You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 dai1898051401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. jtOz o r 0 Jure 14 s jDmtoa HOPKINSVILLE KX- RrOL L- - NO SATUBDAT MORNING MAT 14 1898 PRIOE 2 GENTS FIGHTING ON CUBAN SOIL Regulars Beat the FROM CAMP COLLIER ANNUALGRANGBSALE Happenings on the Tented Field Two Hundred Head of Cattle at Lexington Sold for 3475 STRONG FORCE FOR MANILA Spain Proposes to Send Troops i Spanish Blankets and Equipments Coming Unusually Large Crowd In At- o mm Regiment flus i tendanc- e- drainl Dinner and 4 tered Next Week A Delightful Day Aft M asti - Back at Cabanas Spanish Torpedo Boats are Hovering Around Martinique THE HARVARD DISABLED AGAIN THE PLANS ARE CHANGED AT WASHINGTON u has decided each regiment will be made its ordnance officer1 NEW YORK May 14 1 a m Special A special to The ordnance officers will thus be Lieutenant Gallaher of the First the Evening Post says Off Cabanas Companies D and G Regiment Lieutenant Collier of First Regiment United States Infantry attempted a the Second and Lieutenant Mitch- ¬ ell of the Third The requisition landing- on the shores of Pinar del Rio this afternoon and for supplies for their troops will be made the first land fight The engagement wasstuhhorn made by these officers at once - Camp Collier Lexington Ivy1 The Annual Grange Sale at Mny 13 Correspondence Twei- - liurch Hill yesterday was attend- ty men from Covington and Newport by an unusually crowd who failed to pass left for their l many years Jor this recurring event homes this afternoon They paiH ljas been looked forward to by the their fares out of their own pockets people of Christian county with XXX as much interest as any date upon Private Henry Case of Company the calendar M Second Regiment of Lancaster I It is each year the occasion of a was badly injured while being toss igreat social anu commercial re ed in a blanket by The RumlK ItTnion The people of the city and Club of thn Hnvino fnti Pnmnnnv The county meet and mingle in the this afternoon He was thrown out UeailtltUl historic nrnvp rllsntKc on the ground and sustained a frac- ¬ war politi crops cattletheology ture of the right knee ill HI umui ionics witnout torptvp XXX or estraint there they enjoy the John T Johnson was to day ap- ¬ of OF WAR pointed Adjutant to Major E S hospitality South Christian coun ONE MAN KILLED ON THE NEW YORK AND EIGHT WOUND ty farmers and their cultured Helburn of the Second Regiment wives and daughters and do full l o XXX SQUADRON SAILS FOR HAVANA justice to I - Through Suez Canal Sampson Sends Official Report of San Bombardment Juans 1 4 tla J - ED--FL- YINC Captain Ballance that the Adjutant of - vironments conducive to pleasure Scores of young people were out BfcterdaysffTlie city was almost depopulated It might be said that X X X Ilopkmsville dined at Church Hill i m rt W The stock sale was highly satis ¬ in- ¬ found and communication will be established with the Prater arrived at 730 oclock to- factory to those who had stock to night from Salyersville and were offer The cattle were below the surgents average of these sales in quality put into quarters with the Bar hut prices were very high Two boursville boys at Camp Bradley hundred head were offered the They are to be cavalrymen and jm regate sum received for them WASHINGTON D C May There has been will be known as Troop B Ken- ¬ bung 3474 an entire change of plans by reason of the appearance of the tucky Volunteers X X The sale was under the manage X Hamp Martinique Schley left Spanish flying squadron of ment and direction of Mr J R Ex- - Lieutenant Gordon Voorhies tonRoads this afternoon destination unknown presumably was notified to night by telegram Caudle Mr J W Williams of this to Jbin Sampson When Sampson left San Juan he went in from Senator Linsday that he had cit officiated as auctioneer the direction of Martinique been made Captain and Adjutant KENTUCKIAN PROMOTED ilM IIIW to General Corbin He left at 9 oclock for Washington Capt Thomas Cruse Raised to 1 1 but two Spanish cavalry were patrolling the shores and to night thousand blankets arrived from Philadelphia These the American soldiers were protected by a gunboat with 700 from Chicago and 450 from KentuckLwiU fully The Americans had expected a force of insurgeniiaywS nv requip the brigade meet them at Cabanas t two sturdy AUXAI liHIL xiwu AU guiuca vycic lVlIU ilVIUUl ri Ullll Captain Jeff t inuiiy I ney were uisciJJijmi u uuiii Mountaineers under and hot while it lasted Twelve of the enemy were killed and they were driven back Hot an American received a XXX We have been sleeping on straw with one blanket to every ten men wound dinners wdere tempting edibles are spread beneath the giant oaks in infinite variety From every point of view yester- ¬ day s sale u as one of the most suc- ¬ cessful in the history of the Church Hill grange As a gentleman from a distant city who chanced to be present remarked It was the best dressed best behaved and most cultured assemblage I ever saw gathered together in the open air Society rallies to these grange sales always The shade of the grove is inviting and all the en- ¬ ¬ anipson Seeks the Game I3--Spe- Washington May 13 Special The Navy Department received the following dispatch from Admiral Sampson It is dated St Thomas May 12 and is as follows A portion of the squadron under my command reached San Juan this morning at daybreak No armed vessels were found in the port As soon as it was sufficiently light I commenced attack upon the bat- ¬ teries defending the city This attack lasted about three hours and re- ¬ sulted in much damage to the batteries and incidentally to a portion of the city adjacent to the batteries The batteries replied to our fire but without material effect One man was killed on board the New York and seven slightly wounded in the squadron No serious dam age to any ships resulted Signed SAMPSON Admiral Sampsons statement that he attacked only with a portion of his fleet is taken to indicate that he did not find it expedient to take the entire squadron into the harbor though it is not believed he has separated his fleet The Navy Department officials were at a loss to know how his dispatch reached St Thomas until the Associated Press dispatch announced the presence of the Yale at St Thomas - A Schley is Headed Southward Washington May 13 Special This afternoon there is a decide edly easier feeling in the War and Navy Departments Orders have been issued for all scouting ships to leave shore and watch forthe Span- ¬ ish fleet which the Department now knows to a certainty is headed west IIJ ¬ Spanish Torpedo Boats at Martinique 13-Spec- lal-One X X fllPORT DE FRANCE MARTINIQUE May Joe Simcox private secretary to of the Spanish torpedo boats is here and six others are hov- Governor Bradley has been made ering around the coast The American auxiliary Cruiser Har- Adjutant to Major Allen of the vard will be allowed to remain here indefinitely but must Second Regiment give 24 hours notice of her departure Six Spanish torpedo The First Regiment comprising boats are off St Pierre the Louisville Legion and a compa¬ ¬ ¬ t Rank of Major Washington May 13 The Pres ¬ ident has sent to the Senate a large n umber of appointments among the number being Capt Thomas to Cruse of Owensboro promoted ITS FRANK RIVES Judge Cook Names the Popular