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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f it E Ji mm Daily HOPKINSVILLE KY VOL 1 NO 24 TUESDAY MORNING MAT 26 1898 A BOLD BURGLARY It entehimt ANOTHER CALL of PEIOE 2 OENTS A SECOND FLEET THEDOCTORSDEPART J Their Session Was a Pleasant H Anderson Cos Store En tercd and The Cash Drawer Rifled HEADED THIS WAY Three Spanish Battleships are Sighted off Martinique The Torpedo Boat Terror Joins Them and All are Coming Northward and Profitable One Burglars entered the store of J Hi Anderson Co last night be ¬ tween the hours of 8 and 10 oclock The Program Finished Officers and rifled the cash drawer of its entire contents amounting to 535 Elected and Goodbyes FOR VOLUNTEERS President Wants 75000 More Soldiers Without Delay 11 Spoken The doctors have finished their labors and have gone back to their homes to resume their visits to pa-¬ tients who did not die or recover during- their absence It goes vitft-out the saying that they enjoyed their stay in Hopkinsville and that the Hopkinsville people were glad to have them here The days business yesterday be¬ gan with the miscellaneous discus- ¬ sions limited to one hour This was followed by the election of officers - It was evidently not the work a rs follows President Dr GayleG ofCasky G Simmons of Moseley1 From Sari Francisco 2400 Troops Set Sail for the Philippines On Three First Vice President Dr Prank Adairville Dr J Second Vice President Robinson of Guthrie t j Wij Transports SpeSt Pierre Martinique May 25 cialThe Spanish torpedo boat destroyer Terror sailed from Fort de France this af terhoon headed in a northwesterly direc tion It is reported that she goerf to join -- Secretary Dr Arthur T Mc Cormack of Bowling Green Treasurer Dr Homer Blaine of t Cadiz J Chairman of the Committee on T Arrangements Dr P M Simmons Russellville was selected as the next place of meeting The official program was then uuvicu in me Dusmuss vviieuiei an entrance was effected through the rear door or whether the thief concealed himself in the store and WSls IfirUprl in tvlinn flio nefnliliah- a4r1n IIA intia wars ciuseu in mgiii tun nuu be told Mr Cus Tandy a salesman in the house who has his sleeping apartments over the store discov- ¬ ered the burglary when he entered the store preparatory to retiring for Rico Be tlie night Striking a match at the wrapping counter in the rear he noticed that the cash drawer had Men Once ibeen left partially open Upon ex amination it was found that all of the money had been removed A unue nuu neen aroppeu onuiu coun ¬ ter in the thiefs hurry to escape Text of the Presidents Proclamation This Time Further investigation showed that the bar had been removed from the f ments Will Be Open to New Recruits No inside and the door unlocked I 1 Porto as Well as Cuba to at Invaded u By 20000 I i 41 the Enlist- ¬ ¬ articles of merchandise were miss ing Mr Tandy telephoned at once for an officer and Capt Greer quickly In company answered the call with Mr Tandy a thorough search of the house was made but without results The burglar left no clew as to lus identity The police sus- ¬ carried out pect a couple of notorious criminals The Association adjourned late who landed in the city yesterday in the afternoon and the visitors and tlie will be closely watched took the evening trains for their homes One Cavalry Recruit Lieut Sehon Wright of the s Washington May proclamation 25 The President to day issued the following the Spanish fleet were seen at day Three break off the North East coast of the island It is asserted that they were Spanjsh ships raon-of-w- ar MOSELEY BRASHER Sagasta Still Defiant In discussing the prospect of peace in the Cabinet meeting to day Premier Sagasta said The question of peace can be better settled in America than Madrid May 25 Special here istence America is the aggressor - Spain is fighting for national ex Philippine Expedition Off Special When the signal was given San Francisco May 25 this aiternoon from the Australia for the City of Pekin and City of Sydney to get under way with 2500 troops there was the wildcat en- ¬ thusiasm and the greatest cheering from thousands upon the docks THIS IS HARRY COWAN Second Son of Tlr Wm to s a00ll 19 years old and is the second son of Mr William Cowan Cowan a who moved to Joliet in 1895 He recently passed through here en Soldier at Chlckamauga route to Chfckamauga A special to a Chicago paper from Camp Thomas Chickfunauga Park MILITARY REC0NCENTRAD0S May 20 s ays One of the usual sights of war in Spanish Soldiers To Be Concen which the unexpected happens ex ¬ traded In Coast Towns ists in the ranks of company B of Joliet and it is a most patriotic Key West Fla May 25 Hava ¬ one The blue and the gray mess march and sleep side by side and na and the seacoast towns will be are bent on one object defense of our Cuban battlefields Capt Gen the very flag once fought against Blanco has issued orders conce- ¬ thirty five years ago the one who ntrating all his Spanish forces in the then was against the Hag being provinces at fortified seaports now probably the more patriotic in six withdrawing his garrisonsOfms its defense before Col Bennittt arranged and munitions of war fromj the Just to answer the call of his cquntry cities of the interior choosing to for troops and while he was recruit- ¬ stake all upon the defense which he ing company B Mr Win Cowan a hopes to make behind the walls and former resident of Kentucky and an ex confederate soldier who hatl sand bz nks A lost a portion of one hand in a bat ¬ If Aaihc Jatest word from Ila tle against the union told Col Ben vana province where the mobiliza ¬ nitt he wanted to enlist his son in tion of tro0psv has already begun company B The boy had said to It was brought to Koy West by his father Father It looks like Lieut Col Alfred Lima of Gen something is going to be done and Rodriguez staff vhb was picked I want a chance in it The Permission was given and up off the mouth of Jnruco rjyer the father said ho wpuld chance yesterday by oncvpf the blockading1 in alwJut li tffc wsw- - against n Vi him Pfflite Oowa flawTcUnies if unboats KlOf a bunk urith a Union Briber and T TU WlHl- Sran fr mvf lMlkfeifbMIICMr 4W w ron u prospect waj never Set- ol5HMyfeh sarnmaa HfewtB irtu reforraJ --- nf tr riarriagc of a Popular Hopkinsville - Couple A Surprise to Their Secretary Alger said this afternoon that the additional volunteers Regiment United States cavalry Friends called for will not be recruited from the National Guard as were thefirst was here yesterday according to 125000 but tha the enlistments will be open announcement to recruit for his Mr Peter Moseley and Mrs Bra ¬ regiment He established quarter sher widow of the late Pingree Porto Rico To Be Occupied in Buckner and Bryans office oer Brasher were united in marriage the First National