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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l IP1 i J a jLr t t VOLJ NO 20 HOPKINSVILLE KY SATtfDAY MORNING MAY 21 1898 1 PEIOE 2 CENTS FURTHER DETAILS OF COD MIDDLE following telegram was received don Nelson was elected as Captain from Gov Bradley last night j With R C Payne First Lieutenant Frankfort Ky May 20 andCharles Prowse as Second Lieu Â¬ These names were sent in to Governor Bradley for approval is that a large majority of the Company do and commission This the Gover- Â¬ not desire to go to war There nor refused and appointed Noel are now only thirty in camp Gaines of Frankfort to be Captain Havent commissioned any one to command that Com and Dr II L Casey of Lexington pany as there is no one there to be First Lieutenant placing Chalrman--Informatio- Dr Andrew Sargent n tenant OTIS SAILS FOR MANILA T0DAY Will Take 14000 Troops and Six Months Rations Captured those remaining she Resolutions at a Meeting of agreed that recommissioned to a should be to command Cen Collier Payne as Second Lieutenant authorized Caines to recruit to When they learned this to day fill up the Company and - Citizens Yesterday Patriotic Principles Sacrificed to Petty Polit ical Preferences officially Cen Collier says that Capt Feland requested not follow Gaines The reasons that he should order him to stated are that he was proceed with such members once tried by Court Martial for of Co D as did not desire to enlist to Hopkinsville and re- Â¬ using the money paid to the Frankorganize a company for State fort company for services at the Guard Service and this being Jackson and Walling hanging that true you should address your he was indicted in the Godfrey Hun complaint to Capt Feland and those who desire to- go home ter bribery affair at Frankfort rather than to me during the hot senatorial contest Â¬ members of the company almost man declared that they would Â¬ Spanish Ships Are legitimate W O BRADLEY CONFLICTING REPORTS Feland Was Fired Says Adjutant General Collier Governor Bradley Too Has Something to Say Bradley had appointed his man Gaines which showed him ununderstrapper Noel Gaines to com- fit to command a company of gentlemand the company over the pro men or even to be their associates tests of the men who had chosen The Committee on resolutions reGov Â¬ Â¬ In the city court room yesterday the status of affairs with the comafternoon a large number of citi- Â¬ pany The Chairman said he thought zens gathered and organized into the men who had volunteered their a mass meeting for the purpose of services at their countrys call expressing some sentiments re Â¬ should havethe right tochoose their garding the trouble in company D own Captain a man of whom they There was great indignation in knew something He then gave some very interesting imfqrmation the city when it was learned that of Â¬ touching the military record the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Capt Gordon Nelson to the position ported the following which were after Capt Feland had been order- Â¬ read by Judge Hanbery received ed home or had resigned as the with applause and unanimously i case may be adopted The friends of the boys who have Whereas In times like these their services to their coun Â¬ when every city and community is offered try felt that some expression from sending forth their young men to home in the form of resolutions of answer their countrys call in a sympathy and commendation were struggle which should enlist the That they should have re- Â¬ due sented the unwarranted interfer- Â¬ ence of the Executive was but nat Â¬ ural and the manly stand in refusing to be they took a man in under mustered of Gaines character from a differ- Â¬ ent section of the State who had nothing in common with them met with the hearty approval of their fathers and friends at home The meeting wis exceedingly conservative and nothing was said duriugthe proceedings regarding Capt Feland and the numerous re- Â¬ ports that have been discussed up- Â¬ on the streets reflecting upon his conduct while at Camp Collier Judge Brown called the meeting to order and moved the election of Judge Hanbery as temporary Chair- Â¬ man Upon taking the chair Judge Hanbery said that the object of the meeting was to bring influence to bear upon the Governor in order to induce him to allow Company D to choose its own officers He thought that the meeting should be presided over by a gentleman who was close to the Governor and whose name would have weight with the Execu- Â¬ tive To this end he moved the election of Dr Andrew Sargent as permanent Chairman The nomi Â¬ nation of Dr Sargent was received with applausjv ajul he was chosen unanimously -fe Dr Sargent BaUlthat lie was heartily in sympathy wfhtliob jects of the meeting and would co operate with any movements thai would assist in carrying out the wishes of our gallant boys aC Frankfort 1wMnti TMnMlIV T11 urn ci W1IU HI1 L1 till UtH HO operation of all patriotic Ameri- Â¬ cans we the citizens of Hopkins ville in mass convention assembled deplore the unfortunate disruption of the Latham Light Guards Com- Â¬ pany D composed of the best young men of our city now in It is Camp Collier Lexington therefore Resolved By this convention that our sympathies are tendered to these gallant boys who are in earnest in their determination to fight for their country Resolved Further that his ex cellency Gov Bradley be requested to i withdraw his annointment of Capt Noel Gaines as Captain of Company D and allow the members of said Company to select their own Captain and commissioned othcers without executive interference Be it also Resolved That it is the sense of this convention and of the people and homes that Company D repre sents that in the event this right honored custom as expressed this dav in resolutions forwarded to Gov Bradlev to choose the com missioned officers under whom they are to serve is denied and refused by Gov Bradley that we will wel- Â¬ co come their return home honored respected and loved as when they i departed from us Andrew Sakoknt k Prank Brli Chairman J-- Secretary J ITanhery Chairman Committee n on J H ErOLKTON AJrCKQCKKTT J the meeting Mr J II Egglcton moved the ap Â¬ pointment of a special committee to draft resolutions expressing the sentiments of the meeting The motion carried nndtheChiir ap- pointed the following gentlemen J T Hanbery Chairman J H Kjfifleton A P Crockett K R Dqtddon C G McDanicl of Vrln4 f 1M VVVHHJ KKJONAMSON Resolutions 0 MflANiRrV On motion of Mr George - Camp Â¬ bell a collection as taken to for ward the resolutions to Governor Bradley and to Company D by wire The meeting then adjourned GOV BRADLEY REPLIES V Sw jpr x 7 1U HMriWCCV ilWKCU U MIBIC IW tetter wahtraentV the mtttfpg 1 K L Says He Hasnt Commissioned Any Officer for Company D In response tq the resolutions