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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tS Trie VOL 1 3ml HOPKINSVILLE KY 1 ifljjf entuthiatt Um m tfO 16 -- it S TODAY OHMe MOENING MAY 3f 1898 PRICE 2 OENIS AGAIN TO TUB WALL LEE TO LEAD Ajf 3 EXCLUSIVE WAR NEWS TO DAY W m iam R Wicks JessUp Tandy S O Rutherford Thomas Witty J R winding the coils around Cervera INVADING COLUMN Fitzhugh Lee will invadeCuba A ucnerai orcier oi military assignments Havana suffering greatly from the blockadeJ Six months rations for Manila troops Wheeler to lead the cavalry volunteers Captured correspondents to be exchanged Spanish fleet goes north fromlCurocoa WW I AssignelfeComffland of Seventh Volunteer Corps MP K V v n x VM1 A RECKLESS NEGS frWVrt BASSBTT IS BACK lives Qood Dickerson L D Brown Among those who did not volun- ¬ teer for army service were Leslie Waller Everett Tandy W II Al V Monarch The Owensboro Hester William Wiley Alex Boul Distiller Assigns Again ware Stanley Long Perry New ¬ man T C Van Cleve E H Hes ¬ ter Louis Waller James A Young The Owensboro Sour Miuh Ois Robert Morcfield It is probable thatall of the above tiilcry Company Also docs young men will return to day or to Down in the Wreck morrow ROOSEVELT AT SAN ANTONIO Ex Assistant Secretary of the Navy Joins the Cowboys in Camp riummu f 1t- JO WHEELER u- - v - - WILL COMMAND THE CUBA r VOLUNTEER Crashed Into a Vehicle Injuring Lieut Comes Home For More San Antonio Texas May 16 Lieut Col Roosevelt came into camp irv the Driver Recruits -- CAVALRY IN Order Assigning Generals Hemmed In Carribean to Commands Spanish ft Admiral W Robert Spurlin Was Fined The City Court 5oJii Account of Hopkins- - Sunday afternoon and turned his flashing eyeglass with a critical gaze upon his 600 ed cowboys ville Boys Many Expected Home ToiDay their turn and as critically looked The cowboys in in- - Yesterday Blanco Short of Provisions Lieut at Roosevelt and the double Owensboro Ky May 16 Spec ¬ ial The Owensboro Sour Mash Distillery Company with a capital stock of 150000 assigned to day to the Columbia Trust Company at Louisville This is one of the Monarch distilleries and M V Monarch also made a personal as signment to J A Lyddane The M V Monarch Company assigned June 3 1897 but the assignment was set aside and a receiver was appointed by the court TRAIN ROBBED OF ITS SAFE i I Robert Spurlin is a negro laborer employed on the farm of Mrs Jamesi was a general Major Yesterday Robert was sent WASHINGTON May to town with a team of two mules order from the war Department this afternoon of very great When he reached the city limits he significance and its promulgation is taken as an evidence put whip to his mules and drove that the administration will at once take the aggressive and his wagon rapidly and recklessly carry the war into the enemys country and strike the decis- ¬ by Bethel Female Collejre in the ive biow with as little delay as possible direction of Main street order makes the following assignment of general The carriage of Mr Henry Wal The lace with Tom Cox the colored1 officers Major Gen Wesley Merritt Commander of Department of driver was standing on the side of E B Bassett of Co D Third Regiment Kentucky State Guards walked into the Phoenix hotel yesterday morning and affix- ¬ ed his signature to the register He came direct from Camp Collier at Lexington and the object of his re- ¬ turn is to secure recruits to fill the vacancies in his company caused by the rejection of eleven men and the voluntary withdrawal of about Highwaymen at Cuba Miss cure 8oo and flake Their Escape Se- ¬ the Pacific Major Cen Brooke First Corps Department of the Gulf SViajor Gen Graham Second Corps Volunteers head- ¬ quarters at Falls Church Va Major Gen Wade Third Corps Volunteers reporting to v Gen Brooke at Chickamauga Major Gen Coppinger Fourth Corps Volunteers head- ¬ quarters at Mobile Major Gen Shafter Fifth Corps Volunteers headquarters twenty Of the 82 officers privates and Spurlin saw the carriage and had volunteers who left this city 71 every opportunity to check the speed of his team and avoid an ac passed their examinations success- ¬ cident But he wasnt built that fully Of those who passed about way and crashed into the carriage twenty did not volunteer for service demolishing the vehicle and throw- ¬ in the United States Army and the ing Cox out The latter was severe ¬ most of these had declared prior to ly injured Two bones were frac- ¬ their departure that they would not tured in his right hand which was do so They were taken to Lexing- ¬ 15th street EX ASSISTANTSECRETARVROOSEVELT spection was mutually satisfactory The ex assistant secretary of the navy and present cavalryman ar¬ rived on the early morning train from New York Cervera Cannot Escape Washington May 16 At the Navy Department it is believed that the Spanish fleet cannot escape both Sampson and Schley The two American squadrons are mov- ¬ ing on the enemy from opposite di- ¬ rections their object being to hem it in The current opinion at the de- ¬ partment is that the Spaniards will try to avoid an engagement until they have been gradually reinforc- ¬ ed from the Cadiz fleet Certainly up to this time they have been suc- ¬ cessful at their hide and seek game Both Sampson and Schley have the same orders Capture or des try the Spanish fleet This order will be obeyed but whether in twenty four hours or in as many days is a matter of speculation though the navy authorities express the belief that the meeting on the waters must take place within a short time now The assurances from Dewey have set the official mind at rest concern ¬ ing matters in the East The cap- ¬ ture of the Spanish gunboat Callao adds another good lighting machine to the Asiatic squadron There will be delay however in sending the troops to the Philippines The iinal orders for the volun- ¬ teers to move were issued to day and from now On to Cuba will be the cry BASE BALL at Tampa terribly lacerated -- v Gen wjhpurlin continued on ins way in tjp Maior Gen Otis Corns Volunteers to -- re port-t- otnumpn a warrant was sworn Merritt out araiust him later ana lie was Major Gen Wilson Sixth Corps Volunteers reporting to arrested Judge Leavell fined him Gen Brooke at Chickamauga 50 Major Gen Fitzhugh Lee Seventh Corps Volunteers He seemed perfectly indifferent Tamfaa Major Cen Joseph Wheeler Commanding Cavalry teers headquarters at Tampa Exchange for Thrall and Johnson New York May 16 to the Evening World says Special regarding the serious consequenceb Volun- ¬ of his recklessness and made no effort to paliate the offense He said that Mrs Major would stand for the fine and he was sent out in custody of an officer to interview his employer A special dispatch from Key West Will Be Serious ¬ p The World correspondents imprisoned in Port Cabanas in Cuba are Tampa Fla May 