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W Daily t VOI 1 tt r JL entttthiatt PRIOE 2 CENTS TWO BAD ACCIDENTS SO 26 BOB LANDERS CHANCE HOPKINSVILLE KT FRIDAY MORNING MAY 27 1898 TOSEEGOVBRADLBL Committee From Tiiis City Will One of the New Regiments to be of Colored Men NO LONGER A ROMANTIC MARRIAGE ¬ Bradley has received official Confer With Him notice of the call for troops The Governor says the troops under this call will come almost entirely Lexington in from Eastern Kentucky Thirty Gaincs Companyat one of the thirty eight companies al ¬ a Bad Way riilltnry ready called out have come tfrom Central and Western Kentucky and Matters of Interest only seven from Eastern Kentucky Gov pt Little Florence Bushes Arm Brok en Jack Stitcs Severely Hurt MATTER0FD61BT Spanish Admiral Is Certainly o Popular Young If opkincvllle Man It is stated that Lieut 15 B Bassett one ot the most capable and soldierly members of the State Guards is a cardidate for the position of Major of the Third regiment the place having been left vacanfrbyaJlie promotion nf Msn Colsi ohKO JiHit Bassett has t fnr Irfteeirwears been connected lie was a with the State Guards of the Louisville Legion member wften a mere boy and was in the with the fight at Ashland Ky Neal and Craft mob He has had much experience in military affairs and has been an officer in the State Guards for the last several years Lieut Bassett has received the voluntary endorsements of almost the entire town and the Governor will greatly please the people of Hopkinsville of all parties if he will promote this g allant young off- ¬ icer to a position he is so well quali- ¬ He is not only a brave fied to fill soldier but is a gentleman of the highest character and a successful business man whose popularity is attested by the unanimity with which the people of Hopkinsville have endorsed him to the Governor Another effort is going to be made to induce the Governor to allow the organization of a Hopkinsville com- ¬ pany to take the place of the hybrid by commanded conglomeration not Gaines It is clear that he can find enough men to allow thec75rfr pany to be mustered in The Gov- ¬ ernor will be asked to let the old members of the original company D organize bydecting their own officers subject to his approval If he refuses to do this he will be asked to commission a competent and experienced military man in this city to raise a company for en- ¬ listment in one of the new reg-¬ iments to be organized under the second call for volunteers probably The call will take two regiments a total of 2045 men from this State Already stacks of letters are on file for authority to raise these reg-¬ iments and the published state- ¬ ment of the call has caused a flood of letters and telegrams from the ambitious Gov Bradley as yet will say nothing in regard to the officers and details further than to insist that one ofj the regiments will be composed of colored men It is not improbable that Ben Roe the por- ¬ ter at the executive office will get an office at one of these companies - D G Colson will be one of the Colonels Hemmed In Santiago i Report of Explosion on the Cruiser Balti more lias Not Been Confirmed i v Vessels ofCommorce Warned oMDanqer From Tornedos Sub Marine Mines inAmerican Harbors - is and Santiago Bay Judge James Breathitt and Charles O Prowse an officer in the latejeompany will leave to day for Frankfort to confer with Governor Bradley and present the case in its true lights When this is done it is believed that the Governor will see that an unjustice has been done to this community and will endeavor to atone for it as far as he can Gaines company at Lexington which includes a number of Hop jifnsviile boys is still far from being ready for muster It lacks nearly thirty men of having the requisite number and recruits for the com- ¬ pany arc exceedingly hard to find Those who have joined the compa- ¬ ny are becoming more and more dissatisfied with their captain as his record becomes better known to them and there have been a num ¬ ber of desertions The indications are that the company will never be recruited and mustered in under fGaines - Santiago Bay is a magnificent sheet of water about eight miles long and half as broad deep safe suitable for the largest ships to be at anchor but only for those drawing- less than 14 feet to approach the wharves It is reached by a long strait with a channel only 225 feet wide defended by Morro Port on the east and Socapa Fort on the west The country around is made up of the wooded slopes of the Sierra Maestra Santiago itself lies near the northeastern angle where it climbs a slope 150 feet high It is composed chiefly of one story houses because of frequent earthquakes It is an old and important city formerly capital of the island and has many important public buildings among them the finest cathedral in Cuba It is connected with San Luis by a railway 20 or 30 miles long and there ending From the eastern side of the bay a railway nine miles long- runs northwestto the iron mines atCobre There are no other railways in the district Santiago has no connec- ¬ tion with the rest of the world ex- ¬ The cept by road or by water town has 00000 inhabitants in pros- ¬ perous times - X1 Specials Definite news received to day Key West Fla May 2f confirms the report that the fleet of Admiral Cervera is hemmed in the harbor of Santiago de Cuba Schleys squadron is watching- the Span ¬ ish fleet and guarding the entrance to the harbor - Council Of War Washington May 26 Special Every executive branch of the gov eminent was represented in the council of w ir at the White House this morning The purpose of the conference was to reach some definite con- ¬ clusion and settle upon the positive program lor the conquest not only of Cuba but of the Philippines and Porto Rico Secretary Long after he left the White House spoke very freely in regard to the conference saying that this w as the first time that all branches of the government had beenrcpiesented in the conference He said that up to this hour no conclusion had been reached and no final plan of campaign had been determined upon He said moreover that none could be finally fixed until it wi postively known whether or not Cervera was in the harbor of Santiago dc Cuba His opinion was that the Spanish lleet was penned in this port but until it was a certainty the carrying out of the program of the war must necessarily be held in abeyance Florence the three year old daughter of Mn and Mrs C II Bush met with ascrious accident about srx oclock yesterday She was playing with a little daughter of Mr and Mrs D II Merritt at the latter s home on South Main street The little Bush child was riding a tricycle which was being pulled by her companion In some way the tricycle was overturned and the child thrown against a rock falling upon her