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T Daily jEntuchiaa Wfcw i ITfliiiwiiiiilii rr L- - HOPKINSVILLE KY WEDNESDAY M0ENING- - MAT 4 1898 PRICE 2 GENTS PLUCKY CHRISTINA -- 1 tW1 WORD FROM kV f B SECRETARY LONG SHE HAS QUALIFIED Successor oifDr Hauscr Enters Upon Her Duties Board of Asylum Commissioners Held an Interesting Session The Head of tlie Nnval Depart- nient Wants Credit J THE PHILLIPINE HERO Spanish Qucen Regent Still Full V of Fight r WHO WILL IT BE The Master Commissioner Will Be Appointed Saturday Quartette of Candidates Each Hopeful of Success Suspense Will Soon Be Over nA nAnflffitipiif Ifimwc Nrtiliifiir ftffifiallv VrV IT Mwcya vvP m Wheeled and shafter UI PRESIDENT nuiuij will be appointed TO DAY 4 MAJOR GENERALS While filled with graUficallon that lie made no attempt to conceal Secretary Long received theyxlc taildd information of the engage Â¬ ment on Sunday very coolly With Â¬ out shbwing the least dispositiomto detract from the glory thaifliad b6eiiwon by DeWey and his Gap tainsthe Secretary naturallyffelt that iibsmall share of the vicumy should be charged directly to forces BY in the Department which lindi sq carefiillv and nainstakinylv laid the j t plans for Deweys campaign t ra- Yesterday There was an Important meeting of the Board of Asylum Commi- Â¬ ssioners of the Western Asylum yes Â¬ terday and business of considerable interest aside trom the regu- Â¬ - f a May 3 The Spanish cabinet according to a special dis- Â¬ patch from Madrid to the Evening News sat for four hours and only discussed the Manila disaster The discussion it- is added showed the Spanish ministers are now fully aroused i and will exhaust their resources in defenseof the national honor After the cabinet council the Madrid dispatch i to the Evening News continues Gen Correa the minister for the war and Admiral London - 1v lar routine was transacted Dr SW-T1-- uGiniWoodford may Lead invaaing Army V vr H mrKisn uovcrnmeni Cora E Brown the newly appoint Â¬ ed lady physician who succeeds Is Heutral r Heavy Firing Off the New Foundland Coast ft f vf- c- r Special The day and night have Washington May 4 1 a m packed without any word from Manila and the authorities do not now expect to hear any particular of the battle until Commodore Deweys dispatch boat reaches Hong Kong If this boat was started promptly ittfughtfto be there now ina few hours Great anxiety is still felt as to iitwmouht of damage done to the American fleet and particularly as to 4he loss of life on the American side Not a word has been received on xthat subject The cabinet is still talking of sending troopsyto Manila to hold the Islands If Dewey asks it they will be sent from San Francisco atonce Adj Gen Corbin has had a conference with the President about the -- appointment of Major Generals and Brigadier Generals fSSen W R Shafter Gen Jos Wheeler arid Gen Fitzhugh Lee will be appointed to day Gen Woodford will probably be designated to lead the army in Cuba It is fitrtherprobablethat the Brigadier generals will alb be taken v f romthe Colqnels in the regular army f- W -- f Firing Heard Near Trepassey Special The telegraph operators atTrepassey Vashington May 3 arid Cape Race confirm the reports of heavy firing in the by south of Rnfiirdav riiirht The fiririff lasted ten or fifteen minutes Two Saturday afternoon a large steamer was seen in the offing believed tbbe a warship aTurkey Will Hands off d A Special The Turkish Govern- Constantinople Turkey May 3 menthas notified the United States Minister that Turkey will remain neiitral during the war between Spain and the United States -- v- v - tSU f Uioc Vn1tintorr4 Went of elapse before all is in readiness It iV15 is believed that the force will be lire hlssissippi May Be Sent made up of 3000 fnfantry 1000 vicavalry and 10 batteries of artil- Â¬ According to Colonel W J Volk lery in alljlose to 5000 men Only riuih Adjutant General department one regiment of cavalry the Ninth olthe Colorado the volunteers is now in camp at Tampa but the raised in the states Vestof the Mis Â¬ Tenth now at Chickamauga will souri will probably be sent across it is believed be brought there to riitfncific Ocean to hold the Phil Â¬ fill out the quota ippine Islands It will be neces- Â¬ said KLONDIKE RECRUITS sary to hold the islands a Colonel Volkmar while the war is being prosecuted in other directions Gold Hunters Quit Digging to and what would be more natural Fight Spain than for the troops recruited in the iWest to be placed aboard trans--port- a Victoria B 0 May- - 3 The in the harbor of San Francis- Â¬ steamer Islander returned from co and sent tp occupy the important Alaska this morning with ninety posts in the Philippine Islands passengers many ofvhom are here The Government may dicker with to enlist in the army jShe brings Japan as to the future ownership news that at Skaguay the sole topic of theslands- but in the meantime of conversation is the war and no the territory must be sepurelyvheld sooner did the steamer enter the H Ink joins victory is far reaching in its harbor than she was surrounded ffl fXl4t ji - fM TO THE PHILIPPINES in the way of gathering ammunition and supplies and several days must Dr Katherine Hauser presented her commission and qualified She enters at once upon the duties of her responsible position The board decided upon the con- Â¬ struction of an ice plant and a cold Storage house The ice plant it is said can be operated much cheaper than the amount it costs the asylum to buy ice They already have the power and the only additionial machinery necessary will be the freezing aparatus The cold storagewill also prove a great saving to the State In- Â¬ BECRKTAHr LONO QUEEN REGENT MARIA CHRISTINA After speaking in terms of the stead of feeding cattle and hogs for cost they can be highest commendation of the- - Com weeks at a great Bermejo the minister of marine modores work Secretary Xnng butchered and the meat preserved made a report to the queen regent fresh as long as may be desired said The latter it appears who had al- Â¬ The American fleet has1 come was ready heard of the reverse GEN LEE HONORED up to what was expected of it Its aflame with patriotic enthusiasm success shows that it was not a and declared that while the loss of rash undertaking on the part of Gov Taylor Also on the Slate For so many ships was a misfortune the Department to send the ships a Generalship there was satisfaction in the re- Â¬ to Manila under such command j as flection that the Spaniards had Deweys with his Captains and covered themselves with honor Washington May 3 President with his men His ships in the The queen regent is said to have fine condition they are inV wbre McKinley will certainly appoint My spirit can never be positively expected to sweep the General FitzhughLee and General added daunted so long as I can rely on Spanish fleet away and take Ma Â¬ Joe Wheeler Major Generals of the the patriotism and courage of the nila The action of the Navy De- Â¬ Volunteer Army partment in ordering this move Â¬ Their commissions go into imme- Â¬ Spaniards The absence of further details of ment seems to be thoY6uglHj r justi- Â¬ diate effect It is stated on good the Spanish defeat is supposed ac Â¬ fied authority that Governor Eobt L cording to the Spanish officials to Taylor of Tennessee will be ap- Â¬ be due to the precaution of Capt