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lours i or mieinoss,
FOR ONi WEEK ONLY
A DRUG STORE
And all kinds of
one on short notice and
on reasonable terms'. Satisfaction
Greif & Christy
319 Count Stkkbc.
Tne Birthplace of low Prices
Hero's a store nllod with fresh
'io morcnandiso, bought to fit your
j us 10 your enure Baustaction. .Not
! rashy makeshift In tho stock. The
Uj)Us were bought right, and you
0 1 depend upon it will bo sold right.
Wo'ro mnklng dry goods history by
so ling roliablo goods at honestly low
pr.ces. Thoro'a many a helpful hint
awaiting you Hero now.
Choice Dress Goods.
Thirty-six inch wide all wool, In
boiutiful new combinations 35c is
uIr regular value you can have
.cn for only 25o a yard this week.
Inch all-wool dress flannels
in a.I desirable fall colors, should
rang 40c; como and get them for only
i n yard. Tho prico may bo higher
inch ladies' cloths at 60c
a ul broadcloths for Mo that aro very
si ich bolow value that merit your
Black dress goods at prices
low. Oomo flngor and prico them.
Karo novelties nnd great values
iwalt vou In our cloak room. A great
;:uu 01 uanusomo new jacnots expected
this week. To miss seeing our
jjirmonts boforo you buy is to miss
-wing tho correct thing. No store
il match the perfect lit, tho suporb
7 lallty and stylo wo give
you for our prices. It's not talk, but
Como and ilguro with us.
New Ideas in Millinery.
Tho greatest valuos j ou oyer saw
nro to ue uau nero. Tno most elegant
effects--real bargains of
..lercst in swell styles. Othors can't
eq ml the etyles, and fall Hat on the
prlco. A grout sale of high-class stufT.
lids and bonnets mado to ordor on
h )rt notleo Klondyko and cowboy
oils and folt and c oth sailors in nil
i olors aro being received from day to
uiv, and priceb mado that will pleaso
you. Why pay 81 .CO on Uroadway for
our 49o cowboy liat?
Great Sale of Hosiery.
Men's gray mixed box, two pairs for
iVS', worth double.
iMon's mixed cotton box, four pairs
lor We, sold everywhere at threo pairs
for that prlco.
Women's Hormsdorf hoso, double
Heel and toes, a good 20c valuo, our
If you want tho best mude for a
quarter, In quality and dyo, it will be
iound hero The Onvx.
Shoes and Boots.
Why pay moro for Inferior quality?
h wo are not in position to save vou
monoy on shoes there's none In
so situated. IfvJJl pay Judges to
jejhere boforo buying elsewhere.
uarautee mac you'll not lose
iiu .k, iinru mruei.
1 Y Just ba?k of yWallersteIn,
!S FOR BARGAIN SEEKERS
' Threo hundred vimli of lii:tlful taffeta silks. In Roman stripes and
J rsiau i fleets, ami 200 vU of ulcgnnt satin rhadamcB, bcnutiful effects
l!ii goods would bu uonidn d i heap at $1.00 and $1.50 our price for
.. week, onl oOjautl .
Ono hundred new sntnplo dnss b' irts, in all of the uow Conthco plaids
. . tilaiks, well worlli $2.60 ami S3, 00, our prico 11,60. Another Kt m
t x 'crges, irrponi and fancy fli red sdk, woith $5.00, ?8 00 and $12 00,
Mil iircH $2 00. g4 00 "i. 5U.no.
Handsome stltt wifats mjulu to order, $2.00, $2.60 and $3.00, worth
A new lot of sample cajcs, all styles and colors,
A beautiful lot of black velvet pattern hats, profusely trimmed with rich
n.'. ic'i fcVbirs, tno most ftljiuh bats of the season. These huts nro well
r li $7.00 and $8.00 our prices $3.50 and $4.00.
Anotlitr lot of handsomely trimmed hats, dilTorcnt styles
from. Theio hats are well worth $100 and $1.50 our pries
J CO nml $2.50.
Another lot 1 1 now rimmed bats, all colors. Thcso hats, while they
'ast. co for $1 00.
