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JtUilCKOPATillST, '
OBIcc a llffmway. , Telephone ISO,
residence, mo JisTr.im M. Telciiliouo 119
lli)ir imo, t 3, 7-8
. A. L, HARPER,
ATTORNEY- AT -LAW,
1 120 S. l"'ou;U, Kooin No. 2.
e" .Wwlll practice In All ihucotirtvlif ttin i
state
k.Collec tlon of cltlip pmmiily attended to,
l. wiuLer.
PHOIISF ANn S RN PAINTFR
UtUIMI.O.lUl.KOMIVlKO,
wwny Anil IIAIIIIWUUII 1 IN1HIIFII,
Teleiilnmem.
". Residence, W.: 0.8 HI. " l'AIHJOAII, Kt
It T
iH.U. Harris, T. L.i. rice-
HARRIS & CHIGE
Attorneys -At - Law,
125 S. Fourth Upstairs.
TaRm
Baime and Movinf Wagons
Oflkc nt Willetts Livery Stable.
Telephone 363.
jpprt CO
Undorlfcejxihd cmbalmors.
2rrlsw ... iifiu'iM.ii.1
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? ; R. M. McOUNE,
Tlan and t
via
RXlnanieDtal ;ii Painter,
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tfR, W. C. .EUBANKS,
lOtllL TAUUUfttl YCLE WORKS,
12G an 128 N. 5 th St.
Bnnt&nB Davis,
ARCHITECT.
Ofllco Am Nat. Hank.
BHtiaELL,M.D.
Olllcc 502 1 lA. St.
itcMdencc 1'1'A S. Sixth.
Ofilo Ilourh 7;.TO to D n. m.. 1:30 to 3
p. in., 0 to 8 p. ni.
DR. DANIEL,
Office, 20 1-2 B'way.
Over Lang Bto's, Drug Store.
TI1UM. I MlLLUt, II IJIYSN
Pits',
SUAMES HOTEL
"Ilroadiyny and WnljiurSt.
f OppoiJto tho Southern
alliiripolnlmeolH.
icntei tuu anil ner dav.
msincui is mini
(Louis,, of tho river. With
ien existing It would
- to mnke a crop, nnd
ieiTT u n. ie n loss of millions of
illPTT ffJ03 "'"va'lon to many poor
JUL I flftn appropriation of one
lousand dollars byCongress
vciiVifn?0 ll, crcva,,ra '" hls
Joliyfa',, would give cmployincut to
Iy and allow people to
l)IHr i ill Ihlrlv iIavh.
7 lo 9 . u. I o
tJlllce, No l$ Hronil
Tr.t.r.i'iio.sr. 213.
A. SDAI3NEY,
DrWTlST.
406 BROADWAY
J, W. Moore J
&1ALKK IN .
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Canned Goods of All Kipds.
!Freo delivery to nil partsSjf the city.
Cor. "th and Adams.
Horse Shoeing
a Specialty.
All kindsnrrnrfectiou in
a horsajWravcl corrected.
I Do Repair tyorNkEvery Kind,
Work' GARAjrrEF.D,
Always on nand resjfly for work.
HENRY GREIF.
J. S. GANSTER,
Solicitor of Pension Claims.
Votoran' of four yoars In tho war of
18111-05.
rrpsoeutos claims boforo tho Huroau
Is of roiiolquff.
To noMlrs, yiJoWH ufKolilleriof the wnr ol
Mfxlcnii vy'if lc IViiMon Aciot
July ICW. Iniiuast, uf Pension. Prompt and
tborouitii ntiontlon islren to rJi;clod rin.ru nod
iwnloii dropi""! from th rolls, or any IniM
neas which they denlre tratm.tcled nt the Nu
tlonal ciiplial nhould wilto urn or elvtimoii
call.
Gait House
MUJSVll&Br KY.
i 7 jf
American Plan 83.00 tpy5.00 per
day.
Booms only $1.00 nnd upwards.
A. It. CO'.U'Klt,
Manager.
WRITTEN AT RANDOM.
The "runinna incnllonctl In n
contemporary ni pin lug the well
known nt Clny street
rcslilcnci, were small uovh, ns might
nnvolicen known. ' Ittilllniis ' Imvo
more Importnnt matter to engross
their time mid attention.
It lms been suggested thai If
County Judge Tully knows of niiy
one who has inlliimteil the sIMilcst
deelre to Inniigurntc a crusailo against
toll gnies in this end of the stile, or
who has made tho most trivial thrcnt
bearing on tho 6ubjeet, he nt once
place the inittei before the urnntl
Jury. Thu purchase linn hnd Its
snare ol nolorie'.y and iltsgraco to
near during the past several months
months without emulating
"civlllmlon" mill attempting
the little diver&ions practiced in
that God's country by tearing down
n loll gate now and then and killing
a Keeper occasionally to vary the mo
uotoiiy.
I ho Illinois Central is hot after
people who have persisted in Jumping
moving trains, and one or more
arrests urn made every day and
night. From the Union Depot to
tho tank colored boys especially have
been accustomed to Jump on and off
moving trains, but they are rapidly
learning that such conduct I) not to
he tok rated.
One of tho uew railroad watchmen
cicalcd home merriment n day or
two ngo nt the Union Depot by starting
to arrest Master Car llullder
Juild, who Jumped off an Incoming
passenger oeiore It Hopped. He
did not know who Mr. Judd was.
