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TOLUMK 202 The forenoon session was lo voted tonddrcssca.of welcome. Tha fricodaof L. J. Crawford, of Kentucky, Sdalm tliut ho is fgninwg ground in his cnudidacy for President of tho League hero. PADUUAH, KENTUOKYXTUESDAY, JULY 13, Win ton, of Washington, he did not turn over anv monov. He bad re ceived several hundred dollars of guaranteo money put up by tho HALL w' - 187. TEN CENTS A WE UK DRUGGED HOSPITAL DIRECTORS. IS PARALYZED. I tv u. clubs, which Is unaccounted for. Tho Victim ol a FJoberTBall Cannot AND ROBBED. statement is made by those who know ) Walk. the facta that with tho exception of Paducah none of the clubs huve mad A We Hits Itccovorcd IIH Seiisen, llou- Kail-roa- d expenses." Joo Larkin SufTcrs at tlio Huuils Important Muctingiof Big President Einstein, of the PaduWlmt a Cluuiiic There Whh in ever. buttorilelfl Still cah Association, was asked how ol a Strtuigcr, Men 'Indlumi. much truth there was In tho above, In .lull. i Munclc, ind., July 13. Snow foil and ronlled that thero was no danger yesterday in this county, nnd tho of the; league breaking. Tho only HE BOUGHT. phenomenon la snid to bo uuoqunlled WHCSE DINNER grounds for fear, be said, wero on acHELD THIS AFTERNOON. Ed Hall, the.coIorcd boy who wns in tho uieniorvof tho oldest inhabl count of the Evansville club, which accidentally shot in tho head by u basWw passed into good.rcsponsible flobert rille in tho hands of Luko taut. Sntterlleld, colored, two weeks ago, handOrad Las excellent backing. HIm Says the MAIL CARR1 EKS FROZ12N. Assistant MuuuncrGllleiiHe, Supt Is paralyzed on one side of bis body. GOLU-llU- G CONVENTION. Coffee and The Itobbcd He is jlowly recovering, and talks llaralinn. Mftjor Kemp, Met u lilluiirtl-- ' While Going to rationally, but has lust 'the uso and II lm and Othurs In AIndorsed the Indlaiiapolla Plat- control of his body from paralysis. Alaska. Tho ball lodged in lilbrain, nnd has ttendance. form at Smlthland. 1'ort Towifsend, Wash., July 13. never yet been extracted. News has reached hero of tho death sound monoy Democratic con The LARKIN SENTIHOME TO CINCINNATI. Satterfleld Is still in jail, and has from coldof three mail carriers while was vention at SmlthlandSaturuay been there ever since the alleged I wcro en routo to Alaska. They NOTtS OF INTEREST OF THE I. C well attended. andHon. John K. Tho case against him was frozen to death. from this Hendrick, called In Judge Sanders' court this districtjpreslded, V Joo Larkin is the name of tho morning, but Hall was unable to nt- Hank Failure In Now York. Tlio tesoluttons aaopicu indorse young man who was found half dead te d court, nnd it was postponed un A meeting of tho board of direcNew York. Julv 13 Tho Decker at Seycnth and Hroadway yesterday Howell Hanking Voinpsiiy assigned tors is in progress this afternoon at the principles ennmerateaoi tne in til next Tuesday, a week from todny, convention.. n.x afternoon from something like an epi- today. when some disposition will likely bo tho Illinois Central railroad hospital. dlanaixilis Mr. (Hendrick. John Graseman leptic fit. His home ft In Cincinnati, mado of it. It has never been It is the regular' quarterly meeting, Cbas. Kutter, and D. P. Hall, and bo was evidently drugged Just the shooting was done uud is well attended. HON. J. KHENDRIGK and leave I to- - thought that 109-11appointed delegates, previous to his dlicovery, half 7 N.Third-s- t Intentionally. Supt. W. J. Harahan and Itoud-mastnight for Louisville. strangled In ibo gutte A. T.(Sabin arrived at noon The sensational theory of hydro from Louisville, and Conductor John COLORED ANAKCIIlSr TOMORROW phobia, advanced hi the morning Will Attoinlll'omorrow's Conven- Whecdoti, who is also a member of paper, is entirely Absurd. Larkin tho board, stopped off his regular Threatened to lllovv Up Smith a. tion As a Delegate. stalest to the Srjytbis morning that run, aud will ro .lrn tonight. As Scott's Tohft'ct'o Factory. was tho tho only foundation for it sistant Manager Gillease and Super McKinley Sends in His Financial fact that he was bitten on tho hand MemMilton Hall probably has the ills intendent hemp arrived from by a dog five years ago, and taken The Former, Congressman Sup phis on thu 2 'Ab train. Message. Unction of being the only colored to Sprlnglleld, O.,' where a madstouc ported IJryiin for President Tlirro is no business of unusual anarchist in America. He is the man was applied. significance to come before tho Will Also ltcyoko the Pension Or who threatened to blow up Smith & Hut Is NowMor hound He claims to have fallen in with a board. Scott's tobacco factory yesterday , stranger yesterday alxiut noon. The Mom? . der of Cleveland. morning because there was no work stranger asked him for the price of a The report, of auother big addition for him. inral, and he declined to furnish him to the I. C. fihops hero, enabling the He stated to Judge Sanders in the "Councr-Jiurna- l of todny company to build the llncst coactics, Tho Washington, July lSPrcsidcnt polico court this morning that ho hud with the amount, but offered to pay for tho meal, knowing that the muti says: uclaled news from Livingston is without foundation. While such McKinley will send his financial mes- lived in Louisville 7 years, and hnd Uo Intended to spend It forwhlskey. lie county gives anotlier surprise for the an improvement would be a great sage to Congress tomorrow. worked for the Pinzcj Hros.' tobacco 1 be Hon. John K. Hen- benefit to tho city, it is not contem- will also revoke tho pension order of Arm at that place for 2ii years as a had about 8, which bad been paid sllvcritcs. Cleveland, and will name a big batch twister, stemmer nud wrapper. He for work drick, who served tho First district plated, him by tho I. C. railroad in Congress until this year, ond who Mark of consular appointments. ilouo with n bridge gang. camo here n coupler of weeks ago Hanna says tho roport'ihat he has from Cairo, and has wotked at odd Assistant I'urdmastcr Hob Larkin says ho and tho strange supported Mr. llryan for President, will attend the Democratic state con sutlicieiitly recovered from moved to the White HouVe to live is has man went to a restaurant, the loca since he came, having helped a Ho is noy jet presi- Jobs two at Smith & unfounded. tlon of which ho wai unfamiliar with vention tomorrow a ailelegntc. Mr his recent Illness to rem mo work. day or Scott's. I dent. Iwlng a stranger here, aud ordered hendrick was on the committee on When he applied yesterday for In the Livingston county F. Wallace, resolutions Chief Engineer John dinner. work he found that there was no emCONTRACT K riFiEi). Jlo remembers nothing after drink convention lait batU'dsy, and the of tho I. C, who has held his olllce ployment for him, and became very true ring which the have, as uiuy since 181)2, has tendered his resignaing a cup of coffee, except that ho Insolent towards Mr. IS. 11. Scott, aHteeqtjBHtttW.fil became blinded, and wait soon al- be seen in another part of ibis col- tion to take V'ffect Augi'st 1. He Thc.SewcniRO Hywtom Covenant one of the proprietors. He said he most In a frenzy. II remembers umn, shows his fnriR'8tnoH in tho does this to become president and would blow up tho whole establishMade Today. e general mauager of the Matchleson nothing that occurred during tho in- cauc of iionesl money, aud ment, and ,if ho couldn't work there Alkili Works at Providence, It. I. the coffee, and Democratic principles. The council met in called session nobody should. Mr. Scott believed terim after drinking Mr. Hendrick has always leen a this afternoon to con- him crazy, aud had Olll-'e- r Sutherrecovering consciousness at the city A St. Louis diver and a force of at 2 o'clock hall. All his money was taken tic sound money man, but having par- section men under rverseer Wllker-ao- ii sider the sewcrngo contract, award c 1 land arrest him. fore Officer Jones found him and had ticipated in the convention prelimiHall said today that he knew noth arrived at Brooklyn yesterday to at the last meeting' to Mr. Linn nary to the nomination of Mr. liryar jilm sent to police headquarters. Lite, of Chattanooga, Tenn. ing nbout dynamite, and never saw la'gin the work of improving tho big The members present were: Coui . or handled a piece of it iu bis life. Larkin never had an attack of epi- ho supported the Chicago nominee. double incline, which is in need of oilmen Williamspu, Farley, Riccb- - He said when he referred to blowing lepsy in his life, and says he is con- He is a vnluable lecruit to tho Na- repairs. Kamleiter. leff, Ltebel, fident the man he befriended drugged tional Demccratio party. One by &. nr the house, a Free Mason vvolud one tho Democratic leaders In the Mr. 1'at Kilcoyne anofErfde, Dti UcIlaudTSiarks. T him for the purpose of robbery. kuow what he meant. He also said toMiss llridget Curtslnger, of Fancy The mayor read his call, setting that women had no right to work in Ho leaves tills afternoon for Cin- state are taking un the fight, and cinnati and will be assisted part of morrow's coavctrlion will contain Farm, have returned from their bridal forth as tho object of the mectiug, tobacco fnctoiies, and in fact said In- tour toJChlcagp. Mr. Kilcoyne will the ratification hi tho sewerage con- enough to convince Judge Sa'iders the way by the city. After the theory scores of the mit piomlncut. hydrophobia was starfed last night formation has been rceiusl by Sec- remmo workon the I. C. next week. tract, the allowance of several bills, Ins mind was unbalanced. of 1 lie utter supand tho purchase of elcct.-ica-l Larkin was locked up, And this morn- retary Carroll j that the convention said about - the best disposition to Dispatcher Vrvey is quite ill. Uis. plies. will develop smcral other surprises ing was greatly ainused at the promake of Hall was to have Mayor over is working for In tho way of cccru'U Lorn lenders patchcr Frauk On inotlou of Mr. Bell, the coun- Ydser ship him to Louisville. ceedings. who supported II r. Itryau. One in him. cil ordered the purchase of an addiHull became very indignant when liYINfi IN STATE. particulir fronr Western Kentucky tional dynamo, for the city plant, to Judge Shndera said he was crazy, THE ilYPSY QUEEN." and anothc frrtm Kastern Kentucky. cost $700. and said they'd send bun to no asyOlllcer Crow's salary, $50, was al- lum, as he owned a house and lot in A DJUiKlF.I) INSAN E. The Funeral of Senator llnrrls to (iood Perforirxanco at tlic Casino lowed. His name wasomittcd acci- Louisville and had nothing but Occur Thlx Afternoon. Uist Evcnlnu;. dentally from the pay roll lost meet- sense in his. bead. Which we are still selling: The body of Andrew .IhckMin llrltfinnn Order- Memphis, July 18 Thero was a laruo crowd at Casino ing. Mr. John T. Donovan was allowed vdlo tho AhjIiiui. Senator HairU is lyhig in state here Theater lastighl to witness tho first MGK OKEHDE. $39 on pauper account, etc. today at the Hrst Methodist church, Andrew .inckson Itngmnn, who presentation ofi'l be Gypsy Ojiccn, s, Mr. Lynn Wltiw, who wns awardguarded by the Confederate was brought in. rsleidav afternoon a romantic drutrjs in four acts. Commits The play waone of the beat yet ed the sewerage contract, offered as Tlie from the ClarkV river section nud Suicide. his security the Fidelity nnd Deposit Tho remains have been viowtd by produced by this popular oompany, tried for Iniinoyjnl thu court hou-t- i, thousands of people. At 4 o'clock was adjudged Of uiicoiiiHl mind and and was fully appreciated. Crcedo, Col, July 13. Nick Tne Company, of Maryland, the amount will commence tho funeral ceremonies scenery and mechanical effects were of bond being $35,000- Creede.owncr of ICreede mining cuuip, ordered to tho asylum. and tho interment will take place at The contract was Alien read by and a committed Iu Ins statement to tho court he eiy line, especially thu stoim in the Klmwood. In wlneli real water is used Mayor Yeiser. f moved that suicide today to escape his wife, from said that n mill named George Car last act, Tnoso who will take part in tlio Councilman Williamson whom he has separated, aud who roll wonted til marry his daughter, for the rain. services or tho fuueral procession in lie play abounds in weird scenes city ratify the sewerage contract, nnd threatened reconciliation. I One-Pric- e character but hu objected on account of her an otllcial or and romantic situations, and is ono that the mayor be authorized to sign llond Found. representatives vif the United age. Carroll Imnrds at John Terry's, with which thi intelligent, npprccla the same, which was adopted by u include The and his daughter was thero Sunday, u o New York, jily 13. Toe bend of Stotcs government, the governor of and he went nflerjicr, thinking she tivo audienco'was more than pleased, voie oi yeas to nays murdered by tho state and his staff J high stato Win. Guldcnsuppo, Ho attemptwas not in good hands. olilclals and representatives of tho OF CONSUMPTION. Thorn, was found, encased iu plaster wiilo there. LEAGUE SHAKEY CENTRAL leading business and 'professional ed to shoot Terry ew Jersey this after of pads in Deputy Jailor Grndy was depu thtt city and of organizations noon. Death of Airs. Will Robertson at tized to take him infHopUinsviIle, county. llrigmau was carried away by tlio Noon today. Ohio Valley Riitlro.id Sold. deputy Jaihr at 8 o'clock this morn Says a T erru Haute Dispntclj to mu uohbkky. Henderson, Jiihf 13. The Ohio Mrs, Will Kobcrtsqn, of Fourth lug. t. the and Tennessee streets, died about Valley Railroad was today sold lor GAMESTER'S WANTKD. in Tliclr work ai noon today of consumption, after a upset price, 81.0o0.000 to A. F. HurgliirA 5ci ( Humphrey, Loisville, bidder for JVluyHvlllc. lengthy illness. Local Hascball (Directors. HowThe deceased was Vjout 25 years A. II. Joliuo, New Y Warrants Is.suL Aua hint H Half Mnvsvllle. Kv.. July 13. Burg of ago and a duugbter of Cnpt. Shaw, ever. Clulni Tlifere Is N'oth- ilARKICTS. DOcn. lars made a big haul In this city last of tho Joe Fowler. She was formerand inii in the Sfutcmciit. ..ui.t. Klvn stores, twoolllces Al Willie Dunlaii, Gabe Fletcher, ly Miss Eva Shaw,and loaves, beDaily bv l.icyCJraln r a barber shoo weroeiitcrcd and len Itogeis, Leo Hefry, Davo Smith, sides her husbanddMr. Will Hobcrt- - (ICepo'tenl of $3,000 were Chicaco, I1I., July Hi. ""Pt. goods to the amount n anu Allen uivens, plumber, ono tho been Miko Matthews lt.fli Tlio following dispatch from Terre 8on. a son. wheat oenciK at CC hlimjl ftltiifi llll taken. As yel no arrcsw ear for tho child, WWlllllt UlllLtla ill nt til. mado. .l.ilrtni . ll.a Ul ttt Lit 1fk were war - Haute was published In yesterday's The funeral will take place tomor- 67?o, closed UUIVVk lULlIU n illU Alll-"Globe-Democra- t. Sent corn opeed at 'JCJ, and ranted last night by JUudgo Sanders row, but tho exact yine has not been ON TO WEST KIKGINIA. Terro Haute. Ind..xJiily 11. closcil at 26f b. forcrap-shootln. i Central set. Sept. oats openo I Jat 1'b guilty "Tlio indications are that the Fletcher and Sm'Ui pleaded ASUS FOK A DIVORCE. out the Dcsperute KtTortu IwliilT Made to this rooming mid Huseball League will closed at 18' 4. npo lined 820 and f E,vansvlllo club Sent. Dork oni'nei at S7ir-i7tii- d Cct Out the MtucrM. ffeVimF The other defendants closing week. Tho cosU each. is in u bad way and, although a firm Mrs Luclndii Cnpiduiw Was Aban closed ut $7.65. I 13. aro still at largo. Pnrkcrsburg, W. Ya., July of merchant" yesterday took tho reSept. lard opened nt S!l 8.' niidji JfnKh&Z. , doned, She Suvh. Tho leaders of tho great coal miners' sponsibility of its iualntenance it is HAS FORGOT TEN . closed ut 81) ioy.. grVnt efforts to get ..... strike are making .!lN.l... !,., I.. l.o Oapshaw yesterday Mrs. Lucnda UOl CJtpeuieif H nifi V" ncji .u uv Sept. ribs opotied in $i no 4 tho West Virginia miners to join the Oled suit in tlio iiircqit coip:t hero closed nt SI nmf .agitators nud John Dillon Kenioiiibors Nothing league lougcr thau the nresont series against strike. Orators her husb&nd for divorco, She of home game Tho Kvaiisville N. W. recoips 3i!I cars of tho ltobUery. ,n. v have been sent td tho miners. pru wns under the control of Simons, alleges uiey werc marricn on club ClesrenooH 130,000 limhuls. the miners will It is thought that Owing to tho nbscnccV of Hon. E. who was president of the league,froin 6th, 18D0, and tllat on June 10 of at wo Out of 'Jft,000 '"d mine-- s in Wi W. Bngby, tho defendant's attorney, which positiou he retired a fc w weeks the satno year ho abandoned her she refusal to deed to him Virginia all b it 700. or 800 ure nt tho afcase against John Dillon, the tho ago. When he turnedover KENTUCKY'S FHiST West Virginia. N movi i ovt r charged with breaking luto ho abandoned the somo property left her by her par work rilaiU CHIEF JUSTICE E. H. Harbour's hist Saturday, did fairs of tho league Terre Haute direc- ent. Sho asksl for divorco aud n the in largo Tho homo club. up for trial lieforo Judge tors sny there is an aciouuting yot to restoration of her maiden name, Miss (pianillles, nnd thoHylias brcu no atnot come The tempt to mokt tio trains bo made with Simonar .aud thoy will Lucinda Glenn! Muld to Uo Dylni."in Mt. Sterr Sanders today. "' strikers claim tliatlhe West Virginia Hu sun on his bond, from which ho has Dillon was remanded to jail. Hug. Tonight nt La ife Park, "Gyp, mines will be e'eed down nithin twi ignornnccVof anything been trying to bo released. When nrofessea utter of Cpme'dy. tho Heiress." mi sinrliucr. Kt.. July 13. weeks, but tho (niio uperaloid of that that transpired on tho morning of tho surrendered tho books of tho cousoli Judge l'cters, Kentucky', urst cuiei robbcrv. owinc to bis maudlin con dnled position of President, Treasur Thotos ai district nie ra1 din wages to hold Four nicely flnlsWd justice, is dying at his homo in this ditiou. 13JI their men er nnd secretary to his successor, ut. Riley's for 50c Rubber Hose. handlp'Only good hose, of recognized quality, which we sell at the very lowest prices, ranging fromOc per foot up. The best hose in ,the city for - '21 r 12c SOU Broadway Do.you need a Lawn Mower? We can sell you one for!$2. GEORGE jQHARn INOO 303-3- 07 Hardware and Stove Company, RPORATED. er i iSSs2S:(r'(S Our Shoes Are like pretty women: All Stop to admire them. Fhe Green, Ox Blood and Chocolate in Oxfords and Lace are beauties, and the beauty is, the pri: ces are so low everybody is buying them. Have you tried a pair If not, call in and get a pair. ."" Mc-Ca- -- old-tim- IjeO. KOCK X OOn, 32l Broadway. itfSH555s2Si,Oy3'&JiS:I(flraSS2 We nave Just Received SowiEJVtew at from Baltimore CRASH SUITS, - Patterns in r?jte&?. I "S--i Vet-rau- Miiltl-Mlllionai- $piiWU B.MrVeOIe & 409-41- 1 e, SOLD BY OTHER HOUSES AT $6.00. semi-olUci- The Only Clothiers Furnishers and Hatters. Son, jr. k. BROADWAY. Glbbo-DiMiiocra- . MMMmmmmM3 larEransnlrmn IBE.AW' iflfltSlii -- We ' uj well-know- - w&3g&&-- are sole agents for This ' VxoOX2 g. Celebrated Line. ... HO-3- "'''iK.Pr mew ll KMT f JPil Try One H Pair ' V wnfl coal-caroi- f5'1 tWZM MwiSSmM S7 and you WII wear no other. Cochran rTV.IHrif-X.-4- i " city. IV-I- matrAX. -- Uusscllvllle, Ky., Joly 13. Stevenson shot and killed Henry Morgan lastislght at a negro lance. Tne Uuuimo cuiuo u uyui woman.- Killed ntaNerQl)ance. Am-bro- so SMALL STIUKt 4Jf MM.rL; irix. 1 AND Fifteen Flour Workeri Wulk Out at l'lilton The strike has struukVFulton, V Fifteen men norkiiie for W. Brauu & Son's iluuring Mills walked out yesterday morning btcauso tho proprietor wanted them US work fourteen hours per day without extta re You Need a Nice Suit, U'l.nn " II MV.-1II- ochran nun v BRJ .HUUrtli BIO AT1 fcN DANCE .. Mints. -"!"- with tho of courso you wank . n suit in riuur. Scotch Novelties suit icC roiild .U English & o.. -ClayXF ....., oi n Wivst.il.I or one of llioso liuppriwi ,, 6-, ,, , w. v Sun . voul? Wo havo tliem at nil nriccn iri swmragf welchts. If J'ou want to appear call v- - ..-.- ,.. isrrnil w-.- -" r lMiiubllwan Lcnuub at Detroit. MioL July 18 -T- here Detroit, attendance at tho National is a large nl,iiinm Leaeuc uovr in session v ycuuwi " , i- numeration. It is saidthat tho business men il! ho wnitofl upon by the strikers and asked n5t to buy any flour made by this lira. Suits made to Order, n $14.00 and up. UHL Fants made to Order, $3.75 and up. limine tailoring un o ESTABLISHMENT I x v wWmJmmsms.t v' i.l . t jwsaasaagssfeSs ,a '.v -- Gmfmjms&'u i-w- rja T' : loiight of us incd free. 4 .ik4 ' ' .tTrrMi?v? 83d Broadway. h "iv3 " pxj&jud THE PADUCAH DAILY SUN. ' Published every afternoon, Sunday, by ;ixoouroKATi. except 1HE SUN PUBLISHING . M COMPANY. MAHAOKH j. n turtn . J, Dorian . . PioiiiK, .. . I'HCMDEtn AMI Vf, P. l'AXTOf ... MRKCTOllS .... ior Phmicint riCRTABT TBA8Unll r. if Knher,J I!. Smltli I.W.C1 meal, J. K. Willi iiniou J.J Dorian fHE DAILY SUN local II jSliMBtnTial tter.i.n to In I'mlticab anJ vlclnlir. be ot umlectlng Reneral news, which will repermit an fnllj tlirato ex pens. space will tHkt without gard 13 twuinrofiuitrvt all hr " 'l I HE WEEKLY SUN - it dTOleda tM SnUretW of our country rat mtia. nd Mll at all titnM be newny and enlertalnlug, while Jiecplnu lu reader posted It Mill on all political attain and toplwiwhlle irlnM and teachings ot the National Republican party A CORRESPONDENCE. special featured the wwkly foi'lon f DepartTm 05 will be Its Correspondence represent ment, In which It hopes ably to of Its iYery locality within the lltnlis clrcu-latlo- its railroads prosper. prosperous The are the great distributors. Tlio money they receive- Is, all but n very small portion, spent in tlio public service. Interest on bonds nnd dividends on stocks are but the charged by tlio disbursing agent. In most cases this commis sion Is iar ociow uio ruling rate. Protection "ill put money In circulation that is heU now by capitalists too prudent to undertake to compott with the products of forcigu pauper labor. Men now idle will once nvro find employment in the shops m. I factories 1 lio employ and on the railroad?. ment of thee men will bring business as well to tliu storekeeper, and tlia farmei "ill iiguln lind n more r Stable demand for his products. coin-missi- iCT-T- 1 Evansvillc, Paducah an- - Cairo Packet was tfcft strongest kind of a find offices for, aud beforo the Sent men were thrown oul of employment substitute ' Line. all personal complimeTTC- - and proof poi tor could weigh as lie should the merbecause the mills, factories and that Senator Deboe's indorse- its and claims ot the applknuts, ho Owned aud OiwratpU by thu industrial enterprise no longer fur- tivo ment enrric i great weight with tho was expected to wear out the patience Tennessee and Ohio River Transportonnage. If a country is administration. nished of the Prcaidcut with his importuni tation Co. tr DonfC.. &HS! Smo Money. v TO THE PUBLIC: ADVEKTISING. Ui-of adrertislng will be made known on ipplliwilos OffrB. standard lllock. 