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J. D. Bacon & Co.
PHARMACISTS. Proscriptions jineu Nlirlit Bell Blrio of door Given Away A Spririg Top tiours. Dry Goods Shoes Carpets A Novelty For the Children... New Shades in Tans and Ox Bloods. K n 1 1 lliD Infants and Children's. Infants' tan or ox blood turn 75c Children's bizes 8 1-2 to 11, $1 to $1.50. Children's sizes 12 to 2, 1.25 to $1.90. Full line of youth's and boys' black, brown or ox blood. with each sale of childrens shoes at ' $1 and Up. Bring your repairs to us for quick work. ELLIS RUDY & PHILLIPS, 219-221 BROADWAY. OUK JHOTTO. We live to 8hra and to please. Ana do It with the ean. In manorial art we erel Kujr jtbavc&ad half cut well. Tom Hiirejy touchrn'llBbt; Maters kren and out of HlKht, Ladloa balr cut ana lllte my place beat Will rtave the llrlnff and the dead. And call and ubave the altfc In bed. Our laundry 1 on the boon, With clean plice and cose room Onr price It low, it g only ten: Onr natron are the Iriut of ma Of course we bouiibt It 1 nut nare cieanea u up ana isaue a kBnaanber the nam. in LITTLE TOM rtolaco. A.JI J. D. Bacon & Co. DRUGGISTS. Oun propardyour family or private n liniment to a Corn 1 cure, mid do it right. Dressing .Well bnui art, and tlio man who has his garments mado to by us has found the- key to that art. It doesn't require any arguing to show you that you can get a better fit and more hiviq in a sun or an over coat when to you. W. J. Dfcke, 425 llroadway. WEATHER HEL'OIIT. Louisville, Mn.ch 18. Knin this afternoon and tonight; Friday local showers with pessibly cloudy weatlier. Slightly cooler. LOCAL MENTION. Arrested on Attachments. Hurt Nelson and Jim Owens, col ored, who failed to appear as wit ncsses at the last term of circuit court, were arrested on attachments yesterday afternoon and executed bond for their appearance .at the ap proaching term. . Hardware that "talks. Look in Scott Hardware Co. show window and it is so pi: it speak. in vmu can almost hear (ROADWAYS ltimU Small Itiiuuwny. A milk wagon was partially demolished near Seventh aud Jackson streets about 1 1 o'clock this morn Attention I. O. 0. 1 The initiatory degree will bo conferred tonight by Union Degree Staff in Mangum Lodge No. 21. arc urged to be present. ClIAS. KAIUIAUTSeC, Well Pleased Audience. The cineographic exhibition at Morton's opera housplast night was witnessed by a lark and well pleased crowd, nnd this wonderful iivention should be seen lyy cveryont. There will be another entertainment to night. Had Corbctt nVeu one of our filters the result might havebeen different. (Wo would have sain the samo tiling here if "Fitz" luul been knocked out.) Sec themnlScott Hardware Co.'s show windbwJ (Wc mean tlie filters,) v- I8m3 Masquerade Hall. The St. Patrick's day dance given last night at the Palmer House was well attended, and sixty or seventy couples enjoyed the evening en J masque and to the tunc of good music. Cook Wanted. An experienced 00014, no or ironing, no lijritiso wo; come well rccxmmoi d others need apply. Address Hox 27, giving references, etc Somen lint Nervy washim? r Mifct ofj. I None It? J. M0jn3 Tliis afternoon Mayor reiser was called upon to have removed several loads of dirt deposited at Thirteenth and Monroe streets in the gutter to stop up the sewer and prevent the back water from flowing in. 