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J. D. Bacon & Co.
Proscriptions ffllod at alliiour8.
Night Hell I
' nldo of door. v '
Is tho day for now Spring clothes.
No man slioiild let taster pass
without Riving an order to his
tailor. If yon want to bo sure to
receive vour clothes in timo, to
got tho latest patterns,tylo and
perfect Jit, you should visit my
W. J. Dfcke,
Fine Ilnrsu Unfiled Off.
Joe Smith rallied off his line blooded
mare Saturday aud the number
securing the prize was 14ll, and wa3
held by Mr. V. L. Thompson, the
popular Broadway tailor.
Owiug to tho inability of Mr. Wilson
to be present this evening the
bookkeeping class will meet Tuesday
night at Young Men's Christian
Broke Up the Htiggy.
A fractious horse driven by Jake
Oehlschlacger kicked a buggy to
pieces at Island creek bridge about
noon today. Oehlschlagcr's hand
was injured in his attempts to conquer
County Graveyard Cut Off.
The county graveyard is
on account of high water, and a
local undertaker has been compelled
n lictner it j a stubborn coal or
just a snilllc, you i&a cure it for
good with Dr.
This family remedy- taken in time
will stop the progress of in.)-
tion and bring the! color of h nliti to
the pallid cheek. SohTby
& Walker, Fifth and ltrnduy.
ThcSutfis receiving letter fion
paper manufacturers all over t m
United States wanting to fni iili
material for our bi' job of 750,000
pamphlets. This is conclusive evidence
that enterprise and push will
reach to the furthermost ends of the
land and that advertising pays.
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That 26c tnolaj3eJ at D
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Save tiuic jindtroublo by buying
your oil.and gasolino from JSxans,
tho Taqk wagon mdif? la5
Privileges for' Sale.
The Paducali Baseball iVssocialion
will on Aprill 10, J897, let the fol
Itefresment ctand and Cigars.
Bids will bij received by the undersigned
up to, 10 a. m., April 10,
1897. Security must be given by ail
Bids will ' bo considered for the
season of jl897, Or at a certain
amount per game for tho season of
1897. A. C. EiNsrKix,
President Paducali' Baseball Association,
219 N.iml St. 5a2
U. O. (J. C. Notice.
Every member of Banner Com-
mandery, U. O. G. C. No. 590, is
notified to meet nt their hall
tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at 2
o'clock to attend the funeral of sister
Elizabeth Downs. All members
of Hope and Mechanicsburg
are respectfully invited to
meet with us.
Jas. A. Fosrpit, V. N. C.
Gus E. Hank, K. of K.
New Timo Card.
Yesterday at noon a new time card
went into effect over tho Illinois Central,
affecting the night passenger
trains. No. 201, from Memphis,
now arrives at 1 :20 a. in. instead of
1:09, ts formerly, and No. 203,
from Louisville, arrives at 1 :52 a. m.
instead of 1 :57.
Purify Yqdr Blood
It 1m not a patent mldlclnc He mukos
no secret of ltd foriuuU. It Is made
from tne JoIIohIdh' well known reme
stllllunu ((jiieeu'J Uellk'lit)
Sod nn i
Licorice Hoot -
Ak rour rurally doctor if It U not u
Sold only nt
J. D. Bacon & Co.
Can prepare your family or privnto
roolpci, from n linltnont to a corn
euro, anil do it right.
Mr J. CJ. Cliureaiiiau is in the
Marcus 11. Toncy, of Nashville, is
at the Palmer.
A. I). riillHps, of Murray, was in
the e,t yesterday.
K. 11. lloycc, of Princeton, U at
the New Hichinoml.
J. V. Wooslcy, of Union City, was
at the Palmer yesterday.
Hon. Gus Thomas, of Maylield
was In tie city today.
Mrs. Q Q Qulgley has returned
from a visit to Dawson.
Miss Emma Acker is iuitc 111 nt
her home, 1212 Jackson street.
Mr. U. Cox and wife left at noon
fur Cayce, Ky., ou a visit to relatives.
