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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 16 April 1902

t l CLANS GATHERING Amalgamated Men are Gathering for Meeting at Wheeling West Va Tile Sessions Begin There Tomorrow The Association a Very Powerful I Ore NKTI4G Will PROVE ONE or INTEREST Wheeling W Va April 14Oftl cars and delegate are here for the an nnalVonvention of the Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Plate Worker which la to begin IU senloM tomorrow Oonrentlon headquarters quarter were opened this morning and at a meeting of the eieemtlre board the final detail of the conven tion program were arranged Both II regard the attendance and the Im portance of the matter to be consid ered the convention promise to be the most notable ever held by the organi ration The association 1 s one of the pioneer labor organization of the country It is also one of the strongest financial ly and has a better control of its craft than possibly any other trade union In America The present association Ill the result of the amalgamation 1876 of the several different organslatlons that ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 16 April 1902

1THE 1 SUNS PUZZLE PICTUREi WHERE IS 1HE BOY WHO FELL OFF THE SLED 7 I I THE RIVER NEWS I I llli STAGES j Cairo SO 8 34 faiL Chattanooga 700 fall Cincinnati HIIII rite > Kvinivllle 21722 rUe Florence 78or > fall Jobnsonvllle 12210 fall I Louisville 12524 rise > Ml Camel IIOLa fall Nmhtllle 10726 faIL hlttsburg UBIO fall Davis Island Dam 11164 fall r jSt Louis 9308 fall I i The steamer Cbsrlelts IloMklsr passed up to Cincinnati yesterday Tbe steamer Lola Warren left i to day for Cumberland river for lumber and ties tiesTh The City of Clifton flora St Louis passed Into Tennessee first yesterday morning morningThe The Joe Fowler Came In ytiterJay I from Evansvllleand left 01 her return at 10 L m today Tbe II W Ilottoiff came In yeller day from Nathvllle and left at noon M1today for Clarksville s The Dick Fowler will ron an excur Glen I to Cairo next Tuesday week from tomorrow for those wbo want to bear Crooks marine band The City of Memphis arrived oat of Tennessee river yeste...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 16 April 1902

The Paducah Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY BY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO INCORPORATED IIWrIt M nines President and Editor towns J Marcia General luaw 3r SUBSCRIPTION RATES Entered > t the pouoOoe U rMMmk Ky u second class matter TOE DAILY BUN Or carrier per weelr a M By mill per month U fcdruM to Dr moiL per yew U sdruea UG THE WEEKLY BeN One rear br mall poetase pal4IIGII Address THE SUN Paducah Ky Device ices South Third I TLnaoIR KG 1M The SUN can be found for sale at the following places fl D Clement It Co VnCulm Brut I ONNN Palmer House NMN CoI I WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 1M8 DAILY THOUGHT Trot Gal In shadow and In ton And lad will cone your way Bat never ilno old rime begun Uu worry won the day DEMOCRATIC CORRUPTION j A few of the Democratic paper of the state hue been bold enough to In I sist on a thorough investigation of oor Uln mysterious thing that happened at Frankfort recently ODe I I the In corporation of an Insurance clause ID the revenue bill after It had beet eliminated or was sup...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 16 April 1902

1 CIRCUIt COURT 111 ThefE L McGee False iwearning Cage Trial Tietack l Th Hick Controversy Cut Comet Up for Setllitmnt Tomorrow Morning I 4 t te I L Moats It on trial In circuit I court today for false wearing Mo I Gee WM originally united for ob a taining money by fat pretenses t UoOee WM charged wild having abort changed tin George Rawlelgh oat of I several dollar and WM caught In Memphis t John Durbin the young man jailed I Saturday for lunacy will probably I berled this afternoon If the McGee I cut does not consume all the after I noooI The Ed Long appeal OHM will baI I I r tried tomorrow probably This U aa I I CInltreIn case and will attract much attention Long WM arrested for a breach of the peace by driving Into the Palmer reeenratlon at the depot and appealed the base from Judge Sanders court to test the Palmer pro pier rights to reeerro exclutve space at Ue depot holding that the depot driftway WM a public thoroughfare t Irene Ole moDI white charted with v keeping a bawdyho...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 16 April 1902

