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PAiircAii, ivr.STl'CKY. . A. L, HARPER, ATTORNEY-AT -LAW, 120S Fouitb, Room No. 2. .... m nil tho courts of the state. ICXiitsruisJpiw'm,,9aw' Memphis, New Orleans I Cincinnati Packet Compamj, i Vmrum """""Vf. .. "ggasefemg Mt'.uinrii 1 1 ni' ('lnrlnnatl fur I'trry clrii'l.'n'uini fuiur lavnt B 'Iih k p, 111 pixsnu radm 4I1 r.iy Tueiilay nun n.11 urilny Lcnvi' Miniplila fori liirlnniill every TuiMinynnil ir pa Itg I'aduc.ili every iinrwi.iy ni!iiiiinlHy I eutti iindiiiiaii ior Jt Orl 1 ,) ilmtmlHir, p.iilhg , rnliv.iTy liimay .1 II . uncir . i.-i if w u'fai' 1'ailui an Ky Supt ( Incliitiall. I runneuilln PflHunli nnri Pni.n DonLnl y,ul"l"""i uuiiwuii uiiu uuiiu uvnti Line Ownntnlit 0T.iteil bytho mid Oliio Kivcr Co. IM'Cilll'CIIIATrll i:aunrlllt mill I'mlii ahl" clfcln ui.tlly cxrep Sim ay Slr J(IK H) l.i:ll Mini JOHN m HOPKINS I.wub I'liliicnn .it V :v)ifclo. k a tn I'.TliK ah ami calm Paikft Line (Dally ixcrpt uiiuay.i Slpiim.r lKK I'OW.LLIt. I'iii l'.dtirali nt 1 a. ni. J II. I'lMVLI.H, Supt Gait LOUKSVILIiE, KY. rian 8:5 00 to PS. 00 per lay. Kooiii!) only $1.00 mill npmmti. A. H. COOVKK. Wall our Pai:er! We're always the iirst to show FALL STYLES In all the latcs ilosiina and colors. They're) in now ready for jour inscctioii" l'iucst line of Picture Mouldings In the City. Haojou seen the latest? A YARD OF FACES. Prices Reasonable for GOOD work. L. P, BALTHASAR, t'J.) H'ay. 1'iider I'.ilmku IIoisk Thousands of Homes mm - ro lioiiiK Heated by Front Rank FURNACES, See G. R. DAVIS, TIM, SLATE AND IRON RCOPER. 12'J South Third Street. When Yod Want Something To PURIFY YOUR BLOOD, REGULATGYOUR LIVER AND ERADICATE ALL POISON FROM THE SYSTEM 0,rr HALLS BLOOD RfcMEDY. 11ALLMUDIC1NK CO., Paul c a ii. Kv A. S. DABNEY, ' DENTIST. 406 BROADWAY. J. w. loore. DKALIU IX Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods of All Kinds. Free delivery to all part$ of the citv. Cor. 7th and Adams Horse Shoeing a Specialty. All kinds of imperfection iu a horse's travel conoctcd. I Do Repair Work of Every Kind, WOKK Ol'AIIANTKl.D. Always on hand ready for work. HENRY GREIF. Postal Telegraph CABLE COMPANY, 314 BROADWAY. pcopiv patronize us Quick ami reliable scrvicu guaranteed Messengers fiiruNltori to carry notes anil small parcels to any ' part of tho city. EDWIN W. OVEKBT KEhT. TBI. 1. NaMEer. . l'liuie's cilery coiupoiind has never yd failed to cure. Where all other medicine treatment bus failed to relieve, Paine's celery compound has succeeded time and time aain. John W. Boyd of Mishawaka, Ind., says of his own case: "Last winter I was taken down with a very severe attack of nervous and niutculur rheumatism, so bad that 1 could not be down, sit up, or stand, without the most excrueialii'g pain. I itos all the time under the care of tuo of the hot physicians of the place, but 1 did not improve. I took different rheumatic cures and used an electric battery a half hour each day for 10 days, without any relief. "Finally I concluded to try l'aiuo's celery compound, and to my surprise after useing one-half of a bottle I was able to get out and vote on election day, and before 1 used the whole Mr. .lack Calloway, of the city, now ban one of the most interesting collections of f teaks in the in the lountry. Yesterday be received fiom the toti of Hditorlluuter Wood, of the Hoikinsville"Xew Km, "an albino sipiirrel perfectly white all otcr wilii red eyes. lie has also bargained for a three-eyed calf, which he will get if it lives until weaned. In nil he now has freaks. Among tlicm are: A bog with two leus, one with live and the other with six legs ; a three leg-tied mule, a live-legged chicken, a four-legged chicken and a duck with four wings; a white coon, a two-legged dog and