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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fj I f VOL L NO 23 B Green ailu KY - Ettftithratt PEIOE 2 CENTS Revolution will ¬ HOPKINSVILLE WEDNESDAY MQENING- MAY 25 1898 of the American Dr W D Brown Julien Dr J P Peyton Elmo DnJ L Johnson Louisville Dr T P Allen Elmo Dr B A Caudle Newstead Ky Medical Association TDr Crenshaw Cadiz South Dr II Blaine Cadiz Convened Tuesday Dr A T McCormack Bowling DOCTORS wmi us OFFICIAL DENIAL present the regiment with a hand some silkenjllag which was made firm BRASS BUTTONS Military especially for them by a Cincinnati TWO DIVORCE SUITS Both Actions Are Based Upon the Ground of Abandonment Matters Movements Learned Papers By Scientific Hen Reception 7 at Latham Hotel When the South Kentucky Judi- ¬ cal Association met in this city last year the members were so pleased with their welcome and with the hospitality of Hopkiusville people and the courtesy of Hopkinsville physicians that they decided to hold their meeting- here this year The local Medical Society had made extensive preparations for the reception and entertainment of Neither their visiting- brethren pains lior expense have been spar- ¬ ed in the efforts to make the distin ¬ guished visitors second trip toHop kinsville no less memorable than the first The efforts of the doctors in this direction have been second- ¬ ed by the citizens who have given - h i Dr Prank Simmons Adairvillc Dr J P Williams Crofton Dr G W Loomy At Hotel Latham last night a brilliant reception was tendered by the local doctors complimentary to their visiting brethren Refresh ¬ ments were served and dancing was a feature of the evening WANTED WAR HORSES Agent of the Government Was in the City Yesterday to Pur ¬ chase Them Mr Moore representing W R Harrington who recently inserted advertisements in the local papers to the effect that he would be here on Tuesday May 24 to inspect horses with a view to purchase for the United States Cavalry service was at C H Laynes stable all day yesterday y Scores of people from every sec- ¬ tion of the county and many from Trigg and Todd counties brought in horses of every color and condi- ¬ tion hoping to find in Uncle Sams agent a willing purchaser and an The vast majority of easy mark were doomed to disappoint- ¬ them ment The agent of the Govern- ¬ ment is pretty well posted when it comes to horseflesh and there is a standard in weight height meas- ¬ urements etc to which the pros- ¬ pective army stud must conform ere he can hope to smell the battle And again your Uncle Sam isnt paying fancy prices for horse ilesh He is not look- ¬ even in Kentucky ing for such cattle as Ornament Albert Hanover and Proctor Knott and it is rarely that more than 90 Many are ex ¬ is paid for a horse few are chosen amined but A great many horses were sub ¬ mitted for inspection yesterday and out of the entire number only eleven were purchased the average price being 87 Mr Moore will leave wftli his Hopkinsville war horses for the historic Held of Chickamauga at OF NAVAL BATTLE Department i and Maneuvers Lieut Bnssett Writes a Card and W V West has brought suit in Tom Williams Recruits a equity praying for a decree of ab ¬ Squad solute divorce from his wife Lula West They were married Novem ¬ ber 25 1896 and lived together in Lieut E B Bassett published this county until March 28 1897 the following- card in yesterdays when the defendant as the plaintiff avers left him without cause on Lou ner Journal Hopkinsville Ky May 24 his part and has since refused to Please correct statement made by live with him taking up her resi- ¬ your Camp Collier correspondent in dence with her mother Annie Nance asks for a dissolu- ¬ Saturdays paper quoting- me as tion of the bonds of matrimony from saying there was talk hereof hang--inGov Bradley in effigy I said her husband Isaac Nance alleg--ingabandonment They were mar ¬ no such thing- and did not mention ried in May 1889 In 1892 he left the Governors name in any derog- ¬ her and has sinced lived separate atory sense nor did 1 connect my from her failing to provide means name with Capt Pelands regard- ¬ ing any future action or inaction for her sustenance The parties in reference to the State Guard or are colored otherwise I am a conservative business Married at Court House man of this city and in my capaci- ¬ Warner P West and Dora B Phipps who reside in the Antioch ty as First Lieutenant of Company vicinity came in very early yester- ¬ D have faithfully performed every day morning and hied themselves duty being- diligently engaged in to the clerks office Mr West pur- ¬ securing- the recruits necessary for chased from Clerk Prowse a certain mustering the company into service very necessary legal document and when the trouble at Lexington I was kept then the services of Judge Caiiblcr arose and culminated in ignorance of any trouble until were brought into requisition Judge Cansler tied the knot accordi- in response to my requestfor trans ng- to statutory provisions and the portation for my recruits as prom bride and groom sallied forth hap- - ised the message came from Col Smith Can not secure transpor py- tation company busted up On receiving this I dismissed recruits Master flasons Attention There will be a conference of the and left for Lexington at once hop Easter Star degrees in Hopkins- ¬ ing to save the company but found on arrival that my absence had ville Lodge No 37 A P A M on next Priday evening at 730 been taken advantage of by the All Master Masons in misrepresentations concerning- my oclock good standing of this or any other intentions and the Governor had lodge their wives daughters appointed Dr Casey in my stead mothers and sisters are most cor- ¬ In view of this nothing remained for dially invited to meet with us and me but to return home though promised by Col Smih that he join with us in this work By order of C E Graves W M would rectify the matter in any way I should suggest Jr B Galjikhatii Secy By adhering to my duty asa miZlXli citizen and a soldier I had hoot Mr Qant Returns v to oe exempt trom newspaper The many friends of Mr Milton troversy or bixtpi Gant Jr who has been very sick at been the victim of designing his fathers home in Owensboro ticians or place hunters or els during the past four weeks will be mud battery for shielding offigvfVJ glad to learn that he is back in the taults It but is simple justictfltCt city to resume his duties as agent you make the corrections askecTan for the Amorican Express Compa- ¬ 1 WiV ii- ijuunaii 4i mi me riutl suiteu nereuu ¬ ny Mr health is - Washington i I Has Received No News Cables Have Been Cut By Americans