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In connection Willi lb
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Tourist Sleeping Car
t.tlnir Cincinnati and LonlnvlIIe on Illinois
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EVERY THURSDAY
and 1'aJucab rrery FrMy rocirnlnir, fur Lo
Ansrlm nnd San without rluiinr.
lbs Limited 10 cnnnvct at Nw Orif.m
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and on TuraOari and Siturdaja caiur
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ot tbf Southern l'ad3o,plvlnKiUltliroUKh
uininrrBuviicu. aRrnu
of tb H11ih.Ii Central lUllrtuul and mnnrcilne
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DlTlilon I'awanjrcr Annt, Llnrliin.tl.
John a. sanr,
DUItton AirrlU MrraphU),
J.T.HO.VOVAN,
CiimniirtUl Akpqi, I'lducab Kr.
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W-A. ICellon.l, A.U. 1 A., I.uuIyIU.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
Time Tju a ,a rls July 1 isw,
LOL'ISVII.LV. AND MEJIl'lllS DIVISION
NoKin HoBxn No aa ?io tn
L1TI.
Now Orlaan T a) fm V u) am
J ' kon. MU.IS 4T am I M pm
Uempbli ... .T Mam 8W pin
J'kouTnn.lusamlSS pin
Cairo, III .. 10 15 am
No. t'l
Fulton ,. .12 as limit 01 aa
Arnrr
l'aducah. ...pru I 14 am 9 (Main
f.tJke.
sa sa jfo. hi
I'aducab .,..3 IS pm 130 am 7 4Jain iMpm
Arrive,
Princeton ... lUpm 340am B3)tm 80)ptu
KvanTlll t CO rm 6 SO am
Ilopkl&irtlU I M pm 7 9) pm
NortnnTilla 1 41 pm 3 1 am 10 4 am
OntralCtty asapm 4 Warn II 40 am
Hor Kronen oKpm a 01 am I iff pm
Owen.twro 10tO Wain SMpra
LonlaTltla , .lAOJpm TJlOam t.oopm
Cincinnati, no am II 45 am
Sotrrii liouxD an ta tu l
LeaTr,
Cincinnati.... 1 loam a 43 pin
LouUtltlo ., .TJOamSapnj ftXlain
Owamboro Jtam
Oatrall'lir UWaralSKYim IMpm
HopklsaTtllt U40pm
HiaiuTllIe nam OMpm
I'rlnerUKi . .. . U40pnaai m8S0all5pm
Attire
I'aJocab :i0rm3UamtlO0aS4Opm
J-taro
No III
l'aJucah :9)pml44am4(Up
Arrlre
Puttoc...., ,,.SMpmiianT0Op
Cairo , ..SlWpm
Jackin,lnu....i.40 pm
rrlrc
Uftnpblx. SWpmSUam
Arrlr
JickootMtu : IS am I it pm
arornrllloMUa ... SWpui
Vlckiburu... ......lOJam 8 A rm
Natcbrz 8 30 am
New Orleana H)amT4pm
bT. LOUIS DIVISION.
aoilTII DOCKD. 3t SH
t,rar 1'adncab lt.l&pm, e.Upa
Arrlvr St. Loula 7.41 p m, 7;I0 am
aotrrn oocno. .'l 03
I.ate St. Ix)Ul .... 8 00am, I.Mpm
Anlrt I'aducan 2Mpm, 7:30 an
All tralm ran oally txcept Ibote marked
tllb a mar, which uonot tuaon Sunday,
Noa ao and a4 carry l'ullman buffal aloeptnt
cara and (ma rncllntnk chair ran rtwn I'ln
ctnoatt and New Orlran. l'ulltnan altcpera
botwnn Kranvlll and Msmpbla.
Tralm sl and 202 run solid betwrrn Cincinnati
and Naw Orleans, carrylni; l'ullmau bat-tat
lrprri
Train. ai and III ran tolld btMcn
and llopklnavllla.
ror Information, llrketa or rrarrrailnna,
apply to A II. Ilanaou.U. 1'. A., Chlcaso, Ill.i
V. A.ICpIIduJ, A U. IV A., Loutarllla, Ky,
O. O. Mccarty, U. V A.. St. Louti urlJ.T
Donorau.C.A., I'aducab Kf
J.S. GANSTER
Notarv Public
AND SOLICITOR OF
PENSION CLAIMS
Prompt nntl thorough attention given
to all cases.
