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t.,t V ' Lr . . BARGAINS To Suit Jthe Weather, To Suit Your Pocketbook, AT THE BAZAAR 215 BROADWAY. Rr1 . We wish to announce to the ladies of Padttcnli Our iVllllinery FalI Opening Saturday, October 2, No cards. All are welcome. We have the most complete stock of millinery in the city. A visit to our place will convince you as to the truth of tins assertion. .. Ask to see our $2.00 pattern hats. A more stylish ami tastily trimmed hat would be hard to find at any price. Higher grades of pattern hats at very low prices. Switches and bangs at very low prices. Kirvc r Cool Weather Just received, the latest style canes; not IVapCis only the noveitiCSi but sensible, stylish capes, such as all ladies like to wear. , , We have new capes in cloth at Si. 25. ?.9S and 5-2.50 that would be considered cheap for twice the amount. Other capes and jackets in ,hc same proportion. ... ., , We make a specialty of children's jackets, infants' cloaks and hoods at prices 50 per cent, lower than anywhere else in the city. for ladies' dress skirts. Ask We are certainly headquarters OMITS. all lined and velveteen t0 8ee our Bjack Figured Dress Skirts, faced, for Sac. , . . The Very Latest Thing:. The Conchee plaid dress skirts 111 a variety of beautiful colors, at $1.50. These skirts cannot be duplicated under S3. 00. . A large line of ladies' dress skirts 111 silk and wool mixtures, and fancy brocade silk and satin skirts at ridiculously low prices. THE BAZAAR. NEW STORE. 216 Broadway. Everything in Its Season stock of staple and fancy groceries is 0UR and up-to-date. Splendid line of canned goods. Our meat market is unexcelled, having everything in the line of fresh and salt meats. Telephone 118. P. Cor. 9th and Trimble. A BRAND NEW RESTAURANT. CASPER "JONES Has opened a Brand New First-class Restaurant In connection with his saloon. Oysters, Fish, Spring Ch.Jicn, Ham, Eggs, Steak, Cotfee, etc. In faet, everything toeat,orr.y6ne thlngto eat, at POPULAR PRICES. Give us a call anc wo wijl try to make a customer of you. 5c buys something to eat; IOcbuyTometbIngtoeal; lBc buys something to eat, and no on. You doiv'Vhave to bo just back froni the Klond.vke to get a good square all Hours, turnianea Nick Han's ?& BROADWAY. CASPER'S Old Stand GAGGED HER, Annie Jliuiisey Bec.uno Rambunctious Yesterday. Cr.nteil Great Hxoltciiiant nt tlio Jull Yesterduy Afternoon. Annie Kam&eV, in jail under of the eueuit couit lor malicious catling, and awaiting trauspoitution in Ftiti.kiott lor a jear created great e.xcitetiunt in the vicinity of the jail yetrdaj aftirnoou about 5 o'clock. Inuslioit time nboiit a hundred people had been attracted to ttie has- tliu lit her cries 01 "iieiiu "". ..... '.. ...I f.ir Minn time it could tiott be nscirlulned what was up. i..u..r Mill, r ariivel in a short time, howcxer, and atter an $10,000 Immnge Suit, gall '11 informed prieit that Oscar Lynns, father of Claude Ly-the woman was using obscene Ian- ons, who was killed a week a.o at omi.ru iii her fill, on accouut of a May'lctd by an I C f rht Lain, with Ida F.ller, another brou 'lit Miit Saturday for SIO,OQQ primmer, and an attempt was maiio to 1 hanee I11T hue became more profane than evil, and the ones beard were when an attempt was made by the jail ollleub to gug her. They llnallj succeeded, and h r profanity was curbed, for the time beiug, at least. FKACTUKBD l'U'E. ObJtcUon ICals.il to It. Mi it Was Dug Up nnd Kkpuli'wil. 