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The Paducah daily sun. [volume] (Paducah, Ky.) 1896-1898, March 19, 1897, Image 4

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J. Deacon & Co.
PHAftikfyOISTS.
oscrl;
rations flUH
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Night Uolr""
side of door.
Dry Goods
ihofe
Carpets'
A Novelty
Children's
to $1.50.
Children's
Si. 00.
For the
Children...
New Shades in
Tans and Ox Bloods.
Ml
22BJP
.Hflifr
Infants' and Children's. .
Infants' tin 'or ox blood turn 75c
A
Sprinfg
Top
sicsv 8 1-2 to u Si
t
sizes J12 to 2, 1.23 to
Full line of youth's- and
black, brown or ox blood.
.lOiiilW'
'H. 'felfflL
'toktru'
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Given
way
WUh clea'l.Uco an.l co y room.
Our vrla I. "W. ,S,y,
,
s..- .iiind nr the LHit OLJ
alen.
Sut hivB denied It up and ihJ
vanu. ...i.,.
rt rur inn ii.liiid llu iiii -i
nui
a fr
invpi.v. rrnf ATKINS
IJLU . .
with each 1 sale of clnldrens
bhocs at
$1 and Up.
-A-
Bring your repair, to us for quick
work.
ILIS". RUDY &
PHILLIPS,
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219-221 BROADWAY.
t
OUR JVJOTTO.
wfiivtolibovnanii
AnliloltwIUitliP:!;
va.vhneanJlial
fii 11 taw,
itrM eaw.
Lwell,
.. mtttitvt lIlTUtl
ViVilJ,r cut ami
mVl H ''-
will nbave lh U'lnK
1 'i liruntflTIBf
J. D. Bacon & Co.
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Can prepare ymaTnTly or private
recipes, to a corn
euro, and do it right.
Con. Seventh Ar Jackson Sikekts, Pawtjcaii,
boys'
iVtlaM
Dressing Well
is an Art, and tho man
.v.n Loo litn trnrmnnt mndo to
uro by ub has found the key to that
nrt. It doesn't rennlre any arguing to
show you that youcan get a better fit
and more stylo 1 a suit or an overcoat
when they aVo moulded to you.
W. k Dicke,
j -125 Broadway.
WEATIEtt
REPORT.
Louisville, Mo.'ch i9. Fair Saturday
and cooler. Conditions arc
favorable for severe local storms this
afternoon anil tonight.
THUXDEK SrOHJl.
Scv.tj One Predicted for
tucky Tonrjht.
Washington, Manh lf.
Weather Unreau predicts
thunder and wind storm, for
tucky toniaht.
Keif
-The
a severe
LOCAL MENTION.
Change, of Meeting Place.
The United Brethren hae moved
their headquarters from tho old
Windsor Theater to Ninth street, between
Trimble and Clay, and to-night
the inaugural sen ices will be held.
Tonight and tomorrow night Mrs.
Lennox will preach.
Suit on Account.
The 1 W. Cook Brewing Co. yesterday
brought suit against August
and Josephine Wurth on an account
count of S71.
For Tfov hand GilvOnly.
Wc have just received 'a fresh lot of
Ox-Blood Eton nml Middy leather
caps. Price 50c. Y
lUm 3 B. WVii.Ik&Sos.
Dcntli In ainrsTiiill.
Mrs. Haniett Lindsay, wife of Mr.
James Lindsay, died at her homo at
Brieusbnrg yesterday at noon. The
deceased was a well kuown lady, and
a sister pf Dr. E. C. and Attorney J.
W. Dycus, of Benton.
Had one of our filters
the result might Wvo been different.
(Wc would' have Add tliesamc thing
here if Jrl'itz" had been knocked
out.) Sec them iiKScotl Hardwaru
Co.'s siiow window. (We mean the
Qltcrs.) ' 18m3
Pleaded Guilty.
