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CD t lfyz jDatty NO znttxzkifflt PEIOE 2 CENTS 3B VOL 1 17i HOPKINSVILLE KY WEDNHSDAT MORNING MAY 18 1898 OFF THE COAST OF COLUMBIA The Spanish Fleet Is Now i- v EXCLUSIVE WAR NEWS TO DAY irr The Spanish fleet following the coast line Gen BrookesarmyatChlckamauga 12000 strong Unpleasant complications in the Philippines Galveston may be Cerveras objective point Widening of the breach between Alger and Merritt Rigid blockade maintained by Admiral Dewey The Spanish report of bombardmentat San Juan v partment The Secretarys friends say he will give out a statement of his position if the breach widens Merritt has been privately charging- that Alger has allowed the old Gen Merritt grudge of over thirty years standing to influence him reported Alger a deserter though the latter maintained during the war he was absent on sick leave The two have not been the bestof friends since and Gen Merritt has asserted that his assignment to Manila with an inadequate force was brought about by Alger when heknew that a promise had been made that Gen Merritt should go to Porto Rico as Military Governor Both sides are pretty well worked up and with Gen Miles taking the part of Gen Merritt a number of military men think the matter will end by either Gen Merritt or Secretary Alger retiring - - Sailing Northward Destination Probably An American Sea port It May Be Galveston Rebels In Ihe Philippines Are Poor Allies Twelve Thousand Volunteers Arrive at Chickamauga Parkl NOW DISABLED AT MARTINIQUE members of congress who are criti- Â¬ cising the management of the war particularly the idleness of the Meets in Cuban waters which have been cruising around with silent guns while the Span Â¬ iards have been extending and improving their defenses Ten days or two weeks ago it was pos- Â¬ sible for a man who landed at al- Â¬ most any point on the Cuban coast to make his way to the insurgent camps Now as Capt Dorst and the Gussie expedition have demon- Â¬ strated every point is guarded The entire coast is patrolled and whenever a boat approaches an un- Â¬ fortified spot it is met by a shower of bullets or a squadron of cavalry From reliable sources it is learned that during the last three weeks Gen Blanco has had 25000 or 30000 men at work strengthening his fortifications and getting ready for an attack A good many peo- Â¬ ple think this might have been pre- Â¬ vented by greater activity on the part of the blockading squadron and the president has accepted the criticism Hereafter when a Span- Â¬ ish battery is disclosed by one of our gunboats it is to be destroyed if possible and there will be a con- Â¬ tinual bombardment of the Cuban coast TWENTY RECRUITS Young Men Arc Volunteering for Service Feland Talks of Company D Be- Â¬ ing Transferred to the First Regiment Lieut Bassctts recruiting office was very well patronized yester Â¬ day A number of young men anx- Â¬ ious to light bleed and die for their country called and had their names enrolled on the list of volunteers Lieut Bassett telephoned to Cadiz and Pembroke and several ambitious young men responded arriving on the night trains The recruits met in the armory last night and they are a soldiery looking body of patriots and seem thoroughly imbued with the spirit and sentiment which is moving the nation in this righteous conflict It was Lieut Bassetts intention to leave this morning for Lexington with twenty men who have volun- Â¬ teered Last night he wired Capt Feland for instructions and receiv- Â¬ ed the following reply Better get thirty men cant get transpor- Â¬ tation but once He will continue to recruit today and expects to have the requisite number by night In this event he will leave with the volunteers on the 650 train over the I C road to- Â¬ CURACOA supposed May to be off the Spanish fleet is now coast of Venezuela or Columbia and is headed North Only a portion of the fleet was permitted to enter this har- Â¬ bor for the purpose of purchasing coal cattle and provisions One torpedo boat was left at Port de France in the Island of Martinique General Brookes Big Corps May 17 Special Eleven re giments of infantry one of cavalry and five of light artil- Â¬ lery 12000 men all told reported to day to Gen Brooke Commander of tills Corps of the Department of the Gulf CHICKAMATXG A GA f w Mil a40ttrt V W - m t ku j sss--- - TORPEDOOAX J3ESTROYER TERROR Lvm Dewey Waiting For Troops 4 Hong-Kong- Special The steamer Esmerelda arrived May 17 here from Manila this afternoon bringing- four hundred refug es from the besieged and blockaded city Mr Polo that it would be well for TWO NEW BISHOPS The blockade mantained by Admiral Deweys fleet is exceedingly h im to move on a number of forcig n ships have been refused the privilige of A Stormy Time at the Election in rigid and Bicylers Unfit for Soldiers Baltimore entering- the harbor Washington D C May 17 The Devey finds the insurgents very poor allies and entirely useless so Baltimore Md May 17 The surgeons who have been making far as systematic co operation is concerned They are disunited and Rev Dr Warren A Chandler of Ox- examinations of the members of the militia volunteers will make re- Â¬ fully one half of them favor-- Sjjain The Captain General is making- ford Ga and tie Rev Dr H C ports that will be apttodiscourage strenuous efforts to conciliate the natives and authorizes native councils Morrison of Nashville were to daj though it may not extinguish the which he promises to recognize elected Bishops of the Methodist bicyle habit and particularly the Pending- the arrival of troops from the Ujiited States the Americans I Episcopal Church South The elec- low handlebars It is said at the vill suspend hostilities on shore of the army H tion held by the General Conference medical department - The Cavite Arsenal was found to be empty that a great number of the volun- Â¬ was one of the most exciting which teers who have been rejected for has ever occurred in that body physical disability are bicyle rid- Â¬ War Reports Some of Dr Chandler received 148 votes ers who by that violent exercise and Dr Morrison 140 votes The have developed disease of the heart It is reported from Spanish sources Special Havana May 17 excitement arose over the alleged and the spine and other disease in to day attempted to make a landing- at a Nortlv that part of the anatomy but calts that an American boat election of the Rev B B Hoss of es the other organs to crowd the ern point but after two hours of firing- was forced to retire Nashville who received 129 votes produce It is rumored here that the Spanish fieet is making- for an important The whole number of votes cast heart out of its place and becomes irritation which ultimately As it is following- the coast line as now was 255 requiring 128 to elect As seaport of the United States As soon as they will have chronic fjelieved this must mean Galveston Texas which is pn an island and each delegates vote was for two an opportunity to do so the exam Â¬ entirely unprotected men it was possible tor three ining surgeons will be called upon The Captain General of Porto Rico says in the bombardment of to get the required 128 votes for reports on this subject San Juan not a g un in the fort was silenced and that only 18 men were Bishop Wilson who presided deOur New Battleships He claims that Sampson was driven off without seriously clared