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S tf iKentutluaa VOL 1 NO ift 7 7 27 HOPKINSVILLE KYf SUNDAY MORNING MAY 29 1898 ENDORSED PRICE 2 CENTS CAMARA S FLEET CM ORNAMENT WON Nortons BY CITY BIRD HAS FLOWN Great Colt Captures ifs fLicut k u Lit Bassctts For Major Application HAS SET SAIL Brooklyn Handicap w LATEST REPORT at He Was Heavily Backed By the dailies Company Mustered in mi Local Talent Greatest J Lexington Bob Landers J Out Company 1S NcwYorki May 28 The Brook1-- u3iiL ieut E B Bassctt has receiv ed lyn handicap day as a rule attracts 6ML the personal endorsement of of spectators a big crowd The every ineinuer 01 tile uiry uouncu grounds of the Brooklyn Jockey im his application for Major of one - -- c t- - 11 cjub were thickly populated this af-Â¬ Sf ternoon The councilmcn have The club offered an at uiteers si traction of conspicuous merit in its med in a petition to the Governor 10000 handicap The race was yking Lieut Bassetts appoint- A ON fourth on the card and the horsesj Pment LINDSAY VOTES WITH THE REPUBLICAN SENATOR SENATOR LINDSAY VOVES WITH THE REPUBLICAN ON to the post at about 4 oclock Gapt Noel Gaines and Lieut R THE REVENUE BILL It was conceded on ail sides af1--i pPayne have secured 102 men THE REVENUE BILL ter the work of the morning was out of which to select the eigh- over and the trainers had gathered tyione needed in groups to discuss the coming Sergt Ballard is a fine tactician is officially announced tliat race that Ornament was the popu- Â¬ An exhibition drill given bySergts MAY 28 PORT AU PRINCE HAYTI HAY 28 MADRID Special It is believed Squadron commanded by Adm Cam lar favorite and that he would be Thomas and Coleman and Corporal here that the Spanish Squadron under Cervera has left Santiago and tlie Spanish Reserve racev the best backed horse in bovs immensely ara lias left Cadiz Before going to its destination the The coming prices werethe fol- - iPatton amused theexcellent material will go to meet the Cadiz fleet said to be on its way to these waters as and showed what the prohahly for several days - Second Squadron Coming Over J A Rice Laden German Vessel to be Bottled Up 41 i- 1 Runs the Blockade It in Squadron will maneuver lows there is in tlip rnirmmiv immediately sailing for the Philip- Â¬ - Ornament and 6 to 5 Ben a open sea afterward A as the Govern Â¬ Holliday 10 and 4 to 1 On Deck w telerram received vosterdiv pine Islands Cuba or the United States and Semper Ego coupled f to 1 Ml c n Prmvsp frnm llf ment may judge most opportune and2tolTillo 6 to 1 and i Lionel Jouett Henry says that The Squadron is understood to he composed of ten or Lehman 25 to 1 and 10 to 1 Don Vaines Compiny was mU8tered in 31 German Vessel Runs The Blockade at Havana T twelve vessels PORT AU PRINCE HAYTI MAY 28 Special It is reported himself for Bassett in and jpliis candidacy for Major of one of here that a German Steamer with 50000 bags of rice has run the to 1 the battalions Now You See If Now You blockade and entered Havana harbor and replenished the food supply The result ot the race was a vic- of the enemy niv frf rtpiinmnnf TVnHnn a rirnf Your Choice d ridden by Sioane Robert Landers Company Ready Money Your Robert Lander the colored law A justified the expectations of his Spanish Scouting Vessel certain that Commodore backers The game fellow was ycr has secured 120 recruits for Key West Pla May 28 Itis now almost He tin- - hjs proposed company of colored never in better condition Schley has the Spanish licet bottled up in the harbor of Santiago de Dont Take 4 6 de Oro 2 to 1 and 4 to 5 Sly to 1 and 7 to 5 Ogden 15 to 1 Foxfe expresses Pay three-year-ol- t Cuba Tlicre iff so little doubt about this that the naval campaign is proceed- Â¬ ing upon the assumption that Admiral Cervera is fiicapablc of doing any harm rumor has reached here of an im- CapeJHaytien Hayti May 28-- -A portant Anerican auccess but no con firmatipop tlie report can beob- tained here The theory that the Spanish Admiral allowed himself to be bottled up On- - the contra- Â¬ in the Bay of Santiago de Cuba is not entertained here ry the Haytian officials say it is far from likely that such a thing has oc curred -- Chased Away From Key West las Cuba Already Been Invaded oldiers Said to Have landed Atlanta Ga May 28 KEY WEST MAY MAY advices from the chase of the Bancroft after a Spanish gunboat have been received and indicate that the Spanish vessel escaped after having approach- Â¬ ed dangerously near to Key West It is Admiral Deweys Latest Report Capt Gridley Sent Home Sick Washington May 28 The Navy Department this evening made public the following dispatch -Cavitc May 25 via Hong Kong May 27 Secretary Navy Washington No change in the situation The blockade is effective It is impossible for the people of Manila to buy provisions except rice The Captain of the Olympia Gridleyis invalided and ordered home Leaves Com- Â¬ by Occidental and Oriental steamship from Hong Kong the 28th mander Lamberton appointed Commander of the Olympia DEWEY diers have already landed on the Still in Blissful Ignorance fected a junction with the insurgents forces This is told in a letter from one of the Georgia volunteers at Tampa to a friend in Atlanta It Are Authorities Washington appears from this communication that or the last wcelc the nights have been occupied in loading the transports with ammunition troops equip- Â¬ Washington May 28 Secretary Long said to night he had heard ments horses and provisions and that they were then forwarded to some nothing from citier Spain or American fleets that he believed however spot already designated on the island coast1 This movement has gone that Cervera was in Santiago de Cuba and did not believe that Schleyo on until finally the number of troops on the island amounts to the figures had followed to engage him but to keep him blockaded given belieTed that 10000 United States sol Cuban coast and have by this time ef- Â¬ the at ished first and had speed left Ben Holliday was second and Sly Fox third Tilio was tipped by many to win came under the wive fourth The time was 210 The News In Hopkinsville The news of Ornaments victory War Balloons For Cuba Bought From French Manufacturers New York May 28 There were shipped to Governors Island yes- terday from the pier of the French line steamers two big balloons and equipments which the Government has purchased for use in army oper- Â¬ ations Three more obtained from the French manufacturer of balloons Mallet and Antony in Baris Maurice Mallet are also in thiscountry VrSiclp both of them well known aeronauts