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VOL IX NO 238 PADUCAH KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 10 1902 10 CENTS PER WEEK
J Ij CHORUS GIRL DIES
lumped Overboard a Boat After a
Quarrel With Husband
Chicago Capitalist la New York to
QElfect Q i a Consolidation of Ken
tucky Coal Field
NO SETTLEMENT OF STRIKE
CHORUS GIRL SUICIDES
f Lonirrlllo Oct 101h James T
Kelly a chorus girl with the Ping
Pong company en rants from Madi
son Ind here committed suckle by
jumping overboard the steamer llano
rer The cause was a quarrel with
her husband
TOWARDS CuSJHOLlDATlNG
CuSJHOLlDATlNGTHE
THE INTERESTS
Now You Oct 10Leander O
JiJ ° Chicago capitalist with a I I
number of western mllllonalrei con
etro + li J extensive coal fields In lea1 1
tacky from the CnmbirUnd moun i
tain to the Ohio It in Wall street
arranging with other coal operators I
in the Blue Grass state to conioll
date the Interest
NOTHING DONE ABOUT STRIKE
New York Oct 10A conference
of Republican polltlclani and coal
operators was relumed today with
Pierpont Morgan present but nothing
definite bal been done John Mitch
ell will leave the metropolis this after
noon
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT OUT
Washington Oct 10 Preildent
Roosevelt made fall first appearance
this morning on crutches when he
rilked from the temporary White
lonst to the carriage In which he and
lira Roosevelt took an hours ride
O A US GO TO
TOHAH
HAH FRANCISCO
Washington Oct IoSaa Francis
co hu been selected ai the next place
for holding the O A R meeting j
TEST RUNS
BIO ENGINES DEMONSTRATING
THEm POWER TODAY
Today test runs are being made on
the IlUnoti Central road between Jack
son Term and Paducah and tbo big
now 600 clan engines are being mod
1 Today at 1 oclock engine No 055
3 cf the biggest freight engines on
the Illlnoli Central was brought here
horn Jackson pnlllng 750 toni of dead
fnlght and another engine was
twitched on and started back Immedi
ately upon the formers arrival hero
The test It being made to lee the peed
and the pnlllng power of the big machines
chine The remit of the test has not
yet been learned
MANIA FOR MATRIMONY
Owentboro Oct 1 010 record was
tall shed In the Davleii circuit court
4 T lI t y the granting of six divorcee
tnrntubandi and four wives were
iluttffi in the various action
TM most Important cue was that of
Eo T Mattlngly a well known cltl
iien lie wag married for the third
j time In six years and had been epar
ited from his wife for a year Within
tire minute after the decree of dl
force was handed down In his case he
iltd secured a license and was married
LitlM Ida Hayden Mattlngly 05
Iptri old and his latest bride II 40
Egnli F Green deeds to Henry Al
lft for 800 property In the county
THE MARKETS
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THREE WERE KILLED
Sequel to an Old Feud at Eldorado
Ark Yesterday
It Was a IlandtoHand Fight and
Few Escaped Without Home
Injuries
A
A MOST TERRIBLE TRAGEDY
Pine Bluff Ark Oct 10 Eldora
do Union county was yesterday at
ttrnocm the iccne of the wont tragedy
which bas aver occurred In that 100
Him of the state Three men wore
killed 1 one will die and two othori
wore wounded
The dead are II L Denting constable
table Tom Parnell farmer Walter i
farnell farmer
The wounded Our II Tnckerclty
marshal shot lU time and will die
Dr Hilton wound not serious i Jim
Parncll not serious I
The shooting li I the sequel to the
killing September 18 by Dealing of
Robert Mullen which followed a
wedding On September 14 Mr Puck
etl of Texarkana arrived In Eldorado
to marry Miss Jessie Stevenson who
WM employed In Unlleni photograph
gallery The following morning he
called at the studio to nee the young I
lady and was attacked by Mnlleni
and forced to flee for hit life leafing
behind hit hone and buggy Mnlleni
claiming that be Mullen was en
gaged to the young lady Puckett re
turned with City Manhal Tucker and
secured his hone and was that night
married under the protection of the
Cfflcen taking the night train tor
Tes rha They beard that Mullen
Intended to Intercept them at a small
station several mile away and Hiked
