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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cs JJailu VOl 1 fcj r 4 35 1 TTgSDAY MORNIM JUNE 7 1898 PEIOE 2 CENTS NO 34 HOPEDTSVILLE KY ml WWIWWWMMWWPWWWBMwmbmmmmmmmm I tr FEROCIOUS FIGHTING IN TH H JJ9I AWT PP1H - 3an si A The Insurgent Forces Have Won a Br illiani Vsctof Over f M the Spanish Soldier Prisoners a tucky between 2 and 3 a m todaj At Pari several ptrpont were THE BANK CASES thrown from their beds At Maysvillc the vibrations lasted several seconds At Millersburg the people wore panic stricken and The TcsLCase From Louisville many fled from their homes The Decided in the UnifedStates shock was felt for two minutes 7-spreading terror among the people v At Cynthiana the shock was ac ¬ Court at Cincinnati companied by loud reports and at Circuit Owingsville meteors have fallen Against the Banks during the daytime S K C COMJVIENCEAIENT w M u arrived off Santiago dc Cuba witfiipfiputices for the fleet The United States Circuit Court The United States dispatch bqattSuwance has also reached the tlect Program of Exercises Beginning Taken In at Cincinnati has decided the noted Nearly 2000 Series of safely Pine weather continues tqmrcvail off Santiago de Cuba Last Night bank tax cases from Kentucky that vL The Commencement Exercises of have been in the courts since 1891 Decisive Engagements South Kentucky College began last adversely to the Monitors Monterey banks The fol ¬ night with the baccalaureate ser- ¬ lowing synopsis is from the Courier mon preached by Eld R H Cross X Reinforce Dewey field of Owensboro at theChristian Journal In brief under the decisions Us5 church Washington June 6 Special After many conflicting rumors To night the Junior exercises and banks escnru tivninn unrlor ihn L i Washington June naval department gave orders rz- of naval cngagementslanding of troops etc there came one bit of im- ¬ this afternoon to the effect that tlKgMbnadnock now at Mare island be oratorical contest will be held at the College Chapel of their franchises until the expira- portant news to the naval department embodied in a report from made ready to sail in ten days fdrauiila On Wednesday night the gradu ¬ rjThe Monterey will not v ait for7tl3lon ad nock but will sail in a few ating exercises proper will be held tlon of their charters which were s Rear Admiral Dewey at Manila hours under convoy of the collterJBrutii3 Another merchant vessel will at Hollands Opera Douse There in force in 1894 Twelve of these He says in substance that the insurgents are actively engaged in be procured to accompany the Monadnock on her 6000 mile voyage will be six graduates Following are in Louisville two in Frankfort and one in Lexington the province of Cavite They have recently won several important With these two powerful monitors added to his fleet Dewey can take are their names These banks will be required tot Jas II Pride B S Alabama care of himself against the Cadiz Mleet The reports concerning the victories over the Spaniards and have captured i8oo prisoners includ- ¬ movements of the Hugh C Beazly A B Julien pay a tax of seventy five cents onfe latter give the government no concern Ky the 100 of capital stock and on all ing fifty officers John IT Gardner Morganfield of their surplus exceeding 10 per 4 Ky The Officials at Washington for some time have been apprehen- ¬ House Bessie J Summers Iliseville Ky cent of their capital stock the ordi- - j-sive concerning Deweys situation at Man ilial They did not fear for Hettie Van Clcve Hopkinsville nary State tax to the State in lieu S of all other taxes This is because Revenue Bjjll Sent to Conference Ky his personal safety but were uneasy lest he had not maintained the Nellie Griffiin Lexington Ky the Court of Appeals decided in SpecialOMThc House on a rising vote de Washington June 6 brilliant advantages won at the outset AT THE COURT HOUSE DOOR their favor before the present court report sets at rest these apprehensions showing that his cided to nonconcur and send the WarDRewniiL Bill to Conference by 106 came in and under the ruling of His to 90 The yeas and nays were ordered Master Commissoner Rives Makes the United States Circuit Court this plans are working admirably and that the insurgents operations are statc of affairs remains until their Several Sales under his direction charters expire No Troops Have Been Master Commissioner Frank The Louisville banks who must Through his agency the efforts of the Spanish agents to corrupt Rives made a number of sales yes ¬ pay the franchise and ad valorem the Insurgent leaders were thwarted Landed at Santiago de Cuba terday at the court house door tax under the recent decision of the Following is the list of Appeals which is sustain- ¬ J B Jones vs W T Prim et al Court new - iuul been received by the officials Up to the close of business no ed are the Union National Bank The reports 350 acres near Elmo John Prim confirming the report of the landing of troops at Santiago Report in No and American National Bank 2000 are discredited and theMiofficus made no effort to conceal their Fidelity Trust Co vs B E Size which were not in existence when incredulity more 70 acres near Sinking Fork the Hewitt bill construed as a con- ¬ Of Sinking of sold to Mrs Kebecca Davis con ¬ tract by Judge Pryors court was sideration 205 Advices received Special MoleSt Nicholas Hayti June 6 Geiser Mfg Co vs D A Sum- ¬ accepted and the First National Cuba and for- ¬ DuBos and Carranza here to day from the flagship New York off Santiago de mers et al fam machines Hold to Bank which didnot accept the con- ¬ say there is no truth in the re- ¬ J R Caudl consideration S05 tract warded at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon ArrAd A1 ifll NinntrAa Canada m Mrs T M Jones vs Sallie F the Spanish torpedo boat destroyer All other banks in the State ex¬ port from Port Antonio Jamaicathat ttilVOlVW II1V11UVMJ Reeves trait of land near Dry cept those named above must also Terror haefbeen sunk by the United States battleship Oregon Senator DuBose former first Creek William Burt 1000 Montreal Quebec June 6 pay ad valorem taxes on the value It is also reported from the flagship that no further news has been West et al vb Georgia Oaither V Islington and Lieut Carranza from the shore secretary of the Spanish legation at received from the Merriinac prisoners A launch came off Weaver land on Little River RM of their franchises under the pres- ¬ 445 p m on vomplaint issued by detecthes at Weaver 300 here at ent law on Sunday morning under a flag of truce thinking one was flying on the were arrested the house of the Spanish consul gem al They are charged w