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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c G r T JB I n VOL 1 NO 32 f list ft HOPKINSVILLE KY SATURDAY MORNINO JUNE 4 1898 PRICE 2 CENTS EIGHT AMERICAN PRISONERS CAPTURED do - WARRIORS FORGED AN ORDER IK v nil it the li u l J Maine Disaster Repeated At Santiago Says a Span 4 i ish Report Colored Cavalry Recruits Who Leslie Shipp In Jail for Alleged Pedro Argonauta AmbroslaBolivar and Miguel Jover and the Have Gone to the Front Crookedness captains of most of the sailing- prizes There are nearly 450 seamen crews of prize vesselshcreand they will be released on the same terms All matriculars under the Spanish laws are subject to instant conscripLieut Johnson Secures Nineteen Charged With Forging Adams tion on their arrival at any Spanish port Men and Will Put In One Daltons Names To An Order Marshal Horr will carry parole blanks to the vessels to morrow More Day For Goods As soon as the men sign them theyjjwill be moved to the Catalina and Miguel Jover which have been released by the United States District 4 ¬ court and will sail for Barcelona as soon as bonds equal to the value of the ships and cargoes have been filed by their owners t Special Santiago advices say Tennesse To Manila The Port Antonio Jamaica June 3 that the Amcricanfleet renewed the attack upon the harbor fortifi- ¬ Second Regiment Ordered to Asia cations and Spanish warships at 3 oclock this morning This fire was well sustained until 4 oclock An American auxiliary cruiser Washington June 3 Gen Corbin this afternoon teleSpecial attempted to force a passage of tiic harbor but was sunk by the ex- ¬ graphed orders for the Second Tennessee Regiment to start for San once to embark fOKthePhilippines under Gen Merritt Eight Americans were made prisoners by the Francisco at plosion of a torpedo The Second Tennessee and thelFifth Iowa were added as Corbin Spanish The story comes from Spanish sources and has not been said for the reason they wanted two first class for additional regiments confirmed from any other source ¬ Merritt The Washington Authorities Refuse to Credit the Jamaica Story Washington D C June 3 Special A brief bulletin telling- o Schleys reconoisance at Santiago Tuesday is all the information the navy department has given out today This bulletin confirms the press reports of the firing- - on the fortifications at Santiago It appears from the bulletin that Schley concentrated his fire upon the Spanish defenses It seems probable that had he found the conditions more propitious than they were he would have made an assault upon the forts Notwithstanding the positive statument coming- from Jamaica that the second Spanish fleet from Cadiz has crossed the Atlantic and is about to join Cervera at Santiago the officers of the Naval Department CapLSig sbee of the St declare that the Cadiz fleet is still at Cadi Paul reported to the NaVy Department to day and had a conference with Acting Secretary Allen Thrall and Jones thetwo newspaper men vho were in prison at Havana and were exchanged for two Spanish officers also reported at the Navy Department during the day - Schley Heard from afcLast t His Attack Was a Success Washington June 3 Special The Navy Department has re- ¬ ceived an official report from Commodore Schley regarding his recent at tack on the fortifications at the entrance to Santiago harbor It was Com- at to days cabinet meeting and received with satisfaction read modore Schley says that his attack was made for the purpose of deve In that re- oping- - the enemys position to locale their batteries etc spect it was he says entirely successful and he accomplished what he J set out to do None of his vessels was touchedby the enemy volleys and there were no casualties or mishaps on his vessels He says in addition that he has no reasonable doubt thatCerveras lleet is inside the harbor at Santiago SAY WHAT YOU GIVf fi US A y WELL BELIEVE IT WHEN WE SEE IT Lieut Johnson of the Tenth Cav- ¬ alry has had good succcssJhere in securing colored recruits for his regiment The first day he got none at all but the second day he received eight and these were sent to the front Tuesday night Yes ¬ terday ten more were added to his list and sent last night to Port Mc Pherson The complete list is here published for the first time John Wright Wm Wagner Mc Clellan Redd John Brewer Henry C Owsley Ed Ratcliffe Geo R Ratcliffe Geo Layne Richard Buckner Buford Young William Pryor Fairlcigh Broadie James Gregg William Lloyd Robt Buck- ¬ ner Lawson Smith John Hurt and Thos Taylor Lieut Johnson will remain here one more day and expects to get several more The men enlisted have already gone in two detach ¬ ments to Atlanta where they will report for duty at once Lieut Johnson will go from here to Paducah He has been out in the State a month and has recruit- ¬ ed 125 men which he regards as going unusually well as the work of examination is tedious and la- ¬ borious A great many other applicants failed to pass ALFONSO XIII Leslie Shipp a colored boy was arrested yesterday afternoon on a warrant charging- him with forging orders on B J Mathews He has been in the emplov of Ad ¬ ams Dalton a contracting firm and this firm has been trading with Mr Mathews doing an order bus ¬ iness Knowing- this Shipp forged the firms name to an order for goods upon it He was arrested by officer Cra- ¬ vens and was arraigned for trial before Judge Leavell He waived examination and in default of bond was sent to jail to await the action of the grand jury that meets next week Shipp appears to be in a - - verv hnri serrini n a m MATRONS To Mend Darn and Wash For Each Regiment of Volunteers fl lit ill t TVS 1 W Special The correspondent here of Kingston Jamaca June 3 OFF FOR PORTO the Associated Press has been informed from an apparently authentic source at Port Antonia this island that a Spanish lleet from Cadiz is THREE REGIMENTS LEAVE MOBILE nearing- West Indian waters The Spanish lleet is said to consist of sixteen warships among them Special The Second Cavalry the Third In being battleships and three torpedo boats Mobile Ala JuneS fantry and the Twentieth Infantry took passage on transports this The British second class cruiser Indefatigable Capt George A for Porto Rico Other troops Primrose has sailed for Santiago with several doctors on board in or- ¬ eveningIt is believed they are bound will probably leave by rail for Tampa tomorrow der to watch the impending- battle and aid the wounded RICO - Reported to Be Safe in the Harbor of Washington D C June 3 Sen- ¬ ator Faulkner has introduced a bill authorizing- the Secretary of War to appoint tvo matrons to each regi- ¬ ment oi volunteers to serve durinjr the war with Spain Their duty is prescribed as follows To mend darn wash the clothing and see to the sanitary condition of the men of of their respective commands The bill provides that the matrons must be between the ages of 35 and 55 and of good moral character Sen- ¬ ator Faulkner explained that the bill was introduced at the request of a number of worthy ladies BLACK CANNIBALS i Puerto Rico - - LISTENING FOR NEWS THE PRES IDENT HAS HIS EAR TO THE GROUND Washington June 3 Special The President informed the mem bers of the Cabinet when