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w Lk' t" y t? L. -JV lit HAVE A GOVERNMENT. Ami Lovy a Tariff on All Produce Sold in Havana. CUBANS DO, SAYS MONEY, Soiiiellliiu .Musi lie Condciniiod l SutNfy Public Opinion. HORRIBLE CRIMES BY THE SPANIARDS. New York. .Ian. IK. S'niitor Moncv since Ills return from Culm has written tho "Journal"a letter on the slate of affairs in Culm, which was niihlishcri vesterdav nutl in which among other things lie fiflys : "I usked Wevlor whether there were auv troops in I'innr del Uio. He replied tlmt Hinco tin1 dentil of Mnceo thev had unit. Be fore Maeeo's death it was estimated that the insurgents at I'innr del Kio numbered from 8,000 to 10,000 troops. lint thev are all gone now," he continued. "None are there now. Oil, there may Ite n few bands of robbers, scattered biinehos of outlaws, bul they amount to nothing and nro of no great numbers." "What ban become of Maeeo's forces?" I atked. "Thoe who were thero at the time of his death. Have they surrendered to you?" "No," was the reply. "None have surrendered, nor have they bcun captured, but they havo iiuit their lighting and gone back to thuir farm work. They are no lunger At this jK.titl I am obliged to disagree with (iencral Wevler. At the time of Maeeo's death there was 11 force, as I stated, of fully H,000 in l'imir del Kio. My bust information is tliat they are there vet. Thev have neither been Killed off, captured or disported ; nor have they crowI the trocha to the entt. Thev are still in the hills of l'inar del Hit) with arms in their hand, as formidable to Spain a A'er, save for the death of Maceo. Wcylcr al-o infortneil me that there were onlj a few seatteml horde of rebels in Province of Havana; Hint the insurgents now appeared in iioihmiHvo or forniiihdilo force in that province. Vol only n few days before mv arrival the three nights in succession attacked the city of (iuauabacoa, of 2,000 in- habitant, witiun lour or live nines oi Havana and burned houses. They neto unopposod by Weyler's forcw , they did as they pleased and withdrew. After the withdrawal of the insurgents the Spanish troops occupied the place aud slaughtered twenty-seven people, not insurgents. Tliey took tliumgto groe a near by mid killed them witii their machetos. My information was that they were still iinburied while 1 was there. I went out lo the town of (iiiannbacoa and found the Spanish troops building barricade across the strceM a strange piece of work of iUelf If there are no insurgents in force in region. I attempted to visit the wu where the twenty-seven had been slaughtered by the .Spanish Hot s. It was only a short fioni the town. As I drove down the mad, however, I was stop ped by a .Spanish ,llir" You cannot go down this road," lie said. ,.,, , "Can 1 go the other roadi I iisked. You 0:111 go all the other roads, wiitl the guard, "hut you cannot go this road. It is "r orders." My guide, who was with me, told me thai had Hie wind been right I inl'ht easily havo been inndo aware of "the uuburietl condition of the u slaughtered pacilicos by jny nose. (iencral NYylur more than once referred to the. fact that Cleveland and Oluey were doing full justice to Spain. As an evidence of popularity with the Spanish, mid the high lespcet in which he is hehl by them, 1 might mention that in the city of fiimnnlmeoii I sawn iiuvv sign painted over n largo shoe Htore. On the fclgu was set forth a very good picturo of Cleveland, with the American Hag on onu bide and the Spanish Hag on tlio other. The commoii Ameiican people, iimv..iir. conic in for much con tempt ami aversion by tho Spanish people. In their caiicntures thcSpanish ilruw Anything nnd American in the guise of a i,, ...hat N, everything but Cleveland. I.U1S SOMWU.AX.' To U Sentenced to Sutl.sfy Public (tnliilmi. Havana, Jan. 11. Tlio trial of the