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A at VOL 1 HO 22 HOPKINSVILLE to KY TUESDAY MOENIM MAY 24 1898 Cuba had only 10000000 rouiyfw of PRIOE 2 CENTS This considering MILITARY MATTERS D this at the hour of going to press Sergt Phelps Denial 7Mi- George Phelps Original Company geant of Anxious to Guards the late Latham Light requests the Kentuckian deny emphatically the statement published in the Louisville and Lexington papers and republished here to thd fact that he had been elected First Sergeant of the hybrid company which Bradley Collier Gaines Co are trying to recruit at Lexington Mr Phelps was ap- Â¬ proached by Gaines and offered the position before the members of the original and only Company D left Lexington He told Gaines that he would not serve under lfim and would return with his companions to Hopkinsville if Bradley insisted upon foisting him upon the Com- Â¬ pany Mr Phelps at that time held his commissibn as First Ser- Â¬ geant in the original Company He is a gentleman and an efficient of Â¬ ficer and doesnt wish his name as- Â¬ sociated with any company com manded by such a character as Gaines to First Ser Â¬ MORE RUMORS cartridges at its disposal MR HOWELL HURT Enlist But Will Not Serve Under Gaines Gov Bradley Says Its Too OF HEAVY FIRING t Late Furious CadAouading Heard The best citizens of Hopkinsville regardless of party are taking- a hand in the much mixed military muddle They arc backing the La Â¬ tham Light Guards and upholding their action in returning home under rattier severe disrepu Â¬ Brad- Â¬ table appointee of Gov are determined to ley They know the reason why the Governor hasdenied them the right to choose their own officers and attempted to thrust his Henchmen at their head over the officers of their own choice They are determined to know why these able bodied well drilled pa- Â¬ triotic young men can not have an equal chance with the Companies from sister cities toiight the battles of their country The boys who returned are anx- Â¬ ious to go to the front as an organ- Â¬ ization Nearly every member of the old Company is here and while indignant over the treatment they received at the hands of Bradley and Collier their patriotism has not waned and their enthusiasm for the cause which has called American manhood to arms has suffered no diminution They are ready to organize and go to Lexington at a moments no- Â¬ tice with the old Company as a nucleus commanded by officers of their own choice subject to the ap- Â¬ proval of the Governor The following telegram was sent to Governor Bradley yesterday aft- Â¬ ernoon by citizens and county of- Â¬ ficials Ilopkinsville Ky May 23 - on the Cuban Coast i The Whereabouts ol the Oregon v is Once Aiuiciimjiveu in vuiuH Conflicting Reports Concerning Her Navy THE CAMPBELL SALE Thirteen Lots Sold for an Aggregate of 5595- - Â¬ Department Says Fleets Are at Sea ancli no News Expected Soon The handsome residence proper- Â¬ ty of the estate of the late E P Campbell on Seventh street was sold yesterday by the Christian Coupty Abstract Company acting as agent for John Stites Executor The lots were 234x570 and 224x178 feet and were divided into thirteen lots which were sold to the follow- Â¬ ing parties The residence was sold to Benj Rawlins for 2405 80 feet front The lot next to Mrs E V Gants 68 feetvfront brought 800 The purchaser was Benj Rawlins The lot adjoining Dr Cooks 85 feet front to Dr P E West for 1150 Port Au Prince nayti May 23 A report from Port de Special Paix dated Saturday says the land telegraph was interrupted un- Â¬ til to day Furious canonading was heard on the 19th in the direc- Â¬ tion of Cuba It was continued in a lively fashion to day 21st The Spanish report thit Guatamo was bombarded by the Americans and the sound of firing may have come from there posed to undertaking any military operations until after the rainy season on the ground that the san- Â¬ itary conditions in and around Ha- Â¬ vana where the army will be camped are not only naturally very bad but have been aggravated in most serious manner by the slaugh Â¬ ter and starvation of the rcconccn trados From reliable reports re Â¬ ceived by him through the marine hospital service he estimates that Where is the Oregon Anyhow 2uii0 vation 000 persons have died of star WrithintheiIIavana--provinc6- Ls Governor of Ky The citizens of Hopkinsville are very much disappointed over the D disbandment of Company which enlisted at thia place under This Com- Â¬ Capt John Feland Jr composed of a fine lot of pany was young men who if they had been mustered in the United States ser- Â¬ vice would have reflected credit upon the State and would have been a source of pride to the com- Â¬ munity which furnished them We the undersigned citizens of Hopkinsville would respectfully re- Â¬ quest your excellency to authorize the reorganization of a Company from this section to be known as of the Third Regi- Â¬ Company D of Kentucky Volunteers ment this connection we And in would represent upon the state- Â¬ ment and promise of many of the best young men who composed the said original Company that they Will furnish a full Company of able bodied men on or before Friday May 27 nearly one half of whom have already been examined and pronounced elegible for service JWie onlv condition which they make is that they shall be al- Â¬ lowed to elect their own j off- Â¬ icers subject to your- - approval We sincerely hope that your ex- Â¬ cellency may iinci it consistent with your plans to authorise the enlistment of this Company and to grant the privilege herein asked to elect their own officers Very respectful J J Landes O H Anderson James Breathitt Polk Cansler n JbhnP Prowse Matt Starling C Wm O Bradley Special Nine lots in the rear on Fourth May 23 London follows street were sold as Lloyds agent at Para Brazil re- Â¬ To J W Pritchett one lot 130 ports the arrival of three American G W Wiley one lot 140 warships there- - to day The onl J K Gant two lots 270 530 such ships known bound north are R II Holland five lots Dr A Sargent one lot 175 the Oregon Marietta and Nichthe The whole sale aggregated 5 roy which left Bahia May 9 If 595 Lloyd is correct they are steaming Dr West who bought one of the very slowly Other reports put front lots will build atonce a hand Â¬ them off the Barbedoes some residence s VvKey during the last twelve months - BREACH OF PROMISE West May 23 Special The Oregon has not arrived here No News to Give Out Washington D C May 23 The Plaintiff Wants Two Thous- Â¬ and Dollar for Her Betrayed Affections Special Eliza Whitelield S- The Naval authorities been from yellow fever 2500 from enteric fever 12000 from dysen Â¬ tery 7000 from malarial fever and 5000 from smallpox and other dis- Â¬ eases Nothing whatever has been done to remove the cause or neu- Â¬ tralize the results The dead have not been properly buried and no attempt has been to protect living people from contagion Surgeon General Sternberg has made a re- Â¬ port on this subject to the presi- Â¬ dent and it has had great weight on him - Mtham ernor ers ceivedUliis response from the Gov Â¬ Hon Joseph I Landes aid oth- Â¬ Col Smith says Regiment will be full to morrow Demand for a completion so urgent can not wait W 0 Bbaimsy The statement of the chief execu tive was received by