It is e.dent tint there arc n grent
ii'iny idle people w ho nre idle throuuh
choice nud not tlnoimli neccssltv. and
will not work when rn opportu
n' Is ixleudeil. This was demon-
btu.tvd ystetdav when the railroad
lotnoanv attempted to gel fifty men,
nut t, ceded ingettingonly tnenty.
live. Tlnse would have been enabled
tot-in "Occiii iljra tiny, which
would tie rootil (0 eeuU more limn
hey now cam Such people hnve
Imj luii' bwOii encouraged in their
ndoleit, dissolute habits.
p
The council ha now t.iken In hand
'.hu matter of piovhling the city with
n 11..110I w:i;jii, sotneililu she hns
long in- I d. ti". cug3oiel in theao U
i-o! mi. beret dure A speci.d
vv.i. appuiLiul libt night to
inv Vijuiu l'e cost, etc., and with
th ec Svieh good men us Couuciluieii
'Sell. I.'ebel mid Dipple on the
it mrv leason.dily benssumeil
uji iiie people 01 raiiucaii may soon i
enjoy the novel iigiil of a sure enough
lutiol wi'gou vpciHliug tlnoiiiili the
sti'Ot.
DRIFTWOOD
t;.v iiii.k i:i on tiii: i.i:vn:
Mris
the uic were arrested Jorcd this morning
will be court-J
be NAlllfpilt RlirlifuJ . ..
this ". 1 nver at atliville
dnl ""'""' '""Tge and is rising
women, who 11
martial, wcrcl
nling and John S.
Ntrects, lioiinJ
aboard n trai only pickets in or .
ed to the Isle s morning.
The Bytnpal Uic Mrowu is on i
Austria hive a b.g iu(t in tow
'nnnrita 1 Ti tidewater.
The John S. Hopkins ai rived and
de nueil for Kviiusville on excellent
lime this moinieg with a nice Hip.
A big ritlsbtng 'uioad horn with u
big tow ol tvul p 'J"d down early e
Hi i morning for tue bouiiicrn elitnr
The CKy of rmlucalt leaves St.
Iaiims aii.ionow for this nnd
point'. She will niiivelicre
F iday
The II. V. Muilorf is due heio to-mono
fiom ClaiksvMlo nud leaves
onherieliirn up tho Ctiinbc; laud to
Nashville nt 10 a. in.
'
lliisiucsa is nuythiug b.it lively in
the river ciicio so far this week, but
is expected o enliven up bomewhat o
oy the laUer pail.
Again the wlutilboats have gotten
out nil ff their stupes, which is r.
$ie.tt ndy.iui.ige to te.ms uulo.iding
nnd loading sii'ff onto the whnivcj.
f
The John Y. Hurl, whieli burned
In the Cuuibeil.iiiil liver ycsteitlay
uudo the mystic lliiee lo bum,
which J'jo liver men have been ex. I
pec nig for some linic.
The nver nt this place continues to
.'all slowly nnd reports fiitin the
nud Tennessee- rives show
draw lise nt Nashville. Chattanooga
ml Florence- this morning, but it is
not likely they will bo felt here.
Important Notice.
All poisons knowing themselves indebted
10 tho ilrmjfjf Hoges & King s
and John Uoger,& Son ,nro heieby
warned to call and scttlo.the snmu nt
oneo nt my ollleo, No. 127 South
Fourth street, and thcTcbytiave to
t!n'iiiselvi.s cosis, ns wlH'bo' fiiced
lo proceed by law t'i),c6llecl nine,
unless otherwise sealed prouiptiy.
Ed II. Vvumim,
Ileeeiver of Hogcrs & King und John
Rogers & Sou. d2Ctf
l7(i " ill!)(5
TwentjStnreu years spent in tho
study ofiteiiiVino niulnpharinney
result (no iiust pnlataltiu and effective
Chill nud Fovcr'Curo on tho fueu
of tho JMuntluiiliaU's
Cliill iiml Kevdr Cure, l'rice
SO cents. Sold by (
. & Co.
. 3C
AiMl)Itlpii.s.Cupnblo Vomiu .Man.
Wants position of any kind wheie S
advance incut is possible. Knowledge
of dry goods, collecting.
Ho is n HtayvLar relsonublo n
wnges. Address X. Y. ZMSin of-Deo.
tf
For Siilo.
At thu Sun ollleuold papers, nice
and clean, Just the thing to put tin-
tier cnriieis mid on, shelves. 25 cents
por huudrcd. t
f
r
COLORED
DEPARTMENT.
ci!Uitcin:s
HtHlmhJ Slril rllllrrh Mi'tlindlull Sun
dajr wliiml at a m. I rnichlnu II a. in nnd
in tier u M. r.ilmcr ti.iMor.
HurkN Tt'i ami Ohio (VpthotlMI Klin
lUy nhiKIUu in. 1'irarhlnif II 4 1U. and 8 p.
m Kev. K. h, llurk', p.mt ir
WaM InRloll Slrwt ll.iptlut Church. Sunday
whiMil y a m Pruichl 8 n m ltv. lico.
VV. l)uiV', puitor.
Strent iiaptmt Chltrcti. Sunday
piliooivn in POiichltiK, II a. in and 8 ti in.
Iter v s II iker, tlator
bt Pntil A M V.. chnrrh Hunday school 9 a
in., jirrachlliK II a in 7)i in., Her. J. U
lauioru, jwiior
hi. Jaine A M. V. church, 10th ATrlmbln
atrrcla Hind.iy achool at t pin., l'ra'hlnR3
pin, Iter J 11. hUiitonl
Trltnbln Mrint t'hrlMliu cliurcli Sunday
athool 9 3) a. m , it ichlin;, II a in ntiU ,n
n in., piuyrr tvrvlfe, VVinlnraday e IiiK, 7,
3). hilud.iy KchiHil lr;ichei'
nvrninK', i "' Aiiuru corhiiany inriicu, n.
