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YOLUMJC 1 NUMHKlt 72
GETTINUEADY
TlioBonuil Money Democrats arc
Determined
SHARKEY GETS THE MONEY
Uorboti HeiHls TcleR of
HymimtJiyntid IncliHlcM
u ClmlIMiK
PRESIDENTS MESSAGE COMPLETE
K VnrW no 1 More tUnti 100
Awtr vi -- --
prominent National Democrats inter-
csteu Iw uio lorrnauon ui v
nent organization in tills county met
tonight at the Hoffman House in re
sponse to a circular sent out by Cor
Ioratlon Counsel Francis M Scott
Among those present were Mr
Bcott John DoWIlt Warner Wheel
er II Pcckham United States Dis
trict Attorney McKarlanc Pollco
Commissioner Andrews Kobcrt U
lloosovclt cx Gov Hugh S Thoinj
aon of South Carolina Coroner
Hocbcr John Jcrolcmon and Charily
Commissioner Enure
There was an Interchange of views
and the appointment of a committee
of fifteen to draw a plan for strength
ening the National Democratic or
eantznUon In the county was author
ized Tho mcctlna adjourned sub
ject to the call of the chairman
SIIAHKEY
Wtta Struck lleloW tlio licit Say
the Doctor
Sai Francisco Dec 4 A certi
fied check for tho amount of tho
v purse was given to Sharkey by Kef
crco Wyatt Karp after tho fight
Wednesday night Some of Fltz
simmons backers talked of enjoin
ing tho banlr from paying the check
It g claimed as the check was ccr
tlflcd tho bank has no option hut to
pay Its holder It is also claimed
that the decision of the refrec is final
and not susceptible to apeal to the
courts
Physicians and newspaper men who
participated in or witnessed the ex
amination of Sharkey after he was
carried from tho ring say he was vis
ibly wounded below the belt Doc-
tors say his condition is serious but
not dangerous
Witnesses of tho fight declare this
morning that a foul blow was tin-
V 1 1 M IMW
tlouutouiy uciiTcrcu uuk uiuuj
Ilovfi It was accldeatal
Corbotta Chullongc
Now York Dec 4 At tho con
clusion of tho Fltxalnwnons Sharkcy
fight In San Francisco James J Cor
bctt telegraphed Sharkey as follows
Tom Sharkoy Son Francisco Cal
I am very sorry at Mr Fitzsimmons
foul tactics in his contest with you
which prevented you getting a deci
sion over him In a full ten round
contest without a foul I am ready
to meet you on or before Janury 1
1807
Jamm J CounnTT
December 3 180C 240 a in
The Very Latest Ghcssc
Washington Dec 4 Tho latest
lip on tho cabinet is
Secretary of State Henry Cabot
Ixxlgo of Massachusetts
Secretary of tho Treasury Mark
A Hanna of Ohio
Secretary of War Gen Horace
Porter of New York
Secretary of the Navy Charles A
Uoutcllo of Maine
Attorney General William It
Day of Ohio
Secretary of Agriculture Judge
Waymier of California
Secretary of the Interior Henry
C Payne of Wisconsin
Postmaster General H Clay Ev
ans of Tennessee
Judge White Is Judge
Frankfort Dec 4 Judge James
D White who has been elected to
succeed Joseph it Lnndcs who has
llllcd tho unexpired icrwoi mu ii
John K Grace arrived In Frankfort
yesterday and received his commis
alon from the Secretary of State He
was sworn In this morning as a Judge
of tho Court of Appeals
Attacked a Congressman
Cincinnati O Dec 4 A
Times Star special from Lexing
Emmll of Hell
ton says that Wm
county made an attempt to kill Cou
irrcssman II G Colson Kmmll
was pursuing an eloping daughter
and finding her seated by Colson ac
cused him of aiding tlw clopemout
and made Ids attack Ho was pre
vented from doing harm
Wont the Extra ShhsIoii
Cincinnati Doc 4 It is believed
here that strong pressure will bo
brought to bear on Gov Hradloy
by the national Kepubllcan commit
tee to induco him to call an extra
session In order to make Biire of a
Republican successor to Senator
Hlackburn
Snow In South Carolina
Columbus S C Doc 4 The
most dcatrctlvo snow storm that has
occurred n thlsstato for many years
Several Inches have
s now raging
