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M 0 V 1 JSiV i II In i m VOL 1 NO 12 r HOPKINSVILLE KT THUESDAt MORNING MAY 12 1898 f JCEntuchian PEIOE 2 OEtfTS Tho bond featuro providing for the issue of THE BOND FEATURE KNOCKED OUT WASHINGTON D C May I 11-Sp- ecial-Tho War Revenue f I Bill is ready to report to the Senate l 50000000 of bonds has been eliminated J rrom II fill ine dim TL me amenumenis moiuueo a corporation tax or m- ot X per cent a provision for the coinage of silver seigniorage and the issue of 150000000 of greenbacks term of office expires with thismeel ing our high appreciation of his zeal his activity his intelligent loyalty his untiring efforts and ins excellent judgment displayed at all times in the interest of Hop kinsvilles greatest institution the Hopkmsville Public Scheols For his great interest and un Â¬ ORDERS FOR FIVE MILLION RATIONS Preparations On Large Scale for Ejectment unless there is some unforeseen con- Â¬ tingency Gen Woodford eventually will return to Madrid Maj Gen Joseph Wheeler is the ARE CHANGEABLE AS THE WIND Trying for the success which has attended his connection with this Washington Authorities Now to uuuy iur so many years lie is en- Â¬ titled to the thanks of the entire of Spanish from Cuba community and as the representa- Â¬ Head Off Sampson tives of the school interests of this city we now assure him that he has the thanks and appreciatidn of NO NEWS FROM SAMPSONS FLEET FRESH FEARS CONthe friends of our schools BELEIF THAT HE HAS ADOPTED DEWEYS PLAN AND We recognize our loss and the CERNING SAFETY OF OREGON loss to the schools in his refusal to CUT THE CABLE stand for re election and in taking MIN18TER WOODFORD leave of him assure him of our in first of the newly appointed Major cordial crnnrl will Troops Will Be Sent Sampson If Porto Rico is Captured Other Late Developments In the War Situation On Land Generals to take the field He BURGLARY AT DAWSON spent his last day at the Capital un- Â¬ Whereabouts of Cape Verde Fleet a Problem til his army service is ended and And On the Sea left Washington yesterday for Chat- Â¬ Rice Bros Store Entered and Two Cash Drawers Rifled Washing ton D C May 11 Special Army movements show that ac- Â¬ tanooga to take his command Washington May 11 Special the Globe from Gibraltar says a tive preparationson a large scale for the ejectment of the Spanish from COMMERCIAL CONVENTION The large dry goods store of Rice An effort is 4eing made to catch Spanish steamer which has just Cuba are now being made Orders were placed to day for 5000000 Bros at Dawson one of the lead Sampsons squadron before it arrived there reports officially that rations one fourth to be sent to the Philippines the rest to Cuba Mr Chas F Jarrett Talks d Ohtthe ing mercantile establishments of she passed yesterday evening a reaches and attacks Porto Rico Gen Miles and staff will go to Tainpa this week Nothing has been that place was burglarized Tues Â¬ Tobacco Question Spanish torpedo boat destroyer Dispatches are going in every di Â¬ heard from Sampson The government doubts that the Cape Verde ileet day night The thief was a bold which was guarding Algeirras Bay t The first State Commercial Con- Â¬ fellow as the circumstances show rection to head him ofi but up to and Straits has returned to Cadiz Troops will be sent to Sampson to occupy Porto Shortly after the vention was called toordcr Wednes Â¬ and was evidently no new hand in the present time the department has steamer passed her all the lights Rico when he takes that island Freshfears for the safety of the Oregon the business not been able to intercept him any Â¬ of the destroyer were suddenly ex Â¬ which left Bahia two days ago are now felt The cruiser Charleston dayat 1115 oclock in Louisville He prized open the front door where tinguished a terrific explosion fo- Â¬ Mr T L Jefferson was nomina- Â¬ will start the end of the week conveyingthe Philadelphia and transports ted for Temporary Chairman and with a crow bar and entering the This is the result of the chanjre llowed immediately and the destroy- Â¬ with troops for the Philippines sailing from San Francisco er disappeared elected without opposition He in- Â¬ house rifled two cash drawers se- Â¬ of plans of the Spanish government The Senate has confirmed Dewevs nomination as Rear Admiral troduced Mr Harry Weissinger curing a considerable sum of mon- Â¬ The disaster the dispatch adds who delivered the address of wel ey Stacks of clothing were over and our own as well It is now was apparently caused by the ex- Â¬ -Gen niles Will Command turned and thrown into disorder considered undesirable to attack-- plosion of the boilers of the torpedo come for Louisville but no merchandise of value was Porto Rico until Cuba falls and in- - boat destroyer The Hon P Watt Hardin was It is feared that Special A bulletin says Gen Merritt has San Francisco May 11 all on board of her have perished next introduced and responded on missed vasion will be made of the Intfpr teen appointed to command the vnlunteers from the Pacific coast and behalf of A bloodhound from Greenville the visitors to the welcom M will lead the invading army to be sent to the Philippines Hastens Expedition to Cuba was dispatched for and arrived at even if Sampson cannot be reached ing address and turned back The animal trailed the One eifect of the retreat of the Hon Jno W Yerkes was elected noon In case the department cannot in- Â¬ Spanish fleet has been to hasten ileet begins Blanco puts heart in Permanent Chairman An interest- thief to a point in the woods where GEN BLANCO his starving soldiers and imbues ing program was carried out in the he had left a horse hitched to a tercept Sampson before he carries even more the preparations already The tracks of the horse out his instructions to bhell and under full headway for thi tV Among the speakers tree Is Trying to Put Courage Into His them with the idea that a Yankee afternoon invasion can be rebelled at any was Mr Chas F Jarrett of this could be plainly seen patching of military expeditions to Here the take Porto Rico the flying squad Â¬ Starving Soldiers point trace was lost and all hope of cap Â¬ Cuba city who spoke on the subject It also has caused a mm ron off Fortress Monroe will be de- Â¬ plete change in the concentration Kentucky as a Tobacco State turing the thief abandoned The Spanish soldiers are display Â¬ tailed to Cuban waters there being plans Time is now believed to be KILLED AT NASHVILLE There will be a grand banquet to- ing much activity along the line of Havemeyers Suicide no longer any danger of an attack the great factor night There is no long- Â¬ coast from Bahia Honda 45 miles One New York May 10 Charles F irom tllbbpanishon our coast cities er opportunity toindulgen extensive