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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vl if 0 Jnsre NO awe VOL 1 30 HOPKINSVILLE KY THUBSDAY MORNING JUNE 2 1898 PEIOE 2 OENTS CLAIMED HE WAS REPULSED Dons S ay Schleys Fleet Was The American squadron argumented by the torpedo boat Porter the auxiliary crusicr St Paul and thcljprolected cruiser 1New Orleans approached the entrance to the harbor at Santiago at about 1230 p m the Iowa leading Inside the entrance to the harbor was seen one of the warships of Ccrvcras fleet stripped fi6r action As the American fleet drew near alVc New Orleans was detached and steamed forward ahead of the Iowa Texas and Massachusetts One of the forts opened Are on her and she replied the other two ships Repoft of Battle Confirmed But Damage directing fire at the battery on PuntajGorda within the harbor and to westward of the position occupied by the Spanish ship The latter re- ¬ plied to the fire and immediately became a target for all the American j ships engaged in the battle She retired behind a protecting headland bone not Fully Known and was not seen again during the engagement That the number of killed and wounded on the Spanish side is enor- T mous no one doubts for time and again the American shells hit the bat- ¬ teries squarely and amid the flyingmasonry and dismantled guns the Cape Haytien June i Special The daily bulletin of the Freuch forms of men were descried ilk The damage done to the American fleet can not be learned but it is Cable Co confirms the report of the American fleets attack on Santi- ¬ not thought any person was killed ifj indeed anyone was wounded ago from 2 to 4 p m The St Paul which joined Schleyls fleet just before the battle took place was hit by shells from the fortsTand it is thoiight she was serious- ¬ ly damaged h1 Repulse They Call After seeking the protection of a jutting headland the Spanish war ¬ ships continued to fire projectiles over the hills toward the fleet FUGITIVE ARRESTED OMAHA Peter Payne of Metcalfe Coun- EXPOSITION Fair ¬ The Trans Mississippi Opened Yeslerday says The torpedo boat Porter arrived at Mole St Nicholas atl oclock this morning with dispatches for Washington The following story of the bombardment of Santiago de Cuba and the Spanish fleet was obtain- ¬ Captured By Sheriff Young and ed Officers Boyd ty Charged With Murder Cireat and Driven Back at Satiago the Oolay Sheriff Young of Metcalfe coun- ¬ ty arrived in llopkinsville yester- ¬ day morning with a warrant for the arrest of a young man named Peter Payne wanted in Metcalfe county on a charge of murder The alleged crime was committed Surpassing the Most Sanguine Expec- ¬ tations Show Omoha Neb cial The great Jnne Trans-Mississippi 1 Spe- ¬ 31 Fair opened here to day in a last August Payne was charged with stabbing to death his cousin a man also named Payne Shortly fled the country and has sincebeen at larire Learning that Payne had relatives in this county the officers began an investigation that culminated in the arrest yesterday at the farm of Jesse Payne in the Sinking Fork neighborhood Sheriff Young was accompanied by officers John Boyd and Golay of this county and the arrest was made without any trouble- - Payne was found plouying in the cornfield and submitted without resistance or any attempt to escape He broke down and wept when taken in charge He was brought to town a dis- ¬ tance of seven miles in time to catch the 513 train for Edmonton Sheriff Young left with him at that hour Payne is a country boy about 20 years old and the suppo- ¬ sition is he has already been in ¬ dicted for the crime with which he is charged afterwards the murderer It a Bragging About It In Spain Special The repulse of the American fleet at Madrid June 1 Santiago was announced in the Cortes to day General Gonzales Dead i Another Cuban Leader Killed Special June 1 The insurgent Brigadier General Gonzales who was wounded on Sunday near Sagua la Chica Province of Santa Clara has died of his wound AFTER THE CORPORATIONS IMPORTANT AMENDMENT SpecialIn the Senate the Gorman Washington D C June 1 amendment to the War Revenue bill making- the tax apply to the sugar trust and the Standard Oil Co passed by 33 to 26 Only two Demo- ¬ - Havana blaze of glory It is conceded that the exposition is far ahead of anything at first ex-¬ pected or even hoped for The site is in three sections two west of Sixteenth street and the other east Two viaducts cross this street so that traffic underneath is not in ¬ terfered with There are many fine buildings devoted to the gov- ¬ ernment exhibits agriculture ma- ¬ chinery fine arts and science It is a most creditable show and will be so considered by all These are some of the men who have been prominent in bringing the exposition to its present day conditions of excellence President Gordon W Wattles Treasurer Herman Kountze CSecretary John A Wakefieid GeneralCounsel Carroll S Mont- ¬ gomery A The Uncas Tries Her GunsUsed - crats voted against it ities growing Qiit of the war was passed - A t Blockhouse for a Target In the House the Jenkins bill for the removal of all political diabil The St Pauls Capture Report Not Fully Credited It is reported here that the cruiser St Tin Tinted States auxiliary gun- ¬ Special boat Uncas arrived here this morning from the Cuban coast She reports that on Monday last when about a mile and a half west of Matanzas lighthouse she sighted a Spanish blockhouse on shore Taking up a position about 600 yards off shore the UnjcuhJired twoshotsatthe house and two shells went clear through the building which was wrecked The blockhouse made no response Key 1 WestPlaJunc Executive Committee Zachary T Lindsey Edward Rosewater Freeman P Kirkendall Edward E Bruce Abram L Reed William N Babcock Chief Architects Walker Kim- ¬ ball General Superintendent A C m Foster Bryan Will be Colonel Washington D C June 1 Spec- ¬ ial An extra regiment has been allowed Nebraska of which Hon W J Bryan will be colonel Thomas Keene Very III CAPT JOHN FELAND Renders an Account Of His Stewardship to Members Of CoD In ¬ Key West Jlunel Special Paul captured the Spanish troop ship Alphonso III ofFCape Maysi She fired seventeen shots before the Spanish surrendered several of which hit y Schleys report May 28 made no mention of this capture They Are Moving to the Front Third Regiment Breaks Camp Lexington Ky June ing and the Third Regiment moved out starting at 345 The entire regiment it response toCapt JohnFelands All Is Quiet at Havana So Reported Camp was broken this morn ¬ in - at several sections the first train now en route to Chickamauga Key West Key West June 1 Special Advices from the blockading fleet at Havana say nothing is stirringthere t Judge LeavelFs Report Judge Leavell contends that he is of it JriB- f- - Shoes For Michigan Soldiers Gov Pingree Will Provide Them Gov