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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a v fi rn 3ffriSR f mjkj- f HI I HI Iin w vw m 7 t 1 4 HOPKINSVILLE EX TUESDAY MOMJM MAY 8 1898 PEIOE 2 GENTS and the telegraph companys agent and that pending a decision being arrived at the cables Were not per- Â¬ mitted to handle messages The second cable dispatch re- Â¬ ceived at the Colonial Office an eounced that the Spanish Governor General had refused to surrender t The message ended with the statement that the British Gover- Â¬ Phillipine Victory Not Yet Known nor of the Straits Settlements ex- Â¬ Cost of pected that the bombardment of Manila would be begun on Monday Washington morning when the Spaniards would cut the cable Admiral Dwey it was later V I learned thereupon gave notice that NO OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION RECEIVED FROM COMMODORE he would bombard the town the fol- Â¬ t lowing morninin unless it was sur Ml GREAT FEAR C IS FELT i the I Fit MAINE IS AVENGED 1861-eight-day- mission as lieutenant on April 19 after Fort Sump ter was fired upon and he was im- Â¬ mediately assigned to join the Mis- Â¬ s ARRANGEMENTS FOR at DEWEY UP TO 1 A M V t Washington May 3 1 a Up io the close of office jurs the only imformation received at the department of the brilliant ifory of Admiral Dewey was through the medium of the press dispatch- es 1W3 nor jqiown wnen auvices wm come as it is tnougnr tne Span Â¬ iards destroyed the electrical aparatus of the cable before surrendering In this event it will be necessary to send a report to Hong Kong which will delayHtie report Great anxiety is felt as to fatalities to Americans It is feared that the Spanish managed to inflict severe damages andthat Deweylost a considerable portion of his men If this be true he will be embarrassed in holding Manila There is talk of sending troops from San F ranciqco to assist in this work unless he can use the insurgents to garrison the city but it is more likely that the department willawaitthe official report The United States will retain at least one good port as a coaling station and basis of supplier Much uneasiness is felt at for eign headquarters The bombardment of the city will probably cause complications as 24hours warning may not have been given There is no talk yet of foreign intervention The reported loss of 550 Spaniards was not othcial The loss ot lite is not known inpecial Sagasta Tells the Queen f May rSpecial At the headquarters of the Cable com New York pany it is repoVtecLthat the cable iias been cut between Phillipine Official dispatches fr6m Madrid say that Cagasta has gone to the palace to announce to the Queen that the fortress of Cavite has been raized to the ground and the unfortified portions of Manila burned The Americans threw petrolemn bombs into the town and buildings not demolished weic set on fire and soon swept away The surrender of the city alone stopped the awful carnage M i If X Admirals Dewey lias taken possession and the formation of a national ministry is already being seriously discussed Deweytjwill follow up his gi eat victory with the complete subjection of the islands He has demanded the surrender of all Spanish vessels in the archipeligo under penalty of bombardment of the ports magazine vessel in the centre of the roadstead for the purpose of coaling One American vessel the name of which is not mentioned is dispatclieR Tlie first cablp dispatch an- - said to have been disabled nouncedithat the United States fleet Commodore Dewey requested the entered Manila harbor at daybreak British Consul E H Rawson-Walketoconvey a message to the Sunday morning stationing itself Skanish Governor General demand opposite the city A fort opened fire on the American ships whereupon ing the surrender of all the torpe- Â¬ they shifted their position to one does and guns at Mlfcntta and the near Cavite in Manila Bay en Â¬ possession of the cable officers say Â¬ gaging in a fierce light against both ing that unless these terms were complied with he would proceed to me iois Atfu tne opanisn ueer The engagement here lasted two bombard the city The first of the hoUr and resulted in the annihila- - cable messagesends with the state- Ltiou of the Spanishfleet hnent that the Spanish officials were This dispatch 4idds that the conferring with the British Consul r- Details of the Fight Washington D C May 2 The first details of thebattle of Manila came by fray ofLondpn in two ilis Americjrn ships withdrew to their sissippi and do duty with the West Gulf squadron He as on the Mis sissippi when she took part with Farraguts other vessels in forcing an entrance to the Mississippi river and again when the fleet ran the gauntlet of fire from the forts below Five Thousand Regulars Will Sail from Tarn- New Orleans in April 1862 and forced the surrender of that city DDewev was attached to the steam gunboatJAgawam of the North At- Â¬ lantic squadron and he took part m the two attacks made on Fort BATTERIES SERVED WITH AMMUNITION AND SOLDIERS HAVE Fisher in December 1864 and January 1865 In March 1865 he FULL CARTRIDGE BELTS I yuL ins commission as lieutenant rendered This threat was put into execu- Â¬ commander and as such served on tion this morning and the haughty the famous old Kearsarge and on New York May 2 A special to regimental officers have received Dons were speedily brought to the World from Tampa Fla says word to have their commands ready terms The bombardment beiran i A rumor is in circulation here to to move at a moments notice by our time about 1 oclock but the effect that 5000 troops and as this was very early in the morning It is known that the batteries many Cubans as the Cuban Junta by eastern time After a bombard- Â¬ can gather here will leave Tuesday have been served out with 300 ment of two hours the white Hag rounds each and all soldiers have night for Matanzas for the first in- Â¬ full cartridge belts was raised and a vessel was sent vasion of Cuba to Admiral Deweys ship to ar Â¬ Gen A W Greely Chief Signal The World correspondents infor range the details of the surrender mation says that an army officer Officer is expected here to day The damage done was terrific told him that he had seen an order An attempt was made last night The property loss is estimated at from the Secretary of War ordering to blow up the powder magazine of 56000000 and there is no correct the tfoops to move Tuesday night Kilight Wall This magazine estimate set as to the actual loss of Matanzas being their objective point contains a large store of powder life Transports are expected Tuesday gun shells and dynamite It is be- Â¬ Commodore Dewey in this light It is known that of the thirty lieved to have been work of agents had the advantage of not being days rations given out a few days of the Spanish government now at handicapped daily by instructions is being-- used and the work in this city from the department He sailed from Hongkong under