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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir Tft YDE 1 t ailn wMt ill SO ii HOPKINSVILLE KY WEDNEStfAYMORNING MAT m It - entuchian 111898 i PEIOE 2 OENtS LARGEST IN YEARS Will Be the Wheat Crop of ADVANCE GUARD OF GEN MILES ARMY TO Transport Gussie Sails from Tampa With - U 1 Regulars - -- - divisions of the army of occupation under Gen Miles Brooke to Lead Volunteers Gen Brooke now nt Chickamauga has been definitely selected to command the entire volunteer force of 50000 inhyhich is designed to support the regulars in the campaign Most of thefr- regular forces now in camp under him will be sent to Mobile and New Orleans as quickly as possible to depart simultaneously with the expedition from Tampa and their places upon the Chickamauga battlefieltf vvill be speedily oc- ¬ cupied by the 1st volunteer corps consisting of thirty eight regiments of infantry six light batteries bfiartillery and two regiments of cavalry Orders for the organization of this volunteer corps binder Gen Brooke went forward to day The first one directed Maj Gens James H Wil- son Fitzhugh Lee and Joseph Wheeler to report to Gen Brooke for as W signment as division commanders entrance of his line into this city At the last neeting of the Council an ordinance was unanimously passed allowing the Company to erect poles and hang wires on cer ¬ tain streets of the city but giving them no right to establish an ex ¬ change Mr Messner says that the work is now progressing rapidly in this direction and that the company will be ready for business here within the next two weeks Thig company will put in an exchange atPrince ton and give that city a perfect telephone System At Madisonville they will connect with Mr Alexan- ¬ ders system which operates there and owns lines connecting with Blackford Sturgis Nebo Provi- ¬ dence Dixon and other points The toll station will probably be located at Wylys drug store Christian County Dollar Wheat Will Hake Our Farmers Rich Leading Plan- ¬ ters and Their Crops ir The Winslqw Has a Brush X tfr Key West Fla May 10 Special The little torpedo boat Wins low yesterday morning precipitated the first naval engagement fought N YESTERDAY j in Cuban waters On a reconrioisance in Cardenas Harbor she drewthe firepf three Spanish coast guarfl vessels and a lively vest pocket sea To Day Spanish fight followed with the tiny gunboats troops Will Move South from Chickamauga DESTRUCTIVE FIRE As the Winslow was decidedly in the minority she ran for the open A Vessel Runs the Blockade at Havana sea where her big station matejfthe gunboat Machiaj which had been Lawaenceburg Ky Suffers a Loss called up by the firing took a Hand in the game with her four inch rifles of 70000 and tossed several shells over the low sand pit behind which the Span ¬ j i At 1 oclock p1 m tne trans ish boats were sheltered It was impossible to see whether any of Special Tampa Fla May 10 these Lawrenceburg Ky May 10 port Gussie held back yesterday bailed with three companies of regu- ¬ landed The Winslow was not touched but she claims to have knocked Probably the most destructive fire lar infantry the first detachment of the Cuban army of invasion Other a few splinters out of the larger coast guard boat in the history of Lawrenceburg troops will follow without delay They will effect a landing at Matan broke out last night in the opera fine was promptly paid zas where Gen Gomez has promised to have a strong force to It came house building The Klondike THE CAROLINE ISLANDS out in this way Hotel is ablaze and the town seems with them at Commodore Dewey who married doomed Churches of San Francisco will Roosevelts Successor a daughter of former Governor The loss at midnight is estimated Ask ricICInley to Seize Goodwin was frequently at Ports at 70000 ¬ Lexington has been Special The Senate to day conWashington D C May 10 Them wired for fire apparatus mouth and one day going over to firmed the nomination of Chas H Allen of Massachusetts to be Assist ¬ the navy yard was met outside by Todd County Warriors ant Secretary of the Navy a marine who was in an ugly mood Sah Francisco Cal May 10 measures passed the Senate The first provides for car- ¬ The churches here which have and indulged in back talk At last Four war Elkton Ky May 10 A called The second Deweys fighting blood was up meeting of young men was held last on additional work in the Adjatant Generals office rying missionaries in the South Pacific establishes a Voluntary signal corps two thirds to be electricians and want the government to seize the and discarding his rank with his night at the court house for the pur- ¬ coat he sailed in and gave the man pose of organizing a military com- ¬ engineers The third is the so called immune bill passed by the House Caroline islands pany Several speeches by promi- ¬ a thrashing and the fourth suspends the existing law so that additional hospital Th6 Caroline islands are a part Justice Plasted heard the com- ¬ nent men were made and great Stewards can be appointed The Postoffice appropriation bill carrying ofthe Spanish posses8ionsThey plaint found Dewey guilty of as- ¬ enthusiasm prevailed Some sixty S9a000000 was adopted after a debate of several days 7 The fine names were enrolled and a petition were seized only a few years ago sault and fined him 25 was forwarded to the Governor to- ¬ governor general of was cheerfully paid Commodore day the and To Day Aloved South Dewey remarking that it waswOrth Philippines rules over therii 25 to have the pleasure of thrashi- ¬ Gen Brooke received or- ¬ the 10 Special Ghiakamaugai Ga May The missionaries here say that thjj ng such av disgrace to the United POSTAL TELEGRAPH READY ders to day directing him to have all troops in camp at Chickamauga natives are well armed with Amer- ¬ States service Portland Maine move without delay All regulars began preparations to night and will Lines Completed and Messages ican rifles and would have driven special to Chicago Chronicle be ready to move by morning Gen Brooke arid staff will remain here out the Spanish long- agot had it not are Being Received and Sent FLYING SQUADRON been for fear of the gunboat there Get Out Again Shell Never Special A Madrid dispatch from Ha ¬ The Carolines have no land defenses NewOrleans and Minneapolis-Arriv- e Tile Western Union Telegraph D C May 10 Washington it is believed they could be Company no longer enjoys a mono- ¬ vana says the Spanish Steamer Monserrat- which with her valuable and and the Vesuvius Starts poly in Hopkinsville Its most for- ¬ cargo entered Cienfuegos last week ran the blockade of the American taken without firing a shot the for Key West midable rival has reached the city mere presence of the Charleston besquadron at Havana and entered the harbor in safety to day and now asks for a fair division of ing sufficient to cause capitulation Commodore Schley and his staff the patronage which hitherto has Italys Internal Disorders there qii the part of the Spanish watched with great interest from belonged exclusively to the West ¬ A state of seige has been proclaimed in Special Rome May 10 the bridge of the flagship the arriv ¬ ern Union TampaNot Chickamauga recent riots at Milan the deaths were many portions of Italy In the The Postal Telegraph Cable al of thenew cruiser New Orleans Washington D C May 10 She came up Hampton