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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w t VL M H VOL 1 NO 35 HOPKINSVILLE KY THURSDAY MORNING JUNE A GRAVE CHARGE 9 1898 PRICE 2 CENTS SUNK Reina Mercedes Goes Down THE DAY IN COURT Sdvcral Commonwealth Casts k Were Heard B G n Phipps Arrested and Lodged in Jail He SHIPS At hiantanamo Batter Down A Still Others Dismissed or Docket Not Yet f j Reached Contin-ued--Civ- il and Two Others Crippled Shatter With 1 Charged With Robbing the Store of L B King at Pqn Is 18000 Troops is Off For Iirthc case of the Commonwealth About noon yesterday Deputy til Vm Page charged with Sheriff John Boyd rode into the city against assault and battery the defenclaut having in custody B G Phipps rniwu iu appear unu was uneu jp sa The prisoner was taken to the counu Spanish Fortification ¬ ¬ Cuba at Last Special It is officially admitted that the Span ¬ Madrid June 8 ish cruiser Reina Mercedes was sunk by the fire of the American ileet at Santiago de Cuba on Monday Five sailors and twenty nine marines on board of her were killed The Reina Mercedes was a partly dismantled cruiser and used as a floating- battery to augment the defenses of Santiago harbor - 4i 9 Echoes of Mondays Fight Two Spanish Ships Badly Hurt reports that the Spanish cruiser Viscaya and the torpedo boat destroyer Furor were badly damaged during the bombardment of Santiagos defenses on Mon- ¬ day A shell from the Brooklyn is said to have burst under the Viz cayas pdrt quarter dismounting a gnn injuring the cruisers rudder and wounding several her sailors New York June 8 A special from Kingston Jamaica Hobsons RewardWill Likely Command the New Battleship A diligent campaign has Special Montgomery Ala t June 8 been set on foot in Alabama looking to the promotion of Lieut Hobson The to the position of Captain commanding the new warship Alabama press of Alabama has joined Hobsons friends in the campaign in his be- ¬ i lip life fife half and it is believed that the newspapers and the public throughout From Hobsons friends in the South will join in the recommendation Greensboro it is learned that he had for some time desired to get out of the construction Bureau and into the line of active duty The announce- ¬ ment by the press that the officials are disposed to be governed in his and capias issued The attorneys for JimKnighrcol entered a motion for a new trial which was overruled by the court W B and Bud Robinson charged with selling liquor without license were tried by a jury and a verdict of not guilty was returned The Hopkinsville Hotel Company was fined 50 on an indictment charging defendant with selling liquor to a minor j In the case of the Commonwealth against John Knight charged with seuuction unuer promise or mar riage the defendant by attorney entered his plea of guiltylto the charge of fornication and on this the case was submitted to the court A fine of 25 was assessed The following cases were called 71 and continued or dismissed Commonwealth against Bud Garth housebreaking continued r James Britton housebreaking two cases continued Thomas Woosley grand larceny four cases continued W B and Bud Robinson selling liquor wjithout license four cases dismissed Jack Outlaw bigamy dismissed Dr J R Moore and others dis- ¬ turbing religious worship con- ¬ tinued Bob Morris c c d w two cases dismissed MISS JENNIE FOWRIGHT A ty jail and there lodged in default of a bond of 500 Monday night the store room of L B King at Pou was broken open and robbed of 50 worth of merchandise Mr King and several of his friends at once set about finding the thief Suspicion pointed to Phipps and several circumstances strengthened this suspicion Yesterday morning a number of the stolen articles were found concealed in the weeds and fence corners near the home of Phipps The goods were left un- ¬ disturbed and Mr King the victim of the burglarly rode to the city and swore out a warrant against Phipps charging him with breaking in and robbing a store Deputy Sheriff Boyd accompanied Mr King to Pon There they learned that Phipps was at work on the farm of Mr Lee King not far from the vil- ¬ lage of Pon Phipps was found the warrant served and he was taken to the place where the goods had been concealed These were recovered and with the prisoner brought to the city Phipps is a man about thirty years of age He has a wife and several children and hitherto has borne a very good reputation in the neighborhood He will be indicted and tried at the present term of court GRADUATING EXERCISES The Insurgent Chief In the Philippines Con tinues His Victories Tuesday morning five June 8Special--O- n battleships bombarded the town of Baymera at the head of Guantan amo Bay near Santiago destroying the fort and driving the soldiers to the town and later into the interior Even before the cables were injured the operators were forced to flee by fire from the ships Up to this hour no cable direct from Santiago has been received since Monday night Cape Haytien A Protectorate Is Desired Arguinaldos Proclamation LondonJune 8 Singapore correspondent of the London Special Times says that the local Philippine insurgent committee is in receipt of a messnge from Aguinaldo saying We have taken all in the province of Cavite and Tangas Tingon is