115 North fourth - itrcet Daily, per annum nllv. Six months Jail, One month, Hail, per week Weekly, per annum In vance Specimen copies free J 4.60 2.-- 5 40 10 cent" ad- M 1DKSDAT, JULY 13, 1897. ANNOUNCEMENTS- The Sen Is authorized to announce J. A. JAMUS of As a candidate, for Marshal of the CityRepubKy- - subject to the action of the lican Convention. TbeSDM la authoilzed to announce IB. W. PllATT Aa a candidate for Judge of the Police Court of the CPy of Paducab, Ky., subject to the action of the Kepiibllcan Conentlon. to announce IIENSLKY O. 1IAHKIS. As a candidate for City Proecutln Attorney, subject io the action ot the Republican party, The Suit It authorized to announce J. T. 11EAN As a candidate for Constable In the .Sixth Magisterial district, subject to the action of the Republican purty. TheSl'Hlsautliolzrd - ndtuiiiiitraUon has a hard task in shun ing its high appreciation of the This Is spwrfthhiR ifrory one njo n In momenta of lolnuro. Tiik coal operators in West Vir SENATOR DEB0E and it In 4 thing o( beauty for tho homo. services of all tho e to whom is due ginia know how to mating o a strike. the great victory of 1890. Rut it is hoped that the disappointed will realThey paid their mincrswho continued AND THE ize that there arc more faithful ReCapt. Harry Haldwin, of the Magto" work in tbo great strike three publicans than there are offices or gie Belle, is in the city. His boat substantial bonuses, and ADMINISTRATION years ago POME TO US POR YOUR even nnd that not on continues to lie up at Nashville, owing the result was that the strike proved the shoulders of Seuntor Deboe should to there not being sufficient water for a failure, but not until the operators be laid the responsibility for the fail- her to do tho work bIic went there to ure of Kentucky to get ull the olllccs accomplish several weeks ago. in West Virginia had made large Kentucky's Republican Senator AND GOODS. that her able sons demaud. The John S. Hopkins was some profits. Now the wages in seventeen In these observations on the firing Has Not Been Turned KKT to what late in arriving here this mornmines have been raised so that the n.. ...til lib ouu neatly UN. of Kentucky nun in tt. it... tliu ing, owiug to very shallow water ns miners are getting 13cenU more Down By the nt Muall 'out. there is no thought of criticizing well as heavy, business. She left on for scekiug public office. than the Pennsylvania miners are her return to Evansville at noon with President. lhe lesson we are teaching Hs that her elegant mail flag flying in tlio striking for. The prospects for a disappointments arc inevitable, aud breeze. 205 imOADW, ', l'ADUCAII, KY. strike in West Virginia are not good. that here in Kentucky it is unjust to A Just Statement of the Senator's The II. W. Huttorff will arrito GREAT President hold Senator Deboe or Nothixq has shown the absolute Influence, ana of Ills Position rcsponsttilu beeauso many of here out of the Cumberland river and early tomorrow demagogery of William J. Bryan th si' who aspire aud deserve well of from Clarksville In .Muklntr Endorsements the parH' havo been grievously disap- morning. She will leave on her remore clearly than a single line of his n in and Is exturn to Nashville for (lovermont Offices. pointed Fourth-of-Jul- y letter to the Tammany 'KOl'IUETOH- pected to have an i m client crowd of " subject it iis not round trip cxcnr-ioi'ist- s. While in society, in which he asserted that the Senator Dcboe has secured the apprinciples of jtbe Chicago platform A great deal has been said about pointment of Dr. James as marshal, inappropriate lu remark that Senator Tho Ohio river, just to be fashionDeboe recognizes, if some otfters do are gaining ground, "the failure of Senator Deboe's influence, or rather although it is known that the Presiable it is supposed, continues to fall imt, that a national admi. istration the --Republican polices to restore his lack of influence with the admin- dent felt most kindlydisposeo toward has obligations anil dutius that some- similar to Hip other streams. Tho KXT CKLKHKATKI) ( Call eaily the benefit of prosperity having given a new impe-ttffi- o istration in the matter of securing ap- another applicant, and it is belicvci times run counter to the expressed fall of last night us thru) tenths. our cheap and jetThe following pricjA. that the Senator will land his closest wishes and preferences of Senators The big bar opposite the wharf is LOUIS-OERT- S the movement." This dema- pointment) for Kentuckians and thu political friend, Cuairman Harnett, as looming up in great ttiupe a d prom are only a fcv ol the many bar of the cheapest type, while it distribution of Kentucky patronage. Surveyor of tho Port of Louisville. and their recognition does not neces- ises to be larger this summer than gains that wehave for you. gogery In kegs and sarily imply a "turning dowu"of the might be overlooked in the ward The following statement of the situa- These arc tho two choicest ofllces iu Senators. usual. - "Lexington Kentucky. be er or curbstone orator, is inex tion is made by the To secure an appointment at the There was nothing of any conseSenator Deboe believes that the hands ot uu administration, an applicusable in a presidential candidate or "Leader," whose editor is Mr. Sam Tclo,honu onlow fined until 11 o'clock at niAt during week am! 12 quence going on down about tho rivEleventh district is entitled to ono ol cant must possess fitness, political o'clock "Republican J. Roberts, the chairman of the late the four stato places, er front this morning. The arrivals Organdieslworth 29c for 23c; The and as Con- aud personal. This must be vouched and departures were very few nnd Organdies fcorth 25Cfyr 15c; committee. gressman Colson aud the whole party campaign policies to restore prosperity" have Republican for in no vague manner. If scckcis there was very little freijli' handled Lawns worth tsHtc ior 10th and Madison Streets, . not yet been placed upon the statute No one in Kentucky is better able to organization desires that Mr. Hill be PADUOAIl.Kr. after office weighed their own lltucaS on the levee. There bus r tctbally Cross barred nuisliii px .Mc appointed District Attorney it is un- as it must be weighed by the persons been books, owiug to the delay enforced speak of this subject than Mr. Rob nothing doing in tho way of Ilcst unbleaclt cottoI4;c by Mr. Urjau's own followers, who erts. The aiticlc is therefore most derstood the Senator will give him responsible for thu nppuiiitmcnt, the river trnlllc fo fat this week. Hest bleach cotton alic; his earnest support. ' Senators and thu administration control the .Senate nnd have made it interesting and most timely. The The big wheel slufi formerly on Men's white sliirs with colored It is rr Her of newspaper and genbosoms, worth,!, foroc; to enact a single line of statement is lengthy, but we give the eral gossip that President McKinley would be relieved of thu painful ne the steamer J.ouasti r w! i burned impossible cessity of many refusals. Personal at Golconda btM-- il mo it'M ago but We have a fe itiare of those great The desired to appoint Mr. Combs to the portion. important the legislation which promises (pros- most fitness aud poll', nl fitness are con- which bargains in lAdies shoes ranging was brought here nnd remodel marshalship, but yclded his prefer sidered. Sen ico rendered to luv perity. Mr. Ilryan knows this. He "Leader" says: in price from 25c to $1. ,hom .fas put ence rather than disappoint Senator party and the ability to render ser- ed by ilic maeliim The enterprising Washington cor knows that the effect cannot be exaboard the slia'iier lieo U. Cowling Deboe, who was greatly interested in IN HE LATEST-PATTERN- S. pected before the cause exists. Yet respondents of ci'Hiii. Cincinnati and Dr. James. At tho request of the vice to the Government iu the po- this morning iu takm in Mctropolix Lace Curtains, seem deter sition asked for must go together where Louisville ifosu-- r A'lTKNTiokaiVKN va A.U, be gravely, and with premeditation, it will be Illicit in'acoinstend UICDKKS. mined to embarrass Senator Dcboe President, Senntor Deboo gavo his And even when evtry fitness is pos- of the I'ortiers aru Cuiuiterpanes at one she now has owing to it's in a letter deliberately written for po- by insisting that lie lacks iiilluencu cordial endorsement, to Mr. Combs sessed, there must come sometimes a prices that will astonish you. being too small litical effect, talks, lese than four with the administration and has been for pension agent. choice between equally competent In view of this recital of facts and equally deserving men that brings BLACK GOODS The palatial itcnmer U'v of Samonths after tbo inauguration of his unable to secure Kentucky's share of No. 132 S Third Street. known to every Keutuckian and every upon the indorser and thu appointing vannah, foiniiilv one of the St. Louis at 20 Telephone- No. 371 outside appointments. successful rival, about "the failure icr cent less h;i cost. When thero is a special dearth of Kentucky newspaper man in Wash- - power tho anatlieiu is of the duap-pointe- and Teuncssu: nL p.iLkets, but Republican policy," knowing of the now has Memphis as ler homo port, political news of a Kentucky flavor inn'on, how absurd it is for our jour . that not one line of Republican legis- these same veracious correspondent nalistic friends to harp upon tho will leave this aftc- n 11 for tho above "lack of consideration" shown Sena STATU OP OHIO CITY OI TOLKIIO. I lation has been enacted, and that Ins ring the changes on thu old worn-ou- t LUCAS l UL'NTY. f" named place lorn r her old trade H. party Is responsible fur that fact. story that even in the mntter of uo- - ior Deboe b thu administration. At rUANK.r.CIIKNhYtil.kesoillithit ! it from Memphis t .mints down the l,lls distance u iooks as inougii nit t if hfiiliu- parliirror iin Urm'uf !' J. ('lli:.N"i:i City Co , This sort of political pettifogging is pointments within the state- Senator Senator had srotteu along swimmingly County ilolDK bmlncs In lb ,tml otMilTulrdu, big Mississippi nui, after bciug heri214 Broadway. l linn anil sit nUH-il(- l thit tor bcveral weeks uiiilcriioiinr ucneral Dcboe s select! ons are usuallv turned Mllllxithy'ruimjf (INK HUNI'IIKIJ DDL repairs beneath a reputable politician or Stcarn; Gas and on the ways. down and he is made to stand spoil- - wil" tlio President. U. it is now a 3 lnti.icfy.nnd ui ' y at or Cninrrh I.Alt She cinnol W.i cufwl hy Hiiuh of Hall' C.iMrrti much improved boat in appearance statesman worthy the confidence of sor for the personal selections of A'llANKJ CIIKNIIY These same writers also say that Cure Sanitary... , ' .siioriilo before ni'f mu ut!rlbil In inv any party or people. President McKinley. in ono or two instances Senator De- pio met, ttlaQtb unjfof I)ectmbc4 I) 1h.i). ami especially in condition, for n dition to being newly pnlntid men of the press as boe's recommendations These young DBAUiU IN AI.L KINDS OK., for postI 1 S"'ary Public. she has biui t'lnrotuhly caulked, sume that Senator Deboe ought to masters havo been disregarded by iue Jseai. HOPE KJBVIVING. I lluH'n Catarrh Cure li taxeu lnli'iuilly nnd hull M Fillings and Fixtures. Sprinkling Hose. excellent pit From all sections of the country have a personal friend cr crony administration, just as though that 'Hdlrfrt' ni e bliKxlanil muciiuurfuCcH her -, ' shape ; a m w tcsa-i- as she wns for to every olilce in Kentuukv, were sullicient ground for war beaUl'frt'O, Lsi I". fur come reports of increased activity in O F J ( IIKNKY&CO , zixs mcrly witiiiitoiie, n new wheel, and H2 South Fourth 8troof. 226 llroadfay, l'uduculi, Ky. and that whenever n'selectionis made tween tho Senator aud thu President. lT9 Court strtct u I by llrugKMH, 7."o Ttlphu Nd sot all lines of business, says the "Ameri-cz- n out of consideration for local con Jin I'sTjijII) IMlUaiB tbab-is- t otherwise aim h o iverled Into a new Senator Deboe, of course, has rw-w-'m-.'Factories and ditions, or in accordance with recuj;- Economist." boat. She U now o'ie among the , KXCUICSION'S aud political friends, and $120,000,00 licit, ns well as one of Hm handsom- CapltaKjnd Surplus, foundries that have lain idle for ulzed political obligations, it neces everything elsu being equal he would Se.i-atVia III1110 s Ccniral Knllroad. est stean cm on lhe Mern waters many months will again be started sarily implies a slighting of thu like to see them appointed to the ofOn 8at by the President. Toronto, (Jut , July 12. 13 ai.d and wImi. s.ij lulmiis hiuiiu mIiu will Open from 9 n. m. to X p. ficial positions (to which they may additional labor will be up and urday ulghta fromlo 8 Senator Deboe is too hroad-gaugt- d C" uinoinr her lie knows butter than his II, 82!l. Of) fci the round tiip; good count nnuy up m in those that have been run- in his treatment of political patron- aspire , but lut'irnlng until July 30, with i ics tLat the work of political ning on reduced time with smaller age to entertain such an opinion, and ci it fur extension. Interest Paid onTime Deposits carries with (it claims an I New l'lovMeiicy.-Tenn- ., Out. 27lh force. The change has come almost his indorsements prove that ho doe implied obligations that are paraNiagara IVN, for train 201 leav- I ('. 11 ei (hyuyil. Kwinivilli!, Give you All Kinds of' Ind. : within a few weeks. Hope was re- not take tho narrow view that tho of mount to personal piufereuces;nud it ing l'adiicah 1 :2r) n. in. July 8th Dc .Srvl'li'iivhlp ns 30011 ns OFFICERS. fices iu Kentucky are his individual is creditablo to his good sense that hi only, $17 20 for the round trip; good ....... ir ..President FIRE vived by the election of Major iltf 'uliKikS Chill mm Jab. A. Rutns belongings, to be bestowed ns pniely does not assumu that all thu office in 1 July IO1I1. s Cashier V. F, Paxton .) 1' ev( as President, but the our iKthi It. Rudy. ill SVyfv m nffi Oashior persoual f avori, regardless of politi- Kentucky oeloug to him by abiolutu Mi miner ri4ortn, on sale daily, to of I sl.lr i our Cliitl Cuii 2iX difficulty ot hastening through cal obligations or the aihico of the LIFE at liht, us some of tho-i- contend who an piiucipulfurther informal! reduced tliu Ik A 111 I IH! Ilia DIR KOTORS. congress a tariu Dili uas delayed purty orgauizatiou. n up. criticise him for not hurling doUance rate J. For i.h- ii- -i DtafuiiVf Jab. A. Ruiy, ( Jab. It Smith, as it Becomes moio Much realization, whenever he ply to at tliu administration V . If . U.....1 F. M. FlBUKii, ko. O. Wallace, TORNADO I II OHIUIII ado has been made iu tho .1. T. Donovan, C. A , ui.d tue Prenldout may differ over home industries are really to. F. Paxton, F. ivAMLlUTUR, plain that newspapers over thu assumed fact that some 1'uducah, Ky. flKO. O. llAUT. Farley, . )oulmu3terslnp olicii to huliMjriliLTH. wince over litizen's Saving Bank. to be protected from the competition Mr. Franks, of Owcuiboro, was tho DY. R All Of ' llrCIHI'lor Iuivn un Him.' Important Notlco. Senator Deboe abaiimed ofllce unthe foreigner new life is being in only one of the live collectors inof iim will i (( pt liooKs mid miIi. All persons knowiujfliliriielves infused into American enterprises. Un- dorsed by "Senator Ueboo of his o 11 der circumstanced peculiar and Hyhorlbwih in" r (jiu-st-to take free will, and w3 the pnly oue re- ing. While to Home of his friends debted to the UrinHttueri & Mafil-EffingerAGcertainty chills trade. The convic- jected by the admlniblration. Every his dccllou sutmed always a possi- and John UogufT & Sou are Kln.r fur all )t.Mii.iiti on miI. o hereby hn.i l'ul). (Jo, tion that four years of protection ore one knows that the ouly reason Mr. bility, still een to him the result warned to call aud settle tho same at hCriptfoos. l .... LOU ISYLIIE. KY. ( Undertakers andtjalweri. to bo ours has mado business men Pranks was objectionable to Presi must have been not altogether with jnee tit my dlllco. 1S0. 127 South 130 S Third once more willing to enter into en dent McKinley mid Secretary Gage out Htirpriso. therefore, nhen ho Fourth street, and thereby save to iJr MuVrcll losta Ued AJoyo'ccQ Amoiican 11 k 83.01 to $5.00 per Telephone 221 wan beeauso of the political indict- - went from Frankfort to Wailiim l.m thrmoclvcs cmU, (jail will bo forced A.Qeuiit HoVk wdlfi Pomjetlfs y gagements for tho future. Ollfcos 427 Broadway day. he fouud himself conf-untowith new io proceed y law w coiioei ssiue I ment hanging over him ; and the read- For Sale, eyeniiiKr The finder will bo The depression following I lie recent iniisa nltn wnicu tuo X'resuicni au duties aud surroundings almost with- ' nlcss ot'icrwiso eettleirpromjitly At the Sun olllcb old papers, nio Rood's inly $1.00 am upwards. rewarded by relin ing it lo liui. tf free-trad- e expertmcut uas lauj-n- i us a cl.1)lC(l an(1 npj0iuted Mr. Yaiula'l, out warning, KI II. i'UUYKAll. and clean, just the thing to put un A. B Qiilco wjura: l)r Inwards. SpeciaIty,Kys,Ear, der carpeis and on shelves. 25 cents There wero ten times as many up Receiver of Hogerb & King nud Johh costly lesson. In tho railway seryicn w10 )g Senator Deboe's tow iisuun Nose aud Throit, lydqeuh, Ky-l- y Hogcre A Sou. d26tf ot a million o and warm friend, as Mr. Franks' phcants as Kcutuckycould hope to 12 111., -- to 0 p.m. and Muagr8a.u. lo per hundred. lUono over a quarter tnlgbj ' The Madison ville 'Hustler' ' aars : We can't help tut believe iliat prosperity i coming to this couu ry and that it is already uu iU wa) to the bom of our pope. AT TIIK I C. SHOPS. It h very probablo thai the "Neua'isa lit i lo too sanguine In in predictions, ilutt paaengir coach shops will be milled to tlio Illinois Central shops here. It is to be regret ltd that the report U not authentic. As u uii ter of faut, however, not build the Illinois Ce Ural doe-c niches even at Chicago, but buy3 tlitiQ from tar manufacturing work-- . There is no cause for dUappoinl-men- l, however, for the wink at the rhops here will increase instead of decrease, and it is in re than probable that other extensile improve- innntH will take nlace here, but whether these improvements will consist of a new freight depot, ad ditions to the shops or round houses or a grain elevator, is not now at all certain. All of these improvements may cone and some of them are ipiilo probable. Certain It is that the hoM hero are now the second iu sizo on the whole Illinois Central system. Forty-nin- e box cars will be built here thii summer, which of itself means work for many men. The shops are now so large and so completely equipped that a vast amount of additional work can easily be handled. Iu the Loulsvillo district Senator Deboe has deferred to tho wishes ot his warm friend and supporter, Mayor Todd, ir. indorsing Mr. Sapp. In the Richmond district Mr. Ycrkcs wns practically unopposed from tho moment ho announced liU candidacy, aud his appointment was almost universally conceded as ono of the certainties of politics, no matter who might be elected Senator. At the sair.o time Mr. Yurkes and Mr. Dcboe hao been fast political friends, and at St. Louis Mr. Dcboe voted for Mr. Yerkes for Natioual Committeeman nnd Mr. Yerkes voted for Mr. Deboe for chairman of tho Kentucky delegation. lu thu Covington district all thu political lines pointed to Mr. Coiuiu gore, wao was ono of Mr. Deboe's stajuch friends and supporter and the only hitch was tlio Senator's feeling ot obligation to Mr. Lieberth for valued services in the closing Lours of tbo Senatorial contest in tlio legislature. It is generally known that Senator Dcboe counseled and aided In bringing about the ngrceablo un derstanding between Mr. Comingore and Mr. LicmrMi oy which it is uniU tin .v and will derstood tliu luiu-accept the chief d- put) ship under the And jet tliu enidiie v former. fciy th.it benator Deboe was again turned donu" by being "forced" to withdraw his tnii.'ise-meof Mr. Lieberth and ulmitute Mr. Comingore. lu the Lexington ilntii t it ! unnecessary to go into detail4, but suffice to say that Senator Ikb'e and Mr. Roberts have been good friends for a long time, anil served together on last cat's slate mm- D.iinn committee. The Senator n p,iblicly stated that tliu l'resldeil 1 pvacd thu desire that Mr Hubert should be appointed collector of the Seventh diitrict, to which the Senator responded that iliu selection was most agreeable to him. Tliis isanolUr of the humiliating "turn downs" the wicked newspaper boys say Seiiator Deboe has received from the auminis tratioii. r nt -lca-.mt-- ly I 1 ties. - The natural result followcjl. He-cau- se he could not "land" this uno or that one, ho is now ccuSurod for not being able to cope with Senator Quay or Scnnt r Piatt or some other of the Senators who are skilled in nil of the arts and delicate ways by I.Tansvlllw ii J I'ailiKib I'HCHrta dully xcep Miu.luv which olllccs arc secured. Consul- Strs.JOE anilj MS . HOPKINS I Leal l'.n ucanntp.au ia.ni. abundantly were expected ships IViiluciIiiui .ilro Packet Line ( allruxropt Diplomatic positions were asked for Sunday ) HlCJIilfr UU K M'W Ei., in no small way. Comfortable posil'.KllK-llS . til, tions in the Indian service mid $.600 Kit. 3llfl J. It place in the departments wero look ed upon as the ineiest trifles, to be picked up on every ca'l at the White House. And Senator Deboo was ex pected to get all of theso places tinder pain of biinj; considered a weaker Saved From the Waterr, Uorman than the long time Senators who railed on the Levee. havo controlled their states and di natioual