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J. D. Bacon & Co.
PHARMACISTS.
Ircricri
lUlons iwou ni an nours
Nleht Boll
sido of (loot
Easter Sunday
Is tbo dav for frow SDrlinr clothes.
No man should lot Easter pass
without Riving n order to his
tailor. If you wBnt to bo suro to
rocolvo your clothes in time, to
get tho latest patterns, stylo and
perfect lit, you Bhould visit my
tailoring establishment.
W. J. Dickie,
425 Broadway.
WEATHER HEl'OllT.
Louisville, April G. Generally
fair tonight. Wednesday increasing
cloudiness. Slightly cooler touight.
LOCAL MENTION.
Columbian Club Meeting.
Tho Columbian club will meet this
evening at Cecilian Hall, nnd n large
attendance is desired. A program
that will prove entertaining to all will
bo rendered.
Sec Scott Hardware Company's nd
about arumte iron ware. Ga4
sy
Evans,- Oio tanloyagon man hau
dies-good goods
nalronagcJ
nnilflefcn es good
A Birth.
la5
Born to the wife of Mr. Geo Foul,
of Coy, last Saturday, a boy.
Whether il!a stubborn cold or
just n siipe, you can cure It for
good witUUr. lull's
This family remedy takeii in time
will stop theprogress of consumption
and bringUJic color it health to
the pallid cheek. Sold
& Walker, l'iltli niuHroalwuy.
Chnujroof IJciUi.
Olllcer Dick Mitherland n today
temporarily transferred to Uv Ourt
street beat instead of Oilier I
who is attending circuit court
.Masonic. Notice.
in stated communication
I
Plain City Lodo, ll'.l. ,'K & A.
M. will meet tonight at, 1 :'Au o'c.ock
Alf Master
Masons .welcomed.
v 11. U'.. Onus,, Master.
Geo. O. Ingram, Sec.
Save iinao nnd Irouiue
yourJll arid gasoline
theTank wgon man.
by buying-
vans,
Republican Committee aicctlng.,
'I'lm Tfonnlilinnn onuutt' COmumtOC
J. D. Bacon & Co.
DRUGGISTi
"uanphpiirsju)nftamlly or private
recipes, from ft liniment to n corn
euro, nnd do it right.
PERSONALS.
Mrs. Wm 113 rd is qulto III to.lay.
Mn. W. S. MeNary Is on the sick
list.
Collin McGinnis unit to Crcal today.
Mr. Will J. Levy is home from a
trip west.
Mrs. Mat l'ylcs has returned from
a visit to Wlugo.
Mrs. John 1'earcc returned at noon
from Louisville.
Mr. A. C. Allison returned this
morning from Mayficld.
Mr. Clarence Beverly went up to
Oweasboio this morning.
Agent John Mulvihill, of Brooklyn,
was in the city today.
Mr. Mat Pyles went to Tolu, Crittenden
county, this uiomiug.
Mr. Jas. Campbell cntcrtaiucd the
Episcopal Guild last night.
Mr. J. J. Dufour went up the
road this morning on business.
Mr. W. A. Davis went up to
today to measure lumber.
Mr. Lcc Crumbaugh, of Memphis,
is here attending United States
couit.
Miss Ella Patterson left this morn
ing for Sherman, Texas, ou au extended
visit.
Mr. T. 1). Jarvis, the nurseryman,
left this morning for a Ave mouths
trip through Kentucky.
Miss Carryc Payne Thornbeiry returned
last night from an extended
islt to Shrevesport, La.
Traviling Freight Agent L. T.
Swnnuctitt, of the St. Louis division,
left for St. Louis at noon.
Mr. W. T. Thelkcld, Democratic
uomiuec for jailer in Liviugjton
eouaty, is on the federal petit jury.
Mr. J. El wood Lane, of New York,
formerly manager of Js'oah's Ark
here, is a guest of his brother, Mr.
John l. Lauc.
Dr. Will Sanders has returned
from Chicago, where he took a
three mouths' post graduate course
in medicine. He will begin practice
nt once.