Young Attorney Haster Commissioner the two oclock trajn arriving lover the Illinois Central road yes- srday afternoon Attorney Prank tives received a letter from Judge f hpmas P Cook notifying him of bis appointment as Master Commis loner of Christian countv to suc- feed the late Judgchomas J Mor row The aameVmail broughta let ter tcrthe Circuit Court Clerk in ¬ structing him tpanakethe appoint ¬ ment a matter of record This the end of an earnest but friendly fight between a number of splendidly qualified men whQSought the desirable office The claims of each were presented by their friends with zeal and Judge Cook LWeighed all these things carefully im whin discrimination before liking tie appointment Mr Rives in a popular VQunir an and a lawyer of promise He as business ability and executive Opacity which lit him peculiarly tile duties of the office The m of his appointment will be re- Id with pleasure by hosts of througholit the county On I THE A VICTIMS Fel¬ Brief History of the iJrave lows on the WInsIow of ny each from Ashland and Somer- major Russell B Harrison of In- ¬ set under command i of aColonel John ¬ B Castleman wenttinto quarters diana was made an inspector gen at Camp Bradley this evening eral rank of major quartermaster with the rank Washington May 13 The dead ensign Bagley has a mother and two sisters living at Raleigh N C John Varveras oiler is a native of Symrna Asia He has been three years and nine months in the navy John Denfee fireman of first class was born in Kilkenny He privates were rejeeted New York Casualties on Board Philadelphia 5 Baltimore 4 has been five years in the navy 5 New York 9 Washington Special Bargaint George B Meek fireman of the New York May 13 A special from St Thomas says the casualties Chicago 3 Cleveland 7 first class was born in Clyde We have some bicycle bargains on board the United States fleet in the bombardment of San Juan were the best on the Strawberries Ohio where his father now resides in S10000 and 7500 racers to offer Killed Seaman Frank Widemark of the New York as follows He has been in the navy five and a this afternoon market at Reeves Fokiiks Bko Wounded Samuel Feltman leg broken and four other seamen on the half years New York Marine M G Markle elbow broken Seamen R C Hill and Elijah B Tunnel chief Cook has has been in the service only a few John Mitchell slightly hurt months He was born in Accomac countv Virginia His father resides eight Off For the Army May 13 The Ivy Louisville The Second Regiment jjwill be Louisville Legion left this afternoon complete in examination and mus- ¬ ter to day and before another week for Lexington to be mustered into LT S service shall have passed they will be hur ¬ tlic rying South to join the great army BASE BALL assembling at Tampa Yesterday Special ten officers and273 privates were Pittsburg 3 St Louis 0 examined and accepted yhile forty-Koston 6 Brooklyn 3 XXX at 6 oclock The Hying squadron will leave for Havana and engage the enemy there if it drops from Martinique around the southern coast of Cuba Positive instructions are sent to Sampson to engage the Spanish Heet if it comes north by Porto Rico and to secure if possible the warships There is now nothing to do but wait for the result of the conflict the President said this afternoon The Departments and the press are keeping him supplied with bul- ¬ letins The Flying Squadron is Off Newport News Va May 13 Special The flying squadron weighed anchor at 340 p in and COMMODOIIE SCHLEY is moving out to sea the flagship Brooklyn leading p 1 the there Of the woundedBanielMcKeown quartermaster was bqrn inNewry Ireland McKeown has been in the navy uboufflve years The Dispatch Doesnt Know When She Has Enough 13 lets It Louisville Ky May 3 The City Council fast nighf awarded the city rinting to the Dispatch VOftAI inrglpUUJ Viil wAw city from West Fork where fee to the Cream Jtfreezer on ld lias jMSt closed a successful re ¬ Cop lry9onpr the i Co Elder 11 vival D Smith has returned 1 bent SPANISH ARTILLERY Jv t CORPS -- - IN CUBA Special The second Spanish fleet now at Cadiz consists of the battleship Pelayp the armored cruiser Kmpera dor Carlos V the cruiser Alfonso XIII the Rapido and the Patria auxiliary cruisers formerly the Hamburg American Line steamers Co ¬ lumbia and Normannia and three torpedo boats It is reported that a strong uilitary expedition is being organized at Cadijj and that it will shortly proceed to Philippine Islands escorted by the Cadiz fleet It iK claimed that sub ninrine mjnes have been placed so as to pro J tect the entrance pf the haruqr pf Ca dfaf Gibraltar May -- f r X n iMJ k- - rt 1S 4t tic- - i r psyj iiiii ifTVf iii fr r- - MH WHAT THfeIR BOUNTV IS Admiral DeWcy and His Squadron Wiil det a Very Nice Sum Tile laws of the United States provide for the payment of a boun ¬ ty to the officers and seamen of who Uostroy under orders the whole or any part of the enemys fleet or ships Under this statute the United States Philippine fleet is entitled to a handsome sum At the loveat calculation they will re ¬ ceive 187000 The 187000 will be distributed to the fifed under sec- ¬ tion 4031 of the Revised Sta ¬ tutes relating to prize money Admiral Dewey will get of the whole amount of bounty That awarded to his command will give him 9300 iji he has a fleet captain or what passes for one the latter will have a share of something like 1800 There will to be distributed to the ves ¬ be left sels of the fleet according to the payrolls about 175000 This will go to seven ships andJn about the Olympia 45 following shares 40000 Boston 000 Baltimore 25000 Raleigh 22000 Concord 12000 McCulloch 20000 Petrel men-of-fc-ar one-twentie- th - JUUUlvjJ IF SO this TJJn IHIIIUU OTtiMiiAfifl 1 ill I 111 I nil A lillvl VllXH vllw ndChiidrens Slippers n rlflll U nnAttA MAIILUl Mi til HI IHIVO Monday Published ovcry morning except by Delivered by carrier to All jtarU of tho city At V V OKAS K EflAGJAty B- - Maln 10 oxxxa rax wxne 10 Are you interested in the prices of Utiles SUBSCRWTIOW XATES Peb Month i i 85 Pkii Wkek is an opporl unity that you cant afford fo miss To close those lines IN TWO- - All ofoUr ladies and out right away we have decided to cut the 1 2 THE MfJRNINCl NEWSPAPER In serving the ncWs of the day the morning newspaper and the Josiah Tunnell one of the firemen afternoon newspaper each has its f1 killed at Cardenas was a colored place The morning newspaper man The rest were white when it fulfills its mission gives the complete history of twenty four 8 iFiglitin Bob Evans was grhiifc- -- hours the afternoon newspaper is HuMvUeire of opening- the bat- mainly a bulletin of the news re- ¬ 4 Skitle ht San Juan with the Iowas biff ceived after the morning paper goes guns to press until 2 or 3 oclock in the afternoon and on spcicial occasions He kept out later in the form of extras Bully for Sampson of reach of the cable until he did the The morning paper begins where nrir n Sui Juan carrViii out his it left off at the last preceding liWdeVs issue the afternoon paper begins not where it left off but where the Martinique is not far from Porto morning paper left off The morn ¬ Rico and the Spanish fleet was ing paper gives a full as well as a there at 2 a m yesterday The continuous news history the after plat thickens noon paper makes no effort to give of San anything but an incomplete