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I'tloMtoa!''. JHpiam 9 am 6 0) pm
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Central Ctiy. . pm 4 ill am II w am
Horee llrancb at pm 6 01 am I U7pm
Oweruboro. lOOOpm'fliHam SOirira
LouUtllla.. .lowpm T.ioara 6.00pm
Cincinnati ... 7 10 am 11 J am
Bourn Bodi Ml 5ui til 151
Cincinnati 1 1(1 am i 4 pm
IuUltl. 7 ) in V J pai lim
Owen'boro K (ft urn
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Cairo , (o pra
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Memphis.. . ... . M pni 8 la am
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nrtxnTllWIM .... SSOpra
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Mtw Orleans . ,n so am T pm
8T. U)UIS DIVISION.
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Arrlra it. Loan .. 7 4lyu, 7 16 a IE
OCT OUU. .,.??l
raraHt.IX)uU. . Mips
. n. Iiturh .... , SHPHi 7 SO a tr
All train run oatly xrpt tno uarkl
ultn a atar. which do not run on huutlay,
Mmm aid 1 carry 1'ullman tmSMilMPlni
caraaad lri rllnlni chair rary 1 lo
elnnaU ana Orlrann, 1'ullman
fatwn KTanrlll' anil M.mi.hlf.
Train" Wland SJt run aolU Uirrtrn Clncln
naU ana Se "orKn.. crrylns 1'ullman buf
' TrlToifl" and Sl run aolU ltrtn 1J
Ch and HnpklniTIII. , ...i.
lir Informailou. or ifMrratlana,
niiKiiil II. limura.ii i. ..
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UonoTin.C.A., I'aJucab Kr
JUNE 1 TO NOVEMBER 1
Boat reached from tlio south, oatt nml
wost by tho
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
In decant equipment,
of rocltnliiB chair enm
(c$Xa froo of oxlrn chnreol,
Pullman buffet nloopinR cam
REDUCED RATES FROM ALL POINTS
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Boo agent for ticlcoUi, timo tnbles mid
R. T. O. MATTHEWS, T. V. A.
II You Want Your Laundry
Havo It dono by T1IK OIIINRSIS .
102 Broadway. Olothoa called for
and roturnod promptly.
8AM HOP 8ING & CO.
Whon In Motropolia
atop at tho
Betwqen Uh and Bth on Ferry -
ST. JAMES HOTEL
Kate . 75c and SI per Day I
Reilaurant, Popular Prices
. .i rhnrM. notatofk.
No. I Ilwl.uk or .u.w.. - j j,,
gffil aud'Kaiu Million, hoi
No.& 7. MittVr and cotU'o or t.a.... . . J"
tMr, toajt aua con. i.r
No. 8 TworKW.
Second Hand Goods
Hlghett caih prices pa,d
VILLIAM BOUOHNO & SON
8 Crt .trcet. W at" cartj ,
ihanieawKOO.U lor old.
J. W. Moore 5
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
to leavei, BltlS if All KlftdS.
i 7M ni uwr. u
nre particularly enroful in tlio laundering
of colored goodtt, lintnlllntr
each fii Biioh a way that oven ilyoa
wlilch nro not wnrnntod fawt will not
NeglhjeoHhlrts, starched and plain,
uhlrt walntH. Hon, Hockfl, otc, cleansed
ironed mid flnlahcd by tin Star Steam
In n nmnnor which cannot
(nil to picno.
STAR STfcAM LAUNDRY,
J. W. YOl'NC. & SON, Proprietors.
120 North Hh Ht. Loeco Mock.
JAMES A. WOODWARD
rolled St:iM War ( .Kim AKrnt nn.1 Notary
Public WR'f'llll.s a upocUliy. I'a.liirh,
McCrack.u county, l.y.
Undertakers and cmhalmcrs,
Store llp.Uenre TrlriiaonclW T.lethontlM 130 S T).il
DISL0MF0RTS 01 WAUSHIPS.
