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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wiwuw 0 Jiv o JLm NO 8 JT00 Jid Daity ff1 EntmrhiaiL MAT 7 189- 8been prepared for brothers palace V VOIii HOPKIMSYILLE KY STJbIl MOBBING it PRIOE 2 OENTS hef in her Telegrams from thd Austrian Ambassador at Madrid Count Dub sky indicate that the Queen Re ¬ gent is only waiting a suitable mo- - Latham Light Guards Leave enttoquit Spain without detri Over 1 C This Morning ment to the interests of her son Confederates Don the Blue Washington Mav 6 Fin htinrr With Banners Flying Capti he would fear that Congress might French Steamer and to Joe Wheeler was the first of the Beating The Soldier and Drums Boys Will intervene and tangle him up with Major Generals of the volunteer ar ¬ Say Farewell To Day W You wont receive Deweys orders my to be mustered in report in installments Gen Wheeler wns nnf Key Vest i J r G Some people at the navy depart- ¬ If D Wahhiiigton jiiau major ueneral to be mustered Of Jne Armory of cdmpany D into the volunteer army but he the ambassadors andministers at ment are the opinion that theMc was and Cttlloch and the Petrel the two the streets of the city presented also the first ex Confederate officer Washington reflect the views of governments the seizure of the small boats in Deweys squadron THE SPANISH FLEET IS HORLY EXPECTED lAT SAN to receive a commission in the mil- ¬ animated and warlike pictures last their itary service of the United Stn Philippine islands by the United were disabled during the sea fight W night toThe local soldier boys were Villi their approval that they could not be sent to Hong- ¬ bid farewell for a tiine PORri RICO Half an hour later Gen Fitzhu h about JUAN States meets or tnetn perhaps forever to com kong without some repairs and the iee formally took the oath of office unie because they believe that the the city and its familiar scenes mercial importance of the archipel- ¬ delay in receiving news is account- ¬ Alger May Resign The boys were on the streets ago will be greatly increased un- ¬ ed for in that way No word from Commodore DeWv Sinns MnnHniSnanieh Washington May iG There is throughout the day in uniform government which it The secretary of the navy expects der a good and every reason to believe that Secre- ¬ every train brought in But to hear interesting news from Puer- ¬ the new re- ¬ has haver had from Spain tary Alger is soon to retire from cruits from neighboring Riotors Release Prisoners and Djamite Stores for Bread tdwns who there is likely to be trouble if the to Rico by Saturday It is not very the Cabinet the reason assigned had previously enlisted and had United States attempts to transfer far across and the New York might being the inability of the Secretary been notified thit th mn that territory to any other power cover the distance in a dhy but the and the head army officials to agree would move this morning ey west may o Special TheUoynment has instructed Com- the annexa- ¬ big fleet will sail slowly and not Russia would resist Groups upon the policy of the service of young soldiers stood upon tion of the Philippines to Japan Use up its coal to make unnecessary modore Watson to instantly release the Finch Steamer Lafayette and the Should Algers retirement he defi street corners discussing the Germany and France and perhaps speed Admiral Sampson has three send her to Havana under escort The al st turns out to have been nitely plans decided upon the probabili- ¬ of the morrow and the events which Russia also wpuld object to their jobs intrusted to him as near as I an unfotunatemistake ties are that Gen Schofield will be the future might have in Ri- ¬ store for transfer to great Britain and the can find out to capture Puerto called into the Cabinet them All of them were cheerful would oppose co to look out for the safety of the A Frenchman Capj ed latter government however and in the best possible their ownership by any continental Oregon and Marietta and to meet The Pope For Peace Key WestFla May G SpecialThe liyettc ofthe French Gen- ¬ spirits The prospect of wars hor- ¬ ¬ the Spanish armada if it is coming power None of the European govNew York May 6 A Rome rors eral Trans Alantic Company s line a vesslf 3394 tons gross register had no power to chin fhr ir ernments would object to the reten- ¬ over this wav J donMf 4L KIlMPIl bound from Gorunna Spain on April 23 fotavana wascaptured yes- ¬ rpC as ardor ordatqpen their enthu siasm by the United tion of the islands lu COMMODORE WATSON Caph Feland had the re gular Ueen kb terday evening off the latter port by the Uijd States gunboat Anna- ¬ States They would all welcome I I lr waaafe vat7ivJ fill 11 lll LUIIIN1II n j I11II rin TMIl aOUCCUS for an w polis Commander J J Hunker while tryinjL run the blockade after an immediate appeal to the entree of this nation into the the Euro exhibition drill at four oclock and eastern problem as it would divide The Cincinnati Will Be His Flag having previously been warned off She hln board a 4arire number pean powers for mediation in the the boys were cheered as they ship and make it easier responsibilities of passengers and a valuable general cargoksibly containing contra war with America His Holiness is marched by with the steady step to maintain what the diplomats call said to have promised his support band of war and precision of veterans But if there is to Key West Fla May G The an eqUilibrum and that of the powers to obtain an The order had been issued for all The Lafayette which hails from St Nazail France is a line vessel be an independent government es ¬ steamer Olivette reached here last nonorauie solution of the difficulty mmwe wj j i j Wr nr lill cyjlipany lQ 0i m tablished at Manila the United night but was not permitted to en ot the old type blie is o44 ieet long has 44 fl beam and is 28feetdeep Two Little Ones the Armory at 730 o clock Lonrr States will be held responsible for ter the inner harbor owing to the She was built in 18G4 at Greenock of iron before that hour the great hall was Ivey West May G I i r good 6rd6r and the safety of foreign new port regulations governing the r r ii Two little tt jminc iiuiyeiu was uuuuing- ior jtiavana aiivas boarded by an offi prizes were brought in to dav hlled with soldiers their mothers interests there I is not believed movement of vessels during the cer of the Annapolis and warned not to enter 1 port She afterwards They were both Spanish fishing sisters brothers sweethearts and that the Philippines are capable of war Commodore Watson was a frieds And many a sweetheart made an attempt to do so andwas captured lr an exciting chase schooners of no great They are igno passenger on the Olivette