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THE MAYOR OPENS BIDS Lynn White, of Clutttniioogii, i. Fixes the Prlco at $57,118.20. CONTRACT TO BE AWARDED TONIGHT. Mayor U. A. Yeiser opened tliu proposals for tbe construction of h aystcr of sauitnry sewerage In the first sewerage district of Paducah, nt 'J: 30 o clock tint forenoon in the council chamber ut the city hall. Couucilmou Williamson, Farley aud Hell, City Clerk Cole and City Kngineer Wilcox were present. As spectator) were representatives of those offering bids aud of several ewer pipe concerns. The lowest hid was offered by Lynn White, of Cbatauoogn, Tenn., his price being 57,118 'JO. The separate items bid on, together with the amounts, arc as follow: l"or all twenty-four (21) inch cast iron pipe sewer, with Headed Joints complete, the sum of C',310. For each yolve Jlttiugs in place, with chamber complete, the sum of $340. For well complete, the sum of 1.2A0. For sewerage pump tnd electric 'motor In place, complete and readj .for service, the sum of 51, '-'60. (This includes suitable- chamber lor motor and pump) or pump, nlr compressor and air pipes iu place, complete and ready For all twenty-four (21) indicia) pipe sewer.the sum of M'J.Hti 60. For nil ilftecu (IS) Inch clay pipo tsewer, tue mui oi n.iou vv. For all twelve (12) Inch clay pipe sewer, the sum of $fi,3t6. For all ten (10) inch clay pipe sewer, the sum of SI 731. For all eight (8) inch clay pipe sewer, tho sum of ft J, OHO, .15 For all six (C) inch clay pipe sew er. the sum of $2, Gil. For all six (tl) iuch clay pipei Jjouso branches, the sum of 810,000 For each man-hole complete, thu UB of ?3,'J0O. Foi" each complete, royalties, the of 61,- 112. 1A. Total, 8ft7,H.2l. There were but two other bid offcrsd. These were by U. L. Clark, of Louisville, which was for aud Pat Halloran, of the city, for f6.057.70. There will be 12,C0r,,62C.25 superficial feet of sewerage, aud at .Mr White's figures, these will cost three mills n foot. It would conseiiueuti cost, at this rate, for sewering a lot lOxlC.h feet, about (19.80. The bids were only opened this morning. Tonight the cou ncll meets .n.l in add t on to ctuer business win ,lt llio contract. rim lilt for Inv..ltf 1000 fid of pipe in tliu cemetery were opened, anil Ml. Kd. Hannan's was tho lowest, but thejcoutr.ict will not be let, as tho prices are not satisfactory. A IJKIUT OPPOKTL'NIIV Tor the Sontli to i:tend Jor Coal Trade. Charleston, W. Va., July i'. Chief Mine Inspector J. W. Paul, who 1ms been keeping in touch with thu several coal fields in West Virginia, said last night that there is at present no indication that the miners .of this state will go out. -"This," he said, "is West opportunity to new markets for her coal. If i he miners of other neighboiing stales go out and there is a suspension of coal production in those states, West Virginia can very nearly supply tho ilemamU In 18Ju West Irginla produced one- i.i. ... i.' t)w coal produced iu tho btatesofWes'Ii.1,en9y n!"' Ohio,Kentucki;JuJ''U1!nl,llli0,!,' and this when the nw were run- nmg at less than halt' U.. r iac ty. If this general strike is nd the West Virtriniu miiiera v cu " work, West Virginia coal will find ..! and tho State will i .,1.1.. ... iw.iit ilnue markets after the ) strike ends indefinitely." MUTHEK M'KINI.EY KecoverlnK From Her Recent Fall. Canton, O., July f.. Mother is rapidly recovering from her recent accident. Tho fall would ha c been trivial had It not been for her advanced age. Mysterious Asbiuilt. Msdleouvlllc, Ky., July C Trouilllous, n prominent citi.en living at Nebo, in this county, was nssaulted night while eating his Biinner. There Is no clow at all to the perpetrators aud tho cause is mysterious. Tho victim is in a condition, Death at u Picnic. Lancaster, July -"urn Goodloe ahot ami killed loin Jluttoins nt a picnic lu r j today. f : r Warden J. v pa.