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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o o era Tfyz Dailtt VOL entucfcimt PEIOE 2 OEtfIS 1 NO 28 HOPKINSVILLE KX TUESDAY MOENING MAY 31 1898 BAILEY DISAPPEARS Â¬ GOT HIM BOTTLED MYSTERY SOLVED The Stranger at Howell Identi INTO CUBA NOW Â¬ Proprietor of the European tel Leaves City Ho- WITHOUT DOUBT A fied As Dr Churchill i w So Says Schley of the Span Wealthy English Tourist Claim His Whereabouts Is Unknown ing to Be Kin to To His Wife Letter Received Shows No Light On It uiausionc Am 30000 STROM Gen Miles Army of 0ccupa ish Admiral Lk Cervera Has Been Seen and His Ships Are In the Harbor Washington D C May 30 Sigsbec of the St Paul and the hero of the Maine lias solved the problem The Spanish Admiral Cervera and his fleet are securely bottled in the harbor at Santiago and the ag- Â¬ gressive work of the army and navy may now go on Commodore Schley has wired the Navy Department that the Spanish ileet is within the harbor Capt Sigsbee steamed in close enough to see and recognize the squadron of the enemy and Schley waits outside with a force sufficient to destroy it should an attempt be made to escape A dispatch from Kingston Jamaica gives a report that Cerveras squadron is in Central American waters but this is not credited in view of the news from Schley The powerful fighting ileet of Rear Admiral Sampson is ready for ac- Â¬ tion off the North coast of Cuba To Attack Santiago Question Now Being Discussed The interior of the prov- Â¬ Special Washington D C May 30 ince of Santiago is controlled by the insurgents and it wouldj be com- Â¬ paratively easy for Schley to open communication with them and for them tosend spies into the city to secure information There are about Capt Alfred Poey of 30000 Spanish soldiers in and around Santiago New York who has just returned from Gen Garcias heanquarters with Lieut Rowans party says that there are garrisons of Spanish troops and volunteers in all of the small towns around Santiago for a radius of twenty live or thirty miles which are well fortified and have good artil- Â¬ lery with which they havebeen successful in standingoff the insurgents although the latter have kept them in a stage of siege and have cut off their supplies from the country The people of Santiago have been fed Now that the block- Â¬ with produce that has been brought in by boats ade has stopped that they will be dependent entirely upon what they had in store and the vegetables that can be raised in the surburbs of the city The normal population of Santiago is 71000 by the latest official re- Â¬ turns which has been increased to 100000 by the military garrison The town is easily fortified and difficult of assault because of the hills surrounding it It lies in a pocket The fortifications on the land side are more formidable than those on the sea and are well defended by mod- Â¬ ern Krupp rapid fire guns Capt Poey says it would require a large force and a tmnendous sacrifice of life before the city could be taken A short line of railway runs up from Santiago city about thirty miles in to the interior to a town called St Luis Another line of railway con- Â¬ nects the iron mine at Cobre which belonged to the Rockefellers with their docks on Santiago bay Both of these roads are well fortified the entire distance and protected by Spanish troops and volunteers Within the fortified zone outside of the city there are perhaps 20000 soldiers which make a total of 50000 that will have to be dealt with when an at- Â¬ tack is made The only way to capture Santiago Capt Poey thinks would be to drive the outlying garrison into the city cut off their sup Â¬ plies from the country and starve them out1 This would of course occas- Â¬ ion a good deal of suffering and the sacrifice of the lives of great many innocent people chiefly women and children because the soldiers would be the first to be fed J L Bailey proprietor of the The Howell mystery has been stranger who- was European Hotel on Seventh street solved The found helpless on the railroadi has disappeared track Friday recovered conscious He left the city on the 23d instant ness Saturday and was able to give4 and his wife nor any of his relatives an account of himself Jt know his whereabouts He gave his name as Dr M D Mr Bailey is twenty three years Churchill and says his home was in England He claimed to be very old and has been a man of temper- Â¬ wealthy and highly connected Ac- Â¬ ate habits and good character cording to his statement his aunt His domestic relations were appar- Â¬ was a sister of Hon Wm E Glad- Â¬ His wife is at a loss stone which would make him a ently happy to account for his strange conduct nephew of the Grand Old Man He One u eek ago yesterday he pack- Â¬ said he left his trunks in Evansville to ed his grip and told his wife that and had been to Dixon Tenn look at some land with a view to he was going to take a trip She buying it and that he was knocked did not suspect that he Was going in the head where he was found a great distance and did not inter-Â¬ and robbed of 800 by unknown i parties He was walking from rogate him closely as to the object Clarksville and stopped at Bells to of his trip Several days passed get some medicine As reported in and she began to be somewhat un Â¬ the Kentuckian Churchill was tak- Â¬ easy about him Then her father en to Mr Foxs where he remained Rives received a until Sunday He then left for Mr Steve Clarksville saying he wonld cable letter from him mailed on a to England for some money His train saying he had that income he said was 25000 pounds gone great Â¬ expressing the a year His business in America est fondness for his wife and tell- Â¬ was to seek landed investments for ing Mr Rives to take good care of if - tion Now Enroute Orders To Start From Tampa At I 0Clock This Morning Washington May 30 Special The troops at all of the Gulf points will begin to board the transports to morrow morning for the in- Â¬ vasion of the West Indies Gen Miles has issued orders to this effect It is learned that there will be three separate expeditions consisting of thirty thousand troops in all Tne details of the time and places of the proposed landing are not knovn and are kept secret by the department There have been several successful expeditious landed in Cuba dur Â¬ ing the past few clays carying arms and munitions of war for the insur- Â¬ gents Porto Rico First Then Havanna Will Be Taken Washington May 30 Special Orders are being sent in great rusn io me ooum mis morning anu nurneu preparations are being made here to hasten commanding and staff officers to the front The War De- Â¬ partment has closed and no one not even members of Congress are admitted in the offices of war 1 can state that the first invading army will be upwards of 25000 men to be landed near Santiago The city is to be taken and as soon as the ileet within port is made harmless and