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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s The Paducab Daily Sun 1 VOL IX NO 210 PADUCAH KENTUCKY MONDAY OCTOBER 13 1902 10 CENTS PER WEEK u GREAT CROWD OU Last Night About 7000 Men Heard Rev Sam Jones Ml the Services Yesterday Were Well Attended mil Great Interest Manifested REVIVAL DRAWS VAST CROWDS Not since Bam Jones former visit to Paducah ten years ago has such a revival of religion swept over the city as U sweeping over It at present It ti said that there was never before 10 l Urge it Saturday nights congregation as too one that gathered the past urday to listen to the noted evangelist lie took hit text from I Icings 2 chap and 3 verses Nowthe day of David drew nigh that should diet and he charged Solomon life ion Ing r I go the way of all the earth 1e than strong therefore and show thyself a mm lilt address was prlncl pally to the young people and his ear nest words went straight to the hearts of his listeners At the close of hit re marks abodt three hundred went for ward asking for the prayers of Chris flans that they might live a butte life Sunday morning was the great un ion meeting Long before 1030 th hour set for the scng service th building WM filled and people con tinned coming la until the icrmon was half finished l Before Mr Jones announced hli text be laid that he understood that up to the time of the first service there had not been one dollar relied to pay the expenses of the meeting that ho supposed the preachers sidered It useless to ask for It ai the people paid out entirely too much for whiskey and beer However the expenses must ls met and the gregation would have It to pay 10 they might ai well do It without any farther talk After the collection hall been taken op Mr Beagle sang a solo and Mr Jones then Rare out his text Joihna 31 Chap 15 verse Choose yo this day whom ye will serve but ai for me and my house we will servo th lord Ai we read this book laid bo we are impressed with Gods won tlcrfnt goodness and mercy to Joshua And until In the last verse It neve- gives one grateful word from him lint when he does speak mark yo his words Choose ye this day whom yo will serve but ai for mo and niy house we will servo the Lord Ai I read these verses the though comes to me that God hat alto born wonderfully goodl to 6am Jones and praise Ills holy name thirty year ago mule my choice turned my back on tin and tare tried to live a clean rlghtooni life ever since Now the trouble with you Padu r cab people JI that you go In iqnadi tail sets and when It becomes the fashion to do something every one goes In for that thing And youre all going to hell just because its fashionable to go Why the biggest man In your town today li one of those damnable illitlllcri Youre no standard you dirty devils Youre a little onoborio gang from inont to taiL Youre got no manhood Here youre got on elder In the Presbyterian church for mayor and hea letting this town drift hellwrrd without a t protest Your manhood all gone Its fashionable to tip your hat to the man with tho most money The mer chants make no proteit they want trade the bankers mako noue they want deposits the lawyeri dirty little del thiyd never protestand- I almost said the preachers I toll you when you muzzle the preachers you bare sounded the death knell of the town A man who speaks his mind Is called a crank lint ai Joshua said 1 will be one ont of 1201 6 or 3 to stand by my God and what li right What do you stand for you little but let headed devil you Have you ever taken a stand to protect your home and loved ones t Theres one good thing about it if the devil gets the whole bunch of you he wont jet much Id rather go around with my mouth fa a poultice lid hove my ray afraidTto speak my mind Merchants dont care how many people go to bell just 10 their trade Increases Bankers dont care it their deposits increase and some of you old women would ther see the town damned than to have a row Obi I was once with the gang I was a good Democrat working for my party and going home drunk ery night And the politicians said Thats a tine young man Well honor him later on When I was converted and stood for the right I was called a fool And let me tell you people something Just as sure as the Ohio river sweeps past title town just as surely Is the current of things sweep ing yea all to hell You let the worst people In the community stand openly on your street corners then every three or four months run them Into court and flue them Saloon keepers tho same thing Every once In a while fine them liD And these things are published In your papers and no one has entered a protest Here the preachers say they lId try to have something done and the authorities would not listen Well If you preachers would stop shooting popguns and go tn shooting Gatlln Runs I bet theyd listen And there would be dog bides for tale next day too tow this gang does need shooting Into There are protests and protests and yonll hear from the right kind How can you preachers hope to fill up your churches If nothing li happening Shell the woods make the fur flyand the people will go to hear you Why haveecantefill your churches Preaching one day in Nashville I said to some of the city 001hllTeyour houses of fame running brazenly In defiance of the law and they are not afraid of one of you But when Bam Jones comes to town erything Is shut tight on Sunday They are afraid of me and I thank God Im somebody Bud you just come out tonight and youll see Im only touching the high places now Some of you old thngs say Sam Jones hail better be careful or hell get done op Well Ive never been done op to date Have never been drummed out of town yet Has been lots of talk about it but I have the drams and I wont lend them Mr Jones continued In this strain suitedenly took on a more serious tone and the remainder of his sermon was a plain serious talk on the first part of the text Choose ye therefore whom therfact that a choice was either of two bothuWe cannot serve God and mammon and he urged on his hearers the necessity of making the right choice Showed the absurdity of trying to do both our own part and Gods If we will only repent of our sins trust In Him and try to live a better life God will take care of all the rest Asklrg for the prayers of all good people and urging every one to attend the ser vices be dismissed them with the AFTERNOON When Evangelist Sam Jones said In his announcements Saturday that the Stump Diggers lermonwblch would be delivered by the Rev George Stewart on Sunday afternoon was one of the grandest things that over fell from mortal lips bo dlil not fall far short of the truth and those who did not bear It certainly missed a rare treat Fine The best thing in that line that I ever heard and such comments were al that conld be heard from the congregation as they loft tho taber nacle The text upon which this eloquent discourse ii based is found In Habak kuk the 12 and 15 verses Woe unto him that bnildeth a house with brood and oitabltihoth a city by iquity woo onto him that IIIelh his neighbor a drink that putietb thy bottle to him and makoth him drunk ken also Mr Stewart began his discourse by speaking of the appearance and condl Lion of our city on the Sabbath day Its open saloons its bawdy houses and the many other things that were a disgraoeto the town and communl tr Spoke of the dark clouds hanging sorI Last Nights Memorable Scene The pen ii not wielded that can ly describe the scene at the close of Sam Jones sermon to men last night and the heart that was not touched by it is indeed one of stone Standing on the platform in his shirtsleeves tired and worn out from his hard work of the past few days and a very tick man tears in his eyes and his voice shaking with great emotion he told his audience why be more than any man alive had the right to fight the liquor traffic He told how when just out of law school he came to Kentucky and mar ried one of her fairest daughters and went Cartersville to live For three years be tald he was the worst of drnnkardt stole the roses from the cheeks of hit hslpmate roiet that have never come back Ho was made to see the error of bit way and reform ed and for 85 years has been fighting the fight for God But to this day ho said the whiskey appe tite Is hounding me hounding me to death and I wont feel safe from a drunkards grave tip llfea battle it ended Ten years ago my titter wont to Atlanta with two of the brightest boys in this world They found the whiskey habit somehow and both became drunkards of the worst typo One day one of them In a drunken brawl killed hit best friend his chum He was tried and convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary When I heard It II went to Atlanta and found my poor dear sister heartbroken and a physi cal wreck from the shock and the doc tors saying they could give no encour agement ai to her ultimate recovery My heart nearly broke when I saw her condition I promised I would out to see the boy and went He was the breathing imago of moas much like me physically as man could be When he saw me he cried Oh uncle Ill never touch another drop My poor boy why didnt you say that before you caused this great calamity f A few days afterwards someone smuggled some whiskey into the place and ho got hold of it Ills strength failed him and he fell again had de lirium tremens Ho slipped into the surgeons office the next day and got a revolver and put a bullet in his heart Has any man more right to talk Republicans Register Tomorrow Mayor Yeller has ordered a supplementary registration of those who failed to register at the regular regis tration day last Tuesday Heretofore the registration has been on the third OfIapIpears the one recorded specifies the second Tuesday for sup plementary registrations Every publican who failed to register last TOMORROW THE LAST DAY Snpt Fred Albion states that to morrow Is the last day on which ap plications for civil service examine tion for clerk and carrier can be tiled Tno examination ii the 16tb init I A 15 like kilo or more cause to fight this Iniquity Oh the misery It has caused me and my family I toll you I shall fight it till doomsday and the day of judgment will find me at the bar fighting still j When he finished his story there were few If any dry eyes in hit vast audience And when he called for allwho enloried all be had laid to stand np every man in the tabernacle rose to ht feet He called on the re porters to come op on the platform to take a look and no man ever saw a more touching or Inspiring scene than that before them He then coiled for all who resolved to lead a better life to come forward and shake hit handand fully 1000 ac cepted big Invitation Standing by his tide one taw sights that must ever remain with him Old men their faces bloated with drink the hot tears rolling down their cheeks and voices all but gone cnmoihook his hand and thanked him for his words Young men middle aged rrcn merchants la borers men of all clarsei and walks came to grasp that hand and go away with hearts toll of gratitude and good resolutions They saw one old fellow jut able to creep along grasp his bands and say Mr Jones Im an old rebel a lifetime sinner and right now the wickedest of men but God helping me henceforth I lead a diff erent life One saw saloonkeepers bartenders men of the worst types of drunkards boyi of the town all come forward eagerly and grasp that hand and vow to lead the life of n Christian Yet men question Sam Jones methods and doobt his sincerity If any of these men were In uttendance last night It li a safe surmise they wont do 10 again Man never gazed on anything no beautiful In its show ing of hour the good will come to the snrface n oil of us and of what a consolation religion Is to man and to known there is hops for forgive ness for the worst of sinners It ft probably uo exaggeration to say Sam Jones has done more Listing good than any man In the ministry today If hit methods are odd vnlgarsomo say the ruenlts are undoubtedly forth coming And tbati what we al strive for anyway week li urged to register tomorrow It appears the supplementary day has been wrong heretofore or else tomor row is not the day The mayor Otho ordinance however has tuned Instruction to hare the polls open to morrow and Republicans are nrod to register The polls at Kirkpat rick tomorrow will be at the old Home of the Friendless instead of at the usual place A car load of wire has arrived for the Peoples Independent Telephone Co and wlUbe strung at rapidly at possible The piles are being put np expeditionI a Harts Hot Air CONCENTRATEDIN IIAI II HIbowlI nicelyCheapIsntII still GEOO adoing r IIPricesII assn rewss ss THE RAILROAD NEWS Big Engine to Come Here for Re pairs at Once Mr O J Travis Inspector of Bridges Was Here on a Regular spection Tour MR It R DILL TO REST UP Engine No 1001 will arrive in this city tome time today for repairs This li the largest engine on the noli Central and no doubt will attract a largo crowd to the shops The engine has been running be tween Cairo and Memphis and died at a little station on the Memphis vision yesterday Something has gone wrong with the flues of the big ma chine and she will be repaired here This is the largest typo of engine the road owns and ii tbe class of engine that will be rnn between here and Louisville when the last schedule is Inaugurated The wheels are over ilx feet tall and a good sized man looks like a dwarf beside the engine ai com pared with his size and the ordinary engine The big machine will be brought to the city today this after noon probably and will be run Into the shops for Immediate repairs Mr T A Banks trainmaster of the Louisville division of the I O was in the city this morning He will Imme dlatleygoto the Evansville division to act ai superintendent of that division temporarily In the place of Super intendent R Dill who will be off on a three weeks vacation Mr 0 J Travis chief Inspector of bridges for the Illinois Central was In the city today and went np to Clarks river to inspect tho new bridge just completed Mr William McOreevy the travel ing engineer of the Lonlivllle and Memphis dlviiloni of the I 0 was in tho city this morning on business Mr Charles Sugars of the matter Olwont to Benton yesterday to visit friends He returned last night Mr Roy Porter the night caller of the local I O shops was ill last night Ills place was filled by Mr Dick Iseman the day caller Supervisor W O Waggener is iIn tho city today POLICE COURT Few Sinners Had Their Innings This Morning Felony Cases Were Not Tried But Misdemeanors Were Disposed of The case