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IV fk -- Z- O -- v TTk Daity NO 9 rt - imttttkimt I VOL 1 HOPKlNSYllLE KT SUNDAY MOENIN JJi U JMi III hfc -- - MAT 8 1898 -- mi PRIOE 2 GENTS C GALLANT DEWEYS REPORT IS IN the farmers were looki ug a little blue over the prospects Now it is GALBREATHSTITES thought that the crop will not fall far behind an average With wheat at 160 and tobacco bringing an excellent pjriee there is no good rea- Â¬ Elected Alembers of The City son for the farmer to kick School Board BAPTIST CONVENTION The Big Gathering In Session at Little Interest Manifested in the Race 397 Votes Were Norfolk Pickpockets Galore mum r VCj is First Reports distress prevails and the revolutionary spirit is snSajhng of COMMUNICATIONS Victory More Brilliant than Represented WILD Ai SCENES r IN SPANISH CORTES---CARLIST- S AND RE F- PUBLICANS WITHDRAW BATTLE t it EXPECTED NEAR - PORTO RICO - Special --The long looked for report May 7 record from Commodore Dewey came this morning andJt was a glorious Washington Di C American valor In brief the Commodore reported officially that his fleet had won ade cisive victory and captured the city of Cavite on one side of Manila bay and established a base of supplies fired On the morning of May 1 his fleet approached Manila and was of the upon by thaforts at Cavite and the Spanish fleet under protection fol Â¬ forts began vigorous attack A naval battle of terrific fierceness His fleet did not lose a lowed and the Americans won a great victory ship but destroyed eleven of the enemys Vessels f The American vessels engaged were flagship Capt C V Gridley Rear Admiral Olympia cruiser of George Dewey Commander-in-Chie- f Baltimore cruiser Capt N M Dyer Boston cruiser Capt Frank Wildes Raleigh cruiser Capt J B Coghlau Concord gunboat Commandera WlkT Petrel gunboat Commander E P Wood ancHhe smaller ships Naushan Zafiro and one or two others The Spanish ships were Reina Christina CastillaVelascoMQntevideoDon Juan de Austria unarmored cruisers Parugua Callao El Cono General Lezo Marques del Duero Sa mar Marlveles Mindoro Manileno Pampoqua Ai ayel Calimaines BalusanLeyte Atalora Alboy and Callao gunboats T general Alavo Manila and Cebu transports rHestimates the loss of life on the Spanish side at 300 while only 6 Americans were killed and a few others wounded In addition to the Spaniards killed 350 were taken prisoners many of them wounded Dewey made a landing and has the prisoners under guard at Cavite and the Island is in his control He has not bombarded Manila but is ready to proceed against it He asks for troops to establish a provis ional government The Cnuser Charleston conveying the City of Pckin will be order dered to leave San Francisco ationceio take supplies and troops The u soMiexs will be under command ofGentfMerriam Commodore Dewey has been appointed an Admiral in recognition of his gallant services and brilliant victory Later News Still Better -The following official report was later given out Manila May 1 Squadron arrived at Manila at daybreak this morning Immediately engaged the enemy and destroyed the following Spanish vessels Reina Christina Castilla Don Antonio de UlloaIsla de Luzon Isla de Cuba General Lezo Marques de Duero Correo Velasco Isla de Mindanao a transport and water battery at Cavite The sqad ron is uninjured and only a few men are slightly wounded Only means of telegraphing is the American consul at Hong Kong I shall commu Â¬ Dewey nicate with him Another Dispatch i y Pr Iurtherjdispatch from Commodore Dewey says Cavite Mayt I have taken possession of Naval Station at Cavite on Philippine Island1 Have destroyed the fortifications at bay entrance patrolling Garrison I control Bay completely and can take city at any time The squadron in excellent health and spirits Spanish loss not fully known but very heavy ISO nicn killed including captain of Reina A- Christina Two hun Â¬ dred and fifty sick and wounded in hospital within our lines Much ex Will protect foreign residents citement at Manila Signed fa DEWEY V Spains Multitude of Wos c I am assisting in protecting SpWlli sick and wounded J Washington DC Spain Riots that began in smaller citieshveMfcsulied Madrid and to day the mobs fired the city and untold dajnage waa done The thts PUwjn Keent to Austria is believed to bAhe next step and J i come a general uprising that can only mean the overthrow of me monarcny May 7Special A ffientcrkjs is at hand iif Mff - j JJi OjLiwr War Developments to aslc for mediation X C Tii UhimWm jjwl tJtttunolil the Qun day at Porto Rco tiLbUhsl Qr6at Norfalk Va May 7 The forty- seventh annual convention of the WMwFi Baptist church met at 10 oclock Cortes broke Up In a Row Friday morning Fully 2500 dele i rj amy luuum IT l if opeciairne cortcs Closed a mosmiproanous ses- Â¬ gates and visitors were present sion Senor Melli Carlist deputy used the quotationMJnfortunate is Ihe old olhcers were re elected the nation whose Kings are boys addingwomen always cause the Jonathan Haralson Alabama pres fall of thrones He refused to withdraw the language and wasexpelled ident Lansing Burrows Georgia O F Greirorv Mnrvlnml scrfo whereupon the Carlists and Republicans withdrew taries Mi T T Eaton offered a resolution The Baltimore Was in it asking that contrary to custom Hong Kong May 7 Special The American shipsvere not dam- Kentucky be allowed to appoint va- Â¬ aged seriously The Baltimore suffered most hots striking her and ex cancies in the board of trustees r ploding on her decks serving This was vigorously op- Â¬ Ti posed by Carter Helm Jones of 5th Sergt ComSergt Kentucky J B Hawthorne of THEYRE OFF CORPORALS Georgia and W E Hatcher of Vm Wiley Jesup Tandy Virginia The Eaton resolution 1st Corp was tabled 2nd Corp fa W H Hester Great enthusiasm was created on JM Coleman Hopkinsville Soldiers are Now 4th Corp 3rd Corp a resolution presented by Hon W In Camp at Lexington PRIVATES J Northern on freedom and relig-Â¬ ious liberty in Cuba and Spain A TrabueAiulersonAB Boulware commission was appointed compos- Â¬ D Brown L CO Brown ed of W E Hatcher of Virginia MK Bullard Large Crowd at the Station to See E H Brown W J Northern and G A Stevens J M Breathitt Gus Breathitt Them Leave Full Roster of Missouri to wait on President Weber Breathitt R II Buckner of the Company McKinley Resolutions were sent J W Ballard Buchanan JE to other religious denominations in C E Barnes C A Brumficld session in Baltimore and New Or- Â¬ R ILClaggett J B Clark J Miller Clark- W J Couch Jr leans The soldier boys are gone The W J Cornelius Ed Claxton Welcome address by Dr M B armory is dark and resounds no AVill Collins J G Daniel Wharton formerly of the Walnut more with the measured tramp the J R Dickerson Henry Fostervr street church Louisville in behalf clank of wars accoutrements and Will Foster W N Gaitherf of Norfolk H E Owens state con the accents of command The F W Gilbert C E Graves vention and Mavor May for the streets seem strangely silent with- Â¬ A M Hedges W T Hardwick city Response by Rev Dr out them and many familiar faces Will Hayes Traux of Texas E II Hester are missed from the accustomed Ilenr Holeman C W Johnson Reports on Sunday school for Â¬ places C E Jackson W H Jenkins eign and home mission boards were There are many sad hearts and Stanley Long J G McRae read by Secretaries Frost William anxious here inIIopkinsviller For R F McDaniel Edgar Morris and Tichenor The reports were the first time in more than thirty Henry Merritt referred to a committee to act on E P Morgan years the meaning of war is Geo kills Win Mills later The house was packed All brought close to the homes and A E Mills are waiting for Whitsitt question Robt Morefield hearts of the people There are R H Nixon which may come up at any moment Perry Newman many vacant chairs at the family TEOvershiner Frank O Prowse It is likely to come up to night af- Â¬ tables and around the family lire E R Powers ter the sermon Treasurer Gcorire F J Pattin sides Felix Robinson S O Rutherford Norton of Louisville submitted a Many a mothers tender thoughts E W Starling GDennis Shaw statistical report showing an ex Â¬ penditure of 289507900 are with the boys who said good Everett Tandy Jack Terry Mem Â¬ bers of the Baptist Southern church bye but yesterday and went away Gano Terry II P Thomas