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TssfrTlrhtri is ssissnillMtnltf i bt nbtttnb Uttr i VOL X NO 151 1V1 PADUCAH KY THURSDAYHJUNE 25 1903 10 CENTS PER WEEK FIRED INTO RIOTERS Six Were Hurt in Brush With Richmond Strikers A Double Killing In Kentucky Broathltt Grand Jury Begins Work OTHER NEWS BY TELEGRAPH KILLED THE TOWS MARSHAL Olive Hill Ky Jan 25Depnty Marshal Gus Hall was shot and stantly killed this morning by Everett natty a barber He bad a warrant for Batty who expected arrest and had a shotgun with which he killed Hall Town Marshal Lewis White ran and Instantly killed Batty Bally was charged with stealing barbers tools and was from Louisville GRAND JURY AT WORK Franklin Ky Jnne 28 Thfrgrand jury has returned an Indictment against Mrs Mollie Bush and G L London charged with unlawful Intimacy She Is the wife of W P Bush and London Is chief of police and tax collector 85 years old and married TO TRANSMIT PETITION Washington June 25President t Roosevelt has decided to transmit to the Russian government the petitio- presented to him by the Bnal Brit h regarding the treatment of Jews In Russia BREWERY HORSES RUN AWAY The horses attached to one of the wagons of the Henderson Brewing Co became frightened and ran away this morning on Bro way No particular damage was done NO COMMUTATION LEXINGTON MURDERERS MUST HANG Lexington June 95A made by GOT Beckham while here Tuesday to Asa Chino son of A B Ghlnn who was murdered by Karl Whitney and Claude OBrien and for which crime they are both now under sentence of death indicates there s small hope for executive clemency Asa China remembering his battle in the ball with the youthful murderers Is showing no leniency toward them He told tho governor that hi would oppose the commutation of sentence and asked the governor If it would bo necessary for him to prepare a counter proposition The governor replied No I am thoroughly familiar with your side of the due You need not go to that trouble Our Beckham stated that he would pass on the case as soon as he received the mandate of the court of appeals WANTED FOR BURGLARY NEGRO WANTED AT MURRAY ARRESTED HERE TODAY Brack Klnley colored was arrested this morning just before noon by Cap Lain Henry Bailey as a fugitive from justice being accused of housebreak log in Murray Marshal Hood of Murray arrived this afternoon and will take his prisoner back with him tonight Mrs E B Guthrie and daughter t Katherine have gone to Dawson Springs to spend several days THE MARKETS wu Low Ivl1aepr sIlbOuIJule 3t43dCqrto Jet Hot HIT it n t n epb It n n r 1og iOj i 11Ilolo STOCKS t CoJJ Itsi L aN 319 r lost sail 118 so II r Til tgt NOW THEY ARE OFF Iowa the First to Repudiate Uryanism and Free Silver Convention of Democrats Votes Down Indorsement of Late Platforms THE STATE TICKET NOMINATED Des Moines Ia June 25Gov- ernorJ Sullivan Lieutenant governor D B Butler Judge of supreme court John R Caldwell Superintendent of public Instruc tJonA B McCook Railroad commissioner W 8 Porter The Democratic state convention by a vote of 488 K10 to SSI MOyester da afternoon refused to adopt a minority report signed by four mem bers of the committee on resolutions adding to the platform reported by the seven members constituting the majority of the committee a plan reaffirming the Democratic national platform of 1000 and by a vote of 828i to 109K rejected another minority report adding to the plank demanding government control of railways with a provision that In case such control should not prove effective sonquire ownership of railroads All the nominations were made by acclamation the friends of Judge A A Van Wagenen of Sioux City having concluded not to put his name for governor after It became apparent the convention would not adopt a IbatI ernment ownership plank has favored J B Snlllvan nominee for governor has been affiliated with the Bryan wing of the party but be was acceptable to the gold Democrats When the convention met at 2 oclock permanent organization was effected E M Baron of Davenport presented the report of the committee- t on resolutions and made the only speech In its support J M Parsons of Rock Rapids submitted the minority report In favor of government owner ship of whlcn be was the only signer rand spoke in favor of Its adoption After the rejection of the report W II Robb of Creston presented the affirmation plank It was rejected and the report of the majority com mltteo was adopted without division The platform as It relates to state affairs calls for economical govern ment equitable taxation of corporate and private property the purchase of supplies from the lowest bidder the substitution of local option for the present mulct law and state aid in the building of permanent buildings Government by injunction Is de nounood and the election of United States senators by direct vote of the people Is demanded GROWS IN INTEREST LARGE CONGREGATIONS AT TUB MEOHANI03BURO TENT MEETING The tent meeting In Mochanlcsbnrg grows In interest each evening A large audience was present last night Services tonight at 745 sharp Mr McDonald who is to assist In the meeting is In the city and will preach tonight Song service under direction Mr Shearer All persons will be welcome Como and bring your friends RETURNS TO MARRY LIVINGSTON COUNTY BOY TO MARRY KENTUCKY GIRL AND GO SOUTH Prof E 0 Ilardtn formerly of Smithland Ky and well known in local educational circles and Miss Jennie 0 Blaine of Stewardsvllle Ky will be married at the home of the bride June 80 Prof Hardln is now living at Union town 0 but he and his bride will go to Melder La to reside after their marriage Mr Joe Bergdoll who has been at tending college in QalncyIll has turned for the holldayi TO CONSULT LAWYERS Before Any Steps are Taken in 1030 Closing Law This Is What City Officials Say Doubt as to the Ordinances Standing MAY BE NOW ENFORCEABLE City officials are unable to give out any information relative to the de cision of the court of appeals In the 1030 closing law They have re calved no copy of the oplnoln and when asked about It declare that all they know It what they see In the newspapers and they certainly will not try to enforce a law on that Attorneys for the civic league say that the ordinance may be enforced as It now stands as to the provisions declared legal without amendment If this proves correct the ordinance will probably have to be enforced as soon as the mandate from the court of appeals arrives which will probably bo within the next thirty days Should It become Decenary to amend the ordinance however the law will probably never materialize as the legislative boards have changed suM ciently since the ordinance was passed It is claimed to prevent the passage of such a law now It is also hinted that an effort may bo made to repeal the ordinance should It prove effective It Is quite certain however that the ordinance Is not being enforced now and will not be nntll the officers receive official notice of the court of appeals decision and have consulted their attorneys Chief of Police Crow said this morning in response to a question what was going to be done about It that he was not going to do anything until be consulted his attorney about It WED SECRETLY COUPLE MARRIED TUESDAY ANNOUNCE WEDDING TODAY Miss Mattlo Morgan and Mr Robert L Kenney of this city were secretly married at Metropolis Tuesday night The wedding was not announced until today The couple went to Metropolis on the clgarmakcrs excursion Tuesday night and decided while there to be married The ceremony was per formed by Justice Thomas Liggett The couple returned to this city and the young man went to hit home and the young lady to hers Today they announced their marriage and have gone to housekeeping at Eleventh and Harrison streets The bride Is the pretty daughter of alpopa1arfireman on the I O road and has many friends Mrs L W Pratt returned to Mad sonvllle Ky today after a visit to her sister Mrs W A Davir GAGE IS MANAGER New Player Chosen Last Night by Association He Succeeds Manager Sam Jackson Who Becomes Vice President TEAM WORK WHAT IS NEEDED The directors of the Padncah Baseball association met last night and elected Gage the now infielder from Michigan captain and manager of the team Gage will play with the team and will alto manage all the affairs heretofore left with Mr Sam Jackson and will probably make an excellent man for the place having bad much experience in this line Manager Jackson Is now vice president Gage has been practicing the home boys at batting and it Is said that ducah has more sure and heavy hitters than any team In the league Wal lace the left fielder for Cairo has made a reputation as a hitter having lined out three twobaggers and several singles In two games This morning the home team prac ticed batting again and will soon be well to the front in hitting The change In management is not likely to prove any too pleasing to the Paducah players it seems They claim some of them that the association should have waited to find out whether Gage made good before put ting him In as captain and manager Some of them say that the captain should always be chosen by a vote of the players and not by the associa tionManager Gage however seems to realize that Padncahs weakness Is In lack of team work and will see that they Improve in it TWO ACCIDENTS SECTION FOREMAN ON CAIRO DIVISION HURT 0 W Dearmon section foreman on the Cairo and Paducah division of the 10 road was painfully Injured while returning from work late Wednesday afternoon Mr Dearmon was coming to the city on a hand car lie fell off and the car ran over him cutting his left knee and the calf of his loft leg He was carried to the 1 O hospital where his injuries were dressed He will be confined to the hospital for several weeks Dr Lillard Sanders was confined to his home yesterday by a bee sting on the nose He is able to be out today but his nose and face are very much swollen Miss Kate Herndon will arrive from Olarksvllle Tenn in a few days to visit her father Captain Thomas Herndon She will sail August for Europe with a party from Nashville Tenn for a two years stayjabroad for travel and study HEARTY HART THE TINMAN Sez if you want sumthin good you want tu git onto his ole time tin like yer Maws THE BESTES IS THE CHEAP US Its As Solid as a Rock Its as solid as a rock If it ever du rust or leak in 3 years bring it bAck and get summore GEO O HART SONS Co PERRY IS ACQUITTED The Catcher For Paducah Tried Before Justice Young The Prosecutors Could Not Prove That lie Played Ball Last Sunday Afternoon DAMAGE SUITS TO BE BROUGHT The antibaseball crowd received s setback this morning In Justice Jeio Youngs court la the trial of baseball players for alleged violation of the Sabbath by doing unnecessary work On accconnt of the unusual num ber of witnesses and defendants Jus tice Young held court In the council chamber at the city ball and there were many spectators present torneys Flonrnoy and Harrison appeared for the defenio and Attorney Bagbyand Martin for the proaecn tionEd Perry catcher for the Paducah club was the first defendant art raigned It was decided to try them separately and the jury selectea t hear the evidence against Perry was composed of Messrs E Farley Young Taylor Charles Met John Davis Charles Warren and W B McPherson The prosecution had half a dozen or more witnesses but they could not prove to the satisfaction of the jury that Perry played ball Sunday Some of them who were present at the game could not swear that be played ball one reason being that he looks different- In street clothes than on the ball field and as defendant they could not identify him and another being that they could not swear positively who day it was they saw him play One of the ball players could not swear positively that Perry played ball be cause he didnt remember Sunday and In fact didnt know for sure what today There was considerable merriment at times over the falling memorfes o some of the witnesses The line o defense was that the defendants were not guilty and further tnat If the y were they did no nnnecesoary work bnt instead engaged In a pastime or sportSpeeches were made on both sides very able appeals too and tho jury returned a verdict In thai Perry came at 1180 that he was not guilty as against Pitcher Freeman was next taken up but on account of the absence of witnesses all the oases were then continued until next Tues day morning Attorneys Harrison and Flournoy- are now preparing damage suits against all the alleged instigators of the baseball prosecutions It was tn nonnced authoritatively today that suits will at once be brought against a number of well known men among them probably Messrs B H Scott J R Pnryear J D Smith Walters Kirkpatrick end others for f 1000 0 more each damages for alleged mall dons prosecution Members of the baseball association claim that these prosecutions are brought largely to harass them and not simply ss claimedthat the law bo enforced That there la not the same amount of activity displayed by these gentlemen towards having other laws enforced that they have singled out the baseball players through spite and malice to put them to unnecessary expense and trouble and that they will be required to employ counsel and fight these damage suits In the courts in return for the annoyance and opposition they have displayed towards the baseball players REPAIRS MADE MARINE WAYS WILL BE RUN NING AGAIN SOON The Marine ways will probably be i running order again by night th shaft which was broken two day agohavlng been repaired This shaft Is tho main one and was broken two while the machines were pulling up a big boat The work of repairing has been rapidly pushed and little time was lost La BOTH WANTED CASE Attorneys Claim Jurisdictionr for Their Courts Judge Cross Holds the Pool Room Man to Circuit Court on nand t OTHER OASES IN POLICE COURT E M Woodall the man arrested yeiterday for running a pool room over George Detzela on North Fourth street and who was released on a bond failed to show np today and It is supposed has skipped out Whet the case against him was i called by Acting Judge Cross In police court this morning a heated discussion arose between City Prosecuting At torney J M Gilbert and County At tornoy Eugene Graves as to what position to make of the case When Woodall was arrested jester day and gave a cash bond of 200 ho said ho wanted to waive examination but as the court was not in session o could not make an order holding him to circuit court at that time and the bond was taken and the case was called today the Intention being to l enter an order waiving examination and holding him to answer City Prosecutor Gilbert objected to the order being mde He said It was a city case and he wanted the city to take jurisdiction in it The second class charter he declared gave cities of this class jurisdiction in all oases except felony which Includes all mil demeanors one of which