All our Sl.fiO lincu ernth skirts go
in this sale for 76c.
All our $2 ycry fine linen, deniro,
duck and Silccia skirts go iu tuis.salc
1500 fino lonsdole muslin gonna,
regular price 75e, go iu this sale for
'J00 fine cninbrio embroidered
trimmed corset covers go in this sale
One lot of sample silk and satin
dress skirts, a selection of 200 skirts,
no two alike, nnd none worth less
limn 57, 58 and id, go in this sale
for? I 18.
A $.", 30x00, Smyrna rug with
every $2 0 coupon ticket.
OirAfi. T. Tayloji,
Vro jylo tor.
ALL, Ol" THIS WEEK
LA TETITI5 EILKKX
HEII) ANM) aiLHEKT.
Enllro New Company 8uudny
l'KHFOHMANOE EVERY NIGHT
.MUST GO SLOW.
Over at New Athens 111, the
habitants have raised great kick
cause the Illinois Central trains
Four room cottage .r25 South
Eighth street. Lot fiOxlGf). Easy
terms. Apply to Judge Speucc. 8JC
This morning there were millions
ol willow lllcs all over every thing
duwn about the wharf. All tho boats
were well decorated with them, but
by noon they had all died. They
arc hatched iu the mud, and do not
ci mi" every night.
Stilt." s orauge
finest In the city.
through the city too fast. They have
remonstrated to such an extent that
Sunt J. J. Gnvcn has issued orders
that the speed of all trains be reduced
while passing through the place.
WA'l EK NOTICE.
Patrons oT tho Water company are
reminded that all water renta were
duo ou July 1. Those who desire to
renew this quarter's rent should do
eo before tboy forget it, as nil premises
not paid for on or before July 10,
will be shut off. td.
The maiu sewer, which has been
built from Third and Clay down
Third to Court, and out Court to
Seventh, is fast nearing completion,
jind as soon as Ninth street is reached,
which will be in n few days, the
most dilllcult nnd costly part of the
sowcrago will have been finished,
nnd it will then be only a comparatively
short time until the sewerage
iu first district is finished.
Situation by registered pharmacist,
ten years experience. References. Address,
"Druggist," Iu care of St.
Nicholas hotel. 6j3
TOO HOT TO TALK.
Hon. W. M. Heed, of Ucntou, was
in the city again today, but in response
to an inquiry as to whether he
was going to run for congress, said :
"It is too hot to talk now ; wait'till
the weather gets a little cooler."
Stutz's lime juice and cola is a
Very fine tonic. Try it and experience
its invigorating influence. 8j2
Tlio gravel furnished the city by
Voight liros. is the best ever brought
here, according to authorities ou the
subject. It is now beiuc received iu
large quantities, and is being placed
on the streets as fast as received.
'Dr. Edwards, Ear, Kye, Nose and
Throat- Specialist, l'aducah, tf.
Little Alias Margie Uagby, npou
whom an operation was jestcrday
performed for apendicitis, 13 still improving,
and today is thought to be
out of danger.
wanted to rent
Part of a store ou a main street
for professional man. Show window
facing street preferred. Address
l'rof. fi. 11. Kisou, Mayflcld, Ky.
ON 111 Iv DOCKS.
The lower wharf was this morning
towed to tho dry docks, nearby, by
the I . S. steamer Lookout, and
placed ou the dry docks for repairs.
Sho will be given u thorough overhauling
before she is let off.
AH our 62.50 and $3 flee wli'to
dress hats go in this sale for $1.2fi
and SI, CO.
AH our $1, $5 and SO pattern hats
go in this sale for 82 and $2.50.
AH our very Que French pattern
hats, never sold under $8 or $1) go Iu
this sale tor St and St. 25.
A beautiful new lot of sailors just
received. The very newest shapes
and effects, 25c and upwards.
All our $1.50 French hair switches
go in this sale for 75c.
All our S2 and 82.50 French hair
switches go in this sale for SI nnd
215 BROADWAY,,. THE BAZAAR ...215 BROADWAY
LAB ELL E f
HE LOST A "V."
