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I- rk t - S; Jl ? I t r VTT T I , DR, W. C. EUBANKS, HUMUiOL'ATlIIST, omce ad Ilroalway. TlMhone 13). I'raMrncr, IfiHJ Jeffmon St. lit OMcm Hours I J, 7.8 A. L, HARPER, ATTORNEY-AT LAW, 120 S. Fourth llooin No. 2. Win practice In nil thu courts nf the. Hate Collection o rltlmn tiroinpljr attended in. " L. WILL-EK, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, UltAININil, KAIJIOMINIMd, Ul.AZlNU AMI lUllllMUOll PlNIBIIIll Itculilenceft.': Telephone 177. !H.Hl. Monographer lu Ofllre MALKIl IV I'Allt'OAII, ItT 11.0 llarrl. T. L.lrlce HARRIS & GRIGE, Attorneys - at - Law, ISA S. Fourth l'l pstnlrs. J. 0. ROSS, Baggage and Moving Wagons (Jlllee fit WilletLs Livery Stable. Telephone. 3fU. Matil-Effinger&Co Undertakers and cmbalmcrs. ".loreTrlcptiom. IM llmlJrlt u Wlfl'lionn IM 130 S Third R. M. McOUNE, Ornamental SiP With PAOUCAH CYCLE WORKS, 120 and 128 N. Mil St. C. A. 1SBELL, M.D. r.012 1-2 S. Seventh St. llesideneo 723 S. Sixth. Olllco Hours 7 SO to 0 a. in , l;.tO to .1 p. in , il to 8 p. m. Brinton B. Davis, ARCHITECT. Olllco Nat. Hank. Wm, Thompson, Shoemaker. (ill! MWIIl A. IHIMIII.r Men's nailed Imlf solos (V to 76c. Women's nailed half Holes M)o. Women's tunird wiles 7Ai C1I I dreu's half mIoh .Vkj to lOo. atehes 10 to 16c. When in Metropolis Stop at the State Hotel Cor till and Kerry Sts. Sil.OO ST, JAMES HOTEL ST. l.Ol'IS. Ratos, $2.00 Per Day. Room and Breakfast, SI.OQ. European Plan, $1.00 Per Day. (looi Hoovi. noon Mkls (loon Si uvk k. WhenyomWt St I uitt.iit ST. JAMES HOTEL IIIK'tllHAY AMI At SIT Street cam dire, t ' " l HARRY F. WILLIAMSON, M.D. Physician and Surgeon Olflre llnur: 7 toa. in., I to3 . in. Olllco, No .Broadway. A. S. SO 406 DABNEY, DENTIST. BROADWAY. J, W. Moore, Siaple anil Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods of All Kinds. Free delivery to all parts of tho city. Cor. 7th and Adam'. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. All kinds of Imperfection In . horse's Irtwl corrected. I Do Repair Work of Every Kind. W'OItK OUAKANTKKI). A ways on hm I ready for work. HENRY GREIF. T S. GANSTER, Solicitor o'Pens'onCla'nr. Veteran of four yoars 1HU1MU. In tho war of lroocuti8 claims lforo tho Ilnrean of Pensions. t.i kiiMIpm. widows of soldiers, of the. war of IM tS Mrtlcai War rervlin I'.nsloii Aft of Pension. l'ro.n.t and li IV wl, ..'.'AJ.H.V nud given to h",Vi "'" lh" rolls, or aiiyuiiM hi. lr.na tl at the wi"u"l "hoiil.1 write me or give me a WRITTEN AT RANDOM. As n grent deal will soon he licnnl in l'udueidi nnenttho "Yellow Kidn," one fuetlon of the Y. M. C. A , n few wolds In cxplntinllon of how the term first emne Into public favor inny not he nmUs: Si'vcnil have nuked im explanation of the Hrst nppenrnnceof tho "Yellow Kid," mid what a Htrnngo fad It is to have taken so strong a hold on the public fi Tlmtisciiientu nud orna ments us this Krotcsipiu little figure, Hays the Lexington "Leader." Tho idea originated with Air. Hlehard Ontcaiilt, of Cincinnati, son of Judge Oiileault, n young iirtit whose talent litis been put to good use by drawing eatehy little things for trade marks and orimiiieii; tation of safe doors, ete. He drew the "Yellow Kid" and offered it to different Cincinnati papers, who, this time nt least, failed to know a good thing when they saw it, and refined it. He then sent it to the New York "Journal," which immediately accepted and copyrighted it, leaving its originator an interest, and both tho paper and Mr. Ontcaiilt have made, and are still making a goodly sum of money out of it. .The Murray time, of yesterday says : "l'aduuah'H good ehiirch Hlunild now lie happy, they have at last n Sunday base hull team in their heaiiliful little city, and their .Sunday afternoons can he made nt limit tiuiusiug if not rclluing, entertaining and prolltalile. Nothing like hating something to draw people uwsxy from those horrid churches." There is not a policeman on the l'adiicah force who can hit, with more dexterity and accuracy than Ofllcer Frank Harlan. He has had many vears'expericiico