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Wi2fi i w tfs DailiJi Jentuckratt 1 voiA ii no hiiiiiii 2 HOPKlNSyfLLE kY SAtUBAY MORNING APRIL 30 1898 WILL BE DISAPPOINTED PORTUGALS POSITION PEIOE 2 OENTS i 1 ARMY OF INVASION IS UNDER ARMS Already Preparations Being Made for Trans portation of Troops LDMIRAL DEWEYS SQUADRON IS EXPECTED TO ARRIVE AT V MANVILLE THIS MORNING Ireat Naval Battle May HaveTaken Place Steamer Paris Has Not Arrlved Movements of Cruisers wr Dewey Now About Due Special No news has been received from Washington April 29 Admiral Deweys fleet enroute to Manilla Assuming- that he is bound for Manilla a calculation at the Navy Department shows he will arrive a m Saturday Manilla time is 12 hours earlier than ours 4 - t The Paris Not Yet In A steamer sighted here and sup Special Halifax April 29 posed to be The City of Paris turned out to be another vessel The Paris has not arrived ay many of us may not return with this flag but there will be some Volunteers a Little Too Proviouj She Will Keep Hands Off In The spared to bring it back to you The next feature cf the exercise Army ol Invasion Will Be Fracas waB the recitation of an original Regulars Impressive Exercises at Clay poem by Miss Sadie Cohen a child Lisbon April- 29 The Official of 12 years The poem is as fol ¬ Street School Building Gazetteto day publishes the neutral- ¬ lows Washington April 29 All voluiS FarewollUoys Farewell teers seem to be eager to be flrsr w ity decree of Portugal in the war Ad may the ling you bear come back though enter Cuba jk between Spain and the United Latham Light Guards Receive bullets plorccd lu victory well won Gen Wheeler not only asks but States It is similar to the degree Think only of the right think of tho starving a Banner From The Little Cubans and thluk of OuoV great might demands the privilege of being the issued at the time of the outbreak When the bullets all are Hying in the thickest of the Franco Prussian war and first man to step upon Cuban soilfj of the light Children Defeat tho cowardly Spaniards without favor but he and all the other volunteer contains six articles as follows In Clods eight 1 Forbids the equipment of pri- will be disappointed It mav And then Gods greatest blessings will cscend upon bc gratifying to their pride bttt vateers in Portuguese waters Five hundred people assembled For youll yonrhead the Cubans though haye freed 2t Forbids the entry of priva perhaps it will be consoling to their upon the campus of the Clay street many Ho their dead tcers into Portuguese waters wives and parents to know that thi public school at three oclock yes ¬ Three cheers were proposed for volunteers will be held in reservS 3- - Permits belligerents to make terday afternoon to witness the ex- ¬ company D and they were given until after the rainy season which u short stav ut Portuguese ports ercises attendant upon the presenta- ¬ with good will and good lungs by 4 Defines legitimate trade as will be about the last of October or tion of a flag to the oilicers and the pupils and spectators the first of November Gen Miles reSards belligerents and forbids members of the Latham Light The soldiers responded withtheir ls which may be con- says it will take at least lhrcetradinff in Guards company yell This ended the for ¬ Mijsidered contraband of war months to lick them into shape This flag was not of silken tex- ¬ mal exercises but the company gave and that it would be fatal to half 5 Warns Portuguese and for ¬ ture and no golden tassels orna- ¬ a highly creditable exhibition drill the army if they were sent to Cubai eign powejs in Portugal against mented its staff It was a plain which was heartily enjoyed and ap- ¬ actions contrary to the security of piece of during tue yellow fever season bunting the ensign of our plauded The first troops to land will be state Refuses protection to any in- ¬ country but good in itself enough 6 the regulars now at Key West aridi fringers of the decree to fight for and dear tp the soldiers ENJOYABLE DANCE Tampa probably a negro regiment for the little hands that gave their Matanzas to Be Seized because that race is less suscep mites to buy it An Evening of Uninterrupted con- tible to climatic conditions and At three oclock the company un- ¬ It was the opinion to nicfht in Pleasure For the Young tagious diseases The reserves army circles that Matanzas would der arms inarched to the school People will not be moved across the gulf be seized in another week and the grounds As they halted in front unless it is found necessary to rein destruction of the battery intended of the building the school flag was force the regular army They will jto guard that harbor by Admiral hoisted upon its lofty staff Then The dance given at the armory in camp all summer until Sampsons fleet yesterday is taken the soldiers formed a square about last night by the young men of the be kept they are thoroughly organized as an assurance that the Presi- - the flag pole and a hundred little city proved to be one of the most FUG PRESENTED - I nt 1 4 Hi -- Ifr Jul 1 I 4HN i trfWlr4 d jy go 76 7 T n69 ffi flll MAP of CUBA AMD V p I 8 vicinity i JT H I J y r 3fe7 -- uj5gS au cipe rj - 1 gwa Ss XtJV -- uaair sgzs sswfe PC r i i p 3s 5sl aeUA liwAj I I ml vi j r -- j - l I I rovs wyaa an mi in in j II i in i ii ut i J drilled and hardened to exposure and service If the war prophets can be relied upon ther militia will not see any fighting at all for they predict that the insurgent forces and the regulars will be sufficient to drive the Spaniards from Cuba Immediate Invasion Washington April 29 The im ¬ mediate invasion of Cuba has been determined upon and a proposition is under consideration to increase r Portuguese Minister Not Notified Count de Santo Thyrse Portu Speacial Washington Apr 29 guese minister has not received official notice from his government of the neutrality decree but he expresses the opinion that the cabal re- rts are correct and that the decree was issued children mingled their voices dents determination for national anthem he campaign is not to be altered My country tis of thee A rather striking sign of the im¬ Another Scare Down East Much excitement prevails EastporL Me April 29- - Special liere over 35 artillery reports heard- at Snoddy Head Supposed to be ue to the presence of a Spanish gunboat in the Bay of Fundy - BhMJULh VarniingtonWnnUg2ir Special The Revenue Bill was passed in the House by a voteof ISlntffm It carries with it the bqul issue of S500- 000000 TWUULkti mmib The War fleasure Passes lt Key West Apr 29 Sped 111 J WP llarringlp says the report the bombardment of Cardenas apby his ship in the afternoon pai iifoundation m was without - SiFake mi a ffl w ProylncQtojvn Mass April 29 Special iffhh Hjjfh gale blowing and heavy rains V t- w- Tllrt wuub llw - A riaf f a ww rilloOH T j Ti Columbia still liere Tm V L Wx - to- - rx h x The Oregons Arch Enemv XKik TVt ffllX oh Avrea