the boys with uisuusi mm mui vuuiuy xi iuci many of them believe that his Ex Â¬ cellency had misrepresented facts it was decided to wire Col Castle man of the First Regiment asking for room in his company This Amhourlntcr Judge Landes re telegram was accordingly sent Col Jno B Castleman Camp Bradley Lexington Lath a in Light Guards yill apt serve under Uaye you room for them Games In vour Regijntmt Officered to man Governors spproyaj Full comauiv ready Norttoouae had been received v the style of a filed in the Saturday The plaintiff says that she is over twenty one years old and a resideut of this county and State In January1898 she became acquainted with- - defendant who shortly thereafter began to court her with a view to matrimony He was persistent in his attentions and in February he proposed mar Â¬ riage and was accepted in good faith May 5th was agreed upon as the date for the consummation of their vows She says that under promise of marriage the defendant took advantage of her confidence and betrayed her and refused and still refuses to carry out his prom Â¬ She asks for a ises to marry her judgment against him in the sum of two thousand dollars The parties to the action are colored The above was in type yesterday when an event transpired at the court house which gives another phase to the action The defendant Dee Brice walk Â¬ ed into the clerks office accompanied by a woman He wanted a pair of license It happened that the blanks were exhausted and Mr Prowse informed the prospective groom that he would have to wait until apair cpuld be made He dis Â¬ patched a messenger to the Ken Â¬ tuckian office and a few minutes later the desired article in blank form w as ready to be filled out and signed by the clerk1 When the document was handed to ttife wait ing groom t bore the name of Georjfe The recent lover hd EHa McRae completed the humiliation Ojf Slip Whitwidc Ijy leading hr rival to tbL altar Hi v vs Dee Brice is breach of promise suit circuit clerks office state that no dispatches have Hake Fun of Our Blockade Corunna Spain May 23 The Spanish auxiliary cruiser Mont- serrat arrived here unexpectedly last evening from Cienfueyos hav- Â¬ ing escaped the American blockad- Â¬ ing ships Large crowds of people thronged the quays and the mem Â¬ bers of the crew recei ved an ova- Â¬ tion when they went ashore The peoplp embraced the Captain and officers of the steamer The newspapers here claim that the Monlscrrat thrice ran the bloclcade of the Cuban coast as the text the articles claiming to point out that the blockade is inef Â¬ fective t is jiserted that the Montserat lanfted JQOOOO peset Â¬ as a thousand soldiers 100 guns 15Q00riiles and a quantity of am- Â¬ munition in Cuba TH1 received to day except one about As the fleets a small prize taken are now at sea no news is expected until an engagement is reported b dispatch boats or it is found that Cervera has eluded our search Reason For Delay Washington D C May 23 One reason for deferringthe invasion of Cuba is a confidence on the part of the president that if the Spanish fleet is destroyed it will not be necessary to send a large army across the guif stream He be Â¬ lieves the Spaniards will give in and Capt Gen Blanco will recehe orders to surrender and i evacuate on the bestterms he can get There is so much confidence on this point that the terms of evacuation have already been discussed in Wash ington The withdrawal of all the Spanish forces fromCubaas rapidly Â¬ WEEKS PR0QRAA1 Little Prospect of Catching the 7 Wily Cervera as possible will be demanded We want no prisoners in this war If the Spaniards yill agree to clear out and Btay put they will be al lowed to do so yith great pleasure and may carry tliejr arms with them Another cause of the delay is the Â¬ r presidentsreluctance to expose our soldiers to the climate of Cuba and heuhopea the next naval battle wjll JJurgeon make it unnecessary 0eral Stern benjhof the at my who sees thf president vTY dy Mop A t Washington D C May 23 No possible contingency can now arise accordjng to the War Department officials to prevent an invasion of Cuba during the present week Those in direct control of affairs in Â¬ sist that climatic conditions will have to he ignored and tljey- cun Kec no other reason for furthcrljiy I am tpld that a few wfcwkS ago the ontire army Which U to yo to - amount of ammunition the size of the army would be in- Â¬ sufficient to carry on a long cam- Â¬ A Rib Broken and His Right paign At the present time how- Â¬ Lung Perforated ever the army is well supplied with both arms and ammunition It is believed in the Navy Depart- Â¬ Fell From A Buggy Last Night ment that Admiral Cerveras fleet Accident a Very Seri- Â¬ will be either completely destroyed ous One or driven away from Cuban waters within the next week Secretary Alger going upon this theory is TTnn AViiiinm i TTmn pm- xvI j j i - uvury uiuKiug jn epiirinon io nive i monwcaicn s attorney met with a about 70000 men ready to leave serious and perhaps fatal accident Key West for Cuba upon short rio at 9 oclock last night Mr and Mrs Howell Mrs Mary tice C Bennett widow of the late Chief I understand on the btst authori- Â¬ Justice Bennett who is visiting ty that if the American ileet does Mrs Howell and Mr J C Duffy not meet the ileet of Admiral Cer- Â¬ Were returning in buggies from the vera within the next seven days residence of Mr George V Green the Administration will not any where they were guests at tea Mr and Mrs Howell were driving in longer delay the army of invasion front of the other buggies Shortly There is no longer any fear re- Â¬ after leaving Mr Greens gate garding the Oregon She is out of and while driving on the pike in the the danger zone and will put into direction of the city Mr Howell at- Â¬ Key West within the next twenty tempted to change se its with his wife The horse was going at a four hours for coal when she will moderate pace and he thought that hasten to join Rear Admirai Samp- Â¬ he could shift his position while the sons ileet vehicle was in motion He unfortu- Â¬ In anticipation of her arrival a nately lost his balance and fell up- Â¬ large amount of stores have been on one of the wheels of the vehicle collected at Key West so that by His right side struck the wheel Tuesday evening at the latest with great force He fell to the ground breathless but soon rallied she will be ready to join Rear Ad- Â¬ sufficiently to get into the buggy miral Sampson He was suffering great pain but With the Oregon attached to the did not think that he was seriously The jolting of the buggy North Atlantic Squadron we will injured have on hand a force which can de Â¬ aggravated his suffering and be- Â¬ il fore proceeding far he told his wife feat the entire Spanish naval force that he would walk home as walk Â¬ in the Atlantic ocean ing was much less painful The authorities do not believe When Mr Howell arrived at his home on East Seventh street he that Spain will send her home squadron to the Philippines The was utterly exhausted and still Dr Stites was sailing order whichitissaidhavcre suffering greatly at once summoned An examina- Â¬ ceived require it to come west it is tion showed that one of the ribs in believed and join forces with Ad Â¬ his right side had been broken and nad penetrated