politics for a generarected tion. hems of Special Interest to Klvtr Xiiiii l-I $ 5 THIS V ''' . i Opportunityto - On MoiuWy, July 5, we begin n big reduction Mile in every department in th lioiihc. Dimities, organdies, lawns ntul all wnsh goods will be included itPthis sale nt a discount of to to 40 cent. what we sav: our stock (otiowduTgooda will be sold at pri ces that oannotbe had elsewhere in the city. 11 colors, all styles and toes. Now is the time to buy footwoar alt We-liiGa- n U' v ri Iu the matter of the four Ken tucKy appointment regarucu as "state olllccs," the marshal, sur veyor, district attorney aud pension agent, the attitude of Senator Deboe is entirely creditable and dignified. While he had had personal obligations growing out of the senatorial election, he realized that they t ould not entirely chauge the political drift of the Ho knew state for a twclvemoitli. that the administration and the party organization had obligations growing out of valued political services tint ought not and could not be ignored because of the election of a new Senator sevcu months after the close of months after the campaign and t the President had en ten. 1 i pun of his ollicc. It is not remarkable that those wh feel they have especial claims on Senator Deboe should urge that even one of theso positions belongs to him by divine right, and becruse tlio Sen ator does not agree with them in their untenable position, they complain to the press that he does not contend for his "rights" and is too easily "turned down" by the ad in in istration. Let us see how just is this complaint. As a matter of fact, Senator has given much more time and attention to the from Kentucky than men like Quay and Piatt give to their constituents Tin so past masters in politics do not worry much over the importunities of every applicant who thinks himself entitled to a federal position. Of course, but a small part ot the men Therein a party can sccuro office fore a senator must use great discretion and much firmness in bestowing liij endorse uents. This discrimination is exercised by men like Quay nud Plntt so that Washington is not overruu by cilice f.et'cers from their states. They do within their own states that sifting of claims that Senator Dclne has had to do at Washington. Moreover, ea'di of theso more experienced senators knows all of the many ins and out of the departments, to know whieb is due' a large part of success in securing office for coiHtitueuts. They haie been influential in the appointment of the higher department ofllcials in the past, but naturally find it easier uow to secure o operation i i promoting the claims of friends than is possible with any new Scuator And again thee older Senators have advantages growing out of distinguished campaign services and campaign alliances which are not enjoyed by Senators who are just entering national political life. Do-boe office-seekers , People. T Tho Ditk Fowler was out as usual this morning for Cairo. ..r6R.. Somo fancy leaves were put on top SKIRTS ! of tho Savannah's stacks here this morning. The City of Sheffield will pass out We have a nice line o( light of the Tennessee tomorrow en route weight woolen, checks and fancies to St. Louis. just the thing for sdirts which Engineer Georgo Aaron lias gonu to Danville to accept n position as en we will hell at n big discount. gincer on tl0 Edgar Cherry. All 50c goods go at39c Work Is progressing excellently at All 25 goods go at 1 8c. the marine ways and that locality is l'nncy check linens worth 3jc at present tho scene of much intlm- try. will close at 20c be c!o:cd All aoc orKniiditS-wil- l The Ashland City arrived hero late this afternoon out of the Tennessee, at 2.tc: 20c wasilt goods KcVor 2 'v c, nnd leaes on her return to Dani'l tomorrow at noon. for n few will 1 CHECKS $H.DIEHLScSONS t u 310 Broadway. Phone 310. ,r5 "4 P.FJ.ALLY Holiday j3roceries, Fnilt Cake Materials, E ' lfKADoVvKTKUS FOH s" IU li A brand new wheel in addition to the new texas and numerous other repairs which she has undergone this summer, Is being put on tho City of S ivannnb. HOME-MADcoutimn days only; so conic early if you want choice of bargains. Above TelepnonetllP. quotations arc onlya few prices that will interest yit. Call on ip, This sale Freslbruanned.Goods, &c. LARD A SPECIALTY. Cor. nml Trimble 8t. Work is making rapid strides on r, tho big City of 0ccoln. which Is at present on tho cradles at tho wn)s undergoing extensive repairs. The Geo. H. Cowling was very late lu leivlng for Metropolis today, owing to her laying at Island creek for several hours this morning taking aboard a large iron shaft. As Mioii as tLcre is sullicient water in the Tennessee the steamer, City of Cliatta looga, with n tow of barges, will go to Sheffield nftera tow of iron. C'apt. Emery Voight will do her circular work. FREE A HANDSOME " FREE E. GUTHRIE & GO. It 15 Hrondway Vhoiiu lSfl. Rocking Chair -- AT- lu the end Kentucky will be treated to her share of oilkcs. The ONLY. f- yP0EI AIT'S. - 1 FREE TO OUR CUSTOMERS : office-seeker- s, disai-poiutme- nt TWO (.WEEKS MORE DRY QOODS, FINE SHOES FURNIblT&G office-seeke- any-man- y EDLEN'S LP JOHN J. DORIHN, FrBERGDOLL, Bottling r- Mc-ilinl- ej n 'I Slaughter Sale Paddcah Co., BEER( Of St. Loui s. -' chrMrzu,'" ,0. Telephone 101. r i.e-i-.i- d. - . - J. t wr S. T r WaHlJapci Window Shades. GREIF, Cdelen, . liVilliVIAV Ed. D. Hannan, Plumber. - fy c 11 citizens' savinjjs mi u- s-- BANK, ToJ-du- , m i I etn-p'oy- ed Rose and & Paxton Howell, D.D.& Mc-Kinl- ey .....' 1 well-kno- s't re-or- ts Insurance acNi 1ST iiicoii-cipient- ul ro-coi- GaltrHouselB, SSS.'SXr Sat-urn- iJS t . ' . "Certainly." The Mezioan called threo bell boys ' maamm .'l at once and in short order a huge Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louii In a bathtub tho Palmer, chunk of ice was afloat Col. ChM. Ilecd, of Railroad. full of cold water. Fernandas rein speaking of the execution of two ranuoAii ard muring nmsioi. CHURCHES. mained in tho bath until Ike chunk of OUTn BOUND boys from Marshall county at Black Cnimririj C iltuband Street Church (Methodll)-il- un ico was melted. am I'Ui L.Y Paducah. 91 land, Miss., for deserting during the m 9 reaching II X inn Ar Pirla it oi) tm "Well, did you enjoy yourta! day school at (' a M. I'almer, pastor. a. in and 7 p.m. Itev 7 a PDI Hollow KockJnnct on. id pra sold yesterday : war, i.M f2rm.n ulmn fcYrnnndeg SrtF pm 910 pu llurkft Cliapel. ?t. and Ohio (liVtrjodl.it) Sunlinxltuitoa forget ,,,, inu JMijm 10 it pm "I'll n m. I'rmchlng jackaon .,,, Go. The never rather that execution. poared at the counter looking as cool day schoolK.tl M. ilurk, pantor a. m and 8 p. 3 W pin, m Iter. ,.,,. OUatn I.T. Jaekaon , .. boys, for they men, or 0 cu m TUlptn Ar, Memphli . . Waxhlngton Mreet llaptlit Churcb. Sunday a (Bpra Ulpin were mere boys, were screaming and as cucumber, for a while, but tho ernooi v a in. rreacnuig ep m iter ueo, Nubrllte anufactarc and Dtalera In 1 Muni IHlDI Chattanooga,, W. DupMi, pastor. "It was good crying whlln the preliminaries were ,... 8 05 am t 06 nm AtUnu the water got so Seventh Street llaptlnt Church. Sunday and I'll lell you It ice melted and then BOCHD NOnTII being nrranged, up Steain'Eneihttrflollars, f had to coqe out," replied Dr. .rnoniva in rrrjimni,, u a. m ana a IRara 3 00 pin iter, w Uiker.paitor Lt. AtUuu was hard (enough to have to wutch hot I 8 10 nm Upm Chattanooga hi I'aul A M K. church Hunday ecboolVa Fernandez. )m 4 01 pin m., preaching Ham 1:Mt in., Her. J. O NashTllle . HousrFronts. RMI Machinery such a scene. I would have been on inn 2 BJftam Memphli etauford, pastor the detail that flrod the shots that 6 uau KM pm ArlJackJon K 10th A Trimble Ht. James A 15 pm uupm Islington The following gives tho names of streets Sunday M. church, Preachings ended their lives had it not been for And Tobacco lyC rows, urass school at 2 pin., Aio pm U pm LTMxlncton .... pm , Iter j u Stanford, pastor. pm M pra He was as towns in other states : 7M the states Dr. llrooks. anil Irfln FU gB. UMlltlgS Ar Hollow Kock Junction. t Sunday sou RAILROAD TIMK TAHLKS. n.n in rn Katabllahed 1858. Incorporated 1881 WRITTEN AT RANDOM. COLORED Johnson DEPARTMENT. hnImb m I HE 4 IA A and , . I 1 VJM A Macti ine 11 ol A 11 A ll K ArT 1ft Thejnd of the summer selling season is liigh and we find ourselves etterCsteceorTnan we care to be during July. Therefcre, beginning on Monday, July 5, at 8 a. m., we A I m tralaa dally. Through train ami cat Mrrlc between Pa- 1AI)UCA1I, ducah and Jackaun, Mempbla, NaahTllleaad Chattanooga, Tonn. Clnae connaotlou tor Atlanta, U., Jacknunrhle, FU , Washington. Ilaltlraore, Philadelphia end New Yark, atd lb Bontbeaat, and to Arkaoiaa, Taxaa aad all rlnU Uoutaweat. For further All taforraa-tloncallon Ar l'aducah Part (OAion lrm ordcrly-sar-gent- of 8 W am am of all kirjda. our company, and when or- Alabama is in New York and Wis. Kkntuckt. dered to furnish a detachment of men consln. he always took them from the comOn this occaspany alphabetically. ion I would have been detailed, but lie skipped miy name, and that is why I was not one to serve as military THALl UELLEii. Fine Made to and itioc VarfOvT d r. A.,Plmer ' fUTeachoul K. I'S. Uarnham. depot llnnm Moke Padacah Kt.. Padacah, Kt. agent, ,Mmhli.Tni A.J. Welch, Danley, U V and T A NaahTllla, Tana. V. A W. oraddras. I). u executioner." ILLINOIS CKNTRAL RAILROAD Pulton 100 pm 1145pm nspm xu am cu LTl'aducah 116 pra Btam J7 a Ar Princeton .. .. lWn IMam pm I as am lowattr Nortonrllle 19 am 8 ) pm Ontral city i III am II v.aiu Lt Central CI 17.,.. stoptn 4 It to am ArUoularllle ...1110pm 7 Mam 515 pm Cincinnati .... 8 Mam II Mam No&a 'iloisV Hucth UoCHD tiT Cincinnati . ,. It Nol IMpui a) pin BOS.tn TUftpra 130 am IouUtllli L Ceutralcity .. 8l6aui 10 49 pm I i pm NoriontllU ...Bllam 11 tl pm ISA pm Ar Paducah.' ... . itiopm I J am 604 pm I.r Paducah Itaipm I Ham A 15 pm Ar Paducah 1 I 1 U iouistilli ahd kUMrmi ditiiohi. Noam Hockd No W NoSiM No SI Tttpm MHm Drleana., 7 60 am sou am Mmibli 8 warn . SSTATEfHOTBIi. Arrultuc,. Lt Fulton ....... Ar alernphlx. . New Urlrana.. Nman and J04 carry Pullman buffet uleeptni cant aad tree recllulag Aatr car between i'lo clnn tl and New Urlean NoaWland auttrunaolld UtweenlClnclnuatl and New Orleans, carrying l'ullman buSei leepera. Train 304 carrlee Padnran 1iuimriueneeper a OOfI Skkvick. Pl u in Paducah union detwl at 9 p,m uireci connectloae ror all point fitu, wen, Wben you TUIt ht.y.ouln stop at aertb aud auulb Ticket ohm, Ilroadway nnder tbe I'almer, and at tbe union depot Col. John Van Culin is JubI back r Lovia DiTtaioa. IliioaiiWajr anii Walnut. from New York, Washington and a 8 804 Street cara direct to Hotel. aonm aouau. several eastern watcrinc places, where It 10 pm, lave 1'aducab Itrui loopm, 7t4Upm Arrlre Mrtropnlla.... In u. Iiiw been "llvlnc hi irh." " .. I 41 p in. n.0pm nranuburg 1 upm, umim the novcity fiARRY FWILUAMSOH, M.D. Washington he experienced zupm, ii.utp, ' Marion . I rip 111, elty of rubbing up against grcatnoss, " Car bond ale , - IMncknerrUI tWpm, I Mam hating met mostot the great men at 7il6pm, 7. If am St. boula ma ol the Capital. Tho great men were boutM aotran. x Aiitraluarunaally ,IU pm 7 W am tpra lltpm 8 7 7 U0 warn pin 10am Warn lOOrm North Sixth street is one of the most frequented in the city. All the hacks, wagons and other vehicles BrintQn--- B; sually pass over it en route to ana frtuu the denot, and just now its condition Is such that the street rolOtlleu Am. -- German Nat. Dank. ler oould do good work on it. In fact it could be used nowhere to better advantage. Whon in MlrmollH ) bvojj nlJJtt) The ice man, who was all smiles last week, is now distraught with disSpoclal ratos by tho pleasure. The cold wave ban had J1.50 n day. I) A. Hailkv, l'ropr. week. unmistakable effect on his business, Ilotwoon 1th and 6th on Forry fit. and fifty pounds of ice, left on the door step, will not resolve itself before the cook or porter arrives, into a mere damp spot during this sort of man, too, weather. 'J he soda-watis not bubbling over with satisfaction and happiness as lie was a few days ago, for with lh fall of the mercury there has been a very perceptible fall Room and Brnklasl, $1.00. In his trade. Hut then, as one solilll-quizc- tl European Plan, $1.00 Per Oay. yesterday, "it's nil in a (loou Meaix. Qood Koovts. Prepalrtng ot all kind neatly done at Keck liotujm priee. uitv iiiui 408 llrnawar iiii, Davis, AR0B1T "! -- The values will bo by all odds tho greatest ever offered Arizona ia in Louisiana and Neit. uouer, pastor in l'aducah. Shoes that are today matked $3.00 will bo braska. Kbent7.fr V 11. Church (United Itrel ihren sq , i. tn !l !, Ot )B ..nil nlinna Hint nrn ,i,, is in Indiana, Michigan, In Chrlitl. Scrricea hitndavuchool 8 3) a in Alaska I'reacblng 10 3U.1 in and 7 p. tn. Visitors to now $1.50 will bo 08c. Tho high cost ones will bo cut West Virginia and Wisconsin. tbe city and others cordially Invited to attend Churcb, bouth Tilth street, twlween Ohio and deepest nnd tho low price ones shorn of profit. $1.60 oxArkansas is in Wisconsin. Tennessee streets, Iter. J.s A. Woodward, ford ties for $1 ; small ones nt your own price. Kemem-bc- r California is in Iowa, Kentucky, pastor. tho sab- - begins Monday. July 5. Come. Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio COLORED LODGES. and Pennsylvania. MASONIC. Colorado is in Illinois nnd Texas. UMasonlc Hall 2S! Ilroadway, Third Floor. Delawaro is in Arkansas, Indiana, Mt McOreKor Lodge No 2 Meets every first ADMISIowa, Kentucky, New Jersey aud ThurHday evenlniln each month every Drst Ml Zlon Lodge No 0 Meets Ohio. V'ednedarevenliiir In each month. Meets every Florida is in Illinois, Indiana, Mas Susannah Court No 2, " DKALE"; IN i - fourtb Monday In each month. sachusetts, Now York, North CorollStone Kouare Lodge No.s Meeta every se cond Monday In each month na and Ohio. " school a so a. tn preaching, ll am and 7. n a., prayer service., Wednesday evenln BVli SOi Bunday school teachers' meeting Thurilay evenings. 7 3D all are corldlally tnvltU 8. Trimble Street Christian church ' w r will conduct a general CLEARING SALE that will set the tQWB-talking, c, Geo. Bernhard Paducah's Leading Sho Merchant, 306 Broadway, J. W. Moore, SION ST, JAMES HOTEL Rates, $2.0y Per Day. er 8T. JABIES HOTEL LiiriNi.LouU. mi. tuu " tui FlncknerTllle., ' Carbondale Marlon I'arker City Uraauburg ,... . , All 10 .11 45 oKpm, Mara W p m. 7 W a m Arrtre J'adacab train run dally. Klop tor meala-TbU la tbe popular line to ML, 1ouU and Chicago and all tnlnui norlb and wrat. p m Train leaving Padurab dally at A 15 baa tbnmgb l'ullman Palace Bleeping and tor tiU Loula Double bertb ratna, Parlor Car II 10: chair rate,7cnu ror fonber Information, reeerTatlooa, Uckrta, etc , call on or addrrei J T Donoran, O, T A., Palmer Honne, 1'aUucah, or A. U, lianaon. Ueneral Paaeencer Agent Chicago. MetrtolU . am It t4 pm, ti40an It (6pm, J 45 am 130pm, 0.00 am 4 8 una, m 8 00 a am. 1100 8i 8 inwr rrTm pm rntfi ician and "II" I our geon UfflrA I loure 7 Wy a.m., I to 3 p. m tLW Olllcc, No.l llroalway. A. S. dabSey, DE ;NTIST. Missouri St. L ig Railway LP courteous to him, and he reports that thev all chew Lactic Pepsin. Ho attended the funeral of the late Senator Harris, and wept at the thought of the Senator's loss in no longer being able to masticate Lactic Pepsin, which has not yet been introduced into Paradise. In New York Col. Van Culin was presented with a line South Ameri can Cactus cane, which is said to be the only one of its kind in the United States. Staple and Fancy Groceries, OH ODD FELLOWS INUKPRNUENTOItDKIt Odd Fellows Hall, s e corner 7th &. Adams. A acboolbo went to a picnic lost Household of Ituth, No 4S Meets first and Canned third Friday Saturday. It wasn't exactly a pic- Odd Fellows evening In each month at Colored Hall. tho city. nic ; it was really a day'B outing, nnd Paducah Lodce No Ijlft-M- eets every first Free delivery to nil parts and the schoolboy put in twelvo straight Odd third Monday lntach month at Colored fellows Hall. Cor. 7th and Adam 3 d friend, hours of It. A l'aducah I'.lrlarchs No 79 U U O 0 F lake shore, Meets every second Frldiy evmltii: In each who has a cottage on tho month at Colored Odd Fellows' Hall invited tho schoolboy and a number pint Grind Master's Council No 79. Meets to come out nnd every fourth Friday evening In each month at of his associates Colored Odd Fellows' Hall. ii make a day of it, and they went. No 23l-M- eets Western Kentucky When the schoolboy got home his every secondat and fourth Miesday evening In Physician and Surgeon. Colored Odd Fellows' Hall. each month mother asked him if they had a good Young Men's I'rlde Lodge No. 1783-M- eeta Olllcc 502 1 2 SSeventh St. eveiy second and fourtb Wednesday evening time. Itcsidencc 723 S. Sixth. at Hall over No. is! Ilroadway. "Splendid," ho unswered. UNITED IIIlOTIIEItS OF FMENDSH1I'. Offlcojlrjurs 7:30 to 9 a. m., 1:30 to 3 a great place to go. I got a blasted St Paul Lodce No 6.S Meets every second L--- "' p. m., fyio 8 p. m. High-Gradfourth Monday etenlnglu each mouth at thumb stopping a hot liner, and we andIlroadway, 131 No had lots of fun." Sisters If the Mysterious Ten, st The wounded thumb was soaked in S3 Meets tbe first Tuesday In each moLth at 131 Ilroadway. second Thurshot wuter and arnica, and while this (lolden Kule Temple-Me- eU day In each month, at 131 Ilroadway Physiciaikond Surgeon. was going on the boy told of the 333 U K. T. 777. Agent for the highest grades of Bicycles made. pleasures ot the day. Office 709 WahlDltWvstreet. I jleeta first and Ceremonial Temple No We aro prepared to offer 1896 Stearns for S5S.SO ltesldence ll HarrltonV "Yes," he said, "we bad lots to third Tuesday night In each month nm- - Hours. 8 to ID a. hi. 2 to 4 p. m and Don't fall to see our 815.00 Ovorlands and Rugbys best Uolden llule Tabernacle. No. 45, meets first 7 to 9 p. m. eat, and ice cieam for supper, and and third Wednetday nlghla In every month, on tho market, prettiest wheeLinado. we ployed baseball and Johnnie saral Tabernacle No 30 Meets second Don't fall to see our lino of wheels before buying. We tourth Monday nights In eauh month. Sharp got his little finger knocked n Meets aro tho only exclusive Bicyclq' house In the city. Madallne Tbernacle. out of joint, and Jim Pettibone got third Thursday nights InNo 2 month. first and each HAS OI'KNK i jC i Completo repair shop. Frae riding school to those buyhis nose smashed by a hot foul and Lily of the West Tabernacle, No OS. Meet, ing wheels from us. second and fourth Thursday nights In each we had dead loads of fun." month. Don't fail to call remember the place, tXhe corner of seventh nnd Trim- play baseball all the "You didn't Pride of l'aducah Tent, No. 5. Meet. Erst bl6. K 6w eikhI. new prices, indite time did you?" inquired the mother. Saturday afternoon In each month. second Saturday "No." be replied, "wo roweU on p btar of l'aducah Tent Meets qttjjKion. Fie. delivery m In each month. the lake and Jack Lurkms got six of Lllvof the West Tent. Meets third Saturday 120 and 128 North Fifth street, near Palmer House. the biggest blisters you ever saw, pm in each mouth.. Tent. No M. meets 4th Star of HelhBlehem lell overboard, Saturday afternoon In each month. and Joe Stray nearly and Wallie Smith tumbled from the FIRST-OLAS- S e GuWMthKlnds, FREE. RAMONA pi lst cxiSuErio. DR. Peoples Railway Co.'s cars run to the gate of the Park. Perlormance begins at 8:00 every night. e "It's Bicycles and W. H. NELSON Bicycle Suhdje William Thompsb NEW GROCERY Paducah Cycl Works, bank and sprained his leg, and we Just had a lovely tiino." "Youdidn't eat much, did you?" "No, I didn't; but Charlie Urown did, and Olive Jenks choked on a piece of banana, and we had to pound him on tbe back till he was black and lne From To KANSAS CITY, HT. OMAHA. PUKIILO. OENVr.t' And SALT LAKE. FAST TRAIN Ureal Tb rough KANSAS AND NEi (SKA LIMITED. Iron Mountain Route; Th WEST AtyP SOUTHWEST. Free ttoclinlng Cualn on All Trains. TO MEMrnlH Ttianniill COAOIlKl Dallas ahd For' Worth ror mapa. rate, tr-t- bo ki oa Tela. Ar moat direct tlo via Mcmpula to all jw5lnta in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS. .To. MArrilEWT.A.. fiiNisii ky CiBtinnlal aid Intimatimal Exposition. HASHTILLE, GHATTi (K006A LOUIS RAILWAY. & M. THROt (GH CAR ROUTE. FROM rO AND TKNNKKVAKVKKNTUCKV . KI..A ArTT.AcAwimAV"";" An interesting case is now before 406 BROADWAY. A prominent Justice Winchester. oting married lady of the west eud i is an warranted a few days ago for poisoning her neighbor's chickens. It appears, however, that tho prosecution is based merely on a misunderstanding of the facts. Tbe lady's husband claims that he put out ths All kinds of imperfection in loison for rats, and notified the a horse's tra el corrected neighbors of what be had done, in I Do Repair Worko( Every Kino, order that they iriglit keep their chickens at home. If this "be true, GuailXmtkkd Work the warrant will likely bo dismissed, Always on hantl rcadX for work. as there was no malice in the case. Some people, however, claim that the gentleman even had a right to go so far as to put out poison on his own premises for the sole purpose of killing the chickens should they enChickens croach on bla property. occasion almost as much unfriendliSolicitor of Pension Claims. ness among neighbors as the town IIo 1 thoroughly deteat people who Votoran of fqur--; tars in tho war ot cow. are fond of me. " e 186 65. She How perfectly sweet It must be world. peace ProsopouiB claims icforo tho Bureau Quite a number of Paducah people to be at Life, with all the -Ilrookryn of l'e iBlons. " are branching out as Bong writers. Toaoldlir. wldoanWeoldlern.nl the war ot The latest melody is one composed 4 MODERN OEOnGE WASUINQTON. Aclot War V'H-IW1 . Mealran July lew, lucreiof Peualon. t'ronipl and by Mr. Irvin S. Cobb, of the thorough attention glrrn to rrjxcd raaes and mnalonit dropped from the roll,ir anjr bul "News," and Prof. Willio Gilbert, nraa which tbey denlre transacted iH the N Houth-sul- o entitled musicjan, tlonal capital xbould write me or inre me a the call "Flv HiKh. You Uuuards!" It is quite catcliy, and may bo sung at one of the park theaters before tho REM season closes. Horse Shoeing TB pecialty. Miss Adia Wingo, of Dnwson, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Merriwenthcrs on Harrison street.., The invitations to the raarringe of Miss Mary A. Jones and Mr. Thos. W. Woods are out Miss Jones is tho only daughter of Mr nnd Mrs. blue." Wm. Jones, who live about three "Oh, its a splendid placo to go, miles from the city on the I. C. and I want to go again 'cause vte They will make their home in Louis had such a lovely time." ville. Miss Mattie CKcrstreet, of 429 4X rBACtt WITH KVEIIYBODT. South Scveuth street, is very sick. REMOVED ! SCIENTIFIC AND -RB- F-ftlRING BLftCKSMITHINQ HOKSBSHOEINQ XpLAllNDRY To No. 1 20 North Fourth St. New Machijytry ork. Satisfaction Guaranteed f. All work'guaranteed. w: GREIF, Court Street, bet. 2d nnd 3d. HENRY GREIF. J. $. GANSTER, what ou think of the other, leave J. W. YOUNG & SON soon, one for Nashville and the other for Washington, D. C, TELEPHONE 200. This Colored Dcparttneut is not ll lighting set apart for ground. You have been told this i Apr.NT ton time after time by the etlitor oi this paper, but still you persist in having d way and continue your to send your nonsensical items. I ! An advertisement in this column is worth just as much as an advertisement in any of tho other columns, EurnaceB. and you must expect to pay for it when you advertise. himfand'get estimntcs Call on All matter left at Mr. J. W. for heating your residence. Moore's or 115 Uroadwny will be Tin, Slate and Iron Roofer. promptly sent to press. 