the fortifications are in the hands of Americans the city will be used as a base of supplies for the army which will be continued to Porto Rico Â¬ I W -- lvv tfTfV Dewejf Captures Another Ship The Spanish Gunboat Leyte Hong Kong May The British second claBB cruiser Pique has arrived here from Iloilo and Manila She reports all quiet at both places Supplies are reaching Manila plentifully from the surrounding country There is no panic at Manila The Americans have captured the Spanish gunboat Leyte which was attempting to run dispatches into Iloilo 304-Speeial- -- - T 4 t i Still In the Cadiz Harbor v iN t jfloyr VorkrjgijiJbot Is That Second Spanish Ejeet SpecJaU s ftar fjjit A dispatch to the Herald from GN nays ftki It tttajr bf natively stated that there has been np f rompfclt uf tj HiiUhrtMrYc Squadron qi gSdW i - The letter was brief and con- Â¬ tained no intimation as to where the writer could be reached or where he was going An older brother of Mr Bailey He reached the city Saturday made arrangements for his broth ers family to give up theEuropean Hotel and rented them ahome in the He thinks that his brother city will return soon TWENTY FOUR GET IN He left no debts of consequence behind him and had been doing List of Hopkinsville Men Who moderately well with the European Joined Gaines Company No cause can be assigned Hotel The company mustered in at Lex for his eccentric course ington with Noel Gaines as Captain YOU NEED NOT WALK is charged up to Hopkinsville although less than one third of the men are from Hopkinsville From If Youd Rather Ride Heres Your the published list the following are Chance the Hopkinsville men and the positions they fill Lieut W T Johnson of the Robt C Payne Second Lieuten- Tenth cavalry colored will be at ant Bowling Green from to day until Hiram P Thomas First Sergeant about June 4th securing recruits J II Wicks Second Sergeant From Bowling Green he will come E P Zimmer Sergeant to this city and be here possibly on M J Coleman Sergeant Saturday and not later than Mon Â¬ E W Starling Sergeant day and remain several days C E Jackson Corporal Any colored men who want to join F J Pattin Corporal the army can secure further in- Â¬ Gus Breathitt Corporal formation by calling upon Mr J J E Buchanan Corporal M Higgins who already has a con- Â¬ Felix Robinson Corporal siderable number of prospective re- Â¬ C S Waller Mayfield Corporal cruits in readiness for Lieut John- Â¬ W P Winfree Jr Musician sons coming Jas Wootton Wagoner Privates Jas M Breathitt E Alger Trying To Head Off Bryan H Brown R H Bush C A Brum Lincoln Neb May 30 There is field W M Cornelius Walter little probability that Col W J Couch Pembroke Harry L Gi Bryan will get to war with his vo- Â¬ Wm C Mills E P Morgan lunteer regiment The Third Regi Â¬ rard Robt F McDaniel F O Prowse ment of which Mr Bryan wastobe Otho the commanding officer is ready for Cadi Hugh G Thompson VaughanWm B Witty and The the field but Secretary Alger in- Â¬ J Williams Trenton sists on having the men in the Third to fill to the maximum the Col Smiths Trip South regiments already in the service Col and unless Gov Holcomb can have A Lexington dispatch says Smith has requested the transpor- Â¬ the Secretary change this order Col tation department at Chicago to Bryan will not get to war unless send the Third regiment to Chat- Â¬ there is a third call and his regi- Â¬ tanooga by way of the Louisville ment answers that and Nashville road in order that BASEBALL NEWS the boys may pass through that SPECIAL section of the State where their parents and friends reside As yet New York 6 Cleveland 2 8 9 he has not been informed as to whether this will be done but it is Washington 5 St Louis 3 Pittsburg 1 Baltimore 2 believed that the regiment will be 9 3 sent by the Southern direct Col Philadelphia 6 Louisville 1 SmithH idea was to leave Lexing- Â¬ 5 ton Wednesday morning and reach Bostpn 11 Chicago 1 next morning alChattanooga the 3 2 lowing- short stops at each of the Â¬ Brooklyn 4 Cincinnati 6 small tqwnB enroute through South r3 2 western Kentucky her Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ his capital Churchill that was his real name was master of seven different languages and was un- Â¬ doubtedly a man of wide informa- Â¬ tion and aristocratic breeding He was very sensitive and refused to accept money when he was ques- Â¬ tioned so closely that he saw that his story was not given full cre dence It is not known what became of him after he reached Clarksville 1 A Colored Major The Only One In All the Army Washington D C May 30 Special Four companies of colored troops at Camp Russell A Alger near Washington were reviewed by the President yesterday Three of them are from Ohio and one from Massachusetts and in their equipment and appearance they are sur Â¬ passed by few of the white troops They are commanded by Maj Chas Young Young is the only colored officer in the United States army He was born in Kentucky thirty one years ago and secured an appoint Â¬ ment to West Point from the 12th district of Ohio in a competitive exami nation against twenty seven white candidates lie stood well at the academy and had comparatively little difficulty Upon receiving his commission as second lieutenant he was assigned to the 10th cavalry and served with his regiment for five years and has won the respect of the officers and men For the last two years he has been detailed as instrcctor of military tactics at Wilberforce university Antioch O Colored regiments have already been offered under the new call from New York Missouri Kentucky and Ohio Our Schley Was Shy and Saw The Dons In Santiago Harbor Special Washington May 30 In addition to the bulletin given out at 1 oclock this morning was stated positively that Commodore Schley had seen and recognized the Spanish Ileet in the harbor of Santi Â¬ ago de Cuba and had them safely trapped It is said that Commodore Schley reported seeing three Spanish cruisers of the Vizcaya type and two or three smaller vessels It is thought that there can beno doubt that the fourth cruiser was there but that the Commodore was not in position to get a view of it The grateful information simplifies the situation The campaign will now move on Britisher Pulled for Trying To Sell Coal To Cervera Special The British steamer Re- stormel was brought in here this morning under her own steam by a prize crew She was captured while trying to put into Santiago de Cu- ha with a cargo of coal Lieut Pattson the prize commander of the Restorml made an explicit statement this morning saying the steamer 1 hove to after the first shot He added that the Spanish foits did not ap pear to notice the captureThe Lieutenant also said the Rcstormel isuninjurcd and he has made the bhjuo statement to tlu Federal officials hirf A Key West Fin May 30 a 4 -- Ji Jl t JL JL Aj ima J kjXmyx J tWJfciiShf tin mii wi if I ln i n t ZCbe Dail ftentuchian Tiif S EVERYTHING