Marshal Tucker and Constable Dear
Ing to accompany them which they
didWhen
When the station which li I known
McMnrrlan wai reached Wallace
was on the platform and was arrest
ed ai he itarted to board the train
and brought to this place where he
heI
heIwas I
was released oa bond late In the after
noon At 0 P in Millions met Con
table Dcarlng on the street and at
tacked him for the arrest In the
light Dtarlng shot Mullen with a pis
tol and the latter died the following
morning
The Parnell boys were friend of
Mullen and Thomas Newton was a
Friend of Dearlng
Since the killing of Mnlleni all the
parties hare been going heavily armed
Yesterday afternoon Jim Parnell
end Newton had some word but no
one was Injured It seems that both
Factions prepared for trouble and It
came when they met It was at 480
that Dearlng Tucker and Newton
wore walking along when they met
the three Parnell brothers Jim Par
sell li laid to hare fired at Newton and
tn an instant the fnilllade began
About 7B shots were fired and It
sounded like a regular battle The
men were 10 close together that their
Aim WM deadly It developed lab a
mantomaa affair Dearlng and Tom
Parnoll emptying their several pistols
it each other at a dlitanooio close
that when they fell unable to ihoot
my more their bodies formed a crow
Tho others were firing promiscuously
and It li supposed that a shot from
Marshal Tucker pistol killed Walter
ParnelL Tucker was ihot six time
and will die Dr Hilton who tried
to separate the men was also ihotbnt
not fatally
fatallyIt
It li laid that just as the smote
was clearing away Newton law Jim
Parnell standing over the bodies of the
three dead and two wounded men and
ran up and pointed his pistol at his
head
iendMy
My gun li empty laid Parnell
throwing the weapon down
Newton did not take advantage of
tie unarmed man and did not ihoot
ur
WORKMANS FOOT MASHED
Will Daniel colored employed at
the Paducah city railway power home
had a foot mashed this morning while I
at work putting up machinery In the
power home The Injury was pain
ful but not serious Dr Frank Boyd
dressed the wound
I Subscribe fIr Tho Bon
RIGHT WORD IN RIGHT PLACE
WHEN WE SAY TO RIGHT DRESSERS
Our complete line of MENS BOYS and CHILDRENS SUITS and OVER
COATS for fall and winter wear are RIGHT up to date Never before In
the history of our store have we been more able to show you a larger stock
of fashionable clothing We must follow closely the seasons and fashions
and at the same time keep a careful watch that Comfort Quality Variety
and Price rceieves due consideration in gathering the stock Our store for
men is successful growing more so every day tl tl tl tl ae tl
Do You Have to Have a
New Overcoat
THEM i see us
Short coats of plain covert cloth me
dium lengths of dark and light colors
long carvenettes are just the thing for
the rain Come to our store and let us
assist you to buy your overcoat
NECKWEAR
tart receives too doses il lncb
poorla hand all nobby and up
U oi Mill ends Your
todate patterns
cholto as long u they hit age
SHIRTS
It is needless to say that our
JOO and 150 shirts are of the
handsomeest patterns for this fall I
that can be found and for style E
and comfort the Manhattan has
no equal J10 J t fo Io J10 I
PRESIDENT BuN HERE
THE OIIILDHENS HOME TO DE
MOVED TO NEW QUAR
TERS BOON
Mr George L Sehon of Louisville
president of the Kentucky Children
Home iocletyii In the city today a
guest at the Palmer house The so
ciety li doing a good work lu the state
and ii prosperous but could me more
fund than It baa It hat only recent
ly purchased a now home In Louis
ville and will occupy It at once Cash
was paid l for It and It Is In a very de
sirable location
The object of the society li to tako
charge of homeless children or those tn
Improper bands and keep them until
homes ran bt found for them
MORRISUARDIN
Union City Oct 10 John Morris
and MIn Eats Hardln of Deelorton
KyM wero married in front of the
court house but evening while seated
In their buggy the ceremony being
said by Squire W B StovalL The
bride and groom were accompanied by
four other couplet
t 4
Suits for Business Men
And Suits For You