Pingree is going to shoe the Tampa Pla June 1 Special 23d Michigan regiment The 1050 men of that command will be provided with footgear of flatiron cast cork insoles and leather liued satin finish as soon as Michigans governor can fill the order Gen McGuirren received a telegram from Gov Pingree asking him to send the shoe size of every man in the regiment from the colonel down td the shortest striker The governor added that the shoes he intended sending were warranted never to show their heels to the enemy or kick against the colonels order ¬ not giving the work house the worst He compares his work house account with his predecessors re ¬ turn and shows a healthy balance in his favor The figures are as follows Cash from Ciy 11897 January February March m s 1 lM Wtii tyM 134 10 SU7 00 87 45 MJ00 KjaMa Hi Total 4 Cash from City Cour January TiVliiMinrr 66 25 J5 JW i r3 ys lmstf March Tn o oiticial on They Made Soundings Dr C H Tandy commanded a small expedition which sailed up Little River yesterday The object ot the cruise was to ascertain whether or not the Spanish ships had placed sub marine mines in the w aters above the dam site They made soundings through the channel and learned definitely that the water is too shallow to harbor any Spanish vessels of deep draught Capt Tandy thinks that the Infan ¬ ta Maria Theresa would scuttle if she attempted to land on these shores and bombard our fort He used to give a representative of i the Kentuckian the syllabus of his I New York June 1 Thomas W bers of the original Litham Light Keene the actor upon whom an Guards who remain in the city as ¬ operation for appendicitis was per- ¬ sembled at the armory Tuesday night True to his word Capt Fe formed on Saturdry at New Brigh- ¬ ton S I has had a relapse and land was there He addressed the assembled mem ¬ his condition has become critical bers briefly He rendered an ac- ¬ Will Go To Annapolis count as custodian of the fund en- ¬ trusted to him by John C Latham Owensboro Ky June 1 Clifton His statement in substance was as R Brannon son of W H Brannon follows Transportation for thirty of this city left for Annapolis to- ¬ three men home from Lexington to llopkinsville S175 commissariesac day for study and examination for admission to the Naval Academy count while in camp SS295 announcement a majority of the mem ¬ This report I AtlTfOT ri wiFtlilUULd 1111 ITi4 Pffn Ullliyi III lIHtfi4 fH f ilil nik3ln u W May Total A n-i v fn 98 30 132 55 w Uft i rWr iffltL i ffpk 50 ii j the Soldiers Will Wear In Cuba Washington Junel Special One ot the contracts awarded in New York to day was for canvas Uniforms for the Cuban invaders The bids ranged from 92 to 53 a suit for eight ouncc canvas The successful bid- der will have to furnish the 40000 suits in seventeen days and 5006 a day fhoir after up to 100000 if needed- - In Philadelphia bids were sought for trousers of knee length but in this city the full length trousers were submitted as samples It is thought that the Knickerbocker or bicycle breeches length is preferable us leggings have tobq worn it Cuba on account of insects which are extremely annoying if this mnfnrh- tectipn against them is not taken and the long trails make so much additional warmth and discomfort under the leggings X 1l II I tx Bank Building at Lafayette Messrs Thos II Elliott and R J Carothers of Lafayette were in the city Tuesday negotating for the erection of the building for thVnew bank of Lafayette Messrs Dagg and Richards secured the contract and will commence work at hce The house is to be completed by July 15 and the bank expects to be ¬ gin business at that time No Recruits Yesterday Liet W T Johnson and his col- ¬ B Sergt Chas ored assistant of Company E Tenth Turner Cualry opened a recruiting office Gos Cooper in Ragsdale building yesterday but up to the close of the days business had not There were found a single recruit few applicants but none who a could pass the required examinat- ¬ Wk Wednesdays Tobacco Sales The tobacco markelopeiidd strong yesterday morning and showed a share advance of from 1 to Sl50 over last Week figures The sale wa so heavy thatut could not be finished jrf one tay and will be cou- tinued tp drty A large number of outrofrfcnvn The Details of the Battle a P The Porter Brings the News New JunMAnvepiogitAixlcJtJ jf yUeiJlniftlkale obacco men an attcwl- - ion The officers will be here sever ¬ al days and may have better suc ¬ Ollie James Wont Run They secured only cess hereafter 1 To the sur ¬ three recruits at BowlingGreen al ¬ Marion Ky June of his friends Ollie M James though they were there nearly a prise yesterday issued a card withdraw ¬ w eek ing from the race for the Democratic Vehicle Badly Damaged for Congress in the nomination Mr Will Hancock while outdriv ¬ First congressional district He played assigns as the reason for his retire ¬ ing yesterday afternoon He was ment that he does not wish to jeopar ¬ havoc with his vehicle attempting to turn his buggy dize party success by the bitterness around hen another vehicle van and discord likely to follow a heat ¬ breaking out several ed coutest before a primary Into bis spokes and damping the buggy to II C Mansont qf Chirksvillo a grtja extent No pne vnp hurt i Tenn wan In town yesterday the accident makes a total of necessary expen ¬ ditures amounting to 25795 The remainder as Capt Feland ex- ¬ plained to the company was ex ¬ pended in loans from the fund to members of the company ranging in amounts from 25c to 50c Capt Feland proposed that in justice to Mr Latham the company raise the amount of his donation i of 500 and reimburse him He said that he personally would refund the amount to Mr Latham and de ¬ pend upon the boys who had ahand in the distribution of the original amount to reimburse him The Company heretofore in exis- ¬ tence was disbanded by Capt Fe land and he gave notice that on next Tuesday evening he would commence the organization of a new Company under the old name as alternate all other appointees from this district having failed BASEBALL NEWS Cincinnati Baltimore SPECIAL 3 Brooklyn 4 4 Pittsburg 1 1 1 Boston 8 Chicago i Louisville New York Cleveland 0 Washington 8 St Louis 3 Washington 7 St Louis 4 4 2 DAILY MARKET Philadelphia REPORT Corrected Daily lly lieu Ituwllim Hanker iiiul llroker llopkliiBvllle Ky CIiIchro market Opg July Wheat 984 Cash Wheat 34 July Corn Cash Corn 24 July Oats Cash Oats July Pork 11 55 July Lard 6 25 5 95 July Ribs Wheat Corn I Iligt 98 Closing 92 108 34j 24 tf 11 CO 33 32tf 24 25 11 17 C 10 25 5 95 5 82 Uhlcitgo KecetptH Toilay 85 Cars 24000 Head ICntliiutel Ueollpts To morrow 115 Cars Wheats 875 Cars Corn t75 Car j Oats TJpffB 33000 Head v Oats Hogs 1035Cars 296 Cars ft V ty up - li---i- mMimm V - u iiiii i rrt wi ip pi Vffl m JiSSi 7 u i MHijihtufiL v v a as- - o HBRf TDbe sftrrv Hail ftentucfctan SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Week 35 a LETTER FROM CALIFORNIA to all parts of the city Publuhcd every momlnjf except Monday by Delivered by carrier 10 0KXX8 TXX WXSK OKAS HC MEAOKAW 313 S Main A Former Hopkinsville Boy Writes at of the Soldiers For Manila Correspondence Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS u BkSS Per Til-- i 10 Senattir Sullivan Mississippis in Tues- - nevcirtaTorJvhbtvorn li Simpson Jerry Congressman wants to iro to the front and has ttskecTfoV a coiilmand lii the volun teer juavy ti Brady the new press censor for the State of Florida has reported Tor duty at Tampa and is now en raged in suppressing news Capt J 15 The Southern troops at Chieka next year jnnuga are giving teir Northern Two torpedo boats on Monday brethren instructions in the rebel yellvand it is used to greet every night slipped out of the harbor at Santiago and attempted to attack fresh arrival of soldiers They were discovered the Texas Supreme Court has given the and fire opened upon them by the The civil service law another blade eye Texas and the Brooklyn and they in a decision sustaining the right were chased back into port The of collectors to remove gangers Texas is the battleship upon which and storekeeper at will Lieut Cyrus S Radford of this The Democratic State Centaal ¬ Committee met Tuesday and ap of city amd county proved the list precinct committeeman for the fifth district submitted by Mr John h JDunlap It is the same list object- ¬ ed to by Chairman P P John ¬ Maj Johnston did not at- ¬ son tend the meeting at which his ac- ¬ tion in the matter was overruled It is claimed by Maj Johnstons States Army is to leave this morn- ¬ friends that the committees were re ¬ ing sent relatives and sweethearts organized in the interest of Senator campward by the thousands So Goebels candidacy for Governor great was the traffic on the Union Street Railway that the cable broke and thousands wereobligedto walk to the reservation The honor of the flag has been assailed The shadow of the flag is over all Brave arid gallant boys from every State have answer ed the President s call for volun teers In the far East the volun- ¬ teers naturally went towards Cuba But in Colorado Kansas Nebraska in the wilds of Wyoming among the valleys of Utah everywhere this side of the Missouri men sprang to answer the call to arms They had They lived no fear for their own menace of no foreign foe where the could reach but they were ready And for the first time in the history of the nation its defenders will go to foreign shore there to maintain the ilag even at the cost of life It is not an invidious distinction to say that of all the troops of the Philippine invading army who have entered the city of San Francisco since the declaration of war those constituting the 13th Minnesota volunteers approached the near- ¬ est to the military experts ideal The regiment is well known through the East and for twenty years jt has held a high rank in inter State competitions and contests in which the manual of arms and markman ship were the contests of excellence The famous Tenth Pennsylvania regiment joined the mighty column to day and thousands more are en route from beyond the Rockies To night 3200 soldiers will sleep in their bunks at the steamers City of Pekin the Australia and the City of Sydney The fleet of trans- ¬ ports will be met at Honolulu by the Bennington and thence convoy- ¬ ed by that gunboat to Manila The troops for the expedition are the Oregon volunteers the First and Seventh California regiments of vo- ¬ lunteers and the Fourteenth United States Infantry The United States Cruiser Charleston left this harbor She will be for Manila yesterday once by the most form- ¬ followed at idable monitor in the world the U S S Monterey ordered by the Na- ¬ val Department to Manila to the Asiatic squadron The Monterey is a tower of strength in herself and her addition to Admir- ¬ al Dewey 8 force together with the dispatch of thousands of troops to Manila is ample evidence that the administration has assumed nohalf hearted attitude toward the Philip- ¬ pine question and is determined to take no chance of dispossession until such time as the United States itself has arranged for the disposi- ¬ tion of the islands Jksse L EdmundsoSi San Francisco CalMay24 1898 Fifteen thousand four hundred and sixty five officers and enlisted men is the total numoer oi suiuicih They are in San Francisco to day in tents at the Presidio quartered the beautiful government reserva tion of 2000 acres Yesterday the camp was thronged with city folks and it was estimated that not less than GO000 persons crowded the hills and the graveled avenues around the tents The news that the First Infantry of the United MX METZS STORE The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Ruvers m m THE PUBLIC Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Duy Goods Notions ing etc before making their purchases i Gloth- - Everything now and up-to-da- te in all departments SEE Our They arc Ready-To-We- ar Suits i Dandies made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOSET I 1 43 change the ing abill The new regiment ot Nebraska name of the Philippines to the volunteers of which Hon W J Dewey Islands It would perhaps be Bryan is to be Colonel is now be ¬ well enough to wait until our rights ing recruited under the orders of Mr Bryan has deare recognized by other nations the President clined an appointment by Gov The latest move of the Courier Stephens of Missouri giving as a Journal to run out the Dispatch is reason that he preferred to stay a cut in the price of its weekly edi ¬ with the Nebraska boys tion to the cost of mailing and to have country papers willing to do lRESS CONVENTION o give it aw ay as a premium Literary Program Gen Miles the head of the army An Elaborate Announced is a member of the Baptist church and his chief interpreter in the com- ¬ ing invasion will be Rev Diaz the The coming meeting of the Ken- ¬ Baptist missionary who was ex- ¬ tucky Press Association promises pelled from Cuba about two years to be one of the most interesting and enjoyable in the history of the ago organization The following liter- ¬ The President has nominated Os- - ary programme for the meeting has car S Strauss of New York to be been announced by the Executive Minister to Turkey vice Jas B Committee iRAnjrell resigned Mr Strauss was Annual Address President Lov- ¬ and lilled the ing W Gaines Elkton Progress formerly a Democrat isarrie position during Cleveland s The Iniluence of the Press B A second term Enloe Louisville Dispatch The Relation of the City to the Pnlsnn linvinf become a Colonel Country Press II A Sommers in the army Judge Vincent liore- - Elizabethtown News ing is likely to be his successor in Typographical Excellence Its Congress from Kentuckys banner importance