is operating a pool room and he insisted that Judge Cross hear the evidence and if the defendant were adjudged guilty to i fine him so the city would get the y benefit of It County Attorney Graves on the other hand said the city under the t constitution has Jurisdiction similar to that of magistrates which is in all 4ft jail Ho said the city could not pre vent a cases being held for grand jury action when there is no specific ordl nance against the offense charged and that there is no ordinance in this case It being an offense covered by statute and the prosecution being In the name of the commonwealth Prosecutor Gilbert wanted the court to pass on the constitutionality of the charter provision giving the city jnrto diction in all misdemeanor oases saying if the provision is constitutional the city has jurisdiction but Ute court declined to do it and sustained Attorney Graves entering an order holding the defendant to answer la the sum of t200 Attorney willbad his objections entered and take the case to the court of appeal on transcript The principal reason there is a con troversy in such cases it seems is that a portion of the fines and for- feltnres in the police court go to Attorney Gilbert and in the circuit court to Attorney Graves The do fondant has evidently decided to for felt the bond in which the will go largely to attorneys Other cases considered were Annie and Will Cannon breach of the peace continued until June 29 John Scott the negro arrested in Deoatnrvlllo Tenn for cutting Wm Knight continued until tomorrow John Miller colored and cuts for plain drunk OFFICER COMING TO ESCORT ALLEGED BIGAMIST TO OKLAHOMA An officer from Oklahoma will be here tonight to take back Lawrence Devlin the young man now Injall charged with having too many wives News of the officers departure was SheriffntonightelatestsDevlin has expressed himself as being np against it and has consented to return without a requisition Mr J B Vinionbaler superintendent of the Van Noy News Co was the city today on bulctis What You See In This Advertisement Is True l The Kentucky Glass and Queensware Co t t t Incorporated HAVILAND HAPSBURG BAVARIAN ENGLISH A PORCELAIN and DOMESTIC DINNER SETS f RECENT ARRIVAL OF CHAMBER SETS AND LAMPS This Seasons Importations Dainty French and German Conicets for DinaJJ ing Room Use 41 Pretty on the Sideboard I Useful on the Table WE are much gratified with the results of our efforts to please the china buyers of this city and community Each statementsxmade in regard to our business viz to establish in this city A STRICTLY HIGH CLASS AND EXCLUSIVE On CHINA STOREIthe second floor you will always find a great variety of articles which ate of every day use I Here are lines of goods which it is our purpose to discontinue They will be sold to you CHEAP l The Kentucky filass and QueeInlsware CoII No 406 Broadway I What You See In This Advertisement Is True Bt JAPANESE MASON It ki t Boston Ludjre Initiatedl Young Itr Native of Tokio nt Third Japanese Mason in America q Two In Boston One In New York t If Massachusetts lodge A F and A j Mono of the oldest lodges In the t estate held its G32nd regular commnnl cation list evening In Moionlo Temple IT says tbo Boston Transcript and ad il Omitted to membership with the core 4 monies attendant upon the third de jigree four candidates Including Okichi Murata of this pity a young t Japanese who has been a resident hero abOut twelve yean and Is making a itudy of the wholesale drug business 1There was a large gathering of Rio burs and representatives of other 3pdgcs to witness tbe unusual event frast Matter Charles A Nelll conduct edthe exercises incident to Mr Mn t ratas induction Into tho degree and JDharles A Honey the wcrihlptnl J master of tbe lodge completed tho J Ceremony The musical part of the 11I ofItbe W resistance of the Adelphl quartet thinrjfapanojo Mason In this country was Jfrfa at Toklo nnd came to America boat twelve years ago to study He ttttcniled Phillips academy Domm erTo alftraining school but business reverse i ijomiag to his family be was thrown I upon his own reionroei and entered Jie employ of the late John F Nelll l1kltaDIO druggist where he remained I iIe intends to return to Japan In a or two from now nut Japanese to be initiated In l Irton was Morlmoto Shlntato who il with Joseph Webb lodge other Japanese Mason is Dr U of New York who Is high t ff iJlntbe order It is Mr Mnratas j jtitntion to progress well along to ij irt tie coveted thlrty ecnd degree Mote he mates a visit to Japan fhrBubsorlt for The San iIV FOUGHT FOR FiRE TUB OARSMAN WAS yiOTORI 008 IN MIDSTREAi A fisherman named Frank Smith reo late nn exciting encounter he had late yesterday afternoon In the wid ole of the Ohio river lit says a man named Edwards wanted to go to Brookport and Smith ajreod to row him there for 20 tents In midstream the fisherman asked for his ironoy and Edwards declined to pay it An Iteration ensued in which Edwards declared he would not pay and when by be attempted to draw n gun was struck in the head with an oar and put out of business for a while lie the subsequently showed fight and was given a good pummeling in the tom of the boat by tLe oarsman the- seboat almost turning over several times SOLD FIRE HORSES for InmCHIEF WOODS WILL BUY TWO NEW ONES Chief Woods of tbe fire department says it is very difficult to find suitable horses for tbe fire department Theme It horses do not last long and the city is now trying to buy two but has his been nnible to find any suitable Chief Woods yesterday afternoon sold one of the department horses diGeorge Jones which has seen four yearns dcrvice to Mr Walter Onol son for t12l1 CONSTIPATED BOWELS have good healtbtho body shouted be kept In a laxatlvu condition and the bowels moved at least once a day so that all tbe poisonous wastes are expelled dally Mr O L Edwards 142 N Main street Wichita Kan writes I have used Herblno to regulate the liver and bowels for the put ten years and found it a reliable rem ody Price Soc Sold by DnBols Kolb Co Antiquity ot the Fan The antiquity of the fan In the last particularly In Asia extends far bath beyond the possibility of ascer taining Its date In China and India the original model of the fan Will the wing of a bird and at ono time was part of the emblems of Imperial thority mV ft A VAST BUSINESS Uncle Sain is n Power Almost Beyond Comprehension During the Past Year Amounts Amounting to Five Billions The vastness of the business done the government of the United Stat I Is beyond comprehension unless broaR ht home to the people through miHlmm of a tabulated statement says Washington letter to the Troy ADdrewIen grow as hi is no other man who occupied a similar position has prepared the Tim ea correspondent a state ent of tbe number of account aDItI mounts Involved in the sittleirenti made by the various divisions of the auditors office for eleven months of the present fiscal year While the fig ores are approximated they will not believed differ very materially when the auditor comes to makeup accounts at thocloee of the present fiscal year June 30 The following table shows the enormous extent of the business of the government Accounts approximated Amount Customs 10630 48t009000 Public debt 2315 617000000 Miscellaneous 8097 3870000000 Internal rev 81380 81500000 Totals 100231 493000000 During tbo year 1002 tho number of accounts settled by Auditor Andrews was 00843 the total amount Involved being 00843 the total amount being 1537811058401 The taming oft in the total amount of the several ac counts Is due to the abolition of the war taxes The number of accounts however will far exceed those ot any previous year Monks Ascend Wont Diane Two nand eaD monks dressed In the robes of their order have Just no1ccmpanied PAPERS SERVED ATTORNEY TAYLOR SUCCEED JUST IN THE NICK OFTlMK Attorney J O Flonrnoy yesterday afternoon succeeded In serving notice of contest on Chairman Edwards of the Marshall county Democratic nom mittee and on Attorney John O Lov ett who holds tho certificate of nom nation for commonwealths Attorney which Attorney L K Taylor con Taylor discovered yesterday that It was tho lat day on which contest could be sled and notion senI ed and had he not been successful In serving the papers at Benton through Attorney Flonrnoy ho could not have contested the nomination u FARM FOR SALE Do you want one of the belt armIIn llcCrackcn county Hero It It 55 acres 49 In cultivation six Acres In timber 5 room house ono year eld good stock barn and plenty of stock water This farm li located on the Maytield call Metropolis road seven miles from Paducah free rural dehv rry and convenient to school house Terms 43 per acre onehalf cash balance In one Dud two years 8 A HILL IS BETIER TODAY REV NEWELL FAINTED AT A FUNERAL YEST nDAYI While conducting the funeral ser vloe of Mill Mary llarnes on Booth Ninth street yesterday afternoon ROT T J Newell of the Broadway Metho dtlit church fainted He wits carried to his home on North Seventh afro M and was quite sick for a short while but li ranch better now Rev T J Owen continued the funeral service TAX ON 1UUIK3 Extreme hot weather li a great tax alien the digestive power of babies when puny and feeblo they should bo givona few doses of Whites Urea Vermifuge tho children tonic It will stimulate And facilitate the digestion of their food to that they aoon bebme strong healthy and active 25o at DuBoli Kolb Oo THE DOCK STRIKES Honry lettorLoavesSettlem- iemt With Supt Taylor The Docks Will Probably Soon An nounce a Settlement Mr II A Potter of the Dry Docks Co retmntil yesterday afternoon from Goleonda and stated thin morning that he had nothing to do with toe settle meat of the ship earptntiraaulker strike on the docks and has left all matters ifertalnlng to a settlement to Snpt Young Taylor- I have nothing to any In the tlement he stated but have left It all to Sup Taylor I suppose we will accede to the demands however as the others have and wo agreed to do what the ways company did We have Had several Rood offen for con tracts but have not accepted on no count of the strike We can secure abundance of work but will hotel oft until something li done Superintendent Taylor will prob ably announce today that the docks company will settle at the oewprnhneo rate ell for a nine hours wok tiny Superintendent Young Taylor Itat- ed this morning that be wonld aocode to the dosnimJi of tho strikers as soon as the dock were Entailed Repairs have been In progress for several weeks sad will be completed In a few days Superintendent Taylor alleges that he offered the men W for nlna hours ever a month ago suit that the olter still stands This settles the stride on the docks n DIED IN OKLAHOMA VORUHlt SMITIILAND MAN DIES AFTER LONO ILLNESS Mr Rube Faulkner formerly of Livingston county died n few days- Ago In Slboney Oklx alter a long illness He was S3 years old and was born at Hampton He taught school for several years and went west four years Ag- oEutacrlbe for The Nan n LITTU5 JOURNRVS to Lake rueosts and moun anted homes will be more pop ular this summer than ever Many have already arranged their summer tours via the ChJgoi St Paul Railway and many more lire going to do likewise Booklets that will help you to plan your vacation trip have just been published and will be sent on receipt of pottage an fol lows ColorailoCtliferala air cents In Lakeland and Summer Homes six cen- ttka OVobojl and Spirit Luke four cents F A Miller General Passenger Agent CHICAGO Biliousness have u4 our valuable curAICIVIN sal pcrftci uolIbu tntn Ittt Iasi they nrat fr lACertin nIne Il umwrItp- 1tntr ruraa rd rhm r IrIIJ tau wII In ui fauilty Kuw AihAq r CANDY C CATHARTIC bWan MieitTItO t rts Rent Tst neM ecuw nur Mnu eu ur 4nlr IdaiCURE CONSTIPATIOK w ew 4tt ant rlL et HOTOGACIMhlandqarnrned lIdIBoats Made from Donkey Hide A novelty In footwear Is to bo seen In the window of a Strand London Loot maker This li a pair of boots mado of donkey bldo tanned Iti Bpnln It li stated that they are the only p pair of the kind In London IIill ill1f I ever get u shot nt those two fellows theyll think a mule kicljeil tlicini Cnn you see tho two men OH THIS IS TOO BAD The Egyptian Wanderers Win Out on Paddys Errors Paducah Had Ibo Game Won and Then Went Up Into the Air Ai Usual GAME OF HEAVY JUtTING Club Woo Lost Pct I 617IJackson 18 460 HopklMTllIo 14 U OUrkiTlllo 11 13 U8 aradnoih au j jTODA SCIIEDULEIIlcml r on at Hoi klntTlll CIorkiTllle at Jackson Other K I 1 Inmes- VIKOENNB3 LOWS AGAIN Vlnoennrs Juno U Tbahomo club lost again on errors Sco- reIlSlG6181 r he Via 10000001117136I- lea 01 30003 08105B- atteries Sheppard awl Kelly Richards and Warner Cairo rrilerdiiy took another pimo from 1oiineih by a score of to 7 m a contest not nearly so exalting or title factory as the one the day before Iadneahs defeat was duo solely to costly errors and not to Inability to bit the Cairo pitcher They batted t him freely until the seventh Inning when Manager ElMnbtrger of Cairo I put In Uoljcrots a flero looainR gent who he d the Indians down with his swift mysteries and kept them from scoring main Glrard pitched a good game and hail good sot port except In a few Instance when the visitors caught the Indians up In the air and In tho fifth Inning made nt scores Edmunds made sov eral bad errors once retiring the silo when the was no excuse for It by tearing his base on a fly bell with only ono out Tho hitting was something usual only five strikeouts being credited to both sides two for Girard and throe to Cairo 1Game by innings FIIIST INNING Cairo Witt grounded a single je- oCenter field and Powers sacrificed Bohwnb grounded out to third base to reEi b Pad ncnh Clifford knocked a bound- erP to short who fumbled and lot It get- awayI Third batoman backed him K op and also fnbnilocl Clifford making g lint Gage flow ont to stconl and Murray to short sal Wilson followed with a grounder to pitcher who throw him out nt first- SECOND INNING Cairo Smith went out pitcher to first Wallace out abort to first Rntlcdgo out from ooond to first runsPaducahLoUompto out from snort to first Edmunds hit by pitched ball Connors grounded past short for n beta and Fitzgerald hit to pitcher who forced Edmunds ont at third A wild throw to first enabled Connors to score G iranl bit to center field wfco didnt have glue enough rind Fitz gerald scored Clifford fouled out to catcher Two runs- THIRD INNING Cfc Cairo Orotty hit to pitcher and beat It to first Clark went ont from second to first Witt out from short to first Powers singled and Crotty scored Schwab singled to center and Hnghcs went out from pitcher to first One run Padncah Gage walked Murray hltto left field for two bases scoring Gage Wilson lined one to left field for a single LeCompto singled scot ing Murray Edmunds singled and Wilson scored licOompto stealing third and dying trying to steal homo Connor flew out and Edmunds was caught oil base retiring