Drs Chandler and Morrison wounded j5 Washington D C May 17 The tul damaging- the fortifications elected wwGSmm battleships Kearsage and Ken- Â¬ wjkirs tucky might be finished and placed Polo Must Move Oni Newspaper Men In Serious Trouble The in commission in two months Mr Washington D C May 17 Mr not be made ready for Havana May 17V- - Special Gen Blanco is still waiting- for an Polo the Spanish minister andMr Illinois could in less than six months- - but answer from Madrid in regard to the proposed exchange of Spanish du Bosc his Secretary have been sea work was stopped upon all of them prisoners for Thrall and Jones the captured newspaper correspondents the subject of conversation between some time ago because it was News from Porto Rico coilirme the report that Freeman Ilalstead Secretary Day and Sir Julian deemed more important to lit out another American newspaper correspondent has- - been arrested and Pauncefotc particularly the lecture the auxiliary cruisers lirst and evÂ¬ sentenced to nine years imprisonment for taking- pictures of the Spanish which Mr du Bosc delivered at ery man in the Newport yard was timm fortifications Toronto the other day and the employed on that work night and BteHm evidences in poshcssion of the gov day The Alabama which is be Â¬ eminent that Mr Polo is in com- ing built at Cramps yard at Phila Â¬ Made A Speech munication with a large colony of delphia will be ready for commis Â¬ Washington May 17 Special -o- n8ideraOTpr-ress was made zedlous and alert spies on this side sion in about three months in the discussing- on the war revenue bill to day SenatorJones of Arkan- - of the border Sir Jtiljan recog sas represented the Democratic side in a strong- speech JO A Business Move at Once nized that the Spanish minister Jt Washington D C May 17 The could not be furnished an asylum to the Key West ft inCanada for such a purpose and Presidents order Old Grudge licet to reduce the fortifications on ha by this time undoubtedly com Â¬ the Cuban coast as rapidly as pos Â¬ 7JhNflon M 17 Special --The mi feeling betwenCeu municated with thft authorities at sible appears to have been issued sevnjr fmivr w cuuig mucjj comment auine YMjrjjp Ottawa who will drop a hint to in compliance with tin advice of - The Terror of the Spanish navy is a small vessel while the Terror of the United States navy ia one of the very large croft Sho bclongH to that class from which much is sxpootod in case of hostilities bnt of which little is yet known positively the torpodo boat dostroyer Sho is of 400 tons displacement carries the usual small rapid flro guns and torpodo tubes and is manned by a orew of 73 men in oharge of Commander F de la Booha Sho is Baid to be one of tho fastest vessels in tho world Â¬ - - Â¬ I Spains - - - t - Â¬ J - fci - r Jones - Â¬ I - - Jhat A J r John Rhea Wins Out Washington May 15 Imme- Â¬ diately after the reading of the jour- Â¬ nal this morning Congressman Taylor of Ohio Chairman of Elec- Â¬ tion Committee No 1 called up a roolution declaring that John S Rhea was elected Congressman from the Third Kentucky district morrow It was adopted unanimously This Lieut Bassett thinks that the is the formal ending of the ease regiments will be mustered in and sent to the front in the order of Gladstone is Worse their examination Two Kentucky llawarden May 17 Mr Glad- Â¬ regiments are wanted at Chicka Â¬ stones physician says this after- Â¬ mauga and wanted at once This noon The end is now near Mr being the case it is more than like- Â¬ Â¬ Gladstone has taken little nourish- Â¬ ly that the Second and Third regiments will go to the National Park ment He breathes heavily for a and thence to Tampa or one of the few minutesand then his breathing Southern Ports is hardly prcccptible Mrs Glad- Â¬ Must Be a Mistake stone is with her dying husband The correspondent of the Louis Â¬ She and others of the family do not ville Post must have gotten his leave the room for more than a few wires crossed or Capt Felands views must have undergone a deci- Â¬ minutes at a time ded change since his departure Writing from Camp Collier the An Evening Paper Fake Posts correspondent says New York May 17 An uncon- Â¬ It transpired this morning that firmed dispatch from Havana is an effort is beingmadetohaveCapt printed here to the effect that an John comoanv the Felands in remov Latham Light Guards American vessel engaged added to ingtorpedoes atCabanas was blown the First Regiment and to transfer up and that the entire crew perish- Â¬ the Somerset company now in the Legion to the place made vacant ed Nothing is known at Key West by the removal of the Hopkinsville of any such disaster company I am trying to have Col Castle BASE BALL man effect the transfer said Capt Special Feland and I think it would be Chicago 13 Cleveland 6 to our mutual benefit I have a fine set of gentlemanly young men Boston 12 Brooklyn 0 G St Louis 0 Pittsburg They have all been examined and New York 9 Washington 13 are anxious to go into the First John C Latham of New York sent me a check for 1000 when we vol Â¬ Baltimore 9 Philadelphia 5 G 12 unteered and told me to draw on him for 5000 if needed Whenever Valuable Town Lot Sold ham and eggs are proposed for the M V Herndon and G T Hern mess we will not be backward in don yesterday sold to Dabney a lot providing our portion Unless the Kkntuckian is much in the Kelly addition to City of IIop kinsville for 600 cash The lot mistaken in the temper and dispo- Â¬ fronts on South Virginia street a sition of the men who compose the distance of 80 feet and has a depth Hopkinsville company they do not of 250 feet It is quite a desirable wish to be separated from the regi Â¬ lot and Mr Cary will erect a hand- Â¬ ment to which they have al Â¬ composed some residence on it at an early ways been attached as it is ot companies from their date neighboring cities and from the Morning Train Is Earlier same dear old Pennyrile country A slight change was made in the Why should they No better brav N time table Sunday for the er men ever inarched in ranks or L early morning fast line passenger faced death upon the battlefield train going south Instead of pass Â¬ than the men of the Pennyrile ing here at G35 it now passes at Without disparagement to the Le Â¬ G oclock 35 minutes No gion it remains to be seen whether earlier change was made in the local they can march and fight and en Â¬ other schedule dure the hardships of the field and camp with as much heroism as the Our boys men of the Pennyrile WANTED want to see some service and strike 200 Cavalry and Artillery horses Will be at Laynes stable some blows for their countrys Hopkinsville Ky May 24 Horses cause The indications are that to 16 hands the Legion will not have this oppor Â¬ must be from 15 high weight 950 to 1150 pounds tunity Bring in sound and in good llesh The Kentucky soldiers aro ready get the highest your stock and to shake with Blanco on one propo market prices sition at least Blanco is shprt o W R HARKINfiTOtt war supplies at Laynes Stable U M ja W P IIHIhWWWl Ml iHWIWUII W IMHilMPMWWIfWWi Mil KIWI nl nljllii urn twa ujfiwwywniBl ttfoe HfailS ftetttuCkifcn oa U XAXAX KfSJ K Ifc w v v r jk Ct - i 17 L K a S Mtiysville ICV May IV The jTOMtOlHFTXOX XATM Kentucky Medical Association elect Â¬ president 10 ed officers as follows 85 Per Week i in P M6nth DaVid Barrow of Lexington Vice Licut ES Vrlght of