left arm which was broken above the elbow She was at once taken to her parents home a few doors above Mr Merritts where a physician dressed the injured member Jack Stites little son of Mrs Susie Stites met with an accident yesterday evening that was very dangerous but very fortunately not serious While riding his bi- ¬ cycle he collided with Girards meat wagon on the street and was run over by the wagon The wheels passed over his shoulder but with- ¬ out doing more serious harm than making- severe bruises No bones were broken The little fellow was taken home and his injuries looked after by Dr Blakey and he will soon be out again - the Hero They Had Never Met Until He Went To Claim His Bride At the Union church in Monti Ky Wednesday afternoon Mr George W Metcalfe of this city and Miss Lalla Courtney Tuttle of Monticello were united cello in marriage The officiating- min ister was Rev J Mendle Black¬ ¬ EASTERN STAR DEGREE Rev A W Meacham Will Confer It Upon a Number of La- ¬ dies To Night An important gathering- of the local Masons will be held a if their handsome lodge this eveningThe object of the called session is to confer the Eastern Star Degree upon a number of the wives sisters - War Board In Session Late this afternoon the neces ¬ Special Washington May 26 sary and multitudinous orders for tin nnasion of Cuba and Porto Rico are being- prepared and will be issued immediately upon news being received from Sampson or Schley that the have Cervera where he will be harmless ¬ Monterey to Be Taken In Tow San Francisco May 26 The Government has purchased the collier Peter Jepson now at the Howard street bunkers The Pep- son loaded with several thousand tons of coal which will not be re- ¬ moved from her hold A couple of companies of troops can be quar ¬ tered on the collier which is ex pected to be assigned to the duty of towing the coast defense vessel Monterey from Honolulu to Manila- - Vessels Of Commerce Warned- - There were four applicants for enlistment in the First Cavalry at the recruiting office yesterday Brig Gen Frank W Buckner who lias charge of the recruiting station filed the applications and will continue to receive others un ¬ til uoxt Thursday when the phys ¬ ical examination of the recruits be conducted Those who P ihU examination will b sent onPe to Fort McPhernoa nar Atlanta tTjeucS to join the rffciwenl ianroa i - l v iU Special Vessels of Commerce are again Washington May 26 There Was No Light warned pf the danger from torpedoes and submarine mines in American Those who were not provided How it Was Done with electric lights last night were harbors Several vessels recently haw made very narrow escapes from Further investigation into the left in utter darkness A great the fate of the Maine owing to the ekUncal connections with the shore Cos many houses are dependent upon burglary of J H Anderson not being under perfect control exclusively in yes- ¬ the gas company for lights and store reported terdays Khntuckian shows that there was a general hurrying and Second Kentucky At Chickamauga the thieves effected an entrance to skurrying to find coal oil lamps the second floor of the building by candles or something else to take Special There are now 12000 soldiers in climbing upon an awning over a the place temporarily of the gas Chickamauga May 26 camp at Chickamauga Park The Second Kentucky infantry volunteers rear window They then went jets arrived at 720 this evening and were assigned Second Division First down to the cash j drawer and hav- - The cause of the shut dowu was j i t ing extracted its contents maue a mistake in filling- the order for Corps II their exit through the back door coke the company furnishing the The First Pension The police are still on the alert for coke having sent the wrong kind More Ships In Commission The plant will be in operation to- ¬ the thieves Chicago May 25 Col Jonathan night Machinery Shipped Merriam the United States Pen ¬ Special -- Orders have been received to San Francisco May 26 sion Agent at Chicago issued yes The City Court Mr T L Metcalfe yesterday commission as soon as possible terday the first pension voucher of place the Yorktown and Philadelphia in About ten days ago George Mad shipped a car load of laundry ma ¬ the war with Spain It is for Mrs also to transfer the boys from the training ship Mohican and fill up the chinery to Fort Smith Ark where dox a conductor on a South bound Elsie A Montfort of Council Bluffs vessels with seamen for ob ¬ he is preparing to open a large freight train was arrested la mother of Seaman Win Mont structing a crossing in the city laundrv nlant He is erecting a limits Be gave bond for his ap ¬ fort who was a victim of the Maine Probably and Idle Rumor fine building on one of the princi- ¬ pearance yesterday the case was explosion in Havana harbor Feb pal streets of that flourishing city ruary 15 Special JThe Navy Department haB and will soon have his new plant heard and Maddox was fined 25 Washington D C May 25 Sam Major col was fined 5 and Colson Commissioned received no confirmation of the report that a disastrous explosion had in operation Another carload of new machinery has been shipped to costs for using profane language on FranforrxMay 26 Gov Brad occurred on board the cruiser Baltimore in Mbnila harbor Fort Smith from St Louis Mr the street ley tadayfcdmmissioned Congress ¬ Win Thomas and Sam Brame The missing ones it is supposed John Orr is still at Fort Smith su man D Gc6lbono the Eleventh Lost Strayed or Stolen perintending the erection of Mr colored were lined 5 each for a Kentucky District as the Colonel to will try to rejoin Cervera at San ¬ Metcalfes building plain drunk Santo Domingo Uayti May 26 ty raise one of the tyo regiments of fleet tiago provided the American Married In Clarksvillc V BASEBALL Part of the Spanish ileetismissing volunteers for Kentucky is not watchful Mr AY L Everett and Miss SIKCIAI Cable messages have been received A battle between United States Ethel Cobb a well known and pop ¬ eClarlcsvilleTioiea says the Cincinnati 12 New York f from Captain General Blanco anx ¬ IketB and that of Spain is expected ular young Fairview couple were Washington 11 Pittsburg 7 two men arrested on suspicion of in Clarksvillc Wednesday iously inquiring as to the where ¬ to take place at any time in the married Boston 11 Louisville 3 having stolen a cow hayebeen held afternoon The ceremony was pro ¬ Baltimore 3 Cleveland 5 of the ships of of for larceny The coyr hi htn po abouts several water btweou San Domingo am nounced at the home of a relative Philadelphia 1 Chicago 7 Squire 8 Smith ofiisenuipn was identified a the piflfcr the bride The ix men ofWar now at San- - I Brpoklyn 2 St Louis 0 eiated erty of lr StrotibC ofllqweDv Jtyf tiago de Cuba came from Curacao the Eastern Coast of Cuba i and daughters of Master Masons