agalnit Charles Aihleytbe white man arrested at New Madrid Mo on a charge of stealing a raft of logs belonging to Rlgltiberger was continued until Wednesday on account of the absence of witnesses Tbe case against Henry Davis col ored charged with stealing a pair of shoes and telling them to Mrs Annie Kloln for 40 cents claiming that they were his own was left open He Is charged with obtaining money by false against Kirk Davis and Fred Cooper colored for beating a THE MARKETS PornUned bj Ami AGllbett the radneab commission Co ores ewes wnsaT December1 e 5jlIIOclrjI Iroc ISP 67anaarrNay it 105- tnuary 990 ergs 842 840 II nilJanuary l board bill wal tried and Davit was ac quitted anti the other man fined II and costs Frank Ohapman was fined f and costs for a plain drunk Laura Ulllman was fined 15 and costs for disorderly conduct Lee Overall and Mottle Martin for immorality were fined 120 and costs Thomas Slmms for a breach of the peace was fined and costs A case against Charles Ooleman a bne armed negro charged with turbing the peace and carrying a pis tol concealed Will left open Officers Lynn and Whltehnrit arrested him and a pistol Will found on a pallet near the door where Officer Lynn claimed he taw Ooleman drop It The darkey was raising a row because big step daughter was late getting FORMER PADUCAII BOY MR BOB ROBINSON THE MUSI OIANMAKR1ES IN SPAR TA ILL Mr Bob Robinson formerly of the city but now of Sparta III was nesday married to Miss Essie Tate one of the most popular and attract ive young ladles of that city She Is further one of the best musicians In that portion of the state and comes of a prominent family Mr Robinson is well known here her ing been one of the leading tailors and musicians He Is a brother of Mr Geo Robinson the well known tailor and will probably come here soon to pay him a visit Mr Hob icsons friends here will be pleased to learn of his marriage IN COUNTY COURT H NOTHING OP UNUSUAL INTER EST CONSIDERED TODAY County court was hold this morning but nothing of Importance was done Appraisements of the following estates were lIed L D Roberts Jr Mrs D N Lovelace Mrs E B Derry Mrs Ann E Englert L U Rogers Settlements as follows were filed and ordered to Ho over II F Lyon administrator of John Orme R F Ferperion administrator Sarah Fer gerion Lizzie Parks administrator Henry Parks W B Weaka guardian for Benny and Mabel Weeks II E Brookshlr guardian Lena Brook shire Tobe Gardner administrator Little Gardner and W H Holland guardian Joseph Bishop NtW MINING CuJIPANY ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION BEING DRAWN TODAY Attorney Will Stanfleld of May fleUli in the city drawing up articles of Incorporation of the Ozart Zino sad Lead Miming Co This is a company composed of stockholders from Paducah and Pope county where the land ii situated There are 1000 acres of land in all and lead has been discovered in paying quantities MrrPete Burnett of the city is one of thoiocal stockholders and inoorpora tore The company will have a capitaltstock of 1300000 F OAR STRIKE OVER New Orleans Oct 13The street oar strike which for two weeks bad effectively tied np all the cars was settled last night the men agreeing to return to WOK on a basis of 20 vents an boar and ten hours work The governor bad threatened to have all the militia out- LOOKING FOR TROUBLE Manila Oct 19Tho sultan of Bacoloi Mindanao has rejected the friendly overtures of Gen low net and tins written a letter In which he says be wants war and wants It quick Forces will be sent to attend to him THE BIGHT ONES Lexington Oct 13C bud OBrien of Memphis anti Earl Whitney of Nash ville are in jail here for the murder of A B Chinn whose house they attempted to burglarize and are doubtedly the right ouei One ii slightly wounded Both have bad records DEATH AT POOR FARM Francis Green colored age 53 died of dropsy at the county poor farm yesterday and will be butted to cl1- j T A NEW QUESTION The City to Retain its Option on the Water Works A Vote to Be Taken on n Twenty Year Contract for Fire Hydrants ORDINANCE BEING RUSHED A new ordinance has been intro dated for adoption by local boards thorizing a vote by the people In No vember on the question of amending the cltyi contract with tho Paducah Water company The ordinance pissed twine by the lower board and once by the board of aldermen provided that the people vote on a repeal of the pur chase clause of the franchise Saturday night the board of aldermen met and passed a new ordinance It eliminates the provision for a vote on the repeal of the option clause and the city will consequently retain her option The new ordinance provides for a vote on the question of whether or not the city shall make a new con tract with the water company to run for twenty years and fix the hydrant rental for the city at a uniform rate of each a year Some of the hy drant run for three years yet and the saving to the city will be about 76001 year for three years on those The company will put In the filtra tion plant if the question carries fore the people in November and will relinquish its claim of f10 a year rental for hydrants for the three years longer the contract has to run The only thing it will get will be a con tract for twenty years for fire hydrants at 125 each a year The city will se cure the filtration plant get a reduc tion of rental and retain Hi option to purchase every five year The board of aldermen met again this morning and gave second passage to the ordinance and the conncilmanto board will meet this afternoon and give first passage to it It will meet again Tuesday to give final passage to It The reason there li haste is be cause the question to be voted on must be certified to before the authorities twenty days before the election and tomorrow will be the last day The ordinance fixing tho bond of the city jailer and the turnkey at U 000 and 1000 respectively the ordinances regulating the public hacks and the extension of the time on the be ginning of work on the Paducah Cairo and Northwestern railroad were given second peonage by the board of aldermen this morning Mr Harry O Tandy of Frankfort is in the city on n visit to his wife and daughter and will remain until Wednesday Ii G hold the Bank w = n It I IWe hold the KeIIri But l HAVE YOU A SINKING FUND A sinking fund Is a money set aside for payment of debts that mature In the future Every city has one Every man should You may be free of debt Cm a rainy day comes to i all of When It comes this sinking fend is your larlonr It li an easy thing to start And It Is a most pressing help In trouble Urt one of our Home Savings Banks and start one We will be pleased to help you- CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK Third and Broadway Paducah Kv ale ray Interest op Cetosits THE POLICE BOARD Monthly Meeting Will be Held Hero This Evening at the City Hall Officer Hammond Laid Ofl for Gain Into a Saloon on Sunday Now Firemen FIRE DEPARTMENT RULES VI One policeman has lost his job ai a result of Her Sam Jones meeting Lat night ROT Jones took from hi pocket a paper certifying that the Now Richmond bar was open Sunday afternoon and several men wore there- In It among thorn a policeman wear- Ing badge 32 After the meeting was over everybody was asking everybody else who wore the unlucky 32 The police com mlnloneri wero asked and the olt hall was telephoned It li remarkable how much curiosity was nxhlbltei over the Incident and finally the po lice commissioners telephoned to the city ball and learned that Officer Jo Uammond was adorned with the fateful Insignia He was ordered laid oft when he reported frr duty Officer Hammond who was formerly a motorman was not on duty at the time he li alleged to hove been In the nloon but his superiors promptly de clared that he had to business In saloon especially on Sunday and when he reported for duty at midnight he was suspended He said he was there on business Ills case will be Investigated tonight by the police commissioners who hold their regular meeting and It to found that he was In the saloon he will no doubt be discharged from the force The commissioner have practically stated ai much The commissioners iletirs John Bonds R R Sutherland Pete Rogers and M W Clark will also tonight elect two itatlonmen for the tire de partment to take the places of Moss Council Ana John Bryant resigned John Harvey an extra will get one of the positions The board will consider the case of Assistant Fire Chief W E Augustus who after half a century of faithful service finds nlmself unable to longer attend to the duties The city sell citor has decided that he cannot te legally pensioned and the board does not know what to do with the pop ular assistant chief Tonight new rules will be made for tho lire departments anti a new police officer probably appointed to succeed Officer Hammond DO YOU WANT TO YAWN Feel cold shlverlngs aching In the bones lack of energy headache and great depression These symptoms may be followed by violent headache high fever extreme nervousness a condition known ai malaria Herblne cures It Take it before the disease gets a fair bold though It will work a cure In any stage J A Hopkins Manchester Kan writes I have used your great medicine Herblne for several years There Is nothing better for malaria chills and fever headache biliousness and for a bloodpurifying tonlo there is nothing as good at DuBois Kolb and Co PAPER TO BE SOLD OOL W W MARTINS CONTIN UED ILLNESS RESULTS IN ANNOUNCEMENT Colonel W W Martlnedltcr of the Tale of Two Cities of Eddyvllle has been for several weeks ana it will be several weeks longer before he is able to be out His paper Is now offer ed for sale as he is unable to look af ter It Editor Martins many friends will with him a speedy recovery IT GOES RIGHT TO THE SPOT When pain or Irritation exists on any part of the body the application of Bollards Snow Liniment will give prompt relief It goes right to theI spot said an old man who was ring it In to care his rheumatism 0 R Smith proprietor Smith House Fenaba Texas writes I have used Dillardi Snow Liniment in my fam ily for several years and have found It to ba a line romody for all aches ml pains and I recommend it for nips In the throat and chest 23o at DuBois Kolb and Co Misses Lucy andBattle Curd of Mayfield were in the city yesterday attending the Sam Jones mooting bey returned this morning L ITS THE TRUTH Tell a man its a food and he doesnt want to pay for it Tell him its a medicine and he says it doesnt look like it Then tell him its both a food nd a medicine and he think youre playing some game on himYet these arc the facts about Scotts Emulsion of pure cod liver oil It is the cream ol codliver oil the richest and most digestible of foods The food for weak stomachs The food for thin bodies and thin bloodBut thats only half the story Scotts Emulsion is also a good medicine It gives new life and vigor to the whole sys tem and especially to the lungs TjTl i roa likt COTTfcliOWNE 4w uil unit Ntw Yctk PADUCAUANS NOTICED PICTURES IN LOUISVILLE TIME EXPADUOAHAN BECOMES A PROMOTER Several Padncahani were pictured in Saturdays Louisville Times It addition to a group of local bankers who are to assist in the enertalnmen of visitors at the State Bankers asso elation this week the Times contained a splendid halftone of Miss Aline Bagby who this week leave for New York to prepare for the stage The Times said of two former Pa Louisville friend have received literature this week which shows that Clint B Leigh has found journalhtloImining promoter on booming the Tolteo Mining company ot which he is a director and offers to let his Kentucky friends in on the ground floor The most impecunious of them can take advantage of the offer for the terms are only 5 cents per share in payments of 10 per cent per month Clint li a philanthropist ai well as a money devil and promoter DIlDAYThe departure of Mr IN J Dilday to Indianapolis will be regretted In a wide circle For eight years he was an energetic and pro rrcsslvo citizen of Louisville lie was Interested In all movements forth cltyi welfare Ills friends an certain that he will make a big success in his new AeldI- Yesterday St Louis PntDispatch contained a picture of too laying of the corner tone of the Carnegie library and pictures of Messrs W F Paxton George O Thompson Congressman Charles K Wheeler and Hon Charles Reed speaker of the board of council Illiwas by a stiff correspondent MOTHERS Who would keep their children In good health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and remove them with Whites Cream Vermifuge It li the children1 best tonic It gets digestion at work so that their food ices thorn good and they grow up healthy and strong 35o at DuBois Kolb and Co ADVANCE IN COAL There will be an advance in coal in Paducah Wednesday to 12 cents for nut and 13 cent for lump by all dealers The instructions arrived laturday evening The Increase Is due to the increase in demand which has reduced the supply and li only one Dent a bushel BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXIONS Are spoiled by using any kind of preparation that fills the ports of the skin The best way to secure a lear complexion free from sallow nell pimples blotches etc Is to keep the liver in good order An ccailonal dose of Herblne will oleanso the towels regulate the liver and so istabllsh a ulear healthy complexion at Da Doll Kolb and Co ITbo Queen City marine ways at Olnl have been bought by Ctpt Ed Inward of Jeffersonvila Ind for 132000 Oapt Fred Hnrtwcg and our associates the holders of the tock dlipceo l of their holding In tho plant Mr in1 Mrs Hunter Hough return cd t3 Poplar Bluff Ma today after a Tblt to relative i fTIIB RlVRNEWS THE STAGES Cairo 19702 fall Chattanooga 2705 rise t Cincinnati 11111 rise ETinsvlllo 44CI full Florence 1208 rise John nvllle 1703 fali Louisville 1b05 rise Ml Carmel 6123 fall Nashville 3212 rise Plttsbarg 8623 rise Davis IslandDam 9140 rise St Louts 18315 fall Paducah 7003 rise Observation taken at 7 a ui River 0 0 feet on the gauge no chue lu last 24 hours Wind northwest n good breeze Weather part cloudy and warmer Rainfall In last 21 hours 005 Inches Temperature 65 Pell Observer A number of shantyboati are float lug south for the winter The DnfTey arrived at 12 oclock today from Tennessee river with a tow of ties The Maude Kilgore arrived yesterday from Tennessee river with a tow of ties and li now at Brookport un L N Hook arrived yesterday from Tennessee river with ties and will probably go out again today or li at Joppa today and will be up this afternoon or tonight to take on freight preparatory to leav Ign Tuesday