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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tU Y ir TTE Daily HOPKINSVILLE W held pet4s6nally responsible for ev Â¬ ery one of these1 old guns and every Entutkiait inTST v r k t LL N0 7 KY FRIDAY MOKNIM MAY 6 1898 ted hira to the brig for the night A thorough investigation is being made PBIOE 2 CENTS rASCURf IS SEES IT Chicago Records Staff Corres pondent At Washington - DUcdes the fi IS Ttn 7nr Home andoiiiSea nvitnnmctlts at iiNj Llg A Is V of Washington D C May Â¬ body except the president the sec retary of the navy andCapt Crown- inshield knows where Admiral i JAAwHIt ih tt i Oiuiuii ni 6U- -in his - jlcetSeven the strongest ships New York Iowa Indiana Puritan Detroit Marblehead Cincinnati the dispatch boat Mayflower and They received instructions Wed Â¬ nesday to prepare for a long voyage and to be ready to sail at an hours notice The naval war board may be able to guess their destination because the movement is made up- Â¬ on its recommendation but the sec- Â¬ retary of war andj the rest of the cabinet do not know and Admiral Sampson has sealed orders which Will not be opened until he is well out to sea and even then will only be communicated by signal in frag- Â¬ ments to the rest of the ships as occasion may require It seems to be pretty well under stood that the Cape Verde fleet has returned to Spain The telegrams from Lisbon to that effect are con- cWlirpd roliible and therefore the fleet has not gone out to meet the Spanish armada but two big Span Â¬ ish cruisers Carlos V and Alfonso XIII arc reported to be prowling around Barbadocs probably look-in- for the Oregon and Marietta and it is the prevailing opinion at the navy department that Admiral Sampson has gone clown to inter view them It may be however at he will pay a visit to San Juan el Porto Rico and entertain that place as Admiral Dewey entertain ed Manila home guard Marietta are The Oregon and equal to any two ships in the Span Â¬ DEMOCRATS GAIN IN INDIANA ish navy and ought to give a good account of themselves but the Complete Returns of Election Nictheroy which was purchased in Show a Result Different Than Brazil is said to be- without her in 1896 armament and no better than an or- Â¬ dinary merchantman It will be some days before Sampsons fleet is Indianapolis Ind May 4 Com- Â¬ for the- officials at the plete returns from the municipal heard frbm navy department are not expected elections in Indiana show that the to give out information on the sub- Â¬ democrats made substantial gains ject less its publications may inter- - over the vote of 1896 The most sig Â¬ feretiLhlhe success of his expeui- - nificant democratic victories were in nMuMSfihe fleet that is left under Muncie GreenlieldandMartinsville BSoUore Watson is sufficient Ldgansport a democratic city elec- Â¬ to maintain the blockade and pick ted a Republican mayor and the up any merchant vessels that have Republicans made gains in a good the nerve to come around that way man places Such irunboats as the Helena Many citizens tickets were in Nashville Newport and Castine are the field and where there were in Â¬ bqual to anything the Spaniards creased or decreased majorities the kave in Cuban waters and are sut- - changes are attributed to local iclent to cover a landing force at issues Tne officers of the two old rdenas Matauzas or any other party committees do not regard this ice that WhhOe seiecieu aiong general result as significant northeriWoast In fact the Schoolboys Volunteer military and naval officers agree that there is no trouble whatever in Washington May 5 Eleven stal Â¬ landing arms or men upon the coast wart splendid looking boys ap Â¬ lofCutfa and that communication parently about 21 years of age with Gen Gomez isjnoW carried on marched into the ante room of the navy to day and told the messenger rreeiy w left they would like to see Assistant Troop ships would have ampa arid Key West with an Secretary Roosevelt That gentle Â¬ tPtinvasion ueiore tins out ior man sbon appeared and showed his r JfnQertajnty of the War Board big white teeth which is an indica- Â¬ iPjq theUovementfOf the Cape tion of enjoyment then he shook Irde fleet As SopniaVihe Presi- - hands all around and marched off lt is satisfied that it hfceturn- - with the boys through the corridor to CadiS or oyer to the war departments where id to Spanish wata he Canary islands 5000 orFaorM they were examined enlisted and Soldiers of the regular army will be mustered in as privates in Roose Â¬ hurried across the gulf stream into velts trough riders Most of them iba and an aggressive campaign belonged to the senior class at Har Â¬ AwiU begin In the meantime arms vard Four of them are on the ujipmmtioh Will be sent to the foot ball team two pulled oars in ftltft as vapidly as possible the varsity crew last summer one rewKA carloads at Tampa was class poet another the editor Wnithijspojjo with suf of the Harvard Crimson but they icienc gurnto arm 30000 troops all have left their classes only two M an Qbstchc imurhtiluu months before graduating and arc 1aFrUqvtFea that there now privates in the United States t1 Wloi for the President army at 13 a month and rations i ma obboieskels of our to avinovnfw n t act to A local clergyman asserts in a reqepitnc mijitia of the sermon the other day that there are only eleven or twelve real ideas Uteft and IhafcGeii rii That Isnt one pf ordnance tind th o lmtH world represent Jiimyul4 fo 5 - No Â¬ nd cartridge they sent with thcSnV Naturally this gives consid- Â¬ erable concern and Senator Haw ley and Representative Hull chair- Â¬ men of the military committees of the two houses were sent for in great haste this morning to have the situation explained to them The President urged to pass a law to day authorizing him to arm the Caban insurgents in order that the movement might be pushed as rapidly as possible While there has been no corre- Â¬ spondence on the subject and very little discussion the President is convinced that it Germany or Prance should interfere in any way with our policy in the Phillipine is- Â¬ lands Great Britian Japan and probably Russia would be with us There is no expectation of interfer- Â¬ ence from any quarter and the pol- Â¬ icy of this government will be The framed upon that theory to offer President does not intend any opportunity for criticism from Uncle Sam the European powers will go right along minding his own business and assuming the respon- Â¬ sibility of his own acts with refer- Â¬ ence to the Phillipine islands just as if there was no interest felt in the subject by any other nation Gen Lee will not be satisfied with the commission of a major gen Â¬ eral unless he can go to the front He told me the other day when he was here that he did not want 1o drill volunteers but to fight Spain