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DRVIh C. EUBANKS,
i a A tan at. 1 m4i IlllM
Ilr.ldcuce, IHU Jetlcr.oii Kt. Telephone. 119
Hours IMO, I J, 7-H
120 tf. Forrf Hi, Room No. 2.
Will nractlrin nil the, courts ot the state
Collection of claims liriiiiil'ly attended to.
I0U& jANDilGff PAINTER,
ULAMr.il AMI llAllllWOOII FlNrHIIKU'
.Residence K: H Hl, I'AliltlAII, Kt
B.U. Harris. T, L. rice
ttorneyaXat - Law,
13f S. Fourth Upstair.
Stenographer In Office.
Bailee andyjiMfWE Wagons
Olllco nt WillettH Livery Stable.
yVtJndcrtakM' and cirfualmcrs.
Awiore rKeai.ncT.leibXLtefS) Telephone. M 1 30 c 'Pl.t....
R. M. McCUNE,
Ornaraeiftal olffll KStfTTBrt
Wrtii PAOucAturcLE WORKS,
12G nnd 128 N. .'.tli St.
C. A. ISBELL. M, D.
WTicc 502 1-2 Seventh St.
VU'dlttetlCO i'.M S. SiX I
Ofllco ilairfn 7.30 to t) n, m . 1:30 to 3
p. In , (1 to H p. m.
ST. JAMES HOTEL
Ratef$2.od Por Day.
f Awnm and Breakfast, SLQO.
( European Plan, SI QOTcr Day.
(JOOU ROOMS. jT (ion!) mi-i ij.
Wtf n Jull Vl.ll SI X'Um 1 1 .1
ST. JAMES HOTEL
Rireel ears direct l. . Il.tel
D. f Jcrrr, V O, II p Williams. m i
PhjSicianS and Surgeons
.. 1 lo 3 1 Tn,
Office, No. US; llroadwny.
TKt.ifim.Nr. 2 til
A. S. DABNE Y,
J, W. Moore J
Staple and Fancvfoceries,
Canned GoodsSlAII Kind?.
Free" delivery to all parts of the eitv.
Cor. 7th ami Adam?.
All klniUrof 1 JiH:rfcction in
a hornc's trvel corrected.
I Do( Repair WorLeffvery Kind,
Always on hand ready for work
J. S. GANSTER,
Solicitor of Pension Claims.
Veteran of fonr""Yparfl In the wnr of
, S 18U1 5.
rrosocuUb claim b;foro tho IJurenu
y' of Pensions. r
haj&M'T; widow of nolilltir's, ol tho tr of
Ifcinfe, Urxlcmi Yr mrv I'cnsiun Ailnl
Julr. Iivi, nt I'jThi'tn l'roniit unit
thorough Ui'iillo6 Klwfl loreJrcllfhriani
1 nlons droMX'd fmi thn rolls, or sny liunl
lifos which Ihpy dexlre tranaarlnl at thu.Na
tlonl capllI should wrlto iuo or utvomca
lly Tlrt ot tli' vrirt'tStnus of.aii ordliunce
ol rihnOoiiiinonConiicllof tin" Uyi f I'adiliuli,
nminiTfid Mirrh ttiBirTrrifr Cl.llllcil 'An
)rdlnnKrauHnTtlie rlulit y tu , llirlr
reorciirnUHTfii and ascljnyio Uy, oixralp
uud inartilKln a sysirin of un' uml ni'irss.iry
auiillaDns Ihrrctoln Oil' tiirrlt, avi lines, ijl
leyi and public jilacps lirllm Clij of
for conteylnK dram jft lirat to (ulv.iln run
iuraw.Illl ontlml.dayc.f April. IsWIu
front of thrHyliilWIln,l,a.liirah bo
Ud the hourof II n-l '"". I,M'.U ,'l'i '". '
offer at tiutitfo
tho blnUMt blAjrftMraiicUWi iliwrlUsI In
tho aforesaid entltltsl onlln.iK'i'. Any and all
blda the City Council roaerys thn rlultl to tic
cen' or reject, v
Maror'of thol'lty of I aUuciih.
llrrlrtua ol an oidlnanni of lli.i r iiunon
Ci'uiimiiI tho City of f'dnch ny; I on
ihnuih iiay oi warrM, iwi, ni.i ', A
ih.?,.i' ..efiiherluht to a frv.. HI i h ive
and oi"'rate a iret ear lint ti irlflli
J.reet III Ilia COf Of IWIIH ,.l llllo u 1 -at a
Jtreeton ,irt the V i.ii.i
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nf !" lOlWiliyif NI7,
r. ninfth elly Iisll.wfl 'In ' n I01ll,
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ter at public saw lr hi
i., i.iMir lhefcaticUn
..n iltl.it orMnSTir
riivi nun tlrrm i ir r
J TMs MarcU ID. W7 y Yl.lSIIIt.
Mu)vf o( lb Our ot i'aUiKnli,
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Wn TTEH AT R4NDDM.
