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J I V Daitp JEntiichmn araua IEB AND HOPEINSVILLE ST THURSiDAY MORNING MAT 5 1898 lfcV i PEIOE 2 GENTS WHEELER List ot Military Appoitnmcrits By the President den CastlemnPI Turned Down But HisSonls rinde an En mrts1 sign In the Navy i br Washington May 4Thc Presi Â¬ dent to day sent these nominations to the Senate To be Major Gopcrals Brig Gen Joseph C Breckinridge Inspector General U si A Brig Gen Elwcll S Otis tL S A Brig Gen John J Coppinger Brig Gen William R Shatter Brig Gen William M Graham BrigGcn Ironcs F Wude Brig Gen Henry C Merriam James H Wilson of Delaware Fitz ugh Lee of Virginia Wm J Sew ell of New Jersey Joseph Wheeler f Alabama Colonels to be Brigadier-General- s Thos M Anderson Fourteenth Infantry Charles E Copton Fourth Cavalry Abraham K Arnold First andfprbuildingthe finest navy in the world in two years If we spent for pensions twice as much every year as Garfield said over 20 years ago would be the highest amount ever required the difference between that and the sum We are paying now would clear off our entire bonded national debt in ten years After that it would more than pay the interest on the bonds required to give the govern- Â¬ ment control of all the railroads in the United States Our pension outlay for six months would build the Nicarauga canal and in another six months it would duplicate the Western Union Tele- Â¬ graph system for the benefit of the public If the pension roll had been con- Â¬ firmed to double the Garfield stand- Â¬ ard we should never have had a deficit in a single year and instead of issuing new bonds to make both ends meet we should have exhibit ed to the world long before now the remarkable spectacle of a govern- Â¬ ment out of debt and reducing taxes to cut down its surplus revenues As long as the pension leak con- Â¬ tinues at its present dimensions it will be useless for Secretary Gage or anybody else to formulate finan cial policies with the idea of reliev ing the distress of the treasury To Join the Cavalry A number of young gentlemen of this city and county who are expert horsemen have forwarded their names to the governor offering STILL NO NEWS MM 0f COMMODifr DEWEY by Plaudit by half a length after an exciting finish Lieber Karl WANT THE CURFEW who was the favorite in the betting finished second and Isabey third Time 309 The pooling Was as follows Lieber Karl 180 Plau- Â¬ Ladies Will Ask Council to Pass 25 dit 100 Han Dor Isabey An Ordinance 17 Dr Black 15 Provisions of the Proposed Lay Set Forth Action Probably Grain Market Strong Chicago May 4 Wheat opened Washington Is Waiting Impatiently For strong in sympathy with the Liv vi v erpool market which started r higher on the removal of 1 the French import duty The trade ficial Confirmation was without special feature except t for the May option which opened unchanged at 121 and advanced SAMPSONS FLEET WEIGHS ANCHOR AND DEPARTS FROM to 130 on a very lively trading Corn opened strong with wheat HAVANA but eased off on profit taking July c higher at 3434c started declined to 33c and rallied to 33 c 33 A Great Sea Fight May Take Place Near Porto Rico Oregon Oats were quiet but firm July c higher at 25c declin- Â¬ opened and Marietta Sail From Rio1 ed to 25 c and rallied to 25tia 5 -J taken To morrow Night A number of ladies of this city have interested themselves in the passage of a curfew ordinance They desire the enactment of a law similar to the measure now pend ing before the city council of Ow ensboro and which is in operation in many of the larger cities The council will be asked to take Csome action on the matter at the meeting to morrow night JK FiTZ nuan Ike fLJ Cavalry John S Poland Seven- Â¬ teenth Infantry John C Bates Second Infantry Andrew S Burt Twenty fifth Infantry jSimon Sydner Nineteenth Infantry Hamilton S Hawkins Twentieth Infantry Roy Â¬ al T Frank First Artillery Jacob F Kent Twenty fourth Infantry SarauelS Summer Sixth Cavalry Francisfe4 Guenther Fourth Ar- Â¬ tilleryGuy V Henry Tenth Cav- Â¬ alry John I Rodgers Fifth Artil- Â¬ lery Louis H Carpenter Fifth McYoung Cavalry Samuel B Cavalry- John M Bacon Third Eighth Cavalry Edward B Willie ton Sixth Artillery Lieutenant Colonels to be Briga Â¬ dier Generals Henry W Lawton Inspector General George M Ran Â¬ dall Eighth Infantry Theo Schran Assistant Adjutant General Wil Â¬ liam Ludlow Corps of Engineers Adna R Chaffee Third Cavalry George W Davis Fourteenth In Â¬ fantry Alfred E Bates Deputy Paymaster General Also a long list of officers of lower grades Among the naval cadets made ensigns was Kenneth G Cas tleman of Kentucky What May Come Later Now that we are in the midst of war it is worth hile to take a glance at the pension lists Of pre Â¬ vious wars The New York Jour- 2 lias PrePared these figures JSiMPenBion expenditures for the thirty four years wiU reach -- h3alg SJa0 It means the intprSSAtte per cent on a debtoC51000lP00lPgyhfch is more titan any nationaffaEGftn lavorul excent that of France s more than the combined exmures lor all purposes of all ru l50000000fwlfesthis mean Mates m the Union That is to if thp money spent for pensions divided among the States all tan fnt Uf tifi mio x 11 n jf unth wuiuu iiu hcmm PWtofaHtl t is more f r i 1A n JmMflveniiRnf nil wv IWIMVI r pHlc na 5f the United Jlejfn i uiif irinuch as the 4lth l TOMre AB than olirm fimna n ov tmmwh wflw wtyopls in rtiAfritt r 1 t Wwug h jfttr Lrvm pe jttouth sjai c ac wmy our Gen Brooke fei Flying Squadron to Sail Laid on the Table Special It is expected On Board Flagship off Fortress Monroe Washington May 4 A vote which from here under sealed orders was in the nature of a test on the here that the Flying- Squadron will sail income tax was taken in the Sen Â¬ within the next 24 hours ate when an amendment by Mr hires it will make a fortune Roths Â¬ Mills was laid on the table by a Seizure of Both Islands vote of 32to 29 Washington May 4 Annihila childs agents Have shipped nearly tion of the Spanish Ueet supposed 2000000 from Havana GEN WESLEY MERRITT to be approaching American ater The resignation of the Oueen Re occupationof the Philippines seizure gent is seriously considered atVien Wiry the Ranking riajor General of Porto Rico and capture of Ha a naRo save the Spanish throne na are the important war mo o Is to Be Turned Down ments now in prospect Treasury Statement The news from Kev West imli- - Washington May 4 To days Washington May 4 The talk w about sending Gen Wesley Merritt cates that a powerful squadron ill statement of the condition of the be detached from the blackading treasury shows Available cash to the Phillippirte islands at the m head of a corps of volunteers in Â¬ fleet to meet the Spanish ships The balance 213223167 gold reserve stead of giving him an active com- Â¬ fast vessels under Schley will aug- sl8fi315b80 mand on this hemisphere recalls the ment the force to be