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Paducah daily sun (Paducah, Ky. : 1896) Paducah daily sun (Paducah, Ky. : 1896) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Sun Publishing Co. Paducah, KY 1898 pac1898022301_sn85052118 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Paducah daily sun (Paducah, Ky. : 1896) Paducah daily sun (Paducah, Ky. : 1896) Sun Publishing Co. Paducah, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- "5 SMft"M&VG '(t T' The Sun's circulation - books are always open to the Advertiser The PaducaH3 Daily Sun. PADUCAH, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FKIMUAKY 23 1898. Clean, newsy, bright, the Sun entertaining Do you read it? 3 TEN CENTS A WEEK VOLUME II-NU- MBKK liJ7 Nelson Soule's War Thought to Be Unavoidable. The Nation's Coast Defenses Being Strengthened More Hurriedly Than Yesterday. f MUNICIPAL A Woman the Mayor Sent Returns ami does to the lercil to bo one of tha finest on this Its length was 2,575 feet continent. nud all is burned. Tne custom house under construction and nearly competed, was damage to tho amount of 8800,000. The total I033 of wharf, custom house nod merchandise is nearly 82,- Away ooo;ooo. 1 I I J VV'VV-VV1kWITH PRIDE AND PLEASURE WE SAY V fkenciFuojTb explosion. t KpfrUvcs Were Lost, but Considcra-- " hie Damage Was Done. ...Balm for the l'oor House Park Improvements. Foot Hrldge to Skin imentary popularity upon merit alone. Can always be gotten at his drug store. It has won its way into its present compl- Hfiimisli Cruiser Vizcayu Leaves New York Harbor Tonight, Hut Iter Destination is 11 monitor and although not as effective as a scaboat, as a battleship in the smooth waters of the harbor sho would probably be ublc to hold her own ugaiust almost any doublc-turretc- d craft. Kalhlni; tlio Ma I no, New York, Feb. 23. The Mcrritt & Chapman Dcriick and Wrecking it made many years ago, and proves itself a perfect remedy MUCH SUFFERING ON THEISLAND, company signed contracts with the government to raise tho battleship and toilet article for the uses Maine. Their most powerful tug, indicated by its title. tho Monarch, now nt New York, will Thousands of Unfortunates Aic proceed at onco to Havana. Tlio Monarch will be followed by other Starving on the Streets of tugs, and the work will be begun iu soon as possible. Cuban Cities No Help It holds fast the Secret. Contracts Made For many friends From Spain. CUBAN KKL'UltTS HELD BACK Gold J. pish Oolil I"tsli Agents AUTONOMY HAS BEEN PROVEN A FAILURE. Tlio House Will l'robably Not lie Permitted to Take Any Action on the Question at Present. Washington, Feb. 23. It is stated will bo the policy of the House lenders to prevent, as far us possible any agitation of matters relating to Cuba or the Mainu disaster in the Pending the reImmediate future. sult of theoillcial investigation, they believe it is wise and the part of good public policy to maintain silence. As Chairman Ilitt, of the foreign affairs committee, is conllncd to his home by a bad cold, it is probable that no meetings of that committee will be held until ho returns to bis It is understood seat iu the IIouc. that tho report of the 6tate department to be mado in answer to tho House resolution of inquiry regarding the situation in Cuba will uot be It is mndc for a week or ten days. explained that tho work of preparing tho consular reports, which will be transmitted, will require considerable time. Hesidcs these reports, it Is stated, must bo scanned by Assistant Secretary Day in person, and tho demands ti)on his time at present arc vciy-grc- al and'hc has little leisure to give to this work. We have just received a new shipment of gold fish in nil .sizes, Consul General I.ee So lteport. from 13c U) . apiece. We have Itellcvcd to Ijid the Hopes only a few line Japanese pccials of Sptmiili lCnlc In left. Call .ind sec them or teleCuba. phone 237. that it D.IBA.CON & CO. . . F l ''. i r ' r. fit. W cr m. ft ". LJC Washington, l'cb. 23. It is believed hero today that a rupture with .Spain is unavoidable. Fvery thing ZOLA CONVICTED. about the nation's capital points to war. Tho departments of war nnd tho navy arc the scenes of the most defenses of The lli'iive Defi'iuler of Dreyfus feverish activity. of The big cities on the Washington nnd the coast arc being pushed even more Gets One Year's Imprishurriedly than yesterday. onment. The cruiser Marhlehcad has been ordered from New Orleans to Key West. A l.lulit Sentence Is (liven livl Tho Spanish cruiser Viscaya leaves New York harbor tonight, but where ileutlv to lMcn.ic tlio Mob. Is unknown. Sho coaled last night and yesterday. It is believed that New York, Feb. 23. ltullctins tho cruiser will go to Havana. Olllclal reports from Cuba are to nay that Zola, tlio French novelist who h been on trial for libelling leading tho --effect ;that 11,000 destitute French otllcinls, was to1ay convicted jwrsons arc starving to death on the and sentenced to one year's imprison- streets of tho city of Malanzas alone Tlic Inquiry Sessions aro All In Reports from other cities aro of a ment. Secret. similar nature. The reports, which Captain Washington, Feb. 23 Oppoo;tlic Torco Hill. aro olllcial, seem Incredible. Sigsbec, of the Maine, was the first A I.awrcueeburg, Ky., Feb. !M. Washington, Feb. 23. A letter witness before the naval court of ing of the democrats of was received today from Consul Gen- quiry, which assembled in Havana Anderson county was held at the eral Lee by tho state department Monday for tho purpose of ascertaincourt house Monday afternoon to saying that autonomy has proved an ing the origin of the explosion which consider the Gocbcl election bill. absolute failure iu Cuba. This was destroyed the war vessel. The meeting was organized by tho se- .Spain's last hope of retaining Cuba The sessions arc secret, and Cap-tni- n lection of Air. John Dowling as Samson, who is president of and it is now believed that Spanish chairman, mud J. 51. II. llirdwbisllc, rule is doomed on the is'and. the board, has distinctly announced . Itlce, Messrs. J. as secretary. to tho press that absolutely nothing Thomas McMurray and J. M. l'oscy Feb. 32. It is will bo divulged as to the nature of Washington, committee on reso- learned from a high diplomatic were appointed a the testimony until the inquiry is lutions, and brought In tho following source that the representatives of closed. It warns tbo public not to report, which after n thorough dis- three of the leading nations of Kuropc eredit any premature reports, assum cussion, was adopted without a dis- here have advised their goAcrnmcuts ing to tell what tho court is learning senting voico: that they record war between the from day to day. Captain Samson 1. The mases of tho people of United States and Spain as inevitable gives out no statement as to tho probKentucky, irrespective of party, and that open hostilities can not be able duration of the Investigation, and will dctnaud, honesty and positioned longer than two weeks. but it is not believed that there will fairness at tho ballot. Their advices are based on inform- be a day wasted by the court. , "2. The proposed change m the ation obtained from Havana as well conis While i election law of Kentucky is not only as from Washington. It is learned centrated,interest largo naturally upon degree, to a of alradical to a degree that makes it Accident Feared. that investigations have been in quiet Havana, the indications hero leavo Mrs. Tabitha Dcrriugton Dies most revolutionary, subversive of tho progress in Havana through consular Pneumonia. New York, Feb. 23. It is believed no doubt that the situation is omidemocratic principled, but It U wholly representatives of tho governments in now that the Yukon river boat Agate nous. Mrs. Tabitha Dcrtiugton, aged CO, which sailed three weeks ago has sunk uncalled for by uny public require- question, who, though acting sepaof near Kppcrson, this county, died I ment, or cveu by any party necessity. rately, hayo reached tho unanimous GLADSTONE. last nhhl iu Graves county, after an with her 50 crew an passengers. 3. Tho present laws of npjolntlng conclusion that tho responsibility for Mil. AND MRS. illness of less than a week of pucu- cluclion ollkcrs for counting the the wreck of tho SJalno lies very ou questions of closely at tho doors of certain Span- Kcturucd a Itoyal Visit and Went to monia. The deceased was wife of votes and passing the lato Mr. I). C. Dcrrington and contest have been enacted wholly by ish olllccrs who wero prominently Kourncmouth. leaves four sons. Messrs. G. W., J. tho democratic party. During prac- connected with the Wcylcr regime. Loudon, Feb. 23. Mr. and Mrs. II., W. A. and 1. N. Dcrriugton, tically all tho tiino siucc the war the We desire to inronn the Gladstone have gone to Hourncmoutli. and one daughter, Mrs. Mollie democratic party has been in tho asTHE NEW WARSHIPS, public that the expected 1 On their way to tho railroad station in the state, and, as the very cendency shipment of the celebrated The funeral will take place tomor 1 last campaign resulted in n sweeping Kcarsano nud Kentucky the Nearest thoy drove to Marlborough IIouso Syniso-ni1 and inscribed their names iu tbe visi- row morning at 10 o'clock at and signal victory for that party, so llurial at the Lylo burial Completed. tors' book, thus returning the visit that tho pica or prctenso that a change Monday of the Priuce and Princess ground. Itev. Warner Moore, Jr., of tho law Is desired in order to pro- Washington, Feb. 23. In addi- of Wales. of Benton, will conduct the services. euro a fair chance for democrats at to tlio other preparation of war tho polls is wholly specious and with tion being mado by tho navy and FEELING HIGH out foundation, in fact. The best that are $2,000,000 LOSS. attenWe has at last arrived. way to assure war departments, considerable way tho only proper is being given to tlio early comwould he pleased to have democratic success is for tho parly to tion Nicliolasville, Kr., Feb. J3. The tho five battleships that arc Fire Destroys hc Wharf and Custom pleased to have our customhoncstlp descrvo it and fairly win it. pletion of iu course of construction at Newport feeling hero against the state troop3, ers who buy them by the House at Tatnpico. Monday to guard the News, San Francisco and Philadel- Who arrived Onr LeuislatoiM at Work. box fo telephone No. 1S0 and some tollgnlca, Is Tlic Moutcrcy, Mexico, Feb. i'P Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 23. Tlio phia. Secretary Long nnd cougrcss people refuse rather bitter, courteous and wc will deliver them to treat llicin arc anxious to ascertain how soon I10U8O today passed tho Associated new wharf at Tatnpico, constructed Kcipt. promptly, ly. In spite of this, however, the l'rcss bill, and advanced tho Uron-sto- n these ships of war can bo made ready bovs aro condui'tiuii themselves by the Central railroad, under governMcpherson. Prison bill, although the repub- for duty in case hostilities aro begun. handsomely, and attending strictly ment supervision, wa totally destroy With this object iu view conferences The lire started ed bv lire Sunday. licans worked hard to defeat it. to business. They encouutcred no in a boxcar on the cast end of tho A hard fight is on against tho hnvo been held both at tho Capitol raiders last night. bill. The opponents of the aud tho navy department with tho wharf and quickly spread to tho Gocbcl sheds. Tho cauec of tho fire is unbill arc in secret caucus today. Cap- contractors for tlio ships and tho repUiK Failure. tain Stono, Congressman Owens and resentatives of the armor plate comMurray, Ky., Feb. 23. Asher known. Tho Ward line steamer aud panies. Of the live battleships unwas alougsido the wharf many other leaders nio against the Graham, one of tho oldest and lnrg. (aJiill, yet tho tSocbelites claim to be der contract, tho Kcarsago and Ken est dry goods merchauts in tho city, turned the Hrst stream on thu lire, tucky arc tho ones nearest comple ivnil. and to CSCaDC the ablo to pass it. tho surpriso of hut tion. They aro bciug built nt New assigned today, to lloiiin. olm l.ml If. olnnin llf ill.) nViir. I Tn Cure Cmntlimtloii forever. port News, Va., and arc more than everybody. A. Hobiuson, the engineer in charge Canilv Cathartic. 10o oriV. Tako Cabarets cure. ilruMlbti uioutij s completed. C. Jail 10 t C. C of the construction, while lighting the Smallpox Spreading. They arc to be launched uext Vineville, Ky., Feb. 