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YOIjUMK 1 NUMHKR
FOR PEACE
UtHlcrHtHiiiUntr Arrived M
twoen Ulovolrtnd wml
Do Lome
Oun Hundred House Destroyed
mid Fllty People Killed by
11 Landslide 111
Ireland
H
itminrn nc DIUf C1IIIIRPC
AjnUWDin ur Hni imiwiii t
Washington Deo 28 Tlic Post
tomorrow will say It hv Avon
learned from fin iinorntlve source
tlmt Bfcrctarj Olney and Scnor
Dcniiyrfe iiome tho Spanish Minis-
for have practically terminated the
negotiation on the Cuban question
- whloh nro to be ubinittct to Con
gross when It convenes on Inuunry
o Tho terms o tho agreement are
based on the recent olllelnl ooniinuni
cation from Premier Cnfloviu ml
dressed to the Secretary of State
IIIMKAI WKYLliH
In Camp in tin lrnliicc
Pillar Del Kio
im
lie-
NEW MESSAGE IS EXPECFED
or
of
Havana Dee 28 Cnptlrn
Weylor since KUurdsy Inst has been
enmped two miles from Joj Pnlncols
produce of Piuar del Kio
Tho Insurgent dvnninltod and de
railed n military tinln near Ksjor
nliji province of Santa Clara They
then attacked the twin hut were re
pulsed by its escort
The report of the death of tho in
surgent general Juan Itu is con
tinued
The Military JouTiiur of iuaim
liaeoii near this city has issued 11 de
cree prohibiting persons from leaving
that town oAcept by the highway of
Itegln Inyano Corral 1 aNo and
Cojimn Hearers of provisions etc
must duvUru before lt niug town the
iquantlty in their jKMewlnn ami itn
slKtiintion Tills ntcp whs tnkeii to
lireent the smuggling of provision
to tho Insurgent During the night
of Wednesday December 21 a mini
Iwr of insurgents trlisl to chks tho
military line of Puerto Principe be
tween iiuvaroM on tho south coast
inn I Moron at tho extremity of the
j nilrond In the north
The troopi made n stublniru resb M
nnufc ami olihgwl tho enemy lo re
tire
On DhPember 20it was niinunneul
today the insurgents dynamited n
train on the railroad between Jtiimron
aup Moron blowing up the engine
destroying several empty cars and
injuring tvo llrciuen and a boy
The oomoyof en lloeh which
left Mniuamillo provinceof Santiago
do Cuba 011 Di combcr KJ was still
nt Veguita on December 21
too tnosr ioiu oMirmr
II avium Jeoplo Qui Hear tho Ill
iiigiiuu Sec the Burn
ing Houses
KryWiat Fl- 28 The
nUnoks upon tho suburbs in and
around Havana have become u com
mon affair now Saturday night the
llring could bo hoard in the city
proper while tho uros from burning
building could easily bo seen 1 he
ollleials ont out extra troops Sun
day for guard duty Advices from
Artemisn roiwrt desultory lighting as
Uiveras band have madn several
dashes at tho Spanish columns and
jii iwo iiKnhcos inllieting consider-
nblc Ifs Col San Martins troojw
wcro forced back Saturday morning
by a very strong forco of insurgents
who drove Ukiu half a mile until re
enforcements arrived ami turned tho
Udo of battle A light I reported to
have occurred near IMnar Del Kio
city Friday wliiohis claimed by he
victory They report
Siuiilards as a
port that they cut to pieces a large
insurgent baud
Tho battalion of Cuena uoar Ala
Uiiuas was set upon Thursday by
largo Cumin force and compelled to
retreat under tho lire of tho fort at
Maintiuu fliey lost tweuty six men
wounded and killed ami the Cuban
1 una nliont tlio same The
lanUlost their Held equipment of
i mviiriiis and 0110 small
cunnou
ANOTUKK CUBAN MISS AUK
Infected
land
From President Oloyc
When Congress
KcnMeiublcs
Washington Dec 20 It was
Hlulcd today un nigh authority that
President Cleveland is making prep
arations to scud to congress after tho
holiday recess an emphatic mossugo