'ft "was put there by a citizen who will be warranted unless he removes it. Futility Affair. Mrs. Sarah IJaye3 this afternoon swore out n warrant before Judge Sanders against Mrs. Laura charging her with using insult- in tr and profano language. The case -' - "' . will he tried tomorrow FitzsimmouB is tlie ehumpion in his line, but there is an establishment right in your citv that overshadows all others, and iwilj pay you to call on them we mfean Scott Hardware Co. I8m3 J)AWUV HOUSES. All the Mistresses Warranted SICK HEADACHE To- day. Marshal Collins today invited all the West Court slrcet mndames to call on Judge Sanders tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Tho object of the visit is to have them answer to a charge of keeping bawdy houses, and the warrants were all issued today. This is. customary just beforo circuit court. Can litpromptly enred hy plaxtyn'j Q3flry Headache Powders'. Tho ' well known soothlni; properties of tho eel pry plant, comoined with othor remedlcH of.fi tiimilar nnturo in an infallihlo euro for nil, IcIiuIh of Jjcndacho andrtfiiifalRla. Money Jcur Is not oTectcd. r)olouvchi9A'oly at McPHE A DR Tth and Rsor N'S G STORE, J. D. Bacon & Co. APOTHECARIES. U'o mnko a specialty of obtaining till kinds of barks, rools nnd liorbs, so tl.at you can get anything y " want in tins oft-neglected lino of our business. PjWnracists, Druggists and Apothecaries, Cor. Seventh and Jacksov Srui.r.TS, Paiucaii, Kv. PERSONALS. Airs. S. 11. Caldwell has returned from Memphis. Col. Tom W. McCoy, of Goleouda, is at 1 he Palmer. Mr. '.. J. Montgomery, of Frank fort, is at the Palmer. Hon. E. V. Bagby left at noon for Mayfleld to attend circuit court. Mr. and Mrs. Wni. E. Meyers left today for Memphis on a visit. Mr. J. I. Purycar returned last night from his trip to Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Wilcox are happy over the arrival of a nine-pound daughter. Judge James Campbell wcut down to Mayilcld this afternoon to attend to a case in the circuit court. I. llice, of London, Lug., repre senting the assignees of the Stevenson Compapy, is in the city for a few da a. District Attorney Smith, aud In spectors Ilnycs and Escott, left for Louistille this tnorniug, after a two dnjs iit. Mr. J. M. Johnson, of the Pad ucah Building Trust company wcut up the road last night on bus iuess. Mr. Joe Nance left at noon for Mexico City, Mexico, to accept a position as engineer on the Mexican international railroad. Mr. J. It. Caldwell, of the Pad ucah lluiiding Tru9t compauy,,who came in Suuuay from Arkansas, left today for a trip through upper Ken tucky. Mr. Albert Kenny, a prominent and wealthy Philadclphian, is ex pected today on a visit to his friend, Mr. Matt Carney. Mr. Kenny is en route home from Hot Springs, nud will remain here u day or two. MORE DAMAGES V. J. Mordis Sues John Carver at Fulton. Carver Had Him Arrested nud Tailed to Appear Against Him. The Carver rape case that agitated Fulton county in January, continues to develop dnmage suits. W. I. Mordis, tho man who was arrested at Ma Held last week on a I charge of criminal assault on a war rant nroctircd hy John Carver aud lodged in the Mayfield jail, was taken o Hickman for trial. Carver failed to appear against him and Mordis has sued him for $5000 damages for false imprisonment. This makes four suits, aggregating 835,000, brought by Mordis against his assailants. Mordis says he is in constant dread of another attack by a mob. lie is confident of earning his suits. After being released from jail lie walked from Fulton to Mnjlleld, lest ho might be attacked while on the train. ANOTHER OLD RESIDENT. Death of Fritz JIagcr in the County. Was l!K Yciira Old and Leaves a Family. Fritz linger, aged f!8, an old resident of the county, died last night at his home near Montis Station, of general debility. He had been ill for some time, aud dcatli was not unexpected. The deceased wns well known in the county, and leaves a family. The funeral took place at 1 o'clock this afternoon, interment in the Wilcox burying ground. ItKSOLUTIOJtS l'o llo Considered Ily Votcra Ile-fore tlc Coining 1'rlmury. Tlic following resolutions were unanimously