Soldier Boy Shoots Another west of Havana to Cardenas 65 llayemeyer son of the late Theo PLAUDIT WINS AGAIN The plans at the War Depart Â¬ drilling- and practice maneuvering With a Pistol miles to the eastward As the J The lore Havemeyer and a nephew of ment have been changed again and need regular army troops do not ships of the blockading ileet have j Henry O these and are to be thrown at Havemeyer the head of Ths first death in the ranks of Captures Rich Clark Stakes Dinstructions to prevent the erection the American Sugar Refining Com Â¬ Gen Miles will not leave to night once into the fray Many of the volunteers came of new fortifications and have at the Tennessee efeating Lieber Karl a Second pany shot and killed himself last as he had intended to do It is regiments of the National guard various points shelled working pair froin a pistol which the victim Time night at his country home near Ros confidently expected that he will do which are entering the volunteer ties the taskjof strengthening ex- thought was not loaded Tuesday service are felt to be sufficiently lynL I His wife and fwo children so before the end of the w eek isting- defenses and throwing up Charles Harrison and Will Halde trained from amilitary point of view 11 Spec were in the house at the time Telegraphic orders were sent to to earthworks is carried on principal- Â¬ man two Nashville boys belonging ialLouisville Kyr May follow the regulars immediate- Â¬ There vwas a tremendous Mr Havemeyer had been sick for the governors ly at night save in the immediate to the battery which was attached of all of the states ly and the department crowd at Church Hill Downs this a long time indicates its to the Second regiment were play Â¬ vicinity of Havana this morning to have their troops purpose to day of dispatching these ing with some comrades Harrison afternoon to- witness a fine card Sharp Decline in Wheat ready at the earliest possible mo- Â¬ volunteer troops directly to the gulf secured a carbine asabreandapis Society was well represented and 11 coast for shipment instead of send- Â¬ Chicago May The bulls on ment tol and approaching Haldeman hundreds of horselojving Kentuck If Sampson succeeds in taking ing them to Chickamauga This who was his chum directed him to ians frpm every section of the State the Board of Trade to day trans Â¬ disposition was shown by the were present Thecnyd in fact ferred their attention from the Porto Rico keep quiet He prodded Haldeman the administration changes in the new wheat pit to provisions Assisted orders issued in the breast with the sabre and was almost as largeas Derby Day There were a large number of by heavy outside buying July pork wishes to be prepared to follow up to the troops although there yet was whirling the pistol around f the attack from the sea by an occu may be a return to the original when it was discharged anil the coaching parties andjbox parties has advanced 80c per barrel July program of concentration if the lard 65c a tierce and July ribs 45c pation on land ball struck Haldeman in the left of the Falls City 400 plans show signs of weakness as Of course all interest centered in per 100 pounds The advance in Within Fifty Allies of Havana breast directly over the heart and they develop The quartermaster SText to the Der Â¬ lard was attributed to heavy buy the Clark stakes New York May 11 caused instant death Harrison is Special ing by Armour and Cudahy general has already gotten under by this is thei richest prize of the agonized and attempted A Key West special says that in- cnarter twentv seven merchant meeting the Association guaran Â¬ Heavy sales by packers to the teeing the stake to bewrth not less government for army use was at formation has reached that place of earnersfor the transportof troops than 1000 On account of the the bottom of the bull movement the landing within fifty miles of and roughly speaking these should WOODFORD DECLINES close finishby Plaudit and Leiber Closing figures for the day were at Havana oftheexpedition undercom- - carT ahout 0000 men Others top July wheat at the close mand of Capt Dorst Fourth Caval Â¬ are being procured as rapidly as Prefers His Present Office to a Ma Karl in thejDerby the people were the anxious tq see the great three year j showed a loss of 3j and Mav Cc ry which left Tampa yesterday on possible jor Generalship Gen Wheel- Â¬ and SI 79 res Â¬ olds struggle again for mastery closing at 110 board the transport Gssieu J Boy Killed In XoddlV er Leaves for Chicka- Lieber Kagl sold in the books as pectively Elkton Ky May 11 Dick Har Â¬ The Natives Are Bloodthirsty favorite in spite of his recent de Chicago Market mauga ris the son of W W New York May 11 Special feat The bullof monoylwas be QUOTATIONS IJV RAWLINS CO Hirris near this city who was ac Â¬ A copyrighted dispatch to the CAPTAIN OKNEItAL ULANCO Vjg BROKERS Washington May 11 The Prcs- - hind him cidentally shot through the The race Waaiwon by Plaudit in jdentjjt is understood intends that tVg Uigt Closing Evening World dated at Hongkong with a shotgun by his brotherbowels 4J Along he coast fresh sand to died V4B 1 65 CTuTvVheat to day says teries are being thrown up almost Gent Stewart L Woodford the Min a gallop I 79 in horrible gony late Wednesday 15 yery night but these works are of inter to Snnin shalj retain his di- I 10 The Philippine chief Gen Agui evening July Wheat i4tf The little fellows had MR RUSSELLXOMPLiriENTED may character and would be j vtjiibtbjr u luynui IU Hum- aaldo has issued a proclamation to been squirrel hunting and in OATH OF OFFICE feed by the fire of the big guns rid after the war jjf brought to a the insurgents at Manila to obov the absence of shot used a ew minutes The officers of close and diplomatic relations are Six Years Faithful Service On the the orders of Commodore Dewey charge composed of bits of iron and ckading fleet believe Captain restored This statement is made by Election Commissioners Met at School iBoard and United States Consul Williams umbrella ribs cut in small pieces tVhU Blrmin lo mnufinn n imml a well known Senator cognizant of In handing the gnu through the Frankfort For Organization Killing still goes on in the outly Â¬ fence to his iSSFiry in the erection of iu- - the facts Gen Woodfords first At the recent meeting of the Â¬ brother it exploded Pub mcMwsfchOre batteries The knowledge of the intention to con- Â¬ lic School Ky May 11 The ing districts where the natives are the entire and terrible load taking Â¬ Roardfbe following reso Frankfort LreilgtlmyL mu fhrmhln fer a Major Generulshipon him was lution was unanimously Board of Election Commissioners revenging themselves on the priests effect as above adopted L worH HOklvana is a verv on his meeting with the President REsarVEiThatUhif