night for Tennessee river Ihe French floating theater and towboat which have been on the ways for the past several days wore let down Into the river Saturday late and will leave this afternoon for tropolis resuming regular business The Florence Marmet grounded with her tow of twelve coal barges at Twin creek a few miles below Buena Vista At the last reports four barge were sunk while the others swung out Into the channel and retard ed the passage of the boats behind her The Joe Fowler arrived this morn Ing from Evansville and went Into the Cairo trade in place of the Richardson which is now back In the Evans ville trade The Richardson and Dudley will now alternate between Rvansvllle and Paducah and traveling by river will be much Improved by a boat every day The towboat L II Bnrhman Capt Scott Paris having been thoroughly overhauled and put in perfect order coaled at Louisville and leaves for Cincinnati She will leave there with five barges for the Barrett line two for the company and will get three at Cannelton She goes to Cairo ani Tennessee river A correspondent asks Where is Coney Island situated above Cincinnati There Is a few miles above Cincinnati on the Kentucky shore a summer resort called Coney Island after the famous Eastern resort of that name There Is no Island there or thereabouts and coped Just as well beI called Coney without the There is now nearly hlandI In the Ohio to make Flnlerltwoboats city Immedllately to bring down tows now making preparations to depart and will be ready by tomorrow If not sooner They will carry their tows on up The other steamers now lying np will follow In a day or two just as soon as orders are received to move Commodore F A Laid Icy gave the delegates to the meeting of the Na atonal Board of Steam Navigation held in Cincinnati a ride np and down the river on tho Indiana He also gave them late to eat and drink Among the speeches made on the trip uol W W lute said among other things I hope that we will have mote the meetings and that we may get ome more water For a generation we have been trying to get a few more rising than the one at Pair burg Now that the government is llsposed to help this part of the lonntry which pays about twothin of the Internal revenue from Its tax in celebrated whiskey and other products we should put our shoal lers to the wheel and work Inois iintly for the nine foot stage from Pittuburg to Cairo If the Ohio river ran by Chicago they would have twee yflvo feet instead ot the three feet 70 have Several other speeches were made and n vote of thanks Vas tendered Commodore Lnldlcy frr ill hospitable treatment to nestsSnbscrlbedoi The Sun Si ONE WAY SETTLERSll RATES FAR WEST mm WORTIMESTL tEVERY DAY DURING SEPT AND OCT 1902TI rrnlt- TO LOUIS GilCAGU KANSAS Gift Irowot sound iHa 3000 3300 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strictly vegetable compound 0- a Write for our free home treatment book and learn all Contagious Wood Poison If you want medical advice give us a history of your e and our physicians will furnish all the information you wish without any t charge whatever THE SWIFT SPECIFIC THE SUNS PUZZLE PICTURE IHARRY PROMISED TO MEET HERE WHERE CAN HE BE7 r LOST HIS TICKET PASSENGER AT TilE DEPOT HAS AN EXCITING TIME Depot employes have a great deal to contend with It Is not occasional ly but an every day affair Yesterday an old fellow who seemed to fool an Importance that he doubtless did nt possess entered the baggage room of a local depot and butting into crowd of persons waiting their turn to have their baggage checked vaint satisfied until the baggageman had him in terms that were unmistak able In their meaning to way back and sit downuntil it came his turn When It Rot up to him ho sold he wanted his baggage checked to Louis ville The baggaeemaiter asked to let him sop his ticket All passengers required to show tickets before their baggage can bo checked Well Ihebegan to look for the ticket and he searched first one pocket and the other Ha would slap himself over each pocket and feel carefully ev ery Inch of his clothing In the vicini ty of each ono nf the pockets but be couldnt land on the ticket Then ho began to take out cards books letters and other odds and ends from his pocket Others began to come anti stamp Impatiently as they waited for the bewildered man to find his ticket He looked and looked accused everybody ho could think of who happened not to present of stealing itnnd then started the search ail over again but nary n ticket oonlil be unearth in his pockets Finally ho look on his bat to mop hit perspiring brow and there snugly stuck in tho band so it could bo easily r found was the missing ticket Ho shamefacedly handed it over and got out ns qnlolky as he could Sam he sharply said to ono ofI the darkeys on the platform as started away do reckon that baggage of mine will get to Louis villa as soon us I doIf When did yo git It checked boss asked the darkey r Just now he replied Wal hltll gig dar hotel yol den- Y know do baggage cyah is ahead ob do odnh coaches concluded tho negro with a grin as the rate passer ger hurried away gritting his tooth andaBrother tI have filed suit against J R Smith for 485 claimed as compensation for the use of a party wall in constructing the big building ooouplod by lintel Ingomar duo at Second ant Broadway Is the name sometimes given to what known as the DAD EASE not confined to dens of the lower classes a and best are sometimes with awful malady through handling the clothing from the same contracted In no more pustular sores the In the and penetrates of about case ATLANTA ME told aro then you no BOPKINSYlUETOUBNMrNT A NUMBER OF PAUUOAHANE TO ATTEND TOMORROW A number of local shooters expect to leave this evening for Hopklnivllli to attend the Gun club tournament there In the crowd will probably tx the following lion James M Lnng and Messrs W A Davis Doe Hayes W II Kennedy Harte Bronangh Walter Wilkins Ambrose Mercer Moses and lien Stsrr Henry Arenz I D WIl cox and Mr Brady of Newborn There are Rood prizes for the varl one events and tho shoot lasts only one day The Paducah Gnn club Is thinking of having a mrniter tournament here next spring owing to tho fact that the Grand American Handicap for next year has been Iceland off The list one was held In Kansas City The plan now under consideration here Is to hold a seven day shoot which bring all the big marksmen woaldI country to Paducah No arrangements thoIbably will bo soon- MERITED PROMOTION FORMER PADOOAUAN BECOMES YARDMASTER FOR TUG I 0 AT LOUISVILLE Mr J W Hicks formerly of Pa death has just received a good pro motion at Lrmlsvlllo Ho has been itntlonjnmtcr at tho Seventh street depot for tho Illinois Central for eral years and Is now promoted to the position of yardmaster at Louisville succeeding Dan Kane He is succeeded as station master by Mr T B Watts a freight conductor of tho Illinois Central well known In Paducah Mr Hicks is a son of the late DaddT Hicks whodied here a short lime ago- ARMTURE BURNED OUT An armature at the city light plant burned out and has boen sent away to be rewound It will cut off about thirty lights throughout the city and they will bo distributed about as evenly as possible so as not to Interfere with tho light system It will prob ably be several weeks before the armature is returned and the cost of re nel8hborlhood Mr Clay Lemon returned to May- field this morning after a visit to friends and relatives V MUST OBEY Residents of the County to be Pros ecuted by County Health Board Penalty quite Severe for Refusing tto Have Children Vaccinated Local representatives of the state board of health will make it hot for those In the county who have refused to have children vaccinated An order was Issued some time ago about the time that there was smallpox In car tain sections of the county to have all children vaccinated in compliant with the rules or laws formulated by the board of health as authorized by statuteA of people with an erroneous Idea of the power of health boards have imagined that they know more about the law than the officials and have refused to have their children vaccinated and the result is a number of the schools have had to close Tho statute requiring children to be vaccinated flies no penalty tearing the state board to do It and this had led some to think they cannot be flood Mr Theodore Lnttrrll of the county in order to test the law fused aud been warranted His case comes up tomorrow beforo County Jndgo Llghtfoot The question seems to be purely one of law and the law under which ho was warranted Is ai follows Section 2055 of the Kentucky slat ntes relative to the county health boards says It shall be the duty of the state board to appoint throe or more intlligent citizens residing In each county of this state who shall constitute a local board Such boards are empowered and it shall be their duty to Inaugurate and execute and to require the heads of families and other persons to execute such sanitary regulations as the local board may sider expedient to prevent the outbreak and spread of cholera smallpox yel low fever scarlet fever diphtheria and other epidemic diseases and to this end may bring the Infected population under a prompt and proper treatment during premonitory or oth er stages of the disease end said boards are authorized and shall have RnlltgUla1tlonl any persons who shall fall or refuse after written notice from the local board or state board to observe or obey the written request shall bo fined not less then ten nor more than one hundred dollars for each day he so falls or neRleetlIThe county board of health is posed of Drs Fraud Boyd J Q Tay lor and II T Rivers I 0 0 F GRAND LODGE REPRESENTATIVES LEAVE TillS EVENING FUR THE SESSION The grand lodgo of Kentucky Odd Fellows begins tomorrow morning at Hopklnsville and Padncahs delega tion leaves this evening at 5 oclock to attend The session lasts several local representatives are In glesldo lodge Fred Hellbron A 0 Meyers John L Powell U S Wal ston Peter J Beckonbangh B A Robertson and A F Bryant while those appointed byMangnm lodge sev eral weeks since aro Charles Smith Charles Earhart Dan Oalvln II II Evans William Morgan Charles Hor ton and G Z Umbangh ELKS NEW HOME FRANKFORT LODGE WILL DED ICATE IT WEDNESDAY Frankfort Ky Oct 51Tho new home of Frankfort lodge 630 P 0 Elks has been completed and the lodge will on Wednesday evening Oc tober 18 next dedicate It with appro priate ceremonies Grand Esteemed Loyal Knight W B Brock of Lexing ton will preside at tho ceremonies and former Governor W O Bradley of Louisville will bo the orator of tho occasion Invitation has been ex tended to all Elks judges In tho state to be represented at the affair end large delegations from Lonlsvllle and Lexington aro expected Tho home Will erected at a cost of 18000 CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears Blgaatwo ofleWW VERY SUCCESSFUL Over 250 girls In the Biscuit Mak ing Contest The RuodesBnrford BitnblUhmerj Was a Busy Place The biscuit making contest at the RhodesBnrford establishment on North Fourth street Saturday closed at m anti daring the day at tracted a Urge crowd There were 251 little misses entered the contest for the five small Dock ranges offered and quite a quantity of biscuits was made The children were all between the ages of 6 and 14 and did well The five winners were Flnt class Myrtle Morgan 416 Ohio street second class Katie Stonholner 126 South Second street third class Eva Bauer 031 North Seventh street Fourth class Frances Lynn 210 Broadway fifth class Vera John son 710 Clark street During the contest 200 pounds of flour was used twenty pounds of lard four pounds of baking powder two pounds of soda one pound of salt and twelve gallons of buttermilk A total of about 2500 biscuits were made Messrs J E Dye ant Louis Ba ron of the Dock Stove Range comps nv conducted the contest which bo gan Friday afternoon and ended Sat urday night A picture was taken bj Riley and Oook of the olsss contain Ing over 300 artistically bunched and cuts of the photograph will bo made and sent all over the country The contests held In Paducah are ways the largest In the country and a source of much satisfaction to both the KbodesBnrford company and the Stove company The five stores given away lire val oed at 112 each and the contest Is cided by three Indies hiving no children in it who examine the pans of biscuits end select the best each pan being numbered so the name of the maker It unknown The stoves are all small but an cxciUitt for cooking Mr E W Bookman furnished the flour used Last year there were 25i children in the contest here and over 90000 copies of the pictures of the class were distributed over the United Htatn WEALTH OF HOLLANDS QUEEN Youthful Ruler Among the Richest ol Royal Personages The Q cn of Rolland Is amongst tha richest of royal personages Part or Lee enormous fortune belongs Me crown while the rest Is her prl vale prop ltI The royal estates In Holland and ho East which Include the Dutch Mast Indies aro also of great value On her marriage with Prince Henry the young queen set aside twenty millions of marks the arrangement being that the interest which Is nearly J 30000 a year will be at his own disposal while the capital Is ultimately to pass to the younger children of the marriage It lIenlIIing by will of give millions of marks while the remainder will eventually revert to the queens estate Strange Place for Wedding How many people know that Lord Hosebery was married to the wealthiest heiress In the British Kingdom In a London workhouse The registrars office where the ceremony was performed was In St Georges Hanover iquare workhouse In Mount street the registrars once and workhouse being then unuer ono roof and though the usual rites of the church were subsequently observed In Christ church Down street the fact remains that the late premier was married within workhouse walls Few men Indeed have ever wed two and a halt millions- In such a place QUESTION Ever notice that the more comfortable a shoe tho better it Is apt to wear The strain Is properly dlsl trlbatedIThats ono reason Florsheim shoes vear They fit tho foot wear where they are meant to wear and wear well Price t3 Our 380 Is The Shoe if you aro looking for a popular price shoe They cost us more than the advertised 380 shoes yet go at our popular price just the same 1380 LOOK FOR OUR PrIZE AD Lendler Lyon The people wlwrave you money on cverjlparchaie u= = Rudy Phillips rip Co Is there a woman who wont be interested in this We have a store full of New Dress Goods that are right uptodate and are markedat the