the United President H K Adamson of Mays Sons of Gen Pickett and Gen will be in HOpkins ville Second Vice President James Long street have applied for staff States army iiuinuitii ville tlext Saturday to secure cav- Â¬ - UUI1ULU1 lUUIt appointments It the front Plcmingsburg Li army C W Aitken of alry recruits for the regular i V Smock of Louisville Teddy Roosevelts Rough Riders There are a great many young men brarian B W B L Coleman of ware at San Antonio Texas and arc in this county fitted by nature and Advisorv Board Robertson of Mid Louisville L L inclination for this branch of the about ready to swim the gulf service Indeed there was talk dlesborough T J Schumncker of B of V The remains of Ensign vtortn some time ago of organizing an en- Â¬ Morgan field T N HGreenley of McNue VJBaglcy were buried at Raleigh N tire company of cavalry How Meadow Lawn 1 invited to inspect my krge stock of Spring Dry Goods Notions Cloth Â¬ Lieut Wright will succeed in his Carlisle The meeting was largely iaj wiui tne nonors oi u attended and a very successful ing etc before making their purchases muster remains to be seen Everything new and in all ens Louisville was selected as Leslie Combs the new pension departments took charge at 15 Garner the place for the next niccting of Win agent for Kentucky Judge John 2 Louisville yesterday chester has announced himself a Iowas Cirl rMayor candidate for the Democratic Co- Â¬ Ready-To-We- ar Miss Jessio Parker is 22 years The Kentucky soldiers are ready ngressional nomination in the Tenth i lo shake with Blanco on one propo- district now represented by Thos old and Mayor of Kendrick ta She of sition at least Blanco is short Y Fitzpatrick Judge Garner is is the youngest handsomest and Ihey are uDandies v made by the best tailors and from THJC BEST OLOTH w ar supplies one of the ablest men in his district most womanly mayor in the busi Â¬ and one of the best and truest Dem ness and the voters of the town The Hawaiian government has ocrats in Kentucky Ik He will be a think she hna ability enough to IN SHOES decided not to proclaim a neutrality strong run things two years She was candidate decree but to become to all intents elected in the usual way after a V- and purposes an ally of the United naru iougm campaign tnougli one REFUSE RECOGNITION GIVE US A CAU AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU States happily free from recriminations and defeated the man who ran 3 The Naval War Board has de- - The Frankfort State Officers Dont against her bya good round ma tided to suppress all news of what Like the Election Law jority The girls exceptionally it is doing but this will make but bright mind and marked executive little change in tne news supply Courtland Chenault Secretary of ability drew attention to her She to the public the State Board of Election Com- Â¬ was urged to make the race and missioners called on Auditor StOne A crowd went It must be very mortifying to and made a formal demand for re- Â¬ was nominated from the convention to Miss Par those smart New York newspaper cognition of the board in the way of jnen to be exchanged man for man purchasing supplies with which to kers house Hurrah for Miss Par ker our nextMayor they shouted with Spanish officers under the begin work At the campaign meeting they rank of Captain Generals Auditor Stone stated that he shouted Whats the matter with Arc you interested in the prices of Ladies and Childrens Slippers would consult the Attorney General and assured themselves The next time we send an exped- Â¬ and would act upon nn opinion of Jessiethis is an opportunity that you cant afford to miss To close these lines IP ition to Cuba let it be one strong Gen Taylor and would be guided loudly that sjie was all right out right away we have decided to cut the 3 enough to land at Havana if it entirely by his opinion in the mat- Â¬ She got used to it The issue was U TWO- - AIL of otiv ladies and womans fitness Judging by the childrens slippers wants to The Gussie business is ter It may be said that while it vote Miss Parker got tKe best of disgusting is improper for the Attorney Gener the argument She will appoint -al to speak before the communica- Â¬ i Aside from the fact that the hate the policemen and cast the deciding Our Little Giant shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to fA ful Spaniards are doing it the im- - tion reachestohim the State officers vote when there is a tie She is this recognize the board for improvements of a young man for will refuse prisonment and law and market and every one who has ever tried them will and suit to test the constitutionality testify the truth of this assertion Cuba for operating order Ur rnine years in not excite much sym- Â¬ of the law may follow at once - a kodak will Married In Alaska pathy United States War Ships Prank Brady of Mbntana and For the purpose of introducing Marie isharov a Polish girl were The colored man from the counand creating try who crashed into a vehicle on quickly the publishers a oflarge de married at the Summit of Chilkoot mand Ansons Main street Monday while violat Â¬ Historal Series of the United States Pass Brady met the girl who ing the ordinance against fast driv- Â¬ War Ships will send the readers of was travel ng with her father at a WORTH 75c 100 1 25 and 1 50 ing was not coming to town to en- Â¬ this paper who will agree to show camp on the trail Hg proposed them to five of their friends the en- Â¬ apd was accepted anU list in the army the wedding tire twelve parts containing ninety day was set The arrangements six handsomely engraved pictures Polo has been given to under- Â¬ for the special low introduction were in the hands of the grpoms stand that his continued residence price of ten cents each the regular friends They decreed that there 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75o 100 1 25 and 1 50 in Canada is unsatisfactory both to price being fifty cents The parts should be a wedding procession it are published semi monthly England and America If he readers of this paper sending and began at the scales with an acfive doesnt take the hint promptly he two cent stamps now will receive cordionist playing the wedding will be ordered to leave Part One and have the privilege march A great crowd followed it We will also put in this sale our entire line of black kid and tan of securing the remaining eleven up to the famous steps cut in r the button parts as published at the same snow and ice by spring heel shoe sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction A good many of the papers are the tread of gold rate providing they will show same devoting much space to instructing to friends who might be interested seekers gone before At the sum- WG are 8fci11 SelHnS at Prime Eastern their readers how to talk Spanish in navmg a set Remember this mit the party was met bv Rev This is well but what we need to special introduction offer and you Christopher L Mortimer a Mis- New York Cost know worse is how to shoot Span- Â¬ must answer quickly before this souri minister who is seelcimr offer is withdrawn 11 it Sf ish Witlvtneir A glance at these minute por- Â¬ weaun in tne luonuiKe trayals of Americas Modern Sea feet on American soil and then The Knights Templar are hold- Â¬ Fighters and a perusal of the faces turned toward the lamgf ing their State conclave at Mays copious descriptions