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VOL 1 N0 16 jB He w ailu 9KEtitxtcfciatt EXCLUSIVE WAR NEWS TO DAY Truthful account of tlic nsfyal skirmish at Cienfuegas Tlic destruction of Cardenas a fake withoutoundation The capture of San Juan riot confirmed Fresh arrivals of troops ati Tamoa Cerveras fleet located offjflie Venezuelan coast More Transports and Steamers chartered atTampa x usLjuiniiivm ui 111c uivtimuu yt vuol UV laud forces Details of the loss of life in the San Juan bombardment I HOPKINSVILLE KY SUNDAY MORNING MAY 15 1898 GREAT j V- yw PRICE 2 CENTS SPANISH FLEET DODGING SAMPSON nt r NAVl BATTLE T - tf VWK A I Now Only a Question of A LMlWVbJ STOLE A MARCH Afraid of Battle It Sails to UNDER CHURCH SPIRES- 1 Few Hours yjff If L- v M I Popular Hopkinsville Couple Mar-Â¬ 5cavicj ried In Secret Wednesdaylpy nt All of the Various City Churches Today Dutch West Indies loss and Property Juan If Wednesday night at the hohicjpf Therje will be the usual services Rev Arthur Roberts pastor dfthe at the First Presbyterian church Universalist marriage this morning f Life Schley Will Reinforce Sampson in Time to was solemnizedchurch a unites h School at J3J and eveninir Sundav Heavy In Shell which ooo lives and fortunes of a popular Ninth Street Presbyterian church Hopkinsville couple There Islan element of romance in the affair Kev v L Nourse pastor Ser- Â¬ Take ing of San if which lends it additional interest- - vices 11 a m and 730 p m Sun- Â¬ It was a secret wedding rind the day School at 930 facts only became known yesterooo At the Catholic church this morn- Â¬ day The principals were Mr SCENE IS THE cact Location of the Eugene B Caldwell and Miss Lola ing there will be Mass at 10 oclock CUTTING CABLES TO PREVENT BLANCO COMMUNICATING Ausenbaugh The courtship had by Father Wright Sunday School not known WITH SPAIN THIS DONE INVASION WILL BEGIN continued for quite a while and at conclusion of mass - Benediction at night 730 their many mutual friends felt as- Â¬ ooo sured that it would eventually cul Eld H J Smith will occupy his minate in vows at the altar but WASHINGTON D C May Washing ion D C May 14 If Sampson or Schley succeeds in meeti- they were not prepared for the an- Â¬ pulpit at the Christian church this morning at 11 and this evening at ng- the Spaniards at sea a battle royal will result If the Spanish ad Â¬ nouncement that Mr Caldwell and official information that the Spanish fleet is at the island 730 oclock Sunday school at 930 to fhe location Miss Ausenbaugh had been secret a m miral obtained information at Fort De France in regard ofCurocoa one of the Dutch West Indies off Venezuela ly married Not even the sisters of of Sampsons fleet he is probably now heading- directly to Cuba He has ooo the groom were apprised of the in- Â¬ caused excitement because of the evident purpose to At the Cumberland Presbyterian a decided advantage over the American fleet in such a movemeiit If teresting fact until noon yesterday evade Sampsons fleet and reach Cuba The French cable the Spanish vessels have continued due west or even westby northwest Mr Caldwell is an employee of church Dr DeWitt the pastor will occupy hib pulpit morning and eve- Â¬ extends to Curocoa since they were signaled west of Martinique they are now about 150 Forbes thence to Haiti Porto Rico and Cuba Bro and a young man of ning 11 and 730 oclock Sunday fine character and capacity miles ina straight line from San Juan His School at If they are bent on reaching thus enabling1 the Spanish fleet to communicate with Ha Â¬ 930 a m Cuba either by the channel between Haiti and the island or by the Yu bride was formerly of Kelly but ooo vana and Madrid has resided in this city for some Services at Grace Episcopal catan channel at the west end of Cuba it will probably be impossible for time past and has won the friend- Â¬ church at 1030 a m An order has been issued by the Navy Department and 730 p Sampson to intercept them If the American admiral learned promptly ship and esteem of all who have in Rev R S Carter the rector not to give out anything about the movements of the enough however of the whereabouts of the Spanish fleet he may be able met her The Kentuckian wishes will iill the pulpit Sunday School to descend upon it by way of the Mona passag e between Porto Rico and them a long and happy married at the usual hour American fleets squadrons or ships The Department Haiti though this is improbable It will be a hard race also between life H trf will not state where Sampson is now At the Universalist the flying squadron and the Spanish warships if the former undertakes Tv They Were Mad- The safety of the Oregon is now assured as it has passed ArthurRoberts the pastor will lill to reach Cuba in advance of the enemys arrival Frankfort May 14 Forty re his pulpit at both morning and eve- Â¬ beyond reach of the Spanish fleet To Send the Solace to the Scene jected volunteers returned here this ning services Sunday School It is believed that Sampsons fleet as well as Schleys at to know definitely to morroA where morning from Lexington The navy department expects They 930 t squadron has beendispatched to intercept the Spanish fleet ooo the engagement will take place and the ambulance ship Solace will be were mad because they had to pay The Government gave an immense order for armor and shells for Rev Chas IT Nash has returned promptly dispatched from Key West to that vicinity to render first aid their fare home coast defenses to day More transports were also chartered and several OWE OF SPAINS BEST SHIPS to the injured the chances being that the mortality will be heavy The sV small yachts naval war board is confident that the Spanish armored squadron will The work of cutting off Spains cable communications with Cuba reach Santiago de Cuba Saturday night and every effort is being made will be continued although it has been attended this week with loss of to assemble a strong American naval force in that vicinity by Sunday life By that time Commodore Schley now bound due South on the Panama The campaign in Cuba will not begin until Blancos communication mail route should reach Cape Mays in the Windward passage The will Spain is cut off Spaniards are believed to need coal very badly and since the bombard Â¬ ment of San Juan de Puerto Rico their shortest and safest run for fuel that first essential of naval warfare is Santiago 1000 miles away Havoc Made By Shells fx Commodore Schleys squadron started at least twenty hours later and ST THOMAS May f df Vhas barely more than 900 miles to run Inhabitants returning to Part Â¬ battle j v -- 14-Special- -Deflnit - m tf i - I4--Spe- f mSmmmIiij fill If H ii t Special Tn the engagement off Cienfucros on Wednesday between the Marblehead Nashville and an auxiliary w gunboat and several thousand Spanish troops one seaman of the Mar- blehead was killed six severely wounded and a number of other Amery Still Rushing to the Shore icans were slightly wounded Tampa IHa May U Special Five more regiments from Chicka i Three of the wounded Americans are likely to die Many Spaniards niauga arrived here to day and others are arriving to night were killed or wounded The wounded Americans were brought here t VL this morning The man killed on board the Marblehead WWynamed Cruiser St Paul Regan Herman y Old Point Comfort Va May 14 Special The cruiser ST Paul passed here at 0 p m headed south under full steam The badly wounded are ARMORED CRUISER VIZCAYA John Davis of 640 Twenty fifth street New York Tho Vlzoaya is 340 foot long Sho la an armored cruiser of abont Sails From Porto Rico 7000 John J Doran of 44 Spring street Fall River tons displacement Her spobd is somothlng oyer 30 knots an hour and sho ha3 Cape ITaytien May 14 Special Sampsons fleet has sailed from Robert Bolb of the Nashville i1 v a battery consltlng of two n iud ten 55 inoh oight 0 pounder r and eight Porto Rican waters Commander Sampson communicated with the if 1 poundor guns Ernest Suntzeanickle Sho has an armor bolt of 13 lnohos over hor most vulnerable American Consul at Haytien to day parts W TTnrlinnistm KFWW Herman Harry Hendnckson ff Was Sampson Repulsed All but Bbltz belong to the Marblehead Wheat Still Dropping froniNorfolk Va and will occupy Special Washington 1 C May 14 No official report has been None of the ships was damaged to any extent Chicago May 14 May wheat his pulpit at the Baptist church to- Â¬ Vi The object was to cut the cable and this was accomplished opened on Change to day at a de day at 11 a m and 730 p m Sun Â¬ received here confirming the published statement that the city and fortU After cutting the cable the Aiherican shins turned their lire on the cline of 20c pcivbuBhel The open day School at the usual hour in the fications of San Juan had surrendered to Admiral Sampson nor is- any expected for the reason that the statement is not given credence in offi Â¬ flight house and the improvised f6rt was blqwn to pieces As there ing was 9130 Only lOtfjClq bushels morning o0o were traded in showing the May cial circles were great numbers of Spaniards in and behind the fort at the time price practically nominal Letter The childrens day services at The result of the engagement at San Juan so far as is indicated by tlicve is no doubt that many of them were killed brokers took the 10000 bushels of the Igthodist church this morning official reports was not altogether satisfactory inasmuch as one of the IhXh0 Marblehead and the Nashville used their heaviest guns as fered and immediately bid the mar- - will draw a large crowd HB WJH The program will include appro principal objects of the expedition was the burning of the large quantity and hvtndrdsofshts were thrown in- - Ket up to iiu i jMp be smivU rnPJdttrc priate songs and recitations Sun- - of coal stored there for use of the Spanish fleet Before he had been able Chicago Market to till Rnnnieli fvnnno m daySjdiool will be conducted at the to fully accomplish tlie destruction of the fortifications and the coal sup Â¬ QUOTATIONS UY KAWMNS CQ Commander Washburn Maynard of the Nashville was slightly uual hour i 1IROKBKS WiUM ply the Admiral it is believed here though it prudent to withdraw hl wouuded by a spent bullet Qpif IHigtTgi fleet through fear of having one or more of his vessels disabled pending A few days ago there was another of exchange shots l At Flemings Cave July Wheat 1 02 104X the more important contest with the Spanish ilect The Spanish ship Galatea went outside the harhqrgto engage the Cash Wheat Miss Mta Gant entertained a 44ir i 36 WW XWStI TT C iit fSUllitLil StJlra l1ivilln ii mn ilnf Iflrtirli Pnmmnn July Corn 35tf number of her little friends with a No Truth in the Story 2j 3fttf a vessel about dhethird the Galateas size TheOiigaffeniont was July Oats ad V picniciiit Flemings Cave Satur 11 70 JulvPork 11 45 Vnshingtoin C May 14 Special The report in some of the UH hiirJ lllAlpfoi OnO pf the Eagles stpound slielis fepjinter July Lard 0 40 iT day The day and the place were 6 47 papers that the Wilmington had renewed the bom K ed tlrt cofefSftLOHtea s deck housq and the Spanish cruiser ideal and the little people enjoyed scnaationaraffeniKu BfeYVcsy ii a Dmocrat harbpr the occasion heartily bardment of Cardenas and killed 500 Spaniards va a ground fake f i Key West Fla May 14 Â¬ Lieut Southerland In a Fight wT fn IwffWiirMfini lieved but there has been no officiai report of the number killed One shell struck a schoolhouse where many had taken refuge destroying a large number of lives The city was also very badly damaged by the shells San Juan find that the loss of life was greater than first be- Â¬ tmf f It- Â¬ - Â¬ -- il W-r -- r quicklyirtui i a - v - N r S - y M i kt U i jMi Mfa BMMBMMMW-MBHBU-MlilJ- a UltHML tbe 5aii ftentucktait 0 EWJwuJUettiierttoall MS 1 1UE Exmnntim CfL M Ladies and Childrens Slippers Arc yon interested in the prices of La fxu A Urn io czxtm rxx vnzx Otf t ike Sce Rcpfneiit Nw Coptefai - i OMtcm Slippers J5 1 iA Per Week 10 lvls of Hurt Jevcy is a Democrat The Minnesota militia arc ent to Manila i lobe KENTUCKY EDITORS Recruits Nw Te SeMSer Life Ccrmpondenc Pmk Severely inured P SO this is an opportunity that you cant afford to mi33 To close these lines out tight away we have decided to cut the 1 2 IN TWO All of our ladies and childrens slippers Instruction i xj P wL Lexington May 14CapL Brin recent issue of the Daily Kk ton B Dans of Company I Third V ruaciAXt Jropkinsville is on our Paducah fell from his fcnari tahlci It is six column following prospectus of the Regiment The Our Little Giant shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to this tfofiipage nqwTpajwr and a credit Kentucky Press Association for sleeping quarters in a loft at Camp Collier this afternoon at 3 oclock market and every one who has ever tried tliem will testifythe trdtli oi this assertion WVetern Kentucky journalism this year including instructions to strained his back severely t i fiHkton Progress editors to insure a pleasant outing and His injury may prevent him from been issued by Secretary R K has musterinir His company declares Jn appointing Gen Wade to lead Morningstar of Bowling Green unless he recovers sufficiently the invasion Ihe army of Cuban The business meeting will be that pn the held at