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Dry Goods
Shoes
Caro'etS
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For the
Children...
New Shades in
Tans and Ox Bloods.
Infants' and Children's.
Infants tan or ox Jriood turn 75c
Children's sizes 8 1-2 to 11, Si
to $1.50.
Children's sizes' 12 to 2, 1.25 to
$1.90.
Full line ot youth's and boys'
black, brow oro blood.
Given
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Away
Spring;
Top (
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with each sale of childrens
shoes at
$1 and Up.
Bring your repairs to us for quick
work.
ELLIS1 RUDY &
PHILLIPS,
.
219-221 BROADWAY.
OUR MOTTO.
Wk Uvolo Bbav and to ylea.
And AQlC with I W matrt e.
Eaiy fctaares ani hair cut wen.
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niyo
An?uTindryl 1 ' '" ,,oom'
WeUMpktA"" Cvy rm'
Our price' 'iC'AJ , tt of men.
R?M?S?iVKi;ut rj's "?.
Wu It up ami limila iirK:iaM
nut mv H
1KUU, !
Il&LE TOM ATKINS.
111 Uroaawy,
A
J.X). BacoiT&Cp.
family or private
lcclpos, from ft llnlmont to n com
euro, and do It right.
Druggists and
SkVISTII ASI JACKSON' StKKKTS, P.UlUCAII,
JT
fkwS
pi
OressuiirlfelJ
who lias IiU gariuoiit
tiro bv ih lias found
nrt, nnd tho man
b mado to
tho key to that
nrt. It doesn't rcfi mi re nny nrgulng to
show you that yotlcan get n bettor fit
nnd more stylo hi overcoat
whon they are moulded m you.
W. J. Dickfe,
425 Broadway.
WEATHER 11EP0KT.
Louisville, March 11. Knin tonight
; Friday fair and colder.
LOCAL MENTION.
Lullaby co nfcert onlgpAp ,, irst
Christian cm, ,rch. i iVuniissiun loc.
Wo arc selling lot of water filters
very cheap. ScottAl lard ware
lliu2
Every member of the Church
Society- of tlnvPJrst Christian
church As uiged to attend a'culled
meetirur of inmortfthce ai 3 o'eloc in
the church Friany afternoon.
New House to be liullt.
Mr. Will Gilbert, of Murray, today
closed the contract with Linn
Fields to erect a $1,500 frame busi
ness and dwelling house at Third and
Norton.
It is impossible to be happy or
when ouo is suffering
from a did omforting cold or a
nasty little cough. It is wonderful
that sonic peoe will goon from day
to day sufferinu from these distressing
disorders whrnyi 25-cent bottle
of Dr. Hell's will
relieve the most stubborn case.
For sale by
Oohlsehlarsjer & Walker,
Cor. 5 th & Broadly.
Is Getting Better.
Miss Miunic Wieke, of Cobden,
111., who is visiting relatives here on
Broad Street and who had a toe amputated
several weeks ago,,is speedily
recoverinc and will soon be able to
brf out again, to the joy of her many
friends.
Slado Gets Sixty Days.
Slayton Slade, the colored man
held over by Judge Sanders
for stealing coal from the Illi
nois Central, was takcu before Couu
ty Judge Tully at 3 o'clock yester
day afternoon and sentenced to sixty
days In jail.
In the Insurance; Business.
Mr, John Davis has accepted a position
with K. Hehkopf & Sons as
bookkeeper. Mr. Floyd Harris has
resigned to engage in the insurance
business.
Concert-tonic! it wiJiNbo circoSn
y x "
lecture roounof the First Christian
church on acaount Jil SICKltC ss (i tn
Missies Singlet uX Admissl n 15 c.'
Alwu.s Has rtio Best.
Mr. Pat Lally, atyNinth and Trimble,
has fresh Clncago beef, lady
peas, mid all seAsonablo fish for
Lent. Call nud You )ill be pleased.
10ml ,, '
flonic Iteef.
J t
If you wanUnico home beef, buy
from a homo Dulcher, wloss name
aniruoiHuation is a , guarantee uiiu
the imaltty of Ins ir s :dt riclit.
.John V ilieolmlU g dl u'3
meat to bo ws mi crv
Dcot. sStnlls, a ant1 arkcNiouse.
liinaw
At tho Si'N'Dlllc old papers, nice
and clean, just the thlnguAput
der cnrpcis and on 2X5 .cents
I...-S 1 s .
per h luiurcu. --
Club 3I(!etii)KS.