self government value the was there and eyes met eyes in Willmington Newport and Moarill took pljn the capture of the Oriente and the Antonio Suarez rant uneducated and depraved A naval officer of high rank told The tender glances and some of the eyes peace- ¬ Jand although naturally a WANT TO FOLLOW DEWEYS the correspondent to night that the Frenchman were moist ful and submissive people are easi division of Admiral Sampsons After an examination of the Lafayettes paplhadbeenmadea prze The old company was airain on Plan Officers and Men on Samp ly aroused by grievances or ap- ¬ squadron already indicated from new iium me rvnuitpuiis was puiccu uh uuiiru i she was sent to Tvev the street underarms marching and One of Washington will in all probability sons tPleet Anxious for peals to their superstition counter marching to the martial mu on this go into effect forthwith Commodore West escorted by the Willmington the Ambassadors speaking Quick Action sic of the soul stirring drum it-H subject last night predicted that Watson will raise his flag on the At ten oclock Capt Feland releas- ¬ Washington May G Since the the United States wouldbe compell- ¬ cruiser Cincinnati and his com- ¬ r 1TT 1 ed the men for an hour issuing-- or- ¬ me cihuniy luii iLy u Aiie seiiime uifit v renirniei Lafayette bv news of Admiral Deweys ed to remain in possession of the mand will include other cruisers brilliant ders islands and that our national pol- ¬ and gunboats out of Cincinnati the gunboat Annapolis caused a distinct sensatih official and dinlo- - dash on the Philhpines reached the to that every man who expected leave this morning should be in icy in regard to outlying colonies Rear Admiral Sampson being com- ¬ maue circles here as it was believed to involve tfcbssibility of more ships of Admiral Sampsons squad- ¬ ron strong pressure has been the armory at 11 oclock sharp would be radically changed by this mander of both divisions is expect- ¬ serious foreign complications than had arisen thilr The soldiers slept on their blank- ¬ brought to bear on the naw rle war In the State Department it was taken as a foreVer 0f a mmuer 0j ed here in a few days partment to allow a similar move ¬ ets in the armory last night At The members of the diplomatic G50 they will march to the I C cases vi a nite uiiiiiucLur iu iuhow ior ims was experience of the ment in the Atlantic and pleas corps and the international lawyers station and take the train for Louis- ¬ blockading forces during the civil v United States have been numerous in favor of per- ¬ here all agreethatthe United States me iacis as reported uie oincmis oi itartment declare mitting a rush on Havana or Porto ville the coaches having arrived xaKing has a right to hold the Philippines positively and in this they are supported by the ujmous voice of the Rico The strategy board in every yesterday for indemnity or annex them to our case has decided with emphatic Dr Bell Leaves naval officials that there can be no question that trafayette was a territory but such annexation unanimity against all such propo Dr Austin Bell received a tele must follow a treaty of peace and blockadcrunnerpure and simple and as such is atui prie TUB CINCINNATI sitions it is pointed out that Ad- ¬ gram last night be with the consent of Spain Of ordering him to re- ¬ miral Deweys decisive operations port at The conditions of tlie Havana course we would have to respect Lexington to day for exam ¬ Serious Complications were rendered compulsory by the ination as to his qualifications the vested rights of foreign nations blockade remains unchanged the for Wn shi no ton Mnv G Tf seems flint Tfrnnre will fl presence of the Spanish ileet at surgeon in the army The news o occasion to in in those islands because in giving line being rigidly kept by the Mont- ¬ 1 me oiiuisu viiiericuu war ii a i eiiit uif heiure of the Manila and the principal achieve- ¬ was received while Co D was giv- ¬ tenere in il O us a title Spain could only transfer gomery and other cruisers under Lf ment to be credited to him is the ing an exhibition drill with hearty her own interests and not the inter- ¬ Capt Converse who is still in tem- ¬ Lafayette cheers by the boys who -t annihilation of that fleet giving were anxious to soldier Dr i nt T7 rencn minister nas protested uguinst oiainuyegj ests of others Having secured a porary command have me v jn spte hint supreme Bell o o control of flie Pwin with them He left on the 11 oclock The censorship of dispatches here n legal title we can dispose of the of the fact that it contained contraband goods aboard ocean train last night for Bowling Qreen continues very strict ¬ islands as we please we can estab The best authority Here is of the opinion that theAi n authorities The strategy board is firm in its ASSAULT AND BATTERY lish an independent government or will not releasetheship in which case very serious j ications mav convictions that the principal task MALCOLM BODDIE DEAD a protectorate or we can sell them of the American navy is to whip Thos HcOavock Considerably result to Jcpan oi England or any other the Spanish navy and as soon as Damaged From Contact nation just as a man can sell real Interment at the Old Homestead an opportunity is afforded no affort The Spanish Fleet Expected 4 With theCatletts estate that he has obtained by leg- willbe spared to accomplish that Near Lafayette San Juan May special Preparations are beini for tje acy purchase or forfeiture- The object There would not be the Thos McGavock col appeared arrival of the Spanish Cape Verde ileet momentairly exljf same rules that govern private in ¬ slightest hesitation in sending Ad- ¬ ui iuiu juuye heaven oi he city Malcolm McNeil Boddie of Chi- ¬ dividuals goyern nations in this re- ¬ miral Sampsons and Commodore court vesterdav and tnkl n Mburn- The HcCulloch Went Back ful story of woes unnumbered spect but before we qan dispose of cago died very suddenly at Waco x i it i nssertetl thsir whin - Minkii iifii I Schleys armorclads pell mell after outrages without end lnnflnn MnvhKnpnnn v the territory wq must get a clear Texas at 3 oclock Wednesday af11 11 nuvii fhn KJnn1 1 ii tnere any t At his instance warrants were I title because a nation like a man ternoon lie was in the habit ol hnnt McCullocii recentlv reached Honir Konc she heard I uuue aim i cnance ot securing a decisive en issued against Harrison Catlett and a would not care to buy into a law- - spending his winters in Waco nurneciuacKK m gagement with them If they were wife and also a son of Catlett It uit and had been there for several in the harbor of San Juan Porto appears from his story that Catlett s Still Nothing Frow Demey wite appeared Mr Boddie was a native be