It CotUT, paator.
COLOR ! I.OWIUS.
MASO.S'IC.
Masonic Hall tti llroudHjy, Tlilid floor.
Ml Mcdrritnr l,o.l(ro ftery flrt
Thuralay ernlnK In each month
Ml Zlou LiHrw No BMH'ta cVtry first
WhlnrwUr trrnlnif In tnnulh.
Pii.itnnih Court No S, ldls Meita eviry
tourth.voi.djy liira'h mouth.
Stona iViuara fxljK No. Meets erery
Monday in each inouili
INDr.PKNDKNTOUDKHOPODUI'KLt.OVVH
Old IVIlowrt Hall, 10 corner 7tli A. Adiini.
HotMehold of Until, No I rot and
third Prlday TnlnK In Uiotilh at Colored
Odd l'vlluna lla I,
Paducali Lodiro No IjlS Meeta eveiy Hint
atiilihlrd .Momlty lnr.nli mouth at Colored
uuu reiiovrs unit,
IMdurah P, triarchy No 79.(1 V O O r
M.ela every nniuil Krld.iy eenlnK In each
mouth at Colored OJd I'elloua' ll.ill.
P.mt flnnd Manter'a Cnundl Xo W -Meeta
every fourth I'll l.iy rvenliii? In each inoulh at
Colored OJd miona' Hal ,
WeMern ICelilucly Mt No
every arniinl and fmirili u
each month at t olore! Odd Hall.
Yonoe VI rn s Prliln Ixklpe No,
eeiy tcond and fourti VViduest day eenli)K
at nauover .no. s;: llroadnay.
U.N'ITKU HUOriii:ilSOIM'Kin.VDbtlIl.
Ht Paul UmUo No (IV Meeta every second
and fo,nh .Monday eVenlni; iuearti mouth at
1 Jl Ilroidna J
Ma'.era If the Tin. t No
a the rlmt 111 mlay iiieacb inotth at
111 llnudy.
Of Id 'II Utile TemitleM.N.ta nemnd Thorn.
day In caili mouth, .it 131 llroad.iy.
xa V K T. 777.
Ceremonial Temtila Nil 1 jlrela tlrnt and
third Tuesday nielli In each mouth
Roden Hole No. l.V, inert tlm
and third W'edue day ulKhltt lu every month
Quee- KtrtlTiliernacl
anu luuitli Mond ty ulKhti In each month,
No tlrrdand
third TburxU) nluhla In each inoulh.
I.lly of Ihn Went So. CS, Meett
an I fourth TauraJ.iy iil(hta in each
miinth
I ride of Padlirah Tent, No, .V. Meeli Hint
Saturday a tieruoon In each month
.tir ot P.vlurnb tent Mecta aerond aaturday
m in r.tch momli.
I.lly of the. WtTnt, MeeU third Saturday
pm in etch inoutli
(lr.md Armr of the lletuibllr meet eecoud
au.l fourth iukIiK In e.ich inouili In
K t. Hall over llimin.i hoi.
(Concluded From Monday.)
All must ngreo with liishop
Turner that wo should piolect our
we siuiiild protect and
iid them with our lives, and every
ia" i.-'no is nllaeked iiy a mob should
M-il ln life as dciuly us possible. A
tl'c fail' of death nwait.s him, he
lmird ta'e .ilong willi him as ninny
would-be l.Miehris as possibl.', but
most of the men w!io are lynehed
luvo no Mich oppoitiiuily. h'list,
llie negro i accused of some crime;
lie llieti lakeu into custody li' the
olll' es of Hie 1'iw; il is .it ti'is i.;e
llni the mob its npjiiaiaiii o
He U irkeu by thu mob fiom the
trim's of Iheollh'crsof (lie law and is
rilfly defpiicelcss. Now, as this is
pto'.iain of the lynching
ire whiue would liishop Tin uei's ail-vi'
e loud r
We e diiot nffoid lo advise Ih.U
irn " ' n 't! of I'limo should open
o cpou .lie olllecis of llie Lvv who
r,o 'li-d willi vvuiinuis for tueir
" . no.', on the oilier hand, c n
ire rlioMi io
'0 ! iro't of iirio.'s lo put down a
Co J o' wli'.c uici who woie Locking
olii' ha ncgio of i'limo,
fori -o vc y i.ionienl t'lisiali
r. rone, oi even linnoicii, fie
.'!. wonhl be e lieu mil, mo
'o woniil uo courted "en I
too , ?ud if t lie uegioc io c id i
ell S! cipjili l!'.it ihe sl..ic
io M not coin i. 'Iii . in . ' c
ov v. wo Id bo c"H i- u i
'or iioiM .iiid would be o.upelicti io
iioid. 1 woiihl no', do li'shoi)
lc orf iho in i' -ii o of pul.'Ug u
ii' oi ..I'll'oi) upon wh i ho l s
d. He b 's oilyrdvViiiii.it we
or'il bo in (io i.io'i io drfeoil our
o Co oml i ho s. I'irilncss : ud honor
our loos ilo in i ,i-o or i:nvics
ik. rud all muil ngico tli..t ihis i-
.. On llie ftp e of 'I no one can
oil, inn eveiV'ioiiv Knows io w.i.u
r ti'e iMilts our IjisliopN novice
.o no o- o a in wi.ii
.ins . 'il icvolvei woi Id le.id. Tlio
eii I'lu'Dt agniu". lyncli'iig .mu
ne s s io,!ig. Tlio J'iC li'eiii
ie .io i ii'icu ai 'C u s '(!