are estimated at 1568000 9770 as if upon a holiday jaunt She Hugh Thompson T C Vancleve gazes into the fire and wonders how Otho Yaughan Sunday schools with 611612 schol- Â¬ Win R Wicks C S Waller ars The meeting then adjourned he is faring and what the outcome Louis Waller Â¬ Jno Winfree will be Many a sweet faced mai WPWinfree Jr till night Edgar Wilkes dens meditates this morning and Henry Wood Louisville is in the lead for the W B Witty meeting place of the convention her thoughts will be divided be- Robt Wilkes tween the scrhion and him who was Tom Witty J A Young Jr next vear bv invitation of the to walk with her to the gate Elon B Zimmer j James Garrity Broadway church wont on Sundays when the sermon was Pickpockets reaped a harvest 1 INTO NEW QUARTEKS done Aud away up there in Lexyesterday from the delegates at the ington no doubt there are those crowded ferries and in public who infancy are walking the streets Telephone Exchange Occupy New places one victim being Dr Slate of Lexington ofIIopkinsville or sitting in their Building System and Ser- Â¬ pews or standingat the familiar WAS ONE SIDED vice Improved gates repeatingthe oldold story for the thousandth time Hopkinsville will soon have a tel- Â¬ Cadiz Bali Club Defeated by Lo- Â¬ With drum beating with ban- Â¬ cal Kids Score 35 to 3 ners flying and with three rousing ephone that is thoroughly in equipmentservice and office com- Â¬ cheers the Latham Light Guards An interesting game of base ball boarded their special cars on the forts The entire floor of the Mpa yon building at the cornor of Ninth was witnessed at Sharpes field I C road yesterday morning- at The 650 As the train pulled out and and Virginia streets will be occu- Â¬ yesterday by a large crowd contesting teams were made up curved around the bank the sol Â¬ pied by the exchange on June diers from car windows waved It is now being improved and re Â¬ from a number of small boys of this The farewell to Hopkinsville and to a modeled with this end in view and city and young men of Cadiz thousand people who had assem Â¬ under the direction of Mr Hines result was a very decided victory bled at the station to bid them the popular local manager Among for the home team the score being good bye and to cheer ihcm as they other great improvements that will 35 to 3 The local club played as be introduced to further the efficien follows left The examination of the Volunteers cy of the service will be the new Ben Winfree s s Howell Rag at Lexington will begin at once and mctalic multiple board and the dale r f Faulkner Goldlhwaite George 2d bj Stanley West 3d b in a few days it is reasonably cer- Â¬ shorter system The Cumberland Telephone Com Â¬ Ilowelb lst b Sam Hayes c Ches- Â¬ tain that a number of mothers and soon build a line from ter Eggleton p Alf Eggeton c f sweethearts in Hopkinsville will pany will Pembroke to Elmo taking in farm Edmund Starling 1 f have their loved ones restored to giving to farm Â¬ them by reason of inability to pass houses enroute and County Shooting Hopkins will place this great ers a iate that Of the Company Roster Thos Barnes a prominent cit convenience within reach of all A izen and mine owner of Nebo was Following is a complete roster of line will also be built to Lafayette the Company revised on the eve of connecting with Herndon Beverly assassinated Friday night while departure Bennettstown and probably How- Â¬ sitting in his room the shot was wv rjiUiN ell Tluis the entire southern por Â¬ tired through the window passing John Fejand tion of Christian county will be in through his head Blood hounds touQh vjth the merchants and peo Â¬ were put on the trail but owing to LIEUTENANTS 13 B Bassett R C Payne ple of the metropolis through the heavy pains they could not track 1st Lieut 2nd Lieut agency of the telephone the crown Â¬ Excitement runs high and an armed SERGEANTS ing triumph of the nineteenth cen Â¬ posse U scouring the country The assassjn will be lynched if caught QeorgeW PholpsC O Prowso tury genius sure as fate 2nd Sergt lat Sergt Wheat Growing Fast Luke Smith has been arrested on HaYry Anderfton Gauo Bullavd nuspjcion and is held for trial h Sergt 3rd Seryt The what crop in this county p0 Barnes U utill alive coaiing Only a fv vretk Wet Lite Waller 4 z the Spanish internal disorders Maj Smith who was sent to sec Gen killed by Spaniards A military dictatorship with Campos at its heacHmaybe the outcome Gomez IwasS captured and Cast BKpr fl1 - The annual election of the two members of the School Board was held yesterday in the City Court room The officers appointed by the council to conduct the election were Messrs George Bradley Clarence Kennedy E B Blake more and Henry Wallace Through- Â¬ out the clay the voting was steady but at no time were the officers crowded The candidates were Messrs Jno B Galbreath W S Davison and Dr Frank M Stites There was no feeling between any of the gen- Â¬ tlemen or their friends and no ele- Â¬ ment of politics intcred into the race Each had been urged by his friends to stand for election Mr Galbreath had served the people acceptably one term and his in- Â¬ dorsement was a compliment to his efficiency and the interest he has evinced in the citys educational afÂ¬ fairs There was never any doubt Between the as to his re election several candidates there was no collusion or understanding They permitted their names to be used by their friends and their tickets were printed separately The total vote while by no means representing the strength of the5 white voters of the city was heav- ier than the vote of last year The polls were closed at 4 oclock and the vote canvassed by the of- Â¬ ficers The result was the election of Mr Galbreath and Bv Stites The vote in detail is as follows 397 Galbreath 7T 290 Stites Davison 227 i i n Stites majority over Davison 63 The total vote last year was 340 Dr Stites is one of the most ac- Â¬ complished young men in the city He is highly educated himself and a believer in higher education He is progressive and public spirited and alive to the interest of the citys schools BASE BALL Special Â¬ yesterdays results Cleveland 9 Louisville 7 1 2nd Cleveland 14 Louisville Boston 13 New York 9 Â¬ Brooklyn 8 Washington Others postponed 2 STANDING OF THE CLUBS Baltimore Cincinnati Chicar Boston WL 7 o 3 4 10 up-to-da- te 7 8 9 7 Cleveland 5 5 4 Pittsburg Philadelphia Washington New York Louisville Cf wlb I Brooklyn 7 5 3 7 5 lt 5 4 o 8 8 12 8 nni VJIr Chicago Market QUOTATIONS BY RAWLINS IIR0KERS I CO Opg 1 50 I Higt 1 I Closing 167 Cash Wheat July Wheat July Corn Sept Corn 102K 34 35 tf 1 70 06 35 35 v I 06 34tf 35 JulyQats July Pork July Lard July Ribs 26 Jd 11 22 27 11 22 26 Ji U 25 5 45 5 60 6 00 5 62 5 92 5 57 Stocks Advance Chicago May 7 StockH all ad Â¬ vanced from 1 to 4 cents to day in consequence of the news of Dewcys victories in the Philippines Air Wooldrldge No Better There has been no change for the better in tho condition of Mr Wooldrldge which is still regarded as very serious iv Wnvnt ivflTfifu urn Mrtf- rpflrwl ftt1 4 ft the same reason that bicycles arsv - A -- i - a trO it 1 T Ibe 2ail ttentUcWan 1A9 v 1 FIFTY THOUSAND PEOPLE I It Win Attend the Great Endenvor at Jfie- - HVYS5i u n VI f r r tnEsfi H W XKHIWSf VJBw shed every mornltiff except wonuay by QIO a nw Main -- ffLAAVmAl r JU I Delivered ly carrier 10 cmxx to all parts of tho elty fleeting In Duly Seventeenth International Chifstlan Endeavor Convention AIM 4 Xlp meets in Nashville thisjcar The Daily k t Ml N4 wiLLiAM txk yrxxx Vf J llifr Ik i ll Or EH JLONtu 11 I I simscitirTiowr Per Week 85 i rati Ai 7T W s i fffr atW- L - a r H v has ricver been n the habit of Uncling fault with its T - n onnrrillV tlllCCll fi j iiiiuuiia hilntfk pretty much as they have I I 4 in untmiiwi wnu Tqiiiuiunvi wf tsviora It io not out of place here Shoiifffjto say that Tub Daily Ken- hcffkNTUCKAN I- ai w 4- ItJCKIANlB not men i K freaSnt itshould from the business figthc citv Those who ativer- ise imjt want to do so by decreasng their space in the semi weekly J and ffen many of the subscribers f lwkVt rr and ve nave cnougn ui ur 41 uk makcHhe paper a success ir nw1 nromnt in nnnh- to the Daily the a 1 ictuning - ii m nnor 4 z ML i tTORj atiYance LL - This of course fjweeklyv ft si li- 41 j iiij jasuiutu mc Tlnili mill - mj piymcm 4 i flio- aptni- - brings no it takes - moey to run a daily paper This ne is not being run for glory and unless the people of Hopkinsville jtfwant it bad enough to pay the JialCsum of ten cents a week it iyillbt be run longer than is nec- - establish that fact We therefore decided to make RTaily an experiment and lei future depends upon circum stances If it pays we will keep it go inflif it docs not we will continue n rvtiV to Yun the semi weekly as hereto- foreSind leave the daily field to oth- W This is a plain statement in jaUince and to carry out this idea fKvefihave withdrawn the annual fsubfcription rate for the paper H e daily is properly patronized it If not it will will stav with you Vfmiit asTsoon as we have shown what flight ibe done in daily journalism f to v Sin Wnntrinavillft 4i Tf 3rtimntpcl that S22000000 oi gold mer 1 i Washington is varyingthemonot onyftf war talk by holding a horse show L I mil leave the Yukon this sunv Spanish embassy at London iieilies mat tne yueen Recent in- ijiilffg tends to abdicate S flPhe j 19M v rr SK The Great Council of Kentucky improved Order of Red Men will meet at Winchester Tuesday I Safti ifiSwasfillingitupwithdeadSpaniards J 1ST Cavite where Dewey licked the Danish is not pronounced cavity but it served that purpose while he j V- 1 The revolutionary spirit contin- jttes rife in Spain and the situation is daily growing more alarming for he monarchy fntrt initfiii in nt n tCndeaVorcrS Tliff zctyjg 3 ntid fthenttlilicJ in iVoiferal writes time fcrthe gathering is July 6tlv War Veteran B J Newton The bigÂ¬ toHlth tAt this time more people in the1 Dwenton Herald in flin vm volition citv gest ljullies and scrappers at home tifll do not always make the best sol thail have assembled in any South Coi When quite a youth we ern city in its history dices of the neighbor- Â¬ tivp fRtimiroK nlace the number of knewa young man hood who had the name of being the neonle to be in attendance at5000O greatest fighter in all that part of nnd oven conservative estimates the sWte and yet he was a com- Â¬ hayealways failed to forecast the plete failure as a soldier Upon size of thi crowds who attend these the other hand hand in that meetings a was mjld same community Hopkinsvilles part in the work could of preparation and entertainment mannercd quiet boy who to fight under of the convention will be considera- not be induced any circumstances and was under ble Already the local Union as the ban of coward among all his appointed Nashville committee acquaintances That so called cow- Â¬ which are rapidly getting their ard niade one of the bravest arid work in shape Being situated- on best soldiers in the Eighth Virgin Â¬ the railroad over wich agreatmany ia infantry a regiment that Was of the delegates will pass the En composed of as true material as deavorer of our churches arc be Â¬ ever went to battle ing looked to bythe Nash villt and Boston leaders to perform aiij ac- Â¬ Mayor Lang of Paducah is tive part in helping give the pass Â¬ making a fine record but the Pa Â¬ ing young people a heapty as they go through the6wn ducah New says he has one drawÂ¬ back His size has beeiv the and also to board the trains and cause of many amusing mistakes assist in getting them quickly to and some of them are so laughable assignment when Nashvillb is that the Mayor himself is compelled reached to acknowledge the corn and inIt will be an interesting sight to dulge in a quiet laugh occasionally see the lonir trains of Pullman On one or two occasions visitors sleepers gaily decorated in En Â¬ have sat in his office waitingfor the deavor colors and banners fillbd Mayor to make his appearanceand with enthusiastic young people from when His Honor would inform them the far away West Northwest1 and that he was the gentleman in ques- Â¬ North This being an order station tion the have been known to ex all the trains will be stopped here claim Well Ill be d I thought Our young people will show them he you were the office boy what a Kentucky welcome is depot will be decorated ill the state H B Mantle S D Glascock C E colors and members of- the James Mercer W H Oliver Dr Reception Committee will do all in Willet and several more of our lead- Â¬ their power to make the few min- Â¬ ing citizens have formed a compa- Â¬ utes of their stay here a memorable ny and purchased the lake between time for the visitors Stephenburg and this place They A large number of people from are improving the land surround- Â¬ the city and surroundings will atr ing it and are building a fine club tend the sessions of the conven- Â¬ house Mr Mantle told your cor- Â¬ tion Never has there been a meet- Â¬ respondent that the company pro- Â¬ ing of any kind in the South thafi poses to make a first class summer has brought together as many resort out of the same The lake prominent men as this convention is abundantly stocked with fish and And to have this just at our doors there is fine mineral water at is an opportunity that hundreds hand The capital stock is 5000 should avail themselves of a one East View correspondent in Eliz fare round trip rate or even a abethtown News cheaper one will prevail making the cost of going merely nominal The Telephone says Cadiz has Excellent lodging will be secured worried along since 1820 and had for all who desire to go for 100 to up to this good hour no good reason g150 per day The securing of to glorify or object to her name this advantage is not confined to Now when it is remembered that we ICndeavorers alone but all who were named for that Spanish sea- Â¬ want accommodations reserved for port whence issue forth fleets of them can make the arrangements warships to destroy us and still by applying to the local Transpor- Â¬ more a veritable hot bed of Spanish tation Committeeman perfidy and cruelty we rise to re- Â¬ mark that it is more American like POST DISPATCH SNAP SHOTS to have our name changed to someLeiter and Dewey appear to thing else that does not suggest have all the luck such horrid and uncomfortable fan- Â¬ We are going to crack all the cies Suggest something at once - 10 KentaekinT it REAL mmi tvltWlI ESTATE published rv J Si 1 morning lfchiii - miy JpripoiS w dK3V A 14b ABSTRACTS OF TITLE MADE an aciius of 70 miMs ofEopkihsvllle v f Bright Newsy Money loaned at 6 per Jtrf on first class real estate for a term of 5 years Wo havo for salo some of tho aiid-Up-to-d- ate News by Wire Up to 2 a m To City Subscribers 10 Cents building lots in tho oity and on terras to suit purchasers Prices ranging from 20 to 3000 They are loentwl In nearly every part of tho city We also have for sale farms in this and adjoining counties These farms are owned by parlies whowish to soil l3olow is a partial list of them A bt t Fine Farm near Kennedy M Delivered Wisll improved good land wellwa y tored and timbered 180 acrea li I 5400 Price A Farm of 350 acres on Butter- - Delivered at Your Door by 6 a m MMHHMMMIMHIHMIMIaWHMMMnWHNaaMMMMaMMWaHHW milk Road Two thirds in fine timber good ims provoments well watered 8J mile from tho city Big bargain Price 900 welcome O Farm of 106 acres onButler Road PASS RICHARD Â¬ BUILDERS CONTRACTORS fWHU v wm Three and one half miles from the city well improved good orchard and never failing water Price 750 A farm of 20 acres on same road 8J miles from the city well improv- Â¬ ed A good poultry or market gar Â¬ den farm in good neighborhood Price 00 V f Farm of 75 acres on Greenville Road Six miles from the city The very boat piaco in the neighborhood timber good water buildings orch urd and iu u fine state of repair Price 650 A If at ip rk I1M - Building Materials Of All Kinds LUMBER LIME AND CEMENT very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 acres near Elmo Twenty acres of timber the remain- iug in high atuto of cultivation All the building iu good condition splendid neighborhood Price 2200 100 acres 5 Miles From City on Russellville Pike Well improved 15 acres of timber near church and school Price 1800 136 C5 Give us a call when you need anything in our line acres on Ducker Mill road DAGG RICHARDS HOPKINSVILLE KY timber acres of bottom land 2 good houses 2 barns well watered 15 acres Price 500 cash 1100 the palace Millinery J estate balance iu ono and 2 years at 6 per cent The boat farm in the neighborhood Besides