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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u U entitefciatt VOL1 Mt finr IN SANTIAGO j HGPMSTOLEj KYFRIDAY ifeESOTG MAT 20 GRAVES OF HEROlSSi Which bringsus togetherto day and e A uii imji wuuiu il iuiia wi uiu unai rectitude of our motives and fitnesd of our actiofis The mdn whosd memory we chefish here are repre- Â¬ Flowers Laid Above Their Last sentative to udof a sentiment and a cause which we are ev6r dear and Resting Place cherished and tlie conviction of a just uiiu nonoraoie course in uie Beautiful Ceremonies int Hopewell great movemenlJf 1861 5 on the part ot the Southern States holds Dr De Witts EloqMent A 1898 PRICE 2 OENTS 1 CERVERA SAFE lJ COMPANY D 1 mj Yt --GOES TO PIECES Trouble Long Brewing Breaks Forth at Lexington Feland Resigns and Gordon Nelson vwllUUUtU UI1 1 Address 1 WUIUI JUJJV Madrid Report Says He Has Slipped Into Harbor No Confirmation r Has Beeii Received From jf 1 THE COLOMBIA t iuliny Reliable Source yw iCiiba---Forwa- rd AnotheiiNeall fy KiteiSet For the Invasion of aiiJuV to Movement May Begin at Once MADRID Official information has been received that the Spanish Squadron under Admiral Cervera reported at various places since leaving Curocoa arrived at Santiago de Cuba today without accident and is now safely at anchor in that harbor The newspapers announce that Admiral Camarans squadron composed of the battleship Palayo six cruisers and 3 torpedo boat destroyers will shortly sail from Cadiz A reserve squadron will be organized at once An official dispatch from Havana says the American ships fired 80 shots during a bombardment of Santiago but did no damage M I L 0 A life v t flt0 Cis v I f Jf v i v 1 w -rnivhrvii - V ASS 8 M mini Jsm i Diacrram Showinc Harbor and Bav at Havana--th- e nfriTRations of r Morro witn the Districted City on the Left Many Lives Lost by Storm Chicago 111 May 19 A special Wis repdrts from Rhinelander Special Washington D C May 19 The administration will that eighteen dead bodies lay in mL wnot wait longer than this week for the naval engagement If Sampson the station at Heafford Junction and Schley do not within the next three days succeed in rounding- up 70 w A fearful cyclone passed over all the Spanish Ileet or rather if Cervera continues to evade our vessels of the Northern part of Wisconsin then the order will be made for the immediate evasion of Cuba andthere was loss of life in many I places In Michigan III and other Sampson and Schley will be directed to join forces and open the way states similar reports come At jW orthe invading- army It is believed here among- officials and others of life 111 11 are dead and at II It may be remarked that while Rockforth l8sHecP t1 careful tab on the temperature of the administration that W Elwood several were killed this is thtsveQf thegreat naval battle of the world if indeed it is not Christianity and our modern life Sc tliedayoffthe blejitself But it is largely a matter of speculation unddr it only sharo withjqther life Six Hen Drowned and religions a general respect for and the government will uot wait longer on a mere supposition Special the departed Christianity gives Pittsliurg May 19 H The blockade ofCubaiIholsnffef to be of a specific character us the higher and nobler motive of drowned here to day mirwuiw mhicau 01 lorpeuo boats will attack the Cuban fortresses and mans immortal powers in view of wlnlecrosslng the Alleghaney in a cruisers instead of gunboatS vKinJtrtifiAl in the work of cutting cables Which to pay honor to those who smdWcraft Blanco is to be shut off from the rcsUf theworld and Morro Castle is have held intimate relationship with I Jerry Is Indorsed us in life We feel thatthe intellectto be destroyed by our ironclads Vi f May 1- 9ual and social qualities of our conii Hutchinson Kan m iji j t t nowjsto land aXsuflicient foijce in Cuba to make panions impress us with an inde Â¬ Special The 7th district Pppu JEM Tharmless anv Snanish exnedition or ruin1rnnvnfffciii ti4 scribable sense of a personal reali- lists5 to day renominated Jerry in making a landing ty and influence whicl last with us Sijnpsoh for Congress bjJ acclama To effect this and to make thorough the work and must last forever Further tion not Iosb than 80000 men will be poured into the island there are convictions and senti Â¬ UASEBALL ments which are- commoti posses SS Special sions of few 6rmany which fdrm a Schley Shaffer Cincinnati 5 Bosldn 4 uniond anc endearment in bond 6f Washington D C May 19 iJthnbre 6 Pittsburg 0 Special The report is received here the hearts of men anfovluch lead to T H18 atternOOll that Sllltv incl SnmtiKnn hnld rnrmnd tV ft LpuiSyJq4 proly l uv ivi making common cause and common fi Vt IIIMtl i llllkrLIIIlll llllll QhiaagoiG Washington 7 Tlu auffarlrt8 l0Bfe8 and gainWordrs have beq sent this afternoon to Gen Shatter to start tlii readies tfom two persons to a ria- - NewYqrlc 7 St LOtus 1 i rM i tt rLf A mr an 1 can eanu uun plan ww be tfeiH ij racen hemisphere Philadelphia and CIkvcIuI no vtwyMrjowt rjwf f I i t t iivi uui n niMaMmt fjuj - U thi me iwipiuiuhy nurft faqt 0J principle j Jljlf It- Business From Now On - N6t since1 the unveiling of th t beautiful shaft which marks the last resting place of the one hun-jdred and one nameless heroekToi the Confederacy at Hopewell ccm- ctery hav6 there beenmiore appro- priate and impt essive ceremonies than thosehich took place tlVcrp yesterday Five hundred people assembled about the monument to testify by their presence and by their fragrant offerings of theiiAle- votion to the lUKHUJiy JL 1117 lllUU who died while wearing thdgray The triangular plat of earth from the center of which the granite shaft rises was carpeted with flowers and the base of the shaft was half hidden by the beautiful designs artistically wrought by the loyal and loving hands of con- Â¬ federates wives and daughters The exercises were under the auspices of the Confederate Ladids Memorial Association for Christian county NedMerriwether Bivouac attended in a body and the vet- Â¬ erans stood with uncovered heads around the monument during the exercises Two large confederate waved in the breeze from the flags south side of the monument j The exercises were opened witty A prayer by Dr W L Nourse chorus of twenty young ladies daughters of confederate veteranst then sang Cover Them Over Each confederate veteran present then deposited at the base of the monument his bouquet of flowers A detail from the Bivouac was ap- Â¬ pointed to decorate the grjaves of Dr B S Wood Robt Baker Harry Garner Prof Fitzhugh and Win Bronaugh allof whom were members of the Bivouac Miss Nanny Walker recited an appropriated poem on the Southern Slain Master James Chappell recited The Stars and Bars Rev R S Carter offered a fervent prayer after which Dr De Witt was introduced to the audience His address was pronounced by all one of the most beautiful and eloquent tributes to the virtues of the confederate dead ever heard upon an occasion of this character Be low is the address in full Ladies and Gkntlemen I There is a proper sentiment in all civilized minds that pays respect to the memory of the dead Personal family community State and National relationsgive empha sis to the expressipno this sentiment and enjoin its perpetuation in appropriate forms and ceremonies it nas arenning ana eievatiner in fluence and tendency on life and character It deals with