'lhcie w a pouie Utile stir at ihe hcweiae exe'ix alien on Thhil stitet lKtieen Mudlsou and Hunison AlrrntR this morning. It appears that some pipe hud been , e hi ai.il covcrcil w.ucu some 01 thorn u inspectors objeeteil to, and nfer borne discussion, ouo section was dug up and jep.nced. Accoiding to the statement, of J, i.inn. ii luinl with a niece of the ""- - " llunge broken olf was laid, ami in- ppeilor WhiclUaud Major Hjiuc;), tie 1 Iter of the committee, 0f iil. i if d to it aud uiBived that it be replaced. . Have Your W ihve y cash pu.chasojol fi.we wI1Ij,'vojcj Picfur a-i nd r ou Mr, W. O. ,Mel .idden,'.for whhhho will so Taken 1 hkey rr plcturokoithatof a fnend, p aiol onnni Fre I I 1 11 elegant lapol bui.on, wolch cobU you Q do nothing. Voute. the button, we tl) T fit t4 ?j9A&Mri fu' DRUG STORE IS THE RECORD WE MAKE. F. LALLY. rooms 10 rem at pupuiar pnev. Telephone 373. 129 South Second. Special Sale on Our New Goods. New sauer kraut, per gallon . . 25c New country sorghum, per gallon, 30c New sour pickles, per gallon, . 25e Fresh hot peanuts constantly on hand Fresh tomato ketchup, pint bottles, 15c Twenty -four pounds best family flour 65c Twenty-four pounds best patent flour 75o I. L. Randolph, Telephono 69. 123 South Second St. LOCAL MENTION. Dyersburg Won. Dyersburg, Allen & Moswcll's big pacer, won the pacing lace ntl'ri melon Saturday afternoon, best time, 2:20. Mr. A. S. Thompson drove him. Tltn flnnaf rinmlliw llint mnnnv mill 8111 can produce at tho Delicatessen damages iMjainst the company Wanted. To huv second omul -totes. I iwiii;nce, 20s0 213 Court Stieet. Dr. Edwards, Specially, Eye, Kar, Nose and Tliruut. I'mliu:ab.lv Incandescent lump globes suitahli for 83 stem for sale at McFheifcon'o Drugstore. tl September li.rlit bills are now due. If you pay befoie the 5th you save the discount. People's Light, Power iUlll 1 Itllilroud Co. p u',.ii,...n f...n,i.,il Mniiiinrni'l u, imhih.i - o--- Nov I'roUdcuce, 'ftnu., Oct. 27th, 18'J7. C. Mcndcnhull, Eva iville, Ind. Dear Sir: I'leuse ahin us soon as possible ' gross of your dull anil Fever Cure aa offered in your letter 23th. I consider your Chill Cura the best in the maiket. Yoiim, iu pcclfully, V. W Smith. Uiuupbfll'.Mulviliill Coul Com-i puny will lilt yoir coal liouse imw 'clit'iipcr limn tu .nic. Cull mill nmUe contniet. Wuur Vol ..o 1'hIioiih of Ihe Water C'o. aiu re minded that all uu.s vuie due mid ijiiyaldo on Out l.t. Those who intend to renew thuli lents bhould do ' befoie it it foigotten, us till, premisis not paid for after Out. 10th will be bhiiloff, Fieph oslcrs and celery at ihe Ujlicatesn 'I lio Who. Clinic air. I Mr. IKnrj Kirksey, n well known fanner, was painfully hurt Siilurdey ft ir miiiii Inlii uliilii ililvlmr liiitno. w) , f , ,s m vm)0 0,f o t i)tl(j jj ' H.ih.m uit nti lita lin nl ti until. tUllMMI will wi "P f M lift- ca'p wound biing lullictcd. Dr. Tioiitmuunltin leil him. i Order your oysters and eclory from the DclicaiC'en. , flLk TTtrt . . BffiSa Uorfoet POWDER dott tuth hnlii MI'S. fj PURG : IIIQMGST QRADE. IjJLHj , Caret PERFECT DAKINQ POWDER CO., St Loals Ask jour grocer for tho "l'erfect." PERSONALS. Mrs. 1). C. Wallace is ill. Miss Mary It. E. Grelf is quite 111. Miss Addie Hart is visiting in Kan-(.as City. K J. Waters, of Murray, is at the l'.ihner. Mr. Chas. Dundy has gone to St. Louis on a isit. J. T. Connor, of Murray, is at the Palmer. W. V. Gibson, of Philadelphia, a a I lie Palmer. Mi-is Ellis Winchester has returned from Nashville. Col. John J. Dorian has returned 1 out Cincinnati. Miss Emma Meyer, of Tolu, is at Hotel (Jilbcrto. A J. Schmidt, of Indianapolis, is at Hotel Gilhcrtn. Mr. Geo. II. Powell, of Louisville, is at the Palmer. C. II. Stark, of Denton, was In the c ty joterday Mrs. II. P. Lyon has returned