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EUBANKS,
1IOM9S0I .'ATHIST,
lire I ilway Telephone 13)
itcaldenco, 100 Jef IVmm t - iciopnono 1 13
u Biro 11 niNvrnvl .1, 7..
A. L, WARREI..
ATTORNEY-.AT -LAW,
120 S. Fourth, Koijra No. 2.
win practice In nil Ah rouis of W stntu i
t'olleolfou of rmunteTr, i fs,nly iNmhm hi.
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HOUSE AND M PAINTER,!
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itfJJd.jj, 130SThiid
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CMablbb.ed I55. Incorporated lf '
Jolmsoif
Foufhdrv and
Machine Go,
auufacturrrs Vi t Dealers In
Steam Er.Rinss, oilers,
fceTronts.f, ;l! Machinery
And Tobacco Se: rl'ws, llraw
and Iron I'ttinj'9. W.WWUgO
of nil kinds.
1'AlllCAII, V - UKSTL'CKY.
G.A, BiTii
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slut r .all. iiiVi.
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DJdAi? Dl I LUMfl rj. Davis,
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AIIOE CITtoX.
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Olllco Not. Hank.
WherAn Metropolis
I Stout tho
Stara Hotel
HIi nnd Fc Sl.OO
ST, MIHOTEL
yu a l.OUIS.
Rates, $200'Per Day.
Room and Breakfast, SI. 00.
European Plata Day.
Good Itooits. fioob Mkalb.
Good 8j.iivr.: J
tVbfa
ST. JAMES UTiULi
IIiioiimat AMI WllKlt
SircflfannUrif . llntU
HARRY F. WILtSOfJ,M,D.
Physician and
Surgeon r
t)mc llotiri'X
17 Kia 4UMttoir.tn.
Olllco, No. 419KMhoadway.
A. S. DAEY, lo
406 BR0A0WY.
It
a
J, W IHoore,
l)I'.A.U.nolN
Staple and IFancyGroceries,
Canned?Gooils"uJ'AIIOKinds,
Free delivery to all pirta oMho city,
Cor. 7th nnd Adam's.
Horj5S&oeing
Specialty.
All kinds ol fierfcetlon in
a horse's tri (vol corrected.
I Do Repair Work oLEvery Kind,
WOHK aUAjiANTSK.D.g
Alwnysjon han,qrery for work.
HENRY GREIF.
J. S. GANSrtK,
Solicitor of PonsimT Claims,
Votoran of four yoars In tliQ'War of
1861-115.
PfOBOCUtos claims bororo tlio Bureau
of Tensions, ,
soldlerTof ibe wr of
ildow of
m .i ii. n.
.J.I iliK'an War VrTlce V"lon Act of
Ww "t'aniol Pension I'rompt and
J.u,y .....T'uiiKuilon Klven'to rr4Clcd caw, and
,hoT.?idriiwvd roltn.oranv b.ul
irosn tb.
lVw let tb'ey UmTm tranicid nt tlio Na-
call
MARCHING THOUfn THE VAL-
u.v of di;ai ii.
I Written r..r the I'adiuah Sun 1
March boys, march.' the trumpet It Is
sounditiL' '
lo marshal nil our forces well to-
guiuor,
Wliilo o'er tlit: ground caution br.'.Js
nro bounding
HlttiiHf sonic, mining t,omo nmi
somo nsltlng i;'jiotlicr
Luok favor. tjCi, or is it foreordained
1 ual ", nllo Death li)vos mid seeks a
. litightnud elm lug murk
i'lio mark U new by cowardice
statue!,
Tho' tlio way bo dimmed 'tis never,
ni'er dark
For tlio light of Jujih guides nil
souls on
l'hroujfh tlio lono valley of Death n
heaven liriRhttir,
Kcmemhor Uotl gc('c Mi begotten
sou ,
To Hive all souls from that dark nnd
cndloas night, .
For it Is not Death ho die ami thus
end I
Uur life days uiwti thU sublinnry
Mill,
For when iho suiimimi coiuoh Josus
dtM Muntl
Strength to rulcftM tit from all ur
earthly toll, I
And to eora Join hli army fnr tibovo
In hlisifiil, peneeftilj Joyoiij
bom life I
Wliiiio all I ' uprolno happinuas nnd
love; j
Free forover from ondloa
Wolldlv Mlitfn.
T. M'ahhkn" Cimmhkki.is,
'
Iiouhtlllo, Ky.
WRITTEN AT RANDOM,
Mr. .John Lnne, of Nonh'a Ark,
helieAH in fortune-telling
jic did not h tctv tinys ago, lioweier,
but wm Indueed fluHflj , through curiosity
morr than anlhiug eUe, to
loutrilHitq h qnttrter to a periiwletic
nomlmript Hmlhave liiadenlmy rotnl
rum u:s Imutl.
The itinn crttttntzul his hand a
moment, nnd then said : "You aru
to go on u journey soon, in probably
month. You will eros u hirne
body of mtr, in the ut It moiiis to
10. 1 lit to U tlHinv litilv lllini .n
the shorva of that water from whom
Jfii he uol lutinl In a long time.
