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are particularly careful In tlio latin
doring of colored kooiIh, hnndllntr
each In such a way that ovon dycH
which aro not warantoil fast will not
Negligee- shlrtfl, starched and plain.
Bhlrt waists, ties, hocUh. otc, demised
Ironed and llnlshud by tin HtnrStonin
Laundry In a manner which cannot
fall to ploaao.
STAR STEAM LAUNDRY,
J. W. YOUNO & BON, Iroirlutora.
120 North 4th St. Ueco Mock.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
Tlma Table In p3j"I J ilr 3. .
COUISVIM.U ANI MKMl'HlS DIVISION
NOKTB HOUND No CUt No &
New OrUitu 7 a) pm 9 00 ra
J'kMa. Mlm.lt 47 tin I w ira
tfempbl .7 W am I W pm
J k wa Teun.10 n am 10 15 pm
Cairo, 111 .. lOtt m
rnlion ... ,tt3&paiU0l am
I'Klacib ...t06pm III am 9 00 am
J'aducah ..t ISptn 1 am 7 41 am 4 00pio
Princeton .. It&pmi40m IUio eoDpm
ETauiTlIU . 8 W pm W am
llopklMYSIU I M pm 7 to pm
Nortonrtlle 4 4Spm ISO am 10 41am
Onlral City sa pm 4 mam II w am
llorta llracch W pm 01 am I W pm
Owatuboro 10 00 pm 00 am 3 (i pm
UiuNrllle ,1000pm 7.40am 10) pin
ClacUnill . 7 10 am H4Sau
ttotrru an 90 til SI
Cincinnati 1 10 am 6 41 pru
UnuUtllU) , ,.7 30 am a pin 30am
Owmtxrn , 8 (A am
CaalralClit .. ,llium ISMitm l )ptn
Ilnpkluarlll , Mt 40pm
. 8 II am 0 30 pm
l'l lucrum ... It 40 pm 1 am 3J 3 1.1 pm
1'aJaeah .! 10 pm 3 41 am IliOai 40pir
PaJncah.. . . , .tS)rra34m4rt)p
Fallon ..IMpm&m tn7ul p
Cairo .6 ) pm
Jackon,Tnn 1 0.1 piu
kltmpbl. . i a 30 pm e lit am
Jackoa, UIm,. . J i am I M pm
OrwnTlIl" MU , . laoptn
Vlckiburtr , S ( am 41 pm
Nalcbnx ,8 30 am
rw Orlani. .. .... 30 am7 4.1pm
HT. LOUIS DIVISION.
OHTII OUKt. lt H
Loare I'atlncah .. .. ...It Ik pin, e tfcpn
Arrtr si. Lout ... 7.41 p in, 7 IS an
otrrn ovkd ail u
LaaveSl. Uonli.... ... i Oil am, m pn
aitIt radican , , lUpu, 730au
An .! mn Aftiir fvnttt thOM. markvO
with a alar, wblcb lo not iub on Sunday,
Hot aa ami al carry Pullman
can aad fr ructlnlnp chair car twtwera Tin
elnnatl ana Nw OrUaun. Pullman lfpr
btwrn KraniTllIn and MrinphU
Tralni toi and tut rnnwlld tiwfrn Clncln
call and New Orlram, carrylue Pullman but
Vralnf S34andill run aolld U'twcn Padu
can and llcipklnilllc
Vir laformailou, tlckcU or imcrTatlona
apply to A II. llauon.tJ P. A . Clilcaco, III
W. A. Krllood, A ti P A . UilllaTlllo, KV
C. C. McOaity. II P A., hi LouH, or. J,1
Donovan, U.AiPaducan lit'
JUNE 1 TO NOVEMBER!
Best reached from tho Bouth, east and
west by tho
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
In elegant equipment, consist-toe
of reclinlnR chair enrs
(eata free of .extra charge),
Pullman buffet sloeplng cam
REDUCED RATES FROM ALL POINTS
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
fioo agent for tlckota, timo tables and
JR. T. O. MATTHEWS, T. P. A.
If Yom Want Your Laundry
Have It done by Till! CHINESE
102 Broadway. Oloths called for
nd returned promptly.
SAM HOP SINO A CO.
