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TOE DAILY CIRCUIT COURT.
THURSDAY EVE., APRIL 12, 1883. w It yon havo got a tit of tnsto, You'll thank us when we lull, Tlint you muy go hear Tho charming" Florlucl." And whon you see the dainty Miss, With happy heart and Unlit Just go aud chalk It ou the walls That wo have told you right. At P. 0. Kidd's combination sale in Lexington, 108 blooded horses wore sold 'for an abrogate of $20,900. The-brown stallion Trouble brought $1,700. John Wiikklkk is offering to-day seven OJ eight varieties of fresh fish. In the lot we noticed Salmon, Baas, Red-Snapper and fresh Shrimps, Go and see him. "Wink fencing is coming into general use in this part of the State. Tho demand for it tho first season was so great thatn single firm in this city, Myall, Riley & Porter, Bold over $20,000 worth of it. Rkv. A. N. Gii.iikiit will preach and administer tho ordinance of immersion at the Christian Church, on this (Thursday) evening. Subject of discourso: "Why do Wo Immerse Exclusively?" Everybody is cordially invited. A.n accident occurred at Mt. Olivet on Tuesday, the 10th inst., Hint may result fatally. The sons of S. II. Dayton wore splitting rails when Richard Dayton struck Theb Dayton on tho head with an nxe, laying the scalp open and breaking his skull. Toiiacco selleivj.hud better be prepared for a visit from collectors sont out by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. A canvass of each district has been ordered, and heavy penalties are imposed for failure to strictly comply with the of the law. Tun M.iysville City Mills, which has not been running recently on account of the introduction of new machinery, will resume again next week. Many important improvents havo been made that will make the flour even more popular than it was before. A kkw days ago at Petrie, Bracken county, William Wiley, and Leonard Fields quarreled about a girl, which ended in the former being shot several times. The wounds are expected to result fatally. Fields escaped and has not been heard from since. Both young men had been drinking. Strike. The cigar makers of Maysvillo, which involves tho operatives in all the shops in the city, began a s'riko this morning. Thoy ask from tho manufacturers an advance in tho price of their labor of one dollar a thousand ou all kinds of cigars. The manufacturers have not yet signified what thoy intend to do. A STiMiCK among the eiirur makers at Cincinnati began, on the 10th inst., which is expected will be general throughout the county. Somo fifteen hundred persons or about three-fourths of nil the cigar makers of Cincinnati are involved in tho strike. They had given notice to their employers that the strike would be inaugurated May 1st but as preparations were making by. tho manufacturers to largely increase- their stocks tho strike was resolved upon at once. An' audience fair in size greeted Miss Julia Hunt, in tho " Pearl of Savoy," at tho Opera House last night. Her impersonation of the leading ciiaracter was very gracefully and artistically rendered. Tho support was excellent throughout and much nbovo the average of that havo visited Maysvillo this season. Tho part of Chohchon by Miss Tucker is especially worthy of notice. The charming drama of Florinel will be produced this evening and in which tho whole company will appear. There should he a large audience in attendance. Sales of I. unit. The following changes in thn ownership of laud havo been recorded at the office of tho Clerk of tho County Court, bUicq our lust report: George H. Morgan and wife to David T. Thomas, 31 acres ol laud; consilium! Ion S.'l.'WO. Same loa.iuio, 11 acios oHauit J consideration 81,100. L. Kd. Pon'eo to 1 W. Uradford, IS!) acres ami 'J poles of land, unimiduiulloii $2tl.lW.7.i. John (J. Arlhur'H heirs Ac, to Win. How-aid, a acres and -1 poles of land consideration $178. D ""Is Lano and wife to D. J. Iteos, 1 aero of laud ; consideration ScO. hUlUen Ollft and wllo to II. L. Tarry, 7 poles or laud; consideration 8701. O.II. Toarco,9r.,and others to L.Ed. Peurco, 101 acres anil 1 1 poles ofland oiiIFluuilugHbiirg pi ko consideration '9,100. Th 3 Murder Trial in Progress---Story -of the Tragedy as Told by Witnesses for Commonwealth. The April term of tho Mason Circuit Court convened Tuesday, Hon. A. E. Cole presiding. The following persons were reported as petit jurors, viz . J. A. llean, William Rhodes, Robert Hunter. j John Uahby, jr. W. I'. 