129 B. Thid St. free-for-abard-heade- John and Harry, two old comrades, that you can't see one but FINE DRIVERS AND SADDLE HORSES. Elegant Carriages and Turnouts FronrRaiffc 71 - MIS, Livery, Feed and Boardi TELEPHONE 148. JAS. A. GLAUBER' i Oor. Third and Washington. o Stable ia rHimnn ESTABLISHEDUPf 1864. Miss Mary R. AGENTS. T1ftPbone 174. .. -- E. Greif & Co. 0UT1I WITH A FL'TUIIU. r GENERAL INSURANCE . J Clarence Dallam IITTIE 1.1 ff3TA bublW vwtiZX. kt. Wnrmnrlv nt PADUCAH KY I IL.I. through btHVIV't PALACE York. on !(;v"T;'Dr itKSs;. Ciiatta IIAI.TI' ami Nnw Ubllp . e ( AttofneyaMaw loy!llle Building. -. -- con. nd MrMI'HIS.makiug nwllon at M KM I'll 18 with all llrft U and from ilRKANSAU TEXAS and SoJtHWKiT. and Naii PULLMAN Hetween Pawn Broker and Loan Office. Maria MONK)TCTIXAN SLEEPING KDixiA, .., T CArta Hu' 8owwn t vm-- NAKllfiM.a. orXl, valwahlks. hd Filled Case PhllaJvliibta U'lHlilNMTON. Aaiia We nro ovcrstockou on Ladles' and Nanhvllle And Atlauta. Maoon and Tltlon. ii. durlnc waiHin 'round Ala tbalumA Jaksuulile, Qont's Solid Gold rrrot all point ") Keduced lUtetffrom Waahyll Sale le aud IbU line at counettl.-i- f during the conllnifnM pf the Tfiin. Saturn 1 InternJl""' an turther intormatlun,cAll Uua Ticket ge nt or addrww. rvr.llRBION riCKETS Watch.es... All tho Htandard mnkoB of movo-ninnt- a and castw. Also a blc lot of Silver Watchesl (JmiH, Plutols, Musieitl Instruments, aho tho prices wo will uiako you. Wo enrrv n irood lino oh OlothliiK, nonta' Furnis llmrs. Hatl. Shoes Trunks, ValUeg, 1'luying CirdB, Dice, Wo buy all our Koodsnt orood sales and buy Btrlctly ftir cnsliaiul can al every lino. wns give jou bargains Money to loan on nil vnluables. KIlt". R. C. COWANOIN. Wrfrn I'an. Agt., oj Ky. lUchange llldg.. Sr. bouia, M A. J. WELCH. Agt.,UlKurm. Tnnf UlWilon !. j.m ....! I a ........ .. ""i..... and TW..Lii' arlllll I. ee aa W. L. DANLCV.t TaM Agt.. Nauix ftlJtrua l.i.ml J iiuaon .a. ., ill. Sfar I oa. f it is," remark-c- d a motoniinn yesterday, 'Mmt there is nothlug that makes a man madder than to ask him to pay his fare, especially if lie has already done it aud the ticket Muck in tho faro box so it could not bo seen." Tho knight of the brake and key had Just come near having to display his muscle to otie of these fractious passengers who resented the inquiry if ho had dropped his nicklc "I'oor manl How did jou lose the It N fact, too, that It light of your eje?" in the slot. Plck-Me- very an- "Looktn' for work, n.eml usually loes make a person many tunes uecuusu u juatoj up. nry, him in a very awkward predicameut BTIU'CK. A HNAU. before tho other passengers. In tnosl instances, however, it develops that jn faut, as ho has i he inotorman js fulled to llml, or to count correctly, the fares in the bin, mm fte-VHkfVRRRSBwfifc TTrr- 3V C VfTa.II IlKInOrT' m".! Tfcil!" uJfl.. vL 'HfjKIIMVLaajfea .'BMfcUSMKinr .5- ..JUiiATSir. ' a Ji3JrIJkB "tniixiu - "I don't know why "Jimmy, fur tie lotoo' beaten, wliut tins you k .We?" llfcl I "IIunIiI Not n rtinl, on uliatcil our old bill.t front nnd fetrljw liim Ulin wl.l bind., an I'm him fur a lnlr totvn tcrto try nn' sell tmihcuin!" mmo .lune hornod ilim ,. fidelity and f'.wiualir (' J Johu tlte., V ,1 KIdefily Trual and rrquit.iDKi i.ie A.suraia e aociciy, mimk, nmnrrirey .t uyie. LOOIBVILLE ' : ' V. Co ZlrA'MTv"Tfi- - I B Messrs. Miur & Muir. jit tadiicah Mn-fiT 1 Kitluml liunh. linn It'll rv lluruett 'I Mern. (julgli-- i. tJ'iiiJly y Haducali Water Co. ptducah Strtst lUh iiayto. V . yi - i;J -- 1UIM I. MtlnB. -I- 'll 'i.Ii-lo'i'- "- - 8E&&L vi il cS55 ever Top 103 S. Second, noxt dotr to Lang Bros Ben Micliael, Jr. 5lSSdTrd?MrtaSneaod conducted for MooiaaTt SJSSnSSSOftSs ESfJES ass, H 4itrarH.lR-Wa.bfo.- too. cm t)r It lit du Addrtu, Waa2.W'th ,"- -" CA.8NOW&CO ... a xiTn '', r.y'K'i01, Mhy iUrVU' . fc .fKr ,, till patent .. . nn . U. S. and toeiga tountno Wo'ni iilwava tho Itat tn ahn OMH BXPIRIKN0I. FALL STYLES In all the lal Thev'rt' in u designs and colors ready for your inspe. Ainn. ' Whiskey has a very dlsastro.is on some men. The other day a prominent gentleman, while eclebrnt ing. had n couple of friends out with him. He was Just hilarious enough to be mischievous, and whenever uic erowil would call for drinks, he would pick up tho glasses ono at a time, lash the contents on his friends, pile the glasses on top of one another and Dunk O'Steer mt Soott, Sklnnerl ou brokol I always t'oupht jer mia stepping back knock the wholo thing .lnwn with a stool to see the glasses tie sllckcct feller In tie biz. Wot kinder He would thon pay for the rqiiH! i)ld jt?r ro up n?nliit? break Hkinner Do Hlmrp (wdly) No patne damage wrought aud repeat the per t all. Juat took mo wife to a oliurcli fnriiinneo. fair, tlat'a all. Chicago Trlbtuie. His fun cost him n good round riTK Til 12 I'OOIl MAN. f "dough," ,iim. hut he had plenty anjl seemed to enjoy it. ct-fe- et iS!J?. Vt "'.o j,wi ItrWKiJtA to' t bt 4n ..iiSC ur4w'''tS,a tet .? T .ttEY altd UMarA 1U&W && 5t..,7e. ltltstt tW tiS$V r,.uji.:.. TVe(C aWkflA el '.;. it. bi . cVtnn rv. IX t . " , l iW th! linticli that Is useful Jb ttastoil. Ths oliarpe. of oirelewmeiHs In innnufacturo gocnis straiiRe in leiv of the fact that most of the $30,000,000 invested in oil manufacture is northern INCORPORATED capital, and the m(nn,t'n nro northern men. d i.I;k of C'utit.ttx 'S. TIioso who hate intidt a Si i1; t lJn proper motlioils for I In tcirHi cirilt vutionof vottoiiocrdrlu'lii Hint If ioxr (tppiratus wore Introduml in the notitli tbe taluo of tlit- - pnulueo ro.d.l eimll Uo d.iiibled, tlian nnd rcieli not $100,000,OUO iiiuiiKilly, nn amount equal of the cotton crop itelf. to onc-tlilts It Is, the procehses in the mnnufacturo of cottonseed oil are tory ertulo, and t r maiiiBBiiniPnam mm CiiiBiiMHMlc"lalltBHi,r!rTTr?TLfW -- nB H fi'iiJLT-Juar-- i, MV4V4WaB4n': - - ir99BiVHkKnS5Mna?aiGSaWuMii "ivivivivlilivflHHHIHIHiBKHI mh LP .iriivBV4V4V4V4i4iaBivaBHiviHMivvaHBBr,:e; ! ,- .Zm 1 I .KtM UOiUlaiI jr BhMK.MH &. " -- 1n rv J .. I ' m&f. il (WTff .rtAUkVtku vyr' lts Manufaolwutc d Dealers in- - Steam Engines, Boilers, House Fronts, Mill A Machinery, etc. PADUCAn.EY-- ,, r.-- IZ3& A 2VW . i. :i. !l at1 KXCUUSIONS. itffltw ifftC i i Lt c,:evw dtn m, ..ol CtJVV dtt "' . ?rV tin". uttVJ .u!r. i:r w Finest lino ot City of Mexico, to Clerk Green, of TMADI MARKS. the Laclede Hotel, according to the DISIOHS. in tuo city, St. Louis "Hepuhlio " OOPVRIOHTI o. Havoyou seen tho latest? rtHth and deaerlptlon nur We don't hae them," said Mr. .V,5,rtiln7fea,i.h.tb.ranlnTUonilj .incur r.K.urlntbl. fuomnjunioaiiqna nataata A YARD OF FACES. Green sympathetically, as he noticed eney fnr Menrln 6ntt4entlaL7 Wabtnton offloa. the crcat beads of perspiration mmm tSZXtuZ VSSJ,r Prioes Eoaaonablo for GOOD work. trrmiiliii' down the Mexican1! face "Obe uiarried to "film 1 nroMilo uiimco water oaiu 80IENTIFI0 WEMOW, inyself ?" inquired the doctor, as be "Whom; do you L. P. BALTHASAR, to mop his faca with a I " UMU ailUfT, ' PM lit-- Uukbantl. MliaiN A CO.. 'i38 B'way, Under Paliob IIocsk fresh handkerchisf. jtll Ilreadaai. Now Varh. i "f-5- Picture Mouldings l'lriise fix mo up an loo water Imth," M Dr. Fernaniltz, of the t vPtJSS- Via Illliuds Ccntrnl Itutlr ml l)u, . Int; Mnyi Juno nnd July. Tho Illinois Central Kailroad Company will sell round trip tickets to Willrfurnish LighU and Power forlfans, as follows points and on dates nniiieil below : Nnshulle, Tenn., Tennessee Ccn-lu- i nial and International Exposition, 20c liuly until October 30th, 13.85 ;good for sevtn days to return. $1.60v Chattanooga, Tcuu., 11. Y. 1. U. D. B- July 13th to 15th, good returning until July 31st, ono fare. lliiffnlo, N. Y., G. A. It., August EUBANKS, OR. 20th nnd 22d, rate to bo announced Gen'l Electfeic Light and Poer " Thirteoiuh Co. ,1 s. 4 ,'J jfc-- Store Lights Residence Lights 25cpermonth. SION,:8upt. twot, botwoon street 1). O. Current tor Fans WC. n later. For further information in regard to any of tho above, apply to ticket agents I. C. It. It., or L- -. The Ardmore, PonnHylvanla, fivonbo nr.tl F IIUAKKOPATIIIST, onic mililenceH j ;. Teleplioue I I'M I4 telephone Northwist, iAZlk--- E. iplU aouiebody, know?" fUl . wwno Marlem Life. Ibe-llra.- HOUSE ANDIGNi PAIKIER AM) llAllllwilClJ Telephone 1 I A. 11. llANiOK, G. V. A , Chicago, 111, V. A. Kellonu, A. G. 1 A., Louisville, Ky. A. G. V. A., St. Louis, Mo. J. T. Donovan, C. A., l'aducah, Ky. 'O S. WA'SHINOTpN, European. $1.00 and'ua 0. C. MqCaut, raor.?rn:ftK (1iiainin(I.Kai.souinn(). OUAZ1NO IMnlll I. ,ir.u-mde- V ., ? JUilleucuMJa-iirtt- . 4 lUucoau, KT Flret-clae- s family Hotel. No Hduors. Con vonlent to cara nnd places o( inter est. Most contr.il location, andtelea 120 S. FourtUl(oui No. 2. sight-ee- In all the court ot the stale ant norao ior vourists anu will timrtln Collection oi cUltus l rouilly atti UUoU 10. V.X.SlAlAJPf' Moit7. -t HfoPER, ATTORNEY- - AX LAW, L, 1 American, $1.50 2.50 A ( ,'j& ki LsaT . K Your AdVer tbehvnt Readies the Careful Buyer IF IT'S IN THE SUN yT& ViK f 4 JULY 13, 18!)7. HALL IS PARALYZED, aJ '" "l-- ''Jr 'Ir'g " flBPWTvrH The Paducah PADUCAH, KENTUOKYUESUAY, hero. The forenoon session was do voted to nddrcssca of welcome. The fricaris'Or L. J. Crawford, of that ho is galmng ground In his candidacy for l'rosl- deut of tho League A Das y Cannot Walk. 4'i TOLUME 202 l Sun We handle-only Advertising is the Motive Power to Business. DON'T STAND STJLL. TEN CENTS A WE&K DRUGGED AND ROBBED. HOSPITAL7 DIRECTORS, T Important Mectingjol M4n SNOWSTORM! Clioniic 'llierc Whh in Jo) Larkin 8ufTersrt the Huuds Wlint of a Stranger, WHOSE DINNER HE Big Kail-roa- d (i Indiana. HELD Snow fell Munclo, Ind., July 13 yesterday ib this county, and tho BOUGHT. phenomenon ta Balil to no unequaueu in tho mcniorvof tho oldest inhabl THIS AFTERNOON. I tanl. Say8 the Cattae and The ScoiuulrclNDruKKcU HI" MAIL CAKKIEKS FltOZUN Met u ltobbcd iiim 'f LARKIM SENTIII6ME TO CmCWNATI. Illl'urd' While Assistant MunugcrGUlenNc, Supt lliiralinn. Major Kemp, Going to Winton. of Washlncton. be did not turn over any money. He had re ceived several hundred dollars of guarantee rnonrv DUt up by tho clubs, which is unaccounted for. The statement is made by those who know tho facts that with the exception of Vomica! none of the clubs have made expenses." President Einstein, of the Padu-ca- h Association, was asked how much truth there was In tho above, and replied that there was no danger of the league breaking. Tho only grounds for fear, he said, were ou account of tho Evansvillo club, which hasoow passed Into good.responsible handstand has excellent backing. GOLU-UUG Victim of a FloberTlJ Rubber Hose. good hose, of recognized quality, Has Itccovorcd Ills Sense, However. -- Suttcrlleld Still In .lull. Ed Hall, thVcoiorcd boy who was accidentally shot in tho head by u flobert rifle in tholiauds of Luko Satterileld, colored, two wes ago, Is paralyzed on one slito of his body. Ho is ilowly recovering, and talks rationally, hut has lost 'the uso and control of his bodv from paralvsis. Tho ball lodged in In brain, and has never yet been extracted. Satterflcld Is still' in jail, and has been there ever since the alleged accident. Tho case against him was called in Judge Sanders' court this morning, but Hall was unable to nt-t- o d court, and it was postponed until next Tuesday, a week from today, when some disposition will likely bo inado of it. It has never been thought that tho shooting was done 109-1- 17 intentionally. COLOREO which we sell at the very lowest prices, ranging fromi)c per foot up. The best hose in tlifi nifcv " ' s fnrv - J 12c -- CONVENTION, Do you need a Lawn Mower? We laNku. and OtllOTH In At Port To wflsend, Wash., July 13. News horeached hero of the death from coldof thrto mall carriers while en route I to Alaska. They wero frozen to death. Hunk tendance. Indorsed the Indianapolis Platform at Smltblnnd. can sell youiiefor j$2. the naino or mo i L.rkln young man who was found half dcad at Scycnth and Hroadway yesterday afternoon from something like an epileptic flt. Hi homo it lu Cincinnati, and he was evidently drugged Just lili discovery, ' half in 'WTV tmnaled In the euttcr Tim aeniational thfeory of hydro phobia, advanced hi tho morning Larkin paper, la entirely Absurd. atated to the Si'nAuIs luornlng that tho only foundation for It was the fact that he was bitten on the hand by a dog live jcafs ago, ami takeu to Springlleld, O.,' where a madstoiio was applied. He claims to have fallen in with a stranger 3 cstcrday about noon. The atrangcr asked him forhc price of a meal, and he declined to furnish him with the amount, but offered to pay for the meal, knowing that the muu intended to )cnd it forwhiskey. Ho had about 18, which bad been paid hliu by tho 1. C. railroad for work douo with a bridge ga'ng. Larkin says he apd tho strange man went to a restaurant, the location of which he was unfamiliar with, (wing a atrauger hare, and ordered Ik 1 Failure In Now York. Jiilv 13. New York. Howell Hanking today. HON. Tha Decker ompany assigned J. KHENDRIGK Will AUentllToniorrow's Conven tion As a Delegate. The orinen OniKrcssinaii Sup ported Bryan for President Hut Is Nov for hound I Moiiv al . dinner. lie remembers nothing after drink Inn pud of coffee, except that ho canie blinded, ar.d was soon al most in a frenzy. lit remembers nothing that occurred during the In iHm after drinking the coffee, and recovering consciousness at the city hall. All his money was taken be fore Officer Jones found him ami had him sent to police headquarters Larkin never had an attack of epi- lattav in his life, and says he is con fldeut tho man bo befriended drugged him for the purpose of robbery, He lcavas this afternoon for and will be assisted part of ih f !.v thecltv. After the theory of hydrophobia was starioil last night Larkin was locked up, ml this morn ing was greatly amused at tue pro ceediugs. Cin-Hnn- LYING IN,STATE. of today The 'Courier-Journsavs: Uciateil news from Livlnirstou county gives another surprise for the I lie lou. Jolin K. Hon-dncsilvcritcs. who served the First district in Congress until thl year, and who supported Mr. Itry n for President, will attond the Democratic state convention tomorrow n a delegate. Mr Kcndrick was on the comimtteo on resolutions iu the Livingston count convention bit .VitUMluy, mid the true ring which they Imvo, ns muy be sien in another, part of this column, shows his aruestness in Hie e cause of honest money, and Democratic principles. Mr. Hendrick hasaUas been a sound money man, but hating participated in the convention preliminary to thonomiualiouof Mr. llryar ho siipKjrtcd tho Chicago nominee. He is a valuable tccruit to tho National Deojicratio party. One by one tho Democratic leaders In the state are taking un the fight, and coavetrtion will contain Inscores of the inm piomincnt. formation has been reeiud by Secretary Carroll that the convention willdeelop sacral other surprises iu tho way of rccru'ls f.om leaders One in who supported Mr. Hryau. particular from; Western Kentucky and nnothc frm Eastern Kentucky. k, old-tim- The Funeral of Senator Harris lo Senator Hairls is today at the tirst Juewiouisi cuuiuh, guarded by the Confederate l Vet-rau- ADJUi'Ur.l) INSA N I- - Occur Tfcl Afternoon. dlic k.son m-.- i,i. .inlv la. The body of And row 1K te lu;re lliljjinau Order iilto tho Aijliim. s, Tho remains have hi en lea id 03 thousands of people. At 4 o'clock the funeral ceremonies will commtneo and the Interment will take place nt Klmwood. Those who will take part in tho services or tlio funeral procession In character an olllcial or iuclude representative of tho United States uovcrnment, the tSoveruor of mtu and his staff, hiqu state ti. nnd rriirchciitaiivcs of tho ..niMnl ini1lnL business and professional City Slid till r,T.nl7ntinna of semi-oUlci- county. 1UU KOIIBEIY, Andrew .lockxoii Hngiuan, who cstcrday afternoon was brought i rner section nud from the Clark tried for liiimov l tho court house, was adjudged St uiifound mind tiud orderel to tho asylum. Iu his statement to tho court lie said that a man named George Car roll wanted tel marry his daughter, but ho objected on account of her age. Carroll iJoards at John Terry's, ond his daughter, was there Sunday, and he went nflerher, thinking she He attemptwas not iu good hahds. ed to shoot Terry wiilo there. Denutv Jailor Grbdv was depu tized to take IMUI ur Hopkinsviile. urigman was carried away uy uio denulv JaiUr at 8o'clock this morn Says ing- - Tho sound money Democratic convention at Smlthland Saturday was NOUS OF INTEREST OF THE I. C. well attended, and Hon. John K. Hendrick, from this I distnctjprcsiucu: , v Tho resolutions aapptcd indorsed the board of direcA meeting the principles enumerated at the is in progress this afternoon at tors vx convention. tho Illinois Central railroal hospital. Mr. iHendrick, John Grossman, is the regular1 quarterly meeting, It Chas. Hutter, and D. P. HallWc and is well attended. appointed delegates, and leave ) toSupt. W. J. llarahan and Itoud-mast' night for Louisville. A. T. Sabin arrived at noon from JouisvlUc, aud Conductor John TOMORROW Whecdou, wlio is also a member of tho board, stopped off his regular run, uud will re Jrn tonight. Assistant Manager Gilleasenud Super- MeKinley Sends in His Financial intendent Kemp arrived from MemMessage. phis on the 2 M5 train. Thero is uo business of unusual significance t6 come before the Will Also Kcvoko the Pension Orboard. der of Cleveland. The report of another big addition to the 1. C. shops hero, enabling the Washington, July 13. President company to build the llncst coaencs, is without foundation. While such MeKinley will send his financial mesUu nn improvement would bo a great sage to Congress tomorrow. it is not contem will also revoke tho pension order of benefit to tho city, Cleveland, and will name a big batch plated. Mark of consular appointments. i Assistant Yunlmastcr Hob Mc- - Hanna 88)8 the reportHhat he has Conn Ins sujlieiently reuered from moved to the White HouVe to live is He is noy jet presiIn j recent illness toresumo work. unfounded. dent. Cliief Kuineer John F. Wallace, CONTRACT ItX'I IFIED. of tho I. C, alio has held his otllco since 18H2, has tendered his resigns-lio- n to take effect Augi'st 1. He The .Sewerage SjHtom Covenant does this to become president and Made Today. general manager of tho Matchlcson Alkili Works( at Providence, It. I. council met in called session The 2 o'clock this afternoon to con A St. Louis diver and a force of at tho sewerago coutrnct, awarde section men under rverseer Wilker-mi-ii sider at the last meeting to Mr. Linn arrived at HrooMu yesterday to Lite, of Chattanooga, Tenn. begin the work of improving tho big The members present were: Coui . is in need of double iucline, which oilmen Williamson, Farloy, Binch- repairs. Koteleiter, Kirchi-f- t leff, Llebel, , Mr. Pat Kilcoyne and"6rido, dm" Bell and Starks. The mayor read his call, setting Miss liridget CurUlnger, of Fancy Farm, have returned from their bridal forth as tho object of the meetiug, tour toJChlcagp. Mr. Kilcoyne will the ratification of the sewerage conresume worlron the I. C. next week. tract, tho allowance of several bills, and tho purchase of elccUcal sups JcrAvv is quits ill. Dis plies. patcher Frauk HooTcr is working for On motiou of Mr. Hell, the coun him. cil ordered the purchase of an addir tional dynamo, for the city plant, to "THE tlYPftY QUEEN." cost 700. Officer Crow's salary, $50, wns alGood Purforihjanco at the Casino lowed. His name was.omitted acci Lust Evening. dentally from the pay roll last meetThere was a largo crowd at Casino ing. Mr. John T. Donovan was allowed Theater lastighl to witness the first presentation oN'The Gypsy Queen," $39 on pauper account, etc. Mr. Lvnn White, who was award a romantic drama in four acts. ed the sewerage contract, offered as The play war one of the best yet produced bylliis popular oorapauy, his security the Fidelity and Deposit TOc Company, of Maryland, the amount and was fully appreciated. scenery ami mecnanicai euects wero of bond being $35,00(1 The contract was .then read by ety tine, especially tho storm in the laU act, in winch real water is used Mayor Yeiser. WlltinkMBnn mm'Afl .iinn!tama ,n vimiiuiliuiftu niiimujauuuiuivu .lint for the rain. In weird scenes city ratify the sewerage contract, and The play abpunds and romantic situations, nud is ono that the major bo authorised to sign with which tho intelligent, apprecia the same, which was adopted by a tive audicuco'was more than pleased. vote of 8 y eas to 0 nays. I GEORGE N.Third-s- t jOHAEr& 303-3- 07 i SOU Broadway i ri. Hardware and Stove Company; INCORPORATED er ANAKCHISr .V t Threatened to II low Up Smith Scott'H Tohn'cco 1'nctory. 