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SUFFERING
ENDED.
Mr. J. .1. Guthrio Died Lnst
Is the Name of the Stranger
who Fell Dead.
Ills Heard
Since he whm Kinbuliiicil
Has Grown
of an Inch.
Coroner Nanco yesterday
tho identity of tho man who
dropped dead iu Cattish" Jones
restaurant several da)s ago. 1 ho
engineer of tho cnglno used at the
trenching machine yesterday called
nt the undertaking establishment,
and after looking over tho papers
found on tho dead man, declared him
to bo James Sainmons, of Dixon,
Webster county, Ky.
This is tho namo contained In luc
book fouud among the mau's scaiity
possessions, but It was so illegible
that those who saw it read it
mory." , ,
Tho man belongs to largo and well
known familv of that section, ami
tho gentleman who gavo Coroner
Nanco Information says that some
of them reside near Pool's Mill. Tho
countv Judge aud postmaster havo
been written to. Tho body has been
cnbalmcd and is still at tho establishment.
Undertaker Nanco reports en unusual
feature in the case. Since tho
man's dentil tho stubby beard on his
faco has grown fully one-eighth of an
Inch, and bids fair to keep growing.
ARM SHOT OFF,
Heckles J Handling of a Shot Gun
Causes Misfortune.
Tom D,ivls Loses His It glit Arm
ns a of nrelessnoss.
Thomas E. Davis, a coioreu section
hand of tho Illinois Central, had
his right arm shot off lost night at
Hoaz Station, where ho lives, by Arch
Dawson, another section hand, and
both men claim the shooting was accidental.
They wero in a room togo her, nud
Dawson was fooling with u
shot cuu. It was discharged,
a load of No. 6 shot shattering the
rlebt arm of Davis in a horrible
manner. The fortitudo of tho vio
im is creat, as uo wmkcu w iu
aramount question in politi
cal vkM now is, will tho slate made
up at9io recent democratic caucus be
taken. Quite naturally there is
diversity of opinion on the subject.
Some of those personally Interested
say that It will, while others say that
it will not. Then there aro those
who say they arc too disgusted tn
give the mallei any thought.
Tho article in Saturday's Stw has
created considerable stir among the
democrats, and has occasioned no
little comment. Today
of tho council could be seen
hobnobbing together in many places,
indicating that something Is up.
The Srs simply gave tho facts Satur
day as an item of news deemed Interesting
to chronicle.
There is much dissatisfaction
manifested nmong some of the Democrats,
and while many are indifferent
as to whether tho slate is elected
or not, others aro open in their oppo
sition tn some of the nominees. Hut
whether there aro any grounds for
discontent or not, it Is nevertheless
fact that there Is discontent. It is
equally certain that a great deal of
Influence Is being brought to bear on
some of the councilmen to repudiate
tho caucus. Tho defeated candidates,
or many of them, arc living in
hope, while many of them are living
In 'hot water." Whether tho slate
is broken or not, thcrG is promise of
n Utile fun among the Democrats un
til the matter Is settled, ono way or
the other. It is said that ono councilman
is so disgusted that ho seriously
considers the advisability of
declining to qualify when the time
comes.
Tiik Sirs has been criticized by
somo for publishing the facts in the
affair. It has no interest whatever
in I ho matter except to give the news,
and that it Is reliable news one can
readily learn by getting out among
the people and keeping his ears open.
Tho Sure doesn't care what kind of
slato tho Democratic counci makes
up or whet Is on It. It never expected
any Republicans to be nominated,
although one of tho nominees Is said
to be a Republican, despite the fact
that ho is registered as a Democrat.
As long as there is any dissatisfaction
in tho ranks, however, tho Sux
will continue to publish tho facts as
near as they can bo obtaind.
REV. FISMER
Prcnclied at the German Evangelical
Chinch.
Ho May Ho Called Wednenday as
Pastor of the Church.
Itov. Fismcr, of Pomcroy, Ohio,
left this morning for his home. He
preached yesterday nt tho German
Evangelical church to a large congregation.
A tncoling cf the congregation will
bo held Wednesday night to decide
on whether cr not to call him os pastor
of tho church.
Intorostlnir Familv Reunion.
A family reunion took place Saturday
at Wickliffc, Italian! county.
