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Image 1 of Paducah sun (Paducah, Ky. : 1898), February 28, 1906

Part of Paducah sun (Paducah, Ky. : 1898)

CC F p- n Vabiuabvttut a + r THE WEATHER Increasing cloudiness Mlny probably tjecomlng threatening Thursday warmer t IVOL < I l CREW RESCUED W B SMITH MUST Ship Front STAND A TRIAL t 1111 Friends llavo Worked lilted nut Federal Court Iis Strict 1III Such Things OfT Va WEEK INSANE MAN IN A and was working at McFarland His wife has been staying here at the homo of his brother III Norfolk NAMES OF THE MEN BY MOB LAST NIGHT 28Arter a frightful night of suffering the crew of the schooner George M Grant stranded at Cape Henry was rescued Who era Said to Have Killed Part of a Negro Settlement today by a tug The vessel and car Burned But No Lynching Augustus go are a total loss It Is the worst storm In years The wind Is blow Ing shayfour miles an hour and It la feared other schooners have found They Live In Graves County fwd Cant Mob Threatened rill New Orleans Negrolbw Kills Sun ln141w Probably Ho Found titAny trod at sea Norfolk Former Paducah Banker Will Get No Dismissal It Seems Stranded Yesterday + a railroad man who came hero a short time ago front Rock Island OHIO CITY TAKEN THE POLICE KNOW i 10 CENTS PER PADUCAH KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY EVENING FEB 28 1906 XV11I NO i4 W i Feb Time AVoinan DaiiglitcrlnLnw ST LOUIS HOTEL Killed By Her MotlierlnLaw Wheeling W Va Feb 28Mrs Arthur Higgins wife of exMayor Onuses a Punic and Two are HIggins of Littleton was fatally Fatally Injured stabbed this morning by Mrs Jane HIgglns her mothorlnlaw Since the Littleton fire Mrs Higgins had been living with her mothernlaw Vonrig Lady Ittirns to Death Near iMcKinnon and quarreled over the latters treat rcnuUOS Hall Catches Fire ment of her grandchildren HEAVY NUNS OuO000 FOR XAVY 10 I UISE TO m Opened TRIED ON MERITS Up tale Against Hallway Legislation AX AHKEST EXPECTED TODAY A CHAPTER OF LATE CRIMES SEVERAL This la Said to Do the Russian Pro OTIIEIt LATE FIRES Progrnni J e rt Washington Fob 28Heavy ar Loulsvlllo Ky Feb 28tumors tillery In opposition to tho railway to the effect that a compromise will rate legislation opened this afternoon bo ofToctcil In tho ease of the Unit In tho senate with Senator Foraker ed States against W B Smith for- of Ohio the man behind the guns merly president of tho Western Na In n carefully prepared speech which tional bank In this city and who was required three hours to deliver he Indicted last October for making argued against the policy of govern false entries and defaulting a nation mental ratemaking In general and al banking Institution sewn to be the Hepburn bill In particular without any foundation In tact Assistant United States District At PUNISH tornoy M IL Thatcher says that MrI Smith having been Indicted for a crime Is sillier Innocent or guilty that tho caso will be tried out nt tho March term of U S court Ion CHINESE GOVEItXMKNT OItli itS ALL COXCEUXED Alt its bunts IIESTED Mr Smith Is said to have made propositions to settle with his cred itors In full and It Is believed that they would accept tho terms of the Xo Further Disturbances Aro Re offer If they carried with thorn any ported From the Flowery Immunity from punishment of Smith Kingdom As there scums to bo no hope of Biioh a consummation It Is almost curtain that tho case will bo tried 1okin lob 23 Instructions have boon sent by the government to Gov KENTUCKY CITIES ernor Xashang to severely punish all participants in tho massacre of Fob Suffered a Deal Tacos Cold anti runry 25 whon six French Jesuit Snow inlsHlonarioa and four British cub jecU wore killed I Ky LoulHvllle Fob no- heaviest snowfall In years was What Caused Massacre ported yesterday from various see Telegraphing London Feb 28 clone of Kentucky The storm was particularly severe at Owensboro from Pckln the correspondent of the whore the city was in darkness all Tribune says The subprofttct of Nanchang who night on account of the destruction has had a jud ropujatlonaniong for of elcotrlo light wires communica tion by telegraph and telephone was eigners since the Boxer troubles In Intcrrutped and business Interfered riled tho missionaries to a banquet with Twelve Inches of snow Is re and nfter the banquet the subprefcot ported at Mount Sterling and Cat withdrew and attempted to commit letsburg Many head of cattle per suicide This act In Chinese eyes necessl sled of exposure near point Ster In I throughout tated vengeance and led to tho mascxlngton and Blue Grass region tho fall sacre of missionaries to six Inches and In IouU Xo Uprising Here the official record of precipita The Washington Fob dls tlon Is five and a half Inches storm which began about S p m patches received at the Chinese le- continued throughout the night and gation from the viceroy of Kwantung was followed by clearing and some province whero the boycott Is mast what colder weather successful and bordering the prov- t ince of Klnagsl where the foreign SANITARY