are here and it is likely ttiiai their services will be secured They came here last week nf - ffoosevelts Rough Riders Ordered il rvft j r- Stculties o or aiv acoount owed by Taylor to fetf San AntdnloTex May 28 May Key West FJa Yelln loud and jrolonged burst from a UrThc Halls father who died several Ball represented his thousand throatehi camp greeting the announcement that the First rainy season is just beghuimg in years ago Volunteer Cav airy other vise KooncvuIIh Rough Riders had receiyed Cuba and the Jleejt of warshp and county1 in the legislature in 1891 To Start For Tampa at Once was received here with the wildest delight The great colt had been heavily backed by the local talent This was not entirely because the great three old is owned by Mr W P Norton of this county but be- Â¬ cause he was known to be a horse of wonderful power endurance and speed j POSEY BALL KILLED Mr Nortons victory wjas the occasion of great rejoicingijvmong his Slain in a Row By Homer Taylor many friends here At Scuff letown The Kentuckiax learns that a popular young Main streetjbuHiness man pulled down 2300 vas av result Henderson Ivy May 28 of his judgment in backing OrnaPosey DI3alla prominent Other Hopkinsville men 011ng lawyer and Democratic pol- Â¬ ment won various sums itician pf Henderson was killed to- Â¬ Henderson day at Scuilletown Delay Has Brought TlanyADiffi 0011 nt by Homer Taylor in a row Â¬ Spe-cial-Hon wilunteers to be mustered in under the Presidents second call and is now anxiously waiting the Go- Â¬ vernors reply to his request for a commission The Governor has de Â¬ cided that 1000 of the 2000 addi- Â¬ tional troops shall be recruited and from the people colored likely to Hopkinsville is more than be called upon for at least one com Â¬ pany Whether tlie Governor will appoint Lander Captain or not re- Â¬ mains to be seen Is Cervera In Or Out m Still Surveying the Harbolf 4 Special WASHINGTON D C MAY 28 Aside from confirmatory information received and published in Madf it rid and London there is nothing to indicate that Cervera has not again escaped The members of the cabinet however still adhere to tneyrtjiev t fffM v lief that he has been bottled up but their information is mostly negative Ifjie is not at Santiago no one knows where he is Commodore Schley has now been before Santiago at least twodays if - Â¬ -t its marching orders i The order read y You will proceed to Tampa at oncu and Vepbrt tp Gen Shaftftr for - V4 duty with cavalry division Transportation yfll be by train V - 4 Soiitherlaiids Ship Makes An h Unwelcome Call at Jamaica Kingston Jamacin May 28 The United States dispatch boat JOagle arrived a Xort Antonio this island last evening It is saulshe came direct from Key West but there is a belief that shi may hftVSjxylis- pivtcjiea tofoeard In yiuvy at the neutrality laws here the comniaw Iteen Agmt rndtlfied lluit Hie ICagle must lcre at the expiration oC u bA Wty4tjur Thj dUufiWU U4t wU tako oil board fartcijflt --1 newspaper dispatch boatshae ex Â¬ perienced bad weather durufg the past week with frequent violent Off the Cuban coast rainstorms ta day the weather is pleasant The new cruiser New Orleans for Â¬ merly the Amazon as excites the admiration of all naval men dur ing her presenteruise on account of her speed and apparent effec Â¬ tiveness as a lighting ship Â¬ and 1803 wide He was a young man of popularity and growing in- Â¬ fluence m i n- - ir iSMtt touBlht w a n most attract ye belles Real Estate Deals vill be married next Thursday to Mr JraulcG King a young drug-- A C T3nnks and wife sold ycs rUt of the sume place The wed- - lerrtny to Dr J A Gunh a house streets and UfWiUtakcniaM tue mcwq- - TJu lot on First and Loyjcr casd consideration was30 Miss Grace McCartney Fired on a Soldier Key West Fla March 28 Chas Battery B First W Richarda Artillery on duty at a mortar bat Â¬ tery near Fort Taylor was fired upon by three unknown men who he says he knows to be Spauinrdft The lire t was promptly returned one of but the men escaped and if he has not reported the presence of Cerveras squadron inihat harbor and there is every reason to believe he has not there is- un Â¬ doubtedly cause for grave doubt as to whether that disappearing admir- Â¬ al has not again eluded our warships While it would be impossible for Commodore Schley to ascertain by observation the ships at Santiago as the harbor is ten miles from the seacoast he has excellent means of ob- Â¬ taining the information If the insurgents are strong anywhere in Cuba it is in the province of Santiago de Cuba and especially in the immediate vicinity of the city of Santiago The cutter or launch from the flagship by proceeding ten or fifteen miles up or down the coast and displaying a Cuban Hag or other signal could call to the shore a band of insurgents or friendly Cubans and if obtain it they did not possess ithe desired information they could within a few hours It is well knbwn that officers and privates in the in Â¬ surgent army frequently visit their families at Santiago and if Commo- dore Schleys agents did not enter the town they could procure the in formation by the observation Irom convenient points in the hills sur- Â¬ rounding the port Having possessed the information himself that the tlcct is at Santia Â¬ go Commodore Schley could rapidly convey the news to Washington by cable As it sems well established that he has not done so the Infer Â¬ ence to be drawn is that he has found the harbor empty KENTUCKY SENATORS VOTE TOGETHER ON A PARTY JMEASURE Special Aflcr a discussion lasting May 28 two weeks tle first test vote was taken on jhe revenue bill to day Aldricu mpved to lay 611 the table the Democratic amendment to tax corporations and on the test vote the roll was called It was tabled by t a vote of 41ito 27 Senatora Lihdsay ami Deboe voted aye Franklins WabhingtonD C L fr - t V Ijf w km UiluihkkiuL mmHVsxx7Z sum to mShattM JSfi - i fwL jtY if jjfcOft 171 Via RSHE jugg tti mmjAfmmmm P JJ 11 N i fcj i I i V Ml to day appointed Lieut Ballard of the U S army parts oC the city at Fublshed orcry morning except Monday by Delivered by carrier to all formerly a West Point cadet from S10 CEKTS PER WIEX CHAtS M XXACXAK 21S1 S Mftln Lee county as Major of it Hie companies composing it will have XATIS sTrtsscmrTiox white commissioned officers and s 10 they will be selected from among 85 Per Week PmMoKTII the best men in the State Frank G Caffee a graduate of Yale and With 25OfO0O men underarms and m T rfedy anil anxious to move there THE RAINY SEASON one of the foremost young lawyers r xTT in the State