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r i re c - l h l 1 r li N J 1 You have tried those Sweet Syrups for Chills and still you shake. now try fliir Malarial Tnnin Panonloe and be cured. Mv S N tfV (IP VI M 3bHBj A ' 1 -4-4 M 4 Wh ftVtiQEA Ifralf A thc 1 VtlSO lST World Loves I IPl fl" a Winner" I Ht- ft Our Ninety-Seven M n i i. km Complete Lino Of W Druggists, Seventh'and Jackson. We have shoes i for everybody, ' men, women, children, or "yallerkids." Ask any of our customers they all uphold our shoes, 1 because we give honest worth I in every shoe we sell. Give us a look on summer footwear. Our prices are off. You can find in our obs great snaps for everyday wear. ELLIS, RUDY & PHILLIPS 219 Broadway - 221 Broadway Dairy ) Queen Toilet Soap Qeike (S90,Windov Display) i DRUG STORE 4 T.H.& Broadway. notice. Wc buy Men's Second Hand CLOTHING, such as Coats, Vests, Pants and Shoes, and pay good prices for same if not worn too much. You can send tlicin to us or we will cab for them. Wo have no solicitors. LA WHENCE, 213 Court st $ ETNA t Ij'i if t standard,pf t 'J You have got J t t JAMES W. t I GLEAVES & SONS, AGENTS, PADUCAH, KY. iff JHHIKaB itTvlKpL ---11 EVKRY DOSE EFFECTIVE. 25o, GOe, J. B. BAGON & G0. w IbVI .. 5m i pinfiarrn Bicvciesi 7TH 'itMHHUHHHH m. k OTA mr are the )$1 a a 1 Experience - - ' j (ffi) Send for Catalogue. W MONARCH CYCLE MFG. CO. W W CHICAGO HEW TORS lOTOOlt W Jml SnJ nln mr for derfc of Monarch Plln fflM, Ml) Card. Illustrating Lillian RusmII Tom .Monarch Cooper. M Jm. Lee Klchardaon asJ Walter Jone. Htgular VX ctrls. mL Jffil CS'-T--'-C WAHL & SONS, AGENTS. LOCAL MENTION. Ileal i: Mate Transfer. Miss Tinrjio CuTles Ueeds Hf M rs. M. F. Chiles, her iirandrfiother, one-third interest in iLract of land near Florence Station. J. K. lSomiurnnt deeds to ,W. D. Downs four lots on Kounta vcnuc. Evil after effects never follow tho use of Dr. Bell's, Peppermint Chill Tonic. It is a pleasant-liver laxative. It makes rich, red blood) It makes stout, sound bone, It maks ilesh. It makes rosy cheeka All of this cures chills so they stay.curcd. Deal ers guarantee it. J For sale by Oehlschwcger & Walker. j Do you rinkNlee Teai ? Don't fail to see our elegant line of Glasses on sale Monday, Jiinc 28tb i Konixs Glass & f Juuexswakk Lo 23jl an(uj. S Young or middle-aged an to travel in this and adjoiningcc mnn,itit tw.dltlfin" , Qflffirl' snfi n mnfiUi .utu ,o...v-.. -- - and expenses; good chance for ad- vancement. AuMrcp Shepp Company, 1020 Cheiinut St. Philadelphia, Penn. 23J8 Nice obIi stove wood, delivered prompth' to nny part of the city. Teh-phone 29. E. E. Hell. Che.ip Excursion to Diuv.ion, On Shnday, Junoi 27th, tho Illi nois Central railroad' will run a low rate excursion toDawson, leaviug Paducah at 10 am. aud returning, ,loZen,'Bniee's$tmlir myarc tl.cf,",, Qml leaving Dawson7 p round trip ti. w. Wji. Kellos i), A'. G. P. A. J. T. Donovan, C. A'. Owners of llojjn and Dogs Tnko I will on Jurae 23d coinmcnco taking up all doga running at largo wituotit a tax tag attaciicd. x win also impound all hogs found running at large within thfrCity ljmits. I am compelled td enforce thelaws as they exist and ask you to got era mfrself accordingly. s Jamks'Coi.li.ns, 19jl City Marshall. HALLA -AND- BICYCLES! SlOO 5 to seejthem before you how good they are. MARION CYCLE CO., , Makers, Marion, Ind. 81.00 Jitbilco Concert Postponed. ThiHubtlec concert that was to Lave been civdn Ia9t night by Win Ilines was postponed on nccount of tho weather andVill be civea at tho same place on nexU.Kriday night. This is for the benefit ortne Presbyterian church, and a tion is extended to all. Sec the latest ideas in fine Lamps now on display at'Hobins Glass & Qucensware Co. Commeneiug Monday, June 20th, the General Electric Light cV Power Company" will commence to give all "day and all.night lighting service. This will give all of its patrons a chance to have fans in their residences or stores. Kates