The Shakespeare club meets this
evening at 7 :i)0 with Mrs.
Acts III. and IV. of "As
You Like It," will be discussed.
The Magazino club will meet with
.Miss Auna Puryear this afternoon nt
2 o'clock. Harper's, McClurc's,
North American Keview, Munsoy and
Arena will be the magazines reported.
CASE DISMISSED.
TI10 l'rohcciitlnn Witness Was
Too Lato.
The caso of Jim Bailey, colored,
charged with stealing 83.10 from
George Bouse, a colored bell boy nt
tho Palmer House, was dismissed by
Judge Sunders this morning just as
tliu jinnecMlng witness, who was
lute, entered the court room.
The evidence aguiust Bailey was
Very weak.
nis timi:.
LlU'd to an Old Ak anillWns
v .
Noy or hi Court.
Unolo Jarrett Hnyinos, tho oldest
man in Marshall county, according
to tho Benton "Tribune," nttemlpd
court nt licnion iasi aaitininy lormo
flisttlmeln his life, as a. witness. 1
IT. I.. n Ul wia j.f nnntmi
ucwui" o;t'
V
j. JLJSaconjKruo.
PdCTHE0RIES.
Wo ninko jTspoolnlty of obtaining
nil kinds of barks, roots nnd Herbs, so
that you can got anything yen want
in this lino of our business.
Apothecaries
Kr.
PERSONALS.
Bud Quarles wont up to Eddyvillo
today.
Mr. M. M. Connor returned today
from Fulton.
Mr. J. T. Miles returned today
from Mnyllcld.
Mrs. Wm. Whitcsldoa returned today
from Stiles,
Mayor Clem Whittcmore, of May-
field, is in tho city.
Postmaster W. N. Smith, of Ozan,
was in the city today.
Architect U. I). Davis went down
to Fulton nt noou on business.
Hon. W. J. Stonccame down from
Kuttawa thisjaftcrnoon on business.
Hcv. II. llrucckner left this morning
for Metropolis on a tno days'
visit.
Eldrcd Davis left for Karlington
today, after an extended visit to relatives
here.
Mr. J. T. Stevens, of the Newell
House, Carbondale, III., is at the
New Hichmond.
Mrs J. G. Brooks and daughter,
Miss Ethel, will return this afternoon
from St. Louis.
Justice Winchester is out in the
country today, pushing his claims as
a candidate for county judge.
Mr. S. N. Leonard returned to
Eddyvillo today. Ho was down to
sec his little grand-daughter.
Mr. Bud Dale went to Woodvillc
this afternoon to attend the funeral
of his grand father, Mr. T. J. Dale.
Col. Jerry M. Porter went through
the city last night en route to Frankfort,
and accompanied by his little
son, Jerry, Jr.
Mrs. Gus Marcottc arrived this
afternoon from New Orleans and
Baton liougc, where she has been
visiting relatives for tho past two
weeks.
Miss Willie Stone, the accomplished
daughter of ex- Congressman
W. J. Stone, of Lyou county, arrived
at Wilson yesterday and is visiting
the family of Mr. J. T. Wilson,
says the Henderson 'Gleaner." She
will visit in tho county for the next
two weeks,
Mr. L. J. Brooks, ot the Jackson
(Tenti.) 'Whig,' accompanied by
his wife, arrived this morning, en
route to Louisville. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Brooks stopped off hero just to sec
the city, and were well pleased with
it. They left at 2 :55 for the Kentucky
metropolis.
WILL LOOK FINE.
1'iiiliicali Street Hallway
to Have New Uniforms.
It will bo a loud gang that makes
its advent on Easter Sunday, if it
happens to be u pretty day. All the
ino'.ormeu ou the Paducah line will
then come out in new navy blue
uniforms, with silver buttons,
instead of brass, new caps, and entire
new outfit. They expect to
make quite an impression and catch
all the business going on that day.
They won't have to exert themselves
to the extent of ringing their gongs,
however, because they all intend to
wear tho latest stylo shirts, which will
make suillcient noise to warn all unwary
pedestrians.
ASK FOK NEW BIDS.
The First Baptist Church Parson-
. ugu iu iiu iiupnircu.
A business meeting was held at the
First Baptist church after prayer
meeting last night, and bids were
opened for repairing the parsonage.
They ranged from $U20 to 81100 and
all were rejected.
New bids will be sought at once.
It has been decided to raise the re
quisite funds by mortgaging the
church property. Tho parsonage
itself cannot bo mortgaged.