IN KBAWNESS kn Publ shed every morulnjr except Monday by Delivered by carriers to all paru o the city 10 OBHTS KBK WSJSX CXAS M aUSACXAM SUQ 8 Main The Arcndln Motel at Dawson at Full Blast Tremendous Sacrifice TN- - i11 T linni r NEW GOODS - -- - I V The aumitlcr season has fairly at the celebrated Dawson Jeb Month Springs and viijors are pouring in from all over the country some to The Mayor of Owensboro will put spend a week and some to remain CardcifasjOiafbor has been com ijletclycToscd by the Spaniards by into effect the ordinance ordering forlsovurnl nmntlia The Arcadia 3Q placing1 obstructions in the mouth the killing of all untagged dog in Hotel 18 how ready to recciveguest r the city after June 1st Vhe police and as usual will give the verj- of the harbor have been instructed to poison them best of accommodations at most The Richmond Time suggests and this calls forth a vigorous pro Â¬ reasonable rates The large num tliatcorlcrdW instead of twin screw test from the Inquirer which says bcr of beautiful shade trees cover Â¬ ships wVlI Wenecded if this bottling This is ridiculous as well as in ing the grounds around this noted btisiricss continues human If there is to be a dog kill- Â¬ hostelry and much beauty as well ing let it be after catching the dog 6corgc Vanderbilt wil shortly be and keeping him a reasonable time as comfort to the surroundings and guests arc not slow to show their married to Miss Edith Dresser a in order to allow his owner s chance Is invited to inspect my largo stock of Spring Dry Goods Notions Cloth Â¬ appreciation of this as welas the stately young woman who is six to pay the tax and take him out many other comforts enjoyed by ing etc before making their purchases Everything new and in all feet tall and divinely fair If no owner comes then let the those who spend their summer at departments n killing proceed but let it be done The Spanish torpedo boat de- - a humane way that will not set the the Arcadia stroyerTerror made the trip from perpetrators down as having no Of the health giving properties of Martinique to San Juan safely and feeling for a helpless brute or for the Dawson water so mttchJias al Ready-To-- W ready been said that it would be is now in the latter harbor people who may be forced to the useless to attempt a further men- Â¬ witness the agonies of a dor which tion The main well is situated in They are Dandies An Indianapolis man has sued made by the best tailors and from THE BESrI CLOTH has been given poison the yard of the Arcadia Hotel Com Â¬ his wife- - for divorce because she panys grounds and the water is oersisted in thinkinir more of the A Paducah paper says it is prob Â¬ of him free to all patrons An excellent family cat than she did able that Ben C Keys the Pop IN SHU A he room is also upon the grounds will not bath Hustler has ulist nominee for Congress The tMadisonville and guests of the hotel can indulge make the race When nominated found its daily edition so profitable in a hot or cold bath atwill Daw- Â¬ GIVE US A CALL AjW WE WILL PLEASE YOU he stated that he would accept on for the first month that it will con- Â¬ son Springs is not only the place condition that he could raise the tinue its publication for an indef- Â¬ for the weary and those broken money necessary to pay his ex- Â¬ inite period down in health but is an excellent REMEMBER THE PLACE Next Door to Hardwicks penses He has not been able to do place to spend the hot summer days this and itis believed that he will Congressmen Robbins of Penn there being many and varied at slyvania and Broussard of Louis- Â¬ withdraw shortly If he does so tractions to aid them in passing the iana have left their seats in Con- Â¬ the committee will make another time pleasantly The fare at the The Republicans will gress to enter the volunteer army nomination Arcadia is always the best that not have a candidate this year but for Cuban invasion offord and is prepared to will support the Populist candi markets sun me taste or an epicure It you of Mississippi date Gov McLaurin anticipate a trip to Dawson this Arc you interested in the prices of Ladies and Childrens Slippers has filled the vacancy in the Senate season stop with N M Holeman Clarksville Belle to Harry caused by the death of Senator Company proprietors of the Ar- Â¬ F this is an opportunity that you cant afford to miss To close these lines Walthtall by the appointment of Miss Sara Yancey Gill one of the cadia and you will have nothing to prettiest and most accomplished Hon Win V Sullivan out right away we have decided to cut the 1 TWO- - All of ouHndies and young ladies in Clarksville society regret v childrens slippers was is to be married on Wednesday Where is the Klondike AGENTS WANTED one of the questions in the recent June 27th to Mr J S Botts a bril- Â¬ examination of teachers and about liant young attorney of Lexington of Wm E Gladstone two thirds of the applicants missed Miss Gill is well known in this city For the Life Our Little Giant shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to By John Clark Ridpath LL D it by locating it in Alaska and has many friends here who ex- Â¬ this market and every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of this assertion tend congratulations in advance of France says The most celebrated orator and j President Faurc FITZHUGH LEES STAFF statesman of modern times His Miis irovernment will maintain a brilliant genius and remarkable strict neutrality in the Hispano character his grand achievements - His Own Son jAmerican war and that he hopesand Grants Grand- as Leader and Prime Minister his Ipeace will soon be restored magnificent triumphs in great polit- Â¬ son Are flembers ical struggles including his famous speeches striking incidents per- Â¬ 4 After the Governor handed the Tampa Fla May 30 MajGen sonal anecdotes etc Many superb WORTH 75c 100 125 and 1 50 commissions to the officers of the Fitzhugh Lee commanding the Phototype engravings Over 650 Third regiment he was informed pages only 250 Splendid A byLieut Col Jouett Henry that Seventh Army Corps announced his vassing Outfit with valuable Cani pre the regiment would be known as staff officers as follows mium ICHUS aim iuu instruction Personal staff First Lieut Al- Â¬ sent free for 36 cents in stamps to the Bradley Legion gernon Sartoris First Regiment cover postage Most liberal terms 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 125 and 150 guaranteed Twenty days credit r Although only about one fourth of United States Volunteer Engineers paid Agents making 5 the members of Company E are First Lieut Fitzhugh Lee Jr Freight day Be to S30 a first in the field from Hopkinsville Gov Bradley in First Regiment United States Vol- Â¬ Order outfit to day Experience sists upon calling it the Hopkins- Â¬ unteer Engineers Corps staff not necessary as everybody wants We will also put in this sale our entire line of black kid and tan