these we have other farni9 for sale and will take pleasure iu showing any of them to parties wish ing to buy Surveys Plats aud Ab 8tracts of title furnished all purchaa ers Now is the time to buy real Â¬ Â¬ Millinery Bar-gainsi-rao- re Three tracts of coal of tho mines pur tially Yein of coal 5 feet thick ity 0notructcoutuin8 lands two - i jf The Pope has done all he could j4dvkeep Spain out of trouble He Tias again appealed to the Europe an powers for meditation with America The capture of the French liner Lafayette was an unfortunate in- Â¬ cident that might have led to se- The prompt-bus complications ss with which the ship was im loose was all Corporal Anthony Cleary was m triied that kept down shot iV and killed by a negro named m trouble with France Dennis Burrell at New Orleans and 1j KT The refining of oil began at Oil while resisting arrest the negro i Jlly refinery Wednesday The re shot and killed Policeman Trimp inery is now in better shape than Burrell was finally shot to death by jver before and it is sincerely a posse ioped will be a booming and if glooming success Glasgow Times Edward Meyer and Miss Lizzie Qualbrink were to have been mar- Â¬ ried at Covington Wednesday IJljriVll 4111 41b wttlllii3f7llJlJ lllY failed to show up at rime ciiicfninnd lv Ttirltrp Pn ntr ill in Meyer 1 J HI He the appointed hour and the wedding decision rendered Friday eld that the defect in providing was declared off by the indignant br a longer term Of office for one parents of Miss Qualbrink Ijjbmmissioner than the Constitution A lonely old man a gray cat and icrmits can be remedied and does a toothless dog dont make a home ot invalidate the entire act The W J Lampton in New York go to the Appellate Court ase will Glasgow Times Mr J W Duff of near Hiseville now has some logs in his corn crib doing good duty yet that were in the old Jesse P Murrell school house when he taught school at the old Mt Zion church about half a century ago The logs are still as perfectly sound although they are said to be seventy-five or a hundred years old as the day they were felled ii V r final decision - Truth y McCracken county has decided to ijjohn Meredith theeighteenyear- work the roads by taxation and id son of btroude Meredith of Bee will levy a special tax for that pur J springs Edmonson county was in- - pose Llumy killed Monday under dis- - im ffMfing circumstances Meredith wq young neighbor boys went it EvSiiiirrel huntini and the frimnfnnp fJJheboyq was accidently dlscharg- vfcA Xne tu 10ia t00K euect in fcerwlithH hed blowing out braina John Lively aged thirty five1 years dropped dead of heart failure while sawing railroad ties near Â¬ Benton bachelor because evy Ur heJB Ujiclielor The husband is superior to the husband Outdoing others Outdoing ourselves in value giving Greater tormB liero are fortunes for the Bargains than ever before Wo aro soiling cheaper because right men- Wo have wo are selling more For sale or exchange a good Hav ing hofol at tho famous Dawson Hats trimmed in the latest styles Springs Will soil at a bargain or exchange for improved farming land Sailors in all the new shapes and colors well located J gibbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming For sale a good first class board- Â¬ Wave you seen our line of new belts ing house at Dawson Springs Will Joseph sell on easy terms or oxchango for Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corsets Young Dewey may be pardoned good notes Tho owners business for talking so freely about fath- Â¬ Hosiery handkerchiefs etc Bargains speak for themselves compols him to reside elsowhere jj er every young man has so Jot 30 acre ranch well improved near able a papa San Diego Cal Will exchange for property in Christian county Ky The Green Mountains are several hundred feet higher and their ver- Â¬ William Robinson Agt flWBNBB 0MH9Hw MBMHB nBMM dure so much more distinct since Jl Dewey went to Manila Office Webber Street The 5000 mules enlisted from St ipiui Hopkinsville Ky 1Louis are patriots TljeV nvill go to Cuba as readily as tojYeehaw ken as soon as they are shown the PRESENT CRISIS way i KVill have a few choice summer patterns on display Millionaire Astor Chanler who fcirthas joined the Cubanarmy- will WEDNESDAY WAY doubtless load his gun Vyjth noth Â¬ THE POST DISPATCH ing less valuable than Silver bul- Â¬ See them before buying lets Ig tlie Only Col Roosevelt prefers college St Iouls Paper athletes to cowboys But do not With Its Own Staff CorrospomleuU college boys come very near to cap nt all MME FLEURETTE LEVY At HavanaPoints of Interest erings as wild as anything tlie cow Â¬ Mr Sylvester Scovel i boys do At Madrid The line of Sancho Eanza must NAT QAITHER Mr A Ti3 Hotightou JAS WJ3ST At Washington have died out in Spain Had she Mr Stephen Boiifiiil just a little of Sanchos good sense At Now Yor- kshe would soon be eji joying an hon Â¬ Mr Morton Watkinn orable peace r THP XIJWS OP TIIK DAY IN The President has just stopped TOBACCO COMMISSIONS MERCHANTS the war long enough to appoint two THE POST MSI4TCH more Missouri Postmasters who 15 oeuti a week fuvQ dtVsi if were not wanted by efther tfJUey or er Ji Wdd by agent flO opnte motb Wurner USmtX idrincet nuule oa ToWw- - Four nSJitta ilarire Freo crack Spanish cruisers It is the war cry to be Cooba leebry or Free Cuby Doubtless Don Carlos thinks this whole thing has been especially arÂ¬ ranged for him by Providence Joseph C Breckinridge is one of of the Major Generals There was once a Breckinridge who was not a developed finest qual- Â¬ 000 acres one 175 aores one 65 ucres All within I mile Illinois Central It It Will sell at bargains and on casj fi Mrs A da Iayne - - LLLL - IE - 4 --1i s I Gaither West I - HJLUU A HP rr JCINS ATI AT WORK ring to Make the Grand Army icampaent a Succes3 Viiy Will Currrorthe Wh Will AMKeMlile jh Sch- o each room M r nrvtfW3 WkWi iMnimmi 1 it 1 womens auxiliary organizations the Womens ftcllef Corps and the Ladles TfcrKHy of the 0 A It Portips began contract- Â¬ Irmkcr ing for accommodations In the hotels early last fall and some of the hotels Hifiul clnblnnntl Icttnr1 Army o ilieJfrpilbHc have uhcady disposed of every room E Jnind Lint Cincinnati has fortunntcly a large a naVrfuOfiriilitl t lie world over number of good hotels and Itlsbclleved ctml most inlltien wi tlte greatest ttal oriranlznUon of wui veterans there will be no lack of facilities in that Its nn- - direction ioth lias ever known As for the veterans who prefer to iiuHtnniileivtB lmve become fu- camp out with a mattress only between attractfng visitors from nil parts union both military and civ their bodies and the floor and their The first nost of the Jraiul grips for pillows two classes of free quarters will be provided Tho most was orirunlzwl nt DeCiitiir III 0 l0fl tfnd the first mtllomil en- - Interesting by nil means Is Camp Sher- Â¬ Adjoining the popular summer Inent a very small nmdr wawUeltl man resort Chester park Is u large level field of many acres extent which Is to be transformed Into n tented city with a careful sewage system with electric lights and city water Here It Is pro posed to care for 40000 veterans The many buildings In Chester park will be Used as auxiliaries to the enmp which has been named in honor of Gen William Tecumseh Shermnn The large club house will be used as a restaurant where the veterans enn get n square meal for a quarter or hutches at popu lar prices The amusement hall will be avnilublu for campflres and reunions Cincinnati has about 70 scOiool buildings The use of all of these 1ms been donated by the board of education They will be transformed into lodging houses for the week of September 0 Al ready Uic committee on school build ings of which Cnpt R E Monford president of the board of education and member of the national council INGALIS M of administration G A II is chnlr rman Committee of Arrangements man has assigned to quarters in 20 April 20 18G0 To- - school buildings about 12000 veterans iaiiapollsInd R Is expected that nt leas 40000 vete society lias a membership of erans enn be comfortnblj- lodged in all 320000 divided into 7100 posts nual encampments are attend- - the school buildings of the city The committee on halls and meeting fully 100000 people and made the spontaneous display of places Col Mnx Sllbcrberg