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Cot L C Iltislmnds hoarded an
outgoing paHougor train at the union
depot yesterday afternoon and m he
leniiwl Imek nifnlnit tho cihIiIom In
the ItttluH coaeh scorned lost in re
verie
I tell you ho remarked to n
Sin reporter as ho glauucd out tho
window ul the receding houses and
Hying feneos tills Is comfort
There is a vast difference In the
way wo travel now aud tho way wo
used to travel ho mused as his
mind wandered hack over n vust
waste of years remember years
and years ngo wo used to get on the
train at Itroudway and there would
noter scnrcel ho oter six people
or an one that et cry hotly else didnt
know Now as you can see for
yourself the car Is full and wo dont
know any hotly There arc no tlouht
people nnnhe train who hail from tho
North some from the South a few
from the Woat itntl many from the
Kast
As I said before wc used to get
on the train to go to Mayfiold hut
wedlnnt know whuthor wed ever
get there or not or whether It would
bo that day or not
About the time we got outside of
town tho train would slop mid we
would all get off and go up front to
Itntl Cnpt Jack Lawson tinkering
away at the engine You know
Cnpt Jack ran an cngina in those
days in fact he ran the first engine
ever brought to this country I be
lieve it is claimed
Anyhow wed And Capt Jack
Iking his engine sometimes ho
would get through pretty quick and
sometimes he wouldnt Wed start
again then and a few miles further
on ulliybc wed stop once more and
go out to watch Capt Jack tinker
willi his engine again
Those were great times the
colonel sighed ami now you get
aboard one of those trains and you
are in Maylleld almost before you
have gotten well started
Somotimes a day can mike a
great change remarked Capt T
J Moore Ite heard of a mans
head getting big all of a sudden but
1 never did regard It as anything but
a joke until some time ago when I
went down to Abe Reisers and
bought mo a Hue new hat It was a
perfect lit and 1 thought a great
ileal of it but las for the vanity
of man I 1 ho next tiny a baby came
to my house and I dont know
whether it was becaimo 1 was proud
of what it was hut when 1 attempted
to put it on the next bun-
day it lacked on inch
of going around and I had to take
it down and get it changed tins is
a true story concluded the captain
and if Abe RuUer was here I could
prove It
Mr A N Clarke of Duns
Agency requested all neighboring
con nt lt to report any improvement
in bushiest after tho election nnd as
everybody knows who has road the
papers ho has receitod many grati
fying replies Ho was talking about
tlie wae of pioajierity at the Union
depot yesterday nnd Jaughingly re
lated the follow iiii
I heard verv oucournging news
from nil the counties nroJiul ladu
cab except Trigg I waited and
waited and dually a letter came
from lion Kenton Sims of Cadiz
ioprcctitativu In the state legisla
ture His report was something as
follows Dear Sir There has been
iioimproteincut here since tho elec
tion in fact it has been just the other
way and ovoiy thing is getting
worse and worse To tell tho truth
1 dont think Cadiz will last until tho
llrst of January
Mr Clark thinks Mr Sims must
he n free silver mail as well its a pes
simist
Spooking of mules Iaducah in
years past has had some that arc en
titled to go down in history
The Scott Hardware company
used to havo a mule remarked an
old citizen yosterday that beat any
thing 1 crer saw llo was called
Samson and although Samsou
could pull like a freight train or his
name snkc Samson would not car
ry over a certain number of pounds
He could toll in an instant whether
there was ono pound too many or
not and if there was ho laid right
tint down where ever he happened
to be and trolloy ears tiro crackers
aud clubs combined could not induce
him to get up uutil some of the load
was removed from tho dray Tho
last 1 ever heard of that mule ho was
sold to lritchett the horso trader
nud nt last accounts lritchett was
looking for the man who made tho
trade with him with a largo calibre
shot Ltm anil plenty of trouble
Then there was another
mulo with distinct mulish
characteristics that arc uevor to bo
forgotten ho said citizens Guy
Nance the undertaker owned him
and he was a bird That mulo
