Newspaper Page Text
. i a ...Tbs Job Foster Ladies Shoe THE NICEST FITTING THE MOST STYLISH THE BEST SHOE .On the Big? 3Barg;aiiiss Now is the time to go to Gardner Bros. & Co.'s, buy $25 worth of goods and get a nice bronze ornament clock free . . . HBSOLUTELY FREE I We handle a full line of Furniture, Stoves, Carpets, Mattings, Shades, Lace Curtains, Rugs, etc., at prices below the lowest. Gardner Bros. & Co. Your Credit is Good . 203-205 SOUTH THIRD STRBT Big Cut on Bicycles! $100 Halladay Gut to 75 Etna 50 it 40 i FULLY Jas. W. WRlTTtN AT RANDOM. Cniit. Kpli llnliowe savs that there somu ii'iLi'ininonly green people up DutU liver, a small tributary of the lViiurwe. A few rnri a;io the captain took w r ciimll stcninci up to the headwaters of the little river during high nter. He went up n for ait tho stream, In Hftollen to gi enter proportions than IimiI eer lieen known before, was ii!iialil', util Mew hU whittle at some little thrt probably was not near the live , but an Inland town during water. The nal'ves were Hbiioit uiieivili.i'd, nod when thejr heard Hie B'.esinboat whlstlo their eoiiHiernation knew no bounds, and they ran to and fro in tho greatest aim in. Some of them had s"cn a steamboat ns before, but R uisjm'.ty of them had not, and when Uey at leuth, throiiiili thu ifsnnuiee of the fotiuer, conqueted fear, .liey vemured dovvj, in huge iiuinbeiH.to .heafnnge looking thing wuli smoking ehimueys and n wheel behind it. and eiiiiously Inspected It. The ecpl.il a was tienied so loyally that he lemaiued In poll three ilajs. is, On the third d.iy, however, a man boarded the bo'it in cscitoinuul and n nut of homespun, and called for the captain "I'm tho eaptnln," icplied Capt H illowc. Wal, my wife's down tlmr and wains to si e ye," the mau informed If .n. , , ,. her up," responded tin cnp.ni'i. ho3.itably. .'Mm won't foine; ye'll haf tcr go down lli'ir," "!l tlie husband. The accommodating eaptnin went down and found an angular looking female, ally lu great distress. .She implored him in her simple to "in'uy that tlmr thing down tl.' vi ek." Her boys tla,. ncared from liomo three days before, and she had slie went on lo explain, ,mt found n cm, while huntiug for of bea'i ucsta, ono hollow rtump nl the other in n hollow log They io weiii 21 eis ohl, but had never ,,. u siimnboat, and when they I,,..,,,! that boat whistle thrco days li,.'f,ire b mi ran nud concealed them-selves as for security where they were (.mud. i'd outly refused to emergo , the bun had gouo. Tho lelt wi'i' his boat lo plaeato tho mmliir, and 1m? novcr un 1,,,,-k -In e ' 'tause tho river hain't hrrii his-ii eiiongU, bo says. .l.i S dors yo3toiday ileltvoro m "roast" to that class of "spoils who maKC - ilsiug yuuug tar Geo. Bernhard Is the exclusive and only authorized agent for market for the money. ii 26 in.;WhB3ls it if 24 in, Wheals GUARANTEED. TRMS.UaPS) Gleaves prucli o of spending their Hn.o around of As a eonfeqoencc of the inevitable on anddegrneiiivy of h.iuli ho had befo.e him ayoa 'i not near out of hit Vena, who luil forayec past been the pet of n oin nn nt one of tlie pnlaes of iniquity, and at last hril fallen a victim to her vk'lousnis She h.d eu him a sudden til of null while iiudei the intliiet cc of I quo', I urolith .he arm, laid pciimps it was due p:iiielpnly