American citi.en, Luis Somcillinu, of conspiracy.tigainst the on a charge novel nmeiit was concluded today, MMitenco being, however, reserved. when thetiial began It was 1 o'eloik Geneial Leo nrrived in -mil lOIIOUl li....... " the '. court I r.tillll lit -' o'elOCk. ..... AlllOlllii " - - ' vnadeii powerful argument showing tho Impossibility of his guilt uuiler lUeiif reply Piililio Piosceutor w,!d tlmt the Spanish magistrates at rcsenl had to follow public opinion mil bcutenco Somclllau; otherwise, &?' m " rV rtfiifl Mi X Wo have fluid our say. "None such" is tiie oninion of Advertisers cun make no our nuvcrnscrs us to tno nrmiitv 'i in sel!eliiir8iaoo with us. The Paducah Daily Sun. f t im unv .. , i, .-::' . VI niu uui! HO 4111 uu 110111 1I11T I te Now irf llio time before choice mum. ir you nro hoc represenrea i is all taken. fr v Hpuce hi us columns you siioum oe. i'ADUUAII, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JANUAKY 12, 1897. VOLUME 1 NUMBER 105 TEN CENTS A WEEK A if tho conspirators in Havana were not punished, the revolution would contlnn. noimniu: 0KUHi7n lis. Women nnd Uilldien IJuiwU In btiKiir llogsliciidrt lv SpiUiiariU. lloston, Jan. 11. The. Junta of New Kngland, received news from its agent in Cuba of nn act of brutality which, It is alleged, was perpetrated on a Cuban plantation near Cicnfiiegos. The plantation was taken by the Spanish troops, and all thoso who did not make their escape were killul. These consisted of an old woman, of jcars, her grandchild, of twelve years, nntl another family All of these, the agent says, were put into sugar hogsheads, which were set on lire, and the victims burned to death. Tlio letter also tells of the destruction of a body of Spauintds in Trinidad by an American named Taylor, who threw-a dynamite bomb into a camp, killing about llfty soldiers. in.Aini ornini'oi'i iiie Head of tin' Ciitliollc Cliurcli Suid to He YYr.v SicU. London, Jan. 12. In spite of of ficial denials, the rept rt.s that the health of tho I'ope Is very delicate are confirmed by private advices. According to news from Koine received by Cardinal Kichard, the Archbishop of Paris, the condition of I'ope Leo is very disipiieiing. The tlcnth of Cardinal Sanfehce greatly affected his Holiness, as Sanfelicc was I'ope Leo's probable successor to the poutilicate and regarded the Drelbiind as a possible means of bringing about a reconciliation between the luirinal and tlio nluan. Kmperor William when lie visited Naples last spring, aiked Cardinal Sanfelicc what attitude he would take up if elected 1'ojh'. but the distingiiMied prelate declined to be drawn out. In view of I'ope Leo's present condition of health it is stated that some of the Powers have already ultleil tlieir willies regarding Hie suc cession, Franco. Ilelgiuin and favoring Cardinal Parm-hi, the icar (feneral of his Holiness, while Spain, Austria and Kussia support ( ordinal annutelli, the Prefect of the Congregational Index. MISSING WIFE- Walter Lent. LooUii For His SpOIIM'. ICiui Away I'rom llomeoii the I'.ltli oT December. Cannot He round. Mr. John T. Lent anil son, Wal ter, of ueiir Benton, arrived in the city last night in search of the hitter's wife, formerly a Miss Vv'yntt, of near Horonee Station, who left her home ami husband on Dee. 18th nnd has not been seen or heard of fciuce. She is 2G years of age, and in de serting her liusbantl sue left two small children. Shu has relatives near Florence Station, at Majlleld and in Missouri, ami lias relatives ilso in Paducah, Ulllcer Favctte Junes being a coiimii. It is said that she left her husband because he drank, but this is not known to lie a fact. Moth Lent, and his sou were reticent and although about tho city hall all day, declined to divulge anything relative to Hie can1 to nowspapei' reporters. 