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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c S5 0 9 Hie Daily NO 31 o CentachiaiL FRIDAY MORNING JUNE 3 1898 PRICE 2 CENTS a VOL 1 HOPKINSVILLE KY DOWN TO SURE ENOUGH FIGHTING THERE WERE SEVEN CHARGEDWITHFRAUD That Was the Number of Young Nat Poindcxtcr Col Arrested By a Tennessee Constable Lady Graduates Class of Pretty Who Put Wanted In Clarksvllle for Selling the Same Tobacco to Two Scholar Life Behind Them CHrls The Attack at Santiago Renewed and a Bloody Battle Foughtl lii W f f T at B FC Parties An important arrest was made in this county yesterday by an of- Â¬ ficer from Tennessee 11V Insurgents Join In an Assault From the Land Army and Navy Deficiency Bill Passed Revenue Measure Will Pass ToDay leston coals there enroute to the Phimgunes and other vessels will do likewise The Hawaiian have broljnall laws of neutrality in aiding the United States The latter was forced to protect them from the Spanish The Hawaiians are accumulating vast stores of coal at Hono- Â¬ 5 lulu for the American ships t Ready For the Final VojtjN - and rar The Bpjid and Revenue Bill Washington D C June 2 Special The House to day passed the War and Navy Deficiency Bill including the expense of the invasion of the Philippines When the Senate adjourned this evening the war revenue measuie was completed except the bond provision and the amendments proposed by the Democrats in lieu of the bond paragraph It was agreed to take a final vote to morrow before adjournment All committee amendments except those mentioned were agreed to Several efforts were made to eliminate amendments but they wereall unsuccessful Port au Prince Hayti June 2 Special The Unfted States fleet this morning renewed the attack upon the forts protecting har- Â¬ bor at Santiago de Cuba and a fierce fight ensued At the same time an insurgent force of 3000 well armed men attacked the city of Santiago from the land side and the battle was a terrific one The city lies at the head of the narrow bay seven miles from the harbors Caught Him in a mouth and is protected by numerous forts on both sides of the bay The guns of these forts could not resist the attack of the insurgents His Denial Cervera Was There without destroying the city between them and the victorious rebels Madrid June 2 Special Despite the statement that Admiral who fought with great valor and with terrific effect as they had late- Â¬ Cervera was not present at the bombardment of Santiago Tuesday Capt ly been supplied by the Americans with the most improved imple- Â¬ Aunon Minister of Marine to day declared that Cervera hoisted his the last report was received the battle ilag on the Christobal Colon in order to direct the Spanish operations ments of destruction When LieDespite v was still going on Another Bombardment at Santiago The Britisher Turned loose She Key West June 2 Special The British steamer Restormel has The New York afternoon papers been released because she left England before the declaration war be- Â¬ Special Washington June 2 this evening issued extras giving the reports of a second battle rumored tween Spain and the United States She was seized for an attempt to to have taken place at Santiago de Cuba The news came by telegram land coal at Santiago This Time a Far More Serious Affair Started Across Before the War Began Jamaica about 150 miles South of Santiago and also from Cape Ilaytien 200 miles tcJ the East Burned Four Thousand Houses fortifications It is said that Commodore Schley made an attack oiv the of the harbor this morning and simultaneously the insurgents attacked Great Fire India the city of Santiago from the hills in the rear and on two sides The Bombay India June 3 Specia- l- The greatest fire ever known in bombardment by Schleys guns was very heavy and destructive and at- Â¬ India has just been controlled at Peshawer It burned 4000 houses and tended with much loss of life among the Spaniards sent to take their destroyed property to the value of S2nim000 Many gunners were killed and new men were places The battle was still in progress when the latest reports were received the fighting by land and sea being of the most desperate and SHIP ADMIRAL CERVERAS determined character The American ships were close in the mouth of the harbor pouring a fierce storm of shot and shell into the forts which were being demolished by the hail of metal Apnnic was prevailing in the city of Santiago by reason ofthe joint attack and the surrender of the place was believed to be at hand t War experts credit the reports as the1 Department was expecting important developments to day from The closing exercises of Bethel Female College were held last night at the college and the brilliant afÂ¬ fair marked the close of one of the most successful sessions in the his Â¬ tory of the school The handsome grounds and the commodious college buildings were alive with the beaux and belles the beauty and gallantry of city the friends and the col- Â¬ and well wishers of the lege who gathered by hundreds to lend their presence to the auspicious occasion The floral decorations were most elegant and the program carried out was unsually entertau ing The music was by the three piano graduates Misses Elizabeth Cur- Â¬ rier Evie Nash and Elizabeth Nourse with Miss Hall assisting The selections were all charmingly rendered Certificates of graduation in the degree of B S were awarded to Miss Alberta Baker Julien Ky Miss Ora Baker Julien Ky Paris Miss Elizabeth Currier Tenn Miss Annie Carver Hermi- Â¬ tage Tenn Miss Mabel Lloyd Pembroke Ky Miss Sara Garnett Miss Elizabeth Pembroke Ky Nourse Hopkinsville Ky President Harrison of thecollege delivered a most appropriate and scholarly address to the graduat Â¬ ing class following which came the reception by the class which con- Â¬ tinued until a late hour Lieut Bassett at Frankfort Spec- Â¬ Frankfort Ky June 2 Col Colson still thinks the ial second call will permit his regiment to be mustered and while realizing that the present orders are against this has set to work systematically to do what he can by bringing in iluences to bear on Washington authorities E B Bassett late Lieutenant of the Hopkinsville company was a caller at the Executive office this morning There is an effort being made to have the old company reor- Â¬ ganized Rainy Season Has Begun Tampa Fla June 2 The rainy season set in at Tampa yesterday with a downpour that tested guy ropes and tent pegs The overture lasted an hour but the real Flori da shower which broke loose just as the camp cooks were stirring the bacon and grinding the coffee last- Â¬ It gave the ed several hours brownies the new names of the soldiers a little hint of the coming days in Cuba provided this force shall pitch its tents on the island The brownies before October waiting and hoping for have been rain for weeks and their wait was ended and their hopes more than realized -- NatPoindcxtercolwholivesnear Garrettsburg was some time ago indicted in Clarksville for obtaining money under false pretenses His offense consisted in drawing money on a tobacco crop from one firm and