Anew lot of lino hair switclc, regular price $3.00 and $1.00, w.hllc
:n.y last our piicc Si.00 nd $2.oON
Beats 10 to I.
Vroctnr & Grishatn, Kegcnt, La.,
wiile: uVe have sold twenty-four
b Ules of Dr. JlpwlenualPs Chill
t 'uro 10 one of any other since wo
have had it iu stock, and we have flvo
o her brauds." If it is uot the best
i medy for malailnl complaints you
h vo ever tried. I)u Hois & Co. will
refund the money. I'rlce 50c. tf
And partisans whese favorites
were elected to stay ct home
can find balm for their wounded
feelings and consolation in
defeat by indulging in the
.soothing luxury of smoking
one of our celebrated
hAd only at
We nreexclusive agents
for this renowned instrument,
from pocket size
i,'x2 to No. 4 Kodak,
4x5. Films for same in
THIRD AND BROADWAY
Docs your watch run correctly?
If not, bring it to where jou
know it will be properly repaired.
Our subscribers aro requested
to report any neglect on part of
carrier or any other employe of
this office. Should yon fail to
get your paper wo will consider
it a great favor if you will report
to tho business1 office or
rinjf icJpione 358.
Medical Convention Over.
Tho state convention of the Eclectic
Medical Association adjourned
last nighty after a two days' entertaining
and instructive meeting at
Elk's hall. The meeting wa3 concluded
last night by a delightful lec
ture, entitled "Sense and Nonsense
in Medicine," by Prof T. J. Locke,
of Newport. Most of the visiting
doctors hare returned home.
We Oder One Hundred Dollars ItevrarJ for
ny cubs ol Catarrh tbat cannot bo cured by
Hull's Catarru Cure.
b J. CHKNKYA CO.. ProDS .Toledo, n
Wr.tlieunderrflgucd.hare known I'.J Cheney
tortus last 15 yean, and believe him jwrfectly
honorablo In a 1 bunlneM transactions, and
tlnancltlly ahlct to carry out any obligation
made by their Una.
WkstA. iuuax, Wholesale UruggUte, Toltv
WALLII0, KfNfCAX A. MillVIN, Vholcail
Drmtfe'lats, Toledo, O.
Hall a uatarrb Cure 1 taken Internally, act
ln directly upon the blood and mucuous
of the oytteui. Price T5c lwr bottle,
Sold by all drtiFRlali. TiuUtnoulaW free.
Hall's Family l'llbuiethe beit.
Ucatb at the Ilo.spltul.
Frank Carroll, a youog man of Mc-
cbanicsburg, who had been confined
in the city hospital for the past two
weeks from catarrh of the head, died
lait n'ght. He was 11 years of age.
Cures to Stuy Cured.
Thousands of voluntary certificates
received during the past fifteen years
certify with no uncertain sound, that
liotaoic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) will
cure to stay cured, itheumatlsm, Catarrh,
Ulcers, Sores, Blotches, and
the most malignant blood and skin
diseases. Botanic Blood Balm is the
result of forty cars experience of an
eminent, scientific und conscientious
physician. Send stamp for book of
wonderful cures, and learn which is
tho best remedy. Bcwaro of substi
tutes said to be "just as good" and
buy tho long-tested nnd old reliable
Batomo Blood Balm (B. B. B.)
l'ricoonly 61.00 per large bottle.
KKKKCTi:i AS KMJIIK CIMIK.
For over two years I have been a
great sufferer from Itheumatlsm,
iecting both shouluers to such an extent
that I could not put my coat on
without help. Tho use of six bottles
of Botanic Blood Balm, B. B. B., effected
an cntiro cure. I refer to
Kcv. W. W. Wadsworlh, proprietor
Coweta Advertiser, nnd to all merchants
Jacoii F. SrONClER,
ftcwnuti, (J ti,
For salo by Druggists.
Yellow Fcyer L'ntiroly
Quarantine having been raised in
all the Southern states, thu Nashville,
Chattanooga und SI. Louis
railway has resumed the sale of tickets
to all local and foreign points.