on tho Cuban question During tho
past few days tho ollleials of tho de
partment of justlco lmvo been very
busy getting up data bearing on the
position taken by Secretary Olney on
U10 Cuban ipiesliou
It is said tlutt Assistant Attorney
General Whitney bos been tusfgucd
u ilso and that ho has furnished
tho Secretary of Sttito with a brief lu
support of tho stand taken by Mr
Olney that tho recognition of n for
eigu government Is solely nil execu
tlvo function Sonic very InteroUlng
dovclopmcntl may bo expected
January 6
BRADLEY TO RESIGN
80 HayH iv ypeciitl CorroMponduiit
of IlicUourlcisIonriml
Tliclioinriiur lnnri Ynrks for
fur United Slutivi Scmitor
Frankfort Ky Deo 28 fSpco
inl to tho CouriorJouriinl liuru is
nows for those who have picked outn
nioo iorcign mission for Jov llrtid
ley mid removed lilt iinmo from tho
list of probable starters In tho Mnruh
Bcnntorial dorb Cov llrudley is not
going to bo offered nny place by MnJ
McKinley and is not going to no
uept any phuo Tho correspondent
of tho Courier Journal personally
knows anil is at last permiltcd to
say that Gov llradlcy several weeks
ngo wrote n letter to Jlaj McKinley
In which he told tho president elect
that ho McKinley had no oillec in
his gift which he ItnuJJojJ vouhl to i
ccpi
Columbia National
Minneapolis Minn Dec 211
The Columbia National Bank of
this city failed to open fcr business
this morning nud n notice posted on
tho door stated It was in the bunds of
tho comptroller This bank had a
oapitnl ol 200000 nud nu uvornge
deposit of 100000 n lato report
gives it loans ami discounts at 150-
000
Van NorUjIck Bank
Batavia ill Dec 211 The bank
of NY Mnnd J K Van Nortwick
of this city n small privuto banking
concern established in 1888 failed
today Tho failure is beloved to
lmvo been caiuod by too heavy in
vostineuts in roal ostato by whksrrtho
bank funds were tied up
Mllltfn Ordered to bo Jfejuly
Paris Ky Dec 2C Thrwits of
mob violence agninst Howe the
Cynthlaim murderer have induced
tho Governor at the renuest of tho
sheriff of this county order the
Lexington Guards to bo in tendinis
for 11 call to arms A he ivy guard
has been pluccd nbout tho Jail
A Diugulst Assign
Oweiisboro Deo 2J G NY Ap
pel n druggist of this city has made
au assignment for tho benefit of hU
creditors No statement of assets
and liabilities has yet been mado by
tlio assignee
Shot liy MNttiUa
Bedford lnd Dec 2U John
Iieppey n prominent citicn of I his
placo was Inst night mistaken for a
burglar and shut by tho town mar
shal His injuries uru believed to bo
fatal
Moat Cabinet Places Settled
Canton O Dec 29 President
elect MoKiuloy today stated that tho
cabinet slate was almost complete
ami nearly nil selections made His
believed Senator Sherman will hold
tlo loading portfolio
Doritruethu fuiuhlidt In Ireland
Dublin Dec 29 A big landslide
in county Kerr rosiilted yesterday
iu the dUtmctiou of 100 dweliugs
ufter and tho killing of nt least llfty per-
lon
TIN HORN
John Mcflcliou Colored in tlit1
Lockup
CHARGED WITH GAMING AGAIN
HewMiU Small Dnrldcs Fined i0
anil Contt Today
A SHORT SESSION OF COURT
Nor is this all Jov llradlcy in- ago he mul
tends to resign the olllco of governor
nt nu early date Ho told a friend
in his olllco tliiu afternoon tlmt he was
going lo do so no matter what tho
outcome of the political Issues now
at stake He said the place was
killing him ami ho could not afford
to stay in it until what little health
ho had was lost
Nor is this all The govornor may
not ssy so and has not said sn to
any one so far ns tho Courier-Journal