Tliu oUmt lUy ou wrot nr a letter,
and will receive an oniiw in day
or two. Slut , w nj, ,,rocew.
el todcciibehr.
As a matiA of fad, Mr. Imc
lo leaet'M inuth for hi old
liouie in Canada cm a iit, nnd ))M
to trow I.nk Ontario to rwnh it.
At Kochetcr, N. Y., located on ibe
lake, lie haa a yHing lady fneu.l fiotu
shorn he had not nctml for aeveral
years. lie Hint tohor nHtly, and
yeatcntay, tin day after
wm lolil, tecetved a reply from
her. He now Miuewhai pur.ll.
A ri'iwrlcr dropid Into Dr.
l.aiig'ii dm klore .veitetdny ai.d
fouud everybody laughing. 'Puh Is
a good rort fur jolly po)le, especially
alnct) Uw Deinooratin primary,
but ertri ldy aeentwl Jolllor
lliuti iituai.
"ioii ec," Dr. Una explained,
"I nclo Charlie Fell was in - her 1
awhile ago. Yu know tJnele Charlie
is Kier Obfcrw. He dropcd
in tt few nnuutej ago ami rumarkul,
'The e'a anoluut black cloud coming,'
and happeiied lo glance over at an
old colored wubiao wailing for some
goods to bo put up. She thought he
was liiHkin tun of hrr color, and
when h. walked mil she sunppeil:
'V '..o is dnl iJT pn white man dar'f I
Us wanted tow say situitiu ao blain
bad 1 cud'n lvMI hoi in, nit cf he
cums in heah auin' an' in) nnyling
'buiiten my coloh, yo' jes wa'eh
whut 1 do, Jos' We me, people!'
"I tried to pi oate her ami con-
viiue her ho wis alluding to the
storm, but she w mldii't hao it that
way," ii'iicludei the Doctor, "and I
gues is still nfler his sculp.
'ightlleldur Armstrong, of the
Tcne Htiutes, (closed the senson
lait your ufi Not folk, Va..
nnd being iltost loo frigid
piny ball for a livelihood he goi n
job driving n be r wagon. llu wm
still dritiu? it in tho spring, and
when All Fools' day rolled 'round
Miveral of hi friends attempted lo
play a jol.o on hljn.
They telephoned in for so many
kegs of beer to ill delivered at Mich
and such a plneo.l he said, 111 telling
yesterday, ":inoj started outwitn
wagon load. 'I'lio first saloon I
came to and rolleiUout four or live,
the bnikeeper ho hVys, II 1, man,
what are ou what do ou
tai.e tins saloon forr 1 didn't order
all this brer!'
'"Uh, I don't know,' says I,
somebody ordcicd it,nd it wasjou
dr the Ik's, nnd lure lts.'
"He'd chew the rag awhile, but
llunlly lake tlio beer and sigu for it
fmtvaaar ajuua nwr
For b a 1
jeve dy knows
the value oL a good
toilet r,
ciallyh t weather
Our Vel it Ghalk
is the ourest, best and
most economical toilet
powder on the
markebAJrial wiil
convince you of its
superiority!
La'ga Bpxes Five Conls,
See Window Displny.
OEHLSCHLAEGEfl & WALKER
DRUGGISTS,
Filth & Droadw'y,
or
Somo of tho btrftccpers would
they didn't order" It, but I'd tell 'cm
Homebody did, fiud leave It all there
until somo of those saloons had
cuotigh beer slacked up to last 'cm
n mouth. The Joko turned out
pretty profitably for tno and tho com
pany."
Down nt tlio foot of Court street Is n
place that badly needs attcnliui. It
has cost tho fclly thousands of dollars,
it Is claimed, nnd is still costing it
considerable! money every time II
ruins. ThW is when) tho water runs
down lo the Vivcr from tho north gutter
on CourtUtreet. It tears out nn
eiioimoiis gulch, especially when
there's a lianlNrniu Hko the one of yes
terday, autlaM rtshes load after load
of gravel down ho slono levee that
t.'IO.OOO stone leyce Into the river.
The city has to All it up nt regular
intervals ami lliotllrstliarU rain washes
nil. the gravel into the river again
and leaves another big hole lo bo
IlllOd with good gravel.
Capt. Voolfolk,on tho ferry boat,
who has watched it for some timo, estimates
Hint it has m past years cost
the city $10,000. while u few dollars
spent in properly nrtiliiging it would
settle it for nil time to come.
'II' fl rntlmr rnrtmrlnlitii IIiIiiit
averred Malinger 1'Jiilllps, of the La
Ilelle park theater company "that
'Ten Nights In a Ha Idiom lenies
such nu Impression '011.801110 people's
mind. .
"I have a lady patron who wit.
uosscd, I "nm confident, every play
wo nut tin last sumnicr. 1 was talk
ing to her about it ibe other day, u;!
naming over tho uVwft mil nn.nn.l
iho coiil'.,,, t rememhertn slncle one
except 'Jen Nights In a liar Hoom.'