passed hy the W. C. I. U. at their meetinir nednesdnv afternoon. Wlteroas, wo recognize tho fact that the man who i elected mayor not only wields a patent iulluenco for good or bad in the city government, hut is both in his public and private life a (.ousnicuous cxamplo not only to those of innturp ypars but espec ially to the youth of tho city, there fore, Itesolved, Tnat wc most eul ihutlcally and earnestly entreat the men on whom this duty devolves to ho alert nnd diligent in their efforts to place n man in this olllce who has a clean record in the past and whoso character shall be a guarantee that he will during his administration bo found on the right sido of every iiicsijon touching tho morals of the community. 3t I.O(JAI OlMION I'nd of tho Contest in Murslmll County. A local option ejpetion was held in Birmingham, Marshall couutv. ves tcrday, resulting in a victory for tho "drys" by n voto of 48 to 15. interest was taken in the contest. kto liny. bjoo of i hWMpct Wit y , ris gz Bankrupt Stock! ' "" IN THE HANDS OF ThSPaducah Auction and Storage Go. The entire stock of Shoes, GotKing, Dry Good's, Hats, Jewelry, Furniture and Carpets of the Loulsf ille Department Store was purchased at SHERIFFS SALE at a vyJow price and wrf are prepared to sell you these goods at less tlKuK'rnanufacturer's prices. CotiK'early and secure bargains before they are gone. Remember he pUoeT PADUCAH AUCTION & STORAGE CO. Corner Third and Court. GOT A DUCKING. Officer. Crow Huns a Boy Into the Backwater. lie Annojed tlio Kuilroad Com. puny by Jumping Trains. Olllccr Crow, of tho Court street beat, was this morning instructed to keep a lookout for those colored boys who persist in jumping on and off Illinois Central passenger trains between the union depot and The olllcer hied out and secreted himself where he could command n good low of the yard. When the llrst nassenacr train came along a boy jumped off, and seeing tho ran. The latter gae chase, and the fimitivc fell into the back watet1 near the vinegar factory, in the wild scramble for liberty. The olllccr lias not seen him since. PUGILISTIC, The Contest at the Ojicra House llctweeu Juveniles. A 'Sparring Mntrh That (SriMtly Knjojed. MAUKIi:i) LAST NI01II'. Wns One of the main feature at the opera house yesterday afternoon during the Corhelt and FiUsnnmous battle at Carson, was a contest of three round by Joseph and Willie Kolley, Jr., aged 10 and 8 respectively, Joe, the eldest, being very scicntilie with iii hand, shifty on his feet. ducked some pretty clever blow tint Willie intended straight for his head, as well as sev eral rinlit muml arm swings, but Willie, a la Fit7,iiumou3, can deliver bv far the hardest blow, aud stands far more llrm on hi feet. Couuter blows and exchanges were uuraerous, which fcet the crowd to cheering wildly. Cries of "Knock him out, Joe,' "Hive him the right arm swine, Willie," were heard all over the house. Taken as a whole, it was n beautiful exhibition of science and skill displayed by two children so young, ami Will A. Kolley, Sr., is justly proud of them, aud expects to continue instructing them in all sucli innocent calisthcuie and physical culture. IN GRAVES. Speaking at I'ryorsburs Almost Ends in a Fight. Two Factious Draw Pistols and Only Timely Interference I'retcntxiHInodslicd. Information comes fiom May lie hi that there is greater campaign excitement thero than here. Day before yesterday there was a public ing at Pryorsburg, eix miles from Alawielil, and before night It came near being a battle ground for two political factions, favoring respectively the candidates for Jailer. The quarrel was directly tho re sult of bets made, and in tho incipi ent melee pistols were drawn, and had not bystanders interfered blood shed would have