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1 r ILEIENTS AT PLAY
IN WEST KENTUCKY r
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Wind and Rain and Lightning
Do Damage
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J j I I Tri cii Suffer Slbst tWIillo Flusli I I
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r TOTAL HAIXKAIIi JKl I CIiE 4St
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Western Kentucky was visited bv a I
j eeyereraln and wind storm last night
beginning early la the evening and I
y lasting a little more than an hour but
little damage Is reported
The wind herd ran pretty high but
the rain probably was the more severe
I Gutters were flooded and the torrents i
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poured through for some time after
the storm had ceased Several treed
i throughout the city were blown down I
and limbs were torn off and the I
county also reports slight damage In I
this line Few buildings Were In any
> way affected
At Water Valley
At Water Valley Ky a few miles
south of Mayfleld Ky lightning i
struck the house of Mrs Salllo Thur
man and set It afire early In the even
I
Ing It burned and was a total loss
Few household effects were saved
The loss willamount to several thou
sand dollars partly covered by Insur
ance No one was Injured
In Illinois
r Before dark an ugly cloud hang 4
over Illinois and appeared to contain
wind Telephone rues I
a great deal of
I ages this morning failed to develop
any damago other than a hard rain
I Tho railroad telephono and tele
graph companies reported no damage
J to wires from the wind
1to 1 While the rain listed but a few
1 hours the fall was 53 Inches This
t morning the air was fresh and clear
and cool and everything looked
I brighter
1SKEIITUCKY
IxmUvlllc WHS Dry
> With but few exceptions Louisville
i sn far as the salo of liquor Is con
corned was dry Sunday Only three
cases of alleged violations of the Sun
day saloonclosing aw were reported i
to Maj Patrick Ridge acting chief of s
policet
I Louisville Conventions
Louisville may become a convention
ILouisville tho next few years Ali i
I ready plans are on foot for securing
5 the next national political I convention
C of either the Democratic or Republican
party
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Severe ilullstonnj
A severe hailstorm did considerable f
damage In several counties In the cen
tral part of tho sate yesterday being
especially heavy In Fay otte and Andor
I ion counties
countiesPresMcnt
PresMcnt of Ogilcn
A II Lewis has been elected presi l
dent of Ogden College and will reor
ganize the faculty His hotno Is In
Bowling Green and he was chosen over
a large number of applicants
Grelltl Ovelhoro
Owensboro Ky June l1Tho
Duslnese Mons association ol this city
will this week conduct a whirlwind
campaign for subscriptions to Its capl
Ul stack of Jl00000 with which It i
00 will Incorporate The Incorporation
f I Is tho climax of a movement Inaugu
18t11n 1888 but which has lain dor
mant until the last tow years Tho
purpose of the organization will bo U
hasten tho arrival of tho Groatcf
Owensboro which present outlook
promises for the near future The
stock of the Incorporation will be cold
In 1000 blocks and many shares
have already been spoken for
Loss His Life
Barbourrllle Kr June 19Mter
attempting to carry out an alleged
I threat made when he was released
from tho penitentiary to kill Lovl
Bays as soon as he could reach him
General Williams was shot and killed
Iii Whitley county yesterday by dep
uty sheriffs who wore attempting to
arrest him A young man named
Lawson who was with Williams was
aibo killed In tho genoial fight which c
followed tho attempted arrest
Tobacco Growers Organize
Icndorson Ky June 19Tho
j four counties of Henderson Hopkins
11 Union and Webster sent sixty dele
gates representing eighteen hundred
members of the Society of Equity to
convention here yesterday and formed
+ wbaJs to bo known as the Stemming
DlVtrX associations The object of
the association Is to pool prize price
1and tell twentyflvo million pounds of
strip tobacco the normal crops of the
four counties
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MIWM JfMWW I