This degree is for ladies exclusive- ¬ ly and the lady members of the families of all Masons in good standing with their Lodge are It eligible to take the degree will be conferred to niirht bv the venerable Rev A W Meacham of Gracey who has accepted a special invitation from the Lodge to con- ¬ duct the impressive ceremony The meeting w ill of course be open to none but Masons and 730 is the hour for the Lodge to be called to order The names of the ladies who will take the degree have not been an- ¬ nounced There will be quite a number of them burn of Richmond Va who was assisted by Rev Lawrence Will- ¬ iams of Burksville The attendants were M H Cof- ¬ fey and Henry L Phillips Jr of Monticello Ky and Phil Warner Tuttle and William B Porch of Burnside Ky The bride wore a gray travelling dress trimmed with velvet and the groom regulation black The church was handsomely dec- ¬ orated with evergreens flowers and potted plants Immediately after the ceremony the party left in carriages to take the noon train for Louisville and Hopkinsville The bride is a daughter of Cap- ¬ tain John W Tuttle a distinguished lawyer of Monticello and one of the most prominent citizens of that section of Kentucky He has filled with distinction and credit a num- ¬ ber of responsible positions and has labored zealously for the upbuild- ¬ ing of his section His daughter whose heart and hand have been captured by one of our citizens is a lady of rare beauty and superior culture and was a reigning- belle in her native city Mr Metcalfe is indeed fortunate in having cap- ¬ tured a prize so worthy The groom is a son of the late Dr V M Metcalfe whose memory is held in great reverence wherever his name is known Mr Metcalfe is a capable young- business man and deserves success A rich vein of romance runs through the course of the courtship which has just culminated so hap- ¬ pily The couple had never met until the groom went to Monticello to claim his bride More than a year ago they heard much of each other through relatives and mutual friends This led to a A num- ¬ cousinly correspundence ber of felcitous circumstances tend ¬ ed to converge their pathis in life until their somewhat distant cousin- ¬ ly relations ripened into love and w m H k m 14 i i H 4 1i r 1 i 1 - V 111 1 f iJJWi XMJI o 3ESHHH8H XEbe 2ail funtuckian by Delivered by carriers to all parta o the city THE SECOND fe Off5 Now at at Chickftmaugft Ready Active Duty r Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOOD- S- fnibllshod evfcry morning except Monday i- ji - The Second regiment Kentucky volunteers left Lexington over the SUJISCRIPTIOK ItATJSS Cincinnati Southern railroad for 10 iER W EBK 00 JpERMONTlt ChickmnugaWedncsday Ten thous ¬ and people half of whom were wo¬ Mr The June number of The Century men were at the depot to sect them den Wheeler has tendered Brylhn a position on his staff and has several features of particular depart There were maiuromen timeliness Captain Alfred T Ma and not a few men crying The theoffer may be accepted i Han recently recalled to active ser volunteers bore thcinselveljkcsol- Gladstones remains were vieweu vice as special adviser to the Naval diers 5r by4liousands of people at Hawari Strategy Board contributes a pa- ¬ The Second Regiment Contains per describing- the reasons for the 950 men and 60 commissioned of- ¬ eveningfailure of the Spanish Armada ficers About 300 of the men are London Wednesday illustrated by Varian and written uniformed and 250 of them have Watterson by William Frederic Tillon Mr GOv Bradley Col guns There are no tents or other VahdJCdl Brcckcnridge were the Tiltons paper is chiefly based on equipments principal speakers in the military the manuscript Irish correspon- ¬ j rosier oi tne regimental omccrs jamboree at Lexington Wednesday dence in the London Record Office is as follows and on the narratives of survivors Col Commanding E HTGaither V ThoS W Kecne the tragedian and other authentic Spanish pa Lieutenant Col WHAWhinnle If is httffering- with appendicitis and pers gathered by Captain Duro Major First BattalionB S T1 A h uncancelled his theatrical engage the historian of the Armada Mr 4 irifent in Canada and has one to Emory W Fenn who served as a burn Major Second BattalijoW J 15m 7 New York for treatment major in the Cuban army recounts bry Allen JS The bombardment of Morro Cas- - his experience under General Mnjr Third Battaiion Av C Garcia in an article entitled Ten Owen e ac uavana is tu ucyui jji a 1 - days and the big thirteen inch Months with theCuban Insurgents Adjutant Second Regiment- W H Collier giuib of the Oregon will be allowed POST DISPATCH SNAP SHOTS to participate in it Quartermaster W H Baker py - OKAS M MMACXAM 212 S Main 10 CEXTS Mill WEEK JO METZS STORE WT yf- i tr r i THK The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Bit vers PTTRTTH Pr m t -- - Mf - w mm i t m vl v t ing etc before making their purchases departments Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Soods NofcibnOloth Everything now and up-to-date - in all - SEE Our They arc uDandies Ready-To-- W ar Suits THE BESLCLCtol Thf - made by the best tailors and from 1 SHOES we have lie Best jwr- the Spaniurds this is an opporl unity that you cant afford to miss To close these lines IP Hobbs Madisonville Hustlers big Whats the matter with Hanna trade edition was one of the hand- ¬ In what tent is the mighty peace niei luusician -- RoberM Mitch- - out right away we have decided to cut the 1 Iff TWO- - All of our ladies and ell somest papers ever issued in this childrens slippers Senator sulkingsection of the state It was a pa ¬ Principal Musicians John B per that cannot fail to be of great Cuba is so growing a climate that Davis and Charles M Wetterham benefit to the commercial interests Gen Wheeler may return with a Hospital Stewards Charles B full head of hair Our Little Giant shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to this Hawes David B BaylessfSr and ofits town M If Bismarck is now a peacemaker Howard Farmer market anrTeyery one who lias ever tried thorn will testify the truth of this assertion Brother Meacham has made the he is as sick as was the devil when The Color Sergeant hastlnot yet Jed i Hopkinsville Daily Khntuckiax a His Satanic Majesty wanted to be a been appointed but T Polk it WfflQ etropolitan paper in every sense monk is said will be appointed -- to that u ima of the word It is brijrht newsv It would be a fiery ordeal for position v and covers both the local and tele Walter Vrooman if he should be Lieut Col Henry of Col- - Smiths graphic news field in a thorough thrown into a cell for appropriat- ¬ staff and Adjt Gen Collier accom- ¬ nanner Hopkinsville should be ing an election booth panied the Second regiment to m proud of possessing so well edited a WORTH 75ct 100 125 and 1 50 Chickamauga Gen CollierV