on the force, and is nlwsiys very quiet and uiitmsiiinin". Ah long as a prisoner conducts linn, xclf decorously and makes no attempt at imposition, he will he treated well, hut if he resists he is just as mire to niirM' a sore head as he is to o to the lockup. "You might not (think it," remarked Marshal Colliu9 yesterday, "hut Frank Harlan will chili a man as iiiick as anyiKMiy you ever saw. He never Hays a word, hut when the right time comes i.s likely to lie a lirokeu head or a hrokeii eiiih. "1 reinemher once several years ago we arrested a uinii and had a whole heap of troiihle getting him to the lockup. When we got him as far as the door 1 Jet go Ins right hand to open the door, and he wheeled around and hit Frank hetween the eyes as hard as he could. He fell hut was up like a llah, and you ought to have fceen that man atiotit a minute later 1 "Onetime, though, years no, they got Frank in a tight placo down at the wharf hoat. He went down to an cut a Hteamho.it captain, and this hapH!icd to he a captain who wouldn't he arrested. Frank had a hig walking stick iiMteal of the regulation "hillies" now used, and in some way dropped It through the cracks of the wharf hoat and lost it. When the captain found out what the ollicer wanted he called the crew and told them to 'throw the s of a 1 In tl.e river.' Thev would have drown ed him, too, if he hadn't run. They find the captain, whoso name was Hagler, of the (iolden City, $100 in the police court for trying to drown a policeman. The Calloway "Times" of yesterday, In di.-cussing the reasons of why country boys as a rule can alvas be found with a job when they go to town, while many town boys can always be found out of a job, says: "Town bo often wonder whv it is that country boys catch the most of jobs in the stores and groceries while they l around on the comers and wili (?) for something to do. An old merchant gave me a tip on this tho other day. 'As a general thing,' ho says, 'the average town boy thinks more about going the so-called athletic club and various other clubs than he does about his employer's business , sports to have more claims oa him than business, and these get more of his attention and lime thau do his employer.' This probably accounts for the employment of country boys over the town 1 103. At least there is something in it fo. the boys to tliuik about whether it be true or not." There arc other reasons for this alleged state of attains, however. One is that when most country boys come to town they are willing to wcrk for less than n town boy, and as their labor is as satisfactary, as a rule, perhaps inoicM), than the town hoy's, the knock the latter out of a job. Another reason is that a country boy comes to town and liuds the life so enticing that ho will accept many positions a town hoy wouldn't have. These may lead to something better, and Hist thing ho knowns ho has by dint of energy and perseverance gotten above his more cilillcd acquaintances. Tins fact is, perhaps, that a country boy is willing to start at the bottom of the ladder and gradually climb higher, while the town boy wants to get to the top without climbing, nud wastes it goodly portion of his time looking for eoiiie way to do it. Very often the country boy makes a success in life for himself, while tho town boy, like a is waiting for one to turn up of its own free will. t Yesterday Maishal Collins sent around to tho jail, sherilf's office and to several other places for hand cuffs, and said he wanted all ho could got. Hy noon ho had hnnd cuffs to burn. Ho had workmen busy clcnuiiiL' and oiling 'cm up, and when Sleuth George ilarns, nt ilic j'Nows," rested his penetrating orbs upon them, ho straightway had lurid visions of raids on moonshiners, of tho capture of counterfeiters, and of other sensational events. He started couldn't crlnd out tho Import of s many ninnaclos hut his hroln coufd not dcvlso an answer. Marshal Collins dozed in his easy chair and kept his countenance closed ns tight as an oyster, with a stpiad of extra policemen at his front door. When asked what ho