is the Captain of the is noJonger any grounds for delay Ilia Lieu- Â¬ local negro company B something Mr President do After June I he Cuban Invasion tenants are Charles Scott and W sqmefhingTempel eibles both young men of ii Will Be Difficult social standing and business prom Â¬ thrall and Jones will now pre inence All of the ccMtofell all about ed officers will be negroes The Pension Burden Already Be Tiiat heavy cannonading in the Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods Notions Cloth Â¬ A REUNITED COUNTRY ing Discussed Colored Cav Â¬ julward Passage reported Home of the papers turned out ing etc before making their purchases Everything new and alry Recruits Other in all beJmostly wind Resolution Adopted By the Club War News departments of Chicago on April 30 1898 trhci Presidejit seems to be par ticularJstroiifr on calling for sol Ready-To-We- ar iffifijdlul asking Congress for Washington May 2S There is The undersigned the committee appointed by the president of the a general belief among officials here money that the pension listofthe United Hamilton Club of Chicago in con made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH 3A London dispatch says Spain is States will be greatly increased by formity w ith the resolution a copy They are Dandies of which is appended desire to give wants reason of the present war anxious for peace and all she It is is an opening To be sure an open conceded that if lasts until next the greatest possibility publicity fffg is all Cervera wants just now winter the President willbeobliged to the patriotic undertaking of the A lie to call out probably 250000 more Club To this end every member Col Watterson was introduced by men With the 210000 already on of Congress is rcspcctifully and ear- Â¬ GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU Cflh Breckenridgc at that military the roll this would make an army nestly urged to forward this letter blowout at Lexington Did they of 4GO000 to some leading newspaper in his with apensionablestatus ride to the speaking together in the not to mention the 20000 or 30000 district with the request that the resolution be published with edito- Â¬ same closed hack men in the navy It is estimated that at least one rial comment This letter is also The President has appointed quarter of this number will apply sent to each Senator in the hope about 30 more Brigadier Generals for pension This would be 100 that as far as opportunity offers he half from civil life Wm AV Cor 000 not to mention the minor chil- Â¬ will aid this movement for a closer clbn of Georgia is the only South- Â¬ will have pension rights union of North and South ern man appointed The list in- Â¬ dren that fathers death William H Harper The after their cludes Fred D Grant a son of Gen Vespasian Warner probabilities however are that TJ S Grant William H Skaggs with the frightful diseases existing Are you interested in the prices of Ladies and Childrens Slippers James R Mann The prize board has passed upon in the countries to which the troops William T the iirtjt six Spanish prizes taken are to be sent there will be three Chicago May 24th 189S Hall this is an opportunity that you can fc afford to miss To clpse those lines IF TheiCatalonia and Mijruel Joval times that number out right away we have decided to cut the 1 9 INI Commissioner of Pensions H Clay Resolution TWO- - All of our ladies and were released vessels and cargoes Evans said in discussing the ques- Â¬ After the lapse of a generation childrens slippers The Pedro Guido Buena Ventura antl Panama were condemned and tion Northern troops are march- Â¬ There is no telling what effect ing to the South but again - to join forfeited now the war will have upon the pension hands with our A Southern country- Â¬ Our Little Giant shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to this The authorities at Washington roll of the country If the boys men against a common enemy At prohibiting should get into a yellow fever or this time it is especially appropri- Â¬ market and every one who has liave issued an order ever tried them will testify the truth of this assertion the army bakers from stamping some other epidemic or should be ate that everyone should do all in Remember the Maine on hard- Â¬ killed in great numbers it would his power to emphasize the fact tack crackers It was held to be naturally be the duty of the Gov- Â¬ that we are one country It is fit- Â¬ jan appeal to revenge that was out ernment to place them on the pen- Â¬ ting also that here where we have lor place in a war for humanitarian sion list Such has been the policy reared a monument to the Confed- Â¬ of the Government since its organ- Â¬ purposes erate dead and have shown in ization and there should be no many ways our belief in an undi- Â¬ x i xnu war uuimrcmunti is prtrpar- - change now WORTH 75c 100 125 and 150 But I hope that this vided country we should continue to purchase 1500 wagons to will be avoided and there will be ing the good work whenever an oppor- Â¬ take South If something real good no necessity for materially increas Â¬ tunity is presented Moreover it it wanted Hopkinsville ought to be ing the pension roll I am in favor is well that this organization given a chance There are no better of the most rigid inspection before founded on the anniversary of Ap wagons made than Forbes Bros the men enter the army and an pomattox should do what can to 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 125 and 150 it Moguls equally rigid inspection when they foster the idea that while the 9th of In this way the Govern- Â¬ retire il Oldham of the Trenton Demo ment will know who are deserving April 1865 is memorable as the crat and Pike of the Cadiz Tele- Â¬ and who are not I do not believe day of final triumph for the Union We will also put in this sale our entire line of black kid and tan phone those two eminent authori- Â¬ that there will be a general pension arms it has a more exalted place in our hearts as the first day of button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big ties on personal pulchritude are law with relation to the men who reduction Half peace in a reunited land engaged in an animated discussion are fighting the present war Our we are still selling In view of these facts to provide at prime Eastern on the relative beauty ot the girls pension roll already contains the for a frequent and universal public of Trenton and Cadiz names of 640000 people and I do expression of New York Cost the fraternal feeling not believe it will be greatly aug- Â¬ of North and South