side Three rout FOURTH INNING Cairo Smith hit to left for t WI and went to second on bad stop Wal lace lined out to LeUompto Rot ledge walked Crotty flew put and Smith was caught oil third by G Irani No runs Padncah Fitzgerald flow out to short Glrard grounded to short and got first on fumble Clifford grounded to short and also got bUD on fumble Gage fanned Murray hit to left field for one base and Ulrard scored Wit son lilt to second retiring the aide One run FIFTH INNING Cairo Clark lilt to second and got base on error Witt bit to pitcher advancing Clark anti getting first on error Powers went out from G Irani to first Schwab bit to short and mark scored Hughes hit to center and Witt and Schwab scorch Smith bit to left for a base Wallace bit to center and scored Hughes and Smith Kntbdge hit to left and toured Wal law making two bases Crotty flow out to Wilson Clark flew out to Gage Six suns Padncah IjcOorapto bit to third and got bJj on error of baseman Rdmunds rental out to third baseman Gage new out to left Fitzgerald went out from second to first No runs SIXTH INNING Cairo Witt struck out Powers went out from short to first Schwab wont out from pitcher to first Paducah Qirard hit past short stop for two Uses Clifford flow ont to left Care fanned Murray hit to short for one bag and Glrard scored on error of third baseman Murray stealing two bates Wilton went out from short to first Ono run SEVENTH INNING Cairo Hughes hit to second and got bano on fumble Smith hit to short and forced Hughes out at second Wallace fouled out to Clifford Rut ledgo walked Crotty flew to left center and Smith scored on muff Clark flew out to Murray One run Padncah LcOompto went to bat with a new pitcher Ilolycross for Cairo and hit to second for e base Edmnnda wont out on easy ono to third catching IxiOompto off first putting two out Connors flew oat to short No runs EIGHTH INNING Cairo Witt flew out to left Powers hit to right for one base and was forced out at second on Schwabs bit to second Hughes fooled out to Clifford No runs Padncah Fitzgerald went ont from ahort to rfiit Glrard flew out to left Clifford flew out to right No runs NINTH INNING Cairo Smith singled to center Wallace hit to center and died at third but Smith scored Ilntledge went ont from Edmunds to first Crotty wont out from pitcher to first Padncah Gago went out from sec ond to first Murray tingled to left Perry hit to right for two bases la Compto fanned Edmunds went out from short to first Summary Paducah libr bh ih po a o Clifford o S000400Gage cf 4100310Murray If 5140108Perry 0 1010000Wilson rf 4110300LcOompto ii 6030331Edmundi 2b 4010143Connors 3b 4110110Fitzgerald Ib 4 0 0 13 0 Ulrard p 4 2 0 0 10 0 Total 40 11 0 37 10 7 Cairo ab r bh sh po a e Witt 3b 5 0 4 2 Powers If II011f10Sch- wab rf 6 10100Hughes Ib 5 I 2 0 0 0 Smith 2b 8 30331Wallace It 5 30301Kntlodge o 3 0 0 4 Orotty ss 0 3 4 4 Holy crOll p 0000010Clark p 4101040Total 42 8 14 2 27 14 0 Earned rnui Padncah Cairo Dues stolen By Paducah 4 Struck ont Glrord 2 Ilolycross Clark 2 lilts Off nolycross 2 singles off Clark 7 singlet and 3 doubles off Glrard IZhlts Donblo plays Powori to Smith fly catch and throw out for Cairo for Paducah by Gage Edmnndi and Connors Two base hill O Irani 2 Murray Struck by pitched ball Uy Clark Left on bases Padncah 7 Cairo Wild throws Cairo 2 Paducah 2 Time of lIamol hour and 60 mnntci Umpire Lnngsforil TODAYS LINEUP The following Ii the linoop for to day but tho players are not arranged In regular batting order Perry catcher Hedges pitcher Edmnndi Ib Gage 2b Connors Sb LeCompto si rtlCairoOtt o Ilolycron pi Ilugiiei lb Smith 8b Witt 3b Orotty ss Wal lace If Powers ctl Schwab rf POOR OLD PADUKEI The liens put It all over Vlol oennca again yesterday making four straights walls the Henderson Gleaner Poor old Vinccnnes you and Paducah certainly have our heart felt sympathy Paducahs position Is especially lamentable at she began the season with a flare of trumpets which was intended to strike terror Into the hearts of tho weaker teams of the league What a fall it was my countrymen Still young but prematurely decrepit the Paddys aro losing game after game and seek to soothe their injured feelings by sending fake telegrams to the Louisville papers to the effect that Henderson may be dropped etc Henderson Is trying to run the league and have oven gone 10 far ni to figure tho games won from New Decatur a team which Is only play Ing exhibition games In their percentage column How deeply tho old adage Pride goeth before a fall must have been engrossed upon the minds of the Paddys that foxy aggregation of wonldbo ball playtVi whowln games by trickery when they are unable to do 10 by fair means Sweeneys trick of stealing a run by throwing the ball away in a game there several weeks ago may have been acceptable to the Paducah fans and pr bnt It would never been stood for by an impartial public oven if thoro Is no rnlo which covers the play The mistake that King our first baseman mado was In not resort lug to Marquis of Qneonsberrr rules and putting Sweeney OUT by them Every dog has his day and it is only too evident that Paducahs is fait approaching tho hour of sunset There will be ao more ball games In Hopklnivlllo this week Yesterday afternoon Manager Uaisett received a telephone message from Henderson stating that tho team would arrive hero last night or this morning but late last night they called him again and said that the Vincennea manage ment had refuted tp pay their share of the gate receipts unless tho series was played out and they would con pelled to play the throe games They will fill their engagement with Hop klntvlllo Friday Saturday and Sunday at HcnIcrion and It is to be hoped they will stay awake hereafter and keep up with tho schedule Hendersons sleepwalking act In going to Vinccnnes when they were scheduled to play here will probably revive the reports of tho K I T league breaking np ni there has already been some talk of Heuderiou 4d POSTvn I outside time after passing thirty began with cup at evening parties The first remember came and later sore mouth and well marked dyspepsia supervened My bowels turnery out system became Dizziness ren dered writing exeedingly difficult diet had to be Experienced all fruits Severalattacks of troubled me and bowel complaint became quite I am now past years of age About 18 ago I saw a Cereal Coffee gave careful reading and and an experiment Mocha For the first three of the change felt keenly the loss ofthe stimulant after of Postum more than compensated the deprivation and an astonishing change came times daily scarcely wait for meals a sensation had had for more than Now my health is excellent eat fruits of all and foods my A Ing my tone and is Increasing daily Except my I B have no change my mode of living lj Do you wonder that I name coffee the most dangerous of slow poisons believe there are I suffered Name given by tiding with and withdrawing from tho circuit This impression mutt have been mado at Cairo as a message was received by this this morning from tho Bulletin asking if had withdrawn Tho management however say that they only mado mistake in tho schedule and nave no Idea of with drawing Uopklntville Now Era JUST A LITTLE DOPE CJEvcnts of tho past few days in base ball playing indicate that Paducah does not need batters so well as she does men who will not get addled at critical periods of the gamo and while np In the air the race horse man says let the visitors get lead that cannot be overcome Paducah needs tram work The only chance she has to win with fast team is by putting In a pitcher the other follows cant bat If tho latter do any hitting the game is usually lost on bum fielding Manager Eisenberger of Cairo says that tho talk of Cairos the game rot We playball alll the time said the manager and we play to win Wo never lay down If anyone doubts It lie cnu get all the wagers he wants from me always bet on Cairo Ettcnberger has great faith In his club and made a number of bets on Cairo yesterday when tho scorn was 6 to against him Tho principal reason we cant beat Cairo is that they have a all around tall team This may bo lose but its true Padncah had a chance to got their first base man Dummy Hughes end also their star left fielder earlier In the season but the management didnt knew enough to do Other clubs have good players while Paducah Is still epiorimentlng Paducah needs two good fielders Clifford catches R great deal but should be set on the bench while not behind the All teams carry ono or more catchers Cairo carries Rut ledge and Ott the latter having not player at all in this series Paducah has teen weak in the outfield and at first Lot tho management to remedy this at onto Baseball players should remember that are to detail game Illt Is teen and they bad ball tho public has right to know A player should not get mail if It is said he lost the It Is largely a matter of opinion and Its all in the game anyhow yon know The manager of tho Cairo club is noted saying that If Freeman had the Cairo club behind him there couldnt any olnb in the league beat him Girard is hud worker nod plays everywhere at once Ho has a head on him too Tho has been changed from 25 to 30 for each game played Manager Eiicnbergcr of the Cairo team returned today to CMro HII1I1111 Hi 1111111111 Delicious anal Pine Orange Apple I Sherbets at- SOULES I HHH I IT r WWHtH if AN HONEST DOCTOR SPEAKS OF COFFEE DRINKING ABOUT coffee drinking a prominent Chicago physician says I have best of reasons for naming coffee as among the most dangerous of slow poisons II own personal experience of the general experience gained by my practice has taught me troth pledgeakept my pledge and early temperate habits were formed Up to about my 30th year I was an athlete no one had better health 7Ashort I I soon impared hands My restricted gastritis months shrewdly I it thought as substituted days I the I could I not spiritsJu3tI kinds as nervous my strength made o as k I thousands suffering as 1 Vlnoennes office Henderson Henderson a as a a throwing is Manager btttsr majestic crack It bat promises newspapers supposed if play a it game as a guarantee I the JustThink Thinkof S15 Suits SIOOO S12 Suits S750aV We have a lot of odd suits from our spring stock Worsteds Fancy Casslmeres and Tweeds which we have been selling at Irs and 812 To close out we have reduced them to 750 and 812 while they last That wont be long B Weille Son i WHITE 5 upRft a COFFEEWhen buying coffee remember that a tin can will preserve in a correct way the much prized qualities of the choicest varietiesthat it is the purity and flavor which it is important for you to have that a coffee marketed upon its reputation is more likely to represent a legitimate value than one that is sold in some other way Every cup brewed from anyof the WhiteStar varieties has that color that odorand That Flavor You Cannot Forget THE JAKE BIEDERMAN GROCERY BAKING CO HAVE WHITE STAR COFFEES AT ALL OF THEIR STORES rn Passenger Service Exclusively 11 A STEAMSHIP JMtll QJ L n ALWAYS ON n E For tin Tourist who desireato unite pleasure with comfort it moderate cot For those Seeking Health In tho balmy ant inritoraneg Lakl ltroeseeCFor the Business Man to buildup his Bbalteriii nerves lfi Throe tilling oath week between K Chicago Frankfort Charlcvoli Pctoskty harbor 5prlnff and KfV Msckinre Island tOonclllor Detroit Uuttilo eto Bockkl m 1030EROLZaE111 P Chicago fl ee esoeaeeeeeeeoeeeooeaeeeoeseaeeaoeeeesoCoal s Sewer Pipe 6 Wall Coping e H Me CUNNINGHAM Phone 960a 13th and Clark RoeecooteOeoD oe+ sa i11C Ipaimcal Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLYI BY TilE SUN PUBLISHING CO INCORPORATED Vassar M Francs President nil Editor Jf J rATtow General blouses f SUBSCRIPTION RATES DterMM the pottofflce atradueab- Kj u second etui matter THE DAILY SUN monies per week ti miliper mOLUIIDIu w17 mall per year In advance 10 THE WEEKLY BUN year bj mall postage paldIOOA- 44u1 THE SUN Paducah Kj Omca Ill soutn Third TILIFBOHI No Micas It Oiborie In charge tool t Tribal cut BS FOUND AY THB FOUOWXXO PLACES R D Clements a Co tVan Colin Bros Palmer House l THURSDAY JUNE 25 1803 1 T DAILY THOUGHT I like that wit whose fittest symbol U the playful pinch which a tether gives to the cheek of his roguish boy r f forthe pretended bite which a mother prints upon the tempting snowy shoulder of her babeIke Marvel BLAMES THE AUTHORITIES tuckIhas provoked many expres the big Journals The Times seems to think the IIBreathittof the state is responsible t this Is so disgraceful to the Kentucky that the governor f of that commonwealth putting aside all other business and excuses should give his entire and stern attention to the state of affairs In Breathltt county until the reign of law and respect f ra law are there restored The Kentucky feud Is a thing so detestable that a governor who should with gat ling guns proceed to put an end to r civil disturbance by annihilating all parties to the controversy would find a rough general justification for his procedure In the approval of right tthinking men everywhere This however Is not the way to proceed The governor of Kentucky has under his authority sufficient military force to teach tho obstreperous Judge Hargls his place In this republic and to re strata the lawlessness of llargis men With the aid of the legislature he has the power to cause Judge Redwine T step down from the bench wblchhe appears to be unworthy to occupy aodI i to take other measures necessary for the ends justice Capt Eweni family Is leaving Breatbitt county In secrecy because of fear of assassination This Is not a situation which ought to exist anywhere In the United States and cannot exist without ex 1t posing those responsible for It to reob xuoproach and public odium The gov ernor of Kentucky appears to be the thingsOleBreathittAbptn Unusual Interest is being taken Int Thmany parts of the country in prettier ber streets and yards Active campaigns Podare being waged against loose and yIa ing paper fruit skins and dust and d much good Is being accomplished by effort to eliminate filthy tinhabit The Louisville Herald thinks its In order to obviate the evil there r should be called into action a civic cr pride forbidding citizens from care lessly throwing paper and fruit skins Into the street at any time or under O fsay circumstances For the reception dap of refuse barrels or movable boxes should be used at certain points and ib0 when taken away every night replaced to by other Fines should be imposed ad on anyone who should after due molt rat fication deposit refuse on the public pi highways There are cities whore tw streets are kept scrupulously clean e at all times appear inviting and to beautiful e The cowardly assassination of Senator r Ooebel does not as some of the caniIt sdine or justify the lawlessness and crime In Breatbitt county or any bewhine else Those who are suggest dog that