Roird of composed of Judge Pryor W T and local Spanish officials in Eld Jno S Shonse of Lexig- spite PTereht thiilfiMk ri iM1 i on the latters summons to come im Â¬ ficlnjly and the members of the Ellis and Chas B Poyntz arrived of the proclamation ton Ky is holding a protracted of Aguinnhlo w br tta eriS of thbflc jight mediately to Washington after hmd- - Rpardt individually ii desire to e here this morning and formally iw meeting at the Christian churclwir ii HCItOtf jvlijcli5 p4andond JLW New York The pffcr made pres and we do now tender to our tpol the Oath of office in the office pf Is Tills Retribution uacuz uwerfi have been WrUWMMi tf tb msu wm proiiuiuy ueauneu flmi Prefidety ot the Qauvt of Appeals Wimr LoncUA Kuutell vhod l Clerk May 1L A dispjitch to tccesio9 Â¬ 9 Â¬ Â¬ I est and selfish devotion to this great inter- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ self-destructi- on Â¬ Â¬ -- V t s- L A 1 U3D eig-hti-Ui- i i - Af MWWBfWmilt IfffflBMBMBW HI Downing May Be Shot Washington May 11 Judge Ad Â¬ vocate General Leibcr hits officially recommended to Adjutant General Published crery morning except Monday by Dollreml by carriers to all parts ot the dty at Cprbin that George Downing alias rat webk 10 oxjrr 0XA8 X SUBAOXAKf 313 IS Main Henry Rawlings accused of being Arc you interested in he prices of Lines and Childrens Slippers a spy in the employ of the Spanish SUBSCRIPTION XATIS IF SO- - this is an opportunity that you cant afford to miss To close ihese linos Government be tried by Court 85 X ER ji EEK JU martial Downing may be sen out right away we have decided to cut tho 1 T w Pkr Month IN TWO- - All ot ourlliifiWaml if tenced to death He was arrested i us iA- r t Itcodls the en Ihusiasm of the hero- The Kentucky Companies have here a few days ago It is now childrens slippers MT worshlpcfr to flunk of the bill s been relettered according1 to term known that Downings love for the m VV The Third housemaid at the Spanish Legation of service of captains regiment is now lettered as follows in this city led him to be a traitor r y v n aSo far the South has been com A Madisonville Capt Burchfield to his adopted country His desire ait pletely overlooked in the nomina- - B Bowling Green Capt Clark C to be revenged for the disgraceful Oiir Little Giant shoes and slippers are the host wearing goods brought to this ption of staff officers Bardstown Capt Beckham D manner of his discharge from the market arid every one who lias evor tried them will testify tho truth of this assertion Hopkinsvillc Capt John Feland E Navy only spurred him on has Hrhe ittiidisonvillc Hustler and Owensboro Capt Logan Feland The secret service agents firmly changed to an afternoon paper F Glasgow Capt Bailey G Hart-Â¬ believed that Carranza and Down- Â¬ will decide after a m6ntirsMnal ford Capt Kcown H Henderson ing who is a naturalized Ahieri- --whether to keep it going- or notCapt Atkinson I Paducah Capt can had agreed upon terms and Davis K Vanceburg Capt Brew- Â¬ mappep out their journej before One by one the European powers er L Lcxingt6n Capt Reynolds the Spanish party left this city have decided to keen handsroff and M Morgantown Capt Howard there is now no danger of interfer Another Change of Leaders ence Then whats the matter with Tampa May 11 The command The government mustering officer lendintrithc war Â¬ in Kansas refuses to pass captains of the United States troops at Tam Ste in Company HTenhnes- - and other officers who were in the pa was yesterday formally turned over to MajorGeneral John F Wade see volunteers wno leu cunp at civil war and are drawing pensions by Major General Shatter in confor- Â¬ Nashville without orders was put from the government for physical mity with the orders received yes therein contracted to carrying a heavy log of wood un- Â¬ disabilities It is Governor Lcedy is commissioning terday from Washington der guard as a punishment stated on good authority however the rejected men in spite of the gov- Â¬ And so the Cape Verde fleet has ernment officers orders and quite a that no changes in the plans as re- Â¬ WORTH 75c 100 125 and 150 gards the movement of troops from returned to Cadiz Well let Samp- - row is on this point toward Cuba are contem- son go to Cadiz what Dewey did to Manila and the war will soon be Jim McKenzie laughed the duty plated Gen Shafter it is said will command the army on Quban over off quinine a few years ago and the soil and will direct the campaign Pri- Â¬ one act made him famous lWl Gen Woodford has declined a vate Allen of Mississippi against Havana John generals commission at the front has gone him one better and has 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75e 100 125 and 150 flormon Elders he might be induced to let laughed a man out of Congress It A couple of Mormon elders are Sampson have tlie use of his jaw is generally understood at Wash- Â¬ holding a series of meetings at 3 bone a while in his attack on the ington that but for Allens speech Boyds school house in North Spanish Philistines would Christian Colonel Josiah Patterson They are having large still be a member of Congress audiences and several converts All of the volunteers in the Sec- Times have been made We will also put in this sale our entire line of ond Tennessee regiment have been Clarksville black kid and tan 400 failed to pass examined and He Was Released button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction Charley Meachams new newspa- Â¬ and that number of new men will Bob Baker col who was arrest- Â¬ per venture the Daily Hopkbcs have to be recruited ed Tuesday at the instance of a ville Kentuckiak has reached the we are still selling It is a six column quarto negro woman named Ether Pettus Con- - News A Frankfort dispatch says at prime Eastern TTir1r11is- - well edited editorially and full of charged with using insulting langu Â¬ frroocmnn Tn v Pnlcnn n w p New York Cbsf has every age on the street was released by Jborough is to be assigned to duty late intelligence and it a success Judge Leavell Wednesday ii j as a Major of the Third Regiment assurance of becoming Mr Meacham is a born newspaper fflM he Third Rejriment ought to be The Gerrymander man and that His jvextuckiax is a able to furnish its own officers credit to the state is not at all sur- - In tracing the origin of this pecu- Â¬ liar term which we have unfortu- Â¬ Col Don Vincent Catlijo Gen prising Paducah News OKSk It nately found occasion to use very jiVeylers brother-in-lawho is a J- J- A Kentucky man named Trigg frequently in recent years we are SSf prisoner of war at Ft McPherson fr Atlanta threatens to starve him- - has named his new daughter Dew- Â¬ led back to the early part of this bwm self to death in prison Catlijo is a ey We knew it