ith oper ¬ Mary McClannahan vs Joseph An appeal to the Supreme Court officer discovered his mistake the launch returned to Iowa When the ating a system of spies in the Unit Mates- - using a friendly nations McClannahan 225 acres of land at will be taken It is probable that MorroCastle Elmo John S Cheek 1750 an acre itions hostile of the cases will be advanced on the The United States transport Resolute formerly the Yorktown has territory as a base their Bank of Hopkinsville vs J M Merriwether 125 acres on Palmyra docket and come to trial at the Oc- ¬ OWNER BACK h is received no instructions from road Noel tober term of the next Supreme SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS It contains the residence and Mr ORNAMENTS Rives5200 Mio department regarding the men Wilson also bought that at 4000 J M P Pool vs Eliza Dulin et Court Justice Harlan in fact an- ¬ who have applied through him for al two acres of land on Greenville nounced to counsel that the cases Sold Yesterday The j entire- - property was then Hopkinsville Friends Congratulate Hopson Property There are nine of these i nhblment sold to Wiley PPool 50 offered as a whole and Mr Wilson would be advanced and an early Him Upon His Colts Victory at Auction wung men and they are anxious to road John L Griffith vs Willis Kille bid it in at 7000 raising his own uiiow whether or not thev are to be hearing facilitated lot near cemetery sold to J K fight for brew i Mowed an opportunity to tfi The handsome Main street resi- ¬ figures 50 Mr Wilson is a step T 1T The three principal decisions of O XJrtff L Griffith 2S0 iKirlr liniui tlvir country jjriv Hopson son of Dr Hopson and the suppo- ¬ dence property of Dr W H II W Breathitt Admf Vh Daniel the United States Circuit Court are alter a very pjeaaanttanuinrqiuauji Mr Buckner thinks it likely that Fields 37 acres laud near Hargis of interest to every lawjer finan ¬ and 11th sition is that he bought the property trip to the East Mrfprton between Main and Water ucruitihtr officer will be sent here bridge Forbes Bros 235 cial institution and to almost every and 12th streets was sold at public in to keep it from passing out of the warmly welcomed by his mu hi to conduct their examination individual in the State auction yesterday afternoon The family Five Generations Alive Hopkinsville friends and sIiowli The firwt is the decision in the Main street frontage was divided The sale was conducted bi the with contrratulations updnjlhe K- There are live generations repre ¬ BASEBALL NEWS 8 lots of 21 feet by 120 deep into Christian County Abstract Co with tory of his great honscwQngainent m sented in one family at St Charles Bank of Kentucky case which deals siiicur Beginning at the Eeventh street J ID Cliborne as auctioneer Ky They are Mrs Elvira Dais with the question as to whether the Brooklyn handicapSv Cincinnati 10 New York 1 aged eighty five years and the there was a charier contract on cornor these lots were sold as Aside from his half inftjieMntlK Philadelphia 7 Pittsburg 5 mother of nine children Mrs Cyn ¬ the part of the banks of the State follows SHOT A BOY handsome purse of 510QfflJn thi - Chicago 5 Brooklyn 2 thia Woodruff daughter of Mrs 00 No 1toE P Duncan 980 Hewitt law oTOB86 and Bostpn 7 Cleveland 5 race Mr Nortons privatevdnning Davis aged sixty six and the mother under the No 2 to M Johnson Bostop 0 Cleveland 2 750 00 of thirteen children Mrs Maggie decides there was none on the race amounted WaHingtsn 8 Louisville 5 No 3 to M H Tandy COO 00 A Crap Shooter Uses a Pistol at a The third is that in the trust Raymer aged thirty eight daugh ¬ This puts the cnterpiSmN an i 4 to M II Tandy of company cases No ter of Mrs Woodruff and mother 550 00 and holds that Colored Festival popular young turfman faheail A Small Blaze Mrs Ferdinand they are not embraced in the ex ¬ six children No 5 to J W Pophnm 500 00 in the purchase of OrnameHt and A iiialarm was turned in last Balder aged seventeen daugter of No 6 to J W Popham 500 00 emptions Only the Louisville verifies his judgment inkbuyAing tin night about 930 oclock The fire Mrs Raymer and mother of one No 7 to J L PPool Another of the periodical shoot ¬ 525 00 Trust Company and Fidelity Trust sensational son of Order ISiheehi w as on the corner of Vine and Scc child Nevcline Balder 525 00 ing affrays that enliven tlie ter No 8 to J L PPool and Safety Vault Company brought niament ond stjrQets in the small house of victory in the handicap on the side ritoryon both sidos of the State Two lots fronting uitn the Federal Court The Casky Baptlt Church has become thefavorite iivthU books OscarrMyerh col It caught in the streets back of the front lots were line occurred at Ringold TennF at Rev Will Kendall of Tyltr Tex ¬ Columbia Finance and Trust Com ¬ for the Great Suburbiijgpftnotlur dinuigYjrponi from a defective flue then offered and sold to W M Han- ¬ a colored festival Saturday night G Kendill of pany brought no suit but it stands event of the Auuiaan turt The fiaines wore put out butorc the as a son of Rev J As the festivities began to wane a classic Waco Texas formerly a rwddent on the baine footing as the others cock at 350 each Under this to at Sheepl sftand bi department arrived ThdamugQ of tliiij county will prwidlu at the crap game became one of the fea- ¬ soon be run divided sale the property brought and under the decision has no ex ¬ His owners will nojpatnrt him done vns very small Casky Baptist church to morrow 5630 It was again offered in two tures and a dispute came up be ¬ emption frcin city taxes evening at S oclock again before that VM and the equal lcts running from Main street tween Isaac Ward and a man nam ¬ EARTHQUAKE chances are that he will scor an r Big Force of Laborers back There vvas spirited bidding ed Ball Ward began shooting at Ip- triumph May Be Lynched Tjim and hit a other great for the 12th street corner one of the Ball but missed A crew of thirty colored laborers Several Kentucky Towns Were m jail at came in fromjSvausvlllc on the 513 George ScotJ col handsomest vacant lota in the city small hoy named Curtis Terry Shaken up Alondny chargitl v ith at train yestgrdjiy afternoon and will No Instructions Received Russell ville fr I Mwen J W Popham J L PPool The shot took effcefcgin tlje 1 a Mr tempting ah assault uppftfMitu be employee aiBnltonss rock quar ¬ Frank W BucknB whq has t Louis June OSpecialsto the IJMtic Scroggins near AdairviUe W 8 Wilson tt was knocked ankle and made ti vyoynd hot re- - had chagef the locj recruiting ries preparing rock ballast for the pfT toMMVjleQB Sfarded as dangercmb The aUopt- - stationTJnce theJiirst isii of Lieut Post Pjspatch fia Altyre earh- - He