for cur rem win remain as ueiorjCf vtz. Store lights, 25cLJicuce light), 20c. Fans SI. 60 per month i. phone No. 12 if you need nny thing in the way of fans or lights. jlfitf The steamer Cliattanooga will onrrv the crowd to Cairo ncxtSun day. Watch ottr smokcr Hound trip 50q. Good music on'board ...... ... Tlie memners of tue nuovo com- ,rcnuestd to meet at the Casino in Kowlandtown -tomorrow (Thursday) night atJ'O'clock sharp, a3 the performance will begin o'clock promptly, and all miw ready by that time. UHAf 1JAVIS, Director, 1 Gnllnn Milk 8r W atcr Buckets go at 10c Monday ft. Hobius Glass & Qucensware Co. J 23jl For one more wcck'caljinet photos op- m Pursuant to call of the Kepublican CoiintvCoiiitmtteo, the Hcpublicans of thouounly are requested to meet at tile CitIIall in Paducah, Ivy., at 2 d'clockp. m., Saturday, June2Cth, 1897, foi,hfi.pirprwe of nominating candidates for tho yirious county offices to be voted for at the November election. All Kupiiblieans living in the city who are registered as such, and all Kcpulificans who voted for Melviulcy and reSldeoiitsjde tiie city arc eligible to participate. F. M. FiJn it, Chairman. EXCELLENCE! can realise ' t t - x II MOtHlM MM IBM 1 MIAII i Ml M S .. rt a ma mmmtL mjgz i rrp , inni iw At Paducah Auction and Storage Versailles belle. Company. Just Purchased at Forced Sale, Entire Stock of . , ,, . y, Hems Merchant Tailoring Com- pany, of Tins stock consists of the finest cloth and straw hats, silktirabrellas, furnishings of all kinds. J These goods are all of the latest styles and finest quality, and were bought for the very best St. Louis trade, High rents and poor management caused the assignment, and we bought the stock, which we will sell at less than original wholesale prices. Call and examine the goods and note our prices. Also, received another lot of inch's, ladies.' and children's sample shoes and slippers, that will be sold at half price. It will pay you to call and see tliCMi bargains. PADUCAH AUCTION 223 and 230 Court St. PERSONALS. Mr. Oce Alexander left at noon for the South. Col. Dick CaliBsi left last night for Nashville. Collin IcGinnis arrived this morn-mg from Creal. " C. P. Fcrot, of MjCtropolis, is at the Palmer. Geo. II. PowelLof Louisville, is at the Palmer. C. L. V. Miflkcy, of Metioj.olis, is at the Palmor. Mrs. John P. Campbell left this morning for Nashvillo. Mr. J. B. Buchanan, the cracker man, is at thc'Palmer. Col. K. B. Puckctt, of St. Louis, is at the Palmer. Mr. Sam Hubbard went to Wingo this afternoon. , Miss Etlle Heed s visiting Misj May Dernngton, at Benton. Mr. J. V. Hardy came in from Fulton this morning. Capt. BartE. Linehan, of Dubuque, came in this morning on busi ness. Mr. EUcene Graves left this morn- inir for Dversburc. on a visit to his father. George B. Strcader, the cigar man. came up from Fulton this morning. Mrs. F.IG. Bergdoll and two chll drcn left at noon for Murphyaboro. III., on a visit. Hon. W. M. Reed is back from the Mavtleld circuit court and re ports little doing. Councilman Livingston left at noon for Creal. He intended to go yes tcrday but was left. The Paducah Medical and Surgical Society was entertained last night by Drs. Kivcr8 and Fort. Mr. A. L. Joynes left at noon for Mnvlleld to repair damages done to the telephone line by lightning. Mr. Lawrence Razor, who has been in St. Louis for the past year, arrived yesterday on a visit to his parents, Miss Daisy Blythe, of .Fulton, will return home this evening, after a pleasant visit to Mrs. W. B. Gray. Cant. Charlie Beard and Misses Mattie and Belle Beard, left on tho Fowler this morning for Evansville. Miss Ozella Coles, of Mayfield, is visiting her brother, Mr, J. W. Coles, of 717 South Eleventh street. Mrs. Chas. Schlemm, wife of the popular third baseman of the arrived yeiterday and is at tho Palmer. Mrs. Amy Thurmnn and little daughter, Luna May, leave this after noon for a ten days' visit to relatives in Water Valley. Mrs. Lee