RIVER STAGES
Cairo 214 stand
Chattanooga 77 09 rail
Cincinnati 113 06 rail
Evansville 106 05 tall
Florence 55 13 eke
Johnsonvlllr 47 12 rise
Louisville BO 14 fall
Mt Onrmel 3G 04 rail
Nashville t84 fall
rittsburg G2 04 rice
Davit Island Dam 39 Or rise
St LOuis IS 3 02 rite
Mt Vernon 102 03 fall
Paducah 95 02 rise
The gauge at tho foot of Broadway
registered a stage of 95 this morning
a rise of 03 In the last 24 hours
Weather clear Business brisk tram
fall 31 In the last 24 hours
Tho towboat Wllford brought an
other barge of crushed rock yesterday
for the bltnllthlc street work from
Rose laro on the Ohio river
The Clyde brought a load of pea
nuts In last night that filled half the
wharfboat After unloading here the
Clyde went on down io Joppa to dt
liver lumber and tobacco and will
come back hero to leave Wednesday
evening for tho Tennessee river
The Savannah Is expected In from
St Louis tonight on the In trip to
the Tennessee rherI
The John Hopkins arrived from
Evansvlllo this morning and left hu
m lately on the return trip
The Dick Fowler left at 8 oclock
this morning for tho round trip to
Cairo arriving hero tonight at 930
oclockThe
The Butlorft will arrive from
Clark vllle late tonight and leave
Wednesday at noon for Nashville
Official Forecasts
Tho Ohio at Evansvlll will con
lane falling during the next two or
three days At Mt Vernon will com
mence falling by tonight or Tuesday
morning At Paducah and Cairo nj
material change during tho next 12
to 24 hours then rise for several days
The Tennessee at Florence will
continue rising during the next 12 to
t hours At Johntonvllle will con
tinue rising during the nexttwo or
three days
The Mississippi from below St
Louis to Cairo very little change dur
ing tho next 24 to 36 hours
The Wabash and Cumberland and
Tennessee are letting wire water Into
the Ohio but there Is no prospect of a
Juno rise in the upper Ohio
Tho wind storm for half an hour
last evening made river craft grunt the
shore Ina hurry But few were
caught out of the harbor and no dam
age was done >
One of tho Paducah Transfer com
panys teams narrowly escaped serious
Injury at the wharf yesterday The
driver attempted to go straight down
the wharf Instead of circling down
and when the team reached tho gang
plank one horse went over the railing
almost into the river Tho horse was
Jarred so that It will have to lay off
for a few days
TheitrioaiXtwt
TheitrioaiXtwtThe
Tho Cliautauqua
The meeting last night was Inter
fered with bt the Inclemency of the
weather and the address ot Col lIam
The Snollygoster In Politics was
postponed until tonight
31r Amsbury will give a reading at
750 and Gob Ham address will fol
low If the weather Is favojrabl the
Indications aro for a good audience I
The program for tomorrow Is
830 Childrens Athletics Prof
U 0 Fletcher
930 Health Lecture b Prof
Fletcher1030Frauds
1030 Frauds of Spiritualism Dr
Krebs
Krebs230Dixie
300Ixle Before the War Dr
A E Lamar
4 IThe Eternal Feminine
Miss Hemenway
730 Heading Mr Amsbury
8 < O1cholas Nlcklesby Wil
liam S raids
lattleHollsllL
HOUSiilOMKltS
Should Pnimrc Sine JUcrptacle for
Holding Garbage
Thursday night the board of alJer
men will give final paisairo to the or
dtnntco for garbage disposal and a
committee of the board of health
which already lugs boon appointed Im
mediately will call for bids for the
contract Ito collect the garbage and
haul It to the boat operated by Elliott
Ghent who have the contract to
carry It out Into the currant of the
river Tho contract will be let for
three months and requires tho con
tractor to collect vegetable and animal
garbage from every residence and
business hedge In the city All
housekeepers should provide some
kind of can and place It where the
garbage mon can get them with the
least waste of time and effort
MUST SHOW GLEAN
RECORD TO BOARD
IolicG Department Will Itoiini
Up Certain Class
Chief CVIHns Snys Hn Hns llrnnl It I
OlniiluliHil That Women Put
ronltc Tlirm
IHS HIMTS ox CONDUCT
Tho general council refused to I
pass n resolution creating a saloon
district but the sense of tho board
of councilmen seemed to bo to weed
out objectionable saloon and tho