chairman n of a tism which must be Intensely has obtained possession of every public hip to the grizzled veterans meeting place In the city and Is now icamnmentof 18tt7 held at Buf-- engaged in assigning the sain1 for Col Silber campflres and reunions Y was in every respect n sueut It is predicted that this years berg Is desirous that all organizations lug which will meet at Cinein- - desiring use of halls will potnb much more centrally lo- than Buffalo will attract the t attendance in the history of the Every one of the 45 depart- mm Â¬ km of visitors while here Gen Goblti a uiercbtuitBS few days ago named the Grand hotel Bacon as national headquarters and ho and Hnms country his family and his staff will occupy Shoulders about 12 large rooms in his hostelry This hotel will also bo headquarters Sides for the two national presidents of the Lard that no undue advantages will betaken Cash prices prtid by IIopkluBvillo This gives nssurnnct Hopkfnsville Produce Harket in Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS t Country Produco v- 45o C6Jc j6c D 7i8o Butter Eggs Now feathera lGc 8c Beeswax Tallow Giusong por lb Honoy j Tub washed wool Greased Burry wool Vegetables Now potatoes per buBhol Cabbage per barrol Poultry- Old chickenB live RoostorB Turkeys per lb DuckB 8082c 2022o 8c JO METZS STORE The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Ruvers 2225 10c 2830c 1820c 10l4c THE PUBLIC Is invited fcoinspecfc my up-to-da- BOc GOc APV 4iitr f J per lb large stock of Spring Diy Goods NotionSvjElloth ing etc before making their purchases Everything new and in all 5JGc K departments 2Jc te 6c 4c nr m Â¬ Â¬ Grain Clover por bushel 8 Oats homo grown por bu 8588c Com 85c Wheat 95c Live stock t Hogs H3gp50 2 50850 Shcop Cattle - V 2K504 Calves 3504 Hides and Furs Green hides G7e Green salted hides 8c Dry Hint in12c See Our They are uDandies Ready-To-We- ar Suits 4 made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH f f IN Si iS we have the GIVE Best All the Latest Styles - US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU Â¬ - For Sale I have some nice family horses at my stable for sale C H Layne Early Wakefield cabbage plants for sale at 10 cents per hundred Leave orders at this office Remember the PlaceNext Door to Hardwicks Moayos Big - make-applic- a- When a New England bank offi cer can steal from a bank for 30 years there must be some people up there who are notas wide awake in money matters as the average New Englander is supposed to be 206 io 208 S Main Grand Exposition Of all Mo ay oils Big of the Grand Army will be repre- and most- of them will parttcl- n the grand parade which will omronhd of Col John I b uobin anon Pa the present comma mi ni ef and Lis personal stair Womens Relief Corps an or- on composed of the wives moth- hters and Bisters of union sol- tJie civil war will hold its an - A compulsory bachelor is to be pitied in the same ratio that a vo- Â¬ luntary one is to be condemned A woman so dislikes a bachelor that she will marry a man to pre- Â¬ vent his becoming one suits in Boys and Childrens clothing in hats 206 to 208 S Main in shoes in furnishing goodsinYualities that cannot be surpassed in variety great enough to suit all tastes at prices that make shopping easy and profitable to you at the old reliable Store thats stylishand dependable in Mens Store Gobin is expect- EDWIN STEVENS Secretary of the Citizens Committee visit Cincinnati soon with his stuff pect the preliminary plans of the tion to htm at as early a date as posbs committee for the thirty sec sible The committee om private ac Eggs reduced iinual encampment of the G A It commodations George Puchta chairwill be his second official visit man will begin shortly a thorough can to 1 for the here in November last he ex- - ass of the homes of the city to find how fed surprise ut the progress al- rest of season As many visitors may be cared for made He found n thorough or tho population of Cincinnati and its My hens weigh ation of prominent business men suburbs now aggregates half a million np high aeOMbs Visitors nlwaye Hon M E Ingalls president of souls the committee anticipates nc welcome Send for circular its free Ohio trouble Whatever In providing umple ig Four and Chesapeake RODMAN MEGHAM Hopkinsvillc Ky ds at their head accommodations of a high class foi the occasion of bis coming visit those visitors who do not care to go mmittee will be nble to outline to to hotels i extent exact j what will be done entertainment The nilcelIaneous way of receiving and entertuln- - committee Charles Logan chairman e old veterans and the thousands Is preparing o make use of the four nds who will come with them to principal resorts Coney summer natl in September of this year Islnild the Zoological gardens the Lagoon nmlGhektSr park and will also providuvspeeial features probably in eluding sham battles on both land nnd hmander-ln-Chie- ting at the same of n number of state de- rfts dlrided Into corps and hns The mbershlp of nbotit 140000 al president is Mrs Agnes Hitt ianapolis The Lndiesof thefl A nother auxiliary to the Grand will meat nt Cincinnati during rat week of September time- Irt Is Bachelors are about as useful as they are beautiful JNO MOAYON A Of It is really fpathetic to see a bachelor love a baby Barred Plymouth Rocks f agnifieent Showing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dry goods dress goods shirts ladies muslin and knit underwear corsets ladies and childrens shoes and hosiery in fact everything that is needed to make your toilet a grand success and at pricesconsiderably smaller than other stores are asking for the same goods 1 RING 79 Clark FOR Andrew Hlckenlo6perwho won bis title by long and distinguished service during tho civil war Is clinlr man of the committee on parade and While the line of march has review not yet been made public it has been selected and opproved ly Commando in Chief Gobin It will be within the prescribed limit of two miles nnd will be eat I rely of streets paved with ns phalt with the exception of only n quar ter of a mile The dny of the parade has not been selected but It will prob ably be Wednesday September 7 The citizens committeo having the arrangements in charge Is thoroughly organized Tt comprises an executive board consisting of Mr Ingnlls chair mnn William B MellsOi executive db rector Casper II Rowo treasurer and if WILLIAM 13 MULISH T Edwin Stevens secretary also 30 jtjvo Director of Citizens Oom membprs each of whom Is chairman of mmeej nt subcommittee which Is conducting Iliree Important features railroad some partoilnr line of work Besides hotel rates and free quarters for the committees named the others are ns have all been satisfactorily as follows with their respective chair V Cherry bureau ked for The committee hits as- - men Auditing yof a rate of one cent a mile of information II D Crone badges InU In the country the tick- - William B Mellsh courtesies state and city Ouotov Tnfel day decorations J wile several days preced A Kohner fireworks F Alms grand inhitt date of the eneamnRtlnbr K orwl riAml ixlflmii stands 7 W Rpblpson horses nnd car Jettjmn for abxjut ten days riages H P Wiborg Invitation and reception Capt J MIU Blair legisla tion Maj George A Vandegrlff rood wU etnbllul iri rjug encampment with author- - IcbI corps Dr J 0 Culbertson music ff A Lee Yl excursion tlukcts malt- - Frank Mllllkln military organizations PM night Illuminations km4 ior f nil so days In art- James PownII clster cities George E iimuNout or Cincinnati v VW8 of arrawglBf CurriesV prqss Joseph T Cnrew prlntt B Gnrpenterj painting and ing I vlsMorexeurjiIon wjt decorating John llarris private ao iice Jimu George Puqhtn pub tel of thfl bltv iftk jMwmodtJops lip order ex foypr John A Culdwells srgnpdblmflnjfqonlraoi ufbltc oomfort W C Johnonstt war y ctmrge only th vf f- - DMreaAlry W HMtfCVtmatt vvomeus Gen I- Â¬ Â¬ -- river f NOTE BACH OF THEM Calicoes Beautiful calicoes - Mens Pants 3ic Mens striped Cotton Pants worth 4c 4o 50o Lace Curtains Iudigo Bluea Lovely Lnwns k r is Fancy Percales 5c Good yd wide Percales Sea IbIiuuIs the bost 7jc 10u lino of Goods that ever was ex Ladies hibitod boforo in ITopkinsvillo Our Big Night PAYS TO strougobt fortification I To seo them Mario of good niUBlinwith embroidOf Mens nnd Boys