thrown against Base Ball scandal concerning Secretary A- Â¬ the Spanish Navy Department is not yet The Special lgers desertion during the rebellion 3 Cincinnati 7 Balti- in Merritts greatly worried about the Oregon Pittsbunr Alger was a colonel tier thirteen inch guns would do iiiorej4 Philadelphia 2 Brooklyn great damage to attacking squad- 11 Washington 2 Boston 3 New ron York 8 Cleveland 8 Louisville 3 The Board of Strategy hopes U ict news of the Spanish ships KENTUCKY DERBY through our scouting cruisers It it shall appear that a movement Maudltj Captures the Rich Stake against the pregon is in view as Â¬ With Lieber Karl Close sistance will be sent the battleship at once and it is probably for this seconu emergency that Sampson is preparingA number of IIopkinsille gentle- Â¬ Sampsons Squadron Has Sailed men were in Louisville yesterday Key West FhetMay 4 This to see the great Kentucky derby This harbor is again empty Rear Ad Â¬ run at Church Hill Downs classic turf event of the West is miral Sampsons fleej has sailed There and the situation is pne of the re- - worth this year 6000 were four entries namely Isabey neweu expectancy mere is a strong impression prevailing that 117 pounds Plaudit 117 Han Dor QENEKAL MEIilUTT the next news from the lleet will 117 Dr Black 117 Lieber Karl command and having obtained sick tell of an important engagement of 122 Dr Black was scratched be leave went to a hospital Before same character as the Asiatic forethe start The race was won the exhibition of his leave he came the Manila victory Until to Washington and obtained a de Â¬ squadrons h then no interesting developments here in the war department tail are expected except possibly the without consulting his superior of- Â¬ n bringing in of new prizes ficer Merritt was indignant and in an official report to the secretary Oregon Leaves1 Rio of war charged Alger with deser- Â¬ Buanos Ayres via Galveston tion in the face of the enemy and Tex May 4 A dispatch just re the record stood until a few years Gen Merritt is second in ceived from Rio Janeiro announces ago Iran k of the officers of the regular thatthe United States battleship army with headquarters at New Oregon and the United States gun Â¬ York and naturally should be boat Marietta have sailed The given the most conspicuous com Â¬ United iStates dynamite cruiser mand in the field but thus far he Nichthoery will fallow them proba Â¬ remains unnssinedalthoughhehas bly this evening i repeatglLf offered his services Cntchem Boys Cntchem His friSyi8iine that the Indif ferenceCTj wjjeh he has been Key West May 4 Hafuna pa- treated ismygfin Algers rc pers announce the secret light 01 sentnietiVnnlfflliifc ja proposed to local bankers Gulalu and Gain and send him taMfttaft whereof course of Tannrcly a wealthy Spanish he wohUMm Ttwponsible posi Â¬ merchant The three left in a tion but not wrt8iipansiblo or ad small schooner carrying an im Â¬ vautftgepU in a WlfcjWT as mense amount of money and valu Â¬ th command tit huk ables The ArnqricanJhhiprt art d lpf whWh ha MSfHn to eartlhfifQV UiU4 treasure-- trove w their services in the cavalry com Â¬ panies being organized at Lexing- Â¬ ton to join Roosevelts Teddy Rough Riders Washington May 4 The view is held at Madrid that Special Admiral Dewey after the defeat and destruction of the Spanish fleet in Manila harbor picked up the cables connecting with Hong Kong but has not been able to use it having no instruments at his command The of ficials here are close mouthed concerning the operations in the East and no confirmation has been given of the report that a message in cipher had been received from Dewey The dispatch boat Hugh McCuljoch attached to Deweys ileet has arrived at Hong Kong the nearest cable station to the theater of action The boat brought no news of the battle ha mg left before the engage- Â¬ ment took place It may be stated with absolute certainty that the de Â¬ partment has received no official news from Admiral Dewey and the fall of Manila while most probably true lacks oliicial confirmation i Â¬ Â¬ t Provisions were strongon steady The ordinancejwhich the Owens buying of lard by packers and con- Â¬ boro council is asked to pass pro- Â¬ tinued good cash demand for meats July pork opened 1015c higher vides that it shalllbe unlawful for children under fifteen years of age at 11251130 to be upon the streets of Owens The Louisville Dispatch boro after the hour of 9 p m for One of the best things we have seen concerning the Dispatch is the the period beginning the first day of May and ending the first day of following from the Anderson News Just before the first number of October 8each year and after the the Louisville Dispatch appeared hour of p m beginning the first Mr E T Johnson agent for the day of October and ending the first paper at this place was taking or- Â¬ day of May The ordinance makes it the duty ders for the initial number A of parents guardians or persons friend of his remarked that he did not care for the first copy but having- control of all children under would give 25c for a copy that fifteen years of age to see that such should come out one year from that children are off of the streets after day An agreement was then and hours of the respective periods there entered into by which Mr mentioned in the foregoing It will be the duty of the chief of Johnson should furnish a conv of the fire department to have the bell the Dispatch printed one year from that date or forfeit five dollars The at engine house No 1 make nine year expired last Friday and Mr taps at the hours mentioned and it Johnson took great delight in deliv- Â¬ then becomes the duty of parents ering the paper as per contract guardians or persons having con- Â¬ and in so doing made the following trol of children under fifteen years ot age to see that they are immedi- presentation speech I take great pleasure in fulfilling my agreement ately retired from the streets The entered into twelve months ago b failure to tap the bell will be no ex-Â¬ delivering to you this valuable pa Â¬ emption to persons charged with per and kindly ask a surrender of children violating this ordinance my bond executed Joguarantee de- Â¬ The penalty for violation of the or- Â¬ livery Also allow me to congratu- Â¬ dinance is a fine of not less than SI late you on your good fortune in ob Â¬ nor more than 5 for each offense taining such wholesome literature The ordinance makes it the duty of at the trilling cost of 25c and hope the chief and the other policeman to see that the provisions are strict- Â¬ that you will be so edified and en- Â¬ lightened by its perusal as to en- Â¬ ly enforced The ordinance does not apply to courage you to imitate the exam any children who are accompanied ple of the prodigal son of biblical on the streets by their parents notoriety in which case I can guar Â¬ antee of the slaughter of the fatted guai dians or other persons