Reynolds aud children, of 1209 Tennessee street, left yesterday for a visit to friends and relatives at Wickliffe, Ky. The members of the Luther League will meet at the home of Miss Amelia Pieper on Jefferson street tomorrow. J, Schmitter, secretary. Misses Lillic Mae and Corinnc Wtnstead returned yesterday fiom Jackson, Tonn., where they had been visiting relatives and friends. Miss Anna Purycar left for Paris, Tcnn., jestcrday to attend tho annual meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Memphis Conference. Prof. E A. Fox and Miss CjnlhU Ewell, of Paducah, Ky., wcro here yesterday, en route to Harrodsburg, visiting friends, says today's Courier-Journal. Mr. Joseph Parish, stnto manager of tho Fidelity Mutual life of Philadelphia, returned to Louisville this nftcrnoou, after a pleasant visit among local agents. The danco given last evening at Rainona Park in houor of Misses Fannie- Rosenfold, of Atlanta, and Miss Eatyc Levy, of New Orleans, was verv eniovnble. and nuito u crowd was In attendance. Mr. Marshall Reeves, a clerk in I. L. Randolph's grocery, has gono to Poplar Bluff, Mo., where he will tonight be married to Miss Mattie Carver, of that place, returning to Paducah with his brido next Saturday. Miss Mattie Tucker, of who visited hero last winter, e'oped yesterday and was married to Mr. Matt Wilkinson, a young tobacco man. Miss Tucker visited at Mr. White's, on Clark street, whllo hero., Liout. Fred Wilson, of Company E. Lexington, who was very popular lure during 'the encampment three years ago, will no roarricu on me 2ihli. intit. , to Miss Ethel Maston, a v -- St. Louis. tniIormnde suits, fine pants, fine men's fine uffdenvcar, shirts anil AND STORAGE CO. Cor. 3d & Conrt. PADUCAH FLYERS. Dycrsburg: und Muyfern Won Stakes YvMonlnv at St. ' Joseph. Tho IJig SIdeulieeler Iowereit His Itocortl Half a Second. J "Dycrsburg, '' the celebrated Pa ducah sidewheclcr, carried off stakes yesterday Afternoon at St. Joseph, Mo., in ahotly contested rnee with fast company, breaking his record half a second. In tlrnliraljieat he went In 2 :1 1 He was driven Tjy"Mr. Win. High-Geld, one of the crack rcinsmen of West Kentucky. "Mayfcm," also a Paducah horse, and also owned by Allen & Co. , car neu off second money at ttie same place. Time, 2:1-1 V Sir Edwin Arnold won third money at Cleveland, Ohio, lat week in 2:15'i. These were the opening races of the season for Paducah racers. LOCKJAW Is What Robert Mullet I Has "Now: Is III ( DnngerotiM Condition at ( tlic County full. Robert Molett, colored, who was assaulted by Rob Smith, colored, at tho market house last week and struck over tho right eye with n brick, is in a precarious condition at the county jail, and he may not recover. , Yesterday it was thought he would have lockjaw, aud he seemed to suffer excruciating pain from the wound which is still badly swollen. It h feared that septfesemia, or blood poisoning, has set in, in which case death is almost certain. Smith is in jail for malicioudy assaulting Molett, aud the latter Is in jaii for cutting Smith. He claim Smith struck him with the deadly missile from behind, just as he turned his head. Molett was slightly better this afternoon, but both eyes and his face was badly swollen, THUKDKKUOLT FKI.L. Residence ot M, K11I111 Struck JSut Not Damaged. Tho residence of Ir. M. Kahn, at Ninth and Monroe streets, wns struck by lightning" about 11 o'clock this morning, and; a chimney was partially demolished. No shock was felt by any one around, ho never, and the family knew nothing; about it until told. The damage is slight, . A Swlming Match, George Stroud nnd George Augustus, two well known young men of tho city, will have. a, swimming match in the LaBclIe Parft lake next S inday afternoon. Both Are expert swimmer. j Death. Elarin, tho I -year-old daughter of Mr, and Mrs. O. W. Coker, died lost evecing at 1110 iamiiy residence on Jackson street. The funeral took place today. The Chattanooga