ville Company This is done to Lieut L H Dorst Assistant Ad- Â¬ it Mention this paper MONROE BOOK CO Dept J Dearborn St button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 33s at same big reduction destroy the claim of Hopkinsville jutant General Capt R E L Half for a company in the new regiment Michie Assistant Adjutant Gener- Â¬ Chicago we are still selling at prime Eastern al Lieut Col W R Liverpool Hopkinsville Produce Harket Geo D Todd Louisvilles first Chief Engineer Lieut Col Curtis New York Cost and last Republican Mayor has Guild Jr InspectorGeneral Lieut Cash prices paid by Hopkinsville tt t f merchants announced himself a candidate for Col J N Morrison Deputy Judge the Republican nomination for Con- Â¬ Advocate General Lieut Col L M Bacou -H gress in the Fifth district and will Maus Chief Surgeon Lieut Col liuluo uuuuuj litmiVC probably make it interesting for C P Miller Chief Quartermaster buoulders fe 4i8Jo Walter Evans Lieut Col O E Wood Chief Com- Â¬ Sides 68c missary Pending the arrival of Lard The fleet cruiser Columbiaput in- Â¬ 5i7Jc Lieut Col Miller Lieut Col Wood to New York harbor Sunday with a THE PRESENT CRISIS is appointed Chief Commissary of Country Produce great jagged hole in her starboard the Butter Seventh Army Corps It is the 1620c side She had been in a collision Eggs to place several more vol- intention I2i0 with the British steamer Foscolia New feathers enteer regiments atPalmettoBeach 3032c THE POST DISPATCH which was sunk The Columbia the main camping ground of the vol- Â¬ Beeswax 2022c rescued the Captain and all twenty Tallow unteer troops around Tampa 8c Is tltc Only Inil you have seen my new line of imported one of the merchantmans crew Giueoug per lb The First Florida which has been S2225 St Louis Paper Honey I0o It will be remembered that Dewey encamped on the old Fort Brooke SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS With Its Own Staff CorrespoudcntB did not stay outside the harbor of reservation was moved to Palmet- Â¬ Tiib waBhed wool 2880c at all Poiutsof Interest Greased Manila for ten days wondering to Beach to day I guarantee QUALITY STYLE and 1820o At Havana 2 WORKMAN- Burry wool Mr Sylvester Scovol whether or not the Spanish fleet 1014o WEATHER FORECASTS SHIP the best that money can secure At Madrid J5n Z was inside It will also be recalled Poultry Mr A E Houghton thai- it did not take him long to get At Washington Old chickens live per lb Afp Kfrmlinn Tlntianl down to business after the enemy Indications That a Stormy Time Avuuaiuia vjc VAt New York Is Just Ahead had been located Turkeys per lb Co X Mr Morton Watkius CE No 14 South Main Ducks J 4c This month has been one of fear- Â¬ Hicks the weather prophet is ful mortality among the Spanish summing up the character of weath Grain THE NEWS OF TnU DAY IN iAl to the sensational even- Â¬ er we may look for from the first to according Clover per bushol 3 5THF POST DISPATCH ing papers that deal altogether in the tenth of June says Oats homo grownjpor bu 8a8o rumors Three great battle swere The first storm period for June Com 35q tlC cents a week seven days if de- ijirereu oy ugent uu cents a month reported in which the Spanish loss extends from 1st to 5th The equi- Â¬ Wheat 7 9jc if sent by mail was 1200 men At Cardenas 500 nox of Mercury and the beginning Live stock v were killed at Cienfuegos 200 and of the June solstice will both add to Hogs S3 150 JV at Santiago only last Saturday 500 this regular storm period Sheep S2f0350 AU merely nominal nrlco tho Now York more The only ground for this On the 4th the moon is full vv V Cattlo edKorlsiimkliigonoof thu most remarkable 2fifi04 JCnmeri orient bloody report was the killing of one and at both her perigee of the season Thoynru nemllng Calves S3B04 out an lmiiiPiiKo number otoameras to all liarU man and the wounding of three or and greatest declination south of tho United States It in in reality but four at Cienfuegos Expect ram hail much lightning HideB and Furs r - ri i with some hard winds and possible Green hides Outdoing others Outdoing ourselves in vnluo giving Greater Ikr G7c Orders have been issued to Gen tornadoes Change to cooler high Â¬ Greon Baited hidos 8c for the Camera with complete outfit for pho gnins moro Bargains than over before Wo aro soiling clicapor bocauso touraphiiiKorid developing Shatter to embark his troops at er pressure and westerly windb day Dry Hint in12o full particular regardlnit tliUSend to nbfo for wo aro soiling moro Wo linvo romart of Tampa for transportation to Cuba will come in from northwest behind fori os It Ja extremely limited The Camera ia Vegotablea thorouKlilylilBljKraileandllratolaw In oveiy under a Btrong convoy of warships the storms spreading eastward respect fltted with all modern Improvement Hats trimmed in the latest styles 7Ep and 1b guaranteed as represented Address There will be no more Gussie busi Â¬ generally and modifyingthe weath- Â¬ Now potatoes per bushel Sailors in all the new shapes and colors Cabbage per head A OA3IEKA DEFAIUMENT HlOc ness but the next invasion will be er up to about the 7th or 8th i Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for tritnminz a business transaction The press Reactionary weather conditions THE NEW YOtfK LEDGER SuuiliiyKxcuralon lUtm LBPQPU JI0lLPlS8NYCITV censor will suppress all news about will take place on and touching the The Illinois Coutral R R will sell nave you seen our line of new belts the invasion until the troops have 9th and 10th Barometer will fall Sunday fexciuHiou tickets to nil stn Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corsets RflVQ fchouldeendatoiioefor BPoinl f rd been landed in Cuba If necessary in the regular order growing lions within 127 miles of Honkius1 Py mlum Hit JusWwtued Watches Bargains speak for tliMclvc mtuunvuv the censorship will be extended to warmer and ending in more storms turu limit j4uofjur ruuuu irm lie renting IrpiiMU Air tttflee toand p a I o Hosjery handkerchiefs etc vany valuable srtlolw are be UlQL0 date kmle-J- -E M Susu Hlvenawoy of rain wind hail and thunder the mails wood Agt k smwoxxTTiox hate 85 Per Week opeiied 10 JQ METZS STORE The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Rttvers up-to-date THE PUBLIC SEE Our ear Suits ft we nave to Best Latest Sfrfc- - Ladies and Childrens Slippers 2M SO AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS Â¬ Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers CUT PRICE 40c 50c765c and 75c CUT PRICE 40 50 65 75 GTS Little Giant REMEMBER Clothing Price MAMMOTH O LOTHHSTQ- vvi SHOE CO Dont Do a Thing 1 2 56c - J L Tobin Tailor 3 p THE PALACE i Millinery Millinery i JP wYorkUafcoriLf BulldW JfewYorfc fJ Jyivs Axla iLaVne jrfl Yr irihn iimwyLMMLiiiJi REViSED gSTORY C I E Io0n m spent Im co prapom te Iuni epjjiifi making the 10 I 0r ftb-M-- XjbIIS AHjIHAT rfcrtlisfc JOTtrnwBt Undt rtRkes to met One oi Our MJjukon Nbtlona Those