report Sampson is in possession Juan harbor and will be prepared that docs not aim to take the place to give Villamil a warm reception of the morning report but merely 9000 report to supplement that So the commander of each vessel w hen he gets there The reader of a good morning pa- ¬ there will get one tenth of the Yesterday s Kentuckian left very per need rely upon no other paper amount assigned tor be distributed U If little for the big dailies to tell It to get the news of the world the to that vessel Thccommanders of X was not filled with padded accounts reader of no afternoon paper can the ships will get th amount rerely upon that alone jfispectively as folloyUi Capt Grid but the news was all there Even if an afternoon paper de- ¬ ley Olympia 4500 Capt Dyer 4000 Capt Wildes assignment sired to cover the news field as Baltimore Russell Harrisons has been changed The secretary fully as the morning paper does it Boston 2500 CapV Coubhland 2200 Commander Asa of war has decided to make him i could not do so under the present Raleigh 2000 Comman- ¬ in the engineer corps of the working iof news organizations Walker Concort major army and send him to The press associations upon which der Wood Petrelr 1200 Capt volunteer ¬ Cuba on the staff of one of the brig- ¬ they depend for most of their gen- Hodgson McCulloch 900 adier generals to superintend the eral news issue full reports only to The fleet not only wins fame and construction of roads instead of morning papers sending out only a great victory but puts a comfragmentary reports to afternoon fortable sum in its pocket making him a commissary papers BURGLARS CAPTURED The Hopkinsville Daily Ken- But the afternoon paper is a good rrucKiAN published by Chas M supplement to the morning paper Negroes Who Robbed Victorys Meacham is another war product The subscriber to the morning pa- ¬ Store at Earlington Held 4K and its almost as sweeping in the per has the full news story of the was preceding day and night his after- ¬ w w s field of news as Deweys fleet in Earlington The Daily noon paper furnishes him with bul- ¬ in the Bay of Manila Iventuckian will be made a perma- ¬ letins of what happens during the In March the large store of J M nent venture and we predict for it morning and early afternoon hours Victory at Earlingtonj was burg- ¬ glorious success Morganfield Sun following the publication of the larized and a large amount of mer- ¬ morning paper To the man who chandise stolen Captain Alfred T Mahan has relies upon newspapers therefore A few days ago Chief Of Police written a paper for the June num- for the news the morning paper is a Robinson of Clarksville Was en ber of the Century on the causes of necessity the afternoon paper is a route to Paducah where he had the failure of the Spanish Armada convenience been called by the illness of his It accompanies an illustrated article This relation is well understood wife He heard of this robbery and giving the story of the famous cat- ¬ both by the public and by the pub- ¬ made inquiries and having pre- ¬ astrophe based on manuscript re- ¬ lishers of the papers themselves viously arrested two negroes nam- ¬ cords and on the narratives of sur- ¬ The afternoon paper can not hurt ed Leavell and Fields for disposing vivors and other Spanish docu- ¬ the morning paper it rather serves of certain articles at a much less ments This number of the Century to benefit it on the same principle price than their real value he had will contain several other articles that a bulletin board benefits a pa- ¬ a pretty strong suspicion that the of equal timeliness ¬ per Hence it is that the publish- roods were stolen at the time of the ers of so many morning papers find Earlington burglary and such The Winslows commander Lieut it profitable rather than injurious proved to be the case upon his re Bernadou has all along been act- ¬ to also issue afternooil papers The turn home and after a comparison ing with a good deal of rash ¬ combination is a good one of notes which had been supplied He got within range of the ness At times like these when news is him by the owners of the property Spanish guns last week and was the first requisite demanded by the Leavell and Fields were arraign- ¬ only saved by bad marksmanship newspaper reader this demarca ed before Squire Caldwell in Clarks- ¬ This time he was less fortunate tion of the two fields of morning and ville Wednesday morning and The bloodshed at Cardenas might afternoon journalism is especially bound over to the Criminal court to m answer the charge of grand lar- ¬ have been avoided though Berna- ¬ distinct ceny The bond was fixed at 500 hu dou claims that he was ordered by The afternoon paper on the oth- ¬ remanded Commander of the Wilmington er hand steps in after the morning The prisoners were the to enter the harbor where misfor- ¬ paper has inme to press and tnves Another Spanish Spy tune befell his ship brief reports of subsequent happen ¬ Montgomery Ala May 13 The The Associated Second Regiment United States ings or rumors The family of Admiral Sampson Press does not and could not sup ¬ Cavalry passed through here last are living at Glen Ridge N J a ply it with more and the Press night On the first section of the little village about an hours run bulletins With what a special cor- ¬ train of which Col Hunt was in from New York where they have a respondent picks up must chiefly command there was a Spanish spy pretty cottage and grounds The constitute its war news in irons and under guard He was family consists of Mrs Sampson Readers fully realize these differ- ¬ discovered after the train had left her two step daughters Olive and ences in the character of the two Chattanooga last night and imme- ¬ Hannah and two sons Ralph and kinds of publications and that is diately put under arrest Theregi Harold There are two married why while they buy the afternoon ment is en route to Mobile Iwas daughters also children of Admiral papers for the running reports of impossible to get any particulars Sampsons first wife Margaret tne uay xney put uieir names on from officers of the regimentas to nc j the elder is the wife of Lieut Roy the lists ot the morning papers full the proof against the man regular subscribers for the C Smith who is on the battleship news record - Courier Journal v flustered in Wednesday Indiana and Kate is the wife of com- ¬ Ensign R H Jackson who is Mrs Pauline Aubrey Chief Jus- ¬ Col Smith of the Third regiment manding the torpedo boat Foote tice Pullers daughter who ran says he thinks his men will be ready Mrs Sampson was Elizabeth Burl- ¬ away and married some years ago for examination as soon asvvthe ing of Rochester N Y and was subsequently divorced Second regiment is completedtfand will be married again on June 1 to he feels that his men are able to wv No such daily paper has ever been Jessup Blair pass a successful examination published in Hopkinsville as yes ¬ better than many of the companies terdays Kentuckian It contained W H Hinrichsen has been de ¬ so far examined as theyAVere1 a complete report of the Associated feated for the Democratic nomina- ¬ originally Ncjecicu wim iiiuciijtut Press news up to threea m and by tion for re election in the 16th Illi He thinks his regiment will buyable six a m was on the doorsteps of nois district W E Williams was lu ue mubiurcu in ui xuicr uuun Its