the st Papers Sec Things Through Dif- Â¬ ferent Colored Glasses Regarding the status of affairs in the Hopkinsville Company the most conflicting reports have been sent from Camp Collier No two papers have agreed in their reports Some of of the unfortunate affair members of the these reports do the Company a great injustice For in- Â¬ stance the correspondent of the Louisville Dispatch in speaking of the matter says When the company arrived it had ninety members but thirty of them refused to go before the exam- ining board at all They just came down to have a good time and after In their frolic decided to go back this Capt Feland encouraged them by his conduct Whatever may have been Capt Fclands own views and conduct it is not true that any considerable number of the Hopkinsville boys went to Lexington with the inten The of having a good time great majority of them had no other thought than to give their services to their country and face whatever dangers the exigencies of war might bring forth There is much dissatisfaction the third regiment over the action of Governor Bradley in appointing undesirable men as officers The Hopkinsville company has disbanded and many of the boys have gone home because the Governor refused to recognize Gordon Nelson as the successor of Capt John Feland resigned appointing Noel Gaines of Frankfort in his stead The Hopkinsville boys refused t follow Gaines on account of the record he acquired at Frankfort during the senatorial election In all probability the report pub lished in the Cincinnati Enquirer of yesterday comes nearer sizing up the situation correctly as regards the motives of the Hopkinsville boys in refusing to be mustered in under Gaines As will be seen from the Enquirers report company D is not the only organization in the Third Regiment whose members are boiling with indignation over the dirty political phases that have been inducted into the situation and which the re threatens the disruption giment Camp Collier Lexington Ky May 19 The Third Regiment Ken- Â¬ tucky Volunteers is on the verge of revolution to night Politics is the cause of the demoralization The Hopkinsville company has disban ded the Hartford company threat ens the same and the Henderson company will do likeWise unless they are allowed to elect a successor to Lieutenant South thrown out V because of hernia The trouble in the Hopkinsville company dates froni the resignation on Tuesday of Captain John Fe land whose personal affairs forced At the time him to such an action E B Bassett was First Lieuten ant and R C Payne was Second Lieutenant The company held stn elticUonruesday evening nd Gdr- 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and that he lost his Captaincy of the Frankfort Company They have no objections to Dr Casey other than that they would prefer to follow men from their own town After making these declarations about two thirds of the company left camp and notwithstanding the facts that they had passed splendid Prizes of War Cerveras Fleet Is at Santiago Organization of First Army Corps at Chickamauga boarded physical examinations the train and went home Mr Bassett is in Hopkinsville to- Â¬ night with about 30 recruits for which he was arranging transpor- Â¬ tation when he was wired of the disbamlment Whether he will bring them on is not known here Another wrangle in the Third Regiment has arisen over the dis- Â¬ Rash placement of James R as Battalion of Henderson appoint Â¬ the Adjutant and ment in histstead of A G Sharpley a guard at the Frankfort Peniten tiary who a few months ago at- Â¬ tained considerable notoriety on account of an affair with one of the female inmates and for which he lost his place in the Second Regi- Â¬ ment under Colonel Gaither The officers of the Third favor Rash and a petition to the Gov- Â¬ ernor in his behalf is being circu- Â¬ lated in the regiment There has been also much deser Â¬ tion in the Third because of the ap Â¬ pointment of Eastern Kentucky men as officers in many of tne com- Â¬ panies Aside from the Madison ville com Â¬ pany there is scarcely one that has its minimam quota of 77 and men are being recruited to keep up the company to muster WASHINGTON D C May 20 Special The only new news to day is in late bulletins of the Navy Depart Â¬ ment that news regarded as reliable has fceen received that Cerveras Spanish Squadron is at Santiago de Cuba Capt Barker goes to Hampton Roads to morrow to command the protected Cruiser Newark which will go to join Sampson No evidence is given the story that Polo has arrang Â¬ ed a coaling station on the French island St Pierre Mi quelin Manila Expedition Sails Sunday Gen Ewell S Otis will com- Special San Francisco May 20 mand the first United States expedition to Manila It is thought that Everything- is in readiness for the departure of he will sail on Sunday the expedition The Steamer City of Pckin will transport the troops consisting of fourteen thousand men with rations to last six months Ammunition arms and machinery for the repair of Deweys fleet will also be taken on the Pekin - I K Army Corps Organized Special General Brooks has completed Chickamaugaf May 20 Divisional Army Corps of the United States the formation of the First volunteers consisting of three brigades commanded as follows 1st Maj Gen Wilson 2nd Col A K Arnold 3rd Gen J S C Baker The story sent out from here of the arrest ot three men said to have arsenic on their persons with which to poison the water is a fake Cerveras Smartness Approved 20 fl Special Another great Spanish Madrid via London May It is the arrival of Admiral Cerveras victory is being celebrated fleet at Santiago de Cuba Enormous enthusiasm is being manifested AS TO CAPT FELAND over Cerveras success in evading Sampson a Stnte- Gen Collier Publishes The Ouecn Regent has publicly congratulated the Minister of Ma Â¬ The ment About Him rine on this glorious victory over the combined Yankee fleets statement Queen also cabled Admiral Cervera her compliments lie will be given The following official from Adjt Gen Collier regarding another decoration and his men rewarded for their line strategy the late Captain of the Latham Light Guards was published in the The President Has Been Gingered afternooifpapers of Louisville yes Â¬ Special The President now wants quick Washington May 20 terday dis- Â¬ action The company had become He listens with impatience to all appeals for a little more de- Â¬ organized and substantially dis Â¬ lay and declared to day that the army must begin movement on Cuba banded owing to its Captains hav Â¬ immediately He believes this the only means of provoking a fight with ing been intoxicated and incapaci- Â¬ time soon tated for duty Finally at the re Â¬ the Spanish which will end the war any The President is said to day to be an advocate of prompt action all quest of Capt Feland and upon the