captured with six hundred rifles We captured twelve hundred Spaniards from Spain and eight hundred Philippine Spaniards and killed three hundred We are now besieging Bedcjoe Three hundred Spaniards arc forti ¬ fied in a church and must surrender We hear that the Governor Gen ¬ eral proposes to capitulate The Hong Kong correspondent of the Times says A proclamation issued Dy Aguinaiuo tne insurgent cniei points to a desire to set up a native administration in the Philippines under an American protectorate Aguinaldo with an Advisory Council would hold the dictatorship until the conquest of the Islands and would then establish a republican assembly Aguinaldo has issued orders that the lives and property of Euro- pean Chinese and all Spanish non combatants are to be protected and that all excesses are to be avoided London June 8 Gen Shatter Has Gone Sends Word That He Is Off Sister J N Fowright Dies Suddenly in Nashville of Tlr An Enjoyable Program at the Opera Mouse Last Night Wk k r Launched Privately S BATTLESHIP ALABAMA Without a Hitch May 18 at the Cramp Ship Yards Philadel U Phla -- i promotion largely by his preference encourages the belief that he may be given command of the magnificent battleship which is named in honon of his native State when it is completed next fall The Montogomery Advertishcr in referring to the mattdr says editorially Lieut Hobson has demonstrated his originality his breadth his capacity of self control which is the highest qualification for command his energy determination and coolness In what is he lacking to fit him to command any ship afloat He has the brains the training the ex ¬ perience in seamanship the daring By all means let him be made Captain of the Alabama The whole south would be delighted The Delay Is Explained M w - Why the Landing Was Delayed l m Ik J yak s Special Thcrc is no information in Washington D C June 8 possession of the government to confirm the newspaper reports that troops layc been landed in Cuba It is the understanding of Secretary Aigerjfiiatall of the transports arc hanging around Key West waiting until thVinst ship has left Tampa and thai they will keep together as closely as possible during the voyage in order to lessen the danger of attack from the little gunboats which are lying in some of Urn Spanish When tlitrpopqhipflwith the heavy artillery that are expect tTwfflH harbors to leave Tampa to fnight ieacWKey West some time to morrow it is rTuS fleet pff d the erjtirt isquftdronrWjU get under way and join Schley qLEi f JV TW thritSiiyu KVI Wjr n 1tr jQ4irli UUtHUftJI MM 11 n1tf1 nf intV UnwmfAi T in VWkUWLIUlHUIl id 1intjik1 iirtnii n ctAAil p Mtfy V J V be maintained oblv under tlk lfcwt favorable dreufeafatfeetf students of South Kentucky College The six graduates in their essays won the ap addresses and pause of the audience and numer- ¬ ous floral tributes The musical PERSPECTIVE OF SANTIAGO DE CUBA numbers were particularly good Mr Beaaley in his salutatory upheld the reputation which his previous oratorical efforts had won and captured new laurels Mr Prides valedictory was hap ¬ pily conceived and eloquently and effectively delivered paper Class Miss Summers was replete with catchy Prophecy hits at the expense of her class ¬ mates and kept the audience con ¬ vulsed with laughter A Victory but In her essay Miss VanCleve a Battle First not only a line knowledge evinced of letters but showed no little depth BASEBALL NEWS and research SPECIALVa Crown of Wild Roses was the Iheme of Mr Gardners essay Cincinati 1 Boston 10 It was a decidedly aesthetic compo- Chicago 9 New York 1 sition into which many beautitul Louisville 2 Baltimore 6 thoughts were incorporated Pittsburg 3 Washington 10 At the conclusion of the formal Louis 9 Philadelphia 7 St exercises the well merited degrees 8 Brooklyn 2 Cleveland were conferred upon the graduates one of them Miss Nellie Gnfhn Leave for Mammoth Cave being absent Mrs Robert Downer chaperoned a party of thirty of Pembrokes Nenring Completion young people to Mammoth cave The Merritt building at the cor- ¬ yesterday The party will spend ner of Fifth and Main streets is several days viewing the subter ¬ rapidly nearing completion The of Kentuckys outer layer is handsome pressed ranean W natQftfl cuViosity great brick and the trimmings are of white dressed stone The building 10 Point Duan 13 Cubera 7 Cabanltaa bay J Morro castle 20 Mlradero bay Failed to Pass HARUatla river 8 Cajumu bay will contain fifteen office rooms di ¬ 2 La Socapa 21 Mlradero a Uatonca Inland Iolnt Fortalcza 22 8 Smith Island Iff Point Hlanca Paradaa 10 Julian 4 Spec ¬ vided on cither floor by wide halls NUparo bay Owcnsboro KyTi June 8 17 Gascon river 3 Polnt 0al n Point Yorey 6 CurlvUa 21 Clipo Itealeu of the building will IS Calmans rlvor 18 1olnt lo Cruz 6 Point qoraa ial rr Cliton Brannon who was The location about a quarter of a inllo across Thera la a aP Th6 mouth of the harbor la up to the naval cadetship uy inake the offices very desirable appointed to roln La Orualwyond which point up to tha btfy water channel 5 to 6Q fathoms do Outia which IUm elKht miles from the mouth q th harbor poun41tt failed to pass It will be m attractive structure tof Conerefesman Clardy V t m ftUhom channelsjhi hew tTSuoowIpr ol fr191 ipinii n