and if it was true as supposed that the volunteer generals were to be kept in camp all summer teach Â¬ ing militiamen to turn out there toes when they walk and say sir when tllcy answer a question he would throw up the job He de- Â¬ clared that he would rather go to Cuba as a private in the ranks than stay at home as a major gen Â¬ eral Representative Wheeler feels the same way He will have an at- Â¬ tack of nervous prostration when he discovers that the regulars are going to do all the fighting and the volunteers are only to furnish a bullet ALFONSO ESCAPES TO LEAVESATURDAY Capt SKIRMISH IN CUBA WITH HALF A MILLION The Leyden Send Leaden Bullets Into Spaniards Feland Receives Orders From Gen Collier Key West Fla May 5 The United States dispatch boat Leyden Readied Porto Rico Before Sampson Could sent to Cuba the United States Government early in the week re- Â¬ turned here from Cuba at 4 oclock this morning with four of the six Intercew Her Cuban scouts who left here in a mission last Monday The other scouts were landed with those who i FURIOUS RIOTING AT MADRID PORTENDS THE DYNASTYS have returned and communication was established with the insurgent forces under Gen Pedrp Delgado DOOM The Leyden was twice fired upon She bears bullet marks on her smokestack The Spaniards who Another Spanish opened fire on the dispatch boat Queen Regent May Resign at any Moment were driven back by the insurgents Spy Captured- - Nictheroyl Sails North From Rio Latham Light Ouards To Hove on Lexington 84 Strong fir Lathams Letter Adjitant General Collier telegraphed Capt Feland command ing Company D Third Regiment yesterday that his Company would be ordered to move on Saturday Transportation will be furnished Â¬ Â¬ t -- for 84 men and the Southern rail- Â¬ road has the contract for trans- Â¬ More conferring Special At close of office hours nothing Gen Shatter Sails From Key Washington D C May 5 West on the Olivette had been heard from Dewey No news of Sampsons fleet Belief that it has gone to the assistance of the Oregon Fla May 5 The Navy Department believes now Cape Verde fleet has returned to Tampa steamer Olivette which has been Cadiz lying at the docks at Port Tampa Spainwill soon issue a decree forbidding the export of wheat with banked fires for several days Porto Rico will be siezed soon sailed suddenly to day for Key San Juan West On board were Lieut Col and Mobs in Madrid Riots W H Lawton of Gen Shaffers Inspector General of the May 5 Special The whole city is in a panic A rush on staff Madrid Southwestern district and Commo- Â¬ the bank by holders of notes began early this morning The bank is dore Watson cashing notes in silver as fast as possible but danger from the immense On account of the near approach crowd is imminent and troops have been ordered to the scene of the time when the United States A revolution is expected before the midnight hour Everything points troops wilhbe called upon to effect to that serious result of the riots and turmoil in this and other cities in a landing in Cuba and the fact that Col Lawton is on Gen Sha- Â¬ Spain of signifi- Â¬ If news of another Spanish defeat comes it is believed no power can ffers staff a good deal cance is attached to the departure stay the upheaval which will shake down the monarchy The situation It is supposed that Col Lawtons groys more serious and the scenes more exciting hourly The military trip is for the purpose of gathering is held in readiness in many public places to put down the populacebut all the information possible as to it is thought that epen force can hardly quell the enraged public now the movements of the Spanish fleet In two or three cities strikes or rioters and the trobps have clashed and the disposition of the Spanish forces in Cuba Riots are occurring at many places Martial law has been proclaimed at Carthagena LACKS CONFIRMATION At Murcia thirty miles from Carthagena 81000 miners are rioting and Another Rumor By Way of San a conflict with he troops has occurred Francisco Burrows Leaks 6 San Francisco May 5 News Washington May 5 There were many conferences between the came from Mare island navy yard President and Senators and Representatives sto day The first comer last night that makes it certain the was Senator Burrows of Michigan who cametto present some friends navy department has received at Everything is moving along least a brief report from Admiral As he left he said tc thePresideot smoothly and well What we want now is Porto Rico We ought to Dewey From three different nav- Â¬ al officers it was learned that AdÂ¬ have that to morrow miral Kirkland in charge of the Will it be as soon as that Senator yard received cipher dispatches Yes was the reply Probably in a day or two from Secretary Long this morning They all say that this dispatch an- Â¬ Mobilization Monday nounced that in the battle of Ma Â¬ Lexington Ky May 5 Special Captain Ballance has ordered all nila Dewey lost fifty men killed and three regiments to report here at once and it is expected that the Ken that there were about 100 wounded It further said that none of his tucky volunteers will all be in camp by Monday night if- ordered to report Friday the third Regiment ships suffered serious injury except The Second Regiment al Â¬ the Concord and Petrel on Saturday andit is probable that the First will come Monday though the order has not been issued QUEEN REGENT MAY RESIGN -- porting the troops to Lexington The news was received with the greatest enthusiasm by members of the Company who realize that their suspense is nearly ended and that a definite plan of action has been agreed upon When the news became known that the Company had received or- Â¬ ders to move Saturday Capt Fe Â¬ land was besieged with applica- Â¬ tions for enlistments Few of these applicants however can be en- Â¬ listed as the roster is already con- Â¬ siderably in excess of 100 It will be necessary to leave a large num Â¬ ber of enlisted men behind and the ranks will be still further depleted after the physical examination to which each man will be subjected at Lexington Fully 10 per cent of the volunteers have been reject- Â¬ ed in the other states and it is prob- Â¬ able that this ratio will apply to the Kentucky troops Those Who are rejected will be provided with a days rations and transportation home Capt Feland will carry to Lex- Â¬ ington a company that will be a credit to Hopkinsville and an honor to Kentucky They are young men of fine con- Â¬ nections who have intelligence enough to know what war means and patriotism enough to give their services to their country for the honor of its flag and the cause of an oppressed people With the exception of the raw re- Â¬ cruits the company will compare favorably with any in the State the crack company of the Louisville legion not excepted Military men who