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Olllcc No. 41
roa'lwsr. Telenhone 130.
Jlrsldeure, lujf Jefferxin St. Telephone 119
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ourthKooin No. 2.
16 court of tli state
omply attended to.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER,
Kesldmce 22 H. A Hi,
II. U. lUrru. 1 T. Ul'rlco
Attorneys - (at - Law,
81 'nograpner In omre
J. 0, ROSS.
OUlco ut Livery Stable.
Hlore Telephone IM
R. M. McO
130 S Third
with DAniiPiU ntmcunpQ
mill muuunii u ur iiunrtu,
12G and 1
128 N. 5th SI.
BrTlntor. B. Davis,
Olfioo Nat. Hank.
C. A. M.D,
Olllcc 502 1
V7.M to 9 n,
tikis, f uin.r.u,
tesldonco 72:i S. Sixth.
m., 1:30 to 3
(O's, urug More.
Kate $2.00 niid ?2.50 iht day.
St. Louis, ( - Mo.
P i Jcrrr, X. D, II. K. VViij.iamon.M I)
JUETT & WILLIAMSON,
T lo. in., UoJp in.
J, W. Moore,
Stanle aiwEancY G
Canned Goods of AI
Free delivery to all pars of tho city.
Cor. 7th and Adams.
All kinds of iwpcrfition in
a liorflc'ifavel orrcctcd.
I Do Repair Workf Every Kind,
Alwnjs on hanfl ready for work.
J. S. GANSTER,
Solicitor of Piston Claims.
Veteran of four yoafs In tho war of
rrosocutos clnlmbsforo tho Bureau
t.. ,iUIri wlJowiCotolilliTK, i( the war of
Jnly lW.'fl.Xxieo1'ei..l.in. I'rompl and
T'iii tn roiu.oraiiylmi'l
nMHWhlfhlWy Htnlr tr.inartl ut lhe.N
0 to U 00 per
Hooms only $1.00 and uimivlgt
A. It. CUJl'Kit,
WRITTEN AT RANDOM,
"Dues tho principle Hint distance
lends unclmntiiicnt liold good, when
great men nro concerned?" Congress
ninu Wheeler, who Is Just hack from
Washington, was nuked jestcrdny.
"Most certainly 1" ho replied.
association with great men
causes their greatness to nnlsli like
vapor In tho stmshinc." And with
that he smiled n cynical Blgnlllcant
smile and passed on.
"1 heard an old engineer on tho
Cincinnati Southern get ahead of n
preacher onco," related Conductor
Craft, of tho I. C, who used to ho
chief train dispatcher here,
'Tom Walsh was his name,
and ho was pulling a passenger 0110
day when ho struck an empty lint and
had his engine turned out on the
main line. If you've cer been a
railroad innn 3 ou'll know what that
ineaii". She was ocr In a ditch half
full of water, and Tom woikcd pretty
Inrd for over n half n day on her.
Hu was covered vvlth mud, and not
in the best of humor.
"I.atir on in the day
crowds beeati to irnther
from tho surrounding country to see
the wreck, and among tho people
was 11 preacher. You could tell ho
was a preacher by his face, his walk
ami his clothes, and ho must lime
had a new watch.
" '.Say, will r 1 tell mo
what time it is?' ho ndc esicd the
badly ecd engineer at the same
time pulling n cheap watch out of his
Hokct so every one could sic he had
it. The eng'necr iiiumM long enough
to tell him tho time, which ho noted
from his line gold ticker. Ho re
turned to his work, but presently the
preacher pulled out his watch,
it so everybody could see it
ami again asked 'Have you got railroad
"The engineer mad and out of
retorted as ho fclowly raised
his mud'bexpattcred form from the
prostrate engine, Will now, phat in
th h 1 wn( Oi be doiu' kapin' any
nther koliid uv toime, vc doinmed
The engineer relapsed into silence,
the preacher looked completely
squelched, but cv or) body else looked
A fen e citings ago, in tho
well knonti county of Marshall,
Mr. L J. (lOHsvtt, a prciiuineut
druggist of Hriensbtirg, was called to
open his door and hell a stranger a
bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
The strnngrr was reticent at
llrst and his suspUiotts conduct soon
alarmed tho ttrugglst, especially when
he lingered in the darkened store and
made no preparations to depart af.er
he hnd gotten what he came alter mi 1
paid for it. Mr. Gosbetl thought he
might be a burglar, or mimic one who
intcndcif to murder him and then loot
He prcxeully announced that he
believed he would cloc up nnd go
home, wlicri'UHJii his customer declared
that he, too, would go, as ho was
cold. Mr. (.Sossetl then changed his
mind about going home and concluding
to let well enough alone, and told
his mysterious companion ho might
warm by the stove in the store.