orders that and being assigned to the steam He has been eighteen years at sea gave him absolute discretion and sloop Oneida where he served for and fifteen years on other duty when he left that city he was out of two years He commanded the Capt Daniel B Hodgson com- Â¬ the reach of Washington On his Marion and is now commanding manding the McCulloch is a native COMMODOUK DEWKT own intelligence the results would He was made a cap- Â¬ of New York In his thirty six of the the Olympia depend and he conducted the at- Â¬ the Colorado the flagship years service Capt Hodgson has European until 1868 tain in March 1897 tack as seemed to him best That whenMieMvassquadron Capt Nehemiah CM Dyer was spent twenty four years and four- Â¬ sent for service to the he has used his naval education to academy His first com- Â¬ born in Provincelown Mass in 18 teen months on Atlantic coast sta- Â¬ good advantage is appearant He naal mand was 1870 when he had the 39 In April 1862 he was appoint- Â¬ tions seven and a half years on has met the enemy and they are his doing special duty ed an acting mate in the navy He the lakes and two and a half years The Administration is highly grat Narragansett commander in April was made a lieutenant in the regu- Â¬ on the Pacific He became a fied at the result and pleased to lar army in 1868 and a few months 1872 and still on the Narragansett War Is Expensive know that he came out of it with- Â¬ of the Pacific until afterward several vessels in the out the loss of one of his ships al- Â¬ making surveys Washington May 2 Special and now has 187o when he was made a light- Â¬ last twenty years though it was to be expected that Both houses to day passed the charge of the Baltimore house inspector and later secretary he would lose some men and prob Â¬ Capt Joseph B Coghlan was born emergency bill appropriating 36 of the lighthouse board He com- Â¬ ably have many wounded There 000000 manded the Juniata in Asiatic in Kentucky and appointed from is talk to night of reviving the lank station in 1882 83 and the Septem- Â¬ Illinoes He graduated in 1863 in j Base Ball Reports of Vice Admiral and giving it to ber 1884 was made a captain- and He was executive officer of the Commodore Dewey He is the hero put in charge of the Dolphin oneof Pawnee in 1867 aiid on the steamer Special of the hour Baltimore 6 New York 4 Wash- Â¬ in 1868 He com the lour vessels which formed the frigate Guerriere ington 0 Boston7 Chicago 13 original White Squadron The mauds the Raleigh4 Louisville 7 Brooklyn 10 Phila Â¬ follow ing year he was sent to com- Â¬ Commander Benjamin P Lam DEWEY AND HIS CAPTAINS mand the flagship Pensacola on the berton the second ranking officer delphia 9 Pittsburg 3 Cincinnati 7 European squadron and he stayed of his class in the navy and at St Louis and Cleveland game stop- Â¬ The Hen Who Won the Victory there until 1888 when he became present commanding the Boston ped by rain in third inning stand Â¬ at Manila Are Old Fighters the chief of the bureau of equipment was born in1 Pennsylvania and ing 1 to 1 and recruiting with the rank of graduated from the naval academy For the first time since 1861 the Commodore George Dewey is an commodore This place he held in 1995 g navy who got until 1893 when he was made a Commander Asa Walker of the members of the Marine band at old warrior of his christening of fire aboard the member of the lighthouse board Concord has been in the naval ser- Â¬ Washington are doing regular duty as enlisted men at the marine bar- Â¬ old steam sloop Mississippi under He got his commission as commo- Â¬ vice since November 21 1862 on February 28 1896 and at Commander Oscar W Frenchott racks They have to do all the Farragut in the early days of the dore civil war CommodoreDewy is about the same time was made of the Monocacy was born in Tex Â¬ chores that usually fall to the lot of now about 60 years dlclt He be president ofjthe board of inspection as Heiias been fifteen years at the ordinary marine longs in Vermont and he was ap- Â¬ and survey This place he held sea and sixteen years on shore or It i held by the Secretary of the pointed to the naval academy from until he waS put in command of the special duty Interior that ander section 4716 of that state in September 1854 Four Asiatic station in January of this Commander Edward P Wood of V years later when he graduated he year He took the revised statutes service in the the Petrel is from Ohio was sent aboard the stdain frigate Capt Charles V Gridley was charge of the Petrel December 16 confederate army voluntarily done Wabash for a cruise inJuie Medi Â¬ born in Indiana and appointed 1806 and on July 12 1897 was is a bar to a pension under the act terranean Dewey got lTis com- - from Michigan graduating in 1863 raised to the grade of Commander of June 27 1890 CUBAS INVASION pa ToNight r 3HE I - i J k FIRST CLASS BATTLESHIP PELAYO HI 1m It 4- r - if AKMORED CRUISER GARLOS V Tbt OarlOa Yli fluanw ilael Mriuortd ocMiMrainl is ona of the befit itttiw Simiiiah mry nr JbiUiwpy oqudA of two iwoh HSw riuI flvo 11 i VCH- - Tho Polnyo is the only first olnsa buttlouhip ownod by tho Spaniards She Her displacement is 0000 tons and sMuirrlon a Is modern in every rospoot particularly heavy battory Sho Is howovor mora than 1000 tons smaller than tho Indiana and Iowa of onr navy and experts deolnro that sho would not be m match for either of them in a sen fight ARMORED CRUISER CARDENAL CISNEROS 6 nipkl fl gun TlMfHiw Owow DKrf0ctHaii wiihiH 810 twuntls coh the MpM re buui we at to fllUae twrtf to iwond jAote h niluut il lipi wiwiii lfiimiWliiiL n mmwmmmm wn ill I I Soaie of the Spanish Ships Coming This Way Jt - Tho Cardenal Olsuoros is an armorort orulsor of tho typo of tho ViKMya Sho would bo n dangerous antagonist for ivy ship hut could probably b dl posed of by olthor tho New York or Brooklyn of our navy Tho faot that afc Was six years In bolng built will possibly add to hor ofllolenoy oyer veweU tier oIum 1111 JUT 1 rfJ n - rtt w4 1 a sf ll jl111 - J JT1 r rr j 4 V mammmsmm u f jiijii ftjMgMpaMKtaxgiMJMii iin6iawmteiKi PERSONAL C1SS1P iMnmx 1 11 mil N rg Motidil lutlUhect every morula cltcept OKA X WBACXAK 318 y til ltl of tlelttcfed by tdrHera U ttll parte RrjM Royaler of IlopkhisvUls Â¬ the city at Kyj who is luigaged in the busi of well arfcV cistern cleaning is ness Mr stopping at tlfe Commercial 21 And UicNcw Wfnthw FOR The EexLttickian X Year Sewing Machine QNLY- - 21 wl li a m real im HH3JKB vij h U Jjf i Royaler makes a visit lo Spring I arm Sewing He is a clever gen SI 00 field annually Annum w glad tov- have Per 10 tleman and we ar6 MhmmMMMMMM Per Week Per Month him in oiir town again Sorinir With all tlio hitcat ABSTRACTS OF TITLE provements The first number of The Daily field Tenn Leader JB name may as Deweys Admiral pastor of Chech Ecv JoAn irtnnepcl ritrht since he Kentuckian made its appearance ii i Money fathH at 6 per cent Salem baptist church yfamong It is a neat Call it this