police department U l moro than will
ing to lend assistance In tho work
Last night tho board of council
men adopted a motion to hold a spe
cial committee meeting to hear com
plaint lodged against any saloon
and this morning James Collins
chief of pollco Instructed his men to
assist In this work as much as pos
sible
This morning I Instructed my
men to secure all witnesses and In
I formation possible against saloon
keepers who arc alleged to have
been permitting wonten to enter or
remain about their saloons or to live
In rooms abovo them he stated I
do not know personally of any such
violations of the law but some times
reports come which can not be ver
ified It the public will assist In tho
work and testify aa to what Is known
or alleged to bo known tho police
fojfco will not bo working at a dlsad
vantage As It Is a policeman Is tho
last person who Is ablo to secure any
evidence In such cases
However I Intend to assist In
weeding out thcsu places If such ex
Jst and the police department Is per
fectly willing to help
The general council Is determined
to refuse license to all coffee house
proprietors who havo not been ob
serving tho law and this Is ono way
adopted to loam where the obJec
ablo places are located The sense ot
the board Is to refine all proprietors
against whom a serious complaint
has been substantiated
r IN THE COURTS
Police Court t
Three cases Were docketed1in police
court this morning and court lasted
only live minutes Louis Rondo the
negro who it I charged with selling
liquor on Sunday without a license
was granted another continuance J
I P Farmer was fined 1 and costs for
drunkenness and Douglas Pryor and I
Frank James colored were fined fS j
and costs each for fighting
In Hnnkniptrjr
X five per cent dividend will be de
Senfrabankrupt
bankrupt fffectlvo tho 29th
oJ
Alljwlgeri 1110
S W Wilson a negro barber was I
yesterday tried by J J IMelcj acting
county Judge and adjudged a lunatic
by a Jury Ho was ordered confined
In the Hopklnsvlllo asylum anj will II
be taken there as Boon as the offiror
lire sent for him
811111 Heston
This afternoon at 3 clock tho board
or fire and police commissioners will
meet In special session pursuant to a
call from Mayor Yclscr to look Into
the difficulty between Patrolmen Wil
lara Rogers and Ernest Hill
Ihcils Klhil
Palona Glenn and others to J E
Mason property on Elizabeth street
42G
J M Worton and others to It C
Ogden property In tho Wortcii South
Side addition 1000
Lucy Davis and others to Silas N
Jones property on North Thirteenth
street 250
Andrew P Hambcrg to Samuel r l
iiigan property In Harahan addl
Uon 800
800Mnrrlake
Mnrriaftc Urrnscs
Marriage licenses were granted
the following
John Dub 22 years old and Jo
sie Wilson 7i years old colored
were yesterday granted a marrfago
license
Have Von n Cough
A dose of Dallards Horchouad
Syrup will relieve It Have you d
cold Try It for whooping cough for aslh
mil for consumption for bronchitis
Mrs Joe McGrath 327 F 1st street
lutichlnsoni Kans writes I have
used Ballards Homebound Syrup In
my family for 5 years and find It the
moat palatable medicine I ever used
fld by Alvey LIt
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A CIGAR STANDS
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The Greatest Cigar Outlet
National Cigar Stands number two thousand and each
eachIs thoughthe
the two thousand stands sell individually they buy as one
one1he ndvant
advantages
This is the greatest retail cigar outlet in the world and
has tradeThis
This wonderful concentration cuts out four intermediate
profits and brings cigars to the smoker nearer to cost of
ofIJroductlon
fwssibleu
CUBAROMA
I Clear Havana Cigar at 5c
Such a cigar has never before been retailed for less than 3 for 25c
StandnR This
Witness among others
lark and WhiteWIIsw = Sc
College Days 25cMt
25cAdad
Adad w = IC tir 7 for 25c
25cStirling
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Tltcro arc sIx National Cljjur StntiilH In PuUuciilt at the following aid L
druMMCM and only ut tltUHeitaiicIo can Natlunal CluaiM bu obinlnudf f
W B McPHERSON 335 Broadway 4
J D BACON 7th and Clay Stsot
J D BACON 7th and Jackson Stsi s t
G C GILBERT 1646 Myers St i