lo clinuce miller tliau to choice thai the wound vn not worc. As it was, howevn, the vouig tnii w.i3 diagsr,l publ.cly before tlie courts and involved in the dism iinbiogl'ii, while the evidence de. veloped tlie f.tet that lie hud kept up uis nsfroeiationi wdli Uio womau for n e.v and he hardly out of his bibs, the coii't took occasion lo my. It was no fault of ins parents, fur they licit ixerted every means, even to Mi.niug the prnpricUcsa of the house not to admit him, to (keep him away, lioys nt this agu aru too big io whip, it least whipping litis gone out of ijiyle, they ate too young to run at ihige (without Kiinu lest i.,nt, and can't bo kept in jail. Tho question what is to be ilono w.th them? An elderly gentleman hung supinely over tho iton fence in fiont of the handsome Lnngstnff residence on ltioudway the other lnorn'ug. "I've found out something I'll bet no other man in tho world ever found out before," the old mr.n to another gentleman who was pa-sing. Tho latter turned nnd saw tho old fellow gazing intently iuto the fountain in tho center of the yanl. In iho middle of tho fountain is n miniature water mill, tho two wheels of which are turned by tlie water slowly percolating tlirotiuii two small tube. ( "What 13 it you've done?" ' the pedestrian, with some little in-1 teicsl. I ve found out how many drop- water it takes to that wheel I) I... ...... l!-.l .il 'l 1 . tuoiiim once, uu .com,., -i nun count three times to do it, 1ml ( I've loiimt tun tiiiu n taucs izoi diops of water." ' 'i he old fel'r t" oubtlessnoht, It is po sibk f j a person patience to count tho falling diops. lint he had couii.eil lutct times over 2000 d ops of water. Thcro 's oio fling a train e's pa cher tioes not i.oiinicnance, and tliis is "cue Vi" tho ir . A'Mo fiom tho moral erfeul of bvek'u '.'.city, it takes up too much valuable time. It is told iu telegraph circle tiim III TRADE MARK $60 40 30 25 & Son. Supt. Dugtin, of the Poital, recently suspended au operator at I'raiceton, Ky., for saying to the chief dispatcher here that he "had tod d much business." Ho was given thirty days, and if ho had preUzed Ills Maker's name to the inipiccafon lie would doubtless got a lifo (sentence. Uol. Hud Dale, of McCracken co.iuiy, who was nl one lime n leadei, seems now to be one of the leiidii) r.iri.lnro II.. !. I I . .. ).... IHIIULID. klV II mi: UIOl man in his eoiinly, nnd perhaps the lii.t in the l'urc!iiis,o lo htiisu sowing wheal. Ili&safolo saysholluds it tiio'e pacing to lend the ftumeis than the J'opullbis .Mujlield Mliror. Col Dale is not only a piosperons fanner, but a peiseveiing politician as well. In addUIon he conns to the eily cm) y tlay, cleiks in one of the establishments heio, ami til les eight miles Louie every night, uiiu or shine. . With Ann'o Uauisey in the penitentiary and Alice Duncan mauled, l'aini'iuh has been shorn of two of her most degeiieinlo females. Th'j police can now heave a sigh of lellef. Their faces w q bo m'ssed in police elides, and "Tin Cau alky" will know them uouioic. liul sjieakiug of muiiiagcs, the one leifoimcd iu Justice 'tiche.te' r o'dlco yesteulay was n ")ech.', The lJuuetiu womau was bilde, while bomujoung buck, in till p.obablli, u btruuger, was gioom. Tho b.Iiii! snicHeietl continually du.Ieg Hit teudiug of the ce.cmouy, hile the gioom indiffcteuily puffed at a clatetle. "Do you take th'.s woman to be your wedded w'fe?" nsked the Jus. tice. Js'o recponso. "Answet !'' ptoiupted the Jus ilte. "Whut mus' I say?" "Sny 'Yes.' " "'ssith!" hogrinncd. 