morning of the hour Tho befit Mtlclijne for the on first claw real a is the hero hr folio full of local and foreign the visitors in the city Mulay least 1110110 over ntauufnot Du ic a term of 5 years C M Meacham isthe news Mr ured Miss Lula UanfofdXMAlfena u has managing editor and Mr Frank withfTiends in Now that Admiral Dewey villc spent Sunday Wo htire for utile Rome of the bert Asiatic Bell who is well known to the peo- Â¬ u finished the war on the the city 6tiildlng loU in lh citj and on teitM imf LVslU ruuuiit noise lose Lv1 we ought to make short work ple of this citv has charge of the side to suit purchtuerfl Prwefl ranging Miss Lula HoskinSjwho has niniploi durable city department which is a suffi of thein around Cuba from 20 to 13000 Tby art lomUfr been visiting Misses Jftrank and t Er il Mil 2TkP GenSamCarnes cient guarantee that the local news Lute Campbell left Monday for her in nerirly overy pKrt of tke dtjr W Gov Taylor and Every Machine wnrntnttKl a red hot in The Daily Kentuckian will be home at Lafayette ulao have for sale farms in frhto o4 7gy of Memphis are having 10 year fresh and Â¬ adjoining countieR These farm art 4 for the Presidential appointC D Bell of Sffi Station aCapl race owned by parliew who wish to mi Brigadier General f the The first number of the Ilopkins- Â¬ was in the city MondaJg- ment as A ISO Al nchino for for 21 vb ville Daily Kentuckian was out Bolow Jh a partial Ifat of tliem Tennessee State troops Mr Emmett Morrojwtfpt jQlarks-ville mid freight prepaid sparkled It was in the city Monday look Â¬ rTTwhtaieyrof New yesterdaylatest fairly news and with A Fine Farm near Kennedy at Tlli very the ing to the regie tobaceffijnterests 1 war the A has local field thoroughly covered The rI Cash must nccotnpnuy nl York formerly Mrs Belmont Well improved good land wallwa orders De Ridder4t of week Mr Stanislas torod and timbered 180a6rtMfl been dangerously ill for a Kentuckian is twenty years old pWpfthelcad sent by her friends last and stands among the best news 54O0 Price The llowers Â¬ QntcdStates for Description o the Improved New Mathews Machine week to cheer her sick room aggre papers of the state Its daily edi- Â¬ iiig buyers in the A Farm of 350 acres on Butter- Regie was in thefcity to attend This machine ib mimufncturod with tho view of supplying a Jbngfoll gated in value 25000 tion will be quite a feature of life in the tobacco sales lasMjvcek want to wit A Modern High arm first class Sewing Machine with all late milk Road Owensboro Messen- Â¬ the Cu- Â¬ Hopkinsville Williaml6nt to Mor improvements and of first class material and good workmanship including Emilo Nunez the noted Gen Dr M W coner ger the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of inBtruc Two thirds lii One timbor good ina ganfield on businessyjpiterday ban leader ia at Key West provomonts well watered 8J mill every machine r The Hopkinsville Kentuckian Clarence Giles ofaflllerhdon Was tibns accompaniesIOATIONSj rinfr with Admiral Sampson The -a HrKOll Liuin iuh city Dig uurguiu svhdiais5piirs2sJrQia selling on wheel iJ will take place came out yesterday in a brand new in -- Attaehp ents Are the famoiiH JilinRoila gBt invasion of Cuba J Prifcft the city yesterday5 1900 Tho Head 7s live and onohalt inches high Hi a tin box and consists of tnoker rufllor spring dress The Evening Times unci eight and one this week Inside Mr and Mrs Hugh Phelps of measurement Thishalf inches t long family fourhemmora binder quilter foot hemnier Farm of 106 acres onButler Road Is as high any andrellorundorhraldftr and sheerer oil can congratulates Brother Meacham and oil two crew not Bix spent Sfuulay with rel- Â¬ ninuuinu uiiiuuiiiiuormustcalled do roniounaeu of fleedloa thumb drlvemf gungebobbins papei so with the medium high arm ma screw The battleship Oregon and the for it demonstrates the fact that the Clarksville and bookoJ Three and one haf miles from the hlne The bead plate set Into or level wilh directions Â¬ Jafrfc tho tabic right kind of a paper can succeed atives in the city gunboat Marietta now at Rio go d orchard Tho Furniture Is woll mado highly pol city well improved The Needle Is straight self nctlng flat on lshcd aiid ologaut in appearance to sail even in these turbid war times Wooftjmdnfc to Eddy- Hon Hunter All these aud never failing water n neiro have been ordered ononldennd cannot ho set wrong machines will bo sent out Vi llle Monday on professional busi- - The Shuttle IB open on tho end cyllndor unless walnuts specified with oak furniture Each machine ha Price 760 and will reach Cuba just about the Clarksville Times a lock to the drawers and cover nice nickel hapo and absolutely self threading Â¬ ness A farm of 20 acres on same road right time to make themselves useTiielleorlngs Aroall steel well flttod and PlatO Iron rlllLH tn nil ilrnwprH All nmrhlii yH are well packed and orated Pickups at Qracey aajuaiuuie 8 milde from tho city well improv- Â¬ ful Messrs Walter Hailband Frank self thicadlng The machine Is BEAD OUK GUARANTEE ed A good poultry or market gar and no hole to put tho tluead through Gracey May 2 The city jail Rives attended courjbaEddyville except the eye of the needle Th Now Mathews Machine is warranted den farm in good neighborhood The Feed Is positive In action and has no ycais from date of purchase antL Jhlrty days The public no longer jes laffs has not yet been finished and there Monday 8imi iprlngs to got nut of order Price trial of it If perfrct and entile satisfaction 400 have so far been no arrest since the Automatlo Bobbin Will wind at the claim that The Kentuckian Miss Ruth Renn -- spent Sunday oohbln as smooth as onWinder of thread tho 1s notgtvtiitho machlnomay- bo reahipped to a spool tountruroxppn e and th- money paid uf Farm of 75 pi city of Gracey was incorporated acres on Qreenvilfe intends to give the news ahead donble lock stitch with relatives at Cerulian Springs onThoStltch Is and will not ravel Tho same will ba lefundod promptly both sides Can bo It has already Capt John Feland and W R big dailies Under this guarantee you run no risk what the or Road Miss Madie B r adshayfr on e of lengthened tho shortened from eight to thirty over in jutrcliaslngthc Now Mathews Machine tltches to inoh shown that the thing can be done Wicks were here yesterday TheTonslon Is a flat spring tension and ad- Von haethlrydnyBtrtal of it la your own Paducahs most populloung so justable to all sizes of thread Six miles from the cilj if on The should wish by actually doing it Rev I N Strother will attend ciety women is expectedfthis week Hand Wheel Is nloklo plated and has a home blidthe for8nv rca may yonshipped lo u bot placo in the neighborhood very to return ee machine It wheel attaohed to operate bobbin winder at our espenuc and tho money will bo re the Baptist Convention at Norfolk to visit Miss JumiieliKwhfree on iooso running machlno timber good water buildings orch- funded wthout The Movement Is tho celclirntpri