1 hey have been to all other places where she has relatives, but found no trace of her, and neither did u search of the city reveal any clue to her whereabouts. Marshal Collin- sent uavcral telegrams todnv, but could not localo the woman. It is rumored that young Lctilz had threatened his wife's life and mistreated her, anil that he hail aUo threatened his father's lifu and the latter left home and did not return until (recently. It is also said Hint some of tlio lesideuls of the neighborhood believe that young Lent, knows more about his wife's whereabouts than he will tell, and mo determined that she shall be found. Another story is that uitl man Lent, knows where the woman is mid that lii con has threatened to kill him unless he llnds her. Marshal Collins is of tho opinion that the woman is in safe hands, but cannot llud her. She is a very nice voiinir woman, and anions: her lives here is Mr. J. K. liundunint, a half brother THE HRST LINE. Of Telephones lo Illinois liciii I'ut In. I'klophouo lletvveou tlio Puduculi ami HrooUlyn Kailrouil Oil ices. Kentucky and Illinois will bo connected by telephone tho latter part of the week. Workmen arc now engaged arranging telephone wires at tho Union Depot from Hiooklyu, III,, connecting tlio two Illinois Central depots, nntl tho lino will ho completed Friday or Saturday. This will ho tho first telephone connection Patlucah ever hud with Illinois, and it nugars well for llio future. lu addition to tho telephone lino lo UrooUlyji, telephones will bo put in also by tho Fust Tcnnessco Telephone Co, to nil parts of the A BLOODY RECORD. .Made By Kentucky Last Night and Today. MURDER OF MRS. DIVINE. Husband Now Suspected nnd Held Tor the Crime. SAM ROBERTS' SENATORIAL BOOM. Harrodshiirg, Ky., Jan. 12. 'I hero were new developments in tho murder of Mrs. William Divine this afternoon. Magistrate 1. C. James, who began the inquest ami post-mortem examination Sunday, has continued his in quest today, and obtained additional evidence enough, it is said, to warrant the. holding of the husband of the murdered woman until a more complete investigation. Drs. Penucbaker and tripp made a critical post-mortem examination and foil ml Hint the body was that of n woman in pefeel health. The physicians discovered bruises upon forehead, checks, throat and limbs, nnd everything pointed conclusively to death resulting from choking. .Murder in Madison County. Ky., Jan. 12. Pleas Moody intl Theo Powell, two prominent citizens of this county, and friends, attended n frolic in the country Inst night, and afterwards returned to Moody's store in the country. Here n dilnculty arose between llieiii which resulted In n fight and Powell was shot untl Instnntly killed by Moody. Powell is said to have been the aggressor in the trouble. Uarrard Comity Killing. Lancaster, Jan. 12. George Mc-Kinney ami Fred Nantz two of the most prosperous ami prominent farmers in this county have recently had a dispute over land which developed strong feeling. The culmination was reached this morning in n personal encounter in which Nnntz shot McKinuey to death. Murder in Pike County. Pikeville, Ky , Jan. 12. Jnson Hilley and Dick Acy, of this county, engaged in a dispute over the possession of a steer, which resulted in n light in the course of vv hich Ascy was so badly cut with a barlow knife in the hands of Uillcy that he lived but a short time. Asey surrendered to tho olllcers Koborth for Senator. Louisville, Jan. 12. Gossips have started the report that tiic dinner given tonight in honor of Sam J. Roberts means the launching of his cciiatorinl boom. This Mr. Roberts strenuously denies. Killed His Daughter AVlTh n Stone Kuoxville. Tenn., Jan. 12. hi an altercation with his wife while under the itilluenco of litpioi today, Thomas Davis, n laborer, became violent, aud picking up a stone threw it with all his force at his wife. The