lowest possible prices II Venitian Cloths II Cheviots Broadcloths Zephelines m now a jt 38 inches all wool I50 cents yard IfinbhI I IInI Camels Hair Clothsa- ble 150 yardat I Good Waist in colors for 50c a yard II I IHyI Shirtwaist Fabrics Corduroys Special Iaa I We We lijLadieslij for less money than it will cost to have them made Their style speaks out as soon as you see them Our 1450 Special is a Genuine Bargain Fine Pattern Hats Miss Cobb an artistic display of Hats awaiting your inspection New Tapestry Sofa Pillow Covers with Cords and Tassels to match Newest idea in Fancy WorK the Mont Melic Embroidery We can sup ply all the materials now TRY TheResi a Shoe Rebounding cushion centresole Ventilates the shoe at every steps Prevents jar to nerves and spine Distributes pressure over foot sole Spreads wear evenly over shoe sole Dry springy footconforming I The Sole cf- COI1Jort i FOR WOMEN FOR MEN OOr wide a IInches yardFineyardBeautiful InneybUltons has IIIIRudy Phillips J Company I Ii The Paducah Sun IAFTERNOmWEEKLV BY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO INCORPORATED nuinc Fisni President and Editor JDWU J General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES entered at the jxMtonce uradinb Ky as second class mstttr THE DAILY Br carrier per week I Bf mill per month In advancsw Ef advanceper yew TUB WEEKLY SUN t Oae year by null postage poldIIXIAd- dreu TilE SUN Paducah Urncc south Third TKupnon No W Chicago It Osborne la charge looi Tribune Buildi- ngZ000000000 0400000NOON e iiThe SUN can be found for ii- ii sale at the following placesii JJRDClemen11 NON fc Co ONOO MONDAY OCT 18 1902 REPUBLICAN TICKET 1 v s P HDARBYof Caldwell 1BON ol Appeafsi afywa I IBOB if LIAR tffigfty S Lyon J j FOR A ERm1ENat l E E BEL jWILLIAM RAUff e IL OlJpIBLUtf i iJR SMITH IiV HENRYJKAMLEITER FRANK KIRCHOFF J VICTOR VORIS J S TROUTMAIN FOR TREASURER OSCAR HANKi FOR CITY JAILER JAME03ADOLPH DAILY THOUGHT Knowledge comes sometimes by wandering wisdom ripens in quiet ness and repose The Outlook Fair tai THE WEATHER e t slTtest f fdR OUR ICE HARBOR INTACT Our afternoon contemporary has flung a few more fits rLidao ger tolPaducahs Ice harbor which leaves the impression abroad that Pa dumb is reAUjrlErealened with some thing perilous In connection with her celebrated harbor The Sun has be fore stated that there was nothing In these wild and wooly Vapbrlngs and It now says it by anthoritytha author sty of capable men who hays fully vestigated the scarecrow of our contemporary and assured the Commer cial club and others Interested that there is absolutely nothing in the fears expressed This Is the reason the Commercial club has done nothing and has as a consequence evoked the appellation of sleepy lead from our esteemed contemporary This Is the reason Congressman Wheeler has done nothing sine hefcm hcma and learned the truthtt govcrnrront on gineer to come down here and inspect this harbor and report on the matter agitated by the above paper would laugh at tbe stupidity of people fool tab enough to place any credence whatever in such a report Rlvermen here are already laughing at It The Commercial club has been given ev ery assurance that there li no ground for fear and for this reason has ig nored the bugbear and will doubtless continue to Ignore It Ai a matter of fact the first of the affair was Then some one wrote an article against spate from the magi nation painting the desolation cud ruin likely to result to Padncahs ice f harbor if something wasnt done to cltyfrQmtwashing away and teas b ol kept np ever since to lend color to the atoll ry The constant action of water against the sborea of jtbe Islands is certain to sooner or later wear away to some extent probably themI will be many years nntll thero is perceptible change The suppled heavyEbeing f driven to this side against boats In tie harbor which would not ba possible if over half of tbe big island were i wished away and would not affect Pailncabs foe harbor proper at alL When ice flows the river is usually hlfcb and the current would carry it past Paducah before a singlel cake would have time to drift across Ice flows in only In the Ohio and never comes on this side of the river Padncahs Ice harbor Is far above here and out of the reach of the Ohio river yet it Is made to appear that the Ice harbor Is in danger As to the effect ot this silly and Idle talk river editors ot other papers write about Padncahs danger and because they have been misled unintentionally do the city irreparable damage Steamboatmen at a distance who do sire to bring their boats hero for the winter may be led to abandon the idea by the erroneous impressions given out Every year there is over half a million dollars worth of floating stock brought here for the winter and thousands of dollars are spout for pairs and stores Paducah wants this to continue and to secure more of it wliichAvlll be impossible if such stupid stories as that about the harbor be jng threatened are not stopped Mr Richard Olney has emerged from his hibernation llong enough to criticize the Republican party and at tempt to attach the blame for the coal strike to it He claims that the Re publicans both officially and individually regard themselves as above the law which is untrue especially in the case of the coal strike which he cites In substantiation of his charge Tbe Republican party and its officials have been the only ones to make an effort to settle the strike They are within tbe pale of the law as are the opal mine operators The ones who are disobeying the law are the men who will neither work in the mines themselves nor allow anyone else to do It and who have necessitated the entire militia of Pennsylvania being called out to protect private property and the lives of men who ask only that they be allowed to work for a liv ing in a manner that Is satisfactory to themselves These are the men who are not observing the law and who are appealing to the American people to contribute by money or sym patty to the encouragement of their acts which means a prolongation of the strike There would be coal min ed If men who have refused to work would allow others to work The Re publican party and its officials and members have exerted every effort to settle the strike The courts have put a quietus on the small fry stockholders in big corporations Some of those who owned stock In the steel trust didnt like it because J Pierpont Morgan was paid ten million dollars for his work in organizing the gigantic corpora tion The court decides that individual stockholders cannot in judicial proceedings question the corporate acts of the directors That the direc tors care elected for the purpose of managing the affairs of a corporation and their way of doing It if laWful hot agalnit good morels and In good faith cannot be questioned by tho little fellows Their acts are final and If they had deemed it advisable to pay J P Morgan a hundred million in stead of ten their economy could not have been questioned The coal strike is still on and it Is claimed if it were settled today the coal famine cannot be relieved this winter as weeks will be required to pump out the mines accumulate a supply and get it out for the coo gamer The WaldorfAstoria hotel Is paying 2000 a day for the coal It nies and has a hard time getting It at any price Much coal is being Im ported from Europe Instead of trying to stop the coil strike a lot of people want to wane htlate the mine owners because they didnt give in to the strikers They should remember that neither did the strikers give In to the mine owners An Evansville traveling man claims he can drink forty or fifty glasses of liquor and itlll be sober Probably most all other traveling men can too Similarity of Great Mindsi As a rule one can depend on nature making models which are hard to Imitate especially when It Is living animals that are to be considered yet Vaucanson constructed a duck that could walk eat and drink and was all but Nature itself He was Invited to make a snake that would prove effect In the death scene of Cleopatra produced It was a marvel of In 1lye and seemed to be endowed life When the famous actress who was Impersonating the Egyptian princess was about to raise the snake to her bosom It ran out Its forked tongue and blued In the midst Ibo dyad silence of expectancy Qftt Fell on the house a man In the Ira stalls remarked In very audible 1thot GREAT CROWD OUT Continued from First page row and trouble and every one trace ble to the liquor traffic The lInt cloud mentioned was that of anarchy In the lit twelve Tears he said heads of five governments have been truck down by anarchists among them being our beloved Mr McKin ley whoso assassin imirediatly before the mnrdertook refuge with a saloon keeper The anarchist and the saloonkeeper are Inseparable Abolish the saloon and the anarchist will of cessity go He called attention the fact that while many people were prohibition at heart they never voted that way for fear of losing political Influence The ballot mottles every question but the aloon question Shut up licensed lalooni and they run blind tigers Prohibition does not prohibit Why Because the au thorities of the town belong to the ia loon keepers ni the negroes tied the whites this from Sam Japes The mob ipirltthe election fronds and the divorce courts were clouds men Cloned In turn and each dealt with In a forcible manner The appreciation of the vast congre gation was demonstrated when at the close of the service he asked every one who wished to see the liquor traffic abolished for God and home and native land to wave their handkerchief Every handkerchief In the audience fluttered In the air and a mighty cheer went up that came rtralght from the hearts of the people SUNDAY EVENING At 730 Mr Stewart again preach ed to a vast crowd of women at the Broadway Methodist church and told them many truths from Prov 110 Who can find a virtuous woman for her price Is far above rubles His talk was plain and to the point and as usual greatly enjoyed by his hearers REV JONES SUNDAY NIGHT There were fully 6000 men In the building when Mr Jones stepped on the platform and they paid him earnest attention After the song service Mr Beagle sang Ninety and Nine and the song seemed to go to the eafUr jJl his hearers In beginning his address Mr Jones said men say he is a fraud and Is only out for the money To these people he would say he can contract with the Southern Lyceum bureau for 1150 a night any time he cares to If he could do that why would he spend his time here if he was out for the mon ey 131Qhaplerlife Sin he said doeinr go about seeking whom It may devour I judge no man but arraign him before his conscience When a mao preaches to me I ash him Do you know what you are talking about Do you live what you preach l The man who lives In a glass home cant throw as many rocks at Sam Jones Do you mean kindly toward me in what you say I mean kindly toward everyone but If you dont think you can stand what I Say Bud you had better gather your car cats and go Im goln to rub It In thick You neednt whine its com Ing 10 you better go home if your skin s tender He then spoke of the sin of swear imp You black mouth dirty suiting rarcals ought to be run out of town A man who will cuss will steal If you break one of Gods commandments youll break all A cnuer knows whom to cuts lie knows if he cusses some fellows theyll Viva him a jolt thatll keep a dentist busy for a month A cuner Is only fit to be butted by a billygoat and Id hate to be the goat Paducah hat more pro fanity to the square yard than any town on earth What do you cuss flrl Want to know how it sounds Just get your wife to whack off a few Go home some diy and find dinner late and say to your wife what ell matter dinner and let her say he damned cooks gone and the fire wont burn 70UIQuit cussing There aint no money In It Another sin it the Sabbath desecration Two thirds of the Paducah people keep the Sabbath No more than the blllygoats la Arizona Why things are running wide open here on Sunday Havent you a sheriff at all How loiig youve been one All the official of thli wllhQutI ought to be spanked til 11IScore of theme officials jreiaylng Sam Jones dont qlh talking like mouthllydheneclde ItI that youd better order funeral arrange meats for your whole family I hav ent a disposition to get my mouth smashed in this town Catch on Most of you never spent a decent Sabbath In your life Just gather en corners and tell smutty jokes Why If an old buzzard should pass over you dirty scoundrels hed turn his course and say the crowd was too stinting for him IIo then touched on the practice tho county and city officials have of making the saloon men and prostitutes of the town py tribute every three months Its blackmail a natty In fernal business he said If your city needs mcney have your policemen stand on the corners nUll knock the people down sad take it away treat thtm but rtont keep np this tlnmim blo practice Dont your papers pub fish It Yes you say Thtn the community knows it and ought to calla halt Your mayor Allows this and he an elder in the church Dpot let him lick me for talking this way about him boys And your aldermen OOtt pity their potgnttoa fouls They couldnt be elected dog catchers now He then took np gambling tail adul tery in the forceful way ho handles everything I dont talk decent you say Well decent talk would be out place here If you dont like the talk just lump It Hear DUll He then spoke of drunkenness and drinking and gave his audience food for thought for many days The story of his own life camo in aptly and he used It effectively After the sermon the scene described above took place and his audience seemed toth to leave Many called to shako hit hand again and offer congratulations on his mon and pledged themselves again to better lives The sheriff and one of the aldermen were among his call ers as also was a saloon keeper who vowed the city couldnt give him a MORNINGS SERMON Sam Jones preached at the morning services today and had a good crowd He took for his text the 18th and nod verse of the FiftyUfth Psalm Cast thy burdens on the Lord and lie shall sustain thee for He shall never suffer thorlRhleoni to be moved and hath delivered my soul In peace from the battle that was against me for there were many with me There are two kinds of trouble he said real trouble and Imaginary trouble The Imaginary troubles out number the real troubles two to one The woman Is a goose to trump up an Imaglnay trouble There are lots of geese in this world If they all had feathers we would have enough to throw at the birds Yes