I put it on ajinin thiijjeur to see
what kind of uu imprAaioii it would
make on the people."
Here is n pecuhar'coiiicidencc
with the Fndticah biuebal
tijne. Theic are two Wills Will
Nooiian and Willi Sudhoff; two
Tomp Tom Stanton' aud Tom
two Mikes SJIko ,Woodloek
and Mike NeWHe, nni two Macs
'Mae" Cloll.md and Mae" limine
tho new pitcher.
A Fourth street bartender snys he
wnnu 110 more Kentucky e-clones In
hU. When things jooketl so aqur.lly
.eiterduy, with p'anks, bt'eks,
nnd other old things thing
about he took one look outside and
remarked to himself, V'l guess I'll
take one more drink, rpr it will be
my last." He rushedlln and took a
strttiitht, nnd then resinned himself
to bis bite, but fortunately bo is still
nt the old stand aud still takes 'cm
ulraight.
I ho death ft few days ago of dipt.
tnyeolt reo.tJN the origin of tho fa
motii word now so common.
He undertook in the fall of 1880
to enforce the collection of rents from
tenants in County Mayo. Ireland, for
several landed proprietors who.-o
aoot he waL In that year croj s
weieimnll and tho peasantry suf
ferod, somebf them to tho point of
starvation. As a means of
lion, nod n.lrt v out of revLMiiro. thpv
r (- o I "
rcfiiiod tj lfatlier his crops ; they in
diuo 1 tradJjmcn to refuse him
for liw table and they cuticcd
Iih servant's nw.13'. He was the llrst
among tho factors aud agents in Ire-1
Hid to feel .the effects of this powerful
weapon in the hands of the common
people, u.id tho new process of
ostracism totik its namo from him.
lu recent years the feeling of opposition
ami hatred among llu ten-nuts
changed lo admiration and con
lldeiice, and he was urged by many
to stand for Parliament.
The word boycott is lesi tlnn
seventeen earsi old. It was invented
by Father John O'Mulley, of the
Ulnae of Decnine. in Conneniara.
luland. JiiSi IRcdpath, who was
traveling through that section ad-
drossing the poor people, was id a
loss for a word to express social, political
ami personal ostracism which
the peasantry had adopted against
harsli agents and factors as tho only
lawful means of (protecting themselves
from eviction. "Ostracism"
was too learned fori tho average tenant,
and Father CnMalloy, to whom
Kedputh applied for a simpler expression,
instautlv tWucalcd "boy
cott.''
It was nt once tnkin up by the
London papers and spread over tho
world with tho speed of lightning.
EXCURSIONS.
Yin Illinois Central Itullio.ul Diu-Ing
.May, Juno ami July.
Tho Illinois Central Railroad Company
will sell round trip tickets to
points and on dates named below:
Nashville, Tenu., Tennessee Centennial
and lutcruntioiiul Kxpositioii,
daily until October ilOth, $a.8.'i ;good
for fccvcn days to return.
Mlnnenpoiis, Minn.. II. 1 O. Klks,
J.ily 3d and lib, 820.LM, good
until July 10th, with
for extension until July
110th.
Milwaukee, Wis., National
Association, July lid, Itli
mid Ath, good returning until July
10th, with arrangements for extension
until August ttlst, $lfi Ji8.
Chattanooga, Tenn., II. Y. P. U.
July 13th to 15th, good icturning
until July 31st, oue fare.
Huff nlo, N. Y., G. A. R., August
20th and i"-M, rate to be nnnouueed
later.
For further information in regard
to any of tho above, apply to ticket
agents I. C. R. R., or
A. II. Hanson,
G. P. A , Chicago, III, at
W. A. Ki.u.osn,
A. G. l A., Louisville, Ky.
C. C. McCauta,
A. G. 1. A., St. Louis, Mo.
J. T. OONOVAX,
C. A., Ihiduuah, Ky.
l'orsons w isiung 10 njiicv their
crnmmit lictnse cnu call 01 the
. 1 . . . .
Blguo.t, wli lias nianu ar llcntions,
and who will li$.i!lml ton iiaro same
for parties. I. R. Ill ihKAIl,
SL'jlO U. S. Comnissioflcr.
snyU Evansvillo, Paducah and Cairo Packet.
1 Line.
Owned and Operated by tbe
Tcnncssco nod . Ohio River
l T,
ation Co.
A coitronAtro,
KransUlle sYj radtiAo I I' cliela (Dally cxcp
Siil url
Strs.JOi: FOnlf and J- UN S. IIOI'KINS
Wave l'ai uca at ifJ il I a. m.
I'aducaliauJ l'nlroft'.Kl.et l.Uo (feurexwii
limday ) &.
Btrainrrnilt'li m V Kit,
radticai i . in.
J. ii OiVi Kit, sun
Memphis, NfyOrlcaas l Cincinnati
n cm Company,
JLIkr
Mcatiifp! for Memphl.
fiery Wdurtay ind KturOrat5o',Motlili.
in.. I'tiniiiu OTfijynifmuy ana nal
nrday 1.4aVa AlilntlhU fZr I'ftirlnti.ill ariv
Tiicmliiy and ITIdaV, pa.slBC Piiducak rvery
' hursdT and HubIit. . l.are Cincinnati for
Orffaai Ttryilhnrdy,i)a5jnir
can prerr .similar.