i nyjjrrvn arclutCQUiwiiy the pMnicitf exUminatioiu w i WW 111 Mr Joseph N Fowright received a telegram at noon yesterday an- ¬ nouncing the sudden and unex ¬ pected death of his sister Miss Jennie Fowright The young lady was attacked with cholera morbus Sunday but her condition was not regarded as critical and Mr Fowright was not apprised of her illness until the had announcement of her death Miss Fowright was twenty two years of age and was a young lady of many beautiful trats of charac- ¬ ter and superior mental gifts Mr and Mrs Fowright left on the 513 train yesterday afternoon for Nashville where they will re ¬ main until after the funeral and interment There was a large audience at the Opera House last night to witness the graduating exercises by the Special Washington June 8 The troops have started for Tampa Gen Shatter notified the War Department this morning of the sailing and shortly afterwards Secretary Alger went to the White House where he remained in consultation with the President for over two hours It isknown that only about 15000 to 18000 troops on the transports are bound for Santiago while the others in camp and ready to be em ¬ barked will in all likelihood be sent to Porto Rico fi I j I liiWi m M -- - VjUwAH SS ithiaUiWdM XLfoe Pufal sheet Sail funtucrfoian 4 ASKS DAUGHTERS TORIjfURN mtfmi mt t II iiL fa- T Hi irf mi - i uixavrw of every morning except Monthly M MEAOHAM by Dcllrcrpd by carriers to alt parts the city Stern St Louis Parent Relents After Enduring a Short Pe ¬ at ts Tremendous Sacrifice it V CHAD ItaL 31B 8 - Main 10 CENTS MR WEEK riod of 5qlitude H IN NEW GOODS SUBSCRIPTION RATES Pan Month ilTii Pek Week m lr i r - - t - Jacob Uurklmit the retired engi m PPot t st JU0M8 wno ioiu ma uiuigu J tors thev must leave loino because w thoyjwprb not married hue become lonesome and hits extetided IhVolivo bnvueh to them Cervcra is thegreatest rcconcep The action on his part wne ono of traclo to day tho most uuiqtio piirontul orders uver t j t OaplGridleys remains will be When we get a Dewey place we recorded Thoro wore fotir girls I C1W wy w f fMw Yokohama in defer ¬ cremated at one of tliom a widow Tiioy were in may add a Hobson boulevard ence to his wishes expressed during young and pretty and hnd many ud The Merrimac was not altogeth rairrs but manifested no disposition life er a full stop A Colon passed lit to marry The father Just Novotnbor i j i r Charleston touched There are other Richtnonds ilium told them that if thoy woro not mnr u Thfi steamer i on route they would havo to son ihthc field ned by Chrintmns tit Honolulu May 2 Ife invited to inspect my largo stock and BUpport thorn to Manila after a fast and unevent- pf Spring Dry Goods Notions Cloth ¬ Russia is buying Cramp ships in leave his hduso fttl run ing etc before making their purchases Everything new andu-to-dat- o the hope of giving Mr Bull the solves in all Thi i notice was published in tho pa colic M v l J Chattanooga is getting ready for pors and hundreds of olTors woro ro departments It is a serious matter when a coived from young men inall parts of a tremendous blowout on July 4 and will trv to have President McKin- - Mayor is rendered speechless at a tho country but wero refused The Hibernian festival Ready-To-- I girls did not marry and on ChriBt l i4ley present St The locust with a W is df no in ¬ mas day they moved into a pretty flat A movement is on foot to change terest this year the war having which thoy had rented rin the capital of China from Pekin to got in ahead of him Handles made by the best tailors and from TOE BEST CLOTH Their father has lived alono in hit Siun Pu The Emperor is said to Had Uncle Sam ever been a boy biff houso the other day that he WaB favor the change He Baid he would have put pockets in the very lonesome and wanted his daugh lie If the forts at Santiago were bat- ¬ coats of his officers ters to come back aud live with him ri tered down and the guns silenced Unfortunately for the war poets ngaiumarried or unmarried Tho girls why did not Sampson enter the har- ¬ neither Hobson nor Dewey is a con- ¬ told a reporter that thoy were not GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU bor and do the rest of the business venient name for rhvming yet prepared for a reconciliation aud in perfect peace and no REMEMBER THE PLACE The Kentucky Federation of Wo- - The Captain of the Oregon doesnt that thoy wero Next Door to in tho country wore mens Clubs has solemnly resolved have to blow his own horn since he four young women They could see no happier than they that its married members shall use sailed around the Cape a change and return to their own names instead of those of What has become of that Spanish reason to make tho parental roof They say however their husbands shrike Weyler ho was to impale that it may all come about that thoy so much American prey may return to their father w he is Congressman T C Catchings Three of the Merrimac heroes nearly 70 years old aud is quite joe and Editor C E Wright had a set Let us raise bio Are you interested in the prices of Ladies to on the street in Vicksburg over were born in Boston t andJChildrcns Slippers one less wheat and cotton and more Only campaign charges DAILY MARKET REPORT round was fought the result being beans this