having young bovine and promise a repeti- Â¬ them under their control and man Â¬ tion of the scene in which there was agement nor to children under the more rejoicing over the one sinner charge of person delegated to watch that returned than over the ninety over them by a parent or guardian and nine that went not astray The while on the streets little incident was thoroughly enjoy Â¬ Newspaper Correspondents ed by all parties concerned and a like arrangement w as entered into Washington May 4 One hun Â¬ for another year Mr Johnson cer Â¬ dred and thirty five passes giving tainly has great confidence in the permission for correspondents of staying qualities of his paper newspapers to Accompany the army where he puts up odds at the ratio have so far been issued by Secretary of 20 to 1 Alger One of these was to Mrs K B Watkins representing a To Â¬ Professor Norton probably is ronto newspaper and is the only right when lie says that war bet- Â¬ one issued up to this time to a roj- ween civilized nations is infamous resenfative of the gentler sex Many but that remark doesnt include other applications have been filed Spain Ex with the Secretary - 25u II i 1 t ii i in ii mriruiw m Ii v I i J - thcM L HbiimatA IV undjWottho one that cup J SPANISH OACJi OP a ftf J mm mHMtrrt r Ss t li--- - s I Mi Zhc 2all ftentucfcfan Published ovcry mornlrtjr except Monday OXAB MC A SPANIARD CUT HIM OUT bj Delivered by carriers lo all parts of the city But He Is Qetting Measure For at Alcasurc Now Romantic Story of Deweys The Daily WILLIAM ROBINSON J0 i - REAL MEACKAM 218 Mai 10 OMCXS OMSK WEEK Ejrly -- i r gtBCKirXIOX XATX8 m A Washington dispatch toltnc tr100 i Three Months 400 sv New York Herald aays J EH anauM t M0k Week 85 Per Pkh Month ninii rhnttnr murine il ltliMMM Of ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Is the only morning dnil paper O IMnHBIPj Populists Commodore DcweWevHm tjwjifact d The A It is safe to say that many of the met at Madisonville Tuesday and 6 a nrevious encoiultcfcWi thlinain Mtney loaned t 6 NT 70 miles bf Hopldnsville wifcliitva rndiusiof bby babies for this montn wiu Hon in which he did nqtcomeV om on first class real eitfttt held a district convention U nameti George Dewey The devotion ciffimitizm Dew- FI R Bourland of Hopkins county a term of 5 years 53 in the ey to Miss Vi fft AHr Bf1 V rf i Knid Admiral Montejo who Was nominated for Congress We iivo for wilo some of th btt b aid is Second district The resolutions handsome dau AVa so badly whipped at Manila building lots iu the city and oo terms Lowery one of tfiefgPtomincnt Omaha and St known in Spain as the Fighting adopted approve the to suit pureuHsers Prices ranging and wealthy tff the cxeHMve resi- Louis platforms and denounce the kdinlfal set in Washington is Well Up-to-da- te from 20 to 8000 They Hr located J Mr Bour- Â¬ dential Geobel Ejection Bill Miss Lowry was iu nearly every part of the eity Wo known here The 15000 yellow fever inutilities land was present and accepted the beautiful and a woman of definite alBo hnvo for ealo farms in this and in in enlisted will all come fromthe I nomination but subsequently de- Â¬ views as to what would niake up 211 adjoining counties Tfiea farms are USouth North Carolina s quota mij clined and Sam James was nomi G her happiness Whentyery young owned by parlioa who wish to soil a- - m nated Up all be colored by she became engaged to a dashing Below is a partial list of them T 1l nrnlm t ii untitled impecuniousSecretary of i The Denver Post says that Mary A Fine Farm near Kennedy it is saiu mat r W -r a convoy mm Black has been called home from a a spanisn Legaiionj tjount Jack fe bly give the Oregon To the first Brunetti Well improved good land wollwa see that nothing happens to uwime seminary in Kansas Her father refused to sanction To City Subscribers 10 Cents Week Delivered terod and timbered 180 acres her parents she letter written tp vin Brazilian waters Price Jus Â¬ the affair but declining all other signed her name Byrdye or rr -- ii- f m Ifrntlkfnrt- IS that tifiable and commendable it doesnt offers even that of the present hero J11U Jtlick iiuiu A Farm of 350 acres on Butter V 7 e the Kentucky troops have been so pay to temporize with desperate of the hour Miss Lojvry kept dur- Â¬ milk Road ing 20 years her flighted troth r slow in starting that they are liable cases by 6 a m Delivered at Your Door Three seasons agohowevprj with I not to be needed at all This proba- Two thirds in line timber good im The Missouri contemporary says the consent of her father she be Â¬ provomonts well wutorod 8J milw bly explains the delay in ordering iiMiMiwnir that Hhree Dewitt young women came the wife of Duke DArcos her from the city BFg bargain troops to move M the who walked out On the railroad devoted and loyaVsqiiire who not 900 -Price It if possible that some mistake bridge to see the moon set narrow Â¬ only had inherited C title and es Â¬ Farm of 106 acres onButler Road may have been made in making up ly escaped death at the hands of a tates but represented his country m The hands of that as Minister to Mexico Tlireo and one half milos from the the carriers routes by which papers freight train city well improved good orchnrd delivered as directed freight train ought to be discip- Â¬ are not being They say the Commodore resented and never failing water of any com- Â¬ lined Let the office know bitterly his defeat foreign na- Â¬ Price 750 plaints and they will be promptly tion and it is prpbably gent hot A farm of 20 acrea oh Bame road A California preacher while at shots with added vimt recalling the corrected 3 miles from the city well improv Â¬ sleep the other night was choked horrid day when Jack Tar Cupid A good poultry or market We have the largest and most complete stock of ed tarin m good neignDOrtioou gar The Madisonville Hustler one of nearly to death by a mouse which set Spains ilag above the Stars den the most prosperous and enterpris- Â¬ ran down his throat Why would and Stripes on the trim craft of his newest and latest styles and designs of furniture for the Price 400 ing papers in the Second district it not be a good plan for that domi- Â¬ hearts desire mj Farm of 75 acres on Greenville finds two issues a week too slow for nie to work a twelve hour turn at Ex times and is now issued as an keeping his mouth shut BUT NOlMONEY war SHIPS Road evening daily that is in every sense Six miles from the city The very Any young man who insists on Spain In a Pitiable WState of Fi Also a large and well assorted stock of a creditable sheet boht pluco in the neighborhood beginning his military career where timber good water buildings orch- Â¬ nancial Embarrassment WALL PAPER PICTURE FRAMES ETC Commodore Dewey is just now ex- Â¬ his father ended probably will end ard and iu a fine elate of repair of hero warship where his father began Ex periencing a taste Price 650 t London May 3 