Mrs. Laura llcckcnhack this morn-lug
pleaded guilty to using insulting
language towards Mrs. Hajes, and
was fined $5 and costs in Judge Sanders'
court.
Notice.
Any parties that want to get up an
entertainment for the benelit of tho
Hood sufferers can have the uso of
Elk's Hall free of charge by applying
to A. W. Grcif, Geo Both, John Mc-Nulty
or the undersigned.
Thomas W. liviiin, Sec.
is the champion in his
line, but thefeN is am establishment
right In your city that overshadows
all others, and (tvill p(oyo toall
on them we mean Scott Hardware
Co. : I8m3
Masonii oticc.
Plain Citv Lodco 1 10. F. & A. M.
will meet to'ninht at 7 :30 o'clock in
special communication for work in
K. A. degree. All masons fraternally
w clcoiue.
B. B. Davis, Master.
G. O. Lv.iiam, Sec.
Y. W.C. T. U. .Meeting.
The Y. W. C. T. U. will meet to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
residence of Mrs. J. M. Murray, on
Trimble street. All members are re
quested to be present.
Homo Itcof.
If you want uico homo beef, buy
from n home butcher, whose name
aud reputation is a guarantee that
the quality of his meatus nil right.
John Theobald guarantees all his
meats to be in every respect.
Stalls, 3 and 5, market house.
Cm3w
SICK HEADACHE
Can be promptly cured by
piaxton'Calery Headache
!ng
owdors. yTho well known
noothliiR nroperties of tho eel-try
plan; combined with other
romedioa of a similar nature In
1111 inOilllblo cureJor nil kinds
of henrhrello and neuralgia
Money refunded y (euro is not
Directed. Sold lAcIusIvoly at
MCPHERSON'S
Jj STORE,
.friTH AND BROADWAY.
I ' 31 3 v
Urj
J. D. Bacon & Co.
APOTHECARIES.
V o rnako a specialty oPcWaUiIng
all kinds ot barks, roots and i orbs, no
tUt you can get anything y 11 want
lii this oft-neglected line of
I ncss.
Pharmacists, Druggists and Apothecaries,
Kr.
PERSONALS.
Mr. W. B. Tally left at
At the Opera
nt 2 1 M.
Sccc:
noon fir
Tennessee.
Mr. S. B. Caldwell has returned
from Memphis.
Councilman M. Livingston left
noon for Minnesota on business.
MAIINEH y
and 2(1
Admission only
at
Mr. and Mrs. Win. E. Meyers
have gone to Memphis on a visit.
Mr. M. 1. Molloy and wife, of
were in the city last night.
Route Agent C. G. Prucr, of the
Adnms. returned to his home in Mt.
Vernon, 111., today.
Alt Steward has accepted a position
with M. Livingston & Co.,
wholesale grocers.
Mr. N. J. Dilday returned to
i.f.!iiav!11n vpsterdav. after a short
business trip to the city.
Travelling Freight Agent L. 1.
Swancntt, of the I. C, St. Louis Di
vision, is at the Palmer.
Mr. Hugh Miller has returned
frn.n Ridden Pond, where he went to
to see his wife, who is sick nt that
place with measles.
Mr. II.G. Hrower, who has been
a guest of his brother, Mr. Chas
Brower, for somo time past, left at
noon for St. Louis to work.
Mr. and Mrs. Utto JUoonr ami
Miss Amelia Kock, of Cleveland,
O., are the guests of their Uncle,
Mr. George Kock, on Monroe street.
Mr. Bob Bradburn. formerly of
this city but who has been in Mexico
for several years arrived here from
the City of Mexico yesterday on a
visit to friends.
Mr. Claude Baker rc'urned today
from a visit to Poplar Bluff, Mo.,
and says that he had for several days
been floating around on a block of
wood, the watct is so high.
Capt. Bart E. Ltnehan, of Dubuque,
is expected in the city today
or tomorrow to give orders what to
do witli his two boats here. He is
now in Vicksburg, Miss., looking
after tho company's Int.-rest.