and How Obtained C Republican district Boreing will C Pare Glasgow News John Bab run whether CoKon is a candidate bage Breckinridge News C C or not Howard Larue Herald Sub- ¬ The efforts of the mutual friends How to Build and Hold a John Vreeland of Ollie James and Charlie Wheeler scription List Farmers Home Journal M F tojkeep down a bitter contest in the Wil- ¬ Big Sandy First district have been successful Conley PendletonianNews Joe and the former has withdrawn liams The Premium Plan to Increase from the race for Congress This Subscriptions J R Collier Frank- ¬ insures Wheeler the Democratic lin Favorite nomination without opposition Our Libel Laws Urey Woodson Senator Sullivan of Mississippi Owensboro Messenger Sam Rob ¬ and Senator Corbett of Oregon erts Lexington Leader Arthur will of course vote to confirm the Ford Courier Journal How to Build Up Advertising nomination of Gen Fitzsimmons ¬ P S The gentlemen herein refer John B Gaines Park City Times red to are statesmen not pugilists Dan Bomar Woodford Sun The Improvement in Kentucky Great men of different callings Newspapers Green R Kellar Car- ¬ sometimes bear similar names lisle Mercury Pat McDonald The Courier Journal published in Frankfort Argus full Senator Lindsays speech sup- ¬ illustrations for the Press Rob porting his vote with the Republi ¬ ert Hughes Louisville Commercial cans on the revenue bill The Sen- ¬ Plate Matter and Ready Print ator advocated a bond issue op ¬ D B Wallace Warsaw Independ posing an issue of greenbacks and ent C E McCormack Bullitt Pio- ¬ a tax on corporations for war pur- ¬ neer J O Cooper Bluegrass Clipposes per Tribute to the Late Henry Stan- ¬ The British steamer Belvidere ton J Stoddard Johnson was discovered wrecked and aban- ¬ The Newspaper Man in Politics doned off Cape Maysi The Belvi- ¬ J M Richardson Glasgow Times dere was bound from Kingston Ja- ¬ Emmet Orr Owenton News maica for New York and among The Easy Side of Country Jour her passengers was Senor Capote nalism Wallace McKay Salt Vice President of the Cuban Re- ¬ River Tiger public Starting a Daily Paper Chas M Meacham Hopkinsville Ken Gen M C Butter rode a white tuckian J J Glenn Madisonville horse in the Virginia campaign and Hustler was a conspicious target until the ¬ animal was killedunder him In dis ¬ The Importance of a Good Forecussing the matter with Gen Alger man Harry McCarty Jessamine this week he said he would select Journal Ed D Shinnick Shelby a horse of some other color for ser ¬ ville Sentinel The Head Line J W Harris vice in Cuba Louisville Post The Court of Appoajs will ad ¬ The Road to Success in Country John II Westover journ for the summer vacation June Journalism 25 unless there is some unforeseen Williamstown Courier All papers are limited to ten min ¬ cause for an extension of Jhe term of Importance utes All papers of practical na ¬ Several big causes will probably be decided during ture are expected to be discussed the remaining weeks of the present by other members of the associa- ¬ term Among these are included tion Members assigned to duty the Prison Commissioner case tlje who find jt impossible to attend the Third Appellate district case and meeting are requested to send their the Cbvlnjrtpn CouncilmenH eon papers to the meeting sp that they tempt ct c6n be read in Congress to ¬ 1 There is already talk of introduc ¬ city is an ollicer I Arc you i we nave the THE PUCE M Tt I 1 1 J 1 I1 i I Ci i All the Latest Hext Door to wies Harfwicrs GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU REMEMBER Lades and Children s Slippers interested in the prices of Ladies and Childrcns Slippers you 9 out right away we have decided to cut the childrens1 slippers IF SO this is an opportunity that cant afford 1 2 to miss To close these lines IM TWO AJ1 of our ladies and Our Little Giant shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to this market and every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of this assertion 4 AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS WORTH Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers 75c 100 125 and 150 CUT PRICE 40c 250 50c 65c and 75c pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 100 125 and 150 GUT PRICE 40 50 65 75 CTS 75c We will also put in this sale our entire line of Little Giant black kid and tan button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction Half Price we are still selling Clothing at prime Eastern New York Cost REMEMBER T MAMMOTH 1 J O LOTHING TI PRESENT GBSBE SHOE CO THE POST DISPATCH St Louis Paper Dont Do a Thing 1 3 3 ¬ Is the Only ¬ ¬ With Its Own Stuff Correspondents at all Points of Interest At Huvnna Mr Sylvester Scovol Hopkinsville Produce Harket At Madrid Mr A E Houghton Cash prices paid by IIopkinHvillo At Washington merchants Mr Stephou Bonsai f At New York -Bacon Mr Morion Wntkins m flams country 7i10c Shoulders TI1E NEWS Or TUE DAT IN Sides G8c Lard rA7c THE POST - DISPATCH i g SPRNG I Until you have seen my new line of imported AND SUMMER QUALITY SUITINGS guarantee STYLE and WORKMAN- - g s g- No SHIP the best that money can secure 14 South Main J L Tobitl Tailor 3 3 U8ic Ifitf20o 12Jo -- V Country Produce lG Butter Eggs Now featherB Booawax d cents a week seven days if do Hvored by agent GO cents a mouth if sent by mail THE PALACE Millinery Outdoing others ¬ 30g82c 2022o Tallow Giusoug por lb Honey 52225 Tub wnBhod wool Greased Burry wool 2830c 1820o At fi merely nominal prlco tlio Now York Ledger imimklnu one of tlio most rpmarkable CnmuranlTeiaof thesoason They nro uoiuUiik Immense number of cameras to nil partH 10o out an Lnlted Stated of tlio It Is In jeullty but So i Millinery in vnliio 10ldo Poultry Old chickons live per Ibt Koostors rJo 2Jc fie or the Camera with complete outfit for pho gains moro Burgnins tiinn oyer beforo Wo cira soiling toKrnplitiiK and developing Send to day for full partlouluru retfardliiR thia romarVabfo of wo aro soiling more Wo havo fer as It U extremely limited The Camera la thoroughly high grade uud llrat olasn In every respoottittcd with all moilorn lmprovftinentu Hats trimmed in the latest styles btid in guaranteed ns represented Addreaa 0AJIEIU DEPARTMENT ZFIftsr Cerrts Outdoing ourselves giving Greater Bar ¬ chenpor because Turkoya por lb Ducks Grain Clover por buBhol Oats home grown per bu Corn do 3 THE NEW MSIH1BK YORK LEDGER IlllUlNaNVClTV ItnVC pUf O 0538o irliitliig H i - r Whwt Hm fp6o VWYurk LKlnr wayf Should road ntoiiee for special pre mlum Hit JititlMued Wntoliea lrenws Air Hllle and IuI m niRuy valuable articles ar to bo P 35o UlnLS LfagturfiuUdliig a4vv Sailors in all the new shapes and colors Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming Have you seen our line of new belts a Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corseiv A Hosiery handkerchiefs etc Bargains speak for