Dlsajtcciblf Condition of the Modirn
Sm Fijhtrr In a Gale.
A jHlimnil Ji'.t
llint, oven Willi n iiiuderatt1 pilo nl
tn, an rinnr, if pimj:
tht unul, will find iiiTclf in
eonditioiiK tiiniliir to thofu of in.
nt lnut the crew will have that
The iik I'luontK of the flern of llit
hiinro iolent mid terydisnrpealiU'
''llie aei, iti!.etl hy the
prow, sweep etintinuHlly over the -! 1 1
from Ixitt to tcrn. All uiiidoueainl
Mjrt holes inii't ami air
reaches the lower decks, vihen the
lit'nt inrrears uiitn'tirably, only
through artificial ventilator!'. With
the laii'ptinn uf the specially
t (iiiiniandJ)ritlge, all the uiR'ownd
iKirtiotH of the snip are imiat.iilli'
'ilniH thf hole crew mint learmui II
as thiv can the inferno of the closed
In such a no one can fotl
and w hrn there d a ttorin in
Hindi a mlni fhiji would feel com-
parativclt at eae, the crew ot nn
ship imagines itsolf to
be m a heavy hurricane which threat
ciir ileal ruction at every minute.
The lout, iiai row forqxirt of the
ship which is not borne lightly by
the water nml is re ntlered extremely
heavy by the rain ami the armored
deck and the cannon and torpedoes
forces the flu) in a high fc to
mid pilclnngs whiehareofukiud
that caiiuoj. bj; dcriljeiL
An Orjan of j
A bamboo organ has been built for
tho Jesuits' church at Shnnghni, and
is Eaid to organs watte of
metal. As ban l"" can be obtained
of nil diineli. i -. frmn thethickncfs
of a pen to piece- f a fool in diameter,
this natural material costs little more
than tho rimnle labor, and the notes
are beautifully soft and pleasant to
in thi: HUMAN
Uio Ke.siiltof linpcrfect Dlitcttlmi
Kvcry living thing, plant or anL
mal, contains within Itself the germs
of certain decay and death.
In the human body these germs of
disctse and death (called by scion-list
Ptomaines), are usually tlio result
of imperfect digestion of fowl 5
tho result of Indigestion or dyspepsia.
The stomach, from abuse, weakness,
does not promptly and thoroughly
digest the food. Tho result
is a heavy, sodden muss which
(tlio llrst process of decay)
poisoning the blood, making it thin,
weak, antl lacking in red corpuscles;
poisoning the brain pausing headaches
and pain in the eye.
Bad digestion irritates tho heart,
causing palpitation and llnally bringing
on disease of this very important
organ- . ...
Ik .lt....lln i.nl.nna till, . kill- .....
iiii'i 7.LIMII inrJ..j
neye, causing Brighfa disease anil
And Ibis is ao because every organ
and every nerve depends upon tho
stomach alone for nourishment nnd
renowal, and weak tligcstiou shows
Itself not only in los of appetite nnd
HcbIi, but In weak nerves and muddy
Tho great Knglisb selentUt, Huxley,
said tho best start in life is a
sound Htomacli. Weak stomachs foil
to digest food properly, because they
lack tho proper ipinntlty of digestive
peptogrnic products; tho most
rnmedv 111 all oases of ludigestion
is to laUo after each meal one or two
of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, be-cause
they supply in a pleasant,
harmlessfor.il all the elements that
weak stomachs lack.
Tho regular uso of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets will cure every form
of stomach trouble except cancer of
Thev increase llesh, insure pure
li'ooil, strong nerves, a bright eye
nnd clear complexion, bouauso all
iiirae result only from wholesome
food well digested.
Nearly oil druggists Stuart
Dyspepsia Tablets at f0 contH full
sized package or by mall enclosing
piico to Stuart Co., Mar.hr.il, Mich.,
but ask your druggist llrst.
