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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w irI tMkoo tAiYOLlTm IX NUMBER lip PADUCAII KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 13 1002 10 CENTS PIjlR WEJEK 1t STORMSWEPT SOUTi Tornado Plays Havoc In Mississippi t and Kills Several People t Damage to Properly RanoldJ Train Struck the J t I Hailehnrst Miss March 13A lartlflo cyclone passed thronjh the t I southern end of Ooplah ami the north are end of Lincoln counties yesterday h Four or flee persons wore killed out IIright anti many more seriously Injured 13at the vlllaje of Montgomery five ralles tooth of Wesson on the Illlnoii Central railroad Mrny residences are rrellOrtoo to have been completely do Itrorl The Illinois Central cairp cated there was blow away cud three negroes reported killed besides a number of mules The southbound paisengcr train No was caught InI the cyclone near Montgomery and pas sengers say ncarlr every window WIllown out anil the trite was Lronght to a itanditlll telrg unable to proceed further on account of trees and tel- j Itralob ioisant wires acroestho track The passengers were almoit porno stricken the train being In the terri tory of the fatal Wesson anti Reaure card cyclone which oceorrwl about eighteen yean ago the middle of April Several mild east of Weuou In Oo plah county toreral residences were re1ortitlFwai ileail to the world np to p in today two mllea of wires belrg dOWIII en both silts The track Its been cleared and telegraph commvnlcatlois a aln tecrret AT WESSON Wesson Mlu Marjh IIA cy clone crossed the railroad four miles south ant jessed two tribe cast of t here yeileray morjlrg about ocok Ilwii alaut ojela trite wide Due rejro Ulan was killed ard several woerded at the conttrrctlou r caap on the railroad Mrs Ike Smltl Mrs Borchlllou ard O Newsorre were wouned Tire houses were com petely ruined tlrcerfcncc ard bourn 4 In IU wake were blown down Tire Ion of property wai large Plslds were left without any fences aronnd thtra Des Little ant Rowan of thU city went to the scene ai soon af they recelrodthe uivtt TRAIN IN TilE CYCLONE New Orlcaut La March 13I Train No I the Chicano limited Ipuileti Into Now Orleans over the II hoot Central yesterday a veritable wreck anti tomethlng over an bon late Tho trite was In charge of Con ductor 0 0 Cell and bail alcsrl 100c f Tttssengen There woo hardly a whole window pane on any one of the cars and pal seniors as they diicmbarked wsSwiwijUInly the effects of a frillblI lot lllOrlDrocThe dilapidated condltlou of ltoI train anti the fright of tho uinengeri waieiplatncd when It woe learned tint the traveler had run Into a well fjf tleTelopod cyclone about two mllci + north of Wesson Mlu and about US miles north of New Orleani The gineer taw the storm coming accord Ing to the report of Conductor lleti and slowed down Ai be did lothe tornado hit the train Every window en the title from which the wind come the weit was imaihed In and the sleepIng pauengen were awakened In the wildest fear They were coy veal with shattered glass ant breath leu from the force of the hurricane Deilde the track trees were being lay elect and telegraph poles ant wire be tug twlited In an awful woes of wreck age f By a miracle not a tingle passenger rai Injured to any serIous eitent They were alt frightened out of their wits however ant glad enough to have escaped olive NKAU TEXAI1KANA arch IIA cyclone New Boston a town of a boos Inhabitants twenty miles wet of troilaii night anti did a large amount t damage The Methodlit church home anti several dwelling I demolished antI many others lift their foundations The form of a maD named Newton a mile the town wa blown down and crnshod In the mini Ills Son Seeded In eicaplng without In IN TEXAS Houston Teti March 13UolOrl froth Toefdayi rain and wind storm how considerable damage done at Wlona places About four3lhs tf she atatej woe covered by the rain the agricultural aoctlon getting a preclpl mnSn At Uounton twenty small fceisis wrecked at a loss of IB Emannal White colored war mwhedto death amtlaltll loCo Ctfcer were halt none serious Mje Chs Datum of Henjcrsor Md home at noon today fMr a a family of Mr MUI Bur SUITS FILED Mrs Randolph Brings Action ForI Divorce and Alimony Allfgei Cruel TrealmertSinall Brought Today Circuit Court Quo of the sensational illvoroe suits flied In tie circuit court for tomo tune woe Slid title waning by AllorJ Mjlittool out Yon fur Mrs Ida rnrJolpu wife of Randolph the grocer of Second street Tho petition states tret last Sunday tia Iofeudant Itandolnh knocked her don sod choked le She chafes crrelty for tho rctlcii art aits for an rbiolute iloco rid rllwony inn tiso cul0l1 o the three ihlkrren VlianiO lI7j llyro 4 liaol Mario Ho 10 8te BIO rike l for an attach ireut oa tire uefedants property to iilsfy Rly jrcjrreut the may obtain NclioiM Qjntlcrof Oluonuatl a tobacco dealer led a suit throrih At lore Uton against Itosenblatt OflUUIGOflOflI GUI Jones sues William force a deed to three lots of ground 00I Murray avenue Joe Wren aJnilulitrator of Ella Knott cues W N Grant for 1118 the face of a note and asks for toe ten forc moot of a lien to satlify the lodgment it H Walters puce his wife Mattle B Walters for divorce giving abaloI doument iris grounds They wire mairlwl In lllluoli In 100 and leper alI during that year In oIllInrII SUDDEN DEATII OP IlllOTllKll GIIARLB3 OP MAN IIATTAN OOLLBOE WIDE LV KNOWN OATIIOUO- EDUOATOR New York Mareh IS Drutlm Chick pnoldent of Manhattan aol Itge antI oue of the beet known srfu catori la the Nathalie church of America it deal from iiMnoiaula at the instItution of which In wai IheI tokj Only a few days ago be apr ently was enjoying tits tail of beallbI II went n wk nO iMt Sondat morning to attend the servleee In St Patricks Cathedral where lie 000I trictwl a severe cold whleh develop edlllnla pOlamoolIIlrothrr Charles was born In 1ater ion N J fortyseven years ago He was oho preiUeut uf the oollf two years agoIRELEASED IIUIIEvanivllle Ind Mareh ITile of Joseph lUyu ld charged with kidnaping hU little daughter ailed six year In Green county Ken Ucky was tried before a justice of lie peace In Iloouvllle Ind The ponrt rcleaied Reynolili oil the ground that under the Kentucky law a parent sonld opt ie charged with kidnaping till own child u TWO BLAZESI nUT LITTLE DAMAGE IIHSULT ED IN EITHER STNOEI The Ore department wero called out twice todry to czMngnlih mall lees In the southern jiorllon of the oily The fIrst run woe male to a frame owned by Mark Lyilou and situated at 533 South Eighth street The roof bat caught from a spark aol little ilsraage was done Shortly aftjr noon the departments vera again called out this tires to the two story frairo owned by Alec Drury sear Sixth end Tennessee streets pirtlou of roof was unrnodbut the damage U covered by Ininranco BOV KICKED BY A HORSE A small newsboy named Roberts was kicked In the right kg afternoon late by Dr 1nltrfarI which was standing In doctors ohio on Broadway hal Leon running about playing 011 had gotten too nicer the animal bruised lly but no bones djdMARRIAGE IN MARSHALL Rev Lorenzo Henion of near Olive and Miss Nannie Gold cf nest Fair Dolling Marshall county married yestcrJay Both tro wellII known the groom being n BUnt minister tl PEAKS WERE GROUNDLESS London March IS General Mcthnen who woe captured anti u verely wounded by General De March has boon roleasoJ ant 11peeled to arrive In lierks west Transvaal today KILLED Rf S A TREE MayfleU March 13Fraok Erring tona well known farmer of near Pilot Oak woe killed by a tree bo hid fjuit coi 1ti tic leavci a wife ant Ildr Irl T The Paducah Sun IN THE LEGISLATURE Will Bo a Felony to Steal Electric Power In KentuckyGame Law The home Reconiiden the Sewer SUewalk Panel IN TilE LEGISLATURE Frankfort KyMnrch 13Seolor Ferguson of McCracken this mornlu secured the unanimous consent of Ibo senile to ring the bill proMdlrj penalty for sterlrg electric power The bill was adopted Serato Tobin cAllod np the till pr- o11J fo tie kllllm o quail for tb ivipc e of sale for two years and re qrlrlrj nojresldents to pay a lIne of J5 to hunt gaire In the state which woe adopted and rent to tin governor for his approval The house reconsidered the action took yesterday afternoon killing tin bills providing for building rowers am sidewalks In fourth clau cities and adopted both measures The bill pro vides that lewers anti sidewalks shall be built in the discretion of the cltyy council at the expense of abutting property owners Till house killed Ibo Reed bill prc vldlug that all primary elections ed between April lit rind May Mb ANOTHER BANIcllOBllERY Juliet IlL March Robbers brok Into tie exchange bafak nine mules west of hero anti wrecked tho site with dynamite anti secured be tween f8000 anti 3000 in cash The rol lrs took a haul car on the Hock Island rood ant escaped CO1 mAN LAW MARRIAGE INVALID IN VIRGINIA ACOORD INU L1 Till STATE SU PBESIB COURT OF APPEALS IlkhmcmJ Va Msrch SIII the oato of l leld vs Davfi appealed from the orenlt court of Green county the state supreme court of appeals today handed down an opinion aUlruilug the lower courts decision and holding bat a ootnmoii law nurrUge In ginha Invalid Tho question pre sented In this case for tine Oral time before the court was whether a con tract entered Into between n man cud woman by which they mutually agreed to liecome hniband aud wife without any celebration aol without lloeuseoonitltuted r valid marriage In this state and entitled the woman to lower Interest from the tUne the igreoment was uncle Tho opinion is written ly Judge Cardwcll PIUCIIBEJJLDING- IilETT WEATHER ENABLES WORKMEN TO MAKE GREAT PROGRESS Work is piogrculng rapidly on the rUb building at Second end Broad way the buildings on lower Broadway rind the Bctbibares llog near Third antI Broadway Harbour ralMlng completion the wall being np nol It U going to ou of the largest anti most Imposing JlflMi In tie city Tic Piulucih Textile companys new building lu Ueihanlcsbnrg Is nearing completion mid the roof now being placed en It it expected that Ibo concern will be In operation by 31th hilt The brick addition to the Foment PauLa factory on North Eighth street