the lung miral Cerveras ileets The in- If this be true than the officials jury received skillful attention but expect that Admiral Cervera will Mr Howell was still suffering great pain at a late hour last night carry on a waiting policy avoid- Â¬ n condition is not ij riis regarded as ing battle with the armorclads of critical but should pneumonia re this Government as he can do in sult from i the perforated lung the view of the speed of his ships pre- Â¬ clances for his recovery will be venting the dispatch of an army of doubtful In any event hewillbe con- Â¬ invasion by menacing the troop fined to his bed for several weeks ships and appearing at points Mr Howell had the forethought where necessity will compel the only last week to have his accident dispatch of armor clads and play- Â¬ policy renewed ing in general a The news of his misfortune will game until he is re enforced be received with theprofoundest re Â¬ gret by hi 5 many friends here and Cars of Cavalry Horses throughout the district A train of thirteen cars of hand- Â¬ some cavalry horses destined for MANY APPLICANTS u the war went through this city yesterday afternoon They were from the Northwest and will be Examination of Applicants For Teachers Certificates Closed used by bodies of Dakota and Iowa cavalrymen who had preceded them to the seat of war passing The examination of white appli Â¬ through here Sunday cants for teachers certificates was completed by the board on Satur Â¬ Mrs Mary Morriss Death day There were thirty four appli Â¬ Wi Mary Morris one of the old- Â¬ cants in all nine males and twenty Mrs m est and most highly respected la- Â¬ live ladies It will be several days before the dies of this county died Friday at her home in the western portion of board can complete the examina Â¬ the county near the Caldwell line tion of the papers and announce the She was ninety one years of age at result as this is the most difficult the time of her death Mrs Morris and tedious feature in connection was an excellent Christian woman with the work The board consists and beloved by all who had ever of the County Superintendent Prof known her during her long and use Â¬ A C Kuykendall of South Ken- Â¬ ful life Mrs Morris leaves five tucky College and Mr L McCart Â¬ children forty one grand children ney principal of the City Schools and twenty four great grand chil- Â¬ This is the latters first term of tier dren The body was buried Sun Â¬ vice on the board he having been day at the family burying ground appointed to fill the vacancy creat- Â¬ ed by Mr W T Fowlers resigna- Â¬ near Pleasant Green church tion Mr Fowler had served sev Â¬ Goes to Nashville eral years and made a most effici Â¬ Mr William B Necley left on the ent member 513 train yesterday for Nashville where he has become interested in Airs Jacobus Snug animportant manufacturing enter Â¬ Mrs Beckey Levy Jacobus of Mr Neeley has been en Â¬ prise Nahhville who is here on a visit to gaged in the practice of law here Mrs FleureUo Levy for more than a year past He is a h6r mother a solo at Grace church Sun Â¬ graduate of Cumberland Universi Â¬ sang ty and a young man of splendid day which was appreciated and business qualifications and high complimented by a large number of Her selection Mr Nceleys protes competent judges character regret to see him was the beautiful poem of Miss sional brethren abandon the law in which profes Â¬ Careys One Sweetly Solemn sion he had excellent prospects Thought rendered into music by Their best wishes however will Daux Mrs Jacobus js a great fa i v follow him to his new field No young man in this qity haaagreuter vorite wtth the music Ipvers of ti city number of loyal friends 1 hide-and-se- ek I i tu ijii WWcWWWi i i r W UJ J 1u 1 i l i I mc gatl Itentuchtan Putlkhwl every utorilntf fexcit Monday OKAS Hi KAAVMHi by Delivered by cartler to alt parts ol tbo city m u rimfli niiil j wtrr 10 it HtiS jm- - wiPwf iwUftmiW 1iWJit rTiiriHM SMOKELESS POWtflER iij I rii m Wr asmmt 410 AJ J- -a -- - anxv NX Admiral Sampsons Cruisers Fur Â¬ at nished With the Article Washinerton D C May 23 WZBX Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS- m It i XWMoNtU SUSCRirTIOX XATXS Pkr Wkek 35 j 10 Jr vSojs Porto Rico And harder to take now than they were J jvlien President McKinlcy orderfcd t j V lliuiSpamards to leave resulted in the Vfy lttftfblockade has capture of some merchant shis ftgliVs- at Matanzas Cienfuegos and Cardenas the death of one Amcri- W can Officer and several of our men iandjithe starvation of an unknown 1 number of recpneentrados to rc felliev Whose bufferings was our first iloclared nurnose The ulocicaue l has been death to them and has done the Spaniards no appreciable lt - If the past month gives a true SLEEP measure of the vigor and brains of flui war has lasted just one the Administration as a war maker jnonth to day and what has been the war wont be over for years j accomplished Do something Mr McKinley do Qujba is still in possession of Spain something New York Journal both ate ISOHMANDER nKINLEY AS- - their business W h pi 1 mi U Aft - Capt Walter B Barker the for- Â¬ mer Cotisul to Sagua la Grande I Cuba is on a sick bed at Washing Â¬ Notions Cloth Â¬ ton by reason he says of the all change of climate from Cuba to this V I hardly suffered a country days illness durng my three w said years sojourn in Sagua With proper sani Capt Barker tary conditions Cuba especially the mountains thereof is more health Â¬ BESTOLOTE ful than this climate I see bv the newspapers that the idea prevails largely that our unseasoned troops harm will suffer more from the ravages Admiral Deweys brilliautvictory of infectious disease than from the at Manila which excited the world guns of the enemy This is erron- Â¬ GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU and 1 A evoked its admiration has eous There is no more delightful A Third Spanish Squadron served chicilv to demonstrate how country in this section of the world Gibraltar May 23 The Gov- Â¬ incapable the Government is of fol- - man uuoa in tne summer no ernor here will not allow war ves it is wlnjr up an advantage Dewey more disease breeding than some sels parsing the straits to be re Ms still in Manila Bay circumstanc of our Gulf States and certainly no ported 1ed precisely as he was twenty days reasonable fear on this account The Spaniards are preparing ago when he had sunk the enemys should avail among Southerners what they call their thirdsquadron ships and made himself master of who are about to enlist in the vhich will consist of Princess de the harbor Troops to support him aimy Asturias of 7000 tons and with a haVe not yet left San Francisco and speed of 20 knots now at Cadiz thejfne cruiser that was supposed The Charleston sailed Sunday the Cardinal Cisneros at Ferrol of to have started has gone back to from San Franciscofor Manila and the same size and speed the Le Arc you interested in the prices of Ladies and Chiidrens Slippers the City of Pekin and the Monterey panto Mare Island for leisurely repairs at Cartagena of 5000 tons Commodore were due to leave last night The Admiral Sampson and speed 20 knots and Numancia P this is an opportunity that you cant afford to miss To close these lines Schlcy and Commodore Watson the Pekin was loaded with the First