April 29 Special The Spanish torpedo boat IV I ip tlHIl ill puiv iiuic M m -- UfaKt i rV i r - T A th Maine Cost 8itl--Th- I w MinneappliH Ifeit Hr it ViTAJi of an average ca ¬ pacity of 2000 tons and able to carry from SOtrto 1200 passengers each These are to be used as transports for the conveyance of the first military expedition toCuba The price paid for these vessels is from 10000 to 15000 for the thirty days for which they are en- ¬ Gen Shaffers command to 10000 gaged They will be taken charge men and to cover his establishment of by the quartermasters depart- ¬ of the base by the heavier warships ment at the earliest possible mo- ¬ of Admiral Sampsons squadron ment With this suggestion is also coupled DONT BE ALARMED the assurance that the insurgents will within the next week concen- ¬ When Wie Fire Alarm Sounds trate 15000 men near Matrinzas This Morning A Test Of The cutting the railway to Havana and System be ready to elfect a union with the American forces Gen Gomez ac- ¬ Several weeks ago the city coun- ¬ cording to guarantees given by the cil instructed Capt George IS Ran Cubanfrepresentatives in Washing- ¬ die chief of the lire department to ton will lay siege to Havana if he tsystem is provided with arms ammunition give the present lire alarm athordugh and final test and food Thin will be done at 11 oclock Gen Fitzhugh Lee who was this morning and when the alarm summoned from Richmond in order citizens peed not be that his advice could be secured sounds the To the end that the alaMned Iwih stated most emphatically that way be made without obstruct- ¬ all the Spanish troops would quick- ¬ test and with every possible advan ¬ ly take refuge in Havana the mo ions the seats in the belfry of the tage ment any American assistance of a court house hav0 been renvdved and practical twitf wa tven o the n- - the floor cpyerd AVitU ine tpbeltar- facilitate aountu IWK minence of the invasion of Cuba was contained in the chartering to ¬ day by the war department of eight laryeateamers I i the pleasant social events of the season Dancing began about 10 oclock and was continued into the morn ¬ At the conclusion of the song ing hours After a long respite which from terpsichorean pleasures the from the little children thrilled every bosom with patriotic young people were in the humor to pride Superintendent McCartney enter heartily into the spirit of the occasion The tloor was in excel ¬ addressed the soldiers as follows lent condition the music was good The children of the Hopkins ville public schools desire to pre ¬ and nothing occurred to mar the sent Company D with a ilag as a pleasure of the evening It was testimonial of regard as well as their with the greatest reluctance that affectidn This ilag of our country the dancers began to disperse with has never been brought home in the last strains of Home Sweet I Home disgrace and never degraded Those in attendance were beg you to remember all that it sym ¬ Misses Nettie Edmunds Belle bolizes not ySur liberties alone Edmunds Cecil Holloway Flortt but the rights and liberties of the down trodden and oppressed of all Gunn Richie Burnett Lete Fair leigh Katherjne Fields Bevtla nations Accept this ilag Hnrned Green Henry Mrs Mary Capt John Feland stepping into Carney Chapperones the center of the square formed by PattinMrs J Moayon Jlru Jas M Mrs Max the company responded on behalf Mr and Mrs Ashby Ed ¬ Green of his men in the following words munds It becomes my duty as com ¬ Messrs Tom Tanday Hirim mander of these pien to return you Thomas JSlon dimmer Jas Cook their thanks and mine for this flag John Wintree Gordon Nelson Tr I know not and can not know what Tandy Hutry Brvan O D Brown is in store for us but accept from Kolrt Shaw Jian Tribute Frank me the assurance that this ilag Paltiu JimVIoer Buck Ander ¬ son J R Slutw shall ne er be trailed in the dust and that wherever we may be and whatever duty may confront u OJifauMlf Chi ¬ Pittsburg our motto still shall be may our cago 10 LqvusyilkijTjfhintf- country ever be Viffht but oir 1011 i UOSIOJJ IUVMY 4IUK f emmtr f iyhtoFwwwtf Perba p in III II - iO o Zhe Pr Per Anomn atlif ffcentuckian Delivered by carriers to all luuls i HB5 EDUCATIONAL ITEMS of- - Published every morning except Monday by OKAS St XXAOXAK 313 S Main tl tho city at Notes io okwxs 3kk wjexxi y Interest To Teachers Month SUBfORIFTIOX KATJM 00 Tares Months 85 Per Week and Applicants S168T t 10 nn Tirrfe Has Been Fixed For HoIUinr mtmmmmmimmtmmm To the Driving Public 1 W fcv T-- IM r I r t i Annual Examinstionsof The May numbcrof The Century HOT CAKES NOT IN IT appears in a special cover printed Teachers The Daily Kentuckian took the in gold andcolor after a design by morning town by storm yesterday Fernand Lungren representing 4 Five brig lit carrier boys cwcreyup goeat mesa of Katzimo This the is 1 For certificate of graduation by 5 oclock and by G30 the paper aprppos of an article in the number common schools Before County step otoevcry waslying- on the door by W Hodge of the Ethnologi Board of Examiners June 30 subscriber The first edition J con- - cal F 5CA1 Bureau describing his recent 2 For certificates before the siftted of 400 copies anti aooui osv Ascent of the Enchanted Mesa County Board of them went to regular subscribers Mr Hodge claims tohave discover ¬ May 20 and 21Jun e 17 who showed their confidence in it ed proofs of the truth of the old JWhitc 18 July 15 and lGAugus sight unseen ami 19 by subscribingAncoma tradition that the mesa A When the paper appeared and and 20 j was once the site of a Pueblo settle- ¬ Colored May 27 and28 June 24 WWW gthcnlcc new dress attracted the ment The article is illustrated and 25 July 22 and 23JJAtlgiiHt 26 eye and its readers saw how its from photographs and with pictures v nnrl 27 columns were teeming- with news r by Mr Lungren who also con- ¬ 3 crisp from the wires up For State certificate before fresh and tributes a supplemental article either the county Or jgtate Board io 130 a m compliments were Notes on Old Mesa Life iheard on every hand Many sub- June 17 and 18 and August 19 and scribers came to the office to express Maj P P Johnston of Lexing- ¬ sxa before the their satisfaction and to extend con ton is an applicant for the place of 4 State diploma State Board June 2and succeed- ¬ gratulations v issued Brigadier General of Kentucky ing days and AugtiM 31 aiid suc Tbe first issue- was troops Gen Castleman and Adj The ceeding days under great disadvantages General Collier are the other can- ¬ type did not come until three didates NotesT days later than expected and this To obtain a certificate of gradu- ¬ threw everything- into confusion Gladstone the greatest of living ation under the present regula- ¬ and made it necessary to issue two Englishmen is rapidly nearing the tions the pupil is required to make ipapers the same night the semi- - end of his honorable and remarka- ¬ an average grade of 75 no subject