has keen commenced by Contractor Lookwood The addition to St Nicholas hotel will cost about 1 rent will bo a great AOOEITIIokio meeting of It was de commission Ioldod erred lu refusing to accept the FebrU icy Installment of tine Chinese Indem the commission was adviied j1l1Dd man t3 accept tho Chinese The ministers were unable to agree on a plan to reduce the claims of the powers where thrso are In ex cess of their pro rata shots of in demnity FOOLISH MAN Washington Mitch 13 Clinrcs have been filed against Dr Vcn lId lelicn herman ambassador by Emil Waite a discharged attache dccLirlng that bo aonght to effect Bryani lion lu NICARAGUAN ROUTE WINS Washington March iLThe Senate committee on Isthmian canals de tided by a vote to to report tho Hepburn Mil providing for the ecu strnctlon of an Isthmian canal via the NIaaraguan route Y Klrkpatrickef 403 South IrlMr atreet li seriously ilL 1 MARIA CHRISTINA QUEEN REGENT OF SPAIN Within few weeks regency of tilt trouble tried Austrian lady will cease In SpaIn for on May tie young king will reach the ego of slitecn and will nominally nsiumo the reins of government Prom present prospects his reign will be a stormy one MANY PERISH III STEAMBOAT DISASTER VIcksbnrg Miss Mitch 3The Vlcksbnrg and Davis Bend packet City of Providence was caught In n storm yeiterday at lonln the lake at Davie Bend The boat being light capsized Ceptalu Will Conldy master of boat ard Clyde Scott representing the Vlcksbnrg oil mills Dr Lancaster a prominent pbvsclan near Palmyra awl Head Engineer Ronpt were drowned togethir with thirteen of the nero deik ant liasrencer Carta Ira Cowldy antI Scott both irate families here Tho tug Joe Seay has gone to tjie erche to secure the bodies Todays reports show that the dead lireWollWIII a Ouslly lrtoI CALLED SESSION Council Meets Tonight to Consider River Front Preperty hat Armour Building it en Purl of the Ctl Properly Mayor YeUer called a meeting of the city council for tonight to tako ellerooblmnlbuilding on city propnty on First ant Broadway It Is claimed that the wall of new warehouse nod to the river three anti a half feet orgn city prop erty It sees lint six feet and a halt Mayor Yelser stated tints morning b was moved back tI He stated that ar an be learn tie contractors or the company who had the survey rallr03dI formed the engineer that owned sixtysix feet and the took his word for it making englurI vey on this supposition asd driving result he stakes on the cilya ltrohrty ai a It li known whit the council will do whether It will egrce to sell tho strip or require contract or to tear down that portion of tine wall already built which li above fIrst story RU33IAVd APOLOGIZE Wathington March 13It Is stated that tIre trouble growing out of the collision between Russian soldiers and American sailor of the United States stesmer Vicksburg at NewChwang has bwu nettled satisfactorily apologies having teens male by the Russian commandant at that port toJOaptain- Barry the commander of the burg burg matter May hoop Cincinnati engineer K Clyde Scott Vlcksbnrg passenger Dr N Lancaster Louis lana IogerO- olorIOorgo Lamb cook liar neon Qdlr cabin boys Bettio Hun ter chambermaid Joe Neal Ike Law II Tom Scott Whit fluent Six un known roustabouts Minnie Taylor Juo Christian paitcngcr Den Rich ardion pasitnger Those rescued were J B Johnson pilot Walter Rain clerk ant J 3L Wilkinson antI eight negroes The Providence was built at Lyons la In and had been In the trade hero for some years was about 100 tons burthen ant was considered one of the fastest stern winders on the I3wcr river FORMER PADUCAHAN Mr John P Campbell in a Critical Condition in Baltimore Us Uadergoae an Oproti ppeadkili There Tire following Item from Ibo Hop AIrIJolIdest here where Mr Campbell former ly resided and has many friends He was formerly of the CainpbellMnlvi hill Cool Co Tho article says The sunny friends of Mr John P Campbell will regret to learn that hn II lying lu a critical condition In a Baltimore hospital where he underwent an operation for appendicitis His mother Mrs Mary B Campbell attending bis bedside WORK OF INCENDIARY CORN CRIB AT BAXTiR KUY KENDALLS BURNED WITH CONTENTS Mr Baxter Knykemlall of near Woottvflle was in the city today reports theta few nights ago some cue set fire to hit corn crib anti It was de stroyed together with tho contents It contained about 950 bushels of corn anti total lost is several hundred dollars with Insurance he will give 10lbolIIROYAl Visif CANCELED London March lait tea officially announced that the proposal royal it to Ireland this year his been cancel ed upon the advice of the cabinet SPEAKING of the DEVIL 4Have you seen th- atOEMONstration HART Is making on BICYCLESH- arts has the best wheel on the market for 1250 It Is nude of wedess tubing the finest twopiece spring steel cranks NEW STYLE BOX CROWN FLUSH JOINTS Garfotd saddle The largest line of higher priced wheels and BIKE SUNDRIES in the cit- yWalk iinto Harts go out on a wheel Geo 0 Hart I Hnrdwarawanil Sonl L Stove Company SOME BIG BOAT The Dekoven Will Be Repaired Here- After the Bertram is Finished Central Repair of III Transfer Boats Paducah I Inspector P iv Holllngswcrth If Floating Stock for the Illinois Centra has returned froze Missouri ant kansas wncro he went to locate new Inclines for the road At Cp Ulrardean a siudbarbai about shut one of lucllues and It will have be located elsewhere A new Incline on account of In creasing business will have to be lo Oiled near Helena Ark and the plac selected by Captain Ilolllngsworth at Glendalo Miss across tho tire from Helena Work will begin on It as soon as possible- It will be of considerable Interest to steamboat nice of Padncau to learn that the Illinois Central will doubt lens have most of Ito repairs on It floating stoct done lu Paducab Tbo Bertram Is now on the ways ant will bo thoroughly overhauled The wort has progressed well and will probabl be completed In two weeks The DelCoven will then bo place oil Ibo waya ant given complete re pairs This transfer steamer the one at Kvansvllle In each instance many thousand dollars will be steel for the work Illinois Central as rapidly as It can be done will bro to repair oil of lie transfer boati because now freight cars of Increased rapacity are niacin leiIlen than the old ones end tho boats have to thoroughly changed to make them conform to the now re quirements IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL HUCKSTERS CANNOT BE CUM PELLED TO PAY EXCI5S BIn LICENSE Therewero bat three In police court tubs morning Judge Banders rendered a decision In the against Sam Cohen a huckster charged with violation of ordinance by refusing topay O a day requir ed by ordinance A demurrer was en terrd to charge it Icing clsimcd that the law was unconstitutional ant the court sustained the demurrer ills missing the warrant A former or duane reqnlrlug a license of 23 n day was knocked out some time ago A breach of tho loam case against Walter Shannon and Ellen Hale alias Illle was continued anti tile woman was released on her own recogniz once house breaking cssj against Amle Henclrlck and Robert White colored charged with committing the Dnrrett burglary anti assault several weeks ago was dismissed there icing lusufllcieut evidence to sustain the charge HARMS COURT TilE BONDSMAN MUtT PAY TilE AMOUNT OP TilE PINE The Scott case Is on tried lu Justice Harris court this afternoon Scott was recently arrested for beating a boardbill aud Dan Simon went his boud of 50 Scott appeared for trial and tu which he did not pay He was recognized after being bat skipped out anti tho court Is trying to make Mr Simon pay the amount III claimed by the allot ney cf Ito defendant tint tie obliga tion of the bondsman ended when the trial was Dunned nut that he should not be made to I11ho money but the court decried that the rood held good until the manor was tall over as the contract entered Into with tie bonds man real that way The case Dr PeudUy against En gineer Barker cf tho water works suit on alleged 30 doctoi bl1111 on trial also In that court STOLE EXQOVBIlNnil HOODS WATCH New York March JOM Die- stlvantza young Meilcan has lucaS guilty to stealing gold watch of Former Governor Hogg of Texas on Octobir Slit In the WaldorfJ AllorlsIey and stayed at the Waldorf Ho was In the elevator one day with Governor Hogg and took his watch Alvarez was sentenced to the Elmira reformatory CCfLONEL JOUETT IlENllV lIKE B Uoloncl Jouett Henry of Hopkins vlllo the well known stats guard officer who muttered In Company during the SpanlscAmerlcau war Is luho city on business Colonel lien r11 a prominent Elk and lisa many friends In Padncah who aro always glad to see him i ri for tnngkt au4 tdi rmw lMr JO BIG ATTENDANCE Elks Will Hold Their Regular Meet ing This Evening Parphernalli ArrivedTwo Candidate The Elks wilt meet thli evening In regular session ant It li desired tbot a lingo crowd atten The new pna plernalUorderol sime tints ago I fio lodge aol costing about tIOO ar rived today ant will used for Oral time tonight There will la tvi0 oindldatea for initiation aud at tindauco will liVely be Urge Additional uoainattons will also be mado this evening for the varicu lodge ofUtei to bo fillet at the snuca election the last of the month Qalti a number wero nominated last Than day Tho soliciting committee is mcctlnj with liberal responses wherever It goes merchants ate desirous cf making carnival a go anti are do nating liberally Mr j Stoitinri Hobertson Iocs agent for the Wilcnx stamp factory has ordered the twenty special pellet stars anti they arc etpocted shortly Mr James E Uobertsou is chairman of polIo committee anti has do died that luring the carnival the special onircn shall report at heaqnar tees twice a lay Men wilt bo on dn ty day and night to protect all property anti preserve order The county itoro committee la re ceiving moro communications notify ing It that donations will bo mad for the carnival and raIny otherS ari expected The music committee lust night de lilodon employing iJaans pud to umlsh music for the carnival This Is aliont as gool as any to lie round In tints stint tbe country ant- In excellent trim Mmrs B Wellle ont Sons have rc cived frolllll