For tho first timo In 25 years the living
children of the late Jacob
who for 42 years was county
clerk of Hallard, were all
together. Ihoso present wero:
Mrs. Jae. M. Engell, of the city,
Mrs. Judge C. S. Marshall, of
Mrs. Lafayette Rich, Mon
tana ; Col. Tom Corbctt, recently of
Oklahoma, and Mrs. Dr. Terrell, of
Blandvillc. Tho late Mr. Letch
Corbett and Mrs. Dudley are the
two who ore dead.
F.D.T. At
Tho 2Gth semi-annual meeting of
tho First District Trachcis' association
meets next Friday and Saturday
at Clinton, and a party of teachers
from tho city, headed by Supt. Geo.
O. MoHroom, nilllikely go down
to attend. Prof. Stone, of Clinton
colloc. will deliver tho address of
welcome, and Supt. McBroom, of
tho cl.y, will respond. The associa
tion U composed of tcacheis from
a eleveu counties, and from one hundred
to two hundred visitors are ex-
lpcctcd.
respondent Tells the Biggest
Lie and Wears
the Belt.
He Telegraphed to the Globe-
Democrat that L'uducah was
iu the Hands of n
llecclver.
Mayor Yciscr was very indignant
today when be was handed a dispatch
clipped from tho St. Louis Globe-Democrat
of yesterday, dated Spring
Valley, III., stating that Spring Vat-
ley had been placed in the hand) of
a receiver.
Tho dispatch wound up by stating
that so,far as is known, I'aducah.Ky.,
was the only other city in the United
States in the hands of a receiver.
This is a reflection on Paducah
that might do her a vast amount of
harm. There is no city in tho United
States on sounder financial footing,
and Mayor Yeiscr wrote at once to
tho that there was
no truth in it. Tho paier is not to
blame, however, ts tho mistake was
duo to cither tho mendacity or mistake
of tho Illinois correspondent.
TONS OF PAINT.
Mr. Tele Johnson, o! (lie County,
Finds Ochre.
While Digging He Unearths what
Proved to bo 10 Acres of It.
Mr. Pete Johnson, a farmer living
In the Gum Sprlugs section of tho
county, about eight miles from the
city on the Uroadway road, made an
important discovery on his farm one
day last week.
While making an excavation on his
land he found a fine ochre bed, which
is said to be one of the largest and
finest quality la this section of the
country.
The clay covers an area of ten
acres or more, and Mr. Jounson win
at once proceed lo take it out in
large quantities and ship it to St.
Louis, ta be. sold and converted into
paint. The find is considered quite
a valuable one.
HON. J. M. DR0MG00LE.
Death of Miss Will Allen Dronv
goole's Aged Father.
Passed Away Suddenly Yesterday
at Mnyficld, Ninety Years
of Ago.
Hon. J. E. Dromgooio died yesterday
afternoon at tho age of over
90 rears at Mayfleld, Ky. Ho was
the father of Mrs. Wcllton Mooncy,
wife of the pastor of tho Methodist
church at that place, and of Miss
Will Allen Dromgoolc, tho Tennessee
writer. He camo here a short time
ago from Tennessee and was tho
oldest lawyer in that state. His
death was sudden and unexpcctcJ.
PRESIDENT JERRE PORTER
Passes Through Paducah En-
route to an Important Meeting
at Louisville.
Will Deliver an AdJrcsH Tomorrow
Hefore Many
Gentlemen.
Hon. Jerrc M. Porter, state president
of the T. I. A., accompanied
by Mrs. Porter, passed through the
city yesterday en route to Louisville,
where Mr. Porter, by special invita
tion, will attend a mcetiug of the
Commercial club, Hoard of Trade,
and Post "D," T. P. A., tomorrow,
the 23d.
National President M. J. Waller-Stein,
of the T. P. A., will bo in
Louisville on this orcas'on and address
the meeting in behalf ot the T.
P. A.
Mr. Porter will also deliver sn address,
his subject being 'Tho
and His Relation to Commerce
and Trade."
Old Soldiers Straudetl in Cairo.
Threo old soldiers from Wisconsin
are stranded in Cairo, according to
the Argus. They camo with a small
Bailboat down tho river and had
started for Florida to spend tho win
ter. It seems their supplies and
money are exhausted, and they want
wcrk until they can get their next
pension installment. They aro willing
to do anything tlioy aro capable
of. Their pension monc is not duo
for somo time. Tucy arc neat, hou
Bit, sober looking men, their appear
anco being entirely in their favor.