Roads at a Company has completed its lines 1000 and hundreds more were wounded by the mobs nearly Special The volunteers ordered pretty lively gait and anchored from Evansville to this city along art to Chickamauga will not stop there about three miles distant from the the route of the Illinois Central rail- ¬ The Fighting Admiral Assassinated A London cablagram from Hong ¬ but will proceed at once to Tampa squadron The New Orleans is in road Special New York May 10 within the next 48 hours and command of Capt Folger and when At present the Company is receiv- ¬ kong says Admiral Montejo who was so badly whipped at Manila has Fla be available at once for service in she dropped anchor here and salut ¬ ing and sending messages from the been assassinated One report is that he was sjain by insurgents while Cuba All of the regulars in camp ed the Commodores flag she became office of the I C at the freight de- ¬ trying to escape from Manila and another that the Spaniards them ¬ at Chattanooga have also been one of the Flying Squadron pot This is only a temporary ar- ¬ killed him for permitting himself to be defeated without inflicting ordered to the same place and it be rangement however as they have selves to look like business at last gins lf contracted with Mr R H Holland anyjnjurj on the enemy sgsfrs for office room in the Opera House Gen Nelson A Miles and staff left fbjv Tampa to night and Gen Retreated to Cadiz building and are fitting up elegant Miles willleadthe invasion in person He thinks the war can be fought Washington May 10 Secretary quarters in the store room vacated S vJ to a finish in a brief time Long received a cablelate this af- ¬ by McKee This will be ready for VJ ternoon announcing that the Cape occupancy by Saturday or Monday v THE VESUVIUS A Norwegian Captured Veide fleet had arrived at Cadiz The location is mostconvenient and Special The blockading- ileetat Ha and this ends all hopeof a battle at Key West Fla May 10 Commodore Schley and officers of is accessible from all points of the J vana captured two more small vessels to day One was the Fernoditaa Porto Rico betweenSampsons fleet the fleet expressed admiration at city the Spanish snips the general appearance of the new Mr George M Dugan Superin Spanish sloop and the other the Bratsberg owned by Norwegians and This fact will not interrupt the cruiser She is evidently a better tendent of Telegraph for the I C Tjic latter was trying to run the blockade plans to invade Cubafbut hasten lighter than the detached Columbia and Mr B F Ward Traveling them Injifact it makesthe inva ¬ although not quite so fast Commo- ¬ Auditor are in the city and have Miles Will Head the Army sion a certainty dore Schley decided not to have her perfected all arrangements for the fv- Washington DC May lOT Special The military movementtoerid go up to Newport News for either Postals offices here BASEBAlilS rfi5 R the war with Spain by a prompt and decisively aggressive campaio iMJn coalor painting and she will re ¬ The local office will be in charge v Speciairvwf main at anchor here getting her of Mr Jesse Reeves who until Cuba is in full swing throughout the country orders being issued from 4KB CT coal from lighters a recently was valued at- ¬ i tne yvar Department with a rapidity similar to the continuous rattle of iT YESTERDAY S RESULTS TheMinneapolis came down this tache of the L N office nui automatic machine gun 0 Louisvi 1 iTK afternoon fully coaled and the at this point Mr Reeves is not Pittsbu rg Gen Miles having secured the squadron now consists of three only a rapid and skilled operator Baltimore 10 Boston HTv j presidents permission to take the New York 5 BrooklynlpS cruisers two battleships and a con- ¬ but a courteous and popular gentle field in person and command the in verted yacht man who will make friends and Philadelphia 6 Washington 4 The formidable dynamite cruiser patrons for his people A more Others postponed yading army completed his final the Vesuvius got away finally this satisfactory selection could nothavc arrangements to leavq tor Tampa Account general assembly of the trom lvey west accom been made Where he will assume active con Presbyterian church the I C K morning panied by the Suwanee Both This system now touches all oi trol ofthe force concentrated there R will sell round trip tickets to boats will join the blockading the chief cities of the United State and at Mobile and New Orleans New Orleans on May 17 18 and 19 squadron in the vicinity of Cuba and Canada and has a cable condividing it into divisions tfnder at rate of one fare Return limit necting with all of the Europear June 4th KM Sherwood ENTER THE CITY countries Its lines are being WILL Gens Wade Coppinger and Shaf Agt rapidly extended and having Un ter Gen Coppmger was ht5 to ¬ eWey was Dawson Springs Telephone Com limited capital it is not improbabU day having beteji ordered to Vash that the world will be covered by pahy Coming Ready for ington for consuiution regktJdina-its batteries in the course of a few aKNijuirUlMW the great campaiynand left for the In Pollcfe Court Jpr wTiippIng an Business Shortly years South directijafter h1ipd been assigned to operate in feit ObStreprpus Sailor The plan to The company does not enter the Mi B D Messnor of Dawspn field for the purpose of cutting rates wny of SOOP to establish a basa of commtini frV ouMtrhtfl Planted ttifwithtbe4utft4wM comnletelv sWent aside In accirdaVce of GprgecoMiity has nnTrial Justice oiiq of the promoters and principal or inventing war Plit fiol York docket which stockholders ofthe Dawson pring iinply for a division of ivtVe decision hffyn Wnde CoppinrrAd slwws that Cpnimodore twey tfM Telephone Company is in thet city- promising courteous and patronage prompt at wr it U now deterwiMed y C leM wtll iMictt fined 25 by him and that tin to wk final avnuijfeinenU for the teaticui and efficient service FOUR IMPORTANT WAR MEASURES PASSED BY CONGRESS In spite of the gloomy predictions of a few weeks ago and the unfavor- ¬ able outlook for a wheat crop in i te - ¬ this county at that time there will be the largest crop in many years A marvelous change has taken place Fields of wheat that then looked yellow and drooping have through the mysterious alchemy of nature become green and luxuriant The farmer who but a few weeks ago was wearing a face as long as a yardstick now greets you with a countenance wreathed in smiles that reflect hopes of a return of good old days when wheat was worth a dollar If the price of wheat when the present crop is marketed remains anywhere near the present price Christian county farmers will wallow in wealth and special deputies will have to be employed to write releases on the margins of mortgage books A gentleman whose business re- ¬ quires him to travel all over the county and brings him in contact with all of the prominent planters informs the Kentuckian that there will be more wheat harvested this year in Christian county than has been in twenty years Farmers who were almost ready to give up in despair are now radiant and joy- ¬ ful over the outlook The acreage this year is unusual- ¬ ly large The high price com- ¬ manded by wheattowards the close of last season prompted Christian county farmers to put all of the land they could spare in this staple crop Below will be found the of a few of the laigest wheat names growers of the county