the most delicate and serious questions of mortal life and awakes repeatedly reflectionsof the most tender nature It would be difficult for any one to enter upon a service of memorial honors without some iuipreshe sense of the nobler and higher part Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cruising On the Atlantic Coast But Ordered South Lewis Del May 19- The cruiser Columbia was anchored at the breakwater lasnight She sailed from the breakwater yester- - A is 4 Elected Captain t Bradley Refuses to Appoint Nelson and Tries to FoistaHench rlit ray 11 m v iu ri in man Upon Hopkinsville Boys 1J tteM irwWn CZ THE COLUMBIA day morning and her return was It presumably to receive orders is reported on good authority that she w as ordered to join one ot the isquadrons Surgeon Lexington K May 19 Dr Casey a local veterinary surgeon has been nominated as regimental veterinarian in Teddy Roosevelts aggregation of rough riding rifle Â¬ His relative Fred Grant men secured the place for Dr Casey JTeland i - Mith Ut rhnrlcnn Cal May 19 The Vallejo United States cruiser Charleston that sailed yesterday for Manila w ith ammunition and supplies for Admiral Dewey is back at her Teddys There is trouble in the Hopkins- Â¬ ville Company which has caused it to dwindle down from eighty four men to fifty eight to night with the prospect of losing several more Capt John Feland is in command of the company and was a check for 1000 with which to equip it by John C Latham of New York City a former citizen of Hopkinsville Since arriving in Lexington the re- Â¬ cruits to the company which was one of the best in the State Guards have become dissatisfied Lieut Bassett has gone home for recruits and his arrival to morrow with enough men to iill out the muster roll is confidently expected by Capt from Lexington were plied with questions concerning the cause of the trouble Fathers of boys who were at Frankfort came to the Kentuckian office last night to as- Â¬ certain the facts It seems that several agencies to this unfortunate condition of affairs In the have contributed Â¬ berth at Mare Island Navy Yard with her condensers out of order Capf Glass concluded that it would be better to return to the navy yard and secure the benefit of the facilities there than to re pair the damage at sea The Charleston will make another start u ithin the next two days Will Not Stay at Home Lexington Ky May 19 Cor- Â¬ poral Jack Russell of Company A Third Regimqnt of Bowling Green as turned down by the Examin Â¬ ing Board of Surgeons on account of a slight murmuring of his heart He went to Washington and has telegraphed Captain Clark that he succeeded ip having the boards decision set aside and secured authority to muster into the United States service - re Â¬ Llluiae w 1 Â¬ It JLl - Â¬ SfS9nipson and r if - - fffl JukAAL iv ifwYiMit first place a number of men were taken to Lexington who had declared their intention not to join the army They were made to be Â¬ lieve that their presence at Lexing Â¬ ton was required When volunteers for the service were called for upon The above was sent to the Courier-J- the completion of the examinations ournal by its Lexington corres- they did not offer and these men pondent and appeared in yester have returned home Whether days issue of that paper It does justly or not Capt Feland is cen- not tell one half of the story The sured by many for having these trouble hinted at has culminated ini men to go to Lexington the disbandment of the Company Since the arrival of the Hopkins and by to morrow night it is proba- Â¬ ville company at Lexington their l ble that all of the young men who captains conduct has not been left here two weeks ago in such such as to shed glory or luster up- Â¬ high spirits with drums beating on them The Kentuckian does and flags flying will be with their not propose to enter into a discus- Â¬ families again sion of the charges that are made Lieut Bassett has returned to against him Certain it is that Lexington That is true enough many of the men who were under But he did not take any recruits him have been open in their pro- Â¬ back with him and the muster roll tests against his actions and hold of Capt Pelands Company will not him responsible in a large measure be filled out the Captains con- Â¬ for the unfortunate situation that fident expectation to the contrary now confronts the company The Lieut Bassett had secured fill young men have been placed in an the recruits he desired yesterday awkward and humiliating attitude Thirty one young men stood ready it may or may not be through Cap- Â¬ to leave with him for Lexington tain Felands agency Hopkins- Â¬ He kept the wires hot yesterday ville wajj proud of the boys she asking for orderg and instructions sent foVtiPand had every reason to He telegraphed Col Smith he tele- Â¬ feel that they would acquit them- Â¬ graphed Lieut Payne he tele- Â¬ selves with honor and credit She graphed Capt John Feland From felt that her company was equal in the latter he has never received a courage and patriotism to any or Â¬ word in response ganization from the sister cities While tit the armory last night That a great injustice has been with his recruits awaiting orders done these boys is self evident from Lexington these two mess Â¬ That they feel it keenly no one ages were received doubts and they can rely upon the Lexington Ky May 19 sympathy of their people at home Lihut Bassrtt A private telegram received Cant secure transportation let night is to the effect that Capt last Fe Â¬ R C Pavni them go land had resigned and that the Lexington Ky May 19 company had elected its former Lihut Bassrtt Can not get transportation Com- Â¬ captain Gordon Nelson in his place The Governor refused to T J Smith pany bursted Colonel issue Capt Nelson his commission Lieut Bassett read these dismal and appointed Noel Gaines of Frankfort to the captaincy This messages to his recruits The would be soldiers saw their was resented by the men as an un Â¬ glorious dreams of gory fields and just and unwarranted invasion of victorious banners vanish With thehirights and with spirit and heavy hearts they realized that the nmvswpj that is creditable to them g theyMiave refused to bo mustertd ear piercing fife and the drum were not for them that in under the Frankfort henchman their hopes of following Capt Fe Â¬ of Gov Bradley A number of gentlemen in this land and Fitjchugh Lee from vic- Â¬ city who have sons and brothers tory to victory until the stars and stripes were planted in triumph in the company expressed themi- 15 LI upon the Governor Generals palace selves as uixiuj iujiieiHuii wan at Havana were blasted It Was Capt Felands course uud are dis Â¬ a sad disappointment to these am Â¬ posed to attribute all of the trouble to him bitious and patriotic young men The news of the situation at Lex Â¬ The KBNTtJCKivN Inst night wired The wind an officer of the Third Regiment ington spread fast stuiementjof the to catch and scatter it over asking from him a to seemed He refused facts discuss the the city Groups upon the street matter saying tmt the facts wer corners discussed it The young well understood by thoe members men whd had but lately returned of the company who hadanturwd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ yl -- II n 1 soul-stirrin- 1 1 1 1 njiJiJ u- - l Ji lUfi tr A V1 J jrt Mr Ji o e MRMMBeeteslantlB faU ZDbe Published evory OKA Eails ttetttuffcfejk morning1 linmAWmrd