tjmselves M tr it Nw York xvLirs J uxtajuaviu A x I -- B n FOG SIGNAL FCR TRAINS A fiiir BAT BSFOftK RflTIRlftG Weakly wfle formula quoted A writer in Italia by tho National Druggist December U not much in favor of tho theory lie that late suppers arc injurious declares in fact per that many says CURE FOR POVERTY French Logcnd Showing tho Value of a Light Heart Translated from tho French Onico upon a time in tho Ardennes thero was a laboror who earned so very little that he could scarcely sup- ¬ The poor port his soven childron havo work andv man did not always when he was idle hisehildren had tp go hungry and their tears grieved bttl AbtttmioM9BM8 Lean and at Night Makes An Engl oilmans Invention for Which G cat CJriims Aro Made A fog signaling apparatus which seems to have realized the ideal aimed at by inventors for many years is shortly to be put oni the market by a company It was conceived and first tried in an humble backyard at Chis wiek but has since been on trial on Mmzmmmmiimmmmmmm ar the latter pa ¬ pcrsQiw10 remain To the Driving Public The assortment of vehicles which we now have on hand is the result of a careful study of tho wants of the people of this section We have the elevated gear for country driving and the low hung carriage for city use how wretched I ami If railway is now going to work the ap- ¬ himself with its own men and will it sickness overtakes me or if work docs sleeping as in waking thero is a per- ¬ paratus petual wlisto going on in tho tissues of is said adopt it altogether in duo not come my poor children will all die of hunger Oppressed by this i tho noay aim u seems out logical course Indeed tho idea is so in- ¬ genious and labor saving that it will thought ho sat down1 one day by the I thatnourishment should be continu- ous as well The digestion of the food be adopted everywhere if all goes well roadside his head resting in his The patent fog signaling appa ¬ hands A physician- of tho market F taken on at dinner time or in the a man charita- ¬ i3 ilnished as a usual ratus said a man connected with tho town chanced to pass 2SXC i early evening is as far as we can see ble as he was rich He saw tho poor new invention lt thing before pr by bedtime yet the an ingenious and practicable applica- ¬ man and fearing that ho was ill lie activity of tlie process of assimilation What is tho mat ¬ tion of an idea ill which former work- ¬ stopped and said qtc continues for boms afterward You seem to ter my good fellow and when one retires with an empty ers have failed It is automatic and suffer t stomach tlic result of this activity is electric and of comparatively simple It consists of a large Thus encouraged the unfortunate sleeplessness and an undue wasting of construction wheel placed at tho side of tho line man confided all his story to the good All other creatures t the system Ah yes if one r says tho writer outside of man are near a station and containing round doctor who said does not kill grief then grief itself its circumference 32 barrels each governed by a natural instinct winch T leads thosq having a stomach to eat holding two can iages A second rail will kill Come with me and will laid down near tho apparatus is de ¬ give you a remedy before lying down for the night The Accordingly the poor man accom infant guided by the same instinct pressed by the passing train and in its turn pulls back and then releases panied tho physician to his home takes the breast frequently in the night as well as drty and if its stomach a hammer which strikes a cap and ex- ¬ where in a study filled with books Uy means the doctor took up a crystal globe is allowed to remain empty too long plodes tho two cartridges Look said ho to tho workman xxxm it bIiows its discomfort by noisy cry of a rod attached the machine is au here is an ingot of gold which my tomatically reset when the train has ing Tho digestive organs have ho to me My father need for repose provided always that passed and the hammer returns into father bcqcathed was very poor but in spite of his pov ¬ tho quantity of nourishment taken position to fire the next barrel It is connected by electricity with erty he saved a sou each day and at witliinthe 24 hours docs not go be- ¬ oO years a little yond ihp normal limit The fact that tho signals and the man in the box the end of too wns he had very poor when set or disconnect it by touching fortune I We have the handsome cut under surreys for short turning the intervals between mealsis short can a button The disconnection is my father died leaving me this ingot works no inconvenience but on the tho plain jump seat the single seated phaeton and the knock about by dint of toil and economy I have contrary tends to tho avoidance of worked by- a magnet wliich draws but made my fortune I have never ¬ cait We have some very stylish traps with adjustable seats and feebleness which is the natural result down the hammer and prevents firing Moreover a tell tale in tho box broken into the ingot but the thought ngle buggies by the car load In these we have end side or coil of an interval extcndedto too great a that it was there gave mo courage length Feeble persons lean and shows the signalman exactly when the Now my fortune is assured I no long- ¬ Comfortable common sense hi rings bracket front or piano bed emaciated people and above all train fires the cartridges and if the er fear want and poverty so J am go- ¬ buggies with wide seats and H M T buggies for the courting those suffering from insomnia owe it line is clear he presses a button which rings a gong close to the engine The ing to give it to you I hope flint you k to themselves not to retire without youths of this vicinity with rubber tires if you want them that way will not havo to make use of it but taking some nourishment into the train qan thus proceed without loss that the possession of the little treas- ¬ stomach bread and butter a glass of of time and often without slacking We claim for this invention that ure will put your soul at rest rich milk a few biscuits crackers The poor man accepted the ingot or even a bit of juicy cold meat for in- ¬ it works perfectly saves time and with a thousand thinks and with a minimizes risk of acci- ¬ We quite agree with tho labor and stance UfcgrrSr i JKri i i n Jfav77 vYittr Jtv clum- ¬ light heart ho hastened to his hovel writer in all that he sayw in regard to dents It will do away with tho sy detonators which had to be fixed to show it to his wife the folly of the idea of the harmful Now we can sleep without fearing by hand and hurriedly taken off when nessof a light lunch before retiring The inventors the morrow said he and if I do not occasion required have spent some money in perfecting find work to day my children will NEEDED ENCOURAGEMENT the thing but it ought to turn out a not go to bed failing Like That Which His Lamented Wifa