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"j '. j THE PADUOAH DAILY SUN Oflee, street. ii ! in iiH'"i r -i published every afternoon, except Sunday,, by j 1HE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY. moonroRATi. r. M Fmtnin j, k. aunn.i J. J, Dorian . ... ,,.,, W. r.TAXTOK .....' .rRIItOKKT AKD MAKAOEH ..VlCS PRESIDENT ,. .SIOItlTART THCASCBIH DIHCCTOMt r.M.FUfte'r.J.R.amlth.It.W.blements.J.K. Williamson J.J.Dorian. (THE DAILY SUN mil (tire iwcUl attention to xa local o( lnuroat In raducata and vicinity, I. nrtl&ttntv irnnAral niiwa. Which Will D6 IItmi a fully m space will txrmll without re tard vo eipouor. I HE WEEKLY SUN is dtotl to tVsHaU'reiU of our country pan lonii, and will at all time b noway and wulla keeping 1U readers posted n all rolitlcnl Wlalw and toplc;wMle It 111 b a fearless and tireless exponent of the doc-wines and teaching ottb National JtepublU can party. . v COWESPONDENCE. A special feature of the weekly edition of rns Hon will be Its Correspondence Department, In which It hopes ably to represent erery locality within the ltmtu of Its circulation. ADVEKTISING. RatM of advertising will be made known on appllcatlOB. Standard, Block, lit North Fourth Dally, por nnnum 8 4.60 Daily, Six months 2.25 Pally, Ono month ... 40 Dally, per irccjt 10 cents VVoekly, per 'annum In advance. ... l.oo Specimen copies free SATURDAY JtilA' 17 1807. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Sum Is ntborlzed to announce j. fi. JAMEkl As a candidate fur Marlhal of the City of Pa-ducat), Ky- subject to ttu action of the Convention. The SUM Is authorized lo announce E. W. PIUTT As a candidate for Jodie of the Police Court of the City of Padncah, liy., lubjecl to the action of the ftepobllcan Confection. Tie SUn is antholaed to annoanoe HKHSLBY . IUIIU1S. As a candidate for City Prosecuting -Attorney; object to the action' of the lltpublkmr party, The StfNils autborixed to announce ' J.fTJnfcAN, Asa caadldate for .Constable In the Sixth Ministerial district, subject to the action of the Republican prfy Tin astonishing report comes that Mr. Bryan addressed a convention in Utah and studiously troided saying anything about tho money question. This item, however, njeeds TnB determination of tho Sound Money Democrats to keep on fighting and the actionof the Populists in declaring against fusion is liable to make the career of. the 1G to 1 silver Democrat moro exalting than pleasant. KnxTCCKT has defeated Wat Hardin for governor, given .her electoral ote to McKinley and defeated Joo Blackburn for senator. After three audi victories, wo think wo can win a little race for clerk hi the court of fcppoale.' . Tim work on thej'sewcrage system will soon ticgin and Contractor Whito announces that he will give employment to (Paducah people everywhere that he lean. The calamity howlers of Paducah should go off for a vacation. v Mit. Dihan announces that ho is going to Mexico and itudy the Jreo sliver in a free silver country. When ho comes back he will doubtless be able to explain why silver is still going uown, while wheat, corn and cotton and other farm products aro going up. Tun prosperjty already visible among the farmers and tho prospect tbat it is to bo continued has been recognized by tho .financiers of the East who have just tssacd orders to their representatives in tho Mississippi Valley to return to the liberal business methods whi'li existed prior to tho present depression, by making farm loans Jrccly'at low rates ot interest. Thb Democrats who rccoguizo tho fact that tho reduction 'in tho wages paid eoal miners has occurred slnco the reduction, of tariff rates on cca by the Wilson law are not, parading before the coal miners (bat epeech of Mr. Bryan in which he fwBJ "The duty on coal is indefensibW'and but a subsidy, whiqb'nho people along the aro compelled to pay to transportation." Thk improvement in business conditions is noticeable in th? reduction in failures and tpo redaction in liabilities among .those rho arf still classed in that unfdrtunato list. Dun's Review for JulyjTlfrJndicateSj inaijuo numoer or lauures oi manufacturers for June, lo97, were but 238 as against 284 forrJuno, 1800, and that their liabilituJfjSrere $G,-$05,010 as against $3J209,D84 for T..H tanr. -.i ...fHi. 