'J3. Small- .lames, was Injured by falling timbers month, nnd tho company has inform- pox hero is spreading. Six deaths and will probably die. Tho coned Secretary Long that, if necessary, are reported in tho mountains and struction of tho wharf was commenc- Druggists. i they can hnvo tho boats ready for the ed in July, 1806, and it was consid- - 412 Broadway. ten now casc3. jL-tHow much we appreciate the government by December next. " dainty odors of (lowers at this season! It isn't for all of us, however, Tlic Terror to Heplncc tlic Maine. to enjoy them as flung from nature's Washington, Feb. 23. In expla censers; but there is always the kiml created by perfumes "sweet fragraucc nation of tho order given Monday to cased in glass" the Norfolk Navy lard officials to Tailor-mad- e suits to order for less money than ready-mad- e have tho Terror in condition for ser May Bells, Vassar Violets, ones of same quality. Kverybody can wear a tailor-mad- e vico Secretary Long said this order Crabapple Blossoms, suit at the prices charged by had been given to rcplaco tho Maine, Atkinson White Rose, etc. it being deemed dcsirablo that tho should not fall below 1 favorite will, many armoured licet VarnailOn nnK -- aeryrlcliwiitlaitliii:' a certain number. Thcro was very littlu work to bo dono on the Terror and 48 hours should sulllco to finish I LYME & LYNE'S DRUG STORE It. The Terror is our most powerful I Druggist. mass-meetin- de-sir- o, Montpcllcr, France, Feb. 23. A was exploded yesterday at the residence of M. Mcssiuc, u former Jackson Street Oenorosl-t- y president of the chamber of commerce. Soriods damage was done, of the Standard but there was no loss of life. Oil Company. The police have discovered three smaller bombs In the vicinity of the headquarters of the staff and at the Mrs. Arnnda Allen is the name of railway depot. Screral anarchists have been here a very eccentric old woman who was glad to get back to Paducnh yester fjr some days past. day, after having been sent away, at THAT MEETING her own request, to relatives in Cairo. Those who know her bcliovo that her memory has failed her. She seems to know nothing of her former home, Of Itojiublicans to be in Louis- her friends or relatives. For soiro time, perhaps a year, ville Saturday. sho was in the Home for the Friendless, nnd said she had relatives in .Missouri. Sho was scut there, but Is For tlio Purpose of Harnioni- could find none of her supposed relazing tlic Grand Old Party in tives, and came back. She applied to Mayor Lang for transportation to Kentucky. Cairo last week, and was sent away, She was but returned yesterday. admitted to the poor house by Coun.Much has been said this week of ty Judgo Tully, and now seems tiic proposed meeting of Uepublicans happy. in Louis ille Saturday, it being alToday tho lumber for constructing leged that it is to bo composed solely a foot bridge over the ravine at the of llradlcy republicans and that the x extremity of Jackon street, was meeting is for tho purpose of the republican organisation hauled, and tomorrow the work of constructing the bridge will be done in tho stale. Mr. W. l'rcd Long by the street gang. Tho day follow- aud Cnpt. Fd Farley of this city will ing the gang will be ordered to attend the mcctiug. Mr. Long, who est Hroadwny, to do duelling from is one of (Jovcrnorllradley's staunchThirteenth to Twcnty.fiftb streets. ed fricnls, when asked about the many rumors today said : Tho city is grateful to the Stand"Yes. there will be a meeting of ard Oil company for the use of one republic ins aud friends of Governor Last week, when llradlcy of its large tanks. at Louisville Saturday. The tho water works were suut clown, tiie object will be to promote harmony of the tanks for city borrowed one within tho party and to lay tho founhauling water to the electric light dation for carrying Kentucky at the plant. Mr. Hennctt, local agent for coming state and national elections the Standard Oil company, wrote the This rLCPting has not been hastened facts to headquarters, and Manager becaus' President McKinlcy turned Payne, nt Cincinnati, wrote back that down (icn. Collier as th Surveyor the city was welcome to tho tank free of I'ort at Louisville, nnd is by no of charge. means for the purpose of lighting the The streets of Paducah arc very national administration. solid, despite the statements to the "I bc.ievo that Kentucky today is A few days ago Mayor more firmly republican on the platcontrary. Lang purchased a huge sledge ham- - form of '00 than ever before, and so mcr for the city engineer's assistants do many of the democratic leaders, to U3c in driving wooden stakes in us Is 'evidenced by their action iu the street surveys for sewerage. After a legtswb'ro'in endeavoring to pass tho brief use, the steel hammer wa3 split force bill, it is time for the good people of the stalo who want to sec in twain, and is now useless. Kentucky rank iu her proper place to sewerage contractors, Messrs. sppuk out ngniust such legislation. Tho Wilcox it Halloran, are ready to be"1 bclicvo that the people of the gin work next week, but as yet the state do not approve of such bills as the city engineer has not gicn them thcGoebel election bill, thoMcChord uradc. They asked for it sccral lailroad bill and others that arc bedays ago. fore the legislature. The cedar posts to be placed iu TONIGHT Yciser Park arrived yesterday, and today the street force, in pursuance of orders from Mayor Lang, was enat gaged iu the work of putting them in Semon'a Extravaganza Company House. place, under tho direction of the paik The Opera committee, Messrs. Smith and Win-steaHarry Semon's Colossal Kxtrava-gatu- a Tho posts will be used to company sparkling with beau, string wires enclosing tho walks. tiful jrirls dazzling with scenic splend-o- r and bristling with humor and wit Mr. A. It. Trotter has been appointed a special policeman for the will bo the attraction at Morton's opWest Knd, tho people having com- era liuii3c to night. Those who like plained of no police protection. to witness an entertainment full of snap and ginger should not fail to attend the performance at the opera DEATH IN THE COUNTY- liou-- e tonight. Get a frout seat. li Unlit nt bomb Brook Hill I Garrard County, t t Whiskey t t t Ky. i Is the oldest high grade Whiskey bottled in the United States under the direct and personal supervision of the United States government. Superiority, Excellence, Purity, Cleanliness and high grade grain in distillation insures superiority. The government stamp on the neck of each and every bottle insures its purity. The Brook Hill being fully matured and stored in heated warehouse, making same palatable, imparts a rich bouquet, and those in need of a stimilant or tonic and for the family uses can feel assured of the excellence of the Brook Hill Whiskey. Sold !: Leading Orugglsf and Saloonists ? FJEUEDMAN, con-trolli- KdlLER & CO., PADUCAH, KY. Distillers, 4VV&VVs;VV'V.'.'V.'V'VV v5 We don't blow our horn very loud through newspaper talk, but we make things hum at 331 Broadway. We carry as good goods as can be bought, and the prices do their own talking. When you want to get a pair of shoes, come in and try us. 331 BROADWAY & 1 d. ...GOLD DOLLARS FOR FIFTY GENTS... THIS WEEK AT THE FAMOUS 0 FOR ONE WEEK ONLY YOUR CHOICE This is positively the last week of $J0 choice Suit Sale. NOTICE. f w OF ANY SUIT $10 CASH! IN THE ...HOUSE... Come this week. It's your last chance to get choice of Suits at $10. Me-Clur- o. lllack and Blue Cla Worsteds and Granites excepted. Suits were a. Casa Nova W $15 $18 LEADERS OF $20 $22 Cigars LOW PRICES B.WEILLE & SON 409-41- 1 BROADWAY rrr"r,:K!ma:Vinilt'r-',-'- i v ;t JJ u w.'b. Yu-mu- ri Chamois. Sponges fO W I bavo opened a Pawn- "W The Leading Pawnbroker good collateral at rea-onable two-third- DuBois & Cq. Dainty Odors.. P FiolfAn Can Please You broker and Loan Office, and will loan money on rates and on eral terms. lib- seTailor 333 $ $ ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL V.7 BROADWAY Dalton's Tailoring Establishment 106 GOUTH SECOND ST. . ....ifa..fla.-vjift- l r-- trt- - c ,r ..it THE PADUCAIi DAILY MF1 SU. except. Hint enforced departure from this system can but bring rulu and disaster to their best interests. Tniiff rates ground out by the awkward machinery of an inexperienced commission would bring nbout this departure and throw the trade of the country into chaos. We are suffer ing now from too much paternal government, both State and National, and anv extension of it will militate against the interests of tho people. To put the control of .the busiucss of the railroads of the country into the hand of men not interested in them and who;c acts could not be reviewed by the courts, would bo t Inmost glaiing instance of paUTiiulism possible to conceive. ', Published - every afternoon, bunuay, by LOVE TO HELP And Hence They Give Good ither: 4dvice About How ij Geo. dv PI N c THE SUN PUBLISHING IWUOIirORATTD COMPANY. AND MANAOKIl VlCrPKKSIDENT . SKCKCTAIIT r P, M. Finlim. K. Wi rr.r.MKNTS. vohn ' IMrlan W. P. I'Airou .. M. T to Make Life Happier. W em liar (I 3 TitlAICHKIl Il.W.t'lcmenw, rn.rr W.r. J .K. Williamson John J. Dorian. Hloclt, 116 MtirCtORlt treet OS.cc, Standard North Fourth 8 Daily, per annum Dally, Six months l)ail . Out- niontli, Daily, per week Weekly, per annum in ad - 4.50 2.25 10 ;Upsi lEveayi Bottle l'r tret ' 3 I 'Si s 1 nSr? r I 1 Moubliez JnSiiii About the old story of the cnmcl bow three philosophers beard about the mid determined to investigate. The Kiiglisliiimn hunted through the folios of the llritish Muscin, to find what bad been said about the beast; the German went into bis study, locked the door, lit bis pipe and began to evolve a of the nuiuinl from bis own the I'rciiclnnnn went down to Sahara to see. YOU'VH heard a good deal nbout the great clearing-ou- t sale going on here. This week we're selling Indies' shoes for$i.oo, $i.o nnd $2.00, worth as high as S6.00. Misses' and Children's" at 75c, worth up to ?,5.oo. The styles nre not the latest, and we haven't nil sizes of each lot, but why not do as Krenchinan-Sc- e for yourself ? You'll learn more regarding this great sale in five minutes at the store than we could tell you on a whole page of this paper. tin-inr- nl con-cojiti- & 10 cunti 1.00 ranee Specimen copies free h-- K v- - iMy limn miy otinr riim-d- i GOOD STREETS. There is nothing that so much imWEDNESDAY, 'FEU. 25. 1803 lin prests a stranger in any city as the ta condition of the streets. The lawns uveroge Daily Circulation may be beautiful and well kept, the The of tho Sun for the year 1IW7 was business and residence buildings 1581) copies, as shown by i lie iltii-l- models of artistic architecture, but a vi'x records of the office anil prov- with slovenly kept and dirty streets i. M liy Ht1rn4iilii iTm-n- l njMin rwript y ed by the sworn affidavits of the impression made on the mind cf i ... .K k, X tl..r I ikul.. eXWOJ-- T -o four responsible men. newcomer will be bad. the Paducah is noted throughout the cirThe Sun claims the largest State for its splendid streets, they "A man is knowu by the company Warner's Safe Cure with great have been worn out by the cares nnd VVVVVViAVVVVVv-VVVVVculation of any daily paper In better than those of any other he keeps." advantage and derived much benefit strains of life, who are less energetic Paducah From the day of its being unhesitatingly rev- - and active than formerly: who feci n from its use, and city in the State. Yet they are not Above arc the pictures of two CRAM OFFER first issue it has made its circuhick of ambition when they should be and noble gentlemen. One is ommend it to my friends kept in the condition that tlioy ought lation public and asks its adver-- " energetic, and who do not know the Iu speaking upon this subject, Dr. To fcccji otir great factory These remarks refer not so tho lit. Hev. IHshop Edward Wilson, or-m--k tisers to make a complete inves- to be. to the construction of the D. 1)., L. L. I)., and the other is Ilinkia says: "J have known of cause. There is but one causo for busy, ami iittrolucc early ottrsnlen much all troubles, tigation of its circulation books streets primarily as to the con- Hev. J. E. Rankin, D. 1)., L. L. D., many who have been permanently or these disease. and that is kidney diil VS liiCMlel.i vc liver vxjF Wjt make .1 marvelous have concluded to rider. president of the Howard University, cured of diseases of the kidneys and any time. No other paper in offer direct to the at These gentle- urinary organs by the use of Warin which they arc kept. mere are many women wlo nre Washington, D. C. Tor 3o claya vrc will holl sam-ilc- s of our - ..T- -i r T7.l Paducah will state its circula- dition I know, too, of its unaccountably pale, sallow, sickly, It is also getting near the time of men have secured the high positions ner's Safe Cure. swell "W lilc) cle.n at net cost to manufac If iceming:cc"OTiy,Ljt tion. buy the which being used in similar cases by phys. who lack appetito and arc virtually a ture and will ship, C. O, 1). on approval the year when tho question of street they hold and the confidence through the icians of the highest standing. This burden to their friends, and yet who scwir.gf machine '.. ii'.i nn cst.Ab- - ? to any address on receipt of the nominal although sprinkling wi.l be an iinportaut one, ever one has in them Senatou Hill says that 3 fidelity they have shown to humanity remedy I want, in the cause of do uot realize the occasion of such .um of $1.00 (If vri-h-t of Denver. 