A llttlu book on stomaoh ditrores
.mailed frro. Address biuari .o.,
((Marshall. Mlcu. .
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I l ?i -J?. J.-. -.-'.
I). A. Yl.lShlC. Wholesale Agent.
Aro Riven prompt nnd careful attention
by oxpcrloncod graduates
in pharmacy whon ontrunted to our
Our Immense Stock
KnnblcB U8 to glvo you "joat what
tlio doctor ordora." )
Wo dolivor medicines or preccripo
tloiiH promptly to nny part of th-city.
OEHLSCHLAEGER & WALKER
a SAID PASHA."
Lurjrrt ami Well Tleiispil Ail'
ilicncc nt Morton's Last
Tlio Crmi Opera Coinpnny
llulits Its llenrnr.s An -'
"Said Pasha'' was sung to a large
nnd deliL'htful audience at Morton's
opera bouse lust iiMit by the Grau n
company. The audience was one of
the largest and most representative
etiCr seen at Morton's and everybody
left'liiahly pleased with the "plendid
production of the celebrated opera.
The chorus was good, the costumes
gorgeous, and the singing excellent.
Despite tho fact that it was the company's
first appearance iu "Said
Pasha," the performance was remarkably
smooth, nnd if there were
any hitches, few noticed them.
The applause was well apportiontd
among the various characters. They
all descned it, for they were in good
roice, nnd succeeded in pleasing
Mr. C.rorgo liroderick, as "Said
Pallia," displayed his splendid voice
to advantage, and was complimented
especially for his enunciation. Mr.
Sylvan Langlions, ns"IIasscn Hey,"
proed himself to be a siDgcr of great
cultivation, as well as n good actor.
"Terntio," a M to. lean Nobleman, was
lutcipretcd by Mr. Harry Davis, the
leadinc tenor, who was a favorite
from the time he first appeared before
the footlights. Mr. MorrisAVhiih.as
"Kajslie," thecommauderof Altara,
won deserved applause, as did Mr.
Charles an Djnc, as "All Musfid."
Messrs. Dan Young ami Stanley
Felch, tho comedians, as "Hadad"
and "Nockey," furnished fun for
the audience, and the vein of comedy
that inns through the opera wis one
of Its most enjoyable features.
Miss Adcle Farriugton, the prima
domma, did not appear until the second
act, but she becamo n favorite at
once, and charmed the audience with
several solos. She has a strong,
sweet, and pleasing voice and imposing
appearance, nnd received several
encores. Miss Fannie Meyers
possesses an exceptionally fiuo voice,
also, and divided honors with Miss
Farriugton. Miss Gertrude Lodge,
as "Ilalah Sojah," did some clever
acting, and infused some appreciable
comedy iuto tho opera. Miss Carrie
Ward, one of the dancers, appeared
in a dance that tvoktd much applause,
and responded to an encore.
Mr. Walter Huberts, who was in
the chorus, received many compliments
for his excellent ba3so, although
he had no great opportunity
to show it outside tho chorus.
Mr. William Machelte. the musical
director, deserves special praise for
his untiring efforts, and annum
of the opera, and to him is
duo much of tho credit of the success
uf the performance
The costumes were among the
finest ever seen hero. Manager Grau
expects part of his orchestra hero this
afternoon, and if tliey come, will put
them on tonight. The chorus
Jno yoiccs as well as fiuo forms,
and in aho'it, tin) audience liked the
entiro performance, and nothing
better could bo said in behalf of the
Company. Tonight "Falka" will bo
(II 1 1. ..lt.....i ami 4lt
81111"'. UIO Cast IS t3 louona, ami mt
prospects arc for a large home
I'olbick, lullltary piririirr Qeorr,i'i',,'''"'
Tancrix!. Mnphew . .. ll.lll VlllDC
Arthur, r tlld nt . ... .,
I.av llroUerl'o lean Stanley IVIch
Mim t"iril Wur.l
ifonrtd . . Mnrrla Whlnh
Charles Yau Dynn
liuboky II leli LanclloLa
ThH S.TII.Ct)al Joun I.aylpn
.. .it nlunl It-nil. .1 k at the convent mliiiOl
I iti.duin. ,tlj. .,...1., Iiurilrr..nn
1' jtt iue, HMor o( UjIosMh M!a IMnnle Myers
Alci ni'pa Kelkliwu " I.;dire
i . Neiison I.ora
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sets of Juvenile Books for the
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folks. Kadi book charming, delightful,
captivating. Prices range
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each ovctllowing with happy illustra
tions. Tremendous Boilers.