F. 1J. Teaciiout, C. P. & T.A.,
Incandescent lamp globes suitable
I or system for sale at AlcPJicrson's
rufftore. ., tf
Mnvftr .Inlm l.nnilor twttiirnp.1 In
Ca vert City tliM morning. I
Coroner Krvo Johnson, of
Held, is in tho cHy today. i
Judgo 1). G. Park, of Maj field, Is
iu the city attending court. 1
Mr. Arch House and Miss Mary
Cartither "ill bo married tonight.
Miss l.ida Uobertson of MayfleM,
arrived this muridng on a visit. 1
Clias. Brand and Y. C. Pitman, of
Muylleld, c:c at Hotel Gilbcrto today.
Mr. Gcorgo Llgon, n well known
Mayucld tobacconist, was iu tho city
Traveling Auditor K B Teachotit,
of the N. C. & St. L , Was iu the cily
Kcv. J. W. l'enley, of Sliarpe,
Marshall couuty, was tu tho city today.
Mis Bickhard Woolfolk and llt(
son left at noou for Maj field '
visit. nn a
Miss Madgo Tucker and Mrs.
George Flournoy left nt uoon for
NKW 8TOUG Mn) ucW
Mr. Kk L. Miller nnd Miss Annie
M. Dell worth, of the county, wcic
Maishal McNutt and Oftlccr Win,
Hetlge, of Ma field, came up today
to attend U. S. Court.
Miss Lutto Pate, of Newbern,
Tcnn., is visiting her iUaxt lure. il.
Ilamiltou, of West Jackson street.
The opening gem an of the season
took place last uight at the Palmer
House, and was attended by a large
Miss Hatlle Nail, daughter of Rep
rcscntative J. J Nail, of iutttawa
was married last night to Mr. John
uoucrtson, a well known young man
of the same place.
Notice to the Public.
LOST Tli ec notes, given by E.
Gish, drawn in favor of either W.W.
Kimball Co., or Mr. J. I. Langstou,
given about the middle of Oct , 18D7,
payable as follows: First note
drawn for six months ; second note
drawn for twelve months, and third
note drawn for eighteen monthsj of
$o0 each, drawing interest at 4 per
cent. The said notes are tho prop
erty of W. W. Kimball Co., giien
for the sale of a Kimball piano, No.
00.710. We hereby notify tho pub
lie that said notes belong to W. W.
Kimball Co., and forbid any negotia
tions of said notes.
18n3 W. W. Kijiuali. Co.
Winter Tourist Kntcs.
The Illinois Central Itailroad company
has now on sale tickets to prominent
winter resorts iu Florida, Georgia,
South Carolina, Texas, New
Mexico and Mexico at reduced rates.
For further information apply to
J. T. Doxovas, C. A.,
pany will iill you f coal house now
cheaper than ai vone. Call and
Home Seekers' Excursions.
On Nov. 2, Nov. 1C, Dec. 7 and
Dec. 21 the Illinois Central Kailroad
company will sell first class
tickets to certain points in Alabama,
Arizona, Colorado, Dakota,
Iowa, Idaho, Kansai, Louisiana,
Missouri, Mississippi, Minnesota,
Nebraska, New Mexico,
Utah, Wisconsin and Wy
oming at ono fare, plus $2, for the
round trip, good for twenty-one days
to return, tor tickets or further in
formation apply to
J. T. Doxotak, C. A.,
How long have yctt been coughing
a day, a week, a month, a year?
Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure
that cough. There can be no doubt
of it, because it has cured many oth
ers equally severe. Everyone should
investigate the merits of this great
Notice to Shippers.
The Illinois Central Railroad com
pany is now prepared to handle all
shipments through Memphis to Illinois
Central and Yazoo and Mississippi
Volley stations, Arkansas,
Texas and western points; clso
through New Orleans via Southern
Pacific or Texas aud Pacific railroad
to Louisiana, Texts and western
points. J. T. Donovan,
17nl Com'l Agent.
The question is asked, why arc
Hank Bros. & Jones selling so ninny
stoves, both healing und cooking?
Because all tho goods arc new, none
carried over from last year. 17n3
Formers! Your Attention!
Owing to the lone drought trade
has been a little backward, aud as we
have a big stock will sell you tho cheapest
clothing ever offered in this citj .