the ringleaders in the I Breatbitt county outrages and the- a gassing of Senator Ooebel be banged art the same tree should renember that SenatoryOoAbei ore not known while the ring haler In the feud district are It the authorities deslro to punish tbo latter they can do so without waiting for the discovery of the former and if their courts were as active In prose outing the Breathltt county murderer as they have beenin persecuting Innocent men in theGoobel case thestate would not now be put to such great pense In maintaining rmliltarf pro tectloa for thepeople In jtbe fond county No wonder there Is murder lu Breathltt county Heres what aye terdays dispatch saysvAnstln Fields of Hazzard under an indictment for the murder two years ago of Felix Bullock came hero last night and going to tho home of J O Ed wards the principal witness against him fired two shots through the win dow Into the room where Edwards and his family were eating their sup per Fields was arrested and tried before Judge Oardwoll this morning and fined 10 and costs It a man In this part of the state should undertake such a cowardly beastly trickI and be caught hewould go to the itentiary oqulcklyit wouldmake his head swim Yet In Breathltt ha was tiDed only 0and probably taxed that ranch becanseibe made a bad shot Owing o thejactivity of MrtFolk of St Louis the probability is the in surance companies baking powder trust street car companies and other big concerns will Ibe ableto show a healthy lacrosse in earnings during the next few years They have been in the habit of getting anything they wanted and so were the boodltng lawmakers Thelinsnrance companies alone havoTpaldJout 1300000 in twelve years to defeat inimical legislationi in Missouri z No better indication ot thojconfl denoe of theft epabUcans of Kentucky in winning the coming statoelectlonl could be found than in the fact that so many good men are coming out for the various nominations If Republicans felt that they could not win so many of them would not waste their time making hopeless races Dot they know they are to win and good men coming out for all offices Some of the Democratic papers seek to make political capital out of the postoffice cases Rascals frequently get into office both by popular suffrage and appointment but the few who are Inadvertently let in are nothing compared to the vast number who have bcenkept out by the people during the past thirty or forty years and up toI the present time We trust our Cairo exchanges will kindly refrain from sending us papers until the unpleasantness Is over Where the Toddy Went Here is a characteristic story of Captain afterwards General GeorgeI famous at Gettysburg It was at the time of the disputes tween England and America as to the boundary line between British Columbia and Washington territory Capt PIckett had just mixed himself a toddy when big attention was arrest ed suddenly by a courier whose message caused blm to mount Immediate ly and ride off leaving the drink be blm He was gone some hours When he returned the empty gluaI was on his camp table whereupon sued the following colloquy Wheres that toddy Threw It away air thought you done with It sir Where did you throw It down- your throat Yes sir down my threat Ir accompanied by a regulation sa loh PltUburr Gazette DONT CHASE SHADOWS INOT NECESSARY TO DO BO IN PADUOAIL The substance Is what you want Let the shadow alone Strangers testimony isa shadow You want the endorsement to Vince Positive endorsement of friends and the shadow of doubt Mr J W Wootan of 1403 Barnett street says At dlffeent times for fifteen years I had attacks of kidney trouble and used more cries medicine without getting permanent relief A few days treatment of Deans Kidney Pills obtained at DuBois Gos drugstore proved to me that I hat at last got hold of a remedy which went to the root of the trouble I will be only too pleased to give minister per ticulars to any one interviewing me by all dealers price cents per box FosterMllbnrn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States- Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no substitute 1 STORKTOME to most women is a term anxiety serious thous and sweet anticipation With the cessation off necessary t o chlldbit there comes calm nen sleep and recuperation MOTHERSFRIEND F does diminish the pats accompanying maternity With its aid mothers can do bring healthy sweet dlipositloned and ideal babies into the world Morning sickness sore breasts and ex cruciating pains caused by the gradually expanding are relieved by thll penetrating and relaxing liniment Among tote manifold aids to childbirth Mothers Friend has grown in popularity and gained a prestige among rich women as well as poor it is found and welcomed in the mansion as well as In the cabin e i By lessening the mothers ages7 of mind and diminish ingpain a beauttfnllafiuence is wrought upon the child and Instead of aevehealthylaughinghumanityremaina countryMlWrite tot out nook Motherhood HI ICCUUTOI la SUBDUING A BRONCHO WATER CURE PROVED EFFECT IVE IN THIS CASE Major PersMng Easily Brooke In Buck Ing Steed That Had Been Given Up as Hopeless American Cavalry ficers Can Ride Major John J Pennine won tams when he captured the Insurgent stronghold In Mindanao after a delIperate engagement said an arm1I officer the other day Penning is a remarkable fellow and a splendid ofIfleer but I doubt If the best story on him has reached this country lie a Is former cavalry officer and could give pointers to a Comanche on how to ride a horse The South African war nearly ex hausted our stock of cavalry horses and tho British agents were paying such big prices that we bad to take what we could get In the Philippines Consequently we received the scum of the Wyoming and Montana ranges and a set of bronchus you never sawOne day Pershlngs command got a drove of the beasts that had come over on a transport and It was discovered that they bad to be broken fore the stock of mounts could be re plenlshed Our men were good riders who had been put through the monkey drill until they could ride like sacks but there was coo fleabitten roan that no one could stick to for more than two minutes Ho was nounced an outlaw or broncho that couldnt be ridden The sergeant told Major Penning that the animal was ofI no value and ought to be shot I dont believe you know how to ride him said Penning Our bet men have tried blm foi three days and be has thrown them all said the sergeant lIe just dumped me I think Ill try him said Pershlng as he walked out to where the roan stood with saddle and bfldlo still on waiting for his next victim Then the men gathered to see the fun But the minute Pershlng vaulted Into the saddle the men began to feet sorry for that broncho lie was a big beast He jumped Into the air and came down stifflegged In rosular broncho fashion But Pershtng kept big head up and gave him the spurs until yen could bear the brute squeal between lunges Then the officer headed his mount for the river When the horse struck the water up to his knees he didnt jump so much He couldnt He tried to lie down but Pershlng was off like a flash and was In the saddle again aa soon as the horse got on his feet This went oa for fifteen minutes and then the roan gave up Pershlng rode him back M meek aa a street car horse I dont think you wilt have any more trouble with that horse be sail aa be went Into get some dry clothes And they didnt The water care was effective Summer House Made of Button Near Leeds England is a summer house made wholly of buttons of every Imaginable kind and In the same county la a room the walls of which are adorned entirely by the ribbons of cigars nearly 20000 of these being represented Troubles of the Carver A genteel carver always sits when he carves says a work on etiquette Perhaps he does but It Is pretty cor tain that there are times when he year fully yearns to put one foot on the table and the other on the bard while fowlMo SheDid your father give you a chock when you told him you wanted to go on the excursion we were talk log about lieA check lie gave foe a full stop He declined to give me a dollar Boston Transcript AS TO- APPEARANCES Gorton Graham Advises lib U01d Son About Clothes From Litters From a Stlf Mats Utr tlanttallU mbg Coors Monti iortnwr Dear Ilerrepont That order for a carload of Spotless Snow loCal from old Shorter is the kind of back talk I like We can stand a little more of the same sort of gassing I have told the cashier that you will draw thirty a week after this and I want you to have a litre suit of clothes made at1 send the bill to the old man Get thing that wont keep people iUesalnI whether you follow the horses or do buck and wing dancing for a living Your taste in clothes seems to be last ing longer than the rest of your col logo education You looked like a 10ungI widow who had raised the second cropI 1of daisies over the deceased when you were in hero last weekIOf course clothes dont make the man but they male all of blm except his bands and face during business hours and thats a pretty considerable area of the human animal A dirty shirt may bide a pare heart but it dom covers a cleap skim It you look as if you bad slept in your clothes most people will jump to the conclusion that you have sod you will never cct to know them well enough to explain that your bead is so full of noble thoughts that you havent time to both er with the dandruff on your shoulders And if you wear blue and white striped pants and a red necktie you will find it difficult to get close enough to a des con to be invited to say grace at his ta ble even if you never play for anything except coffee or beans Appearances are deceitful I know but so long as they are tberea nothing like having them deceive for us in stead of against us Ive seen a 10 cent shave and a S cent shine get a thousand dollar job and a cigarette and a pint of champagne knock the bottom out of a million dollar pork corner Four or five years ago little Jim Jackson had the bears In the pro vision pit hibernating and living on their own fat till one morning the day after be had run the price of mess pork up to fro and nailed It there some one saw him drinking a small bottle just before be went on change and told it around among the brokers on the floor The bears thought Jim mutt have bad bad news to be bracing up at that time In the morning So they perked up and everlastingly sold the mess pork market down through the bottom of the pit to solid earth There wasnt even a grease spot left of that corner when they got through As It happened Jim bsdnt had any bad news He just took the drink be cause he felt pretty good aud things were coming his way Baby Carriages for Indians This Is the season of the year when the Indian chiefs come In from tile reservations to see the Great Father There are a seem of them in the city ro A group of half a dozen landing on the curb watching an automobile recalled to some Texans who were passing the story Colonel Dill Sterrctt used to tell about the Ulan who went Into the Indian tern cry to sell baby carriages Everybody said be was crazy It wag admitted that there was a one crop of bablea In the territory but- noolle could see what the squaws who veto used to packing their oS spring on their back could do with baby carriages Still orders began to come back lint for dozens and then for car loads end finally Storrctt went up to lu cstlgate lie went Into one of the ndlan villages And be dashed said Colonel Dill if didnt see a dozen big fat Indians sitting In baby carriages all croutcd up while the squaws were pushing them around The baby car late nan had made the Indians be lIere that baby carriages were the right kind of pleasure rigs for the Able red mnNew York World T Claims to Have the Biggest Mills So far u statistics in regard to cot ton Dlanu aurlnl plants true been published Manchester people taTe the satisfaction of knowing that the largest cotton milt building In the world is that recently built by the Manchester Print Works anct cover ing wtth Its two wings a remarkable area Statistics too show that the big No It mm of the Ameskeag Man ufacturing company ea the west side the river U the largest mill exclu sively devoted to cotton troth manu facturing la the world That is no portion of the No 11 mill U used for storehouse purposes It la entirely devoted to the making ol cloth Manchester N H Union The Lesson of the Season Ages pass but each returning Eat ter brings again its lessons of saerl see of unselfishness and of treat love for humanity Great snowy banks of lilies emblems of purity are offered In remembrance of the greatest selfabnegation In the history of the world In vast cathedral and modest chapel vibrates the majestic musts of praise for that most wonderful res urrectlon upon which Is based the faith ofAie mightiest peoples ot the earth rDoI You Know I That good perfumes are actually freshing We keep perfumes that will prove a revelation to you OU BOIS KOlB i CO True and Unfailing Health for Suffering Women PAINtS CELERY COMPOUND The Worlds Medicine for the Cure of Female Troubles A large share of the evils and suffer logs which women aro liable to result from special female weaknesses and diseases From the lId entering womanhood to the woroai who arrives at the Grand Climacteric or Change of life there are troubles ailments and Irregularities too often borne In silence which undermine phv health and result in disease Where such conditions exist Heaven hOI the poor sufferers to fully realize their peril and dangers It Is well kuownjlhaf ordlsmry med ical treatment too often foils to buildup the delicate nervous system of Under woman and give necessary tone and strength to the Important female or gans The experience of years modi cal testimony anti letters front tens of thousands of enroll women point to Pnlnos Celery Compound as womaujfriend and life giver Mrs W I t West Fremont Neb wrlteV thus I used Paine Celery Compound for female troubles a general debil ity I have taken o great deal of med sine during the last ten years but none of them of snob value as Palnei Celery Compound I believe It to the best medicine for the nerves and tbo troubles from which women suffer so much that I ever used WifflWVMVNNlNfflwim I Ee COlLS- ONPlumbingftoor Steam and Hot Water Heating Phone 133 539 Broadway itJM1mmmmmmmmNNNNm1NNWR I Have No Secrets Prom my patients I cake a tliorouali examination and explain to you the con dition of your eyes and what is necessary for your relief I do nothing by guess The Fogging system Is the only accurate method ol fitting glasses it gives satlfac tiou to me and my patients Examination without charge IIDR M STEINFELD 222 OPhthaImotOgrsj to 500 r = J dH 5 Grand Excursions 5 Auspicesof The Grand Ex cursion Steamer ity of St Louis Chartered by SouthWestern Excursion Co The largest and finest sidewheeler afloat leaves 3 and 8 p mil June 26 and 27 Pare 50 cents