at San w - - - Juan and Santiago ft tfL A De Cuba Expedition to Philip at J 11 1 Dewey HoldsKey to Situationyat Manila pines Strengthens Sentiment for Hawaiian Annexation May 24 Wild rumors were presistently circu lated yesterday to the effect that Sampson and Schley had met the fleet of Admiral Cervera in the Windward Passage Embelishments WASHINGTON the learned gentlemen a warm wel- ¬ come to the city The first session was held yester day morning- in the court house and was devoted exclusively to the business of the Association The session was opened with prayer by Mayor Dabney Rev H D Smith welcomed the doctors to the city in an address full of happy expres- ¬ sions The response was deliver- ¬ ed by Dr Gayle G Moseley on be ¬ half of the Christian County Medical - ri - were added by fertile imaginatioivand the rumors finally had it that the New York and Iowa of Sampsons fleet had gone down All this was in spite of the continued and emphatic denials of the State and Navy Departments of any knowledge whatever of an engagement At the close of business to day Secretary Long said that no news of a conflict had been received Society The reports of the committee on arrangements the Secretary the Treasurer were then heard after which applications for membership were passed on and miscellaneous business dispatched The published proirram was fol lowed at the afternoon session The program for to day is av fol- ¬ lows Horning- Session p Oclock - The Government positively denies any news of the reported cap- ¬ ture oi the U S gunboat riangrove The report is said in official circles to be sensational and groundless The Americans have cut the cables at San Juan Porto Rico and at Santiago de Cuba - It is thought that the sending of the expedition to the Philip pine islands will resultin the annexation of Hawaii tri Special Persistent rumors were in circula- ¬ tion here early to day to the effect that a great naval battle has been Surg ical Shock J H Letcher fought in the vicinity of thcWindward Passage between theEastern end M D Henderson of Cuba and the Western part ofHiyti in which both the American Operative and Conservative once squadrons closed in on the Spanish Cape Verde squadron commanded Mustering the Third Treatment of Uterine Carcinoma A M Cartledg e M D Louisville The Third regiment isbeingmus by Admiral Cervera and complekh destroyed the Spanish ships some which from my Gants d Anastomosis of the tered in at a rapid rate and will be The London newspapers take it for granted that the ships reported hirh opinioBTHof what improved but he is still far your fairness and M D Intestines J L Johnson agent at Para Brazil as having arrived there at impartialityjfI a fulllledged United Siates volun- ¬ yesterday by Lloyds from well Louisville confidently believe you will do yjL9 oclock on Monday morning from Rio Janeiro are the Oregon the Ma ¬ teer regiment before another Sun- ¬ Malignant Disease of Uterus E B BASSETTyf Mr Howells Condition rietta and the Nictheroy London May 24 card-writing- Miscellaneous Business to one hour limited Persistent Rumors of a Battle l ELECTION OP OFFICERS End-to-En- Louis Prank M D Louisville day Says the Courier Journal The SurgicalTreatment of Rctro QTo day forty eightUnited States Displaceinents1 W D Haggard blankets were distributed to each Movements of the United States Fleet MD Nashville- - Tenn company in the Third regiment Curettcment W II Wathcn M Special Key West Pla May 24 The movements of the United Each man had to sign a receipt for D Louisville Discussions led by H H Grant the blanket before it was issued to States fleet which are known here make it absolutely certain no battle has yet occurred but an engagement is expected to take place this M D Louisville J M Mathews him LouisM D T II Baker M D Lieut Col Jouett Henry and two week The Spanish fleet lias been deiinitely located ville J N McCormack M D or three The Oregon has still not arrived here other members of Col Bowling Green J SLeach M D Glasgow M E Alderson M D Smiths Qstaff were put through De ey Still In Control Russelfville P M Stites M D T their physical examination this ¬ Mr W R Howell who was in- ¬ jured by a fall from his buggy Mon- ¬ day night was resting easier last night and unless some unexpected change occurs his injuries will soon cease to be regarded as seri- ¬ ous It will be several days J though under most favorable circum ¬ stances before he can be out AWAITING TRANSPORTATION Blakey M D Hopkinsville General discussion to follow Afternoon Session 2 Oclock 1 Cyslic Kidney M C McGan non M D Nashville Tenn W The Treatment of Internal Hemorrhoids A B Cooke M D Nashville Tenn 3 Mastitis Treatment J B Jackson 1VLD Hopkinsville 4 min RcmarlcK A J Stramonium Poisoning B Caudle M D Newsteado v 6 A Case of Brain Surgery R D Moore M D Pembroke General Discussion to follow The physicians in attendance are Dr G W Lackey Pembroke Dr Walter Lackey Pembroke Dr J R Paine Pembroke Dr R I Moore Pembsoke Dr John P Bell Bell Ky Dr W II Porgj Pair view Dr Tom Lacoy Canton Dr R L Boyd Allensville Dr 10 P Riley Ferguson Dr B P Earle Charleston Dr G W Hollins Adajryijle Dr B W Smock Louisville 5 - Treatment Epilepsy-CuPopbM B Louisville morning None of the other com ¬ A dispatch received from Special Washington DC May 24 panies of the Third have reported the key to the situation Residents rGady and Capt Ballance will hardly Admiral Dewey says he still maintains The rebel commanders are with muster any more of the regiment be ¬ fear an outbreak ofSpanish soldiers Dewey and may render him valuable assistance Food is scarce in fore ndon Manila and panics are feared Bought 23 At Princeton Princeton Ky May 24 W R Meager Report of Meeting Harrington shipped twenty three head of horses which he had A dispatch here reports that Ad ¬ New Ytfrlc May 24ilSpecial bought here for the United States squadron andthat two Spanish cruisers had He paid an average miral Cervera divided hisfls i cavalry J aJ a disastrous encountcrTywith the American Squadron under Admiral price of 8350 ber head A cablegram fom Madrid pays that Cervera s ships had not Sampson Will Entertain effected a junction Mr and Mrs T W Long Will a U U P Trabtie W Wells Y 2 IBlkloti f Njw York louie START TO DAY complimentary to their charming guest Miss Mamie McCullagh of Henderson The event is looked The Second Regiment Will Move forward to with much interest by at Once to Chickamauga the society people of the city A number oj young people from neigh ¬ boring cities will be present Lexington Ky May 24 It is now definitely nettled that thp Sec ¬ Yancfcy Thompson ond Regiment Kentucky Volun Mr W B Yancey and Miss