from a visit to Jackson. Guy M. Deaue, of Owetisboro, is at the Palmer. Mis Mamie Knight aud baby left at noon lor St. Louis. Mr. Rob McCann has returnid fro. u Louisville. Col. Hilly Parham has rctun.ed fiom Princeton. Mrs. J. It. Pu. year is out after au attack of Mimes. Uobt. Wilhcltn is back from Nashville and Memphis. Mr. J. W. Raker returned at noon from Howling Green. Mr. Victor Van Do Male and wife b ive gone to St. Louis. Miss Daisy liljthe leaves Wednesday for her future home in Pulton. Claim Agent .lohn G. Miller went up to Madisonville this morning City Editor IrviuS. Cobb, oltlo "News," spent Sunday in Louis-vile. Miss Ann Reed left today for St. Louis 011 a visit to her sister, Mrs. McArdle. Mrs W. G. McFadden and Miss Joie Hroadfoot leave tonight for a v.sit to St. Louis. Mr. A. J. Roth, formerly of Louisville, has accepted a position as book, keeper with M. Kahn. Mr. Fred Hoyer weut up to today to resume work on the penitentiary workshop. Clarence Simpson, the Mayfleld bicycle ridei, came In this morning aad is at the Palmer. Misses Zadah aud Nellie U. Young have returned home from an ex'end. ed vUit to Trigg county. Mr. J. W. Wicks, lepresenling the E 15m Cigar Company, of Hopkins villc, is in the city. Mr. Thomas Clark, of Liverpool, Eng., proprietor of the Clark tobacco factory here, an i veil at noon. Major S. L. Woodward, of Washington state, is here on a visit, lie formerly resided here. Mrs. J. F. Saunders and son, of Louisville, are guests ol Mrs. Saunders parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Nash. .Mayor Clem Whittemore, or May-field, accompanied by his little nephew, will attend Ruffalo Dill Mrs. Dorothy Koger and Mrs. Nettie Elliott, of tho city, aro at tending the W. C. 1 . U. State Convention nt Georgetown. Mrs. Mary Ritchie, of Riverside, Cal., arrived in the city yesterday on a visit to Mr. Ed Morgan, 31'J Washington street. Most of the Chicago excursionists have returned, but a few eeint'd an oxteiiMuns of tickets and are still in the Wiudv Ciiy. Mr. Herbert Swift, known to manj of the Padueah boys by his old "Hinty," is a guest of his b'o her, Mr Swift. Elder T. J. Harrison, of Oak Lcvil, au opp icant for the position if Master of Marsha' c nnty, was in he city t 'day. The Valley Medical Assnil lion meets at Louisville to moirow, nut io lur as can no icarntn. i,ut few, if any, Padueah pbysicianu will attend. Doctors Brooks and Roddick contemplate at'i'iuling. ; WALI.ACIi'ri OiKCUS l.icf I'liroiigli 1'udiiculi iluy ."Monilng, Wallace H:os.' clrjiis, couiisllng of 21 cars, pass-.d through the city y. iterduy eiiioute to Central UHy, where UN b.ilcd for today. It went over the Illinois Central. Order your oysters aud celery fiom tho DclicatMien. The finest candies that money and h!o y.tn produce ut tho Oclica'.Cji;'. 2o2 Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. DR' TO CREAM BAKING PONDER A Pur Orape Cream ol Tartar Pswfcr. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A GOLD INE FODND IN PADUCAHI You need not go to Alaska to find gold. You have it here without making any expense. If you buy $15.00 worth of goods for $10.00 you have found a $5.00 gold piece. And if you buy S3. 00 worth of goods you make Si. 00 in silver. Our price are lower now than ever. Gothing Department. Men's heavy Scotch pants, guaranteed all wool, worth ?3'o, for $1 75 Men's fine dress pants, worth S3.50 and $4.00, for 2 50 Meu's black and blue che viot aud worsted suits, worth from $5.00 to $7.50, for 4 50 Men's dress suits silk-lined, worth from $15.00 to $25.00,. for 9 50 Boys' knee suits which are worth from $t.so to $2.50 for $1 00. .