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'ir F." m k'".. fHOAILY SUN. owry afternoon, except Sunday, by SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY, iNCoiii'otuiin y, M ..I'HIMlllRNT ANI MANAflKIl J. It SMITH .. VlfJKt'ltCSIUKNT john i I) irmu SKOHKTAHV TIIKAHtlUEK W. !' I'AVTJM ' IHIICCTOM! V M. II mlih.U.V.Clfincnts,J.K. Wlliuiiinon J J IMrtau. - I Hill in M - THE DAILY SUH Will Klvp Modal to AM. lornl not nwSleciInK urns, which will 1 bWpu m tiillyVi P-" will ptnH without re-gird to en THE WEEKLY SUN i Ceroid to tli Interests ot our country 'pv fonn. a"d will at all time bo newny anJ while kwplnff Us readers post on all political a.lalrs aul toplc8;whlli. II will t a toirlww ami tlrrtMn : oxtwnent of ilio due trluwi ami tchlnK ol the National party. CORRESPONDENCE. A pKll feature of the weUly edition of TaieCN will baits Correspondence Department, la which it hopes ably to reprt;nt ertry locality within the limits of Us circulation. ADVEKTISING. Kates of advertising will bo made known oo application. OMce, SUndard Block, US North Fourth street. Dally, per annum 8 4.50 Dally, Six months 2.25 Dailv. One month, 40 Dally, per week 10 cents Weekly, per annum in advance 1.00 Jjpeuimen copies free MONDAY, NOV. 22, 18H7. The evil effects of tho agitation o tbo doctrine of the Chicago platform are seen In tho heavy increase iu social disorders. Murders, mobs, toll-gate raids, whitccapping and bank-wrecking arc some of tho outward signs. Tiik St. Louis Globe Democrat in its telegraphic columns gives Hie astounding news that Paducah is in the bands of a Kcceiver. Wo arc willing to admit that our beloved city is in the hands of tbo Democratic party, and a receivership may bo the next thing, but in fact there is not n city in tho whole South, wiiosc financial standintr is better than that of the city of Paducah. Tiie chango in public sentiment regarding Cuba and the Cuban question during the past few months is very strongly marked. A short time ago tho man who expressed a doitbt about the propriety of interference on the part of the United States in Cu ban matters was loudly denounced by all parties. Today such a level- beaded, conservative man ns Con gresjman Hopkins, of Illinois, ad rises neutrality, and is cordially com mended by tho leading papsri of tho "c5Uairyinlus expressions on the s when hT"8l6: "My opinion about Cuba Is that, unless wo are absolutely compelled to interfere from motives of humanity, it wero better for us to maintain an attitude of neutrality." American products go right on finding markets nbroad, despito the protective features of the Diuglcy tariff bill. The columns of the Con gressional Record and of tho Democratic press wero burdened during tho c'oamg weeks of the tariff discussion with tho assertions that practically all tho leading countries of tho world had entered protests against tho proposed tariff, and would retaliate by excluding American merchants from their ports. Nevertheless, the September cxportations under tho Dingley law wero $103,-203,187, again $83,74(!,302 under the Wilson low in the corresponding month, of last year, whiio tho maim- . articles nlono show a gratifying increase, despito tho claim that former growth in exportation of manufactures was due solely to low tariff. Ti.k wail of the free traders over the supposed increase of prices under the protective tariff is no' fully justi. fled by the facts. A recent by the New Turk Tribune shews that the advance in tho price of articles imported, basing tho estimate on tho net chango in some thousands of articles, is lcs3 than one per cent. Tho Tribune finds iu the sarao investigation that there is a marked Increase in the prices of farm generally. When the increase ia earnings of those employed in tho manufacturing lines and the increased proQtsliich thoso engaged in agriculture mike, arc considered, it is easy to seo thnt the slight increase in prices of the class of goods affected by the tariff is far more than balanced by the gain In enrniugs