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THE DAILY SUN
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THE WEEKLY SUN
li derolrd to tb tnitrnts of our country put
mm nd will t lt times be newnr nd en
tertaining while keeping I render po
en all imUtlcal aflulm and topic while It will
fca iv frtrlrxn anil tltelrnn exponent of the iloo
trine and teachings of the National Itepubll
an party
CORRESPONDENCE
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Taa HON will be tin Correspondence Depart
neat in which it hope ably to represent
tmtt locality within the llmua of Its circu
lation
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TUESDAY DEC 1 lHilfi
The lethargy that has fallen upon
tbo erstwhile Democrats is nppalling
They apparently do not know where
thsy aro at or which one of the
boys they are
The Inter Ocean suggests that
Mr Bryan be selected as attorney
for that proposed line of California
air ships Ho is certainly able to
raise a wind on small provocation
There is food for thought to the
farmer during these long winter even
ings in the story of IlannaBsyndi
cato to raise the -price of wheat for
election purposes especially lhat
- Ifirmer who believed the story and
sola his wheat on the first bulge
Ex Congkessman Owen Scott of
Bloomtneton III a hitherto promi
Mks Wagoner of Chicag will
present to Major McKinley the finest
span of horses in the stud left by her
deceased father General
lately
rence in
accordancc with lhe inten
tion of tho General had he lived
JCrenrTorrence had a number of the
finest hoiset in Chicago
The best evidence that Consul
General Leo nttended fairly well to
bis duties while in Havana is tho
fact tbat as we aro told be is not
appreciated in Spanish circles Tho
less Americanism he displayed the
nttjr he would stand in the
ron of these gentry
It is prohuble Carter II Hanibou
son of the late Mayor CartSf1 oi
niilpntro who was assassinated sonio
WM O
vears aco will become the nominee
of the Altgeld faction for Mayor at
V spring election He is a man of
considerable ability and is quite pop-
jlnr hut Chicago will never elect a
i o
eilvcrile to the mayoralty in the ap
proaching election
It is said that Peffer and hid whis
kers will not be likely to get baik lo
tha United States senate The holy
holy Populistic politicians
seem not to bo entirely uevoiu 01
ryersnnal ambition and some one
among the other aspirnuts isnbouUo
clip the festive Peffer s wings The
senator can very readily be spared
but li is not likely an abler man can
bo found among the Populistic
statcsninlets of Kansas
NoTiiixa Tennessee can do will
ul more to repel northern capital
an tho persistent defeat of
Jo will of her peope by
frauds upon the ballot ho
J 3er immense uatural resotuces neen
development They will uevcr be
developed without the aid of outsiue
V capital Every time she steals a1
election sho puts back the day of her
prosperity a full decade The same
ilf Ujaylifl Baid of Kentucky Ilerelcc
mE tious must be fair itndipure let
wr
what will
come
The losses to savings banks iu New
Hampshire upon loans made iu Kan
sas and other western states
7ate 1500000 This money comes
ilnly from tho workiug class who
largely siock uoiuers aim
ft5 viuks Is it a wouder
j rjn of tho East begin to
r Ibf tho West Tho
- jpudlato by paying in a
- I-
w
iH9th
vowT
j
cu rency their enisling
nlblted by these western
H not teud to a leslornttoti
confidence iu them
f the most important hits
roro congress o lar
nit i i i
rns me utistueai luiurtsts oi uiit
is the Nicaragua canal bill
iut interest to all sections
s cms tho Pauniua project
t
lntTHt
Bcetna to hnvo tnkcn nowjllfe and a
t iclgu country Is nbout t
mtrol n
except waterway between tlio great oceans
IBIMtlKHT
ilmsT
The opening ot tlio proposed ennui
will bo of rnsl advantage to our
Soutli Atnorlonn nutt Astatic trade
ami indcod to tlio trmlc botwtwn our
own cost and west const