and the Vitona which is being out right away we have decided to cut the 1 commanders of om Atlantic squad- Â¬ Regiment and a number of volun newly Bfti TWO- - All of our ladies and armored and engined There rons are chasing around the seas teer companies These are the first chiidrens slippers are also at Ferrol the torpedo gun- Â¬ in search of a Spanish ileet that tip of 12000 troops to be sent to Manila de Molina the jo date has been clever enough to These include volunteers from Min- Â¬ boats Dona Maria Marques de la Victoria arid the keep out of their way nesota Wyoming Nebraska Kan- Â¬ Don Alvara de Bazan each of 800 The Board of Strategy the Sec Â¬ sas and Colorado The trip will tons and 20 knots speed Our Little Giant shoes and slippers retary of the Navy the Secretary take about 30 days the distance Unless the American Governmept market and every one who has ever triedare the best wearing goods brought to this them will testify the truth of this assertion being 6200 fofWar and President McKinley moves quickly it will have the fore- Â¬ f Commander-in-Chie- f of the forces by Everybody familiar with the po- Â¬ going to contend with in additidn and land and empowered to refiSea t to Admiral Cerveras and Admiral move nis aias at wm may oe m- - sitions of the American ships knew Camaras squadrons The latter m tu i at once that there was no credence is expected to leave Cadiz within a um uiuinu Luuiy saw mu wui iu to be placed in the report Sunday few days GSyyork but nobody else is His destination is un- Â¬ m ne nuiriect tn stinnnrr ewiv is that a great battle had been fought known but it is probably the Antil o Wi j isr a disirraceful exhibition of mindless off Hayti Saturday morning The les notwithstanding that the news Â¬ WORTH 75c 100 125 and Uloth squadrons of both Sampson and papers say the Philippines xne oiocKaue wlucli starves our Schley only left Key West Friday W liopkinsville Produce riarket friends and leaves our enemy all and Hayti is 1000 miles from Key Cash prices paid by Hopkinsvillo Jrthe time he needs to strengthen his West 250 pairs chiidrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c merchants defences and perfect his means of 100 125 and 150 Louisville MusicFestival cleared Bacon communication is fatuous The employment of the better 336 and the Directors are very Bams country part of our navy in a chase after a much pleased at the success of the Shoulders 4J5c quicker sailing Spanish squadron undertaking Preparations for a SideB We will also put in this sale our entire line of G6jtc black kid and tan is beginning to appeal to the nat Â¬ bigger one next year are already Lard 5i6c button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big ional sense of humor The chase is under way reduction Half Country Produce all right but why use so many we are still selling Jeff Justice of Prestonburg Ky B utter at prime Eastern 16c ships ships that could be turned dropped dead while taking a drink 8c Eggs to better service New York Cost 3fJi32c Havana is still where it always of water Now look out for a fresh Now f oathora 2022c has been San Juan doesnt jro off crop of alleged jokes about that en- Â¬ Beeswax Tallow 8c on elusive cruises Santiago and tirely original subject of drinking in Kentucky Ginseng per lb 2225 Cienluegos are obliging enough to Honey 10c -stay put Why not leave the pur The suggestion in some of the pa- Â¬ Tub waBhed wool 2830c suit of the Spanish ships to one pers a iiw iimi ii nr ihuiiimmi that Grover Cleveland be ap- Â¬ Greased iiwii 1320e American fleet and open the guns pointed Brigadier General is not be Â¬ Burry wool 10lkc of our other war ships on things THE PRESENT ing taken very seriously Ducks that standstill the important ports and not Dons are Grove Poultry rs strong Old chickens live per lb of Cuba and Porto Rico hold 5J6c Rouse yourself and do something Roosters 2Jq Mr McKinley Dismiss the timid Turkeys per lb Re THE Cervera who sailed into Santiago POST DISPATCH men the over wise men the to do1 DucUb Thursday sailed out again Friday learned strategists who surround and is now on his way to Martin- Â¬ Grain Is the Only you Get rid of the solemn incom- Â¬ ique where he will coal his Ileet Clover per 1 St Louls Paper 8 bushel petents and put the conduct of the again provided the French authori- Â¬ Outdoing others Outdoing ourspjves in vnluo giving Greater Bar Oats homo grown por bu 8588o war into the hands of professional With ItB Own Staff Corrospoudeule gains moro Bargains than ever beforo Wo aro soiling cheaper because Corn S5o lighters who know that war ought ties raise no objections at all Poiuta of Interest wo are soiling more to be rough and hot work and who Wo have 95c Wheat At Havaua t t Lou Emma Chandler a Mr Sylvester Scovol really want to light Livo stock At Madrid convict from Owsley county Hats trimmed in the latest styles Feebleness of purpose bewilder- Â¬ Mr A has been pardoned by the Gov- Â¬ Hogs 3350 At Washington E Houghton Sailors in all the new shapes and colors ment of mind and an amazingly un Sheep ernor 250350f Mr sanguinary disposition mark the Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming Cattle 2r504 At New York Stephen Bonsai Washington end of this conflict Cap Stewart M Brice a son of Calvea Have you seen our line of new belts 53504 Mr Morton Watkina A whole month gone and nothing Calvin S Brice has returned from HideB J Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corsets and Fure done Nothing but the Manila vic- - Europe to serve in the Commissary THE NEWS OP THE DAY IN Hosiery handkerchiefs etc jieuu muus Bargains speak for themselves tpry the great blae of which nqw department Uai0 Green salted hidoB 8o lights up the astounding lethargy THE POST DISPATCH Dry flint 1012o of the Government The Kentucky and Kearsarge The world is 15 cents a week seven daya if de beginning to laugh at us will be ready for service by Novem Vegetables livered by agent 60 cents a month G0o Whats the matter Mr McKin Â¬ ber 1 unless some accident occurs New potatoes per buBhol if sent by mail Cabbage per barrel Ypu are the Chief Magistrate to delay the work B0o ley of a great country You can have Ilulioldt Commissioners Sale Teddy Roosevelts Terrors are to all the men arms and money you That great Philanthropist T M want for the asking You know be armed with Cuban machetes in Â¬ Edmundson is still in the riug for Monday June C 1898 11 a m stead of the regular cavalry swords the euchantmoiit of distressed hu Â¬ Those desiring to purchase homes that yet you do nothing farm property or to invest manity Instead of the roar of guns knock Â¬ They will be ready to leave San Htand tho He is dispensing at his old kind of real estate would do in any well to following popular brands Until you have seen my new line ot imported ing Spanish fortifications about Antonio the last of the week Old Prentice Early Times Old Bar Â¬ attend this sale on aboye date as Spanish ears in Cuba and in Spain ber Ilaokley Mehvood MoBrayer there is some desirable property Will Receive Bids SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS tho best on earth for medical purpo- Â¬ both farms and city property to itself we have what We will be at the mouth of the ses Como aud aoe mo all of you be sold Fkank Rivks A hnore at