'ftfO.ixr inn for June, 1695. Th gejjeral list of commercial failures including traders, brokers, and ransportcrs, was considerably less fa number than in June of last yea and ibo liabilities were also less. " THE LATEST fAKE. "It'laacoM day when tho local DomocjaUo papers don't hatch out soine sensAtional item about tho alleged Republican ecrab that they claim is oo tho board-, Tho Register squeaks away "better elMvt," but the NovMVgcs one bettor t aprings.tne imiawiD & efimfot "theinoflt prSaiBt Be- nubllcnns in MeCraeken county are cither openly or sccrolly for blmet? nllisin, anil jit thTpjoJcctCfl convention thpynro cxplcjed tp develop con- idcrnblc strength? wany ciris who hnv'P prcx i nisly concealed ", r.Ii tho finan cial Mill, It i believed, declare thernjco es for silver out and out. A date "and placo for tho meet ing will ho set In a few days. This is certainly great. "Many Republicans will dqblaro themselves for silver out and out." Well! well! Wo used to have, something of an imagination oursclycs, but we yield the palm to thottews. Uf course no names aro mentioned. They never arc. Hot a"dato and placo for tho meeting will bo set in a few days." Exactly so. The New will now keep tab on the 'fico ilvcr clement," whllo tho Register presides over tlic.mcetlnu on tho "better ele ment" oYvtho Republican party, Ring up the chrtaln nud turn on the red lights. THE WAVE OF PROSPERITY ROLLING IN. Wonderful Business Ilovival lie- ported From the Western Brutes. Europe nnd Sonth America Aliko Looking to! tho United States for Food Scuffs. Dollar Wheat an Asstirltyin the Near Futuro-Crop ShorUtire In Argentina, Australia, Ilussia nnd Great NebruakniiH Pnyhig Off Their as and Colorado Thriving. A irood doal has been said nb'out tho "wave of prosperity." Every calamity howler has fixed it up in his own mind how the advent of good times shall be detected. It, was taken for granted by the free silver speak ers and tho free silver press in the last campaign that legislation should be passed primarily in favor of the farmer, and a great deal was said and written about the "poor farmer." We publish the following dispatches, which are of undoubted authority and which will prove intensely interesting reading. They show that tho farmer is entering upon an ora gf prosperity that will comparo favorably with an of tho "good old times" before the "crime of 73." These dispatohes refer to the farmer and to the people of Colorado. We ask their careful consideration : Now York, July 15. Tho continental countries and England began making inquiries about our wheat a week ago. Now, however, come3 the news, almost unprecedented, that tho Argentine Republic, ono of tho great wheat gro wing states ol tho world must this year become a buyer of American wheat, owing to the lightness of its own crop. Today an in quiry reached 4iere for 30,000 bushels from Argentina. Jt was said that this wheat was wanted for 8owing,but this explanation was scouted by old operators, as it is altogether too early to buy seed for sowing there. Fresh orders for wheat have been sent to San Francisco from Australia, which has suffered this year from a prolonged drouth, following a poor harvest last, year. Several cargoes' have already been shipped to Australia from the Pacific slope. The visible supply of wheat In Australia is practically nothing, and there will be no harvest there nntil January. Besides this, Urazil has come into the United States market as a buyer. Snipments of American wheat to Brazil were common enough some yoars