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DR. W. C. EUBANKS,
OlTlcc"ll tlroadwajr. I Tclelihotw W
lclun ll1,JrfITiii St Telephouu lit
I 3, 7-H
JSK 1 HARPER, ,
ATTORNEY- AT -LAW,
120 S. Fourth, Room No. 2.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER,
ULAZINO AND II A UP W 00(1
llMldcnes E2 p. a hi. I'auucaii, Kt
II. U. Ham. T. L'rlre
HARRIS & GRICE,
Attornoyo - at - Law,
12fi sy Fourth Upstairs.
I lenngrapher'ln Offlrn.
J. 0. ROSS.
Baggage and. Moving Wagons
Olllce nt Witictls Livery Stahle.
Matil. Ef nger & Go
Undertaken anj embalmcrs.
ll.iic Tri-'-on ISO 1 30 S T) linl
r. M. McCUNE,
VWKh PADUCAH CYCLE WORKS.
120 nnl 128 N. Mil St,
Bripton B. Davis,
Olllco Am. .(3c mx Nat. Hunk.
Unite 602 2 8. Seventh Si.
U oiir 7:MTo!) . li.. l:tt) lo 3
p. in., a toS p.i.
Office, 204 T?2 B way.
(Ore. Lang Bio's. Drug Store.
STH(I! I. Ml M.Kit, II yi'VNN
ST. AMES HOTEL
HroadtvAy and yalnut St.
Oppoofta tho Southern
(u nil appointments.
Hales 82.00 82.50 per .lay.
St. Louis, Mo.
UP Jlint, M U. II P. V.IJ.IAMON,M. D
Pji3icians and Surgeons
0!Teli.)urr . na .ji , lluJp m.
Olllce, rVff .Uroadway.
A. S. DABNE,Y,
J. W. Moore,
jw.Ku. in y
Canned Gouts of All Kinds.
fr'ito tlelmjry to all parts of the city,
Cor. 7th and Adams.
' a Specialty.
All kinds of Imperfection in
a horse's travel corrected.
I Do Repair Work of Every Kind.
Always on hand ready for work.
J. S. GANSTER,
Solicitor of Pension Claims.
Votoran of four years Ill inu iviir ui
Prosecutes claims boforo tho Iliiroau
TO Mile iller, ldosof Koiditrs. or mo warm
1W1I 1 ilex lea n War nervlc Pension Actyf
Jnlv. .. K ' Increase 01 reunion, huh
' .k a. .....inn I'lVHii lo reierieo ruses aiu
iwiiVliiiii. dropped from the n.M, or any lnJl
'".""V..V-.I, ii v desire tranaacted ill the, 3u
"liiiiBl capital Hliould write mo or give, iif a
Gm 7 EJouse
im.riiiu l'tafi 83.00 to 85.00 per
Booms only $1.00 d upwards.
A, It. COOl'Ett,
WRITTEN AT RANDOM.
"Hay, liow faht wo'ro running ?
asked tliu breathless man of lh mo
torman ns lie riiii up nnd nWung onto
the front plmfoi'm.
"Aw, 'bout eight milo a hour, 1
guess," replied the inotoriiiau with
tin air of Indifferent uncertainly, ns
ne uumtciicil tliu hrnku nml listened
to the familiar click of its succeeding
revolutions as the car sped on.
"I thought you were going pretty
fu9t," rtjoincil tliu passenger, who
laid recovered sulllcieutly lo pant.
"1 used to bo a motormati myself,
ami l like lo ace n car go pretty fast.
I wouldn't run 'cm any other way,
myself, and that's the rc.i'on 1 ot
oil this one. hccnusu 1 wm told tlmi
yon nil run faster than nny others."
"Well, I'll tell you," answered
tho iiiotormnn in n half-confidential
tone, "1 gucis I was goin nigh
tliirty mile ft ,ur j,,.,, y0 signalled
me, br.'v, not knonlu' you, I wasn't
shore 1 wouldn't git into trouble If 1
iold tho truth. Yes, pard, 1 'sped
I was goin' forty milu a hour 'while
ago, but the law limits im to eight."
Then they winked nt each other
and the now pniacugcr went inside.