16 Army saved Gen Blanco has courteously acceded to representations made to officers have given up the idea that him yesterday by United States special government agent iJieut Brain a campaign in Cuba is to be of the ard U S N As quickly as two Spanish officers can reach Key West short and sweet o der Scarcely they will be taken to Havana under a white flag to be exchanged and one of them holds the opinion that the World correspondents will be brought back to Key West by the same the United States forces will land march triumphantly and unintersteanipr ruptedly to Havana carry that city by storm in a day and all Cuba The Fleet Goes North within two or three weeks It is a fact that many army men came to Washington i May 1G Special The latest advices herc are Tampa with the idea that they the Spanish vessels at Curacoa have gone Northpresumably to join were simply going to Cuba on a that with just the fleet reported at St Pierre Martinique consisting of the armored little tropical picnic enough burnt powder and camp life cruisers Catalina Cardinal Cisneros and Princess Asturisa to make the affair interestinir In These arc armored cruisers sister ships to the Vizcaya and are very looked upon the whole short they fast being twenty knot boats business much as thenortJiern volunteers regarded the civil war be ¬ under the impression that this part of the service was compulsory A majority of them are young men who hold positions of responsibility and trust and some of them are the sole support of families They did not intend to join the United States Army when they left Hopkinsville they would not have gone to Lex ington had they not believed that theys were ordered there These facts should be remembered when the young men return A liumberof letters and telegrams were received yesterday by the parents and guardians of the non volunteers requesting remittances for transportation home From his it would seem that the return trip and onedaysTations arenotforth coming to those who did not volun- ¬ teer Lieut Bassett said to a Krntuckian reporter that he thought arrangements would be made by Capt Feland for the boys ton he Chattanooga Tenn May North bound Alabama Great Southern passenger train was held up by a gang of bandits at Cuba Miss late Saturday night and the express car was robbed of all the money in the safe Cuba is a small station in the woods When the train stopped for water four or five masked men enteered the express car and demanded the keys tp the safe The express messenger pluckily refused to irive them up whereupon the safe was rolled out of the door and dumped down the Steep embankment The train was pulled to the near- ¬ est station and officers were tele graphed for who arrived on the scene a few hours later The safe was found blown open and the con ¬ tents 800 taken but some valu ¬ able packages were left untouched The bandits have not been captur J6-r-T- ed UNABLE TO LAND The Spaniards Successfully Repel the First Invasion Key West Fla May 16 The transportation home Lieut Bassett opened his recruit- ¬ ¬ ¬ Closing About Cervera r Washington D C May 16 Special A desperate effort by the Spaniards to run the blockade at Havana is feared as Blanco is very Jihort of provisions Schley is now well down on the Florida coast and will lie in a position to guard the Florida straits to morrow and enable Sairipson ttakejhis ironclads to the south side of tho island and hem uie Spanish ileetlin the Carribean Sea x Fitzhugh Leeto the Front li Washington D C May ltf Special The Lee as Commander of thg Seventh Corps Fitzhugh to accompany the army of invasion when it begins Xtisknown that this has all alonir been Genirftia s designation of Gen indicates that he is the Cuban campaign nm nr j iBn Six Months Provisions Washington May 10 Special The govenjmentjwM provide the troops that are to be sent to Manila with provisions sufficient to last six months 7 a - Will Bulletin News t - Wellington MiU1ld 8ieciin Recrctnrv Lone announces that herethg will ixAaljimW- properfoi publication on bulletin boards o - of Bull Run the last week the spirits says Lieut Bassett They Cardenas and Cienfuegos affairs are becoming accustomed to the the failure of the Gussie expedition routine duties of camp and inured and the growing conviction that to the hardships and hard tack of the effective force of the insurgents a soldiers life Blankets arrived has becn largely overestimated just before Lieut Bassett departed has served to changcopinions and but had not been distributed The ideas boys are still sleeping on straw in It is dawning upon many that the stalls of a large stable but they the Spaniards in Cuba are numer ¬ are not eating hay and corn and ous enough brave enough and few ofthem are feeling their oats reckless enough and strong enough With the exception of private Robt to put up a series of good fights Davis who has been in the hospital with fever there has been no Foundation Completed sickness among the Hopkinsville The stone foundation for the Mer men ritt office building at the comer of Lieut Bassett was beseiged yes ¬ Main and Fifth streets is complet- ¬ terday by the fathers mothers ed and brick work will begin at sisters and brothers of the Latham once The building will be pushed Light Guards who were eager to to a speed completion hear something from their sous and brothers and more than one young Tloving In lady tried to hide the tell tale blush Mr John Young js moving a large as they tinjidly inquired of certain stockof implements jnto his new Individuals whpse caps are adorned tyo tory brick building oh Sixth with the initial D street and is ready for the fyujry Thpe who failed to pass were HWry Fo4er J G Daniel Will- riii fore the lirat battle But the events of ing office yesterday and posted bulletins in front of the newspaper offices announcing that fifty recruits were wanted Up to six oclock last evening twelve men had enlist- ¬ ed It is not unlikely that Lieut Bassett will return to Lexington with enough recruits to fill out the Companys complement The boys are all in excellent Special Chicago 12 Cleveland 4 All other games postponed North coast of Cuba from Matan7as West to Bahia Honda or farther a distance of 100 miles across part of Mantanzas province all of Havana and the Eastern part of Pinar del Rio is patrolled by Spanish sent ¬ ries who are stationed within sight of each other all the way This explains why the steam transport Gussie returned from Cabanas bay to Key West yesterday her expedi- ¬ tion virtually jvas a total failure This does not mean that failure was due to any delinquency on the part of Capt Dorst in command or to any one else with the expedition but that the Spanish are doing something to protect the coast from invasion and their arrangements at least are effective to prevent communication with the insurgents on this part