already fallen ami wju r
jraront prospect of an Jmmcdiato
piauifvr
A Nonugennrlun Dead
Stanford K eo
Hrlght tho oldest man In L n
coln county died hero early this
morning at tho advanced ago of
ulnctyfour years Mr Hrlght was
Ami Join the Army f the In-
surgents
Jacksonville Fin Hoc 3 A
special to the Citizen from Key Wist
says News has been received here
that tho troops of the Spanish garri
son at San Jose do Las Lajas twenty
miles southeast of Havana aban
doned their post and Joined the in
surgents Many of the citizens ac
companied the troops and carried
ammunition with them The news
caused great excitement at tho pal
aee and fresh troops were immedi
ately scut to tho Hst and order was
restored Hefore the troops arrived
anarchy reigned and when tho troops
reached tho city many residents were
shot down in the streets
THIS THE DAY
HEx
one of tho early settlers of this coun
ty where ho has spent a long and
uiefiil life -Ho was ono of tho most
pr mlncnt and wealthy men In tho
coimtv A lifelong Democrat ho was
one of those advertised widely as In
ton ling still to uphold tho standard
of his party by voting for Hrynn
Fx Coiivlct lulled
Crittenden Ky Dec 4 Bob
Koutcu an ex convict has becu run
ning amuck In this county and lias
terrorized tho community Ho was
arrested this morning nnd committed
to Jail to await trial on numerous
charges
Ilig Monoy for IloracH
Lexington Dec yester
days horse sales J 11 Haggan of
California bought Candlemas for
16000
Imp Order was knocked down at
tho miction salo to J It Hoggin for
20000
Irohnbty No Itccommendutloii
Washington I C Dc 4
President Cleveland has completed
his mossago to Cougrcsi and it is be
lieved to contain no recommendation
with reference to Culm
CUBAS LOSS
General Saueliez a Unhid Cu
ban Loader Killed
in JJattlc
With General Marti Ho IMaiiuod
tho lUswilutlon Ills Death
a Severe Loss
New York Dec 4 Tho Cuban
lunta has received from Cuba con
firmation of tho reported death In
battle of MnJ Gen Sorafln Sanchez
inspector general of the iusurgciit
army at Las Damas Santa Clara
province on November 20 An ex
pedition was expected from Jamaica
and part of the forces of Gens Car
rilos and Sanchez started for the
const to receive it Tho insurgents
numbered 1200 men hut before
reaching the point where the expedi
tion was to disembark the column
was attacked by 3000 Spaniards un
der Gen Iuquc A tlespcrate battle
ensued which lasted five hours dark
ness making it impossible to con
tinue the fight In the battle the
Spaniards suffered n lot of 170
killed and 00 wounded Tho Cuban
loss was 43 killed and JC wounded
Gen Sanchez mounted on n small
horse was in the thickest of the bat
tic A column of Spanish soldiers
suqirlicd tho insurgents by au attack
from tho rear and Gen Sanchez re
ceived a bullet in tho hack le re
mained on his horse however and
aiinougu uis coiupavnoia inwi u u
duco htm to retire ho refused saying
that he was not badly wounded Ten
minutes later he fell from his horse
and soon expired His lost words
were Viva Cuba Libre
Gen Sanchez wn boru forty two
year ago in Sauti Spirtu district
Santa Clara his father being a
wealthy pliuter In Koy West he
planned with Josu Marti tho present
revolution mid lis efforts are due in
a large measure to his work
SPANIARDS LIT TIIUIK POST
The Brooklyn Cable Will be Across
V Night
Today tho cablo from Hrooklyn to
Paducah Is being laid and will probr
ably bo strung by night This work
can bo dono ijuickly but thu
putting in approaches etc will
consume a much longer tune
The tug Ida wcut down to do thr
work today and quite a number of
pcoplo were prcscut In the party that
was invited to watch tho work
WlLLNOTLUAVi
Justice Harnett Returns From
Marshall County
Justice It II Harnett returned
this morning from Hirmingliam
Marshall county where ho has boon