TIIEUE WEKIi TIIKEE.
More Thau One l'aducali Couple
Married at Metropolis.
Mr. Jesse Lcgorc nnd Miss Annie
Jones, and Mr. John Jones and Miss
iVnuio Augburn, of tho city, accom
panied Mr. August Dcuker and Miss
Momma Etter to Metropolis yester
day nnd were also united in marriage
making three weddings in nil.
'OUK CHAT."
At the Onurn House Tomorrow
Nlulit.
J
"Our Flat."t bu de ightful 3 act
comedy to bo proscntcil, ix Morton's
Opera House tomorrow night, is a
satire on the diistom which some
young pcoplu jiayo of rushing into
matrimony, mm trying) ,to Bet up
house kcepiugon iiu empty
on tho installment house
pnmrietois null other trades people.
Tho piece has enJoyed plicnominnlly
successful runs id London and INcw
York City.
Wo still havoa good supply of
fish, salt water Bockmon, tho
grocer, phono 25
ON A ItENCII WAltKANT.
A Voiinn Graves County Man
ISroiight Here,
Will Davidson, a young man of
Graves county, was arrested und
In'out'ht hero by Deputy Sheriff
Attains, of Mnyfield, this mort log on
a bench wnrrunt from this court,
c'mrglng him witli engaging in a crop
game near Floronco Station.
yns lounil Uiat the arrest was
duo to n mistake, however, und
young Davidson was released.
BAN
IN THE
The Paduc; Aug
ion and Si
The entire stock of Shoes, GothmgDfy Goods, Hats, Jewelry,
Furniture and Carpets of the Louisville Department Store was ourchased
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
secuc bargains before they are gone. Remember the place,
PADUCAH AUCTION & STORAGE CO.
Corner Third and Court.
STRANGE PLACE
To Carry Diamonds, But Linnio
Morris
HAD ONE THERE,
Olllccr Hnrnlmrt Kosoues it 11ml
Turns it Over to .Marshal
Collins.
OWNED BY A TENNESSEE MAN,
Ofllcer Jeff Bnrnhart today recovered
a valuable diamond that wa
taken from n young man in Camden,
Tenn., by a young woman who
claims to be his "lover" for scvcial
years. The police have been
on the case for a day or two, and
Officer Baruhnrt obtained the sparkler
In a rather unusual manner. Ho went
to where tho woman was staing,
at a house on North Tenth street, and
encaged la a game of cards, to de
ceive her. lie finally, after some
mancuvcrinir. told flier flatly that ho
wanted the diamond, and found :
pocket book concealed in her stock
ing. He compelled her to remove it,
and found some change, nnd in a
smaller poeket in the book tho diamond,
which he turned over to Marshal
Collins. The woman,
who had bceu trembling violently,
then broke do nnd wept and enid
she borrowed the diamond and in
tended to take it back. She was
not arrested.
Tho woman's name Is Linnic Mor
ris, and she is just twenty years old.
Shols well acquainted wtth Olllcer
Bamhart's relatives in Tennessee,
and this helped him win her conll
deuce. The stone is now at the city
hall awniting instructions from its
owner. It is valued at about $200
if not more.
TOO MUCH
PUGNACITY.
Frank and Will Haffey Uotli in
trouble.
DITTO MAX WOODS,
Had a Klnht and Will llalToynnd
Woods Went Away in Windy
'1 liompMin's SkifT.
WARRANTED FOR STEALING IT.
Frank Haffey, Willis Mount and
John Lydon were charged with engaging
in a general fight at Second
and Broadway about 5:30 o'clock
yesterday afternoon when police
court convened this morning. A
continuance was granted until tomorrow.
The fight started from Mount's refusal
to talk to Frank Hnffey, who
was drunk. When he knocked Haffey
down Will Haffey rushed up a.id
knocked Mount down. Frank in the
meantime, procured a cheezc knife
and cut a wide swath with it.
Harlan, Eaker and Etter
appeared on tho scene,
and by this time Lee Murray was In
volved and attempted to tnke the officer's
pistol from him. Ho was
knocked down for his trouble. John
Lydon attempted to act as peacemaker
and as usual got Mic worst of
it. All the belligerents who were in
court today said they felt like
had been pounding them with
cross tics. Will Haffey, Max Woods
and Lee Murray started off in "Win
dy" Thompson's skiff, but Murray
was put out down tho river. I lie
other two went on down to Metropo
lis, whero it was reported nt head
quarters that it had been sold for
eight dollars.
this morning Judge banders, nt
the instance of Thompson, issued a
warrant against Will Haffey and
Max Woods, son of Dave Woods,
charging them with stealing the skiff.