5). TlihW .i guar- New York has very few Democrats and it would be well for the Council and the cause the' represent. troubles. It all arises from female c;uiiivu rcpiii.ii:!., lii.u They humanity, to recommend." deposit N merely to hIiow good faith oil purchaser's you I anlccs ;laC5 in Congress at present, she will have to consider the feasibility of haviug are men who have the confidence of part; if you don't want to send money In advance, bCud J leu like Bishop Wilson and Dr. dilllcultics caused by imperfect kido c lory icrv:c. j none at all if the present Democrats it all done by the city, or at least of all who know them : men who love Rankin do not sneak hastily of thinizs neys. To all such the outspoken yourexprcsHagent'sguarantyforcharBesonewayand ny every means in w i e h tliev aru not aware. wc will pay tlicui the other if jou don't waut the wheel. T lev words above quoted should come as repeat their Teller resolution folly. having several of the mo9t frequented iitimaniiy ami seen their power to ilo everything to ben-- 1 i0Vc n,en and women, and desire to a blessing streets sprinkled under the direction cllt it. UiilU-- t erml. n i see them made, lihvsicullv as well rq and noble When such STBERTflN' mml of talae, Irmlxil)inmiTirT Uu tmproMk. Our. Bryanite friends still persist of ' t Inch Imiiortnl the city. The cost can lie levied on tutiln. Hutb It is notable, though not strange, morally, better, lhousands of dot- - men as the alien e speak in such frank i ii.M'zzL'- 200-cei?w wrMA in calling the American dollar a Joint.. Iiniirrnr-- l rrnnka.arrh rmmn, Urc drUelxljl -thcjudividunl property holders front that both these gentlemen have found lars could not for a moment tempt ami manly terms as they do of a rem-the- S pruckrU, liu.lromrl finl-- h ami ilroirttlun, Moron A Wright, VKi&&; dollar. The farmers, however, nnlrk rfiir l!r.-- . felfuljiir .l.ail.lialntM. Iill m...1m &mlii. great help and assistance from the to make statements like the edy, they thoroughly know there can ing on the selected streets. $29,00. and corn mtnu HlcUl price on a:ni'lo . who get it for their wheat same source, namely one of the great above unless they knew positively .not be tlic slightest question as to its l)y this means the cost will be no discoveries of the age. great merits and its power to beucfit workers of all sorts who get that they were true. and the more, and probably not as much, on machln, ratyrnecloc. IWt II. Inch E There are men innumerable who mankind. 3CK. AipleaJIJtabUiR, two itinl to any fur frrie anil detachable tprockrU, fi&oljr Dishop Wilson says : "I have taken $ it (or wages are not grumbling about thn individual lot owners as under the MamlMM t krtrraoL,arrh crown, A Wrliiht, qalrk r pair tlrr. imlo or iloohla finiihil acJ ilfcorntl, Moron tat. it. They voted for that in 1896, and old method, with the exception of high Kr&Jt niulpruc-n- t Oarp:II nainplo pn $24.00. The great milling industry of the WANT WHISKEY LICENSE they will vote for it in 1000. LOST HIS DWELLING, those who have refused heretofore to northwest is organizing to sccura ' ncl' toMmr. atrip! Mildeeoratol. arch m"llnm srild for fM ONQtrvE n1 sprinkle their streets at all. Of cmwn. ilo.t prixif lirvrlna-n- , 111 rrtainrn, brat Indiana or New . faorablc action on the "pure Hour'' There is no better tsst of business ITS PINCH TENSION llrun.wkk tlrra, atandan! equipment Hprvul prtraunaamplo ,.,, .$19.00. IS (it the .Neighbors Will Vigorousbill introduced by Representative course they would then have to stand conditions than the reports of the NOTU. Choice of Color, Style, Height of rramc.Oear, etc. Tully Guaranteed. Dr- Swilzer's House Humeri I'earcc. of Missours. The measure ly Object. TENSION INDICATOR. railroads. When times arc bad, their share, which they ought to do. Yon will - nrrrl-- l at th apiwaratrw and nnalltr of thn wh.yln. Don't wait. onlr is ou the line of the olcomargcrinc Yesterday- much litA.rM.in, Monty Iwlnlilhlt cillr fnru. iki rn roaki-11Motion was mado iu the county their earnings fall ; when times im- By this method of sprinkling the our Afcnt, llnir and filled cbeeco laws It defines (devices for' rccul.-tltnand Vi:iiei.iir Uooi-- rhulre t.f ca.h, the Ire uio vt a taapfa whl, ir ulllota whctl, aecoriliuiitu worknfrni.. streets the work will be evenly done, mixed Hour, regulates its sale ami court yesterday at Mayficld for mer showing Interact tension) arc prove, their earnings increase. Here spots will be importation, and requires packages chant's license to sell whiskey by 1. a few of ike features that is that evidence of prosperity ia this the danccrous muddy Loss Wns 1 ,200. U itb About ,00 of lllour lQ b(J consl,clIollsiy lnarkwi L Adair and John Evans at their emphasize the high grade by rail- avoided and all the street will be new year 1898, as furnished 1. iio ti-- uuiHiw-i-vitjt un.it?i muocif ui T.iriont manr aod en aa i a CIjT aa so as to disclose the true contents, store on the county line between Insurance. character of the Whit t)lce. wokii littlo but U new OIC.VU IUOIU.W. Coldwatcr and Farinington. road reports: "Earnings of all rail- sprinkled. weight, etc. Send for our cletranl H.T. The citizens of the neighborhood Wheels Sliglilly Used, Aloilcrn Types, $8.00 lo $12.00. roads in the United States reporting The inanageis ut the Adams Ex- filed a pretest and will try to prevent catalog. ILLINOIS CENTRAL Dr. William Snitzcr, who resides press company have declared a spe- the license being for December, f43,06i,270, indicate Oar lra.lne anJ granted, which can am known throatmt Ihn White Scwivg Machine Co., IUfnniv., nr of lb on the Mayficld road about a mile cial dividend of 150 percent., payable be done by a majority of the neighciinwirompanui, uranr lnk Inl'lilCAira. Art Catalogue lrc. ti?ctira asrocj at onca. substantially tLc samo rate of in- UEUUND. 0. and a half from Florence Station, lost to shareholders of record on tho clos- bors signing the creasa, exceeding last year's oy 10.00 protest. The trial his house aud all tho contents by fire ing of the books ou February 11. of the motion was set for next Mon per cent., and the earnings of 1892 After Another .Railroad Now in yesterday. .ir Siie by Alvin Adams started a parcel express .lay. I'luliii-nli- , K.v Clins. l'lcklcrick. 6 per cent. for the same roads by The tlamcs originated from a Hue, between Boston and New York city the Hands of aKc- and could not be extinguished. He carried a few The on May J, 1840. HOW TO U1J UKAUTII-UI.ceiver. the workings of a Republi loss is about 8 1 ,200, with 8700 in- packages intrusted to his care ift a 'V- - Ukdkr American To be beautiful you mti9i nave carpet-busurance. manuami often found it diffican tariff 10 op cult to pay his traveling expenses. pure moon :iuii good neaitli. facturers bavo improved their ma- Will I'rounhly Oct the l'coi ia, DeToday tho association bus a capital o, purify the blood anil build ml GAME VISITING. chinery to such a degree that it is in of 812,000,000. It employs 20,000 your health with the best Tonic adn catur nnd hvansrillo demand by tho Welsh makers. The men and 2,000 wagons and covers Blood Purifier of the age, Botanic Hond. 22G Broadway, Paducah, Ky. metal used can be rolled into sheets lleach and Bower's Men Like Pa- more than 25,000 miles of railroad, Blood Balm, ("B. 11. B.") It N every state tho old standard and reliable rem- while it system covers in this country cheaper than elseducah Immensely. euy. 11 never iaus 10 cure all manantl almost every territory. where, and the higher grades of tin The Illinois Central is now negocapita! and Surplus, $120,000.00 Harry Ward, "the next president The government's ordinary reve- ner of Blood and Skin disease, where plate arc turned out by the automatic tiating to secure the Pcoiia, Deca- of minstielcy," accompanied by half nues showed a handsome increase iu eminent physicians, and nil other LAUNDRY processes. An American establish- tur & Evausville when the latter is a dozen of the star performers of January. Tho Dingley act, from known remedies have failed. Sent! ment which until recently in p r ul taken out of the hands of a receiver, Beach and Bower's minstrels, who present indications, will, a3 a revenue stamps for book of particulars, to Open from 9 a. in. to 3 p. m. On To No. 120 North Fourth St. all its tin plate, used 05,000 boxes of says tho Evunsvillc Tribune. The occupied the boards at Morton's op- producer, justify the faith of its the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga, unlay nlhtii from Price 81.00 per large bottle. New American plate last year, and import- Illinois Central company for some era house last Friday night anil were framers. lime has been buying up the bonds entertained by the Elk, came up POSITIVE I'llOOF. The Democratic papers arc rejoiced none. The saving was over St!0 Good ami stocks, aud has enough now to from Mayfleld last night aud spent A lady friend of mine has for sev ing over the exclusion of American control the road if it could get pos- the evening here. interest Paid on Time Deposits Satisfaction Guaranteed. fruit from Germany, aud arc hoping eral years been troubled with bump3 session. The main line of the Pco They had large audiences at both that there is truth In the story that and pimples on her face aud neck. Tnosi: persons who at this safe iia, uecatur iV bvausnie runs Fulton aud Mayfleld. The visitors horses and wines will also be shut for which she used various cosmetics J. W. YOUNG & SON, ZTrlROUGH nttOCWSUD OFFIOKKS. distance from the probable field of from Pckin, 111 , to Decatur, 111., joined the others aboard the special out. Anything which is calculated in order to removo them and beauti P!S6aWffT President VESTISULTD Jas. A. IttriiY TKLi'lMIO.VE 2()(). IRilNSOAtlY V. F, I'axton war, arc lamenting that the President hi. 17 miles; Ilcrvcy City, III., to car at the Union depot at 8 o'clock, to injure or discredit the country fy and improve Iter complexion, but Uiwhior CARS FROM Evnosville, Ind., 15U.S1 miles; Chi leaving for Princeton, where they H. Uu7 .Aua't Cashier NASHVILLE fOOaiEANS does not rush into war with Spain cago division always brings joy to the Democrats. these local applications were only Sldcll, III., to Olney, play tonight, temporary, and left her skin in worse T CHICAGO DR, J, D. SMITH'S may rest assured that the Adminls- - III., 78. ID miles; New llatmony condition. The boys all like Paducah and f.P JEFFRIE5.G.P.A 0.n.f1ILLHAN,&5.4 DIBECTOIIS. Stcwartsville, Ind., to New hope to be back again next season. l tration will do its full duty in refer branch I recommended an internal pre- IteKtihr bourn 'nr nf!lo inctlv, Ttiida. m. "BLIND JOE" CONCERT. I, tVANiVILt.E.INO HASMVltLE.TtNrJ. I ! a p in AUitoto;i,ii m. Jas. II. Smith, J.n. A. ltunv, ence to the horrible Maine battleship Harmony, Ind., (?.;! miles. It has Wurutrari!raM-..i!ir.irlparation known as Botanic Blood - n t'ir. hmm li. lather than V. M. FlBllKil, Gko. O. Wallapr. Balm, ("B. B. B."), which I Have nrir lliuilo-Nlatb, Umwith llroadimy ami Jef V. KAUI.K1TKK, REV. PINKERTON disaster. A full investigation is be- trackage as fellows: Peoria and W. F. I'AXTO.V, Pekin Union railroad, Pckin, HI., to The Excellent Program That Will been using and selling about two frr n K. Fahlky, Gko. O. Haht. ing made Dd when tLe facts are Peoria, III., 10.20 milcs; Illinois corner Ninth ami JrfHrxon. , It. yeais; she used three bottles aud all phone 1IJ Owcus-bor- o llendcred. known, tho administration will act. Central, through Decatur, III., 2.03 Will Deliver an Address at pimples have disappeared ; hei skin ITAreG BRauliful women fahould it be shown that it was the miles; andalia, Decatur, III., to Tonight. Tho program for tomorrow' con- is soft and smooth anil her general BROADWAY HOUSE. OFFIJR RI5M1JP result of Snanish treachery, tho dia Ilcrvcy City, III., 7.50 miles, male- cert at the Y. M. C. A. hall for the health much improved. She expresses k v .r Ilev. V. II. 1'inkerton, of the milcs It has llest hotel In the city. benelit of "Wind Joe" Maugura, herself much gratified, ami can bolical deed will bo avenged to the imf. a toln' f 3 church, left this Ilest accommodations, nicest rooms. sidings, 37.73 milcs, and 227.98 First Christian it to all who arc thus af11 iiocratiy fullest satisfaction of every demand miles of steel rails. .00 MIUS raornin at 8 o'clock for Owenshoro, stioum . lie of the bestuairoiiizeu. ever fected. Mus. S. M. Wilson, Iron PI KOW. , ,. ,,. 