J II asiihiiiVt K. V. WISH.
Agent, l'aducaii. Ky Sunt. ciDClunatl
DRIFTWOOD
Saved From tlio Wateir,
railed on the Levee.
Mvms of Special Interest to Itiv&r
I'cople.
The lower Ohio river packet, the
1)1 k Fowler, was away for Cairo this
morning promptly nt 8:30 o'clock.
She was doing a very lino business.
The Joe Fowler, the big Evansvillo
mail liner, was in on excellent time
this morning and had n nice trip of
passengers as well as some freight.
She left on (her return up the
Ohio at 10 a. in.
Husinoss was much improved on
the kvec this morning from that cf
the four days pre ions. All the local
packets were iu aud out on splendid
time.
The river continues to climb the
levee at u lively rate. The government
gauge ngUtercd this morning
at 7 o'clock 8 feet 8 tenths, there
beinj: a rise of seven inches in the
Inst twelve hours.
River men nro expecting from the
results of tho recent rains nu excellent
tow boat rise as all tho tippeal
streams are on a freshet. There v.Tll
In all probability bo good water in
this part of the river.
Capt. Robert Lee, of Memphis, is
in the CI13 111 interest of the steamer
City of Savauuah,whiehisouthcwnys
undergoing extensive repairs.
The Clyde armed here early this
morning out of the Tennessee river
with an excellent cargo of cotiutrj
produce. Sho had a big trip of livestock,
tan bark and especially peanuts, p
iu addition to a good list ot
people who came to the city to do
shopping. She leaves 011 her return
to Florence tomorrow afternoon at 1
o'clock.
One of tho Lcc Line steamers ol
Memphis will arrive here next week
to go ou tho ways for repairs.
Tho City of Savnnnnh was pulled
up on tho cradles at the ways this
morning for repairs.
The City of Shcllleld passed out ot
the Tennessee river for St. Louis yes
terday afternoon.
Tho big side wheeler New South is
duo to pass down tomorrow for
Memphis.
Tho Ashland City was away foi
Danville on time this morning nt 10
o'clock. She had an excellent trip.
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For Salo by Oelilscliliiogor &
Walker
-" t ' ' I -1 -.1 1. IIIIHIllll
E. THiMCUELLER,
Finc)Boots Jtod Shoes
Madco Oyity
I'liiailiiK of all Ulnij ia'Wdoneat ltcoV
lloiluitf prlea. Ulvo lflii a Tail,
i llfoJjay J
DONrRACTORS NOTICE.
Sealed proposnlV VrI l)e! received
the olllco of ih Clcik until
3 o'clock p. 11. Vieduesllay, June
30, 18D7, for tlje paving.' guttering
and curbing of UiU sideways on Madison
sticet frorii Elchth' to Ninth
streets, work tojbo done according to
ordinance governing snd improve
ment, work- U) bo comfi eted liv 1st
day of Scpten; her, 1811?, and under f
tho supcrvisloi of tlio Mayor ami City
Engineer. T ic cltw reserves the
right to reject any nnl all bids.
D A. iJ.isKii, Mayor. ..
June 18, 18U7. 18J10 "
WilliainThd
mpson
IlAB OII.NISIIA
GROCERY
At tno corner seventh and Trim-
hie. Now gooiis, new w ices, polite
attention. Free IdclivoyJ
Call on
Mrs. Joe BvMdCfiweather,
Fashionable DrcSffiaker,
nnd bo ulenscQ. Nciipllt guaranteed,
l'ormcrlv ofCloeknd, O.
t223 Harrison sittsiC
.,MI!W.-.. "."
COLORED
DEPARTMENT.
cn(inoni:s.
Illishand Strrt Church fUthniJltl Sun.
diy wlioolat 9 in IrachlnKll ft. lu unJ
V in u. M. t'almer, taiir.
I'.lirtiS ( linivl. 7th and Ohln IVrlholl.tl Sun
diy rcbwlttti in I'rvacblnK II a. in. and S p.
m uv. i.. . iiiirk. ntur.
W iwihliii. nn stVe 't lUtil lt L'htircb. Sundur
icbool Hum )'rencblK 8p m. Uiv (in
W.
Sfvrntb Htriot IlaptM rburcb. "unday
rcboalvn m Prvxblutf II a. in andsp in.
Iter. W S
St Paul A M 31. tbiirch Sunday wbool9.i
m , imxblnK t a m 7)p m., ltov. J. U.
xtauiora,
JatnM A il. I chnrcb, lOtli i. Trimble
utrtits Mmdiy at 2 pm., rnsisblng 8
pm , lit J U Mawford ltor.
