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NEWSPAPER litis Always ADVERTISING Been The Paducah Daily Sun. THE
Fair
FOUND TO RE THE REST. Tonight and
Sunday.
TOLUME 251 SATUlfDAY, JULY 1818.
PADUCAH, KENTUCKY U, TEN CENTS A WEEK.
iW Up THE VERDICT FOR
UNCONDITIONAL SURREND Fit TERMS. TEN YEARS.
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Is nioro pujiutnr tlinu ever. A per-
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beverages nro supctb.
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3A TREAT F0R:
fIE BOYS IN CAMP
rilll.ll I' A III ILAII
I 51icd tlicy get "that blessed pic
-from mother." or a battle of our
I'm Ilrook Hill Whiskey from any
nfjtair brother or friends who value
jr health. No one should travel
nway.irom iicuno without a homo of
.our Puro llroolc Hill Whiskey, or our
Chiuol Hraudy. On a vacation trip
it is essential.
MEO'S PLACE
(RICHMOND HOUHt: IiAlt )
A popular rcaort.fur gentlemen who
niiriwlltf nn Tilt.tri.flnln ntnliHnli.
incnt in nil its appointments, and
Meets all
the requirements v
OF THE PEOPLE
Hnvst Lunch
In the City.
LA HKLLE L'AKK.
Without a doubt the following cant
is thu strongest yet presented to the
patrons of tho park. Commencing
Sunday afternaon, we have:
WILLIAM L. 1IAKKK,
Singing and Talking Comedian.
MISS EDITH KAJCDALL,
In Songs.
America's Idol,
INK. VKItUAULT.
Male luipcrsonntor. "A Sailor on
Hoard the Maine.
., ...... .... ....... ..
ine urcaiesi or aii unginaiois,
Dave FOK1) & IUYKKN Lottie
liio iiiacii xuagneis.
Presenting their comedy skit, "A
Mot Tune In Uarktown," iutroduc
ing Miss Lottie DaVera, the premier
uf all wench impersonators.
OVKIITUKB.
KAYMONi) C. TKAL,
VS" In Negro Songs.
1XKZ VKKKAULT,
Impersonator.
KOHKKTUAKKK
In Topio and Sentimental Songs.
WILLIAM L.HAKKtt
AMI
KDITII KANDALL,
High-Class Comedy and Dauclng
Creation.
UVERTUHIS.
MISS LOTTIE DaVKUN,
Tho Irish tjuccn.
. DAVE FORD,
Singer and Dancer.
TEAL & DAKKil,
Comedians, Singers aud Dancers.
1 ATK IOTIO ENTEKTA INM ENT.
Tho patriotic entertainment to be
bo given at Yciser. -park Monday
evening should not be forgotten, It
is to bo ono of tho most cnjoyablo as
well as most worthy ever given here,
nnd everybody is urged to come out
help It along. Tho proceeds aro
lo go to the army hospital fund.
Awarded
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
CREAM
BAKING
POWDIR
A Hn OW Crtsa of Twr
..YEARS THB STANDARD
!,
WEYLER
SOON TO BE
ARRESTED.
Will He Prosecuted for His Crit-'
icisins on llw OjicVations
in Cuba and the
riiilippini's.
MADRID OFFICIALS HESITATE
Am to Whether to Order thu Dun
mundcr at S.tntlniro to surrender,
or (o Hchl.it Another
Attack.
HEW SPANISH LOSSES JULY I AND 2.
hcrlpjM MclUi crlT.
Madrid, July 0. Wcykr will
probably be arrested soon. An inquiry
as to his recent criticism of thu
operations in Cuba and the situation
in tho Philippines has been ordered
by Correa, the minister of war.
There is no doubt but that Wevlcr
will be vigorously prosecuted by the
government.
SertpM McHae .St tvler.
.Madrid, July V, The indications
arc that the government is undecided
as whether to instruct Gen. Torsi, in
command at Santiago, to yield or re
sist the American attack which is expected
to begin today.
heavy Spanish Tosses.
Scrlpin McKas S.rvlce.
Havana, July U. It is estimated
that the Spanish losses iu tbu battle
near Santiago on July 1 aud ' were
900 killed and wounded. This
mnto, ulovelj figured, aliuw Die pour
quality of the Spaniards as lighters,
wheu it is known that 1,800 were engaged.
PATRIOTIC GERMANS.