But it seemed absolutely uupossl.
blc for him to get rid of the unwel
come nnd ominous looking visitor.
So llnally he came right out and said
he would have to close the store, and
the visitor gracefully acquiesced, but
signified an intention to go home with
him. He also suggested that they
go the back way, which was nearer,
tint quite dark, but the terror stricken
merchant positively declined.
The stranger said his namewas
"l'ullem," and went on homo with
Mr. (JosMJtt, who could not shake him,
ami when ho reached home hegau introducing
"Mr. l'ullcn" to a crowd
of guests ho found in tho liouc.
Presently "Mr. l'ullem" removed
his hat and coat and there stood
Mrs. (lossett, who had donned her
husband's mackintosh and one of his
hats, and played an April fool joke
on him, for it was All Fool's evening.
The others had all been apprised
of the joke beforehand, nnd
tho way they have since ''guyed" the
druggist has been a caution. He
feels that ho will never hear the last
The tobacco llend is likely to get
the marble heart In Louisville. The
people are rising in their might to
that the habit of expectorating
all over street cars, church lloors
and in fact in most every place
where the lords of creation arc wont
to go nnd dwell, must be abolished,
and many able articles have been
published from those who faror nn
anti-expectoration ordinance. There
is room for reform of this sort In
If the city purchases a patrol
wagon, it will bo kept nt
Central lire station, ami an engine
house liorso will probably bo worked
to it. When it Is needed anywhere
nil ncccssnry to bo done is to telephone
tho locality and tho minions of
tho law will do the rest. Tho pollco
ai 3 greatly elated over tho prospects
of having one of these highly esscut'al
Tho sports who hnvo reason to fear
tho grand jury, if there be such here,
cannot this time repair to tho picturesque
lakes on tho opposite side of
tlo river and sequester themselves
until tho ordeal is past.
This has long been a favorite
method of eluding tho uugust body of
inquisitors, but now tho high water
sadly Interferes, nnd tho lakes are nn
ocean of muddy water.
It is singularly noticeable, however,
that few of the
gamblers nrc now left 111 this neck o'
tho woods. Tho grand jury always
disperses them for n few brief days,
Fow of Inst week's "bums" seem
to- bo left, but likely most of them
haven't finished sleeping off tho
ccts of the liquor they imbibed at
Manager. tho tcrmimi3 of tho campaign.
Capt. Iludgcns says he'll be
blanked if ho dies whllo W. 1. Leo
Is county judge, remarks tho
"Mirror." The following incident
drove Jeff to this rank deter
mination: Judge Lee declined to
allow n child of n big fat, lazy, sassy
culliidgcinmen to be burled at the
expense of the county, last Friday.
It is tho custom of tho county to bear
the burial expenses of persons whose
families arc in poverty from sickness
or other unusual misfortune; but
w hero the father is nn able bodied
man, as was tho case Inst Friday, the
Judge promptly refuses to burden
tho pc Mile with the burial expense.
Capt. iludgcns was a witness to this
refusal Friday, and fcnriinr ho might
meet the same fate, ho decided not to
die while such a man holds the purse
string of the county of Graves.
"Bishop T. U. Dudley, of Louisville,
is for the time being engaged at
mid-day in holding services on the
streets of his city for the business
men. Ho sometimes preaches In the
open nir and sometimes in n vacnn'
Tho above paragraph from the
Madisonvillo "Hustler" elicits the
following remarks from the Mavlleld
1 'reaching on the strcc's, ingtod
of in the church, is practically admitting
that tho attain of this 1 fc aro
of more importance than of attending
church. When tho preacher leaves
tho church pulpit nnd goes out to
preach In tho streets, because people
"don't have time" to go to church,
he seems to admit by so doing, that
his sacred mission Is not of the first
importance. Of course the iood man
docs not mean to admit this; but the
effe t upon tne people is, that at
tending church is a secondary matter
to tho business affairs of life. The
bible story of the marriage feast does
not say it was moved out ami about
to suit the temporal convenience of
those who "did not have time" to at
tend it; but ministers were sent out
to compel the worldlings to come Into
the house. I here was no compro
inise by moving the feast out on the
street. The bible enjoins that you
sctk llrst the kingdom of God and
his righteousness, and let the worldly
If there Is anything more detest
able than 11 "religious" debate in the
pulpit, it is a street discussion of
ccriptutal questions. Consequently
1 wns viry glad, the other day, to
hear a preacher say ho regarded the
bible as too sacred for him to engage
in bandying it back and forth iu the
It Is a significant fact in this connection,
however, that a great many
peop'earc now-a-days paying so little
attention to religion us it is now
kuonn ami preached, that the only
way to get tho subject before them is
to go out and tackle them in the
streets, as many preachers arc doing.