been inevitable. Sewrul Couples United forllettor ;r Worse. The marriage of Hiss Grace Ar- gust to Mr. Hen II. Thomas, as announced, took place last night nt the rcsidenco of tho bride on South Third street, Kcv. lMnkcrton oiiiciaung. mo marriage wni a quiet one, nnd unites two popular young people. They will make their home in l'aducah. Mr. G. Z. Umhaiigh and Mrs. Margaret Depew were married Inst evening at 7 o'clock ut the residence of the bride, Mr. J. W. W oilman and .Miss Ida hoa9pr were married last night at the residence of the bride in the county. Mr. J. W. Hughes and Miss Walker were married last night. Lockhart. N.) Ileueo the Case Agnhut Duck j.ocklmrt Wiih 1)siiissoJ. The case against Duck Lockhart wns dismissed in the polico court this morning, after having been on tho docket for several weeks. Lockhnrt lives out about Stllcs,and was charged with being Implicated in the assault made on James Kirksev by George Itusliliigjioino time ago It is icUsreMingto note Iho progress of tho tlmesiud it is most evident in the hardware lino. Scott Hardware Cq. artUio best ctiulppcd houso in tho cty, At vlpn u ?lpcl of in lino ho suro to call on thorn. VJ lfitnO For nic stove woodsy! vi tier toau. yi u V OiioRSotrxlfo , '.d"-i i(- FOR $1,000. Suit For Insurance on the Late Alir.Uogers. His Ilrother Itrlngs tho Action, as Administrator of the.' ltato. Mr. George P. lingers, of Smith-laud, this afternoon tiled suit against the I nion Central Life Insurance company, in the (circuit court here for $1,000. The plaintiff states thnt (tie is administrator of the estate ol his deceased brother, the late Mr. Alf P. Pogers, who died on Jan 11th of acute appendicitis, at Little Hock, Ark., aud at lhc time of his death held a policy in the above named 0 company for $1,000, the policy alleged to have been 111 force nt the time of his death. Hon. John l!ruol, of Livingston, is attorney for the plalutiff. Cr.N. MX'S SUCCESSOR. Wiwhiiiutoii Cosslp Assigns the Place to (Jen. Draper. Washington gossip says General Draper, of Massachusetts, may yet go to Havana ns Consul General, to succied Gen. FiUhugh Lee. He admits that President MeKinley lias so licited him to accept the appointment, and while he is adverse to doing so, nud has so expressed himself to the President, lie does not feci like ignoring the President's wishes in the matter. This means that if he is pressed he will accept. In the event of his becoming Gen. Lee's successor it is said to be to the purpose ut the President to allow Miuister Taylor to remain at Madrid for the time being. It is the belief of the administration that the Cuban question will be solved in a few mouths, and after it is settled au attempt will be made to have the of Spain and Russia raised to cmbassadorships. When this is done, if Gen. Draper is persona grata to Spain he will receive that appointment. If not, the minister selected for Russia may be and Gen. Draper given the mission t j St. Petersburg. The pressure being brought to bear upon Gen. Draper to take the place of Consul General to Havana cleirly indicates what the policy of the administration on the Cuban biieslion kis to be. Gen. Draper, while on the foreign affairs committee of the House, leaned to side of At the same time he is a thorough Amciicau, and could be relied on to take every precaution of American citizens and to make every proper demand in their behalf. This is just the kind of a man MeKinley desitcs for the place. Just befoie coming to Washington when asked what his policy on the Cuban question would be, the replied: "Conservative in everything except the protection of American citieus." i.ooki.vg rem tkouiii.i: Spanish Citlmtm Anxious for ltrtislt With L'nclc Sam, Havana, March 15, ia Key West, March 10. That Spain