subsequently selling it toother par- Â¬ ties Armed with a warrant for Poindexters arrest Constable Darnell of Montgomery Co came over the State line and assisted by Constable Frank Rives of Howell took Poindexter in custody as above mentioned They broughthim to this city about 10 oclock yester- Â¬ day morning with the intention of securing requisition papers Poin- Â¬ dexter conferred with local attor- Â¬ neys who advised him to return to Tennessee and stand his trial without the requisition papers Accordingly Constable Darnell left with the prisoner yesterday after- Â¬ noon on the 513 train m J Thirty Four Lives Lost Seattle June 2 The Wash schooner Jane Gray which sailed from Seattle for Kotzebue sound May 19 with sixty one people on board foundered Sunday May 22 about ninety miles west of Cape Flattery at 2 oclock inthemorning while lying to in a moderate gale under foresail Ten minutes after the alarm was given she lay at the bottom of the ocean with thirty four of her passengers The remainder succeeded in embarking in a launch and reached this city yesterday afternoon -- Wm Ad at Peshawer FUG The New State Librarian Frankfort Ky June 2 The of- Â¬ fice qf State Librarian will be turned over by Mrs Emma Gny Cromwell on Monday next to her successor Miss Pauline Helm Har- Â¬ din Miss Hardins assistant will be Mr Frank K Kavauaugh who As Seen At Washington Attack liable at Any Time fr The Navy Department islirm- Washington D C June 2 Special ly expecting decisive results from Santiago although no troops have yet started from Tampa Garcias headquarters are about 75 miles from Santiago and Capt Dortt has been in comunication with him If Samp son feels strong enough he is liable to begin an attack at once by land J land sea aided hv the insurfunts J n rF 0jiciipr grffi Jif Mpjj i3 y mrArJmZ f C ARMORED tery CRUISER CRISTOBAL COLON Â¬ has served in a similar capacity several terms Mrs Cromwells assistant Charles B Willis will be elected Custodian of Public Buildings unless he goes to war as an Adjutant under the second call Miss Hardins administration of the office is sure to be a successful and popular one Mrs Cromwells could not have been more so The wind up of Mrs Cromwells work has been the completion of the mag Â¬ nificent big library room in the ExÂ¬ ecutive building which will hold all of the 10000 volumes now stored iii a dozen different rooms Sullivan and Flar in Jail A Princeton dispatch dated yes Â¬ terday says Flavius Sullivan charged with the murder of John Brandon was arrested this morning ten miles north of this cjty near Perrys Springs by Deputy Sheriff Wylie Jones John Wilson and Marshal Towery Sullivan is about eighteen years of age He was lodged in jailFiar his alleged accomplice surrendered to the authorities yes Â¬ - Will Mote000 Men Tho Cristobal Colon is an armored crnisor of the Carlos V typo Her bat oonHists of two 11 inch rifles and flvo 5 inch rapid fire guns Tho former throw projectiles of BOO pounds weight aud tho guus aro capablo of discharg Â¬ ing twolvo 70 pound shots ovory minute She ought to provo a dangorous cub tomor in a flghfc A Of These 20 Start at Once Runaway Washington June 1 Special Fqr the first time since the begin Â¬ ning of the hostilities there appears to beomething in the nature of an flfficial statement of the plan of campaign of the United States Govern ment This is contained in a letter of Secretary Alger to the Speaker of the House transmitting certain recommendations and statements of Gen Ludlow which disclosed the purpstic of the War Department to send 70000 men to Cuba 20000 to start at once and the remainder just as soon as they can be made ready for departureii jv Yesterday afternoon a - horse hitched to a vehicle and belonging to Mr Doha a merchant near the N depot became frightened L on Ninth street and ran some dis Â¬ tance hut was soon stopped by Mr Wharton Crabh near the American Express office No damage was done to the buggy Ten Colored Cavalrymen Lieut Johnson had better success yesterday enlisting colored cavalry recruits than he had the day before Quite a uumber of applicants re Â¬ ported for examination at his office and when night came ten recruits had passed and had been accepted The office will still be open to day BASEBALL NEWS SlECIAI Hawaii Is As Good As Ours Entertained at Tea Miss ITettie Van Cleveyvho lives on the Clarksville pike entertained NF Practically Annexed to the U S Whintfon D c Ju9SJyecalfy Is how cfcinw that Xftwatt HTtjcivlljr annexed to th Uuitl8ttf Thfc criuwu Ch sd snrxTmxzxvmnnm at tea yesteiday evening the fol Â¬ lowing youug people Miss Dessje Summers Mr Pride and Thos B Howell The evening was delight Â¬ fully Wb New York 3 Cincinnati 0 Extracted a Needle Cleveland 6 Boston 1 Baltimore 11 St Louis 3 A needle was found sticking in of Rebecca Chicago 0 Brooklyn 1 the ilesh of tho breast Washington 13 Louisville 4 Hale one of the infant twin daugh Pittsburg 2 Philadelphia 3 ters of Mr W S Hall yesterday morning and in trying to remove it Young Warren Beckwith Bob the needle was pushed out of sight has enlisted wns Lincolns A surgeon was sent for and it army from Iowa in the removed without much trouble son-iu-la- terday Little Boy Broke His Arm Little John Breathitt son of Judge James Breathitt fell from a tree at Mr W II Everetts lute Wednesday evening and broke one bone in his left arm just above the Dr Blakey dressed the wrist wound and reduced the fracture and the little fellow is now getting along very well z S s -Tl - fiSa tmmm - HIJ - raHKhft jrttijjrnaUonMa WW8 WIRWPTOWPWn MttH J toWiefc it 3 pei Ht tteritf 4ifciriiiriniii Uv iMijmmijiim adatfi rtrymnnniiffrtj b eJ a S 1niil shed Mvorv raorolnjr ftentucfrtan by I iUMOUS CERULEAN of Nov Open For the Reception Guests Tlie famous Cerulean Springs Tremendous Sacrifice -I- kvnt Mcmday OKAS M MEAOIIAM 313 S Main Ddlrered by carriers to all pari of he city it 10 OBKTS FER WEEK in N NEW GOODS r V rt i now open Jfor the summer soason under the ninnage tlQ mentpfBqyd 35 Peb Week Pan MoNfTii Turney the new Mr Sttffff ce proprietors who liac leased the Itrtffl uitnmu lo have had vented frpm landing supplies after prbnertV ind the rotflnTJvJirfc nl isttjAfioJirfit hn attempt of fyVral dnyfl heSUyrapU American ship Winslow narrowly priet sarc both well Kneavn to the JJi If we have a navy the public escancs destruction at Cardenas HlDlie and a mere mention oi men f would like to see it begin to nave and one oflicer and four men killed names in connection with Cferulean a lUtle Ineffectual attempt to silence tile quarters to the patron s of this popu Â¬ Spanish batteries at Matanzas lar resort that no pains will be Young Warren Ucckwith Bob Sampsons bestships bombard San vjsit moqt pleas Â¬ li enlisted Juan but are urepulbed according spared to make a Lincolns one atyl all A tirit class ant to in the army from Iowa to Spanish accounts and retire Italian band has been engaged to i t according to Samps6ns official re- Â¬ make music throughout the Reason President McKinlcy touched the port Is invited to inspect my large stock of Sitting Dry Goods ISfotions Cloth- bultdn that set