It is something similar to 3Iohomet's
philosophical conclusion to go to the
mountain because the latter declined
to come to him.
on tiii: llvii:
The Buckeye State from 3Iemphis
passed up nt 8 a. in. today for Cincinnati.
The Joo Fowler was tho regular
packet to ICvausville this morning nt
Tho City of I'aducah is due here
tomorrow from St. Louis en route up
the Tennessee river.
The bic John IC. Sliced nasscd
up from New Orleans for Cincinnati
The tow boat, Gate City, passed
now u yestcrilay aiicruoou ; sue was
light ami did not stop.
Capt. Anion 1'rieo has recovered
from his recent spell of illness nnd is
now open for all engagements as "star
The May .lower arrived here out of
the Tennessee river this' morning
bound for St. Louis. She carried n
very light cargo.
(Juile n crowd of excursionists
were aboard the John K. Speed yesterday
making n pleasure trip from
Cincinnati to Now Orleans.
The Ashland City, after being laid
up on acount of high water for
several weeks, started iu her old
trade between this place and Duivillo
The champion Dick Fowler will
again turn her head towards Cairo
morning, the water having
fallen sulllciently for her to make
most all of her way landings.
The fall of the river last night is
estimated at 0 inches. The current
iu tho Ohio is not nearly so swift ni
it has been, no doubt being checked
by tho back water from the Mississippi.
As the river continues to fall business
gradually picks up and within a
few days morj all tho local pickets
will bo out again lilting their oil
places. Busiuess on the wharves
this morning, however, was very
Oivlng to tho high stage of water
at Cairo all the larger steamers that
go under the bridge have to lake a
portion of their chimneys off. The
Buckeye State arrived hero this morning
with about half of her stacks
knocked off, which made n great
change in her appearance.
Thcro is any amount, of timber to
be brought out of tho small streams
ns soon ns the rivers fall enough for
the mills to receive tt in their
booms. There is now nt the mouth
of Trndcwntcr 1100,000 feet of lumber
which will bo brought dawn in
u'lout ten days. Tho tug Nellie
Brown 1j now on her way down with
u rnft which contains nearly 5100,000
feet and there aro also two rafu to
como out of tho Cumberland river
and several In the Tennessee which
will bo broughtout in a short while.
For nice sto
$1 por load.
wood tolqihouo 29.
KK ANDitlM CO.'
and third Moml ty
Odd rellow Hull.
IIinluli.l Htrrel tlmrch
il iy bcIkmiI at U n in 1 re 11I1I11K II a. Ill nnd
7 i III Iter C M. utor,
llurks Chit"!. Tl'i nnd Ohio ('ithcllil) Sun
dy whool II a m I'lriclilnK II a 111 ami 8 p.
111 Iter. V..H. Ilurl,iul r
WaHMtiKton Mr" t II UHlut Church. Sunday
nrhcxil 0 a 111 1'reacbl it' S p 111 Itev.
W. Pupi, piMor.
Sftenth Siren llaptltt Church Sunday
nrlKKilDa m l'riirlilntf II a. in. and 8 ji in.
Itev. W a Hiker, pa.tor
bt Paul A M K. church Hunday achool 9 a
in., 11 am :p m., itev. J. u
H. Jaine- A M. K church, 10th &. Trimble
Sunday nrhoolut: pin., l'reachlni;3
pin., Itev J (I. Stanford
Trimble Street Chrlttlin church Sunday
itchool 9 1) n. in , pre ichlnp, II a 111 and T. i
n m , prajerFerticen, vmaneiuay einiiiK,
9), Sunday whool teicheiV 1 hurnd.i
etenlnirn, 7 30 All ai corldially Invited h
It. Colter, paalor
22! Ilroadway, Third Floor.
Ml MrOreuor No every llrel
Thurnlty eteulnir In each mouth
Mt Zlou Utylgo No 0 lieeln eviry Bret
WedneMlar evenlnB In each month.
SiiMutwh 1 ourt No s. I.adli Meets ettry
(ourlh .Hobday Ineaih month.
Htone Sotiara No. -Meets every se
cond Molina) In each month
aid tVllow Hall, a e corner7th A. Adims.
Ilnllitehold of lliuh. No 18 MfPtH II rut and
third I'rlday venlmt In lach month at Colored
Odd IU I.