would never go past the market
house For some reason that I never
heart expressed ho stopped btill
when ho got within a few feet of the
place and there ho stuck until some
violent meant were taken to get him
away Some times ho would stand
still and kick for an hour at a time
I think tho lost I ever heard of that
mulo was one day when ho laid down
ou Court street near the market and
sumo one came along mid fastened a
piece of barbed wire under his caudle
appendage I dont remember
whether they ever found tho wngou
or not
Tho next two weeks will bo full of
mnrrlagos There will bo at least
live or six hi Iaduoah but as yet tho
contracting couplo will not consent
to an announcement The most im
portant marriage of tho next few
weeks perhaps will bo that of Mr
Sam Qulscuborry at Dyersburg
Teuu
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UTiiimim on Tin lkvhk
AlllllVAIJ
Joo Fowler Kransvlllo
lew II Cowling Motrojmlis
City of Clnrksvlllo Ktown
lirtAKTUHRS
Dick Fowler Cairo
Joo Fowler Kvansvllle
Ashland City Danville
leo II Cowling Metropolis
DUE
U A Spcctl Cumberland
Will J Cummins Florence
John D Lewis TcnucsEcc rlvor
NOTK8
The gauge showed 163 this a in
nnd falling
lliisliioss very slack down on the
wharf ths morning
River still receding hero a fall of
eight inches last night
The every day Dick Fowler at 8
u m was nway for Cairo with a fair
trip
The R A Speed is duo out of the
Cumberland river today with n trip
of tics
The Sunshine from Memphis
passed tip for Cincinnati yesterday
afternoon
Tho mail liner Joo Fowler was
tho Upper Ohio river packet this
morning
The lluckcyc Stnto from Cincinnati
bound for Memphis Is due to pass
down tomorrow
Tho Jennie Gilchrist left for Dan
ville Tcnn yosterday afternoon af
ter a tov of spoke timber
Thrc big littsburg broad horns
passed out of tho Ohio last night
with whoppln big tows of coal for
New Orleaus
The Will J Cummins is duo here
out of the Tennesso river today and
leaves on her return to Florence Sat
urd ty afternoon
The City of Clarksvillc is duo here
out of tho Ohio this afternoon and
leaTes on her return to Ktown to
morrow nt noon
Tho toivboat Mary M Michael
comos off the dry dock tomorrow af
ter being given a thorough overhaul
ing She will go into winter char
ters here
This morning opened up bright
and clear down about the river but
business on the levee was a little
quiet Hut good prospects for a
lively day down about tho waters
edge tomorrow
The Ohio river Is rising from litts
burg to Louisville nnd falling from
Kvansvillo to Cairo The Cumber
land is rising slightly at Nashville
I lie Tcnnosseo is falling from Chat
tanooga down The Mississippi is
fnlling from St Louis to Memphis
The Ohio river nt Kvansvillo fall
ing until Friday then stationary until
Saturday At Paducah and Cairo
falling until huuday aud the Missis
sippi immediately below St Louis
rising l riday At Chester falling
until Friday night aud rising Satur
day At Memphis falling until next
Tuesday or Wednesday
COLORED
DEPARTMENT
CHURCHES
Hunkiud hireet Church IMetbodlst Sua
ilirMluKHam Pieacblni II a ra and
in IterC M Palmer pa tor
llurka rhaiwl Tlh Ohio MethodLits Sun
day achool vaui PrracblnK Ham and 8 p
m Iter K S Murks paator
Washington Street lltptlst Church Sunday
reboot B a tu Preaching 8 p tn Her Oeo
V Dupee potior
Seventh itreet llaptltt Church Sunday
ncbool V a m Prearblnif It a ui and 9 p in
Iter V h llaker tuator
St Paul A M K church Sunday school 9 a
ra prear lnit II a in and 7 3D p ui Kev J U
Mauturd paator
St Jam A M K church 10th and Trimble
street Sunday school 2 p m preaching 3 p
m Iter U J Mantord putor
CO LOR HI LODGES
MASONIC
Masonic HaUKI nroadway third floor
Mt McGregor Lodge No 29 erery Urt
Tburday eenlng lneacb month
Mt Zlon i odge No 6 Meeta erery first
Wednesday evening In each month
Bus innah Court No S Ladles Meeta every
fourth Monday in each month
tone Fnuare Lodge No 5 Meet erery se
cond Mouday In each month
INDKPKNDKYr OKDKIl OK OOU KKLLOWS
Odd Fellows Hal pe cor 7th and Adams
Household of Ituth No 4S Meets first and
thlnl t rlday evenlug In each month at Colored
Odd Fellows llalL
PaduciL Lodge No 1515 Meets erery first
and third Monday lu each month at Colored
Odd telloua Hall
Paducah Patriarchs No 79 a U O O K