Vouchers or quarterly payracut of
pensions carefully attended to.
Olllcc, 7M South Third street.
itipLMM Women j
orrnn HIJUEF
C
I A,Q rF cu.
10 TOEm LESS rORTUWATE SISTERS
a sunc noAD to beauty
ThoSllrtrtlitll.of No.lllfllt ATcnup.Ncw
YtxK. now r tin. i on inu
(J.mr!i xlou TVnlo vi leu tbey bao ciIouk
wed tuwcvufull) In iixnul treatment,
THE R19SSES BELL'S
Coiplesiosi Toisle J
bat nlmost imrairtlato cfTect in clearing anu
IirlBlUwiIra tb'J iVin It l noja nulle.a
It do. tl on cr up the Ui ti iii" !,"
ami t tut. . dJ. lAit t n Ilqnid hat,
when oppllnl to tho VI, Ocw not aliovr.
It llio It.nn of the tlln of all ijJwnj
ouiaudtonlim mi.tiBaiiJJlMolci4HiUttly
freckle, pimples UaiLbtaili tnrtliitcbc,
eic.tilvoolllncu or rcdticfi Inthcalln. Ill
,lan Uui.1n.ht. itmt. n , tlMil mtl follOM IllrfC
tlom nnd Kit llio Utt itfult Tim MIh f
ii.. n .., hkn.i it... , nf i tielrunndrrful I
Couii.lnloti'lotiln at 11.(0 Uillle, wblch I
Mfcumcjeni iu iicur iiiuoruiuui '
ONE DOTTIC COSTS YCUNOTHINO
Iflhorffeit U nntciatily ai rlaluied, so tliat
jou mi'llnir forlt.
Tha prltc. $1 .00, vlur t it vltliln the reach
of nil. It will nbxiluuly clear B loor
nnd beautify a Rood one
offer ihoul.l Its ncceptrd ljr all.
Lndieacnn addre9 Tlio WlfMii lull on all
I hft vm t.le lull AUll bCltnClnlhO
roufldentc, nnd antlafactnry advice i
Mill do plvcn i.miiHiiy uuiioui cnaive. ah
puiuphltt will bo K'nt Uon
itnnip. . .
Addreas nil communication! and eeml all
orden to TJjo Mlae Hell, or
. TUB BELL TOILET CO. '
N. 7S fifth Amrm, New York.
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Illinois Central R.R,
Announcements.
TU Illlnila Cjntral
nnvr h.in on "Ulr, nnd
Tourist wIllcuntltiUBthn aire a
until h'ptember
WW, round trip
mur tnurlftl tl
Irom polnta on Ha lln In
tin South to n larK list of
Bates a tl miner ronri tu the
North ltafatdotibldniy
iwtTlc to ft LouK Chi
villa pntlitm one t ) reach ntitrltir and com
fortably tbomctiutaln rtnrlof Virnlola, tli
Whlia Mounulra and arnaldeoi .nw t.nxiana,
lhTboitnd Isliu x tba lakn and
MlcMmii. lcontn and Mlnnrsotn,
Ibollot Sprln of Arkana the Yellowstone
l'arlc or the rraoru of Coloiado.
A new 1MH rdltlon.
eatlrrly rear tteu, and
Southern
1'iViDir tarn aun couui
llous brcjimtit down to
of tbn
Homeseehers "somber Ilomesrek ' central' n
r nuli'e. hh luat Iwrn
li.iit.l ltna."l pairolllti
Guide UreiiumN'roflcttorfr)ra Iratrd pjniphlrt, conta)3n a
ncrtbern f.trrrei now
loralrd on tlw lln
of the IlltnoU Central Kallrovl In tboMutr ot
Kautuckr, Tennriwee, Mlmlislppl and
the
tuHn and ountry n and adjacent to that
line To b r tr thotu In aearrh ot a
farm, tbli pimphlet will furtiUti reliable In
formal 1. ncunrrtntnK tte tuM awlble and
pronperoun portion u" the South. I'rce coplea
can la bad by applying to tte urareat of tie
undersigned
ilCKeiH rhu lull iniouii4u,u i u iit iu
count ot Ion wit 2 the uboteran bebtl of asenta
ot the Centtul and oun(ctliiK llns.