No IjIS Vleets every first
In each unnlh at Colored
I'aducah IMrlirchs No 7P tl U O O I
Uets every leniml Krld ly etenlnif la each
month at Colored Oid l'rllovtu' Hall
Past (irsnd Master's Council No 79. Meelii
etery fourth I'rlJ.iy etentnc Iniacb month at
Colored OJJ 1'ellous' Hal .
Western Ki mucky Lodge No acil Heels
etery secoud and fmirih mesday venliiK In
each mouth ai Colored Odd Fellows' Hall.
Young Mens Pride Ixidpe No.
eteiy second and fourlt Wednesday etinlni;
ai llalloter No. 'ill HrotdMay.
UNITED IIHOTHl.nSOl' I'RIKNDSIIII'.
St Paul No 0,1 Meets etery second
and fmrih Monday eretilnt: In each month at
Sls'ers If the Mysterious Ten. st No
M-Mee's the llrst III each month at
(loll'n llule Temnle -Meets secoud Thurs
day In tach mouth, at 131
333 U K. T. 777.
Ceremonial Temple No I Meets first and
third Tuesdiy night Iu each mouth
(lo'den llulo Tlbeniacle, No. 4S, ineeta llrst
and third Wednesday nlxhts In every month.
Queen Mr tl Tabernacle Mi 34 Meets second
anu fourth Monday nlKhH In esi.li month.
Mul illi). Titxrnicle, No first and
third Thursda) ulghts In e tell inoutb.
I.Uy of the. West Tabernacle, No CIS, MeiU
second anJ fourth ThursJay nights In each
Pride of Paducah Tent. No. A. MeeU first
Saturda) afternoon In tach mouth.
Star of I'aducah Tent Meets second h tttirday
p la in eacn iuouid.
Mly of the Went Tent, MeeU tMrd Saturday
pm in each month
(Irand Armvof the Itepubltc meets sicond
and fourth Tuesday nlKMs In each mouth. In
U K. T, Hall oter .Martin. btrb r shop.
r.: l;:cu3e that failed.
I til I Woman llrinl tt ,lusl Uiic To.
"The offiie" has alttays been the
of erring hiixl.inds. l.uto hours
j lid nil KortH of iliKsiiat!ous could be
.pl.iiucd by th.it mtipic term A
world of trtivtiii; tvitis hate been put
off ttilh that eetise, lint notue of the
more modern, up-to-date ond
ttites hate exploded the old
This story tells hint one encrpTislnp;
nlfo prk'd Into the of her
This particular husband fell deeply
Into the habit of flaying up town late
of nights mid fell into the convenient
linblt of explaining his nbence on tho
score of odlee dut'es.
He ttns not. strni go to say, entirely
truMifnl In these explanations, but his
'otnl wife did not always know of this,
as this tvls fowl of n husband
had ostcd nil his ofllee force to
git e the projicr story w henet er hi tt Ife
should ring up the ofllee by telephone
ar.0 Inquire nbout him.
About every third night tlie onico
telephone would ring nnd n ixxir slate
of an ofllee clerk woiilJ go to the tele
phone to tell the stereotyped lie.
"Yes Mr. Smith's here, but he's In
his private, olllee, very busy tlth n
nd the trusting wife had to put up
with this excuse for overso long u time.
Hut after tlie lnpeof many months and
nfler she liml lieanl this story so many
limes that eh' hnd tired of It,
she naturallt beeauienlittlefiiisplclous
She trieil a little slvt Investigating, but
It mailed her nothing.
lint onf night her turn eame. A brilliant
thought eame to her She rang
up her huslinnd'd ofllee nbout ten
"Yes'm, Mr. Smith's here, but he's
tery busy right now," ".tas tho replt
"I,ct me speak to him a moment.
It's very Important."
"I'm afraid he can't talk to you," said
the clerk, trembling.
"Tell him I must senk to him."
"All right. Walt a minute." The
rlirl. rounied OS right slowly nnd helloed.
"He's too busy to be disturbed
now," he said.
"Aro you right sure he's there?"
nsked Mm. Smith.
"Sure, madnm? Why, I Just this moment
Fpoke to him."
"You dreadful innn how daro you
t II me such n deliberate untruth! Mr.
Smith Is here In the sitting-room
Which tenches that a clerk may
sometimes bo overtrained. Atlanta
THE PACE THAT KILLS.
HometlilliB for Iliia'ncss Women to Head
The paeo that kills a business ttomnn
Is the work she does at home. Good,
hard, faithful attention to business
never killed anyone, manor xvomiin
Worry and the "seeing to things" idea
tix&e nro the two nails in the business
The. ''seeing to things" Idea is ills
tlnetly feminine. Xo man ever hnd it.