Wtaon In Metropolis
top ai the
Between 4th and 6th on Ferry -
ST. JAMES HOTEL
Kale and $1 per Day
fleitauranl, Popular Prices
No. I llMsUtctk or mutton chop. Ktaoos,
cakis or or ta
wlin and caUen
No.S pork chop" ...
or wmM. art f . or t
No. I.ak trout, pu .. --. - y - ,-.
ns ana cour, -- - .-,, -v :
No. VaS, b"uer:t."" .?"'?.." !"
T.Ui.turket iitrw'l cars'ilifei i'Co hotel
Kv KuK I'M. CliaiMt ami --
only pay for hyr "miW.KU ir.Mmi
Second Hand Goods
Hlflhcttcaih piicc paid by
WILLIAM BOUGKNO & SON
we al c.rrv a ime new
, .tree., out
w".::JrVVl,h,. We .r
J. W. Moore f
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Cinmi 6m1s ( All Kinds.
gr eWivtry to all parts ot tbe city
i'fcr'&nV. Jf w" -' ':
JAMES A. WOODWAflD
I'nltHl Bum War ruim M tu nml N'r
Public VOUCH Kits a I'Artnrali
Undertakers and cmhalmcrt.
8vort Telephone lit 130 S'P'H
. II llmlun.W S II Jr
IIUSJIANDS & UAIjDWKMj
ATTOHNI'.YH ANH COl'NSII.OIl1. AT LAW
1374 South 1'niirtti St , l'.ulurih, Ky
Will traction In all ccmrtu ol lliln com
inonwcilti. romincrcltl litigation ami civm
In liabiirupicy a
A. L. LASSITER
National ItanU UiillJttiir Tulr.l P.ix'r
l'Allt'l All K
1 I It OR FOB NECESSITY
-nil aro Interested. A subject In
which therein general intercut In tho
subject of glasses. There iiro few
people who do not need thorn. Mny
run groat risk in not having them.
Wo lit your eyes nnd i?ivo you better
lKht. You nro pleased with what wo
do for your oyes. I charge jou 81.00
to 81. M) for snnio (piallty spoctnelcs
other parties cliargo you 83.60 to 85
J. J. 1ILKICII,
"LET US HAVE PEACE'
"I'enro hath her victories no less re
nowned thnn war '
'To tho victors belong tho spoils."
To our customers belong the profits
tins week. Wc have met tne
enemy and -we've got 'em.
WE HANK SILENCED THK
FOIM'.'i of prices with the bar-
i;:ii tit wc told tti the traile. tiur
llfjuri's, at all tiines the LOW h.M
now knock all the rest in the nliaile
From our dies uoods msiv vet lie tc
leeteil some cliuitc thin" in hot
nealher stuff, on which wc won't
(tutc any prices, though others do
that for n bluff. These, uoods you
can hve n you nisli them ; yourself
make the prices to suit. Ami when
iiti have Kpcnt n few tlollars oti .et
a line piclttrc to boot. We archill,
ing the handsomeit DUKSS SlII I'S
cwthoIiI in this end of Ihe Mate;
for Kss thiin the uootN fan be
boulit at, all home made and riht
up to date. Our LAIHh v. i-.ah
ploaics the fairest, and looks Ioiuty
on nreaturei lens fair; Our si lex,
which are ever the rarest, "are
charminu," fair women declare. And
the men folks never foruct iw, when
i.e.ding NICE SHIRTS ami KINE
SHOES. Tl.ey know we keep the
assortment from which they can
Our SHOES are me nesi aim
cheapest on lop of the earth or be
low nnd every last pair is as "soiui
as the rocks in the Forts of Morro.
You may fancy this quile out of rea
son, but a trial will prove u is
true. Just lo wind tut for the Ma
son, FORTY CENTS Iiuis n LOW-QUARTER
In GAITERS ami HI riu.ft aim
LACES wc can lit every foot to a
,,i. .1 ufjouin Georgie, how dainty
your feet look!" ' wear Dorian's
shoes don t you seef
Rich nennle are pleased with Ihe
bcautyof our LINENS, LACE CUR
TAINS and RUGS, ami ouicr ioiko
think it n duly to follow the taste
of "big bugs.