FLUSH TANKS TliSTED.
Many Good Citlcnn Plunged With
tho Sewerage
Tho flush tanks in several places
in tho sewerage system wcro tested
this morning, and found to work admirably.
Somo of tho most prominent citizens
in Paducah have for their own
personal satisfaction inspected tho
sewerago and nro perfectly satisfied
that it is faultless.
The white enamel ware now shown
by Hank llros. & Jones has three
coats of enamel, which is far superior
to granite ware. Sec it. 20u3
PADUCAH GETS
ONE PLUM.
W. J. White will be Stamp Deputy
for this City-
Coiiector Franks Makes a Gor.u
Start In Pie Cutting.
Owcnsboro, Ky., Nov. 22. Collector
E. T. Franks today appointed
W. J. White, of Pndiieah, Stamp
Deputy fur that city. Mr. White is
hero today with his bond. W. A.
Lawrence was the only other
applicant.
ni:i:ds nn.iuAeiKs.
John Pnrrctt Tells tho Mayor n
llnid Luck Story.
John Parrctt, formerly of Zincs-ville,
Ohio, but now a citizen of Paducah,
applied to Mayor Yciscr this
moruini; for aid. He aid his wile
was dangerously ill, nod his liuMicial
condition was distressingly bail He
applied to the county for assistance.
but was given only the coarsest food,
while tho condition of his wife often
rendered her unable lo cat only delicacies.
Mayor Yehcr did not feel Justified
in helping the man in his ollleial capacity,
but gave him an order and
had it charged to his individual ao
count.
STKAMDOAT MEN I1APP Y,
Nnylgntlon Resumed on tho Ohio
ltlver.
There was great activity and
cheerfulness down about the wharf
today, and it looked a great dcil like
old times.
Tho Dick Fowler, for the first
timo in six weeks or more, left ou
schedule time for Cu'.ro, while the
Gus Fowler departed for Evansvlllo
nt 10 o'clock. The W. K. Phillip
is tied up for chimney rcpiirs.
In a few days the big boats wi 1
begin passing, and then tho river
man's cup of Lappiuesa will bo over-
tlowing.
TIIECOUltl'h.
Very Little
ol Interest
of 'I hem.
CI1ICUIT COUKT.
in ihlh.r
Annie llarwood today brought suit
against her husband, Henry llarwood,
for divorce. She alleges habitual
drunkenness on his part, anil that she
was compelled to take in washing for
a living. The defendant now resides
in Jackson, Tcun.
Circuit court was iu scsMon only
during tho forenoon today. Nothing
ofimportanco was done aud tho Jury
lis been dismissed.
Tuis is tho last week of tho civil
term, the criminal session beginning
ou the first Monday in next month
DISTINGUISHED OltGANIZKD.
Mrs. Anna Keen, of Imminence. In
Paducah.
Mrs. Anna Hees, of Eminence,
Ky., State Organizer of the Christian
Hoard of Woman's Missions, nnived
at noon and is a uuest of Kcv. V II
Pinkertou and family, of the
Christian church.
Tonight this distinguishad lady
will address all who desire to attend
at the church, and will no doubt bu
greeted by a largo crowd.
COUNCIL MELTS.
Adjourned
Session
Evening.
for This
The council meets touight iu regular
session. Tho Jefferson street
improvement ordinance will bo among
the business considered.
Fragrant Halm is something Hint
givc3 satisfaction for chapped hands.
It is sold by Lyno & Lyno, druggists.
20n I
TRY OUR
PEACE OR
ANNIHILATION.
Is tho Offer Mndo to the Cubans
"by Spain Complete Destruction
Threat-,
encd.
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Martin
Thorn Agnlu on
Ohio Mob After Assailants of
1 Two Girls-Other
. LuteNevtH.
Havana, Nov. 22 Spain's terms
to thp Cubans havo been made pub.
lie. 'rhey are that Cuba shall accept
the peace with autouomy, or tho insurgents
will bo completely annihilated?
If war Is renewed it will be a
war of extermination.
1
JMarttn Thorn on Trial.