will fully ac- Â¬ the stars and stripes the handsome rnnXJ-T-TVTVo s once with s T iv LJJLOX JT GZj OXXWJCLi KJKJ yille and the Louisville Comman quaint you atdestructive their san Â¬ Montana man and the beauftfiil guinary and character deries reinforced by many Knights The pictures of the officers and men Polish girl were married and jour- Â¬ from Western Kentucky went up in their various attitudes at work neyed on into the gold land the river on an excursion boat yes Â¬ on the guns firing at sea bombard The bride was sensible TKE PRESENT CRISIS ing torts the marines at drill on attired in a closely fitting Klondike terday and had a great time shore and the hundreds of evolu MrJ tions of the attendants on these costume of fur One of Spains invincible tor colossal Goliaths of the ocean are THE POST DISPATCH pedo boats the Terror is broken things to be marvelled at and re- Â¬ Prayed For Peace membered by the beholder for all down at Martinique and unable to Atlanta Ga May 17 Colonel time These views are not to be Is the Only secure repairs for lack of money obtained from any ex- Â¬ Vincente de Cortijo and his other source St Louis Paper This is the kind of an adversary cept at enormous cost Send today low prisoners of war joined tjwith we are fighting and yet it has taken as the number to be sold at the in- Â¬ Father Louis D X Bazin Sunday With Its Own Staff Correspondents us a month to decide whether to troductory price is limited both in in prayer for peace at all Iointsof Interest Father Baih Address attack first by land or sea What time and number Puulishing Outdoing others Outdoing onraolvca iirvnluo giving Groator Urn At Havana Who is pastor of the Church ofJthe Anson Co we need is a little ginger at Wash- Â¬ Mr Sylvester Scovol gains moro Bargains Uinn over before We ufo soiling chooper hecauao 142 Monroe St Chicago 111 Immaculate Conception went oiutfto ington wo are selling moro We have Ft McPherson to minister tdtne at iusiuriu A E Houghton Mr He Hade Kodak Pictures spiritual welfare of the captivfe At Washington The great battleship Alabama Mr Stephen Bousal Hats trimmed in the latest styles Washington May 17 The Brit- Â¬ Spaniards and mass was readjjUy now being constructed at Philadel Â¬ At Now York ish Embassy was requested re- Â¬ the priest and at the conclusionjgf Sailors in all the new shapes and colors phia will be launched to day with Mr Morton Wntkius cently to secure information con- Â¬ the ceremony he delivered a sermon simple ceremonies Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming The Alabama press association will attend in a cerning the Porto Rican corres in French which was translateHni THE NEWS OF THE DAV IN vCi Have you seen our line of new belts to Spanish by Colonel Cortijo fogftSe body and congressional committees pondent of the New York Herald Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corsets THE POST will be on hand Miss Mary Mor- Â¬ named Halstead a British subject other captives DISPATCH Father Bazin said to day iSps who was said to be undergoing tor-Â¬ Hosiery handkerchiefs etc gan daughter of the Senator will Bargains speak for themselves ture at San Juan On inquiry of an outrage that white mens luuiid 15 ceiits a week soven days if do christen it with Alabama winp k the London Foreign Office the Em Â¬ be subjected to the humilationflo jivored by agent 60 cents a niotith if sent by mail bassy is informed that Halstead Vimtltw nnfty yuiuus uvcr uiem 1a JHfT A Spanish transport convoyed by was convicted of makinir photo iniu uciu a gunboat attempted to leave the graphs of the Porto Rican forts lnese prisoners are gentlemen crjm They harbor of Havana Sunday night and was sentenced to nine years They have committed no ltlB Kin1 You HavG Always Bought imprisonment The reports of tor Â¬ are Spaniards and it ypfs Bears the and was driven back by the yatch ture arc denied their duty to light for Spain justfas Mayflower after a brisk exchange it is the duty of our men to hglit of shots ten of which were fired by Boilers and Treasury Busted tor tne United States the Mayflower The Spanish gun- Â¬ St Pierre Island of Martinque boat and the transport fired a still May 17 The Spanish Shot From Ambush greater number of shots none of boat Terror Which hastorpedogun expect to do any pa been under Greenup Ky May 11 Sherman pering We will send you freo which took effect The Mayflower going repairs at Fort de France Patrick and R B Allen of near a largo selection of samples from 3c Will have a few choice summer patterns on display is now the hero of the blockade since she arrived there per roll up with the new The engagement was the first op- Â¬ Cape Verde fleet under command of Argillite this county had a fight novelties up All date coloring and to WIS PAY About two hours afterward Alfen portunity the yatch originally in Admiral Cervera is still there WEDNESDAY MAY FRKIGHT We want an ageut Fort got his Winchester and sneakng in evory town to soil tended for purposes of pleasure has de France with disabled boiler on commission up in ISee them before buying from largo had to distinguish itself and to tubes and prppeller and no money home the brush near Patricks required sample books Nq capital shot rout off the crack gunboat 6t Ha Â¬ to pay for the necessary repairs He died him through the breast add row For sainplos or particulars shortly afterward The Writ r vana harbor under the circum Â¬ This statement as to the Terror is yU 7 sheriff and posse are scouring the stance was a notable feat the latest advices county for Allen 717 768 Njnth Am N E J qfky an a i DlltredbcrrktojUl prtq of tke www 10 tmxx m city at 6it KMfiCttn at ttM SUte letting Tf etnetidous Sacri IN NEW GOODS l JO METZS STORE The Great Hopkiiisville Mecca For Economical Btivers up-to-date J- THE PUBLIC See Our SuitsS r we km lie Best All tic Latest Styles Remember the PaceNext Door to flardwicks i Ladies and Childrens Slippers 2 - SO -- AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS Â¬ Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers CUT PRICE 40c 50c 65c and 75c GUT PRICE 40 50 65 75 CTS Little Giant lothmS Half Price -- REMEMBER 1TJ UAMMOTH nj j n ogether THE PALACE Millinery Millinery - Mrs A da Ijame OASTORIA - WALL PAPER Â¬ LtAltlv 4 n t S Wolf t r EhEUpTTE I im 5 1 A n - rr t Uw ctfREtf ii ii hek ler nt HER WEDDING RINQ Old Woman Would Mot Allow tk Doc- Â¬ CHANCE FOR CAVALRY Clmtl Jake Had to TKnwk miblliUiHiidMMJdkiUiMxlAxiUxUiUd rmnMnivAw rvwTi Iwv m fi wwW- wvww wVvmi vw VwVvwZvvrVwvtivMW3VvwVvv3VCv Col SelMXftnso Haagcr is one of tor to File It OS the most gallant as well as one of tho hHiidsonTest men who ever cat in the chAivpi the chief of police and bossed thelbobbies in bhie He is a native Kentuckkn full of respect for the fair sex gentle as a summer zephyr and as full of sympathy as a can is of cove oysterg Yet upon ono occasion lie drew back his fist and gave a wom- Â¬ an blow in the face that shook her from tho tip of hdr velvdt toque to tho end of lior gum overshoes In days gone by the notorious Carrie McBrido who is now dead was noted as the worst woman in the city She was a Taw boned powerful creature with a fist on her like a battering ram and at least once a week for 20 years it was necessary to arrest her Po- Â¬ licemen shivered when they saw her drinking for they knew they were in for a fight before tho day was over She