A IHRLtMtKAnr convention of trade
I nntl niorofliilile organizations of tbe
I grcnt cities lms been called and meets
Mn Indianapolis today Its purpose
la to consider tnensurcs of currency
reform from tlio business standpoint
QtiiUut number of lnrgc cities will ba
rcprcscuiea nntl ninny 01 wo noiosi
business men oT tbo country will be
tliciu as delegates so tbat some sug
gestions valuable tocoiigtoss inAybo
expected 11 is a wise conception
and may prove of great value to tbe
cotiutiy
have beeu considered a few years
ago
The failures nud misfortunes
nent figure in Democratic politics I own Jo prediction of disaster as
has bought an interest in the
a Bepublican paper of Woom
ington and will continue to conduct
it as a Republic jfitjrgan
A connustOunKST of tlio Piston
Globe nrgues that tbo fact that
tlio innancctlc needle points to the
Northward hit1 cntes tlio existence of
a large deposit of luagtieilo ore and
believes large and powerful magnets
might bo used as the piopclliug force
for an air ship which would of course
no direct to the oo bed lie also
believes practicable die use of mag
uctisui for regular travel north nud
south with the air shipaud elucidates
plans and routes for the
Jion of tropical products to the
Northern markets in the course of a
few hours Tho scheme- is novel and
possibly vissionnry but no more so
than many things with which wo aro
now familiar in every day life would
with which to jirovjdu for tho
of
tlio Itepuhllcnu party have tifeiin
come uon it when it has ftiucd in
some measure to be true to the gtcnl
principles upon which it is founded
There must bo uo compromise on the
tariff High protection is demauded
bj the American people in the elec
tion of McKiuley Let it be passed
a quickly as possible after tho as
sembling of the new congress tnat
the people may not as they woe
in 1892 be f lightened out of gvleg
it a far trial If passed early the
succeeding three or foir years of
piospentv will civc the lo to
of-
feifaliva tho present indusLlid
icviirnl lias done to the dire pciv
tojsof the Hiyauilw If the Ruiib
llur ipaily is entirely true to ill
colors and stands boldly by prate
tqn in lue beginning it will prosper
VL wcok kuced policy will wotk ouly
trouble
Tub horseless carriage in the form
of the electric bus is now in actual
general use upon tho streets of Lon
don Tho perfecting of highly im
proved storage batteries gives hope
of being able to make these vehicles
profitable The battery used on
these omnibuses is much lighter than
formerly used and will it is said run
from 25 to 10 miles with a single
charging and at a rate of twelve
miles an hourV It is believed Iioises
will rapidly disappear from the
streets of Loudon and eventually of
other cities to the vast improvement
iu the condition of their slreeta and
iu the health of the inhabitants
eral
m
large compauies have been
formed in
various parts of England
for tho purpose of manufacturing
various forms of the carziage The
disposition however to place
hihitivo prices ou the carriages tends
iittlo to their general inttoduction If
they could be had at prices within
the rccch of the masses their general
introduction would be a matter of
but a very short time
THE AMERICAN WORKINGS AN
The census of 1800 show no less
than 855115 manufacturing estab
lishments in tlio United States furn
ishing employment to 1712022 per
sons who receive yearly wages
amounting to 82283 7111529 an
amount equal to more than one third
of the total capital invested which
is 86103307785 Moio than 20
000000 people or nearly one third
of the whole population is directly
dependent upon their earnings in
those factories for their daily sup
port
lhu averago earuings of each
I
man
about 80 25 por week or more than
150 for each wot king day in the
whole year This takes uo account
of the innumerable trtulesnion me
chanics artisans and pioftMsiomd
mou who gain a livelihood Ihiough