and thenum ber of acres planted Jas A Radford 500 J R Cau- ¬ dle and Son 600 J D Clardy and Son 600 R T Stowe 500 Chiles M A Mason 470 400 Quint Elliott 500 W S Moore 400 L L Leav ell and Bro 700 G H Stowe 300 R F Rives 300 J Garrott 300 R J Garrott 250 J C Moore 300 C F Jarrett 300 T L Graham 300 Dr W G Wheeler 300 A L Carter 300 R J Carothers 300 P B Pendleton 300 Jno W Jones 300 John O Willis 300 J F T Barker 500 Garnett J ¬ SWEPT TO DEATH Fearful End of Another Party of Klondike Gold Seekers Victoria B C May 9 On Mon ¬ day last the ice covering a stream in a defile near Crater Lake gave way under the passing through of Klondikers and more than a score of men were precipitated into the water and carried to certain death beneath the rivers frozen coating Dr J F Frizelle of Los Ange ¬ les Cal who came down on the Al ki brings the news Thenames of the victims of the ice break Frizelle cannot give There is no possibility of identify- ¬ ing them now he says nor can the names be announced with positive ness until the bodies are delivered by the stream at the lake or the disappearance of the ice -- tHfrl SffiESSSPWL ii- - ¬ i 44 -- PLUG flOBACCO TRUST Big Combination Formed With a Capital of 60000 New York Mayl0 ¬ TheJournal ¬ fied aamjpp rVivymm m JkL- HBLi - and Advertiser io Aay publishes the following g A big tobacco company now an assured fact An uiuUjjatldn was reached to day the American Tobacco Company will turn over its plug manufacturing tp a new company In addition the new combination will absorb the business of Lorillard Co and T J Sorg Co of Ohio and Kn- - byP asft tuefcyy - -- rwrx-vW- Y VWU I1111 WWWWP - ifSsz - m ijt it W tu all nations declaring this blockade of Cuban ports April 23 The Presidents call issued for 125000 volunteers to all part of tho city at April 24 Spains first shot at except Monday br Delivered by carrier Published orery mornlnsr WI ix 10 CEHT8 MM United States from masked batter ¬ fXAfl M XXACKAM 818 B Main ies at Matanzas on the United States gunboat Foote SUMCXIPTIOK RATS April 26 Presidents proclama ¬ JO Per Week 85 Month tion issues on Spanish vessels in Ier Bf American ports Chronology of the War of Tennessee v StatesAsiatic April The Grand Lodge Knntns Olty Star Iu KnigHte oftfythlhs Is In session squadron sails from Hoiig Iun to 1HVS Nasrtvilfe meet the Spanish licet aithe Phil-ipine 24 Insurrection oreans February islandB The Governor of Manila has beeni out in three of Cubas provinces ad ¬ April 27 United States cruisers it March 1 Fourteen hundred ntvWefl to resist to tnc uenui troops sent to New Yorkt Cincinnati and monitor the Wltack on the dity soon to be ditional Spanish Puritan silenced tliC batteries at Cuba made Matanzasi March 31 Gen Antonid Maceo April 27 Portugal declines to of lle proclaimed commanderof the insur ¬ flke Alexander flair bearer Volun- observe theneutralitylawby har ¬ gent army fraris company of Kentucky Cape Crombet insur ¬ boring the Spanish April 13 Flor pteeraj is a grand nephew of Jeffer Verde gent leader killed at Palmerito son jDavis April 27 The UnitedjSUites Ter April 14 Capt Gen Cajclla dis ror captures the Spanish steamer TJie Oregon was yesterday at placed by Campos pahia Brazil l4W mues mis May 14 Battle of Guantannmo Gmdo- 28 United Statesgunboat It is still a 400 Spanish killed by insurgents April side of io Janeiro ffiS V Newport capturestheV Spanish Oong way from Sampsons fleet under Gomez TWl May 15 Insurgents make import- ¬ sloop Engracia Apail28 Spanish forp at Caba Twosailors sick with fever at ant capture at Bayam- om gKey West have been piaceu May 19 Insurgent leader Jose nas demolished by gunsof the flagsus- quarantine as yellow lever ship New York Marti killed at Dos Rios tuM TCbeBails fltentackian i - l1 Itort The Daily t V V WP AGENT ABSTRACTS OF - Is the only morning daily plaper published witliin a radius of 70 miles of Hofkinsville TIM MADE cd -- Bright NeW - Aloney loaned per cent oil first class real Mtate for a term of 5 years Wo have for Bale somo of the best building lots in the city and on tonus to suit purchasers Prices taiigiug from 20 to 8000 They are located In noddy every part of the city Wo also lmvo for sulo farms in this and adjoining counties Those farms are owned by parties who wish to soil Bolow is a partial lisfof them A it P Uprto datei Mews by Wire Up ileit tol a m Fine Farm near Kennedy j -- To City Subscribers 10 Cents Week Delivered Delivered at Your Door by 6 a m Woll improved good land woilwa torod and limbered 180 acres Price A -1- 5400 t ¬ Farm of 350 acres on Buttermilk Road YUW Xwx Ipects de miral Montejo defeatednhd destroy- ¬ K The City of Pekin will leave San feats 2800 Spanish troops Mi ed by United States squadron Francisco Saturday or Sunday 10000 Commodore Dewey commanding Yv December 23- - Campos with troops and supplies for the men meets Gomez 7000 men and DISPOSITION OF VOLUNTEERS Philippine Islands is repulsed with great losses 10 Weyler displaces If wheat will just stay up to 125 February The Kentucky TroonsSto Be Scat- l Captain General Campos t5s ninety days more many a mort for tered Far andWjde February 12 Eighteen thousand county of long gage in Christian new Spanish troops sent into the standing will be lifted rri Washington May msi The War field U February 17 Weyler issues his Department has seenfrtp gratify is to hold an Industrial Nashville the universal desire anil inform the Convention which will begin to- ¬ reconcentrado proclamation 1 The trocha is estab- ¬ country through the press just The March day and last several days at- lished where the various State volunteer prospect is pleasing for a large tro- ¬ organizations are to be concentrat- ¬ April 11 Maceo crosses the tendance cha with 3000 men and drives back ed It is the first time that any of- ¬ A great many war nominations the Spanish ficial statement has been made as 9 11 Gomez wins the battle to the points of concentration them were sent to the Senate by the July President Monday Jas G Blaine of Najasa after fifty hours fighting selves The order as published by Jr was one of the Captains ap- ¬ October 1 The rebellion up to the department is thought in some pointed from civil life this time has cost Spain 22000000 quarters to warrant theV assump- ¬ November 11 IJeavy losses to tion that it contemplates a speedy suen Mues nas ueciueu u icau Spanish forces in Pinar del Rio movement of the United States mil- ¬ T J 1Lthe Cuban invasion in person tak hi ri 4 Gen Antonio Maceo itary forces upon Cuba and in much December ing Gen Wade with him Gen Shaf killed by treachery greater force than was7 originally ter will take Gen Wades place at December 10 Gen Ruiz Rivera planned The War Department of- ¬ Chickamauga succeeds Maceo ficials refuse to say anything on ¬ c MB November 17 Gen Maceo Santa Clara with 1900 men near May lSpaniBheJPtunder Ad- ¬ Twd thirds in fine timber good inv UIUYUIUDUID tVllbClllI Off IllllUSi Prico 900 106 HAGS R ICHARDS Farm of acres onButler Road BUILDERS CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN Throe and one half miles from the city woll improved good orchard rnu never failing wator Prico 750 A farm of 20 acres on Bamo road 3J miles from tho city well improvA good poultry or market gar ed den farm in good neighborhood Price- ¬ 400 Farm of 75 acres on Greenville Road Six miles from the city Tlio pory Building Materials