Every vtonian Is lorn with It, Men
kit in a streetcar and watch thedilver
of a truck groan and tug, and try to get
his wheels off the track, and not n man
will move to help that driver or oen
sigh In sympathy. Lv cry woman. In the
car Is edging and peering and wishing
slio durcd go out on the. platform and
"sec to that truck."
That's Uic thlug Uiat kills lvomcn.
They try to carry the world on their
shoulders, nnd they don't recilizo thnt
the vv ot Id Is n grent deal better off Without
their puny strength under It,
HuhIuush women tty to do too many
klmh of things. They are, most of
them, "Jills of nil trades." When n
biLsluesB man get-s up In the morning he
takes his bath, goes Into tint dining-loom
nnd eatB bis breakfnst.klsHCBhls
family nnd goes downtown to
work, like n sensible man. Tho. business
vvoninn q you know her? I do.
I'll tell what tho biutncss woman'
does. She gets up early ami goes Into
tho children's room and fashes around
for half an hour or so. If youasklicr
what she Is doing, she'll ray slie's "seeing
She hint, a servant and waits upon
tiavu a drejnuikcr lUiil Hits
Paducah and Cairo Packe
Owned and Ojwnted by th
Tennessee and Ohio Hlvcr Transportation
IlianivlUetihJ I adurah rackets (Daily excep
strs.JOK row r.r.it'a'nalioiiN s. hopkins
U-.-U e l'.iduran at 9 30 0 clock a. in.
Paducah aud Cairo Packet Line (Dally except
Hli tiner IIKK rOlVI.KH,
I".tVri 1'iducah at 8 a, ni.
J. II. FOWI.KIt, Supt.
Memphis, New Orleans i Cincinnati
urujy Mate Muuphli
Tiiemlajr and Trldiy. pn
ffi'uinifR.'tfUu ml its
Nteimera 1 ate Clncln
etery Widueiiy nd .u
ui. piwmJ ete
nurmliy indsiiniij. 1
New Orleana etiry Ihurml
J II ASHCIIAIT,
A(,'eiit, l'.iduran, Ky,
II for Memnhl.
lav at ft o'clock p.
Tueiday and sat
u y, ptitslni
It. W. A
Alftlrwwi WaOiln t in wtritt, at
vunrfleiiip ii.'jiHrriuiL s
Onlre Houri Si UI il m to I li in . and
7 to V p. m
up iilfrlita stuiljibf,' books for a
new way to h.it c n U(Kt nuuK'. She
buys a hat and takes it liiunc ami tuirs
It nil to pleccn nml nuiKm It qu r tifriiln
blie illel.ites to n typt writer- .mil then
takes the "copy" anil corrects It
,Sln works licrrelf ill oter
she can't Jo, and ought not to ilo
and takes n rueful pleasure In ,i i, ai
tyrcil Kjiell of
She worries iihout other jicopleS
troubles, hlio frets oter otJter people's
chililren, the nlmnt takes meillclne for
otker people's heailnclies, nml r4ie put
nil her friends Into nervous lrrlt.it tun
try in? to "eec to them."
If the business ttomnn is ttortii one
half lier ftil.irt, slie puis. ill these tliinir
out of her mind at the ofiice. N.
Draped Ilo Hies.
A rival nnd if the Issues were Im
portaut, it m ght be snid n foini il.ibli
r the new pointed bodice nnu.i '
nner various queens is tne urnpeil or
folded corrage. Arrai.ged to .suit d f
ferent types of figures, It enn be inad'
very bceoni'ng to stout, nuilium nrd
slender forms severally, the f .Ids bel.v
more or less voluminous, broad cr nnr
row, fovt or many in number, in ranged
high or placed low, nnd la'd nbove i
deej) cemture that comes up tery h'gh
on the bodice, or merely held In Inn
by a low, unrrott 'minted girdle n
thort, to suit the spcciiil individual
t'nder consideration. These gnic'ul
eiosscil botllies lire not relegated ti
evening toilets exclusively, but nppc ir
on stylish day gowns nnd corsages
for moil usually of soft, pliable mater
lis St. I. it s
PLRSONAL AND IMPERSONAL.
Among the slnccrest mourners ni
the funeral oi King Humbert of Italy
will be the life insurance companies.
They care fur him to the extent of 57,-500,000.
It is a blngular coincidence that ex-Congressman
.Tames Wilson, the next
secretary of agriculture, Is father of tho
position, having first Introduced the bill
Gov. Low ndes, of Mary land, ndmlts
that an a farmer ho has been a complete
failure. Unlike most unsuccessful
fanners, bo says It was not the
fault of the farm, but been use he doesn't
The widow of the late Justice Miller,
of the t'nlted States supiemccoutt,
has been forced to rent rooms to support
herself, nnd a bill to pay her$7,000
ns an extension of her husband's salary
Is before congress. He was one of the.
very nblest jurists who ever sat on the
The pope's golden rose Is destined
this year for Duchess Maria Theresa,
wife of the crown prince of
The rose is an artistic creation
In gold and precious stones, executed
by tlie tatlcan jeweler, nnd is bestowed
iu m on some Catholic princess
who has been conspicuous for her services
to the church.