they mej to day to be in readiness to answer a summons to the White TJouse as he was expecting a report from Samp son and the fleets at any moment now This expectancy is based on the orders which were sent to Sampson when he was instructed to join Com modore Schley MRS ATKINSONS TRIAL Case Against the Wife of West Virginias Governor Wheeling- W Va June 3 In the second trial of Mrs George W Atkinson wife of Gov Atkinson on - ¬ K The transports with the troops are on their way and word has Before been received here that the second division is off Key West and Schley are expected to have utterly they reach Santiago Sampson demolished the fortifications at the entrance of the harbor of Santiago and Sampsons general orders arc to take the city capture or destroy the Spanish fleet at any cost A Under Brig Gen - Hilling May Go to the Philippines Chickamnriiga Park Ga June 3 The Third Kentucky Regiment ar rived here at U oclock yesterday morning and was assigned to the quarters recently vacated by the One Hundred and Fifty seventh Indi- ¬ ana The regiment has bjsfirf assigned to the first division of the first corps and third brigade commanded by Brig Gen Hilling- - The soldiers are in good health are well quartered and are enthusiastic over areport that they will probably be sent to thePhiippines the charge of forgery and jointly in dicted with J P Covens as acces- sory Judge Blizzardsustained the demurrer of the defense and so far as Mrs Atkinson is concerned she is temporarily released It will be remembered that Mrs Atkinson was indicted on a charge that she had forged the signature of a previous husband the late Judge Gideon Camden to certain receipts and other papers given to Owens in some real estate transac ¬ tions and that on her first trial last winter the jury disagreed At the former trial the defense was that Mrs Camden had proper au therity to sign her invalid husbands name to business papers and prac- ¬ tically handled all his business for him The prosecution claimed that papers or some of them were the given after Judge Camdens death Unfounded Rumor It was reported last night that George Ratcliff a colored man who recruited in this city Thursday and was sentSouthtojoin thcTenth cavalry had been killed while en route The rumor said that his head was struck by a car while he was looking out of the window of a Investigation failed to sub coach stantiate the rumor ¬ Spanish Prisoners ParoledUoit Wnol - Forty Five Returned to Spain r s M - ix of the Span reserves held as prisoners of war in the liar- rm iiuiwi iiiiu iiiiiuiiMi nv iimiiwi xintMci nMuiiiimiun im j -- w niv vi i vo xuuy jJicwyuw iworaot honor to jfo back to go back to Spain and neither There is a hot contest between 7 NJJgrmp againtl f uilftllejS State nor ad her enemie until the war the Louisville Legion and an Iowa of being repimeut for the honor for rpwn- - the 2 0r regiment mustered in un- ¬ f calf for 135000 volun- 1 der lh frin lorty Uve a comftriw the captain Gui- - eera of the Catkin d pecHii- 1l a nmtrcuafti lu or naval 1 5 C 1 x orty Tl nve oujeers 1 n 1 y 11 1 -- iii te Wttsybilnil j A t ttte lit h fif The Howard Baker Feud Barboursulle Ky June 3 The ITownrd Baker foud broke out ag ain last night when Tom Baker shot and instantly killed Beverly While a member of the Howard faction They met on the highway seeral miles of Manchester More trouble poned Clarksvllle Criminal Court is expected when Bakers trial The ClarksviHe Criminal Court comes Up next Monday Polo y Bcrnabe formerly Senor minister to thp United Statcs has will adjourn today Chancery Court Mr ami Mrs J I Wiles of appointed uuder secretary in convene Monday and the minutes view were in town yesterday yill be kept open for tw weeks the foreign offiee at Madrid Madrid June 3 The report that the Spanish troop ship Alfonso XIII had been captured by an American auxiliary cruiser is with- ¬ out foundation It is annouueed of- ¬ SUCCEEDS PROF RYLAND ficially that the Alfonso X11I is now landing- her cargo of provisions at Prof Jones Will Be President of Puerto Rico The Captain General Bethel College of Puerto Rico cables that theques Russellville Ky June 3 Prof tion of subsistence has raised no Thos S Jones President of Bethel difficulty in the island as several College Cuthbert Ga has been vessels have entered the ports with offered and has accepted the Presi provisions dency of Bethel College at this place He is a young man but MORE DELAY thirty one years old but has a rep- utation as one of the ablest educa Gen riiles Taking It Leisurely at tors of the South His wife is said a Six Dollar a Day Hotel to be a fine musician and declined an offer of a large salary to teach Tampa Fla June 3 With the music in a seminary in Cuthbert establishment of general army Lynching Probable headquarters at Tampa and with 3 George Major General Miles on the ground Nashville Tenn June Scott a young colored man is in personally directing the movements jail at Springfield Tenn charged with attempting criminal assault of the army affairs here almost on Mrs William Scoggins wife of stagnant for some time have again a well-to-d- o farmer living jnst taken on a considerable degree of across the line in Logan county activity but no embarkation of Kentucky Mrs Scoggins success- ¬ troops has as yet taken place trom fully resisted the negros assault this point and her husband chased him some Although the work of preparing distance getting close enough to ¬ pepper him with bird shot from the army for the campaign contin head to feet He will be lynched ues with unabated vigor until the it is thought when taken back to fate of the powerful Spanish lleet is Adairville settled no orders for the invasion of Cuba are expected Admiral BASEBALL NEWS Cervera is apparently thu unknown SIKCIAr quantity in thm problem of war Baltimore 4 St Louis 5 When he is disposed of it is Washington 4 Louisville 10 probable the opportunity the army Brooklyn 2 Chicago 1 4 Pittsburg 8 Philadelphia has so long waited for will come New York 10 Cincinnati 10 and come quickly Boston and Cleveland games post- ¬ - Eat Ten of Eighteen Prisoners Captured In New Guinea San Francisco June 3 Mail ad ¬ vices received from Australia con- ¬ tain a brief account of the cannibal outrage in New Guinea A number of native prisoners held at Mom bare escaped and lied to the bush tribes in that neighborhood The fugitives gathered a strong- force and returned to Mombare They attacked a peaceful village below the police camp whose people they suspected of treachery and carried olf all the women They captured and killed IS men 10 of whom they - te STARS AND STRIPES Will Hereafter Float on San Mi ¬ guel Islaud June 3 Capt Waters the owner of San Miguel Island has made the discovery that this bit of land was never ced ¬ ed to Mexico by Spain By some oversight it was omitted from the v list of islands given up when Mexi ¬ can independence was acknowledg¬ ed As soon as he learned this fact Captain Waters hastehed to his little Inland hoisted the Ameri ¬ can tlag and took formal possess ¬ ion in the name of the United States Los Angeles Cal M 1 bn lk lilmntoli ill - BJBMIHlBWWWWIMjpijWPlllB TTJWPJNHWFi tmmmmmm -l- rBKignatipnitud wyef it twtulen at per assv 3k r- yr couyt interest