Weylers Brother New York May 3 The Evening pointed Brigadier General Gen Augusti in defending Manila ending a hot fight be- Â¬ Posts Key West special tq day says that one of the officers captured on tween him and Gen Sam TCarnes Â¬ board the Spanish steamer JArgon of Memphis for the command of the Gen Lee may be sent as Goverauta is reported to be a brother ol nor General of the Philippine Is Tennessee troops Gen Weyler lands B - who is Eddyville Monday will beiri Hopkinsville next Saturday and on that day he will appoint a Master Commissioner for Christian county to succeed the late Judge Thomas J Morrow Who the fotunate man will be can not at this time be foretold Judge Cook is keeping his own counsel while giving due consideration to the claims j ofeach of the worthy applicants No word has escaped him tending to show any choice or prefsrence between the gentlemen That he will act for the best inter- Â¬ est of the people and the Democrat- Â¬ ic party none who knows him will for a moment doubt The race in the meanwhile has reached fever heat and the several candidates are each hopeful of suc- Â¬ cess but impatient under the sus- Â¬ pense Among the applicants are three prominent young members of the local bar Messrs J T Hanbery Frank Rives and Walter S Hale either of whom is well qualified to fill the position Should Judge Cook decide to go outside the bar he could not find a better man than Capt C D Bell of South Christian who is likewise an applicant forthe position Between such men it is a difficult and delicate matter to dis- Â¬ criminate and Judge Cooks duty in this matter is not an enivable now holding court Judge Thomas P Cook at M ii one t COAL FOR DEWEYS FLEET 1 Two of the Swiftest Vessels Now In San Francisco Ordered to Be Chartered y Washington May 3 Secretary Long has taken immediate meas- Â¬ ures to relieve the United States lleet in the Pacific of any embar Â¬ rassment it might feel for want of coal ks5Sv ifr w s Mi0r i-ll- -- vjt-i- - JAsi r Nww -- sAmmsfirrT -- - - miu UUfXA s jp vO j rt i i 7 V S W A - - 7 r mmss7f mzfflmjrws mwswyt w ax-sJirTrre rKh r vt mLjK i vaici SiMSmui rifl A s w - j Orders were telegraphed this morning to the Government author- Â¬ ities at San Francisco to select two of the swiftest ships at that port load them with coal and dispatch them at once to the relief of Commo- Â¬ dore Deweys squadron As China and Japan delayed mak Â¬ ing declarations of neutrality some experts in international law hold that the United States may still ob Â¬ tain coal in Eastern ports Com- Â¬ modore Deweys achievements however have caused the Adminis- Â¬ tration to feel that the Government should not hesitate to send him sup- Â¬ plies at once without waiting to speculate on what Eastern ports may be open to him AWAITS THE iNlCTHEROY a - rs TV SPANISH ARTILLERY IN THE FIELD NEAK HAVANA THE CASTINGS PRIZE i m ITS flir vn ber of residents of Southern Alaska although the losp of the Philippines are preparing to come south on ac- Â¬ hp fwill be a death blow from which count of the war Spin cannot recover- rr rAnd Its Good Eating y VRSUsATTAnPA Lexington Ky May 3 Quar Â¬ By Frldny ReadyTo n0Ye the termaster Commissary Vestal re- Â¬ ceived bids to night on the follow Â¬ Troopi ing supplies for the Kentucky vol Â¬ r unteers Beef 12500 pounds By Friday the folloVlng fleet of bread 12500 pounds navy beans cufcjs js cxpevieu io uu in waning l500pdunds potatoes 8000 pounds fthe wharvcp at iTampa for the onionSrTQOO pounds cabbage rr r j1 trsi j j fcepiion gijne tt unueuoiaiestrcxpps 2000pounds coffee 1100 pounds onua Olivette and Mas sugar lspo pounds salt 400 the Plant Line theJAlamo pounds blaclfvpepper 25 pounds of the Mallory Line the soap 400 ppundlfeiriegar 100 gal Â¬ is and possibly the Lampa lons V rki Morgan Line ahd the 1 lie ky and lierkshire of the Yule 5tea Line fa and Mineua New York BBw35Lrho steam iU all haye icontract- - ship Yal Capi Vftkf formerly the capa- - Paris If ft Ml Ihxw a doflk here to night r ttrjoC iiffrtl before ftbcJok under sealed HtfiKHtt v ithe bwevur the actual order Hit eamea a mil supply Mr will taj C hefor ptetorea arjwLexten4d cruise a4 -l on a ich Atyard X That does not follow character but does not mean that by persons in small boats begging irriT tirill lnnnonmft tr n o1ncf v f iw for the latest news A large num fc Â¬ by any means Battleship Oregon And the Gun boat Harletta Will Sail ForBahia To day ll - i hr uimm Jls1 iaii iVji kXS WP JU- amount of mail matter from the Buenos Ayres May 3 Advices NO PLACE FOR BRYAN received from the Herald and Courier-JoSpanish government intended for correspondent in Rio Lieut Bronaughs Vessel Catches Capt Gen Blanco and other Span Â¬ President Refuses to Appoint His urnals ish officials in Cuba Janeiro Brazil state the United A Spanish Ship Late Opponent a Brigadier States battleship Oregon and gun Â¬ The Argonauta is regarded as General of Volunteers boat Marietta will sail probably to-Â¬ beingpnc of the most important May- - 3 The Key West PI a morrow from this port They will captures since the outbreak of hos- Â¬ United States gunboat Castine May 3 Senator enter Bahia and await there forthe Washington Â¬ tilities The mail matter especialCommander R M Berry brought ly is considered likely to prove val Â¬ Jones of Arkansas and other prom Â¬ dynamite gun vessel Nictheroy re Â¬ in this morning a small prize the uable tothe United States govern- Â¬ inent silver Democrats have waited cently purchased from Brazil two masted fishing schooner An- Â¬ In the crew of the battleship Ore Â¬ ment She also had on board a upon President McKinley and tonio Y Paco having on board a and the gon are many Japanese of arms and ammuni Â¬ large cargo urged the appointment of William cargo of fish IJhe Paco was cap Â¬ tion are anxious to get to tlw Japanese intended fortheSpanish troops tured off Mariel yesterday while The captive Spanish officers Col J Bryan as a Brigadier General of nguung i Qijly blank bound for Havan Carijo of the Third Spanish Caval Â¬ Volunteers ThePresident informed A New British Minister shot was necessafyJrtoJ cause the ry his First Lieutenant a Serge- them that he would appoint no man London May 3 According to a little craft to heave to nnd she ant-Major and seven other lieu Â¬ as Brigadier who had ivjt a West report published here to day the wa4 towed in here tenants carried themselves with al Â¬ Point experienceor a veteran of the Washing- The United States eruiser Mar most humorous nonchalance and civil war The President also Baid British Ambassador at is ta be ton Sir Julian Pauncefote blehead Commander B H McCal told the American naval officers he had recognized the free silver succeeded by Sir Thomas IL San Â¬ la has not yet arrived here with that it did their hearts good to see K C M G the Ki C B Democrats by his decision to ap Â¬ the Spanish steamer Argonauta such a gathering of well fed and point Gen Joe Wheeler a Major derson permanent Under Secretary of captured by the Nashville on Fri Â¬ prosperous looking men Gensirai and the gold Democrats by State for Foreign Affairs one pttltf f day lautr and having on board be 0000000 aa QOttff rrjng a qlmjlar title on Fitx- - mot experienced diplomatic officer twicers Cubajiays aboufc i4f HOua Spanish army av I in the BrUUh ftervice bugh Jse large nua revenue tft Spain an4 fortT elk panger i I I -- fi