Scrlpr MclUe Strvlc.
Chicago, July il Notwithstanding
the attitude of tho German government
in the war situation the
German-Americans have shown their
appreciation of a free government by
a project to raise St, 000,000 by a
subscription among
cans exclusively, with which they
propose to purchase and present to the
United States government one of the
llncst battleships alloat. If
tho ship will be named Teutonic.
DELAWARE BURNS.
Destruction of thu Hi e- Mlv.ln ,
Line steamer This
Morning-
Tlio and All (lie Urcw
Saved The Uoat U a
Total Loss.
jcrlppvMclU Service.
New York, July U. The big Clyde
O.ecan liner Deleware burned this
morning off tho coast Cedar Creek,
N. J. The passengers and crew
were ass saved, but the steamer was
a total loss.
ANOTHER TRANSPORT.
Strvlcf.
Now York, July 9. The big
liner licrlin has been bought
by tho government for use as a trans
port.
PLANS OF REFUGEES.
Hono That Gen. Onntllo Will lie
Made Governor of Santiago
After Surrender.
Scrlpp.MclU Serrlc.
Sibonoy, July ') Refugees from
Santiago are preparing for the gov
ernment of tho L'rovincc after the surrender
of the city. It is paid tbat
they have selected the Cuban gener
al, Castillo, for tho governor.
BLOCKHOUSES DESTROYED.
Service.
Key West, July 9. -News from tho
blockado lino off Matanzas says that
two new blockhouses at I'Jaya
built by the Spaninrds,
were destroyed by shells irom the
gunboat Uncas, July 4.
LICENSED TO MAURY.
Ilufus Nceco and Little D.ivIr,
colored, were licensed to mnrry today.
BATTLE BEGUR
Believed That the Bombardment
of Santiago Commenced
Today at Noon.
LINARES OFFERED TO SURRENDER
But His Terms Were
Kinley Says He Must Surrender
Without Conditions.
LOSSES BY AMERICANS ON
Service.
WASHINGTON, July 'J. At 1 :15 p. in. Gn. Corbin hurried to the
White House with a telegram. He refused to talk but it is supposed the
telegram was from Shatter, in rcfcrcucc to Santiago.
Later It is learned Shatter cabled that (ten. Linares had offered to
surrender uuder certain conditions which the department refused to make
public now.
The President directed the department to reply the surrcuder must be
unconditional.
Service.
WASHINGTON, July t. Nothing has becu received by the war de!
parlmcnt today from General Shatter that would indicate that the plaus of
a bombardment of Santiago today will not be carried out. The battle is
expected to begin at noon all along the line, unless the city previously
surrender.
WATSON WILL SAIL NEXT WEEK.
bciuppajiKAE bimvici:.
WASHINGTON, July 9. The navy department expects Commodore
Watson's Eastern squadron will sail for tho Spanish coast on next Tuesday,
though it is barely possible its departure may be delayed until next
- lgft lllt, ri , . . "- '
The squadron" will t)ii made up at Santiago and will sail from there.'
'I he quadrou will include the two battlcihlps Iowa and Oregon,
and four cruisers, besides several colliers, sulllcient to carry 25,000 tons of
coal in addition to the amount on the
ANOTHER SPANISH
Service.
KEY WEST, July H.O Ulcers from vessels of the Havana blockad
ing .squadron bring the story of trie destructiou of a Spanish steamer, which
is believed to be the Vilavoidc. The ship had sailed from a Mexican port
with munitions of wur and supplies for
The Vilavoidc was chased by the
beached and sunk.
OUR LOSSES ON
Service.
WASHINGTON, July H. General Shatter's rcport.of the losses sustained
by our troops is as follows:
Complete report of the American loss iu the battles of Jul 1 and 2 :
Killed Twenty-two olllccrs and 20.S enlisted men.
Wounded olllceis aud 12011 enlisted men.
'Missing Seventy-nine enlisted men.
SAMPSON GIYES THEM 48 HOURS. -
Scnpps McKnc Service.
.MADRID, July 8. It is reported hero that Admiral Sampson has
summoned General Hlanco to order the evacuation of Santiago within forty-eight
hours under pain of a bombardment of the city.
HAS IT REALLY BEGUN?
Service.
WASHINGTON, July 0. Shortly after noon today Secretary Alger's
private secretary announced that the bombardment cf Santigo was begun
at noon. .