and mindfuldbf The claim that the Cubans have mented by the present war al- Â¬ the influence music has upon Jthe1 from 15000 to 30000 men under though this is merely conjecture V arms is no longer received with and no one can tell until it is seen masses it is Resolved that the President ap Â¬ credence It is not believed that what effect the various epidemics there are exceeding 2000 effective prevailing in Cuba will have upon point a committee of five whose duty BMaMMMHIMnMHBMiaMMMmMMaBHHaiBHaMiMM it shall be to do everything in its insurgent soldiers m all Cuba The our soldiers power to carry into effect the spirit lighting must be done by the Amer CRISIS of these resolutions and to urge all THE COLORED CAVALRY WANTED icans and orchestras North and bands Now that the rainy season is on Lieut Johnson Will Be Here This South on all occasions when they in Cuba thanks to the delay policy play a Northern or Southern air to Week After Them of the administration old Rain in immediately follow the same with THEPOST DISPATCH the face might be made a Brigadier an air recognized as similarly sig-Â¬ Jntil you have seen my new line of imported gLieut Johnson in charge of the nificant in the other section Is the Only General of Indian Volunteers if he V St Louis Paper is still alhe There is nothing like Tenth cavalry recruiting station SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS Miss Eva Royalty is visiting in little mat Â¬ leaves Louisville Monday for a trip observing proprieties With Its Own Staff Correspondents through Southern Kentucky in friends in the Gracey vicinity ters of this sort l at all PoiutB of Interest I guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN- search of colored recruits He will j At Havana of Parkersburg W The lirst formal exchange of be gone about two weeks He will Philip Stile Mr Sylvester Scovel SHIP the best that money can secure Z prisoners was made at Havana first go to Bowling Green thence to Va left his wife because she per- Â¬ At Madrid Mr A E Houghton Friday The Spanish gave up Hopkinsville Paducah Henderson sisted in wearing corsets after he At Washington had burned up five of them Per- Â¬ Charles II Thrall and Hayden and Owensboro in turn He may Mr Stephen Bonsai Jones two newspaper correspon- Â¬ also pay a visit to Bardstown be- Â¬ haps he thought all the st le she At New York E No 14 South Main dents for four Spanish prisoners of fore he returns Lieut Johnson needed was embraced in her name Mr Morton WatkinB war The exchange was made out- - has received numerous letters from side the harbor under a Hag of each of these towns from would be TDE NEWS OF THE DAY IN soldiers who were either unable to truce Ml JH JH WMWiilg opkmsvflle Gas lirrHjiiiMMUEXULJLJ BBjM matt THE POST DISPATCH pay their way to Louisville or else 15 cents a week seven days if de The military editor of the Denver who did not desire to spend the AND aaan t jiFereu uy ageni ou cents o mown The money ior transportation with a News tells the following if sent by mail other day a Denver girl kissed a chance of being rejected Lieut soldier boy good by at the depot Johnson expectb to secure 150 men God bless you on histrip with the remark The Tenth United States cavalry for Colorado Between stand up Al a merely nominal price tho New York Have opened up their show IedKerU nialcingontiot the most remarkable 4I am from has three recruiting officers at his sobs he replied Unmera odors of theseason They am aendlng rooms for the season in tlip out mi Immenso number of cameras to nil parts Nebraska but Ill try to stand up work Lieut Johnson is in Louis- Â¬ of the United States It Is In reality but Thereupon ville while other officers are in for both States now HOWE BUILDING Main Outdoing others Outdoing oursolvefl in value giving Greater Bar- she kissed him again for Ne Â¬ Chattanooga Tenn and in Geor- Â¬ ll 6treet whore thoy have a stock gia Lieut Johnson received notice gains more Bargains thnn ever boforo Vo aro soiling chonpor- - because 5M braska for the Camerawltb complete outfit for plio- of tho latest improved the other day that his regiment had jKrnnuiK miu uuveiopiuff Bcnu toaay ior wo aro soiling inoro We have i I full particulars regarding this remarkable of so far secured 135 men Of these fer as it U extremely limited The Camera Is There has been no war news for a thoroughly high grade and first olass In etery Gas Ranges For Sale renpectuttcd with all modern Improvements Hats trimmed in the latest styles week worth speaking of so well seventy seven or more than half ana Is guaranteed as represented Address At Cost Price censor carried out came from the Louisville office have thenews Sailors in all the new shapes and colors OAMEIU DEPARTMENT Or Will Be Rented their instructions to suppress the ALABAMAS COLORED Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming TROOPS At tlie Nominal Sunt or THE NEW YORK LEDGEK nnH Tiring of reporting thy n LEDGER BUILDING NYCITV fA Have you seen our line of new belts Hjcting opinions of those who know Year A Battalion Mustered in With 300 Per Jewel belts leather belts kidgloyes corsets nothing the Kentuckian yesterday send at onee for Aro also agents fpr tho GEN Â¬ DflVC ShouldlUt JugtlMuod special n re- White Officers latum news for one issue Watehes killed its war UUlu Hosiery handkerchiefs etc Bargains speak fpr themselves A xf Printing Presses Air KIMwj and niuiQ dozen UINE WELSBAOH LAMP many valuable articles are to b UlnLD ami gave full swing to half a i given away V Montgomery May 28 The negro pr wore live local scoops The fluent Light in exwtenoo wVorkXderLairyulBg MewVork --V XEfoe t Sfaits Itentuckian bUalkm from Into camp ai Gov JohnsOn U1 g Ahitfci Mobil tiMitorroVr Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOOD- JO METZS STORE Ti xrie For Economical Rtivers ureat nopKiiisvilie MeccfL THE PUBLIC SEE Our w t up-to-d- ate Suits s m m ft we have Best the m St ta Remember the PlaceNext Door to Hardwicks Ladies and Childrens Slippers 2 SO AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers CUT PRICE 40c 50c 65c and 75c OUT PRICE 40 50 65 75 OTS Little Giant REMEMBER i Clothing Price VTAMMOTH o LOTJEcnsra - shoe co Â¬ PENT gmwmmmmmmmmrmmmm Dont Do a Thing fc r 1 3 2 - J L Tobill Tailor THE PALACE LifltniiECo Millinery teery Xavne IFIftsr Cezrfcs Mif3 Avdfa A fi t A utriniiifTiiitirfcuiirtawiiriwiinin iiiiifiiifiv liiiitriiir ritMirtMMwaWMM A ttiii in iMMiiinlii1 - -- y-- I ri1 iiii 040ft AMD BHITOW Lanjiuatfo CfliCAGO LUNCJI f TitKpk of iho English Louisiana fa Now Alary said Mrs Aiuslio to The anuouncemdnt