Mr3. Clias. Urower aud children
left at uoou for Maylield on a visit to
Percy Paxtou left nt noon in the
int r.'st of Dr. Hell's Pine Tar
Miss K. Trccant rtttirned this
morning from a trip down the Illinois
C. K. Dcnhain, of St. Louis,
lllankey llros., coffee, is at the
C. V. Ezcllc aud I'olk Crawford,
of Maylield, were at the New
Miss Mamie Middleton left today
for her home in Hopkinsvllle, after a
tint to Mr. J. V. Uaker ami family.
Judge Hullitt, of Frankfort, who
has been visiting here for several
dnys,wcnt up to Frankfort this morning.
Mr. Frank Shutt, of tho Equitable
Life Assurauco Compauy, leaves this
afiernoon for a trip through his territory
in the Purchase.
Mr. I. C. Gore returned yesterday
from St. LouN, where he has been
attending Barnes' Medical College.
Ho will spend a vacation lasting until
E. E. Davis, of the College of
to keep a pauper corpse over a week, ruyicians ami surgeons, ot. i.ouis,
on this account. passed through the city yesterduy en
I rnllfn fn lita hnmn in 1 nMntnrlnlf
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Graves count', to spend a
'THE FA&T MAIL."
Judge John D. Barr, U. S. Mar
shal Blackburn and other U. S. court
olllcers arrived last night from
and Attorney Will Smith came
up from Maylield this morning.
Mrs. A. Klein, of the city, today
received the sad announcement of the
death o! her sister, Mrs. Kahu, at
Memphis. The deceased wa3 75
years of age, and an aunt of Messrs.
Iscdore and I.Klein.
At Morton's Opera House
Wednesday evening nt Morton's
opera house Lincoln J. Carter's
scenic melodrama, "Tho Fast Mail,"
will bo the attraction.
As its name indicates, it deals
largely with the railroad in its incidents,
but it" presents an abundance
of effects that are darjng in their
magnitude and admirable in their ex
ecution. The steamboat is said to
be a wonder of clever conception and
masterly mechaniual work, and the
railroad scene, with its trains going
at a terrific rate of speed, makes the
stage seem like a piece of reality.
The Niagara Falls scene is wonder-full'
beautiful, and it may safely be
said is more elaborate than anything
of the kind ever boforo nttempted.
There nro a multitude of minor ef
fects that contribute to make the
performance a revelation of realism.
The whistles, boils and splashing arc
heard as tho boat leaves the wharf.
Tho sounds that tell us of an approaching
train herald the approach
of the freight and the fast mail train
the latter rushing by with people
gazing from the window at tho heroine,
who has just saved her lover's
life by fastening a letter to the mail
pouch. Tho roaring of Niagara
Falls is heard and tliu mist that rises
from it is shown vividly.
I'adiicah Street Hallway .Motor-men
Now Wearing Tliom.
Yesterday ail the motormen and
conductors ou the l'uducah street
railway made their debut in new navy
blue uniforms, witli regulation caps
to match. They attracted quite a
great deal of attention, mid their appearance
may have had as much to
do with drawing out the large crowds
that rode on the motors yesterday as
Thomas Itccd Sajs They t nn't
Keep Him Down.
Thomas Heed, who was burned by
tho explosiou of a lamp at Houser's
hoarding house Friday, wns out today,
and is not badlj Injured.
Heed is n one-armed young man,
and says tho only way to keep him
down is to amputate Ills head.
M. Potter and Mrs. Boat
Mr. Mun Potter, n well known
farmer of the county, and Mrs. Fannie
Boatright, of the city, were li
censed to marr today.
Tho wedding will tako place
Botli arc well known in the
city, where they have lived for many
J. D. Bacon & Co.
Wo niako a specialty of obtaining
nil kinds of barks, roo.U nndi crlm, so
tLnt you coiLRol nnythlng y u want
in this of o t business.
Pharmacists, Druggists and Apothecaries,'
Con. Skvkntii am Jackson Stkeets, 1'ahucah, Kv.
Those Who Were Selected for
In Other Words, the Democratic
Nominees for Offices
They Won't Get.