like them. Four months golden
Imrvest for workers. Credit
given. Freight paid, lllggest commissions.
Outdt samples of all
four books free, Send twelvo 2 cent
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Concern, Juvenllo Dept. Chicago.
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I Chill Curo has Bayed thousands.
BREVITIES OF FUN.
Shu "Tho face is an index to tho
mind." lie "Then your mind must
made up." Indianapolis Journal.
Great deduction. A downtown
toy store displays this sign: "Fifty
dolls reduced to 2 dolls." Philadel
Pa "I underhand that our neighbor's
jon.vounir Converse, has cono to
tho war to mako a name for himself."
Daughter "Yes, pa, and for mc,
too." Richmond Dispatch.
"Well, ncaeo has been concluded,'
remarked Mrs. Snnggs. "I thought it
was the war1 wWcln had1 been concluded,"
replied Mr. Snaggs. Pittsburgh
Hard at It. "Hey, thcrcl" cried
the policeman, "your light's out." "I
know it 1" jelled the' ilcetiug bicyclist.
"Oil's all gone, and I'm trying to light
out, too." Philadelphia North
Mrs. Wiggle6 "Arc you going
away on a vacation trip this year?"
Mrs. Waggles "No, but my husband
going away for four weeks in September
on a business trip."
"Yes, he's going over to London
to-morrow." "What's he going over
there for?" "Another big scheme.
Ho is going to promote a company for
the purposo of furnishing introductions
to the British nobility at greatly
reduced rates." Cleveland Plain
Naturally. "I don't e how that
Spaniard came to lose so much money
at poker," remarked n soldier. "lie
was away ahead of the game at one
time." "Yes. Hut when he observed
lot of red, white and bluo chips in
front of him he lost his nerve."
A Street Lamp That Supplies Beef Tea,
CouVe and Cocoa.
A great deal of curiosity was manifested
in Leicester square, London,
recently concerning a novel-looking
street lamp. London is now furnished
with the llrst specimen of a
public light which also heats water
for those who require it, and furnishes
the comforting cup of cotreo or cocoa
at all hours of the day or night.
This obliging objtct in Leicester
Equaro has liau its predecessors in
Manchester and Liverpool, Southward
and Aldgate, but they have not
achieved its full scope of usefulness.
They have simply supplied hot water,
for those who liked to fetch it, at tho
rate of a pennv a gallon; but their
success had led to a development of
the fjstem known as "the Pluto patent.""
What further developments
mav be in store it is hard to say, but a I
lamp which can supply balf a breakfast
may perhaps be made to finish the
whole, and to Fiipplement the cotreo
with the boiled egg or stewed steak.
The principle is very simple. The
lamp stands some 1 1 feet high, and is
surmounted by a group of fivo
incandescent gas burners. Through
a connection with the main the water
comes right in, and generate steam
by means of the copper coils underneath
tho gas jets. This steam, ns it
descends, heats the water below, and
through a little window tho customer
can satisfy himself by reason of the
thermometer that it is really "on the
boil." A penny in the slot, a pull at
the handle, and a quart of
spurts out of the mouth of a fanciful
reproduction of the features of
As before intimated, the price else-where
is one penny for n g.illon, but in
the aristocratic region of Leicester
souare a higher price is adopted.