heard from un months PewAwt Rico the American force would be McGavock on at the castle door of G the previous night -- Another day olun Washington H C May Special til he hfnlshcdrlils job nnj ordered tojferush them at any risk and upon admittance said i of this county and was about 40 being refused a veteran JiavrtlfbRker this after- ¬ years of age He was a man of not a word has been heard from Dewey Respecting Sail8 niove biit it Is not proposed to allow the her battered it in with a kettle 1 hen she noon 4He willhfot reportfby iu large means having inherited a ments the department remains mute battleships however impetuous I cue Kettle attacked McGavock with fprtune from his grandfather the i mil ataUments and that is one reason and impatient their commanders J He attempted cfnir fi in inii More Rioting in Spain we dont hear from him Hejde late Malcolm McNeil may be to take chances of disable- amazon to prevent further damage He was in partnership with his stjroyed the fleet on Sunday and Uej Further A i arwAnvu have Madrid May ment by storming coast defenses to his person At this juncture Mrred in He leaves various places took the town on Monday but he brother Jno T Boddie At Murcia a mob tore tlowmthe court rooijjji am which if reduced could not be held and while the combatants were grappled and the engagement was needed two or three days at least two other brothers GeoVgc Bod store with dynamlj js without prompt action of a large at its height Thomas to clean up and take account of died of Lafayette and Nick Bod ¬ released the prisoners and destroyed a Catlett hus arniy nofyet mobilized pand of the woman ljove in sight survey his Vessels ascertain die of Guthrie The latter was tributed its contents Before Admiral Dewey destroyed When he saw fciVCnairs are needed and how with him and came back with the the Spanish Asiatic fleet many re ¬ an full steam the situation he put and arrived at the The Temerarlo Sails tsianus iuai two iroi iheti 4vi off for sunnlies Then body which is due to arrive at vo quests reached Washington from theater of action Then he began P there is a Buenos Ayres May6 Via Gal- ¬ cruisers and three Lportf tie blockading squadron oft Cuba to rain broadsides unon Mc The interment Kood deal of business on Henderson ttf ilay t destroy the batteries which the Gavock fore and aft with his heavy HhoreforhhVto attend to which will take place at the fumily grave ¬ veston Tex The Spanish torpedo will leave Cadiz foik Spanish were rapidly improvising batteries almost demolishing the k cannot be doa gunboat Temerario sailed this chase the Yankees fronlpjj directly in sight of the American latter j a minute He yard near Lafayette Then the consorts will have- to rp - irt MHMIIB IUt Ull- i morning presumably northward hips awl ten days ago Admiral in triumph from the sceneof set sail nr IV ippines and then uomuijjfor victory Sampson was given leava to put an krent countries and the leaders of When McGavock Jr was ap ¬ nia ports Mr Jas S Pnrrish who is end to soltfe work of this character prised of what had happened no re Spanish Bluster h insurgents nmvii - fw n viiiiW known to many people in and about he Civ U at PuntaGorda near Matanscas straightway left Port t McGavock Queeri Ready to WW government and perhaps ar Hopkinsville was married on April Madrid yia Paris May 7 It When he accomplished it with little under sealed orders sailing direct ¬ the cave of a lot df nrlann 2Gto Mrs Horton a very wealthy is alleged that the Government of nj Vienna vMay G Alents or no risks to his own ships re ly to Catletts lie too noniHlodcit peated efforts nMernfflbjBPwlnjf him wlfaJi I yjdow of Brooklyn N V The Cuba and Porto Ricojiave cabled have been waved fit ji hotl for permission for were made to secure lelt a few with his heavy guiis uhd other bombardments Judre Lju to fear a the Queen Regentoif SpaiiRW of some kind but the strategy lioaVd returned to his prt whrlJMfc took place at Chattanoo- - thai thare is np n ncWVS wtim wu mi will adjust mattery bctwn we fciyeruumr Inuata uh4 I gttretta lftiljif of AiilcjMi tiotw ip tboe title arriYen ueiorj aparnnwyij has reuiHttl to recommend fhenu be jlcrciit thl i niii before he makes a report because in the first place he knows thatour government would be especially anxious on the points I mentton and he wants to give then complete sat- ¬ Reason Why the United isfaction and second because No Dewey doesnt like to receive orders States Should Ho is independent self reliant and thinks he knows how things ought vV to be done If he should make a Uln The Conquered Philip- - report and then waitfor instructions Not WE CAN HOiD THEM MR WATSO OFF FOR LEXINGTON 4 TURNED HER LOOSE lowed m M - w Ciay 4 4 t vrf ZZZT 77u I I -- 4 1 - i V TM V f 1 - n L v ji iri i 3 fJ 1 A J 1 A 1 1 - - w - r- i - uii v ¬ UT fu a 1 -- 1 rmnm vF I ftfoe Dail PuWlfthcd crery tnornlntf except Mqnday funtuckiau by Delivered by carriers to nil ON TO PORTO RICO Destination CXA M MSAOKAJ 312 ft Main to omxxjs n parts of Uio city nl of Sampsons Now at Seti Fleet The Daily WiLLl AM i mwm AQKWT wxxx A Pkr m u Annum TrurnvrmTOV XJLTM Thrke Months 400 aB 100 IU Pi Month new shfp Per Week The Gruiser St Ijoq aul Capt Sigs Has gone to the SAMPSONS SQUADRON Division Already Indicated Will do Into Effect at Oncc--sors- hlp of Dispatchers front Spain is said to be short otammu riitibn and unprepared for a naval Key West Fla May 6 A naval not get a search warrant officer of high rank told the corres- ¬ Why ¬ and go to hunt for the Spanish ar- pondent of the Associated Press to battle Washington May 6 Rear Ad- ¬ miral Sampsons fleet is noy sail- VEST rSii JJ eqsl ing under full steam for Porto RicoJ The Capt Verde Meet it to believed bythe officials here is al ¬ Is thd ame port so speeding for1 the manned by a crew in vengeance twililiinva Admiral Sampsons fleeyi schooled snouui arrive nrsi uuu iiuvu uiiiu u take the city before the Spanisl flcetvptrtstfih its appearance oorfaftciilTe slquadrpiv cdi tngbf the battleships Wa aiiil I diaua the cruisers Cincinnati aril Up-to-da- te Dctroit and the dispatcliboat Mat- I S Ketituekiaa only morning daily paper published X radius of 10 miles of Hopkinsville REAL i ESTATE ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Biigiht Newsy and i Money loaned t 6 per cent on first class real estate for a term of S years III mada It is strange none of the yellow journals has thought to come Out on Manila paper Spanish soldiers captured on w Avrnmitn have been sent to Port McPherson 4 night that the division of Admiral Sampsons squadron already indi cated from Washington will in all probability go into effect forthwith Commodore Watson will raise his flag on the cruiser Cincinnati