1M Among the Lillet I F II LANCASTER 1Cpyrtht IMC by Duly Story Pub Co When Canon Vaughn took charge of Trinity church and ot IU congre gation he did not Arum of the rocks that lay In his apparently smooth path 11 I In fact the rock did not develop un I til after the Christmas holidays The o Itroubl I began In a small difference ot opinion concerning Chrlitmai decora UPOIlt t shocking the more sedate members mixed mistletoe with the mow that was twined around the altar neT Canon Vaughn had sided with the sedate ones and the mistletoe was se aside Everybody had treated the mat I ter aa a joke that la everybody tare 1 the ringleader of the wicked ones a pretty young society reporter She took the matter not only seriously but vengefully any forthwith proceed ed to make the Rev Orsons life a burden to him Taking down his ser mons In shorthand and criticising his English afterward In open acorn was one of the favorite vents for her dis pleasure but there were others Vaughn felt himself a...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 16 April 1902

vi Vfm SKIN DISEASES The skin is provided with millions of little pores and glands invisible to the natural eye yet through 1 I these tiny outlets the larger part of the deadly matter that daily collects in the body is carried off But nature never intended that poisons of an irritating or acid character should be eliminated through the skin the Liver and Kidneys being their natural outlets and it is when these important organs fail to perform their functions that these acid poisons are absorbed into the blOOdand find their way to the surface of the body through the pores and glands of the skin producing intense itching and burning inflammation and l welling and eruptions of every conceivable size shape and character Skin Diseases differ greatly in their general characteristics and degrees of intensity Red and angry looking spots breakout upon some part of the body with a mass of small pustules or blisters from which is discharged clear or straw colored fluid which dries and flakes o...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 16 April 1902

SOUTHERN GETS I IT The L N Passes Into the Contr of This Road A Mercer of Kentucky Roads Will Not bs I Possible ills Announced from Frankfort BIG DAMAGE SUIT AT IIOPKINSVUL WILL BE TUB SOUTHERN New York April 15John tI V Ole hat turned over the L and Ji to Morgan and company which meat that the Southern gets It Souther Block has taken n big jump and trai tog Is active activeMERGER MERGER Nor POSSIBLE Frankfort April 15A merger d Kentucky roads It not possible Oov ernor Bockham It quoted In an Intel view ai declaring hit action will 00 00I I governed by the Isw of the state which prevent It SUE THE UNITED UNITEDMINE MINE WORKERS Hopklntville April IS Event Woodruff and John Baylets and to of Christian county pave filed suit for 430000 damage against the Unltei Mine Workers of America and Jar D Wood president for Injuries reo eelvod In recent mining e troubles TO INVESTIGATE INVESTIGATENEGROS NEGROS CONDITION Washington April 15The Afro Americans adopt resolutions indorsing Representa...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 April 1902

L l The Paducab Sun WEEKLY EDITION VOL IX NO 15 PADUCAII KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 2J 1002 r 1 A YEAH 1 M THOUSANDS IN GREY r Tlrroi i at the Dallas Reunion The Convention Today Organized lit Cull mil With in Address by General John B Gordon MEMORIAL SERVICES WERE HUD Dallas Tests Aprll > 3 Tm mem lag train bronchi thonunUcf iwopo Into Dallas to attiM the reunion of Confederate vetetifa Twenty thous and iwopley trterani and their friend a reacjioalbe city up to midnight Ill > the congested condition at the downtown streets this morning Rare indication that todays 1 crowd woo 41 I doable that of yesterday Hotels anil bnardlrg houses were Sited but night and tint for the excellent arrangements andforrslxM of Ibo committee which + furnished sleeping quarters lo hund reds of persons In private residences l knit public buildings many of tbo oil fighters wool hive been compelled to walk the streets The interest of the day centfTOit In the convention which organized for allan this mor...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 April 1902