CS - su foe ilirlarrilsrvr Vfl id f rlirviv ail funtucfcian -- daily Market keportv 3 Corroded Unity My Hnil Bh KKivIImi arri Hroker HoiklHvllIo Olilcatfo JttitrK6t llanktff1 Ky Tremendous Sacrifice IW jjiiMujuu lliiiJ4JOU lJ8 Publslied ovefy montlnjf caecpt Monday by OKAS X XSACXAK 213 8 Main Dellvcreitby carrier toAli prtrtt of the cUjrat I WI a v- ff 92 Per Month 8U03lIPXIOX KATES 85 Per Week of Cash Whea 70H 32K 33 JHifft K Closing 94 NEW GOODS 10 July Wheat Sept Wheat July Corn 93tf 1 94 14v80 345 34K Three more soldiers have died pneumonia at Chicknmaugn - TATE TURNED BACK Sept Corn July Oats JulvJPork frul v 24l 10 89 6 10 5 80 JiVVETZS STORE v Senor Pold y Bernabe k 6 17 Card States has minister to the United frifiitalliir 5 87 5 87 A Volunteer Who Hid When the been appointed under secretary in Now YorlcStoeknnntl Cotton W the foreign office at Madrid Landing Was Made Opg Higt Closing 1 formerly 11 00 6 17 10J5 ror Economical Ruvers m Great Hopkitisville Mecca 1 - t 4 theLduisville Legfion and an Iowa tf 4 4s 02f tr of being Details of the First Expedition CHicatroGaa regiment for the honor HW1 0 CB Q Is invited to mspdefc m large stock of Spring Dry Goods Notions Cloth ¬ Sent to Cuba on the the last regiment mustered in un ¬ 5G 55 56tf N L der thetirst call for 125000 volun ing Qtc before making their piirclmssJSverytliinfe new and iiptQdute in all i 1 05 Florida 1 04 Manhattan 1 05 teers 1 44 1 42 1 42 U Sugar i departments Bill 26 Walter Forresters friend 26 26 Iron Coal Lyons has been promised a com Tampa Fla June 3 The trans- ¬ Puts 79 Calls 826nSep Wheat mission in the commissary depart- ¬ port Florida which left here over OtilrjiK KecolptH TtMlity He got the two weeks ago with one of the ment at Washington 31 Cars Wheat promise without Gen Forresters largest expeditions for the arming 1181CarH Corn endorsement and reinforcement of the Cuban Oats Dandies made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH 45 Cars They are army ever sent out from Tampa re- ¬ Cattle 35000 Head o The old game is to be repeated turned here last night Confined i nog niuriiot Now that harvest is at on this year charjre of Lijrht board with the crave A25 lie we hand the price of wheat is to be desertion against him is an Ameri forced down until the new crop is can who enlisted in the Cuban voa JPhoo movedand then put up again after lunteers who were sent On the Flor- Rough GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU 425 it gets in the hands of the specula- ¬ ida but who according to Capt Heavy tors Hopkinsville Produce flarket Silver who piloted the expedition THE PLAGE -I I moment Cash pricefl paid by HopkiiiBvillo REMEMBER to its destination at the last Next Door to Hardwicks The Gorman amendment propos- ¬ when all the supplies had been merchants ing a tax of one quarter of one per cent on the gross receipts of cor- ¬ landed and the volunteers were Bacou in- ¬ engaged in the relining ready for their march into the porations Hams conutry 7110c showed the white feather of petroleum and sugar has been terior Shoulders A 8Jc ignominously hid himstelf on agreed to and will catch the Stand and Sides t 6558c t1i board the transport ard Oil and Sugar trusts V Lard The mans name is said to be Are you interested in the prices of Ladies and Childrens Slippers He lives in Tampa and Country Produce The gunboat Leyden has captur- ¬ Tate ft 1620o ButiVr ed a small key near Cardenas and joined the volunteers some time be- ¬ this is an opportunity that you canfi afford to miss To dlosfe these lines the American flag now floats from fore their departure What action Eggs 12k ouc ngsa away we Have aecided to cut the 1 a Cuban lighthouse The Spanish will be taken in his case has not TWO- - AIL of our ladies and 3682c Now feathers childrens slippers gunboats in the harbor have made yet been decided Beeswax 2022c The main features of the Florida no effort to recapture the key They Tallow 3c K are busv fillinir the only unmined expedition have been published but Ginseng per lb 2225 additional details were learned channel with obstructions Honey if v 10c from Pilot Silver and from Capt Our Little Giant shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to washed wool g Tub i2880c this The St Louis Post Dispatch Dorst who had charge of the ex- ¬ Grouped 1820c market and every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of this owned by Joseph Pulitzer whose pedition assertion Although Spanish sol Burry wool ldldc J New York paper did not support diers were within three miles of the Mr Bryan makes this comment landing place and two Spanish Poultry Old chickens live peribf v5Cc In view of the factthatover6000 gunboats were only fivemiles away ¬ Roosters 000 American citizens thought Will21c f v iam J Bryan fit for the position of absolutely no trouble was exper- ¬ Turkeys per lb Gc v4 Commander-in-Chie- f of the Army ienced in landing the stores The and Navy President McKinley Spaniards undoubtedly knew that Mi WORTH 75c 100 125 and 1 50 could well afford to take the risk of stores and volunteers were being Grain giving him a regiment put on shore but they did not xome Glover per bushel l KJ near There were no interruptions Oats home grown per bu 3588c Orders have been issued appor- ¬ during the entire three days the f35c Com tioning the territory in which the Florida spent in the harbor The Wheat95c 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 125 and 150 immune regiments are to be raised transports was met by a crowd of Live stock T Only four of the ten regiments will perhaps 300 pacificos old men and V Hogsii 33C0 be colored The Sixth and Eighth women emaciated and almost Sheep 2B0365 will be recruited from Kentucky naked who had heard of her com- ¬ Cuttle 2R504i and Tennessee and part of the ing and who assisted with an eager ¬ Calves black kid and tan 350l We will also put in this sale our entire line of Seventh from Tennessee Recruit- ¬ ness that was almost pathetic in button spring heel shoes sizesfrom 5s to 13s at same big reduction ing offices will be opened at Louis- ¬ unloading the cargo of the Florida Hides and Furs Half Greon liirlfiR Rrh7n ville Knoxville and Memphis On the second day of the Flori we are still selling i n at prime Eastern ureon Halted luilos bu das stay in the harbor a good Dry Hint ln12c They had a high old time in the sized body of Cuban insurgents1 in Now York Cost French Chamber of Deputies command of Gen Rayo appeared Vegetables M Deschanel was on the shore and the work of un- ¬ Wednesday Novy potatoes per bushel J5c of the Chamber loading was then pushed with the elected President jSSSigsssss Cabbage per head 5f0o vote of 277 to utmost vigor The day previous over M Brisson by a to 276but there was such an uproar the force under Gen Rayo had an In Memory of Mrs Morris he refused to accept Thursday engagement lasting several hours lIrs Morris who was born ApijiH another election was held and Des- ¬ with a large body of Spanish troops 30th 1809 died May 21 1898 at the chanel was elected by 282 to 278 which resulted in the defeat of the residence of her son F P Morris THE PRESENT CRSIS amid similar scenes of disorder latter The insurgents lostadozen She lingered with heart trouble and killed