J sr jt - --- u MMMawiaraE TCbe jc ails ttentjtcfct UWIOlinWIO S1C0 35 THE STRAWBERRY PROSPECT As TheJKentaokiaii 1 Xear ITBJSEJ FOR ONLY CjorWILLIAKI ROBHSON by PuUhhedarery mornlinTeMcpt Monday KU CXA X JMACXAM 312 Delivered by carriers to all parti o tho city al 10 OBXTS 1XK WMX eii By a Prortilncnt Nursery Â¬ man of Warren County 21 Ml REAL ESTATE AOENT MH MHwhm ABSTRACTS OF TITLE iADE Money loaned t 6 ftt cent on first class real estate for a term of S years jjlf iv JEH iuniii m4m BAOTf Three Months Per Week 5100 I mo t J IP mdsf Dr DaWdW Yandell the eniment of Kentucky surgeons died at LouiayllleMonday at a ripe old li1 YT5 iJll iuflu AW H A Martial law has been declared at lflticll noting France has sent some warships renen to Havana to take care ol Bubjccsmhcn the bombardment is begun iJ - j the 200000 soldiers who have been sent to Cuba by Spain jhc latest report is that only 60000 arc lit for duty Of Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine A Farm of 350 acres on Butter- This machino is manufactured with tho view of supplying a long felt two ago oecause ins iuiujjuiv iiiurv iwaut wont to wit A Modern High arm first class Sowing Mncbinn with nil late npt sent to Cuba n i improvements and of first class material and good workmanship including rr ii i iu uno umoertErooai nn iwotniras the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instruc provements well watered 8J miles Deweyit is said entered Admiral will do tions accompanies uvury uiuumiuu vfrom the city Big bargain Manila harbor under cover of the wheel to keep rtresg from getting on whcql SPECIFICATIONS 1 Attaolui outs Am the famous Johnsons sot W Sibutherland the Murrays Extra totlie latest Aroma words he had 900 Price Lieut W II H darkness In other -n and ono liaU Inches lilgli in a tin box and eonslst of tuuker ruffler TheHciia Ta Of coufge there will ndelKht and five half inches long inside fourhemmcrs binder qullter foot hommcr one Shins That Pass In The Night 2 allant commander of the Eagle is and Gaudy 106 acres onButler Road measurement This Is as high as any family and fellorundor braider and sheerer oil can Farm of n paper a Hopkinsville man or rather he be a heavier yield of the six machino made and must not be confounded and oil two crew drivers guagobobbinsbuok of and arm ma medium or so called Gen Blanco went through the married here and has spent milch Three and one half miles from tho varieties such as Bubach Hav- - with tho The head plato set Intohigh level with of needles thulubsoicw directions or good orchard othce tne Cu of his time here when not on duty erland Greenville Jessie and Cum- Â¬ ohlnes into The Furhlturc la well made highly pol city well improved the table F form of inductingCabinet Tuesday appearance All these ana never ailing water The Ncfdlo Is straight self acttiig flat on ished and decant Inout ban Autonomist maohlnes will bo sent with oak furniture He is one of the most capable and berland than either of the others re- Â¬ one side and cannot be sot wrong Price walnut la specified Each 750 Is it possible that Blanco has not accomplished men in the navy and ferred to there always is but un Â¬ The Shuttle Is open on the end cylinder unless to the drawers and cover machino ha nice nlckcl alock ihapo and absolutely self threading plato drop rings to iiuui ui Heard irom Manna as brave as a lion He had been less we have a drouth or some other The Bearings Are all steel well fitted and are well packed anilall drawers AH machines 3J miles from u nwca uu oiiuiu lunu orated tho city wll improvin the unlooked for hindrance s we will adiUBtaDie for several years stationed V The mnchino is solf thread Ol lf thi endlne HEAD OUR GUARANTEE ea a goou poultry or nitirket gar to be SZ50 Chickens are said ing ana no nolo to naval department at Washington have a fair crop all the way through esccpt thoeyeofthe pui mo mrcaa uirojgu Th New Mathews Machine is warranted 10 den farm in good neighborhood needle from date of purchase and thlrtjr days a piece in Cuba and scarce at any but was one of the first officers to The season I tried ainulch of to-Â¬ iprlngsFeed Is positive in action and hat no yeais of It If perfect and entire satisfaction Price 400 the trial togetout of order o price This has caused a gloom to ask for active work at the front when Automatio Bobbin Winder Will wind tho is not given the mnchino may bo rcshlpped up on a partfbf our patch bacco stems e nnd th- - money paid on a spool of thread tousntnurexiien ooubtn n smooth as Farm of 75 acres on Greenville fall upon the 25th regiment soon to the war came on He was given donblo lockstitch and the effect is verymarked even onThe Stitch Is and will not ravil Tho saino wll1 bo refunded promptly Cart be both fides island invade the Under this guarantee yot run no risk Avhat Road the command of a converted cruiser now and I think will add very much lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty evor n purchasing tho Kcw Mathows Machine itltchcs to tho Inch op to the yield thlrylivystial of If In ypur own Six miles from the citv The verv been given an Early- Harvest Black- Â¬ ThoTcnslon Is a flat spring tension and ad- You have Jfjornuv rrao i you Hhould wish Gen Blanco says only one mule and it eemshas homo and of thread to all in the mnohinet portunityto fight at an early stage berries and Lucretia Dewberries justable Wheel sizes nleklc plated and has a to retur expoiwo and Urnmay co shipped boto re best place in the neighborhood Is Hand was killed by the shelling of Ma- money will at our timber good water buildings orch in the hostilities much to his de- Â¬ are loaded with blossom buds and ooso wheel attached to operate bobbincurlndcr funded without running machine tanzas last week but the public TheNDons will find in him a promise a full crop All communications regarding the Now ard nnd iu a liuu state of repair TboMoveufent Is tho celebrated eccentric al- Â¬ There wijl Mathews Machine should Jjq addressed to has long since learned not to swear light movements positive In action and G50 rt ice parts than any jfitiWihiO on the market dangerous adversary and an in- Â¬ so be a good crop of both Red and by Spanish statements CHAS JV1 MEACHAM The Stand Has laice balance wheel nanus and Black cap raspberries I think A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 trepid defender of the stars on two adjustable centers The treadle is large J ana nangs in cone centers ana an tost motion P NrDOWNER Hopkinsville Ky icy The Daj ly KKNTUCKrAN of yes- - stripes can bo taken un asters underovjh end and acres near Elmo can bo easily moved A nice dress guard over news for i terday left but little real i weiiiy Hures ui umucr mo remain- Iu making your remittance we prefer postofGco money order rogisloro DR YANDELLDEAD the big dailies to tell It covered The United States has made no All un iner in InVh ulate of cultivation letter express money ordes or New York Exdhange Individual checks the buildings in good condition fithe news to 1 a m receiving the promises about the annexation of less certified to will not bo received splendid neighborhood latest developments at New York the Phillipine Islands and Uucle Noted Louisville Physician Died Price Sam can if he chooses to do so hold 2200 and Washington up to that hour Monday Night at io Oclock on to the island by right of conquest 