missile missed its intended mark, but struck his daughter, who was standing near, in the head, breaking the skull and causing death almost instantly. Davis was arrested and lodged in jail. Minister Willis' Condition. San Francisco. Jan. 12. Latest Honolulu advice, dated January 1, say I nitcil blalcs .Minister nuns is very low, nnd his death is expected at any nioincut. The ntluek of pneu monia, which lie suffered has led to other complications. The doctors havo given up hope. At the request of Mrs. Willis, prayers were offered in the different churches Christmas day. AltCHHISHOP MAKTINIilLI Doiilcs the Catholic Cuban Story. Washington. Jan. 11 Archbishop Marlinelli has denied absolutely all reports asserting that he has received any directions of any kind from the Pope to appioach the I 'lilted Stntcs government regarding its attitude toward the Cuban rebellion. Hcadded that he did not expect any communication from the Vatican on tho subject. MONG THE POOR, A .Mean -Man's Hreak. Deserted Ills Wife. A. I. Doilds ni a Precarious Condition. Death on the Poor Farm. City Physician Harry Williamson I, .i-i run across a oncer case. It is wheicu man deserted a young wife lo run off with his lttW. Ho was called down to ''Hell's Half Acre" Inst night to sco Mrs. James Spores, who is dangerously ill, and she informed him that her husband had deserted her and eloped with her step-mother. Mr. o- ! Dodds, a well known old bliocmauer who was run ovor by a wagon at Second ami Jlroadway a few da)s since was sent to tho city hospitnl today by City Physician Williamson. Tho old nriii is hi a precarious condition, aud has sov end rib fractured. Dr. Williamson was called to tho Union Depot at midnight Inst night to sec Mrs. Lee Sclmcll, wife of ft N. C. & St. L. section foreman, nho had started to Wickliffe and was attacked by congestion. Sho was soon restored and left todnv for Wickliffe, where her husband has gone to work. The wife of John Cope, who nas brought here Saturday from Stiles, died nt the county poor house today, aged 5o. She had bronchitis. DIRECTORS AND OFFICES. Election Yesterday for tlio Union Gospel Mission. A board was organized yesterday afternoon for the Union Gospel Mission at Dr. S. II. Cnldwcll's ofUco. Tho directors, selected nt the pastor's meeting, nro: Revs. Penrod aud Chappcll, J. W. McKnicht, S. II. Caldwell and J. C. Tully. Supt. Pomoroy met with the latter yesterday afternoon nnd tho following onicere w ere elected : J. W. McKnlglit, president; S. li. Caldwell, treasurer; J. C. Tully, secretary; Dr. W. F. l'omcroy, superintendent; J. F. Stroud, assistant su perintendent. The secretary wns Intruded to make out n table containing tho names of nil local ministers engaged in the gospel work, and have published every Saturday a list of appointments for the succeeding week and nccompnnicd by the names of ministers who are to participate, and the evening on which they arc to take Part. THE REMAINS ARRIVE. The Local Order of Elks Go to the Depot in a Body. The Romulus of tho Luto Mr. Alt P. Uotlgcrs Will lie Hurled at Siuitlilatid. The remains of the htc Mr. Alf Rogers were brought to the city this afternoon at 3:35 o'clock from Little Rock, and met at the depot by-forty or moro members of the local II. P. O K. The body was conveyed to Elks Hall. llarou Alf P. Rogers died of ami had been ill but a short time. Dispatches from Little Rock state that he had been to Pine Hluff with Mr. J. L. Center, a friend, and when he reached Little Rock complained of pains, and about 2:30 yesterday moroiug expired, after Dr. J. L. French had done all in his povrcr to save him. Mr. George P. Rogers, a brother of the deceased, reached the city yesterday, having been notified at Smithltnd of his brother's sudden death. Last night there was a called meeting of the local lodge of Elks, of which the