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THE SUN HAS THE
LARGEST KNOWN
tCIRCULATioN t IN
PADUCAH
Convention Hall Chicago Juno 23
This the third sad hut II the great
el day of the Republican national
convention
y r Theodore Roosevelt was nominated
I a to suooetxl bluirelf in the white house
ObarlcH W Fairbanks United
States renator from Indiana was
named for vloo president It was n
i day of oratorical pyrotechnics and
the attendance was tho largest of the
salon
ustlonThe
The roll call for nominations for
president wan prdered Alabama tho
first on the list relinquished the place
of honor to the state oj Now York
4 Former Governor Black proceeded to
tho platform and nominated President
i Roosevelt land I wa greeted with wild
choeflI
cheers
I Governor Black mado a mutely
I speech and when ho mentioned the
a name of Roosevelt and closed the en
II I
thusiasm was uproarons
A delegation marched through tho
I hall waving flags and banners men
tobeorttl t and women waved handker
t chiefs
It was twenty throo minutes until
c order was restored When Benatofc
t Bemldgf of Indiana advanced to
r a second the nomination the cheering
was renamed
r Senator Bevorldgoa talk enthused
I f the convention and was frequently
Interrupted by applause When ho
concluded there was another brief
demonstrttlon at the mention of
noollQVeltEIGoornnrBradley
EsGovornnr Bradley of Kentucky
t f hnext 1 spoke making a speech which
aroused tho convention He was in
r r trounced by Speaker Cannon as com
t log from She pinto where Republicans
V Utako politics like whiskey straight U
At 190 President Roosevelt was
declared nominated receiving every
Tote Then began another demonstra
tion neUV jwh Vv I0llom witnessed in
public gatherings
h r BX BULLETIN
ii Oouventloavgrfall Chicago 10 a
mTho t + Convention lull rapidly
filled up vlfatyrr i scat filled
102V th0 wovontlon was called
to order 1 Up 1JInn Cannon
f 10SonThldtleo E Solnly
f opened the convention with prayer
l 1041The olerk called the roll
f j f of states for presentation of names of
candidates Alabama yielded to New
York ExGovernor Black came to
tho platform and Chairman Cannon
introduced him nmld great applause
1 Jf 1044 BxGovornor Black of Now
York in a spirited speech placed
then name of President Roosevelt in
nomination1100Chairman
1100 Chairman Cannon is I on the
platform with tstterod flag the band
f js playing delegations are on their
feet and a missive picture of Theo
lore ftoosevelt is I shown on the plat
form bringing forth renewed applanro
Jltll Delegates of New York aro
making a oiroult of the ball while
M
G
t Pabtuab ttU
t I VOL XVI NO 150 PADUCAH KY THURSDAY JUNE 23 1904 10 CENTS PERWEE
j ROOSEVELT ANDF FAIRBANKS
1 1 I 11 th HONORED ByT t HEIR PARTI
ltt 1
h tCli Rent the t Air When
y 1 Roosevelts Name Was
Mentioned
1ft
I 1 1 9Opposition to the Distinguished Standard
Bearers of Republicanism
1t 1
FaUNEQUALLED ORATORY MARKED SESSION
the band is i playing Star Spangled
Banner Chairman Cannon loads in
singing the Star Spangled Banner
Band now playing U Hot Time in the
Old Town Tonight It
1116 Convention still sbontlng
to Roosevelt Chairman Cannon
again appear on the platform with
the tattered flag which brings forth
renewed cheering Convention still
in an uproar
1110 Entire audlcDCi singing Star
Spangled Banner No sign of order
Delegation with rod white and blue
umbrella taking circuit of tho ball
1128 Chairman Cannon II using
gavel to bring the convention to Oder
113The 1 1 convention delegates nre
taking their scats
1182 Senator Bovoridgc of In
diana seconds Roosevelt nomina
tion1157George
1157 J George A Knight of Cull
torah seoocds Roosevelts nomina
tion
1220 p mHarry Btlllwoll Ed
wand of Georgia seconds President
Roose volt nomination
1235 Governor Bradley of Ben
tucky seconds the nomination of
President Roosevelt
112AI1 the states from Alabama
to Indiana baTe cast their entire vote
for President Roosevelt
1 21noll call ended with no name
mentioned but that of Roosevelt get
ting the total of 094 votes of the con
vention124Senator
124 Senator Charles W Fair
banks of Indiana was nominated for
vice president by Senator Dolliver of
Iowa129donator
129donator Depow seconds noml
nation of Fairbanks for vice president
147 Senator F L Foruker of
Ohio seconds the nomination of Fair
banks 3S2
2 11SA resolution was paused nam
ing Joseph G Cannon chairman of
tho committee to notify Theodore
Roosevelt of his nomination on July
27th and Ellhu Root chairman of the