8moot, I W. H. Tnrleton, David Wood, I Jamas P.Curtis, . Arthur Bony, I It. H. Case. I Wm. K. Wells. George Wood, Jr. 8. M. Worlhlngton, Hun Coburn, H.b Uftult, James Key, KuliHiol Collins. W. H. Hoe. Georgo Ongglu, Theodore Owens, James Wnlllngford, K. It. Perrlne, S. D. Clarke was convicted of unlawful gaming, and fined $10 aud costs. ' WmrGofTwas convicted of the a tine offense, and fined $10 and costs. Bill Green, Polk Allen and Jim Gaines i were also convicted of the same offense, j and fined $10 and costs. J George Thompson was convicted of , tho offense of permitting a muniim table to be set up and exhibited ou premises in his posses ion, aud fined $250 and costs. Daniel brown was convisted of assault and battery, and fined $2o and costs. The case of the Commonwealth vs. George Cooper w.is cillud in the Circuit Court Tuesday afternoon, and the process of einpannelling a jury began. The jury was completed Wednesday and the trial of the caso begun. It will be remembered that Cooper is the party who, last fall, during tho fair at Germantown, shot and killed George W. 11. Insko. Tho shooting was done without any apparont cause or provocation. The first witness to testify in the case was Miss Lucretia Mingtu, the young lady who was with Insko when the shooting was done. Ik-low we give the substance of the testimony of the several witnesses who testified : Miss Lucrotia Minguit: Was at the fair last fall. Thursday and Saturday, with George W. H. Insko. Met him about 111 o'clock and was with him most of tho Unto till t. Met Oooige Cooper and his wllo while I was wllti Inslco. He aHked Cooper's wife if she was going to prom enado with Neville. She wanted to know what he moant. Insko said I mean arc ymi going lo promenade with Neville? Cooper asked what he meant by that Insko replied " 1 mean Just what I said." That was all the conversation. Was with Inskn of the time alter that, Cumo them .Snrurday morning about nine o'clock and was with Insko neatly all day. Met. and passed Coopi'i hut there was no eonveratlon. Was with Invito when ho was shot. Did not see who shot hint. We were going around the promenade from tho pike. We turned and were Just starting down the steps. Had seen Cooper near about tho middle of the step-. Insko j had hold of my arm. As wu started to go I down some ono shot and Jnsko loll. The I amphitheatre Isachelo and aionud this Is tho promenade. Tho cillery Is above this, ntops tea irom mo promenmie to tne gallery. .Met Insko soon niter I got there took luno'li with him. He lelt me for a short Unionist after dinner. Wo met Cooper aud his wife In the afternoon on the piomcuiidf. I knew Cooper's wife and also Neville slightly. I did not hoar lusko say to Cooper, "d u you. If you want any thing, I'm ready to give It to you." Did not hear any other c invcrvi tlon Hint day. Did not hear Insko Nay, 'D n you. I Intend to Mil you?" Did notKee Cooper's wile shove Insko away nor h ar hoi-nay, "It'youiuo a gentleman you will leave my husband alone." Did not hear him say, " I'm ugontlemnn but he's a f .n of a b h." We were going from tho pike towards too stops. Don't remembor seeing his wife. Thoro was muca noise as wo turned to go down steps. Don't know .Mrs. Cooper' lather. Didu'l hear lusko threaten htm. Shots were very close together. Didn't know whether Insko whs ill Inking or not. Passed Neville several times. Didn't hear any angry altercation between lusko aud Cooper at any time. Insko bad pun'lously known Cooper's wife, saw them together at Minerva beioro