poor slrnplc mindcd Kiw-k- - Iilving t h world ov ir there an city vae in i ut iii neatii una one and sxiou of the British diiring the Rvf ilicd prison labor thit- has been vn Jnly a quarter births per second 4iWiig incrafts of iiittnUy Jiwoi p njjnr jart of the rovolutiouu war one half of all born into the woi Id live1 ilie oft celebrated Kv uiaiioti v tfid cOHvicfp to the ago of 17 years in CiHtettsnnt 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per cover years old Ho will Fish liookj Snaps Descriptive Catalogue of the Na simo ho was ten I In Roanoko coi ft Salr Vt total Portrait Gallery Abridged Mo graduate with the highest honors at Wo havomanv some iii each f you cant fight fish w sell 100 arc five student1- dnmCyica hrJiine vW1 and Continued by Lionel Gust the coming commentioment fi h hookVfor 5c FibIi linen 15 feot The greatestrsunp is Ear next ono of them will grawHfK md M Tho names of no fewer than 105 A Director Keeper and il96rSnaps2oeaeh long for lo Jointed polos 10c Wo he will be the liist foresaid take the ban Â¬ battles VW bavb SJotno bettor HueH tfud hooks Socrctiiiy Thii great collopilon of ners of arc cmblazoncd on thewhich degree of bachelor of aarffc In A v riea regiments Files tho various Visit our hardware department pin traits of national worthies in Â¬ But nifuiy For 30yerti3HtjntorJ3ovi uT n form tho British army In files we have all kinds Hound cludes one of Charles Mnrqms Corn Picture Frames hoth as nesota lias betm collecting book re- Â¬ wallls K file square files half round 8 corC by Gainsborough and actiow of gmt importance the roll to ISIapeleon Uonaparto Some and nered iilet mill saw files lating regards military results For Boldiowj Or lovers8c fio 10c 12c its description in the catalogue ir of them arorarr- and of great value 15c to 75c killed and wounded are not so com- Â¬ In Collars uppleipented by aJJO Jine biographv of The collection now ntyitlRp ov r SOU memorated fortho1 informallbn and instriutfion Alirrors i Wo have them from the sublimo to t volumes England haslearncd a lesson from of all BritUh subjeda The learned the ridiculous Boys collars 5c to lc lie 5c 7d 12c to 5110 Wo are aiding gun 40 director keeper and iceretary master the Jtjineson raid Mr II Cavendish A lG inch hrc-Th10c Ladies collars 10c to 15c Mens out of cannon balls but have a full feet long which will thioV a pro jed of arts and fellow of the Society of who was making preparations to lead collars linen 5c to 15u stock of rubber balls at 3c 5c 8c and tde of 8300 pourns is to be con AntiqiinHe has availed himself of a Urge and heavily armed scientific lOe Albo base ballB atlc 5c 8c to Celluloid Collars etracied in the Walervliet arsenal this ppai unity to teach history expedition into tho couutry on tho bleach Baseball mits 8o to 89c CO Its rango will bo not less than ten aiuew For the benefit of those Atnor- - southern border of Abyssinia 1ms We will sond most of our hammocks 5c and 7o each Collar for stove miles It will bt nvurited a Sandy Iqjtnfrljo have not time to await the been notified by the government that to Cuba for U S soldiers but will r pipe 5c Collars for dog 9c and 25c Hook N J MHiip for u short time at 25c 30c each necessary revision of our standard it is advisable for him to postpone his 6j to 31 lY each project The armies ef the chief ntiflthsof histories Mouse traps 2c fio 4c and 5c the essential paragraph Europe on a war footing oidd be as froni this 500 pago publication of Virtue is not a mushroom that Fire Screens Dusters lollows Russia fOOOjOOO j Germany her makvlvs government mav be springetlrtip of itself in one night vmi can use them in front of grate Wlicnw6 are asleep or regard it not 4500000 France 1300000 Italv given in advance It is ai tqllQjta r Wool dusters 10c 15o 18c and 20c lhtivarto deeorato tho honeo but a delicate plant that pruueth 3000000 Austria 00000Tur- Feather dusters 15o 20c and 25c ctwp enough to burn 15c to --J i each hey 700030 Finland tiuOOOO war Lor4 CovrlUl rfflfflLjnvor- - slowly and tenderly needing much tV iJj tt to cultivate it much ov Spain 190000 Brown Domestic service Jrtit ho was at pains usftnilttary Window Shades Eailroad Jack iUhentqnDfc lengtu orcrpowerea ana compciieu guard it much timoto mature it in 4c and 4jc a ynrd vSometmes it is woll to have win- worlds a genteel tramp named llftflfr Wuji tosurr ncltir his whole army to the our untoward soil In this weather un Wo fur- Alarm clocks 50o and 75c shades iu our room chantable and unkindly He has ridden on railiHMTall over united forces of America and France 1 each ready New boob War In Cuba up to to i h them at 10c to Hans Wnchpnhusen who w well the Unitod States without paying at New York October 19 1781 May 1 1898 100 known in Ccripatiya a war tcire fare He has a little hammock which To the IK A hS ATorktmvn Lace Curtains Linen Hats Straw Hats ho swings between the axles of the Was a terra incognita He had heard 6nbndcnt and has written i number e lmce them at 3De to 1 per of novels died recently at Mriurg cars once upon a time however that there STIFF HATS SOFT HATS ir Lsoebetl sots 55a to SI 10 per the J id repoi Strange musical aonrids cmfc from was a small iownsomowhore in Amer- aged 72 years Mattings 8c to 25c per yard Menn straw hats the cool kind Cavi a pickerel caught in Portage ltke ica called STew York so he has iv Crimean war thecal in It Yeddo regular price 25c our price n cam- 10 Pin fish was a wonder until vised the biography of Lord Corn- Â¬ baldis expdif JOB For a rime the Flags 19c an investigation found a jew sharp in walls to agree with the full measure paigu in bchlwmig Ifols oils tie is Menn siraw hats snruples 20 doz Dcorttto yourself decorate Some i ine the fishes throat in such a position of his knowledge of the history of weeks war against Austria no two alike prices 35o to 75c each 1 cent othess lc to 25 ell 3Or worth 75c to 2 each that as it breathed harmonious his own country and of ours Will i ranco rrusian war C irriage bolts lc ach tlu- grue- Berlin ia shuddering at sounds wore evoked average Englishman eyer learn Shoe Tslaekinj ihc lc bos Lamp Suspendrtrs 10c to 50oeach fks or le Lamp burners 4c The ternpcrnture clilclridranges the elementary facts of Ainerciao his oine dijtfovery that there is a t rade Mens sox black tan or grey 5c a understanding hetwoeu professional h IjQuisville Courier Journal piir from 1 to 105 dOgrees FflhrnbSt torj Con peti- Â¬ nurse and undertakers A Spanish proverb deeries it as Music Hath Charms Visit Our Store vCRIMIITAL ANTHROPOLOGY - tion between the latter has raised tho three months of winteivraud nine Come to us for efcrluge Jor banjos regular commission paid ft nurse to Follow the crowd and you will bo months of hell The siuTny side of Italy Eaa Douo More for This Scihce lin9 etc Try U8j We will save you 30per cent of the oost of a funeral with us Our a Madrid street is often 20 degree Than Other Nations i3 