fam- ¬ There is much speculation as to paper Breckenridge News ¬ why Capt Sigsbee named his dor ily went with him They will refiTHHK 9 Sharpley Gov Bradleys hang PeSo it being- a fact that Peggy turn to day er on who was thrust upon the is not that kind of a doir Hopkinsville Produce flarket third regiment as an adjutant Doubtless Spain will pray for a 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 125 and 150 fell from his horse one day this continuance of the rainy season It Cash prices paid by Hopkinsville merchants and almost qualified himself is not improbable that she would week to clraw a pension He found it like to see the whole of Cuba Baeou more difficult to ride a horse than to drowned Bams country 7 8c We will also put in this sale our entire line of turn a key in the female ward in The Spaniards should have blown black kid and tan Shoulders his position as prison guard button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction Sides up the British Isabel instead of fir- ¬ GGic Half 1 Laid T June Scribner though made ing a shot into her There can be The we are still selling at prime Eastern up on the eve of war countains evi- ¬ na good accident theory in a cannon Country Produce shot Butter i4 16c dences of the impending- calamity New York Cost Eggs If Skippy Rohan can confess 8c in several clear and serviceable 3082c war maps which were inserted and reform there is certainly hope New feathers Beeswax 2022c the rest of the magazine had for some of our municipal states- ¬ Rafter Tallow men who have taken what did not 8c Sf gone to press Well known writers Giuseng per lb belong to them -I and artists will depict actual phases 222o Honey 10c 5of the war in succeeding- issues Maj Bittinger will not collar Du Tub washed wool 2880o Arrangements have been made to Bosc and lead him out of Canada GreaBed cover the operations by land and All the work comes on the Secret 1820o PRESENT CRISIS Burry wool ea Service Department What sort of 10Uc Poultry One month from to day the Coun diplomacy is this Old chickeus live per lb A number of patriot papers are tyjGonventions will be held to send 5ij3c POST DISPATCH delegates to aCongressionalCon voli ¬ astonished at Senator Allen who Roosters c TiGc Turkeys per lh tion at Henderson two days later would not let his son accept a lieutenIs the Only Ducks called to nominate a successor to ant-colonelcy 4e the boy having St Louis Paper Hon J D Clardy Hon II D had no military experience Grain With Its Own Staff Correspondents Allen of Union is the only candi When women go and get mar- ¬ Clover per biiBhel at all Points of Interest Outdoing others Outdoing ourselves in value giving Greater Bar didate and will of course be nom- ¬ riage licenses without the consent Oats homo grown per bu At Havana gains more Bargains tlinn ever before We are Boiling cheaper inated by acclamation Mr Sylvester Scovol This in ¬ of any masculine party what single Corn because 35c At Madrid wo are selling more sures for the district a congress- ¬ man is safe The bachelors and Wo havo Wheat 93c Mr A E Houghton man who will rellect credit upon widowers will have to organize at At Washington Live stock -his constituency his state and him- ¬ once Mr Hats trimmed in the latest styles Hoga self Mr Allen is not only worthy 3350 At Now YorkStephen BouBal It was in Pennsylvania and not Sheep 2 50350 Sailors in all the new shapes and colors of the honor but he represents a in Mr Morton Wntkinn Kansas that a man accidentally Cattlo 2R504J r county that is entitled to the com- ¬ nailed his Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming whiskers to the fence Calves pliment of being allowed to name Perhaps the Kansans 53504 THE NEWS OP THE DAY IN Have you seen our line of new belts have the candidate this time without op- ¬ since the improvement in shaved THE POST DISPATCH grain Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corsets If position The party is fortunate in prices 15 crihtB a week eevou days if de- Hosiery handkerchiefs etc having no contebt this year and Bargains speak for themselves lirered by agent 60 cents a month Boston stands appalled at the the Hopkinsville Gas doubly fortunate in the selection if sent by mail army is consuming 13000 quarts of of its candidate AN I beans every day A bean famine ti A jn Boston would be more disastrous OnAS OATLETT 0LAEEN0E DABniB The Memorial Day numberofthat than a Spanish bombardment evr popular weekly the New York CATLETT HARRISA II Ledger presents a combination of Formerly with Forbea A Bro Russell Harrison Assigned y pictorial and literary attractions l Huvo opened up their Bhqwj fi5 and that make a strong- appeal to pa ¬ Washington May 25 Maj Rus ¬ B Harrison Inspector General rooms for tho Beason in iiio triotic readers A beautiful pic- ¬ sell ture of a returned veteran clasping of the volunteer army son of ex HOWE BUILDING Main Wo have concluded to go Mntil you have seen my new line of imported fn his arms his little granddaugh ¬ President Harrison was to day as 3 streot where they have a stock1 iness for ourselves and offer into bus our ser signed io duty on the staff of Maj ter forms the cover A large dou of tho latest improved vices to tho public at the moat roaa SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS ble page picture of he Oregon and Gen Fitzhugh Lee commanding PnblQ Prices Paper hanging a apon laity All work guaranteed her commander Captain Charles F the Seventh army corps at Tampa Gas Ranges For Sale fVvV I guarantee QUALITV STYLE and Leave orders at Qua Youngs Clar and her senior officers is i At Cost Price WORKMAN ¬ Hiumiier Kicurnloii ItutH Telephone 81 2 ringa on the centre nacres-- The SHIP the best that money can secure Or WIU Be Rented K The I irbor of Havana and the celebra- - oxuursionOR as will soil summor At I AyjjtT tickets follows the Nominal Sum of Ar Cjtcd Morro Cnstlc the fortress and Ceruleuu Sprintja and return LL W 80c GRAY 3oo Per Year ncon of tluj Spaniards and a Dawson Spriugs and return 170 TONSORIAL ARTISTS Crittondon Snga 025 Mt Jtwworiciu anu ficcripiive article Gravtmn Sdrfnrru and return Are also agents for tho GEN uiul mfnvn r on No U South Main WMT MVKNTH 8TRMT MLB B01MIUJ v u 7 Vr wifh illustrations fillH innfim if-- i Vi T WELSBAGH LAMP itaturu Jlrait W Ufiyg from dt of Clean towttlfl and 1 wvthiBi irafc p I 8ftlt JB M Sihkrwood Agt Tiw fix light iu axiitino- I3he No eye can sec Admiral C on the - open sea See waselected Department Commanover ddfjpf the Kentucky G A R looking- for Cervera face The ColJSIIenry S Cohn at Bowling may grow on our gallant tars Green The meeting next year Coast people instead of tellinjr will be held atCovington fish stories are now seeing Spanish fleets There is a plan on foot which if Palaver may be potent in Co- ¬ carried out will cause windows to go up It is