three-legged cat, a chicken with feet but no legs, two roosters with four legs these arc some of tho curiosities lie has collected, mostly froiu tins county. Jlr. Calloway will shortly start out with his and travel about to exhibit the freaks. tho Tueie are quite a number of old train dispatchers iu Paducah. Among them are Messrs. Lloyd liloomfleld, Fted Long, J. I. Dorris, W, J. put out to think 1 had been roped in by such an old 'gag,' so I began studying up a way to get even. " 'Hello, Sawyer,' 1 soon called up, Mo you know why your olllco is like a switch board!' 'Guess not. Why is it?' he asked. "lh'cauto it has n 'plug' in it,' 1 promptly returned." A "plug" in telegraphic parlance, is a learner, and the fact that Mr. Siiwvcr was such a good operator made the juke all the more laughable. A joke is also told on Mr. Frank-Hoover. A Memphis operator called him up a few nights ago nnd asked him if ho knew what they call "lemons" in New Yoik. "No, I don't, what do they call thein?" he nnsweicd. "Lemons, of course, 3-011 chump," was llio retort but Mr. Hoover said this had to bo kept out of tho newspapers. Another story was told of how an engineer was broken of ti habit of - - . NEVER FAILS TO URE! ASTNNISHING RECORD OF THE GREAT PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUD. tin 7 nnnl 4 1. wftpl nn.1 linl'A ivrLniT ever' day since. I have gained 20 1 pounds in weigu. aim am icenng urst rate. " My wife has also been taking it for nervousness, and thinks that there is nothing like it. We both recommend it to nli our acquaintances and you mie at liberity to use this letter as you sec lit, for it truly worked wond6rs in my case." And l'aine's celery compound is working just such wonders iu every state, county, city mid village of the country to' day. The reader must know some one who has fried it. Asc that person if he or sin' was not nt once benefitted 1 Don'tlet a dealer palm off anything eiie on vou, however; for there is as much difference between l'aine's celery compound and all ordinary toics, nervines and as there is between an eleetrid motor and a boy's windmill. There is power to cure in Paine's celery compound. fWRLTTM AT EMDOM. " running by a station when nagged. The scene of this story is laid near Livingston, Miss. The operator when he had orders to tlag the train, nbwtVH frightened almost out of his wits when this particular engineer was on the run, for ho always went by sonic distance before he stopped. Finally the operator bethought himself of an effective remedy. He made a straw woman, completed her wardrobe with an old discarded sun-bonnet, nnd on the night this particular engineer was to come by laid the woman across the track about where the traJn had to stop. Sure enough, tho train went on by, and knocked the efllgy sky high. When the engineer came back for orders ho w as pale and trembling and exclaimed to tho conductor, who was in tlie joke. "I've killed a back there I You'll have to go get her and sec if anything can bo done for her." "I guess not," tho conductor said. "Go back and see jonrself." "Oh no, 1 aint going back," declared the conductor. "I haw her lovely form torn all to pieces Ciaft. and Frank Hoover. Not lone: She'll haunt me to rav (Jvinc day! sine" they all got together and re- He finally found out the joke that lated houie of their past experiences, bad been perpetrated) but the next "I was on a railroad wire down at night of his run lie stopped his tram Obion, Ten ii , several rears ago," at the proper place, ami the operator (aid one. "A fellow named Sawyer experienced no more frights oir the was iu the Paducah olllco then, and erratic engineer's account. lie was n Miioolli operator, one of the swiftest on the road. "One night I was sitting in the little ollke, listening