weekly for Friday and the daily ble career His death is now only to be less than 60 on all the coir 4 ufic nfcotiinlisllPfl a question of days lUiVV1IV Ul JiMn fi4mon school branches Sec 21 were organ ¬ though and the routes School Law Sec7 ized the carriers appointed and the Surgeon General Sternberg an To obtain a State certificate an papers delivered before breakfast nounces that no female nurses will applicant must be atfeast 21 years Friday morning- giving- the people be sent to Cuba as it is not be ¬ old have had twdears experi the midnight newsjfour hours ahead lieved trained nurseswill be needed ence in teaching anil present satis ¬ of any other paper The entire edi- ¬ factory evidence of unexceptional tion of the paper was gobbled- up The Daughters of the American moral character jHe must be ex before noon Many persons came Revolution at Lexington have pre amined on all the common school into the office to subscribe and the sented tho Second Regiment with a branches section 21 school law edition to day will consist of 500 silk flag and the followingjin addition High copies arithmetic elementary The Daily Kentuckian seems to All troops atChickamauga are be English literature and the algebra science have come just in time tojfill a long ing vaccinated f and art of teaching including the felt want Indeed it proved to be It has been almost a week since a elements of psychology in such demand that many papers To obtain a State diplbma an ap were stolen before their owners Cabinet minister quit the game plicant must be at leasjt24 years could take them from the doorways old have taught in the State at These matters however will be THE RICHEST YET least two years and present satis- ¬ guarded against in the future and factory evidence of unexceptionable ve will try to have all papers put The Terror Brings More Big Spanmoral character He must be ex- ¬ uin secure places To morrow wfc ish Game amined on all the common school tvHl treat the city to another sur branches and the following in addi- ¬ prise in the way of the first Sunday Key West Fla April 28 The tion The science and art of teach ¬ paper ever issued in Hopkinsville United States monitor Terror It will be devoted very largely to N Ludlow has captured theCapt ing including psychology English big literature physics higher arithme- ¬ appropriate news and will not be Spanish steamer Guido bound tic algebra geometry and elemen- ¬ followed by another issue until from Corunna Spain for Havana tary Latinv Section 132 We issue no paper on Tuesday The prize had on board a large The above is the official report of Monday because it would be neces- ¬ in- ¬ cargo of the State Board of Examiners sary to work on Sunday to do so tended provisions and money for the Spanish troops in Teachers would do well to cut it and we want to run The Ken- ¬ Cuba The capture took place ten out for futiire reference All exam ¬ tuckian without a flagrant viola- miles off Cardenas after a desper- ¬ inations for this county will be held tion of any of the commandments ate chase during which the Terror in Hopkinsville teach- ¬ - The assortment of vehicles which we now have on hand is the result of a careful study of tho wants of the people of tnis section have the elevated gear for country driving and the low hung Carriage for city use Je - v - - IXX 1 0 - xxx iKxtt - fclT J - - - have the handsome cut under surreys for short turning the plain jump seat the single seated phaeton and the knock about cart We have soirfe very stylish traps with adjustable seats and single buggies by the car ioad In these we have end side or coil springs bracket front or piano bed Comfortable common sense buggies with wide seats and FT M T buggies for the courting youths of this vicinity with rubber tires if you want them that way VVe XfXSX ¬ - auKx The death of Judge Thomas J M Marrow removes one of the best and truest men who ever lived in Hopkinsville He was firm in his convictions loyal in his friendship upriglvtrin his intentions and hon- ¬ No man in est in all his dealings the county had more friends or warmer friends than Tom Marrow and his death causes universal sor row wherever he was known and loved for his nobility of character m The reception given The Daily Kentuckian yesterday morning was most gratifying Many new names were added to the lists and the street sales were very encouragingThere seems to be a lively demand for an early morning paper and The Kentuckian will try to meet the demand In the meantime we hope to have the paper a wel- ¬ come visitor to every family in the city i 4u - pi 3 i lf rmt rjp 1 t Congressman David H Smith lias heenjTrenominated by the Democrats OfihoiFoitrth District Having no QJiposiion he was declared the nom ririeHYthc Chairman of the district committee under a resolution adopt ed by the committee some time ago paVeVis not as pretty as some of us but Jiedpes not lack for brains point to an rasion Of Cuba in spite of earmiA foe Waiting till fall The CMw auga and Mobile troops are JBiapWU to ampa as rapidly ejgariti made readv for i prptripractiplT and the gunboat Machias fired al- ¬ most blowing the Spaniards pilot house into the water it The Terror was alone when the Guido was sighted and she imme ¬ diately gave chase After a blank shot had been fired to order the steamer to heave to the Spaniard put out all her lights and fired up in an attempt to run away The big monitor Terror plqwing after her brought her six ppunders to bear on the steamer and fired shot after shot at the latter nearly all of which took effect on the Guidos pilot house One man in the pilot house was injured but how serious ly could not be learned The Machias which was some distance away heard the sound of firing came up and brought her four inch into play firing one shot which failed to hit the Spaniard This however brought her to and Lieut Oualto and a prize crew were put on board of her and brought the prize in here this morning The money captured is in an iron safe The amount is not known The Guido is one of the richest prizes captured It is estimated that the Guido with her cargo is worth 400000 For white ers at the Clay Street public school building for colored teachers at the colored public scliool building- Ex amiriations will begin at 830 oclock - Ames Enger Parry and Haydock Buy Your buggies from us and VVE will Be here to make our guarantee good Among the high grade buggies we sell are Oelkers Troys vvuuununs we nanaie a numoer ot cheaD bugneg- - TIIKIIOUK FOIIUAI Wanted Deputy solicitors for the Home Forum Beuefit Order of Illinois the cheapest and most prosperous Fraternal Insurance Society of the present day The Home Forum is the todbearers inecca and the pride of the home It is preeminently worthy the unqhalified endorsement and cordial support oi an goou citizens it pro vides a sure and steadfast provision for the home aud families and at a that all can pay Write for literature and you will be