big umbrella firm In the last three fine umbrellas mounted lu terllog silver with handsome Elk handles at a donation for the country store They have also received ueckwwir ant has the prom of many other MARRIED IN EVANSVILLE MISS ALMA nrI8 AND Mlt NEY MHCHKLL WEt LAST EVENING Miss Alma Eels a popnlsr young lady of Evauivllle who has often vl lied Paducah and Mr Sydney Mit hell of Memphis were martial last evening at brldea homo in Evani vllle An Evansvlslle dispatch says Miss Alma llels the beautiful laughter of Henry Pels cashier of Iho Old National bank was married this evening to Sydney Mitchell of Mcmplt at the home of the brides parents It was a beautiful home wed hug officiating clergyman was Her J L Marques of Grace Presby terian church Tho housa was tilled with the so ciety people of city of which Miss Eel has been a prominent figure for several years Miss Denly was the maid of honor but the groom was not attended A luncheon was served af ter the nuptials when the young couple left on a let honeymoon to fit Louis They will be at homo In phil after April Mr Mitchellis the ion of the late B Mitchell one of the prominent railroad men of thIs city ant was himself a valued employs of Ibo II linois Central wlillo In this city Ills bride Is a biantlful brnuetto anti a prominent young society belle HOlLER EXPLODED BAY BURTON AN ENQINEKH IS HORRIDLY MANGLED Tlptouvlllo Maren 12The Qllc- rallbo sawmill of B Fleixluj at Ulna Bank brrst aud tIm Burton engljoer was tnnstutly his body win bLown almost cntehy awnr Only four smill pieces of tins Ixxly were found tbtsj were pick uy several yards from tie sceao ci Ibo explosion Tom Willis another employe cf this mil was hunted by dyluj timbers but his lujrim will not prove fataL The mill property wee wrecked Mr Burton wlla resided of lIor beak Oblon covntyand lervcs wife enl three chit ten DEATH IN GRAVES MayflsM Maroh i3bir U J ennett an old anti influential lied at his homo two miles olule81 at of eightyfive old ago Mr Deflects was the father of Messrs Henry Hob and John Bea ant writ qnlto will thought of BARGE OP HALT SUNK Tho towboat T II Djvis while olng over the full at L mlivllle with of ial strucktow of threo brgci he north pier of Louisville Lrldfo it the Indiana chute Ono Urge was uuk TboUivU proceeded oa lee TaT Tho tang sink In deep water j 4BubscrUxi for Sun Ijj NEW CITY HOSP1 Medicil and Surgical Society Poll tions Council For a New Hcspilal li Suggested That Sanihrlum Ftr Patients la the r Hospital NIGHf 1 The Pailncib Modloat ant Surgical Society met last night In the office of DrLlllard Haulers and took peril mlnirysteta to secure anew end np todate City hotpilal something that the city ban needed for the test tWrly yean The lectors bo vo teen considering this move for some time aDwill tuvoeii able champion in tho city ojnncll In tie pcrscn of Dr J O Brooks who has been vainly attempt trig to secure such hospital for many ye ire following resolution which spooks fcr Itself was adopted unani mously wIrer a yale was taken REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CITY HOSPITAL Whereas There Is not In our oth erwise nptodite sly any adeqnatn city hospital wherein the Indigent poor whom we have with ns al ways tony receive proper cars ant attention nor Is there any hosplt al or sanitarium whose doors are open WITHOUT nESTRIOTION to those who have the muD to pay for such attention anti believing that such an Institution Is necessary to keep pace with the progress of our beloved city anti further believing such an Instllu lion would bo a source of revenue to jur cltr Therefore Ce It rcsilved by uducah Medical anti Surgical Scclc y anti said society doua hereby poll ton Honorable City Council bleb arc soon to be the Board of Al lermcu to erect a commodious bullii Ing with space sufficient to take care of Ibo citys poor anti In oildUuiifc thereto a number of rooms wl tofTrnay occupied by patj iJffTnrshall pay mamonut tp Jueriiiod by you or a board of control per week for said room anti for nursing anti board all f Which shall go Into treasury of die city of Padncab And we hereby pledje to the council our hearty sup port In sail enterprise anti In treatment of the citys patients J G BROOKS M U J R COLEMAN U D JrT KEDDlCK M IX CuwluluItDr Sanders n piper rotating to health certificate being required ot persons entering Into marriage con tract which he real and which waa ipprorod by doubts present The paper suggested that persons metering Into marriage stathould be forced to produce a health certifi rate from some reputable physician If doctors agree to advocato the law a resolution wilt bo Iron up IInIIuIIO hays the mealier placed before the legislature and made a law There was a good attendance al the meeting loot night ant It was one of the most Interesting meetings ever held Tie doctors have been doing much good work lately and no one has this Interests of city move at heart FINESERMONS PREACHED LAST EVENING FIK3T CHRISTIAN AND BROADWAY j METHODIST REVIVALS Largo crowds nut a deepening Inter sat have marked this revival services at First Christian church each evening Rev F O Tyrrell tusk lug a One Impression as an eloqreut paker Ills scrmou last evening was on The Larger Satiation and dealt with Is as n progressive work iron- sbtoeIngJnorgivenesa on throng the various itsjeV ajntctbods If ilej velopment fur the GoipJlKOysHJ of culture that fits us fcra irant entry Into Hcayen when Balv tlcn finds its completion The song service Is a very delight ful feature of each service IDr O Briggs preached very el oquently on Tho Hamlet of too Ooi pel evening at the Broadway Methodist church There was one ad lltlon to the church list night Tha services at this church have loon dla continued until after Sunday j Tie Sun bat removed to the otl fowl stand US South third street TilE MARKETS aetAdltJdUjtiT ft OIIBBRT cJ ok c wtJ f fTagsJIJ incuss risycusmy eli hsC r siy1 t4Ian f i SW tic ei uis4y 1zt jr fo hCPiJducab SunJ AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY 1l THE SUN PUBLISHING co INoonronA TED Ie Ihi llIorrauar flIfl reoIJcD E1JUlJ Pilto cSUBSCRIPTION RATCJ Ic tre tme Ltradwh- bh1U TUB a iv ft k t I lit mt per Honk HT Dj stall f ear WEEKLY 80S OMTW J pa1400Alreu radueab Kr one Il amirt TOrd TUtrnoM r 1 l forl1I f RDClementsCO IralmerII i THURSDAY MAttClf JS 1902 DAILY THOUGHT ithIet 4pndrejjIWho faces Isiues ho who never shirks Who walU and watches who al ways works TAXATION OF CAPITAL Louisville Pot The Evening pot yesterdar called attention to the good work done by the legislature in the defeat of varloas Measures designed for the restraint of tho citizen U making contracts In In veiling money and in earning a lit tan We belIeve that the purpose oi the Kentucky legislature in to give effect to pnbllo opinion In the state We believe that pnblio opinion Iu Centncky withes to set our laws pro tect labor deal juntly with capital und encourage the development of the natural resources of the state During the discussions In the house many of the wont features of the riv- uue bill him been stricken out but L there Is enough mischief in the bill frf it stands today to cause tho downfall of a stronger party thin the Demo cratio party There are numerous tax provisions from which the revenue nrait be slight but from which the unoyanon will be great and it is al 3Bajsjyinl take In politics to seek out new avenues of tuition nnless the dcmasd for reverfia is imperative In the face of a great emergency caused by widespread disaster or war a free people will submit nncomplalniugly t3 almost any scheme of taxation but when the nioestlty puses discontent ache If labor Is to be employed If tip mineral resources of Kentucky are to be developed If trains on the road Is to increase and new roads built we mot demonstrate to the world cf cap its that Kentucky has no unfriendly feeling to investors and that while IIIIt not offering bonuses and cubit dies It offers them something better than either and that Is Impartial jus tire and equal privilege before the H over the state of Kentucky we Ileea new spirit of energy and enter j prise The oil fields of Kentucky are Ciltrictiog the attention of the whole country Hundreds of prospectors are in the state seeking to determine whether or not this is an oil field worth the attention of capitalists should not at such a time as this ex j perlment with Illconsidered measures ft or put upon the stats books laws that would retard the development of tho state The best way of promoting the i osperlty of our own people is to deal justly with capital and imml grants invited to out state by the op portunities we can offer for invest ment and employment The Evening Post has said hereto fore that it does not bellevethat the people would object to any Increase In the tax rate required by a government economically administered We be lieve that all the necessities of the Tcue may bj met by an increase In the rite of 50 cents A pimple bill to this rellod would arouse no opposition and a lavonld aItOonmpllcated and burdencome svs with marteolrlng Inquisltociai roocn1alAndzsw 0cmmeltlpllcatlon 5detectlre nrenooagentIf In rand we then will have no flied for a coxcplcatoiystcm of col lections WILL NEVER GIVE UP St Slhudysrd Kipling seems to be the British J Bryan lie has lately been knocclng his own country iIn tho war with the flours and now avers he finds It cheering to learn that the Americans are having tho same kind r1 trouble In the Philippines which U ucrltai to the plgheadodness of settingbnlUogster corrispoulcot toAnmicaul Philippinehebigcountryi itdoenothascostcud millions stetllni u a few thocsl l oneFLori to OOdefltinl that It has taken bold of tie wrongI This Is the age of tiaj the most pomi oj tblsliinagaJ of the stick Hut that Is great deal to hope for sot probejlywll not como In oar limit IIDTOr Ja l to tnfnTon yonr showing tInt the ine lean seems to be consUtn tn aILtile of aim irnieU n g frMjttarTmttIng himself In the UjiirTliisiisi I did not like to think f tho Americans u more logical than ourselves Of course what a new country wants Is a higher toned despot of unlimited powers ant absolute in tegrlty but as America and England are both free peoples wo must suit