during the pursuit of the old age She was a very admirabje The American Tract Society of Spaniards Word came that the old lady and was respected by a New York in one of its April publi steamer Florida was on the coast large circle of friends and acquain THEPOSTDISPATGH cations printed an article on Poor and without stopping for rest or ra White Women in the South that tions the insurgents took up the tances She was a tender indul Is the Only lJnil you have sccii my new line of imported S over the march to the sea eighteen miles gent mother she was sincere in vher caused the papers all St Louis Paper friendship She was a bright and South to denounce the article as distant No stop was made until SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS With Its Own Staff Correspondents false and libelous The author of the shore was reached and al- ¬ useful member of society and la at all Points of Interest v the article was Mrs Houghton and though the insurgents for twenty sinning ornament io ner sex At flnvnnn I guarantee QUL1TY STYLE and WORKMAN- Mr Sylyepter Scovel the publication has made a com- ¬ four hours had nothing to eat but a Mrs Morris leaves forly pn SHIP the best that money can secure iuuuriu plete retraction saying the offen- ¬ few bananas apiece they went to grand children and thirty threej S great grandchildren Mr A E Houghton fj At Washington sive article got in while the editor work at once unloading the Flor- ¬ was sick Following is an extract idas cargo The cases contain- ¬ She is gone That hand so warm Air Stnnlmn nnnanl is novcofd and lifeless as the clods from it At Now Yor- krifles were broken open qf ing the tle Mr Morton Ytitkius E No 14 South Main It is surely time to recognize the the contents distributed among the turned valley in Her florid cheek his S pale death Her eye so needs of the poor whites in our men and out on the pack mules for k THE NEWS OF THE DAY IN full of lustre has ceased to r rinnct Southern cities and especially of 4 conveyance So hungry were the in softness on her four sons the women among them and They are not an attractive nor insurgents that several cases of one daughter and is darkened THE POST DISPATCH hopeful class Feeble of body and bacon were broken open by them m 15 cents ever h week fiovon days if e as a general thing weak of mind and the contents eaten raw livortnl by ngoiit 60 cents a month Her heart which once bealrfo sodden with snuff through the un The State Election Commission- ¬ nign wun nopes 01 nie and glory t lif sent by nmil cleanly habit of dipping utterly illiterate not only but untrained to ers will not hear anyone in person iiiiN uciisuu io inrou anu ner voice any useful employment these wo ¬ recommending persons for ap- ¬ sounds no more But she left the 1 men are entirely without that ro in pointment as county election com world in peace and her friends in mantic charm which invests the Al ft mnntlynoiilliml price the New York girls and women of the mountains missioners says the Frankfort Ar- ¬ tears She had a hope beyond IccJKrUmakInKpnaof the mout remnrkablo OnmoraoiTcMof themason PktX The city women are as dull un- ¬ gus All recommendations must be mortal shores In her was cvjnced out aii liniiiHiiHii number of Tlitiy aro pomllnB cnmoraM to all parta inviting thankless material as in writing and every recommenda- ¬ the excellency of the of the tlilted States It Is in reality but gospel pD these are the reverse But they tion will have Mil consideration from Methodism to the dying in her it They have eternal have souls T the commissioners They will have manifested tfs saving power its if Outdoing others Outdoing oiiisolvek invnluo giving Qroatur liar needs and eternal possibilities fjrtho Camera wltli nomplotQ outfit for pho- - gains more Bargnina tlmn over bofQi eternal responsibilities too though no certain named day to make peerless majesty and glory itsJ Wo aro Hplling uhonnor bocauao these it would seem they must county appointments but they will supreme conquest over death and fiUlpartleulttroreKarilliiK vhln Ieinarl ablo of wo nro Holling inory Wo liavo i for a It in extremely llmltad The Camera Is largely share with ns Christians have all the appointments complete hell thorougily high urmle anil llrHtoluos In every by living close to the cross resneotUttPrt with all modern Improvements who neglect them IPIHI t Hats trimmed in the latest styles vvu itu fVrf It was this bright hope which mill 1u ti run lnuil in iuniiitiiitiu AlUUUSS of qur Southern for every county in the State pre ¬ For the girls to September 1 1898 Sailors in all the new slinnnc And rnlni c cities there is at present only we vious elevated OAMERA DEPARTMENT sustained and cheered JiitiF Industry- - prostitution Tley are i nfiwr iiuwers veuings enmon and nets for trimmirie Bn her languid spirit when the embers THE NEW YORK LEDGER iMuuuna too sluggish and dull witted for is estimated that the war will of mortal life were feebly It LJSIJOKn lUmDlNONVOITV glimmer ¬ factory work they have not perse ¬ will cost 600000000 if it continues uave you seen our line of new belts r ing in the socket pf existence verance enough for household vork one year Jewel belts leather belts kid cloves enrsfifa Weary of life theyve Intel lier tlpwn qV sewing- - Among these women send at once for BOYS ShouldHut JUfltlAMIlnil Bpeelnl pre- lllllllll With folded ImniU upon jher breot Ualn L Hosiery handkerchiefs etc the Mormon propagandists find HrhltllN liauj Jill llllliHi lwTlll ILPflUBl II1II11IB Bargains speak for tfiamielves JBr Hor kouI has put on wIiih of peafca Mr M S Thompson of Cadiz ti ninny Valuable urtliilw are to be RIKIS work hundreds of their easiest Aiul wliiKett Kullllit to Heuven to rMt Was hi toyu yesterda them 0 to Utah every year Nw fil There is a hot contest between Aug Cotton Airi Tob 6 44 1 09 tf 1 02 1 05 6 45 1 oy 1 1 05 G 40 J no THE PUBLIC - ¬ ¬ 5 f p MS Ladies yf -- Vv Sii SEE Our Ready Msar ill Suits be the Best Latest Styles - and lildrens 2m Slippers 0 it IFSO AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS I -- Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers CUT PRICE 40c - s 50c 65c and 75c OUT PRICE 40 50 65 75 OTS Little Giant REMEMBER 1 I Clothing Price VV UAMMOTH - O OTHIIsra SHOE CO Dont Do a Thing - M -- -- ii fc jl S jr zk J L Tobitl Tailor H 9 ¬ r 0 THE PALACE I i I te fflBneiyTTIillinery ZFift Cents it 1 1 i - A 11 I J I L York dnor iMmriMni 1 Nwwyprtl Mv AdalEY - cv ff ix o 0 m SCIENCE Aivic d HFw UTEN TO YOURSELF 111 Mil jkh tetclicr let me hoar yau tonoh Tou hve bravo yoria rrdm oldon eeorB Ih ldi e 0 Ihoso lonft benrdcd in On Ot all tho far off yonrs Th uray old thpilghts of gray old nlon Beneath the Asian stars Drought snfo by fa to through claslilng Of uiiremembored wars XA you have read the huddled tomes Of many an alcovod shelf But havo you stood bonoath the stars Ajid listened to yourself years I- If V teacher lot mo hear you teach at old sagos feet havo sat KMow you the man within your coat The man beneath your hat Teu know the thoughts that shaped tho wonu From ortcomurlcs blown What says the man who talks with thee When thou art all alonp Why should Illstoh to n man Who listens at tho alcovod shelf Man lot mo hear a living man Who listens