of thoso employed in producing and manufacturing. There aro things and things iu this life, there nro tclgraphs and telephones aud other electric appliances, but of all the abominations in the electric Hue, in Paducah, tho telepbono system Is the worst. No people in the country, can bo moro continually vexed than ours, by thu pretended service extended in this city. Profanity is guaranteed, sotto Toce, at every 'phone, almost every timo business demands its uso. If I this class of scrvico is continued, it I will not take many months to order! W5 W' I 4- tho houso. No ono can doubt thoy will bo ordered out, or Mamo tho people for It. Instead of keeping tho service up to tho A. 1. standard, it sometime Appears, an effort is mado to show hiw poor It can be made. The people (ny their money for tho telephone, as a convenience, not for n miserable vexation and nuisance. Tur.tiK is :t quarrel between the contractors and their employe and the sewer engineers, and Iho Council li sought to bo led Into antagonism, not only to its own employee, but to the lutcrcsts of the city. From tho speed the woik U being carried on, it U piisunvd the coJtractor is tired of his job and would be glad to find some excuse to quit it, if ho could save his surety from liability. Tho engineers on the work have insisted on good and correct work. It seems that tho people stirring up complaints are those in tho interest, or employ of the contractors Tho cii!ineo:s cro simpiy noiuing me con tractors to the contract. The present Council Is a reactionary body, but it is hoped they will not allow their spirit of antagonism to run off with their good judgment. There aro several One business men in this Council who will perhaps not allow the radical clement to run over their common sense. Those impetuous and spiteful dements, who would run tho public to loss and destruction, will no doubt be checked up by those of serious nnd sober thought. Men ought not to go wild over tho result of a municipal election ami let a party prido or spite destroy good judgment nnd common sense. Tin: act of lynching a human being is wrong, whatever the crime may have been, wrong in tho sight of God and in the eyes of the law, The summary acts of vengeance that have sent many a miserable wretch to a horrible death in expntion of tho unpardonable crime of outrage upon tlcfcnseles woman have brought disgrace upon Kentucky's fair name. Hut not mere so nor even in as great a degroo has Kentucky's honor been stained by these tribunals of Judge Lynch, ns by the two verdicts of tho juries that tried two of tho as3alian(s of Mrs. Glcason at Newport. With all tho horrible and damning facts beforo them, with the positive and incontrovertible evidence of tho guilt of tho accused, with tho legal ability to enforce the extreme penalty and to prove to future mobs tho wisdom of allowing the law to take Its course, with all thi3 beforo them, two juries have givcu to two of the most dastardly and cowardly assailants of women ever known in the state, tho very light sentence of twenty years imprisonment. As long as juries render verdicts that, like the verdicts in the cases of Croxson and Greer, tho assailants of Mrs. Glcason, aro simply a travesty upon justice, just so long need no one ho surprised when infuriated mobs take tho law into their own hands and meet out justice swift and tcrtible. CoxsmmtAiiLi! talk has been created in tho city over the fact that the Mayor-elect, who is also ex-president of the Hoard of Education, absented himstlf from the recent dedication exercises at the new public s hool building on Broadway. Tho school bnnrd declined to receive the resignation of the president for the reason, expressed at tho time, that they desired his prcscuco at tho dedication ceremonies. Tho Masons took enough interest in the affair to secure tho presence of the Grand Master of tho state. Tho school board was there, and also the Mayor of tho city. The otntor of the occasion was there. Hut the Mayor-elect, the of tho school