ago, but for tho past few years have been rue. The shipments already made to Brazil this year are reported to have been for the account of millers in Rio dc Janeiro, who usually get their supplies from Ar gentina. About 120,000 bushels have thus far been shipped to Brazil. and inquiries foi moro were reported yesterday. All this is more gratifying news for tho wheat growers of tho United States. It means that when they have been paid for their wheat cropt iuis year luey wr.i nave more money than they hava seen for many a day. While tho indications are now for an unusually large crop all over the United States, the prico is higher than it has been sir.ee 1831. The government estimate of this year's crop in the United States is abeut 460,000,000 bushels. This is about 32,000,000 bushels more than was produced last year. Nevertheless the prico quoted at the closing of the inarKei tonignt was JVC a bushel higher than the price of tho corres ponding day a year ago. These facts should make interesting rending for tho calamity howlers, snd certainly Harvey is looked to to explain why silver docs not show its overdue advance. NEBRASKA Cl.KAUINU OFF DEBTS. Loan Comjinnk's Report 11 Great Reduction in Mortices, Omaha, Nob, July 15. Tho reports of mortgage and loan companies doing business In Nebraska for the six monthe ending July 1st aro just being made public. They show a proportion of indebtedness paid during that period that is most extra ordinary. A close estimate of the ? during tho past six mouths In Ne- brnakitot $28,000,000. The most of this the rural districts. Payment of eo Tlajasuin is attributed by loau agents totho economy that hard times lias taught the agricultural masses in tho state and the fact that they arc now rodciying tho income from tho large trops of tho past two years KANSAS IIANKtf' S1IOW1NU. Loans OreatlyHotltued tiutl Deposits Largely IncrciiHed. Topcka Knn., July 10. State Hank Commissioner Hreldcnthnl hns completed tho abstract of returns made by, 373 state aud pilvnto banks showing their condition July 1. CoinparedNvith tho statement for the same pcrlodlnlSOG tho returns show a decrease-, of ltians amotintiug lo $821,105, nn increase of deposits amounting to 12,830423, and an in crease of cash on hand, Includin sight exchanges, amounting n 83,- 21U,G4G The total amohnt of loans carried by the banks is flfi, (131,206 ; total amount of cash on hand, 87,-031,201, nnd total deposits, $18,-050,430. This Is tho first timfc in tho history of tho banking department that tho total deposits hove exceeded tho loans. The separate reports of tho several tho part of their customers to reiluco their indebtedness and to increase their cash resources. It is tho most gratifying report in every feature of the hanking business that has over been madia to the department, and indicates an uulookcd for degree of prosperity throughout tho state. COLORADO'S GOLDEN ACJli. I ho Present Year tho .Most reus In tho State's History Speaking of Colorado's prosperity tho St. Louis "GlobeU)cmoornt" s'ays : j It is with great pleasure that the country will hear of the .abundant prosperity and fine prospects of tho slato of Colorado. The statement comes from one of the leading journals of Dcuver and Is based Upon figures, not mcro conjecture. Tho editorial pago of the Denver paper of a recent date looked as if Aladin had rubbed his lamp for the occasion. Some of tho headlines were "Colorado's Golden Stream," and "Fnilt, Melons and Gold." Thcso inspiring captions wero backed up by statistics of undoubted accuracy, j In its outlook for tho present year Colorado places its production of gold at 824,400,000; of silver, bull ion value: at 51d,UUU,000; lead, 3,-000,000,and copper, $1,500,000, a total of 43.900.000 for tho vear 1897. ItVill be the largest aggre gate in the'history of tho common wealth. U tner metals are found in the state, including platinum, zinc, aluminum, antintony, iron and quicksilver. Sales of mining properties fur the year will reach "ffn immense total. Even if the gold output of 1897 should not go boyond $20,000,000, that would be $5,000,000 more than the yield of last year, nnd placo Col orado at tho head of all the gold producing states, But its fruits ulso arc becoming famous, and speculators from the large citjes arc on the ground buying up the crop of peaches and melons for export. 