and his conlrnand will conclude other cruisers and gunboats flowerleft Key Westyestcrday tlcy vVere metof thej coagaiby tvo three double turreted monitors tie Puritan and the Amphitrite as soon as this juncture was affcitd the sealed orders Were ftpenli which directed Admiral Sampsdnto sail for Porto Rico andf to eitler dbatroy or jdcclijtfife cbag station as a naval basis before he NV News by Wire Up to 2 a m J1 To City Suhscribers 10 Cents Week Delivered Delivered at Your Door by 6 a m owned by parties who wish to soil Below is a partial list of them A Wo have for sale Bouie pf the beet building lota in the oity sad on terms to suit purchasers Prices ranging from 20 to 3000 They are located in nearly ovory part pf the oityt We also have for ealo farms in this and adjoining counties These farms are Fine Farm near Kennedy m Commodore Remey who will com- ¬ mand the other division of the fleet Russia is said to be very friendly Rear Admiral Samps6n being com Spanish squadron arnven j3 towards the United States and not nander of both divisions is expected The Cane Verde lleet will rim be at all liable to do us any harm here in a few days allowed to land but be engage in The conditions of the Havana open sea There is no doubt but Lexing- ¬ The Spaniards around bepthe nextfireat ton Ky may as well surrender blockade remain unchanged the that this will line being rigidly kept by theMont- - naval battle ThePresidentjifnow The Kentucky troops will be there gomery and the other cruisers thoroughly conviiiSi that theDons in three days under Capt Converse who is still are speeding rapidly for PortKico n ana it was mis Knuwieuge invincible fleet has not in temporary command Spains The censorship of dispatches here caused him to direbfcAdmiralamp since it was drag ¬ yet been located son to speed with alLhaste tcPorto ged out bv the heels from under continues very strict of the gunboat Dol Rico QCapt Lyons Portugals bed phin which has been cruising for There is no concealing te fact Fighting Joe Wheeler has al- ¬ eleven clays along the western coast that the officials here are becoming ready reported for duty and wants of Cuba says there is great activity anxious about the safety ofommo a good place near the front to try on shore throughout that section dore Dewey and his fleet It has word his new commission as a Major and especially in Bayou Hondu now Ibeen four daysince Groups of SpaniardsJ can be seen was received from the Philippine General in blue working on improvised fortifications ilslands Ample time hasejapsed The pictures of Gen Jas H Wil- ¬ of all kinds Earthworks have been fqra vessel sailing from Philip- ¬ son one of McKinleys new gener- ¬ thrown up along the coast and ap- ¬ pines after the engagemenlMonday als show him taken with a plug hat parent preparations against invas- ¬ to have reached BongKon This on Take it off General Some- ¬ ion are being made with the fact thathe ca- body will be sure to ask you where lins out of order adds to School Election To day you got it the general anxiety feltfj The nanual election of two school The idea is entenpned that The Cruiser Charleston now at trustees will take place to day jin tne seconu engageienc ine will convoy the re The polls will be opened at the city j San Francisco American fleet might hjUJ become f lief expedition to Manila Capt H court room from 7 a m till 4 p m disabled or have run at of coal Class has been detailed to command There are three candidates for the It has also been suggeW and this two positions Mers Jno B Gal- I her is prouuuiy uie muse casouauiu breath and W S Davison and Dr theory thus far advance that the Another ultimatum should be sent F M Stites Each candidate will bresence t is need ¬ of the entire She should be given to run independently on a separate to Spain ed in Philippine water and thus understand that if she does not ticket with only one name upon it Commodore Dewey hs been lin- ¬ come over here to be licked that Every white voter will be entitled far kable to secure a vessel ir the pur- ¬ we will send after here to vote for two trustees But little pose of sending infrmation to interest is usually taken in school Private Engleman of the Third Selections and the vote will doubt- ¬ Honr Kong to be trnsmitted to Washington cavalry is on trial at Chattanooga less be very light There are be- ¬ Nevertheless tlieofficials are for desertion and may be shot In tween 900 and 1000 persons in the anxious and the dela of each ad- ¬ will not do to times of war it city entitled to vote ditional day in therteipt of news monkey with Uncle Sam The Secretary of the Navy has adds to the anxiet already felt great En- ¬ ordered Naval Constructor Wm L In the meantime the Jovernment is Sir Charles Dilke the Well improved good land woll wa tered and timbered 180 acres prico 5400 A Farm of 350 acres on Butter ¬ milk Road Two thirds in fine timber good io provoments well watered 8 miles from the city Big bargain Pce L 900 DAGG RICHARD Farm of 106 acres onButler Road Three and ouo half miles from the city woll improved good ordinal and ueverjuilmg water Prico 750 A farm of 20 acres on same road 3J miles from tho city well improv ed A good poultry or market gar den farm in good neighborhood Prico sam ¬ p BUILDERS CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN Farm of 75 acres on Greenvilie I Building Materials Of All Kinds 0 Road Six miles from the city Tho very boHt place in the neighborhood timber trood wuter buildings oiclt ard and m a fine state of repair Price 650 1 A very fine little Farm of 87 2 ¬ acres near Elmo Twenty acres of timber tho remain ing in high slate of cultivation AH the buildings in good condition splendid neighborhood i Prco 100 2200 5 Miles From City oh LUMBER LIME AND CEMENT acres Russellville Pike Well improved 15 acres of timber near church and school PcQ 1800 136 Give us a call when you need anything in our line acres on Ducker Mill road DAGG RICHARDS HGPKINSVILLE KY 65 acres of bottom land 2 good houses 2 barns well watered 15 acres timber Price J m maMm glish authority on international law declares that there is no ground upon which the powers could interfere with the permanent control of the Philippines by Amer- ¬ m IS J ITtf i jirj M m it- - v I 74 sustained in the engagement and in addition to this to raise and re- ¬ C A majority of the House Commit- ¬ pair any of the Spanish ships either tee on Foreign Affairs favor the immediate annexation of Hawaii surrendered or sunk in the engage- ¬ If we are ever to take this Sand- ¬ ment that are capable of being wich off the lunch counter the pres- ¬ navigated again ent time seems a most opportune There is such a surplus of would We need just about such a one be officers