New York, Nov. 22 The trial of
Martin Thorn, for the murder of
Wra.'Guldensuppc. which was Interrupted
by tho illness of n Juror, has
been begun again.
t
I Mob Alter Them.
Urbnna, O., Nov. '22 A mob is
after ihe assailants of two girls who
were assaulted last night. Lynching
will follow if they aro captured.
Bents 1(1 to 1.
Proctor & Grisliam. Regent, La.,
write: "We havo sold twenty-four
bottles of Dr. Mcndcnhall's Chill
Cure to one of any other Mucc we
have had it in stock, nud we have live
other brands." If it is not the best
remedy for malaiial complaints you
have ever tried. Du Hois & Co. will
refund the money. Price 50c. tf
If you want an English Fruit Cake-go
to the Dm.icatkssi:s, .127
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A high grade, patent flour
You will like it..
Try it and be convinced.
'Success"
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A strict patent, second only to
P. P. Use is proof. -Make
the test.
Snow Drift,
A good, Straight Grade
Xotic better made.
A goodho:ie5t,'strictly choice
flour. Also
Pure, Fresh Corn (Vieal
Made of select corn.
All manufactured and for sale by
the undersigned.
Second-hand Hour bairels. ourown
preferred, bought for cnsli at our
cooper fchop across tho stieet.
e pay the highest cash prirc fur
wheat and corn. We uNo sell corn,
bran and chicken feeil and exchange
any and everything in our line lor
wheat or corn.
Coinu to sic in, or communicate
with us, Street No. 220, South
Kirst, Tilephono No. 350.
We ppend our money at homo for
the raw material 1 Let us have some
of it back for the inanufactuied a; tide,
so that wo can continiiu to do
bush ess ourselvei and nt the same
timo help you. Tho money wo pay
finr fi.r (rrnlti im1 1.1-
''rsl bor mostly slops in town,
I nml llin innrn our own l.fOlili! eon-
suuie of our output tho ir.oio wo can
make a market for home-grown
bre.idstuffs and homo labor. Business
makes money circulate, one transaction
helps nuother, and bo it passes fiom
hand to hand, and tho community is
helped. Yours for good times,
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T. II. t'UUYEAU, Prcs't.
W. A. COKEK, Supt.
P. S. Families will please iusist
on their grocery men keeping our
goods in stock and thereby save
themselves tho troublo of ordering direct
from the mill. Notice our Hri nils
ou sacks and barrels.
FAVORITE TOILET CREAM
For chapped hands and
rough skin.
25 CENTS A BOTTLE
MADK AND SOLD ONLY BY
OEHLSCHLAEGER &
LMi DRUGGISTS Broadway
It is antiseptic, healing
and fragrant.
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If it Trde The Paducah) Daily Sun THE the Sun advertisers is the best are 1 mec
fS it in The Sun by which to reach the people?
V0L.UME Il-NUMBER 01 PADUCAH, KBNTUCKY, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1897. TEN CENTS A WEltK
After a Lengthy
Illness-Was 0
Years Old.
The Deceased Ilnil Ilocn n Hopeless
Invalltl for Nearly a
Year The Arrangements
(ur tho Funeral.
Mr. J. J. Gutlirli', ono of
oldest and most prominent citizens,
died laU night about 9 o'clock
at his residence, 501 court street,
after nti Illness of neatly n year.
Mr. C.uthrio was prostrated liy a
stroke of apoplexy early last January,
arjl although death was expected for
i.vcnd weeks, his tenacity to life was
almost marvelous. Owing to his
constitution his conditiou at times
bore evidence! of improvement, but
hu had not been seen by hia old
friends during his entire Illnea. At
times he was partially conscious, but
his continued illness reduced him to
almost n shadow of his former self.
The ilece asul was loin in
Vn., in 18!)7, audaa
00 yearn of age. Hu came
to Kentucky to reside when three
years old. His early life
was spout In Calloway
county, but in IHfil ho entered the
yroocry business hero and n year
later changed to tho dry goods business,
which he gradually upbuilded
unlit ho was among l'uducah's fore
most merchants.
Always conservative and honest, he
reaped the reward of his business
methods ami was stockholder In tho
City National Hank, and at one time
president of the Paducah and May-Held
gravel road. He owned fifty-six
acres of suburban property, now
n part of tho city, nn eight acre block
with Improvements and other property,
beside his handsome residence,
in addition to n fluo farm in Calloway
count.
