CONTINUED THE REDUCTION SALE Whicli has "been in progress the last week Has Been a "Hummer" And will be continued irom day to day until stock is reduced, Come and See Us, SCHMITT&HEFFLEY SOME SURPRISES, Four Democrat* and two Republicans tlie Council. Hadlcr. Xonsley, and Bead Form the Police Board. Tulcj- Elected City Attorney for the Next two Year*. Cheney Succccdcn Oxnier a» City En- Clnecr. Hebcr Street Commissioner, Bocrgor Clilet'of-FIre Department, O'Neal Janitor and Belirj-ns and Polt Hcxtoiis He-elected. \ I A iMVELING MEN, Please Take Notice! " 1 7:1 have Secured a Choice Line of Gray Mixtures for Business Suits Just tlie Thins for the Road. Call and Examine Them. Respectfully, JACdB HERZ. >v FOB ALL THE LATEST SYLES SP RING SUITINGS CALL ON Harry G. Tucker, THE PEARL ST. TAILOR. W. J. HUGHES & SONS CO. Si, fe ; ^J:iSiSil^iisrll^SI%llils|Sfe: ;a . ^ i:!:H: : ™:a^i-!j^::T::^::L™^==:::d!^^:~3^::^ES:s•!:;::;::i:::;:::^~"::I:!^^ "[-—L::^^^.....-:::--:^::^^.:...,..-...,.........,...,..-^,,-,..--;:'':.^.....................-........-.! WHOLESALE DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, LUMBER. N. W. Cor. Fourteeutn and Maple Sts. LOTJSVILLE, KY. ;Mentlon For the Next Four Weeks I will sell you an elegant suit for OO CASH. I do this to make room for, the finest line of Spring Goods ever brought to this city lie Tailor, 9 323 Pearl Street Dally Journal THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 14. Try J. B. L. Catarrh Cure. eod&cr Don't forget the band concert on the evening of the 19th inst. ; Miss Lizzie Kuger, of Lafayette, is the gueot of friends in this city. Miss Norma Hull has returned from a visit with friends at Frankfort. The Star cigar is a strict Union cigar, manufactured by C. J. Hiide-- >ranit. , t J£rs: James Johnson, of Indianapolis, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Daniel Taggart, of 1120 Market street. County Superintendant aad Mrs. H. A. Searight departed yesterday for Louisville, Ky., on a short visit. Mrs. Samuel Sharpe and Miss Mary Williamson departed yesterday for Carlisle, Pa., on a visit to relatives. Cards are out announcing the marriage of Mr. Frank Albert and Miss Barbara Weidner, at St. Joseph's church, Tuesday, May 19. See the new sattines now at the Trade Palace in new tinted figures oh black new wash goods, new embroideries, new hemstitch mulls and lawns. Mr. W. F. Heikes, a prominent nusery man of Huntsville, Alabama, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. J. M, Justice, of North street,' the last two days. The marriage of Mr. Joseph Mattes and Miss Anna Bremen is announced to take place on next Thursday oven- ing at the residence of the groom, on the West Side. Miss Ella Bryer left on the noon train yesterday for Hamilton, Ohio, expecting to spend the summer there ,mong relatives while filling a position in that Ticinity. The funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bligh, will take place this morning at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph Catholic Church, services by Rev. Father Koehne. The funeral of Mrs. Keister, the unfortunate woman who met so tragic a death on Saturday, was held yesterday afternoon. The remains were interred in the Potter's field. Lafayette Courier; Mrs. John Gleason and Mrs. Mark Miller, of Logansport and Mrs. P.' G. Hameyer, of Chicago, are here to attend twe funeral of their sister, the late Mrs. John Brennen. Last evening at the residence of the bride's mother on the West Side, Rev. Davis officiating, Miss Pearl Hoffman was united in marriage to Bert-E. Wright, the Tandalia fireman. Many well wishes attend their union. The Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor of the Christian church will give a social at the residence of J. F. Heineberger, 1106 High street next Tuesday evening. Refreshments will be served and a good time is assured all who attend. Mrs. Cathtrine A. Watson, an aged • and respected resident of Clinton township died at h«r home near Clymers Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, aged 78 years. The funeral will be held from her late residence'at 10 o'clock this moreing. ' Marion Leader: Miss Lulu Cobleigh, oaaofthe teachers in the city high .schools, having been.- taken quite ill this morning, school In her room, was dismissed during .the forenoon. A substitute teacher was procured later; and school was resumed in her department after dinner.. •'Billie" Faulkner, the Chicago Inter Ocean's hustling agent, is in the city awakening the echoes with his stentorian voice crying the Ocean. "Billie" and hi» foy horn voice are known from ocean to ocean,' and from the gulf to the lakes, and he is universally known to "get there." He will leave to-day at noon. T R Y BEEF, WINE and IRON, As a Tonic. Sold by H. C P U R C E L L, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. The Council Chamber was crowded last evening with an interested lot of spectators who had gathered together to watch the proceedings of the ne w council. The first meeting is usually the time when those who seek to serve the city officially are given a hearing- arid unusual interest was manifested. The Democratic members had had no caucus and some of the shrewd