Intended doing he only smiled grimly and added to the perplexity of the reporters. Detective Harris went to work with n will and pick axe, hut after running all over his territory from the city hall to the court house, he gave up in despair, and informed Marshal Collins that ho knots' all ahoiit what the handcuffs were for and had it In the paper. He used tins ns a last to olitain the much desired in formation, hut it wouldn't work. He wenthack after supper and interviewed Chief Singery, hut made no bettor progress than before. Then Keporter Moore, of the "Register," took up the chase. Ho walked two inches off his nether which possibly could well have been spared, and then turned up at police headquarters. "You fellows ain't treating us right," lie asserted with a resentful iiillcctlon. "You depend on the press for everything you get, nud here you've got a good item and we can't get it!" The police tried to convince him that they themselves were in the dark as to the Intended Use of tho "nippers," but ho muttered "There'll be a hereefter," and started out. A few hours later, while two re porters were still nosing around in the dark after that chimerical item, Marshal Collins turned those ten pair of handcuffs over to tho Hoohoos, who them to secure their victims for initiatinn. Yesterday a couple of butchers were painting up their stalls at the market house. Having quite a little paint left over, they decorated the outside of Mr. Frank 1'etter's meat hloik n la bnrber polo, and this morning his friends "jollied" him not a little by walkinc tin and calliuu for a "hair cut alid shave." No CoMiT.rmos'. Capt. Stone told Nonuv Peterson at Iteiiton that he was out of politics now but was trying to make an honest living. 1'otersoii replied that he ought to be doing well, then, as he had no competition, everybody else being strictly "on the beat." Murray "Ledger." John S - DRIFTWOOD ca rni!Ki:i on tin: u:vi:i: 1 iopkins F. vansville. New South Cincinnati Ashland City Danville. Geo. II. Cowling Metropolis. lU.I'AUTI II1.S. Dick Fowler Cairo. City of Clarksville F.lizabethtowu. Now South New Orleans. John S. Hopkins F.vnusvillc. Geo. II. Cowling Metropolis. Nona Capt. Sturgis, of Caseyville, is in the city in tiio interest of his tug, the NclhcHrowu. Owing to being so heavily lo.ulcd the New South refused to take some cattle that was to bo shipped from here to southern points this morning. Tho II. W. Huttorff arrived here out of the Cumberland river yesterday afternoon, doing a very light business. She left on her return to Nashville at -1 p. 111. The big John K. Speed arrived here this morniii'' from New Orleans. She carried a ery fair up stream trip. She left for Cincinnati, after business here. TheCitv of Clarksville arrived licre out of the Oiiio liver last night villi a nice trip of country produce. She left on her return up that arcaiu to F.li.ahclhtowu today at noon. Tho Dick Fowler, doing as nice a business as the rest of the locals, was, iirtiiy for thu mouth of the Ohio today at 8:. 10. SI10 carried a nice cargo of both freight and people. The liver continues to fall at this point nt a lively gait; a fall often inches last night is what the gauge showed this morning at 7 o'clocK, when il stood at the L'l. 'J niatk. The Ashland City is duo here out of the Tennessee this afternoon, and will receive freight for tho following day's departure, when she leaves on her return to Danville at 10 o'clock a. m. Tho big iron tug, Nellie Broun, will arrive here this afternoon about !