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J - Bo VOL 1 mtuzhiatL - NO26 MACHETE OF CUBA HOPEINSVILLE KT tflTDBDAT MORNINGSOCIETY EVENTS MAT 28 1898 MAJ QEN MERRITT PRICE 2 CENTS MYSTERY AT HOWELL Stranger Falls Unconcious RR oil FIEtD AND CAMP i LexÂ¬ It is Made in Nearly Thirty Dif fercnt Forms f Track While military experts have been telling us for years that the new conditions of modern warfare have THE LAST DAY No More Suits Delightful Reception Given By What Soldiers Are Doing at Mr and Mrs LongI ington and Elswlierc i Readies San Francisco to Take Charge of Preparations h Was Well Dressed and a Mason Refused Positively to Give His Name Howoll has a mystery The folk of the thrifty little village in South h Christian arc deeply interested in the identity of a stranger wlio lies at the home of one of Howells citi- Â¬ zens in a yery critical condition At 11 oclock yesterday morning a well dressed man of rather pre- - possessing appearance walked through the village following the He N railroad track of the L to the right nor the looked neither left and seemed oblivious of the curious eyes that followed s him About one hundred yards north of the town be was seen to reel sud- Â¬ denly throw up his hands and fall He did by the side of the track not rise and several citizens went He was lying un- Â¬ to his rescue concious where he had fallen There was a slight incision on his head caused from contact with a cross tie as he fell Kind and willing hands conveyed the unconscious stranger to a store and a conveyance was summoned and he was taken to the home of A physi Â¬ Mr C N Fox near by He was at a cian was sent for loss how to diagnose the case There was no evidence of intoxica- Â¬ tion but his features had the ap- Â¬ pearance of a victim of cocaine He was very feeble and at times de- Â¬ lirious and seemed to be suffering intense pain In his lucid moments he talked to those who watched at His accent was that his bedside He refused pre of an Englishman sistently to give his name and for- Â¬ bade an examination of his papers He wore several Masonic emblems and showed conclusively that he was a member of the craft He had a gold watch on his person and a No considerable sum of money one knows the mysterious strang- Â¬ er and he had never been in that v vicinity before THE UNIVERSALISTS made the cavalry charge obselcte we read nearly every day of Cuban victories won by cavalry wielding the terrible machete Yankee hands forged the weapon with which Cuban patroits are carving out for themselves and their children an indepcndentState The machete pronounced ma which is the implement chctty for all needs throughout Spanish America and has in so many furious charges brought triumph to the Cuban insurgents has long been made by thethousand atHarl ford Conn and sold to all of our Spanish speaking neighbors This blade is first cousin to the sabre of our own cavalry but while the sabre serves only one purpose the machete serves many and is as useful in peace as in war Almost every Spanish American male above the age of childhood carries a machete The laborer has it because with the machete he cuts sugar cane prepares firewood and trenches the ground for his crop The horseman wears the machete because with it he cuts his way through the woodlands during journeys over rough coun- Â¬ try It is sword spade and hedging-bill ax hatchet and pruning knife lias iauuiu ciiLuruiiiib u iMiiu Lieut Bassetts Endorscments ber of Her Friends at War Dr Bell On a Furlough riorc Idlcwyldc RecruitSfor Cavalry San Francisco Mav 18 Mai Gen Mcnitt Governor General of the Philippines has arrived in this city All future movements of the for June Term of Court Docket Will Be Very Light Two 3h - Important Actions Yesterday Yesterday was the last day for filing suitsto be tried at the June term of the Circuit Court The locket will be the smallest in many years only eighty six appearances having ibeen entered upon the record At the June term last year there were 190 appearances There are a large number of continued cases upon the docket however and court will sit to the full extent of GENERAL MEKMTT the term More than six hundred Manila expeditions will be subject cases idcluding Commonwealth to his orders He will act only un- Â¬ business remain upon the records der instructions from Washington to be disposed of Gen Otis will accompany the sec- Â¬ Sensational Divorce Suit ond expedition which is expected A divorce suit which will attract to sail within three weeks The work of equipping the troops will considerable attention by reason of now be in charge of Col James W the plaintiffs age and the promi- Â¬ Pope Chief Ouartermaster of Gen nence of the partieswas filed in the Mcrritts staff who also arrived circuit court yesterday The plain- Â¬ this tiff is Mr W G McGeheeof Trigg ITS SOBRAL county He is 72years of age and was married to his present wife And the Spanish Spy Will Be nearly three year ago At the time of the marriage she was the widow Hanged in Atlanta Prison M M West Their domestic Key West Fla May 27 The troubles began shortly after their Spanish Lieutenant Sobral is to vows were plighted at the altar be taken to the military i rison at She developed such a violent and Atlanta and will there be tried ungovernable temperhe alleges and and probably cXecuted asispy behaved toward him in such a cruel He has been identified as Sobral and inhuman manner as to indicate by seven men one of whom lived at on her part a settled aversion and the same boarding house with So destrop permanently his peace and bral in Washington for several happiness He says sheisquarrel weeks All identify the man posi- - some abusive vindictive coarse tivclv vulgar and profane and unfit for HOW rilSSIONARIESriET DEATH any self respecting man to live with In July 189G her conduct ac- Â¬ West African Natives Hacked cording to his petition became so Ainei ican Women to Pieces outrageous that he went on a visit When he returned London May 27 A letter re- Â¬ to his children to his home she had left and they ceived in this city from Sierra LeHe one West Africa says that a Me have not since lived together nina native who was with the prays for an absolute divorce American missionaries at Rotufunk Suit Against the City when they were massacred by the W L Bradley has instituted insurgents but who made his suit against the city and wants escape by resuming his uative garb 500 damages He says in the pe- Â¬ furnishes the following account of tition that he is 70 years old and a the tragedy poor man compelled to earn his We started to walk to Sierra support and the support of his Leone but had only gone half a family On by manual labor mile when