good investment Nevertheless he decided not to Thero are three Had to Givs a break into the treasure unless it be- ¬ of these machines in existence and OS SilasJPerkins had rented land from model is being made It is patented came absolutely necessary and went SquireTDowling and soon after he all over the world and will we antici to bury it in the cellar before going moved into the new home his wife pate bo one of the biggest things out again to look for work His frank and beaming counte- ¬ died Silas remained at home with ever brought out in importance I m very dejected spiritsfor several days mean One ecmtlemani alone said he nance attracted the attention of a V but early one morning ho called at would require 70000 ofjthcm but farmer who at once employed him Aif Squire Bowlings house and saitl tins is nothing to the number which and as he diuhis bet for Ins employ ¬ Squire 1 haint in no fix to make would be required for the railways of er he received good wages aud was Among the high grade buggies we i ell are n 1 n a a crap l the world The London and South- ¬ engaged to return the next day IV i i and We Handle a number or cneaD ouggies- said the western railways express themselves earnings of each day were sufficient Oh brace up Silas and 8 squire I know it is bad fqr a man to as delighted with it and as soon as we for the family needs and his wife who ¬ will be no longer spent her time weeping loselus vyifp especially such a help- get their order tho company cultivated the little garden sold her London Mail ful and encouraging one as yuius but formed products and rivaling the doctors it will not do togtvc up EARLIEST LABOR STRIKE father laid aside a sou each day Yes but I haint gotinomcourage- From time to time as work was uiv ment a tall Journeymen Bootmakers of Philadelphia steady it became necessary to break EZ3Z553iZ3 rive you all the help you need Ill Inaugurated Thi3 Industrial Feature into tho mothers little savings but and do What I can to make life plea- ¬ The earliest strike in America was the ingot of gold remained untouched sant for you that of the journeymen bootmakers in the cellar for the man had re ¬ Yas but youll hev to gimme in The men mained resolute and had vowed that of Philadelphia in 1796 couragement qr I cant do mithin as they only the last extremity would induce struck or turned out E3 ELa sSesd H BiBBi Well that is wlint I am doingi Aw j of wages him to touch it phrased it for arc increase isnt it of trade Thus the years passed on the chil- ¬ Naw youre jest a tallcin bout After two weeks suspension granted and this dren grew to manhood and follow- ¬ their demands were what I orter do Ill hev to git some HtfSL MEL L NL9 L tT m EL 0 tC f fEL cv strength ing the example of their parents w en dtk incouragement to work like my wife success gained them greater and popularity so that when they happy and industrious They mhui uste to gimme mi a wcaJttUrmTtattaaMBinirnKiiBBaKiiiia turned out in 179S and again in began to gain and were shortly in tnt7jrmwnoJBBDnMattaaiatamBi Thats what Im going to give 17D9 for further increase they were dependent so that the laborer and Ju you successful and escaped indict wife became richer day by day and still Shore nufT ment The example of the Quaker when they were old they had need ot fy Do you expect to do any paCertainly Wo will send you free pering rapidly and was nothing Wal jest cgmo down to my shack bootmakers spread i lngo solectiou of samples from 3c important One day a poor beggar knocked at every mornin an say jest cz sharp an indirectly the cause of the and Now York sailors strike of 1803 the door and in reply to their ques- ¬ per loll upup All now coloriiifrs Git outen the gingery cz you can to date WE PAY unvolties ¬ A number of sailors who had been re tions he told thorn of his many mis- ¬ Wo want an agent bed Silas Perkins you low dowuscal month de ¬ fortune5 The workman then told in FIIIIIGHT to Boll on commission in every town lawag Yoil air the sorriest an no ceiving ton dollars per The malcontent mar- ¬ return his own story and said at last from largo sample books No capital 14 ercounfest critter in 40 mile crheor manded marched fI have no need of the ingot of gold requiiel For sumples or particulnrs an ef you dont hussel right outen iners formed in a bod city and compelled tho See I have sacd so much that I am aililiess beer Ill have tho white caps after you around the were employed at the old 5 beyond want and care Let me give this very night That s the speech seamen who to leave their ships and join you this treasury and I hope that it Tildy Ann hoz been1 makin to me rates 747 753 Ninth Ave N Y City out In consequence of will bring good luck to you every mornin these 15 year back an tho turn Mttmrr town After speaking thus to the beggar things peers donesum an difeplate at the strikers proceedings the leader guard was ordered out and the he went to dig up the treasure and home without it Then after youve and inado tho speech you want to 11 tag a of the demonstration arrested com- ¬ rotuniiuir cave it to Uio beggar Tin latter who had received a very good chair an two or three pots into the sent to jail Tho strike ended in WORTH READING education in his youth examined the bed an fetch a yell like or wild Injun plete failure is not gold it is This Then Ill stretch myself an yawn an Confidence ingot and said Local State and National begin to crawl out No suh bqulro brass enough confidence in She hasnt WILL BE FOUND IN TIIU no manjknqwB yyhat a groat source o The wifo would not believe it herself to bo a great social light vigorously to show how mcoUragemcnt Tildy Ann wuz to rubbed it They were contemplating the regal brightly it shone and in doingjo per ¬ P00 mo Atlanta Journal creature yonder they wfie women ceived that it bore some writing AND THE A Queer Shop it is true but they wero not lancorous Neither sho nor her husband knew JSTo she cant expect people Woskly Enniiuer how to read so fhey asked the beggar Cinciiiti At the foot of Washington street in to beliovo sho is only 150other when she to explain what tho letters signified New York can bo found n little low- e Tho beggar then read as follows Wo havo arranged a Olubbiug Rate cemngea snopwhero JJibles and rum doesnt beliovo it herself Xo I are sold side by side Tho place isIt is less privation than fear of the oy wnicn wo can givo Detroit Journal AK no morrow which causes the misfortune up with a bar behind which a ¬ t iitted One Nark of It of tho poor Go then boldly and Both Papers One Year for 225 i rwoman serves drinks part of the day y w The Bibles and prayer books areip a upon tho road of life Regular price for Both is 300 WKydo you object to openingtho without fear St Louis Globe Democrat case at fifa end of tho bar The cus ¬ mail inciuired tho new editor petu ¬ tomer of the place who are not lantly