Congressman Chas. K. Wheeler
arrived this morning to spend a week
or ten dnys with his family. He will
return to Washington at the expiration
of this time.
ITS OWN BKAKUMAN.
,r V. . . the SuX' cWce on another train an
is called to meet at .:..,,..
Friday April 9th. A fill XeeUng is tuarSc o: UiS("''
desired.
F. MyfisiiKii
A: '
UUlllli..U.
Purify Your, Blood
...lly TuUlngy'
Dr. Claxton's
Compound Extract
of Sarsaparilla
11 U not a paent medicine. IIb makes
if Uh formula. Il U luiide
from ttiMfolloBlnt? well kuoHU
llnndurnH Snrwi pnrlll
Yellow Dock
SUlUnirU (Queony Delist)
Mandrake
henna
1'rltkly An
l.lcorlcu Ilool
hnsnalran
Iodide l'olaHU
Iodide Iron
Ask your family doctor K It H not n
blood medicine.
Sold only at
McPHERSON'S
I.
fAND
DRUG STORE
ROADWAY.
la5
Pil Hcges for Sale.
The 1'aducah Uasoball Association
wjll on Aprill 10181)7, let the following
privileges:
Bicycle Racks.
Seat Cushions.
Vehicles and Hltcliinc.
Kefrcsment Stand an$ Cigars.
Scoro Card.
Bids will bo received by the undersigned
up to 10 a. in., April 10,
181)7. Security must be given by all
bi Iders.
Bids will bo considered ior the
season of 1807, or at a I certain
amount per game for the season of
1897. A. C. EiNSTKiK,
President Paducah Baseball-Association,
219 X. 2nd St. 5a2
Found,
l2i,n!lrAy Int flint Enlnana. Oirtipr
can recovcrTsauio by cnllingxlit Su.v
onice. IS
Buy your oil Mud
II. Evans' tank 'wagon He laudles
the best lire proof oil and lied Crown
gasoline. In5
. ,. .. . .....
10 i.rucu 11 ijunivtt.
Mr. Clint Wallace went up to
Stiles this morning to place a large
derrick at the gravel pit for Mr. Put
Halloran. The derrick was designed
bv Mr. Wallace.
Tho Illinois Central Has lined
For "Jumping" Trains.
The Illinois Central Railroad Company
now has four special policemen
to look after its interests here, and
one thing they are going to do is to
break up jumping on and off moving
cars.
Chas. Bullock, one of the company's
own brakemen, and John
Polk, a colored employee at Attorney
Reeves', were presented on the
charge of jumping on and off the
trains in Judge Sanders' court this
morning and lined $5 and costs.
The company's ascnt had the
brakeman arrested because he was
and uot in tho
AN OLD OFFENDKIt.
John Kountz at His Old TrkUs
A:;alu.
John Kountz, a grey headed denizen
of Mechanicsburg who last summer
had a great deal of trouble with
his daughter, Miss Annie Kountz, and
secured no littlo newspaper notoriety
as a result, was before Judge
this morning on a charge of being
drunk and disorderly.
Judge Sanders stated incidentally
that Mrs. Perkins and Koimtz's
laughter had been there to get a warrant
for hi.u for a brtach of the
peace and said they could stand his
culpable conduct no longer.
Judge Sonders let tho old man off
with a $5 fine but promised that if he
again molested his daughter or any-
ne else, he would be warranted and
iu addition bo required to execute n
peace bond or go to jail, with heavy
Mlds in favor of the latter.
TOOK AN API' ISA L-.
Did J. D. Mc.Ncoly, of Boa. Station,
in the Police Court.
J. D. McXcely, the old gentleman
ivho cime up from Boaz Mation
lay in pursuit of the robbers who
oroke into C. L. Harney's store nnd
was arrested for drunkenness, a
ol being found 011 his person, was
ven a trial this morning iu the police
court and llurd $25 ami given
ten days in jail ou the concealed
weapon charge and $1 and costs for
drunkenness.