of the coast Oracey Gracey Ky May 16 The town jail is now completed and three ne gro prisoners who have been under guard have been assigned to the honor of occupying it first The gang who painted tho town red a few nights ago were fined 7 apiece and have been squaring themBelves with the city for several days by reducing large rocks to small oues J W Francis has turned hia large tobacco factory into nu opera house with stage seat and other arrangements A mediqioe com pany gave a show every night lst Up-to-Date City Court Items Robert Griffith and Clarence Grif-¬ fith a couple of colored youths went out to ride on a tandem Sunday night Returning to the city they forgot to light their lamps and were fined 1 each with costs for this lapse of memory John Ledford col imbibed too freely Saturday night and in conse ¬ quence was assessed 5 and costsi in the city court yesterday morning Kirk Allen was lined 1 and costs for riding a wheel at night without a lantern ¬ The young people of the Cumber week Farming operations arewell land Presbyterian church at Fair J i Vi U r V view have organized a Christian yanced Many hog about Gracey are dy Endeavor Society with fourteen mambttrsi 4MMMMMMHMMW ing A i MMIMMMMtfliMi w litowwi4iiMUwwM y wrr a -- 1 ik ZEbeE FiWTnF FR Y i -B- MiiM-rTlSrV ibJ8hcV every morning except Monday by PeiTrercd by carriers Br33 MfWi infc - Jr A -- MILITARY wv I ball iart -- of w tho city at p JuJkm py jiHr iiimmmjui f rtTlTfj tfliliiiUktf huMktm ous Saeriiiee A Bt- tJ 1 t Im WjggpiatTypr11 iriiVi rWS3trzyr UWVw- Hfitfriir MKRJ 2 J5llfM VIV as PM Week MQTH rw i ckas tkAca aw n ui 10 OMSTM W WWKC ff fe vir w uuuu -- v S-- th yis K i hlllt r - Thb following description Jthe BSmlnalion of a recruit taken from rectidea-f-thexperience-ofaUo- Jo rmm- - n Missouri National Guards a jjDewcy is a Republican and not iDemtoirai- iriiv1 nll frnm n s was at Ik oclock Sunday morning but according- to our time it was 3 oclock out delay IsatuVday hftef noon tne cmy uui riidSptttikilV prisemdrHhtFortj Jutf V McPhcrPAarebengi guardpd by Ahoufcthd onlv thing tho fanners Regiments of col- ¬ the vBffiJfld itq make them supremely oredTwenty fifth Tne officers have a soldiers1 C fTrwoo another irood tobaccoi alonn and they got that yester separate table but the privates are required to eat wjth their JMV uay guayds ofl a few Tin Vimvn to truifi is wordsthe English Colonial Secretary Cham that Dlahi Spanish have for nearly four weeks berlain in a speech advocated the de- ¬ Wriessfullv prevented tncunvasiuu formation Cof an offensive and AfknUn hv the land and naval fensive allinnce by the Unitdd This States and Great Britain forcSfOfthpJJnitcd States of the Poet following up the poem 4 The Cour ier Journal has tdc Laureatcof England some weeks clared for Dewey and Lee as a ago ijusingffftddal of com- WAfeHlehtfal ItticKCtfiamincinwai meutiin the newspapers not state what par- records It does ty ittwante theipto bepppijnatedbj REMENY DROP DEAD MSio fOT r UoH t iii nf Rnn ovcrcxcrtionj Juan but VailifetoI LDevpraraTfiattHa Curocba dffithc- coast of Vcric2Uc fleet was laWt lti Vheri Ccrvcr seen is 500 miles from Cuba ancl the SpafiiHh fleetls said to be shorti Of codl and otherwise outoi conur tJibn Sampsoh anUSchldy ardHrfw at oppbsite end 6f Gubll dhdwparl of Watsons fleet is at uientuegos on Nov is the lime the sdilth coast Cctverh tMto htrik fhom not be allowddtd cscapd should Thdtinie hris conic to g6 after the Spanish adhiiraU Hi fleet should be hemmed in and destroyed where lVheii iT man 1 nters me rerqit ftg room he is asked his bus ¬ iness If he diVcMJfo8Mtfs1J JJKJiPW Age PinfTZS STORE l4 ii- tne Serireant asKS mm uiw-- Birtjldfiy Your name Birthplace KesiuencvMH ahu acitizcnof the United StatcBVhat mrr Is your object in enlisting - Hi I nil rt r rr f rt Is invited to lnspfc my large stock of Spring Dry Goods T wsmum i i rf waving answuicu tfens satisfactorily the candidate ing etc before making heir purchases Everything new and fer enlistment is asked to sign his i departments jiame Alter xms wiuinmj rKnrUt for tlie oh vsical examination j- - nn ncr til iy l m r- jgMs ifii A 7 m Afex wjiiwucinjw mestions yiK THE PTIBE - tiktt Meepal The Great Hopkiusville 9 For Emnpmcal R tiyers vtA ui- f fi Xui - 1 Notion up-to-da- Glofch- le in all t CDliejiScrgeantianaTcieTK mail to a rear room Itwa1j--jthfortune of a reporter jorwrnipaBMne of tneie examioatfoifsf3ili aJtfobr c dia - - oee uur n sf - Keauy-io-wkoui- iv o4- - P dav The candidate for enlistment was an Indiana boy- twenty one years old He wanted tdjight for - Tlfiy vare Wiifesmaclb by the best tailors and from THE BEST in cloth - Ste4YiBei--All-liLatedStylesGIVE US AlCALL AND WE What branch you want to join tojie service do The heavy artillerj Very often the hrst requisite to nAtfiti i imu jtiK QinffT hap It the examination is a pens ccasionaliyihatrffman t ap- ¬ plies for enlistmentyho just comes for the purpose of getting a free bath In this ease however the The man bath was nunecessary who was to be examined hadtaken WILLPIiEASE YOU ilf Remember the PlaceNext Door to Hardwicks atid Salvador tyanj sxteeh hen1 I The Great Violinist Expires While vis Johnson two Now Ydrk war corres inch was next asceriiained this is an opportunity vtliat yoii caut afford to MriiSs To rildgethUe lines Responding to AnEncore IF pondents have been captured by he was stationed in the faf xornerl ourJ JN TWO- - all ot rr ut-indies and the Spanish and an effort is being oftie room while the Sergeant theld out right away we have decided to cut the 1 i San Francisco May 16Edou- - a card iipqn which was pvjnttjd a childrqnf flippers tpsecure their release by ex fliad9 i dinge They- - are in Fort Ca- ard Remcnyi who has held royalty¬ number of letter1 Spme jf these enchanted and hasenthrallSd fash- lettqrs were ipyerted apdrjuigdl banas Havana ionable audiences all bver the in various wiijs rrU vaiuiuaiir jlhu borrow the Republican world fell dead last afternbon at yas cabled upon to namethese let- ¬ Irtee Our Little Griant shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brougiir tb this niifcttitjddgeat Williamsburg has the Orpheum Theatre in this city ters one after another IJtjboth market and every one who has ever tried tlierh will testify this truth of j im ii ffUecitted tne wnitiey county gcrry It was Remenyis first appearance eyes were tested togethertheneach iiiii Whitley on the vaudeville stage As thej eye was tested singly andn turn rraander linconstitutional lcpnty Was taken out of the Third great artist appeared and was Having passed the examij9atiopjorj Tappetlatq district by the legisla4 greeted with tremendlious applause sight the yould be sflierwasi The- he bowed his acknowledgment arid called upon to stand autestfor I Jure and put in the Fifth Scasp wUl of course go to the Ap seemed immensely pleased