-e through tbe dty this in '"'iU inli loulcIri'inMfliJU'M I'i i "' DUriof Heart i)l Ills Life and Ilocord. WAS 1,1 THE CONFEDERATE ARMY. Judge C. L. Handle, one of thu most prominent mid Kipulnr men in Southwestern Kentucky, dropped dead nt 2:80 o'clock yesterday morning ut his home iu Hickman, Kentucky. Tho Judgo attended church as usual Sunday, and seemed especially cheerful. In the afternoon ho visit ed n number of frleuils. At night he complained of pains in his breast nud shoulders, but said it was nothing serious. His wife applied soinu simple remedies and he seemed much relieved. Later in the night lie was found lying on the lloor gasping for breath, and expired iu n few moments without regaining consciousness. The deceased had been ono of tho most prominent among the members of tho West Kentucky bar. He was elected circuit Judge of this district in 1880 to succeed Judgo Camubell, and was in turn succeeded by Judge Hishop. He alto served n term as commonwealth's attorney. After he retired from the beuuh he began the practice of law. Ho served during the war with distinction in the Jseventh Kentucky Keguuent, Huford's brigade. He was about Ca yenr old, leaves u uifu and family aud about S 10,000 in life in surance. FISCAL COURT. Justices in Session Today tit the Court House. I ho Steam llo.ttiuir Couiiiilltvi flukes It.s I Co port. Fiscal court convened today at the county in regular session, .liidgu Tully presiding, nud all the magistrates present Settlement was made with the receiver of the funding account, the American. Ccrimin -National liank, with the treasurer, M. T. J. Atklus, anil wuu me inner receivers Judge Tully and Treasurer T. J. tkins rojxirted tho purchase of the gravel road, and thu for them. .lodge Tully also reported tho sale if several of the toll houses, nud the purchase of four road machines. The committee on heating the court hotifo by steam reported favorably on it. and the bids opened by the committee wero submitted lo the I'ourt. While thu comuiittco had no right to open the bids, the court n ill probably accept thu lowest This afternoon the court was still looking over the bids- A committee was appointed to ascertain if excavations could be made under tho building with safety, nud it reported in a hhort time that they (oiild. Ciurt will probably lie in session several days. PLUCKY OltU.M.nilK Mvung Oil" .1 mm! a Drowning .Metropolis Hoy. John Willis, a young man from Metropolis who camo up ou the excursion to celebrate the Fourth, got too much Kentucky "hug juice" aboard, and fell from the stage plauk at the wharf last night. A plucky drummer, whose name nobody knew, swung off the stage plank and allowed tho bcfitddled oung man to hold to his feet until assistance arrived. Otherwise lie would have been washed under tho whurfboit and drowned. The Jnko Uledernian Grocery Co. lodny filed two suits to foreclose mortgages on property belonging respectively to Jlud Henderson mid Francis lluckiicr, on debts. Aloiiio J.acy, a btep son of Deputy Jailer Grady, was struck on tho back of the head with a stone by one of n crowd of boys who pa.sed the jail iu a wagon, about 2 o'clock thw afternoon and throw at the little fellow, A painful won ml was iullictcd, mid the names jfof the boys were not learned. Another Car Load of Paper, The Sun received today another car load of paper, and it wus I he biggetl car loud over re. eived In re. II Was Only l.ot. Leake Ilioinpsuu'8 wutuh was not stolen ut tliu baseball park hiimiuv Ho dropped it, t was found b a Email boy and the owner recovered it a short time niter it wus lost. Writer Nnticu. I'ations of t in Water Compiuyiiro reminded that their rout, or this Tj'iurtcr wero duo July 1st, All thoso i desire to renew hiiiu' should do i ufcfi'io II is (orgotun, .i all f "1 lm,d ui. or bef 1 10 h ti. to dUcuulli nod, iforu Julv II rf; -?. n jxto i.ti&kir. ! WJKW , "lyvT . .,-- x ' Motive Advertising; DON'T Power b to the STAND Business. STILL. ' The Paducah Dai ly Sun. Reaches Your Advertisement the Careful Buyer il IF IT'S IN THE SUN. J r YOLUMK 2&(i PADUCAH, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, JULY (J, lUi)7. TEN CENTS A WEEK n '1 &Sl r LESS THAN SUDDEN DEATH. SEVEN YEARS. JHEY flRE HERE. BIG DOCKET Rubber Hose. L EXPECTED. Geo. for Sentence rs W Of Judge Handle, of