Wo don't ask you to buy, but como
and look, nnd see our prices. See our
ac Alpine Hat, 3clU for?l.o0 every
where. A handsome lino of Plaid
Cnssimcrc suits for SO nnd 6G.50, sell
clsewhcro for $10 to $12. Give us n
call and be coninccd.
M. Kl'STKIN & Co.,
Star Clothing House,
10n2 212 Uroadway.
The G rand Lodge of Ken
tucky will convene in special
communication tomorrow nt
1 :U0 p. m iu tho Masonic Hull in the
Leech building on North Fourth
street, for the purpose of laying the
corner-stone of thu public school
building on West Uroadway. All
Master Masons fraternally Invited.
ly order of
II. II . Thompson,
(J rand Master.
Plain City will meet tonight toon
fer the M. M. degree.
Highest Honors World's Tali
Qold Medal, Midwinter Tair'j
A Pore Orspe Cream ol Tartar Porder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Price's ami French's Ifivcr
Palaces Slake for Green
"Hcnrt of ( IiIcuro" ut Morton's
Tonight. Other Amusement
Prico's Floating Palicc, nnd
French's New Sensation boat, both
of whiih were over at the liland, left
yesterday for Green River to rc?itmc
business, they started South, but
were forced north by the yellow fever
epidemic, and stopped here to
await a rise ia the rier.
Gross and RurKirk, comedians recently
with La Pearl's circm, are In
the city to spend a few days.
Prof. Murray Gilbert, the
did not go with Price's Floating
Opera yciterday, but may join
the show later.
- - -
1 1 11
Morton's Opera House may hi
dark during next week. There Is a
possibility, however, that at least occ
good attraction may be presented.
Prof. T J. Locke, of Newport, en
tertained a large crowd at Elks' Hall
hst night witli Ids lei ture, 'Sensc
and NoasenBo in Medicine." Prof.
Our line of Boys' and Children's
Shoes arc the best values
in the city.
Ix)cle is uot only a good speaker and
an able scientist, but a humorist of no
mean ability, as well. .
Tho "Heart of Chicago" will
ho witnessed by 11 large crowd ft
Morton's Opera House tonight. Tic
company played at Jackson, Teuu,,
Why buy trash? When
IJros. & Jones will sell yen good coal
hod3at tho samo price. 17n3
HOG HAS COST 81,000.
Vast Amount of Litigation Over a
Porkor Worth Only $10.
A Case In Which riirclljlr II.
lantrntcs the I'olly nf Gnlni;
o Imy (Iter Petty
Thcro Is a hog In Missouri that hai
cost one nrau 5000. Yet the animal is,
not worth ten dollars. Tho porker has
been U10 subject of MUgatlon between
Noah Klngsbcrry nnd John Zlmmcr,
and will cost tho latter, the defendant,
rt. I... .I.n tiMi n'i. 1..1.. ,-l
TI10 hog case Is known on tho docket
as that of .Voah Kingsberry versus John
John ZImmer. The court Malory of tht
It fiever Plains
But It Pours
TIIUKK HUNDRKI) PAIRS of men's nnd boys' boots received
on consignment to be closed out nt once, Tltj&Bostoii Shoe Manufac
tory Company guarantee every pair to be equal to any
,$2.oo or S2,5o boot on the market. We will close these
boots out nt the ridiculously low prices ol
We Imve nlso received .150 pairs of men's, Indies'
and children's shoes, .suitable for this rainy weather, to
be .old nt prices from 50c to $1.25, $1,50 nnd $2 00.
Cnmprr In liullnna Un can Kicltlns
Several llclglans who have been
cam plug near Selmn, 2nd., were awakened
a couple of nights apo by the barking
of their hoandj. Tbey found the
dogs barking- near o tre. In the
branchc of whkb Ihcy could ee iht
9 a JlsgtMtKKi -
dim outline of sniucaulma). 'Ihluklnti
it n coon, one of the men by thenamt
of Meijer shot at It. No sooner had he
dred than the Mounded animal, with 0
ccrecch, sprang from the tree nt Meijer,
striking blm In. tho breast. With Its
tlinrp claws it toro his clothes Into
ehreds nnd lacerated his flesh. It at
tempted to reach his throat, when it
as seized by one of the hounds, which
It in 1li All 1.n .1nn.