half ou your strings Tho fact that a doetov has made this warmer than the shady siSelry Goods Department wo wore asked to name in vvliat state ofthJnp public with the sus If We Sell Tax An old soldier recently raadeap particular Italy stands to day eptitc 3 I a busy plac- just now 20 tlepart a plication for a postmasters ip eajilig head and shoulders above her fellows picionMHijxnO unuoruuiej may nave Of all kinds Brass tux 5o nor 100 nvnta all full or now and seasonable j ihnl nt lnrt TlnnolRnn h6 teccivfcd ft Hve should unherithtiifsnv sav in the to frpirQ witlitliitt profession also goofU at prices that moan n saving I Matting toa 2i boss Carpet tax le auus1 jotne oneariuinesw or wernn j ft i bullet in his left knee As jjfrojf oft paper All mnosoi snoe tax most to yem of 10 to 75 per cent seienee of criminal anthropology patients uny kind of tax except State and ins statement no lomvarrteu an j trj This is an essentially Italian study New Goods Every Day eouuty tot fy photograpk of his knee which shows WHY THE GOOSE tBUiLY whose origin we discover as early as is still tlure iWWJWBBCTatmWM that the bullet 1320 when the king of he Two SiA new lino of business forwomen is cilies decreed that no one should be Wao Onca tha Wisest of i CrSWre- s- A Tale for Criiiarj6 that of music teachers asistarit permitted to practice medicine who daily piano had not studied anatomy for at least She superintends the Wliy is the goose practice of children in familieswhere one year this in the four od Grandpa Longbow After expensive inusic teachers- - Are cm teenth century we Jind men who de- his papermfr- th Da y fen ployed Her carufid supervision con- Â¬ voted themselves to the study of goose was once the all it tributes gi eatly to the prbiioiCncy of skulls thus laying the foundation of crcatmcs the pupils 41 Yon rlmit the science of craniology It was Forty one years ago the steamer Italians therefore who initiated this Then it might be TrV315 41 1 Arabia was sunk in tho Sliwouri war science and to Italy has been reserved boys and girls to hear tMrttStory Farlcville Anfpng ts argo fere sev- Â¬ jlhe proud place of bringing it to its of what happened to thfigwSMr eral barrels of wlosky Sevwftreftorts high development in the nineteenth Long ago when tho rabbitf liad Ito recover thd whiskyhvelieiinchi the longest tail of any crertturo liv- Â¬ concur even though tho discoveries ityXafi of Darwhjj which gave it a fresh im- Â¬ ing and when the eagle tlioB the WL and ten timca iUi viiten been invested in the e n reprise most timid of birds used to livo on petus date from Fnglaud Beyond all without success question the peninsula is at tho head pumpkin seed the goose was very wf m It walked about with a digand front of all studies connected wise r WAS THE MAH TO BAME with criminal anthropology only but nified bearing that 3x111 can yet see traces ofih spito of its waddling nyteow ConU Wot Vo of all cognate sciences connected with His Gallantry and by asking questions of everyone it k crime and the criminal Te the Italians belongs tho merit learned all that was really to bokiiown tr Hlin intnunil n irviSni flthfcihfi sTTfttir- st a I11031101 about tno dry land tcenth street last Friday But tho learned goese whsstil uiuosojmy juw mm iueu- of which wer occupied 8 Gas unsatisfied lolna hiva alWavs been occunioel It M0iasV3iicv not compelled tnhjiug on to ti strap Why it cxclinicdvvthoiVrorld hasbwia walljomftvktd that whenever Â¬ 9 A male porsoiij seemingly a gentleueyuc io saiguiru socioiy ino is more than three fourths water and A ML man arose and offered her u seat into ma though I know nil that jlpbeJcnown which sho sank with a polite recogni- Â¬ spirit of toleration the methods of on inul about dry landIirn iglnorant Uie fate of the guilty ameliorating tion of the t ourtcsy md all the grace of evorvthinj in the watQrHL gen- Â¬ have been studied by thinker their of a well bred w otmm of 4 The So the goose sot abujpkiriiin con- 1HP tleman or the mal biped who had conceptions have eventually totluj now to swim andlit vc andaJsIrsnatiy c quered public opinion It is assumed tho guise of a gentlemanyears of study and it M iopuued up their show clung to a strap as gracefully a his glory of Italy the land where Icomaii leained all about tho MlarlCtlK law the foundation of modern lijWi and ihc sixty odd years would permit riups or mo season in mo again putiitb ereatur9 that live 111 ityisuouil it i car rolled on forlwoorthreaeqaares wa born that it has kWiu not ilisficd ETJILJ0ING Main Vr- before any change in thf situation oe the crucible this nroblcn of criifu f vl kinow very little al kWiKtii iuftlity anil that it has proceeded o at where they have a stock 1 curred il the Study of this problem by the only aruu iiu- iiixivu iiuusu lSiWWV a largo womaiu sitting uojet Then W the lutet improved iarn hew to fly like thejl RfllfiN thai to tho seat vacated by tho gentTemnn truly scientific method ruaniely ihalij J will b c bio to take Jon iptfiliPi Bmumw of crini Si and filled by the lady to wlujm Jiehmd of fudying tb psychology t ntfMHnnTi m than are possible for 01 jbimil rrrJLi vmurmi inals and thfilpatjiologTeilabhornu as Bax3jE8Eror eie tendered it loft the car and alsoleft WE tt Pflpijhu swims and walKs a vacaht spacQ wide enough for two- UeR Tlelen Ziminen After muoli practice TloEiooso - li Cost Frice iiy Srienw Moutfrlvf tiLjmjrv HvuiigcimjmajQitupon tm may of learned to ny mux tnat qii ffiUiilfflt to CI J Be Rented uissiorym Uammers Drivp by Air Wthluaebout travel so niuclvftftd learn so miHESMt tiipNotwrntii sxmt oi a- foot and o1 Rn brain driven sbi it finally fill Pneumatic hammer selves abroad unti oapSfttr Year it recoVeied itimind w airflffnfcAfod vPV coniprBdKbair ore now geuirjdky anraifaiw prod with garments hHd1 np and if couldnt toll who mftatWBhd KiKW instwu or nana jnuor lor dear good souls werysorlm BIV UJJI1M1 i aip al0HgeiitH for M GEIN- mmuc ihf cleaning iron ami Hojmsta Ho need to the Mtfclike th tented WEISBACI LAMP ImSs or tl land as to Trsiuiiiy hlllots so vrlueh free filMjn flrv eagle like lUtiiw pincej raws lik 1 But the man on tho strap jUKLi2MVAHKI Ihc would l5s Buffet LirM ie wttuueo filled with hcatiiude On the eufr isMHUl illlijr delects wandering about a Jiomeii WtcOHiev 3i w traiy that man felt tho unholy fire of nwmm finished forms into T lwv fuolish bird antul becau mmrfc S indignation when- btesoul slumld have imfmiittfltorollitl or drawn too many quentVjflS uh iPffTMflCOO VT VW lwmnjjnujH do the work of tlt 1 M9tU reJoU in the happiness of his m igh iwtit IM same nrinoinh tis betn muclu IjJiij ypu xpwt tniln tfy rji bors I will not fell yuKRVtlic No applH in lPslijpynd for calking A W will send yit friift palfUiKt In hisapger ho actually let guthe ia whih thaloVJlcimbowoilved varv Wbbit lost it all and largH Wfccuou pi sampliH frpiji m stTap and boldjy tnd brazidy step Â¬ mMbtr el ngiJlfJWOl ivr or eix