we met war boys who March 2Gth whilequietly and peace- Â¬ blockaded the way Rev Mr Cain fully walking down 7th street he tried to frighten them by firing a says he was set upon and assaul Â¬ revolver over thCir heads but see Â¬ ted by a couple of the citys agents ing they were determined to do dragged through tiie streets and mischief he cast his revolver away thrust into the lockup where he and said he would not have any Â¬ spent 15 hours On Sunday morn The ing he avers he was brought out bodys blood on his hands war boys then seized the party in- Â¬ and told that a fine of 635 had cluding Misses Hatfield Archer been assessed against him and and Kent stripped them of their that if he would sign papers pur Â¬ clothing dragged them bade to the porting to be a bond he might go mission house in front of which the The technical point upon which the War boys cut down Rev Mr Cain action is based is the alleged con- Â¬ and hacked him to death and then viction without a trial without Â¬ treated Miss Archer and Miss Kent witnesses or the presence of the ac Miss Hatfield cused in court in the same way - SECOND CALL who was very ill was thrown on a WANTED 200 cavalry horses barbed wire netting and finally Must be from 4 to 8 years old 900 Mrs Cain her throatd was cut 10 hands high escaped to a bush with a native to 1100 lbs 15 to Will be Sound clear of blemishes girl but the war boys went out at Laynes stable Thursday June seeking for them and they were 2 1898 Bring in your horses and yet the top prices for them afterwards killed Co US A J D Guytkx Bob Howells Burgoo ii Fifteen Lady Tlasons Popular Bob Howell will give a The Masonic fraternity had a pic nic at Kennedy to day A uum- ber of his friends from this city will special meeting last night for con Â¬ attend Thero will also be a large ference of tiie Eastern Star degree The Fifteen ladies tok the degree delegation from Clarksville principally tobacco which was conferred by Kcw A W guesla Will be A Jarje men With Bob Howell as host it Meacham of Graccy pf Master Masons also reÂ¬ is Htiporfluons to dwell on the royal number ceived the degree had time thai will Â¬ The hidalgo wears it with sil- Â¬ vered hilt and tasseled scabbard his humbler neighbor is content to carry it bare and hilted with horn wood or leather You may have the machete in nearly thirty dfferent forms The blade from ten to vtwenty cight inches long may be either blunt or pointed cirrved or straight broad or narrow The favorite with the laborer is the machete of medium length with unornamented handle and broad straight blade The Spanish American hidalgo bears a scabbarded machete long as taste straight or curved promptsi Two things have made cavalry conspicuous in the Cuban war at a time when men had begun to think of the cavalry sabre as sure to take its place with the lance among the weapons of the past First every Cuban owns a machete and may Given fifty Cubans own a horse each with horse and machete you have for the purposes of this war an effective troop of cavalry Again nearly every engagement of the insurgent war has been fought on rough ground where the infantry hollow square could not be effectively formed Mr and Mrs Thomas W Long If Lieut Bassett fails in his as Â¬ entertained last evening coiitplli mentary to their pretty andac pirations to be a major in one of the complishcd guest Miss Mamie Mc- - regiments of Kentucky volunteers uullagh ot Henderson lucre- us it Will be through no lack of effort no home in this city more pop Â¬ on his part or loyalty and interest ular with the young people t and xm the part of his friends His pe- none associated in memory yith more delightful social events The rlition is siimcd bv the most promi parlors of the elegant home Were nent business and professional men sweet with the odor of fresh ilowfers in the city regardless of political An orchestra render affiliation and many prominent off- Â¬ and plants ed delightful music A more de icials hae written personal letters lightful occasion has not been eif-to Gov Bradley in his behalf joyed by the young people of tm Lieut Bassett has warm friends in city in many seasons Louisulle and other portions of the Miss Willie Radford the popular State who are deeply interested in hostess of Idlewylde gave a euchre party yesterday at her beauiful his appointment and arc ably sec- Â¬ home which proved one of the mbst onding his efforts His appoint Â¬ enjoyable events of the social sea- Â¬ ment would give the greatest satisf- Â¬ son The parlors were prettily and action to the people of this city tastily decorated All of the guests and would reflect credit upon the were ladies and their delightful pastime was not disturbed during executive the entire day by a hint or sugges Â¬ Dr Austin Bell arrived yester tion of man andhis tyranny da from Camp Collier Lexington The edibles were elegant of the on the morning train His many greatest variety and delicacy and friends in the city were delighted were provided by a Nashville Ca- Â¬ to see him and congratulated him terer warmlv upon his success and pro Â¬ The guests were Mesdames Will motion He reports the health of Garnett Chicago W A Radford the men at Camp Collier good The Pembroke Garland Cooper George regiment he thinks will be ready to E Gary Frances Thompson Cadiz moe h the first of next week Dr Misses Belle Moore Edith Boul- - Bell is of the opinion that the Third ware Mary Georgia and Pattyi will be ordered toWashington Flack Mary Barbour Richie Bur- Â¬ This will be unwelcomcd by a nett Madge and Letitia FairlHgh majority of the regiment as the boys are generally anxious for active RACE RIOT ON BOARD service Dr iieii will return to Lexington to day N Pas Exciting Scene On L scnger Train Yesterday There were three applications for enlistment in the First United Morning States Cavalry regiment yesterday -- t State Convention in Session This square Week The Uuiversalist State Convention met in this city Friday with Â¬ the following churches represented Scottsburg andGoodHope in Hop- Â¬ kins county and Hopkinsville Con- Â¬ solation and Castleberry in Chris- Â¬ tian county A number of visiting preachers from other states are also on hand Rev W L Pope of Fincastle Ind preached at the Uuiversalist church last night the day having been taken up with a business session Rev Arthur Roberts will pfcach the annual sermon this morning at 11 oclock and Rev W 18 McCqrd of Conso- Â¬ lation will preach to night The election of officers will be neld at the morn iW session The conven- Â¬ fence tion will adjourn to morrow Mrs Edwards was thrown from thevehicle but fortinately was not f WJ hurt v Mr Edwards escaped with itiii wmii i i unsiei s The horse