Tho successful candidate li
n happy man, but his opponents,
for there arc usually more than one,
are greatly lo be pitied. Their dc
feat falls heaily on their fricn Is and
families, as well as themselves. It
is said thai one of Ihe candidatCH in
lait week's p.unary, who is n genteel
fellow, well liked by those who know
him, but unfortunately win was comparatively
unknown before he entered
tho raiv, ewn went so far as to fool
ishly mortgage his property for 82,000
to usu m pandering to the
"bum ' and to gratify, us far
as possible, his insatiable appetite
for intoxicants. This was nil literally
lost, as might havo been expected,
and now ho has nothing but the
futile sympathy of his indifferent
constituents, and the commiscratiuii
of people who were surprised to learn
that he didn't poses moru sense
than he displayed in squandering ho
much money in such a hopeless
Dr. C. K. Whitosidcs has a very
pretty walking stick, carved and sent
him by n friend. It somewhat resembles
in c!or and decoration a
Miaki', eah knot in the wood luing
rendered tnxisihle by tastily carved
human faces, which materially
Col. Nat Knetller, the Republican
who was nominated in .Saturday's
primary, hays emphatically that the
juke is not on him, but on the gullible
people who voted for him. Due
thing may be said, however, and that
is that no one hiieeecdcd in drlnkins
Two or three men dropped in
una one remarked: "I
lo niu for coroner myself,
mil .Ulerwnrils decided to leave vou
a clear field."
"Thank you. thank you!" fervently
exclaimed the candidate, but
he only smiled, anil made not the
slightest effort to get into the cigar
The other two then remarked that
they all voted for him, nod knew
where there wcro more votes they
could get, but at last accounts the
successful candidate had not set 'em
up cither before or after the primary.
Another story is told on another
candidate who evidently made a resolution
when he began his canvass, to
Hpend nothing. He was button-holed
Saturday by n parasite who said
"Here, I've spent all I had on you.
Let me haw dollar?"
"I'll tell you,' sun," the candidate
replied, "I've got a penny in my
pocket and it's all I had when I
started in to win this race and all I
hac now, I intend to still have it
when this election is over. 1 don't
want nny man to spend his money
lie thus abruptly dismissed his
Some of tlio colored hack drivers
who make their headquarters a', the
hotels amuse themselves in tho early
morning bonis, when all the trains
are in and business is dull, by holding
They appoint a judge, lawyers, defendant
and all, and have regular trials,
hearing the evidence and arguing
the case just as they do in court
If the darkeys are about half drunk
their antics are highly amusing, and
some of them, from actual exper
ience, are very familiar with court
Councilman Livingston, if reports
be true, will tonight spring a sensation
in the city council, the nature of
which is unknown.
When he recently went north and
remained a couple of weeks or longer,
he went on an important mission, it
is understood, one of great import to
tho city, nnd tonight he will divulge.
it. Meanwhile he obeys the injunction
to "say nothing and saw wood."
Hero is one of the advantages of
living iu n city percolated by sipe
water in every niche and cranny. Tliu
Cairo "Argus" says: "A house belonging
to Airs. L. Chavis, it colored
woman, at No. 620 Douglas street,
which was surrounded by deep sipe
water, slid back with tho blocks
which supported it, about ft o'clock
Inst evening mid dropped iu the wa
ter. Nobody was hurt, but the
household goods got a bail wettlm
and the cottngo is somewhat racked
and wrceked. Neighbors with Hat-boats
rescued tlio family and moved
tho furniture and other goods to a
There is one thing nmong many
oilier things, perhaps, which Paducah
has long needed, ami needed oadly.
This Is a patrol carnage, or
wagon." One is needed not to
savo tlio police force trouble and obviate
nn pxpendituro of too much i n-
orgy, '"'t to beucflt the
lupaycre !)y ty'arihg tlio pc(i
pi much expense and humiliation
cry often ft ditlokcn man Is
rested who lism Ihe Hlcsl and most
profstlB language conccivablo all the
way to the city hall, within hearing
of hundreds of people who reside
along the route the man Is taken, or
are compelled lo puss li'm. Only a
few nights ago a foul-mouthed negro
womnu wan found Intoxicated and
arrested, and Just ns tho olllcers
reached a certain church tho congregation
began to pour out, nnd the
people were compelled lo listen to
language they had perhaps never
heard before in their lives from the
dissolute woman, before tho ofllccrs
could get her beyontl hearing.
A day or two later a man was ar
rested In a similar condition nnd
used such language, and the olllcers
in charge throw him down and bound
nnd gagged him. All this would be
precluded, and much time and
trouble would be saved, if the city
had a patrol wagon.
The erstwhile candidates were
busy today explaining to their friends
how it happened, and counting up
the voto3 they would have gotten if
such and such n person had just gone
lo the polls.
The "bums" arc sleeping off their
last week s debauch, and getting
themselves in trim for the forthcoming
city primary, which is just two
mouths from today.
The farmer is "cutsing" himself
for voting tlio wrong way, nnd Incidentally
patching his harness preparatory
to doing his spring plowing.