Trltnbli' Street lhilHin
school 9 a iu Inn irhlnit. 11 am aud T
ii tn., prayer ,i, Ve(lneday ey'ilngi, 7;
30; Suadiy m1io.i1 irjdiers in-Un(( T)iurM,iy
evenln, 7 V) Allare curldially luvituu S
It. Ootlfr, puttor I
HbetKerlT H. thitrch (t'nliel Hrethren
In Servioi SnnOaj h.l 8 3U a.m.
I'reaeblns 10 30 a til and 11 in VMtom to
the city ind otbr ivrdlally invited to attend.
Cburcn. Soutb riftbMreet. beleen oato ami
TennesK streets, Iter. Jas A. Woodwari,
pastor.
LOMGKS.
u'vSONIO.
Hall i llroadway, Third rioor.
Mt Mefireuor .M No every llrnt
Thumday ovenln In each month
Mt Zlou I.odfe No 0 Meets erery nrst
Wednesday ye nlni In eirh month.
Suannih court No S, Ladles MmU crerr
fourtb Uuudayflneai.b month.
Stone bauar tvlne No. j Moots overy e
cond Monday 1 1 each inontb
INUKI'IINIli: TOHDKKOKODO PEL, LOWS
Odd rellows Hall, o e corner 7tb ft Adams.
Household o Itutb. No first and
third I'rlday nluy lu vacb month at Colored
iiiin reiiow iih 1
l'adiicab f.o.i:e No I5I6 Meets every first
and third Monliv lneuch month at Colored
uju rriios 11 til.
t'adttcah P trtarch No t O U O 0
erery "elond Krldiy eTeulug lu each
month at Colored Old l'illur' IUU
Pat Grind Vanter'g t'onncil No
every fourth Friday etenlng tntaeb uioutb at
Colored Odd I'ellbwa Ual .
Wcilern KtnticliT f.odire No
eviry eecond and fourth riietday evening In
each month at Col irert ojd I'eliowg' nan
Yoitng Vena lld Lodife No.
eveiy becond and loarth WcJuenday evenlup
it Hall over No. il llroadvtay
UNITKD ItllOrJIKUSOK HK1BNDSHI1'.
pt I'anl IxmIoc Ao Oft Meet every second
and fourth Monday I'Vt'nlng in each month it
III nroadtfay.
blitern if the M.t.ilnii Ton, at No
31 Meets tr llmt'lU'&day lneuch lBOLth at
131 llroadnay.
(Inld.n llule secoud Tbure
day In each month, at 131 llroadway.
333 V K. T. 777.
Ceremonial Tetntrta No 1 .ileoW Brut an(
third ly uiglii lu each month.
(.olden Rule Tali rnucle. No. 1. meet Hret
and third Weilnediy nlghw lu rvory mujith
Oueen Srl Tabefoacle V11 Z Meet eecoud
and louith .MuLilSi.lHliti In eauli mouth
Tttwrntcle, No 3 MeU nr.1 .mil
tllrd TburAlay hhilits In carh month
Idly of the Well No to,
Hcconil una lotirtb Thursday night In tach
month ',
I'rlde of I'.iducnu Tnt, No. 5 Meet first
SilurdayMfteruiMm In tih month.
Star of I'aducah Tent Miwts wcotnl taturday
m In each month.
Lllj of the WeM Tvnt, MU tbird Hturday
pm In each month
Starnf Nn f ineetn 1th
Saturday alteruoou lu each month
Mr. W. II. Rote. State Grand
Master of the Odd J Fellows of the
state of Kentucky, will be horc Sunday.
Tho memberi of the vaiiom
Odd Fellow lodges n the city ate
asked lo meet at tMr hall nt 2
o'clock.
Miss Edmonia ! Kennedy
turned home libs afternoon, af er
having spent 11 pleasant visit with
Rev. W. S. and m. Ida H.ikcr an I
Miss Maud 1'. MansMd
Tho cntirtainmcnt given by Mt.
ion Lodue at'the Odd Fellows' ball
last night was largelyattended.
Stone SquarcMJiul pit. McKregon
lodges celebrated St.lJohn's Day at
the fair l'round and ejvnlinueilover a
night.
Couldn't Slop the Car Hy Piisblng
011 tlio Huttoii.
A certain mariied man and a lud
rode all over town the otlfer night
before they could stop the lieet ear
at the right place. There was nn
elccliic button iu the car iu which
they were seated. Tho lady said to
George, "When wo get to Hroadwav
and Seventh push the button." He
pushed the button, but iho car kept
moving.
O, )ou didn't push hard enough,"
she rcmaikcd.
"I pushejl it as far as 1 could."
You must ninue 1110 uoii ring.
IS wiUfl MAI h 9 1
fl ELflwl OT EC y 0
x WL si El
' A 4J1BUlBbla
urn DRY
l'o No. 1 0 Noilfi FotirWi St.
New Machinery
Work.
SalisfactlonGiiaMDt ed.