Washington Locust lane near Beverly Ky on who are weary and heavy ladon and I Master Comr of the C C C I guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN- Wake up Mr McKinley wake Monday May 231898 at 9 a m will give you rest Humiuur Excursion Hilton SHIP the best thatmoncy can secure up If you cant rise to your task to give tospecifications to those who Rev J U Spuriin will meet his bid on contract for grad Â¬ desire Tho I 0 R R will sell summer acknowledge it to yourself If you ing metaling and re metaling the friends and neighbors and all who excursion tickets dont know what to do call in Palmyra road from the end of Pal will attend at Sinking Fork church Coruleuu Sprincs as follows androturn 80o somebody that does and then let myra pike to Liberty church next Sunday in a fitting service to Dawson Springs aud return -170 Kight reserved to reject any and Jifin alone Sit down on the poli Â¬ jJF1 No 14 South Main 826 commemorate the fiftieth anniver Â¬ Orittendpn Spgs uud return all bids Grayeou Sdringd and return 580 and give the Admirals and ticians sary of his settlement in that neigh Â¬ Return limit 90 dRva from ditto of Jno Y Owhtry l f n dpnerala a freq rein They know t Taos II Major c borhood EL M Shrkwood Ast tudu up-to-datein Ad miral Sampsons cruisers have been furnished with smokeless powder the first lot delivered oV a 250000 contract given the Du ponts three months ago flhe ter ordinary nble smoke made by the sJLt used in heavy guns brown powder makes it impossible to see twenty yards after the second round Ad- Â¬ miral Sampson reports that the faces of the men handling the guns Is invited to inspect my large stock oj5 Spring Dry Goods at San Juan Matanzas and Cer- denas were covered with saltpeter ing etc before making1 their purchases Everything new and at the second round from the 8 inch departments and 13 inch guns while the thirst created from the smoke and gas Beady-Tfl-We- ar of this burnt powder finder the heat of a tropical sun s absolute- Â¬ They are Dandies made by tho best tailors iand from THE ly unendurable1 Within a fortnight the entire ileet 13 inch guns and all will IN flip have an abundant supply of this new powder JO METZS STORE The Great Hopkiusville Mecca For Economical Rttvers t fl- THE PUBLIC See Our Suits JSf 2m mil we lave the Best ill M Styles Remember the PlaceNext Door to Hardwicks Ladies and Cnildrens sjilppol u 2 SO AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS l50 Â¬ fifi i ni Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers CUT PRICE 40c 78o 50c 65c and 75c CUT PRICE 40 50 65 75 CTS Little Giant REMEMBER IT Clothing Price MAMMOTH LOTBDQTGO SHOE CO US THE PALACE -- Millinery Millinery Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Ada Layne pmmmmmrmwmttmmmmmti g g fc JL Tobill Tailor 4 3 miuUiaiUi0iMimuau4iUiiU o HMB5BB5 ffaW toWMUM PRICES 0 ffW Mmimn JMiliiini i iii iiawwwwwiiwiiiawfc WHITE FOX HOUNDS v d jose Hinting Porera Are Mtkable AUTOCRATS LONG DISTANCE hteilijswc 1 general impression that TInre fox hounds were all orig- Â¬ the Virginia Mr Austin inally black and tans Dljickwcll of Oak Springnear War ronton wlio is n member of the Na- Â¬ tional 11 tint association imparts some Interesting lore on the subject Col fllfus ftlimindff of Karqujer who fig-Â¬ ured in tlie revolutionary war while Absent from homo left his son lilias in charge of his laud and hounds Young Edmtinds made efforts to se- Â¬ n hound at various cure a in Virginia but without suc- Â¬ points Senator Graysons son boasted cess that he cotijd find him one saying Send to Billy Davis of Prince Wil- Â¬ a noted character of liam county lie hasonc you ante bellum epoch can get A servant was dispatched to Davis place and found one old white hound which he took back to his young masWhen on another visit to his ter What white friend Grayson asked Edmonds hound is that you have That is Billy Davis black replied nnd tan The Edmondses have all been fa Â¬ mous fox hunters Francis Edmonds Black well n nephew of Elias Ed- Â¬ monds the third owned Dave and Crafty the grandsircand granddame of Mr Austin BlnckwelPs present pack of 12 hounds one half of which are snow white They are remarkable for their intelligence and nru knovnas the Arab strain The lender old Henry has hunted for sportsmen rom all parts of the coun- Â¬ try and far many years has been a familiar figure in the hunting field lie has bden knowju to carry in his mouth foxes which he has captured without mutilating them and to await the arrival of all the huntsmen be- Â¬ fore giving up his prey The late Capt Assheton an Englishman who emigrated to Farquier about 30 years ago brought with him of a fine pack of Iinglish hounds bulldog muscle and tones of thunder which he exchanged for Arabs At hi3 death he gave the remainder of his pack to Mr Blackwell These Arabs it is claimed are the nucleus from which have sprung many of the best fox hounds in this section Some of the fleetest and hardiest liounds of tle northern kennels trace Mr their pedigrees to this breed dames woouwaru presiueni or me Hanover bank of New York who has a country seat at Millersville in Anne Arundel county a popular Maryland hunting ground has within the last tew years purchased a number of these dogs from Mr Blackwell which are rcp6rted to have given much satis- Â¬ faction Baltimore Sun is u black-and-fav Â¬ Â¬ HAD NO EAR FOR MUSIC Couldnt Tell the Spanish Fandango from the National Hymn Blimmer hasnt been very chipper since lie came back from a trip to the southwest He looks scared and seems averse to talking about his winter outing though he6 a good talker and usually full of life The truth is that Blimmer had one of those experiences that make a He and Captou lasting impression maae ine trip logetner nna couniea Down on the time of their lives in a Texas town they went to the theater A war with Spain was all the talft and excitement ran high When the orchestra played Yankee Doodle the audience went wild and wouldnt allow the curtain to go up until they had the Star Spangled Blimmer doesnt know one tune from another but he entered into the spirit of the thing and whooped him- solf hoarse Juiter a pretty dancer came on and the orchestra started on a Spanish fandango Blimmer thought this his cue to do some more yeljing Ho jumped up waved his hat and had let out about half a cheer when ho was tossed about so fast that Capton couldnt keep track of him Luckily the mayor was present To him Capton explained Blimmors in- Â¬ firmity His honor interfered and his short speech stating that the gen- Â¬ tleman had no ear for music was re ceived with doubt Blimmer must speak for himself lie cot up look ing as though- he had been rolled around undprh brush harrow but he know how much depended on his elo- Â¬ quence and the way ho sailed jnto Spain beat any jingo that ever tackled the job Youd think that every day war was deferred was torture to Jjim and ho so warmed the crowd up that tho show was adjourned long enough to let every fellow go out and see a man Detroit Free Press - Banner Â¬ r An Acceptable Present An Atchison woman who thought longanddooplyof themost acceptable gift for her husbands birthday mndo him a present the other day thatmado him clap his heels together in dc- Kill OHU LUUh UUWl mil linn 111 II1U fsnaro room