muddle along in the expensive waste nl but cheery fashion that attends our methods This Is very goodloglo perhaps and first class sarcism but as applied to American efforts to suppress rebellion In the Philippines It Is somewhat awry The United States does not propose to know everything but it knows It has never yet met defeat and It would bo bad Idea to begin now with a few fractious savages on our own property It Is fully understood that a great sacrifice has been made and may continue to be made In suppressing the Filipinos but the government cannot afford to sacrifice principle now for the sake of saying either soldiers or money It was main ly principle that the North and South fought over and for which they sac rlficcd so many lives and so much pro party Principle II worth just as much now as It was then The American flag Is supreme in the Philippine It must float there long as the islands are ours A GOOD MOVE Paducahs doctors deserve oredlt for their enterprise They have always advocated a new and appropriate city hospital for Padncah because there II no ono in a butter position to know the imperative need of one than the doctors The present hospital a re proach to a city of Padneahs posteD 111 ono that would have been inadequate twenty years ago It Is located In a very Inconvenient spot Instead of near the center of the city and has hardly room enough to proper ly accommodate one large family The suggestion of tho medical society embodied In the resolution It passed last night for a sanitarium to be estab llabed In a portion of building and occupied only by pay patients is a good one and would make the new institu tion a source of revenue as well as a godsend to the poor Paducah Is now virtually a second clue city and should have hospital In keeping with her iirogrrsslveness and importance as well as with the constantly growing demands among the indigent It hoped the city council will tie up the matter at once It Is not neces sary to appoint committees to mud die along with It for a mon tn or two Every councilman ought to re alize the need of a now city hospital without any Investigation and begin Immediately the effort to get it Jt seems that n ri LiP Crowol the pmperanoe lecturer who was lined In the police court here recently for drunkenness has other weaknesses sides his love for booze Whan he was fined here the Louisville papers contained brief mention of it and yestenlajs Times saysi ur Ed P Crows formerly pastor of a Methodist church at Owensboro wno left the active ministry on account of an unfortunate love for strong drink de nies the statement in a recent dispatch from Padncah that ho had teen arrested and fined there for drunkenness In a letter to relatives in Louisville he stys of the charge I was not drunk on the streets of Paduoah and arrested there but I did strike a man In self defense and was fined tl and costs 765 all told but It was the least fine and the police jJudge gave this to me on my sion I am not drinking a drop In fact I have Just signed a contract to stomp the state of Tennessee for the Prohibition patty at 110 a month and my expenses Tire people who em ploy me know the truth of the PaIn cah matter If Rev Crowe wrote that he wrote something be knew was false He was lIbel here for a plain common drunk and pleaded guilty as the court records show Tho gates of Telser park have been closed The park has no apparent use unless It Is to pose throgh and save citizens a walk and It ought to to kept open If it Is closed to keep out the numerous varloJUl of live stock WHY STAY PALE A pity to sec pale girls stay pale and dull when it is so easy to get Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion does a few things well One of them tdt give rich red blood to pale girls There is a reason for it But perhaps you arc more interested in results than in result of steady daily doses of Scotts Emulsion is an increase not only in the red color of the blood and in the appetite but in the good looks and bright manners which are the real charm of good health Scotts Emulsion is blood food rsautdWNr QI Graceful Women I tt irfe 5g Inpar ibiD IfleL Ih of ii 1h7 V IL- Ltgcih1i r o pnmannt blasise Tlwei- prbrrthri iitseelLa autt crtf51eere tJ I f 410 u BraUfield Female Regulator ILh5ttIe thoUIre r toiriiNnfl Ike dVCS4 ar5rmLLMhmrLLT tSeLili utLioo4 dIIC peekrI bull mimI mpL dea4n Ir rsit9OOfrse THE DFUOFIILO RtCUUATOnCO that make that ylcindy a loafing place It will have to be reopened for nko of consistency If nothing else If tho city council can afford to allow cows to tan nt large throughout th city on streets lots and In people yards It cerUluly cannot deny thom the same privileges In Yeller park At any rate tho park gates haro been closed antI without tho authority olI the council The nnty haa nothing r to do with the park and neither hu any county officer The city took charge of It several years ago and agreed to keep It up and tho countj hu since declined to have anything to do with It It U hoped that the gate will be again opened u It occasion great inconvenience to close them J There will perhaps be little regret over the failure of tho legltlaturo to the capItol appropriation bill Neatly every moro In that body hat Indicated that the Intellectuality of the legislators li of a very inferior kind It was believed that the time lad come to move the state capital and If new executive and legislative buildings were to be built to bulk them In a centrally located cIty moro fitted for imposing edifices Out the legislature In Its wisdom didnt think to It defeated the capital remoral proposition which would have ply referred the question to a vote ol the people and rerealed the true see uncut throughout the stats Since the state capital cannot be changed it Is probable there will be general re juicing that a million dollars was not appropriated to pot up a lot of line buildings In a twobyfour town like Frankfort It is presumed that all hope of street sprinkling clean gutters andi a healthful city this summer might as well bo abandoned The city council has plighted its troth to the Town Cow and thlsputa an end to all on hopes There will be few flowers and It will next to impossible to keep the streets and sidewalks clean If the people elect country conncilmea to office however they will simply hare to put np with a country town Hereafter when any of the city authorities desire information on any profound subject they have only to send to Jackson Tcno for It Jackson Is such large uptodate city and so far ahad of other cities It makes a model place to emuLate General Hughes Iris concluded hoc- his observations that two years is as much as a soldier hould be required to spend In the Philippines A great 1deal less than that would sofilco for most peopa FIG rETITION MR ARCH SUTHERLAND FILEl- A PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY LAST EVENING Mr Arch Sutherland of the Ken tncky Glass and Qneensware Co las t evening through his attorneyMr San Houston Sled a petition In bankrupt cy In the United States court here giving his liabilities at 110000 The debts were contracted a few years ago when he was In business with Mr Will a Webb who filed a petition time ago ant has just received his discharge Among Mr Sutherlands creditors City National kI307601l irene Savings baok t32JO Amen canGerman National bank tSlO Mrs John Webb 1880 a Ellis 1750 Will B Webb 135 J M Pot ter of Cincinnati 11800 MADE A FAILURE MRS MAY WANTED TUB CHILI BUT DIDNT GET IT Mrs Onry May wlfo of the dec- trician of Metropolis wto figured si prominently In the apersb7 running away with a man named Smith aol taking her child with her went to Metropolis yesterday tnt returned this morning without the child II wu stated that she lid gone to tempt to regain the child but as ihe returned emptyhanded It U nppowd eIilletLh IiN TilE AIR TilE GERMS OP LA ORIPIE ARE CONVEYED THROUGH TilE ATMOSPHERE No one can escape tho Is grippe germ because when an epidemic of tho disease is proTalllnf the alt Ia den with It The reason that everyone does not have tbe disease at the name time is because the persons who an enoylng perfect health are able to successfully relaDll throw off the Infection while those who for any reason are not in tho best of health fall ready victims The first symptoms are those of acute catarrh rsemebllng it hart colt and If prompt treatment is applied at this time it can be easily broken np ono of the bet remedies at this stage Is Stuarts Catarrh Tablets sold by druggists everywhere and if taken freely say one tablet every hour or two for two or threo days tho danger of pneumonia and serious complica tions will be averted The L E Palmer Baptist clergyman of Oeresco Mich makes a statement of Interest to all catarrh and grip sufferers He aaysi Stu arts Catarrh Tablets have certainly been a blessing to me I bare used them freely this fall and winter and have found them a safeguard against Ia grippe and eatarrhal troubles from whloh I have suffered for years I feel that I can freely aol conselen liously recommend them Persons who suffer from catarrh of thij head and throat are very suscepti ble to la grippe and such will find a pleasant corenient and safe remedy this new catarrh cure Stuart Catarrh Tablets are com posed entirely of harmless antiseptics and may be used as freely as necessary as they contain no cocaine oplato or poisonous drug of any kind n KENTUCKY BOY KILLED EADES MEETS illS ICHARLG3 IN A SALOON Knoxvllle Tenn March Charles Eadei aged twentyone t Mlddlesboro Ky was killed here by George Smith a negro bartender In Ed William saloon on 1lorida street Eades followed a Middlesboro woman here and was of good family He vent to the saloon and askedl for whiskey and was refused by the negro as be hat no money He start ed behind the bar and was shot Smith has been arrested BIG BOND ISSUE- r Il11E PENNSYLVANIA HAILHOAD WILL FLOAT 50000000 TO BUILD A TUNNEL Philadelphia March 13At the semimonthly meeting of the board of directors of the Pennsylvania railroad today the board authorized the Issue of 50000000 worth of convertible ten years per cent debentures to pay for additional equipment and the construction of tie tcnnel under the North and Eat Rivers New