was badly A A Fuqua and wife to Edwin out injuries hurfand was brought back to the Garner lot on Main street Lafay Â¬ city andjeft in card of Dr Bradley ette 125 the veterinarian Mr W II Cum Lee King and wife to P Griffith who 12 -- acres land in mings and Mr Mike Blankcnship arrived at ths scene of the accident Christian county 75 0 A Terry and Thos Terry to shortly after it occurred offered Hank of Lafayette lot in town of their buggy to Miv and Mrs Ed- wards who drove oack to the city Lafayette 200 and toolc the 513 train for Clarks f- Cavalry can rarely penetrate the of infantry bristling with bayonets and ready to pour volley after volley into an advancing foe But on the other hand infantry formed as troops must be upon the rough Cuban battlefields cannot easily withstand the charge of cav- Â¬ alry armed with the terrible ma- Â¬ chete A Narrow Escape Mr and Mrs Thomas Edwards of Clarksvillc came near being seriously hurt in a runaway acci- Â¬ They dent Thursday afternoon were returning to Clarksville from this city in a buggyTwomiles from the city limits their horse became frightened at a traction engine The anitnal turned suddenly and plunged across the road and be- Â¬ came entangled in a barbed wire The unique and altogether exciting spectacle of a race riot on board a fast passenger train wi one of the deversions to which tourists and passengers on the938 am L N train were treated yesterda When the train reached Guthrie it was boarded by thirteen filth colored roustabouts in charge of a white man who had recruited them at Memphis for service on the wharf and packets at Evans ille The men had been drinking hard and began to be very boisterous and offensive before the train pulled out from Gnthrie Between the latter point and Trenton a flagman went into their coinpartment to count them in order to see that their number corresponded with the transportation papers He w as cursed and assaulted by the drunk en bullies Capt Wenne- the conductor rushed to the rescue of the flagman and was set upon by se The noise oi eral of the brutes the melee and the others of the drunken roustabouts attracted the attention of the male passengers in the rear car Several of them tak Â¬ ing in the situation Went to the conductors relief A drummer seized a heavy stick and began Ho strike right and left Capt Wenne rushed to the baggage car and returned with a couple of six shooters The belligerents flashed their knives and stood defiant When quiet was finally resloredit was found that several of the roustabouts had bruised craniumsr and Capt Wenne had received a slight cut on his throughout wrist His coolness worthy the highest the affair was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L itVll lltllillf J1IVVI Wt UlHi LUV J will be subjected to the physical examination Thursday Mr Eckstein Norton of Louis- Â¬ ulle a young gentleman well known and diservidly popular in the social circles of this city has been appointed Adjutant of the Second Battalion of the First Reg- Â¬ iment Kentucky volunteers He is a brother of Mr W P Norton pro Â¬ prietor of the Winonah stock farm The work of mustering in the oluntcers under the first call is practically complete reports to Adj Gen Corbin showing the num Â¬ ber now in Federal service to be 118000 David Castleman and M II Â¬ - Â¬ Crump have been appointed Majors of the Second and Third battalions respectively The staff and field officers were examined yesterday and all stood the test The Third Kentucky regiment still lacks three companies of com- Â¬ No mustering was done at pletion Camp Collier yesterday but the sur Â¬ geons examined a number of re cruits The mustering officers will not muster in any companies of the Firsfcregiment until the Third is iinished Mr Radford of The receipt of a letter Square from his brother Lieut Cyrus S Radford of the United States bat tleship Texas now with Commo Â¬ dore Schleys fleet holding the Span Â¬ ish Admiral in the bay of Santiago Like all other enthusiastic and commendation patriotic young officers Lieut Rad Â¬ lie says ford is anxious for action The City Court he hopes to be able to send his that court yesterday Wm brother a Spanish rifle as a com Â¬ In the city Yates col was fined 1 for neg Â¬ panion piece to the gun recently of the lecting to light the lamp on his bi sent him from the wreck Jas A is in Â¬ SptetnlfrpuAmwInltd On motion of John RrnUh wan ville yerday Pjal deputy Wieriff mtf j-- J Barnw appofat Mrs W J ht riWiKn of thin city returuwl from tWtf iu W Tenne i isit Jo rcla o v Maine cvclc for playing The Big Circus Chas Harris col usual amount Is to view the immense throng of drunk was fined the i i i n jtl - i people wno uock uno iv j- tmrn oc is absent vis- Cos Market ITouw on Saturday its Jeremiah Coleman iting- hln son in Clarksville the place to save money I lt a t w m il Tritlf rv P n fij it u RRI i ttfoe ljaW Hail Iteittudfuan IP Th Afry CMfMnJt 3 iimnil hd etery X Nr CHAS mecnnjr eswpt Monday SUSACKAM 313 S Main fcjr DtUreredbycmfertiolH part it the 10 CEHTS JMWWXXX 1 SUBSCXXPTXOJr 3ULTXS 35 JJr Mrrn jz PerWkkk ttr j Santiago harbor is only eight Snnfn i believed to be about miles long and four miles wide and flatly to holloa Nough Still the question of whether or not may again bombard the Spanish fleet is in it has not Saa Juan If so let us hope he been officially decided after near Â¬ ly a week of conflicting reports 11 make a better job of it Why not smoke the hollow and find oW iKMJtwtll be remembered that Dewey out what is in it went inside the bottle and bottled Morro means promontory and jnkspanish fleet from the inside since nearly all the Cuban castles Populists Silver Rcpubli- - are on promontories they are call- Â¬ The of 4nk and Liberty parties mayOhio- ed Morro Castles Morro Castle at sc- Santiago de Cuba is likely to be the fusion and v thrive formed a Sett a new partv name first to crumble before American guns kThe first army tof 125000 is now car complete and the invasion of POST DISPATCH SNAP SHOTS Jfuba is still in the future If Cor- rporal Garity has reported for duty Paris is at last unfashionable in gjjvhy not let the battle proceed the United States 2 fc Army Chaplains occupied pecu While officer in a ILJUuAjS way they were not hedged about city at with that divinity that doth hedge a man wearing shoulder straps In consequence the-- men in the ranks often bothered chaplains a 10 great deal br asking them ques tions which thev dare not aslcf the liar positions Tremendous Sacrifice i IN NEW QOODS - commissioned officers - While Thomas was hidfnf behind the trenches at Corintlrhis men beÂ¬ came very anxious to know when the division would move out and take the initiative