Col. Edward 0. Leigh came down
yesterday from Owensboro. On the
train he bought a paper, and handed
.1 .ii ..1.1.11 i.i t. ii t
wuai ue inougni was a
"Is that the least vou have?"
asked tho agent.
The editor, thinking the price of
the paper was three cents, replied
that it wap, to which the "butch"
replied that ho didn't have any
"Oh, well, just keep the change,"
rejoined the purchaser, who could
never miss two cents. The "butch"
gleefully pocketed tho coin. Col.
Leigh afterwards found that be was a
gold piece short. He
went to the "butch," and demanded
the "V," but tho "butch" de.
nied having received it. Col. Leigh
reported It to Olllcer Hoyer at the
Union depot, and tho next time the
"butch" passes through Paducah,
he will be nailed.
If you want a load of dean nut
coal, telephone No. 70.
21mltn BAimr & IlESNEBKnoKii.
Rev. Cave left yesterday for Virginia
on a visit.
XV. P. Sloan, of McLeansboru,
ill., is in the city.
Roadmastcr II. V. Wallace, of the
1. C, was here today.
Mrs. Will Clements left today for
Covington, Ky., on a visit.
Mr. O. L. Gregory returned this
morning from St. Louis.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Parbani weut
to Dawson this morning.
Mrs. V. S. Uishop is -visiting the
family of Judge D. G. Park, at
Mrs. II, G. Thompsou left this
morning for Dawson to spend several
Mrs. Chas. Hrower and children
have gone to Mayiield ou u visit to
Congressman Chas. K. Wheeler is
expected home from Washington tomorrow.
Mrs. W. K. Peurod and children
left today for Peurod, Ky., on a visit
Miss Susie Morton leaves the first
of next week for Howling Green on a
Miss Rebecca Alien and Miss
Adino Morton leave Tuesday for
Mr. Percy Garrett aud wife, of
St. Louis, arc in the city visiting the
Col. Edward O. Leigh, of the
Owensboro Messenger, 13 in the city
on a several days' visit.
Mrs. J. J. Dufour and daughter,
Mi'93 Minnie, have returned from
Dawson and are at the Palmer.
Traveling Freight Agent Lyman
T. Swaneutt, of tho St. Louis divi
sion of the Illinois Central, was in
the city today.
Miss Alice Reeves, one of
most popular young ladies, is
a guest of Mrs. J. M. Ezell, on North
Little Miss Lizzie May Pickering
left this morning for her home in
Princeton after a visit to the family
of Mr. Chas. Frederick.
Miss Stevens, of Cairo, and Miss
Spaulding, of Rockport, were round
trippers on the Fowler last night and
returned home today.
Miss FreddieS Uaumgard has rc
turned from Golconda and Dixon
Springs, III., and was accompanied
by Mr. Albert Dumainc.
Mrs. J. E. Williamson, Mrs. W.
H. Willis and daughter, Miss Willie,
left on the packet today for
to visit relatives and friends.
Miss Ethyl llailey has returned
from a visit to Metropolis, accompanied
by Misses Alice Shoemaker,
Robbie Evers and Juliette Cunningham,
who will visit her,
Miss Mattic Perdue, of tho tele
phone exchange, has resigucd her
position. She has been on the night
lorcc, ana was very polite ami accommodating
to the patrons of the
Miss Jessie Thompson-loft for her
home in Elkton today after a visit to
Mr. W. L. Thompson and family.
She was accompanied by Miss
Perkins, who will visit in Elk-
Major M. Bloom Las godo to Cleveland,
O., to attend a meeting of tho
oillcial board ot the I. O. B. B. Ho
and his family will spend the summer
at flit. Clement, Mich. The family
leaves Sunday, and Maj. Bloom will
Join them later.
Telephone 293 for Stutz's pure
and delicious ice cream. Prompt
delivery and correct service. 8j2
U Ni'iniimtert by the PopuHsts
For Congress in This District.
Another Meeting Set
For the 2 lth.
The Nomination of lien 0. Keys
Withdrawn Tin o Weeks for
Kcovch to Decide Likely
to Make the Race.