$1 25.. I 50 We carry a full stock of Hats, Trunks and Valises at greatly PADUCAH AUCTION CO. Third and Court We keep open till 10 o'clock every evening Saturday till 12. POLICE COURT. Charlie Leverter, the Baiber, Conies Clear. JuJgo Sanders II ml a Ulg Docket 'I his .Mornlnir. The cae against Chas. Leverter, colored, the barber charged Willi crimiuully assaulting Alma Hoskius, colored, was called fur trial in the police court today, aud the witness put under the rule. The girl was called first, and said she, her uncle and cmisiu occupied oue room on South Second street. She retired about 1 o'clock last Friday night, and kuew nothing tlse until she awoke to 11 ml LcVerter in bed with her, attempting liberties with her. She screamed, jumped up and lit a lamp, siczed a board and attempted Klondike Not In Ir. Better Than Gold thenew SCHOOL SHOES :SGOGHRfN 6c OW&N'S. Buy C' Shoes boughtloflusJpoHshed.frce. fuSUBI Wrf to use it, but he wrested It from her. She asked him to leave, but he onl cursed and abused her, and refused. Her cousin dually arrived and put him out of the house. It was proven, lion ever, that Leverter formerly lived in the same yard with the au, ami had shown her a great leal of attention. He had tuken her out to saloons frequently and had a general eood time with her. Furthermore, the cvidenco developed the fact that the girl's cousin, Ueu Hardy, Jr , had been on intimate terms with her. He admitted us much. Ou the night in question Lcvrter ai invited iutp the house by the pr prietor, who af'crwanU'h'fi, '1 na case as promptly tloumted by Judge Minders at the conclusion f the testimony, and Leverter wa9 Guhe Fletcher and Joe Kcclin, col ned. were charged witn engaging in a light. It appears that Keehu Kiiujked Fletcher off a bicycle and lie knocked h"ra down. Keellu eluiiin Fletcher run over him with the The case against Keelin was continued until Wednesday. Fietcher iu lined $5 and coils. Auuie Hushing, colored, was charged with a bieaoh of the peace by engaging in a dilUculty with her mother. Her mother stated to the court that the gill, who is a nu'io child, wanted to run the stiecU all i the time aud stay out all night. She also said ttiai . '" uirl's head was foil of "coke" all the time, meauiug cocaine, .ludic Sanders took occnoloo 10 t say that hi didn't know what would become of the people if the cocali e habit is not stopped. He said ho hoped and believed that the would pass a law against the sale of the drug as it wus killing more people than any other Intnl. Minnie Woods, coloied, was charged with using insulting language towards Mary Franklin She denied the chaige and the warrant win dismissed. The caso against Roland l.out rt son, colored, char ed with using a hatchet on Will Manuel was dis missed. Will" Fntrell and Marv Joues were charged with immorality. Uotli arc colored, and the caso is nn old one, Futrcll not having been arrested. The case ogainst the woman was dism'ssed for lack of evidence, and tho other was continued. Esther Boyd, colored, waschnrgol with throwiug a biick at, nnd using insulting language towards Mrry El- liott. She was acquitted. Joe Kelley, coloied, charged with being drunk, was lined II and costs, j Buy Kadiant house stoves they ate the best, at Scott Hardware Co. 'a. , Shoe Department. Men's heavy calf, heavy .vole, -hoes, worth $j.oo, for.$I Men's good everyday shoes worth from M.50 to M.75, for I 00 A heavier shoe, finer grade, wo th $2.00, for 1 25 Ladi.s1 fine dress shoes lace or button, worth fiom $3.00 to $3.50, for 00 Ladies' everyday shoes, worth Si. 50 and $1.75, for . . 