0 concerts LOUISVILLE. KY. Corner Ilm.vlw.iy ami Klghth itrtel of outraged humanity nnd patriotThe road is n consolidation of the niiciu in-- nm luiugiib iicuvur uu nu- given here, nnd will be a genuine Mountain, Texas. MAYFIHI II, KV. . . . American Plan $3.00 to $5.00 per ll TOSS at the opening of the Y. M. C. ism. This Administration, true to Pekin, Lincoln & Decatur railway J. IC. 1JK3TKR, Pro For sale by Druggists. fcC treat for music lovers. C aX? day. ".I ' a the American people, knows its duty, and the Decatur, Sullivan & Mattoou A. hall. Tho price of admission is only 25 ttouins only 81.00 and upwards. Needless to to say a treat is in store cents. Tho concert will be under the & Pekin and knowing it will fearlessly aud railroad. The Peoria AUDITOR WEST ARRIVES. r- . A. K. COOFKK, Union railway is used under a con- for tho people of Owenshoro. i HENRY BURNETT "i.v auspices of the Kamsey society, who faithfully pursue it. Managir tract for fifty ycarsj from February desire to thus show appreciation of STOTHLIR LESS rORTUNATE SISTERS --1, 1881, at a montlily rental of BEGINS. LENT the valuable services the blind virtu- Ho U Shown Over the Boute hy AuJ A SUFtC r.DAO TO BEAUTY PATERNAL POLITICS. of supp'ies 81,875 and proportion oso has rendered at the various Will practlco in Tr MiAvinue the ditor Wood. rkIn August 181)3, aud track repuirs. t HOTEL II Tlm' - ' iui,.'ii, t'wl'ih ii, spiiurull y,w il program is as folchurches. The all tho courts. The Manufacturers' Record, which I u' mil the Chicago & Ohio Iliver railroad Services at the Churches, With Good lows : ie hilonn Mr. C. B. West, tho new traveling 118 South Fourth St., Paduoah, Ky uaui.uN.u'.4 in - i.al irwUJi'lit. has done more in advancing indus- company was consolidated with it. ST. LOUIB Attendance. Piano duet Miss Ollie Council and auditor of this division of the Illinois trial development In the South, and The company owns $260,000 of Peoi THE SWISSES BELL'S Central, who succeeds Harry Gilbert. Auditor Rp-teLent hepan today and mere were nil tho people of the Nation, ria aud Pekin Union stock. s, uniting The IF YOU DRINK, DRINK THE BEST services nt the Catholic anil Episco- Song, "I Guess That'll Hold You Woods, arrived this morning from into one great common brotherhood road was placed in the hands of re- pal churches. (loom and Brcaklasl, SI. 00. For Awhile" Master Albert Gil Chicago antl left at 8 o'clock, accom Matters will he someceivers Jan. 13, 1804. ...YOU CAN FIND IT AT TIIK... panied hy Auditor Wood, for a trip than any other publication since the bert. European Plan, S1.00 Per Day. nlmntt what dull and uninteresting in social f KiiKiuriiiiiKi! Immcil.jt itTcti In f lrnrinir an.) The Peoria, Decatur & Kvansville ii u i.iu Violin solo, "II Pirato" Mr. Joe up the road. The latter will acquaint surrender of Appomattox, has been is one of the old system of Mackcy circles now for several weeks. Good Mkals. - Ililix4iii4ii(.riiitlic ii liinllni'Milirn new Richmond house bar Uoou Itoous. - mix. ,M'i. .in., i i,t m u rMOlltM iluuiu innt. Mr. West with his territory and then Oooo Si'.nvicu. Maugtun. Large crowds attended services at publishing some timely and well con- roads, and to keep it up Mr. Mnckey Jilkii ii..liiit tu the iLIii, i 1ms put fliow When you vlilt St. I.ouU mop nt go to his new headquarter:! at Water Piano solo, 'Klgoletti di Verdi" It llcallAlii Itiu 1( ri.rf llir .Viflf.r nit il.r.n. Mitoholl Bozoo, I'ropr sidered articles opposing the giving drew heavily on tlw hvansville & both churches totlny. nui nml fun Ikii l.l.iiii'niillhole.tnilrcly Valley, Misi. Miss Ollie Council. I fre.'klt.. pimples, MjiklnDil- - luotlllon.lic, ST. JAMES HOTEL g powers to the Inter- Terrc Haute, and as a result there of Sweet Day" Vocal solo, Good-ByiiiiiH'ikiu. iu vxnive oilmen nr llr.ine.rnilfiillow illlcc- NEWS NOTES. UmiIi arc several suits pending in the Uuit-e- d Hint child IIiioadwat and Walnut 1 Hunt nnd state Commerce Commission, which Miss Jennie Rhodes. Fimr--t of Wines, Liquors nnd Olgnra tit llin Im ieull. The Mlw cars (Strict to llotil Slates court at Iudianapolis. 11 Imropluriil the pinoof thilr uomlerful It Ik It Completion Ionic nt Jl CO Claiionet solo, "Fantasia Polonaise" nlwaya on hand. articles apply equally well to the iir loltle, vlilcli runs through a good country and tho Ncuvillo's table of profesiional Mr. Robert Robertson. J Isitiirtcunt loilinr llio unllntry iaIii. in the hands reports of lieccivcr Hopkins, filed in men gives tho following averages of Railroad bill, now When In Metropolis OtiCOOTTLE COSTS YOU NOTHINB Vocal boIo Mis Julia Scott. stop nV tho of Governor Bradley, and which he the court in Indianapolis, show that tno iengtu or lire 111 i,uuu cases, If tliociTut Uii'it i ly ninlatmcO.tolhit Violin holo, "Mazourka Satiret" in ri in ll ' llir II, jiu. u.u ill, taken for illustration: clergymen The prleo. Sl.tHi, pl.it, 4 it ulililnthrrrirh probably will veto. It is impossible the business is increasing. A SPECIALTY Mr. Joe Mangum. AOKNT KOIl ni an. n miii niiM.iuuiy runr onr com With this road the Illinois Central CO; teachers nit; merchants o7 j lawto imagine how any commission can :: plexlon anil n kooildnr. IMitcu Piano solo, "Bag" medley Mr. I'rlruarr,' SeconJary or Tritiary llioon will have a line from Peoria to Louis- yers 51; physicians 52. iniusnlUrihoiiliI lj nrn nml- l.v all. Kasper's 1'oison pormanfml) f 1.60 a day. Spoclal rates hy tho Will Gilbert. Ia'". .i.in mhlri-- s The intelligently make the rates for the ville, another from Peoria Hell on (11 to St. table shows that the percentage in 1). A. Haii.i:y, I'ropr. ii'im nui iiiriiiinpiujiiiiiiniiiinfKicneintne wool:. CURE IN 15 TO 35 DAYS ;: Miti.t rnnllilein c, in d Mtl.futtory adTlco traffic of a country so large n3 ours Louis, n line from Peoria to Evaus- England of those who hecomo 70 Violin duet Miss Alma Graves nnd MillK-phepromi'tly wltlinut charge. An Mr. Joe Mnngiim, lletwoon Ith nnd Gth on Ferry fit You can bo at hotnu (or tha name ini.Tcst iik pAniplikt will l nnt uion ie- nnd with such widely different inter- ville, and one from Peoria to New years old is as follows: elergjmcn iiiiraoi)'. H you pre'iT Mnlo quartet, "Old Mother Huh- - prlcn uiuliT Millie will X iiainji. wo toromt-hrirommcitu pay your r Adilrisj nil communication' nnd tend 11 ests and conditions as wo have In Orleans. Tho Central for months 12 percent; farmers 10; merchants bard" (by request) Messrs. Chas- - rallioul (arnanil hotel bllh,auilnucbaii;u uji. n 10 rue .Misses licit, or If we fall to curt-- . sections. Take fifty of the has been diverting as much its possi- 311 ; teachers 28. different DR. W. C. EUBANKS, taine, Clark, Hobson, Green. TUB BBLL TOILET CO. ble of its grain business to New OrUy tho an est of Dr. Amos C. Violin solo, "Eantasie," 78 filth Avenue, New Tori. from II YOU HAVE beU traffic men of tho United States, leans, and this lino will exopen an Taken Mercury, IrxliJe 1'oUsti, anil still Call on him and get estimates IIOMUJOl'ATJIIST, Hiim m Ill H- l- h Mr. Joe Maugum. Trovalore put tlit.111 on this commission, and if tensive country for that route, as Woodruff, of Oakland City, Ind., havoachei ami lulnx, Miicqui I'atchr-- In the pension authorities have just unfor healing your residence. niontli. Sorr Throat. l'liniile.H. Cotnier-col- Tv.'iphonelSO Offlce VA I'.fii.iilw.iy. hoiiist men, they will within three Peoria is the shipping point of the earthed u series of frauds and forgertii, ricern on miv pait or thn lly, oreil 'i elephonu t wldeuce, nxj Jell, rion , Hair or I.yebrow'it Lillllii,- - out, it is thu .S, OB1rnHnuri9-inTin, Slate and Iron Roofer. Struck by n Train. months be forced to confess tlHr ab- greater portion of ;tho Illinois grain ies that ha9 come to their attention SeconJary trade. None of the details of tho W. K. Wash, driver of a milk wag120 8. Thld St. for several years. Dr. Woodruff solute inability to handle tho queproposed consolidation have been himself confesses that he has forged on for Pepper & Allcock, was I.I.I.MW. J. J. PURSLEY stionfor it ia too big a job. street and tho railmade publii , but it is understood many Struck Ity a Koch. signatures to allldavits untl has hruised at Clay !1 o'clock yesterTho wonderful development of the that sonic action will bo taken Iu tho used a fraudulent Heal during the road crossing about Gcorgo lllock, son of Mr. Lconnrtl All Kinds Uotiolslerino and Ronairs day afternoon hy the North bound Wi: (irAKANTKU TO tL'UU country in the last fifty years has United States court in Indianapolis past four years, aud the pension BEALKK IN lllock, Sr., was painfully injured 3 We feollelt the moit obntlnutu oi.se, nnd OS FUIINITURI3. colliding with his cballenu'H thu worlil aud at Chicago soon. for a caiowx ouiinot been .'argcly the efforts of independwho have been investigating pa&senucr train at ruck on afternoon hy Ono of his horses was killed cum TbhiilNease ban ahiajii billied the his caso, stnto that ho is indicted for wagon. Hklll of the most eminent physician. Mirrors roplatod and mado Rood us Staple and Fancy Groceries, A jtnintr iiuui ent UoJ of railroads to build up the .r. Tittiicco Silt ami tho head by a rotk MOO.OXi capital brulnd our unconditional jl mule htt I.itt aitaj, the forgery of more than 200 papers and the other crippled, whilo tho named Sparks threw the b'niic, anil new. Mnttrepsos mado to order. Old Abnolute Proof sent Healed on sections served by them, regardless quit luha. co easily nnd forow r. ho ina? furnJturo stoves and second-hanapplication lluuilreil iwitm bouli aenl free. on 111c iu tho pension bureau, in- wugou was considerably damaged. Canned Goods of AlUlnds. ull tho injury is not seiious. TAK1S.V 1M i:XCIIANCir. Folt WOIIK. Address COOK IIKMIMIY CO., of the interest of auy other part of ut ik ut lire, ncrvo nna vli'cr, tauucali men volving llfty-eigdifferent claims, la. tunt inaktn U"V Manonlc Temple, rhtraRo, III. Sond word, nnd I will call nnd mako lfrco delivery i .u iiao ror trocg. All drueelBts.SOoorll, Curoeuaran some of which have beeu cum, t'lon I .ir.n ,, m t mi I to all parts of the city, the country and the peonlo will find, U'ld Iloolilet end Bainnlo tree grauted or estimates on work. Charges very J i Aililreai icco . ahlt i .iro, inauM reac Inl. I i uuts ( iH tulh.ruc. Cor. 71L and Adams. rivi, .iruu, u.o.i fur, w, II. Air .Uuyyitfc rMOiiablv. No. 712 South Fifth. Jf the attempt should ever be made, Vtcrllog KcmoOy Co.. cuicasoor New Yoik 1 rejetel (I $ C- - C. 1U lo ar, drvigUlt rtfuuU u.ujj iS JEr , Jllwii if ( mill irnipi ll.o rci, iim Iir. J - ix.liir I 1'. Plw Tnr IIiihc-lmiil ft I. ! . i li.i M.irk mill1 x Kimrnilr ii i i mltlm ii n . i li- t up i on' ii it ll i ii ilc i. ill in e ; ' IHHIi:1S ' III! Illlil'. tlliiBt, 3 delKli. i ii 1 i niuliliO't Im-ilil- inure i ti t. h! ul i 3 DR. BELL ,'S ma y I J '- jcoo jojo r well-know- 8)0. !.. $& QW i I wm& .. $ A li vi'.i.j j K well-know- m iipytr fm Iffi rr W war AM ww , tro-pirc- o .L 2" . t- lio. buiw-uro, rrlrt-amlllt- Do Vou Want Cheap Wheels? - The J. L. Mead Cycle Co., Chicago. . tin-pla- g, REMOVED! STEAM CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK, V Sat-7to- Machinery Work r orfr-no- er Iti-iiv- I Gait House 2V-SI- i ciwtfii ' .T- - Attorney at Law ST. JAMES - $s.oo Per Day. cempiexitsToiie I I- rate-makin- e, Mo-Chor- d BLOOD POISON G. R. DKIS; STATE HOTEL. Front Rank !!- and Triumnh IF FurnaceB. i LO. t. LUI,llHll'Jlr1l W, Moore, hi-in- I ' li d Ko-To- wnmU'r-worltc- ht 1 1 ".jf r c w COLORED ! 'ArB i ns-- -- VJfra.-7- ? " 'r .lose & fjSu3l in .Mr. the IN city visiting his EVERY WAY. SPRING TIM ! IS NEAR AT HAND Now is the time to go to Gardner Bros, and get your Furniture Upholstered and repaired. Cotton and Hair Mattresses made over ready for your Spring cleaning. We make aU kinds of Mattresses to order on short notice. We can furnish your house from cellar to garret. Terms to suit customers. Call and see our stock of furniture before you buy. Have Gardner Bros, and Co. make your Awnings eoif Trip" n Jcsic Pi'miiu. GREIF & CHRISTY DEPARTMENT. All communications and matters of news pcrtuininy; to this column should be addressed to 0. W. Men i weather, 221 South Seventh street. UR USED GARDHER BROS. & CO. Telephone ome J-l- 203 and 205 South Third Jiome, a Sweet a mK ! How to make it more beautiful.... Handsome pictures make lovely homes. are pleased to announce that wc have secured the finest and most beautiful line of ktures for premiums to our customers that have ever been offered to the I'aducah public. Wc have heretofore given our patrons many desirable premiums, but these works of art which wc now offer surpass even our own former offerings. These very handsome decorations, desirable for the homes of every one, wc will give to our customers ABSOLUTELY FREE 1 M nj "i picture, frame and all, ready to grace a vacant space on any wall, in room or hall. We desire to show our customers how much we appreciate their trade by selling the cheapest goods in town, and also by giving them something free in return for their liberal patronage. We don't keep them "guessing," cither. There is no game of chance about our premiums. Kvcry customer may be a sure winner of some of our handsome art gems. Our extremely low cut prices on dry goods, furnishing; goods and notions have pleased our old customers greatly and brought us man new ones. Our shoes yes, our shoes! for men, women and children, sre the cheapest on the banks of the Ohio. Our prices on liven some who "come only to look" vcrjbody. shoes pi remain lt buy not only because wc have the cheapest shoes in town, but also f'oin the fact that every pair gives satisfaction. "Now is the accepted time to buy splendid bargains at our store, and get first choice of our beautiful pictures free. Come soon and sec for yourself, so you can tell your 203 UroadMiy friends about our low prices and elegant Pdducah, Ky. gift pictures. John J. Dorian Illinois Central R.R. TO WRITTEN AT RANDOM G kJ ALIFORNIA::: VIA NEW ORLEANS In cotinoctlmi with tbe SouihiTU Tactile Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping Car Hlinil Joe's" concert nt tlic Y. M. C. A. hull tomorrow nilit should Thu promm li.ii not lie forgotten. lioeii carefully preparetl, mill includes the best tuleut in I'aducah. "Hliml Joe" himself ill fully recompunEC those nlio attend with his music alone, nnd other features timkc the entertaluiucnt doulily attractive. "1 til l.avlni: Cincinnati nd LouUrlll tin Ullcnla CtntraflUIIro! Iswl "New Urlruu MtiiltfU'' Sir. Kd Ware, is ho left l'atlncali EVERY THURSDAY to Max uml I'Ajurli rrrr FrlJy iiinrnlnc, for Ln several months no autl went .Angrlm un.l hil (TAnrlsrii nltlioul rhaniff oil's Mill to reside, vrill return here Th" l.tinltr.1 Imi rnuiicru at New Orlr.oi to live nest week. Mr. Ware "ill Train fontr Tadllc al Wlly Willi i:jpr-alter Jau become ami S.itiirvUr ami on Tui-n fur city candidate wary 4, !!) with the tax collector lieforc the council at the election in April. There arc already it Iho S.hiUxtm Tactile KlTlntf a number of candidates for the place, wrtlrrtohan fraud. Trilculrif l llir lllliiul.Crair.tl lUllro.J un.l ami with another candidate In the S 11. UATtll. liars. DlrUlou I'tternKer Aamt Unrtiinttl, Held, there is every indication of a joiin a. scurr, . hard fight. IMrltlon Ac.ni. Mmptif 0 Sunset Limited Annex aut-ncmm-cllD- J T DONOVAN. CoraturrcUl Attrol, lMducah, Ky. A. II. llnon.O TA Chirac" W.A. Urllond, A.O T A., rncr I.iillll. . ILLINOIS CKNTUAL KAILUOAD lime Table InrCcct January Ifl. LOrtSVII.I.K AKU MKMP1IIS DlTlfclON o o sji o aw noiiiii HocrcD I.rNew Orloana rjlrm eooatn lMtun l, JwkiMiu. Ml.