100 acres 5 Miles From City on The cruisers Marblehead and A Berlin dispatch says it is believ Â¬ e Dr David Wendcl Yandell who Russellville Pike Nashville and the yacht Eagle ed in Germany that this is what we was one of the most prominent sur- Â¬ Well improved- - 15 ncros of timber blockading the southern Cuban really had in view geons and physicians in the south near church and Bchool nort of Cienfueiros captured the died Monday night at his home on Price 1800 The Spanish cabinet has metand Spanish mail steamer Argonauta West Chestnut street in Louisville decided to continue war to the bit- Â¬ Monday 136 acres on Ducker Mill road children ter end Perhaps after she has Mrs Yandell and their Mrs James 65 acreB of bottom land 2 good The total expenditures of the lost Cuba Porto Rico and the Ca- Â¬ Mrs W O Roberts and We have the largest and most complete stock of houses 2 barns well watered 15 acres will soon is estimated war it naries in addition to her Asiastic F Buckner and Dr Roberts Mr amount to 100000000 and the war relatives were newest and latest styles and designs of furniture for the timber possessions Spain may conclude Buckner and other Price 1100 is less than two weeks old What at his bedside when the spark of 500 cash balance in ono and 2 that she has had enough will it be after the generals are all life went out Dr Yandell had years at 6 per cent The best farm appointed in the neighborhood Gen Chas C Walcutt of Colum Â¬ been in declining health since Octo- Â¬ 1894 with Also a largo and well assorted stock of He was stricken He was ber Besides these we have other farms Ten Spanish officers and ten sol- Â¬ bus O died this week for Bale and will take ploaauro in the youngest of the major generals brain trouble and his physicians diers the first prisoners of war WALL PAPER PICTURE FRAMES ETC showing any of thenito parties wish announced that while he might live were captured on the Argonauta of the volunteer army in 1861 ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab several years he would never be stracts of title furnished all purchas Monday Their arms were seized Commodore Dewey is not yet an well enough again to practicehis BABY CARRIAGES of every style and finish from ere Now is the time to bliy real together with 4500 rounds of ammu- - Admiral His condition became but he ought to be and profession estate the cheapest to the finest nition doubtless sbon will be critical Sunday and it was evident Three tracts of coal lands two that he could not survive long OUR UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is full and of tho mines partially developed There is more talk of delaying qualthe invasion of Cuba until the Cape LEXINGTON BOY AT MANILA complete with two experienced embalmers Bailey Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest acres Eagles Gallant Conduct ity One tracfr contains 0QQ Verde fleet supposed to be apacres one Waller and Wm JT Ducker Prompt attention one 175 milo Illinois 05 ucresIt AH proaching Porto Rico is located Lieut John Qlbson Navigator of Key West May 3 The auxiliary within It Central cruiser Eagle a transformed yatcht Will soil at bargains and qn oaBy The only vigor so for shown in pros- Â¬ day and night the Boston of Deweys Fleet was scouring along the southern terras Hero aro fortunos for tho ecuting the war has been shown coast of Cuba near Cienfuegos jven right men by the Asiatic squadron Lexington Ky May 3 In the she sighted the Argonauta and For sale or exchange a good paying hotel at tho famous Dawon Admiral Dewey gave Capt Gen great naval victory scored by Ad- Â¬ started in pursuit She was fired Will sell at bargain or August twenty four hours to com- Â¬ miral Deweys fleet off Manila Sun Â¬ upon from the shore but continued HOPKINSVILLE KY Springs for improvedafarming land exchange day a Lexington boy was in the the chase and drove the big steamer ply with his ultimatum before bom Â¬ well located barding the fortifications It is not thickest of the fray Lieut Johi along the coast toward the Marble For sale a good first class board yet clear that the city of Manila Gibson is the Lexingtonian He head and the Nashville into which ing house at Dawson Springs Will was the navigator of the Boston Itself was bombarded at all the Spaniard almost ran They sell on easy tormB or exchango for Lieut Gibson is now 42 years old put a couple of shots across her good notes Tho owners business Out of the 800 Indiana State He left Lexington to attend Annapo- Â¬ bows ad she quickly hove to and compels lura to reside elsewhere troops mobilized at Indianapolis lis 24 years ago Later he went in- Â¬ surrendered The Nashville toolc 80 acre ranch well improyedi near 500 have returned to their homes to the service of the navy and suc the Spanish officers on board as Jt hjju viui n ill uiuhuukuiui Will have a few choice summer patterns on display and Will refuse to volunteer except ceeded Lieut Lucien Young upon prisoners of war and brought them property in Ghristinn county Ky to serve under their own officers the Boston into Key West She lies out in the William Robinson Agt His father had a letter from him stream and no further particulars WAY There is liable to be trouble along WEDNESDAY a short while ago while the fleet of of the capture can be learned Jfrom this line in all of the States Office Webber Street See them before buying which his ship forms a part was her The Eagle is commandeUk by Hopkinsville Ky Germany will send warships to cruising in Asiatic waters There Lieut W H II Southerland of Manila to watch the Kaisers inter- Â¬ was no war then but it was Ex- Â¬ Hopkins viljo Ky a of ests but it is not likely that Wil- Â¬ pected and Lieut Gibson expressed Dr Jas Rodman F liam will mix up in a scrap that anxiety to get at the Spaniards on MME FLEURETTE LEVY THE PRESENT CRISIS might embarrass him in both hem Â¬ sea He predicted that if the fleet Good flen nnd Qood Ships ispheres Whatever comes Up under Commodore Dewey ever at Â¬ England andJapaivmay be counted tacked the Manila fleet the Span Â¬ That good men with poor ships jy are better than poor men with good upon to be on the side of Uncle Ram ish would suffer utter defeat vv THEBOST DJSPA ships has ever been a navy mot- Â¬ to Fortunately for the tynitcd All estimates of the loss of life Pope Prostrated By the News Is tlie Only States foreign experts all declare Urc pure guess work as no cable St ILouIb PapeH A dispatch to the Daily News she has good men with good ships connection has been had with Man- With Its Own Staff CorrespoJ Jajjla since the fight Admiral Dewey from Rome says that the Pope And it is this that gives reason for at all roluta ol Unfil you have seen my new line of imported to the hp win jiruuiiuiy uittjjuuii i hiiijj io learned of the disasterafter heSpan Â¬ the confidence the nation displays At Havana a Hong Kong 648 miles distant to iards at Manila just had in its defenders Men like Samp Mr Sylvestj finished celebrating mass Tuesday son Schley andSigsbee would do SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS At Aiaclriu cable the oflicial report morning He was quite prostrated wonders with a tugboat Mr A Ej At Waspington I guarantee QIHUTY STYLE and WORKMAN more because of the loss of life than Capt Green Ballance of the Mr Ste Fntal Affray at Madlsonvllle United States army has been de Â¬ by the defeat of Spain He repeat- Â¬ SHIP the best that money can secure Atmw YorkT tailed to organize the Kentucky ed his horror that such an evil as Madisonville Ky May 3 Ed Mr at Lexington As the ques- - this war should blot the nineteenth Eel is charged with cutting Ike troops k THK NBWi century and said he wished that Williams throat also hm head money iif sight Capt we had died before he had proved three times the main artery of the Tpjievith no THE P No H South Main Williamw will die yTSjUllince HPPr to be the right powerless to avert the shame and neck severed i j 16 cents advancing WvJf miutU did wNjUceipU and ex- - the retrogression in thebrotherhood Jealousy is said to haye been th Hrered eirtiment of Christian can we BIBB wnv 1 iTt numuurM r jtr 1 ieutnTc7nUl of the 20lh in fantry suicided at Mobile a day or n kv was victory was a brilliant one and the dashing way in which it was won the nerve displayed in the attack and the bulldog tenacity with Which he hung on until victory was won all show that no mistake was made in sending him to Manila It must be remembered in giving him full credit that he was 10000 miles from home without a battleship ofthe first class and that his attack was against a sfrongly fortified harbor protected by mines and declared by the Madrid au Â¬ thorities to be impregnable In the face of all these obstacles the in- Â¬ trepid Vermonter staked the chance of success upon the valor of his men knowing that defeat meant It turns out that he annihilation Dewey knew what he was doing Dewey is liable to be the mist m conspicious nero ot tne war - Ed Kentuckian If it will be of any valucHcfariy of your readers to know something of the small fruit prospect in this locality I will be delighted to talk to you a While pf a siroU through our berry patch of several acres which I take every day exceptSundayand when I feel the invigorating inspiration wmcu think it the walk affords I d to gothe rounds would be amiss that day too We might know a little less about the SpS lesson if we went before this hour but if a man cannot feel a newjfptirnose to live a more useful lifeafter seeing the fresh green plantffllof blos- Â¬ som buds and in full bloom that fairlv seem to smile titjhim as he meets them on his rounds I ques tion if anything elseKSvill inspire efatory re Â¬ But enough of him will say that thepros marks and pect for straw bcrrieVhas increased at least fifty per cent within the last month We will have a fair crop from the earliest MichelsjCWstalCity Ghas Downing Lady Thompson and Â¬ mid-seaso- Modern Hig I arm i M urd Icoiiib beBt Mnchino for tli r l M a With fill tho lalbflt un provtmiontH The least money ever miinutnci nPHMfPiS4otB We hart for sale some of the boat building lots in the city and on terms LWlt riuiningi nofsolesa to suit purchasers Prices ranging Bimplo durable from 20 to 3000 They are locatod Wo in nearly every part of the city Every1- Machiuo wnrrautpd also have for sale farms in this and 10 years adjoining counties These farms nro - 5f0 Alscliino Rirfor nndfrefght prepaid A rv 21 pwued by parties who wish to sell Below is a partial Jist of themsft A Fine Farm near Kennedy Cnsli must nccompany al orders Well improved good land well wa tored and timbered 180 acres Prico 5400 - v r i f Â¬ j A - Â¬ fewer-workin- i Eurnilure Furniture 4 - Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ Kitchen Waller Â¬ THE EADER 4 Â¬ c son-in-la- w mmmmmmtmmjmmwtnnwmtg y Dont Do a Thing g fc - - J L Tobitl Tailor - v iivHKjf ut ii rjujjivsv mwuwtowiptouti m Maaa d M- i idjs vr01 - ir 7 njuntnr EBS H -- ss AAfctANTKBNTUCKlAN John CfllMnaen Pleett from - CAPTt CALLIg FftElfCB SHe UiimtMWHdii a River StcNHtboHl nxtl SnctiGNfifMllr JMnnnatrt Shortly Coinum TKcRtrlcnl CmtHMA - into two divisions- this The New York the three week I tfouble tyrfet iafcAng monitors Vaifcififft6ii aiUiVMd tor retried J Hith the Iowa aim Miami will fprm the iea V artapiclsul division to lie massed at scxfne central point OFhte command wii4rJuh directly Under the command of Admiral purlin1 Amphitrrtd Terror Sainton The Cincinnati Detroit Mont gomtryi Marblehead all ofiithe aj each witfi jiume clasfa 2000 nine 5 fhch rapid ilw gimS thyiiql ena stenmbont captain In skirts Is Mrs Gallic ffrench Of Cincinnati Cant French Is tho only woman who holds both masters and pilots licenses and shecommamls a steamer towing a large flouting theater She a also manager of the latter A few yeurs back the whole river fraternity would have thrown Up their hundB In horror had It been swgcsted to them that a woman eouldJTamt would fill the ofllee of both pllptfthd commander Capt CalHu French was born In Jack son county OT in 1801 her maiden nariicbeing Cnllio Ledch She was mar- - Vlckthigf Annapolis aMiyillCinef Machine and New - port all steel flight draught gun- boats each 1200 tons tarrying eight i inch riflesj the Mayflower tire linespiorpeuo gunuoai or ae- stroyer In our Navy Vesuvius Barred four 500 poiind dyhamite guns tonl femr inch Bancroft Plymouth pounder riflesfone 0 ihch Pern same class and a fleet of - thirty Rocks torpedq boat destroyers and tor- Â¬ Eggs reduced pedo boats will be under the com- Â¬ - CAPT mand of Commodore John Crittjen CALLIE L ERENCII to 1 for the deh Watson wlio will with the Sho Commands a Steamboat and Manages a Theater rest of season fleet nitentibned continue IheTblock- My hens weigh aue pruuan ports ana conduct op- - ried to A B French in Junc 18781 In ds high as 9 lbs Visitnra nlwnvn Washington courthoUsdand up to that end lor circular its free line had never seen river much ess welcome There is no more dashing officer becnon one but shenaccompanied her B0DMA1I MBAC1M HopMnstllle Ky in the service than Commodore husband who was owner and com Â¬ Watfcoh He isKentuckian from mander of the steamer C O on the Ohie Frankfort dnd1satgrandsonof qjf nnd Mississippi rivers nnd their tribuSeriator Jbhnj Crittenden Com taries to tow a small boat used as a modorg Watson is much the youn theater She spent the greater pnrt of her time gest officer of his rank in the ser in the pilot house with her husband vice Jle graduated in that lucky learning to handle the wheel and f class Of youngsters that left the proved herself such an npt scholar that in a short time her husband suggested facjidemylat Annapolis in 1861 just that she apply for a pilots license This petore i was removed to Newport she did and stood the examination so 3L weVc it was during the war well that in 1888 the inspectors at New e and Helm Grocers Ab a midshipman not quite 17 he Orleans granted her a first clriss li cense Iler jurisdiction renches from attracted the attention of Admiral Cincinnati to New Orleans Not being Farracfut durinir the passajre content with the laurels she concluded FOR bgldwJSTew Orleans in April 1862 to apply for a masters license which Theropcs that were controlling the was granted her in 1892 Fresli Vegetables Fisli Etc Capt French speaks several lan main sheet of the Hartford were cut guoges is pretty by the hail bf grape from the 9 inch ly of a decided graceful and woman character and a thorIT PAYS TO jgiins of Fort St Phillip just as the ough business woninn BUY THE BEST flagship wasdirectly abeam or right THE HYDRO CYCLE opposite the battery The order CLARKS IS THE PLACE Wag given to go aloft and clear A New ClmlnloHH Wntcr tVIiccl