( o'clock with it big raft of logs 111 tow froi'i the mouth of the Trade Water. The liarbor tug, Ida will assist her 111 lai.diug it here. The elegant big mail liner John S. Hopkins was in from Kvansvillo on excellent time this morning, and left 011 her leturii trip up thu Ohio at 10 a. 111., cairying a nice limit in addition to L'ircio .Sam's mail. The "Kilty" Clyde, the palatial steamer of the Tennessee, is duo out of that stream late tiis afternoon or early tomorrow morning, and will lie over hero until Mil urdny at I p. 111., when she will h'ae for Florence and all way landings. The big palacu sidew heel .steamer, New South, arrived here this morning at (i o'clock from Cincinnati. She cairied a mammoth big trip of freight and her guards midship were under water. She was en route to New Orleans. The little harbor boat Mary N. while trying to land with a barge at the upper incline yesterday afternoon was diiven in against thu piling hy tlici Htionj current and wind and a hig portion of her lower guard was lotuawiiN. She is now lying at the tipp'e icceiving repairs. The old reliable Gus Fowler will eiilcr the excursion business 111 the Cumberland river next week, llting between this place and Nashville, I the wheels to turning to sco if ho' carrying excursionists to tho ccntcu Call on Mrs. Joe B. Merriweaflier, Fashionable Dressmaker, nml ho pleased Neat lit guaranteed Formerly of Cleveland, O. 1222 Harrison street. DR. W. H. NELSON J'liyfiiciiiii ami Surgeon. OHlro Tim Wii.lilnumn Mrret, Itexlilenrr nai llarrlxnti Offlm Iloun. H to 10 n in 2 to I p. in 7 In li p. m and nlal. The Gus will carry a crew of all white men and is one of the best boats around this port for that business. There was a land olllco business doing on the wharves this morning, and all the arriving and departing boats were doing a nice freight business. The big New South, the John S. Hopkins, City of Clarksville, Dick Fowler and John K. Speed were all lying nt tho wharf at one time discharging and receiving freight, which made river tralllo look quite nourish ing. Owing to tho Immense amount of business the big palatial sidewhcel steamer, New South, the pride of the Cincinnati and New Orleans Meet, here this morning from Cincinnati about (0 hours behind time. She carried one of tho biggest cargoes that has gone down the Ohio river this season. Tho water was nearly five inches over her guards ainldshiii, and the roosters while storing away freight waded in water shoe deep. She carried over i'00 tons of miscellaneous freight. COLORED DEPARTMENT. ClIUKCIIKS. MiiHliand Street Chtirrh (Methodist) Sun day whoo! at 9 it m 1 reirlilns II a. ru mid 7 p in Key O M I'alnier Junior. Murks (Jhaivl, Jtti and Ohio (VelhoilM) orliiKilUa til 1'ir.ichliiK II a In. and 8 p. in Rev. K. h. Murk. piMnr. Washington street llapilntChnrrh. Hiindiy whiHil V a in l'reacliliiK Sp In Uer dm. Dlltiee, p.mtor Seenth Street IlaptUt Church. undy 1) a in l'rearMiik. II a. mt and s p. in. Ilev. W s. IliUer, lu.ior St I'aul A M K. rhurrh Sunday whool9a m.. preiirhlnu II am" ."tp In., Ilev. J, U Maiitord, iMtior M. James A M. I". rhurcn. loth A Trimble Ktr.etH Sunday pin.. I'reachlnKH pm , ItevJ (. Stanford p.itor. Trltnliln street ChrUtlan church Sniiiliyr m tiool v .l n. in , hlns, II a m and 7 3 in., prayer m rlce. evenlnir. 7. S. Sunday whool teacher' ineetlni Thursday 7 an All am corl.ll.illr Invited, s It. Cotter, p,wior. P. II. Church (Cnlied llreOtren In Christ). Service-. :tn,m. rriMcliinir 10 a i a m and 7 p. m. Miir i iherlty ami other inrdUUjr InWtcd In attend Clilircli. South rillh Mreel. Ohio nml Tentience htroeti. Kev. Ji-.. A Woodward, pamor. COI.OKi:i) I.ODGKS. ma.so.vic Masonic Hall 2iillniday, Tlilt.l I'loor. Ml Mcflretfor I.odco Nn Sit MeeMnt er Ural ThurKday evenlnif In each month Mt Zlon Lodge No 6 Mceln ev.ry flint Wednesday evcnlnc In each month. SuHniiiuh Court No 1, Unites Meets etery fourth Monday In each month. Stone Niuare No. 5 Meets every Monday In ench mouth INI)KI'i:VI)i:NTOItl)KItOI'ODDFKr.U)WS Odd KelloHM Hall, 8 e corner 7th & Adam-.. llotKehold of Itulh. No IS Meet tlrst and third I'rldny evening In each mouth at Colored Odd lVllous Ila'l. Paducah Lodge No l1.V Meeln every fltt and third Monday In each mouth at Colored Odd 1U11. l'adiicah Pairlarrhs No. 79 (1 U () 0 I MrelH every Friday emlni; In each month at Colored OJd )'elloun' Hall Past Ormd Mater'Hlouurll No 7.'