'Then, proceeds the Denver paper, "the fat lambs and muttons of lust spring, and the beef of next fall, and tho potatoes and wool and hides, and coal and copper nncl other metals." will swell the tide of plonty, and surely should make tho song of thanksgiving reverberate. FAILURE OF THE WILSON LAW. A Comparison of its Operation With the McKinley Law. As a Revenue l'ro'duccr it Yielded Chiclly 1111 Knoriuous Deficit. A Washington dispatch. says 1 "Now that wo urc ahput to bid adieu to tho Wilson law it may not be uninteresting to point out somo of its failures since it is impossible to say anything good Intnking Jeavo of a measure which has brought such distress to the country and the treasury. The deficit of $125,000,000 which it had made up to the time of Mcinley's Inauguration has been somewhat reduced by tho enormous importations of the past three months which were made in order to escape duties under the new tariff law. Notwithstanding the increase in re ceipts by reason of this Uood of im portation ciucp .the inauguration of rrcsiuent mcKiniey, tuo customs, internal revenue and totajrpceipts un der ths law have been much Jess than the corresponding tnonths of thp history of the McKinley law. This is especially interesting and Important because of the statements made from time to time by tho Democrats, to the elfcct that tho Wilson latv,was more successful as a revenue produc er than the -McKinley law, Tho alisol i) te. fajsity of thjs statement is shown by 1I1Q official figures covering tho receipts of tho Wilson law from the beginning of its operations down to the present time and comparing thosu wjth tho receipts under the Mckinley law In tho coi; responding months, of its cxlstcu 0! Tho Wilson law has been In operation 31 months. In those VI months the customs receipts aggregated $16 , 165,218, while In tho first 31 montltff of tho McKinley law tho customs receipts were $5-(8,!52,-U 1. Tho internal revunuo .receipts under the Wilson law in Its Qri 0 months were $382,722,153, nmf In the first 94 months of tho MoKluiey law wero $433,772,158. Tho total 1 receipts under tho Wilson law iu 4ls first 31 months, ending June 50, 1897, aggregate places tho amount pnld'"no,nt to f"0t,200J52, whilo the McKinley law in its first 34 months produced $1,011,048,077, a balnnco of m6re than $137,000,000 In favor of thcvMcKiuloy law. NEWSTROM GRAVES As Expounded In.lko iMuyilcld Mirror Standard Oil prlHC A Comimny'.s Menu llurglar And Other Notes. Tho Standard Oil Company is on bnilding a warchouso at Mayfiuld. ' They think of Inlying a lot and erecting suitable buildings in which to barrel their oil in sufllcicut quantities o supply the local and adjacent trade. At preecnt the oil is shipped In barrols from Pnducah, where they have a bsrrel.ing establishment. Tlwfr.purposo isto ship the oil (o May field from tjicir in tank cars and have, a storage tank at the wrchoiio, from which the oil will bo m in barrels as dtmnmled by tho trail C, Mr. Chipp, representing tho company, was out Wednesday, looking after tho matter. They are on n trade with the Westtrri District Warehouse company for tho vacant lot on which the old tobacco warehouse stands. There is all probability that the trade nill bo miulo, nnd work will then begin ut onco on tho enterprise. County court convenes at Mnyficld Monday, and among other! things will order a vote on the question of gritded schools in compliance; with a petition to that effect, filed Inst