was bound to century In 1812 when Elbridge small man very pompous in ap- Â¬ come but thought it would strike Gerry was governor of Massachu- Â¬ Gas pearance and has a violent temper the boys first But since the new setts the democratic legislature re Admirals name fits either sex districted the state in order toserve This morning at 10 oclock the there is no telling where the baby their party purposes in the election AND tljree Confederate and one Federal naming fad will end of state senators In distributing monuments erected by the State of the party vote to secure their ends Tennessee to her dead soldiers in A Cadiz dispatch says preparat- Â¬ some very peculiarly shaped dis- Â¬ Lightning Co it will be dedicated at ions are on foot to send a relief ex- Â¬ tricts were constructed both armies One odd Chickamauga Park with imposing pedition ofSOOOmentoGen Augusti bit of political geography attracted Have opened up their show ceremonies at Manila through the Suezcanal a the attention of a facetious man Is the only morning daily paper published rooms for the season in the trip of 40 days Instructions will who added a beak wings and Another rich man has offered to be sent him to hold out as long as claws to the district as outlined within a radius of 70 miles of Hopkinsvillc HOWE BUILDING Main buy a commission from the Presi- - possible but that will not be long saying There that will do for a street whore thoy have a atoek r dent O H P Belmont has pro- salamander Salamander said of the latest improved posed to build and equip a dyna- I call it aGerry-man-dGen V H Dorst formerly Amer- Â¬ a bystander w niite gun vessel if permitted to ican military attache at Vienna And the name thus applied Gas Ranges For Sale fJK command it in the war against to a particularly flagrant example was selected to lead the first de- Â¬ At Cost Price Up-to-da- te fVspairi tachment of the Cuban army of in- Â¬ of unfair districting has since been 4Q Or Will e Routed vasion He left Tampa Tuesday universally applied to all represen- Â¬ ts Gen Blanco has cabled his home tative districts constructed with the At tlie Nominal Sum of arovernment that provisions and The Georgetown company has purpose of depriving a minority 300 Per Year by Up m supplies ot all kinds are running elected George Green a Bible Stu- Â¬ party of its just share of represen- Â¬ very short in Havana The Cortes dent of Georgetown College cap- tation Are also agents for tho GEN has just passed the war meas- - tain Capt Moorman who organ- Â¬ UINE WELSBACH LAMP A High Rolling Princess ures and the navy is without both ized the company was left out The finest Light in exiBteuco To CitySubSGribers 10 Cents Week London May 11 The Vienna coal and ammunition This prob- correspondent of the Daily Chron- Â¬ ably explains why the fleet has re The Spanish Cortes has at last icle says f turned to Spain Princess Louise of adopted the war measure which Saxe Coburg and Gotha was con- Â¬ THE PRESENT imposes heavy taxes on the people veyed to a private asylum Monday Mr Zeno M Young has sold the T to fight a hopeless war Delivered at Your Door by 6 a m The Princess had clandestinely Madisonville Mail to Mr F V Baker and will move to Elkton to passed the last few weeks with THEP08T4JISPATCH Enlistment of Jews look after the farming interests of Lieut Von Mattacgich Keglinch V Significant and striking a lesson her lover at his castle near Ag his mother-in-laMrs Sullivan Is tlie Only BIG is the offer of several hundreds of ram Croatia In the meantime her Mr Baker has been connected with St Louis Paper Russian Jews who just recently be Â¬ debts grew to millions of florins and the paper since it began publica- IN came naturalized citizens of the bills bearing the alleged forged With Its Own Staff Correspondents United States to enlist in the United signature not be changed of the Archduchess ifTv at all Poiuts of Interest 4 f- States army to fight against Spain Stephanie came into circulation At Havana Mr Sylvester Scovol iY j The present plan is to at once DWe may safely assert that ninety-fPrince Philip of Saxe Coburg At In order to make room for wheels of our own manufacture Madrid VA take possession of Cuba and Porto ive Jews out of a hundred were and Gotha had the Lieutenat arrest Mr A E Houghton feJl we will sell what factory wheels we have 011 Imnh at and i r 14anwuui in iivn j nuiL iir me opaiuaii hoping and praying for peace but edt the suspicion prevailing that he At Washington fleet cannot be found on this side of now as the hostilities have com- Â¬ forged the bills without the knowl- Â¬ Mr Stephen Bonsai r the Atlantic an expedition may be menced they will be found as pa- Â¬ edge of the Princess At New York The latter MrMbrton Watkins i sent against the Canary Islands triotic as any other class of cit- Â¬ has been placed under guardians I ThesuUsbuidb would make a line izensand who can blame the chil- Â¬ and King Leopold her father is i THE NEWS OP TJIE DAY IN 25 wheels cut to 19 and 20 base of supplies for an attack on dren of Israel if they rejoice at the prepared to pay her debts and to Spain proper Unless the Madrid defeat of the Spanish forces Jew Â¬ arrange the matter of the forged THE POST DISPATCH 50 Syracuse cut to government is brought to terms ish Spectator bills 15 cents a week seven days if de Â¬ promptly an invasion of Spain may 75 Delker cut to 50 livered by agent 60 cents a mouth The Orange Sale L N TIME TABLE be decided upon if sent by mail The Church Hill Grange sale Vill TRAINS SOUTH The Surgeons Board began the come off to morrow and if the nice No 55 Hopkinsville Afc 615 a m Come Early before they are all gone work of examining volunteers at weather continues there will be a No 58 FaBt Lino 085 am No 51 Fast Mail 518 pm Lexington Tuesday Of seventy big crowd on hand We will make you wheels to order of best material for 50 Live stock No 91 NO Limited Do you oxpoct to do any pa- 1110 pm nine men in Company G of Coving Â¬ will bring the best prices for years Wo will Bend vou free We will have samples up by May 1st Dernier TRAINS KORTO Patronize home industry ton nineteen failed to pass and and stock as a rule will be found in No 92 Chicago Limited 986 a pi a largo selection ot samplos from 80 Why send your money away when you twenty four men will have to be re- Â¬ good condition can get better work done The managers of ii u u oi ajuu liixoc mini iuioa m por roll up All now coloringH and uovolties up to ditot WE PAY at home cruited o fill the company The the sale have passed a rule prohib- Â¬ No 50 HopkinBvillo Ac 825 pm Our repair shop is he best in he city and our line ow FREIGHT Wo want an agout sundries the most vbrkj is now progressing swiftly iting the scattering of printed mat- Â¬ No 45 Fast Line 948 p m in every town