'l'hcu it came ihe bv'do's t .no lo , M1cr Hl,,y(, bho j ( between .,s Tho couple went nwv, but iu itonl ot the city hall ibobrUiil patl .opped, ami tho polno iiibiied oui o get u lu.t look nt the brldo. "Ah wishyo' much joy," shouted o'.h female, as sho swilchtd off, and .Ii a g n'efulglgglo Alleo red hoi .it'ilninil ualulcti thu polite net! lf one on one side of the pavement ucd inu other on tho oppose, followed by llio "bc3t rain," who hfil a now tin bucket, to bo ttsnl t a"gtowler In tliu ensuing It i3 the earnest v.ish of tho police r among i wno nnvo long uccn numucreu the bride s acquaintances, that the Ktowler will always be full to over-Mowing. This would Insure the ever lasting happiness of the couple. DRIFTWOOD Saved From tho Waterr, Cor railed on the Ijevee. '4 (tenia of Specinl Interest to Klvxi People. Very little business was l!cing clone on tho levee this morning. The Phillips was out for Cairo on time this morning. The Cumberland river packets are duo here today. The river still continues to fall here being a fall of one-tenth in tho last twelvo hours, making tho gauge read .2 this morning. Owing tj low water, the ferryboat Uettio Owens has discontinued her trips to Owen's landing, opposite the city, until there is a rise. She had considerable troublo in making hir trips yesterday. Capt. Holllngswortu paid the river front a visit yesterday afternoon and says that tho harbor here presents a duller appearance than any he has seen yet. hven the little towbont Mary which is usually doing something in the harbor could not be seen nt that time. Capt. Langdon, who has charce of the Innovator, came up from Krook- lyn with the boat yesterday afternoon with tho expectation of tearing the old water works crib out, but upon sounding the water found there was not sulilcient water for them lo work. It is thought that it will hac to lie olasted out. Work is rapidly progressing on Copt. Jacob's new boat. Several of the old river men when expressing their views of the present low wnter, yesterday afternoon, said they had seen the river nt a consider able lower staijc, but never before had they experienced such quiet limes although they all seem to think that when ilio river coins up river business will lie iu abundance. The Maggie Uelle was pulled out on the docks this morning for some slight repairs. The A'hland City was let off the docks yesterday afternoon and left for Danville on time at 10 this morning. The liroeckelcr and IJuttorff which were due here early this morning had not put in their appearance at a late hour. Capt. Alex Woolfolk, pilot on tlie ferry boat, after being off for several days, owing to sickness, again wei.t to work this morning. The boat is now making four trips to Brooklyn daily. Yellow Jack Killed. Cascarels, Candy Cathartic kills Yellow Jack wherever they find Him. No one who takes Cascaiets ly and systematically is in danger from the dieadful disease. Cascaiets kill Yellow fever geirns in tho bowels nnd prevent new oucs fiom breeding 10c, 25c, 50c, alldiugg.sU. nlmwf lOS TM AbTl.lt WKST I'uid