Nan ¬ teers will leave Lexington for cy J Thompson a1 popular couple Chickamauga Park Gaf on of the Casky vicinity will be united Wednesday afternoon in wedlock tit the brides home this The Cincinnati Southern Railway 4 a nr t has been instructed to arrange for rt of this city will officiate the transportation of 1016 nicn 50 -- entertain Friday evening May 27 officers 12 horses and the regiment ¬ al baggage Acting Commissary Quartermas ¬ ¬ r iir ter Vestal has prepared travel ra ¬ tions coffee money and ten days Held rations for the regiment The Secretary of War was ad ¬ vised to day by Col Gaither that the regiment has insufficient tent age and he was informed that the necessary covering- for the regiment will be furnished at point of rendezvousThe Second will leave Lexington in a blaze of glory Ttye Daughter - Recruits for the New Company D Expecting Orders to Move Mr T J Williams received a telegram from Lieut Payne Sat- ¬ urday asking him if he could re- ¬ cruit twenty men for immediate en- ¬ listment in the new Company D to DAILY MARKET REPORT serve under Capt Gaines Williams Corrected Dully lly Hen Jtuullni Ilnnkcr replied that he could Payne anil Ilrokur IIopklnHvlUo Ky promised transportation for the re- ¬ Chicago Murker cruits Williams recruited the fol- ¬ Opir Hitft Closing lowing men who are still awaiting 109 July Wheat 1 10 1 10 transportation and the orders to 1 65 Cash Wheat move 34 July Corn 34j 34tf E E Graves George Tutt Jim 25 25 July Oats 25 Williams Judson Couch Jr Stone- ¬ 12 07 11 87 July Pork 2 00 wall Reese Pearl Cornelius Jim 6 25 6 17 July Lard 6 25 6 05 6 07 5 97 July Ribs Wooton Trabue Anderson Jeas Spiceland J L Tutt Pete Tabb BASEBALL Jim Hern Jr Daniel Berry M SPUWAr K Billiard T J Clark Pete Mc Brooklyn 7 Cincinnati 3 Grath John G Daniel Oscar Pittsburg 4 Philadelphia 3 BakerAlton Smith Harvey Young Boston 8 St Louis Wants Ten Hen Baltimore 14 Chicago 10 Washington 0 Cleveland 4 At a late hour last night after Louisville 1 New York 6 the above had been written and Col J O Cooper returned yester ¬ was in type Mr Williams came to day from Graves county where he the Kkntuckian ollice with the folspent several days with his broth ¬ lowing- telegram er who has been very sick Col Can you bring ten men on first Cooper says that the crops in train Wednesday will wire transGraves county and In the Purchase porlation Answer R C Pavnk country which he saw during his Mr Williams at once wired Lieut absence are looking extremely well Payne that he could bring the re ¬ and thnt the farmers report the cruits If the transportation com A most flattering outlook in many he Will leave with his men on the years 513 train this morning t I I I 1 - V r e o IHftl B iiij V TirTT r1 f T iifiv V7 TV 4 yo n fA iiKBinmnu I -- wwnwiM am fry rif Am n ji umuaitftafch l hm Mi- - - jj 1 1 fri fflbe lnbltlte4 OKA T 2ails Itentuckiait by Delivered by carriers to all NEWSBOYS BAND Will Accompany tlio First Regl Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS m evtiry montlnjf except Monday arta of tlio city at ment to tiiFiont U X MKAOXAM SIB 0 Main 10 OSKT8 MCJt WJCEK gUMCXITTIOX XJLTXS PBtMoNTH 4 9 85 Per Week A Card s 10 I notice in the Daily KentuckIak Friday dated Sunday May 22d an article Which any person who knows the Twenty one transports are now circumstances which has waiting at Tampa ready to carry true thrown Company D into its present troops to Cuba state would brand as an unjust have been informed Wvi The Second Regiment will move statement I hand those of us who lsniifii winv nnii rnnnrt for duty at that On every l 4r Kfhave attempted to do our duty are Sfc Chickamauga censured by a majority of the peo ¬ Of the 125000 volunteers called ple of Hopkinsvillc The true statb r more than 90 per cent have al- - of affairs which exists can be told in a few words r ready been mustered in left Hopkinsvillc Company D MV Wmler what has become of the with the fire of patriotism burning Cubuii reconcentrados who were in nearly every breast and a finer starving to death a month ago looking body of men was not seen We won a in camp at Lexington V Another transport is loading at reputation which caused us to be Mobile with arms for the men and envied by every company on the alms for the women and children of ground Compliments and praises Cuba from residents of Lexington were us But our brilli- ¬ The United States has decided showered uponwere ruined in a way ant prospects tliattthe anti oleoMar gerine laws too well known to be here repeated inTect in mnny Slates urc uncon Through all our Second Lieut stitutional to whom every member of Company 5f The Salyersville cavalry troop D is devoted stayed with us and has given notice that it will not attended to our wants which were muster in unless it is allowed to very numerous Instead of leaving the boys to look out for themselves im elect its own omcers he could almost continually be iVfauy of the cities are having found at the camp ever doing some It seems that thir r to lighten the hearts of those DSjvey Days V Dewcy nights would be more in ac- ¬ who of a necessity were deeply cordance with the fitness of things distressed Our former Captain was removed Volunteers were examined for and none disputes but that the Gov- ¬ three regiments of troops at Nash- ¬ ernor did his duty in this respect ville and 1000 failed to pass All Noel Gaines was appointed to suc- ¬ ofthe companies are not yet full ceed him and no one disputes the fact that he did not do his duty If the world could only eat cot-when he failed to appoint a man ton exclaims a Texas writer from the Penny rile regardless of Cant it be ground up somehow so the fact that the man he did appoint lis to be a useful adulterant for is a capable drill master and ilour seemingly a gentleman a full company it is ueneveu very strongly m in Instead of putting could have been which our place tHJ1 I7SnTn tlinf n uii rof nllinnrt ovists swv i iwwi iki 14 tblt4i Vl ¬ Some- - easily done as there was one offerbetween Spain and France to body is undoubtedly furnishing ed and for no other reason than show Lieut Payne his services and Spain with money to conduct the ability were duly appreciated he wai was left in command of the old com pany ana tola tnat ne wouiu retain a- The State encampment oi TO A O IV XV tIS 111 ot ojin 41le the 2nd Lieutenancy provided he lUkl wt J weck at Bowling Green Col Hen- ¬ and Capt Gaines would organize a ry S Cohn and Mr J W Ham- ¬ company in a certain length of time mond of Louisville are candidates To do this it was necessary to en- ¬ list the services of those who fell for department commander under obligations to Lieut Payne Maj