subscribers with the news hot his successful opponent V next Wednesday from the wiresof two naval battles Deputy Clerk Appointed the location of the missing fleets Charles Jesse Dead On motion of County Clerk John P the latest report from Dewey the Charles Jesse all as Tom Dunn the great crisis in Spain resulting in ProwBC yesterday Mr John E Hopkinsville negro who wasshot the formation of a new cabinet the Davis was appointed a deputy at Frankfort Saturday night by capture of the steamer Rita the re ¬ clerk Mr Davis is a proijiinent Police officer Will Gordon died at port of the revenue bill a destruc- - merchant of Haleys Mill and an 6 oclock Wednesday morning He tive lire in Chicago and other excellent capable citizen qualified before County Judge Cann ¬ Jesse was firing at the officer and four items news exclusive trying to escape when Gordon shot hours ahead of any other pa ¬ ier yesterday in Belf defenBe per The Kentuckian is now giv ¬ R M Gill of Allensville has dis ¬ Walter Pike of Waverly Kyf ing practically an all night service covered a wonderful stream of min ¬ to give the people of eral water on his farm that is a was one of a dozen men who lost and trying Why great remedy for dyspepsia and their lives in a Chicago hotel Are IIoplcinBville a good thhitf Tuesday night other ailments ppt help push It a long J Nearly 55000 volunteers have al ready been accepieu child delis slippers Afr t i ur Little Giant Shoes and slippers are the host wearing goods brought to this markefrand every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of this assertion fiALF pmctE r s - wm wrLii N PLACE ON SALE IT MORROW 75c 100 J25 and 150 200 PAIRS Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers i WORTH ¬ CUT PRICE 40c 250 50c 65c and 75c 75 GTS pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 125 and 150 GUT PRICE 40 50 65 ¬ We will also put in this sale our entire line of Little Giant black kid and tan button spring heel shoe sizes from 5s td lcte at same big reduction Half Price rll lP Vh JVl P MRF1 S JT 3LVJL WC are S Solli ng Nothing afc prime Eastern - New York Cost V ¬ iia TvnvrrnnTT If J m JJLYJL Vr JL JLJL Q LOTHIlSra r V fe SHOE GO - - Hopkinsville Gas AND The Daily Lightning CoA Kentuckian At Have opened up their buow rooms for the season in the HOWE BUILDING Main street where they have a stock of the latest improved Is the only morning daily paper published wiliin a radius of 70 miles of Hopkinsville Gas Ranges For Sale At Cost Price Or Will Be Rented At Bright Newsy and Uprto date News by Wire Up to 2 a m To City Subscribers 10 Gents Week Delivered Delivered at Your Door by 6 a m the Nominal Sum of 3 do Per Year Are nlao agents for the GEN ¬ UINE WELSBAOH LAMP The finest Light in existenco THE PHUT CRISIS THE POST DISPATCH Ig tlie Only St Louis Paper With Its Own Staff Correspondent at ail Points of Interest At Havana Mr Sylvester Seovel At Madrid Mr A E Houghton At Washington Mr Stephen Bonsai At New York v Mr Morton Watkius I BIG CUT m f BICYCLES 3K- In order to make room for wheels of our own manufneure we will sell what factory wheels we have ou hanh at and U t BELOW COST ¬ THE NEWS OP TIIE DAY IN THE POST 15 DISPATCH cents a week seven days if de livered Uy itgent 60 cents a month if sent by tnuil 25 wheels cut to 19 and 20 50 Syracuse cut to 3750 75 Delker cut to 50 Come Early before they are all gonet pa VYe will Bond you freo pering a largo selection of jmmploa from Oo All now colorings and per roll up novelties up to dato WE PAY FRIilGIIT Wo want an agent sundries the most complete Yours to please in every town to sell on commission from largo sample books No capital required For anmplos or particulars BICYCLE address ¬ PAPER WALL expect to do any We will make you wheels to order of best material for 50 We will Imvp camnU un hv Mnv let Pflfrnnizc Imnie industry Why send your money kway when you can get better work dgie at home Our repair shop is the best in the city and our line01 I 747 768 Ninth Ave N Y City v S Wolf out Ji NHL U 104 E M RICH CO Props L utf m Jfl 4 IJ o mmisimmmmmmmmm ILLEGIBLE WRITING Au t4j Hopklnsvllle Produce fturkat Men Xr Sh 3 3 0 WC3 0 o n ziru ff Ml ml -- - y n mr mi mmammmm9m Export Blftcksmith IBs Collection - A Uuiqud Tho Chirograph of Many Fatuous of Lottora r -- What probably constitutes tho handsomest and most original set of jnineVs tools in the city if not in tho west is in the possession of James IJrav who iiin expert blacksmith as his work shows and who mado each article of the collection himself and were he anything but tho modest man he is tnp praise which every exhibition of thotppls evokes would turn his head to an inordinate anddangerous degree The tools are seven in numberand consist of three pole picks of the kind used by experts to break off Bunlples The of rock and four candlesticks eyes and straps of two of the picks are forged from onp pjecteofstqolnnd the manner in hichitile wood pf the handles is workqd into the straps is quite a puzsdd Particularly js this the case with one of the picks which has four straps and shows the same number of apparent divisions in the handle One mining man after care- ¬ fully examining the tool gave it as his opinion that the wood was simply inlaid The prompt offer of Mr Bray to bet 50 that only one piece of wood constituted the handle and the straps were forged arqynd and his willing- ness to allow the tool to ho cut to pieces in proof of his assertion caused the other man to change his mind and he declined to bet As much ingenuity as is displayed in the manufacture of the picks it is completely overshadowed by that manifested in tho composition of tho Qno of them is made candlesticks bo dint it can bo taken anart and fits into tho end of tho handle of one of the pick Another has irregular pis- tol grip in place of the ordinary loop or ring and can be closed up soine thing after the manner of a clasp knife A cover working with a spring fits over the socket into which tho candle is inserted and is so arranged that as soon as the candle is consumed even with tho top of tho socket tho cover flies forward and extinguishes the candle In addition Mr Bray has still an ¬ other folding candlestick made to be carded in the pocket It is so ar- ¬ ranged that either the hook of spike can be used or both can be folded back and the stick carried in tho Still another stick which is hand covered by a patent has a knife at- ¬ tachment connected with the hook for cutting fuse and ripping open the paper that eoVOrs giant powder in case it is found necessary to crowd it into a small hole andalso an ap- plianco for crimping the cap This stiekis also provided with the auto- ¬ v Cash prlcca paid by Hopkibsville merchants Bacon BaniB It is the perversity of hitman nature that people who ought to do one thing do another Men who write a legible no one can accomplish more than that now will use a typewriter and others who ought never to he trusted with a pen order them by the gross and take the discount Itudyard Kipling writes a neat delicate hand and Conan Doyles is as plain as the proverbial pikestaff but both use ma chinos It would have saved a deal of misery and helped to perpetuate a useful art if other writers of eminence could have been prevailed upon to type Unfortunately the type- ¬ writer was too belated an invention to affect many of the best