to complete Yours to please sell on commission Nashville Accommodation doog nut run on from largo and the surgeons will probably ter about the church yard The innday sample books No capital complete the examination of all advertising busipess hasbeenover Nort h bound St Louli and Ohlnairn Pint required For samples or particulars ljavtj lirough trains solid and sleepers addrosB members of the Second and Third done heretofore and cleaning up trolna to Chicago and Bt Louis BICYCLE 104 FftatUho atop oulyUt Important 8UUobi regiments now in camp by Satur Â¬ the waste paper has been a bigaiul and crowing Ua through Iullman Bleep ars to Atlanta Qa troublesome job day 717 758 Ninth Avp N Y City J MAAMBtAgeni XEbe SDail ffcentuckian Ladies and Childrens 2 r aw wvirs- - VWEI WILL KtACE ON SALE TO MORROW fC PAIRS li- - Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers ii CUT PRICE 40c 50c 65c and 75c OUT PRICE 40 50 65 75 OTS Little Giant Half Price v Z REMEMBER Clothing v r2 I w MAMMOTH- - SHOE GO O LOTBDOSTG- rlopnille The Daily Kentuekian - er Bright Newsy and News Wire td 2 a Â¬ Â¬ DoM CMS w GUT BICYCLER 3750 - oi below cost w ALL PAPER S Wolf IPBLLE E M RICH IBPft CO u 1IK - TROUBLE IN THE LAND hlw health in travel Bui when the preliminary report curao from Cnpt Sampson In a private dispatch say Â¬ The Spaniards at Manila fn the ing that our battleship had been de Â¬ Men from the North and South Want stroyed by a submarine mine the spirit Middle of a Bad Fix of AmerioanJsm the ambition to lake to Fight for tho Union part In the war which seemed immiThe following comes by Vtty of nent aroused all his latent will power Formosa w Alger told President McKIn Prejitdorit McKlnleya War Ilcaord- - and Gen he wanted to go to work even ley that Manila is reported to be in a 12 hm1 Veteran Cotifeilerfttc if lie died In the harness as secre- panic The Spaniards in tliq city In fotucOITcrTlnsIr Services tary of war From that time to the are completely by Hurrottnded lo Secretary Alger present the old soldier has been growenemies Ho hns rendered his ing stronger Special Wushlngton Letter country splendid service in organising In front is ttfc victorious Ameri- Â¬ 18 ycurs of ngo when WAS only our military defenses When lie speaks can fleet under Admiral iJewey 1 enlisted In the Twenty third of the patriotism which has been man- which Ohio infantry June Jl 1801 has wiped out the Spanish in the letters which he has re McKliilcy to Sen ifested said President fleet destroyed the forts at Cavitc ceived from the entire countrv hlsevos ator Allison in the white house in tho flush with the vigor of youthful de besides those at the entrance to the wlib presence of nn old acquaintance termination nnu he looks like a cata- bay and has threatened to shell 1b a newspaper nmn and a correspond- Â¬ pult of war lie Is every Inch a sol- the city at the lirst sign of further ent of n number of weekly papers I dier and has been growing stronger hostilities was full of enthusiasm then for I did with every day of hard work not realize what war wus I seon found In the rear on the land side are President McKInlcy and Secretary out Its horrors Jiecuuse of my per Â¬ of War Alger arc the onlymembcrs of the native insurgents impatient to sonal recollections of tho Buffering of wreak revenge upon the Spanish men on the field of battle I bave depre- Â¬ for 300 years of tyranny and tor- Â¬ I have grown cated wnr and besides as I have come to understand what ture older it mentis to our entire people It means The rebels are unorganized un- Â¬ enjpty houseD empty heuvts and empty disciplined armed with a miscel- Â¬ futures for our young men and women laneous lot of weapons and are a for our Httlo children who know noth- Â¬ which deprive them of mob rather than a military force ing of the causes fathers and of the comforts of their But General Auginaldo the chief homes whom they idolize has promised There you hnvei tlic words of the the American commander that the president of the Untied States a man natives shall not commit atrocities wnr for the defense who went into tho of the union when he was not yet a when the Philippine capital is cap- Â¬ full grown man one who saw the tured earnnge of bnttle and who witnessed The surrender of the city was ex- Â¬ the sufferings of those who went to GEN JOSEPH WHEELER pected hourly when the ship bring- Â¬ contract- Â¬ hospital and died of diseases ReadyMo FIjjht for the Republic In Any ing the news of Admiral Dewey s ed by exposure to wind and weather Capacity in various climates and under all sorts remarkable triumph sailed from of conditions It Is no wonder that he the present administration who served Manila has done all within his power to avert in the army during the war of the rewar fie is primarily responsible for bellion President McKinley entered Hopkinsville Produce Harket the present and future welfare of our tho service as a privnto soldier and CaBh prices paid by Hopkinsville Â¬ country and he has been heroically do- was mustered out as a captain and ing his duty as helms seen it Thus even when o merchants brevet major I was a young man full of enthusi- Â¬ mere boy attaining his mnjorlty his Bacon asm and determined to do my part abilities were rccognled his brevet Hams country n3s Secretary of War Alger when I rank was conferred as the records of Shoulders Â¬ 4A5c for galentered the service in the Second Michi the war department show Sides now in my later lantry In baititle gan cavalry But years I am thrilled as I was 37 years Secretary of War Alger enlisted as Laid 516o ago Then It was my own- patriotism a private soldier September 2 nnd wns Country Produce which thrilled me Now it is the thrill mustered into the service as enptnin on 16e Butter of tho patriotism of the country which October 2 1801 He was promoted to 8c Eggs my ofilelal ca- bo major lletftennnt colonel nnd renews my jouth In pacity I have been receiving letters colonel was severely wounded and was New feathers 3032c from all parts of the country from vet- Â¬ breveted brigadier general and mnjor Beeswax 2022c erans of our own wnr tendering their gnicral for gallant and meritorious Tallow services in the event of war The great Â¬ service during the civil war Ginseng per lb McKinley was only 18 years gen- Â¬ 2225 President est of all the surviving confederate 10c Honey erals James Longstreet writes that he of age and Gen Alger was 20 years The Is ready for military duty He is about of age when the war began wnshed wool Tub 2830c 80 years of age but is a graduate of difference in their ages may somewhat Greased 1820c West Point and served in the Mexican account for the fnct that Gen Alger Burry wool 1014c In the war outstripped the stripling McKinley war and also under Lee of the rebellion lie