the Omaha Fair Schleys best ships bombard San Â¬ and the date of the opening ball efc before making Miuir ptirchasosi- Everything new and machinery in operation 2500 miles tiagos fortifications and are driv will be announced in a few lays in all The hotel and cottages have all departments away en out to sea without accomplish been renovated and refurnished and ft accepted Gov ing any results are models of cleanliness and comMr llrynn has The entire American ileet of six fort- The tables will be supplied Itlblcombs appointment as Colonel Ready-To-We- ar ty vessels was unable to prevent with the best that can be obtained of the Third Nebraska Volunteers Cervera from going where he from both local and foreign markets and is now Col Bryan pleased in the West Indies or to as well as the fresh products of the They are Dandies made by tlie best tailors and from HfE BEST CLOTH keep him out of a Cuban port After an exciting race against Sam Bod Mr home garden i Now that he is located we Have tiln6 Gen Miles has reached Tam- Â¬ who has had much experience in pa The run of 800 miles was been unable to capture or destroy seeing that the tables at Cerulean SHOES his six vessels with vten times as were always laden with the best of lie made in less than six weeks many at our disposal everything to eat will haveeharge It is said the government is pre Â¬ The General of tlie army w as six of the culinary department Ex Â¬ GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU paring to seize Hawaii as a coal- Â¬ weeks in getting to the front to be pert cooks have been engaged and ing station Hawaii will wink with gin hostilities tliose who patronize this popular The one redeeming feature Dew Â¬ resort the present season will re REMEMBER both eyes while being seized THE PLACE Next Door to Hardwicks eys victory ceive the very best of attention and Sampson at San Juan and Schley unci the accommodation unsurpass- Â¬ DAILY MARKET REPORT- atSantiago failed to do the Dewey ed act It is too bad that the Span Â¬ Corrected Dully lly Hon ICuwIliirt ItnnUvr The hotel is situated on a high iards have good grounds to boast and airy point only a short dis- Â¬ and llrokor IIiiklntviUu Ky that the American attacks were re- Â¬ tance from the sulphur springs and Chicago Market pulsed is surrounded by large shade trees Opfi f Iligt Closing making it a most delightful place to Are you interested in the pnecs of Ladies and Childrens Slippers Chaskathelndian husbandof Cora Cash Wheat 1 09 spend the hot summer mpnths So Belle Fellows who was reported July Wheat this is an opportimifcy that you cant afford ro miss To close these lines 92 88 92 much has already been saicl of Ce- Â¬ to have committed suicide some Sept Wheat 77 79 79 rulean s health giving watrs that out right away we have decided to cut the 1 5g3 TWO- - All of our ladies and time ago is still alive His attempt July Corn 33 32 33i nearly all know of their Virtues If childrens slippers was unsuccessful 33 Sept Corn 34X 34tf you contemplate a trfpthis sum Â¬ 24 24 X mer spend at least a portion of 24 July Oats Commodore Schley has still not 10 90 10 90 July Pork 10 SO your time at Cerulean reported the Santiago light to the July Lard 6 07 G 10 6 10 Our Little Giart shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to this Scavenger Naval Department Perhaps he July Ribs 5 75 5 77 5 77 J T Hall city scavenger can be market and every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of this will adopt the policy of sending in New Vork Stocks and Cotton assertion reached by tolphono it any time only good news wrk SUBSCRIPTION XATES r - Trigg county is itt JO METZS STORE The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Ecomnical Ruvers up-to-date son-in-la- w THE PUBLIC SEE Our we Suits II hn tie Best Ill Latest Styles Ladies and Childrens Slippers 2 JF SO AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS 75c 100 WORTH 1 I Opg 45 09 03 Iligt 1 1 03 Closing Cull No 40 09 151 15 p I h i t a V t Most of the Kentucky second call volunteers will be used as fillers for the regiments organized under the first call It is now doubtful if the State will JTet even one full regiment under the second call Aug1 Cotton 6 1 1 6 45 Am Tob Chicago Gas CB Q N L 10tf Hopkinsville Tobacco flarket deported by J II letU 1 04 5G 1 05 1 39 if 1 1 06tf 56 OGtf 1 02tf 05 i 5Gtf 05 K Egglctoiu touaceo Kggleloii Co lncorpnrftUulniuyrir on order of dealor In nud JianafSror WCminlni Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers Manhattan Sugar Coal 1 ill The Spanish are becoming boast- Â¬ ful Cervera says he went into Santiago harbor hoping that he wOuld be attacked and to hasten the threatened invasion of Cuba He says the light on land will be an easy victory for the Spaniards Thos W Keene the great trage- dian who died Wednesday nijjht in New York has frequently played in this city and was recogniz- Â¬ ed here as elsewhere as the most capable tragedian on the stage since McCullough Booth and Bar Iron 80 26 Puts Wheat Corn Calls 85 tf iV - i 42 2Gtf 1 41 26tf Chicago KcccliilH To duy Oats Hogs i Cars Cars 114 Cars 23000 Head 155 956 M rett Intimated JCrculpts To morrow 83 Cars Wheat Corn 1075 Cars 335 Cars Oats 19000 Head Hogs IIok market Hogs To day 23000 Hogs To morrow 19000 ed kp 125 and 50 June 3 1898 The nuirkepened up this week us a hole theiniirhet prices being paid thi year1 One of our warehousemen had a large break which averaged 10c rqtiritp 250 pairs childrens black kid and tftn oxfords worth worth 75c 100 125 and 150 The offering was the largest ofjthe season which extended througliihe best part of three days also there appeared more good than ateyany We will also put in this sale our entire line of Little black kid and tan time before The above bcingv Sthb Vbutton spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction leading feature of the w eed Half The buyers were in gcxid hip6 we are still selling at prime Eastern this Week as they were welljgfipj pneu witn orders iJenceiheAvari New York Cost men trieu to accommodate tflgmjjn giving them as much as the AMajrP CUT PRICE 40c 50c 65c and 75c 75 OTS Giant OUT PRICE 40 50 65 REMEMBER vMwmFMnk MWMMtUMwnM4rjTCntMMMU Clothing Price Heavy Total Clearances All Jorts 40 The oath was administered at Chickamauga to Brig Gen Fred D Wheat and Flour Exp 450000 bus Hopkinsville Produce flarket Grant by Judge A II Harris an ex Confederate in the presence of Cash prices paid by IIopkiHsville many Federal and Confederate merchautB who loudly cheered the veterans proceedings The first man to con Â¬ Bacon gratulate Gen Grant was Maj Gil- Â¬ BaniB country 7d0c anouiuors doSAe lespie of Chattanooga who was Sides Gt8c with Gen Lee at Appomattox Lard bln 7k An army is now on the way to Country Produce Santiago in transports convoyed lfi 20c Butter by warships and Admiral Samp Â¬ Eggs 12u son has arrived before Santiago New fenthors 30 32c and assumed command of a ileet Beoawax 2022c which now includes four battleships Tallow 3o two armored cruisers and nine oth- Â¬ Ginseng por lb 2225 ers of the best vessels of the navy Honey 10c The battleships