J, , YOUWG & SON
TLLiil'M cx.v. 'inn.
st llcraard ( ual Co A. 1
v In V lu.lr 1''
Steamer Uimxw 1
VVlnri is IHhIs Wire lite) 1.1 th.- t
emirt nf I'el'nlittl sutes at l'aliiuh, hs
mi JuiiHlA, IV7 by he si B.eru.trili ml C mi
pauy and oltjtrs uirini tba te.tiner i.uhw
10, hirttmloV, 1 iCKie, apiuri'l, fu nit tire x
lurei, itc, and ounrr. ibf r r, uUrsln 10
nutixt ante that tl lml iti .1
totliemtui labor, Ciiel snppli 1 m , ia 'nm
Imriii (hesuinof fi 'llditiuii an diner Is
jti dy lhilibted tiitbeinlu I ildMim tltil.nm
has nn er bt en lald, and pfaj pri mam
kjI I t amer bef inusii r aud uwu
ers ind ibatKtldMi mi. a may tw 1 nutli mue.1
and ml 1 In tuy KJtd 1 iuiiu with (olunitex
lx'tt"! - ...
Now th'iei"li'. lu to Ibe motlou
uiidie iteal of nd n-it to 1" - 1 '-I I
do hereby Utve tublli. notice 10 all n
lalininu iluisibi vieamtr Luiiiilih, m Inane,
it ,iy inter' std therein, that they Im n I
l.ir liebili tin dlirn V eotirt "III he t ,
si.ii I 1 ihi I lt of (til Hi lb. Ive.i'ni (ill L
,ITU 1 l li ll IV 1'tJllO SV7 41 U
m the 1 r in u it Hi 11 iv tm i 1
.
vtii rune thrlr lilniJaimti nuu 1 . I.
ill.. nu 111 lll.il I tljlfl
-. iii.m iftiritN r s m 1
l w, ijauii, PtJctor for tltieliauts,
KMEP
ADM.'S- ffljVS
mr I RAMONA
PeoplesRailway Cis
OF:,.
" ' ' "
!i.IKIilV .
. la. f .1X1
of tnaflc
I NO.
efts) run to the gate
PeriorinaucG bogins at 8:00 every night.
Bjcycles and
Bicycle Sundries,
Agont for tho highest grades of Bicycles mado.
Wo are prepared to offer 1S90 StcnrrfTfor S58.SO
Don't fall to seo our rflS.OO Overlan'ds and Itugbys be.t
on tho market, prettiest whocl mado. 1
Don't fall to seo our lino of wheels bofortfbuying. Wo
nro tho only oxcliAlvo Hicyclo lioueo in the city.
Complete repair shop. Freo rltling school to thoso buy-
lug wheels from us. . J
Don't fall to v
Paducah Cycle Works,
120 and 123 North Fifth street, near Palmor House.
SOIENTI'FICiAND FIRST-CLASS
BLftCKS lira
xi
EgfflKINQ l
IriORSBSHOBINQ
All work'guaraiiieed.
f. wNgIreif.
Court Street, bet. 21I and 3d.
HNE OBIVERS UNO
Elegant Carriagesand Turnouts
. YAiV
a 1 -
? .firflif
tvi a
JAS. A.
Livery, eed ana
uor. xiiira ana
TKLKl'HONK 118.
"
an
ass Man
1 i I
GENEEA ii
!AGENTS.
Tolephono 174.
rWkT,
5.
. iteas?!
;.'srf
ur")
ll -
sim
,.wPl5v
INS
IDLE HORSES.
, '
GLAUBER'S
Boarding Stable
9, P.n
a y sn yu uui
ATriTl
UXlli.lJ2i
a
- fj ML DUCAH. KT
?
5-a-o
fif i.
nudlfJealera fa 1
Boilers JopB Fronts,
Machinery
I'ADl'CAH.KY
V Light
rower lo.
iuis, as follows
Rp. TimMTinnth.
$1.50
D. B- SIMONSupt.
CITIZENS'
SAVINGSS
BANK,
220 llroadway, I'aducah, Ky.
.
. DafHal tjntl SUfplUS, '.$120,000.00
.aVHttbCBn
,iAfl a. m. to 3 p. m. On Sat'
2 'i - rv TbTji tjvjilglits from 7 to 8.
.itrBSt Paid or TIrib Deposits
OFFIOKH9
J.8. . Rudy Prosidont
W. V Paxto.v ... Oanhlor
R. RlOY Asd't Unuhlor
ths
DIRECTOR
Hie Jau. a Rudy. Jab. It. Smith.
1'. M. i isiiKit, (Iko. jp. Wallace,
i V. KAMLKITHIl, W. Fll'AXTON,
.ll UL'O. U. IIAUT. K. rABLKY, jj
J... HVUX,4
Mcnufacturcrx
Steam Engines,
Mill
INCORL'ORATKI)
Geol
Dic
asio
WiU;furnish Lights and Power for
Btoro Lights
Rosiclonce Lights
Current l'or Fans
CONTRACTORS' NOTICE.