dealings witli thoo employus of ihu
factories Those taken into account
it is a reasonable estimate that nut
loss than haf our entile population
is dependent ou our manufautiitois
for a livelihood It should loudiJv
bo seen that ail thing that setiously
affects the income of this vast niiuy
of laboiing people must ut ojco be
felt iu every lino of businoas
Tho wagos inttl out weokly d tectJy
to theso people amounts to 13000
000 Suppose or lucumpltt ojo
factory in ten weto closed or nil fac
tories reduced thoir workiug force
ten per cent lids would moan a it
TWrttkjji lu the weokly payroll of fl
300000 Iu other words Iheie
TYOUIll OU QKillUUUU lObB lUHi t
ncecsnrlc nnd luxuries rfliferncb
weekj SIOHO dOU lm m m rnti
week to expend with i if tbt
1 J m tl vnr
urVKHttii limn if mmii v
dener the dalryiwan the mrpentr
tho lawyor Ui ijaJlH ami
preaelior Who n sobtlnd as nut to
see this
Now shhow by a reduction of tin
tariff wo oucourno the lHCtwiPl lui
poitntitm of foronn iiiihIo hwmIs to
the extent of 100000000 what
have we neoompllsliwtf Iar more
lo the injury of Inlwr tlmtthe super
ficial thlnkor would bo disposed to
ndmit
Of tlio cost of all mauufnetured
gootls on the average at least 76
por cent is the cost of tho labor that
enteis Into tlioir production at the
vJtwus stages from the rrtw material
lo tho fiTAid product If there
fore wo import Sei9fip00000 wortli
of foreign mndo goods wo dcprivc
A morion fnbor of 300000000 por
annum of wages
Would it be strrnje that depres
sion and pauiu shoittd follow such n
condition of things certninly not
and tho bslory of tho country hns
repeatedly shown that the reduction
of the tniiff is immediately followed
by increased imports ami this by
decreased prbdllclion of our own
fficloiios antl deoreaietl employment
of labor This is y uo means the
only evil that labor suffers by the
reduction of the tariff
Thoictlucod empoyinoul of labor
and its increased competition with
tbo cheap fo ogn labor resultsTifJn
reduction iu the wages paid thoJtT
still employed In obedcuco trtMluf
inexorable Iav of supply altl deiiuind
which always affects the price of any
commodity nad of nothing more
surely than labor The reduction iu
the wages of labor to any consider
able extent is usually followed by
every cls of labor l oabic and dis
till batice strikes and lockouts fol
low and thus is labor subjected to
still furthor losses
hat man is so blinded by
so wedletl to the Utopian the
ory of free trade as uot to be able to
sco the truth of this reasoohi
PERNICIOUS ACTIVITY
During
the
Campaign Till
Cause P Ms to Losq
Their Jobs
Charges Have llecn Preferred
if and Will Uo ActeJ ou in
100 Cases
Wahingfon Dec 1 Tho
NOT MifJAILV MAKKIKD
Hut After Thirty Veins Tlioy
come So
1 ho daily hi s thoiuosicat
in tho city 10 cents lwcek
Vk
dent yestorday appointetl Luko W
Morris postmaster at Mexico Mo
vice John W Mason removed
Thi summary action is tha oat
ctfme of numerous serious charges
which have Leon ou flic hero since
the political campaign closed Tiny
include pernicious activity iu polities
insulting tlio president antl making
nttaks upon him alleging neglect of
Ilea and other offenses He is a
believer in fico silver coinage and
the complaint set out that durinsr the
campaign he made himself obnoxious
by breaking up gatherings of the oi -
posite polilu al faith
In the neighborhood of a hundred
posioUkes arc Involved in charges of
pernicious activity iu politics ltow
Hied witlMpoitmastcrOencral Wilson
They incfude a number of big oflires
against whose heads serious accusa
tions are made
The policy of the postmaster gen
eral lias been to aet as leniently as
possible and make removals where
necessary and at cordingU till of the
charges save half a dozeu have so
far beon ignored though action on n
number of the others will shortly
follow
FOKCIIIL13 ENTRY
An Intcrlopc r Is Ordered Out of a
House
A case was tried late yesterday af
ternoon before Jtietiee Winchester of