bad writers Carlyle would not have struggled with a keyboard but it would nave pre- ¬ vented that miserable compositor flee ¬ ing from Edinburgh to London out qf his way if ho had Carlylcs how- ¬ ever was a copperplate tb others that Could be mentioned Hugos manu- ¬ scripts we are told presented the ap- ¬ pearance of a sort Of battlefield on paper in which tho killed words were well stamped out and the now recruits pushed forward in anything but good order Napoleon was unique in every- ¬ thing even in his handwriting His letters from Germany to Josephine were at first taken for maps of the seat of war And his signature was tui in- ¬ distinguishable hieroglyphic Byron and Dean Stanley wrote atrocious fists and it is said that Sydney Smiths was no better although ho used to chaff Jeffrey badly lie used to say that ho road Jeffery from left1 to right and his wife from right to left but neither could make out a syllable Jules Janin would rather rewrite than attempt to read over again what he had written and Mon- ¬ taigne could never read what he had written The acute thinker mended matters by employing a secretary whose writing was absolutely unde- ¬ cipherable Balzac was as big a sin- ¬ ner and Dickons microscopic characters written on blue paper with blue ink appalled many seasoned com- ¬ positors A terrible hand had Henry Ward Beecher y His daughter once declared that she had three guiding rules in copying it if a letter was dotted it was not an i and if it was crossed it was not a t and a word with a capital letter did not begin a sentence Jacob Bryan said of Arch- ¬ deacon Coxos caligraphy that it could neither be called a hand nor fist but a foot and that a club one Hisliiero- glyphics formed a clumsy tangled black skein that ran across the paper in knots which it was impossible to hand country Shoulders Sides j4ia GGla 5 78o 15 15 1 on ID S2 mm p M J V rV f f Lard Country jPfodtioo EggH Now foathora J0c 8c ffa en ea r - V H mm T3 Beeswax Tallow GhiBong 8082o 2022c 480 per lb Honey Tub wnshcd wool Greased 2225 10c i 1 it 4l - ro S Wtn H B a D O pa SS B 2 oUS sr i mita to 2rtJQ 9 2 LSo n SJSaB- - a p to tr o e Zti H O IO 5 5 QUI TfSjT ft n 55 to W O mi P5o 3 J2 r-- s m m iu Vi n O copa p CD II CO O m mG o CO -- i PBC szs rD ii oa CD ClTO noQit rf it Y I O s tq 1Z ti2LP c rgar O n co y-- a r n U iw u- r m P srer Si a C5 w S P pa mm in 7 m D mm Q mm ri -- Mg BS ro CO mmmrtlB M 03 mm mm rr m -- - CD p 0 CO Burry wool Vegotables Now potatoes por bushol Cabbage per barrel 2880c 1820o 1014o B0c n f i ftio 52- - 03 DC a B W P fD -p V n S SBrV ZZ na - Ti i I a Ha a I CD to a OS nJft C fn in O- rrn B m 3 pa CO t CD o 03 T3 C UJ 03 oa 5 5 ma a cT 0 Q O ocj a o o n l t Hrf - J r u3 n a c m 03 L00 CD CD tCJ1 C1 1 91 i IO B O U OOP n Si a tr t 50c as Poultry Oldchickens livo per lb TurkoyB Otr10 WP S hCrq CD ZTHJl 03 03 EJGc Go 03 03 C C per lb CgN 1 a en ui K D CO a Tj tr cr B B m 01 5McocBWitoNft6Vi FTP s hHmtciai n ii j ossbt ti dZ r3 03 l- J Q frt t C t z l - rt tr B30 r CB o 3 Pj mT BO miHJ rr 03 ffQ CTfl 03 JQj T- - H - 4 Oj - hb r r j in rt j r- rrz ns iu 2D3 o -t tr - m h-- -- jt i i ia r iwi rr w to 2 c V o mm Grain Clover per bushol Oats homo grown per bu w tic tiii J5ff S S I Ub a c- - S3 3588c tine s IS ll glN l gQp n t B 5 c-nen o S l 3 7 - Sn k -- J S CT i 2ti e lg co 0 01 Live stock Hogs Sheep Cattlo Calves Hides and Furs Green hides Green salted hides Dry fliufc IS -- rtOH Sow i n p i tol PCO to oo r o TkO 13 O -- al trd ft 2 t- 3 B SJ3 fD c m K 1 o CD g CD 33B0 250350 S1 CO n a b 03 CD tr so T 2r504 M KJ X akJ C S B 3 B2 B gB SgW oi CD cr ELS 2 b - fV PCD 15 B h B rn rw i n It n 2 S 0s Scr b5 S O ft M- 3504 G7c 8c T l Ta - s S- 2-1 e M M CihO 03 fr 1012c rgS r m K0 rs O O fell P 5 mN 0 cs S fW i5 HmQ W - 5PT3 rs lJ B rCD csB Z CO co rn p PSB wOs Oo7o f Ki fri - j fi M LT rt -- Ul B - n re The Pioneer Limited Is the name of the only perfect train in the world now running ev- ¬ ery night between Chicago St Paul and Minneapolis tfi a the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway the pioneer road of the West in adopting all improved facilities for the safety and enjoyment of passen- ¬ An illustrated pamphlet gers showing views of beautiful scenery along the route of the Pioneer JLim itecl7v7ilibe sentf ree juiyper son uponreceiptrof two cent post- ¬ age stamp Address Geo H Heaf ford General Passenger Agent Chicago 111 15 xv CD bj 03 Ul Sopg sa -St - pBIHo rj KacrB o q -Os2 C3 C3 i S S S 8 cd CO srS WISTCO 5 -- 5T L y d1 cdJ o -- I 5 Ul m B 3 J I 1- - W liLtO ST K1 C UJ- So o ai CD as O C5 CS P3 ti CO 2 O - is nSCOOa - P -sa CD - J uj Si TEjs l i m B B ooj T T La jv o m -- I O Co tx mi 15 ui re on TiooB Sc Bo CrPT COM p f5S2 B IO i tO COJT S- - CO to yw B B g OCD C so CTrf3 1 tH n m- N3 k3 -o tw o IOOX5 O rr D5c3 rS I CO SS 3 o C5 o Po O ggK hr1 -03 o 0 3 5T ij n C3 a CD CO en 85y 03 to B oii a p 2 o 03 o COO i 9 p S 5 S B to 3 i5 2J 03 tO to o o 5T o - S co r acr mm o o 5 03 ci- - B CD 03 cr fr- If XSy CD OQ5 a O- - 5 - 1 ff l0 P CD lO m 01 wifkO foB w t3 fD t3 2 O CD B S 0 714- E B gMS hjB a CD O on M no cro CD S i D P- O 2 -22 M e 5T to cn0 g s B cd 1 n 01 co o M - W B E C Pi -rs ro B en B B- 2 pa c pa 2 CD m O B prfD uo2oaoa 3 o o mm CD ti s c e y J bd 1 il STATEMENT OF OP THE CONDITION s B CD B m jo m m O O O rn O oi m M O B P 03 CU b srS a 53 it to cr 2 CD wB t1 H P 2 - o c w o O S - m- CD ra ci tjoo K X m Ol 03 So - rii J - -- 1 3 n O M o o S 03 m to C CD 2 K na O O M M- l- B I I CTJ 5 First - National MAY 15 1898 ii O cd 5o B 03 M 03 mmm S cO M O y cn g CO -- 1 L2 ETm B J 11 - cd OQ CD a oi s 5 w Ul 7t ui f CD Z Bank fflv cS C CD - rp mO p re Ul m O CO oq CD g g - jfa exceedingly grave uIfin thQprisoner not guilty said JudgeBloW with considerable vuhemenco h May it please your lifonor ox claimed the young attbriicjyijntanmze mont how can you rendorsuoli nvdr dict in direct conflict with tljftppsi tivo testimony of an eyewitness Jes bekase I havQknowed Bill fin never laWed Potts far Up to tellfhq truh yit Atlanta tikv ournal matic extinguisher untie into a meaning So far as novelty is concerned the Lord Eldonused to tell of John gem orthe collection perhaps is a Bell a great chancery luminary of his folding stick with a horn handle and time that he hac three different A puzzler it istcalled Hue puzzler methods of putting his wisdom on is indeedj for as yet nobody has been paper one intelligible to himself fount able to Open it although ac- ¬ only another which his clerk could cording to Mr Bray fully 9000 peo read and he could not and the third ple have attempted the feat Two which neither he nor his clerk nor miniature copies of the first men anyone else could read The funny tioncdfolding stick comprise the col- ¬ letter of T B Aldrich to Prof Morse One of them when closed lection stands alongside of Tom Hoods is less than one inch in length and facetious reply to LadyGeorgina Ful can Jbc worn as a watch charm while lertons as protest against learned the other is a trifle larger andheavier illegibility Aldrich asserts that he Anaconda Standard could decipher nothing in tho pro- ¬ HE KNEW THE WITNESS fessors missive but tho date which he knew and the signature which he And the Judge Gauged His Testimony guessed at Accordingly The story of the duke of Welling- ¬ Take the stand Mr Potts said ton writing to Bishop Blomfield