UatllC, thfn nttncl.cil It nnd nfler nn rreltlnn
struggle in wulcli Jno of the bounds
was Killed nnd two more were crippled
the men nnd remaining dogs succeeded
In hilling it.
The animal was taken. io the camp,
but none could tell what It was. The
next morning they took It to an old
hunter and trapper that lived near by
who said It was n Canadian lynx nnd
one of the largest hind. This Is the first
animal of that species that has been
killed in this locality for 30 curs, and
how It came to be there is a mystery.
CLEANING THE TREASURY.
Work la Uunr Ilnlly ! n MiimII .riu
There nre Mimcthlnif like it. miles
of corridors in the great treasury build-
case of Howard county, was decided in ,K.f El TJ
" ' 'M'
the Itandolpb circuit court the other ' l,c ' Bf T''
day. The jury awarded ft verdict la'11 T,T a,hman "r",,J ' ,een,,l,e
fafor of the plaintiff, fo t 'S"'" "? ?w C'eT, f ltt T
0or he rubbed,
one dollar damages, which leaves Zlm.,1or' ? ,n"!;,
n.er. tho defendant to pay Iho costs, W.V ba,t,,bo.!,r',?ml v-i "geIfne!'
amounting to ocrl,00o. Thcro are ',' ,,al ' CV '" " 1 ""J0"1''
abo two tlauder cases growing out of '"j1 WOrk ,R ,!ne,by "?"""' M,' T
Hie hog case. One of ,oni ta. iccn ' r. ' i" 'on,P,,n"V011. of ;" ", T
compromised and tho other probably' ,lho nve, ,,Bb"0.
ThefulloinountofthceJs In" ?t' "fl nd conducive to
tho flireo r1","nla''". ", ,,crc
eases, Including attorney's
,i..L i"..I .In, Uca '""1 pbited demand for
f... tn i, nnt.i ... n. . places ou
' - ...I, wlitllf. r )inil flflln llt. w i.i.ntili. I 4I.1.
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there Is forclericalpotitionsby
people of another clnes.
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t 1,::;; : ZtW ?r '. ,hr "ftemoon, just
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most famous cacs ever tried in the
stalo of Missouri. It was a suit for pos
scswion of a hog valued nt ten dollars
Noah Kingsberry ami John Zimmcr lit c
on adjoining farms Iu rramhtln town
iddp, Howard nearlCowlVanh
Hit. About a year and n half ago n hog
strayed onto Zimmer'a farm. Klncs
berry idcullflal tho liog us ono of il
ami sent lo Zlmmcr for It. Zlmmcr re
fused lo gho It uji, when IClngubcrrj
begau suit or Its possession, giving 11
replevin bond. Tho court ordered the
constable to laho tho liojr from Zlmmcr
and restore It to Kingsberry.
In the first trial of the cose, before n
jiisUco of tlio peace ,thcru was a mis
trial, and a new trial was ordered. The
second resulted in a 1 eixllct In t avor ol
Kingsberry. An appeal was tnhcu by
ZImmer to Iho circuit court of Howard
county ,and when the cose came to trial
It resulted In n second judgment In
Klngsbcrry'a f.vtor. Owing to tho nl
leged misconduct of onu of thn jurors
tlio juUgment was set nsiuo nnu a-yr
tnni orucrcu. y.unmcrs attorney,'
motion for n ,1,ai 1
once entered ti n, ehavj
en ue, which wns granted tiiltnu
count!', with tho result us en. f
One of tho blander caseti grow f
of tho uliovo was lhat of JMwanl'
ler ternus John 'Jim 1'
the close of ofllce hours Ac-
eoniinodatlons nre provided for tbem
upon 11 long line of wooden benches
In the basement of the building. They
huh 1111 jiour uciurn ino re
quired time, and find opportunity
thereby for gossip. At leakt that Is
supposed to lie the renton why they
conic before their time. Their caip Js
unique In Ibis They nre the
only employ cs of the goiernnienl In
Wartilrgton who nre anxious to get to
their unices before the time for going
to woik. Their Ji.bors arc finished
In two or three hour.