correspondent knows but hu
believes that John W Yerkors will be
the next senator and will be n can
didate nt the proper time There is
also good reason for believing that
Mr Yorkers instead of accepting a
handsome olllcc at tho hinds of Maj
McKinley Is going lo prefer tho In
valuable aid of Mewrs McKinley
nud Ilnunti in this race for senator
that ho will gel this aid nud will
therefore win the rao
Till JHANTMONUMliN I
Now
York Will lul lp Money
for tlic Dedication
Ceremonies
New ork Dec 2i Ihe Board
of INtimatus Unlay insertcsl In tho
budget for lnJT life sum of 70001
to he expended in the ceremonies
attending the dedication of the i rant
monument on April 27
ieu Hornet Porter prusiduut of
the Irani Monument Asftocmtion
who was present at tho meeting of
the board said thai CO000U Imd
been contributed already by 80000
eitixous for the erection of the monu
ment and the amx hillou was of the
opinion that the city should take
upon Ms shouhbtti tlic cost of the
dedication ceremontas
The dtHlieatiou of tlio monument
would likely be attended by the got
eruors and state otlieers and militia of
the various ntales the members of
the diplomatic iorw the uay ami
military and foreign countries would
be iuvitisl to send each a war cscl
The legislature would be likely to
make the day a legal holiday
Tho Howard Wheel Company
Newport Ky Dec 21 The
Howard Wheel Co of this city
manufacturers of hiiyclcs made an
assignment yotcrduy for tho beuetlt
of creditors The company has nev
er done n large busluusi and the con
stant tendency toward a decline In
prices since it started in business has
rendered its business precarious from
the beginning Asoets nud liabili
ties not vet known
Tho murky mug of John McGchcc
tho Inveterate tin horn gambler
smiled from the clouds of several
months tnobscurity in Judge Sanders
com I this morning John is a
gambler from away back because
his experience tri back twenty
I years or more Two yonrsVr more
his wife were both sent
enccci 10 mo peimenuary lor a ear
fur setting up n game and after be
ing released wore brought back and
incarcerated iu tlio county jail to
serve i00 days imposed 011 the luck
less twain by the same jury that said
they were entitled to a years free
training Iu the state prison
Through sheer pity however and
in consideration of the interests of
the taxpayers nl whoso oxponse the
prisoners were imprisoned Common
wealths Attorney Bradshaw and
County Attorney Ilouser had them
rolensed
John hnd remained In tlio back
ground until this morning when he
was presented 011 ti warrant charging
lii 111 with engaging in a gameof craps
iu n vacant house 011 Washington
street uoar Ninth with Grant Peal
Arthur Crawford French Owens
Bud Dixons and Lcc Harris
Judge Sanders administered a
wholesome roast to MuGchee for
thus demoralizing the boys who are
hardly old enough to take off short
brecchos Thore were only two
things that went iu mitigation of the
offense one was that it is so near
Christmas time that Judge Sanders
hasnt gotten rid of his good will
towards men ami then the boys
thumselves although young are not
very susceptible to doinoializutlon
All were lined 20 and costs except
French Owens who said ho
wasnt guilty ami proved it
Af or IJie game McGchcc nud
Grant Peal engaged iu i fight oor
the gsmc and both plcnricd guiltr
this morning A line of 20 and
cobi was HMHcssod against each
Judge Sanders decided this
ing that Mr K C Miller was not
guilty of cruelly to animals by
birthing a horse lo John McKinleys
front fence nud leaving it for 21 hours
without feeding it hecauso in a re
