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fOLUMK II NUMBBB 10 PADUCAH, KENTUCKY, TIIUitSDAY, SKPTEMBEll 30, UJ!)7. TEN CENTS A WEEK'
Dr. Hunter Accepts tlm Foieiirn
Mission timl Will Leave
CUBAN CRISIS APPROACHING.
Slicrnitiii llohlhiu' Mtl.v :
. fereneo Wllli'McKlnley
SOME OTHER LATE ULEGRIPKIC NEWS
Wuili njj.nn. Sil. ".0 I) .Uuii.er
has ocuptcd tliu piil.'iin if in n' ier
U CiuU.smula. Ilu will luvc foi
h s low post immediately. '1 lie
caUy s flu.000 with SCC0U fo
con njjent expenses.
ly Heavy Loss of l.l.'c
Hew ns, Sept. U0. Severe slo..ii
deUB i.d tliu eU'l(lDy. 'In
f iv of the Rioni's inuuliexicd
id ilie luleilor.
are "Dotted lost und tl.ty house
HEAVY llKE VT
Tlio .Moiilit..lu (..i .Mi'.lt it .Mo (
Sin etc l.im,
lMucUHe, Ky , Sepu SO. Nine
collage were binned on Ciimbe land
avenue heio toduy. They weic s'l
occupied, nnd thu Ion Is very heavy.
Prominent tJ nicer Mlmng Hi:-
HeyeilThi.tllc llr Itwon
JdmlhonvWe, Ky.. Sep.. CO.
This city is ulnuiii J out .'e d' i
pcrancc of Joe 'c iw.nl. a let-log
gtocci, who I'M 1'fJ'J tr'
Monday. It s iijlrvr.l f
ho hs been fool'y ih I w ,h.
CUBAN liHISI bl
Bclicvetl That Action Wi. Up
Taken Immediately Uy
Slicrmun nnd .MchluUy uro
Holding H""0' "-(.
Washington, Sept SO Secretary
of StutnSbeirr n ' holding a besiy
tonf irnee iw.uy wnh I'ti 'ident
t.nd it is known that U
niiout'tmpoiiuutaffuii' of .vjio. H
is ihoujet tlui lb' go eminent wH
I o wciiou fjvoiaiile o Cuba
Mu.i9V.Ki , Siv- H-It.
'li'V'ol. p"'tr of '!e ,s'l' u
tlui h'utlhpipL e, w.s in- i'rd c
Hie, Ky., winy o Mr
M unie 1 y at ihe re liJeuue of ih
b loo's ; er, M.h. Smi.u. M:s
le..y 1- "J beuut'.'id mil
is.ied mushier of Rev. Peay, o
Ui:.V. NKAL DOW WKAKLIt.
Gict Pioliihiiionlht of .Mii'iicCi.!'
1'oulatn., Me., Sept. -"..'
N 1 Dow pasl a more toinfoitabb
iiiii ilirn ho did on Monday, lb
w. iwuker this inoiuinj, howc.er
mid it boe.ucil impossible thai h
could iuiN vo long.
AJ.VITV AMONG UL'YiMiS
.il li ibc IJ.tiaRctoTolMccr
bejil. ."0 The
of n li-re poifon
of thopiet,"nMeiy bhoit ctoj. of c
baeio .n Hioiiuk tobacco dlsttijt has
causul i-ou-de. able activity emot;
tho buyeis. I lioy have alicady be. n
canvasblng this county, although tin
crop t. not vet cnicd, end arc
homo ptieos for fuluie d
liveries. S nne sales were niaoo yi f'
lerday in the l'embioUe neighborhood
hlch as $10
lound and from down to 510 for
a"h7(; petit. on
'ui:oiuil Di mo. m lie Potll'oii I'm"
a l'lacc On tlio DuUot I'llcd
F.anklmt, Sept CO. Sicielai.vA.
I Cm 'oil, of lb Na onal Dcuiocj. .-'..!
ci..i.. I'lmiml tic ca.nc heu yes-
te'.ta'v wi b ,"' ! rioo which will be
ill,.,! ibe of SUto, ami
which will en .lolliudmanand
S" Iniial Dt nowitio candldjtei .o
,. (1t the oirciai cieuuou uuuu.