that tliiXcuia scs her cousin from Milwaukee as they jana constitutional conventiohin gioh in New Orleans proposos to ilrop paused before the door of fa State French as one of the officianangtmges street rastauraut in the course of a this is yhere of the State came with a lively element shopping expedition of surprise to mnny people who had Tom takes lunch every day suppose never supposed tliijt French could ho Wo go in its pastlS f ttxpprfonce of a Wlfo nt Ilor Husbando Noonday Eating Placo JT an olllcirtl lnnguag0 tuiywnere in tnis It seerhs indeed odd at country this distance thai the publication in French o legal documents and offi Â¬ cial notices has been a necessary for- Â¬ mality in anystnto beneath the stars and stripes But Iho well known per Â¬ sistent inability of Creoles to underBtand English in the days before the war coiitinucd tho traditions of the past Since tho general overturning of the fortunes and influences at- Â¬ tendant upon tho now order of things tho orcolo youaig people have become They all speak moro Americanized and English with equal French lln-ency- Do ladies- take lunch thore in- Â¬ Of tho 134 delegates composing the presont convention only 21 were of French descent and it is said that many of old the croolo families are represented by men who do not speak French The struggle of the French tonguo to maintain its ascendency in Louisiana since tho annexation in 1802 has been virile and prolonged That it has taken 00 years for tho language of the dominating Anglo Saxon race to drive out its ancient lingxial foe proves the strength of the latter Spanish and Gorman fam- Â¬ ilies have been absorbed by the French and harsh Teutonic names have been changed into more musical Gallic syllables It is truo that there are still about 15000 French speaking men in Lou isiana uhd perhaps three times as many women and children but they live chiefly in the rural districts and they are rapidly learning English Often without doubt it is the sort of Bonavcnturo English Gables taught his pupils but at all events it is not French nor creolo patois A writer in the Sun commenting on the present lingual condition has this to say concerning the schooling of the descendants of the people from the Land of Evangeline A moro efficient system of public schools in the Acadian parishes would very soon get rid of it at least of tho Acadian patois The French will sur- Â¬ vive in Ivouisiana half the popula- Â¬ tion still speaking it but irot as an official language and it will in time disappear The court proceedings will no longer be carried on in that tongue as was so frequently the case of old and a legislator who has the misfortune to know English willnot be interrupted with cries of traduc- Â¬ and demands tion translation be translated by the that his speech official interpreter for tho benefit of the members who speak only French And in regard to tho capital But if tho French language has lost ground in southern Louisiana and New Orleans the French influ- Â¬ ence has maintained itself The customs and usages are almost entire Â¬ ly French the fashions French as well as the mode of life the holidays Tho opera is always in French never in Italian The music is French even to tho tremolo and Wagner is abhorred The paintings are French the cuisine essentially French or Cre- Â¬ ole The people themselves do net recognize the full extent of Gallic in Â¬ fluence It is a remarkable instance of the triumph of French ideas tastes and customs at the same timethat the English language has been vic- Â¬ torious over its Gallic adversary The strength of that language is evidenced in its success and the strong prejudice and patriotism of the Creoles and French Of all the struggles English has had nono has been harder or longer than that in Louisiana against 1 quired Urn cousin doubtfully dont see any going in Of coilrsc its all right answered Mrs Ainfelie Tom gors besides he saye Indies often take lunch there come on Silly t As the swinging doors closed be Â¬ hind them a most hideous din assailed their ears a rattle and crashing of trockcry hoarse inarticulate cries and a sound as of many shuillingfeet and in a dazed condition they took seats at one of the little tables which lined tho wall Through a hnfco of greasy steam could bo seen men humped upon stools nt the lunch counter and fever- Â¬ ishly convoking food to their months Presently a negro waiter leaned in- Â¬ quiringly upon their table Ill take some a soiip fal Â¬ tered Mrs Ainslio r Bo o o owl bellowed the waiter without turning his head Both ladies jumped nervously I believe Ill have some sod p too said tho cousin timidly Make it two howled the attend Â¬ ant and vanished presumably to fol- Â¬ low his voice By this time the place was thronged people jostled each other for posses- Â¬ sion of the seats or stood hungrily watching the disappearing viands of their neighbors and strange weird Eister san ich cries rent the air Got outer 11am on ryo Pork and Buck Eggs up mah way whe e ats Fried three side 0 Hurry up dom cups boy cakes ITcah wait ondis Small well Wail onm yoseff got no gemmen One beef sanich time tnh Bo o owl Look a here aint I goin to get waited on to day huh Hot mince Beef alamodc Sanich Gimme my check But tho climax was reached when a loos jointed negro boy galloped down the aisle dragging by a cord a shriek Â¬ ing box of crockery Mary gasped Mrs Ainslie lets leave wo cant cat here commented the cousin Awful I 1 GOING 3 3 Â¬ FAST a regular stream of eager buyerssome waiting their turn to be waited upon others engaged 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 We will place on sale 2SE03STDA 5fT The biggest wash goods sale of the season IVEORlSTXlStG antJ as on2 as thc v last a great purchase of No let up 3376 YARDS OF DIMITY Never was known to sell less than 10c before 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 cur- Â¬ tain department and secure some of our extraordinary bargains you can buy them at just half price Extra Valuer in Ladies and Gentlemens UNDERWEAE 25 100 DOZEN LADIES SHIRT WAISTS AT HALF PRICE at 4c at 5c at 4c pieces beautiful lawn tiew worth 6c 100 fine wool dress patterns AT HALF l The best Calico worth 5 6c at 3c Good bleached domestic Good brown domestic worth 7c 36 inches percal 10 4 PRICE Hope bleached domestic worth Sc at 6c S worth 12 l 2c at 16 10c Masonville Lonsdale and fruit She 8jlc at 6c at 6c pepcrel bleach sheeting worth 22 l 2c at l 2c 15c 104 pepperel brown sheeting worth 20c at 2500 YARDS FRENCH ORGANDIES Fall 32 in Wide FOR 1 2b l 2c Worth 15c These ore new goods and