forcible entry and detainer
According to tlio evidcuco one
Thomas Johnson took forcible pos
session of a house belonging to P 1J
McAdains and tho latter was at
tempting to legniu possession by due
piocoss of law although no thirty
days notice had been given Justice
Winchester decided in this instanco
lliut no notice was necessary unci
that McAdams could have ejected
Ins unauthorised toiiuut by manual
foice if ho hail seen lit to us he was
woman and child employed are a luuopur cntilled to no con-
Biiiuiiiiiiju jvuuiiiuy iHwniii iinrris
ropiiMentcd the plainliff and Josc
Moss tho dufuudant
He
Peter Willis and Iucy Hhodos
coloiod woio married lust night
The gioom iu 51 and tho bride 58
and tuey hud been miirilud under the
old common luw for thirty yonrs
itioy nave accumulated consilium
bio property and yoetirday found
that they woro not logully mnrried
and in order that their chtldtcn may
got the benolit of thcirpropcrty when
they tlio tlioy would have to bo legal
ly man ltd
AssIkuccb Stlc
Mens and lY clothing huts
cajw ami uniMiinJ goods miibica
Instruments gimuid pistols wi
ho cloeod out riWikdlo of cost
No lOtfS SucuAilXl Cohena stand
Ii20 tf J V iAiy zJlmW
tr
THE
nion Central Life k Co
OK CINCINNATI OHIO
Ooinmoiicod business iu 1867 This corupuny
has its assets more safely invested and
GUARANTEES bettor rosults to ita
icy holders tuan any other life
insurance
American Cleiiiiiin Hank Mil
HAS BEN IN TROUBLE BEFORE
There is a man who is a total
wreck both physically and morally
romarked Judge Sanders in the po
lice court this morning as ho criti
cally surveyed Chas Hammond a
young man who has graced tho pris
oners dock many a time before
His Honor proceeded to detail the
charge agaiust Hammond which was
of obtaining money by false pre
tenses
Charlie Craft a young friend of
Hammond testified that ho was at
thclattcrs homo last Sunday and
tlint Hammond asked permission to
key That aftornoon according to
Craft s story Hammond ajmin
wanted to pawn tho ovecoat and
was again denied the privilege finally
asking permission to wear it to Lil
lys grocery It was loaned to him
and he promised to return iu fifteen
minute hut did uot come hack aiiy
more
Craft found his coat at Frank Law
rences second hand store and ascer
tained that tho coat had been sold
for 50 cents When ho took the
coat tfiere Saturday uight he claimed
that it was Ins and became angry
because Lawrence expressed n doubt
in regain to Hammonds owning it
Tlio latter flaimed that he purccased
it from Wallerdtein Hros for 6G50
Hammond is thoroughly depraved
as can bo readily perceived by a
glance at his countenance Hon
E W llagby was appointed to de
fend him nud attempted to show
simply that his clients mental condi
tion was such that he didu t know
right from wrong
Mrs Hammond mother of the
prisoner was culled a ml said tnat tier
son had not been iu Ins right mind
for some time that for three weeks
he had been under the iullueuce of
Some kind of drug ami from Sunday
until last Friday did not cat a morsel
of anything She ascribed his con
dition to whiskey and morphine
J dgo Sanders said he would dis
miss tlio warrant ami remarked to
Capt Collins Youll have to bear
with Charlie a little longer
If I had my way replied tlio
marshal Id keep him iu the lockup
nbout thirty da s and gctsomoof the
whiskey out of him
Havent got any whisky in
J
P
ed
lhuh
mo
ret in ncd Hammond
Youve got something in you
asserted tho captain
I uint got nothing but fine mor
phine pills he replied
Hammond said hu wanted to work
and would give the inomy to his
wire all except some to liny mor
phino for himself
He was told to go and Judge
Sanders iu commenting ou the case
stated that Kentucky was away be
hind tho rest of tho world iu tho
matter of reform schools or asylums
of reform Hammond should bo
treated for a disease rather than
punished for u crime he said
Hammond has a wife and children