convinced The interest of all the people would be best subserved by establishing local Forums in every school district in your country Graves county has six local Forums and as many mora will haye been established there by close of tho eusuing summer A Splendid opportunity for doing good unto your followman Pleasant and remunerative employment for school teachers during their summer vacation as well as other capable and energetic mon and women Address with references Tnos S SnonT General Solicitor for Kentucky jf Paducah Ky ¬ FORBES usLaeLfr 3ffre 3 wr IN NEW GOODS r r-Sf- xxzrx xxz jt c-- u w nrv Tremendous Sacrifice JO METZS STORE The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Rtivers r r 9 ¬ mr - THE PUBLIC departments Anm e indications 4 W lpp Y Atkinson to day tendered Presi- ¬ itingherbrothorAIr W D Elliott Mrs Jas BarbBe of Kingold dent McKinley through the Geor ¬ Tonn is visiting her brother Dr gia delegation in Congress his ser¬ Rollow vices as a volunteer The delega- ¬ R E Howell is now giving nightly tion will ask that he be miade a concerts on nis gramopuone i oi uiurisvi o i was uero yesteraoy loouing niter ins to sign as Governor of Georgia bacco interests T M Barker Jr is having his Gen Buckner Volunteers store remodoled nml repainted Washington April 29 The War A Jones the Mr Department is besieged with ap farmer T mnkingtobacco upto dato is hills and plications from Kentuckians anx ¬ will sot out ton acres of tobacco liext ious to raise troops Gen S B weok He is alwayeju few oar lengths Buckner has placed his services at ahead Atkinson Also Would Fight Atlanta Ga April 28 Gov W Jottings Trolii Kennedy Kenned j- - Ky April 20 Jas Stephens Jr ib uow city engineer having charge of the tobacco factory Mies Elliott of Clarksvillo is viait- - Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods Notions Clotl- iEverwfchinff new and un tordaCTm tall rAirchases ing etc before makimr their j- Xm Sec Our They are uDandies Ready-To-We- ar M ts Brigadier General If the appoint men is made Gov Atkinson will re iu iv T i rrt The American bark Saranac captured in the Phillippinc Islands had unloaded her cargo when seized The vessel was owned by ¬ Illa lanav H ii a made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH IN SHIS we lave the Bd411 tlie Latest Styles Wm Simpson Jr of New York This is the only capture the Span ish have made so far mmasBmmmiWTt GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU the disposal of the Government i Nearly everybody haij a kind Lot of nm kom ford for TuUAitfKHtiivcKtAmi JUyuaaiUbU i r t i - for iwlo r See our line of buggies and hnr at neiis before buying n If Remember the Place Next Door to Hat M - S LORS prin CLOSED of THfi OREGON ALL RIGHT TOM MORROW DEAD OEN SHAFTER fttmmiTlilf ILl JL imeetii Lmwlte The big Battleship Heard From Will Lead An Army of 15060 Passed Away Friday Morning Regulars to Cuba Next Week Below South America at Five OCiock Washington April 29 Brig The Battleship Oregon about Gen William R Shafter spent yes which fears were expresried the Forced to Succumb to a Fatal terday in Qrtnd suces consultation with officials first of the week haa turned up all of the War and Navy Departments flalody After a Hard Bat- ¬ right at Magellan and after coaling With Hop- with regard to the expedition which was given orders and warned of the tle for Life he is to lead to Cuba as soon as of hostilities opening The future j movements of the vessel will be After a long and trying illness possible norinff meeting of Louisville known only tp the navy department Judge Thos J Morrow died Friday in ses-ut which haa been Prcsby- morning at five oclock He suf lTvV Altr nl- the First fered a relapse some weeks ago Jerian Church waa one of the best and had continued to fail so rapidly that bodv Has ever had A that his death had been almost ministers artre number of visitingi hourly expected for a week It is il nn - Mid elders were present ptftytcry is cnacu ¬ OtM Plsl t kc - ¬ 3uraginff reports TM wepre CitndllV Lu u w the session was - son of Gen H E Lyon of Lyon county Ky is one fj i rpiiti of the officers on board the Oregon ReV B Warren of Louisville Young Lyon is a West Pointer k retiring- moderator preacneuuic who was transferred to the navy rninp sermon which was a very His farther is Gen Lyon the daring muu- 01 held ontlieopening clay bCJlOOl iuaini- - THE OREGON unuuat vt Frank Lyon a Confederate cavalry commander Wtinsuiiur tcrnvresuirca inr who gave Uncle Sam so much trout TrnrtovSmith D U 01 ble during the late unpleasantness kCV J lvvuuv suisvillebeingchosen and the young man is said to fitch routine business was trans possess the courage and lighting i nf tho first forenoon session qualities of his venerable but rorich was presided over by Uhe bust father who is now quietly l fc L rr i hnTnrlv effort Election or ¬ ¬ Letinir on Wednesday miw nf snceinl note Mrs Smitli were Lntl Miss Todd of Louisville brought encouraging Present and eports 6f the work of the ladies in it was kounds of thePresbytery in the past year the iiowii that ladies have given home and foreign lissions and between 517UUiuu this amount was raised by 16 aux iliary societies in the Presbytery vhich societies have a membership k over 750 A Kentucky lady is jeing supported as a missionary in Shanghai China Much home mis sionary work has also been done The Presbytery sermon on Ved- liesday night was one of the most lagnificient addresses ever heard in this city The newiy eiecteci noderator Rev J Kensey Smith D of Fourth Avenue Presby terian Church Louisville was se lected to deliver the sermon The subject of his discussion was The Perils of Secularly in Present Day The Text was- from Religion John 6 26 27 Many strikingly new Jueas were presented in a forceful way The peril of having the dol lar mark as the trade mark for too lany things in the church was lwelt upon at length One illustra tion contained a tribute to the beauty and thrift of Ilopkinsville which is to be especially appreciated as Dr Smith came from the beauti After the ful citv of Baltimore sermon the communion of the Lords Supper was observed The Presbytery closed with the forenoon session of yesterday In this session the business was more in the nature of reports of the differ ent branches of church work The nisrness of greatest local interest hvas the presenting of the petition of Jev S N Vail for the dissolution of storship of the local church petition was- - referred i n committee which is ordered to re- ¬ rinrt to the meetlnir of the bodv in PjtfMisville in June Most oi thet visiting delegates left thevity Thursday afternoon and jvening They were highly pleased - If hr Iwlv elected Moderator spending his old age on his Lyon Tidies Missionary Society county farm near Eddyville afterndfrrf 5is THE MONITOR GETS TWO One of Them Loaded With Silver Coin Wine and Bananas Key West Fla Ambrosio Bolivar coasting steamer monitor Terror