Gen Merrit who is to leave Had we left him he would have lost for the Philippines in a few days his commission and a new com- ¬ has an affair of the heart to leave pany would have been brought in behind He is engaged to Miss Lieut Payne the man who in our Laura Williams of Chicago a time of need when our hearts were pretty girl of only 20 years of age nearly breaking and our Captain whom we all loved and whom we col was lynched at would have died for was treating Joe Mitchell Rives Tenn Monday He pushed us with contempt stayed with us a white boy off a moving train the and did his best to dispel the gloom ttfall so injuring the boy that he died which like the Angel of Death shortly afterward Mitchell was was hovering over us iJ arrested but was taken from the of-¬ And now the question arises ficers and lynched before he could who was it our duty to follow be gotten on the train that was to Should we follow the man who was the cause of our sorrows and disap take him to jail pointments boys who had loved him Col Vincente de Cortijo and Dr so shall we follow him home in P Isidro Julian Spanish officers and disgrace or shall we follow our two private soldiers were taken Lieutenant who has been unwaver- ¬ Hr from Atlanta to Key West yester- - ing in the fulfillment of his duties i day where they will be exchanged with the stars and stripes of our for two American newspaper men country iloating gently over us Thrall and Jones Uncle Sam proof that we were doing our duty threw in a couple of privates as E P Zimmrr boot in the transaction to compli- ment the correspondents WRECK AT C0LESBURQ f y CVWatWfcoh will deliver an ad- dress to the soldiers at Lexington r Louisville Ky May 24 The Newsboys Band of Louisville will probably go 6 the front wiffojthe First Regiment Kentucky State Guard and be known as the First Regiment Band The boys volun tccrcd some time ago but on ac- ¬ count of their age and height were rejected However a special effort has been made and the following telegram was received thismorning by Colonel Henry S Cohh muster office for Kentucky Have arranged with the United States Government to accept the band Lieutenant Howard will re- ¬ port to him for instructions John 11 Castienan VCol JO THETZS STORB 7i The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Bttvers oi- j - 1 THE PUBLIC Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Bry Goods NotionW06li ing etc before making their purchases departments Everything new arid up-to-da- te ih vail V Commanding FirstReginent The arrangement is to accept all tody-To-We- ar boys who obtain the written consent of their parents other qualifications r va Wff i t v rt r m rj r n being waived As mostjbf the boys mi i ii jjanaies made uy tne iDespi tailors anai trom m wti tfjUior TiiJU live at the News ¬ xiieyare are orphans and boys Home through their own ef- ¬ forts this practically insures the IN SHOES All band going It has been organized years has given concerts for three in many Kentucky towns arid in GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU musical ability is up to the stand- ¬ ard All the boys are under age being between 15 and 18 See Otr Suits ii 1 gjjyiTil V Jr we lave the Best the Latest Styles v V v Kentucky Universalist Convention The Annual Universalist Conven- ¬ tion will be held this week at the Universalist church in this city commenceing Friday May 27th and continuing three days All friends of the cause are earnestly requested tojbe in at- ¬ Arc you interested in the prices of Ladies and Childrcns Slippers tendance at all meetings Let your v light shine this is an opportunity that you cant afford to miss To close these lines IF To all churches of the city and All of our ladies and their respective pastors the church out right away we have decided to cut the 1 most hearty invitation to childrens slippers extends a attend all devotional services The invitation is also extended k to everybody Program will appear later Our Little Giant shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to this Remember the PlaceNext Door to Hardwicks Ladies - and Chidrens Slippers 2 IMTWO SO AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS WORTH Arthur Roberts- t pastor -- market and every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of this assertion - - - Gleaner Man Yanked Up Henderson Ky Mayt23 The Circuit Court to day issued a rule against Roah Griffin city editor of the Gleaner charging him with contempt of court in writing and publishing certain criticisms on the evidence in a seduction case in A Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers 75c 100 125 and 150 il v uie-ivcn- - which Frank Porter is charged 1 with leading Miss Cora Busby astray under promise of marriage1 Will Receive Bids will be at the mouth of the We Locust lane near Beverly Ky6n Monday May 231898 at 9 a m to give specifications to those who desire to bid on contract for grad ¬ ing metaling and re metaling the Palmyra road from the end of Pal ¬ myra pike to Liberty church Right reserved to reject any and all bids Jno Y Owsley yom CUT PRICE 40c r 5Qc 65c and 75c 100 125 and 150 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c CUT PRICE 40 50 65 F MEMBER Mmm 75 GTS We will also put in this sale our entire line of Little Giant black kid and tan button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction Half Price- soling Clothing at prime Eastern A aiL1 St I New York Cost Tuos H Major V Hopkinsville Produce flarket Cash prices pnid by HopkinHvillo merchants Bacon Bam8 rcountry Shoulders 4J5c Sides MAMMOTH IT J LOTBCnSTQO THEPOST DISPATCH Is the Only St Louis Paper At Havana Mr Sylvestor Scovel At Madrid Mr A E Houghton At Washington Mr Stophon BoiiBal At New Yor- kMr Morton WatkiuB TnE NEWS OF THE DAY IN - SHOE CO Lard Country Produce 7j8e THE PRESENT CRISIS G6c 5JCo IGo THE PALACE Millinery 0 Butter Eggs Now feathers Beeawnx Millinery in valuo Wo 8c 8032c 2022c bAt J m fc Cuban troubles and not to avenge Many of the army the Maine K crackers have Remember the on them and the Maine stamped soldiers are kept constantly re ¬ minded ot what Iiuh become an ac ¬ cepted battle cry V A London correspondent has dis- ¬ V covered a cocoanut that seems to John Henley Killed and Three Poultr- yhave milk in it He says The Others More Or Less In Old ehickons live per lb 6Go Canaries are practically mortgaged jured Rooatera 2c I was credibly in- to France ft 1 uui JUt ik XUMYUJD formed some itime since that the 4o Ducks Elizabethtown Ky May 24 French Government had gone so Monday morning at 1 oclock the far as to offer a lump sum down second section of freight train No Grai- n3 Clover per