They did not dare question their officers but they did ply their chaplains with questions The chaplainof an Il- Â¬ linois regiment had been annoyed by repeated question as to when the regiment would move and fi Â¬ nally decided upon aglan to head off questioners Securing the top rinted the of a hard tack box h following sign and hungiitup in ttfHft front of the tent The Chaplains Djxjjsjgjpfc Know Whenithe JiLMETZS STORE THE PUBLIC- Is imnted to inspect departments The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Bttvers- - Jut j HYW my large stock of Spring Dry Goods f i up-to-date Nations iST lu - Olotli- - ing etc before making their purchases Everything new and in all SEE Our They are uJandies Ready-To-We- ar Suits fromTHE BEST0L0TH made by the best tailors and if vilAM VF i to miss To close fclipse lines Apprehension of danger alongthe out right away we have decided to cufc the 1 Does He Care afDamnt A second expedition of 25000 men H TWO- - All of our X-ladies and childrens slippers left San Francisco last night on the coast may hat e tended to unnerve the Boston Club in Tuesdays game AiA Ohio Zealandia and Centennial The iire in the rear of the Span- Â¬ The sign came downWith a rush Transports are hard to secure and resigned himself and 1BEJL he work of irettinr troops to Ma iards at Santiago should be some to the chaplain quesfiohslouchinr t answering all thing more than an insurgent camp Our Little Giant shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to this nila will be verv slow the probable moving qfithe regi- Â¬ fire Imarket and every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of this assertion Ife ment Maj A T Wood who at one time ISk SscMk thought he had a chance to get into When all day long neither Long SJ Hopkinsville ProduceiJnarket on Gov Bradleys ap nor Day have any news the public the Senate Cash prices paid by Hopkinsville HaEST pointment is now being ifmT mention- Â¬ ought perhaps to be content to merchants ed as the Governors choice for wait Citizens who have been lamed in Bacon one of the Brigadier Generalships W the wheat pit are in as much need Dams country rT710c The small American bark of Mrs Leiters Tambulance as is Shoulders WORTH 75c LOO 125 and 1 50 Sarance captured at Uoilo in the Uncle Sam Sides uSe Philippines shortly after the war In considering Lard alliances it mav began has been captured by Ad- Â¬ be well not to forget that people Country Produc- emiral Dewey The Sarance was speaking the same tongue have the Butter the property of Win Simpson Jr best 1620c 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 125 and 1 50 facilities for quarrelling J 12JC Eggs of Kew York Gen Wade is not disposed to New feathers 3032c The cables at Cienfuegos cut wade in Beeswax He prefers that our 2022c some time ago are again in opera troops should be kept in hot and Tallow 3c We will also put in this sale our entire line of black kid and tan tion It is now believed that the dangerous Southern camps until Ginseng per lb 222ii button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction Half dum- Â¬ autumn cables destroyed were only Honey J0c mies These wires connect with Tub washed wool 2S30c Dont forget to boil the water We are Sti11 selling at prime Eastern Santiago where Cervera is sup-Â¬ is kepi Greased 1820c standing in Chicago papers posed to be Burry wool 1014c Whenever there is any neglect of Now York Cost this warning there is an increase Poultry At last there is a chance for Gov Old chickeus live per lb BS6e Bradley to do something for the in the official mortality list iit ii 1 in R oos te re 2ic Mr Dingley will have to protect colored man He announces that if V lOc Turkeys per lb he can secure the permission of the against the boycott of the French jAAc Ducks war department he will have a ne- Â¬ importations We need the rev- Â¬ gro regiment organized with all of enue on womans hat as well as Grain that which got on Mr Dingley s Clover per bushel K the officers negroes v S3 SHIiHEZJK Crump one of the The battleship Kentucky might hibSr soldierly men in Kentucky do great work at the Santiago has been given a Majors commis Â¬ bottle sion br Governor Bradlev and may Would Spain likeftb sit down on ibe assigned to the Third battalion our Remember thaeMaine hard- Â¬ S tack ir Sampson is said to beback-track-fnr along tlie north coast of Cuba Censor General Greely will blue going in an opposite direction from pencil any light vriting about his San Juan which was supposed to elaborate whiskers ul jin ucakiuuuvu would perhaps Massachusetts JtTGermany and Prance are both prefer to have our hardtack stamp- Â¬ growing more unfriendly to the ed Remember Longr-United States and do not like the In the name of all femininityf let imposition of Hawaii Thev have 2alledupon that government to ex- - no more rats from Chicago be land- Â¬ ed at Union Station HHillU wiiy 11 lb I1UL IICUU lU SfoIajor MH Regiment wmaiove IN SHOES we have j Si Ik Best Ill lie Latest Styles YOU ff He thought this would save him further annvance arici retired at night with the determination of having a good nights sleep The next morning he stepped from his tent and was astonijshedito find his as follows GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE Remember the PlaceNext Door to Hardwicks Ladies and Chidrens Slippers 2 The Chaplai lJUOCsliNot Know Wlienj Bliem Are you interested in the prices of Ladies and Childrens Slippers i Regiment Will MogKS either JSbIBKh tSbJiW IF SO this is an opportunity that you cant afford AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS w mzr - Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers X48Jc f rsi7c CUT PRICE 40c 50c 65c and 75c CUT PRICE 40 50 65 75 CTS Little Giant I i REMEMBER Price Clothing VfAMMOTH O LOTHDSTGCHS SHOE CO Weylers London hat brother-in-la- w was ex- Â¬ changed for a newspaper corres- Â¬ pondent but if it had been Weyler himself the Government would have demanded a couple of managing editors We need our editors but we want Wevler bad The harbor where Cervera is sup- Â¬ posed to be is a very difficult one to enter and his fleet is compara- Â¬ tively safe inside Onlv one ship can enter at a time by the narrow channel 225 feet wide between two high promontories that conceal the inside of the bay and a range of bills makes it difficult to approach the city from the rear Cervera may stay bottled up until peace is declared of Wheat James Heaven once a member is Live 6tqck out of it Has this fact anything to Hogs do with the present mixed up state Patrolman Hell is still a member of the St Louis Police Department Oats homo grown per bu Corn x 353Sc THE PRESENT 35c 95c THE PALACE