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THE JAipOBB I AND CHIFFONIER
are very useful articles particularly
i liBihouses where the builder has been
i i i tijiggaied of clothes closets
O ftock of Furniture
would be Incomplete without a line of
theSe aYtidles A handsome assort
mentis shown in a variety of styles
and several different kinds of well
seasoned woods
All are of graceful design well
made and strong i
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The OLD REUADLE
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Salesrooms 114116 S Third Street Phone 72
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Goo d meals Glenn beds Everything new
and neat Call and inspect ny place
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INBWS
JTJSWS OF
THE RI hERS
Observations taken at 7 L1II Hirer
n1 on the gauge a fall of 01 In last
31 boon Wind wrath a light breeze
Weather cloudy and warmer Rain
fall in last 34 hours 008 Inches Tem
p ratue 86 Pell Observer
The Thomas Parker li due from
Cumberland river
The Bonanza li due today from Cin
cinnati to Memphis
The Clyde will leave at 8 oclock to
night for Tennessee river
The Bowel li due out of the Ten
nouoe within a few days
The Inverness went into Con ber
land river yettcriay alter ties
The Victor hoi come up from Joppa
and will go out shortly after ties
The Pavonla and Dnffey are one
Saturday out of tho Cumberland river
The Russell Lord It laying up at
Mound City waiting for empty barges
The Bottorff li doe tomorrow from
Nashville and will leave upon her ar
rival for OlaikiTllle
The Kenton basin tow six Urges
and has hat reached Vicksburg Miss
she li duo here in about two weeks
Mr L P Holland the chief Inirwo
tor of the Ayer Lord Tie Co went
tc Carbondale last night on business
Tho New South ii en route to New
Orleans from Cincinnati but no reports
as to when she will past Paducah hare
been received reperI I
The Hopkins It today EraniTllle
packet but will not be In before dart
It Is thought She was delayed by the
early fog = I
Among the items of freight aboard
the Bonanza was a new cylinder for
the towboat Wash Honiboll lying at
Cairo which wn made by the Friable
Engine works at Cincinnati
The Henrietta did not get away yes
terday ai intended on accent of re
pairs to a defective pipe but will leave 3
today for Nashville on her Initial tripe
in the Cumberland river tradeI
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The Dick Fowler was delayed tallc
night and did not arrive from Cairo I
until early noon The early fog ar
delayed all boats and many bad to tie
up and await the lifting of the fog be I
fore resuming their trips t
BLOODSHED AT DYERSBURQ I
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PROMINENT CITIZEN COME TO t
BLOWS WHILE DISCUSSING 1
THE ADAMS BILL S
Dyenburg Tun Jan lBOA meoe
ing of the antiSaloon League bold
last night for the purpose of bringing II
this city within the benefits of the
Adam bill had almost a tragic end
ing W O Bracdon who favors the e
bill and KM King a prominent citi
zen were diicniiing Ibo measure
when King called Brandon o liar The i
latter struck King and both drew their
knives When separated by bystander
it was found that King hat sustained
a wound In the bruit though hula l c
not seriously wounded is
HAND SHOT OFFt I
TERRIBLE ACCIDENT WHICB t
BEFEL YOUNG IAN THIS
laIOKNINGI I
Charles Nalla young man llTibj b
about two miles from Oalvert City
Marshall county had a hand hot oil
this morning early while hunting 11c
ii not known bow the accident ocean C
ed but III li supposes the gun went off
while ho was cllmbica fence
At last account he was retting C
well He ii about 20 years old andr
well known in that section
TO ARGUE CASES
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STEAMBOAT TAX SUITS TO BE I
ARGUED AT FHANKFOitT
Judge James Campbell and Attor
ney Frank Lucas left for Frankfort at
noon today to argue franchise tax
oases
oasesThe state board of tax valuation hat
let a tax on the franchises of the By
man Ohio and Tennessee River Pack t
et company and the St Loan Ten I
nessee River Packet company Judge 4
Campbell represents the defendant
and will be followed by Attorney E W 4
Bagby tomorrow Mr Lucas will I
peak for the state I
FOR RIVER IMPROVEMENT I
ETantTllle Ind Jan 8P B
Potey of Evansville will submit BP pe I
tition to the Indiana legislature ask
Ing indoriement of the plan to secure I
the nine foot stage of water in the I
Ohio river The question la now be
fore congress j 5 >
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Theatrical Notss
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MIM Lillian Lnncaitcra canyj l
friends will be pirated to know that I I
she has recovered from her illness and I
rejoined the Manic Man company 41 I
During her illness the manager wife
took her place
The Strollers which was a hot
weather favorite in Yew York hut
year running ai It did through the i 1
entire summer at the Knickerbocker
theater a test for any play and which I
afterward appeared in the principal
clllei throughout the country will ap
pear at The Kentucky Monday night
aplpear apl
richly and freshly caparliectd In a new
conic dreg and elaborate costumes
It ii the vehicle that Nina A Zim
merman have selected for the me of
Zimi i
the Marguerite SJT Opera company
This season The music throughout
the play li tuneful and rarlodiome rf
the prettied numbers being Little
Dally Pipe Dream flirtation
Song Automobile Chorus Baby i 1
Mine The Dream Book The
chore la particularly effective abd
well drilled the scenery and costume
new and artistic
In discoursing upon the naUralneu
f Mrs LeMoynei acting a leading
dramatic critic recently laid Mn
LeMoynei impersonation of tie role
is probably the mod notable Illustra I
tion of true realism ai distinguished
from theatrical realum in histrionic
art that the American stage affords
She is 1 a great histrionic artist That
110 sty she bu brain and hunrt in
sight and sympathy that enable her
to fully comprehend the meaning of
the part she li to Interpret Add to
this that she ii an accomplished elo
ontlonlit an accomplished pontomlm
Ut an acccmplUhed actor with every
initrumont of eipreulon than > nature
has given hero trained that it ii in
stumpy and exactly responsive to her
will The consequence li thatuhe li I
oompleto mistress of the dlHtnlt and
complex art of teeming to be nataril
on the age and incccedi in prodao 1
ing by purely artificial means that
complete and undisturbed illusion of
reality that ii the highest possible
achievement in the way of realism
of histrionic art She ii booked to
appear in this city at The Kentucky
theater on Friday evening January
SO I
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OFFICIAL RATE LOWERED
PHILIPPINE COMMISSION IIA8J
TO MEET DECLINE IN
VALUE OF EttVEB
Manila Jan 7The decline io >
the value of silver h u forced the Phil
ippine government to lower the olH
cial rate The new ratio U 301 all
ver for 11 goldthi lowest official rate
ever declared It represents a heavy
loss to the Insular treasury and the
commercial houma fear that farther
declines will exult U coraowrclnl
disaster The report that the pontes
of congress disagree on the currency
question han bad o > disquieting effect
hero
MrOlatence Wymin of Fort Worth
Tex Ii J here visiting his aunt Mrs E
E Lynn ou West Broadway
It
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Ties
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Tjfaa > stsjthe whole story in a
nutshell We bought all the
makers had left You profit
by our purchase Theyre
mostly FourinHands a few J
Puffs and Techs Theyre all
silk bright and new patternsf
Take our advice and buy all
you can afford Theyre worthI I
investing in
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Youll Find at RocksM
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For 1903 an uptodate assortment of
Ladies Childrens and Babies
FINE SHOES
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