PETTITS RED CROSS PHARMACY 12th and Trimble Sts t JI
JAMES P SLEETH 900 Broadwayo J +
MANY DEALERS I I
1IISlIm TO HKMi IIOSK TO IAIIU
UXM run ini > iiTMKvr
James Itnlioii IoniMrly Srrrrlnry of
Ioiilvvlllo Driinrliiinit One of
the Sultamcn
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ITomorrow tbo Joint fire coiiimltteu
will meet to receive bids for 3000
feet of flio hose and representatives
from several big fire hose manufac
turing firms aro here to personally
Plato bids
Among those who are bare aro
Messrs James Ilohon of Louisville
and II F Pratt of New York rep
resenting tho Eureka Fire Hose com
pany of Now York James Minions
of the Manhattan Rubber company
St Louis Major A Davidson of tho I
Atlanta Fabric Fire Hoso company
G Ilyron of Byron Bros St Louis
IIIt Is probable that several moro rep
resentatives will be hero Tho 3000
feet of hose will cost from 80 to 90
rents a foot Tho lowest bidder will
bo recommended for tho contract by
tho committee at tho next board
meeting
Mr James Ilolion formerly was
secretary of tho lire department at
Louisville and Is thoroughly nc
quainted with material and equip
ment of a department Ho bus many
friends In Paducah
r DEATHS OF A DAY
IVIci Krrth
Pejer Kerth 82 years old father of
August Korth the well known line
typo operator employed on tho Sun
dlo < Jnl his homo 1n Evansville Ind
last night at 930 oclock of comps
cations Incident to old ago Ills
death was not unexpected Ho Is sur
rived by his wife and three other chit
dren besides his son August Kcrth
Jiro Frank Prltchott and Mn William
Gentry of Evansvlllo and Mrs Elmer
Smith of Indlanapolla Mr August
Kcrth went to Evan vlllo at noon to
ddysto attend tho funeral
1cllti itliciiiiinllini
Deep tearing or wrenchlnr paln
occasioned by getting wet through
worso when at rest or on first mov
ing the limbs and In cold or damp
weather Is cured quickly by Dal
lards Snow Liniment Oscar Oleson
A year ago Iwas troubled vltb a i
pain In my back H soon got so bad I
could not bend over Ono bottle of
Ballards Snow Liniment cured m3
Sold by Alyejr Lilt
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PUBLIC WORKS I
ISIII UIIK IIIIIIKJI AND
IltHIl TANK ON DUCK
IIEYIj j
IKanl Will Onislilrr These Miltrr >
nndQther Ihiinestt StlulI
Touiorlrlw
Tho board of public works will
meet tomorrow afternoon at 3
oclock U > hoar a report on the suc
cuts of tho street flushing marhlnn
tests and to mako some disposition
ot tho lighting plant and Island
creek brldO propositions
By tomorrow John Holmes who is
drawing tho second but of plans and
specifications for remodeling the
lighting plant will have his report
ready for submission and tho pub
lic Improvement committee has been
railed upon to meet to take tip 1 tho
bridge question Last night at tho
council meeting the bridge matter
was touched on and a committee
meeting was ordered for Monday
Other routine matters will con
sumo the remainder ot the afternoon
IP WASHINGTON HAD UXHITKfn
John U I 0 wN of IxinUrlllr Woulil
Ik Heir Appirint
It Washington had accepted ttio
American crown when It was offered
to Wm during the revolution who
would have been king today If
that dynasty had continued according
to lineal descent the reigning mon
arch Would bo one of IouIsvlIloB ro
ipoctol and honored citizens Mr
Qcorgo Washington Lewis Only
iwo rcjgps would have Intervened be
tween that of George I and the pro
ont day Mr LowU U I now eighty
seven years old and divides tho oven
ing of life between hero and Cal
fornlaV says the New York American
The heirapparent to this groat
throne would bave been Mr John C
Lewis 1 whorls one of Ixjulsvlllci
leading merchants Instoaif of being
known throughout the south as a
groat merchant prince presiding over
a groat department stare he would
bo living Icliurely 1n lire royal palace
looking forward to his coining toign
Louisville Post
John C Jowls wa recontly In
Ijiducah In attendance on tho Ktt
copal dloco an councll He l4a fine
looking vigorous man
Tho Texas Wonder
Circa all kidney bladder and rheu
matte troubles sold by L H Oehi
schlaeger 601 Broadway Dr E W
Hall offlc 2926 Olive street fit
Louis Mo I
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