ftltt Wad 6ih of February lafcfc and reached Lcmckw oan aftci f l8tt m tIC the Tremendous Sacrifice tor NEW GOODS except Monday B by DcllTcred by carrier to all part tl th city at WJUUC MRS WILGUS DEAD X X3AOXAX 813 Mala 10 02HV M I SXJTMOJtrPTIOX XATM Explrwl 10 - Vmxpf4y Lw4k- - vHe Ywttrday nornlnf t Ik K Mrs Sallie Cook Wilgus Wife of iatthe Jen Â¬ t Sixthousand tons of Welsh coa THEGREAf pEDMSN Mr W A WilgUB died Lbuisville 4 nie Cassiday Infirmary ileet has intended for Ccrvcras yesterday morning at 236 oclock f readied Porto Rico in safety Her health had not been gopu lor some time but recently she improv Watterson Two sons of Henry Illustrious Commoner ed in strength and was able to go Vv Si tmvn nnlicfnl in thr nrmv IS 111011- Englands v I for treatment at tne to Louisville PassesiAway r hers of the Louisville Legion y The XXXJU hospital where she died LI Gem Merritts army to occupy the news of her death so unexpectedly f J of 5- to her wide cir Is invited tfliiiapect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods Notions Cloth Â¬ Philippines will be composed was a great shock After n Lingering Illness tHc End Mr Wilgus was ing etc before making 000 regulars and 9000 volunteers cle of friends their purchases Everything now and te in all rr H Came Yesterday Morning with her at the time and will come The election of Bishops at the departments1 1h to day with the body K at 5 Oclock Baltimore Conference seems to Mrs Wilgus was a lady of the llhavefbeen something on the order I noblest and most lovable character Oufiady-T-Wea- r H of a Hoss race She was the only daughter of Dr 19 Gladstone Hawarden May TMi tnvttr iq cnifl- to be dc- E R Cook and was born and rear- Â¬ v JUAJW VU1f died at 5 oclock this morning ed near this city Mrs Cook was a Perhaps when creasing- in Spain Mr Gladstone had been unconsci- Â¬ Miss Campbell and a representa- Â¬ They are uDandies made by the4 b6sfc tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH Vy Cerveras fleet has been destroyed ous practically allrday though at tive of one of the most prominent w the fever will disappear entirely times he seemed to recognize for a m No young of Hopkinsville about families a of1 moment some of the watchers IN SHOES factor in local society lady ever Why should Uncle Sam lie flat him was more popular than Miss Sallie his back with his eyes shut and his Great flans Career Cook Span Her many endearing quali- Â¬ mouth open waiting- for the Honorc fbie William GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU Thelate Right ties her sunny disposition her vi- Â¬ iards to step into his open jaws was MP KC vacity and always pleasant and The thing- to do is to scour the seas Ewart Gladstone the fourth son of the late Sir John charming personality made her a and let no foreign foe escape Gladstone Bart of Fasque Coun reigning belle and a lady of the The rough treatment given the ty Kincardine N B a merchant widest oooularitv with all who en soldier boys at Lexington has of Liverpool was born there Dec joyed her acquaintance made many of them come to the con- Â¬ 29 1809 He was educated at Eton On June 28 1883 she was mar- Â¬ would rather be and Christ Church Oxford taking ried to Mr Wilgus clusion that they Hav Â¬ battle scared than battle scarred a double first class in 1831 As a daughter she was loving ing spent some time in a continent- Â¬ and dutiful as a wife a devoted veterans al tour he was returned atthe gen- Â¬ helpmate as a friend true and last Â¬ The recent troubles of Secretary eral election in December 1832 inÂ¬ ing and as a neighbor kind and at- Â¬ Alger growing out of his official the Conservative interest for New tentive She will be missed in the Are you interested in the prices of Ladies and Childrens Slippers ark and entered Parliament just home circle in the sick room where position did not interfere with the this is an opportunity that you cant afford to miss To close thejTlines IF capers of Cupid in his family circle as the struggle of parties was at she was always a welcome assist Â¬ His daughter Miss Prances Alger its flight in the realm of society out right away we have decided to cut the 1 ant and AH orour laclies and IN On January 25 1833 he entered was married Wednesday to Charles where no lady in the city had more childrens slippers Lincolns Inn and when he had friends or more devoted ones B Pike of Chicago been a member for six years and The casket bearing the remains After a long illness the Honora- - three months petitioned to have hs accompanied by the stricken hus- Â¬ ble William Ewart Gladstone the name removed from the books of the band will arrive this morning and Our Little GiaDt shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to this Grand Old Man of England passed society on the ground of his having funeral services will be held from market and every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of this assertion ven up his intention of being away yesterday morning He was the residence of Dr Cook this after- Â¬ surrounded by his family and called to the bar Sir Robert Peel noon at 3 oclock Elder H D quietly ceased to breath his life in December 1834 appointed him Smith of the Christian chnrch wil ebbing away like one falling to to a junior lordship of the Treas conduct the brief service to be held ury and in February 1835 Under at the house and Rev R SCar sleep W Secretary for Colonial Affairs Uncle Ben Keys of Calloway has Mr Gladstone retired from office ter of the Episcopal church of received his regular semi annual with his ministerial leader in April which Mrs Wilgus was amember 1 WORTH 75c 100 125 and nomination forCongress in the First and remained in opposition until Will officiate at the grave d I district on the ticket of the Sir Robert Peels return to power Hopkinsville Tobacco riarket Populists G W Reeves in September 1841 On accepting him a close race in office of Ballard ran under Sir Robert Peel in 1841 JSggleton the convention at Princeton and as Vice President of the Board of Reported by J II Incorporated of CummlHga buyoroiJ 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 125 and 150 Eggleton Co came within seven votes of beating Trade and Master of the Mint Mr order of dealer in and handler of leaf tobacco as his follow- Â¬ the old warjiorse Gladstone was sworn a member of 19 1898 ers call him Increased receipts May the Privy Council Â¬ 1848 he was elected and large offerings with a good de In The opinion is general in Con- Â¬ for August Â¬ We will also put in this sale our entire line of black kid and tan the University of Oxford In mand for all grades and good seaand also prevails universally gress son for setting the weed were the button spring of 1847 52 the ques- Â¬ heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction Half among the people that Havana the Parliament tion of university reform and the leading features of the week The should at once be attacked and we are still selling removal of Jewish disabilities were offerings this week as a whole were at prime Eastern forced to capitulate We now have of the rather poor while there were a few agitated On the formation in addition to 28000 regulars 95 New York Cost ministry under the scattering hogsheads of good to fine coalition 000 volunteers already mustered in leaf Highest price this week was Earl of Aberdeen in December 18 and ready for business and the en 52 All Bremen Italian Aus- Â¬ Gladstone