and thero are a lot of old ganders too Some people have the knack of run ning a trouble machine They work both hands and feet and the month all at the same time Dont take your Imaginary troubles to God He wont put out a house that aint on Ore He dont Viol with fools there are too many sensible people In the world One thing that Is good for homemade trouble li common sense Your preach ore too are always borrowing trou ble Say Im not as popular as I ought to be God didnt tend him here to seek popularity The preach er that hunts popularity li like the drunkard that hunts another dram The world Is coming to an end someone says Id like to know bow the world can com to an end when Its roundSome of your society women dont want any children Well the woman that dont want any aint fit to have em She has no heart and I would as soon shake the tail of a dead flab as to snake her hand Some of yon folks say Mr Jones you touch on things you ought to leave alone Yes tis true I talk on vulgar things and cant get but 10000 people to come to hoar me Your nice preachers cant 800I gets you down more than work Quit worrying If you ran help a thing go along lamp In and se if you cant just crack your heels and let her go just the same Thats what I do But I haveoommon some Chats why Im different from other you know the secret of a happy married lIfel I asked an old man who was celebattng his golden wedding that question one day and he said m7IoIlier breohes and I said to rny fftoNow von oet up and take choice Well she took the dress and left me the breeches and 1vo been wearing them ever since Out thy burdens en God had He will sustain thee Bring all your ironbljs s and lay them atHti feltand llq fllU help yoacarry t iem Ho said the best antidote for iron ble Is work Hed tried It for thlr tynve years and found It to- Ile closed his sermon with the proposition that all who could say ther Jones Im pulling straight i pray for me to come and shake his hands and a large number came forward A FEW SIDE LIGHTS A great many people may wonder where all the congregation of men at the Sam Jones meeting last evening rain from but no one knows They were there and there wero more of them than there U male population in the city of Paducah Hundreds them doubtless came In on the tram and boats and many from the country In wagons The corners are tilled with strangers all day except during the servlcciwblch indicates that there are many strangers hero Some them havent been to town In years according to the boarding house keep en missing circuses Buffalo Bill and the carnivalseven Jack Whltestilcs sometimes called Three flngered Jack Is one of Sam Jones converts For nearly a year Whltcsidei has tried to get a saloon cense and the last time was a week ago when the council granted t It but tbe board of aldermen shied at it Tko police department fought the granting of a license to him because they thought he would not run an orderly place Whitestdes now declares that he would not have a saloon license If one were presented to him and is out of the whiskey business for good lie went up and told ReT Jones as much yesterday It is amusing to think pot the outlets ity that the average person poistssss Last night after the San Jones srvM the only question beard on the streets was Whaj gIceman has on badge lU About half a hundred went around to Dr John Bonds drug store and asked him They came In droves in pairs and alone aud Dr Bondswbo li one of the police commissioners Bally had to make himself scarce It was almost as bad at the oily ball and every policeman who bobbed up his head was either stopped or coely scrutinized to Kara the number of his badge Former Mayor James M Lang who thought he had left trouble behind when he went out of office has learned that there are a whole lot rt people In Paducah who doat know day who Is mayor He Will very much chagrined to learn at the revival last night that a lot of fellows think ha is still mayor and those within reach would dig him In the ribs when Sam Jones would hit the officials unusual ly bard and tell him they wouldnt stand It If they were mayor He laughingly says he wishes they all knew that he U out of office sad what was said didnt apply to him People with young nns ought to leave them at home Tbe little ones oint unclcritsnd anything thats leiI and neither can anyone around them Tory often The streets oars are doing a big iness but hundreds and hundreds of people rtont have time to wait for a car They start about supper time order to get a place Inj At the Court of Japan There Is no barbaric splendor about emjperormage He Is just a plain Individual Ills guests he receives standing and he enters freely Into conversation with all There Is scarcely a subject that does not interest him or one on which he Is not well Informed A delightful host It Is his custom to surround himself with clever menmen who the shining lights of their profeur arej Engineers artists musicians daJAQfrer1son he Is thoroughly Impartial Count Tolstoi Wife The Countess Tolstoi In her way Is almost as wonderful as her famous husband pier Individuality and her theories are as marked and distinct as- are his Nor does she always agree with him In his views In fact she most strenuously opposed bit tirade against the copyright system Neither is the a blind admirer of the style and stories but often eQuntI somewhat warmly attacks both result being a rather heated thoI The countess Is a woman of training and ripe education Strong InIher character and treat In tier she Is the type of woman who would husIbandafurther theboththeir lives DlleIGood for Insect Common yellow soap moistened slightly and spread over a fresh quito bite will It Is said quickly to Hove tile stinging pain The same illcatlon Is hold for IIIea of other lnsectikIle a CZARS TWO LUCKY RIN03 t Russian Rulers Superstitious Regard for a Talisman Many royalties possess rings which they seem to regard with an almost superstitious reverence Two such does tho czar of Russia own One contains 41 a small piece of the Cross and has the of shieldpower so tradition assorts log Its wearer from all physical harm Without It Russias ruler will rover set foot outside of the palace bearing perchance In memory the fate of Alex ander II who on tike day of his news sination bad left this talisman behind other ring which Is of gothic design was given to the Princess Charlotte of Prussia daughter of Fred erick William III by her governess Many years later the future Czar Nicholas great grandfather of the present ruler chanced to meet at dinner the young princess fell forthwith In love with her and asked her for the ring as a memento of their first meeting She consented and until the day of his death Nicholas wore the gift first on his finger and then when It be t came too small suspended round his necksVagaries of the Welltodo The story Is told of a financier of hlch standing In Boston who frequentl- yly spends several hours at a time cussing personal or social matters In the midst of business turmoil notwith standing tbo fact that there may be from halt a dozen to a score ot pee ple waiting to see him Several prom inent business men take a few min utes of the different parts of a busy day to sloop and one very wealthys and very much occupied man In Chi cago makes It a habit to sleep between I and each afternoon New York rest Mean Old Thing Anyhow The Kev E J Hardy the Irish array chaplain who became famous happy1Thoughatilt ale despite the report that he bad been reordered In China He did have a taVrdw escape though thej steamer on which be waa traveling having been fired upon and two men standing beside him wounded The Waste government blandly ex plained that the vessel bad got In tween Chinese soldiers and pirates who were having a battle Trish and Anoei from Paper Man will be paper clad la the fo tort Paper teeth would appear quite Impr lcbeltl actual use has prpved them equal to those made of porcelain Another Interesting use modern Ingenuity has found for papsIs to manufacture footgear from It So skillfully can It be prepared that IdcnllcallWlth thin that It apparently reduces the wearrrVifntt a couple of sizes or morei Good Cause for Thrilling- A Visitor to Sbaknpeare1 birthplace StratfordonAvon whose heart was In better condition than her head walked about the town quite thrilled with Capture and awe When the reached the railwaysta tion whets her train had not yet ar rived her enthusiasm was not abated and she looked about her with brimming eyes Ah she said think this place affects me more than all Here he must have come to take the train go up to London A Geographical Note Jackson Is a village ot Injabl facts situated near the court house- In eastern Kentucky It has a slims hating climate tending to trrltpMllty Its principal Industry Is cored ri In quests I m Ioylbg a large number of bands The remainder of the popu lation In Jackson Is busily happy In the Industry of shooting Jim C krlll The output during the last six months- had been thirtysix murders The ell mate Is healthy save for an news of powder smoke In the atmosphere Nsw York Nickname If has repeatedly occurred that naUG applied In derision to persons has eventually been adopted and con Idtred with pride Gotham Nw YQrka alias was originally given In derision because doubtless of some foolish whims of New Yorkers The lamo waa taken from the Merry Tales of the Madmen ot Gotham satirical stories written by Adam Horde a Carthaginian monk who died In the tower of London The name has ben accepted by Now Yorkers Xi Expensive Book Probably tbe most expensive book known that which the Ameer of Afghanistan has presented to the Shah of Persia It Is a manuscript copy of the Koran the binding of which Is worth 1150000 This bind lug ipof solid gold two and three uartes Inches thick the carvings which are the work ot an Afghan goldsmith are encrusted with precious stonesIOtparls 122 ruble and 10 diamonds ht the purser water Work for Spinsters Census returns In England show bat one In every six women and in what are called the upper classes on half are destined to spin oodterhand ono writer noting this fact lot mates that the lot of all women maytbe Immensely Improved by thla com pact band cf single women It would be difficult to overrate the Industrial effect of a numbcr of welllnetructod icalthymlBdedV vfzogu permanent Masters j r ttLOOAL LINES Cost you 8 cents per line I 1230tSouth Tfcltd Street Mill orders For Dr Pendley ring 416 Piano boxes for sale S20 Broadway and Mrs Claude Baker cf 11Mr street are parents of a fine girl baby born toll morning First class pianos at second class prices Broadway Benches have been put In the po lice court room Inside the railing fcr the accommodation of the spoliators lllg lop organs ten dollars and np nt Italdwmi 820 Broadway August Worth and others deed to Victoria Wolti for property in the county near the Mayfield creek a Now pianos our own makes on easy payments StO Broadway The case of A Itotengtrten against J Oarmel Ion trial this afternoon before Judge Llghtfoot The case li a suit over the possession of a piano Upright pianos one hundred lars at Baldwlni B20 Broadway Mr Jake Seamon of tbo brick layen union has issued a call for a special meeting tonight at the ball e over the Orlfflth and Garriion saloon to transact business of special import ance The meeting li called for 080 write right get a ay8ho type writer The latest Improved machines at R D Clement and 00 Laura Smith 1WUM rested this afternoon by officer Upnr leas and Potter on the charge of stealing 19 from Annie Cox keeper of a Court itreet resort Pitch the 20 year old ion of John Leech colored of 41S South eleventh itreet died Saturday tale of consumption and will this afternoon be buried at Oak Grove 0 W Drlskll ef the city isgtl 11 and LIllie M Fondaw of the I11 age Slwert Saturday lioeasedio wed f It will make the first marriage of bothThe local football team ti prepar log to playa big game wlfh tialroon Thankigvlng daytiPaIncaltt nTho Cairo team it known ai tho Bonnie Bogie club and they will be RWiu- a lively time here The series of games with Hopklnivllla has been called INTEREST IN PROPERTY SOLD Sheriff Potter this morning sold oneilxtn Interest In the property to satisfy a judgment In tho rate T Hobwab assignee against Samuel Myles The Judgment for f 143 was filed many yearn ago but the execu tion brought nothing The defendant ftubseqnently came Into the property and tho execution was then made and the property sold Louis Holt was the purchaser at 15888 STRIKE MAY BE SETTLED New York Oct ISA noon today I a conference of representatives of tho f ooal road was assembled In the Office of Chairman Thomas of the Fate President Trncidala of the Delaware and Lackawanna when he arrived I taldt A conference li to be held and It will be an Important one Umay be productive of Immediate results la tly situation COAL FLEETS READY Pittsbnrg Pa Oct II Eight and a half feet of water li expected here by tomorrow and 3000000 bushels of coal will no doubt bo shipped South Some river men expect ten feet in which event 6000000 bushels will bo released I ATTENTION REPUBLICANS The Republican oily committee and y all the Republican nominees for city cancel are requested to meet at The gun offloo this evening at 730 oclock business of importance F M FISHER Chairman Messr W R Crier and 0 r Barlow of Barlow City Ballard coon sy were In the city today NOW READY Oysters rcT STUTZSSer- vedPr In any style Call niter the theater aA Prompt Attention t AR HAWKINS About0 0PeopleI I J S Davis and wife and J S Quiver of Lovelaoevillo were in the city yesterday Miss Mary Quigley of Clinton Will In the city yesterday Miss Emma Reed and Mrs O II Warneken left today for Chicago en n Grace Reeves has returned frnm n visit ot Kashvllle- Mcssr J F Christian and L B Moore representing big New York medicine firms aro at the Palmer Mr J II Bnokbolder of Ballard county li in the city on business Mr B E Smith of Knttawa is at the Palmer Attorney Frank Lucas returned from Wlngo today after a visit to nl ativci Mr Charles Young of Boaz Sta tion returned to that place this morn Ing after a business trip to the city Miss Maude Tree of Mavfleld wits In the city yesterday Mill May Roberts of Mayfield is In the city visiting relatives Mr Isaac Reese of Memphis iis at the Palmer Meur II a Coif and W Mo Oallomr the latter marshal of KnttA war are at the Palmer IMr Will Rltko went to Chicago to day SJf T J Atkini wehUo Hopkins villa today at noon to attend the L O O V meeting i e =Mi ti B Davis wont I to Hopkins r1otoday at noon J Deputy U S Marshal Ito Soon derv returned