is an opportunity that you afford to miss To close these lines Uf a draw Dully lty Ken KnvlliiHlliinItor out right away we have decided to Hobson is the son of Hob the Corrected 1 cut the IM TWO- - All of our ladies and mid Itrokor llopktnsvllle Ky countryman or plowman Thus the childrens slippers in A petition is being circulated reputation of the heroes that arise Henderson asking Ex Gov Brown out of the common people is main- ¬ ji Clilcngu Alnrkot to again run for the Democratic tained OpV nomination for Governor It begins Cash Wheat Our When Harriet Beecher Stowe v to look like the race next year will July Wheat oyxkAi market Little Giant shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to this wrote Uncle Toms Cabin she did be a free for all and every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of this assertion Y Sept Wheat W6X not suppose that bloodhounds July Corn 30 I 32 32 Sampson is hurrying up his oper- - would so soon be chasing white fu- ¬ 33 Sept Corn ations in a way that gives color to gitives in Northern States 23 July Oats the idea that he wants to have them Lieut Hobson has come to the July Pork 10 30 10 30 4025 f ijliifnr1 wlifin flif n- rinv rfc tliro w ww Bu fe 5 90 rescue of the boy bookworm The July Lard 5 85 87 This plan if successful will leave bad schoolboy who will not study Jul Ribs 5 00 Vj0 5 60 no trouble in placing the credit is not to have it all his own Vniw Vnf mfmlftl ami rnftnii Vf way in r WORTH 1 Where it belongs future deeds of daring Opff rnigt ciojihg The election returns from Oregon indicates that the Democrats are off in the army PoSsT DISPATCH SNAP SHOTS METZS STORE iA --- The Great Hopkiiisville Mecca w- ror Jdcoiomcai stivers THE PUBLIC r r T SEE Our ear Suits jneyare ¬ IN SHOES we nave llie Best All Latest Styles Hardwicks Ladies and CMIdrens SlippersT cant v IF SO 2 IIig-tv6losnig- - A- rmix Z- AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS 75c 100 125 and 50 l3MB n w Lad les Plain leedie and Coin Toe Slippers s I - the particulars If the pro Spanish tone of some of the Russian journals stands for Russian sentiment the guns of the In swearing into office the new warships to be built for Librarian Miss Pauline llardm Americans may some Russia by day be turned Deputy Clerk Bob Greene had against us some fun at her expense He in ¬ corporated in the oath of office a The convicts at Jefferson City supplementary clause requiring her were glad to get the flowers that to pledge herself not to marry dur- ¬ were given them on memorial Day ing her term of office as Miss Guy though they would have much pre- ¬ had done She made the promise ferred to have been where they could have done the picking them- ¬ but did it with a laugh of The Louisville Dispatch is very justly filled with pride over the great scoop it worked on all of the other Louisville papers in giving an account of the battle of Santiago a day ahead of even the afternoon papers It was an achievement to be proud of If Blanco hangs a single Ameri- ¬ can newspaper correspondent let Blanco himself be hanged Sur- ¬ viving correspondents can report the execution They will miss none Aug- - Cotton 6 42 1 09 1 03 1 05 6 44 1 1 G 44 Am Tob Chicago Gas C B Q N L lOtf 03 1 09 1 05i 1 01 1 04 i CUT PRICE 40c Irid 250 Manhattan Sugar Coal Iron Wheat Corn 25K Puts 75 Calls 77on Sep WheatChicago ltcuiilH Xo iliy 58 832 115 56 1 04 1 44 25 56ys 1 05 1 44 1 05A 1 40tf - 50c 65c and 75c paira childrens black and tan oxfords worth worth 100 125 and OUT PRICE 40 50 65 75 CTS 75c 1 50 We will also put in this sale our entire line of Little Giant Mimic button spring heel shoes sizes from s tq 13s at same big reduction Irirl nrl for Car CarS Oats Hogs Cars REMEMBER p J2BS321 WG aC SfcUJ Sdling Cthing xorK uosr Half Price at prime Eastern 4 32000 Estiimitcd Hccolit8 To morrow iew O Wheat Corn Oats Hogs Iloff Market selves Cars Cars 32000 Head 4 54 730 189 Carl tiBpmrnmMumai MAMMOTH -- LOTHING SHOE CO - Inbtead of having- cornbread at nonkinsviUc Produce riarket 1 lTil Ti rv SF o i W U i but one meal Missouri restaurants vuii iiH vjwii oinu uorresponuems This fumoua Kentucky SUMMER RESORT Cash prices paid by Hopluuaville at all Points of Interest f boardingis now open for guests under Ex Senator John J Ingalls of provide houses and hotels should At Havana i merchants it at every meal Missouris Kansas whose fame as a brilliant Mr Sylvester Scovol J Ti of corn is marvelous Bacon At Madrid writer a man of remarkable scho- ¬ production Mr A Hams country 7J10c At Washington E Houghton larship and literary attainments is and it should be fully recognized by all Missourians Shoulders 4i8Jo even greater than that of the dis ¬ Mr A piaetioal hotel man has beon selected to Sides g8o At Now York Stepheu Bonsai direct affairs Special at- tinguished senator announces a Latest returns from the Oregon oi tion given to the cusme Man y improvements havo beon made in tho Lard hllQ new book on the subject of the State election shows large Republi- ¬ Mr Morton Wntkins grroiin1dtf8 Hotel rates reasonable A pleasant time in store n or War It can gains in every county of the Country Produce g A splendid bund of music in ventilated aUond nco is entitled Americas War For State over the vote of 1896 Partial Tim NEWS Or TUB