INSPECTORS missionaries massacred recently stat lag that there had boon no uprising Must nil Elected HE Council lief on In hU Jurisdiction Sanitary Work Begins TEMPORARY OFKICEItS The board of health intended start Ing the sanitary Inspectors to work Will Hetimlu In Charge of Cotton tomorrow but as under the law tho Warehouse Company Inspectors aro elected by the general council and note has been elected Memphis Fob Tenn this yar the work can not bcI meeting of tho capitalists Interested started until the council takes action In the Southern Warehouse and Stor It Is probable a Joint session of the age company which has been organ- council will be held to elect the IIn ized with n capital stock of 510 spectors next week as the council 000000 to control the output of cotl with the board of health Is desirous ton In the United States was ft eld of getting the city In a good sanitary at the Arlington Hotel yesterday at condition earlier than usual this which time It was decided to allow spring the present temporary officers to con tinuo In office until n more perma mint organization can bo effected AND TENNESSEE CAIRO The officials who wero reelected are L 1C Taylor of Padu Will Soon Get Permission to Build as follows Ky temporary president cah Bridges Frank A Lucas of Paducah Ky temporary treasurer IL H Coyle of Washington D C Fob secretary James bill to allow tho Cairo and Guthrlo Okla temporary Tennessee railroad to build bridges JOINT SESSION over the Tennessee and Cumberland passed Hbo house thla nftei rivers I Of Operators nnd Miners liar Maitli noon r Ml j s tand p t e lust 8fhe r 1 t 1IIUg dvale 1 I ey I 8Cablc tror + fl J 2SA 28Th j 1 Oth SIN DOMINGO TREATY Plttsburg Fob 2SThe coal op Will lie Reported Favorably by the orators of tho Interstate Bitumin I Senate I Washington D C Feb 2SThe sonata committee on foreign relation ordered a favorable report to day on the Santo Domingo treaty I 4 one association have decided to hold a joint conference with the miners at Indianapolis March Oth and It Is thought tho pending difficulties will bo settled at that time Prospects Good for Kentuckys Getting Four 100000 Government Buildings Washington D C Feb 28ltII- the report of the subcormiiittco goes by stated authoritatively that Ken- through without being pruned tho committee tucky will get four 1100000federnl Congressman James Is working for buildings under the buildings bill Mayfield and there Is only one pub which will be reported soon lic building In tho First district Ow The Indications are that Mayfield eoKboro has a federal court and needs Bowling Green Owensboro and Win a building and Mr Stanley Is work Chester are to be the lucky towns If lug for tit I t4 1 = = = The two men who are alleged to either directly or Indirectly responsible for the death of William Augustus who was attacked Satur- day afternoon late on the t C a few miles south of Paducah have been located their names learned and everything made ready for their ar rest but they have not been arrested although tho Mayfield authorities are In n position to place their hands on them at any time today and effect their capture Detectives Mooro and Baker fol lowed up the first clues to the alleged They murder Sunday morning learned that one of the men the one wearing the canvas coat tad re turned to the south yard office and asked the operator about the train the second time While en route from the scene of tlie struggle to the depot the man passed a little negro boy and remarked to him that there was a dead man In the water at the culvert and that he saw him fall off a train Tho outgoing freight traintho only one the two men could have caught carried two passengers It was learned and the younger left the This It train near Boaz Station be Springfield 0 Feb 2SAfter a wild night during which riot arson and mob violence held sway Sprlng field awoke quiet this morning and only eight armed guards patrolled thestreetsHavoc wrought In the Jun- gles a negro sctlemcnt and Indi cate what occurred for six hours last said sition to Operators p night mob violence was f i PADUOAH GOVERNMENT threatened as a result of a shooting 8 ELEVATOR WILL In the railroad yards In which M M nUN AGAIN perhaps fa- I Davis a brakeman was tally shot by two negroes Preston Ladd was Ladd and Edward Dean today Postmaster taken to the hospital as a result of F M Fisher custodian of the the Injuries received presumably In government building connection with the shooting of i Padurali W Washington U C Feb 28 Davis Employes have been reinstut Dean was taken to Da ton foi O ed mud elevator ordered start A mob of one thousand safekeeping g ed Signed K M FISHER a locality marched to the Jungles I This Is taken to menu that Inhabited by negroes with the an v l Custodian Fisher who went to f nounced purposcti of burning that X Washington several days ago In the Jungles the mob section laying oft battered one house to pieces with K has had the order janitor lit the line mud stones and posts used as battering O elevator man custom house rescinded