1 iii Milton Hall probably has the dis Unction of being the only colored anarchist in Ameritu. Ho is the man who threatened to blow up Smith & cstcrday Scott's tobacco factory morning because there was no work for him. He stated to Judge Sanders In the police court this morning that he had lived in Louisville $J jears, aud had worked for the Pinzej llros.' tobacio firm at that place tor 22 voars as a twister, stemmer anh wrapper. He oamo here a cotiplo of weeks ago from Cairo, and has, woiked at odd jobs since ho came, having helped a day or two at Smith & Scott's. esterdav for When he applied work ho found tha there wjs no for him, ami became very insolent towards Mr. II. II. Scott, He said e one of tho proprietors would blow up the whole establishment, nnd if he couldn't work there nobody should. Mr. Siott believed him crazy, and had Olll 'er Sutherland arrest him, Hall said today that he knew nothing about dynamite, and never saw or handled a piece of it in Ins life. He said when he referred lo blowing up the house, a Free Mason wolud know what he meant. Ho also said that women had no right to work in tobacco factoitcs, and In fact said enough to coflViuce Judge Sa'ideis The latter his mind was unbalanced. said about , the best disposition to make of Hall was to have Mavor Yeiser sliiif him to Louisville. Hull beeanio very indignant when Judge Sunders said he was crazy, aud said hey'd send him to no asylum, as he owned a house and lot in Louisvillei and had nothing but sense iu his. head. 1 tP:rsSs: Our Shoes Are like pretty women: All Stop to adrrrire them. tuBi--l &1N r m. .atii lHR''l jr a f ! TraiaRock & Sof Geo. ii nl Fhe Green, Ox Blood and Chocolate in Oxfords and Lace are beauties, and the beauty is, the pri: ces are so low everybody is buying them. Have you tried a paitr If not, call in and get a pair. tit' ly u'Uauwuyi 3' U,J.,.. -- 11 f?tes2&m2!Ps We HaveJust Received from in Baltimore SOMEN ew crash Which we are still selline at-s-- SUITS, Patterns 3 Nlfclv CKCEDE. Commits The .Miilti-.Hlllional- IS 1 y- Sidcidc Col,1, July 13. Nick Crcede, Crecdc.owner of ICroedc mining camp, committed and a suicide today t escape his wife, from whom he has? separated, nud who threatened reconciliation. e, S4.50 B-MrVeille sr SOLD BY OTBLER HOUSES AT $6.00. centra! league shakey OF CONSUMPTION. HiiridiirA (Jot In Their Work at GAMESIEU'S WANTED. iuanviiic. Maysville, Ky., July 13. Burg, tare made a big haul In this city last uight. Five stores, twoolllccs and a barber shop wero entered and wero Hoods to tho amount of $3,000 taken. As yet no arrests have been inado. Warrants Issued Against n Half Dorcn. Willie Dnnlap, 'Oabe Fletcher, Allen Itogcis, Leo Herry, Davo Smith, Miko Matthews aud Allen Glvens, U4SS SVS H1V colored citizens with itt 11 Mdf Fri Inn dulcet rattle of IIIU xlicc, wero war- " ranted lost night by IJudgo Sanders ON TO WEST VIRGINIA. ' (rnn.flliootinir. for Fletcher and Sin'l i picadcu gmii) Efforts Halnjr Made to l)cpontc this morniug and w ro lined vw nun week. Tho Kvansvillo club Get Out the MlucrH. costs each. 1 he other defendants closing is iu a bad way and although a Arm are still at largo. l'arkersburg, W. Ya., July 13. of merchants yesterday took tho reTho leaders of tho great coal miners sponsibility of its maintenance it is HAS FORGOT TEN. I . ,l. strike aro making groat cfforU to got ..! I. .!lVl, to join the tho West Virginia miners bresont series Keinobibors Notlilntr league longer than the strike Orators and' agitators and John Dillon Tho Kvausvillo of home gauic of Uio lobl;ry. money liave becu sent td tho miners, elub was under tho control of Simons, will is thought that tho inluers Owinir to tho absence1, of Hon. K. who was president of the league, from nt work W. Ilagby, the defendnnvs attorney, which position he retireU a few weeks tho case against Jolin Ulliou, liie ago. When he turnedover tho afKENTUCKY'S FIUST charged with breaking Into fairs of tho league ho abandoned the CIIIEl MUSI ICE K. H. Harbour's Inst Saturday, did homo club. Tho Torre Haute direcnot come up for trial heforo Judge tors say there Is nn accounting yot to Ster-Hnj- ;. I Sanders today. bo made with Simons'.and they will Suld to Jc Djlutf'ln Mt. Hu suu on his boud, from which he has Dillon was remanded to jail. nrofesses utter Ignorancaof anything bceu tr) ing to bo released, n hen e in stnrlinir. Kt., July 13. that transpired on tho moriilng of tlio Qi,rri,iliirl tho lirinka of the consoli Judge I'eters, KeutucUy'ji llrst chief robbery, owing to bis maudlin con dated position ofl'rcaident, Trcasur-- I justice, la ujwg ai u m" ditioti. er nud secretary lo his 8uccessor,Dr. city. SMALL STKIKI "Globe-Democrat.Ind-.lwl- Death of Airs. Will Robertson nt Noon I'oday. Ohio Vnllcy KJillroud Sold. a Terra liaute Dispatch to Henderson, JuW 13. Tlio Ohio Airs, Will Uolicrtsbn, of Fourth the and Tennessee streets, died about Valley Iiailroid as today sold lor upset price, Sl.JaO.OOO to A. I. noon today of consumption, after Humphrey, Loisville, bidder for ( leiiL'tliy illness. Local llascbulllDlicctors, How Tho deceased wasbout 2S years A. II. Joline, New York. . m. ... ... .x of ago and a daughter of Cnpt. Shaw, ever. Claim iiuro is noinilAKKiri'S. film was formerof tho Joe Fowler, ina in the statement. ly Miss Eva Shaw, and leaves, beibr bv l.cj Oraln (KeiM'teJ sides her husband,(Mr. Will Robert,t. Chicago, Vlll.. July 13 -,plumber, ono son, tho Tho following dispatch from Terre child, a son. wheat opcneiK at CG)u-J- ( nt ti7. Haute was published n yesterday 's The funeral will take placo tomor- 67?8, closed ,..,. n,l , ')f.3 , na o... i:ijiii inrvj'n', t.v rv;iiL row, but the exact ime has not beon 1L b Terro Haute, closed at 2G set. j?uot. oats ouciio hi lX'fi "Tho indications are tliat the Central ASKS FOR A DIVOKCb'. Hasuball Leairue will not, tost out tho closed at 18' i. Glbjie-Democra- murdered by Thoru, vvas found, encased in pl.iiter of pads in New Jersey this afteri noon. New Win. Guldensuppo, Tho liond Found. York, July 13. Tue head of The Only Clothiers Furnishers and Hatters. One-Pric- e & Son, 409-41- 1 BROADWAY. C' t. - 1) I well-know- p M"t rm m 1 PAMMat.M lESiTayniK BFK5J&f il0rik1 mstswss 'JfWM W&Ymsr jX-4iL We are sole 3gen,ts for This 4 v' J) rtlX A Mr8. Lucindu !,, it ln Was Abandoned, Slio Suvh. Mrs. Lucjuda Cupshaw yesterday Oled suit In tle Sircqlt cqitrt here against her husband for dlvorco, She alleges they werev married on April 6th. 18U8. and tllat on Juno 10 of the samo year hy abandoned her because she refused to deed to him some property loft her by her parents. Sho asks for dlvorco and a restoration of her maiden name, Miss Lucinda Glenn! Cnj-iliiiv- 7 Sept. po; rk opened at 57 J7.55. closed at $ Sept. lard opened at $3 82 closed at S3 Sent, ribs opuhed at $1 30 closed at $1 30-3N. W. recoil) U 3iil carClearenoes 13U.000 husheU. 15-1'JO-IT3 - - WiMmr and HEi-3BH- r !! i BlkWWWWu Tr One r 1 Out of 2fi,000'd inlnu-- s in Wo Virgmla nil b it 70Vor 800 ure nl West Virpltii U mov 14 nvn work g rdads in large the qunudlles, and theroylm In en no to niuluel ytio trains TIil strikers claim tluyrtuo West Virginia Tonight nt LaRelte 1' ark, "Gyp, mines will be c'ned down within tw Cqme'dy. the Heiress." wppks. but tho niino opirators oflh.it wages to hold Four nicely finished P.hotos at .iutri!t aro ra'iiiir 13ji their men for 50c Riley's 1 nt Kfi, W- -- rfh : 7Aar4.: vr. - ImmixLto it .'i rlKO.'. vBBRMnL . " v - m :r- ..,"!. -- : j&imm AQ Myfc&m .imJdM 'VrjfeMmW'M iFim&i a rv v.o'm!? ' iXjmafL . FMtiWt Smm T wear you will j other. I Killed at a Neuro Dance. HMMoHvllle. Kv.. July 13. Am Flour Worker Wulk Out oroso Stovenson shot mid killed Flftcou at Fulton 1at flight at a negro HonrvMorcnn Liimbfe came uo over n i i tiaiiLUt Thi. " strike has BtruckFulton. I' ' The woman. f. FJfteeu men working for W. ma A'DT fcNDANCE llrauu & Sun's llouring mills walked out yesterday morning because tho D.-trol- t. 3 You Need Wheji-ytiu a Nice Suit, WAodcoI wank, call ,nyourvbostaUrndof course How woiild an r.ngllsh'SorgerciaTwill, CUJ youl? Wo bavo tUm at nil prices IrTsitinmeF wclghU. suit in a 'Bl '" P PRICE to Sco ch Noyelt.es suit U.osojmnortrd appear-wel- l '' ct . im If J'ou want to call rt t Aw r ' vv, ltJnublUan Mitlonal proprietor wauled them 16 work four At the teen hours per nay without oxna re LcnuiiD nt numeration. It is saidthat tho busi -T- neie ness men wil' bo waityfl upon by the Mlo., July Detroit, at tho National strikers and asked 111U to buy any is a large attendance League uow In session flour made by his Urm. Bepubllcan n'MBiinyn ukgmmm&MmBm b TTT-- w: r?u' iassaasiB?4 mr .ft-E?2- w ; rr i . ur, rt?iM t. i iv . r 'j-ajt- r r it m fc vn m t wr n jw yum 001 BR3A0WAY. J C3r."' h'liiu-- bought of ua free. I Suits made to Order, $14.00 and up. made to Order, Pants $3.70 and up. DALTON'S 33d IItTbSSment Broadway. A r-A-.. -- U'.' II'-- - ri&zm v EI tJ I V strongest kind of a find olllces for, ami bcforuMie Sena- Evansvillc, Paducah an Cairo Paoket men were thrown out of employment . substitute wits t complin Drrfc. nnd proof post tor could weigh as lie shoulq the mer Line. , because tho mills, factories nnd nil j personal Owned aud OixriUtxl by thu tlvo that Senator Ueboo's indorse its and claiiiH of the applicants, he Published every afternoon, except industrial enterprises no longer fur- ment cnrrlei great weight with the was expected to wear out thojiaticnco Tennessee and Ohio Klver Transpor Sunday, by nished tonnage. If n country la administration. of tho President with his Importuni tation Co. TO I .nl1ftnilil .nQ.MP Its 1UII4UUU3 liO In the Louisville district Senator ties. .4VOl... SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY, I l.n.nniuIIA lUUOl'UlUUa 1HE BeThe natural result followed. Tho Deboo has deferred to the wishes of ;iNOOKrOKATK!. IThnv nrn Ihn irrpftt illalriliutnra. BVhis warm friend and supporter, May- cause he could not "land" this minI'HEMllINl AND MARAOEH money they recelvo is, all but n . M.. FlKHIll or that one, he is now censured for iocPhuidcnt yery small portion, spent in the pub- or Todd, ir. indorsing Mr. Sapp. J, K SMITH . .sicretart i J. Durua In the Richmond district Mr. not being able to cope with Senator ,. .... TniAHcniu lic service. Interest on bonds nntl W. KM'AVrON Yerkcs was practically unopposed Quny or Sennt r Piatt or some other DIRKCTOUSt r. . Piihfr.J.I'.. Smith. LW.C1- menu, J.K. dividends on stocks arc but the com- from tho moment ho announced his of the Senators who are skilled in all KratuvlllB KtiJ fadm-i- I'hckpHi dully : Flock willl.iintoD j.j. uonan mctn mission charged by the disbursing candidacy, and his appointment was of the arts and delicate ways by MIU.IllV V nifj UN . HOPKINS universally conceded as one of which olllces are secured. Consul- htrs.JOK HiW-K- It Opportunityto Leav ln ucun nip.:) ,, THE DAILY SUN agent. In most cases this commis nlmost LOXia, in. the certainties of politics, no matter ships were expected abundantly I -ilucih uu .Urn Tackt--l l.lae ( allycicuiH local ht sion is far below tho ruling rate. who might be elected r.ll,:UHlrla1 tten..nlo all vicinity, Senator. At Diplomatic portions were asked for Smo Money. Sunday ) and lwuipeoiiuttroii 10 news, which will be Protection will put money In circulaMlf.llllfr UU'K Comfortable posiHi., tho san.c time Mr. Yerkes nnd Mr. iu no small way. ol nrKlvctlng general l'..iltu-a- l t , i, C tvrn a tally ax space will pe:mll without re have been fast political tions in the Indian service nnd S'J500 tion that is held now by capitalists too Deboo fertfto &'n rd to expense IW Kit. sort J. Il were lookprudent to undertake to competr with friends, and at St. Louis Mr. Deboo places in the departmentstrilles, to be I HE WEEKLY SUN voted for Mr. Yerkes for National ed upon as the incicst tho products of foreign pauper labor. Committeeman and Mr. Yerkes voted picked up on every cn'l at thw White 0BIFTW000 ia dtroledjo 1M interetts ot our country pat' Now is emOn Moiidy, July , we begin n mniL anil Trill at all limes M newar ana Men now Idle will once mrc find for Mr. Deboo for chairman of tho House. And Senator Deboo was exwhile keeping It readers pouted lertatnlns, big reduction sale in ever departwill factories Kentucky delegation. on all Utlcal affairs and voplcaiwhlle It doc ployment in tho shops in. pected to get all of these places under alt M a tearlees and tireless exponent of the 1 Iio employ-mea weaker Saved From Ihu Waterr, Uor- - ment in tba. hoie. Dimities, lu the Covington district all tho pain of bi ing eonsi-er- ed trines and teachings of the National Kepuou-ea- nnd on the railroads. party. Coiiiiu-gorman than the long time Senators who lawns nnd nil wash goods of these men will bring business political lines pointed to Mr. railed on the Levee. wao was ouo of Mr. Deboc's have controlled their states and diCORRESPONDENCE. anil Ilia win uc liiciiuicil in tins sale nt a as well to the storekeeper, sta-iifriends nnd supporters and rected national politics for a generasneclal feature oi the wwklr edition of Depart fnnnui will again llml n more pr llta. TUB huh will be its Correspondence Items of Special Interest to Klvxr discount of io to 40 per cent. the only hitch was the Senator's feel- tion. ment in which it hone ably to represent locality within the limits of Its circu ble demand for his products. ing of obligation to Mr. Liebertli for tytxj People. As a matter of fact, Senator Dclation. valued services in tliu closing l.ours much more time and ADVEKTISING. of tho Senatorial contest in tho legis- boc has given CHECKS AT TUB l.C. SHOPS. The Dick Fowler was out as usual from attention to the olllce-seckeHair- - of adrerttslng will be made known on that the lature. It is geuerally known that Kentucky than men like Quay and this morning for Cairo. probable It n verv pplli'-il- o 310 Broadway. Phone 310. ..row.. in Senator Deboo counseled and aided Piatt givo to their constituents Somo fancy lenves were put on top Offr. standard Hlock. 115 North Fot.rth "Witt. ' Ua little too caneuiiic in brirgiiig nbout the agreeable un street In tiri.lii!iloiit il.iU iiasi'iitr ''oath derstanding but ween Mr. C'omiugorc Tluso past masters in politics do not ot the bavannab s stacks heto tins $ 4.60 shops will be added to the Illinois much over the importunities morning. Daily, per annum and Mr. Liebirib iy which it is un worry 2.2ft of every applicant who thinks himmonths Daily, Six The City of Sheffield will pass out derstood tho latter witl.duvand will shops here. It is to be We have n nice line o light 40 Central self entitled to a federal position. Of of the Tcnnesseo tomorrow en route Jaily, One month, that the report U not authen- accept the chief d. put) ship under the course, but a small part of thu men 10 cents weight woolen, checks and fancies week to St. Louis. f)allj,per Anil ,et the eiudite c reformer. Theretic. As a mi tcr of fact, however, just the thing for sVirts which Weekly, per annum in adlh.it Senator Delioe in a party can secuie olllce Hngiuecr Gcorgo Aaron lias gone disbuild spondents bv the Illinois Cc itrnl doe not vance. being fore a senator must use great was again 'tumid down" by tn Danville to accept a position as en we will sell nt a big discount. bestowSpecimen copies free c niches even at Chicago, but buy3 "forced" to withdraw his Inu.ise-men- t cretion aud much firmness in ISflKAI) discrlm giueer on tlo Kdgar Cherry. AKTKKh FOR- All 50c goods go at39c Mibs.itute ing his endorse units. This manufacturing work-- . of Mr. Lieberth ami them from tar Work is progressing excellently at inaiion is exercised by men like (J tiny All 25 goods go at 18c. 13, 1897. 1UKSDA.T, JUL There is no cause for disappoint- Mr. Coiningorc. is not the marine ways and that locality is t it ' '' aud Piatt so that Washington lu the Lexington Fnncy check (incus worth 35c for the work at the ment, however, by efllee sct'ters from their at present the scene of much indiii ucwcssary to to into detail-- , but suf overrun will close at 20c. hops hero will increase instead of fice to say that Senator Ikli-ANNOUNCEMENTS- and states. They do within their own try. SenAll 30c orgnndievwni be closed and it is in ire than prob- Mr. Roberta have been nnd friends states that sifting of claims that decrease, The Ashland City arrived hero late The Sen Is aUlhorUed to announce ator Dcbic has had to do at Wash- this afternoon out of tho Tennessee, at 23c; 20c wn.su goods goJor J. A. JAMEd able that other iMunsivu itnprove- - for a lon time, and served ilca-.iii1: c. ol ington. As candidate fur Marshal of the CityHepun-Jlca- n nnd leaves on her return to Danvl Ic here, but ly together on last year'-- , slate am mPiiiM will take nlace Ky, suliject to the action of the exMoreover, ea'-- of theso more Convention. tomorrow at noon. Tin Senator I u naien committee. This sale will continue for a few whether these improvements will HOME-MAD- E perienced senators knows nil of the LARD A SPECIALTY. publicly stated tiiat tliu Presidei t i A brand new wheel in addition to nays departto announce Tin SDH Is authoilzed only; so come eyrly if you consist of a new freight depot, ad pvaed thu desire that Mr Hubert many ins and outs of the . W. FllATT new texas and numerous other Cor. IMh nntl Trimble shops or round bouses should be appointed collector ii tne ments, to know which is due' a large the watit choice of bargains. Above Telepnmie!! 10. As a candidate for Judge of the 1'ollce Court of ditions to the part of success in securing office for repairs which she has undergone this quotations are the Cliy of Paducab, K. eubject to the action or a crain elevator, is not now at all Seventh to which onlyi few prices of the Hepublican Convention. constituents. They have beeu inllu-enti- summer, is being put on tho City of that will interest you. Call on us, All of these improvements responded that ihe selt etion was most certaiu. TheSL'Mlsaiitliolj'.ed to announce in the appointment of the high- b ivannah. agreeable to him. This is anolbtr of HKNSLKY O. HAIUIIS. olllcials in the past, may cone and some of them are quite the humiliating Work is making rapid strides on "turn downs" the er department find it easier uow to seAs a candidate for City Prosecuting Attorney , naturally subject io the action of the Uepubllotn party, probable. the big City of Osceoln. wicked newspaper buys say Senator but A HANDSOME operation it promoting the which is at present on the cradles at here Deboe has received from the adminis cure The Scir Is authorised to announce Certain it is that the claims of friends than is possible with the ways undergoing extensive reJ. T. MEAN in size on the tration. the Sixth Asa ndldte for Constable toInthe action of arc now the second any new Seuntor. And again these pairs. GO. Magisterial district, subject whole Illinois Ccntrnl system. Forty-nin- e In the matter of the four Ken older Senators have advantages growthe Kepublican party. The Geo. II. Cowling was very as ing out of distinguished campaign box cars will be built here th'u tuckv appointment regarded IIUi Uroailwny Phone 16.5. campaign alliances which late In leiving for Metropolis today, Thk Madisonville "Hustler" says : summer, which of itself means work "state olllces," the marshal, sur ser ices and veyor, district attorney aud pension are not enjoyed by Senators who are owing to her layiug nt Island creek TWe can't help ut believe that pros- for many men. The shops are now aiieut, the attitude of Senator Delioe just entering national political life. for several hours this morning taking aboard a large iron shaft. perity I cowing to this couu ry nnd so large and so completely equipped is entirely creditable and dignified Iu the end Kentucky will be that it is already on its way to the that a vast amount of additional While he had had personal obligations As hoon as there is sullicicnt water treated to her share of oflkcs. The work can easily be handled. growing out of the senatorial election, in tho Tennossee the steamer, City of nomas of our people. administration lias a hard task in he realized that they t ould not en high appreciation of the Chatta.iooga, with n tow of barges, its This In RojfiftthlnK yVory ono njo h In momenta of lclnuro, tirely chauije the political drift of the showing will go to Sheffield nftcra tow of iron Tiik coal operators in West Yir SENATOR DEBOE) and it In A thing of beauty for thu homo. all tho e to whom is due He knew services of state for a twclvemoilli. t'apt. Kuiery Voiglit will do her cir the great victory of 1890. But it is know how to manage a strike. ginia that the administration nnd the party work. will rcn-iz- .; cular They paid their miners who continued AND THE organization had obligations growing hoped that the disappointed Capt. Harry Baldwin, of tho Mag that there are more faithful Reto" work in the great strike three out of valued political feervicts tint publicans than there anolllces or gie llcllc, is in tho city. His bo-i- t COME TO US POR YOUR ADMINISTRATION, ought not anil could not lie ignored even years ago substantial bonuses, and and that not on continues to lio up nt Nashville, owing because of the election of a new Senthe result was that the strike jiroved the shoulders of Senator IXboe should to there uot being sufficient wntcr for ator seven months after the close of ( fail- her to iio the work she went there to for a failure, but not uulil the operators months after be laid the responsibility .11 the the campaign and t tho olllces accomplish several weeks ago. ure of Kentucky to get in West Virginia had made large Kentucky's Kepublican Senator the President had cnteic 1 i pon the AKD GOODS. that her able sons demaud. The John S. Hopkins was some duties of his ofBco. profits. Now tho wages in seventeen Ktmlb-rJrliiIn these observations on the vouu 'KKT to UN. Has Not Been Turned what late in arriving here this mornIt is not remarkable that those wh mines have been raised bo that the If U Will Hi Willi neatly of Kentucky ing, owing to very shallow water as feel they have especial claims on SenHt. at (Minll more Down By the miners arc getting 13ents there is no thought of criticizing any well as Heavy-- imsincss. bhc left on ator Deboe should urge that even many for seeking public olllce. miners are than the Pennsylvania her return to Kvansville at noon with one of theso positions belongs to him President. The lesson wo are teaching !?s thai her elegant mail fiag flying in the striking for. The prospects for a by divine right, nnd becruse the ben v 205 BUOAOW' r t 1I1IW1.I KY. ntor docs not agree with them in disappointments are inevitable, aud breeze. strike in West Virginia are not good. lllll, that here in Kentucky it is unjust to comA Just Statement of the Senator's their untenable position, the' The II. W. Huttorff will arrive , GREAT plain to the press that he does not hold Senator Debceor President Nothixq has shown the absolute responsible because many (if here out of the Cumberland river and Influence, and of Ills Position contend for his "rights" and is too early tomorrow who aspire aud deserve well of from Clarksville demagogery of William J. Bryan easily "turned down" by the admin- th. e In Mukiujr Endorsements morning. She will leave on her rethe partv hare been grievously more clearly than a single line of his istration. Let us see bow just is this n in and is ex turn to Nashville for Govcrnient Offices. 