to the desultory click of the sounder, and doing my best to keep awake, 1 never before expi'tieneeil Mich a still night, I for it seemed that even tho rats had gone to sleep. The iiistruiiH'iit itsidf ftequenlly relapsed into silence, then would suddenly iiwaku and sound off a tiain order for soiihi one on njiothcrpart of the line. "PieMiitly somebody ticked off 'Sny, do you know why a Pennsylvania fanner builds his pig-sly on the 1101 tb side of his barn?' It was Sawyer, at Paducah, and knowing thai ho came from up tlieio I thought maybe Pennsylvania farmeis had a scheme that Kentucky farmers had not caught on to, and 1 "Pugulisni is fast becoming a fad in Puducali, and preparations are now being made to have several big mills over a saloon here next week. Several young "pugs" who have scrapped in the professional arena will participate, and local sports anticipate stirring times. It is that the Mexican boxer now hero and a Mayfleld prize-fighter will fight several rounds for a purse. An improvement will be added to Paducah iu n few days that will have a tendency to greatly incrcasu traffic and may succeed in drawing considerable tiadc here that now goes elsewhere. At pre'ent, detnils cannot be given, as too much publicity might wanted to know what it was. 'No. "ring negotiations to an abrupt close I'll i.ivii it on. What ilo thev do it' nnd ruin it nil. Those, who foster the for!" I rattled back. " 'To put their pigs in, of couisc," was the quick icply. I was a little 1 ...... i movement are working hard to complete their plans. Willie Gcagon, a young clerk in Kohkonf's, is addicted to tho masti cation of tobacco. Yesterday Johnnie Rchkopf took a fresh, nice plug nnd by a method qnito often used before, no doubt, stuffed the interior with a powder known among grocerymen as "Cayenne pepper." Willlo soon asked for "ono chew," and got it without nnd dllllculty. Tho greatest ditllculty he had was getting rid of it. Ho sneezed and expectorated all over tho immaculate shirt fronts and collars of tho other clerks, and finally drank n pint of turpentine to put out tho firo that raged within him. A certain doctor has a patient who wears n red garment. Ho called 011 her yesteiday, and while writing a prescription a small boy protruded bis head in tho doov and asked if thoy wanted to buy any apples. As soon as be saw tho red garment ho jerked back his head, and, speaking through tho crack iu tho door, inquired in tremulous tones: "Doctor, do you reckon I'll catch it?" Ho bad beard of yellow being a warnlDg for small pox, and thought the red garment was also to let people know thcro was some catching disease around. COLORED DEPARTMENT. CHURCHES. Husband Street Church (Methodist) Sua day school Da in. I'rsacblnr II a m and in. Her C. M. Palmer, pattor. Ilnrks Chapel, 7th & Ohio, (Methodists.) Sunday school, 8 a m Preaching II a m and 8p m. Her K 8 llurks, pastor. Washington Street llaptl.it Church. Sunday school lam. Preaching 8 p tn. Kr. 0eo, W. Uupee, pastor. Serenth street IlaptlH Church. Sunday school, t a m. Preaching, II a in and P p m. He V. S. llaktr, pastor St. Paul A. M. K, church, Sunday school 9 a. in., preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., Hev. J, u. Stanford, pastor. St. JamM A. if. V.. rhnrch. loth and Trimble 1 n.reria, sunaay school x p, in., preacning ip. m., Her. o J, Stanford, pastor. Trimble Strwt Christian church Sunday school, P. 30 a, in., poaching. 