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J. D. Bacon & Co.
Prcjt5rIi)tIoi9 filled nt nil
Ohio of doors
Is tho day fr now Spring clothes,
No man should pass
without Klv,nB nn order to his
tailor. If you want th bo suro to
rocolvo your clothes In time, to
cot tho latest pattern, stylo and
perfect fit, you shonld visit my
W. J. Dibke,
NOTICE TO CQXtKACTORS.
Sf aled proporfqta )te receln at the office
01 me uouncii turn I the city or lMJucan,
Kt.. iiDto 2o'cloM lnniri7. 1W7. to furnish
.hecliy with 4,1(0 Mrd nigra el like sample
provided by the MrtVt inspector tam prrrei
to redelivered on UitVmreels wherever order
ed by the at rt inJpetnr or or city council.
Jlonu loneKlven ipr l.umnii performance 01
any bid accented In therouncll The city re-
lervcs the riunt icirejerianv ami an dm.
11 A Mayor.
Louisville, April 7. Partly cloudy
weather; probably local showers
Canvassed tho Returns.
The Democratic county committee
met yesterday and canvassed the returns
of Saturday's primary. The
only material chance utscovced wn
that Undertaker Chas. Ruth had been
nominated for coroner instead of Mr.
Nat Knelier. J
Monday, April 12 at the Robins
Glass & Queenswnre Company's low
Auk a loreelosurc.
Messrs. A. S. and Fletcher Terrell
yesterday instituted proceedings in
tho circuit court against Adolph and
Allie Seaton to recover a judgment
for $2,802, alleged to be due on tl.reo
notes given in payment for pmpuity,
and to foreclose u mortgage ni the
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Sec Scott Uardvaj'C oiriiunrwi ad
about granjto iron ware (J ttftrt
All trains via the Irrm Mouulain
Route are running through from St.
Louis to Memphis, llotj Springs and
all Texas points witliput delay. 7al4
! 1 r
Whether it's tl SlUOUOT a cold or
just a snillle, y fill can' cure it lor
pood with Dr. Del KsPifi
i.hls family rcme taken in time
will stop the nrocress of
tion and bring tnelc olor of health to
the pallid cliee WSv ild by
ger & Walker, VUll nd Uroadway.
Two new bcdstejld with mattresses.
Call at 32C North Fourth street.
Will be sold cheap on account of
room. 7a 4t
Elegant cheese of i kinds served
with a cold glass of fer by S.Starks,
S. 2nd St 7a3
The Endeavor Society Ofytl le First
Chaistian ChilrelnillNli aim a social
Thursday nichtln the w triors of the
church. The allmissio dWill be 15c.
All come, brinA your icissors and
cut for the prize
ICopiibilcan Committee Meeting.
The Republican county committee
is called to meet at tho Svs olllcc
Friday April Dili. A full meeting is
F. M. Fisiikk, Chairman.
llor.su Fur Sale
Gentle driver, safe for anybody to
drive. Will sell clieai if sold at
L. M. BltKNN'KItS ' bkW,
437 South Fourth-Street.
Itcnl Folate Transfers.
Adkins & Cochran deed to D. R.
Yciser for $120, a lot in Afton
No Services Tonight.
There will be no church at the
ualaoite cuurcii, owing to some repairs
being made on tho inside of the
Purify Your Blood
Dr. Claxton's J.
It U not a pftluu medicine, IIh niaken
of ll formula. It U made
from ttie folluwlni? well known
dlea t V
MlUMKia (WUt u'd Dellglil)
WmnL Vh Mandrake V
TBr I PTIMilyA'b
JRi r.lcorlc Hoot
y W - J I Ssafr.tH
WM W I Iodide 1'otasb
TJgt Wf I Iodide iron y
M? JST I Ak your family doctor If It U not a
HtfB I blood liuxllclnr.
B I Sold only at
L I McPHERON'S
HF I I TH DRUG STORE
Wy tat7d BROADWAY.
J. D. Bacornfe Co.
Can prepare your family or prlvnto
rcclpos, from n llnimont to n corn
euro, and do ltjlght. -
Skvkktii akd Jackson Stiikkts, I'amtcaii, Kv.