was appointed tire Navv is in Cuban waters If to Mr Chancellorship of the Ex- Â¬ trian aud wrappery styles were the we are ever to do any business taken freely at satisfactory prices Kv chequer Havana should be why the delay Common nonescript leaf Ab- Â¬ to sellers rT After the breaking up of the captured or destroyed before Satur- Â¬ and lugs were taken by the specu- Â¬ Â¬ erdeen administration at the be day night and Blanco sent to the ginning of 1855 Mr Gladstone at lators who were out in full force United States as a prisoner of war Â¬ first continued to occupy the same The weather has been very favor- THE PRESENT CRISIS before the end of May post but he resigned in the course able this week with a fine setting season on the 16th inst and in Manv of the bovs who went to of a few weeks some locations 50 per cent of the In 1858 he published an elaborate Lexington full of martial enthusi- Â¬ work on Homer and in July 1861 intended planting is set while in THE POST DISPATCH asm have quickly wearied of soldier was- not Â¬ other sections the season 1 life and there have been numerous he was solicited to become a candito set There is some sufficient Is the Only Much of the blame for date in the Liberal interest for desertions complaint of the cut worm cutting of the ex- Â¬ South Lancashire but refused to this is laid at the door St Louis Paper the plant down as fast as set amining surgeons who have been forsake his former constituents However as there are a plentylof Â¬ With Its Own Staff Correspondents so rigid in passing upon men that Having been rejected by the Uniat all Points of Interest versity of Oxford at the general them yet there is no causefor it has been difficult to fill the com- Â¬ Outdoing others Outdoing ourselves in value giving Qreator Bar in July 1865 Mr Gladstone alarm 1r At Havana Svlvestor Scovol panies After they are filled more election Mr gains more Bargains than ovor before Wo are soiling choapor bocauso Offerings this week about At Madrid delay in mustering them in gives was returned for South Lancashire Hhds wo aro soiling more Wo havo fct Mr AE Hougbtou de- Â¬ After the death of Lord Palmer v the homesick boys a chance to QUOTATIONS At Washington sert No regiment is yet completed ston he became leader of the House Low lugs 2 00f 2f60 Hats trimmed in the latest styles Mr Stephen Bonsai and few of the companies have their of Commons retaining the Chan- Â¬ Common lugs 2 50 3 60 At Now York Sailors in all the new shapes and colors cellorship of the Exchequer in Mediumluga 8 00 4 50 full rosters Mr Morton Watkius second administra- Â¬ Good lugs 6 50 4B0 Lord Russells Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming 6 50 Low leaf 6J60 tion Vt The Alabama the big battleship THE NEWS OF THE DAY IN Have you seen our line of new belts 6 B0 7150 Common leaf Â¬ launched this week is to be one of On the resignation of Mr Dis Medium leaf 8 50 1050 Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corsets 11 00 THE POST DISPATCH the best warships ailoat She is raelis ministry in December 1868 Good loaf 1400 Hosiery- - handkerchiefs etc Gladstone succeeded that Fine Leaf 14 B0 15J40 Bargains speak for themselves the first of the three new shins of Mr None offered 1G cents n week soven days if de Lord of the Selections type the other two being the statesman as First her livered by agout CO ceuts a mouth Wisconsin and the Illinois The Treasury and for the last 30 years if sent by mail Will Receive Bids general dimensions of the Alabama his public career had been the most at the mouth of ihe We will be class are as iouows Lengtn over illustrious in English history On March 3 Mr Gladstone in an Locust lane near Beverlv KyM on WANTED AN IDEASftSSSfig all 374 feet bredth 72 feet free Monday May 23 1898 at 9 a m thing t they may board forward 20 feet freeboard audience with the Cjueen gave up to give specifications to those who brliiB to patent Protoot your IrtoaB WEDDKR you wealth Wrlto JOHN of office A successful desire to bid on contract for grad Â¬ nullN CO Patent Attorneys Washington turret 13 feet 3 the seals abaft the after was performed two ing metaling and re metaling the 1 O for thojr 1800 prteo offer inches draught 23 feet 6 inches operation Â¬ from the end Palmyra The months later by which the cataract myra pikeroadLiberty churchof Pal displacement 11520 tons to guaranteed speed is to be 16 knots was removed His long connection Right reserved to reject any and Â¬ V 1 and the estimated liorseppwer with the House of Commons termi nil bils Do you expect to do any pa JWQ V 0W0FEY A porincr maximum thickness of nated in 1895 as he did not seek re- Â¬ Bond vou f reo 10000 The Wo will Comr f TJJOR IL MpR a largo selection of samplos from Sc election Will have a fcvr Choice summer patterns on displayarmor on the water line of 16 per roll up All new colorings and iter Since that period Mr Gladstone inches tapering to 9 inches at the Hummer Kxojjrilon Ilte novelties up to date WE PAY 01 took any part in public af Â¬ WEDNESDAY MAY bottom of the belt The casemate rarely The I OK It will kqII summer FREIGHT Wa want an ageut A armor is 5 inches thick and the fairs follows in every town to soil on commission excursion tickets as if vSee them before buying 80o from largo uamplu pooka o capital Mr nrfd Mr Gladstone left Lon Coruloun Springs and return Hiiperstructure armor is of the 3 170 required For samplos or particulars same thickness The armor of the don fpr Cannes Nov 25 1897 and Dawson Springs and return 80 aUUreq 15 inches arrived at the latter place three Critteaden Spgs aud return 13 inch gun turrets is Grayson Sdrfmra und return 580 tliicjf except the no A hole plfte day later Whey remained there Uaturn limit 90 day from dai of 3C M jJBMWooii Agt wwks1 and the mU M c747 7MYluUi lv MME FLEUHftTE for nearly tf Y OHy which is 17 inches M Frr Month 00 LEU WKEK JV AE J Z S Tl The Great Hopkinsville Mecca 5OlE up-to-da- Jpor 1- - Jf s w mil Economical Rtivers T1TTTJT JTUJDJULLJUh 01 See Suits -- - -- v we have Ik M All tie Latest Styles - - r Remember the PlaceNext Door to Hardwicks Ladies and Chidrens Slippers 2 TWO SO AT J Lcjk LF PRICE 150 200 PAIRS Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers Middle-of-the-roa- CUT PRICE 40c 50c 65c and 75c 75 CTS Little Giant CUT PRICE 40 50 65 Price REMEMBER Clothing 15c MAMMOTH It J LOTHIISTG O SHOE CO THE PALACE w - 1 Millinery Millinery Â¬ f0 i - - - Â¬ Mrs Ada Hayne THE W ALL PAPER LEADER 4 jM - -- S Wolf - jL I It m - 1 l m A TJtAGKDY M TlMt mhimi urn ii i n mu fltfR tlFB THIS AND THAT A pet gont belonging to Owen Mc Hopklnsvlllc Produce Tlfctkct Caflh prices Gachcra of Elizabeth N J playfully ot its horns Down on Fourth rratme there ia butted its owner and one nentruted ah artory in McGaclflWs i tmfdl girl whose life it a tragedy continuous performance too leg causing a flow of blood which re Â¬ tod She told a good natured old gentle sulted in death With a switch in his hand JLlarry sain about it the other1 day when ho Vanderwater of AVallkill N Y tried rent into her fathers shop to buy to battlo a nest of hornets iiie i canary A bird shop is a confusing insects with upon him and stuug turned tort of place and the old gentleman pandered about in a dazed near Â¬ him so severely that death resulted sighted way listening to tho pro- Â¬ within a week In Franco women are admitted as prietors account of the virtues of bird Finally ho took a fancy students