at work on his fathers estate He
was accompanied by his brother
Itenos who is preparing to go luto
business at Hirmingliam
Justlco Harnett says ho will not
move away from Paducah as report
ed His regular court day is tomor
row and there 13 quite a large
docket
Hlg Darrein of Itoo
Yesterday perhaps tho largist con
signment qt whiskey ever shipped
from Paducah was spnt out in three
nr bv Looh Hloom nnd Co for
Mississippi iu charge of Mr Max
Ihfbronner ono or luo linn inero
were ICO Uarreis ntm nil were snip
tied toLctlior Liko In nil other
business tho liquor tralllo has won
derfully Increased slncu I no election
Tho dally bu iu ncst paper
la tho city 10 contsVwikr
WANTED TO DIE
Solomon JIuhh Kmiulro Did Not
Liko ho Jail
SLASHED AT HIS THROAT
in Justice WlnclieMtcrN Officio
TliltOIoriilmr llo Got
a 100 Flue
CAPTURED NEAR CLARKS RIVER
Ill submit tho cno to you an
nounced Sol Glass nh nit noon to
Justice Winchester when ho was ar
raigned on n chtirgo of maltreating
Ids divorced wife Mrs Kcrrilier
Glass
Ho supported himself on tho man-tie-piece
and began to weep bit
terly
This is n very grave charge
ngaiusl you ndiiioulshed Jiiistlco
Winchester who had llrsl continued
the case until Thursday and tlxcd
the bond of Glass ntLr
Just before ho started out wltll
Olllcer Jeff Harnliurt to llnd a bonds
man ho hesitated turned and said
ho would submit the case
You aro charged with attempting
to kill your wife and with keeping
her iu continual four of bodily liiitin
nndfeWith other culpable nets You
have done so contrary to law and
lmve no claim upon this woman She
is not your wife Ill have to give
you the full extent of tho Inw
Thus spoKo the oracle Justice
Winchester
Id rattier sec my codlu than spend
even fifty days iu jail
Kcrrilier you oughtnt to have
tills done to me 1 tills came from a
uontrite heart
Well Sol you oughtnt to have
done me like you did
Hits is the sententious colloquy
that occurred between Glass and the
woman he attempted to kill only yes-
terdav Hoth looked sorry Hit very
determined
These principals Sol Gloss the
wary and his much abused
and divorced wife who ha been
mortallv nfraid of him for several
months past wcro face to faco hoth
to get justice
Sol
leaned upon the mantle piece
In the justicos olllco and wept bit
terly His hand stole into Ins pocket
unnoticed and in an iustuut ho drew
forth his knife one blade opeued
and main nJuuge at -hi roatinik
ing an nttempt ut selt destruution
which happily was thwarted by the
ngillty and pretence of mind of Olll
cer Jeff Haruhart who seized the
resolute arm Just in time with the
exclamation Sol you mustnt kill
yourself
There was great excitement among
the spectators -at this unexpected
turn of affairs mid Mrs Glass
seemed relieved to see that there was
protection near and that her incor
rigible husband haviug no one else
to cut had decided to cut himself
Justice Winchester passed sen
tence for S 100 the extreme penalty
of the law mid Solonniti dried the
briny secretions iu the corner of his
eyes He sunt no would go to jail
without resistance and was safely
incarcerated there by Olllcer Ham
hart V
The capture of this man who
is n desperado on u small scale was
a skillful piece of detective work As
told else where Glass attempted o
kill his wife yesterday afternoon He
llrst threatened to shoot her and then
drew a knife on her
She contrived to escape and ran
out into the road near Mecliauicshurg
fortunately meeting Olllcer Harnliurt
Her clothes were torn trot
her nrms and she warned
tho olllcer against going inside
saying that Glass would kill him The
olllcer went in and Glass throw his
hand into his pocket hut was quickly
covered by tho olllecrs pistol and
forced to throw up his hands He
hud already given the pistol to his
daugliter however and hud nothing