Ml persons knowing themselves in
debted ly of Rogers & King
ami John Hoircrs & Son are hereby
Earned to calf and settle the same at
once at my olllce, No. 127 South
Fourth street, anil thereby- sittv to
themselves costs, a? I'VCill be forded
to proceed bv lnw" to collect sanie,
unless (jtjjwiviso settled prompt.
Ki II. 1'uurr.Aii,
Receiver of Rogers A King aid John
Rogers & Son. d26tt
Jttty yourjoil anffgasoline Irpm II.
11. K vans' tankxCagon. Ilcfinndlus
the best llri irroof till mid Jted Crown
gasoline. s la.ri
Patrons of the Water Company are
reminded that rents for tiny quarter
we're duo' April 1st. Uliosew ho intend
to renew tlicitients houUKdo
so by tin1 10th, off nil preiniscVin arrears
alter tlnr date wiltVbc shut
off. I 3a8
on tiiu i.hvdi:
The river has fallen l inches in the
last 1J hours.
Arrivals and departures were very
The Joe Fowler was in and nway
for Kvansville at 10 o'clock this
The average fall of the river is '
inch per hour.
Very little business was transacted
in tins port this morning. River
tralllc is quiet everywhere and the
harbor job boats arc doing nothing.
Tlio Geo. II. Cowling made her
regular trips today at 1 1 a. in. and
I p. m. to .Metropolis.
The tow I oat, It. A. Speed, arrived
out of the Tennesso yesterday
with a tow of ties for Urooklyu.
The II W. Uuttorff, which was
due out of tliu Cumberland yes'ernay
afternoon, had not arrived at a late
hour this morning. She leaves as
soon ns she can transact business here
Ambitious, Capable Voiiiir, .Man.
Wants posilioil of any kind where
advancement is possible. Knowledge
of dry jjoodSj book-keeping, collecting.
He is a stliyer at reasonable
wages. Address X. Y. '.'., Si x office,
At the ! Sc.N . ollli'o 'old naners. nice
j i i
nnd clcari, just the thing to put un
aurl shelves' ' 0 n.itito
der carpets on ttolf 11.1110
IllckorvStovo ,vood. -,
Fo: nice stove wood telephone 29.
81 per load. , tf.
Ohio Rivkk SWikij'AM) Rim Co,
I)ryKdwrrds, specialty, BycsEar,
Nosjrtmd Throat, l'aducali, TvyT ly
In the Toils
of a cough n hacking, racking,
rasping cough that irritates the
lungs mill IraJs to dire results.
It is iu such cases that
proves its wonderful efficacy.
The cause of the trouble is
cuulicatcd the irritation is allayed
the lungs are healed and
strengthened and cold leaves
the system as snow disappears
hcPirc the sunshine of spring.
I r Ik ll'i rinrOlir.Honfjr li an In.
fnlllt.lt rriiioty lorhll lun un.l bronchial
Bllutit orrrvrrr. All ilrumil.l.
M'll It III IV, 5(10 llH H U0 Ulttlv, or It
n 111 U' mil uiwii receipt nt yrlre.
Ik. k. U. Cmlk.rlud B.41.L. lt.,fc!uU, If,
For Sale by Oi'lilschltu'srer
IlltAlKltlil Strict r ttit.t. fU.ihn.ll.il Cm.
aiy urniMiiui un In. i rtMimnu 11 u. in nun
rp In Iter C M. rainier, lustor,
I'lirkS CIi:ih'I, til and Otilo t Vpihixllit) Sinr
ilny fuhoolV.i in. l'lrachtn,? II a in. ami 8 i,
m. Iter. K. s. Iiuru , put r
WniMnglfin Mrcpt IUillt Church. 3iimlay
nrlimit It i m I'reichl U f p Iu. Uv. Uiu.
W. I)u(vi., palor.
KtWnlh Sltfft llaptliit Church. Hundiy
rrhuoltia m II a. m. uudsp m.
IteV. W. S Hiker,
Si I'.illl A. M K. cliurdi Hiimlay KchonlOa
in., iihachlnK II a in 7 .30 p in., Rev. J. U
H. Jaimn A M. V. rlmrrli, lOlli &Tiltnhlc
suniUy nchiKilm'J pin., PreacblnKS
pin., Iter J U. p.iitor.
Trimble Street Chritllin church Sumlay
school, D.3I n. in , pif.icliliur, II a in mulT :l
l m., prayer fervken, Wednenilay em"liiKp", 7
.), snuday ncliool HMcherM' im-rtlm: Thtirnuay
fv,'hlnu, T .10 All aru eorldially luMtcU. s.