DAY IN Butter 1020o Humanity in Picture and Story BBB returns from twenty five out of 12Jc THE POST DISPATCH Opening Ball June 17 It is published by the N D Thomp- ¬ thirty two counties of the State JNewfeathora Cheap Rates Over I C Railroad 8032e 15 conts a week seven dny3 if deson Publishing Co of St Beeswax Louis show that GeerRepublicanforGov 2022c livered by agent GO coiUb a month wiiw Mo and is an exhaustive discus- ¬ ernor Mwniiii inn Tallow 80 will have about 10000 if sent by mail sion of the causes of the war and plurality Moody Republican for Ginseng per lb ABURBSSS 2225 an equally exhaustive history of its Congress in the Second District Honey 10c incidents and a brilliant analysis will have a plurality approaching Tub washed wool 2880o of the famous characters conduct- ¬ 5000 Tongue Republican Greased 1820o Ledger Is Alnmorolynomlnnlprlco tho Now York is re making one of tho ing it It promises to be the one elected to Congress from the First Burry wool 10Mo Uamera oilers of thoseaHon inowt remnikablo TUoynro BemlliiK outan lmmonspnuuiborof camorasto all imrts great and popular work called forth Oistrict by more than 2000 plural- Poultr- yor tho United Statea It la la reality but by this wonderful interesting na- ¬ ity The figures may be slightly Old chickens live per lb fiJGc tional episode Whatever Senator changed by later returns Roosters 2Jo Ingalls touches he adorns and this Turkoye per lb Go for tho Casern with oomploto outfit for pho touraphliig and dovolopltiK Semi to day for book shines and sparkles in the Lieut Hobson has put a stop to Ducks do full paitlculard regarding this romarknlilo offer an it laqxtroraoly lliultoil Tho Oaniorn Is light of his genius The present the collection started by a Mobile Grain thoroughly high irrado and llratelDBs in ovnrv reanoot tltted with all nipdorn lmprovoinonta work is worthy of his genius and paper to lift the mortgage on his x Clovor per bushel n 3 ami11a guaranteed U9 rcpreaented Addreaa will be a monument to his fame mothers home He has knocked Will have a few choice summer patterns on display Oats homo grown por bu SG88o OAMEnA XimiENT The subject now so engrosses the the sentiment out of the transaction Corn 85e Jwt mrt THE NEW YORK LEDGER mind as to forecast for this by stating that only a small bal- ¬ Jf popular WEDNESDAY MAY 4 Wheat 95o tKIIOEU JlBILplKO NYC1TY book a sale that will be universal ance remains on the mortgage and Live Block JlPfJtf See thenj before buying It will be sold by subscription only that will be paid when it is due Hogs 3360 BOYS ohouldlut at uce for sneclnl nin solid and the canvastng samples arc inlum i in 3heop p 2G0350 lrlntln lrpHpa Air Rll laauod Watohea nun Mrs Mary Benton was killed py i now ready for agents We adyeri GIRLS Cftttlq 2KWM h a train at Louisville tise it in another column llifiV vofl day - A fatal blunder has again been IfCervera made love in vain to made by the Administration in not the daughter of a United States having men at hand to follow up Senator he has a grievance which the naval advantages at Santiago may swell arouse him to terrible If the army had been landed as it deeds It is a tragic event when a should have been a month ago the handsomeoreigner misses a beau- ¬ war on the Southern coast of Cuba tiful American girl would have been ended last Mon- ¬ Light Mixed r 405 41Q L The Present Crisis Rough Heavy Total Cloftriincea Alt Torts 395 4J5 ITHEPOSHJISPATCH r Wheat and Flour Exp 330000 bull Corn 437000 t Ig Hie Only St Louis Iaicr HOTEL NEW MANAGEMENT rrd - American-Spanish-Cuba- ¬ C3-xsi37-- Spxlngre JSZr Fifty I Ceaat THE ¬ LEADER T MME HP my mi uii j rZTJ in lv- - - WV OMIMfffWW - vm9BKQQ4 Kw York Uilr j UiljwrSufcaiuK Nw York i - JJJWIWI1111 i iiiiiii JLl FLEUMTE E - N - 1i il MUUUIUM StOW BtfT SURE ltyrel Schema A of Two Womon to Ba C A rt lJ r vo LllO aao US DAYS tho Railroad When tho suburban train stopped at ilio station next to Kvanston two dumpy women puffed up the steps and came into tho cars They were heavily laden with what Boston people call thJ impediments of travel There were two or thice baskets with paunchy tops and some bundles The con- ¬ done Up in knotted shoots ductor and tho brakeman helped to carry theso unwieldy things aboard and then stacked them in an empty seat in front of the two women who were flushed from their exertions and gently heaving Tho train pulled out nndin a Utile whilo tho conductor returned this time to collect tickets Tickets ho said with a question- ¬ ing motion at the two women Tho elder of the two looked at him reproachfully and somewhat appeal WORK FOR OF RARE BAR- ¬ GAINS AND FUN FOR YOU DONT FAIL TO COME CLOSES JUNE 15th AT CLARKS GROCERY A FEAST FOR BARGAIN HUNTERS We are loaded up with lots of Good Things to Eat also Glass Tin Queensware Wooden and Willow c ware Notions We want to Invoice June 15th So we propose to give our many friends in Christian county advantage of ridiculously low prices for a short time Everything cut to pieces ingly Conductor wo didnt have any money to buy tickets she said- I want either tickets or fare he said Well conductor Id like to know how a poor woman is going to get monoy to buy ticketsr she said and it was evident that she blamed the railroad company in general and this conductor in particular