committee to notify Senator Falrbankn
ot his nomination for vice president
on August 3rd
FREEMAN SOLDf
it I
WELL KNOWN PITCHER GOES t t1
TO NASHVILLE ON TRIAL
1
Jim Freeman PadnoAhs star
twirler hss been sold to Nashville on
trial Fisher of the Nashville team
has been after him for some time and
Fraeman will doubtless make good
lbe sale was completed today and
Freemen leaves at once If he suits f i
the price demanded for him which is e <
not made public will bo paid If not t t
the deal will be off
j
Marshal Jim Munal of Metrop I
oils is i improving from an attack ofI
blood polBoalug resolting from a pim 11 t
plo on the hand t
k
PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELTI I
tOM JOHN S SAnQENVS POHTIIA1T1 > 1 e
iJ F j SENATOR CHARLES W FAIRBANKS t1 11
TEXAS FOR PARKER
San Antonio Texas June 23The
State Democratic Convention finished
its business One of the strongest
lelegatlons ever elected in this stato
was chosen and instructed to cast
their vote for Judge Parker and to
rote as a unit on all questions
NO PESIDENC
Mr S S Barrett wire inspector
or tho Kentucky and Tennessee Board
of Underwriters II still working in
the business section of the city and
will probably not have t inn to go over
the residences to Inspect wiring Mr
larrett Is kept pretty busy here in
peoting business houses and will not
have time for tho residences on this
reds
r
t5 ayr
Russians are reported to live beer
surprised by the Japanese near Kai
ohon and to have lost 1200 men
One of tbo transports sunkby Rus
sian warships recently lost 1000000
in gold
goldTODAYS
TODAYS MARKETS
Furnished iy Paducah Commission
Co 109 Broadway
WnUT BlOB LOW CLOU
only gal M t
I14Js 1
coax
48Sept 1 >
Sept l 14 4f f l 48f
oats
July I j ° l
3s
Cotton
July v 10 40
40AUK
ejOcl
Oct r a fo
Of1 i 9 49
STOCKS
1
J Co f31 1
btkN no
Mo Pnn a QJ
SB tt rt 91 <
US P Y I
1
JAPANESE ARMIES
ARE UNITING NOW
9
Concerted Attack on Port Ar
thur Deported
Only Vague Rumors of Fighting
Received in Today Din
patches
>
KUROPATKIN IS IN CHARGE
Tokio Juno 23 Dispatches tofay
announce that the advance guards of
the armies of Generals Oku and
Nodzu have effected a conjunction
near Eaiping Tho Russians are
gradually withdrawing from their old
positions to stronger ones extending
from Eaiping to Baioheng
LAND AND SEA ATTACK
Chefo Juno 23It is reported the
Japaneso made a determined land
and sea attack on Port Arthur Wed
nesday
EUROPATKIN TAKES CHARGE
Llao Yang Jane 28 General
Kuropatkin has personally taken
charge of the Russian army mobil
I
ized hero
heroRUMORS
RUMORS OF BATTLE 0 r
Liao Yang June 23The Japanese
army base at Bin Yen is evidently
strongly established along a llne from
Kai Chan to Yentas
Rumors of a battlo northeast of Kai
Onan are I evidently correct The Japa
nose this week advanced to a point
sixteen miles east of Kai Ohnu but
retiredSpectators
Spectators at the battle of Vafang
tien claim to have seen on one ooca
sion three horsemen appear on a hill
one of whom according to a Russian
officer resembling elthor an American
or British attache fell from his hone
when the Russians fired and was evi
dently killed f
The battle of Vafangtien almost ox
actly resembled the battle of Stone
River near Murfreosboio Tenn in
180363 during the 0111 War The
Russians abandoned their gum and
the Japanese pursued them for twelve
hours bivouacking at nightfall in the
position held by tho Russians on the i
preceding day
T
DUEL FOR HOURS
Merchants of Sarah Miss the
r Combatants
<
Over Seventyfive Shots Wero Ex
changed and two Wounded
Sarah Miss Jane 2SA dispute
arose between L A < Johnston and
Asa Moon merchants of this place
over some cattle which terminated
in the shooting of both parties The
shooting began about 980 a m and
lasted until noon during which time
over 75 shots were exchanged Samuel
Moon brother of Asa came from
Orenshaw arriving hero about 030
a mIwben the shooting began He
and his brother with a shotgun each
and a pistol also hold up until 12
oclock when they went homo A
negro boy came with a shotgun for
Johnson and was fired upon by Sam
Moon bntTnot hit Asa Moon Is under
care of his physioiaui now being
shot in the face and body L A
Johnson is also in bed being shot in
the aide and arm with buckshot Both
parties are resting easy now
w
FORTY THREE LOST
IN EUROPE TODAY
Lightning Kills TwentyThree
> and Floods Twenty
Immense Damage Dono to Crops
In Moravia and Hnngray
Austria
i i >
t
BLOOUM VICTIMS NOW 883
Vienna Jane 23 Terrible hail
storms wept over parti of Moravia