Tlicro was quite a crowd nt tho
Palmer Ilouso lobby my lit before
last, (Iroupcd about one pot were
several young men, who were
talking, Binoklng mid having nn
nil-round good time, finally one
steadied himself, readied back and
drew n plitol from his pocket. lie
pinned it around, let tlictn nil inspect
it, and then jocularly remarked that
he guessed lie would have to
pan n It to get n cigar, or something
to that effect, lie then replaced
it in hU pocket, but not a few had
noticed the occurrence.
Prcently n young local spoil, no
doubt imbued with tbu Importance of
the occasion, walked up and gently
touched tbu young man with the gun
on the shoulder.
"Hay, my friend," lie nld, "you'd
hitter Kiep that gun hid This town
is full of 'eop,' mid if they pinch
you it'll be $25 and ten days In Jail,
and no getting out of It."
The joung man with Iho "gun"
(Imply smiled, lie wni a deputy
I 'iiitctl Slates marshal.
Parents cannot bo too earful, in the
selection of those in whine chargo
they entrust their small children.
Scarcely a day passes that a street
car, wagon or bicycle docs no'
uarionly miss running over tome
tiaby tint has been sent out in uhargu
if some careless servant or nurse. A
urge majority of servants, and this
means n great in.inyire not the prop-
r p.'rsmis to have in their care
bmlv's child or children. They arc
is n ru i careless, thoughtless, Indifferent,
and many times very
of having anything to do with
' Many of them start out to
walk or tide a child, and Invariably
wind up In some die, or els meet
mine of their "gentlemen" friends
and until the latter leave pay little or
no Munition to the children, who
inht have been killed or maimed
for life a dozen times In the meantime,
I iy an accident resulting from
the nurse's carelossncs. (5 real care
should be exercised in leaving
lien with an) one The attention of
the writer was called to this subject
esterday by n gentleman whose
'hi d came near being killed a few-while
l.is ago with a negligent
Cairo is cry liiuli and dry and
free from dangei nil! Here is nu
example of wlml iiitt) lie seen most
.my day in some of ihe .rtiicinal
thurtiuithfaruj, as told by the Argus:
"There were sights on Kightli street
tictftccn the nveiuie yesterday
Men in skiffs were paddling along the
gutters. At on- point a fish pule
vas hanging out from the walk with
tine, h ok and bub attached.
a pcrtou passing would pull
up the line ami suih were
lewarded by finding a lish on the
hook. A dried red herring as
to it. Sonic very small boys
were fishing after school hours with
pin hooks and worms, they seeing no
reason why fish might not be caught
there as well as in the river."
The executive committee of the
ICentiieky l'ress Association will meet
in a few la)s to select a dale fir the
next meeting of the organization, according
to tiie Ilopkiusville "New
hru It will lie nbout tho middle
of June. The press boys willeather
hi .Middlcshoio this year, and will
have cue of their best attended and
lost eiijo) able meetings. After the
business of the "gang" is disposed
of, mid the ball and banquet are
the will move on
o Nashville, where the Centennial
will be enjoyed for at least
three days. This promises to be
one of the most pleasing Junkets the is
liovs ban' ever taken, and they are
already taking ads. to be paid for in
"lnled shiits and standing collars,"
.hich will be worn on this state occasion.
Dr. .Max Colin, a young man 33
ears of age, came into the city
ifoot esterday from Fulton. His
money there gave out, and having
recommendations to Dubois & Co.
here he was constrained to proceed
Dr. Cohu is of
oxtriKti' 1 and had his nativity in
llavaria, ncrniany. His father was
an illeer in the French army, and is
now dead. The young man has a
pathetic history, which will in a few-weeks
be fully recounted in 11 publi
cation at Philadelphia, written by the
oung man himself. He was until
a lew unci inoniiis ago 11 prisoner in
the quieksiher mines of Siberia, exiled
and immured by worthless Utis-din
oIllciaN, who hastened him
tway without allowing ' him
dine even to apprise his
father of his dreadful fate.
He was attending n medical
at Kicff, HusMa, jh 188.ri when
he joined a nihilist order mining some
of tlie students. They were
betrayed by some of their own
members, who thoughtlessly confided
in his father, 11 priest.
The young men were preparing to
go to the I'aris exposition, but instead
was spirited away, together
with twenty-one of his companions,
to Moscow, where, after waiting for
several weeks, they weie exiled without
trial and started out for Sibeiia
on a journey that consumed three
months and fifteen dayn. The treatment
they leceived at the hands of
t'.ie Cossacks balllcs description.
'lhey were icquired to wnlk
eighteen miles each day
heavily shackled und manacled, and
tho women, 11111113' of whom were
young nnd beautiful, were beaten
mid subjected to all sorts of humiliation
mid torture. After arriving at
the prnoii and quicksilver mines,
w hcio there were at this one lioiut
alone nearly 1,000 piisonew, theyfj'y,1 t
worn nut til ivnrk. Tlinnvnrnnii tnm.S'O C
1 -" .v...-
perature is Ifi degrees (Fahenheit)
below zero, mid there jtwas never ti
lire in the prison. Tho'uiifortunates
were provided with no shoes, but
preserved their pedal extrcini'ies by
wrapping them in blankets.
They were allowed as food nbout
u pound of hard bread thrco times u
day, accompanied liy tlircd glasses of I VHY
tea, which wds to keep them warm.)