Heres my poor daughter just out of the hospital and mo workin niht and day to get Ynedicino for her and tryin to keep body and soul together We just aint got the money to buy railroad tickets and thats all there is to it I cant help that If you dont pay vpurfaro youll havo to get oil at the SPOT CASH PRICES r We must have the cash it you want to take advantage of these prices gest Grocery in Hopkinsville And we want your trade K3BNHBI2BKOZBmzZ52ai 5 Cakes Ark Soap for 10c Sugar 3 Cakes of Protty Soap for Kc or 100 8 Cakes for for 25c 18 lbs Granulated sugar will only soil 8100 worth at this Prico 3 Boxes Spurlocks Big Blueing for 10c 100 worth to a customer 2 Boxes Azuron Bluoing for 15c 19 lbs clarified for 100 1 Doz Boxes Greenwich Lyo for 75c Good solid Wash Board for 15e Arbuckles or X X X X any Package Red Star Double Board Worth Coffeo 10c to 20e Now wo have full lino of Jas Hcokin 3 Boxes 5c Gold Dust for lUc Co 8 Competent clerks Two wagons Big KS3aSiHKI V llt R4 nextstation Well a shame puttin us off at some strange town You could let us rido just as well as I just think thats box Tip Top Condonsed Milk for 25c Plug Greonvillo Tobacco 5c 3 boxes Ralphs Snuff 10c 2 boxes Large snuff 15c Largo bottle Snuff 10c 1 price 30c Large Glass Pitcher 15c Just lots nice 10c ilasswaro largo sizes Pratty colors Largo Hall Lamps worth 500 each Soiled cut 225 Hammocks Just lots of cm cut prices 1 not No need to talk about it said the conductor as he started on Somehow the prospect of being ejected at the next stop did not worry the industrious mother or tho stal- ¬ wart daughter just out of thohospital They gazed serenely at tho passing landscape and when the train began to slow up for the next station they looked at each other inquiringly as Shall we start or shall we if to ask wait to bo thrown out They were not left in doubt for tho brakeman after slamming the door and shouting Bourwourl seized hold of two bundles and hus- ¬ tled tHem out to tho platform The two women followed with that calm but suffering dignity peculiar to all persecuted females Tho conductor and tho brakeman had to do all tho unloading They rolled tho fat bundles and the stuffed haskets down tho car steps and tho women below caught them and stacked them up on the station plat- ¬ Coffee Dont fail to buy all you need 3Uc Ice Tea is Good celebrated High Grado Coffeo none better at tho prices Lard Meats c Grown Blended with Rio Java at 20c 50 lbs Pure Loaf Lard for J75 10 lb Lots nt 18c 1 00 - 12 lbs Pure Loaf Lard foi Iroto Blended Rio Java and oMarica12 lbs Nice Heavy Meat for 100 10 lb Lots at 20e bo at 23c lOlbs Fair Grade Green Coffee for 100 Breakfast Bacon Fancy 10c By tho whole piece about Klt at Jc Gibs Fancy Rio Best for 100 Heavy Meat 100 lbs for Suo Wo havo extra lino quality cut Best Green Moyuno worth 80c lb our Just Received Carload of Salt 7 bu qarrels 1 10 cut prico is 15c lb 5 bu barrels 1 20 Fancy Black and Green Tea 15c lb Special Prico 5 bbl lots Chaico Green Tea 25c lb This is about of what this tea is We have Copperas Borax and will not sell less than lib at worth theso prices Sulphur Large Size Feed Baskets Worth 50o cut to 30c FARMERS We Have Best in Flour f l Fancy Straight Flour Bbl 520 Patent Flour Bbl 550 It is a good time to buy at theao prices 50 lbs Straight Flour at 135 50 lbs Fancy Patent at 145 Bolted Meal per bu 5o 5 bu lots at 50c Micellaneous Articles Plymouth Rock Geletin l c Wo havo received 31bs cau Califsrnia Peaches 17c lib best grated or sliced Piuoaplo 9c German Millett tit 95c bu a car load 1200 StocK Peas ot 1 25c bu Boxes Thoy havo advanced and aro going way up this season if We want your trade will buy of us Fruit Jars Grv Largest sized best grado for 15c G cans good Sardines for 25c Best Grated Coconut at He form When the conductor came along tho next time he grinned and said What do you think of that Those women have been beating their way Tiding one station at a time and then being put off I suppose they start- ¬ ed from downtown early this morn- ¬ ing If they are going to Milwaukee theyll get there some time next week unless they begin to work the same set of conductors a second time Theyre heading to got to some town out here without paying car fare and theyre willing to take their time We dont stop theso suburban trains between stations to put people off and you can bet they knew that She didnt make very much of a kick when I told her shod have to get off Now shell wait at that station and climb aboard of the next train that stops there Why didnt you tell tho station agent and havo him warn tho next conductor Oh I dont objeot to their getting along but they cant ride more than one station with me Chicago Rec- ¬ ord 7 2 Wash Women Specialties lbs Best Lump Starch for 25c Boxes Laundry Starch for 5c half prico Bakers Chocolate 10c lb 1 can good Salmon for 10c lib can Clarks line Baking foi you aro wiso you now and save money Wo offer quarts at GOe Half gallon Jars at 80c Rubbers at 4c Dozen ceries Will Appreciat it Will Save You Money Powders G Just worth 25c guaranteed cut 15c 500 Tooth Picks for 1l lZEHE2Za G Glasses Goblets Glassware for lie sell olswhero for 50c Nice lot Chamber Sets at Cost Queensware Cheap our Spittons worth 25c cut to 9c tEtitumzgiasjm MQSil iTITrnBHTii We