deceased was a member. The following were appointed pall bearers: Messrs. George Roth, Johu McNulty, Louis Logamarsino, Will II. Farley, Tom Leonard, J. Will Fisher, Will Cochran and Frank Iloovcr. This afternoon the lodge assembled in its rooms over the opera house and went to the Union Depot in a body-to meet the remains of their late brother. The remains will remain in the lodge room until tomorrow, when they will be taken to SmiUiland on the packet for interment. The funeral of Alfred P. Rodgers will be held in Grace Episcopal church tomorrow at 9 o'clock. Rev. II. K. Reed olliciating. hadsnerve. And Now He is Likely to Have Trouble. Tom Miller Will bo Warranted For Several OfTeiiscN. Tom Miller, colored, if reports arc to be credited, is as "nervy'' as the next man. About November 5 a quantity of rope, several pulleys, butcher knives and other inplcmcnU of this description wcro stolen from the slaughter pon of Thomas Warren, below tho old barracks, ou North Sixth stroot, Mr. II. C. Warren, father of tho owner, discovered tho loss of the tools and after investigating the case took out a search warrant against Millet and searched his premises, but failed to find any of tho missing inw plemcnts. Ho has been working on the case for some time now, however, anil thfiiks lie has evidence enough against Miller to convict htm. Mr. Warren nailed up tho doors, windows and gates, but tho next time he went down found that they had all been broken open. Yesterday Mr. Warren paid tho pen another visit, and surprised the durkoy while in full possession of the premises, slaughtering a beef. The darkey said ho hnd been sent thero by Mr. Rogers to kill the beef, but this proved to be false. A warrant was issued against Miller this forenoon, Mr. Warren swearing it out, nnd Miller was arrested this afternoon by Olllccr Sutherland below the barracks. W)ien Miller spied tho officer ho took lo liis heels, but- was captured by tho olltccr after u hycly chaso of several block, aud locked up (Jult coughing is Xasy enough If you know how to io it. The best way to (put is tutifl.o ono doso of Dr. Hell's Pino Tar Honey. Summer coiiclis. lung coimns 'v tumi'i i.uiiif?, bronchial eollL'hs o any outer kiihi of a cough or cold ft speedily cured by tho nso of this remedy. Children love tt. Old pooploVlkA It. For sale by k Walker, druggists, Fifth and Hroadfray. THE BANKS. Election of Directors Held Today. BUT FEW CHANGES MADE, Officers Have llecn Elected For Hut One of the Hunks. PRESIDENT COPE NOT A CANDIDATE. There were several elections of local bank directors today. KII15T NATIONAL. For the First National the follow ing directory was elected : M. Ulooin, J. W. Illoomfield, Abo Weil, Jake Well, Sam Levy, F. H. Kieke and It. L. Reeves. Mr. Milt Cope, the president, declined to be voted for for re-election, and tho.probabilitics are that Mr. K. L. Beeves will be elected president. C1TT NATIONAL. For the City National bank the di rectory elected today is: Messrs. S. II. Hughes. W. II. Slack, Ilrack Owen,J. J. Guthrie, J. G. Brooks, W. U. Ellis and P. G. Reed. The only change is that Mr. Reed was substituted for Mr. I. D. Wilcox. Tho election of officers will be held this afternoon after 3 o'clock. The stockholders of the American-German National Hank met today and elected the old directory, which is as follows : Messrs. George C. Thompson, Hennfalurnctt, K. W. Smith, C. F. Ricke,tT. J. Atkins, George Rock, W. F. Urndshaw, G. M. and Ed P. Noble. The officers will be elected at the next meeting. HANKING CO. The annual election of the Paducah Hanking Co. was held Jan. , ami is as follows : Messrs. George Rock, R. G. Terrell. E. II. Harbour, W. C. Ellis, Dr. Frank Boyd and W. W. Stewart were re-elected, and Mr. Henry A. Petter, the well known First street merchant, was elected to the vacancy made in tho board by