the Palace Hotel Cincin to pass examination ihey will re- Â¬ Government lias had an eye fiinft ol things The first troops nati O July 1 and 2 The meeting fuse to muster CapL Davis was io land on Cuban noil waded will be called to order at noon Fri Â¬ removed to the Protestant Infirmary t XX ashore day July 1 and will adjourn at The mustering in of Volunteers of Saturday Firt District Populists will meet noonpart of theJuly 2 The liter-Â¬ the Second Regiment began at program will be to ary 9 at Princeton next Wednesday Camn Collier this cveninir Com nominate a candidate for Congress carried out at the Grand Hotel pany C of AVinchestcr was taken It is possible that Ben C Keys wjll Mackinac Island Michigan up first and followed by the Leba- Â¬ All editors and managers of again be the nominee though it is CapL Strother only non company said Dr Lackey of Tritftf would newspapers published in Kentucky lacked five men after the examina- Â¬ are entitled to the courtesies ex Â¬ tion and he soon filled their places not be averse to the honor tended the Kentucky Press AssoÂ¬ w with more that passed The mus- Â¬ Itis5KJ miles from Martinique ciation provided their papers have tering in of the volunteers is merely WORTH 75c 100 125 and 150 The Spanish fleet been in existence one year or to Porlo Kico process Each company a formal wair at Martinique Thursday night longer Membership is by papers appears before Capt Ballance Weekly papers and left going towards Porto Rico not individuals and after being sworn in receives If Admiral Cerrere is in a hurry are entitled to one representative an order for a months pay in ad to get there he ought to reach there semi weeklies two and dailies vanceand is then pronounced a full to day three Each representative may fiedged member of the United States 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 125 and 150 M be accompanied by one lady The other companies will The talk of turning the Oregon Each representative must mail army be taken up as fast as their final back after a two months voyage his application for transportation and starting her on a six months accompanied by one dollar annual muster rolls are filled XXX trip around the world to a point dues by June 15 Papers desiring says he is going to where there are no Spanish ships to become members must make ap- Â¬ Col Gaithcr black kid and tan We will also put in this sale our entire line of afloat is ridiculous in the extreme plication on or before June 15 or put a stop to the blanket tossing A private had to be sent to the hos If the Oregon is to light the Spanish they may not be accepted in time to button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction navy she does not have to leave allow representatives to attend the pital yesterday and a colored lad u the Atlantic ocean io una inc un- - annual meetimr Applicants for had his arm broken several days emy Half of Spains warships are membership must send 1 member- Â¬ before as a result of the practice we are still selling at prime Eastern XXX in West Indies and the others arc ship fee and 1 extra for annual ISrew York Cost There is a bread famine on in at Cadiz only 2800 miles distant dues Those already members Lexington caused by the mobiliza- Â¬ send SI only for annual dues troops there of McMillan The City Council of Louisville Certificates for transportation tion the contract to for the supply the lias ended the long contest will be issued by the secretary up- Â¬ secured the city printing by giving it to the on application and payment ofdues men with bread and he has been Democratic organ the Dispatch and under no circumstances will furnishing 2000 loaves per day The council could not have done certificates be isued until dues are He worked his bakery to its capac- Â¬ otherwise and fulfill its duty to the paid The certificates will be good ity and was finally compelled to party that elected it last fall on the Louisville and Nashville and ask the assistance of Lells bakery Democrats everywhere will rejoice Louisville Henderson and St Louis In this manner he was enabled to al4he triumph of the Dispatch over trains June 28 to July 20 1898 go- Â¬ furnish the two regiments with Hopkmsville Gas but in view of the arrival of its enemies and buniness rivals ing to or returning from Cincinnati bread the other regiment together with and will not be transferable under AND instead of sending 20000 United any circumstances Abuse of this the two companies of cavalry Mc- Â¬ States soldiers to Havana within Millan could not furnish the extra after war was declared privilege means expulsion three days He asked the assist- Â¬ Lightning Co If transportation over other roads 1000 loaves to back up the invasion with fillips necessary to reach Cincinnati ance of Flads bakery but its pro and destroy the forts the Govern- Â¬ is to have anything to of the prietor refused ment at Washington has waited write to the representatives Havo opened up their show do with the matter so McMillan wish to travel over These Is the only morning daily paper published three weeks and then invaded Cuba lines you notified Lieut Vestal that he would rooms for the Beason in the are the men Illinois central W A by letting forty men wade ashore within a radius of 70 miles of Hopkmsville Main Cincinnati have to throw up the contract but HOWE BUILDING at a roadstead too obscure to have Kellond Louisville said he would furnish enough Cincin- Â¬ A C Rinearson street where they have a stock No wonder Spaniards Southern a name to last over Sunday Iiieut Ohio C B bread nati Chesapeake and of the latest improved are laughing at us and claiming a Arrangements Vestal is endeavoring to make a Ryan Cincinnati victory in advance contract with a large Louisville have been made with these gentle- Â¬ A from the Secretary As To the Association Meet Â¬ ing This Year AT HALF PRIC E PLACE ON SALE TOMORROW 200 PAIRS l Ladies Plin Needle and Coin Toe Slippers r t5 CUT PRICE 40c 50c 65eaiid 75c 75 GTS Little Giant OUT PRICE 40 50 65 Half Price REMEMBER Clothing MAMMOTH SHOE CO The Daily Kentuekian Up-to-da- te It turns out that all of the blood- Â¬ curdling accounts of the terrible battles on Cuban soil by American troops last week in the yellow journals were fakes pure and sim ple The first light in Cuba took place Friday afternoon and was reported in the Kkntuckian a few It was a skirmish in hours later which about a dozen Spaniards and no Americans were killed It was fought by forty men from the Gus sie who waded ashore to land sup Â¬ plies for the insurgents who could not be found men to ishue transportation upon application In writing for certifi- Â¬ cates and for transportation send name of member and lady Trans- Â¬ portation for the trip from Cincin- Â¬ nati to Mackinac and return will be furnished by the Secretary at house July Cincinnati In making application for certifi- Â¬ cate state name of representative name of lady and whether or not you will go to Mackinac This in Â¬ formation is needed to enable the Secretary to make proper arrange Â¬ ments and he requests that it be given to insure transportation on 1 Nearly every company in the two regiments had out squads The men are becoming very proficient and when they are mustered into the service of Uncle Sam they will be nearly as well drilled as the old Gas Ranges For Sale At Cost Price XXX Gibsons woods was literally alive Or Will Be Rented with soldiers this morning drilling At the Nominal Sum of v- - Bright Newsy and i 300 Per Year Aro also News by Wire Up to 2 a m To City Subscribers 10 Cents agents for the GEN DINE WELSBACH LAMP The finest Light in existence stagers X X X M Delivered The physical examination under which the boys are put is very strict Eyesight must be absolute- Â¬ ly perfect and there must- not be A even the semblance of disease private in Company E Second regi- Â¬ ment was throvn out on account of an ingrowing toenail X THE PRESENT CRISIS Delivered at Your Door by 6 a m r The ranking ofliccr of the United Stales navy is Admiral William A Kirkland commanding the navy yard at San Francisco Dewey will be seventh on the list that is he will stand at the foot of the list of rear admirals The Rear-Admiral ItineraryFriday July Ip m- - i p in Meet at Palace Hotel Visit the Lagoon THE POST DISPATCH BIG CUT Is the Only IN St Louis Paper - Saturday July 2 9a m Meet at Palace Hotel 1220 Leave via C II and D Y w t act of Congress promoted him five for Detroit 8p m Arrive at Detroit files and jumped him over Commo II p m Leave Detroit for Mack dores Norton Dunce McNair and Howell The highest ranking of Â¬ inac Sunday July 3 on board steamer ficer in the army is Maj Gcn Nel Â¬ Monday 7 u m arrive at Mack Â¬ The second on the son A Miles list is Maj Gen Wesley Merritt inac Tuesday at Mackinac Island and then comes Gens Hrookci Otis leave Wednesday 830 a in Coppinger Shafted Graham Wade Mackinac and Merriam in order Thursday 830 a m arrive at Â¬ Own Staff Smith of the Third regiment With Its all Poiuts of Correspondents at Interest officially announces his revised re- Â¬ At Havana gimental BtafF as follows Colonel Mr Sylvester Scovol At Madrid J Smith Lieutenant Colo- Â¬ Thomas Mr A E Houghton nel Jouett Henry Major anil-Su- r Col X X BICYCLE -- - In order to make room for wheels of our own manufacture we will sell what factory wheels we have ou hanli at and geon Frank Boyd AssistantSur geons Austin Bell and Neville M Garrett First Lieutenant and Adjutant Roberts Mitchell First Â¬ At Washington Mr Stophon Bonsnl j At Now Yor- kMr Morton Watkins v TUB NEWS OF THE DAY IN J BEiLOW COST 25 wheels cut to 19 and 30 50 Syracuse cut to 3750 75 Delker cut to 50 V pfejl The Spanjuh squadron in the West Indies consists of four cruis crs and three torpedo boat de stroyers Theae are the Oquendo the Maria Theresa the Vlcaya and the Cristobal Qolon cruisers and the Terror Filror and Pluton The United States ias to meet it the Iowa and Indiana battleships the New York and DetMt cruisci H and the Terror Pupitaparid Am phjtrlte monitors amlHhree torpedo boats and four fast liners The gun jMver It 79 to 5B in favor of the Untu States Â¬ Quartermaster Lieutenant and Frank L Strange Majors Edward II Watt George C SafTarans Da- Â¬ vid C Colson Captain and Chap- Â¬ lain Frank M Thomas First Detroit Thursday 930 a in leave De Â¬ Lieuts and Batalion Adjutants Getty E Snell Joseph S Siincox troit Thursday 6 p m arrive at Cin- Â¬ Arthur G Sharpley X X cinnati The election by which Mr Leo- Â¬ nard Cook was made First Lieuten Â¬ Rev Carter Will Lecture ant of the Paris Company has been Rev R S Carter rector of the set aside as illegal and Mr Charl- Â¬ Grace Episcopal church will de Â¬ ton Alexander may be appointed in liver an interesting lecture to the his place local lodge of Odd Fellows at Odd Mr Charles W Smith a promin Â¬ Fellows Hall at 745 oclock Tues day evening All Odd FcIIowb ent fanner of the Fairview vicinity their friends and families are in- Â¬ was in the city on business yester vited to attend day X THE POST 15 DISPATCH cents a wook seven days jf do livored by agent 60 cents a month if sent by mail uome cany oeTore xney are an gone i ji pa We will have Patronize home industry samples up by May 1st poring Wo will send you free a largo selection of samploB from Oo Why send your money away when you can get better work doF per roll up All uow coloring and of Our repair shop is the best in flic city and our line novelties up to date WE PAY at home FREIGHT Wo want an Lent sundries the most complete Yours to please in evorytown to soil ou commission from largo samnlo books No cdnital required For samples or particulars ndrlrnua PAPER WALL expect to do any Wc will make you wheels to order of best material for 7M 7W n S Wolf Ninth At tf YjOity i fciifmll H0PKINSV1LLE BICYCLE WORKS pyi fc 104 BAIN S ICH dc CO Prop i - jaflAjWA 1 jifc4ttJL A 9t mmtM f am i 111111 i in iv imwmszssxmmameeBBm I t ir w r The Stutc Department has given floor with n crowd nrollnd him was Murphy Hd wfta the fellow I had seen out the following In view of the AcaiMt the fifty 01 wintry aky with tho woman As soon nfl 1 got a widely published reports that iho frcs Outltdft tliolx perfect graces fair peep at his face I Jcnew him 1 the AlonK tho liraiieNfld lifted high mail uteamship French pi i n1ilitnt lwlrq mnf lilnlruf iln Iront went up to him and soyas Whats the qtmlnt clmractorti whoso myatcry was recently He aysj I dont Lafayette which matter Murphy Tlie Diyad Alphabet might bo permitted to enter Havana and dis- Â¬ know but I guess Im crazy The iU if thg key Wer6 only mine tailor told me that he had cuught him charge her official mail had vio- Â¬ 1 miBt read what written tliorel So trytug to get away with a bolt of cloth lated the neutrality under which J It tho tnle of maid divine Imprisoned Daphne young and fair The woman had acted as a stall for hltn was accorded her by Alt conscious of the coming sprlhg He had got the bolt of cloth under his the privilege By Inward throb uitd quivering the Govemmentof the United Stales oyeruoui and startcdi down the street Or I It but tho written sontr with It when It fell out The tnllor snw it is authoritatively stated that the Mutmur d bo aoftly to tho trees It undlran after him and caught him Department ot State has