who was married. Willis Insko : Had h.ion living In Indiana and on toy way home stepped at fair I'liuis. day and stayed until Saturday. Met my brother Thuisday. Did not know Cooper. My brother was with Miss Mlngua. Hetween thieeiiud Jour o'clock .Saturday I wasou Mops leading to gallery Waiting lor George. Haw him coming with two ladles. was on his lett. They stinted down the steps. Saw Cooper on the promenade. Ho Marled and went round behind tlioiu and shot my brother. Coopyr was live leet from the post ut tho loft anil seven leet from my bioiher and hunlml him. I saw tho pistol in his hands and started towaul lilin and hit him Just asthe seconu shot win tired. The second Mint struck Georgo In tho hand. It was pointed at his breast. Cross examined : George was w yeais old. Have kovoii brothers, all living except one. Two brothers George worq at tho fair. When (leorge was shot, ho lei I, I think, on his back. I was standing hall way up the steps, loaning on tho railing. Was not there to help him attack Cooper. When I struck Cooper he fell ou tho Nteps. Did not Htrlko him again, I got a pistol from him. Don't remember whetlieror not I tried to use the pistol ou him might havo dono so If thoy had lot me alone. Home ono look It. from me. Coidrny Kills: Was picsoot when lusko was killed. Can't H'iy who killed him. Didn't seo who shot as I was ahead of Cooper. Kaw scuilllng with Cooper after the shooting. Saw tho dead body of insko nltorward. Mike Haiiiinu: Tho last day of the fair Cooper came to my house anil asked lor J no. Harmon's tevolver, saying John had told him he eo ill I h tve It. I gave it to him an 1 told him to be c.iretul and not shoot any one. Hetald."No. no." John Harmon: Cooper never asked me for my revolver and I never told him to got It. Win. Heck: Was at the lair Saturday and saw Cooper and lusko. At the time of the shooting was ou tho piomenudo opposite the cottages. Cooper had tho pistol up and shot about the time I saw them. lusko fell backwards. Cooper tunic I around as though ho was trying to shoot him In the breast. It was about a foot Irom Insko'shead. When Insko fell ids feet hung over tho Mops, Didn't hear any tiling said, Kllsiia Morun: Was at tho fair Saturday . Was going up thn steps whon I heard n pis. tol shot and saw Insko fall. Tho crowd fell back and Cooporcatueupaud shot the second time. Cooper stool over Insko ns If trying to shoot In tho In east. Wa- eight or ten feet away from them. Didn't notice Cooper at all till he was st mdlng over insko. Heaid nothing tiiiusunl until the pistol cracked. Samuel Whlsiier; Was at the talr Saturday. Was going up the steps aud saw pistol stuck out. it w,i tired J tint as I saw It. Saw seeoud Mint. lusko was lying on the promenade. Wound was near the oar, higher up. Ed Lee : Heard pistol shot and saw a man falling. Saw a man cock a pistol and Mioot tho second time. Cooper was standing at Insko's sldo and over lilin. Didn't hear a word said In either party. James W. 1'erklus: Was at the fair Saturday. Was In the act of leaving when shooting occurred. Saw second shot. Did not see Ink fall. Scott Owens.' Was at tho bottom of tho stops and saw second shot tired. Saw a man loud talking or (juarrellng at the time of the shooting. Hon Wood : Heaid pistol Mints close to. getlier. Insko win on the stile and dying when 1 saw tilm. Saw him untlicssed. Saw no Weapons of any kind ou him. Wash Tilled. Was on the promenade and hennl some oneway, " Where's lusko." He was apparently very drunk. I tnade but hurried away. Just then the shots were tired. Don't know who (lied them. II. K. Adamsoii: Heard twoshots hat d d'ut who tiled them. Kxaiulned Cooper and alterwaids examined Insko. Wound was on the right sldo above tile ear His death was caused by thlswound. I think Cooper bud been drinking. He had eonvuMonu when I examlneil him. Thomas Moore: Didn't IDlped to euro lusko d'wn to the Mile. I think be wasdead when wegot there. Saw no weapons on his person. r kck's Bad Boy tt