at a tu- - deafness Both ears were tried to multuous encore gether Then each ear was tfistd M RfiUte pur for final decision to playl It was dpne jn this way WORTH 75c 100 125 and i 50 Reineny i commenced pi Ser i l Uoj x Lieut nBassett was in town yes- - Delibis Pizzicati He Had just geant went into tfie next roomaifdj tftrdav KicKino- Decause nis tuiu- - completed a few bars of the difficultj repeated in a low tone of voicety u fsrvlT1 ipany at Jexington was furnish j finjrering when he leandd forward j haye a wjfe and three children Justi as it to speaK to one or tne musician intc only sixteen blankets Ihayqa yifq and three chjlj 1 Tl why the Government should hav in the orchestra continuing hisj drenpromptly repeated the can j 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 L25 and 150 adoptei the ratio 10 to i in thi piece He seemed to pause for a dldate Phrases Jjkethese wera minute and then slowly fell for- tj ed ard repeated until the examj matter irlG blankets to 1 company ilk rjiUI ln mnrln lnor V ward on his face Ghe of the mu4 ining Qfliccrs were satisfied that hG fUi IlilS IlUt Uttl 11I11HV VllU1 sicians caught him just before hq bpys ears werqall right Thcn We will also put in this saletiur entire line of black kid and tan i sent out a couple ot touched the stage and prevented was taken tp avindow where the BJanco button spring heel shoesi sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction Spanish warships from Havana him from rolling off Sergeant inadejiim open his raputli All was over He was carried very wide harbor Saturday afternoon and at we are stilly selling at prima Eastern decay blockadingships from the stage and physicians were temptqajrto He said it and 4Nowsay ahf New York Cost within range of his four mile guns immediately summoned out tne satisfied the Sergeant that hTs if- - 1bHbth Americans weretoqwary tcj aged musician was past medicaj tthrtoat was all right Then his They teejh ere examined have the Wmslow blunder re aid iii i inn Edouard Remenyi was born iri alirjght peated Then the Sergeant ex ri Aftst He leaves aminedhi heart HUnirarv 64 years aero It was fpun i i i a widow son and daughter vvh Hi lungs werc all right AJ1- thifc Admiral Dewev is maintaining a SEOOES GOV iiiddk of Manila and can take it reside in New York tune the boy was stripped as nakgc atany tinleheia ordered to proj WHERE SLEEP THE BRAVE as the day he came into the wprlcjL liceedj Food is getting so scared Noycome out with both aiiiis PRESEN T at once hat ihqrsefiesh is bQUif eatenj Insurgents have been supplied Graves of Confederate Dead To Be The ypmig soldier ftrucl s straight from tle shoulder as if e Decorated Thursday The jjith arms and are investing thq Th6 city citv from the rear intepdedto feU an pv BotharW THEPOST- - DISPATCH Programme jilt weregiyen individual tests pf 4iQ abput ready to surrender ii T j saniekind He as made to YQH ts the Only t The annual decoration of the VrThe wcrst feature of he Cubar hisljeadi tP A bis right foot oj St Louis rapier lk froubleis that the insurgent force graves of Confederate solders at ward with hjs hejl on the grQupdj will take place areYop small to be taken into con Hopewell Cemetery Own StaffCprreapontluuts Is the only morning daily paper published Thursday May 19 this being the towprl histoes yhjle his foot jya With Its all lJoibtsp interest lit in prosucuuiiKuc wai smeraiion TJjen he was caned tm m ppsition anniversary of the unveiling of the j At Havana within a radias of 70 miles of Hopkinsville There appears to oe no army worn Mr Sylvester Scovel beautiful monument which marki upon to rase hi foot in the air aijd speaking of the only troops so fai In a similar manr wor his toes At Madrid1 J their last resting place iounu umng siruyuuiK uauu Mr A i E Houghton ner every mifsclpi oonp iind jqirI will be under the If il The exercises t At Washiugtonr r guerrillas most ot tnem epioreui body were tested auspices of the ladies of the Confed the H young man was minutel Then the memorial association of Chrisr At New VUll It If Admiral Cervera with onlj crate county A pxajnined ftonvjliead to fopt Ti ti Mr Morton Watlur pr6gramme has tian jfWV nine ships attempts to get an itf Up-to-da- te i been arranged which cannot fail t6 moes pirtnrinarjts scars or any v to Cuba surrounded as it if nearer J THE NEWS 01 THE DAT IN pther njarkj jphpre wps nptja ts Uit times as many Ainericiii interest all who revere the memory mark on tnat poy tnat wnfi not r uy lour of Southern heroes and cherish i feT ships he must be not oiily a bravi their valor and devotion it recprueu eventoine ynpqinaton iTHE r6stV DISPATCH rra but a recklessiman lf4 tlie objec by Up f While simpleand brief the exer mark i The color of his hair and 15 cents a week soveu days if de is tp fight Cervera it would seen eyeswas afso rtecprdfl J l livered by agent CO cents a month tliat the thing to do is to go after cises will be in keeping with the Finally UieSergeantsaid MYquill i if sent by mail The programme in ful occasion iiimV since lie is known to be only ii feW hundred miles away Pla is a folio vs MAVhat doilgpt tPLgp saidtj Reirienyi the grfcut violiniat who To Gity Subscribers 10 Cents Week Delivered V L I5r6ursc Rev Prayer iballand cannon ball at that Ghoii bpy as ie pratced about the roqur blayed here- n few yeare1 ago Memorial Hymn tTid yp8 yquUgo Hpre tukpd dropped dead in San Francjuop JDrlM B DeWit MajSR jCrumbough at prescn Address tadge sajdthqSprgeant suddenly Sunday night while playing on th Rev R S Cartel Prayer Supervising inspector of steam ves 8vinging aroimd and handing th stage to aHtige nudience 4 Benediction Delivered at Your Door by 6 a m at Cincinnati wants to be apl Prof Edmund Ilatrisoii boy a box of bright hued badgw poinded a1 Brigadier General of Volt The members Of Ndd Merriweth The pew man reached fqrhisbadgei unteer He thinks hs prospect He rpachf er Bivouac and their families will Take a grcep one T Do you expect to do auy pa- fpr jppoiptment aregopd as th if forarodpne JAS WEST in a body Wo will send you frep NAT GAITHER poring perspnal frieiv attilrtd President is his and a largo eolectiou of sampled from 3ii Take a blue one I mean All Conleuerate soldiers are inf apd wtfj Ijkcly be glad ql an ppporjAll uqw coloriuga and Titdd to attend and participate the boy picked out a blue ouq per roll up tiiltyto atppe for theliakby treati and are requested to meet at La- Take redone He picked put novolties up to dto WE PAY Wo want an agenjt a rcu one uetojre rtuawnec upon FREIGI nienlj accordipg thq Jiiajprjin JcqepJ V t ing liW out of a appointmentjfPT tham monument at 2 p m sharp him that he vk uejing tested1 for in every town to soil on commission iflV colbr blindnM ThisbVer he nut from lttrtfu BUtiipla books No canitul TOBACCO MERCHANTS morcpian a year aftqr the Adfni and fall All