have witnessed their workhave not been sparing in compliments on the men and officers of company D I LATHAMS LETTER Noble Sentiments by the Comp- Â¬ anys Generous Patron - Latham Alexander 16 BANKERS 18 Wall Co r ft The Alfonso Escapes Believes That This May Be Neces- Â¬ Madrid May 5 It was announced officially tqjday that the Spanish sary to Save the Dynasty steamer Alfonso XIII said to have troops and a valuable cargo on board has arrived at Porto Rico It was feared she would be captured London May 5 A special dis- Â¬ patch to the Chronical from Vienna I Nictheroy Sails North says that the family of the Queen 1 dispatch received herej from Rio Janeiro Regent of Spain are seriously con- Â¬ Buenos Ayres My announces that the United States dynamite cruiser Nictheroy has sailed sidering the idea of her resigning the regentship with the view to i northward n averting an anti dynastic movement Â¬ fight followed The guard over and saving thctlirone of her son NOW FOR A HANGING powered him but not before the BASEBALL St New York May 3 1898 5A 1 A Spanish Spy Caught Trying to Dynamite a Coal Bunker II Philadelphia Pa May 5 The report that a supposed Spanish spy had been captured aboard the mili Â¬ tary cruiser St Paul at Camps shipyard was confirmed yesterday Who the man is Capt Sigsbee re Â¬ fuses to tell and all that is known of him is that his father is a Span Â¬ iard and that his mother was born on Cuban soil This suspect enlist Â¬ ed some days ago as an oiler and almost from the time of his enlist Â¬ ment was under mispioion on ac- Â¬ count of his peculiar action Late at night a marine who was on watch below decks near the powder magazine discovered the man acjng in a suspicion way around the magazine The marine lost no time in bringing the man to ground and iff hK Ml wf Capt John Feland Jr Latham Light Guards Hopkinsville Ky Dear Sir I beg leave to ac- Â¬ knowledge receipt of the very hand- Â¬ some souvenir from you and your gallant command in the form of a From an artistic group picture standpoint I congratulate Hopkins- Â¬ ville on the excellence of the work I am proud of the gift andbegto assure you and your men of my in Special terest in your organization and in individual member thereof I will YESTERDAY S RESULTS follow your course in the discharge Pittsburgh Chicagp4 6 innings of your duty counting confidently Boston 4 New York 6 and with pride on your manliness All others postponed on account patriotism and courage kf rain With best wishes for your cred Â¬ if itable achievrment and for your continuous preservation I remain STANDING OF THE CLUBS Very sincerely yours WL Jno C Latuxm 7 2 Baltimore 10 3 Cincinnati Dr Bell BelngJJr HpO Chicago Boston 7 7 7 Cleveland v Brooklyn Pittsburg Philadelphia CAPTAIN SIOSDKK suspect received a great gash on the right side pf his face He was taken before Capt Sighee for ex amiuatiou and the caplaitf commlt- - Regiment sincthe reSiBatjoijpf All of Dr Griffith of Owensboro Washington the Regimental officers in tu sec- Â¬ New York 10 Louisville tion favor his appointment and 8 3 St Louis Company D to a man is for him cry came To Dr Bell is splendidly qiialiKeil for the When arm the patriotic girls were Urst the place and enthusiastic iu the caMae to fall iu 5 3 4 4 5 7 4 5 5 4 7 5 7 7 Bell are unrinirhis ntrsrc regimental su rgeon apMmr Thi rtf r ii -- f 59k ane many menus uin KVJ A mi f sav A r ft ttbe 2ail ItentucMan W r- BUILDING AN ELEVATOR Xcmt Mills Will Add a Building SKA jWkj- - Iublltihcd cvtry mornlnir except Mondh OKAS X XBAOHAKaia S Main ty Delivered by carrlore U all iatty it thoi cltyjvt io oekts rait wirex iVIV 55100 10 tylth Cnpncltydf Bushels The Daik r T WILLIAM ROBINSON 1000000 REAL MHMAMMIMMMHMWmNM h Per Annum Per Month r SUBSCRIPTION RATES ThBRBjMONTHSI ttsviV S400 y Per Week t tt -- A cj Tlie Mav Forum lias jftrdhg ta Polo expects to eAvif Toronto for i Although not the ble of contents Madrid to dayj 0 leading item the article which will A Arizona volunteers were the first ddbtless first attract the attention V 4 of the reader will be that by- Mr o be mustered in as regulars Herbert on The Fifty Million Ap- Â¬ Mr We have had occasion to say propriation and it Lessons As you Herberts paper had necessarily to gbefore believe nothing muii sec it in the Kentuckian bo prepared while war matters were in the incipient stage He in It is costing1 us about 2000000 a dorses the Presidents action in re darto waif for Spain tb germ gard to all the expenditures hither Â¬ ufighting distance of our guns to made but expresses the hope that our naval strength will not be One third of the volunteers for frittered away in an attempt tod6v Mhe First Ohio Regiment failed to er immediately every port on the iPaa8 muster Atlantic and the Gulf He contends Nelson refused to scatter DahOSullivan won80p to 2fl0 that as to protect English com- Â¬ his ships iDioif Whrn nnn starts to merce but combined them and de- Â¬ fnunllv ll i f Imvoisew i oik iiic feated the French and Spanish Â¬ MfoC WUvnril P Stanton of Louisville fleets so our ships ought to be comin spite of the clamor was in the fight with Dewey at Ma bined and the Vnila tie was a suhui on the of merchants and seaports hunt- Â¬ ships of the enemy should be Olympia ed and destroyed IM PI Vv new generals are to If all of the The Spanish transport Alfonso take a turn atthe bat the war will century XIII is at the Barbedbes on her be in its infancy when the way to Cuba with 1100 soldiers a ends big lot of supplies tind 5500000 AVednes- - She can stay in a neiitral port only 5131 fit j if May wheat touched took anotner 48 hours and Admiral Sampson has day and yesterday bulge to 150 It is a poor war been ordered to send a force suffi Â¬ cient to take the ship the moment it that doesnt help somebody leaves the three mile limit will undertake to head England China kindly waited until Dewey off any attempt Prance and Aus to make in the way found a stopping place and then is- Â¬ tria may want sued her proclamation of neutrali- Â¬ of aiding Spain China is disposed to be very ty Judge Jno M Taylor has with- Â¬ friendly to the United States despite drawn from the race for governor the fact that Chinese immigrants of Tennessee and McMillin will be are shut out of the United States nominated by acclamation by rigid laws H - Fqrbe J3ro have begun the erection of a jjreat grain elevator Yorthe Acme Mills Excavhtiorpior thevfottndation began yesterday The new building will stand atlhe South end df the main buildings and will be four stories in height It will be constructed of wood and iron the frame being of Reasoned lumber COVered with conjugated iron Kentuekiaii Is the only morning daily paper published within a mdius of 70 miles of Hopkinsville ESTATE AGENT MADE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE I The elevator will have