iravo it to a neighbor nod notified all her visiting kind of ivfrwuu tiint every ma in I is vvjuvi cjdnt oot wni tjwpt foj poftaiAfcilaiC occupied T Tho pmtint hr house So silently havo the long distancd w mi It seems that the distinction or iikk I 7MT telephono wires crept across the coun- Â¬ --01 I I worth of tho writer is no measure of g 22 OT8 B HH o V S gS 5 C3 S 2 S2 - o c a sva uu K3 I -- i - ii cd j a z jz the commercial value of his handwrit- Â¬ try and through tho south that tho Cc a3 a SW uq cu nao growth of their use is hardly appre- Â¬ r -- m - nM o hp a Z9 ing This painful fact is demon witua Kssncc EJq ciated even by the business men who B a MID rT ttrated in a recent catalogue of autouse them -- ooc n tj S aim CK a tc graphs on Bale in New York crS- 09 T3 It is but Ilere the public are offered tlie successful a few years since tho first C criX long dislauco telephone a ta n n ya handwriting of royalty and common- was tn put in operation between New Bers including all kinds and condim33 ar York and Philadelphia This line V tt S ET D a s p C ro iu OSS sT HMhRerg o 00 O 03 pj CO tions and every degree of worth and a-- o ton extending northward through Boston CO iV worthlessness virtue and vice genius to a vn Maine and southward to Washing- Â¬ t V r-OS J1 and stupidity at prices within tho ton still forms tho backbone of 5 a p- - erg rrtsOQ o D the ID Ui o rf P rr OT rrl ISreach of all if their arms are long 2 ll t a US r S to BJ OCT o CD en system Meanwhilo a lino has been S m a n tT ui -w enough o u a d u cr W dim tm m Tm completed from New York by way of OO w On tho first pago we find a noto of a O MS tu D TJ 5 c Troy Buffalo and tho lake shore to 01 o a a Rare Peter Stuyvesant Docu- Â¬ Chicago taking in tho large cities on -- I C5 tOt3 o 42 O a ment at 150 while just below we J30 tho way actors at see letters from 26 modern N From Chicago there is a lino to just half the money Certainly Peter Nashville and thence to Memphis j was not much of an actor and any one from which point it will soon bo exÂ¬ of tho male actors would have made tended to Little Rock and into Texas just as good a governor Other lines from Chicago reach Turning tho page we find tho mar- Â¬ northwest to Davenport and south Â¬ tyred Charles I at 45 while the west to St Louis and tho great city go n 5B top 4 w frSa bc w great Protector is thought worth only on tiro lake will bo connected soon 40 You can get all four of the with Des Moines Kansas City and -s j k laj ir English Georges for 15 Albert Ed- Â¬ Omaha a -r 03 a rr m aai r w i- v triry- -r 03 cz o o TJ u O f IB 5D l3 P cd ai ward prince of Wales may be had oo- co 3 ji OQi5 C3 tn rg rrS aa From Washington tho line will be O PVT3 U 2S3gP o nTB zzE o w to D er s on mourning paper speaking of the extended to Atlanta Montgomery oTCJ -- r r P - - o ti 2 rrr O VO E aÂ¬ y iJ- a i in health of his princess for 850 prob- New Orleans and Houston l na All of om 8 -U to ably if he had written something of uhese lines that are not already con- Â¬ OO 5 5 Ci ax a 0 TJ 3 -n 03 O 522- - JQ the fragrant Lily it would have structed are certain soon to be built CO been worjih much more T3 FB1- ts PB m The interests chiefly served by thia KB J3 03 n to 03 D Bn 53 n 9c It is a pity no price is affixed to system of instant verbal communica- Â¬ Ceo cr p s Henry IV of France perhaps because tion at long range are the great com- Â¬ it is priceless but so is Charles tho mercial houses at the larger cities on o to t ui co a w sr m i IO m Merry of England who founded the North Atlantic coast the lake D hj SfrS SidaCSor Wn SiP Krs S Jj m luC many ignoble houses KTC tl ports the packing andmanufacturing B i y to Q oi ST - T 5 f3 - w l J Cfi f n to- Vw o of Napoleon I is concerns of the centraLilississippival The signature Ci ct p CD gSTS sLESSP at 15 but then he was only ley and the far reaching agricultural cheap 5J O in ijs rto r rL KJCTi r LJ tLLs y il osSojsrw nrsc consul anu u you wuuuuuauuu and manufacturing interests at tho SI ian I of Mexico you must lay down south 25 Wellington is valued at one Eastern bankers find long distance 3S O S Ol -ft irW r iPCJStS tOS o M tenth of Napoleon nC telephones of service in verifying difÂ¬ Bismarck thanking a lady for po- ferences or correcting mistakes and w f fa ID WJ 00 etical congratulations on his birth- Â¬ frequently call up interior banks BS h aiD im M mn Cr DU B Q SMr j -n y rr y 9 considering Chicago grain and meat product deal rT day is reasonable at kscokk co T rn r rr rr rrrri uj rn s -ra S PS Bo Wo -V rr oui uq r p CU3 cost him to ers who are heavy shirpors use tne -the effort it must have ol CT DV M N3- o m J6 - rn m to ltv -lij t lUK- - o S Pro1 I tw v m rrn i Barnum as well wires in arranging details of theii o read the poetry t MOo -- i to coJ3 r cd known in hislifetime as any man in business as do the representatives of P rrtfl COc COCO- vfe uj e rQ B r 55 tO r o 1 o Vj the world costs only 50 cents while shipping interests at eastern points o J in J O co Brigham Young costs ten times as Tho New England cotton goods manmuch ufacturers and southern dealers in 03 COO rj os K c cr c sr 2i jcd co aoa 5-- g j c rr nmcr Art comes high Joshua Reynolds cotton are also in the habit of con- Â¬ -- BBQP5 g w Kg g P O 5o 2B3- ST to g m as r zr no Â¬ v n m ft s c w ST at 20 and Wagner at 15 arc ex- ferring verbally daily although hun- Â¬ s 03 - B S Ol O-ut it 7 3- - o Zc0q O en t3 Philanthropy rujes low dreds of miles apart and although amples a c a 2 53 5 B - SS 03 r J5 J o to c 20 0 5 rjc o r Gerrit Smith distinguished philan- Â¬ the tolls for using the long distance W cyj S -- PrStscrq c o fel B B ta thropist temperance advocate and telephone range from about one dolco o Wl 0 rr- - Lj -u 3 V3rT3 o n o zr- - o sr abolitionist gave away nearly 200 lar to ten dollars for five minutes c gg H O CD tCn -c Vj n ffl j cTS 03 cFS g estate to the poor mffllD - 5d t 000 acres of his J o conversation the cost represents far 2 rr O C rxIB C Jl PCD a S 5 5tJ cr JT T3 B C 2 T3 O 50 cents ta CDTJ less than the expense of personal in- Â¬ 00 P S - o rco B tfl n Da nc 3Q 3 rr mO rr- C Ot 1 TT ST 03 C rrcn But if the philanthropist had the terviews and in tho saving of time r t 03 O 03 B OlCD - K cr i o 5 to be hanged he is setdown far outstrips in value the use of the r bad luck n ui T o cr o S nl U 5 o ft o t o ncD - o tr -- 03 B 50 times as much John Brown of telegraph at - 05 En r 15 cd ao cd M cr o O o-j n r o Ossawatomioat 25 Just what the relations between the 8S hi03 O Q it cr L ri eur r a Sl tziQ b c J 03 ao There nre few local autocrraphs in long distance telephone and the tele- Â¬ Si5 o O 03 CO 1 to O 03 q J 03 o Cl r - TT 2- the list Fraaklin Pierce more of a graph people aro is top long for dis- Â¬ va 2B Si a ja obs CO cd o 1rBC oS CD co m B S lawyer than a president is quoted cussion Thus far there has been no 25 25 oq Eiog g 00 B CDi57coCDDn0SB- n P PB C at 5 and McKinley more of a presi- Â¬ open competition between them I 3a dent than a lawyer at 2 any event space has been practicalK Tho richest man in the world annihilated in the United States en t c to oSS3 03 os tO jj uq 23 o r Co o phgptd Rothschild is worth only 1 while of Omaha so far as the ability of -- a oc CD -p c Sko s -- g Rousseau comes at 750 peoplo