nothing short of a con- ¬ ngress but it doesnt do strategy solidation of all the sash door and boards much good All the volunteers are soon to be blind factories in the country into enrolled but when are we to roll onehuge trust Hammond of JW TV Louisville Gaines Adjutant First Battalion II T Adjutant Second Hattalion - Ill lie Latest Styles YOUr j GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE Car- ¬ roll Power Adjutant Third Batialion J T Johnston Chief Surgeon rC- - Remember the PlaceNext Door to flardwicks v First Assistant Surg eon Charles Farmer Second Assistant Surg eon Winn Chaplain W L Wayls1 - WJirDade yJ R N Ladies SO and Childrens Slippers 2 Sergeant Major WEjcabell Quartermaster Serg eant H B Are you interested in the prices of Ladies and Childrens Slippers v AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS fm 1 Ji t - Pl m Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers M rp m h - - CUT PRICE mm f 40c 50c 65c and 75c OUT PRICE 40 50 65 75 CTS Little Giant 4fic 56c - REMEMBER --- Clothing Price - AIAMMOTH O LOTHESTGi SHOE CO TIE THE PALACE JHE Millinery Millinery i T 3r8c 4 j3 ¬ - i y u r- - Liming - - i PAINTERS PAPER HANGERS I Mrs Ada Layne aammmmmmmwmmmtmmmm Dont Do a Thing ¬ ¬ hl jW W l4ifive 15 W J L Tobill Tailor n UIJ rij jimwHK f a F7- MWi Mrtlun nro CMv H WHHiiues for trtlttfi CAPT CALLIE FREHCH 1 A Until fSxperlmeiit ttuait Then will I OJi kindly couvcy tin- In press thut my private formation jo the business has become so piAtlng Unit fool jn justice to tuystdf ntU family that I eun no longer ntfrtid to nuglput 1 Are you mire itWlltltJ Sf V ¬ U ConstpiriiMininpOHltholv A fuse to iictfpU urcclgallni jindcr any ft - re ¬ clrctinMuflcc3r lniiw I tJ wnnt to sliow ydn nty new Inmp thndc but I am really n fruit Ive mode Dont ypu think llintthe n mistake orniige color In it kills the effect of t fit rest of the decorations So replied Mr McFlride after a critical survey of the lump shade and I ani very sorry to say Hint Hie room it doesiitTown Topics ISnfnrccil Snlitmtli llrciikliitr to her nephew who from a visit to New And Browning did you nl Vc rU waya remember to keep the SabbrUli day lioly while ypu were nway Urowulnjr guiltily No auntie I did not But it Was not ray fault Not Mrs Bcnrori Hill shocked your fault Browning No Aunt Knie never had baked beans and brown bread Sunday morning and I had Ho money to buy Puck them myself Mrs He acon Hill has just returned A NoimIcmI ClintiRe When Maud went to the masquerade Attentions rare were to her paid Thanks to1 the costmno that she were ilpiiir4nmMis lnItrMi nu jjfci il Ut3 lnT Iitisumtui into tthe parlor fihe lid v liWjib0 Tost ItopclcMN r Onue toss hnd hard work to keep Itlvcr Stcnmbuni of mlno from reading cheap that boy novels unit SueccNHfully MniinBc said tho resoluteman but I finally Tlicntrlcnl Conipniiy succeeded How By keeping thorn out of His A steamboat cttptuln in skirts is Mrs way CaHlo French of Cincinnati Cnpt No knew It would be no use to French is tho only woman who holds both masters nnd pilots licenses and try So I merely required him to learib she commands a strainer towing a large Iwo pages from one of them by lienit floating theater She is also mannger rnry day andjiow hejdodges them and of tho latter A few years back the reads school books for amusement whole river fraternity would have Washington Star thrown up their hands In horror had it What Ha Wanted been suggested to them that a woman You know sho said with a JIttle could and would fill the ofTlce of both asperity that women have the reputa- ¬ pllotnnd commander tion of being able to make money go Cnpt Cnllio French wis born In Jack farther than men 611 county 0 in 1SCI her maiden Thats true replied the man bf name being Cnlllc Leach She was mar- - small economies and Its just what 1 object to What J want them to do is to let it keep still where It is and rest a little now nnd then Tit Bits Slid Ciiiinutuidft n i r milMmmMWMimmmMmfM i The Big Store Hopkhisville Kentucky 31 i THE RACKET i i Sop Tail Fish Hooks If you ennt fight fish Some Prices Some Facts Snaps ThereOnco was u tiger Nestor Who lunched on a lndy named Esther That tigers now dead Forshod wheels In her head And tho tiger couldnt digest her N Y Evening Journal In Comnllrnicrt Alcchnnlnin JUST LIKE THE IlEST OK VS I wo soil 100 fish hooks for Gc Fish Hues 15 fcot long for 16 Jointed poles 10c Wo H3 Wo hnvo somo bettor lines nnd hunks Visit our hardware department Wo havo many somo in each do patment The groatest Biiap is Har ness Snaps 2c each ¬ Files In files wo havo all kinds Hound files Bquaro files half round 3 cornered files mill saw files ¬ Picture Frames For soldtorB or lovers 8 15e to 75c If u i CAPT CALLIE L FRENCH She Commands a Steamboat and Manages a Theater - 5c 10c 12c Mirrors Wo nro lc 3o 5c 7c 12c to 141 out of ennnou balls but have n full ntock of rubber balls nt 8c 5c 80 nnd 10c Albo bnso balls ntdc 5c 8c to SI each Baseball mits 8c to 80c We will Bond most of our hammocks to Cuba for U S Boldiers but will offer some for short time at 25c 80c 3c to 8117 each ¬ 11 fcri Q DO In Collars Wro havo them from tho sublimo to the ridiculous Boys collars 5o to 10c Ladies collars 10c to 15c Mens collars liuen 5c to 15c Celluloid Collars pipe 5c each She ncyerTboUpd so well before And then the mask before her face That hid It quite Rave her raro grace If Maud would tnko advice unasked Sjiod go nqtuhere but fully masked UjMo Date A Mrs Nubbons My husband fect brute Friend You nmnze me Mrs TCubbons Since the baby begnn teething nothing would quiet Ihe little nngeTlmt pulling his papas beard and yesterdny he went and had his beard shayedlT Tit Bits Very Sliorlf Iiik Aint that new drnnm simply disgust ¬ ing Aint it The idea of that big hnnd fcome Villain getting that dear little heroine intp that dark room and then not even attempting to kiss her Judgp is n per- ¬ Ierfeet Unite ried to A B French in June 1878 in Washington courthouse nnd up to that time had never secnn river much less been on one but she nccompanied her husband who was owner and com inander of the steamer C 0 on the Ohio nnd Mississippi rivers nnd their tributaries to tow a Miinll boat used as 11 I She Oh John Baby has swallowed that piece of worsted He Thats nothing Shell hae to swallow more yarns than that if bhe grows up N Y Times Bloro Ways Than One Sho never told her loveah no Her heart of pride suppressed It But sho gave him timid glnuT3 so Ho promptly up mid guessed tt Chicago Record 5cand7coach Fire Screens You can use tliem iu front of grate They are to decorate tho houte almost cheap enough to burn 15c to ¬ o L3 Collar i for stove Collars for dog 9o and 25c Mouse traps 2c Jc 4c and 5c Dusters each Wool dusters 10c 15c 18c nnd 20c Feather dusters 15c 20c and 25c 85c each ¬ theater She spent the greaterpnrtof hertime in the pilot