Was captared in Teunece and U ii JX track xjHJ nota K lot uake occurred ia Northern Ken- - brought bafck to Logan county SelioU Vrhjfht of the first cavalry brMp th Kipper T -- alii 1 Monadiiocipiil Dosnt like Itwar Truth the the the Terror i i J Su i i V tJ jO ¬ rf w j ¬ H w-tt- - tiivp lW i 4 -- r tavaw f imantm cikrf1 - Tv u Jkh resijrnation and sever fcutlu o Wp vf Sfei - wrt m4 - W ww JJ J SSWS 0 r mnMMssuunL rJHr5JJ he w t 2atl funtucfcian except Monday by J- MERRIMAC HEROES Names of the Eight Meii Who Sunk the Ship The Exploit Has Excited the Ad miration of the WholeftVorld er Kingston Jamaica details of the kottlmgVup of Admiral Cervera at Sanlingo de Cuba have been received which supplement the dispatchelready cabled These latestadvices con firm the statement that thcSpaniBh squadron is sealed within the har- ¬ bor from which there is rib possible chance of escape By one of the most daring deeds in the annals of naval liistory the Americans have succeeded in clos ing the narrow entrance to the bay of Santiago a feat accomplished under the guns of the Spanish batteries that line the shores and over the mines beneath the waters which threatened instant destruc Junefj-Fur-th- Tf emendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS i lublahul orery morning OHAB Mt MEACXAM 312 S Main - Utlhrrcit by carrier to all parts of tlio city at 10 CBXXS rE WEEK SUBSCKIPTIOX RATIOS PeiT Montii 35 Per Week 10 Gen Blanco has ordered all for-CONVENTION CALLED eigncorrespondents to leave Cubaor be treated as spies To fleet In Henderson Wednesday June 29 1898 Bieut Hobson planned the Mer ¬ with ¬ rimac exploit and executed it out bcinjr bothered with instruc- ¬ At the meeting of the Democratic Lr District Committee of the Second tions from the Board of Strategy Congressional district of Kentucky The Merrimac men are confined held at Hopkinsvillc April 1 1899 ft M A V in Morro Castle which will hardly at the office of the Chairman Chas A U ¬ be bombarded siffain until the pris- M Meacham all of the committee Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring pry Goods Itfotfdns Cloth ¬ being present in person or by oners arc exchanged ing etc before making their purchases Everything now and te proxy the following call was is ¬ in all Gov Pingrce says the sons of sued r1 departments Secretary Alger and Senator Mc Official Call Millan who have been given com- ¬ 1 It is hereby ordered that on missions in Michigan arc dudes k the 22nd day of June 1898 at 2 unlit for soldiers oclock p m standard time tnere tion to those who took part in the in yesterdays Louis- ¬ shall be held at each voting pre- ¬ desperate adventure The picture They are Dandies made by the best tailors and from TITE BEST CLOTH The United States collier Merri ¬ ville Commercial showing how the cinct of the Second Congressional Merrimac was blown up by a district at the usual voting place a mac with a large quantity of coal Spanish mine was hardly consist-¬ precinct convention fothe purpose aboard her lies almost crosswise of Ike All file ent with the news on the Comme- ¬ of appointing delegates to a county the channel at its narrowest part we which will in turn To clear the way in the face of the rcials front page telling how Lieut convention appoint delegates to a District con fire that could be poureHijto the Ilobsbn did it himself GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU i ttt vention called to nominate a Dem- ¬ entrance by the Atnerjcan worships who is enduring the ocratic candidate for Congress Gen Miles would it is believed bEr an impos- ¬ hardships of war at the finest 6 a 2 Each precinct shall be allow- ¬ sibility and Admiral Ceryera is REMEMBER THE PLACE Next Boor to day hotel in Florida recommends ed one delegate vote for each 50 therefore effectually trappedin the lh at the soldiers be summered in votes and fraction over 25 ca st for a harbor where he sought refuge from three large permanent camps and the Bryan electors in 1896 pro- ¬ the American warships that were the invasion of Cuba be postponed vided that each precinct shall have scouring the seas for him t until fall The General is evident- ¬ at least one delegate vote The names of the heroes who car ly not in a hurry to move 3 The delegated votes of the ried out the desperate enterprise county shall be prorated or di- ¬ are Lieut Richmond Pearson Bob The William Stones seem to have vided in such a manner as to son an assistant naval constructor Anf you interested in the prices of Ladies a weakness for wanting to be gov- anduCliildrens Slippers express the will of the voters as Osborn Diegnan a coxswain of the ernors Missouri had one a few i IP- this is an opportunity that you cant afford to miss To close these lines years ago Pennsylvania Republi- - shown by their votes in the precinct Merrimac George F PJijllips a conventions of machinist on the Merrimac John out right away we The representation one and V cans have just nominated have decided to cut the 1 All of nnVlnrlW OT1 iR8 J still another is a Democratic candi- - the several counties is hereby fixed Kelly a water tender of the Merri- ¬ childrens slippers i upon the basis of one delegate vote mac George Charette a gunners date for Governor of Kentucky next for each 200 votes and fraction over mate of the flagship NeivWork year f 100 votes cast for Bryan electors in Djiniel Montague a seamanQ the Ml The Senate defeated an income 1896 cruiser urooKUii J vj iviurpny a Our Little Giart shoes and slipper are the hest wearing goods brought to i r tax amendment to the war revenue 4 All persons who supported coxswain of the this IovavandIRan- - market and bill by the narrow margin of three the Bryan electors in 1896 and all dolph Clausen a every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of this assertion coxswain Tof the votes For once Senator Lindsay persons who desire to come into the New York and voted M 3v was on the right side The amend- - regular Democratic organization QThe latter was not selected as a with the Democrats and who will agree to support the volunteer but his desire tojHfaccom- rment was defeated by the votes of nominee of the convention and all pany the expedition was wVgreat t Caifery and Gorman who voted persons who are not 21 years of age that he practically descfrteel his with the Republicans but who will be entitled to vote at ship He was at work bnftB Mer- W TEii the November election 1898 and rimac and declined t Vleavd her Three of the eight men who took WORTH 75c 100 125 and 1 50 who will agree to support the nomi- ¬ when all save thu volunteers were 111 j rM lilll I in L11U ATfli JlUUUllUlUllll fHAHn nee of the convention iHil