will tow no barge on her trip toCairo aud nny boat that passes her will carry the mail. Leivui Paducah at 8:30; get you home at 9:30. y Full size water bottle worth 25c. goes for lOo at our Monday sale. Robins Glass Mid tjueenswuro Co, Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair. dh CREAM BAKING POWDER A Pure (Irtpc Cream of Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. specials..., HM - lM II II I :fW NOW AT-HARBOUR'S '" "," V V k JL Laces..A bin nvmrttiient of Ocrinall anil Vulendennes'lnce; for your choo iricei irotn ijc to 75c for pieces. i . cotton toweu 18x40 uu lic. for 48c h llolMI. J Heavy Turkish Imth t6cN. I8x6. for 98c n dozen. ' Heavy buck linen towelo, 18x40, for J 1. 40 iv dozen. A dollar corfct. in sien 14 to o. at oc l'orty fitv left 10c l.icc oruniidies now at 5cnj aril. I nirty style 10c Hueii lirotie now at sen anl. l'tve MvlcOiluttcri nml three styles dotted dimities worth aoc, now at uk a yard; 15c white dftmtic for 7Hc a jnrd. minlin worth S',c for 5c. American organdies in choice for only 10c n j'ard. Another invoice of very due foreign organdies, of beautiful printings, wortli 40c, will be received ami put on sale this week at JjKjc'.a jard. Law ns at ac "ujul jc, worth double. Cnlicoes at tlj?, 4c, 4,Hc and 5c yard Yard-wide bleached domestics at 4c, 5c, fic mid 7HjC a yard. Yard-wide unbleached domestics at jc, 4C, 4S,c and 5c u jard. While quilt at money-saving prices, and huge sues for4!c, 60c and 98c each bleached sheets, good sUes, at 5c anil 45c Ten-quarter sheeting, special, at !J,4c per jard Thoc 9SC Rallies' colored changeable silk parusuH for 75c. line silk parujols wortli f I 35 at 89c belt nH color only 35c Ladies seamless fast black hose for I3c. ' Ladles' summer vests at truly give away prices xc, Jhe nl Swc. These prices can lie matched, but not the quality at these prices Twenty-cent tabic oil cloths for 15c a Desirable lolling fans at jc, 5c, UK", 15c to 35c apiece.. Apron Kimdiamraljc and sKc. worth 5c n j ard " . Men s shirts, plain and fancy, for jSc in thisale. MILLINERY Man v things in millinery wilt be put on sale at verv low prices. It will be lt) jour interest to look here before buying elsewhere. SHOES We are continuing our great Rale of Oxford tics at cut price, nml oflcr jou reliable lio4 at 9SC up to 2 uo a pair There is-'no better at the price. H VKHOfR'S, 1 13-1 14 North Thud street SI'IX'IAL SALE. Ono Week Only. 1 Glass French Mustard 0.05 1 lb Evaporated pplca 0.0C 1 doz Choice Lemons 0.15 2 lbs Choice Patent Flour .... 0.70 15 lb Pail Best Jolly 0. 10 1 lb Best Prunes i. .r. .. .. 0.7'v 2 lbs Good Roasted Coffee. . . . 0.26 1 bu. Fresh Meal t . . . . 0. 16 I. L. Ranhou'IiJ Phone 89. 123 S. Second St. i: NOTia. Tow Itemt of Intercut Out Chief Clerk Jones' family left Inst night for Greenville, III., to spend tho sutniix r. Last night lightning burned out all the ntinoU Central telephones during the storm. A vestibuled baggage car was brought in nt 8 o'clock from Fulton to be given slight repairs. It will be taken back on No. 121. Civil Engineer E. II Bowser came in last niht and left at 8 o'clock for Lockport. Tho pay car-arrived this afternoon about S o'clock, and a portion of the men will be paid off before night. The stores will bo open for a couple of nights to afford the railroad people an opportunity to mako desired JUDftKTULLY'a COURT. Two 1'lncH mid Ono Acquittal Itc. corded. Josh Stringer and Charlotte Greer. colored, , were tried before Countv Judgefully this forenoon upon request of their attorney tho lowest Une was assessed, 820 niuTcosts. Judge Tullyv thinks if they -want to line one for'tlii? offeusc, the nil- jrities ought to arrest everybody 10 is cutftv and make no discrimi nation. Bill Watson, tho tramp painter charged ywith stealing two paint brushes from Mr. Chas. Warren, was acquitted, lie is said to be a morphine fiend as well as adrunkard. Decorated cups, apf suueers, 88c per set j