acapacitv Up-to-da- te of one hundred thousand bushels of li c Ji Bright Newsy and News by Wire Up to 2 a m To City Subscribers 10 CentsWeek Delivered moiicy loaned t 6 per cent on first class real estate for a term of 5 years Wo have for sale Borne of the beat building lota in the city and on terras to suit purchasers Prices rouging from 20 to 3000 They are located in nearly every part of the city We nlao havo for salo farms in this and adjoining counties Theso farms are grain r - fil Ji Nick Dlcken Back Mr Nick DiclfenofFairview has taken a position with the Mammoth Shoe Company Clothing Mr Dickeii is one of the most expe- Â¬ rienced and popular salesman in the city having been t connected with the Mammoth1 foncb before and with a large retail establish Â¬ ment in Louisville His old friends are glad to see him back at his old post again IKE SNORTS AXIOflS De Lord uv creation dat jumps eight feet high ever tiiril his wife speaks hant eligble fur the navy Some church membersnvill go in- Si1 to convulsions over deins uv de community den rent houses to de propegators uv evil Some wimen are like ii wasp day air beautiful to behold but wont do to fool wid Some fellers dat boaSt uv their owned by partios who wish tirSeilF Below iB a partial list of them A Fine Farm near Kennedy ji ri Woll improved good land wollwa tercd and timbered 180 acres Price 5400 A Delivered at Your Door by 6 a m Farm of 350 acres on Butter milk Road 1 Eurniiure Furniture Two thirds in fine timbor good mv provomonts well watored mile from ho city Big bargain Price 900 Farm of 106 acres onButler Road Three and one half miles from the pity well improved good orchard and never failing water Price A 75d IlsIK We have the largest- - and most complete stock of newest and latest styles and designs of furniture for the farm of 20 acres on same road SJ miles from tlie city well improv Â¬ ed A good poultry or market gar den farm in good neighborhood Price 400 Â¬ H 5 t- A test vote on an income tax amendment to the revenue bill showed a majority of three votes against the taxation of wealth w fv Gen Weylers brother-in-la- was A uuuilci day on the Argo- N tured the other jfiauta What a pity it was not the m p utcher himself amonir me oinunbn are very their relations and strained Chili has notified Argentine to de- Â¬ cide without delay whether there is to be war or peace Chili and Argentine in The British Consul at Santiago dc Cuba is said to have killed a Spaniard in self defense for which he was out in prison Two British warships are en route to Santiago Admiral Sampson is supposed to be on his way to Porto Rico about 1000 miles from Havana to be on hand when the Spanish fleets put in an appearance corpulency air shorter ongray mat- Â¬ ter dan some skinny fellers When a tree falls on a moonlight night flooding space wid a roaring sound hits nature firing a salute to de queen uv night Some nations ignore wdaker ones till de weak one gits strong den de The management of Hamilton former wants to claim kinaii form College Lexington will ask the an alliance city council to pass a Johnny or- Â¬ Offers to Coal Us dinance similar to the Tennessee Honolulu April 27 via San Fran Â¬ law to prohibit the young men from flirting with the young lady cisco President Dole has sent a lonjr communication to President students McKinley offering to transfer the Line to Princeton Hawaiian Islands to the United The Dawson Springs Telephone States for the nnrnnco of itswar Vvr company has completed its line with Spain and to furnish the frpm Cobb a station on the Illinois American ships of war in Pacific Central R R into Princeton The waters with large quantities of coal company now has stations at Daw- Â¬ supplies and ammunition son Madisonville Cerulean Baln enterprising Real Estate bridgeJulienCobb and other points The and Insurance Agency of Mercer in Christian Caldwell and Hopkins Mercer have added a long distance counties telephone to their already well equiped office Strange Fatality -- Farm of 75 acres on Greenville Road Also a large and well assorted stock of WALL PAPER PICTURE FRAMES ETC Six miles from the city The very beat place iu the neighborhood J BABY CARRIAGES of every style and finish from the cheapest to the finest OUR UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is full and complete with two experienced embalmers Bailey Waller and Wm N Ducker Prompt attention day and night -- timber good water buildinga orclv aru auu in a line state of repair Price 650 A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 Â¬ acres near Elmo Twenty acres of timbor tho remain ing in high slato of cultivation All the buildings in good couditionj splendid neighborhood Price 52200 100 acres 5 Miles From City on Kitchen Waller HOPKINSVILLE KT Russellville Pike Well improved 15 acres of timbor near church and school Price 1800 136 acres on Ducker Mill road mmmmmwmmmmrommmm 65 acres of bottom land 2 good houses 2 barns well watered 15 acres timber Price Dont Do a Thing S JJntil you have seen my new line of imported Dv Plaudit the great son ofllimyar won W the 24th Derby Wednesday in a iield of four He is a Kentucky river Clarksville Times horse the property of John E Mad- Â¬ Forbes Big Boiler den who picked up the nice little A new boiler and engine with 125 stake of 6000 Time 209 horse power capacity isbeingierect of Gen Garcia has occupied the im- Â¬ in the mammoth boiler rooms planing mills portant town or Bayamo with 7000 Forbes Bros The boiler room lias recently population in Santiago de Cuba overhauled and enlarged to Gen Pando withdrew the garrison been accommodate the giant machine and surrendered the tpwh without It is expected that it will be in a light operation by the vmiddle of next Wm Astor Chanler of New York week failing to get his regiment of New A Splendid Paper Yorkers accepted has sailed with three other companions and will go The Homeseekers edition of the direct to Gen Gomez and ask to be Breckinridge News reached our ex Â¬ V allowed to fight under him for Cu Â¬ change table this week It is a The quartette are all magnificent paper amply illustra- Â¬ ba Libre adventurous and very wealthy ted and filled with interesting data touching Breckinridge county Clo men verport and Hardinsburg Bro The Courier Journal makes this Babbage is to be congratulated i nteresiingj notice Sad Death at Crofton The remains of Gen Eli H Murray are now qn route from Bow Â¬ Herbert Kelly of Groflon a pop ling Green to Washington where ular and prosperous citizen died they will be buried in Arlington cemetery within whose Walls lie thiji week of consumption after a He had been the bodiespf many of the nations lingering illness heroes and distinguished mcn married but six months his young The bodypf Gen Murray passed wife surviving him The body was through Louisville1 Tuesday