n r nri cm 11C rsfiki herein called uiuereu jiu join tne nagsnjpif Mis green hands who shipped but re IS shall be entitled to vote in said pre- ¬ insubordination was passedltover nk cently for the war A brave man cinct convention and he is now a prisoner witn 1ns does not need to be drilled all sum The delegates chosen at said pre comrades in the Morro at Santiago 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan mer in the hot sun to find out what oxfords worth worth 75c 100 125 and 150 cinct conventions on June 25 shall he goes to war for Let other vol- ¬ meet in county conventions at their liopkinsville Produce riarket unteers have a chance to do some- ¬ rt respective county seats at 2 oclock CaBh prices paid bv Hookiuavillert thing p m Monday June 27 1898 and jf merchants We will also put in this sale our entire line of black kid and tan Cervera seems to have done the appoint delegates to a District Con- ¬ button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction white thing by the Merrimac prison- ¬ vention herein called to assemble in Bacon Baras- - country nefiibo ers He sent his chief of stafftf the city of Henderson on Wedneswe are still selling Shoulders Capt Oviedo under a flag of truce day June 29 1898 at 1 oclock at prime Eastern dSJc Sides to notify Admiral Sampson of their p m g8o New York Cost- Lard The representation of the several 53i7jc capture and to assure them that t T J they would be well treated until ex counties in said District convention CJountrv Produce changed The Spanish captain shall be as follows Christian 16 1S2O0 Butter carried back with him money and Daviess 25 Hancock 5 Henderson Eggs 20 Hopkins 17 McLean 7 Union provisions for the prisoners -- T JL Cl T OTlXXT TVTVTL i New feathers 3032c v 16 Webster 12 Necessary to a vjt O DXXUJli KJKJ Beeswax 20226 The name of George W Powell choice 59 and a fraction i Tallow must not be overlooked in the list T8o Chas M Mbacham Giueeng per lb of heroes at Santiago He is a W O Haynes S225 The Present Crisis Chairman Honey joc young cadet from New York who Secretary Tub washed wool took command of the New Yorks 2830c Greased steam launch and followed behind CIRCUIT COURT C0NTENES l83JPa Burry wool the Merrimac to pick up Hobson 10To THE POST DISPATCH and his crew and lay for hours un- ¬ The Grand Jury Empaneled With Poultry Is the illy der the shadows of the two forts Old chickens live per lb B Dade as Foreman GiGc J St Louis Paper trying to reach them and finally re ¬ Boosters gained his ship in a shower of shot Turkeys per lb 6e With Its Own Staff Correspondents The June term of Circuit Court of This fninoiia Kentucky SUMMER HESOIIT and shell after they had been taken at nil Points of Interest Ducks 4cthree weeks convened yestesday is now open for guests under At Havana prisoners Grnin Mr Sylvester Scovol with Judge The P Cook on the w Clovorper bushel The Congressional situation has bench and Commonwealths Attor- ¬ ra At Madrid A E Houghton Mr Oats homo grown por bu 3rS8d so far been clarified that the follow- ¬ At Washiugtou ney Howell on hand for duty Uom ing Democratic nominations are Court 35o 4 Mr Stophou Bonsai was opened with prayer by A practical hotel man has beeu selected Wheat to direct affairs Special at At Now York assured First district Chas K Rev W K outiou given to thoouialne Many improvements have been made Piner of the Methodist Live stock n the Mr Morton Wutkins Wheeler second district Henry D 7 ot0 church A eft8nut timoin- store fSr teVermib-A -spleudid Allen third district John S Rhea Hogs B 531B0 baud of uiubio iu The following grand jury was iuondauco THE NEWS OF THE DAT IN fourth Suoep strict David II Smith empaneled S2G08W Sixth district Albert S Berry Cidtlo 2n50 THE POST DISPATCH J Bankhead Dade foreman Opening Ball June 17 Calves seventh district Evan E Settle Cheap Rates Over I C Railroad S350gT Thos A Williams T D Jame- ¬ 15 cents a week seven days if de There are contests in the fifth son R livered by agent 60 cents a month F Pool E W Stcgar Hides and Furs eighth ninth and tenth and in the Green hides Morris Cason col W J Scates 02fi if sent by mail eleventh the Democrats have no Green suited liidoH D Gray Thos Dunning W T so show and may not make a nomi F ryiliit T 1 Davis W T Vaughau and L O nation JO METZS STORE The Great HopkmsvillefMeeca For Economical Ruvers k up-to-da- V THE PUBLIC f 1- SEE Our Rcady ToWear Suits IK anu nunnn a have Best Latest Styles Harwells -- Ladies and Children s Slippers 2 TWO V SO m AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS Ladies Plain Mle and Coin Toe Slippers - 1 CUT PRICE 40c 5Qc 65c and 75c 75 OTS Little Giant OUT PRICE 40 50 65 ¬ -- REMEMBER Clothing Half Price fee MAMMOTH j lxxxi dTTTTI - SPRINGS tfJc HOTEL - NEW MANAGEMENT HSTilT - jj ¬ 4 Garrott Vegetables The courts charge to the grand The old board are going to ap New potatoes per bushel peal the prison commission case to jury was lengthy and covered the Cabbngo per head the supreme court of the United whole range of indictable offense ¬ CAMEBiiS At a meroly jiomlnnl nrlco Q--a03S- vfWf uTr - States and a subscription list for thi purpose has been in circula- ¬ tion at Frankfurt for several days It is alleged that the impairments of contracts and oilier questions on vhich the case may be appealed will be raised and while they do iiot hope to win they will succeed in causing delay until the terms of Hthc present oflicjals are out which wjU be n effect the same thing and hjii they will toewoll pleased with The petit juries will not be made up until this morning The most important cases tocome upthistermarethe Wadlington case set for next Monday and the Mc Roy seduction case to be re tried later in the term 3iin TV The Iv JJ will sell round trip tickets to KnoxvilkTcnn at one fare June 20th to 21st limited to July 4thaccoMnt Dible School for Colored People KnoxvUle College J M Adams Agent A L Messrs Latham Alexander co ot JNew York estimate the de- crease in cotton acreage in the for the Camera with comploto outfit for pho toKiuphlnKand developing 8ond to day for United States at per cent or fullpanleulaHroBardliiB this romarl ahfo of for as it Is extremely limited The OamornU 1335000 acres tllOrailU This has been respect 11V llllfll irrillln mill drat nlnj li Itted wjthall moilern improvements brought about by the low prices reluctant of commission merchants OAMEHA DEPAntMUNT to make as liberal advances to thq NEW YORK LEDGER planters as last year in the face of THE liKDQKH llOimlNO HVCITV war and the increase in acreage jn tobacco wheat and corn on account R fl Vft Should send at once for sppclal pre of thchjgh prices of those commodi PrlntliiK