It. CotliT, paiitor.:;:
Masonic ll.il! Vil llro.idway, Third floor.
Mt I.od(to No every llrl
Thiirnday ummiIiihIii each monlh.
Mt Zlou I.ixIbo No 0 Meet every first
W'eJnenlay rvrnlni; In e.Vh mouth.
SiiMiniih fourl No S, Meets every
fourth .Vunl.iy lueaUi liioniti.
Store Simro l.odte
Moiiuay In month
Oilil I' lloira Hall, s e corner "th A, Adams.
llniiopliold of Until. No. llrsl and
third Friday t venlnln each month at Colored
Odd Tellows Hal.
I'nilnrali .odco No. I3IS Meets every tlml
andihlrd Mondiy Ineaih iiiautu at Colored
I'aducah I'.trlarrln No 70.(1 U ()
every fecund rrlday etriilni; la each
moulb ill Colored OJd ll.ili.
Pat (Irnid Master's Council No 79. Meets
eiery fourth I'rll.iy evenlnu In ruch month at
Coluird Odd Fellows' Hal .
Western Kentucky .oden No
every MTond and fourth itieiid.iy evening In
est ti month at Colored OJd I'ellous' Hall.
Yoiinif Men's Pride tvdi.'e No. KM-Meets
eveiy and fourti U'edDesday ewnlng
at Hall liter No, Sit llrotduay.
U.N'ITKD llllOrilllUB 01' I'RinNDSIUI.
St I'tnl Ixnliiti No W-Meets every second
and lo .rtli Monday vvenlag In ea-n tuoulb at
Sillers If the Mytrrnu Ten, St No
Hmt'lu sday In each mocth at
OolilMl ltule Temple-Meets Hecond Thursday
In each month, at 131 llro.idway.
333 U. K. T. 777.
Oremonlul Templ No 1 .ileets first and
third Tinwlay night In each mouth.
(lo'den ltule Taliernacle, Nn. i meets llrst
and Ihlnl Wedneiday nights In every month.
Queen siralTsbernaele No ,10 M ecu. second
and luiiith Monday nights lit each moiitli,
Madillae Tiliernacle, No 2 Meets Orst and
third Tburiwlay nights In each mouth.
Lily of the West Taberimle, No. 5, Meet,
second and fourth Tburslay nights In each
I'rlde of Padlirah Tent, No. .. Meet, flrst
Stturday slleraooii In isch month,
Star of I'aducah Tent Me. Is second Saturday
pm tu each month.
Lily of the W'elTent, Meets ttlrd Saturday
pm ineich month
(Irand Armv of the ItepuMIc meets second
and fourth Tuesday nlgult la each momh In
U. K T. Halt over Alarilu.s barber shop.
Members of lianner Commander'
U. O. I!. C. are hereby ordered to
meet at Citadel Tuesday, April fith,
2 o'clock p. 111. to attend the funeral
of Lady Hlizabcth Downs. Hope
and Mechanicsburg arc cordially invited
L. B. Dt ititKTT, V. N. C.
United Hrctbreii Church.
The Rev. J. L. llrniidcnburg, assisted
by Rev. Whiteside, will preach
an introductory sermon to nil colored
people who attend at the church, formerly
M. B. church, No. 712 South
Fifth street, Tuesday cvenlug al 2
o'clock. All are cordially iultcd to
attend. ConiQ out and sec and hear
The Trilby Social Club will be entertained
by Mrs. Hello tonight on
Harrison street. All the members
nre requested to be present.
Little Ilorrcc Lewis is quite sick
A CHICAGO MVINK
Pakos Issue Vitlt lllsliop Turner
mid Condemns His Attitude.
(The following article from the pen
of Rev. R. C. Ranson, of the A. M.
B. Church, Chicago, lately published
iu the Iudiannolis "Freeman," the
ablest paper in the country devoted
to tho interests of tlio colored people.
The article is too lengthy for publi
cation entire in one issue, so we shall
give it iu installments and advise every
colored man to give it a careful
reading and consideration. Bn.)
Under the date of March 17th an
Associated Press dispatch was telegraphed
from Atlanta, Ga., and published
in a number of tho metropolitan
papets of the North. It was regarded
as highly sensnlional anil lias
been the subject of many interviews
and (f editorials iu one of our lending
dailies. The telegram wus taken
from nn editorial in the March number
of "The Voice of Missions,'' edited
by Uishop Henry M. Turner,
Senior Hishop of the A. M. B. church,
anil reads in part as follows:
"Tho fiendish lynching of .lohnM.