are the Oregon Tub waaheil wool 2830c Towat Massachusetts and Texas Greneed 1820c Commodore Schley has again been Burry wool 10Mc put in command of a flying squad- Â¬ Poultry ron Old chickens live per lb 5ioo fioostera A HUMILATINO RESUHE 2k Turkeys por lb Qc The war began April 25 and has Ducka Jo been in progress forty days with Grniu the following net results Clovor por bushel 3 Ineffectual attempt to blockade Outs homo grown por bu 3fi38o Havana with occasional exchanges of shots but American fleet making Corn 3fo Wheat no attempt to destroy fortifications 95c Spanish authorities assert that Live stock i V583B0 American ships have been driven Hoga out of range of theirshorebatteries Sheop 52D03n0 Spanish steamer Montserrat runs Cnttlo 2R504 the blockade and lands a cargo of Cnlvos 33601 money and men JjJie commander Hides nud Furs returns to Spain and is promoted Green hides fi7e for his feat Green snlted hides 8c American ships repulsed in an Dry flint 1012c attack at Cienfuegos with the loss of one or t 0 mcn killed and Beyer- - VegotbleB 1 men wounded New potatoes per bushel 75 American transport jGussie pre- - Cnbbnge porhoad BJ0e 4 - Conditions showed soiii3Jante i i ujuvuuiuuL uur lastj week SKIKCF lyMen thing points to a high nmrkfcfiSSm now- - on The crop is abOltraraU 1 MAMMOTvu iaau --- Hyo v WirrtifcwtTi OJLVJQj KJKJ pitched QUOTATIONS frz f 2 TI f PRESENT CRSISU Low lugs uommou nigs Medium lugs u ooci lugs z i 005 w wuh 2 50 8 00 5 0 i 11 THE POST DISPATCH to gwwmmmmmmmmnmmmwH Dont Do a Thing g Unlil you have seen my new line of imported Fiuftr uow- Good With Its Own Stuff Correspondents at all Points of Interest n Fine Loifi ii xm ilGKO At Havana SoleetioiiH NanuinrerScl Mr Sylvester Seovol V At Madrid wuekiy niroitT Mr A E Houghton hgjluui Koceipts f6r week At Washingto- ni i year wsoTinrai Mr Stephen Bqniml HUH Sales week At Now Yorkr mi II year 88ft Oaiiar Mr Morton Wntluns Common loaf medium lonu ieiii wuii BOMiBO jaw Is the Only St JLouis R05MBpj fiUffZRJUiii Paper leitfv fiOMaKO SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS STYLE and WORKMAN- SHIP Hie best that money can secure I guarantee QUALITY 3 3 2 fc g3 Â¬ No 14 Soulli Main J L Tobin Tailor JIONTHLY HElOnT TtiUYuii Hccolpts forpustliiCiiitli Itcculjtn for tliu uirt feules ir ju t iiiqiitli snlfH for tins yiiir Htouktiolil Stock on lmnihj rtiHr 3al UliUim THE NEWS Or THU DAY IN imis itiu 1U7I i76 InatKMwii fimiy an iuojH 32IC0J TDl 4 THE POST - DISPATCH for ftHt nuintli Bhlpiiiunu for- tlioyiiu- Stock on HHltf- Old 1716 HiilimuMitH iivs mi 1RU mm J 1 Ill eents a week soven days if delivered by agent GO eents a month if sont by mail w auc THE PALACE Millinery i borore fil r Sales 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Grontor Bav nro selling choapor bocuuso IV Salep by Gnither hhd8 as followw Good to fine leaf SU Mdium to good leaf Common to medium Good lugH 3 lo 4 50 Common Ihjjb 2 to 1 West of 283 o 15 25 8 to 11 5 to 8 s THK NEW MuhiKu YORK nuiiuinol n v on y LEDGER many ljIntlpR vauabu VrpMu Air auilo and lirttcle aro lo bu nt UlnL0 Hats trimmed in tlie latest styles 4 Sailors in all the new shapes and colors tf j Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming Have you seen our line of new belts Jewel belts leather belts kideloves corseti Hosiery handkerchiefs etc Bargains speak fortiumselvj rAi I iidiLw Mrs AdXiaaP v0j r jmtt ffT Jii lMK J535P jgniiii- 1HS AH 1 1ST ilr llijir rr nf iritotfatftoWilftiii iff Miiirtfifrtai mlirl-Mir iiiiiiyniiii nimiiiiirii iliminii rtaMrfaMrfilMirtMi THAT n lulu jl iiwhh l rflH Ti3i n u r gJSi 1 isiii 4 ntniiifcAAa Will write tlie best nontrowho will picture ts pjtmi tliq Whose picture la neat He who uiidtrataiula man Hflps the heart Of Hlm lovca lilin Abovd all the rest tu stnrs in your jiong nhcj pufYkles in your Who lut irraQHUiqn theso Man drat InJdUraohg Irian ilrst and then Is And the woods and the aeas And know while you pioiuto the stur group of midnight Ha Is creator than those picture Put mountains nnd sfeim Hut ono heart tlirqbjitalfl tuh6d to the heart Of a brbtHgr k mountains What fa udhluvelnont Its purposo and plan TIs the message thats sunt fiotn tho heart art what la art and the arthitB To thu heart of a man -- Sam Walter Fobs In N Y Sun of the artist THE DARKY AT DICE Tho southern negro trusts fortune with nil tlie blind faith of n little child Ho carries a buckeye for sore eyes a potato for rheumatism n wisp of hair from tho tail of a black dog f for pains in tho backu voodoo charm to protect him against the machina- Â¬ iheir gemiiiumess and if it i done a fight is tho result The playor having scored a point tho first liuio the excitement become intense Tho white teeth of all arc shining thoir eyes rolling until they jeem liko ovals of ivory get Willi a black bead and their heads com Â¬ mence to wag from side to side The player holds his brenth and not u word is spoken by those around him It is is ho rattles the dice the critical Inomcnt If ho can jnnko his bdiiit before ho throws seven lid wins but if seven comes first he is Undone Tho bottors surreptitiously run thoir hands in their pockets and feel for a rabbits foot Suddenly the player blows upon the dice ini his hand gives a deep gut- Â¬ tural grunt and cries excitedly Come to sco me little Joe Tho fader keeps repeating Cut his Gut him oif eeben throat lucky seben Jump under him eeben THIS AND ago is tho il f m 4 LS h i JT wr u fi K x Vv t Wf t- jobs and in any secluded spot whore he may chance to find himself For that reason the game of craps is ex- Â¬ actly suited to his condition for he does not need a tabic in order to play it or chairs to sit in AU he wants is a dark alley whore ho can squat and drop the dice upon tho ground If the negro withes he may lay claim to the time honored precedent in tho matter of fondness for dice But he has not resurrected any musty old game ot antiquity and Egyptians Greeks and Roiinans who used dice centuries ago would be alike puzzled if they could witness a game of craps as he plays it Who invented it and when or where it originated no one can say but soon qfter tho close of the war when tho negro for fhe first time in his life could taste the sweets of idleness and a delicious morsel it was and is this alluring device for causing coins to change pockets start- Â¬ ed and it spread Who a contagions fever To day it is played all over the south in the cotton fields on the rice plantations in the piny woods on the steamboats and in tho towns and And the strange jargon of cities the game the queer expressions of the players are everywhere the same Tho Greeks named all the numbers on the dice after gods goddesses and heroes tho lucky number being called Aphrodite and the negroes likewise have a narao for every possible com- Â¬ bination of umribers although his are not so classical as those of the cul tured- - Greeks Three ho calls Free Ave Phoebe fyur Little Toe nine uiz iiuu six Miinmyiiicivs - There is an exclamation from the fader a triumphant laugh from the JIc has made hi3 point player There isan exchange of dirty nickels and a grunt or two from