many valuable artlelcs art tiesVThq total acreage thfs year KtvcuawsylrossesAir U1U5 toand pi hu UinLo is estimated ut 32730000 acres W York Lwdger Uiiur lldln lcw Yrk UdBerlsmalciiiBonoof tlio 75e tduiieraolTeraof tlioseaaon most riinnrknljlo TheynroHondliig an lmmonso number all Bldo outtho Inltcd States It oIs cameras to but partu or in reality thq New Voik C3-xa37-O- aa Springs Sr ttX2T3r3 CO Eifty OerLts THE LEADER WEDNESDAY MAY b Ev Will have a few choice summer patterns on display 4 See them before buying - - tr Mb FIIURETTE V v- HW- id y 2 -- m Mtas4lliBBBlifiBB9 LOWO DISTANCE TELfiPHOBfE WHITE FOX HOOHDS PRICES OF AUTOGRAPHS tloa or HU Wealth Whose Huntlag Powers aai Utclllgewr Atari PMftk Tkosnda of Mites Ajart c Are No Indication of the Writers PoU Aro Notable iic w jwk OS Ckc r iflr Mr Mm JA Jiis jil nf tKKI h o Converse mmmmf vft XXX So silently have the long distance telephone wires crept across the coun- ¬ try and through tho south that the growth of their use is hardly appre ¬ ciated oven by the business men who use them It is but few years since the first successful was -- long distance telephone put in operation between New York and Philadelphia This line extending northward through Boston to Maine and southward to Washing tori still forms the backbond of the system Meanwhile a lino has been completed from New York by way of Troy Buffalo and the lake shore to Chicago taking in the large cities on the way From Chicago there is a lino to Nashville and thence to Memphis rfJ from which point it will soon be ex ¬ tended to Littlo Hock and into Texas Other lines from Chicago reach northwest to Davenport and south ¬ west to St Louis and the great city on the lake will be connected soon with Des Moines Kansas City and Omaha From Washington the line will bo extended to Atlanta Montgomery New Orleans and Houston All of ithesc lines that are not already con- ¬ structed are certain soon to be built The interests chiefly served by this system of instant verbal communica- ¬ tion at long range are the great com- mercial houses at the larger cities on tho North Atlantic coast the lake ports the packing and manufacturing concerns of the central Mississippi val-ley and the far reaching agricultural and manufacturing interests at the south Eastern bankers find long distanco telephones of service in verifying differences or correcting mistakes and ¬ -- frequently call up interior banks 9 T h h IX Chicago grain and meat product deal- ¬ ers who are heayy shippers use the wires in arronging details of their business as do the representatives of shipping interests at eastern points The New England cotton goods manufacturers and southern dealers in cotton are also in the habit of con- ¬ ferring verbally daily although hun ¬ dreds of miles apart and although the tolls for using the long distance telephone range from about oue dollar to ten dollars for five minutes conversation the cost represents far loss than the expense of personal interviews and in the saving of time far outstrips in value the use of the telegraph Just what the relations between the long distanco telephone and the tele- ¬ graph people are is too long for dis cussion Thus iar there lias oocn no open competition between them In any event space has been practically HAD NO EAR FOR MUSIC annihilated in the United States cast of Omaha so far as the ability ol Couldnt Tell tho Spanish Fandango people to converse is concerned and from the National Hymn it will not be long before this will be Blimmer hasnt been very chippei true of the continent Youths Com- ainco he came back from a trip to panion the southwest Ho looks scared and seems averse to talking about his SLEEP AND DREAMS winter outing though hes a good How Agassiz Worked Out a Scientific talker and usually full of life Problem The truth is that Blimmer had and dreams in one of those experiences that make a Tho letters on sleep He and Capton the Spectator remind me of a case in lasting impression theexperienceof Agassfzand which he made the trip together and counted told me himself though it is recorded on the time of their lives Down in his work on the American fishes in a Texas town they went to the IIo was studying a fossil fish in the theater A war with Spain was all Jardin dea Plantes but had never the tuM and excitement ran high been ablo to determine the species to When the orchestra played Yankee After a time he Doodle tho audience- went wild his satisfaction dreamed that he caught the very fish and wouldnt allow the curtain to go and without difficulty determined the up until they had the Star Spangled question thinking as he woke from Banner Blimmer doesnt know one tune the dream that he would have no dif- ¬ ficulty But on returning to the fossil from another but he entered into the something in the dream had escaped spirit of the thing and whooped him ¬ him and he could no more determine self hoarse Later a pretty dancer the species than before Tho next came on and the orchestra started on Blimmer night ho had the same dream ana a Spanish fandango aeain foreot tho essential point ITe thought this his cue to do some more then determined to talo a pencil and yelling He jumped up waved his paper with him to bed and make his hat and had let out about half a cheer note as soon as he woke The dream when ho was tossed about so fast that came tho third time but to his sur ¬ Capton couldnt keep track of him Luckily the mayor was present To prise on fully awakening ho found the drawing mndo and lying on th him Capton explained Blimmers in- ¬ table bedside with three bones dis firmity His honor interfered and played in it which were not visible in his short speech stating that the gen- ¬ tho fossil and which solved tho prob ¬ tleman had no ear for music was re- ¬ lem On returning to tho Jardin des ceived with doubt Blimmer must Plantes ho obtained permission of his speak for himself IIo got up look- ¬ friend tho director to chip away a ing as though he had been rolled scalo of stono which lay on the spot around under a brush harrow but ho where tho bones were in the drawing know how much depended on his elo- ¬ and found them there as his drawing quence and the way ho sailed into had given thorn It is 30 years since Spain beat any jingo that ever tackled Agassiz told mo the incident but the job Youd think that every day those who have access to his history war was deferred was torture to of tho North American fishes will bo him and ho so warmed the crowd up ablo to read it in his own words in tho that tho show was adjourned long introduction and correct my version enough to let every fellow go out and if pylffomory lias in any dotail failed see a man Detroit