Our trade w increasing ami
licallliv our prices creating n muss;
we hold fust the It title of the wealthy,
and 'lite poor wc hnc alwajs with
Our 1'lCTl'RES Hie tints of
niMOKTAWln every "flwcclhomu"
ouclit to be, when just for n
few dollars purchase, jou re wel
come to some of tliein irec.
All will admit the nbovc contiius
"more truth thnn poetry."
Eerbody come to this winding-up
sale of the season.
NO. 205 BROJOWAY, PADUCAH. W,
ST. LOUIS EXCURSION
Via Illinois Central RttilomI,
MONDAYOCT. 3, 1898.
ONLY . FOR THE ROL'ND I RIP
Goo I only on npcri'il Irain leaving
l'tidttcah Union ilcpot at Jl a. in.,
nnd reluming on any regular train,
to and including tinln No. ;!0I, leaving
St. Louis at 8 o'clock a. in.,
'I huso ticket a will l" irnod :i lioli
dnjH in St. LollU.
Tnis will givo purchasers an opportunity
to x tlio great Veiled
Prophet parade on Tuesdny niglit,
Oct. Itli, also to visit lite exposition
several times, mid take in Ihe great
St. Louis Fair, especially "Big
The "Olympii," 'Ccnlury,""Itn.
porinl," "llavlin's," "Standard,"
nnd "Columbia lliraiers nit uu in
full blast and offer special attractions.
This i one of our special events, nml
is n great opportunity.
td J. T. Donovan, Agcut.
II. A. Wholesule A
Aro given prompt and caroful at-It
ntlon by oxporionctd graduates
in pharmacy when entrusted to our
Our Immense Stock
KnabloH us to glvo you "just what
tho doctor orders."
Wo deliver modloinos or proscrino
tlons promptly to nny pnrt of tli.
QEHLSCHLAEGER & WALKER
One of the worst nuisances on
earth, according lo nn oltl hotel man,
is the check lleud the man who always
writes a check when he owes
a man, no matter for what amount.
If he comes iu and slays over all
night he will, just before leaving,
with a lordly air, take out his check
book and writo a check for $1.00 or
SI 'Jo, and think the lintel man is
doing honor to himself to take it.
Since the war revenue stamps have
become n necessary evil, the check
(lend is mere n nuisance titan ever.
He ahvn3 has his check book, but
Hcldotn carries icvcnuo stamps with
him, hence tho hotel man lias to furnish
tii tu wilh one.
There is one well known man who
resides in nnothcr city nnd often
coitus to l'aducah. When he does
ho usually stops at a hotel, and never
fails to give a check. He often
writes llicin for one dollar, ami no
sarcastic remark the thorotighlj disgusted
clerk can make phases him.
He continues to .conic ami write his
one dollar checks.
t t t
The recent grand jury was in session
as long as court itself was. Being
on the grand jury has become a
"soft snap." Wheti a man gets on
it he is feared anil respected, eveu
tlio' it may lie for only one week. He
has nothing to do but unearth the
evil ot the community, smoke his
pipe nnd draw his per diem, which in
many instances is more than he would
draw iu his regular business. One
man who had been on the grand jury
for several v ears, was left out this
tunc, and became very angry at the
sheriff for not putting him on.
The recent grand jury, however,
did good work, and was commended
by. lodge Husbands for it. Thirty
or forty indictments were returned,
and doubly that number investigated.
There ws an era of dullness among
the (-ports during the sitting, but
now most of llicm have returned to
town, nnd resumed the even tenor of
their way. 'There'll not be another
grand jury until December'
t t t
And speaking of tlio grand jury, it
is going the rounds that some of the
indictments found by it will not
stick. It is chimed that one or two
members are not housekeepers, as required
by lavtr. In fact, at least one
of them is hoarding. Some of the
indictments have already stuck ami
the accused convicted, but no contest
was made on the above grounds.
In other cases, it it said, a light will
be made when they come to trial.
'Two or three years ago a case was
thrown otu of couit on account of
ono of the members not being a
t t t
Mayor Lang has a comical clerk iu
Ids drug stoie. He used .o part his
hair in the middle, but now wears the
"crease" on the side. The oliauge
was thus brought aluiu : One day
not long ago a darkey catered the
to make a purchase. The
young man wns standing behind tho
counter, with only his head visible
above the show case. '1 he darkey
walked back, looked uneasily at the
clerk with his slick, plastered hair,
parted in the center, and started
The mayor chanced to lie in, and
intercepted him before ho reached
ihe door, to wait on him.