VM, Mt'KltW Dlv I's Ant. New Oilesrw.
JOHN A. SCO IT. Die. . I'am, . Act . Meinpl.li.
a2 II Hint. II ft.. a flmlnnail
a7(li IIAiUUi l'l. I Uff. aS i (
A. II Himov. W A K'ti.oM,
U 1 a. Chicago A.U. I. A.. l.otlll!k.
When in Metropolis
top at tho
STATE HOTEL.
JU.D0 a dny, Spoclal ratca by thu
week. D. A. Bailey, 1'ropr.
Iletwoon 4th ana 5th on Ferry
Second Hand Goods
HlRbc.t cath price paid by
WWLIAM BOt'GKNO & SON
1 Court .Ireet, We al carry a line of new
furniture, lorra. range., etc Call and art our
price btlore bulni eliewhtre. We alio ea-change
new good. lor old
Business
Bicycles...
All wheelmen ure not racer. Many
ilile for comfort nini from ncccfity,
Htiil ilo not ilciiirc to hump
up anil go at r breakneck
speetl through tliehtrcets. W'elmihl
two (jrflilea of wheels, otic at J5
nml ouc at y. We conrdruct them
to suit all clavsoi of ruler. Wc are
not racing crntika, hut arc iu the
wheel trmle for lmainc purtxxcf
onlj .
Call and Sec How
It is Done
THESOUTHERN
Crumbaugh & Parke,
41G North Seventh St.
A MISTAKEN IDEA
We used to hear n groat deal about
things which lit 'liko tho pnper on
tho wall,'1 but how frcquont it Is that
tho paper doesn't fit on tho wall. Just
hecaitBO it Is pasted hard is no ign
that it fits. Tho pattern may not be
right, tho color may not suit tho room.
You will got tho most tmltnblo paper
by corning to us. Our specialties tiro
Wall Paper, Pictures
end Frames
And onr stock is large, our prices are
right, and designs varied. Call and
Inspect.
L P. BALTHASAR
r$
-I Mr .', .
RUNNING CLOTHES
THROUGH THE WATER
Won't eloanse them. Thoy must bo
carefullv washed with good soap by
skillful hands. AH clothos ontrusted
to us for laundorlng aro dono as
as though intended for our own
ubo. Wo are personally interested in
their treatment. Tho success of tho
Star Laundry has boon achieved by
doing things right nnd wo aro determined
that buccohs Bhnll continue
From tho first dip in pure water to
the final touch of tho iron, tho laundering
horo Is dono porfoctly.
It You Want Your Laundry
Done Right
nave It dono by TIIK OIIINK8K
102 Broadway. Clothes called for
nnd returned promptly.
SAM HOP SINQ & CO.
Matil-Effinger&Go
Undertakers anl emkalmert.
&TK jiJfouniM
IJ. A, YlilSIiH, WliiilOHllle At.
Our Velvet Brand prepared chalk
is absolutely pure and harmless. It
is the most peifect toilet powder foi
hot weather; also the most economical
- 5 cents box.
OEHLSCHUEGER & WALKER
DRUGGISTS
Fifth nnd Broadway.
MAJOR SAFFARRANS.
To Him the Hoys Owe Much
Good NVork in (Jump A
Few I'ersoimls.
lntcrctliiK Notes From the Bos
nt Cliit'kuiiiiuiHii An
Incident.
To Maj. George Saffaraus moro
than to any other wan in the Third
regiment or iu the Kentucky troops
tho boys of company K owe their
rapid advancement iu drill and military
training.
M:ij. Saffnrans has not forgotten
that lie was a l'aducah hoy once him
self and .hen the volunteers from
this city reached camp at Lexington,
all in Chilian dress, aud for the ino3t
part densely Ignorant of what consti
tutes a soldier, the young major, of
his own accord, took the green recruits
in hand. Little nas the lets,
urc that fell to hi3 busy lot, hut he
devoted n good pari of that to changing
the lads from groups of awkward
squads into live, brisk young soldiers.