been sat- Â¬ Tlnouli till tho sutnmur borne along Isaya to Murphy i You have got isfactorily convinced that nothing every tondor balmy breo2o On The lullaby for birds at rest dpwn to stealing n bolt of cloth have Â¬ Hooking al safely In tho neitT you Well sir he wns nil brokeh up of the kind was done that no merchandise whatever no contraband It humiliated him to think that a man It la n mesaajjo for tho spring Td W1 her hasten back again of his standing in the profession should of war and no Spanish gunners Her every Influence dweet to bring be caught doing such cheap work It were recently landed at Havana by Tho warmer sun tho gentler rain scorned that he had just got out of the ThO softer breeze that bears along The statement Ohio penitentiary a feV days before the Lafayette Eaoh early blrda swcot wooing song7 landed In Chicago He ran out of was given out as a result of repre- Â¬ and Bo pleasant fancies come and go money and decided to do any kind of a sentations received from theFrench If Okies bo bright or skies bo grayj small job that would give him a grub- embassy I cannot gaze o long I know The French Ambassa- Â¬ Toward heaven when brighter lsllioday stake as be called it lie got the worn- theyll hide from When leaves shall como an to help hlmnud didnt think there dor haB been sincerely anxious to mo was a chance on earth for him lo fall maintain the good feeling existing Tho slender twigs wclid tracery -i- sldof D French In Doston Transcript As It was he wad caught as easily as if between the country and France he had been mi amateur ItseUled him and be feared that some recent for another term too just as surely ns publications to the effect that the if he had stolen 10000 CRIME FIOM A Many people of humane sentiments Lafayette had carried guns and BUSINESS STANDPOINT and a genernl Ignoraucc of criminals ammunition into Ha an a in time have protested against the police keep- might become accepted as a fact By George Ade ing watch over ex convicts and all men l wlio have been photographed for the pytv--vv-lThe Louisville Legion started lo rogues gallery on Friday the 13th day of the it It Is true that certain criminals nre war any criminal ever make n taken into custody on sight whether month regardless of luck rand siirciiss of his business any definite chnrge caji be lodged superstition This question vns naked of Inspector against them or not Tlicy are brought duys ago John D Shea n few Hopkinsville Produce Tlnrket In nnd questioned nnd sometimes What do you moan by succes they arc advised to leave town or else Cash prices paid by HopkinBville Well does bo make a great dealer threatened with n bridewell sentence merchants money and escape imprisonment on a charge of vagrancy Tlint depends on whether lie calls Bacon The claim is made that sometimes crook or merely himself an Bams country and cs convlcts are so a highly moral business the criminals operates as by the police Shoulders replied the Inspector with a harried and persecuted The police inmini Sides GGJc so called profes that they cannot reform Among tho smile terference prevents them from securLaid blonal criminals there are a great many ing employment mid so long as they who get hold of largo sums of money ure regarded as criminnls nnd treated Country Produce j at times and from the money stand- ns criminnls they mlghtas well be crimIvw JuLLUr point you might say they were fairly inals in fact and enjoy some pf the reDC ifenily every instance XligQS miccessful but in wards of crime they nre linally landed in some pcuitcn 80532c New feathers There is another side to this story of iiary Beeswax course If the police worked on the as2022c Do you know of any professional sumption that every man returning 3c Tallow altocriminal who escaped punishment from Jolict hnd a sincere desire to reGinseng per lb gether form nnd lend an honest life and there10c Yes I know of oue and he is the fore was not to be kept under surveil Honey only one 1 can recall at this moment inncc there Is no doubt that criminals washed wool Tub 2830c He lives on the West side This fellow would flock to Chicago and operate GreaBed 1820c has been a buiglar and all round crook more boldly than at present It is a Burry wool 1014c wc are well satisfied fact that those cities in which the pofor 3surs and tliat ho has done a good many jobs lice have arbitrary power nnd exert it Vegetables but we have nover been able toget him with severity on all recorded criminals ftOc New potatoes per btishol lie has been wonderfully lucky One nro the cities which the crooks give a 50c Cabbage per barrel night he una brought into the Dcs wide berth and in which life nnd propwith a dark lan- erty arc much better protected than Poultry plalues street station tern a putty knife and some other they would be otherwise Old ehickouB live per lb tools of the trade on his person That When it became a matter of general is lib near as wc ever came to nabbing knowledge that any known crook in Ge Turkeys per lb him in the act He had been caught Pittsburgh would be put to work on 4c had been an old tho stone pile without legal fuss or cerDucks in an alley if he timer we might have got him out of emony the moral tone of the com Giaiu the way for awhile on such proof but munity moved up several uotches In S3 Clover per biiBhel ns he had never been convicted 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he is too smooth for the police Usually how cer ho liist conies under suspicion by Toeing seen in company with crook who are well known to the police CiUninnls naturally ilock together and make friends with one nnothef The common danger and the common Interest help to make thisin Intimate It la natural for them to work in gangs and buouoiit in and questioned pairs aud a fellow who staVts out on lus own hook is almost sure to land the eyes of the police the end justifies Ui a gang very soon and as soon as he ihe means and an experienced officer does ho comes under the notice of th and thief catcher such as Inspector Shun has very little sympathy with senpolice There nre some perhaps who have timental theories proverbial bad luck If a man really nttempts to reform Yes there are plenty who get out of will he be nble to do it Will the police one penitentiary just in time to breah persecute him and cnlLup his past and into another Criminals as a class nre prevent his earning an honest livelipoorly paid if you count in the tim hood The police say not Itisclaimcd that they serve Leaving the wrong that many reformed crooks are living and right entirely out of the question quietly In Chicngo without any bother from tho its a bad business