last night off Car- ¬ denas arrived here to night The Bolivar looked like a toy boat as the price crew brought her in But the iittle Spaniard was richer thaa she looked as was learned when 70000 of silver specie was found stored away in her beside a canro of bananas and 300 casks of ine She was bound from Port Limon Costa Rica for Havana by way of Cardenas with seven pas- sengers and a crew of ten Need- ¬ less to say the Terror had no diff- ¬ iculty in making the capture The monitor Terror on Sunday also took a little prize news of which was first learned to day the Span ¬ ish schooner Saco with a cargo of ONE PRIZE RELEASED April 29 The a little Cuban taken by the It Has Been Ordered Released by the Treasury Department 29 The April Washington Treasury Department has ordered the release of the Spanish vessel Saturnina recently seized in Biloxi Miss harbor Under the Presi ¬ dents proclamation such vessels are allowed thirty days to leave port hence the order of release tvith their entertainmentand grati fied at the uccesJsful and pleasant session of Presbytery Recruit From Mayfield The fall meeting will be held Charles S Waller of the firm of Presbyterian ft ith the Fourth Ave Waller Wrather of Mayfield came church in Louisville this week to Hopkinsville fp join HOW IT WENT the militia and enlist forthe Cuban 1 Remember the Halne Thespatriotic spirit of Messrs Forbes Bro asserted itself this week in a most appropriate manner A splendid specimen of Old Glory was unfurled acrossi Main Street from their business block with the legend Remember the Maine in ¬ scribed on its fold It floats to the breeze high above the passing crowds and has done much to kindle the war spirit to u burning heat Slaughter a Carter allotments Have Already Been wealthy diy goods firm of Mayfield have agreed to permit any of their Made Aggregating 41322 16 employes to go to the war and pay sev- - their salaries during the time of Hi Washington April 28 The rai allotments made by the Presi service also holding their positions dent from day today out of the open for them upon their return l5000Q000 nationallefense appro- Col Howells Flight priiiiiun now aggregates U as follows War 16148627 Navy Col Howell expressed the followS25078486 Treasury SSftooOf ing beautiful sentence in a speech these amounts the Navy Depart at the Court house Saturday The mont has disbursed 11145000 and worlds temple of hope that is lightthe War Department 2 145000 ed kept aglow and burning by the war 1 ¬ ¬ Dons Qet One of Ours Madrid April 28 An official dispatch from Manila capital ofthe PhUlipine islands sajA the Gov ¬ ernor of Iloile PhUlipine islands announces that the Spanish gun- oat El Cano has arrived there laying captured the American iramc uapt ijartaby from New- tle N S W on February 26 fprXJoile The Saranic had 1640 tonajrf cppipn board Ur- tl- virtue erhoocl and kindness of moth Then he spread his para- ¬ chute and sailed down just as easy as falling off a log Murray Led ¬ love ger State TroopsQuns To Cost 60000 Frankfort Ky April 28 Mili- - taiy officers here say the statement instance guns alone cot 18 each There are 3400 pf these so it will b fMsen th figures will be more that the State Guard equipment can be made for 20000 is an error For Mfe tjNfei iuce of Qwimwboro wa wedi- LK M Our 100 gloveB aro backed up iu every wuy you Is the housekeepers sort of gloves or your money baeklj Wash Rags por dozen 19c Texas best friend if you Konr Mnnnmv tn link vnn tn knpnl The funeral services will be held have never used it ask some one anything you dont want think too act on who at the family residence two miles Only has and cake or 3 their advice much of your patrouago for that 10c per cakes for 25c from townthismorning atlOoclock CO W T COOPER Goods He was a member of the Baptist Going to do Borne Belling iu this church and his pastor Rev C H Officials Fishing line iu the next four days come early 3 SPOOLS Nash will officiate The inter- ¬ French Orgaude Checks worth 1 Op J tiilefWT Williamson and county ment will follow at Hopewell Cem attrrney Otholl Anderson left Fri ¬ CLARKS O N T eterv Newost Summer Fabric worth IQlp day moaning for Gabblqts mill on 10 CENTS Paducah Company riustered Pond River where they will spend French Organdies Rayo worth several days fishing Lieut Colonel Jouett Henry re- ¬ Goods turned yesterday from Paducah k lit i War Risks Not often do you on joy tho natisfac The Latest designed Or QHU k4 where he mustered in a large com- ¬ worth tiou of making your selections from pany of volunteers which will be Following telegram received such a complete up to dato stock Organdy Denphavo worth ICp incorporated into a Third Regiment TherisK of military service in Heros a half dozen items thny speak B B Davis was elected captain of the existing- war with Spain will with no uncertain sound Listen 122C the new company and drilling has not effect the Accumulation Policy IQn A yard for SO inch all Wool Shadow Effect Orgaudy actively begun Col Henry says of the New York Life will 100 Novelty It Suitings Worth Timo was whon tho buyiug of a that the company is composed of the therefore continue to issue policies 25c silk dreBS or waist was an eveut very best material in the Pennyrile absolutely free of all conditions to Kp A yard for 30 iuch nil Wool nowadays it is morely an incident metropolis and the surrounding good citizens whether members of Sorgo Black ami colors Price aud the wonderful progressiva Worth 35e country iiess of this great nineteenth century fhe National Guard or not A yard for all Wool 40 inch makes it possible for these queenly to Apply OQp I Nearlng Completion Heurettiis Black aud colors fabrics to come within tlio reach of Walter F Gaknett Co Agts all Heres four lots at nricos that The handsome brick business Worth 40o W JF Garnett S E Trice Jr will agreeably surprise you block on Sixth streetbetweenMain Nov yard Oft Aetios for Bluck FiguredWorth 19 inch China silks solid colors OCp j and Virginia streets is now Hear- ¬ 40 inchos wide The Annual Junket if S5e ing completion Dalton Bros who Secretary ft E Morningstnr df have the contract for the brick O Cn A yard for all Wool Filling 21 inch Moiro Volour Silks RQ Ptobs Association COb Fjgurod Giouadinus Worth rolors BiHtk Helotrope Whild uaFb will finish up their part of the tho Kentucky work Limiioii Pearl aud Greon Worth 125 completed the itinerary for the GOo contract by the middle of the next has iu July It ia as week The contractors havingthe annual nutiug 7Rn A yard for Blneli Figmod Bril 22 inch Satius all now PhiqSACQn Moot iu Cincinnati Satur IOb liautivofl follows Wotfli 100 nuiui 7uc- wood work in hand will finish in day July 2 nt 1080 a m loavo the dJllKAjnrd for Black Figured 19 inch Irridescont TafftWilkaYQp ten days Queen City two and ouolinlf hours h1 lo Novelty Brillianties Worth all tho umv and deHirablMliadefl RI worth one dollar a yarn Major Johnson Resigns lutor urrivo at