and Hungary last night and today
Immense damage was done to crops
and twentythree people were killed
by lightning and twenty drowned by
overflowing rivers
883 BODIES TO DATE
Now York Juno 23The finding
of victims of the Sloonm disaster is
much slower now and it appears that
the treat bulk of dead are recovered
The total bodies found are now 883
of which 780 have been identified
There is no accurate record of the
missingSTILL 0
STILL UNCERTAIN
WHEN THE AMERIOANS WILL
BE RELEASED BY BANDITS
Tangier JUDe 23The prisoners to
be exchanged for Perdicaris and Var
ley left Tangier today in charge of
the sheriff of Wazwan They will
travel to Bonimesnar whore an ex
change will take place probably to
day
AT BOONEYILLE
MRS J W STONE GRAND
MOTHER OF MRS KATE
CRAIG DIED TODAY
Mrs J W Stone of Booneville
Ind grandmother of Mrs Kate Craig
and Miss Helen Stone of this city
died today in tioonevillo She was 82
years of age and had 83 children
grandchildren and great grandchil
drenMrs
Mrs Craig and daughter Miss Flos
sic Craig went to Boonevtllo this
afternoon to attend the funeral
DRANK WHISKEY
i
HOT WILL MINOR DIDNT1 DIE
THIS TIME
A report was received by the police
this morning to the effect that Will
Minor colored who resides on South
Eigth street near Ohio had drunk
three pints of whiskey and died but
the repcrt was erroneous Minor did
drink a great deal of liquor and was
In a serious condition during the
night He was alright this morning
however and able to eat breakfast
1
1ONLY TWO
PATIENTS IN THE PEST HOUSE
AT PRESENT
With the dismissal of Edgar Thomas
from the post house yesterday there
remain but two patients Thomas
Owen and G W MoOaw both of
whom are doing well Pest House
Keeper Wheelis stated this morning
that both patients were doing wall
and ho did not expect to line them in
long J
1NEAIY
NEAKLY > EVERYB <
INPADUCAH
PADUCAHREADST1m
READS THE SU
DO YOU
THE SHOT Y JZZED
BY SLEEPER HEA
lit
i
fc 4
UnknownNeffrSfihffota Throb
5 I
a Door t
Mr Houston MoCldea LWMJ Arpw
J I Y N
to Hear Lead Pacing Over
111wr
I R
THE NEGRO MADE HIS ISQA
j
Mr Houston McClure who real l
near Seventh and Teaaesiee fitreei
narrowly escapeiiibalng rtot end sets
onsly wounded If not killed Ins I
night about 11 ocloe f
Mr MoOlnre was sleeping 111t tb
front room of his residence next to
door oper log out oa tlie front porch
He was awakened by apistol j III >
which was followed closely by the eee A
ond Tho bullet in the second
time pierced tkew work of the
door and narrowly ljS l Mr Me
Olnre passing jut vWKtibed
Mr McClure luwMlyf arose lad
opened the door to J8 daiWjijro stand
ing in thetstteer pistol tai jMBif Ifs
asked him VhtHie rrsaut by shooting
and the negro replied that hew
shooting a del whieti HriTjiriijssr
after him There war iKJCa dog In
sight and nonoUe of cleg barking had
been heard previMM t t4the t iriig at
the itiots and lit WMtkaown > what
the negro meant by e4oh ooodno j
which was dangerous to sy the leas
He had theplstol iiikii hand aid
could not bo arrestedfor carrying it
concealed He left that vlseinity ira
mediately after the rheetiag e and the
officers have been naablete locate t
him They will arrest > c the iwfro if W
t T <
can be identified >
t
This morning about 1 oclock two
pistol shots were fired ia the neigh f
borbood of 12th and Tenmsiio streets
but nothing definite i lA Mltaraed I
Restware
about them Resl WW ware iwak
ened by the shots and Several went to
the windows and doors to investigate
but saw no one It li tk fht the
shot were fired by the sase person
who fired into Mr iIostdsi McGluras
house earlier in thoniglrt s t
STRENUOUS fmRJJ J
1 i
WORLDSOORRlflPOirpjlMT WILL
ALIVE BUT KJWMBLY
DISFIQURsk
New York June 33 Tt 8venn
World received a aaWsjrtin + today
dated ° SiiannaokwaaV urea Edwin
Emerson Jr its oorrespindent it
reported he was shot Inrtt Ijjr the Ros
lans and later by the > JafMum Tbli
cablegram proves hels strive
I
CINDERS AFIRE
1
I
LONG STRETCH KKAB THB I d
DEPOT BURNING THREE
DA il
6
There is a fire at feeMKl ef the boil
I C passenger depot om the east
side of the mala yllaa which au
been burning three days and can act
be extinguished l A Jesg It ijIaor
slack cinders lntwH ixed with
waste and other infi stafff
f h < TSFT
caught fire and was eol vs1r
yesterday Several taste <
have been throws oalt to exti
the fire and prevent a ties J fro
ing burned bat thin didlfttl
and today along > e ewlUbej
and tho stretch ot piitders i ir
soaked A

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