are great bargains Carpets and Mattings at Reduced Prices is increasing every day that proof that we have got what the ladies want We are offering some special inducements in this 2 til y rising As they again breathed the freo air and microbes of state street Mrs Ainslie heaved a sigh of relief Tho poor Poor Tom she said dear fellow endures this cycry day rather than have me go to tho trouble of putting him up a lunch but it shant happen again Poor fellow agreed the cousin Oh How on earth can he stand it Look at that lovely dress pat- Â¬ Jennie Our millinery business m department during this sale I i s H E3 We have just received our second shipment of shoes and oxfords which we bought at a big discouit and wc arc in a position to save you from tern There o H T Marriner in Louisville Courier Journal oh A BOOK COLLECTOR Methods of Peter Forca in Picking Up Rare Volumes 0 25 CEOT8 TO StOO In addition to the extreme A PAIR we low prices wc offer above have an elegant line of furniture consisting of book cases cine cabinets which iii hat Peter Force had agents to pickup unconsidered trifles out of the gar rots of New England housewives in the Atlantic and ho read eagerly all tho multifari Â¬ es ous catalogues which swarmed in up Â¬ on him of books on sale in London and on the continent On ono occa- Â¬ sion ho was a bidder against the United States for a largo and valuable figu says A H SpofTord iiiiipiiniimnwn ISPWc SThe bargain features well worth your investigation items mentioned above arc good indications of what you will find throughout our store ggWeare satisfied we can save you money Remember our motto More for your money than Yours truly any other bouse or your Aloncy Back wi present in this circular many interesting iiiiiii w racks rocking chairs writing desk screns j are giving to our customers absolutely Ffcee of tables aud medi a Charge i iiiwimnii iiiii iwi iwpMwww collection of bound pamphlets the the French Tho Catholic church has been the most stalwart supporterof the French language in Louisiana and it has perhaps more than anything elso kept that language strong and virile Tho Creoles have always insisted on a French archbishop and their in- Â¬ fluence in tho church was strong enough to win This became an im Â¬ portant issue in the late clvaico of an urohhishop and the Fronch influence wasagaiu triumphantin the election of a fewmqnths ago of tho present occupant of tho archiopiscopal seo But even in the5 Catholic church French is losing ground In the sugar industry tho French or Creoles have lost much of their influoncc and most of tho largo plantations havq passed into tho hands of Americans or American companies They have lost ground in tho retail trade and in the professions in finance and in other branches they hold their own But the old sentimental tie which connects them with Franco is almost entirely gone and thero are no truer Americans anywhoro in tho country Thus is shown anoy tho absorbing and assimilating power of this rcpuh- iic aim ner motner tongue Superfluous property of an early collector which were brought tojho hammer in Phila Â¬ delphia The library of congress had sent on a bid a limited one for tho coveted volumes but Mr Forces order to his agent was peremptory Buy mo those pamphlets in an un Â¬ broken lot They were bought His purchases wero often made at prices J a y v which would now seem fabulously cheap yet he never boggled at n high SB price when onco he was sitislicdthaf he had an opportunity to procure a rare or unique volume Tlius he used to tell how he had vainly tried to buy -two thin foolscap volumes containing Maj Gen Greenes manuscript lot W H Faxon W G WiiEELun tors and dispatches during tho south Â¬ ern revolutionary campaign of 1781 83 Tho price demanded was 200 Mr Force offered 150 which was re Â¬ fused He then offered f50 for tlie Grain Dealers privilege of taking a copy This was Tobacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants also declined Seeing that ho could not otherwiso possess himself of them Fire Proof Warehouse uon Russnu vurE and n n sts ho wisely paid the 200 and marched vvCy Hopkinsvillc off with tho precious volumes under his arm Liberal Advance on Oonsignuieuts All Tobacco dent ub Covered by Insuraucc Tho Dukes Qualification When tho Athonaoum club was first founded Croker one of its found Â¬ M F SUKYER ers yas urgent that noman should bo V C IIANBERI admitted who hod not in some way distinguished himself in literature Soon after he proposed tho dukoof Wellington whim some1 ojie eaid th V SHRYER Proprs The duko has never written a book HANBERY Truo replied Crolcer but ho is a capital hand at rovjpws Ruilroad St Between Toulh HOPKINSV1LE KY Bostons Oldest Pupil and Elqvontli HOPKINSVILLE KY IMIMHII iimtPUmiiiiiMcnrT uiMUiiUiMaiuuauaauuuiiuuMuauuauuaiUiiuuii TOMMmrl1t ESTABLISHED IN 1852 Wheeler 0 SAMUEL HODGSON Importer and Manufacturer of -- PEOPLES WAREHOUSE 4 W K t tv Marble andGrianite Monuments - TAJXUBiTB 113 w Z TSTKp 71 M Wqrds ttiafc Arjjtur PriunplcrVcoorQdjMri of of llostyji born a plnvo old - A philologist liiiimatf rRual8We5iiWtti ki i3 frV t v m how H years ltlcnfling a night echpol in tVt lTn V i I SSTCWuI tttmtonKivaMg Hiunplingaulellinill tobneco othwwj instxiwitKl couHlgnotf OIATMSVIIr MR W TENNJSSejKIS Ky is my solicitor l y- Tnnltn ojwavyi p ujuypt jiujm - llMnt1 FM I WHITLOW of HopMnsvillc fi -- jf ff ggSffl MSSri mmnmmwmv titAuh riL ha J- - a ww - Hfivm n a 5BH H mi ip I i un HORSES RAN MVAY PERSONAL GOSSIP t fyRST DEATH A y hiniiliimrtttiq I J H ii i THREE BRKlAWnRS k f t IS vi i 5 e im m V I Sec Srkus Accident to fllss Wllllo hi D I Lander dt Pembroke waii Private Rnyniond Burchcll rsf Will Oo to the Philippines ami the city yesterday Ohio Will Be Represented ond Regiment Succumbs Radford and Her Guest Nar Pneumonia i Miss Florence Rives spent yes rowly Averted TOnlTtWl 17 Washington May 23 Adjutant i terday in the city -- i rvforv ii Si ft wi That Brings Down ni uu Lexington tty May 28 The Tlmrn Vns a livefv rilliaWaV Otl Squire Tom Major of Beverly gauia ucuci am uy first death among the Soldiers OC- - I littul lv The Business the Clarksville pike Saturday after Â¬ was in the city yesterday curred at St Josephs yesterday pointea by the President Friday noon that fortunately resulted in Mr Gus Moore of The Square when Private Raymond Burcholl would be omciajly designated as no serious consequences Best Goods Fairest Prices was in the city yesterday aged twenty six of Mitchellsville soon as the Senate had confirmed Miss Willie Radford and her their nominations to command From