Johnson nnd Archibald Joiner upon
mere suspicion, iu L'uiUinun, while
tho African Methodist Kishops weie
meeting in the city of New Orleans,
only a few miles from the scene of
blood nnd death, was most damnable.
Let ever' negro iu this country who
has a spark of manhood in him supply
his house with one, two or three
guns, or with a seveii or sixteen
shooter, and I advise him to keep
them loaded and ready for Immediate
use, and when his domicile is invaded
by bloodthirsty lynchers, or any
mob, day or night, Sabba'h or week
day, turn loose your missiles of death
and blow the fiendish invaders into n
thousand giblets. We have had Kin
our power to nay this for seven years,
hut on account of Bpistopal status
we have hesitated to express ourselves
thus, fearing it might meet with disapproval
of the house of bishops, but
their approval or disapproval has
douu nothing to stay tho fiendish
murderers who stalk abroad and are
exterminating our race. So we have
said it, nnd hereafter we shall preach
it, speak it, talk it and write it.
Again, we say, get guns, Negroes!
Gel gnus, and may God give you
good aim when you shoot!"
Tho above 1 rented quite a sensation
hero iu Chicago. The leading
colored men and women of the city
were lieietrcd bv reporters lor an
expression of their views 111 regard to
it. There is no doubt but that this
utterance of Hishop Turner's will
exercise a very great influence,
llishop Turner is one of the extra-
vansville, Paducah and Cairo Packo
Owned and Uperaled by tfa 1
Tennessee and Ohio River Transpor
K.ausvllluund 1'adurah Packets (Dally ezeep
Strs.JOK FOWI.IIlt and JOHN S. HOPKINS
Leave I'aducah at 9.30 o'clock a. m.
I'aducah and Cairo Packet Lino (Dally except
Steamer IIRK hOW'LKlt,
leaves I'aducah at 8 a. III.
j. 11. rowixit, supt.
Memphis, New Orleans Z Cincinnati
'Si . II
Sleamym Cincinnati for Memuhl.
every and at IS o'clock p.
in. paMin I'aducah every T11esd.1v an I -at
unlay Leave .Memphis fort'lndnnatl every
lurnuay ami rriuay. mwinK rauuran every
liurs lay and Sunday Leale Cincinnati for
urieans ewry lbursday, passing I'Jdii
J II AMlCltAlT, I!. W. WISH,
Agent, I'aducah, Ky. Supt. ilnclun.it!
DR. W. H. NELSON
ORIce 7(W Warning! 011 street. '
It.-J HiirrlrniK j
m omce k 10 vtt iuS to 1 p in., and.
IU V ir.fl
ordinary men of his generation, a
man of great and varied talents. He
has the heart of a lion and a dauntless
epitit. Nature has cast him In a
heroic mould. He looks like tome
character of the heroic age who had
wandered Into our modern lime. If
Hishop Turner stands by the words
he has written ami carries out his
threat to iu the future preach, lecture
and write these sentences, he assumes
au awful responsibility. The barbarous
and inhuman treatment which
the negro has suffered and still suffers
19 enuugh to drive men to des
peration ; nevertheless wc feel that
our leaders cannot attord lo advise
or counsel desperate methods.
We have no hesitation iu sajing
that iu our judgment Hishop Turner's
advice is very dangerous. Hishop
Turner's bible tells him, "He that
tiscth the sword shall perish by the
sword," and If the ncgroe3 of this
laud attempt to repel force with
force it would end iu nothing short
of their annihilation. Persons who
arc strangers lo the situation often
ask why the negroes suffer violence;
why do the3' not kill and slay and
burn the towns and cities of the
South, but Hilltop Turner is not a
stranger to tho situation and he
knows, therefore that the negro can
afford to perform no acts which
would lead to such an awful consummation.
The negro has shown
too little spirit, too little courage.
The Amcricau people despise nothing
so much us they do a coward, and if
the negro showed more courage he
would undoubtedly gain the respect
of his fellow citizens and would be
less subject to outrage and lawless
(To He Continued.)
WORLD'S LARGLST ARSENAL.
Ilrltlsti Aitmlmlt) Will Usitcnil COOt'...
(Mill on Dot import.