Ills Shortno Undir Protect Iliinks Ills Accounts Arc I oiivct. Inspector Vickery was here last Monday iu the legulnr course of business and looked ovei the business of the oHlec, savs the Mn field ".Mirror, " in speaking of the postolllce affairs. If he disrovcred any discrepancy in Mr. West's account at that tune he said nothing; but went away aurl returned aguiu lust Saluulny, when he claimed lo have di&coveied ihe uecouuts in the business here wee out of balance. He claims to have diieoveud eirois of about 8000 in the last quarter s business wh.eh ended July 1 ; and other enois tinting Ibis quuiler tnuUing the entile tiuiount uboiil g'lOO, Disiiiet Smith was here also icpioculni' the goveinuient, and they deeiiled .Siiniltiy to deposo Mi. West anil notified his boudsuieu of the conclusion about uoon Sundav 1'iesuieties, who are W. S. Cook. J W. Gjillilh, U. E. Gi.Ullh, D. G I'uik and 1). b llobsou, nai mid selected O. U. Huppy to tn!.o eli!itt of the postolllce until a new man by the government. The alleged shortage has been settled iu lull, but was paid under protest bj .Mr. West and his sureties, as thej think the accounts aio collect, at least up lo tho end of last quarter July 1, when ho received a quietus j and they will make further investigation of the matter. Mr, Happy was selected by the sureties lo lake chaige because he was familihr with the duties of the olllco, and he was the most uvailabh innu. Mr. West's term expired in Apiil, nnd he has been meiely bold-mg oyer to await thg settlement oi the squabble botween O. II. ilnppj and L. W. Key, who are both np plloants for the place, Tin Temple nr Tne, Nine babies of t(iori nnd Izes were brought out from Kansas City one tiny lately nnd turned over to he Shithim colony near I.as Cruees, X. M. This Is the fourth consignment ot ufaiits that hns tenehed tho eolouy hlsyear.and at preient iitiantSO little wnlfs nro InilnK eortsl for here under the direction of a peculiar clttrlous sect, who term themselves Tidthlsts." The colony wus about 15 yours nfio by tho once toted Dr. Tonntr. He Is ntlll the spirit in the undertaking, and is as-listed by John II. Xcwbrough and A. , Uoulaiul, of llohtou. All property is held in common by the colonists, nnd '.heir diet consists of tractable mater only, llowlund Is the chief spiritual uhlscr, and is tho nuthnr of the Bible, whloh the New Mexican uipreme court has declared, in n tult, to be a most remarkable, and Incongruous publication. The house of worship is called "the Temple of Tae,"nntl the principal hymn b sunR to the nlr of "Dixie." St. fouls (J t COLORED DEPARTMENT. OOl.OKKD LODOKS. MASONIC Manonlc tUU SM Third Floor. Ml Mcir nor I.odiie No Z9 Meets ercry Unit Tlmrwlay evetilnit In each month Sit Zloti Lodite No 5 Meets every Erst Wednesday tynnlni! In each month. Susannah ourt No 2, I .ad If n Meets every fourth Muiiday lueaih mouth. Stone Kquaro UkIro No, j Meets every second .Monday in ench mouth. INDKI'KNDK.NTOItDKUOH ODD FELLOWS Odd Fellows Hall, s e corner 7th & Adams."" Household of llutb, No 18 Meets first and third Friday evening In each month at Colored Odd Fellows Hail. l'aducah Lodftu No IjllV Meets every Drat and third Monday In each month at Colored Hall. 1'uducah 1' rlart lis No. 79. G U O OX; Meet every fecoml evening In eac month at t