Wo save you gonerous part of tliiH The Tiro Question sum aversoto mixing their piety with Because responded tho publish ¬ drinkirareof all nations including er smilingly pocketing tho rake off Weary Watkins I see some of tho Send or biing your eatm with ordot to tho of two contsliamps fbecausoI wishto papers is agitating the wido tiro men and Syrians eeo which of ho contributions bear question again for bolter rdads Hungry Higgine I dont know he stamp of genius Town Topics Great on Tales k Uoplcl8vllXcKy much about wide tires but I know Short Girls Stand Poor Show Indianapolis Talk about talking I got a lifelon one exclaimed Fogg With reforenco to tho examination Journal There is Wibble When ho Mr E U Ledford a prominent Oiily Liquor Store in Christian County hwoncc begun xvstQrytliera no stop of female plerks for th British post A Fountain Worth Soeine nierclmut of Pembroke has just ping him offico service the announcement is If yon jhouia M him NOTHiHorOuyruiimNiC 9 203 SOUTH M AIN STHEET closed a v contract with Forbes ¬ it eniamake no difere Lk jaadfiihat Qx candidate must be at Anaconda Mont7i toliiiyiii pub Bro for tho erection ot a lmndsolno th euak his tnl would leaitffoirK 2eH ten inch irl height lic fountain with a jot three inohcs in rvjsldoncft at the lattor city tap diameter and 220 feet high TmaWrifit without JboiiU - f I thin ahd weakly in spite of all procau linns in regard to diet etc owethe fact largely to habitual obslctniouls nessat night- - IIo says cry titily mat pnysioioy tcuuiuH us mat in the railway linos at Wimbledon and So satisfactory have the him very much Clapham Ah said ho very frequently to tests proved that the Southwestern ft w as m m i T m - if T if W Wt JFI1 1 iaydpckn Ames Ersger Parry Buy Your buggies from us and WE will Be here to make our guarantee good WOOanimS iii Delkers Troys if xiv r 9 tL m n JALL PAPER ¬ i Whiskies Brandies Witiea S wolf KENTUCKUN I ws There are many Spurious Kinds and many NO GOOD KINDS Then there is a The best Kind is what we SELL and at as low prices as the spu rious kinds are Sold A TRIAL IS CONVINCING ordials - lvKrvxxjoivrvis Royal Liquor Co J SA MtJEL liw i Y ¬ pvyed rfBotoo Propr a S iimmmiwf jjfettifttif ifigM irf iiwi iti- - tini JK at 3 jhji ceHJr itrcijt- - tauaat BHBff E9RB - s resided near the tlall farm Hall You want to buy a boys recently gained si judgment for the Mr Ike Sallee Caledonia Is visit-ting- - possession and ownership of the The land occupied Uy1 Hampton in the city woman is now Hinder arrest and Dr J M Gill of Elktori was i will have an examing trial Friday The Great Divine Delivers An tOOlBVILLK KV B the city yesterday Beat j Hotel In the Vfid Another lotof fine Strawberries W Able Address Klcctrte Klemtot r i Col R A Burnett of Caditf was H at 25 and 40 cents per gallon at M fiKKCAMruELt Manages X In town Wednesday Then come to owr store Wallls to day Fine Raspberries Hon E G Scbree of Henderson at 50 cents per gallon Baccalaureate Sermon of Bethel was in the city yesterday n Co made an excel ¬ Abernathy Female dollege araduating 1 J F Garnett of South Christian lent sale for a prominent Graves MMMMMPwW Vm k Exercises To night was in the city yesterday county citizen yesterday Six -at prices O G Grayson of Franklin is hogsheads were sold registered at the Phoenix ranging from SI 300 to S1UJJU Conunencement week of Dethel Esq M D Davie of Beverly GLAny kind wanted at Is especially truq Hoods Tills for no modi Female College in drawing- to a was in the city yesterday bottom price at COOP- - clno over containedofso great curatlvo power In ERS cloeThe final exercises will be held so smalt space They aro a wliolo mcdlclno as early as you can and tafre pick of 100 all wool Eld J VV Gant of Elkton was fobooks to night and then good bye W Petree of Fairview sold J on business here yesterday plain and fancy cassimer and worsted suits yesterday five hogshead of tobacco Last night a brilliant assemblage Mr Ed R Beach of Clarksville as lollows sju o sau 1375 church listened to at the Baplist is attending the tobacco sales sizes 13 to 18 years for 1050 1010 one of the ablest addresses of the Maj E B Bassett has gone to We will sell to the highest bidder ways cmclent always sat- kintlVer heard in Ilopkinsville Frankfort on professional business E3 I I f in front of the Court House Mon Isfactory prpvent a cold m 111 Dr-I-- B Hawthorne of Nashville or fever euro all liver Ills Miss Fanny Peay of Pembroke day June 6th 1000 wheat sacks alck headache Jaundlco constipation etc 25c delivered the baccalaureate address was in the city shopping yesterday W P and T S Winpjrre Tho otily 1113 to tako with Uoods Sarsaparilla and it was done in the characterisI bake twice a day Hot Rolls and Mr and Mrs John Terrell of ic slyle of that eminent Southern Howell were in the city yesterday Cream Bread mornirigand evening 60 YEARS divine EXPERIENCE delivered at your door Millers Mr R B Grady of Trenton was The evenings program began registered at the Phoenix yester ¬ Bakery Telephone 159 witiian organ prelude by Miss Hall day If you are looking for Bargains you should not fail to go to Rieh This was followed by a duet b Editor L V Gaines of Elkton Co in the mornincf Misses Armstrong and Garnctt and was here yesterday on busi ¬ ards Trade Marks ness Designs a solo by Miss Hart Have my wagon call and try my Copyrights Ac Anrono Bonding n sketch nnd description mny An attempt cannot be made here These suits sold early in the season for Mr and Mrs Geo S Bowling of Hot Rolls and Cream Bread and Invention baratOga Chips J L syMiller Tele- - tlonstrlctlyIs probably patentable Communtca to give even a synopsis of Dr Clarksville are visiting Mrs Dr to confidential Handbook on Patent up to torn iroe uiuost npency ror securlnapntont phone 159 Some are fine imported worsteds Suffice it Wood uo receive Hawthornes address i iiiuiiu luson iiiroiiRii juunn tvrclal notice without cbnrco lu thn You can buy French Organdies to say that it was learned eloquent Misses Isora and Topsy Collins some cheviots and some cassimers Scientific American It was a dis- ¬ of Julien are visiting Mrs Marie at Richards Cos in the morning A handsomely Illustrated wookly Largest cirand appropriate for iyz c per yard its real value is culation of any vclentltlo journal Terms 3 n yoir four months L Sold by all newsdealers course every sentence of which was Collins 15c MUNNCo36tBfoada New York Mr James Blaine and daughter veelevating and entertain instruct Branch Office 35 V St Washington D C of Longview visited the city yes- ¬ L ing It was enjoyed to the fullest A I ft M and JVhfskoy Hablta 9 terday 9 1 ffl mMl cured at homo with extent by the audience that filled 23ai-a-ai- n BtJliwI out pain Book of pni Dr L J Harris of the Sinking wWI tlcularssent FREE every part of the commodious 1 Fork neighborhood was in the city Auautu