to converse is concerned and cE the ragged B Sffi B- -g td ffd Sgc S ri ioQ2 o cu rTdjB3tTJ n but then the bankers signature on it will not be long before this will be SoL p3 c cc tn rB C ST a current check would be worth true of the continent Youths Com Si 5 P a m B03 O - -- E W p hh 5 -- Si Ecof more in panion - oq 03 O tO 03 B g NB cr Tm cr 03 TJ b - oT00 Ea o Bro But none of tho foregoing worthies crPE3 p icT 2 rt to oj t o o CO3 SLEEP AND DREAMS except wooden legged Peter seems to P re- HO b O 3 T3 -03 03 or Btd a 03 -- or ta J PsTb b be in it with literary people espe- How Acas3lz Worked Out a Scientific vxyi OO J2 B ti in c i SP ra 03 O CD 2 5 U3 B KgisTor o ta cially when they writo about love I IO Problem o o rL C 1 T3 rrl affairs Thus a mawkish loVe lcttei n MX P rr B to BCD - C3 Tho letters on sleep and dreams in O S l from Keats to Fanny Brawne avow --n S3 03 O B 05 u V oq iner his hatred of tho world and wisli- - tho Spectator remind mo of a case in 03 CjtB a a sweet poison from thooxperienceof Agassizand which he M to ing I could take 2 3 01 P5 to3 Jh n O do B pr -O your lipsio send mo out of it is held told me himself though it is recorded to- 5B o oo B fishes P- Jyo ana a lexier irom juarguexjtie in his work on tho American at cle Valois author of the dullbut very no was studying a fossil fish in tho much off color Deptanieron can- Â¬ Jardin des Plantes but had never not be had for less than 250 the been able to determine the species to -- w his satisfaction After a time ho -highest price quoted in the list dreamed that he caught tho vpry fish Green Bag and without difficulty determined the question thinking as he woke from mm A SERIOUS MISTAKE the dream that he would have no dif DeaconJacksons Experience with a ficulty But on returning to the fossil Hopkinsville Gas Young Unbroken Mule something in tho dream had escaped Deacon Jackson was a very pious him and he could no more determine AND but very determined old colbred citi- Â¬ the species than before Tho nexi zen of Owl Creek Valley says the At- night he hadi the same dream and lanta Journal He had a young mule again forgot tho essential point He Lightning which his boys were unablotto ride then determined to takea pencil and i i and their failure tobreakiCheonimal paper with him to bed and make his so exasperated tho old man that he de- - note as soon as ho woke The dream Havo opened up their show xerraineu to nae it miusuu xiu wus camo the third time but to his sur rooms for tho Beasou in tho however no sooner located on it prise on fully awakening ho found an ad Â¬ tho drawing made and lying on the Main back than ho was thrown into HOWE BUILDING Is the only morning daily paper published joining lot where ho was picked up table bedside with threonines tlis a atook Btreot whero thoy havo with both legs broken and his neck plared in it which were novisiblo in of tho latest improved within a radius of 70 miles of Hopkinsville badly sprained j tho fossil and which solved tho probWhat on earth did such an old man lem On returning to theijardin des Gas Ranges For Sale as you mean by trying to rido a wild Plantes ho obtained permission of his young mulo like that asked the doc- Â¬ friend tho director to chip oway a At Cost Price scalo of stone which lay pn tho spot Or Will Be Rented tor Waal sah said Deacon Jackson where tho bones wero in the drawing At tlie Nominal Sum of I never does undertake to donuthin and found themjhorc as hjs drawing Year widout fust consultan ov do Lawd an had given thorn It is 30 years since 300 Per seein whut ho dun thunk erbout hit Agagsiz told me the incident but Aro also agents for tho GEN Up-to-da- te X axed Him ef I orter ride dat mulo thoso who havo access to his history DINE WELSBACH LAMP ercount boys of tho North American fishes will bo what my triflin no Tho finest Light in exiatonco couldnt ridi mi do Lawd Hosed able to read it in his own words in tho ycWh jes as plain ez I am talking to introduction and correct my version you f a if my memory has in any dotail failed Well but He seems to have given me London Spectator by Up am you bad advice A Recipe No doctor His judgment was all Buy Your To right fer do LawSfknows dis olo man trL wish tlat I could acquire a rep- Â¬ nover seecLdo day when ho was af eered utation for being bright said Willie to straddlo anything from a circular islungton i saw up iu orHjppauft out ais muua an- Thcro is nothing easier Will pay from 12 2 to 20c lb To City Subscribeis 10 Cents Week Delivered think do Lawd was just mistooken in Ewered Miss Cayenne All you need f deraule do is to say you have heard if boforo MOAYON whenever anyone else says anything Thin people imagine that exercise Washington Star will mako hom thinner This is not clover -w nn 11 i i i tru moaeraje excrcis wweiauyin yTheSalpop keepers in Sifter Mo WANTED AN tho oppn air increases tht appetite refuse- tb sell liquor to an v pcincm who Delivered atYour Door by 6 a m and the power pt assummng Joouj is alraadj overloackd HUllS CO Iatant Attorney Wiwhingtou U 0 for tlilf 81800 prla oiler thua adding U the perspni weight j -i Are No Indication of the Writers PosU tlon or His Wealth Gives People Thousands of Miles Apart Chance to Converse riiri TELEPHOJte 3 1 If 1 BE rr- siifPr Â¬ r gC Â¬ Â¬ -1- CD CO CD - I Q i i 5l S CD CD v F- r CO 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potato slips The Disciples of Esculapius Arc the city yesterday Dont fail to attend Frankels Miss Toney Ware is visiting Mrs WOMEN Tomorrow ladies were go ing toput on some flpecials in which were sure youll be interested for your men and boys These Mens good heavy scathleas cotton socks blacks and tans 25c and Mens good spring weight Balbriggan Underwear 25c a garment and Boys Dress Shirts white bodies with colored bosoms laundered 39c and Mens Laifndered White Shirts with colored bosoms and cuffs to match 49c Now ladies these are In Our i Midst Pa NVhai Will Become of Their jtieiib While the t A - Doctors nre Awny Southern Kentucky Medical dissociation jvill beg in a two days seion in this city to day lit will be a notable and very in Â¬ teresting gathering of doctors and the attendance will be large and re Â¬ presentative Someofthedoctorsbe gaii coming in last night and the others will arrive on the morning jt IEhe i V trains i Among those who arrived last city Clothing V night were Dr B Smock of Miss Willie Radford of The Louisville Dr Frank Henry Square spent yesterday in the The Owensboro Madisonville Morgantown and companies of the of Louisville Dr Frank Simmons city roiv1 i mrimonf linvp nlrnnfh 1iffn ofLouisville and Dr G W llollins b Miss Bbswcll Wilson a popular ofAdairville Dont fail to attend Frankels The sessions will be held in the circuit court room Below will be MAKE A MAN OF HIM Phenomenal Sale of Vitals Brand U found the program for to day Clothing As soon as a boy puts on his v Program for To Day The Louisville Conference will his iirst trousers he thinks he is a man His first little suit sat Â¬ meet at Louisville September 21 I Call to order by President A isfies him that he is at last as and the Kentucky Conference at E Gardner MDMorgantown old as his father We are glad to have a hand in Flemingsburg September 141 Prayer by W K Piner IIop- encouraging the little fellow in The Ninth