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ali a M llntn Sttd history t1tiiUf rnfinmli nn Flllfl lllllfrrl I Hm1 willi
HAT H H H tltaiU Win II QIVM OU Mil I V I - I 1IYYII Mllll
TT UIIUIILUIil i iLi 11 11 I WWII MUlUPX itmi in
while Ion holds the highest politlunl iiiu i on
jut miimJcnLUi viiilui respected 9
fcHff IIIUBIUl IIUIl illlfnlr given n colored iiuiii iv W Wi uso I ll0 fit I jrcspcctcd I If
W A I n fiiia I Ho protested i f t I I
I m m - Uio ti T w councillor r horn in tng that It was a cov fc hnvc nolL -
IP IV Tom Mutnv
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Murdered While
His Store
orsoii
MARK MANNA FOR SENATOR
I I re Claims Throo Victim tho
Deadly Orate Iho Cause
SWAILOWEO A LIZZARD AND DIED
Henderson Ky Nov II This
city was tho scene of a robbery nnd
murder last night Tom Motztior
wos murdered last night while at
tempting so protect his store against
robbers MoUnor slept in his store
nnd this uioriitng was found dead in
his store nnd the store robbed There
is no clew to tho murderers The
city is greatly exulted and every
possible nttenipt is Iwlnguiade to ills
cover who perpetrated Jlho horrible
deed
Fell Into the Fire
Lexington Nov II James
Porker of this city mi old man HO
years of ago today fell Into the grnto
nnd was burned to death before ho
was discovered
Another Death by Ilre
Uiirbntown Ky No II Mrs
Iiugnrd Hyrno died tinlay from
burns received by her elothos catch
ing fire She was washing clothes
nnd her dress caught tlru from the
grate llofore aid could reach her
sho was so horribly burned that she
liml but n short time
Is Holtm Tried for Itirgery
lndiauaKls Nov II Percy
StilllTau of this city who was re
cently arrested in St Louis for forg
ery is now- being tried hore He
still uhdms tuat he is not the man
but that it is n ease of mistaken
identity It I thought bowcer
that he will bo convicted
lliiiinu for eiiator
Canton Nov 11 The latest
ivolitieal rumor is thai MnrL A
llanna will be n candidate for thu
United States senate to Hiiwied Sen 15
ator lJrlec This rumor Is consid jA
tmtl to ix well loumied Miotiui
llanna become n candidate he will al
most certainly be elected
Death In the Conntx
Uallie Sumner a well known yonug
mnii of the irahaunillc sretion and
sou of Mr Jordan Sumner died last
night of erysipelas aged 17 He
was unmarried and leaves beside his
parents several brothors and ulsters
The remains were buried this aftor
noon at the llilliiigsly burial ground
Delaware bolUI
Wilmington Del No 11
Governor VVatson issued a proclama
tion yestenlay declaring that all the
vote cast for Jamos 5 Shaw ami
James CJ Shaw Sr for
electors shall count for James
Shaw as his name was on themyoral
ballots in two ways This will send
three McKlnloy electors from Dela
ware to the electoral college
Knox Count Mines
Unrbourvillc Ky Nov II The
Canncl foal initio Knox county
whluh has been shutdown on account
of hard times will start up again
and will commence building the rail
road to Stinking creek ns soon as
possible It is said thu is one of
tho llnc st canncl coal mined In any
state in the Union The other mines
will also work full forces
Work for 1 hniiHJiiifN
Oulutli Minn Nov II It is
olllolally announced hero that the
Hockofeller Iron syndicate- has sold
500000 worth of M linn sola ore to
be delivered net season and 00000
tons of Spanish American ore This
will enable the underground mined on
tho Mesulm range to riwmno opera
tions at once and will give employ
ment to thousands of men
Valuable llnnes Horned
Lexing ton Nov 1 1 Jut 11 tho
pacing maro which holds the worlds
record was burned last tdht with
nix other valuable horses Tho
horses were tho property of Mrs