the losers nnd a rabbits Tho player is getting wanned up He tions of his enemies foot for luck With this collection in takes oil his coat rolls up his sleeves Lovingly ho his pocket he goes confidently forth and spits on his handto woo tho fickle goddess Chance I Jut fondles the dice luck is with him not in cards or hi twirling wheels or Tho spectators draw closer and watch in any of the devices known to the with increased interest By the rules devotee of ilonte Carlo docs he put his of tho game he will be allowed to and trust and not oven the great American throw until ho craps out elated bv his success he shakes the garnc of poker has any fascination for him But in craps played in his own dico and calls A dime come up With a dime remarkable way he delights With some grumbling tho fader This game is especially adapted to money on have the needs of the negro and brings out obeys Those who at the no doubling of in a minor way tho theory of the eter- Â¬ tho game chuckle who aro desirous nal fitness of things ITo lives in a the stakes and those to search their pock- Â¬ warm climate most of his timo isspen t of betting begin ets for nickels some of them appar- Â¬ out of doors lie has no clubs or considerable difficulty privacy of home since ho usually ently having finding tho required number The shares one room with a numerous in dice at the same family Therefore his gambling must player drops the time snapping the fingers of hisother be of a kind that can be done between way of bringing luck Tho maple chosen three ears stale tree of lUiode Island It is estimated that there is liow oiic telephone to every 192 persons in the United States Spruce trees are to be usddifor making silk as woll as paper pany havirjgbeoii formed in Maine f8r such mahufaeluto In honor of the conclusion 6f tlie treaty of friendship between Portland Spain the queen regent has conferred upon President Piorola tho Cross of Isabel Catolica Cussius M Clay has boon con- Â¬ fined Tbut once in JO years to his bed Then he was recuperating from the tritle of 1G knife wounds inilictddby a man named Turner who died an hour after the affair In a new index for books tho front edges of the leaves arc brought tightly togtchcr and the contender chapters are stamped thereon wirli till tips of arrows which point to thfe proper page number ending at the page so that if the book fa opened at the chapter tho point of an arrr shown on the index will be found The bristles of hair and other1 brushes can be quickly cleaned when mounted in a recently patented method each set of bristles being placed in a separate set and allthc sockets hinged together and rigidly attached to one end of the holder the other end beiner loosely fastened to permit of its removal so the bristles can be bent outward and the dirt dis- Â¬ lodged jinj nhi y To the Driving Public jg J w Tho assortment of vehicles which wo now have on halid is the results of careful study of the wants of the people of this section We have the elevated gear for country driving and the low hung carriage for city use kf iiiiji m i I1 r- -- W M hi i nrariaT YT-r M I A r ii v v 5 m k xzz k We have the handsome cut under surreys for short turning the plain jump seat the single seated phaeton and the knock about cart We have some very stylish traps with adjustable seats and single buggies by the car load In these we have end side or coil springs bracket front or piano bed Comfortable common sense buggies with wide seats and H M T buggies for the courting youths of this vicinity with rubber tires if you want them that way THE Lower MOOPUS NOISES Connecticut Valley 4 w Strange Sounds That Are Heard In the rii In the south it is now considered as much a matter of course that a negro will shoot craps as that he will eat watcrmelou andno one except the Jhard hcarlcd guardian of the law at- Â¬ tempts to interfere with his favorite In the cities you will find pastime a group of negroes squatted upon tho ground in alleys in the rear of stores way nook where and every tho ubiquitous policeman is not like- Â¬ ly to obtrude himself while pick out-of-tho 1 ir fvAJm aninnies stationed as sentinels are ready to- give warning of the enemys Tho rules of the game aro approach few and simple Tho first player takes two dice and shaking them violently t tlin nnlm v Ilia lion1 nolle rtiil nf VMJ nicKoi- - put up iiA Another answers tI fade vou tJjSBSw translated means v hand a sure and again the money is his Tho game now goes on quietly and ho wins ngain and again until many of the bettors arc compelled to drop out Soon tho hand of the player trem- Â¬ bles as ho reaches for the ivories and ho takes out his rabbits foot and lie feels that he rubs it on them will never work again that he will in tho future trust to the spotted dice for a living for surely he is fortunes The man who likes him favorite is uttering exclamations of delight the losers aro surly and quarrelsome Dat niggah was born in de full of the moon lies bound to hub some one prophesies and tha luck player smiles As ho drops the dice there are imploring cries of Come two tome twelve sobcn olcboii free it is It is nine and the thrower adds quickly Liz is do gal for me a saying that always accompanies that throw Once more tho dice roll upon the ground and Jimmy Hicks is the throw Big Six take my gal to Mem- Â¬ phis the player entreats for there are certain propitiatory expressions that must be used when theso num- Â¬ bers are turned The bettors crowd so close to him that he scarcely has room to move his arm and their faces are bent almost upon tho ground One tall ragged fellow who has part- Â¬ ed with his last nickel stands discon- Â¬ solately upon the outskirts of the cir- Â¬ cle his hands in his empty pockets Suddenly there is a wamingwhistlo from the sentinels The player hast Â¬ ily transfers the dice to his mouth thus stopping an oath and a moment later when a policeman comes in sight ho sees only an innocent group of negroes strolling to meet him But he eyes them suspiciously What arc you doing loitering herer he asks They give him an impudent look that he is not slow to interpret It means Yon didnt cotch us do nolhin did yor Since ho cannot answer this in the affirmative ho merely commands gruffly v Move on And they shuffle off in silence the game of craps postponed for another N X Sun time tho lower Connecticut valley whicli produce what from earlier colonial times have been called the Moodus Xoises have begun again after a period of rest of twelve years For twenty years up to 12P the villagers of the town of VaA Iladdnm heard these noises almost continuous1 ly Kev Mr Uomnr in a letter writ Â¬ ten August lJ 11 2d bays m spdak Whether it ingof the phenomenon be fire or air distressed in the subter- Â¬ raneous caverns of tho earth cannot be known for there is no eruption no explosion perceptiblebut by sounds and tremors which are sometimes very fearful and dreadful I have my self hoard eight or ton sounds succes- Â¬ sively and imitating small arms in the space of five minutes I have I suppose heard several hundreds of them within twenty years some more some loss