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Jlich Gold Find Made in Hardin
STRIKERS ATTEMPTING VIOLENCE
Prospect f a FirstLltum Lynching
OTHER UTE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
KHzabeUitown, Ky., Aug. C.
Gold bu cen found In Kentucky.
A ricb ttriko.hu been made in this
county, tho dirt assaying SCO per
ton. Prospector are already rushing
to the scene ofythe discovery and
leases of the surrounding territory
nre in demand.
MUKDEK AND) SUICIDE.
'I crrible Action of it Grand Itaplds
Gland Rapids, Mich., Aug. C.
Honry Doling, a prominent merchant
of tals city, shot and killed his
wife and then poisoned himself. It
Is thought that domestic trouble was,
OLD, ENMITY THE CAUSE.
Eniplo yof tlio Knoxylllo Petition
Ofljlcv Murders Ilia
Knoxvllle,Teqn., Aug. 6, Frank
Altle this morning stabbed and killed
Lorenzo McConneh his dcakniatc.
Hoth were employes hi the pension
office. They were old nemics.
LYNCHING IN 1'KpSPKCT.
l)oath to Bo tlio Puu(auniculFr
Assnultlns a LiUIe Olrl.
Crystal Fall, Allan., Aug. C.
The miners bore are forming a mob
for the panose of lynching -a white
man by tbcoamn oTon bonds, who
cowwftled aa asMult upon a little
IsMnitj, but it la
Kays Hollos Not Intimidated Witnesses
Mlddlesborough, Ky., Aug. 5.
Intimate friends of Congressman Dave
Colson stoutly deny the report published
In a Louisville- paper stating
that he ru on the scene with a com
plete arsenal and was attempting to.
intimidate W$' court, witnesses and
all connected with tho defense. Col-eon
claims it is the work of political
enemies, and will in all probability
tako Jcgal action against the paper in
rSetlon for injury to character.
Interest In the caso increases hourly
among the friends of both parties in
CAPTURED A TRAIN
Miners Apparently Determined
to IJave a Freo Hide-
Huo Poj.sci.sion of a Train and
Wljl Neither Leave Nor Pay
Washington, Ind., Aug. 6. Over
100 marching strikers from Linton
arrived at Klnora, lhs county, yesterday
morning, and about 9 o'clock
when a south bound freight train on
tho Evansvillc & Indianapolis railroad
polled into the station the
strikers lwarded it. Tho trainmen
ordered tho men ff, and thoy declared
they would,toot leave the train
until they reached Little's station,
where they proposed to join tho men
now In camp there and assist in
forcing tho miners to quit work.
The train was finally pulled Into a
sidctracjc, whoro it still stands tonight.
The strikers are sitting about
upon pars, apparently well contented.
I)cpuy Sheriff Hay Hill was sent to
tho socno at noon yesterday. In rent
tb his demand that the strikers
abandon tho train thoy said they
would moyo when tho train did, not
minor. Railroad ofllcials arrived In
tho city lastiycning, and today
asked tho court toOrdcr tho men to
pay for their transportation or get oh
Tho men wcro joined last night by
n hundred from Alum Cavo hnd
Hill. Sullivan county.
Troops wcro ordered' to Klnorn
this morning in order lo force the
men to leave tho trnjn. There imy
i.n trnliniC. 3 WW uiku otuw unci
1111 ned to havo a free ride.
To TlcUp Hero.
Wheeling, W. Ya., Aug. G.-At
Firmont, tho tie-up promised by Or-
nui.cr Uao has uot ma terh. icd, I
h...i .oiiU from a few men at Clarks
lucre aro no addition! to tho
inkers. In Kanawha vaIoy all but
oi;So are working On tho Nor.
folk & Western me oinc fiw v-
Taken Out lor .George Bryant
EO M'BRIDE, FROM HENDERSON,
Arrived at Noon, Hut railed to
BRYANT WILL EE
Mr. Ed McHHde arrircd at noon
from Ilcndcrsorj to identify George
Bryant, alias Thomas Anderson, the
negro arrested dy before yesterday
for tho alleged murder of Jeff Hancock
near Henderson in May, 1888.
Mr. McBrido examined the prisoner
and said that he looked like the
right man, but that h could not
swear positively that he was tho right
Mr. Hancock, of Henderson, telegraphed
that if McBridc could not
Identify tho man he would send some
one who could, and Marshal Collins
telegraphed back that McUride could
not identify him, hence 'tho other
man is expected from Henderson tonight.