All this he did of his owu accord,
and he kept it up after the
Third left Kentucky soil and moved
down to Chickaiuauga. He is still
keeping it up too.
The kindly advice aud helpful
words of the young olllcer were great
aid to the olllcers as well as the enlisted
men of Company K., and down
to tho newest member they swear by
OurMajor.',
When the L'aducah company went
to Camp Thomas lately and the parents
of some of the volunteers
learned what Siiffnrrnns had done for
their sons, he was overwhelmed with
thauks. It will bo a long lime before
his good deeds are forgotten.
An iuculeut which showed how
closply the war with Spain has knitted
together the hearts and bands and
hopes of tho old soldiers who fought
each other in the "late unpleasant-
ticss,'' developed during that trip
from l'aducah to Chickaniauga.
Among the excursionists were
Messrs. .. II. Brant, tho well known
clothing man, and William Karnes,
the popular contractor.' Kacli had
been at Chickamauga before Mr
Bryant as a gray cout with
Tennessee troops, and Mr. Karnes
as a "yank" and both fought
through that bloody battle in tho
mountains. On the train golug
down they made it up to locate the
spots where each had stood during
the thick of the fray, moro than thirty
years ago. When they did, both
were astonished to discover that they
hnd been directly opposed to each
other at tho time, having struggled
and fought only. 11 few yards apart.
Now the men nrc fast friends and
have been for years. What is more,
each has a boy iu Compauy K, and
when the two fathers were at Camp
Thoaias, the two sons wcro sleeping
together in the same tent, sharing the
same blanket.
A good story is told on Je3so I'll-man,
sou of Policeman Joe Ullman.
The young man is a private in Company
K.
A few days after the L'aducah soldiers
reached camp Jcse was detail,
cd for police duty. Police duty, it
may be explained, is another name
for cleaning the grounds with shovel,
aud rako and wheel harrow. Changing
tho name, however, does not
mako the work nny easier, as young
Ullman soon discovered. After nn
hour or two of this back-breaking
labor, Jesse paused in his task aud
remarked sorrowfully to n companion:
"If I had known about this, I
never would liavo left home."
"Known about what?" naked his
fellow-sufferer.
"Well, I thought Uncle Sam hired
us to light Spain and not to clean up
the whole United
States," said the tired Jesse.
BAD
BREATH
I bare been u.lnr rJaHUAItETS ntidna
a mll.1 an.l oaecilTe UiuiIto thtr are lni.ly won.
deifnl Mr ilaiiiiliter and I bothered ntlh
Ick (tomiclwiiid our breath i terj bad After
taking a few il.ne. ot Ca.rnrct. we baro linproTed
wonUtirfullr. They are n areat help In tha family
wiin.iulvi N.fii'I.
1137 ltlltenhouto St., Cincinnati, Oblo.
CANDY
TR40I MAAK RIOIfTfRCO
I'ltfuinl Palatable, folent. Tailo (lond. Ho
auoU,.Ni)TerSh ken. Weaken, or tirli.)0e, UJc.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
IUrll.1 n,a,4; t '? ld.. lwl. I tr.it. lit
I br at) riru.
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VpVBBHHPWi'JVI'Vw'W'H
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AUMV OF DACOHS.
They Will Lviicuiiip on (ho ltlycr
1 rout.
This morning one hundred nnd one
Italians, commonly known ns "da
goes," nrrivid from New York on
three special coaches.
They were sidetracked at the
Union depot, and attracted no litUc
attention. I ho small nrmy of foreigners
came to work on the sewer
age system, nnd w deprive no one
of work, as all who desire to secure
employment con in the future obtain
It just as in tho past. The men nrc
brought here to incrca?u the force
and expedite the completion of the
work.
Few of the fonigucrs can speak
and their chattering and
Jabbering makes them the butt of
many u joke from the small boy.
The "dagoes," will encamp on the
river front during their stay here,
and will go to work at once.
This morning prept rations were
made to begin work on the camrr
Supt. Krler said that they would
camp down near the incline, and that
sheds would bo put up for temporary
quarters.
The street roller was placed at
work on Jefferson Btreet this morning,
and the workmen went to work.