in the universities oh tho each to an aggressive canary that hurled same conditions as men and tire eligi- Â¬ torrents of musical defiance at tho ble for tho diplomas conferred on mala Tho owner of studontB In Belgium there is a statu- Â¬ ffould be purchaser shop was called awny for a few tory equality for men and women It the moments and presently the old gen- Â¬ is the same in Holland and statistics tleman became conscious of a scrap show that the number of women of a girl who was looking at him out Btudents is steadily increasing A citizen just returned from Paris of big tearful eyes Please thir said a quavering describes a very ingenious device that little voice Then it stopped in sheer has been adopted there for Use in cabs fright Itian register that indicates the exact Whats the matter dearie asked distance automatically the cab trqvols the old gentleman who hnd grand- Â¬ on a trip and at the end displays the amount of tho legal faro f or that dis- Â¬ children nt home en- Â¬ tance for the information ofthe pas- Â¬ Tho dearie was so distinctly couraging that the child plucked up senger courage M Louis Qenari a lawyer of Nice Pleath thir buy another one not made an excursion toward the Italian thith one frontier near Brcll taking a camera Why mustnt I buy this one with him As nothing was heard of Tho tears left the eyes and trickled him inquiries were made am it hns down either side of an absurd little been ascertained that M Gencri was nose arreBtcd by Italian carabineers If s always that way the forlorn charged with being a spy He is im- Â¬ little maid wailed Thutht ath prisoned at Genoa thoon ath I love them real much Mrs W Stevens of New Ilaven thomebody comth and buyth them while temporarily deranged drew all Im tho tired of getting uthed to new her money GQ0 from the bank and oneth Thith ith the witheat one of went to the First 13aptist church all and I want to keep him myBelffho where sho recklessly threw 300 on I do tho plate The remaining 300 she She put a few inches of soiled ker Â¬ contributed to the Grace Methodist chief to her eyes and tho canary church The money was cubsequent shrieked his opinion of old brutes ly returned to Mrs Stevens husband whq made little girls cry Fruit growers of Michigan who get Why bless my soul I exclaimed tired of trying to turn off agents of the old gentleman remorsefully Chicago commission merchants have You do have an awful life dont taken to accepting the stencil plates Now dont you worry Im bearing tho names and addresses of you not going to buy this canary tho merchants which these agents The woebegone face brightened proffer on the understanding that the and she smiled at him gratefully growers full crop is to be shipped to Then she relapsed into gloom the house whose stencil lie accepted Thomebody elth will she prophe- Â¬ One enterprising grower has 122 of sied dismally N Y Sun the plates DUDE RISKED HIS LIFE That Ho ft taattaiMto PwiirMM -- X Fft CMuy paid by Hopldnavillo merchants Bacon Hams country Shoulders Sides Mh 45o 06Jo 5 7J8o I tFf 9kfkMfmmmmkiikykkkikdidiii -- - wnwiMinwoMwM wvm wyvVvVvvvlvvs wVvwiWJUvr3wV X fmT POO Lard J0fl lGd Country ProdUco Buttor Eggs Beeswax Tallow - 3 -- BoSaa h rr C fa 4 rri m ro w tp Bt3 tn 1 opc h ff SoiO00 a BP w i wo s ft m n JW UJ U PC - srep D fTV- o a rT3 a rl co s w - r pr erg a m i rf BOJ 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rz totlCOi m CO -- oifsb a O P4 kfla t l ii 9 CO BJSc B Vegotables New potatoes per bushel Cabbage per barrel Official War Book 2 O t t re BOc B to J S C3 w 0P p tn C3 o CO pa B SosP 2 S S Oi cn -w rnO Br 50c 00 K J5 B cn 5iJ O by Congressman James Rankin YoungAll about the war with Spain the Navy all defenses Bat tleships etc Portraits and biog raphies of Dewey and all prominent officers Nearly 600 pages Mass Marvelously cheap ive volume Only authentic Best authorship official book Experience not neo essary Any body can sell it La i 4 I -- o o tjcj o ar a 01 C3 - re S3 3 3 n -- t CO re C3 foS n3 O r P e- in g i 3 ST MJU Wa -- OT O fW O fc1 W r r- 00 rr mw CD I PB L SS m cn cn cs ro Sag Pja cn 5 - SBpa 05 5 aTftf cn O M -O WO CD I itZ rn S CO o 03 io Se Ol Cb o Sol 2 CD H- tn - jo - BB 2 3 OW oq O reo B- to J3 Jn CD a co Scn CO- pKnn Si kiC KliO coJi- boot g ot - cp P K -W - CO w O ST re g 0 CO IKCS ST re j cd os re JSSb- to o o i fW o 0 LyttooS CL -- n o 3 o rd a o c cn ro f 5 o 2 co s 2 ore 3 n- Hi tog S8gS ro coo co 2T PO -- o 5 in A REPORTERS TALE Lean on His Might Fix Up That Lovoly Complexion of Hla Once He Invited Dana to Own Breakfast It is said that women have been known to take their curl papers down before they made their escape from a burning house but the height of dud ishness remains to be fastened upon a Kansas City young man who was re- Â¬ cently surprised by an alarm of fire in his boarding house This young man is everywhere fa mous for his beautiful complexion His cheeks are pink his forehead white as marble and his lips cherry red Some of his enemies say that it is artificial but tho girls swear to its naturalness One morning a little less than a week ago tho cook attempted to light the fire with kerosene oil The usual thing happened and part of the Her screams kitchen was ablaze roused the landlady and she rushed from one door to the other awakening her boarders and bidding them flee from the burning house The dudish young man occupied the second story back room She pounded on his door and thought she heard him respond When all the boarders were assembled in the front yard waiting for the fire department to put out the blaze the D Y M was missed Good gracious hes still asleep I shouted tho landlady Wont some one go up and breakjn his door There was really but little danger tho fire being confined to the kitchen and one of tho boarders took it upon himself to savo the missing ones life Ho pounded at the door with his boot heel and when still no response came he pressed his shoulder against it and brolca it in There in front of tho mirror stood tho dudish young man with a powder puff in one hand and a piece of chamois in the other fixing up that lovely complexion of hia St Louis Republic 1 Stories of the Stage never forget the first time I had a conversation with the late Charles A Dana said the old re porter according to uie uosion d our nal I had gone on the staff of the evening edition of his paper the day after it started with Amos J Cum mings as managing editor I had never met Mr Dana About two weeks after I went to work I was sent by Cummings to report a murder trial in the court of general sessions The trial lasted for several days I was liv- Â¬ ing in Harlem One day I overslept myself and started downtown with- Â¬ out having eaten any breakfast so that I would get to court in time to report the trial I rode down on the Third avenue L When the train stopped at Thirty fourth street a big man entered and plumped himself down in a seat beside me His right shouldor pressed back against my left shoulder and his pi bow was in my ribs I was in a bad humor and I said to him in a sarcastic way I beg pardon but have you had your breakfast Yes sir I have he said pleas antly Ill dies as successful as gentlemen We are the largest subscription book hrm in America Write us Fifty persons are employed in our correspondence department alone to serve vou Our book is hist out Get agency now and be first in the field Large 50c War Map in col- Â¬ ors free with book or outfit