btiBhel The amount mentioned was 145000 16 collided with hill engine 429 at Oata homo grown per hu 8i88o 000 francs or roughly 30000000 Colesburg while it was taking water 3f0 Corn The Canary Islands would be for of Muldraughs Hill 95o admirable strategic and at the foot Wheat France an seventeen cars of incalculable Both engines and commercial base Livestock were totally demolished benefit on the John Henley a brakeman Hogs S3350 2r0356 Sheep State Unita- ¬ freight was hurt so badly he died The Massachusetts Cattlo 2n504 rian Association has addressed a within an hour CnlvoB Those injured are 3G0i formal protest to Secretary Long against the further use of the motto James Fitzpatrick hill engineer Hides ruul Furs tJ Remember the Maine in the war ribs broken shoulders and arms Groon hides G7o with Spain giving as a reason bruised 8o Green suited hides Dryiliut 1012o that war was declared on account Engineer Clark Rae freight Tallow Ginsong per lb Houoy Tub washed wool Greased Burry wool 8o With 2225 lOo Its Own Staff Correspondents at all FointBof Interest Outdoing others Outdoing ourselves gains moro Bargains thnn over before wo aro soiling more We have giving Greater Bar arc selling cheaper becnuBo ¬ 2880o 1820c 1014d mi Hals trimmed in the latest styles Sailors in all the new shapes and colors Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming Have you seen our line of new belts Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corsets Hosiery handkerchiefs etc Bargains speak for themselves THE POST DISPATCH 15 cents a week rovoii days if de livered by ngont bu cents a month if sent by mail Mrs Ada Layne Commissioners Sale Monday June 6 1898 11 a m Those desiring- to purchase hotnes farm property or to invest in any kind of real estate would do well to attend this sale on above date as there is some desirable property both farms and city property to be sold Fkank Rives Master Comr of the C C C - t ht Dont Do a Thing Until you have seen my new line of imported f E SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS QUAL1TV STYLE and WORKMAN- CHID 4Un Unci 4Uat innnmi nan enciicn uiiii nit uiai nun iiiuiiwj ium awvmv I of train Vegetables scalded 50o New potatoes per bushol Robert Clark brakeman head 50o Cabbage per barrel cut and bruised right arm broken All trains were delayed nine McHdamcs Thomas and William hours but the track was cleared hy Waldlinjjton of Gracey were shop 9 a m ping1 in thfe city yUr4ay legs bruised and badlv Hummer Kxcurilon Itittes ItfT gnaranlce 3 3b Tho I It R will sell summor oxcursioii tickets as follows BOo Cerulean Springs and return Dawson Spriugs and return 170 H2fi Crittenden Spg mid return Gray sou Sdringfl and return 580 C No 14 South Main J L Tobiti Tailor V ud kA j 3iSvi i mm Return IbrUt 00 djw Jrqw data of E M Shjwwooo Ajyt i2 f uiiuuiuiuiuiiuiiiuiuiuiiifkuia W wAiii r inia CpINS OF ALUMINIUM J- - I RBMEMBER THE MAINB BY VERA English Public BelloTO They Would Bft Very Acceptable On While its three hundred seamen thought danger remote With no evil intention they scorned to deceive And ldw trcachry in Spain they were loth to believed Havanas wide bay did our battle ship float But when darkness had deepened in lianbcr they lay Snfclyriding at anchor tHey thoughty on that bay Never dreaming of evils there hid in the deep WhcrcUhc low swelling billows seemed almost asleep All the storm winds were breeze oer the waters arose itsmission of peace there that vessel did ride In While it rocked to arid fro on the swell of the tide And a1 tropical hushd into peaceful repose But a bitterness burned with a merciless hate So vengeful in some that they plotted the fateOf that ship that seemed only menacing to Spain r muy 11 iiJL oo 11 iu i niyiy uuiuuumuui i iuiuw up it luiiiuc uiu In a moment unwarned were the forces unseen Set in motion through spite void of honor and mean While a merciless cruelty prompted the deed V i v - largo sums of money in small denomi- ¬ nations the change for the change is bound to come sooner or later in our own country mil bo most welcome A man presented by the conductor of an omnibus with 11 pence as change for a shilling invariably grumbles at the weight which ho is condemned to carry about with him and a woman equally resents the excessive weight which is added to her purse by a Aluminium boa acquired so rapid a popularity for a variety of purposes by reason of its lightness its cleanli- ¬ ness and its brightness that it is re- ¬ markable it should not have been used before for the smaller denominations of coins as a substitute for the far heavier and dirty copper and brouze To the people who have to carry I 5 4tfe LlBHS - a M 0 tr U 003 U - 5 mW O CO -- iL 5 S aim D 2 T- V St-cK-CJI 3 S S Efiw O M OCOp tJ Ml P en 5 I CD - to J5 ojcj 1 re w jd SJci2c r 1 T1 B n a t 25 f 03 O 01 Oi e 15 CO CO Wi t v i c r r Za r re 3 o D3 Mid mm 009 K HJB i 3 3 -- 1 n PsrS Saa rciiS o 0 aw-oO re B W - am Hi - fTi rf nSiP D W r cia CO 3 w Eh c -- 3 a ns 2n PZZ v ir rf oJoSBSs3SS -rn B -r E O rn o HJ5 B to crc ce a SO r rn re 0 5 K UiSZa hi in -- re re p n S n P- a S CUB S S5co uin -- S oV - L o VLaT - irDami Fo SSS2 l - w ii Oaco S et r a - ii J i tr n tn -RTtr ra -- u p 2 - ain- 1 re s 1 I I I 4 g Never caring methinks as to what it might lead i- - of peace in an instant was hurld v In a way that gave shock to the civilized world That crew unto death Christian people would scoru - fr Since a high sense of honor mong nations was born- Fromlheir slumbers i By the hand of a savage no cruder deed Ever made the great heart of humanity bleed Revolting the motive unreasoning and black For its wild waves of woe they can never call backiDown the ages to come will A - Mar the histry Through the eons uncounted will quiver that groan For which no surrender can never atone - of crime of Spain till the wind up of time that record Twas a shockto the civilized nations afar Who in sympathy felt the deep quiver and jar Now the towers of absolute monarchy swiy Till methinks theyll soon totter and crumble away In the march of our arms will new liberties rise As oppression gives way and intolerance dies May our Banner of Freedom here flung to the breeze Soon float in all lands on all oceans and seas Now ashamed to acknowledge or even condemn Though the world says the guilt justly rests upon them And an ocean of blood cannot wash out the stain Of dishonor and guilt for the wreck of the Maine use of a silver colored metal woultl lead to all sorts of frauds being per- ¬ petrated on the unwary just us there wore at the time when silver three half penny pieces or quattie as it was called were withdrawn from cir- ¬ culation