He asked for an appeal to the circuit
court in the first named case,
and it was granted.
Henry Sent
HAD MAN.
to Jail
Days.
For Twenty
Henry Jones, colored, who was
arrested Sunday with a huge iron
slung-shot in his pocket, was t'icd
this morning, and lined $&0 aud
given twenty days in jail. The ugly
weapon he carried was covered with
blood, and it is thought that the
darkey is wanted somen here on a
grave charge.
Ho claims to be from near Itipley,
icnii., leaving tliere last Juno.
went south and picked cotton, mid
struck Cairo about a week ago, com-lug
to Paducah last Sunday.
Dr. Edwards, speolaliy, Eyes. Ear.
J. D. Bacon &Qsk
Sr 1
nil
tLat y
ncsa.
o mnmxr specialty or cinaming
:uH"of barks, roots nnd i orbs, ho
ou can cot anything y u want
In this
dl
Una u( o.t
Pharmacists, Druggists and Apothecaries
Con. Seventh and Jackson Stiiekts, Paducah, Kr.
TOLL GATE RAIDERS,
Intimation of Tliein In Mc
Crnckcn Occasions Talk.
JikIiic Tally Thinks the Rumors
AUuIMuir.
County Judge Tiilly created some
thiug of a furore when he announced
in an address to the council last night
that he had received au Intimation
that a tendency seems developing
among some of the residents of the
county ou one road, particularly
to do away with tol' nates, cen if
the methods practiced in some of the
upper counties have to be resorted to.
It is unlikely that anyone in
county would sanction such
lawlessness, much less practice it.
Judge Tully stated to a Six reporter
this morning that he deemed it
"bluff.'
RELEASED ON BOND.
A Colored
Servant Suspected
the I liuft.
all a
Graves County Murderer Out On
$1,00(1.
Hilly
Keeling Likely Cudiy
.Manslaughter.
and as soon us the river sulllciently
recedes they will bo replaced.
It Is
Ncje and Throat, Pwbicah, Ky. ly .illne
MAST MAIL."
J,
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I'lie pern HouseV Attraction Tomorrow
Night.
Carter's "Fast Mailf will appear
at the opera house tomorrow night.
(Jet your seats reserved. at VnnCulin'a
book store for this great sceuiu play.
"SNAKE" WADE'S TRIAL.
Set For Tomorrow Befote Judge
Siindwi'i.
A warrant was issued against
"Snake" Wade last evening charge
iug him with maliciously cutting his
wife, and the case is set for tomorrow
iu Judge Sanders' court.
I. C. STOCK.
This Month
$D:l...
Quoted at
Notices hnvo been posted on all tho
railroad bulletin boards nniiouncinfr
1!? 1 that Illinois Central stock is quoted
at 81)3.50 per share for April.
Buy your oil from II.
II. Evans' tank 'vngmi. U(f bundles
the best lire proof oil and HedCri'wu
lno
of
Hill Keeling, who gave himself up
nt Maj fluid Saturday to answer for
killing Jas. Spieer at Wright's chaptl
111 liW.'l, was given au examining
trial cterday at Maylield and released
on a bond of SI, 000.
l'ho evidence developed the fact
the killing was not murder, but perhaps
manslaughter.
SUBURBS" ROBBERY.
$10 Stolen From Mrs.
P'inley.
Thomas
Mrs. Tom Finley, who. lives on
Afton Heights, Arcadia, had $10
stolen ftom her last night. SI") iu
uioiicv and a check for Via were
I taken from under the mattress, where
lue money nau uccii ior
safety.
A colored servant who was
nt the house ii suspected, as
lie las disappeared since the theft.
Constable Anderson Miller has been
at work on the case nil day.
STKUCK VI I'll A SPOKE.
A Colored Hoy Sw ears Out n Warrant.
Burnett Beauregard, a colored boy
employed at Little's spoke factory,
appeared at the city hall at 3 o'clock
and swore out warrant for "Kosh"
Little.