urgent request of his father and along the line From a public man who called on the Executive this brother to let him down as easy as morning it was learned that the President refused to give out any facts possible I went to Frankfort and about either Schley or Sampson if he had anything new gotGqv Bradleys permission to Special By direction of the President the Washington May 20 issue the following order of Brigadier Generals of Volunteers to duty with Capt John Feland Company following assignments Kentucky the severalarmy corps departments divisions etc were made to day Dt Third Regiment Guenlhcr to Falls Church Va Pennington to Hempstead N Y State Guard will proceed without Hopkinsville Ky with Arnold Kent Henry IIakiis Sumner Burt Lawton aTTcT Chaffee to delay to such members of his company as Poland Snyder Williston Campton and Carpenter tp Chickr do not desire to enlist in the United Tampa Â¬ States Volunteer service and there mauga Davis and Bates to Mobile Ludlow to Headquarters and An organize his company with a view derson to the Pacific of its being mustered into the State Guard services by command of Those Captured Schooners D R Collier Adjt Gov Bradley Special Over 40 cases of ammunition were Key West May 20 Gen The copy which I hold in my found to day on the Steamer Argonauta captured the first of the war hand was made by Cap Feland On this ship Was Lieut Col Codijo Woylera brother-in-lahimself from my original draft and The priQ board ha declared the Steamer Ambrosio Bolivar arrd the Sshoonpri Candida MjUhiJde and Sofia legitimate priz of wnr Continued On Fourth Pag d w I HHVH 3HH whwjww WSP iAj 4 2 WSHBB XDbe y v i 2ail2 ftentuckiait by Ucllvcreil by carriers to all parts of ttio city THE PHfUPPIffS TO I W- - 4viOI Pubihed ortAS -- atrery morning except Monday at k smaokasc aia s mi 85 10 OWXTB PJKK W2XX What Will Likely Be Doms With Oar New Islands Washington D C Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOOD- S- A gUMORiraqX 3UTS Per Wkek 10 May 20 The iT iPerIMotq president realizes that hcVwill be j J Ifij cant be done any other way send for Dewey f i Now that Cervera has had ijhe nerve to run the so called blockade lefrt bottle him up i orders was it tnat Sampson and Schley both turned up a Key West just Vhcn they weoc needed at Santiago Bvv whose i Schley and Shatter Sampson to be able to give the Span- ought lsh a treatment with S S S strong CenSugh to tone up their constitu tions k Polo is to leave Canada to day He leaves and sail for Madrid organization of behind him an the streets and spies to obtain information and the United States Hags The teach- Â¬ forward it by way of London ers tried to drive them back to bombarding- of school They scattered all to form The report of the SUKcsfcftitications of Santiago is con- - in line again as soon as the teach- Â¬ firmed It is believed the damage ers withdrew It was a question of was slight It is now claimed that taking down the colors or going V The 300 Spaniards were killed in the prematurely into vacation which two School Board met and ordered the fight at Cienfuegos in Americans lost their lives while Spanish colors struck The strik- Â¬ ers cheered and returned to work cutting the cables - r compelled to face a scriousdiplo matic question very soQrV vKcn the The school children of Fairmotint terms of peace with Spain come Up Ind went ona strike and refused to for discussion and while ho has learn any more because the red and decided upon no policy he is asking yellow of Spain were floating over questions and gaining Information the school house The colors Were advice that will be useful to not intended to show forth pro and him in solving the problem Ha Spanish sympathies It just hap Â¬ proposes to settle with Spain on a pened that the colors of the gradu Â¬ will be just impartial ating class were the hated red and basis that and equitable to all the European yellow Old glory had been un- Â¬ offer them no grounds furled Without a thought of the powers and or interference He for complaint incongruity the graduating class not favor a colonial system for hauled it down put up red and yel- Â¬ poes United States He docs not low streamers above it and sent it the to retain possession of the it wnen tnc younger want up again Philippines but he feels that it scholars saw it they were wild will be necessary to establish a They demanded that the Spanish strong military protection there to colors be taken down The seniors until he has time to learn refused So did the school officers continue situation and decide what is The juniors struck They marched the to be done in the way of a per- Â¬ best cheering waiving JO METZS STORE i n The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Rttvers X THE PUBLIC Is invited to inspect my large V oii6ns up-to-da- ingetc stocfc of before making their purchases departments Spring Dry Goodsi Everything liew ttnci te Cloth in all See Oof Kjy Ready-To-We- ar Suits y r lieawaridies ly made by the best tailors and from TITE BEST CLOTH manent government He realizes that the people are not fit for self iS What is to prevent Cervera from Yesterday was a rather dull day for news and the Kentuckian had sending cruisers out of Santiago only three distinct sccops of first harbor to destroy the mosquito ileet importance the arrival of Cervera vessels of the United States that in a Cuban port the collapse of Co have been hovering about the Southern parts of Cuba D and the oration of Dr DeWitt iU 1 S rs H iXM More than one local guardsman was seriously embarrassed by the rf ij v airair orf last weeic mere was one young- man who hastened his mar riaire to an especially charming i - Admiral Sampson surely did not think the Spanish squadron would try to reach Cuba by way of Key West Who made the blunder any- Â¬ how marching orders The wedding took place just the evening before he marched away He had given up his position to go to the front and the bride was to remain with her parents till the end of the war Of course he came back that same day to find himself with a wife support and no money to do it with for somebody else had stepped into his position He is still hoping to go to war but his patriotic ardor is somewhat damp- Â¬ ened Washington Post of girl because THIRTY THIRD Annual Sunday School Conven- Â¬ tion June 14 15 and 16 The Annual State Convention of the Kentucky Sunday school Union will be held in Paducah on June 14 15 and 1G A most attractive and practical program has been ar- Â¬ ranged Well known and exoeri enced speakers will discuss topics of vital import to Sunday school workers The speakers from are Mrs W F Crafts of abroad Washington D C the well known primary teacher Rev E Morris Fergusson of Trenton N J Gen- Â¬ eral Secretary of the New Jersey S S Association and Rev L B Col- Â¬ Maxwell of Savannah Ga ored Field Worker for the Inter- Â¬ national Executive Committee The devotional services will be in charge of Rev Francis R Beat- tie D D of Louisville Promi- Â¬ nent among the Kentucky speakers are Rev E L Powell D D Rev C Y Smith and Rev Dr J H Eager of Louisville Rev W K Piner of Hopkinsville Prof J E Turner of Herschel Rev Dr J M Richmond of Princeton and Rev W E Bryce of Shelbyville The music will be in charge of Prof Charles Davis who is train- Â¬ ing a chorus of Paducah singers Every Sunday school in the State is entitled to one delegate for each hundred members or fraction there f i4 Hi 1 1 r fa Miss Mae Melbourne of Santa is the richest woman in downtown Klondike She owns in Dawson City and corner lots other property worth 100000 and has claims staked out which may bring her a million Miss Mel- Â¬ bourne is the daughter of a 49er She was living in elegance and had money but she wanted more She joined a party of 12 including two other women They sailed from San Francisco in August At Sheep Camp Miss Melbournes outfit was destroyed by a flood She pur- Â¬ chased new outfits for herself and two men who had also lost theirs These men i entered into a grub stake agreement with her She still had 5000 on reaching Dawson She invested it in claims and busi- Â¬ ness real estate She has all kinds of money One of her claims is worth 20000 and all her other properties are taking on loads of unearned increment through the rapid development of Dawson City The men she grub staked have also of located valuable claims She will Entertainment get half of their pile will be provided for accredited del- Â¬ egates on condition that their El wood Haynes of KokomojJfad names are enrolled on or before can get along quite nicely without June 13 with Rev W H Pinkerton railroad trains and such things at Paducah He has a railroad of his own When Transportation he takes a notion to go somewhere All the railroads in the State he fires up his engine loads in his have made a rate of one fare for the family and just goes Mr Haynes has invented a horseless carriage round trip on presentation of cre- Â¬ or motorcycle It is the get there dentials Credentials kind Last week Mr Haynes his wife and four children got into the may be obtained from county off- Â¬ carriage and went to PortlandInd icers or from the State Secretary at The distance is 70 miles It cost Room 19 Louisville Trust Build- Â¬ just112for fuel for the round trip ing Louisville of 140 miles which was made with Â¬ Wont Hurt the Canaries out an acident London May 20 The agent in A week was spent visiting rela Â¬ the Canary Islands of a Liverpool tives at Portlandandin the vicinity The same trip by rail would have firm writes that the British Consul called for an investment of 2228 in there has been informed that the railroad fares The carriage car- Â¬ United States will not bombard the ries a six horse power engine and Canary Islands as the result of an k not as large as an ordinary sur Â¬ arrangement between Great Brit Â¬ rey It hasfpneumatic tires The ain and the United States whereby roads of Indiana are a little more while Great Britain remains neu Â¬ degenerate than thQse of Missouri tral the United States will abstain The ttip is probably the longest from such a bombardment which ever nlade in this country with a would mean great destruction of I British property inortorcycte Cruz Cal Hf 4 government and the United States has undertaken a tremendous re- Â¬ GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU sponsibility in preserving order with a semi savage population of several minions ana tne commer- Â¬ cial and financial interests in the hands of English German and other Europeans He expects that both the British and the German governments will land troops at Manila and other places to protect their consuls and the property of their subjects and rib objection will be made on the part of the United Are you interested in the prices of Ladies and Childrens Slippers States II iflfc Regarding the future disposition ill I - j U mis is an opportunity that you cant afford to miss To close these lines of the Philippines one thing is cer- Â¬ i out ngnc away we have decided to cit the 1 All of our ladies and tain which is that under nocircum childrens slippers stances will they be restored to Spain nor is such a thing expected or favored by the European powers The president considers that the Our Little Giant shoes and slippers are the best wearing o onds lifmiwlit f fi0 United States has been in instru ment in the hands of Providence to market and every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of this assertion relieve the people of the Philippines from oppression and he regards that as an important result of the war The efforts and the advan Â¬ tage would be wasted if the islands again returned to the denomination of Spain The laws of humanity WORTH 75c 100 125 and 150 and the instincts of a higher civili- Â¬ zation will not allow the United States to let those islands go back under a despotism When we went into this war we never intended to 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 1 25 and 1 50 take the Philippines but that be- Â¬ came necessary as a diversion for Spain Now that the Philippines have fallen into our control the We will also put in this sale our entire line of president proposes to feel his jway black kid and tan very carefully and get an idea of button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction Half what is best for their people before he considers any propersition for a we are still selling at prime Eastern permanent government He says New York Cost that the United States is no slave catcher Having released the Philippines and given them-fredom he does not propose to give them back to their old masters As J- yet the president has not reached any policy or decided upon any Â¬ thing further He does not know how many inhabitants they have THE PRESENT CRISIS or what kind of people they are or whether they can read or write or anything about them The present intention is to establish a military THEPOST DISPATCH government tinder Gen Merritt to l last as long as it may be necessary Is the Only until a local government isorgan St Louis Paper izep or some disposition is decided m wuuwufc ubiieiH uuiuuiug ourselves in valuo giving Greater Bar With Its Own Staff Correspondents upon gnins more liargaine tlmn over bolbro Wo nro soiling clicnpor because at all Points of Interest The only nation that has officially At Havana uu ouuuig muru vvo navo expressed any concern in the dis- Â¬ Mr Sylvester Scovol position of the Philippines thus far Hals trimmed in Hie latest styles At Madrid Mr A E Houghton is Japan The Japanese minister Sailors in all the new shapes and colors At Washington went up to the State department Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming Mr Stephen BoubiiI one day and