eama bravo and fierce l nd irllMp Ail new ping up toMlm gent which hv bad the fate of Urn goose uiiftaatlry tu date surrendered said rPiter much al o to learn VKKMS9T W- vutnl an awnt Quito BffijiptMcArthur in Nr T hidfrtfldwt llayl troubloVfdait ulftsep itywii to tdl on conunifon To cut this narrative short ho re- No eHpitl IktlyIlow dicl yovie1 wc m liirk mnM bookH Ca tornias Wtn PHhct Only Liquor Store in Christian County y cavevod Jiis scat jjutiho look of in- accept old UilfiouB k auht f For iupIH Qi partioulf MikltMHH Ma j VtH n twoUdro J Lettjw ITe ujgiHfjou ami Jiuimegr mgnuy WW WOHQvWnsmri Vt fwtr rm 0 203 SOUTH M AjN STREET oviweiu3 tho myk mvmiwUW Helhwliidccd 0aliforKlat V-Will Mmvt Ihdt roan fo ha dMdftyA T tty Veaj sleep itnpdrcrl pnd uallonsfirVd of olwiaiifQfiPjjP00 747 758 Ninth Ave N Y Qity S- ceu gallons X iw4 W6 VSt Since the Indiana fHt few iiLvcnthina that were ex- pceted to re vol n Uoflbje the world ever did if i- taMM itpl jrfit ore tliu their1 beloved 3 Tke Big Store Kentucky I inl RACKFTT Hi Â¬ MM bejit 1 S0fi Talk Some Prices Sonic Facts r - FSA Â¬ - of-f-- al-ni- -t Sti Â¬ -- i - Q w Js - -- 1 W II Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ slUrkcai fagaowii - frsQjP M 5 Til 1 Sto re t jjltttle j THE R AC - br Hopkinsville Kentucky Â¬ w WWWWWfWWf mwWM wwwwwwwww Js bursites tSmM1f W f jooii 1E m J I Wh iskies -- l iLl uivig -- rtiiu8 tf Brandies Wine n ti -- - 1 I n 11 wmmi -- kj -- - - sJH Mth wc - y3ii There are many Spurious Kinds s atid ttiany Then there is a ials T vft W WB Andr iUiP1 KIND Daoi is what we SELL The best Kind at as Sow atifl - t 1 mlc K L PAPER cmjr rious kinds are Sold prices as the spu TRIAL 18 COW VI ICiNC -- ivIHp - VMflT - i R oyaiuciu or Co J SA MPEJL jW ri is r - I- 0 veafw00p00 lj j won ri f r fe4 - T 1J ayttjfC nd- Propr L i fla 5 aJOifcjlSfikjUj jt C A ii- - ju v1 iiii Zn T BKiiSfflnST 1 J VSE2- Fill I HfP W V fi X S2 iHltili iliii Mil riflM jK jjflupii k Oilfctfti Wniiill1ii ijMUltoMfrjylj EDUCATIONAL ITEMS Mr PERSONAL dOSSlI Belle Stowe of Clinton Ky IMPilRTIAl HANDS flowers Over Graves ofSoIiliers4 w ntting hifthner a patriotic poem en was in the city yesterday Twenty Four Applicants Awarded Certificates a - shopping in the cityyeslerday Jr A C Brasher a prominent fnGrchant of Crbfton was nore ycs Wiis Mrs Fnmswortb of Pee Doe Scaltftr K t m Scwral Teachers From Tills Cou- Â¬ Mr W A Wilgus will nty VVM Attend National Asso- day for Sherman Texas elation At Washington Mr Robt E Cook te relay Decoration lUave to Â¬ to visit Day Observed With Appropriate Exercises At Hopewell Mr R E Fiolds and daughter Miss Catherine of Elmo were in h Sflhe thirty four white appli Â¬ the city shoppingyestcrday cants for teachers certificates ex Â¬ Mrs Nick LaceyandMrs Foster amined last week eleven failctf to wore of Kirkmansville McCown gfe Sixverc awarded HrefAslass7 shopping in the city yesterday qrtificates ten second class and Miss Edna Nash leaves thi third class morning for Louisville where she will spend a week with her mothen CChc examination of colored closed at the colored just Dr S II Williams of Croflon public school building The pa Â¬ attended the commencement exer per of 50 applicants are now in he cises at Bethel Female College last hands of the examining board night appli-cants-has Memorial Day waa observed at Hopewell Cemetery ybtgterday by John V Boyd Post amf Chas L Tilt gVaves White Post G A R I m iVnumber of teachers from this city and countywill attend the an- Â¬ nual session of the National Edu Â¬ cational Association which con venes in Washington July 12 The following named gentlemen are interested personally in State Edlictional matters snd are anx Â¬ ious that Kentucky send a large representation to the meeting at They will go with Washington the special train and cordially in- Â¬ vito their friends whether teachers or not to join with them Any com- Â¬ munications addressed them relative to the trip will receive prompt and courteous attention JC W Weavers-Director forKentncky N 13 A Paris Ky E H Mark Superin- Â¬ tendent City School Louisville H Bartholomew Principal Wjm Female High School Louisville W GjjMcBroom Supt Public Schools Paducah McIIenry Rhoads Supt Miss Mamie McCullugh of Hen derson will return hpme this morn- Â¬ ing after a very pleasant visit to Mrs Thos W Long -- Mr P B Pendleton of Pem- Â¬ broke was in town yesterday and paid his subscription to the Ken tuckian for the twentieth year He was a charter member in 1S79 Mr J N Lacy ofKirkmansille was here Mondav He savs the continued wet weather has greatly My God to rhee Thrall and Jones will now retarded tobacco planting as the Master Al in Clark recited in a cced to tell all about river bottom lands have been kept amaamimmn mm wti i am iaJnjBwwwrwtnMBi HfT7 izfTf too wet to prepare the ground HERE AND THERE You can buy the Federal and Confederate dead were strewn impartially with fresh and fragrant flowers A large stand was ej ected in the Southern portion of the cemetery and in irottf ot jtnis a tent was Over the grave of Gen pitched James Jackson near hi stand float ed a large national Jlag On the stand were seated1 Ihb members of the G A R poststhe choir and prominent local citizens After the reading of the orderV by the adju- Â¬ tant the choir sang The City of the Dead and RevS N Vail of fered a fervent prtfyer The Odd Fellows band rendered Nearer of titled The Mustering In of Com Â¬ pany G Master James Breathitt won much applause by his admlra UKyecitation Sleep Softly Sleep far M M Hanbery of Cadiz who him been Selected ns- - the orator of the da Waslntroduced to the au dfeifbjVIrIIanbery spoke forty To the five minutes and was heard through out with the deepest interest His speech was thoroughly patriotic and eloquent and contained no For we will ifght the ship while a planks afloat or a man Now is the time or action as it is daily being proven Sentiments that overy American survives could not endorse The exercises that to the victor belongs the spoils clottfctwith the singing of Ameri Â¬ Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure ca by the audience and the choir the spoils in as much as wc furnish them with by far the and a benediction by Rev S N Vail best Nail the Colors xA Iwlimbj w Mast goods for thev money - Storm In North Christian Empire Ky Ky May 30 A terrific wind hail and ram storm occurred throughout this section last night Fruit trees were blown down forest timber upiooted grow ing cropsflooded andjbadly damag Â¬ ed and fences washed aWay The wheat specially was greatly in- Â¬ is still our motto and we maintain the fight against all compcti- jured A steady bombardment has effected some of tion our out ports Attention Latham Light Guurds but has left some of our main lines in tact and we are still for Thelvatham Light Guards are requested to meet at the armory tified with big lots of this evening at 8 oclock by order of Capt John Feland NO