A meeting of tho district populist
committee was held at the
house this morning in pursuance
of a c.illfrotn ChairmauCardiu,
aud there were six comtnittmen present,
iu addition to several other prom
inent populists. Among the latter
were lion. Jo A. Parker and his
father, who stopped over ou their
waj' to Louisville from Marion.
The committeemen present were:
K. J. Desha, Ballard; J. II. Ham,
Marshall; L. Thomas, Graves; nnd
Crit Jones, of McCracken.
Chairman Cardiu, who called the
meeting, was absent on account of
sickness, and Ben C. Keys nor bis
son were cither preseul.
Owing to a misunderstanding, it
was deemed best to withdraw the
name of Keys for the congressional
Hon. Bud Reeves, of Wickliffo,
wns present tit the meeting, and the
crowd was quite large. Nothing of
interest was done before noon, the
arrival of several of tho absent delegates
being awaited, but many could
not get here on account of wheat
This afternoon about I o'clock the
following resolution? nero unanimously
passed by those present :
Resolved, That wo accept the
withdrawal of llou. Bcu C. Keys
from' the race for congress, conveying
to him our sincere rcgnrds, and our
thanks for his past faithful defense of
our principles aud our iccoguition of
his unswerving lidelity to the causa
of tho people.
Resolved, That pursuant to the
specitic command of the Princeton
convention wc hereby tender Hon.
Geo. W. Reeves, of Ballard 'county,
the nomination of the Peoples party
of tho First Congressional District,
for congress, subject to his decision,
to bo rendered at a meeting of this
committee to be held at the New
Richmond hotel, Paducah, at 10
o'clock a. in., Thursday, July 28,
1898, for which meeting this shall be
considered the ofllcial call.
Mr. Reeves has not stated what he
will do. but it is said by some of his
I intimate friends that ho will make the
DEPOT TO BE MO VKD.
Vote Being Taken in Fulton Today
011 the Question,
A vote is today being taken in
Fulton to donate property to the Illinois
Central railroad to move its
depot from where it now stands to a
point ou the Teuuessce side, about
half a mile from where it is now located.
The people have asked the change,
as it will do away with a great deal
of the noise and danger incident to
the continual passage of trains.
LIVELY FIGHT AT BENTON.
There was n sensational fight at
Benton yesterday between Police
Judge J. J. Fisher and E. C. Cope-land.
It occurred in front of G. W.
Riley's saloon, and the direct cause
was a demand from Judge Fisher of
the other man to pay a certain debt.
The occasion for this demand, it is
alleged, was the fact that in a crap-game
case in the police cunt, Cope-land,
one of the defendants, swore
the judge off the bench, which aroused
his ire. When they met, however,
n fight nnd they used washboards
aud chairs 011 each other, but
did no serious damage. The fight
created great excitement.
NEW DYNAMO WILL WOKK.
Supt. Harry Wallace, of the city
plaut, expects to have the new dynamo
recently purchased by the city, at
work by uext Wednesday, It has a
capacity of eighty lights.
There is shortly to bo started a
bank iu Wingo, Ky.. and it is understood
that Pmlucah and Fulton
capitalists are ul the head of the enterprise.
Tho bank will be the Brat at
Wingo, and will bo ipiitcan improvement,
to the place.
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Quickly as possible that is what I'uele
Sam will ilo now iu Cuba. I'or n kooiI,
(juick nud invigorating bath there is
nothing like a good big sponge. We
have ever) thing in summer toilet goods
sponges, combs, brushes, ben salt,
tooth and face jow tiers, toilet waters,
perfumes, soaps and rubber gooils, that
you will nlso need ou your vacation.
MAMMOTH MID-SUMMER CLEARING SALE. HONORABLE Tls' Roy.l I. Ike Wbtt f r4 baking pw4r
kmin. AcImI teals kw It
tklrd briber tktn r ctker bread.
SCREEN DOORS !
In order to diminish our Imracnso Summer Stock, n Reduction of f0 BUD REEVES
per cent N ILL bo made on EVKKY AKTICLE of Summer Goods in our
establishment. A Hod Letter Week forHargntn Seekers.