Bank and re- at 7 oclock last night at the resi- ¬ Washington May 25 The Presidents call for 75000 volunteers will of the bride on Jesup Ave- ¬ tained Dr H H Wallace as medi- dence nue The wedding was in the na- - ue luuuweu uy uu niiuieuiiuu invasion oi iorio xtico anu VJUOa It was cal examiner Less than half a tbre of a surprise to the friends of announced at the War Department as soon as the proclamation was dozen men made application for en- both parties The ceremony was made public that an expedition of 20000 troops will be sent at once to Rev H D Smith seize and occupy San Juan and the island of Porto Rico listment All but one Mr L D performed by Brown a son of Judge M D pastor of the Christian church Further than this Admiral Sampson has been ordered to take his young Brown of this city were thrown Mr Moseley is a popularconnect- ¬ fleet to San Juan and prepare the way for the arrival of the troops In citizen of Hopkinsville and out on account of physical defects ed with the best families of the other words he is to destroy the fortifications so that our army can land Mr Brown was accepted and will county His bride is a daughter of and occupy the island go at 011 ce to Fort McPherson Lhe late G W Harry and a lady of This means that the adminbtration is satisfied that Commodore Atlanta thence to Tampa to join personal charms and mental gifts Schley has Admiral Cervcra and his Spanish licet at his mercy and is a his regiment Mr P W Buckner The Kkntuckian is joined by ¬ fully able to take care of them number of friends in extendwas left in charge of the recruiting large The invasion of Cuba will likewise be started immediately and 100 ing congratulations and best wishes station which will beopen for appli000 men will in all probability be the strength of the invading army cations for enlistment- - in the First Admiral riontejos Fate Reports at the War Department show that there are 13000 Spanish Regiment during the next seven Madrid May 26 The rumor is troops at Porto Rico Dr Wallace wilP continue again current here that Admiral days It is announced at the Navy Department that the Oregon will be to conduct the examinations been court martialed used to convoy the troops to Porto Rico and that they will start just as Montejo has and shpt at Manila by order of soon as they can be made ready Third Regiment- Officers It is impossi ¬ The work of mustering in pro- Capt Gen Augusti of Schley Has Him Bottled gresses rapidly at Lexington ble to obtain any confirmation generally be- ¬ Eight companies in the Third have the news but it is Special Secretary Long to day made the Washington May 25 been mustered in and by Fridaj lieved to be true important announcement of the safe arrival of the battleship Oregon at the entire regiment wiltbe in The The Pension Board Sits Jupiter Inlet Fla about midnight last night regimental officers were mustered The Board of Pension Examiners At the same time Secretary Long while expressly stating that no in Tuesday as follows Colonel T for Christian county held its regu ¬ official advices had been received of the bottling up of the Spanish fleet J Smith Lieutenant colonel Jouett lar weekly session yesterday Five in the harbor at Santiago de Cuba by Commodore Schleys Squadron Henry j majors E H Watts D G applicants for pensions were before announced that there was every reason to believe that such was the case Colson and G C Saffarans regi- the board for examination The are Drs With the Spanish lieet uotueci up at Santiago tnere snoulu be a mental adjutant R S Mitchell members of the board Williams and Lyte chapce of starving the enemy out of coal and provisions and capturing quartermaster rank of first lieu Grace the ships without much of a battle The four armored cruisers in there tenant F L Strange surgeon Christian County Cases are worth 2500000 each and the destroyers 9500000 each 11000000 Frank Boyd first assistant sur- ¬ The following orders were made They are all first class ships and this would make quite a all told geon Dr Austin Bell second as- ¬ in the Supreme Court yesterday re- ¬ find Navy officers say however that when the time comes for the ene ¬ sistant surgeon Dr Garrett bat ¬ lative to cases appealed from the mys ships to fall into our hands they will be blown up and sunk They talion adjutants G IS Snell A G Christian CircuitCourt N Railroad Company vs say there is no way of driving the Spaniards off the ships and saving L Sharpley and J F Simcox chapMcCombs Links admin strator vs the guns and vessels lain F M Thomas sergeant ma ¬ L N Railroad Company Chris ¬ jor Gordon Nelson quartermaster tian the railroad company givenO colored were married in October The Oregon Is Off sergeant M F Martin days in which to file brief May 25 The 1894 The plaintiff left defendant Juptier Fla N Railroad company vs L As will be seen from the above supplemental brief United States battleship Oregon in 18 on account of his cruel and Bradley has succeded in cramming Ford Christian which arrived here at 1030 oclock Inhuman treatment habitual drunk ¬ filled by appellee his penitentiary guard Sharpley last night has left Jupiter Desti ¬ enness and failure to provide of very unsavory character down BASEBALL nation unknown Valuable Lot Sold the throats of the men composing SPKIlIAI j Mr and Mrs J W Yancey yes ¬ H the Third Cincinnati 5 Brooklyn 4 Suit For Divorce terday sold to Mr J D Hill the Pittsburg 8 Philadelphia The casket containing thev body KUen Bradshaw vs Dick Brad- - Ipt at the corner of 10th and Clay ClcValand 5 Washington 4 of prtvnte Geo Walker a MMOuri shaw in the style of an action for streets where the Southern JIotl Baltimore 4 Chicago 2p railroad ncei soldier killed in divorce filed In the circuit csout formerly stood Tlttt consdertftti yes ¬ Hetf Tods 4 Lq u nYiJlr S del uaimcd throujftf Wkc C v ytfttrdf Tnis parties who are wtSl38 Boton St LouM terday enroute to St LouW First I William McKinley President of the United Stated by virtue of the power vested in me by the constitution and the law and deeming sufficient occasion to exist have thought fit to call forth and hereby do call forth volunteers to the aggregate number of 75000 in addition to the volunteers called forth by my proclamation of the 23rd day of April in the present year the same to be apportioned as far as practicable among several state and territories and the District of Columbia accord- ¬ ing to population and to serve for two years unless sooner discharged The proportion of each arm and the details of enlistment and organ- ¬ ization will be made knows through the War Department ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ - ¬ -- Jl Mi ¬ ¬ ¬ 3J X f - V T rA mmmimmwmBm r Li - WMl luXt LiitHfrti11 - ttflm l rirni w BtjjEyKfl srarrvna wy- r ifFTSTB YH ri XElbe Iubhetl every mornta v v SQB ails ftentucfcian tsaept Monday bjr DetiTertd