board, the one olllclal above all others who was expected to bo pros-cut well, he was out bird shooting. Now the question thnt the people are asklug is, ure these bird shooting trips to occur every timo our new Mayor is expected to mako an address in behalf oftho city? The refusal of the Mayor-elect to meet his opponent in tho recent campaign was excused on political reasons, but how about this slight to thu school board, tho guests of the occasion and tho whole city of 1'adueuh. The first report of tho First Assistant Pos. Master General, Mr. Perry S. Heath, has reached this olllcc. As a rule government official reports aro slightly dry reading and, a3 Mark Twain says, useful only as ballast. The above report, perhaps as dry as its predecessors, is Interesting in that it shows tho olllcial spirit of tho now administration in tho post office denaitment. The report savs that oftentimes in tho past iu this do. partment tho tendency has been "to give greater attention to inexpensive economics, than to large advantages which would accrue to modern commercial aggressiveness." A perusal of tho report shows tho adoption of many important improvements in tho lino of increased effectiveness and many recommendations which if followed out will greatly Increase tho facilities for handling tho mail and performing tho other duties of the department. Speaking of the de- lYelopwent ot postal fervict, the' the "infernal machine' takeutout of fact li recalled that loss wan sovonty years ago It cost cents to transmit n letter four hundred miles ; that as lato as 18G3, when tho f co deliver sj stem was introduced, that only $300,000 was paid for delivery fcrvlco that year, as against about $13,000,000 for 1800-07. Mr. Heath thinks that tho reports of the free mail delivery system which has been tried from forty three olllces distributed throughout tweuty ulne states proves conclusively that under wise restrictions tho system can bo continued and extended with great advantage to the agricultural class, a class that, rightly or wrongly feels itself neglected in legislation. The report shows that Mr. Heath is conducting his department on strictly business ideas, that ho is disposed to mako his administration a progressive one, realizing that tho postolllco department should bo run solely for the accommodation of tho people. Mr, Hcnlh Is n newspaper man nnd a young man. His selection by the President was especially gratifying.to the newspaper fraternity aud events show that the President mado a most wise selection when he choso Perrv S. Heath for First As sistant Postmaster General. democratiTi1akmony. Tho Louisville Post, which hr.s endeavored to steal its way back Into the Democratic party and hopes by talking "harmony" to find a place to fall upon, is not making much bead way in regenerating tho party of Uryan, Wat Hardin and Joe The Loulsvillo Dispatch is the oracle of llryanism in Kentucky, nnd it draws the lines as follows: Wo will bo glad to have all who have heretofore differed with the Democaatic party, of whatever political uame or pcrsuasiou, to corao into our rauks. if they enlist under our Hag in good faith and will be loynl to it iu tho future The patty's attitude is right, and it will take no backward step. It will rcalllrm in 1900 the platform of 189C in every csssntial particular, and it will nominate and elect William J. Uryan President of tho United States. Tins is not in the nature of prophecy or conjecture. It is the mauifest will of the Democratic party. TIIK HATTLIJ IS ON. The meeting of the leaders of the free silver Democracy at Louisville Saturday was an event of more than local or temporary interest. While it was merely n conference of Kentucky leaders, with W. J. Bryan and a few other characters of notional fame, &t was yet full of significance Many people affect to believe that free silver Is dead, that as nn is&uc it has lost its fore. As we have said before, free silver as an issue is alive, intensely so ; but it may be laid aside and forgotten