regular term. The elect not be had inside of forty days the order is made. I ,IUU UU1 3icnt!sts. at tho on can after There is evidently' at least ono Tcry mean man in Graves county. Iuouo night he robbed both a preacher and a widow, near Pryorshurg. JIe llrat entered the dwelling of Rev. Jones, the Methodist circuit rider of that circuit, and got his shoes and thirteen dollars in cash ; presumably the same felon went to the widow Hynis, nnd got a jar of preserves. Tho burglar appropriated the money, untied the shoes In n field near tho city and dropped the jar of preserves; on the street of the little city. ! Rev. Jones was duo to preach nt Spencer's Chapel the next day, and had to mako his way to town barefooted, whero he then got'himself shod all round at one of the shoe shops there. The stolen shoes were plowed up a day or two ago In the field whero they had been hidden. Tho damage suit against the Woolen Mills and Edward Gorson was tried and decided a day or r,wo ago in the Graves circuit court. Tho suit was filed by Sarah J. Lovcll for $2,000 damages, which she blnimcd she was entitled to by reason of certain violent treatment alio claimed to have received from Gcrson who is foreman of the sowing department of the mills, This lady and another woman named Chester had a fight at the mills one day, aud. Gcrson took her and put her in a room and locked the door, she says, and in a violent and unlawful manner. The Jury she was not entitled to dam ages. for Guacnntoed totacco men siroDg, biooi lult NEWS NOTES. 14. riakarf nimlr Wc, L All drugettrts. 'ES.V. Gold has broken tho record in Mexico by going to a premium of 113&. Mr. Bryan is needed 'there to ferret out the crime against silver. A London paper says the Transvaal gold mines aro in a bad way. If there is a deficit in Africa, Alaska will try to fill the vaoanoy, nnd keep the golden tide rising, New York City gavo lllaine votes in 1884 and McKinley 156,359 in 189G. If Tammany wishes to try a freo silver platform tho other sldo will make nonobjection, A clergyman n Wexford, Ireland, says that If any of the girls should daro appear on bicycles "the roughs and corner boys should glvo them a dip in the pond beyond U10 bridge." The remark illustrates how far a man who thinks he Is sound in iiiorals and judgment may be mistaken. The deepest hole in the earth is tho 1900-foot shaft in a copper mine in the upper peninsula of 'Michigan. As tho rock nt tho bottom is worth ?8 a ton tho hole will be continued indefinitely, much to .(he delight of geologists ami ouicr so A Florida man has experimented with tho sugar in watermelons until ho can produce an'oiinco of ,- M T r. .. uy irom o ounces 01 melon puip, Tho idea of Americans spending $100,000,000 a1 year abroad for sugar is one of our national absurdities. The situatidn among the striking coal miners may be said to be unchanged, 'i'lic contracts held by operators in tho ..Pittsburg district aro being filled frbiq the Clearfield and West Viiginla districts. West Virginia operators are eomddoriug an advance in tho selling prico, of coal sufficient to give the miners' an in crease of 14 cents a ton. ; Tho Fidelity Safety VnnU nud Trust Company, of Louiac'illp, wna tho successful blddor yostcrday for tho State's $500,000 Issue of 4 per cent, ten-year bonds, lidding oou lor tue lot. 1 uto wero twenty fivo other bidders! Tho price is a rcinarknblc good ono nud state oil) cials arc highly pleased, TAKEN TO TUU ASYLUJI. IMUh Hctno Grlof Adjudged Insane Yesterday. Miss Uettio Grief, the young woman mentioned yesterday' ns being tried on a writ of lunacy ,: was adjudged Insane fn ijiidgo Tu.ly V court, and Constable Schroeder left for Ilopklaflville with her this 'morning. Tho uufortunnto young Wunnn is 22 years of ago. and ar adopted daughter of Mr. John Grlof, who V livc3 near tho city on tho Loulavillo road. Tho naluro of her derangomont is quite peculiar. Slid is infatuated with a young man who has exurted every from Steals .