The Democratic- nominees for
olllccs in McCraokcn county, as determined
by Saturday's primary arc:
J. C. Trixv, of the city, county
II. II. lloiwox, of the city, circuit
Ciias. E. Guaiiam, of Woodville,
I. II. Itoc.nto, of Woodville,
Jok h. Mii.u:u, of the county,
F. E. Giiavks, of the city, county
J.. Ik'diius, of Florence Station,
county school superintendent.
W. S- Dick, of the city, nscsor.
Nvt Km:ki.kii, of the city, cor
E. B. WisKN, of Woodville, surveyor.
J. I). .MocyioT, of the city, representative.
The nverage vote was about 2,200.
Mr. Kneller, the nominee for coroner,
is a Republican, and was
elected without soliciting the place.
He and his friends regard it as a
hugc joke on the Democratic party,
ami it is said tint the Republicans
will also indorse him.
AFTER THREE YEARS
A Graves County .Murderer Sin1
renders at ,Mnvficlil.
Killed .lames Splcer at Wr.'jilit's
Chapel in I met.
Bill Keeling, after wandering
about in California and other western
stales for over three ears, a
constant victim of remorse and continually
harassed by fears of capture,
ap eared in Mayficld Saturday, and,
to the great astonishment of all, surrendered
to Sheriff Cook.
Keeling killed James Spicer, a
young man 21 years of age, at
Wright's Chapel, Graves county, in
1893, while they were drinking together.
He escaped, and was uever
heard of again until he gave himself
up Sa'urday to answer for his crime.
Ho was 22 years of age when the
deed was committed.
Death of Mrs. W. D. Downs
A Number of Other Demises Since
Saturday Night Last.
.Mrs. Li.zie A. Downs, wife of
Mr. W. D. Downs, the well known
stone cutter, died yesterday at 4 a.
in. After a lengthy illness of grippe,
at her home, 013 North Seventh,
aged 1(5 years.
The deceased leaves besides a
husbaud live daughters and two sons,
as follows: .Mrs. Kllle H'trt, Misses
Sylvia, Mabel, Opal and Jessie
Downs, and Messrs. James and W.
A. Downs. She also leaves a sister
in Yaudalia, III., and two sisters in
Alt. Vernon, lnd., and a mo'licr,
.Mrs. Mary E. Skelton, of Indiana,
who is now here.
TIip. deceased was u most estimable
lady, and a charter member of Banner
commanderyof the Golden Cross.
The funeral services will be conducted
at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
at the 'amily residence, Rev. W. E.
Ctve olllciating. The interment will
be at Oak Grove, under the auspices
of the Order of the Golden Cross.
An infant of George Miller, of
1007 South Fourth street, died yesterday.
The funeral took place this
The child of S. S. Smith,
of Thirteenth and Jefferson, died
this morning. The funeral will take
p'ncu at 10 o'clock tomorrow forenoon.
The 1 -year-old child of Eugene
Vusseii'", of Mechanicsburg, died last
night of measles. The remains were
taken to l'aliua, Marshall county
this afternoon for interment.
EN ROUTE TO S1IILOH.
City of Slicllicld Has a Crowd
II. I'vaus' tank wiijjoii. au
The City of Shellleld passed up
lute yesterday afternoon with a few
Shiloh exeursionisls. A largo crowd
is expected to go through on tho City
of I'adiicah tomorrow.
The meeting announced to begin
tonight at Harnett's hall has been
postponed until Wednesday night.
The preacher, Mi. Calhoun wns unexpectedly
called away from the city
last night to attend a funeral in
Tennesso. All invited for Wednesday
Buy your oil und gasohnofrom II.
tliu best lire: proof oil and Bed CnHvn
JIN THE HANDS OF
The Paducali Auction and' Storage Go.
The entire stock of Shoes. Clothine, Dry Goods, Hats. Jewelry.
Furniture and Carpets of the Louisville Department Store was purchased
At SHERIFFS SALE at a very low price and we are prepared to sell
you these goods at less than manufacturer's prices. Come early-and
secure bargains before they are gone. Remember the place,
PADUCAH AUCTION & STORAGE CO.