and is by occupation a printer Last
winter hu adoptod a lather ingenious
method of robbing houses tpiite re
markable fur a man who duos not
know tlio difference between rigli
ami wrong Ho black d up to rep
resent a colored man ami broke into
various houses finally being caught
Ho lomoined in Jail several month
and was finally ojtriuutod ou tho in
sanity dodge
If ho does not reform his career
cannot lust much longer
urfuiii
jir it inco aiHiyir
mo arc my ouiy uauion
soututivos sollcitingi f
fotogruu All ot
pHpoi represent my sttull
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light
claiming to
ntk iuinostcrs
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company
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YOU WANT-
Staple and Fancy Groceries
MORPHINE EATER AND DRUNKARD
Wax Llinrgeil With Utitiiiiiing
Money Ity Fulsc Irctonsos
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Fresh Meats of Al Kinds
New Canned Goods
New Crop Molasses etc
Homo Mndo Lard a Specialty
A WRECK
Clias Hammond Not Fit to Bo
v Punished
Cor Mli and Trimble Sts
A LONG SWIM
laoidont In tho Llfo of tlio Lnta
Gov BubsoU of Mnssachuaotts
Vfrerkett Fire Mllrn from Shore lie antl
Bo air College Companion Hat a
Very Narrow Karape from
Drowning
Chief nmotip tho characteristic din
tlngulshincr William E Russell iu his
early layi wns Indomitable pluck that
stamped him Tcry early its a man likely
to succeed In nnytliiup which he un
dertook Kxaruplcs ot tills combination
of courage and perseverance w ere abun
dant In his nthletlc exierlciice ut
Ilorrord nnd In one or two luatancen
of his cAtvcr which made him very
famous Indeed throughout the universi
ty In Ids native city
One of these was his conduct in n fa
mous raco of cIors crews lit 1876 Hus
eells bont was beaten by half a length
nnd he himself had to receive the atten
tion of friends after the contest lie
showed In this race on amount of de
termination nnd enduranco which not
even his mostenthutlnstle admirers hail
attributed to him Another Instance of
courage nnd grit was furnished In on
accident In which he came near losing
his life
In the Aumtner of 1870 he went down
to XantucKot to pasa a few weeks on
the water Ho had three friends with
him and the fmir young men were to
all a nloop that had been floated for
the first time that ytnr
On a jKjtinlly morning the craft was
overhauled nnl tho young fellows de
cided to mtike it short trip in her There
were two 6trungers at Xnutiiolcct
pawn the ovcrcont which Craft woreirJPunfmn of nbout lhq nffc ft
ThoLter reiuspd but gayo him a agir
dime with which ho purchased cnt out m cofjinei
The eca ran high and the wind blew
sharply ond about five miles from the
eboro the little sloop was mpslzed The
wind struck her no that she filled very
rapidly and Immediately sank
The only thing that came to the sur
face was a long oar and by the uwin
imoua consent of the four students this
was pUtced i tho disposal of the two
who had been Invited out to ball
The situation win rationally dis
cussed and it was decided that an at
tempt should be mndo to reach Coutue
bonis a point that wn farther away
than the shore they hod loft but toward
w hich the tide was running ami the
wind blew Iiussell and one of his col
lege mates led the others onT
The swim before them was a long
six miles and with tho henry sea that
was on and the wind that woe blow
ing It meant at least three hours In tin-
water
On shore the fishermen and their
families were sitting down to dinner
when tho accident occurred all but
one This mans wlfo had been delayed
In the preparation of the noonday meal
nnd during tho wait ho ought to kill
time by sweeping the sea with his gla ss
Thus it wxm that he uw n white sal
glisten in the sunlight nnd disappear
lie didnt know what had happened
but he was convinced something was
wrong
He got Into n dory and made for the
spot whore bo had seen tho sail lcailng