Street Presbyterian kinsville this ambition by giving them the church was prettily decorated Sun IIK Addresses of Welcome For A most stylish and tasteful gar day in honor of v City The Mayor For Christ Â¬ ments that can be made tor boys The exercises wereChildrens Day pretty and very ian County Medical Society G BRING YOUR BOYS TO appropriate and a large audience jvlG Moseley M D OUR STORE enjoyed the program XV Response to Welcome by S B and let us fit them in We have just received a lot of t narreii Kusseuviiie X Report of Committee on Ar- Buggies Surries etc and these Stylish Spring Apparel added to our present stock make a rangements VI Report of the Secretary fine assortment to select from We FRANKELS VII Report of the Treasurer Vni Applications for Member ship Howell belle visited in the city yes- Â¬ IX Miscellaneous Business Com- terday munications etc Mr John Waller of Madisonville Afternoon Session 230 Oclock I is visiting friends and relatives in AncientMedicine Address Bv A tne ctv- M J Gardner M D Morgantown Miss Cecil Holloway of Church 1 Books Instruments and Meth Â¬ Hill spent yesterday with friends fy ods of the Doctor of Fifty Years in the city Ago J O Reynolds M D Elk Robert Cayce of Hcrndon was ton Ky among the citys numerous visitors 2 Routine Practice J F Ras yesterday coe M DM Julian Ky Mr Edward Thompson and bride 3 The Practical Value of the of Madisonville spent yesterday in 1X Rays in Every day Work A T in the city McCormack M D Bowling Green Mr C H Harrison and Mrs Jet- Â¬ Ky Discussion led by R W ty Layne of Fairview were in the Frey M D Trenton Geo W city yesterday White M D Polkville James Rod Â¬ Miss Fannie Thompson of Cadiz man M D Hopkinsville L G is visiting Miss Pattie Flack on Richardson M D Lewisburg 4 Hysteria Epilepsy E P South Main street Zt Mrs Gertie Keith and Miss Myr- Â¬ Reily M D Furguson tle West of Crofton are visiting in x icuuubjixcpui 1 ui raises p P Earle M DM Charleston the city this week General Discussion to follow Lucien Cayce a prominent mer-Â¬ At 9 oclock p 111 a reception will chant of Howell was in the city on J6 iriven to the Association and vis- - business yesterday iM Hing ladies at Hotel Latham by fsilSJi Mr Will Singleton a popular ttilH Bthe Christian County Medical So- - young business man of Nashville tclety Dancing until the wee was in the city yesterday ismall hours Misses Blackwell and Fruit of A -- John Clardy at Gracey Mr Omiir S Brown of Crolton twas in th city yesterday Mrs John H Bell is at Dawson Springs recruiting- her health Mr Neil Rutland of Empire vis Â¬ ited friends in the city yesterday Mr W S Moore of The Square was a visitor to the city yesterday Mr and Mrs W W Radford of Howell spent yesterday in the city Mrs M B King of Church Hill was shopping in the city yesterday Mr and Mrs Dulin of Concord spent yesterday with friends in the - Phenomenal Sale of Vitals Brand Clothing Dont fail to attend Frankels Phenomenal Salcof Vitals Baand Clothing Mr William Johnson is quite sick of remittent fever at his home on - North Main street Dont fail to attend Frankels Phenomenal Sale of Vitals Brand Clothing A The weather this week is all that could be asked the change from last week being a welcome one Dont fail to attend Frankels Phenomenal Salcof VitalsBrand 100 A Pair Mens Plow Shoes iest wearing shoe made never sold for less than a 125 before All sizes 6 to lls H -- Wf w IM C bargains gainsaiid Frankels bar on sale NOW are now prepared to furnish you anything in the vehicle line at the lowest price Our work is all thor- Â¬ oughly guaranteed and you will find what you want by calling at J B Foley Cos No 108 Main St Buggies from 3250 to S175 Har Â¬ ness from 425 30 All goods all kindsr all styles all prices No bad notes takes You dont have to pay us for some loss we may have sustained by doing loose cred it business We take in trade for buggies Silver Gold Currency and good notes We think by this method we are safe and you have saved We would be glad to show you through our stock of buggies and harness J B Foley Co 108 Main St Hopkinsville Ky bottomsthe With stitch down eas- I wA t iS J Anderson S 4 There are many SpuHous Kinds and many NO GOOD KINDS Then there is a Whiskies Brandies Wine Cordials n BEST KIND TRIAL IS CONVINCING Nail the 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 Â¬ the spoils in as much as we furnish them with by far the best goods for the money Colors Mast The best Kind is what we SELL and at as low prices as the spu rious kinds are Sold s STRAYED One black jersey heifer weighs about 700 pounds Company Reward if re- Â¬ turned toCold Storage Meat Supply Attention K of Ps Next Thursday night May 26th is the regular meetingof Evergreen lodge No 38 A large attendance is desired as it is the time for elec- Â¬ tion of officers and representatives Will OUR WIN- Â¬ DOW DISPLAY Gives you an idea of the character of goods Royal Liquor Co Only Liquor Store in Christian County NOTHING SOIDHY v no but a closer inspec- Â¬ tion is necessary to a full appreciation of SURRENDER Is still our motto and we maintain the fight against all competi tion A steady bombardment has effected some of our out ports this muNK 9 their beauty FRANKELS Pembroke are the guests of Dr on N Main S A 1 Esquire and Knight W C Wright E K of R have work in the ranks of A CC 1 tV r I rca I ir- - - Mrs John Y Owsley of Beverly S is visiting her parents Mr and DEATHS Mr and Mrs S G Buckner Child of Docia Watkins col Mr Win Kleeman of Eastern portion of the is visiting his daughter Clarksville Â¬ Mrs Hen city ry Frankel on South Main street Paul Cooper col sixty five years Mr and Mrs Walter Radford old Madisonville road paralysis and little daughter Alice of Pem- Â¬ broke were in the city yesterday Misses Short Murphy Cain and Mulenbcrg and Mr Laster of Clarksville spent Sunday in the city Rev R S Carter was called to Choice of 50 Mens Lexington by telegram yesterday to preach the funeral sermon of a Black and Blue Twill former classmate He will go from Chevioft Suits single Lexington to Paducah to attend the Cottrell Fruit street Kioiiei0iiiieil The Columbia Chainless J 203 SOUTH MAIN STREET SAMXJEL Propr out has left some of our main lines in tact and we are still for ified with big lots of WEAR RESISTER oiirre nweca -- i FOR MEN AT 200 PAIR Mens Suits 375 breasted round and De square corners pendable made There is none better at 6 Your money back if they dont suit you Â¬ Leader shoes for ladies at 150 pair Elegant silk vesting top shoes for ladies at 200 pair SHfpYours for peace or war and always for trade fT r Diocesian Council Is a Grand Success Â¬ PETREE m COMPANY BASEBALL SPECIAL 7 Brooklyn T mi FRANKEL Cincinnati 2 St Louis 4 Boston 3 Chicago 0 Baltimore 5 Washington 3 Cleveland 4 Louisville 6 New York 1 and tho only ohnmlosa that has given aucceaa nutl hufe proven it self bo We have thorn on exhibition m wqll m a number of Co lumbia mnko of chniu wIioOIb from 25 to 75 j Pittsburg 3 Philadelphia 1 iIfiyjfM painhg cf all kincle Wo do nil kinds of export ropairiuff nil work prompt clone Wo nroheadqhrtrtora for Gas Bicycle udCarblte Givauacall VpurptP E M MOSS CO Lanin WATCH DAILY I PAPERS giMiimi FOR mm CKIAN 11 THE DAILY OtIIV ifl Cftlirs ri ft Wnnlr w fcv 6 TDeliytd at your door block a Itij COOPERS SPECIALS