j 11 i 8 1 best place in tho neighborhood J timber good water buildings oreh wi and iu a iu state of rrpair Prico 630 A mi rrr very fine IiltlcFarm of 87 1 2 acres near Elmo Of All Kinds I LUMBER MmMa UMn Q ftE The only new development in August 8 Premier Canovas of w the Cuban campaign is that the Spain assassinated Government is now distributing plB October 2 Weyler recalled by Tvm the Cu arms IB HP bans and ammunition towent yes- the Sagasta Liberal ministry on The first shipload pressure from United States m vim terday November 27 Decree from govautonThe Hopkinsville Kentuckian is ernment at Madrid granting Hi HP V about the prettiest and sprightliest omy to Cuba UJt W 1898 of the new dailies that have been 24 United States battleJanuary ushered into being in Kentucky ship Maine ordered to Havana on a since the war with Spain began 1897 s mWa- ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ i f Jhi -- wm r isiy m V ni 4Jk Pi February 10 De Lome Spanish minister recalled for unwarranted Bob Fitzsimmons has accepted Jim Corbetts offer of 22000 for an personalities reflecting on Presi- ¬ opportunity to regain the heavy- ¬ dent McKinley February 15 The United States weight championship and the fight will be pulled off before the last of battleship Maine blown up in Ha ¬ vana harbor and 266 lives lost February 17 United States board try eight batteries of artillery and so agreed to fight Kid McCoy for nnn of inquiry on the loss of the battle- ¬ several troops of cavalry will re- ¬ m main at home In this class is in- ¬ ship aine appointed cluded one regiment of Kentucky Emperor William of Gerfany February 20 Spanish cruiser cavalry and one of infantry and has again taken occasion to ex- ¬ Viscaya anchors off Staten Island one Tennessee regiment of infantry press his friendship for America New York Among Big Guns adding that The millions of Ger- ¬ February 22 Spanish board of ¬ mans in America would not under inquiry reports the destruction of Nowadays aiming a scacoast gun stand if their fatherland did not the Maine an accident of internal on a ship is an exact science The range and direction of the target entertain a friendly feeling in this origin conflict for their new home March 9 Emergency bill 50 arc computed by delicate instru- 000000 for United States coast de- ¬ mentSjwhich make correct aljpwan The Semi Weekly Kentuckian fense passed by Congress ces for the rise and fall of the tide is without doubt the best paper ev- ¬ March 28 The President sends the force and direction of the wind er published in Christian county a message with the Maine report the curvature of the earth normal for readers who do not to Congress and abnormal refraction of light want a daily It is now printed in 9 Gen Fitzhugh Lee and and the flight of the projectile is ac- ¬ April a bran new dress chock full of live other consuls leave Cuba curately gauged by the aid of range home news with telegraphic news April 11 The President sends a tables and delicate machinery for covering in brief the entire field message to Congress recommend- ¬ changing the elevation and direc- ¬ Published as it is twice a week it ing armed intervention in Cuba tion of the gun and such exact cal- ¬ reaches the reader while the news April 15 War department or- ¬ culations are made of the time of is fresh and full of interest the projectiles flight and the speed ders regular troops to coast April 16 The intervention reso- ¬ and course of a moving target that The disposition to he made of lutions passed by the Senate an 800 pound mortar shell carrying volunteers has been anndunced and April 19 The House passed the enough guncotton to sink a ship some of the details arc given in our may be dropped on the deck ofa the intervention resolutions news columns The Kentucky vol- ¬ 19 The President pre- ¬ ship five miles away in spite of the April unteers are not to go as a body pares an ultimatum to Spain de fact that the shell is in the air more Some will be sent to Chickamauga manding the evacuation of Cuba than a minute and the ship moves probably the Second Regiment hundreds of yards after the gun is within three days some to Washington most likely April 20 The Cuban resolutions fired and before the projectile the First Regiment and the rest An entire fleet pf reaches her will be left at home for the present signed by the President April 20 Spanish Minister Polo steaming armorclads may be des ¬ As the Third Regiment is not troyed by the guns of batteries yet ready to move it may fall y Bernabe asks for his passports whose commanders take aim and April 21 TheTnited States Min- ¬ to the lot of our boys to live on ister Ger Woodford is given his fire without seeing a single ship hard tack at Lexington instead of and who know the position of the being givwlan opportunity to cover passports in Madrid fleet only fromthemessages received April 21 Spains severance of over a telephone or telegraph line themselves with gldry at the front diplomatic relations held tp be a from an observer perhaps hundreds declaration of war Wounded Negro Will Die of yards aivay These remarkable Frankfort Ky May 1Q Charles April 22 North Atlantic squad ¬ results wiU be attained at all the Jessie alias Tom Dunn the Hop- - ron sails to blockade Cuban ports seacoast forts of the country when tkinsville negro who was tfhot by of- - April 22 First shot fired when the plana adopted have been car ¬ ficr William Gordon on Saturday the United States gunboat Nash ¬ ried out The United States will jgJgiht vhile attempting to escape ville captures the Spanish coast then have the finest syslcm of sea coast fortifications in the worldVi 4 tfifltf on his officers lists been trader Buena Ventura April 23 President prochuua N Y Bun gireftHfltodie tjy Uis physician 1 Courier Journal peaceful mission this point but there iseyery evi- ¬ dence that they expect ashorf sharp conclusive and immediate campaign such as could not be waged by five or ten thonsand soldiers Twenty eight regiments includ- ¬ ing one regiment of infantry from Kentucky and one from Tennessee will be sent to Washington Forty including one seven regiments of infantry and Kentucky regiment one of cavalry and one Tennessee regiment of infantry will mobilize at Chickamauga Five regiments and four batteries will go to San Francisco one regi- ¬ ment of infantry and nine troops of cavalry to San Antonio Tex three regiments to New Orleans oneto Mobile and one to Tampa Forty eight regiments of infan- ¬ Twenty acres of timber tho remain ing in high stato of cultivation All tho buildings iu good couditiou splendid neighborhood Price 2200 ¬ UWIE AMD CEMENT MMUMMMW 100 acres 5 Allies From Cily on Russellville Pike Well improved 15 acres of timber uear church and school Prico 1800 136 Give us a call when you need anything in ourJine acres on Duckcr Mill road DAGG RICHARDS HOPKINSVILLE KY 65 acres of bottom laud 2 good houses 2 barns woll watered 15 acres timber Price SHOO Theientuckian 1 Year Ami Hie New Mathews Serfing Macltiuc FOR ONLY i idem Hi arm Sewing estnto Three tracts of coal lands two of tho mines partially developed Vein of conl 5 feet thick finest qual Machine ity Onvi tract contuins 000 acres ono 175 acres ono 05 ucres All within mile Illinois Central It It With all flio latest im Will boII at bargains and on easy provementB terms Here aro fortunes for tlio right men For sale or