when the young lawyer from town with an he had received a letter from J C air of triumph Loudon the eminent landscape de- ¬ Judge Bloom of the Blue Gizzard signer asking to see the Waterloo district scowled at the witness as ho beeches at Strathfieldsaje is a chest- ¬ took his place and the attorney said nut but it makes us laugh although Mr Potts you were present at the perhaps we ought not to picture the shooting scrape were you not and consternation of the bishop Yas through him the sliock to the whole You saw the defendant take a Episcopal bench onx receiving per- ¬ pistol froimlns pocket mission to view tho dukes Waterloo Yns breeches Also a classic is the tale of You saw him fire at this man Macreadys admission ticket being Yas solemnly made up by the apothecary You saw himrelunithewcapou to into a cough mixture To be taken hispocket Tho name of three times a day I shore did si Horace Greeley has in this connec- ¬ Come down Mr Potts snftl the tion to be mentioned with a chastened For ip t avjnfiytling aft ¬ rrespect lawyer He undoubtedly was the er such direct testimony of this mans great master of illegibility It was of guilt would be an insult to your hon- ¬ him the compositor averred that if ors intelligence 1 hope your lxmoij Belshazzar had seen his handwriting wwill plaice hisbotid vety heavy for his on tho wall he would have had cause to vOffensjjjg -- HOPKINSVILLE - KENTUCKY at the close of business RESOURCES 10r scsu Loans and Discounts Overdrafts secured and unsecured iowwno US Bonds to secure circulation iikioo Premiums on US Bonds astf Stocks securities etc nxtures litniioo Banking House Furniture Duo from National Bunks not Reserve l Mi 6 Agents i 7 Due from State Banks and Bankers luiK Due from approved reserve agents Checks and other cash Items laiUMW Notes of other National Hanks t Fraotlonol paper currenoy nickels 67n cents Lawful money reserve in bank viz O m m 0 K3 CD g O C 03 1 o M o M 03 s CD o ra CO CO P 03 re 1 p g CJQ o 2 M -o crcps S jJp rv w - u tj o aj u UJ I o n O pol-ire rrcs ki ui a co a i o r x i n coc 5 it it c- acj b s b iJ oi cd cd be n RSJCCDCDiOS M- M tl ass03 --- IOpl J DM 8 co ssto o a Mm CO a o ra c cT i5 v3 a S- - S- - is i jtt s to oo CC co o n b- - - c hjco rj CC B N B CD CD C3 nS iL a -- PM 5 V 5 o toj S3 Re B CS c 31 Cj m3 op 5P P crg n m rB O B i Q 03 TJ 93 5 m- CD SP 2 2 5 03 Ul M- - W CD S cr re V rn -- i rt t K Legal tender notes 1100000 Redemption fund with US Treasur¬ er n per cent of circulation Duofrom US Treasurer other than 6 por cent redemption fund Total IjIABILITIES Capital stock paid In Surplus fund Undivided profits loss expouses and National Bank Notes outstanding Oiio to State Banks und Bankers Dividends unpaid ludlvldul Deposits subject to check Total Speclo 2fi 3500 a --i o j PS CD lfop3 toW 03 P- - o P3 TJ 03 04 O B CD a Cl V o 3 rs t 3 2 tj jrB 2 c r en CC -- Ul P3 r - r v Cm O M toQ 03 g W B- - -- M t O J C5 T3 mj O TJ a co r B m 03 q SCOM B s o cs 2 B re fj X ft m ui m-- n V co B CO m- 03 rMHcfH P g g sr i jjTJ CD B B O ui CD a ui 2 2 M05 o in c o B co i O0 n a r ui SWtr O O Hd B 3 o CD m CD O cf CD B O t a7JU fjnio - o 00 55 CV M M- - 7 ST 03 m O O O o re 3 P3 lo m BW 3 o -- 1 O pT mm t3 ai CD CJI P 03 Ul CD 1 - j jaw Mpihuki MO to O Mg tO O CD d S CD - 3 E X ft CD O CD ClB o o pr CD CD 03P B CD 1 o5 CS Ul B Ll taxospald llHoiH -- atnwi jAfta 7 iii mj 1sum 2711 8tatof Keutuoky county of Chrlstlau lTho3WLoiigOashlerof thoabove bank do solemnly swear that the ojovo state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief Taos V Lono CaHhier Subscribed and 8vorn to before mo this 12th day of May 18U8 Correct Attest J W Downer ieo J Long Leo Kills ss naniod i7 so WWVW WWff TH WWfWfVfVfWW Walter Keuy N 1 DlreotoiN Largest Auction Sale real estate property ever made in Hopkiiisville And the greatest chance to buy valuable property will be Of All Tiie News WOflTH READING Local State and WILL BE National IN THE FOHrp ON MONDAY MAY EP 23 at 3 Ol ock KENTUGKUN AND THE I CAMPBELL will bo offored at public auction to tho high ¬ When all tho iiuo city property of tho lato HON est bidder without reserve This is tho elegant property on West Seventh atreet between tho residences of Dr E R Cook and Mrs E V Gant and oxtouding from Seventh to Fourth or Broad street I5jnr Couldnt Fool Him ftpjjbje how many ytur new schoolfellow lie has one mamma dangerous to hams gives mo tho hor- ¬ This is tho way tho moderns ITe tried rors to stuff mo up by saying that he had have juggled wjlh tho pen so can wo Have Yoon Photographs Mapk Ai two half sisters hut he dovsnt know wonder that ite time- of usefulness is WYBRANTS London Globe that I study frngtions Cincinnati well nigh spent - sisters Wbb k ly E tributed to Greeley belongs however to ono Brooks some time president of tho New York Central railroad It Wo have arranged a Clubbing Rnte Wil bo offered for sale and will go totho highest bidder as tho estate must bo Bottled at once Upon tho center oy wnion we can givo to be just And is best in all things lot is situated tho splendid resulotico winch is one of the mot uesirablo in tho city DONT MISS THIS OPPOK was can well spare it Greoley It Both Papers One Year for 225 TDNITY TO PURCHASE THE MOST VALUABLE PROPERTY EVER OFFERED AT YOUR OWN PRICE Brooks notico to quit that a tenant used for two years as a railway pass Regular price for Both is 300 Co- Ureeloy wrote to some pressmen CAUL AT ABSTRACT OFFICE AND SEE PLAT With a weight Pf years I feel obliged We save you gonoroua part of this to decline any invitation that takes sum me a days journey from home and Sond or bring your cash with order M FSHRYER 1 0 HANBI5RY 0LAKEN0E IIARHJ to tho 0UAS OATLUTT this is all they could make out of it If cols aro blighted dig them early KE3S TTJCIiX AIST CATLETT HARRIS Any insinuation that brick ovens are has Formerly with Forbes A Uro Ky IKopklusvillc bo torrified A common story at- ¬ TWELVE BEAUTIFUL LOTS Abstract Co Agt Christian John Stites Executor Enquirer f Caller Johnson -- ASZjytfe Is yonr His Pet Namfl NEW STUDIO No 580 Foiirth Avenue Lmosa Johnson at home Mr surlily Y o wwfryjtJu see Horwliieel In Ttprn Topics tleJial i A Sioux Falls woman calls herlnip band Nails for a pot name because he cannot Ijq driven Minneapolis Journal Louisville Ey bus Railroad St Between Tonth HOPKINSVILE KY for oursolvea and olfor our ser ayd Eleventh vices to the pubho at the most roanj onublo prices Paper hanging u ape ESyCnreful attoutiou given to sampling and selling all tobacco consigned nlty AH work guarantood LilMiral advances on tobacco in hloro AH tobHccq iusured vnlM o us Leavo ordors wt Gus Youngs Othorwi0 instructed Telephono Wr2 rings PAINTERS PAPER HANGERS ami Wo hnvo concluded to go into PEOPLES WAREHOUSE HANBERY SHRYER PropVs uy til illjjl SSSB MMMitf ST o feste CHILDRENS DAY M PER50NALdOS51P sB ft LIEUT BAKNaDOU 55HH5 I Herring of Louisville is Thcrc Will Be Pretty Exercises at the phoenix The Brave Young Officer WoUnded a Suit can Yon at the Methodist Church Diclc Mosclcy of Fairview spent at Cardenas To Morrovv yesterday in the city buy For r- Attorney G W Southall Went to J V W JiIJCF njsTc mprrw will be Childrens Clarksvillc on professional business Washington May 13Whilc An this week Day at the Methodist church Lieut Barnadou may have been Unusualiyintercstlng programme Mr O H Anderson is