sult of Justice Winchesters decision
tho hor o didnt belong to him but
to John McKinley whose duty it was
to take it iu According lo the
court no 0110 is guilty of cruelty lo
the horse but it went without food
or water for over i day just tho
same
Will JiuioB n well known young
man pleaded guilty this morning be
fore Judge Sunders to n charge of
refusing to pay his faro on n street
car Ho Jumped on ami roda Cwo
wjimreri and lue motoruiau nfter ho
jumped off attempted to make him
Ky but he refused
Judge Saudcri will hold cou it to
day at a oclock on account of hav
ing to go lo the country to take dep
ositions
RESUMED HIS BUN
Conductor
lloiilou is Again
tho 1 C
A Few Other Uuilroad Notes
I n t ore- t to Local
Headers
running a freight
on
of
Conductor Biuo Honton today
rosumod his run on lint Illinois Cen
tral nftur over a j cars idleness
Mr lleaton became 11 sufferer from
dropsy and moved to Dawson giv
ing up his position as n freight con
ductor which lie look back today
jm about recovered
Conductor Krwiik Wiiteler look
out u passenger run on tho I O to
day For many mouths ho has been
Iiailrosd men who seem to know
say that there ts no truth iu tho re
port that Master Mechanic Cham
bers will bo Biiocceled by Mr Has
seruiau formerly of the city
Chas Uobinson a colored Jjrakc
man 011 the J C was shot in tho
hand by tramps Sunday ut Water
Valley Uc Is now In tho hospital
here
CHUUFOU SMAIJ IlN
Itciiiurknhln Discovery Accldont
ully Muilu In itiovlco
Meljo City Mox Dee 28 Ex
portmcuU made with smallpox pa
tients iu Oiixncii show Unit jy ad-
mlnisteiiug li noy diluted in water to
smallpox patients tho pustules of the
worst variety uisanpeir mm 1110 lever
is immediately diminished Tho
mittor attruuU imch attention Tho
remedy was ncoldentully discovered
by n young girl who was dowu with
tho disonse who secretly refreshed
Ijcrsclf with honoy nud water with
iistoiiUhiug eurntlvo results and it
nas then tried 011 soldiers sick with
tho disease
0 V
5fi
Over
v
Paduc
i
nttitiMiti trwriiHPdftti
1 iiivjiiif ivniuuvirih
Said They Wcru Favorably
pressed With Tliein
lcft at Noon
Mm lliianaiinrf ftS
tors Ilend SJfl
Tom Tlsdnlo Warranted tyr n
Ilreaeli of tlic Pcnco TIiIb
illuming
vcars of auc and It is said has at
ready been to tho peuilentiary Ho
stands n good chance of going agaiu
The case ngsinst him for petty lar
ceny was continued this morning un
til Friday iu order that the other
warrant might be Issued Ho still
protests his innocence but the evi
dence against him is strong
NASHVILLE VISITORS
They Wore Driven Over Putin
culls Streets Today in
Carriages
Messrs Spencer Kakin John It
Kennedy J A Jnrrett P Clcary
and John L Kennedy Jr of Nash
ville arrived last night over tho N
C St L for tho purpose of in
specting Paducahs streets
Tho Nashville council has for some
time past been desirous of finding
soma substanco that will do to put
on some of the streets there and n
committee of aldermen was appoint
ed to conic to Padueah and look
over her far famed thoroughfares
The dijtiiigunhed visitors were
mot nl lhcNC St U depot
Inst night jn carnages by local N
C St If ollleials and taken to the
Palmer 1 ouse where a teinptjng col
lation was served
This forenoon tlic gctilleiucu In
question were driven about tlic streets
iu carriages
Tlio gentlemen after being ehown
nbout the city pxprpssed themselves
ns ucing mgiiiy pieascu ui 1110 good
appearance of tho streets to both
Mr Tenehout of tho N C St h
and Hon Chas Heed nt the Palmer
They loft at 12 oclock on n special
train on n tour over the railroad
ACTED HIE HfiQ