that it has been decided coaling station situated as it is to let the Second Kentucky Regi ¬ half way between here and our ment have three Majors W C Philippine possessions Owens D G Colson and J E Al- ¬ len Perhaps the yellowfever or There seems to be no longer room Spanish bullets may soon thin the for doubt that Spain is on the verge boys out a little where they are too of a political upheaval Compared thick in the hill to the troubles at home the rebel ¬ lions in Cuba Porto Rico and the The May issue of Table Talk Philippines and the war with the contains much good reading as well UnitedStates are mere trifles The as helpful information A sample very throne itself is tottering on copy of Table Talk is offered to the brink of a bottomless abyss uny of our readers who will send their address tq Table Talk Pub ¬ It was ah inexcusable piece of lishing Co Philadelphia Pa bad management to let the Alfonso get into Porto Rico without even a The Hanson Bank began bus ¬ convoy and unload a cargo of sup ¬ iness Monday The management plies 1100 soldiers and 500000 in of the institution will be in the The American navy of hands of Messrs C E Morton of money thirty odd ships was within 1000 Madisonville and H F G Roth miles of Porto Rico and ready and rockt f Hanson anxipus to prosecute the war The incompetents at Washington are so The citizens of Morehend have far making the wan jn Cuba a roar J orfirRniKed a commercial club to iboom their ton and county iaffafce instead of r tragedy now at the Union Iron Works San Francisco to proceed at the earliest moment on the steamer City of Pekin just chartered by the Navy Department to meet Commor ica dore Deweys squadron at Manila Mr Kapps will select from the Mare Gen Blanco opened the autono- ¬ Island force a number of the most mist Congress in Cuba this week with much pomp and ceremony but experienced and intelligent work- ¬ men to take with him In addition the chances are that the Congress will have no greater question to he will place on the Pekin a full of deal with than the simple request supply machinetools steel plate and all the materials that are May I gout likely to be needed to make tem- ¬ to a ship in distress The Lexington Daughters of the porary repairs The purpose of the department in American Revolution have already celebrated Deweys victory at Ma- ¬ making this order is to put Commo- ¬ nila Wouldnt it have been better dore Deweys fleet at the earliest to have waited until Deweyhimself possible moment into first class con- ¬ dition repairing all the damage from was Kapps jnaking every prcpaition for the bending of troopslone Philippines as soon as word isreceived from Commodore Dewey Vessels have already been chrtcred at San Francisco and tnxs are waiting on the Pacific coajor orders to move The Govercnt is thoroughly satisfied that it w be necessary to send at least iuOO men to the Philippines in oler to preserve order 500 cash balance in one and 2 years at 6 per cent Tho beat farm in the neighborhood moo THE PALACE Millinery Millinery ¬ Besides these we have other farms for sale and will take pleasure in showing any of them to parties wish ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab stracts of title furnished all purchas ers Now is the time to buy real estate ¬ 600 acres one 175 acres one 05 ueres Al jvithin milo Illinois It Outdoing others Outdoing ouveclvios in vnluo giving Greater Bar will sell at bargains Central Iteasy and on terniB Here are farfamixi fm fhh Mrs CatlierinBass of Warren gains more Bargains tlinn ever bpfor6 We are soiling chenper because right men wo are soiling more We have county who is anit seventy years Three tracts of cool of the mines partially Vein of coal 0 feet thick ity One tract contains lands two developed finest qual- ¬ heard age has justnnpleted va calico quilt that contns 18144 pieces The quilt was ride in the space of a year a The Crusadeis the name of a new tempcrani paper at Glasgow edited by Bvajelist J B Lister who has cpndited several success- ¬ ful local optipcampaigns over the j State Col Lucie Anderson of May field hasfbet seriously ill for sev ¬ eral daysj ai his recovery consid ¬ ered doubtfi of v flats trimmed in the latest styles Sailors in all the new shapes and colors Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming Have you seen our line of new belts Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corsets Hosiery handkerchiefs etc Bargains speak for themselves JVrs Ada Hiayne For sale or exchange a good pay ¬ ing hotel at the famous Dawson Springs Will sell at a bargain or exchange for improved farming land well located For salo a good first clusa board ¬ ing house at Dawson Springs Will sell on easy forms or oxohange for good notes The owners turning compels him to reside elsewhere i0 aero ranch well improved near San Diego Cnl Will oxchaugofar proporry in Christian county Ky William Robinson Agt Office Webber Street THE The Hawville city council has passed fa ufew law and the Plaindealeiis now demandinga LEADER WEDNESDAY MAY Hopkinsville Ky hoglay li Xi Will have a few choice summer patterns on display THE PRESENT CBI8IS Tr THE POST DISPATCH 4 -i liH DIAIl Jack will i Sec them before buying ft Xg ThiB hdsomo young mn m f innnn f 1 QOQ V St Iouig Paper tltc Ouly Theocust Grove Farm J0 MME NAT GAITHER FUURETTE LEW to insure foal if Alone duo whon fact is nscer taitvetu mnro transferred Cnro taken trov0n ncejdeutB but no rb BhoulU why occur 8PSPS Tl Gaither West tobacco I With Its Own Staff Correspondents at nil Points of Interest At Havana J Mr Sylvester Scovol At jviauna Mr A E Houghton JAS WEST At Washington Mr Stephen Bonsai At Now York Mr Morton Watkins TUB NKWfi OF Til PAT IN t f A MASON Ta Miinfni ur fci jiMlfc iiaMiMMttf lA1 J UmMAiA J qwr Ky Liberal advancei commission 1 merchants HOKINSVJLLE KY on Tobacco V Four raontni storaff tt si iri- wmMu DISPATCH 16 cents a week seven davi If de li veml by Hgfmt 00 eeqti a imoU Free u seta uy mU r THE POST i r t Hopklnsvlllc Produce market Santa F Saint SoledadSqlitude Cash prices paid by Ilonkiusvillo Tcmerario Daring morchuuts km a Tortuga Turtle Trinidad Trinity Hams country 7B6 Trocha A narrow path across a Shoulders j4iSS5o Sidea - - U SHORT SPANISH DICTIONARY the Words In the War News Wlt Dlsfftch Mean Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOOD The war had introduced to tho high road neWqpap1 readers of the land a Viscaya Biscay Words the unfamiliar Jtoat o Vita A crossbeam names of Cuban towns and Spanish VueltaAbajo Turned down naval vessels The meaning- and - Lard Country Produce k 66Jo 5J6c 16 4 pronunciation ofBomeof them are Zapata Shoe Washington already familiar but in order that Star the casual reader