Stokes of New York The stable
caught lire and burned with the
Tits before thoy could bo res
cued
StocbH Arc All Up
Ncwtk Nov II Tho week
uloslngwday has wilnwsed tho high
est prices for Htock of all hinds that
have been known since tho beginning
of tho panic The bank statement
today is most oiicournging showing a
gain in deposits of security 81C000
U00
J reut Losof Life
Vienna Nov II- lteports have
leached hero of great loss of life at
thu village of Hlsonen from woods
One hundred and thirty persons aro
said to have lost their lives and tho
destruction of property is enormous
A tolorod Mini Wins
lloston Nov 11 board of
election commissioners finished tho
recount of votos in the Fortieth
councillor district Inst night and
Isoai D Allen tho republican can
didate was declared elected over
I inn John II Sullivan who now
voprecntt tho district and who was
tho demrcrntio candidate Aiietrs
majority waa only CJ votes There
is no u iieul from mo neoisiou 01 1110
4UCtUi coniiiilssionoia l ho gov
criiorlf ooinlcll atunds
1 2t v
xdliJt
ft U1Q lrnMIBte
bbbbbWi JcmIi balance
Hftnij 10703
slavery
scrvln
Ho wn
famous
Gcnornl
of thu
which A
on thu II
solidly republican
of
ltd escaped during Uio war
ithdencral 11 1 Uutler
ltli lam ufiur tho wnr on tho
That Spain Is Preparing to
hooner Ainericn which
tlcr owncl At tlio time
of promldYt Hepiiblluaus but nil
refused it lot desiring to run in a
strouij I nloerntlu district and ho
dofcnlcd Allens eloetlon wn ns
miiih n s rprlso to him as t his
Deiiicorahe opponent KiKviti car
ried the dutrlut Inst year ry over
00
Swallowed u lir7iiril
Jlcndorsoii Ky Nov II Julia
1srsoiis a young girl in Ialou
ti swallowed n llznrd yr lcrday and
Is dead She drank tutor from n
a stir im ho uieti in uornoie
agony
A Horrible Death
Louisn Ky Nov II Alexan
der Dny of Kill t county was
burned to death yi lerdny lie was
n very old man ami was sitting by
the lire smoking his pipe when he
fell over nnd hi elolluH caught fire
from the grate It is thought that
lie must have fallen asleep
WAN KUUO KS
right
With Uncle Sum
Washington Nov II II is
thought hero that Spain is preparing
for war with United Stntos Thi
responsible for the sudden rovl0
the agitation of the Cubanillo8ltol
nnd for the nctUity in proArB r
licet for sen ice IhUrljotonimunt
is acting on the belief Vint but two
thi jgs could happen dch would
prevent hostility One of
these things is tlioN ot lllu
Cubans within si - The other
is the iuterpoHllp of Great llritain
to compel SpaK to gt tl ucrty
of Cuba
Tho llrsts no1 1infwl n u n
probable The oecoud may happen
but still J c propect is romole
The iea of Sjiain going to war
wih tlv United State seems so ab
surd hat an explanation of the slttia
tiou in which the Spanish government
i placed is nefessnry It is reeog
ismhI by tlieUnitetl States that Spain
JNot rclimiuisli her hold in Cuba
nil tho exKitditure of blood
treasaro which tins revolution nas
cwt without its involving the over
throw of the present government of
Spain Of tho three parties in Spain
the ruisninji iwwcr is regarded as tho
wuakodt with the jkkiIo Whethep
tho Spanish ttovernment doubts that
Cuban independeuce would rcsjdt iir
mtsliatoly in n revolution and cost
the power if not the llvos of tbe young
King nnd Itcgcul
A TOWN WPED OUT
lliiison Sprinjrs it Watering
IMiuo of Note
Hntlrelj IliHtroil lv tho Ilro
Ilend Prldny Altonioon
Hinson Springs a pleasure and
health resort of considerable notorie
ty on the lino of this load one mile
south of Lexington Tenn was en
tirely destroyed by lire Friday after
noon The origin of the conllagra
lion was not learned A Conductor
Tom Tiles train came through yes