He said the latter iu the
head with a spoke, and he had a
bleeding wound under his hat. It
appears they had a few words over
the boy's work.
1 HACK TO HE UNCOVERED.
Ituc
Track Soon to Ho U&od
Again.
The West End race track, which
ias been covered up all winter for
protection, will be uncovered one
day this week, if pretty weather con
limit's.
This will be welcome news to turf
men, who desire to work their horses
and get them in trim for the approaching
races.
There are now fic horses quartered
at the West End driving park.
TRAPS FOUND.
Hut Arc Doubtless Kadly
Damaged.
The Paducah Gun club's electric
traps, which were aet array from
Uiversido park, together with th'
tr.ip house, when the river go'
011 a rampage, have been located
some where below thu city, according
to some of the members of tho club,
BANKRUPT STOCK
IN THE HANDS OF '
The Paducah Auction and Storage Co.
The entire stock of Shots, Clothing;, Dry Goods, Hats, Jewelry,
Furniture and Carpets of the Louisville Department Store was purchased
at dMlirUrr O OAUU at a very 10 w price anu wc arc prcparco u "
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. .
SALOONKEEPERS FIN'D,
Thirty-three Up for Violation of
the Sabbath.
All But One Pleaded Cuilty
Were Fined Sit)
nnd
This morning's session of the police
court was a profitable one to
Prosecuting Attorney ltccvcs and
Mnrdial Collins. Thirty-three saloonkeepers
were charged with dispensing
decoctions on the Sabbath
to law, and all pleaded
;ju lly but one, whose case was set
down for tii.il toniuirow. A line of
$10 and costs was assessed against
the others.
A PIil.Ul.IAU ACCIDENT.
Near in a Disastrous
1'iro at Itonton.
A rather peculiar accident occurred
at Wilson's drugstore iu Benton yesterday
afternoon. Jamie Wilson
potTcd about a pint of alcohol into a
graduated gla to prepare a mixture
for a customer, when .Mr. Uich I Seed
came in and accidentally turned the
glass over onto the Iloor As he did
to he stepped upon a match lying on
lliu Iloor, igniting the alcohol. The
dimes leaped up to the ceiling and
for a time a sciious cnnllagration
was tliiejtciH'd. The timely use of
a few buckets of nater soon quenched
the bla.e, which did no more dam
age than to blister the adjacent
ii'lurcand frighten the diuggist al
most out of his wits.
FUKTHEU PAUriCULAUS
Ah nit the Calloway Comity
Tragedy.
Hnnry Carlton, who killed Beck
Jones at Lynn Grove, Calloway
county, Sunday night, is still at
large.
It is said, however, that Jones was
(Ii link, and had followed Carlton
about all day, attempting to provoke
n ditlk'iilty. I he two were brothers-
in-law, and Carlton fired a shot or
two with his pistol before he finally
killed Jones with a slut gun. The
tragedy occurred K Carlton's home,
whither Jones had followed him.
IMC REAL I.STATi: TKANSl'KK.
Cooperage Coiipan 's Plant Deeded
to Thus. C. SuaiiiDii.
The Xatioual Cooperage Company
today deeded to Mr. Thomas C.
for $13,500, the cooperage
plant in Mechanicsburg. The establishment
of a factory is now certain,
nnd application was last night
made for exemption from taxation.
,11It. IIARKY SNOW
Will Probably K11.1 For tbo Legislature.
Mr. Hany Snow, the well known
and popular broker, is being pressed
to make the nee for state represent:!
live on the Itcpiiblicau ticket, and it
is said h:n about decided to become
a candidate.
Mr. Snow is well liked by all who
know him, and since he came to Pa
ducah a few years ago has made many
warm friends. He would mako a
formidable opponent for any one.
HACK HOME.
Oliver Allurd Well Enongli to lie
Curried to Brooklyn.
Oliver Allard was brought up to
Brooklyn from Metropolis, III., yes.
lerduy noon on the Cowling and
conveyed to his home near Brooklyn.