are the Magnet that draws the crowd of people for Bargains Unsurpassed in the history of Hopkinsville Thanking you one and all for past favors Our Big Store will We cant begin to Come and be literally tell all crowded with Bargains XFot 10 J Wholesale and Retail Grocers see and save money iVCloscs June 15th DaysX C R CLARK Mgr Boy Grocer RUNYON or pitoiuuirroitfl EASTERN FORTUNE TELLERS In- ¬ They Claim to Give Much Valuable formation The fortune tellers of this country nro not in it with their contompora ries in tho far east ns may ho seen by tho following postcard advertise- ¬ ment just sent homo from India You could not get anything like this amount of information at tho same price in Bond street PIlICnnETURNED IF PnOVED FALSE A MIRACLEI The Daily KENDRCK i All The WORTH News National HEADING Kentuekian a sw iYf TSfi JTTX G entralTobaccoWar GlarksMUle Tennessee Wc Solicit the house Local gtate and WILL nE FOUND IN THE KENTUCKUN AND THE Patronage of All Who Have Tobacco To Sell AN EXTRAORDINARY LOCKET II A CJREAT WONDER Thl3 Locket a great Charm enables ua to hold an Interview with our dead relations or friends presents before our Bight tho Paat tho Present and the Future the ea- i creAfrrthniniaRO places Rama Krishna i Chrlf Aifjun Mohamed Prophet and tho f ylyld scenes of other Mahatmas gives us information of Heaven tho Court of inara Kylas and other mysterious places the ro sult of cases pending In Courts profit or loss In trade tho future rates of specula ¬ tions local and foreign morkot rates and Important news with olotrlo speedl Tho present lrolngs of friends at homo and out BtatldWcan bo dearly seonl Journey could bo iWae by Railway Steamer Bi- ¬ cycle or Tramway Communications Up-to-d- at about market rates tn England Africa America and other foreign countries can iu Vu iyiwhh ivi Winnie stiu ours own places Price of No 1 Its WNori JR I M U S NO 9 To 9 Tl Vat oca A annoa ConimuttlcatlonB to b mad only In Xng Q Urt Gujarat MuraW orNlntM Apply t yuL within a radius of 70 miles of Hopkinsville Is the only morning daily paper Dublishcd Cash Free Storage to Shippers Weekly Eimie r Rnte Advance Made on Consignments J C K13ND1UCK Salesman Wo hnvo nrrpuged u Clubbing oy wnicn wo can givt Bright Newsy and fir v M 1 Both Papers One Year for 225 Regular price for Both is 300 W w W G WlIEELETl n Faxon Wheeler Mills Tobacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants Co Grain Dealers n 4 Wo biivo you genorous pnrt of this sum Seud or bring your cnBh with order to tho KEN XTJOliX AIST IZopkiiiHvillcKy WANTED AN Fire Proof Warehouse Hopkinsville Liberal Advance on Oouaisnmfrnta con Russellville and - r btb itt i -- London Truth J Newsibv Wire Up to Hi sf a m Ky IDEAafSsaSfiS WaafalHgtoa All ToImgqo Ami us Covered by wi T f Inurnw CO latent Attorneys IlURt DO for tfeelr SWwfwi offer 1 qy w TvrTtyMiMiMriTviiVj y - PERSONAL GOSSIP THE TERMS OF PEACE Being Considered jtfort Giles of Howell was in the Already city yesterday Mr J C White of Julien way in at Washington i ir TJI W J if V 3r 1 T 42 I 1 plainly stated that the administra tis wmiirl onlv consider terms of peace on the conditions of the free ¬ dom of Cuba the permanent occu- ¬ pation of Porto Rico by the United States and holding of the Philip ¬ i pines until the future of that coun- ¬ be decided by thisgovcrn try shall city ment with the intimation that we Miss Lizzie Bowles of Casky is will also permanently hold it the guest of Judge Polk Canslers Very Few Were Present family Owinir to several - conflicting D L Grinter a leading business events of a social nature there were t man of Cadiz was in the city yes- - very few members of the late terday Latham Light Guards at the Arm- ¬ Capt W S Goodwin has returned ory last night to turn in their These suits sold early in the season for after a pleasant visit to Cerulean uniforms and equipments Capt Christian County Elopers Springs Feland thinks that he will be com- ¬ L E Adwell and Miss Willie up to Some are fine imported worsteds upon each member Mr and Mrs W AV Eddins of pelled to call a popular Pembroke Macrae property Fairview were in the city shopping individually and collect the some cheviots and some cassimers couple eloped to Clarksville Tues ¬ 3tf of the state yesterday and were joined in marriage day sJ1 by the Reverend G W Shelton of Messrs Ed Wilkins and Hayes HERE AND THERE Presbyterian Cumberland the Petree Jr of Fairview were in They drove church at Pembroke A11 the city yesterday An old man named Wilkins died through in a buggy and were ac- ¬ Mrs Carneal and Miss Mollie in the city yesterday afternoon A ISW THE AMES BUQQIES companied by Mr W R Couch and Cason of Casky were shopping in Grape bags for sale at the Ken Miss Effie Macrae a sister of the Et t yJr I if the city yesterday office bride and Mr J E France and tuckian The Ames Buggies made at Mr and Mrs B F Robinson of Si Duvall of Franklin county Miss Adie Macrae the brides cou- ¬ Owensboro Ky are today the best JSTorth Christian were in the city SV i sin As soon as this city was buggies for the money on the mar- ¬ WSf was kicked to death by a horse w shopping yesterday fV a license was secured and ket They have the style finish reached Fkmrf s a K SWk Eld J N Hall and Mott Ayres the ceremony performed The party Miss