FELL BY THE WAYSIDE.
Young Man From Louisville Fined
This Morning.
Lcuis Winnegai, a young man of
Louisville, told Judge Sanders this
morning that he felt despondent because
be had left his people and took
lir nr fntir drinks of wlllskeV last
nltrlit.
He was arraigned in the police
court this'morning on a charge of
throwing brick against Pearl Wibon's
door on west Court street, but said
he didn't remember anything about
it. He was lined S10 and costs.
Il.r.lunrn f Look-in
Scott nurdwarCo'8,show ,wfndow
and it is so plain y6u can'almost hear
.. 1. VT 1R,n!t
11 speai.
AN INJUSTICE.
Done Overseer Francis by me
Register.
Overseer Francis, of the chain
gang, autuonzes me ouw 10 mic
that the "Register" of this morning
does him him nn injustice in its ac
count of tho escape of two prisoners
on the chain gang.
Neither was in his charge at uic
time he escaped, one being detailed
to haul stones to put on tno
icsburg bridge, and the other being
out working for Street Inspector
Crosby.
Just tell theniAuaU&ou saw this,
and that we .received a new-lot
of those Eton
and Middy leather'caps. Wee 50c.
10m 3 I. VVKILI.K don.
DUCKED THE PRKAOIIEK.
lie Went Out on a Katt to
U)iihc
KdiufHsion 10
Cents.
10 and 20 cents to
any part of the,hojiso to the
graplne" at jorton s operuuouBu w
morrow afternoon Scats can do so
enrod at Wan' Cullns' tomorrow
morning.
Trains Delayed.
The passenger on the N. C. & St.
L.. due here at 9:15 this evening,
will be in several hours late. The
trestle across Wolf river Is washed
out and as the traiu is on the other
side will have to wait until repairs are
made.
An elllcaeious remedy for lung
affections, throat disorders and all
bronchiul troubles ik fotird in Dr.
Bell's This medicine
has mudo maur marvelous cures
and Is justly ranked among the most
important remedicsfof the age,
For sale by
Oehlsclmelgcr Wadter.
Wanted to Buy.
Iwa
c:idlnjai
' liA
rTBhoes of all kinds.
iAWKEXck, 213 Court.
BANKRUPT STOCK!
J IN THE HANDS OF
The Padneali Auction and Storage Go.
Hold
Services.
Practical jokers do not spare even
ministers of tho cospel.
Yesterday afternoon a crowd of
boys got a revivalist who is holding a
meeting in the city to go out on 1
raft in the back water near the ma
rinc ways, to hold service. They
then turned it over and forced the
nrenclicr to wade out. after he had
received a thorough drenching.
r.ir iiovm mid Glls Only.
Wo Imve lust received a fresh lot of
Ox-Blood Eton and XMiddy leather
caps. Price 50o. J
HI m 3 B. Wtti.LK& Son,
The entirj
Furniture an
ats:
you these g
'stock
Car
VERY ROMANTIC.
Something of Young Fred Weymouth's
History.
COMES OF A PROMINENT FAMILY.
Ho Is An Escaped Iniunto ot n
South Carolina Asvluni.
WILL PROBABLY BE TMN BACK.
Fted Weymouth, the young roan
arrested Tuesday night at the Mineral
Well Hotel oa a chargo of obtaining
13 worth of drugs from Bacon &
Co., of Sixth and Jackson streets, is
on lunatic. Tills llUS been
L., n ninaoiv trimrdwl secret, and Is
now made public fcr tho llrst time.
This morning Wcj mouth was
in Justice Winchester's court
on the charge preferred Tuesday
night, aud at tho Instaucc ot ins attorney
the case was continued until
Saturday week.