. Meets eery fourth I'rlday evening In each 1110nth.it Colored Odd l'elloa' Hal . Wentern Kentucky (..nice No SMI Meeto every ecou.I aud fmirtti 1 uw-day evenlne In each month at Colored 0ld Helloua Hall Young Mens Pride Lodge No. 17SI MietM eeiy Kecond audfouilh evening at Hall over No. llraday. ONITKO IIHOTIIKIIh 01' l'UIK.VDsIIIl'. St I'aul Ixulge No V everyecoud and fourth Monday . veiling In each mouth .it 131 llroadnay. Slaters If the Ten, hi No W Meets the llrt Tursday In each tancth at 131 llroadvtay Oolden Kule second Thursday lu each month, at 131 llroaduay. 33J V K. T. 777, Ceremonial Temple No I MeeUt Hrsl and third Tiled ly night In each month (olden Ilille T.itiernacle, No. I.S, meets llrst and third Wedne.day nights In every mouth. Oueen siral No SO Meets second and Imirth Monday nights In each mouth. Madalln" No 2 Meets llrst and third Thursday nights In each mouth. I.lly of tin. W.st Tabernacle, No. fi,S, Meet a Kecond and fourth Thursday nights In cadi month. Pride of l'adiicah Tent. No. It. Meet, llrst Saturday iiftern.siii lu each mouth. Star of l'adiicah Tent Meets second salurJay p 111 In each month. I.llyof the West Tent, Meets third Saturday pm 111 .'.uh month llrand Armvof the Itepuhllc meets second aud fourth Tuesday nights In each mouth in U. K. T. Hall over .MarUn.s li.irler shop. Mrs. Ada l'ullen is very sick. Mr. G. M. Kavis, of Cairo, is in the city on a visit. The ladies of tho Household of Kuth will meet at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Manslieid Sunday afternoon. Tho Ladies relief corps will incut Monday afternoon at the Odd Fel lows' Hall. All members arc earnestly requested to bo present as business of importance is to bo transact-ed( Mrs. Sarah L. Manslieid, Sec. Tho Red Rose Club will give an cntcitaiiimeut at tho Husbands Sticel C M. Iv church Saturday night .May 1. There will be a prize ticket, which will entitle the holder to a prio valued at SI. Admission at the ' door, fl cents. ) TI10 committees of tho several Odd Fellows' Lodges in the city are ing special arrangements to- gethcr for the thanksgiving sermon which will he preached nt the Odd Felbws' hall, at the corner of Seventh and Adams streets, Sunday, May -. A cordial invitation Is extended to all. J. A. Morton and II. Windell returned from Memphis yesterday. They report a good time and expect a big crowd on May 1). Morion sa s lie had somo little trouble wi'h Windell on Main street, which is one of the principal thoroughfares in Memphis, where there are so many beautiful show windows to bo seen and the throng of peoplo is so thick going to an fro, that one must look where ho is going. Hut regardless of this fact Windell wanted to look at the windows, nud lu doing this he ran against two or three people. They came up to Maylleld Tuesday, where they met A. (J. Giccn, Jim Holland, 11. V. Johnson, Abe Niicklca and a host of other friends, who made it pleasant for them. May-Held is going to turn out a largo crowd on this excursion. Memphis, lev Orleans & Cincinnati Packet Company. "Em I '1. 1 1 W4 Jlll A kJIMMKUHTJ Mrnaur!,, rinclnnntl for Mpmtilil. M Wrdnpsil.ir nml utiiriiiv t ft o' Im k ni Mnlnn I'udiirnh rvery suiil .il urdny l.).ivt Memphis for C Im Inn ill every anil KrM.iy, p.iwlnir I'uiiui.iti every liiirwl.iy and Snnd ' '. Cm. Innall for New Orleans every cati ererv .Similar. J 11 AKIICIUlT, ARent, l'adiicah, Kyi IlllrMlny, i.lnll)K i'jiln It. W WIBK, Sum. Llnrlnuitl. Evansvillc, Paducah and Cairo Packet. Line. Owned and by th Tennessee and Ohio Hivcr Transpor tation Co. INCOIIPOKATKII. Naj..i.iI ll KU MiuMmyi;i U KvanxvlllHund I'.iduinh I'Hcket (Dally excep unuay.' Mr jor. rmvr.wi ami .ions s. iiopkins !.. vu l'.uiucan at v .t) u'clock a. m I'adw ah and Cairo I'arket Line (Pally except Sunday.) Steamer DII'K TOWLKIt, leaven l'Adurah at s a. in. J. II. FOWI.KK, Supt. LIVES WITH SflAKEC llrrmW nf I lie l'. .TKln.les Minrcs Ilia Cn hi o Uh coooHiii Tart way on Hie trail lending to Hilly'fi island theio Is i rude r, presw lop cabin u herein .lurlls one of the most unique Individuals in, nil (he .southern states. He is .1 beortfia "CnioUer" of type, and Ids object in life Is to ninny reptiles nsosslb1c,ullof which nre nurtured and eared for until Mild to wmio museum in the north. A isit to the pnt Ih npt