by 1900. Whether such be the case in 1900, matters not. The party that today rallies around W. J. Uryan and free coinage of silver at 1G to 1, will bo harmonious, united and eager for the fray In 1900, whether the issue be free silver, fiat paper money, government ownership of railroads or any other of tho numerous Populistic doctrines that can be appropriated if necessary. The particular issue i unimportant now; that tho opposition to an honest national currency is well organized, and is preparing for a desperate struggle in 1898 and 900 is the important fact for consideration by Republicans and gold standard men whatever their party affiliations may be. The elections of this month have put Kentucky in tho front ranks of the silver hosts. The great victory in New York js tainted by the known opposition of Tain many to tho doctrines of tho Chicago platform. Only in Kentucky have tho democrats won a victory that presages victory iu 1900. It was in Kentucky that the first real battle of the money standards iu the Union wjs fought, and that was In 1895 at thu state election. Then it was gold PKniust silver, and the cold standard won. That hard fought campaign cleared the atmosphere mid prepared the way for tho great national battle of 189i. The silver democrats alone fully imagined tho importance of tho recent election iu this state and its great bearing on the coming elec tions of next year and 1900. No voles wero thrown away by tho silver democracy; there wen: no divisions iu their rauks; with all the enthusiasm born of hope and desperation, tho silvcriles fought and finished the campaign. The victor thus won has been seized upon by tho silver leaders as tbo rallying point for the struggle of next year. From today onward not a moment will bo lost by liryanito leaders ; all along tho lino preparations will bo made to win in tho congressional elections of next year, or at least to mako such substantial gains as to give hopes of a national victory in 1900. In view of these facts the duty of tho Republicans of Kentucky is plain. Nowhere will tho congressional campaign be fiercer next year than in the close districts ot this state. Tho lie R. publicans should present to the enemy a solid front, Tho watchword uow aud henceforth should bo har F. mony. Thu chaoteulug of thu recent F. disasUr should be turned ton wist mo and all petty differences jum bo baulslicd. Wo hao lea legend organizers that nro wor'hv bracet tbo shrewdest of tho opposition. Notwithstanding tho result of Uw elec tion tho Republicans of this etato have no causo whatever for discour agement. Thu only cause for alarm Is the discordant elements of our own part. Let the past and its rancors bo forgotten. Let thu noblo leaders that have carried our banner to vic tory be honored ns is their just due, Let uol a laurel bo taken from the brow of a single ono of tho battle- scarred wn'riois that have led the Rcmibllcans to defeat or victory in the past. With this spirit pervading the party ranks, victor will bo ours In tho state election of 18D0, just as sure as the polls arc opened, and at the congressional elections next oar wo will lose none of our present iu congress. Let no republican howevor, imagine that the battlo can bo won with nnv lukewarmncss In the ranks. No internal factions can bo harbored without running the rik of an overwhelming defeat. The eyes ot the nation will bo on Kentucky. The spirit exhibited by tho Hepublienus of this state will bo contagious throughout tho other states and to a great extent the pace for next year and for 1000 will be set by tho Republicans of tliis state. Let the watchword then be harmony. Let tho past bo forgotten. Let the ees of all be turned to the future ; and with a united party, lighting for tho saeied principles that constitute republicanism, victory can be ours. lor Mliy Cent, fluarantceil tobacco tablt iurc, mntat wesii JQcu Ktroog. blood pur. Wc, (I. AH ilrurcnu No Ixincrr Weiltlol to Sltrrr. Senators Stewart nml Jouc. thoso two old nilvcr war