Marshal Collins has lieon In doubt
all the time as to whether ho had the
right man or not and said this afternoon
that If tho other man was not
sent from Hcndrrson ho would release
the prisoner tonight or if ho
came and failed to identify him he
would rcleaso him at once.
Major Joyiah Harris, as attorney
for the prisoner, this forenoon went
before Judge Bishop and took out a
writ of habeas corpus for llryant.
Tho caso ( set for trial at 10 o'clock
Monday oiorning. It U extremely
likely that the Recused will go free,
as it will b well nigh Impossible for
any ono who knew him nine years
ago to identify him now.
BLOWN TQ DEATH
Fearful Explosion In a Fire In
t by PaHliic WhIIh
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Chicago, Aug. C. Only four
lives wore lost In he explosion which
took place last cycnlng during a lire
in tho Northwcjiorn grain elevator,
at Cook and West Water streets.
Three of the ' dead aro firemen and
the body of another fireman is known
to be buried in tho ruins of the ele
From th force with which the explosion
swept the xpot on which they
were standing, (t is certain they must
have been instantly killed. Either
the bursting of a boiler or the explosion
of mill dust caused the awful
In all, firemen were In
jured, llusides iheac, dozens of fire
men and ere more or
less cut and by glass and Hying
To Beach Klondike By tho Yukon
Biyei ,Kout Before the
Bic Freeze cVines.
For Months Other Prospectors
Will llaVv. Lougor Journeys.
Arrangements for .Mulls.
Seattle, Wash. ,V Aug. 6. Tho
steamship Cleveland, under charter
to the North American Transportation
& Trading Company, jailed for
St. Michaol'a today wijh 200 passengers,
bound for Klondike, nui 5,000
tons of freight. Passengers and
ficght will bo transferred to river
steamers at St. Michael's.
Tho Cleveland is tho lost steamer
this year to connect with tho Yukon
river boats from St. Michael's.
TkcIvo or tlttccn rooro steamers arc
yet to lcavo for Alaska this month
with prospectors for Yukon, but all
will go to Dyca and tako the laud
route over tle Whito Pass and canoe
uown tuo river.
Among tho passengers on tho
Cleveland wcnrQ'apt. F, m. Ray and
Lieut. Hichardson. U. S. A., who
will bo followed noxr spring by sixty
soldiers from Fort IiusVll.
Will bo Established hy tlio Hornx
King Ncnr Now York.
Oakland, Cal.jAug. 5. F. I.
Smith, tho "borax king," will establish
a million dollar refinery near
New York, y employ 200 men. The
Dlngley tariff bill placed a duty of
SO a ion ujn imported borax, giving
Mr. Smith an opportunity to
compete in with borax
Imported from TurRy and South
America. Tho new refinery will be
tho principal ono opemted by Mr.
Smith. Tho borax will bo shipped
from Sou t liein California in a raw
CIKCLi: CITY WINTER MAILS.
A Monthly Trip to He Mndo Over
Washington. Auc' 6. Tho hosts
that hare emigrated to. tho Klondike
gold ilclds during tlii past month
will not bo wholly without postal
facilities during tho coming winter.
There will be one round trip a month
to Circle City until July 1 of next
year, luis monthly eervlcej organ
on tho first of last month, and while
no routo is specially designated, it
will be via tho Chilcoot pass. This
service carries Vmly letter mall, no
provision being made for other classes
of mattKr. Hcnvjx niall has been
carried so far underNj contract for
ilvo steamer trips via the Yukon
river, and the last of the five trips
will bo started from San Francisco
about September 1. ItIs doubtful
whether the last expedition can pro
ceed all tho way, for in tho latter
part of September the Yukon Is
usually frozen over The contract
allows the carriage of mails to tho
cxivui ui iivu tuns 'in wcigut, aim ny
the time the mnijs now on the way
reach tlio Circle City district and are
forwarded into the diggings into
which tho rush has been made the
prospectors will ba Veil supplied with
PRAISE FOR GAGE.
Lavish Eiicomiuins Helped Up
on Him for His Changes
IIIh Order lias Satisfied Reformers
nnd the Spoilsmen Who
Journal. Secretary Gage fa wearing
a nroait smile 01 saiismcuon uicse
warm summer days. This plu in
his face is duo to tho' lavish encomiums
heaped upon tho president for
tho recent dvU scp'ice order. Gage
Is tho father of tlrat orderW It is not
quite bo far-reaching ns he Intcndctl
it to be when ho started out to framo
it. Hut it Is pretty, good for a starter.
Next timo he may do better.