Spring Clothing Wo have bought BUY THE UEST to admire them ered collar and cuffn embroider If you want a bargain iuyoursmfc them in pnttuniB and we have marked CLARKS IS THE PLACE ed box plated front pearl buttons look at these prices nnd coma in and them down bo low that thoy aro in the ftOi lot us bIiow you through our Big and good length roach of all Mens Fanpj Shirts in stiff or soft Clothing department b 50c Mous Suits worth 500 for bosom u Kid Gloves 800 Hopkinsville Gas WoIkhkIIq tho celebrated liuo of Mens planted bwsom tho latest 75 Cp which nro tho stylo and effect Foster Paul AND- Our big BUo of Ladies Misses Olhors that nraaimplo beautiful lfX best manufactured Childrens Mous nnd Boys SIiooh 125 Our 150 gloves wo sell nt Domestic and Slippors for this spring will b 10C Gloves nt Our 125 tho grandest wo havo over had tho Brown Jhowy unbleached n giod Our 100 Gloves which defy compeMill fit chance of showing in Hub city before 00u family Domestic tition wo sell at 10 1 Browu Shooting 12J dome in und let us ehow vou through Havo opened up their show 1 Wo have nil the latest shades rooms for tho season in tho nOWE BUILDING Main in war remember that we arc waging war on high prices and While Rtreot whoro thoy have a Rtock that yo cansjivo money by uamng on us Kvory department is complete of tho latest improved Flush Wis IT Dress Goods Fisli Etc We have the most beautiful Dre9S The new uet curtniu with daiuty border is a favorite now Wo show 38c for Mens nnd Boys Jeaus Pants for 50c more than fifty patterns of curtninB Look nt this range of prices Menls 49c 75c 98c 99c 125 185 100 8 00 160 175 189150195198 75c a Egyptian Blbnggan worth 50c 220225248 275 295 298 395 siut for Extra Fancy French Balbriggan 898 and 475 a pair AHk to see thqm for 50c agarment or a suit for 98t Poles FilEE Underwear Mens 11 Shirts Rush Sale Â¬ Â¬ Shoes and Slippers Lightning Ware Gns Ranges For Sale At Cost Price ov Or Will Be Rented At tlie Nominal Stun of 300 Ptr Year An v ywm ti that cny bt ttui iU1 itttUfcwy CopgrwNUoan Jftoob H Brow- - fnr tlii GEN 0INE WELSpBACH LAMP nlo Hjfnt JnoMoayoti mtj wMWYOKCE St - tsiijmtVitivttDiKtitfS aMWM SiA- SDITSI PERSONAL CiOSSIP MALCOLM NODDIES FUNERAL Were Filed In the Circuit Yesterday krowltftf Gus Moore of The fequitnft spent Attended by Many Frlcndillroqiiois Cl SttuiA in the cityn yesterday Court Mr Jclito C Willis of Pembroke Beautiful Floral Tribute c was in the city yestcrdav Interment of- the The funeral late Malcolm Boddies bolvwho Mrs McKinncy of Cadiz visitcd died Wcdriiidtiy whileoriaMsit to friends in the city yesterday Waco TexrtBYtook place Me oltl J Mrs Meredith of Fruit Hill Waff McNeil homestead twortulei east In the city shopping yesterday Of Lafayette yesterday ijlie body Mr 1 C Underwood left last arrived on the previotucvening in night for Trenton to spent Sunday charge of Mr Nick Bqddio a broth Mrs John Garnett of Peilibroke cr of the deceased whovas with was shopping in the city yesterday him at the time of his adtatul pre Mr Robert Fletcher of Louis- Â¬ ature death Tlie funeral servieesfwere brief ville is a gues t at the Phoenix ho- Â¬ but very impressiVetind1jeautjful tel They were conluJCiX Rev Mr Hunter Wood went to Jpddy Granville Lyon pastor of the Meth- Â¬ villc on professional business this odist church at Lafayette assisted morning by the pastor of Asburyv Methodist Mrs Frank Bassett anil Miss church the deceaelt4liaving affil Â¬ Lula Graves arc visiting relatives iated with that dehomiiiatioh Many at Pembroke loral offerings oFgexquisite design Tnlm Y Owslevs smiiing face rested upon theaket fragrant was seen upon the streets of the testimonials of thcoyeland esteem city yesterday of those who Vvjajl been asso- Â¬ is aVtfiome af- Â¬ ciated with himnlife Among Miss Patty Flack ter a pieasant visit to Miss Frances the most beautiMlKand costly of v these was the tiubut of the Iro Thompson of Cadiz Caskj was quois club of Chicago which was Mr T L Graham of by one of the numerous visitors in the represented the MjrRivers McNeil a cousin of deceased city yesterday The funeral walattendedbv a Mesdames Julia 7 Baker and ilarge number ofjfriehlfs from the Â¬ Arthur Henry of Julien spent yes community where Mr Boddie was born and reared and where his terday in the city memory will live and the noble Mr A P Crockett isjui Lexing- Â¬ ton attending the State Convention of the Epworth League Mrs I M Whitaker ana ins Frank Perry of Casky were shop Â¬ ping in the city yesterday - 1Si m MissLela Harnett atives near Farrvicw ta visiting rel Â¬ al Abandonment and Infidelity Arc V bljargcdrr tansfcrs of Real ff Property - -- J of Two divorce suits were filed Jii lUuHtles tf lllst heart Will not BoOri ba orgottcn DecMMatoiy CMli5t The aifriual inter cbllegiatc de Â¬ clamatory contest including the Western Kentucky colleges waa held at Princeton Friday night The honors were captured by the MayfiejeolIege represented in the contestby Mr J E Davis and Miss Lillian Wolff Thbgamo of baseball between South Kentucky College and Princeton collegiate institute was not played on account of the rain l jfjUtf Ammunition ri 11 S Illffili Thi Business V BMtGoods Fairest Prices Froni my shelf counler or table in the stores wo can Vince you of this con the equity division the Circuit w w i iv 3 Court yesterday R P Messimer asks for an abso Â¬ lute divorce from his wife Tishcy Mcssimer They were married on May 1st 1895 in this county and have since resided here On May 1st 1897 his petition alleges the defendant without cajise on his hart abandoned htm anu nas since lived separately from him The parties to the action live near Dawson wants a divorce Alex Lacy Nellie Lacy They from his spouse were married in 1886 His peti- Â¬ tion charges infidelity lewd lasciv- Â¬ ious and unchaste conduct commit- Â¬ ted in June 1897 On this ground he asks for dissolution of the mar- col 7 Tcn Per Cent Planted Squire Tom Barker telephones the Kbntuckian from Kennedy that fully ten per cent of the tobacco crop hi that vicinity has been plant- Â¬ ed ThJH is one of the richest scc tfons of the country and produces large quantities of tobacco of the finest type Ill - vn Busy Day for Merchants Yefeterday was a red letter day with local- merchants It is gener Â¬ oh the first Saturday in ally so May when thejeolored people from vJv- the country1 come into do their shopping There were hundreds of them in the city yesterday and they seemed to be liberally sup Â¬ 1 plied with the coin of the realm - jjj 40 ARC O 250 a yrd ai II W09j faRty FAH erccwjcEa - r- xaiiiples dress goods a yard for a Hue of spldndid new novel and good udits icrsey trv4 jv tldsMylisI ribbed vcsts Ibwjneck no slcfe IOC Latlles flne Reached lisle vests faced nccfratid irms Mens fine seamless sucks fast black and mixtures soft quality fine gtiage 48 0 ladies fp LvU 1 iriage bonds Overseer Appointed Albert Cox was appointed by the county court yesterday overseer for the Eddyville road from Smoots bridge to the Trigg county line The City Court In the City Court yesterday Har- Â¬ rison Catlett Harriet Catlett and Lewis Catlett were fined 50 each for breach of peace in assaulting P M MeGavocand the latter was fined a similar amount for his part in the melee Jordan Baker col was sent to the work house in default of a 5 fine for a plain drunk Real Estate Transfers Thomas H Elliott and wife to Mrs Eliza J Tuck wife of A iST Tuck lots in town of Lafayette 56680 Jas H Stevens to Mrs Julia A Roby tract of land on Little river 225 shake pop on ice gingerale fruits and home made candies call at Breslins Candy Kitchen on 9th st For ice cream lemonade milk Kr Jkj 25c goods elsewhere Mens handsome madras laundered negligee shirts 40 gauge fast black seamless hose Equal double r- to Childrens fine fast black and tan hose Equal to 25c goods elsewhere An knee u LAO ntrttmmnrrmmid Qn I Mil HANDSOME v MONUMENT i 1 Will be Erected By Woodmen of W Petrie Fairview Eagle S the World Over the Grave of Mrs Max J Moayon and two D L Johnson little daughters left yesterday for Louisville where they will spent The local lodge Woodmen of the a week with Mrs Moayons par- Â¬ mWorld are preparing to erect a ents monument of blue gran- Â¬ handsome Mr Harry Buckners many ite over the grave of their deceased friends in this city were glad to see