from Majfield at noon W Y Eaker of Fulton lID tbcity today on business William Hughe went to Ash i teN 0 today at nonn- UitsrtV wb Farnsley and BUodge went to Ooleonda this mornlnng Mr 0 O Dnlgnid hu returned from Murray Mrs Battle Farrow returned to Princeton today at noon after a visit to her son Officer B F Farrow who baa been ill here for the past several weeks IIrAssassination In Italy It appears from an official statistical publication that In 1889 3566 persons were murdered in Italy which means 1349 per 100000 Inhabitants Deputy Furtunato commenting on this fact In the chamber ot deputies remarked that every year some 4000 persons fall victims to the stiletto and revolver as many as were killed at the battle of Adowab About 90000 were wounded by assassins This statement how ever is somewhat exaggerated because np distinction Is made between mur der and manslaughter Still Italy en Joys an unenviable preeminence tlte criminal destruction of life FOULED IIUI BUT IN TUB PLEASANT WAYS OF PEACE Good thing some men are married Their wives keep a Sensible watch over them and havo away to help overcome their trouble Mr E Lewis pf Shantko Oro was located for several years at various points in South America and till into the native custom of frequently drink ing coffee He says I took tons lug it the same as those nervous citable people in South and Central America They make very black coffee and it becomes more or less an Intoxicating beverage At the end of about four months I began having severe sick headaches and nervousness but supposed It was from the tropical inn At last my wife became alarmed at my headaches and stomach trouble She tried to Induce me to quit drinking coffee laying my trouble totbat but I continued to use it u lip read of Postam Food Coffer and ordered some from the States but kept it S secret front mo The very first time she made it when I came for my coffee and roll 1 noticed that peculiar pleasant flavor of POI turn and asked her what it was She said It was a new brand of Defied and asked me how I liked it I tried two caps of It with rich LechedeUhena which Is used by everyone as milk in Panama and thought it excellent After a couple of dare my headaches stopped and In a short while my nervousness disappeared as If by maglo I have been using nothing but Posture for the past year and havo been completely cured and my wife has also been cured of constipa Lion by changing to Postum and shall never go back to coffee again weI STOLE IRONCLAD DY PIECEMEAL- At Least Nothing Wa Left that Could De Carried Away Tbo most audacious pelcemeal robbery on record was that effected by somo Peruvian irregulars during the war with Chile In the summer of 1813I For tear of the Hauscar which was cruising along the Chilean seaboard and which for power and weight ot metal was Infinitely superior to any thing the latter nation had then afloat tho Chilean manofwar laroJa was temporarily hidden away In a creek some fifty miles south of Valparaiso and as fighting men were urgently needed elsewhere her crew were taxes off and she was left In charge of a corporals guard of marines These were overpowered ono dark night and tho hallos tumbled over board after which tho adventurers proceeded to carry away the whole of the Internal fittings of the ship AndI this apparently Impossible task actually accomplished theyI The Parejae guns her stores ammunition 100 stands of small arms even her machinery and boilers were lowered Into a number of fruit boats which had been chartered for the purpose and safely carried north ward Into Peruvian waters where they were afterwards used to outfit another vessel And whets some months later tho Hauscar having been sunk by the Chilean fleet the lawful owners of the IareJa came to look for her and bring her out to sea again they found only the empty shell of a ship silent and deserted and without as much porta ble property aboard nl would have sufficed to fill a decentsited portman teau Stray Stories DIDNT HANDLE THAT KIND Milwaukee Mm Asks for Marriage cinn In I Drug Store An Individual who from his Clothes and tne dinner pall whlcb he carried appeared to be a laboring man re Gently walked Into a drug store on Eleventh avenue and requested to be given a marriage license Youll have b go to the city hall to get that said the druggist I dont see why Isnt my money good here Im In a hurry too We dont handle that kind of li cense answered the drug store man Well I was told could get one here sure and that dn Justice wont marry me without a license hlwalkedmake a stone man smile and If you do laugh they get mad he concluded Milwaukee SeDllneLI The One Hitch James Russell lowell was wont to tell how he met an acquaintance of dubious standing whose cheerful face and happy demeanor led his to akIthe cause of such exhubcrant Why said the genial stellar Ive discovered a way to make my for tune We all know that the reason for tho fine flavor of the wild duck Is the wild celery on which It feeds Now purpose to feed It to the domes tic duck and supply the market Some weeks later on meeting his acquaintance Mr Lowell found him quite depressed and inconsolable Why aro you looking so unhappy I thought the last time I saw you that you were on the point of making your fortune with ducks Wouldnt It workT No was the reply the ddtb- lngs wont eat IL Atlantic Month ly Phrasehnse A Doubtful Rev Dr D Parker Morgan who re- Cently celebrated the twentieth anni versary of his rectorship of the Church of the Heavenly Rest New York city usually prefaces his chance notices and announcements by reference to the Almighty such II Please Ood Ood willing It It be the will ot the Lord A few winters ago Rev Dr Van De Water delivered a course of tures In the church On the Sunday previous to the final lecture of the ries Dr Morgan stated that Please God Dr Van De Water will give his last lecture In this church next Friday evening he curates and some of the parishioners smiled at this peculiar phraseology nvonqndaa piay8uJdg uaop vs ojaqMomo speq o3 01 sq Xldmis even pnoji jtluSp qans gfpM noipid moo otn pusle hues Juuauaa uop uiIIHP jo sans oq1 pus yens Jam mm s januoq Solids s jo nopsanb any oasjin all no Supsiio Jlliaq even nq elsuis s lnogllet uldl elect q1uo nv oq Jtna pjnoo ojaqj oil 11 uodn etnva cost sill ejojaq ghee us Suit ajaqi IV lint vqi eel 01 4aArpunn ensues palm aqx uoiuamp ojdocs ojaruz oj rUiils 01 Spool nouam saoo jo Jnnoms us etas i os tin eiV q31qM siatsanb pus uorygms ill nib cowl uswnq Llgem eql uo3 Items olla lulq111UO Ills leallogvlp jsqj of ISIUD qvia eqV jo SunJo oqj jo oauaeajd oqj aAiisajdmi tv3i sl anbUu K lqi es 2nuadd q guns jo pOJlo 33ooq3Xtd eqy eW a Uf Clerical Sarcasm The following church notice was re ODIsupposition It ten minutes is a mistake Young men are pot ex cluded from the weeknight service The seats In the front portion of the church have been carefully examined boIlegitimate to join In the singing The object ot the choir is fo encourage not discourage the clgresatldnI Pearsons Weekly u n A CHANGE IN BUSINESS W J White is Now Associated With the W K Poage Clothing Co I desire to call the attenton of my friends and the public to the fact that I am now connected with W K POAOB the high Class Clothier Hitter and Mem and Boys Furnish or 217 Broadway- In calling your attention to ay ojnnectlon with this firm I do 10 with implicit confidence in the class of merchandise ho carries the quality workmanship and especially the Lbw Prices I feel absolutely confident that I am now able to please both the taste and pocketbook of all who will ihow me nmTIID iI tt i AhlJOUD11or CAO OrJ O GrJ O The price for advertisements In this column li a line Cash mutt company tho order for all ads There will be no variance from this rule for ynyoneWANTEDContractor end builder at once Mrs James Mattlion 624 husbands FOR RENTTailor ihop under New Richmond hotel also room oon talnlng vault and handsome fixtures J A RudytfLOSTPair of opera glasses were lost the night The Wrong Mr Wright was played at The Kentucky theater A liberal reward will be paid It left at this office HOW CONVICTS PASS THE TIME Some Very Artistic Work Done In Prltqn of America it is atoadb Interesting and pathei lo says the Philadelphia Record to go through the cellsof the Eastern Penitentiary and to note the objects which with tedious palm the prisoners have made to while the time away Here a mantel will be hung with a lambrequin elaborately fringed the One knot and delicate patterns of the thread comparing with the work of the French lace makers The lambrequin Is of an odd blue and the rliltor li told that It Is made of an old pair of prison trousers On a little gilt bracket is a small stuffed animal The bracket so delicately turned II of newspapers patted gether and glided and the animal Is a rat caught In a homemade trap stuffed with rags and piece of chew- Ing gum colored with ihoeblacklng for Its eyes A wallis completely ered with a really artistic of reeds on which are decorationI 200 birds each accurately drawn There are also checkerboards and sets of chessmen that In the delicacy of their Inlay work and in the Intricacy of their earring would do honor to the craftsmen of the OrientISIMPLE PROBLEMI Easy Question That Will Puzzle Some of the Knowing Ones If you ask a man In the street the simple question What Is divided by a half be will either reply that the operation Is an Impossible one or that the answer li a halt When you print out that 1 divided by li a half ho will see that there is something wrong some + ere but will still be quite unable to give the right answer When you tell him that the answer Is 2 he will either accept the assertion without understanding it or will pute It tooth and nail If you attempt to convince him of his error you will find it la not at all an easy task Ills mistake arises through the confounding of two distinct Ideas namely divided into and divided by 2 One divided Into 2 is divided Into two parts each one containing a half One divided by is the ratio of to 2 or the number of times 2 Is contained In To anyone who has thought the matter out this seems clear enough but to the man In the street It Is sheer nonsense and he will tell you WATER NOTICE Patrons of the Water Company arc reminded that their rents ex pired September 30th hose desire to renew them should before it is forgotten as all premis es not paid for on or before Octobe 10 will be shutoff 9t q ANEW LINE Ot Open Glasses at prices that will asloalsh a the courtesy of a visit My friends ai well ai the public are especially Invited to pay me a so cial visit though you may not be ready to purchase and will tale pleasure In showing you through the itock that yon may know what I am now able to do for you Very respectfullyW With V K POAOE 317 Bway Mr White was with T Schwab for over eight yean and li one of the best known salesmen in the PAID IMMENSE DED Germany Was Fully Reimbursed for the Cost of the War of Up to March 31 last Great Britain had spent 1145500000 in conducting the war in south Africa This sum Is largely In excess of the cost to Germany of the FranccPruiilan war of for which however the na tion was fully reimbursed by the van quished nation France paid as war Indemnity about 30000000 less than the British expenditure In the Doer conflict Strictly speaking that demnity amounted to only 6000000000 francs or 1000000000 but Germany received about 1115000000 from her vanquished foes In the form of a special contribution from the city of Paris ipeclal taxes In France and terest on the chief Indemnity Out of this all the expenses of the war wore repaid Some 140000000 went to tablish a pension fund for old soldiers 80000000 was spent on army reor ganization about 90000000 on fort resses on strategic railways while 30000000 were stored In gold as an Imperial war chest In case of emergencies and this Immense treasure Is still lying dead In the vaults of the Julius tower In the fortress of Spandau But the Interesting thing Is that the Doer war has cost Great Britain far more than their final war of unification cost the Germans HAD NO CAUSE FOR ALARM How Scotch Clergyman Comforted the Wife of a Sinner A Princeton alumnus retell the story that was a favorite with the well beloved Dr Jimmy McCosh once president of the faculty of the great Jersey university It bad to do with a wicked old lowlander who traded horses with and sold horses to his fellowScot following each big deal with a spree that laid him up for a week or more At such times he came depressed and took a gloomy view of life seeking consolation In tie Bible and loudly bewailing the sins laid up against him for big queer horsedealing On one occasion he became so blue that he feared death as never before and so played upon his good wltel feelings that she went after the minister 101 Maliter Wallace she said to the divine do ye come wl mo an see Jamie Neer afore was be In so bad a way an he be afeort to meet his Ulakkerl Hoot was the reply of tho clergy man who knew Jamie of old Tell neverIWANTED A GROWNUP PERSON Child Explanation a Doubtful Com pliment to her Father- A prominent real estate man In Los Angeles had an experience a few evenings ago that kept him guessing for a little bit as to whether he hould feell complimented or otherwise says the Los Angeles Herald He was at home with ore little daughter while his wife and another of the children were downtown Darkness waa coming on and the little girl was anxiously watching for her mothers return Her nervousness grew apace In spite of the fathers attempts at reassurance At length the little one burst Into tears saying I just cant help Itt I need mam- ma and must have herl Do you do this way when your mamma li here and Im away asked her fatherINo of course not replied the little one Cause then there some grownup person about the house JuGymnastics tire the Mind A very Interesting report by Mr Pa rex of Edlnburgs Issued by the board of education discusses the ques tion of mental fattgueAUempt have been made to estimate fatigue by such tests as the loss ot muscular power the decrease of sensibility In the skin of Increase of Inaccuracy In the work done Mathematics and strange to mostInextrbut at a long Interval the mother tongue natural science geography and history make but little calls on the lessImore tiring thnn that done In the morning and even In tho latter em ciency increases up to a maximum and then begins to decline hrMtnigement James B English TONIGHT Extraordinary Engagementj The Most Powerful Play I The Most Interesting Story The Most Thrilling Plot AND A Speciilly Seeded Company SUPPORTING MISS FANNY