wanted to knowlwhat At New York Have you seen our line of new belts we were going to do with themHe Mr Morton Watkins was told that we had not Jjotten Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corsets them yet and that we could dpmoth TOB NF5WS OP THE DAT IN Hosiery handkerchiefs etc Bargains speak for themselves ing with them until we dicRget them He said that his govern- Â¬ THE POST DISPATCH ment felt a great interest ihlfpieir disposition that it was aiyital 15 cents a week seven days if de livered by agent GO cents a month question with Japan and j they if sent by mail would like to be consulted jf the islands were to be sold and pyt in a bid Next to China Japan1 was WANTED7AN IDEAteSIS your idoaa tthey mav more deeply interested than any BUHN 00 Patont Attorneys Washington He was informed 1 O other nation for tliolr 81800 prize offer that the President had not decided IJntiI you have seen my new line of imported upon any policy and would not be able to doforsome time when he SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS would be notified and the full rights exnect to do anv paof Japan considered poring We will Bond you freo I guarantee QUALITY STYLE and u largo selection of samples from 8c W0RKA1AN por roll up All now colorings and Hum in er Kxcuraloii Hutcs SHIP the best tliatgmoncy can secure nnvoities up to dato WIS PAY TUo I 0 II JR will soil Biunmor FREIGHT We want an qgout iraOES we have tie Best flie Latest Styles Remember the PlaceNext Door to Hardwicks Ladies and CMdrens SipersT B1 AJT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS Ladies Flam Needle and Coin Toe Slippers CUT PRICE 40c 50c 65c and 75c CUT PRICE 40 50 65 75 CTS Little Giant Price REMEMBER Clothing e - MAMMOTH O LOTBDQSTG- SECOE CO THE riit ALA CE i Millinery nfi Millinery Â¬ Mrs Ada Lay no I Dont Do a Thing WALL PAPER - H Er Er oxcuraiou tickets na follows Coruleun Sprius tuul return 80o Dawsou Springs nod return 170 Crittenden Spgs uuil return n25 Grayson Sdnugs pint roturu B80 Hotuni limit 90 days from data of sale E Mt Shbkwood Agt address in every town to noil on commission from largo Banipla books No capital required For samploa or particulars 717 7B8 Niutfc S Wolf Y jtr O Ayi N nu jIJ puu wi main NT - J L Tobill Tailor J City tfUlWUUttlMM W0W m SMITHS CAKE H iyi MIRRORS AND ECONOMY Mother Tho Problem Before the Elovatcd Roads of Now York Hopkinsviilc Produce flarkct I fr U h- Cash prices paid by HopIfttiBvillo merchants 0sd to Do It t Complaint is often made that tho Bacon Madatn you dout know how to HauiBcJoUntry world has become too materialistic 7j8o moke cakel exclaimed Mr Smith Shoulders throwing a lump of half cooked The present generation is much occu- Â¬ 4iE dough across the room at the cat pied with the utilities of life Inven- Â¬ Sides You never know how Jo mako cake tion s busy with the electric and oth Jv5j3c Laid You r forces and the hum of industry is Id rathiir eat wet sawdust ought to have seeu the cake my the favorite music of the era When a Country Produco great laureate died a few years ago Butter i vf IGo mother made that was cakel X 8c again always your only u poetaster who never penned a Eggs Your mother lino that anyone remembers could Pity Now feathers mothcrl retorted Mrs Smith 0032o bo found t6 occupy the plane Tho she didnt teach you something 20B22c Beeswax i tho caWhat do you mean madam Ill drone of the trolley drownsthe femi- Â¬Â¬ Tallow 8c warrant Ill mako hotter coke myself dences of Parnassus Even Gineoug por lb 2225 nine world talks of rainy day dresses than you any day J lOo Honey costumes for the street Why dont you try Youll find and rational Tub washed wool 2880e and recreation Step by step men everything in the kitcheni Greased 1820o havo surrendered the bright and the Well I can Burry wool v 10014c pictorial in their garb Sculptors de- Â¬ You are Well why demt you spair of making anything of a man in Poultry S all talk Â¬ Smith found himself cornered and a modern business suit Our grand Old chickeuB live per lb BJ6c felt very uncomfortable as he had fathers wore cloaks that retained a o Koosters suggestion of the classic but they are either to surrender unconditionally Turlcoys por lb The topcoat of tho day is VJ6c or to make good his boast Ho had gone Ducks simply impossible in the art sense i do never made a cake in his life had no The queue of 100 years ago looked Grain j idea how cakes were compounded but well in a medallion It has vanished thought he knew what was in them 3 8 Clover por bushel with the rest The appearance of a Til make the cake he said Oats homo growu por bu 3p88c man on tho street in the costume of Well come into the latchen and the time of Charles II would demand make it proposed his wife f A 95c police interference though the merry Wheat What now Yes now Ill get the things for monarch was the glass of fashion but Livo stock a little over 200 years ago you Hoga 33G0 Yet Smith took off his coat his collai that it should not bo hastily decided Sheep 2C0350 men have undergone any radical and necktie and rolled up his shirt Cnttle 2ru2Ji sleeves They walked to the kitchen mental change They have adapted 3 i04 themselves to new conditions more Calves together and Smith said or less temporary in their nature M What shall I mix it in HideB and Furs T Personal vanity is far from extinct r Oh youre doing it Mrs Smith Green hides 67c An instance of this truth comes from replied Green salted hideB Now York and it equally proves the Ah tins will do he said taking Dry flint lP12c and Now bring mo some existence of the utilitarian spirit ele- Â¬ up a bowl its opposite In each car of the water now some raisins and currants vated roads are several cross seats Vegotableg 50c sugar and ginger arid allspice Therd provided in nil with four mirrors Now potatoes per buBhol that will do He put them all into About 4000 mirrors aro in use re 50c Cabbage per barrel i a the- bowl and mixed them with i much labor to keep them t miney aon t seem to spoon suck to- quiring to say nothing of the original Official War Book Looks more like bright gether he said cost These seats are in great de- by Congressman James Rankin a thick soup than anything else Fan- Â¬ In fact an unseemly rush is Yountr All about the war with Smith mand cy Ive got too much water made for them and man as the Spain the Navy all defenses Bat- Â¬ drained off some of the water and stronger animal usually secures the tleships etc Portraits and biog- Â¬ was about to put the cake into a pan Once seated he proceeds to raphies of Dewey and all prominent prize when his wife said Nearly 000 paires Mass ogle himself holding his head at sev- officers Marvelously cheap ive volume Didnt your mother use flour eral angles to facilitate the purpose Best authorship Only authentic Oh yes yes ah yes flour of superfluous pull Then he mixed in flour un- Â¬ giving his necktie a down to a news- Â¬ oihcial book Jfijipenence not nec- Â¬ course settling und essary Any body can sell it La- Â¬ til it was so stiff that ho could hardly paper after stealing an occasional glance dies as successful as fentiemen Now said he Ill take knead it from the corner of his eye to note the We are the largest subscription this cake round to the bakers and general effect book firm in America Write us He started have it baked properly cost a good Fifty persons are employed in our Four thousand mirrors off and when he reached the bakers correspondence department aione bit of money and it has struck tho to serve you Our book is iust out ho said economic department of the company Get ajrency now and be first in the Will you just throw this stuff away would pay to take them out field Lare 50c War Map in col- Â¬ and put in its place one of your best that it The ors free with book or outfit Other One high in authority says plumcakcs mirrors make dudes go past their sta- Â¬ valuable premiums Tremendous That night at supper Mr Smith tions and then they blame the guards seller Biggest money maker ever had her mother and sister with her for not hollering louder Most liberal terms guar-Â¬ Possibly known She had told them of the cake and anteed Agents make 7 to 28 per create some business but they were expecting great fun at the mirrors credit given the extra transportation required for day Twenty days book sent free expense The cake did not Freight paid Full Smiths those who miss their stations isnore prepaid to agents 145 Splendid come until supper time Smith took than offset Thq official opinion is sample outfit and full instructions it from the boy and said they keep a good many people This is my cake something like that cars who ought to he attend- Â¬ free for nine 2 cent stamps to pay postage Mention this paper He carried in tile calce and in the their a cake personal affairs and not Monroe IBook Co ing to placed it on the table Dept M Chicago 111 Imagine their personal appearance Heres a note in the paper said an insinuation 200 years ago that Mrs Smith Til Tead it Commissioners Sale personal appearance as not a personal Dear Sir I am sorry wo aro all out oi The theory is quite too much Monday June 6 1898 11 a m plum cako so I send you a pound cako In- affair stead Yours obediently avbn nfow There is something of Those desiring to purchase homes S BROWN Baker Narcissus in every man even if ho farm property or to invest in any N Y Ledger can see nothing in aloolcing glass but kind of real estate would do uell to thpfasfcinotion of ugliness Perhaps attend this sale on above date as A MODERN ASTROLOGER nature made a mistake when she there is some desirable property both farms and city property to Accurately Located for Two Miners a addedfa mirror to tho broolc and en Frank Rives bccsold Pocket of Ore dowed every male bird with the Master Comr of the C C O A story from Salida to the effect showiest attributes of a heavy swell Uiliold St Louis Republic that star gazing and mining aro he That great Philanthropist T M coming blended is filled with con- Â¬ Edmundson is still in the ring for ETHNOLOGY OF THE KISS The Record in siderable interest tho enchantment of distrasfied hu- Â¬ few days ago a A telling it says HoiB disponing at his old Something About tho Origin of This manity man from the stars visited Salida and Btarid tho following popular brands Greeting of Love causally let it out that lies could lo- Â¬ Old Times Old Bar- Â¬ The kiss was unknown among tho ber Prentice Early Hackley Molwood McBrityor cate mineral in clnims or tell whether and of there was any or not could describe aboriginal tribes of Americamost an- Â¬ the beat on earth for medical purpo- Â¬ Central Africa From the Â¬ ses Como and see mo all of you their location the formation surcient times however it has been fa- Â¬ who are weary and heavy ladon und I rounding them and in fast anything miliar to will give you rost the Asiatic and that mortal man could find out by races The Latins dividedEuropean it into actual observation and many things thrco forms tho oscujum the he could not ne was soon corralled basium and the suaviolum the first by Messrs Sullivan and Arenburg Â¬ they found being the kiss of friendship and reand for only one dollar spect tho second of ceremony and To Muy If our out what they had expended several love The Semites al Â¬ and an abundance the third of hundred dollars ways employed tho kissinnd Job of hard work to know and were then speaks of it as part of their saqred a disarjriointed ne told them to back is tn day in the Roman up from their 100 feet and drift east ritee as it Will pay from 12 2 to 20c lb at 50 feet Here they would find a Catholic- church The Mongolian kiss is not tho same pocket of ore larger and more val- Â¬ MOAYOR2 as that which prevails with us In it uable than any yet encountered They the lips do not come into actual con- Â¬ followed the advice of this man of tact of those of tho person kissed i tho stars and now they are taking Tho nose is brought into light contact outrich ore in abundance They actually found it as represented and with the clieek forehead or hand mu Ajuuuupij3iana au tnc cnaracipri the breath is drawn slowly through AND istics of tlio district and ore depth tho nostrils arid tho act ends with a of shaft etc were min nrnlv de slight smack of tho lips The Chinese Ho finished bv snvinrrtlint consider our mode of kissing most de- Â¬ scribed after fho pocket was dug but noimorc testable We on our part regard their ore would bo found until they had method with equal disdain 4 Darwin and other naturalists havo r sunk 800 feet on tho vein What Have oponodtip thoir show Denver attempted to trace back tho kiss to think yo of astrology tho 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oxtondiug from Sovonth to Fourth or Broad street TWELVE BEAUTIFUL LOTS Will bo offorod for flalo nud will go to tho highest bidder uh the estate must bo sottlodnt onco Upon tho center IgtiH sltuntod tho eplondid residouco which is 0110 of tho most desirablo in tho city DONT MIS THIS OPPOK TUNITY TO PUflOFASE THE MOST VALUABLE PROPERTY EVER OFFERED AT YOUR OWN PRICE Liinii mid Christian Co Abstract Co Agt OnAH CALl AT ABSTRACT OFFICE AND SEE PLAT 0ATLETT CLABENOK John Stites Executor SSIPa UAItltU 1 The Post Dispatch wants an Acnt in every hamlet every village every town every city This is the opportunity of a lifetime to establish a profitable business It cobts nothing- to try You can get the support of your leading citizens who will be only glad to see you start The Post Dispatch is in groat demand Its a great paper Its a Wo havo concluded to rq iuto biB member of the Associated Press No other St Louis evening paper en iuoss for oursolyeH und olfor piir sor joys this distinction TIiq Post Dispatch has war correspondents at