rononkrlo Manila the capital of the Phil and Rev A W Meacham will All communications regarding the New ard and iu a fine state of repair movements posltivoin action nndfeworwork Mathews Machlno should bu addns ed to is a progressive preach for him next Sunday at South Virginia street Ing parts than any maoMno on tho market lipine Islands Price- 630 Â¬ wlieel hangs J A Tilford of Roarm CHAS M MEACHAM jrings onlhe Stand Haslaige htanco treadle IslarSa of 160000 people and its har- West Union- city two adjuatablo centcn The A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 and hangs in cono centers and all lott motion was in the city Monday bor is one of the best in the world can be taken up asters uudcrooli onl nn Hopkinsville Ky Will Hoseleys Condition acres near Elmo Messrs Ernest and ftToMUackson can bo easily moved A nieo dress guard over The city is situated on the western In making your remittance we prefer postoffice money order registere Twenty acres of timber the remain Will Moscley who has been of Casky came in Mondayjgbn bus- of Luzon Mr side of the island jaa etter express mouey ordes or Now York Exchange Individual checks un ing in high state of cultivation All dangerously ill of rheumatism at iness less certified to will not be received the buildings in good condition hisfather-in-lawSquir- e of Sunday the home of John Garnett of CaRkvMwas m The Kentuckian splendid neighborhood tyj rt scooped all other papers on the George Winfree at Casky is re- Â¬ the city Monday 1 Price 2200 ported in a very critical condition safe arrival of the Oregon at Kio Mr Virgil Garnett of Pembroke 100 acres 5 Miles From Gty on Janeiro It was delivered all over There is no change for the better spent Monday with friends in the Russellville Pike the city by 6 a m and was four and his physicians and friends are city of any other daily con- very apprehensive hours ahead Well improved 15 acres of timbor W A Reed of Casky was in near church and school taining the news Sent to Mr Latham town Monday Price 1800 A large frame containing photo- Â¬ Squire J S Hanbery of Churcnj The Spanish steamer Panama graphs of the 136 acres on Ducker Mill road individual members Hill was in the city yesterday ia captured by the little Mangrove is of the Latham Lin of htGiinrfla imc land 2 good Rev W H Vaughan and Esq Jl We have the largest and most complete stock of 65 acres baniBbottomwatered 15 acres worth 700000 one half of which been houses 2 well sent to Mr John C Latham F Dixon of Howell left yesterday will be given the Mangroves of- Â¬ J newest and latest styles and designs of furniture for the timber at New York for the Baptist Convention at Nora As there are but ficers and crew Price 1100 folk Va 5500 cash balance in one and2 few of them the fortunate ones will BRYAN A VOLUNTEER fa years at 6 per cent The best make a ten strike rm Mrs T W Blakcy and htm in the neighborhood daughter Sallie George leave this a large and well assorted stock of Besides these we have other farms The British Consul at Cienfucgos Offers to Fight Spain in Any morning for San Francisco Calj for sale and will take pleasure in Consul at wired the American to spend a month or more with Mrf f WALL PAPER PICTURE FRAMES ETC Capacity showing nuy of them to parties wish Kingston Jamaica to send a war- Â¬ g Blakeys parents ing to buy Surveys Plats andAb ship there to rescue American citi- Â¬ Washington May 2 William Bacon of Trentm BABY CARRIAGES of every style and finish from stractB of title furnished all puwshaa Mr P E zens whose lives are in danger Jennings Bryan has written a let ers Now is the timo to buy reaj was in the city yesterday on bufji estate the cheapest to the finest A ship at once gave the town a ter to President McKinley offering Wi i ness shelling but it is not said whether his service to the government in any Three tracts of coal Mr ToRpnh T1nK iliv i nrnmi DUR UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is full and of tho mines partially lands two the Americans were rescued or not position in which they may be use- Â¬ developed vA complete with two experienced embalmers Bailey Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest qualThe war was postponed a week to ful The letter is brief but cour- Â¬ nent Cerulean farmer wnv 1nr ity One tract contains 000 acre j I let them get out of Cuba and they teous and asks for any assignment terday one 175 acres one- - G5 acres Alt Waller and Wm N Ducker Prompt attention Mr A V iRutland of Empires ought to have done so last month the President may see fit to give within mile Illinois Central It It day and night him tos Will sell at bargains and on easy The President is a good deal visited the city yesterday terms Hero nro fortunes for the The first issue of The Daily Ken- Â¬ puzzled as to what he ought to do Mr J W Biggerstaff of lih an right men jP tuckian of Ilopkinsville has He does not wish to ignore Mr ville is here on business For sale or exchange a good pay reached our exchange table and it Bryans patriotic offer or decline vl Mrs Lee W Camnbell niul rhtfk ing hotel at tho famous Dawson w is a moet creditable sheet in make his services as that might seem un dren who have been spending me Springs Will sell at a bargain or up and matter It is an offshoot of gracious but there is none but mil winter with the family of Esci HOPKINSVILLE KY exchange for improved farming land the semi weekly of that name edi- Â¬ itary appointments in his gift and AlexCampbellwill leave this morn- Â¬ well located ted and publlshod by Chas M Mr Bryans experience and tastes ing for Excelsior Mo to join Mr For sale a good first clues board Meacham one of the best known do not run that way He might be Campbell iug houso at Dawson Hnrinira wm and most popular newspaper men nominated as a brigadier general sell on easy torms or exchange for Editor Barnes of the Todd We wish the new pa- Â¬ but if given such an appointment in the state good notes The owners business he compels him to residu olsotyhere per unlimited success Bowling would have to be placed over men County Times1 spent yesterday rn the city Green Times 00 acre ranch well improved near who are much better qualified by Esquire W B Brewer of Fair- San Diego Co Will oxclmngofor education and experience to com- Â¬ Until you have seen my new line of imported 35 property iu Christian county Ky It may be all right according to mand than he and of course the view attended court here yester day J the rules of war but turning the President could not offer him any William Robinson Aftf SPRING AND SUNTMER SUITINGS United States into an organization position It is probable Mr T W Buckner of T TmwliWc that in ac- Â¬ J t 7 of freebooters to capture and con- Â¬ knowledging Office Webber Street the receipt of Mr rVI WIHIMllt UUCIl UU11U SICK lOr I guarantee QUALITY j STYLE and WORKMAN- fiscate the private merchant ves- Â¬ Bryans offer the President will several weeks of fever arrived m Hopkinsville Ky sels of Spanish