11 a, m and 7:J0 p. m.i prayer sanrlces, Wednesday eren. lniw, 7 3i). Miiiday school teachers' meeting, Thursday erenlngs, 7,30. All are cordially b. It. Colter, pastor. COLORED LODG MASONIC. Masonic Hall 4 Broadway, third Door, Mt McGregor Lodge first inartaay eTenmg ineacn niontn. Mt Zlon l odce No A Meets every Brst Wednesday evening In each month.. ftuaannab Court No 2, LadUs Meets every fourth Monday In each month. Mone Square Lodge No & Meets every second Monday In each month. INDKPENDKNT OKDEIl Or ODD FELLOWS. UJd Fellows Hall, se cor 7th and Adams. Household of Kutb, No 4ft Meets tint and third Krldar evening in each month at Colored Odd Fellows llalL l'aducat Lodge No 1&4& Meets every first and third Monday In each month at Colored Odd Fellows' Hall. Paducah Patriarchs No 79, O U O O F Meew every second Friday evening In each month at Colored Odd Fellow,' Haul. Past Grand Master's Council No 79 Meets every fourth Friday evening In each month at colored vaa t nan. Western Kentucky Lodge No SWI Meets every second and fourth Tuesday evening In each month at Colored Odd Fellows' Hall Young Men's Pride Lodge o I7KS 1'eeta every second and fourth Wednesday evening in eacn mourn ai nan overdo iiroaaway. UNITED HROTHKUS OF FIULKD3I1IP. St Paul Lodge No 6 Meeta every second and fourth Monday evening in each month at 131 llaoadnay. spcters of the Mysterious Ten, ft -No Si Meets the Hrtt Tuesday In eacU month at 131 llroadnay. Golden Kule Temple Meets second Thursday In each month at 131 Uroadwav. 333 u. k. t. 777. Ceremonial Temple, No. t. meeta first an d third Tuesday night la each month. Golden Kule'Tatxrnacle, No. 45, mU first and third Wednesday nights In each month. Uuen Saral Tabernacle No. 30. meeu sec ond and fourth monday nlghta In each month. Madallne Tabernacle, No. S. meeti first and third ihursday nights In each month. Lily of the West Tabernacle, No. tb, meets second and fourth Thursday nlghta in each month, Pride of Paducah Tent, N o. S.nieet flrt Bat urday afternoon in eacn montn. Star of Paducah Tent meets second Satur day p. m In each month. Lily of the West Tent meets third Saturday. p.m. in each tnonih. Grand Army of the Republic meets second and fourth Tuesday nights In each month in U K. T. ball over ilarttn barber shop. Miss Hell Leach is on the sick list tills week. Mr. C W. Robinson, the merchant tailor on Jackson street, will take great pleasure in trying to please his customers in cutting nnd fitting, dying and repairing. TJio Golden Rule Tabanaclc will give a grand entertainment and dance at the Odd Fellows' hall Monday night. Music furnished by tho best orchestra in tuo city. Admis sion 15 cents, or So cents per couple. What Noah Lived On. In answer to the question asked by Mr. Strecter Adams in the Paducah Daily Sun of Friday, 22, ""What did Noah live on after the tlood had sub sided, and all of his provisions ex hausted?" I wilisay: "Every mov ing thing that livctli shall be meat for you, even as the green tierb have 1 given you all things." Gen, be, 3. J. T. Thompson, Superintendent of the Husbands Street church Sunday school. The following nro some of tho selections that will bo rendered at the concert and cake walk that is to take place at tho Opera House : "Ellaine, can you sweetheart keep a secret;" "Sweet September ;""Lurlino do you think of me now;"Ductte, "Annie's Love;" nnd many others, including several quartette selections. Tho scene for tho cake walk will bo a palace arch with a garden in tho back ground showing the couples as they enter from the gaiden balcony. Watch for the day and date. In an swer to many inquiries tho management desires to state that a leader for the walk has not as yet been selected. A Communication. 1 hear and read a great deal about sympathy for the Cubans, and even old ICeutucky, with her tollgato raiders, her lynchers and mutilators of human bodies prowling about at midnight, violating tho laws of the state and tho laws of God, is lifting up her voice in behalf of the outraged Cubans, and all of these outrages perpetrated right hero on her own citizens nnd not a single meeting of indignation has been held yet against these violators of tho law right hore in "the land of tho free and the homo r.f the brave.' 