Children 25 cents Music dancing and refreshments eft Sunday June 28 CaIro and return Leaves 830 a m Grand basere ball game Iaducah v Cairo Boat goes rain or shine Fare for round trip ico 1 n Ie J MILLER HANNAN 632 NORTH SIXTH STREET Tin Roofing Cornice and Slating All Kinds of Repairs Work Promptly AUendedi To a Phone 740 CITY TRANSFER CO C L VAN METER Manager ALLOTS OF TRANSFERS MOVING AND HEAVY HARING MACHIrKRY A SPECIALTY OPTICS RWtr front between Court and Washington streets Telapbcaa No 4s All orden large or small wit receive prompt attention N seeaofO el41410061410414411604660000 a H J Aronr G B Gilbert Z Paducah Commission Coi109 Broadway Phone 1 17 = Dealers in Stocks Bonds Grain Provisions and Cotton Orders executed for cash or on margins t Local Securities Bought and Sold Relerence Citizens Savings Dank 8 Subscribe for THE SUN and get the news while it is news rrLOC4r LINES II FOR DR PENDLEY ring 416 FOR DR WINSTON phono 208 WIIITTEMOIIE Ileal citato free jirleo list 610 Broadway phone 268 Umfbough 821 Court for wall paper from per roll up IF YOU fro going away this mm mer dont fall to hue The Son sent to your address Address changed ai of ten ai desired thetlatest Edison phonograph records att II D Clements Co phone 108 Independent COLORED COUPLE VEDOnrtli Willis and Zetta Moore colored clop ed to Metropolis today and were mar tied there SCHOOL TREASURER RESIGNS J L Pane treasurer of tho S8th county ichool district today resigned his otlioo CHURCH SOCIETY MEETS Tho Ladles Mite society of the Flnt Dip tint church will meet Friday afternoon with MM W K Poage 431 North Fifth street at 4 oclock DONT FORGET the Elks exonr lion on the fine steamer Ulty of St I Louis Friday Juno 26 1903 Boa leaves at 3 and 8 p m Ticket on sale at usual placet- PREPARING TO BUILD A SWITCH The switch to be built In Mechanlciburg by the I C will soon be under way Surveyors aro at work i t on Mycri street laying It off FRANK JONES band will furnish the muilo on the Elks excursion on the steamer City of St Louis Friday afternoon and night June 26 1903 Ticket on sale at usual places MANY AT UARUEOUEMrDIck Call lost li giving a Hs birbeess at Champyi bridge today and there s many out to attend Refreshments are served with the barbecued meat and a most enjoyable day li being spent TO ENTERTAIN BRIGADE Tho Confederate Veterans of the city will meet In called session next Tuesday night to discuss the entertainment of the second brigade when it holds tti reunion here In October NOTICE RETAIL GROCERS A special meeting ol the Grocers ass o ciatlon will be held at No 121 South 4Second street tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock All retail grocers are invited E W Bockmon Prei- FARMINOTON WEDDING Mr Morgan II Stephenson of Mayfield and Mill Ida Adair of Farmington will be married Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock at the home of the bride Rev Dlggi of Farmington Performed the ceremony BUSINESS MEETING There will bo a called meeting of the board of directors of the Home of l the Friendless with MriJamei Campbell on North Seventh street tomor row morning at 10 oclock Business of importance will be considered and a full attendance of the members li desire 4 OermanyImperial show that Germany bad 34568818 acres of wood In 113 there were 34151748 acres and In 1193 1447118 acres The figures for 1900 thus show aa crease ai compared with 1181 of 210 171 acres HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE Here ti an nnninally good bargain Unit be sold quick Five room house No Hit Harrison street one half square from Fountain avenue lot 80x181 feet good shade stable etc This house li nearly new and must be sold within days Price 4900 a A HILL eEnrlchln the Vocabulary f New York congressmen may not make the late of the nation but the New York gamin helps make the tan guage Scrunggr Is the latest word It means a feller wot dont winter t ale anytlng Usually not a polio clan A WARDEDPlUNCIPALSUlP Prof WO Canterbury after an ab sense of six year again takes charge of the schools at Hampton Livingston county Record Price for Clock The record price for a clock li t33 600 paid for the clock made by LoulI XVI of France It was purchased by one of the Rothicblidi 1Violets of Sicily Is the name of the sweetest blend t of odars that we have yet struck LDUolSKOLBCOi J d11fI JHHM3 H 11111- I il11 i IInIIPeople and ot Events j ttIHH+HHHH+ li HAY RIDE GIVEN A party of youdg society people bad a hay ride to tho Cabbage Patch at In Arcadia Wednesday evening- EUCHRE CLUB MEETaII The Merrymakers club were enter In tanned at euchre by tho Misses Berg doll at their home Madison and Tenth streets Wednesday evening The prizes were won by Marie Roth and Mr Greif Ono was a 1silk fan and the other a hat brush CAIRO EXCUnSIONn A large crowd left this morning on the Dick Fowler for Cairo on an ox curilon given by the Home Mission society of the Broadway Metbodlit church for the benefit of this chorohI FAUST DATE FIXEDtTuesday evening July 7 has been selected ai the date for tho rendition of Faust at The Kentucky by Miss Flora Mao Clark of this city and Mr James Young of New York assisted by local talent for tho benefit of the Paducah chapter United Daughters of tho Confederacy Rehearsals for tho entertainment are held every evening and fine progress is being made to ward the presentation of a credltble performancePERSONALS Mr George Bernbard left for Daw yesterdayMr of the I 0 Is In the city on business Miss Local Beadles returned from Mayfield today at 110011IMrs T J Mullen left yesterday for a visit to Rockport Ky Mr Albert Foster went to Jackson this morning on business reMr Claude Baker and brldo return ed yesterday from Chicago Attorney William Marble went t Princeton this morning on business Dispatcher J B Alvey of Lonls vllle is In the city today on business Mrs E Brown and children went to Louisville today at noon on a visit Mrs S F Miller of Louisville Is visiting the Misses Mohan on Trimble street Miss Sarah Sanders Mr Will San decrs and Mrs Lillard Sanders will go to Dawion tomorrow Mri Walter Sandcnon has gone to Ytroo City Miss where iho was called by the death of her mother Mrs J P Jnett and little son of Kansas City Mo aro guests of Mri ItsE Aihbrook on North Fourth Iatreet Mr George Rock went to r Bluff today to visit big ion Mr John Rock who runs a general store there Mesirs Abe Weil and II II Loving BRAIN BUILDING HOW TO FEED NERVOUS CASE- Hysteria sometimes leads to Inian Ity and should be treated throug feeding the brain and nerves upon scientifically selected food that stores the lost delicate gray matter Proof of the power of the brain foodi Grape Nuts Is remarkably strong About eight years ago when work- Ing very hard as a court r I collapsed physically and then net vonsly and was taken to the star a hospital for the Insane at Lincoln Neb a raying manlao They had to keep me In a straitjacket and I was kept in the worst ward In three months I was finally dismissed In the following May but did no brain work for years until lat fall when I was persuaded to take the testimony In two cases One of the was a murder case and the strain upon my nervous system was so great that I would have broken down again ex rapt for tho strength I had built up b 8thegan to feel the pressure of the work Iton my brain and nerves I simply Inbcreated the amount of Grape Nuts and need the food more regularly- I now feel like my old self again and am healthy and happy I am sure that if I bad known of Grapo Nut jwhen I had my trouble eight years ago I would never have collapsed and this dark spot In my life would never have happened Grape Nuts power as a brain food Is simply wonderful andB I do not believe any stomach Is so weak that It cannot digest this won derful food I feel a delicacy about having my name appear In public but If you think it would help any poor sufferer yon can nee it Name given for by Posture Co Battle Crook Mich i left at noon forEstello Springs KyI attend the annual insurance mens Mill Sally Pnrycar of the Water Valley Ky li ill at the residence of her uncle Mr Ed Pnryear where the visiting KMr Simon Uoilbronner n Mender son boy arrived today from Pneblo OolJ to accept a position as operator the Postal office Dr Marmadnke Dillon of New Or left today to spend the summer the Adirondack mountains after a brief visit to this city Mrs Joseph Johnson and daughter Mrs Clue Wilson and family will move to St Louis next week to reside with Captain Joseph Johnson Captain B B Davis returned this from Lonlsvllle where he has been ill In St Josephs Infirmary He has about recovered from his ness Mrs W E Parker son Master and dangbterMlss Tirsla went Terre Haute Ind today to join Mr Parker who has accepted a post ton there Mr Joseph Griffin of New York who has just graduated from the Qethsemane college Is hero visiting hit uncle Colonel Mike Griffin on Dabney went to Nash vllle this morning to go Into camp with the Naihvllle Y M O A He will be gone about two week He went on a special invitation of the state instructor Mr Jameion OAYOE MAN MISSING Fulton Ky June 25 Andrew Fletcher aged one of the most prominent citizens of Fulton county residing at Cayce nine miles north west disappeared suddenly last night and up to the present no tidings of his whereabouts can bo had Fletcher bad been confined to his bedroom for the past three months with Illness and his disappearance has caused a great sensation He left a note saying if he ho would be all right It is feared that his mind suddenly became deranged and that ho has gone to some secluded spot and killed himself Search par ties are scouring the surrounding country TILLMAN GETS CHANGE OF VENUE Columbia S 0 Juno 2l1Argo ment on the motion for a change vcnnn In the case of James II Till man Indicted for murder was con eluded late yesterday afternoon and Judge Townsend at once announced his decision that the changed should bo granted Counsel disagree con calolIhQul EVANGELIST KEY BLIND seNew York June 25Ira D Sankcy the evangelist is now hopelessly blind Mrs I Allen Sankey his daughterinlaw said today Tho best eye specialists wo cconld obtain have examined Mr Sankoy and all TheSoptlo nerve has been entirely de frayed Mr Sankeyi trouble had been growing on him for the last tw o years as a result of an attack of trachoma ITJAOKSON 4 OLARKSVILLE Jackson Tenn June 25The lo veryrAttendaScore r h o Jackson 109000010403 Clarksvllle 000000100174Batteries Belts and Petit Harris and Holmes LICENSED TO WED ofecounty age 23 were today licensed to wed It will make the first mar doge of both ageyand Katie Smith of the county age were licensed to wed today will make the second marriage of CIRCUIT COURT Joss Bros Co hays tiled a suit against J a and W D Downs for 60 on account William Kidd has tiled a suit against the U S Health and Accident Insur ante Co to secure 135 in costs that have accumulated in circuit court oth the above suits were filed in quarterly court WITH THE SICK Captain J M Sell license inspector was able to go down town today the first time since hit recent pro carious illness AN UNIQUE WEDDING Pailiicnh Young Lady Married in a Carriage Last Evening Justice Liggett Performs Ceremony While Couple Aro Drlvento Boat There were some nnnsnal features In the marriage of UieiMattie Over itreet of this city antMr Wilbur Armatago of Kankakee at tropolis Wednesday evening iTbel bride left here at 615 over the lIIiI nods Central for Metropolis and was joined there by the groom whohad arrived several hours earlier They drove from the Illinois Central station to tbo clerks olltco and procured the license They then went to the rotlI once of Justice Thomas Liggett to have the oremony performed Just as they arrived at MrLIggetts residence however they heard the setnmer Dick Fowler on which they wanted to return to Paducab whim tie The couple confided their plans to the squire who with a desire to be acnommodatlng got into the carriage and while the horses were whipped np to their utmost speed performed the marriage ceremony Mrs Downs of this city a sister of the bride was In the carriage and witnessed the wedding The couple got to the wharf In time to take the boat Tho Paducah friends of the couple knew nothing of the marriage until it was announced when the bridal party arrived here on the Fowler last night The bride Is an attractive young lady Mr Armatage is in the grocery business in Kankakee Mr and Mrs Armatage will leave for that place morrow to reside HOUSE KILLED BY BEES IAIr J S Shepherds bees were thrown into a high itate of rago last knockingloverlout and attacked the bewildered beast with great ferocity stinging him to death Mr Shepherd was badly stung and other members of the fam ily were attacked Clinton Gazette Carried by British Ship British ships carry BI 45 per cent of all the Imports Into the United States and nearly 43 tons out of ev cry 100 that enter Russian ports TuttsI Pills FOR TORPID LIVER- A torpid liver deranges the whole system and produces SICK HEADACHE Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheu matism Sallow Skin and Piles There Is no better remedy for these common diseases than OR TUTTS proveTake ISP Bclref the problem Anything ytm seed A i or not need Tips mil secure or Alt A pose ot you COLD COOK WANTEDAt 1039 Jeffer son at once WANTED Seven girls New City Laundry 121 Broadwa- yPLUMBINGRing 956red for A F Grelt SIS Court for plumbing at reasonable prices WANTED Position as bookkeeper by young man with best of references Address O S care ct Sen WANTEDThree furnished rooms for light housekeeping Family of two Address L A care Son ILOSTPeul and turquoise pin between Sixth and Broadway and llth and Jefferson Return to Sun and re ceive reward FOR SALEFour room cottage on Broadway between 24th and 25trt streets In good repair lot 78 feet wide running back to Conrt itreet Terms to suit purchaser J P Holt American German National Bank Building WANTED FOREMAN A good so ber Industrious and honest man to superintend sawing and piling heading on yards Also a first class man to superintend dry kilos None oth ers need apply Pay good wages II Alfrey Jonesboro Ark Rich Phosphate Beds Found It Is possible that Florida phosphate will meet a serious competitor In recently discovered deposits on Ocea Island northeast ct the Solomon lands which seem to be superior In quality to either Florida orChristmas Island phosphate Mrs Tate Owen Is better today I l y t R There are shoes that ar better than others fjl BiJ C Thats our kind o There are stores which like to give satisfaction Ours is one There are stores whichsave you money on every purchase Lendler Lydon ie doer f 1 f f hl f LENDLER 6 LYDON- The People Who Save You Money en Every Purchase GENERAL BLACKSMITHING AND REPAIRING FIRSTCLASS HORSBBHOE1NO Best quality of rubber tires High grade spring wagons Will sell spring wagons on Installment payments No 319 Court St j V GRElFe Manager N M TheCasind 