citizens is not ex Â¬ ask him to indicate SHIP the best that money can secure the capacity in the city yeSterdayto visit his par aawiMa ents Mraml Mrs S G Buckner actly what the people prefer tohave which he would prefer to serve done What we want our Navy tc SJ Mr OthfejgrtoreB has returned o do is to make warfare on combat- Â¬ The Charlie Campbell Case r-LouisvilleUter a pleasant isit tq ants and capture the armored ships T Circuit Court convened at Hender friends in the city and county 5T No U South Main- of ttc Spanish navy and keep them son yesterday Messr O H Anderson and Wi There are 28 dam vT VytS from doing damage to American age suits on the docket Among T Williamson have returned from property PA the number is the case of C N a pleasant and successful fishing JPiVthCrowder against Charlie Campbell trip on Pond1 river w Is lie Only All day long yesterday a crowd for 500 ff The case of the Common t Vout PHMr f Mr and Mrs Archie Iliggins surged about the bulletin boardb wealth against Campbell charged Mr Matilda Blythe RUNYON of The Kentuckian and eagerly VTith Its Owb Staff Corraipoiidenl Misses Allic with shooting and at all PoinUi of Interest read the news from Admiral Dew der will also be wounding Crow- Â¬ Blythe and Gertie Lindsay antl llioiimnonHoF- J called at this term y Messrs iiarry Blytlie and Harrjv eys splendid victory As the news Mr Sylverter Seoul Mr 3 LeDKeucher have returned from a Crew better and better the en Â¬ Harry Buckner Improving pleasant fishing excursion on Buclc-nerthusiasm increased and many VK Mr Harry Buckners many mQP At Wellingto- nbranch where they en joyed praiBe were heard about friends in this city and throughout days in camp the gallant Vcrmonter who crave the country will be glad to learn several At New York T the Dons a severe drubbintr and that he is rapidly Mr and Mrs Harry Weil of We Solicit the Mr Morton Wdw recovering from Patronage of All Who Have Tobici To Sell captured the Pbillipine Islands the serious injury lie suffered last Shrcveport LrM vrc visiting Myh 0 With its characteristic enterprise week from the kick of vu m oTi if m jrtp S K Hart on 7th Str They are JPre StrMse 4oSIilyiri a horse He True Kentuckian to day presents is resting i THE POSf --jJWATCH quietly at his home near on their weddii ririn iv t readers with a portrait and Avanpir c - Made f on i -v civ iim win up put s wWK in airatn Mr Sitf of Cincianafi tm n lu oeata a woe to iwvta dya H -7 sketcli of the vicloriuu l r snnMlCJtEPTlOJrRATJW Turks Months t jmmm idem lln iieli KTATE As ACEMT IM six-col-itf- nn Wi crisp--Indepen- dent y Til 1 W Â¬ r 43 JK rrF iipy Â¬ Up Â¬ t 1 Â¬ Â¬ urniture Furniture V I iar sfe2t3- oSA3dei Â¬ Â¬ e Â¬ Kitchen Waller smmmmmmmmiimmmmmmma Dont Do a Thing S E z 2 12 B J L Tobitl Tailor 3 W HffiWl p J tftuuuuuuuuuummiuuuuutuiuiurc THEMT KENDROK -s G entralTobaccoWareliojise T IK - y Admiral tfr mwn I - CtV-l- -- -- - tM - uasn Jl ii -- I- - W 3BND KICK MrtVtwSw fcT n IrttSwrfV Oopru Sma n -- gigJ-iii rT JR rrlfiV dnWil atak jp- i i l iMitrfgia Jin T t 1 li VMsemu 8 cif- n iirMnrnmn mmmmmmm v atnumid-imri-rv- r JT - r I1 MANILA HAS CAPITULATES M - METCALFES ENTERPRISE r m Sabbath Days Work in the Philli ar pine Islands v n rjfi- V SSi jLry jJS J CAPITAL OF TRerHILLIPINES Ctootl ricwsw Os CAPTURED AND OCCUPIED VtttrcUiys Wehinsrtom D o aconflagration on board the Cas tillo and shortly afterwards she May 2 --THc was almost abandoned etf - American fleet under fcdmmodore By the Way of Spain JDewkttacked the Spanish fleet in 6a m Madrid May 2 Ad the WboVdf Manilla yesterday lifwfcllGstroi3etl it The fact vices from Manilla say that the that all thd news of the battlp is American squadron under Commo- Â¬ off4 the bay coming frpm Spanish souiccft indi dore Dewey appeared of Manila at 5 ocloclcSunday morn Â¬ cateuthattheSpanlsli are still In poesiou of Manilla and cables ing and opened a strong cannonade but When Spanish reports admittho against the Spanish squadron and to Fort Smith Mr Metcalfe is one of Hbnkins- destruction Of three of the largest forts protecting the harbor RnniifiitBTilnitaiuUthe sinkinir of The Spanish second class cruiser villes most substantial and popular OfHry goods goods ladies muslin and underwear cor- Â¬ that sefeialberitiiiain almost the Don urn Austria was severely- young men and his enterprises here and her commander kill- have to ifaApieSmtmt amount contributed no little to the up Â¬ sets ladies and shoes and hosiery in fact everytSiing Spanish vessel was u- building of this city The Ken- Alio oyauinii ailUHUlJlUOlI ourneu that is needed to make your toilet a grand success and ship Maria Christina and the ar-Â¬ The American squadron retired tuckian is glad to state that Mr Â¬ mored cruiser Castilla were burned having also sustained severe dam- Metcalfe will not remove his family prices considerably smaller other stores from this city but will remain and the cruiser Don Juan de Austria age second The naval engagement fol- Â¬ was bloyrnnipj Several other Span lowed iu which the American anchored to his extensive interests asking for the same goods ish shipivereibadly damaged squadron again suffered consider liere Owing- to the information obtained able loss and the Spanish war Â¬ ships Mindano and Ullao were Bishop Dudleys Visit r by a steamer which followed the - t1 SJnniiiahflfipf fuplVri hntiffl in ltd Bishop Thomas U Dudley deliv-Â¬ During this engagement Cavite westvard course from the Cape Ports maintained a steadier and ered a characteristically eloquent Terdellaland the War Department stronger lire upon the American sermon at Grace Episcopal church squadron tnan in the hrst engage- - Sunday morning to a large Calicoes Mens Pants Lace Curtains Jias changed its plansfor the invas Â¬ ment congre now be Attention will ion bCCuba 81c Mens Btriped Cotton Pants worth gation a class was confirmed at Beautiful calicoes M The new net curtain with dainty Spanish Offical Report the conclusion of the Bishops ser- Â¬ Indigo Blues 4c Hirecled to the approaching enemy 50c for We show 38c border is a favorite now 6a m Madrid May 2 a Only a small force will be landed 4o Mend and Boys Joans Pants for 50c more than fifty patterns of curtainB The mon In the afternoon the Bishop Lovely Lawns IR Vin Cuba for the present and this following official telegram from the preached to the congregation of the Fancy Percales 5c Look at this range of prices i r Mens Underwear osc of opening coni- - Governor of the Philippine Islands colored Episcopal church and was Good yd wide Percales bnlyv for theputn 7c 49c 75c 98c 99c 125 185 100 to Gen Corro minister of war has heard with the deepest 10c Egyptian Balbriggan worth 75o a raumcatiOn with the insurgents interest by Sea Islands the best 800 150 175 189150195198 arrived 50c 220 225 248 275 295 298 895 suit for vASiP9 telegram haj been re Saturday night April 30 the bat Â¬ many people A class of seven was Goods Dress f tceifedifrom Manila giving some of