Corner Third and Court.
Three lsl office Con-
vieleil in the U. S.
CIRCUIT COURT BEGINS WORK.
Two Grand .Juries are Sow in
In the City.
SAORI PCCH IN THE POLICE CQIKT.
ISITKD STATU COUKTS.
The regular April terms of the
United States district and circuit
courts becan at 10 o'clock this fore
noon at the government building,
aud for the lirst tune in several
il.. in II. I l"!..-.." 11, ..!,,.! .mil
I II1U11LI13 vtivii, itw'ivi ......
I nbove the Iiiil'u dome.
The court olllcers in attendance
llorr. John W. Barr, judge pre
Will M. Smith, district at-
S. A. Blackburn and W. Hawes,
deputy United States marshals,
j. It, I'urycar, clerk.
Court convened at 10 o'clock and
the grand jury was impaneled forthwith
as follows :
James Bryant, A. J. Allison, J. T.
Wright, W.W. Spenee, David Ellis,
J B. Askew, J. O. Grey, J. 11.
Grooms, A. W. Story, J.J. Bennett,
S. C. Elliott. W. II. Jones, Tom
Samuels, J. A. Gandell, J. J. Scary,
J. W. .Monroe, C. T. Watkius. J.T.
Wright was appointed foreman.
T. . IIIHIITCOIUT.
In tho cac of the St. Louis Trust
Co. against the 1. T. & A. It. It.
compauy, it appearing that all clai.ns
and demands tiled for allowance
against the defendant and the re
ceiycrs thereof out of the fund in
court upon which a preferance and
prior in right to the mortgage debt
is claimed have been adjudicated by
the court and paid ! and that there
still remains in the handi of tho
special masters, A. B. Lamb and J.
It. i'uryear, after paxingsuch claims
and demands, the sum of 1,.hj.cu.
It was ordered that the (balance be
turned over to the complainant, the
St. Louis Trust Co.
Hon. Ilenrv Burnett, attorney for
the defendant, 111 d a transcript from
the circuit court in the case of Larina
Dates against the Travelers' Protect
ive Association, for S5000 damages.
The case of the Big Muddy CoaWfc
Irou Company against T. T. Lovell,
for several claims, a compromise was
announced and ratified.
There were three convictions in the
federal court this afternoon.
Osrar and Andy Sanders and
Orey Turubow, who robbed the post
olllce at Brown's Grove, Calloway
county, Ky., several months since,
were indicted, tried and sentenced to
one year each.
The case of United States
agaiust Mary Bell, was continued.
The grand jury returned the following
indictments: Cha3. Livingston,
passing counterfeit 11101103' ill
Fulton, Kv. ; Outman Sanders, Andy
Sanders and Orey Turnbow, break
ing into the olllce at Brown s
In the case against Jonas Martin,
charged with violation of pension
law?, a nolle pross was entered.
The case against Henry Mc-
(jiure, charged with passing counterfeit
iiione , was also dismissed.
The case of Chas. Livingston, a
tramp who wns arrested at Fulton
for passing counterfeit money sometime
since, was on trial at 3 o'clock.
A transcript wns tiled by John C.
Gates, as attorney for the defendant
in the case of It. E. Withcrspoou
against St. John Boyle, receiver for
tho C. O. & S. W. railroad.
The April term of tho circuit
court began this forenoon at the
court house, Judge Bishop presiding.
The orders of the last term were ap
proved, and the court administered
the oath to Sheriff W. It. Holland
and Deputies It. C. Uttcrback, J.
II. Itogers, and J. S. Young in relation
to summcuing jurors.
In the damage suit of Itupert Loft-in
against the Paducali Street Hail-way
Company, for ejecting him from
a street car, uu agreed judgment ft r
820 was ento .'cd.
An answer was filed in tho case of
the city of Paducali against It. M.
Judgment for divorce wns granted
in the case of O. E. Potter vs. Susan
A fine of 820 each was assessed
against Eddie .McNeil, Frntik Harper
aud Jerry Thompson, of the
Florence Station neighborhood,
charged with gaming.