home from reckless with the torpedo boat Win-slow Well tell you tho kjud wo Our showing of new spring suits is at-vlias been nrcnared and will he ren- - a business trip to Louisville ycry best W i sol it 750 aro strictly all as he is a fearless young fel ¬ Vv tdercd by a number of bright little wool every detail woli tailor Miss Maud Roach of Montgom ¬ low he was engaged in a most im- ¬ hbw There isnt any thing new or dsiraiile iliat fa JL Children The exercises will con- the iu ed Tho VITALS a portant and dangerous undertaking V ery is visiting Mrs E 13 Long M sUIcr so constructed that ab sistof vocal and instrumental music hiissiiig from our display yi the work of locatinirtoroedoesand sntiHfnctiou and long solute F W L Banks a prominent Pa annual col- ¬ The and recitations mines in the harbor of Cardenas in sorvico is assured tho wearer li AiWHnii fnt lir nr1 nnrl maintenance ducan is at thePhoenix the best and highest priced tailpr in the lifnd couldnt Our styles aro exclusively anticipation of the larger ships of lr tlVfthe Sunday schools which are Luther McCoy of Evansville the squadron next week The Win confirmed to us tho patterns offer you better made garments thangohr gioVself sustaining will be taken nro Bright Pleasing and Dls is in the city on business slow beino a small boat drawintr tinctivo from tho ordinnry l T W Carpenter of Nashville only a few feet of water TJieut Bar Clothing seen in other stores You seen the latest thing was a guest of the Phoenix yester ¬ We mako it our business to nadou could run about the harbor out in Table Ware Gold see that your plothing fits day Aluminum at Cooper W without danger of hitting1 a torpedo properly because it enhances Mrs J B Tyler Miss Madge or a mine ana was noie oy tne use iCori tho value of the garment Tvler and Miss C Josenberger of scientific means to make a map COLORED CIRADUATES bi of Princeton registered at the Phoe of the bottom of the bay showing IV nix last night the location of these dangerous nn piiooressive olotheb Class of Six Received Diplomas J O Carter a popular Louis ¬ pediments He made some of them tV ville commercial man representing harmless by cutting theHvires with Last NightHighly Credita ¬ fyti J X Schulten Co was in the city which they were to be exploded ble Concert HERE AND THERE from a lookout on the land Wr l yesterday can appreciate Ice Cream delivered toyotir house Even a layman Af f1ir nnrrn TTnuep Insf nirrllt n Mr Jno W Vreeland of the i Couldnt fit you any better or give you jnorc satis- the difficulties and the danger of at any time Galbeath Ennis very largeaudience of colored peo- - Farmers Home Journal attended this task particularly when it was Try our Brick Ice CreninV Noth- ¬ ifeple assembled to witness a highly the Grange Sale v faction performed urider the very guns of ing like it Galiireath JSnnVss t icuiuiuit cuueert yivcn uy uic pu Miss Grace Clark of Madison Arid there isnt anything equal td our showing any- i mlsof the Colored mibhc schools ville is visiting Mrs T D Armis the fortresses which protect that Smoke Belverde cigars they are tVt harbor and in the presence of num- ¬ mighty fine Galbreath vv and the presentation of diplomas to tead on South Main street Ennis where near hereno such variety nor immense lines erous small gunboatsfAyhich were the graduating class Six students Chas Jessie alias Tom Dunn Mrs T W Long is home after a kept there for the very purpose of Completed the course of ten studies pleasant visit to friends in Hender i preventing it Lieut Barnadou is the Hopkinsville negro who was A i this year They are Ben Arthur son shot Saturday night by officer Gor- ¬ a brilliant and conscientious young Boyd Pauline Gladys Postelle Lu- Miss Daisy Kleeman of Clarks- ¬ officer of remarkable scientific at- ¬ don while attempting to escape ciebelle Hubbert Ophelia Beatrice Sfrr died villc is the guest of her sister Mrs tainments and gifted with an unus and firing on the officer H w Robinson Pearl Lillian Jefferson H M Frankel Thursday at Frankfort al faculty for acquiring lanjruacres aud B Carrie Leavell We know our Ice Cream is the Miss Katie McDaniel has re- ¬ To him is due the rapid advance- ¬ Miss Katie McDaniel County Su- ¬ H r best because everybody says so perintendent in conversation with turned after a visit to a number of ment of the United States in the use Galbreath- Ennis of smokeless powder That has a representative of the Daily Ken the county schools Come In Now While Our The case of Mrs Trouillas for i tuckian yesterday said that she Miss Fannie Peay of Hopkins- - been his specialty for several is visiting her aunt Mrs Su- ¬ years and the experiments he has complicity in the killing of her hus- ¬ had every reason to feel proud of ville Selection is Full tf tW rV this class The examination which san Hewlett on North Jefferson conducted at the torpedo station at band Cyprian Trouillas at Nebo Newport have been carefully Hopkins county something like a V they passed was a special one and street Princeton Banner watched by all the nnavaliad mili- ¬ year ago was dismissed at the in- ¬ the questions were selected from a Mr W B Kennedy and family stance of the Common wealth in the list prepared for the examination arrived from Paducah last nijrht tary authorities in the world Ensign Bagley is the first officer Hopkins County Court as it was not of teachers Mr Kennedy will return Monday order to secure a second class and his family will spend the sum- ¬ to fall in the war although Engi ¬ believed that there could be suffi- ¬ JJn AWffVv neer Merritt and Lieut Jenkins cient eiiflence produced against certificate as teacher it is neces mer with Mrs Elgin j r ff vxrHriw 9f0 w f sary for the applicant to secure a Miss Ruth Cooper has returned went down with the Maine and her to bring about a conviction iVKMi Buffalo Cat and other kinds of marK not lower than fifty on this from Dade Citv and Lake Weir Ensign Breckinridge whose father has just been made a Major-Generjk examination fresh fish just received at Reeves Not a member of the Florida where she spent the win was swept Off the narrow - deck 12 Bars of Laundry soap for 25 k h Sliclass was marked as low as 75 ter Miss Cooper says that every- ¬ f M M showinsr their own proficiency thing has a very warlike appear of the torpedo boat Cushing while cents at Reeves on its way across to Cuba and was gsuvell as the thoroughness of the ancein the South White Mountain Ice Cream freez- ¬ drowned Bagley was the most ers schools all sizes and prices at Reeves W SSBrW Mrs John Mendle of Bethany L rrUa 3JH 1 luuulB VCI- tk icceivcui uy West Virginia is visiting Dr famous man in the class of 1897 be 9t TqmatoesCucumbers Raddislies cause he was for three years the he county suoerintendent from Youngs family Mrs Mendle has full back and for two years the New Potatoes Parsley Peas If BHrP1 rankfort Wednesday They were a son who is an officer on the U S the captain of the football team and Soup Beans Rhubarb Onions and beautiful specimens of the engrav- r s art They were presented to battleship Iowa which figured so the best all round athlete at the Beets at Reeves Tf ruffian fired a pistol ball conspicuously A He was not much of a academy if M the graduates last night by A C bombardment ofWednesday in the scholar San Juan and stood only four from through the ten oclock north bound Urent