teries at the entrance to the port confirmed there Bishop Dudley We havo the most beautiful line of Extra Fancy French Balbriggan 898 and 475 a pair for 50c a garment or a suit for 98c theetaiis In thisdispatch it is announced the arrival of the ene- Â¬ remained in the city yesterday the Ladies Dress Goods that ever was exAsk to see them Poles FilEE stafcfljthat the warship which was mys squadron which was forcing guest of Rev Carter hibited before in Hopkinsville Our a passage under the obscurities of Big Rush Sale Mens Night Shirts bujhiscHvas thqRclna Maria Chris night strongest fortification To see them At daybreak the enemy Colored Baptists Made of good muslinwith embroidOf Mens and Boys Spring Clothing tin a4the flagship of Admiral Mon took position- opening a strong fire to admire them We have bought The colored Baptists of the ered collar and cuffs embroiderIf you want a bargain in your suit tejpNp reason is given as to how against the fort at Cavite and the them iu patterns and wo havo marked uasicy vicinity are preparing to ed box plated front pearl buttons look at theBo prices and como in and theship caught fire but it is gener arsenal them down so low that they are in the encajred the enemy and a good length 50c iet us show you through our Big rallythought thatia nhell from one of in aOur fleet combat protected by erect a handsome and substantial roach of all brilliant Mens Fancy Shirts in stiff or soft Clothing department cause the forts at Cavite and Manila and frame church Work will begin at the American vessels wasthe Kid Gloves 50c Mens Suits worth 500 for bosom The burning Of the flagship made obliged the enemy with heavy loss once A large fund has been rais Â¬ 300 Wohpndlo tho celebrated liuo of MonB pleated bsom tho latest to change their position andmaneu ed for the building of the new house it necessary for the admiral to Shoes and Slippers of worship repeatedly Co wYiieh are tho Foster Paul stylo and effect 75c trapsfer his flag and he went on ver At 8 oclock the American squad- Â¬ Our big silo of Ladies Misses best manufactured Others that aro simple beautiful 100 joard the Isla de Cuba whence he ron took refuge behind the foreign Go to the Dead Letter Office 125 Our 150 gloves we sell at Childrens Mens and Boys Shoes of his merchant shipping on the east side Pdirected the operations Orders have been issued to post- Our 125 Gloves at Domestic 100 aud Slippers for this Bpring will bo of the bay Sduadron The Marfa Christina v Our fleet considering the su- Â¬ masters to forward all letters ad- Our 100 Gloves which defy compethe grandest wo have ever had the Browu hnnvy unbleached a good was not the only vessel that was periority of the enemy naturally dressed to Spain to the dead letter 90c family Domestic tition we sell at 5c chance of showing in this city before destroyef by lire A shell caused suffered severe loss The Maria office 10 4 Browu Sheeting We have all tho latest shades 12ic Como iu and let us show you through and dye works and publisher of the Of all thats stylish and dependable in Mens Independent has begun the erection suits in Boys find Childrensdothinp in hats of a handsome building at Fort 206 to 208 S Main Smith Ark It is Mr Metcalfes in shoes in furnishing goodsm qualities tliatt 206 to 208 S Main purpose to establish a steam law cannot be surpassed in variety great enough to suit all tastes prices that make dry in llusgrowing Arkansas city v to be conducted on the lines which shopping easy and profitable to you at the old reliable have made his institution here one of the largest rtnd most successful in the South He has made several visits to Fort Smith and is satisfied that the field is open for a first class laundry Mr Metcalfe perfected his arrangements quietly and is i now reaay to carry out his plans no recently went to Chicago and Cincinnati where he purchased a first class plant all of his ma- Â¬ chinery being fresh from the fac- Â¬ tories This will be shipped direct Erecting a Building For a Large Laundry at Port Smith Mr T I Metcalfe proprietor of the Hoplcinsvllle Steam Laundry Moa yons Big Grand Exposition Mo ay ous Big Store Store i JNO MOA YON dress shirts I A Magnificent Showing i gSi childrens knit s at than are - -- NOTE EACH OF THEM Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A few of the An Aged Colored Woman ft manv brands wo Dinah McComb an aged and re- Â¬ handle are Graveleys Diamond While we are in war remember that we are waging war on high prices and Wednesday Set for the Armys spected colored woman died of a Paris Medal Boot Jack On the Every department is complete hemorrhage at her home on 10th SquareNATURAL LEAFTWIST that yoii can save money by calling on us o5Departure for Cuba Kentucky Diamond Greenville street Sunday night The body Gold Wedge i Sweet Girl Battle was buried at the colored cemetery Ax Star Let Er Go Diamond Tampa MtLryJ2 The second Natural Leaf Old Dominion and Stindky inrTampa8camphas been yesterday various others when you want you great activity Itjias been of of tobacco call and see what we have War Risks iicially announced that the date for and the way we keep it Following telegram received the departure of the invading army W T COOPER CO The risk of military service in from Tampa has been set and that We are iroihtr to rornim novf the day is Wednesday next The the existing war with Spain will not effect the Accumulation Policy week sonic very fine A grade officer Ifcok ufon tnis information Clarksville- fpr rather Brackett of the New York Life It will front is certain and the men think drily buggies kCpme and see them whattheir officers think Every Â¬ therefore continue to issue policies ForEYCo thing now looks like an early de- Â¬ absolutely free of all conditions to No 108 Main - J parture ind all preparations for good citizens whether members of To flip Boys All dny ahe National Guard or not suchjhave been completed If your girl has gone back on you iongtrajn after train has arrived- WAtfrERjft Apply to call at Breslin s Kandy Kitchen Garnett Co Agts bringing- troops from and yj W FGarnettS E Trice Jr and get a box of all sectuTns The Tenth Infantry candy Guaranteed to make it O K arrived this morning and went in Uncle Sams Prizes Up to Date camp and was followed two hours Buena Ventura value an Ice 300000 DONT DONT J later by the First from San Fran- - Pedro value Cream Froo- 150000 zer or Water Cooler until vou have cisco506 strong The artillery Matliilde value 15000 examined and found ihe ones at iV- 1iWwnc nfronfrtinivl hv llf ar- - Miguel Jovcr value ri 00000 COOPER COS ftSSSKKWW-1- -j5 rival of batteries from the Second - JCatalina value 35000 Jfand Fourth from the Third Call on J B Foley fcCp Â¬ 425000 thing in the vehicle jihe for any Saturnina value They Candida value 700ft have a large stock at No 108 Main WITHIN A FEW DAYS 12100 street Opera House block Sofia value V 10000 Saco value Wild Goose Linimentisthe stand Â¬ V r wrut USUIUIISI1 U