The interred in the family burying interment of Gem Murray in the Arlington cemetery under the con- Â¬ ground trol of the Government is a high A Sure Cure Just as Guaranteed honor to the memory of an illus Â¬ I bought one box of Breal ills trious Kenttickian Jle was a gal Â¬ Briga Â¬ home made Coxa Form candy lant soldierjhavingpeji dier Generarat the age of twenty- - and found it worked all right as cue ysr u iemarKaoie acmeve my girl and I hadnt spoke a word mentforone so young flis entire jflBi life was film Vh iKWors As to each other for two years and now Ooverhbr 6f Utah he wa wldelw ve aro better friends than eveiv I has selr V Jntowa Secretary Algerthe famous would id vise all my friends to try Nsectfd beautiful spot m ly 3dc per box jccnlterv lor yiyAVW m j vvJS Wupnl Cuehla McChrefc ktU hJ f I nHb Miss Pauline Dorset of Williams Mr S D Davis of Kelly a port was drowned in Duck river brother of Isaac Davis is very ill Monday morninjr slipped into the of consumption and his life is des- Â¬ water while engaged in the pastime paired of by his family physicians of gathering most There appears to be a fatality in the shape of drowning which follows this family Mr Dorset has lost three sons with Â¬ in the past fifteen years all of them finding watery graves in Duck SPRING AND SUMMER I SUITINGS 2 guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN- - z SHIP the best that money can secure estate balance in one and 2 years at 6 per cent The best farm in the neighborhood Besides these we have other farms for sale and will take pleasure in showing auy of them to parties wish ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab stracts of titlo furnished all purchaa ers Now is the time to buy real Â¬ 500 cash L1100 DAY STAR f p No 14 South Main J L Tobifi Tailor Three tracts of coal of the mines partially Vein of coal 5 feet thick ity One tract contains one 175 acres lands two doveloped This handsome young Jack make the season of 1898 oil will Illinois It S Will sell at bargains Central Iteasy and on terms Here are fortunes for tho milo within i one 05 ucres fluest qual- Â¬ 000 acres Alt Hi The Locust Grove Farm 800 to insure foal Monov due when fact ib ascer- tuued or maro transferred Care taken to prevout accidents but no re sponsibility should any occur Â¬ n PAGG RICHARDS ing hotel at the famous Dawson Springs Will sell at a bargain or exchange for improved farming land woll located For sale a good first class board Â¬ ing house at Dawson Springs Will sell on easy tormB or exchange for good jiotes Tho owners business compels him to reside elsewhere 80 acre ranch well improved noar Son Diogo Cal Will oxchangofor property in Christian county Ky right men For salo or exchange a good pay I Â¬ M A MASON Tlie Square Ky WANTED 1000000LBS - CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN William Robinson Agt Office Webber Street Hopkinsville Ky j OF WOOL- I Building Materials r i HE PRESENT CRISIS Of All Kinds market price paidt backs turmsiieu as many as Highcs THE POST DISPATCH Ig tlie illy St Louis Paper Willi TtH Own SlnflF nnrrnanmulnnio V LUMBER LIME AND CEMENT in our line yotoyant j Give us a call when you need anything JNO MOAYONi W- 1 At Huvaua Mr Sylvester Scovol At Madrid Mr A E Houghton At Washington Mr Stephen Bonaal At Now York Mr Morton Watkins i at all Points of Interest A W dlAY ARTISTS TtOKSORlAL WKSTSEVENTft Cjlofin tQvytjlfj 4 DAGG WIHHHHHnllMMMMI RICHARDS HOPKINSVILLE KY 15 TUG NEWS OP ME DAY IN - - f frrt mIlpiNa nud everything first- TBKET ELB THE POST eonts a week moroci ny iiuent if seut by msiU-- DISPATCH mvtn days if PO I 4 cents a wet - gsy sq Vm- - JbjiA - T LJ- IJ i KMWWMfM MMWMMMMMi Lgsy Ki1- mm tyiwit -- ssn SKY HIGH llii ROBLEY T Nnw EVANS AT EDWARDS MILL An Enjoyable Picnic By Pembroke People Yesterday - THE GREAT wheat at Liverpool equal to opened at 135 5c higher than yes terday a close Under heavy realiz Â¬ ing it reacted to 131 then under confirmation of rumor that Spain would remit impprtfduties and that Italy rind AutrivHungary would take off their import duties mere was a wild scramble of shorts to cover shovinsr up market 1 2 and 5 cents at a bound until 150 was w Did tne jiigiiuii pi im onn when Hutch cornered the market 4 Chicago Market t Cnpt Iloblcy D Kmuis who gou Into The picnic at Edwards mill Wedcommand of the warship low vice Cnpt Sampson has no rlvnl for popular neaday given by the young- pcbple r ty In Washington or In the navy de- Â¬ of Pembroke and Casky proved partment Of course Cnpt Evnns like in every respect a moat enjoyable almost all United States naval ofllccrs itkms Showing the r State of would like a sharp encounter vith tho event The weather was all that could He hasnt had nny exercise Spnniard GraShs tf Market In IiIh professlpnnl Uuo since tho civil have been desired and tlie spot se- Â¬ and Provisions war inyliich he was hit three or fortr lected for the picnic could not have 11 ii tlmca wilh Hying missiles sefit with been improved upon An elegant tho cdinllments of the confederates v dinner was served on the grounds Tln fnitiln Is nuotcd ns hnvlnir said beneath the shade of the spreading Chicago May 5 On an advance i r KS0 Goes lip Commander of tlie Viiifi Uatli Hlilj Iowa In a iriihtcr from Way Ilaclc Thursday to Bushel - - rA Closing out sale IS STILL GOING Oft Those i 6n6tlier fl M lookinout 6c i for self interest and economy en taking advantage of this cheap sale of strictly first class goods maples s Misses Grace Barr Jennie Barr Among the picknickers were Burnett Messrs McComb Susan McComb Susan Williams Mary Garnett Annie Garnett Annie Hord Bennie Wood Hyde Wood Carrie Lloyd Katie Graham Francis Barr Dr Barker Warren Lander Smedley Bow Kauston Cross Guy Wilson Lewis Morrison Moses Levy At Manufacturers Cost Is a rare opportunity for consumers at this season of the year Our reputation has always been honest goods honest values the best that money can buy and our motto isft James Ogburn m Etta Trabuc George Potter Will Winfree Mr Thompson BurbonAlderson Tl V QUOTATIONS BY RAWLINS BROKERS i CO Qpg Iligt 50 03 34 Closing 1 Ben Garnett CAPT nOBLEY D EVANS Commander of tho United States ship Iowa Mesdames Harry Garnett Garnett Porgy Will Forgy One price in To everybody plain figures Ask and it will county to get some of these bargains No jewing necessary to get the bottom price be given you boy and child in Christian 1 bash Wheat 1 35 1 99 uly Wheat H July Corn Corn 35tf Kept 26 fjuly Oats 11 11 22 I July Pork G July Lard 5 45 50 1 02X 34tf 35 11 25 5 92 5 57 Hattlo- - 26K recently that if he had his way there wouldbo nothing but Spanish talked in hell for the next live years Evans was Q0 In command of the Yorktown dlirlng 5 G2 5 60 July Ribs the late trouble with Chili and he want ed to blow Valparaiso off the earth be MARKET TsOBACCO