--" I.' .7in 8 TWara I'tn I.T ilruihl Jckon, Trnn maam 1004 im I.t a si'c .. 10 all! f.r CAlrn. III... ..I Lt Pulton .. ... oi I'm IIMim tjnu Hni Ar i'aducah I, V I'aducah ... . t IS pm ISUam .. IS! pin Sira Ar Princeton MS I'm 8 M " Ar KrannTllle 6 to : m inn guiara Min am mi w I'm sssam 5Spiu Ar Noronlll. ... ft I". pm 4 19 am Cliy Ar Central At Hone, llranch .. 7 X I'm 6 II nm DO) ArOvrenaboro. . "SUp Ar bouUvllle. .. .10 IS pm 7 Vam .. 7 10 am II Mam Cincinnati Ar HopVlmTlllc).. t 2 06 pm 10 11 I 3 M I'm 6 15 .. ln I'm Mam Wain The effort made to have the city purchase iN medicine at wholesale, to he ili'penxcd by the city phjeichti, is a topic of more than commonplace import. It is also one that is being widely discussed. It is now claimed, the mutter was broached, that it would cen be much cheaper for the city to have n pharmacist employed at the city hospital. hundred and fifty dollars for drugs, last month's record, Is pretty steep, ami the ordimuicc Dr. Hohertsoa suggested is designed solely to save the city money. In ten years, with the amount saved, a 815,000 hospital could be erected, according to Dr. Hobertson. To - ' I.T SOOTH llODKD , liTClnclnuall ... . No SO! No Nolls IS l.T HopUlnivllle Lt Kvauatllle I.v Central City Z 1U piU Ar I'&i1tl(lh ... I.T l'aatican SWptu ArPnlton, Ar Jacknon.Trnn.. 8 OS pin I'm Ar Uemphli. . . . f Ar J.icknon.MIta.. 2 19 am ArOr'nTllIeMI 4 0Snm ArVlckaburK .. 7 40 am ArNalcheK HSJam ArNew Orleana... Owentiro pm u "6 IS pm 3 is pm v 30 pm H .10 nm 111 atn IIMpm ii ;i S 10 atn 7 30 am 8 (ft am s4Spm am i.i.ii m am A US am Ulll SSOara lOISaui & pm 715m am 2 as pm 3 20 pm a 4S pm h IS 7 45 pin 304 bT. LOUIS UIVISION. MOItTII BOVKD. papers all over tho 303 couutry havo been soundly denounsonin bocwd. 8.M pm Leave St. l.oul ... "yellow" journals whose v n pm cing the " Kat Si. U'tits m II inpra "enterprise," .. ,tu Tlnckneyvllle. which is simply a euIt M t m. " CarbonJale . . ",12 31pm, 2 Male phemistic substitute for "mendacity" ' Marlon so pm, 4 Mam ,, i OranUburK .n n ranMR a m Uw, prompted thciii to devote page Metropolis "'.'.' 3 0) p 111, 7.30 a IB after pagu to idle gossip about the Atrlvt Taaucan . .. ft.ft.iA tnftrlftil ....!.. All trains run uaiu Aw.....on .Sunday, Maine columns of opinions of people a atar which .lo not tun wltti who know no more tnc cause of the Mo ao and 204 carry Tullman biiffetaleeplnr ram between t cars and free reellnlnt cbalr l'nllman blrepers accident than you or 1, but all of and New Orleani. Kvansvlllo and MemphH. curry liudet which have a tendency to arouse the Train" 201 and aleept'rs and co.tchef between Cincinnati and more hot headed citizens of the UniNTrams Sin'and 301 c ury Pullman Meeper", ted States, and occasion trouble. rhalr cars and coachrH between Taducab and The associated press is not behind in S,rrnilniormailDii, ticket or reservatlona. unreliable reports. Ono of tho most T. finntrtn A .11 IUnon,U. A.. A.,Chtrai;o, lll.t absurd, but one which nearly all the l.onl?vllle, Kji Kelh.ud A H.'l" r J,T. C. C. Mccarty. I P a.. St. papers readily swallowed, was tho reP.dilf.ili Kv. Donovan. npi'llcallon. a Uiey "unot reach port that an ly percussion hole Uie dhTeaaiU it.irll.iti of the er ,"' onwaytoriiredafneM, and that 1. by con had been found in tho Maine, when IScitceKt In cjuwl by it svus tltullouil rumedhw generally known that no diver llnlPKf nu huVtirnltnTillje. of the niucmu lube irrU When this hud been down, or could go down, the .. ...- - - 111 mcil you navo u nuii"" eutlrely cl mM because of tho Spanish authorities. hearliu. and when It U the lull ini ' St. Loula Leare TaOncah Arrive MetropolU.... " iiranwiuuiM llv1.jar fTIIV rarbontlale... ' CulCBtsn . .. 11 fl.l5pm .U.OJ Pin, 7' 10 pro JW ,:pm, 4U ... . ....15 Mam, ... 7 " p m, 301 .... fl.imam, tt si a m, a t'lipm p III il ti 4i pm ) io.t 7:10 n: Although t lie Hlks leunion and Grand Lodge at New Orleans in May is two mouths hence, nevertheless preparations nre being made by local members to attend it. Col. George Detzel, who left last week to attend Mardi Gras, went with instructions to engagu quarters for tho I'aducah delegation, which is ixpected to exceed twcnty.llvc or thirty, ami vthlch may prove much larger when the time comes. Many lodges have nl ready secured places to stay. The original idea of I'aducah Hlks was to charter a buffet car, but this has been abandoned. Conscrsativo aro . . rt.. ...-..- .-. ''" to organiu a military company, to be rea ly at the country's call. He has cleaned up his old army guns, TocUo0 and is fairly hilm' for n scrap. A cikniiv MMdbyDniKKli.to.7Jo. number of young men havo agreed to Uall's Family Pills are the boat. enlist, and they would havo n good !iJJ""".JL-ii- . leader, for Capt. Whitlleld bus been there before, and no ono is more D, Ph. G W. R. CLEMENT, M. courageous than lie. Tho genial to fight, howOftlce, corner Tom th and Captain will not got Hours . llruitiln-nrever, for thero svill bo no war. Kvcn t:3ntotl uoa.m. Itcxldi'iicc. Ml WathlUj no to i "ipmi. if there were, there would bo no Uiilktreet, '00 to tuop.m. U th rwtull. and imle.s matlon can be taken out and th H tube rest. nred to us normal cimuwu,m out ol ton r... ure. ktroed foreveri nlno caws rauswl bv catarrh. hlch Is tiothlnc but an In named condition of the. inucoiis Mirfacei. tiny SVewllI eIvb One Hundred Dollars for case of Dealnein (( twd by cil.irrhi that cuu. not bs cured by Hall's C.larrh Cure. Send , for circular-- , free. & C(j ue.ifneit.1 Capt. W. 0. Whitfield is preparing Mr. Walter Crotisp, of Metropolis, is in the city visitiug. Miss Laura L. Threats, of Miy-HelIs in the city. Hcv. John Talbot Smith, a Catholic priest, has written a drama, "The Hlnck Cardinal." It is historical and its plot is founded on the struggle between Napoleon and Pope Pius VII . a struggle full of interest and teeming with dramatic Incidents. The students of history will remember that nt one time Napoleon this pope. Booker T. Washington, who by St. many sensible utterances has taught tho country to record him as one of 396. I lie wisest negroes who have devoted themselves to the solution of tho chance for "laud lubbers." The de- knotty race problem, lias issued an mand would be for sailors, open le'.ter to the Louisiana constitutional convention, approving the proposed restriction of the ballot 3 a Charles Gilbert, of St. Prof. Louis, the pianoist and composer, has protection against the igtioraut. just issued n now composition entiONKTIIIMI M'.KIlrTI.. Ho lias tled "Mexican Waltz. " In nearly all of our cities, it system sent copies to his friends in the city. of free lectures has been inaugurated that have proved in an eminent deA tramp called at the home of gree entertaiuing and instructive. Mrs. llcrry, ou South Fourth street, There 1; every reason to believe a ilny or two ago, and asked for that a movemeut of this kind in Pa- something to eat. Ho made thc dticah nould provo in the highest de usual plea of having looked in vain gree satisfactory. d lady for work, so the For some reason our city has been informed him there was no occasion painfully dilatory in the attainment to go farther, for his search was at of proper literary and library facililast rewarded. She showed him a ties, and if there ever was a time for saw and a wood pile ami told him to progress along that lino, it is now. full to. The appetite for knowledge grows "Please, mum, kin I ate first?" ho with wlmt it feeds on, and unless innaked. formation can lie presented to the "No, you go abend with tho wood, people in an ogrecablc and attractive and I'll base jour breakfast ready form, they are slow to go out of the when you finish," she replied. way to seek it. Let it be giveu in He came to the conclusion that the the attractive foim of lectures, and lnd'8 hcait was as hard as the wood not only will interest be awakened in he was sawing, but sawed a while such kr.owlidge as may be the sublonger. Then he slouched up to the ject of lectures, but an interest that door and pleaded again: "I'm aw- wi'l extend to all forms of useful ful hungry. Cau't 1 ale a little learning. I'or these lectures some now?" church or hall may be secured. As "No, you woik n little while long- for lecturers, there aro numbers of er; jour brcakfst is getting done men and a few Indies of learning in now," was the reply. the city, such as our ministers and The tramp started back towards the teachers and others who pursue tho wootl pile, but when ho got to the subjects of ielativc and vital interest fence he vaulted over it ami was seen to the race through a natural fondno iiioi e. He couldn't afford lo ness for them who will doubtless woik. readily and even gladly lend their assistance. Miss Heatrlce Cunningham, the It is to he hoped that the public talented young authoress from Cadi., spirited citizens of our city will take Trigg county, is meeting with great this mailer in hand and soon have essuccess in her oattvas here, and will tablished n course of free public lecremain two weeks or longer. She tures. has sold many copies of "Jacky, These are times of intense compeJaeky, Jacky." tition, and nothing should be neglected to help our city in the contest for Miss Jcnnyc Khodcs, late of the pric of intellectual as well as ShrccKrt, La., who is to sing at commercial success. The Kureka Literary society will the "Mini! Joe" concert tomorrow night, is most talentetl young vo- meet tomorrow cxeidng at the IIus calist, and this will lu her debut be- band street C. M. K. church. In addifore n I'aducah audience. The Htisy lice club met last evetion to haing a splendid voice, she ning. is a joung lad of charming personThe Hod Carriers union in regular ality and rare mental attainments. -- ession on Feb. 15, with their president in the chair. Johu W. Clark, who has presided for the past twelve A LITTLE NONSENSE. menths. An election of olllccrs was "The peanut crop this j car Is only held. The following olllccrs were 3,000,000 liitslie!.""Xor.Fonsc; oitrollicc . Clark, Pros; II. P. elected: J. boy has cairn tlint many himself." V. M. Scott, ice Prc ; Hryant. ChlengM There Is one thliifr I likn nliottt llnancial Sec; J. Ilnjs Ass'tSec; Tolennoes," remarked the quiet man; Chas. llowse, Trcas. They ask the "when tlicy Mnokc they don't ie cig- good will of the citizens of this city. arettes." Itoston Transcript. We arc indebted to Mr. Win. Scott A Charitable View. "Wliot is your for this report. him of u c nlc?" "Well .1 i nic Is n )itimirit who linn hnd the A Voice Prom the Cliurcli. to be born with Ids smile n triflu on Mr. Kilitor: I have heard nnd read one llc." Life. a great deal about tho cake walk, Charmiiif,' Widow "And what are now I confess that do not un"Oh,nimi-)- n ami you iloliifrnownilajs?" lie myself looking out forXo. 1. And derstand this mnttcr of cake walking. Is it a you?" Charming Widow "Looking out Nor do I know its origin. worldly amusement? Is its tendency for Xo. 2." London J'lgaro. "nvlvnor-rllnarKtra Inducements. mltcrtise-nien- y sinful? Docs it lend to make the t. fire wile," rend itie morals better? Will some one who "Customers are imltcil to call knows something about the graces nnd enm!nc (runtlsuhicli will he found conducive-tthe growth of ChrisMill wtinn." Philadelphia Xorth Amertianity, tell me the real benefit deican. walk to the to rived from the cake "When I was j our nge ,slr, I "Yes; church, to the catibc of Christ and Btriotly to business." attend hcn j on wero my ago you kept n religion? I have tried in every concountry store, and Vo heard you say ceivable manner to find the good that j ou umm! to piny checkers nil day long." results from the so called Chicago Itccord. cake walk. Hut to save me I can't Xot.lust as He Meant It. "Johnson sec anything but a waste of time, n wanls to borrow oine money of me. degrcdation of moials, a feeder for Do j on know anything Hbout him'.'" the balls nnd a first-claworkshop "I know him as well ns I do jou. for the devil through his agents to I wouldn't let him hao a cent." lead the minds of the young church Journnl. I have noticed - Insulting Comparison. "J Tow do members astray. jou like that, jou scavenger of the that the cake walk is only Indulged best colored peosens?" said the cook, plunging lie lob- In by the ster Into boiling water. Tho lobster ple. If I nm mistaken 1 stand to be niadi no reply, but lt got eiy hot and corrected. Again a cake walk in turned red. Chicago Tribune. these days is not complete without n Taking a "Irm Stand. "Pat, you church member and a dance attached complain of being out of woik, and to it. Aro the chinch members yot 1 heard that coal denier ofTrryou u strengthened by the cake walk or is Job lo drheonc of his carts not ten minutes ago." "Yi, siir; but I'm domnied If the cako walk strengthened by the 1 think t io cake I'll frcee meself to death to keep nlhe." church members? walk gets the best end of the . irgoio. Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. "Would jou be willing to lite In a C. 15. P. haunted house?" Inquired Mie. Meek-towho hail been considering the Mrs. Hillman, of West Clay street, "Well, Henri- is ou the sick list. of moving. etta," was the nusuer, "I must say It There will be a weddiuer next Snt- would be n good deal of n comfort to to hear noises without hav- unlay evening at tho residence of M. be able W. Mtles, ortn Kicventh ing to get up and bunt burglais." lll street. Hrothcr "Johnson" will wed Washington Star. Miss ''Liza." Jlrotlier Gardner will PERSONAL AND LITERARY. olllciatc, after which the in fair will It is snld that Adam Wick, now a bo served for the bencllt of tho Colrsldent in Ventura countj, Cul., is the ored Methodist Kpisconal church. nlj- - person living w ho saw James Mur-iha- ll Everybody invited. Admission free. pick up tho first gold nugget in Serenaded, hut state. About 10:l!0 o'clock lust night we lly tho will of tho la(o Susan S. Clark, of Ifaitford, Trinity college is to and our wife wero made to feel that receive $10,000 for the suppoit of two wo wero being wafted away to tho students to be nominated by the bishop sweet Klysiaii Ileitis on a cloud of of the diocese. symphonies that filled tho sky. lt M. Valbert, In the llevue de Deui: wns a serenade by mi orchestra of received eery five pieces, to whom Monde, tells how Kenan and to which, year from a proWnce In I'runce an individually and collectively, we anonymous lcttcrsajlngslmplj : "Don't forget that jou aro going to be extend our thauks, mingled with the hope that they may cnll again. The damned." Miss Mary Kirke, whoso salary of inner limn of each was remembered $t,S0rt ns I'ortuguesc translator In the in ti way that made itself felt. They bureau of American republics Is thu will tell the rest. largest goerninont salary paid Washington's birthday was pretty is n graduate of Swarthmore collrgs;. generally observed throughout tho country yesterday. R.tuc.ite Your ll(iw,., nit l'uti-iCii'ily Ontlnrllc, euro ionflil,-,Um- i forever. Mr. M. S. Collier, of Pocahontai, ICu J5a. llU.C.U,iali,lruifKhuircIunanioi1cjr. d, kind-hearteItti-ord- . 1 tit-ess n, C3 popular th!s caoi . Jteilmgotes of this for are nlfo worn, and a wn'e hand of lt on a black cloth tl.irt wilh n bloue of a very elegant costume. A tfe5tbloiif rf this fur Is tho niOft "tylmi garment one can jioiset, It has n table collar. Nanow jitVeleil m plain black Mtln belts are vpfn with tlii? coat, tthlch, to he quite up to date, lias much lefs fullness than the Wouse inn.u'e early In the season. The back Is flat and plain, the sides ery l ear!) so, with a moderate blouse cfTect in front, anil they fasten directly in front with retcrs or lap oter ou one l.ti. it .11. 4irn1.i1 litiHrtna Tlin lirtcmlp - ..- - ......,.. .w, ...... j..,.v. ....... frill ii sometimes made In n separate , piece. I'liin medium length coats fitted closi't In the back nnd looe In front nre ;'o worn, besides Mirlous little strc.t jackets reaching only to the waist, made double breasted, with erv wide rciers of contrasting fur or cf embroijeied telvet. All the coat, wlmlMrr the shape may be, are ier caref ll fitted, and very elegant as to HnlOL' llnlsh and style. Th' blouse apparently makes ro attempt to lit nn.i one, nnilje If it were not c icfully cut nnd perfectly fitted It wouM hare ro style at all. Tlic time wlien n plain sealskin sacrjuc villi no pretr ion a to fit was,in elegant garment m good M.le Las certain!,! pased, and i ') both tate nnd skill arc to make any kind of success with uiir f'ir. A blouse coal of brp!tcliwnng' shown lr tin- illustration opens ocr a ef of roe- - lured velvet, nnd Is strapjutf aero- - with black silk cord nnd pendent aeon- - 'J'lic collnr of tehet Is edged with f ir. An ermine ruff, with a necktie of lie same fur, is another noveltv. while for llioc who cannot afford the 1' nj: I'titlntr coat of fur tliere Is one of lieavv i loth wI'U sable collar and cuffs. Tw examples of the combination of Iit, t 'et and fur ore hown In the l hi, and one of these pelerine" In fox with a collar of green ehct edffw' It fa fur Rtid ootered with herded pilpti 'ace. It Is outlined with a l.icff frill. '1 a cascade of lace decorates the front l'oMn boa with the whole head a the et are trv fashionable lhl eaoti iniiff to match. Itoas neirr go with finite it of fashion, and nnj tiling, w it Is ir and has plcntx of tail", seems to pa muster. The lruff certainH an oli ft for nt tentlon ns to ie and nrict this winter, nnd the Oinpe re semlr e a traveling bajr seems to be one o' ' e prime faiorites. It Uii'iinl'v made t f some long-- shnypy fur and ' ft piile pen "at the ends to iliow a white or erv bright satin lining. Until .! muffs iu all vires nre still car-- j led, but the prettiest of nil Is the mtiff e wide frills at the ends, nil with lined with sonic pretty bright satin and decorated with lace or n satin ribbon bow on one hide. I'ancy muff of tel tct art innde In this way with fur edging- oli the frills nnd fur talis mKcd in with a laee Ikhv. Tho use of lace a a trimming for fur i ery much In this season, as it ell as fur bands or I ee gowns. Ttery kind of fur, raccoon skin srrtns to be worn, but .ible. 1r rccliwnnc, enl, chinchilla. TYriin I imb and fo hae the lead among the elegant gaimenl. One of the ti f.)ds uf the season is to hac fur trim-- i ' " om the white silk gown worr by tl i rldesiunids, in d if jou can afford erru or while fov It must be fiit bieili-chwanbreitcli-wang,mnkcnr-daljy"lf i i 1 etl-deni pliable First-class.- .. Mtiirt, Wriiin nn.l ( fuitieK Mit.lc "I l( 'I'M It SrH'dii, is on Important felor in (hU to.iron, m.iilt! up as it if in cwij wjfy and trinnnlrg etery klntl of gown fiom gall? nit to the heaviest cloth The only place in the city equipped In tnnct and elegnicc the fur gar ment"! Burpnss nn.Miilng we liaic erer hail before, and rtci concrhaMe shape, with the necessary tools to do llm-clas- s lirtnct.ii i small collarette and an encarriage and wngon wotk. tire fur costume, Is worn. The Inlter ' unqncMfonnlily an etratngnncc, hut It Htillditig new work a specialty. Is ci, elegant, made of the gloM.v, in I n K4. Paxton. Horseshoeing and Give you All Kinds of Blackemithingr FIRE LIFE and TORNADO Insurance Over Citizen's Saving Bank. 319 COURT STREET 319 Established 1S5S. Incorporated 1S93. CUT Johnson ,. Foundry and Machine,, Company Steam t'ngines, Boilers House Fronts, Mill Machinery And Tobacco Screws, lirnss nnd Iron Fittings, Castings of all kinds, I'ADUCAH, KV. HHLF IN TWO Wall Paper, per roll Fifty-cen- t 3 Jc Window Shades for Wy 30 c ricr. Immc Hand-mad- e shade in any .size, rictnre fr?mk, maic t paper haujinjj done in any part of tke cmiaty IIH NORTH roi rRTHG, G, U&&sfcs3RT" jet 1 I,oiV for the Big Sign when tou urtli itreet. Dallam & Bowden, AttorneysatLaw, Equt.uim: Uuio., Louisvii.n:, Kv HErtit or rEituisdio.N io LOUISVILLE SCIENTIFIC AND FIEST-OLAS- S rWellir and Casually Co. Kliltlliy Trust na S, V, Co John -- tltes, " hqultable Lire Anurance Society, Mcsrs. Htimphrty & Oavlc, MeasrB, Mulri. Mtilr, PADUCAH I'aducah Sttet Hallway Co I'aducah Wettr Co Am Gt-r Natlnrt' i'.ink. , BLftCKSMITHING REFftlRING t HORSESHOBING . . Hon. lift Mcssn i iilt;lp) '. Julgley, Mal.T. U. Mf . f. DON'T bu All work guaranteed W. Court Sticet bet. GREIF, 2d and 3d. The Ardmore, Thirteenth street betweon Pennsylv aula avenue nnd If street Northwett, WASHINGTON, D. O. European, 51.00 and up American, CUBS THE PLUMBER $1.50 to 2,50 First-clas- s family hotel. No liquors. Convenient to earn and places of interest. Most central location, and pleasant home for tourists and sightseers T. M. HALL, Prop. In tho city. lit may be ciilirdy innocent. Maybe hi t jrk was good has been nd treated. Whatever tho causo of the break or Icik, or bad hehiiv ior of pipes, don't tvaatc time about it, hut have it fixed up. AV'tf'arc ready to make rcjiana promptly and economically. We arc ready to put .1 job of new plumbing into your house that will give jou more satisfaction and less anoyance than you ever experienced before. ED D. 132 South Fourth HHNNKN Street-Telephon- e 201 A. S. DABNEY, HIGH-GRAD- E BICYCLE! DENTIST. 406 BROADWAY, IS9Q AND BICYCLi) SUNDRIES. Agent for tbe'lilgliost Rrados of Bicycles made. Wa re prepared to efTr Htoarns for SSS.SODon't fall to seo our, 845.00 OvcmntU and Rugby s best on the market, prettiest wheel mado. Don't fall to too our Ha t wheels boforo buying. Wo are tho only oxcluslvo Bicycle houso in tho city. Completo ropalr shop. Freo riding school to those buying rraeols frm ui. Don't fall to cnll romeruber tho place, 126 DR. 0. A. AMOSS Homeopathic Physician . llriudMAr OKee, 'IVIfi'li'inet Offee At., Hetldi are 3)1 and 128 North Fi,fth street, near Palmer Ilonsff Paclucah Cycle Works, I.' AtlOftlCf tirtitoll.Klatn .llto 4iN)pui W to t OJ pin ch -- V Hii'i Mink is also ucd, nnd with It makes n charmln? finish. Y. Sun. J. WM. FISHEfl braid Master Oommissioner, 128 Wall Paper Window Shades. IN THE LATEST PATTERNS. 1'KOMIT ATl'ESTlON GIVEN TO ALI. ORDERS. No. 132 S. Third Street A PRETTY RUG. Hit l'o rrlnc;. t ndlc rugs combine licautj and dm i lllty, and arc so economical that th. ommend themsohesto thctCiiifti wife, Select soft woolen mateiiul, ho ilrcs goods or knit underwear, garments, and fr. the pile of cast-of- f bins strips one inch wide, riatlic rips lengthwise through the tilt o i' r n coare needle and tlir. I. It will not be necpt.n imw I'..- - lips together: siinpiv lap the Cilgt - and gather through them, lwit-- e ' roll as jou go. AVIion ono thre-u. fi ti'j on another, and pioceed tint ! Much of the j on nio nil you need. iic of the rug depends upon the col-eOltnnd if the goods are f.ide.l. is ' re likely to be, die I hem the colli with Willi d.ic. I lioll theegT'i en I rips into bulls nnd scud tliciu tori c;i ii euier, whose charge fci in i li .' i chain will not be tiinie than I" . - per sciuaie ,nrd. It does not c oitllniiiy enrpet wc lug, a the i h inks Into tike rag mid docs not !. r f r the niitl-t't fomc du'l thelMiidcr. If i' d brightcolorf ii 'i puffer ti hit or mi's center, collect n'! small pieces jou har, cut lute fi p and lay In n pile liy thenifcches nil ton luiio cnongli, mis them wc" and w them. The shorter tkestiips e greater the variety of coloi nnd i ni'd-ising l ' i i i -1 lion to MnUe .tlrnctlt r I'nrprt 'j I Ins his olllcc at noiiiii Fouith street, I Over L. D. UtisbamU. INSURANCE Eatil-EfUnger&G- VRITTEN .W1.TJ1H W. S. GREIF i Telephone No. 73 i o ny EE3 Undertakers and cmbalmcr. Store Telephone K(5 150 eilJ'nco iMe'-an- 130 S Third MISS AGNES MOHAN Solicits pupils for Instruction on the llefeienre ( Is lankily becoming the favoiitc with the people of this others, for the reason that it is O BERTS BEER city.It ABSOLUTELY PURE HAMULI) IN llOTTLhS ANH IIT 11IK KKtl leads all rrot l'ruf II li s l 1 PIKNO iiiabatn lir' ia Trimble M PADUCAII BOTTLING CO. F J. Deisdoll, Fropiictor. Telephone 101. FelU.r Water and ail Soda DR, A, M. COVINGTON, OF 5IETROPOLI8, ILL. Trnders liU iircft.".il ir il bervlces lo all hU.Ter mg iru:uui.A-e- " UYI F..VK, ui " le lt lv, Kititl Tenth and Madison ttrrels Orders filled until 11 p.m of Teniperauee Drinks. ft lth noudertul '.ll .tnd tu lhoo undtrulitu. 0li AM) TIIKOAT a 'iv.tlal i,".ir.iutee iAZOOD WOOD EVfiFYt tin i it'tltcr It will lie. Ilaiethcbordir of sumo plain color. Heavy cioiflicted frliig. made of enrpet chain or colored cord ' otild he placed across the ends Ilousekeenlug. li 1 Do you want the best. It can be found nt Tenth and Trimble. Dry and green hickory blocks for hcaliu stoves. Try one order. M in Its IS THE RFCORD WE MAKE. Season 0UR woman In Hope, Knov emmtj, Mo., "i.ll wears ti cummuii wire hairpin uhiih vhu has worn for 10 je.ir. She A liiirle woman mutt be married. licit r would lunu admitted that she had been wcnrliifr hall pins thnt length V - North End Wood Yard. Brinton Ollleo Am B. Davis, ARCHITECT. Nut. Hai.k stock of staple and fancy groceries is Splendid line ami of canned goods. Our meat market is unexcelled, having everything in the line of fresh ami salt meats. Mr. II. G.. Well, the wife of the wh.i has come t joung lateauthor-sciciitls- jf time. Telephone uS. Uor. 9th ami Trimble. so piomlnently before the nubile In r ly, attends to almost nil P. F. LALLY. ramwiM THOS. E. IVIOSS correspondence, and her is iilmokt liidUtIngui-hnbl- li.n ffom Ins. - Vdward Mars.lon, the young o Is a student In bane tlieoloi.' A'ii-Ki- ATTORNEMMWiS" Boarders Wan red, llGPontli Fourth Street. tal siii.fnnry, delicicd an addri-- s I l:idiai).i)olis leccntly and surprised In heart rs by saying; thnt It bis "v' were ti be oliilUed, thoe who re in- -' d 103 Coikt Siiu:r.r. to woik should be pot to.denlli - i,. llushnell, of Ohio. gnc h pir-do- n Good Rooms, Good Table, Best of t 1! ilph Wlnterglll. a life priMim r. Attention. i, n ( liristniimdnj, which wits prompt tv list 'I Wlnterglll l now 70 j eniw old ref UE0KGK KREUTZEU. mil h is served !40 jenrf. In dt. lining said the Mate bad ii lift i te.l he -him f' i life, nnd he did not are to go M.D. tin. k i' his old age to a world that had' HARRY F, WILLIAMSON, forgofen him, and he preferred thnt the state should continue lo care for Physician and slin to the end. r The new model No I Yost jirints without ribbou. H au'i. ful iindiierfcct work all tile time. 21f0 I 0. 