The Importance of Dcvonport ns a
nauil base has been repeatedly
Today the doeliyard nnd the
Keyhnm steam factory coter nn area
of 1-15 acres, evliisiui of tho
yard, the naial barracks, the Kojnl
1'iiglti coring college nnd the many other
buildings located on the
banks of the Tamiir and occupying SOU
The present board of admiralty haie
now commenced a M'henie of extension
which, Iu costliness If not In
will eclipse nil work of thel Ind
pretlottbly undertaken, nnd will convert
l)oon port w ith the exception of Pembroke,
the oiuigeht f the royal doe):
yards into' tho hugett nml most
defended i.rhennl In Wus world,
Tho authorities In Whitehall have set
Ihelr hand tn a scheme of naval expansion
tit tho western port which will
nn expenditure, of about
sterling. A million sterling has
keen spent hi dredging operations us
11 pieHuiluary to tho extension
ns n nawil port, and the means
of ueeoss tn tho dockyard at all tide
ha been rendered safe and oa.sy.
The rchciue Includes the creation of
n tidal tur.in with an arm of 33 j acres,
being 4 j times as large as the biggest
bnslu which Dcvonport now possesses.
It will ho 1,350 fiet lorgiind 1,000 feet
bro.ul, with a depth of 55 feet below
the coping stone. Loading from the
IwvkIii, which will be entered from the
llamonzo by a tldnl caisson, will bo
threegr.iving'dockfcnndiin entrance look
Inrge to penult the passage
through of vessels larger than any jet
designed. This lock will be an important
addition to the accommodation, fot
it Is to be so constructed that It can be
closed with ft caisson nnd utllled as
a dock. Tho scheme thtis alms at pro-tiding
a lnrgo tidal basin which can be
used at nnv state of tho tide and lite
docks so commodious as to reduce ton
minimum tho por,liilllty of accident iu
the docking or iiiidooking of the l.ugi st
essels. Plymouth's geographical position
renders thefeadilltloiiiil facilities
for tho accommodation nt Ihe Iiugest
war of the greatest national Importance,
and nine or ten yoms hence,
when this scheme has been completed,
tho Deionport group of docks will be
without u rbnl In tlio world. London
Emr to I earn.
"Vou wouldn't marry a man you
didn't line merely for his money, would
you?" ho asked.
"No, indeed," bho replied,
"I thought not," ho said, with evident
relief, for ho had money and also
"It would bo absurd," sho went on,
"w hen it Is so ensy lo learn to lot e most
any old thing with money."
Ho deiotcd all of ono day to ponder
lug this subject and trhig to decide
v hither ho was getting tho best or the
; orst of it. and then gaio It up. Chi-
Will soon be here, and the la
dies should look, their best,
Mrs J. B. Merriweather,
Fashionable T)reiiiakcr 1222.
Harrison street, aiidHie will
do the rest.
i . i .
Paducah Electric Co.
M. Hloom, Pros. R. Rowland, Trcas. F. M. Fisiikii, Sec.
STATION 217 N. SECOND ST.
You can turn on any time whenever you need them. We
give continuous service day and night. Wc don't use trolley wire currents
for lighting. It's dangerous. Our rates : ,-'
Over 10 lights to 25 lights, 3Cc
Over 25 lights to 60 lights, 35c
These low rr.tcs for 2 1 hours' service apply when bill is paid before
olli of succeeding month.
PADUCAH CYCLE WORKS. . . .
Agent for Odell Typewriter, Piice ijL'0.00. Suitable for Ministers, Doctors,
Lawyers, Teachers, and In reach of all.
The Only Exclusive Hieydo Housc.in the City. Hiding School free
to all hii ini: wlut Is from us. WB invite you to call and sec OUR
WHEELS and gel Hottoin Prices on same.
J. It. I'UItYKAK.
F. J. BERGDOLL,
- Bottling -
LOUIS O'BERTS BEER, Of St. Louis.
In kegs apd boltlfp.
Also various temperance drinkE Pop, Seltzer Water, Orange
Cider, Ginger Ale, etc.
Telephone orders Il'Ied until 11 o'clock
10'h ami Streets. PADUCA Jl.ICV
ewvt"r": r1GSX30WZ 117 X.
- i ifrnw
Will offer extra inducements in
Urgans tor the next 30 days.
( . 1 iLd le mitlnccd
FINE DRIVERS AND
JAS. A. GLAUBER'3
Livery, Feed and Boarding Stable
Cn Thiid and Washington.
IN THE LATEST PATTERNS.
PROMPTTTES'TION filVEN Tp'ALL ORDERS.
VL . GREIF,
No. 132 S. Third Street.
WHEN YOU DRINK
can llnd it at
(Where We keep tlio flues', of-:
Whiskies, Wines, Beer, Cigars, etc
RESTAURANT OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
M. K. JONES
Hardware, Outlets Tinware
Give him a call.
IVIiss. Mary B.
per light per montli)
per light per moii'h.
A. 0. EINSTEIN,
Vice Prcst. and Mgt.
12G and 128 North Fifth Street,
Neau 1'ALMKII 1J0U3K.