Sunday they were given otic
quarter of a pound of
meat, and Iwlco ti week
were supplied with n thin ryhip.
Sometimes a fluid drawn from Oat
meal was tendered them, but the inhuman
soldiers fits', took all tho
"incnl" out of it.
For C years nnd over the handsome
young doctor did not sec tho sun nor
hear a woman's voice. lie was compelled
to work from G n. m. until 6
p. in , and tho least tendency towards
defianco was punished in n re
volting manner. Ho often worked
when practically unconscious from
cold and the pain of punishment.
The pour wreches, dominated and tic-based
by the cruel officer, wcro expected
to keep warm during tho day
by Incessant work, nnd at nlglP. had
sulllcicnt cover to obrinte the cxtlnc
tlon cf life. They ne:o never
allowed to speak. except
when questioned by n soldier.
For six years tlio ellnihs riild
w igbts wcte never reihoved from
the young man except nt night, when
the lock on the fetter was taken from
his wrist and he was chained to the
Finally he was asked n rjuestion
by the "governor," who perceived
that his Uussian was defective. Inquiry
elicited tho fact that he was
IJcrinan, ami tho "governor" being
of that nationality himself communi
cated with the German consul, nnd
the latter secured his release. He
wns taken to St. Petersburg and
to sign papers agreeing that
if found within the boundary ol Kus-sin
Inside of forty-eight hours he
would become a subject of the Czar,
and mi thing coul.l be done with
him. The Oerinnn consul gave hltn
iuu roumes, ami with these he was
able to cross the border into Germany.
He was compelled to show his
passports, and in each city was allotted
a few hours In which to leave.
the police in Germany, as well as
Hussta, according to tho Doctor,
being distrustful of nn exiled nihilist,
lie went to llerlin nnd called upon
a former friend. He was not recognized
in his prison attiro, which he
had not had time to ohinge, his long,
unkempt beard nlso contributing to
his disguie, nnd the police were
called, but before they arrived the
tloctor discovered his identity and
conceded him. It happened by a
strange coincidences that Dr. Cohn's
sister was at the lime a guest at the
same house, although she did not live
in Merlin. He rushed up nnd altera
few moments succeeded in convincing
her who he was. He then learned
for the first time that his father was
He was driven from one city to
another and required to leave the
He would have been a rich man
had the Htissian government not confiscated
Ins stare of his father's estate.
He left Germany and arrived in
America a few months ago. He has
been to Greenville, Miss., and there
met an erstwhile friend who provided
htm with recommendations. He
reached Fulton but there his money
gave out. He walked to Faducah
but did not succeed In finding work.
He desires a position as pharmacist
in some drug storo until he becomes
more conversant with Knglish ways
Dr. Colin still bears the
phsieal marks of his horrible
experience in Siberin,
and has never regained the forty-five
pounds he lost while in prison.
The frightful features of Siberin
prison life can not be exaggerated, he
says, and there nrc today thousands
nnd millions of people there, being
treated worse than brutes.
He likes America and has been
here long enough to ascertain that it
the greatest country in the world.
The press in Kurope, he stated to tho
writer last night, is the sixth in
power, but in America the press it
the first power.
As soon as he hns been here long
enough to be naturalized he intends
to go back to fight against the KiinJ
siau beasts who have for years oppressed
(;atiii:ki:d on the i.evf.i:
lluslncss much improved on the
levee this morning.
Tho Dick Fowler left for Cairo at
8:30 this morning.
The Joe Fowler was the Evansville
packet this morning at 10 o'clock.
The City of Paducah is duo here
tomorrow from St. Louis en route
up the Tcnuessce river.
Tho towbo.it Kenton arrived here
yesterday from Nashville to be tnkcu
out on tho docks for repairs.
Tho transfer steamer II. S. Me-Comb
wns inspected this morning,
.dm leaves for Cape Girardeau tomorrow
morning nt 0 o'clock.
The Clyde arrived out of tho Tennessee
river this morning and leaves
on her return to Florence Saturday
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The Ashland City somewhat late
arrived out of the Tennessee- river
this morning nt 3 o'clock and left on
her return to Danville at 10 a. m.
with a fair trip.
l'lie river is again rising here nt
this point. The rise yesterday Is
amounted to nbout 2 tenths and it
nlso rose nbout the same last night,
making a rise of nbout four tenths
since yesterday morning. ns
l7(i S ) lfl'JG
TwenlJMhreo years spent iu tho
fltudyyfif medicine nnd pharmacy
the inosl pnlntabjcjuid effect-
i ill and l'lsvcr Cnfe. on the face.
of the globe Dxv'&cndcnliall's
Chill nnd fever Cure. Price ty
flU cents. Sold by-
Do Hois St Co.
HkSkoiy Stove Woptfrj
Firfiico stovo wood lefephyiio 29.
Ohio Rivku Sokk aniRim Co.
THE JURY DISAGREED.
II Una IMuinTlmt Uir .Meml.em Meant
In llehi tlir t'onrl,
The bury 111 Iho mm of Run Dot In,
clinrfreil with kllllnp Prfo Skbmer, hnd
txen out nearly three hours wrangllnif
and mnMnir a K'eftt ilenl of noise, unit
thn Jtidfrc, who had been juiflng up anil
down and muttering to himself for the;
Inst hour, finslljr rent for thf.m to tomo
hack Into the courtroom.