The grand Jury was then impaneled
as follows: J). F. Grant, V. II.
MiiNcil, W. A. Wickliffe, W. M.
Ciync, Y. It. Mocker, Joy Wiiklus,
J no. W. Lee, Joe E. Potter, M. K
Scott, G. A. Ward, L. S. Glenvcs
and J. M. Euglcrt.
The grand jury was receiving Instructions
this afternoon, and Judge
Hisliop Hi 3 o'clock had not designated
most nuiiisiug case
Tho iu the
polico court this morning was that
against James Lovell and David Bos-
well, two gypsies of a gang caiiplng
in "Canaan," .Mechanicsburg, and
James McCuen, a colored apple
vender, charged with engaging in a
The tronblo started between tl e
darkey and somo gpy children,
who were throning rocks at him.
The latter became nngrj' and the
result was a light, in which McCucu
was struck on tho head with n stone.
The case against him was dismissed,
and Love'! was lined $1 ond costs
and Boswell $5 and costs.
Chas. Taylor, colored, was slightly
wrong Saturday night, aud olllceis
had to be called to his home on
North Ninth street to piell li's
tendencies. He had drawn
a phtol on his wife, and failed to
keep It drawn, for it was found in his
pocket when the olllcers searched
him. He said lie had ouly carried it
home, and his tine was $25 and ten
dry in jail.
Ada Howard, one of the soiled
doves of Court street, was lined $1
and costs this morning for drunkenness.
Ed Tti ker, colored, was lined ?5
and costs for Jumping on and off
trains on the Illinois Central. The
company lias now employed a youug
man to watch all trains aud three
wcie made yesterday, one being
John Polk, colored, against whom
no warrant had been issued today.
.iiTii'i: wist iikstk.u's col'kt.
Frank Smith, a colored professional
thief who lives beyond the I. C.
yards, will be tried before Justice
Winchester tomorrow afternoon at I
o'clock on n charge of stealing twenty-live
chickens, a quantity of tobacco
and a lantern, in addition to
many other things, from J. N. Duncan,
of tho New Hope neighborhood.
He was arrested Saturday night by
Constable Audcrson Miller.
Fiscal court convenes tomorrow.
Of Jeff Null ami His Family of
Cannon-Hull" Struck His Wagon
and Not One Was Hurt.
Conductor Scwell came in at noon
uu the Illinois Central passenger
from Louisville, aud reports a mi
raculous escape Jeff Nail and his
family had a day or two ago at O'.ter
Creek, above here.
"I was in charge of 204," the
Conductor said in n conversation iu
(lie lunch room, "with Engineer
Gray in thecal).
'Null and his family, consisting
of a wife and three children, were in
a two horse wagon and we struck
them while they were trying to cross
the track. We were going
forty miles an hour, nud
the pilot struck the wagon exactly iu
the middle. But not a scratch did
a single one of them receive.
"We went about a quarter of 0
mile, stopped and backed, and I
expected to linil them all dead, but
found Null and his family gathering
themselves up, not a bit the worse
for their adventure.
"There wum'tenoughof the wagon
left to make a toothpick of, hut not
.1 single one of the occupants of the
wagon was injured in the least. It
wns the moat marvelous cscapo I
ever heard of, and I don't believe
one like it would occur again in a
OLIVER IS BETTER.
Cannot bo Tci'snadcd
Touch Whisky Ajrahi.
In a Dangerous
Saturday, But is
Oliver Allard, who has been in a
precarious condition at Metropolis
since last Wednesday, is reported as
being better today.
Allard suddenly renounced whiskey
forever, and can not be induced
to touch a drop now. It is said that
a little of tho beverage would now
help liim recover, but under no cir-
Dr.meil. Albert Bernheim.
J20Nbrth 5tfi Street,
j A. M.
1-3 !' M.
I, GJs -7 Jie V. M.
- (MUST PAI.MI'R HOUSK.)
Carter's Fill Ol
You can mako your dollars do double
duty hero in buying nil that Is
beautiful and becoming in Mllliuory.