cents. Advertisements Inserted under this head-lug 10c per line lor each Insertion. Thy Langd ill's City Butter Clunkers. L.mt.sT styles of giaiestuul mantels at Mgnew & AIIimi'm at the lowest prices. Toiiacco cotton?, yard wide, at Hunt o Doylu's. mlildly Kos'kw it Ai.i.ks sell all kinds of tin ware chuaper than nnvhody. alldtf New carpels, Hour at Hunt it Dovle's. oil clotli antl runs mlMdlv Kci.vew k At.i.K.v furnish odd plates fur all kinds of stoves at matiuf clurer' prices. all. Domkstp' Review fashion plates. alogues, patterns, at Hunt v. Doyle'-, mlMdlv cut- Fou'Sai.):. Two iltsiriibl lots on the Fleming pike. Terms wasonable. Ann! to nLMlw Wim.iam O'I'.niKv. Go to Kgtiew ami guttering. cheapest, 'io to Kguow vfc brated Umaha ami Best in the anvboilv. t Allen'n for tin roofinv ivies as cheap as the alliltf. Alk'ii's Leader market. Prices 1 Cheap ! (J'nap ! ! flit-up ! ! ! Talilrs At K. B. Ilunson'.s, full of irood. desirahle boots and ."hoes ut prices heretofore unheard of. (Jail eirly and .secure best bargains. nlMlw K. Ii. Hanson. J. A. Jackson it liuN, of .Muyliek, are tho sole agentK in that place lor all of J. C. Aver it (Jo.'d celebrated patent medicines and many other valuable preparations, among them T. IJ. .Smith's Kidney Tonic. Call and get a bottle. fl7. Hall's Hair Itenewer renews, cleanses hriuhtens, and invigorates tho hair, and restores hided or gray hair to its youthful color and lustre. People with gray hair prefer to use tho ltonewer, rather than proclaim to the world through their bleached locks that they are becoming aged, and passing on to decay. Uy 1 M'k of open air exercise, and the want of suflicient cure in the mutter of diet, the whole physical mechanism often becomes impaired during tho winter. Ayer's Sursuparilla is tho proper remedy to take in the upring of tho yoar to purify the blood, invigorate tho system, tho liver to action, .uul restore the heallbv tone and vigor. IX MKM0KIA.1I. for the cch. cook owir than nlldtf. D'ed, at his homo in Mason county, Ky., April the anil, IR31, Elder Charles Osborno, In t ho 7ath year of his ago. He nad been declining in health for some months past, and although seveial skillful physicians had boon employed his disease bullied their heal dibits to prolong his life. His health slowly but gradually deellntsl until his Nplrlt left Its "caithly tabfinacla, to boolotlu I upon with that house not inado with hands, eternal In the heavens. During all of his sickness ho was tendeily and constantly caied for by ills faithlul christian companion and devoted children. Could love, sympathy and constant attentions have pro imged his life ho would Mill be with us, lint he hasgoue tn enjoy " that, rest tint remains lor I he people of God," Althoagh he Is taken from us his nood works will lollow hltn. Ills long wcrebnnuHvlth uncomplaining nitlenco ami rcvigiiaiion, uu one occasion pe nam lo Ho leaves a wife and family of live children lo mourn his lovs, via: Two sons and thiee daughteis; also a number of grand children. i Ills children who surv ve him, with tliuir husbands and wives, aie members of the l Church ol Christ: also seveial of I from tliencefoith." yea. siitth the spirit, that I they may rest Irom tlndr labors; and their j works do lollow them," We cannot close Mils sketch of the life of lliolber Osborne, wlihout at least an allusion I to the great aud lmpoita l work of Ills lite. On the 17th of July. INt'i (now almost forty- I eight yearn) the Church ot Christ, at Heusley t'reeit. Meson County, Ky., ordaluid Hrother Osborne and myself or Oveiseer.s of the 1 church. We have held a continuous lelattou to the church as sucli without any addition to the eldership tin to the time ol his death. ' At the time we were chosen lo pieslde over the church there were about one hundred members. Of that nuinhei, slnco Hrother Osborne'sdeath, only six aie now living. In tlir Interim hundreds have been added to the church; .vet from death", removals aud other cause, the number Is