proposition lust odorized police Some of them hnve de- Â¬ their records and gone into A lwv years ngo an ns nu instance expert bank sneak named Murphy wn politics with great success When Maj McClaugbry came to Chi let out of iloliet aud the nest week he showed up here in Chicngo One cago to be chief of jkjUco under Hemp of the dotoetheb met him and brought stead IVashburnc lm visited every stahim to the con ti al station I asked him tion In Chicago nnd nio t face to face wluit lus was doing and he said he every officer in tho entire departwas looking for work and was going to ment While on his rounds he found lend an honest life He sWore by nil two policemen whom he hnd known as that was good and holy that he would convicts in Joliel penitentiary when he neier steal another dollar as long as hi was warden there He recognized them lited 1 didnt want to doubt the man ns they stood In line nnd of course but 1 told him thut if he wanted to U they recognized him Tioth men came straight hed bettor get out of Chicago to the chiefs ofllce to plead with him and away from his old pnlt and Settle They expected to be let off the force down n Bmie quiet place where tht but the chief assured each man that he police wouldnt be Watching him all thr might remain in the department on his time He thought well of my sugges merits ns an officer and the fact that bo tion and left town About n week nfte hal been a convict would not count that we got word that a couple of fob agalust him la tho least He alto prom lows had been caught dtyjvn in Ohio ised to keep the secret Iloth men hnd trying to do a jobjn a country bank mado good policemen and had lived The police In Ohio couldnt identify down their early misfortunes-ChicagRecord these fellows bo Andy Iloliqn went Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hides aud Furs Green hides Green salted hides Dry fliut TO 7c He cn TJ t -- lPr12c BCDCD 35 B a b u ra GT n ii -- O j tD PS cd H re to 2 yB OP cP 1 55 75 rcgs porwT2 - a 2B rP n i - mo ro gw L m 52Bfe5 The Pioneer Limited Is the name of the only perut train in the world now running e- Â¬ very night between Chicago St Paul and Minneapolis ia the Chicago St Paul Raihvax Milwaukee the pioneer road of the West in adopting all improved facilities tor the safety and enjoyment of passen- Â¬ gers An illustrated pampbAt showing views of beautiful scuurj along the route of the Pioneer Lim- Â¬ ited will be sent free to an per- Â¬ son upon receipt of two cent post age stamp Address Geo II Ik af ford General Passenger Agent Chicago 111 I- - re O 5Wcr p nc OO Karo ro - fcHcJH P B W 3 05 CD B co CD CD 5 - ET ro - ym -o m cd p- O ffi 1-0 1 CTI cr hs CD CM-- -- 00 1 j STATEMENT op Tnu OF CONDITION Â¬ Pifst - National MAY 15 1898 wfffw www w mvmvwfvf Largest Auction Sale THE real estate property ever made in Hopkinsville And the greatest chance to buy valuable property will be Of W - Bank Â¬ HOPKINSVILLE - KENTUCKY at tho close of business ON MONDAY MAY RESOURCES loanR and Discounts 105M788 When nil tho liuo city property of the Into HON E P CAMPBELL will bo offorod at public auction to Overdrafts secured and unsecured U77 US Bonds to secure circulation This ia the olognnt property on West Seventh atreet betwoon tho roflidoncoa icooo00 oat bidder without tesorve on UJ3 Bonds Premiums iioooo Stocks apourltios etc ta2i7iO R Cook atitl Mrs K V Gant nnd extending from Soveuth to Fourth or Broad atreet Banking House Furniture ttxtuiea suwoo Duo from National Bmikc not KcserVo Checks aim other cash Items Notes of other National llanks Fractional paper ourronoy nickels B70W1 conts Lawful money rotorvo In banlc vU Spcclo 1M2isoo LcualtondoiiiotPd 1100000 1721300 Redemption fund with U B Tioaam- ft pur cent of WOO or circulation Duo from U STrcaauror other than 8 2 60 rcrcent redemption fund Total jjawi0 MABIMTIKS Capital stock pnld In ill 00010 lens expenses Duo fioui State Banks and Bankers Duo from approved iosoi vo ncunta AROntfe 1215 60 7 WI 2 23 at 3 Oclock tho high of Dr E 1 Â¬ Â¬ WlWi00 60ilO 1211000 TWELVE BEAUTIFUL LOTS Will bo offered for aide and will goto the highest bidder us tho estate must bo Bottled at once Upon tho centor lot is aitunted tho Bploudid residence which ia one of the inpst dosirablo in tho city DONT MIS 3 THIS OPPORTUNITY TO PUKOJIASE THE MOST VALUABLE PROPERTY EVER OFFERED AT YOUR OWN PRICE l N down to tnke a look at them Of course Andy Unows more crooks by sight thnj any other man in the department Tin minute he saw these fellow s he rco ognlzed one of them as Murphy Being n good professional Murphy was pul away for a few years in Ohio One night I was turning the co iter ntllalstcd and MadUon streets and sjw a man nnd woman crossing the street I got just a glimpse of the man but I knew that i haduecn him some where before but couldnt place him When J had walked about 100 feet oi o from thccornej heard some oni Wiling1 behind in and saw people run Wing toward a Hor sliln I liurriiu back arnl nnlii1 m iUn ln nA Christian Co Abstract GUAR Odd Notlona Eeworo of the man who smiles when ho Is nngry the man who smiles when lie is pleased Is sometimes a big boro too When your pahn Itches it means money you probably have somewhere a half dollar you have forgotten to spend A real gentleman Is n boy who will give to some plain looking woman in a street car his seat by his best girl A willing horse is often overworked a good kicker gets to quit before hU time is up Firio feathers dont make fine birds the peacock lias to roost ixv a bam Co- - Agt John Stites CAUL AT ABSTRACT OFFICE AND SEE ILAT aiaWTWiwniMwgtflJucirii Executor iwrwiaaMWBWi Siuplusfuml Undivided profits taxpspald ft 8o87H3 r National Hank Notes outstanding Formorly with Korbea A llro 2111 ll luu to Statu Banks and Bankers Dividends unpaid 07J10 ludlvhlul Deposits subject to check Jb7Jvi 0 71 HOJo Total Htati m KoiuioKyotiuiuv oruiirutiai hb- - t l alios W Lonif Uaehlorof thunbovvimincu naiiKdo soiouimy swear nun mo aoovu scuk Wo have concluded to go into bus ment is iruo to ma uoai oi my kiiow cuko all belief inesa for ouraolvea and ollor our aor Tnos W LoNn Cashier vicos to the public at tho moat roue Subscribed ami sworn tobufoiomu tliUl2ti day of May 1WH qnnblo prices PnporhangingnNpoc and nJJl OATiKTT OtiAKlINOE UARIUS liioii CATLETT HARRIS wr ta3S3TnEQDi PAINTERS and PAPER HANGERS alty All work gunrantood Leave orders at Guh Youngs rings Telephono Correct Attest JWDownur JtroIt Pre Pre1 z tleo l Lontf Lw Kills y Dlivolorsi Tho Post Dispitch Wiints an Agent in every hamlet every village every town every qity This is the opportunity of a lifetime to establish a profitable business