might not be able during the four j enrs of tho civil war Vegetables BOc to go into the field but his military After the war McKinley studied and New potatoes per bushel knowledge and experience would be of practiced law and en me to congress 50c Cabbage per barrel and then beenme governor of Ohio nnd fjrent service to the country Poultry Gen Then again Joseph Wheeler of Ala- Â¬ president of the United States Old chickens live per lb 5J6c bama who was graduated from West Alger possesses business instinct and he went to Michigan engaged in va Roosters 2lc Point military academy in 1809 and rious enterprises and becnmc a mil6c Turkeys por lb He began life on borrowed lionaire Ducks lc capital and is as much entitled to credit Graiu as McKinley for his life success Sfl These men are worthy types of AmerClover por bushel ican citizenship They are old solOats homo grown per bu 3ifr38c diers companions 1n arms who saw 3ic Com their country in peril nnd went on the iKic Wheat field in defense of the flag Now tented they are togetherimhigh administrative Live stock offices and whoever would doubt their Hogs JSfcUO patriotism would doubt his belief in 2 50310 Sheep his own integrity S2K50fl vattle But because the other members of the cabinet were not soldiers we need Calves 350f 1 not doubt their sterling worth It is Hides aud Furs now 33 ycnrSv since the close of the Green hides 6a 7c civil war and few men are now living COL FREDERICK D GRANT 8e Green Baited hides and distinction Willing to Servo Wherever He May Be who achieved fame Dry flint 1012c then There is a new generation in Ordered to Go charge of affairs Does anybpdy doubt The Pioneer Limited who as a lieutenant general of cav- Â¬ that the young men born during or alry when only 24 years of age ten- since the civil war have less patriotism Is the name of the only perfect ders his services His military ability than was then displayed by American train in the world how running e energy in all things citizens Certainly not is conceded and his would make him a splendid soldier for Not only in the wnr department but ery night between Chicago St Paul the republic In the field or in the ad- also in the navy department there are and Minneapolis via the Chicago visory councils of the war department magnificent manifestations of the pa Milwaukee St Paul Railwa But one of the letters received deep triotism of the people Old the pioneer road of the West in ly touched my henrt It came from Jouett who served with Farrn Frederick Dent Grant son of Ulysses gut and who has been retired for age adopting all improved facilities for S Grant He writes that when a young writes Give me command of the mon- the safety and enjoyment of passenmnn he served under his distinguished itor Puritan nnd I will bo willing to gers An illustrated pamphlet father In the siege of Vicksburg nt fight any dozen battleships thnt may showing views of beautiful scenerj Chattanooga Missionary Ridge in the come to our shores DbntleUvo Old Wilderness Spottsylvania and Peters- Jouett out of this fracas for he is full along the route of the Pioneer Limburg campaigns thnt he afterwards of fight ited will be sent free to any perentered West Point military academy From north and south east and west son upon receipt of two cent postand wns graduated in 1871 that he in tho war and navy departments we Address Geo H Neat served in Indian campaigns under Gen find welling up a spirit of patrjptic en age stamp Miles that lje was an officer on the thusiasm which makes the blood run ford General Passenger Agent staff of Gen Sherman nnd also served warm with pride for our country and Chicago 111 in the same capacity on the staff of its people Spain is a rotten country Lieut Gen Sheridan and he concludes inhabited by people ns barbarous as by saying that the record of the war tho uboriglnnl Indians of this coun department will show in what capacity try The Indians used to burn people he is best fitted to serve his country nt the stake nnd make them run the WCMiTH READING and that he will respond lo any order gauntlet but it wns all over in a few that piny be issued and will do his duty hours But Spnin has extended her tor Local State and National to the best of his ability wherever he ture over a period of two years and lay be directed to sen e she has coolly looked upon the slow WIM BE FOUND IN TUG Is it any wonder that my blood starvation of those unfortunates The tiould be thrilled with ithe enthusiasm blood of the innocents in Mntnnzns will pf my yonngerduys when the son of my cry to Heaven for revenge until this -- AND TnE old federal commander comes thus to country comes to the relief of the livfront and whon the ohlconfedcrntc ing even if it does not nvenge the dead the Boldlers come right along requesting who went shriveled nnd torn to their wee k ly El Kl II I Id a chance- to serve this united country doom when they were murdered on the People have wondered why battleship Maine by Spanish dnstnrds of ours I have recovered from my protracted SMITH D FRY Wo have arranged a Clubbing Rate tell you if it had not been illness oy walcn wo can givo i Church of Cnnnllmllmii for this marvelous manifestation of patriotism T would have been T According to n French writer 20 per Both Papers One Year unICTsnl for 225 unable to attend to my duties as T cent of all cannibals eat the dead In order to glorify them 10 per cent cat Regular price for Both fhavc done is 300 great warriors in order that they may J he render will better understand th enthusiastic tnlk of inherit their courage and eat dead chil Â¬ Wo secretary Have yon generous part of thin of war when Informed of tho fnct that dren in order to renew their youth sum iiuring jC noths of December and ten per cent partake of their near January Inst Gen Algor was confined relatives from religious motives cither Seud or bring your cash with ordoi to tho to his hud nmj for n 1jmt Wls not in connection with initiatory rites or expected to live He had Jiwt recov to glorify deities and 5 percent fenst ered enough strength to go 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CD D oT B Â¬ D- - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Rear-Ad-mir- al Â¬ Â¬ Tremendous ISacrifice IN NEW G00DS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All The JO rmincrarjiM jx Emwrrzixm S STORE up-to-da- Hews Â¬ The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Bttvers KENTUCKlN THE PUBLIC- Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods Notions ingj etc before making their purchases Kverytliing new and departments te Â¬ Cloth in all 1 I They arc See Our Dandies Ready-To-We- ar Suits h ie made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH IN SHOES we have tlic Best ill the Latest Styles V Â¬ KENTUCKIAN GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU il Remember the PlaceNext Door to Bardwicks fagfc- lit wPtflBBlllU ft 01 i MJUdsmmmmmmmfMtffg j and tmfore it could be extinguished A Clark overseer for the Gracey HERE AND THERE she was literally cooked alive and Cerulean Springs road from n Gracey to Cerulean Hot Rolls at Millers every eve- - Mrs Anna Kyle was arrested Nashville for bringing two women Judge Cook Coming Saturday ntoff- from Bowling Green One of them Henry Hollan deputy Master Mr Wife of Colored Preichcr Alakes Get hot lunch at Breslins Candy is a girl named Minnie Mann who Commissiondr returned yesterday Kitchen is only sixteen years of age and i Scnsationil Charges from ISddyville where he spent sev n Vegetables of all kinds tAVallia was very anxious tuget back hornj VfctfX eral days with his brother-in-lagrocery k The other was a woman named Cook r Mr Holton Judge Thos P W7 Saratoga Chips at Millers all Jack Walden Alimony and Cus thinks that Judge Cook will not ap Â¬ the time Warits Divorce Our showing of new spring suits is at its very best point a Master Commissioner before BASE BALL tody of Child Happenings every clay at Saturday On that date he will be Cream Bread fresh r now There isnt any thing new or desirable that is Special t in the city and probably announce MHlcrs at Court House - Li St Louis 1 Cincinnati 2 missingfrom our display The several candi Â¬ Strawberries fresh every morn- Â¬ Second game called on account of his selection dates in the meanwhile are still in ing at Wallis Grocery i rain The best and highest priced tailor in the land couldnt avalanche of suspense There has been an Local Option was defeated atl Pittsburg 4 Louisville 3 divorce suits during the past few offer you better made garments than our Marrodsuurg oy ut votes Chicago 5 Cleveland 7 PERSONAL GOSSIP fe oth- days The June docket of the Cir- Â¬ Boston 8 Baltimore 4 Trv our Brick Ice Cream i it f cuit Court will be a powerful argu Â¬ Washington 16 Philadelphia 7rj ing like it Galbreathj Ekkis O V Baker of Cadiz was in the iment in favor of the theory that New York and Brooklyn post Â¬ i Smoke Belverde cigaijs they arc city yesterday marriage is-- a failure at least with poned Galbreath Exxis of Louis Â¬ miirhty fine Mr Robt Fletcher a very large per cent of the colored Ice Cream delivered ioybur house Cato nurdcr Trial at Eddy ville ville is in the city population No less than five ac at any time GALBREAiir Ennis Â¬ T P Smith of Clarksville was fA tions for divorce have just been in The Cato jury failed to agree and Barney Holland a patient from was dismissed stituted the parties to every suit in the city yesterday after sixty two being colored Mrs W E Reeves is visiting Daviess county died atithe Asylum hours Six were for death sentence Ay this week By far the most sensational and her mother at Trenton and six for life sentence it is said The Tennessee Republican con- - The case will have to be retried A interesting is that of E A Garrott Mr J P Meacham of Gracey who sues her husband Rev B J was in the city yesterday vention will meet- m i Nashville and will go overuhtil the next term l Garrott for absolute divorce for Mr Irving Davie of Beverly August 17 of court Couldnt fit you any better or give you more satis- Wj alimony and the custody of their Order Charlotte Russefrom Gal- Â¬ was in the city yesterday girl The petition is The Deerslayer faction Mrs Eliza Redd of Montgomery breath Ennis if 6u want some Â¬ a lengthy one and recites a long Uncle Joe Wicks of Wilsons pre- Â¬ thing nice And there isnt anything equal to our showing any chapter of cruelties abuses borne visited in the city this week cinct who enjoys the reputation of Mrs Dr Anderson of Casky was AVe know our Ice Cream is the having killed more deer than any by the plaintiff since her marriage where near here no such variety nor immense lines best because everybody says so with the colored preacher in 1889 in the city shopping yesterday man now living in Christian county Galbreath Ennis was in She says that she continued to live W T Rutland of Empire regis- Â¬ the city Wednesday shak Â¬ 1898 when tered at the Phoenix yesterday the street ing Rev Wm Rogers with him up to May 1st hands with old friends He is will begiii ji meeting at without cause on her part he heather Mrs Frank White of Lafayette evangelist not at all averse to relating his ex- Â¬ a barn near Kelly nextSunday and abused her in a most cruel and was in the city shoppingyesterday perience in the pioneer days inhuman manner from which she Good reports of the wheat crop Miss Etta English of Longwew has suffered great mental anguish spent yesterday with friends in the continue to come in from every di- Â¬ Died of Cancer v and permanent physical injury city will be a whopper rection It Miss Agnes Barnes an aunt of For more than six months prior to Sheriff Barnes died at her home in Call at Breslins Candy Kitchen Mr and Mrs W H Olvey have this time her petition avers he Come Sn Now While Our returned from the May Music Fes- Ninth street and sample his Ice the Fruit Hill vicinity Tuesday had habitually behaved toward her Cream said to be thefinest in the night in the eighty third year of in such a manner as to indicate on tival her age She had been for many Selection Is Full Mrs M A Mason of the Square city his part a settled aversion to her years a great sufferer from cancer 4 and permanently destroy her peace spent Wednesday in the city with The Confederate Decorationv Day The body was buried Wednesday May 19 will be observed as usual friends and happiness afternoon at the family burying The acts of abuse and beating Mrs Geo Myers was among the this year with ceremonies at the ground On visitors in the city fromCrofton yes cemetery she alleges were frequent 15 1897 she says while terday October He Tops the Market Judge Cook has notjyet selected she was attending by defendants of his Master Commissionerv in Lyon Jennie D Bronauirh Mrs Messrs Morris Swann of permission a session of the Wo Â¬ Trenton was shopping in the city county There are severali candi- Â¬ Swann Graves county still enjoy mans Educational Association of yesterday dates for the place the distinction of having sold the which she was a member at CorÂ¬ Miss Willie Radford of The The wholesale grocers of Ken Â¬ two highest priced hogsheads of fchwtowfl inth Trigg county he came and JU Square visited friends in the city tucky met at Louisville Tuesday dark tobacco sold on the market insulted her in the presence of the Wednesday Â¬ this season V H Englehard was elected presiLast week they sold assemblage and ordered her to go t dent for this year with Ragsdale Cooper Co two Mr and Mrs Paschal Giles of On the way home the with him hogsheads at 1625 and 1C Esq fine weather of