tenlay afternoon the Mammoth
hotel and all tho surrounding cottages
wcro in full blaze From later ad
vices wo learn that tho llro Ucnd
made a clean sweep and nothing of
the whilom beautiful retreat remains
but the charred and smoking ash
heaps The Springs were tho pro
perty of J II Long who was
formerly a lesidontof this city It
is not known whether or not he car
ried any insurance
NIBLETT WAS STUBBORN
Ami Refused to Go Hack to Me
tropolis
Without ii KoquMtlon Commit
ted to Jail This Forenoon
Olllcer J Kvers of Metropolis
came after John Niolett wanted ut
at that placo for breaking into a store
and Bidding a set of harness this
forenoon and Judge Sandors had
the ptisoncr brought up from tho
lockup for tho purpose of turning
him over to the Illinois olllcer
Niblett was obstinao however
uudTofusod to go without n requisi
tion This unexpected turn of affairs
roaulted in tho prisoner being com
mitted to the county Jail to uwah
tho proper papers and Olllcer Kvers
returned homo this afternoon
Just Kccoivcd
A full lino of now npplo butor
nilneo meat new prunes apricots
lellleri drlod and canned pears at G
U Lelsners pornpr tu nmlirlmhlo
streets ill 3 3
Mitisiomiry Unptlst Itevlvul
Klder Dean of Calloway county is
conducting a most successful revival
of Missionary ItnplUts near Florence
Station Largo crowds attend daily
mid many professions uro being
made
or Itent l rooni liousoonN 8th
between Clay und Trlinblo strrxjls
iVlily to F M Fisher
ont you Jhink the Sun is a gocxl
for Jlio Unitpiier Then say bo
there
mill IADUUAII KENTUCKY MONDAY vy
It Appoint That Leo GalHou
Whs a Higumint
hpuhllenn conventloii atlnnjtl IVAUT TE REMAINS
In wasiiomnatcd uio place
t was offered tonmiuilier
Che Railroad Authorities nnd
Coroner at n Loss to Know
How to Proceed
HIS WIVES BOTH EXPECTED TODAY
The remains of Leo Gallion tho
colored I C brakeman who was
killed yesterday at the Tenncsseo
street crossing are mucli in demand
seemingly
Claim Agont J G Miller Tin
master J J Flynu nud Coroner
Nance wcro in desperate straits last
night
AlrT Flynn discovered nat Gidllon
had two wives both dear true nnd
Ioyul spouses one Jrvlng at Central
City and tho onor at Memphis
Moth lelcgrnphf to ship tho remains
nnd both clnil that thoy were en
titled to t by priority of mat
rimony
TraJfunastcr Flynn telegraphed the
fnctlo Attorney Miller last night
jm ho advise tho former to investi
ato the matter and award the re
mains to whichever woman proved
the lest claim to them
Mr Flynn succeeded in finding
one colored mai who saw Galliou
and his Memphis wife married last
Kaster day at Memphis but nobody
could be found who knew anything
about tho one nt Gcntrnl City
Meanwhile Coroner Nance was at
a loss o know what to do with the
remains whether to ship them to
Central City or to Memphis Ho
finally concluded to hold them until
noon today and await tho respective
wives turning over the body to the
one establishing priority of clnim
Gnllion was quite well known but
no one kuew ho had two wives This
is tho first instance on record In la
ducah where two women claimed one
mnn especially after ho was de
ceased
Mary Galliou accompanied by her
eight-year-old sou arrival this fore
noon from Central City and went
at once to Nances undertaking es
tablishment where sha viewed the
temains
She claims she was married to the
deceased fourteen jcars jgo but had
lived with him only at irregular in
tervals for the past four years Some
times he would not come home for
months she cluim but never failed
to send her money
There is another phase of the case
that may have some bearing on the
claim of more wics than allowed by
law On one man and a dead one