Other valuable premiums Tremendous seller Biggest money maker ever known Most liberal terms guar anteed Agents make S7 to 28 per day Twenty days credit given Freight paid Full book sent free prepaid to agents 145 Splendid sample outfit and full instructions free for nine 2 cent stamps to pa postage Mention this paper Mqnrok Book Co Dept M Chicago 111 5i 3c cn S 255 3- ro - co S 2o n re w B 2B3 1o S c re CD g oi mt-B-r- r- - 3og3o re - re jr ST cocra OC 0 i 1 ro gMS T -- 5cr- - -- oq cn 03 SH 3 -CO -cfBc prj3-0g- nB a 5 re re src ijB o re COO SJO lB arrm 9H 0 B CO I 53 E- fa ro re i eTaoa en Si in ft SO O r3 re cn re o 2 tn re ov JTa ETP re 0 CO P o s re T EI ro Jp 5 5n a CT tn m 1 tn CO g 8 tore 0i cd b i 8 oi r m w c co rrt 2 n ro old o oTa 2 rei re n cn o I 03 BoB ttre 2 ro cr 2 3 O 1 to O CJ tn en so a j re 3 2BTRJ crcoS orcj re to P ra m m- o ro CO - era tn cr o 2 P 13 pio Pre 3 cr Mjio o CO 5a 3 ra cocVs w b g1 0 p 3 B cT BtO o ma ro 0 co CO r o on i 3 SIS 2 ET- Qj rri 5o r-- m O T era ro to ao Pi - J fil L- i CD -- P 33 OB CO PB re S0 i a c cn - M DO S too oTP 7 OSn si ro cn re -- 3 re ro T3 3 to 0 re co s to cro cn 5 - 3 w ro o 82oSc r OcPi S 3 J5 CJ O 03 co rqs wm S B- - a 2 re 03 - B 2 J cp 1 go l aj 33 ro c K B M cn re cn 5w t3 re tn re CD e iffcj Cm P B ro re Japan Will Not Protest Washington May 19 Mr Torn Hoshi the Japanese minister call ed on Secretary Day and denied to him the statements that Japan would or had protested against tin occupation of the Philippines bj the United States Mr Hoshi aft erward said for publication that the reports to that effect were bas ed on nothing more than wild and unwarranted rumors 15 -- tn tn re tn OT3 83 Pj o 3 i tn v 1 re m re 03 tg PM T3 - B B O Cj cn cn s Jm -It re gCO re EJ O to JL O tO P o 0 o rol re td CO 20 sr a cn B tra B5 3 cn 5- - H ro CO 2 - S pp I- - 03 i re B tn O re 2 era b ro o o to co o re re ro B PB JS CD cn ro cn tn tn O cs i E 2 coa O co 03 re re s taa p P EW 03 o r- w --t ro TB re Ot B re coS cn rare P3 o B O 5S S BJQ - B aj 0D O re J to CO 8- - 5 -- n S o 3 o J 3 03 3 a tn L V o -03 1 R f ti B 03 o re 1 OI B 3 ro ro re re ro Brei ot o re 1 tr cn era re E o or Ool o B l3 cn I re cn oi ro -i a B 5- - i I Well I havent had mine Will you kindly lean the growled other way Illf nsvi ate Co Of AND THE Certainlysir he said Thank you ci t lime but felt rather than saw thnUthe man was loqking hard at mq I glanced at his face for the first time arid was horrified to find the cold bluish gray eyes of Charles A Dana fastened on me I sat there reading for some Uditnii i iip Have oponetl up their show rooms for thOiBoaaon in tho Largest Auction Sale V M The first regular comedv in the English language was Ralph Roister Doistor It wis written by Nicolas TJdall and printed anonymously in 15G0 Its authorship ww not ascer Â¬ tained till 1818 Roister doister was a proverbial term for a hare Â¬ Among tho chari brained fellow I remember it ho said Tntt acterainthopieceareMatthew Merry youre mistaken about one thing I greek Madgo knew who you wcro perfectly woll Garvin Goodluck Tibet Talkapace Mumblecrust Ive been watching your work ever ntA pretty uncomfortable but I of tho hitest improved didnt know me or that I wasv on his paper I kept out of his way Gas Ranges For Sale for six months One night the boys gave a farewell At Cost Price dinner to Cummings when ho went Or Will Be Reutecit to congress Mr Dana presided I At tlie Nominal Sunt of was called on to say something and I felt happy enough to tell how I told Stoo IJcr Year i Mr Dana to lean on his own break- Â¬ i Aro nlso ngouts for tho GEN- fast UINE WJELSBJGH LAMP The old man leaned hack in his chair and laughed heartily The finest Light in existonco fenow he HOWE BUILDING street whore they Imvo vrt Main n stock real estate property ever made in Hopkinsville And the greatest chance to buy valuable property will be I felt ON MONDAY MAY 23 at 3 Oclock on nil tho lino city proportyf the Into HON E P CAMPBELL will bo offered nt public miction to tho high oatlbiddor without rosorve Thia ia tho elognut property on West Seventh Htreot betwoon tho romdoneoa of Dr E RvCopk nud MrH E V Gnnt pnd extending from Seventh to Fourth or Brond street V yilhbooTprod for fmlo nud wijl goto tho highest bidder na tho eatnto must bo aottlod nt onco Upon the center lot1la8itimtod tho aplondid reaidonce which ia ono of tho most doairnblo in tho city DONT MISS THIS OPPOR TUNITY TO PURCHASE THE MOST VxVLUABLE PROPERTY EVER OFFERED AT YOUR OWN PRICE i IB4 TWELVE BEAUTIFUL LOTS W L N TIME TABLEi um Christian OHAH Co- - Abstract Co Agt lunnip TRAINS SOOTn vCALIv AT ABSTRACT OFFICE ANI John Stites Executor SEE PLAT Alnnn o n1 TV Uir - since Evidently from these uoughtio names air uaau musi navo neeniuo Charley Hoyt of his time Time and Importance iMBitles of the Inanimate St No No No RB BS Jutf listen how that stcampipc puffs Np ni filFnat NOUirtiUodtll10tp Mnil nopkinsvillo Ac G1B Fast Lino fC0 BlH pm ii m OATLETT atiABENOE nu ri V M It takes time and labor to do any- - pipo --Indianapolis Journal ining oi reai consequence remarjteo IIWI tho man who poses a a sago Willing to Diapeusa with Brass Id sajd tho shinglo on proofs TRAINS NORTII have you knqw pnifjed tho Chicngo Limited Ovlfi n m that my work is exhausting No 92 St Lull Ex mail 105l8nm No B2 t No It No 46 r6 HopkiiiHVillo Ac 82r p m 94g p n Fust Lino rtgaa wo Wildly Youre gf Ulng ayejiy had that may b tlwr general rule ortk bound Ht Louli ana JuioiKt a r8 reputation Youll lose it entirely if iroliis livu ltroutcli U ulua solid and m eften Vftat it seems to ma that th more - Ilimortarif a hill hi tWIftoa Jm h you keop on iTatLlMB stona onlysl Importnilf aUtlopr Ua hwugh IuIIbub elM J wini l cquw Jjetroit jqwt inti oroitn T WWRUU -HMWWMRMmiMP Nulivllla AcqonuidtilloH run en C k i IPS SSvryAu a TTr 11 Uhe PQUDiHpittih wfthts an Agent in every hamlet every village every town every city This is the opportunity of alifetime to e8tablfh and a profitable biiKinesH It costs nothing- to try You can get the support of your leading citizens who will be only glad to sec you start The Post Dispfltch is in great demand Its a great paper Its a Wo hnva concluded to gq intpf bus member of the Associated Press No other St Louis evening paper en- Â¬ iuosa for ouraolvoa niui offer our aer joys this distinction The Post Dispatch has war correspondents at all ylcoa to tho public ftttho nlostF roaaj points of interest and with the lleets now in the Pacific andCubaivwuterfi onublo prices Paper hangtaglf Bpeiv By limil only 60 ccntH a moth ifiltyt All work gunrnntood Writy at once for particulars Address Leave ordei s ut G us Youngs THE POST DISPATCH St Louf Mp Tiluilirmn H19 rliicrMt Formerly with Forbes A CATLETT HARRIS rol ml PAINTERS PAPER HANGERS - - lt t J V r W tf rl u U fv cc isii i ifffiitfiivn SJJiffigftB GitAVBS OFHEROBS Continued from first page withfcctetftdnacity to the setiti meat tluit the lives which wore lost inlcfenscof the principles which were at stake were as truly aacri- ficettpmthe altar of patriotism as h W SWv The peo Â¬ nalsv of humah struggles States of ple of the Confederate America Were not actuated by sud but djju and passionate Impulses bygthe enlightened understanding F wfDabney on East 7th street and profound love of principles They discuss the great English LivrIghJs and policies which were to relatives at IIiintsvilleAla landscape painter Turner triem the true tntreprctation