3 WAUACB PARK Management JAMKS ENGLISH TONIGHTThe IN The Story of a Fatal Wedding Balance of week including ro cent Saturday matinee Nick Carter the Detective A firstclass stock company of real artists livery performance under the personal supervision of MR FRED SEWARD High class vaudeville between acts including beautiful illustrated son- gsPrices f 10 and 15 cents Seats on sale at Alveys drag store from 105 pm BIg roc Matinee Every Saturday Dont Forget ELEYS BIG CLEARANCE SALE EyerythingReduced J SALE NOW ON J COSnNOTICE TO TAXPAYERS CITY TAXES FOR 1903 ARE NOW DUE AND PAYABLE AT TREASURERS OFFICE CITY HALL TEN PER CENT PENALTY WILL BE ADDED ON ALL TAXES NOT PAID ON OR BEFORE JULY J PERSONS WILL SAVE THEMSELVES DE LAY AND INCONVENIENCE BY COMING BEFORE THE RUSH OF THE LAST DAYS OF THE MONTH RESPECTFUL LY WM KRAUS City Treasurer For Bicycles Tires Bells Lamps Etc SRE Williams Bicycle Co Cheapest House in the City Repair department in charge of an expert cycle machinist Wheels sold on easy payments Corner Jefferson and Fifth streets Independent Phone 664 rDrink The Great Beverage Cures Indigestion at all fountains PEPSOL COs its slhille tow AIt Wear Pre and Tiess J B SAIID Secretary EDHUBBARDAttorney Room NO9 Paducah Water Co Bldg 126 South 4th street SMITHSUnion and Bath Rooms Finest shop and best barbers In the city Clean towels for all Try our electric masssge for men and ladlesJ108 S 3d street Paducah Ky i i r l Good Real Estate INVESTMENTSFor Seekers Eighty foot lot on Fountain avenue circle 80 foot front Price 1600 Vacant lot southeast comer Eighth and Bockmon 44x165 easy terms Price UOO 25 acre farm on Hirklevlllo road miles fromPadncah will roll or ex change for city property Vacant lot North Thirteenth ovft site old Frontier grocery on car line 40x165 easy terms Price 235 Three room house South Eleventh 40x105 Cash if possible onethird 123 years Price 330 Two six room houses in good condi tion 417410 South Eighth 0x173 rent for 16 each Price 3000 cash Four room house good stable fruit trees grape vine etc corner Clement and Short streets 40x140 one half cash Price f300 Five room bouse In good condition three squires from nnlon depot 100 foot front rents for tl0 pet month onehalf Club flOOjjer year Price 1900 65 acre farm 40 acres clear and 25 acres in timber on Denton road tt 12 milts from city limits onethird cash balance on easy terms Price 25 pr acre Two itory 8 room house 601 South Ninth lot 80x170 house in excellent condition 230 81960 oasb bal noco on time Property will rent for f2S n month seven room house good stable carriage house etc Metropolis Ill one square from park 75x130 rents for 333 per month good terms Price e 1200 Six room house In good condition Thirteenth and Ohio streets 40 foot front Rents for elli per month Oneball cash balance on easy turns Pries 11000 Two houses two roams each nearly new i lot 40x143 feet situated on Mill Itrct in Mechaniosburg Both houses rent for 810 per mouth Excellent as on Investment for rent or good homo for a colored man Prite onehalf cash balance on easy enoI Io1t t ttV r Sa A HILLr CareJjTneJSun P t r t tfr CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK W F PAXTON R RUDY President Cashier DIRECTORS Jas A Rudy E V Gilson Geo Hart E Farley F Kamleltcr G C Wallace F M Fisher W F Paxton R Rudy Does a general banking bus- Iness Every accommodation given consistent with safe of individual and firms solicited Interest paid on time de po Open Saturday Nights From 7to- 8THIRD and1f- BROADWAY ISUMMER OUTINGS VIA POrtLAR Chesapeake Ohio Railway 300 Homes and Mountain Resorts Famous mineral waters for health and an invigorating climate II CeflYENTIOH BOSTON i JULY 6 Low round trip tickets on sale id to jth Take the great scenic route ORAN3 LODGE ELKS Belllmore July 21 One Fare for Round Trip Tickets on sale iSth and igth Quick time through car service ATLANTIC GUY EXCURSION August 13 For full information address R H Parsons D P A Louisville Ky Or W Wiliui S P Hopkintvllle Ky CSTADLISHCD 1073 The City National Bank PAOUCAII KYI Capital Surplus and Undivided Ilmb 40000000 S IIPOIHE President Jos L PRIKDUAK 1cerreeUent J C UTTBBIUCK Cashier CE RicnARDWM Assistant Cashier Accounts of Banks Bankers Corpor Allons and Individuals solicited and guaranteed every accommodation con bankingInterest DIRECTORIIS B HDCHKS W It SUCK J UTTBRBACK 1L PHIEDKA DR J G BOOKI BIACK OWBN h Have you any property to sell Do you want to buy Ira either case I can serve you I alwJJI collect your rents for you on reasonable terms S A HILLThe Sun Office ii 3aasses MOSS St 7UTOS- SLAWYERS as OoatL Tsertb Ill PaSesh Jt ALEX MCONNEUB- ION AND PAInTYS Oak Orziaiug FlcteritV sack At fJblfl a p- rl iY88t1hB903C0tiG3 QO 1 MYSELF CURED t l war meaty tnorm ayon addicted to COCAINE MORPHINE IOPIUM or LAUDANUM a iKTWUBioff harmless Uom Cure a MRS t ages UAUOWIN S P01111Z12 Chlcrc IIMnit 8 Pr cti flQ66 W4r 2t NOVEL DUEL DR DOWIE CHALLENGED TO A PRAYER CONTEST Chicago June 25Eljah Dow has been challenged toA praying duel to the death Tr challenger Is Mirza Ohnlam J hmad or qnadlan Punjab India Elijah bar not accepted the the lenge bur neither ban he declined It Tho itevlew of Religions published in Onrdaspnr India through which the challenge ii tuned nays lllrza Is tho promised Messiah lent for tho reformation of the world exactly at the time fixed by calculations based on biblical prophecies as the time of tho advent of the Messiah and ho has a following of over 100000 memo bers rapidly growing The teachings of this Messiah that Christ was a mere mortal n good ObulamIsuppor of his extravagant claims is the very height of absurdity Ho claims to have healed hundreds of sick men Dot why did his healing power fall In the case of his own beloved daughte- where it should have been exercised in the highest degree HOT WEATHER WEAKNESS If yon feel fagged out listless anti lacking in enorgy you nro perhaps suffering from the debilitating effects of summer weather These symptoms Indicate that a tonic is needed thatt will create a healthy appetite mak digestion perfect regulate the bowel and Impart natural activity to tho liv er This Herblno will do It Is a tonic laxatlvo and restorative J Frecgard Proprietor Grand View Hotel Cheney Kau writes I have used Heroine for the last 12 years and nothing on earth can beat It It was recommended to mo by Dr Newton Newton Kan 300 at Bois Kolb Co WAS REARRESTED JOHN REDMOND CHARGED WITH SANDBAGGING WILL THURMAN Relatives hero have been notified that John Redmoud has beln rearrested at Alton IlL for sandbagging and killing Will Thnrman whose death occurred at Alton a few days neo Redmond was suspected and arrested soon after young Thnramn was found but released on account of Insufficient evidence Sloes the reward officers have been stimulated to work harde- on tne ease with a result that moreI evidence mil been found tho suspect has been Indicted and rearrested Mr Hd Thnrman proprietor of tbet St Nicholas hotelbrother of tbe mur dered man Mr R Parker and Mr WR Jones will go to Alton to attend as loon ai they are notified of the date of tbe trial SPLENDID UnUHDY Neuralgic pains rheumatism lam hogo an static palms yield to the penetrating inaaenoe of Ballardi Snow Liniment Ik penetrates to the her ve and rand being absorbed in the blood lie healing properties ore conveyed to every pert of the body and effect some wonderful cars Mr D Fj Moore agent Illlnoli Central railway Milan Tenn ItntelI havo used Bollards Snow Liniment for rheumatism backache etc In my family It Ii a iplendld remedy We could net do without It Silo and tl at DuBois Koln Co STREEF COMillHEE GRANITOID SIDEWALKS ADOPTED BY MB1IBER3 LAST NIGHT The sidewalk question was discuss ed list night at n meeting of the street comittee of the general council and iItI was decided to order the pavements from Eighth to 13th on Harrison and Clay streets and from Third to 13lh on Ohio and Tennessee streets structed of granitoid Instead of brl ckI The committee previously decided on brick but the cost for granitoid will be only 30 cents a foot more and will bo much more substantial lint Attractive These will be the first pave meats of this material ordered in tho residence portion rf tho city SEURET ORDERS The Elks hold their regular meet lOll this evening with nQ business of nnninal importance The Red Men bold their regular meeting tomorrow night and final re port Ii to be made on tho Murphy boro III trip to tho Red Mena cold bration The semiannual election of olllceri of Mangnm lodge I O O Y takes pllco tonight IrfHE GREATEST KNOWN Fine Veins of tread nUll Spar ieFound in Kentucky The Field the Richest In America Being Rapidly Developed Now RAILROADS ENTER TERRITORY A Harrisburg special to St Louis says In a comparatively small area comprising the counties of Pope Hardln and Saline In the states ot Illinois and Orltlendcn Living iton and Caldwell across the Ohio river in Kentucky there exists the greatest fissure veins of load and zlno AmericatThe atsonco of all railroad faclll ties In the put hn simply kept dor mant these great money producers The steel ralli and the steam engines daringrtile put twelve months penetrated into this section of Illinois known to many years as Egypt Mining plants steam holds steam pumps and great reduction works are dotting the hllli of Hanlln county the only conn ty now in Southern Illlnoli without a masses of porn galena are groundeand these masses of pure ore weigh from fifty to 800 pounds In ratty dayi tho value of tho oro of zinc both sulphide and the carbon was unknown to American miners Great lamps containing thousands of toni of zlno ore which wn considered then to much waste tan now be utilized At this day and ago thIs seems a strange itatement but when It Is remembered that the sblnln metalliclooking particle of zlno sulphide could not bo melted ai metaltlfoond was no wonder that the miners of lead and silver ores considered It 10 much waste and acted accordingly hence It was used for roar making and tho residue always passed to the waste lump Today those hlningmelalllo particles are worth M7 n ton and smelters oannnt buy sufficient tonnage to supply the great and everIocrralI Ing demand for this beenrbrought to this oily and are now on exhibition Among this lot It quiteI a quantity of excellent silver ore but the vein from which this is supposed to have serve has not yet been dis covered and considerable hope ii en nUnltlODllrOlCCtIthat ging for other minerals WILL RESIDE liRE UNION CITY COUPLE WILL MAKE THEIR HOME IN PADUOAIl Miss Mend Oraddoek and Al J aflerInoonby Rev lloogber Preparations for the wedding had been arranged by a cousin of the groom Dr Prnthtr Our lin of Hlokman and tbe ceremony tbelreturulnghas a position In Pidnonh and leaves today for that I lace but Mn Cnrlln will remain here ten days Union City Democrat loogerI ILLINOIS CENTRAL KAILHOADEXOUR SION BULLETIN ho Illinois Central Railroad Os announces reduced rates ai San Francisco and LosfolloTI Gal July I to 10 for round trip good returning until August ill account of Christian En deavor convention at Denver Knoxville Tenn Juno S3 23 28 and 29 and July 13 and 20 one faro plus 25 cents for round trip good re turning for 15 days account of sum mer school Chantauqna lake N y July 3 lJ05 for round trip good returning until August 8 tickets to be deposited with agent at Uhnntauqna not later than July 6 J T DONOVAN Agent FISCAL COURT MEETS County Judge R T Mgbtfoot haij called a session of fiscal court for July 7 to transact thn regular business cue tomary nt this time of the year Court will probably be In iriiion several days t I lowCgg A cgetalde PreparatioarorAs- silnilalingMcFo diui l3owciltng Ctc 5tucmctts nnl s or h Promotes Digestions Clwerfu- inessandiRcstConlain5 neltlur OpiumMorphine nor2fincr- aLlorNUtCOTIC i ea6vID tvaEL1tTrUER 4rydn Jr1 III non A1Crlrcll1cmcdy Sour Slon forConstip1I llorrusComvlaionsFevrishvncss Thc5imile Sifnnture or rear N W YOm 11111 ftCX- ACT OJ WRAPPeR i CASTORIA For Infants and Ohildron The Kind You Have Always Boughs Bears the 1 Signatureof lit- Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA A TH- EYellowstone Parliseason opened June r The Park Increasing in popularity yearly and IIIIs becoming quite the thing lor special rattles to visit It Then too people stay there longer Although the regular tourist trip provides for SH Jays In the park any one can remain longer without any extra charge for transportation Many cannot adord to spend note time than si days there so the regular schedule Is bur on that fact The hotels are all modern In appointment electric lighted ant steam heated and the trip through this Wonderland the finest coaching lap to be found IB the country The government is ipenMn large amounts of money in perfecting Ihe road system New reads new steel IeidSse improving old road is the order of thiageiYellowstone Park is the UggMt thing of tbe kind the world and t tLeINorthern Pacific will be sent to you on rpt of six cents by I CHAS S FEE St Paul Minn Jr nu A Fourth of July Display Is utterly incomplete without the vso of electric lights eolond lamps giMcs etc If you contemplate giving a gar den or house party 4tb of JOT 01ot or simply want to celebrate let us take ehargeof your electrical artiugtminti but please order early Foreman Bros Novelty Co Peoples Independent Phone 757 Incorporated 122124 Broadway A reeling of Uneasiness always accompanies the wearing of a collar cuff or shirt done up at a second rat laun dry and sent home with saw edges token button holes or with streaks of blu log or stains left on the linen When the Star Launders your linen it is the perfect ion of the artisans land In laundry wore m both color end finish and our patrons re al ways proud of It Our work Ii our best LaundryBo- th Phones son 120 N 4lh l1tI== nc u = ITIrWHEN YOU GO FOR A RIDE goingI t Go to the TitJJy Livery Co 4th Court and you can always get an ttuptodaterig HmHFHlJHHHJHtIflII HHHHtHH JH MHH H H t BURNETT TRANSFER COMPANYC- LIFF BURNETT PROPRIETOR Hauling and Transferlng of all kinds Heavy hauling a speciIty New phone Office 51 Residence 1067 Old phone 411 1 SPENOYOURVACATIO0ON 1rlVlf ISLANDrt MICHtsUNMER RESORTS TIME TABLE + UTWIIN Detroit and Cleveland daily A 1030 m Arrive 530am- uklnr conne dons with ill Kiitaadl for point EastNLeave dally 1015 p M Arrive 3JOam with p STEAMERS for Macklnao 68oo Marquette Duluth Mlnns spoils Paul Petoskle ChlcscoanilOvoralsn Bayalio with ll Hailmdi for poiuti in IIICIII OANiiullhcWnt Trit between Detroit Case land rforluf July and Mackinac Division I Mond ind S lurtalIgLeD and uekLynd TbarMlajs 400 p m Leave DETROIT Uandari and lalor Up BOO p m ndWcdocMUys and Frjs C10 s akaee II- k4 a cents Ir WI filet RMZaPTC PERFECT PLUMBINGmeans ing Summer an easy mind in Winter time and general satisfaction all the year round You cannot get better work than we do for you Our charges represent just what the work is