terrible Sometimes we have heard them almost every din and great numbers of them in the space of a year Oftentimes I luue observed them coming down from the It is stated that the disturbances of ill north imitating sloW thundor unil the sound came near or right umli r and then there seemed to be a bniL ing like the noise of a cannon shot disc vore thunder which shakes ti Wfi houses and all that is jn them The center from which those noi proceed seems to be Mount Tom at the junction of Mooduaml Salmon rivers The ievercst shock have been felt as far noi thitfast as IJi ton and as far southwest asXew YorL i Among the liigh grade buggies we sell are DeikeTS Troys and WoodhllSls We handle a number of cheap buggies Ames Enger Parry and g Saydockr k Buy Your buggies from us and WE will Be here to make our guarantee good Zjm HI th and have there been noticed as earthquakes hi 181 0 and 817 the noises were more than usually lou1 On or w ttAiy aJjAiTmnsag fcjy Â¬ kf KanmowiRnusmrmssiBunwiHaatiiiaBuntn SAM BOYD p the recent recurrence there wa- - n sound resembling a clap of thumb r followed for a couple of hours by a ror liko the echoes of a distant catarai A day later thero was heard a cia ing sound liko that of a heavy mutil i thunder and a roar not unlike tin TShi is- ji-i- II -- P TURNEY JL4 wind in a tempest Tho grouud a Bo shaken as to causo the hquso to tremble and crockery to rattle i though an earthquake were in pror ress - WOfiTH READING Local State and National WILT HE rOUM IN TUB CERULEAN SDDTlVlilG TRIGG COUNTY KYBOYD TURNEY - I tho player being him v -- Lvervthini bouur in readiness tlm drops J1 nlnycrcrying the dico as if hoy burnt 7 Como sebon elebon VT If ho makes seven or eleven ho a no M1V0WS tlio unlucky num- VjMbers two three or twelve ho loses or hut if any of tho other orap3 out combinations of numbers aro turned ho jmakes his point and has another throw Now tho fffador who has covered lljo players money reaches out and picks up the dico with tho flfy dice annotincomont After ranking this statement ho coolly pro- UK frflSci eeds to carpfully oxntnino them to til Hi INnuM Tfla iLif they re baded and satisfied a iMpoint Jiftjit Is Um bgk to the Tho oinlogrbfihi n band in ho betting thofoWvthdqt with girls mother Tho Indians fain iliar with the noises long before tlo advent of tin whites among them callp the region now embraced in EastIIaddam arl particularly that situateqifin tho m cinity of Blount Toiijjfaqhemado set or at tho plaeo of bal- - noi This name eorruplodanjlgontractid nlfljlffinnlly t to Machamoodus Moodus gives name Uibranch of Salmon river and toanijnufacturim the- Tho rcgionwr village i subterranean disturbanchave Not to Bo Thought Of curred from time immmqrial is one ITaVc you selected your topic for of deformed crystalline rokpr-Scien-lifi- c said the dear American a graduation essay KENTUCKIAN and Tin Wee k ly Enqiei Rate Wo have arranged n Clubbing oy wnicn we ean give Proprietors Both Papers One Year for 225 This famous health and pleasure resort the oldest in Western Kentucky Regular price for Both is 300 is situated on tho Ohio Valllloy bniuch of the Illinois Central railroad 10 We save you genoroin pait of this miles from nopkinsvilleaud M miles from Princeton Hum -- Send or bring your cash with order to tho NOW OPEN Hotel Accommodations Unsurpassed Sulphur and Chalybeate Wator in Abuudanco Six traiiiB daily and Reduced Hates First Class Italian Rand Employed for tho geiiHon -- M Hopkins villeKy saiue k J Tho Injuribus Re traints of Superstition Anojonkand 5 Modern You very imteVesting Thats mut got right to work on it Dh dear no You wouldnt have mo begin il on Friday would yem Yos It is Sultan Has No Crown -- Fahihgton Star - The Upper Air V tf onation being nnknowriurluA In place of this ceremony i8ijmiitnd tho investure of the monarjh with tlu sword of Othman Tho jaj is girt around tho new hiiltftinviflglki words Tako it with faith forwiavo re Â¬ ceived it from God 8 The sultan possesses nDerQwn cor- Â¬ wl jxir itovplayer new w quei agsli to ntai ttlii Precocious Indian Lada An aeronaut gays that thcro istjia sumo difference in tho air at hp Tho extraordinary precocity of the earths surfaco and at an altitiitleof ohildren of India has pifiled forth the half a mile ihat thero is between va of a rWrit traveler ter In a muddy puddle and the purest astonishment many of mqwaro skilled who says that spring water workmen at an ago wjien children aro iiiiii Ana Klghtly Too usually learning the alphabet llll When married pegple are diyqrcfcd yse for the Phonograph beforo thoy have been married two A municipal council in France has years their friends fOoVthaJ iheyhjYG ordorcd its proceedings tolio reported i w mmjanu tuoir weuunig gij is Wo will send you Tree poring a lurgo selection ot Bainplea fiom 8c per roil up h cv tuuH1 uu novelties up to drtto WE PAY Wm want an ngont FREIGHTto eoll on coiniuhsioii in ovory town from largo Hiimphi books No capital required For satnplos or particulars address 717 PAPER WALL expect to do any nn AZrite For RatesOKWVIY frua U - StQy ATiom a Hills aAORAwronn Mnqaor e- - 7f3 Ninth Ave S Wolf NY KtfB Excelsior Do b City BumluylixcurHlon AtehiWfy Globt 1 rbhvuuja Tho Illinois Central R R will Rel- Sunday excursion tickets to all Htu tiona within J 27 miles of Ilopkms villootono fair for round trip Re1nta nt WIMV ltU VIHVW V ulllrl li-- t M Slllri itUril IIHIH wpoo Agt 1 --i Steam Laundry IOUUMICATKO all kinds of Laundry and - - Dye work - And Solicit Your Patronage Wagon will cull for and deliver your work to nuy part of tho city Agents wanted at tributarv poiutH Djccounts liburah Ad droafuiM coiumunicatioub r Exjcclsior Steam Lawtdry Co L tHOPKINSVILLE KV u - ai ifiiM lfatT5iand WyRf 1 twitttiefi It t ciaummBmtmiWmiimt torn l 3 per InUtesi t wrtVyiil ZT3 - - i cp rr7 m o JLEJI WULl2ijJulLlJlLLUJlliil JgML I 1 i S V I f TA W 1 U IS of Cadiz has A Dtrclln of One Dollar a Bkrrcl and will engage moved to Cerulean At Chicago in mercantile pursuits Me Hfts Reached Clarksvillc and The following review of the Hour FOR RENT The former resi That Brings Down dence Of the late Dr v J uihii market is front Thursdays Record Talks Further For the Press boarding-Well adapted for a first class Flour will be quoted to day al Â¬ The Business Apply to Gco- - C most 1 lojycr house than the price of last Long at First National Bank The CUrksvllle Tlntes dives the when the May corner Saturday Best Goods Fairest Price Master Morton McPherson has held up the price of wheat Following Additional Infor- From any shelf counter or accepted a place in his grand Saturday night the Chicago pride Â¬ hereafter be fathcrw bank and will ination About the Mystable in the store we can con Â¬ a fixture in that institution Al Â¬ of the best Minneapolis brands was Stranger terious though young in years we under Â¬ 7I0 a barrel with an upward ten Â¬ vince you of this stand that he has a fine talent along dency To day G40 will buy the the line of work in thebankingbusi same article Here Arc a Few Examples Many prospective The man Churchill who was ncss Madisonvllle Hustler The Howell Ivy