.i ,'ing iniiji uolbelolei.i'oi! tilth's
Od'l 't. T!ir o b' 'VO won1 Will
crvoi'ior '1 !o lynches
w l" not lie aide i e.eiiiiin. ie
.l)c .:u e. Ou Hi's sti) e the 'i'shop
i"il have no bii ,r t is pub-I'.'ii
' a' 'o:il i hut the liouio of
cu 110 o'-i ii'o io lie tut Hit 'ii'O in-si'.'a's, i
I lieu do wo iuviio csIimomi.
0 1. Tl"s is n
d 3 nat'o'i, foum'od upon a con-
' li. o'i l goveuu col. iu'd :i
del' i. I' tn'd In h'
11.1 i .', "Co.nls .u'li uoliuojs
ii'Csi Co in Ill's ouui'V." 'Ne
S'l ' liiid 1 io nun of the l.iw, even
on; jli il t t"iisiiiipo..int
inviOd ui our defence
'"O'o iioweifi'l and :i'l piev..'ling in
'eei'd, I !iii o.ir poor aims ol llcsii,
even ll'ocgh Ihey we'd gun" and
i. Il look llie M'liiiineut of
Ih's (ouiil'y nio'o Ih ii 200 yo :s io
nisi i"o on iiio bi.iveiy ii'i' ioi', ii
tupy lake yei's lo eiyslah.o lo llie
cut licit jiislicow.il no lemlCiPti m
eve y pait of onr voiniuoii lounlry lo
iit, lint wo must seel; lo mom
puh'ic seni'icent, wu must agitalOj
wo must cou'iui'o even uller icpealed
ft'ilt" i lo invoke llie old of tlio law.
The icient ircsiju of
; Cum L of the United
iio r ll'iuicr tho lonsiiii'iioiMiuy
o" i "o I ,ws i'ouipellii)gncgiocs loiide
In hepar. to or Jim Ciow cam
wakened nostoiin of pio'ost fiom
t''u of thonouh. It was
vvlMi npathy, und, nido fiom
iho teniblo denneehdlous and lleiy
ptolojls of ll'sho;) Turner agnlnst
ij. I decision, veiy lit'Io
was said by leading negroes of Iho
couoliy. Thosioim soon blow over,
lu fact, Rishop Turner excepted,
Judge Albion Tourgrc, n while man,
p rotis ted ngnlnst II more forcibly
and continues to protest than nny
negro In Iho country, lnc negro
holds In hi i hands incuus fi
defense lhoro deadly to persecution
and oulrnuo than bulkts,
iVhcn our women are insulted by
villainous clerks in stoles our patronage
should bo withdrawn j when
we nro discriminated ngnlnst by common
curriers our iullilcuco should be
used nguliist them and our patronage
given to those who would give us
equal treatment Tho men that glvel
us work, that open up avenues of
employment to oitr boys nnd gir's
should have our united suppott. The
churchi'S if Georgia, over which
Uishop Turner presides, the schools
and colleges which ho has under his
caic, nnd the mlssionnry department
of our church, of which he Is the
head, will in the end bo more powerful
lo prevail against tho outrage nnd
violence of lawless then than will his
advice to turn the homes of our people
into armed camps.
Hooker T. Washington nn? come to
bo the savior and redeemer of
of our peoplo throughout tho
South, nnd his 4iew confession of
fnilh enunciated a few weeks ngo at
the Tuskegeo Coufeiencc is what the
race needs for its defence mora than
guns, namely t "there must be
ownership of the soil ns tho foundation
of nil progress." Wo
ngc all extravagance, advise all to
live on le Ihan they earn that they
may have homes nud iinney. We advise
ptcpnrntiou to withstand competition
that we utny continue to share in
an Increasing degree the common nnd
skilled labor f the South. Wo urge
lh.it each coinniunily keep its school
open six months or more in the year.
We should make the immoral among
the leaders or in the ranks feci tho
force of our condemnation. Wo
should rccognrtc the mutual dependence
of the white and black rJces of
the South nnd pledge ourselves to do
nil in out power lo remove obstacles
to our mutual progies." Tills Is the
Mud of gospel that wo neetl Hooks
are more powerful than bullets, and
churches niu strong r bulwa.ks of
defence than tirseua's.
Hisliop Turner is n peerless man
Few men of his generation have
worked lint dor, given more nud done
more for the help of his peoplo than
ho, and his words, which have
as a le.it for this article, wire
wiling out of the sufferings of his
heart, suffering in sinp3lhy for tho
allliclions of his people. We pray
God to give us more spirit, more
coura"e, let our cournue be exhibited
in self-dell nice when necessary, bir
no' only against mobs, but ngaiust
politic-. d. social, moral and religious
injustice and uisnnlt. v c nro not
going to Af.lcn, we are noing to
"ehool and lo biireh, nor fchall we
appeal to arms, but to the Coustl
and the laws, where In the cud
wo shall secure justice, ll'j'.rty nud
equality and stand upin a
solid ami lasting as the foundation
of the Republic
R C.
Hetliel A. M. E. Church,
Chicago, III.
A QUEEN'S MINISTER.
Ilovr Ihe' Imiiurtnnt Officer Spenda Ilia
Dor In Duty nuil I'leiiure.
The tuly tlrluotis man of Great
wlic Jolds n post ns minister under
3iiecn Vierin Is supposed to struggle
low n to tirc.ikfnst with his family some
time nine nnd ten, but the
oarhclors refuse to rise before 12, nnd
mine of them lime their tea and toast
Americanized It would be coiTecnnd
rolls in lied. Wiien breakfast Is over
he minister's fancy tlin.s toward some
'erclsc.