persondesiring to contrib on his clothes He hft d paHec roquirU Por samples or particulari ifitration went uuo oiuce stjy rute iloweni Vill please deliver thenji He was allowed to returo tp hi npme to tea m Crumbaughfs friends here win be renu8 i v to the comriiittee at the cembter v The nexruny he wa went gooajDyt to Cliich glad to ace him realize his i il dIMlM nM w iiiiitf j amaufftf u before 12 oclock on the 19th 7WNiutli Avit V V- fH i t m adVancw muck on Tobacco Four n ii 7 wv y ChfaH-hraIf- - The bath dispenriedvith heva placedqa the scales anditweighed Arc you interested in the prices of Ladies arid Cliiltlreris Slippers of His height to the i P e a bath beforii appiyitfgStfbebfficc Ladies SO illd Childrens i Slippers 9 f V - I - 2 - ¬ - iii AX BfALF PRICE inn -fa L - 20Q PAIRS 1 H tlii0isrtion III ft i1 i Ladies Plain Heedle and Coin Toe Slippers -- i - WM 1 CUT PRICE 40c - M 50c 65c and 75c CUTPRIGE 40 50 65 75 CTS Little Giant Half Price iil tii 1 REMEMBER I Clothing - i - ftrXMokoTH LOTHIISTGr -- G IE CB The Daily - M - xt i T tii jLvenmeKian 4 j - I 4 i - 4 j News Wire to 2a B- rsea WAIX PAPER aT - - JJMMJPI J t lt HTiLyij ti - f - S Wolf 1 i - I a- - J 1 f Lt- - WfWPLWWl v hJrA-iIl d n ilMMMlMllteiiWMlVil i Ill Ml llMfliMMfMJr I liiMBM h Timlin ifclfilnl MtfittAiMlSnit dAv 9BI BREVITIES OF FOK theory 0 The flew Science of brain building 1 promises to havcon important infln in In tho future trend of medical de iojwiKiity Tt takes into account and few Votm taken by tha Mind Cure r Tho Iligbces aro going to houae kcoping again Tired of hotel life No but their dachshund has1 got tired of hotel food Brooklyn Lille THE First Move t m TA mwmMwmwmmwMmwwMmMMM ywwvvyiwwviiWMii wiivwtAwllMvwM m t LAlLji 4uLd wwww vwwvwWMWWWWwvWVkMy Lsk J m iii- promote tho digestion and tho sleep and iniprdvothe general appearance of a patienland how rapidly griefs and bad prjospccls bforich tho face and lower every vital function Tlfc ihti mate connection between emolionand jiiotabolism or the processes of physical nssimilfitibn and decomnosition h is obvious Tho sexual nervrt the ¬ J cmiiliasizcs onuiuraewiacuciJQi tlic wind onvtlte body and Involves Oin tiflrtnaiieuk imurovoment in char acter tftbtaitlnuoU3 substitution of Jioaltiiy fm Vicious andjabnorrdnl - KvgrpjRhyeician has observed fflehow qiifpldyijippiiicss andgootl news the fclfiHl f Vcibus LV temper arm rno pcrsonwunout nauK ral aftectiotijare allnWcajssed as i3pcs in which the abnormal condi iions can bofl cither cured or very groatlymodfficd by a judicious qoUrse oi urain uuuuing une pnase 01 iiiis principle is seen in tho case of m woman wh6had been suffering for nine years ffom dyspasia insisting not so mucw of gastric inability a oEimproperTassimuation bhe was given rt systeinaticsyslcn of training in pleasurable odors and perfumes and tastes aiid a carefully methodized succession of remembrances of agreeable gustatoy and other hungry-feeling- s and thiigt feelings the training being orderqd at the same hotir each day This Ivas continued for two months at the end of which the as- ¬ similative powers of the patient were completely rcsioreu arm sue nou gnmeu av per ceniuyjvujgut min more thanS percent in strength The cure walrefroctodisirnnly by oaus- ing tho brain to send more and better stimuli to the digestive organs On the other hand persons can be brought to positively loathe food by constantly being compelled to cat their meals In Uncongenial society or tinder othei unpleasant conditions and the result is usually a form of dyspepsia accompanied by periodic agonies of wretchedness In such case the true cure is psychic the change to less repellant surroundings will do infinitely more than medicine rSt Louis Globe Democrat ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ - Comedian Tdlike something heavy tiyerit this mornlnc Trace- McJii iocsAlt Wool dian For my part Iwould not boi Boston avcrso to afew light rolls Handsomely Tailored Couriers jL Browuepllow mo to have the pleasuruoiJrolurning that five dollars that I borrowed tho other day Smyfhc Thanks the pleasure is Tho largest and most rnifip Harlem Life exoluaivo aBsortmont wo havo oVor shown ff Iivve you any stylish neighbors1 N6w bright catchy next door is Stylish frsvToozle patterns oxcluflivoly just getting over a ninerhundTed-dol-- 1 confined to ua Chin lar attack of typhoid fever I Theso garments cago Record J ore tailored by tho Qood by old f First Yeastcakc makers of the famous chap Im gbitig to work Second VITALS Brandtho YeastCakc best tailored Ready Thats a good resolve to Woar Clothing in Youro bound braise tho dough if you the World work Judgc Horo is n bard nutforcompotitioii Bosh I said the wiso Anaconda to to crack the Chameleon fyou think y6u knov itnllvhofa asm mattcrof fact youre1 a regular fcfxild sp far acknowledge ii FRoanESsivn clothier Oh I dont know re concerned tortcd the Chameleon7Turning pinkj Im Hot so green as I Blade v Hbpkinsville Produce hnrket I wonder why ifcis thai Jfamma Gcorgio plaj s and sings1 so much for Cash prices paid by Hopkinsvillp merchants Albert since theyve become engaged Sheneversecms to cease from the time Bacon he cornea into the house until lie dej Bnms country j parts Papa I guess she wants to make sure that he really loves her j Shoulders Sides 66Jc Chicago Daily News Lard 5J6o Tell me doctorsked the am bitious jtiung disci pleof Galen eager- ¬ Country Produce 16b Butter ly what was flic most dangerous case oC yoii ever had In confidence now 3032p that I anrabput to retire from pracf New fcathorslA fice answered the veteran physician Beeswax 2022c frankly I will confess that it was my 30 Tallow medicine case Puck Ginseng per lb 2225 10o Honey REVERSIBLE SENTENCES 2830c Tub washed wool So Constructed as to- Make Sense When Greased 1820s for SPRING t w o OJ2 u HH5 S O O M r e a CO -- oser GiD S -- srrs aTa 2 s-rs- f na - - 1 ftBoB -Hiap m acoaa i n - Uki tnO q Bcicas P -M m B V M ri ft aa t S H4 1 a n B ftfGS o SPjfe wa tWS i do g B5 -- eo Cc oI o o c n T i w- - 2P oo J Suits at 750 8 i U bC3 B3 w w j CO B KS i cor D aa cog o a W -- 1 1 C3 rA a E H r-- srt3gs p OP-p- - 00 o Js Op to CQB c oo a I h atr to m ro r a0 m a oc 5oSSSSSB p p gPHS h COJ1 m z- m to to f wp en rO o oi P w a rr p CO at 8 O 0 p h zu nio S3I a zl K j - 2i 2 C7IJ5 B r- fs r ii Sri 3 h per M T rr CT Cfl I rc t si rn VI w krf O grtJf o o p - TT- - w - ra M- -- I 1 r i g - DOB T SOPflB g - g cr SAM FRANKEL gS mooS w o rtSff3ii33sPffH8Ss3gaS8aM H82gJgJBaSeggSBSs8 gs5 g g g ft 5 rg S a graRg cngg g J g Og 5 g UggS ffS BJhrjSg tn g 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too p k Oi ah co 5 9r p to o BARONET --AND BEGGAR A Characteristic Story Told of Sir Tatton i i - - In ibe East Hiding of Yorkshire says tho St James Gazette thclam of Sir Tatton Sylceg is a household word A good story Jg old of tho