Free Press me London Spectator ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ Thoro is a general impression that the Virginia fox hounds were all orig ¬ inally black and tans Mr Austiu Blackwell of Oak Springs near War renton who is a member of tho Na ¬ tional Hunt association imparts some interesting lore on the subject Col Klias Edmunds of Farquier who fig- ¬ ured in the revolutionary war while absent from honio left his son Elias in charge of his land and hounds Young Edmunds made efforts to se- ¬ cure ablack-and-ta- n hound at various pointsln Virginia but without suc- ¬ cess Senator Graysons son boasted that he could find him one saying Send to Billy Davis of Prince wH Mam county a noted character of ante bellum epoch lie has one you can got A servant was dispatched to Davis place and found one old while hound which ho took back to his young mas tor When on another visit to his friend Grayson asked What white hound is that you have Edmonds replied That is Billy Davis black and tan The Edmondses have all been famous fox hunters Francis Edmonds Blackwell a nepliew of Elias Ed- ¬ monds the third owned Dave and Crafty the grandsire and granddatne of Mr Austin Blackwells present pack of 12 hounds one half of which are snow white They are remarkable for their intelligence and aro known as the Arab strain The leader old Henry has hunted for sportsmen from all parts of the country and for many years has been a familiar figure in the hunting field Elo has been known to carry in his mouth foxes which he has captured without mutilating themand to await the arrival of all tho huntsmen be ¬ fore giving up his prey The late Copt Assheton an Eng lishman who emigrated to Farquier about 30 years ago brought with him a fine pack of English hounds of bulldog muscle and tones of thunder which he exchanged for Arabs At his death he gave the remainder of his pack to Mr Blackwell These Arabs it is claimed are the nucleus from which have sprung many of the best fox hounds in this section Some of the fleetest and hardiest hounds of the northern kennels trace Mr their pedigrees to this breed James Woodward president of the Hanover bank of New York who has a country seat at Milleisville in Anne Arundel county a popular Maryland hunting ground has within the last few years purchased a number of these dogs from Mr Blackwell which are reported to have given much satis- ¬ faction Baltimore Sun ¬ ¬ It seems that tho distinction or worth of tho writer is no measurq of tho commercial value of his handwrit ¬ ing This painful fact is dqjnon itrated in a recent catalogue of autographs on sale in New York Hero Uio public aro offered trio handwriting of royalty and commoners including all kinds and condi- ¬ tions and every degree of worth and worthlessness virtue and vice geniita and stupidity at prices within tho reach of all if their arms are long enough On tho first pago we find a note of a Raro Peter Stuyvesant Docu- ¬ ment at 150 while just below wo see letters from 26 modem actors at just half the money Certainly Peter was not much of an actor and any ouo of the male actors would have made just as good a governor Turning tho page we find the mar- ¬ tyred Charles 1 at 15 while tho great Protector is thought worth only 40 You can get all four of tho English Georges for 13 Albert Ed ¬ ward prince of Wales may be had on mourning paper speaking of the health of his princess for 8C0 prob- ¬ ably if he had written something of tho fragTant Lily it would have been worth much more It is a pity no price is affixed to Henry rV of France perhaps because it is priceless but so is Charles tho Merry of England who founded many ignoble nouses Tho signature of Napoleon cheap at 15 but then he was only first consul and if you want Maximil ¬ ian I of Mexico you must lay down Wellington is valued at one 25 f tenth of Napoleon Bismarck thanking a lady for po ctical congratulations on his birth- ¬ day is reasonable at 9 considering the effort it must have cost him to Barnum as well read the poetry known in his lifetime as any man jn the world costs only 50 cents while Brigham Young costs ten limes as much Art comes high Joshua Reynolds at 20 and Wagner at 15 aro ex- ¬ amples Philanthropy rules low Gerrit Smith distinguished philan thropist temperance advocate and abolitionist gavo away nearly 200 000 acres of his estate to the poor 50 cents But if tho philanthropist had the bad luck to bo hanged he is set down at 50 times as much John Brown of Ossawatomie at 25 There aro few legal autographs iii the list Franklin Pierce more of a lawyer than a president is quoted at 5 and McKinley more of a president than a lawyer at 2 The richest man in the world Rothschild is worth only 1 while the ragged Rousseau comes at 750 but then tho bankers signature on a current check would be worth more But none of tho foregoing worthies except wooden legged Peter seems to be in it with literary people espe cially when they write about oq affairs Thus a mawkish love lettei from Keats to Fanny Brawne avow ing his hatred of tho world and wish ing I could take a sweet poison from your lips to send mo out of it is held at 175 and a letter from Marguerite do Valois author of the dull but verv much off color Heptameron cannot be had for less than 250 the highest price quoted in the list Green Bag ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ 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 have the elevated gear for country driving andjthe low hung carriage for city use SSXttS ft ft it W it WW its it cauxsuxx Iis its L L- - i If iV it 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 sr rings 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 W ft it ft If ft Yi it m Among the high grade buggies we sell are Delkers Troys and Woodhlills We handle a number of cheap buggies Ames Enger Parry and Haydock m v I M J5 Buy Your buggies from us and WE will Be here to make our guarantee good FORBES All The News WORTH READING Local State and National WILL BE FOITND IN THE KKO w ¬ A SERIOUS MISTAKE Deacon Jackaonn Experience with a Unbroken Mule Deacon Jackson was a very pious Young citiAt¬ ¬ hut very determined old colored zen of Owl Creek Valley says the lanta Journal lie had a young muh which his boys were unablo to ride KENTUCKlStU AND THE and their failure to break the animal so exasperated the old man that he determined to rido it himself He was however no sooner located on us back than ho was thrown into an ad joining lot where ho was picked up with both legs broken and his neck badly sprained What on earth did such an old man as you mean by trying torido a wild young mule like thataskedthe doc¬ ¬ ¬ Cincinnati Weekly wo