brother D L Johnson him out yesterday he having re- Â¬ Mr Johnson is the first brother covered from the effects of his re- Â¬ that the local lodge has lost The cent accident monument will be dedicated with HERE AND THERE appropriate ceremonies at an early of prominent date and a number State officials of the order will be Louwelsa the newest thing present to participate in the beauti- Â¬ art goods at Graves Condys Meadows 1600 rolls beautiful wall paper at 5 6 and 7 cents per roll Breathitt re Â¬ Judge James turned last night from Eddyville where he has been attending court Mrs Kinney of Leitchfield who has been visiting her brother Mr E B Bassett returned nome yes- Â¬ terday Mrs B F Keegan and daughter of Paducah are here guests of Mrs Clarence Harris onHigh J mt street Â¬ Dick Boyd who has been spend ing a couple of weeks with his pa- Â¬ rents in this city returned yester- Â¬ day to his home in Texas Mrs J C Terry and daughter Ruth of Hopkinsville are spending and Mrs J n fw rinvs with Mr Just received at Thompson towels good size excellent quality a yard Simpsons black and white fancy satiriesTand in- digo blue prints xtra vaue satine sriP corsets 2 side steels per TCTCw feet fitting i Splendid amoskeag A F 0 fine dress ginghams new and handsome effeefs XOO ien 5 JJ - H hi rA lj rTI o oe k a en oj n -r 2 dQ 2 h 8 FREE We FREE will- Â¬ S ri H r - s- - I q g--3- 18 - a aa e nS -- zS rzs CU BA ac Â¬ t P h - n are anxicis to increase 3 ing to share our profits with our our tiade and areto g customers and complish this hereafter we propose to -r - s S y GIVE COUPONS -- g g-r ZZd wk tt BO mmm j I m F Mf illNV WITH EACH PURCHASE fco ful ceremonies Saratoga Chips at Millers ill a rL M- A Mr i 7 s pa jS cro ca- - BZ co To the Patrons of the Louisville the time fHf 11 tit v2 SSiISi li J I m ML u Br M m- n nnw i Dispatch Master Hugh Wood is now the authorized agent of the above named paper and will see that your paper is delivered promptly Send your name and address to him on a postal card and let him bring you the best newspaper published in the south to your door at 50 cents per month for the daily Single copies 3 cents only Sunday cop- Â¬ ies 5 cents The Dispatch W D Ham Manager Circulation r Call r Louwelsa is all the bH on Graves Condy aft Love fire and a bad cough are three things that cannot be hid See Graves Condys window dislay of Louwelsa the newest thing out in art goods Have you seen the beautiful dis pl ay of Louwelsa at Graves Co- Â¬ ndys It is the latest thing in art goods Snow fell Friday m Sfl Vm S co ca s JC l ffl r S gu J BSSSSSM YLjt ngHHlM jJi i IV gj btII yP- w 3BS ft ML Ip the amount of the purchase either it be ten cents or - B one hundred dollars a These coupons when received by the customer and amountnffregntcs to 20 or more will be exchanged by us for the 7zSm j 5i s CUSTOMERS Of a large CHOICE OF A 0ak Furniture variety of solid Antique finish fc jgHir t CI f S B 1 I O z 8 f Judge Cook Didnt Come ill WW- - vMr mZL The expected appointment of Master Commissioner was not made yesterday Judge Cook didnt come The candidates for the place were all on the lookout but he did not arrive on either of the He is en Â¬ trains from Eddyville in an important murder gaged trial which necessitated a night He may come session last night up to day and end the agony early to morrow morning Death of An Infant An infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas P Johnson of Long view died at her parents home baby will esterday Ie mined morning The cemetery at iiopeweii this morning 4 Cream Bread fresh very at Louisville and other points as far south as Bowling Green This is the latest a two exsnow on record with one or Â¬ id 2 Jfr C 3 O Q -- -- J Ca t t I o S B LX f a a 25 rT is IS p ST Consisting of rocking chairs book case writing desk table hall rack medicine chest etc Ji JTor more particular description of the presents call at m our store and see them and we will explain how toJ obtain them tree or charge and provide an opportunity to beautify and enrich your home absolutely ceptions Our gents furnishing goods slock in every detail is If you wish to dress correctly ou can always find the latest here up-to-da- te 11 3 5 3121 o FREE OF CHARGE The intelligent public are quick in coming to conclu sions They already know we undersell all competi tors and have no old cheap worn goods Yours Truly Â¬ Â¬ Richards Co Just Received A large lot New Silks for waists and skirts Come to see us for style and elegance We lead others follow at a slow pace Co Richakds Ladies our millinery department hasnt an equal in the city for style quality and low price Buy your summer hats of us aiid you will be more than pleased Richakds Co Dr E C Blackwell was rejected by tlie U S army surgeons at Lex Â¬ ington Thursday on account of a slight defect in one of his ankles caused by a severe attack of inflam niatory rheumatism when he was a umall Journal m perHani Sfr- y KLJ 7 HlP S sEli iW day at Rail lid Millers bachelor is usually the result vvbf egotism Hot Roll at Millers every eve ninjjrj E - fl i TH E DAl LY 3 KENTUCKIAN 1 1P t nliHf RICHARDS 35 C0 ci jHM lock1 w i Otily tO n Qnt V Dlivrd r jj fi ypur door fMk ty 0 Sbi u 7k- - ZmmrmmiklimHmtmii JHI SO flWM y c BMfissiaaanMMBnafliSMBaM TWO DIYORCE SUITS PERSONAL U035IP Malcolm hoodies funeral Attended by flatly Frlcjlds Iroquois Club Sends Beautiful Floral Tribute The funeral and Interment died Wednesday Waco Texas took place iWnMif Gus Moore of The Square spant yesterday in the city Were Filed In the Circuit Court Mr John C Willie of Pembroke was in the city yesterday Yesterday MisSLela Barnett is visiting rel Â¬ atives near Fair view Mrs McKinney of Cadiz visited Abandonment and Infidelity Are friends in the city yesterday Charged Transfers of Real Mrs Meredithof Fruit Hill Was fir his hfikf t will Hot be forgottqh DecfaMAtdry COliteat Sorrowing qiUVtitte of HfxM the to old late Malcolm Boddies bodvjvho whilenaJiSit Court yesterday R F Messimer asks for an abso Â¬ lute divorce from his wife Tishey Messimer They were married on May 1st 1895 in this county and have since resided here On May 1st 1897 his petition alleges the defendant without cause on his patt abandoned him and has since lived separately from him The parties to the action live near Dawson Alex Lacy col wants a divorce from his spouse Nellie Lacy They McNeil homestead two miles4 east Property In the city shopping yesterday of Lafayette yestefdayjSjle body Mr T C Underwood left last arrived on the prcviouseveuing in night for Trenton to spent Sunday charge of Mr Nick Bpjdie a broth Â¬ were iilecMn Two divorce attils Mrs John Garnett of Pembroke er of the deceased whpwas with the equity division of the Circuit was shopping in the city yesterday him at the time of htanmdland prc H Mr Robert Fletcher kof Loujs nture death The funeral BervicepTvcre brief guest at the Phoenix ho- Â¬ villc is a but very imprcssieLanUjbeautiful tel were conductedfj by Rev Â¬ They Mr Hunter Wood went to EddyGranville Lyon pastocof the Meth ville on professional business this odist church at Lafayette assisted morning by the pastor of ASbuuy Methodist Mrs Frank Bassctt and Miss church the deceased laving aim Lula Graves arc visitingrelatives iated withthatdehominatioiij w Many at Pembroke floral offerings offgwjuisite design John Y Owsleys smilhig face resie upon the xCasket fragrant was seen upon the t streets of the testimonials of theWcf and esteem iAUMIK city yesterday of those who luul been assoAmong Miss Patty Flack is airborne af Â¬ ciated- with hiulMffijyife ter a pieasant visit toMiss Frances the most beautifCdjfand costly of these was the tribute of the Iro V Thompson of Cadiz Mr T L Graham1 of Caskytwas qtlois club of Chicago whieh was represented by MfSRivers McNeil one of the numerous visitors in tne a cousin or the deceased city yesterday The funeral wnlSttendedby a Baker and large number of friehtls from the Mesdames Julia Â¬ Arthur Henry of Jiilien spent yes community where Mr Boddie was born and reared and where his terday in the city memorv will live and the noble Â¬ Mr A P Crockett isjin Lexington attending the State Convention of the Epworth League Mrs D M Whitakcr and Mrs Frank Perry of Casky were shop Â¬ ping in the city yesterday U4 rf atthc clamatory contest including the