Galliou carried about 3000 life
insurance had a flue watch and
thee of course have to bo given Jto
the right one
Coroner Nauco will await tho ar
rival of the other woman before de
ciding what to do with the body
The wifo from Memphis did not
arrive this afternoon Siucc tho
above nas written it is learned tin t
Galliou had married twice since he
became the husband of the Central
City woman one wife belug buried
here and tho other in Memphis
Coroner Nance will probably turn
the remains over to the woman from
Central City
IN CUBA
Is Fred Gray a Former Piulucnh
Hoy
Is FlKhtln tho Spaniards Wrote
to Ills Father Hero
Mr Jamos U Gray a well knoffu
carpenter of tho Illinois Central who
lives on Monroe street is in receipt
of a letter from his son Fred Gray
who is in Cuba fighting with tho in
surgeuts
Mr Gray had not heard from his
sinfor sonic time tho latter being of
a llohemiau turn of mind
Fred Gray formerly resid d with
his father iu laduonh and hat a
large number of fiieuds hero Ho
afterwards lived in Grand Hivers
and drifted about tho country until
ho joined a filibustering expedition to
Cuba
Ho scorns prutty woll satisfied in
Cuba nud is confident of the ulti
mate success of iho causo of freedom
This Is What It K Witherspoon
Wants
Cluluis Thut Ho Lost an Kyo
Through Neglltfcnco of tho
C O S W
Yesterday afternoon a transcript
was filed In tho United States circuit
court from Caldwell county ho
btdt is It K Wlthorspooii against
St John uoyio receiver oujui u u
i O r ll nt I nkV 1
IV Ot II tuiliuilll 2BBWIIIU
OUC I
Tho plaintiff ullegos that last
Maruh ho was a track repairer on tho
C O A S W tatlroad uudertho dt
roetlou of It J VTelcli fireman of
holl ringer i wi t swjp
Mown
III
ticrlled his safety
Vrwubor of tho
JHIJ
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UIUU
An answer will today or Monday
be filed in the United States court u
the case of the City National Dank
of Union City Tenn ngninit
Farmer Kthridgo Co of Paducslr
wherein tho plaintiff institutes suit
for 1830 on a note t
Headers of tho local papers are net
unfamiliar with the facts in the case
Sometime since tho defendants cxel
euted a note to tho Tennessee bauk
for the amount named above and a
packet alleged to have contained that
amount was forwarded by the South
ern Express Company from the bauk
at Union City Wlicu the
package was opened here
but 81330 were found and
an exhaustive search wasjimdo for
the missing Sf00 bill to no avit
The express companvJiad
tives traeo the package but appar
ently the 500 had taken sudden
night whMe being transported only a
few rnlles or else had never been put
in fit all
The answer which will bo filed re
cites in substance that the note for
1830 was never due because that
amount of money was not received
The circumstance of the SfiOO short
age is narracd and the defendants
allege tht they notified the bank
within tw j hours after the package
was received here and opened and
that thay refused and still refuse to
mnke it good And fuither they
ask that the Southern Express com
pany be made a parly t j the suit
by reason of the fact that it had un
dertaken nnd contracted and bound
itself to safelv transport the packages
of money and that if any of it wa
lost the company is rospon sible for
it They also ask that the action
against them be dismissed
Tho case promises to develop some
interesting phases Iho attorneys
for tho prosecution it is claimed
can snow wncre uio money went
and this seems to bo tho principal
question which is enveloped in mys
tery to say the least
JUDGE THOMAS
lteiivjrs an Opinion in Garnishee
Cases
In Hurnioiiy WltlitluclKo Ulsh
ojis Opinion on tho Subject
County Judgo Thomas today ren