York oKILLING NEAR CADIZ Co Hi Match 13Scott Thomas a well known young man of Trigg coun ty she t awl killed Alfred Bridges near Cadiz today It is alleged Thomas was drunk and started trouble at an entertainment Bridges home MARRIED ONLY TO REGRET DClllro III Match 15Mrs Nannie Arganbright wedded a stranger met at Wlckllffe after two days courtship The man claimed his name was James Fitch and that he was from Islington and worth 15000 and owned 800 acres near Lexington lie deserts her after throe days and only gave her U Foleys f nyTllrtorchlldnnsafesure No opiates LEAVES VANDER lIlLY UNIVERSITY Nashville March 13Dr Gross Alexander professor of the New Tes tament Greek aol exegesis at tie Vanderblll has resigned to take effect June 1st Ho Iris been with the col lege eighteen yesrs lie may return to the ministry In the Methodist church BANNER SALVE thai mot healing ealln the world ELECTED PRESIDENT U TELEORAPH CO Chicago March 13Colonel R dowry Tleeprc sldent and general superintendent of the Western Uiilcn Telegraph Co was today elected ident succeeding Thomaa T Eckert retired TO Take Laiatlte BromoQnlnlno Tab letLAI1 druggists refund tho if it fall to cure K Groves ils nature U on each boa lie K ilo l TItERS WAS NO UECIINO A meeting of tho campaign commIt- tee that acted for the Democrats In the last campaign w s called for last night at the city hall the object being to toke steps to collect the pro rata of several candidates who have titled to pay up Only three members wore present Former Mayor Lang Mar shal Crow ant Former Officer Gray and the meeting was postponed INTERESTING SUIT AT DENTON The suit of Marshall county against U II Stark formerly sheriff and bondsmen but now traveling for E Rehkopt and Co for a balance of 3000 claimed to bo unaccounted for conies np tolay at Stanton anti Attor ney John K Hendrlck represents Mar shall county The exsheriff claims the money was paid on orders Issued by various judge- srlIOSIION ARRESTED Port Huron Mich March Charles D Thompson ezsnpreue finance keeper of tho Supreme Tent Knights of the Maccaboes who time ago confessed to a shortage of 000 arrcttai today on a complaint sworn out by Sheriff Maine TO OPEN A LEGAL SHOP Knoiville Tone March ISLeo Turner of Quarter House saloon fame has purchased a handsome saloon out fit and futures for a place which he will open at Lafollette He says that he has violated the law for the last time and wilt live a better man In the future FARMERS FINED FOR FIGHTING J E Jones and Louis Pipkins who engaged In a fight in the Marks river section of the county a tow days ago were arrested by Deputy Sheriff George Honser and tried in Justice Barbers court yesterday They were eich lined It aud Costs rtaUnwd AqloIOne of the sorrows of Dr Spencer who Is In charge of the Aquarium Is the persistence with which casual vial ton plague him for advice M to how to build and keep a balanced aquarium Such an aquarium la one In which the vegetable and animal lives balance each other so perfectly that It Is not necessary to change the water Dr Spencer hu one In which the water has not been changed for eight years Do tell me Mr Spencer said a girl graduate from Boston the other day how I can balance an aquarium Pint my fish die and then my water plants die and then they both die ao fast that I feel almost like a murdresa every time start a new balanced aquarium It takes several things for a perfectly balanced aquarium said the superin tended You must take planorblnae mulluica fungi phytozoa or loophytes and any member of tbe class algae Yes said the fair Inquirer Ihen yehatV Mix them with forty years of experience miss said Dr spencer The girl graduate from Boston almost led her glasses as she flew out of the door New York Press- CONFIIDERtThI REUNION DALLAS TEXAS Owing to the great amount of Inter est being manifested In the coming re union at Dallas next April the passen ger department of the Illinois Central railroad has ampgod to run special trains through to Dallas via Jackson Miss Vleksburg and Sbrovesport without change allowing the 011 Veterans an opportunity to stop over hlstorlo1battlefields of them faced the enemy in one of the Hrecest conflicts now recorded in tory Tho rate from all stations will be one cent per mile each way and tick ets will be on sale April 20 antI Nor further particulars call on or address J T DONOVAN Agent Padncah Ky JNO It HOLLIS T P Mem phis JNO A SCOTT P A Memphis tf lour Job work cant bo excelled o After Exposure to snow or rain a cold comes Dr Bells PineTarHoney 4s will cure it in one rilghtit- V will always frtvtnl a cold I if taken on coming in out of the wet Delightfully pleasant to the taste Good for children Good for everybody Cures Coughs and OlvcJ Strength to the cIey I All good druggists sell it 350 SOC 5 per bottle I BC SURE YOU GET Dr Bells Pine Tar Hone LEVY IITHE ONLY RELIABLE PAWN BROKER Money loaned on diamonds watches jewelry pistols guns etc BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL 127 S 2d St W F PAXTON Pmsiocnr R RUDY CaiHitu THE CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK PADUCAH KENTUCKY Capital Stock tnd Surplus 13000000 DIRECTORS i JIIA Rudy RI Gllton OeoO Hart Kd Parley IKamlelter O C Wallace I Flsner W Paxton It Rudy Interest Paid on Time Deposits Open Every Saturday Night T Cr r Do You Know IIP F LALLY The That pure is food much IllnessII Let os II IIourgrOCelw3ntsII10IIIIII II Grocer cutiscd i 1Telepbone j CITY TRANSFER colC L VAN METER Manager J AlL KINDS OF TRAMING MOVING AND HE VY HAULING CIIINERY SPECIALTI- TOFIIClt River front between Court ant WnshUgton fclmU Telephose No 449All Orders Large or Small will Kecrltcrronjit Attention Henry Mammen Ji BOOK BINDERThoroughly equipped Cookmaking Plank You teed send nolhlrg on oft- owoP1LflLAT jri OPINING BbOKS 11 J rrj Foulard Silks and Fancy Fabrics We are showing a beautiful selection of these fancy silks In fashionable shailes and new pattern Nice line of foulard silks In attractive patterns acd special good value for 75 cents a yard Choice patterns In satin faced foulards in all colors 135 and 1135 a yard A special 37Inch heavy black taffeta silk regular lioo value for 75 cents a yard New line of corded wash silks 48 cents a yard Special line of wash silks In nIl colors and good vilue at 29 cents a yard- Beautiful Lorraine silks 31 inches wide In popular shades a special new fabric for waists 75 rents n yard Silk tissue extremely new antI stylish in beautiful stripes all colors 50 cents a yard Shirtwaist linens in solid colors and stripes 35 cents all yaid 1IIDen1 yard Special Prices on Flannel Waiststtfl50 flannel waists for 98 cents tioo flannel Val U for fl3S tjoO flannel waists for 1198 Carpets and Mattings Spring stock now Inthe most complete line we have shown We are of feting some moncy saving values It will talnlr be worth your while to investigate these ecrII35 cent for strictly half wool filling ingrain 39 cents for all wool Glllnjj Ingrain 50 cents for good quality tapestry brnssels1 8 S cents for medium quality China matting 15 cents for extra heavy jolntless China matting tIS cents for very line close woven China matting 25 cents for finest cotton warp in beautiful carpet patterns antI tIre new double dyed effects absolutely new OWe pay particular attention to window shade business we carry the largest stock in the city In all grades and In all widths See us for window shades In Our Shoe Department Tht fun begins Mondsy and notwliluumllagilie discounts lont look so large look at the goodwill convince you to your Interest to invest your money here IMS tujs any fjoo or fo patent vlcl 1IIo1010Iboe for wo Wen in house buys any patent vicl or kid heavy sole for woolen In house were Ji540 buys womens heavy sole patent calf formerly sold at fo f ijo bej womens heavy sole high top kid shoe formerly sold Siaudj33o il150 buys womens heavy solo pit vlcl heavy sole button cheap at s1S buys womens patent lei dress shoe sold at Jjso 1MENS DEPARTMENT lays ma i till l4d ihM fmiQc cMiuil elLe ale Ssa II IIIanIcUI4h 7ooo1IIodl J KRAtSTON HEALTH SHOE Ibli ibm cuke ipf piker IJJ1 totmi keysk ruled rail see tt 5STS CHILDRENS SHOES s tic clitts lie dr hoi or byi kasgurea bat brDrillis 1II14IIal gibes rtlowrrlh Bbn trokeo stove tad ill foodiati caik 4 RudyUJ Phillips Co it1L JOHN J1O- LEICJowelerII 1Is now In his new store at No Broadway next door to The Cltileus Savings Dank Oppotlu Wallfrtlrlus I 8Iof Jewelry Diamonds Cut Glass Fine ChinaiEtc5 at Prices That Will Suit the Purse A SPECUltf u Subscribe for The SUN anc get thehewi while it is news TTHESUNS PUZZLE PICTURE R WHERE IS MY BOSS OUR POSTAGE STAMPS New Series is to Be Issued by the rJGovernment I IIPresidenlMcKinley Portrait ISSUE 4J ae 7Anew series of postage stamps Is now being designed and all stamps Iwillbe entirely new The question of a new series was discussed following the death of IrcaL Went McKinley and It was thought to that when the new set was ptdered the portrait ot President McKinley would f surely adorn one ot the denominations I The department hnwerereoncluda- to u place the portrait of toe late fret upon a now odd card of unique and this removed him from ttIdnt Knew face will appear of President Harrison on a new a IS cent stamp ThereJ practically no demand for a tamp of this value for domestic ore t but for foreign use cents repre sents the eat cf sending a registered letter not more than onehalt ounce to any country within the postal union Only one other change will be made Commodore lerrywhose fee has adorned the 00 cent value from 1870 down to 1B9I and the II from I89S to the present date will be superseded f lefeghtert Commodore lorry tappars perman rntly The proseilVct al follows cent reenbco Franklin cent carmine tax of Washington S cent purple taco of jackson cant dark brown fax of Lincoln cent choc re elate taco ot Grant cent red brown face of Oardeld cent mauve face of Sherman cent face fareof flay 60 cent orange face of Jefferson It Lack fax of Perry v fS sapphire face of Madison IS dark green tree of Marshall The present wrier of postage stamps Las been In continuous nse for just twelve years which Is much longer than the life of the ordinary series I It Is proposed that everything