.'. , ,tltlon M tbo Wggwt Hi'nu ('
. , L.t ....,., ii hero. It is s ," eu
Us hill., u.v...... i,1J1T,if
liV be' ween live onii v""'""" "
iim 1'iiM.n "i nc Keu.uvky
racy, arid )'tl lue
petition wis sen
oul to but eleven counties nr.d parts
nf only fourteen counties, tho only
ones In which It was circulated nt nil.
The petitions were out in only fourteen
counties seveu days, receiving
between live and six thousand signatures,
anil this leads thu friends of
tlio cause to reasonably believe that
thero can not bo less than 00,000 or
70,000 of the true faith already
ready to vote- for Hlndman.
Still .MukiiiK Slow Progress In the
M .bile, Sept. !)0 There were
four new eases of fever reported yesterday.
Edwards, Sept. 30. Twenty new
ctsci of yei'ow fever were reported
New Orletn La.. Seo'. SO.
Y"sieulav w. tiie r"conl b.e.ker in
t! i number of c.scs of yellow fevet
'J lice wcic twee y-.ou.
I'cvr vri ann J. eo deaths.
Tlio fact thtt Hio de. lime ha
'rcn hinull and diet the cluiiccs of
..n ciiidvinic hnie been constant 'y
urowij'f hive made tho cueral
iMiilic sonicw'mt caieliss ano lucre
hit in Incic. i.i f.iction between
l lie (airu 'ncu pcooic and toe
in.;.-. liim tonsil inin.les of
ion. i . luve iec.1 3oIng oxer b .ck
.cu c mil -iii ..'ng out of side door
in oidcr nol i )o loailned, and he
-"lib u. JvC.i in t mote germs have
1"X.'T ui'd if.p by deielopoii
o .iic e w.i in days. No other
li ve tho puliioiliics been silicic
j i ujiiii idng iiousei :tad i.o. tiii
urn- c wiioini;;lu oc io.iiki i icbi'.'!. .
.ml .he Il h..i 1) on 1 1 eveiy
;o slnlo c'Joil is being tn.ue by
elements o. the community to
iv. tlio iiei "r of lie board.
llllt the Uiirdwi'll Preacher
Didn't ihiNe Evidence
Mi Hon Ulciucii.s Led Onri.'o
Collim. Aftiinj Ilo lias
I'lder WelN, a loloieil pioaelie of
ttsulwell, w.s bnnc Jus.'ee V.'.p
limn" .er tooav . wz 10 bc e a
wmliiiI ralnst liobC'euieu's, e. -
ii" nun will uie r"iuuiion 01 u. o
Colliu,, a neeeof le pre eliei.
Tlio eildence a; hisulllolcn.
IoJihImv a wauunt, cud none
v i 11 .
Ai'oiuing to the complui'n. nt,
Clements (s m..iied, und hrs 11 wi.o
'nll.iowell. He boduced the f.bl
under piom'se of ;,ei.Ing a ih voice
.11 1 m j'ngrcr, oico'ii'njj to the
,i . '.er, and j her to tome
ecro wni Imii. Tjeg'.l enn.c u
'. -pa '. 0.1 to sctiei hi ail'0cd
Wylie Pitmiiii and His IlrothtT
riicy Wcic Willi V10I11.
1. 011 of tbc Kcicmic I.IM8.
Vle 1' niT. a
of C ow.v cciiy. ir!td
.fote I . S. Con i' iouer J. It.
'. ." r b'b fo uno'1.1 01 n o!
ojip'.c'.y In the l.ob Greu.i i'lic't
w.i1 .ev to I'.ij.
Depu y M- si. L- I'ne ieo 1
eve i'u j '(. 1 Ca lowyv coiu,
.7,,i? e be wlll'J,'S',,,. il-
1 m I' i n, v o'o.ue. of Wyl'e, .'or
torn t'leie ws o n wiumiiu,
ti'i" ' I j uH' 01II1 jp, but w.s ill
id coi biotiht i I'm city.