11 Si auks, Agent. type-wiitc- Miss Mary AGENTS B. F. Greif & Oo GENERAL INSURANCE .. :- Telephone 174. - PADUCAH, KY Surgeon J". co Ilour.i ,TI Oilleo, .No BOOKBINDER' A thoroughly equiprwd lkiok-inakin- HENRY MAMMBN, Jr. g i';iut. t J.,lto5p ui. I You need semi notluii;j out of town mi', UrwulwAy. Patent Flat-Openi- Books BROA") rrY J.ms .is!.i!: v .. JtaitS 3f" -- o :.." -- -- ri, - A Rush for skirl, different colors and patterns, lt ...nnl ovtrn PERSONALS. Jno. J. Mclvcr, of Louisville, is at the Palmer. J. II. Colemau of Murray, is at the Palmer. Chas. E. Conn, of Geneva, N. Y., is at the Palmer. Attcmey J. M. Wortca was in Princeton on husinc39. A. Pollak, of Richmond, Ya., is at the New Richmond. O. Raiiehfuss, of Golcoudn, is at the New Richmond. The Misses lloaz, of Golconda, were visitors in the city today. John II. Jones nud wife, of Ad vance, Mo , arc at the Palmer. Mr. Will Schrocdcr and wife re turned to .St. Louis today, Mr. George L. Woody, representing the "lliirllugton Route" is at the Palmer. Mrs. J. P. Uohnnnan, of Casey ville, is a guest of her eon, Mr. Arc Uohanuuu. Mr. A. Kuox and the Paducah Y. M. C. A. delegation have returned from Majsvillc. Mi3 Daisy Nccly, of Corydou, Ind., who isvfeiting her sister, Mrs. II. J. Foppe, is quite ill. Conductor W. Y. Hausbro, after a visit to Shcllleld, Ala., returned to the city today. Senator Mo D. Ferguson and Rep. to rcseutative Mocquot returned Frankfort this mornlug. Second Clerk Lee Rhodes, of the Joe Fowler, has a beautiful black He fell down the step3. eye Dispatcher Allen Jorgensou, of the Illinois Central, was able to be out today, after nearly two week's illness. Mr. Dob Robertson, theClarouctist, will be here tomorrow afternoon to take part in the "Wind Joe" concert. The Misses Heudrick, of Owens-borafter a visit to their father, Deputy Reu'uuc Collector Heudrick, left this morning for home. Miss Ora V. Leigh, who has been at the Y. M. C. A. convcutiou at Maysville, is visiting her brother. Mr. Chut Leigh, in LouisTille. Messrs. A. It Jones, Xcal Glaug han, A. Semoues aud II. Dancke, ot Union Citv. Tenn.. eamo un last night and are at the Palmer. Mr. Alex Levy and wife, of Louisville, are in the city on a visit. They are of the city and their many friends ill bo elau to see them. A WHAT 1 HE DOCTORS, Uolland-Teinnle, WEDDINGS The Spoils Will not express it when you see the gains we arc offering this week. bar- A Number ol Them Exprei Their Views on Dr. Hubert Avgust-Berfre- r, BONDS' DRUG STORE THIRD AND COURT Emles-Cule- , nntl Other Sons Ordinance llclntivo To City Physician's Dispensation of Medicine Iho Majority of Tbcln 'Hunk tho Plan is Practicable-SoDo Not, However. me Nuptials. Young Couplo From L'nducnli (Joes to .Metropolis to Ho Married. Water Filters fMWmr -- t. Vive hundred new shepherd plaid ' I MILLINERY i! M ft wtiifli rind llcnvv weight. These skirts could not be just lcceived The most exelu-solin the regular way under $3.50 sjvc ami stylish line of millinery and $4.00. hut they are slightly every exhibited in I'aducah. r damaged. Your choice of the lot ew Tain O'Shanters, new .00. ors, new walking hats, and, in fact, Twelve hundred new sample cor- - hats of all .styles and descriptions, sets, all styles and colors, the range at price that cannot fail to suit the k'crs. in price irom 75c 10 yi.o our most economical Hear in mind, we carry the most price for your choice ol any 01 me.se s goods, 50c. select stock of mourning goods in Two hundred new gold belts, the city. regular 25c and 50c belts they arc odd sizei your choice for 10c. A handsome set ring with every fj.oo purchase. d sail-fo1 DEPARTMENT.... high-clas- 215 BROADWAY,,. THE BAZAAR LOCAL lMg ...215 BROADWAY MENTION. Shipment ot Feed. The fcrrybuat Uetlic Owen today brought to the city on her forenoon trip irom me Illinois shore over twenty loads of liny, corn, etc. This W3 a urcttv cood haul for one half day. Dr. Edwards, Ear, Eye, Nose and tf. Turos' Specialist, Paducah, Wanted. EYES TESTED FREE! Spectacles Properly Adjusted; Satisfaction Guaranteed solicitor for the Daily and Weekly Sun. Liberal induce ments offered tc the right man. Call in person, or write to Sex l'ciiusin.vc. Co., I'adiieah, Ky. tf A traveling Notice. Owners of horses, mules and cattle will conform to the ordinance govern ing same, at once or suffer the pen alty. Ilorocs and mules, loose, arc not to be let run in the city limits at any time day or night. Cattle arc to be confined at night. This will be rigidly enforced. 23f8 Jas. M. Lang, Mayor- - The ordinance to be introdWKQt the next meclinc of the counci uTSc- scribing that the city physician 'shall dispense his own drugs, in iulillUou to prescribing for patients, willno doubt provoke opposition. A reporter today interviewed a number of local physicians relative to the only one q'estion involved, viz: whether or uot it is possible for the city physician, with the amount of work he al ready has to do, to dispense these drugs. Nearly all the doctors agreed that it is possible for a physician to do this, but thai it will take up all of his lime, and he should be paid more money for it. Dr. Harry Williamson, whom City Physician Rivers succeeded, said: 'Sometimes it would be practicable and sometimes it wouldn't. At times the city physician has more than ho can do, at other times very little. He has to visit from five to thirty patients a day. Wbeu 1 was in oillcc a good plan was suggested but it was never carried out. Tins plan was to fit un au apothecary's shop in the olllce now occupied by the mayor, and employ a clerk to mis prescriptions. The people would then hve to go to the city hall to have the prescription filled, instead of to drug stores out around town. The drug bill during the year I was in olllce was about 81.G00. The city onco bought me about GO worth of drugs. 1 always, to a certain extent, dispensed my medicine, and every city physic ian does, more or less. To do this exclusively, however, would some' times be porsiole a ad sometimes it A! The marriage of Dr. S. '.. Holland, of Grnhamville, to Miss Eva Temple, of Mason's Mills, took place at 5:30 J.L.VOLPF JEWELER AND OPTICIAN wouldn't." Dr. Troutraan, who was city phy sician previous to Dr. Y tlliamson, Mated that lie did uot think iho city physician could dispense his own drugs, ihat the work was too Dr. C. A. Special Sale. Pure raaplc sugar, per lb., 10c. BROADWAY 408 Heinz Dill pickle, per gnl., 30c. Choice date, per lb., 7H'c. Choice dried ilgs, per lb., 7'sc. Choice N. O. molasses, per gal., 35c. BROADWAY Fresh corn meal, per bu., 40c. Oranges, per doz., 10c. to 30c. Qt. bottled best catsup, 15c. I. L. ItAXDOLl'II. 123 S. Second st. Phone 89. Linn wood good quality for it. is the best good-sized, WARSHIPlFTOAP. great. o'clock yesterday afternoon at the German Kvaugelical church, this city, Rev. 11. F. Wulfmaui the pa.3tor, officiating. Miss Wochlschlaeger, of Keeps the Best St. Louis, and Mr. Johnson Houscr, ot tho city, wcro the attendants. A Brands oi sumptuous bridal sapper was served the GUARANTEED AND FOR SALE nt the home of the bride after Cigars and Tobacco wedding. Both nro deservedly popular young people, aud belong to some of the best families ot the county. Mr. Thomas O. Argust, tho popu- Telephone 392 lar young clerk on tho wlinrfboat, and Miss Julia Bcrger, a most esti mable young lady of the south side, wcro united in marriage last night nt the residence ofAMr. Mosea Quinn, on South Fourth street, Hev. J. W. MORTON'S OPERA HOUSE Waters, of tho Third street M. E. l'lctcliet Ttrrtll, Mauagtr I'lKTII StUKKT.. .. church, officiating. Ni:.t IJoou TlIK 1'AUlKlt The marriage was iu tho nature of a surprise, not even the mcit inti- 23 WEDNESDnY, FEBRUARY 23 f 7:30 9:C a. 111. Telephones IIOL'HS J 1:00 3 mate friends of tho couple having 7:008:1 p in. been apprised of it. Mr. and Mrs. HARRY W. SEMON'S Argust have the best wishes of a host of friends. 11IGAt 5 o'clock this afternoon Councilman Win. Eadcs will be united in EXTRAVAGANZA COMPANY'rfcTaf marriage at Birmingham, Ala., to Miss .Mac Woodson Cole, of that city. The couplo will arrive in PaFunny Comedians, ducah before the first ot March and Pretty Olrls, be at homo to friends. Dazzling Costumes. Mr. Elmer Tripp, superintendent of the turning department of the Opera, Burlesque, Spectacular, Com' Maytltld Planing mill and Miss Ora edy, Pantomime, Hallet. Belote, a charming young lady, were marricl last ui"ht nt the bride's home, one mile west of Ma field. JUST WHAT YOU WANT Botli are popular jouug people. Now A Hot Dish, with Ton.co SavckI Tho '98 Miss Ella May Crow and Mr. G. UKT A h II0NT BL'AT! Soo Mauley went to Metropolis today and were married. The bride is a charminc votine ladv of Eleventh No aJv.ince lu irlcr. .iala on sila TuwJ.t)' at .m I street, formerly of Princeton, Ky. and Mr. Mauley is foreman at Lit ARont tie's factory. SATURDAY, ITBKUARY water? Our Filters will make impure water as pure lear and sparkling as spring water. Every family should have one. Every Filter tested before leaving our store. BY more essential swfp What ishealth than pure to good i ... mmJiDr. Albert Bernheim 1 Physician and Surgeon oi. (SVo.? . -- - 5yialftK!w3!?S?L. s,n2?Sr2!s. S32??aafi5i WHATP Bali Bearing Vl - Typewriter YES bearing in all. Typewriters. machines. ull. O. B. STHRKS, for Densmoro, Yost and Galigraph Supplies for Densmoro ia ball model of the aamplo with Remarkable Display in the Big Show Window at Noah's Ark. Representation of the Battleship .Maine, Morro Castlo and - Havana Harbor, J. S. GANSTER cigar made. Ask Notarv Public pensions carefully attended to. Office, 714 South Third street. & AND SOLICITOR OF is ottered for sale nt low prices: Residence, six rooms, and lot, corPENSIONICLAIMS When Noah's Ark does anything it is dono right, and furthermore it is. Prompt and thorough attention given ner Tenth and Jefferson. Stable end lot, Jefferson near always Iho Jaust adto all cases. Tenth, touching Illinois Central rail vertising neheme of this store is the Vouchers for quarterly payment of Battleship the representation of Maine in soap. The beautiful ship with its big guns, turrets, small boats and masts, even the search light, all in soap Noah's Ark's which is the best. Besides the big warship are small boats and not far off across tnc harbor is the massive Morro Ca3tle. Friend one of the three strongest forts in the Incandescent lamp globes suitable world. This artistic creation in soap for system for sale at McPherson's is well wortli the pains of any one to Drugstore. tf go to Noah's Ark to see. We want you for a customer, ALLEGED THIEVES New City Sti:am Lai'shuy. tf road. Business property on Third street between Broadway and Jefferson, 43 feet front, now used as coal yard and feed store. For terms apply to J. T. Donovan or John O'Brien, Paducah, Ky. 21-- 5 tf Valuable Heal Estate for Sale. The following valuable real estate X YFHV MOT TRV TT? ,V -This is not a large ad. But you've seen and read i Others would have done the same- had it been your advertisement. Have you anything to announce that will interest the hundreds who read the Si n cverv dav? Then why not sav it here? 2 ..-- -- New City Laundry uses no muddy Oa Trial Before Couuty Judge Tully water clear distilled water only, tf Today. JOHN G. MILLER, ATTORNEY AT LAW... 419 Broadway. James Spencc Farmers' rropntuir. Restaurant.... s. 212 Second (I rMuctteour llnwet. null CiKcnret. car- constipation forctcr The young men White and Hunt, lfCC.0 fah. clnicclsts refund mouev. of near Ragland, charged with steal , are on ing meat from a In Meinoriam. Many hearts will be saddened to trial today before County Judge Tul learu that the angel of death has ly. The case has consumed the greater taken from earth another treasure. 1. Uttl'ISt 1JUUIL Utt.3 IILL11 ItJUIJtlll III part of the day, and this afternoon its fairest and brightest iewel: n nly three witnessess had been heard, radiant pearl has departed from the wll"e tllcre arc twenty or more in all cord of affection to be gathered to The case may last through tomorrow. the immortal casket in heaven. I'lCf UHE .MAN On Thursday, February 17,' 1H98, Miss Maggie W urth, aged 23, daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Stephen Wurtb, Got Too Free in His Remarks to au Candy - tOe.SSc. smoke-house- physician vears ago, said: "I think the city physician could dispense tho drugs, as well as prescribe. Of coue it would be no aaty Job, but the majority of prescriptions used in common ailments can bo mixed almost as easily as they can be" written. I have carried most of my medicine iu the country and city that way for forty ears. I do it yet, and many others do." Dr. Brooks said: "Yes. It could be done. I thiuk, but it would reNow quire all tho doctoi's time. Dr. Sanders used to do that way, and Dr. Frank Davi3 adopted the plan. The lnticr accepted tho.ollice of city physician for $150 a year, and furnished all the medicines, too, and the records will show it. But of course the town was not so large then. I thiuk the plan is feasible." Dr. Rcddicksaid: ''Yes, 1 think it can be done, but think the salary-ough- t to be increased. With our system of 'tablets' lie could probably succeed in dispensing his drug3, but it would take up all of his time, and he would lose lots of rest." Dr. Boyd said: "It I possible, but it would keep the city physician very much busier than he is now, aud he is now one of the busiest men in town. 1 don't think, however, that he could do the patients justice in every instance. If he had to givo medicine, he would have to give what he had, and if he didn't have it he would have to give something else. Hence tho patient might suffer for Elliott, who was city 26 all standard THE THREE RIVERS. MATINCE AND NIGHT Items of Interest Gut heral From the River Front for the Sim Renders. The Dick Fowler was tho only lower Ohio river packet out of this port today. She left for Calroat8:;i0 this morning. The sectional dry docks arc busy repairing some barges for the Barrett fleet. The W. W. O'Neil U on her way down tho Ohio with a big tow of coal en route to southern points. She will likely pass here tomorrow and i expected to leave some coal here for a local dealer. The Reuben Dunbar out of the Cumberland river from Nashvillo is expected hero this afternoon on her way to Evansville. The Monic Bauer is due out of the Cumberland river with a tow of spoke and stave timber, this being her first trip since she has been re- Till' GREAT Kl KVt. IOME1IV, JOSHUA SIMPKINS The play that has mailc millions laugh replete with sons ilancet, an.l new rclineil character specialties SKI! the thrilling saw mill cene. SHI; I'utoinac river lij moonlight 1). C. Are paving tho wn for a largo npriir. lunincti, reaching out after the newest and in the great norld of iucrehandie. W c are trying to make jour liujiu,; eav for you. lt Sl'.Ivthc village tavern. SUB Sceues in Washington, fe' J A great cut-pri- ce t Corset Sale beginning; Monday, February 21. All ladies cannot be beautiful in face, but they can in form, by wearing one of our American Lady corsets. They add new beauty to any form. We have the American TWO BRASS BANDS! Watch for the hig treet parade at noou. llruig the litlc ones and laugh with I'uclc Joh. Matinee price. Children uiukr u jmii, ijc ailull.f jjc mc V: 7S N'lKbt price. sratt oa wlc I Jr at an Culln lljjy 7 "' 3, Lemon's Feed Store! nS North Third street -- constructed. I si, The best meal in town for tho money.... Open day and night Short Orders There more Catarrh In UiH section ot the country than nil other dlsiun- jmt together and until the last few years wai nj iosi-- to be Incurable. 