High Grade Bicycles
and Bioycle Sundries
at night during week and 12 o'cljtl
Telephone No. 371
DRINK THB BEST
Cor, Court an 1 Markel
E. Greif & Go.
! PADUCAH, KY
RAILROAD TIME TAHLES.
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis
riDcoAti AM'MrMrnig nvnroi'.
i out it iMiimrv.
C.T. Paducah. 7.IOM.m ?.1n, t
Ar.l'nrH 03a.m. titlinn
HolloiTltnek Junct. IU.1 ui W p m
1iiliiStoii ... T -"V it tn
r. Jack)-- 1 1., p m n:iam
uv. JjekMin , . !( pin 0 mum
Vt. emphl.....m.....4 311 p.lll Villain
N.iHhvllle... .,,. , '.'Hlprn C25pm
ChatUnoog.i 9 10 p la 3JJam
Lv. Chattanooga. ........ siioam
plftntiliiii ...... 1'.' iii ..m
iM:liin .3I0II.W H.iipib
Ar Lsxlnmon .. Iiupiit 911pm
Lv. Lexlnittun huunm
llollnw Junct .SPpin fJliTaiu
J"Ari UMpin awiam
Paducah .... U 15 pm VSJaui
Tbroiuh train and cir nervlce betneen
and Jarkimi, MetnphlH, NaHbTilln and
Chattuni)a, Tenn. Clivi connection tor
, Jacko.Qvlile, F'U , and h Southeast,
and to Ark.ituaJ, Texan and all point
Southwest. For lutlher Information call on
A.J. Welch, U. 1', A Tenn W l.
Di"ley. O I' and T A NaUvllie, Tenn!
I T Donovan, f I and I' . p Imer llnna
Piducih Kr , I. S. Ilurnbam. depot ticket
Kent, I'aducah, Kv
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
AND MJMI'llla PITISIOS.
NOKIII IIOUNO o SK .No 2 I NO 'Hi
IjVNew Orleans.. 7 SS pm SUUam . ....
Aietnpnu S(6am auipin
Fulton I U) pin II lM"n iam
r I'aducah anpin li.latn 7 M am
(.I'aducah SSSpm 1 loam 8 in am
Ar Princeton liuim 2 31am 0 37 am
Nortouvllle. ... 5 39 pm 3 22am 10 Mi am
BWptu 4 us am 12 2iiam
lr LouNrllla 11 10pm 7 Mam 515 pm
Cincinnati 6l''ain 1155 am
Hnnvit ltnl.UK v.. n,rt '.No 221
Cincinnati ll'jjpm s'aipm
L.oui3ille 3)am SMpm 805
CentralClty,... 8 1 am 10 Spin I ) pm
NortonvllIe.... 12 am 112:1pm 2:pm
r i'aducah .... 1210pm main 6oi pm
Lt I'aducah. ...1220pm IMain Bis I in
ir Fiilioc 2lApm 3 10 am 3iupm
.vKulton SISuiii 320am
r Jlemphli. ...SMpm 7u)am
New Orleans., 710 am 720pm
All tnlns runaallr!
Nos2U3 and 201 carry Pullman bnffet!ileeplni
irsand Ireo recllnlni chair cars
II and New Orlnanx.
Not ail ami 202runo,IJ innatl
.n' New o 'leant, carrying I .1 I an iunt
t' .liiil e.. eper,
! In ,'.k ,i, it union depot a H)iu
Olrwcl - .ii leetlonn for all in inn i et,
t'M Kintb Ticket o- Hi Iway
uder lua lUliuer, andat tb uun.li. p-I.
ST LCbJS uivuinn.
NOHTII IIODKn. 30i 3 ti
.eat, t'adiK ab ,.,.t!:ln pm, f lb pm
Irrlve .. li.i't pm I' pm
" I'arUer Cuy . ... 2 10 pm I . 'A pill
" Marlon ... , ... 2:41 pm, I il am
" CirrxiiiHIe ., . ... 3 2J n m.
" ... 4 Wpm i Wain
" St . . 7:10 i m, i Ham
SOCTIl tull'Ml 3.11 30
(llt.il L.U.1U ... IJI.i i.oo pm
" 1'luehnejTllle, .. 10 117 a in 11:10pm
" .. II .TO a ui.