Later, at the department, when asked when a copy of the dispatch
would be made public, it was stated no such dispatch had been received,
although there was no doubt hut the bambardmcut of Santiago was now in
progress.
ANOTHER REPORT OF THE BOMBARDMENT.
Service.
1EW YOUK, July 9. The Mail and Express in its last afternoon
edition states on authority of one of
of Santiago has actually commenced.
QUIETED THE CROWD, t
justice Sottle 1'nvH a Visit to tho ' Augusta Ligon, colored, was pre-
Poor Farm. sented In tho police court this morn-
Justice Settle this morning wcnt;iDg on a charge of stealing a pair of
out to the poor 'farm to lay the law ?uf, 'roI barn1' AlluD; , s ' 7"
held to and In default of
answer, a
down to one or two of the inmates
wl.n ... l.a.l . Imnnnm www...w nliat V.,V.. rniiPrnn. ..V.w. , nnd .
who were greatly annoying the re
maindcr of tho unfortunates there.
Ho informed them that they had to
behave, or be expelled, and they all
promised to do so. Ono woman in
regard to a report published in some
of tho local papers that she and one
of tho mon desired to marry, denounced
it as a lio.
Justice Scttlo investigated tho
food, and found that the inmates
were all getting all that could bo desired
by any one.
Not Satisfactory--Mc-
THE 1ST AND 2D OF JULY.
war vessels.
VESSEL GOES DOWN.
Illanco.'
converted gun boat Hawk and was
JULY 1 AND 2.
Alger's olllcial aides, the bombardment
POLICE COURT.
"uu uum, "iuiku wu ju.
The case against Chas. Page, for
keeping a disorderly house was con
tinued until Monday. The warrant
wiiS sworn out by City Attorney
Lightfoot.
Louis Sloan, a peddler, was charg
ed with allowing his horse to run at
large. The case was continued until
Monday. He owns tho horse that
has committed so many depredations
on tho N6rth side.
Jim Johnson,' for plain djunk, was
fined tho usual dollar.
PROSPECTS
FOR iPEACE
INDEFINITE.
Still Humored TliatNegotiations
Have UeenIliforiually Kv
gun Unc(tStntcs
Is Eavuruble.
V
BUT SPAIN OPPOSES-PEACE.
.Madrid I'eacc
Negotiations Arc 1'iMidlnf,' and
Say Siuitli.p) Will Hold
Out tothc Last.
DAY HISKO OFFICIAL HEWS ABOUT PEACt.
Koine, July U. The ltallu says
negotiations have becu opened by
European cabinets with the
view to arrange for concluding
peace. The best intentions are man
ifested nl .Washington, tho paper
says, but tlic Idea ol peace is opposeu
at Madrid.
MADRID OFFICIALS DENY.
ScrlppcMcItio Service.
London, July 9. Madrid advices
today"bring positive denials by ministry
that peace negotiations arc
pending and declare Santiago will
withstand the American attack to the
last.
DAY HAS NO NEWS.
eervlc. '
Washington, Jujy , Secretary
of Stalo Day aud other ofllcials of the
tatepartnintjdjiilsi nothing
clal known nootusv.io
peace negotiations.
DESERVED PROMOTIONS.
Sfrtlcf.
Washington, July 9. On General
Shatter's recommendation Lieut.
Gens. Young and Kent have been
promoted to major generals for bravery
at Santiago.
COLON MAY BE SAVED.
Service.
Washington, July 9. Advices
from Admiral Simpson indicate that
the Colon may be saved
nnd repaired so she may be of some
use to our navy. Also two or thrco
cruisers of tho Spanish licet may be
saved.
PANDO NOT AT SANflAGO.
StrlppsMcltie Hen-lee.
Siboncy, July 9. Notwithstand
ing Information to the contrary Gen.
Pando is not at Santiago, but is at
Maozanillo with his entire force. Tho
only reinforcements that have arrived
ut Santiago since the Americans
lauded at Daiquiri were two bodies
of one thousand men each who went
into Santiago before ths city w:s
surrouuded.
THE CANAPES.
Spain's Defenses There Aro Very
I'ooi , nnd Could Not Withstand
nu Attack.