They will remain here until the sew
erage in the entire first district is
llnishcd.
Kclucnto Your Uoncl Willi f'ntcnrcta.
Candy Cathartic, cure eoiinilpatlon foicicr
10C.33. If CC.C fall.drujrelsta refund money.
A.MEKIUANS UEFKAT SPAIN.
Alger
Jl cKiuley
Gre E ley
Antic H son
Me 1 klejohu
(J orbin
W A tson
Hobso N
S chley
D cwey
How K II
Sha F tcr
Who E ler
M.A ban
Mernt T
S icard
Sam P- son
L A wton
M 1 les
Lo N g
Louisville Post.
Ill nut)- Id lllooil Iicri.
clouti lilootl tnvAtiM n clenn kin. Nc
eautv without it. t'di"cnrct, Candy Cathartic
clean jour Monti ami kcrti it ilean, Iij
utirrmi! tin thebxvhtei anil ilrivine nil
rmiitiod from tlio htxly. IIoriii lo
bainuli I101K, bUebliea.lM,
ami that aicklj lithoiit complexion by takim;
laacaict, Iwaut) tor ten .Ml urug'
Ctatf, satisfaction 10c. 25c. 50c.
ECXK3IA (Hulling, 1$ urniiij,', Scaly
Ihiiiiors). A BLOOD
An Old Medicine Which Cures.
The real cause of Eczema is the
acrid condition of the blood, and to
cure this nnnoying disease requires
only patience and plenty of Botanic
Blood Balm (B. B. B.) Dr. Gillam
made his first cure with this medicine
over forty-seven years ago, ami the
medicine has been a godsend to ovet
500 sufferers since. Hecollcct that
your system is saturated with this
hczenia, or Salt uhcutn Humor, and
this poison must be forced out, and
B. B. B. will do it as sure as tho sun
is to rise.
Julia K. Johnson, Stafford's I'.O.,
S. C, writes: "1 had suffered thir
teen years with hezoir.n, and was at
times confined to my bed. Ihe itch
ing was terrible. My son-in-law got
me one-half dozen bottles of Botanic
Blood Balm, which entirely cured rac,
and I ask you to publish this for the
benefit of others suffering in like
manner.
Wc have many other testimonials,
which we will gladly show. They
arc printed in a little book, which will
be sent, free of charge, to any one
who addresses us.
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) is
a purely vegetable preparation, originally
compounded h' l)r. Gillam, and
used iu his privato practice. It has
cured many people of nil blootl hu
mors, scrofula, and from tho common
pimple to tho worst case of Blood
Poison.
It is put up in large bottles for
81. 00, nnd sold by all druggists.
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
TUMBLE IN TEMl'EKATUHi:.
Tlio Thermometer Lower Than
For Sometime Yesterday
The excessively warm weather of
the past several days was yesterday
succeeded by a most delightful drop
in tho mercury, the tcmpcratuic
not having bceu higher than 69 degrees.
The lowest point reached was
GO degrees. Last uight quilts and
blankets were very essential to n good
nights rest. Today has been quite
pleasant.
CJOOU CROWDS OUT,
Manager Bostwick is this neck
giving the patrons of La Belle the
best list of tillritctions ever seen here,
and yesterday had good crowds at
both performances. Tho program is
one that cannot be excelled for completeness
nnd variety.
I J ATI Li: OF SANTI AGO.
Representatives of tho Dupont
company aro In the city, nnd have
made arrangements to produce here
on next Monday, the battle of Santiago
that occurred on July 3. There
will be a fort 100 feet long, and ai.v
Ancrictui and six Spanish ships.
tTa Corn ronitliiatlon forever,
1 Otaearct CARdr cathartic. Utt or 9
r:rTm t nrrTrra mttttti mi.iiin.i
OFF FOR THE KLONDIKE.
Scientific Experts Declare HIn Out of Ten
Men Could Do Better at Home.
There has been no lack of
preached on the subject of this
arctic Factolus. TlcporU that tho
claims were all taken, that there had
been 110 placer discoveries since tho
lirst rush and that Ihe whole Yukon
settlement wtu on tho verge of starvation
hate alternated with graphic descriptions
of tho hardships and dangers
n aiting the prosector before lie
can cun reach the mining region.