lying will hold their money found Friday at little boy referred to is a Bon of Mr purchasers unconscious by the railroad track in anticipation of a still greater a yar a wooUancy dress goods Joel D McPherson and who created considerable btir you can get fall Mr and Mrs F P Rcnshaw arc Do you know that after recovering- cqnsciousncsa by a yard for a line of splendid new novelties stylish near Sinking Hot Rolls and Cream Bread twice a The price of wheat either in the claiming- to be a wealthy English visiting relatives and good day at Millers Bakery or leave natural course of seeking its level tourist making a general inspec Fork your name and address and liave or as a reaction from last months tion of this section with a view of Miss Mamie King of Fruit Hill Ladies jersey ribbed vests low neck no sleeves J Telephone 159 call high mark took another long tum- Â¬ investing in properties and stating is visiting the family of Sherilt J the wagon J D Hall a farmer in Marion ble yesterday and closed at 108 that he had been robbed ol iiw at J Barnes Ladcs fnc bleached lisle vests faced neck and arms come to Clarks county 52 years old last week mar- Â¬ Dickson but would Wheat went down in Minneapolis Mr W W Radford and family money ville and cable for more ried Mary Stravcl aged 13 with Mens fine seamless socks fast black and mixtures soft of Howell visited friends in the city but it did notdescend totheChicago his annual income was some Â¬ the consent of her parents that yesterday quality fine guage- price Should it decline to morrow thing in the neighborhood of 100 A regular stream of eager buyers Marshal R L Moore of Pem was pouring into Richards 000 spent Sunday with Capt W Cos the price of Hour will probably be Mms handsome madras laundered negligee shirts of the Fourth district of broke was among yesterdays visit store every day last week D Taylor Their subjected to another cut the county He accompanied Capt ors to the city Ladies 40 gauge fast black seamless hose Equal to bargain sale will continue for TKADE STOPPED HY THE KISE Taylor to the city Monday inviting Miss Lucy Everett of Sinking another week Kj 25c goods elsewhere Flour reached its highest price 1 the Captain to dine with him at the Fork is visiting her brother Mr A small colored child on W S when it was quoted at 8 May 9th Childrens fine fast black andtan hose double knee Arlington where he stated he had W II Everett Moores place at The Square died Equal to 25c goods elsewhere It remained at that price until May been stopping for two weeks prior Mr Thompson Cavanah is quite yesterday The hotel to his trip to Kentucky 10 Trade was practically at a on Clay and I bake twice a day HofRolls and X people know nothing of such a man sick at his home O All linen towels good size excellent quality Â¬ Cream Bread morning and evening standstill during that time Grothought here to Fourth streets however and he is sold to each other and traded a yard Simpsons black and white fancy satyies and in be a wandering fraud Capt Tay- Â¬ Miss Helen Sells of St Louis ar- Â¬ delivered at your doOr Millers cers Bakery Telephone 159 digo blue prints about so the mills and wholesale lor did not call at the Arlington rived yesterday on a visit to Miss Monday it may be stated to dine Willie Radford Extra value satine strip corsets 2 side steels per An Illinois soldier died and a houses did little business From A A English with his distinguished was drowned at May 17 until the last day of the feet fitting Mr J P Bragg and family of Maryland soldier guest commence- Â¬ the Chickamauga camp Wednesday month it was qudtcd at 740 but splendid amoskeag A F C fine dress ginghams in new Pembroke attended the While at Capt Taylors Sunday ment If you are looking for Bargains trade was light During that time last night and handsome effects night Churchill told something of you should not fail to go to Rich- Â¬ the bakers of Chicago held several his past life and with a few modif- Â¬ Judge Paul Turney landlord of ards Co in the morning Hotel was in meetings and predicting 10 flour ications was substantially as re- Â¬ Cerulean Springs Tom Sholar a young man living raised rg jt lated to the Southern Kentuckians town yesterday the price of bread 1 cent a k3 near Roaring r claims to be a neir relative of Mr D I Crabtree one of the with Al Rasco He 4 Ml Telephone was loat Churchill that he leading merchants of Crofton visit- Â¬ Spring says the Lord Randolph kicked on the leg by a mule last FronTthe month of December to is very wealthy was making a tour ed the city yesterday WRECKERS OF HIGH PRICES Thursday and the bone below the February flour was quoted at about of the United States on a bicycle and Sudie knee was completely crushed Misses Cecil 535 The price of wheat ranged but that he broke his wheel and McCombs of Ilalloway the county were Have my wagon call and try my was walking toClancsville about as it is at present at times visitors Hot Rolls and Cream Bread and During his conversation at Capt among yesterdays 1 The Tele- Â¬ above and then below Taylors the Englishman grew Mrs J C Utterback and chil- Â¬ Saratoga Chips J L Miller price at that time was probably On South Alain street between Ilth and 12th streets and just 159 V somewhat belligerent stated that dren of Paducah are visiting the phone Co block will be offered for Miss Sarah Pendergrass aged 15 normal and should that article re Â¬ above the big Ragsdale Cooper Ef Jt-- wmilrl he surh nn pnsv matter for family of Mr J W Yancey They Â¬ 1 the price of flour it is sale at to the highast bidder If England to whip America This will spend two weeks with her par- years was married to Roily Doone main near ents aged 15 years and 2 months at the thought will settle to about 550 aroused Capt Taylors patriotism and he took the alleged Britisher Miss Mattie Sue Browning of home of the brides parents near a barrel severely to task Church Hill who has been attend- Â¬ Grand Rivers by Rev Thomas Since coming here Monday noth- Â¬ ing school at Potter College Bowl- Â¬ Taylor on Saturday night May28 REGISTERED AT THE PHOENIX ing has been seen or heard from ing Green has returned home for You can buy French Organdies at Richards Cos in the morning- - Max Layne Greenville Ky Churchill and it is thought that he the summer yj B Trippe New York per yard its real value for is telling his tale of misfortune to Mr and Mrs Jno P Garnett of 15c people of some other locality by this f C B Berger Evansville Pembroke are in the city Mr time J J Blum Louisville Grape bags for sale at the KrcN Garnetts daughter Miss Sara is office vH Hecht St Louis one of the graduating class at tuckian Arrested on Suspicion The As You Like It Club will D L Solomon New York This is beyond doubt the most valuable real estate offered for A negro named William Marion Bethel Female College E D Martin Greenville meet with the Misses Flack at 4 o to be from Hopkinsville claiming sale in Hopkinsville during the past several years and as th Dr Sam Blankenship of Galla- Â¬ J H Williams Pembroke was arrested last evening in front tin Tenn is visiting his brother clock this afternoon P