ii U IIIK UUVCI UIUCUL Will 500000 ard i remedy fbi rheumatism- and Panama value A BHse of Supplies in tCuba Ambrozio Bolivar value 100000 neuralgia 25 cents perbottle It will pay the farmers to see these machines before placing their orders as there is no 500000 NVahinjft6n May 3uIf thegov- - Guido value machine on the market as wellvadapted to their needs as 10000 ITS MELLOW ernincnt nas abandoned for the Sloop Engracia present its intention to occunv a We have the only solid frame harvester on the market and the only machine that raises mond Buttale or PomconarFlakes 3464000 Only 10 cents for paclcages at and lowers fronUhe scat and the only Total Cubaji port witltf afprcp of 5000 conclave Steele bull wheel and the only truck that goes r COOPER COS has - yeen wmjuy on without bolts t AChnnise rpr can 9ncenieu so nirARfit- ue learned Lxl J 1 hammers etc etc for l f Edgar Cay ce who has been jiiniq il iwtiwpiMioii r c Mr ine uenarture D Mr for Of tte expedition tmswcck hrusffinot lhasociated with Honper Bros than the cheapest at COOPERS years has accepted a posi- Â¬ ucbu lUMwoniinueu ami wupin aicw several IN THE- Moador Our line of surries cant be beat dVthe1propcKjetrbase of supplies tion with Thompson wl Kb tetr6iurrr cktablisbnfl nnmo Where he will be glad to see all his for the money weask you fof them J BiFousYcSfCo feii friends andiCUstomcrs i tle Cuban coast perfectly familiar Jice office iniMfrjiyons Blocl itWn tui iame short time it js XI JLJJLI i with the wallpaper window shade next to Rawlins and Cos for rent bcteditlsothat the armies of the to Moayon a store nirgentu wdlbe provide with w and picture moulding business hav Apply i We have the only perfect foot lift and chain drive on themar iai rtuni juiu mnu ing acquired a thorough knowledge ill1 whIte nt ftioa xn kct There are many other features about both machines that 1HC iwsseIed of same while with Hopper JJros igjjeitt Bay to his friends WASH SCRUB BLACKING pr would pl Hie j ar And he interest you by examining same I ant located on Ninth street between Main and Vir I NKwimyujmi i iiiir Mi it tilland the pitiblic if enerally that he CLOTHS and at prices lower than youa iruviui uib imaim CO ginia COOPICR Hopkinsville Ky and will be glad to show you through these machines and serve you Ml the largest best the lowest WT at hi disiTo te arauousMyoric of preriaHhir a tu Yours Kcspec fully fi i Cooks for accuracy purity and all times wv orsi expeuitKin wLubit jui as6red and chejpeft stock of promptnffls in prescriptions goodsdii Uf0 city frryinjf out other measured at i f nir a state of war - has made it IjCrh French candies atBreHn PorSaU ary to coiwKierthimmi ni OwJifii Jntfftn Headtiche Powder prpiBeaejjMBMw tncueak fojr 4okh for 10 cent j v wawKiP TROOPS RUSH TO TAflPA Tobacco y - - VJtU Jno Moayon The Milwaukee - - Coax-a-loru- m so - - - - - Has Come To Stay nJ t 1 rj - With a full stools of Machines and extras The Milwaukee s tei Is tpifin7--helftc- - i - m MILWAUKEE ffl AWE if J vsii vuffii tsf Br tisli es - hs KB - TT T y ssastf in p ii - aii GIPP WAXKINS Y b i mii ft mi i mm m ft WAS A BUSY DAY fmporUnt Orders in the Coun ty Court Yesterday Several Road Overseers were License Ornt ed Real Estate Transfers i Yesterday was a busy day in the Sounty Judges and Clerics oii ns is eviaencuu uj I folUAVcd if rJ s u creating entries the order book In the matter of the new puwic road from the l aimyra iuuv c foell Station J T Stegar was ie- H fmoved as one of the Commissioners slm hoi nf ineluribleon account of RS P having signed the petition T AS Cheatham was substituted account of Gary being unable on 86 physical infirmity to serve in the - iyvj nr n fnmmissioner G W was appoinicu m fcW SaYellsOverseers Appointed yla W u nrp mndebv the Court appointing the following road over- Â¬ to 11 seers L L Jenkins Madisonville and Cadiz road from L T Morel ands T i- Miimliprof - in on the pages ui i -- cially the horthcrft portion There are hundreds of acres of these ce Â¬ dar lands upon Which their owners arc paying taxes and reaping no xnesc ianuh revenue in return regarded as worse than have been useless by many people But there is always a demand for cedar posts and poles and all cedar lumber The fence posts can be sold to rail Â¬ roads as well as to individuals The taller trees can always be disposed of to telephone and tele- Â¬ graph companies in fact there is practically no limit to the uses to which cedar can be put and Mr Grecjis case demostrates that the man is fortunate rather than oth Â¬ erwise who own a groVe of cedars LEFT FOR HENDERSON Van Tassell Companys Props At- Â¬ with profit by Vfthny other Chriun county espe- Â¬ farnieifi SYSTEMISEXTENDED with ftawson SftUlngs tind Intevme- diate points by telephone tached But Subsequently Released - 4 ni -- Leake manager of the Guthrie of 57 to secure tiftongate J B Opera houseCampbell a debt for to AVilliam attorney Poof Princeton road to the Cald- - Mr G F Leake consented to the release of nvcll county line W S Cheatham of the props and left with the com- Â¬ Millers Mill road from Cheatman s pany for Henderson where he ex- Â¬ m gate to the Palmyra pike pects to make his money from the vm No Commissioners Saje weeks business Just as Tub Kentuckian pre- Â¬ The Company as a whole is far dicted there were no Commissio- Â¬ average in point of dra- Â¬ Neither Ho- - above the ners sales yesterday matic meritMiss Van Tassele the tel Latham nor any other property leading lady and Mr Stuart being in the hands of the late Master particularly strong in their respec- Â¬ iFvSy Commissioner was disposed of All tive repertoire rules business in the Commissioners They made many friends in this office will go over to the June term city during their brief engagement of the Circuit Court by which time which is guaranteed that a return ijudgc Cook will have appointed the date would not be so disastrous i successor of Judge Morrow MOSE ELB BUYS IT Liquor License Granted Walter Mcintosh was granted merchants license to retail liquors The Buckner Livery Stable Was Sold Again Yesterday atTannington in quantities of not The Cora Van Tassell Company which played a three nights en gagement to a very poor business left yesterday morning at vwu oclock for Henderson where they will play a weeks engagement The effects of the company were at tached here by Mrs Vernon D Vouthful RunaWHy Claude Stiles and Mltfo Bryant a Telephone Cm tlatighter of ex Assessor John A Dawson Springs Bryant ran pany Ambitious V were marriedaway to Tennessee ahd Thursday evening f scarcely more than The grooyi is seventeen years of age while the Line Completed To Cerulean Lvfa bride is less than fifteen j riaccdonia Balnbrldg It js said the father of the groom accompanied thecouplcon their run Â¬ i and Clardy away trip Mr and Mrs Stiles have returned to the Plurrt Springs The Dawson Springs Telephone vicinity and will ieslde there Bow Â¬ Hop Â¬ Compariy composd chiefly capitaliHtaO fast ling Green