of the Squire M B King- a loyal vet Â¬ Drs J T Reddick and H Tt cpnstitution of their government tineran of Church Hill was presenj Rivers will become proprietors of derthc old flag and when they yesterday at the memorial exer Hin TlnvrltAVliifn Tnfirmnn sit Pni found it necessary in their view to j j 8 cises TJr TTrnnlf Rnvd 1innli in cnrrnnrl fcseW their connection with thcFed- MrD M Whitakerf ofCask who was appointed surgeon of thfc iVaiiUniqn they did so because was in the city yesterday to attend Third Kentucky Regiment of Vol- Â¬ they believed firmly that their in Â¬ geri the memorial exercisesat the cem unteers utterly times Thus war promoted a alienable civil rights were v it action uineand general religious feeling etery SV imperiled and the time for Lucas Dulin the five year old It was a great and trust in God Mr E E Wash of Wjiljonia hadj come The proof of this is on of Mr- - and Mrst L L Dulin of tC force in holding the body one of Trigg countysftmost pros died at his parentshomefive miles clearly sqen in tne organization 01 people steady to the prac- Â¬ perous planters wasjj in the cltyi South of the city at 2 oclock yester Â¬ a government of admirable quality Southern of intelligent social civil and II vnfftvlri v moral of a consti- Â¬ tices intejlectual and day morning The body was irt to produce in its pure life and did much Miss Amanda Ewing of White tution thoroughly republican erred at the home place yesterday and complete acqui dements and form of an articulit that general issues of the war by Plains Hopkins county who fjhat lfternoon eS system of State and National in- Â¬ scence in the scheme of the sep- Â¬ been visiting Mrs J E Wells j left Rev J B Anderson of Madison- Â¬ terests and policies of an army of which the whole arate confederacy was destroyed yesterday for Madisonville to at Â¬ ville was elected president and the best and bravest men possible States restored to their tend a session of the Hopkins Coun- Rev B J Garrott secretary J loAie enlisted in maintenance of its and the She Kvill Union Nev- Â¬ ty Teachers Institute in W Waddell was appointed on the cause led by commanders whose places the Federal er was there a grander scene than return to spend the summer with enrollment and C T Vaughari on eminent military ability and marvel of magnificent people accepti- Â¬ Mrs Wells the finance committee J W Davis excellence are recognized by Chris that a Mrs Becky Levy Jacobus of preached last night The delegates ng1 with marvelous grace the Utter tendom provision for whose support gov- Â¬ Nashville is visiting- her mother present number about 150 wljo was most cheerfully made not by breaking down of their grand Levy Mrs Jac6bus have been assigned homes alone but ernmental house and the reunion Mrs Fleurette thejcentral government citizens in full meas Â¬ is well known and very popular in by every state in the Confederacy of States and Garland B Jefferson filed his flag this city having appeared here in by counties cities towns neighbor- Â¬ ure of responsibility under the commission from the Governor in for several operas riven by local tal hoods families and individual men of those with whom thev had No ent She is the possessor of a the County Court last Friday and years been in deadly conflict and women and the objects of sweet soprano voice qualified as Police Judge of the whose bloody and waisting conte- Â¬ Mexico or South America for then marvelously fidelity met Mrs Jacobus will sing afsolo at city of Cadiz W C White and Ar ntion were kept boldly forward be Â¬ Patience wisdom and thur C Burnett are his sureties Â¬ church Sunday fore all the world through a period every offer of equal rights and bur Grace Episcopal Judge Jefferson has been studying 4 of the of four stormy years Such was the dens restored on the part A Pleasant Party law for a year and is in a position julepth of their convictions and such United States and so with steady to make the town a splendid judic- Â¬ D Ware enter ijjvas the power of their purposes step and indomitable will they Mr and Mrs J of duty and labor taineda number of friendslast night ial officer Telephone Tlhat they never yielded nor surren present the path Judge R P Turnley will operate Vdered until physical exhaustion with self respect and honor with complimentary to MrsJohnClardy genuine faith and signal ability of Gracey and her guests1 Misses Cerulean Springs during- the com- Â¬ y forced the dire necessity upon their the eyes of j unwilling spirits It is something bearing their past to generations Aline Cleveland ofof Houston Texas ing season He will probably have Owensboro and a partner with him but who it will history and the coming Maliza Moore f of a national and military wonder of men working out a noble destiny Mamie Massie of Vernon Texas be has not yet been made public that a body of people situated as Â¬ The guests were Misses Mary The opening will be about the mid- Â¬ of the Southern by honest toil and independent conwere the citizens States almost without anything as duct providing for their own help Barbour Mary Flack Edith Boul dle of June Judge Turuey is a munition of war and without an less ones and building up the com- Â¬ ware Belle Moore Madge Fair clever gentleman and will certain army should be able to embattle a mon country by the works of leigh Let Fairleigh Willie Rust ly make a splendid host at this i Cadizi mighty host gradually provide it genuine manhood which commands and Eva Nash Messrs TdmVFair popular summer resort Bob Wooldridge leigh Henry Telephone arms and ammunition and the respect of the world t with V And now as we turn to the ex Â¬ Tandy Harry Bryan Jack Moore con- Â¬ maintain a fierce and powerful 3aither West Tobacco Sales flict with a far inferior foe possess- Â¬ isting conditions we feel that the Wallace Kelly Rodger Harrison scene is thoroughly inspiring The Howe Wallace and Will Trice ed of illimitable resources in mon- Â¬ Leaf 9hhds from 1075 to 1375 ey facilities and men and prolong exigencies of the country have call 21 from 850 to 1075 37 from 000 Board of Equalizers to 850 hhds lug at from 235 to that struggle with such astonishing ed forth the patriotism of the whole The City Board of Equalization 500 displays of skill power and endur- Â¬ country and we see the North and Charles ance It seemsincredible that 60 the South with a broad enthusi Â¬ consisting of Messrs DAILY MARKET REPORT 000 men could withstand the on- Â¬ asm emulating the best days of the Xnight Ed Blakemore and R M republic in response to the call of Hurt met yesterday and will slaughts of 2000000 other men and Corrected Daily Uyllflii KawllOH ltitnlcer keep the camp fires burning and the President for troops to fight remain in session several days mill lJrolctirJIoiilcluRvlUQ Ky the necessary supplies at hand for the battle of humanity and mercy They will make a careful inspec- Â¬ effective and invincible service as in 18G1 we gave our boys for the tion of the city assessors books and ClilcngpAInrket It is an evidence of the courage in- Â¬ conflict so in 1898 Others are re- Â¬ fix a date in the near future for Opg IIigt Closing tegrity and devotion of the Ameri- Â¬ sponding to the proclamation and hearing complaints and grievances July Wheat 1 06 07tf 1 07 can character as especially exem- - not now as then for war between 1 40 Cash Wheat Miss Grahams Guests f pliiied by the citizen soldiery of the States but side by side in the 35 