Enaiiirer Rate Wo have arranged a Clubbiug oy waica cau give Both Papers One Year for 225 Regular price for Both is 300 Wo Bave you generous part of this sum Send or bring your cash with order to tho Whiskies Brandies Wines Cordials There are many Spurious Rinds and many NO GOOD KINDS Then there is a tor Waal sah said Deacon Jnck6on I never does undertake to do nuthin widout fust consultin ov do Lawd an seem whut ho dun thunk erbout hit I axed Him cf I orter ridedat mule what my triflin no1 ercoiint boys couldnt rido an do Lawd lie sed yessah jes as plain ez I am talkin to you Well KEN TUCKIAN HoiikliiSvlllcKy U fit N TIME TABLfc Ac THAINS BOUTn suBEST KIND The best Kind is what we SELL and at as low prices as the spu ¬ rious kinds are Sold A TRIAL BS CONVINCING r t No fifi No 53 No 51 No 91 TTnnkiiiHvillo Glfi 1116 FaBt Lino NO Fast Mail 000 513 n n m m p m Limited pm but He seems tohavo given TRAINS NOnTII An Acceptable Present A Recipe Wishington 1 wish that I could acquire a rep ¬ utation for being bright said Willio There is nothing easier an All vou need J aworcd Miw Cayenne a ls to y vou liaY8 wfnYr clYM--WakW- m fue to sail liquor to My penum who --J Stir saloon Icwpen fa Hit nefd ithoforo apoaa eu says anything Wo tft Sr r r An Atchison woman who thought longanddeoplyof thomost acceptable gift for her husbands birthday mndo him a present the pther day that mndo him clan his heels together in do light She took down the bed in tho spare room gave it to a ntnghbor and notified all her visiting kind of friend that every bed ip her Iiqusq is occupied Tho preatBttplUh t cost w Ppi r Aicpjwp pplf- you bad advice No doctor His judgment was all right for do Lawd knows dis olo man never seed do day when ho was af cored to straddle anything from a circular saw up to or clephant but dis time 1 think do Lawd was jusfmjstooken in do mule Thin peoplo imagine that exercise will rnnko thorn thinner This is not tru moderate sxerciao especially in tha pnn air increases tie appeuic iwu ana Uit power oi assimjiuun thpi fWbfftb ye perfpnB weight ft No 92 Chicago Limited 930 n in moil 10l8uin No 52 St Lull Ex No 56 HopkiiiHvillo Ac 825 p m 918 p m No 46FaBt Lino Nashville AooommodRllon niHIKT NT docs not run rili tinni1 Rt Tnnla mill Ihloirn limm lirmurli trnliiM anlld and ileenen ml 0 uuichkii ai 1UUI FustLlnti stotigonly at Important station 1I hrouKli lullmnu olenr md oron3lnd ln tr toAtautu0 Koyal Liquor Co Only Liquor Store in Christian County J M AOAMCAgCDl tWngt0Wtant AN IDEASRSfflSffi NOTlIiNUHMfUlvTIIKUItfK irouotyouri WteSKiUJ BOW OOTPtBt Attorney WwJI8to WANTED 203 SOUTH M AIN STREtT S J SMTTJSL Propr i w 11 vs Vihafir Sftftofcrr iSfjliAAfi tfh nrYn imnerarriMfpetttart aHt W 1 twenties at 3 jer cnt interest - Ji MitU tj itaatiMii Kwiiwwmiwi m ISr PERGONAL GOSSIP JV W2SM j iar h r - ST yi HERE AND f HERE An Appeal to the Hospitality a boys Grape bags for Bale nt the Kkn Mr Pastor Baptist Church Hopklnsvillc tuCkian office in the city mi TheJCentucky Historical Society i PpUco Court Hatters Mr W V Dulin of Crofton was will hold a meeting at Frankfort fThfe General Association fJpUhe lown Vcatcrday in JuUgLtiavtill had i busy day w to dav fl Baptists of JfKentucky including yestefTdaysln the police court sand of Longvicw spent Prank Moqrc MtrtUsonvilles big Union Taber ¬ delegates fronl all over theWnte uinjuii yi Lilt luiiutini Liiov a Sunday in the city it convenes here June 8 It itthijrhly BellPaVne col breach of nacle is ncaring completion Then coitie to our store -- Miss Maggie Wilsonof Pembroke probable that four hundred ofeinorc peace lined 1 and costs 1500 people j will seal is visiting Mrs G T Herndon delegates will attend the hieetiiig Jas Parrishcdl ridinir bicycle Call and see our handsome suits Christian of Lafayette four dny1i For without a lantern fined 1 and Dr RI3 at bottom prices which lasts about of furniture ispent yesterday in the city itheir entertainment we lmVe thus Lcosts Keach Co s Ninth street near L far secured about 320 hoKne1 We DudleyIIiiks col fast driving EsqTwTi Brewer of Fairview i N depot t r t i I An A tf v necci nomes tor auom iuu moredcie- - fined 10 and Costs was a visitor to the city yesterday s Bob Blanks the colored rapist gateo Committees have canvassed Chas White col bccnriilff on the Profi V At Garnett of Pcm- - ofMaylield whose victim was an the town but possibly have not streets ordered to leave town in broke was here yesterday child lias ocen orougnt called upon some who might kindLy ten minutes- He left v Tllnnia to UllLll 11 Jill illiuum ntirl 1rinr1rr1 m entertain V IvTrVG W Wiley has gone If there are any such The fines assessed were all oaid 4 OwJnsboro as a Federal juror the Louisville jail persons who will voluntarily assist Henry Lcavcll col charged with as early as yoti can and take pick of 100 all wool l MV A B Anderson is reported Bud Hay den col was lynched in entertaining will they at once petit larceny in stealing a pair of ftain and fancy cassimer and worsted suits to be sick in Princeton at Texarkana for an outrage upon kindly notify Mr John R Kitchen shoes from Bassett Co was ar¬ or myself The difficulty- in secur rested but his trial was postponed committed the Esq T M Barker of Kennedy little Jessie Scott injr a sufficient number Of homes until the boys father could be sent sizes 13 to 18 years for same day V was hero yesterday A beautiful line of rocking chairs arises chiefly from the unexpectedly for y Mr Isaac Garrolt of Pembroke - Cos Ninth cheap at Keach was in town Monday street near L N depot Rev J S Cheek of Elmo spent DO Miss Blanche Bloom daughter of yesterday in the city M Bloom the wholesale liquor Mr Garrotts Conquor V II Vaughn of Howell was in dealer of Paducah wili be mar- ¬ Helms Brutons or the city yesterday ried in thefalltoMr A C Einstien of St Louis of Madisonville Ralphs W F Long Rail Road spent yesterday in the city Nice Jersey cow to trade for butnry IF SO YOU CAN GET EITHER AT Miss Lillian Gary is visiting Cow gives two and a half gallons Miss Lucy Orndorf of Russellville milk per day Apply to Keach s Mr and Mrs John C Willis of furniture store Ninth street near fjiMMiiLtLiftiimraEEKa These suits sold sjHrly in - the season for MlHEX22 Pembroke spent yesterday in the L N depot p- WMMiinlJMjlMWMM city Richmond P Hobson the hero of Some afe fine imported worsteds tip to Hon Jas B Garnett arrived yes- ¬ the Merrimac is a tall and hand- ¬ i terday and registered at the Phoe- - some Alabamian 28 years of age I some cheviots and some cassimers and unmarried He was a brilliant Mrs Russell Hogan and children boy at school and graduated at the of Trenton are visiting Mrs J D Naval Academy