When the prisoner's ittorncy,
Lawyer Jesse Gilbert, telegraphed
the former's brother for funds, the
latter telegraphed back that Fred
Weymouth was an escaped lunatic,
and that a letter would be forwarded
at once. This proved to be correct,
but Weymouth is not insane to any
treat decree, evidently. He is a tall,
peculiar looking youn
sharp features, long, ueep
lines under his eyes, aud
his beard has now grown to be quite
long. He says he cannot afford to
havo It shaved, and now is indebted
to Piatt Snced, a barber at Jim
Bryant's for a dozen or more shaves.
There Is something very romantic
about the young man, and judging
from reports his past life must have
been fraught with experience and incident.
Ho is a graduate
of Harvard University, ami
was at one time a member of the U.
S. army. Ho was cntil recently an
inmate of an asylum near Beaufort,
South Carolina, and his young ami
nrpttv wife, who is now with hlra,
'helped steal mm out, ami noes uui.
believe that he is crazy.
She was formerly a Miss Wcndall,
of Bell Station, Tenn.. and claims to
have been married to Weymouth in
Memphis, and has sent for her certificate.
She is a near relative of
Judge McLcmorc, of Nashville, and
apparently a very inicuigeui jouB
lady.
It is now certain that Weymouth
has made no false representations in
regard to receiving money from his
people in Carolina, and it is told on
good authority that Fred Weymouth
and two brothers inherited a large
fortune from their grandfather, which
is now held in trust for them.
Weymouth derives quite an incomo
from his share, but ms ciicck uua
failed to arrive, evidently.
He and his "vife came here about
February 1 1 and engaged rooms at
the Mineral Well Hotel, on boutti
Fifth street, deferring payment of
Imnrd from week to week on the
grounds that Ins money bad not
come. lie was unauy arrestee auu
lodged in jail.
He was seen by a Sex reporter this
morning while in consultation with
his attorney, but said ho would not
be interviewed until after his ease is
settled.
He declined to divulge any of lr.s
nersonal history, and all that Is ob
tained of him has been from private
sources.
He told several of the boarders at
the Mineral well hotel on various occasions
that he killed a uegro in Fort
Worth, Texas, some time ago, and
lalms to have been at one time a
Memphis detective.
The case against him hero seems
very clear, but he will get out of it
by being taken back to the asylum,
If by no othei means. He is at pres
cnt waiting for a chcok from
people.
C.OOD EN TKUTAINM ENT
ClothinrT'Dty Goods, Hats, Jewelry,
t . f 1 n. .A . IaA ,4 a,.h ri
s ot " ........
at a fycjylow price knsrt are prepared to sen
less than umc cany ana
secure bargains before they arc gone. Remember the place,
PADUCAH AUCTION & STORAGE CO.
Corner Third and Court. ,
man. with
John
orcii
his
Hut the Weather Interfered With
Lat Night's Crowd.
The Clneoexanblc entertainment at
Morton's opera house was not well
attended last night on account of the
weather, but tonight a large crowd is
nnn,.iPil. The entertainment was
superior to that of the evening be
fnre. nnd instructive as well as en
iprtuliiimr. Tomorrow there will be
a matinee.
It is Interesting tp note the progress
of the times, and If is iost evident
In tho hardware line. ScoLt Hard
ware Co. aro the bkst euuipded house
in tho city, so wherKin heed yof auy
ililni In their lino toXCall on
them, T IH3
New Racket Stord, 105 South
Second Street, is our of sight; the
nlionnrst nlace to boV tho very best
soap nnd matciics,.tUo latter only lc
per box or IS boxes ior ioo; suaji
seven largo bars fr5c. lfrnJ
Hickory Stove Wood.
For nlco stove woodJclcphono 29,
$1 per load,
Ouio Ri
f I'OKK AND UfJ
Social Oiuico.
A plcasaut social dance was
last night at tho residence of
Green oil South Fourth street.
Store
J
I Co.
given
Mrs.
New Racket has clothes pins
and lines cheaper tlrun mud, and you
know-how cheap tlnrtvls. 10mJ
A RAPIST.
George Weakly Again In the
Toils.