sny shelf counter or Mr aud Mrs G B Leavoll of succumbed tpneumoniaaffer eight troops in the Philippines gjifot Mrs Will Garnett of Chica- Â¬ The Â¬ to towt behind Mr Jas Longview spent yesterday in the days illness IIs mother and sis- Generals selected for the Philip go started tabic in the store we can con- Â¬ ter were with him He could scarce Â¬ Kadfords- - handsome pair of city A intlieother pines expedition are George AGar ly stand wfien mustered On the way to black horses vince ybu of this Mrs Mary Killebrew of Lafrfy day Lieut Vestal will have his retson of Cleveland Ohio Francis frig-httown the animals became in the city yes Â¬ V Green of New York ettc was shopping and body shipped home at the Govern Â¬ The driver terday fenbd and ran away Charles King of Wisconsin Here Are a Few Examples ments expense this afternoon He Mi fMcGowan held them with a The Generals have already sig of belonged to the Lebanon Company Miss Maggie Underwood Jinn grip but was unable to stop nified to the War Department their Gracey was shopping in the city of the Second regiment a vard al1 wooJ ancv dress goods them On they dashed until the acceptance of the orders to proceed an obstruc- Â¬ yesterday vehicle finally struck to Manila The Dewey Wheel a yard for a line of splendid new novelties stylish Adic Davis and sisters Misses the roadside and the traces tion It is understood unofficially that The Dewey is a new wheel up Â¬ -- Jvy and good still Ida and Ollie of Fruit Hill spent The horses hrnkft loose Aside from its Harrison Gray Otis editor of the on the market ahead pulling the driver yesterday in the city plunged qatne the merits of the machine will Los Angeles Times who served Q Q Ladies jersey ribbed vests low neck no sleeves over the dashboard and leaving Miss Sallie Harris of the Sinking make it popular Ilj ymanufac- - with the President in the Thenty lUc ladies sitting in the vehicle Fork neighborhood was shopping tared in this city by A r iv M third Ohio during the Civil War iur r badly Scared but unhurt Mr Mc in the city yesterday Ladics flne bleached lisle vests faced neck and arms and who was nominated to day to Rich Gvan finally quieted the animals Mens fine seamless socks fast black and mixtures soft The first wheel turned ut by Mr be a Brigadier General will also Mrs Wood of Brooklyn N Y and the trip was resumed was completed thjs- - week and go to the Philippines quality fine guage is visiting her sister Mrs J I Rich given a vpy successful trial trip Landes on Morth Main street MILL BURNED SAW DAILY MARKET REPORT Mets nandsomc madras laundered negligee shirts He rode it to- - the by Mr Rich Mr Frank Brown who has been Kcnttckian officc wherc at hife re Â¬ Corrected Dally IJy Hon Kuwllns Itiinlcitr K Ladies 40 gauge fast black seamless hose Equal to WJicat Crop Ruined in Fruit Hill attending school in this city re- Â¬ quest a name was selected ftfr the and itrokur IlnpkliiAvllIeKy 25c goods elsewhere Neighborhood turned last niirht to his home in model Mr Rich will turn out the Childrens fine fast black and tan hose double knee Texas Chicago Market wheels from his factory here as fast Equal to 25c goods elsewhere Hill Ky May 28 The Fruit Opg Higt Closing Miss Nonie Greer left yesterday as he can make them by hand is so rank that much for Madisonville where she will wheat straw 1 75 May Wheat 1 72 1 75 Al1 Iinen towels good size excellent quality of it has been blown down by the spend a week or ten days with Scholastic Term Closes 1 05 1 04 06 July Wheat recent winds and some farmers friends a yard Simpsons black and white fancy satines and in- The twenty fifth scholastic term July Corn 33 33tf 33tf have mowed it and fed it to stock to digo blue prints 34 34 33 Dr Austin Bell who came down of the Hopkinsville High School Sept Corn save the clover underneath Frank ended Friday afternoon No pri- Â¬ July Oats 24 25 Extra vaue satine striP corsets 2 side steels per 27 Dulin has cut several acres and from Camp Collier Friday on a brief vate educational institution iin the July Pork 11 55 11 47 60 II artdtO feet fitting to Lexington to Tom West will cut some this week furlough returned G 12 6 12 State enjoys the same degree of July Lard 6 10 splendid amoskeag A F C fine dress ginghams in new day The saw mill of Esq Henry Hels 5 85 popularity and has such an en- Â¬ JulyRibs 5 82 5 85 and handsome effects Messrs Tom Ellis Garner Dal viable history as this school Major New lork Stocks and Cotton leywas burned a few days ago -Opg Higt Closing catching from sparks tailing in ton and Walter Howe lett this J O Ferrell its principal is a VeteraJclC4ncvM l morning for Nashville where they n-educator sawdust at night This is the and most successful Aug Cotton 657 second time Esq Helsley has lost a will spend the day 1 08 1 08 one He has prepared many young Am Tob 1 08 niill by fire His loss is aboit 300 1 00 Mrs W D Ennis who has been men for college who have reflected Chicago Gas 1 01 fAll kinds of fruit will be plenti Â¬ visiting her daughter Mrs Dun Â¬ infinite credit upon him in the C B te Q ful 54 N can in Henderson for several days laurels they have one The term L been one of ttliemost Manhattan 1 05 106 106 just closed has tCftFfc jfeThe tobacco crop is all set and returned home last night 4 1 36 successful in the History of the Sugar all1 crop prospects are fine Mr and Mrs A Robinson of v Coal 2G 26 VV Iron 25 rlGi Louisville arrived last night and school 1111 T iTwrlERE THEY WORSHIP Calls 85 Puts 80 will spend several days with Mr Foot Almost Severed r Chicago Kecclplg To day and Mrs M H Nelson Lycurgus Marquess aprQniinent Wheat 299 Cars very interesting feature of the in the J3akers k Miss Lillie Berry who has been farmer residing Corn 1149 Cars 9BH services at the Methodist church the guest of her sister Mrs Otho Mill precinct met wiin a very se- rf 403 Cars This Oats t T Anderson on West Clay is for close sto day will be a solo by Mrs J iU for Street for rious accident Friday Mr Mar- - Hogs 11000 Head Jnrohiis She has consented to siny several weeks quess was chopping a log with a Cattle returned to her f Head atstne solicitation ot a number of home in Uniontown yesterday heavy wood axe The axe glanced Itauk Statement mi prominent members of the congrega from the log and struck Mr Mar- Â¬ Reserve Inc 29S9350 Misses Jimmie and Nannie By ars tion ISlr Piner will fill his pulpit quesss left foot almost severing it Loans Inc 8202400 at both morning and evening ser of Hopkinsville are guests of from the ankle Amputation will Specie Inc 4459200 Sunday school will be held friends here