Mrets t ery second Friday evening In each
mouth at Colored Odd tellowt Haiti
PaUUraud Masters Council No 79 Meets
every fourth Friday evening tu escb month at
Colored Odd Fellows Hall
Western Kentucky Lodge No S3l Sleets
evry second and fourth Tuesday evening lu
each month at Colored Odd Fellows Hall
Young Mens Pride Lodge o 1781 Veets
every second and fourth W ednesday evening
lu each month at hall over No llroadway
uxmi mtoTJirus of fuikndship
St Paul Lodge No to lecla every second
and fourth Monday evening la each month at
UI llaoadway
Haters of the Mysterious Tea HI No
31 Meets the Urt I Tuesday In eacti month at
131 llroadway
tjolden Hule Temple Meets second Thurs
day In each month at 131 llroadwar
333 u k t 777
Ceremonlil Temple No I meets first an d
third Tuesday bight In each month
Uolden Hule Tabernacle No I meets Urst
and third Wednesday rights In each month
Queen Sarat Tabernacle No 30 meets oeo
ond and fourth mouday nights In each mouth
Madallno Tabernacle No 2 meets Urst and
third l hursday nights In each month
Lily of the West Tabernacle No 6 meets
secoud and fourth Thursday nights In each
month
Pride of Paducah Tent No meet Urst Hat
urday afternoon lu each mouth
Star of Paducah Tent meets second Satur
day p m In each mouth
Lily of the West Tent meets third Saturday
p in In each tnonih
Urand Armr of the Itemibllc meet second
and fourth Tuesday nights in each mouth In
U K T ball over Martin a barber shop
A WORD
Miss Mnttio K Ovcrstrtct cele
brated her 19th aunUersary nt tho
rcsidenco of Mr and Mrs Ike Clark
722 South Seventh Wednesday night
nud was lemembered by her many
friends with proaents both numerous
laud handsomo Wo wish her many
j more happy returu3 Among those
present were Misses Roscna Jones
Georgio Hurks Ruth Cartwright
Saleua Moody Katlo Childors of
Clarksvillo Tcnn Huttio Hrown
Zulu Hrown Ophelia Hrown Teuio
Overatreet SauraxIIowell Lucrccia
Jones Kminn Spriggs Kliit I iimti
Mellnda Cnrtwright Kthrpl Mt lv
Cnrrlo Doda Lena Dnley Mitiu
Fltrgorahl lniillne nt 1
Mesro Connie Leo WIlMnm Daw in
Melt lllc Sales srnlil Cotter hii
Amos Chester Amlproon I nr
Thomas Kd Oweno of Maylleld
John lowc John Hnyns llnrri mn
Caldwell Albert Caldwell Pink
Carroll Kdgar Flctchor Richard
Steggcr George Grundy L
Hrown Jewel Maple Joe Hamilton
Journey Casey
The Lyceum meeU this cvonlog
with Miss Rosinn Jones at the resi
dence of Mr nnd Mrs Greon Gray
on South Sixth
Tho Tube Rose Club incots this of
tornoon with Miss Carrio Dodtl at
residence of Mr and Mrs Caroline
Hrown on SqUth Seventh
Tho Ttibo - Rose Club will clvc a
musical entertainment nt the A M
K church
Mrs 1 R Lewis will preach nt
St James church on lent 1 and
Trimble tonight She will commence
n ten days series In a protrntcd
meeting Rev O J btnntllortl
pastor
Programme
American League Club will meet
Thursday night December 18 nt C
M K church The meeting last
night was well attended and the
programme was quite Interesting to
the hearers The programme for tin
meeting December 18 is as follows
Chant Choir
Prayer Rev C M Palmer
Kssay Hattlc Smith
Recitation Mrs Mamlo Mcdlock
Chant Choir
Kssay Ktninn Spriggs
Quartette Lubry Woods Charlie
Gaines Jesse Copclnnd nnd Mosos
Copclaud
Kssay Sarah Gilliham
Chant -Choir
Kssay Oeo W Woods
A happy man is always n healthy
one It Is Impossible to befiappy or
cheerful or useful when otic Is suffer
ing from a discomfortin cold or a
nasty little cough
that people will go
day suffering from
disorders when relief
tallied Dr Hells 1
U1WI
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V It ift
on
wonderful
from day to
c distressing
so easily ob-
le lariionev
cures coughs and colds of all descrip
tions It is swift and sure bold by
nil druggists
PITH AND POINT
Isnt that a very nlow horse ot
yours Well he isnt much for ppoed
but hes cosily frightened and runit
nwny n good deal bo that he gets there
just tho same Melbourne Weekly
TLuies
IlurgKtr Hold up jour hands and
dont sneak Now trot out the moat
valuablo thing yer got in tho house
Head of tho Household O Lord he
wants the servant girl and nho linsnt
been hero a week yett Truth
Ho Must LUc Why havo you
charged me twice as much for burying
m jjjmcond w Ifo rm you charged for my
first asked the Jndignnnt widower
I regret to say filr said tho under