"Look fryvr. Hill," he wild to the foreman
of the Jury ns tlicy limped In, tholfc
appearance allowing every evidence of
everal free-for-all fights In tho Jury-room,
"or yo' fellers goln' to nrgrr in
thnr much longer?"
"lfnnl to tell, JcdrT." replied the
as he tried to stop t ho flow of blood
from Ida nose.
"Seems to thin court," continued the
Jmlrre, "thrt yo' nil must be u inuwl of
thnt yo' can't ngrcc In sleh n plain
cruse na this."
"Iteckon we In', Jede."
"Waal, I'm Jmt jrlttln' dog tired of
It. Bhtick me, If 1 aln'tl Jlev yo'
critters bin pnyln' attcnHhiin to the evidence
on both aldra?"
"Yes, Jedgei, we her."
"Wns thnr nny evlde.noe, on tho prisoner's
purl to show that ho shot ncl
"Not a bit."
"Didn't, ll nil show thet ho did ii
"Didn't he practically admit Ida guilt
"Yep, I reckon Iwdltl tJict."
"And, furthermore, when I ehnrfred
yi' didn't I nsl: n a speshtial favor to mo
to hurry up, ns I'm powerful anxlotiatd
sec thet dnwfr fiRht over nt It'nr Creek
nt right o'clock?"
"Yes, Jcdffe," aiifcw crest the foreman,
"but wo pot to nrRwiii' about the
of prlsoncrr's ahootln iron nnd
his hose, nn' then come oi tho fellers
brln to ncrni "
"Waal, I'll bcelinwcd up by n grizzly
b'arl" exclaimed tho judge, n be
ahipped IiIh leg mill Jumped a foot high.
"HI11 nrgerln' nnd tlphtln' nil this time
'bout the prisoner' boss nnd guns, eh?
Waul, Jvat let trie tell jo' nil thet the
runs nrt In my do., and thehonslssnfe
In 111 v slnbte, nnd yo' Jceit git back In
tliei joory hiont nnd bring In your rer
tllcii If I nny more 'hout them
guni ami thet law jo'll nil git fiiiod $100
liplrsn fur tryln to heat this eotirtl"
The Jury limped out mid back ngnlu
In a minute with n verdict of "guilty,"
nnd three minute. Inter, with the judge
leading, they here on the run for IPnr
Creek and the dog fight.- N. V. World.
tier of r)r'n for
A waist of lilnek erepe de chine Is
mnde up with crepon nnd
pink HliUms. The hotly Is fitted nt
the hlilew und back Rnd tery full and
drooping In the front, which Is
of the plul crcoii shirred
ortsr the black goods. The collar Is of
pink, olowly tihlrrrd, und MihhIk well
lip urotiud tliriKit, The chotilder
rulllc arc of pink, lined with black.
A phiin ii tnl simple hat Is of black felt
In sailor idrnpe. The brim is rolled up
ut one side of the back, and n Inrge
Windmill bow of tcry VItl civet ribbon
Is placed ngnluit the tumid-tip
Jiortlnn. Over Ibe back of the crovvii
r a tTimmlng of loops, rude;
nnd jioluts, of telret In jellow and
Uack. A roll of telvct Is laid loosely
around the cniniii
It Is said that rtivset und tan tJiocti
Will not lw fiushlonnblc during the
coming atiinmer. 'Hils, howetcr, is
quite unlikely, litset fJioes are very
cool nnd comfortable, nnd those wlio
like them t ill not willingly gltc them
1, whnteter the whims.of fnhhlon.
Illock eatln 1kh1Ici nrc embroidered
In silver. The. hnir If. drrM.cd very high
on thn head, with n cn largt' numtiei
of pufts, looim and The one
marked otnt hi Is the
unircrsnl of wac and rippltw at
the tddes of thhetid,
OretMi nnd white Is a popUlur combination.
A wnUt of green corduroy
nnd white hns much admired.
Tire Ihmiv, and sliwn nrc of conluroy.
T)io front, n terj' wide collar, nnd the
shoulder rtifllea pre of salln, nil llncnl
with conhiroy. .V. Y. Ledger.
To Slrrloli n Clmr,
How very pnnoklrg when i glove
Jibs jwrfeclly saic Iu one phiee, where It
Is loo tight. A rcmctly lies in a simple
plan used by Trench women, who nearly
always buy their glocs n number
pinaller than they wear and stretch
them to a perfect fit. Wring out n towel
or bnndkerehlef, ftesh from Its drawer,
In clean water. liy the glove between
the folds of linen until the rJkln Is
thoroughly damp through then
stretch on a If the
glove Is too smnll all of It should
be wet, but If It Is trb tight only 111
certain plsce, the writt or the
finger, then the wrist or fingers only
should be dnnijiencd, the rest of tho
skin left dry. This process will not Injure
Ihe moat delleatofJiade of color In
l.ld or siieilci gloses. The only
needed Is to he sure the hniuls of
the operalor and tlmwntor
clean, then Inicndcr, grot,
erenm mid even white gloies may be
co treated with Impunity. Philadelphia
A lloilel Sneeplmt Cap.