may better un derstand that which he reads the ALASKAN LAND BILL Star herewith presents the meaning1 of a number of Spanish words off And the Labor Arbitration Pleas truest found in the dispatches As ure Passed By the House to the pronunciation of the Spanish following general rules words the k Y And Butter Eggs xsow 8t camp Thursday To day all of the Plymouth companies of the Second regiment are expected to arrive The Third Rocks regiment will report Saturday and the First on Monday The Board of Eggs reduced Examiners yesterday Medical to 1 for the passed on applicants for surgeons DelLaF Ofthe rest of season equivalent to of the Second regiment They ac- ¬ Don Gentleman My hens weigh cepted Drs Farmer and Winn but the English Mr rejected Dr E L Blackwell of ns high as i lbs Visitors nlwaye Dos Ribs Two rivers Henderson Mustering Officer Bal welcome Send for circular its free El M Tlie RODMAN MEHGHAM Hopklnsvlllc Ky lance wired Gov Bradley to com- ¬ El Cano The prudent El Diario De La Marina The mission another man in Dr Black daily inthepavy wells place but the Governor re- ¬ fused to do so Capt Ballance Engracia Grace J Enseriada Learned says applicants should be commis sioned by the Governor and unless Esmeralda Emerald Estrechos Straits this is done he will make his own K selections Faro Light house v There is much dissat isfaction among the many appli- ¬ Fosos Ditches cants for places owing to the fail- ¬ Fuerte Fort ft i 1 y ix ure to make selections by competi iuror Kager tive examination Capt Ballance FuertecicoV Blocphpuse is Imparcial imperial says all the regiments are to be brought to Lexington at the earli Isla Island FOR est moment because of the fact that f The La a large amount of drilling will be Lit Lucha The light or torch required Fresh Vegetables Fisli Etc Las Palmas The palms IKJ T T Jit egua Leuguu Topics of the Day vJ IT PAYS TO Manila ilijltle hand bracelet Frances E Willard The Best- Manzanillo A little apple tree BUY THE BEST is Known Woman of the Century Matanzas Slaughter CLARKS IS THE PLACE Montserrat A serrated mountain the title of the leading article of the¬ May number of Demorests Maga Moro Moorish Morro Anything that is rounds zine Miss Willard was probably the best belovedaswellasthe best Hopkinsville Gas Negrillo A little negro known woman of the day hence JNtteva New this most comprehensive and sym ¬ Pinzon Fincli AND- ¬ Plaza Des Xrmasljolr of pathetic biography which is beau tifully illustrated will he of special r arms fissifci Pina Del Rio Pine Lh pveoWtlie interest to women all over the Lightning Co ivorld vivefr iffHarriet Monrqes series of articles Pinto Colored Have opened up their bIiow On TiVini1i IVnmon whiirWi 4 Puerto Principe First port TWIV I 1 J rooms for tho season in the uuu nuiiitit illiwgtv iiiui uutny yi Punta Point illustrated by Pfenfhyn Stanlaws HOWE BUILDING Main rPoIo Pole will be completed in this number Palmerito Little nnlm tree street whero they hnvo n Btook The last of the series In Old Age Ptgta Arenas Sandy point of tho lutost improved is an extre mely clever as well Piuga Gifrda Fat point as faithful pen pictureof the French Gas Ranges PMntAjorads Rich port For Sale Contra Costa Opposite the coast Costa Rico Rich coast Cortes Parliament Cuba A cask such as is used for wine or oil i Of the M Del icatuera aug3Z ¬ Beeswax 2022 Tallow 3 Ginaong per lb 222fl 10i Houoy Tub washed wool 2880i Greased 1820 Burry wool 1014 Washington May 6 The House Vogotablea apply Now potatoos per buBhel 50c Every letter iiithcSpanish lan ¬ has disposed of two important 50o The Alaskan Land Cabbage per barrel is given its full value There measures guage Goods Notions Cloth Bill extending the homestead laws Poultry letters are no silent ig etc their nurnhnQnc Old chickonB live per lb is given a liquid slur- ¬ to and providing for certain rail 51Gc The doubt unui in all instance the way rights in the district of Alaska Roosters 21 c epartments ring sound For Kah-yah-- o Turkeys per lb 6c as amended by the Senate and wordCallao is pronounced do Castellar is pronounced agreed upon by the conference was Ducks passed The labor arbitration Grain Ready-To-We- ar Clover per bushel 8 the broad pro- ¬ measure providing for the arbitra- ¬ The letter a takes Oata homo grown per bu 8588c nunciation as in far e takes the tion of labor disputes between em- ¬ 3 a ployes and certain common carriers Corn 85c sound of the English long Dandies made by the best tailors and from Wheat 95c ioy are i is pronounced like the English a bill which had received very wide THE BEST CLOTH ¬ is also y o is long it is pro- indorsement by labor organizations Live atock e as Hoga 8350 nounced oo as in booth Ch is throughout the country received English word the approval of the House A num- ¬ Sheep 250860 sounded as in the Cattle S25504 ber of minor bills were also passed church Calves 3504 r Following is a short dictionary of The House adjourned until Mon- ¬ Hidea and Fura words and phrases for day Spanish GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL Green hidea 67c newspaper readers PLEASE YOU Leaves Hi Home Green salted hideB 8c of trees Alameda A grove Dry flint lf12c BowlingGreen Ky May 6 S Almirante Admiral L Cherry nephew of Profs H H Ariete A battering ram For Sale and T C Cherry of the Southern Armada Fleet I have some nice family horses at Normal School is gone and no one Arroyo A small river my stable for sale C H Layne knows where Several days ago Attdaz Bold audacious The oldest person in the county he enlisted in Company A here but Azor Goshawk a bird is said to be Aunt Seney Vert Honda Deep bay hts father Rev J Cherry opposed vBahia his going as he is young about 17 ner colored of Minerva who will Banco Bank and not very healthy He was ac- ¬ be 102 years old August 7 Mays Bando Proclamation cordingly rejected and has since ville Bulletin Benita A Benedictine nun D5been despondent Yesterday morn- ¬ Blanco White Early Wakefield cabbage plants Little mouth a hole saying he was Bocachico ing he left Of all stylish and dependable in Mens Boca Del Rio Mouth of the river going away but gave no idea as to or sale at 10 cents per hundred Leave orders at this office where and has not since been seen Buena Good suits in Boys and Childrens clothing in hats tcta S Main He has been attending school here Covingtons latest school census 206 Buena Ayres Good air in shoes in furnishing goods in qualities thufc 206 to 208 S Main since September He has doubtless shows a total of 17632 children of Buena Ventura Good luck gone where his identity will be un ¬ whom 16335 are white and 1297 Cabanas Cabins or huts surpassed in variety great enough to suit all tastes at prices that make color known