The scientific experts, too, have
that nine out of teu of the men
who try llieir fortunes would do far
better physically, morally nnd financial!
by Etayingathomc. It is, moreover)
estimated that the vast nrmy of
privpeclor!, tho vanguard of which is
now starting Alaska-ward, will spend
in 1S98 some $GO,000,000 lo produce
one-fourth of that amount. But
all these arguments are as vain babble
in the cars of the Argonaut. lie has
seen or known or read of the men who
look $o,000 out of 40 square feot in
Claim Xo. 30; of tho $G2,000 that
came from 2 1 square feet in El Dorado
Cla.m 13; of Mm Lippi nnd Mrs.
Berry, w ho poked $0,000 out of n discarded
dump in n few das, while ono
of the men of their parly secured
a $1,000,000 claim; of iho man who
look $"00 out of ono pan of dirt and
so on through n crescendo of fact nnd
fiction. With his mind fet on these
things he heeds discouraging talk not
half so much as he does the
Give him nny item of information
nbout the Klondike, or anything
Alaskan, however incorrect,
and his attention isi yours, but to all
clso he is deaf. llcnry AVysham
Lanier, in Chnufnuqunn.
DIAGNOSING DISEASE.
A, Medical Man's Experiment to Discover
Wait Ailed His Patient
A medical man, far ahead of his
pathy and his training, unable
to diagnoso n disease which
had for a hngtimo baffled him, tried
an experiment. Being nn expert bacteriologist,
and knowing by sight the
infinitesimal atoms that live to destroy
htiinnn life, ho put (he patient
into n liussinn bath, allowing him to
roniain uutil ho was drenched with
perspiration, nnd then scrnpod his
skin to secure, if possible, through the
exudation n s'uilicient number 0
bacilli to enable him to determine the
nature of the ailment from which his
patient sultered. So many to the
square inch meant danger, "and by a
simple process of mathematical calculation
ho soon discovered Iheenemy
that was sapping the strongholds of
life. Ho estimated that millions of
bacilli were washed out of the body
by those streams of perspiration.
Having established this ns a fact, he
made it his praetico to examine all
obscuro cases in the same way. If
tho system 13 oercharged with bacilli
and the perspiration furnishes
courses upon which they float from
tl.e body, surely this ought to be one
of the most nccurato methods of
doubtful cases. That the
of human beings is
poisonous is an admitted fact. Small
animals are readily killed by subcuta
neons injections of perspiration
t ed a ft or violent exorcise.
WRAPPING PAPER.
Some Uses to Which It Is Put by the
Thoughtful Housewife.
How mar; pieces of wrapping
paper conn 1 to our houses irom
u.k to week around this bundle or
uiat, and are discarded for no other
purpose than lighting tho morning
lire. Tho thoughtful housewife, how
will find a use for nearly even
pin-e, and lays it folded away in 11
drawer to bide its moment of useful-1
1-. Besides tho ordinary use of it
fur wrapping parcels, lining drawers,
covering closet shelves or books, it is
always on hand when a pattern is to
be cut out. Lay it over silk or line
woolen when pressing them, wrap
woolen clothing or furs that aro to
be stored during summer in the large
luavy sheets of mnnila paper, and
use the smaller pieces to drain
crullers or French fried potatoes
upon in order to absorb surplus
grease. A sheet of butcher's paper
placed over a grease spot and
rubbed with a hot iron will remove
Ihe spot from nn articloof clothing.
For polishing wiulow glass, art
glass or lamp chimneys, there is nothing
bettor than paper. Last but nat
least of the uses to which it may be
put, is in Ftitching sdk or any other
material that "draws" when sewed
on a machine. Lay a paper between
the and the material,
stitch through both, and when finished
tear the paper away. Brooklyn
Citizen.
A Natural Query,
Zim ITo was tho most popular
man in his regiment down nt Chickamauga.
Zam That so? How long was he
cook? N. Y. Journal.
Who Got the Works ?
Mr. F.ly Did Howso ever recover
the watch ho lost?
Mrs. Ely No; but the ease is in the
hands of the police. N. Y. Press
Arrested for Lese tljjeste.