Which Eiutltiivi One to Rlilc Safely them but With the iron hail rattling AuroHH Rivers through the Hartfords rigging it Hop Kinsvi b Gas death The old seemed certain Young Indies Who dont ride their bi jackies paused as well they might cycles on rainy days will read with AND seeing the yards cut into splinters wonder of Mr llobert Powell of Cov ingtonKy He rides hiswheei across at every round Meantime the v Hartford was swinging round bow riverscourse Mr Powells machine is not Co Of toward the fort lacking the brace exactly the same irmlec as that of the of her main sheet water dreading bicyclists Ho calls it n hydro cycle and has spent a good deal Come on men said a young Have opened up thoir show middys throwing off his cap and of time in perfecting it It consists of roouiB for the season in tho two cigar shnped cylinders inado of gal Â¬ going tip the ratlines like a cat vanized iron ith copper tips Thej arc HOWE BUILDING Main Men followed but the boj ran out nir tight lliey are two feet apart and streot where they hnvo a stock to the end of a yard arm sixty feet joined at tho center by a light wooden from the water and steadying him- - platform On this is rigged up a chain- tof tho latest improved aeifyiarope coQiy stood erect till Gas Ranges For Sale Qne- thdnyschief was repaired At Cost Price thirdjbfthe- men were killed or wounded in the work- - Then the Or Will Be Rented Jad werife below and touching- his At the Nominal Sum of ijjgyl All cjip said to the Admiral 300 Per Year clear sir From that hour Joln Crittenden Watson has been the Are nlso agents for tho GEN favorite of fortune Within the DINE WELSBACH LAMP month he was ensign and ad- Â¬ The finest Light in oxisteuco vanced thirty numbers for distin giiished gallantry in action --- reaching Norfolk at 280 p m nort dny Bound trip from Louisville to Norfolk nnri rnhim 1860 iound trip from Louisville to Norfolk and return via Washing 206 to 208 S Main ton 17 Iu addition to tho Baptist special tiokotsnay be purchased on rogular trains of May 2 8 1 5 and 6 cannot be good returning within 15 days with additional extension of 16 days by shopping easy and depositing tickets with O O atront vft inNorfolk Tho Ohosapeako Ohio railways tho only direct lino to Norfolk and is tho only lino which can offer a direct rovoraiblo rotito which will includo both Norfolk and Washington Tho rato for tho round trip to Norfolk and roturn by the diroo routo is lower than any other routo can offer and dolegatoB may rost as sured of the fact that should any rate by any lino via Washington bo sub iil sequently named lower than tho rate herein quoted they will have the bonoflt of such rato over tho pictur- Â¬ esque and historic Chesnpeako Ohio railway s 180 LoVJMeatoKorfotfc On account of the Southern Bap tist Convention which moots in Nor folk Va tho Ohosapenko Ohio railroad will run a special train louv iner Louisville Tuoeday May 8 at Â¬ Â¬ M o a y ons pm Big Grand Exposition -- Mo ay ous Big Store Of all thats stylish and dependable in Mens suits in Boys and Childrens clothing in hats in shoes in furnishing goods in qualities that 206 to 208 S Main spassed in variety great enough to suit all tastes at prices that make profitable to you at the old reliable Store Â¬ Â¬ HiSfO MOAYON uL Â¬ A Hagnifleentf Showing Of - dry goods dress goods shirts ladies muslin and knit underwear cor- Â¬ sets ladies and childrens shoes and hosiery in fact everything that is needed to make your toilet a grand success and at pricesconsiderably smaller than other stores are asking for the same goods f NOTE EACH OF THEM Calicoes Beautiful calicoes Indigo Blues Lovely Lawns mt Fancy Percales Good yd wide PercaleB Sea Islands the best Â¬ RING 79 Mens Pants Mens Underwear Lace Curtains warn --a a 8J0 Mens striped Cotton Pants worth The new net curtain with dainty 4o We show 50c for 38c border is a favorite now 4o Mens and Boys Jeans Pants for 50c more than fifty patterns of curtains Be Look at this range of prices Â¬ 49c 75c 98c 99c 125 135 100 Egyptian Balbriggau worth 75c a 800 150 175 189150195198 50c 220 225 248 275 295 298 395 suit for Dress Goods Extra Fancy French Balbriggan 398 and 475 a pair We have the most beautiful line of for 50e a garment or a suit for 98c ABk to see them Poles FilEE Ladies Dress GoodB that ever waB ex lOo 7c Â¬ 1 Â¬ Utitnii hibited before in Hopkinsville Our Night strougest fortification To Bee thorn Made of good muslinwith embroidto ndmiro them Wo have bought ered collar nnd cuffs embroider Â¬ thorn in patterns and we havo marked ed box plated front pearl buttotiB them down so low that they nre iu tho 50c nnd a good length roach of all Mens Fancy Shirts in stiff or soft Kid Gloves bosom 50c Wehoiullo the celebrated lino of Mens pleated bsom tho iatest Co which are the Foster Paul 75c style and effect best manufactured Others that are simple beautiful 100 125 Our 150 gloves wo sell at Domestic 100 Our 125 Gloves at Our 100 Gloves which defy compeBrown heavv unbleached a cnod 90c 5c family Domestic tition we sell at We have all the latest shades 104 Brown Sheeting 12c Mens Shirts Big Rush Sale Of Mons and Boys Spring Clothiug If you want a bargain in your suit look at thoso pricos and come in and lot us show you through our Big Â¬ Clothing department Mens Suits worth 500 for 800 Shoes and Slippers Our big sale of Ladies Misses Childrens Mens and Boys Shoes aad Slippers for this spring will be the grandest wo have ever had the chance of showing in this city before Come in and lei us show you through Â¬ ifWhile wc are in war remember that we are waging war on high prices and thajajyou can save money by calling on us Every department is complete k Jno Moayon pmmmm rr t A Great Platform The Sheffield Mo News carries this llaming banner in a conspicuous top column position LEADING FEATURES The Milwaukee WANTED 1000000 LBS OF WOOL THE HYDRO CVOLB New Chalnlesa Water Wheel Invented by if 1 Has Come - Ouk Oujt lcan Politics Stalwart Anything to CSSCvKWaw 1 y small propeller under the water Mr Powell has gone bicycle riding esisi in the Ohio river on his now wheel It vitzaxKStisaiarL iv sv is not verj well adapted to water with immSKissssSip 5 currents but is said to serve admirably f t UR l OLICY iJLoVHMir frifnf1a mifl In still water v r vM Just how popular the hydro cycle will brimwtone onr enemies 1 Highest market price paid become is a matter of speculation but iWyEAnvocATR Onc cdun tho fun of riding a water wheel 01 a Sacks furnished as many as dry one flarv uul one wife at n hat day clad only In a bathing suit is not a pastime at which unathlctic folk you want Our PARK OfWpe3lpie for the can honestly sneer people to be paid forlbythe nuo When the Ilrulii Grown We are foinjj to receive next A prominent educator talking- to all children week some vfivy line A grade jMr PrinciiLE - The viftoroiw ule- - mothers says that with Clarksville or rather Brackctt periodsthat is 8ation horHe tbeives and- pub therearq nascent when a child can there from buggies Come and see them learn aroeertain times - S T B ForKV Co tuc morals easlcr wnd better than others The No 108 Main km Morro Take all in right ami1 grovtb of brains fonot generally uiv JiustlQ for more od help the lerstbod There is however an ebb Co for any Â¬ Call on J B Foley The children- ap thing in the vehicle line 5 nnd floyv of interest mq poor dan beg