house with her husband learning to handle the wheel and proved herself such an apt scholar that in a short time her husband suggested that she apply for a pilots license This she did and stood the examination so well thut in J888 the inspectors nt New Orleans granted her a first class license Her jurisdiction reaches from Cincinnati to New Orleans Not being content with the laurels she concluded to apply for n masters license which was granted her hi 1802 Then and Ximv Cnpt French speaks several lan ¬ I wish I could listen to you nil guages is pretty graceful nnd womannight he said tenderly as lie kissed ly of a declined character and n thorher nt the door ough business woman But that was before they were married nhd he had contracted the habit of THE HYDRO CYCLE coming home late from the club Alus A New OliuInlcHB Water Wlieel Whlcli lees Magazine 12nnble One to Hide Sntely More Tlmn Knmiy AcroMM UIverM Mrs Fogg It is kindur funny Hint you should have fallen in Jove with me Young ladies who dont ride their bi It is perfectly cycles on rainy duys will read with Mr Fogg Funny ridiculous wonder of Mr Bobert Powell of Covvs Fogg sotto voice Hateful ington Ky He rides his wheel ncross thing Boston Tinnscrlpt rivers Of course Mr PowelLs machine is not She llnile Her UnrU figure lacked exactly the sumej make as thnt of the Ah plain was her face and her watcr drcuding bicyclists He calls it grace None noticed her mid the procession hydro cycle and has spent a good deal nut she felKwith a thud In the slippery mud of time in perfecting it It consists of Impression And there sdie made quite an two cignr shnped cylinders mndcof gal -- LX V Bulletin vanized iron vith copper tips They are SPECULATIVE PHILOSOPHY air tight lliey arc twp feet apart and joined at the center by n light wooden platform On this is rigged up n chain- ¬ Si -- Window Shades Sometimes it is well to have win Wo furdow shades in our room nish them at 10c to 1 each ready to ¬ ¬ Brown Domestic 4c and 4Ac a yard Alarm clocks 50c and 75c Now book War Iu Cuba May 1 1898 S100 hang up to Lace Curtains si SI Wo have them pair sot -- Lace bed sets G5c to Mattings 8c t 25c per yard at 30c to 1 SI 10 per per l Linen Hats Straw Hats Flags Decorate yourself decorate Somo wo sell 3 for 1 cent othess lc to 25 Carriage bolts lc each Lamp Shoo blacking lc box wicks 4 for lc Lamp burners dc nacli H ¬ ¬ Ihe Oilier Way AdonisTheres one thing 1 couldnt stand and tflints a wife who would be eternally putting her hair up In curlpapers Matronly Friend Have no fear Mr Adonis Girls Jnt ¬ -- 4 Si s Mens siraw hnts samples 20 do no two alike prices 85c to 75c each worth 75c to S2 each Susppiiders 10c to 50c each Mens sox black tan or groy 5c pair 10 j SOFT HATS Mens straw hats the cool kind Yeddo regular price 25c our price STIFF HATS I f I 11 trouble after they get married dont go to nny such N Y ¬ Weekly -- How Indeed Miss Pinkncy If we lived In Itussin and you were the czar wihnt would you do first Mr Brightley 1 would make you mj -- violins etc Try us wo will save you ono half on your strings Music Hath Charms Como to uh for strings for banjos We Sell Tax Q with us Visit Our Store Follow the crowd and you will be Our ¬ ¬ ¬ -- Pinkney Oh Alfred how lul you know Wouldnt get angry if Chicago Daily News said that That IniinunKe of Our Tlmkins What did she say when m proposed to her Simkins She didnt sny n word but just looked at me and dropped her cj e I hope si Tirakins Poor girl I didnt break them- - Chicago Daih Miss 1 czarina si -- si si vi 5 Brass tax 5c ivr 100 Matting tax 2c box Carpul tax lc papor All kinds of shoe tux mokt any kind of tax except Statu urn county tax Of nil kinds Dry Goods Department Is a bitBy place just now 20 depart meuts all full of new nud seasonable goods at prices that moau a s iviug to you of 10 to 75 per cent if t I New Goods Every Day t- - SI SI SI News rhe AN f Store 1 u M Ethel if Just it Hint Staylate I wish the poets who sinu so much of love would glvo one an idej of how to win it Pruelln Wasnt there any of them who wrote that absence makes the heart grow fotfdor Alnslecs Magn zlne Good New Give me one kiss before I go She Why I am surprised at you I THE RACKET SI m m GL ne Hopkinsville Kentucky IDEAS5SSSS t C ft theyd Mamma wouldnt he be tail roll him out Chicago Itecord Be Surprised at my audacity The She No At your modestj other fellows generally take half a dozen Up to Date JVeeeminry Provlnlon Speaking of his rival she said Evervone tells me that he is long WANTED si i ir r y r 1 Detroit Fred Press Cause for Despondency Have you any illustrious nnccstry J Perkins THE HYDRO CYCLE No Vnnt trace tfurther back Too Heavy by New CKulnloss Water Wheel Invented than Adam and Kvc nnd they werent My wife enst some bread on the wa ¬ a Young Kentucktan Chicago Beeord nhy account ters once remarked the young man less bicycle frame which operates 0 Telucfnutly Her Hnlr under the water Didit ever return asked the other small propellerhas gone bicycle riding He Stunning hair that girl ovei Mr Powell Nowas the reply Vft sank I should think when she hi the Ohio river on his ntw wheel It there has Brooklyn Life it it would fall below her waist Is not very1 well adapted to water with undoes Yes right on the Sho jealous Ilprua a Smart lloj-currents but is said to serve admirably vf Punch floorIondon The teacher wan telling them about In Btiil water the djorcnf seasons Be asked Just how popular the hydro cycle will lie IIuil IIU Stiilcloni Now one of you boys tell me which is become is n mitter of speculation but Police lagistratc Haveyoy evei the proper Jlme to gather fruitthe fun of riding a water wheel ou1 it seen the prisoner at the barJ When the dogs chained up re- ¬ hot day chid only In a bathing suit is Witness Stephens Never your lion plied Johnnie Tlt BltB pot a pastime at which unathletlo folk or but Ive seen him when I strbnglj can honestly sneer suspected hed been at it Tll Bltg Hani to Uitdcrxtuml j Ofiice Boy Tho editor wmUvthe Sensible When the llrnlu Grovn 7 proof of his editorials Theres one thing I cant under v A prominent educator tnlking to Proof Header Wlmt for rtiotlfers says that with all children stand Otllce Boy He wants to read em IIIVtl a 41n0t r tt uiii Lii4w therefare nascent periods that is there Proof Jlcncler Uuuiphl No account ¬ nrecertnin times when n child can learn Why common cense is tlieinost un ing for tastes N V Weekly N Y Journal easier and better than others The common growth of brains is not generally un ICecpM Her Credit tfooii Very Likely Belle J5o you believe MlssiFussan Jtr Rickotts Some scientists say derstood There 1b however nn ebb thnt kissing isdungerous Do you think and flow of Interest The children ap fentlier comes by her complpxlon lion ply themselves nsstduously for a time estly Miss Kittlsh It Is likely to produce then