A that Is it model of Its
k!ml hns n deep eupe attached which
milioiii iiuort Hie cuiii, u vimir pil'l'y
erodes the face Just below the eye
bnttontng nt tho unattached side, tlw'v
to prevent the dust from entcrlliR
mouth and noMrils. Such a cap is
by noat houscktpers for tlie'l
maids' use ns well as for their own
handling of the broom. Of the
two the maid needs It the more, slnei
htrduMy hnir uml akin nrc notllkcly tr
be so quickly remedied ns In the cne ol
the mistress, n point hoiiFckeepen
often forget or Ignore, In falling to provide
nil pnvslblo nlds to clcanllncsa In
h housework. X. Y. Tost.
WORK OF THE PRESIDENT.
Drnilcer) of the Chief Hirciitlte of
A president who should not carry
Into the white houe n relish
liuslncss luibltH of the nicest dl-crimination,
and a constitution of Iron,
would be president only In name, cen
ns rcgardh his mom Important duties.
Ills furniture on the papers which he
told will not otherwise be legal might
be ns good ns the custodinn of his bank
account, winihl require, but within tho
meaning of the law It would be as often
not n moral forgery. Yet no complaint
should be offered on this neeount.
Presidents are mado for better or for
worre. Such as they aro In natural
faculties and strength, so they must
servo some of them leaning on ofllelnl
ndvlserRnndburenuerntleclcrks in every
.kiep they take; and some of them putting
the stamp of thclrown Individuali
on thn papers nnd acts which miiko t
up nn iiiiiniuiHiriiiion.
When a president-elect, facing the
chief Justice, has repeated the constitutional
oath: "I do solemnly swear htat I
will faithfully execute the office of
president of thq PnltedStntes, nnd will,
to tho best of rny ability, preserve,
and djefoiyd fha conaitutIoa of .tho
Evansville, Paducah and Cairo Packet
1 Owned and Operated by th
Tennessee and Ohio Hivcr Transpor
KvanavlllB and I adiir ah I'ncketa (Dally ecep
Sirs. JOE roVI.UIt and JOHN S. HOPKINS
Leave l'adiican atO Wo clock a. fa.
faducah and Cairo Packet Line (Dally cicfcpt
.Steanur mi u rOWMIll,
l'.ducah at s a. in.
J II l'OWI.KIt. Supt.
Memphis, Jew Orleans I Cincinnati
Slesmers I 'are Cincinnati for Mnmphli
every Wnl nenlay 'an I eaturdav at 5 o'clock p,
in.. na.H.iiiu l'.idurnh inr ry Tuesday and hat
urday Leave .t. niphla for Cincinnati every
Tllesilar and I Tlll.rv rrmlm' I'mlnrnh .wrr
hurnduy and Sunday I.aveClnclnn.itl for
New Orleans eicry '1 hur.liy. piselnit fadu
cah . erervsnndav !.-.. ..
J il It. W WIBK,
Agent, fadlican, Ky; 1 Surt.ilnclnuatl.
Illlnband Slf.et I hurch"
n in. iieachlni;!! a, m and
7pm llev C M. I'almer, pastor.
I'urks Cliaiel, 7t i nnd Ohio (VethodNl) Sun
day school S a m. fir.ichlinf II a in and s p.
m. Khv. i:. s, Iiurlis past r
WaaelDRton btris't HaptUt Church. Sunday
wIiimiI Ham l'reachl H S p m Uiv. Urv.
V. Oupce, piator.
Seventh istreet llaptlsl Church. Sunday
school 9 n m. l'K'ichlmx, II a, in. and 8 p. in.
Itev. W, b. Uiker,
St Caul A. M K. church Sunday school 0 a
m., priachlni; II u m 7 3)p in., Itcv. J. (1.
M. James A M. P. church, 10th A Trimble
atrteta Sunday school nt 2 pin., l're.ictitOK 3
pin., ItevJ O. Mauford pastor.
Trimble Street ChrUllin church-Sunday
achool. 0.H a. in . preaching, II am and.:
o rn., inajrcr services Wednesday evnMwi. 7i
3D: Sunday school teachers' meetini; Thursday
venlnirs. 7 30 All are corldially Invited. H.
II. Colter, paslor
Masonic Hall !S!3 froadway, Third Floor.
tit McOreuor IiJkh No 29 Meew every Urot
Thursday evening 111 each month
Mt Zlon LislRe No C Meets every first
Wednesday eteuliii: Iu each month.
Suiauiuh court No 2, Meets every
tdurlh Vonday In each month.
Htone s.piarc fte No. every s-
couu .mdiiu.i) in ricn inunin
Odd fellows Hall, a e corner 7th ft Ad una,
Houvhold of Iluih. No. 41 Meets first and
third rVlday evenlnij iu 1 acb month at Colored
Odd fellows Ha I.
faducah Lodne No IjIS Meets every Ural
andihlrd .Mnndiy In each mouth at Colored
faducah f.lrlarchs No 79.0 tj 0 O F
ncond Krliliy etrnliin In each
linntbat Colored Old ft Hows' Hall
fast Ormd Master's Council
every fourth I'rIJay evenlniilntach month at
Colored OJJ fellows' Hal .