not any turgor. Hut the chinch still lives, aud. as mother Minnie s.a.il before he died, he was hopeluloflts perpetuation ii ml prosperity. The llle work of lltmher Osborne, n Kldcr, will be written In connection with the history of tho church. j A large concourse ol people attended his i fuueial ou the Ith lust. Verv appioprlate ! sc rvlces were held by Eldets, W. . Hull and ' Henry lasior. w wifMiim hwiwiw. Wm. C. Hoi ton. ltM(.. At Sliuunou. this eoutit , Api II ., IKS.1, to the wlleol Mi. II. D. Watsop, a ilnu IIKI'AJL.M itlvlll. Cnriei'tod dallv by (i. W HrtisRr, grocer, .' ondstieet, .Iaysvlile, Ky. I KI.OUK. LlniO'toiiP 3 7 I .Maysvllle Majsvllle City 1 Mason Counij 1 Iventucki M il I WAWTB. ,..S I r.i It.itlijiil Ui locked od. o- Pile V 1 1. Apply a lit iy n.'M'w ) ! ii ii (175 '.urd.Pie lo , Ks, V ilo. lo Meal 'c peen 'JO Cbickeur, 30i JK " Mnlics. tai.ev 7."i Coal Oil, V Uf I'd w it, Ii ' A.Vi! in " jetfovi V'l) S;aH HnM.suwHr eur i V M'.. .. .- ttaeop, busikiast ' w I Hmihiii "ri jhIIou L"i heaps V hIIiio I ''l)li(l"VIW'li ill t.'niiue I'" I ill w.i.mi imiu 'ii i. .1 iines .ii. f in.ler He- nian sires I l.e in'Oi le tn kiniiv that he Is pi'epnreil to ! (I ) .it kinds hi uMgiiii ioik, either lepalrlm; I fir new uiek at ie.inniil)lopili'es. Persons siring a Aim. I Joli w HI plen.se call. J lu.'iiikvwim Helena. Ky. 1 r . a good M'cniul hand safe. I Apply to m.iiVih THIS N!v6 NA&.S0. sa i t. wiling .Hid fiame complete. g.ioj oiuer. ciisi 1 1. wni sen lor m. to ,iolt i' ..1...... . I.l... I.... ..I.... A. 1.1. in, property. l.lslie.s, lOOKIllg W. W. LYNCH. It .Market stteet. bedding, glasses II lugs, sin and fit Ii tei Apply to KUKD. Si'HATi.MANN. LK second hand Snhar iV V lo.s.bilck; X) siiiaies looting tin nearly new:ji,'i uieei ot newluiuberol diller. opt kinds. Apply to inlOditutt O. M. WILLIAMS. SAI,K- One hundred acres ut best lainl 1?OH in .Miimiii eon itv, with good dwelling and lino tobicco barn. Twenty acies ol vv laud, .situated on Fleming pike live miles lioiu .Mnysville. Apidy to niloiktwlin (1 A It It KITS. WALL. two itory fiame dwelflni: 1? on Thlid. street, "oiitli side, between Wall aud Short, containing three rooms up stairs anil one d wn stairs. Tne lot fronts 'JO leet and 111 feet deep, run iilugh ick to Lexington pike. Also a small cottage I 'i the rear ot said lot emitainiiig two rooms. For limber par to I'VntICK CL'LLKN. aOditwL'w FOEt SlKK'f! HAS hivn used with most uratlfylng In many obstinate oaso.s. Prof. F. W.Clark, professor of Chelnldry at tho University ol Cincinnati sai s this water ''belongs to tho same elass with that of tho Alleghany Sprlnits, ot Vir .in," the medicinal vlitues oi wlilch aroto'i wen known to lie slated here. Those wlio diml' m try this famous water nrw referred to i'.i'ii iln O. W. Hoyd, Lev.mi a Ohio; Captain C. M. Hollosyay. Cuielnnail, oi.io; .i. j, ifiipo, cineinuaii, onto, r or sale the writer of these lines that " I ho bold was I In half b.iriolshndjiigs by leitlnir him down uentlv." Death had no lor. I . uu. J31.i1.hum, rroprieior, lor to him. Huhadun unshaken taltli Inlho atnnemont of the Savior and his proml.c. Ills faith and hopo In Jesusus" Mio and the llle " was mi " anchor to his soul both sure and steadfast," and gave him ureal support In Ids allllctlons. From along and lnllmatu ecqualntnnco wtth him we can truly say that a ood man and u.seiul clllzen has been taken from us. Sorrow not, then, you whp mourn "iir those who havo no hopo " lorlf wehellovu that Josus died and rose ii,'aln, oven so them that sleep In Jesus will Ood bring with him. KIdor Osborne was a loving and devoted husband and lather. m23d&wlf Aberdeen, Ohio. Dissolution Notice! Tho llrtn of HONAN ,t CM FT, was dissolved by mutual consent March '."-', IHi'l. The boons of the laOllnn havo been placed In the hands of Hallee A Sallee, who nro authorized to Hottlu ull tho business ut the late linn. A, HONAN, ii!i.lmd&w. C. Ii- OLIFT. OPEEA HOUSE, THIS NIGHT ONLY. elilldien. TJie wile ol brother Jno. A. Hrooks, Ot Missouri, who died shortly after liwTnon A Vf innil 1ft Jniarriuge. also nnot her duughtei whodlod In IJiUnbuAY APRIL L ' HlJUn I n I (lib !