1 00 Hoys' good shoes, worth $1.50, for 1 00 Caps and Gent".' Furnishing Goods. reduced prices. A SLNSM'ION Itcportcil I rom ilic Vicinity of StniiKK'W 11. A M'iiH:itioiml storv f'oin Illinois, in tliu vicinity cf Uuiouiille, or Stringtonn. According to reports a well known MiniiL' mill of Hie section has beei compi Ihd to set k mifciy on this lde of the Ohio, the nilegcd caon beitiv that he lm h'cii nu iiiilmate term-with a young lady of that se-'lion I'lie detail cam. .it In secured, bu it is said that the affair has occasion ed no little comment across the river. Dcnth of .Mrs. hoir. .Mrs. JesMS Miuff, aged 1'J, of died est en lay of fever, alter a fortwi lnV illness. Tlie iccenlU eanit here with h r husband from Illinois to reside. The lemains wire buried at 3 o'clock this p m. Huy Rail ant lnniv stoe,tlii'y ale the best, at Scott Hardware Co'h. I tSX one pair and you will.buy another next . MORTON'S OPERA HOUSE . ONE NIGHT ONLY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7 Till! FUNMHST OF TllUM Au. .. McFee's Matrimonial -Bureau! t red-hot Musical Comedy, Introducing FAMOUS 20 FURNISHERS FUN 20 Irish Wit, Sweet Singers, New Music, Ileauriful Scenery, Hlegjut Cotittuet, U.iHily ilanccm, and ComeilI.ttiH. I'llcca, 5, ji, 50 ami ?s cnila tat on n!e Wtilnculay murnlng ot Vnu tulln (jnUUT A I .nivTHOl'OLIS. .lulu .tons to lie 'I ricd for Ar.-on Circuit court convened at Metropolis, III., tliM morning. There me hut few cases to be tried, however, one being ugainit l'eters, eharged with committing arson by sitting Ihe o his grocery. There aro also Unco wheat thieves In ml to ho tried. Cook stoves loner than ever, at M. K Jones, Second and Court streets. W'ttnt.il l'iano phyer for the ma 1. Call bctweeu U ritdlO uesday morning Palm'i llnue F U Ilfriv Cook iiv'.'S lowir than evet at M. K. Jonei', "sccoiid and Couit aticct. laL'w Witllii'il Singing and dancing souhretlr Contralto, for the load. Call between '- d 10 Tuesda mur.iing Palmer House. nu u);. f al kinds at M K jone.( yot( ,i a,j (joint siieets. .i,,. In I'oitei'w Jiinmlc Jackson, loloitd, of "Ti i Can alley," died and was today buried ut tho expense of the county, . . J ntU M E. Jonei, Hctond ami Court suce.s. HARBOUR'S Juki luck o( Wallerntrln'ii Ou North Third ulrrf i. AP'ri.Mhlr to hII ilret cur linen, At croMlim of llruadwar and ThlrU Ml!. Millinerv A rich collection, much eleganco. A great stocl'i irnthered from tho fashion center. Tho deep, niollow autumn tints blond In perfect harmony tho pretty hats thai niako pretty faces; rich fall styles vleng for your favor. Tho prettiest sorts, most deftly made, suited to every taste, and ploddingly becoming. These rich styles mean great Helling. You may eharo thiBgood fortune when you aro ready, but It's safest to oonm noon, It's fortunate for us and for Padueah and vicinity that our maetorly buying enables us to make prloes much below other dealers. It's a saving to our customers that wo are just.y proud of. A hearty welcome to visit- o:b, rar arm near. Autumn Dress Goods Kindly our cordlnl Invitation to visit this popular department. We want your verdict. Fancy colored weaves, deep mellow autumn tints, nothing loud or pronounced, but iuxt what any lady of re 11 1 led tasto might toloct with perfect satisfaction. Prices range 25c, 300, ISo, CSc, 75c, OSc, and down to double-width half-wools for 11 c a yard. Broadcloths and p'ain colored Dress Goods Wo' ve dono some good buying here. Comploto Hues of plain colored serges, honriettas, sackings, fine broad-cloths, etc. some imported, some the proud product of our own land, and ill priced for quick yelling. Not a price here miidu but rcprcnunta