A Cadiz dis- Â¬ all unconscious of it as yet The BABY CARRIAGES of every style and finish from A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 The bravery of Lieut John C patch says that the second Spanish plucky seaman deservesgreat praise the cheapest to the finest acres near Eimo but he only did his duty as other Fremont is explained He landed squadron consisting Joi the war Â¬ Jlrr AlfonsVXHI and An tmuua r in Cuba the other night to try to ships Pelayo Twenty acres of AOiiicurs ire reuuy iu uu Unc OUR UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is full and ing in high etnte timber the remain Â¬ get a good cigar Ex of cultivation All Vittoria and a number of smaller given the opportunity K the buildings in good condition complete with two experienced embalmers Bailey splendid ships has nearly completed its neighborhood The blue jackets on board the preparations for activeservice It It is believed at the naval depart Waller and Wm N Ducker Prompt attention Price 2200 squadron go about is reported however4that great ment that the Spanish fleet is on its North Atlantic Turn Em difficulty is experienced fin fitting 100 acres S Miles From City on day and night waWto Porto Rico and that the humming Mr Sampson j Ez Loose ii iAAii Will iUt 111 LI1UL I H- lilll Â¬ out the ships owing to lack of monM JICAU OillUC Russellville Pike i imm m m Kiree fast cruisers from Admiral Spain expects to do considerable ey The British engineers have Well improved 15 acreB of timber mz ampsons ileet have been sent out to serve on board of them uear church and school in Cuba refused with yellow fever to watch for its approach and re- Â¬ execution owing it is said to the belief that Price 1800 this summer Ex -- HOPKINSVILLE KY turn with the news in advance of they are liable to heavy punishment 136 acres on Ducker Mill road the arrival of the heavy ironclads under the foreign enlistment act War is hell Sherman said 65 acres of bottom land 2 good The Spanish auxilary cruiser Coal supplies iigure materially in houses 2 barns well watered 15 acres We have not started The Daily Guarda it is announced has taken timber that estimate too Ex paper Kentuckian as a war fourteen guns on board and is now Prico 1100 There was a demand for a morning 500 cash balance in- one and 2 The Nebraska troops are to be on a trial cruse paper in the city and The Ken marched 100 miles on foot in order years at 6 per cent The beat farm Post Dispatch Snap Shots titckian has painted upon its to harden them for war service in the neighborhood y wheelhouse the legend BesideB these we have other farms Maria Christina is not Ouccn of ijntil you have seen my new line of imported for sule aud will take pleasure in There is still room for several the May this year showing any of them to parties wish colonels to slip into the The Spaniard is a great roarer The Orciron the Marietta and would be ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS but a poor marksman stracts of title furnished all purchaB the dynamiter Nictheroy will soon ranks as privates ers Now is the time to buy real Many people have built castles in be together at Bahia and will con- War may injure business but E I guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN- estate stitute quite a formidable little ileet you cant make the newsboys be- Â¬ Spain but French capitalists Have Three tracts of coal lands two V S SHIP the best that money can secure real investments there that ought to be able to take pretty lieve that it does of the mines partially developed even if the Span Â¬ good care of itself It was Maine ila while Deweys Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest qualSpeaking of Havana Blanco is guns were turned on the Spanish ish fleet should attempt to head it ity One tract contains G00 acres strictly in it but he cant help warships off ono 175 acres one 05 acres AH that within i mile Illinois Central II R No 14 South Main The readiness with which the j Mr C F Jarrett of this city will Will sell at bargains and on easy Perhaps the Spanish batteries Spaniards turn defeat into victory terms Here aro fortunes for tlio deliver an address on the subject of on paper may be highly commenda right men Commercial are using baking powder tobacco culture at the ble but it will not rebuild shattered Convention in Louisville next week For salo or oxchango a good pay Gen Wesley Merritt fleets ing hotel at the famous Dawson Mr Jarrett is one of the best posted Washington May 4 Gen Wes- Â¬ Mr Parker of Ilinois whq has Springs Will sell at a bargain or tobacco men in the State and his exchange for improved farming land ley Merritt commanding the De- Â¬ never worn ahat is more patriotic address is sure to be interesting well located partment of the East with head- Â¬ than Dr Dingley who indulges i and instructive For salo a good first class boardquarters at New York has returned himself with one not made in the ing Iioubo at Dawson Springs Will to that city after having had a con- Â¬ United States The President has refused to ap- Â¬ sell on easy terms or oxchange for with Secretary Aljrer W point Bob Taylor to command his ference good notes The owners business The girlcott of all French goods Gen Miles and other officials of the Compels him to reside elsewhere own State troops and in turning by American women would indeed Gen Merritts 110 aero ranch well imDrovod near down both Gov Taylor and Mr War Department be a blow to France but one which I C ltl ni vin oxenango ior Bryan he has served notice that no name has been associated with the she will richly deserve if she con- Â¬ i uuii Liugu uai rwt V conduct of the expedition which is property in JurlBtian county Jfiyj civilians will be appointed todesira to uphold the Spanish butch- Â¬ 1 soon to leave American soil for Cu- Â¬ tinues ble commands All of the soft snaps ers The purchasing power of the William Robinson Agt except those given to Lee and ba but which is being held back American women is enormous as cvopy day news expected Wheeler will be saved for the reg- Â¬ pending OfficeWebber Street n concerning the movements of the many heads of the families can tes ular army officers who are clamor- Â¬ Hopkinsville Ky Spanish fleet that left Cape Verde tify ing for promotions some days ago No official was Born With a Tooth 1 AND willing to say whether Gen Merritt Tub Khntuckians carriers are The wife of Mi- - George Wortham will accompany the Ciban expedi- Â¬ required to- deliver the papers on of THE PRESENT CRISIS tion or to go any further than to one the leading citizens qj the toJftthe doorsteps of subscribers If Sinking Fork vicinity presented tMiiijj any negligence in this res- - suggest that the personnel of its him with a fine girl baby this week not yet been Mqctor any disposition to perform commanding force had The child when born had cut a S made up i p the work in a careless manner by THE POST