Western Kentucky Lodire No. 2S.1I Meets
every second and futirth I neiday evening Iu
each mouth at l olorrd OJJ 1'elloMs' Hall.
Younc Men's I'rlde Io.lce No. IT83 Meets
eleiy fecond and fourti Wednesday evening
at Hall oyer No. 22J llrotdway.
St Paul I,oUm No 05 Meets every second
and fourth Mnkdnj evening in each month .it
nSlstera if the rious Ten, St No
,' .Meets Ihe Ural Tu sday In each niOLth at
(loId;n Itule Temple-Meets second Thurs-d
iy In each month, at 131 llroadway.
333 U. K. T. 777.
Ceremonial Templu No I Meets first and
third Tueday night In each month.
Go'den Utile Tabernacle, No. t meets tlrst
and third Wedne'day ulgbta in evtry mouth.
Queen Jurat Tabernacle No 30 Meets
ami toiirlh Mouday nights In each month.
MadallneTibermcle. No 2 Meets tlrst and
third Thursday nluliis In each mouth.
Lily of the Weal Tabernacle, No. 05, Meets
second and fourth Thursday nights in each
Pride of faducah Tent. No. 5. Meet first
Baturdayatiernoou tn each mouth.
Star of faducah Tent Meets cecond Saturday
l 01 in ram uiuuiui ib
Lily of the Wet Tout, Meets third Saturday
pm in each month
(rand Army of the Itepubllc meets hecond
and fourth TUisday nights In each montii In
U. K. T. Halloier Mariln.s birberebop.
Owing to the bad weather of last
night the meeting of Lilly of the West
Tabernacle, No. till, was postponed
until nest Tuesday night, April Kt.
All aic requested to attend, as
for the ensuing year will be
The members of Husbands street
church met Wednesday nighi at the
icsidence of W. M. Moore, 728
Tennessee street, and organized
Little Ike Club No. 2. W. M.'
Moore nas elected President, afitl
Mnry Webb Secretary. A large
crotul was prcseut and after the
meeting they adjourned
to meet nt llccky Webb's, on South
Tenth street, mxt Tuesday night.
yfll soon be lireTwd
dies .siipuui look laeiryueM,
Mfs J. B. Ivftrflwcathei
Fashionable Dressmaker 1222.
Harrison street, and she will
do the rest.
W, Ml NELSON
)rtlco 7W Warlilnclintdnet.
1 1129 Ilarrriin,
Olllce Hours S to 10 .1. HI , iu nnd
7 lo V p. in.
riiltod State"," hilui In hntiuctl hll'r
self for four years of the heat -est
that cer felt to the lot of anf
mortal, lly comparison the "hired
man" tnlked'about In the lnt canvass
Mould lend n pampered existence, nnd a
enustltiitlonai monarch Is a mnn of
leisure. A proildent equal to his nnth
Is lmth king and premier', he reigns and
he rules; he Is bowed down by the
ci own of authority and Iseneompasred
by the mantle of care. O. C. Huel, In
Cnlinri Women I'ntrlols,
The women of the better elaffes in
Cul nre miu h more nrtl ml In their
f.vmpathy tilth the revolution than the
men, anil I am lohl by ngcetleman win
hns recently spent weeks Iu
llatiiua that there Is a Ciibfn
uoiiKin who l not kerlotisly eontrll
to the success of the ciium', although
her hiislxind mny lie
supposing 'be r!)aiiUli ntil Ii
tie. Mi'.ny .iiung men have been
linen Into the liiMiiyotit ranks by thell
artiters and sweetheart, it la n common
for an young
man to reeelte a woman''i ehcinlsc with
a sin'istie note having: "You bhoiild
wntir th's n. h''" .it you remain at
hone ii fi 1 tight far Cuba
Paducah Electric Co.
R. Rowland, Trcas,
M. Dloom, Pros.
You-din turn your HifhU.on nny
give continuous service daytinil night. We don't use trolley wire currents
for lighting. It's dangerous. Our
Over 10 lights to,26 lights, 3Gc
Over 23 lights to 60 lights, 35c
These low rr.tes (or Uiotlrs'
inn oi succeeding montii.
PADUCAH CYCLE WORKS.
si ' Vff .JLlijp
Agent for Odell Typewriter, Price 820.00. Suitable, for Ministers, Doctors,
Lawyers, Tcnchcrs, and in reach of nil.
The Only Exclusive llicytle House in the City. Riding School free
to nil buying wheels from us. WE invito you to cnll and see OUR
WHEELS and get Bottom Prices on same.
J. B. FUItYEAK, Manager.
F. J. BERGDOLL,
Paduitah - Bottling
f I '
. a , s.
LUUId U btK mLUHt Ut
Inkegs nnd bottles. jS
Also vnrious tcnperancotlrinks Soda Pop, Seltzer Water, Orange
Cider, dinger Alette. ' . S
Telepliom orders nlifl until 11 o'clock at night during week and 12 o'clock
Saturday nights -""
10th nnd Madison Streets. PADUCAII.'KT.