In con nection with the series will be new New designs for borders will e drawn now shades ol color employed 1 rJand the now stamps may be ot differ out site and shape Under the per trait will be the name of the subject with the date ol birth end death The cent special delivery stamp will be slightly changed In design and the color will be orange Instead of blue JlI Interesting to note that since 1841 but two presidents have not been honored by placing their portraits upon a postage stamp Johnson and Arthur Cleveland still living not be ing eligible JlI snot unlikely that when another new design ice postal cards shall bo adopted and these de signs change often President McKln Icy will take a place upon a postage stamp possibly anpersodlng Sherman on the eight or Webster on the 10 cent BAPTISTS MEET LSSION TO BK IIELD AT MEM PIUS BHORTLV esjphls March IBTbo mansg of Ute various Southern Dspllst ifphans1 Homes will meet here Tool day the 18th Following this on Wednesday the aecretailei of the mis eon boards will have a ooufeienec he continued through Tuesday An Important committee appointed by the Southern Baptist conventions t New Orleans will also hold a meeting here at the sea time Thou Inter eels wlll brag to this 61ty Dr T T Eaton of Louisville Dr F 0 McCon e nell of Atlanta Dr J M Frost ct Nashville Dr DE Hatcher ot lllct mood Dr R J Wllllbghaia of the foreign mission board and pearly all w of the mission secretaries if tl South ti CHANCIE IK PAKTNEBB1HP Attorneys Gilbert and Cross hay dissolve putrurshlp an l Attorney Gilbert has associated himself1 wjth Attorneys Taylor and Tineas the Him kenatter to be known ai Tayler131 barb skid moss Attorney Cross with Continue tooceel- htt GREATER TITAN EXPECTED WILL BE TilE DAMAGE FROM TilE DVERSbOnO DE POT FIRE Later reports from the Dyersbnr depot tire do hot glvo the estimated tat as It an Impossibility there being no way to estimate the amount of freight burned In the freight boose Tho passenger depot freight depot and five freight cars wore bnrned and also three telegraph poles grounding the wires for ashort time The fire Is snposed to hare original ed from engine No 877 pulling the second section of freight No which passed Dyeribnrg about 1918 oclock yesterday morning The Ore was dlscoveml by the night operator at It heel gained too much headway be eillngnlshej The freight house was full ot freight and also three ot the five rare thst burned The tat of freight not be determined ntil It an all Ie checked ash this will take some time Nothing was caved but a few pleat ot baggage The wrecker was tent out this morning to pick up the trucks of the urned cars Foleys Kidney Cure melees kidneys and bladder right DIED IN NENPIIISI WIKB OF A WELL KNOWN RAILROADER A VICTIM OF BLOOD lOI0NINOI nnr1111ortlwlck the Illinois Central will regret to arn of the death of his wife at Mem his from blood JOIonlngIThe deceased was formerly Miss En learn of Owcuiboro She was a beautiful and attractive yonng lady and nnninally popular On Jnno J 1000 she married Mr Hardwlck The mains will Interred at Owcnsbora Foleys Honey end Tar eons colds prevents pneumonia THE- e RELIABLE T I iBwSiIi The J Bowell from Tennessee river had a big tie trip The Clyde cleared with a good trip for Tennessee river last evening The City of PIttsbnrg Is up tomor row irons Memphis for Cincinnati Thtowboat Russell Lord arrived out of Tennessee rlrer lat night with a big tow of ties Tho gauge thus morning marked 89 feet a rise of tenths In the last twentyfour hours The City of ClHton from Bt Louis passed up Tennessee river yesterday evening with a big trip The 11W BnttorfT did not leave for Nashville until oclock lest night She pulled out with a big trip Captain James ICogor who bad been at Mound City looking otter work on the City of Memphis returned last Jon Hopkins front Evans vllle arrived and departed on return trip today with pretty good trip In and out The Harry Drown Alice Drown and W ONeil will take tows from Pittiburg to New Orleans on the pros sot rise =Young Peter O Lallanoo is now a full Aedged upper Ohio river pilot He a son of the late river editor ot the Cincinnati Enquirer Whilst business has been generally dull throughout the city for sovrral days yet down about the waters edge business has amounts almost to a boom Observations taken at a m IUv er SV3 on the gauge a rite of 08 in lost twontyfonr hours wind south west a light breeze weather clear and colder temperature 40 Pelt Observer The Wanderer and Idler pleasure1 boats belonging to Mr Lamb of Clln ton Iowa leave Cairo today for the lower Mlislsslppl and Red rivers It Is believed that the owner who Is a prominent lumberman Is seeking a cation for a factory The Mary Stewart departed for Qolconda at noon today with a big trip She was blocked off with hay etc on trip coming In last evening Captain Bennett says he will lay his boat up licit week and add some ex tansies repairs such as widening his boats guard intending her cabin and adding a fine swinging stage Captain Dill Itolllns Is In receipt of a letter from his son Pilot John nol line who Is on the City of SL Louis plying between Greenville Miss and New Orleans They are doing an enor moos business anda few days ago In twentytwo hours made fourteen landings and loads bales of cotton and 14000 sacks of cotton seed A Pittsbnrg dispatch says The ONell the largest towboat owned by tho Monongahela River Consolidat ed Coal and Coke Co steamed Into Plttsburg harbor this morning having come all the way from New Orleans Tae boat will remain here a few days while repairs are made to her machln err a new cylinder haying to bo pat In As soon as the repair work Is fin lshed the boat will be started south with a tow of eighteen coal boats from Bsltalrs NEW BAGGAGEMAN Mil IIUUII LA RUE WILL PROD ABLY 00 TO LOUISVILLE Mr Hugh La line son of Mr Dick La Rue the popular m man has signed his position as night baggage man at the local 0 depot and will probably accept a position with the road at Louisville Mr John A Alken Jr of Dawson Springs has been appointed his sat cessor the change being made last night Mr Aiken lis an experienced man and will make the road a valuable employe Mr La willIleave this week probablr for Louisville He had born In the employ of the road a few months only having succeeded Mr AlUenhelmer 190000 Bmihd by Uronkrn Mu Hot rat Together Aglo One of the famous and popular ex hlblU In the British museum is the unique Portland vase About tn Inches nigh made of glass of a won derfullv deep blue ornamented In re lief with a aeries of figures of opaque white glass it was found In a marble sarcophagus under the Monte del Orano some two and a halt miles from Rome on the way to Frascatl For long time It was the chief ornament of the treat Barberlnl palace at Rome but toward the end of the eighteenth century It was bought by Sir William Hamilton who In turn sold It to the Duchess cf Portland In and by the then Duke of Portland It was deposited In the British museum In The museum did not then occupy Us pres cut building and In 185 while It was still In Montague house the vase was broken Ijr an act of vandalism man named William Lloyd who was employed In the museui tot drunk one day In February of that year and picking up a Babylonian stone which lay on the ground he hurled it at the vase which was IlaccJ under a glass case There woe a crash and the case and the vase fell ehaUered to the groind The museum authorities ap press ie1 the hike of Pcrtland with a view la prosecuting the man but for reasons of his own the duke refused to appear end the only thing the museum could do was to bring the culprit bo tore a magistrate on a charge of wan tonly breaking the glass case The magistrate fined him a couple ot pounds and the fine was considerately paid by an old lady with more pathy than sense that the man pot oj scot free The pieces were put to cether again and perhaps the romance which has thus clustered around the raw may have enhanced its value It la estimated to be worth no than Jl0000Loodon Strand Magazine 115 Sr Cmtenatlana It not surprising that more people live to be cer years old In warm climates then In the higher latitudes The German Empire with 55000000 Inhabitants has centenarians Prance with 10000000 has tap land hrs only HG and Scotland Sweden Lei Norway Belgium Denmark Spain and Switzerland same Scrvln with a population ot 2250000 has people over years It Ij claimed that the oldest liv person one IJruno Cotrlm living n Rio de Janeiro Is years old 1118 r twi ot the fODlu Laxative l5romoQuininei that curse a e4 la ooo dr BalUrBUi to order upthethe variations In butterflies produced by temperature acting on the chrysalis He finds that the chrysallds according to the temperature to which they are exposed have given birth to butterflks not of the Mud they are derived from but kinds belonging to countries far from Zurich Thus pupae ot the Va nessa urtlca which Is common In Switzerland when kept at a tempera tare of four to sty degrees centigrade produced tho Vanessa polaris a d proper to Lapland Others of the same sort kept at to degrees cen tigrade produced the Ichnusa found only In Sardinia and Corsica still higher temperature produced Ichnuo Ides found sometimes In temperate gions during hot summers Other chrysallds gave birth to entirely mw species The general result that cold or heat produeee butterflies found In cold or hot countries Lazy liverI lure beru froiiMfd rrrat deal claimrorl r I f seethe tjppijr pleulyred shun slid to opportwnrhpreseatedvo Sulquehaana Phllndelpbla ra cATNARTI- CreAOtea se4aa I4agedCURE CONSTIPATION IIIOTODAC drmlu KIDNEY DISEASES Ire the most fatalof all dls eases FOLEYS KIDHEY CURE U GuzraaUfd Rectify ar money refunded Contains remedies recognized by eml tent physicians as the butt for Kidney and Bladder troubles WUCT if Md a EXCURSION TO ST LOUIS THURSDAY MARCH 2- 03OO FOR ROUND TRIP Tickets good only on fpeclsl train leaving Iaduenh Union Depot at II am arriving at St Louis Sjo p m Good returning on all trains to nol Including Tram No leaving St Louis Union Depot 836 a m Monday Starch No Extension of Return Limit wit be granted lL CC McCAniv 01 A nrAChicago Louis J T Agent 1aducah Ky The Grandest