takcrthat the death rate hns decreased
50 jr cent In the meantime Life
Ah a new drarao repented the
plnywrighL About how indecent
ttottld you liko It Oh from 13 to 20
voltn nnswered the mnnsger Very
well People were by no menus w
cosily shocked ns formerly nnd art lisxl
to govern Itself accordingly Detroit
Tribune
Ncnc Backward turn back
ward O time in thy flight implored
tho Jaded mortal Time how oter
laughed Bconifully Backward It
repented Junt when Im letting my
self out to mnko a tensntional finish to
tho corklngest century run of my life
Youve got none Detroit Tribune
Oh Henry exclaimed his little
wife ns che threw her arms rapturously
around his neck I do lovo jou bo
Dont forget to lcae me 20 when you
go in town this morning will you
dear And tills muttered Henry
softly disengaging himself from her
fond embrace this is what you might
call being hard pressed for money
Somervlllo Journal
Newspaper Proprietor Mr Scribe
nrcnt you spending n good denl of your
time reading Hook Heviewor I
suppose you know Mr Smarte that ono
must reud a book beforo he can reviow
It Newspaper Proprietor I dont
know anything alwut that but I do
know tlutt we cant niTord to p you
for wrltlug and have you spend so much
of your time- reading Boston Trail
bcrlpt
BICYCLE DINS THE LATEST
A New Scheme to Care for Numerous
Wheels In Orent Cities
Tho latest development In cycling
circles Is tho formation of a company
which w 111 establish bicycle bins all
oter tho metropolitan district With
in a week 50 of these establishments
will lm In onorntlon and when the reg
ular season opens next spring mm
number will nrobably hnve been In
creased ten to fifty fold
The organisation Is known os tho Cy
clists Protectlto league It has been
incorporated under the laws of New
Jersey with a capital stook of 100000
with o par talue ot io a snare
The plan In contemplation Is to estab
lish from 500 to 5000 bicycle bins In
nnd iiround New York city At each of
these bins members will uo aiioruen
vniniii tirItlleco8 such os storHire for
wheels arrangements for repairs
let rooms etc Mne onnrge to
w ill be 3 a month or ISO a year This
will Include nn Insurnnco policy coher
ing bicycle accidents allowing 1003
in case of deathand 5 n w cok Indemnity
for Injuries sustalued while cycling
These insurance policies will be Iwiued
by an insurance company already in
business and In Iwming them the Pro
tectlto league will aot merely as an
agent
There Is a groat neod of forsomesuch
enterprise said oneof theofflcewanil
wo think wo have a good thing not only
for ourselvps but for the publle at
Inrge We shall offer the same advan
tages to transients that we do to regu
lar members only the rate will lie a lit
tie higher Thnt is we shall ohnrge
ten cents a day for storage at any of
the bins With so nwny cyollstu lltlng
In Hat bins in residence looBlltleo
should bo profitable Nearly ovetyone
would iy 18 a montfcorstoroge rather
tr ther than catry a wheel up and down
stairs Men who ride their wheels to
business can store them In a bin con en
lent to tholr otles or shops during the
daytime Thus storing them nt each
end of trip would cost leu thun
two fnres each day
Should tho plan prove profltnllc lu
New York the business will be cvte led
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Attorneys - at - Law
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commoOatfons outlined oEove frTe
league will sell and rent bicycle fur
nish repairs clean machines and do a
general bicycle buslnots Some of the
bins will be connected with refresh
ment stands and restaurants nnd oth
ers will be run Independently Coupon
IkmjUs will be Ismied to members of the
league which will be good nt any bin
Fifty of these bins will be In operation
during the present week and others
will lie established as rapidly as passi
ble N Y World
Number Do Not Count
All history teaches that In a war for
hulepcndoncc superiority tn numbers
does not count Tor Instance tho little
republic of Switzerland surrounded by
kingdoms and empires In nrms won its
independence upward of COO years ngo
and Is Independent to day jet It has
and has nlwnys had only nn army of
militia The little principality of Mon
tenegro hns been fighting the Turks
since tl e fall of Constantinople et en be