THE POST DISPATCH Is tlie Only St Louis Paper herself with a revolver to make trouble for careless drivers may be Hides and Furs a good markswoman Let all driv- Â¬ Green hides Green salted hides ers beware We want no tragedies Dry flint on the highway Vegotables Story of the flarechal Neil Rose New potatoes per bushel Cabbage per head The lovely Marechal Xeil rose owes its name to the Empress Eu genie When General Xeil return- Â¬ ed from the scene of his triumphs Hopkinsville Gas AND affairs The lady bicyler who has armed Sheep Cattle Calves - 3X50 250350 255fl4 Millinery Millinery t 3504 10lp 5l0c With Its Own Staff Correspondents at all Pohts of Interest At Havana Mr Sylvester Scovol At Madrid c Mr A E Houghton iiS8c At Washington Mr Stephen Bonsai At New York Mr Morton Watkins 575c Outdoing others Outdoing ourselves in valuo giving Greater Unr- gams more uargaina tlrnn over before We nro selling cheaper because u urn ueiung more we nave - toe ketvs or Tnn day n THE POST 5 - Jtf An army of 750m men onHavana and at the same time Rear Admiral Sampan will begin the task of destroying the formida Â¬ ble defenses which Bjanco has thrown up along the sea The movement waa Uecided upon at a White House conference between the resident the ivaval and War Secretaries the head of the army and the Xaval Board of Strategy There will be no preliminary land Â¬ ing for the establishment of a base of a supplies Instead every avail Â¬ able man in the army will be set upon Cuban soil at practically the same time Havana is to be taken fey storm while from the ea the T gvmz rem dozens of ships will Make iff ohot for Blanco that capitu- - overtne Austnans in Italy after the battles of Solferino and Magen is to march ta a poor man gave him a basket from one of the blooms and when the rose tree from it had grown he took it to the Empress Eugenie She was charmed with the gift but when she asked the name of the rose sue was told that it was un Â¬ known Ah she said I will give it a name it shall be theMare chal Neil By this she conveyed to the gallant officer that he had been made a marshal of Prance for bis services to the country as well as naming the lovely blossom cents a week ucreu uy ugeni if sent by mail DISPATCH seven days if de- - ou cents a montu Hate trimmed in the latest styles Sailors in ail the new shapes and colors Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming Have you seen our line of new belts Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corsets Hosiery handkerchiefs etc Bargains speak for themselves The general had a cutting struck filled with exquisite yellow roses lAktnii Co CHAS 0ATLBTT OLABBNOE HARRIS CATLETT -- HARRIS it Bro Have opened up thoir bUovv rooms for the season in the HOWE BUILDING Muiu street where they have a stock nf IA Inlinl I 1 Formerly with Forbes PAINTERS and PAPER HANGERS We haVQ Concluded tn m intn lina iness for ourselves aud offer our ser vices to the public at the most reaa onable prices Paper hanging a spew rnlty All work guaranteed Leave orders at Gus Youngs Telephone 81 2 rings Â¬ Mrs Ada luayrxe MmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmB Dont Do a Thing I Until you have seen my new line of imported I Uw Gas Ranges For Sale At Cast Price Jy Or Will Be Rented At tlie Nominal Sunt oi SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS I guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN Â¬ SHIP the best that money can secure The grand jury at Cadiz re turned 35 iadictawnts for 17 differ entoCeef Imcludlajr pretty much ery thiar exy 300 Per Year W W GRAY TQKSORIAL Okttntowakwtf Git u a mlL I A iaurdr Are atoo agent for Uw GEN 0IKB WKLSBACH LAMP Xlw Mt UgU ia YTwtowiw ARTISTS BU BPUAtSM wcyiW fntf WaW SKTBKTB 8TKSHT JX Tobin i Q 9 0 t3 ffffBCW il M BBHS WR5MRH For Lulu practices with steal At least three hourri a day Aid wd shall uU b6 ao relieved When Lulu learna to play I Sho started In tlirooveek fig9 Or mord to learn the dtialen 0he trlC ihm fifty tlrnds May And fifty times sho falls 8ho knows ono fascinating tunc She say Its Dourest Mae And oh wo ahall bo so relieved When Lulu learns to play I With patience and hard work wo know Great wonders may bo done And Lulus jilaylng Is hnrcl work Thais clear to everyone Sho mayget quite expert In time - J father t jot lifa Vlord Jttnd which And bought hf Uff tnea have hotirdX Tho nclghlior jm - tfHN LULU LEARNS TO VLM iittli A l mn glad hot you didnt find my flaw la that diamond No it BOQind to be nil right she hing I camo Mmmmmwfrmmmmmmiiwwmmmmmmmm inid naturally1 Sho had come out of tho trance without suspecting nny 1 said to see if by chance And everyone will be relieved When Lulu learns to play Somcrvlllo Journal Her flattering teaohors say VICTIM OF AHOTMiGLEBK UAQ Profossor a Ruined Man Owinff to Ono Shiner r hypnotism and I had cultivated it for several years There arc so many fakira around however that exhibi Â¬ tions of it didnt pny It was purely by chance ono morn Â¬ ing after 1 had paid my last dollar for room rent that I discovered a way to utilize my hypnotic powers with profit I am the inventor of it and if itOiadnt been for a hotel clerk I might now be working it I was down on iny luck and I began looking through - the porsonals and lost and found no- Â¬ tices hoping thai something would turn up This notico caught my eye Found a sum of money In a pocket book on Broadway Owner may get It by proving property and paying for advor street tlslns Mary IC G 100 West It occurred to me that Mary was a If it had not been for ono of you fellows I might now be supporting myself comfortably by my hypnotic powers instead of playing the pinna and doing vaudeville turns said the professor after ha had finished his stunt at tho Friday night smoker of tho Hotel Clerics Life Saving Social and Outing club It was four years ago he contin- Â¬ ued tihat 1 landed in Now York with enough money to run mo for two weeks and no prospect of an engage Â¬ ment I had left New York with the Burlesque troupe I played the piano for them at night and circulated handbills in the day- Â¬ time We did a ragged one night stand business but wo managed to pay expenses until we reached Three ltivers Mich and nothing would go in that town They wouldnt have us there and the company broke up Each member had to shift for himself or herself I hd done something in phrenol- Â¬ ogy and hypnotism and I made my expenses back to New York and a little more I didnt know what to do when I got here andaf for working the saloons as a phrenologist for a week I saw that I must strike u new lay or starve to death I am pretty strong in Fly-by-fig- it was my fiurso which you found If you will describe it eho said