Since tho present German emperor
began his reign, persons have
been punished for disrespectful utter
ances against his majesty. Among
tnem were seven children under 15
years of age.
May Want to Return the Visit
We havo noticed that when a wom
an who lives nt a summer resort goes
away from homo visiting, she is treated
moro cordially than anybody.
Atc'iiscn Ulobo.
Pr. KJ
COLORED
DEPARTMENT.
A SI.ANDElt CACOlIT AND KIII.EII 11Y
T1IK HOTS IS IlLCK AT
LAND, FKOniUA.
A letter from Lakeland, Florida
dated July o, was received nt this
department Saturday last, signed by
eight young men of troop M. Tenth
U. S cavalry, in which thoy condemn,
iu unsparing terms, the slanderous
circulated here to the effect
that Tighlmnn Kowlctt, William Nolan
and AI Smith had been shot to
death at Tampa, for deserting the
ranks, which is untrue. They denounce
the whole thing as n false
hood and an unprovoked attempt to
slander them that was without any
erc'Jse whatever.
But on the other hand, that all
tho l'aducah boys are in the best of
health and spirits with the exception
of William Nolan, who has been confined
to his quarters for the past ten
days with a slight attack of rheumatism
which renders him uoablo to
drill, yet be is able to bo up and
about the camp; while Kowlett and
Smith aro as happy as if they were
promenading up and down South
Seventh street.
This much is said iu justification
of these soldier boys upon whom
someone intended to cast a gross
slander.
The letter is signed by the
named members of the above
named troop and cavalry:
Clakece Owex,
FltAXK LOOAX,
Thomas O'Neal,
Luke Meuuiweatheu,
Josei'H Staiik,
JohnUuford,
Al Smith,
Ai.iif.ut Diot.s.
A jug and orange breaking entertainment
ftill be giren in the basement
of Washington-street church
tomorrow evcuiog by tho ladies of
Mayblossotn club. AH nrc welcome.
Prof, and Mrs. T. D. Hibbs left
today for Smithland, Ky., where
will spend a few weeks with relatives
and friends.
Miss E. F. Kennedy, the traveling
representative of the Baptist Women a
Educational convention, in a lengthy
letter to the American Baptist, pays
our people a very high compliment for
their treatment of her during her recent
visit to our city.
The Cairo base ball team got in
the city yesterday morning and some
of the boys spent the day very appro
priatcly by attending church services,
Mr. Lou Procter and little daugh
ter, Stella, after spending ten or
twelve dajs over at ilia Ridge, III.,
with relatives and friends, returned
to tho city last Friday night, and as
we predicted he was enabled to get
possession of some very original tonics
for the blues.
There will be nn excursion to Metropolis
on the steamer Bcttic Owen
next Thursday evening for the benefit
of the Washington-street church.
The fare for the round trip will be 25
cents. Plenty of refreshments will
be on the boat. Mrs. Mary Clark,
Mrs. Lucy Diukerson and Miss Mary
Pool, managers.
Mrs. John W. CMark of North
Tenth street, and captain ot "My
Choice" club, is on the. sick list.
SOLEMN AND WIHtK TIIL
FUSKItAI, oEUVIlEi OVElt THE HE-MAINS
Or I 111-. L TI'. I'UOF. I'llUt IN( E.
Tho funeral services over Iho re
mains of the hi'o Prof. Province
aft. ni.. ", :tt the A. M. E.
church, I jihI beautiful. The
house wus pat-Mil h mTowiog
friemls tu kiu'39 die lust sail rites.
Itev. l'.utUi 11 beautiful
sermon 1 11 1 In1 life nml character of
the man. I he were conducted
iimhr ihcatispiccsut'Mt. McGregor
Lodge, u 29, F. A. M. A
host of friends followed tho beautiful
casket to its latt resting place at Oak
Grove cemetery.
CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY.
Miss Bulks Will Visit This Pliue.
Leaves Tonight.
Miss Georgia May Burks, the
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. G. II.
Burks, will leave for Camden, N. J.,
tonight, where she goes on a visit to
relatives. It is not known how long
Miss Burks will bo gouc, but it 1$
understood it will be quite a while.
Her many friends wish her a most
happy sojourn in tho Now England
states.