lias been looking for trouble with the United States is beyond question. Nations, as well as individuals, looking for trouble generally llud it. Heretofore the city of Havana has depended largely for protection on the guns in Moro Castle. The castle is situated on the left of the entrance to the harbor. The city of Havana is on the right. Tlie harbor is gourd shape, and the entrance is very narrow. Guns from the castle would complete ly command the entrance. Hut not frnlisflcd with this, breast works have been constructed in front of the city on thp right of tho entrance to the harbor. Large modern siege guns hac also been placed ou an elevation ocrlooking a fashionable driveway along the gulf coast on tho west. These guns aie pointed seaward, aro not covered or protected in any manner, nnd have been recently placet! there. Tho work of ptotccling the city is still going on. There aro do.ens of good, unprotected harbors ou the Cuban const, and it would not be necessary to attack Havana in order to possess tho .islam. All the defenses about the city do not look very formidable, nnd would not stand long against a licet of modern war vessels. Still, the Spanish authorities appear to bo very confident liat tley conh cope with iuu iiaucq o i mix-a in case or war. Tho fact, however, that they have not been nblo in two yearn to jmt down a rebellion composed of fow insurgents, with five or six to ono well-armed aud equipped soldiers, would indicato that thoy have their hands full without righting any other nation, gj'fho cat toons in Spanish papers are quite amusing. Uncle Sam is usual- itittjiuitu ? iiiiiiiir nn h ii.. riferp ws no evideneo o incrjinliiatoUyj,ar paitctilr point there Is to this no ono can discover. Tho londonev of tho cartoons is to show that Undo Sam is afraid to assist or rcco"ni.o the Cubans in way for fear of getting a good tnihing from Snaju. TJ.p tuassps o( tho Span- lards seem to believe this, and have not tho remotest idea of tho rawer aud strength of tho United States. Hickory Stove Wood. Tho Spanish urmv is deficient In lephoD0i9. (cavalry horses, and mules for r tf. porllug supplies. A few davs as?o n ., . n in., ir.i :. . . " . " - xhm uo. i suip moo ot uorses ami mules was Wc arc Unpacking Spring Goods Every Day. "Spic and span" new, stylish ones. It will pay you to visit our store often. We propose to make this the. store in which you can best and most ecoiiomlcrtllyiget your needs supplied. S -"It is pleasrfreable indeed to see so ninny nfthc faces of our old customers at our new store. We are better prepared to serve you to your liking than ever before aim we earnestly and cordially inyfle the ladies of Pnducnh and vicinity to come to see us often in our new quarters and (o keenfit touch with the new goods jij UuJXJitrJvc. Our advertising space is much too stnatl to give you nny adequate conception of the many good things we have our custom ets. Dress Goods. Kive pieces all wooiiovclty che viot, full 36 inches iudc, ought to bring 35c a jard, nnr price 23 1 2c. Five pieces ail)( aud wool mix tures, elegant Jit appearance and inexpensive atour price, would be cheap at socour price 39. Woolenettcs in the 15c quality for it The best test we know of to judge of .1 dry j)oods store L its black dress goodstSujck. We shall not attempt a description! the variety and beauty of our struck. Plain weaves, ,serges, ncveltiei nnd very chic styles nre now ready for inspection. Dress Lining. ' The new silk aiubinohair zouaves at prices to pleaseou. Cream Venice ace with yoking to match, so riclf ever silk tu giving tone and character to the dress. Fancy silk colored chiffons and inousseliu de sn and braids and bead trimming toiiatch all of the newest shades of tluVeason. Kid Gloves. With skillfully contrived automatic fastenings, you will appreciate them. We hav the exclusive agency .sold onh here. Very handsome and stwish. Paris best for the price. 