knocked them down and tore their uniforms battered their faces and made them objects of ridicule on their beats Out of their meager wages they had to replace the uniforms she de Â¬ stroyed and their families suffered in consequence Of course it would not do to strike a woman and thus place a btot on the fair nnmc of Kentucky Yeara went byf and Carrie becamo worse than ever with age Col Haager was keeper of the Cen- Â¬ tral police etation one day when sho was brought in fighting desperately As soon as she saw him sho said Since when did all you boys git on the police force Well Til just take a fall out of you Then she drew back her fist and pre- Â¬ pared to give him a beating Like a flash the fist of tho young man shot out and Carrie dropped with a dull thud agniust tho iron door of tho sta- Â¬ tion With a dazed look on her bloated face she arose and staggered toward him Down sho went again as suddenly as before Raising her Â¬ self on ono elbow sho contemplated him for a moment and said Say youre all right Ill give up and youll never have any mjore trouble with me Tho spirit of tho noted virago was broken and ever afterwards she was as gentle as a lamb Louisville Com- Â¬ mercial GRASSHOPPERS Interesting Collection in Philadelphias Academy of Natural Sciences This unnlited story is taken just as it was noted in the book of a reporter The senior resident at one of the Lieut Edmund Sehon Wright city hospitals last night was com- Â¬ who is in charge of the local re- Â¬ plaining to me that the day had been cruiting station for the First Unit- Â¬ a dull one surgically He had hard- Â¬ ed States cavalry will leave Louis ly lapsed into silence when there came ville Wednesday night on a tour of a rap at his door In answer to the Western Kentucky in order to re- Â¬ doctors invitation to come in a head for the regular all hair except very shiny eyes and a cruit cavalrymen army He will have but a day or red nose was stuck into tho room two for each town and all who de- Â¬ Then a voice said Please doctor theres an old wom- sire to enlist should be in town an in tho receiving ward Shes gol ready to confer with him When he Â¬ Lteut Wright will Be Here Satur day For Recruits Â¬ 3 Oaiaftamfrsg 3 CSO H CTH Cuta O OIQ B Ol r O iJ iJ n o j3 CO CO OSb en a -- w 3 3t 5io m was f vu S- -- i l SJB rn J ii - h- - Si PUb il ra - - erg b PP DO ti a sprained finger Five minutes later my friend the doctor and myself were bending over the left hand of an old Irishwoman Mrs Dougherty by name We were paying particular attention to tho ringfinger On it was a plain gold ring Above the bauble and extend ing to the second joint the skin was abnormally swollen due to constriction of tho venous circulation by the As ring so my friend explained the doctor alternately endeavored to push the swelling back of the ring or tugged at tho ornament the woman moaned Consequently ho was continually repeating I know it hurts but the ring must come off or youll lose your finger This sort of thing kept up the better part of half an hour Then the senior resident turned to an attendant Get me a file Jim he said The effect was startling The old woman jumped up- from the chair Her eyes flashed Her hands closed Her voice trembled as she almost No you wont file it off shouted my dead husband put it there when we were married Other things she shouted too My friend the doctor waited patiently foi her to calm Herself and in the meantime tho attendant returned with the file Then as she eubsided he said Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ arrives 3 1 3 oo g IUCaa H n O EJ -K rotr -Zv 2 -- a O o- S8aB2ttSepE s 0 uS -- SPB on O 01 m rTttLW 2P -u i- - Sf 4- cb Lt tt 5w a 5 CO w w S ni 1 Hid k O c n coS o CD n a fa H V 0 Ll T3 ro n sc gw BBS D3 o ttri An tn n O oii u a Zlna r j O ro 5 M 3 re a frg09 Dw 5 wr- m3 a P JOTC p co ro 10 rn m ST a crt S S CO J S IB P o r S i4 ffa H n- 5 p5 is o WT pa T3 tn oj a n CD S- - He will be in Bowling Green Thursday and Friday of this week Hopkinsville Saturday Huntingdon Tenn Monday of next week I Qm rrl S 5 Wb K n iiffi BS tfD 5 2B i mC o 2L Om oO Un to S o en Sunday and Â¬ 3 3 SB S3 01 a Ji o mu rr ta i p twt1 ijvi n W o re fr3 tf o Of N -ttt a ODD WB V O O C3 tt CO n O a i Q i f Q td H tot c CD Paducah Tuesday and Wednes- bd V rtr PKTr H- r- n cd i Ht CD oq PJ CU 3n9o R Q5 08 OH CD 05 OQ erg tjcupa CUOjr3 CD CD Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ finger if A few minutes later my friend and I were standing motionless our eyes following the figure of a wcepingwom an as she staggered out of the door Her rings saved anyway was all tho senior resident said Philadelphia Press A NEW ORNAMENT Ladies Now Adorn Themselves with Live Bejewclcd Tortoise I see I see but youll lose your Â¬ day Henderson Thursday Owensboro Friday He will return to Louisville Sat- Â¬ urday May 28 There are ten regiments of caval- Â¬ ry in the United States army num- Â¬ bering in time of peace 6000 men and in time of war 12000 Recruits must be able bodied men of irood character between eighteen and thirty live years of age single not less than five feet four inches in height nor more than five feet ten between 125 and 165 pounds in weight must have strong lungs sound heart and be free from disease of any kind and must be a citizen of the United States or have made legal declaration of becoming such Minors must have the con- Â¬ sent of parents or guardian and all must be able to furnish satisfac- Â¬ The tory references to character First cavalry is now in the vicinity of Tampa Fla Recruits for the 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interesting gifts received recently by the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia is modestly recorded as 45 species and tt 108 specimens of grasshoppers of eastern Pennsylvania and New Jer- Â¬ sey collected by the Feldman Col- looting Social The collection em- Â¬ braces about one third the species within tho boundaries named There is probably nothing new to the Academy of Natural Scienccsjin this lot but it is valuable nevertheless for it teaches tho uninitiated at a glance Â¬ Fearful and wonderful has been the decorative wear of woman everyShe has where through the ages worn skewers in the nose of her rings She has tied a on the toes of her snake around her neck and tangled But she has fireflies in iher hair never so far as our recod goes served her lovely self up to us en tortue till I3ut now it seems tortoise is now going to be in a sense her only Of course the tortoise she wear wears is the live variety the dead in this case also would cease to interest her Tho live tortoise comes to her from the Landes It first passes through tho hands of her jeweler the unadorned tortoise is not beau The jeweler fits the tortoise tiful with a filigree coat of mail studded with precious stones The animal is then secured to a fine gold chain The wearer attaches the chain to an ornamental hook in her dress first taking a turn with it round her own neck The resplendent tortoise then fulfills its mission by exhibiting it- Â¬ self upon the wearers shoulders to the extent of its tether and thus enables lovely woman to exhibit herself at what we should hope will be the extent of hers It has struck the French Society for the Protection of Animals that to have its shell set thickly with precious stones and to bo fastened by a gold chain to the corsage of the