and A general fire alarm was rams Hint they have wen ordered to sounded The sounding of engine resume work at cute It Iis pregongs brought crowds Into the ft sumed the order will be effect streets and the feeling was tense us soon as it cult arrive from The mob entered Kemplers saloon urnsDt B Dobson a deaf mute and I Chas Heinz a coop ran through a blazing hallway to escape and suf fered burns Hughes had been taken from his burning room when ho broke away from his rescuers and rushed back Into the flames and a moment later jumped from a window There were 125 other guests In the hotel but none were injured f > One Dead thin Other Dying Horlngton Kas Feb 28W111 28 President Xew York Feb Mitchell announced today that the Arnold and wife were found with demands of the anthracite miners their throats cut front ear to ear at which 115 characterized as A Propo II IL Arnolds home last evening sitioniilimed been mailed to President The man was dying when discovered Baer of the Reading road last night The body of his wife indicated she Mitchell Bald the miners are nailing had been murdered several hours be- Will Arnold Is fore the discovery a reply from the operators i 2hc y Washington j j The two employes were HI 8J ram Davis colored the elevator sj man mad Hob Williams colored janitor They were laid oil Feb j 10th because of a deficit in the 4 government nllrollllat lOll six St Louis Fob 28Whlle labor Ing under Intense mental excitement or nervousness P T Hughes aged 2G from Lincoln Neb began throwIng furniture around In his room on tho third floor of tho Comfort Hotel finally overturning a lighted Ilamp l and starting a fire Hughes nnd J 55 years of age su A Courtney perintendent of construction at the Missouri Pacific Hospital who also occupied a third floor room jumped from windows to escape the flames and were picked up with fractured skulls and are In a critical condition RB Dyckman clerk of the hotel was seriously burned fighting the flamesR I KILLED In a Miss Explosion at PIpcs Ala Yesterday Child Fatally Burns iDyersburg Tenn Feb 8GeneIee McClannnhan the CycaroId child of Capt McClannnhan of this city was burned to death at her fa thers home In this city The child had been playing in a room In tho house In which there was no fire and getting cold rah from the room to the family room where thorewas a bright fire burning in the grate Getting too close to the fireher clothes Ignited and the flames at once enveloped her i Young Lady Burned to Death Huntingdon Tenn Fob 28 Birmingham Ala Feb 28Slx- Miss Stella Outlaw aged 21 years men wore killed and twelve so badly daughter of Mr and Mrs Seth Out Injured that most of them lire ex law met a horrible fate In belnt peeled to dlo by an explosion In Lit burned to death at her home near tie Cababa mine Xo 2 at Pipes Ala McKlnnon Tenn The young lady at 4 oclock yesterday afternoon was engaged In dyeing carpet rags by The deada fire She was burned to a crisp PETER COSTELLO all over her body but lived several STEVE MEMETH hours In great agony before death MATT BLTZ relieved her She is the third per JOHN STOXE son to be burned to death In the LOUIS YAXKO same community during tho past RICH SMITH negro few months The other two were The mine Is owned by the Little children tho 7yoarold daughter Cahaba Coal company of which J R of Leo Rudd and an infant of Clyde of this city Is president Smith Day Pipes is in BILL county In the Bloc ton field about sixty miles south of Panic at Factory Dead BirminghamThe Bridgeport Conn Fob 28JoI0 settlement Is en a spur track of the Birmingham Mineral minutes utter 5 oclock as the fac and is difficult of access by wire coni tory girls wero marching out of tho Star Shirt companys factory ester day the building was a roaring fur nace and within ap hour It was in 2000 DAMAGES ruins When some of the girls front In the 11 0 Ills Case Must Ho Paid By tho upper floors reached the second story the sight of smoke frightened tho I C them and about twenty became pan ic stricken These worn taken front Feb Frankfort Ky 2SThe court of appeals by Judge Nunn to- the windows to the ground by fire All tho other girls continued day affirmed the McCracken circuit men quietly on their march Mrs Jencourt In the case of the Chicago St Louis and Northern railroad vs J S nie Heaphy 42 years old ono of the Hollls Tho appellee a laborer re- operatives became so excited that ceived Injuries while riding on a con she collapsed and died soon after struction car between Paducah and wards Tho tire caused a loss of Cairo from which ho died The 75000 court awarded 2000 damages Attempt to Burn Hoys Hall Shreveport Ln Feb 28Au un TODAYS MARKETS successful attempt was made by in cendiaries last night to burn tho boys hall of tho Louisiana Industrial Open Close Wheat Piles of excelsior 81 81 III school at Ruston May ami shavings saturated with kero July sene was fired under the building Corn 43 May 43Y but the timely discovery of tho blaze by one of the occupants of tho 44 43 July building prevented a conflagration Oats 410 