Wo nut tnoro Idoas and creative non
ius Into our Mllllnory busIneM than
nil others combined In I'adiicah, To
buy your best hat without connlltlnff
ourntock 1s doini: your irood looks
and nume mi Injustice.
Tho soason Is rich In chcCln but
blacks and navy blues nro great for
skirts and make drctificH that are at-
vnyn ready and Btyllsh and hoooming.
Wo Invite you hero to linger tho quality
and connldor tho prices to boo If wo
nro not really saving you 10 to 25 per
cent. Wo beliovo wo are and that
you will think o too.
Splendid i)t) Inch nil wools In variety
Verv choice id Inch sorces at 29c.
High grade- 118 Inch novoltlca In variety
RFinolOiiich Skirting Jnckardsnt 47c.
ajVory ilnofl'2 inoh Mohair Ohlvlott at
And hundreds of othor styles of
qualiy low prices.
A stock of matchless beauty, style
beyond description. Prices that will
do us credit nnd pleaso our customers
prices Me, 25o, IMc, 17c, Ifte, 12
11 10c, l)c, 8 7 1-2 down to
stylish capes for better goods for only
20 styles of deep hamburi; odeings
trnt wo chance to buy away under
regular prices your choice for 10 and
Your choice of very Uno torchorn
hiees nt 60. 0 1 2e 8 10c and
12 l2e 11 yard that you hao often
considered cheap at more than double
the price. The newest hornltou lace
border veilings at CO and 7Ao 11 veil.
Maline and dotted fcllk veilings even
down to 6c a ynrd.
Window shades mounted on sprlne
roller for 15c, 20c, 25e, 30e and 35o a
unco curtains ni extremely low prices
3!e, 76c, t5c, $t 25 sjl.JS S1.76 and 82.00
up to $3. a pair.
Soft finish blenched domestic at il
5e. Gc and 6 t yard.
Tho best ribbed ho.to for boys nnd
Klrls ever ho lb in Pnducah tit 2 pair for
It is said that Congress is now legislating
a bill that will double tho prico
on all cheap ma tliis and add 16o a
yard to tho 20 and 25c qualities. Wo
navo just received a nice assortment
of straw nnd cotton warp mattings and
will bo pleased to havo you see them
for your mattings wants, prices 10c,
12 17c, 20C nnd 25c a yard.
North Third Street.
MORTON'S OPERA HOUSE.
Wednesday, April 7th.
Lincoln Q SflS (X SPCCiOl S(
With Boiling Mist.
Pram Ming Engine.
and 1 1 Freight Cass
and Illuminated Cn.
ROfliisiic River scene
ond sim wmm
aiiilclhrr MuttltiiK I llnli
v.Uh on Kali; Tiirmly morulni; al unul jlicr
eumstanccs nil! he touch it. He
stopped too suddenly.
Conservators were appointed for
him last Saturday, and now havo
charge of his affairs.
Successful Candidates in That
Staid Old County.
A Full I.lst IN'mnlniited Saturday
With u Good Vote Polled.
The Democratic primary in Livingston
county Saturday was marked
by considerable enthusiasm, and the
average vote polled was 1113.
Bryan received about 1300 in November.
The nominations made
Wm. Marble, circuit judge.
Tlios. livans, county Judge.
John 1'arsotis, circuit clerk.
Geo. I.andrum, county clerk.
Chas. Vick, assessor.
Chas. Wilson county attorney.
W. T. Thrclkcld, jailer.
Harry McCliesney, county school
ru I I !
Tho American ProtectiveTariff League
is a national organization advocating
" Protection to American Labor and
Industry" as explained by its constitution,
"Tht ohi'.ct e' thta L.(U .h.ll b ta protcot
Am.rio.n labor by a tariff on Import., whloh .hall
adaqualaly .acura Amarican Indu. trial produota
((ainat tha competition of foran labor."
Thoro aro no personal or private
profits in connection with tho
and it is sustained by memberships,
contributions, and tho distribution
of its publications.
rlRBT! Corra.pondanea la aollcttad rarardir(
M M.mb.r.hip" and "Official Corra.pondant.."