by THE OWlllON AT The im J5 rrie to 11 partapt tbe cltyat Pr okas 7 t x atxAoxAX aia Mala i ckxts wwt want Siety a Rhm anrfSto U Nw In a Fferkl Port lEemendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS I Oregon has at last arrived at Jupi ter FIaM 40 miles above Palm 10 i 35 Feb Week PkrMoktb Beach on the Atlanticsidc63 days from San Francisco Ken-titrk- -v SefiatorUorakcrs father is dead The third regiment of the The battleship has accomplished volunteers mav move to the at the ripe old age of 83 years longest and fastest voyage ever ft front sooner than they anticipate the made by a first class battleship is reported from Lexington that the six immune regiments She is a coast defense vessel carr to be mustered in will be raised in Arrangements havebecn completed rying the heaviest guns and the O railroad to have with the C sL Kentucky and Tennessee STHMJCKITTIOir JULTJMfc Washington D C May 2SThe m WETZS STORE TKe Gfcueat Hopkinsville Mecca 0Cf it For Economical Rtrvers 7 Coll Oppenhcimer of Texas has and Trdpdfdr duty at Mobilegore is iiacauylowade in Spanish y 1 fe The Democratic Convention in the Seventh district Has been called to meet at Frank-15 Evan E Settle is the themselves u fort June Congressional readiness on Saturday to convey a regiment east and that the third would be the one to go to the coast defense With the second about to be moved to Chickamauga this would break up one of the Lexington camps and leave Col Castleman and his Legion boys by trains in thickest armor ft- - onhcahdidate Hii SenaforBurrows ified ocr something 5 r Editor Green E is evidently rat He advises the President to send 1000000 men to V Ma uila Kellar of the Mercury has changed his Carlisle paperto a semi weekly to get the waroiews to his readers in a little fresher form - f r Chairman P PJohnson has call- ¬ ed a- meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee at Louis- About ten days ago the afternoon villCjjMay 31 to consider Louisville papers scooped the morning pa- ¬ appointments pers with the exclusive report that Mr Bryan refused to allow him Admiral Montejo who lost the bat- selfito be elected captain ot the tleof Manilahad been assassinated company he mustered in at Lincoln A late report from Manila says becauseanother man wanted the Montejo is still alive and will be place and would not make Mr tried by court martial for coward- ¬ Bryans election unanimous ice It is further said that the Captain of the Calloa recently cap- ¬ Themuch talked of Naval Stra tured by Deweys fleet will be shot tegy Boone is composed of Ad ¬ for not returning the fire of the miral Sicard Capt Mahan and American vessels 5Capt Crowninshield If you feel jltke cursing these are the men to The Navy Department has re- ¬ fused to grant the request of the CUSS life German Government to permit Gus- ¬ report that Chas W Met- - tavo Bock a wealthy cigar maker The uMtV J aft JP alf of Pineville may decide not to to pass the Cuban blockade and en- ¬ Bock is said to be a j OjJBs JSmS riin for the Democratic nomination ter Havana for Secretary of State is not taken colonel of Spanish volunteers and seriously by his friendsHe has had is regarded as a suspicious charac- ¬ ithe nomination already won ever ter From the name he bears Mr u Bock probably wanted to go in on a IHPi since the last State Convention i fft n mmi hajx schooner A Barcelona dispatch says the A number of the Kentucky mem- ¬ ending of a Spanish expedition to bers of the state militia who were the Philippines to try to reclaim rejected by the examining surgeons them has been postponed indefinite ¬ for slight defects are endeavoring 4 V JEM ly Spain will probably take her through the senators and represen- ¬ chances on getting them back in tatives to be accepted by the war the treaty of peace department Some of them in their Ammm The Chicago Record suggests anxiety to go state that they will that we ought to be patient with waive all claims for pensions Sampson in view of the fact that it OMAHAS EXPOSITION took Lord Nelson three months to f find the French lleet in the Gen T S Clarkson Is Appointed Mediterranean a much smaller General Manager Ready sheet of water than the Carribean for June i seaf The July Ladies Home Journal will be known as The Presidents Number It will contain an illus- ¬ trated anecdotal biography of Pres ¬ ident McKinley and a new march The Presidents March also ded- ¬ icated to the Chief Executive The march is by Victor Herbert who wrote it expressly for the Journal to supercede Hail to j the Chief It is pronounced in severy way worth to serve as a patriotic greeting upon occasions of the pub- ¬ lic appearances of the President She was built to fight not to travel swiftly She is a floating fort of tremendous defensive and of fensive power 4v Yet she has just steamed 15000 miles or more than half way round the world at an averagejspeed go¬ ing night and day of ilkhots an nour j V She coaled only four times in this remarkable journey Leaving Cal- lao Peru she roundedCapc Horn to Rio de Janeiro Brazil without renewing her coal supply The Oregon was built in San Francisco launched October 26 1893 and was never in the Atlantic before On her trial trip May 18 the Oregon made 173 knots an hour which was the best record of any warship of her class in the world apain nas no single vessel as TBI PUBLIC ingl Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods Notions dlofch-- - departments efe eforc making their purchases Everything new and up-t6-- de t v in all See - Ooi ReafrTo Wear Suits u made by the best tailors and from THE BEST GLDTH They are r M 7i V bandies IN SHOES we have tbeBek Ail tk Latest Styles YOU GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE Remember the PlaceNext Door to Hardwicks powerful as the Oregon Her four main guns weigh 272 tons net fir- ¬ ing at a single discharge sleeL pro jectiles weighing more than two tons When Capt Clark with the- - bat tleship arrived at Rio Janeiro he Are you interested in the prices of Ladies and Cliildrens Slippers received long instructionsfrom the Naval Board of Strategy telling this is an opportunity that you cant afford to IP him of the danger that he might be intercepted by the Spanish fleet and out right away we have decided to cut the 1 how to avoid meeting theni cluldrens slippers Clark wired in reply Ladies and lildrens 2 Slippers 1 - SO miss To clpse these lines INTWO All bt our vladies and Please dont tangle meyith - ftj in- ¬ structions I am not afraidof- the whole Spanish fleet m The Hopkinsville boys who at Lexington are no longer- mem bers of company D Thecpmpany letters have been changed and Gaines company is company E - Our Little Giant shoesand slippers are the best wearing goods brought to this staid market and every one who liafe ever tried them will testify the truth of thfs assertion AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS WORTH and Hartford company is now Co D Col Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers 75c 100 125 and 150 mm bfi S f m ville distiller has completed a de- ¬ vice for filling whisky bottles that will fill 80 at a time The bottles after being filled can be emptied In any old way Now that Cervera is bottled upV banttago harbon why delay iri putting- the stopper in in - Thos H Sherley tKeLouis CUT PRICE 250 40c 50c 65c and 75c pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 100 125 and CUT PRICE 40 50 65 fe 75 CTS 75c 1 50 rW i - Omaha Neb May 25 Gen TJ JTIie friendship of France for S Clarkson of this city past grand Spain is likely to play smash with the Paris Exposition so far as the master of the Grand Army of- Rej United States is concerned There public has been appointed general isralready serious talk of refusing manager of the Trans Mississippi Hopkinsville Produce flarket The business before to make an appropriation for an exposition the board of managers has increas- ¬ Cash prices paid by Hopkinsville American exhibit ed so rapidly of late that its mem- ¬ merchants Walter Evans is said to be in bers decided to delegate some of the Bacon danger of defeat by Todd for the work and created the office of gen- ¬ Bams country Republican nomination forCongress eral manager A large share of Shoulders Jn the Louisville district The A the exhibits are now on the grounds P A organization will be solidly and the work of installation pro- ¬ Sides Lard rY for Todd The Democrats could ceeds vigorously Nearly all the government exhibits ask for nothing better than another Everything will be in are in place Country Produco readiness for - is desired as it is the time for elec-¬ tion of officers and representatives Will have work in the ranksof Esquire and Knight W C Wright A CoTTREiiy E K of R S C 0 f 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 Attention K of Ps vj we are still selling Clothing at prime Eastern To night 26th at Castle Hall is the regular meetingof Evergreen New York Cost lodge No 38 A large attendance REMEMBER ItA MAMMOTH e LOTBQCN O Paper SHOE CO THE PRESENT CRISIS THE PALACE Millinery chance at Todd tiie opening day June 1 Buttor Eggs - ih TV Mi DAILY MARKET REPORT Emile Zola the novelist has been New feathers put on trial at Paris a second time Beeswax Corrected Dully lly Hen Itawllna Hanker for criminal libel contained in Hint Uroker Uojiklngyllle Ky charges which he brought against Ginseng per lb the officers who conducted the Es Houey 10c Chicago Market terhazy court martial The first Tub washed wool THE NEWSiOP THE DAY IN 28804 Opff Higt Closing i trial resulted in a conviction but GreaBed j 1820 May Wheat THE POST 170 DISPATCHi yas set aside by the court and a Burry wool 10ldo 15 cents a July Wheat 1 lltf 1 12 112tf new trial granted week sovon days if de PouItr- y34 July Corn 36 34 r jivered by agent GO conts a month Old dhicketiBj live per lb Sept Corn 35 35 35 5J6c l sent by majl v The South bound Santa Fe train Hoosters iv 24 July Oats 25 2c 27J Turkeys yasderailed by a party of bandits July Pork 11 80 11 85 per tlb 6 Commissioners Sale 11 82 tlihtty miles south of Albuquerque Ducks 4o Monday June C 1898 11 a m G 20 6 22 July Lard 6 12 Thursday night The express com ¬ Those desiring- to purchase homes 6 95 5 95 Graiu panys safe was thrown out and July Ribs 0 95 lanu property or to invest in any Clover por bushel New Vork St ockmnni Cotton 3 kind of real estate would do well to blown open by dynamite and the Oats homo grown por bit 88o attend this sale on above date as contents taken The robbers es ¬ I Higt j Closing Corn 0P 35o there is some desirable property caped on horseback The amount Aug Cotton 6 49 6 50 both farms and city property to Wheat 95 sccured by the bandits is unknown Am Tob 1 09 1 09tf uu num 1RANIC KIVES 107X- Live stock but it is large it is understood Chicago Gas 97 Master ComV of the C C C 9799 I I With Ita Own Staff Correspondents at all Points of Interoat At Havana 16b Mr Sylvester Scovol At Madrid vjBo Mr A 8032o At Washington E Houghton 2022o Mr Stephen Bonsai At New Yor- kMr Morton Watkins S222 78c 45c 66c 5i6c THEPOST DISPATCH Is tiie Only St IoulB Millinery ¬ - Outdoing others Outdoing ourselves in vnltio giving Greater Bar gains more Bargains than ovor beforo Wo are soiling ehonpor because wo are soiling more We have t 1 Hsfs trimmed in the latest styles Sailors in all the new shapes and colors Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming Hayc you seen our line of new belts Jewel belts leather belts kidgloves corsets Hosiery handkerchiefs etc Bargains speak for themselves V - Mrg Acia Layne simmnmmmimmimmmmmmmK I c fc Dont I Do a Thing S C B O fMlfflH rira- Slioop The Paducah Newjf very aptly L N 54 55X B5H Cattle says The son business is Manhattan 1 05 1 Q7 1 06 Culvea niuchly overdone The- sons of Sugar 1 374 1 38JS 1 37 Grant Hayes Garfield Lincoln Coal Iron 253 Hides aud Pura-r- 26 25 Harrison Loiran Pickett and other Chicago ltccelpU Ta iluy Green hides M fiiWdiers and statesmen are about Wheat Groon salted hides 22G Cars wt rfcakiHg- their necks to get military Com Dry flint V V 474 Cars I i r- 1 02 1 02 1 Q2 Hga 2G08Bj 3acd ntil you have seen my new line of imported 2r504 3G0f Q7a - - - Oats rOfiL nothing- - short of a colonel lills Hogs thd Cattle mm m mU mii 228 Cars Vegotablw 28000 Head New polntow por bushel rIead Cabbage pW UrnIA -r-- VH ing metaling and re metaling the 80 Palmyra from W12 myra pikeroadLibertythe end of Pal¬ to church Right reserved tQ reject any and all bids 80s JXOj Y OWSWBY rtA t 5Q Monday May 33 1898 at 9 a m to give specifications to those who desire to bid on contract for grad Will Receive Bids at the mouth of the Locust lane near Beverly Ky on We will be SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN ¬ SHIP the best ilwtjnoney can secure rfcftSfiwIIH Nou sifcMiii JjJU Tobill tajlor - id uMiuuiuutiuuawiiMiiUi M S BBB5ES9B9E TUB pAfBR MAKERS Work U Ut -- I 0 4 IT CURED AUK Coloael Had to Thrash Her la Self Dofense MODERK SCItiNCE Stirte of Its CharacttrlstlcsHow Know ¬ ledge Is Obtained fis at Ktly Otmmet But the Meat Bul1Jt i- - in early summer Col Jako Haager is ono of tho Ono morning m03t gallant as well 03 one of the -- un ofnnrlini beside ail old rail fence hatching some cows that woro crop handsomest men who ever sat in the chair of tho chief of police and bossed ning firas8 M aUcntyn was attract b L the pcduliar movements of a the bobbies in blue ne is a native wap that scltlfiddnMhe rail besido Kontuckian full of respect for the me rXho rail whs covered with a light fair sex gentlo as a summer zephyr of woody fiber beaten vp and as full of sympathy a3 u can is of my ex cove oysters Yet upon one occasion from the ddcaylrigwqod by tho had received fron he drew back his