'KOl'KIKTOK- Fourth-of-Julletter to tho Tammany complaint. pected to have an i t ellent crowd of While up '! subject it 'is not round trip excursionists. which he asserted that the society, in Senator Deboe has secured the apremark that Senator principles of the Chicago platform A great deal has been said about pointment of Dr. James as marshal, inappropriate, iu Tho Ohio river, just to be fashionDeboe recognizes, if some others do gaining ground, "the failure of Senator Deboe's influence, or rather although it is known that the Presi- not, that a national administration able it is supposed, continues to fall are AGKXT CKLKBHATKl) the Republican polices to restoro his lack of influence with the admin- dent felt most kindly disposed toward has obligations and duties that some- similar to tin- fiber streams. Tho Call caily aiulvet the benefit of and prosperity having given a new impe-""Iu- b istration in the matter of securing ap- another applicant,will it is bclicvci times run counter to the expressed fall of last night us thrte tenths. our cheap pricyS. The following land his closes LOUIS-e-BERT- S that the Senator The bid liar opposite the wharf is to tha movement." This dema- pointments for Kentuckians and the political friend, Chairman Harnett, ue wishes and preferences of Senatorsy looming up in great nlmpe a d prom- are only a few ol the many barand their recognition does not ueccs-sarilgains that wehave for you. In kciza and gogery of the cheapest type, while it distribution of Kentucky patronage. Surveyor of tho Port of Louisville. imply n "turning down"of the ises to be larger this summer than r Also various tctnNrunco usual. drinks might be overlooked in the ward The following statement of the situa These arc the two choicest olllces iu Senators. N!u yon SlUcr Water, Orang Ciller, Ginger Ale, etc. healer or curbstone orator, is inex- tion is made by the Lexington Kentucky. To secure an appointment at the There was nothing of any conse. . ,.?..! TAlnitmnn AmlAM flllo.l " Senator Deboe believes that the hands of an administration, an appli quence going ou down about the rivII " is Mr. Sam cusable in a presidential candidate or "Leader," whose editor nnd 12 o'clock Saturday nighX' Eleventh district is entitled to ono of cant must possess fitness, political er front this morning. The arrivals Organdicsworth 29c for 23c; "Kepublican J. Roberts, the chairman of the late the four state places, and as ConThe Tfllflnhntifl committee. gressman Colson and thu whole party and personal. This must bo vouched and departures were very few nnd Organdies worth 25Cfor 15c; policies to restore prosperity" have Kepublican campaign 0th and Madison Street. . . . for in no vague maimer. If seckcis there was very little freiiln handled Lawns worth 12'sic for She; . upon the statute No one in Kentucky is better able to organization desires that Mr. Hill be after olllce weighed their own fltucas on the levee. There has . not yet been plaecd ".'uwiiii.rv 1. actually Cross barred muslin for .iKc; books, owing to the delay enforced speak of this subject than Mr. Kob appointed District Attorney it is un- as it must be weighed by the persons been nothing doing in Hie way of Host unblcach cottour.iHc; derstood the Senator will give him responsible for the, appointment, the river trolllc Best bleach cotton trie; fo fa: this week. by Mr. Bryan's own followers, who erts. The atticle is therefore most YVa-rkPap-e his earnest support. Senators nnd the administration control the .Senate and have made it interesting and most timely. The The big wheel shaft foinicrly on Men's white shirs with colored It is tr Her of newspaper aud gen would be relieved of thu painful ne bosoms, worth 1, for soc; the steamer which burned impossible to enact a single line of statement is lengthy, but we givo the eral gossip that President McKinley cessity of many refusals. Personal at Oolconda seu-- r il ino:iib ago but We haye a few more of those great The desired to appoint Mr. Combs to the fitness nnd poli'i-- pl fitness arc conportion. important the legislation which promises (pros- most bargains in Indies' shoes ranging marshalship, but yelded his prefer sidered. Service rendered Io lite which was brought here nnd remodelperity. Mr. Bryan knows this. He "Leader" says: 111 price from 25c to Ji. ed by the mncbiin- Oiom was put -Tho enterprising Washington cor-- , once rather than disappoint Senator party and mo niniiiy io rentier ser- aboard the knows that the effect cannot be ex !ct II. Cowling IN THE LATESJ-PSffifeN- S. Deboe, who was greatly interested iu vice to tiic Government iu the porespondents of ceiini. Cincinnati and Lace Curiains, pected before the cause exists. Yet At tho request of the sition asked for must go together this morning iiihI mini to Metropolis seem deter-- 1 Dr. James. JVtCmxn- Louisville ( TO AM. OHIIBBS. be gravely, and with premeditation, President, Senator Deboo gave his And even when evtry fitness is pos- where it will be filled in j.fat-- instead I'orticts urul Counterpanes. at mined to embarrass Senator Dcboc of the ono she now has owing to it's in a letter deliberately written for po- by insisting that he lacks inllueucc cordial endorsement, to Mr. Combs sessed, tiicre rmit come sometimes a prices that will astonish you. being too small. litical effect, talks, less than four with the administration aud has been for pension agent. choico between equally competent BLACK GOODS In view of this recital of facts and equally deserving men that brings The palatial Ci'y of Sa9 months after the inauguration of bis unable to secure Kentucky's share of No. 132 S. Third Street. known to every Kentuckian and every upon the indorser and the appointing vannah, fount' l out- - nf Louis at 20 per cent lessJhan cost. Telephone No. 371 rival, about "the fiiluro outside appointments. successful Kentucky newspaper mau in Wash- - power the anathoints of the dnap-pointe- nnd Tennessee mu pickets, but When thcro is a special dearth of of the Kepublican policy," knowing political news of a Kentucky Uuvor inc'on, how absurd it is for our journow has Memphis as I'er homo port. -mwill leave this af tr- - n u for the above that not one lino of Kepublican legis- these same vern'-loucorrespondent nalistic friends to harp upon tho Sena- STATU 01' OHIO CITY Ol TO Mi DO, I , named place to n i "lac' of consideration" shown r her old trade lation has been euacted, and that his ring the changes ou the old worn-uOUNTY. f by the administration. At FltANK J. I.UCA& l muUes oith Unit )m In from Memphis l points down tho H. CIIK.VKY party is responsible for that fact. story that even in the matter of ap- tor Deboe p.iriiirr"iUi urm:m J. i 111..M.1 big Mississippi rati, after being here pointments within the statu Senator this distance it looks as though City ot Tuliilu, JL Co , doloK biMlntiw tho 214 Uroudwuy. This sort of political pettifogging is had gotten along swimmingly County ami SMtu ai.U"alil..itnl tht Mill for several weeks undergoing general Deboe's selections are usually turned ulllIKiy IhOuiru")! l)NE llt'NI)l(KI) HOI.. repairs on the ways. She is now a beneath a reputable politician or down and he is made to stand spon- with the President. Stcapi, Gas and I.AHifiirtactvnniluViJy tabiiof Cilnrrh liiut cannot A ruml by tlium of IIsIPh C.tturrli much improved boat in appearance statesman worthy the confidence of sor for the personal selections of " Sanitary... A'ltANKJ CHK.N'KY These samo writers also say that Cure CS In mr hvornui before nw mm urrlbwl II. IM, and especially in condition, fur in adPresident McKlnley. any party or people. De- Die mc, ttlafllb ilny lit in one or two iustanccs Senator dition to being newly painted DHAUUi IN AMi KINOH OK.. These young men of the press as- boe's recommendations for post J I 'Notary VuMc. she lins been thoroughly caulked, sume that Senator Deboe ought to masters have been disregarded oy ine seal. HOPE KEVIV1NG. hull Hull's Catarrh Cure l MKcu lnlcriiKlly mid her Fittings and Fixtures' Sprinkling Hose. excellent lu pit anil mue.tujnurlaci' administration, just as though that ''Killri-cl-- j From all sections of the country have a personal friend cr crony mi u bluod trstliuonul-lfifo- , shnpejan'w tias, as 6he was for in Kentucky, to every olllce to. J 3 - t were sutllcient ground for wnr be- o '.oj F J htfiiil for i. CO., T0U1I0, O in IIHN'KY come reports of increased activity 22G Broailflfay, Paducah, Ky. H2 South Fourth Street'. 4te merly witliMiitone; a m-- wheel, and 321) Court aud that whenever a'selcclion is mu ..j I b) IHUBgiMs.Taj Street. Irl.pklM. No i tween the Senator aud the President. otherwise uliu is' lo.iverled into a new all lines of business, says tho "Ameri- l'lll.aie thobjst. tin of consideration for local con Senator Dcboc, of course, has K boat. She is now Factories and ditions, or in accordance with recog .linong the iJapltaMjjd ., cn Economist." KXCUHSIOVS nnd political friends, nntl Surplus, $120,000.00 licit, as well as one of tlio handsomhave laiti idle for nized political obligations, it neces- everything else being equal lie would foundries that est steaners on ihe WiMern waters, Vlullbiios Ceil nil Hiiilroacl. of the Sen- like to ce them appointed to the ofmany months will again bo started sarily implies a slighting ator by the President. Toronto, Jnt , July 12. Ill and and win i. .she returns homo bIic will Opon from 0 a. in. to 3 p. nv'On Sat ficial positions to which they nuiy urday iilhtu up and additional labor will be mto8. 8l';I.O.) fci the round tiip; good count uway up ill ,,U" among licr Senator Deboo is toobroad-gaugibelter than hi in those that have been run- in his treatment of political patron- aspire, but he knows paU.' - leiurniug until .July 20, with cii ics tLat the work of political 01Interest Pajdon Time Deposits ning on reduced time with smaller age to entertain sucli an opinion, and oanization carries with (it claims and its fur extension. New 1'ioviiloiice.rpnn., Oct. 27tli Niagara Fails, for train 201 leav- I ('. MeidjJialf. K4invillc, lml. : force. The change has come almost his indorsements prove that he due implied obligations that are paraGive you All Kinds of 1 view that the of( OFFICERS. mount to personal pieferenccs;antl it ing Padiicah :2o a. m. July 8th within a few weeks. Hope was re- not take tho narrow !)cr STp'l,li,!i.iy.hfp ns soon ns are his individual is creditable to bis good sense that In- only, $17.20 for tho round trip; good fices in Kentucky .Prosldent FIRE a. iturnsm. posi il.jxO (its ofAimr Uliill nun jab.F, Taxton ... vived by the election of Major W. .Cashier belongings, to bo bestowed as puiuly dues not tiisiimu that all thu ofllcus in retiirnitig July lUih. lfKvii'yfv as in otir tfi It. ItUDY as President, but the Ass't Oashlor personal favor, regardless of politi Ki'ij'ucky lieloug to him by absolutu Summer reports, on sale daily, to of '2(Lfl 1 roimlilr i our CliiifCun' LIFE dltlkulty of hastening through. cal obligations or the advice of tin; light, as some of Uhmu contend who tin principal at reduced tlio in iln- tun U-t-. DIRISOTOR8. ratcj. For further informal! mi apparty organization. congress a tarlfl bill has delayed Y ciitici;e him for not hurling defiance ii".otafiilly, Jah. A. Ruhy, ( Jab. It. Smith, II' . C.....J F. M. FiaiiKti, Vijko. O. Wallace. TORNADO at tliu udiiiiuistratiou whenever ho ply to realization. As it becomes moro ..I.ltlll. Much ado has been made iu tho und tne Prcsidoul may differ TO. F. Paxton, J. T. Donovan, C. A . F. KAMi.mmt. over plain that home industries are really newspapers over thu assumed fact that m Farley, flEO. O. IIaiit. Paducah, Ky. Olioii In liuleribcrx, some incouscqiieulal poutmastcrship Office over CHhen' ;,,.:.,.. to be protected from the competition Mr. Franks, of Owensboro, was tho - - 'viuK "anid UvRtJDY. All ol i ilcr hoys arc Hup. Important Notion. Senator Deboe assumed office unot the foreigner new life is being in oniv one of the flro collectors in i(ol Willi i. co pt liiiiiKsuiid sillv All persons l;nowiugtliciiielve,s Inf used into American enterprises. Un- dorsed by Senator Dcbou of his oitn der circuinstui'ccs peculiar and try- debted to the lirmf'ltfjgcrs & King hcrlbwih in' r. iiit-,s-t l to take refree will, and was the pnly one re ing. While to some of his friends ceipts bir nil p.i incuts on certainty chills trade. The convic- jected Every- bin elcclion seemed always 11 possi and John Hujjes & S)u are hereby by the administration. hit, i l'ub. Co, tion that four years of protection ore one knows that tho ouly reason Mr. bility, still oven to him tho result wnrned to call aud settle tho samo at Undertakers and LOUISVIQUS. KY. almcn. yS'o. 127 South LlHt. to bo ours has made business iiu-- Franks was objectionable to Presi must have been nut altogether with- once at my i.lllco. ' rvr rn lor Jfiloitfmio I '! J( 130 S Third jS-- " reu iosi a ilea Aiorocco ;mlduc Tl ' once more willing to enter into en- dent McKinley and Secretary Gago out surprise. Therefore, when ho Fourth street, and tiicreby save to Amorican PlKjf $3.0C to 85.00 ner ija I will bo forced went from Frankfort to Washing t.m Ihemuclvi-wHn ( was because of tlio political indictTolcphnnu 221 oni cos, 42? Broadway gagements for tho future. oay. For Hulc. ment hanging over him ; and tho read he found himself confronted with new to proceed by law fo collect same urlny cyeninjr i iiu llmier will bo The depression following I ho recent iness witu which tho President ac- duties aud surroundings almost vrithr unless ot'iorwlsu settlciTpromp tl.v tlio Si;x olHcD old papers, nio Itoon's cnly 81.00 nni upwards. At rewarded by reltir ing it to Liui, tt free-trad- e experiment has taught us u cepted and appointed Mr. Yaudall, out warning, Ki II. PunvKAis, and clean, Just tho thing to put unM. IA1. ,.... e.,,.,..li .. A. S COOPER. La ir. ., der carpets and ou shelves. 95 cents Ofllcov Hours: There were ten times as many ap Receiver of Uogcrs & King and fUUU costly leeson. In the railway seryicn who is Senator Deboe's townsman Nose aud Tbroit, Pjrieah, A Son. d2 lit Uoiicre per hundred. Manager 8 a.m. to 12 ni.,'ito0p.m. andltnlgba over a quarter of a million o and warm friend, as air. Franks' plicants as Kentucky eould hope to June THE PAOUCAH DAILY SUN F $xA DontC.. t r 5 ''fc. THE PUBLIC: MISSSTHIS t 1 n nt Weiuoan what we say our -Lowcut goods will be sold at pri ces that oanuotbe had elsewhere in tne city. All colors, all styles and toes. the time to buy footwoar e, ch rs sk(rtsi ic-ri'i- 0 4VVi' P.F. L ALLY .' Holiday Groceries. 5 H.DIEHL&SONS di-ti- i P t- Fruit CakeMaterials, Apples andTraDges, fi :is-duca- FreslTCannediGoods, &c. 8t. ' , di-tn- al FREE FREE sidc-whecl- E. GUTHRIE & Rocking Chair A- I'ORIAU'S. y FURNIkKlhG 45- olliie-seeker- s, TWO 0 FREE TO OUR CUSTOMERS : WEfKS MORE DRYQDODS, FINE SHOES nt olllce-seeke- EDELEN'S u JOHN J. lll'l OR1HN. Co.. Mc-iitnl- disa-point- ed y Slather Sale PjXBKRGDOLL, Padiicah Bottling - BEER Of St. Loui s. " " ","t""" im 1 1 - Window .Shades S. r r AZ. tin-St- . d. s ut . J. Edelen, 111 '1t',AA Ed. D. Hannan, Plumber. ,.$ GRF1P - 111 111 1 V CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK, It-o- -- l'l-'iMll- X 1 ed d 1, Rose and & V, Paxton "W -- m 'i Vf.J Mc-Kinl- ey 1 well-kno- orril zzsz re-or- ts iit - S Insurance d.i. hi-ci- Maiil.Efi1i!ger&Co GaltrHouselB.Howoll.O.D.R ..N1ST ix co-its- , 1 uf. Kyly I 1 -- .A b5L. ilii. it " ArrMfiil &'' ,,., .lj..ASVi..ft ik i-- liizt'L M Ji - r- rj - V. ji ' , W Incorporated I8M "' ' UPW ywwjr mmsmmig KA1LU0AD TIMK TABLES. MNV NmIivIIIc Chattanooga & tit. Louis Railroad. riDDUAii APMMrniB nirimoF, SOUTH BOUND ArTarta I.t Paducab Jackaan Islington Hollow Hoc isaiiim junction, is pra ttti pm . 91 7 m IA (ISA T 10 A V 11 I'lil I.T. Jackaon Ar.Momtibl NaahTllle J HMwn I im. pot 910 pni J NSplll. It Chattanooga ....... ... Atlanta WORTH 00m (la)pm lani smtn ttpra m tMim Wnm I n pra 111 (Mam 00 am a tralaa dally. Tbrough train nt car aerrlce belwwtn Paducab and J ackaon, Mrmpbla, NaahTllle and Chattanooga, Tann. Cmaa connaotlon tor Atlanta, Ua., Jacknonrlils, Kla., Washington. Mainmort, I'nlla(VIMa and New Yrk, atd tb Uoutb.ajt, and to Arkaaaaa, Taiaa aad all polnu SontkWMt. Por tnrtber lafnrna. tloncallon oraddreaa, Mamablii. Tnii W, u A. J. Wlot, U. P. Aj P and T A NaataYllU, Tann. Danlcr. P H Teacaoat r I ""d r. .. Palrour lloniw Padactta Kt.i K. S. llurnbara. dapot lloka gent, Padneab, Kt. All 40ara in Pm IWptn Islington I M pm Lt Islington, Ar Hollow Koek Junction, t M pm pm I'arU... 0B pm Arl'aducah MttnpbU Lv. Atlanta Chattanooga DOCKD S 15 Nnhrllle ArJJatkaon tW BlOntn 4 onj'in l pm A 1 00 inn Aiopm TU pm AQ0 ftlaau 15 pm am SNtm "Certainly." The Mexioan called three bell boys at once and in short order a hugo was afloat in a bathtub Col. Chan. Reed, of tho Palmer, chunk of ice reof two full of cold water. Fernand in speaking of the execution CHURCHES. mained in tho bath until tke chunk of Black-lanboys from Marshall county at ' llnaband Htreet Church fMethodlxtl Sun deserting during the ice was melted. Miss., for m day acbool at t reaching "Well, did you enjoy yourbatkjg J p.m. Key C a M. 1'almer, pastor. a. 01 and war, said yesterday: vl I Ilurka Glintiel. 7th and Ohio (k'ethorilatl Snnp'( said Green, when FernandeV a tn. l Go. "I'll never forget that execution. peared at the counter looking as cool day acboolk, a. iiurK, pair a. m and 8 p. 1 m. iter, "M The men, or rather boys, for they J Waxhlnuton Stmt llatilht Church. Sunday as a cucumber, were mere boys, were screaming and anutact: aeriii ,nd Dealer! In good for a while, but tho school a m. Preaching 8pm UeT Oeo. crying while the preliminaries were Ice"It was and then the water got so W. Dutiee, paator. llaptlut Church. Sunday t Heventh Street melted being arranged, and I'll tell you it Stiam Enei IIDlilM oilers, to coqe out," replied Dr. acuiMiivaS m 'reaming, a, m ana op in, RT, W Hiker, luilor was bard (enough to bavo to wutch hot I had hi I'ttUl A M K. church Monday echoolV a I Machinery such a scenn. m., preachlnK Ham 7;30p in., Iter. J. U Houstfronts, I would have been on Fernandez. rtanrord, pastor tho detail that flrod tho shots that Ht. James A M. 10th & Trimble rows, Brass Tbo following gives the names of atreeta hunday school church. Preachings euded their lives had It not been for And Tobacco at 2 pin., pra , iter j u.sianrora pastor. : the states as towns in other states Dr. 11 rooks. He was and IrOn Ftt gs. uasunga Sunday Trlrahl T Alabama is in New York and Wis. acbool 9 30Street , Christian church am of our company, and when orof all klrids. a. m preaching, am hT"h n m., prayer ac rvlce, Wednesday nTenln KV7, dered to furnish a detachment of men consln. .i uu, nunnay acnooi teaenprs inreuni: rnu 1'ADUCAII, Kkntucki. be always took them from the comAll urn pnrlill.illv Invito fT'l VI'Iio values will bo by all odtls tho greatest over offered Arizona is in Louisiaua and Ne- Vf.nlnL'ia. 7 It. Cotter, pastor In Paducah. Shoes that are today marked $3.00 will bo f On this occas- braska. pany alphabetically. Kbnewr V II. Church (United ifrelnren $2 j shoes that aro $2 will be $1.25, nnd shoes that aro brrricra htindayl4chonl8'3)a.in. Alaska is in Indiana, Michigan, In Christ). 10.3U a and 7 p. ion I would have been detailed, but E. THAL UELLExi, lie skippad Preaching in. Visitors to now $1.60 will bo 98c. in Tho high cost ones will bo cut the city and others cordially Invited to attend piy name, and that is why West Virginia and Wisconsin. and Shoci Cntircb, South fifth atreel. between Ohio and deepest and the low prico ones shorn of profit. $1.50 oxFine I was not (no to serve as military Arkansas is in Wisconsin. Tennessee atreeta, Hot. Jas A. Woodward, ford ties for $1 small ones nt your oi?n price. Kemem-bc- r Made to'3rkrr California is in Iowa, Kentucky, pastor. executioner." the salt- begins Monday. July 5. Come. Missouri, Ohio Maryland, Michigan, Prepalrlng of all klndn neatly done at Heck KatkblUhM 1IM. WRITTEN AT RANDOM. COLORED Johnson Fou DEPARTMENT. V lOD TIMES FOR HE MEM. arid d, C 11 Maeli ine - V 11 V 11 V. orderly-Bar-go- nt 11 ' W. Thejmd of the summer selling season is nigh andMosie find ourselves better CstockdoTthane care to be during July. Therefcre, beginning on Monday, July 5, at 8 a. m., we will conduct a general CLEARING otiuMb inai win scl tnatjon.talKing .10 -- j Geo. Bernhard Paducah's LoadingSho Merchant, J - 306 Broadway. tKHiora prim, unw inu. 40A llroawar iii. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD BrintciD--B- ? 0HfTEir Oinuo MlMrHII D1TIIOKI. Nonru IIooud No as NoM No Kt . nw Urleana.. 7 lira nouam kt afemphU. ; luopm 7 Mam a 00 am I oo pm 1145 pm r Ulion...... I Warn Ar Paducah... 7 Duaiu t 5 pm ARO Am.-ucrm- LODUTILLI W ato (.vl'aducab.... Itapm IK am Ar Princeton ., 4 40 (i til Its am I7aBi NonouHlle., 5fpm 118 am nSUS" day. Huocial rates by the 4 ID am AWpm Ontral Cliy Lv Central Cllr, u a. iiAii.isv, (topm i ID am If to am WUOK. a 15 pm Ar lxuUtlil 7 Mam lliopm Iletwoon 4th ami 6th on iorry Bt. Cincinnati 0 WtD II (4 am No HI OCT UOOMD No am NoWl Lt Cincinnati Iltupm IMpm B05am IrfJUUWIla . ... ISO am 7UApm I 3D pm UT UcntralciiT ,. 