pleasantly I can tell If it Is yours shall be pleasedtorcturn it I described the purse as sho de icribed lb lb mo and when I had fin Â¬ ished ihcf said It ft undoubtedly your purse jiraud I will get it for you nt once Wasnt that easy I got the mon ey all riglit and I saw that I had struck it rich Each day J looked over the papers for such advertisements You would bo surprised to find how many honest people there are in this town Nearly every week two or Ihrco pocketbooks are picked up by people who are anxious to return them Then there is jewelry and be Â¬ tween the two I managed to make a very good income Occasionally I would find that the advertiser was a person whom I couldnt hypnotize jnd then I backed out as gracefully as I could I was very successful how over and the simplicity of tho scheme pleased me I wondered why it had never occurred to any other hypno- Â¬ tists To my friends I explained my prosperity by saying that an uncle had left me n little fortune Well sir it so happened in the course of business that I investigated nn advertisement which ran as fol- Â¬ v GOING s8B FAST MONDAY jMOENTISrG3376 YARDS OF DIMITY AT 6 CENTS A YARD This is a great bargain so come early HOUSEKEEPERS ATTENTION Curtain buyers it will be to your interest to visit our lace curtain department and secure some of our extraordinary bargains you can buy them at just half price Neyer was known to sell less than 10c before a regular stream of eager buyers some waiting their turn to be wailed upon others engag ed in a frienhly rivalry in their endeavor to get pick of the particular choice bargains This sensational sale It is of absorbing interest to every discerning buyer is the topic of the hour The biggest wash goods sale of the season We will place on sale - and as long as they last a great purchase of No let up Â¬ Â¬ Extra Tallied in Ladies and Gentlemens UNDER WEAK ht lows Found In tho hall of the Hyphen hotel a pocketbook containing money and pa pew Inquire of Shiner night clerk at hotel r 25 100 DOZEN LADIES SHIRT WAISTS AT HALF PRICE at 4c at 5c at at 16 very honest woman and I wondered if I couldnt guess a description of the pockofcbook and tho amount of money and so get it to tide me over I speculated on what sort of a woman Mary was and then came the thought Why not hypnotize her and get her to tell all about the pocketbook The more I thought it over the better I liked it and I went to Marys ad- Â¬ dress to see what 1 could accomplish You know that it is an easy matter to I hypnotize tho average woman have done it easily many a time For ordinary cases I wear a large paste di amond in my ecarf and I ask tho sub Â¬ ject to look atit closely In half a minute she is under the influence When tho maid answered my ring at the address given in the advertise Â¬ ment I told her that I had come to claim the purse Sho shouted up fit nys Mrs Green hero is tho gent what lost the money and Mrs Green came down evidently very much disturbed Mrs by her maids awkwardness Green was a motherly philantlhropic lookinor woman and as she began apologizing for her maid I concluded that she was a good subject ISefore I say anything about the pocketbook madam I Eaid wont you bo good enough to look nt this dia- Â¬ mond in my scarfpin and see if it is A boy threw a stone at mo cracked as I entered the house and it struck this pin I am afraid that he injured after seven p m ought to have known better but I didnt That evening I went to the hotel and inquired for Shiner lie was a very dapper littlo man and as soon as I saw him I had my doubts I didnt intend to back down until I was forced to however and telling him that I came to recover a pocket book I asked him to step into the in- Â¬ side office with me and incidentally toll mowhat he thought of my dia Tho pin interested Shiner mond and as soon as wo got under the light he began to examine it I saw from the expression on his face that I had made a mistake Why its simply imitation Its not the real thing he exclaimed Must look at mine by way of compar- Â¬ ison and he unbuttoned his coat and displayed a stud as big as a walnut It radiated light in many colors I turned my eyes toward it and al- Â¬ though 1 wia nearly blinded I could not turn them away It was real ond dazzling As I looked it seemed to bo wink- Â¬ ing at mo and then it told me to tell why I had come to the hotel I told the whole story from tho beginning and suddenly 1 was aroused by a slap on the back I was in tho office Shiner was looking at mo with a grin Well you are n smooth article he said but you should not attempt to hypnotize a hotel clerk and above all to flash a paste diamond on him Did you know that my stone hypno Â¬ tized you and that you have given your snap away Well it did I know your littlcgame I am not going to expose you unless 1 hear of your work- Â¬ ing it again Lot ine tell you how over tlhat your norve is gone You cant hypnotize again because your nerve is gone Now get out of here quick I cot out and I found that the clerk had told the truth My hyp- Â¬ notic powers were gone Iwasruined I wont back to thumping the piano and doing vaudeville acts It doesnt pay nearly so well Because of the evil whiclf Shiner did to me I charged you double rates for my act to night Good night gentlemen remember to give me a call when you have another NY smoker and out ho walked Sun f pieces beautiful lawn new worth 6c The best Calico worth 5 6c m 100 fine wool dress patterns AT HALF PRICE Hope bleacheddoniestic worth 8c at 6c at 3c Good bleached domestic Good brown domestic worth 36 inches percal 10 4 10 4 7c 2c 4c 10c worth 12 1 Masonville Lonsdale and fruit 85c t 8c at 6c at 6ic peperel bleach sheeting worth 22 l 2c at pepperel brown sheeting worth 20c l 2c 15c at w 2500 HARDS FRENCH ORGANDIES Full 32 in Wide FOR 7 These are new goods and are great bargains l 2c Worth 15c Carpets and Mattings at Reduced Prices I If II faa HD department during this sale is increasing every day that proof that we have got what the ladies want We are offering some special inducements in this Our millinery business -- Sho Furniture 3We We have just received our second shipment of shoes and oxfords which we bought at a big discouit and we arc in a position to save you from 25 CENTS TO S1O0 In addition to the A PABR we exreme low prices we offer above have an elegant line of furniture consisting of book cases hat racks rocking chairs writing desk screns tables aud medi cine cabinets which we are giving to our customers absolutely of Free Charge 4 present in this circular many interesting bargain features well worth your investigation QgTaTlie items mentioned above are good indications of what you will find throughout our