but the knife Olllcer Harnliurt lind
to let him go having no warrant for
his arrest nnd not having sjeen any of
tho dilllciilty
Tills morning Olllcers Hiirnhurt
and Phillips were deputized by Sher
iff Holland to go out and get Glass
All tho deputy sheriffs and constables
had been after the elusive miscreant
for tho past six or eight mouths but
could never capture him
Tho olllcers ensconced themselves
in buggy buttoned up their coats
so their stars wouldnt show and
struck tho trail
About four miles from the city on
tho Clarks river road they met a
crowd and began offering to trade
horses Nobody recognized them
and the const was clear
Olllcer Harnliurt asked something
about Sol Glass having horses to
trade and ono old fellow remarked
I liiiint seed Sol Glass for ueurly a
year till this uioruin I seed him
up tho road hyar nn 1 speck hes
tlmrytt
Tho olllcers proceeded up tho road
and met Glass who was kcoping In
tho mlddlo of tho road Ho was ar
rested and mndo no resistance and
tho olllcers would likely never have
found out where ho was if tlioy had
not played tho horse trade racket
as tliov wcro about to abandon tao
search when thoy ascertained that
tho man thoy wanted was in tho
neighborhood
Glass has no earthly way to liqui
date his heavy line and us u result
will likely remain in Juil for three
mouths or wore
UCA
There Will He Two Tobacc6 In
spectortt
Tho three dissenting warehouse
men will Imvo an additional Inspector
of tobaccos This has virtually been
settled but as yet no election has
been held nnd nono of tho ware
housemen Becmcd to know when it
would be held
Mr Piper has entered Into his
now administration and there will
likely be no trouble respecting his
election
Tho
No
SET FOR TUESDAY
Brooklyn Murder
Continued
Cases
New Developments The
Women Involved aro
Wanted
Two
TIiq cases against Town Marshal
Phil Lynn for killing Milas Hrad
shaw at Hrooklyn and tho cases
against Hart nnd Hob Lynn nnd
John Lcmlcy for killing Hen Ladd
nt Hrooklyn have nil been continued
nt Metropolis until next Tuesday
It is learned from a reliable source
that Moll Edwards and Norn Lasloy
who are believed to he accessories
and who were living with tho murd
erers have aUo been indicted but
putid by tho Illinois olllcers
v jfnre at present llvlug in tho
western part of tho city If they
have not been they will bo as they
nrc clearly accessories
BROKE HIS LEG
Hurry Fuqtia Colored lias a
The Team
Gotten
Ley Broken
Is Supposed to Have
Frightened nt a
Train
This forenoon Hairy nnd Hcnne
bcrgers big team of blnck horses ran
away near Sixth nnd Jones streets
about It30 oclock
There was e big load of feed stuff
on the wagon which was being taken
to the depot
The horses took fright at a train it
is supjioscd nnd threw tho colored
driver violently out breaking his
leg His uame is Haary Fuqua and
it is not tho first time the team ran
away with him
The feeds tuff was scattered all
over tho Sixth ward It Is said but
this is probably nn exaggeration Tho
damage to the wagon will be consid
erable
Tlio wagon was oneof tho large
vlj o
conl vehicles
Tfrnti and meal
W hen the horses shjed as tho engine
passed oiic of tho sacks fell on their
feet and tho driver was thrown tho
wheels passing over his leg
Dr White was called and dressed
the injury and it was found that the
llesh was ground almost to a pulp
and the bone was broken
This nfternoon it is thought that
tho limb will have to ho amputated
Fuqua lives on North Tenth street
She
MARIA WAS MAD
Wanted a WarrsiHt
Didnt Get It
Continued at Metropolis
April
Hut
Sho Did Not Apply to Indue Sun
dors According to tho
Jatturd Statement
Maria llcuuctt colored says this
is an uugrateiiil world sue lives
away up near Hoyds alley and in
days past has been a valuable auxili
ary to the police force she chums