horses, aro tho enemy anil ilniufoundiu tho silvuritos liy their kihUIcu chango from ri'siniiim to optlml.Mu. They aro both iu Wall strwt and am speculating cu a great wavoof nrasperity. Senator Slow-art said on Auf 13: "TIhto ii no room for pessimism in this country. No ono can to a 'boar' iu thu face of tho wheat famine in Argentina, Kuflsia, Hunpury and India. In view of this condition abroad I chonld not bo surprised to seo silver k-11 as low pa 25 cents and wheat as high as $1. Thera is nothing iu talking silver nt the present timo, aud my advico to my friends iu tho west is to fall into lino with tho forces of prosperity and progress and rcccivo their duo cbaro ot thu reward. "Tho timo has passed for tho old issues. Wo must turn to faco now issues and now conditions. "I frequently hear it said that this security market is n duplicate of tho market in 1789. It is not. It is mote of n bull market. All n man has to do is (0 get into it go to sleep nud get rich. Tho wheat situation iu tho wct will mako ovcry railway not only a dividend earner, but n dividend payer." Senator Jones talked iu a similar vein. He seems to have discarded silver uud gono back to gold. He Mid: "I u great deal of gold will bo found iu Alaska, and it is certain to restoro prosperity. An abundance of money means prosperity. " It is a relief to ba told by tlieto former gold haters that prosperity can conio through gold. They ato wc Icomo to their moro money theory of prosperity, mainly becauso it diHers from tho 10 to 1 theory. The Clirap SI one Wolf. Tho sheepskin does not conceal tho freo silver wolf. Klondike Argument. Whilo Dryau, Towuo and Altgohl nro bewailing tho scarcity of gold, the Klondike miners aro K'udiug over $5,-000,000 iu gold dust to tho Paciflo coast. Tluro nro evidently many millions moro to come. The I'rre Silver TulUrr. An Iowa paper remarks that tho average freo Hilver orator docs not uso morn than 1,000 of tbo WO, 000 words iu tho Pnglish language. Ho also uses but ono idea, aud that isn't so. St. Louis No Ucjcct For ClilmEu rialforni. Once moro thu market prico lists show wheat going np mid silver going down ot tliu sumo time. Tho lluctmitionri of tho markets show no respect whatovcr for Iho Chicago plnlform. New York World. Tti Curt) I fHiiiii4iiuii i iirnrrr. Talio CimoiretH U (I (.. n. full to cure, -,. f fuu.l id jurf CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK, 226 Hroadway, Pndneab, Ky. Capital and Surplus, $120,000.00 Opon from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. nights from 7 to 8. Interest Paid on Timo Deposits OFFICERS. Jab. A. Rudy Prosidont W. F, Paxton Oashlor Rudy.......... - ...A6s't Oashlor DIREOTORH. Jab. A. Rudy, Jas. R HlC'TII. M. FIBUKB, Geo. 0. Wallace. Kamlkithr, W. F. I'axtom, UbUi V UA u. I'AKU a, xvvux, I'l M'l Store pride Is pardonable when achievement is wot thy, And any store may fool justly proud when It possesses tno full confidonco of tbo public to which it caters. Tills Is Idoil shopkoeplng, but It is a high '.deal, nnd by striving for it wo In ovcry way improro tho real. Wo want tlilfl Htoro to bo pointed out ns being in every way vorthy of patronage. Nothing short. of this satisfies us. Thci'o aro certain principles nt tho foundation of this nusluess, and our policy s but Iho outgrowth of thoso principles. It you nro In doubt as to this, try us; tho moro you know of our molnods, iho hotter you'll llko thorn. A WEEK OP IIRKSH tlOOtM BEI.MMJ And it (dtould bo tho biggest week of tho season. Wo'vo n stock iroin which you can select your winter dresses with perfect sallsfaetion. Worthy materials through nnd tlirotiiMi. tho ntamn of htyle ovory whore. Tlio true economy of prleo for tha material In every tdoco wo show you. Thlq wook's aa!o Includes: Twenty five brocaded half wool dress pattern suits tor 08c, worth 91.60 oaeu. Niuotcon Btrielly all-wool pattern suits, real values $2..!5, special for this week r.t 3100 each. Ton dress patterns Iu rough effects, designed from French goods, worth $1 1 n