Harlan Grilllth left this
Mr. II. 1). Scott has returned from
Ja kson, Tcnn.
C. A. F. Rondeau, of St. L-mi-i, is
at the Palmer.
L. K. Van de Grift, of Xaslnillc,
is at the Palmer.
Mr. John L. Parham came in to-
dar from Tennessee.
J. T. Jean, of Mt. Vernon, is at
the New Richmond.
Col. Frank 11. Richardson, of St.
Louis, is in the city.
II. U. McKinncy, of Hopkiusville,
is at the Palmer House.
Mr. J. W. Lcckromc.of
is in the city.
Dr. Will Reed has returned from a
six months' trip through Kurope.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliul
lloaz. of South hlcvcnth street, a
Rons To Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
hitehcad. of Tennessee street, a
Master Mechanic J. S. Chambers
ncnt to Memphis yesterday on bust
Mrs. Chas. Abbott went up to
Golconda this morning on nisit to
Mrs. Dr. E. E. Sutherland left at
noon for Water Valley, ou a visit to
Horn to Mr, and Mrs. Mini Ag
new, of South Fourth street, a 12
Mrs. Conductor Forsythe has re
lumed from a month's visit to Otta
Mrs. Tom MeConncll.of Arlington,
is a guest of Mrs. C. II. Thomas, at
Ninth and Clay.
Secretary Henry E. Rosevcar, of
the V. M. C. A., arrived from Louisville
Jno. Bell, L. S. Parks and F. O.
Watts, bankers and express men of
Union City, returned home today.
Mr. James Fcrriinan and wife, of
Grand Rivers, arrived yesterday, being
called by the death of Mr. L. W.
Miss Bess Wllford will return to
MayDeld tomorrow after a visit to
the Misses Puryuar, on North
Miss Mary Fcrriinan, of Chicago,
is expected today to attend the funeral
of her brother-in-law, Mr. L.
Mrs. Ruston returned to Evans-ville
this morning accompanied by
Miss Baker, of West Broadway, who
will visit her.
Mr. David C. Rose, the popular
young hustler for the Louisville
Post," was in the city today en
route to Murray.
Mrs. Katie Bolds and Mr. Liston
Dunn will be married at 5 o'clock
this afternoon at the St. Francis dc
Sales church by Rev. Father Janscn.
Misses Annie and Mary Hale are
guests Mrs. C. E. Jennings for a few;
days, i hey are en route to their
home in May field from a visit to
Editor Chas. M. Mcaeham, of the
Hopkinsville Kentuckian, passed
through the city today en route to
Murray to attend the judicial convention.
Patrons of the Water Company
are reminded that rents for
litis quarter jwere duo'April 1st.
Those who intend to renew their
rents should jdo so by
as all premises in arrears after
that date will be shut off. 7a 1
ASKK1 FOK A PARDON.
Voung George Loroy .May he
Congressman C. K. Wheeler has
applied to President McKinley for a
(isrdon for young George Leroy, who
was given n term iti the Jeffersonvillo
prison at tho November term of the
United States court for counterfeiting.
Young Leroy formerly lived here,
and is very young.
Congressman Whcehr stated today
that he thought ho would get the par
don, and hoped so, at least.
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Another lot of "Golden Gate"
table ware in Vitreou'China will arrive
at the Robins GJass and Queens-ware
Company in afew days. 7a4
SMITH HELl) OVER.
He Will Likely Get n Term in the
Frank Smith, colored, arrested for
(dealing corn and other things from
M. Duncan, of the New Dope sec- is
iou, was given n preliminary hearing
before Justice Winchester yesterday
afternoon and held over to the circuit
court. He will be indicted by the
grand jury now in session.
Is Said that Mo Will Oiten 11
Queensware Stoic Here.
Mr. Joe Randall, the well known
engineer, will cinlmk iu tho queens-ware
business here iu a short time,
according to reports. Mr. Randall
until ropptitlv work pi I for llic llliiwil.it
Central, and is one of the most popu
lar men in Padiicah. He Is now iu
Electric light Globes at tholtohins nt
Glass and Quccnjwaro company.
J. D. JBtfcon & Co.
IVo mato a (specialty of clitalnlr.R
nil kinds of barks, roots and rcriiH, bo
that vou can cAt nnythlntr y uiwant
In this of J o'
Amiteiu'ri in .huljre Sanders'
A FEW FINES ASSESSEO.