rNOW t l f 1 CANCEROUS ULCERS 4 S develop sometimes from very trifling causes and when and where you would least expect pimpleJI I JI may be the beginning point of a malignant frightful looking Cancerous Ulcer f Apparently there is no difference between a Cancerous and Common Ulcer when I they first make their appearance and for this reason every ulcer 11Q matter how insignificant I Jr harmless it may seem and aU slow healing sores should excite suspicion and cause alarm particularly if any of your ancestors ever had Cancer or you have good reason to think jour blood is impure for the sore after all is only the outgrowth the external evidence of polluted blood and nothing can check its progress until the cancer tainted vitiated blood has been purified All efforts to heal the ulcer by means of salves or other external remedies will result in failure for such treatment can have no possible effect upon the deadly germs and morbid matter that form in the blood and are carried through th...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 April 1902

L HOWARD NOT IN IT IY I Cullons Testimony Is In Favor cf t Berry Howard This Morning Bribttt Charge in louiivllle Creates Ctcltencnt Preichtr In I Jail I THE LATEST BY TELEGRAPH O s CULTON IIELIS HOWARD Frankfort April 19 Many wit nesses were today examined in the Deny Howard raw but nothing start ling developed Gallons testimony helps Howard H be says Howard was not In the conspiracy to kill Gould Ike Hopkins denied on the stand this morning that lie wn In the ogilcnl taral building when Goehel was shot i BAYS UK WAS BRIBED Louisville April 19 Quito a Wean tlon hat len created In Ascot court here Charles 0 ROd claim lit was offered 11000 to use his Influence In a map contract tnt refuses to tell who offered It lie declares howeverJthat be will uobc son himself to the grand juryCHARGED CHARGED WITII FORGERY Lexington Ky April IglIl1 Morton Scott aged 78 li In Jail In default of bond to answer In circuit I court for the alleged forging of his wifes will The Brand jury Indicted him so...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 April 1902

R I f It t The Paducah Sun I AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY BY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO INCORPORATED ru K X mil President ua Editor EDWIN J PAITOX General Manner SUBSCRIPTION RATES Entered at the poaloffice at Pub 1Ky I M Mcond titan matter THE DAILY SUN 1 IJJ carrier per week 1 10 Hr mall per month In advance 40 i Of mall per rear la advance 4N THE WEEKLY SUN Oat rear by matt pat ace pain1100 I Andreas TUB SUN Paducah Kr Ornca 115 Soutn Third I I I TutrnoK No ft NNNawN4NNwNw HNwwt The SUN can be found for X I placesi i sale at the following places R D Clements Co Van Culin Brol i NN4iN Palmer HN House N CoI I WEDNESDAY APR IL2S 02I I DAILY TIIOUGHIT I I Speaking of worrying which kill 4 more people than disease keen a no I ON for a month and m It yon do t not worry over a great many thing I that turn out all right I Success I INDIFFERENT CITY OFFICIALS Where 11 a general understanding that the city should make some pro rlilon for systematic street sprinkling I and sonia cffectlro system of dlip...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 April 1902

M aft 8T TERRIBLE STEAMBOAT DISASTER h THAT HAS HAPPENED IN YEARS i THE CITY OF PITTSBURG BURNS AT WATERS EDGE 1 Half a Hundred Men Women and Children Perish in the Flamest > 0The Terrible Disaster Occurred Thirty Miles Below Padu r cih Only a Few Bodies From the IIIFated Steamer Were Recoveredt t + ri + Cairo III April 21001 of the mail awful river disasters that ever occurred was the burning of Ibo team s er City of Plttsbarg early yesterday morning at Turner Landing near I Olmslead III eleven miles from Mound City III end II miles from this city the Ore Icing discovered at 103 oclock Most of the passengers were still In bed when Second Clerk Oilier Phil lips gave the alarm The engineer > t once started all the pumping engines while the crew brought all the hoes Into play Amid the streams of eater t on all sides the flames from the lower deck and dense clouts of mob the pr uengcrs raided from their staterooms rooms and a frightful panic ensued The appeals 01 the officers and...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 April 1902