Bargain That We Have Ever Offered II S100 SUITS FOR 551 The suit shown above Is GENUINE MAHOGANY Full Swell Front French Legs the finest mKe on earth In a lumber trade we have secured 15 of this suit and we propose to give our customers the benefit of the trade If you need a suit this is a bargain of a lifetime Only 15 to be sold Your loss if you dont come at once t f OLD 114 = 116 Se THIRD if STREET I 3 CLOSING OUT Note 8lb 8lb can on there 1ICfIlIIb can N cents Slb can Plo Peaches 1S oonlLI Mb con Plnm Pudding Celluloid Starch for 250 Mired Hayper 100 Ibf 70c Bran per 100 lbo bars Laundry 120Ilie Bottles D Randolph Grocer Phone South Second street SOUTH CAROLINA INTERSTATE AND WEST INDIAN EXPOSI TION CHARLESTON O DE CEMBEK 1B01JUNE 1003 On account of the above occasion the NashTlllo Chattanooga and Er Louie railway la now lolling eionnlc tickets to Charleston at very lot rates Apply to N C anti St I ticket agents for foil Information J T REDDICK Physician and Surgeon OFFICE Columbia Building lionI TEUrHONKS tiS WM G DODD Teacher of Piano Voice and Theory Training of tho Voice and Art of Singing a specialty Call at First Christian Church CAPITAL AriD SURPLUS 314201 AMERICAN GERMAN NATIONAL BANK Paducah Kentucky Interest Paid on Time Deposits Offices on second and third floors to let Geo Thompson roes Ed L Atkins Cashier Th Loundr11ntbe CHINESE LAUNDRY We guarantee the best satis faction and promptest service Give u a trial SAM HOP SING CO No 102 11UOAUWAY A L LASSITER Architect and Superintendent Room 8 Yeiser Building Office Phone 2 J5 Residence Phone 5494 PADUCAH KY DR WIV OWENS DENTIST ts DrtiJ ij Harrcll lulljirg mil 1IC1 oaeenosro asmleumlp rot 5541 to is am Alben W Barkley s At orneyatLaw rs with Hendrlck Sillier Room No9 Columbia Building Telephone 31 OR JJt SMITHS deceit noun for nee prtcUe Ia r to7HrraViktnpravcU Jlr in talkie m its dose onrctos trims tc aUrcv4w r t dinop pMWtbc comer HHlt tnfl Jcrio Tlv lUDr1VVill WhayneE- YE EAR NOSE AND THROAT OQce Cor 4th and Broadway In Brook Hill BuildIng Taos It I a MOSS St MOSS- LAWYERS South Fouith St Paducah Ky DR J L WOELFLE ome ileum 9toIIam4yes Vice loth ami Clay Res 90 TrlmU I1Lci JIl 11to11 B B GRIFFITH M De PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON BMldracf ttettonce wn balldisg As ednyt- ehphes IL bes t to ls DR L J OTIS Banltarlnnt Treatment Dooms OIAoi Residence 7108pm 803 COURT ST TELEPHONE 664 lJUAK iv i liriUA10Kl tcac 12stte Agency PADUCAH RCA L nSTATB Wasters KratiKly rim OLD DOUGIITRCt1ANORC- land for Prwo Dooklut nk0a0WAV pAYn1 t a e =erg CHARISTONRegul Tennessee river packet r Paducah every Tuesday 500 p Clifton every Friday 500 pm Tie Charleston Is a sUnncn one strong carrier having cspaclty for tons of freight and good cabin accom modations For frelgetorpascsg u ply on board J A CROUCH Muter JOHN CROUCH Clerk RYMAN LINE NVSIIVIllE PACKn Str H W Buttorf Leaves Paducah for Clarksvillc ery Monday ts m Leaves Paducah for Nashville ever Wednesday m Leaves Clarksville every Tuesday noon for Paducah Leaves Nashville every Saturday noon for Paducah For freight or passage apply board or to Given Fowler Ag J S Tyner W A Bishop Master ClV ST LOUIS ANDITENNESSEE RIVER PACKET COMPANY FOR TENNESSEE RIVER STEAMER CLYDE Fvac Rttir r n II LOUIS PELL Master EUOBNK ROBINSON Clerk This company Is not responsible toi invoice charges miles collected by clerk of the boat Nrtt N5Lp frEHfil RO L PILLS Ytl elf neln- ICIIalelibl su lhhuTiRwainlrl T11w biwaanay Waavtul1Ci JACK FROSTS PRANKS play havoc with water gas and steam pipes despite the staunchest materials and the most conscientious work Nullify the bad effects of his rlslt as much as possible by notifying us promptly of leaks and breaks and well have you all right again In short order a r HO D IIANNANS lye ere eaIn Carer FOR COAL Telephone TilEOYERSTRtETCOALCQ Sturjb and Tradewater Coal un equated for steam and domestic ute Telephone Nos 171 and 203 TILE SUN- Ad maker dull limes busy H you wish to GE IIjSy stumns col rIMPORTANT Have the McCracken County Abstract and Title Co to examine the title to your property 16 llli South Fourth St Taducah LBHRVEAR Hanger DR H T HESSIGI Oma ReeWena and 18116Aa JncksonStT- IUIU1l0NR 270 a t CHEAP TO TNK BURLINGTONS VERY LOW jweWAY SETTLERS RATES JfUrjr day during March nut API only i3 0o from St Louis fA36o from Chicago to California tcrriiinals via Burlington Route Denver Scenic Colorado and Salt Lake City pdallhroulh toutfst eleep era to Sitn Francisco Rod Loa AncilfS pcrsoually conducted over the above route through Colora dos rwqiidetful scenery by day ihi ereryvyfilnelar and Frl ilLfP lii101lIsand Chi o illtI rtlls Dt Hre otl td iedNshthlOle1Jurlingl best of all to Californ Two great Coaat tral with free chair cars- RORIIIWEST j RAtES Cheap Settlers rates to the tar Northwest daily dutins March led April IQOI The BurlingtonNorthern Paj cine Itxprcas Is the only through equipmentfrontthe upper Northwest region HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS These are run the first and third Tuesdays of each month to the en tire West and NorthweatAaM agent for details Do us the favor to write us of your proposed trip and let us advise you the lowest cost the brat route and trains send you printed matter free and assist you r rf LWWAKELCr A 04 line 5lfret 051 rrAetna Louie rout CtLIOTT ojA rerId LOW RATES V- iaBStOSWDuring March and April TO PORTLAND ORE- TACOMA An- dSEATTLE WASH HELENA and BUTTE- MCINTANA OjcJen and Salt Lake Oty Utah LOS ANGELESand California also other points in the WEST NORTHWEST Kor rates time of trains or other In formation call on any agent or adjrels R S BROWN District Past Ajt- touiivUleKyrtJ01 McCARTV General Passenger Agt Cincinnati Ohio J The nest Tinc Indlanpolis And all Points in Indiana and Michigan Cleveland Buffalo New York- Boston And all Points West t Information cheerfully furnlihed on application at City Ticket office Big Four Route are Fourth avenue or write to S J GATES Oenl Agt- Louisville Ky rlUAiC WHITE lUUeforArlfinu Well and Hwa l W tuV Uiglc oa vIM put thefite ttres hoar w NObolltfrlr IturaiHatcie eu w rose kcrtt ll irvr5eraemll r SOAPCOwKtwOrltans Ior Salebj all Grocers l igl l rlrlf Fine Tailoring I oars aleck snl L- aIhoni re- I am y I will silJ tTHteit line of sullltgi d trouserings to bs found la the alrnJy splendid tae and assure you that twill bo prepared to suit tbt most fastUs drester I ttnly ask a m Will JDickes tw r TborapwiiS 011ieeLJi TtlDICXSQHUETHOI min nub scsaep bt mana rb Ihs haul MEMORY Is a mebGINIo rafJIworklnf secret had art nlavtwuilctUr arqIrtA II paNeldoae- t IN nIbCIsenleymf cotta d4eu suppna nx trot ppW sTNEolcaroN CcHootoCMMOAY tssmtavolvduursenso i f ooooooooo f TI Ps solves problem Am- you need ot do need tirs ill Hure o dlirose 01101 jon pOOOGO QOOOOOocoo KajprTeolor idTertlsements U this umnUBo a Ilna Cash mail u ipiny tho order for ill There bo eo variance from tbli role for you want something swell In the nary line call on The Sun Job The rery latent things In fan iltatlbnery and rMOllAblo price- sPoltRENTThoucond Door el is Seni new bnllJlng will to fitted tosalt tenant IHs an Ideal loca Jnnulre at The ED- OWANTEDTwo salesgirls at oat Kentucky Gla n end Queensware iua WANTEDTwo actire agents to i einrau for the Super Asbestos lamp EqUDIYtmoney Fire to ten dolUri capital Vrequired Enquire of CampUll Jackson street The Bun will not rccelre anj i Went or Local adrertlscmenti loeptfct cub with the order compelled l to adopt this rule from feet that It cats ne more In col Sa time than we get for the ad ant Thus rule will N strict to coil we tnut no om credit ai we ihall be com jnfnie them b Respectfully The Son Publlthlng Co LQCAL LINES SIjt yon 8 cents per line Vie Pcrteti Tuff Glass Lamp w y sM Ml plenty hickory wood at I23f Mird Street orders H B Loytng for Insurance of all 4 ClalllnR code Tao a 103 at Th a BwiofBos- jj If tt U neat stationery you wish lisift Xbe Sun job rooms do It oomplete line of blank brook ppewrltlng supplies for the no ents and Co The San Job roo rte prepared to sire you the jirettleit job work yor Dyer aw Mr Llin Davenport Is now located at sill North Sixth street and It prd Janl do all sorts ot dress tasking IThe vestry of Grace church hold Important meeting tonight cumber Is earnestly requested to 190 now all O KII yoR want coal call up the Pratt Coal Co fat Mrs Emma Martin of Ohio conn BallardqCmood hotel lost night Bar Cap Owen offlelatlng + Phone Is now all K Ifyon lit coal call np the Pat t Coal Co 7t Oeorge Rlchsteln hu return home iron Metropolis where she called by the death of her father v Kinch Ponlson who wad o roil it 10DrrjlrdDoghterjtt Phone 291 In working outer W T Nobles coal yard Plenty of lamp egg sod nut coal on hand i LThe sale of seats for the concert to liven at The Kentucky April for the benefit of the Home of the Friend lest iIs very encouraging and from ptr tent Indications the ladles haying the a Bali In charge will clear a neat soot It is hoped all who hare not purchased a ticket will do so u alit in a worthy cause trrTo have heard the Royal Italian Kentuckyshe I3OYDwithl that Andrp LDO 1phI roe 01Ij hllJ T 1CAETS Arv I THE LARGEST STOCK BEST SELECTIONS ALL WORK GUARANTEED COME BEFORE THE RUSH RHODESBURFORD COMPANYNUMBERS 207 POP 211 213 SOUTH THIRD STRBETjt 1f Saturday matinee and night and to have watched its leader Qluieppe Oreatore U to here received a sew sensation From the moment he step upon the stand and rape for illenoe anti attention with hli little white willow one nITer takes his eyes off him lIe all nerrejind bounding mnicle full ot wiggles and cnrlycuet which canoe hli leading to look like a page of nil own manuscript For Creators leads whit his whole soul TAKE nOTIOE It It repnted that a great many persons In different parts of the city are conducting a loan bnslncu on the quiet and a great many saloons and corporatlqnsUkt watches and other articles as collaterals and pledges on loans which Is In rlolatlon of city and statute lows of Kentucky If these parties continue conducting such bus loess they may be prosecuted to the tall extent of the J LEVY A COHEN License Pawnbrokers Arizona which will be pre sented at The Kentucky Friday night the third