to hlmsolf -- Sam Waltor Foas In N T Sun AH I Tou fr CITY ADVENTURE I c y Two pooplo coming to Chicago at about the same tune from the same placo and with about the same aspira- ¬ tions arc liable to meet with similar experiences As an illustration o of good people who make a specialty of remaining at home except whcrK tnero are excursion rates This young man tired of the long days and quiet evenings in Loam City with nothingbut an occasional lecture or church soqial to break the eternal monotony He wanted to be where he could hear the ding ding of the cable cars and seo the patiol wagons go by He used his iniluenco with a traveling salesman who came to sell goods to his father every 30 or GO days and at last had a chance to go to work in the shipping department of the wholesale house at a salary which represented the wildest dreams of Loam City avarice although you may bo sure that he found it small enough after a few weeks among the cigar stores and cafetieres of the cruel me- - high sounding proposition there may bo related the experience of tho young man from lioam City which is more loam than city and yet a community this rather tropolis Oh you who have lived in town all your days and who became dulled to the charms of urban life through too much early contact if you could see Chicago just once as the Loam City boy saw it in the dusk as he walked northward from the Polk street station The mountainous office buildings towered for miles abovo him The roar of the city smote strangely on an ear accustomed to the perennial I J silence pf Loam City Every hansom cab that trundled by with a driver tilted jauntily on the high perch had to him the charm of novelty and dream of luxury Far down the street he saw tho gliding cable trains and to him they were still a mystery and a delight Tho ineandescent lights studded the windows like jewels and as he walked past the brilliant interiors he felt that he could almost breathe the glare and get an intoxicating effect And tho people who pushed by him in tho gathering current How easy and self possessed they seemed in all tho turmoil and excitement Perhaps they had become accustomed to this circus day noise and splendor They were so well dressed too many of them and they moved rapid- ly nlon boys talking women laughing shouting jostling crowd- ing It jwas tho six pclock rush and with it came a clamor of wheels and bell3 and screeching brakes The young man clung to his valise more desperately He tried to watch the whirling and eddying streams of people and he became dizzy in the ef- ¬ fort All tho time he had a sick lone- somencss as he realized that no one person in this multitude knew him or cared for him One young man when suddenly pushed into tho activities of city life will give way to his timidity and fright and not recover for weeks Another after the tirstdopressing feet will feel tho contagion of movc- juontand enjoyment and will want to join in them immediately The young man from Loam City t had no sooner deposited his valise at jKtho European hotel and hurried to the Btrcet again than ho felt an oxhilarat- cf- -- 0 jiriig if not better Chicago He had an assertive self confidence and that very useful convictipn that one man is as good as another - rights and privileges as a resident of desire to take advantage of all his J Ho came to a restaurant from the vdoois of which there escaped a con- ¬ tinuous uproar Tho shouts of the waiters tho clatter of dishes and the fihufllo of feet joined with the rumble of tall from a vast herd of people at tho tables There were at least 300 men and women in the place Some fwero eating voraciously Others t champed nervously and beckoned for their portions of meat Still others talked m Thcro were constellations of elcc- jtricjights above and on any side Tho oolorcd stucco work in -- the ceiling townO itsolf in billows and patohw of mirror gleamed jan iJJi lr mum - Hett xfp grandeur im iuflh terUoilt tfWWBf 4 Row people think that wrestling holds any importance in such cases Permit me to say that they are sadly mistaken There is no situation that I know of where wrestling could not be used to certain advantage It would avoid bloodshed and the brutal maiming which sometimes happens in scraps By learning my pet hobby a small man is able to cone with the larger antagonist It is not a pleasant position to be in when a six footman attacks you if you are a mere stripling Yet by getting a low hold upon him and Avith the knowledge of how to throw your strength and weighthe is hound to fall to the ground It is well to remember that in such a posi- ¬ tion height is equalized It then be- ¬ comes a mere question of coolness and power I think I am safo in say ¬ ing that all small men should learn wrestling if for nothing else than their own benefit I am a thorough believer in phys ¬ ical culture I have had a large expe ¬ rience in training men and have seen old men regain their youth by such means It makes tho weak strong again it turns sickness into health first On the street ten days after hoar If moro men would givo up the crazo rivedhe met a friend from Loam City of making money and devoto somo little timo and thought to exercise lie sctfzchimhy the hand tho American raco would bo bettor TIow aro you Ed ho asked Louisville Courier Journal Well 1 declare Ive been around off j to tho store to soe you but they Tho Lazy Spaniards wouldnt let mo in What are you doin up hero Tho Spaniards aro too lazy to cut I came up to locate Say where their own corn At harvest timo did you get that ring crowds of Portuguese cross the bor Why der and do all the harvesting Because Ive got one just like it A Curious Coincidence I bought it of a colored fellow in front By curious poincidoifce tho num Well Ill bo darned Thats ber of alived lpst at sea during 189G in Chtgtgi mine British TOirohuut ehips 1 returned as ¬ and the yoting mrtn from Loam City gave himself over to tho most riotous imaginings as ho leaned hack In his ehair perfectly at home and perfectly self possessed He was only six hours away from Loam City and yet he was in anothoMvorld all stucco and elec- ¬ tric lights and genuine happiness lie brought a spluttering negro to his side by a condescending move ¬ ment of tho hand and ordered an oyster stew after which he devoted his time to a study of people at the surrounding tables trying to select from each one a home and a business occupation no was rather surprised to learn that the charge for the oyetor stew was only 20 cents Tho stew had not been particularly good but ho naturally expected to pay something for incidental magnificence Ho walked out of the restaurant and stood in front picking his teeth as he felt that he had a right to do having just eaten in the place no had a joyous senso of freedom and was keen with anticipation He knew that no matter in which direc- ¬ tion he moved the city would unroll itself in a panorama of new life and that if ho would but look he might see all the fashion the architectural beauty the marvelous show windows the picturesque wickedness and the attractive poverty of Chicago lie strolled away from tho restaurant wondering why he had not come to the city years before A crash of music startled him and ho discovered that he was in