SURRENDER m pro- - WA TER III HO FOSR French Organdies MEN AT - - 200 PAIR at Richards Cos in the morning per yard its real value is for 7Kc 15c Extra fine strawberries at Wai Iis to day To morrow we will J That Brings Down have strawberries for preserving I iff iV James E Dorlrnd Equitable Build Best Goods Fairest Prices at a fabulously low price Place ing Louisville fjrsH Bnw your order to day it Jfi fSWiffeSS aEHSSSJ From any shelf counter or M WW Prof John C Willis of Cherry Harris Nickel Plated Circus Bowling Normal College table in the store we can Con- Â¬ Bros profiting by its experience in this Green will conduct the County In city is now advertising in the pa- vince you of this stitute for Miss Katie McDaniel in pers of towns where it has dates to July lie is an experienced teach- Â¬ show In Hopkins ville it overlook- Â¬ We are going to quit Here Are a Few Examples er of teachers and the next session ed the papers and the papers ignor- Â¬ of the institute is looked forward to ed it with no little interest profit Making Q a yard all yyool fancy dress goods Harry Genung of Princeton will To Cupids Court go to Costa Rica to accept a posi- Â¬ yard for a lineof splendid new novelties stylish A party of young Kentuckians ar Â¬ tion is civil engineer on a railroad 1 rived here earlv this morning from being built by the Government ten miles beyond Hopkinsvillehav FOR RENT The former resi- Â¬ g Q Ladies jersey ribbed vests low neck no sleeves ua duisi ks va sjSSs r J laii Lf m 9 ing come overland in private con- Â¬ dence of the Tate Dr D J Gish veyances and one of the party Well adapted for a first class boarding-Lahes fne bleaclTed lisle vests faced neck and arms and exactly one month earlier than usual we inaugurate stated that they had traveled al- Â¬ house Apply to Geo C most all of the night says the Long at First National Bank Mens fine seamless socks fast black and mixtures soft our Grand Clearance Sale of seasonable goods This Clarksville Times They were W quality fine guage A regular stream of eager buyers sale will commence E Marquess and Miss Laura W was pouring into Richards Cos Mens handsomeniadras laundered negligee shirts Morris and J E Cansler and Miss store every day last week Their Sadie Marquess The quartet bargain sale will continue for Ladies 40 gauge fast black seamless hose Equal to were registered at the Arlington another week 25c goods elsewhere About 8 o clock this morning or as J3bb4 ty JL1 JUL JlJL i-L The commencement of Bethel ColChildrens fine fast black and tan hose double knee soon as the office of the County court lege at Russellville will be held Equal to 25c goods elsewhere clerk was opened a marriage li- Â¬ June 7th The graduating class cense was secured and Miss Laura and will close Saturday June 18 thus giving you an op- Â¬ All linen towels good size excellent quality are as follows Candidates for B W Morns became the wife of Mr S MessrsD D Duncan Jr L portunity to buy your spring goods at greatly reduced A t M i -I W E Marquess Squire Z Smith 1i y If simpson s Diauc anu wiiue iancy sauues anu in- R Russell W D Winston For H a performing the ceremony about 830 A B prices Each day during this sale will bring forth many U digo blue prints Messrs A W McDaniel C jn the parlor of the Arlington It Hodge G M Edwards R II Bald A A fii Extra value satihe strip corsets 2 side steels per- was an elopement feet fittinjr win A Lay ton Maddox E L Clemmons C A LaddH D Allen splendid amoskeag A F C fine dress ginghams in new Three Men Placed R T Brown J J Cloar C B and handsome effects The June assignment in the Reve Â¬ Vardeman A M Williams J J and those who do not come during this tale will miss nue office at Owensboro shows that Lewis J N Ryland J T Allen the Christian county contingent has C C an opportunity of a lifetime Coleman For A M S E In addition to the ex been taken care of as follows Johnson low prices we offer we have an elegant line of heme W J Chiles to Worsham Dist If you arc looking for Bargains Co Henderson WRECKERS OF HIGH PRICES II A Moore to Office J W M you should not fail to yo to Rich- Â¬ t ictmi0KSMsewaMijaMW3amTwsittamTfTttirinMhtw iiiii v km im n urn ards Co in the morning Field Owensboro 31 K L Terry to E H Davis Smith Grove Brutal Crime Committed consisting of Book Cases Table Screens ftocking The Columbia Chainless Charlotte N C May 30 m Only Two Prisoners Chairs Writing Desks Hat Racks and- - Medicine Cabi- Â¬ Emma Hartscll daughter of Frank m m There are now only two prison Â¬ Ilartsell who lives four miles from nets These articles are elegant and will adorn any ers in the work house and their Concord was outraged and mur- Â¬ E3 home and are free times will expire this morning dered at her fathers home between leaving the institution without an 2 and 3 oclock Sunday afternoon itRemember Our Rlotto occupant As Manager Johnsons After she had been assaulted her as- Â¬ compensation comes from the board sailant cut her throat from ear to More for your money than any other house m of prisoners he is not finding his ear An arrest has been made on position a very lucrative oikj Or your money back suspicion and a lynching is prob Â¬ Yours truly able A Trifle Odd Public Schools Frankfort Ky tff The Business Leader shoes for ladies at 150 pair Elegant silk vesting op shoes for ladies nt 200 pair gsgMYours for peaccV war and always for trade if iH IP Jill T - 4- Oa 8p J O0 4irOO 3Kp Â¬ IpC s JLOO w FTb JJp m ar -f- Q o I- O 0 C AT A r Hr AiNS E f CO n T if The way to make iT niibutof a good Ameri two bad Spaniards Ie Lome wey ler HE LOST Chns 50 i Fleming Indulges In Very Expensive Bicycle Rirfb Fleming a young mmf Richmond Dispatch De wcy Wey J m Richards orananv Chas man from McMinnvillu Tenn who has ler Philadelphia Bulletin been assisting in getting the new is a Grand Success m and tho only chainless that una given success and Im proven it self so We linva them on exhibition as well ns a number of Co- lumbia mnko of chain wheels from 25 to 7 Wo carry the best assortment of Bicycle Sundries and Ite pniring cf all kinds We do all kinds of expert repairing all work promptly done- Wo nroheudmiarters for Gas Bicycle Lnnin and Carbite Qive Uh a call Yours to ploaso HOPKINSV1LLE KY m SECOND CAXL 5Cyt t WANTED 200 cavalry hordes Must be from 4 to 8 years old J00 to 1100 lbs 15 to 16 hauds hih Sound clear of blemishes IVill be at Laynes stable Thurbday June 1898 Bring in your horses and get the top prico for them J P GuvtKN Co TJ S A WW I telephone exchange in order had the mibfortune to lose S50 from his pocket Sunday night Mr Flem- Â¬ ing wan bicycling with several young ladies and they had ridden out about five miles on the Clarks Â¬ ville pike The money was in a leather pocket book which he carried in his hip pocket It was not inWsecl until he returned to the city - THE DAILY M Only 10 Cents a Week Z 2 E M MOSS CO 5 rt J KENTUCKIAN DeHverel M lT ntyonryorrtryro clock