politicians expected some surprises on that account and they were not disappointed. After Mayor Read had made a short inaugural address a motion to adjourn was made and defeated. Those Toting for adjournment were Wade, Dolan, Drompp,' and Gleitz. Those opposed to it were Tousley, Hadley, Berry, Boyer, Beam and Peters, four Democrats and two Republicans. This was a test vote and indicated that the six members knew what they were doing. It was ordered that the election of the various officers to be selected by the council be proceeded with and nominations were declared in order for City Attorney. M. D. Pansier, the present official and T. J. Tuley were -placed in nomination. The ballots showed six for Tuley and four for Fansler. For Surveyor Walter Osmer and George Cheney were named, two votes resulted in a tie. The third stood six for Cheney, four for Osmer. Street Commissioner Heber received only three votes on the first ballot but succeeded in getting six 'after other candidates had been retired. Chief Boerger, Janitor O'Neil and Sextons Behrens and Poit were also re-elected. When the question of a Police Board came up Mr. Tousley and Mr. Wade were placed in nomination for one of the positions. Mr. Tousley received six votes, Mr. Wade four. For the other position Mr. Hadley and Mr. Wade were named and the vote resulted in a tie. The second ballot gave. Hadley six and Wade four. Mayor Read reported his committees and they being unsatisfactory to some of the members the matter was referred back with a request for suggested changes. The Council then adjourned. No one failed to see the drift of the proceedings, that four democrats had deter- mind to have city affairs conducted in a manner that would meet public approval. Th« two republicans were known to favor a strict enforcement of the law and rigid economy in. city affairs and thus the city government and the new council has been organized. The defeat of Osmer ana Fansler came from their lack of harmony in ideas of good government with that of the majority of the council. The placing of Hadley on ihe police board was an act which democratic councils everywhere consider proper and fair. It gives a minority representation on the board which has two democrats upon it. The democratic four who voted last evening to bring about a different government have nothing to be ashamed of as democrats and much to be proud of as citizens. The result was bound to come and the republican members last eveaias; in aiding in it sacrificed political advantage for the public good for it was only a question of time when a complete republican victory would have effected a change of policy. _ Simply a Horrible Example. Rochester Republican: The funeral services over the remains of Charles Mitchell, who shuffled off» the mortal coil in the Fultoa county jail yesterday, in preference to spending a yeai in the State's prison at Michigan City will occur at the residence of his mother in Iceberg to-morruw at ten o'clock, and interment at Old Citizens cemetery. Charley was constitution ally opposed to earning his bread in the sweat of his brow, and not possess ing the qualifications necessary to ob tain a livelihood by an exhi bitien of culture or' genus hi was compelled - : to follow, the in stincts of his nature and play the role of » rogue, which -resulted in disgrace, and finally, in death. So fa as we know he did not possess a redeeming feature, and if he served anj good purpose in thii life it was as a warning to all those who are tending toward a similar fate. He leaves a kindly mother, a sympathizing wif and other relatives, who with heart bowed down, mourn his disgracefu demise and the unprofitable career o one Of whom they had reason to hop for better things. Trustee Ernsperger will pay the expense of, the funera" out of the township treasury. Broad Toe, FlatBottOm Comfortable Shoes. WALKER &RAUCH, 42O Broadway. See our low goods. THCORIGINAI.AND.GENUINE. tor C/iicl,atcr'i .BnjH»» Dionoad Brand ill lied H»J C°I4 neulllo 10,000 T™ Bald kj mil Lucid JKsafmU. The Rival Cabinet Letter File. $1,50, For Each GaMnet Filing Tray. A12-File Cabinet $18 Call and See Them, at Wilson, Humphreys & Co. No Bargains At McCaffrey's By that we mean no goods specially cut for advertising purposes, we have no prices That are not Gut Prices As measured by others; but those prices never fluctuate, except,, as the market changes. You can depend on our prices as you can on .pur -qualities. There are no special prices for special days. The hundreds of prices that we advertise are for every day and all of our other'prices are like.them:,, G LA S S WARE. When the time when you can buy glass wear cheapest, and find the mpst kinds to select from, comes just at the time you need:most-pf it,, doesn't that seem the time to buy it? We've all the Pretty Styles In all the things you want in this line. ' Water Sets;.' Glass.^Seta, 'Water Pitchers. Sugar Sifters. Tumblers. And whatever else you want in glassware. F R E E Z E R S, From two quart to six quart—form sizes and form prices. They are the Model Freezers; yotflttike them—and our -prices.. ..,, -.j.v ,..•• M. McCaffery &,Co.
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