present baronets father whodied at the age of 93 which exemplifies his characteristic Yorkshire cutcness Sitting one day on a fence near led more Sir Tatton was acqpsted by a tramp who mistook him for a farmer as well he might the old gentle man affecting the dress of ayooman ¬ The clever puzzle editor of Lon- ¬ don Truth exercises immense ingen--uitin providing entertainment for his readers lie offered a prize for sentences making 6ense whether backward or forward Here arej several sent in Scandalous society and life make gossips frantic i This roads backwards LVantic gossips make life aiidso ciety scandalous Apply tho same rule to the others given below Dies slowly fading day winds mourn fully sigh V Bright stars are waking Flies owlet hooting holding 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sBis sB - Scr T3 3 ¬ hpjrQplied Tcangie yo naught But dost see yon house Sir Tatton Sylces JiVes there and hell gio yosununat vThe man trudged off up the road and the- baronet iSlippcdsbaclc to the hall by a path and gave the butler instruction to let hc tramp have a uuvu Jiiuai uuu uuuuvu uiiii ii our ereign to give to his strange grtesL Nay my lad - F Half an hour later the tramp returning again aw the old farmer still Well my lad Seated on thofoncd said the latter hqw did yo got onv Oh thank you I got a splendid din ner and the ale was tho best I ever Did yo got naught else tasted was tho remark i0f the astonished farmer nHore corao along back with mo Letting lymsplf and his com panion in by a side entrance Sir Tat ton rang for the butler who turned aslvyat the unexpected sight which met his gaze Looking sternly at him for a minute or two Sir Tat ton said Thpres no occasion for pie j inake your mouth call your face- - a liar Youve been with mo a lone time so Ill let you off light Give this man ¬ Live stock Hogs S3350 Sheep 250350 high S2K50 Cattle Night silence holding j S3BQ4 v Calves Solomon had vast treasures sil- ¬ I ver and gold things precious Happy Hides and Fura and rich and wise was he Faithful Green hides 67c served he God 8c Green salted hides She sits lamenting sadly often too Dry flint 1012c much alone Dear Harry Devotedly yours rer STATEMENT OF CONPITION main I Have4 you forgotten 20 OF THE Reply immediately please1 check and hand to yours Grace Darling Bank First -- National Aran is noble and generous often but sometimes vain and cowardly Carefully boiled eggs are good and HOPKINSVILLE - KENTUCKY palatable at the olose of business heaven is love Love is heaven MAY 15 189S vouth eajs All beware says age RESOURCES Trying is poverty and fleeting is love Loans nnd Discounts 1 fo5397S Badly governed and - fearful Ovora rafts secured and unsecured 3iw77 1000000 Bonds to aeouro circulation US troubled now is Ireland 100000 Premiums on U3 Bonds 8325780 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B O 2 fl 41- CO CO Mi h Kl TO tf T- en 3 P o pr cT to CDJCVI oi oio1 o p i ro co B ad a CD tlrTlffWTWfr r MrVNMfWV arid send 0 Vb thd York hospital or pack your ti apsandgp Where Our Brushes Come From ft i c k Adieii darfingl-Timofliefasti sails are set boats are ready Fare- ¬ well - Hatter arid mind are nvysteribus Ncver mind Whatisahatter Mas- ¬ ter mind What is mind jSlind is nevermatter Honesty and truth arp good andl admirable qualities as sympathy anl love arc endearing traits Pnlifiiiv nnd Tolinrinn nvml nririlinlr v3 in iiero is goou ana souna auvice4 s1 -- playa jf ernpercentof clroulotionivwK DuefrpmU8Treosurerotherthan 8 percent re4emptlou Checks other 1211000 Notes of other National Uauks Fraounnai paper curronoy nioieeis 67060 ceuts Lawful monoy reserve In bank viz Sneole 203500 8723500 lcKaltendornotesH00000 ucuonipiion zunu wuu uaireasur- 72000 TH Xundtig sm f 2 60 Largest Auction Sale rUCof j j t Total LIABILITIESSuu 2K13070 i taxespaid real estateroper ty ever made in Hopkitisville jAndtlie greates 1 chance to btty Valuable property will be i Capital stock paid In 0400000 djiwui nurniuHiunu Undivided proflts less expenses and a087UJ IM 07200 187 3ttfK0 tv J TfrMP ON MONDlY OBt MAY 1 1 Great as aro tfio possibilities of arq made into brushes of all that electricity their full scope is prob- ¬ sqrtsfarobCamedXroin China Be ably only feebly comprehended Onb fore ChinesejboitBjwero opened to for of jthp latest devices js a water forge eigners the rbsiddiUf dfChiha made The details are as yet tho secret of no use of the bristlegfyuf oy cS the inventor but inoffoct the mothod bavo become one of the important ex- ¬ ports Tho hog bristlcsusedirumaR is as follows A tank shaped 6ome ing fino brushes are usually not lesf wnat like an iron sink is tilled witlv than three inches long bit the blacg Tieursin bristles of Ntjh pulatQi Ghiiiitiiro often ii6ro than twltetlini JhjcltTaVe attached t an ejectrc tvf ja liigfli jinl are famous c wocUl over jj WJieft a is reofly the ipon jfJJlUJPamnials from which the block i3 dippod iiftoT tho water of bourse oniics aro taien cioseiy resenune ine mwmmyMvWc7mwKcvS causing thupositivo and negative poles to corn9 in cpnjact Itsakoa from t6n 0 sxty seconds for thoaron A Sense of Superiority V K to becoiho hot enough to bo boiot or Yon ought to bo ashamed ofyoiir- - worKeu as rcquifeu An interesting W rpu io uso noisonous nrmu cs and important fact is that the heat tolnirnod the philanirobin WV u manifests itself MyiiipSn that por- tiijflgpr hum vi- IUVUVW uiifBjfviuJu uyfuv v rxftTfcu-i-- i water thus rendering it much more thornjia W y ItNoVCr was Hn npriml i njnnnjn cpntrollabh han forges of the mm pattern It one inch is undarS Tj A largeiprbportiSnitll i i EIeCtrcal Water Forge Ouo to State Banks and Bankers Dividends unpaid ff Indlvidul Deposits subject to check 03 23 at 3 OHopfe 1 ATfO u hog-bfis-tl- JAjwAs 89780 Total State of Keiituoky county olUlirlstUn ys 1 Thos WLoDK Ooahlurof the nbovifitianied When al tho Jiuo city property otbe lao HON E P CAMPBELL will o offered at public auction to tho high bidejor without reserve Tbiajm the elegant property pn West Seventh jatrddt botweeu thd fgaiilondeH if DrlBs x R GoQiiud Mm E V Gant audQxtending Irom Sovonth to Fourth or Broud street l WM M i- ¬ ¬ TPIAZilEt v ment In truetd tho best of myknowlcdgo and i- vv belief i i Tiios W LfiHokUMhrT Subscribed and Hwom to before mo tlilnJJth Will DoSafforotl for snlo nntl will ea IO tho hiliGHt bkldur nH tlinlentntn nmnk hn nnttlnrl nf nnnn TTnmi tliA nnhfnr V day of May 1808 WAtTKBKKfitVNJP lot ipjiituuted tho BplondidUBideJieK whioh is ono of tho moat ddsirablo initlio city DONT MISS THIS Oorreot Atest x i J i W Downer VALUABLE PROPERTY EVER OFFERED OWNPRICE - i jjfiii XrC DDAITTTDITT l iiuiiuiiriJij t ri v i t r1 Leo ueouontMOJircotors Ellis T At YOUR I Maw L TIMpTABLfc TRAINS BOUTn Christian CoAbstjact Co Agt WW I John Stites Executor w No 55 Hopkinsvillo No 53 raBt Lineji o 51 Fast Mail xso