uu Oflico 1M N liybr St will be a yesterday church To niifht there For Infants and Children iilalby the piano graduates in Mrs S Lowry V 6 and daughter WANTED AN IDEASSSgjffi The Kind You Have Always Bought the college chapel followed by the of Garrettsburg were shopping in thing to patent Protect your Ideas they mn Boars tho bring you wealth Writo JOHN WBDDEtt closing exercises of the college the city yesterday BUKK CO Patent Attornoys Washington 1 Signature of DC for their 1800 prizo offer There are three graduates in Mr Jack Letcher of Henderson muic Misses Elizabeth Nourse is in the city in the enterest of an Elizabeth Currier and Evie Nash investment company In he Degree of B S seven young Miss Idylle Dawson a former pu- ¬ j ladies will be given diplomas They pil of South Kentucky College was On South Main street between Ilth and I2th streets and just arert Misses Ora Baker Alberta in the city shopping yesterday above the big Ragsdale Cooper Co block will be offered for Elizabeth Currier Annie Misses Grace Jennie and Fran sale at Baker to the highast bidder jH Carver Sara Garnett Mabel Lloyd ces Barr of Glendale are spending the week in the city attending the audElizabeth Nourse DR HAWTHORNE PERSONAL Q03SIP 1 inn m iff fill S 0 Clothing Bargain I t - Much in Little I UMWTUW INDmillg if nfljA - Hoods 1 1531523 ¬ 300 A -- 400 750 CASTOR A Czfa in all it is the best ever offered Jn I3oys Suits A11 - WL The Hopsom Property Public Auction mmwm feu mmmh commencements Circuit Court Monday The June term of the Christian Circuit Court will meet next Mon- ¬ day Commonwealths Attorney Howell is recovering from his re- ¬ cent accident and will be well enough to perform his duties Mr Howell was insured in an accident company that will pay him 25 a week during his dis ability By-the-w- ay -- o Buildings Completed Forbes Bros contract with the Commissioners of the Western Asylum has just been completed and the keys handed over to the officials The enterprising local firm did work on the additions amounting to 54300 County Committee Called i i H i Mr and Mrs Charles Broeker will entertain with a library party Friday evening in honor of their At the Phoenix Hotel W T Johnson U S Army S visitors Miss Burnett of Hopkins- ¬ ville and Miss Jean Carter of W Keene G A Indianapolis Aberdeen Miss Owensboro In- ¬ Curry Harrodsburg Ky C W quirer Silver Chicago HERE AD THERE Horses and flules Wanted I will be in Ilopkinsville Monday Two Passenger Lawn Swings June 6 tobuy good mules and horses 550 Pour Passenger Lawn and will pay the highest market Swings 850 at Porbes Bros price Will be at Laynes livery FOR RENT The former resi- ¬ stable E T Hurincs dence of the late Dr D J Gish Tuesday morning John Brandon Well adapted for a first class boarding-Apply to Geo C a fanner was killed on his farm house Long at First National Bank near Princeton by Flavis Sullivan and John Pi a r Brandon was net Fire in the Owensboro Woolen iny tobacco when Sullivan and Mills damaged the plant to the ex Pjar came into the Held A quar- ¬ tent of 500 rel ensued and during the difficul- ¬ ty Sullivan struck Brandon in the A regular stream of eager buyers Cos side with a missile Brandon died was pouring into Richards store every day last week Their iu a few hours Sullivan escaped but Fiar was captured Brandon bargain sale will continue for was a prosperous farmer The another week LOST Pocket Book containing trouble probably originated over L N Mileage Book and some Brandons objection to Sullivan papers of no value to any one ex- ¬ m keeping company with his daugh ¬ cept owner M P Kelly return if ter found to Kitchen Waller and Do you know that you can get get reward tlot Rolls and Cream Bread twice a Zack Hall of near Stanton was g day at ifillers Bakery or leave shot with a pistol and instantly your naict awf address and ljave kJUed Tuesday by Mrs Tempa Telephone J50 Hniptpn who Willi her huaband ihuwagpncall Democratic County Committee is called to meet Monday June 6th Misses Cleveland Moore Bacon 1898 in the city courtroom for bus ¬ Massey and Mrs John Clardy of iness of importance Hour of meet ¬ Newstead ing 2 p in Mervin Gosnell who attended Hopkinsville High School during the last session left yesterday for his home at Chickasawba Ark Miss Ethel Wilson vill return from school at Hopkinsville Thurs- ¬ day She will be accompanied by Miss Grace Hughes of Glasgow Mayfield Mirror Messrs G W Shaw E W Wil- kins Harry Petree J W Petree Jr and J W Petree Sr of Fair vie v were in the ciiy yesterday attending the tobacco sales Mrs W D Stowe Mrs F S Hoi low ay Miss Victoria Collins and Miss Lelia Barraw of Julian were in the city last evening to hear Dr Hawthornes address Among the visitors in the city who attended the commencement at the Baptist church last night were JfONDU At 43 8 OClock vim 1 tified with big lots of wfigMfMj3 Nail the the Colors To sm This is beyond doubt the mostvaluablc real estate offered for sale in Hopkinsville during tho past several years and as the business ol the city is increasing rapidly the value of this prop erty is bound to increase in proportion Mrs Hopson spends most of the time in the East and this property is too valuable for the Doctor to keep closed for so much time therefore they have decided to have the property sold Call at the office of the Abstract Company and see plat of the way in which the proper For we will fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man Now is the time for action as it is daily being proyen survives that to the victor belongs the spoils Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure the spoils in as much as we furnish them with by far the best goods for the money Mast ty has been divided NO DONT Forget the Time Next Monday at 430 oclock 1 HR Isaac Gakrott Chair TIN i ABMMO A GKEEfcTT X nnmn i urn SURRENDER the fight against all compefi- uon a steady bombardment has effected some of our out ports but has left some of our main lines in tact and we are still for- ¬ Is still our motto and we maintain iiiiinw UU1H1 illl cniftiieis3iiiiii The Columbia Ghainless m WEAR RES1STER il J SHOES FOR MEN AT - - 200 PAIR 150 pair Elegant silk vesting top shoes for ladies at 200 pair MP Yours for peace or war and always for trade teader shoes for ladies at 2 - is a Grand Success 5 M M M g PETREE COMPANY j 5 9 2 nud thq only clminloss Mint Iiub givon buccqbs and hit proven it- self no Wo huvo thorn on exhibition ns well w a number of Co- lumbiu niako of elmin wheels from 35 to 75 Wo enrry tho host assortment of Bieyele Sundries nnd tfo- pairing cf all Uiudn Wo do all kinds of export repairing nil work promptly done Wo are headquarters for Gas Bicycle lUmup and CarbUc Give us a call Yours to ploaso E- - M MOSS CO Hi THE DAILY J J KENTUCKIAN Only 10 Cents a Week Delivered at your door bv 6 jtAV VWr 4 i J t oWcfck j -- l if tIt u