A bill hns lieon Introduced In the.
state senate of Tennessee forbidding
any pep-on to linger or loiter on any
sticet, alley, road or lano in the vicinity
of a young ladies' boarding
ohool. Neither shall nnyone try to
communicate secretly with the inmates
of any such Institution, nor loaf, lurlc
and loiter where the Inmates of such
Institution nrc likely to be found.
The Green Hag tells this of
Judge Wilson, of Ohio: "Several lawyers
githcrcd In Judge Wilson's room
nfter idjournment of couit, and wero
discussing the rct'rement of n member
of the bar. Among then, wns one
whose practice Is worth $25,000 a year.
He said: 'I have been practicing set-i
ml ienr3 and urn well fixed. I have
thought I .iltoul 1 l'ko tir retire and devote
my remaining .tears to studies I
'nte neglected.' 'Study law,' said
Cut tip a chicken ns for n fricassee
nnd put it on the stove iu n saucepan
with a tablespoonful of butter and n
minced onion. Wlien the pieces are
lightly browned, which should be in
nbout ten minutes, ndd a gill of tomato
lliiuoraud a pint of weak chicken stoik
which should have been mnde from tin
neck", feet, giblets and wing tips of tfct
fowl, llrirg this to a lioll. Wash nnd
pick over a cupful of raw lice, stir II
Into the broth, and took It all together
for CO minutes, or until the rice Is soft
Ten minutes Wore It Is dono add two
tnblespoonfuls of grated I'aemcsan
cheese nnd a dii.'n Trench mushroom
ISeforc taking fiom the fire season to
taste with salt nml pepper. Serve very
Int. Clueiuii. tl I'nuulrer
Her I'litorlte Iwt' -tier.
'1 ho prime III tho fi ry t.i proieidel
with his gbwlng desei ton of the
homo he had prepau 1 for h bride.
"V bundled vvitelnng odcrs," he ex-claimed,
"slml. girct th. nostrils!"
"Can't you make It W sc ntsV"
demanded the prime-', who was
Inclined to lx udt.ineed a louplo of centuries
on Hiii'hu li- itt i, li 'i 1 .those etery
aspiration was I; ir ng ft rvtaid ton
il r v: ! " ' Journal
dies should look
re, ntul the la
FaHionablb DA'ssinaker 122
Harrison meet, and' he will
do the rest.
Paducah Electric Co.
31. Bloom, l'rcs.
STATION 2JTN. SKCON'IJ ST.
These low rrlcs for 21 hours' sorviu
5th of succeeding month.
F. 31. FisiiKit, Sec.
You can turn your Huhlson any timo whenever you need them. We
give continuous service daynud night. We don't use trolley wire current-
for lighting. It's dangerous. Our rates:
Over 10 lights to 25 Hghts, 3Cc per ligHt per month.
Over 25 lights to 50 lights, 35u per ihflit ier mon'h.
apply when bill is paid before
A. C. EINSTEIN,
Vice l'rcst. and 31gr.
126 and 128 North Fifth Street,
Neak I'a.mkii House.
High Grade Bicycles
and Bicycle Sundrio?
Agent for Odd! Typewriter, Price $20.00. Suitable for Ministers, Doctors,
Lawyers, Teachers, nnd in rjeach of all.
Tlie Only Inclusive Uicy tic House in the City. Hiding School free
to all buying w bids from us. WE invite ydu to call nnd sec OUIt
WIIKKIs and get liuttom Prices ou same.
J. II. PUKYEAU, Manager.
F. J. BEEGDOLL,
Paducah- Bottling - Co.,
LOUIS O'BERTS BEBjR, Of St. Louis.
In kegs and Lotties.
Also various tcmp.'ranco drinks Sotla' Pop, Seltzer Water, Orange
Cider, Oi.igcr Ale, ete.
orders fi'led until 11 o'clock at night during week and 12 o'clock
RaMirdty nighH V
lOlh and Midii'M, Streets PADUCAH KV.
The place to get the best PIANO for the least money
417 N. 6th
that is handle. J in country a pjano thatxiTl last yon lifetime.
W'c mean just what we .say. We giYfBtriTie best is
given 011 a piano. All goods sold on easy payments. Old pianos and
organs taken iu exchang. Howard llros., salesmen for Harding &
Miller, ICvausville. Quick .sales and .small profits our motto.