ARRESTED ON AN UGLY CHARGE.
Mcticlico Breaks Loose
Again and Amanita
UN Wife.
WALTER C0H3E1T COMES CLEAR-
George Weakly, a notorious
character, seems destined to
l.iiniT I ll sed
lie
to drive a hack, and
. frw months ao committed to
of outraging a
jail on a charge
ored woman from nrouMju, u... ..v.-quitted
at the trial.
Tins morning ho was arrested f .i
Merchant's I'olicemrn Fowler Loftiii
f for rape. Ida lsiey, a vimn ...,
of Fifth and rsoriou sirceis. ..-
plained at pohco headquarters lasi
ui"ht that Weakly dragged her to a
box car and then ravished her. He
ran towards Mechanlcsburg and was
not captured until early this morning.
ii .!,.(, tho idiime. but a warrant
charging him with rape was issued by
Judge Sanders this morning. The
case will come up for trial tomorrow.
Weakly seems unable to keep out
of trouble and each time runs the
risk of being strung '.up on general
nrluclnles, to some convenient tree in
the court house-yard. He wa on
the chain gang until jesterdry.
John McGchee, who was serving
o iin.. nn lhn chain cans', went home
last night and murderously assaulted
his wife, Amanda McGchee. He
indicted several cuts on ner
head, ami cut her ii the
throat. Dr. Rivers was called to dress
the injuries, aud McGehee after-
.11 . .l. ..1... I.mII nn.l cur.
ni wiu - "' -rendered
warns eaueu t;
to Chief Singery.
A warrant was issued against him
this morning diarizing him with
assault, and the cao was con
tinued until tomorrow. McGchee
recently served n two year term in
the neuitentiary ior seiiiuj; up
game,
also.
and his wife was
Waller Corbett, of
civen tlie ncneiu 01
THE RIVER.
Wc are Unpacking Spring '
Goods EvcrvPjty.
"Splc mul stylish ones.
It will pay von ti' visit our More
often.
a
convicted
Mavlleld, was
tho doubt in
Judge Sauders' court this morning,
and the charge of carrying concealed
a deadly weapon was dismissed. He
was arrested for having a dirk knife
in his pocket at a West Court street
resort last Sunday night and there
was very conflicting evidence adduced
in the case.
Prospect For the Future lint her
Doubtful.
Greatest Danger Reported
the Cumberland.
From
The all-engrossing topio of discussion
on the streets and everywhere
else today is the river.
Wherever you go,
and whatever
rnn do. vou liear neonlc on all sides
asking each other if the town will be
Hooded, and what the people are going
to do if the rain continues and
the river keeps coming.
Today litis been alternately ciouuy
and clear. Sunshine was somewhat
encouraging, but an hour or two of
gloom had a very depressing effect
on everything.
The river lose several niches last
night, and was slowly rising all day.
each inch spreading it over considerable
more territory in the lowlands.
Tho water has completely cut off
passage ou most of tho country roads
greatly discommoding tho farmers,
who are constrained to carry their
produce elsewhere or else keep it.
In addition many of the small
bridges arc afloat.
The river roso something overan
inch siuco 7 o'clock this morniug.
About noon the sky clearod, and
clear nnd cooler weather is predicted
for tomorrow.
River men this afternoon nro divided
in their opinions as to tho
prospects of tho Hood, and of the
probablo stago of the water.
River Observer Pell at 11 o'clock
t'jis forenoon received tho following
teleirrnni from Observer Smith at
Cairo:
'Impending Hood will probably
prove very destructive in the Cumberland
nnd lower Tennessee valleys
and In the lower Ohio valley from
the mouth of Wabash down."
Tho Ohio is falling above everywhere,
except at Pittsburg, where a
slight rise is reported.
The Tenncsseo and .Cumberland
aro rising at all points nbovo excopt
thcTennesico at Chattanooga.
The Mississippi is on a stand at
St. Louis nud rising at Cairo, where
it is 50.1 feet.