dered an opluion in regard to gar
nishee cases
Tho Jake Hiederman Giocery com
pany recently garnished the wages of
Thomas llalley Heforo tho case
came up In Justice Tullys court a
writ of prohibition was taken out be
fore Judgo llishop who issued n tem
porary injunction which renuiucd in
force until the case cninq up before
Judge Bishop
Tho motion to mako tho writ of
prohibition perpetual was overruled
Judgo llishop deciding ilai ln lml
no juiisdietion in the oaso lleguvo
it us his opinion howevor that
workmen uro ontitled to the exempt
ions prescribed by law Justice
Tully rendered Judgment in tho case
icalnst llalley und uio aso was tip-
pealod to Judgo Thomas court
Tho latter now dscldos Just ns
Judgo llishop did that the legal
exemption of 30 per month is right
and that no amount can bo garnished
where tho incomo or wages Is loss
The opinion Is stUl to fully covnr tho
ground and be in perfect harmony
with Judge Ilidiops idea on tho
subject
ir
fitti
IIIIUII IUIU lb 1TIW llin - i KfAl W il I
II
Is said nrc availing themselves of
this opportunity to become stock
holders in the road
THAT MISSING MONEY
An Interesting Case to Comn lie
fore Undo Sum
ICclntlvc to the MyHlcriotiH VI
appearance of finoo Sent
Troin Union City
county
capital
It s
U
iiath
Mrt it i
b
iplkcs bo driven and wlitlcxtfev uu n tminrKi iiniiiitcinr ii
tills order tho plolntlff ttvera
head of ono of tho sptkcl flow
t Mpt rn
MllKK fv rrlw
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MM1 MlitU Um I itm Inff kfiVrt HP- if
S iatw i m Bri
jwwjb at i niirii
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um Dn - Kj vr rrtc o ii f
stroylng urn vision m adunivruf U
i ii ii -ii n nindufa p
iln
tiun
ummiriug ins ujiB nww ftr s j
him great pain nna cost nun a wniimm h mmiht
Hum of money for physicians nil wl Ji Hu
which ho claims was tnroucli negll itth m miajr m
ircncc nnd carelessness
of the ilcfenrr I -
U lilw nt tv pi
ants Ho tirays judgment forum wonMi
gfiOOO
- - ivhp rs it Mrnnnarui
The cose camo up hi ihb circuit
court at Pudticah nt lis lnst term and
was trnnsfened to tho United States
Court here where It will come up for
trlnl next week
The I C Qtlotca Price of Slock for
November
Tins morning notices were posted
nt vnrious places in the Illinois Cen
tral yards and shops announcing that
tho price of stock to employes for tho
month of November was SJD per
slmro
A great many of the employes it
yvcrNo st
about a
wflrf V
fiieiu7
qunrrj
tho
JfOK I HIKNIMIIll
lhiiTT mfi
proniiiieut
o
sceu
tium i
N
month at
iuU Thui
nt int
mwu int
MK DIDIlth
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CVCIB
IT5J6 ni eln Hi Sal
abh
vest
eonl tint
HlliiJ wr miwiubj
lllS public ncW MHtllh
iln cb moBln i
ol lhrber nhoji
Mr V a called avwtliiff
rrrar Im All
nrwni
ho
d IJ 11
njAAUSIKW I
-
Of
all sue
responsu
the killing u
exlromclyheiiiv
Judge IKor has
inlluencein his cotim
trusted with olllces
emolument for 3 cars
Oats opened at
point was lH
HENRY 6REIF
EXPERT IIOIISESILOEK
SOUTH FOUUTH bT
Expert Track Shoeing
Saddle and Harness
Horsos a Specialty
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY
PAIRING
fKKStUlNCK OVISR hPOl
For An Easy Shave
or Stylish Hair Cut
of
sheriff ot tho county juilije of 1
circuit court He lias always borne
n good name nnd nn unspotted repu
titioti His victim was an honored
and respected cUlrcn and leaves n
wife nnd several children
Judge Dyer was at rested this
morning and lodged in jail
A MORNING M RRIAGE
Cousins From Missouri Wedded
at the New Rielimoiul
Hev H 1J ltiuiise y Performed
tho Ccrumonj Thov
turned
- Mr Ova A Ivullhlnv and Miss
C ttliirltnse Castle of O Fallon Mo