ulureU Old 1'ullown' null Past Ortnd Master's I 'ouncll No 79 Meets uvery fourth Friday uvenlnir In each month nt Oolored Odd Fellowa' Hal . t Western Kentucky Loditt No. 2S.1l Meets uvery second ami fourth iuenday evening In uach month at Colored Old Fellows' Hall. VotlnK Men's I'rlde Lodge No. 1783 Meets .iveiy second and fourth Wednesday evening it Hall over No 'Hi llroaduay. UNITED HHOTHEKSOF FH1ENDSHIP. St Paul Lodne No 6. Miets every second mil fin rth .Monday evening In each mouth at 131 -M ... ijlsteis If the Mysterious Ten, St No ! Me ttbe Brot l'uisday In each month at 131 Ilro.iJj. (lollsn Kule Temple Meets second Thurs-lay In each month, at 131 llroadway, M3 U. K. T. 777. Ceiemonlal Temple No 1 Meets first and third Tuesday night lu each month. (Jolden Kule Tabernacle, No. K meets first ind third Wednexday nlghta In every month. Saral Tabernacls No 30 Meets second Sueen fourth Monday nights In each mouth 'MadallUBTtbernacle. No 2 Meets first and third Thursday nights in each month. Lily of the West Tabernacle, No. 65. Meet second und fourth Thursday nights In each month. I'rlde ot Paducnu Tent, No. 6. Meet! first Saturdaynfteruoon In each month. Star of l'aducah Tent Meets second Saturday p m lu each month. Lily of the WetTent, Meets third Saturday pm in each month-Star of Hethelehem Tent. No -M, Jmeetelllh Saturday arteino'in In each month. Oltoyal Medli U.irllelill'.tHttiim, JN". M, meets first Monday evening lu each imml'iUt 7.30 p.m. TaborUn Cmnmadery, Not I, .Drill ;Con, meet i every Friday night In tach tnoath ate ii. m. 411 KM. CHURCHES. Husband Street Church (Methodist) Sun-lay school at 0 a m i reaching 11 a. m and 7 p. m. Hev. C. M. Palmer, pastor. Iturks Chapel, 7tn and Ohio ( VethodlM) Sunday eilKxiltia ni. Preaching II a m. and 8 p. in. Rev. 11, 5. llurks, pastor. Washington Street llapilst Church. Sunday echmjl V a m Pre tchlug S p m. Uev Ueo, v. uupee, pastor. Seventh Mreet llaptlst Church. Hunday hool v a m Preaching, 11 a. in and 8 pm. Hev W s. Haker, pattor Si Paul A M K. church Hunday school 9 a m, preaching Ham 7:3Dp m., Uev J. u pastor Ht. Jame A M. t: church, 10th & Trimble streets :uuday school at 3 p in.. Preaching S pro, Hev J O.Stanford pator. Trimble street Christian church Sunday school 9.30 a. m., preaching, 11 am and 5 . m., prayer ervket, Ww.uesday e lngs, 7. M, bituday school teachers' meeting Thursday evenings, 7-30 All ate corldtally Invited S. It. Cotter, pastor. Kbenezer V 1). Church (United llrethreu In Chrltt). Services Sia.m. 1'ieachlng ID 3d a m and 7 p. m. Wlorn to ' be city and others cordially Invited to attend t'bunh, South Fifth street, between Onto and Venneoe streets, Uev. Jas, A. Woodward, pastor. Miss Susie lioj d is on the sick list. Mr. Levi l'ippen, of Suiilhlaud, is ia the city. Mrs. Allen Johnson, nee Duulap, is seriously ill at the home of Iter mother in Pans, Tcnn., where she had gone on u visit. Her husband left j csterday to be at her bedside. Her many friends hope for her speedy recovery. All members of the Trilby Social Club arc kcriby notified to meet 1 1 Mrs. Auuio Hell's, 123 South Ninth ftrect, betweeu Uroadway and Court, 'ouight, as there is business of tube attended to, So ordered by the president. Mr. William Noel, n joung minis- crofthe Gospel, and brother to Mr. T. I). Hibl.s, left this morning over theX.,C. & St. L. railroad, for Atlanta, Ga , where he will unter the Gammon Theological University. He carries with him the good wishes of a host of fiicnds here. Zi VW vTYiatJ. .