comes arrest and educators are Beulnh Oh yes she pays her bills now dlspiitjijg whether to urge the all right Yonkcrs Statesman palpitatiop of the heart Tit Hits child npng after the ebb or wait foi She Whb Too Liberal Couldnt Account for l the ceriuiif return of Interest In their 1 hear that Mrs Oobang has entire ¬ Brown Tom Jackson says ho is great work ly lost her mind ly troubled with cold feet to Ileeome h Slnve I expected Jt She grave everyone a WUUiiR Smith surprised Tom Jackson plAe of it whtnsh liad the ohance ABanvlllo Ky woman ha adver Why I always thought he Was a buche y -T-own Toploty tised her deairU to sell herself Intp lor Judge xat 1 uluvevy for llfp for mony enough to llrHtMrS I c lit JHmtw comfu1nb horn for hr nurcliase I wiU4t hr 8kWl wfnptetcr toMiaren nWIik will Mirve fHlthJ Vv lot my heart h wuififi AUd one By her heel waa oMkharf WU4 sovil could ier reJotoa pnvor to mam mywfi in heh tersn jtoMtfautf JTWW ly Diliir h wlhfcd wb nil a Wist U ifftd lnihlfl vtto 4ul ir whero 1 VPkW t h lill iwtny slrlvlntoipi awfauloairn ru iv xruiaf WJwbJpKton 8Ur long head I Li - WhyT The fruit thats rich and raroand sweet Is always highest on the tree Tho things that Iprefer toeat Aro sure to disagree with me Cleveland Leader tblug to patent Protect your Ideas they mivy headed lrlnp you wealth Writo JOHNWKDUKU Of course he is Nature kuows hei nLTllJT CO Patont Attorneys Washington business A narrow mind requires n U C for tholr 1800 prlzo otter The Daily All The WORTH Mews HEADING KentuekiaiL c Local State and National WILL BE FOUND IN THE KENTUCKlN -- AND TH- EK Is the only morning daily paper published within a radius of 70 miles of Ilopkinsville iH Wee If Enquire r Rato Wo have arranged n Clubbing - oy wnicn wo can give t Bright Newsy and Up-to-da- te Both Papers One Year for 225 Regular price for Both is 300 sum Send or bring your cash with order J to the Wo suvV you gonorous pari of thin P ¬ KEPTUOKIAN ¬ IIoiilcliisvlllcKy News by Wire Up to 2 a m i ¬ WANTED To WOOL To liny Your Will puy from 12 2 City Subscribers 10 ients Week Delivered wfli to 20c lb Delivered at Your Door by 6 a m Mt 1 JNO MO AVON l4AJtc J I PI11U A sAJn vr Sij Jk t i ki jjjii HETBirnra IPfi TFtV Ci I i WM s nmiiin- - PERSONAL OOS54P If KENTUCKY Dick Moscley of Fairview was UNIYERSALISTS Annuil Convention o be Held Here To day An Interesting Program Arranged and Many Visitors Expected The Kentucky Universalis con vcnflon will meet in annual session X jn this city to day A large num- tierof distinguished ministers of thisfaith will be in attendance and the program will be full of interest- The sessions will be nig features Univcrsalist church on held at the Vt ntlhlfn TH MM ofnnf r on irnuuu iiiuiii invited nrlfl behf- present to generally is during the settings of the body TAiim ir c flio offiiinl nnvrrniti V 1- hi - FRIDAY m MAY riT I rr ii aim Li 2 pTm y reports 7M5f Jg Organization c ociiiiuii i Our Convention Works ere Sermon SATURDAY - m Praise Service Business iOam Occasional sermon by llii in V Rev Arthur Roberts follow 9 aTrm l irfiar IE stj rr mm lfrrff r ii The Relation Mrs Will Garnett of Chicago day School and Y P to the church Addresses by who has been on a visit to Miss Rev Arthur Roberts Rev Willie Radford will return home M L Pope Rev W E Mc- - to morrow Cord and others Mrs E B Bassett and children Sermon will return to day from Louisville 745 p m SUNDAY where they have been visiting Mrs til School Bassetts parents Sunday 930 Sermon Capt Logan Feland came down jllav m Sermon from Camp Collier Lexington yes- ¬ 745p m 1 i 4 terday to spend the day with his Co 4- E B Clark fathers family The Hustling Grocers have just acar load of fruit jars Spe- ¬ Mrs J S Whittinghill of Madi sonville passed through the city cial prices to merchants yesterday en route to The Square to visit Mrs Geo W Wills AT THE COURT HOUSE Henry Hartin and Mrs A W ITwo Marriages and a Divorce Pyle went to Logan county this morning to visit relatives in the Ks ntr- Orders by the County S Beuna Vista neighborhood Court Mr and Mrs R L Woolfolk of Dennott Arkansas arrived yes- ¬ The following orders were en terday and will spend the summer tered on the record of the County with Mrs Woolfolks mother at ourt yesterday Leland King appointed overseer Richland Mrs E G Walker and Mrs A fo the Bennettstown road from Pal G Spillman of Scottsville Ky re- ¬ myra road to Maleorys Spring turned home to day after a visit of On motion of County Clerk John two weeks to Mrs W L White P Prowse John Wicks appointed sides Mrs Whitesides returned a deputy clerk with them C W Gray appointed admini- ¬ Mr Thomas Tyne one of the strator of the estate of the late Al- ¬ most brilliant and successful young bert Kelly with D I Crabtree and lawyers of Nashville was in the O A West as sureties city yesterday on professional bus- ¬ J W PPool appointed adminis- ¬ iness Mr Tyne is associated in trator of the estate of the late J D the practice of law with Hon PPool with W P Butler as sure- ¬ Ernest P illow late Speaker of the ty State Sen ate Real Estate Transfer The Big Circus William Wallace yesterday sold Is to view the immense throng of to Dr J A Gunn a lot on Second people who flock into E B Clark street for 100 Cos MarketHouse on Saturday its the place to save money Wants a Divorce Mrs Carrie Harned filed suit for HERE AND THERE divorce from Jacob Harned yester- ¬ day She says that she was aban ¬ Hon John W Blue Sr of Ma- ¬ doned by the defendant without rion Ky is dead He died on the cause on her part 23rd inst after having been an in ¬ Hearts Made Happy valid since he was stricken with The tinsel and glare of the cir paralysis three years agoatFrank custhe base drum and the tom tom fort in the court of appeals He red lemonade and the pea nut ven- ¬ was an old and able lawyer and ders eloquence all seem conducive well known throughout this section to matrimonial aspirations in the of Kentucky hearts of the country colored peo- ¬ String beans peas cucumbers ple Judge Cansler was called on raddishes beets tomatoes and new to officiate at two weddings in the cabbage jnst received atRceves clerks office yesterday If you want vegetables or coun- ¬ The hearts made happy were try produce Brumfields is the those of John Sargent and Willie place to get them Durrett Jesse Renshaw and Ber die Meacham An infant of Rufus Mason col died in the city yesterday Save Money Two pound can extra choice Buy your vegetables staple and SA VANILLA coffee for 50c at fancy groceries at E B Clark Reeves The best in the city Cos Market House Its the place to save money Rev J H W Collins a colored preacher of the Methodist church Ueliohll died in this city Wednesday night That great Philanthropist T M He was a pension ¬ Edmundson is fitill in the ring for aged 08 years the enchantment of distressed hu ¬ er and leaves a wife His