H costs nothing to try You can gut the support of your lqnding citizens who will be only glad to see you start The Post Dispatch is in great demand Its a great paper Its a member of the Associated Press Nppther St Louis evening paper en Â¬ joys this distinction The Post DispaichThaH war correspondents at hII points of interest and with the Meets lunTin the Pacific and Cuban water Uv mail only 60 cents a moth Write at once for particulars Address THE POST DISPATCH Louis Mo V fjtf SVtA 1 4 lm o T PRUaoNALGOJW C SPfFfTf mmmmmmmmmmmmmKmammmmmmmmsfsm 5BBB5C 59555 WMtt lo - tHE GRAKOE SALE 11 HKWANDTMEIHk tmtmwaMmmammammmmmmm9mmmmmmmmmm I -- 12 Bars laundry soap for25 cents cents at leevcs J W Foard k White Mountain Ice Cream freez 29 25 2 heifers to Myers BW era all sizes and prices at Reeves v 32 00 1 cow to Wi ley Parker Tomatoes cucumbers raddishes 7 75 1 pig to Cliff Gar rott new potatoes parsley peas snap Â¬ 13 00 WVIl loll you the kind we 2 pigs to Jno Y Owsley beans rhubarb onions and beets m at 750 are strictly mII anil tS wool everv detail well tailor S 8200 at Reeves i Total Mfllfc KHXi the in ed Tho VITALS 1 1 it i John W AtcOaugliey A couple of trains bearing ord Â¬ sidoa so constructed that ab V solute satisfaction and Jong 75 00 nance provisions and roops bound 3 steers to Tribble sorvieo is assurod the wearer 14 Op for Chattanooga passed sthrough 1 to Wiley Parker Ji Our styles nro exclusively Mr Jas A Radford of Square 2 calves to Myers city yesterday morning 1450 the confirmed to us tho patterns In the city yesterday was A Company of negro volunteers nro Bright Pleasing and Die- 104 75 Total tinctive from the ordinary Mrs Fannie Lander of Gricey has been organized in Clarksville Clothing scon in other stores What has be- Â¬ with 50 members i spent yesterday in the city J C Thurmond Wo make it our business to S 40 00 come of Bob Landers Company in MissMary McCulloch of Howell 1 steer to Tribble see that your Clothing fits fi this city spent yesterday in the city properly bocnuso it enhances F C Clardy tho valuoof tho garment Rodgers has moved his Mr A D of Earlington was a 1 otecr to Tribble 3G 00 I H Feel to guest at the Phconixyesterday 10 50 family from Hendcrsonback 1 Jersey to Myers Mr Rodgers and Mudisonville 40 00 Mfs Sam EJgin of Todd county 1 cowto pRoanEssivE olotuer family are well 16 00 his interesting in the city yesterday lhciferto was shoppingknown and very popular in this Mr and Mrs Will Major of Bev Â¬ city 140 50 TOBACCO SALES Total erly spent yesterday in the city Arrangements have Aat- - length Â¬ J D Clardy Mrs Dr Clardy arrived yester Qaitlier Wests Sales been made for a rcligiouadcbate in 121 50 morning- from Washington City 3 steers to Tribble day 21 hhds tine leaf 14 25 to 10 00 Sharon Grove between Rev James 30 00 Mrs Dr Brown is home after a Heifer to Wiley Parker 27 hhds good 10 Q0 to 8 50 Chandler Methodist this place 46 00 visit to relatives in Nash- Â¬ Cow to pleasant Rev T D Moore Christian Hop lj hhds lugs 4 50 to 2 50 ville kinsville The dates will be given Market strong on leaf 197 50 Total out later Elkton Progress Mr Gus Moore of Wiuonnh Clardy Son Y Stock Farm was inthe city yester- Wheeler Mills Cos Sales In open court Friday morning Parker 81 00 Judge Cook accepted fbj resigna- Â¬ Wheeler Mills 2 heifers to Wiley Co s sales for vday 103 50 of Chicago will ar 3 steers to Dr Southall tion of Mr Thomas G Jones and the week as follows Mrs Garnett 10 hhds leaf 10 25 to 5 30 W rive this week to visit Miss Willie Total 84 50 appointed John L sSmith Master t 15 hhds com leaf 4 80 to 3 80 Commissioner of Lyon county- - Mr LtRadford Harry Walden 11 hhds lugs 3 80 to 1 75 T Smith is editor of the Eddyville Smith nf Rhclillevbv Mr T 318 00 Tale of Two Cities 1 cousin Mr T 24 head to M A Mason is the guest of his Real Estate Deal J L Brame Some thief or thieves broke into E Barbour Mr C S Jarrett yesterday sold Mr and Mrs W S Cheatham of Cow calf to S A Pollard 35 50 the blacksmith shop of M V B to E S Blakemore a lot on Butler 70 00 Layton last Saturday night and Parker Longview Were shopping in the 2 oxen to Wiley road near the city limits contain- Â¬ 17 00 carried off a couple of shot guns Heifer to E C Cayce city yesterday 124 00 two hand saws one planeone ov- Â¬ ing one half acre for 300 to 8 Parker Mr and Mrs C F Jarrett are head Wiley 20 00 ercoat and two hammers rThere is BASE BALL back from Louisville where they Bull to Tribble 21 00 a strong suspicion pointing in a Parker tleifer to Wiley attended the Industrial convention Special 269 50 certain 11 steers to Tribble direction bufe no tarrests Mr T G Hiser a popular trave- 29 steers to W H Barr Cincinnati 7 Lovisville 1 464 00 have been made yet Pembroke lling man from Nashville whose Boston 8 Brooklyn 5 Review VYr home Avas formerly in this city is Pittsburg 0 St Louis 5 1124 00 Total John Buchanan agedbotit 24 A registered at the Phoenix Philadelphia 11 Baltimore 12 E Ladd years who lived on andKyas work- Â¬ New York 0 Washington 1 47 00 uuuI T7 - 2 steers to Tribble 11musses r ilurcucc TD ing a part of the farm occupied by Chicago and Cleveland played 122 25 Ita English of Casky and Miss Eu 7 head to Wilev Parker J T Frey in Marshall county four innings resulting Chicago 3 bank of Missouri who is Miss 169 25 three fourths of a mile Northwest of Cleveland 1 jjRivess guest spent yesterday in Total Sharp shot and killed himself Fri- Â¬ R Caudle J the city The 165 00 day morning about 7 oclock 11 head to Myers In Fine Spirits Mr F N Downer of Bowling 4 head to G W Pettit cause of the act was doubtless tem- Â¬ 139 00 the Green 2 steers to WTiley Parker Green representing There ispareport Lieut E B Bassett writes to his 35 00 porary insanity Mr Frank Bassett from River Nurseriesis in the city He Bull to J Wr McGaughey 30 00 that young Buchanan was once in- Â¬ brother Camp Collier as follows of Mr Waller Downer is a brother 33 50 sane and perhaps in thejiasylum Bull to Dr Southall The boys are in iinespirits and of this city 22 00 He had lived in the section some Cow to Myers It looks like we are going to get months and was workingon shares Mr and Mr E B Long Messrs 424 50 He was from Hancock or Webeter ahead of the First Regiment as re- Â¬ Total Nat Gaither James West and C F W S Boales county where he is well connected gards service Wre will probably Jarrett left at live oclock yester- Â¬ Â¬ 86 00 and was a single man Paducah move so newhere as soon as musday afternoon for Lexington to 5 head to Rufe Boyd tered in which will be by the end Q C Bowles News visit Camp Collier of next week 192 50 10 head to Claggett QMiss Mamie McCullagh