in Jamaica and nickel pen ¬ nies and half pennies were sub- stituted for it Then the negroes were frequently defrauded by the un- ¬ scrupulous who palmed off pennies as half crowns and the half pennies us smuings xut in a very snort time the negro got to understand that sil- ver coins were milled at the edge and the dishonest people ceased having a good time of it There is however an additional natural advantage in the use of aluminium for its weight is so different that it would seem to be an impossibility for anyone to make a mistake in the matter Pearsons Weekly TAI WON KUN Corea Boasts the Wickedest Villain Ever Lived similar transaction The adoption of aluminium coin ago would change the whole of this and make the acquisition of pennies a pleasure rather than otherwise for the metal is far brighter even than sil- ¬ ver and rotains its luster for a much longer time It will no doubt be urged that the S SSS SSggS as c-s-- sf I S a h Illilifi-fflCllsli-r- fi 22 O w n n ts B Sna-rf-O CO po -P T py CD B m to ti OO IN m 3 Ct PBm b Sri P to p O - 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3 The recent death of Tai Won Kun 2S coBcniriB 55 c W o W B B 2 o s s en 2 S a P 5 B father of the king of Corea simpli- ¬ o- - oJ0 cro CO O re in y2 2iB H fies that countrys politics He was A0 8 g 7 v m O 5 v probably the wickedest villain on C l 1 ffl O B 0 w 1 O ro and for 50 years had been at earth Cg fl o re n- to re n m B 2 -s O CM en to re the bottom or the top of all the mis- ¬ 4KI o a 3 D 03 03 1 - 03 B T3 That woeful upheaval dug tyrranys grave en chief that has occurred in the Tlcrmit D - re o- - T3 a coo nr O cr 3 rs o oj o no d b -n ui S 03 3 01 re S sr C c5 s r ca I o And that merciless monarchy nothing can save kingdom He was regent during the n n en iso - o U -m 01 - aq ESS h2 m r 14 re Now the grasp that has long made humanity groan minority of the king who inherited o re 2 r O re t 3 o o8 33 Pj CJI c Q c the throne from a childless uncle and a o Will slacken till earth shall new liberties own o w o o 03 ruled with the most brutal despotism Hopkinsvillc KyMay 24 1898 2- p Ba CO n Bfl O 3 for a quarter of a century It was SgOi i 0 re If h n co re a O fc o t -- rS B S Sg en ocj a 5- o P P E while ho was at the head of affairs v3 31 that we had our little war with Coi S3 Jt which resulted in opening the coun- ¬ a os C IO o 03 o try to foreigners fno -- 1 lie was the ScT rjOHcpH edged beauty and belle of the Pa- ¬ of all forms of progress and particure 55 ADJOURNS Hatc CONFERENCE - B re BS w re te So Pog d re a c re t25 b triarch Bell last year As the larly hostile to missionaries and mot d t BJs tj oro re H o Si Ocj S re - K - 03 2 r a 3 o -O 3 cd guest of Mr and Mrs Archibald em improvements lie murdered O pUH- - O B tT 5 B Will Meet Again FourYears From cd g m 32 re o o cnS Luarrier of Madison lavenuc she thousands of people who stood in his 5 erg o COST rot -- 5 w 03 KC 5 03 o ro p re o m 5 re a h cr 03 B J O tJ Now a re a g1 a So- ¬ way or refused to bend to his will os a was introduced to the 400 i P ro 03 - f2 re -ts B t o CO3 o os rr B ciety immediately capulated to her and it took three years for the gov- ¬ a re o O CO 03 03 B O P S3 ernment to got rid of him after tlio l H J ta crc pr 3 en a tn Baltimore May 24 After eigh- ¬ wonderful beauty and she was the king become of age Twice ho was 2 P re O O r nM 2 nn 03 O D -ro IO pt 5T B 4 o fa 1 So ro 3 3 teen days of deliberation the thir- ¬ toast of the season re 35 o l the prime mover in plots to assasre o o ¬ o Alice Castlemans gifts of mind sinate his own son and three times a B re teenth quadridnnial general conJOS SS O re o o J ft ference of the Methodist Episcopal and person are hers by heritage attempted the assassination 4of the 05 rts T O B v --t 05 to re cji 03 re r Church South adjourned at a late The bluest blood of Kentucky flows queen The last attempt was suc- - a5 re y 171 B wt cji re ui o S O O re UAO re O hour last night Three sessions in her veins She is the daughter cesstul in 1855 03 re B re pr to -- O3 B 05 cs re S M re re O CO re tO The old scoundrel lived in a palace sa s in order of Sen John Breckinridge Castle were held during the day a ri to clear the calendar of the more man regarded as one of the hand- ¬ a few miles outside the city surround- --Sfti important business Bishops Cand- ¬ somest men in the State Her moth- ¬ ed by a double gnnrd one of his own ler Morrison and Fitzgerald presi- ¬ er who was Miss Alice Barbee of in whom he had confidence to pro- ¬ the- vengeance of Nashville Tenn as a girl was a tect him against ded at to days session those he had injured- - and The Publishing Interests ComT noted belle and beauty The Cas- - provided by the government another to pro mittee recommended that those edi- - tlenians are very wealthy vent him from leaving the place ITe I wish to accompany my father seems to have died tors and agents connected with the anaturil death publishing houses receive a salary brother and cousins right into the and it is almost amiraele6rno other Hopkinsvil 6 Gas of 3000 instead of the2500hither thickest of the conflict she said to man on earth was sovicibusly hated W E Curtis in Chicago Record I have begged to paid them which was agreed to a World reporter AND bl my father to let me go to New York ¬ It was voted to open the next conCURIOSITIES IN SYNTAX ference on the firqt AVednesday in and take a few lessons in the duties Co Sentences May 1902 The place will be se- ¬ of an army nurse but he has never Some Queerly Constructed I II I I I Seen and Heard lected by a committee in a couple consented A steamboat captain advertising The truth is I mean what I say of years The committee on En- ¬ Have opouod up thoir show Tickots rtwo and intend to join the hospital an excursion says tertainment for the next conference shillings and six pencachildrqn- half ¬ rooms for tho soaRou in tho was appointed as follows Rev A corps You see my father hag alprice to bohadatthobftlqoV O Brown of Virginia Rey T M ready volunteered and the Louis- Main HOWE BUILDING A Finnie of Missouri Mr H Y Mc ville Legiou would be among the board member of the London school street whoro thoy huvo a atock writes -Cord of Georgia Mr B M Bur ¬ first troops to be actually engaged Wo have decided to erect a school of tho latest improved gher of Texas and Mr Robert in the land forces Then my broth- ¬ house large enough to accommodate Gas Raugcs For Sale ers would go too as they are mem- ¬ 500 scholars five stories high Magruder of Baltimore The lively discussion on the sub- ¬ bers o the Legion St Bouis The editor of a western imnor savs At Coat Price ject of evangelists which