i t THE VAN GUARD 1 Veterans Arriving In Dallas by the I Thousand Today The Man Army Will be There by To C morrowGay Preparation rlror Guests REUNION TO LAST 5 DAYS t Dallas Texas April 21The ad vance guard of men who wore thi r and tomorrov I gray arrived today the main army of veterans Is cxpectoi J to arrive for the annual reunion of c United Confederate Veterans which n will commence on Wednesday Fin t Ishlng touches are being put on the decorations which make the city look th gay in honor of these visitors frcm all tl over the south The last preparations tl are being made to entertain the thous tl ands of delegates and visitors who are I expected to attend the reunion Fort to Worth has joined with Dallas and Is II prepared to ao her full Share In enter taming the visitors At the fair grounds a monster crimp has been c established where free lodging and I board will be furnltheJf very Confed erate veteran who applies At the ho I tels and elsewhere headquarters have to been opene...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 April 1902

THE SUNS PUZZLE PICTURE I i L WHERE IS THE CHILDRENS MOTHER I I nnn A FAREWELL JmmONSTIITION J I DEMONSTRATION IN HONOR OF LORD KKLVIN New York April 21lho Ameri I can Institute of Electrical Engineer and otter Mlentlflo sorietlei of New I York will unite this evening In giv Ing a reception In honor of Lord Kl Tin past irnldent of the Royal Soot sty anti one of the foremost of Eng lands men of science who came 10 s thus country to attend llbo Installation of President Nicholas Batter 01 Otlnni bla university The affair will be In the nature of a i farewell demonstration at It li I hatdl probable that Lord Kelvin will nor visit America again He li now more than 7G years old and quite feeble Lori Kelvin when 21 wai elected professor of physics In the University of Glasgow n chair which ho octuplei 1 ttlll Ho was knighted In lUG at the laylcg of the first cable with which be was Identified and was cruted Lord Kelvin In ISM Hit chief In ventions hare been the mirror galvan ometer the si...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 23 April 1902

MUST TERRIBLE STEAM BOAT DISASTER bar of the wrecking firm will also be here and work will begin to lee what van be saved of the wreck Tho membew of tho crew were all Kent home by rail lit evening FULLER DETAILS OF THE FIIIE Cairo April 22E ltor O MX Kills of the T lemni who folly iuvcstlgtted tho disaster report 81 follow followTho City of Plltsburg with a crew of 79 anti a pissonger list which Included C8 men women and child I rev wag on her way from Cincin nati to Memphis At 4OS a in atI I a blast three miles above Turners Landing fire wa discovered In the forward hatches This WM apparent ly seen about the Paula instant IT the engineer on watch and tin first mate Arthur Shriver The former directed a deckhand to Oln a valve which wonU tnrn the water for the purpose of flooding the hold when He exclaimed that the valve WM red hot Indicating that Ira connection be low wan In contact with the lame Mate Shriver was just going on watch accompanied by lift wife who had Rot np early to k...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 7 May 1902

k i The Paducab Sun WEEKLY EDITION I VOL IX NO 17 PADUCAH KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 7 1902 1 A YEAR I SCHLEY IS SORRY The Admiral Says He Never Said an Unkind Word About Sampson KM Howards Appeal Case Filed In franklin Circuit Court This Morning rl KENTUCKY COMPANY INCORPORATES BciiLEY is 60nnI I Washington May T AdmlralSchley today mane the following statement I regret very much the death of Admiral Sampson and sympathies It with his family No one has heard me titter one unkind word about him On account of his death I have roo quested my friends in Baltimore to postpone delivery to me which was Intended to have taken place tonight of CjiUtobol Colon service of silver and they have accepted my request JAMES IIOWAIinS APPEAL Frankfort May 7 Attorney James A Violets of Ibo local bar this morn Jng filed In the offloo of the clerk of f the court of appeals the transcript of 1 record In the case it James Howard against the commonwealth on appeal from Ibo Franklin circuit court The I appeal ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 7 May 1902