The place to get the best
THE SEST PIANO
that is llaiifllcd in this country & piano that vvillmf you a lifetime.
We in eatj list what we hay. AVe give you the best guarantee that is
given on a piano. All jjoodS sold on easy payments. Old pianos and
organs taken in exchaiigT" Howard Bros., salesmen lor Harding &
Miller, Kvaiisville. Quick sales and small profits our motto.
FINE DRIVERS AND SADDLE HORSES.
Elegarif Carriages and -Turnouts
Livery, Feed and
Gor, Thiid and
Wall Paner M
IN,;rHE LATESTPA I 1 hbjlNS.
PROM'T ATElSTlON given '
No. 102 S. Third Street.
WHEN YOU DRINK
Whiskies, Wines, Beer, Cigars, etc
RESTAURANT OPEN AT ALL HOURS,
- SELLS- i.
Cor, Court and Market
E. Greif & Co.
Give him a call.
Miss. Mary B.
F. M. FisiiKn, Sec.
N. SKCOND ST.
time whenever you need them. Wc
per light per month.
per light.pcr month.
service apply vfhen bill is paid before
A. C. EINSTEIN,
Vice Prcst. and Mgi.
126vandJL2&North Fifth Street,
Near Paljjeii House.
High Grade Bicycles
and Bicycle Sundries
. .!m. . r. . .
PIANO for the least money
417 Nj. 6th St.
Boa"faTing ( Stable
Telephone No. 371
-PRINK THE BEST
RAILROAD TIME TAIILES.
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis
riticciii and hcupiiis turisioir.
Lt, faducah .. 7.10 a. ro
Ar.l'arla 3Sa.rn. lODiim
Holiowltoek. Junct. Iu..1ni i'pm
lotlntou ......, ll.rsam 7 a inn
Ar. Jackson.,,. . I in p m 820am
Lv. Jackson luipni en a in
Ar. Memiihls. ...... 4 3D p.m im
Nashville SlOp.ro pm
Chattanooga Dtopm t.S) a m
ut. Chattanooga fO0am lA)pm
Nashville 3 ." pm s tn pm
Memphis u ilia tn l so pm
Jacknon ... . sionm 30
Ar. trtxlncton. ... ,, 4 tun in e3Spm ptr.
Lv. Lexington .. .. 0pui SlOmn
Hollofi Itok lunct 5 is pm " 1 am
farls gfcipm 6 Mam
Paducah . B15uin V)am
All trains dally.
Tbrouvh train and car service between l.
ducah and Jackson, Memphis, Nashville aad
Chattanooga, Tenn. Close connection for At-
iiu,u.i";un, r i , ana Be,
and to Arkansas, Texas
aad all Pol a la
Southwest. Kor further Information call on
or address. .. i
A.J. Welch. D. I A . Tenn W. i
Danley. O 1 and T A Nashvlllo. Teat
j T Donoran, '. P., and T. A..p4m.r iln,
Padncah Kr., E. S. Uurnharn. depot tltktl
aftent, faducah, Kt.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILHOAD
LOUISVILLE AND MIMPniS D1TIIOKR.
Nohtii HOCWD No 202 No 3 No S3
LTNew Orleans.. 725pm 800am
Memnhla 7KOfm srmnm
Kulton 100 pm 1141pm 8 00 am
tr faducah SlSpru la)am 7 5) am
LvPaducah . i no pm I 21am stoam
Ar Princeton.., . 4 40 pm 2tsam 937 am
Nortouvllle. . 5 39 pm 3 as am 10 50 am
. Central City B .10 pm 4 IV am 11 55 am
LvCentralClty, . 8 5flpm 4 ll am 12 20 am
Ar Louisville. , .1110 pm 7 55 am 515 pm
Cincinnati. . otuam 1155 am
, socin liooau Nosoi No 203 No 221
Lvcinclnnatl lluipm 2 5ft pm
Loulstllle 3 30am 7 05 pm 805 am
Lr CentralClly.... 8 15 am iu Bpm I 30 pm
Nortonvllle.... 9 12 am 11 27 pm ZSlpm
Ar faducah; 1210 pm 1 (2 am 804 pm
Lv faducah 12 20 pm 157 am 8 16 pm
ArFultoc 205 pm 3 10 am 3 00 pm
LvKulton l5pui 3 20 am
r Memphis 6 55 pm 7 'JO am
New Orleans,. 7 10 am 7U0pm
All trains run aatltr
No?2U3 and ax carry Pullman buffet aleeplng
.irsaod free recllnlnj? chair cars Clo-inn
tl and New Orleans.
Not 201 anil 202 run solid betweeu "Iriuatl
m I Ne carrying l'u.1 ufle
'1 in faducah union depot at p.m
uMnimuNtaioin ror ail i imluin st, we.t,
ii.rui aim ei.i.iu ncKei uftlces. Iway
lader the Palmer, and at the union dep.l.
ST. (.0013 DIVISION.