honestly worth Ed D ilannan 130 S 4TH 6 320 COURT STB PADUCAH KENTUCKY Peoples ludpendent Phone tot CHAP mm RATES Commenting June list the Burlington Route makes remarkably heap round trip summer rates to olorado and Utah summer resorts Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Glcmvood Springs Salt Lake City The daily rate is about halt rate except from Inly 1st to loth when it Is even less than half rate Dally commencing June 1St only one fare plus 5250 for the round trip to St Paul Minneapolis and all the beautiful Minnesota localities a July f st to 10th only 57 50 from St Louis 85000 from the Missouri River to California and return and from August 1st to 14th still less sates of 4750 from St Louis and 845 oo from Missouri River OnIt 1100 additional in August for re turn via Puget Sound and northern routes through Billings or St Paul Make inquiries of Burlington festVgcnts for rates routes etc The entire West is embraced hi the lI heme of cheap summer rates dur ing 1003 Describe your proposed trip to us It will be a pleasure to advise you fully C OGLE WAKCLY Tray ramr Agent neat Issue Agent wi line Street LiiliUi T TRY OUR IMPORTED Black and Blak and Green MIXED TEAS t 65c and 75 a pound BEST TEA ON EARTH CHINESE Guaranteed LAUNDRY- Work Gaff SPECIALTY COMISTIC FINISH COLLARS AND CUFFS JJoIoj Broadway R5PHONE 733 r IrN EWROADWAY T IFast Scheduled TO Trains ST LOUIS THEM AND 3OF DAILY 3J No Additional ChargeF- OR KUICAKT COAClira Pullman thawing sleeting CtiH Parlor OUtrwUoo Maine Cats tales TJI tefoeana Hvtil Iklel nest dum 0 P McCARTY- Gt tral r tgtv eBIG FOUR The Best Line to INDIANAPOLISPEORIA PEORIACHICAGO and all points in Indiana and Michigan CLEVELANDBUFFALO BUFFALONEW YORKBOTON And all Points Kast Information cheerfully fur Dished on application at City Ticket office Big Four Route No 259 4th Ave or write to S J Gates Genl Agent Louisville Ky RYMAN LINE NASHVItU PACKET Str H W Buttorf Leaves Paducah for Clarksville every Monday 12 m Leaves Paducah for Nashville ever Wednesday 12 in Leaves Clarksvlllc every Tuesday noon for Paducah Leaves Nashville every Saturday noon fpr Paducah Igor freight or passage apply on board or to Given Fowler Agt J S TynerWP A Bishop Master Clerk ST LOUIS AND TENNESSEE RIVER PACKET COMPANY FOR TENNESSEE RIVER STEAMER CLYDE Leaves raduesh tot Tennessee River nlWednesday pm Lj LOUIS PELL Master SOQBNB ROBINSON Clerk This company Is not re ponslbls foi invoice charges Arles collected by the rlerk of the boat AaL LASSITER Architect and Superintendent Robins 7 and 8 Yciser Building Phonesf IlPADUCAHtKY BRINTON B DAVIS P A I A o ARCHITECT 516 BBOIDWAT Pnowa sn ALBEN W BARKL- EYAttorneyatLw Room No5 Columbia Building Telephone nine e DK J ENYOELFLE Offices 11ours9to11am 7to8pm 3Ece TrhnblelIbonaJIS + X+ H H f i II II oJ To To In = w J1r1 110 r fifO r H3+ H CIHcljtj rtGRAUSTMKrfV d Cy 4 GEORGE BARR McCUTCIIEON not by Htrtrrt tilt+++ WiiftFir 4ta43vYritY4S IAfitr this i t1slgnlOcant act tbo face cleared and bo deposited lie found himself looking Into the mm tla nf a rcvoletr his big revolver on the table Stepping to two cells entrance bo listened In tently titers softly closed the heavy Iron doors Without It word bp began to strip off ills uniform Lorry watching him us It fascinated The fellow look ed up Impatiently and motioned for him to bo quick taking It for granted that the prisoner understood his part of the transaction Awakened by tilt sharp reminder Lorry nervously began to remove his own Clothes In Ore minutes his garments were scattered over the floor oral be was attired In the uni form of a iriard Not a word had been spoken Tbe prisoner was tho guard the guard prisoner Are you not afraid this will cost you your lifer asked Lorry tint In Ung then In German TIle guard merely shook Us head Indicating that bo loiild not understand Ito nulekly turned to tho tlc seized a sheet and tore It Into strips impa tiently thrusting them Into the others hands The first letter had foretold all this nod the prisoner knew what was expected of him lietherefore securely bound tbe guards legs and arms With n grim smite tbe captive nodded his head toward the revolver the Ian tern and the keys Ills obliging prisoner secured them u well as hU own personal effects and was ready to part Acranllng to Instructions bo was to go fortb locking too doors hind film leaving the man to be Ills covered the next morning by surprised keepers It struck him that there was something absurd In title part of tile plan How was this guard to explain his position with Absolutely no sign of a struggle to bear him call It waa hardly plausible that n big strung fel low conk tie no easily overpowered single handed Them was something wretchedly Ins ngruous about tbe but there cnuio a startling next effective end to all criticism The guard bound as be was suddenly turned und lunged headforemost against the sharp bedpost Ills MIld stank with a thud and be rolled to the loot as If dead Uttering an exclama tion of hcirror Lorry ran to his aide Illond wAs gushing from a long gush actors his head and he wits already unconscious Sickened by tile brave sacrifice be pldiiil tbe loan up and placed him on the bed A hasty exam ImUlon proviMl Unit It was no more than n scalp wound and that death was too remote to lie toured The gnurd had done his part nobly and it was now tile prisoners turn to act ns resolutely and as unKluiblngly Sorry to leave the boor fellow la what arauied an Inbuaian lunnner lie strode Into the corridor closed and locked the doors clumsily and began the descent of the stairs He had been Instructed to act unuegltatlnKy as the slightest show of nervousness would result In discovery With the helmet well down over his Lace and the cape well up be steadily even noisily made his way to the next floor below There were prisoners on this door while be had been the only occupant of the floor alcove Straight ahead he went flashing his lantern here and there passing down another stairway and Into the main corridor Here lie met n guard who had Just In from the outside The man dressed him In tbe language of the coinitry and his heart almost stopped beating How was he to answer Mum bllng something almost inaudible ho hurried on to tbe ground flood trembling with fear lest the than should call to blm to bait Hewas relieved to Und In tho end that his progress vros not to be Impeded In another moment he was boldly unlocking tho door that led to the visitors hull Then came the Jour to the wardens olllce Hero be found three sleepy guards none of whom paid tiny attention to hIm as bo passed through and entered Captain Lauslos1 private room The gruff old captain sat at a desk writing The es caping man half paused as If to speak to him A sharp cough from the cap tain and a significant Jerk of the head told him that there must be no delay no words Opening the door he stepped octfatoa bfmJ1J1 Wltlwllll that ho shuddered apprehensively A fitting night be muttered ho plunged Into the driving rain forcing his way across the courtyard toward tho main gate Tho little light In the gatekeepers window was his guide so blinded by the torrents blown by the winds bo soon found himself fore the final barrier Peering through tho window he saw the keeper dozing In his chair fly the light from withIn rho selected from the bunch of keys be carried ono that had a white string knotted In Its ring This was the key that was to open the big gate In case no ono challenged him In any other case he was to give the countersign Uangloss and trust fortune to pass him through without question Luck was will him and finding the turnIrogate open violently still It required all of his strength to keep It train banging against the wall beyond ho most dif ficult task that ho had encountered grew from bis efforts to close the gate against tbo blast IIo was about to give up In dmpalr when a hand was laid on his shoulder and some one hissed In his startled car Sit Not n word Ills legs almost wont from under his body so great was the shock and the fear Two strong hands Joined his own In the effort to pull the door Into position and bo knew at once that they belonged to the man who was to meet him on tbe corner at the right of tbo prison wall He undoubtedly had Ural of the delay nnd feeling secure In the daftness of the storm had come to meet hU charge the tamping prisoner Their united efforts brought about tho desired result and together they left the prison behind striking out against tie storm In all Its fury You are late called tbo stranger In his too late am IF bo cried back clutching the others arm No but we must hasten Captain Qulnnoi Is It your Have a care The storm has ears and con hear names cautioned the other As rapidly as possible they made their way along tile black street almost a river wltb Its sheet of water Lorry had lost Ills bearings and knew not whither he went trusting to tho guidance of his struggling companion There seemed to be no end to their jonmey unit be was growing weak neath the exertion and the excitement now far do we got ho cried at last Hut a few rods The carriage Is ht the next corner Where Is the carriage to take mot be demandedI liberty to say11 Am I to see her before I got That Is something I cannot answer sir My Instructions are to place you In tho carriage and ride beside tho driver until our dcstlnationls eichell Is It tbo tastier cried the other JoyouslyIt not the castle was the disap pointing answer At that moment they came upon n great dark bulk and beard the stamp lug of horses hoofs dw at hand It was so dark they could scarcely discern the shape of tbe carriage although they could touch Its side with their hands A soldier stood In too shelter of the vehicle and opened the door for the American hurry Get Jnl exclaimed Quln noxI wish to know If this Is liable to get her Into trouble demanded Lorry pausing with one foot air tue steps Get Inl commanded tho soldier who was holding the door pushing him forward uneasily Ho floundered Into the carriage where all was dry and clean In his hand he still carried the keys and the lantern the slide of which be had closed before leaving the prison yard He could not see but ho knew that the trappings of the vohiolo were superior Outside bv beard the soldier who was preparing to enter say This carriage travels on most ur gent business for her royal highness captain U Is not to be stopped- A moment lattr lie was Inside and the door slammed The cmtag rock ed ns Qulnnox swung up beside the may as well be comfortable said Lorrys companion ns he sat rigid and restless We have a long and rough ride before CIIAITRIt XIX sOLDiER went the carriage with a 0Ior the rumble of Its wheels In tbo grewsmno roar of tine elements lor laIC time the two sat speechless side by side Outside the thunder rolled the ruin swirled and blssed tho wind howled anti all the horrors of nature mvmcd crowded Into the blackness pf that thrilling night Lorry wondered vaguely whither they were going why he had sun Lit flashes of lightning It bo should ever see her again Ills mind was busy with n thousand thoughts and queries Where aro we going ho asked aft er they had traveled half n mile or so To a placo of safety came the re from tho darkness beside him 1111Thanks be said dryly By the JClt Ton tyflTpnn llrhtnlnr In cI r f FIRST OF THE SEASON 81 o SLEW SEA SHORE EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC CITY Caps MaySa Isle City Reho both andother Atlantic Coast Resor- tsThursday July 30 VERY LOW RATES Good on regular express train with Pullman Sleepers obser vation Care Dining Cars and Elegant Coaches Return Limit 12 Days Includ ing Date of Sale StopOver Privileges at Philadelphia and Washington D Cun return trip A popular vacation trip over the Alleghenies through historic Harpers ry Washington Baltimore and Phlla delphla Descriptive pamphlet giving lists and location of all hotels rates and other particulars can be had from any agent D Jt O Wor by addressing OPMCCARTY G PA Cincinnati Ohio- R S BROWN DPLouisville Ky this portofthu world T l Iiavcnf5ccn a flash tonight It Is very rare came the brief re plyDevilish uncommunicative thought Lorry After a moment lIe asked How far do we travel tonight A number of miles Then Im going to take off this wet coat It weighs n ton Wont you remove yours IIo Jerked off the big rain coat and threw It across to the opposite sent with the keys and tho lantern There Will a moments hesi tation on the part of his companion and then a second wet coat followed the first Their rain helmetswerc also tossed aside Makes a fellow feel more comfortable After this there was n longer silence than at any time before The soldier drew himself Into the corner of the seat an action which repelled further discussion It seemed to Lorry so he leaned bock In the opposite corner and allowed his mind to wander far from the Interior of that black stuffy car riage Where was ho golngl When was be to lure Craustarkt Will he to see her soon Boon the carriage left the smooth streets of Edelweiss and ho could tell by the Jolting and careening that they were In the country racing over a rough rocky road It reminded him of an overland trip bo had taken In West Virginia tome months before with the fairest girl In all the world as his companion Now bo was riding In her carriage but with a surly untalka tire soldier of the guard The more be allowed his thoughts to revel In the American ride and Its delights the more uncontrollable became his desire to see the one who hud whirled with him In Light Horse Jerrys coach I wish to know how soon I am to sec your mistress ho exclaimed Im pulsively sitting up and striking his companions arm by way of emphasis To file surprise tho band was dashed away and he distinctly heard tho sol dier gasp I beg your pardon1 ho cried fearing that he had given pain with eager strength You startled me I wait halt asleep summered the other apologetically Whom do you mean by my mistress tier royal highness of course said Lorry Impatiently I cannot soy when you are to the princess said his companion after wafting so long that Lorry felt like kicking him Well sea here iny friend do you know why I agreed to leave that place back there I said I wouldnt go away from Graustark until I had seen her If you fellows are spiriting mo away kidnaping me as It were I want to tell you I wont have It that way I must know right now where we are co in this awful storm I have orders to toll you nothing sakl the soldier stanchly Orders chI Prom whom That Is my affair filer I guess Im about as much Interest ed In this affair as anybody and I In slst on knowing our destination I lumped Into this thing blindly but Im going to see my way out of It before we much farther Where are wo go hugYouyou will learn that soon enough Insisted the other Am I to see her soon Thats what want to know You must not insist cried the sol ller Why are you so anxious to see hart be asked asddonly Dont