exchango a good pay Tlio boBt Machine for thp least mouey over monufact ing hotol at tho famous Dawson Springs Will sell at a bargain or ured exchange for improved farming land ¬ 500 ciiBh balance in ono aud 2 vearo at 6 per cent Tho best farm in the neighborhood Besides these wo have other farms for sale and will tako pleasure iu showing auy of them to nartios wish ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab stracto of title furnished nil pirchtts ers Now is tho timo to buy roai ¬ well located Light ruuuiiig Bimplo jioiBoloBS out-of-to- ing house at Dawson Springs VilI sell on onBy terms or exchange for good notes Tho owners business Ev9ry Alliahinol warrnntPtl compols him to reside olsowhore 10 years 30 aero ranch well improved near V San Diego Cal Will exchango for durhbloor For salo a good first class board ¬ wsjfeByjjMWBHBSBBIHHrMb and freight prepaid ArjOMachiuofqrfpr 21 ljruiuriy m uriaiiiiu euuiny vy Casli must accompauy al ordore srpoiiriOATioNsa Tho Head Taflvoaud ono lialf Inches high and eight and ono half inplies lont lnsldn meaaurcmunt This Is as high ua any family machine mndo and must not bo confounded with the medium or so called hlh arm inn ohlnea Tho bead vUto sot i Into or love With tho table Tho Needle Is straight self aollnt flat on oneulilu and cannot bunot wrdng Tho Hhuttlo l8 open on tho ond cylinder thapo and absolutely self threadlnt The Bearings Are all stool woll fitted and wheel to kcop dress from gottlng on wheel Attachments Aro tho famous Johnsons sot in a tin box and consists of tucker miller four hammers binder quilter foot hemmer and follor under braider and sheerer oil can and oil two crew drivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb screw guago and book of directions The Furniture Is woll modo highly pol Ishcd and elegant In appearance All those machlnos wlllbosontnul with oak furniture unless walnut ia spcclflod Kaoh maohino has a look to tho drawer and cover nlco nickol plate drop rings to all drawors All machines aro well packed and cratod JUKM OUH OUAKANTKK Th Now Mathews Maohino Is warranted 10 years from dato of purchase and thirty days trial of It If perfeot and entire satisfaction is notgtven tho maohino may bo roshlpped to tousatouroxpenso and tlu money paid us will ba refunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no rjsk what ovor In purchasing tho Now Mathews Maohino You havo thirty days trial of it in your owit hone and If for any reason you should wish to return thu machine It may co shipped to us at our oxpoiiae and Iho money will funded All communications regarding tho Now Mathows Maohino should bo addrcstd to 1 William Robinson Agt Office Webber Street Hopkinsville Kyc TIE PRESENT ORB Automatio Bobbin Winder Will wind tho oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread Tho Stitch la double Iook stitch Tho aamo mi both eldos and will not ravol Uau bo longthoucdorshonencd from eight Jo thirty itltchca to the inch Tholonalon Is a llat spr pk tonslon and ad justable to all stzos of thrcU jv Hand Whcol Is ntotlo plated and has a loose wheel attaoliod to opornto bobbin winder without running maohliui ThoMovomont Istho colobratod eccoptrfo movements positive n aotlon and fitwer work in k parts than any nuolilno pntlio market The Stand Has Ittigq balance wheoj hangs on two adjustabloccatera Tho treadle ialarue and hangs iu cone centers and all lost motion can be takon up asters undbrosah ond an d can bo easily moved Anloedrem Kuauloyr ¬ dustablo bolf tin eadlng Tho uinolitnbls HolMhread ing andnoliolo to put tb thread throught except tho pyo of tho nccdlo Tho Fecd laposltlvo la action and has no wrings togcfuU ofordor THE POST DISPATCH Is tlic pnly St ItOtiiB Paper With Its Own Staff CorrospoudunlW nt ajl fointRoC Iqicroat jj At rjnvatw Mr SylvodWr Scovel At Madrid Mr A E Houghton At Washington Mr Stophon Bonwiili A 1 Mnio Vnrlf Mr Mortpn Wntkins TnK NEWS CHAS At MEACHAM 0E TUB lUT W UopkinsvilU Ky N- THE POST pdSPATCH M In making your remittnii w preferjo8toffiMi money ortr letter sxpresn money ordw or Nftw yorHExhtga Jdfvidiwl olieoks tin lew certiilaa to will not receired rdter o IS oentti weelrfgiwo dyW iivored b emt 80 oetiii if seat by fw JOJjtiw THE ELECTION COMMISSION PLUCKY MME DREYFUS CROWDING 200 12 A BUSHEL It Members WIU Mct at Frank ¬ fort To dy To Take the Oath -- WttiHcd io Sltnro Her HuiitmHaM Mx- llc Uul Hur Aiucm1 Wrh Denied Wheat Scores Another Advance Of by the GovornmcHt Cents- - While former Capt Dreyfus the cits Chicago 111 May 10 Upward grnqed French nrray ofllcer Is passing his days In maddening solitude on Dev- atill upward went the wheat mar- ¬ --Frankfort Ky May 10 The ils island his wife Is making every ket to day May wheat closing at 4j rt Hnttn rtf Election Commis- effort to join hin that she may share an advance of 12 cents and July at qloaers composed pOlidge William hlu fate The political prisoners of one time went to 1i25 vho arc S Pryor oCFtatlkfort Hon W T France neqcmled sent into exile are the privilege of hav and IJon lisunlly of OwenijJjoiO Ellis Chicago Market ing their wiVes with them if they so Charles B Poyntz of Mayville desire unci tnhny a brnve French QUOTATIONS HY RAWLINS CO will m cdt here to day and take the woman lins given up homo and friends 1IROKKRS oath bt office before the Court of Ap and has sacrificed everything to be near Qpg Higt Cloaing peals and qualify as prescribed her husband inofhis time of tribulation ¬ Cash Wheat 1 73 In the case Albert Dreyfus howl 85 l 85 by the law to enter upon the dis ¬ ever even this tioinfort has been denied July Wheat 1 17 1 25 1 14 charge of their duties 93 93 September 90 Immediately after the qualifica- ¬ 37 July Corn 35 36tf tion the board will elect a chair- ¬ 3G ya 37 Corn Sept 37 man Tt ifl provable tfiKt Judge July Oats 28 27 27tf Prydr will be made chairman o the July Pork 11 00 11 25 11 22 board The board will then electa 5 92 5 92 July Lard 5 90 secretary There are a number of 5 60 5 62 5 60 July Ribs o ¬ ¬ ¬ tfOttke 1 I I tfw 1 3 k 13 HI I -- gri sr ilt S 5 o tj 1 a Si - f o XT d S I3 m a frS p c S 1r tn -- rS ro s ei to o a n HSSOtDO CO r o r i J3 5 PSr en m b M 2 CO ra T HJ crq s a o Z- r osp cor- CD o b nrSffl b- is- - S 1 S 036 re 03 V j -- 1 fp 2 C O O re i ao co Oi D W -- 1 rr- - ci 1 ii r f - - r a 10 13 C OH en rn 1 5 Rl CD p to MS ted f a p- - WH i1 - tvtr r m o en a V to t3 era a re QO 10 I o 1 v w C o o a 3 -a co Q n a 8 05 re U n O ui Co ST re T3 re p o 2 ST y too n m 5 crre t ci 03 Q1O5- - bt CD o W re 03 o o-- to candidates for secretary Percy Haley of Frankfort is prominently mentioned and his friends claim has a cinch on the place The board it is understood will defer largely to the presentDeiho cratic county organization in the appointment of Democratic County Commissioners The Commissioners recommended by other parties allowed tinder the law will likewise probably be so D Hopkinsvilie Produce flarkct Cash prices paid by Hopkiusvilio merchants Bacon Bams country 7J8c Shoulders Sides G6Jc 1 15 j2i aa R oi B f c S 2 O 3 o 2 m CO rf 13 Q - 5 O rw O Dj 0373 Oi CBS 2 C CD D CD a Q Pi o 03 re PS a 03 t n B 55 croi pa pj So n to a a Ts 22 dSt B r -- 45 03 45c 5A6c lGc 8o c as a OB O J O o re CD cr HcrS - B cp reBt Szg 0 5TSH-rS-re -- n pro jTi re re 2 B m J5- - 03 0 SS 2 jo d 5 o B re 0M3 3700 O Sm S03 -s- cr pi5 S co 03 ftcr3 2 hih BW4 H I h cns 