May 30ta which probably would have cost 29 July 29E many lives Eighty boys were asleep In the building at the time the atPork tempt to burn the place was made May 1550 1537 1625 1522 July lhlOlll > munlcntlonI I 2 8181tt Hnrned by Gasoline 8olvo11Feb Lawton Okla 1en wero burned two fatally by an explosion of a gasoline lamp in the Cotton Mch1031 1057 1043 C Yt 1080 1031 May 64Julyl071i 1031 Oct Stocks nag T C 10- 1714 14031 138 150 Sale of County Land Mrs H C Allison has sold 150 acres of land In the county to Lola Mankln for 12250 145 136 Ii Jail corridor hero 1683 N I L n s Feb28ThoP- Eng that It loams authoritative ly front St Petersburg that the pro gram for the Russian governments now navy is settled and will shortly b6 Issued One hundred million dol lars will be provided for warships and bo spread over three years nightLast was learned from members Kempler and his wife of the crow The men stole the ride and looted it on the bumpers and got off about the fled leaving their three little chiltime they were discovered on the dren asleep In a room over the saloon Tile building was riddled with bul trainThey were traced down and found lets and stones and It was only by to be residents of the county near the hardest efforts of the police and Bremen that the children were res Uotlz Stull4ly w Constable Lane and Marshal Chas cued MoXutt of Mayfield who were workAfter pillaging the saloon drunk- Ing on the case stated today that enness was an added feature of the they hind located the men or youths riot At 11 oclock the mob broke and were ready to arrest them Chief through the cordon of police and set Collins of the local force stated that fire to and destroyed a house In the he knew who the men were but that JunglesAt officers wore unable to get them be- six houses fired by cause they were dodging About He the mob burned recelveda telephone message from Shortly after midnight the city au the Mayfield police but did not give thorities succeeded In assembling 75 out any Information about it men of Companies B and E stationed message from May here A telephone They pushed the mob back field this afternoon brought news to Just as the troops arrived one more the effect that the suspects are get- building was fired and no effort was having made to save It pull out ting ready to learned they Ire wanted and that Doth Ladd anti Dean are now safe Augustus diedTheir removal In Jail In Dayton Detectives Moore and Baker are undoubtedly saved them from being working around Mclber and other Jynchod The scenes were similar to country towns Itoday attempting to those which ended In the lynching of Chief Collins stated Richard Dixon a negro In this city effect arrest and It Is thought that other develop two years ngoA ments will be reported before night Talk of a plot to kill Augustus Negroes Nut Seriously Hurt and of its being a premeditated murFeb Dayton 0 2Slreston der Is ridiculed by the police Xo Ladd and Edward Dean the negroes one had anything against Augustus rushed to the county Jail last night so far as known Ills death was the to prevent lynching at Springfield result of a fight and as the police are not seriously hurt Sheriff believe the men who struck him Wright says tlleftold him they got probably did not know ho was dead a severe clubbing and both are se- In fact the theory Is gaining ground verely bruised that the blows on Augustus head were not fatal and he was drowned Lynching in Prospect Falling Into the shallow water and New Orleans Feb 28Two ne In being too weak and under the Into the walked fluence of liquor he was probably gro highwaymen store of Frank Dotto at Gross Point unable to pull hlmfcolt out and shot Dotto and his drowned In about three feet of water Monday night and 13 years age the of two sons 11 and latter two being fatally wounded THE I1AUGH TRIAL MM Botto was shot at but escaped While she was and gave the alarm Began lit Dayton Ohio This Morn gone they robbed the place and es- lag caped Two negroes were arrested at Port Allen last night and a com- Dayton 0 Feb 28The trial of If they mittee sent to secure them Dr Oliver C laugh charged with prove the rlght parties they will be the murder of his parents and broth lynched or began this morning with state ments of attorneys Attorneys for Killed ills SonlnLaw the state said they would prove that Taylor Tex Feb 28Crazetl Haugh murdered his parents and purpose by poison and fire or both of with drink and with avowed brother of killing his wife and three children The attorney for these agencies the defense claimed Haugh did not who had fled from him Martin Jur farmer living nine possess poison at tho time and that elk a young destroyed the house miles south of Taylor went to the the lire which home of his fatherinlaw John Zak was probably accidental lie de and demanded admittance clared that he wqtlld kill all Inside HEPLY AWAITED When Jurclk forced the door he was Submitted Their Propo shot and killed by Zak Miners Have Is Birmingham ost says lGO S r 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