Chairman of the Board of Misses Amanda E Taylor and the bottom of his class but he was U N train near CaskyWednesday Trustees for the colored city school Lillian R Brown two of the most an excellent sailor and always night The leaden missile barely To the and Cooper Co can fix popular young ladies of Hopkins very popular with his comrades missed a drummers head you up in White wash ville and representatives of South and the men who were under him buried itself in the wood on the Brushes and Scrubbing brushes Kentucky College in the collegiate His mother is a widow who lived in opposite side The company will of every kind contest in this city Friday night Washington during the Cleveland use every effort to ascertain the For we will fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man have returned to their homes after admistration while her brother identity of the miscreant Hopkinsville Tobacco Tlarket survives a pleasant visit of days to Miss Josephus Daniels now editor of the Now is the time for action as it is daily being proven Co May 11 1898 Mary G Ratliff on South Jefferson Raleigh News and Observer was Tobaccos W T Cooper have the largest and that to the victor belongs the spoils The offerings this week were the street Princeton Banner chief clerk of the interibr depart most complete stock largest of the year and were com- ¬ Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure ment His sister Miss Bagley is of chewing and smoking tobaccos posed entirely of 1897 crop He on the market Aluminum has been on the a cleric in the geology survey the spoils in as much as we furnish them with by far the best The condition was an improve- ¬ Gold- - market for five years and was a classmate and roommate of r ment over previous week goods for the money Special Bargain is the best table ware in Ensign Breckinridge and brought There appeared at nearly all of the ware- ¬ use It has no plating to wear off his body home from Key West As ¬ We have some bicycle bargains houses some very nice Bremen Ital- ¬ is as hard as steel and as pure as sistant Engineer Merritt of the iij510000 and 57500 racers to offer ian and Regie styles but nothing Gold or Sliver and is rapidly tak ¬ Maine was also a classmate and this afternoon iktf Forbes Bro in the way of selections on sale HT ing the place of Plated Ware For Bagley makes the fifth of the class The blackberry bushes are bloom- Highest price 51425 The mar ¬ sale by W T Cooper1 of 1897 to die a violent death ing in profusion and the indica- ¬ ket had a good deal of snap and r And Raisins 5c per tions are that there will be a very vim However at times it was a Band of Gypsies Prunes pound at the Red Front heavy crop this year little irregular but prices were A large band of Gypsies are en ¬ Grocery well sustained from beginning to camped in a pretty grove near Bev- ¬ on end onfall grades The farmers erly They seem a most prosper Special SaleT now goingCos at Chicago Market W Cooper are very busy preparing- their land ous and happy band of bohemians QUOTATIONS BY RAWLINS CO Is still our motto and we maintain the fight against all competi- ¬ for the intended crop and no doubt and are unusually well equipped BROKERS For Sale A steady bombardment has effected some of tion on the next season 50 per cent of having fine stock and our out norts substantial Chicago 111 May 13 A weak I have some nice family horses at the crop will be set tents but has left some of our main lines in tact and we are still for- ¬ feeling prevailed in the wheat pit my stable for sale C H Layne WEEKr Y rtEPonx to day and a further decline was tified with big lots of need a Water the outcome flnnlflYi Lf y Receipts for week 890 hhdB ir Cooler dont buv until year I 5080 hhds UUUlUl you have inspected our Opg Higt Closing Sales week 368 stock W T Cooper Co year 2451 July Wheat 1 06 1 07 1 04 i Offerings week Cash Wheat 515 1 50 Move war s Dwelling Dlstroyed Rejections for week 147 38 July Corn 35 36tf 27 27 A The residence of Mr Richard July Oats Horse Ran Away 11 65 SPRING Orton a worthy and popularcitizen July Pork 11 00 12 17 July Lard 6 60 6 67 6 50 A horse attached to a buggy be ¬ oftheClardy vicinity was entirely longing to Mr John Reynolds be ¬ destroyed by fire Wednesday night seen Coooer Pr came frightened on Main street be ¬ All of the family were Mens Fine Ail Wool absent and Have Special Sale bills tween 8th and Ninth yesterday absolutely nothing was saved Mr Handsomely - Tailored morning and ran at a furious rate Orton had no insurance Leader shoes for ladies at 150 pair Lj Home Grown Peas of speed out South Main The bug ¬ Elegant silk vesting top siloes for ladies at 200 pW We will have fur bushels of gy was demolished and the horse Anything in the Tin ¬ home giown peas Saturday morn- ¬ injured Mr Reynolds had left Tinware ware line from a tin Yours for peace or war and always for trade ing Also new potatoes cabbage I l the horse in charge of a negro while Tho largest and most strawberries tomatoes etc every he went into a store and the animal at Cooper exclusive asHortmont day L O Brumfield wo haya ever shown escaped from the boy Telephone 105 4 Now bright catchy Stores To Close at PM patterns exeJusivoly Get your For years there confined to us Strawberries strawberries agreement among thehas been- an¬ All the brands TIiobo garments retail mer- Cigars made can best found for dinner to chants of be at pro tailored by tho this city to close their the Red Front orrocerv morrow from Cooper Co Nice business houses makers of tho famous at 7 oclock fmm Cooper Co make a specialty of A judgment was rendered at the and fresh Received daily VITALS Brandtho Mr Kandolph Dade returned June 1st to September 1st in order everything in the recent term of the Lyon Circuit chewing and nost uuiorod lieadyyesterday fromChlckanuutfti Park that their employes raiirht have tho smoking fine to Wear Clothing in Court which is decidedly interest¬ where Patient From Princeton the United States forces are benefit of rest and recreation during the World ing to a couple of prominent Hop George Hedden was placed on the evenings of the hot season concentrated preparatory h the in ¬ Iloro is a hard nqtforcompotitiou kinsville citizens Charleston Dr E R Cook vasion of Cllhsi ATf W trial at Princeton yesterday for year the merchants will put This to The Cruiser Philippines towhich is to oraok the and Mr Clms A Thompson held sail for the dav is lunacy and ordered to the asylum agreement into effect twp Lieut Alex Dade has left for Tam weeks commanded by Capt Henry Glass Ivyon county bond to the extent of nn ttrifl hero Sheriff Stevens brought him earlier and will commence l niiiFit i jSWt 0n May 34000 A compromise wawefrect- viiww ui ivir jamea uiasa nrui oyer at nodn yesterday i rROORWSgJV eXQTHJKRwas recently vvonMli t the raw 15 t Mrs Virginia Latham of thi city vuumierino terjntf ot which these tfWtttUt will receive 22600 of Adjutant of yRfiinknt What Kind of 7 Spring 5 S IkJ M 750 rW is iaye i- - SAM FRANKEL Hiah Artife Make - yi U 5 -- Dont Wait fill s Our Stock is Broken J f - - W x ftwan fftiYtftiO4iX al wmiWiiwJ J2we3X toju fI ai i- Nail the YS ggkASmJSrm Colors Mas 5 NO - SURRENDER - I- I THE First WEAR RESISTER SHOES FOR MEN AT - - 200 PAIR r Suits at - 4 4s li 750 IV - PETREE COMPANY - SAM FRANKEL - nifliin sMm 1 - v v miuuJ-- i lia immwWwmmw y