The season has come when we have to throw
off our summer suits and put on a a heavier one
So come to our store where you have a nice va
riety to select from and some extremely nobby
ones in the lot Our store for many years has ex
celled all others and we still intend to do so yet
So come in now and let us help you to make a
I good selection for the coming seasons
Not at Home Cant Feel at Home in an Old Hat
Throw away that old one and buy one of our new ones
Thy make your head feel f bitter Our fall hats arc
just the things in all shapes and makes soff Alpine in
every shape is very swell also Dunlap Hawes and
Young Bros in the Derby hatsWe have them all and
can suit you in your fall head gear f Jfo j 4 o Jfo
Heavenly Underwear for
Worldly Wear
Frost may be looked for at aey time also
heavy underwear DOlt to have It ready
to put on In the morning Get In line and
wait for Jack with our underwear
60c TO 500
HAVE NOT BEEN SHOD
Then dont let others shoe you with
shoddy shoes when we are agent
for the Celebrated StacyAdams and Net
tleton shots
RUPTURED AN ARTERY
BRICKLAYER FELL ON FOURTH
STREET THIS MORNING
George Hubbell a bricklayer resid
Ing at the LoBloom hotel on West
Broadway fell to the pavement this
morning and ruptured an artery In his
forehead He fell on North Fourth
street near Broadway and was carried
to the city hall where the wound
was dressed by City Physician Robert
Rivers The forehead was badly out
ana It required tome little time to
tie tho artery and stop the flow of
blood He was sent to his hotel soon
after the Injury had been dressed and
li not thought to be seriously in
jured
juredEARNINGS
EARNINGS INCREASED
Nathvllle Oct 10Tbo earnings of
the Nashville Chattanooga and St
Louis railway for the lint week of Oc
tober how an increase of 3183188
over the corresponding week of last
I
year
yearMrs
I Mrs Ed Wetherlngton ti nightly
I better today
todayk L
IN POLICE COURT
MISDEMEANOR OASES ON THE
DOCKET THIS MORNING
Dud Dobion colored was fined 20
and costs for gaming in the police I
court this morning i
Ed Qntttar for being drunk and dli i
orderly was fined 20 and oeatI I
Ed and Minnie Robert colored who I
had a fight wore tried and the man
fined 120 and costs maaI I
Walter Hannon a boy staying at the
cordage factory was fined ell and
costs for slapping another boy and
judgment was impended during good
behavior The other boy told the
inperlnendent that Hannoq spit on
someone else which caused the lap
ping
James Acklm and Pink Blackburn
for plain drunks were fined 1 and
costs
costsSAD
SAD AFFAIR AT MAYFIELD
Mayfield Oct 10 Martin Rule
while playing with a pistol last night
accidentally shot hit brother llardln
hisy
condition li considered serious
HAVE YOU VISITED I
Our Childrens Department
Our school suits for boys in fan
cy cheviots are something you
cant afford to miss before you buy
your boy a suit
We have made a special effort toA t
lead iu this department and J hav
ing the largest selectttinof suits
ranging from 250 to 5 oo we In
vite your closest Inspection Ask
I to see our splendid school suits
HOSIERY
Large line of fancy hose
Black with embroidered fig
ures Fancy Stripes In fall
weights
SWEATERS I
Sweaters are an alltheyear
round garment but their real sea
i son is just beginning See our
j window display for something
new in sweaters J fo 0
SPARK IN POWDER KEG
THREE MEN KILLED AND SIX
OTHERS DANGEROUSLY
BURNED
Siloam Springs Ark Oct IoAt
Oravette 20 miles north of here
while a gang of men wore at wotk
blasting In a cut on the Kansas City
Southern railroad some parka by ac
cident got Into a lot of powder con
sisting of about 20 kegs which ex
ploded with terrific force Instantly
killing three men and dangerously
burning six others none of whom are
expected to live Tho names of those
killed are Elias Stokes Walter Holllo
William Fudge All reside in Ora
vctte
TAKING DEPOSITIONS
Judge John F Allen Frank Bier
mona John J Morton J D B De
Bow W II Washing ton and D L Se
hxo of Niihvllle are here today tak =
Ing depositions In an N 0 and St L
case at Nashville They are alt prom
inent men
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