If the man Is of iicth habits he
takes a hri.sk wall;, '.Ike Gladstone,
;p Illghntc hill, or plats tennis, liko
sir Kdwnrd Orey. When Lord Spencer
ins In olllce lie nlvvnvs took a horseback
rt'ic. I.onl Itoscbocy drives himself In
rub; Mr. .Wpdth is driven; Lord Salisbury Is
may be found prowling around
"ireen park. Mr. Ilalfour is n devotee of
Ihe bicycle, while Mr. Chamberlain
steadfastly refuses to take any
whatever, holding that when
n
tins walked upstairs to bed he has done
ill that Is
lly 12 o'clock the minister must be
lliioiigli Ids breakfast and exercise nnd
ready for the rrnnd committees that
jicetat that hour, or If it Is Wednesday
the house meets nt 12, nnd If ho Is
reqif red nt either committee meeting A
ir hoiiiie session he goes to his ofllcc.
Vin goieniniein ofllces are noted for
the stix'i'iioKS of their stairs, tho lack of
lif'it nnd n atmosphere. A
of lxicks nnd stationery In tho
ifliies of the i.irious ministers Is the
inly eoiuponsntlon for doors that
won't shut, bells that won't ring, (Ires, n
t'nit won't bum nnd a general dilapidation.
Ilefore (il.idxtonc nliollshcd the
each secretary of state on
upon ofllce won given n slher Inkstand
that ho could carry nvvny with In
dim and hand down to his children ns a
but now his dispatch box Is
ill the minister enn lay eJaltn to.
When the minister reaches hlsoITlca
'o rlnijs for his secretary, who brings In
'It of letters and papcis, ami vvhtlo
they go our these there must bo
ready at threo o'clock, a series
if rj'iest Ions to be answered In the house
f commons, which cover an Immense
and tn tho resources of tho office.
In regard to answering
he Is kept hard nt work,
nit on Wednesday and Saturday hi
'..is n respite and always dines out nt
omo political colleague's or gives a
llnner. Chicago News.
I'niiy I.ouil to Wealth
"My dear old friend, how were you
able to ncipilre suoh an Iinnieiiho
"lly n very simple method."
"What me'lind wns that?"
"When I vvnH joor I made out that 1
nni rich, and when I got rich I innilo
out that I was Hior." Odds and I'nda
Kii ntl.iln torn llinliand.
"There nre six noeossltleH, jou know,
for n happy marrlngi'."
"What aro they'.'"
"I'lrst, a good husband."
"And the others?"
"The other five nrr money." Ia
r jssrii
EASTERSUfDAY
WilLsoon be here, and the
should look ilicir best,
Call on' J
Mrs J. B. Mcrrivveather,
l'nshiounbk Dressmaker 1222.
Harrison street, and she will
do the rest.
vansville, Paducah and Cairo Packo
Lino.
and Unrated by th
Tennessee and Ohio River Transpor
tation Co.
InCOIIPOItATEtl,
'5&r&aTW'
r
HvansTllla and Paducah I'.iclieU (Dally escep
Hi.ti lay,
Stra.JOU powr.rdi ami johx s. Hopkins
Leave Pudtuab at 3) o'clock a, in
Paducah and Cairo Packet Lino (Dally except
Sunday)
Sleatnrr HU u
Lcavis Paducah at 8 a. m.
J. I! rOWI.KIt, Snpt.
Memphis, Hew Orleans Cincinnati
, Packet Corapamj,
IfSnCTTT?
NICQXV11I
Steamrs leave flnelnnall Br MemphU
every Wednesday n l la K o'clock p.
in., pisslnir Padu ah every Tue1 I'liy and at
urusy i.eavo .MemnuH fori lWnnatl every
Tuesday and Prl lay. pavlnc Padncah every
' uursduy and Sunday Le.ive Cincinnati for
New Orleans every lhursday,
cah eery Sunday
J It AMIIUlUn, K. VV. WI8K,
Accnt, Paducao, Ky, Sum, ilnclnnatl,
DR. W, H, NELSON
lMiysieinn and Surguon.
01e tdli VVAhlntton trer;
leliie.re lull lurrtvorrT
iiourii nioia in ! 1 I p m , and
to V i. Ill
WAYS OF THE LOUPCERVIER.
nni;e nnd Arlhe, lie In Hie Terror
of Slnnllcr .VnlninU.
"If the loupcerv ier, or C'anai'lan l.v ns,
were heavy and strong in proportion to
I1I1J pugnacity and he
noUId be a bad for n limn at
doglo tackle," said the man from Maine.
"As It Is, It takco a sandy hound to do
one up even if he gets hliu cornered,
which Is a hard thing to do. In point
of fact, the loupcerv lor Is n bluffer. He
keeps himself pretty well In the
ojils uway from the abodes of men,
but when the hunter or lumberman
cornel iuiiNeetedly on one, the biaat
U by no means euro to run away.
Though flight of build, the loupcorv Ier
Is nnd w hen he face a nuiu,
his (-yen (flaring jclluw, his gray fur
flicking out lu nil direction?, his
ears upright, with the ugly grin
that sjiows hlx long teeth, he Im't the
sort of crcuture that one Would like lo
take up and fondle. If the man approach
him ho will spit nnd snarl ns If
about to put up a great light, end It Is
only nt the list moment that he will
give ground and leap nwny. I'icn then
he goes no further than he hasto, .sometimes
darting up a tree or to th" top of
a high rock, where, ensconced on tlie
defensive, the temptation Is not great
to follow him. In that ic, If the man
have a gun of couiw the affair is quickly
settled, but otherwise the lotipcen Ier
usually holds th fort.