The gi enter number of those women
are past middle life, most of them nre
int anil the majority hate an accent.
'the little stipend of $20 11 month Is
the principnl support of n family In
many cose, nml when the poor crea
tures are diKchnreed It means n Vrent
deal to them. It Is often Mild thnt It
is harder for on ofllehil to discharge n
charwoman than to dispense with tho
leniees of n $1,200 cleric, for In tho
one rnne, while he hnr to Maud off n
congressman or a politician, In the other
he has lo meet the weeping anil wall-Ing
of 11 pmert.wtrlekeii woman, who
pof.estes 11 wealth of
pleadings that would move n heart nf
fctone to pllj. X. Y Pmn.
xi0tJR CLOTHING .
Still goes at low prices. Come and examine our goods and prices and
convince yourself. Vou will find n full btock of fall anil winter underwear,
ovcrbhirts, and pictty near everything a family needs.
Big inducements 111 boys' nnd children's bttits. Boys' heavy knee
pants, 35c, 35c and 50c.
PADUCAH AUGTION CO.
Open daily till 10 p.m.
THIRD AND COURT STREETS
(Miller) foUely with forhifj his (Miller's)
mother's name to a note ior$l,000,
width nnfe rns (JHeniolmmer.MUlM
claiming damage loUicnmo'mlof $J0,
R00. This hns hern compromised by
Zlmmcr releasing Miller of tho pay
ment of tho note nnd Interest urul pay
Ing Miller's attorney $250 feca and tlij
court nil the costs Iu the case.
TIip other slander suit h that of IM
wuxl'Kliijrslierry orslls John Zlmmet
for $10,000 damages. IMwanl Klnjjt
berry t.els out in his petition Hint tho
defendant Zimmer colled KlngbcjTy n
liar, hop thief, etc., In the presence ol
other pintles, and that Ids character
was damaged to the amount claimed.
KILL A CANADIAN LYNX.
I'flire the Urrnlaclt.
One of the itibcommlttec of the
mon(4dry commlslon uow tilting lu
Watblngton will inteetlgatc the
ekuscs of United States notes -n lib a
Ien hf devising1 n planior the retirement
of the grfobneks without causing
a contraction or olbtfrflUturbtme
of the currency.
This I one of the most Impoitnnf
subJfeM that the comiulusion will haie
to deal with. It n engngel the ntten
tion of our beat financier for man
j ears pait, Including' ieieracvfiurle"
of the treasury, und it Is the unanimous
opinion of tbosebcstquallflttl to judge
that the greenbacks should be rvtlrcd
At the time they were Issued It nerer
entered the mind of any person, that
they were to remain permanently
The fact that they were on
tlidr fnee gorcrnnient promises to pay
ns constnied as meaning that they
were to be redeemed nnd retired when
they had served their purpose nt the
earliest convenience of the government
This process of redemption nnd retirement
bojrnn soon nfler the war, liutll
AN & OWEN
$3 0 Buys Winter Tan Ciif Lined Shoe.
$3 Buys Genuine Calfskin Double Sole Shoe.
$222 Buys Genuine Satin Calf Double Sole Shoe.
.Shoes bought of us polished free.
w at stopped by congrefix and ivluw wnl
pufctcd that when redeemed they should
he rclwiued. From that time, to the
present they kie been n. troubhe breeding
factor In our cunvney ytcm, n
constnnt Miurce of anxiety to rery
secretary of treasury nnd a disturbing
clement In biulnes. They
should bo retired. ,
Xo doubt .Secretary Oagc will recommend
this In hts first annual report to
congrrM, nnd he may suggeit n deftnlte
pinn lor nccompllshiiig it. Itct ween his
plan and the one the monetary commit-ion
will offer eongrcm will bnve no
dlflleulty In formulating one thnt will
be Kafecnd feasible and that ran be carried
out without canning any disturb
ance 111 our currency fjstein.
Oar Inelnntlr f nrrrnry.