Ao 615 a m 6t85 vi xsuXjiinuouiiMU p TRAINS NORTH 518 pm nhn onABATLETT 0LAEEN0E UArWiP in CATLETT HARRI lo jg wStDEIDI TliePoDitfpatclMvnntHUh ALnt in every hamlet ys tnis u latmcuotu xjie rqaw Uspatcu l the lqiHs nbw omts of intercflLntid 1 i Jformorly with porbea No 92 Chicago LimHeij30vR pj No 52 St LoqBxk trji W18a ni No Afo JPfwt PAINTERand Wohvoconcluded every village nan LiuquijfjPi8 R pi PAPER HANqEFf toigoi - ymm hgffififfl ordinary bo on wator onlvfone itioli nvilb bAiAl and v f r tjrK j if vi ui HUyr tsupinpreft vt Nashville AccomtnodlloB does not run on ineaa for ouraolvbandofferourior North bound St LoBlsand Ohloajjo fas yices to tho public nt the most tfuk Iroins have Mirough trftlni solid nrt 1mm c4Kulo hauging a WjkifV q OWobo and 8t LbuU Vfl mitv aii worK KUHruiueuu vl vuuia amIawi at rina VAllurtf intohua MeSapor iif the Puciftc adQ OaUanitfers leHEth S i N THE POST DlSPATCISt LouJftfMO 2 I K sw wttr0 U1 rw Ml Jm 0 - vTl ii avMM v -- JMiMMfcaiMiMiM BBS SONALOWto BEfllfiL JMMJ3 toOEOE HHP r YmiftfLL0Y1EltS What Kind of W m ri- 5 4 Mr John Y Owsley spentyestcr Vigilance and 1 Suit can Yon day in the city Marrkd at Sfflngf kM Art Mr Herbert Cox of Gracey was The Commencement lwirclkfc Of buy For in the city yesterday itidnso Gray and wife arrived in Bethel Female OoUcgewift begin Mr J F Clardy of Gracey was thtlclty Sunday from Springfield with thermal ScfccFtiort to the TKelrhouic is in Iamasco in the city yesterday tffcl young ladies fc frich wTHtc given John Sanford of The Square was Alonzo is sixteen Lyon comity Woll toll yotu the kind wo years old and his bride who was in the city yesterday Tuesday wigVfc n Vh College soil Rt 75Q aro strictly all Mlas OtcvjLCumminirsSis just one Mr Henry Bryan of ClarlwviUe Chapel Hhc Wtofttfl itc music and wool every detail woll ttnlorbelong to prom- - was in the city yesterday r fel The VITALS the u xv511 be given older Both olocritiiwi ipupTls county ftiflo bo constructed tliht ab Init families in Lyon Claude Wadlington of Gracey WetoieBAay wght Dr J B Haw aoluto satisfaction and long X onS nni cnta objected to the union was in the city yesterday ihrtPhe the eloquent pastor of the sorvieo is nsBtirod tlio wenror of the v grounds of the youth was 5n Ilirst Baptist Church of tfashville Our styles aro exclusively AY G Fox of Hemdon my lofers But love is impatient Love the city on business yesterday confirmed to ub the putterim Tyiti will dclver the Baccaiau- 1 are Bright Pleasing and Dis isliicewisc vigilant and ingenious in theBaptist church M Hatfield of Henderson wpsiA tftz address tinctive from tho ordinary anutAionzo Thnrsaay nigiu in mc v untyu Clothing soon in other stores of the Sunday with friends in the city cdTnotherexemplification ¬ Wo mnko it our business to Terrell of aiapel the three graduates in in trite nM truth thrt locksmiths are a Mr and Mr John W in boo that your Clothing fits strumental music Willgiyc a short city sdffrce of unfailing amusement to Howell spent yesterday the properly becuuso it enhniieos recital which will be followed by tho vnluoof tho garmout youthful lovers stole a Prof W H Harrison returned the regular closing exerciscsof the lovc Thfe mdrch from their watchful parents Sunday night from Richmond Va college andSAturuay wem w opwuguwu Mrs Fanny Mason Church Hill All exercises wilU begin at 8 rnoanEssiVK oumiiEti where the nuntial knot was tied spent yesterday with friends in the oclock Sunday Tliev returned toLamasco city Invitations to thereccptioh on HERB AND THERE J V Chestnut of Trenton was Monday night are now being issu- ¬ i 3rHDfiVN PRftM BUGQY jgistercd at the Phoenix yester ed 12 Bars laundry soap for 25 cents All friends of the college are cor- ¬ day exercises cents at Reeves Met With Pain MryRobert Gary Mr nnd Mrs C S Coleman of dially invited to attend- the and Thurs ¬ Sunday Strawberries the best on the A ful Accident Bennettstown spent yesterday in Tuesday Wednesday market at Reeves day tie city Ed Ratcliffe coh died al Jiilien Mn Root Gary was thrown from Mr B F McClaid and Miss Lena Goes to New York painfully Pylehave returned from a visit to Sunday aged 54 years hisbuggy Sunday and Mr W P Norton left Sundayfor from Elkton He w as returning hurt White Mountain Ice Cream freez New York where hej wjll probably ersall sizes and prices at Reeves church and driving over Hetron Mr Tindv Mason and wife of remain until after the great Brook- ¬ ajriew and rough road In making Re C E Ferryman began a Church Hill were shopping in the lyn handicap is run In this classic a ddden turn his vehicle was up city yesterday protracted meeting at Bcnnctthwn turf event his great horse Orna setjnd he was thrown with great is already the last week violence to the ground McClure Kelley of Louisville is ment is entered and Tomatoes cucumbers raddishes Bne of his legs was severely visiting his parents Mr and Mrs favorite Mr Nortbh is very hope ful of Ornaments victory The colt new potatoes parsley peas snap arm wrenched and Walter Kelley hurCandhis is now in training in New York and beans rhubarb ojiions and beets bruised seriously Mr Gary came Sqire GeoQuarles and d aughter is sajd to be in excellent condition at Reeves atjonce to this city for surgical Miss Lizzie are visiting Mr and Mr Norton stopped in Louisville Wc have just received a lot of treatment He will be confined to Mrs F M Quarles yesterday to see the Wenonah Buggies Surreys etc and these room several days his Rev and Mrs Thompson of stakes run This is one of the big-¬ added to our present stock make a We Louisville are guests of Mr and gest events of the annual meetings fine assortment to select from you COLORED MISSION CHURCH in honor are now prepared to furnish in Louisville and is named Mrs Frank Bassett anything in the ehicle line at the and of Mr Nortons stock farm Mr and Mrs Fourquean lowest price Our work is all thor- ¬ Laid Sunday Corner Stone Was The race was won by Helonbas oughly guaranteed and you wil find Mrs Tom Wilson of Gracey spent K A AJt Cere with the Barrister a colt raised by what you are looking for by calling yesterday in the city J B Foley Cos at Wenonah a close at monies Capt J W Smith of Madison Mr Norton No 108 Main St ville was in the city yesterday second a BuggieS from 3250 to 175 Har-¬ A 3 oclock Sunday afternoon the mingling with old friends t ness from 425 to 30 All good- sFresh Strawberries 40c gal all kinds all styles all prices corner store of the Colored M h Mr C A Brasher has retuned Mission Church corner of First and No bad notes taken You dont after a visit of several days to at Wallis Grocery have to pay us for some loss we Vine streets wrs laid with appro- ¬ friends in north Christian mav have sustained by doing loose priate cetemonies King Lodge Postal Telegraph Opens credit business We take in trade ar- ¬ ¬ H M Massie of Pembroke No 41 Colored Masons