NORTH SOUND. 2 !M
ueavo rauueah ...12:10 pin, r, i& pm
Irrlvu MetroiioUa ... Imo pm. it pm
" (Irantsburg . I 4J pm. s ttpm
" i'arker City . .. 2 n p m, tu 5pm
Marlon . . 2 lipm, 11.04 pm
Carbondale.... ... 3:'.5 pin,
" finckneyvUlo. .. 4 so pm, 1:50 am
" SULouU .. 7:18pm. 7:18am
800 r H BOL'NU. 301 303
LsaveSt. Loula. .. 8 10 .in, 8:04 pm
" K li. Lmils. b Sam, S:ISpm
" f lnckneyvllle.. , .10 2! iu liuipni
" Carbondale.. ., ...ii. '5 j iu
" Marlon .12 21 p in, 1 40 a in
" farker City ... ,. Vi 55 pm, 3 .5 i in
" (Jranlsburg ... . 1 20 p m, 0 no a m
" Metroiwlui ... 2:iti pm, I flam
Arrive faducah s.rupm, .3uam
StODfOr meals All trains run rfallv.
This is the (wpular line to si, luis auj
Chicago and all points uo th and west.
Traiu leaving faducah dally ai8:IS p to.
has through Pullman faijc gimplnc and
f arlor Car for ht. Louis. Double berth rain..
11.57; chair rates, 75 imu
Por further lni irmulun. leservatlous,
tlckew, etc.callonor ilrte J. T. Donovan,
a T. A., rainier House, t,l ucjih, or A. H,
Uanson, Oenerl Agent Chlcairi.
Has Through asseiiger Trains and
Fast ElllcicnDouble Daily Service
from Cliietnnatl ami Louisville to
MEMPHJST AND NEW ORLEANS
In connection w'th the II. A O. S. W. to
narJSluu; direct or making close count
SOtSTH ani WEST.
On its mm and connection lines. Including
Vlcksburg and Jackvut, Mist., Union Koukh
and Natchez, I u., Little Hock uud Mot .Miring
ntn i ucb n uiin, lianas, iiou.tou ana
san Antonio. Tex., and poluuon tho raclflc
Coast. It nlso hai through passeiiirer trains
and fast cRIcientl double dally sen Ice from
ew Orleans, Jacluy.n, Alemphla and points
Souin" and Weat on IfTTnviiaud connecting
CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS
making direct connections with through train
for all points
NORTH and EAST
Including St. Louis, Chicago, llurfalo. fills-burg,
Cleveland llgjtan New York, f
Solid Vestibule Train). Through
Pullman Uuffet Slocpiug Cara.
Through Free Rccliqf.ig Chair Cara
Particulars of your local r.illrotd ticket agl
S.O. Hatch, DIv. fasn. A in', Cincinnati,
Jmo. a. Siorr, Oiv, I'ass. tein, Memphis.
A.U.IUNSON, t.V.A. 'W.A. K I I.IJJ.Nll.A.G.r.A.
Tennessee Central a?f! .
& ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
THROUGH CAR ROUTE.'i
TO AND FROM
rUNNHSSHI',, KI'.NTUCKY, OUOKCIA.
AI.A1IAMA, l'l.OKIOA, NOKT1I CAXOLINA,
blltTH CAROLINA. VIRGINIA,
WASIIINC.TON CITY IIALTIMOKK.
1'lllLAUltI.I'llIA ANU NHUYOK1C.
THROUGH 1'olh i.i new Hoi.ijjw
IIOCTB aud the. MuKlcazitf
SERVICE Route between NAhiiVI .it;
and MK.Mfllls, making connect
ton at M KM fills Willi all lines lonud from
HIlKANAIt. Ti:XASanrt a' 'I TinVKvr.
PULLMAN HetHeen ilr.xriiis aud Nasii.
DAI irr viixk on NULt 'lralns.
CARS VILLK, WAHHIMITOM. IlALTI.
moiie, I'hiUIeiihU mid New
York, nelwern Nashville und, J.icksoiivlilt.
florido dally year 'lound. il.l l,hatuiioiga,
UUnui. Uoou aud Tlftou. lckeM
ju sale durlnn neason,
On Sale al deduced Kite, from all point, on
thli line aud ( ounectlous lo Nashville ai.il
Bellini during lliu continuance of the
centenlal an I International Kxposltlou,
IjTh'ot further information, call upon Ticket
R. C. COWABD1N,
Western Pa... Agl.,
Uoj Ky. Kachaugcllldg., St. Socia, IK
A. J. WELCH,
Division Pa. Ajit., Mnurms, Ti:.fK.
W. L. DANLCV
Geu'l fa... aud Tkt Agt., Nasjivillb.Tkkn.
Missouri Pacific Railway
The Great Through
lo KANSAS f""Y,
St. Louis omaiia, ru i ntkvini
TRY THE NEW FAST TP.AIM
KANSAS AND NEBRASKA LIMITED.
Iron Mountain Route.
rim most direct lino via Memphis to
nil points in
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS,
WEST AND SOUTHWEST.
free Reclining Chairs on All Trains.
TlIUOL'tlll COACIIKrt MEJirit i 10
Di,las and Font WortT.i.
for n. . rates, free books onri. v n, Ar
an. and all Western SUles,i m,i f arthi t
in (.in lailnu, rail on )our local II k, t Agei I
K I . L -A ITU I Wf, S.T.A.