to r;h otcn n loniKrato limn u mild enseof Iri'ineiM. iiinfrm the Hioolv in i:i .e.1 tin; lid of a Im fri lio nlxint tuom -I ,i half by three lift in sio, and wilh'.u were reon nlxint two bushels of Inrpv and scuunioiiK reptiles Hint raised their heads and scut their tongue lliisliiii),' Itaek and forth. Into this droof m.inst.irs the man thrust li - Iniiiil, cniik'lit ti i one of tin; l.'irucst mid linntllcl it with ns nonchalance a kitten would lint c fondled n little bird. iee.plalncl thntthc -nuke w.ih n water viper, and that It is mini in the mnmis all oer (jeorjfia iiihI "It Is deadlier than n r.ittlcsunkc." said he, "for its MMioni is mi nlUnli nml nnilji" thy blihsl i,uic1 -i tliioi nay other repttlo poiwin Known." k a of fact, a mt.v In nre miwlnicn of the inoiitlicil iiiofciisin, which is coiiiuii til v known all out (lie Rotith nx a water mid Its poison Ih nearly if not quite as Intol as Uie sting of the ntlnninntoiis." "In this Imv," fyiid he, "nre 35 in nil. including rnttleauiiikcK, uioceasiiis, copperheads, iimI inmciisins, Mack minkck, nd.lci . (hickon hull wink., gopher hnaks and milk He nnolhcrbovfllled with the witne kind of reptiles nnd look hi one hnnd whllo they wriggled a 'goi oiisly. 1'rom another 1k he took ii rattlesnake four feet long and placed theoronttire'slieml ininiedintelyngniiiHt liin check, w hile w itli one hand ho toyed with the rattles nnd stroked thetail. A Idiml mldpr iiliout two feet long which was ttheililiiig Its skin wn next but the man explnlnod that "it would ice nil right ngain in n few dnvs." I nukisi, from curiosity, If there was -.' 'i i thliiga.s the horn.sl snakeorthe ' nnke in tho swamp. IIIsniiswiT i '!- surprised me. "Xo. thrre In no snoh tiling ns a hoop snake," he replied, "hut tlierelHaniinke with n Htinger on lis t.iil, nnd that strikes iner with il tail iimten.t of Its and I suppose that is where people lime got the idea Unit there Is a Minkc that rolls like a hoop. '1 he jointed snake is simply n l'.inl which has no feet. Two of this liard Is lull, and Hie tall is ho loosely jointed that when jou sirike the liard Hie tail drops olT and falls into two or thiee pieces. A new tnil will grow out. lint the )ie os will not come together ignin, ns the Jolnt.il sn.ike Is supposed to do." When asked if whisky mm n good antidote for serpent teninii he "Sweet milk is Mqiei lor to whisky in liny ense of minko hile. Whisky in siniill is beiK'llelul, littt in large iiiniitilli"i it ilopresM's Ihe heait's action, the mnirtclTi'ct that thesnakohlto hns." Auierlemi Field. Ills linen-si. "Yes sir," said Mr. Wlnhlddle to a strangei, "I Insist that all water itsisl for drinking nud culinary pursics should U- lioilcd nt least half an hour." "You me a physician, I presume." "No; I inn a cm! denier." N. IIiiKiiU.'Hient rioi;er. ("huinley Yoii'ieii mighty poor talker, especially to hullo. How did you rah-n the neiw t.i to Miss Sweet? Iun Icy fill nw; 1 dii'n't uny iniieh of niiNth1""; 1 linii.Vil i-iv ilhg to her and s'i" i t It i -i In r left fore flnrcr and iChiWt For Siih' 1 l. It fits'" -X Y ou i .:xwt Wbeniv; l&i m '' Erft uti V"l- oobody ;;- I tAthtr :,;,,. vl'oi -" . ii n ...? n. donf'XlicoO'M,,. tike wo - .i..iAicn. - n oil' 6 ,l. Vmsv 'nJ.7' AM" t.1110 I '- ir.Vl i".;7.ii.k' i- ,lUM toCMe i"i otitis oi pepped "W "f " morrow. ., . ".?; : .e r'".:: cart" -- i.ci"v .nt tn flic an ." . .-ii"? r5 :.- "- ..i ah"' . i,ouct ; . do ..tlliv - ,..itP lit - i. rotU et 5 ml.' ont"5 UKU ,n-( by OclilschliiciiiT Walker o i.' T " -.. Keep Cool this Summer, Our day service enables you to run fans off of regular lighting circuit. Attach fan to any electric light socket in any room. No dangerous high voltage power or railroad circuit in your store or residence. Day and Night Service, Store lights, 30 tO 40C per IllO. Res. " 19 to 28c 11 Electric Fans, $1.60 Price of current for lights depends on number Paducah Electric Co. Station 217 N. L'd. f. i'if V 1 INCOKl'OItATKI). A. 0. EINSTEIN, Vice 1'rcst. and Mgi. PADUCAH CYCLE WORKS. and 128 North Fifth Street, Nba u 1'ai.mku IIouhk. liKAI.Fita