. Gilson& Co., 410 Broad-way. J 1 Jt A Oeullo Hint. Customer This 1 a kind of soap from your uunl. Isn't It? lr bnt how do you 'luiow? Customer It tastt different. Pick- Mr-Up. Dome Curloalllra of Hnlclde. Tho lato Sir It. W. JUchnnlnon is credited with the followlnpr curious In formntlon.on Htilcidest Tho rntoof ut "cWes Is highest Jn 1ho last four dajfi of Juno and lowest in renrunry; mor common anion; Protostan1 tlian Ito man Catholics rvud rnxeat otnantr the Jews, It Incrcahcs vdth education and ppreads, with mllw'ay" ami telegrnplw. Moru uien thnn nrw swayed; by Txs Inftuonce and tho averafifft of Bill- Cllleii U not down 12 a "T 100,000, CUIcuT3taiUrtiJliu - Water Firs! KkfLVaiaVVA aHflBaBMX mm m Water Filters. ' '! &4iflJ6fduxi& fj ' X INCOHPOmTlP ALL HAVANA FILLED: Albert Bernlieim. 1202NorthJ5th"Street. V A. M. Office Hours !: I'. M. Ed. D. Hannan, V Steam, Gas and Sanitary... DKAI.KII IN ALU KINDS OK... Fittings and Fixtures, Sprinkling Hose. I.I. ouuwi o.reoi. Rose & Give you All Ktndsof 1 ' FIRE, LirG and l' TORNADO I, Office DIARY OF AN OFFICE BOY. ItCDia Tli i I Mr J.,ffr.l llumi llnrliiaj Ilia "ir" Tluir. The txiy In u cvrtaJn flowuUmii olUcw YttvK n diary. The fllowlltff uxtnirta am frnmt'Jitrtrj' utid rclaiA to his vxpiTUmrm In accurlnj; a Mitifjfiictnry t ki rltSist : "Aiy, I ille.1 Bite, uanu't. miicli on looks and wrut ho ccrvoud Umt hor lek lialrBhookdown, but I felt norry for her, s'belp mc. Tlio Lohsfctiirtol In dluUtUi'andahebrmped on Uio keys llko a (jood fellow for fdxmt, 15 mlnutcA and Uien. all of a midden !; went In a heap and saldi 'Would you mind kaylajr that ovr rvrnln? 1 forpot to put my paier on tho niachlnt?.' Say, you can JuhL ilr wrw Ui rainbow Kiiadc for alout foiirtfcn mhiulot nu n quarter. "Thl ouo jkmmiih to Ik, ripht In the wim with us. no mistake. Work her machine like a rullwny train bohlnd Umo nnd rhocolntn crctuns for lunch. 81m' o flalny looker, too. Tlie Ikwb told hor to consider hernclf cnpiged, tuid I hoe wn linvo (ot hettled down at lkt. If I had to have, kept on rttctlritii,' antj mnklnfr niynclf to ,hj many an I hnvti U-en doliifr' lutely tho tx, m would liavo U-en Htruek for mure tloiiRh. A man can't do that, kind ol work fnr rfny threo u week. Tho cost nioro nionoy, 'JChSn (jlrl'a nnmo Ih Wltchln MIks ItcwitchJiig, 1 colled her, Just for .. jolly. Srxj onty lailirliod, "but trcitrd mo 'to a .cream, no I knoV I'm willd fitcty. "Say, tho IxW old lady didn't drop In yrotcrdity, mvbbel Oh, no; of uouran not. Ami hho.dldii'L luiv'c, a wild look hi lier eye when alio spotted rJJowitcb ln? I knew het. It -wan llcwlUJilny, o)iiuso your, tclf, just ntf tho Ikvm hrul to tell her next inpnilng. Although he did (Tire liar ft whole week's dojic lit advance, IIc'h for a boss, but hu IcIh Ids old pair of bloomers run the whole, (fame for him. Bho'd n nf let mo loujf ago it I hadn't told her that wo used to live on.j!'lfth aveuuo once, nnd that ulnco ints fodder lmt alt hltt inonoy ho would not let mo go anywhere but to tho tvyemseea read In rooms. "This' glrl'f tfaco ain't In the runnlnf nt till, lut you avn het your Jlfo thnt her tnuxelo is. I trlel to mash It, nnd hIio grappexl mo by tho collar, and shook mo till my bade teeth rattled. Huh I hay I wish Ihcre'd n crowd to rp her tncklo the imiclrlnel Tho very t)rnt ihiio nlic. plunked on It sho broke the capital M nil to lxuMyhtinlc oiul n plcco of the Htcel flew up and took tho boss oer tho left whitlow1., "I told tko.bpsh UiathooiiRhtto fry a buck opcrutor, niiil Stop' foolibfr with tho lady iiiihIi, nnd he said it was tho dy fcciifllblo thlpp tlint ho hid -ever , heard mo (jet off. Wo got one, too, that's pretty fair, but lie's totting a lit- ' tlo bosay, mid he squares himself with ino I'm nfnild we'll havo tolxiunco him. Hut I'm no tired ol.thhi changing bualnOMH t.fmt'l'fTi miltirr'fnfpvnml nfiiml bin for awhile."- - " -ff . " , another;, ,6ig ; iHlPmb.NTJ JUST , - -RECEIVED ' Water Firs. '' (NUXT ly,MHR JJPUSU.) Tclcphon 364 Plumber. insurance oai .'our. fttreet, uirfhlk vi ri Paxtan s s over Citizen's Saving Bank.' t " . B. HoweJI.D.D.S. 9ENTJST Tele phono 22 L Olllecs, IJ7 ltroudv way T f MIIcelKiUj:' 8 a.m. to 12 m., 2 to A p.m. nndat iiliht LITTLE BEN, Pawn Broker and Loan Office. MONKV TO LOAN 0N i - We'are ovorstocko.! on I, adieu' and dent's Solid GolilahtJ.Fiiicd Case All tho standard makes of movements nnd cases. -Also u bin Jot Of Silver Vit cbesOiinHjM'lBtoUifMuMlral Instrumouts. Be tlmf) prloeB vo will ' miikoyou; ;' J ' Wo carry a good lip4)" of Clothing, (louts' Furnishing!, JlaU, Shoos Trunks, Vnllses, I'jaylng Cards, Dice, 1Jlc' ' f - Wo hur.nlt.dufKOCKlHht forced sales aiu buy strlcUv for cash, aud, can always give yutrbarKalmc'ln qvery Ilaol Money to loan on all valuablos. 103ij. Jocond. notoortO' Lang 'Bros ' SPKCiyi. SAIiE. "" Qpe'TvflokOnlj. - '-" -' 1 Glass Fcn,h Mustard. , 0.05 1 lb Kviiporrttcti Appcs. . . -. o.OG 1 dpz Choice L!inoiita,.(,. 4, 0.10 21 lbs Choice 'PatcntjFKmr.. .t, J1.70 15 li Tall Best Jelly,. .. ... . Vjo 1 lb. Best 2 lbs Good Roasted Coffee...,. ,0.26 1 bit. 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