0 blood, the new tans and plain blavks all richly silk embroidered. Wi price litem for a dollar ought to be $1.25. We also make a spccial sale ol dressy, large buttom kid gloves at 69c, worth M. Many new things i 1 belts now on display. All bleached doitu stic sold very low and hundreds of lards of Hamburg and nainsook embroideries at strikingly low prices. HARBOUR'S Now Quartern, Near llroadway 212 211 N. Iklrd SI. brought from New Orleans. This demand has created quite a lively market in some of the Southern cities. Horses nnd mules being so plentiful and cheap, they are buying the best. S.soo.ooo i.o.vr. The listiiiiiitc or .Mony Won rilrslininons HacluT. Carson, March 18. Well informed men who had good opportunities to olnenc the betting hero yesterday snv that not a cent less than half a million dollars changed hands, won by the backers of Fit.iimmoMs These are the happiest men s eu in many d:t)s. Kuiiiiiih nt St. I.oiiis. St. Louis, Mo,, March 17. About midnight Inst night rain commenced to fall here and has been coming down steadily ever hlnce. It he came a deluge after daybreak, railing the water in ull the smnlt streams hereabouts. As the rain fall was pretty general throughout Missouri. Kansas, Xeb.asku and Iowa, it is expected that there will be a considerable rise In the Missouri and Mississippi Huts. Tlmt TIM'. UU.MOIt I'KKSISTS (otcriior liradley He Uleeted.l wucni opened ni 1.11 t... i . 1 1 puiiii iiB ; uiuiuti ill ll,B, May coin opened nt 2U( closed at 24)X. May oats opcntxl by Will Frankfort, March 18. Senator rarKcrsays tiovernor Hradiey will bo elected senator hy tho combined opposition to Dr. Hunter. Governor liradley insists tlmt he is not a candidate and thnt the report is senseless and without foundation. MAitKirrs. (lteporti;Ually by LacyUralDlCoiupiuy.) Chicago, III., March 18 May higliest "Ml at 17' i and closed nt 17 '.i. .May pork opened nt $8.72 and closed at 8.800. May lard opened at SI.33 and closed at $1.27, . May rihs opened at $1.72 nud oloscd at $,89. Muy cotton opened nt $7.0!) uud closed at $7.00-7. Kxpart today 117,000. Wan 1800 We don't da: Who ran think ruinl tliniilo Uflntflilritt..lk ProlKt our tdMiii they rJny tirUr yoiJrlih. Wrlln JMIN WkuilKltllUlJl It (S. P.l.Jl AlU.r. nan. Wa.hlnttnn. l. C. tar. thrlr il.su n Aie i.ner aa J ootr list I ol oua tbousauitliirvatlouii wiotfO. t ' DMh I Inn or) tbvnrutijijiri Salosmon: W.R.JOI W.R. lHK t lH WATEpTL2TERS. Wnat is moreessential to good health than pure water? 0ur filters will make impure water as pure ana sparklingas spring water. Every family should haveotte. Every filter tested berore lei GUARANTEED AND Pt)R SALE BY Scott Hardware Co. INCORWJKATKD. Sign of Big Hatchet. mmi Low price), prompt attention. Ol will pleae you I'ree de I very to nil parts of the 1 Telephone 160. SMITH encd a now tttock of G'ROCERIhS nt his Ht.inil on tlio cornea of Seventh nnd Adams. C.iUiUiil him and get his prlciH ; he will k.io win money on overytinng you eat. Irrfu delivery to uii imriB ui ino my. ICarnti. obtiintil and all 1'ji. i.iti ,i.mcuiuniiii'.iur MODIMATE rfca. 0uOrricr iiorraSur j lanlMeianx ire ijAidi Mini tso tlua uhc Jtelr m Wthrf,(ifniL Send ir lel, iliAwia rr p)iivl with iWrrlr t n. e n.Ivyr, II rlrntUo if iki, life olj iturgr. Our (ytnotiluc tMZolit J A PAMPMirV. " 1.1th Int il mnn the UTH. aiMjiircijfa couotnut ,Kni Hie, jmijij A bottle of Dr.llcll's V hid Tar Honey should he oil the imrflcino shelf of every home. Un asihhlen attaet of croup it isinvnlunleallaiing the irritation and endinVihe danger in less time than ft wouhftnko to go for n doctor. It sluniU