thoroughly relUblu and attractive dress goods, 18c, 23c, 25c, 3l)c, 63c, tiSc, 76c, 85c, 41.00 and a 1.25 a yard. Mrong Black Goods Argument Tliu beat thoughts of tho best makors on two continenlB will be found In our black goods section A lar,to stock of imported black gownings and the Wormy makes ot our own country have been gathered for your chosing, and a grand collection It is. Numerous fancy weaves among them.. Every worthy kind of plain black goods from the staple Uenrtetta to tlio rlcn male-we're rials going to do selling in black goods that will causo much favorable comment. Here are a few price hints, e.ieh one ol which wo guarantee represents most excellent value to-wit, ISc, 23c, 25c, 35c, 3c. Wo, ISo, I'Jc, 65c, 65c, 75c and 81.00 a yard. HARBOUR'S I ' 112-114 Noktii Tallin Stukkt. HOB I 1 ' ! ! I , fall 331 BROADWAY. ' l)K. COLDS , ' 1 ov log tu the Rush of lJiislne,, Is Compelled tu Itcmnln A Few Days Longer, t Krrors of refraction of the eyes aro dbil assuming more inijiortanco and ! are engaging more than ever the at-; leuiiiin or the optician. Even the t iblic is becoming interested, after! how much science is able tu improve the vision and aid Uio de-J lectlvc eye to enjoy ho beauties of n i. tu re in '.ho same degree as the per-1 feet P3 P It is n fuct now generally known! and conceded by all o.ulists ealed physicians that certain so-called! I'li'dUeases," as well as many cases of chronic headache, neuralgia and nervous prostration are due to irregularities of the refractive media. VOL1 sllOUr.'l WEI It OLASIKS if you are unable lo read line print, to sew or do any line work for ar.y length of time, especially by gus light. If the e)es ache or water, or everything "swims'' or becomes dim, or looks hazy or blurred when using them u short time, aud you have X look hard to see plainly. If you bcoomo sleepy or have a tired feeling eyes after reading a nhurt whilo, oii need glasses. Con sul", Dr Goldstein. Kvcs examined free. Olllco hours from 10 a. m. to a p. in. Palmer House, at liotel parlors. '2M EKnnaa A GENEROUSLY GOOD A More Dangerous Epidemic Than Yellow Fever T tf I I T is posstoic in faducah. . USE ONE OF . . . SCOTT HARDWARE CO.'S WATER FILTERS AND BE ON THE SAFE SIDE HENRY MAMMBN, J BOOKBINDER A thoroughly equipped You need scud nothing Pfctuit Flat-Opening Books.... Hailed. Albert Berniieim. J 20 North 5th Street, ( N1JXT 1'A r..i hr ; HOUSK. ) f A. M. Office Hours' i'! J Ml 1 M. I 7-i 1'. M. PropoNiiIs I'm I'ulilU I'rlnlliig, nlrJ IU4W Will lr rrrrl.l l. tli r nril I In- tarjr if suit- umii ihm n, iciii. lMrlb w t which lm ili'i wi.IIm rl, r Hume rlutlun i..i Mil in. k ana .i. ltlllrr l( lllr ni.L .r.os.1 Oil .1 n.t f.'lll ll. tUww. Ill Ml ral Hil, an .1. IKlm.f.l lu nil .IrinlKnl An rt l jilotlil" iu,w tl,. j. rill l tnir bin. II tt nii tAli.iu.'.r bi' i. llll ' P T1n JlllrJIlB IHrt Tbsroiili.'i' will fur )rril ( inn run. rrom llm mm M.0)f in i.i.i,. v "W nil will lnit.Jr. t to all tfcw ln. il i f Ur Uw ll ilii.ii. iii.ic.iiily iUi id. fuiuiwuik l-Smil u liu uc r l r lutnoii lb wholf iiM Krrr ikaiMiiir ii Hon of ihr v r.t hil rir.ul'rt m Kritui.rirt.tbat majr l " iiiu.l by lb mnimlxl'incni of im ihUkk. 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Irn,y .Mnilum wi ai.4 Hmai 41 IIMtwtfcr IOIU)lUkW laUMM!Hl.ilHii MM rl SVral Imlrara .full lMlbrr baiunil. ilim k'oi'l iciirrr.1 inralcn r lb f lhn alifa o aauM luivr a b.Kb fap Oa.. H. ilium and It.nal lixlrtm In In at t barti (It took ahMl Ki.l'l Ivllrrral Hun.i foralatrUptarilnnia lo ( fur li nl at bIJ on l.tduUa lorixumira I 'tint nl w ltt)r rap I mil laag. au ' lr tT Ibfnl I iMlliilil.rb.UI .) al wk.il j'rlrr tbrjr wilt fiirtiUli ib mur lit I mr. tab tho atalf nub im.oi: IHlwitapti .ud nilxunl work liiKorn.w.. i, i I.Fiir Uroda ' mlltor W airaui. Auditor a l!cai auJ l'rltm Rr li'a I'ar.lona aud I onlitlonal Notary tomnn.aii nv wrrano r .rrai. Map Ant" 1 1 I; quaitlona. 