Cetieral Fight on South Sexenth
fSlrcct Lust Night.
A FEW C0NTINUN:ES EfUNTEO.
Tom Parker. Monroe Veath, Nick
Armstrong and Rufus ltiutto:i, colored,
had a general light near Seventh
and Adams last night. Sevetal
of them ran into John Moore's store,
and Veath drew a pistol and created
considerable excitement by his bellig
erence foi a time, until Jeff Carttr, a
clerk, ejected the whole crowd.
Ihe ease auainst llronston was
dismissed at the instance of Attorney
Reeves this morninir and the other
cases were continued.
AI I'orcinan, one of the proprietors
of the Log Cabin Saloon, was
charged this niornina with shooting
a pistol inside the city limits, llu
pistol went off inside the saloon and
when olllcers went in the voutiir man
told them that he was shooting rats
He explained t' Judge Sanders thi:
morning, how eve.', that the pistol h
had in lih htnd was a relic 150 years
old, and couldn't shoot. He said the
pistol that wa3 discharged was one he
uccident'y knocked oil the counter,
and the case was dismissed.
The case against Carsh Little,
cliarued with striking Burnett Bcure
gard, colored, in the the head with a
-poke, was continued. Mr. Little
claimed that the darkey wouldn't
work and assaulted him when lie was
George Winston and Jim Smith,
colored, were arrested for engaging
in a fight at Halloran's saloon last
night. Winston pursued Smith with
a pistol and both pleaded guilty this
morning and the former was flued
?10 and costs and the other So and
George Wright, colored, claims
that some one ran into him last night
about 7 o'clock in froutof Halloran's
saloon, nt Second and Court. He
cursed Olllccr Frank Orr, who happened
to be the man, who ran into
liim while making an arrest, and became
so threatening that the olllccr
had to club him. He was charged
with interfering with an olllccr this
morning, but the warrant was dismissed.
"Tin: STATi:3 I)UTV,
All Interesting Number for April
"The State's Duty" for April,
published nt St. Louis, contains the
balance of the article on roads, bj
Francis V. Green, President of the
Barber Asphalt Conulany. Thi
article, winch was begun iu the
March number, is nn admirable
skctcli of the history of road building
nnd i's effect upon civilization
An nrticle on General Principles
for Highway Legislation, by Guy M.
Walker, of St. Louis, Mo., outline?
a plan which will arouse n great deal
of discussion mid will, we doubt iiot,
have a large iulluence on future road
legislation. It certainly is the best
plan we have yet seen proposed. An
article by Judge Thayer, of Iowa, on
the financial features of road building,
suggests federal aid by ihe is
suance of lonij term bonds. The edi
torials nre pointed and timely, notably
those on the southern Hoods,
cuiiiict labor and library buildings
1'he "Slate'H Duty" may justly claim
much credit for having secured the
passage, by the Mis ouri Legislature,
of the bill creating a supervising
li'iard of charities and corrections.
AIXAKI) IS IIEIti:
Impositions ISeing TnKcn in His
Judge Courtney, of Metropolis, is
in the city today taking depositions
111 the Oliver Allan! divorce suit.
Allan! is now in the city at the
home of his daughter, on North
Third street, and is better.
run FAST Uy
At Morton' Op. ra lliiuso To
"The Fast Mail"Aill appear at
the opera house toinglit. The, play
a great favorite;' heie and will no
doubt draw out ilaruq crowd. Seats
can be sicured ul VanCulin's
Larue Hand Goes to St.
ou tho Mujilouor.
A large band of gypsies, who have
been camping about the city for several
weeks past trading horses, left
with twenty horses, several wagons
and their families, on the Muj flower
this morning. They will go to St.
tico lloy Wanted.
Call on Doctors . FoVtcr aud Win-
it.it. 1 il! I 1
01.uu, iuii j Diuiuiniiy. '
Cups and saucers at 1 IcTit Fct iCl
Ihe Robins Gluts & (jucciisiwiif
Company Monday, Apul 12. 7al.
The Pailio. Auction aiiHe Go.