tw so blamed Inquisitive cried ironfall angrily Impatiently Tell me whore we are going or Ill put a bullet Into your Untwine Ills re rnltrer leaned over ground the rural by Jic shoulder and plated the muzzle against his breast For Gods sake lie Rim You would nut kill for obeying orders i am serving one you love Are you toad Bliill scream It you keep prwsing that torrid thins against my skit Lorry rest him tremble and was at once filled tviih couipuniilnii How could he port a loyal fellow to dlIf orders I be your pardon thuuwind times lio cried jamming the pistol Into his KMikct You lire a bravo gentleman md I am a fool Take mo whore you will Ill pi like I1Ilamb Youll admit however that It Is exasperating to bo oui2ln the dark like this TO UK CONTINUED r d JANES I REAL ESTATE INSUKANCEs0MORTGAGE LOANS aatits a00 t TO BUY lest threeroom house can get at fjoo of this f350 cash and balance time FOR SALE All classes of property in every part the givenss First class business property oa Third Street ne Broadway Aekfor detailst921 Clark Street very nlcrjrooaa tage 1 In flue condition at fgsi Pour room house and vacant lot 76 fun In all at southwest corner Seventh andl Husbands Streets bargain at 830 Two houses good ones with vacant space for another 80 feet front on one of the best corners In Mechanlcsburg both streets graevied low price off 1300 First class modern loroom Itffersonv Street residence for 16750 Two4room houses Joining lots ont South Sixth street excellent condition price together f 3000 or Jrjoe for one and 800 for other Ask for detailsMA nice 3room house with 7 acres ground just outside city limits at fnoo The spare ground of this wilt sell now In 40foot lots Fine Investment 2 FOR EXCHANGE i One of nicest vacant 6ofoot Broadway lots at fifao for farm propertyt6 PISR CENT PARIS LOANS Plenty of money to loan at 6 per cent on farms is years time Interest payable i semiannually Nos 1003 tool 1006 and looS North 12th St 3 single and n double house will sell low for cash cr sell on long easy payments by single house or any number wanted No 1204 BernheimAveitnccellent new 4 room house In good Ca at flojo part on time No nos Gay Staear corner nth nice 4room brick house at 1050 No 313 North Sixth street 14 room house sewer connections and all veniences with space oa lot for addl tional building Price f5ooo No 1722 Monroe Street good four room house shade bargain ntf1050 Have moneyl at all times at 6 per cent for ten years timoto loan on farm mortgages 313 feet Clay between Eleventh end Twelfth streets three brick houses sell whole ground vacant by foot or the houses as whole or singly Ask prices as wanted Two circle front tots together In Fountain Park each8 feet wide Wilt sell separate Price on corner one 753 t and 8600 on Inside one Good eight room house 60 foot lot sewerage in both bathroom and kitchen South side Jefferson streets between Ninth and Tenth streets Excellent home oa easy payments In best resi dence part of city Price 15000 No 1740 Harrison street In Fountain Park new four room nice house 50 foot lot at ICo or this with adjoining vacant 30 foot lot f1200 Seven room house on north side of Elizabeth street third towards river from Sixth street rent at 113 a month for 800 Two houses on one lot at northwest corner of Ninth and Ohio streets total rents 2050 per month Price 2033 Easy payments No 520 North Sixth street renter by year to prompt paying tenant at t per month Price f 4000 No 1036 Monroe street excellent five room bouse 50 foot lot very desirable home In List class neighborhood Pric fi9S No iMCouth Ninth street fire- looms hall shade and fruit trees Pries fpI Harbin for colored man In home at f600 100 cash and balance In Jro monthly payments Situated South side of Jones street between Eleventh and Twelfth good J room house on 40 foct ot Fifty lots In Fountain Park at prices from Ius to rooo terms 10 cash and J5 monthly payments Several corner lots on Clay street with joining Inside lots to go with corner oues if desired r W M JANESMOBVYay Paducah Kv Ya r I Correct Summer Clothing II ShapetDid you ever notice how quick thin clothing loses its shape Its because it If not made right We overcome that t fault in our Correct Summer Clothinc weve had it made a new way The coats have a full shoulder with haircloth stiffening down the front that keeps them from breaking or losing shape The pants have cuff bottoms concealed buttons and felt straps the cloth is thoroughly shrunk which overcomes bagging at the knee Theres no clothing like it for fit and style in Paducah We show the new Irish Donegal Cloths Cheviots and Home spuns in coats and pants for men and young men 500 and up to 1500 Peoples Independent Telephone No 34 t I 3 P AHO BROADWAY We Are on the Way To Our New Store Although everything is in disorder incidental to moving we are still doing business We will be ready for business Thursday andwant all our friends to come to see our handsome new store SCOTT HARDWARE COMPANY EDGAR W WHITTEMORE REALI ESTATE AGENCY PADUCAH REAL ESTATE WESTERN KENTUCKY FARMS EASY MONTHLY PAYMENT LOTS FOR INVESTMENT WESTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE JOURNAL AND PRICE LIST 7FREE TO EVERYBODY SEND FOR IT EDGAR W WHITTEORE Paducah Ky Americana German National Bank PADUCAHKENTUCKY P Capital and Surplus 32000000 Ceo C Thompson Prtit EdLfAtklnsCasbier- Ceo Thompson TJ Alklil On Rock F Bradibiw J Baser ttaicoe Burnttt L 8 Uuloli F MIk Kd P Noble ii INTEREST PAID on TIME Deposits Safety DepositBoxes to rent 1300 per annum and offices on second and third floors reached by electric elevator furnished with light heat and sanitary im provements W atgfiyile JrJM FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Ho Hits no Right to Surrender Jurisdiction Must Try Railroad Cases Himself According to Late Court of Appeal Decision DAWSON OASES ALL DISMISSED IThe court of appeals has Just de an Important appeal case which will have quite a bearing on many cases In local courts Copies of the opinion were received here today Last Labor Day a num ber of picnickers were struck by an Illinois Central train and several were was Instituted In the star e court hero by Attorneys Taylor Oil bert and Lucas against the railroad company for many thousand dollars damages and when the cases came up before Judge Husbands the railroad attorneys Messrs Wheeler and Hughes moved that they be transferred to the federal court for trial Judge Hnsbamls sustained the mo tion to which the plaintiffs and their attorneys objected and took an np peal The cases were accordingly transferred to the federal court and when they came up the plaintiffs torneys moved that they be remanded to the state court but Judge Evans assumed jurisdiction and overruled the motion The plaintiffs then dismissed the suits without prejudice intending to bring new suits in circuit court but the railroad attorneys In answering the appeal then claimed that as the cases bad been dismissed in federal court after the latter had taken jurisdiction they bad also been dismissed in the state court at the same time and that there were then pending no suite and consequently no appeal which the court of appeals sustains The attorneys for the plaintiffs will now have to bring new suits here The most Important feature of the new decision however according to attorneys Is that Judge Husbands should have tried the sues himself at the start and not transferred them to the federal court when a motion to do so was made That the circuit judge has no right to surrender hiI jurisdiction and must try such cainI Should the opinion have the effect claimed it will keep most of the rail road damage suits out of federal court which court the railroad companies prefer because as a rule they get a more unprejudiced verdict BODY FOUNDI Brakeman Johnson Dies From Scalds Body Dog From Debris Lut Night and Drought Here for Burial The body of Ed Johnson colored the brakeman who was missing yesterday from the crew of the two wrecked freight trains at Dawson was found last night about 9 oclock and brought to the city this morning for burial He did not meet death from crush but from scalds the hot water and steam from the engine kill Ing him Ho was on the tank of the 1184 or the No 32 when the crash came and was covered by debris of the wreck when found He is the only victim of the wreck Orammon the fireman who had a shoulder dislocated and who was oth erwise Injured Is about the same at Dawson where he Is under the care of railroad physicians Ills Injuries are serious and he Is In a bad condition It is reported A GOOD ROOTER GONE Mr W II Finkney the drug drum mer went to Hopklnsrllle this morn ing on business and will probably not return here before August 15 With his departure Paducah will feel the keen loss of one of the strongest root ers and will hall his return with much delight Yesterday Mr Pinkney gave a Paducah baseball cry and It was one of the bet ever beard beating many college cries lie was offered free transportation to Cairo Sunday by the agent of the City of St Louis ex cureless boat a person who bad never seen him before but who recognized his abilities as a rooter I Ii Theatrical Notes The Soward show at The Casino last night presented A Fatal Wed ding to a Rood sized house Mlnnlo Seward was seen as the brave warm hearted lute Ray fighting to save her old uncle from disgrace She acted her part with a fervor and naturalness that soon made her a warm favorite Fred Seward In the character of the square gambler who never went back on a friend easily bore off his share of the honors The play A Fatal Wedding is far superior to those ex petted by a summer popular priced tho acts there were no waits but Instead a number of bright specialties which were well received These Included two comedy songs by Arthur Ulacknllcr Eva Johnson who has a very sweet voice also came In for a hearty reception but the Illos Crated songs by Will Santschl were the great hit of the evening No finer pictures have ever been seen here the light was perfect and the coloring beautiful The company is much bet ter than one expects to see at a sum mer park and Is far ahead ot several of the reg oar Season companies that play at the Kentucky A ratal Wedding will be repeated tonight for the last time Manager James E English of the Casino has gone to West Baden for a sojourn of two weeks or more NEWS OF THE RIVERS Observations River 140 fall of 14 in last 24 hours Weather clear and warm The Memphis Is due today to Bt Avalrn Is due to Cincinnati Sunday The Savannah is due tomorrow to Tennessee river Tho Victor Is due tomorrow from Tennessee river The Tennessee Is due from Tennes see river tomorrow The Russell Lord Is now en route to St Francis river for ties The Bnttortf arrived and left last night for Cumberland river The Pearce has resumed her trips and arrived and departed on time to day for Golconda The Pavonla arrived yesterday from Tennessee river and went into Cum berland river today The Dirk Fowler left on time this morning for Cairo with a crowd of Methodist excnrlsonlsta for Cairo The Fred Hartwlg whleh has been laid up it Cairo on account of the gineers strike resumed yesterday The Jim Lee will be off the ways today at Mound City and the tag Louisa will pull be out fora new hull Cheap Household Goods Tan Do Wo a Chinese merchant filed a schedule In bankruptcy In the United States District court the other day Jle Included under the heading household effects two women and ten children besides chopsticks and other articles the whole lot being valued at 115 WANTS HIS WIFE BUT HE 13 NOT READY TO GIVE HER DESOJUPTIONI Marshal Crow has received many letters but this one received this morning Is probably the most unique one over received here It speaks for itself Albla Iowa June 22 1003 Dears Sirs I would like to correspond with yon in regard to finding my wife if she is in your city which I think she is may I hear from you at Wonce then I will give you a discretion of her and you can find her with out match trouble Respectfully Your- S D JONEfl Albia Iowa May Erect Chinese Hospital The Chinese of New York are plan ning to erect a hospital In the Chinatown of that city where their sick may be treated by physicians of their own race This hospital If It Is tablished Is to be conducted on the Oriental plan and will be a distinct oddity In this country IIMtttMMMMMMMittittt4t Crushed Fruit II g 2CreamJ SOULESflN kF71F11 FifFil tiFFiFFiII1FFittNfii By XRays Just for once wont you try a pair of shoes that arc not made from guesswork measurements of what your foot ought to be but from Xray photographs of what womens feet really arc The Dorothy Dodd Shot it exactly shaped la the bones muscles and ligaments of He foot as they are plainly revealed by Xray photograph This Is the explanation of why you hear so much talk on all sIdes about the wonderful Fit ofa Dorothy Dodd The shoe deserves Its popular nickname ofan arrange went In comfort But all this is of no help to you unless YOU own a pair On the day you buy them you will learn a new lesson in Foot Comfort After thai no one tan sellyou any other shoe but a Dorothy Dodd Sincerely yours Oxfords r sJooDOROIlY GEO ROCK Store in Smoke This is what you see very oltenIn fad every day at our store Its Coffee Smoke as you can readily tell even two blocks away You say ourself Bockmon is ROASTING COFFHK If Its so fragrant so far away cant you imagine it would be mutchable In the cup on your table because its fresh roasted An order from you would give us an opportunity to convince you The sooner you try them the t sooner you will appreciate the Best is the CheapestE3 V BockmoniBoth Phones 259 Cor 7th and Court ICoffeeI r = BIG REMOVAL SALE 2 M N Gammon Is moving his paper store from 622 Broadway to 822 Clark street and commencing Monday June ijtli and lasting for one week only be will have one of the greatest reductions in wall paper ever known In Paducah 5c paper will go for 30 t 7c at sc ice at 8c 150 at i2Kc and all other papers In proportion A cordial invitation is extended the public to call and tee the latest and most uptodate wall paper and at the lowest prices in the city M N GANMON 822 Clark Street Past Tennessee Telephone No 490 iffAME EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY mcoirouTBD f Long distance linoa and telephones Of this Company onablo you to talk almost anywhoro In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tonnossoo Mississippi and Louisiana Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with tho pooplo of this groat soctlon of tho country Wo solicit your patrpnago Ratos reason able Equipment and facilities unsurpassed AMIS IItMldrat a Gtnl Maniacs J W JH 8ejrTn M 1 1 Caldwell SonRepresent some of threading Fire Insurance Companies of the country Also Real Estate Agents Property in our hands carefully looked after Quick action on sales Peoples Independent Phone 303 Office 116 S Fourth rReadposted tOe week