What, however, will be more appreciated
than anything else about the
Leicester square lamp ij the provision
for invigorating but innocent
refreshment. For a penny tho customer
can get a tabloid of beef tea,
with appropriate seasoning. He drops
It into a chained tin i"g, I'kvs an.
other half-penny for a supply of hot
water, and in the course of a few minutes
is the proud possessor of a half-
pint of fragrant beef tea. To procure
cocoa or cofTco is a still moro simple
matter, for it is "on tap," ready made,
dt the inpdest price of a ha'penny.
Tho adjuncts for "afternoon tea"
or early morning breakfast arc as yet
somewhat primitive, but they include
butter-scotch, chocolato cream, or,
what is likely to bo moro popular in
Leicester square, ho dainty pignrette.
Talo from Munchausen, Jr.
The other day I was on my bike,
when suddenly I saw n man on ahead
of me, I sounded my bell, but he took
no notice possibly thinking it was
muffins. By that time I wos too close
to him to turn either to tlio right or
left, so there was no other alternative
but o run pycr Jiini, whreh I reluctantly
When he arose I found I had divided
him from heel to crown in two
parts. Jumped otf my bike and
linMciifil toHpoegic, ''Jiy dear sir,"
said 1, " I hope 1 hne not inconvenienced
you much?" "Not nt all,"
said The fact
is 1 should have been in two places at
once tills tiutruit.g, and now I can
Querr Hngllah Telegraph Rites.
A London paper comments inter
cstingly on the anomalies of the Brit
ish post ofllco in the matter of telegraph
rates, and observes that tho
charges for certain words in tele
grams aro to conllicting as to ooquue
jncnr prehensiblc. While, for in-stance,
"father-in-law" counts as two
words, "mother-in-law" is passed as
one. Similarly, "ironworks," in the
mini, of tho pest ofllce, is one word,
while "steelworks" is counted fl two.
"Upstairs" and "downttairs" ore
treated in tho tame inexplicable manner.
There will bo an entertainment
next Saturday night at tho Pleasant
Grove Baptist chnrch.
A scries of entertainments arc being
given on the lawn In tho rear of
Mr. Joe Shannon, who has been
at work over in tho big city of St.
Louis, is at homo on a visit to his
When Hingling Brothers' circus 1
was iu Metropolis a short while ago
one of our young men went down to
take his best girl to tho show. Of
course a good number went from here ;
but out of the whole number it was
left for this young man to bring out
Paducah in bold relict. I
He had Jieen to the happy little
town down the river before In other
days and was well known by certain
of the fair sex. Ho had also played
favorites but when he attempted to
play it iu public and at a circus at
that, is where he struck a snag and
the devil was to pay.
All was well until he started into
the show that night, and ns the two
marched down the way to the entrance,
oblivious of all the past, ho
was suddenly relieved of his hat.
There he was. What must he do?
It would never do to go through
the show without bis hat, for it
would have been so much laughing
gns for everybody ; and it would
never do to create a disturbance
there under the circumstances, bo
while he is in this quandery of what
to do, n policeman comes to his assistance
nud procures his hat for him.
It is useless to say that he is as grateful
now to that copper as the Hough
Hiders are to the Tenth cavalry.
Mrs. Matilda Logan and daughter,
Miss Ada, of Pittsburg, Pa., arc visiting
tho family of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Kivel, on North Eighth street.
Mr. Mitchell Jackson ia on the sick
Miss Ada Kivel, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
Is the guest of Mrs. Mollic Myers.
TKA( nEKS' ASSOCIATION.
The McCracken county colored
teachers' association will convene at
the Pleasant Grove school home next
Saturday, Sept. LM. A full
is expected. The following it
10:00 Opening exercises.
10:10 Welcome address, U.