Murray was not included in tho warrant,
as he i3 otill in the city, It is
understood.
Information was received in tho
city today that Hnffy had been Jailed
at Metropolis, but Marshal Collins
received no confirmation of it.
Tho stolon boat was "White
Wings," and it wai sold to Dr. Covington
for $8.
1 ih; de 11:011 ve.
Haiti to Have Been Hero Thrco
Days.
According to Marshall Collins, a
Mississippi detective has been in the
city for three days after big game,
and has secretly arrested one man and
lodged him in Jail.
Neither he nor tho polico will
anything relative to it, nnd the
Marshal stated this afternoon that an
other arrest would likely follow
tho detcctlvo left. At thu jail it
was denied that anyone bid been hi
carccrated there.
Our filters aro mde from Vlrgluiri
clay, burned and gV.ed. '1 ho dlso
Isn natural atone, 1 lifted, not liianu.
fauturcd. Scott IlutilWo Company,
FT STOCK!
iiAMjja jl
oraire Go.
RAILROAD RUMBLINGS,
Items of Interest Relative to the
Kailroads nnd Railroad
People.
N., C. AND ST. I.. JIII.KAOK.
Engine 10 is out on work traiu to
day.
Judge Burkboldor, tho king of saw
mill men from out at Oaks, is in tho
city today.
Engine 312, Gideon ami Kane in
her deck room, doubled back on
traiu 50 this a. m.
Mr. Al Townscnd, the efUcicnt
special olllcer for months past, resigned
his position today and will engage
In other pursuits.
Ed Lofton, tho water boiler ou tho
305 is sick in bed nt Lexington, nud
"Jarbo" added fuel to her names
from there into this city.
Mr. John Jotics nud his bride, nee
Miss Annie Augburn, left 011 the
morning train for Lexington, Tcuu.,
to spend tho honeymoon.
Smiles, and bland,
enreath the features of all tho
today. The cotniii of the
treasure vans this afternoon accounts
for their good humor.
Conductor Tucker will pull In at
UMial time-this p. in. with the pay
train. He and his crew arc ever
welcome and have more callers than
all other train crews combined.
An unusual occurrence transpired
ut the residence of Mr. Augburn yesterday
in E'towu. A daughter was
wedded while her little brother wa.
lying a corpse In the same house.
Billy Lewis, the juung "Con,"
is winning golden "reps" by the
way he gets loenls over the Hue. If
he don't get through on time it is because
fome superior train lays him
out.
The high price that poultry nnd
hen fruit have bceu selling at should
tuke a tumble now. Conductor
Tudor had in his long train yesterday
several cars lor the city tilled to Hie
roofs with those commodities.
The funeral of "Uncle" Abe Hnr
ris, which took place nt the A. M,
h. church on Husbands street was
largely attended, ami quite an itnpos
ing procession followed his remains
to the cemcterj.
Owing to a caving in of the bank
along the river front truck, tlieswitch
engine has been unable to get up as
far as itigglcsbcrger s mill since last
Saturday. Tho water will have to
fall many feet before it can be remc
died.
Gardner Sheppard, the rattling
throttle puller 011 the 305 from the
lower division, brought that mogul In
on the local yesterday for some slight
repairs. The boys will all shake
"Shops" digits once more, nnd wish
him a pleasant visit to his old home.
Fireman Duncati Hicks is awaiting
to be assigned to some run. He says
he gets rolled oftener than any diamond
heaver on the pike, but now he
is the senior of several and the next
regular run ho takes the idiovcl wield-
er that gets him off will lnvc to
wake up earlier than ho can,
A lively runaway took place on
Junes street this morning. A small
sized mulo hitched to a delivery wagon
came dashhg up that thorough
fare and whirled the corner into South
Fifth. He was nearly exhausted
when the depot was reached and was
caught with littlo trouble. No damage
except the empty barrels, boxes,
baskets, etc., were scattered for sev
eral blocks.
The traveling public will bear In
mind thnt tho N. C. & St. L. urn
through Pullman buffet skepers,
leaving Nashville every night at '.
o'clock for Washington, Baltimore,
Boston, Philadelphia and New
York City without change. Parties
desiring to visit nny or all of those
cities will find it to their interest to
call on Mr. Frank B. Tenuliout, the
company's gentlemanly representative
nt 425 Broad way, under the
Palmer House, for all information.