Didnt Uvon lciv Dm Safe
811 Takon
Ocorgo G Anderson reported this
morning that yesterday afternoon n
thief entered his room and stole n
small combination snfo containing
6Sll given Ijiin ly bj employer us
a Chriitmns present Safe am id
wcro stolen
Cannot Hccovcr
Mr It C White tlio well known
cniuiiiUsion merchant js ts after
noon reported as being In a dying
condition nud his daughters have
bceu telegraphed for
Killed IDs Cousin
liuevjUc hyi - While
engaged In ti Christmas spree yestpr
day Will Owens and his cousin Dan
Owens fell out and engaged iu a light
duriug which the former shot ami In
stantly kllcd he latter
- Jiff
i jin
1
Tom Tisdalo a well known yotitnj
tlslcPort That 1
rnllioml man was wnrrnntcd
i
IUIVIIWUII Oil II IlUIIU Ul oimm
Conductor M OMcnrn over tft
bond with n chair early this mortiBsj
Tho conductor claims that lie
rived about 730 oclock and WtL
his boarding house on Vcat nroi
way for breakfast Tisdnle was nt
ing there nnd tho conductor claims
that ho did nut know him and ihat
ho did not speak a word to him
Suddenly Tisdalo arose nnd without
n word struck OMcnrn oyhebcad
wilh a ehnir
t t itii v i --
1 iinuiij uiuw mo nuinismoa
Rr6luSVjIvyJyetor that ho was jol
lying some of tho young ladies nt
Now
tho time nnd Tisdnle declined to
make any explanation but left the
impression that the conductor raid
something to one of the young Indies
nt which ho took offense
Tisdnle appeared nt tho city hall
soon nflcr the dilllculty nnd gave
himself up The enso will bo called
in Judge Sanders court this morning
BAUNTINES BAD
Another Warrant Issued Against
Him
Charged With a Felony
Slil Says HeStole
No Geese
A warrant was Issued ngalnst Will
Ballntiue this uiorniugjiarghig him
with obtaining 11101103 j fn lrc
tenses from Mr Barr the hide man
in selling him geese stolen from Mr
J T Potter
Baliiitine lived at Konlaudlonn
and was nrrcsted yosterdny on a
charge of stealing Mr Potters geese
the offense being petty larceny
Some of tho geoee were found nt
Iscmntis wagon yard where they
hnd taken them and others were
fcuud where ho had sold them nt
various other places He
claimed ho bought the geese
off a hucksters wagon but
Mllccr Jeff Barnhart and Mr Potior
went out and secured witnesses yes
Innlnr ulwi will tostifv that he drove 1
AILV
CCKMHKIl 2l llt
HUNG A CHAIR ggy fjnjr
M is About tho Newspapcra of
Iudiicali
WE HAVENT MNY YOU KNOW
9
Ibcre Will Bo One
iiv Afternoon cvspanor
and One Death
REGISTER TO IMPROVE TO BE SMALLER
There have for several days past
been rumors of 1 now afternoon
newspaper in Padueah to fill along
felt want of course The supposed
projectors nro Messrs James P
Thompson and Chas M Lcako
Mr Thompson it is well known
settled that ho and Mr Thompson
will iu n short time give Pnducnh an
other Democratic afternoon newspa
per to be called according to re
ports the Dispatch It is un
derstood that some of the material
lias been ordered already
It Is like y thai the New Your will
usher iu other changes in newspaper
circles The Keniug Journal ac-
cording to current reports will conso
publication 011 the llrst Kditn Jim
Lemon was seen by a Sis rcpoitor
this morning and requested to oou 1
firm or deny the report lie stated 1
in reply that it was not ctsotUcd
whether the Journal will rpilt ori
not on the llrst but that if he con
cluded to devote his time ami nltiti 1
lion to other matters nud he j
ted Hint he was seriously thinking of
doing this the Journal would
then yield up its youthful spirit
M Alt Kins
Id-I- iollilly l Lr iralncmiiuB
CiiUAiio Dec 20 Ma wheat