- early womanhood, were membeis of the , 1 Church of Christ. Through his (mining and I example and the pious devotion of his Chris- ' i lit ii companion, incircuiuireu Ot the church In early llle. If the teaching example of the beloved patents, in their love and obedience to the Savior, shall lie followed by the sorrowing ones, a while I there will be n Joyous of par-I ent.s and children and all th " loved ones uo ne be lore." in theheavenlv Ii one of prom ise where there will bo fullnunsof Joy forever. ou the piomennde and another With a pistol " 11 leased aie the dead who die in the Lord pointed at turn. The wound was a little be- , liui ami anove tne ear. D i n't hear anv Ij.ist appearance of the Peerless Onnedloune, JSHKA produced with and eiiects. i Admission "Hj and 1 lor'.s. .HUD Supported by the sterling young actor, WJLL&AM LLOYD, and a superb company of metropolitan In the celebrated romantic play, FLORINEL, beautiful scenery, costumes h LTL "jc. Seats on sale at Tay- NICHOLS ! The Fine Bred Trotting Stallion, Will stand tho present season at A. I. Thorndalli Stock Kami, Mtuutvd one mile and a half smith ot May.sllek, on the Mny.svl Ie and exlngton turnpike, and will be peimltted to set vu mares at I'llleen to InMiren innie In foal, twenty to lusuie a living colt. DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE: M.N.IOK NICHOLS Is n beautiful hay If! hands high, small star in lorohead, heavy mane and tail, with black points. He will be six years old this spring. M AJOK NICHOLS, by Abdullah Mnnbilno. ho by Almoin, he by Alexander's Abdullah, iio by Hainbletonlon, ho by Abdullah, he by Menibrlno. ho by Imported Klrst diiin (Jueen. she 1)V Chirk Chlil. he by Meiiibiino Chief, he by Mem- lll'illO l'at llllltel' lie Mi.mlii'lmi liui nf IJ (0 ' liupoited Mevsemier. Second dam. Lotto: abtltii .., Joe Downing, he Kdwiu ho .., ...j ,.u...., Koresl, UU UJ Hay Keniuekv Hiinter.be by Kentucky Hunter, bo by Welkin's Vounsr Highlander. Third dam. Daughter; she by Hobert llruce, bv Clinton, by Sir ( hailes, by Sir Arehy, by D.iiuii'ile. Kourih dam, Ii.vd ; bv , Illicit Klk, he liv Doubleliead, he by Turplu'w ICellpse. lie li liiipoMid Dloinede. MAIOU NICHOLS has II crosses of Imported Messenger, anl is out ot n lull sister to i hlei. At the sumo time and place, 'he tlne.sp.iiush Jauii dOHN ANDTT t! ato liivurea llvliu'colt, John Andywas shed by I lie eeteinuted Jack, Mght Hawk, he ,11.1 t'onipiomisi1, Ji he n.v old I'omproinlse. ' "s- lulu Hawk lsout ot a ilnejeiuiut, hied bv 1'. It. (i num. of Clink county. ICy.. and isslx usual Oils spring. 15 hands two Inches H I', Apillti, ls(. I'.KItltY, H.D. aeslAvvtw WAlsOX. l'lojirletors. City Property For Sals. J' bilek on Mnilcet stieet. , 1 two story inlck op corner ot Third and Limestone, luini" an third street, I two vacant lots ou so itli siilenl Kouith stieet, , small bilek Iuumi ou i all, olle nlh , vacant I lot on Hie ulMliu II. J. POWKLL. Eata."bli3b.esL 2.SSE5. 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Is the Pest place to get haigaius In rHAVKJust received n handsoine .supply' Millinery tlood.s lor the Spi lug trade Ne ! DRY SPRING MILLINERY GOODS of ew styles oi lion nrts,TItts and JSevliwcar I'luiues. Zephyr.", In tact everithlng ui the latest styles, .nun ucauiiiui in iieiioiii i iiMt l lie ladles tn call and ex.uulno my slock and com pare pi Ices mllld&wlm LOU I'OWLINU. DAILY MARKET. Ueeclves every da Klvir, Lako and Salt-Wilier Gagk ZTJ9 .m Plumber, Gas and Steam Filter. Keeps constantly on hand Math Tubs. Wntor closets. Wash i stands, Force- ami Lift Pumps, Wioughtlioiinnd LemlPlou.UloboAugleand Check Viiives.Hieain and Water Oaiiges. Dealer In tho celebrated Caluinot brand of Sower apd Drain Pipe. Jobbing promptlj ntlended to and all work wiurantixl. Seeoudstieet. two J dooiH ubovo T, Wood's. ill'd3iii