DISPATCH lower front tooth Dr L J Har The Flag Fund 1 ris saysthat in his thirty live years W throwing papers over the front ig the Only gates subscribers will please noof practice this is the first cascf of The fund being rained for the St Louis Pnpcr tify the office promptly and the purchase of a silk banner to be the kind that has come under ibis Its Own Staff CorreBpondsHts With trouble will be remedied presented to the Latham Light observation at all Points of Interest4 Guards has been placed in the At Havana Meeting of Old Soldiers h The city elections in Indiana hands of Mr W T Tandy of the -- LUMBER LIME AND CEMENT Mr Sylvester Scovel At Madrid Tuesday resulted inlecisiye Dem City Bank Those who have sub Â¬ A call meeting of all old soldiers Mr A E Houghton ocratic gains everywhere and in scribed to the fund can pay their their vives and daughters willlbe At Washington some important tojvjiRJ the Kepub subscriptions to Mr Tandy held at the Masonic Hall in Hooser s Mr Stephen Bonw Give us a call when you need anything block Saturday evening May 7tfjf at were completely routeel ojg Iicnns At Now York tf Panic at Ponce 1 oclock Business of importance Jefferson New Albany Hunting- Mr Morion Wat New York Mny 3 The British will claim the attention of all pld id Cannelt6n were among J THE NEW8 o TiijiPni from Pence soldiers All members of William Kvans- - steamship Tyfcun Democratic cl the Citizens ticket Poroto Rico arrived here this Simmons Post Are requested to be QlSPAfCH THE POST red I Owens for May- - morning and Veports a state of on their seats Mrs J MoOrc will H0PK1H8VILLE KY 15 eents a h iiiillliiiB dayaiffN n and Washington panic at Ponce and says the city is address the ladies liverwl by MrouU a nith utiuiif martial law Ry Coluns Adjt u Mat 3QBE3 r KentueMaw k r ESTATE AOWlTil il publi8d Mm Middle-of-the-roa- gkKrchi Bright Newsy and v News Wire to 2 v - 1 s oiu 1 - U Furniture Furniture ba - 1 i- 0 r w Kitchen Waller f Come-to-sta- r I Dont Do a Thing t 1 5 - Â¬ M J L Tobitl Tailor Â¬ Â¬ DAG6 RICHARDS Â¬ BUILDERS CONTRACTORS DEALERS - Building Materials - Of All Kinds A DAGG RICHARDS m m I bxw - tMl fHtit fitfciLr fai jUiMMtkM lMMVBfiMEiiMlKMMMMHBMai T PLAN OF CANPAMN RESOLUTIONS OP RESPECT MRS COXS WILL At a meeting of the bar held at 9 fh Latest Program rUpped Out oclock on Saturday morning the Bequeaths all of Her Property Real and Personal to Her For Simpson following resolutions were adopted v Daughters r Jfe 1st Resolved Thtit in the ft H The Govern- - of Hon T J Morrow the death Key Westt May 4 bar of J i Of all thats stylish and dependable in Mens 41 a cuuvcucu lunu mtnt plains ior The will of the late Mrs Louisa Hopkinsville has lost a valuable did naval attack onHavana are member society an ornament suits in Boys and Childrens clothing in hats his M Cox was admitted to probate in out complete andnwhile the city friends a warm enthusiastic asso- the clerks office yesterday After 2Kito208Si Main X in shoes in furnishing goods in qualities that iii ft more the special object of attack ciate and his family a devoted hus providing for the payment ofall her it is fcafe to say that the days of band and affectionate father just debts she bequeaths the bal cannot be surpassed in variety great enough to suit all tastes at Spanish dtimhiatibn in Cuba arc at 2nd In all the relationships of ance of her property both real and shopping easy and profitable to you at the old reliable nli enjli life Judge Morrow possessed in a personal to her two daugdters V Admiral Sampson has divided marked degree that individuality Susie Bell and Annie Cox Ilcrtipn his fleet as a result of a prolonged which has in all times and ages A S Cox is named as the executor conference between the ship com w Moa y oils Big IkT Grand Exposition Mo ay ens Big 11 Store Store I Â¬ 206 to 208 S Main Â¬ Â¬ prices that make M necessary maintain the blockadeN he headed exerted forgoodjgoodtohis friends good to His family and good to his Low Hates to Norfolk a procession hitoKey west which On account of the Southern Ban thebattlCisliips Iowa and country brought Mat Convention which meetB 3d NorinIndiana the bruisers Cincinnati flexible His character was of that Â¬ folk Va the Cuesnpeako in Ohio type his courage of that and Detroit ancl the dispatch boat W Mayflower trailiner alonir after sterling quality his life of that con- Â¬ railroad will run a Bpechil train leavj incr Louisville Tuesday May II at him All have been coaling here sistent honest upright tenor that 180 pm reaching Norfolk at 280 ever since and will start south no duty to be performed affected p m next day Hound trip from LouIbvIHb to again with bunkers filled to their either his courage or fidelity It S18G0 Hound Norfolk and return trip from Louisville can be truly said of him when he to Norfolk utmost capacity and return via Washing Of dry goods dress goods ladies muslin and knit underwear cor- Â¬ ton 17 In addition to the BuptiBt Of the Cuban coast they will be died he took a man with him 4 sets ladies and shoes and hosiery in fact everything joined by two of the three double 4th Judge Morrow was a man special tickets may be purchased on regular trains of Mav 8 turreted monitors probably the of character honor integrity and good returning within2 15 4 5 and 6 days that is needed to make your toilet a grand success and iPurjtan and the Amphitnte and unuounueu courage All ins go additional extension of 15 dayswith by then Admiral Sampson will open ings and comings exhibited these depositing tickets with C 0 agent smaller than other stores the sealed orders which were de Â¬ sterling characteristics His high in Norfolk The Chesapeake Ohio asking for the same goods livered to him here yesterday It sense of right his unblemished railway is the only direct line to Norfolk is pretty generally understood that character his untarnished honor offer nudis the only line which can a direct reversible route which le xnade as strong a protest as an his unyielding courage all combin- Â¬ will include both Norfolk and WashAdmiral can to going to sea blind- Â¬ ed to secure him the friendship and ington The rate for the round trip folded for a second time and there the admiration that he so richly re- Â¬ to Norfolk and return by tlio direc route is is no doubt that he conveyed to ceived at the hands of his fellow can offer lower than any other route and delegates may rest aB Washington in diplomatic langu Â¬ men sured of the fact that should anv rate Mens Pants Calicoes Lace Curtains age the fact that both he and his 5th His life was as simple as a by anyHiue via Washington be subsequently named lower thau the rate Beautiful calicoes men feel that the time has arrived childs always avoiding ostena 3Jc Mens Btriped Cotton Pants worth The new net curtain with dainty when they should be cut loose He tion and show His heart was as herein quoted they will have the Indigo Blues 4c