History, its purposes, Prof. E. W.
10:35 Spelling, its relation to
other studies, Misses Mattie Over-street
and Eva Townley.
10 H5 Hccitatlon, Miss Huth
11:00 Writing, its object, Miss
Ida S. Moody.
11:10 Language, why taught,
Mrs. Maggio Clark.
1 1 :20 Hccitatlon, Miss Kiln Husband.
1 :00 Opening exercises.
The object of tho teachers' association.
1 :25 Select reading, Miss Eula
1:35 Qicry box.
1 :50 Sour.
1:55 Grammar, its relation to
other studies, G. W. Harvey.
2 :05 Some of the defects of our
common school, Miss Addie Howell.
2:15 Miscellaneous business.
C. E Baimieu, V. P.,
Ellv Hfsiusp, Secretary.
Mr. Will Terry Is confined to his
room with chills and fever.
One example is worth a thousand
Mr. George Smith, nn employe nt
the I. C. railroad shops, got badly
injured yesterday by a shaft, He
was taken to the company's hospital
where at last hearing he was resting
easy. Mr. Bob Halo with whom he
had been boarding said late yesterday
evening that Mr. Smith would
be taken to his home as soon as ho
could get hhn there,
Mr, Smith MitQhersun, another
employe of the I. C. Hallroad company,
got a llugcr mashed off at tha
shops yesterday. Mr. Mitcherson
lives on Harrison street, between
E'cventh and Twelfth.
Miss Gertrude Jcukins, of Cairo,
111., who has been in the city several
months Mrs. Harry Givens
on South Seventh street, has returned
to h'T li'iiue after a hum' delightful
pon't forget tho cake walk tomorrow
Wo wjut everybody to li'ind us a
We learn that a pupil of the public
schools, wlio pagpd last June fur IJip
eighth giadc. made diligent of
her lime during the vacation and
stood a successful examination for
the ninth grade. Of course Uiis has
been done by others before, In tho
lust few j cars, but it Is a fact worh
noticing nnd well worthy tho consideration
of thoso who make preten
tious to a study of tho times. It
proves that our young people arc fat
coming to a realization of the facl
that intelligence is a prerequisite to
Elder J. W. Hawkins left
morning for Madlsqnvllleto.
tend an assoilalional meeting of
Baptists of tho First dlatrlct. The
asao.C;' , .1 convenes today.
v .'4!-, llVrt.Tt
IT ALL WILL COME OUT K101IT.
Whatever is cruel wrong,
Whatever is unjust,
Tho honest years that speed along
Will trample in the dust.
In restless youth 1 railed nt fate
With all my puny might,
But now I know If I but wait
It all will come out right.
Though vice may don the Judge's gown
And play the censor's part,
And fact be crowned by falsehood's
And nature ruled by art ;
Though labor toils through blinding
And idle wealth is might,
know the honest, earnest years
Will bring it all out right.
Though poor and loveless creeds may
For pore religion's gold ;
Though ignorance may rule the mass
While truth.mects glances cold
know a law complete, sublime,
Controls us with ita might,
And In God's own appointed time
It all will como out right.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
Extravagance is the advance agent
Good behavior is a necessary ad
junct to our race's progress.
Do you owe the Sun ? Then why
don't yau pay it?
The government seems to know a
good thing when it sees it. It is
holding on to the colored soldiers.
The Afro-American league meeting
at Hochcstcr, N, Y, and the Afro
Auiericau state convention at Louis
ville, Ky., aro rare events which justify
their expediency and necessity a
thousand fold. If only the glory of
the individual sinks out of sight and
gives way to the consideration of the
good ot the race, these meetings will
not fail to become euginc3 of power
in the great endeavor toward racial
betterment. Christian Hecorder.
Djn't you know Plantation Chil
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HOW TO HAM-. A CLI2AU SKIN
FREE FROM PIMPLE.