1'or a Kreat many ) i ant doctor tirououncrd It a local dlteaxe, and irus rlbed focal renedleB, and by constantly falling n cure with local treatment, (irunounted It Iu curable, bclenee ba. proven catarrh to 'o a constitutional dUeatw, uuJ therefore rujulrcs a constitutional treatment. llall'H Catarrh Cure, manufactured by t J, Cheney A. Co. Ohio, lit the only cotatltutloual curi mi the market. 11 Is taken Interi ally In dcxea from ludropstoa teaepoonful. Itactt direct of the ( Is on the bio d aud uituous tern. They offer one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure, bend forclrcuhim and Address, testimonials. r J. C1J KNhY .t CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by Druxstau, 75c. Hall's family mis are the Ixu 1m POLICE L COURT, earth, wa3 given From Heat en's celestial clime Back to its giver soon was driven, Where life knows uo end of time. day. Like a dove to the ark NEW IIOAUMASTEU ilEKE. Thou hast Mown to thy lest From tho wild sea of strife To tho home of the blest. Is Being Shown About by Roadmas-tc- r Sabin. She has crossed life's sunset portals So blithe, bo young, so gay; Tho new rondmaster for this divisStill luiing hearts will throb with ion, Mr. L. W. Wallace, nrriyed in pain To know that she has gone away. the city this morning, accompanied by the retiring roadmaster, Mr. A. Her loving friend T. Sabiu, who is transfered to Telephone 121 for best laundry in Hau.ie C. K. Ki:tii.p.u. tf McCrncken county, Feb. 22, 1808. The two gentlemen havo been out I'aducah. " on an inspection of tha road. Super' Wood! j. JlluHcru 6ill aud Hutole lour I.iit jbhj. Is Quit tobacco easily nnd foretcr.be ma visoriuMartin Orchan, of Princeton, Telephone No. 29 for a nice two 11 .'.ill Of life, CCrVU mill iL'(ir. the party. wni t tiltn horse load delivered promptly. Price, ia ucwnndir-worlter- , tliatmaltca weak mm Smoke Pete's Bisranrk and Star Ohio River Spoke aud troni;. au umgRiM'.Kjcorll. CureeuarBD 81 cash. Addreti tf tf. uca iiooitiel end samplo freeNew York. Banner. Lira Co., E. K. Bell. bulling Remedy Co., Chicago w There was a brief Bcssion of today's police court. The caso ngtdnst John Marsludl, colored, charged with stealing a ham from I he towboat Kenton, was continued until tomorrow, to await tho arrival of Capl. Robertson, who is out on a trip. John Hatty, who was found at the bottom of the city hall steps, where he had rolled from tho top, was a sorry looking specicmen, charged with drunkenness. He was fined 8 1 and costs. Chi-cago. Vo-Tt-- Small and Interesting Session This Morning. departed from this world of 6orrow to a brighter world above. Our .sympathies are with the bereaved father, mother, sister and brothers, knowing how hard it is to give her up. No one saw tho silent messenger ; no one heard the rustle of the snowy wings ; none of the ans- loun watchers could see the cold hand that was gently aud silently bearing their loved one away from them none but dearest Magic. Clothed in the spotless robes of innocence she went and left us with our heaits overburdened witli a weary lonesome grief, sLe left her be loved father, mother, one darling sister and fceven precious brothers here on earth and went to meet her darling sister in heaven. Dear father, mother, sister and brothers, weep not for your loved one, though you so sadly miss her here ou earth, her soul is safe iu h aven. A jewel rare to Kmployc. W. J. King, one of tho picture men under tho New Richmond, wus arrested today on a warrant charging him with uaing insulting language towards I. hcoine, an employe. The case till come ui) tomorrow in the police eourt. ALLEGED TO BE INSANE. Mrs. Thad Gish Will be Tried Before Judge Husbands. Mrs. Thad Gish, of the Massac neighborhood, will' bo tried before Circuit Judge Ilusbauds this on a charge noon or in the of lunacy. The unfortunate woman is one of (he most prominent of that locality, and has friends and relatives in the city as well as in the county. She is about 45 jcir3 old, and it is understood has been in failing health for tho past several weeks The information relative to her sanity was filed by Couuty Attorney Graves to after-morni- Dr. Winston: "With our system of tablets, I think the city physician could dispense his own drugs. If the drug bill last year was 81, COO, I would be willinc to accent the nosi- There is nothing to equal The P. D. Stagg3 will arrive here tion of city physician and furnish all it. Sold by all first-clathe drugs at my own expense for this afternoon from Waterloo, Ala., druggists. will return tomorrow afternoon. and SI, 000." K? CHv PI ysicinn W. T. Graves HOSK. The Joe Fowler was the Evansville XKW WASH FAHKICS. atated lhat he thought it was possi- mail liner today, although (somewhat A littlo early to wear them, but Fifty do.. Ladies' Mask Seamless ble for the city physician to mis his late in arriving on accouut of very not too early to buy them. Hose, double heel and toe, guaranprescriptions, but did nut think this heavy freight business. Special price inducements lull be teed stainless, at 8 13 c. This price duty could legally bo imposed on The towboat II. F. Frisbie with a made jut now to start the belling should run out tho entire lot iu ono HiRhMt ca,li pt r paid l.y him after his election. tow of 3tccl rails for St. Louis, right WILLI MI IlOl'GI NO .S: SOX day. Dr. Brothers, county physician, passed down from Cincinnati late S Court 1U ,c. .'IIMncli Percales, 7 ,' n'tfcl nlo catty n I ur f mvt Ladles' Fifteen doz. tleccc-linc- d furniture toc range t Call ami get our and Gc could not be found, but he stated to yesterday afternoon. I'tlcei L fore 1hiHik c!h1kic We alu ix Hose that were 35c, will go at l'Jc. others that he believed the proposed cli.iiiKe new gx li f rrcld "I)res3 Style" Prints, 3 ', to oe. The Henry Do Bus from the up. plan is practical. Apron Ginglnms, 5c. LINKNS. per Ohio, passed down early this 333d33d33d;e&&C-tetphy- morning with a tow of empties. Dr. P. H.jStewart, an y Blenched 1); mcities. 5 to 7c. -- t U One-hal- f bleach full 00 inches, all sician, is positive the plan cannot be The old boilers of the harbor tug Linen at 37c. Will l'K GOODS. carried out. That the city physician Ida have been taken out and the new w Fine satin damask nt39, 19 to'J2c. We want to impress you with the can not, with the work that devolves battery will bo placed iu today. She upon him, write and compound his will be ready for service fact now, beforu the season fairly These goods are worth much moro. again iu u own prescriptions. u open -!, that our stock Is complete nnd .AIILL1NKRY. couple of weeks. JCAVEATS.DFSIGIS, Physician Rivers himself was City iu every way desirable. We use the Work is excellently progressing on $ Send 119 a mo tl ( rough Knell tt Hnme care iu buying white seen and said tfiat he did not believe We have in an cntiro new lino of goods that SKETCH l ntir ..licntlon nul mo will 11a it could be done. t amine and repon h That with the the Eaglo Packet company's now A atiluty. "luventnrVUuWoor 10 Ilow (Aleut. ' we do fims .None hut the best val- - Sailors and will gladly show them to tut-c- t A uc can rcncli our counters work he is compelled to do it would packet which is being finished at the $ anient," mit irtc you. bo impossible to dispense medicine Lcjhc licet hero and sho will be S O'FARRELL, FOWLER & O'FARRELL, . New Ribbons for sashes in all the -'- 1 pieces checK lawn I'jc inch Satin in addition to writing prescriptions. ready to leave for St. Louis in a few colorings. See our liwjeu and$ol!cltorj. ol American and 2 f0 pieced Indian Lion .r to 20c. days to enter her field of service She JJj Foreign Pitents, Jj 30 pieces dimity 10 to 25c. Ribbons at 10c. 1425 N. Y. AVE., Have you seen tho '08 model of far excels any of the company's oth ffAittinuiun. u. urn n .1.1 VVhrn irrllln g Densmore type- er packets in appearance and is also V the new expected to bo one their best freight Come early and often, and bring your friends with you, to IIARUOUR'S. O. B. Stauks, Agent, writer? carriers. 21fG Paducah, Ky. Cnpt. Rouse, of the St. liernard Mr. Ryan is in the city buying Do you smoke Linnwood? If not, Coal Co. hcic, is in receipt of a let logs for the INatlonal Pump Co. at CANDY tf you ought to. It is the best. Mound City. Their tug at that place tcr from tho Lookout Uoiler Co., at Chattanooga, Tenn., trying to sell r will be here in a few das to tnkutliu Awarded CATHARTIC him a boiler for tho harboi tug Ida, Highest Honors World's Fair, logs down. the boilers of which wcro recently The II. V. Buttorff was duo here condemned. Tho above mentioned Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. early this morning out of the Cum- boiler is the 0110 that furnished steam berland river, but had not reported to the tug Threo Friends, hlcb tit a late hour. Sho is expected to made so many successful lilibustcring CURE CONSTIPATION be in nnd out again for Nashville this trips to Cuba' during the past sumafternoon, however. mer. Tho City of Clarksvillo will bo hero ALL fur ritty Cent. this afternoon and leaves ou her re! mrantrcil tobacco habit euro, make. Mean DRUGGISTS blood tmru 60c. II. AD UmjglsU 'nei-nn- j. turn tomorrow at noon. gauge showed the river this The morning to still be rising with 18.4 10c showing ou tho marks and tho big bur has again disappeared beneath tSSfKfjf-fStWf-m tho surface. NOW. Tho Peter Hontz arrived from Mound City this morning and leaves this afternoon for Tennessee river A Pur Onpe Cram at Tirtar PowAr after a tow of ties. it." The towboat R. A. Sliced is due Telephone 257 here tomorrow out of the Tennessee Give us a trhl. Prompt delivery river with a tow of tics. The Peter Hont. went to Mound City after some empties yesterday afternoon. The W. V. Nisbet from Memphis For Chapped Hands with nn excellent up stream trip arand Face, Use rived hero this morning. She left on her way to Cincinnati after ling here some length of time. The TennM3ec is duo hero out of the Cumberland river en route to ALL KINDS OF FEED.. Lady corset in the short Empire, in the extra long waist and the model dress form. The prices will be W 7c and $1.19 for this sale. cut to DAIXl'V KMHKOIDHKIKS. SILKS AND SATINS. a woman anywhere- but We arc ready to (liow you a bcau Hardly lluds it n i great pleiuure to look thtuugh a fresh line of embroideries vou soino val lies iu the?e goods that slioulil throng the counters nith eager buyers. Twenty pieces 'to embroidery 3e. Tncny.(lc pieces 8e embroidery ."ic. We are going to offer HANDINE WINSTEAD'S HANDINE ss at t&H Second Hand Goods J. Tweuty-llv- o pieces 10c embroidery at (ic. SlU'AItATK SKIRTS. Nineteen piece? embroidery -c All ready to put right on, lined at ic. Fifteen pieces L'Se embroidery nt throughout, and bound with velveteen, at less limn retail price for the loo. White with colored edges f to lOe. bare material. Three brocade silk skirts, in colllcautifiil match patterns from to le. Let us bhow you this line. ors, nt 63. '.'8. These are our regular $5.00 skirts. It will do oil good. 1- t if nl line of summer silks in itoinan stripes nnd plaids. In dainty checks suitable for Indies young and old. A large line of lotonu Drocado Silk ft ill tic on salu next week at 25u. 10 pieces uoolinct b night to sell at I5c will go at 10c. These wool-inenro particularly suited for mak. iug waists aud school dresses. ts 4 t ex-cit- I paint: TRADE-MARK-- jf yl - J iXVjCCViCtt) i w z ri!LiAi mvm It y CREAM BAKING Many former Smokers POWDER immmsEmrm a 40 YEARS THRSTANDAKt Ask Your Dealer for iii ."'j as.