front of a dime museum The colored paintings shrieked at the passersby A concealed brass barnd played with deafening vigor Behind a glass window a chalky wom ¬ an with a spreading mat of yellow hair was fondling a limber and very sleepy reptile Tho young man knew of the varied attractions of a dime museum He went in reflecting as he did so that in Loam City one could not purchase so much genuine entertainment for ten cents lie was duly interested in the freaks of nature and chilled with hor- ¬ ror when he saw nails driven through the hands of the woman who knows no pain Afterward ho witnessed a stage performance given by perform- ¬ ers who could dance wonderfully well and were simply bubbling over with new jokes As he left the museum and started away a negro in a faded check suit tanned him on the arm and motioned to him to step up close to a lighted window Do you want to buy a diamond asked the negro in a whisper No Iguess not replied the other surprised Dont say a word The police are after me If they get me with this ring fm gone 1 don t want to throw it away Ill sell it to you for any ¬ thing two dollars Only hurry He opened his hand cautiously and showed a ring set with a stone of fiery brilliancy The young man from Loam City hesitated Hurry up said the negro push ¬ Give ing the ring into his hands me the money The young man took two silver dol- ¬ lars from his pocket and slipped them to the negro who hurried away Hero was a real city adventure to begin with tho purchase of a stolen The young man pushed diamond it into his pocket and dared not take it out until he reached his hoteh He had an apprehensive feeling in pass- ¬ ing a policeman at a corner and he wondered whether ho would he im ¬ plicated in the stealing if some one saw him wearing tho ring and recog ¬ nized it Or was the ring stolen The negro had not said so The young man studied the ring carefully after he reached his room It was very yellow gold and the dia- ¬ mond dazzled him Should he keep it or should he sell it Ho had heard that a diamond will scratch glass He tried tho stone against the window pane without ef ¬ fect He saw that he had been mis- ¬ taken A diamond does not scratch gloss Ho slept uneasily that night be ¬ cause of the strangeness of his sur ¬ roundings the noisoin the streets and tho occasional guilty twinge of con- ¬ science Next day ho wont to work but he told no one of his purchase At tho end of a week he began to feel that there was no risk so ho woro the ring It seemed to bo less brilliant than at OF WRESTLING of Billy Ktildooa For Healtk and Stlt DefcaM Billy Muldoon the great wrestler has given some tips in his art and says that every young man should learn the game as a means to the pres- ¬ ervation of good health Says Mul- ¬ doon The reason why wrestling has quU etly sunk into oblivion is because it has uot tho outward show of excite ¬ ment that boxing has It lacks a cer tain fierceness that pleases tho ma ¬ jority of the public There aro no blows to bring out the brutal instinct nor is the test of pluck so outwardly shown The fact remains and any ono will attest to it who knows wrest- ¬ ling that pluck is required just as much bb in boxing 1 desire to recommend this exer- ¬ cise to young men and boys especially I have been an athlete all my life and connected with others of the same jrofession There is no exercise cnown which will better develop the luman frame physically or givo it such lasting po a ers to withstand sick- ¬ ness and ill health as wrestling A boy needs first of all a strong frame No weakling can fight his way in this world without giving large attention to increasing his physical powers Ho may look a good way before he can find a better opportunity for his pur- ¬ than wrestling It strengthens the bones enlarges Hie muscles gives good wind and develops a pluck and determination that should not be neg¬ pose mmmmmmiimmmmmmm To the Driving Public The assortment of vehicles which we now have on hand is the results of careful study of the wants of the people of this section We havo the elevated gear for country driving and the low hung carriageffor city use i V it v lected Those who watch wrestling and do not understand its principles con- ¬ sider it a slow gume a mere twisting around of arms and legs with no ex- citement to give it a proper go Let these novices try the exercise and they will change their mind I have been so tired after a bout of Avrestling that my arms have been almost paralyzed and I was utterly unable to raise them This certainly proves the strain of the exercise Wrestling is a scientific study not only of physical prowess but of equilibrium It brings out logical thought A man in a certain position with muscles of the proper descrip- ¬ tion can be thrown by only one meth- od It requires a study of anatomy to figure out this means One must know each little muscle in tho body and what power it is able to give in each exertion There are many boys and men who are stronger than they know and yet will never realize it Wrestling would teach them in short order just where their particular pow ¬ er lies and how to use it Many boys are prevented froni go- ¬ ing into this sport from the reason that they aro told there are so many holds and falls to be learned They seem to think that it is so intricate that they hardly care to risk the trial of learning it It is not necessary togo into the study so deeply as all this The main principles are all that are needed They are very simple and can be easily learned It is only when two professionals equal in muscular development and scientific knowl- ¬ edge meet that some particular lock or squirm wins out To know where to exert the power to throw a man is the fulcrum of success To throw of equilibrium and in the direction where no brace can be obtained is the We have the handsome cut under surreys for short turning the plain jump seatthe 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 V I son Among the high grade buggies we sell are iS and Ames Enger Parry and Haydock Buy Your buggies from us and WE will Be here to make our guarantee good Woodhlllls We handle a number of cheap buggies Delkers Troys tii t- your strength just under the plank winning principle Large attention is paid to boxing FORBES perincrt We will send you free large selection of samples from 3c per roll up All new coloriugs and uoveltieB up to dnto WE PAY FREIGHT Wo want an agent in every town to sell on commission No capital from largo sample books required For Humpies or particulars a adclrcBH i y i ger as a means of defense in time of dan- ¬ PAPER w ALL expect to do any pa Do you SAM BOYD R P TURNEY CERULEAN SPRINGS TRIGG COUNTY KYBOYD TURNEY - 747 753 Ninth Wolf S Ave N Y City Proprietors k Sunday Kxcumlon KntrH The IllinoiB Central R R will sel Sunday excursion tickets to all stations within 127 miles of HopkitiBl villo n ono fair for round trip Re turn limit duto of Bale E M Shkr wood Agt ¬ ¬ This fomouB health and pleasure resort the oldest in Western Kentucky is situated ou tho Ohio Valllloy branch of tho Illinois Central railroad 16 milos from Hopkiusvilloand M miles from Piincoton Samantha at Saratoga in a New Dress Hotel tccammodsiticms Unsurpassed One of the funniest of all funny Samantha