Tiie cvUicnee rdoucti faled 'o
'inplic:'M eil'ier iu any way with the
U"cu inc itittiluitig, und bo.h
jii.s wee ii'sini:"!!.
Ilob Gi ecu. it w II no doubt bo
is tbc mini whose still on
IPood t ver w.'S ucent'y destroy 1
oy icvpuue 0 oceib.
May Lower the World's Trotting
This is Predicted For Her Hy
Ka.'i Men VJoOO I or Her
liitle Mayfein won tho f2,000 1 ol
ino stukcJ nt 'let re Hmitc. Him
owjt wr telcftinphed nu offer of
i (l ttw tlui mnio ivliif.li tin .IrS
U,.'UU " ..i- ...., v.. ..u ..v
All 1 ace hut'-e men who hao s"en
er ;o predict gie.it l!iiiis for hi r,
nil many of them hv tlui nevi year
no will lower the world s trot, iv:
coid, no.vhil(ib. All: in 2i0r?.(
Sho '.hi) now Hot u two luiiiu; .
0 , ajd i1 li. '.It n V' l cau mako it ia
1. 's urojablo that $3,030 wou'du'l
To buy second baud bedsteads
2'JsO ill Court Street.
Goid clean papers for sale at tli s
Tlie Democratic Doctrine Ex-
pounded Uy Ex-Senator
. ..in iTTrilTlllr . 1 1 fl I T U f T
LAhUt AnUAMCnilVt: AUUICNbC
Til lUpiibll.'Uii Party and tho
Cold Democrats Kcineni
BRADLEY'S ADMINISTRATION TOUCHED UP
lilackburn was greeted
by a ve.v huge and a very moder
' ely enthusiastic audience last night
at the opera house. Hon. C. K.
Wiireler, in ouc of his prettiest
8'rcchci, iti'rodoccd the speaker,
who, he sa'd, was not only Ilie last,
but the Democratic Senator
f om Kentucky and pwdictcd his re-
In 1900. to the scat now
"di by lencjade."
KxScaa'or Hlrcl.butn spoko for
ikuiIj two hours iu nn entertaining
u'..nnnr nun lie lcceveit me most
"fu1 a'uen 'on. His speech could
ii. it.lv be called a defense of Demo-
1 1. 1 v; it ws's iu fsct but nu attack
upon the Republican party, which to
PS in nil. is irM'iousihlo for all our
ills of u po itieal nud of a I usiness
The Republican parly was attacked
in four po.nls uion tho tariff, the
tho trusts and government
by injunction; a.id tho four nine-
(! s Hut the able speaker offered
we e ''(: liade, free coinage of
itl 10 to 1, abolil!on of trusts and
the nbiogal'on of the tumped Kiwer
o'f the ("ilciLl coutts.
Tho M.. Ulackburn said, is
a L .j tiiiin the The lbst
tadff was passed in 1802,
nnd w l'J percent, higher than an'
ptcvious t. Iff, .he McKiulcv tariff
w.s ! iier cent. hi'hcr than that of
aud the l'ii;,'cy t.Mff 8 per
ceoi. h gher Mian Lie McKinley tar
iff. He the Republicans for
not i' during the tct'ff, because, as
nc said, liny had piouil isl in 1862
i.i no so n soon us uic r ovt i
I'ioio' Hio, he said, is simply legal
!(1 lobbciy of ouo class for the
Our Record of
Obtained by our regular employee
without any special
premium or inducement offaed
e.'.ccpt that we publish the
most popular paper in the city.