FINE DRIVERS AND SADDLE HORSES,
ElegafTt Carriagesnd Turnouts
Give him a call.
TIO A -IT h
jac. n.. jut.j oeid, a
Livery, Feed and Boarding Stable
Cjr. Third and Washington.
TIT 11 1 1,
. vv all raper
IN THE LATEST PATTERIJJgr
l'KOMl'T A1TKT10S CaVKVTO Al.t, OltDICKS.
W. S. GFfelF,
No. 132 S. Third Street.
WHEN YOU DRINK
You enn llud it at
Telephone No. 371
DEINK THE BEST
Where vvokeep tho finest of
Whiskies, Wines, Beer, Cigars, etc
RESTAURANT OPEN AT ALL HOURS.
Cor, Court an I Market
Iss. Maty B. E, Greif &Co
AGENTS V, .
KAILKOAD TIMK TAJJLKS.
, .. 7 ion rn
Hollow llock J nnct
l-o i Id it ton .... .
Ar. Jnckmn .,
I, v. J irkwin ,
Ar MemphU ....
10 1 m
II Mi "
,. I Ui p in
1 oi p III
..9 (Op m
Lv. Chittanooga MOara
Memphla ,, ,. 1 .Ha m
J tck.on , , , 3 10 1) m
Ar ., i iopm
Lv, . tiopm
Kollow ltork Juuct Slpin
Palucah . ... 9 IS pin
lauti, Ui JtckHnnvlile u
In conilcctlou tt Ihjjui.,
ille ri aMrnrTrrrn t or
Uous for prim Ipal points
IV n in. ii
. J . i pm
. I Wp m,
7. IS p u
S 0 i ill,
N K 1 III.
PI It a 111
I !t I in
I- Aip li,
120 1 li 111
SOI'TII and WEST.
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis
A . p m
7 '. n m
s ju a m
9 him in
3.3 a in
s ai pm
8 .to pm
5 io Am
Ihroinh triln and car service between
and Jackeon, Memphis, Nashville aod
Chattanootti, Tenn 1 1. connection for A.
... l . :
uu iin aouin'
east, and to ArMinau. Texas uml nit
1-or luither 1 Inform ttion call nn
d r A
i. Tf.mn!.' tkmk it
ninlotf fl l ni.,1 'P A K,. .... ... u 1 "
I T iKnorw, ,,.,. and I' V p'.'mVr ffiSt'
Padncah Kr . E. S. llurnham depot tlckel
Kent, I'aducah, Ky
ILLINOIS CENTHAL KAILI.OAI)
UnisvtLr.r asd uemimiis niviio.ss
NOKTII IIOl'WD 0 0 2 4 Sa 2i!
urleans 7 2iSpm 8 no am . ...
, f'entral City
Ar Louisville ..
1 uo pm
s iv pm
s M 1 m
r m 1 m
& S pm
04 j am
Sodtii Iloumi .SoSOl
l.v Cincinnati UJupm
Vr 1'aducab ...
Lv I'.iducati .,
Vr Kulioc ... , ,
LvPultou . .
Vr Mmplils. .
Ail trains nu nallv
12 J) pm
2 (ft pm
s ix 1 III
i r m
3 8 am
4 m am
4 iu am
7 us pm
10 11 pm
1 H am
1 1 am
3 IU am
3 20 am
7 m am
7 10 am
H Hi am
9 37 am
10 Ki am
8 05 111
1 an pm
2 is pm
0 15 1 m
and 201 carry I'tillman buffet sleeping
.rsand free recllnlnu' chair cirs l twen
1 tl and New Orleans.
sosjMlint SHruusold beu . neitl
in Ne o leins, carrying 1 11 I .... i.uBet,
li ilu JUI carries I'iducah I ntiWII
'mi ' '''' llu ia unln depot .11 V p m
IMr,s 1 for ail
Imjin - i, Hrtt,
.nil 1 ud soutb 'llckel onices, llni..lMay
inder tLe I'almer, and at tlie union depot.
ST LObiS DltlStO.f.
Noicrii HOiNii. ai"
..-ate 1'aducab 12 10 pm.
trrive Metropolis i ,m ', m;
l.ruuoiir 1 i j, m
....Miri ,ij , ... i II JI ID,
-- .1 1 fli
" bt. Loul
r,avet!i. Loil . ..,
" 1. 1 l. si I.iuH
'o in p n
I p 111
s C4 pm
s is pm
II 01 pm
Marion . mam
" I'arker f'ltv .. .1 n . ...