- va -- - r l. evon to up. . .Mwy Wit ffTWf tri1tfftrfl afryfi 'lEx. raw a Chiur X lAlucnte Tour UixrrU ten rBfitt C trailing ner nwny having her locked Bl'RGLAR Homo .lali 1 tli WhichM i t i i a i Get in u Window. 3 Iintor.H tho Phulps on f .L. DEATH FROM Play iniJkXfjkvrM.Tnwia !! i -i- -. ..71. rvuw uon - ien iwtf a. l l.u. tovetWXrwtlteSrtU,, s..;'1 1W " ',,, to I kc?" ' riVa. . Dr v-, . 4 the cuw" 1 1 re v -..". OfK lothe (Sii iTailriTltVi m i 11 1 1 T"' TTifliif mv F V oiaii.ui' iiihi nn nr rarrnn i i anl r"V. a pu.: .KMJrS.iis; ..r. IIT..,I -.. v'-i lira:"1" ..:iev t"t,. iJe ona cJ.,i,re " '" 1. the sbwittiss !".iLrntr? "nln .PS ':&&li&itelw 'Sfc".: rit.VNK f. t HKNJ iiialLi. inn. fi..., i.A 1. th'xrulariitiuernl unuujlif !'. j, ciirvKY &('... diiiamJnfii In iu. iity t roWo l!ltniy :6rn Htal alurwulil.aii.l ilmi ..11 ..:.' wllliwytlis mil J of O.VK in'.VDRKI) Ildl7. LAWS for each 1J1U every of ctrrli tlial cannot bo curd)y then-, f iuii'h I'.itnrA fiirn I I'ltANK.1 rilKNKY .svrr m ami iiiis,Tib..a In tl nttfU Ouy (.( itn . . 1). wii, i I I S? 'KAM1N,' lLBAi.l V I Ila'll'riCntarrhCtir in vjxmi im.SmM.. .,..1 actHdlrocllyou the IiIihuIiihI miin..tu.nWnu. n. .,. uu....n. U.in.t f... .J..I . . ... .wo imunliiln. vi up f'T 7 , ","1," ItK feotiltvtlrhzitUlJt.T Hall' raiuliy 1'lluuro t! i a oo itiodo. o. itant of .Mrs. Eil son Street. A stalwart ,ftigro with a rod shirt on had n thrilling escape nhbut midnight last niglit. ' i He was otft on a'uiartiudlug expedition, antlk visited the , boarding homo of Mrs. Clara Ptiolpj, widow of the late Uhleor Ed Phelps j at 1111 Jackson slrccK I The wimlutWo Mrs. Pilosis' room was raised nndfter climbing up to it and looking ltiAbo reached b baby's high chair, nnd caricd it atfay with him. '; . Going around tj tho window of n room occupied bV two employes of Littlo's spoke factory he climbed up in the chair nnd hoistetl thoiwindow nnd then seated himself on tile sill to rccounoitor. Qno of the yoiing men was awakened, audi lay there watching tho burglar, but had u pistol. He got a good description of him.tho most conspicuous part about him bo ing his rod shirt.1 "If I hail a gun I'd kill you right. "uure you are," no sain, atid lite thief tumbled out tho window backwards at?d esaaped. , . ! Officer .Sutherland is conBdont he saw tht ennio man yesterday, Denng nun uy his red shirt. A senrc was made f6r him this morning he had dlsappearod. ' Willi &SISS1 -T I FIREj m07. Lethal KnfoItU tin- Yle'ltiu Ur. for'lVi T1Iuh nmnlim lUin, TIwh their ltvwlln con. flogrwtlons do nut inj niftns always suffer lihjulcal yUn. Jn rmwiy cas no (kiuUt, aUarp tarror lkh tne Uitnjr of which, the vlutlm la totietmii, Atid In many more, ytnagv mi it way Heom, conwlnmrvei f l.y 110 pirt, 11 ccftslng iinlealy aid without ji In great rantfapratlona gc are produced which bve much the same effect an chloroform or ilmllar and it iatl'uut UuU. of those who lovo their live In ch catatrtphea a ronkl'rblr prporilon pntu lofcxl.tilb without any ertdfnee of linviji Thla reriult in prmlurrd fhen a Ufa toa w jien the iicoeaa of air baa at flrt l..i 11 olent to efeusH wnrrpTefe comDti.tloD. nnd when that Vall,r fnia, crlKinle OKldc, ia enf Ita rot4q Inty lethal flevp befort) tho.aotval flanttii have rcocpea Tiem. "Of theae, liowrvW. who lwlw evidently itrojrfleilnrid hvight am) whoa oharrcl corpaea are furvnl Dtiw) In attitude tifraatiw of violent effort made Id att:ui(tUiKlo wnpe, h lliimt not lw Jiug1nc tbt thy Imva of lieen Vurii" d apur ahd have rlleil in the agony nhich ttich are popularly Imagined ' to Hnt)i froMi atrony fn iwtl!? itmth from fJiwh, a coniMUon In which the liody I limp and brljrieac; vbireA In lceth from o!TocHt)on Mtrujlip bo.t (fo on even aftcra conttrioiMncfw liaa ptwoil.'Bntl the vtrnhied nttttud of the oorio may i cxpmalvo utiiy pi the final itroxyHI eiTort jiwie