The enure stock of Shoes. ClotlUntC Dry Good Jewelry,
Furniturand Cirpets of the Louisville Department Store was purchased
at SHERIFF'S SALE atuvryIow price and we are prepared to sell
mittt. nnnAt if ! ili.in m.inuf.ietiirrr's Driers. CVimr rartv and
secure bargains before they arc gone.
V PAnnrAH ATir.TiON & storarf m
Corner Third and Gjurt.
Wreck on the Main Lino of the I.
U. Lust Nitrlit
Flagman Scott Said to Ilavu Iteen
Asleep on the Caboose.
There was a wreck on tho main
line of the Illinois CeHral at 1 1 :S
o'clock last night.
Freight train No. 21 collided with
No 72, another freight, in the South
Fulton yards, demolishing the
and overturning two other cars
of No. 72.
Flagman Ed Scott, of No. 72, U
said to have been asleep nnd gave no
signal, and the blame seems to be
his. He was badly injured and will
As the wreck was not on this division
lie was hot brought to the hospital
On the Padiicah Street Kail
C.n Will Kim l'p to tlio Pop ol
The Padiicah Street Railway Company
has decided ou a new improvement
which will be an advantage to
the company, as well as a great benefit
to the public.
The car line will in a short
time be extended from the station at
Li Belle park to the top of the hill,
and those who attend the summer
pcrforininces will be carried almost
to t'te theater entrance. This will,
no doubt conduce to much greater
patronage. It is probable that a
complete belt line will be made
around the park.
Some of the 1. C. Conductors Will
Go to California.
Other .Matters of Local
and lteccnt Ovciirrcncu.
Some of the Illinois Central con
ductors are preparing to ,ltakc ill"
the excursion which leaves St. Louis
ou May 5th for Los Angeles. Cali
fornia. The fare is just 815 fur the
round trip for sleeping berths, with
no charge for transportation.
Yardinaster Bob Nelson left at
noon for Memphis, on an indefinite
visit. Hicks Hamilton is yardinas
ter during his absence.
Baggajemaster Will Flowers is
slightly crippled up today. Last
night a 175 pound trunk fell upon his
right foot, and took off a nail or two,
but did uot sullice to lay him up.
Special Agent C. W. Huntley
came in this morning from a trip
down the road.
Roadmaster A. I'. Sabin, of the
I. C, was in the city last night.
Herbert T. Buchanan, a
known Ad ms expressman, of
Louis, was a guest of some
messengers and local agents
Mr. Kd. Hook is kin ingi
American Express Company S-
nagon during the teuipor
tion of Mr W. A. Spink iu S.
Conductor D C. Cameron left at
noon for Ne bern, Tcuu., t) accept
a local run between Newborn and
Memphis. He is one of the most
popular as well as oldest conductors
on the road, and Padiicah will miss
him. His wifdis uow in Covingtou,
Hut One Will Likely Have to Do
President Lang, of the school
hoard, notified Mr. W. A. Wickliffe
this morning, pursuant to u resolution
of the board last night, that he
would have to resign either as a grand
juror or a census enumerator, one
position is inimical to a successful
discharge of the duties of the other.
Mr. Wickliffe said that he was doing
his census work before and after
court ii'ljoiirued, and had already taken
a large portion of the first ward
President Lang had no authority to
do more than notify liim, however,
nnd tliii matter was referrred to
Chairman Leake, of the finance committee,
but this afternoon no decision
had been reached.
b. MarKs lias alHay 011 hand the
very finest Swiss, nil llm and Imported
Cheese to ho servi with a cold,
fresh glass of been 7n3
Ur.med. Aibart Bernheim.
1-3 V. 51.
Remember the place,
Mr..!. S. Unrtine Pusses Through
Uoinsr to Nashville.
It in Charge of the DiupiCHiie Kqn
IH'I Club's i:lilliUinn.
Mr. J E. Burtine, of Philadelphia,
arrived this inoruiiig from Pittsburg
on the Buckeye State, en route to
Nashville, to exhibit at the exposition
a nauiber of standard bred dogs be
longing to the Duqucsnc Kennel Club,
Mr. Buriiiio was formerly proprietor
of the Parisian Dog Circus, nnd
had a dozen line does of different
varieties with him this morning. Ho
left 011 the Bultorff for Naslnille this
SIGH THE PETITIONS
or a Financial
Commission to Inves
niciit of the finance (Question.