participatCur- ¬ Gold The Postal Telegrah Cable Com for buggies Silver John Postell delivered the rived in the city last night and ed rency and good notes We think pany opened1 its office for business by this method we are safe- and you Masonic address The exercises registered at the Phoenix in the Holland block yesterday have saved We would be glad to A C Banks were presided over by Mr Charles W Smith a promi- ¬ with popular Jesse Rives in charge show you through our stock of bug- ¬ Prayer was offered by Rev J M nent farmerof the Fairview vicinity of the tickers The companyjhas gies and harness Mitchell pastor of Liberty Street was in the city on business yester KH aA tUn Co 108 Main St wifVi every con J B Foley Addresses were day C M E Church Hopkinsville Ky of its venience for the comfort Revs Warfield and Wi- ¬ made by lpl Miss Cuttie Roach who has been patrons and every modern lliams pastor of the Virginia Street the guest of Mrs C E Blakemore ance that can facilitate its service Baptist church on South Virginia street returned The first days business was highly HopkiRsviite Gas iThe new church will be a com- ¬ Saturday to her home at Gracey satisfactory and the outlook is very fortable and substantial structure tor a profitable business The pastor will be Mr W L Bamberger who has nattering 40x35 feet in this city been quite ill at the home of his Rev S V Douglass mother in Nashville for several Will Marry Wednesday Lightning Co weeks returned last night He has DIDNT GET HOME Mr John O Daniel and Miss ida recovered from his illness Jones both of the Bluif Springs Miss Fannie Clark a popular Released from the Work House Have opened up their show belle of Madisonville who has been vicinity win uu juiuuii in nuuuuAn- He Immediately Commits 8 olclpck roomB for the season in the the pleasant guest of Mr and Mrs Wednesday evening at of the brides parents home HOWE BUILDING Main other unense t0 T D Armistead for several days at the Calvin Meacham will Ipro Rev street where they have a stock left this morning for her home nounce the ceremony 2 Wallace Kays is a colored youth of tho latest improved Messrs H W Tibbs and N Zim- crimes couldnt be counted mer left yesterday for Louisville iose Damage Suit Compromised on vour fimrers He is only twelve Gas Ranges For Sale where by special invitation they Miss Lena Pylehas compromised years old but he is an adept in the will join DeMolay Commandery on At Cost Price waysihatareidarkjahd the tricks a chartered boat and go to day to her damage suit with the Louisville Or Will Be Rented for Nashville Railroad Company that are vain Covington to attend the StateGrand 100 The suit was for l000for At the Nominal Sum of Saturday he was released from Encampment Knights Templar failing to take her on the train at 300 Per Year the work house where he finished Cave Spring Ky after a ticket had a thirty days term for petit lar- ¬ Lieut E B Bassett arrived from Aro also agents for the GEN Instead of going home to Lexington Sunday and was engag- ¬ been sold for the train due to pass ceny he ed yesterday in recruiting 35 new The case was postponed at thelast UINE WELSBACH LAMP his mother on ejng released men for Co D Of the 84 who went term of court and settled oiitof loitered aroundHown and it wasnt The finest Light iu existeuco very long before he had swiped a 71 were accepted in the physical court suit of clothes from J H Ander- ¬ examinations a few failed to offer and 11 failed to pass He wants to sons His arrest followed He was taken before Judge Cans return with enough men to insure a ThB Columbia Chainless ler for trial and given another term full roster if any of the others fail to enlist in the final en- ¬ should of thirty days in the work house rollment SUCCESSFUL REVIVAL Will the Queen Ask for Peace Washington D C May 16 The Cftieti Sunday With Basket Meet- it resignation of the Spanish ministry Ing and Baptizing which is announced by the press dispatch to day means that Mr The basket dinner at Castlcbcrry Sagasta and his associates have church Sunday brought together lost csnfidence in their ability to one of the largest religious gather ¬ control the people or that they re ¬ ings that has ever been known in alize that the people lost confidence North Christian The church was in their ability to meet the crisis crowded at the morning service Their resignation gives an oppor Which closed a successful revival tunity for the queen to change the and many people were unable to policy of the government and ask find seats in the building measures of peace if she has the There vras the greatest abund ¬ moral courage to do so Is a Grand Success ance of dinner and the crowd feast¬ M ed royally When the feast was Fresh Strawberries 40c gal over all repaired to Pools Mill and tho only chainless that has given success and has proven it Wallis1 Grocery self so We have thorn on exhibition aa well as a number of Co where Pev L M Pope baptized at m lumbia make of chain wheels from 25 to 75 twelve converts Summer Kzcnrtloa ltatea m Wo carry the boat assortment of Bicycle Suudries and Re Tho I C R R will soil aummor Wo do all kiuds of export repairing all wi rk pairing cf all kinds Real Estate Transfer oxcursion tickets aa follows promptly dono Wo are headquarters for Gas Xtleycle tamp 80c and Carbitc Givo us a sail Yours to please arid wife yester ¬ Ceruleun Springs and return Samuel Fleming 170 Dawson Springs and return day sold to Dr M G Levcrett a Crittenden Spgs and return S26 E M house a Allot on Greenville street Grayson Sdrings and return 580 Return limit 90 days from data of i tliejwwtwrn portion of the city salo E M Sherwood Agt tocSSfc Evwk Jht rz Preta 9 - 750 i wH I vi one ¬ auvj 100 A Pair Mens Plow Shoes bottoms the eas- ¬ iest wearing shoe made--neve- r sold for less than a 125 before All sizes 6 to With stitch down X1 -- SAM FRANKEL - s - ils 3 H Anderson VWV 3 II - rrn 1 FREE FREE CUBA We are anxicis to increase our tiade and are will- ¬ ac- ¬ ing to share our profits with our customers complish this hereafter we propose to and to - t GIVE COUPONS t WBTH EACH to the amount of PURCHASE the purchase either it beten cents or These coupons when received one hundred dollars by the customer and amount aggregates to 20 or moie will be exchanged by us for the ¬ CUSTOMERS CHOICE OF A a large variety of solid flak Furniture Antique finish Of s Consisting of rocking chairs bpok 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 obtain them free of charge and provide an opportunity to beautify and enrich your home absolutely FREE OF CHARGE The intelligent public are quick in coming to conclu- ¬ sions They already know we undersell all competi- ¬ tors and have no old cheap worn goods Yours Truly RICHARDS CO j clock ¬ ¬ THE DAILY KENTUCKIAN Only 10 Cents a Week Delivered nt your door bv J 1 pKMiiiaiiii MOSS CO f M