Detroit nt 015 that llljij steamer at 11 Majpr T J Johnson has tendered ovening and depart by his resignation as one of the Ma ¬ p m reaching Muokiuno July 4 nt fi Remember These Prices Are For jors of the Third Regiment and it a m one day and two nights hnviug boon spout on tho water leave Mack has been accepted The reason given by the Major is his advanced inac on Tunvsday July 7 at 2 p in age bad health and the further fact nnd go to Detroit on roturn July 8 that there is now no company from at 4 p in depart from Detroit m 10 his home town Princeton It is not p m saino night or stay on boat and vet known who will be selected for catch train nt Tolclo arrive in Chij eiunati Sajturda July 9 t 7 a in the placenrBowling Gretii Ti xouuu-io-piouee not known exactly what was his malady It was a complication of diseases a disordered condition of his kidneys probably due to Brights disease being the chief trouble He began to fail in health about two years ago and all last year was in a feeble condition An operation was performed and he then rallied and was able to be about again throughout the winter months About the first of the y ear he resumed his neglected law prac- ticc and February in was appointed Master Commissioner by Judge Cook He was able to perform the duties of his office for only a short time Early in the present month he grew worse again and contin- ¬ ued to fail until the end came Judge Morrow was born in Christ- ¬ ian county near Fairview March 31 1894 He was a son of Thomas Morrow In 1852 he moved to Caldwell county and lived there until 1880 when he came to this city He became a prominent citizen of Caldwell and represented the county in the legislature and also served a term as county attorney He en- ¬ listed in the Confederate army when a mere boy but after a brief service wasWounded and returned home In 1873 he was married to Miss Eliza McCampbell of Nicholasville Ky He came to Hopkinsville in 1880 and soon became prominent In 1886 he was nominated and elec- ¬ ted as county judge defeating a popular Republican and was re- ¬ elected by an increased majority in 1890 In 1894 he was a candidate for circuit judge but lost the nom- ¬ ination by the enforcement of a unit rule in one of the delegations in the convention the result being a tie and a subsequent primary election in which his opponent wasnomi nated by a close vote Judge Morrow was one of the most popular men who ever lived in the county He was universally esteemed and respected and no leader of the Democratic party was more inflential or more loyal to his party He leaves a family consisting of a widow and six children four sons and two daughters His aged mother also survives him as well as a brother Dr P A Mor rew of New York and a sister Mrs D C Mitchell of Gonzales Latest War News JW1 iffuii rtf iiiiiiii Tniim iff I ffiV ty HVy FRANKELS nniinnmiiinvnMnviriiwnnnniiwiTiwwiiiwiT GENERAL SIIA7TER It has been determined to land next week a body of 15000 regulars at a port to be decided upon as available from a point of view of naval and military expediency It has been understood until today that the port to be selected would be Bahia Honda or one of the other harbors in the eastward of Hava ¬ na and without the trocha The news of the reduction of the batferies of Matanzas by Admiral Sampsons lleet may however materially affect the plans of the War ¬ Bombardment Sale Will Only Last THREE DAYS FRIDAY SVIONDAY ¬ Department The possibility of Matanzas being madethe base for the first land operations was con siedrably discussed here to day The troops to compose this expe- ¬ dition will be the four regiments now at New Orleans under the command of Col Overshine the in- ¬ A Cotton Flurry Little Priced Linens fantry brigade under Col Van Always worth one hundred cents on Home at Chickamauga and Gen the dollar Going to give you a cot- forAlways a fascination about linens the thrifty housewife Theres a Wades command at Tampa ton surprise for the next few days double fascination when bb in tLis Its an article youre using every day case prices are so much beneath and never comes amiss Dont think values Witness MATKIMONIAIi you ever before bought good reliable shirtings nnd sheetings at such low 54 inch Half Bleach Linen OCp Miss MaxicBronaugh formerly of prices Heros tho lots thte city and Mr Ernest Cox a Hope Bleach Domestic Cp 62 inch Bleached Damask 5Qp young business man were married at Madisonville yesterday evening Ready made and hemmed CCp b G2 iuch Extra Half Bleached gQ It was a quiet home wedding Miss bleach sheets 104 Fannie Belle Bronaugh of this city Ready made pillow cases pizes Iffcp IUb G5 inch Extra Fine Bleached 42 36 attended the wedding OCp IQp Feaganes IIunt Mr Joe L Bolsters ready mado 72 inch Super Fine Bleached 1 OOp Feaganes of Pembroke and Miss Masonvilio bleach C1 f Annie M Hunt daughter of Mr Ben Hunt of the same neighbor ¬ Back fold outing cloth 32 inches Rr Napkins to match at equal low prices hood were married in Clarksville wide 1C 19p Towels Monday of this week by Rev J S 10 4 bleach sheeting Cheek of Elmo Mr Feaganes is Ready made 10 4 unbleached 23x48 IQp TowelsGerman Huck HemmedOCn Ob a young man of solid worth and Blieets great popularity He has a host of Berkley yard wide cambrics 22x31 German Huck Hemmed 1QC fllQn friends who will congratulate him upon winning the hand of so charm ¬ 22x44 Fancy Border Knot OKp Kid Gloves ing a young lady The bride is a tall brunette pretty graceful and The best dollar glovo that money Fringe winning in manners The Kkn can buy Thats putting it Btrong 18x42 Fancy Bleach Turkish 1QC tickian wishes the couple a bright but we re very errnest in this kid future glove matter 25x48 Fancy Bleach Turkish QO t SATURDAY AND Ourl OapOllO - Special Strong Wash Argument Dress Section a a W kJ Op lC - 11 - - cu ¬ iti7 ¬ f 1 1 3 DAY ONLY flK r Wt - il w Cfl VN imi i CO A 9 r HE WAfiTS DAMAGES Suit Filed Against the Illinois Central R R Co MSSSSmmt j VKH6tih uoawtr Mm w 1 T f iI DR HAUSERS SUCCESSOR GUARDS TAKE PART JVTrl miiiJiiiiM DrCora E Browitol Dawson Has Been Appointed D L v MS w fa t if fkifc5iM LWy nvwurv r toJeartli W a nc of spcndid ne novecs handsome silk banner ness and negligence in refusing to Hauser filled The engagement ofthisunusually Dr Brown is a lady of strong Atop their train at Greens crossing a mental traits and broad culture strong dramatic organization will Zj Ladies icrsey ribled vests low nec no sleeves on April 13th to take him on as passenger Hesaysthaton thesaid Her professional duties have cast conclude with a war dramaA Fair date he had very importantbusmess her none of the soft and refining Southerner with Mis Van Tas Ladics fine bleached lisle vests ficed neck and arm in Hopkinsville and had no other traits of her sex and her womanli sell in the title role This is one of tne ness has not been sacrificed upon the versatile little ladys favorite means of transportation than MCr fie