all vicoa to tho public at tho most rout points of Interest and with the ilpets now in the Pacific und Cuban waters oimblo pricofl Paper hangiiijf i spon By mail only GO cents a moth mlty All work guaranteed Write at once for particulars Address Loftvo orders fit Quh YouugB TEIE KS1VDI PATCH St Loui Mo Telephone 81 2 nugp rormerly with Forlxia A CATLETT HARRIS llro PAINTERS audi PAPER HANGERS - b S f e i in i m IV e sr Cf zP m I fr- CAUGHT IN M3 ACT PERSONAbClOSSIP HERES ROMANCE FURTHER DE- Â¬ 4 fev J If J P Payton of Nashville is re Â¬ Miss CosslS To Wkl One of Her TAILS OF CO D gistered at the Phoenix U Rescuers Jailed For Stealing x J F Allensworth of Henderson fci spent yesterday in the city Continued Prom First Page Washington May 20 Byaiige Bob Walt and Walter Alexander Mr Calvin G Layne of Pair lina Cospio y Cisneros theybungGti are in jair on a charge of larceny pleased to get out without city yesterday v baii girl is soon to wed MrJCarlos he was trouble I regret the neces Â¬ Wall walrun fn yesterday morn- - view was in the yrlfg jRRr Dr McCormick and wife of Bow- Â¬ Carbonel the former Cubanbanker further JI ing juqt before daylight having sity of having to make the circum Â¬ jbecrt catifgfit In the act of stealing ling Green spent yesterday in the wio was yesterday nominated by stances public but I feel that such Tjcorn from 15 IT Andersons crib on city misrepresentation of the motives McKinley to be TSouth Virginia street and his statc- Miss Sallie Jones of Church Hill President on the staff of Maj GeW Pitz governing this department would IWtiient Implicated Alexander who in the guest of Mr and Mrs Ahie greatly injure its efficiency at this lt fiSL hogh Lee ciiwi nnr4nt 7iyi 1J luitintu on a warrant Higgins time TBoth twere held over under 5500 When Karl Decker wchfflSiHava Mrs C II Harrison and daugh- Â¬ Capt Gaines and Lieut Casey fibonds bV Judge Lcavell ters Miss Perry and Miss Ploy na with the express purposebf lib Â¬ Who were on the ground were au Â¬ MrAndcrson has been missing Yancey of Pairview spent yester erating Miss Cisneros hefiSund a thorized to raise a company td take yfehis cornfor some time and engaged day in the city trusted lieutenant in the KgrRon of the place of Polands company1 and rdfiicer Lander and Mr Win Ross- Mr WK Logan of Louisville Wall showed up Mr Carbonel although Jikc Mr were directed to enlist in the new mgtoif to watch who came down with Mr W A vith aock and after opening the Wilgus yesterday returned on the Decker he was at tne time unac company such members of Polands company as desired to remain tcame to where the guards evening train quainted with the fair yotingCuban and if a sufficient number of them were and began to nu ins sacis Wlien the night of the rescue from remained to justify they would be iwith corn Officer Lander got be- - Mr M G McManama traveling O rail- Â¬ the Havana prison came Mr Car- Â¬ given a Lieutenants place in this Ki itweenVWall and the door and Ros- - freight agent of the B system is in the city in the in- Â¬ bonel was at Decker side during new company This step was tak inglon struck a match Wall gave road en in order that the regiment might a frightened yell and broke lor the terest of his road the entire affair TpCarbpiiel was door and had to be secured by Mr Henry D Holton deputy entrusted the duty and privilege of be mustered in as soon as possi- Â¬ Tihain strength lie had in his pos Master Commissioner went to Ken- Â¬ accompanying the young girl to ble Vfclseasion another sack containing 20 edy yesterday on business connect Says Thirty Will Stay New York Companionship be With stitch dowu ed with the Commissioners ofhee headless spring chickens Mr J H Kugler proprietor of the Both men are pretty sure of a sobottoms the eas- Â¬ Miss Louise McClanahan v ho has tween the two natives of a common Racket store has a couplb of his at Eddyvillc clime soon ripened into love and most Journ been visiting and relatives in iest wearitig shoe valued employes in camp at Clarksvillc for several weeks re the usual details of courtship fol- Â¬ Lexinirton Valuable Property for Sale Vslj4 Mr Kugler believes a made- - -- never sold turned home this morning to the lowed with the result that the re- Â¬ man who is faithful and conscien- Â¬ r - Mttiff The Hobson property on South sorrow of her many friends for less than a sult that the wedding will shortly tious in the discharge of his duty ffMainwjll be divided into lots and 125 before goffered for sale at public auction Handsome Guy Wilson who has take place probably before Lieut in one capacity will be equally so All sizes 6 had charge of the the telegraph in another He believes that the W S WiLSON f on June 6 1898 since Carbonel shall be ordered into the cause is just that the war is right Agent office of nights ath tis place last fall left Monday evening for field although no definite time has and he did not discourage his Jii Called Meeting Hopkinsville and is now acting as been decided on by Miss Cisneros clerks when they M The members of the Local advis Â¬ night operator at that place Guy her guardian Mrs Logan or the called them to thefelt thatthcirdutyÂ¬ front On the contrary he told them to go and he ory Board of the Kentucky Chi- Â¬ is a deserving young man and has groom-to-b- e wants them to stay to the end Yes- Â¬ ldrens Home society arc hereby re Â¬ many friends here who join the Re Â¬ K DO YOU WANT TO RIDE terday he telegraphed to MrHiram to meet in the parlors of view in wishing for him a pleasant quested Thomas one of his most valued em the Christian church next Sunday and profitable job Pembroke Re f view afternoon at 3 oclock A delegate If So Lieut Wright WillBeiHere ployes telling him to remain with k to the Annual meeting of the socie- Â¬ the company as long as there was HERE AND THERE Wednesday ty is to be chosen and other mat Â¬ an organization fitx If you want nice strawberries ters are to be considered A full He received this reply dont forget to call on Chas Dattilo attendance is desired Bowling Green KyMay20- J H Kugler D considerably for he always carries a nice line of f Clarkxce Anderson Chair Lieut Sehon Special Vright mutilated but thirty still in the them and also a nice line of French tmrf Hiram Thomas Allan M Wallis Secy candies No 205 South Main street first Lieutenant of the FirSt is hero fri flnv en- Mrs Smithsons Pupils A serious collision occurred bet tucky Cavalry Health of the Men I mm The annual intertainment by the ween freight trains Nos 72 and 74 listinir recruits He will be in Jrlop- - Surgeon Capt Bell states to day mnsic class of Mrs D P Smithson between Gallatin and Franklin kinsville Wednesday May25th to that the health of the camp is rap- Â¬ was given at the opera house last Thursday morniug Much damage enlist men for the regular cavalry idly improving and that subjects night and was witnessed