fist and gave a worn cessive soarings it fllie long spring raina and whenthe an a blow in the face that shook her wasp had gathered as much of this as from the tip of her velvet toque to tho he could carry ho slowly flew away end of her gum overshoes In days gone by the notorious Carrie In a short time there woro a dozen or industrious pulp gath- ¬ McBride who is now dead was noted more of these erers at work on tho old rail and as as the worst woman in the city She fast as each of them obtained a had was a raw boned powerful creature away he flow in the direction id a with a fist on her like a battering ram clump of bushes that grew beside a and at least once a week for 20 years it was necessary to arrest her Pogmall stream My curiosity was aroused and I licemen shivered when they saw her determined to find but if possible what drinking for they knew they were in they were doing with sueji a quantity for a fight before the day was over of liber and approaching tho thicket Shoknocked them down and tore their cautiously Lsoon discovered them at uniforms battered their faces and work on a good sized nest which hung made them objects of ridicule on their from the limb of a white beech sap beats Out of their meager wages they ling I was aula to get quite near it had to replace the uniforms she de ¬ for wasps arc not apt to be quarrel- ¬ stroyed and their families suffered in some if left alone and these were too consequence Of course it would not busy to take heed of any thing except do to strike a woman and thus places blot on the fair name of Kentucky their work Years went by and Carrie became As fast as their loads were deposited they flew down to the brook and hav ¬ worse than ever with age Col Haager was keeper of the Cening wet their whistles returned to nest and set about beating the tral police station one day when she the fiber into a thin sheet which was so was brought in fighting desperately deftly- - joined to the main body of As soon as she saw him she said Since when did all yon boys git on the nest that the jointure was imper- ¬ ceptible There was a constant throng the police force Well Ill just take a of workers coming and going the ab- ¬ fall out of you Then she drew back her fist and pre- ¬ jective points being the nest the old fence and the brook and while each pared to give him a beating Like a addition to the structure was only the flash the fist of the young man shot tiniest mite yet it grew perceptibly out and Carrie dropped with a dull under the united efforts of those little thud against the iron door of the station With a dazed look on Iict builders bloated face she arose and staggered COUNT KALNOKY toward him Down she went again as suddenly as before Raising herMinisSomething About Austrias Late self on ono elbow she contemplated ter of Foreign Affairs Now Dead Count Kalnoky had the reputation him for a moment and said of being the best dispatch writer in and Say youre all right Ill give up youll Europe When stationed at Romev trouble with never have any nwe me and St Petersburg his dispatches The spirit of the noted virago was The same broken and woro models of clearness ever afterwards she wa may be said of his state papers and as gentle as a lamb Louisville Com- ¬ speeches since His public addresses mercial were comprehensive cool clear and He frequently singularly eloquent GRASSHOPPERS wrote for tho emperor elaborate sketches of the general political and Interesting Collection in Philadelphias Academy of Natural Sciences diplomatic situation and it is said One of the very interesting gifts that each of these would well serve received recently by the Academy of as a chapter of permanent history He was indeed a thorough scholar Natural Sciences in Philadelphia is master of the classics and of all im- modestly recorded as 45 species and portant foreign languages and a wide 108 specimens of grasshoppers of reader of the best literature of the eastern Pennsylvania and New Jer- ¬ sey collected by tho Feldman Col- ¬ world The collection cm The late minister never married lecting Social braces about one third the species and- - so far as society was concerned was something of a recluse He was within the boundaries named- There ¬ however much admired by his sub- ¬ is probably nothing new to tho Academy of Natural Sciences in this lot An Austrian minister to ordinates a foreign country had made a hor- but it is valuable nevertheless for it rible blunder which caused no end teaches the uninitiated at a glance of trouble - Finally the minister had among other things that there is to go home to explain matters After much more embraced in the genus it was all straightened out and the grasshopper than he before imagined minister was going back to his post Ho will discover for instance that without even a reprimand some one conspicuous among the tribe is the asked him what had been the matter universally detested cockroach the If The minister explained it frankly terror of all careful housekeepers will the person be aNew Yorker he admitting that he had been entirely cock- ¬ at fault I suppose then said the quickly identify among the roaches a little brown bug which he other that tho count gave you a has perhaps hitherto only known as No not a tremendous wigging the Croton bug an insect which sudYou dont How was that word vast mean to say that he didnt know it denly made its appearance in numbers a few years ago in the Croton Of course wds all your fault do- ¬ said the minister he knew it was water furnished for drinking and my fault but ho was too much of a mestic purposes Among the grasshoppers also are West gentleman to tell me so the crickets and katydids and here minster Gazette again one learns witlrsurprise that the He Was No Lunatic beautiful green long winged crea- ¬ tures which are generally credited The loud Yoiced man held the floor with accusing each otherin the dusk while the others ate in submissive si- ¬ of the evening of having done some- ¬ lence thing Ill bet Im the sanest man at the culprit oris other are not guilty The in the collection however table ho said is also green but not of that The others looked as yi they didnt and it shade which is possessed by delicate believo it ¬ tho tho ono so long accused It is moreTil bet five dollars that Im over a sullen looking creature with sanest man in this restaurant ho rounded head and brownish legs just continued would IJohody took him up and ho went tho sort of an insect that one imagine would take delight in indulgr on Thera is not another man hero ing in recriminations Philadelphia who baB proof hat lid is not a lunatic Ledger to ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ Tho prime characteristic of mod ¬ ern science is in its readiness to declare the increasing uncertainty of its ideal constructions While it does not re ¬ fuse to examine problems of origin