CURTISWH- EGFEATEiTSUCCESSOFIHESEASON DOWN BY THE SEA A Romantic Comedy Drama In 4 Acts Management of PhIL HUNT See the Illuminated Cathedral See the EastHaven Light and the Rcscud See the Electrical Storm aFSeaf and Seethe WondcrfutBa1ri wAr err NO ADVANCE IN PRICESa SEATS NOW ON SALE Prices Jjc tO1 oo Be KentuckyIt MplKgcment James no IJugllsh Thursday The Big Feast JAMES BOYS IN MISSOURI NIGHT 16 ilMeloDramatic IJoFeatures and situations lntene nleret NI Yl PLA OCT thrillYIn bib II famous brothers The UrMl Blue Cut Train RoLb1 As it Actually Occurred Sept 7th i The most natural Train effect ever produced marvel In scenic splendor and msslvenr EVERY SCPERBtV MOUNT A cast of Sterling Vorj with GEORGE KLiMT ALMA HE rj In the Leading and CouEDv Cleverly Con Seats on sale Wednesday a in Pi Ice Jjc to 73ctt LOOK OVER THIS BflOJJ UT I Mh t I 7TweenOIdfildiancyBanka Cattle BrdAugoWilson Cr neycroyrMcC U mit ESirAVilVonHfirtsConrageousH 1 The Right of TheLeopanVj ker Wa7GllbI The Battle Ground 1Gtr- AudreyMarv Johnston iDouglasi Dorothy Vernon of Haddoi Majors Mississippi The Man BubbleI1IfITake your You will find our stock of cop novels the best In the city IIIprices the lowest It HARBOURS Book Department Mosquitoes Invade London Mgscjultoe have appeared at lacK ney and Clapton London and many t children and adults have reelved painful stings i Our Cut Glass Has arrived Better valuts for the money thin we think you will find elsewhere Ou BOis Kolb 8 Co IGuaranteedI1 AND manner fl CUT Overcoating of and Foreign GET trimmed YOU Fit THE and and and fLLilf1 f C R aQceQ 00Jointhe Procession Get in line Ity sending your Lnundry to the ICIlISTARSrEAMLAUNDR 1 I t rI YOUNG GRIFFITH PROPS ittn PHONE 200 6 AT LASTjTIS IlERF1 Tbi Ltfitriii Oftt and1oOUR 25c DINNER for Merchants will Surprise Them Try It Wewlllmkea Specialty ofiServing Oysters to Just Phone Your Wants HOTEL LAGOMARSINO PHONE 332ir A L LASSITHR Architect and Superintendent Rooms 7 and 8 Yciser Building I Phones Office 25IPADUCAH KYi BRINTON B DAVIS F A I A I ARCHITECT I ji6 BROADWAY PHONB DR H Te flESSIG Office and- tfeatdence 8th Jackson St TELEPHONE 270 I DR L J OTIS Sanitarian 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IaseaI I sLDAVIN Chicagollimns Illinois Cure Deserves New TrIal IA new trial has been ordered Kansas for a man who was for an hour by a mob and lived He was convicted later and sentenced WAS SURE THAT WASNT HIS HATF Mortifying Error Made by Sleepy and Unwilling Churchgoer Weddle visiting his wlfoa rela iiiUveano church that Sunday lie did not IIwouldII The sermon was long and power try and Weddlo stole off Into the arms Morpheus gently and serenely As he did not snore his wife did not IUSI i he bad to sleep along lJlInspecting the bonnet of the woman IIILIkecame to an end at last but Weddle slumbered on like a babe OTonII after a deacon began taking up the collection in a hat When the derby was passed to Weddle Mrs Weddlo was surprised to see that he did not respond She nudged him violently to bring back his senses and Weddle awakened with a start sat upright and bewildered gazed at tho hat in the hand of the deacon Then he shook his head sleepily and said No that isnt mine Mine Is a gray fedora Criticism of Dr Hirsch A statement recently credited to Hlrsch of Chicago to the effect that the Jewish Sabbath la dead Is strongly contradicted by Rev Dr IL Pereira Mendes of New York In anc address before a Boston audience a rewr days ago Dr Msndes said that the rerform rabbis of the Now Orleans con vention who advocated the transfer ofttho Jewish Sabbath to the Christian Sunday are disloyal and to tils mind other rabbis present did wrong In allowing the discussion of the subject Continuing Dr Mendes said It may seem strong language to use but Ihtrabbi who advocates or suggests aItransfer of the Jewish Sabbath to SunIday Is a traitor to his law and to his God It Is not the Jewish Sabbath that Is dead It Is Judaism that is dead in Dr Illrachs heart If be canInot preach the Jewish religion heIshould If he be honest resign rrontthe Jewish pulpit Russian Economics The Russian population cannot be regarded as prosperous or even fair ly welltodo when It eoommes per capita only onetwentylftn of an ounce about onethird of a teaspoonful of tea and twofifths of an ounce about a teaspoonful and a halt of sugar per day But there are other In dications that the railroads and the vast sums of money spent In their construction have not materially ben eCted as yet the laboring population The commission appointed In 180 bv the Ministry of Finance to ascertain tho reasons for the progressive impov erishment of the people In the so called blackearth province the most fertile part of the emplrhaaI recently made a preliminary reportI In which It says that In Rnropmn Russia as a whole the people are now sowing It per cent less grain per eapI ita than In 1885 and that In the blackearth provinces the degrease amounts to 44 per eeolTh Outlook The Skull of an Eaten Missionary The last ustrallan mall brings an Interview with the Rev A R Huat a Now Guinea missionary who had Just arrived In F idney He brought with him the I of the late Rev John Chalmers w It will be remembered was killed and eaten by Papuan canni balsa From Inquiries he made on tho spot Mr Hunt thinks that Mr Chal mers and his companion the Rev Oli ver Tompklrs met their horrible fate through arriving at a village where In consequence of tho erection of some sacred bulldog a tribal cannibal feast was in contemplation Tho dispatch box of the veteran missionary was found to contain his diary written up to tho eve of the massacre and his will r Chinese Emperors Coronation No crown Is used at tbo coronation of a Chinese emperor A book the most Important thing about the ceremony The emperor Is seated upon the dragon throne with nine steps and the book la brought and placed on a table in front of him It contains the privileges and rights of the head of the Chinese empire and after the emperor has given it Into the hands of the professors of the Royal college It is read aloud by the president of the tribunal of rites The ceremony Is completed by those present performing the kowtow jnls consists of 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and In Its methods The Impression made upon the comp by Illlly Ilreena death was very remarkable and I have er tbeen quite able to account for It The mood of the community at the time was peculiarly susceptible Hilly was one of the client of the old ers Ilia decline and fall had been a lung process and his struggle for life and manhood was striking cnotiRlito arrest the attention and awaken Ibel sympathy of the whole camp We rtlnctlvely lido with a man In his struggle for freedom for wo feel that freedom la native to him and to ni The sudden collapse of the struggle stirred the men with deep pity for the mien man and a deep contempt for those who had tricked him to his doom but though the pity and the contempt remained the gloom was relined and tho sense of defeat removed from the mens minds by the transforming glory of Billy last hour Mr Craig reading of the tragedy of Billys death transfigured defeat Into victory and this was gradually accepted bribe men oa the true reading though to them It was full of mystery Hut they could all understand and appreciate at full value the spirit that breathed through the words of the dying man Dont bo ard on em They didnt ESUl iirin And this Will the new spirit ort e league It was this spirit that surprised Sla vtn Into sudden tears at the graves side Ho had come braced for curses and vengeance for all knell was be who bad doctored Illllys lemonade and Instead of vengeance the message from the dead that echoed through the voltr of the living was one of pity and forgiveness lint the days of the leagues ncga e defensive warfare were over The ii was to the death and now the r was to se carried Into the cne lys country The league men pro weed n thoroughly cnnlppeil and well ionducted coffee room reading room and hall to parallel the enemys lines of operation and defeat them with their own weapons upon their own ground Tho main outlines of the scheme were clearly drflned and were Hilly seen but the perfecting of the details called for all Craigs tact anti good sense When for Instance Ver non Winton who had charge of the entertainment department came for Craigs opinion na to a minstrel troupe and private theatricals Craig woe prompt with his answer Anything clean goes nigger showy nuked Winton Depends upon tho nlggera replied Craig with n gravely comic look shrewdly adding Ask Sirs Mayor trill so tho league Minstrel and Dra matic company became nn established fact mid proved na Craig afterward told me great means of grace to the camp Shaw had charge of the social partment whose specialcare It was to see that the men were made welcome to the cozy cheerful reading room where they might chat smoke rend write or play games according to fancy Hut Craig felt that the success or failure of the scheme would largely end upon the chancier of the rest dent manager who while coring for leading room and hall would control and operate the Important department represented by tho coffee room At this point the whole business may come to grief ho said to Mrs Mayor without whose counsel nothing rome to grief she asked brightly Because If we dont get the right man thata what will happen he re plied In a tone that spoke of anxious wo shall get the right roan nee er fear Her serene courage never faltered He will come to us Craig turned and gazed at her In frank admiration and said If I only had your couragcl Courage she answered quickly It la not fir you to nay that And at his answering look tho red come Into her cheek and the depths In her eyes glowed nnd I marveled and wondered looking at Craig cool face whether his blood were running evenly through his veins But his voice was quiet a shade too quiet I thought as he gravely replied I would often bo a coward but for the flinme of It And so thu league waited for the man to come who woe to bo resident mana ger and make the new enterprise a IheIwas sn dlnary that I have believed In the doc trine of a special providence ever since for us Craig salt If ho hail come straight train heaven I could not have been more surprised While the league was thus waiting Its Interest centered upon ly use ho represented more than andInil tlio renfennco joi Uia iltJJ yyyyyyVyv who would Have tniiuesuortTToTk of him and his saloon nothing could save him from himself and after the neral Rlavln went to his bar and drank whisky na he had never drunk before Hut the moro bo drank the fiercer and gloomier he became and when the men drinking with him chatted him ho swore deeply and with such threats that they left him alone It did not help Slavic either to have Nixon stride In through the crowd drinking at hla bar and give him words of warning It Is not your fault Slavic ho said In a slow cool voice that you and your precious crew didnt send me to my death too Youve won your bet but I want to say that next time though yon are seven to one or ten limes that when any of you boys of fer me a drink Ill take you to mean light and Ill not disappoint you and some one will be killed And so Ing he strode out again leaving a mean looking crowd of men behind him All who had not been concerned In the business at Klxona shack expressed ap proval of his position and hoped ho would see It through But the Impression of Axons words upon Slavln was aa nothing compared with that made by Oeordle Crawford It was not what he said so much as the manner of awful solemnity he car ried Geordie was struggling consci entiously to keep his promise to not beard on the boys and found consid erable relief In remembering that be had agreed to leave them too the Al mlchty Hut the manner of leaving them was so solemnly awful that I could not wonder that Slavlus super stitious Irish nature supplied him with supernatural terrors It was the sec ond dnj after the funeral that Geordie And T were WBltfng Toward Blavlns There was a great shout of laughter as we drew near- Ueonlle stopped short and faylnp Well Julst gang In a mecnute pass cd through the crowd and up to the liar Michael Slavic began Grordle and the men stared In dead silence with their glasses In their hands Mlchai Slavln I promised the lad Id Lear ye nae wull but Julut leave ye too flit Almlchty I want too tell jo that Im keepln Inn wurrd Hat and htri he raised his hand and his voice be came preternaturally solemn his Is upon ycr hams Do ye no see Ito Ills voice rose sharply and as ho pointed Slavic Instinctively glanced at his hands and Geordle added Aye nn1 the lcrd will require It o ye yer house They told me that Blavln shivered ru If taken with ague after Geordle went out nod though be laughed and swore he did not stop drinking till ho mnk In a drunken stupor and had to lie curried to tied Ills little French Canadian wife could not understand the change that had come over tier husband lies like one bear she confided to Mrs Mayor to wfiom she was showing her baby of a year old lies not Lees me one tutu din day lies moa Lawful bad lies not even look at de baby And title seemed sufficient proof that something was seriously wrong for she went on to say Hes tlnk moro for dat feel baby dan for de whole wort1 Hes tlnk more for dot baby dan for me Hut she shrug god her pretty little shoulders In deprecation of her speech You must pray for him said Mrs Mayor and all will come right madame she replied earnestly every day every day I pray la salute VIerge et toes lea saints for him You must pray to your Father In heaven for him All oul I weal pray And Mrs Mavor sent her away bright with smiles and with new hope and courage in her heart She had very soon need of all her courage for at the weeks end her baby fell dangerously Ill Slavlna anx lety and tear were not relieved much by the reports the men brought him from time to time of Geordlcs ominous forebodings for Geordie had no doubt that the Avenger of blood waa hot upon Slavlna trail and aa the sickness grew he became confirmed In this con Tlctlon While he could not be said to find satisfaction In Slavlna Impending affliction he could hardly bide his com placency In the promptness of Provi dence In vindicating his theory of retri cardies complacency was somewhat rudely shocked by Mr Craigs answer to this theory one day You read your Bible to little profit It seems to me Geordle or perhaps you have never read the Masters teaching about the tower of Blloam Better read that and take that warn Inc to yourself Geordle gazed after Mr Craig ns he turned