by a very was done to the trains and En- Â¬ Will only be there one dnyijt for the hospital were becoming and appreciative audience gineer John Carter of this city was M mm k fewer daily Nearly all the men Mis Smithsons pupils in many injured by jumping from his engine have recovered from the severe difficult numbers demonstrated her The Walnut street Baptist church colds they contracted on arriving s m mmr superior ability as an instructor held a called session last night to FRESH here while proving their own efficiency consider the resignation of their II vand close application to the pupils pastor Rev J T Barrow After BASEBALL I of music lnnnv stxrlus of regret and soi- Cincinnati 4 Boston 5 The entertainment was heartily row his resignation was accepted Baltimore 1 Pittsburg 3 enjoyed by all who were present Rev Barrow has been called to Cleveland 3 Philadelphia1 4 take charge of the Gilead ami Eliz Chicago 1 Washington 6 To the Tlrs Wilgus Funeral abethtown churches Owensboro St Louis 6 New York 2 The remains of Mrs W A Wil- Â¬ Inquirer Louisville and Krooklyn nogame gus who died in Louisville Thurs Â¬ of hc M The building committee WALLIS GROCERY For we will fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man day morning arrived yesterday E Church of Pairview awarded Sampson Schley and Shatter morning and the funeral services the contract for the building of ought to be able to give the Span Â¬ survives Now is the time for action as it is daily being proven were held at the residence of her their church to Forbes ish a treatment with S S S strong Bro of that to the victor belongs the spoils father Dr B R Cook at 3 oclock Hopkinsville The work will be- Â¬ enough to tone up their constitu- Â¬ Suicide of a Bridegroom p m Eld H D Smith conducted Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure tions gin about the first of June and will Nashville Tenn May 20 J A the home service and Rev R S be ready for dedication by Septem- Â¬ the spoils in as much as we furnish them with by far the best A Carter officiated at the grave ber 1st The church when com- Â¬ Voss a son of Capt J R Voss Better Be Safe Than Sorry large concourse of sorrowing pleted will be one of the handsomest committed suicide at his fathers goods for the money Thoao who insure with us are safe friends followed the remains to the in this part of the state It will be residence near Hurricane yester and thoBe who take cheap John grave and the floral offerings were of brick veneer with an auditorium He was in bed at Assessment insurauce soldom fail to day morning most elaborate and of great beau- Â¬ be sorry 32x45 and a lecture room 16x24 V the time and fired three shots per- Â¬ ty The following gentlemen acted with three large windows of cathe- Â¬ Long Kelly Blgrs as pall bearers dral i glass There will also be forating his lungs and heart De- Â¬ GIANT INSURANCE AGENCY The following pall bearers have There spondency caused by illness led to several small windows been selected Messrs E B Long will be folding doors between the the tragedy He was married only Jno G Ellis T E Bartley II D main auditorium with glass panels ten days ago to an estimable young Holton Prank Rives W H Faxon will be translucent but not trans- Â¬ Entirely now and first claBU in all Thos W Long and Geo E Gary parent The tower will be 70 feet woman respects Excellent sample roomp Is still our motto and we maintain the fight against all competi- Â¬ and service uuequalled in the city high Pembroke Review Now that Cervera has had the Gen Lee Starts South Double Car Line On tion A steady bombardment has effected some of our out ports nerve to run the so called blockade Washington May 20 Gen Fitz Illinois First Soldier 0 P L P Kleidebeh Props lets bottle him up Henderson Ky but has left some of our main lines in tact and we are still for- Â¬ hugh Lees departure from Wash Â¬ Capt Edward Harriman Doss ington has generally been credited Couch of Peoria 111 was the first tified with big lots of as the signal to begin the invaeion man of the first company of the first of Cuba Last week a Cabinet of- Â¬ regiment sworn into the Federal The Columbia Chainless ficer was quoted as saying When- Â¬ service from Illinois for the war m with Spain The organization ever Lee starts South the inva Â¬ which he presented to the Govern- Â¬ sion of Cuba is at hand ment in the name of the State is one Well Lee with his stall started for of the very best The men stood Tampa to day yet the officials of the sunrical examination without the administration deny that the difficulty after the Captain sent troops will begin movement at home 13 whom he knew to be of doubtful strength His quota was once f Leader shoes for ladies at 150 pair S full and he had nineteen whom he A Forty Two Lives Lost offered to loan to a smaller com Elegant silk vesting top shoes for ladies at 200 pair Chicago May 20 Forty two pany The officers are all big men Yours for peace or war and always for trade Captain Couch is a giant persons are known to have lost of a born with the bearing their lives and twenty eight others soldier and a look which indi are reported dead as a result of tor Â¬ cates he could cut a Spaniards head nadoes which devastated portions oil with the greatest cheerfulness Western II He became connected with the State of Eastern Iowa Wisconsin Militia in 1862 when he joined the linois and Northern Is a Grand Success Peoria LightGuards He has been Thursday night Jwa heads the successfully second and lirst lieu Â¬ list with njnctcun fatalities and tho only olminloss that has given buccoss and hn proven It- tenant and captain of Company L The property loss can not be es Â¬ hoU no Vo m lumbia mnko have them ou exhibition at well m a number of Cq tm Cattle holding the latter commission nine timated but is heavy of elinjn whoola from a to 75 He saw service during the Wo enrry tho best assortment of Bicycle Suudrioa uud fie killed by years horses and hogs were Chicago railroad strike and coal pairing cf all kinds Wo do all kinds of oxport repairing all work hundreds V promptly doud Wo are headquarters for Gas Bicycle Lamp m miners strikes and Car bite Qivo w a palj Youra to please Castello Kick Out iw sr By whose orders was it that tW itiYiB May 2Q Scnor Leon y Sampson and Schley both turned EM yA Caatelid has refused to accept tlicr up ft Qnly 10 Cents a Wtefe Key West just when thev - ULii i at 7i i IV needed at Suntiaaro biiSjiKiin i WMi rEjforftljfUrtfolio uqiivered at KV Bob Wall and Walter Alexander C pGKc-utcn-an-t - 100 A Pair m Mens Plow Shoes A1 J toils - J H - Anderson CO i WV lis Im m 4 - f I Strawberries 25c gal Nail the Colors Mast NO Hotel Henderson SURRENDER IfllllldlllfHSItllltllliH WEAR RESISTER SHOES FOR MEN AT - - 200 PAIR Ji -- Â¬ S PETREE M COMPANY MOSS CO J THE DAILY J KENTUCKIANJ IF ry voiir door r L I i - rJf V hviracl v- - fcl