border is a favorite now We show 50c for 38c benefit of do Mens and Boys Jeans Pants for 50c more than fifty patterns of curtains received voluminous replies from tender as a womans and his heart esque and such rate over the pictur- Lovely Lawns historic Chesapeake 5c headquarters but they directed him and hands were always open to the Ohio railway Look at this range of prices Fancy Percales Mens Underwear to take all the coal he could needy and distressed simply Good yd wide Percales 7o 49c 75c 98c 99c 125 185 100 His place 10c Egyptian Balbnggan worth 75c p and sail Sea Islands the best will not soon be filled his services 800 150 175 189150195198 Barred These instructions are taken to were needed by friends and country 50c 220 225 248 275 295 298 395 suit for Goods Dress mean that the Government has de Plymouth 7th We deplore his loss We We have the most beautiful line of Extra Fancy French Balbriggan 398 and 475 a pair cided to permit some of the smaller revere for 50c a garment or a suit for 98c Ask to see them Poles FItEE his memory And to his be- Â¬ Ladies Dress Goods that ever was ex Rocks vessels of the fleet to continue the reaved family we extend our heart- Â¬ Our hibited beforo in Hopkinsville Big Rush Sale Night Shirts blockade while the big ships will felt sympathy in their great be- Â¬ strongest fortification To see them Eggs reduced Made of good musliuwith embroidstart for Porto Rico or beyond to reavement and affliction Of Mens and Boys Spring Clothing to 1 for the to admire them We have bought ered collnr and cuffs embroider head off Spains formidable squad Â¬ If you want a bargain in your smt Joe McCarroll them in patterns and wo have marked ron which Portugal pushed away ed box plated front pearl buttons look at these prices and come in and rest of season them down so low that they are in tho Hunter Wood Com 50c let us bIiow you through our Big and n good length from Cape Verde Islands a few W E Warpield Jr My liens woizh reach of all Mens Fancy Shirts in stiff or soft Clothing department days ago ns high as 9 lbs Visitors alwnye Scene of the First Sea Fight welcome Send for circular its free Kid Gloves 50c Mens Suits worth 500 for bosom The squadron will reach Porto 300 Wo handle tho eelobrated lino of Mens pleated bsom Cavite is a fortified seaport town RODMAN HEACHH Hopkinsvillo Ky Rico short of cpal and crippled by tho latest Shoes and Slippers Co which iro the stylo and effect 75c Foster Paul a long sea voyage and will fall a of the Island of Luzon on which Our big snle of Ladies Misses OthorB that are simple beautiful 100 best manufactured comparatively easy prey to our Manila the capital of the Philli 125 1 50 gloves wo 6ell at Childrens Mens and Boys Shoes of the pine Islands is situated Our Cavite is boats although it is made up Domestic LOG and Slippers for this spring will be Our 125 Gloves at Not to in the bay of Manila and about ten cream of Spains jiavy the grandest we have ever had the Our 100 Gloves which defy compeBrown Jheavy unbleached a good headit off east of Porto Rico would miles southwest of the city of Ma- Â¬ 90c family Domestic 5c chance of showing in this city before tition wo sell at be to permit if to renew supplies nila The town of Cavite has a pop- Â¬ 12 Jc Come in and let us show you through 104 Browu Sheeting We have all the latest shades and get in fighting trim for at- Â¬ ulation of more than 5000 and the tack upon some of our own coast population of the port is less than 600 There is an arsenal at Ca- Â¬ cities But before Aclmiral Sampson vite While we are in war remember that we are waging war on high prices The Bay of Manila is a land- Â¬ Wholesale leaves Cuban waters he has yet to and Retail Grocers thatvyou can save money by calling on us Every department is complete shoot a pathway into the island for locked sea the entrance to which is riti the entrance of the army of inva Â¬ 12 miles wide contracted by nu- Â¬ r One sion and I understand that he will merous islands into channels FOR stop off Matanzas to morrow and of these is Boce Grande three miles Vegetables Fisli Etc complete the work he began there wide the other is Boca Chila two wide The bay is 30 miles last Wednesday by reducing the miles He will long from north to south and 25 from fortifications at that fort IT PAYS TO make it possible for the steamship east to west BUY THE BEST State of Texas loaded with sup- It is on this bay that the forts de- Â¬ m CLARKS IS THE PLACG plies for the reconcentradoes to fending the capital are situated Manila is situated on Manila land with the Red Cross nurses un der escort of the 800 marines of the Bay at the mouth of the River Pa Panther and such other troops as sig The city forms the segment Hopkinsville Gas may be thought neccessary The of a circle between the river and is proving its inten- Â¬ the sea and its suburbs extend Government AND mib tions to land these supplies by over numerous islets formed by the keeping the Panthers army of blue river and its branches The River jackets on board as well as by arÂ¬ Pasig is prolonged into the bay by ranging for the prompt transportat- Â¬ two piers At the end of one of ion of the land forces now in camp them is a small fort and a light- Â¬ at Tampa when that is necessary house is situated at the end of the Ilavo oponod up thoir show rooms for tho season in the pier Vessels of small tonnage can An Arkansas Democrat go up as far as the bridge which Â¬ HOWE BUILDING Main pjrxrxMWM The first official to resign his powwwww sition in the executive department crosses the river The town stands street where they have a stock fttAYashington for the purpose of en- on the south side with a dilapidat Â¬ of tho latest improved tering- the army was E E White ed look but is said to be strongly of Arkansas chief of the Indian di- Â¬ fortified Gas Ranges For Sale On the north side is the Binondoc vision in the interior department At Cost Price He is captain of a company of ma suburb which is the residence of Htia and the moment he heard of foreign merchants and the center of Or Will Be Rented It will pay the farmers to see these machines before placing their orders as there is no the Presidents call for troops he trade It is more populous than the At Hie Nominal Sum or wrote his resignation and offered it city itself machine on the market as well adapted to their needs as Manila has both a Spanish and 300 Per Year ecretaiy Bliss Who told him an Oriental appearance There We have the only solid frame harvester on the market and the only machine that raises Ithat his place would ho WW hv n are long lines of heavily mounted Aro also ogonts for tho GEN J scat and the only concave Steele bull wheel and the only truck that goes i Huusuuue uuring hi absence and batteries dark looking churches CINE WELSBACH LAMP and lowers from the 11 Â¬ thnf ln duty strange looking towers and mas Tho finest Light in oxistonco on without