Tho darkey said he didn't believe
he wanted anything, but at thi
juncture the clerk with the bifurcated
hirsute endowment emerged from be-hind
the show case and became
visible. The darkey grinned.
"I wants some medicine for bowel
trouble," he .aid, as his grin broadened.
"1 seeu tlut young man dar,
and fntiojit lie wu. n gal ho hub his
Uu'r parted so funny. 1 (loan' Ink
to av a lady for bowel tiieiiciue, yo'
The delicacy of feeling exhibited
by the customer Iiad no apparent effect
on the young inan, however.
He never parted his hair in the middle
Tho same youth was in the rear of
llie establishment the other day,
busying hluuclf wjth his early moritt
ing duties, when tho mayor heard an
awful crash from behind the prescription
esse, followed by a doleful
nud prolonged, Oh, Lordy!" Ho
thought the boy was killed and
rushed back to render all necessary
tissHlauca to the corpse. He found
liitn bending hysterically over a $?
bottlo of chloroform, which had been
utterly demolished. The boy was
not overconiQ by tho (times of the
drug, .but by ear of having forever
llliURi IIIHPII 'ikMnilKliIiMll
ruined himself over tho loss of ll.
He was told to never mind the bottle,
as the druggist's relief at finding him
unhurt was aulllcient to compensate
him for the loss of the chloroform
J ! 1
Some of tho telegraph messengers
have diicovcred a new form of diversion,
which borders on scientific investigation.
The customary pastime
of telegraph messengers is rending
dime novels, if the comic papers arc
to bo relied upon, but the Padticali
messenger boy is nothing if not un
conventional. Then, he has read all
the dune novels, nnyhow, and most of
the nlcklc ones.
The new diversion wilh which they
now occupy their spnre lime is exterminating
the somewhat bounteous crop
of grasshoppers that lufest the city.
This they do by means of the switch
board in the telegraph olllce, which
as everyone knows who has ever
touched one, is heavily charged wilh
electricity. They place the insect on
the board and watch his terpsichorcnn
exhibitions as tlio electricity gets
onto bis curves. After he hns turned
his toes to the daisies, and apparently
dead, they lay him aside nnd see him
gradually come to life, while the experiment
is tried on another unfortunate
victim. It is claimed by some
of these young scientists that grasshoppers
can stand several successive
applications of the electrical current,
nnd after the first one can jump
about twice as fur as they could bo'
fore the invigorating lluid wns ad
t t t
Councilman Elliott was standingon
the corner of Fourth and court the
other day discussing sewerage with
some friends when bis seven-) car-old
son came along.
"Look here, son," he said, as ho
assumed a -precocious expression to
suit the occasion, ami beckoned his
offspring to come to him, "I thought
1 told you you couldn't come down
"Y'ou said I couldn't come down
town wilh you," piled the boy with
a diplomatic grin, "and 1 didn't I
came by myself."
The councilman's friends began to
smile at his discomfiture, and he gave
the boy a nickle in recognition of his
t t t
A sanctimonious looking colored
individual came plodding along near
the market house the other morning-He
had a ministerial appearance, and
just as ho had run the gauntlet of tho
colored Jehus ami cpress drivers
who haunt the vicinity, one of the
latter "crowed." It was a pretty"
fnir imitation of the chanticleer, and
wns immediately taken up and echoed
all along the line by- the others, who
appeared to take a peculiar delight
iu the diversion.
The parson, if he really was one,
looked very much embarassed, but
did not deign lo look around. The
chorus of crows followed him, and
did not cease until lie readied the
corner, and after once looking revengefully
at his tormentors, disappeared.
A gentleman who happened to witness
the incident asked one of the
drivers what they meant by "crowing"
at the dignified looking pedestrian.
"We cotched hiinsttalin' chickens
one niglit," was the laughing reply.