He is said to now resem' le n ghost
more than n human being aud can
hardly walk.
.Mr
IN AN ELEVATOR.
(jiiincey H. LoteHadly.Miwhes
Ills Hand.
Mr. Quincey II. Lovo, who is employed
at the Harbor-Pitts Shoo Co.,
had one hand terribly mashed and
lacerated by catching it iu the elevator
spring at the establishment on
North Third street this morning. Dr.
Boyd dressed the injury.
V. W. C. T. V.
The next meeting of the Y. W. C.
T. U. will be held at the residence
of Mrs. Byrd, 1001 Trimble
Tho following program will bo rcn.
deied :
Kcrlptur . ... Mrs I'Mnk Smtlh
KolU'all (llf'iKiU'Ki Willi (iiioudoijs)
ItiMdltiKof Mlnuun .. .llerurdlaB Secretary
1'l.imi .solo , Mr Hurry
Vlollnsolo . ... .MIih Millie I) i Is
Mm. litiert
1'UuoSol MiM)illMiiIlli
Kecltallon M lUwiinl I'ox
Big String of Ruceih.
Yesterday nfteruoon a special
stock train iu which were nine cars
cars containing over fifty race horses
A BREAD KNIFE,
Used With Gory Effect on Thomas
ltoss.
TlioCnse Not Yet Fully Investigated.
Thomas Koss, alias Williams, n
painter, was arrested and locked up
tins foicuoon. He was bloody all
over, and bleeding profusely from
several wounds on. thd head when
Olllcer Whcelis took charge of l'liii.
He was cut at the Hook boarding
house, on North Third s'reet
Mudison, about 11 o'clock, with n
bread knife. Ho claims that he was
beset by tho "women folks" when
ho "went after his doll rags." lie
had bscn boarding there for several
months, nnd according to other
statementH went there drunk this
morning and raised a disturbance.
The w uuds aro slight, mid the
case has not been sulllciently investigated
to issue warrants.
Mrs. Hook visited police headquarters
1'iis afternoon and stated
that Koss went to her house this
morning and tried to kill her, and all
that was done was done iu self defense.
No warrants have yet been
issued.
wiioi.ksai.i: itomtKit.
Frank Smith, Colored. Is Wor.sc
Thau Supposed.
Constahles Anderson Miller aud
Chas. Wortham went out this morning
to Frank Smith's house and took
possession of a quantity of stolen
property, including two sackj of
corn, a lantern, some tobacco and
other thing-.
Smith is tho darkey arrested for
stealing, and it has been discovered
that he had conducted an extensive
burglary bjiiuess in the New Hope
neighborhood A key supposed to
have been ued in getting into Ca
Waggoner's saloon was also found,
and two white men are said to have
been with him. Otllccrs arc now
looking for the latter. Smith's trial
is set for 1 o'clock this afternoon iu
Justice Winchester's court.
Will
WLDUINC BELLS
Ring For Happy Yoiiiik
Couple Tomorrow.
Tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock
the marriage of ilrs. Katie Holds to
Mr. Listou Dunn will take place at
the St. Francis De Sales parsonage,
Rev. Father Jansen olllctntlng. Mr.
Dunn is a prosperous business man,
while the bride U both pretty and
popular.
The wedding will unite two worthy
young people who have a host of
friends Iu the city , as well as elsewhere,
who will cxtcud their best
wishes for the future.
MALE SOCIETY DUD.
Hi linn mill (irri.t Tlilnu Arr
Hiprctr.l nt lllm.
If the liIoHtoinliifrnf the female "hud"
into a llnwer of society Inn proper topic
fur newhimprr discussion, why should
lint the m.il'j "lind" Ihi nlxo lmnored
with n detailed "write-up" Iu Uiepublu
print, bj that his charms may lo n
widely an those of tho
creaturen who depend upon
him for watB at the opera nnd
nt the grrmnn? Evidently there
Is no just reason for the discrimination
from tho point of Iew of a Wnnlilnp
ton piper, which ircent.s lu wit-mi
eoliiinns the iimlltle of n numl)er
of "buds ' which nie now- full
hloivn.