Sealed proimsnh will lie received
nt the olllco of tlio Council Qluxl; until
a o'clock i). in. We(liiCAi!iy,'.Jiino
30, 18!7, for the imirovcmcut
YeUer nvoiitic from Asltlirojk avenue
to Clements street hyl tjrnilin? and
Hravelint; fcame aeeorillni; to'tjiccial
.ir.linnni'ii nriloiinn Ihl'VllllliltA'emcut
nnil all ordlnnncci fcucli
IIIIIirort'llK'llia , sum limn wj nu
iileted liv .SeptcmherJ or 1H'.7, nil
Maid work to lie d.mo under the s
icrvisiuu of tliuAIaor and City JL w
tjiueer, ami 10 Hunt C(
.ineo of llio vpnne ilio ci Vti.
acives the livM to lAxt any ZaaHS Hrf V
Ind.-. ), A. VM
June 1H, 1SD7.
PROPOSALS '
STfUJCTIO;,' OF SEWERS,
1 1 Mi wiujwrii lelby the Common
i r.kMP"iii ii ui ti iimco of
I. iX in ii I mlii k p iii. July 5 Imi,-
irn I ijnf u hi -I'm nf 111
in i ' i sin alioiis 4
t ' l i r
ii t li, mi l n Hi Ii ,'':. irm
ie.i iy t in. i u i
t teii'el to ii'i'ituoy and
yiijji J' A au) jr
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Nashrlllo, .Chattanooga ft St. Loob
Railroad.
P40U0AD AWPMIMfHIS Dir.UQK,
socth Dsrn
'T rlncab osoam
Arl'arh ., , UOO nm
Hollow Itock Junction. I 15 pm
IrfXlnutOll .5Mlnin
II pnt
di pm
7 pm)
Jucknn : i
pnj
10 10 nm
dooinl
OOOabl
it oapm
.1 Warn
8 OS am
su pm
I.v.Jarkson .... 3.M pm.
Ar. Memphis 7 00 pm
NanhTllM n u)pm
Chattanooga, 1 3 Mam
Atlanta I 0!) am
Nonin nounu
Lv Atlauta ,, 3 15 ,m 3 03 pm
Chattanooga .... .". Knm 8 10 am
Nashville
Warn i ODpm
Memphis ';
jav am 2 is pta
Ar;Jackon
. innm SIS'ppj
r,V LexlDKlon . . , IMmn is put
Ar llotJow ItocU Junction. 2 saipm
pm 7 m pm
. )'.ar.l,J g!a Pm son am
Ar Paducah
... swpm 8 30 am
All traits dallr.
Throuah train and
car .-! v.i. -
ducab and Jackson, Memphis, Nafihvillaaaa
Chattanooga. Tenn. Close rnanectloi for u
lanta, Oa., Jacksonville, FU , Washington
,t llalllDiore. . .k.n.. PblladelDhla.na . . . A " vn,b"rSl UU
ine ooiiuc, uu 10 Arxanias, Texas and
all polits Southwest. For further taforSia.
tinn ration oraddr.M.
A. J. W eleh, 0. P. Aj M.mnbli. Ttni. W. b.
Pauley. O J' and T? A NashTllU, TeiiT
F II Teacbont O. P. and T. a.. Falmer Homi'
p., inch Kr E. a Uurnhaa, depot tlftf
-gent, radncab, Kt.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
.tiatifafekw
tornsritta and uiMrnu divuors.
1 - . JJ08I1I HOUND- No 202 No 304 No 153
..en- urieana., 7Bipra lunam
jtempnis 760am 8 00 Dm
. u'fon... loopm lnvpmi (Man
' 'Jucah 24Spm is am 7 60 am
AlWucaQ 2&spm I3iaa swam
Ar Princeton 4 40 pm 2 ? am S37aai
Nortourllle 6SM 3 3 am 10 Mam
Central City 8 30C 4 19 am liuatn
LvCentralClty.... swpnT 4 10 am 12 29 am
Ar Loularllle II 10 pin 7 Mam 5I5PJQ
Cincinnati silam 11 54 am
Oni8 HOCMD WoWl No 803 "No'isV
Lt Cincinnati msjpm Mpm
iouisvm . awam 7uspm 105 aat
Ur Centraicitr.. . 1 15 am 10 40 pm lpm
Nortonvllle.. ,.12am 1127 pm 235 pm
Ar i'aducah' .1210 pm Its am (04 pm
Lr Paducah , .12ipm 167 am flispna
Ar Fulton y .2 05 pm lit am 300 pm
I.vFulton ... . 2 15 pm 3 20 am
Ar Memphis!, . 0 65 pm 7 20 am .
new uriea . 7 40 am 7K)pm .
All ir&ini run aallv
Nos2u3 and 201 carry Pullman buffet ale
turn anu ireo reclining cnair cars Between
cinu 11 ana New Orleans.
Nos'JOland 2tr. run solid betwenClnclnnatl
and New Orleans, carrying Pullman bufftl
sleepers.
Train 201 carries Louisville iteeptr,
opeu lu Paducah union depot at 9 p.m.
Olrect connections for all points east, west,
north and south. Ticket office", Uroadway
tho Palmer, and at the union depot.
IT. LOOIS DIVI3I0H.