to enlist in a Cuban expedi- ¬ colored Cardenas Of a purple This is an increase of shop easy and profitable to you at the old reliable tion as he was extremely anxious 1070 over last year Campos Fields to enlist in the army Pie has an Camarones Shrimps Preparatory to-- going into the older brother Clarence Cherry who Cape Verde Green cape Castellar Fortified by a castle is a member of Company A here army Hon W C Owens has taken V His father is a prominent minister out a life insurance policy for 20 Casa House of the gospel of the Methodist Epis- ¬ 000 Georgetown Times Calle Street copal Church South and now lives Castillo Castle The Lexington Leader celebrated Catherine at Franklin Ky Catalina its tenth anniversary by issuing a Gebollos Onions triple number Dr Blackwell Sent Home Cienfuegos A hundred fires The Williamsburg company ar- ¬ Ctudad City Barred rived at Lxeington and went into Concha Shell JO WETZS STORE t ¬ graE public See Our The Great Hopkiiisville Mecca For Economical Rttvers - - Bitod 7iwi- uw up-ro-a- ate Cas-tay-y- ar Suits IN SHOES we be tb Best All fit Latest Styles ember the PlaceNext Door to Hardwick1 s g m - yons Grand Exposition thats Mo ay ens - ore Store canne JNO MOAYON Magnifleent Showing n T Of dry ds dress goods shirts ladies muslin and knit underwear cor- wrrB anu uaimren8 slloes and hosiery in fact everything is neeaea ro maKe your toilet a grand success and at rices considerably smaller than other stores are asking for the same goods RING 79 El Rant ICO OTE EACH OF THEM 1 Beautiful calicd Indigo Blues 1 Lovely Lawpa Fancy Percales Good yd wide llB Sea Islands the 1 1 1 vHes 3c a 4C 1 Mens Pants Mens striped Cotton Pants worth 50 7jc Qc Dresslids Wo have the mLtjfui Ladies Dress GocU evor wnB ox hibitel before in nsvillo Our Menfs Night strougest fortificahj fi00 them Mado of good muBliuwith embroidto admiro them Lvo bought ered collar and cuffs ombroidor them in pattorns aLV0 marked od box plated front pearl buttons thorn down so low tiy nro in tho and a good longth 50c reach of all Mens Fancy Shirts in Btiff or soft ii0 0f The new not curtain with dainty BOo for border is a favorite now We ah 38c Men s and BoyB Jeans Pants for 50c more than fifty patterns of curtains Look at this rauge of prices 49c 75c 98c 99c 125 135 100 Egyptian Bjrlbriggan worth 75c a 800 150 175 189150195198 suitVfor coc 220 225218275295 298395 Extra Fancy French Balbritnran ova unci iib a pair fon50c agarmout or a suit for 98o Ask to see them Poles FltEE Lace Curtains Mens Underwear 1 5 it Shirts Big Rush Sale 2 KidG mf - Wohondlo the tQ nQ 0f C0L iro tiQ Foster Paul best manufactured Our 150 gloves wo sil 125 q Our 125 Gloves whicLompo Our 100 Gloves tition we sol at 1 900 Wo have all the lntlj08 hoBom Mon s pleated b som stylo nndi olfect 750 OthorB that nro Bimple bunutiful 100 Mens and Boys Spring Clothiug If you want a banraiu iu vour nmt look at those priceB and come in nnd let us show you through our Bip Clothing department 50c Mous Suits worth 500 for 300 the latost ¬ Of Shoes and Slippers 4 m atl Domestic Brown Ehoavy uubleachod 1 family Domestic 1 1 104 Brown Sheeting Our big sule of Ladies MHnn Mens aud Boya Shoes and Slippors for this spring will be tho grandest We havo over had the a good fc chauco of showing in this city beforo I2jc Como iu and let ubbIjowvou through Childrens While wo aiUv r0mtfmbor that we are wacrinff wnr nn a that you can savU by calling on us Every department is complete ii- - n0 nA or women past middle life ed ReconcentradoThe cohcentradrf r - At Cost Price Rro Rver f ayo ThunderbiJltr Cuba iftideCubRBiig The surviving members of the Or Will Be Rented Forty first regiment of Kentucky At the Nominal Sum of Federal volunteers held a- - meeting Year at Covington and tendered their 300 Per services to Governor Bradley Are also ngonta far the GEN- - of Nctipprt is arranging for tho tablUhttumt of a free library e vsjLSBA6a ijamp ThMpwt Ijtijftit iu ftiiteuoo mm Jn Moayon 1 r 1 i -- - i r fl V V i rw CURFEW SHALL NOT Bin PERSONAL GOSSIP Mr J V Mathews returned yes tcrday from a business trip to Guth ¬ in ft TnNicrht w -- rie and May Not J JA A Allcnswarth of Henderson Ring at All was day- guest at the Phoenix yester- i b RegulirJiVlMiiniof the City Coun of rHIf - Importance Thccityjcotmcil mi met in regular oooainn Inst niirht in the A f- - V i niiAfl fho bodv to order shortly af- fE ter 8 oclock and the council enter i ed into the business before it with out delay The usual monthly claims were read and allowed The reports of the several city nffirni for the montn enuinir npm 30 were presented accepted and N ordered filed t i The city Treasurer s-- 41i cpui - ihuimu CO showed receipts lor tnc ¬ 19395 cash on hand 519354 To537925 tal 829354 expenditures a balance in Treasury April w de- ¬ 271424 school fund v ficit March 30 1898 balance ex ¬ 99649 penditures for AprilSl12003 total school fund deficit 190442 The report of the chief of police shows that he collected during the month 9830 and that the Judges -- city court room bcra were present 11 f flirt 1TIP111- - Mayor Dabney f - i- Mr A S CaldwelUpcnt several lays with his famllylil Nashville this week Mr Ben Thompson of Evans r Ville is mingling with old frieiKls in this his native city Mpusrs P B Pendleton and Frak Lacey of the Pembroke vicin- ¬ ity were in the city yesterday Hon Jas B Garnett and Jttdgei her qarjyday inhn Folnnd returned last niirhtJ BASE BALJif from Eddy villc where they rittend 1 Special jllfl ed court of Church Squire J S Hanbery rwF YKSTKKDAY S RBSUIrS Hill spent yesterday in the city R E Stamps of Nashville reg- ¬ Bnxklvn 10 Washington 7 nvat the Phoenix yesterday istered Boston 5 New YorjcfiV T4 Mrs Sam E Coleof HarperKan sas sister of Mrs Henry Kraver SiivNriNG of QHE pLUB was in thecity yesterday en route to Hopkinsville Henderson Jour- ¬ Baltimore V nal iSlow Cincinnati Ii j Mrs J C Terryj after spending Chicago several days with her parents re- Boston Cleveland turned to her home gin Hopkinsville Brooklyn ¬ last AVednesday4rPembroke Re- Pitfsburg Philadelphia view I a Washington Edwin W Thomas of Nash- ¬ New York Mr t ville has moved to this city lo live Louisville and has moved into Mrs J P St Louis Thomas house on South Virginia - HOTEL WILLIAMSON of Murray Is at the head of the company v Jno A Holmes of Clarksvillc Oijly a Couple of Quests Arc Left died at Daws6n Springs ycslewlayf With the County Host He was a contrib ¬ aged 51 years utor to theCiarksvillc papers avei the signatuf cof Old Man Tlie Hotel Williamson sometimes Rodgcrsthc fftrect known as the County Bastile1 is v Rev William evangelist Who frequently yMluo not enjoying the large and 4ucra services in this city Willi betn a tive