Our Board of Trade has been re
quested to petition Congress to appoint
a non-political commission to
thoroughly investigate tho host means
to settle the financial question for the
United States. All pcrsous interested
can sign petit ons nt City National
Bmk, Citizens Savings Bank,
American German Hank aud
Banking Company. Petition
must lie signed today or touiorrow.
A nice wash bowl arm pitcher at
38c for the pair at "the Robins Glas
& ljuccnswaic ,yompany Monday,
Annl 12. al
TIILFAST MAI! yr
The Attraction nth Opera House
Lincoln J. qartpr's "Fast Mail"
will be the attraction at the opera
house tonight, hears can be reserved
at VanCulin's bvjX store.
lvvardaspecialty, Eyes, Ear,
5d TrTroatXParffieaX. Ky. ly
At the SiVoillco old papery nice
aud clean.ust lienlii tir put un-der
carpeis audwiti shelves. 25 cents
LAC2 STILL IN DEMAND.
Wen Hold lllclinml I.oit, Art
Trlmmnl ultli li.
The demand for Inco Is iucrcalii(,'
onMnntly. It now viilrrsjnto tliecnm
position of mivst of the new Miinrl
Losses, whether htph or low blicll
plnitiup! lietwecn open fronti,
I'olerov, berthas nnd rpniilcttrs, l.ice
Trillings surmounting high collnm,
ml luee rullles to longAlvetes, ami the
bodice brought out nt this time always
iliiiilou forth hpring fnxliiotis.
Sleeies nro being .lowly nnd turcly
cm lalktl in width, but the
about the tops of the armholo is
maintained, and this is nartlv com-
I no'-ed of lnee.
Tho re Ivnl of tho Rklrt open In front
o ns to show n tnblicr of another material
Is nlso n Mle which entails tu
considerable expenditure of lace, cither
of iiiece laco or of flounc
Since evening dresses of tho latest
patteninn tullo or nioiiRsclIno do tolo
11 many ciuses flnUued with deep
ounces of lace, It follows, almost ns :i
natter of course, that ninny fimiinol
rnstiune.s will bo trimmed In MKo
1'ieco lace must nlso bo reckoned
as a dress material applicable to
evening nnd Hiiiniuer wear.
Iiee nlso carries the day as nn ornamentation
on underwear In tho shape
if rufih' for dr.iwers, gathered bertha)
for chemises nnd deep collars for night
JrcsKcs. I.nce will nlso be included
among millinery material. A .Mine.
Roland capote, consisting of a crown
with iv filling of soft laco falling ocr
the linlr, which has lately made its appearance,
has met with much success.
A great deal villi also bo done with
ribbons during the ensuing season.
Latterly tho sale of ribbons lias fallen
01T considerably, but full amends nre
going to bu inmle for nn unproductive
autumn nnd early winter. Tho reviving
taste for them, is chiefly duo to the,
strenuous efforts mmlo by tho manufacturers
to push fresh wares on tho
Some of tho ribbons pnncd for the
millinery trade arc of tho richest description
nnd extremely expensive, owing
to the difllciiltlrH that have to bo
overcome In tlielr manufacture. De-sides
the rlblionH with nn antique focc,
soft satin back and tchet edge, other
niolie ribbons nre produced with glnco
effect h, either plain or figured, with
floral designs of another shade.
A elnss of ribbons likely to becomo
wiy popular exhibits white scrolls on
bluu grounilK with or without an
Striped and other wlilto fancy ribbons
nro lielng used Instead of materials
by dressmakers, to trim IkxIIccs
laid on in berthns, f riflings nnd folds,
lllbhnn Is tho priuelp.il component of
the dressy blouses. Kronomist.
(NKXT pawikr OUfiK.)
You can make your llarn do
010 uuiy ncro 111 nuv T g all tliai is
beautiful and heeomf UiT in .Millinery.
Wo put more Ideas 1 rfd creative
ma into our aiming than
all othorn combined in l'atlucah. To
1ll1t.Vnilwt.rtaf t.n I.. .11..... I ..r...a..1l !.
our stock Is dolnjr your good looks
UI1U JillIBU 1111 IIMllBUCC.