Kfinin nonND. 302 SOI
Leave Paducah 12:10 pm, 8:15 pm
Arrive Metropolis 1:00 pm, 7:40pm
" Orantsburg ... Cfipm. 1:40pm
" Parker .City 2:13 pm, io.iopm
" Marlon 2:45 pm, 11.01pm
L.aroouaaie a.zapm,
rincaueyviua ,. 4 Mpm, l:Uia
" St. Louis ... 7ii. pm, 7:11 aa
eotnn bochd. 301 803
Leave bt. Louts .....,.. ... 8:00am, s.otpm
" Kajt bt. Imu3 . . .. 8:18 am, siispm
" Plnckneyvllle..... . .ICJSam ll oop m
" Carbondale .ll :45 am,
" Marlon ...U'24pm, 2:40am
" Parker City ...12rApm, 3:45 a m
" Orantsburg .... . ,.. 1:20 pm, 6.00 am
" Metropolla i a:uopm 4:53am
Arrive I'aducah 2.60 pm 7:30 a at
S ton for meala All trains run dallr.
Tbla Id the popular Una to St, Louis and
Chicago and all points north and west.
Train leavlni; I'&aucan uany aio:ia p. m.
baa through Pullman Palace Bleevlnr and
Parlor Car for Mt. Louis. Double berth ratej),
II 60; cbalr rates, 75 cents.
For further information, reservations,
tickets, etc , cull on or address J. T. Donovan,
O. T. A., l'almer House, Paducab, or A. H.
Uanaon, General Passenger Agent Chicago,
Tennessee Centennial and
International Exposition.
NASHTILLE,
CHATTANOOGA
& ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
THROUGH CAR ROUTE.
TO AND FROM
THNNI'.SSHK. KUNTUCKV. GKOROIA.l
ALAIIAMA, PLOKIUA, NORTH CAKOUNA,
bOUTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA.
WAMIINOTON CITY, BAJ.TIMORR.
l'lIILADKLfHlA AND NKWYORKi
THROUGH Uotb via new Hollow Hock
Itotmt and tbe McKxsua
SERVICE ltotJTa between NAHUVILLU
and MKMriliS, maklne
at MKMl'HISwltb all lines to and from
IIRKANSAK. bOUTUVVKlT.
PULLMAN Ilet ween Mm nus and NAm
pai srr rims on Night Trains. Be.
J., !:",,, tween NasiiEirxa.
koooa, Knoxvillb, AaHX.
CARS V1IXB, WaSUlNOTOH. Daltt
mo UK, Pbllapelpbla and Now
York. Between Nashville and Jacksonville.
Florido dally year 'round, via Chattanooga,
Atlauta. Macon and Tlfton. Kxcurulon Ticket
on aale during season
EXCURSION TICKET
On Sale at Iteduced Itttes from all noln
this llnu aud Conneitlons to Naaarllliaaa i
Seturn during tb continuant i
see irntenUl an 1 tnteruatlou., toaitlon.
iyFor further information, c. i jponTlcliet
gent or address.
R. C. COWARDIN.
Western 'ass. Agt.,
405 Ry. Kzchange Illdg., ux. fiocis, M
A. J. WELCH,
Division l'ais. Agt., TBIfN,
W. L. DAN LEY.
Gen'l Pass, and Tkt Agt., Nmiivillb, Tekw,
Y. II. TKACIIOUT, City TlcL t Agent, 425
llroadway, Paducah, Ky.
EXCURSION TICKETS
VIA THE
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
TO THE
Tennessee
Centennials
AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
AT
NASHVILLE.
l'or the above occasion excursion tickets
will boon sale front, I'aducah, Ky.,as follows-
C7 CR For the round trip, on s.le dally till
OliOd October 1, aud uod iiturlus until
Nov ember 7, VH.
CR CD For tbe round trip, on Mala dally till
QUiDU October Jp, lb7 gooil for re turn .lit-teen
days from dale of .ile, except thai uo
such ticket will bo limited u)oud November 7,
wl OR For the roniid t lp, on sale daUy till
MOiOU O'tvber 30; lbW, goid for return
geteuimyit irunt ute pi sue.
This is the RhortesKauliiulckeil route between
Paducab and NashvUle. For further
particulars, such as routeiaud schedules, call
on the undersigned lulu ! Central ticket
agent. J T. DONOVAN,
Agent.
A II. Hanson, O P. A., Cblcagn.
VV. A. Kelloud, A.C1.P A., Louisville.
s
Missouri Pacfic Railway
Tbe Ureal Through
Line From
PI I amIa To KAN VS CITY, HT. JOE.
M. LOUIS oy, vvA. vkw
TRY THE HEW f 1ST TRAIN
KANSAS AND NEBRASKA LIMITED.
Iron Mountain Rout!
Tlio most direct lino v ia Memphis to
all points In
ARKANSAS A'"- IXAS.
WEST AND POUTHWEST.
fcreo Reclining Chairs on All Trains,
Tnnouuu Coaouks MkupuisJ to
Dallas and Fort Wort
For maps, rates, free boi'
kansu, and all western Si.
information, call oa jour K ,
i r write
H.T.G.MATTUEWi
LU
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