They ply themselves asslduOusly for a time have a large stock at No 108 Main e NcWh in not a - then wwjiea ubirrs and cducatois are block organ nor a Mmulcd now diluting whether to urge he street Opera House P1 Which cahbe proven by a child 4ggr nfUf the ebb or wait for Our line of surries cant be beat tho certiSIrelwp of interest in their for the money we ask you for them few olclwarjajajjtf ROreheads who J B Folky Co navte temnn tip against it cmory- Wlniel yhile inmotin Nice office in Moayon s Block ArDutvfltl woman has pdver next to Rawlins and Cos for rent Sported tlMd her delr tp ell herself into Apply to Moayon s store 4ftWK slavery for tf for money enough to the harbor wMfcy purchase h oumfortftble Jipmu for For Sale Vrv m Jkr- mH Mrs aUilraf aifctajri- - Will fllv fftilhfnl- - I have sonic nice family horses at A le kre V m mwwur 10 mam wj h ihth my stable formate- nO H LaVwj the devil Platform beat a Young Kentuclclan less bicycle frame which operates a To Stay- To tell the triitlj no l matter who it hits Our pSjECTTo live in pomp tJ ahd Oriental splendor t 1 QuiVAim mmm iKiW mar With a full stock of Machines and extras It will pay the farmers to see these machines before placing their orders as there is no machine on the market as well adapted to their needs as Mi8wauk03 We have the only solid frame harvester on the market and the only machine that raises and lowers fromthe scat and the only concave Steele bull wheel and the only truck that gpes on without bolts The f JNO MOAYON - IN THE- - yTJih hfel i1lr yff - Â¬ a1 MILWAUKEE MOWER drivcthe B I Wc have the only perfect foot lift nnd chain ket- mar- ichincs thtt There are many other features about both Wain nnd Vir- Â¬ I am locatedon Ninth street between would interest you by examining same ginia HopkinsvilieKy and will be glad to show you through these machines and serve you at Yours Respectfully all times j MWa lr - GIPP WATKINS h vr sy J 3W5verl -1 Ai V i m hi en V hi n he uV 5V- let OUjj MilNMMHM and tylllnot aland dent llugaiThompson ofCadii is in for re election Air uaiorciun is a Thf t Nw RegiitrtntA to TaU the the city candidate again and Mif Ws SI Place of th Boy Davtuoi will likely be his rtfitnJiig Oscar Baker of Cadifc h visiting to lh Frwnt Very Ultle of Interest Trans mate in the city f fThc oldcliori will be held at the J d Cox of Elktbn was in the t pijed Yesterday of res rves will Ihrec regiments Cjty Court rooni by ofltccrB to be ap- city Motoday uy tne council rruuiy probably be musteredjijtonce to I pointed J Henry Boyd of Church Hill was act aa a state guardrhile the in thc7 city yesterday niffht i Orders Entered In Road Ball Base TTirst Second and ThirdiSSrimenlM MrfL M Cayce of Howell was r1 V TI vCases One Overseer MiiSJjBi been de Â¬ here yesterday on business Wit f rotit are at the it Appointed vVl Cleveland 5 St Louis 2 second cided On and the hunogeas of resi Mrs Bcazley of Lafayette was game Cleveland 3 St Louis 2 dents of the State wluglravc written shopping in the city yesterday nrnnklvn 7 Philadelphia G Chica l 1lHB a HjI I their vxB his uA drift f changing the go 9 Louisville 10 Washington 5 to the Governor vomtoerjn R Houston Dudley Jr of Nash- Â¬ flF ln the matter sorvlccsWili be requeslod to show ville is a guest of the Phoenix Incy Coal roaflj was ordcrcd by uoston jfiusourg wiyuiuuin thdir true devotiontoThcir countrys Mrs J P Bragg of Pembroke J the county court yesterday tnaiuic be accepted was shopping in the city yesterday Commissioners report His Cup of Happiness Full Â¬ interest by acting irmhe less promsave that part ot it wmen uuun C B Wood Owensborb was Chicago May 3 There was no inent but very useful capacity of Thomas Davenport 45 dirges happier man in Chicago to day home guards among thd Phoenix guests yester Â¬ Aithe regiments Thin was changed by the court to than the usually undemonstrative of frontjwlll be furnished day that iro to the 25 making the total amount boatswain F J Larkin survivor of Senator RC Crenshaw of the new equipments theirjdld regimen allowed S105 Mr Ren- - tne Maine damages Pee Dee Vicinity was in the city tals will be utilweUgfyJjtlie old com Â¬ and WR uricic were uioweu Shaw v road BHilhc Jney panies It is pjj obajlc however yesterday rcmI1feAll 10 each for vicwiiifftho cioin nnmes a similar amount Maine I wish Icould have been that the state WillfhaVeto buy new Messrs Max Layne and CharlcB guns as those atrpresent in the ar Roarkf of Greenville are registered for serving the papers all payable there myself mories will go jWithtlje isoldiers it the Phoenix from the 1898 levy Off Slightly There is but TfSWthatcAn be Mr andMrs AI A Mason of Case Continued am The Square- were- - among the - city of the proposed new Chicago May wheat used for this purpose the In the matter The battalion recently organized visitors yesterday road Icacliiiir from the Clarksville market lower Liverpool cables were running from responsible for a wealc opening at Lexington companies in towns pike to a cross road Mrs J Hoyes PantonofGticloh all over the State and companies Ont is visiting her brotfieivlrof 0f the Cfebrtted Millers Mill to the Clardy High Â¬ The English market started 2ji smj s way it was ordered that the case 2Xd below yesterdays close and at organized nere wiu probably go in JUdmund Harrison aF BT IV cbl- be continued the party not being 130 p m showeftfrlossoflld the home iruardlut onee 3 TSverv lege a lower at large town hagapetition on file for trial readv July opened MissesJJennc aqd FarnyT Brut t 4 a ii cJ2iim92ic declined to92c rallied ncre irom citens Who want to of Caskyare the guests of Mi and Allowance iui T ttCblllUill A WM Levrette was allowed to 92tf92c and eased off to 92 c raise companuip These will be Mrs P P Huffman on North Main commnnicated-V-witat once and f S1040 for vaccinating 104 persons May opened 3c lower at SI 17 will bcimen thcfflSpnbrtunftv thev street rallying to 118 Overseer Appointed MrG C McGehee andufc of jfljjSjc Corn opened off on weak cables desire in all aboutt3500 men will Irving Davie was appointed overMansfield Vinrinia are Iho p tipstR P vJ c Kit aMStJ seer for the Millers Mill road from on receipts of 1086 cars Longs be mustered Lieut WhippljSiyikhq cannot f ther son Mr H CMcGehee at to the striped sold freely July started the Palmyra road Gracey V 0f vr lower at 3333 and held steady tell how lon- it wffcntAo im3ii viJvM bridge tV in the three regiments The neces Â¬ Mrs AI S McKinnev and Aliss im nronnrl 3377133 Calf Skin and Vici Kid in all shape toes atf 4 NEW AND LARGER MAINS 0 are Oats ruled weak on free liquida- Â¬ sary blanks will haw to be receiv Georgia Johnssn of Paducah May ed A great deal Jclerical work visiting the family of Air E B tion especially in May Gas Co Extending Its System and opened ic lowered at 30c andde is necessary aiulfjmithree to five Bassett Preparing For Increasing weeks will doubtleisfbe necessary F A Alullen formerly of this clined fo 29 Business Theinen will prdbJuSlybe received city now publisher of the bright Provisions were lower with grain in large squads Jn weeklyEagle at Fairview was in The Hopkinsville Gas Company ROHNATIC HARRIAGE Itseenis settled that Gov Brad the city yesterday as is making extensive improvements ley will recommentUBAdit General Lieut McGee a popular young Not long ago the ca- Â¬ How a Crittenden County Man