bolts when he returnedbtehe war sive houses of solid masonry These light The secretary congnvtJlted Mr mingle with groves little houses or es of tropical trees cottages in to receive next We are White upon having an opportunity raised from the ground by posts in week some oing- line A grade very to fight for his country ahfr wished order to permit the free passage of ClarksviUe IN THE- or rather Brackett Hy waters in the rainy season The front bugyies Come and see them him pleasant experience and a safe streets are straight mostly un J BvFomsy Co return When assured that his po- - paved and they are almost impass Â¬ No 108 Main suion woum oe lieli until Jus re able during the rainy season Co any Call In pair wmte lowed up with con- - high the city houses are two storiesÂ¬ thiiur on J B Foley Ssline torThey ic fe in and each has a central courtfable surprise and observed have a lame stock at No 108 Main yard a Democrat t r--uWe have the only perfect foot lift and chain drive on the mar Â¬ There are sciveral large squares street Opera House block tX alriirht replied Sctre- - in Manila the largest of which is fesSS of be beat ket There are many other features about both machines that v 1H41JI dont cave whnf vnnr the Prado in which is situated the forOur line surries cant for them the money we ask you I am located on Ninth street between Mem would interest you by examining same hUcs ifc J i qiv ifnow vou as bronze statue of Charles IV Ma Â¬ and Vir- Â¬ J B Fotuy Si Co nila municipality dates from the vod clerk vv ginia Hopkinsville Ky and will be glad to show you through these machines and serve you at cj year 1571 when the city was found For Snlo Tlmnk you air replied Mr ed by Legaspie It is a splendid Yours Respectfully all times liite rttUtrM for the door natural trade centre nncl ranks I have some nice family horses at Being the chief my stable for sale11 C II Lavnb inwiHtt vpM vi called the with Calcutta In the Philippine Islands cretary all When yqu are in doubt about of a Don port yjiat the productions ilow there and its fv are vru harbor U visited hv fcirreat number writing war poetry write Home- ftlam- - ii of vessels of all soiU and sbes thintf else t I Â¬ held almost under the given men power and influence And be it said to his credit that gUns of Morro Castle and after as Â¬ power and influence were always signing the rest of his command to mahders - with request that he be permitted to qualify without bond with power to sell any property that may te UNO MOAYON shirts childrens A Magnificent Showing at pricesconsiderably are Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NOTE EACH OF THEM Â¬ Â¬ ffyii Â¬ Mens Â¬ Â¬ RING 79 EB PLJ4C0 A m A -- Mi Jno yon LitniiCo The Milwaukee i O To Stay--- Has Come With a fall stools of Machine and extras The Milwaukee l7lJi T7T WWto j - MILWAUKEE MOWER ti--veh- m III IIHI 1 niemocrt 1 - GIPP WATKINS IK a lii jWy Mi J G Edwards of Pilot Rock was Jersey cow with first calf for the city yesterday E M Rich Co sale E Pedcn of Fairview spent Class of WfmVyPlans Perfected For Bank at yesterday in the city SomeimeR the proof readers build y From PublicSchSSfs better than they know The one Lafayette E R Bogard of Lafayette1 was that Who passed the statement I in the city Wednesday i is now looking for an alleys - Spain -- v v jJliW t Mrs Minerva Croft is visiting Interesting Exercises atjftho Un- evidently understands his busi Â¬ wlia t x -jrufTiiosOH Elliott Will Be President relatives at Madisonvillc ion TabcrnaclfeWayjfo ness Ex nan AiaiA to Be business Brick Building J F M Quarles made a Account annual meeting B P O All upereiia trip to Henderson yesterday Erected Elks the Illinois Central R R will sell round trip tickets to New Or Elder II D Smith is conducting a revival at Euedesia thisw eek learns at one fare on May 7 8 and vltw9lr A class of clcveTuwill complete the UMMvSl1 The Bank at Lafayette will be Â¬ Mrs Manning Brown is visitjng curriculum of the Hopkinsville pub 9thi Return limit 15 days from date of sale pre Dr Browns father in Nashville E M Sherwood Agent gin business on July 1st The lie schools this ygarand receive Â¬ leminary steps looking to the or Mrs F C Clardy of Newstead The Florida Times Union says of the company have all was shopping in the city yesterday their diplomas from the institution ganization A peaceful blockade is a funny been taken and the articles of in- Â¬ Gw aigscley of Bainbridge was The graduates willbe threes yung thing however one may look at it been drawn up among the visitors in the city yes- - men and eigne iaate corporation have Tne com Maybe but you cant makeHavana f The most prominent and wealthy day mencement exercisgs vvill take believe that it is so hilariously HSt citizens of that community will be Mrs Walter Garnerof Lafayette place at the UnionaTabernacle on amusing just now Ex JS- V interested in the bank and its suc was shonnintr in the city Wednes ApcountOf May Musical Festival the evening of JunetD The program seems assured cess now the day Will be one of unusual interest and and Commercial Convention The president will be Mr Thomas will sell of will include several1 hovel and en Â¬ Illinois Central R R Mr and Mrs Will Garnett H Elliott who at one time was round trip tickets to Louisville on Mer Â¬ Pembroke spent Wednesday in the tertaining features president of the Farmers and May 9th and 10th at one fare Re Among these willbe the- - presen Â¬ chants National Bank at Clarksville city - tation of the beautiful Â¬ Dperctta turn limit May 13th Col A D Rodgcrs of Henderand has had the benefit of wide ex E M Sherwood Agent FfomTthirty to forty Laila perience in the banking business son is mingling wun oiu menus n He Has Escaped young ladies or the higher grades His name alone is a guarantee o the city will participate in the cast and of the in- Â¬ John Caldwell the negro who the financial soundness James Leepa of Providence Rehearsals are now in struck Ellen McCarty col on the The capital will be Webster county attended the sales chorus stitution progress under the competent di- Â¬ head with a poker and for whom a 15000 to begin with Wednesday rection of Misses Lelia Mills and warrant of arrest was issued has Mr R J Carothers will be Vice Dr T W Gardiner returned yes- Â¬ vi Laila abounds not been located by the officers It President and H M Massie terday after a brief visit to Madi Julia Arnold in catchy airs and beautiful situa- Â¬ is believed that he has escaped into handsome sonville his old home cashier A large and tions and there is no doubt that the woman is recover- brick building will be erected on Mrs Judge Winfree left yester Â¬ young ladies will do it full justice Tennessee The Â¬ principal street of the prosper- day for Nashville where she will the ous village spend a week with relative Phnre will be eirht banks in Richardson Christian county when the bank at Mr and Mr James H of Gracey