thcdcatliof the late Elbridge Palmer. Yesterday afternoon tho board organized and re-elected Mr. W. C. Ellis president, Mr. Win. Hughes continuing as cashier. MARKETS. (Keported Dllj bj L.cy Grain Companj.) Chicago, Jan. 12. May wheat opened at 80 - its highest point was 81 hand closed atoOi. May corn opened at 24. H and closed at 24?. May oats opened at 18,', and closed at 18. May pork opened at $8.02 and closed at $7.90. May lard opened at $4.12 and closed nt $4.05. May ribs opened at $4.12 and closed at $4.07. March cotton opened at $7.01, aud closed at $7.10-11. May cotton opened at $7.15 and closed at $7.23-21. Clearances today of wheat and flour, 22G.O0O bushels. The Sun Job ofllco is prepared to do every class of printing in first-class style. Everything in it is new and of the latest styles and the office is in chargo of first-class men who know good work when they sec It and know well how to do it. Especial attention will be given to this department of our business and the Sl-n office will bo prepared to meet all fair competition. Messrs. Al. Young and Mike lvortz, who are well known to the local trade, will havo charge of this department and will be found ready at all times to make estimates and give prices. The Sun Job OfUcc is in the fiold for its full sliaro of tho business and will at all timos guarantee satisfaction with delivered from its Job rooms. DROWNED IN THE RIVER YESTERDAY AFTEUNOON, Yesterday afternoon Pr. threw overboard nnu drowned in the river all darnaged goods found in his storo at Fourth and Broadway. When this boue opens for business on Saturday, the 10th, nothing but clean, fresh stock will bein the house. The reader is invited, to come to tho opening on that day, anq take a look at tho best stock of dVugs, chemicals and tqilet articles in the city. We will gfte you nl beautiful souvenir if you will call on Saturday, January lGthj ut Mcl'herson's drug store, northeast corner of Fourth nnd Broadway. YV. B. M'l'IIEKSON'S PKUG ST0KK, N. K. Corner Fourth and Broadway. BROMO QUININE Nelson Soule's DHUG STOKE, Telephone No. 'AVA, J. I t . .LaitLiu.dNfljgifc ?A ai"''J&'tt tlM , a mi 'S ONLY A FEW OF late Of HOLIDAY GOODS TO SfVVE INVOICING. 303-307 Broadway. 109-117 N. Third St. To close out all reserve and dinary "Mark Down" Sale, but an out aud which will not be seen this scasou. LADIES' SHOES. $3.00 ... ..worth $1.00 $2.50 . . worth $3.50 $2.00 ..worth $3.00 $1.50 ..worth $2.50 $1.25 worth $2.00 $1.00 worth $1 50 ' 5 worth $1.00 ' GEO. ROCK & Saw Wood and Say Nothing Is not Our Way of Selling Shoes, we have an exceptionally GOOD 1 to sell we want you to know it. week we oiler some Jno. Fosters' Ladies, FineShoes. 29 pairs Ladies' Fiuu Shoes. a pair ; go for 98c, 21 pairs Boys' Shoes in Button, regular price $2.25 go for 99 cents. Shoes Bought of us Polished Free. The Is selling everything in his line at reduced prices. ) 327 BROHDMHY. JOS. PETTER, will apprec your 0"ES "WEi BATISKAWIUN UUAllAflTUUU. Course you know we But anything ia this line remaining in our stock, is yours at any price until Jan. 1st, GEO. O. HART HARDWARE AND STOVE CO. rxocks: Great Inventory' Sale i surplus goods vjous to taking nil t money-losing clearing.ilc, thi equal of MISSES' OFS. $2.00., ...worti $2.50 $1.75., . . . .tvorth. $2.25 $1.50., . . . . worth $2.00 $1.25.. .worth $1.50 8U00 ' wortlN$1.25 -75 rrorth $1.00 : This speciallqw prices in Co3t uB $2.25 and trco j and ? J CO ADK1NS & COCHRAN BAILRY, .mSsM Watter. wKWAf AM Bar fir patronage. Handles. KEPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY. . THEM LEFT." mean & SON (INCOIlrORATED.) stock This is Hot an or- CHILDREN'S SHOES $1.50.. ..worth $1.75 $1.25.. . V- v worth $1.50 $1.00.. i ..worth $1.25 J .75 worth $1.00 50 worth .75 SON. B I 331. Broadway. mte everythingj in the Hii At ej iij SOUTH TUlliD STJtEIT 1 - 1 n.