Among these things for which the
polico should be grateful to her she
says aro for keeping lUcm Informed
relative to the whereabouts of Walter
Crump whom they eamo within an
ace of catching once and for putting
them outo Hob Jordan who robbed
the Wisdom rcsiietce on Jefferson
Street
Sho applied for a warrant yester
day against some colored people of
the neighborhood for maligning her
She says they charge her with hav
ing lioeii iu tho penitentiary i is
said that alio has been to onp of these
institutions bul was pardoned
No warrant wi3 issued and today
she was consulting n liwyer ii re
gard to the matter claiudng tlmi n
warrant was refiucd her whon she
was entitled to one
Judge Sauders upon iunuiry
stntcd that sho had made no applica
tion to hjtn for a warrant and liencp
ho know nothing whatovcr about the
case Marshal Collins said the
Woman was not entitled to n war
rant and for tlt reason ono was not
Issued
THE ALLABD CASE
Until
Tuc Defendant Oliver Allurd Una
Hcon Very III
Tlio divorce case of Mrs Vina Al
lard against 01ivcr Allard has been
continued m the Metropolis court
until the first day o tho next April
term of court This was owing to
the dtendauta illness Yesterday he
was reported to bo in a dying con
dition from pneumonia or somo kin
dred trouble nnd it was suid he
could not livo until moping Ho is
conllucdto his homo near Hrooklyn
and this morning his nurse eamo to
tho city ami reported that ho was
iliuuh bettor and ablo to sit up
Dai l y
IADUUAII KENTUCKY FtfDAY DECHMHKK 1000
A BAD B4LLAR0ITE
Jtlcluird Wagner Who Bays Jle
Will fiot Work
Claims to Have Ilecii Hobbed by
a Ganir Tlint Got lllm
Drunk
A little cold this morning
Judge remarked Jlichard Wagnorn
hold bad bloke from Hnllnrd county
near hovclaccvillc as he took his
seal on repentant row iu tho police
court tljls morning
Humph observed Judge San
dors wit n n smile ns ho adjusted his
glasses that man must have been
nrrested for drunkenness and brought
up before ho got sober
What docs tho defendant say
he asked Wagner after rending the
charge of drunkenness from the
docket
Well I dont zackly know
JudgcP lie said All 1 remember
is that woke up in that dark
down there
place
Well from your statement
Jocularly commented the judge one
would uu led to believe that you
were feUghtly under the iulltiencc of
liquor Tho three spectators in
the Aifditorium laughed nnd tho two
now A nvals smiled too if they
didnJJaiow what it was about
Ono dollar and costs adjudged
bis honor
After court n crowd of idle lawyers
and reporters gathered about Wag
ner who unit in addition to tho tat
tcrcdremnnnt of bis jag a light
mousmcuo almost red and a rubi
cund countenance that shed a nidi
auco almost equal to an electric
llghtf
I Jntgoln to wuk this fine ho
said with determination Im jest
goin tci Btny around and smoke cr
out I dont work no uot a bit of
it Why gentlemen lie Indig
nantly said I dont even work at
homof Ive got a white man and n
niggcrthnr ter do my work there
Somebody told him ho would get
writtca up in the newpapcrs
I Jdont kecr cf 1 do he said
theinjS s of b s down In Haliard
whar live won t believe anything
liko that on me Why Im too re
spectable a mnu ter git drunk
Theyll say its a darned lie they
willf
Thon he began getting penitent
He toUl Capt Collins that ho hod
been drugged or gotten drunk by
several characters well known In po
lice circles who robbed him of 827
As httfwas drunk no warrant was is
sued rgainst him
According to his story they drank
him jSink and then went through
i rjis TEocKcta lie was not
A
altfjpt bdtwalroado any-
irtAKKirrS
UeportedDally by lacy Grain Company
Chicago Dec 4 December
wheat opened at 71- its
highest point was 79a 7 closed
at 77
May wheat opened at 83 -to
82 T Its highest point was 83i
and closed nt ti07u
Dec corn opened at 23b its