store gppWearc satisfied we can save you money Remember our motto More for your money than Yours truly any other house or your Money Back PROVERBS FROM UGANDA v HOPKINSV5LLE KY ESTABLISHED IN Sayings of Wise Hen Among Our Dark Skinned Brothers it Mrs Green wassympathoticandas stopped to tho light sho looked at the pin Sho brought hor oyes close to it arid at my request stared at it steadily until I said Now Mrs Green tfliat is not iv pin It 18 a nockctbok Uanyou eco T v Vi Tea it is a pocketbook sho an- J t Sewered in n mechanicalvoico Mr f It is the nocketbook which you found on Broadway t Yes she answered Tccribo it in detail I com Â¬ manded It is a black pocketbook she said fwith a silver monogram J T on tbe lclc It coufainftl tbreo B 20 bills and oa 5 bill That is all Thank yoxf Mn Oreex tijd J wmtiicr mv hand aw k fcuMhitad o eom aaM sue gavt a uttu Mr Pilkineton the missionary who is reported to havo been killed in th nrJKnsn further fighting in the Usogo district M F S1IRYER of Uganda some timo ago sent hcine T C HANBERY of Uganda proverbs for a selection Some which the country is fampu ho translated as follows of these The man Nnmaknbirye afu enjala 5L sl two homos dies of hunger who has SHRMER Proprs HANBERY The cook at eaqh of tho two homos expects tho master to dino at the V TMfc iii other and so He uaus uetwoen two Railroad St Botwoeujrinth HOPKINSVILE KY Obutamorn kirevu njnha ya stools uud Eleventh 3MHti Bcardlcssnosi is a cloudy kikomc couaignetl As on a cloudy day you cant day arCaroful nttoution given to HampllngBud Eqlling all tobacco tell what timo it is in Africa so you All tobacco iiisurod unloaLiberaUdvnneoHdii tobacco in no oub cni tqirtlio age of a man vho has othorwiso inatruoied ucgrUjMn anusiou w mu many Africans seem unable to grow beards Nafira ku kincno onsanafu EST J AS leu gefqsaja Til die for a big thing as NAT G aitHER i44U4UlU4444U4IUU444UU44U4U4Ui4UU4ii4444UUaUUUiUi4U 1852 v PEOPLES WAREHOUSE i SAMUEL HODGSON Importer and Ataiiufacturcr of r v ll K at- - nnf nn UlO lllT tOO The ensariaf u is tnc fierce dnrbrown IUA lifirKY v Mk U yzr pn iln tjoronnatrt4il2Bilin yut ant with huge mandibles that travels in vast nunibers and is keaded by man and beastTho English equiva- ent is in lor wncnny Bugutjugvisi muliro Splnt pound lop splutter isnt ilro Afknc tho nay and f ye Xrisli sayiog Take it o n u ay wv- n i i-- QAITHER TOBACCO Wes T Four months storage Freef MR PM jLt h Marble andGrraiiite Monuments ji - 4 I MERCHANTS MOK1NSV1LLE KY COMMISSION TA BLBiTS CliARlCtdVIT WHITLOW JEM Ky lK TENNESSEE of llopkinsville tc L r in rfB yuromcie Uteril advances nude on Tobacco is my soilcifon Wi i ssasa jWT m u r PEgSGNALOOSSiP trig in atfemfltintf W jump from a moving freight JriSn Jtefcr the cross Â¬ Mr Jos E Moscfey has bought ing of the ClarksviUc pike was 1800 lie is a son of Carey Wallace the an of Forbes and Bro most improved old colored man who was killed at thresher of the r -- m v mmmmmBssBuxscmBMBxaammimim l3HV - ttntss v tTri iMsaimi m J gz rxw f i nmn ANb THBfe vI I tVu - i T Ernest iegar bt Beverly ii jkp j in the city yesterday o J Edwin Garner of Lafayette was In the city yesterday Squire M D Davie of Beverly was Uie city ycatcrdayi MrsKfltQward Major of Beverly wasmlhc city yesterday JA Thomas of Nashville was aLhePhaenix yesterday J 15 Taylor of Newport was a guest at the Phoenix yesterday lra John D Clardy of Church V IlHij Spent yesterday in the city - f Mr and Mrs Ben White of yCadiz were among- the visitors Fri- day Miss Katie McDaniel is visiting Uanumber of the county schools this -- make If you want vegetables or coun Â¬ try produce Brumflclds is the place to get them Mr Jno M Victory says the Earlington Bee has been in quite poor health for some time past and last week was unable toleavehome On Sunday afternoon he left for Hot Springs ih search of health and strength although he was scarcely able to be up His family and friends believe that tlicsprlng s will greatly benefit him and look for his J il return in a gecauy impruvuu con dition it A L the quarry Saturday When he learned of his fathers death he decided to return to Hop TIME TABLC kinsville Not having- mqney to pay his passage he stole life way on HJflTectivo a freight train to Gulhriethence to NoKU NoSW KOST2 this city His injuric were at Â¬ Acom dally Accm dnllr tended to by Dr Blakeyv the com Â¬ Lv nopkliuvlllo rtally dally physicinn panys 2 to pin 490pn Lr noplclnsvlIlerU0ftiH XHM n ArPHntwInn G i SS5r i X Bee G99y 03pm looopm 7 1 Ileholtlt nvccic s jrCharlev James A fc is ITopkinsville Shaking hands with of Evansville US f friends Miss Ada Carrington Bacon of Arkansas is visiting her aunt Mrs John U Clardy Mips Fannie Wash of Wallonia is the guest of Dr Bacons family on South Virginia street Max J Moayon will leave this Jmbrning for Louisville where he vWill spend several weeks Miss Lelia Wicks left yesterday ior Madisonville where she will be the guest of Mrs R P Drake Miss Martha Wool wine of Nash Â¬ ville is the guest of her cousin Miss L O BRUA1FIELD Tennie Wool wine at South Ken- Â¬ tucky College J T Whitney a young- colored man from Glasgow has moved to Miss Cornelia A Hester of Ear lington spent yesterday in the city this city and will practice law here She left in the afternoon for Lafav The Pembroke Deposit Bank ette to visit relatives building is sufficiently advanced Mrs Dr Clarence Anderson of says the Review to show some Princeton is visiting the family of thing- of its character and give one Mr Clarence Anderson Sr on an idea of what it will be when completed Mr W Hollis an gen- Â¬ South Virginia street eral utility man has charge of the Mrs John C Willis and son brick work and he has employed Lawrence Alexander of Pembroke the very best mechanics to be had were in the city yesterday The The building- will be an ornament latter is just home from college to the town and a credit to its Mrs Martha C Slaton of Ft builders Worth Texas who has been visiOrder your Sunday Ice Cream ting- Mrs Fannie Campbell left from Galbreath Ennis yesterday for Madisonville A new roof is being placed on the Rev W K Piner is home from Christian church and the exterior Baltimore where he attended the general conference of the Metho- Â¬ of the imposing structure otherwise improved and beautified dist Episcopal church South The commencement exercises of Mrs Sarah Campbell and daugh Â¬ ter Miss Sally of Clarksvilleare vi- Â¬ Cumberland University at Leb- Â¬ anon Tenn will be held May 29th saing Mrs Campbells brother Dr to June 15-R Cook on East Seventh Walker 2nd at which time the Hon Wilkins of Todd coijnty street will graduate in law Miss Grace Hughes a charming Order Brick Ice Cream