cause of the insults put upon America by the citizens of that town But the navy department refused and Evans Strong Prices Prevailed On the was commended for the admirable self restraint he exercised Since then he Local Board This Week has had no loe for anything Spanish Evans is generally known as Fighting Shryer sold 23 hhds Bob Evans a pseudonym which lie Hanbery as follows 4-- hhds good Jeaf 1175 dislikes very much He has a limp Barred Avhich he earned during his service with 100090- 0COs nnd other marks 10 hhfis medium 750 730 740 Uncle Sam in the Plymouth of war on his person Evans belongs Of all stylish and dependable in Mens 7il0 650 625 600 590 725 to a Virginia family and when the 5- Rocks suits in Boys and Childrens clothing in hats Hhds common leaf 525 520 south seceded his mother without his 206 to 208 S Main consent sent his resignation to Wash10 500 475 460 in shoes in furnishing goods in qualities that Eggs reduced The young officer however 14 hhds medium to common lugs ington to to 1 for the cannot bo surpassed in variety great enough to suit all tastes at 380360 300 260 240 265 280 persuaded the department theabrogate service it and promptly rejoined 280 280 200 200 170 170 200 Ho has been in the navy 18 years and rest of season shopping easy and profitable to you at the old reliable tobacco by is one of the most dashing and daring Sale of 42 hhds My hens weigh officers in Uncle Sams service as high as 9J lbs Visitors always Whecjer Mills Cp May 4 99 welcome Send for circular its free to 20 Hhds Medium Leaf 1175 TO CATCH HUSBANDS f 22 Â¬ Â¬ --- -I- 35j 27 Shipped This Morning The remains of General Eli H Murray were shipped to the Arl We want every man at Washington ington Cemetery ity tins morning The remains have been in the Ogden vault at Fairview Cometery since the death of GeneralMurray it not having been fully determined until now as to what place should be his final resting place The body was sent to Washington this morning by di- Â¬ rection of the Secretary of War Bowling Green Times VfAMMOTH O LOTHIISTa thats SHOE CO Mo ay ens H Moa yons Big Grand Exposition Store Store 206 to 208 S Â¬ Main 4 prices that make 6 75 RODSAtt HE5CHAM Hopkinsville Kj 15llhdsTCommon Leaf 600 550 5 Hhds Lugs 380to 250 2 Hhds Frosted Lugs lGQto 1- Qt tioulH GirlH Have it llnn VVlilcli PromlHcit Great Things for Its OrlKliiatorn RING 50 TOUACCO NKWS HOPKINSVILLE MAIIKUT Reported by J H Kggleton of dimming AKpfjleton Uoincuriortccl buyoron order ol dealer in and liiiuuloruf leaf tobacco Hopkinsville May 6 The lead- Â¬ ing features this week were the largest offerings and the highest prices of the year TJie highest price beingvlGc There was a Very nice conic of tobacco from the Purchase district- - which is the finest tobacco that comes to the market However the offerings as whole were rather poor A great deal of it showing bad order on ac- Â¬ count of steaming it The steaming business is becoming quite serious as it takes an expert of long expe- Â¬ rience to handle it The demand this week was the best of the year as all the buyers and speculators There has Avere active bidders been some setting done and in eight or ten days more half the entire crop will be pitched as the few days of hot weather has caused the young plants to advance rapidly QUOTATIONS A dozen St Louis girls have formed club which as yet is nameless Only unmarried women are eligible and tho by laws prescribe two things First Each member must try to catch a St Louis man for n husband within a year Second Each member must learn to Iookthree dishes better than they can be cooked anywhere else in town What these dishes shall be is left to I the selection of each member i o they must bo the favorite dishes of the moth Â¬ er of the man whom the girl is anxious to catch m the matrimonial net The map in question is to bo invited to little suppers which the girl is to u 79 ME Grocers Of JNO MO A YON WMMI- LA 1 auk Retail k Magnificent Showing drygoods dress goods shirts ladies muslin and knit underwear cor sets ladies and childrens shoes and hosiery in fact everything that is needed to make your toilet a grand success and at e and FOR Fresli Mies Fisli Etc IT PAYS TO BUY THE BEST CLARKS IS THE PLACE prices considerably smaller than other stores are asking for the same goods Honkinsvil e Gas AND NOTE EAdH OF THEM Calicoes 8 Jo Mens Pants Mens Underwear Lace Curtains Medium lugs Good lugs Low loaf Common leaf Medium leaf Good leaf Pino Loaf K Selections - Trash lugs uommon lugs 5 1 -- j 4 50 50 4 50jf7j 5 50 7 50 5 50 7 fi0 8 50 12 00 10 00 12 001ft Id 00 10 25 14 00 425 hhds 4uuu hurts 237 2 mm 3 50 5 00 7fiS 2 f0 3 50 A TRAP FOR BACHELORS Artlflco by Which They Are to Be Caunht ly Bright St Louis Girls WEEKLY RETORT vyqoU- t Rocoipts for Sales yearsl wook - year Offerings week Rejections for weolc 2083 S70 133 i x Sale of Fine Tobacco Morris and Swann of Graves county ypold six hogshead of to Messrs Jf050 through yesterday Kagsdale a prices opcrCp which do not seem to indicate that the war has seriously effected the were bow as follows 1625 1600 1475t 152a 1475137 Mr Will 1 Ham manager of the circulation department of iheLouia- PiWle Dispatch was in the city yes MWny in the inttfffc tfltMt ex- wJYernfflt paper Mr Hjun wni in VicWrKH Jat night huf Vill re- - tobacc6narjcet The ho rsheacls Previously she must find out ilom him what ib his mothers favorite delicacy Once a month the club meets and the various dishes thut have been heived uro disciibsed ns to their cfllcacy in bringing the eaters thereof to terms Every girl must write out the recipe of tho dishes she has prepared and the one upon which tho unsuspecting beau has expressed greatest praise is llled In the minute book of the club The laws of tlie club says tho Repub Â¬ lic prescribe that nt the end of the year tha unman ied girls shall bo given all tho recipes of dishes with which tho lucky ones have caught their husbands Seme dav the girls hay tiesc rt clpes wiij he published in a cook book with the lmjno of tho man attached who ato thereof and thqn surrendered There will be1 sherbets a la Wiggins grouse a la Walker flitters n Ja Crawford duck a la Lewis and other dainties with fa Â¬ miliar names prepare lIuttlvM Made of Pnnor Bottled uiu now being mndo of paper under a German patent They nre for uso particularly on shipboard where heavy weather works havoo among Beautiful calicoes 4c Iudigo Bluest 4c Lovely Lawna Go Fancy Percales 7 Jo Have opened up their show Good yd tfide Percalea 10c rooms for tho season iu tho Son Islands tho host HOWE BUILDING Main Goods Wo havo tho raoBt beautiful lino of stieet where thoy hayo a stock Ladies Dross Goods that over was ex of the latest improved Our hibited before iu HopkinHville Big Night strongest fortification To see them CJas Ranges For Sale Made of good