seamess socks fast black and mixtures soft her interpretation of the quality fine guage I J Companys C train Ae alleges the altar of science She will qual- ¬ parts and has made her a favorite at a special imf that this is a Hag station and that ify TuesdayCommissioners Board of character Southern cities The terday in the leading ri Mens handsome madras laundered negligee shirts jr the comdany is unuer contract iu the Asylum Col S J Lowry ofGarrettsburg play deals with the dramatic epi- ¬ one of the most successful planters a passenger stop there Wherever oadies 1 gauge fast black seamless hose Equal lu sodes of the great civil strife and it and intelligent men in Christian Wheat Looking Fine desires to jrefon or off He alleges J- 25c goods elsewhere that ho hailed the train in due time The farmers in all sections are in is a beautiful love story woven county was in the city yesterday idresJine fflst black and tail hose double knee for the ajrents to have stoppea it line spirits over the bright pros- ¬ through a series of intensely thrill- ¬ Hugh D Williams the popular Equal to 25c goods elsewhere y but instead of doing so they jeered pects for wheat The crop is look ing incidents The Latham Light Guards will traveling man is in the city amused over his ing iirst class and if the 125 price him and seemed AU nnen towels good size mingling with old friends and inci- ¬ excellent quality fr discomfiture He prays for dam- ¬ holds up there will be some old participate in the performance dentally interviewing his custom The soldiers will be seen in camp ages in the sum of live hundred fashioned prosperity in Christian yarA SimPsons back white fancy satines and and will give a highly realistic ers dollars digo blueprints county Mr Ben Garnett left Tuesday color to the battle scene the cli-¬ saUnd stnP corsets 2 side steels per Docket For June Term max of the drama flrs Stowe Convalescent The Guards morning for Boxville Union county feet fitting term of Ptin rlneket for the June Mrs G Ploward Stowe of Julien will also give an exhibibition drill where he is engaged in putting up Splendid amoskeag A F C fine tfress ginghams in new L couet will be much lighter than who has been very ill of fever dur Co The participation oE the local tobacco for Garrott Jameson and handsome effects that of the term recently closed ing the past two weeks is now con soldier boys in the performance Pembroke Review Up to the present time there are valesent much to the gratification will tend greatly to swell the audi- ¬ Jf Misses Alice Lander and Mary yonly twenty hve cases on tne ap of her many friends in this city and ence Aside from this fact the Jenkins of Hopkinsville are here to pearance docket and only one di- ¬ countv Company merits amore liberal attend the Hubbarb Torian wed- ¬ vorce suit However as more than patronage than has been bestowed ding They are guests of Misses a month remains for instituting new upon it during its engagement thus Fannie and Ellen Torian 1 A Ai stK Padu ¬ i x 4 si HERE AND THERE actions the appearance docket may far cah News f reach one hundred suits A great Mr Isaac C Miller a prominent many cases were continued from Fresh French candies at Breslins CENTURY RUNNERS employe of the St J ouis Car Works Soda water at Millers the last term and the full time of is in thejeity visiting his kinsman the court will be taken up If it is Best home made candies at Trio of Fast Wheelmen Arrived in Mr G W f Southall Mr Miller necessary to clear the docket Judge Breslins will go to Pee Dee to morrow where The City From fladisonville Cook will probably extend the time Breslins for fresh home made he will spend a week with his T Arlifilcrofl Incnnp Z rJl IIIIMMIMI iM candies mother Messrs Chas Lindsay Ed Josh Mason a well connected cit Ex Sheriff J W McKinney of A- Tropical and Domestic fruits Harned and Henry Daves three izen who lived on the Butler road fast young wheelmen fromIadison Trigg county was in the city vest at Breslins near the city was adjudged a luna- ¬ L Jk w It JL JSL MS All new vegetables at Wallis ville arrived in the city yesjrday terday in the interest of his candi- He was brought be- ¬ tic yesterday Their object is to make a eeptyry fdacy for Warden of the Eddyville fore Judjre Cansler for examination grocery to day and to morrow run over the smooth inacadapiizd penetentiary Mr McKinney has His demented condition was so ap- ¬ Cooks for accuracy purity and roads around this city The viil many friends in this city and coun- ¬ parent to the court that he was or- ¬ promptness in prescriptions leave the city this morning at six ty and his petition is being exten- ¬ dered taken to the asylum Cooks Instant Headache Powder oclock and ride to Providence sively signed Real Estate Dea four doses for 10 cents Is the best Tenn and back through this city Auction Sale of Real Estate ¬ In the county clerks office yester Wallis grocery can furnish to Fairview making 50 miles and Dont fail to attend the auption day a deal was lodged for record you the freshest strawberries and return from Fairview back- through to Providence and return sale of Liyy Buckners real estate this city from John S Bryan to Mrs Cornelia other vegetables at the livery stable this morning thus completing the century run Eigh- ¬ Wallace conveying a lot on Wild Goose Liniment is the stand- ¬ In Mr Harned has several century Corner of 10th and Virginia streets teen formerly Hopper street The ard i remedy for rheumatism- and runs to his credit and is one of tiie at 10 oclock consideration was 400 Mrs Wal- of neuralgia 25 cents per bottle best known wheelmen in this sec- ¬ lstI will sell the splendid paying lace will build a dwelling on her livery stable now run by Quarles The next meeting of the Second tion nevly acpuired property Daves is only a 13 year old boy Tribble District Teachers Association will but a remarkable wheelman aud 2nd the old livery stable where be held at Madisonville S Amusements his friends are anxious fpr him to Livy Buckner began his success- ¬ A fresh line of pan candies every Cora Van Tassell and her excel- ¬ complete the run in fourteen hours ful career as a livery man on 10th lent company of players produced clay at Millers in order to be eligible to the next street near Virginia Mark Twains famous comedy The Just received a nice line of fruits meet and capture the laurels as the 3rd a new cottage and one acre Gilded Age at the Opera House last at Millers Telephone 159 youngest centurv runner in the of ground on Virginia street just night and strengthened the favor- ¬ beyond the toll gate Engage your strawberries for State able impression made on their first 4th 8 splendidly located lots of Sunday at Wallis grocery 75c A few of the appearance Miss Van Tassell is WE WILL- gallon acre each just beyond the cot- ¬ many brands we one of the most versatile artists Hot cream bread at 430 every handle are Graveleys Diarnond tage upon the American