35 36K Miss Katie Graham the popular July Corn Manhood common struggle for the liberty the Southern States 26 26 July Oats Ay never had a harder illustration or happiness and general well being and accomplished daughter of Mr July Pork It is a and Mrs T L Graham is giving manifested a firmer faith in- a cause of the oppressed people 6 70 6 67 thing to be living to day a house party this week at her July Lard 6 62 which was believed to be just hon- Â¬ happy 6 37 6 47 6 37 Ribs and witness the glorious position beautiful home near Casky Her July orable and right IV Another most important ele- Â¬ and development of our happy guests are Misses Susie McCombs ment in the character and action of land And while we enter heartily Alma Paine Mary Garnett and the men who wrought the results into the spirit of this occasion- and Susie Williams of Pembroke and Entirely new and first class in all we honor to day is that of their re- Â¬ lay our tributes of followers on Bessie Garth of Trenton respects Excellent sample roome ligious faith and practice A spec grass grown graves with tender and service uuequallod in the city Gen Merritts army to occupy the On Double Car Line ial examination of that subject memories that never die we stand Philippines will be composed of 5 C F L F Kleideher Props by the flag which is the symbol of which it has been my privilegelate 000 regulars and 9000 volunteers Henderson Ky ly to make has deeply impressed our countrys honor and happiness and lite our heartiest prayers fo me with the definite controlling and sustaining nower of the relicion of God for the success of arms that the people of theSouth If this was shall quickly and finally bring the suitable occasion I should be about peace The Columbia Chainless Dr De Witt concluded his elo Â¬ glad to read to you a record which I have made on this subiect to set quent address by readingthe beau forth to your sympathetic hearts tiful poem from the pen of a North- Â¬ The Blue and the the prevailing influence of the Bible ern lady which tells how the ladies gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ Gray and in the whole history personality of Mississippi decorated the graves conduct and public career civil of Confederates and Federals alike and military of the people and gov Â¬ thus paying a beautiful and touch- Â¬ ernment of the Confederate States ing tribute to American valor and ln brief Bible societies wereorgan heroism ized and thousands of Bjbles tes- Â¬ Capt C D Bell of Bell Station taments and tracts were printed and circulated newspapers pub attended the Confederate Memorial lished and distributed by tens of services yesterday Chaplains ministers thousands special Missionaries served the armies An army church was or CUT THIS OUT- ganized by the ministers of all de Â¬ nominations incessant labors were Is a Grand Success One 3 lb Can best Torna performed many many thousand toes for 7 cents if presented men were converted in the armies and tho ouly ehniuless that has givon success and has proven it- From Generals down to Corporals with this coupon m solf ao We hnvo thorn on exhibition as well m a number of Co- and privates became Christians lumbin make of chain whools from 2 to 75 Good only for one day Wo carry tho beat assortment of Bicyole Sundries and fio- - w Sunday Schools anti swearing so- pairing cf all kiuds Wo do all kinds of expert repairing all work TM villi It nk tmuu iilClICM DILHV CU VltM icuwiiy Friday May I9th m promptly done Wo are headquarters for Gas Bicycle Lftmn wr organized systematic book nurt Carbite Give us a call Your to plsaso CO W TVCO0PER J1 and trace distribution carried on and every practicable institution j E ML Red Froat gtjiblihed and worked to bring1 jllg4on to bear on the whple popu -- anyjwmctlvcrc cvergixenin tie fensc of justice and right in tne an- - lation art specially the arm The churches and people stf Howie during the war kept a volume mighty volume of prayer as Â¬ cending to God ajmpst incessantly rpsident rfaclle principle Tho a devout Christian and almost ws every man uout him was Lcc Johnston Jackson Bragg Hood Hili Stuart and Stcwartf Gordon Lowcry nearly every great gener Â¬ al and subprdinate without number wcJrc Christian menhundrcds of them ilving and dying with demo-Â¬ tion to Christ and to the country Cromwell Hornldjk they loved Iron Wolscly and the Gordon but there Duke were Christians is no record of such national apd continental religious - work under them as was under Robert E Lcq Presi Â¬ Johnston and Joseph proclamations Commanding dential Generalorders and State Governors proclamations provided for fast and thariksirivinir days at various 0HMjO6MP i HEJ03 AND TM EIRE Mrs Thomac Ward of Beverly Bpent yesterday in the city Mrs W H Jefferson pf i puth Christian was in the city yepter day j Mr and Mrst John Thtirmanfof Gracej were chopping intlie cfty yesterday -i I Ed R Bogard and R g Caroth crs Qf Lafayette were sin the fcjiy yesterday j Mrs W E Rives iBhhome aCici a pleasant visit to relative at Trenton I Mio John Bullard has returned after a pleasant ten days visit to fi Private boarding by Mrs M E Wills at W W Ware place 11 you want nice strawberries dortt forget to call on Chas Dattilo for he always carries a nice line of them and also a nice line of French candies No 205 South Main street Ammunition That Brings Down The BusinessFrom any shelf vince you of this Here Arc a - The Western Kentucky Sunday of the colored Baptists began a four days sea sion at the Main Street Baptist cnurcn yesteruay j The Bohemian Art clnb will hicet this afternoon at2 oclock with Mrs School Convention Best Goods FairestPnices 1P Of TTOv and good j Q Ladies jersey ribbed counter or conÂ¬ tabic in tjie store we can iM Examples 25c A a yard aJ wo fancy rcss gds stylish a yard for a line of splendid new novelties vests low neck no sleeves ADC ladies fine bleached Jisle vests faced neck and arms Mens Of quality fine seamless socks fast black and mixtures soft fine guage O Â¬ 4OC Mens handsome madras laundered negligee shirts Ladies gauge fast black seamless hose Equal to I Vj goods elsewhere JJ I Childrens fine fast black and tan hose double knee 40 M 25c - Jj JLOC Pira Jj AA Equal to 25c goods elsewhere All linen towels good size excellent quality if 2J and handsome a yarc Simpsons black and white fancy satines and in- digo blue prints Extra value satine strip corsets 2 side steels per- Kj feet fitting splendid amoskeag A F C fine dress ginghams in new effects jf - 0 Sny iJ Nail the -- Colors To the For we will fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man survives Now is the time for action as it is daily being proven that to the victor belongs the spoils Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure the spoils in as much as we furnlsli them with by far the best goods for the money Mast fa - NO Hotel Henderson - SURRENDER Is still our motto and we maintain the fight against all competiÂ¬ tion A steady bombardment has effected some of our out ports but has left some of our main lines in tact and we arc still fortified with big lots of Â¬ WEAR RESISTED SHOES -- Stfic FOR MEN AT O0 PAIR Leader shoes for ladies at 150 pair Elegant silk vesting top shoes for ladies at 200 pair Yours for peace or war and always for trade - PETREE 5 COMPANY r 9 Ml J Z g g i THE a fr DAILY V- - 1 1 - KENTUCKIAN jjii MOSS tiiiiiii CO Ouly 10 Qetits a vrcu ni your aoor bv fMrCioc 1 Wekf us v sir ft SF