ROYAL tAKINQ rWf tO., tW YOftK.
TkXIII STKKT ClllllSTIAN. Bib'c
school 0:SO a. m., J. K. Bondurant,
superintendent. Preaching 10:45 a.
m. and 8 p. m. Morning subject,
"Fellowship and Forgiveness. " In
the evening, "The Sermon of the
Biioadwat MivriionisT. Sunday
school 0:00 a. in., C. B. Hatfield,
superintendent. Preaching 10:45 a.
in. aud 8 p. m. Junior League 4 p.
in. Epworth League Monday 8 p.
in. Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p.
in. A cordial invitation is extended
to all these services.
II. B. Johnston, Pastor.
Sk.com Bm'tist At the Second
Baptist church, corner of Ninth and
Ohio streets, there will be Sunday
school at t):30 a. in., W. A.
at 1 1 a. in. aud 8 p. 111. by tho pastor,
Rev. LlojdT. Wilson. In the
cveuing a scries of sermons ou the
ten commandments will be bcaun.
Young peoples' meeting Tuesday
evening nt 8 p.' 111. Regular weekly
prayer meeting Thursday c cning at
the same hour. Tho public cordially
invited to all services.
551'insr Baptist I'rcaehing at the
First Baptist church, Fifth and Jefferson
streets, at 10:45 a. in. and 8
p. m., Rev. W. K. Pcnrod, pastor.
In the morning there will bo a thanksgiving
service in accordance with the
proclamation of President McKinley.
Subject for evening, ''Repentance,"
Acts 17-30. Sunday school at tf :30
a. in., Mr. J. M. Fuller, superinten
dent. Prayer services eery Wed
nesday at 8 p. 111. Biblo class meets
every Friday evening. The public
invited to all these services.
Divine services at the Evangelical
Lutheran church, South Fourth
street. German preaching in the
morning at 10:1 .i o'clock. English
preaching in the evening at 7:45
o'clock. Text for morning service is
recorded, Rev. St. John III, 7-11,
for evening service, Luke XIX., 10.
Rev F. W. Evers will fill the pulpit.
Pastor loci will preach in the country.
.Sunday school at tf a. ra., Wm.
Hummel superintendent. "Gcmeindc
Versammlung" 2:30 p. m. All are
cordially invited to attend these services.
J. H. n.illTKMlKltr.Kll,
Fiiist CiiiSiSTiAX Preaching at
10:4f a. in. and 8 p. m. Morning
subject, "The Spirit of the Lord's
Day." Tho evening hour will bo devoted
to thanksgiving in harmony
with the president's proclamation.
Sunday school at U:30 a. m., F. B.
May superintendent. Y. P. S. C. E.
at 7 p. m.
Guuman Evangklicai. Sunday
school at 0:30 a. m. German preaching
at 10:30 a. m. A hearty invitation
is extended to all. There will
be no services at night. Tho Willing
Workers meet- next Thursday afternoon
with Mrs. Georgia Beyer at tho
residence of Mr. George Rock on
North Fifth street. A full attendance
Cool, pleasantly situated furnished
room. Only half block from best
boarding house. Inquire at 313
N'ortb Sixth street.
Old Soggy Wood
When you can get dry hickory
6tovo wood ready for stove at
same prices by tclephoniNg No.
108? Note change from No.29.
WlllUm 1.. riralnerd
Henry K. Ilol.man
BRAIHERD & HOLSMAN
Branch OfllcG Room 3
National Hank Building,
Growing in popular
y?.& Broadway! I
Summer Clearing Sale,
We are making profitless prices on some
igoodn and lesfa than actual cost on othors
buch bargains don't grow on every bush and
don't arrow on our bush onlv durintr our sum
1 . 1 J j
' iuur clearing saie in mis monui.
Out Drices talk here
they talk loud.
Handing Out Wash Goods.
Five-cent lawns for 3c.
summer goods for 5c.
Ten-cent summer goods for 7c.
Fifteen-cent summer goods for
Who Could Ask More.
Yard-wide bleached domestic
perfectly free from lime or starch
for only .j.'ac,
Very long staple extra quality
bleached cotton, for only 0c.