at books is certainly Sulphur and Chalybeate Wiitor in Abundauco Six trains daily aud Will Carleton proSaratoga and Reducod Rates Fiist ClnBs Italian Bund Employed for tho season nounces it delicious humor bitter ¬ Bishop Newman says it is Rates- Write est satire coated with the sweetest Formerly of exhilarating- fun subscription at the published by price ot 250 and sold it is said S AOlAvroK OKJVYfY UA HlIIR iff rrm Htoy t Tioflij Mttiiugor by the hundred thousand it has re- ¬ The cently been issued in an exquisite Do little cloth bound volume of the kinds of Laundry and Classics series by the Cambridge - - Dye MorU - -celebrated cheap book publishers 90 Solicit Your Hurst Co of New York as a means of widely advertising their Wagon will call for and deliver your work scries and is sold at the fabulously to nuy purtof the city Agents wanted nt tributary poiuULaOl ounts liborali Ad low price of 25 cents It would dreHB all conHnuaB s strange if they should not sell seem a million of them They arc -sold r Excelsior SteSufrXaundry Co INOoniORATKO by booksellers or the publishers ¬ NOW OPEN For - Excelsior 1 all Steam J Laundry I Co i Jnd Fatronag 1 I Vi J N wholly W It Kl T lM t direct HOPKlNSVjILLC KY t UttewK jr i aAlllBit W fv u rmiikifclfariiiralliiiii MifiiiirriiiiiTTn Willi HBBBBaf--- - 2---il WHM tHM vw Miqnnfnuuonaiijseve - WillCfiV Interest Wticj at 3 tier cent S Ar -- - -- 1 - r 1 J - r Ni c 4 -- - Ti Tn The young lady pupils of Bethel Female College all left- for their homes yesterday and their blue uniforms and sailor hats will be Missed on the streets There were thirty or forty of them a collection of bright and pretty girls infant of Wnoni WjH doubtless return in the fall to complete their educations Try Qalbreath Ennis Brick Crcnm Delivered anywhere in - f nCSBiHMWBHffG MR BEAZLEY THE WINNER PERSONAL GOSSIP of Ilendcr- - HERB AND THEWE Homer Tayior who killed XJosoy was held over at Henderson it Capt Ned Campbell With Miss Sliadoln a Close Co- son is here on a visit ntestant Au entertainment vfan given at South Kentucky College last night thatHVas the first feature of the commencement exercises that will be brought to a close next Wednes ¬ JBall -- 1 t t the city a pound day night W T Cooper Co A son or Rev Irwin receiv ¬ Prof Louis Spencer Daniels pu- - terday A uvuvninlrl liov n kmi nf Kit er at the asvlumJD bitten by a was pUiMn elocution gave a recital in Miss Annie McCombs of Louis- ¬ Campbell col died from teething shake while swimming in the river Expression and Delsarte to a large ville is visiting Miss Annie Mc in the city yesterday f neanthe asylum crowd of highly interested auditors Pherson If you are looking for Bargains Several months ago Mr L G U Roirers is back from a you should not fail to go to Rich ¬ Mr 1 A very entertaining program was Wood had a fine shotgun stolen from as early as you can and talte pick of 100 all wool carried out the leading feature be trip of three weeks to Georgia and ards Co in the morning his place on Union street Theguii 7uf foi Alabama Thursday afternoon Joshua White was in the cabin of Jim McNeil an plain and fancy cassimer and worsted suits mg an oratorical contest a gold metal in which a Mr and Mrs Will Stroubc of marsh was found dead in his room old darkey who lives on Mr Woods in Henderson f place It was not known who had sizes 13 to 18 years for participated Howell were shopping in the city at Hotel Henderson tylozcn or more He was a traveling man and repre ¬ the gun Until yesterday last Saturday when The contest was so close between Mrs J Sol Fritz of the country sented a nail company at Boston it was reported ttiat the weapon Mr Hugh C Beazley and Miss El- ¬ visited her sister Mrs CH Layne Mass The Coroners verdict was had beenseen in the cabin of Abe la Shadoin that the judges had yesterday that he came to his death from nat ThpmrJkins colored who lives in great difficulty in decidiiig The ural causes the Old Field Thegun and sev ¬ Dr J R Paine of Pembroke medal was awarded to Mr Beazley Everybody to know eral other articles were found by and Miss Shadoin was voted a spe- ¬ was in the city yesterday afternoon WAnlTPD tnat we arc Rtm se If 1 I tU the officers and recovered Clarks on business cial honor Mr Beazleys subject ling package coffee 10c a lb 3 can ville Journal was The Black Horse and His Mrs Cook mother of Mrs W R tomatoes 25c 1 coffee mill 20c childs irarden set 10c 1 whitewash brush He lives at Julien Ky Howell will be the matron at Ceru Rider 8c and many othqr things in same Council Meeting Postponed won a similar medal last year lean Springs hotel and proportion Owing to the absence from the The judges were Messrs Frank W T Coopkr Co Miss Mary Napier of Nashville Rives Hunter Wood and Tlios C A little colored girl 11 years old city of Mayor Dabney and Council- ¬ is visiting her uncle Dr C K Wyly Underwood a daughter of Richard Pyledied man J D Ware the regular month on South Main street These suits sold early in the season for ly meeting of the City Council was All of the participants acquitted Friday morning of tuberculosis Miss Nora Anderson of Owens themselves most handsomely and postponed to this evenings Hopkinsville has had a qpell of up to Some are fine imported worsteds reflected great credit upon their boro has returned home after a pretty hot weather this veck The visit of several weeks competent and talented instructor For Sale temperature Wednesday was 92 some cheviots and some cassimers 1 have some nice familv horses at Miss Louise McClanahan of the Thursday 90 and Friday about the Lieut Bassett is Back my stable for sale C II Layne country is visiting Miss Minnie same Lieut E B Bassett returned Armistcad on South Main street You can buy French Organdies last night from his trip to Frank- ¬ OFFICIAL at Richards Co s in the morninir Miss Nettie Edmmnds has closed C fort in the interest of the Latham per yard its real value is Light Guards who are endeavoring her school near Gracey and return- ¬ for y to have the wrong done them righted ed to the city to spend her vacation 15c by Congressman Janfes Rankin A beautiful line of rocking chairs Younir All about War with Snain Mr Cameron Brown of Shelby by being allowed to enter the new Co s SfNinth the Navy all defenses Battle Ships regiment nowforming The Gover villc Ky will arrive to night on a cheap at Keach etc Portraits and biographies of street near L 1ST depot nor gave him an interested audi- ¬ visit to his sister Mrs J D Rus- ¬ Deweyand all prominent officers Grape bags for sale at the Kkn- - Nearly 000 pages Massive vol- ¬ ence of an hour or more but was sell office ume Marvelously cheapr Best unable to make any definite promise Misses Sadie Mason and Eloise tuckian Only authentic official authorship on account of the order from Wash Nelson whoghave A patient from Caldwell county been at school at book Experience not neccessnry ington requiring mostof the recruits Washington returned home PER YEAR be last whose Uname could not Li learned ivny oouy can sen it Ladies as P i n unuer the new can to be used as nijrht nlii min escape lxoui tne asyium successuu as gentfemen We are miut fillers to companies already in yesterday evening andhadnoLbeentbe largest subscription book firm Mr