while it itself furnishes the only prob ¬ able data by tho aid of which the solu- ¬ tion of them can be pursued it af- firms nothing and promises nothing ia tho matter It would consider it equally rash to sot up on similar con- ¬ structions tho rules of industrial ap- ¬ plications and moral rules for tho con- ¬ duct of individuals and societies In real things wo never proceed in tho name of absoluto principles because wo have learned that all our principles rest upon hypotheses borrowed from the facts of observation under a direct or simulated form To deduce every- ¬ thing from absoluto principles is an illusion Whatever pretends to be supported on the absolute is supported on nothing Mans knowledge is gained solely by the method of the observation of facts but is derived from two sources an internal and an external one Sensa tion reveals tho external world to us and is the point of departure of all tho physical natural and historical science It exhibits the insignificance and subordination of the individual in mankind present and past the in- ¬ significance and subordination of mankind overwhelmed and almost re- ¬ duced to nothing in the infinite whole of tho universe FrCm this point of view- - all morals consist in our humble submission to the necessary laws of the world religions say nothing more than this when they subordinate the human mind to Divine will In this domain everything is objective M P E Berthelot in Popular Science Monthly THE TERRIERS MISTAKE Imposed Too Far Upon the Good Nature of a St Bernard fil 00 13 lijtii fa- - 3 raBgBg s STS afficnO a 1 J W -- 5 SkQ - rsLSps ss is cT e en Z Urt - H oe Ul3 JK a Jf gB O ffifl OJ OS en H --i g TtM r- - - hf p i kipi t j cis run a a w 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was leading at- ¬ tracted much attention Near Thir- ¬ at teenth street the woman entered a store leaving the dog outside The dog was such a magnificent beast that several people stopped in admiration and the dog actually seemed to smile at the attention he was receiving 19 About this timd two giddy youths who were followed by a mischievous fox terrier came along and paused to see what was attracting the throng The terrier which was but a mite be- ¬ A side the St Bernard rushed in and 0 began snarling at the nig dog Tin noble looking beast paid not the slightest attention and tho youths audibly commented on tho big one cowardice When the terrier began snapping at his feet however tho bi one gravely raised ono paw and pushed NfflV his tormentor away This angered the terrier and its anger was fed by the youths who told Jip as they called him to go in and shake the big coward Jip went in and set e his teeth in the St Bernards leg Suddenly the big dog lost its forbear- ¬ ance and in a thrice Jip was in its massive jaws There was a crunching S5 sound a couple of shakes and Jip Qfc was cast aside dead The St Bernard then resumed his place unconcernedly and the young men gathered up their dead terrier and went off i 737 make complaint at the city hall Philadelphia Record -- 1 - 5 B re X wiJP T3 fD uy B O B e3 5 r 13 r tOfl CD 3 coo 3 - 5 3 b tt o hrt - P2 s nD re o o M X o w t W m to o ai o 03 f j -- 1 -1 a s co ao3 mb 2B O D rH 2 l tn S3 coq oi 22 D 3 Si5 8 b i o Bg a 3 B --- B B - o t- 3 o 3 n O C B i B ijB 0 3 o ft a rr -H 05 B tn CD tn 33 H3 B ID 5 i IS rr -- O j E fn m tp tn S3B 5 ra - O 1 2 a n o 2 P 0 cT ui -- 33 a W b ts ft S B2 T1 3 CD 3 H -- 1 SB w tn tn -- 1 f n o CD 5 ebni vr r f B o -- I 03 Q3 3 ro - CTn -- - 23 CD I CD tn K r CD O -1 a 03 CD UI 33 B H rj s - rr o at o c b0- OS sr1 j o S o g StO re 1 r4 1 SSaSSSaS U3Bn Iwrl o fJ0 jj 3 a to oM Ec- o 5 a a Ij o rr CBT3i-i----Vrcf- D rra - mOJ o a -- - e c C d I 3 en O 9 B - tt i P w -- tn S i CD on 03 -- - 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of South Alnorica1 A peculiarity of the insects of this W A NTED Buy To Voiir -- form themselves intQfWlsTfWhen Will pay from 12 2 to 20c lb overtaken by a floodftheyrnsh to a certain placenear their dweihpgs a ml MOAYOSU in a few seconds clinch each other in fteeomo a such numbers that they living ball A traveler once saw thousands roll WANTED AN themselves together in this way until CO Attornos WasMugton the ball was atieast one root in diame- ¬ HLmNSs their Pfttont irlzo otter 81800 0 for ter Then when the flood came they J Heros mine- - - Victorias Passion for Violets And he exhibited adischawro from tho inano asylum t Louis Post i n r Dispatch V --- Lay in Water 300 Years M Brest harbor during recont dredging Operations was in a perfect state of preservation tlJugJiiit had lain in tho water for over 300 years Tho metal was corroded chiefly on tho side touching tho bottom Cast iron cannon balls immersed for 210 yoara were found to bo so soft that they qould bo cwLwjlh a knife Tho wrought ronpbjecta found though njuch rustedj preserved a core of wnd mptnl Tkt RmIjTmudU A good 4 bronze nrquebus fished out of iir - CA-- Tlio members of tho British royal family confess io a great love fqrflchv ers of all kinds The nueen hasaBne- eial weaknes for lilies of tho valley and violets and carps to havo hem 1 rr nuout ner rooms tier inumaie friends knowing her favorite bios Aqnyj ondvher Jhcse in profusiori uponlicr birthday at Christmas and tho New Year Violots tho net flovr ers dfthe late Emperor Frederick of Germany have become quite eacred in tho eyes of hia widow and slip has often been deeply touched whn paying her anmialvjsits to England more strangers hayi offered vioJets in remembrance ofilver beloved thus band 1 1 saw it lodgoin tho top oXtreo to which tho ants on the insjdo- clung When tho water had snbsidcdjome what tho ants left tho lialluf great proves socking refuge inizo upper branches As soon aa the flood had disappeared ithoy marched back to their former place or auocto une 01 thcsoballs in Wiucn au no ants were ucqu was foifnd and4t may still bo jcon in a - wero8weptdovh fhostreani Following the ball in his canootliotraveler ¬ There are many Spurious Kinds GOOD The News and many NO there isKINDS All READING Then WOilTH 1 Whiskies Brandies a WOOL Wine J IDEArrpt Cordials NO 7 f -- Local State and WILtBE National FOOND IN THE KENTUCKI -- AND N BEST KIND The best Kind is what we SEIX and at as low prices as the spu ¬ rious kinds are Sold THE illlliill V mn Eikiii inugqffugutjiju uyiuuuiiys A Warm One Wohiivfl arranged a Clubbing Rate oy wnien wo cap giw v tnaaymai lwlii ftf - The Great Cur AH Brodk Vhat AftdttCfttionf - wtfeVtttoVirfKft lHvdir Km TUafr 0ivip It Axmion Globt idJfiL wftrgyvpt tofls w iU only thin isf plchtrof JL thar fpraboll tlai tfM After a thrilling climax at the fho ator he remarked to his best girl Myl That takes my breath away Im soglad sho replied witlHii nocent look I just hato tho odor Detroit jFye Press of clovea The gms inthe crowof Portugal ar worth 8000QQQ m in I