SECOND: Wa naad and walooma contribution.,
xhathar .mill or larf, ta our eau.a.
THIRD: Wa publi.h larga lina of dooumanU
M.arin; all pha... of tba Tariff qua. tion.
.at will ba maltad to any (ddraa. for BO oanta.
FOURTH: Sand po.tal oaVd raqu.it for fraa
aampla copy of tha "Amarican Eoonomlil."
Addrai. Wilbur F Waaaman, O.naral 8aratary,
133 Wait 23d 8lr..t, N. Yark.
Por a FewDays '
1 1 J qt.
we will scllgcnulne Granite Iron Ware as follows r
genuine GranltcTToa or Coffee Tot 25c each.
" tticc Boiler (with cup) ,19c "
SCOTT HARDWARE GO.
318 to 324 broadway. Sign of Big Hatchet.
Ask For Them,
O. B. SJHRKS,
Caligraph and Densmore .
Typewriters and Supplies,
107 SOUTH SECOND STREE1
AiT Will exchange for old Machines at liberal figures.
C, F. Schrader,
tit & ! t .r
will plcae you
Fresh Meats, &c.
trii)'and polilo attention. Oiv
ty, do lyery to a'l part qf tho el
o roc a trial ontcr anu i
Oor. 12th ft Madison.
Just Received Our
Spring and Summer Goods
We arc now prepared to idiow many of the laWt
NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS.
ny liandhomc effects -in v
AIm) very many
Shirt Waists and Waist Patterns.
clr.ntiinil clif.nw'l liikK tlfi
dim In ttin lit iMiliicih
IVti llvn to Rhjf?v and to plna.
Ami do II wKli Ihn Kteat.'iil rata
111 UmnorUI art Mxeicel
Kaay nhayt'i auJ lialr rut well,
Tom Mirny tnucbei UhVj
I(.i7irn t veil auilunt l Hlkht.
l.adleH hair cut aim ilrtvtd
Child rttrmTo my place Last,
WIIUhavetliellTliiK n.l tbeiloail.
And call and aliare Uu' alca la Ud,
Our laundry li on tin" bourn,
With clean place anrt cuwy room.
Our price la low, It's only ten;
Our paltons are the best of men.
Ofruiirse we txipirbl It and,
Hut have cleaned It up and piado'lk
land. '. ' J
Itemenibtr lhenmeaud place. I
LITTLE TOM ATKINS.
New Barbel Shop.
lbfrKS. Second; y
Nrw Piirtture, clean TQrnnil Uwn
It.i7.ora. Shaving and hair cUUflitf done Iu the
J" C U
1'ractlco iii nll'courta.
oth, over Thompson, the
;.t , ,!&
. 4th nnd
that 1 have
a rrnmurani UiMtol t
T.ibln ifrvi mill nxiUltK! romluctcil
laJlrn. NVTtJtiiiriitUro every lueitl iluu.
I. Wai.tkk HroTT,
Irom the best shocVJaiHorics. the
latest lasts anil up to dale, in color and
shaje, and otir prices on shoes suit
Wc have nn excellent line ol ladies
We want vour patronage and will be thankful for it too.
JHO. J. D0RIAW
205 Brnadway, Opposite Lang Bros.' Drilg Siorp.
AIIJilmJjof'Krrah & Smoked Moat, Pure
.i.n, D, WK. 1 handle awthlna;
!U,rtclaM lnme meat nd ti ba
The Secondhand Man,
214 Court Street.
Haa bargtirts In
See his $3 shop-nude Shoes.
There are none better,
Shoea repaired nd"dolfVrcd to any
port of tho city. J
If you havo Coat Off 0othng or
8hooa to soil notify him by portal card
unu no win can ana got thorn.
Haa opened a n
at his stand on tho cornor ofjSovonth
jind Adams. Call and aeo hufa nd get
...m,,.,,, f wm save you money on
overythlnGT vou eat. F JiuJ,, .
nit r,;t Vfl.u -...., ,
.. mm v. uig Uljr.