iTafd 4a4iiiThty A obferdfiv Ihoy
are cousins nniij5jjn rJrWouvciy
nml ii
This morning at 1030 oclock
they were united in the parlors of the
New Richmond ilnel Hev K H
Itamse of the Broadway M E
chinch olllciating Quito a crowd
witutssed the ceiemonv the coup e
came hore tTevnde tho Missouri law
the inter inarrhge ot
cousins ami will return nt once
MARKETS
tItHrtel Ditlj Uy lcy Grain CatatMbr
Ciiicaoo Nov 1 1 Docpinber
wheat opened nt 80 l4 to 80i it
highest point wns 80 i U closed
at 7 b
Corn opened at 25V it
highest point was and closed
11IJV its highest
and eloewl at
WH b
January pork opened at 795
and closed at 785
Lard opened at 127 and closed
at S123 s
Itibs opeued at a90 and closed
at 310
January cotton opened at 783
ami closed at lOV
Har silver Clt
HANK bTATEMKNT
The bank slatcinctit for the vveek
closing twjyti
ItoservoinOroaso 80t85Sa
Loans increase 3278 ItOO
Specie iticicase 8220000
Lpgall tender iuoreaso tiUi
200
Deposits Incroaso 15010000
Circulation decrease 17200
Clearances of wheat for this week
tGlitnOO bushels hibl week -172000
biu hols
Filial LlKht
To my patrons I hc at consid
erable expense proDntcd to give the
very latost ami iiV artlsttu results
iu Hash light fotufrafy
xr r Ml iirv
J V
If yu like tho Sus toll jour
ueighbnis and friends about it
GEORGE ROTH
THE TAILOR
no to
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1 nmiimn nirnrn Olinn
imviMHTAN i UAhULtl inur
tion
Quality V
ital
madnnd
de-
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as
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321 BroaaJ
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BmaaTamiaT m m I
if aoiibc
If you want tho boat coal in the city you can
Illinois Goal Company who handles the celebrates
PKNCKNTSAWEBl
f J BEEGDOLL
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TiIRZT CLASS DRIVERS
BEST ATTENTION TO BOARDERS
stable Corner Third and Washington Streets
sfv awr qzj7fJk
Wmm r
Cant
houia not foroet to REGISTK
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WNjOW shades ana
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TEN CENTS A W
ST - LOUIS - AND - BIG - IKIUDPY - CUXJONr
No clinkers no dirt but pure clean coal Our Egg
Goal far excels all other coal for grates or i toves Our
Washed Poa Goal beats the world for furnace or cooking
Wo only charge one price the year around Th poor
got their load of coal as cheap per bushel as the rich
their thousands of bushels Try our coal and you will
use no other Lump 10c Egg 9c Washed Pea 6c
BARNES ELLIOTT
- 1roprietoro Illltiois Coal Company
Paducah - Bottling- C6nigjhr
AOENT CELEUHATED
LOUIS OBERTS BEER Of St Louis
In kegs ad bottles
Also various tcinporanco drinks Soda Fop Seltzer Water Orange
Cider Ginger Ale etc
Telephone orders filled until 11 oclock at night during week and 12 oclock
Saturday nights
Telephone 101
10th and Madison Streets TADUCAU KV
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G reii
Successor to M J Greif
WALL PAPER
WINDOW SHADES
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JLiOG C0UKT STKEEt
JaKsAnGlatib
Livery Feed and Boarding Stables
jjAZtaW
afc
rr
S200 and 250
IN LiOk
Tliey arc up to
for the money
dale
ADKINS COCHRAN
i
Hold a Cand
The Kind of clothing sno houses sell cant hold a entidlc to the kind sold bj the Oak Hall
There are three bl UOM5 POINTS about our clothes The make the fit and tho oxcluslve
ncM of tin ir atjle The fall nnd winter suits and overcoats which we aro now selling are worn
by tho llKVP DltKssFI mon and boys in Indueah and they have gained a complete victory
over all othoi mukos fut stvlo and lowncss of price
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