Clarence Tandy of Fairview captured at 1 a m in America Write us Fifty per- service fcuus iiic ciinjiuyuu in our cones- Lieut Bassett is of the opinion is here for a few days with his Call and see our handsome suits pondence department alone to serve however that the Governor is dis- ¬ brother Mr P E Tandy Glas of furniture at bottom ftprices you Our book is just out Get posed to do the right thing in the gow Times Keach Cos Ninth street near L agency now and be first in the field matter and that his sense of jus- ¬ Mr J W Pritchett will leave Large 50c War Map in colors free N depot m i tice will cause him to give the Sunday for Owensboro having been John Whitlock col aJ son of with book or outfit Other valu- ¬¬ able premiums Tremendous sellcompany the opportunity to regain summoned to serve as a petit juror Biggest money maker ever Wesley Whitlock of the acey er its rightful place in the Ky volun- ¬ at the approaching term of the Fed- ¬ neighborhood was yesterdkyfad known Most liberal terms iruaran- teers eral Court OF THE making 700 judged a lunatic and commifteU to teed AgentsTwenty days to 28 00 per day credit Mr Edward Brown of Mt Ver- - the asylum He had been ontlia given Freight paid Full book Death of Mrs R H Dudley non Ind is visiting his daughters idiot list of the county for sometime sent nrenaid to airents SL45 Mrs R II Dudley of Pembroke Mrs B J Mathews and Mrs J M but recently has lost what little Splendid sample outfit and full in died last Tuesday of flux in the Smyers Mr Browns wife died a mind he had structions tree lor nine J cent J i i cinmnL l n fk G8th year of her age ATi Mrs Dudley few days ago aucimuu 41x wiv wv nM vi ctun lu uuy Dest tins paper W was a grand daughter of Rev Reu- ¬ Prof Louis vSpencer Daniel will in the city MONROE BOOK CO Dept M v1 ben Ross a noted Baptist preacher nnwrffii leave for his home in Lebanon Chicago Ilj Galbreath Ennis who was one of the leading factors m Tenn this morning He has sev- ¬ in the founding of old Bethel church eral of his connection with the and was its pastor for more than South Kentucky College MH II I w years ana was moderator in Tuesday evening Mrs Geo Ba ¬ Bethel Association for 50 years The remains were buried at ker entertained the young people at her home on College street in honor Pembroke Wednesday of her niece of Gracey Ky Miss Something New That elegant square lying on the west side of South Mnin Arerna McGehee Princeton Ban That Brings Down Try our Sugar Peas something ner street between llth and 2th streets and occupied by Qr yym new edible pods Nice line of all M 1 1 The Business The following parties were reg- ¬ H Hopsortj will be divided and sold by the undersigned kind vegetables istered in the city last night W at public auction to the highest bidder Monday at 430 L O Bkumkiild R Lynn II F Allis Evansville Best Goods Fairest Prices oclock This will be a sale everyone in Christian county Miss Irene Childress Eddyville W Lieut Wright Not Coming From any shelf counter or should attend S McGary Paducah Jacob Straus You will never have such an opportunity to buy Mr F W Buckner who has been Cincinnati J R McGrath Louis- ¬ table in the store we can con- ¬ choice property again recruiting troopers for the First U ville Ben Thompson Evansville S Cavalry received a telegram Marion vince you of this Quick Clarksville Miss iT from Lieut Sehon Wright at Louis- ¬ Sanie Quick Clarksville CHRISTIAN COMPANY ville yesterday saying that it will I 1110 Here Arc a Few Examples Cavalry Horses Pass Through -GhiEiNra A train of two sections each con- ¬ a yflrd al1 wootfancy dress goods taining 16 car loads of calvary horses passed through the city last a line of splendid new novelties stylish avard night at 11 oclock enroute to Chick- j and good amauga There was a very large The Colombia Chainless crowd at the station mostly colored Ladies jersey ribbed vests low neck ho sleeves z m people who assembled to see the colored recruits from this city em ¬ mm RECEIVED Ladies fine hcached lisle vests faced neck and arms bark for Fort McPherson Their TO NIGHT FOR enthusiasm was vented in wild Mens fine seamless socks fast black and mixtures soft TO MORROWS cheers as the trains passed through quality fine gunge 5f EATING 4lMMrvJm B H a Mr Howell Out Mcns handsome madras laundered negligee shirts Hon W R Howell who was painfully hurt two weeks ago is im ¬ Ladies 40 gauge fast black seamless hose Equal to 1 w jF Jp I JmST ihi proving very rapidly and is npw JKj 25c goods elsewhere W II I able to be driven out He will be Tjp I HI mm Childrens fine fast black and tan hose double knee be impossible for him to make Hop- ¬ at his post of duty at the forthcom- ¬ 1 JLSJKj Equal to 25c goods elsewhere kinsville at once Mr Buckner ing term of court had the names of pine young men AU linen towels good size excellent quality Jury Commissioners who have applied for enlihtment in the regiment The men will proba- The Jury Commissioners com ¬ a yard Simpsons black and white fancy satines and in bly be sent to Fort McPherson for posed of Messrs C D Bell P B digo blue prints linal examination Richardson and A B Long have Is a Grand Success Extra made their report to Judge Cook saine striP ciscs 2 side steels per Now in New Quarters selecting thirty names for service TTTCv feet fitting niul tho only cIhuiiIobb llmt Ima given oucoosa m line proven it The Cumberland Telephone Co is as petit jurors for the June term of splendid amoskeag A F C fine dress ginghams in new bou ho Wo Imvp tliom on exhibition as well h i number of C6 now in its handsomely and specially court Jumbiii make or olmin wIiooIh from aj to 75 and handsome effects arranged new quarters over the Wo carry the best iwortmont of Bicycle SuiulrioH and Ha Horses and riules Wanted Anerican Express Company s ollice pairing cf all Uintls We o ull kinds of export repairing all work promptly ilouo Wa RroheiidquRitMs for Gas ISlcvcle The transfer was jnade last jugljt I will be in Hopkinsville Monday ChW anrt Carjjlte -- Qiv uh a call Yours to plenty Kbput midnight after the close of June C to buy good mules and horses business hours and hut little incon ¬ and will pay the highest market E M venience wftfc caused to patrons by price Will be at Laynas livery atnble e T Hughes the change t WRECIf ERS OF HIGH PRICES V Miss Jennie Settle of Bowling Often is visiting MIbs tfet Fair- leigh t B Kennedy of Mayiield Mr W came up last night on a visit to his family Mr and Mrs J J Smith Of Gracev were in town chopping yes eager buyers lwa pouring fAto Richards fCos i regular stream of DO Yen want to bttj a hfs Clothing Bargain 9 II f more everyday last will I I bargain sale another week Q P PP A OrCllttL week WlMu1i continti for Thou come to our store Prunes and Raisins something fine 5c Morrow II Morn 400 750 7c txties boo All in all it is theBbesi Bargain ever offer eel Iii Boys Suits -- The Daily Kentuckian 400 s - JT - 1 I ib I A 13spl0 jl V 1 rrt jl m e -- Wi I i JL JL Finest Real Estate nl - lfH - 4 In Hopkinsville - M tr7wmk WMm I II w If SlMZlltlO Ill At 430 OClock i 1MU IFJQJ nERIS AOG ASXn -ii- Strawberries WU tC AUG eiiefiiiiiij JJJ i 4 Jl Qp WALLIS GROCERY j 40 C Kp Pf AOC 2 V Kn Ov J l I AAO vae Qp JJ BASSEH CO Iinp MOSS CO 9 V t- - o - I