1 think if wo win just listen with an attentive ear wo cau hear tho words ringing in our cars, "Physician, heal thyself?" I lovo tho soil of Kentucky, I lovo hor citizens j but oh, how bard it is to love and not bo loved 1 I lovo life, liberty, happiuess. I am told that tho laws of this state arc safeguards of its citizcus, but when I see how careless the officers of the law arc when mob violence is going on in tho state 1 am almost ready to say: "I will arise and get mo into another laud." We were and are being told to educate ourselves. This wo have been and nro still trying to do. Rut this does not seem to better our condition. Tho following Is the latest cstimato of tho victims of Judge Lynch for the past year: Ala bama, 18 ; Arkansas, iu ; uauiornia, 7; Georgia, 17; Florida, 13; Illinois, 2 ; Kansas, 1 ; Kentucky, 18 ; Louisiana, 6 ; Maryland, 7 ; Missouri, 3 ; Mississippi, 17 ; South Carolina, 7 ; Tennessee, 12 ; Texas, lil ; irginla, 3 : Washington, 3 ; New Mexico, l ; Indian Territory, 2 ; Oklahoma, 9 ; A arco majority or tueso were cot Illino is Washed Coal. If you want the boat coal in the city you can get it Illinoifl Coal Compc y, who handles the celebrated inferior race in the midst of Anglo-1 American civilization and is blc of social civilized advance-1 ment. We claim this to be unfounded in fact, and untrue in statement. ' We call attention to the fact that' since the emancipation of the negro in these United States he has shown his capacity for advancement in civilization by his material, intellectual ' and moral growth, as seen in the wealth accumulated, the schools carried on by his own aid and by the ' chanty of others, and the places of religious worship maintained by him ; and yet he is persecuted as a savage and uncivilized class. We behold witli grief and dissatisfaction the case with which the'foreign element of our country secure tho full and equal priviliges of every other citizen in the United States, and the corresponding effort with which the col ored American citizen is sought to bo deprived of his civil rights in public places, and as travelers. He can not get a decent seat ou a railroad car unless he is tho servant -of a white person or a convict in the custody of the sheriff en route to the penitentiary. Wc deplore and condemn the unchristian and inhuman conduct of those in our land, especially in this the grand old state of Kentucky. We want and need the sympathy of those brave Cuban sympathizers to give an oxpression for us, who arc groaning to be delivered from theso oppressions. We are in deep sympathy with Cuba, and we appreciate the efforts that arc being put forth in behalf of the Cubans by our brother in white, and we do hope the day is not far distant when Cuba shall be free, not only as wo are, but free from mob violence and burning at the stake. Thcnfis an element of good eitizens in Kentucky as there is anywhere and all that they havo to do is just to speak and mob violence and lynching will bo a thing of the past. Give us help in trouble. Respectfully, G. II. Rurke. There will be a grand rally at the Trimble Street Christian church Sunday, the 24th. Elder G. II. Burks will deliver a sermon at 3 p. m. All are cordially invited. S. P. Cotter, pastor. A revival is going on at Husbands Street church, and Elder Stoner asks all out. Come and hear the gospel. He is a colored Sara Jones in the south end of Paducah. Everybody come out Sunday evening and hear him. Tho Golden Leaf club was enter tained by Mrs. Jennie Queen, 727 North Ninth street, Friday afternoon from 3 to C. After the transaction of business the hostess served tho guests to luncheon, which was enjoyed by all. Where a catarrhal affection of tho throat or bead or any pulmonary ail ment exists, a slight cold or a hack ing cough is a serious thing to have it is so serious you can not afford to have it. Tho delay of one hour means danger the delay o'f one day mav mean death. Dr. Hell's Pino Tar Honey will cure a cough or a cold in one night. Will remove the catarrhal affection or pulmonary ailment nnd build up the tissues supporting the lungs, rondering the system less susceptible to colds. 