& Vli V TV, .Bttf owe- . I 1 vtvtye - , to t'' t, tVuo.ls.i mit TEW": .,v,l o 'M.rt f MotWs.t,ar'4ri,oan..:v,t.t S o ; -CT 4t1 w nl UcK. tVrt InoVi con1? ;Ofl lBcelu.Toui R iv'. eVs sa 1 JuESTAve ty.vw. ?e?etw1 c!fk! lSPPHn wsVien0? ".tic frxvcl ass-,, t&mmmi is,.. 5.a?rf r."":' aWu".... A1S&IWMA Jtw "..rttW6" o miMek er.i3V!r; BLOOD POISON A SPECIALTY. rtlmary. Hecomlary or Tertiary Ill.OOl) I'OIHU.V permanently CUttED IN 15 TO 35 DAYS. You can be trenteil at home for same price under umc guaranty. If you prefer to come here we will contract to pay railroad fate and hotel bills, and uu charge. If wr fall to cure. iF YOU HAVE taken mercury. Iodide potaih, ami still have nchcn and pnms. ucjim Patches In inoutli, iore Ihiout, Pimples, copper Colored Spots, Ulcers on any part cf Hie t..,.. ,J.J, Il.lv ,,.. ... n llu.t.pndfa t.J.HI.n" fll.ntf ...... vh., mil It .. 1. tiiiscconuar WE CUAnAfJTEE TO CUIlE. We isollrlt the obstlna'e cases and chaltenua the world for a case wd cannot cure. i baffled the skill of the most eminent physicians. $300,000 cnpltat beliimi turunt itulltin. nal guar nly Absolute proofs cent sealed on application, loo pave book sent free. Addrcus COOK RP.MCOV CO., .107 & 308 flasonlc Temple. CII1CA0O. If I,. T i far- i l i v'iltmt' 9W "J -J ' h i i tflmmm 4 l ft ?Mi sJs&ft urn. ,&&MiMW;ik '! ' . nmwsi . zzmm. mwm?, )m T- '. 329 7 Phon.? E. J. BERGD0LL. Paducah Co.r - Bottling - AGENT CELE11RATED LOUIS O'BERTS BEER, Of St. Louis. In kegs anil bottles. VIso various, temperance drinks Soda Pop, Seltzer Water, Orange Cider, dinger Ale, etc Telephone orders filled until 11 o'clo k at night during week and 12 o'clock Saturday nights. Telephone 3 01. 10th and Madison Streets L'ADUCAK.KY. FINE DRIVERS A'O SADDLE HORSES. Elegant Carriages and Turnouts JAS. A. GLAUBER'S Livery, Feed and ."Boarding Stable Cor, Third and TELEPHONE 148. SCIENTIFIC AND 'FIR ST-CLASS BLftCKSftlTHINQ xi REFftlRING HORSESHOEING All work guaranreed. f. W.GREIF. P. F0 IS 1IEADQBARTERS FOR Holiday Groceries, Fruit Cake Materials, Apples and Oranges, Fresh Canned Goods, &c. LABD A SPECIALTY . Telcnnone 118. 1 " ' Wall Paper Window Shades IN THE LATEST PATTERNS. I'KOMIT ATTKNTIONGIVKM TO ALL OUDKUS. W. S. GREIF, N'o. 132 h. Tliinl Stuvt Telephone No. 3' ose & FIRE LIFE and TOKNADO Givcyou All inds of High-Grade Bicycles and; Dicycieoundries. Agont for tho highest grades of Bfcyoles made We nro prepared to offer 1898 Stonrns for $58. SO Don't fall to SCO our 815.00 Ovorlanda and Rugbys boat on tho market, prottlost wheol made. Don't fall to seo our lino of wheels boforo buying. Wo aro tho only ojccIubIvo BIcycIo house in tho city. Coniploto repair shop. Freo riding school to those buy. ing wheols from us. Don't fail to call remember tho plnce, Paducah Cycle Works, 128 and l'J8 North Fifth street, nonr Palmer Ilouef ST. JAMES HOTEL ST. i.oris. Rates, $2.00 Per Day. Room and Breakfast, SI. 00. European Plan, SI. 00 Per Day. Good Kooms. Good Meals, Oooo Skuvick. tVhen you vl.lt St, LouU atoi at ST. JAMES HOTEL IlllOUJWAY ANllWAtNUT. cara illrwt to