Tho eenson Is rich ill checks but
blncks and navy bluesare great for
BKirisniui make ureHstfs mat are always
ready nnd stylishand becoming,
Wo Invito you hero tollnger tho quality
and consider tho yrlceH to boo If wo
aro not really saving you 10 to US por
cont. Wo beliovo jwe nre nnd that
you will think ho too.
Splendid 30 Inch all wools In variety
at 22 1
Very choice 40 inch porges nt 20c.
High grndo 33 inch Novelties in variety
Sklrtinir Jnekardsat 47o.
Very lino 62 inch Mohair Uhivlott at
.nd hundreds of other etyles of
qually low prices
A stock of mateblesa beauty, ntylos
beyond description. .Prices tl nt will
do us credit and please our customers
prices 33c, U5c, 20c, 7e, 15e, 12
11 10c, tie, 8 7 1-2 down to
stylish capes for better; good for only
20 styles of deep hantburg v
tVnt wo chance to buy rtwivy undi r
regular prices your eholco for 10 an d
Your eholco of very II no torcborr.
lacos nt 6e, (1 8 lie, 10c ittvl
12 a yard that you fiao often
considered cheap at more II an doulilo
tho nrlco. The newest linrniton lace
border veiliugH at 60 and 76c a veil.
Malinc nnd dotted Hilkvcilliurs even
down to 6e a yard.
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roller for 16e, 20o, 25(, 30o ntid 35c a
Iico cu rtains at xtromoly low prleet
39c, 75c, Mc, 91-25 8 ?lil8l.i5nndi2.0( ;
nil in ft.1. n lutir
Soft finish bleached domestic at 11-2
6c, tie nnd 6 a yard.
The best ribbed hose for Iiovh and
girls ever solb in I'.ulucuh nt 2 pair for
It Is K.ild that CongresMf is now legls
latiug a bill that will dqiihlo tho price
on all cheap ma'tlngsand add I6o a
yard to tho 20 and 2.vqunlitieH. Wo
nave just received n nice assortment
of straw and cotton warp mattings and
will bo pleased to you see them
for your mattings wiut, prices too,
12 17c, 20c and 25 .1 yard.
North Third Street.
MORTON'S OPERA HOUSE.
FurrciiKii Tkkuku., Manager.
Wednesday, April 7th.
Lincoln lOitfSOl specioi scenery
Carter's ( Hghi ol iheFasl Moil
Scenic Nfaaoffk Foils
WltV f Boiling Mist.
The nail wrkino Enome.
'anil 1 J Freight Oars
Realistic River scene
Mail end srabOQi WM
an.uthcr MatllniR I liit
I'rlcen SS, , Mamt .7ri
SratHim m Turml.mornlliR at u.tul jiUrt
rurrciiKK tkiiheu,, won.
Three Nights iS: Saturday Matinee
Thursday, vApril 8th.
Producing Animated Pictures
Producing Latest Vocal and Iu.
A Refined Inhibition.
Amusing, Instructive nnd Interesting.
20 And 30 ocnH Smig on tilo
Thursday at uyuil iUct.
. P.T. L
Tho American ProtectivoTariff League
U a national organization advocating
"Protection to American Labor and
Industry" as explained by its constitu
tion, as follows:
"Th. obiwi of thlt UOu. hall b. to proUet
Am.noan (.ber 1 by Unff 3n impuni. wnpon Bn.ll
tdqutttly i.cur. Am.rfon Induitrtd produoU
(unti in. oomfxuuon or rorijn ior,
Thero are no porsonal or private
profits in connection with tho organi
zatlon and it is sustained by member
ships, contributions, and tho distribu
tion of its publications.
FIRST! Corr.ioondi la aoliolUd
"M.mb.rahip" and "Official Corr.tpond.nU.
SECOND: W. ntd and wloom oontnbuUoni,
whath.r amall or lar(, to aur oautfc
THIRD: Wa publiih a larj. tin. of dooummU
oovtrln( all phat.t of th Tariff quMtlon.
will b. maiM to any addrata fop 00 oanta.
FOURTH: Sand petal card raquMt tor tr
mpl. oopy f th. "Am.rioan Coonomltt.'