for dinner and popular young lady of Glas- Â¬ to day from Galbreath Ennis raK gow will arrive in the city to night FOR RENT The former resi- Â¬ to be the guest of Miss Wilson at Bethel Female College for several dence of the late Dr D J Gish s Well adapted for a first class board- days Apply to Geo W C Mrs Charles F Jarrett of Hop- - tng house sKvVn Long- at First National Bank Mkinsville is in the city the guest Rev R S Carter who has beee miauls iuiuico touu on uroaci ffvay Mrs Jarrett is a former res attending the Diocesin council at ident of Paducah and has many Paducah will return this morning friends here who will hasten to give and will fill his pulpit at Gaace a most hearty welcome Pa church to morrow at morning- and lucah Sun evening services - The finest Strawberries of the season at Wallis Grocery to day Now is the time you want hot Rolls for supper Tel 159 Millers Bakery Mr P Smith a Guthrie business man was found dead in hi bed His death was Wednesday night to heart diseaseT The bod due to Asheville N C his was sent former home Cream Bread at Millers Bakery Tel 159 The best on earth Twenty car loads of horses and provisions for the troops at Tampa passed through the city yesterday morning over the Louisville Nashville railroad Eggs 10 cents Spring chickens and all kinds of vegetables the best on earth for medical purpo er from Princeton to New Orleans via Mem- ses Uome ana see uie all ol you PIUS I E MSuKWooDt ARtnopltlnBvllIe Ky who are weary and heavy laden and I W A Kkixoxd a U P Ky ALouUvllle will give you rest 11 00 am Paducah 640 p m That groat Philanthropist T M Ar Memphis Ar Hitium 8i8m is still in the ring for Ar Now Orleans Edmondson 8S0ani 7 45 pm Noaisa Noaei Nosvi tho euchnutmeut of distressed hu- mnnilr TTo in flisnenRinrr nt liia nlil AraopKinsTiieiAccm dally Ace m aauy aly 815am stand the following popular brands Lt KTansvillci Lv Henderson Uld rreutice JSariy Limes Old Uar- - Lv Princeton Melwood liAr ITnrkoV 8S0am 1 50 p m790pm frBrnrnr ArHopklnsrllle- ArInuvlllo A r Henderson ArKvftnsrtl e Stfpm 46nn 800p ra jt JL CiXI Mens Plow Shoes With stitch down bottoiiis--th- e - -- Tliis is for close buyers and not for TCARE people who know nolliing about either quality or prices eas- Â¬ each item here is a special value and only guaranteed for this week and is for iest wearing shoe made- never sold for less than a 125 before All sizes 6 to Its POT CASH I Anderson 25c 10c I I 1 1 1 chamber and top I cream pitcher box american sardines plug choice greenville 8 lbs oat meal tobacco 5c granite milk pan lb either lyon XXXX ca 2 cans merry war lye dova or arbuckles coffee 10c 2 pkgs Plymouth rock gelatine set knives and fors 35c 5c 4c 1 1 box potted ham - - CO C 25c 7c I5c 25c 8c - 30c WS r doz boxes tacks 10c 25c 10c 10c 10c 1 1 cans best tomatoes I can grated pine apple lunch basket i bottle mixed pickle I gallon cuba I lb mixed candy 3 boxes gold dust 4 sheets fly paper I set plates 3 1 hunter sifter gallon best sour pickle I I 1 lb prunes lb raisins - - 25c 10c slaw cutter 50 lb can kettle rend lard 390 3 cakes pretty soap 10c - - 5c 5c 8c 10c 8 lb bulk soda - 5c 55 clothes pins 30c 1 coffee mill 25c 5c - Nail the mBjSpCTJbI JjfK 22c Colors To - cups etc for threshing outfits we have ice cream salt freezers white wash For we will fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man Now is the time for action as it is daily being proven brushes flypaper coolers all kinds ol flavoring extracts survives that are made and numerous other articler wanted by house that to the victor belongs the spoils Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure keepers all our wagons deliver to bottom the Spoils in as much as we furnish them with by far all parts of the city and run until 12 oclock Saturday night the best goods for the money yours to please give farmers at us a ca8 before buying your salt and bacon get our prices also on plates the Mast prices ir - W T Cooper wholesale May 26 m The Columbia Chainless m Co NO Money Jfiiss Rawlins To Wed Buy your vegetables staple and Telephone contains fancv irroceries at TV oinrif x vThe Cadiz the approaching mar Co s Market House E Its the olace this notice of rjagevof a well known young couple to save money in Trigg county Memorial Services Miss Garvie Rawlins of this Charles L White Post Hopkins city and Mr J Hop Hopson of v Canton will take the nuptial vows ville and John V Boyd Post Crof at the Baptist church in Cadiz on ton will hold joint memorial ser- Â¬ the afternoon of June 8th at 5 vices in this city Monday May 30 oclock The bride elect is one of The posts will assemble at An- Â¬ Hour most highly accomplished and dersons Hall Sixth street at 1 lovable young ladies admired by oclock p m and march to Hope- Â¬ all and the prospective groom a well cemetery EXERCISES AT CEMETERY high born young man worthy in Reading- Orders Adiutant every way of the great trust re Â¬ Choir posed in him by the idol of his affec- - Song City of the Dead - Save retail grocers SURRENDER our out ports out lias left some of our main lines in tact and we are still forÂ¬ Is still our motto and we maintain the fight against all competi tion A steady bombardment has effected some of i tified with big lots of 5 - i - WEAR RESISTER SHOES FOR MEN AT - - - Rev S N Vail tlons The hosts of friends antici Prayer Address Commander Ijatc the culmination of the happy Song The Patriot sGrave event with congratulations Choir Address Rev C C Hall Place your order for Strawber- Â¬ Recitation The Mustering- iii of Co G Master Alvin Clark ries to morrow at Wallis this Song- Cover Our Heroes with morning Flowers choir Recitation Master James Breathitt Song Comrades Rest Choir Addrss Hon M M Hanbery Croat Big Fresh Mll8ic Band America Choir and Audience - 200 PAIR Leader shoes for ladies at 150 pair Elegant silk vesting top shoes for ladies at 200 pair iMPYours for peace or war and always for trade ls a Grand Success m m 5 S m PETREE COMPANY i frk Straw WALLIS Benediction Rev W K Piner Berries GROCERY NEW POTATOES Fresh Saratoga chips at Millers everyday Try them Tele 159 0 Was Badly Bruised Sherman Wallace a younir col ored man who lives at RuseHvllle was badly braked yesterday morn- - and tho onlv uhuinlcHM Hint iDn Uinnnu nni i solf ep Wo Imvo thom on oxhibitiou ns well fib a number of Co- lumbia mako ot chum wbools from 25 to Wo curry tho best uBsortmont of Bicycle 75 Sundrioa and Rq pairing cf all kinds We do all kinds of expert renairiutf all work promptly done We aroheadqunrtors for Gas Bicycle and Carbltc GiV0 ua a call Yours to iu THE DAILY HEENTUCKIAN MH1ivrftd t yonrdo Ottly 10 Cents a Wel -- H 2 E M MOSS Miaililvt 4 CO JUP X S yn fti