5 CO CD re re H re CO o Brl 2 ct -n n re 4 a CS g re - Lr O- 03 oq to S N30 O C- n ii0J W 0 a o CD h i 9 O f N3 C7I Laid Country Prod uco - p s Sow 03 CS v S On - P - o K B Ss3gpg--p- - 0 - B Dl 3 CDW n o Tkfl d CD re 03 2 o 02 2 o 03 CD oa IJWtM eJB3J C B B S5 a B OE- - K Zf re 03 3 CD 1 5 3 C71 3 -- eDLSB o r CU o b a 5 S 03 res in B c b B B cd ilJi - re 03 CD Butter Eggs MME DREYFUS Sho Wants to Share Her Husbands Exllo on Devils Island CO CO 13 B 03 m J B S S K n B 0 3 B tTi rB 2 o re 1 5Tfu wjO dd a B fTi u owi 111 CD es B H appointed UPSET THEIR CALCULATIONS Success Changes the Situation in of America New feathers Beeswax 3032c 2022c oC at flanila England London - May 10 The Daily Chronicles parliamentary report The full truth about the says success of America in the Philip- ¬ pines has produced a curious effect in the house of commons It is as if a new world portent had ap- ¬ peared a new force upsetting all previous calculations as to the equilibrium of nations Members who were most enthusiastic about the American cause see that new developments are ahead The few Spanish sympathizers on the other hand are appalled at theevidence of Spains incompetence while proud of the valor ¬ dis- ¬ p placed by individual Spaniards Others dwell upon the emergence of a new naval power whose friend- ¬ ship will be vital to us in the face of European hostility It is a crit- moment cal LOOKING TOWARD UNION Action of JYI E Church South General Conference Baltimore Md May ful weather and bright sunshine greeted the members of the general conference of the Methodist Episco- ¬ pal church South yesterday for the first time since their adventure into this city The most important feature of the days business sessions was the presentation of the report of the committee on behalf of this confer- ¬ ence to discuss with a similar com- ¬ mittee from the church in the advisability and the North practicability of a federation of the two sections The report consist- ¬ ed solely of printed minutes of the joint session of the committees on Federation held in Washington on January at which resolutions were adopted recommending to a limited extent in certain fields but nothing in the form of consolidation 10 Cheer- ¬ another anti Semitic outbreak Mme Dreyfus knew full well what was before her in petitioning the gov- ¬ ernment to grant her request She is not only willing but eager to share her husbands lot am is fully prepared to submit to the same rigorous discipline as that imposed upon him Drejfus is now in solitary confinement and is not permitted to even converse with his guards An iron cage has been built about the hut which he occupies in the center of Devils island and he is cut oil entirely from com- ¬ munication with the outside world He has no knowledge of the events which have stirred Paris so deeply since his trial and conviction and doesnt even know of the heroic efforts of Mme Dreyfus to join him in his isolation Telegraphic reports of Ins condition have been sent to Paris ever day since it was reported that the famous prisoner had committed suicide It is said that he has never quite given up hope that his innocence may yet be proven ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ Mme Dreyfus has all along been eager Ginseng per lb to join her husband and has brought Honey strong influences to bear upon the Tub washed wool government with this end in view The ¬ Greased cables now announce that she has prea petition to M Lebon minister sented Burry wool of the colonies in a final effort to gain Vegotabres her point and that the request has New potatoes per buBhol been refused Cabbage per barrel The French government it is claimed to allow Mme Dreyfus to Poultry has refused go to her husband claiming that such Old chickens live ppr lb a course would tend to lessen the se- ¬ Roosters verity of Dreyfus1 punishment Such Turkeys per lb an action particularly at this time DuckB when the excitement attending the Zola trial has not yet abated would Grain it is claimed have a tendency to cause Clover per buBhel -- Jul OiV 2225 10c 2830c 1820c I v I IS Sf HT5 CO kO n PCD fff B SP U saBHtr a2 b Hrjo PT cd CD Hk ro 03 -- J CD1 w 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salted hides Dry flint 2 2r504 50350 1 G7e 10l2c 8c 8350 n -- B -1 t 2B B V Ul rt l rK o9SHi a L 3 Pre D t 2 2 Q LIB eoSCTi C3 C3 1 n o B B B - 5 5 Bg cd nap o P0 4 XZ g era S S m l oss re 3 c n co t o pr CD i 9 -a -- re tC re O CD -1 a IT 1 3 -- B S3504 ca re m O CD 12 e Intro CO n STJ 2 K3CD t S n co r a ro j O B cd 03 - Off M 1 ii L C3 C0 ETP- 1 rf CO 8 S CO w re en O 03 03 cr 2 B HI re cu 23 a S 5 P 2 d re ug re w re cd t 2 En Crq i r I i c t HM f 0 hr L I J 1 1 n 7 SV in 203 O en 2 8 re en o a 5 CD T i 03 v p it - a ai OI C3 P o B -a aq re tn tr ro CO en P ji re ClS0 o- - n o - a cT fP H bury from the prime ministry of Great Chicago 111 Britain is one of the oldest statesmen and one of the shrewdest in England iMie oyster is one of the strongest ne is the son of the late seventh duke of creatures and the force requjred and a brother of Lord Frederick Charles Cavendish late secretary for Ireland to open it is more than 1300 tunes its own weight The Pioneer Limited Is the name of the only perfect train in the world now running e ery night between Chicago St Paul and Minneapolis via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway- the pioneer road of the West in adopting all improved facilities for the safety and enjoyment of passen- ¬ DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE An illustrated pamphlet gers showing views of beautiful scener He Sluy Succeed Iionl SnllHbury in the along the route of the Pioneer Lim- ¬ Ofllce oflrlme Minister of ited will be sent free to any per- ¬ rent Drltiilu son upon receipt of two cent post- ¬ The duke of Devonshire who figures conspicuously in all the gosip about age stamp Address Geo H Heaf tho alleged retirement of Lord Salis- ford General Passenger Agent -¬ b 2 5B CO co CD o P 03 P 3 o 8 ji TJq P B re So r 0rqO e- TO re ft3 re BS S S c o 3 P fti m H n CD o 2 Z a S 5 CD 1 s o c nso i5 CW gB PS B i- ti tr- a re Lo X m O B co re a o o a CO 7 - eg re cd 1 re Si5 3 S-B-- - a f n I H i is- - g c cro co iq -- 3 Q5 re So3 m r 33 a re B 03 cf X 8B- e c re co 2 B 5cT B 03 po CD CD U 03 B Ko to B HCfi2 H 1 KiS H re co en 1 oq - I9L S t si 5 cd Q3 B B N a a Ji izi 1 CO a in sp jq b j1 t b - P-- 03 itwB 5 roPP- to t3 ii g jo L70 -- ETOi o CD B CD Br m B n CK CO 2 S -- 3 ai 03 3 a 03 5 B B co a Ja 2re S re 2 in OjB re JTP- - M CD Sa 2 b CD 03 o S i re o B fci -- o JI cc CD 3oq P er to to co SB Soq B oq J cn C ro a c S co c a re CD rs r a o 03 re co oa O sw BC 03 C3 2 ogsesC3 - -- fD n n o or 2L re CO 0T2 s re Cl o toJ i- O re ST CD BS or- re re re S3OI re C3 o -1 CD o oq -- 1 33 i ot -- 1 2 t a CO 3 r 3 co 03 CO re 00 t- tO cf B co I n CD i 3 re X CD Ul B CD re E re re CD o CD Pv a 0q v I B r amvfmvwvmvwwmvmvffvfv 2ci iC1 Barred Plymouth Rocks Eggs reduced vn Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS n 2jQj wp1M5aEOK SCRAPS t My hens weigh us high ue 9 lbs Visitors nlwnye welcome Soud for circular its free DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE He May Succeed Salisbury as Premier ot Great Britain who was assassinated in Phoenix park Dublin on May 0 18S2 The dukes full name is Spencer Compton Cavendish and ho has lately been