Albert Van Cutsen Clarksvillc business ot the city is increasing rapidly the value of this prop- Â¬ xennessee is mucn uisappointeu of the Biederman Grocery com- Â¬ Maj John Blankenship who is very Mrs E Halloway Marshall 111 only one regiment will beneed panys place on a charge of larceny ill near Gracy Dr Blankenship that Airs Hopson spends Mrs E M Duncan Marshall 111 erty is bound to increase in proportion ed under the second call Two or a suspect A negro boy was moved from this county in 1856 11 TT T- T ucu xi iroweii Xjouisvuie most of the time in the East and this property is too valuable regiments are already forming and with him and the boy went into the Jas II Moore Georgetown Ky secre- Â¬ most of the commissions have been Mr Robt E Moringstar store picked up some small articles for the Doctor to keep closed for so much time therefore they J M vVintersmith Louisville tary of the Kentucky Press Asso- Â¬ promised in both and ran out the back door but was W V Riley Cincinnati have decided to have the property sold Call at the office of the not captured Marion was given ciation was in town last night The Stanford Interior Journal D B Caldwell New York He says the trip to Mackinac this until 12 oclock to day to get out of Abstract Company and see plat of the way in which the proper- Â¬ says Mr L Thomas Lasley is Prof- - Geo Hanson Denmark town No case could have been year will be the best ever taken by back from Costa Rica to see his J L Miller Flournoy ty has been divided made out against him and it was the Association mother after two years absence thought best to get rid of him as He is very muched changed in ap- Â¬ Eight Tlore Cavalry Horses soon as possible Paducah News pearance by that tropical climate Co who adver- Â¬ E T Guyten but his friends readily recognized Next Monday at 430 oclock tised to buy cavalry horses at him even if he does look like a disease by the timely use of Treasurers Report were City Treasurer Crenshaw is Laynes stable yesterday Mr Lasley is a con Tutts Liver Pills an old and Spaniard in city all day the and ready with his report lor the next ductor on a railroad ruuning from favorite remedy of increasing CHRISTIAN ACT GOHPANT in buying eight San J meeting of the council The report succeeded Jose to Port Ljmon and gets popularity Always cures horses at prices ranging from 05 300 a month which after counting was completed yesterday and is a The average price was the difference between its silver -- iG-EiTT SICK HEADACHE very creditable financiahstatement to 130 89 Â¬ Mr Moore who represented and our gold makes much greater sour stomach malaria indiges- Â¬ According to Treasurer Cren miimi JfPrrTtfnTTrf shaws report the receipts for the purchasing firm left on the 513 wages than our conductors re- Â¬ tion torpid liver constipation Â¬ the month amounted to 225201 train and the horses will be ship ceive 60 and all bilious diseases and the disbursements to 200979 ped later to the South The Columbia Chainlej Liver PILLS The cash on hand to the credit of Three Old Hen Sick Our Only Cavalry Recruit City Treasurer amounts the m Mr Win Johnson is quite ill with Mr L D Brown son of Judge to 255700 from which there on North Main m fever at his home is due the school fund the sum of M D Brown who joined the cav- Â¬ street He is now getting better alry a few days ago reported for 30415 The balance in the treasury duty at Fort McPherson Ga and Mr Larkin Harped who lives Is especially truo of HooiVs rills for no modi is235700 was assigned to the first U S Cav- Â¬ on the Fairview pike is critically clno over contained so great curative power In alry under Capt Frank A Ed- Â¬ ill He is over 90 years old and so small spaco They uto a whole mcdlclno The Binder Trade Jle is now at Lakeland very feeble Few people have any idea how wards Mr W B Lander who has been many wheat binders are sold in Fla Lieut Wright will he here again ill for some weeks ih worse this iropkinsville during a wheat har Â¬ week and is now confined to his vest season A well posted dealer this week to examine nine other re- Â¬ bed vticiv uiivuya ruauy ui QBBh Â¬ says the number this year of all cruits who have reported at the reways efficient always sat- 11 1 1 I Jg lsfactory prevent a cold W makes will be about 250 divided cruiting office Workhouse Wide Open or fever euro all liver Ills between four different agencies The last prisoner in the work elck headache Jaundice constipation eto 25c H Big Meeting at Mnnnington There is lively competition between Tlieonly iilis to take with lloods BarsaparHla A protracted meeting conducted house has served out his term and the reaper linns and the principal the Jcounty pen is now wide open ones keep agents scouring the by KevH W O Rickard and C C with not a single occupant This connlry in all directions in search Hall is in progress atColesChapel Is a Grand Success the first time on record that the of those needing machinery which near Mannington and will continue is been entirely empty institution has are sold on time where time is want- Â¬ until Sunday mid tltq only clminlosg tjint Iui3 fjivou fluoce8H mul hits pro von t Horses and Hiiles Wanted ed Holf so Wo Iihvq tliom on exhibition ns well h u number of Co Commissioners Sale I will be in Hopkinsville Monday M WPTIIAVRNUHOTHi W lumbiti make of olmin whooln from For Chickamauga M jm fas to 75 KV i ouisvili Monday June 6 18981 1 a in MH Wo carry tho best nBflorltnont of Bioyolo SuuiirioH and R Kjt A the government is bent on Those desiring to purchase Iiouscr June 6 to buy good mules and horses llest U Hotel in the Vrd That pairing cf all kinds We do all kindn of oxpert ropairioRj nil work W Jlectri JUcvnto war was again emphasized last farm property or to invest in any and will pay the highest market M IlKKCAMruutI Manageprice Will be at Laynes livery inj H promptly dono Wo nreheadrjunrtorfl for Gas X5 1 cycle litml night when twenty car loads of kind of real estate would do well and Carbltc Give ua a call Yours to please to attend this sale on above date stable E T IlyoHBS miUea paused through on a special as there is some desirable property train They were bound to Chick both farms and city property to For Sale EM CO I have noma nlc6 fatnilv horses at amauga and had been purchased be nohl FjankRivks my atable for sale Cf JLI ayb Mwtcr Cbmr of the C C C at St LouM m CHURCHILL AGAIN PERSONAL GOSSIP MEE Mr C AND THE THE WtfCE OF FLOUR Mr John C Willis of Pembroke was in the city yesterday Mr E E Wash of Wallonia was In the city yesterday Mr A M Henry of Newstead spent yesterday in the city Mrs Herbert Shanklinof Church Hill was in the city yesterday Mr Jno B Everett IheFairview merchant was here yesterday fr Miss Carrie Lloyd of Pembroke is the guest of Mrs E St ituii Esq Jno W Hicks of Cerulean Springs was in town yesterday Mr and Mrs Gus Robinson of Fruit Hill were in town yesterday J Guter p5 uOC Q Ammunition lv - 48c XOO Op 40 C Kp 15c J JJ tlrdtU O in in TT The Hopsoti Property Public Auction f 7c At 41 OClock -- 1 Arrest DONT Forget the Time A6STR QeRtiQEW TUTTS 3 Much in Little Hoods E - VI 1 - 9 f 1 2 MOSS juu 2 - yy f n