Addraaa VVilbursP. Wakaman, O.naral Baoratair,
ISO Watt 23
Wanted An li a thlDtoDalrnir cf Who aome ran almpl. think
rrotrct yqyr Wl nay man firing jou wraun.
Wrll. J6W WBUnElinUIlN CO , ralent Atmr.
nr;a. WaahTVn. I). C, for !. prlaa offer
ad now Uat or on. laouMiid InTeotloua
Genuine Granite Ironware
l'L " " Drihk Cup
31. " " Measure
as follow MS
3 qt. Genuine Granite
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3 18 to 324 Broadway.
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Caligraphf and Densmore
)o7 SOUTH SECOND STREET
DrirWill tuehango fcr old Maehlnofat liberal flcurori.
C. P. Bdhrader.
Fresh Meats, &c.
Low pueec, pnimpl and polite Attention. Give me a Iriml onler and
will please. ou. l-'re" de ivcry to nfl parts of the city.
Talophono 100: Cor. 12th & Madison.
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just xveceiveo vur
14i -, -- m. J .
ujjjiug ana jummer jooqs
W are nowiep.rul
Also very man) liaiulvoine effects
Shirt Waists andWaist Patterns.
We want your patronage and will hcfthnnkiul for it too.
JNO. J. DORIAN
205 BrPidway, Opposite Lang Bros.' Drilg Slot?.
Regular Meals 15c. (SD
jfiu I tuUvrnrii In annoiiii
Cliik'luthr rlUTvuii iiMiilili Ui.it I luiv.
ojirueil a ri'ntnuran .u
)UO -L OUt Second.
Table HrrIrn nnd Iuk cndurii'd by
We live to fUiajcand toniyvin',
Ami uo it wiurtnv uTrxi ;
Caay nhJrWjrffJ hair cut y(ll,
Tom mireiy touches lliih
Kaznra ttn and out ollijtit
I.adlra nalr cut anu dpfaard
Lnlldren like my jilaof? beat.
Will ahare lb llrluft and the dr;d.
And call and ahavlhe lc In bed,
Our laundry I on he boom.
With cleai place fctid coney room.
Our price la low, iWnnly len:
Our patroDS are tho bTrijiien,
(rcuur nelMiuvhl llhecnn.il.ti.ind,
Hut have cleaned It up and liladu a llrst claim
Itemember th. nam and Ijl.ice,
LITTLE TOM ATKINS.
HI lrn Iwhp
New Barbeu Shop.
;. i CKOUUl 1 ,
lOS's, S. Second,
Now I'liriilture, clean Ti: IWll MM keen
lurorn M.aviUKandlnilrc iumiiik fluin 111 tho
Praetlco in n courts.
Oflice, H Railway, bet, .ith and
fith, over l'hoinnboii, the Tailor's.
Days we will sell
Tea or Coffee Pot jqc each.'
Rice Boiler (with cup) 39c "
TcaKettlo 49c "
Pan 10c "
Vah Basin ic "
Sign of Big Hatchet.
GARS. ING RUSH
1 t.iA tv
to hliow many of the latest
IN DRESS GOODS.
nre froin the bet shoe factories, the
latest la.stV and tip to date in color and
hhnpe, And our prices on shoes suit
we 1ive an excellent line of ladies
ir .yi.in urt.
I All kinds nf VrtA nniitiAiLt Mit. ISim
I -eat l.ard nnd .SalftTire ll,n,n. -.'..V.
but home mean, aud uuaraAlro thau to b5
The Secondhand Man,
214 Count Street.
lias flomo oxcollont barga, lIn
Second Hand Clothing
C- L'- a -. . ,
tc uis ?j phots.
There aie none better.
Shoes rejmired nnd dOrfvorcd to any
ji.iri oi wio city.
'i juu imvo uwii urr Ufollilnc or
Shoes to sell notify lilra bjiostal card
mm iiu win can anu got mom.
Una opened a now stoi akot
ni ins Btnnii on tlio corner of Jfovnnth
and Adtnna. Gall and soo him and get
hla prlcea j ho will Bavo yoimoney on
OVOrythllie VOll oat. Krnntfnllvnrv in
all parte of tho city.