tulked of as the successor qf Lord Salisbury should tho latter retire Thp announcement was madu several weeks ago and was then vehemently denied by the duke A re- statement of the mutter is again denied by the foreign office The present duke of Devonshire when he was marquis of llartington won much political famo by his fierce opposition to home rule for Ireland Ho declined to join Mr Glad- ¬ stones home rule cabinet and arrayed himself against the graud old man allying himsolf with Lord Salisbury and establishing himself as the lender of tho unionist liberals IIo likewise declined joining tho Salisbury cabinet when Lord Hamiolph Churchill seceded although warmly pressed by Salisbury to accept a portfolio Devonshire suc ceeded to tho title on the death of his father in 1802 Two years before that time ho was married to the duoliewt of Manchester widow of the lat duke been His career In parliament h ehviffeful and dramatic since h wm flrt alerted in 1857 Tl Ji now 05 aid ¬ 3JIBBHPSE CI in f1 fn 4Un 1U1 lv resi oi season JO HETZS STORE The Great Hopkinsvilie Mecca For Ecoirtotntcal Rttvers London has about545300 inhabi ¬ s ted houses Insanity effects one in 450 of the American population The King ofSweden is the tall est European monarch Maine factories sold S25yQ00 worth Vr of shoe pegs in 1897 A full grown man exhalejeven teen ounces of corbolic acid gas every twenty four hours A chorus of forty Chinamen was a feature of a recent service in a Baptist church in Baltimore tow a beekeepers say that the past winter has been favorable for their business and few bees have been Ipxt In the imperial Library at Cal ¬ cutta more than 100000 volumes on Indian affairs are brought together and classified i V I ueeu Victoria mtmms to re- he tp talk to the phonograph v nretwrve tierTV v h RODMAN MEACHAM Hopkinsvilie Ky Hop insvil AND i eyas THE PUBLIC Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods Notions Cloth- ¬ Lightning Co i 1 1 1 ing etc before making their purchases y Everything new and up-to-da- te in all departments Main Hnvo opened up thoir show rooms for tho sonBon in tho HOWE BUILDING See Our They are Dandies Ready-To-We- ar Suits All flic Latest Styles YOU Htreot vhoro tiiey hnvo a stock of tho latest improved made by tho best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH Gas Ranges For Sale At Cost Irice Or Will Be Routed At tlie Nominal Sum IN SHOES we have Ike Best 300 Per Year of GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE - v0cepoeritr yys Ar rIso agents for tho GEN JINK WELSBAOH LAMP The finest Lif ut hi existence 1 Remember the Place Next Door to Hardwfcks t S n sBWIffWWfiM 0 tWB i s 11 in wiwiHilTirmniTTnnr imi 11 urari mill inn Ajl r H OttHD LMJJH Differences A HERi Pretty Life AND TKEKB Mowm J -- Itot Rolls at Millers every eve niiig Vegetables of alt kinds at Waliia grocery Saratoga Chips at Mjllcrs all the time Cream Bread fresh every day at v mfrce In Ke V m novelist journalist and vcvnic Savs a New York lis patch Millers v i n 1rt iiitifiil j vntiiur n Louwelsjt is all the rage Call wx o 1B JMYW IB H 5rt Concly cousin of Amelia RiVea on Graves t Southern of the incendjary dan author Strawberries fresh every morn- P which fdc- - ing at Wallis Grocery Smokinir Flax woVel of lynching ne- cnYls the practice Louwclsa the newest thing in jfrpes for a certain class of crime in art goods at Graves Condyjs the South Post Wheeler is best CondS windbw known as author of Reflections of See Graves dislay of Louwclsa Hip hbwesl His cynicisms at the in art goods xoense of feminine frailties have thing out bVpuffht angry blushes to the cheeks Have you seen the beautiful dis ¬ Con to the eyes of play of Louwclsa at Graves rail d indignant tears women in the land Miss dys It is the latest thing in art ana goods CET Reflections ttivos read -w- EAUWiaVWEAPs-RESJJSTCIlSCity Teachers Certificate oiw SanctificationistfTfCeriiiean detested the author Mr heartily Just Received Alarge lot New examination for cer ¬ through his friendship Silks for waists and skirts Come The spring Wheeler An interesting revival is in pro with a New York publisher read - to see us for style and elegance gress at CeruleanSpringsi It is tificates to teach in the city schools xtd -- J Sf iiRmnlrMUi- sill IUU ilUVillll t ntAnli vi w We lead others follow at a slow being conducted byjRev B F will be held in the Clay St school yiax and thoroughly disapproved pace Co RidiiAKDS Shafer Barney Butler and Rev building on Friday and Saturday of the ferocity of the author The May 27 and 28 All wh6 expect to Ladies our millinery department Burtfj all sanctiiicatiohrsts take the examination must be pres- ¬ Dispite this unpromisingbeginning for meetings began Saturday and will Mr Wheeler are hasnt an equal in the city Miss Rives and be continued throughout the pres- ¬ ent at 830 on Friday morning 0f Ide Celebrated met at a re- - style quality and low price Buy ent week The dining hall of the now betrothed Thy PH of us and you summer hats Hai-- Him Arrested ception here and each found the your Cerulean Springpliotel is being uti will be more than pleased Mher Pettus a negro woman ap ¬ other not nearly so disagreeblc as lizetl as an auditorium and is Richards Co they had imagined hence tlie happy peared before Judge Leavcll yes- crowded at each meeting denouement Our gents furnishing goods stock terdavand had a warrant issued 1 detail If Cerulean Farmers Lucky inVcvery is forthe arrest of Bob Baker col TWO DAA1AQE SUITS you you wish to dress correctly A club of farmers in the Cerulean charging him with using insulting can always find the latest here Springs neighborhood shipped three language on the streets Edgar Robinson Sued Bv the Richards Co car loads 25000 bushels of wheat Quarleses for 5000 Each Flour Still Advancing to Evansville Monday receiving PERSONAL GOSSIP 100 per bushel forfi Thi wheat The millers of Nashville yester forhigher prices day put the price of patent flour up Two damage suits each for five Calf Skin and Vici Kid in -- all shape toes at Ir J W Downer is in Prank had been reserved thousand dollars were filed in the when the farmers sold tlie balance from 560 to 710 a barrel an ad ¬ M The de- ¬ fort circuit court yesterday Tshey are well vance of 150 of their crops Lower grades N7 Hughes of Mayfield is in fendant in each case is Edgar Rob- ¬ I pleased with the resulfrof their ex showed a corresponding advance inson and the plaintiffs are S B the city to day per iment Sr s The Hopkinsjille market showed Mr G V Green of this city is The petitions and E A Quarles an advance of 30 cents the price Undersized Patriotsl t are identical in all of the allega- - in Louisville this week being raised from 545 toS575for tions Miss Alice Lander has returned A quartette of undeisixed patriots the best grade Meal has also ad- They allege that on the seventh from a visit to Paducah blew into the city yesterday and vanced from 40 cents to 50 cents a Say of February 1898 the defen- ¬ Mr W S Moore of The Square solicited aid to take them to Tarn- - bushel at wholesale dant Robinson came upon the plain- ¬ was in the city yesterday tiffs while they were at work in J N Pepper of Kirkmansville a barn and unlawfully wickedly spent BIG yesterday in the city made an assault upon them wjth a Miss Annie Mason of Beverly pistol They claim to have suffered was in the city yesterday by