this week has petition continues he beat her so Herndon were shopping in the city The kept the farmers away from town Morris the head of the firm prides brutally and cruelly that she was Wednesday himself on always topping the mar- Â¬ Dr R H Perry of Dawson is Farming operations are being confined to her bed under the care ket He has some still finer on pushed with much vigor land treatment of a physician She visiting his parents Mr and Mrs hand to meet any mark scored by WANTED A position by a ste states that the defendant is the D R Perry his rivals in high prices Capar pastor of the Main street colored Mr John Y Gray of Fairview nographer and typewriter Ap- Â¬ Baptist church in this city from was one of the many visitors in the ble of doing first class work to Kentuckian office or address ply which he receives a salary of 35 city yesterday 5 per month and also pastor of the Mr E M Carney is home after Box 485 vyeare anxious to increase our tiade and are will Bilious and Intermittent Fevers colored Baptist church at Trenton a business trip to spend a few days The telephone company has plant Â¬ from which he receives 20 per with his family ed two large posts on opposite which prevail in miasmatic dis- ing to share our profits with our customers and to ac Â¬ Â¬ month She prays for Alimony in Mr Geo H Smith is back after a corners of Ninth street to conduct tricts are invariably accompan- complish this hereafter we propose to the sum of 25 per month and 750 successful ten days trip in the in- Â¬ the wires into the new office over ied by derangements of the per week pending the litigation the American express office terest of his house Stomach Liver and Bowels Ella Hubbard sues her husband Rev J J Smith an evangelist of Messrs W E Long and E S Fred Hubbard for divorce charg- Â¬ of Health the Methodist church is conducting The ing him with infidelity cruel unci Monk of North Christian were in a protracted meeting at Hebron The liver is the great driving h inhuman treatment and failure to the city Wednesday IS church It will likely continue all wheel in the mechanism of Mrs S J Lowry and daughter provide next week Services are held at 10 man and when it is out of order Ellen Bradshaw sues her hus- Â¬ Miss Pauline of Garrettsburg a m and 730 p m band Dick Bradshaw for absolute spent yesterday in the city the whole system becomes de- Â¬ EACH Mrs Tilda Aldrich a widow divorce on the grounds of cruel and Judge Robt Crenshaw of Cadiz ranged and disease is the result inhuman treatment and failure to was in the city last night enroute north of Princeton while burningJ v v some rubbish near her house Tues Â¬ uiuuuu ui unv yuiuiuBc uiMier it ue ten cents or provide They were married in home from court at Eddy vi lie Her one hundred dollars October 1896 Mr Randolph Dade left yester Â¬ day was burned to death These coupons when received Cure all I jver Troubles Lee Terrill wants a divorce from day morning for Chickamauga Park clothing caught fire from a spark by the customer and amount aggregates to 20 or more his wife Milta Terrell on the to visit his son Lieut Alex Dade will be exchanged by us for the grounds of abandonment without Mrs T M Jones and Mrs Eliza cause Their nuptials were cele Â¬ Cayce left yesterday for Louisville brated just one year ago a large variety of solid where they will spend several days Taylor Garrett asks for a disso- Â¬ Mesdames Isaac and Thomas A 0ak Furniture Antique finish lution of the matrimonial bonds Cayce and Thos Adams of Beverly from his wife Flora whom he mar were shopping in the city yester Â¬ SM ried in 189G He also charges his day consisting ot rocking chairs book case writing desk spouse with abandonment without Mr Holland a prominent busi Â¬ reason or cause table hall rack medicine chest etc ness man of Paducah is visiting Real Estate Transfers Outdoing others Outdoing ouraolvcB in valuo giving Greater Bar For more particular description of the presents call at his nephew Mr R H Holland in The following deeds were lodged this city gains more Bargains than over before We are selling cheaper because our store and see them and we will explain how fc for record in the county clerks of- Â¬ vo arc selling more We have Squire Tom Barker of Kennedy I fice yesterday obtain them free of charge and provide an opportunity He is Hats trimmed in the latest styles if A 15 Mullin and wife to J M was in the city yesterday to beautify and enrich your home absolutely Corely track of land on Halls still enthusiastic about the war and Sailors in all the new shapes and colors the price of wheat Creek a tributary of Pond River Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and ntts for trimming 850 Mrs John Lowry Miss Minnie Have you seen our line of new belts P B Monk and wife to E S Giers Thomas Black and F E Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corsets Monk one half interest in two Giers all of Fredonia Caldwell The intelligent public are quick in coming to conclu- Â¬ tracts of land on Rock Lick Fork county spent Wednesday in the Hosiery handkerchiefs etc Bargains speak for themselves HYB DIVORCE SUITS C Spring Suits i w - 7f s - i - High Art Make i eight-year-o- ld Dont Wait Till Otir Stock is Broken Â¬ smmm Doctors7Say FREE FREE CUBA - h- Â¬ Secret GIVE COUPONS WITH PURCHASE Tutts Layer Pills THE PALACE A Millinery Millinery CUSTOMERS CHOICE OF Â¬ J FREE OF CHARGE Yours Truly of Tradewater 150 city flarrlage License Mrs Jno F White and children License to marry was issued by of Cadiz came up last night to visit county clerk Prowse yesterday to Mrs Whites parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Terry and Miss Callie Sim- T C Ilanbery Mr Hanbery will mons both of the ScatesMill vicin to day celebrate his birthday anity The marriage was solemnized niversary with a family reunion at 8 oclock last night at the home Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Ada Xjayne THE V A sions They already know we undersell all competi tors and have no old cheap worn goods Â¬ Â¬ LEADER -- of Rev P Gladish who prpnounced the ceremony For Sale my RICHARD S THE DAILY KENTUCKIAN Only tO Cents a Week t tTTJ- CO Final Settlement Judge Jo McCarrolli as assignee of Thomas Brown deceased re Â¬ ported his third and final settle Â¬ ment to the court yesterday The report was received and ordered recorded Rod Overseer The court yesterday appointed I have some nice family horses at stable for sale C IJ Laynk Will have a few choicefsummer patterns on display WEDNESDAY MAY Home Grown Peas We will have four bushels of home grown peas Saturday morn Â¬ ing Also new potatoes cabbage strawberries tomatoes etc every day h O Briunfield Telephone 105 4 4 See them before buying JMHE FLEURETTE LEVY 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