"To the Miioller iirlmnlson which h
preys the loupcerv Ier is a terror. He
Is quicker than chain Ughtnlnggreascd,
nnd Is nil over the woods at once. On
the ground he skirmishes' for rabbits
and grouse, and In tie trees he captures
birds nnd squirrels, nnd, more f
the young In their nests. He
it a deadly enemy to fawns left in lading
by their mothers when they g
tiwny to brouse for a dinner. Sometimes
when pressed by hunger he will
nttnek n doe, dropping on her laek
from the limb of n tree beneath which
sh pnsscs; but the results of the
not nlways encourage him
to repeat it, for it implies nn
In bareback riding that knocks
bronco-breaking In to the shade. Hut In
winter, when the crust formed on the
deep snow will bear up the loupcerv ier,
he, handed with several of his kind,
will successfully hunt the deer, which
wallow hampered In .the snow. William
Oakis, a land surveyor In Maine,
once came upon n deer which had been
pursued and killed by three
They hnd driven the animal Into
the top of a fallen tree, where, entangled
nmong the branches. It was an easy victim.
"Tho loujieenler, as I have already
Implied, Is not a caut ious animal, and lm
less dlftlctilt to trap than most other
animals of the feline kind. in a
trap, he will put up his back nnd spit
nnd hiss at tho npproacb of his captor,
but he Is easily killed with the blow of
club on the head. Ife Is not o ten-admit
of life as the wildcat, and a resolute
dog that is game to face his teeth
and claw, for the first brief round will
mnke short work of him. Hut for any
dog not 11 thoroughbred the first round
Is his sole concern thereafter
Iielng a convenient line of retreat.
innn firing nt a loupccrvlcr In a tree
wants to stand well away, for If ho venture
vv'thln reach of his spring, with the
re'Kii t of his gin he may find the
landed upon him, clawing nt his
face, nnd even If he win he will be apt to
carry souvenirs of the encounter In the
shape of bites and scratches for many
day.
"With all their ravage- pugnacity
loupcerv lers nre sociable, playful creatures,
among themselves, nnd often
hnve lieenolvsenedrn moonlight nights
open spaces of the forest, or on the
Ice of hikes, frolicking in groups like
kittens" V Y Sim
6ii rn 1 r
r s:v: va
PU
KINt I .
TAR In -
'HONEY
Bottle 8
andwrnpporoftliOKeniiln'o I)r. toll's (
I a printed tlioiibovo
dealKn. 11 U txitli nnd
Riinriinteo 1 wiirrnni tlmt tlio i
cluocoutiilnedlii Utoliottlo will euro J
coughs, cold mirt nil I11111;, throat (
nnd client trouiiie more iuiesi) nun
elloctuullyUuii' uuy ottiir rutuedy.
DR. BELL'S
Pine -Tar
Honey
IniioM byftlldru1iorBeptuponrpipt;
Ul nriCr , ow. AimiiTwiurn
Tk K. I. blbtrlAB i l. rMi, ft.
For Sulo by Oelilscliliif'gV'i'
Walker
-,
Paducah Electric Co.
INConPOUATKl).
ltovi'LAXD. Trcas.
M. Hloom, l'rcs. It
STA5 HON 21
(You can turn your llsrlils on nny
give continuous service day ntfdnlghUWe don't use trolley wire current
for liirhtlng. It's dangerous. Our
Over 10 lights to 25 lights, 3Gc
Over 25 lights to 60 lights, 35c
Those low rr.tcs for 2 1 hours' s
5th of succeeding month.
ffrvicc
F. M. Fisiieh, Sec.
N. SECOND ST.
time whenever you need them. We
rates
per light per month.
pctiight per mon'li.
apply when bill is paid before
A 0. EINSTEIN,
Vice 1'rcst. and iljri.
VvJORKS.
. ,
12G and 128 North Fifth Strccl.
Neak 1'ALVIKIl IIOfSK.
HEALKUS IN-
High Gl'ade Bicycles
and Bicycle Sundries
PADUCAH CYCLE
Agent for Odell Typewriter, Price
SL'0.00. Sulta
tors, Lawyers, Teachers, and in rca
The Only Fxtlusivc Hieyilo House in the Cit,
to all buying w hit Is from us. VK invito you
vv HhhLS and get Hottoin rnecs on
P. J. BERGDOLL,
1 Hojjiij p;to it
Paducah ottling - Co.,
AGKXT CELEHiaTEI)
l.OUIS O'BERTS BJZER, Of St. Louis.
In kegs ajiH boltlcp.
Also various temperaneo drinks- Soda l'op, Seltzer Water, Orange
Cider, (linger Ale, etc. V
Teh'f.h.in'' orders llllcd until 11 o'clock at nightduring week and 12 o'clock
nights
Telephone 10
10th -mil M lia SunK
The place to got the best
-is
HOWARD BROS.,
taki2 a d Tana rvT ixani x
w wa e3 S(r p
HOC Utt UesT fccai
that i hand . country a
UIANbLI:
r,i
lc for Ministers, Doc-
ih of all.
, Hiding School free
lc call and see OUIl
same.
.1. It. I'imYEAK, Manager,
1 x
I'ADUGAII.KV.
PIANO for the least money
or-
4J7 N. 6th St.
" i a r
pi110 that vulHaM. vniiln lifetime.
gfve youWi: bet guarantee that is
oaji'yi)av meiiK Old inajios and
Hros., salcsuieti for Hauling &
and small profits our motto.