Messrs. John W. Mooreaud James
Mariblo will leavo tonight for Shelby-ville,
Ky. , where they go on business,
Rev. S. R. Cotter has just returned
from a three weeks' stay at May-field,
Ky., where he has been engaged
in organizing a Christian
church, and reports tho outlook encouraging
for the work.
J. W. Moors,
DKALEU IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Canned Goods of All Kinds.
Free delivery to all parts of the city,
IUI a ODCni
A Perfect
It your Merchant
get ono Dottio,
CHARQE3 PREPAID
VAN
I Sole Proprietors,
T. fi.
The latest
War News!
We are still holding the fort against our
competitors on low prices in furniture, stoves.
carpets, mattings, oil cloths, linoleums, rugs,
trunks, etc. Our prices are the lowest. Call
and see for yourself.
we are also manutacturers of all kinds oz
mattresses and awnings. See our patent
Eclipse window awning before you buy. Made
especially lor residence windows; removable
and adjustable; can be removed from one window
to the other in a few minutes. It is the
cheapest awning on the market; costs you but
$3.50 put up at window. Call and see them.
Your credit is good.
GARDNER
Telephone 396.
Everything in Its
won
stock of staple and fancy groceries is-complete
0UR and up-to-date. Splendid line
of canned goods. Our meat market is
unexcelled, having everything in the line of
fresh and salt meats.
Telephone 118. P.
Cor. 9th and Trimble.
SNTIFIO AND
BLftCKSMITHING
KEFftlRINQ
HORSESHOEING
All work guaranteed.
f. W. GREIF,
Court Street bet. 2d and 3d.
ESTABLISHED 1864.-
Miss Mary R. F. Greif & Co
GENERAL INSURANCE
AGENTS.
Telephone 174.
HENRY MAMMEN, Jr.
BOOKBINDER
A thoroughly equipped plant.
You need send nothing out of town.
Patent Books
MEMPHIS, TENN.
OII.BKKT. Itotatt Afc't.
BROS. & CO.
203-205 South Third.
IS THE RECORD
WE MAKE.
F. LALLY.
PADUGAH, KY
BROADWAY
BEER
the people of this city. It leads all
reason that it is
PURE
AMD BT THE KEO BT
BOTTLING CO.
Tenth and Madison streeta
Orders filled until 11 p.m
all kinds of Temperance Drinks.
60 TO CALIFORNIA!
VIA
The Southern
Route
Tha Iron Mcuilaln Route,
Teiasjnd Pacific and
SGiilhern Pccific Railways
TAKE THK
FAMOUS. SUBSET. LIMITED
A train vrlthiutan eiu&L I.rave.4
St, I,otil4 10 M p. a-., lue'dar
buturdaj". Only
SIXTY H0UR!i TO LOSANGELIS
Thvouuh ttvi N army South I o tunny
California. Write for trtlou!r
and descriptive Iltrtur , -- ?
U O TOWNSKND. , R.TV
OBERTS
Is rapidly becoming tho favorite with
others, for tho
ABSOLUTELY
HANDLED IN BOTTLES
PADUCAH
F. J. Bergdoll, Proprietor.
Telephone 101.
Soda Pop, Seltzer Water and
Master Coininl.ssloiicr'rf Notice.
M. Bloom & others, Plaintiffs,
vs
Pad Baseball Asm., Defendants.
Thi3 action haling been referred
to me as Receiver and Master Commissioner
to take proof of assets and
liabilities of same, notice is hereby
given to nil persons baying claims
against nul cstato lo properly
verify aud llio same before
mo on or before the thirty
first (31at) day of August 1898, or
they will he forever barred for as
serting claims against tho said estate
except throu?'1 this suit. All per
sons knowing themselves indebted to
tho l'aducah Baso Ball association
will call at my office and pavAatnoon
or beforo the above date.
Given under my hand this the 25th
day of June 18K8.
J. Win. 1'HiiKit,
Receiver and Master Commissioner.
25JS0
C" UAID DCCTIIRCB
Hair Drtstina and Rettorcr.
doesn't handle, send tl.00 to us and
or tb.ou ana got six douhj,
to any part U. S. or Canada.
VLEET-MANSFIELD DRUG CO.,
8i
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