highest point
was
231 and
cioscu at n i
May corn oncned at SCr and
iclosed nt 2G8
May oats opened at 21 and
closed nt213B s
January pork opened at S7C5
and closed at 700
JJnnunry lard opened at S395
January ribs opened at S3J0 and I
I closed at 385 I
Cotton opened as follows January i
8747 March 8750 December at I
New Orleans 8701 The market
closed a little lower
Clearances iu wheat and Hour
401000 bushels
Old OflUers Ko flcctcd
LilU lilt rout
The Executive Hoard of the Union
of American Hebrew congregations
held a short meeting this morning
and organized for tho ensuing year
The old olllcers were nil re elected
as follows President Julius Irci
hurg of Cincinnati Vico President
Josiah Cohen of Pittsburg Secre
tary lichinan Licvy of Cincinnati
Treasurer kouis Krohn of Cincin
nati
Just Received
NELSON SOU ITS
100 Pounds
Huylersj
GEORGE E0T1I
THE TUpi
Will make you a-
Nobby FallSuit
or Overcoat
CXU OK HfM
N0333BI1OADWAY
UN
Fine China Cut Glass
i
TEX CENTS A WEEK
Holiday Goods All Displayed
Our stock is replete with
domestic manufacture in
the latest things of
foreign and
Fancy Baskets and Handsome Lamps
Selecting your Christmas Presents now you havo first
choice from the leading stock of Paducah
Elegant line of CHAFING DISHES just received
J0MI07 Broadway
109 117 N Third St-
50c
ShtrU havmloulile ribbed
Ikillomt mid iKMtl but
toim Your choke for
uoikgnwnt
Men tWee llnwl nn
Urrwear heavy weight
150
linn trrlutlnu comfnrv
uhle to wear 1 rU ir
milt
Mens
Suits
750
Hlnple breasttetl
Miuiire cut ack
heavy weight lu
tdaldi ami check
leathering lined
anj illk Boned
Guaranteed all
wool and Iant col
nn U nt ei at
llla mill
Wallerstein
Brothers
OAK
HALL
GEO O HART SON
HARDWARE AND STOVE CO
INCOItfORATED
J There arc lots of tricks in the trade and they are
J practiced more than you think but not hero
i
S
t
makes you sure youre right This Store guarantees
you a safe investment for every dollar you put
into tho SIIOK wo sell you It is a GOOD SHOE
STORE full of GOOD SHOES at PKICES that
worry our competitors out of their sleep You
can rott easy when you buy your shoes of
321 Broadway
JL 5
I fX I v--Pi
L x
1 1 X
HENRY GREIF
EXrEUT HOUSESIK
SOUTH FOUUTI
ii
XVili
V
Ksuert Track Shoeing
Saddlo and Ifarncus
Ilorsos a Hpociallt
CARRIAGE AND BU3Y
PAIRING
UKSIUINCK OVEH SlAil
RE-
A
S DABNEY
V
DENTIST
406 BROADWAY
Me2J
S J Be Sure Youre Right
J on Jb ootwear
This Store
Ove
Coats
co Jin
oo tu
llHio and black
kersey ovarconu
cut atyluib iude
with velvet col
larH ItalUu lined
and Dined silk
sleeve lined Your
choice and tit tor
HMO
3rd and Bdy
I
GEO ROCK St SON
Heres a Corker poys
And gold in your pockets or one and all to
call And get
picked over
225 Mens Calf
Shoes selling
in nil the toes lace or
This price is good for
cnly
SEE that
h cn
trMjp
YOU A PAIR BEFORE THEY ARE
ADKINS COCHRAN
lioes bought of us Polished Free 331 Broadway
Cant Hold a Candle
Oalrilall
The kind of clothing some houses sell cant hold a candlo to tho kind sold by the
There aro three STHONG POINTS about our clothes The make the fit and tho ejrclusivo
ness of their stylo Tho fall and winter suits and overcoats which wo aro now scllinjrA worn
by tho WEST DRESSED meu and boys in Paducah and tliey have eaineJ - compfeto victory
over nil othot mukoa for stylo and lownosa o prioo J
Mm- Huavy Drly
RbtHt Underwear Im
Uronuund Ulue
Mens Iptue Hats
Krays browns snd black
They have wide j
100
J
01
iW
silk liandsnd leather
sweat buiia Yours now
atchulcejfor llUO
fehaveallnnofllar
rCasslujere Pants at
250
Men who hav een
them say theyre the best
or the money
Wallerstein
Brothers
f
i
J WMoore
dkAkjt IX
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Canned Goods of jU Kinds
Frco delivery to all partA gf the city
Cor 7thaud A
t
Adams
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