"Oh, that's no sin," rejoined the
"Y'es, boss," was the answer, "but
dnt iilggHlt got caught."
t t t
Judging from the expressions from
Third Kentucky boys who have been
home on furloughs, there is every
prospect of being sent to Cuba on
garrison duty when the weather becomes
colder, and the Spaniards are
sent home. The boys nro mostly in
favor of returning home, now that
thcro is no prospect of more fighting.
True, the hardships they had to
formerly endure are things of the
past, but the novelty of camp life
lias worn off, and they do not care
about prolonging it. There has been
some talk about the understanding
that they were to be given their discharges
at tho conclusion of the war,
and a great many of them went into
tho army with that impression, and
are now complaining because they
caunot secure their rclcaso. There
is no obligation on prt of the government
to release them now, however,
it is claimed by some, in the
first place because the war in not necessarily
over, and will not be, literally,
until peace is ratified and all
differences adjusted. Then, the enlistment
obligation says "for two
years unless sooner discharged," if
reports are correct, and tltii does not
make it incumbent, on the govcrment
to release them until It gets ready
but simply makes it optional with tLe
LOW JtA'l -:S TO ST, LOUIS.
On actional of the St. Lotus I all
Festivities the Illinois Central Railroad
Company will on Tuesday, Sept.
liith and each succeeding tuesilay
until Oct. tiftth sell tlekvts to St.
Louis and return nt one and one third
fare for the round trip, good for
On Thursday, Sept. 1Mb and each
succeeding Thursday until Oct. 27th
at one fare for the round trip, good
for three days.
On account of Ihe St, Iwis Fair,
tieket3 will be sold from Oct. 'J until
Oct. 8th Inclusive at oue fare for the
round trip, good returning until Oct.
10th. J. T. Donovan, Agent, td.
Don't experiment, but get the old
reliable limitation Chill Cure.
.MEDICAL SOCIETY fllFHS.
The Faducah Medical ami Surgical
society meets Wednesday night at
tho Uoyd infirmary with Drs. Roddick
and Rivers. It will be the flrd
meeting since reorganisation for the
PAID FOR NOT LAUGHING.
(low an Intelligent Stranger Inherited a
"Fifteen j cars ago," taitl tho intelligent
stronger, "I lauded on the?o
shores from Euglund u friendles9and
inexperienced jouth, and my entire
wealth was one pound sterling," fl)?
the New York Commercial-Advertiser.
"More by accident than anything
else, reaching the state of Missouri,
I stopped one afternoon in the
course of my quest for work, at a
huge, fantastic, weather-stained old
frame house, where, iu response to
quite n pressing invitation, 1 readily
igreed lo stny over night, l'lenriicd
later Unit the proprietors of theliouso
mil farm wore two very rich sister?,
ho, with tlio grown family of one of
the I jd n a the other being a spinster
both resided on the premises.
"Supper over, we drew our chairs
round the stove to indulge country
fashion in n general confab. Tin5
:omp.iny consisted of the two sisters,
nitli the live sons, all joung men full
ot animal spirits and deviltry, and
the two big daughters of tho married
Indv, besides three of the hired help
mi myself. Ky and by, having
mentioned that I had
lived in London, I became a
hero in a small way at once, nnd I had
to reply to all sorts of questions sug
gesled'bv tlio supposed drefldfulne
of the I'nglUh capital ns a place of
abode. Ktit lo my no little surprise
and ehnrgrin, as I was- in the act of
uttering these words: 'There's nol
a tliiv in the utio wiuioiu one or
more" cases of murder and suicide occurring
in London- there suddenly
burst forth Mich a roar of laughter,
again ami again renewed, and contributed
to by every male throat but
my own, ns is only once in a dog's age
heard outsido bedlam. However, bj
a side look I immediately perceived
that tho maiden sister, who sat in the
rear, and not myself, was the unintentional
cause of the merriment
She wore a wig. ns it proved, which,
while dozing with her head on the
table, she managed somehow io shake
or pull off, exhibiting n poll as destitute
of hirsute adornment ns 8
"Tho spectacle was ns comical s
one ns I liad ever witnessed, but by
an nlmot superhuman effort I restrained
my risibility, being
thereto by ray heartfelt sympathy foi
the poor creature. Thorough young
grangers, however, didn't know what
sympathy was. They wanted to mala
the most of tho occasion. One oi
them having deftly snatched the wig
it was for several minutes bandieo
like a ball from hand to hand nnd
high ui) into the rafters. Jusl
r. the cruel pastime was beginning
to f lg from sheer physical weariness
the abiued headgear lauded in my
Tnp, upon which, with a Mile move-
nit nt of my arm, 1 deposited it on the
table within reach of the ovvnir, but
betrayed no sign whatever that I haJ
the remotest idea where it belonged
Not only that, but affecting to treat
tho wig episode altogether as simply
an ruble coincidence, I went
to extravagant length ol
pretending to imagine, in order tc
keep up the fiction, that the whole
phenomenal hilarity was nn
ridicule nnd disbelief of my recitals
as to the surpassing wickedness
of tho British metropolis. 'Why
boys I went on, 'you think I'm romancing
touching the great city'i
murders and other crimes) but you
forget that London has a populntior
of nearly -1,000,000 souls.' Shonti
of 'nil rltrht, boss!' 'wc understand!