Sept 23. 3S new subscribers
si. 31 ' '
37. 19 '
28. 57 "
'9. 59 "
Six tlii) 215 new MiliM'ribeib
1 1 you ate not
on the U t
benefit of some oilier cinss. H's en-
'iie mgument 011 Iho tyiff wan an
ampiillcanon ot ine'c two poni3,
; ven without lonoboiulitig fact"' 01
Ilie seoud point in the indictment
.was the ticmonci. .suon or s.iver
wiheu w..s aceompliahed in 137!) oy
ho Republican paily. From 1792
0 i&.o mi: liiacKuutu snui, we nan
a double stn.nd id and our
iniie.'ed f'Jin thee million to
. -y mill'ois; in that ye.-p silver
was stiuc'i down, and the people
we c of ouc liilf their
il money. Wlieu a tiling is made
c."ce, it goes up in pi ice. So money
li. . jjiiuo up, since si'ver was fl.uek
.own. 'litis ii iu I'ccoidanco with
lie liw of bi'i.piy and dmand. Silver
IimI been nt a ptemium for (j,000
( 1? nu! ;'.old aud silver at a parity
for c'bly.ouo yeat" Tlio gold
1 r.i.id men claim;' i that gold had
put at 0O0 l.t year and at $1
ihl. ycr; the Republicans claimed
11 t Iho new In riff put wheat at 1
11. . lue s'jeaker said it was because
if a hiioibe of mops abioau. He
id lh t the Republicans claimed
Sui ilie latgo crops iu this oouiiU;
vr e duo 10 tho l),.ir.loy tariff and
Mi t the same caused tho short.
""o Ono dolhir wheal, tie
id, only puved all tiie atauviients
u 1 1, si by tho followers of
15 .; .1. Under n double slandunl no
ooo -mi coiner our monoy 09 (hev
0. 11 do every day under a slnlo gold
..'aod..td. He I'd gteat stVesa" on
tho iaA that Iho pii 0 of wheut and
Ho f miich. ptoduo'a was caused
bob'ly by the supply and deui .nd.
Ilislhltd po'nt was dusts. Tramps
iud 1 osls ho s.id wcto Iho pioduct
ftho Republican patty. Hudeflned
... Is as combinations of men en-4
;' din tho same business. Trusts.
in . id, eoiiiiol tho pneo of every
ining. Tlioy say what tho farmer
b .. 'I get f. r h.s wh at, and what tho
poor man shall pay for his Hour.
Trusts control and regulate tho price
also of corn, of beef, and of tobacco,
and of nil far u product, also of
whisky and (of sugar, and II x the
pneo for tho producers and for the
Tho speaker's fourth point was iu
icgurd to government by injunction
which lie said was another product of
Republicanism. Men were enjoiund
ho said from walking 011 the highways
und from conferring together about
their affairs. The issue today is between
the poor man and the lich
I '""" I between the democrat and the
plutocrat, nnd the federal courts'
were using all their usurped power to
cnun out me lew temaiuiug riguis or i
tlio common people.
Mr. lilackburn also paid his
to the Hepublican administration
of Kentucky. He quoted principally
from "The Capital," nn alleged
Republican sheet published at
In conclusion he begged for harmony
; the rank nnd (He of
i'.wU who had none after the gold
standtMd and Populism were imited
bak, but the leaders of those
weie not wanted. Uryan's elec
tion in 1 1)00 upon the Chicago plat
form was piedlclcd by a popular
vote of leu ui'Mions.
A JOHNNY REB
And How lie Interviewed Ex-
bald HoM Ilo a 'Dinned Old
Jo Ulackhurn boarded
the 8 o'clock passenger tiain at the
Union Depot Ill's tnoiolug. He scal
ed himself in the sjioker, lit a cigar,
and looked atoiiiid at the oilier
"Hello," familiaily giecied an old
fellow two scats iu fiont of hini, as
ho leached back for tho
land. "I seoyo'r un old Rebel, too I"
'Yes," politely" answeied Jo, as
he gl.mced down at the confedeuile
button on Iho lapel of h;s coat. "I'm
"Sbnl.o 83alo," pioudly lejoined
tbo bt.pnjer, who, judging from the
odor that hovered about bun. must
have b't a good sh.cd buttle divers
and sundry limes on bis way up (torn
ii It lull vvr.'l bo wuiit on, .li.
ul iiK.uy n battle fer the Lost
t was in the atuiy in'01, 'iJ2 an' '03.
in' I was in iti'ghl. I was a bad
Rebel, I'll ml mil. an' fit the government."