The uso of Impuro waiter Is the
chief disease '.breeder: lie'R"c)lt
Hardware Co. fcffcryou a inter lltat
will purlfytl
tho water. It is reascm.
able hi price, toe.
'tin
'Strife.
18m;J
Host 2 ouart covered uucRit
nnlv Sc at New Itacvut yl'Jm'i
. j
(DrlEifwards, spectrllt:
rr
rqUtRah
$ hesKar,
,k 17
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Wc tiroDrt'ie
Thfc new
nt nrices to tile.isc you.
to make this
the store in which you can bct nnd
most economic
!!...! '
lly Kt yur needs
It isfiicasurcablc indeed to .sec
so iiiqrnyof the f,iccsof our old
ncW store.
We believe Ifint wc arc better
prepared to serve you to your liking
thnn cvetbefore and wc earnestly
and cordially invite the ladies of
Padudih nnd vicinity to come to
eciis often in our new quarters
anil touch with the new
goods as thcytrrive.
Our advertising space is much
ion small J6 irtve you any adequate
conception of the many good things
we h,je provided lor, our customers,
( Dress Goods.
Five pieces all wool novelty die
viot, full 3f inches wide, ought to
bring, .wy1. our PricC2.'
Five Pieces silk and wool mix-
lures, .rfoirant ill appearance and
inexpensive at our price; would be
cheap at 50c, our price 39.
AVoolcnettes in the 15c quality
for 1 1 i vard.
Ttrrrrnrttt ve know; of to judge
of a drv goods store u its black
dress goodsstock. Wc shall not
attempt a description of the vnrietv
.uul beairtv of our stock. Plain
weaves, Verges, ncv cities and very
chic sfvlcsare now ready ior
tioi
Dress Lining.
ilk and mohair zouaves
Cream Venice lace with joking
to match, o rich ever silk in giv
' 1 !.. ... 1... .Ir-..U
lllg tone aim cuar.icici vj
Fa ncv silk colored chiffons aud
liiouseliii dc
hcail triiuiniiig t
ncvVyst shades o
sou ana urauis aim
to match all ot the
f the .season.
Kid Gloves.
With skillfully contrived auto
matic fastenings, you will appreciate
thetiu Wc have the cncIumv e
agency- sold onlv heie. Very
handsome aud stylish Paris best
for the price. Ok blood, the new
bUcks all richly silk
embroidered. We price them for
a dollar ouebt to be Si. 25.
Wc also make a special saie o.
dressy, large button kid gloves nv
69c, worth $1.
Maii'new things in belts now on
display.
All Idcatlieilj domestic sold vciy
low and hundreds of yards of Hamburg
and nainsook embroideries at
strikingly low prices.
HARBOUR'S
Now Quarters, yNcar Broadway
211 .nil 2M 1. Iklril St.
BELL BUZZARD
Seen Again In the Comity
l'tiilticah.
IK
Appears Bvery I'evv
Near Grahiiniv lllc.
State of Kentucky, ,
Near
Ve.iis
The famous "hell buzzard" has
been seen again in the vicinity of
Grahainvillc. A day or two ngo the
Johnson Uiys were burning a brush
pile in the vicinity wlieu they heard
the distant tinkling of a bell. They
listened for some time, and finally
discovered thai the sound came from
overhead, nnd looking up they perceived
a bujard circling about above
him, and could even see the bell.
Several limes the samo bird has
been seen in that locality in recent
years.