'go ahead!' greeted me, but, apparently
quite nettled, I paid no attention,
but proceeded with my rebuke. 'You
forget that there are more Jew s there
thnn in .Teni'alenijinorelioinaiisthaii
in Homo, more Scotch thnn in Edinburgh.
Just think of that.'
"Xext morning I accepted n propo
sitipn to engage for six months to tic
fliorcs about tho place. Long before
the six months expired I had
something very much more substantial
than inference in support of mj
belief that my conduct had been
noted and appreciated. In 13 weeks
to a day from my entering th(
house, the unmarried sister suddenly
sickened, and, after an Hint's ot
siv, day's, died. When her vtill was
probated, it wns found, to my unutterable
that, having out a few Insignificant
bequests to friends and old servants
she had made inc her sole heir, ns a
t inn, of
gallnitry of a noble Christian
gentleman on a certain
btrtd evening! The personal property,
ineltidii'g stocks, bond-, note-,
etc., amounted to wnily
and, iu addition, tho half interist ol
the ilert.iM'd in the fiiini became
"You tniul come In to dinner," he
insisted, in n he.tity lone of voice.
(,Xo no," said the "rcallv,
"1 cannot taken rcftwil," returned
the cannibal king, firmly, "you certainly
must conic in to d':uier."
And the missionary did go in. N.
Wife (who has tlio' foreign Ian.
gunge "spasm") "John.doyouknow
I'm getting on splendidly with my
French V I nm really beginning to
thitJc In the language." Husband
(interested in his jupcr) "Is that
so? Let mo hear you think a littlo
svhile in French." Our Dumb Animal.
A Tangled Web.
Tommy "Pa, why aro singlo
women called spinsters?" Pa "I
.expect it's because they arc always
spinning a web to catch a man."
Dan't vou know Plantation Chill
J .Cure is guaranteed to cure you?
EVEUYTHING HEADY I'OK
The Nineteenth Session to lie
Culled Hero Will Lnst Six
l)iis lilnliop Salter to
The all-absorbing topic for the
week and for weeks to come will be
the Methodist conference which convenes
iu its nineteenth annual session
in this city next Weducsday morning
at 9 o'clock in Kurk's Chapel, A. M.
E. church, and continuing thereafter
for six days. Hundreds of Methodists
will he in l'aducah during the
conference session, and this will
mean slaughter to tho inhabitants of
many a hennery, and the ministers,
who are well acquainted with the
old-time way the public has enjoyed
a joke on their appetite for fowl, in
the meantime will have a feast of
such hospitality as only the people of
this locality arc capable.
Sessions of the conference will be
held each forenoon, leaving the afternoon
for the work of committees.
There will be in the neighborhood of
100 ministers in attendance. The
business transacted will be a review
of the past year's work throughout
the conference. The character of
the preacher will be passed upon,
nnd the individual work of each reported
in open conference.
The conference will be presided
over by Rt. Rev. M. 1$. Salter,
bishop, known as one of the strongest
nnd most beloved of bishops.
At the clow of the conference an
nouncements will be made ot ap
pointments for ureachers for the com'
ing year. No one can say positively
what changes are to be made, but the
preachers must take the positions ap
pointed for them bv the bishop.