yard, special for this week at 3.'J5 it suit. livery dollar will do doublo duty bore tho current wecit In tno purcnaso of pattern sulta nt &5.00, $0.00, 37.00, AH.UU and 810.00 a Milt. You'll find a handsono stock of black dross coods. broadcloths, etc. at to soloct from. , , , Pur and coWnrettes, special this week for?2.l)S each. ll.oAKS roll THIS wnitK'H HKLUNO. Wo'vo n stock of capes and J.tckots hero thnt is up to ditto In ovory particular. Tho success of this Important ilctiartnient has bconirainod U selling honoat. tollable garmonts nt lower tirii'in tlinii von oav olsowhuro. Great values aro offered for this week. Don't miss jour sluro of them. Uapes nt GOo, 800 and $1 SO that nro all right for cheap price, but tlio st lo is laoKiiig. But hero aro the handsomest capes in tho markot to bo found, for only 3 75, ; I.W aud 5.00 n garment. Tho many -japes and Jackots to bo bad horo for f 0.00. 7.00, fS.L'O, 8!).oo. 8 lo.oo. ?r'00 nnd 815.C0 a gar ment aro jiibt tho Kind that you will upprco nto; worthy matomis tnrougu and tbro.igli, nnd tho stamp of stylo on every garment. MII.UNKUY. Paducah's busiest niilllnory department olfers oitntonllnary bargains this week. dii) is bargain day. Oreat nines eomo nud co uuickly. Now puri'hasi", grout sales. We bought uow things for this week; wo thought you'd Into them, nnd hero they are. Co mo and see tlio.il. niPi i;kk.st Tinsels. II y.iuV .i oi to buy, tlwrt'it coin t..'i ihi. li i ,i iitrtrr Aim il-- rlil'rtrrtiV union uln fvrSVar t' mil t ui tobiiy. 1'iivr iim k hm t in.-. It I to. Ifn and ,rv in UMilhj Mirt thie hit,-wry :. rti.w Itoronti I'l.il 1 mid fttrll"! rl'0lm at Ilk'. 13 1 XC ilHtl VV 2UIU I II p llttl7 "I u tlOIIUH'. un HXtraimlinarr l i Iu me i ntoU i I umlrr.Mrui ami iiiitw..r in rxiTpllmi.il lor I'M)- Mo n Hi- wle. II tho m llinv Hull, "In rr th b.rttuln ar-, tin- i1nt l nrri. T jkm fam iii A merlin loju. :ii El i" li -. II :!, fiUUml I.'.".! HAItll 'I UN .N'.rib'iMtM strrt'i. jiuitckot . 8S! Advert isesnent Is the values we give, prices tel! quality counts W UNDERWEAR Arc wc prepared for cold weather demands? Just read this list that tells: Ladies'. ..Ribbed cotton vests heavy quality. $ .25 Swiss ribbed merino white .1.00 Swiss ribbed merino black 1.50 Ribbed cotton union suits.. nud .98 Ribbed union suits white merino.. .. 1.98 Children's Vests and pants. . . .25 1 111011 suits, 111 nil sics 50 ET White 1 Values out Gray of the Scarlet J Ordinary Siver Gray Blankets Soft, warm, beautiful texture, with 'blue and scarlet borders in fancy stripe effects one of the prettiest colored blnukcts shown, and the way wc bought them enables us to quote them at $1.49. White Blankets all cotton at $ .70 1 1-4 all wool at .45 1 1.4 California at 1.95 DRESS GOODS To close out a few short pieces, wc have marked down to 25c per yard some that were 39c and 50c. L. B. OGILVIE & CO. PERSONAL, If suffering from early indiscre lions or later excesses, power aud vitality gone, we are just the parties you are looking for. We have a remedy which we guarantee to do prompt work and give perfect satisfaction a remedy very power ful in its action, and absolutely harmless to the system. Results are obtained in ten days. Lost manhood, lack of vitality and arc things of the past when Eotcnce is so easily obtained. One dollar a bottle; six bottles for $5. Unclose $i and receive U-NO by private deliver at your address same day, Address postoffiee box 359, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Du. II. Pakkur. 1 MUHMIUiUt The Most Fastidious Wilt be pti aicd by an inspection of our fall itock of.... Just received tip to & styles and novelties. W We have studied the wants of the 4r call people, and arc ready to supply their & f cvjery need iu shoes. I H.DIEHL&SON t 31 Dkoabway Thmumionu 310. Don't Cuss The Plumber may be cnllri'lv iiiiininl. Mnbe his work wns good bn: bus li 'en in slreati'd. Whatever tho taufo of Iho brink or !cnk, or bed UhMlor f pipes, don't wittc time about it, but have it fixed up. We are toady to inakc rrpairs promptly nnd economically. We aio irmly lo put a Job of new plumbing into your house that will i;io ou more satisfaction and less nno&nre tlnu you icr experienced before. ED D. HHNNHN! 