Klegant children's hose three pahs
for 25c, both largo and small num.
bcr, at New Racket b'torc. lOiiiL'
County of McCrneken, J
Alllant N. JrlnTday, states that on
August 10, wti9 issued
by tho Hat Company,
n certificate of stock In said
company to Van Sendon A: Dilday
said cerliUcat'o being numbered 1(5,
and being f6r thirty shares of the
capital sloclcof.aaid dompany. Said
certificate was delivered to alllant for
Van Scndcn & Dlldayl
Alllant slates that, said certificate
has never been endorsed by him, nor
by Van Senden ami Dilday, nor by
any one for them' who was authorized
ho to do; that said ccitillcnto has
never been pledged by cither of the
holders
He slates that ho dili
gent search among his pnpcm for said
certificate, aud that samehas been
lost or mislaid and cannob'bc found,
lie says that on the Jvilh day of
March, 1807, Van Seuilcn & Dilday
will make app!icatioito the Lemon-Gregory
Hat oomuany for a new
certill of slock fin lieu of
v.. it; nfoiesdid: that they will
wm.w .?.. - - -x. '
execute to said company, good nnd
sulllcient bond, indemnifying said
company against loss, by of
such new issue, and that they will
cnuso this allldavit to bonublishcd in
some newspaper in thctity of
period or thiity days,
twlco a week, so Unci tho world may
havo notice of saiiappllcaliou.
N. J. DlMiAV.
For Dildav AA'aii Scndcn.
M
WCTR t
Hi i
BRhi j Jay
MltaiMt As-
C.
nnd F"A
will P
This afternoon tho keepers of bagnios
on Weil Couit street were arraigned
before Jugo Sanders and Ave
of them fined 850 nnd costi each.
This is tho usual assessment.
Court lasted but two or three
but it netted the city S250.
Suit on 'te.
Sirs. Sarah Shemwell this
noon filed suit in the circuit
against Isam Threet for 8123
note.
A good working
New Racket Store.
ftirt for
after-court
on a
20c at
10ni2
Franchise3 Notice.
lly virtue of th irmllins cif an nrdliunr
nt iLoomiwin Council of thniMty of I' vliu h.
approved M irtU Hi.- llih. I(W. uilitlrd -An
Onllnaife Branlluc lliorttfU he -. Ih'lr
inprewntiitlK't. umUivti I iv.
uml in ilnmln ajrHn oMtfl anJ nrcfimary
iiipllaiuiiitlirtfunr rrM, nvipiiPi, al
Iey and piibfJipUla l,'H l ' nf I'ailucah,
fiirrninllnirwrtm or hi-at li vrlvati" ron
iiimerH, 1 wlirouih.IMhiUy.iC April. It. In
front o llplty hall t.nlldintr In I'ndurib br
twern I.' p'rlnck a. in ,
offer at public wlo for cmli In tand to
thr bmntl DliHirr, uih", m
iin.ulcirii.iia vnlltlml orylninm Any mid ell
blda thel'lty Cutini.ll rrves iuu rlht loac
"I
or rWeit
IhHMarrb l.
I) A.YEIinit.
ayorpf the City of I'aducih,
Francliise.Notice.
lly vlrttio of an .irillnan m of llm Coininon
r.iunrllnf UioClly ol J'uli&ili. approved on
thttlftih day of Mnrrb, lMiCenlllJ.il, "Aiiordl
iiinreloacfltborlKht toa fraurhlw to hivn
and operate striet Ar lluo Ulma Twelfth
nt reel In tbr City ol lyducali, coniinenclnir al a
rxilntwhirellernbeWi Avenue leivea Twelfth
ktneton to the enlot the gravel a nowr laid
onTwelfthHlreet tl(ri)ii thn outer linniidiry
of the city, 1 wlll.oirvUellOllidayof Amll IWJ,
In fruit of Hi-city ball mvllJlilK. In I'.idncah.
between the boiiritnf II BiurilJo'cloili .1 in .of.
Kr at public sale lur i.i h pi band to the hljjh.
est bidder, tbe f randilio tlucrlbed la tha afore-mid
eutlllnl ordinance. Any nml all lil.li the
Cliy Council rervei yds right lo acoept or re-
J".,h.H March IMyf 1)A.Y,:wEB.
Maor of the City of l'.iduc.vb.
1890 1897
J 04 Fifth Strctt, Under the Palmer.