Certainly, ce;U.inly. nothing to be
ashamed of,'' Iho disiinguishcd
"Yes; an' we give 'em a good,
ii.nl, li I of a light, too, didn't we,
We did the best we could : ye?,
waceuaioly did tur bist," miswered
"Rut say I I never wit iu a close
mI.ico but one. nn' luut was rt Mis
s-on 13 K.dc. li.e I.eb went on.
Why, 1 wis theie, myself," said
U10 oilier: '! w.. nt Mivdomiv
K.dc, ued it was pieiiy clo.e, you'te
Vou bet it was! Why, I guei
ten luoi'saud iM'le.s wt.s thot at me.
on mv e'o's wouldu't even hold
bullet hole.- af.e; the battle.
that's the i.tdb. They didn't
but 0110 hit me, though."
"Weil, your csc.ipo must have
icon lucky," obseived the other,
smiling at the nmuicmcut the
tjiiy w. dealing among tne oinei
p: 01130. s.
1 ex. yes; purly luci.y. An,
olo inau. do ye Lnow, I "uess I'll
ii'lrs be a dmurd old Johnny Rib
uiiiU 1 it e.
Well, it won t keep you out of i
ucaven, ' smiled 1 lie as
he bought a paper,
"Aud when I ibc," the sauugir
.fSiuueo, "nil 1 want over my giavc
s a Confrtlcialo $100 bill J've got nt
ionic. I lipnk lots of Hut bill."
The wus tiylug lo lead
die pjpei, and a lepoitcr wsiu sym-
i. niy w Hi h 111, for he knew that the
(uV.'ugiiishcd bpeaker must by that
i'lio hiiuiclf know what it felt like to
oe inmost talked to nud
ailed tho "duincd old Reuel" off
mid asked him his name
Ho said it wus P. M. Paliiek. of
lntflhU Ciook Nation, iu the far West,
wheio ho owns a Ltjie ranch. Ho
s id he was just ictuiuinu to
llf.l IF In nw I n lilr. IlH.it llliil .r..M "
uw'.' "' """'u i "I" "i. H.'i
oei.1.5 wwt for fouileen ycats.
'Do you know you've b"..n talW . . '
... ci.i.; . . .nt; 1
vuu.Muv.u.uiw ' . .1. . 1
"Hey" ho ,
i..,..i. . ... .linen as lie
'""' UilUIV ui Ul
au - 1
iiialntcuce In. iou
j astonishment. It
quickl , , , ,
f .'01 howovcr, and he
I,,' f0 ,,:' l, young feller,
"' ,l?.Ul , nil old Rebels look iUtallki
- O'e cujlher."
..iluid That StiOOO af Tcnc
Maypiu, the fast little trolta'
Loin Puduc.h. went off with ihe
i 000 t 'lerro Houle
afictnoon, ime s 1 1 1 . Tminei
W'l't m II "liuVil drove, end r Id-1
i'Jo .ier .a his locg "s; of tuccosiien
Harris Got Thirty l)ari.
Joe Harris, ooloud, held'over in
the police com t t its morning on n
ohargoof stealing harness, was taken
befote County JuIq0 'Pnllx and
! pie. ded guilty, being given thirty
days in Jail.
Resignation hut Ilodj of Spain's
SENORI SAGASTA SUMMONED.
He Fhvoin Wv.vler'H Recall and
Autiinoiuy for Cuba.
MZRICAN POLICY INVOLVED.
Jladrid, Sept. 211. The entire
Spanish Ministry this afternoon scut
their testations to the Queen Re
gent. She lias accepted the Cabinets
resignation, but has asked Gen. A
carruga tiix'ont'iHie 111 oil lee until a
solution of the crisis is found.
Her Majesty will munition the
leaders of 'the various parties and the
President'' of thu chambers tomorrow
to consult tin to the situation, honor
Sagusla lias been telegraphed for and
it is bclicvon 'hat lue liberal Leader
will bo ashed lo foim n cabinet.