Mr. Guthrio was a life-long
and for years was a deacon In
the First Baptist church, anil church
treasurer.
Mr. Guthrie married a daughter of
tho late Mr. Hichard Katcliffc, president
of tho City National Hank, who
preceded htm to the grave several
lis onlr cbjkl la
daughter, Mm. Chas. K. Wheeler.
Mr. Guthrio leaves ono slitcr.Mrs.
f A ltptnlinr. of AltUO. K He
leaves two cousin, Mr. Ell Guthrie,
of the city, and Mr. Hufort Guthrie,
of Murray.
Tho funeral of tho late Mr J. J.
fintlirln will take ulace tomorrow
morning at 10 o'clock from the First
Baptist church.
' JAS. SUMMONS
denco of tho railroad physician, who
amputated tho arm near tho elbow.
Davis and Dawson both camo to
tho city on tlo 8 o'clock train, and
tho former was admitted to tho railroad
hospital.
As tho victim sorrowfully remarked
to a reporter, his railroading is
forever dono for."
COL. lJALK'S RUNAWAY.
Today He In In the Uuugy Repair-
liilT HusIiicm.
Whlto Green, the little son of Col.
Hud Dale, waa hitching up tho horse
Saturday afternoon to come to the
city after hlo father, tho animal ran
away, not stopping but once, and
that was when ho struck tho Ohio
river. Tho buggy was so badly demolished
that Col. Dale bad to bring
a two horso wagon to town this morning
to carry back enough material to
rotch it.
TO BE, OR
NOTTO BE?
Tho Question that Now Agitates
Democrats.
Will the Caucus Slate lie Rrokcn,
or Will It Iteuinin Intact?
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MULHATTON
LOOSE AGAIN,
A Lying Illinois Newspaper Cor
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REDUCED PRICES ON
COAL BUCKETS, FIEE SETS, COAL VASES!
Our store is tho cheapest place in town for these goods. Hc3t quality
coal buckets as low as 8c.
W WV'S. 'W''W V&'V' v. V
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NO WICKNO SOOTwNO ODOR
The most wonderful healer made.
Hums air and oil more air than oil.
n minimum cost.
MKRQUART RKNGESD
Gives an intense heat at
Am: Tin: best ox which to cook TiiANKsniviNO dinners, lowest price, easiest
OPERATION. HIGHEST EFFICIENCY.
GEO. 0. HART & SON HARDWARE AND STOVE COMPANY
303-307 Broadway.
INCORPORATED
109-117
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For the past thirty-nine years this familiar sign has been seen on
Broadway. Every schoolboy or girl in Paducah knows tho name of
Rock.
Wo carry the same quality of goods today that we did thirty-nine
year3 ago. That means the best goods you can buy for the money. We
areupto date in style, color and prica
A picture free with every cash purchase.
ROCK Ss S03ST3
321 BROADWAY.
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In Stripes,
Spots, Dots
and Figures,
vL Cents
Atk3 Each
Same quality for which other houses ask you 40c and 50c.
We carry the finest line of Neckwear in the state.
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LET US HELP YOU
To havo a crmr rtaMo and handsorao hamr. Wo arrange that it won't cost you much.
You will bo dollghtod and surprised at our stock, with our low prices, with our reasonable
tei ins. Our storo is crowded with
Handsome Bedroom Sets, Lu:ge3,
Rockers andj Folding Beds, Latest
Patterns of Carpets, Rugs, Mattings."
Our StOVGS for both cooking and heating are unsurpassed for beauty nnd quality,
SCO Our Ranges, our Trunks in fact, anything that will furnish your house.
Our promises havo been fulfilled in tho pabt, which inspired public conildcuco in us.
We promi.'c many astonishing bargains, and wo always live up to our promises wo ,-
will never disappoint you. Remember our stores are open every evening until 9 oclock.
JONES INSTALLMENT COMfVNY
CCRNER THIRD AND COURT STR ETS
"HoUrm Can Please You
XMTailor
$
$
333 BROADWAY
Tailor-made suits lo order for less money than ready-made
ones of same quality. Everybody can wear a tailor-made
suit at tlis prices charged by
Daltons Tailoring
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