Wc don't clair to only people injlicJPaiJo'ring
business, but sultOre isr as "-" lik
ilm Wnrkmanshio guaranteed to in every re
spect. Call and sec our line and-get prices,
Salesmen:
WvR. JOHNSON,
.R. RANKIN.
ADI
CIQ
ForT
)
I I
FILTERS.
s
?l
!if
It W
: v.
What is niore essential to good health
than pure wateri Our filters will make impure
water as pur(asparkling as spring water.
Every family should have one. Every filter
tested before leaving ourtore.
GUARANTEED
Scott Hai
ID FOR SALE
Co.
;"r
INCOKPOBATUI). v
318, 320, 322 and Broadway
o. r n- II
Sign of Big natcnet. Paducah,Ky.
NG lUfflYT
5SrK XH
iiGm. ilvMit
O. B. ST7XRKS,
Caligrp and Qensore
i SuppUes
107 SOUTH SECOND STREET
tsjTWIll exchange- for old Machine at liberal figures.
F: Schrader,
Tolapliono 100.
. DF.ALF.Il IS
ncv
Fresli Mpetf, &c.
w ,.,,. .,4i 1 iiolhlittcntlon. Give me a trial order and I
!eae you F.e d all parts of tho city.
DAM-, SMITH
lias opolii
1 ,i new stock of
.GROCERIES
nt bis stand oil
iv(lie
yt'all i
cor
and Adams, lai: 'fiie
rnrn boveiiiii
hliiiandgct
his nrlccs : Am wUlftivoyon nionny on
overythlnumnrViit,
ill parts oi mo eny.
.hull
Free delivery to
$250 SESSION.
:e Stimli'is Held Court This
Afternoon.
OourtStiect Women Aro l'lued for
Keeping It.iudy Houses.
Cor. 12th & Madison.
CITIZENS'
SAVINGS A
ANE,
22C llroadway, lVfilncali, Ky.
,1?1
Capital and Stfp'as, $170,000.00
Odoii from 9 a
c.
urday nigl:
tn. to 3 iv
its from
m. On Sat-
7 to 8.
Interest Paidin Tims Deposits
QFEUl
FEIUKILsV
. . .
Jah. A. Rudy President
W. V, PAXTO.N - UMl or
K. Rudy ... - Aiw't Cashier
D1REOTORS.
Jas. A. Runv, Jah. It. Siimi,
I'. M. Fisukh, OHO.-C. Wai.mcic.
V. LY-V PAXTON,
CKO.
O. 1UUT, I.. KAKI.KY,
R. RUUY.
CHAS. NORWOOD,
214 Ooupt Street.
Has BOino excollont bargains In
Second Hand Clothing
;ee
ana spoes.
See his $3 shop-made Shoes.
yfheTc arc none better,
Shoes repaired and delivered lo any
part of tho city,
If yon havo Citst Off Clothing or
Shoes to soil notify him by postal card
catvand got
nud ho will thorn.
Morton's Opera House,
Ff.KTt'IIi:iMrEUUKLL, UdH.
four Eights
COSUIKNCINa
Wednesday, Mar. 17
With Saturday Sfatlnoo.
Chrlstion I Bobbins' Great Parisian
CINEOGhAPHIC
Tho Oreat
Ohargo.Tho
'Jlatrara Falls. Cavalry
turning Barn nnd Koscno
of Horses. The Fast Runnlnir Itxnress
Train Ruunlng 80 Miles nn Hour, nnd
ninny othom ot oqunl intorost and
HEAR
f
Yvotto aullbort. Win. B. Gladstono.
Kobt. Iimorsdll. Souin'fl Hand and all
tho latest sojigs played by Edison's
Concert Phonograph.
Admission I0)20and30c. Ladls Froo.
Seats on sale Sunday morning at
VnnCulln's;.
On our opening night ladles will bo
admitted free vvhon accompanied by
onojpald rcacryed seat ticket.
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