Owing to increasing business and
for tho accommodation of shippers
nnd tho traveling public tho company
has decided to open a down town
olllcc. It will be located in the
Palmer House building nt No. 125
Broadway. Mr. Frank B. Tcachout
has been selected as tho agent and, a
better appointment could not have
been made. He is thoroughly com
petent, having had a long experience
as contracting und general traveling
agent on other big systems, is courteous
and affable and has already endeared
himself to tho merchants of
the city since ho has been the solicitor.
The 1 lllco will bo handsomely
equipped. A telegraph wi:o will bo
run in nnd tickets for all points local
and through, wl bo on sale. Mr.
Teuchout or his assistant will bo
found in the olllcc at all times iu discharge
of their duties, nnd give information,
rates and nil othci matters
in connection with tho Hue. Tho
olllco is now being renovatid and refitted
nnd will in a day or so bu ready
for occupancy.
LirnsKNTKNci:
Colored Mini Sent Up From
Princeton.
Wvlle Leeper, colored, was
to the penlteuthiry for life nt
ITiiieeton jcstenlay for killing Tom
While, his brother-in-law, lust
spring.
John Miller Is now being tried for
killing A arch Holland ou Oct. 2 Itli,
last.
Dr. Jidwarij ficJliil Uv, 5, Knr,
Noso ntidTln r 'uuncaiif y- iy
3C!
.
Watch this space
oeFor Special Prices
Next Week,,
"i
Everything new and
Up-to Date.
New Location
New Store
New Dress Goods
New Trimmings
New readymade
Skirts New
I Millinery
New Shoes readymade
or made to order.
Courteous Attention
To All.
t
1
Harbour's,
H2aiithl4N. 3d SI,
BACK FROM WASHINGTON. I
Conrres$nmn .I0I111 K. Hendricli
Arrives.
KoturnliiL' llonic 1 roiu loinire.ss
May Locate In 1'ndiic.ili.
Hon. John K. Kcndrick, the re
tiring congressman for the First Congressional
District, ai rived In the
city last evening from Washington,
on his way back home from the re
cent session of Coiigws. Ma is
looking well, nnd will probably re
main in the city until tomorrow.
Col. Heudrick Mated thii
that he hail not et decided
where he would locate, but that it
would probably be either in Paducah,
Henderson or Hopkiusville for the
practice of his profi'vion. Wlicrev er
he goes, CjI. Heudrick will boa
valuable acquisition ti the bar.
His suioessor,
Chas. K. Wheeler, leaves Saturd.iy to
attend tho extra and .Miss
Flowers, his private secretary, leaves
tonight.
ALMOST A MANIAC,
Cruzy Man Loi'ktMl U This Af-
tcriioiin,
I'uains at the Mouth and NVants
to Kill Ivvoryhody,
A crazy while man, known an
Bed," was arrosted by Olllcer Harlan
this af ic i noou ne;.r the river nud
placed In tho lockup. Ills name is
tinkown. Ho is in rags and hud a
red beard covering his face.
He wus placed iu a cell iu the
lockup, and proceeded to do battle
with some of the colored female
prisoners, striking Atigustii Lion in
tho eye with a lump of coal. lie
foams at tho mouth, and wants to
fight anybody nnd everybody. He
will bo held,
While the man was being taken to
tho lockup he struck Lockup Keeper
Keller iu thu face, and it required
great effort to overpower tho ninii.
lUTTKX BY A DO(i.
Motoraian Stoin Wanted
to Kill It.
Mr. L. M. Slom, a motormaii ou
thu PmIuciiIi lino, appeared ut tho
city hall at Ii o'clock t'lis ufteruoou
nud wanted permission to kill a dog,
which could not be given him. Ho
then displayed a bloody wound on
his left leg inllleted by a (logon West
Broadway, near Fourteenth street.
Ho did not know the owner.
1890
Ranjtinjs Tajlonng Place,
IT
101 Fifth-Street, Under
s f
Wc don't d Ihhifto be i K'- uc
Uncirtocr Ulll CHlk .1W nvirlf iiilttl'
LLAOlt tVUOf fcWfc r fMW nfc
them, workmanship guaranteed
spect. Call and sec our line and
IKftti rr itTf A ,
HKi t mmiiI smiyM
IP'I i IM
JFILTE
WATER
What is lore
than purewat ?
water as pure mq
t i 4 1 4
tivery tamily should
tested ociore leaving
GUARANTEED
Scott Hardware CoJ
INCOHPOKATED.