ho royal diadn of England ate1 yaucdat Both Papers One Year for 225 Regular price for Both is 300 Woeave you goneroua part of this Bum Royal Liquor Co Only Liquor Store in Christian County NOTIl NO A TRIAL IS CONVINCING p n Mh J Send or bring your cash with ordm Mw jno KiiaNa poiciAN IIoi1cluaiIU lPlD JY TUK IICINK m 203 SOUTH MAIN STREET t- iV WW r- - - Ky S- - J SAMTJEIL 3jopr y mmmm wmmsb tffitLMtJxk itftadkiL ili Ifiklyflin Ar iiiiiiL Ui J til m TH A N OTHER SIDI5 Member of Company D Ans Hern Jr Pete HcGrath Burl Neff Jfiugcne Graves Tom J Williams Dave Berry -- PERSONAL Wilson of dds Ll swersYlr Zlmmcrs Cord I was dtartled in my perusal of the Daily Kentuckian of yester daVa issue to find A Card con taTnintias was claimed the true M vs it Ktatc ot airairs of Company D BS7M Words could not express my feelings aglancing- down the column arid - f Tr - -- jiL WAt druiking in the sense of each and every paragraph I found the citi ¬ 1 zen of Hopkins villc and the return The second call of the President V ing members of Company D so vic for volunteers has given additional and I believe with interest to local military matters iously attacked bur cause and provocation Already there is talk among the JN8t a single member of Company young men oforganizing a company Dihas ever been censured by any and offering its services to the Gov terday Save Money true American citizen for wanting ernor It will be composed of all Miss Fannie Pcay of Pembroke Buy your vegetables staple and V otiai was visiting friends inthe city yes- fancy groceries at E B Clark toulo his duty and answering his the members of the late company terday Co s Market House Its the place fiV countrys call for it is but for the D who still remain in the city and W S Shelton of W Allegree Todd to save money ifcfbve of Liberty which is born manv voumr men of previous mili county was a visitqrtthe city The Groom Fainted into bur hearts and minds and tary experience and the highest guarded through infancy by our connections If the company ia or ¬ Mr Irvin Cayce and family of In the marriage of Miss Oma mothers which on reaching our ganized and is allowed to choose Beverly were visitingfriends in Coomes and Mr George Thompson With stitch dowu at Rome Tuesday says the Owens of us answer its own officers it will eclipse any the city yesterday afternoon manhood demands bottoms the eas- ¬ boro Messenger the groom was so TSSBf Messrs R J Carothers and Should we your countrys call overcome by the responsibilities of iest wearing shoe company in tnc Kentucky volun- ¬ faillto do this then and in that teers in the quality of its material Thomas II Elliott of Lafayette the occasion that he fainted during made- - -- never sold were in the city yesterday 3K the ceremony event we would be censured The marriage had At present Capt Peland holds a for less than a Miss Susie Massie a popular to be postponed until Mr Thomp ¬ hat love of Liberty asserted commission empowering him to re- ¬ belle of the Pembroke vicinity was son was revived 125 before itself in the hearts of those that re- cruit and ortranize a company of shopping in the city yesterday 1 All sizes 6 to turned under the leadership of a State Guards Capt Peland will Messrs A Dawson Wick Daw ¬ E B Clark Co ¬ disgraced Captain They de son and Fenton DawsonCof Roar- ¬ The Hustling Grocers have just re- ¬ probably not enter upon the work ing Springs spent yesterday in the ceived acar load of fruit jars Spec- ¬ manded the liberty of saying who ial prices to merchants and will resign in favor of some city should be their leader and Captain other gentleman The preliminary Struck By Lightning This liberty was refused them and steps have already been taken Mrs Mary C Bennett who has I been the guest of Mr and Mrs W The stock barn of Mr T G like patriotic sons of Americas free m looking to the companys organiza- ¬ R Howell left yesterday afternoon Campbell a prominent farmer of born citizens that they were they for Eddy ville to visit her family tion the Roaring Springs vicinity was deemed it best to go home where Mr W R Howells condiction struck by lightning this week and HERE AND THERE liberty reigned supreme even if un- was much better last night and his partially demolished Two valu- ¬ dcrthe disgrace as my friend Mr Cream Bread at Millers Bakery early recovery is now confidently able horses were killed and a third n s predicted by his physician Dr stunned by the lightning Zimmer would have us placed He The best on earth Tel 159 The damage was considerable and the seems to insinuate by his remarks McKee has plenty of fine sweet Stites property was not protected by inNEW POTATOES Witliat we came home for no other mo-- potato slips suranceThe new company that takes the Fresh Saratoga chips at Millers In tiye than that prompted by love for tML jar ¬ our Captain He ignores the fact place of Co D in the Third regi- every day Try them Tele 159 Fined OncDoIlar ment is made up mostly of Carlisle we by our actions demand our that A Small Body of Troops Thomas Adams was arraigned people and will be known as the rights under any circumstances before Judge Cansler yesterday on Hopkinsville is Carlisle company Another car filled with volunteers Should Company D not have not in it en route to Chickamauga prjssed a warrant charging him with is for the right to demand their leader as Now is the time you want hot through the city yesterday after- ¬ breach of the peace Mr Adams lives on MrRoy Cayces farm south noon The car was attached to the well as any other company in the Rolls for supper Tel 159 Millers Bakery regular 513 train The company of the city He stabbed a colored Third Regiment boy who had some difficulty with Mr Harry P Weaks for the past on board was from Illinois If Captain Feland did by his con- ¬ his son He was fined 1 and cost f duct cause the Executive of Ken- ¬ year stenographer in the masterThe Big Circus mechanics office at the Illinois Cen- ¬ MARRIAGE LICENSES tucky to take from him the Cap tral shops at Paducah has resign- ¬ Is to view the immense throng of people who flock into tajucy of our Company is that any ed his position and will leave at Cos MarketHouse onE B Clark its WHITE Saturday W B Yancey to Nanny Thompreason that this same Executive did once for the Klondike gold regions the place to save money vC son people who know nothing about either quality or prices las duty by appointing Capt Strawberries fresh from the vine each Will Be Married COLORED at Reeves Gaines We do not deny his right item here is a special value and only guaranteed Henry Wilcox to Malinda Mabry Mr Ed but as long as Liberty reigns we Col John C Wickliffe a former prosperous Massie a popular and Clarence Tucker to Phoebe Par young farmer of the for this week and is for have had some voice in tne matter Kentuckian has made up a regi- ¬ Elmo neighborhood and Miss rish