wearer must be distasteful if not positively painful to the tortoise Legal steps have therefore been taken to put a stop to the practice But tho jewel Â¬ ers and their fair clients will not yield without a fight They assert that so farfrom being inconvenienced by car rying a few diamonds and rubies on its carapace the tortoise enjoys the dis- Â¬ tinction and not being given to overmuch locomotion tho chain has no terrors for it while any littlo discom Â¬ fort it suffers is more than counter-Â¬ balanced by tho dainty fare and good treatment Pall Mall Gazette Â¬ llroker IIopklnnvllloKy Chicago market 1 ly Ben HuwIlnH Hanker Opff Higt Closing src ajB TS S fiSgcBSS 55 Br b as O b rrr b -- me w S o K ld SB cu CU a CD S- - ot o o S3 -CS croW H tr1 -e- x C3 J3 toSOr o C3 20 CUffl S OH S n W- o 113 CD m fS C5 OhDm BCDir B g 803 - COtJO EX Crt J 3 rr oj h re pr K cs Oc m K wm ri -W 1 O aCj cr cn tJ t ooas R i CD on E o g -- i9 o c n H I cn - n c cn c Tl B CD 03 cn kw ro 1 CD enS - ttw b rt ro KH C3 r O -- 1 ft-- BS SS o CD O m DKT3 CS rei -p l 03 a 03 ri x B - CD 03 in CO o vJ nS wr cn rf n - Uq En it- C 03 CU 1 CD 08 1 10 July Wheat 1 10 49 Cash Wheat 80j 91 Sept Wheat 91tf 3 3G July Corn 36f 37 yA 37tf Sept Corn 2b H 26tf July Oats 12 17 12 65 12 30 July Pork 6 62 6 82 July Lard 6 72 6 37 6 65 6 52 July Ribs Puts July Wheat 102 Calls 112 New York Stocks ami Cotton Opp Hifft Closi njf I I I a CD CD S8 O CD o S 03 og O o I cj c - CS cr2 TO rr rT -oq ri 5 g 5gSma a n n o 1a cs 03 I -- uiS WO oan P tu cn CD 09 ttCD w rn rCS Q cn CS cr B Cu rf CO eo CD 5 o Cu CB 3 P C3 S3 B CD SB 03 b co COCS - m 03 B B- CD as os CT to b -J g1s zr j ii 733 -p rCD s J3 o t cu cn 03 S B ro crcs ca - 3 - gB-- 3 O ro oHS3 fjj co ffl 03 ia- ros - -- i 0 Q i 03 O a i 03 n 2 OQ tn p- o 5 CD TJcd CD C cu 0 c cj B3o H CD CD 2 Bo rn B -- CI C gcTOHCnlH n 51 cd o vT cnS BfeJ 39 BcDcn B 0B S OM OS Ej c 3 co 3 l t HB O S3 ITT ffl r O H 5 re S3 CD among other things that there is much more embraced in the genus grasshopper than he before imagined Ho will discover for instance that conspicuous among the tribo is the xtnivcrsally detested cockroach tho terror of all careful housekeepers 1 the person be a New Yorker he will quickly identify among the cock- Â¬ roaches a little brown bug which he has perhaps hitherto only known as tho Croton bug an insect which sud- Â¬ denly made its appearance in vast numbers a few years ago in the Croton water furnished for drinking and domestic purposes Among the grasshoppers also are the crickets and katydids and here again one learns wilh surprise that the beautiful green long winged crea- Â¬ tures which are generally oredited with accusing each other in the dusk of the evehing of having done something or other are not guilty The culprit is in the collection however and it is also green but not of that delicate shado which is possessed by tho one eq long accused It is moreover a sullon looking creature with rounded head and brownish legs just the sortof an insect that ono would imagine would take delight in indnlg- inc in recriminations Philadelnhia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Aug- - Cotton 6 31 1 083 Am Tob Chicago Gas CB 6 36 1 11 6 36 1 11 3 si -- gor a x i tn co 03 01 en - P B Jr 1 - 03 B CO H kj a cr B S Si Lcoo tr go CS CD CD n CO i f 1 il B 1 -- CO t B 2 30 re 05 s c ca 33 cn ES COB cs ci ro C cs o re CD 05 03 3 o cs cn o 14 H o O Â¬ X y ts o n u - o i B CUf cr fD 35 B CD o JSSJs b5 K5 co CJI 03 SWcr J S3 BB O rf CS CS 3 o ca pr n cs o n cn B03 o cn - a n r H IS l K I O -03 cu 96tf 99 53 1 1 97 96 1 00 Q 101 53 1 03 1 37 25 Xo clay c to es 00 t OQ CD CO 1 CD 3 to S I ii CD Ol5 CD cn cs - co tn cs cs a Oq CS N L Manhattan Sugar Coal 02r 34K Iron 25tf 53 1 03 1 36 25 ro CE cn a Cu B 4 Â¬ OIiIcdro Jtecelpta Wheat Corn i t Oats Hogs Cattle 734 Cars 1191 Cars 464 Cars 32000 Head 3000 Head wwmwwwwvwwiw Vi V4W 1Vis7 MWVMiM-V-VWl-- THE Hopkinsville Produce Hnrket Cash pricoa pnicl byHopkinBvillo merchnnts Bacon Bnina country Shoulders Sides h Largest Auction Sale real estate property ever made in Hopkinsville And the greatest chance to buy valuable property will be Of - 7j8o dJ5o Lard Country Produce rG6k ON MONDAY 5J0c J iW IGo MAY 23 at 3 Oclock Â¬ HLger 1 Butter Egga New feathers Booawax ctpria3 Passion for Violets Hi The mcmbersof the British royal lujuujr iuiuvss 10 a great love forilow crs of all kinds The queen has a sper viui uuuivuvaa iui u uus oi me vnn ov iiiiu viuieis iiiiu cares to navo them Tallow GinBong J S2022c i f P rjS i 80S2c 3o When nil tho lino city property of tho late HON E P CAMPBELL will bo offered nt public auction to tho high oat bidder without reserve Thi9 is tho elegunt property on West Sovonth atreot botwoou tho roaidoncos of Dr E 8c R Cook and Mrs E V Gnnt and oxtending from Sovonth to Fourth or Broad street TWELVE BEAUTIFUL LOTS Â¬ Bible Printed in 1490 per lb - An old English Bible that was printed before the discovery of Amer- Â¬ GroaeodJ51820o about her rooms Ilcr intimnto ica is in tho possession of Richard P Burry wool tf friends knowing her favorite bios Bexficld of Union District WVa Poultry spnissend her these in profusion It was printed in London in 1490 5JGo Old chickona live per lb upon her birthday at Christmas and by tho deputies of Christopher Bark Â¬ llin NmvYnnr vm1nl Ihn nnt Irtw er V Roostorfl t f 2Jo Company Printers Gc 404en of tho late Emperor Frederick of Most High Majesty ofIttho Queens TurkoyB por lb retains its -- Honov Tub washed wool Will booffered for aalo and will go to the highest bidder as tho eBtato must bo Bottled at once Upon the contor 10o lot iflituntod tho sploudid residonce whieh is ono of tho most desirable In tho city DONT MISS THIS OPPOR2830o TUNITY TO PURCHASE THE MOST VALUABLE PROPERTY EVER OFFERED AT YOUR OWN PRICE 2225 t10Mo Christian Co Abstract Co Agt OIIAS CALL AT ABSTRACT OFFICE AND SEE PLAT John Stites Executor OATETT OUKENOE IJAnniS Germany have become quito fiacred in tho eyes of his widow and she liasoften been deeply touched when paying her annual visits to England mere strangers have offered violets in remembrance of hor beloved hus Â¬ band The Great Cure Ail io DuokR original cover and is in a remarkably good state of preservation Tho book Grain was found in 182G by Mr Bexfields 53 Clover por buahel father in an old chimnoy in ono of Outs homo grown pbr bu 3R88e Alderman Pyes almshouses on Pot 3Bo Corn tersgate street in Norwich England 1 CATLETT HARRIS Hro Formerly with Forbes ifNo I Easily Explained Wheat 9 PAINTERS and PAPER HANGERS We have concluded to go into bun for oursolvea aud offer our ser vices to tho public nt tho moat reus oaablo prices Paper hanging a spec ialty All work guaranteed Lqnvo orders nt Gus Youngs Tolephone 842 rings inosB flV N S i t ATQl imim mi ujiiy mm BrookWhtrijbodforaboil AVwSy tf time -- V toe rQHica r- w ever cureu an alarm clock in hia room Triliiui Statesman jjjl Mrs Dearborn Howdid your par Â¬ rot learn to swear so Mrs Wabash 0i my husband his -- rlvfii Rtnck A HogHtt Sheep Cnttl v 2503G0 I33B0 Yonk-ro oW SW0d iao4 The Pqst Dispatch wants in Agent in every hamlet every village every town cveny city This is the opportunity of a lifetime to establish a prplitablc business Tt costs nothing to try You can get the nupport o will be only glad to see you start of your leading citizens The Post Dispatch is in great demand Jts a gYen