To be beautiful and have a fair
skin, you must have pure blood and
good health. To do so,' purify the
blood and build up the health with
the bcstTonic and Blood Purifier of
the age, Botanic Blood Balm ("B. B.
B.") It is the old standard and reliable
remedy. It never fails to cure
all mnnner of Blood nnd Skin diseases,
including pimples which are
caused by poison in the blood.
A lady friend of initio has for several
years been troubled with bumps
and pimples on her face and neck,
for which she used various cosmetics
in order to remove them and beautify
anil improve the complexion ; but
these local applications wero only
temporary, and left her skin in
worse condition. I recommended
an internal preparation known as
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.),
which 1 have been using and selling ;
she used three bottles and all pimples
hnve disappeared ; her skin is
soft nnd smooth and her general
health much improved. She ex
presses herself much gratified, and
can recommend it to all who are thus
affected. Mns. S. M. Wilson,
Iron Mountain, Texas.
Blood Halm (B. B. B.), $1.00 per
largo bottle, all druggists. Send for
book free. Blood Balm Co., Atlanta,
Plantation Chill Cure is made by
I'crce of Habit,
Scene is a barbershop,
"poos the razor hurt you?"
"Shall I" shut the door?"
"Shave you pretty close?"
"Is the draft too strong?" '
"Getting very warm?"
No reply. "' r
"That was a very good etorm last
"Awful tiro last night r",
No reply. ".
"Brilliantine on mustache?"
"Bay rum?" i
Then tho barbci, who was all alone
in his breezy shop, sat down greatly
refreshed, lie had been shaving himself.
New Haven Union.
Collecting a Debt in India.
The legal practice of fitting at a
debtor's door and not eating until the
debt is paid still cbtaiu in India, and
ij (is old ai the laws of Maim. The
debtor tloee not dare to let the creditor
starve, for he would then be held for
murder, and the relatives of the de
ceased would engage in a bloody van-delta.
)llheat Inhabited Spots.-The
two highest inhabited spots
on eauti nre two mining camp m t lie
Anile, one of w Iiith lias an deration
10O REWARD .$100.
Tne. reoiler of tnls .uper Mill te ,)lae.l to
learn tout there U at least one ill
euetbJUclence t Iwetiblo to enre In all
Its and that U Catarrh. lUllM Catarrh
Curt' 1 Urn only nomtive cure unuwn tuiiie
ii..l r...d.nlit fi.t.irrh lit'lUtfn COImtl
tutlouul ilHeue, require a roiMtltulloiul
rentroeut. H.U'8 Cariirrb Cure Ijwkjnln
i.r.,ill. nrtlni'd iret V uiwn the Mood ami
mucous surfaces ot the nyatrm, there!))- ile
trnvlntr the foundation or in u;.eai.e, mm
KlTliiu tno iKituut atrenuth by bulldlnc up the
oniitlliiiloa and ilstlpg nature indoluiMta
nru. The nronrletoM have no much faith Iu
it eiiratlvB toMeni. that they offer One Iltin
ed DolUra for any eaao thi .1 It falla to cure.
Md for Hal of teallroonlala.
Ail4!riu. V. J CI1ENEV 4. CO , Toledo, O
so: idttf DrU7lttI.T5
tUU'A Uvl'llUMethO b.
If it falls to cure go to your merchant
AND GET YOUR HONEY BACK.
We will refund to him. Price 50 cts.
VAN VLEET-MANSFIELD DRUG CO..
Sole Proprietor, MEMPHIS, TENN.
J. a. C.IUWMT
WELL, IF THAT DON'T BEAT THE BAND
( ire SPAAlSrVJ
-a kA'y W.ifrfl
jrjjjjJW VICTOR I0jy I
Uncle Sam says. That's whatyou will say
when you see our extremely low prices on
furniture and house furnishings for the month
of August. We are offering special bargains
in furniture, iron beds, stoves, carpets,
trunks, etc., for the month of August, in
order to make room for our fall stock. Now is
the timo to buy cheap.