Ho had some fear .-., first that lifting
the protection of the civil service
from 450 I at 'JolAiTrodlfi bring .down
upon him TyTT?tk jithe civil ser
vice ru oHHHHIIMk tafea UtAuvM
".7 T4. SwXT t
Imo aasne, WMIM IHillHl I
71 nd o fros CTBXJSEI. rtii1iiB. Bl CIIBTCM
civil seaAmttjstmm. tucn no was
not nllntrnflirr Its. fiAt Hint .lliU
would shield him from tho attack 0fruUncl(3 S9m'8 ml?loa bad made,
.1 i... v I tIto wata." replied tilt- nfll.
Then it was tht Assistant Secretary
Ynndcrllpcauvo to his rcscuo by
suggesting that a clause be inserted
in the order providing that henceforth
no clerk should bo dsuuargcd with
out written charges and an opportunity
to reply to them.
J. ins was shown to the
Tho latter knew ,tltat pretty nearlv
all contemplated changes in the civil
service having been made, such a
clause would yot only be amplo pro
tection against criticism from the
leader of tho civil service, but at the
same time protect such clerks ns had
been promoted or nppoiutcd since
March -i, last, from the assault of
future Democratic administration.
Naturally, therefore, he accepted
Vauderllip's suggestion, and tho
clause was inserted.
Prominence was given to this
clause in tho order. Hut nothing
was said about tho -150 fat jobs
placed at the Option of tho spoilsmen.
Tlio uuluitlatci swallowed the older
as u groat advance, lrulscs uegau
to fall upon the lidmlnlstrallon like
snowllakrs in tho Arctic. Thus at
ouc stroke tho civil service reformers
and tho spoilsmen arc please 1. Gage
smiles. And all's, well on the Poto
TKUTH ABOUT IT.
Micro Woro Only Eli-lit Men nt
that Dawson Sllvcrllo Conference
Dawson, Ky., Aug. 5. (Special
to tho Times). Since misleading re
ports regarding the conference of
hllvcrite leaders at this place havo
gone forth, it may bo well In tho In
terests of history to reveal the tardy
truth. Previous reports hjd tho conference
largely attended by representative
silver meu from all over the
state, when, as a matter of fact, tho
attendance at tho pow-wow was
eight John Hhea, Hill Gocbelj Ollic
James and ilvo others. Sunday was
a warm day and the natural drj'Lcss
was accentuated by tlio prohibition
laws in force here. In view of these
facts it can readily be imagined that
weighty subjects wcro not discussed
with any beriousnos, and nioH of tho
I'mc was siuui 1 J Hiieuiiuiiiuc illicit-
tion to the bottles which tho confer-
rces, with rare foresight, had brought
with them. OfVourso thcro was talk
of UillGocbcl for Qovcrnor and Ollio
Junics for congrcssv but whoever
heard of n sllverito conferenco where
tho chauccs of tho conferreca for office
were not disousscd?
Atkinson's Say. j
Washington, Aug. 6. Gov. Atkinson,
of Wast Virginia, ha3 written
11 reply to tho labor leader who recently
conferred with hiru' regarding
thominers's strike, tiling them ho
favors frco speech and will accord
Deputy U. S. Marshal La Iluo
WENT TO FREEDOM'S CORNER,
liud Ojulte An Exciting llxpcrlcuco
' -The Prisoner Wanted
Also at Ilcutoi.
WILL BE TRIED 1M1DAY.
Wesley Dcpew, alias Price, wrs
arrcated near Hirmiugham, Marshall
C' jnty, yesterday afternoon by Deputy
U. S. Marshal LaRue, on a1
diac of violnUDg tho revenue lawv
The arrest Was mndo in the heart
of I rcedora's Corner." Tho dciM
uty marshal reached the place, and
inquiring for tho. town marshal
found him. Ho then asked whera
Price resided, and tho house wo3
pointed out to him. He asked the
town marshal to got Into tho buggy
with him, and drovo post the houbo
Depev was in the yard, and nftcO
getting about a square past the house
descended from the vehicle and
leisurely walked back.
"Is your natno Prico' he askedt
"No, it's Dcpew," was tho reply.
"Don't they call you Price sometimes?"
"Yes, after ray grandmother."
"Well, you'ro the man I'm look
Ing for," concluded tuo rcvonue.
olliccr, as hojaid his hand gently on
tho prisoner' shoulder.
Dcpcw's wife as soon as shf
learned that her husband was
under arrest, began to cry, and dis
torted her face into all kinds of
"If you knew how ugly you looked,"
tho o(lIc,er remarked, "you'd
quit." Mrs. Dcpew tearfully slammed
tho door in his faco and vanished.