Susie ment of and S Ido not profess to know anything will be Louisiana immunes Col Abernathy a beautiful and cultur- ¬ sent to Cuba soon ed young lady of Pulaski Tenn of Capt Nbel Gaines but were he Wickliffe comes of a Kentucky fam- ¬ as chaste as snow as pure as ice ily of Wickliffes noted for their will be united in marriage at the Entirely new and first class in all v brides home to night k I for one could not and would not fighting qualities respects Excellent sample rooms of my own free will consent to serve and Borvice uuequalled in tho city String beans peas cucumbers Death of Mrs Wolfe f n On Double Car Line I box potted ham Sc chamber and fop under his leadership unless he was raddishes beets tomatoes and new Mrs Richard Wolfe died at the C P 25c L P Kleiderer Props cabbage jnst received at Reeves 1 family home four miles south of this box amsrican sardines 4c 1 cream pitcher elected by a majority of the brave Heudorson Ky lOc C W Wilhoyte of the wholesale I plug choice greenville boys who compose his company 8 lbs oat meal 25c grocery firm cf Wilhoyte Barrett The boys that thought this and 1 tobacco 5c granite milk pan Co of Owensboro was thrown 7c returned home stand ready will- - from his buggy Tuesday evening I lb either Iyon XXXX ca 2 cans merry war lye 15c ing arid anxious to go wherever or- - and instantly killed his neck being m The Columbia Chainless dova or arbuckles coffeei 10c 2 pkgs Plymouth rock dered if they shall be allowed to broken He was exercising a thor- ¬ 1 set knives and gelatine 35c forks 25c name the man who shall lead them oughbred mare which became 1 I doz boxes tacks frightened at some peafowls and hunter sifter 10c 8C As to Lieut R C Payne I wish ran off Mr Wilhoyte was one of 1 gallon 3 cans best tomatoes best sour pickle - 30c 25c to say that there is not a single the best known men in his section 1 I lb prunes can grated pine apple 10c sc member of Company D now en He was unmarried and about 45 1 lb I lunch basket raisins camped at Lexington that bears years old 10c 5C I slaw cutter I bottle mixed pickle more love respect or appreciation potato and tomato Cabbage 10c 8c plants at Reeves for him than I 1 SO lb can kettle rend I understand his gallon cuba 25c lard 390 situation fully he has been my as- ¬ The mayor of Owensboro has 1 lb mixed candy 10c 3 cakes pretty soap 10c sociate superior in rank and es ¬ notified all dog owners that on 3 boxes gold dust 10c 8 lb bulk soda 25c June 1 all dogs not wearing the teemed friend for some time past 55 clothes pins 4 sheets fly paper regulation brass collar showing 5c 5c andmy wish is that he may readi that the tax had been paid would 1 1 set plates 30c coffee mill 22c lyclimb the ladder of fame and be killed and he says he is going IS thathis life be but the pathway of to enforce the dog ordinance with r out favor It is estimated that roses But there are ties dearer before buying your salt and Is a Grand Success than these which demand my lib ¬ there are over 2500 dogs in the city of Owensboro but up to the present bacon get our prices also erty4 tax has been paid on only about the and tho only clminlosa that has giyen success and ha6 proven it on plates cups ctct for A Member of Co D twenty five dogs self so Wo have thorn on exhibition as well as a number of Co- Third Regiment threshing outfits A we have ice cream salt freezers white wash milium iiiuku ui ciiuiu WIlOOlH IrOlIl 25 IO 75 Two pound can extra choice Wo carry the best nssorlmout of Bicycle Sundries and Ho brushes flypaper coolers all e MvXT J Williams left on the SA VANILLA coffee for 50c at ot flavoring extracts pairin cf nil kinds Ve do nil kinds of expert repairing nl work The best in the city promptly done Wo are headquarters for Gas juicvcic night for Lexinirton Reeves 513 train last that are made and numerous other articles wanted by house Limm and Carmtc Give us u cnll Yours to ploaspj James Macrae white and George yitli a squad of ten new recruits K keepers all fe ff our wagons deliver Mo for the company that takes the White colored were arrested by kJ E- - M City Marshal Pickering and Officer all parts of the city and run until 12 oclock Saturday night A placejof the Hopkinsyille company Small I says the Clarksville Times in the Third Regiment Transpor- ¬ uu me cnarge oi stealing a cow yours 10 pieasc tation was sent for these men by from John White a planter of the Lieutenant Paying yesterday Garrettsburg neighborhood in Ken Those who pass the physical cx- - tucky and driving the animal to the XVI city for the ostensible purpose of WM v animation will be mustered at once selling it The men were locked SS--llMM ii -i yaiiu viin uiuvc wiui iviiu regjmeni up pending an investigation of the probably the latter part of the matter and the cow was placed in Larceny and bringing Tliose who accompanied a stable h Vweek Btolen property into the State are Williams were the charges preferred against them JWlson Couch Jr Jas Wootton Only tO Cents a Week All vegetables guaranteed at Howard Bush Jas Reeves JeMUpjpidy J Delivered nt Mr George E Gary of this city who was formerly a resident of Bowling Green and a friend of Col T J Smith of the Third Regiment has received the following telegram from that gentleman Lexington Ky Ky Geo E Gary Hopkiusville to complete muster by Expect Wednesday night T J Smith Pcv visiting in th8 city traits add Christian character Mr C H King of Pop was in The funeral arid interment will take the city yesterday place to day at the family home Thomas R Grant of KelfySwas A Point Ralsd f js in the city yesterday Capt Noel Gaines is rapidly re- ¬ Mr B M Powers of PruittHill cruiting the Hopkinsville company was in the city yesterday hv He has crotten twenty men from Mr C W Ware of Treritoh was Frankfort and hopes to have the company full to day in the city on business yesterday Miss Nellie Lcdford- of Pee Dee Begging the padoi ofourefetcemed was shopping in the city yesterday Lexington contemporary which pub ¬ lishes the above and our more es ¬ Mrs Dr Wooslcy of Bahibridge teemed Hopkinsville contemporary was in the city shopping yesterday which reproduces it we would rise James Francis of Gracey was to remark that Capt Noel Gaiiics among the citys visitors yesterday is not recruting any Hopkinsville Mr Lawrence Balcer of Mont company We insist upon our gomery was here oii busjnes yes- ¬ point- Madisonville city yesterday after an illness of several weeks ofpneumofiia Mrs Wolfe waB forty years of age and a is lady of many noble and lovable f i r if- - - i o f 4 - 100 i A Pair Mens Plow ft Shoes Ils J H An e rs on CO t this for dose buyers and not don f ¬ f Hotel Henderson spot cash Ts Kiiiii3iieiiiei i ¬ farmers give ua a uau kinds 5 J 2 iiiifjillHlg CO your door M 6 oefofck ft j MOSS at bottom prices J THE DAILY UMk KENTUCKIAN w t cooper cof w- - wholesale may 26 retail grocers