decorated' plates, It8c per set, worth 50 cenH, Monday nt Rub ins' Glass and Qiwonswnrc Co. Revival iIcotiii(r, The revival ut tho Tonth street Christian cliuroU continues with unabated interest. There was a good attendance last ulght, despite the threatening weather Rov. Sheffer is au interesting-talker and all who have heard him bav.li?no away benefited by his sermon. Alll peoplo are invited to attend the services nt this church. Song services begin at 8 I o'clock, preaching at 8:15. Mr. Sheffer will begin u series of sermons of which lie wjll preach tho Hrst to-night. - ' I ' ,"Jm "" A nico N ash llo l'lind Pitcher for 18c Monday, J urn1 28tb, nt Robins Glass is. Queens wrin Co. 23J1 Aluyho lie Kciul ! flic "Register." This forenoon a stranger entered Yeiser Park (and seating himself on a bench proceeded to read a paper. He fell asleep, and .sat thero through all the rain until completely drfcnched. About 11 o'clock lie ar.se aim walked away as ifnothing at aJL bnd happened ' Our sale Monda Hi Juno 28, will be a record brenkcr. ton't fail to take advantage of It. oblus' Glass nnd Queenswaro Co. Fou wanrthe best you can find, atthe least money-well, that's just what we have in - Refrigerators, . . We have the only one with the ice between the provision chamber. See itbefore youbuy. J ALL HAVANA FILLED. Dr.med. Albert Bernheim. J 20 North 5th Street, f 7:HO-9 A. M. Office Hours Kl 1. M. I 1 M. Ed. D. Hannan, StcanvJdS and T Sanitary.. LKH IN ALL KINDS OP... s 1KA Fillings and FittiinsT Sprinkling Hose. I 132 South Fourth Street, Rose & Give you All -kinds of FIRE LIFE and TORNADO Office BASE Xi insurance June 22, 23 and 24, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. TFRRE HAUTE vs. PADUCJH. Admission 26c; School Boys 10c. Game called at 3:00 p. m. f NEW GROGBRY Corner Twelfth and Burnett Streets. The Neatest Store, ( 321) Court Street i.i,... 1 o Paxton over Citizen's Saving Bank. BALL Stock Lowest Prices. 5c SON. city. LITTLE BEN, Pawn Broker and Loan Office .MONIiVVTO LOAN ON ALL VALUA1JLKS. Wo njo ovorstockod on Ladies' and Oont'al Solid Gold and Filled Case Watchesotjtjt 7 All tho Htnndard makes of monts nnd cases. yAlso n inir lot of Hllvor Wntelios. QfuiH, 1'lHtols, Musical instruments. Boo tho prices wo will mako you. ( Wo carry n goid line of OlothliiKr OontH' FunilsliliiBH, JInts, Shoos trunks, Valises, i'laylnft Cards, JHco, Ltc. i Wo buy all our goods at forcod saloH ami buy strictly for cash, and can always glvo ou bnrgalnf)' in ovory lino. Mouoy to loan on alyvnluabloH. Ben Michael, Jr. 103 S, Soccnd, noxt door to Lang Bros I.B. Howell.D.D.S. DENTIST Tolophono 22I.5fllces, 42T4irondwny I onico ours: The Newest The GfLLMfN Goods delivered to any part of EAT CITY BAKERY BREAD From 118, S, SECOND STREET, PADUCAH.KY, The Best Loaf Ever Drawn From itn Oven. FRANK KIRCHHOFF WILL SEE THAT YOU ARE WELL FED. A l'ttiirh ln.lv irulv n.il.1. Tim jouewir with n Ieel hi-act CITY IIAKKHYIIKIIAD An yet ttirra'ri nothlni? b.ikcil can I rank Klrchhofm brrnO tlw of complete ! rom m or Hour ami ixrlvct heat pon't Irt Home balcerx, mood, Say otbei 'loarranrv JUST AS ti(X)l), rtM Your Krocf r, oolld t a rock, And handy n a blook, Kecia Clly llakery llrcad In stock, JVhen onco on Klrchhnn'H breml you'ro dined' Jou 11 so n itn at lutiir y and llnd i our iuiks win ni no other kind, A nice, dm t pltc in Klrchhofm ihoii, Wh.re umuy I'aducali luUlessiop,! And countleaK.Hiliinlnir nickels J'OK CITY 1IAKKUY IIKKAD, A.P.'.1.IlrcbJ,0,,'', Hsk'Ty'a uptodito. Willi bread and cukes and pies all straight. And everything hoih have full elnhi. (Polks buy or KlrchboH) SO If yOU'd liaVlt V.ltlr huftltt. m..l iinn And always be la happy mood, ' ou'll always ask for Kiuiiiiorrs FOOD' Subscribers fnlllnir to receive their pnporti should nottiy tills ofllco at once. "' " n ? (NEXT PALMER HOUSE.) Tclcphon 364 Plumber. 8 a.m. to 12 m.,2 to ip.m. andntnlgbli " .. t ' ZA f t ... , t r :s. 71 ' b .Jl .' i iiit r'i r.V'J k-l. kg-V '