We are also manufacturers of all kinds ot
mattresses and awnings. The leading upholsterers
and repairers of furniture in thejeity.
Your credit is good.
Everything in Its
iUR stock of staple
0' complete and up - to
of canned coods.
unexcelled, having everything in the line of
fresh and saltmeats.
Cor. 9th and Trimble-
Is rapidly becoming tho favorite with
others, for the reason that it is
IIANOLKD IK BOTTLES AND nt THK KKQ BT
PADUCAH BOTTLING CO.
F. J. Bcrgdoll, Proprietor. Tenth and Madison streets
Telephone 101. Orders filled until 11 p.m
'Mn Pop, Seltzer Water and all kinds of Temperance &'
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF
C. H. & D. to MICHIGAN
THREE TRAINS DAILY
FINEST TRAINS! IN OHIO FASTEST TRA.NS IN OHIO
Michigan nnd tho CJront Lakes
Everybody will bo thoro
ation inquire of your
Miss Mary R. E. Greif & Co
AGENTS. . .
l REPAIRING t
All work guaranteed.
fV. W. GREIF,
Court Street bet. ad and 3d.
ONE TRIAL BOTTLE
This Offer Almost
Minvprrptrationi ntenJ"i f batli the
tnnio rffttct on tho l.in. lfecu ta aiimm Jill toraplcilon Tonic tin such n nct, It
wbr alt rmr mimetic Imam!! fil, Thii gret rvmotty. tlutov irni Itjr thj Mumi
Hi lf t 1 J vrumtul ruiuplciioti tl .Nu, T fr if th Avenue, Nw otk I itjaCurrirauH all
hit hi nil, which lli blooU force to the mtUct ot thf Unly ll ivhtlartln and viUtixing
ikLrutLr atutiluxi. i reckltit. iiiuil. UackbiaU. moth imtiHf. miakte. ItTtr ttot. roufhaet.
fcWIp V tW --
TiUfMlSSBS SBLL. 78
BROS. & CO.
203-205 South Third.
IS THE RECORD
and fancy eroccrlcs Is
- date. Splendid lina
Our meat market is
P. F. LALLY
tho people of this city. It leads all
gold Inl'aducaiiby W. B. MoPlmrC6r. 4 lb and Urowlway..
THE SPANISH GUNS!
constantly growing in popularity.
this summer. For inform
noarcst tickot agent.
An External Tonic Applied ti tbe
Skin. Beantlf let It a by Magic.
THE DISCOVERY AGE
Belief AWenun wu the Inventor.
COmrlior. htfe fatted, tine ikij do nol proJuc a
uiuneia una erii,iiona aiaijari anu (ue aum v
coiui toft and tutjr a a baby a,
lh M.ia UU wilt thia month ctfa to all wbo
cnllat their parlr,a free trial bottle oCthair Com
Tunic Itioaebo live at a diatance may
tlttum free buttle by apnilioff 75 cent a In atWer or
aUtut lo corrr tne coit o( p team and deuvt ring
1ti prico of tbU wonderful Unto U On Dollar a
The M i4a Bairn new bock. u lHcrta ot TV ant j."
la veil fr n. ll teile bow a woman can gain and
a"p a koihI compltitou. bpeciatl chaptere on the
car 01 iia nair, now to preserve ue coior ana r
lu lire. e?n to n advaured age. Alw bow to tail
. .1.1 a! m. i...tliiAiid tl nth tli a dfe.lr atn.l a(ai hw
114 VI VBfv .-.' a'-.! v. mt.V M BUa HI IHV V IIU" V
out Injury to tha akin. Tbia valuable book will La f
mallaatuany auiirvaoatCiael, Currc.Miaa.ac
I eordLUr olill4."I Ad Jrt...
Pitt Hf, New York tty.