IniaiHitte of antln MiitiiixHoloUBBcw "Suffocation on om thloy moro than more oarhonjc oetid Jt is the oppg! of the breathing liy the etlfllnt; raporti iloea the uiichle.f. Corlionfc twik M owltl doubttroii kill If it could be hararhed, imt anyone wlio nti attempted to entor a hurnlnx building will know tjiat nut-location nt 011 the ulT one brnatluii, tint 011 the foot that One can' not brvnth nt Mt Th; lun ar o rattch derived of thitr wupirty'of ttft if the mifffrvr were ilun;reO over hwicl In nnd the Ktrujr(;lo 1 much the umiv Whl a, then, wo niuHt ndnilt Uw horror of ho moment, the terror, tht) flfiiht for brutth, and finally the ilenlh f rum flnlTpcntloii, tve tnuirt rvniembtr Ihnt nil tlita laotten i n mattor of nhort duration, an. that It Is bomethhiK' very different from the Blow torture of beinf burnttl ijlho." tlOTpltnl I 1 but f E. GUTHRIE 315 II roadway p ULXIZthj Q AVIN yat 111. wuie hlaVlil i mmlln, Vd. wide unhlkcbl mualln, :' nimity, worth!8c, now be. Imorted Orgtndy at lc,18 35 inch PercHjc at Gc, 9c. Gents' Underwear; A large asaortt gau underwd Shoos from 26e Gonta' Si. 01 and othor stylo If you want goods, both nov inomhor it U to ours boforc buyidi 25 coats ou tlie dc get nrst cuoicc, I Mr yX ' Ttm .v! UUIIL... " HMIQQ THIC C I!) iwy4Wi4 ' -till) Unnnu wi.jv iiuiiur. a ' , .1 I i ! v ' W '" ' i" -T I V . X. On Monday big retliiclion nisiii 111 gniidle, will be Wo have yh nice line of! lightweight woojl&n checks and iancle just the thing for skirts-which we will sell Vtjtbig diQun;. All 50c goods go ht 39c. All 25c goods go .it I Be Fancy clieolV linens wot h jjc will clo at atc. . , All 30c orvnndies will be closed at 23c; joc goods go for 1 2 c. 1 liw !mle will cdmiirtie fo y; no cdilie days only; early want choice pf litrgaiH. r a, tw if veil Wboe quotations arc ojdy a few prices that will interest you. Calljon us. ! - BO. m. A Final Crash ot Extraor Oflers. diuary Goods must go within ,two wooka. .Grontost rtxlurtfon. bktrt. bar gains, nioru vahiba thau cvw rla, Diu ora; on an iruM are laaleltleM vid, uwjnnng. j n irtier to mllHf frpp s to iU realty vie simply pjtyj ypu goods at ami brow cutt. ( , m , Ladies' and Infants' Vests. 'fi hve thJ cents a piee w a largo slot at 3' Ladies' Eoso. Kxtra seamtftA Iiom, twth IOb, oir ciaugntpr ji mily 6e whita uUU at 18c, 6pL fJSe. uroag iarrel nuiliu at -I s . 7 k.. Rfc OVic IS10 23c. int of fancy r Ml MMl iHrfoW cost. I Jhoes. ,1 o$1.00ninir. fancy bosom shirt at 17c anything in WodJen: Hies oud iHfdik. re- our iutoreat ,t0 no 1 can aitve vou lar. Don't foroi the placo. Come, ht otiuo in tider to Edeleii, g !C hJ NK, 22G Urondwny, Padiifrih, fvy. upon from 0 a. m. 1 urday night 3 p. m. On Sat- from 7 to a. Interest Paid in Time Deilosits X "I OFFICERS. I Jab. A. Rudy V. F, Paxton ... (Jashier R. ltuiY Ant nashior DIREOTOItS, Jas. A. Rudy'. Jab. 71. Smi F. M. FiBiiHlt. Oko.O. Wa i l.LACK. P. KAHI.KITMR, W. H. I'AXTON, UKO. U, I1AHT. Ji. 1'RHLliY,) It. UUOY IimtorUtut NOtlco, ' All themselves In- debtcdto thptlrms of Rogers &Kinif aud & Son nroihorpby warned to call mil settle the name at onco at my ollllo, Wo. X2T Bouth Fourth Blrcol, iJid thereby jsavo'to lliimisclvos costs, I as I will bo, forced to proceed by layto collect I unloes otbcrwlso settled pfbiiiotly. .' l-;i III PciijVAit, Ucceiver.of I?pg!Vs Jt (g.jnd John uogers & son. IKGU No. I TO TMB l 1 " ' 'T. .Vft Cannot bo had olsowhoro m tllb ...I I I y- 1 , . ' ad' ' L. Holigay FREE Tiiltf in ton . - r hyy 5. we begin -n ' ' &Uq uXS. 3 JO Brond Tok'puone'lUfe . 132 Soutli Fourth Street. ft Ainciittiu PlauU8 ,,By tttn, ttoiims' only SI. 00 and ij F (tf.d I f saije in ovurviiiMimt. r " ! - ii i. ... X. i Jfi . .i. tnnf.rrrnoh JliillWtlSc?. lJltnillp nr. K? -www r wim Lrfi ami nil wasjt goods ,, ', , , . eluded in this silc at a .5 .- .., n ,, .. - . ". discount oio to 40 per cent. 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