reason of such wounding great Capt C D Bell of Bell Station H physical and mental distress and c and to have been rendered in was in the city yesterday fgain In order to makcrboni for wheels of our own manufacture capable of attending to their daily Mr John W Wocd of Gracey we will sell what factonyCwheels we have ou hanh at and It spent yesterday in the city duties for a considerable time is further alleged that they were at Mrs John Evans of Trenton great expense for medical care and spent yesterday in the city attention Mr R A Moore of Marion is The cases will probably be tried visiting his brother H C Moore and 20 jbintly at the June term of circuit G M Allen of Elmo was one of ifWlJi court --4k IW 50 Syracuse cut to the visitors in the city yesterday if We are anxious to incrcaae our tiade ancl are will BIQ BASKET MEETING of Cerulean R P Turney 75 Delker cut to 50 ing to share our profits witli our customers and to ac- Springs spent yesterday in the Will Be Held at Castleberry city complish this hereafter we propose to J G Erwin of Nashville was a Church and Baptizing Come Early before they are all gone guest at the Phoenix hotel yester- ¬ Will Follow day We will make you wheels to order of best material for 50 A Mr II M Massie of Pembroke We will Rev M L Pone nastor of the Patronize home industry have samples up by May 1st pV Castleberry Universalist church was in the city on business yester ¬ Why send your money away when you can get better work done ijX m s Ju closed a very successful day 3 Our repair shop is the best in he city and our line of Bryan of Martin Tenn at home T svmwm rj revival at 111s cnurcn wnicii rcsuit- - was Mguest a at the Phoenix yester- ¬ sundries the most complete Yours to please ted in twenty conversions W8TH EACH Next Sunday there will be a day INN - great baskctimeeting at Castle- ¬ Mrs George V Donnell of Bev- ¬ KS ST to the VJ berry to which the public is invited erly was in the city shopping yes- ¬ HOPKINSViLLE BICYCLE amount of the purchase either it be ten cents or After dinner has been served the terday one hundred dollars These coupons when received congregation will repair to Pools Miss Cecil Holloway of Church E Mo by the customer and amount aggregates to 20 or more Mill where the pastor will adminis Hill was in the city shopping yes- ¬ ter the ordinance of baptism to the terday will be exchanged by us for the converted R J Carothers of Lafayette was a guest at the Phoenix hotel yes- ¬ Of a Targe variety of solid The Southern Baptist Convention terday A oak Furniture Antique finish The session of the Southern Bap- - C R Clements of Nashville was - tist Convention at Norfolk Va among the traveling men in the city closed Monday and the day proved yesterday Consisting of rocking chairs book case writing desk to be one of the most interesting of Mrs Oscar Bagwell of Allens the gathering pj ville is visiting her mother Mrs table hall rack medicine chest etc Committee on Enrollment reported R S Carter Outdoing others Outdoing oursolves in vnluo giving Qrcator Bar For more particular description of the presents call ail delegates on the pay basis C62 Mrs Robt Lloyd and daughter gains more Bargains than over before Wo aro soiling chenper because from direct association 195 total of Pembroke were in the city shop- ¬ our store and see them and we will explain howiJtf wo aro selling more Wo have r3h i 857 ping yesterday obtain them tree of charge and provide an opportunity There were 1500 visitors Hats trimmed in the latest styles- Mr E C Morrow of Clarksville to beautify and enrich your home absolutely Dr J H Eager ol Louisville came in last night and will attend Sailors in all the new shapes and colors made the final report on missions the sales to day Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming among foreign populations in cities Miss Cleveland of Texas arrived An Italian spoke through an inter- ¬ Have you seen our line of new belts preter of his mission work in Balti yesterday to make a visit to Mrs Jewel belts leather belts kidglovescorsets The intelligent public are quick in coming to conclu more Dr E C Burgan of Louis- ¬ Jno F Clardy of Gracey Vt- Hosiery handkerchiefs etc Bargains speak for themselves ville delivered a singularly suc- ¬ Mrs H B Clark of Gracey sions Ihey already know we undersell all competi ¬ cessful address on home missions spent yesterday with herdaughter tors and have no old cheap worn goods Tr Diaz the Cuban Baptist Airs E M Rich of this city apostle who will return to Cuba Yours Truly Dr J M Gill the revered pastor soon told of his work and escape of the Cumberland Presbyterian from Gen Weylcr Dr J B Haw- ¬ church of Elkton was in the city thorne of Nashville made the clos- ¬ yesterday ni ing address asking for Baptist Mr McClure Kelly of Hopkins missionaries in the American navy ville a well known younginsurance ¬ and opposing the chaplaincy sys yf tem Dr McConnelh of Virginia man was in the city yesterday S r i Paducah News Will have a few choice summer patterns on disnlay pruiuuuiccu uiu ueucujcuun Mr Geo F Campbell returned yes ¬ terday from Henderson where he Administrators Report WEDNESDAY WAY 4AS rx Air Thomas II Elliott adminis ¬ had been for several days on proSee them before buying fessional business trator of the estate of his son the UH t fjate Walter P Elliott filed his re- - Mr A P Crockett returned this f i u iptort with the court yesterday which morning from Lexington where he Tjl - Kl i1 Only JQCeutsaW watf a delegate to the State Convent Ad fJon of JSp Worth Leajf iieM iyiMt c tt vuverea r w votir y 9 oclock I Die F W Uifcrevccs has just been proven fjfd Post Wheeler 1 1 That Cupid laughs at literary Erminie Rives jM JfiiV frullife -- -- pa Ma Whefc they dire4 to join the ohtnlcer army 4 W rtiey claim to have tHwz from Company D Moves FirdwiOwc St 1 Chicago where they applied for membership In the State militia jind into Another They had papers Were refused A later received from Lieut E which bore them out in all their Bt Bassett by a friend in tja city statements i says thathis company byTiustling r fire Stowe is Worae knd scheming had managed to se- ¬ MrsiG H Stowc of Julien whose cure better and more comfortable quarters In other wordVfiAt they convalescence was nolcd hi the Had moved into a marescpoifortable Kbntuckian last week has suffered stable With favorablg feather her a relapse and is again critically thinks that the resttpfthVay at ill Leximrton will noLbe unpleasant tResigned His Position for the soldiers HeJ says that the i Mr K P AVilkins has resigned Tnfhnni Tifrht Critartllinvo been very highly coinplTmented on all his posithpn as a deputy sheriff un ySBS uM dTr Mr Barnes to accept A situa ¬ muvc tions attendant at tlie Western For SaleW He te a young mju of Asylum I have some nicerfaniilv horses at good character and capacity and L will make an excellent attendant my stable for saleiClI Layne CfUlWe QUARTERS d 1 I 1 -- - t I 1 lOOO PAIRS JUST RECEIVED up-to-da- te Wear Resister Shoes a- 150 anl 250 CUT BICYCLES ir 3750 PETREE MPANY SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT beEOw cost -- 25wheelssjcutto19 FREE FREE CUBA - KJ 1 I GIVE COUPONS PURCHASE airrw RICH CO Props 1H THE PALACE i Millinery Millinery CUSTOMERS CHQ8CE OF ¬ i FREE OF CHARGE Mrs Ada Layne THE u LEADER RICHARDS CO ra ¬ THE DAILY wiA at y TL KENTUCKIA 1 1 fliUBEnfcJLEW