115 am 10 if pm Nortonvlll ... attain 11 n pm !35pn ew pm Ar Paducab; .... .ItlOpm am IK 57 am 6 16 pin Lt Paducab lliopm os inn 1 00 rm 1 10 am Ar PuiUin........ LOtllS. Lt Pulton ... , ,, Illpm I Mam Ar UarapbU. . , 6 U pm 7 91 am n w urirana . T u am TUOpm Alltrainirunoaltr Nuaaa and BM carry Pullman buftlalpln can aad rrea reellulni Aalr can between Via Room and Brmfast, $1.00. don tl and New Urleana. NoatUland KB run mild UtWMnlLlnclnnatl European Pln, $1.00 Per Day. and New urleana, carrying Pullman bullet Good Mkalb. Good Rooms, Train 304 carries Padneab Ixtulavlllailevprr Qoofi HKKV1CK. at olo In Paducab union depotpolntip.m !, writ, Wben you Tlilt .St.yiulj atop at Direct onnnectloDi for all road war aortb and aoulb Ticket offlmi, nnder the Palmer, and at the union deput. , 1 STATErHOTBL. ST. JAMES HOTEL stop aiiro When In Metropolis 1 North Sixth street is one of the most frequented in the city. All the hacks, wagons and other vehicles .usually pass over it eu routo to and frcuu the depot, and just now its condition is such that the street rolMat. Rank. ler oould do good work on it. In fact it could bo used nowhere to better advantage. Davis, COLOUI-ILODGES. and Pennsylvania. MASONIC. is in Illinois and Texas. LjManonlc Colorado Hall 2! ltroadway, Third Floor. Delaware is In Arkansns, Indiana, every tlrst Mt McOrritor Lodge No Iowa, Kentucky, New Jersey and Thursday evening In each month eTry flrst Ht Zlon LihIkb No Ohio. WednewlayeTenlnulneach month. Ruaaunab t'ourt No Z, ltdlea Meets every Florida is in Illinois, Indiana, Mas Now York, Nortb Caroli fourth Monday In each month. Meets every sesachusetts, Stona fyiuare Ixxlue No. 5 cond Monday In each month na and Ohio. ) J. W. Moore, DKALEIT IN ADMIS- SION Groceries, CASINO. RAMONA The ice man, who was all smiles last week, is now distraught with displeasure. The cold wave has bad unmistakable effect on his business, ami Of ty pounds of Ice, left on the door step, will not resolve itself before the cook or porter arrives, Into a mere damp spot during this sort of man, too, weather. 1 he soda-watis not bubbling over with satisfaction and happiness as he was a few days ago, for with the fall of the 'mercury there has been a very perceptible fall in bis trade. Hut then, as one solilli-quizc- tl icsterday, "it's all in a er Rates, $2.0a Per Day. INDKI'EN DENT OKNKKOF ODD FELLUW8 Odd Kellows Halt, a e corner 7th & Adams. A schoolbo3 went to a picnic last Household of Huth, No. 4S Meets first and Friday exactly a pic- thirdKellows evening In each mouth at Colored Saturday. It wasn't Odd Hall. nic ; it was really a day's outing, and I'ailucah Lrxiue No I5IS Meets every first and put in twelve straight Odd third Monday In each month al Colored the schoolboy Kellows Hall. friend, hours of It. A big-heartJ'aducah I'.lrlarchs No iJOUOO eets every second Krldiy evenlni; In each who has a cottage on the lake shore, month at Colored OJd Fellow' Hall invited tbo schoolboy and a number PAt Grand Master's Council So 79. Meets l'rldav of his associates to coino out and everv fourth Fellows evenlnu In each month at Hal', zi Colored Odd make a day of it, and they went. Western Kentucky .odi! No aoi-Me- eU his every second and fourth liieday evenlnRln W hen the schoolboy got home each month at Colored Odd Fellows' Hall. mother asked him if they bad a good VounK Men's I'rlde Lodee No. 1783 Meets evety second and fourth Wednesday evening time. llroadnay. at Hall oyer No, "Splendid," ho answered. "It's UNITED IIKOT1IEH3 0F FHIENDSIUI'. I got a blasted St Paul Uidee No (ft Meets every second a great place to go. fourth Monday evening In each mouth at thumb stopping a hot liner, and we and Uroadway, 131 No lots of fun." had Slaters If the Mysterious Ten, st was soaked in 35 Meets the first Tursday In each moLth at Staple and Fancy Canned GtfodHAHinds. FREE, Peoples Railway Free delivery to nil parts til tho city. Cor. 7th and Adams PARK Cos of j!ars L run to the gate C.A.,ISBEtl7M.D. ljliysicitin and Surgeon. Ofllce502 St. iTcsldcnce 723 S. Sixth. OfflcoJIburs 7:30 to 9 a. m., 1:30 to 3 p. m., eAo 8 p. m. thePark. Perlormance begins at 8:00 every night. High-Grad- y0" e Bicycles and 1 Col. John Van Culin Is Just back ' AKII Walkut. t totia PITUIOB. llKOAtl from New York, Washington and am am noMTn kouni). Street can direct to llntvl. 10 pm, t several eastern watering places, whero Paducab lt oo p m. 7:to p m lrn I ArriT Meiroimu.. In he has been "living high." I 41 pm. " Oranlaburg .40pm " Parker U17 t 15 pm, lo laiin HARRY Washington he experienced the nov1 45 pm, 11.04 pw' Mariun F. WILLIAMSON, M.D. elty of rubbing up against greatness, , i p m, '- Caruindale . . 4 to n m. I bo am PlncknejTlUa, having met most of the great men at , TiUpm, " BULouU 7.ltam I aoi the Cnnltal. The ercat men were octm omn ician and , B oo a m, 8 LeaT Ml. LnuU . courteous to him, and he reports mam. a ' Kaat ht. Lout " PlncknejTllle. ,IOam 1100pm Surgeon that thev all chew Lactio Pepsin. He .11 45am Uarbondal.. . .17 74 pm, t,40a a " Marlon attended the funeral of the late Sen,11 Upm, l 45 am ' Parker City UfflcA Hour ator Harris, and wept at tho thought . i su uu. avua n " Uraataburg a, m,l loap. m 7 l IMcm. 7 JO a MatroailU of tho Senator's loss in no longer p m, Itlm t W run dally. a ArrtTe Padacab being able to masticate Lactic PepOillcc, No. 1 Uroatlway. Slop for tneala All tralna Tbla la lb vtmlar line to St, IxjuU and sin, which has not yet been introCblcago and all lolnu nortb and wrai. Train IraTlnr Paducab dally at A 15 p m duced into Paradise. kaa tbruugb Pullman Palaco Bleeping and Loula In New York Col. Van Culin was Parlor Car (or ht 75 cenu Uouble berth rali, l K); ebalr ral, presented with a line South Amerifurther Information. for elo.callooor addrrea J reMrTatlotu. T Uonoran, UcheU, can Cactus cane, which is said to be Paducab, or A. 11 ST A , Palmer llonm, Agent Chicago. the only one of Its kind in the United Ueneral Paaeemer ST. JAMES HOTEL Lt TrK rnjs 11 M A. S. dabney", (gifig Railway HI I BH1S Nf l To KANSAS CITY, T. Jill.. OMAHA. PUKIILO, OKNVKM And SALT LAKE. FAST TRAIN L0 DE ;NTIST. BROADWAY. States. The wounded thumb hot water and arnica, and while this was going on the boy told of the pleasures of the day. "Yes," he said, "we bad lots to eat, and ice cicam for supper, and we plnyed baseball and Johnnie Sharp got his little linger knocked out of Joint, and Jim Pcttibone got his nose smashed by a hot foul and we had dead loads of fun." "You didn't play baseball all the time did your inquired the mother. 'No," he replied, "wo rowed ou the like and Jack Larkins got six of the biggest blisters you ever saw, and Joe Stray nearly fell overboard, and Wallie Smith tumbled from the bank and siiralued his leg, and we Just had a lovely timo." "You didn't eat much, did you?" "No, I didn't; but Charlie Brown did, and Olive Jenks choked on a piece of banana, and we had to pound him on the back till he was black and 131 llroadway. (lolden Rule Temple-Me- eU second Thursday In each month, ut 131 llroadway PhysiciaiKand Surgeon. 333 U K. T. 777. Offlce TW WafhlngtoHyStreet, Ceremonial Temple No I fleets Brst and H.4lli.nrA 112) HarrlHOlTk. third Tuesday night In each mouth UHlce Hours. 8 to 10 a. hi. 2 to 4 p. m.. and 45, meets first 7 lo v p. ni. Golden Ituln Tabernacle, No. and third Wednesday nights In every month. Sir.il Tabernacle No 30 Meets second fourth Monday nights In eauh month. Madallne Tibernacle, No 2 Meets first and third Thursday nights In each month. HAS OPENED. Idly of the West Tabernacle. No. 65, Meett second and fourth Thursday nights In each month. corner of ySeventh nnd Trim- I'rlde of Paducah Tent, No. 5. Meeti first Saturday afternoon In each month. b)6 cood, new prices, polite star of Paducab Tent Meets second Saturday ttCB ton. Fjeifdelivery. . p m In each month. Lily of the West Tent, Meets third Saturday 120 pm in each month. Star of lletbelehem Tent, No M, meets 4th Saturday afternoon In eacb month. DB. W. if). NELSON Bicycle Sundries Agent for the highest grades of Bicycles made. We aro prepared to offer 1890 Stearis fpr S58.SO Don't fall to see our 815.00 Ovorlandfi and Rugbys best on tho market, prettiest wheebinado. Don't fall to see our lino of wheels before buying. Wo aro the only exclusive Blcycld houso In the city. Oompleto repair shop. Free riding school to thoso buy. ing wheels from us. Don't fall to call remember the place, William Thompson Athe X rngWGROCERY Paducah Oycl Works, and 128 North Fifth street, near Palmer House. Great Through from KANSAS AND NEC ISKA LIMITED. Iron Mountain Route; Tim most direct 110 via Mcmpuis to all Sints In TEXAS. ARKANSAS Ar WEST Af (D SOUTHWEST. Ptm Bchnlng CuH on All Trains. TO Ttia-nnnROAOIIUX MlatrniH Dallas axd av.r Miia. For1 Worth Ar ratea. frre lxU oa Tela. k.Tu. mawiikwUtjA. fiiHSSii Ky CiMinnlal and Intirnatisnal Exposition. An interesting case Is now before 406 A prominent Justice Winchester. young married lady of tho West end was warranted a few dayg ago for poisoning her neighbor's chickens. It appears, however, that tho prosecution is based merely on a misunder VVAC4A vjr standing of the facts. The lady's v husband claims that he put out the All kinds of it ijicrfcctlon In H)ison for rats, and notified the a uorso s tra cl corrrclctl. neighbors of what be had done, In Kino, I Do Repair WorlUf Every order that they lrlght keep their chickens at home. If this le true, Work Ouaramtkkd tho warrant will likely ho dismissed, Always on hand realfor work. as there was no malice in the case. Some people, however, claim that the gcntlemau even had a right to go so far as to put out poison on his own premises for the sole purpose of killing the chickens should they encroach on his property. Chickens occasion almost as much unfriendliSolicitor of Pension Claims. ness among neighbors as the town sars In the war or cow. Veteran Horse Shoeing fRirania'lt''tT HENRY .EIF. J. S. GANSTER, -- 65. UASHTILLE, s CAR ROUTE. FHO" iLTIMORI. 4jlU)w k GHATJAN006A ST; LOUIS RAILWAY, THROUGH VtAS 1INHTON C1TV. SMncusA. ANUVHW YOKK llot-a TO AND Quite a number of Paducah people are branching out as song writers. the war of To aalitli Penalnn Actof The latest melody is one composed . Mealreo WarHrtl IMI July IfSK, lncrriol PiHulon. Prompt and by Mr. Irvin S. Cobb, of the and iborouEb attention glTen to r?ird MnalonadroMKHl Irom the rolU.itr any bual "News," and Prof. Willie Gilbert, nma which tber drulre trauaacted l the south-sidentitled musician, tional capital ahould write me or kV me a the eali "Fly High, You Buziardsl" It is quite catchy, and may bo sung at one of the park theaters before tho season closes. Prosopntoa claims ieforo tho Buroaa - ro islons. r. wld(iatf soldlern.of of Miss Adia Wingo, of Dawson, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Merri weathers on Harrison street. j The invitations to the marriage of Miss Mary A. Jones and Mr. Thos. W. Woods are out Miss Jones is a the only daughter of Mr and Mrs. blue." Wm. Jones, who live about three LAUNDRY "Ob, its a splendid placo to go, miles from the city on the I. C. and I want to ko aijaln 'cause we They will make their home in Louishad such a lovely time." ville. To No. 1 20 North Fouhh St. Miss Mattie Oterstreet, of 429 WITH EVERYBODY. AJC PKACt: South Seveiilh street, is very sick. Good Wiork. John and Harry, two old comSatisfaction Guaranteed! rades, that you can't see one but what you think of the other, leave J, W, YOUNG & SON, soon, one for Nashville and the other C. TELEPHONE 200. fcr Washington, D. This Colored Department is not fighting ll set apart for J 7 AOKNT JOK ground. You have been told this time after time by the editor of this paper, but still you persist in baviiig d way and continue your to send your nonsensical items. An advertisement In this column is worth just as much as an adverji tisement in any of the other columns, and you must expect to pay for it lie 1 thoroughly deteat people who when 3011 advertise Call on biinfand'get estlniAtes are fond of me. All matter left at Mr. J. V. for heating your residence. She How perfectly sweet It must b Moore's or 115 llroadwny will be to be at peace with all the world. Tin, Slate and Iron floofer. Ilrookryrt Life. promptly sent to press. 129 B. Thld St. A MODERN QEORQB WASHINGTON. REMOVED! SCIENTIFIC AND FIRST-CLAS- S WA V STEAM BLftCKSMITftlNG --SEMIRING HORSESHOEING I New Machinery f. TRLEl'IIONE All work'guaranteed. ht. GREIF. AT Court Street, bet. 2d and 3d. FINE DRIVERS AND SADDLE HORSES. Elegam Carriages and Turnouts JAS. A. GLAUBERM free-for-a- G. R. DH iZIS, .. hard-heade- FronrRajfft Livery, Feed and 148. l- BpfardifcGf Oor. Third and Washing to a. - Stable and Triumph - ESTABLISHED 186 o Eurnaces. Miss Mary R. E. Greif & Co. tai aOUTU WITH A Fl'lTIlU. M o Clarence Dallam BUUN1' TT 7 GENERlAL INSURANCE AGENTS. ?Tv Konnrrhof & Vllf.AV, I'VlilMh, lout Ky. TnlftDbone 174. PADUCAH KY LITTLE 8EN f TMROUGH ll'tb Tla nw sl",ll'L riRe York on l m,j MKMI'llls.makiug con. "I don't know why it Is," remarkPawn Broker and Loan Office. ed a motorman yesterday, ' but there is uothluir that makes a man madder tkWVMnrTaiLv. AtloneyaHaw iVian HErEit u r LOUISVILLE tile Trust Building. ISSIONTO iei JlRKANsAlt, TKXAS and BUUTI1H r.tl. and Nasii lietwren PULLMAN TIU. on ManrftlH Tralna. I' Nltikt 'Akllgll.l.l. CHATTA PALACE KM,U orraiii. valwahi.ks. Wo nro ovemtockejd on Ladles' niul MONK)lXTUAN rrPING,.,Mii. KNiiviit.r, dally rear round.rla t Aatia IUI.TI. VIU.E, WAINUTOH. PhliaJwIphla niul S..w Beiwern Nanhrlll" AnJ Jai knout Hie. Qont's Solid Gold ahd Filled Case Aiunta. and Tlttou.KxcuralouTlc. I l" during aeawin battami, u ird All tho n lUUxifrom all point Also a bltr lot of to NaaMlll ; anO ruonU and cosi Wn ronllnuTtOM pf the leiim Silver Watches imiH, Pistols, Musical 8 turn during the InternJloual Kxi.lll.n. me prices wo win ,iee cunlal anl Instruments, i or further information, caII upon Ticket mako you. gent or addrna. Wo enrrv a cood lino oTv Olothln r. c. cowaAoin. iteduml n. c.i. ..and ray-K- EXCURSION flCKETS WatchcsoJ stand; makes of niovo- Pais. Agt m Ky. lUchinge liWg., br, bouia, M A. J. WELCH. UlWtion rata. Agt.,MRurnii, Tkn" W. L. DANLCV ....i t..... and T5X. Agt.. rAIIVItL. Tarn, . 11 TKAOIOUT. ctir Tldltet Agent, Ilroadway, Wccru Ilatk. Shoes flnntu' Trunks, Valises, 1'Jaj'lnp Cirds, Dice, Eto. Wo buy all our (roods at oruod sales and buy strictly for cosli nnd can al wns rIvo j ou bargains i every line Monoy to loan on nil vAluables . VurnlBiiliiL'B. than to ask him to pay his fare, es pecially If he has already done it find the ticket stuck in tho fare box so it could not bo seen." Tho knight of the brake and key v had Just come near having to bis muscle to one of these frac tious passengers who resented the inquiry If he had dropped his niekle "Voot msnl How did you lose the fact, too, that it light of your eye?" It I in tho slot. usually docs make a person very an- "Looktn' for work, n.eni!" irry, many times because It places him In a very awkward predicament STKl'CIt A rtVAO. before the other passengers. In most instances, however, jt develops that ho tnotorinan i" faut, as uo lias failed to 11ml, or to count correctly, the fares in the box, dis-nlaPlck-Me-U- rlrtellly and r.isualty (1 &. V. to Johu r tlttf.. V .1' Fid Koult.tbli! Lite Atsuraii Messrs. lltunphrey A L'. "Jimmy, fur tie lote o' beaten, what Mewira, sunt & iwui.--. JTDUCAH has you (,'ot tlure?" radiic.th Ktrts't llaX ay I o I Haducah Water "Htishl Not a wtirtl, on yer life! r Natlunal I 1W1K shatetl our old bllljpoat anil fctrlpo I llou llfnry lluriiett hint MranrK. tjultflj- - .t. Q njitlcy ulin "hi black, tin' I'm Am-Or- vT'm aTlSaaiaVaaaaaaaaV i.aaaaaaaaaaaaaavSBaaaB A Hi I IV (V II b H ffl V M iBt. . SvaSfc2 aBaaaaaBaaaBaaaaaaaaaSfeaM Inter toun ter try an' tell him fur a horntfl flim lo emno me inuBOurnl" 1 Maj TIKM I.. Md -l- 'h 'ulelnVi -- ftty 1 .a Q0 Sever n3 r ,. v e 0"-.- " ieAtfJ ..in"' r C.A.SNOW&CO - 3t2Si3j3BSiSSSiKiif 103 S. Second, noxt dobr to Lang Bros Whiskey has a ery disastrous cC feet on some men. The other day a prominent gentleman, while celebrat lug, had a couple of friends out with him. Ho was just hilarious enough to be mischievous, ami whenever the obtained and H i'At-- J ouiwd would call for dritiks.he would .urau, .....- mi. ,".j7y "-.- -. tnt buaiaeeaconauticuiv. mwunn.pick up tho glasses one at a time, lush the contents on IiIb friends, pile - .. remotatroww""11- w M j.u ,,.. : model, orawing ,! Stud vt'-"-the glnsses ou top of no another and tkm. stepping hack knock the wholo thing "kll' Oor fee not du till plnt It Urg. A PAkteMLIT, .. Bn.f Im.U nmatntl down with a stool to see the glasses in m tt ml ol aajnaAddrtai, u. He would thon pay for the tent free. break damage wrought and repeat the perWe're ttlwavs the lifst to sho .. . 2 formance. om vaTtHT Orrier, waMinBTr.. w. " our His fun cost htm a good round VKARS' ataatatiialrf,. ,um, hut he had plenty of "dough," FALL STYLES BXPIRIINOB. mid seemed to enjoy it. In 11 till' lut hey're in i. designs and colors. t ready for your inspe ion. PliiiNe llx mo up an Ico water Finest lino 01 bath," said Dr. Fernandez, of the :ltv ol Mexico, to Clerk Green, of TRAD! MARKS, the Laclede Hotel, according to the OBSIONa, in the St. LoiiI-- "liepuwllu COPYRIGHTS ,.,. (ketch and il.sf llillnl mar a Havo you seen tho latest? We don't hae them," said Mr. la Itt, wbatbar an inTantlon sympathetically, as he noticed t for &..fista-ncA YARD OF FACES. Greengreat beads of perspiration the A Co. rtcSv rt?nutaaS tb" uh Muna Prices ileaaonablo for GOOD work. ttreainlng down the Mexican'! face. acclalnotlMiataa "Cmii 1 provldo an tco water bath 80IEHTIFI0 AMERIOAH, myself?" inquired the doctor, as he L, P. BALTHASAR, ooplaaandlUwi proceeded to mop his faca with a auaoais awntba. Hpeclman - Addraaf freoal'ATiHTa fresh haudkerchiif. MUNN A CO.. Under Pauox Housk 498 B'way, Jill tlraodant, Mew Vark. S-ZAUAt Ben MicLael, Jr. ,, loni a".- j V- - Ua,UW- - 1M. llOV " W 4fl rTJrcT. k.w- ... r nv k. .4 elf e.imve- til . - v; a .,.,-..nt . rt li ...usC B Wa! .a55AK iw. SSfl'JSt ViS 7l. l"fc7. .SE-Sr.itil- l.ll!'.' of Cut!'. UK. t l. Tliosp who 1mm inailc a sti i1 i l!u proper methods for llu cottontci'd elii'iii Umt If piojir itppiratus were Inlmdiieed In the xonth riuill.t Hie taluo of tlie product! than be d.iubiod, nnd reaeli not $100,000,000 nniitially, nn nmouiit cqunl of the cotton crop Itself, lo one-thlts tt Is, the processes In the mniiufacturo of oottonwttl oil nre tcry crude, nnd Imiiclt that is useful is wasletl. Ths oharpe. of carcU'ssiuws In inantifacttiro seems htrniiRe In tiew of the fact that most of the $.10,000,000 Invested in ll n mil u fact urn is northern it-iff , lia Manufaciuiett d Dealers In Steam Engines, Boilers, House Fronts, Mill INCORPORATED d Machinery, etc. PADUCAIl;k IT eopltal, ami the inpnnp'rs nre men. northn) - KXCUUSIONS. Via Illinois e an OMH Dunk O'Steor Grct Scott, Skinner! Vou brokel I ahtays t'oupht jer mtis tie slIckMit feller In ilo biz. Wot kinder ruine ()lil ypr goupnfrauwt? Hklnner Do rllinrp (wdly) No panic at all. Just took mo wife to a church fair, tlof all. Chlcaito Trlbtuie. riTY Tilt; I'OOIl MAN. Picture Mouldings j aacarina-paten- 'Bbe marrieo; to llra." u "Whom; do you don't know. tRi her hiubant. Tho Illinois Central Uailnmd Company will sell round trip tickets to Will:f Ornish LighU and Power organs, as folkws i points and on dates named below: Nnfchvfllc, Tcnn., Tennessee Cen-lnlal and International Exposition, !"'-- liuly until October 30th, $3.85;good V M. IX. for sevtn days to return. to Chattanooga, Teuu., U. Y. P. U. y0vVto iTt D. B- July 13th to 16th, good returning ct until July 31st, one fare. l8U. Uuffiilo, N. Y., G. A. R., August lUf,JlttVtt EUBANKS, ictt OR. 20th nnd 22d. rate to bo unnoiinccd later. Thirteenth .street, botwuon limKKOPAHlST, For further information in regard Pennsylvania avenue anil F street Tl)lJlhoUl I'JU to any of tho above, apply to ticket Northwist, onici ana liuriaway wtlileDwUKIO'n'raon . Ml, S. Yelepboui. Hi agents I. C. H. It., or WASHIN0T).N', 1). V. 7.8. omllMirii-'tA. II. Hanson, European, $1.00 and'u- pG. X'. A , Chicago, III, American, $1.50 to 2,50 UK L, HARPER, W. A. Kkllond, l La A. G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. Flrst-clashotel. No llguora. PAIfliER, AND ATTORNEY- - AX -- LAW, Convenient tofamilyand places of InterU. U. alcUAUTA, cars spU somebody, I be HOUSE A. G. 1. A., St. Louis, Mo. Uhainino, Kai.souin NO, est. Most central location, and uleaa' No. 2. 120 S. Fourdi-Ro- oui OUAZINO AMlllAltllM C(i riMnlllii for vourlata and Blght-e- e knovvV" J. T. Donovan, 177, win tiractlca In all the court of lliu auir ant homo c- - A' l'aducau, Ky. T. X.JU m city. Nl it ooUs as If it JUalleaceC-'t-f. Telephone Collection ol claim iirouiily all. udtal to. ktI luuccAU. Oil. Harlem Ufa. mw ejp .WS Central Kallr nd Din. lut; .May, Juno and July. Gen'l Elective Light and Pofyer Co. Store Lights Kesidence Lights Current tor Fans ,wS C0 w ?rlt ." ei 25cpermonth. 20c C.A $1.60y " SION,:Supt. WC. The rdmore, "- -.. 1 EH, fl 1 jH . IfT" LUfcUflRj . Liquid Jrost J. D. BACON &j DRUGG161S. Special Bargains for TJrfs Week at the Padu- cah Auctionand storage Co. bacon's ono-ha- lf NEWS NOTES. Shelby county Republicans. In- delegates to the state con We have lust opened up twftnty cases of goods rosorvod from tho Horn's structed ti)nk nf St. I.OtllS. WO liaVO llOtCrillllUHl lO vention against a fusion eamtUIaliyior tnllnrlnrr l.nntnmt will give you ,nr1ii , clerk of thu court of appeals 01080 out tuo rcmainuor oiiiis lmmoneo biouk m mu nuik iun WHAT IS IT? A HEAT CUREK. If you nro brdken out with heat LIQUID FROST ' of tho original re ualdcd or blistered by the beat you will always reduced tho prlco of cnclyftnd very artlolo to Just relief ami will euro you In ono night. If ins.nnt The raiders, masked andnrmed, 25 cents price. CLOT 1HN0. Noflo a few of our prices: drug store, Seventh and Jackson, or send ho thankful If vou trv this preparation. Unll nt destroyed a tollgato li Harrison A trial Dottle for lu cents. Boys' All Wool Pants go anil we will deliver ft boltlo to any part of the ct Men's I'.lno nuslnesi Suits, county nud warned tho keftiier to ci for 910, that sold in St. Louis lect no mote toll. KEEP KOOL. CO., Sole Makers, 25c 1 for SEVENTH AND JACKSON. lot 811.00 and $13.00, go ono that sold in St.I.ouIs for il6.00. Men's I'lno PERSONALS 613.00 and 820.00, go In ono lot for f I You Can't Make S f W' rp W i- I" i I jj! Ll ,. t F vs Mon's Very Pino Dress Mr. Frank Fisher ts on the sick Qi.lti. elll. I ItiAil nttil 1nl1nt fc lM pairs Mon's Very l'lno Made, that sold in St....,Louis . ,. lit tminv. .,., ,. ,ov Cut Shoos, worth 3) 1U.DU io for Ike Kohn left last night for Crcal 0'Viot for . through a switch mid wrecked. Jpiings. 