away and muttered The toor Slloam Is ItT Aye ken Ono about the toor o Slloam an nboot tho toor o Babel ns wecl an Ive read too nbout the blaspbccmloc Herod an1 sic like Mon but hes a lie bciVd Toddle are lacks dlscrcemecna tion What about Herod GeordIe I asked Aboot heroic with a strong tltiuo of contempt In his tone Aboot Herod Mon Jjflc I ua1 rendln lhj BcrceB b turn aboot Herod an tho wurrms fa the w nme o hlmr1 Oh yes I see I hastened to nn ewer Aye a fulo can see whats flopped In Ills face with which bit of pro verbial philosophy be suddenly left me Vvt Ocorrtle thenceforth ooTtrnt ed himself In Mr Craigs presence at least with ominous head shakings equally aggravating and Impossible to some night however Georde showed that with all his theories be had a mans true heart for ho coma lu haste to Mrs Mayor to say Ycll be needed ower yonder Im thlnkln Wily Is the baby worse Have you been Inc Na na replied Geordle cautiously Ill no gang where Im uo wanted but you pair thing ye can hear ootsldv weeplu uti tnoautn Shell maybe need ye tae ho went on dubiously to me Yero a kin doctor hear not committing bun self to any opinion as to my profession al would have none of me having got the doctor sober enough to of the camp In Slavic was greatly Increased by the Illness of bill baby which was to him as the ap ple of his eye There were a few who Impressed by Geordles profound victions upon the matter were Inclined to favor the retribution theory and con nect the babys Illness with the vengeance of the Almighty Among these few was Slavln himself and goaded by his remorseful terrors he sought re lief In drink But this brought him only deeper and fiercer gloom so that between her suffering child and her savagely despairing husband the poor mother was desperate with terror and grief Ah madame she sobbed to Mrs Mayor my heart Is broke for him Hes beet noting for tree days but Jli dreenk dreenk drecnk The next day a man came for me In haste The baby was dying and the doctor was drunk I found the little one In a convulsion lying across Mrs Movers knees the mother kneeling be side It wringing her hands In dumb agony and Slavln standing near silent and suffering I glanced at the bottle of medicine upon the table and asked Mrs Mayor the dose and found the baby had been poisoned My look of horror told Niacin something was wrong and striding to me be caught myarmollduked What Is It Is the medicine wrong11 I trot to put him off but his grip tightened till his fingers seemed to reach the bone The dose la certainly too large But let me go I must do something Ho let me go at once saying In a voice that made my heart lore for him He has killed my baby he has killed my baby And then he cursed the doctor with awful curses and with a look of such murderous fury on his face that I was glad the doctor was too drunk to appear Ills wife bearing his curses and derstanding the cause broke out Into wntllng hard to bear Ah man petit angel It Is dat wbees ky dats keel man baby Ah mon cherl mon amour Ah mon Dleul Ah Michael How often I say that whees ky hes not good ting It was more than Slavln could bear and with awful curses he passed out Mrs Mayor laid tho baby In Its crib for the convulsion had passed away and putting her arms about the wall Ing little Frenchwoman comforted and soothed her as a mother might her child Anti you must help your husband I beard her say lie will need you more than ever Think of him Ah oul I weed was the quick reply and from that moment there was no more walling It seemed no moro than n minute till Slavln came In again sober quiet and steady The passion was all gone from his face and only the grief remained Aa we stood leaning over the sleeping child the little thing opened Its eyes saw Ita father and smiled It was too much for him The big man dropped on his knees with a dry sob Is there no chance at alVat allT he whispered but I could give him no hope lie Immediately rose and pull Ing himself together stood perfectly quiet A new terror seized upon the mother My baby Is notwhat you call Itgoing through the form of baptism An he will not come to la salnto Merge she said crossing herself Do not fear for your little one said Mrs Mayor still with her arms about her The good Saviour will take your darling Into his own arms But the mother would not be comfort ed bythla and Slavic too was uneasy Where Is Father Oouletr he asked Ah you were not good to the holy pore de las tarn Michael she replied sadly The saints are not please for youWhere Is the priest T he demanded I know not for sure At de Landlu1 dats lak Ill go for him he said But his wife clung to him beseeching him not to leave her and Indeed he was loath to leave his little one I found Craig and told him tho dim culty With his usual promptness was ready with n solution beI Nixon has team He will Then he adder I wonder If they would not like me to baptize their little one Father Goulct and I have changed offices before now I remem ber how he came to one of my people lu my absence when she was dying read with her prayed with her forted her aud helped her across the river tIe is a good soul and has uo nouscnta about him Send for me If you think there Is need It will make no difference to tho baby but It will comfort the mother Nixon was wjjjn rM1 h to Imt when to ctn li the lorMr saw the hard lu bs face II d not forgotten bis wrung fur day he was still fighting the devil wish In that Slavic had called to life But Mrs Mayor undercover of getting him Instructions drew him Into the room While IMenlrp to IIK cyr wii UvrvU 0u U tUi ohr of group till they retted upon the IIwhite face lu the crib Flue noticed change In face thI They tar the little ore will never see the Saviour If it Is not baptized she said In a low tone Ho was eager to go Ill do my best to get the priest hII said and was roue on his sixty mile race with death The long afternoon wore on but lie fore It was half gone I saw Nlxoi could not win aud that the priest wuiM be too late so I sent for Mr Cra From the moment be entered the room he took command of us all He su simple co wanly so tender the hearts of tho parents Instinctively turned to he was about to proceed with the baptism the mother whispered to Mrs Mayor who hesitatingly asked Mr Craig If ho would object to using holy me it Is the same aa any other he replied gravely Au will ho make the good signr asked the mother timidly And so the child was baptized bv the Presbyterian minister with holy water and with the sign of the cross I dont suppose It was orthodox and It render ed chaotic some of my religious no tions but I thought more of Craig that moment than ever before He more man than minister or perhaps heI bellIIUledisciples who tried to get In them and aa he told us the bttwlfnI own simple and beautiful way then went on to picture tho home of the little children and the same Saviour In the midst of them I felt my heart grow warm and I could easily under stand the cry of the mother Oh non Jean prenez mot aussl take me wlz moo mignon The cry wakened Slarlns heart be sold huskily antiI Ob Annette Annette All oul an Michael fear Then Mr Craig You tlnk hes tak me lIar7 Eb1 toI All who love him he replied An Michael tour she nuked her eyes searching his face Michael tour Hut Craig only replied All who Win Ah Michael yen mart rrty to Jif u Hes garde notre mignon And then she bent over the babe whisper- Ing Ah non cberl mon nmour ndlcju adieu mon anger till Slavlu put his arms about her and took her away fur as she was whispering her farewells her baby with a little an3w erlng sgb passed Into the house with many rooms Whisht Annette darling dont cy for the baby said her husband Sure Its better off than the rest of us It la And didnt you hear what the minister said about the beautiful place It b7 And sure be wouldnt lie to us at all But n mother cannot be comforted for Lee firstborn eon An hour later Nixon brought Father Goulet Ho was a little Frenchman with gentle manners and the face of a saint Craig welcomed him warmly and told him what he had done That Is good my brother he said with gentle courtesy and turning to the mother Your little one Is safe Behind Father Goulet came Nixon softly and gazed down upon the little quiet face beautiful with the magic of death Slavn came quietly and stood beside him Nixon turned and offered bis hand but Slavln moving slowly back said I did you n wrong Nixon and its a sorry man I am this day for It Dont say a word Slavln answer ed Nixon hurriedly know how you feel Ive got baby too I want tn see It Again Thats why the break hurt me ao As Gods stave replied Slavic ear nestly Ill hinder you no more They shook hands and we passed outWe laid the baby under the pines not far from Billy Breen and the sweet spring wind blew through the gap and come softly down the valley whisper ling to the plnea and the grass and the biding flowers of the new life coming to the world And the mother must have heard the whisper In her heart for aa the priest was saying the words of the service she stood with Mrs Ma vora arras about her and her eyes were looking far away beyond the pur ple mountain tops seeing what made her smile And Slavln too looked dif ferent His very features seemed finer The coarseness was gone out of his fare What Lad come to him I could not tell But when tho doctor came Into Sla vlna house that night it was the old Niacin I saw but with a look of such deadly fury on Ids face that I tried to get the doctor out at once But he was half drunk and bis manner was hid eously humorous How do ladles Ron do gentle menr was his loud voiced salutation Quite n professional gathering clerllTI predominating Lion and lamb tool Ha hat Which is the lamb eh Ha hail Very good lAwfully sorry to hear of your loss Mrs Slavln Did our l ctt you know cant help this sort of thing Before any one could move Craig was at his side and saying in a clear firm voice One moment doctor caught him by the arm and had him out of the room before be knew it Slavln who had been crouching in his chair with hands twitching and eyea glaring rose and followed still crouching aa ho walked Lb nrrledptter hIm calling him bark loonnwrD PERFECT PLUMBINGmeans I ing Summer an mind in Winter all and the general year round easyII cannot gtt better youOut i jjust what the work is t honestly WOt Ihtt IsEd D annan 132 S FOURTH tiPADUCAH1 r TUE- Colorado Short Line VIA PUEBLO DIRECT TO Glenwood Springs Colorado Springs ManitouA- ND ALL TOD I Famous Resorts tats Rockles11IElegant Pullman Sleeping Or OUwn Parlor Dining Cn with Electric 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He went to Mont EagloTenn hat was benefited little returning homo several weeks later Ho stead liT Improved until today he Is able to resume duty ti deputy count clerk His many friends will U pleased to learn of his recovery MARRY IN NASHVILLE YOUNG INSURANCE MAN PADOOAH TO WED THERE NEXT MON 1D Yesterdays Naihvllle American announces the approaching marriage of Mr John Barbour Gray of Louis ville to Miss Mary Lanier Scruggs ci Nashville en Tuesday evening November 18th at the home of the bride there MrGray li tho young Want aoco man now in the city rerating the town and since he came to Paducah few weeks ago has made a host of frleudl who will be anxious to extend congratulations His bridetobe is a most charming young lady and a member of one of Naihvllles most prominent families DOING WELL PUOP WM DEAL RECEIVES MANY COMPLIMENTS ON HIS ORCHESTRA Prof Wm Deal leader of The Kentucky orchestra has received many compliments of late on his orchestra and Is pleated to learn that the class of music he plays is meeting with the approval of the public lie has pro grammed several pieces by request and bis repertoire cf pieces is rapidly creasing lie never plays the same piece the second night unless by tape clal request as be strives to always have a new program The orchestra has Improved wonderfully and is now ranch stronger than at lint MARRIED Y STERDAYi YOUNG MAN OF MARSHALL COUNTY WEDS HERE Mr Horatio Marshall of Gilberts villa and Miss Lola Howard of near Tyler Ky a small suburb three miles out from town nn the Denton gravel road were yesterday married at the brides home by Rev Duncan of the city and left immediately after the ceremony for tho grooms homo In Oil bertsvllle Mr Marshal Is a prosper one young farmer and his bride Is the daughter of a prominent farmer of this county and both have many friends who will extend to them gratulation CLERKS META PLEASING ADDRESS BY UISH LAMPHERE YESTERDAY Miss Emma Lamphere of Denver Col was here yesterday and addressed the local Retail Clerks Union Miss Lat sBae Is the traveling busi ness agent of the clerks union and the meeting was called especially to bear her talk The local union was found to to In the bolt of conditions and flourishing There was no other business before the union Tho attendance was nnninally largo IKENTUCKY SYNOD REV W Eo CAVE Of THE CITY LEAVES FOR LEXINGTON- TO ATTEND Rev W E Cave expects to leave tomorrow to attend the meeting of the synod of Kentucky at Lexington This will be an eventful week In the history of Kentucky Presbyterianism The Northern and Southern Synods will unite In commemorating the cen tennial of the organization Steps will also be taken towards the estab lishment of a female school to bo un der the joint control of the two synods SHOOTING IN THE COUNTY Residents of near Heath this county this afternoon reported to Sheriff Potter that there Is a great deal of promiscuous shooting among the nee Truce working for the railroad com parry every day and Saturday night iomo unknown negro was shot The Iberia can do nothing except where warrants are iworn out JAWAY I n I I Just Two Styles AT ROCKS I CALLand SEE THEM at IROCKS l I DOWN BY THE SEA TONIOItT- Many comedy dramas have beet seen on the local stage recently Lot it can be truly said that none corn hero morn highly recommended War Down Rv the Spa the attrictlo billed for The Kentucky tonight It one of those true pictures of the pa thus and reality of life fly In sent ment and natural In plot and charac ter delineation On Us r ant presen titionln Boston the pr action wa the subject of no little umtnent ct account of the uniform xiellence ri the players and the pen rmance wa enjoyed and appreciate The play will bo presented here to right with the same powerful company eat was Mm tided with the mooed t t the origin production Manr row and up to date specialties have been added and a most complete and interesting perfor mance Is allured Seats urn selllni fast r NOTICE TO PASSENGERS Commencing 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