Lafayette begins operation The and little son Percy were chopping in the city yesterday board of directors will be composed of the following gentlemen Mrs II M Frankel and little R J Carothers daughter will leave this morning T II Elliott 13 R Bogard II C Locker for Nashville where they will H M Massie spend several days with relatives Mrs Otho H Anderson has re- Â¬ I AT 0WENSB0R0 WEDDING turned from a visit to Uniontown accompanied by her sister Miss Brilliant Nuptials of Mr Williams Berry who will spend several in - mu mn I begin jwyf 1 PERSONAL aosip COMMENCEMENT HtiRE AND THERE 4i V dIAgiliuatc Spring Suitsfe Our showing of new spring suits is - tHs vtry M m n now tlicre isnt any thing new or desirable tkl missing Jrbln our display The best and highest priced tailor in the land couldnt offer yoii better made garments tiian our - r J High Art Make faction Ana mere k 4 4 if w V Couldnt fit you any better or give you more I satisvi any- t isnt anything equal to our snowing no such variety A where licarfhere nor immense lines J Dont Wait Till Come In Now While Our aimmrowmimrommroTC Our Stock is Broken Selection Is Full Y jjLJPiSil lKbi V Mr and Mrs Harry Weil of who have been The largest and most brilliant Shreveport La the guests of Mr and Mrs Ike event this year was the marriage left yesterday for Chicago Tuesday night of Miss Patty Brans Hart they will spend some time ford Anderson and Mr J McFar where Harris and land Williams at the elegant home Misses Tennie Â¬ Josephine Hatcher of Kennedy will of the brides father Mr T S Anleave to day to attend the Methodist derson on Frederica The marriage ceremony was per- Â¬ Conference and spend three weeks formed in the large drawing room in Baltimore Washington and New beneath a bower of daisies and smi York Mr Berry Shoulders of Cerulean lax and with the banks of palms made a beautiful effect Rev C P Springs was in town Wednesday He Luce officiated and Mrs V J Hon attending the tobacco sales obtained very satisfactory prices presided at the piano Miss Sue Harris Anderson the for his crop and went home well brides sister was maid of Jionor pleased with his sale The other brides maids were Mr Alexander Hale of Mayfield Misses Caroline Griswold Decatur a brother of attorney Walter S 111 Blanche Slaughter Gense Bra Hale has moved to Hopkinsville to shear Margaret Tompkins and make his home and is studying law Jessie Frayser Mr Hawes B in his brothers office He is a Eagles acted as best man and bright young man and will make a Messrs Perkins Stuart Montgom- Â¬ success of his chosen profession ery Ala Charlie Jackson Louis- Â¬ Mr Win D Ham manager of the J G circulation ville Simrall Cincinnatidepartment of the Louis- Â¬ Taylor and W C Sweeney were ville Dispatch was in the city yes- Â¬ groomsmen terday in the interest of that ex- Â¬ The bride wore a beautiful crea- Â¬ cellent paper Mr Ham went to tion of white taffata and tulle and Henderson last night but will re- Â¬ carried a boquet of lilies of the turn to this city to day valley The brides maids wore Missionary fleeting yellow and white and carried bo quets of daisies and smilax The Sixth Circle of Bethel Asso- Â¬ Owensboro Messenger ciation will meet with Salem Bap Â¬ tist church May 28th and 20th 1808 GRIFFITH SELLS OUT at 10 oclock a m - and Hiss Anderson weeks with her JE L QP H W uj - h -- S tm H -m Zj p IQ zL rf T1 Pomipo m n D aoreco scjoog 2 S 0 f D Uu dk n3 ST - Ew HA- - I 3e 2 J3 CR O FREE FREE 5 CUBA a S lfm- 21 hi Li J 33 -- B t r P - O anxiois to increase IS ing toWe are our profits witli our our tiade and aretowill share customers and IS complish this hereafter we propose to ac- Â¬ gff 0 - zH S- - J g 55 zl fi W t aH csSSt Tnn fa if Z aTHsSH miMW ill P 0 GIVE COUPONS WITH EACH PURCHASE it be ten cents or j aP1 am co laf sSpsS mm pj I 1 t 5J yU it o s eg -- i Im jr WE2 llMilil if fflSzrJIWM 1 Ik I m - SUBJECTS if i r J r I rl U Popular Tlain Street Confectioner I Religion in the Homes Edmund Harrison Retires From Business II China as a Mission field John D Clardy W L Payton P Prayer Mr John L Griffith the popular III AVinston for Missions Henry W II Vaughan j young confectioner who has con- Â¬ IV What is it to Deny Ones Self aT ducted a prosperous business for for Christs Sake S J Lowry C D Bell many years on South Main street of Ninth has sold V Sunday morning 10 a m Sym near the corner his establishment to Chas Dattillo nosiumHow I Study my Bible The latter has been conducting a Five minutes speeches Walter Warfield Jr Isaac Garrott confectionery on Ninth street near J P Dixon Howard Stowe George N depot for some time Cherry E R Boward Ernest the L past He will take charge of the Stegar aVI Sermon 11 oclock a m Main street business at once W L Payton Mr Griffith is an excellent young Salem Locust Grove Lafayette business man and popular with all classes of people He will remain Casky and South Union churches Each church in Hopkinsville but is undecided as compose this circle is requested to send tnree or more to what business he will engage in Â¬ Whatever it may be he will have delegates and all friends of mis sions are cordially invited to at Â¬ the best wishes of a host of friends tend and take part in this meeting J P Gaknrtt V P City Sclipol Census The Square Ky May 4 98 Dity AssessyrAGeorge Bradley Snle of Fine Tobacco ha affout completed the work of School census for JVTorris and Swann of Graves taking the annual county sold six hogsheads of to Â¬ the city As nearjyVas can be ascertained bacco through Messrs Ragsdale at thifi time the figure will foot up Cooper Co yesterday at prices 986 white children against 970 last which do not seem to indicate that year an increase of 16 The col the war has seriously effected the pred census of the qity Is under the tobacco market The hogsheads follows 1525 J1475 djrchan of the county BUpermtepdr yer sold ns1250 1451 U50 iit1 Mip Katie McDauiel 1iiiirji 3 bIi r lan 3 CUSTOMERS se m LJ Ml m b crp s so g to the amount of the purchase cither L g gJ V pi JI -- m a av one hundred dollars These coupons when received by the customer and amount aggregates to 20 or more will be exchanged by us for the ap- - Si SIs Is 2 f 2 -- B I 7 W E r B 3 OiS mh-p-- fs cr mh 3J o q fS a qp ca I CHOICE OF a large variety of I solid A nak Furniture Antique finish Of y HI r ijT w- - OfTjircaBs a p gf fa 21 - J Hj il f W 2 8 IS w 5Sm as P rf v l2 - Consisting of rocking chairs book case writing dek table hall rack medicine chest etc For mnvfi nmtiftnlar dfiKPrmtinn of tho m nannta nnll Inf our store and see them and we will explain ay obtain them free of charge and provide an opporhu j to beautify and enrich your home absolutely 1 1 FREE OF J CHARG The intelligent public are quick in coming to hnou4 sions They already know wo undersell all jmi tors and have no old cheap worn goods p Truly Yours RICHARDS i m - fuiiUiUuuuiUUiUUiiUaUU Th Daily Kentuckian L 4 0Q PE Efi it