was held Post Dispatch Wo have received a gasket of Or Will Be Rented on Sunday hactfan echo this morn- ¬ grapes from bur friend W for At tike Nominal Sum of Fred Roberts takes a Tumble ing when the Rev Julhm E Wright which ho will pleaso to accept our of llnraodsburg Kyand a few Frankfort Ky May 24 Col thanks some of which aro nearly two 300 Per Year Vu others entered a protest to the- ac Fred H Roberts Private Secretary inches long i Aro also agents for tho GENOn a railway in Wales the following to Gov Bradley fell from the stepa tion of the conference in deciding UINE WELSBAOH LAMP luminous that evangelists could not hold at the east of the Capitol building culated direction was recently cirThe finest Light in exiBtoncQ ineetings in charges without the at 8 oclock Monday morning dis- ¬ Hereafter when trains in an oppoconsent of pastors Dr Collins locating liia right ankle and frac- ¬ site direction are approaching each fcfieuny the Rev Dr E EIIoss and turing tle bone in his right leg other on separate lines conductors ¬ wjjj lUuKsjv W h Nelms were ap Col Roberts had reached thp top and engineers will bo required to tiring of the steps and was hurled down their rospeqtivo trains to a dead halt pointed to reply to it To Buy Your by the turning of a loose plank before tho point of mooting and he Miss Castlemnn As a Nurse careful not to proceed till caoh train A Toddto Oppose Evans Q olden Pays has passed tho other One of the most beautiful nurses Louisville Ky May 24 Ex who will go to the front is Alice Why They Are Unpopular Will pay from 12 2 to 20c lb Castleman of Iouisvillo Kv Un- - Mayor Geo D Todd has announced Many really clever and deserving der the banner ofthe Red Cross in himself a candidate for the Repub- ¬ peoplq MOAYON the simple garb of the sisterhood lican nomination for Congress to makearo unpopular because they try out that they amount to more T f thi pdted society klxtMW bravelv against Waiter Evan Only Liquor Slorc in Christian County than they really do Atchison Globe v enuw e the hardh mol the buttle i i Dewey is a great man but what On th west and southwest coasts tli ng 203 SOUTH MAIN STPHEET they tremendous person is Farmer of Coreii the Udo rlse and falls from brluif to latent Protect your MeaH WKni8ltt NOTIIINUKCMnilVill KIMt INK you wwltli Write JOIJN JUJltN WiwiilngtosC -- 3 B Sn feBSiJ- o w n o S Stisffl5 n Son im- it r -m w R -w g SC ffl w2 U 1 TO cr hh ty rH o js 7 22 B 3 3 J5 o Ti z m p1 BS re i Si cockj tJ 3 I CD S3 D3 l I BJ I c hi I CD CD -- i D -- 35 lB CD fc- j- CD ¬ -- CD CD i CD wJ CS t B3 B3 0-0-n w r- a -- U3 m 31 -- C ¬ -- CD CD CD CD ¬ 5 mmymmymvmykyfmWfwmWfWfmi Lilimi - There are many Spurious Kuids and many NO GOOD KINDS Then there is a Whiskies Brandies li Wineo Cordials a n ft e I l Jtl - ¬ ¬ BEST KIND ¬ WA NTED The best Kind is what we SELL and at as low prices as the spurious kinds are Sold WOOL u JNO 00 Royal Liquor Co S Jr SAMtrjaX TRIAL IS CONVINCING j v i 4J35 7 Z iv o f 17 i Vr - i tato38fok 5 f w nin Itntin ja Attorneys urn rw - Propr ii X i 1 wmmm ajwmmmfmmmmmikmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmm vv Mr fir it V I a f- - ltSZZZ i I V - VM kmj Vit urtMfAJfL f 1 V F l W- - ft in tiio AW Rhilarid of Empire was dtjtfrterclay GrW Lyon of Wiltis of Pembroke spent yesterday m the city JG tf BpntBterday V 1v Lafayette hr the city L f V t airTKotit Fletcher of Louisville at the Phoenix Mrsrurney of Cerulean Springs visited in the city yesterday ytSEt Rawlins of Pembroke was amofig the citys visitors yesterday tfHnTL Braine of Cerulean SbgjWlfepent yesterday in irffiHd W fc viP L rMF i Clarkaville Wi tlit Turnley business yestercity vWir of i on - tBeP Irs Harper and Mrs Emma Sam JfSSi JwTcSBnvas r tjBM -- Turnley Of Trigg shopping in the city ft i 1 m i v tf rl Jing Wjp viUel Allen feJno isT visiting Mo Lunderman and sister limfn VICllllKl flllUlS 111 tins City yesterday itirs Jas Yancey of this city is llcr dauShter Mrs Ultcr in Paducah this week Mr U M C fHIjMnr of Harrison- - Mrt 78 CltV V her sister Eliza - M Morrow near the Ar fw Miss Jessie llowe returned Mon Clothing aw jm 818 a in Ar Memphis 8 30 am 7 46pm Ar Now Oilcans dayfrom Nashville where she spent No 833 No 301 Cabbage potato and tomato Ar Hopkinsville Accm- - dally Accm and several Weeks with relatives dly plants at Reeves Tv Krnrmvllln 815am Entirely new and first class in all rjends 9 02 a m JJV Hendorson 000 am 12 4Bpm fi oo p m respects of The Eccentric as the college Mr Princeton Excellent samplo rooms Clem Whittemore owui 160pm TI1A m lnnut IlTi Ot1 annual issued by the students of ArHopklnsvllloln tliiHili nlinlnnlitir iru lliil anu service uuequalled in the city Maylicldisin the city on business On Double Car Line Princeton to New Orleans via Meiu- and paid the Kkxtuckian an appre Center College is jenown has made erlrom piUB 0 F fe L P Kleidereh Props K M Shkrwoop Ant Hopklnsvillo Ky ciatcdcall last night Henderson Ky W A Kellond A G P A Louisville Ky AV B Gary been who has r MAKE A MAN OF KIM r tp rrT 1UI itVU IIlUIILIia l at i r IUK ill 4111 ii As soon as a boy puts on his ifficocks is now recovering and his first trousers he thinks he is vias gone to Mr W H Adams this a man His first little suit sat- ¬ 4 week isfies him that he is at last as rTniiiihniininiHiiuiiiiliiniiiuiiilniininMiiuiiuiiiiiiiimiiiSr old as his father L Parham of Bard f Mr Jno in hand We are glad to ty Well was in town yesterday Mr encouraging the have afellow in little this ambition by giving them the ic candid ate for Railroad Commi- ¬ most stylish and tasteful gar- ¬ For Infants and Children ments that can be made for boys nn I Im U ssioner UJ Ii v WsiAk hoid Tfri itttiit Henry Uluy ahd fitward Everett Societies held thcif debute Uidt McKce has plenty 6f fine sycet night Prof R E Crockett prin potato slips cipal of the school for iivfr years Bread atMillera Bakery has resigned and will go to the In ¬ Cream Totnorr ow ladies were go ¬ Tel 159 The best on earth dian Territory to conduct a school ing to put on some specials was Dont fail to attend lTrankelR in which were sure yoiillbe J F Pate of Madisonville Phenomenal Sale of VitalsBrand struck speechless and helpless with interested for your men and Clothing f paralysis and is in a helpless con- ¬ boys Theso Mens goodj fiofc dition 1 heavy seam Kiss cotton socks Now is the time you want choice blacks and tans 25c aiid o-pdund can extra Rolls for supper for 50c Mens good spring weight Millers Bakery SAVANILLA coffee the city at Tel 159 Balbriggan Underwear 25c best hi Reeves The Dont fail to attend Frankels a garment and Boys Dress ar- ¬ The Louisville papers again Phenomenal Saleof