Hotel, L-. HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, UlUIMNU.lCAiaOWINlNQ, UIAZIMQ AMP IlAltDWOOU Kl.NlSlltll TeIplione i;t. rtwUtnca OS a1 t. I'ACUOAU.ltr, V '-. . ?ti ,, ii&gi HANNAN Does All Kinds of "Water, Gas and PLUMBING! Steam and Hot Water Heating, South Fourth Street Court Street 201 AT- 2dland J,d Ivxa. JLJL jL Cor. 9th and Trim We St T.' raxtftn nsurance Office over Citizen's Saving Bank. 11 iS Gale House LOUISVILLE. KY. American l'lan 63.00 to 85.00 per day. Rooms only 81.00 anil upwards. A. R. COOWJR, Manaci lasoime Stove WORKS 128 Uroadway. Old stoves re. modeled nnd made good ushow. CiiA.4. Pisk. A RAILROAD TIME TABLK8. Vfishville, 4Chattanooga A St. Leak itanroau. pioudAH AwnmtMtrns DrrmioR SOCIII BOUND Lt Paducah Arl'arH i. .. 1200 pm 8 35 pa (Hollow Rock Junction. I IS im 745 pea lxlnuton 3Wf7m via pa Jackson SMpni 10 10 pra t.v. Jackson .... S.Mpm. ooo 3a Ar.MerapbU 7 00pm ooasa iN'AHhTllle fllMpm 11 08 pm Chattanooga ...... 3 Warn XMam Atlanta 8 05 am NORTH BOUND Lv. Atlauta 3 is am 3 00 pa Chattanooga S M pm 8 to cm Nashville 9 HJam 4 oo pm Mpmphls RSftatn 2 15 pm Ari.Iack.ion KM pm 6I5;pm l.exlnnuin I 30 pm 0 15 pm r.v.IxlnKton 1 60 pm 830 pm .r iionow hock junction, iim pm 7 53 pm I'arH 3SS pm 800 IB Ar l'aducah ,., . .. ... fltApm 830 3E All trains dally. Through train and car service and Jackson, Memphis, Nasavllleana Chattanooga, Tenn, Close connection (or At aula, Ua Jacksonville, Fla., Washington, llaltlmore, Philadelphia and New York, and Ihe Southeast, and to Arkansas, Texas and all points Southwest. For farther Information call on oraddrets. A.J. Welch. U, 1'. A.,Memrhli,Tenn W. V. Danlejr. U V and T A Nashville, Tenn., F II Teachout I P. and T. A., 1'ilmor Uons Padacah Kr , K. S. Unrnham. depot tlcke' agent, Paducab, Kr. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD LOCISVItLK AND MEIIPniS DIT1IONS. nohth No an No ax Mo a LvNew Orleans.. 6 'JO cm BOOam Lv Jackson, Miss. .12 47 am 15npm I.v Memphis 7 60 am 8 15 pm Lv J ackson, Tenn. 10 35 am to 08 pm Lv Cairo, 111. Wf3 am 127 am Lv Fnlton 1 00 pm 1210 pm sooam Ar l'aducah 215 pm 1 20am 7 50 am LvPadncah 2 55 pm 125 am goo am Ar Princeton 4 40 pm 2 48 am 9 37 am ArEvansvllle 8 55 pm 10 40 am ArHopklnsvllle... 9 50 pm 11 30 ans. Ar Nortouvllle. ... 539pm 3 38 am lot Ar Central City 30pm 4iam.;rflcaa Ar Horse Branch .. 7 49 pm 6 1131 1.25 pm ArOwensboro. ... 9 40pm 510 pm r Louisville lO&Tpm 8;oqiam 515 pm Cincinnati 8 40 am 1155am SoD.nBoDr No 301 No 203 No 221 2 56 pm Lvcincinna JP" S30am 706 pm 8 40 am Loulstllle . 10 45 am Lv Owens boro Ar Paducah; ......l2i''1Pm 152 am 806 pm Lv Paducah 1230 157 am 15pm 2 40 712 am pm Ar MavQeld 1 10 pm 3 00 3 15 am pm Ar Fulton 206 pm Ar Cairo 4 00 pm )56 am Ar Jackson, Tenn.. 410 pm 523 pm Ar Memphis 7 05 pm 7 20 am l8pm ArNew Orleans... 8 30am 7 00 pin ArGr'nvllteMlss. 3 20 pm ArVlcksburg 3 00 am 85pm ArNalcnez 30um All trains run daily Nos'J03 and -Til carry Pullman buffet sleeping earn and tree reclining chair can between Ula- cinn ti ana New urleaus. Not 201 and 202 run solid betweenfClnrlnnatl and New Orleans, carrying Pullman buffet ipicr. Train 204 carries ileeper, opei In Paducah union depot at V p.m. Direct connections for all Dolnu east. wait. north and south. Ticket omceti, Uroadway inder the Palmer, and at the union depot. ST. LOUIS DIVISION. NORTn BOUND. 