opened at 824- its highest point
was 81 and closed at 81 Tb
Mny corn opened nl 25ii nud
clased ul25i
Mny oats opened nl 20 and
closed nl20
January pork opened at 8757
b and closed at 8752
January lard opened at 377 80
and closed nt 377
Jan ribs opened nl 377 and
closed at 3 75 7
March cotton opened nl G8J and
closed nt Cy7 8
Jan cotton opened nt 70 and
closed nt 081 2
Clearances of wheat nnd Hour for
today are 800000 bushels
Commercial National
Hoauoke Ya ico 2J The
Commercial National Hank of this
city closed its doors this morning
Tho capital of this batik is 8100000
and a recent statement claims 5150
000 surplus and 87200 undivided
profits Amount of deposits only
120000
Killed Inn Struct Knw
Irvine Ky Dec 21 In a row
which originated iu n saloon brawl
lluck ltobh today shot and fatally
wounded Jumos Collins who lived
hut a very short time after tho shoot
ing Kobb was arretted nud is now
in jail
Tho Finest Line
Perfumes
Ever brought to li
disputed nl
Nelson Soules
1
ui cah is now
DruEV Store
You are cordially iuvit
UH iu
GEORGE ROTH
THE TAILOR
Will make Vdu a
J
Nobby Fall Quit
or Overcoa
T
CAU4 On
lllM
7
1N0333 BROADWAY
TOP
was until recently with the News
nnd Mr Lcnko was also identified -
with the News until n few yetire i50 UruiUlWliy
nnn Vm 1l tln Kl f
start nnothcr paper there has been U i 1ua
no little talk indulged in relative to
the plans of the two gentlemen
Mr Lcako was toon by a Six re-
porter this morning mid virtually
admitted that he and Mr Thompson
had contemplated starting another
newspopcr but said it was not yet
settled
I dont call nu thing fotlled
VOU know lu snlil lit unv f v I
j f - V
plnnaliou until the money
down before you
is right
Mr Leake very evidently did not
desire to talk but It is practically
the geese past their houses on his J U is nlso said that about New Ywir
way to town tuc Register will be improved by
Ballntlncisn man nptwrcullyiof4 Wg reduction in sUo
ffi - kfTv PHH
N iirrr0N KDH
- find a fnl
S OUT IJM W 2xg
Of Course you know
we mean
B tPBSSi Bh CjiM WBI3B flHP
GOODS
But airtkiLC ii thisno remaining in our
atock ia yours at any price until Jar 1st
TO SAVE IHVOIGING
For
St
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gj is
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dlnnry Mark Down Sale but an ou
which will not lie seen this i enson
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GEO O HART SON
HARDWARE AND STOVE CO
INCOIlrOnATED
ROCKS
Great Inventory Sale
To cloe out all reserve nud surplus
U picvious to taking stock This is not an or-
1111
1 out money losing clearing sale the ctpial of
LADIES SHOES i MISSESASHOES
too
so
sou
io
125
81 00
I
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worth 100
worth X0
worth SJ00
worth S50
worth SiOO
200
1
15100
worth 1 ho SI 00
worth 100
Worth 250
wott
wort
th 8225
b 8200
worthsi50
worth 8125
rrortU SlOOl
CHILDREN SHOES
lr0 worth 175
125 worth 150
100 worth 125
75 worth 100
r0 worth 75
GEO ROCK SON
S- HCs
Holidays fM em
JJ i JM OT7 Vft
Your FeetltUpl
J II
durably
THATS
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ADKINS COCHRAN
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No clinkers no dirt but pure clean coal Our Igg
Coal far excels all otber coal for grates or ftoves Our
Washed Pea Coal beats the world for furnace or cookinjr
o uuy umuao uuo pnutj iub year arouna me poor
get their load of coalx 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
Proprietors Illinois Coal Company
JCXo
patter ayana
appiTcityto your patron
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