Western Kentucky colleges was held rtt Princeton Friday night The honors Were captured by the Mayfield college represented in the contf by Mr J E Davis and Miss Lillian Wolff The game oi bascballvbetwcen South Kentucky College and Princeton collegiate institute was not played on account of the rain The annual intcr collegialc de Â¬ iQi 25C 4bC yartl a Ammunition That Brings Down The Business - 4 Best Goods Fairest Prices counter or tabic in the store we can con vincc you of this FAB crecwjeEa From My shelf TenPer Cent Planted Squire Tom Barker telephones the KiiNTUCKiAtf from Kennedy that fully ten per cent of the tobacco cr6p in that vicinity has been plant Â¬ ed This is one of the richest sec Â¬ tions of the country and produces largii quantities of tobacco of the finest type Busy Day for Merchants Yesterday was a red letter day with local Merchants It is gener ally so on tne iirst Saturday in May when the colored people from the country come in to do their There were hundreds shopping of them in the city yesterday and tliey seemed to be liberally sup- Â¬ plied with the coin of the realm shake pop on ice gingerale fruits and home made candies call at Breslins Candy Kitchen on 9th st fil xamples wool fancy dress goods yard Afln aand goodfor a line of TtuU splendid new novelties J slylish v 1 Ladics icrsey ribbed Vests lowfneck no sleeves JLQC Qp t Jv J quality fine guage Ladcs fine bleached lisle vests faced neck rind arms Mens fine seamless socks fast black and mixtures soft Mens handsome madras laundered negligee shirts lquics w gauge iasi DiacK seamless nose fcqual Equal to 25c goods elsewhere m wijgg were married in 1886 His peti- Â¬ tion charges infidelity lewd lasciv- Â¬ ious and unchaste conduct commit- Â¬ ted in June 1897 On this ground he asks for dissolution of the mar Â¬ riage bonds Overseer Appointed Albert Cox was appointed by the county court yesterday overseer for the Eddyville road from Smoots bridge to the Trigg county line The City Court In the City Court yesterday Har- Â¬ rison Catlett Harriet Catlett and Lewis Catlett were fined 50 each for breach of peace in assaulting P M MeGavoc and the latter was fined a similar amount for his part in the melee Jordan Baker col was sent to the work house in default of a 5 fine for a plain drunk Real Estate Transfers Thomas H Elliott and wife to Mrs Eliza J Tuck wife of A N Tuck lots in town of Lafayette 56680 Jas H Stevens to Mrs Julia A Koby tract of land on Little river 4toC hp tu Xp - For ice cream lemonade milk jwttmmmmmwmmn - IOC Al inen towels good size excellent quality yard Simpsons Pr digo blue prints black atid white fancy satiiiesand v ZLZLo Jj 25c goods elsewhere to fj Childrens fine fast black and fan hose double knee in TtTtv Qp Meadows 1600 rolls beautiful wall paper at 5 6 and 7 cents per roll Breathitt re- Â¬ Judge James turned last night from Eddyville where he has been attending court Mrs Kinney of Leitchiield who has been visiting her brother Mr E B Bassett returned home yes- Â¬ Just received at Thompson Ji and handsome effects Extra vaue saine strP corsets 2 side steels per feet fitting Splendid amoskeag A F C fine dress ginghams in new 5- terday Mrs B F Keegan and daughter of Paducah are here guests of on High ATre Clsirence Harris street 43 Dick Boyd who has been spend Â¬ ing a couple of weeks with his in this city returned yester- Â¬ 225 day to his home in Texas Mrs J C Terry and daughter HANDSOME M0NUA1ENT Ruth of Hopkinsville are spending a few days with Mr and Mrs J Will be Erected By Woodmen of W Petrie Fairview Eagle the World Over the Grave of Mrs Max J Moayon and two D L Johnson little daughters left yesterday for Louisville where they will spent The local lddge Woodmen of the a week with Mrs Moayons par- Â¬ World are preparing to erect a ents handsome monument of blue gran- Mr Harry Buckners many itc over the grave of their deceased friends in this city were glad to see brother D L Johnson him out yesterday he having re- Â¬ Mr Johnson is the first brother covered from the effects of his re- Â¬ that the local lodge has lost The cent accident monument will be dedicated with HERE AND THERE appropriate ceremonies at an early date and a number of prominent State officials of the order will be Louwelsa the newest thini m present to participate in the beauti- Â¬ art goods at Graves Condys ful ceremonies Saratoga Chips at Millers all e vtm the time To the Patrons of the Louisville Dispatch Louwelsa is all the rage Call Master Hugh Wood is now the on Graves Condy authorized agent of the above Love fire and a bad cough are named paper and will see that your three things that cannot be hid paper is delivered promptly Send See Graves Condys window your name and address to him on a dislay of Louwelsa the newest postal card and let him bring you the best newspaper published in thing out in art goods the south to your door at 50 cents Have you seen the beautiful dis per month for the daily Single pl ay of Louwelsa at Graves Con copies 3 cents only Sunday cop- Â¬ dys It is the latest thing in art The Dispatch ies 5 cents goods W D Ham Manager Circulation Snow fell Friday at Louisville and other points as far south as Judge Cook Didnt Come Green This is the latest x ne expected appointment or a Bowling snow on record with one or two ex Master Commissioner was not made Judge Cook didnt ceptions yesterday come The candidates for the Our gents furnishing goods stock in every detail If place were all on the lookout but is he did not arrive on either of the you wish to dress correctly ou He is en Â¬ can always find the latest here trains from Eddyville Co in an important murder Richards gaged trialK which necessitated a night Just Received A large lot New He may come Silks for waists session last night and skirts Come up to day and end the agony early to see us for style and elegance to morrow morning We lead others follow at a slow pace Richards Co Death of An Infant Ladies our millinery department An infant daughter of Mr tind hasnt an equal in the city for Mrs Thomas P Johnson of Long view died at her parents home style quality and low price Buy baby will your summer hats of us Iesterday morning The cemetery will be more than pleased and you e buried at Hopewell this morning Richards Co parents up-to-da- te bcS O LJ SSmwy a C v CvUl Oj f- CO H O CD a0 w CD Z X3 CD -- 03 1100 3 otre ro 2i 3 a lit t S -OO O S3 -- -n tj t o0 ra C3 5 fiS L- 3 i U 3-i K r 3 pqa3 C 3r M tfi o - r3 xM w -- 3 ta o G Ui Q H CD s FREEI FREE CUBA t O OK a S z a ca a 5 oo tT3 tn orq CO - 0 o a 1 a 2 C t -- 0 1 v z P We urc anxicis to increaseour tiade and are will fi 3 a Ah- o XI ing to share our profits with our customers and to ao complisli this hereafter we propose to t1 tfl t f i t GIVE COUPONS WITH EACH PURCHASE to the amount of the purchase either it be ten cents or - s S3 K --8 51 m Mjm lib one hundred dollars These coupons when received by the customer and amounfe aggregatcs to 120 or more M will be exchanged by us for the - cal 2- - 3 a CO D3 o Ui CO CO as aaa a CD o5 o a CO a tfi a pa a CO CO n CUSTOMERS Of a large CHOICE OF A nir Furniture variety of solid Antique finish a PB to W n at w tn CO 1 CO r- p r- 2L en inr tQ a or 2 o J CO xo ot co -- ooa o ta a CO o - a co o a co oa r PS ca CO a o 3 B3V n CO a S tn n tn o p en A Consisting of rocking chairs book case writing desk table hall rack medicine chest etc JTor more particular description of the presents call at our store and see them and we will explain how to i 1 obtain them free of charge and provide an opportunity to beautify and enrich your home absolutely FREE OF CHARGE The intelligent public are quick in coming to conclu sions They already know we undersell all competi tors and have no old cheap worn goods Yours Truly Â¬ Â¬ M- - fi 7 Jn ST P9 Has m RICHARDS w liL l CO BSS i m f- e- nil V a u Blackwell was rejected by the U S army surgeons at Lex Â¬ Miller 1 ington Thursday on account of a bachelor is usually the result slight defect in one of his ankles caused by a severe attack of inilam iiot egotism Hot Roll at Millers eyery eve matory rheumatism when he tvaa a small byVr Hcnderam Journal ninjr C -- Cream Bread fresh every 7 day at Dr E -- jiV r imUUUiiUUUUUiUUUi 1 pppi I THE DAILY Only 10 fi KENTUCKIAN Cents n Weekeca Delivered at your door by 6 pViack w ti ia