Miss Nellie Robin probably be necessary as the bone Legals Inc j vices 2284800 son of Hopkinsville is visiting her atjthe usual hour is crushed Deposits Inc 15018600 aunt Miss Cora Wilson Elkton Circulation Dec 6800 Times Will Hove June ist people who know nothing about either quality or prices Dr W L Nourse will fill his pul each The Cumberland Telephone ex tr New Church at Fairview pitatthe Ninth street Presbyterian item here is a special value and only guaranteed HERE AND THERE change will occupy its handsome church this morning and evening Bro have just been Forbes and convenient new quarters by awarded the contract for the erec- Â¬ for this week and is for Sunday school will be held at 920 New appliances will be tion of handsome oclock this morning If you are looking for Bargains June 1st a brick church for you should not fail to go to Rich- Â¬ introduced and the facilities for the Methodist congregation at Fair- more elncient service greatly Ill- Co in the morninjr JHW11 nuunv ui iwiiii JRev S N Vail will preach at ards i1- creased will be remembered was destroyed the First Presbyterian church this Order your Sunday Ice Cream I by lightning last winter morning There will be no night from Galbreath SECOND CALL Ennis h services Sunday school at the WANTED 200 cavalry horses BASEBALL You can buy French Organdies usual hour box potted ham 5c I chamber and top 25c Must be from 4 to 8 years old 900 P at Richards Cos in the morning to 1100 lbs 15 SPECIAL 1 Ac I cream pitcher box amsrican sardines to 16 hands hig h1 Cleveland 0 Baltimore 3 10c Rev Chas Nash will fill his pulpit for lyic per yard its real value is I plug choice greenville Sound clear of blemishes Will be 11 New York 7 Cincinnati a lbs oat meal 25c at the Baptist church this morning 15c at Laynes stable Thursday June Chicago 4 Philadelphia 10 1 granite 5c tobacco and evening at 11 oclock and 8 re Â¬ milk pan Co will place on sale 2 1898 7c Richards Bring in your horses and Pittsburg 9 Washington 7 spectively The oung peoples Monday morning 2500 yards of get Louisville 7 Boston 5 lb either lyon XXXX ca2 cans merry war lye I5c the top prices for them St Louis 3 Brooklyn 4 meeting will be held at 715 p m French Organdies at 7cper yard dova or arbuckles coffee 10c 2 pkgs Plymouth rock J D Guytkn Co U S A 8 Brook Second game St Louis Sunday school at the usual hour which is justhalf of its real value lyn 3 1 gelatine set knives and forks - 35c 25c Legal Holiday Order Brick Ice Cream fordinner 1 1 hunter sifter doz boxes tacks STRAYED 10c 8c iRev M B DeWitt will preach at to day from Galbreath To morrow being decoration da Ennis 1 gallon One Jersey cow weight about 3 cans best tomatoes the Presbyterian Cumberland best sour pjckle - 30c 25c and a legally decreed holida the A regular stream of eager buyers banks and post office will remain 1200 pounds Light color no marks 1 church this morning at 11 oclock 1 lb prunes can grated pine apple 10c 5c The subject of the morning dis- Â¬ was pouring into Richards Cos closed and the over worked employ Suitable reward 1 JohnN Burrus I lunch basket lb raisins 10c 5c store every day last week Their ees will enjoy a day of reci cation course will be Divine Guidance Hopkinsville Ky I slaw cutter I bottle mixed pickle 10c Sunday school will be held at 930 lrgain sale will continue for mqiMBtmmiaacuatttaMMtjJt3BauxcmusmaBtaaBiBitett 8c ini in n mnMBM am 1 gallon At night tnere w ill oe a another week 25c 50 lb can kettle rend lard 390 cuba S9f grand rally of the local Christian Place your order for Strawber- Â¬ Si lb mixed candy 10c 3 cakes pretty soap 10c Rev II D Smith ries to morrow Endeavorers at Wallis this 3 boxes gold dust 10c 8 lb bulk soda 25c will preside at the meeting me Ui i Ammunition rti rsTr a - AOG 4 Op lUC Ft 8p -- I I Jj IKp JJ f 4toC JLOC f 5p LLo Qn I I r Xl s J j Cftw JA k buyers and not J r t- SPO T CASH 1 morning r iOTDMi boiumma unainiess lillllft m n 1 4 1 Co vill put on sale Richards At Grace Episcopal church this Monday morning 3500 yards Lawn morning and evening Rev R S for 3c per yard and 3376 yards Carter the rector will occupy his Dimity for 6c Never was know n pulpit There will be Sunday to sell for less than 10c a yard be- Â¬ school at the usual hour fore sheets fly paper set plates - 5c 55 clothes pins 30c 1 coffee mill - 5c - Jl - 22c Rev II D Smith will fill his pul Â¬ wm pit at the Christian church this morning Sunday school will be There will be no held at 830 night service as Mr Smith will preside at the Christian Endeavor meeting at the Cumberland Pres Â¬ byterian church Thieves at Guthrie Guthrie is infested with thieves An organized band seems to be op Â¬ erating in the town Monday Tuesday and Wednesday nights burglaries were committed Rail Â¬ road men are suffering most Ca- bosses have been robbed and the clothing of the train crew sstolenj and in several instances watches and The authorities other valuable to break it up at are determined any cost - V The case of Prank L McKernan m against the Phoenix Insurance Co was decided in the Court of An- peals Wednesday in favor of Mr McKernan Mr McKernans loss by fire oc- iai in turreti at Aciairviue live years ago m and the insurance amounted to S6 300 The company refused to pay Hi it he sued and the suit was deci Â¬ ded in his favor in the Logan Cir- Â¬ Grand Success cuit Court in 1895 The Insurance Co appealed and lost again Mr and the only chniuless that has given Riicueaa niul una proven it McKernan gets the full amount of self ho Wo have thorn on exhibition ns well iih u number of Co- 630 of damages and insurance himbia malso of chain whnols from 25 to 75 over 1800 of interest in all amountÂ¬ Wo carry the best assortment of Bicycle Suudrios aud Ro- pairing cf all kinds We do all kinds of expert repairing all work ing to the handsome sum of 8730 The insurance company besides m promptly done Wo aroheiidqurtrtors for Gas Bicycle Lamp aud Carblte Give w a cull Youra to please this must pay costs making tho amount about double what it would E Mn have been if paid at first Russell ville Herald Ledger 1 so go early cups etc for threshing outfits we have ice cream salt freezers whitewash brushes fly paper coolers all kinds ol flavoring extracts that are made and numerous other article wanted by house keepers all wagons deliver to bottom all parts of the city and run until 12 oclock Saturday night farmers at give US before buying your salt and bacon get otir prices also on plates prices or a calB yours to please 1- - N- - H 2 w A W T Cooper wholesale May 26 it Co w iT X iiMii MOS 6l CO retail grocers H