The Episcopal address, by Hishop
Salter, will be delivered Y etlijesiiay
morning, In this address tho public
always has a deep interest and it will
bo hard to obtain a seat at the hour
when it is to be delivered. Other
important addresses will be thoso on
"Education" and "Missions."
There will be receptions from time
to time to ralievc the mind of the
care of what promises to be a buiy
There will be hundreds of visitors
from neighboring towns, ami our city
will be ovcrtlowing with strangers.
At the Sunday school exercises at
the A. M. K. church Sunday afternoon,
a report was made of the work
of tho conference year which closed
last Sunday. A large audience was
present and the reports were gratify
ing. The untiring zeal of Supt.
Jones to make the Sunday school
what it should be hns not been without
Evangelist T. I. Smith, Kaptist,
occupied the pulpit at Washington-street
church morning and evening
Revs. W. E. Glover and W. S.
Haker returned Saturday
where they had been in
upon the First district
Rev. Samuel George Wilson, of
Chicago, is in the city.
The Charitable Hible band will
meet tomorrow evening at the Young
Men's 1'ridc hall on Kroadway near
Third. All members expected to be
Mrs. RobriT Minus, of North
Twelfth sltccl, has on Ihe sick
list forseveial dava Willi iheuuiatism.
They came dovwi at 12 o'clock to do
business. Tin- jiiu was at high noon
ami shining with all the radiance of
ami autumn sun on a Sunday; but
there was one thing which put ono in
mind of early morning and that was
the scarcity of people on the streets
at that lit'iir they were all at
Mr. Crump, of Campbell street, Is
on the sick list.
Miss Mabel Hendou, of Campbell
street, is on the sick list.
Efforts are being made by tho
members of the C. M. K. church to
have a big rally on tho second Sunday
in October. Fvcry member
should do his and hci part to help
liquidate the indebtedness with whioh
the church is burdened.
Covenant meeting was held at the
Fiut ward Kaptist church last evening
; Bacramcat was also administered.
Rev. R. Cricc, of Kallard county,
is in the city, the guest of Rev. W.
E. Glover, ot the First ward Kaptist
church. Rev. Crice is a life long
friend of Elder Glover, and assisted
in the services at his church Sunday.
At the First District Kaptist Association
which convened at
last week.ltsv. C. T. Vaughn,
of Hopkinsville, was elected moderator
; Rev. W. S. Kaker, of this city,
first assistant moderator, and Rev.
McCiitcheon. of May field, second assistant
uiodemtor. The meeting was
harirouions throughout and much
good was done.
Rev. Sam George Wilson occupied
the pulpit at tho Seventh street Hup
list church Sunday evening.
Rev. W. E. Glover left today foi
Clinton, Ky. lo an
You take no risk on Plantation
Chill Curo.ns It Is guaranteed to cure.
THE BEST SHOES
In the city are found at Cochran &
Oweofa, nt very low prices.
I !f it fails to cure go to your merchant
We will refund
VAN VLEET -
WELL, IF THAT DON'T BEAT THE BAND
Uncle dam aaVu. xiai, H .t7hnf.vnn TrHll aart
when you see oux extremely low prices on
furniture and house lurnishings for the month
ui auguou noaio uiiertugspeciat Dargains
in furniture, iron beds, stntrfls. nnrnfifs mat
tings, trunks, etc., for the month ot August, in
Order to make room for nnr fall Qt.nrVUr Wnnr ia
the timo to buy cheap.
we are also manufacturers of all kinds ot
mattresses and awnings. The leading
oioioio auu l Hpttirors
x our creaic is gooa.
GAEDNERBEOS. & CO.
Is rapidly becoming tho favorite with tho people of this city. It leads all
others, for the reason that it is
HANDLED IN BOTTLES
PADUCAH BOTTLING CO.
F. J. Bergdoll, Propiielcr Teuth nnd Madison streets
Telephone 101. Ordeis filled until 11 p.m
ula Pop, Seltzer Watei and a Kinds of Temperance D""
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Wi Everybody will bo thero
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f. W. GREIF.
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ONE TRIAL BOTTLE
This Offer Almost
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to him. Price 50 cts.
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oi lurnuure in tnecrcy.
203-205 South Third.
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constantly growing in popularity, m
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