1.1 rrcapa. Ju.tb.a or (h vp a iinifiitaffiaia, 1'ollcr JiitlK,. a I oriunlal)ia County Judiiva lomniiaalona, rr or rvrtl a Cum ml. I. n. MlvrlUnroiia ("ommbwI'UM. K.tn rati mto uiii Kt u iil. ami l.mt..rH lit 1 1 ra.1., sirl l.uirraml Trpanrr a Ctrrka Kcurlh mii aer'a liirnlab ny artlcln utaiainoaily am.-.i in btl .,,.. . ...... . St n.. .M.u M.u .. V. MW....V... .Ml... I T , I.UI aWlff in Wbnlaala aaah tirlm In linlvili ...l i !... dall all uoial to la Urllli rrr4 ly cuiutrm lor wiibout cnarKf rr rrrlubt iki iix' ' r;.",'1 ,ur buj"" Addipaa all riiniiiiiinlratlii.. .hm.i v.. i. .... ill.W lnit Tiva.ur.r.sM.ibiV.".. -".i"'! Kinlay StirrlaM ... Miilflil -. r .-.,... L , lti i. , MORTON'S OPERA HOUSE I'LEtCIIK TF.UfclLl Manager 6t (of ! ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY New York s Latest Laughing ...GILM0KC & I tONAHD'J... HOGAN'S ALLEY I COMPANY. Hinlot.nl Ij Hip Nrw VnrV, World aatlir I umilcat Iriali Cotuctly T. Knjoy nn Heiung of Hilarit) ami See the YELLOW KID. on mi Prlcm, S. ts. Viiil7crnl re( Sfilion ntc rucKlny inornln Kit an culin'i on NVlllltcd. To buy stcoml hand bedsteads nd mattresses. Lawui stu, 2'Jsfi '.'13 Court s roet ! an L,J : ( 1 IJ 99 t& A A l M S I llTl I'l V r I LL J Li . JlJllklj K lil HIIBlNiH l fMfJtmlJJlffiEm NICKEL CIGAR. ONCE TR1EC. For a Limited Tian We will sell three 5-cent your choice new drug store if you want a Seventh and Jackson streets. ' --. ,rj lllU DtltJ.L it back for tho manufni'ttirtNl so that wn etui emillnun to iu i.uint(s ourselvo ami at ihosniu time help jnu. Th moiiuy we pat lout for grain and a Jhor iikhIIv HloiH in tow,,, and Ihe more our own ptplo sumo of our output the umre wi can make it market for lueaiMnffs and hum, i,,r, Uai makes moiio eireulate,oiiotrnnsaetiort imp-) inioiner, ami so It .(nM's from hand to hand, and llm t innnmy Is helped. Vours for good Ifutvw I 11 . t'UUYKAU, Pros'i. W. A. COKEU, sapl, P S Families will i.i,.,,.., ,,... llier groeoi.wnou krepu,.. ur gooiN in stoi k and tliiTaliy save uiMJuui mo irounio of oiit,r , t from the mill. Notice, i our iu...i, sacks and barrels. HKOUil'RATIOaN' UAV. llpiiipinher (lint Tuesday, is rcgiatlMlioiiiluv. Yon ennuot vote unln.ss p r,.iriht,... ALWAYS TAKEN. onco on Saturdays You can pick Oall on us at our good cigar. & CO., Pharmacists. to each person cigars for 10 cents. of the brands. J, D. BACJOiV a X Jf. ,oJl. Nia, i:.1 ,j:. to v. f'V Vtamt iot (J liKwATIK'ILItK frM IVlL '' ' 'w p laut. out of town. 126 BROADWAY Tclcphon - "Pride ol the A high grade, patent Hour home made. You will like it. Try it and be convinced. 'Success n A strict patent, second only tu V 1. I'm; is proof. Mnk? the teit. "Snow Drift," A good. Straight OnuJ None better made. "Dai QV n -7 , A good, hoiiesi., 5trictly rhoicv flour. Alo Pure, Fjfjsfi Corn Meal Made of selectrcorn. All mninifaotiirol nnd for Lv tliu under ii(Hod. I'.mr borroN, iHirux u . . . lit ..fur. ...I 1.. I ""ugui mr rnh nt our e..pUr thou tb ptr,...t. II (I 1'flV III., I l.luli.l ...,.l. ..i... . ....-. '- l'i:v lor nv "li'l "III. ,.) MHO .oil ,,rti. bran ami ehiel.on fuwl mid v.ehiugi' nr.y and e,.r) thing in or line for wheat or Mini. US. or f.'il!llliillnli.iit.i with im, Slreut X. l20. South hir.t, Ttlephono .No. 350. We ppund our inoiii at iMinie for the raw iniiluiiid! Let in hnvo mim.o &... jr h x LM v ' - A .4 J ' 11 4.