Vitals Baand Shirts white bodies with rived twelve hours late yesterday Clothing colored bosoms laundered but as the Kentuckian was out on fresih from the vine 39c and Mens Laundered r Strawberries time at 5 a m the other morning White Shirts with colored at Reeves much missed papers were not bosoms and cuffs to match to attend Frankels Dont fail 49c Now ladies thqse arc NEW POTATOES Phenomenal Sale of Vitals Brand bargains Frankels bar ¬ Clothing Fresh Saratoga chips at Millers gains and on sale NOW Tele 159 String beans peas cucumbers every day Try them ana new rnddishes beets tomatoes cabbage jnst received at Reeves BKBiuxbikd OLAEEN0E I1ARRI8 OHAS OATLETT John Childress and Miss Dora I of the Shake Rag country Clayton CATLETT HARRIS o ki lu iuvii nniltt fliio t mnniinir cuiliu i I Formerly with Forbes Ilro and took the train for Springfield Terin where they were united as and jVT TJierc was husband and wife CfI ¬ TIME TABLE some objections to some of the parmarried hence the ties getting CS Wo have concluded to go into bud They returned home elopement No 331 No 002 No 872 iueBB for ourselves and offer our Br by on the noon train and perhaps Accm dally dally Accm vices to the public at tho most roas this time have received the bless ¬ LvilopklUBVtUn dally dally onublo prices Paper hangiug a Bpe fftfln1T1 Tv tTn1rtticvll1il 2 40 p m 4 no p m ialty ings of all Madisonville Mail All work guaranteed Has am Siliu m C If n in Ar Irincotm Leave orders at Gfus YoungB 7 05 p m Ar Heinle Dont fail to attend Frankels ArKvansvllson c 800 pm Telephone 8d 2 rings looopm Phenomenal Saleof VitalsBrand ArLouUvlllc ILOOam pm llulnnnli I SS HERE AND THERE St ui r i J WOMEN r -Tw- v 100 i A Pair Mens Plow Shoes Ibottoflisthe eas- ¬ iest wearing shoe made never sold for less than a 125 before All sizes 6 to Its JL H With stitch dowu tv c RAILY Effective Ooe 97 PAINTERS PAPER HANGERS I Hotel Henderson w2x-Maypr - Anderson St CO s - -- GASTORA Always Bought III II r Mr Eugene Caldwell left Mon lay for Columbus Ga where he vill be absent on business for His bride will about thirty days remain in this city until his return iBESh r BRING YOUR BOYS TO OUR STORE and let us fit them in You Have WP- mi ii S s ii Stylish Spring Apparel FRANKELS its appearance and is a handsome publication The contributions are well written sprightly and thought- ¬ ful The local editor is Jas A McKenzie Jr a young gentleman well known in this city who was formerly a student at the Hopkins- ¬ ville High School Dont fail to attend Frankels Phenomenal Sale of Vitals Brand Moore and little son spent yesterday with friends at Clothing Mrs H C in agysH inuii ii mrrnT i if Mary Harned of Hopkins ville is the guest of friends in the Miss Louise McCFanahan city J5VIiss JregetablcPrcparationfor As ¬ similating iheToodandRegula Ung iheStamachs andBoweis of Nail the I mwjLmmWvEvllMmmWiELwmmmmmmmmm I BIG SHIPMENT EromotesDigestionChceiful OpiumMorphiiie nor Mineral Bears the Signature Strawberries TO DAY ness andltestContalns neilher f Kind Colors 0 the UOT NARCOTIC Heape ofOldHrSAMUELEITOBER FumjJan Seril JfetAdU Safer -- Mf 25c gal 140 crate WALLIST 6R0EEBV ilxSauut JXjipcmint J3i CarionaltSada IninSted ftormSctd tanhed Sugar 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 proyen that to the victor belongs the spoils Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure Mast hmfynm tlarar I I v i Princeton All vegetables guaranteedt at Reeves of Hopkinsville who has been visit Mr and Mrs Lee Bishop an- ¬ ing friends here for some time has of their third returned home Clarksville Times nounce the marriage daughter Gradye Lucile to Prof Willis H Snugg of Clinton Ky at Attention K of Ps K tion Sour StomachDiarrhoca Worms Convulsions revensn ncss andLoss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of Aocrfect Remedy forConstipa njr VA the spoils in as much as we furnish them with by far the best goods for the money You Have NO NEW YORK Always Bought Next Thursday night May 26th is the regular meetingof Evergreen A large attendance lodge No 38 is desired as it is the time for elec- ¬ tion of officers and representatives Will have work in the ranks of Esquire and Knight E A Cottreli W C Wkirht S CC K of R llelioldl o Ii Ti OUR WIN ¬ DOW DISPLAY Gives you an idea of the character of goods EXACT COPY OF WRAPPCB ASTORIA THC CENTAUR COMPANY NEW VOHK CITY SURRENDER tMMMMMMMMMMMMMIKMMEMEaHEaMEMMMtNMa Is still our motto and we maintain the fight against all competiA steady bombardment has effected some of our out ports tion ¬ but a closer inspec- ¬ tion is necessary to a full appreciation of their beauty but has left some of our main lines in tact and we arc still tified with big lots of for- ¬ That great Philanthropist T M Edmundson is still in the ring for the enchantment of distressed hu manitv He is dispensing at his old stand tho following popular brandB OklPreuticuEiirly Times Old Bar- McBrayer Melwood hor Huckley tho beBt on earth for medical purpo- ¬ ses Come and Bee me all of you who aro weary and heavy laden and I will givo you rest 2 FRANKELS oclock Wednesday afternoon June 8 says the Madisonville Mail The marriage will take place at the home of the bride the Rev S H Lovelace perform- ¬ ing the ceremony m The Columbia Chainless WEAR RESISTED m SHOES FOR MEN AT - - m 200 PAIR This is commencement week at the Vanderbilt Training School Rev J J Elkton Yesterday of Carroll street church Store Nashville delivered the commence- ¬ ment sermon Monday night the Leader shoes for ladies at 150 pair Elegant silk vesting top shoes for ladies at 200 pair H A r1 Mens Suits t m m m fljpYours for peace or war and always for trade 375 Choice of SO Mens Black and Blue Twill Cheviot Suitsr single breasted round and 25 Cents With me is good for cith ¬ er 4 Cans Greenwich Lye 4 lbs Bulk Soda 14 Cakes Laundry Soap or 3 1 lb Cans Baking pow v der If cutout and presented on or before FRIDAY May 27 at W T COOPER 0S Is a Grand Success PETREE m COMPANY square corners 7 II De ¬ U Rff 1 r iiij i I flfVi Si i in w iT it liHt pendable made There none better at 6 Your money back if they dont suit you 2 and tho only chainloss that has givou success and has provon it m self so Wo ha vo thorn on exhibition nn well uh a number of Co lumbia make of chniti wliools from 2j to 75 Wo carry tho best assortment of Bicycle Suudrioa and fio pairing cf all kinds Wo do all kiuds of export repairing all work M promptly douo Wo aro headquarters for Gas Bicycle Yours to please Give us a cull Zg and Carbitc H h H mt w Q ffa da7ly iy Ininp jSaOit FRANKEL A E m moss co Z KENTUCKIAN Only 10 Cents a Week a o hi Dliverd at yonr door fov r k i mr i