muBlinwith embroidOf Mens and Boys Spring Clothing Wo have bought to admire them At Cost Price ered collar and cuffs embroider If you want a bargain in your smt them iu patterns and wo havo marked ed box plated front pearl buttous look at these prices and como iu aud Or Will Be Routed tboin down so low that thoy are in the 50c let us show you through our Big and a good length At tlie Nominal Sum of roach of all Men s Fancy Shirts in stiff or soft Clothing department 300 Per Year 50c Mens Suits worth 500 for Kid Gloves bosom 800 WoliDudlo the celebrated lino of Mqns pleated busom tho latest Are also agonts for tho GEN Â¬ Co which nro the 75c stylo aud effect Foster Paul UINE WELSBACH LAMP host manufactured Others that aro simple beautiful 100 Our big sale of Ladies Misses The finest Light in oxistotico Our 150 cloves wo sell at Childrens Mons and Boys Shoos 125 Domestic and Slippers for this spring will bo 100 Our 125 Gloves at We are going to receive next Our 100 Gloves which defy compe tho grandest wo havo over had tho Brown heavy uubloached a good week some very fine A grade 5c chauco of showing iu this city boforo lJUo family Domestic tition wo soil at Clarksville or rather Brfickeft 10 4 Browli Shootiug Wo havo all tho latest Bhades 12c Conio iu and let ub show you through front buggies Come and see theni 9 J BN Foley Go No 108 Main Call on J B Foley Co for any- Â¬ While wefare in war remember that we are waging war on high prices and thing in the ehicle line They Every department is complete have a large stock at No 108 Main that you can save money1 by calling oirus street Opera House block Our line ot surrles cant be beat for the monev we ask vojj for them J B Pomsy Co Lniii Co Dress Â¬ Tho now net curtain with dainty Mens striped Cotton Pants worth We show 50c for 88c border is a favorite now Mens and Boys Jeans Pants for 50c more than fifty patterns of curtains Look at this range of prices 49c75c98o 99o 125 185 100 Egyptian Balbriggan worth 75o a 800 150 175 189150195108 50c 220225248 275 295 298 895 suit for Extra Fancy French Balbriggan 898 and 475 a pair for 50c a garment or a suit for 98c Ask to see them Poles FilEE Mens Shirts Rush Sale Â¬ Shoes and Slippers t For Sale I have some nice family horsea at my stable for sale C H Layne ploss receptacles Origin of runduUim Clock Early Wakefield cabbage plants Pendulum cloaks were invented after for feajo at 10 cents per hundred Galileo stood observing the lump In a wl thi olpce Leav ord church jtwthf ljf to and ft JtlO Moayon lK i V s f W k j the proceedings will be very Inter Â¬ esting I O Sallcc of Caledonia was in The Washington Post has dis- Â¬ Ildnic Strawberries arc at least thq dy Thursday covered that Gen Gomezs wife is ten days late this season MrJ Luoien M The Itppper block corncr Main an American woman born in Ten- NegrpWomahsitAgainst Henderson jyeptcrdaCa ycof weivfct Her maiden name was and Sixth 6tree is UeiiiL painted nessee J MrVrB Slip was the Miss Pink Martin Laylon of foairei ami otherwise ittfftfoved That Brings Down IBiTJ awl KSwflL widow Cline when Gomez met and was in the city yesterday jS Hi V Mr Alex Cox qualified yesterday The Business Mrs Golden of Kelly was shop as executor of the estate bfhis married her in Havana J A Scholars City Hotel proper- Â¬ S Pn ami AnUta Were CrUSllCd ping jn uie citynurnaay nifflther tlfc Slate Mrs Louisa M X V ty was accidentally discovered to Best Goods Fairest Prices MriEliGarrbit of0k GioTc XA JL While Taking Coal From be on fire last Tuesday The fire spent Thursday in the city The regularmonthly meeting of caught from sparks falling upon the Defendants Car Prom any shelf counter or Mrs John Jones of Beverly the City Council will be huVA tc shingle roof near a chimney the i spent yesterday in the city J Mfrhi TlMmdsti impdHSnVmatter soot n tabic in the store we can con- Â¬ of which had previously taken come up is the curfew ordinance fire Mr Leon Levy of Nashyjjle js Sally Reed a colored woman Hied Â¬ The owner of the building ex vince you of this a petition in the Circuit Court spending a few days in the city A recent statement that Mr J J tinguished tile blaze with a bucket Thursday against the Louisville Mrs Lyman McComb and daugh Metcalfe had old his suburban of water The damage is trivial Here Are a Few JExampIos Nashville railroad company claim- Â¬ ter Miss Susie spent unuraiay in place to Mr Jus K McCiurc was a but not covered by insurance wamm ww w iligcUyt ing damages in the sum of 5250 j mfstjkei Mi MCClurcJbdtlght the Cadiz Telephone so the petition a yartI aJ wo facy rcss goods In March 189 JM J UVIVU1 JJHHW tlUJLII 111 HJT XMTt IUC VI A tillfllVi U1IU iHIBi i plaintiff was standing view were siiopping m tne city ivietcaue s Wstates the Blanco says that the Havana a yard for a line of splendid new novelties stylisJJ f with some friends by fie side of a Thursday blockade is harmless but he pro- Â¬ The case of the Statn niminntit been lMl t if and good number of coal cars which had bably will not have to blow down its k Mrs ur Fool anu tiauginer oi Charley Campbell charged Vsidc tracked on the defendants Bainbridgc were shopping in the shooting a brakomanidn the with muzzle to tind out that it is load- Â¬ Ladies jersey ribbed vests lowfneck no sleeves Mracksl in this tity An agent and city yesterday J road was called in the Henderson ed Ex employer of the defendant was on Mrs Tom D Jamison and Miss CircuiiCourt Wednesday and con- one of these cars and was giving Ladies fine bleached lisle vests faced neck andj arms r m in Waugh of Pembroke soentvyester- - tinuedjto aionday X cnnl tn her friendsj throwinin r lii lumpsfrom the car to them i See Alens fine seamless socks fast black and mixtures soft ing this she alleges she asKcu inu Mr Samuel Menifee of Danville erat order requiring all of its con quality fine guage 8 defendants agent to give her some was registered at the Phoenix ho- - ductors to change from winter FIFTH AVENUE IIOTHi Mcns handsome madras laundered negligee shirts summer uniforms byrlay 15 This v J coal j He told her to climb upon the tel yesterday LOUISVILLE ICY nnrl nrpf it Roeillf v ifnn rif flirt of is in accordance with an old cus- Â¬ Mrs Fanny Keenc Roach nest j Hotel In Hie V vrKl Ladies 40 gauge fast black seamless hose Equal to 1 Klcctric Klcvntu iV A that the cars were detached and Evansville k visitfng relatives and tom of the company f 25c goods elsewhere PikuCamiubli Manager W fearing no danger she says she friends in the city The State Universalis Commi- Â¬ Childrens fine fast black and tan hose double knee climbed upon the car to get tlit li of Fair ttee will hold its annuaD session in Mr apil Mrs Jaf Equal to 25c goods elsewhere coalJ Her left foot was resting view were among the visitors in this city beginning May 27 f and JL upon the drawhead of the