one of 5 head to Moseley Lieut Bassett says that he has 101 25 HOPKINSVILLES NEW DAILY Bowling Green Courier Hendersons most accomplished and 10 head to Claggett no fear of passing successfully his 25 100 popular belles arrived last night The Hopkinsville Kentuckian physical examination and his only and will spend several weeks with 394 00 daily Charley Meachams new ven- Â¬ regret is that he can not go to the Total Mr and Mrs T W Long on South ture is an exceedingly bright and front J R Brame Main street 23 00 attractive paper and will rank with 2 steers to E C Thackcr Tobacco Planting 3 calves to same 25 50 tVlf 1lsf in rnnntrv lnurnnlicm IHPROMTU VERSES- Farmers throughout the county 28 00 There is no more faithful and dfum Cow to Wiley Parker journalist in the State and none were very busy planting tobacco The ground was in ex- Â¬ FB 76 50 that wields a more attractive and last week Total cellent condition and the plants brighter pen than does Charlie Jno C Gary Jr To a Thomas Cat if large and strong The acreage 1 head Claygettr S 18 00 Meacham He stands with the will be about up to the average this Thomas cat of sable coat 23 50 foremost and deserves the high Heifer to E C Cayce Gleamin- eve and niercinir note place he so securely holds If the year Many farmers will plant less r Voice of wider range and power 41 50 readers of his realm fail to re-Â¬ and devote more care and attention Total william goat Than the bearded Ben D Moore spond to this enterprising move- Â¬ to their crops 2 steers to Wiley In the day time meek as moses Parker 71 00 ment it will not be creditable tp In the City Court 19 50 their generally acknowledged intel- Â¬ Manner gentler than the does is 2 steers to Tribble Will Hughes breach of peace 18 25 ligence and prompt recognition of a Heifer to Jim McClain But the ebon midnight Thomas fined 5 and cost 44 good thing All your iiendishness discloses 10S75 Total Mose Barnes breach of peace When on tired eyes are falling 10 sent to work house Jos Beasley For Sale J Tired eyelids your wierd calling 3 steers to Wiley Parker 130 50 I have some nice family horses at Louis Ratlilfe breach of peace Wakens like the cry despairing 76 50 my 2 oxen 4 stable for sale C H Laynk Of a soul in hades falling 207 00 Total Voice of wondrous variation 3 593 75 Grand total And marvelous intonation Nightly practice neath my window Mr The Columbia Chainless Shows the fruits of cultivation Now an orphaned infants wailing Then a Stentor fiercely hailing Move m Then a shriek of wild defiance Notes and fences jointly scaling m SPRING Feelins toward you are not tender m Feline of masculine gender J hnd you I am sure that If Alens Fine All Wool Bodily harm to you Id render Handsomely Tailored rv To the Inventor of Barbed Wire I hope in the world thats to come after this The reward you deserve that you The largest and most will not miss exclusive assortment If the dictum be this there will be wo have ever shown no dissenlidn Now bright catchy patterns exclusively Through eternity straddle your Is a Grand Success confined to us hellish invention - - 1 W Mias Ascy Fritz of Artlloch ia viBit in the city AftII Stowe of Julian was in the city Saturday M A Mason of the Square WaB in the city yesterday Charley Little of Beverly was in the cityyctcrday Mr JThomns Green of Casky was in the city yesterday Miss Mary Woodof Howeu vib itcdn the city yesterday Itemlfcetl Ltet of the Live Stock Strawberries the lCSl on ttre flit Kind of H rffiBfflri rrn Transfers Hade market at Reeves 1 Suit can Yon buy For Hii5l Animus That Brings Down The Business Best Goods FairesfPriees From any shelf 750 counter or con- Â¬ table in the store we can vince you of this Here Are a Few Examples V -- - v SAM FRANKEL yard IQrt aand goodfor a line of TOU 2 OO a vard JQ JL wool Jfancy dress goods splendid new novelties stylish Ladies jersey ribbed vests low neck no sleeves -- O OL OC Lalcs fne bleached lisle vests faced neck and arms Aicns fine seamless socks fast black and mixtures quality fine guage soft 4rOC -- XOC AJI inen oweIs d s2e excellent quality 5 ft a yard Simpsons black and white fancy satines and v digo blue prints AA Qi tcu JJKj r0 I IKp XJj Mens handsome madras laundered negligee shirts Ladies 40 gauge fast black seamless hose Equal tofifm 25c goods elsewhere Cnidrens fne fast black and tan hose double knee Equal to 25c goods elsewhere in I tirO Exra value satine strip corsets 2 side si eels per feet fitting splendid amoskeag A F C fine dress ginghams in new and handsome effects jit If f SSlle wmm Kb y m wmm wmm ac- Â¬ FHFFT Is Eih CUBA M i-u- 1 We 1are anxious to increase our trade and are will Â¬ ing to share our profits witli our customers and to complish this hereafter we propose to inMil iivc uuuruiMO r- WW M WITH EACH PURCHASE to the amount of the purchase either it be ten cents or one hundred dollars These coupons when received 20 or more by the customer and amount aggregates to - m will be exchangedby us for the CUSTOMERS CHQ8CE OF A Of flak- a large variety of solid Firnitnre Antiqm finish THE First 0 Consisting of rocking chairs book case writing desk table hall rack medicine chest etc For more particular description of the presents call at our store and see them and we will explain how to v obtain them free of charge and provide an opportunity to beautify and enrich your home absolutely It for FREE OF CHARGE The intelligent public are quick in coining to conclu- Â¬ sions They already know we undersell all competi Â¬ tors and have no old cheap worn goods Yours Truly Suits at 750 RICHARDS THE DAILY KENITOCKIAN Orily10CeiitsaWeek Deliveret O r i CO 01 Pleasant Event i f The lawn fete given by the mis Â¬ sion band of thel Universalist church Friday evening at the resi Â¬ lience of Judge Polk CanHlcrjwas a pleasant eyent socially and was largely attended Quite a hand some sum was realized for the good work which the mission band is VITALS Brnndtho best tailored Beady to Wear Clothing fa tho World Huro is a hard nutfofcouipotitiou to craek ore tailored by tho makers of the famous These garments and tho only chainlesa that hna givon success and has provon it Wo hnvo them on exhibition as well as a number of Co lumbia make ot chain wheels from 25 to 75 Wo carry tho boat assortnlout of Bicycle Suudrios and Re pairing cf all kinds Wo do all kinds of oxoort ronniriiiir nil wnrk promptly done We are headquarters forGns Bicycle ami Cnrbitc Give w ti cull Yours to please Bolf so tamp M i SAM FRANKEL I V IROQRESSIVK CtOTIlIEH EM MOSS proscuting w tLjLL iiawaffaBB rMuSUU UiM vu iSfcu Wfim Vii ECTTzan lAfrC Nfc farfL L VasLmm tamimi r CO your door by 6 Vctock mfc1