1 ninHolution Notice. Tho firm of Dreyilss" & Weil has been dissolved by'tho death of Mr. Herman L. Weil. . Sol Dreyf uss will pay all debts duo by said concern, and will be iu the! future alone re spousiuio ior iieuis ' agaiusi too urm of Dreyfuss & Weil The business will be continued ,'by Sol Dreyfuss alone, doing business under the firm name and stylo of Dreyfuss & Weil. PaducahJvy., Jan. 1, 1807. J13 10. Important Notice. All persons knowing themselves indebted to tho firms of Rogers & King aud John Rogers & hereby warned to call and sifotle tho same nt once nt my olllcc,No. 127 South Fourth street, and thereby save to themselves costs, as I will be forced to proceed by law to collect amc, unless otherwisojsettlcd promptly. Ed II. PunvKAit, Receiver of Rogers & King and Johu Rogers & Sou. d2Gtf Ilickorr Stove Wood. For nice stove wood telephone 20. $1 per load. tf. Ohio Rivkh Spokk and Rim Co. Trv Mike Redd for hot wallles, ored. It is said that tho negro is an ' sandwiches aud horserndisU. lw. of ST. - LOUIS - AND -BIG -MUDDY -COAL. No clinkers, no dirt'; but pure, clean coal. Our Egg Coal far excels all other. cctal for grates or ftoves. Our Washed Pea Coal beats the world for furnace or cooking. We only charge one price the year around. The ,, poor get their load of coal as cheap per bushel as the rich their thousands of bushels. Try our coal and you will use no other. Lump, 10c; Egg. 9c; Washed Pea, 6c. BARNES & ELLIOTT, Proprietors Illinois Coal Company. H. O. Harris. 125 S. Fourth Stenographer In Office. L. L. Crlce HARRIS & GRICE, Attorneys - at - Law, Upstairs i i Wall Paper and Window Shades IN THE LATEST PATTERNS. ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS- M. . SL. GREIF, No. 132 Street. 7 TclcphoDoNo 371. Jas.Ac Glauber's Livery, Feed and Boarding Stables, ELEGANT CARRIAGES, FIRST-CLASS DRIVERS, BEST ATTENTION TO BOARDERS Stable-Corner Third and Washington Streets Paducah Electric Co. INCORPORATED. M. Bloom, Pres. R. Rowland, Trcas. F. M. Ftsuxn, Sec. STATION 217 N. SECOND ST. You can turn your lichts on any time whenever you need them. We give continuous service day and night. Wc don't use trolley wire current for lightiug. It's dangerous. Our rates: Over 10 lights to 25 lights, 3Gc per light per month. Over 2F lights to 50 lights, 35c per month. These low rr.tos for 2 1 hours' service apply when bill is paid before 5th of succeeding month. A. O. EINSTEIN, Vice Prcst. and Mgr. i aiaaaaaaaaaaHHHlflHMHllJHllllllllllllMHMKsflH A. W, GREIF, ( The . . Expert Blacksmith and Horse Shoer, WILL APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE. F. J. BERGDOLL, PROPRIETOR Paducah - Bottling - Co., AGENT CELEBRATED LOUIS O'BERTS BEER, Of St. Louis. In kog3 d bottles. Also various tempcrauco drinks Soda Pop, Seltzer Water, Orange Cider, Ginger Ale, etc. Telephone orders filled until. 11 o'clock alight during week and 12jo'clock naiurouy uigiiis. Teleuhone 101. and Madison Streets. PADUCAH. KV. ESTABLISHED 1864.- j . .. Miss. Mary B. E, Greif & Co. GENERAL INSURANCE Telephone 174. $! I DEALER IN PADUCAH, KY JONES Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Outlerv, Carpenters' Tools Etc. COltNElt COUHT AND SECOND STUEJSTS, ADUCAH, KY - ,wr 1 if.i' ft - 1, .-- Fa'