Times kins county growing inlo a system oponsider Twin 0 Iris Va able importance The wife of Mr John C Davisa A few weeks ago the main line a few miles prominent citizen from Dawson to MadisbnVllle was of the city presentedhimwith completed and put in operation north The service is thoroughly efficient twin girls yesterday niorning and satisfactory and the investment With twin girls and the great promised so well that the projectors American victory at Manila Mr felt justified in extending the sys Â¬ Davis cud of haooiness is full to Accordingly overflowing tem in thisdirectiom a line has been constructed to Ceru- Â¬ First Tobacco Planted lean Springs by way oftBainbridge Macedonia and Clardy This line i Mr John Fields the tenant on was completed last veekvand also a Mr Gordon Nelson s tarm near line from f Cerulean toJCobb five Crofton enjoys the honor of being The Wires are all the first man in Christian county to miles beyond up and yesterday putHKhto opera- - plant his tobacco crop His plants tlOn yyr were large and strong and his land It is not improbable that the com- Â¬ He will be in excellent condition pany will decide to extend the sys- Â¬ tem still further and that nopkins- - on the market with his new crop v vvuuuiuuvauuji early kv Viiiu J w- A SHIRT r aaw - a BARGAIN kMl 1 Jfcfatf -- widely the Imerits of the in order to introduce more tmBbM yj Vr f3 j 14JIBMKffiLft4 Noxaii -- Shitk - WE WILL K H jH Beginning Wesday April 12 i Sell one of our 75c grades 1 ul For 50 Cents looks It lias ONLY TWO tnmntnntnmn ft is a round thread while with small blue checks like a piece of linen cloth and will wear like leather been our best 75c shirt for several years TO A m CUSTOMER vviH mwrcwV i X A r k vi - u d rv U is in wom IcHNtUan a c nr Uane North of HopkinsvilleSoO W P Winfree agent and trustee Safety Vault to Fidelity Trust Company trustee for Matty B Wil- Â¬ kinson late Tucker house and lot on 9th street 7200 - At the recent sale of real estate property belonging to the estate of jgA D Dorricourt to Winfree Knight house and lot near Woods the late L L Buckner the brick livery stable property at the corner mill 275 of Virginia and Tenth streets was Reinhold Schamp and wife to to Mr S G Buckner for Sharp tract of land one mile sold 3420 J quart Real Estate Transfers s wp --i y H- - CT SZ gpT p j H J rr a T3TJT1P on ag 0 3ong m T3 O 4 -- Q jTj Qj s - g J FREE FREE CUBA We are nnxiois to increase our tiade and are will- Â¬ ing to share our profits with our customers and to ac- Â¬ It was not known at the time who Mr Buckner was representing but it has since developed that he was bidding for the heirs and bought jttr the property in for them Yesterday Mr Buckner sold the B F Reynolds and M J Brown property to Mr Moses L Elb pri- Â¬ tract- of land vately and the papers were all to D C Reynolds 400 on Tradewater drawn up Mr Elb will continue to rent the Mose Elb and wife to White lot itt Moayon woods addition to city stable to its presenttenants Messrs 100 Quarles and Tribble having pur K chased it as an investment simply Collect Delinquent Taxes Mr Watterson Brasher has ac Â¬ appointed by the court a deputy to cepted a position with the Hopkins assist in the collection of delinquent ville Steam Laundry and began taxes work yesterday He is a sprightly and capable young man and will CEDAR POSTS be a valuable acquisition to Mr Metcalfes force On motion of Delinquent Tax co- Â¬ llector J J Allen W B Denton was - e aa v0 P II S complish this hereafter we propose to vfc ty J - GIVE COUPONS J WiTH EACH PURCHASE o u j JJ I1 tfP Accepts a Position El- - fek M ctT ct jSijL nl v in It E in 30000 John R to the amount of the purchase either it be ten cents or one hundred dollars These coupons when received by the customer and amount aggregates to 20 or more will be exchanged by us for the 2k-- JJ Greens Contract With I HEiE o-- AND THERE The t1 W C R R Co D There are only five of thcsoldiers of the war of 1812 now living fc I r 1 J Wgf S is- - S jeE3 - p Z- Tp s CUSTOMERS CHOICE OF A Of a large variety of J Antique finish Oak Furniture Will Furnish the Posts From His Farm Near This City Demand For Cedar Mr John R Green has just closed a contract with the Illinois Central Railroad Company whereby he agrees to furnish them 30000 cedar Y9 posts delivered at their track on his farm five miles from this city The terms of the contract are not known but it isbelieved that Mr Green will triake not less than 5- 000 by thp deal Mr Green has on his farm a large ijfrovc ol cedars which have been practically worthless for years is killed while fighting on a battleship the body is immediately pitched overboard Church Hill Grange will hold its 24th annual stock sale at their pens Friday May 13th There will also be a horse show on the same day at 1 oclock p m all horsemen are cordially invited to bring their horses and exhibit them Mr John C Duffy uuited with the Baptist church by letter from LoÂ¬ When a person - a re R 53S S w T4 1m St d -- c S IrS o P g o iiai r f w sn Consisting of rocking chairs book case writing ask table hall rack medicine chest etc For more particular description of the presents call at our store and see them and we will explain how to obtain them free of charge and provide an opportunity to beautify and enrich your home absolutely a f 1 r t1 1 Tl crq g en g ST er W r FREE OF CHARGE The intelligent public are quick in coming to concluf sions They already know we undersell all cppipeti- tors and have no old cheap worn goods Yours Truly Thevjand upon which they grow is barren and rocky and could not be utilized This contract affords a happy solution of a problem which V has worried the popular farmer no little He will begin at once to cut and prepare the posts for delivery lie Unexpected to deliver from three to thousand per month until the tire munber ajrrwd upon in the leotttrTct is taken uplThe Railroad CoWmny will use these pptH to fttuci In Utah roaditd h the law t fc cust Groe Sunday night Milton Gant Jr agent for the American Express Company in this city issick at the home of his par- Â¬ ents in Owensboro where he has been visiting Five young converts united with the Christian church Sunday night at the conclusion of Rev Smiths eloquent sermon Mr J C Wooldridge who is very ill at hlH home on South Main street was reported no better at a late ML S rfj RICHARDS SSES h- W AM hour last night Fugate a wealthy citizen - trumiiraa s y uv urttii p fUi readers with Up tawpl wijfMt I to of Adairville has purchased a val- Â¬ uable lot at Trenton and is build Â¬ ing a 3500 dwelling Ha will re move to Todd county with his family akan early date j IJ JJimKilfyii tkuji utiu duiifcj V VVEW VTJfjiLL 3 THE 0 Jg DAILY iWHig n KENTUCKIAN y ueuverea m y UUUUUUiUpUUUUUiU i fcfejJWfclnWUli On ijfcj 10 Cents ii Wee yam aoor l - T t aji i wi vor trait and LongWt rt iifjTr fWjceK U AJmlwel r- - 5tjl aVj Mj s - mmC s ftHftcJ uLlAivASijL ly Itttllin j jtitntotidL Htl If if fc amjjki