in High Grade Bicycle9 and Bicycle Sundries Agent for Odell Typewriter, l'ricc S'.'O.OO. Suitable for Ministers, Doc tors, Lawyers, leachcrs, and in reach of nil. The Only Kxclusivc Hicyclc House in the City. Hiding School free to all buying wheels from us. WK invite jou to call and see OUH WIIKI'.LS and get llottom Trices on same. J. It. rUUYEAK, Manager. WFTN YOU DRINK DRINK THE BEST -You can find DETZEL'S. Where we keep the finest of Whiskies, Wines, Beer, Cigars, etc RESTAURANT OPEN AT ALL HOURS. The place to get the best PIANO for the least money -IS OK- HOWARD BROS., 417 N. 6th St. VH HANDLE THE BEST PIANO that is handled in this country a piano that will last you a lifetime. We mean what we say. We give you the best guarantee that is given on a piano. All goods sold on easy payments. Old pianos and organs taken in cxcliang. Howard Bros., salesmen for Harding & Miller, Kvansvillo. Quick sales and small profits our motto. Wall Paper jb Window Shades. IN.THELATEST PATTERNS. ATTKNTION G1VKN TO ALL OUDKBS. W. S. GREIF, No. i:i'J S. Thiid Street. Tclephono No. 371 Cor rKLKPHONK 118 F. J. BEEGDOLL, I'ltOritlKTOK , Paducah Co., - Bottling - AfiKNT CKLKHKATKI) LOUIS O'BERTS BEER, Of St. Louis. In kegs nud bottles. Also various teinporanco drinks Soda Pop, Seltzer Wiitcr, Or.'tngi Cider, Ginger Ale, etc. Tclephono orders filled until 1 1 o'clock at night during week and 12 o'clot I. Salurdby nights Telephone 101. 10th and Madison Streets. PADUCAH. KV FINE DRIVERS AND SADDLE HORSES, ElegantJCarriages and Turnouts AT- JAS.JfA. GLAUBER'S Livery, Feed and Boarding Stable Third andJWashingtoD. M. E. TONES Hardware, Cutlery, Tinware Give him a call. STOVES, ETC. Cor, Court antl'Market m Mary R. E. Grejf & Go. GENERAL INSURANCE ' AGENTS Tclephono 171. .- PADUCAH, K J UAIIdtOAD TIMK TA1ILRS. Nashville, Clinttanoogn & St, Uaiirood. rmoaui anii tiiYiKion, outh Huiiars Ov. I'a.liKvOi n.. 7.10 s in Ar l'.irli . Has .im. Hollow rtockJunct. IU..M ni lexliut m .. . . Ar. Jacksiu ... Iinpm Lv. Jnrkson . ..I Oipm Kt Merauhis ....... . ...I 'Op.lu Nashville .. , 2i0pm uhjtu looga viOpm N01IT1I IIOCNtl. Lv. Chattsnooga..., AUOam Nsshvllle SSApm Memphis.,., .l:MDam Jack.on . 3 ion m Ar. Lexington lnin.m Lv. '.exlnicton. 4 10pm Hollow llock Jnnct is m Paris A mi ii in Pailtteah v IS u m An trslns dallv. ut .New Orleans 7 S pm Memphis 7Mam 1 ullon I m .. Vr Paducah . ... SUpm Lvl'adueah !Uiiin Ar Princeton ... 4ii)pm Nortouvllle. ... fi.THpm , Centralniy n an tun l.r Central Clir..,. BWiim Ar LoulHVllle ...,1110pm Cincinnati .... 6IU.un OCTII IIOUNU No 201 uv Cincinnati. . Iisupm iiuu.ine .. Lv (VntralClly . Nortouvllle Ar l'aducib ... Lv l'adiicah' Ar Fulton . ... Lv Fulton ... ArMemphK . .ewiirieans All irmnH rtin 3.10.1111 8 IK am 9 I J lam 12 10 pm I2 20pui 2USpm 2 is pm (l hs pm 7 JO ntn 8 () am duipra II IS pm t'jlam 1 25 an. 2 4i am 3:wam 4 mam 4 in am 7 Warn II Mam .No 38 2 m pm TiApm 10 . pm 1127 pm I fJ am I f7 am 3 10 am .1 20 am 7 20 am 7 00 pm Louin 3. Jp.m rtiipm T?1 m . . rn am Bui a in 9 Si p in 3 Warn IJOpm najpm S .iopm M 3) pm 9 M pm fiKiam nut am DM am 9 3-1 klu Through train .ind car service betvteen amlJarkg.,n, Memphis, Nashville and Ciiattanootra, Tenn Close rounert Ion lor At. luuta, Ha., Jacksonville, Fl . and the and to Arkan.au, Texas and all points Southwent. For further Information call on oraddresi.. .r.j A. J W elch, D. V. A.. Memnhli, Tnn W i. Daley, O V and T A Nashville. Tfnn P II l). P. and r a., p.im.V HonM p.dueih Kt , E. S. Ilurnham. depot ticket Kent, Paducah, Kv ILLINOIS CKNTUAL 1UILKOAI) UDISTILLC ARD MEMrillX IlIVIIONg Nomiii Hound o .No so .No 2a A i am 7 Ml am MUlillll il ..." im 10 Ml an. 11 Mam l.'2nam 6 IS pm .No 221 80ft m I si pm 2:pm not pm it lit m 3 00 1 in f0? fDi aM r:lrry i'uMman buffet uleepln cars and free reclining chair cars tl ami New Orleans. Noi 201 nml 202 run koIIJ betweenlClrrlnnatl ind New Orlean, carrying IMiIln m. bullet lleeJierH. Train 201 rarrlei i. . leetier, JI",' la union ileiiot at V p.m Ulrect connections for all TilnlK -,et, aorth anil nouth. Ticket offices llmulway nnuer the Palmer, anil at the union ilet. ST. LOUS UIVISIOH. NOKTII BOCNO. Leave I'aUucah ArrlvBMetropolin.... " (Jrantntiurj: " Parker Cliy " Marlon. .. " Carbondale. 