The proud inonojialy which the fairer
i-ax lme heretofore enjoyed I Uu 4
imlcly nssailttl, nnd hereafter It wouhi
not U- surprising If tho eiiterprislnp
society rejrfrtcr has to j;lo n-s much
.mention to thos coy younjr thlnps
that wear drca co'its jaid totlie
club us hu Iion Iierctoforo to
tho ladlcH. Whether this sli.ill prow
to be lui iiflllction remains to be nwn,
but tho 1101 city of tho lunointion will
no doubt lend homo Interest nt first
to tho npntheoslii of the miUo "bud."
Illond or blondhie, brunette or
tyK, ho will JU plcturrtl to us
'u nil his Htunnlny beauty.
Tho part of hh hair, tho length of
his collar mid the brciity of his top
WMt, tho stylo if his 1koU mid the
color of his gloies, the diameter of his
nnd tho unglo nt which lie
;van his silk hit all these detail
end many more not here set forth will
bo dwelt upon with tho nice analysis
and painstaklrg industry of thopoclcty
leort4.r. Eyelashes, teeth, trim of
beard or mustnclic, noe of (Jrecinn or
Iiomnn type, perhaps rctroiWMj or
w ill not lo neglected, of course.
Great things are promised for tho
.saltation of tho male "bud," nnd if
ho has heretofore blohsomed In
tho his npothcoslH has
conw. No longer will he bo a violet
In modest seclusion, but a sunflower,
hrlllinut. If not gaudy. Baltimore Sun.
C'reiuii Hnncr,
Stir tho yolk of two eggs wltli half
cupful of powdered sugnr to a cream,
ndd a half cupful of orimge julco nnd
one tiible.K)onfiil of lemon juice, bent
the whites to a Btlit froth, ndd tho
orange mixture slowly to tho beaten
and 150 men and attendants, en I whites while beating constantly; ruld
route from New Orleans to Detroit, 5',st " cupful of whipped cream.
passed through Paducnh. Iliooklyn I'.alc.
Dr.med. Albert Bernheim.
Office Hours
120 North 5th Street,
(NBXT PAT.
7 ' -9 A. si.
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v. si.
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MIJR IIOUSK.)
rr
Millinery
You can mako your dollars do
duty hero ill buying nil that is
beautiful nnd becoming In Millinery.
Wo put more lduns nnd creatlvo gon
itis into our Millinery buslncsa than
all others combined In l'nduenh. To
buy your beat hat without consulting
our stock la doing your good looks
iiuu porno an lujuiiico, i
Dress Qoods
1
Tho season Is rich In cluck hot
blacks aud navy blues nto grCflt Wf
skirts And make dreuscs Hint are always
ready and fltyllnh nnd becoming;
Wo Invito you licro to finger the quality
and consider tho prices fo see If w
aro not really laving you 10 to 25 Per
cent. Wo beliovo wo are and tnnt
you will think so too.
Splendid 30 inch all wools in varloty
Vory choice IB Inch sorgea nt 29c.
High grade 38 Inch novelties In variety
at 37
at47e.
JBVery lino 02 I hob Afohnlr Ohlvlott at
J9c.
And hundreds of at lief Htrhjs of
qually low prices.
Wash Goods
,
A stock of ixnuty, stylos
beyond description. Prices that will
do us credit aud please, our ctlstotnvrs
prices 33c, 23c, 20c, 17c, 15e, 12
It 10c, 9c, fi 7 1-2 down to
Btyllsh capes for potter goods for only
5c.
20 styles of dean hnmburi: eiklngs
tr.it wo cbanco to buy away under
regular prices your choice for 10 nnd
12 a yard.
Your choice of very lino torchorn
laeos nt Ac, 0 7 8 10c nnd
12 a yanl that you hao often
considered cheap at more than double
tho price. The newest hornltou lace
border veilings at 30 nnd 75c a veil.