London' July 9. Tho Pall Mall
Gazette yostorday published n
letter from Las Pahnas, capital of
the Canary Islands, in whicli the
writer says under the date of July 1 :
'In view of the prospective visit of
the Americans the Spauianls are
busy althcirdefensqs At tho present
mo cnt the means of repelling an attack
and preventing a laut'. g aro
miserably inadequate. They consist
of a batteiy of mixed smoothboro
and rille muzzle loaders on the heights
overlooking tho harbor, six obsolete
field guns north of the Mole, a six-gun
battery in tho artillery barracks
within the iown, and a small saluting
battery. With modern' loug range
guns the Americans could easily
wreck the batteries.
AT THE W II AIM',
Two Accidents Hint Occurred
Thero This Morning.
There were two accidents at tho
wharf this morniug.
Prof. Murray Gilbert, while assisting
in loading an organ onto the wharf
boat, fell off tho stage plank, nnd
the organ went on top of him. He
escaped with n wetting.
Mr. Ab Coleman, the well known
painter, fell from tho dry dock,
headforemost into tho water, and but
for the timely assistance of bystand
era, would have drowned.
AN AHLHAKOIIlTliC'l
Arrived to Look After the Nnlnn
HulldliiK on H roadway.
Mr. Win. L. Uralncrd, of the well
known architectural firm Urainerd &
Holsman, of Chicago, arrived in tho
city this morning. He designed the
fine new building to be erected on
Broadway near Fourth, for Mr. Max
Nnhra, and tho bids for constructing
the edifice will be opened Monday
morning.
Mr. JJraincrd has been engaged
in active practice in Chicago the past
nine years. He is a graduate of the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
clas.3 of '80, afterward serving
two years as draughtsman in the
ollicc of Messrs. Hartwell & Richardson,
lJoston, where he was engaged
on some of the mo3t artistic
work in State Normal schools,
churches and residences then executed.
Mr. IloUman is a graduate of Iowa
College and has had seven years of
independent practice. He served
three years as head of the architectural
draughting department and superintendent
for Messrs. Buikc & Co. ,
and Messrs. Frederick 1. Uaglcy &
Co., Chicago, contracting iutcnor
marble and mosaic decorators, and
was assistant designer and superintendent
in the "Temple," the Title &
Trust building, Schiller Theater,
Columbus Mcmor.il building, Marshall
Field Annex, the Leea building,
the Fcrl Dearborn National bank
building and the Continental National
Hank building, all of Chicago. His
poiiiion &s contracting superintendent
made him familiar wdu tho work
and methods of many of the
of highest repute in this country.
They hive a wcl! organized oillco
and are doing work than "which there
is none more thorough and complete,
They have several libraries
at their disposal, and besides arc liv
ing in an atinostphero of progressive-ness
of marked high standard in engineering
and industrial and flue arts.
They are in a position to give their
personal attention to work and assure
all they can give work that will
stand the test of criticism from any
quarter.
They have designed some of the
llncst buildings in tho country, including
tho Illinois College, l Jack
sonville, III., a line church at Uodc
lihmd, 111., Iowa College, at I
Iowa, Hank of Chicago Heights, I
l'iano factory at I'ulliuan, IU.,
have been tho best of references
hEEKS A LOCATION.
Mr. II. W. Foster, wife aud child,
of Trenton, Tenn., are here looking
over the city, to select a rcsidcuce.
Mr, Foster is one of the gentlemen
who aro to stard the big dry goods
store here in the new huildinx on
Broadway near Fourth, and is of tho
firm, Foster & Hays.
TO SETTLE THE ESTATE.
Mrs. Martha J. Radford today
brought suit against Mr. F. G. Hu-
dolph, admr., to wind up an estate. J
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top vlci kids, in
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$3.00 takes nuy of our
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$3.50 takes choice of
ca
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Lot 1 Green Shoes
0 Prwcs formerly ranged
o $2.00 to $3.75, now
B, WEiLLE & SON
iMnnn ennrunne
FOR MAYFIELD.
Pewee Valley Company Passes
Through With a Gatling Gun.
Great Excitement Out
There Today.
It Is Thought Uy Ulauy That
Blanks Will Itc Wrested From
the SoldlcrH 'I ho Jury
Gets His Cn.sc.
There is more excitement in May-field
today than on nny day since
Hob Blanks, the rapist, was taken
back to be tried.
The city is full of country people,
and the state of feeling runs high.