125 pairs Ladies' Pino The collective note of the Powers l'lno l'anoy Ttsaa Mon's Col. II. II. Houston left at nuon Sample Shoes, com. too, t Turkey is in effect n notice that l'ants, Custom Mndo, regular for hddyvillc. or high heels, worth T 1 Isprliig 83.00 quality, go for p . tai.OO, go In this salo at J the Ihcssalian border will stand as Mr. Will Hrnkellou hus returned agreed upon by the military attaches from Kcshville Men's Pino Pants, all tho I5O pairs Ladles' Slippers, CTr and that they have determined to . vvw prevent further obstruction which Mr. J. M. lllouson has gone to now stvies. mat som in fords and Sandals St. Louis for 82.60 and 83.50, Detroit on u visit, IWto Pteae from may delay peace. -.-2fli go In ono lot for MolKS Pino lersoynna uaiMr. E. O. Yancey went down into brlcriranlJuderwear, regular Crow's Tail, nor good W The secretary t f the alato execu4 7fi pairs of regular 82.00r 1 Bfeycle from Castings. V Tountssce at uodn. 60c quality, go in this salo at m mX K. tive committee of the National Dem. . . P',UU 100 Men's Pino Sample Straw 9jf Attorney Harrison returned ut Pants go at iNcor:pcrATCD ocrats has olllclally adVised that del7 MONARCH M through. A noon from n trip cast. QarrJaTV75o OC egates to the statu cotnentinn have Hoys' J2.60 Suits go in thlaifcf 9C Hats, regular price and f 1.25, going nt 4) been selected in 110 jbut of the 1 l'J Tho Y. W. K T. U. will meet with lofor comities in tho sta(e. Among the Recrf tonight at 7:30. Mrs. DON'T MISS THESE BARGAINS. -delegates will ho many men who Mr. Geo. D. Suxstcr.uf Siullhlaud, were Brynn supporierslast year, and came down this moiintj. their apearauce at the convention MajorT. T. Jones lilt at nooi for will further strengthen the claim that PADUCAH AUCTION AND a trip to Tcniictsoe. i the National Democracy has the flip-po- rt Mr, W. L. lisl, of M Loiih. of the best of thpso who have 22Sjand 230jCourt St. Cor. 3d &lCourt. the Hotel UllbeJto. always beeu looked' upon as the A. J. Plait, of Collins Hie, Va . is strength of tho Democracy. at Hotel Gilberlo. G. Vcito and P. Ycttor; Kellum The strike of.Coal miners along lK 9 TWO DEFEAT w Mis Mary Uallorau has coir ! and Grimm. rivets In the Pittsburg district Is Rowling Gncn on u visit ucnernl. many miners who W Second game: Mr. and (Mrs. T. 11. Fmrli'igli Imvo ciutruuU Innings 12345G7 r b 0 working under iron-cla- deposit n.id . We want bright Is What the Iiidituis Heaped tit forfeited their returned tol'uducah to reside I having II Evansvllle . 0 0 0 0 12 0- -3 joined thu strikers. Labor commis1 1 Mrs. Jnkdv Thompson left tli's Henderson. 2 0 5 10 4 12 Washington sioners and others who uie nnxiiiihto morning for Louisville t u a viit. 1 Miller and Allow a v arid Vctter; arbitrate are arriving at l'ittltng, evcrywheiy El McGary left ihi Mrs. W. GnmtfUt llcl'lac(l Grimm. An Inhibition but there Is no indication of in demorning for Mdisoiivillo m a u MONARCH CYCLE MFG. CO. sire on the parijof the operatiis t" AT TKUKE 1IAUTK. Today WUbSiiHlyun, InJ. Mr. and Airs. Vielo. Vim De Male Leaden. New York 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 G 1 i 1 irbllrate the iiucliou. The coal supcMcaco T.tlaute Gmids delivereil to any part of city. left this .morning for CiriiaHii eek-ye2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 -7 1G 3 ply at I'illsbunf will last two Cairo ' Springs. sUmpj for Monarch retaliated, yesterday Henderson Snil rliie SeveraT inb'ts at scattered T Williamson and Abbott; Price and g PUylnj Carta. ReguUr 50c arta. Mr. Wrii. Kiiday, the well known for the defeats she receivedx hero at Kcllncr. points haveresumed work at the rati Louisvillu insurance maj, is at the the hands of the li'dhns. j lemandedly tho strikers. sCIIKMJLK FOB TODAY. Two yames were played' and t!ie Palmer. V times IIUATIIICAI. TKIIJI. Padueah will play an exhibition Rev. 11. E. Reed left at noon for home team was defeatedboth Fulton to took after his mission Manager Pears, ovimj'to the illness game at Sullivan, Ind. of WoodlocK, played shortstop, with J work. AGENTS. VBESKNT STASUINO OK CUIUS. The result of the on Mrs, J. R Smith and son, Jim, Noonanwa-- : first. l'J.yiol Wou ivr CVnt Clut games j ' left at noon for Indianapolis, on a an .Ml . . CNE5?Tr7n7MT.k iioi'SK.) AT IlENPKUSON. .WD l lltiPOKT. 37 r KTKUtvai WE1THEH visit to relatives. N M 31 I WaDtntlm Fir-- t game: . f 7:!HM A. M. im a XI ivrfwlliuti Mrs. A. R. Tieknor returned last .11 ! li o I'ilUC.lt 5 6J 3 9- -r .M 'Office Hours 12 I'. 31. 34 night from an extended visit to In- Inuiiigs a SI . . 63 J Hi I Weduday. Iwl Fair touight and 0- -9 I 13 3 Cairo a Henderson 2 0 0 0 5 V. M. Tdcphon 364 I dianapolis. I Pi v&wC 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 -G 12 3 Pad.i.ah THE BIG LEAGUE. Miss Ella lielle Hemmcllei, of Williams AJr.NTlON. Ljuisville, arrived at no in on a visit Siautoii. ami Belt; rAduoff nud AMERICA KEED3 ".HE VORLD. VUSTKUKAY S (1AJIKS. FAT MKAKEfiY BRED to Miss Allli Fisher. Second yaine: mall, 5 ; New York, S. App doled, lilUIPIino " uilllllllr oil l'riiiirt School Trustee Miss Emma itml left this after-n- o Inn G 7 r h e ns 12 3 l 5 Arr Milppril (rum I Liiltril Mnlr.i PUtsburg, "J ; Washington, 13. ' , 1 Superintetdent County jii for Anderson, lua , ou a visit Heidtrsou 1 8 1 0 0 6 3 0 Tl e r.ti;ftie hhl icils of frorn Loui-vill.- ;. 10; Philadelphia, 7. Tlniiao vpjiterdavV annotated Mr. Joe to Mrs. J. L, Kilgore. D 2 pouhry recently luai' nm New York 0 2 0 0 Padueah Chicago, 13; Brooklyn, U. Kaufman a trustee in the Mcore (ustiM'SKof the S. SECOND STMET, PADUCAH, KT. Misses Fannie Clime and Lane lo 1' irope xutrgests I Cleveland, 2; Boston, 8. Geralds and Belt; D.mling and I school house district The appoint en!.' 011 which the firoed urrancc- Neflzer, of MelmpolN, are visiting Stanton. St. L mis, 5 ; Baltlmone, 9. meat is made to III a vacancy oc- - relatives on Monroe c'rvnt. uirntt fur feeding ti worlil aic now rulnnrd liv a tie- rXote at the last :nrnwl out. When .irrloa unit dlv DKTAILEP cCOf.T. HOW TIIKY STAND. j -- ( Mrs. StUbblelleld uud Miss Addie ' rrViain'ir1 'j ' I'otrrrd buxem in th A.rKPat l!umpran Tin V " l election. Thu Henderson "Gleaner" of this, cluU rs rt JBlfwi l'UTrd Won Lost I'rr Ont llfi Loaf Ever Draini Byrd have gone to Canada to attend produce murkcU coutiiwl liy theilnen (II VI .730 II . Ins morning contains the following naston ' rom tho Epworth League convention. 41 an Oven. .rj ut holrale ami had mlnils liahtltiutril Ep worth Leakuers Off. baseball, uMmw''."! M 21 iccountof theA'wo games of 41 .Ml ta to the "irreat frros"a tlu lark's: iucju-nr- o BrVSl : i Mr. L. M. RIeke was taken sud played yesterday between Henderson liwYork Two coaches of Epworth'Leagtiers, a V)1 3D 31 of numerical quallm Now urate en route from Miufssippi to Toronto, denly ill this forenoon and kad to be aim rauueau: 3.1 3U nruirn nblijjvil to count our VKf aed tliWI.ciu A1 31 RANK KIRCHHOFF Ulllo hair. a passed through od tra'u 204 at 1 carried home in.n carriage. 5U i 37 3D KyrShik": . .4 IS nnT oajie. not o.o.el.v by Hie prons, jiut li the mil3. o'clock this morning. Hon. Chas. Reed left this afterEverything was lovely and the ?a year K Spin in I actually WiLL SEE TrWJfOl) ARE WELL FFO. lion Ionn. 3.S "a?" ss K3 "The cIomj of aSiueceuful eanf. 3S .3S7 noon for Louisville, to attend the goose hung high nt thoAiaseball park Wihi'nKto'n .'.'.'.'.'.' 133,000,000 ilnren epR, u Marriage iriOravi es 13 .ao ment," Harlfni .iff M LouU Sound Money convention tomorrow. yesterday f r tho Henderson fans. "i."i' 000 for tlnn. Ten million J Who'll Yes, we're overstocked Robeit Morris (and Mrs. Senia of thrru one from Jmierlca. A took iwrhcautiful saines IIOOK TITI.U.IM.IISTII ATUD. V sciiKot'LK ton TODAY. Irulr Mr. ly II. Cunningham, of Graves II iidpr-ir.luh Utlirmiiij a kil.l hraA -. of Fancv Larmx were Vrl Iu 1S9G niilanfiitnorlrd OTO.ooo eii Ih.ut-.Hget rid of CnrtHlnpehelp us? We've gotto county, returned homo today, after frou the Paduoabs, the last being a' Philadelphia at Louisville. iiUUiH bMn married today. humlrHwflKht of frozen loef from Ul MAK.ltYllltKAl) Washington at Pittsburg. seveu inniug game. a visit to friends and relatives in the and nlertlfce tlinn that amount il.ftntiothln N Summer Shoes. This is July Tho ll. t (."OC was a hard fought Baltimoraat St. I. u'. Irom the Phltoii State. A mar! et. in Tank Kircr.iM.c For a few d vsorfly Riley's oty. 7 l.llk I.l. , ..H.. Kr-t" 0rn..ur Ji4 Brooklynht Chi ,; . battle and wasvirtually wou iu the wh 13j3 London or IjiS'ew York would often Miss Fuuaie Chase, of Creal and just the time you need them. Cb. Photos yoc perrittiz. I O..I, l rt irui bAlm. In Iralnn hitting on the Cuiiiunati. inidiip . NewYorK at how nrtiinXhe space of too fert prodSprings, and Mi3 Lane Neftzger, of tlfth S..) ItirrlmTrarr JUNTAS UX)0. ' costucts frrm ytcry part of the world, the iu.i itiu un lnir Boston a't Clce'and. Suit for Profowioiinl Services. Metropolis, are visiting Mrs. L. P. part of the h nie team and two KICIIIIOKr.SlXX)ll' shipment iii.d prentatiuii of lilch ly errors made by Pears and Murray. Dr. J. D. Smith llled a suit yester Jones, on Weair Monroe. sver thousniids of miles of Innd mid Vuur itnvr, M'liil TROPHY SHOOT. a rik, Sudhoff did the twirling for the visday against JoseplC. Rosenberg for Miss Florctfce Dabney, of Cadiz, water Jae been made Kimlblp by the Ami l.nly In a r,r by Hitak. IUliir llrrju Hock. itors, and he is no. slouch if lie is asked hat an insurance left for $104, and ' bomy today, accompanied by , liroeeanf 'chilling." on KlrSju.lI' you're dims policy be attache. The policy is on Miss Edna Lynn, who is to be her "tuck on him himself. He did some Tho Cun Club Hold-- the I lrht of Altlionpli the horror of plague mid JVb.11 .iuc Klrlil 2S ,y htr a.ltllij Oil an, to tlic Season. very effective work.1- but was not our Mk will want n.iihtrkluu qoality in his wife, who died Sunday. The guest for a' few weeks. fjinlfie In India, exUtinr while we hare Buys choice of style and supported as he should', havu been Tho tournament bbool of the Pafood product unused In thin country, A ul.trat ic ! Kin ibrira'ttaon, Nos. 1 to 3. See our odds and plaintiff alleges he Mlended her dur11 n ii- iniljr Mi. John Lane, of Noah's Ark, l Illptb loi, There 'was au incident in thf sev- dueah Gun Club yesterday at La W-Js-Hry'i aZd kligw that the niacliiiirn of distribution Atlit c lUUIliun, alillinlnit1. IckrU dni ing her illness. ends. and enth that smacked at tiie miraculous Belle park was attended by a small left this morning for Toronto n Mill cry Imiierfcet, It Is better now mu C1T i.Aiir.lll UICKAI) I Minted. Brighton, Canada, to spend a month and made things look'blue for a mo crowd. ADtl Klrebhua ll.ikrri uploilaip I'i.iii it ii rr has boon Iu hUtnry. .) cnercct'c boy to at his boyfwod home. Mr. Bert ment to the fans. Neville is a good A 1 lie rcfrictrators lu ented dnrlnp the The gold injiunted cleauingrod ofWhite Canvass Shoes. "" j r." ."'' ii"rL" .wu; u, .vircniionj ,..-- . carry papers. Must be able to read Alcombrack lutw charge of the store batter, and lie certainly got in his fered by Hank Bros. & Jones was aft trn enr hao pructlcnlh rrvolu tlonlzetl UUtriliutlnn, and In ilolnir to o II joud haveyuur and write fairly Fell and be willing during Mr. Lnnb's absence. Ho rapped wou by Mr. Sanders Fowler Ith tuJ- - gootl work through accident. bae contlrmed 'the supreinauy of tlio I A'.ttTiW- - ' i"!'!" omi. one lot to work. Applwat the St'N ofllce. Mr, E. J. Evans, Jr., of the Illi- out what should have beeu a single Mr. Milt Ingram won l li kegs of 1 lot child's, 8 to 11, 48c; I nlted States as thu world rrreateat . KllillllliKrs ixioin nois Central railroad company at over third basa. lly some hook or powder. misses' 12 to 2, 58c. Just the provider. i.eryoiH-Kimwtnnt uernUe inspecting the Tactory. Canton, MissX stopped off to visit crook the honu hidu tangled itself up Dr Jimtnie Lang won the other snap for chilhren. rntnb.vtheblllionbitiilirls.but It monly Mr. II. P. Milestone, of the Stan- relatives onSouth Eleventh street. in the grass ofl left field." Red Ash-for- d trophies. "Ilculde the lion ne llri arllmh." Uf 1 lot women's (sizes broken) white hen uobein to i('Oi t igitund kiuI-tr- y dard Oil barrel company, St. Louis, He is on his way to the Centennial dug for it. but in vain, and The olllcinl o.ire Is as fodovs: by the million doren and the tliou-anduck. 50 cents. is in the city. lie has been inspect tons, and tho humble hfii proniiiH's when it was discovered Neville had pat. calf low shoes, First event, leu bird", for gold 1 lot men's s atNashvile. Vo liu ing tho Standard Oil Company to brlnu In more money fnim abrond Alan's Second Hand $1.19, cheap at $2.00. The marriage of Mr. Lem Ogilvie reached home andywns resting easy cleaning rod; wui by Mr. S. A Notice to Suliscrili$ri. than tho hnuphty steel UiidiMtr, Hint low shoes, stave factory n Stiles. It way luck, indeed Fowler, scoring ten straight; Scott, .viuiusui such as CoBto, 1 lot men's Kangaroo folk will lake ou the bench. and Miss BeWe Wool All of oiircurrlor htoMnrc Mip-pliniKl1iilitlcs of ac bepln to realize the SKCOM O.VMK, 1); Digram, 8"?UalV). 8; 1'iepcr, 9; iv.., , iiuiamuii aiKHs, arm pay $1.98, were $3 to $5. Cab. PhotosJOGc thetfoz. Riley's place at 10:3U o'clock tomorrow with rccolpt hooks knd siilv sur rratneM- .- N V. Wprld. jini-.iur nr.me ir not w orn 1 lot miases black and brown strap Soifth Third street. morning at tho' residence of the The second game of ball yesterday Brutus, 7: B irnoU. 7; Cuiiser, 8; hcrlborM arc requested to thluro-cuipt- s Cottage GallcH Km) much. ou can send tl em to 13j3 bride, 721 Broadway, Rev. W. 11. lasted only seven Inulncs, but it was Richard, 9; HnyerHj Rives, 9; slippers, 75c, were $1,00. for :'! its on us or wowil call for them. t; Lang, 7; V0 a little gem, nnd It was an example Boyd, 85 Coohiau, Pinkerton otllciating. Misfit. h:i.i Pub. Co, Dcutli on navu 1)0 BOk:lt.ra Dr. KdwardsVSricelallV.Kves.Kbr. s ball playing. It Smith, 7 ; Winston, 9. of somo aged .'10, Mrs. RarberV colored Nnie nnd Throat, I'adWdi, Kv. lv Second event, fifteen J lur Is, silver t"aielle Park, "Gyp, was snappy, To the great credit of LAWl'Vt.UK, 2I.'ICout8t'. d:ed last night at her home on Fi.st VbeTonight at the Padueah boysylt must bo saiil keg W. A. smokeless pivler Won Comedy. I Heiress." Lore of funferal took place tostreet The that they had us iiueh ginger in the oyair. fli. ii'gnim. mixing iiueon V. Friday; July 16, we will give 20 day. ; tailet . 12 ; Pilast as the first They are clever. straight; Scott, TALKED all low Age and AtlllctiohyMl.v. per cent, off on any and is n barrel of per, 10; Brutus, 7Ii ; Burnett, 10; First Baseman Noonan shoes (jobs not Included), Goods Austin TravisVgcd aubut GO or fun himself. lie lakes jokes uud is Courcier, 12; Rich'an'', 13; Hoyer, be fitted on 70 years, and Sam Moon , who is Cluis Murpliy Wus Clmrscd Willi pretty glib himself in returning the 14; Rives, 14; F sold in this sale must r, 11; Boyd, and paid foro'get benefit of dis handicapped by one leg being off, 12; Cochrau, 15; 1 same. ', 12 ; Smith, llclnft Drunk. A Pc. count UriUg US your rcpuua. both eolorcd, were chained with Peter Dowlinir, Esq., the left- - t2; Winston, 13. Chas. Murpby, of Nashville, was handed darling of the Paducahs, was Third event, teu birds, can Alarm light Ids in Judge Sanders' U'uuri this ' moraine They were flae II'$l and found in an alley asleep in tho wco in the box auJJ he did some beautiful smokeless powder Won by Mr. Insins' hours by Olllcers Eakcr and work. His south paw curves weic gram, tnakiug 9 ; Richards, 8 ; Laug, costs each. 0:r this mornink. The charge was so mysterious to eight of Hender- 8; Piper, 7; Brutus, 8; Hoyer, 8. The Robins jlass and Qaccbsware plain drunk. Fourth event, ten birds, fifty loadson's hard hitters that hey died so ondaydJuly 13, Co.'s special sale When nrraignel before Judge San- - dead from the effects of fawlng that ed shells Won by Mr, J. M. Lang, bezius on: lers this morning he begged for If - they never knew what hit them. A making ten bliaf-ht-; I Richards, 9 ; i .Inn. Tin Top Jelly Glasses ' aMZzc per ency, saying hy had been here out u three-baggfrom McCoy, a bit each Piper, 9 ; Ingrim, a ; Brutus, 8 ; dozen. few daj's and had worked for tie from Griflln and' Blakey and 11 Hoyer, 9. lasses nt42c p Jr Scott Hardware Company long wild throw of Gforer from center Glass Top Jell enough to buy him a pair of shoes. field to third gayo us three rims dozen. THi: HOUSES CAN'T D IT -AND each. Water Bottles, Murpliy had 400 much "blarney," iu the fifth inning and won the game. di lb auccrs at 7nc and if he hailu't talked so much China Ice Cren Geralds was 111 the box for tie, Kvcnll Die 'I own CowUnn Itiinut Some n( ifeat wculd perhaps riot have had to work set (C), worth $K2fi I Henderson's and did excellent work. mf) I out a $1 fin "XTX Sl.uusct (ti), worth 1.50 He so puzzled five of the Padueah llenn Niiiimly and Dr. Nelson Plates, dhenp at li.25 China r Contains some of the oldest pounders that they sawed out. were .fli.cd $5 uud costs each iu X i ' luwiiziit uiiju n ello Park. "G.w, set, will sell for 76c per set Jt ny tu Warner, of St. Louis,, umpired the Judge ''amlei8,,nint today for drugs known to man, yet the China Butter bislicf, wef 0 7fie, ti10 Iifclrcstf,"! L0H3 of Comedy. games and it must bosaid that lie lluir yspecdve hoisps to npi application of them is the new- now 8Gc oach. ki ows his bus iticss, lie will s'and at lafpiJ. Nuuui-I- ) ela'med at first thing under the sun. Have est In Biue Bouu no chafing nnd so gies tho players that his horse got o.it, and that it . Cream Pitcuefs at lfto you used it for heat? Stops jwtie V1tl1 ono exception to understandwas not Lis iileutioii to permit it to Awarded In t'10 sixth inning', when he called a run that burning, itching annoy- 20c. ?cn, were Highest Honors-Worl- d's nt 1'irifp. Jt wtfy 'iown, how Pitfchei's, 25 Fair, trike, which was clearly a foul, and ance that kept you awake last 40c. ever, that the nutiiniy had been out I I see let in two ruiia tor the visitors, his my night for h' inmith. Judge Gold MedahMidvlnter Fair. night at once. It sells for 25 Ico Creaio Saucers, Uu sec (61. work was good. Sanders agri nl f thu defendant du cents. were 25c. I The "News ' jestcday slated sircil to luU'iilu e any estlmouy to Salad BoVls,,20o rach j wero 35 v .1 that a man who once played third nu now to sii.peiid tho Judgment. Mantle Rare Bargains 1 aal base for Padueah is nowvplnyiug with Table Ornaments; GOINOTnTToL'ISVILLE. Brooklyn, in the National League. For Cash Ionday, Jily l'J Vu:irs ago when This is a mistake 1315 1 Only. , M- -. W. A. Ivolltj' had his nrn. To Attend tlu B .iiiKl .Honoy Oom- T.M BkOADWAY. Napoleon Bpuaparte GranLs, n PADUCAH KY. broken, a iiiaii mimulScJlviiklo played ticratlc Coiivcdtlon. I shanty boater, was arrested at 6:30 third bate until be recovered". This The following delegates will leave o'clock last evening by Olllcer Tobu is the one whom tho "News" got Money refunded if it does not cure. Etter ou a charge of maliciously mixed with Shindle, tho Biooklyu tonight for Louisville to aticnd tho MARION Democratic convention which conshooting at J0I1I1 Hiinilton. lie whs 'eaguu pby or. venes (omorrow : Makers, dncd $50 and cAjsLs b Judge Sau. AT KVASSVIiLf;, H. Puryear, HeiiryBnrnrttT-- T. Body NotJiecoverud. ilcrs this morngT Marion, Ind. wl First "ainui Chas Roed, John Suihott, Sr., Dr. ri The remains of Gid Dollar, I 28 I 5 G 7 8 9 r 11 u J. ., Holland, Richard Rudy, Frank Inuiugs at Uo foot of Trim' wadrow.ied . promptly to any inrt of jthii tl y 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 Evausville Shutt, J. L. Friedman, W. II. A Nre drape Cream of Tartar Pewter. atret while in wimmlDg Saturd iS E. Bdrf rolephoao:2P. Wasbingtun 00102O20x-- 5 63 Hook, S. A. Fowler. WC9TW?"' yet b 40 YEARS TlrlE STANDARD. bava not J .... $45( Dress buns, pairs of Mon's Flno mpie Shoos, broken sizes, wk rth 81.70, 8200 and ?2.!:3, 200 $7JVJ tQ C( col mono SO lot at $K00 bo u delegatu pairs Mon's Very Pino I Shoes worth 82.50, 82.75 and Ui r 00 go In ono lot nt statu county. T r Cf) g jTfe An rr 82-0- 75c 7 The first dtoorduly deed blnre 'ho beginning of the miners' strike was reported from New Strattsyillo, O., where eight cars of coal, standing on the siding, were run down grade K. Ilcndfluk Mill to thu Democratic convention from Livingston You wantJtbtfTbest you can e least money--- nnat a .we well, hat's just what T " nave 1 Refriae mors... ij We have the only one" with the ice betweeri the provis ion chamber. Sefe.it before you buy. H ,! $2.50 $1.75 JC 5 T IBr PVlIjV r W ?Vk ff .25c I 2s J - 8a Every Inch a V iJiy j 1 .J, 4Jf Cf. yfmt urnett Streets. 43 ii3snaaa2KS8!23i!H 4) STORAGE CO. n HE W rnuT rT4.,xjU. t triio lCalri3 GROGBRY Corner Twelfth and V Bicycie! X Jkj F A V 2 .T two-ce- nt t5 wj99ur 2 d 0-- 1 vi-i- 1 0-1- GfLLMfN Or.med. s Store, 'ime Newest Stool The Lowest Prices. J 5c SON. -- -" t. 1 & SONS. Albert Bernheim. 20 North 5th Street, 3-- ij oi 7-- LOCAL I ol 03 15 mmP' r Ml . -- I . , Overloaded! .! Tttk9?! ' m lt po-!n- p -- m 1 Aui-trail- s, J ' sat .yt bi rrll tiil 60 Cents.) licuy l - 111 - 1 -- widc-nwake- d V NOTICE. cd 20 per ct, Discount liit L "' first-clas- vrooHcor 1 1 'rBMMHHipnpHaw will duj or th ZLSULAJUlJUULMm Lskiu. Material good as grows fac simile of what Ellis, Rudy & Phillips. ALLADAY er Dermatine... lu - .. t ETNATB CYCLES! $50 i u: STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE! - You have got to pern before you can realize how good they are 11 4 DRUG STORE JAMES W. GLEAVBS & BSONS, AGENTS CYCLEO., CREAM eil BAKING POTHER 2-- 244 ttVWVI' . i . V XW1 If fill VtfJ ill IT ifllUBMar aal