patronage which it had before protracted meetihy ntf James hc j tte session of the Christian In fact nearly all Miles barn near KclldJS on tntl cifc tiit Court k of its guests departed shortly after of May 15th ¬ 3 Maria Oarhctt an aged cblorei the adjournment of court a major woman died at her honitfhear KciJ ity of them going to Eddyville nedV Thursday in thesev5ny sixtl where they will have the advan ¬ vinr of her atrc She Nas tW tage of the river breeze Only two guests remain These nurse of Squire T Mrijjrker 111 Spring Suits IV -- i4 Hii r r wj 0vyuK eUn ui new spring suits is rk t e hitA its yerpbest i ArM now There isnt any thing new or dciirabie missing from our display till h are Russeli the Caldwell county The best and highest priced tailor in the land couldnt offer you better made garments than our white capper who dqcfc hot think the climate of his own county con ducive to his health and safety and Woosley who recently unlocked - - ¬ iS u- the door of his chamber and de serted Air Williamson but was subsequently induced to return John Ezell who was charged with appropriating Sundry articles of apparel from county attorney OthoH Anderson vas yesterday discharged by Judge Cansler the evidence not warranting the court in holding him over V High Aft Make MrtMflanMiaBaHBBBBBnBBaHw Couldnt fit you any better or give you more satisfaction And there e tt C rs ¬ J There is no revelation thatva bachelor wont go to heaven when he dies A bachelor though quite unhappy may be serenely satisfied ¬ isnt anything equal to bur showing any where near hereno such variety nor immense lines i - costs amounted to 2100 The city Judges report is as fol- ¬ Amount fines imposed lows 29550 collected on old fines 43 80 worked out 143 cash on lines 9830 cash by Judge 21 replevied and time allowed 77 Mr Chas Knight made a very humorous address to the council asking to be released from the payment of taxes on a couple of country dogs wrongfully assessed His request was granted by the street Messrs Charles Waller and Al- ¬ bert Myles of Mayfield arrived at 720 last night and enlisted in Com- ¬ pany D andieft for Lexingtonjthis morning immromffimmmmmwi Our Stock is Broken Come In Now While Oufc Dont Wait Till Selection Is Full i l J ifr v M l HERE AND THEKfi Hot Rolls at Millers every eve- ¬ ning - VHN il ill FPaM t W V K 8f itki mi W- mi If Board Saratoga Chips atMillers all By order of the council 2575 of the time cancelled coupons of the bonds Buffaloes croppies and cat fish were burned at J R Rives to day The city attorney was instructed Call on J R Rives for all kinds to draw a curfew ordinance prolonged of early spring vegetables Other routine matters Try Charlotte Russefordinner the session till a late hour Enxis to morrow Gaidreath A VALUABLE RELIC The Mayjterm of the Hopkins cir- ¬ cuit court will convene next Mon ¬ day Call earlv this morninir and ret MarinelRifls From the Wreck choice of early vegetables J R Rives of the Battleship Maine Just received at Thompson Meadows 16 rolls beautiful wall Bought From a Diver By Lieut paper at 5 6 and 7 cents per roll Order a Brick of Cream for din- ¬ Cyrus Radford and Sent to All flavors 3 col- ¬ ner to morrow His Brother ors Galdreatii Enxis Telephone 88 Your Sunday dinner will not be Mr Jas A Radford came into without vegetables found await completed the city yesterday and of the Ring No 11 and get anything you inghim at the express officeone i most interesting relics that has want ever reached this couuty nicest thing you can have The It was a U S marine rifle which for dinner to morrow is a Brick of belonged to one of the gallant men Ice Cream Try it EVAXS GALnREATII who went down with the Maine in Havana harbor It was purchased C JWaddill has been appointed from a diver at Key West by Lieut city attorney at Madisonville to fill Cyrus S Radford of the United out the unexpired term of Judge The diver had Beard States Navy brought it from the wreck at the A new lodge ofKnightsofPythias bottom of the harbor was instituted at Princeton Thurs- ¬ There are marks of the terrific day night by Grand Chancellor J explosion on the piece The stock B Settle s split and a portion of wood Sam Carr a reputable colored abbut the barrel blowu away The man living near Church Hill died magazine is also broken but the The of consumption Thursday after a lock is in perfect condition gtiti is a type of the rifle in use by long illness The cold disagreeable rain of the marine corps of the navy the to 1893 is yesterday caused everybody It latest patent on it being up overcoats and start up made by the Winchester Arms hunt Company and carries a steel bullet fires again of very small caliber It is said The friends of Mr Gus Moore rifles will kill a man at a are glad to see him out after a long that these distance ot two miles and will go confinement from the effects of a through a piece of seasoned oak sprained ankle twenty eight inches in thickness The twenty seventh annual meet ¬ Mr Radford has a relic which ing of the Southwestern Kentucky willgrow in value and in interest in as the yeajrs go by associated as it Medical Association will be held 17 and 18 is with one of the most dramatic Paducah May Get your Sunday vegetables from and terrible events in our national J R Rives history lie has snap beans tomatoes potatoes radishes rhu ¬ An Old Lady Passes Away barb onions lettuce cabbage etc Williams mother of Mrs Lucy For ice cream lemonade mflk and of the late Walker--Williamshake pop on ice gingeralc fruits Pielden Williams of New York and home made candies call at who died a few days ago died in Breslins Candy Kitchen on 9th st Clarksvillc yesterday at the ad- ¬ Western Kentucky Lunatic Asy ¬ vanced age of 80 years lum sues Samuel Wilkins for 350 for board care and lodging to date Death of S D Duyls 1898 22 Mndisonvillti Mr S D Davis a brother of of April Them J Davis died yesteiday near Hustler The Woodruff Planing Mill Com Trait HUK Je wa4 about 40 years unmarried tie died of con- - pany of Cadiz will begin operation oWnd June 1 W B Woodrutl Jprmerlyi t s Millers Cream Bread fresh every day at dP -- m H M VhftkW msmu - vdvl ps Cn 4w Cu bo Y p 2- - I xn 4 a 1 s o Q 3 T ft a o S S S3 2 n CKIl U F - ssgaS agw 5 3 n z- 7Z il 3 3 c S n l U H T -- - 7Z if SS3 p p m M 3 co JET i f J m IBB n 3 to 2e--- i e oo s w S aS g B F 34 em - t mzmrrmmmrrmimm ceT WAimpmRmnwmmmn vi mm -- o him piu Slfe mmw aus 5H0 wtAfLtWISWEAPRETdlO- -- -- Ji5T-fb fL l jrpl n w o n lOOO PAIRS 0f the Celebrated f i Wear Resister Shoes Cb n n JUST RECEIVED Calf Skin and V Kid in all shape toes at 150 200 and 250 COMPANY w M A6- - 2 PETREE SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT The Daily Kertttick PER ypft S - X rfV T