play of the state series which Augustus Thomas hoe given to the stage Alabama and In Mis soon slowly reflected the scenes and people the customs and incidents which Thomas bat been familiar with- In his boyhood and hU early manhood In Arizona It Is said be has ntlllzed a whole lot ot personal knowledge which he gained during an active ca reer of two or three year as a cowboy on a southwestern cattle ranch Beats went on sale this morning SPRING OPENING SATURDAY MARCH I5TH are respectfully Invited to callI and view our latest in pattern holaI sod readytowears and millinery novelties 418 Broadway Smith Sitters DEEDS G P Adam deeds to Gertrude Chiles for 132415 property In the ronotIMaggie Ultra deeds to J 1 Coch ran for f 1700 property at Ninth and JeSTcrson streets- Gerlrmle Chiles deeds to Mary B Harper for f property near Cold Spring in the auntyE- CUUKSION TO ST LOUIS Thursday March ticket good 001on special train leaving Paducah union de pot alII L mol round trip good returning on regular train up to and Including train 225 leaving St Louis 836 L m Monday March 24th 1802 No extension of return limit will be gruited under any clrcnmtanMs J T Donovan Agent Z Graham deeds tothelode pendent Order of Odd Fellows 01I Grahamvlllo for tl and love and affection to the lodge the second tory of his store at that place which Is toI bj used as the lodge halt LAWN GRASS SEED If you want a nice lawn this met get some of Bransons choice mix tore lawn grass seed O L BRUNSON AND 001 423 Broadway The four months old InaIo Eugene Foilej riled 4odayof la Kcntra 1rtlft buried tomorrow at ofI j y fi1 1 If Your ROOFi NEEDS FIXING UpIY Scott Hardware CO- lNCORPORATBDIThe Whltl store on Broadway 34 38 to a off WI ItiisAndiSocial lilts Halite Hisey has gone to Lox ington on a months Tlill to friend Miss Nellie Hook of Hardin borg famll11oftitle morning Mill Allle Arnold went to Eddyvi lie this running on a brief visit Mr J Powell the Louisville in surance man Is In the city on bud ness Mn Dolly Eden returned to her home in Charleston Ma this morn tog after a brief vlilt to relatives here Officer Frank Harlan went fo Joppi this morning to meet his dauRhtrIMss Sadie limes of who arrives tonight on a visit to her parents Captain P Hollingsworth in spector of floating stock of the Illinois Central has returned from a trip to St Louis Mr James Glauber who has been In eastern Kentucky Is expected home tomorrow night Mr J Cassidy of MnrphysLoro is vlilllng his brpthcr to law Dr Wallnca Werner UIII Ellontler Wilson from Martin Ton will arrive Friday to visit Mrs Harry alcoves at 413 North Sev enth street Mr T Miller returned from Maytteld at noon today Slice Mande Lemon returned from MayfleU at noon today Deputy U S Manual 0 Snun uteri returned from Mayfield at noon bola Mr John U Uatcs of Princeton r3 qD2J f claim agent of the Illinois Central Is at the Palmer Mrs N A Durrett went to Nash vine at noon today on a visit Mr J Biunion the florist has gone to Nnihilllo on business Dr O Otey of Melber Ky is In the city today He has just returned iron college and will soon locate but hu not decided where We have a choice mixture of grace seed that will make a tine lawn 1 Brnnion and Co 424 Broadway BIRTHS Bran to tbo wife of Mr Jim Ed ward of 1122 Clay street this morn log a fine baby girl are overstocked with plants and are making some tempting prices to reduce it quickly our phone No 182 is in good working order call to see us Schwas Ergs There will be a randy pulling at the residence of Mrs L a Jones ou West Jackson street tomorrow night A pleasant time Is anticipated All persons cordlllllloUed Phone 294 U in working order Nobles cod yard Plenty of iiuij egg sod eat catoa hand The Ladies Mite aoclety of the Pint Baptist church will meet Friday afternoon at oclock with Mrs OIFerryman North Fifth street spring wagons Jos saleon install mentpayments Court strut Tel ephoneI23 J VV Greif Mgr Thuil miles distant from the earth lice moon 238857 miles r COVEN I I OLD Irod South Second St l1li LT liTHE KENTUCKY 1 J There was a small but appreclaUv audience The Kentucky but even log to enjoy the song recital by Mho Mary Llnck usi ted by Mrs Mori Hoover Ellis Mlu Llnck Is on E anivllle girl of attractive Iand has a voice of wide range power and brllllaticy and exceptio cnltor She greatly charmed her heat en last night by her exquisite singing unit fully demonstrated her abilty tiles Llnck tau sung in grand opera and It is seldom Paciucahans have an opportunity to hear such music Mrs Ellis Is a fine ptanlit of arts taste and faultless execution It li regretted that more were not out to enjoy the entertainment The follow tog program was rendered Piano 010 a Revolutionary Etude Chopin Air de Ballett OhaminaJe Song = Ho Anna Granler- a Romance When all was Young from Faurt Gounod b Aria OdonFatale from Don Carlos Verdi Piano solo Polonaise from Lo Dal Rnbonitcln a Ballad = Oo and Forgett ems b SongO Hear the Wild Wind loMatttlII Mighty Lak honeNevin- Ii Recitation and viralThou Mon strous FIendfrom lJeUoDeb oven Piano solo Bustle of Spring Bindinga Maria from Cavalcrla RuseicanaSlascaglnLb Carmen Bizetc By Request The Song That nU ilfnatara It on ertrf of th fnnlni Laxative BromoQuinineT t ku- tb rtmod that cane a teed lu dry Reached My IeartJordauA- rizonatomorrow night Is going to be one of the drawing cards ot tho season The sale today has been large AMONG TILE SICK Deputy Sheriff Lyon is on the listMr James Skllllan of Broad drat is ill Dr Cooley Is out today after a lev eel days illness- There no apparent change In tthe condition of Mr R Utterback Captain S J Echrodesl condl ton Is improving but he not yet able to lit up The little child of Mr and Ur r James Uttertmck Is quite from pneumonia Mr Guy Randall no better today He still has a high fever and his care has developed Into pneumonia Superintended II U Wallace con tlnnes to improve and will be able tto sit up In about three days Ills father and mother will arrive In the city from Chicago this afternoon to visit Wilt Tucker the Illlnoli Con tral boilermaker who has been ill fi r several weeks of typhoid fever Is no letter His coniUfon is serious Mrs Mary Alexander is slightly bet ter today She has boon ill for savers days- Isuuij cuq olIDaql otq a J tuaauvj tnojsnpu oj sail f JIIA Ip mm sjpiAoad jnauj ursao9 oqy puvl 2upnoss Ilcl0 ql pin huuoN ul nVAlel eel Atumaa tgraag as IIStill continues at 5 per to on all valu t ables Diamonds Watches Guns Pis tols Business Con tidentialuGive Him aCallb t t The Kentucky Management JAMES K KNGUSII Tuesday Night Blch 18 AclorrKENTresiPraFntlogNAT C GOOD WINd Great Batten THE COWBOY ANDL TIlE LADY CII rash VilhtheltnttreOriginalK- NICKURDUCRIR THIUTRR Production PRICKS iy joe je ti fie SeeUooSdeTiESDAS9sm FJRDUCKH i BUSINESS DIRECTORYI PotomcIIndustry 9 j j CROSi VOGT AND G0ILD8R8 Estimates on all work cheerful I given Job 1Vork a Specialty Phone BRINTOY it DAVIS V A irA ARCHITECT 0 Ui6 BROADWAY PHONK 20 BARRY IIIJNNEniSRGKR Phone No For COAL AND lmmM CORNER NINTH AND HARRISON A C COLEMAN kCONTRACTOR AND BDILOFR Estimates Chectfully Given on All WorkJob Work a Specially No 622 South Eleventh Street 11al tl KAR ISIAND BUILDER Best In the City 924 N 7lh CENTRAL COAL IRON COI ALL GRADES or J J READ MAKAGRR Telephone No 370 GUS IOCKWOOD CONTRACTOR AND BUILDKR Job Work aSpecialty I Residence I739llarrsou Telephone No 653 Ring 3 ALEX MCONNELL SIGN AND IIOfSK PAINTER Oak Graining Pictorial Back of McPhersons Drug Store the Condoetor U KTr bridgetrolleythe other day at the antic of their tor who had been an old coneluclwas loins throuthsome perIormanc 16 rarIuUor said tad a line old time cuI 12 Ing ropes when I ad a berth on titstbreeakysallyardcr koncontlnnedI Iunlllbienueelas a Ho deck and tits keen tender u a long n1uET9ressheff wu IofIa A 3TkRn Sr yr I WHAT SIZE sHo 3fI Do You Wear Ladies If Its n22 123 3 12 4 4 12 or 5 then come to ROCKS and got you a pair of good Button Shoes cut from 150 250 and 300 to 25c 50c and 75c Sale commences today So come early to get first choice of a genuine cut price sale of good SHOES t 321 Broadway Geo Rocli Son 321 Broadway I THE KENTUCKY Manageintnt James n nogllih- I Friday Night larch 14 Iresentalion Here ot IIIllrst Thomas Pl- ayAJRIZONI A IPloonccd on the Same Grand Scale as G von in All Metropolitan Cities by LaSIIULMi and HAM LINS New York COMPmChicaKo A PLAY MAT PllASLS ALL Pull ot Comedy 1athoi head Interest Stirring Sccties Kxciling IncidentsA Wherever Pre sented Two Seasons in j ViiSNow Rurning In London to Crowded houses Dont Fall to See This Play PRICKS fljo fiooSe SEATS ARE NOW ON SALE The Kentucky Management James English MATINEE AND NIGHT Saturday MARCHI15th Ellerys Royal Italian Band Ginirppi Creatore Director 50 Inslrumenlalisfs 50 The Banl which Is to rtpre sent the Italian King at the St Louis Worlds Fair Seats on Sale Saturday Morning and Night Prices 25c 5075c 100 Matinee Prices 25c 50c The Kentucky Manigentcnt JAMES RNQUSII MONDAY NIGHT MARCH 111 The Oil final and Only BARLOW WILSONS New York IGreater i Skilful Dancers to Cultured Singers 10 Pi anlnnlcs Specialties 21 Grand MillUry Band 10 Solo Orchestra The Swell Parade of the MINSTREL WORLD fIUCtS jjcPint75enUaDfeCutleryreserve jjcGallerySeat sale orens Mondsy9 m now Bout That Spring Hat Havent thought much abut it this cold weather have yoj We have and not to exaggerate were prepared to please youein any price or style you may desircDrop in and Itt us show you We please the hardtopltase nun and a nujsrity of Padu caps best dressers In our Knox Stetson and Broadway Special Hats u YO WItlIkirfl1saraaafaa- WERLAND TELfcttlONE TELEGRAPH Cot mcoeaaat ol Loner distance linos and telephones of this Company onablo you to talk almost Southomillinoisand Louisiana Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with tho pooplo of this groat section of tho country j Wo solicit your pationngo Rates roaeon able Equipments and facllltloa unsur passod V AMES lmldrat 0 u1 Ueoaer LtUND HUMt MgtTawr awt ear WIIB Traare THE ELITE BOWLING ALLEY Has hands and Is in ronditlonexercIseYou tBRADLBV WILBON PROP j Go to UGOMARSINOS IIFoFor medicinal purposes Free delivery toJumllles 50e and 125 per quart d9 0 TE4EPHO rio 001 v