Mr. Dcpcw's sister then proceeded
intoono of tho streets, and instead .cf,
there having hysterics., had a regular
old timo fit. There was great excitement
created in the village over the
The olllcer drove back to Hcntou,
Vholo journey of 2 miles bavirnr
u made In live hodra. A W
l our man must have been wait-
ng foryou," the sheriff at Benton
said, when he realized what a quick
"but ho dUln't know if" It was then
ldarncd that there aro two
at Uenton against him, one for
selling whiskey without a license, and
another for carrying concealed weapons,
The Hcnton authorities had
been looking for hlin over a year.
Depow, alias Price, was brought to
tho city, and released on bond until
Monday, when his examining trial
will be held before Comtnissioncr J.
He claims ho only bought a quarter's
worth of whiskey or a friend
and when he delivered it had the
money which he had' pnid out of his
own pocket, returned to him.
Forclcu Admirals Talk to Tur-
koy'e Representative 011 the
Inland of Crete.
Canca, Island of Crete, Aug. 5.
The admirals in command of the foreign
lleots in Cretan waters today Informed
tho Turkish, governor of
Crete of their decision to prevent the
Turkish squadron, which left the
Dardanelles on Tuesday last for
Crete, from staying in fjretan waters,
l'iie answer of tho governor was that
ho had received a communication
from the Turkish, government denying
that tho latter bad despatched a
licet or troops to Crete, Jnnd stating
that tho Turkish Bquadron, concerning
whose movements tlicre had been
so much comment, was going to
Sigri, island of Mitylene.
UNDHR Tlilj: HAWAIIAN FLAG.
Pad lie Mail Steamship Chiua
Will Sail From, San Francisco.
San FranciscoT"Aug. 5. Tho Pa-
eiflo Steamship Company1 steamship
vuuui simcu out 01 iiiu pun 01 ouu
Francisco today flying tlio ilawaiiau
ting. It was decided yesterday by
the officers of the company to place
tho big vessel, which is the crack vessel
of tho Pacific mall fleet, under the
Hawaiian Hag without loss of timo,
and it is said in mn'ritimo circles
that iliis action on tho part of the
compiny indicates a belief among tho
olllucr of tho yompany that annex
atioa ut tll0 l9jntui3 is Hkcly . t0 . 1)0a0
complishcd in the very uear future.
Sonous l'iglir in Ohio Ovor the
Urhana Mob 1ivvcstiratioii.
Cincinnati, Aug. 0. A dispatch
from Urbauu, 0., sais tho feeling
there Is strong against Gov.
for attempting to oust Ajlayor
Gnnson and Sheriff McLain. ttiut
there is serious talk of instituting
: to oust Gov.
ituslincll on tho frrniitiil Hint tin Tn il
tho strikers nil tho;6titudo tho state lo ,iQ his duty to furpfsh tho
allows. Ho says miners will not Siiry mUltJtt forco (o ammi!i tbc
bo allowed to riot.
"Hushes Your Advttiltantni tbe Careful Buyer The Paduca Daily Sun. Advertising; Motive Power is to the Business.
IF TVS IN THE SUN; DONT STAND STILL.
TOLUMK 2B3 PADU0A1I, KENTUCKY, jfaMbfcY, AUUUST !, lD7. TEN CENTS A WEEK
franke Gari'' i5oes to
in Default of Bail
EXCEPT MRS. LIZZIE FRANKE,
Examination Was Waived In All
the Cases Except the One
EACH UNDER HFAVY BOND.
Sam Frankc, A L. Franke and
Mm. Liz.ie Franke, who wore yes
terday tiled in lic police court oil n
charge of ree;lving stolen goods,
were held to answer.
The prosecution closed late in the
aftcrnoont nnd the defendants declined
to testily, nnd introduced no
evidence. They were held ovor nnd
this morning waived examination in
the other cases and the aggregate
bon d of each was fixed at 51000 for
Sam S00 for, A. h.
and Mrs. Franke was recognized in
tho sum of S 100 for her appearance
to answer before the grand jury nt
Its next September sitting.
Pete Griffin, J. W Perkins and
"Kid" Carroll, in tho various caios
against them, also waived examination,
and their bonds were fixed at
The action of thotourt did not op-pear
to greatly surprise the prison
ers. .Mrs. irankc would nt times
shed tears, but ucr husband appeared
in a hopeful mood.