132 boulh Fourth HIGH -GR AD AND BICYCLE SUNDRIES. Agent for tho hlghost grades of Dicycles mado. Wo aro prepared to offer 1590 Stearns for S58.50 Don't fall to host on tho markot, prettiest wheel wheels boforo buying. Wo aro tho only exclusive HIcycIo honro In :' city. Complete repair shop. Froo riding school to thoso buying wheels In i us. Don't fail to call romombor tho place, ' Paducah Cycle Works, 126 and 123 North Fifth street, near Palmer Hou.c Dr. Albert Bernheim Physician and Surgeon f 7:309: 00 n.111. HOURS 1 1:003: 00 p.m. I 7:008: 30 p.m. Tiktii Stiikkt.. .. Nkxt Dook 'I'm: 1'ai.mkii OBERT8 BEER Is rapidly becoming tho favorite with tho p oplo of this city. It loads all others, for tho reason that it is ABSOLUTELY PURE IIANDU'.I! IS IIOTTLia AND 1IT Till: KKO II V PADUCAH BOTTLING CO. K. .1. Rcrgdoll, Propiictor. Tenth and Madison streets. Telephone 101. bodn Pop, Kell.er atcr and nil Hose & FIRE LIFE and TORNADO Give you AH Kinds of SCIENTIFIC AND FIRT-OT ASS BLftCKSMITHINS REFftlRING x HORSESHOEING All worii guaranteed. f. W. GRIEF, Court Street bet. ad and 3d, wa ra.ner . ' m ' ' Window Shoes date, all the latest m Slrccl - Tclcphone 201 BICY i jUuij 'S Ttn u sco our 915.00 Ovcrlmulaai..: ItugbyB mado. Don't fall to seo our lino of Telephones 3G4 Orders filled until 11 p.m. kinds of leinpornneo I'rinkp. Pazton, lllolllillli. - Office over Citizen's SavinglBank. D A Shades N THE LATEST PATTERNS. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDKKS. W. S. GREIF No. 132 f. Third Street. - No. 78 REMOVED! "V - STEAM Y LAUNDRY To No. 120 North fourth St. Now Good Work. Satisfaction Guaranteed. J. W. YOUNG & SON, TI'M'PIIOXE 200. si, James hotel sr. louis. Ratas, $2.00 Per Day. Co 3m nnd Breakfast, $1.00. European Plan, SI.00 Per Day. Good Rooms. Good Mkals. IiOOD Skuvick. Whf n rou rim SI Loula iloji at ST.fJAMES HOTEL IlKOADWAT AMD WALNUT f r illrrcl to llutvl The Ardmore, Thirteenth street, botwoon I'ounsylvnnfn avonuu aud F stroot Northwest, WASHINGTON, D. 0. European, SI.00 and up American.'.Sl.SOXZ.EO family hoto'. NollqUOtS Oouveulotittocnrsnnd I ii. aces of ojt. Mot central location, and plea- am noino lor tourists ami or T. SI. HALL, Pr G. R. D7SVIS; AUKNT rOlt Front Rank and Triumph Furnaces. Call on him and gel intimates for boating your residence. Tin, Slate and Iron Roofer, 1211 S. Thid St. BROADWAY HOUSE. llt hotel in tlir city. Uul nicest room. HI US lie 5IOO I'l K HO. IxiMtr Hi..!y ami :. lith .Itrrt M.Wlil'.l.ll, KV J. U. ll'TKK, Pro. KLONDYKE REPAIR CO. Repairs on Guns and Bicycles a Specialty. Cfias. A, Fisk - 128 Broadway J. W. tare, UKAIXC irt Staple end Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods of All Kinds. Freo delivery to all porta of tho city. Cor. 7th and Adams. Gait House LOUISVILLE. KY. American Plan 83.00 to 85.00 per day. Rooms only $1.00 and upwards. A. K. COOPKR, Manager HARRY F. WILLIAMSON, M.D. Physician and Surgeon OX co llourti 7 to a, iu., I to S p m. Olllco, No. Ilroadwny. C, A, ISBELL, M. D. riiysicimi nml Surgeon. Olllic 60a 1-2 H. Seventh 723 H. Sixth. Olllco Hours 7:10 to 0 n. ni., 1:30 to 3 p. m., 0 to 8 p. ni. Brinton B. Davis, ARCHITECr. Ollbio Nn . lnt h A. S. DABNEY, a- DENTIST. 406 BROADWAY. STKRR BROS, Repairing watches, clocks, r tJ Guns, Umbrellas, Locks, Etc. Corner Ninth nml Trimble, next door to Hi Drug Sloro. When In Jfotronolls ktop n tho STATE HOTEL. l.CO a day. Special ratoa by tho wcok. D. A. Uaiu:v, l'ropr. Botwoon -Kb nnd Cth on Forry st. J. J. PURSLEY All Kinds Upholstering and Repairs ON FUKN1TITRK. Mirrors roplated and mndo good ns now, MnttresBos mndo (o order. Old etovea and BccoiuMinnd fiirnlturo TAKKN IN KXCIIANHU I'OIi WOllK. Hontl word, nnd I will cill nnd mnko OBtlmntoB on work. IMiarires very reasonable No. 712 South Fllib, - - - a'k - I r JA t J 9 . 1 I'