papSx Its a member of the Associated Press No other St Louis evening paper this distinction The Post Dispatch has war correspondents at all points of interest and with the fleets now in the Pacific and Cnban Waters By mail only oO cents a moth Write at once for particulars Address THE POST DISPATCH St L011I9 Mo enjoys - W ZJSTTEIDI I J 17 DECORATIONDAY WHI PERSONAL OOSP A DEfof Al ASSOCIATION HERE AND THERE The heavy lains left the streets Ktwr IBBffiMSBBaflbAK ji Mrs W A Wilgus has gone to Hopklnsvllle Dentists Leave for in line condition LottiBvillc 1 T Louisville to Attend Post In This City May 30th Pastures are reported to be im went to Elkton on McClure Kelley a proving rapidly yesterday Drs E N Fruit and C H Tan Â¬ - business Monday May 31st will bedccoraPeace lias been declared be Janies Dollins of Fairview was dy left for Louisville last night to tioi day when the graves of all the tween Nicaragua nud Costa Rica attend the State Dental h Associa Â¬ Federal ssoldiecs who died In ser- Â¬ in the city yesterday -- orn is comuig up ana mere is Lloyd of Pembroke was tion RR vice during the civil war will be Annual Conven- Â¬ the usual complaint about cut This is the 18th strewn with flowers The occasion in the city yesterday Hl K To the k JWv x2 I j f v worlnei and the anniversary will be appro- Mr W II Gray of Crofton was tion of thai distinguished bojlyV Please report td the office niiy innately observed wherever the in the city yesterday The officers of tnc association arc 7 Dr J C Blair Lotiisvillp Presi Â¬ fault you find with the delivery of GA veterans have organized into James Payne of Pembroke spent dent Dr James P Shawj Russell your Kkntuckian For we will fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man SfVtJ Posts yesterday in the city President Dr J H John Horn a TcnnespMe recruit B ijkt Isr many years past the Federal Mr WB Kennedy of Paducah ville Vice Now is the time fdr action as it is daily being proven Secretary committed suicide at Nnnhvillc be survives Louisville IM Baldwin Veterans in this county have ob- - is visiting in the city that to the victor belongs the spoils and Dr W S Smith Loujsyille cause he disliked camp life rcd the day and celebrated it E S Beard of Lebanon Tenn Treasurer The State Board of James Davis a bright John V Boyd Post Crofton with Our customers have beeii afforded an opportunity to secure and popu Â¬ at the Phoenix Examiners is composed of the fol Â¬ lar youth has taken position with sThisyear however the program is a guest M the spoils in as much as we jiiftilsli them with by far the best pi wNill be changed and the ceremonies T guestBryan of Martin Tcnn lowing members Dr A C WilkesÂ¬ the Postal Telegraph Company at the Phoenix G Ed is a Richmond Dr Smith of The farmers were busy setting goods for the money Mrs John Willis of Pembroke wards Dr C E Dunn Dr J H VU White Post G A Kf of this city out tobacco yesterday and very I Baldwin of Louisville aid JJr J Lw The members of John V Boyd was in the city shoppingyestcrday few country people were in toWn r 4 flost will attend in a body and be Mr Stanley Allen of Hawesville F Rees of 0ventonrJ n gardeners are H the guests of the local Posts The was in the city on business yester Â¬ At night the first of the papers bringing strawberries to town now and probably those of Dr TTrrwtinil day mii iiill nf will be read rtrniiDA retailing them from wagons at 40 Doyle of Louisville B Oscar and ksCemetery at 2 oclock in the alterMr W S Moore of The Square cents a gallon m 1IUUII UIIU III IUKI ill YUlVltllia 11114 Dr W II Pitcher of Paducah IW r was in the city on business yester Â¬ aVifcs has taken Mr Wml On the two succeeding plays the Ttheir families are invited to be prcs- - day clinics will be given between 8 charge of the hotel at Nortonvllle cnt Lee Boyd a leading citizen of and 1 oclock wliile Wednesday succeeding Mr E LVMcCulloch A programme has been arranged Mayfield came in over the I C last afternoon and evening will devoted The hotel will be greatly improved which will interest all who attend Is st ill our motto and we maintain the fiVht no jiinct nil mmnniu tn to the reading of papers Thurs The music will be a feature of par- - night The stone Work on the big Acme Mr A G Warlield left yesterday day afternoon the concluding busi Â¬ ticular interest A choir including A steady bombardment has effected some of our out ports Millp Elevator which is beingdone tion the best voices in the city will ren- - for Clarksville where he will spend ness of the meeting will transacted by Thos Clark is nearing comple s including fhe election Of officers for but has left some of our main lines in tact and we arc still for der a number of patriotic songs severil days tionyind will soon be ready for the 4 Addresses will be delivered by M Mrs R R Donaldson has re- Â¬ the ensuing year Atjnight a ban builders tified with big lols of mi M Hanbery and Rev C C Hall turned from Louisville where she quet will be given at the Louisville t It is said the President has i Those who have agreed to assist visited relatives Hotel by the Louisville College of ma agreed to pardon Percy Sullivan in the musical features of the pro- Â¬ J R Mallory of Maysville is in Dentistry who was sent to the federal prison gramme are requested to- meet at the city and is one of Lieut Bas The Louisville has been selected 1 for four years for raising the de- Â¬ of Rev S N Vail to- - setts new recruits W the residence as the headquarters for visiting nomination of a bill night after prayer meeting Mrs Hunter Wood and son Hun- Â¬ members t If you want nice strawberries 1 ter jr are visiting- Mrs J R MR BARROW RESIGNS Fresh Strawberries UOc gal dont forget to call on Chas Dattilo Barr at Lexington for he always carries a nice line of v Miss JimmieBoales left yesterday at Wallis Grocery them and also a nice line of French l Pastor of Walnut Street Baptist for Paducah where she will spend candies No 205 South Main street several weeks with friends Church to Leave Owensboro Indians Sad Romance Leader shoes for ladies at 150 pair MrR E Fields of Elmo one of Mr M V Dulin of Crofton was It is not good for Lo thepoor In- - the richest widowers in South Elegant silk vesting top shoes for ladies at 200 pair t the close of the morning ser among the numerous North Chris- Â¬ dian to take unto himselh is having built by avwnite Christian avices Sunday at the Walnut Street tian visitors in the city yesterday wife Samuel CampellChaslca did Messrs Bro a very gSgrYours for peace or war and always for trade Forbes Baptist church the pastor Rev J Mr Sam Hodgson one of Clarks- Â¬ so Samuel is now dead by his handsome houseon hjs farm There TT Barrow tendered his resigna- - ville s most prosperous young bus own hand His lasf days were are many conjectures as to its fu- Â¬ tion to take effect at once says the iness men is visiting Mr Eugene spent in jail and he left behind the ture occupant Owensboro Messenger Mr Bar- - Wood reputation of ahorsethiefTen years Buggies from 325Tto 175 Har Â¬ row has been unusually popular Mr Thos M Barker Jr the ago Mr Chaska graduated- - with ness from 425 to 30 All goods iiiugicguLiuii ami nnui popular young merchant and post- Â¬ high honors from the Indianschool all kinds all styles all prices j nun others who will regret to lose him master at Kennedy was in notes taken Yqu dont L tuesday at Carlisle Pa He