Neither of tha five was able to give
bond. All were taken to jail, except,
of courso, Mrs. Franke, who
was recognized foror appearance
There is some possibility of the
younger Franko givingbond, it is
thought, but little prospect of the
BeimrOut Away From N car Gol-
Government Civil Ktigiuccr
Clnistiau Comes Up On
n vui r.
' r. fJT.
Mr. William E.v Christian, assist
ant government mariuo engineer, of
Cincinnati, camodown on the Fwlcr
this morning from Goloonda. Li.
A government force has been there
several days preparing to ejut awaj a
big sandbar which drifted dwn
directly in front dfy during
the spring overdo.., b.i. owing toti'e
rise in the river lit!' Iiavy they beer,
able to do.
Tho undertaking is lstgo, and will
require considerable thnc, as well ns
Engineer xChristian will roturn to
Indiana Strikqrs Will Try to
HrliiR Out Our
Sullivan, Ind., Aug. C. lie miners
in the Green county field, 200
strong, have started Jor f march to
the mines In the Soutllcin cjuI field,
under the coinmundXd Jefferson
Pickett, ho was amarahal in the
famous Coxey arin. Roll call and
regular army disfipliiio will be enforced
en route They will go to
Littlos and Petersburg, where they
will be joined by about, 1,000 men.
They are supplied with provi
sions, and have appointed their commissariat,
wlio are three prominent
miners, John Cox, fylward Johuou
and John Hurloy.
They will go to Kentucky ns soon
as they can get tusrel by land, and
will endeavor to bring out nil of the
men now working in of tho
slate. Vv ' v
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. C The Strike
at tho Fulton Hag and Cotton Mills,
which was begun Wednesday by tho
refusal of the whito lemalo operatives
lo work with newly employed negro
woman labor, was made complete
yesterday, when between seventy-five
and one hundred girl employed in
tho lilcachery and prws room walked
out. Between 120(1 nnd 1500 oper
atives are now auluapy on slrike.
, FOL'K months moki:.
United States Will Walt for the
Pacification of Cuba.
Madrid. Auz. C The "Herald
of this city, says it undqratnnds that
the United States Government luii
decided to wait four months on tho
pacification of Cuba, nnd that unless
It is accomplished by that tune tho
United States will uudeituke lite protection
of the insurgents. ,
Inquiries mndo ip ofilelol circles
elicited n denial of tjio accuracy of
London, Eug., Auu. 0. Parliament
was renrgunixed jhis nmrnitig.
.Now llarbcr tjliop.
Air. II. Haves, th'o well known
liarber, has opened ti barber hhup :ii
1J1 Uroadwui, Fiank Marl ' -ld
ktand. He doe- llrsj, cla woik
Give hlin a call.
We handle only good hose, of recognized quality,
which we sell at the very lowest prices, ranging
from 9c per.
in the oifcy
Do you need a Lani MowerPy We
can sell yc qine foi$2.
GrEOROffi 0. MRlHl SOH"
Hardware and Stove Comparv,
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Fresh bargains added every week.
Buys choice of any of our .50
?i8, $20 and $22.50
suits, black clay
Buys choice of ail of
our $12.50 and 15.00
huith. No old stock.
Prices not mentioned in this
this week we will give FOR
per cent, or one-half
on all ?l Men's Straw Hats.
days only we will sell enoice
SILI TIE in the house
For 3.5 Cents Cash.
N v itA.
1 "r t i.
Former values t&.ct, 75 cts. and $1.00 J
B. WBIULE ): SbN'S,
Linnwood Oigj; Liked
You'l ' like it too. Ask for
Are assuredly upon us.
of woolens is exctly
exam 11 2 tliein
foot,up. Tho "best hose
like pretty women:
Stop to admire them.
The Green, 0xBlood '
and Lace are beauties,
ces are so'iow everybody is buying them.
you tried a pair? If not,
ROCk &SOn, 321 Broadway.
WEEK of OJJR GREAT
iri Fine JFootwear.
$6.00 Shoes reduced to $4.00." . .
4.0p Shoes reduced to 3.00. .
3.Q0 Shoes reduced to 2.00.-'
' 2.00 Shoes reduced to 15.
and seewhatr Values your
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1 rrl rm
Suits lo Order
Pants Id OrSfr
- -ff, fni TOTT-I mv uMI'i t
will buy at
lesire good clothes.
utcd to eycry taste.
ancT Chocolate in Oxfords
and the beauty C,.
callin and eefa pair.
advertisement go as heretofore.
Buys choice of nny of
our $10.00 suits. All
fresh and new stock.
Buys any of 01, f $6.00
patent leather shoes; 25
percent, off oil all others
from 82 ntf.