word that others should follow him
Tho two young men that held tho
oar kept oflont but for a few minutes
while the others were battling for the
snore It was evident that tho oat
would longer support only one and the
elder of tho twoaangout Well good
by old man this oar wont hold u
both and you con have my chance
Then he sank and was drowned
When the fishermen reached the vi
cinity of tho accident he found the sur
vhing young man In the water uncon
scious with his arm wound tightly
round the wooden sweep
Tho fisherman miw some distance
ahead when he looked up a whltoball
Donning up and down This wns one of
the collesrlans and he was discover
by the whJto handkerchief that he wore
about his head When ho waa nulled
Into the boat he pasped faintly My
brother and sank In a dtnd faint tb
tho bottom of the dory These two
words told tho fishermen that there
wns at least another person ahead Bo
that when the loat of fishermen who
hud followed tho first don was seen
behind they wens signaled to o ahead
n quickly as possible and look for more
Kwlmmere This they did und picked
up the brother who fold them that Hub
poll and his companion were still In tho
water When IIukm II who was jet n
lonp May from land turned about to
catch nlffht of his companions who hu
nippocd were follow Intf ho saw a sail
comloff down llko a tiling of llfo with
the w hid ond tide and he knew ho and
Jils friends were saved
Russell had been hwlmnilng exactly
an hour nnd twenty minutes Iloston
fllobe
lhero is nothing old about Dr
IIcIIh Pino Tar Honoy Hellablcfl
old tlmo rcniedies are used in ito
uuiiiufueturu but Dr Hells Pius
lur Honey scientifically combine
new and valuable medical auuncles
tlio treatment of all lung and bron
chial choughs unheard of until Its in
troduction It always euros tpilckly
cougns Uius una grip it strength
utis weak lungs uud relieves con
cuijitiou
r
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IA GREAT
CLEARING SALE
Closing
been so larg
vantage of
stocked who
Out to Quit lltisincss
Hxcoptloiinl IturuiiliiM Iu Mory
tDfpurtiiHMit TliroiiKlioiit
tlio Htock
Wo Can Glvo Only a Few Items He
low to Indicnto the Special Values
Single and spill zephyrs nt 2 S o
Good scliuln in all colors at Co
Good soft finished cambric nt lu
Good Canton tlannel nt I So
Kxtra good canton llnunel nt 7 ots
Hurkeleys 3Gln cambric 8c
Hope Fruit Pick of tho Crop and
Ijotidsdalo at prices to close
10 4 bleach sheets neatly bound
at 35c
10 1 bleach sheet neatly bound
extra good -I He
30 by 12 in Pillow Slips extra
quality 8 cts
Ten iiuarlor wlilto honey comb
tpjilts at Mh wortli lfc
Ladies Jersey ribbed vests at lc
Ladies all wool medicated vests
and pants die
Mens and boyunlaundricd shirts
bought to sell at 50 cents closing
price M cents
Serpentine Crepe in light blue
pink scarlet rieldl green emerald
and Old Rose at Cc
Nearly every color iu cheese cloth
at 34c
Our dress goods Bales have been
wonderful for the past few weeks It
is your misfortune if you tio not reap
any oi tlio benefits of this great re
duction sale
Capes and Jackets
Tako any wrap in tho department
at cost What more would you ask
Model Form Corsets
Our Immense stink of Model Form
Corsets will go on sale this week at
manufacturers prices Tins is a
great opportunity lo buy lhe best cor
set on earth for much e s than it is
worth Dont wait until thesizes are
all broken Come early ami
317 Hmadway
KIIWWWW1
AT OGPIES
THE UNEXPECTED
HAS HAPPENED
shortirjr a ft of
what it i
show youy
B
G R
Price 15cts
for 25eU
KnttKIu
oiyl
We liava known for a long tit
NEW DRESS PATTERNS
per piece or
Ladies Mackintoshes
No ono Is Justifid in going out in
bad weather and getting wet when wo
aro selling hdics gossamers at 75o
and mackintoshes at 150 and 195
OgWCo
Ajjciits for ilutrcriik rattorns
129 South Third Street
U
k
me
that iv e had tho Inrgest Dress Goods
uu3iiit ss iu 1 in- iny mil nu iiiu mil
expect four weeks ago that wo would