Hickman. Dinning's Are the Unlucky Colonels, ot Comes In the Wake of Kentucky. Manslaughter. Louisville. Day. l We handle only good hose, of recognized , Will He the Coat of tho Proposed quality, Claims That which we sell at the lowest Sewerage System. ONCE CIRCUIT JUDGE HERE. Worthtngton Will Olyo JIM JONES WILL PITCH ONLY ONE DRUNK, HOWEVER. very prices, ranging Illm n Pardon. irom 8c per foot up. The best hose .r i'V lt u 5. it i r: l; v. k.v ? Kddyville, July C Geo. Dinning, the negro who was sentenced to seven years for manslaughter nt yesterday, arrived here this morning. He claims that Lieut. Gov. v orthiugtoti will pardon him. Frankfort, July, 5. It is all but a foregone conclusion that Acting Gov. Wortblngton will pardon Geo. Dinning, tho negro convicted at Franklin, if ho is brought here. It develops tonight that a formal application for Dinning's pardon was filed with tho Acting Governor several dnys ago and that since then several prominent peoplo, including at least three of the prcaunt stato officials, have been before Gov. Worthlngton nud made strong pleas in behalf of Dinning's pardon, signing their names to the formal petition. Till: BIG STRIKE. Ou Hundred mid Fifty Thousand Minors Out. Columbus, O., July G. Keporta indicate that 150,000 miners have gone out in the great strike. Numbers of districts arc yet to bo heard from and It is yet too enrly to pre dict either thu success or fuilure of the strike. II is well known that in many sections thu miners have been averse to striking. This is especially true as to the Pittsburg and Chicago miners on the Wheeling division of tliu llaltimore nnd Ohio railway; the M. A. Hauna & Go's miners, on thu Panhandle, who arc working at the CO cent, rate, under an iron-clad con- tract, and the Now York nnd Cleveland miners nt Turtle Creek, Plum Creek and Sandv Creek, also in sev eral points in the South the miners are satisfied with their wages or havo had enough experience with the terrible results of strikes. liXPECTS A PLACE. Or. IliiiiUr SellliiLr Out in Order in Accept the (lutituiiinluH .Mission. Oncnsboro. July C Concerning the recently pjihhMied statement that Hon. W. Godfrey Hunter's residence nnd effects nl Uurksville had been sold, and that he would probably move lo the West unless tendered a diplomatic post, it is learned from a reliable source that Dr. Huuter will soon gel tits long expected appointment us envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Gautama-la aud Honduras, aud that the sale of his liurksville propcitj was made with a view lo his early departure for his diplomatic post. SENATOR HARRIS ILL. The uther of the Senate in n Dan- goious Condition. Washington, July G The condition of Senator I sham G. Harris, of Teuuofcco, is very precarious, aud grave fears are entertained by some of his frleuds tli.it ho may not recover soon. Senator Hurris is one of the oldest members of the Senate and has been n hard worker all his life. ANOTHI'.K U'KAGB. And n Negro U Almost Certain of Death In Fayt'tt County. Lexiucton, Ky., July G. An need lady, AIlss McCanu, was nssaulted by a negro last night ut her home near this city. The cowardly wretch was Jailed this morning and identified by Miss McCuun. There are strong probabilities of a lynching soon. SHOUT OF 1 L'NDS. The Strikers Already Calling lop .More Funds. Columbus, O., July 6. The miners hnvo already discovered that they lack money with which to conduct the strike. Circulars are being calling ujion organued labor for financial aid. THE TEltltlHLli HEAT. 1 utiil Effects of tho Very Hot Wonthur. Toledo, O., Jtjly 0. Thirteen dentin have occurred iu this city since yesterday on accouut of the heat. It is thus far the most ratal day known iu this city. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. CREAM BAKING POWDER A Pari Orape Crtam oj Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS'THE STANDARD. Ilig Crowd Out Tills Afternoon Changes hi the Local Club. OTHER BASEBALL NEWS. The Louisville Ktncball club arrived at 12:10 thu afternoon nnd boarded cars for the Palmer House. They were in charge of Manager Harry Pulliam, and previous to their departure for the ball park were the cynosure for many curious eyes, especially Fred C. Clark, "the 110,000 beauty," at tho Palmer. Tho line up of the clubs for the exhibition game this afternoon will be: Louisville Paducah Tom AJcCrecry rf JlcClclland rf Oliver Pickering cf Woodlock as James Stafford ss Clifford c Perry Werden lb Stanton 2b Fred Clark 3b JIurray If Arthur Uutler c Gforer cf Onlc Geagan If Noonan lb Irvin Hock 2b Schlemm 8b Jim Jones p Dowling p Will Hill tho celebrated twirlcr, is here, hut will not pitch except in case of necessity. The jmc team will try to win, and there is an enormous crowd out to witness tho game, which will be the most exciting of the season. Paducah lost yesterday afternoon's gamo with Henderson by u score of 10 to 7. Pears pitched for Paducah and imams for Heuders in. There was a complete line i p of the Paducah team. Clifford was behind tho bnt, Stanton on second, Noonan 'on first McClelland iu right field and Ollie Gforer, the new man, iu center field. The latter fully demonstrated his ability as n ball player, and made himself pretty solid, The features of the game weio Lyncli's batting, McCoy's home run, Murray's fielding and Pear's pitching. OTHER GAMES. T TF.URE I1AUTK. -. Morning game. Innings 123-156789 rue T. Haute fi 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 7 12 10 Kvansville 0 2 0030001 6 0 3 Hates and Kelner. Afternoon game. Innings 123456789 r h e T. Haute 200020220 8 14 0 Kvansville 40000005x9 10 3 Rodman aud Kelner; Alloway, Grimes and Vcttcr. AT CAIIIO. Morning game: Innings 12345678 he Cairo 1 OoOOOO 0 0-1 2 3 Washington 00110000 0-2 3 3 linttcrics; Kostal and McGrew ; Kellum and Grim. Afternoon game: Innings 12345678 li v Cairo 000001 10 2-4 9 9 Washington 00000002 0-2 4 8 liatteries; Williamson aud Ale-Grew; Itcam aud Grim. I'llKSKNT STANDIXd OK CI.UI1S. Clubi Played Won t.ojt PerUnt K!HTllle to 37 23 H2J r .!! lienuerxon .. . i 31 EK lj Kf. VVhluKlun .... MHi. sr Tf rrc Haute ....... M .HI .41 PaJucab .. f7 2rt 31 Cllro 67 '.'I 3J .411 THE 1JIG LEAGUE. Pittsburg, 3; Cleveland 4. Pittsburg, 6; Cleveland, 4 ; second game. Chicago, 0; Washington, 4. Chicago, 0; Washington, 4 j sec ond game. New York, 10 ; llrooklyn, 0. New York, 3 ; Brooklyn, 1 ; second game. lloston, 3; Philadelphia, 2. Host on, 5 1 Philadelphia, 8 jscvoiul game. Cincinnati, 8 ; Ualtimorc, 5. Louisville, 7 ; St. Louis 6. SCllKDI'l.K FOIt TOlUr. lioston nt Philadelphia. Cleveland at Pittsburg. New York ntUrooklyn. UOW TIIKT STAND. I'laswl Won Lost Vtt (Vnt llonUm , Nl H II b Cincinnati..,. . M 37 18 .m luiumoru,... i 67 CSK SUCJU .6.V. New York.... , S7 31 S3 .M C'luTrland (9 31 W IMUHburK IS :w llrookljrn. . B0 .M si .474 rnuaeeipnia SJ S.I ,W7 l.QUIITllle.... SI H .411 Wasblncton.. W S.V ,3)rt Chlfai; a n .3i'3 M, L.OUW.. ...... Tomorrow the promised shake-up iu baseball circles, predicted in the bi'N a week ago, will take place. There will bo at lcist two chauges, aud tho probabilities arc that there will be three. The two new players, Clifford nnd Gforer, will probably take the places if Mi.Cn, id and Tho latter is a good pitcher, uud has not yet been given a fair tri d. It is not yet definitely settled, bin there Is talk of a change in of tho home club, ami strong pobnhility of change tomorrow nlh. Petty, the big good natured pitcher of the Ilcuilemon's was released list night by Munagcr Itogors. He Is a pretty good Jplteher, and one of tbe jolllest fellows I Cciitrul Leiguu He will remain iu Paducuh kcvcral days. JAM tho Rest Ureuches of tho Pence --.Mostly old Cases. . PR0CEEDI.16S OF TODAY'S SESSION. I There was a long docket in Judge Sanders' court this morning. The fight out near Ninth and Washington Saturday, in which sev eral darkeys Were engaged, was given another airing. , Henry Proctor, for using insulting language, was fined $10 nud costs. ', Jim Webb, charged 'with seizing Officer Sherman Phillips hat and tunning away with it, was acquitted. Abe Grimes was assessed S20 and Costs for the pa't he took. , The case ngamst George Viilson, charged with being too promiscuous about people's hack premises, wus parUally heard, and left open to hear tbe evidence of Aliss Myrtle Wilson. W. H. .McNenl, a one-armed man of the county, was fined $1 and costs for creating a disturbance iu Spinel's ahction.'store. .; The case against Luke Satterfield, chp.rged with maliciously shooting Ed Hall with u Hubert rille, wns continued until next Tuesday. Hall still lijigcrs in uncertainty. Sam Hester was fluid $5 for striking liob llallowc. 