Skirts, Shirt Waists and Wrappers.
If you desire a navy and white
stripe, skirt of an elegaut quality for
about half its value, come early
to secure your length. This week's
price only $2.50 each.
Special offering striped crash
skirts this week, for 75c each.
Twenty-four ladies shirt waists
sold heretofore for 50c, priced to
quick callers this week for 33c
during this sale, and
We continue our xpecial offering
of ladies dimity and organdy
wrappers foi Si each. Don't delay
too long if you want Si. .so
Don't pass them lightly by: all
that is asked for thdin is a fair
judgment, the qualities ami prices
will do the rest.
Special offering iu children's
handkerchiefs with the alphabet 4
for 50 '
Two special offerings of ladies
handkerchiefs. One assortment
for 5c. The other assortment for
Men's clothing, shirts, neckwear
and hats. Look lteie and
Big values in Oxford ties at 75c,
$1, $1.25, $1.50 and Si. 75 a pair
Bfg values iu ladies' shoes at Si .
Si. 25, Si. 50 and S2 a pair.
We will make extraordinav offer in es nil
It will be necessary to visit our store often
to keep in touch with the. great bargain opportunities
we shall present from day to day
On North Third Street
mm mnmmm.f mi
Jilst Back of tfallerstein
We are the People
to Buy Your
As our prices are as low as the lowest,
and as we get our coal direct fioiu
our own mines we allow no second
man to share our profits with us. We
sell at living prices, shaved to tl;e
needs of the public our coal being
carefully screened, picked over and
cleaned for their benefit. The prices are as follows spot cash only
delivered in your coal house:
St. Bernard Lump, 8 Gents per Bushel,
St. Bernard Nut, 7 Cents per Bushel
ST. BERMKRD COHL CO.
423 BROADWAY TELEPHONE NO. 8
Helps the looks of the wheel, but it don't take a name
plate to tell a Cleveland. You can tell them by their high-
grade appearance, their easy and noiseless running',
showing there is absolutely no friction anywhere.
CtirtUnAti are made PIaln eood and sub
ueveianas stantial all overand do not rtIy
11' I A Z rv
on bright, fancy enamel and fake, taking
paints to secure their sale. Over
Cleveland Riders in Paducah Gin
Testify as Above.
We still have n stock of those fancy screen doors), nlso
nnd plain screen
doors. The wire in these doors is not put on with tacks
but securely instated in grooves with n tongue or strip ol
wood. Wc arc the only ones selling this class of screens
in the city. ItisiM. ou having this kind; they are the best.
Take no others so-called "just as good."
MEN OF MODERATE MEANS
Need no longer regard tailor-made clothes with fear and trembling.
Dalton now makes clothes in his own shop, here at home makes the
clothes right, makes the billlright. It costs but a trifle more to wear
garments that fit than those that a'moat fit. The acme of style and
workmanship is ours. Drop in at 333 Broadway and see about that
belated spring suit. You'll be glad you waited t'will cost you so little.
DALTON, THE TAILOR
And tlio only
Ask for It.
ri fmFFTJEj 1 - 1 1 j tvm JL. -lm
TO BE HAD.
M. E. JONES
This design is representative
of the very highest excellence in J
the manufacture of ladies' fine
footwear. The shoe sold under W
this trade mark is made to sat-
isfy those who iusist on the best,
The John Foster
Fine Shoe for Ladies
that's it is sold by George Bernhard, and nowhere
elsein Paducah. If you try a pair you arc henceforth a
regular customer. You canToc better suited.
The Douglas Shoes for Men
ever wear Uicm? They fit welt, look well and wear well.
Most people know what they are. They are made iu all
styles, and can be had here.
Plenty of other good shoes, and none hut good skocs.
Drop in and inspect this model stock, the handsomest and
best selected in town.
Connections made with water
main, including hydrant eight feet
inside of lot line, for $6.00 short
connection and $7.50 long connection;
other work to cost in the
same proportion. Open evenings
7 to 9.
Minzesheimer Plumbing Company
104 North Fifth Street, , ;
Under Palmer House. ..- -
. . Telephone 362.
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