Collier for BrigadieFGeneral in its system It is man of Owensboro was in the city of the plant was increased pacity not known whetherroryiot the Pres- Â¬ yesterday and Captured a Fair Daughter of received a warm land the works vastly improved ident will recognizejgplitical friends welcomefrom old friends Lousiana Now the company finds it neces J in military appointments It is AlessrsHunter Wood Walter Hale sarv U iculll ui uiiwuini mi said that Senator l5n3say will rec and Frank Rives returned yester The story of aromnatic marriage ommend that Gqn Basil- W ronage to put in larger mains on Duke many of the principal streets and comes to us fromToludown in Crit- Â¬ or Col Castleman jbjLappointed day from Eddyville where thev at BIG this work has been in progress sev Â¬ tenden county Foster Threlkeld Old soldiers are gaid to favor tended the Lyon circuit court r eral weeks These improvements is a voung planter of means He Gen W E Hobson forajjrominent HERE AND THERE will necessitate an expenditure of grew weary of a bachelors life and position fe several thousand dollars all cf inserted an advertisement in a The Toadies Euchre Club will meet Great Trotting Horse Li which is spent in the citv New matrimonial paper An avalanche this afternoon with Mrs D Frankel j and larger mains are being placed of letters from e cry section of the Ms James A Radford iiasgli The Queens of the Kitchen will TV- ou Virginia and Campbell streets union was the result Fate pointed the famous trottiner horse and sire meet with Mrs Jas R Wood Tues- Â¬ and on West Seventh street and on her finger at a tender billetdoux Le Mode and will put him at the day afternoon Jesup Avenue beyond the river that bore the post mark of Acadia head of his stud Le Lode has J a In the City Court yesterday Mor La The writer was Miss Carry record of 224 ris Frazier waVfined 5 and costs Ct Made Their Century Lee Threlkeld sped away to f for disorderly conduct 2i jr Messrs Lindsay Ilarned and the Pelican state They were mu- Â¬ The second week in May wiUjgoe Early Wakefield cabbaire nlants We cireauxiois to increase our tiade Daves the Madisonville wheelmen tually pleased will Now Miss Lee is a banner week in LouisA ille Tjie for sale at 10 cents ner hundred who came to this city last week to Mrs Threlkeld of Tolu Ky Music Festival the Commercial Leave orders at this office ing to share our profits with our customers ac- ai j have the advantage of our good Convention anp the Races will Marshall AlcNute came up from compiish r Monthly Prize Drill road races in trying for a century thiShereatter wo propose to large crowds on May 4hQ Mayfield yesterday to bring a pa i run returned Saturday with their The regular monthly prize drill and 11 One fare rates have been tient for the Western Asylum yUaurels thick upon them The for the Latham gold medal took arranged on all the railroads One of the infant twins of Mr and m AA century was completed by the trio place at the armory last niirht Mrs Davis died yesterday morning in a bunch in 11 hours and 45 min- - Every member of the company with 3Iusic lovers will have an oppor at home of its parents north of Elites The iirst 40 miles was made a few exceptions was in line and an tunity of hearing some of the great thethe city in 2 hours and the last 18 miles in unusually large crowd of spectators est artists of Europe and America Misses Louise Green and Louise 1 hour and 45 minutes was present at the Louisville Afay Festival on McClanahan a coupie of Clarks The medal w as on by Sererent Alay 9 10 and 11 ville society girls have volunteered Hiss Greer Will Return Ueorge Phelps after a close and ex No expense has been spared t to their services to the government to Miss Ida Greer who was former- Â¬ citing contest Sergt Harry Ander make the five concerts of the festi Â¬ go as nurses with the United States ly instructor of violin in the faculty son being next the last man upon val as attractive as possible army to Cuba to the amount of the purchase either it be ten- of Bethel Female College and who the floor cents or has many friends in this city has one hundred dollars These coupons when received The Feland Boys For War been engaged by Prof Harrison by the customer and amount aggregates to for the next term which begins in The Feland brothers sons of 20or more September Judge John Feland of this city will be exchanged by us for the Miss Greer is a very accomplish- Â¬ seem to be a warlike family Young ed woman and a most efficient in- Â¬ John is Captain of the Hopkinsville Qf a large variety of I solid structor Her return to Hopkins- Â¬ company Logan is Captain of the ville will be a source of great grat Â¬ Owensboro company and Will has GHOaOE A 0ak Furniture Antique finish ification to her many Hopkinsville just volunteered his services to the friends President in any capacity in which lr1lrtlk Mr Ktlfrficli of iho bfcarrt Wtf S yWftridBH HI -- 3In - - lOOOFAIRi JUST RECEIVED 1 j f llc Wear Kesister Allocs I Â¬ il crc 150 200 and MM COMPANY BOOT PETREE - SIGN OF THE FREE FREE CUBA anaral 5 attract J fefL4fe4fcA44fc a aa GIVE COUPONS WITHEACH PURCHASE Jw DAGG RICHARDS OUSTOMERS OF to i they may be needed Will Leave May 9 zy Pic NIc at Edwards Mill Yesterday afternoon the following The young gentlemen of the telegram was received by Capt nlfe Casky vicinity will give a pic nic at John Feland from T J Smith com- Â¬ Edwards mill to day The event manding the Third Regiment Bowling Green May 3 Your promises to be a most pleasant af- Â¬ ft cpmpany will not be ordered to fair for the society people of that cultured community move before May 9 T J Smith Col Com 3rd Tfnr Elder Moore to Assist will set the minds of the boys Elder T D Aloorc left vesterdav rVtiBk i airetn or a week- at least and re cemthem of the tedious suspense for Sharon Grove in Todd county sfiytffi w where he will assist in a series of expecting momentary wars meetings during the present week d BUILDERS CONTRACTORS r v AND DEALERS IN W ilb JjThis Building Materials Opnsisting of rocking chairs book case writing rlJk table hall rack medicine cfiost 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 ro oeautity and enrich your home absolutely M mHi ATnv Geornr5trun 1 ni WsLrkcr whose home was near Cor- Rath was found in the outskirts of JtmrtvHlage Inst evening by Geo F wngnt hanging to the limb of a strcoby a piece of hickory bark Mental daranirement is the Min jROged cause of the suicide IStt pqp 0reyill W tW a pm6n 5 W II Freeman O Smith of Arkansas wore a tiffht shoe which ahralnl the skin 6f one toe which iniurv was followed by blood notannimr and death The Commercial Triv erlers Insurance Association resis ted payment of a 4000 policy pn the groitnd that tho death was not accidental The widow carrUi the case up to the United Khiu 5ilHol Election Saturday b an annual election Court of Appeals which has fust afcibhool truKti h the city Satur- - decided in her favor njn MoiaaKjj uuHiees are AVhereis general Jacob Sleieher l and j b Coxey i I Suicide nttCorinth 4 Of All Kinds i -- FREE OF CHARGE The intelligent public are ouick in cbmirfe to nnl- sious They already know weundprseff all cpmpeti- cors anu nave no old cheap worn tfojids 5Tours LUMBER LIME AND CEMENT At Truly Qive us a call when yonccd it anything in our line RICHARDS aj -- DAGG u Vs RICHARDS H0WMVILLiKY v mm - Jr n a 1 I III HI f U Jl