" Marlon ... i? I in, 1:4 a ui
" Parker f'tty .. I: H . Pi, 2:40 a hi
" MetrotilH ,.. 2 iki p m w m
Arrive I'aducah z ro i ii i i.1! m
Ston for meal All lr.tlu run iihI '
Thlt Is the popular line tost, iaui 1 1 J
Chicago and all jwlntsuo tb and et
Train leaving I'adurah dally atS II p in.
has through I'ulliuan 1'alaco ami
I'arlorCar forht rxml.i. Double Perth rales,
II M, cbalr rW, 75
Kjr further information. rexervatlin,
tickets, etc , callnu or addri'iui J T. Donorau,
0. T A., Palmer Kouie, I'adiicih, or A II.
Eianaon, Guner il I'jmenL'er Aeeni C'hl 'ae .
Hai Through Passenger Trains ai d
Fast Ellleicnt DoOpIe Daily Service
from Cincinnati and I.oulav lie lo
MEMPHIS AND NEW ORLEANS
In connection th the Hr A. O. S. V. to
vllle, ru bluit direct or
for prlailpal iioluU
SOUTH and WEST.
On lis own and connecting Hue. Including
ami jack-urn, aim., iiaon
uud Nau bez, i n , l.tttlo liocl nud Hot prlniM
Ark,. Anco. Tort Worth, D.ill.i.i, Hou.lon and
.in Antonio. TrX niut tMilntion tbe raclllc
Coatt II alo lias llifonti tr.ilu.i
and fat duiibln dally service from
New Orleans. Jackm.n. MemnbW and ixilnu
South aud Weal oa ju own aud connectlua
CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
making direct connections with through ttalna
lor an ioini.i
NORTH and BAST
Including 1st. Chicago, Huffalo,
f leveland llixt'iu New York,
i, llalilmore aud ltlcbmoud,
Solid Vestihulo Train'. Through
Pullman lluffet Sleeping Cars.
Through Free Reclining Chair Cars
rartleul.iM of your local ruu.'oad ticket agl
S.U. Hatch, Dlv. I'ass. Ai.u'. Cincinnati,
JNO. A.Scott Dlv, I'oas. 'it, Memphis.
A. II. Hanson, f.r.A. W.A. Un.i.osii.A.a.r.a.
Chicago. L. M.i. vllle.
rennessee Central an
Internatic ,c! Expositior.
& ST, LOUIS PAILWAY.
THROUGH CAR ROUTE.
TO AND FROM
THNNI'SSHH KKNTUCKY C.I'.ORC.IA.
Al.AIIAMA, l'l.ORIDA, NORTH CAROLINA,
MJl'Tll CAKOI.ISA. VIRGINIA,
WAhlll.W.TON CITY IIAI.TIMOR1.
1'1III..1I;I.1HIA AMI M'WYORK.
THROUGH lH via new Hollow ltocK
Hourn niul tliH
and MCMl'llli, maki'ig
Ion at M KM I'll lb w lth all Hues to and f rom
IIKKANiAII. TKXKhand MiUTUWi:T.
PULLMAN lleiween JIKMl'llls and
irr VIIJ.K on Nlitht Trains, lie-Z.
iz",.tr. tHeen .NAHIIL1LI.B.
tii.i.K, Wasiu.s'iton. Hai.ti.
miiiik, I'hll ijuli hla and New
York. IletMeen Nashville a 1 1 Jackiivlde.
Klondo dally 'ear 'toiinit. tta I'liattanonga,
Atlanta. .Macon and 'llftou, Kxcuralun'Ilckuis
ou sale durliu M-a-on,
On Sale at deduced It lea from all jmlnU on
this lino anil lonneUloiia to Nasbvllle ami
selui u during Ihe couliiiu nice of tho
rriileui.il an 1 llilcniailoiul KxkwII1ou.
rr"I'or furiher information, call upoullcUa
uent or addres. .
n. C. COWARPIN,
Weiem Pass. Agt
405 Ky. I'xcliange IlJdg , bT. Socis, Mi
A. J. WCLCr;',
Division Pas.. Agt., Ti nn.
Ceu'l I'ast. and TUt .;t , Namivilu:, ti nn.
Missouri Pacific Railway
The Urflat Through
0 I nilir. To .KANSAS city, kruv;.
M. LOlllS OMiIU. l'UKIILO, DEnVKH
TRY THE NcW FAST TriAKl
KANSAS AND NEBRASKA LIMITED,
im Mountain Route.
rim most direct liny via Memphis to
nil points iu
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS,
WEST AND SOUTHWEST.
Frco Reclining Chairs oa All Trains.
Tiiuouoit Coaches Memi1 ns to
Dallas and Foht 'Woiitii,
"Tor' inn, rates, tree, books ou Ar
kanstas, aud all Western blateV, n tiif
Indirmallon, call ou your local It aueui
It. T. O. MATTHEWS, S.T.A.
i bT. LOU