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-Hartmann Brothers SELLS VIENNA BREAD. | Ninth and Washington Streets. GIVE THEM A CALL. j -THE “KEYSTONE” te ' Fine Line of | Cigars and Tobacco | Two fine Brunswick Pool Tables : Young Men’s Headquarters § 121 South 4th-st. Benj. Jackson, Prop. | || Society and Local I .... tt . i . r • i \ . r . i »,i . r...... i ..M , v vju“ vstia L/uiictui ii.#i ai derman of the lirst ward, Tues day, April 3. Capt. Emmet Perkins was in Jacksonville this week. The International Order of Twelve of Knights of Tabor, Je rusalem Temple No. 20, Mur phy sboro, 111., will tender a reception in honor of Sir Louis Finney. C. G M,. of this state, Tuesday evening, the 27, at the opera house. A program will be rendered. A full account will be given leter. Bishop Muck preached an able sermon in Jacksonville Sunday, re turning Tuesday to aid in the revi val at Zion church. Rev. Crush-lion of Champaign, arrived in the city ihe first of the week and preached at several of the churches. VV. H. Parrish of Jacksonville, was in the city Friday on business. Mrs Minnie Sims who lias been ill for the past three months, is slowly improving. Little Mamie Burton, infant daugh ter of Mr. :and Mrs. Clias. Burton js ill with the whooping cough. Mis Ethel Clark has returned home from Louisville, Kv., wheie she has been attending college. The Republicans fmay elect their supervisors. Dick Smith and John H. Lloyd are running neck and neck. Logan Hay and Heinl have announced for the State Senate andJHouse respectively and have no opponents for the nomination as yet. Three men are out for clerk of 4he probate court with Piper p obably leading. the Daily Globe Democrat, of St. Louis. It has no equal or rival in all the west and ought, to be in the bands of every reader of any Daily piper. It cost**, by mail, postage prepaid Daily Including Sunday, one year, $6 00; 6 months. $:j; 3 months, M .60; Daily without Sunday, one year, f4; 6 months. $2: 3 months, $1: Sunday Edition—a big newspaper and magazine combined, 48 to 76 pages every Sunday, one.tear, $2; 6 months, A subscription for the Globe Democrat, at these puces, i> the best possible newspaper investment,. Send your order today or write for free sample copy to Globe Printing Com pany, St. Louis. Mo. See advertis ment, of the ‘ Twice-a-Week” issue ot the Globe-Democrat elsewhere in ihi. paper. John Lloyd for Supervisor=at-Large. Mr. John H. Lloyd, of the 3d ward, is the Republican candidate for supervisor at-large; he ap. pears to be a gentleman. He is affable and this is the kind ot men for public office. He is a member of the firm of Matheny & Co., grain shippers, having been a resident of this city t'oi more than twelve years. He is a man of excellent qualities, in out judgment, and feel safe in indcr sing him for the above named position. THE PANTOM PARTY. Don’t forget to cane and see the “Phanton Patty,’’at St. Paul chut cl March 29th. Hear and -ee the Hue program. I) m’t fail to see Spring Held’s favorite 6 ladies in Pantomine Myrtle Clem, Retra Davis, Dessie Lee Alleno Whi e, SHone Nelson, and Blossom Lee. The Pantomine exercises will b< presented by Mrs. Carrie Lee Ham ilton Vo ce, by the real Chine girl, conn and hear, Mar. 29th. March 2!)th the programs complete will be un«urpassd, at St. Paul. jj New Flower Store.... 426 East Monroe-st. We will handle a full line of Burpee’s Flower and Garden Seeds.... Give us a call for Fresh Seeds SALVESON & CO. b ^ _ f _ __. I I— III-. rill I I