Xo goeniment popermoney syslcm
can pocsess the clement of elasticity
which is needed in n thoroughly sound
nnd fiiiiliclent national 'urrcney.
our present syMem currency accumulates
nnd stagnates for the greater
pnrt of Die year In Xew York. At
lait It Is demanded to move, the crops iu
tho west and many mlllloun of dollar
ure shipped out to wetern bunks to be
ueed for this purpose. Under n correct
system tho wcMern banks would bo
nblo to Incrcnpe rhelr note Utile In tho
fall when there is nn imperative need
for more money aud would not be
forced to borrow o. heavily from the
cnt. After Hie crops hod been marketed
this extra currency -would flow
Into the banks Issuing It for redemption
In Canada, which has nn clastic currency,
tho volume af money In circulation
always depends on the demund for
the nu of currency for business purposes.
With us (here b no way of meeting
a 1cmiornry demand except by the
starting of new banks or by nn net of
congress Increasing tho olurno of
greenbacks. Wa arc n protly smnrt
people, but In some things wo nro far
behind other tuition. Sound Money.
. i i ' ' ' r MiHiaa,'.i up -v
out for it. Heating stoves
in endless variety hard coal,
soft coal; gas and oil heaters.
Sole agents for the celebrated
Moore's Air - Tight Heaters
every stove guaranteed.
SCOTT HARDWARE GO.
HENRY MAMMBN, Jr.
A thoroughly equipped plant.
Vou need send nothing out of town.
Patent Flat-Opening Books....
J erf act POWDER
dot 1 luth Italy baking,
PURO : uiaimsT ORADE.
PEHFECT BAKING POWDER CO., St, Louis
The largest, finest
imported Frenctj Briar and
In the dty. Amber bits 11
Call early on
Everything in Its
WILL A. KOLLEY
IS THE RECORD
stock of staple nnd fancy groceries is
complete and up-to-date. Splendid line
of canned goods. Our nicnt market is
unexcelled, having everything in the line of
fresh and salt meats.
Cor. 9U1 and Trimble.
P. F. LALLY.
HAD HIS BRUTUS
IllslofyjcpoaU itself. But tho 'boys" are still in business at the .
XJm' old stands, nnd so is
We hae till been knifed.
Now, just to get even, wo aro knlllng
tho prices on
r DRY GOODS hE FURNISHINGS
Ladies' SHOKS, Men's SHOES, Misses' SHOES, Hoys' SHOES,
and all sorts of shoes. Every price iu our store will be "cut to
the core," so nil may feel glad that the campalgu Is o'ct. Wo ytt
have a few free rocking chairs for you.
JOHN J. DORIAN,
205 Broadway, Paducah, Ky.
DR, A, M. COVINGTON,
OF MKTItOPOLIH, ILL.
Tenders hit proreloe&! alliiuW
log from dlnaho of thu
EYE, IJAK, NOSE AND TIIKOAT
With nronilcrfiil nklll anj n euiraniee
totliote uuitrrialicn ,
Grapes, per basket, 10c.
1 qt cutiburnca, 10c.
1 it. chow-chow, 20c.
1 gal. Dill pickles, 8.5c.
Choice Northern Potatoes, 70o.
New crop N. O. Molasses, 00c.
2 1 lbs. choice Hour, 000.
L'l lbs. bist patent Hour, 7."ic.
I. L. IlAKnOLPH.
Tolophono 80. 123 South Second St.
MORTON'S OPERA HOUSE .
1 LUtllKH TmKi ll. llntUjicr.
18 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18
I.iucolii J. Carter's....
Great Spectacular Production,
The Heart of
HlejMiit Special Sccnerv.
Wiinderful Mechanical Devices.
MjKtcrimts Ulcclrienl Kffccts.
Viiid Picture of the Great Pitc.
m THE JURVELOOS OTOnCfiG IMIH
A pcwerful Company, iiitrottucfmr a
spleiidnl lineof HiKh.clans
vSf cSfn'iLo," '" "a,C
A GENEROUSLY GOOD NICKEL CIGAR.
ONCE TRIED, ALWAYS TAKEN.
For a Limited Tim
We will sell to each person once on "Saturdays
three 5-cent cigars for 10 cents. You can pick
your choice of the brands. Call on us at our
new drug store .11 you want a good cigar.
J. D. BACON & CO.,
Seventh and Jackson streets. Pharmacist
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