" Metropolis :,0iio, IIJiui
rrlve I'aducan 2 10pm, 7 10am
blopfor meals-All iralua run dally.
T hit Is the jsipul ir line tost. u.uU and
7hlcaKo ard ail imiIuIs uo Hi and wi si.
IralnleavlnK dtlly .tt 15 p m
ns tbrounb t'ullmin I'iisim bleeplni! an!
PirlorCarfor hi Uniu Uoiible berlh rales,
I rm. cbalr rates, 7Vreuis
For fiirtbir Inf ruiillon. rt nervations,
dckits, etc, callonoi dremj r. Donovan,
J. I' A , I'almer lion--, or A II.
Jauson, Oener I K.s.iemrer Afeni Cblcairi.
Has Thronfi 1'asseiiger Trains and
Fast ElUcient Double Daily Service
front Cincinnati and I.onlsv lie to
MEMPHIS ANO NEW ORLEANS
.10.', H to Lou If
ui nil n i lose
In Us ohii and tonnectlnx nines. Including
Virk'.buri? and Jukson, Ml- , liston Itotike
ma .sail neit, i a I.IIIIh and Mot
Ark . Waco Tort tVortli, Uitlas, IIoutou and
sail Aniotilo. T x., and pyi.Uin the i.icinc
Co ist lv also has tbrouip astenifer Iralm
ind fast clllil tit doiib rf dally service Iriini
it" Orltaui, Jacks n, Aleiupbls and rsilnta
south and ; West oj ltyouu and
CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
making direct coiiecilons tt lib through tialu
for ail )K)lnis
NOirni ami EAST
Including M. .ouls, Chicago, llurralo,
i letilaiJ .Sett ork,
Solid ViLtibulo Train'. Through
i'ullinanVliuffct b!e iiiiir Cars.
!' Chair Cars
rartlciilars of your local i ill
S 11. Hatch, Dlv. Pass. A
J. no A StOTT Ulv, I'as
A.U.Uavsos, f.r.A. W.A.
Tennessee Central an i
old ticket agt
i , Memphis.
THROUGH CAR ROUTE.
n?VNHssI l KfNTCCKV C.I OKGIA.
AI.VIIVMV. IIJOKIDV MIRlll CAKOI.INA,
hill Til CVKUI.IN, VIKOIMA,
VV.VSItlM.lSjS L1T llI,TIMOKr.
I'llII.MIlir.VUU AM) NI'.VOKK.
THROUGH lioth v 1 1 ill tvituu o Uuik
Koitk and lbi i Krsiis
SERVICE Koltk between NAMiVI ir,
and mkki'iK ton
IIKkANs.VU. 'lhXAs,an.l vn riltKsl
PULLMAN Itetvtten inut'iiisiuil Nash
PALACF VIIIKon M.ln Iralus. lie.
It.MlVt U I K. A Kill:
ill ik, VV asiiiston. Haiti.
Udlll I ulld NnW
lOrK. 1IIMIII1 ,N IblltlllU M Jacksoiitlde.
Kluriilo d.iih jiir imiud ii i hittimsiiri.
Ml mt. i .Mai ou and '1 Iflou. 1tturnlon lk..ui
in s ilniiuNtik' !' i.oii
On Site at Keilurvd It leytroiii all point, i n
iS.ii iiuo and luiimttlc lo Nahtllli) aid
stfiuriiuiiriiii; iiieioiiiiuTiiiiivoi me 'I
ii uieul il an i lutirjuilou tl Kzmisliloii.
prjir further mfonfW in c tit uiuu llcn.t
.1. ltllt IIP .LllllrH44.
R. C. COVARDIN.
,' Western Pass Ant..
403 Ry lUcljniise llldg , bT. bout, Mf
A. J. WELCH,
Divliiou 1'ais At , Mfui his, Ti
W. L. DANLCY,
Cen'l Pan and Tkt , At . Msiu itLH, Tukk.
Missouri Pacific Railway
The dreat Through
In vANsAS rrv mt mt
O.VKVIIA, l v in niNvvi'!
TRY THPHEW FAST TRW .
KANSAS AND NEBRASKA Ll M
Iron Mountain fi ute.
Tho most direct lino via AlcmnhU to
all tioints in
free licclining ChfAru on All Trains.
I'UROL'UII COACIltSJ MEMl'II i 10
D.VLLVS AND lIlT WOUIII.
For in iim, r Hi s. tree OOR.S
kansaa,ud all U intern butts,
on T t i. Ar
Infortiutluu, lull oa your locil II M awei t '
or write j
U. T. a. .MA'ITIinWSJS.T.A.
II. CTOWNllND, Ji. Ctl'.A.
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