went back to No bad pay us- for some lllwlWfnTOMllllllllllllllllillllMiiMWIIIMIIMMMmMX rrtllr have to K xHe has been pastor of the Walnut loss we the reservation Cora Belle Fel- Â¬ may have sustained by doing loose on business street church for ovpr fhrpp vnnra A We Miss Marion Lander Matron of lows of a Washington family of credit business cause is tnat i7 nisthinks tonus resiirnationgood in Morningsidc Retreat Nashville re- Â¬ some pretensions was teaching a for buggies Silver take in tradeÂ¬ CurGold m he SMl Eiaai he can do more rency and good notes We think Â¬ turned home yesterday after a vis- Â¬ reservation school Chaska con- by this method we are safe and you other fields The matter is in the cluded he needed a white wifeto go have saved We would be glad to bands of the business committee it to relatives here Mr Evan Prosser the popular with his white education And so show you through our stock of bug Â¬ and will be considered Wednesday traveling Passenger Agent for the they were married And great gies and harness 108 night J B Foley Co Main St O S W Ry B spent several fame was theirs Chaska had nbt Hopkiusville Ky learned from the books that a white AT HILLES CHAPEL hours in the city yesterday wife had to be treated such and so Miss Maud Coleman of Prince- Â¬ Wo are anxious to increase our tiarie and are will- Â¬ His wife had not learned the squaw nopkiiisvil Rev Northcross Began a Meeting ton and Miss Lena McNeely of b Gas role There was discord in the ing to share our profits with our customers and to ac- Â¬ V Sturgis are visiting Mrs A H Last Night Chaska tepee In the fullness of McNeely on Liberty street complish this hereafter we propose to AND time Mrs Chaska packed slier Re M H Northcross ofFrank- Mrs H M Dalton and Mr Gabe Saratogas and returned to Jher lin Ky a minister of fine reputa- - Payne of Hopkinville are spend- Â¬ people Mr Chaska drifted back Lightning Co tion as a pulpit orator becan a ing the week with Jas T Wood to the reservation and resumed the old Sioux blankets and the old 0 n protracted meetingatHillesChapel and sister Clarksville Times I- The meeting will con Mr Joseph Hatcher one of Todd Sioux ways Education had rob- Â¬ v last night Have opened up their show I n tinue for a week and perhaps countys most prosperous farmers bed him of part of his cunningH He rooms for the Henson iu the m longer At the opening service a spent yesterday in the city the was found out in his meanness HOWE BUILDING Main large congregation was present guest of his sister Mrs M G Rust The suicide followed He is thc WSTH EACH Btreot whoro thoy have a stock and the meeting proved a very in- - Misses Etta English and Fanny first of his race to destroy him- teresting one of the latest improved Lacy and Master Frank Lacy Jr self to the amount of the purchase either it be ten cents or will leave this week for Dawson Master Commissioner Rives Messrs Strictland Spencer Gas Ranges For Sale where they will spend several one hundred dollars These coupons when received Mr Frank Rives the newly ap weeks publishers of the Householders At Cost Price by the customer and amount aggregates to 20 or moi e pointed Master Commissioner Directory has for Clarksville Hop Or Will Be Rented Mr George Yost of St Louis an qualified and entered upon the re- Â¬ kinsville and Russellville are in will be exchanged by us for the At the Nominal Sum of elder brother of Mr F A Yost of sponsibilities of his office Mr the city in the interest of their l- di Rives executed bond in the sum of this city is here on a brief visit to rectory It is also a gazetteer of 300 Per Year Of a large variety of solid the latter Mr Yost has two sons 2000 with his father Mr R F Christian and other counties in Are also agenta for tho GEN Rjves and his brother George Rives who are among the brightest young Kentucky and Tennessee If They CHOBCE A nal Furniture Antique finish men of the St Louis newspaper fra- Â¬ UINE WELSBACH LAMP asureties Mr Holton who was will call upon the business men for the popular and capable deputy un- Â¬ ternity One is Assistant City edi- Â¬ advertisements Tho finest Light in existence der the late Judge Morrow will re- Â¬ tor on the Post Dispatch and the Consisting of rocking chairs book case writing desk main with Mr Rives in the same other holds down an important desk in the news department of the Globe table hall rack medicine chest etc capacity Democrat 1 JL For more particular description of the presents call ht Guardian Appointed The Columbia Chainless Revival at Bennettstown our store and see them and we will explain how to The court yesterday appointed Mr E B Long guardian for John The great tent meetings which obtain them free of charge and provide an opportunity Norman and Morton Glass two in- Â¬ have been looked forward to with to beautify and enrich your home absolutely fants under the age of fourteen so much interest by the peonle of Mr Long qualified with Mr T W the Bennettstown vicinity opened 4 Long as surety and the bond was Monday night night The crowd in attendance occupied every availa- Â¬ promptly approved by the court ble inch of space beneath the m The intelligent public are quick in coming to conclu Â¬ spreading canvas Rev Perry Fresh Strawberries 40c gal sions They already know wc undersell all competi Â¬ man delivered a strong and elost Wallis Grocery fc quent sermon Â¬ He has an exceltors and have no old cheap worn goods lent singer with him and the fine Dr H H Wallace will move into music will be a feature of the meet Wfe jt Yours Truly ithe ofllces to be vacated soon by the ings The revival will continue Telephone Exchange and Wallace ten days and the indications are Moore the insurance men will that great spiritual good will re- Â¬ move into Dr Wallaces present quarters across the hall as soon as sult to the community the necessary changes can bp Is a Grand Success Attorney Walter E Leigh who made in the rooms left this city last winter sends us a KM Spokane paper showing that the and tho only cuiiinlosa Hint una given buccosb and has provou it We have just received a lot of Bryan and Sewall gold mine Helf bo Wo hnvo thorn on exhibition nn woll 11s u number of Co he Buggies Surreys etc and these lumbia mako of chain whooln from 25 to 75 was interested in before he left has added to our present stock make a Wo carry tho boat assortment of bicycle Sundries and Re fine assortment to select from We been opened for business and that pairing cf all kinds Wo do all kinds of export repairing all work are now prepared to furnih vou its rock assays 52 to the ton The promptly tjouo Wo are headquarter for Gas IMcycIe Lnitii anything in the vehicle line at the mine is located three miles from the and Carbltc Gvo us a call Yours to ploaeo lowest price Our work js all thor Â¬ town of Republic Washington Mr oughly guaranteed and you wil find m s ssrrr EM what you are looking for by calling Leighs Hopkintfville friend hope I fE to hear sopn that he has struck it Only lOjfents a Wp1 J B Foiky Ops at V 11 No 108 Main St rjch in hih new venture v tw Bt Observed by a R IWtttKrrmB Nail the 1 ff Colors iv i 4 Mast 1 s t - Out-of-tow- NO i f SURRENDER w s t - WEAR RESISTER - SHOES 4 FOR MEfa AT - - Kxr 200 PAIR jjAt - FDJrp l poppy Ism j GIVE COUPONS PURCHASE CUSTOMERS OF llfti t FREE OF CHARGE k Â¬ RICHARDS GO Â¬ Â¬ THE DAILY Delivered at v MOSS CO KENTUCKIAN MtJLQQV bj r 0cHc4f