4 A I NEW TOWNSHIPS Lands In Washington Thrown Open for Settlement Today TodayI I Much It Vilurile Land and There Will b e I Quick Settlement I of it Spokane Wash May 6Parts of four townships embracing 417687 l acres of surveyed lands in eastern Stevens county were thrown open t o II istttement today The new lands bor der on the Pend d Orellle river and are about thirty miles north of the town of Newport The tract can be reached by several routes the easiest of which II via the Great Northern from this city to Newport and thence by steamer The region contains considerable meadow and agricultural land Such land however li to be found only In pots of a few hundreds acres The region generally hlllr and in some places rough and mountainous Ills reported that there li considerable timber in the district and that Ills really pore valuable for iti timber than 1U agricultural resources The district it also l mineralized but no Important development have been made It U especially notable for...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 7 May 1902

I THE SUNS PUZZLE PICTURE t I SEE A RACCOON WHERE IS IT I a THE RIVER NEWS I Observations taken at 7 L m River 182 on the gang a rise of On In last fortytight hour Wind southeast a light breeze Weather clear and 1 r warmer Temperature 71 dII I Pell Observer I The Dick Fowler had a good trip to Cairo this morning at 830 Tha Ten Brock Mt yesterday for Tennessee river to bring ont ties The I N Hook arrival yesterday from Tennessee river with a low of liesThe ofI I The Joe Fowler left l on time this morning for Evansville with a good i l tripCaptain Captain It Baker returned yester day after a visit to St Louli on bull ness nuA A number of tows are male np at Piltsbnrg and ready to come on the first rise The Charleston arrived hit night I from Tennessee river and went 10I I Joppa to unload I The Kale Adam a big side wheel packet from Memphis arrived yeiler day to 10 on the waTiI I The Battorff arrived last night from hlahvllle and left at noon today for OlarkiTllle with a good trip The ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 7 May 1902

The Paducah Sun AFTERNOON AND WEEKLY BY THE SUN PUBLISHING CO INCORPORATED Tiara U main President and Editor EDWU J Pino General Mani 3r SUBSCRIPTION RATES Entered it tie pottomw > t Paducah Kr < ueeond Clan matter TUB DAILY SUM Bj earner per rck1 > ow By nan per month la tdTsnee 40 fir man per rear ta advance UO > THE TK E1Y SLSl One year by mall postage paid i Address TIlE SUN Paducah Ky j Ornca ill ao ia Third I Titirnona No rM 1e1 sale it the following places RD Clements 4 Ct I VanCulIn Brot CoI I I Palmer House wN NN N NewNN HII WEDNESDAY MAT 7 ItOJ DAILY THOUGHT I would have a man enter bit house through a hall filled with heroio and sacral sculptures that be might not want the hint of tranquility and ell poise Emerson THE WEATHER Fair tonight and Thursday THE DOCTORS WELCOME The doctor is among the most India pensable of our citizens lie Is loved and respected la every community and while yon may not need him often be is like the firearm In Texas When you du Deed ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Paducah sun. — 7 May 1902

A GALLED SESSION Resident Roosevelt Sas Congress Must Positively Pass a CubanBill It Very Firm In the Stand Hi flat I Taitft 01 Deal In Allen County SOME EXCITEMENT IN WALL STKEET I MUST RELIEVE CUBA PreldonlI I Roosevelt this morning told big lena tonal callers that unlenl bubmn reel procity measure was passed at this ses sion he would call It In ipaelal mouton fifteen minutes after It adjourned The President made no qualification and declared emphatically that the need of the Island forced him to take thli aUoluta stand A BIO OIL DEAL Scottivllle May aAnolhor big oil deal has been made In Allen county The MayfleldUuun Gas and Oil com Pang purchased today from Captain A F Locos 1800 serve of what li considered tile belt oil territory In the county The price paid for this terri tory la not known to the public bill It It knoijn that II a Dolls lease li I among the many purchase SUSPENSION OF SECURITIES COMPANY New York May 8 Development of the latter half of last week In Wall street ...

Publication Title: Paducah Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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