This morning a special train passed
througli Paducah about noon with
tho military company from Pcwce
Valley, nnd when the soldiers reached
Maylleld, it was found that they had
a Gatling gun. This did not have a
very pacific etfect, but whether any
effort will bo made to lynch the pris
oner remains to be seen.
The case was finished this afternoon
and given to the jury, which
will Bdtlc it wi'hout delay, it is
thought.
Yesterday's Jlayficld Mirror said
of the trial : The Blanks case was
called to trial at 9 o'clock this morning
and the distinguished prisoner was
carried lo the courthouc with military
pom) and splendor, but in immediate
charge of Sheriff Douthit.
Judge Kobbins had ordered the
courthouse cleared, and said everybody
would be expected to sta out
except attorneys, court officer-, and
county ofllcials, witnesses, jurors and
parties to the case, Undor this ruling
there came near being a serious
clash between the civil and military
authorities. The soldiers wanted to
go inside and stand guard at tho entrance.
.The matter was finally compromised
by allowing the military to
guard tho entrances on the lower
floor.
A jury baa been selected from the
tHlckpan3(jjoattV raeUjind tiie,trla
will likely piocccii mUhoat delay.
y few witnesses.
lllunkh' nttnrnpv liml nnlv two sum-
an'Mmoncd, Hull Hover and Ed Long
the latter having joined the army
some time ago. Blanks wdl attempt
lo show the victim ot xho rape is over
thirteen years of age, and is of a bad
character. The prosecution will
show by medical experts that the
girl had novcr had connection before.
The people do not know what to
make of Gov. Bradley sendiog
soldiers down to take charge of their
county court house, and thus preventing
and delaying the transaction
of every day business at the court
house. The better element is now
beginning to wax: indignant, and
jllsl a little encouragement from
them would cause serious trouble.
We Have On
Our Prices
On Low Shoes
They are very
and good,, shoes. If
you want a good
now is the time
ock
321 BROADWAY.
B. WEILLE & SON
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OUT PRICES
5.00 or $500 Stacy Adams or
cither tan or bhek, also plain top
All the latest toes.
Williams Knecland plain or cloth
blacks in via kids.
all our Patent Leather shoes tliat
.
0
GREEN SHOE
Lot 2 Green.-
from Prices we
99c S4.50.nofc...
Shoes
formerly &..00 and
....$1 99
Cut Prices on Clothiiig
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vju us jivrciuiorc
i.
The Jury's Agreement at May-Held
in the Clark Case-Convicted
of Manslaughter.
The .Jury Ilnd Been Out Ever
Since Thursday Some Surpriso
Over the Verdict Defendant
Killed S. R. Carney.
The jury in tho case against Mr.
Sam D. Clark, charged with the
murder of Mr. S. K. Carney n few
months ago, this morning about 9:30
o'clock returned a verdict of guilty
of fixed the punishment
of the defendant at ten years
In the penitentiary. The verdict was
anxiously awaited by the people
there, who aro greatly interested in
the case.
Tho jury had been out since Thursday
and it was thought probable the
jury would hang.
The defendant, one of the most
prominent citizens in Maylleld, was
charged with the murder of Mr. S.
II. Carney, of the city, and presi
dent of the Western District Ware
house company. Tho two men had
some words in front of the warehouse
at Maylleld, and Mr. Clark, who was
drinking, shot Mr. Carney through
his pocket, where had the pistol concealed.
The victim lingered for several
days, and then died. He was a very
popular man, as was his slayer, both
having many friends.
Tho case was ably fought as well
as defended, some of the best legal
talent in this part of the state being
engaged.
A motion for a new trial, it is understood,
has been made.
CONGESTIVE CHILL.
Mr. John Hall, the well known
railroad engineer, had a congestive
chill yesterday afternoon at his home
on Soutn hixih street, and today is
quite ill.
JUSTICE Slf EM-WELL'S COURT.
Justice Shcmwell held court today,
and the case against the only culprit
ii oonViouod.jLoatarday.attcryoon
LUU iuui uuitiuto tigic uum ur en
gaging In a light with Will Hamilton.
Levi Trice wai fined 510 and costs,
McCrccry $5 and costs, and Leech
and Price 51 and cost each.
Good Bye
Old Headache
If you usour Good Bye Headache
Powdc i doses, 10c.
X.
J. D. BACON S CO,
PHARMACISTS
Oold l'lih Amenta. SeTeatfand.'Jickioa
stylish ib. shape
pair of ldw shoes
to buy them.
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