302 304 Leave Paducah ,12:10 pm, 8.16 rm rrlve Metropolis.... 1.00 pm, 7:40 pm " Urantsburg 1:1.! pm. 8:40pm " Parker City 2.15 pm, 10.06 pm " Marlon 2:45pm, 11.04pm " Carbondale 3:25 pm, " Plnckneyvllle. , ... 4 50pm, 1:50 am ' St. Louis 7:18pm, 7:18am SOCIH BOUND. 301 308 Leave St. Louis ... 8:00 am, 8:04 pm ' East St. Louis ......... 8 18 am, 8:18 p m 11 Plnckneyvllle 10 25 am 11 00 pm " Carbondale ......11:45a m, " Marlon ... .. 12:24 pm, 2:40 am " Parker City 12:55 pm, 3:45 am " Orantsburg l:2Upm, A 00 am " Metropolis .... 2:09 p m, 4.53 am Arrive Paducah 2:50 pm, 7:30 am Stop tor meals All train ran dally. This Is the popular line to St, Louts and Chicago and all points north and west. Train leaving Paducah daily at 6:15 p. m. has through Pullman Palace Sleeping and Parlor Car (or St. Louis. Double berth rates, 11.50; chair rates, 75 cents. For further Information, reservations, tickets, etc , call on or address J . T. Donovan C. T. A., 1'almer House, Paducah, or A. H. Hanson, General Passenger Agent Chicago. Missouri Pacific Railway The Oreat Through Line From PI I nnin To KANSAS ST. JOE. Oil I LUtllW OMAHA, PUEULO, DENVER and SALT LAKE. TRY THE NEW FAST TRAIN KANSAS AND NEBRASKA LIMITED. Iron Mountain Route. ChR most direct line via Memphis to all points in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS. WEST AND SOUTHWEST. rce Reclining Clialrs on All Trains. run'wm Coaches Memphis to A"LA8 and Font Worth. free books on Texas, Ar For maps, rates. rn States, and furthet ifcasas, and all Wes t local ticket agent Information, call on row or write T V H. T. G. MATXI1EWS, &. 'ls, ky LOUIS Vl. TtNNESSEE CENTENNIAL AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION Nashville, Chattanooga and St, Louis Railway on't Forgejt; Uy thU Line yotiBwiute tho ,, . v'VlUM of fPW'l, safety, comfort MAX. and satisfaction at th MINIMUM of cxuenne, auxlety. both. ana fatigue. EXCURSION TICKETS On Hale at reduced r.ite frc.'l a" Points (j this lino nd connerllons, to NA.,"v".t. and r.turn, nurliiBthe coutlntunco oi Centennial ami Internatlonul KxinJ'iltlon. HetM evii. Null vlll and an U. Atlnnt , AuRiwta, Macon, Jack-...... nonvlile, Knotvllld and Asbevllle, Washington, llaltlmore. I'ulladel. SLEEPING duU, Ktvt Vork. Portsmouth, Nor-CARS... (oik, Jackson and Memphli. Little Kock,Teiarkana,bherinan, Waco, Djllas tnd Fort Worth. PAUCE DAY COACHES ON ALL TRAINS 1 Information pertaining to TICKETS, ROUTES RATES ETC. lll be cheerfully (uruUhed upon application to ticket agents, or to A. J. WKLCII, Dlvblon PAteenuer Auent, ' Meinpliia, Tenn. J. II. LATIMEll, Southeastern I'aswnger Ageui. Atlauta, Oa. D. J. MU'LLANEV, Northeastern l'assenger .. Agent, W) West Funrth street, Cincinnati. ' vy., ,cveru i'asenger,uent. Lim?U M5 K"n"' E,:hauge Ilulldlug, St! UHIAKU K. HILL. Northern l'sasenirnr ent iffuifn t i...,t.... t.ii r.... Marquette IlulldlnK.Colcasu. ... ... t ... KDMONIlAoN. L. r,u.,i.n, soutnern iuwn, Agent, Chattanooga, Teuu W. L. DAXLEV, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. NlSUVlLLE, TKNN. (tablUhed I8, Incorporated m Johnson Foundry and Machine Go. Manufacturers and Dealers In Steam Engines, Boilers, Housefronts Jill Machinery And Tobacco Screws, Urass And Iron Fttingi. C&atincs oi ku anas. Pavvqam, t:j v.