At midnight il was said HmlSeuor
Sagabta lb. In favor if superceding
Oupl. Geu. Weyler and of gtantiug
autonomy 1o C'uuu.
United btiiles Ministi r Woodford,
the On' e of Teluan and the President
of flm'Seuale, the Marquis Pazo
do Iu Meiitfcd, he'd along conference
toduy, anofGen. Woodford present-id
the UnitccvStutes legation.
A HE WETIIE S.A?
Solution of the CrlsNSaid to
on ilie Poll:y to Uo
Adopted Ah In 'I bifi
Londoiii',Sept. 30. A dUpatch to
tho Daily jMnll" from Madrid 8.13s:
"The solutlo.i of tlie crisis depends
upon the pob'cy to be adopted toward
the Liultcd States.
"Liberal politicians deolaic that
tliey will stoutly resist America's
Gen. Aeoiur.iiM in a long interview
with Hie li'ieen Regent today
i xpluined ,the situation. It is be-
1 eved he l Her Majosty if she
ii necessary povfers Hi yiaw
tittitudeof the United States. After
I'n interview he buininoued the Cabinet.
The inieting was attended b
fenor Reverlet, tlie esioniinunientul
fillister of (limine, and Senor
minis er of 'the interior, both
i.f whom tcndficd th. ir lesignations.
Sliorllj aflirward the Premier ten-tiered
the icsignatiou of the entile
V.VNDKLL'S SWhliPIMi OUDIiR
I Kcm'iiiic I'inployes nl
Jwcn"lioro Mil i bed to
W.i II; the Plank.
Ky . Sept. SO. Collector
Yandell bus nolilled thirty-six
i.f the gaugeis,
and stoicl.eeper gnugets iu
his olllie that their eommissious Imvc
been leii.ked under the tide letpiinng
him to keep on duly those aetuallv
iiipiui'd, with a rcsene allowance of
lft per cent. This the active
duty list to Unity-si.; and t. e reseive
list lo lle The actie
duty men, including one Republican
just leiuslated, have been assirrc,(
to vaiios distilleiies. Somu of tin
dismissed men expected the oidet,
but il was u suiprise generally to tin
(oiee. and is coustiued as meaning
ho u timnle dismissal of all Demo
rats to make way fur reinstated
Republicans and new appointees.
Net Tuesday llio Day Piovidcd
in on Ho Not Register Vim WD
Not llo lV.miltod to Villain
, , f ,
mint u f tt y
iiieah is next Tuwduv
1.. '.s an iiniiression prevailing
.s" .f tin, mlnwnf llu. ..in
toatlitMm, ,.,. 0l
...1 i..r... it.., ... ..v.
uer ih uui. hu.k ivi.ii
I'uosiby in older to be leal voteisin
'he Novemlier elei'lion, mil It Is en
titeiv 11 mistjkou idea, iisnnlmdv will
bo allowed to vote 111 the .Viveiniter
eleolion wlio fuils to tegistor next
Tlieie is nn important matter, .and
it should not be ovetlookitl by thoke
who do not want to Ioe their votes
for tho nest Iwolw months; for not
only is Iho otcr who fails to register
noxt Tuiwdtiv bst 1 cl from parlici
p.iling b 'he Nmeu.'bor election, but
is e.' hided fiom nv other e eel ion.
prior to th niiiiiiiU n which will bu
taken i October of next vour.
Kvcy Repibliean in Paducah
' shoiih' be sure to lugister next Tues
, dav, and should also see that theie
nrii no Republicans who do fail.
The bigger the Rooubliunn registration
next Tui'mIiiv, the lugger will be
tho Republican unjotity m PuducJili
nt thu November eleclto 1.
'i'ho penalty for tegi.toring
or aiding or si.eli
tfliiitiun, is 1 uii'iil in ife
loiinly Jail not is tim iv e nor
more than twelve mo .ths.
Geo. 0. Hart &
on Easy Payments
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Shoes Sliiued Pree.
Are assuredly upon its. You will desire good clothes.
Our line of woolens is exactly suited to every taste.
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TWO FLYERS FOR SCHOOL OUTFIT SALE.
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