as a remedy for eougIA, cchU nud all diseases, For fale by (JehUUhidgcr & Walker. Franchise Notice. Ily lrtim il lh tirovlslnniiff nnonllinnrc of IhoOmmti'iul'iiiiurlliif llii nynf l'alnc,!i niinroMil Mar Itrilinaii'n Rran uii'l tnalninlii a HnnltHix n lliorot If) i ami imbllc y flirrnlirrtlliil (: .tnir iIib IKI tllllllTH, 1 will on ti (runt of tlierliy h i with mi' hour, oflrr at imbllc tb hluboii MiIiIitI iiik ltlllb7 rnlltlfj 'An tf In I qui i i uir , ih,.ir ID to M ami nnciw.ir ni!1!. nri ntittii II riulhHi Ityof I'.i.liiiah. ol brat In i.rlvalo run I"1 i'liJ'i'f April, liw, la 'iifiiuK iii rnancan, lh I .mil 1 ii CIOTK .1. Til . in fir p.wh Iii land, tu i- IritvhlKn (liftcrlln.1 in TiunibKi .Miyumliii lwnn thn rlulit i. in lillbu Lily Council or t I bin Munb II, Wr. i) a Yi:i-i:it, Majrtr o( .ImClty ut rmlucib. Franchise Notice. llyrlrtiu i( nn orilVinru "llio Coiniimn in inr uny in riuiicaii.ipproviii on lunioiu iiujr ui iuii 'ii, iniilfiirii.i, "All oral 1 ii.inm IDM'H Uu'lluM til a frnchlio to Imvo illlll IIINrilH H HlllH'l ii Klriwt In Ilia I Ily i f I'.ulii IKijm wnrre a itrmtiin to tlm iMicldt i on lSAcirtb Htri ft townrr nt tbttilty. I will, on the. In truiiti.flli.rlly bill IIh unin Tttflftb ill, i cinniiriicliiu.it ii iib luivon TMflflh uraxrl it now laid Im miter botni nn it-or Ann ixiiuiKii inu niiiiixiii iirijiii uniiii k n in , or iur ai iiiiiiiir ".nn i r rni n iinn to the cut lildcler tlinfr.mct.lidlrHnilbril In tlmilfore n iiiilliiiiiH Anv ami nil hi.u n.u ii..., ...,i -. .... ii.. ...... ' ": " iij v.iiiiiivii iiitrni'N uiv riKiu in accept or ID IK M. inn IK, lJ7. ' .. . ",A YKISRIt. Mayor of thn Oily or rivlunili r - - 1897 mlory .11", iillillni;. In P.Wiic.Ii RaisinsTaring Rlace, 1 JMFifth,treet, Undethe Palmer 4 a f i the only people in the Tailoring as Dusiness, tout suits are maae iust them, workmanship guaranteed to be ir spect. Call and see our line and get prices. you like every re- SON, rr I SOpf, PttNT Orrict , WaMiNOTON. o. C. t J20, 322 and Broadway Paducah, Ky. EADINGk ' 5(J3IGAB,S. Ask For Them. fee. m O. EUSTARKS, IVOKNT l'OIt I Caligrapli and Densmore Typewriters and Supplies y V 107 SOUTH SECOND STREET ftirWlll exchango for old Machine nt liberal figures. c. F. Schrader, 1 t 1 f 111 1v f 1 vriVA. i srfcJ GROGERI 1 Frdsh Meats, ES vo mcvfi trial order and I Cor. 12th & Madison, CITIZENS SAVINGS -BANK, L'2C Ilroadwayyl'aducah, Ky. Capital anOurplus, $120,000.00 Open from It a. m. to : tirdny nlghU fre JAB. A. IlUDVl W. I', I'AXTON It. IlUOY CHAS, HaSBG The, DIItKcrOtH. i. m. on Sat in 7 to 8. Interest Paid offlims Deposits OKKIf'P.im. .---..-..,, I'reNliInnt ('nnhlor Aiw'l CoHhlor JAR. , A. Kiriiv, JA. It. fiJIITII, ' KaMLKITKH, f. I I'AXTON, Oko. O. Hakt, l. Kahijv, ' It. ltl'llY. i oxcollc NORWOOD, ondhand Man, Court Street. harcains lit Second Hand Cotiiing onrl Ohnnn 7 QIIU OllUOda Sec his $3 shop-made Shoes. The better Shoes repaired nnd dollVercd to any part of tho city. If you have Cast OfnQlothlnR or Shoes to sell notify him hy postal card and ho will cnll and got tliont. Morton's Opera House, FLKTininit TKItltKLL, MOIt. Ftivh NIGHTS yOMHUNl'INO Wednesday, Mar. 7 Wth Saturday Matlnoo. ChrJsttorrDo&hlnv" Great I'arislair CINEOGRAPHIC SEE Tho aroal Niagara Falls, Cavalry Ohargo, TMo Burning Jlnrn nnd Kosctio of Horsotr; The Fast Hunnlng Kxpross Train Kiiiining 80JIIlo8 nn Hour, and many otnjMrqau Intorost nnd 13 Goul PUlil. ear YvottoauIlWort.Wm Koht. Ineorsoll. Sousa'H) Ilnml nml nil , , - -1 - .. inu intest. soiiirsxDiaved uoncori rnonogrnnii Admission 10, 20nnd3i isoaia on saio Hun VanOulln'a. Q lads to no. by Edison's Ladios Froo. lay morning nt On our oponinc nlghlladles will be uumitteu iroe wuon accompanlou onefpaid reserved soat tlckot. by ", ti m -i S-.i