bo buying njw dress goods at this
season but itir sales iu this line have
that wo have Uken ad-
in olier from an over-
esole house aro now
at prices thin we paid for simi
lar goods cai lier in the f eason Pat
terns that wi uld have d at 10 to
15 arc now
offered at lo SO
IjOAS
Is it a piu ih cape pr a cloth jacket
If ott havent umdoy up your mind
about a new L loak drop in and look
at curs If ou wfeh a sw II coat
wo have tlio Cry thing If you wish
a quiet lookii g one better wo have it
too with the medium sty es between
Jackets fn nt 3 to S O
Capes fron S ito to lf
Blankets am Bed Comforts
Ilavo a warm cosy sound dont
thci Theso frftsty nights naturally
suggest such itAiclts We have bin
stacks of thciy which will movo with
these prices ailachcd to them
1 1 4 Itanktts in white or
08c
12 I Wan its in tan at fl 15
11 I California 11 ankets sulci did
value ut J lifl
Heavy ciliio Comforts nt 1 00
Silkuliua C mforts at 6175
HANDKERCHIEFS
If you want an extra value at 5 or
10 or JScjls tike a look at ours Wo
have better dues too got them as
nign as iia gi 75 each
WIT
CLOTrJ
grey
Dry
265
RYE
BOURBOH1
v tt ydu itvor use it Do vou know t i rt
If not slip in and let us 1 1 till J eS Oil
Finest an L
310 BROabWAY
Now Full Stvlos up to
aato Soo our now Fronoh
cult Trilv to9 only
SB 3
All Sizes All Widths from O to E
Mens Ladies and Childrens
Shoes Exclusively
LATKST STYLUS POPULAR 1ltlCKS ls
Mens Shoes 2 to 5
ALL NEW GOODS
Trilby Orient and Razor Toes
W R KOLiliEY
MAHlTACTlltKII Or
TMC CELEBRATED-
Fumar Turn Verein Go Q Jap and Midget Havana
CIGftKS
Strictly Havana filler HAND MADE
1 am carrying the largest and most select stock of Imiiortcd and Do
mastic pics in the City
GOLD BUG and IB TO I Silver Mounted Pipes are Beauties
Tho latter aro Novelties Have also an Immense lot of Chewing and
Smoking Tobaccos
It will pay you to call nnd cxamino my entire stock
a A KOLLEY
1
Cornr Second tad
Ilroftdwkjr
Stark Distilling Co
OF TIIK
CELEBRATED
Frendale Bourbon and Jt
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d St
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9 AWHgftw I I nH nn
mru tamo
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NOW 1AE ARE
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misses cm
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neighbor antl everybody else
tor your money
Opposite Langs Drug Store
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We nlso dutill and sell tho best Sour Miih nn
whiskey lu tho state Mall orders given special
attention Jugs Hoxcs ami Ixittles furnished
free No IL0 Soutli Second Street
FRED KAMLEITEB
Staple and Fancy GROCERIES
Produce Provisions
-I TOBACCO CIGARS
HHY CORN
SHIPSTUFF BRAN OATS FLOUR
437-439-441 S Thir
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ETC
PADUCAH KY
and Gentlemens
ftURftNT
nt Place
ythingFirst class
ETZELS BUFFET
KLL FOR
Kip ley
if the battle Is
u muo lotiguiuio goon ngut over and the
victory wot now for TKUtJHKSS PimSPKiMTV
nnd PKAQiv Coincjrlown to linsin mi nnn
Fine Shoes
Mehs Shoei
m mm m
oes Unildre
and Mens
Furnishing Goods
bles Prayer Books c
We want the atronago as well as good wishes of everv friend nnd
Honest value and squaro dealing guaranteed
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Qsadaoes -
JOHN J DORIAN
J05 UIIOADWAY
DAVIS PADUCAH CYCLE WORKS
AOIJXT
FOR
TriumWl
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Front
Bank
FURNACES
TIN SLATE m IRON ROOFER
and 126 128 North Fifth Street
Neaij PaljiiTHousic
DK1LKUS IN
HiehwCrrade Bicyolea
and Sftcvcle Sundrin
Agent for Odell Typewriter Price 52000 Suitable for Wlnhtcw
Don
tors Lawyers Teachers nntl m reach of nil
The Duly Kxcluslvo Hleyclo House in the City Prom i
to December 1 Is the IIK8T SEASON for UIDlNtl w V inl I
call and see UUK WUKKL8 tuid get llottom Prices 0 same y l
J It rUltYEAIt Manager
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