at the head of a of eighteen conceived the class He Russell plan of blocking the harbor with a That Brings Down Mrs Jas H Anderson is in coal vessel and carried out his own w A niVPtiGhnrn vioifimr At Tiitcliniitc plan The Business nnrents II llf lllt The thirteenth annual meet of I W vv w Kadiord a leading mer the Kentucky Division of the Best Goods Fairest Prices i chant of Howell was in the city League of American Wheelmen mil n - - 3esterday r aSV i i ohi any iieii tuunicr or will be held at Lexington June 20 i R C Watkins of Paducah was and 21 under the auspices of the table in the store we can con- ¬ shaking hands with his many Fayette Wheel Club friends in the city yesterday vince you of this v Tickets for the South Kentucky fc 5vU 4 ft vV A V and W T Rutland of the College commencement exercises at KJYv tNJr Vt V- - 3r- i fkEmpire coal and Mining Company the Opera House - Are Herea Few Examples 3 Thursday night r MHi were registered at the Phoenix tMSL on sale at Galbreath are now if Mr Winston Henry and daughter Ennis a yflrd al1 woolgfancy dress goods jVMiss Bell Henry of Casky were A good rain fell in the city yes- ¬ a yard for avlire of splendid new novelties stylish visiting in the city yesterday x terday and so far as heard from it and good J Squire J F Dixon and Al r W G was general throughout the county Wm pFox of Howell were among the J Q Ladies jersey ribbvests low rieck no sleeves i New Coal Office numerous South Christian visitors Hn the city yesterday Williamson the citv Perkins iiW Lalies fne bleaciiedlisle vests faced neck and arms transfer men have opened a coal f PER YEAR Miss Mary Napier who has been yard on the corner of Eighth and --v visiting relatives in this city re- - Water streets near I C depot iens line seamless socks tast black and mixtures soft turned last night to her home in They handle the celebrated Pow V quality fine guage derly coal Headquarters for trans- ¬ Nashville u fer business Telephone 104 ring 2 Mens handsome madras laundered negligee shirts Messrs Major Woold ridge S C Mercer II A Phelps and several For Sale Ladies 40 gaige fast Iack seamess hose Equal to other young men from this city I have some nice family horses at 1 e areljgping to quit V Wl 25c goods elsewhere my stable for sale C H Layne spent Sunday at Cerulean Childrens fine fast black and tan Hose double kriec Jas M Green of Hopkinsville tf DAILY MARKET REPORT profit Making 7 who has been the guest of the fami ¬ w hmml to MWW crnndc iuthiviv nn w ISc Mtj igpwmpa ly of Dr Phill T Johnson returned Corrected Dully y Han itawllui Itnnlcer A ncn towels go6d size excellent quality home ydsterday Owensboro In- mill Uroker Ilopklnnvllla Ky B Ncely of Nashville mi 1 - attendance since the Association was jnvUed CitAS Haruis Nash of large increase in f rt DO You want lo bj Clothing Bargain T V f Morrow Morning - 1 - y - UUSE u COOPER GOS 400 A- 750 siMsitio V 1 - V I Rf I fl xin AH in all it is tlieSbest 33aiaain evex off eied JBoys Stats j r mikm 400 wmmM mmxK wu AOG m 5e 4Qo JLOO J The Daily KentucUian l T-rrz- I 1 ap - - 40 C Tf IKp r JLOC gpAmong those who spent Sunday Chicago Alnrkut I nt Cerulean were Capt W S win W E RagsdalcJr Dr r Jash Wheat July Wheat 90tf Wyly Eugene Armistead Miss Ju- ¬ lia Venable and Miss Mary Napier Sept Wheat 77 Cash Cora The Courier Journal of Sunday July Corn 32 A contained a picture of Mr Geo W Sept Corn 33 Metcalfeand bride nee Miss Lallie July Oats Jr v 23i Tuttle of Monticello who are visit- ¬ July Porl10 55 ing in Louisville They will be July Lard 5 97 home in a few days 5 67 July Ribs C Good Opff I Hifft ClosingI - 5f K 1 08 90 77 32 w 88 78 31 1 1 Qn J a yard Simpsons black and white fancy satines and iri- digo blue prints ZLZLn Extra value satineltrip corsets 2 side steels per and exactly one month earlier than usual we inaugurate feet fitting splendid amoskeag A F C fine dress ginghams in new our Grand Clearance Sale of seasonable goods This and handsome effects sale will commence 0 p AYS 5 33i 23 11 62 5 97 5 67 32 H 23 10 35 5 95 5 65 New VorU Htocltsuml Cotton l UDDfu 5 TN I 1 CO WED M AY 18 J Deaths - Qpff Hig t Closing I WRECKERSOF HIGH PRICES The wife of ISIr Matthew Harrell Aug- Cotton 6 46 6 46 6 45 of near Lafayette died at an early Am Tob 1 09 1 09 1 09 5 hour Saturday morning- of con- ¬ Chicago Gas 1 01 1 03 1 03 sumption 1 06 1 06 Q aged 28 years 1 05 tf W The U J3 remains were interred in the Camp ¬ L 57 N 57 56 bell burying- ground Saturday Manhattan 1 06tf 1 06 1 05 1 44 afternoon 1 45 Sugar 1 44 tf Coal Iron 26 26 26tf Mrs T J Weaver of near La- Puts 76 Calls 80on Sep Wheat fayette died on the 30th ultimo of a Chicago KccoIiUh Toiluy complication of diseases She was Wheat 50 Cars d was a sister t 4bmt C0 ears oldCorn 1131Cars w yi Mr tjios i Collins of this city Oats 285 Cars iAten months old child of Mr Hogs 8000 Mfiyton who lives two miles north IIor Miirlcnt of town died Sunday trom the Hogs To morrow 21000 effects of measles Light 400 - Pfiu uiittiiiiub vmuiiiuig nLi wmmiiiMQMmMmmmmmMm and will close Safc irdny June 18 thus giving you an op portunity to buy your spring goods at gieatly reduced prices Each day during this sale will bring forth many ¬ l - GREAT BARGAINS and those who do not come during this halo will miss an opportunity of a lifetime In addition to the ex ¬ treme low prices we offer we have an elegant line of Ji m - FURNITURE consisting of Book Cases Table Screens Booking Chairs Writing Desks Hat Hacks and Medicine Cabi ¬ nets These articles are elegant and will adorn any home and are free w 11 GOO Table EB - WIN Ware Mixed Rough avy 410 385 415 -- Kittmiuud KoooljitH Tuinorrotr Hoff8 21000 Head Totnl CIoiiruuccH All Torts sHb aEaJjs a Grand Success Remember Our Motto i I IS THE TWENTIETH CEN TURY WONDEK AND IS GIVEN AWAY AT i tiSSEf - I JFJJl A 0 hoopers Groceigr XtontPail CiUl I to and Set It A- MWMgMMlauaMMwaaaaaaa Wheat and Flour Exp 651000 bus M Col N Gregory of Church Hill was in town yesterday The Colo- ¬ nel says he has wheat heads this year that measure 5 and 6 in ¬ ches in length He expects to make 2000 bushels on 50 acres Mr W P Norton has returner IJfomNoyv Yprtc and tho Only abninlosa tlmt Una givon suocobb unci line proven itself ho Wo hnvo them on exhibition as well iih a numbor of Co- nuui ifai Wo carry the boat uHsorlmaut of J3ioyole Suiidriea nnd ilo VVn II blmla nf rtvo khl o ll pairing Cf in promptly tlono Wo aredioadqimrteiB for Gas ISlcycltt Lamp aurt CnrJItc Qi m n ca y0U8 to pjoag0 - m m m m More for your money than any other lipusc Or your money back Yours truly W ic 11 H 1 y yV- iiiiiaiHBiHa E M MOSS CO ttlblidi r DiNINA mJm US t h V- - HqMtiNsvrLtt J fe iihii i