Mallnc nnd dotted silk veilings even
down to 5c n yard.
Window shades mounted on spring
roller for 15o, 2tfr, 25c, 30c and 35c a
piece.
Uico curtains at oxtromoly low prices
39c, 75c, i)5e, $P25 $1.18 $1.75 and $2.00
up to $3. a pair.
Soft Ilnlsh bleached domestic nt 1 1-2
5c, 60 and t( a yard.
The best ribbed hose for boys and
girls ever solb'ln P.iducah at 2 pair for
25c.
Mattings
It is said that Congress Is now legislating
a bill that Will double tho price
on all cheap mattings and ndd 15c a
yard to tho 20 on1 2oe qualities. We
li.ivo just received a nico assortment
of straw and cottdn warp mattingsand
will bo pleased to have you see them
for your mattings wants, prices 10c,
12 17c, 20c and 23c a yard.
Harbour's
North Third Street.
MORTON'S OPERA HOUSE.
Flktciiku Tkkkkli., Manager.
Wednesday, April 7th.
Lincoln io sets ol Specioi sceoefy
J.
Carter's Nil 01
Grand
Scenic
Production
The
Fast
Mail
With IlolliiiR Mist.
ProaiCQi working Enoine,
and 14 FrelKht Oars
and Illuminated Ca.
booce.
Rcoilsiic River scene
ond sieamDOQi Explosion
amlotbrr MmllinK l'.'lt.
l'rlccii SN, X, M and TScl
scau on mIr uinrnlnK at until i Urr
Morton's Opera House,
FLKTCIIKR TKnnKLL, MQIt.
Three Nights & Saturday Matinee
lll'.dlNM.Nd
Thursday, April 8th.
Cinematoscope
Producing Animated Pictured.
DOUBLE MEGAPHONOGRAPH.
Producing Latest Vocal and
Selections.
A Hcllncd Kxhibitlon.
Amusing, Instructive and Inter
esting.
2i) and Id) cenln nn !
Tliursilay t iimjiiI iUcr,
SATURDAY MATINEE.
Wanted An Idea
Who can think
of aonw, aimplii
.uiuRtopaitnir
Protect ymir Mnui Iher mar bring you w.tlib
Wrlla JOHN WKDIlFIUlfmN -n I... ...
am, Wuhlnzuin, II. O , for Ihrlr ! nil iirlin nQcr
and otw lilt vt on tnouwnd lovcnOuuj wolrd.
A. P.T. L.
Tho American ProtectivoTariff Leaguo
is a national organization advocating
"Protection to American Labor and
Industry" as explained by its constitution,
as follows:
"Th obtet of tM UafU (hall b to praUot
Amtrioan labor by a tariff on Import., whion shall
adaquaUly taoura Amarlcan Induttnal produota
ajain.t thaoompatition of fortijn labor,"
Thero aro no personal or private
profits in connection with tho organization
and it is sustained by memberships,
contributions, and tho distribu
tion of its publications.
FIRST: Corraipondanoa U aoliotUd ranrdlnf
"Mambarthlp" and "Offiolal Corratpondanta.
SECOND: Wanaadand walooma oontributlona, !
whathar amall or larja, to our oauta. I
THIRD: Wa publi.h a larja Una of dooumanU
oovarlnr all phataa of tha Tariff qua.tion.
aat will ba mallad to any addraaa for 00 oanta.
FOURTH: Sand po.UI card raquaat for fraa
, , aampla oopy f tha "Amarloan Eoonwnlat."
y'TClCDnon 3fi4 Addraaa Wilbur F. W.k.man, Oanaral srttary,
Genuine Granite
Ironware
and
They
aqi
"
4
6 "
8 inch
2 qt.
ipt.
a qt.
ill
are
pronounced
I V1
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For a Few Days wc will sell
Genuine Granite Ironware
as follows :
Genuine Granite Ten or Coffee Pot 25c caclu
11 .1
11 i.
OUK MOTIO.
Wn lire to ahavn anil to please,
And do II Willi Hi" eaito
In tonKorl.il an we
Kaay nhavea and balr cut wall.