'Pete Grillin and Georgu Hudgcns were lined $1 and costs for cngngini' ir; n fight with stools. .The case agaiust E F. Kirksey, charged with violation of the market ordinance, wns continued. .1. F. Holmes was lino 1 81 for drjiukuuucss. OPENEO THE SAP 12. Cnufield Bullied Hy n Safo pert. L. G. Yiung, of Hopkinsville, au exjiert safe man, was employed bv Warden Happy, of the Edriyville penitentiary last week.to open the safe CaUlsiprispn clork office J.o which Caufield refused to surrender the combination. Mr. Youag did he work deftly and quickly, opening the safe In about teu minutes. Books aud papers wero iu the safe, hut no money. Caufield has been claiming that f239.91, which was in his custody belonging to diffuent prisoners, was locked up in this safe, but not one penny was fouud in it. own record shows him owing the state S9G.92, the prisoners $239.94 and the unclaimed balance fund 811.57, muMug a total of $351.43. On last llower day at the prison Caufield had refreshments served to the ladies while inside the prison ami received a vote of thanks for liis generous courtesy. He is said to have paid for these refreshments out of the unclaimed balance fund. GENERAL DEBILITY. Causes tho Deutli of Mrs. Nuncy Bond. Death of u Yoiuig .Man in t lie County. Mrs. Nancy Hond, aged CC, died at thu residence of her step sou ,Mr. Frank Hond, near Ouks last ulght of general debility. The remains were interred today at the Cork's River sjrive yard in G i aves Alex illinuisou, of tho county, died last uight of of the brain, agtd 17. The funeral took place today. ABUSED TiiElFFICEB. Sttritli Hugwell Warranted This Forenoon. Used Insulting Olllcor Dick Sutheilniid, Farah llngwell, a woman residing on North Tenth street, wns warranted this morning on a sharge of using insulting language toward Orlicer Dick Sutherland. Tho woman, It is allowed has I een living with 'Dixie" Wilson, the Hopkinsville drummer who created biicti n furore u week or two ago by disappearing from homo. He Las been heru nil the time, and un effort has been maile, partly by the olllcor, to separnto Wilson nnd thu womiiu ami see if ho inunot ho induced to go home to his fumily. This, It appears, was the origin of the ditUculty between the officer and woman. i esteruay suo curseu and abused him, unit this morning an anonymous urtlclo was brought arouud to tho various newspapers by a VTotnnu, "roasting" the olliccr uiul police forco In general. H was ostensibly written by the Mino woman, aud respectfully do lined The case will pr dm il j. v an dring lu the p ' e c uit t .1. rr moinlng. (Iev'"''" In the city for Bo you tan 12c GEORGE 0. HART & SON Hardware and Stove Company, " '" J INCORPORATED. l 109-1 17iN. Our Are All Geo. sS$;sJi2S5 :v ETNA t OF You have got 303-307 Broadway them. and Chocolate in Oxfords and the 'beauty is, the pri: is buying them. Have call in and get a pair, BICYCLES! $100 fl50 to see them before you how good they 'are. r i. GLEAVES &, SONS, PADUCAH KY. MARION CYCLE CO., Makers, Marion, Ind. JAMES W. AGENTS pecial Sale This Week Only. Misses' and Children's Ox Blood, Spring Heel Strap Sandals, all sizes, go at - - - Shoes bought oi us sliined need a Lawn MowerP We sell yu one for Shoes like pretty women: Stop to" admire The Green, Ox Blood and Lace are beauties, ccs are so low everybody you tried z pair? If not, ROCk & SOU, 321 Broadway. HALUDAY AND- HJ EXCELLENCE! - can" realize cts. Regular Price,JJ $I.00"& $1.25. $5.00 Call window Cochran, G31 Broadway. We will sell 28 pairs Men's Tan Shoes for $1.50. and see them in our show and get you a pair. Cochran & (ree, $2.