ANDSADDLE DORSES.
and Turnouts
i A M
gla,; BER'3
Boarding Stable
Washington.
lrtZJ ,A-
CIML ,7
I iy
51iacles.
A1TKSTL0N OIVKN TO ALL OltDKKS.
Telephono No. 371
Wo mean jiiht what we bay. We
given on a piano. All goods hold
organs taken in excliang. Howard
Miller, Jvvaiisvilk. Quick sales
FIN
DRIVERS
-
Elegant Carriages
JAS.
Livery, Feed and
0 )i Third aud
TKLKIMIOXK 118.
Wall t
Windovs
IN THE LATEST PATTERNS.
1'ItOMlT
No. 132 S. Third Street.
-L
WHEN 'YOU DRINK
DEINK THE BEST
You tan
DBTZE.1CS.
Where wo keep
Whiskies, Wines,
RESTAURANT OPEN
MVMLhrwmvmi L.s3
M. E. JONES
SELLS
Hardware, Cutlery,
"STOVES, ETC.
Give him a call.
ESTABLISHED 1864.
PllibuQ If a an? 1Q
GENERAL
AGENTS
Jlelftono 174. -
ilnd
the -
Beer, Cij Krs, etc
AT ALL HOURS ii
r
Tf X
snware
Cor, Court an I Market
o
E. Orel! Ih Go.
INSURANCE
: - PADUCAH; Kl
RAILROAD TIME TAHLES.
Nashville, Ch.iltntiooga 1 St. Louis
Kailror.d
riDCOAit .t mi MKMrius nivisiny,
ODIH HOl'ND,
Cr. TsdacAh 7IOaio 3 ;. n
Ar Paris Bssa m. M) n m
Hollow llkJuuct. I11.M , hi ft Mp ro
lxlnnton ...... . v.us a T ;S n in
Ar. Jacksin luipm MOara
LV. .I.icMH.m ... I 01 p in i)am
Vr Metnphls...,....!!)!).!!! HI1 III
Nashville.. Si Up 111 SJpm
Uhattanooga 9 10pm 3.5iam
NoiiTii nonsn.
uv. Chattanooga MOaia 10 pm
Nhvin a avpni s .11 pill
Memphis 11 ,0 am an
iri
Jickon . 3 innm ai
pm
Ar. Lixlnuton
,.. Hopm 3V pm v
Lt. LexInKton 4 10 11 m Sioum
Hollow lbs k lunct S is m 07um
Paris
OMipni SMnm
Paducah ,. 9 s p w 3-au
All trslns dally.
Through train und car service between Pa.
Jncah and Jackson, Memphis, Nashville anil
Chattanooga, Tenn Cinse connection for At.
lauta.Oa, Jacksonville, Kl , and .h South,
east, and to Arliantas, Texas and all polnui
Southwest, For ruither tnforuiatloa call on
or address.
A. J, Welch, D. P. A . M'mnhli. Tnn VV. u
Danley. O ! and T A T.nn
J T Donovan, 11. P.sijd r a . p.lmer nS.
raducah Kt . K. S. llurnham. depot ticket
pent, Paducah. Ky.
ILLINOIS CKNTUAL KAILKOAD
ip
ANPryiMPIIIS DIVISION.
, Nonjii Hoond o SOU o 2 .No 22!
CvNew Orleans.. 7 S5nm 80Uam
fiempnw 80S am 8011pm
Pultun 1 no pin 11 IV pm 8U)am
Ar Paducah 2Vpm 1 uo am 7 Mam
tiVpaducah 2Mpm 1 K) am so) am
Ar Princeton 140 pm 231 am 9 rim
Nortonvllle. .. SMpin 3 22 am 10 Mam
LvCentralClty.... OWjim 4 0.Vam 12 20 am
Ar Uiulsvllle 11 10 pm 7 M am b 15 pm
Cincinnati a 10 am 11 Mam
South Hound So 201 No 203 No ?-'l
bvcinclnnatl H2upm 2 3d pm
iuuisviue .... 3 an am 6 6.V pm 8u5ra
uv L'entralcity... 8 l.v am 10 ftpm 1 30 pm
Nortonvllle.,, 9 12 am 1123 pm 2 :a pm
Ar Paducah ... 1210 pm 1 4V am 801 pm
Lv Paducah ... usupm 1 5Jini sl&im
Ar Pultoc 2 05 pm 3 10 am 3(X)pm
LvKuIton 2 l.v pm 3 2Uam
Ar Memphis. . . 6 .V3 pm 7 00 am
New Orleans.. 710 am 7 M pm
All trains rnnnattvl
.Nos203 an J 201 carry Pnllmin buffet aleepinu
'arsanil free recllnlnit chair cars belwwn Via-Inn
tl and New Orleans.
.N'0i3)ii'l suJrunso.M i-n"""! lunatl
ml Ne- O-leans, cirryinK I'm ntat
ilrHv.r
1ialn2"l Ii I'snl . epir,
! In I'a "icah union depot a v . ji
iimmtou' for all p.intii r r ret,
icnh and vouin. llckel 'iro.mv.ay
in.ler itH I'klmer, and at tb uu.uu
ST. LO.IS DIVISION.
noktii nocND, 302 Ml
Leaiti I'.Mui.ua ,...12 Ii) pm, t, l.Vrm
rrlve Melronoit.... .. 12 ripm 7i pm
" Parker City . ... 2 io pm. In 'iv pm
" M.in.iu . .. , ... 2il pm, I ol am
" Ctruoudalo ,. .... 3 2A p in, .. ..