Torn, mirciy tnurbrs IlKhti
Kaznnrt rrn and nut of alulit.
Lad Ira hair cut una drnuO
Children Ilka my place
Will share the llTlnir and the dead.
And call and share tbn,!c In bed.
Our laundry In on thejxxmi.
With clean place and ccmey room.
Our price la low, ItVonly ten:
Our patrons are ths beat of men,
l)( course e botmnt It second-hand,
lluthavecleauedllnuudinari.
atand. A
Ilemember tha namo and place. I
LITTLE TOM ATKINS.
HI llrnnilwar.
New Barber Shop.
J. WAL 1 K it-U 1 1 ,
108,'ij S. Second.
Now Furniture, rlean Towel snd keen
Ii uors. Shavlni! aud hnlr cuttluK duno In the
ne ileal Kt)le.
GREER & -
ATTORNEYS- JDCCn.
ATLAW. I II I LJ
I'rnctleo in nil courts.
OfTice, Broadway, bet, .ii, and
5lWl
T)"
;faginpson,
Rice Jlojlcr (with cup) 39c "
11 i
Tea Kettle
Milk Pan
Drink Cup
Measure
Wash llnsiti
49c
49c
IOC
8c
22c
5C
SCOTT HARDWARE CO.
INOOItrOItATEl).
3J8 to 324 Broadway. Sign of Big Hatchet.
HART
LEADING
5c. CIGARS.
Ask For Them,
RUB
O. B. STHRKS,
" AGENT FOK
Caligraph and Densmore
Typewriters and Supplies.
J07 SOUTH SECOND STREET
teir Will Tchnnro for old Machines nt liberal figures. y
C. F. Schrader,
STHPLE
Fp:rNcv
DKALKIl IN
GROCERIES
Fresh Meats, &c.
l)w price, prompt and pollto attention. Give mc a UUl onler atd
will pleaie ou Fn-o do I very to n'l parts of tho city.
Telophouo 1 60. Oor. 12th & Madison,
Just Received Our
Spring and Summer Goods.
. .
We arr --- ' .! '. ffst
Al.so very many 1
(I.a.ll(s I
Ibf iiiTCHltv of a lriro tlial'n
iind clfol'i I tjiku In
Hi th of lMiliiMh Ibal I navo
njvnril a lorried at
J08 J-2 South Second.
Table urn lew unit rnoklni; romliictril by
laillen. We Biutiulw rrcry meal clcun.
I. Wai.tkk Hcott.
?JmM
rns,
a
N000! and Waist ti GOODS.
)n Sat-
I
j. s
Shirt If "a-y-v
JIilblMis
Our Shoes
U-l
are from the l),t .shoe factories, the
latest lasts niul up to date in color and
.shape, and our prices on shoes suit
everybody.
We have an excellent line of ladies
and men's
Purnishing Goods.
We want your patronage and will be thankful for it too.
JUO. J. DORIAN
205 Broadway, Opposite Lang Bros Drilg 8torp.
Regular Meals 15c.
People's Market,
ill N. I.th street.
All kind of Freh and Smoked KeaU, lur
rar Iird and Haiuage, 1 handla ootklna
but home meats and Ruaranto them to b
nrslclass, jp.jjj W0BL1,EKT
fropr.
GHAS. NORWOOD,
The Secondhand Man,
21 Court; Street.
Has somo excellent bargains In
Second Hand Clothing
and Srms.
See his $3 shop-made Shoes.
There are none better.
A.
8hoc8 repaired and delivered to any
part of tho city.
If you bavo Oaat Oft Clothing or
Shoos to soil notify him by postal card
and ho will call and ge thorn.
DAN SMITH
Has pponcd n.npw stock of
GROCERIES
at his stand on the corner of Seventh
und Adams. Call andee him aagtt
n,i'118Pcef' 5 no win save you money 01
everything you ent. ' Frte delivery td
the Tnilor'ji. all parte of the city. 7
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