fore tle discovery of America The
Dutch republic nnd Scotland under
Wallace and Bruce and Prussia under
Frederick II In tho Seven Years War
nnd America In tho revolution nil ssw
reeded with greater odds of numbers
against them than were opposed to the
seceding otatex And to day Cuba with
only 1500000 of population Bcem to be
successfully fighting Spain with nearly
30000000 No In a war for inde
pendence numbers do not count nnd It
lias not often happened In tho history
of thp woild that a people who hate
fought with such despcrato valor ns
tho confederates displayed have failed
to win Indcpcndcince Trpuncnn Hose in
Century
FEDERATION OF WOMEN
Ilcueflts of the Sisterhood Slovement In
the United MtMtes
One of the greatest benefit of tho
wholo fcystem of womnns clubs scemj
likely to result from thonewmotetneut
for fedetatlon Already have thetarl
out club gatherings drawn women
from all sections of the country to
gether In something quite distinct
from the old fashioned temperance and
other conventions In these the w omen
appeared meekly upon tho seats pre
jxired for them ot hours prepared for
them snd h ttne to speakers rarely of
their own Rex who come nil prepared
to speak one way There never was any
nrgutmnt or opening for discussion
No mutter how the poor little feminine
heart might boil over with question or
Indignation it was to no purpose nnd
brought her to no conclusion But Iho
woman who comes to meet other sis
ters of stnte or national federation
comes as a representative of n group
of earnest women and is expected not
nlw ays to appear on the list of speakers
else of these there would be no end but
htie it expected in the open discussion to
wiy what she has to my modestly
com teouoly sincerely nnd In a parlia
mentary manner hating no fear that
her opinion will not bo met In the Nimo
spirit She bring her offering nnd riie
takes eway greater gifts In rqturn
There Is probably no factor whloh has
been more largely Instrumental In
smoothing owny the sectional Irrita
tion loft from the civil war than this
mingling nnd commingling of the
northern nnd southern women Said
one to me showing how radically a
womans Ideas way change I hate
been brought up to believe that hospi
tality extated only among my own peo
ple in the south I rccehed nn object
lessen during ntyinte visit to the north
for lu Iioaton I was entertained and
not only I but entirely uninterested
visitors to the federation In the samo
spirit and by tho bamo cordial devices
that I lmd heretofore supposed never
crowed Into Ynnkee land
I hate keen the spirit of understand
ing of appreciation and sisterhood in
creating day by day I hate heard its
ingenumu expression of burprlso In tho
first reulntlon to a woman of her form
ernnrrovtneos I hate beon InTennessee
In the Imvou lands In Florida In Mis
iMupplRDd South Carolinnt he recipient
of its generoius fruition We are all
surprWed to find that there never boa
been any real reason why we should
thotik the Lord that we were not born
In some other less favored land for
when brought together intelligently
with a common purpose wo nre all as
n dear old lady expressed It own folks
And now tho southern woman web
eonitw now ideas from her northern sis
ters graciously often howtter mold
ing them w Ith her graceful hand to her
uwn needs until they are almost un
leeoguiiable Ladle Home Journal
How to Stake llananas Harmless
The iMMiantt yields mora food to tho
ucro than any other plant tinti yet it
disagree with rn end of northern stom
itohs This Ls becAiiso we eat It the
wrong way But tho wife of a mis
sionary to tlw tropica tells tho glad
tkllugs fitnn heathen shores of how to
eat iilwnuna Whiut you hate stripped
on tho willing rid just scrap oft the
htrinirv and hairy coat that lies IVneath
tho rind aud jou may oat your banana
without tasting t ull the- nt of tho
duy JlilUidolpUIn Itt cOrd
Not Pit lor Juror
Low yer May It please the court I
object to that man as it juror
Judge -Your reason
I hate three witnesses who can
swear that it isnt a week since they
saw him nt a news stand looking over
1 tb pini N Y Weekly
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Proprietors Illinois Coal Company
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