302 vh 12 in pm, r, lipm laopui, 7 iopm l.4i pm. 40pm 2 15 p in, in lift p m 2 pm, 11.01pm . ii in, I'lnckneyvllle 4f)nm. I Mam " St. Louis 7:18pm, 7:10am RODTII DOUND. 301 SOS Leave si. Louis KdOam, 8.01pm " r.atM Uiult Kixain, H:lwpm " I'lnckneyvllle..;... .10 2: m lioopm " Carbondale 11 IS am, ... " Marion 12 21 pin, 2:10am ' Parker City 12 p in, 3:45 a m (IranUbnris . I20pm, nnOam " MetrojiolU . 2:i)rt p ru, 4 Mam Arrive I'aducan 2 6opm, 7:iuam Stop lor tralnarun dull). ThU In the popular line to hi, LouU and Cblcaco and all point north and west. Train leaving l'adiicah dally at 15 p. m. ban tbroiiKh 1'iilluian 1'alncu Sleeping and Parlor Car or st LonN ti.mhiMiM.rthr.tAM .1 tt .hnl. ......... -........ ' V..., u..t. intra, ttl ICUUI Kor further Information, reservation!!, tlckcU, etc.callonnc J T Donovan, 0. T. A , Palmer Hou-e, l'adiicah, or A. II. Hanson, Uener.il Pasxenurer Auetit Chicago. Illinois CentralB.R. Has Through Passenger Trains and Fast Klllcieut Double Daily Service from Cincinnati and Louisville to MEMPHIS AND NEW ORLEANS In connection wllh the II. A. O. S. W. to Louisville, reucMui; direct or making close connections for principal iwlnii SOUTH ash WEST. On llx min and connecting lines, lnclii(llii VlcknburK and Jackson, UK., Union KoiiKe and Natchez, l.n., Little Uncle and Hot spring Ark.. Wacu. Kott Worth, Uallai, Hou.ton and han Antonio. Tex., mid polulion the haclllc Coast II nlso ha- through patseniter trains and fast douhle dally service from Mew Orleans, Jacksi.n, Memphlt and points Eolith aud West on Its un aud connecting lines to Wkh CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CHICAGO ANO ST. LOUIS making direct connections vt Uh through train for all jwlnts NORTH ano KAST Including St Louis, Chicago, lluflalo. Cleveland Iknton New York, llaltlmore and Itlchmoud, Solid Vestibule Trains. Through Pullman lluffct Sleeping Cars. Through Free Reclining Chair Cars Particular, of vour local railroad S. (5, iuicii, I)lv l'as." .jm; nncTnnati. jo. a, noiT, oiv, j'ass. Agent, Meuiphli. A.II.Hakio.v, W.A, Ubicagu. Loulivllle. Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition. NASHTILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY. THROUGH CAR ROUTE. TO AND FROM Tl NNTssl'l' Kl NTUCKY OKOKOIA. AI.AIIAMA. I'l.OKIOA, NORTH CAROLINA. hOl I'll CAKOI.INV, V1ROINIA, WASHINGTON UTY IIAI.T1.MORH, l'llll.AIU I.CIIIA AND NKWOKK. THROUGH Hoth vl. Hollow Itoc-K HllL'TK .Hid the McKlNZIK SERVICE Koiti. b.tu NAHHVIL.LK ami Ml making con. Ion at Ml. M l'l I I.s uh all lines m and from IIKKA.N'sAlt TEX V and MIUTIHMlsT. PULLMAN .M..MI-HIN aud Nash. PALACE MII.Bon Night Trains, lit-. tMifll NAMIIOI.I.K. KMIXVIM.lt, CARS iiii.b, Wamiimiton. IIai.ti. wont:. and York. and JarkMiinillo. h'lorido dally 'round, U l halUmwga, Atlanta .Mauoiiaud'lKtun. Kxcurslonllckvla on salt- during I EXCURSION TICKETS On Sale at lUtes from all point ou this lluo and I'ouiin tlous to NaMivilln and during thurouitmiaucu of th 'ivnima. sit- cinlciil.il aul IiiIitii.U1oii.v1 llximslllon. tf7Ior inforiuatlnn.call uNin1lcket grul or address, R. C. COWARDIN, l'n gt., fS Ky. Kxchangt llldg., hi suuis M A. J. WELCH, Division Agl . TBKN. W. L. DANLEY. Oen'l Pass nmlTkl gi Namiii tK, fRMN. 1 11. TI'.U IKUT (liyTlcet Ag.nt, l llroailn) I'.uliuah Ky. Missouri Pacific Railway The Great Through Line From Ot I nilio To KANSAS CUT, ST. JOE, M. LOUIS "jma0' DKNV1 TRY THE NEW FAST TRAIN KANSAS AND NEBRASKA LIMITED. Iron Mountain Route. Tho most direct lino via Memphis to nil points in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS, WEST AND SOUTHWEST. Frco Reclining Chairs on All Train. Timonaii C0ACUK4 Mkuimiih to Dallas anu Foiit Worth, For mai, rates, free books on Texai, Ar kansss, aud all Western Status, and further inioruiauuu, tan va juur local iiiket ageui or write It. T. O. MA'ITIIEWS, S.T.A. L0UISVILL2, KJ II. U IOWNBliKU,U.P,&T.