station the city Thursday AI1 inen towels good size excellent quality continuing three days Eleven ary coal car While in this position Henry Bacon of Louisville rep- - churches will be represented and V a yard Simpsons black and white fancy satinesand in- and while the companys agent was resentingtne csowje Printing and ifei i- - looking at her she claims that Engraving Company was in the digo blue prints n another car driven by a locomotive city Thursday X ft I Exlra vaue saline strP corsets 2 side steels per struck the car on which she Was TCTtw feet fitting I Mr E C Morrow of Clarks ville 52 standing with great force and vio hi Splendid amoskeag A R C fine dress ginghams in new lence Her left foot and ankle were who has one of the large regie con and handsome effects iHrw caught between the drawhcads and tracts in this district arrived in the city last night f crushed She savs that the acci- was due to the carelessness t M issesJIartIalliandtTarrison dent 2 and nc gligencepf the defendant of Bethel Femalcollegej left IaHt agents in failing to signal or warn night for Nashville tu attend the a bell or May music festival her either by blowing a whistle Mrs TC Underwood and son left yesterday aftcrnooj for Tren Â¬ --jFresh Strawberries this mornton to visit Mrs Underwoods aunt ing at Wallis Grocery Mrs Joseph Hatcher I Hon T T Hillman of Birming Agency of dispatch ham Ala passed through the city rQ c yesterday enrouie to Trigg Fur- Â¬ Mr Hugh Wood has Been Ap nace to visit Mrs M E nillman Mrs J D Coleman aiKlSlittleson pointed to Handle the Louis- - John Pettqs of Bells Ky aje on a X ville Daily Dispatch parents visit to Sirs Cojeman Mr andlrs JohnPettusJ inClarks 3 g 3 S- - 3 f3 0 T U CD 4 Mr Wm J Ham manager of the ville circulation department of the Louis- Â¬ Mrs Lizzie Gish ASeargents and ville Dispatch returned to the city her sister Mrs L H Stine left yesterday and settled the matter of yesterday for Paris Mo where i O the Dispatch agency at this place Mrs Seargent will spend several fc H We are anxio is to increase our tiade and are will- Â¬ JMr John Griffith handled the week f i ing to share our profits with our customers and to ac- Â¬ paper vith great success while he Mrs J H 1Kttgler and her-- little conducted a confectionery and news daughter left yesterday morning for complish this hereafter we propose to stand Having sold his establish- Â¬ Marysville Mo where they will ment it became necessary to change spend several months wth Mrs- the agency and Mr Ham has given Kuglers mother it to Mr Hugh Wood spn of Hon Hunter Wood He is an exceeding- Â¬ AT- PRINCETON TO DAY ly sprightly and capable young man and in his hands the interests g W K aJj 3 jj of the great Kentucky Democratic Inier Collegiate DecIamatoryCoh it I jMF i0k lUlll era yfffi tfB a 3 aily will not suffer He will take test A Base Ball Game S vl i If charge of the agency at once SHE WANTS 5250 PERSONAL 0O55IP HERE Km THERE -- Ammunition r f HE j 5 U M mmm mmimkmmtmmmmmmammmmmm - 2iOG Q - 4Qp JC LN tv k A SjJ 4toC XOC Ml XJj I IKp i I - s ammwmmimmwwmmni TlJTii 5p rt Z Qp tU rr0Ksxm y7X sn t Â¬ S13 f H -- g FREE FREE CUBA GIVE COUPONS WITH EACH PURCHASE JfS0gS3ooo z2 1 - S hp ofvisitors Engage your strawberries forv to Princeton e day Two entsof unusual in- Â¬ Sunday at Wallis Grocery terest will take place The annual i Inter Collegiate declamatory con- Â¬ An Heiress Becomes a Nurse test will occur at the Opera House Miss Margaret Chanler a great- - and the ball teams of the fc South grand daughter of the original Jno Kentucky College and the Prince- Â¬ Astor and the sister of Mr Chanler ton Collegiate Institute will play who joined the Cuban volunteers un- Â¬ the second match game der Gen Sanguilly last week has Three colleges will contqst for become a nurse in the Red Cross the declamatory laurels South society end goes with Clara Barton Kentucky the Princeton and May to Cuba Miss Chanler has an in- Â¬ field collecres Each institution come of 65000 a year will have two contestants a lady and gentleman South fu Pull line of all kinds of fresh veir- - College will be representedKentucky by Mr Y tables to day ancl to morrow at H C Beazley and Miss Ella Sha JftVallis Grocery doin The former will declaim i iV The Vagabond Prince and the lat- Â¬ tt H 1 t Patrons of the Louisville ter Aux Italiens Last year our Dispatch college captured both the honors 2m TTrv1 v TTi kai iiuyjl XT1 IS now the AU iuuoitl The students of S K C confident- Â¬ authorized agent of the above ly expect their champions to do as named paper and will see that your much this vear paper is delivered promptly Send The ball Lrame be the econrl your name and address to him on a of a series between the students of postal card and let him bring you the Princeton and S K Q The the bdst newspaper published in the former club was victorious in the south to your door at 50 cents per first game which Was played in this month for the daily Single copies city two weeks ago In the game 3 cents only Sunday copies 5 to day the local team hopes to re Â¬ cents The Dispatch deem itself The following young W D HamManagerCircttlation men compose the club w S Morris catcher Otho Powell There is reason to believe that c U J Morris s s Williamson the gentleman wlio assorted that 3rd b Starling f mi Penick 2dbthe pen is mightier than the sword Vaughn r f Summers 1st b has unduly encouraged the war Russell p A large delegation will go to Princeton from this city MMttSi poets mx f MMHJJI A will be full to the amount of the purchnse cither 1 it be ten cents or m one hundred dollars These coupons when received by the customer and amount aggregates to 20 or more will be exchanged by us for the CUSTOMERS CHOICE OF A SL HfM a large variety of solid Qak Furniture Antique finish Of SJ EJ ta Oo oS2 3 fc fj N y pA p Consisting of rocking chairs book case writing desk table hall rack medicine chest etc For more particular description of the presents call at our store and see them and we will explain how to obtain them free of charge and provide an opportunity to beautify and enrich your home absolutely FRE OF CHARGE - The intelligent public are quick in coming to conclu- Â¬ sions They already know we undersell all competi- Â¬ tors and have no old cheap worn goods Yours Truly f RICHARDS S C0 mi m- 1 - Sfcfl wwssmp The WW yciln fit 8 nays ilit Jjlanco pro ad heftrange frgp 40W to jH0 pokes to give the Americans the vrdfanl txxmed fircVf The Cin-- - laugh burlando ThirshoMUl in- -f teVest the Jiouse mnrinet cum iffmuarb cam word painter is at work Havana still has time to invent Jess time than it takes t write few nesw slang phrases Ohe of hesays thejSincinnatHlessen herpapes e Tf Ui iMI w Willi Bp8i rl iCfc- - fflSKBCR rS T 3 KENTUCKIAN Delivered at Only 10 Cents a Week THE DAILY ourMoor fey 6 eclock B dteb 11V VJI V