Sign of Big Hatchet.
?5 kMm
L JXJ VM'mCC
c.
WUhlkkW Ask
Q. B. STHRKS,
AGENT FOB
OallphndDensmor
Yypcwnters
CarWlll oxehango for old Mnchlno
siKRtfe
,(ancy
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Fr6sfa'iMeats, k$
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a Well Known .Man. iS
Low prn. j ii iiipt :n.d politu
will ilen! w.ii !, to nil
Telephone 16'.
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MCPHERSON'S
m wWnDin emor:
JTTtH AND feROADWAY.
Dvatli of Mr. .lelY Ibtle Neur
Woodville.
i.iu'ie Jen Dale died tuts morning
of general debility at thu residence
of hisRoii, Mr. Kouben Dale, near
Woodwlli'. He was nearly IK) ears
of ago and highly respected by all
who knew him. Ho leaves but ouu
child, Mr. lteuhcn Dale, thu well-known
fanner. He was born iu
Spencer county, this state, and removed
to .MeCracken county, iu 18(50.
Mr. Bud Dale, of this city, is his
grandson.
The reinniin wil. bo burled nt
Bayou church toinonow
morning ut 1 1 o'clock.
Lucy illis, ujred fill, eolored.dled
at her h.mio on South Fourth street
this morning.
.MAItltlAtn: TONIGHT.
Second Vcn (tiro of Knch One,
John Whiitciuore, a tie cuirier,
aged lift, and Annie ltiluiii, aged 30,
will bo married tonight. It w'ill be
tho pccond venture of inch.
Wanted.
AssNunt MJ1(
write g()d luifid llio
busiiicss' yVi.drpr A. MJT.i Caro
Sin oil
1897
the Palmer.
....
people in inc i adoring
"llf up-to-date" as you like
to be first-class JrHwery re
get prices.
yfR. JOHNSON,
H.uoHmon:
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essential ne
Ouriilters will mike impi
sparkling as spring waterl
f T" jff ..- i
have one rivery tiltdy
our store. JiS
AND FOR SALE Wt
3 1 8, 320, 322 and Brotftofr.
PaducAii, Ky. l
LSADINK
CIGARS
For Thorn.
ana ouppucs.
1 07 SOUTH SECOND STREET
nt liberal figures.
Sch ader.
GHOPIES
attention. Give me n trial order i&d-I-
parts of tho city.
Cor. 12th & Madisoi
CITIZBNS,
SAVINGS
2l'C BroailwayyVaducab, Kj
Capital and Surplus, $120,000,00
Open from 0(a. m. to 3 p. m. On Saturday
SdyhljUrom 7 to 8.
Interest Paid on pa Deposits"1
OFFI Vf.li
Jab. A. Ui'dv Prenldenl
W. P, Paxton t'anhlcr
n. Ass't t'aslilor
1)11(1 T1IV t.
'J ah. A. IU'iiv, ' U. Smith,
V. M. Kihhkii, il ( W.U.UCB,
. . I Aill.l.l I J.H, W 1 I'AXTO.V,
(IKO. O. IlAItT. Vi. KAKI.HV.
It. ltlllrf
N0HW00D,
The Secondhand Man,
urt Street.
escollont bargains in
Second Hand Clothing
and Shoes.
Sec his 13shop'madc Shoes.
Ther are none better.l
-
Shoes repaired nnd delivered to any "J
part of tho city. t
If you linvo past Off Olothlng or
onmn iu nun uuuiy mm uy nuHini eara l
and ho will call and get them.
MORTON'S jlPERA HOUSE.?
Fi.i:tciik Tkiiiikm., Mnnngor.
rnuay, iviar. z.
The Screaming Comedy,
Rylcy
I'ri'scutliiK th .oinliin nail N'ov York
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OUR
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I'hllllpIIylcy i.iui , I'OV Ifllill P. Lf.1rl.
IM ward (iron Mt 1 UuiiU'H Itiilh llnyal
Jull.ll)y lillaKui V ulnbleau Atuiltu Verona
Original Songs, Sparkling Musif,
Ludicrou Situations.
Bring Your LaugSIng Licenso with You.
I'riron a, 3 lio, and l. Scau on sale
ITjuraday at VanC jlllr I'd.
Peor51e7s Ifcrketfc
Af 1171. IZIIihllH't. I
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ti I hem
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