funeral manity Ho ia dispensing nt his old occurred yesterday Htand the following popular brauds Harris Nickle Plated Show came OJd Prentice Early Times Old Bar ¬ into the city yesterday unheralded ber Hupkloy MehvocKlMcBrayor the best on earth for medical pur pc by the press und showed to a small im Come and Beo mo all of you crowd The show was not adver- ¬ who are weary and heavy laden nnd I tised in any of the papers but the will give you reBt mere rumor that a circus was to be NEW POTATOES in town was sufficient to bring a Frefch Saratoga chips at Millers considerable crowd of colored nco- every day Try Jheni Tele 150 J pie to town tQ ee the street parade of 0 V-m J pm ed by Holy Communion the Sun- C U the city yesterday Mrs L L Lcavcll of Beverly was in town yesterday Mr Jeff Garrott of Pembroke was in the city yesterday mentrf oyer Hords grocery store on he swallowed Virginia street Miss Clara Eallon of Casky When vfsitcd in the city yesterday three grains of the drug by her sister she was of Julicn was discovered Mrs Sarah Potter unconcious Prompt attention by shopping in the city yesterday a physician soon restored her of Pem ¬ Mr Chas E Barker Despondency over domestic affairs broke was in the city yesterday was the cause of her attempted sui Mrs Lackey of Pembroke Was cide shopping in the city yesterday Jffrh potato Cabbage and tomato Mr W W Garnett the Pern here yesterday at Reeves plants broke banker was Hunter Wood went to Cadiz Hon StravVberresfrcsh fr6nl the vine on professional business yesterday at Reeves George Hart of Nashville is vis All vegetables guaranteed at iting his mother Mrs Isaac Hart Reeves Mrs Jake Torian Sinking Fork in the city shoppingyesterday was W A Dechamp of Henderson This is for was a guest at the Phoenix yester day Messrs Shell Smith and Dick Glover of Princeton spent yester- ¬ day in the city Mr MSThompson and MrW S White a couple of Cadiz citizens spent yesterday in the city Miss Helen Sells of St Louis ar-¬ people who know nothing about either quality or prices each rived last night on a visit to Miss item here is a special value and only guaranteed Willie Radford at Idlewyle for this week and is for Mrs Roy Ragsdale and children will leave this morning for Clarks ville where they will spend several days in - MndisonvlllCt is sfiidying for the stage In Boston says the Qirier Jourrifil Theyoung lady hy well known in the social circles of this city where her genius has been re ¬ cognized and appreciated Now is the time you wahthot Rolls for supperMtbbKKs Bakery Tel 159 Rev AVm Rodgers has closed his meeting at MUea factory near Tron Hill There were eight conversions in ttw to days the meeting contin- ¬ ued Mr Rodgcrs has goiie to Marion to hold a meeting Miss Beatrice Cunninghrini au thor of Jacky Jacky Jacky will issue anotherbook about September The title ot the new book wtll be Dad and Smoker Eggs io cents Spring chickens and all kinds of vegetables L O BRUMFIELD frt wrfrrm Wtnmii - n f HHR 55H33 Prewill LackttV Cream Bread nt Milter BaTry Tet 159 The best oh earth MrtfvlSflie Skccn the deserted younjf Avife of James Skccn at ¬ tempted to end her life Wednesday She morning by taking morphine resided with her sister in apart Ammunition That Brings Down The Business ii ¬ Best Goods Fairest Prices Prom any shelf vince you of this Here Arc a Few counter or table in the store we can con O Examples 25C ASf JQ a yarJ aI W091 ftfncy dress goods of a yar or a and good 1C sPcnHCnew novelties stylish - Ladies jersey ribbed vests low neck no sleeves NT CARE Sc dose buyers and not for X O Ladies inc bleached lisle vests faced neck and arms O Mens fine seamless socks fast black and mixtures soft OU quality fine guage C Mens handsome madras laundered negligee shirts 0 48 K K JLJj Ji Ladies 40 gauge fast black seamless hose Equal to 25c goods elsewhere Childrens fine fast black and tan hose double knee Equal to 25c goods elsewhere Al1 in- - SPOT CASH 1 chamber and top 4c cream pitcher box amarican sardines 8 lbs oat meal plug choice greenville 5c granite milk pan iobacco 2 cans merry war lye lb either lyon XXXXca clova or arbuckles coffee 10c 2 pkgs plyuiouth rock gelatine 35c set knives and forks hunter sifter 10c doz boxes tacks gallon best sour pickle -- 25c 3 cans best tomatoes I lb prunes 10c can grated pine apple iwPMgiiiiiBaaiBwBaaiwMgi 5C lb raisins 10c lunch basket 8c I bottle mixed 10c I slaw cutter pickle I gallon 25c 50 lb can kettle rend lard 390 cuba 10c lb mixed candy ir AOc 3 cakes pretty soap 25c 3 boxes gold dust 10c 8 lb bulk soda 5c 4 sheets fly paper 5c 55 clothes pins 22c 30c I coffee mill set plates I box potted ham Qj splendid amoskeag sj and handsome effects A XOO Jinen towes 8od size excellent quality yard Simpsons black and white fancy satines and Kj digo blue prints tJ Extra value satinc strip corsets 2 side steels perA A fcirO feet fitting in Ka - F C fine dress ginghams new 1 1 1 1 -- 1 1 1 1 -- 1 Man i mmmmnammm wa a M 1 1 JEafiPas 1 Nail the w olors mk To 1 i f OilnnOSS at a before buying your salt and bacon get our prices the also on plates cups etc for For we will fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man threshing outfits we have ice cream salt freezers white wash survives Now is the time for action as it is daily being proven brushes fly paper coolers all kinds ol flavoring extracts that to the victor belongs the spoils that are made and numerous other articler wanted by house Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure wagons deliver to the spoils in as much as we furnish them with by keepers all bottom far the best all parts of the city and run until 12 oclock Saturday night goods for the money yours to please give US caM Mast prices 0r W T Cooper iCo wholesale May 26 S55 NO retail grocers SURRENDER maintain the fight against all competiA steady bombardment has effected some of our out ports tion but has left some of our main lines in tact and wc arc still fortified with big lots of Is still our motto and we ¬ ¬ m The Columbia Chainless ffiiiiiftieiiiiiii jp 3v WEAR RESISTER 3h SHOES FOR MEN AT - - m m m m m 200 PAIR Leader shoes for ladies at 150 pair Elegant silk vesting fop shoes for ladies at 200 pair Yours for peace or war and always for trade Is a Grand Success m PETREE COMPANY 4 m nnd the only chninless that has given succobh nad hns proven it Rolf so Wo havo thorn on oxliibitipu ny well uh a uumber of Co- lumbia make of chain whools from 25 to 75 M Wo carry the best assortment of Bicycle Suudrioa and Ho I pairing cf all kinds We do oil kindn of expert repairing all work promptly done Wo nroheadquiutorH for Gas Bicycle Lamp m and Carbltc Give us a call Yours to please H THE DAILY w 0 m A 5 0 2 a KENTUCKIAN Only tO Cents f Week wr r j Delivered at your door fcv 6 tfdtepk a a E M MOSS 0 CO i J LttU- - fe- - Mt M Q3vs i1 5 flu1 iltSil t