stage One Paris Medal Boot Jack On the 5th the Buckner place of 20 acres night we are held spellbound by evening Millers bakery SquareNATUR AL LEAF TWIST with improvements stables cabins 12 her wonderful acting in an emotion Try Millers chocolate cream Kentucky Diamond Greenville etc one mile from the city on Gold Wedge Sweet Girt Rattle al role like Camille and the next claret Ax Star Let Er Go Diamond Virginia street we are amused at her jolly rollick-¬ See our line of buggies and har-¬ Natural Leaf Old Dominion and This is a fine chance for invest- ¬ of ing antics in a roguish soubrette ness before buying various others whenyou want you ments Dont miss it The performances given by this J B Potry ifc see CninRMai St tobacco call and keepwhat we have Terms jtf cash balance in 1 and and the way we it company are superior to many that 2 yeais JLot W T COOPER CO have appeared here at high prices Laynesof nice horses for Palo at Btable Sale of suburban property on The play is a patriotic comedy premises Free transportation fur ¬ To The Boys drama and is especially adapted Now is the time you want hot W P Winpree Admr Telephone 159 If your girl has gone back on you nished to the intense feeling of the pub ¬ rolls for supper call at Breslins Kandy Jvitcheh lic during the present crisis with Millers bakery It is a round thread white with small blue checks leaks CORA VAN TASSELL and get a box of Spain Mr P II Kelly has been trans- ¬ The engagement willcloseto night ferred from Paducah to this city to candy Guaranteed to make it OK Extends Congratulations and Best like a piece of linen cloth and will wear like leather U has with a complete production of A take the position of night watchman been our best 75c shirt for several years Wishes to the Daily Ken- ¬ Fair Southerner which has of the I C yards Mr Kelly al- ¬ want in WHITE been a great success in all of the though a young man is a valued WASH SCRUB tuckian BLACKING or CLOTHS and at prices lowet than largcjfcities earlier in the season employe of the railroad company ONLY TWO TO A CUSTOIER the lowest WT COOPEK CO Van Tussell plays the En Ville Friday Mr W D Hawkins who lives on a brave daughter of the the Mrs Hardy of Pee Dee mother Gentlemen My manager husjust Moseley farm east of town and ¬ confederacy who dons the uniform Miss EvaiBowling daughterof Mr of Mr Henry Hardy died Friday bunded me a copy of the initial ap ol n drummer bov to jroi thrnnrrli E P Bowling to Clarks of Brights disease aged about 72 pearance of The Daily Kentuck ftTitthe lines to train information It is ville Tenn and elpped made man years jan which chronicles my initial were to be limped that the amusement lov- appearance in the local amusement and wife Ihg people of our city will turn out world Please allow me to con- ¬ We are getting in some very DONT DONT c in large numbers to night and give gratulate you upon the neat ap ¬ plus excellent company a hearty handsome cuts under surries and zer or Water Cooler until you have pearance of your new venture and Khm examined and found the Ones at extend my best wishes in the jour ¬ Awiofc Mis Van issen wuiai- - other nice carriages for city use COOPER COS b Welcome visitor to llop- - Our prices onfjhigh grade work are nalistic firmament The pVesja has very reasonable and our styles are Infant Child Dead always been a staunch fuctor in the -ii J B Foley Co 222 -2advancement of the higher class of s fl tbi Cerulean April 29 Special 108 Main Street An infant io went child of Mr and Mrs T the drama and the elevation of the UqvMcfcnmr Monday evening Peanut Pecan E Bakei died at its parents home stage I consider that the stage aml reportH the ITS MELLOW Walnut or Al ¬ neap this place to day The body and the press when properly used yfoiwy ajivswith soldiers and mond Buttale or Pomcona Flakes will be interred at Princeton to ¬ stand foremost in the advancement os intelligent civilization equipment at CtycMmau Orly 10 cents for packages at morrow AM tho worlds a stage tWlB tyUUS -v vA kvvm rwH And Ml tUa mwi Ht weii Only 10 iiii njjiakinfffijflur of the park and At KIND8 OF FKX5SII Merely plRyflM Vn a KWAV r TAPK9lsmmer8 etc- - etc for M o reiKUw join3nicreuiMr incidents iprlHr cltfahfng cheaper V YqjrH incerelyt ji of J than the HMrajJest at COOPERS COKA VAN TAifcRI W T COOlBU 4k your Delivered 1 oUlock The nrolonired speculation as p Who would be the successor of Dr twenty Five Appearances for June Katherinc Hauser late second as sistant physician at the Western Presentation Of the Great War Tern Josh Hason Adjudged Asylum Is ended at last Gov iInsane Court HoUse Drama To Night Will Be In- ¬ Bradley has made the appointment News is Dr Cora It is a woman and she tensely Realistic E Brown Her home is at Dawson va Mr Herbert Cox a young far where she has practiced her profes- ¬ mer residimr in the Gracey vicinity sion during the past eight years The Latham light Guards Co has entered suit in the CircuitCotirt I Her father is a physician of high against the IHinoisCentral Railroad standing and his talented daughter D has arranged with the man has been associated with him in the agement of the Cora Van Tassell Company for damages petilition practice of medicine She is a Company whereby a jlfair proporMr Cox alleges in his of graduate of the Cincinnati School tion of the proceeds fomWthis eventha the agents and employees will go tothc fund the defendant corporation were oi Medicine anu is in every way ings performance guilty of gross and willful carless fitted for the place which Mrs being raised for the purchase of a ¬ - Soldiers Will Be Seen In Fair Southern r is registered at tliji Phoenix Dr iJomer Blane of Cadiz was A among 1jie Trgg county Visitors - Lander of Pembroke Ammunition ThatSHhgt The Btlilhess i yesterday Mrs Homer Blanc and little sOn Chappdll of Cadiz are visiting Chanpell Mrs J J MisB Bessie Major of Cadiz who has been visiting Mrs Chappell has returned hotr Henry R Lawrence of the Cadiz Telephone paid The Kentuckian a pleasant call Friday Mrs John J- - Gaines of Mont gomery is yisitingjrclatives in the city Denny P Smith a popular mem- ¬ ber of the Cadiz bar was in the city on professional business Fri ¬ day Rev JoeUIopson a popular Bap ¬ tist mjnister of Bainbridge was a visitor in the city yesterday Mr and Mrs Walter A Radford of Pembroke and their two bright little children were in the city yes ¬ now 1 Best GoodS Fairest Prices from aiiv shelf -mHi uvrof LtL iflhlr 4i wit aiurc we can CO lirtnn - 1 ¬ it ¬ ¬ Acre Are fFewr Examples ¬ 48c l C 250 a yflrd a11 W091 facy dress goods sb IOC ftO Vv 4LoO Jv AJKj IOC KP ad in--- v in Qp xtLFue - 1 J r 4 a QMIDT jl BARGAIN - order to introduce more widely the merits the Noxall Shirt -- Tobacco Beginning Tnesday Sell one April our 75c grades For 50 Cents yi Coax-a-loru- m DftlSllGS fiss partf siiu f up-to-da- te lWkall4ofGr9y THE DAILY -- hlllulmlvmicte fttfchWnr rrr ifl eon -- KENTUCKIAN 4 1 himk tiktj at g Emm