" I'liu'knryvlll ... 4 Mpm, I SO am
" St bonis,... .. 7.10 1 ui, :.lfl am
SOUTH 9)1 303
eie sv Louis , . .. 7-36.1 1.1, 8.00 pm
" l'lniiinejvllle.. ., .ID 07 am, 11:00pm
" Caruondale.. .. II JOa in,
" Marlon ......... . ,.l! lVprj, l:45am
" I'arker rity ... .. 12 Up m, 2:40am
" Metrojiolls .. 2 oi) p tu. n-ou a m
Atrivc . .... 1 Ml in fi.li am
atop for meala All trains run dally.
This Is tlin popular Una to St, liuls and
Chicago and all isilnta north and wei.
Train leaving Tadurah dally atC:IV p m,
hu thrnuuh Pullman 1'alaco Sleeping and
Parlor Car lor ht tiuls. Double berth rates,
II W; chair rtes, 75 cents
For further Information, reservations,
tickets, etc, rail on or address J T. Donovan,
C. T A., Palmer House, l'adtic.ih, or A. 11.
Hanson, Gener.il Parseneer Aseul Cblratro,
Illinois OenlralR.R.
Ha? Through l'awcuger Trains and
Fast Klllcicnt Ufjiible Daily Service
from C'lnoiunatt and LouUvIUe to
MEMPHISAND NEW ORLEANS
In the It. A. O. S. VV. to Louis-Title,
rta hliu: direct or making cloe count
forpriipu (Kduts
SOUTH and WEST.
On its own iinifvtinectlng lines. Including
Vlckxburg and JaikT, Miss., llslnn Koiitfe
and Natchez, i a , l.lltleTWK nud Hot springs
Ark.. VVnco Kort Worth, liSlUs, Houston and
San Antonio, T. X., nnd potuttou the raclrto
Coast ll also has through lyinsenger trains
aud fast cfflcl it double dally service from
New Orleans, Jacks, n, Memulils nnd points
South and oa its oa Jiud conui'ctiug
lines to I
CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE,
CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
making direct connection with through tialm
for all dun
NORTH .An EAST
Including M. Louis, Ublcago, Iluft.ilo.
i leveland lloatin New York,
Italtlmore aud llcbmond,
Solid Vcstibiilii Trains. Through
l'ullman lluflet Sleeiilut: Cars.
Through Ercc Keclintog Uhair Cars
Particulars of your local Mil. -old ticket agt
S. O. Hatch, Dlv, Pass. Aceut, Cincinnati,
Jwo. A. Scott, Ulv, Pass. Afeut, Memphis.
A.II.HANMO.V, f.P.A. VV.A.
uuicago.
fennessee Central an
Intern alio .a Exposition,
NASHTILLE,
GHATTANOQ
& ST. LOUte RAILWAY.
THROUGH CAR ROUTE.
TO ANDIFROM
THNNTSSl'I KHNTUCRY OHOROIA.
A 1IAVIA. 1 I.DKIDA, VoKTIl CAROLINA.
hOl III CAROLINA, VIRGINIA,
VVVMUM.roVClTY OM.TIMORH,
I'lIILADI.I.I'HIA ANU Nl'.WYORK.
THROUGH Hotli vli newJloLLow Horn
ItoiTK and H)" McKk.nzik
SERVICE llolTK tietveen vS'ASHVILK
aud M I'M I'll Is, .m.iki'ig con-n
eel Ion at M KM I'llls. lib .ill Uiies to ami from
HKKAN'sAII. TLXASjatid MlUTIIlVKil'.
PULLMAN Heiweeu .MkMi'ilis and
npr VIM B on NlKbl Trains. He.
J,ri:,., tueeu .NvsiiniXE.
MJOX.A, K.NH1VILI.K,
CARS VILLI!, IVASIU.NOTO.V.
MOIIK. l'MI i 1,'liln and New
York. Iletwe. n Nashville .ilid J irksouvllle.
h'loritlo daily year 'lotiml. ifl.a I'tutt.iuoogj,
Atlanta aud Tlfton, itxcurslou'Ilckels
on s.Uu
EXCURSION TICKETS
On Sale nt Iteditred Idle IruiiV..iH hi1iiii oil
this line ami louuculous to .iinl
heturii during llie rontlnu.incv of tljii '1 nines-
see ivulenl.il an 1 KxiMslilon,
IVVor furihi r inlormatlnii, c it 1kj1Ic t
i:ni or aciuies'
R. C. COWARDIN,
VVnteni Pass Ag
4"5 Ky 1 xcliange Illds r Ml"
A. J. WELCH,
Division Pass Agt , MKMrius,
W. L. DANLEY,
Gcn'l Pats and TU , Agt . N imivili l, bl,
Missouri Pacific Railway
Tb iif h
Line K i ui
fll I -..!.. To KANSAS CITY. T. JOli
ill LUl 10 ""AIM. PUHIl.O, DENVEll
d si.r i.Aiaj.
MY IKfcJiiW l-Abl , . i '
KANSAS AHUJIEBRASKA LTIITED.
Iron Mountain Route.
Vlin most ilircot line vin MiMityOT to
till iiolnts in
ARKANSASAND TEXAS,
WEST AND SOUTHWEST.
I'rco IluclininV Chairs on All Trains.
Tnnoi'flii Coachkb Memphis io
Dallas AND Foiit Wouiii.
For 1 ii ii', riles freo books on nvxis, Ar
kansss, ..ml all WMteru i 'urthK
Inforin.illuti, callim jour local tl . i ugvnl
or i rile
it. t. u. niA'ifriir.ws, s.t.a.
' LOUISVILLE, KY
M r rowvsi FVJ,rs.l.AiT.A.
aV LOUIS,
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