Hallie Hale of Mayfield is paper National left for their home about 4 oclock and draft over any buggy brought will move their to Hopkinsville 05 made in Hop- ¬ the guest of her brother Mr W S Baptist Flag from St Louis to that afternoon on South Main street Hale kinsville We will place them side a n r 4 r Fulton about July 1st by side with any buggy in this city of W H and Richard Shanklin they bothering M VD Are if so get one of Womens fleeting at Trenton even at higher prices and guarantee the Fairview vicinity were among IP IkD you them to out last out wear and out- ¬ III IMIIIIIMIHIHI f IHIIHHIIIHIIII BKt8MNnBBMA the visitors in the city yesterday The Russellville District meeting them PAPERS at COOPERS run anr so called high job sold in Brock Small of near Bardwcll of the Womens Parsonage and this city We have some low grade Mrs A G Boales and Master Home Mission Society- will be held went to was killed by lightning Gus and Mrs Lillie Layne buggies at a much cheaper price to day ¬ Fairview yesterday to visit relaPure country lard 7c per pound at Trenton women such as Delkerand others of similar Several distinguished tives at Brumfields connected with this society will be grade but we recommend the Ames Mrs John II Bell has returned Call and see our handsome suits in attendance Among ttem Mrs something we can guarantee If it from Dawson where she spent sev- ¬ of furniture at bottom prices of Louisvile Allen is a rubber tire job you want we PER YEAR eral weeks Her health is much Keach Co s Ninth street near L Burdett Our Home Mrs Mor- ¬ have them Give us a call Mrs Editor of improved N depot Co J B Foley ton of Hopkinsville Prof and Mrs 108 Main St Hopkinsville Ky Mr Roger Harrison and sister Attorney W J Cox of Greenville Lewis of London Ky and others W K Piner of HopkinsviHeYt will Miss Kate left yesterday for Rich- ¬ has moved to Madison ville mond Va wheu fhey will spend Nice Jersey cow totradefor buggy deliver an address to night S the summer Mrs G W Lyon Cow gives two and a half gallons District Secy Squire W B Brewer of Fair milk per day Apply to Keach s In Every County to Supply tlio Ninth street near Groat Popular Demand tor mer- ¬ furniture store view former journalist and Married m Clarksville chant mingled with Hopkinsville L N depot AMERICAS WAR FOR HUMANITY fc friends yesterday Mr H Bohnger a prominent Homer Taylor who killed Posey Told In Picture -I h N Miss Lula Mason of Springfield Ball in Henderson county is in jail young citizen of PembroUeyand 9 9 And Story Miss Settle of Missouri yvhphas Miss Clara Mason of in default of an 8000 bond Tenn and Compiled and Wrlttpn by been visiting relatives at Pembroke Adairville ai e guests of Mr and Tickets for the South Kentucky SENATOR JOHN G INGALLS eloped to Clarksville yesterday and Mrs Lucien Davis College commencement exercises at OF KANSAS They were united in marriage the Opera House Thursday night To the ¬ Alonzo Linder a prominent to The most brilliuntly written moBt left on the acoommodationjin the are now on sale at Galbreath bacco man of Slaughtersville Web ¬ morning and returnedito Pembroke profusely illustrated and most in tensely popular book on tho Btibject ster county is attending the sales Ennis on the same train at night JN early ot war wiln bpaiu Aluminum Tabic in the city this week For we will fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man W a r c the finest 200 Superb Illustrations Commencement To Night Mrs M E Rodgers leaves this thing out FREE at COOPERS Now is the time for action as it is daily being proven morning for Henderson where she The indications are thatthere from photographs taken specially for survives Sunday afternoon young Caswell will make her future home with her be a very large audienceat the this great work Agents aro mnking that to the victor belongs the spoils Bayens was drowned in the Ohio will S50 to 100 a week selling it A vor to son Col A D Rodgers Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure river near Smithland He was in Tabernacle this evening witness itablo bonanza for live canvassers commencement exercises pf the Mrs Joseph Beazley of Lafayette bathing with a party of friends and the Apply for description terms and terthe spoils In as much aswe furnish them with by far the best and daughter Mrs J E Kiser of went far out in the river when he public schools The sale bfjsiseats ritory at onco to Rutherford Tenn spent yesterday was seized with cramps and went at Elgins began yesterdayand the goods for the money hy H D Thompson PubllsliiDg Co points to a crowded with relatives in the city down to death before his compan ¬ advance sale St Louis Mo or New York City The body house Mr T L Metcalfe is at Fort ions could reach him Smith Ark completing the final was recovered after several hours arrangements for the opening of his search and buried yesterday large laundry plant there Tomatoes Beans Peas Squash Beets Kohl Rabi etc received The Columbia Chainless Miss Annie Banks a popular Allensville belle passed through daily at Broomlields morket the city yesterday enroute to Cadiz R P Roper who has served where she will visit friends The Herald as foreman for the past Is still our motto and we maintain the fight against all competi Mr W C Bell the popular two years has resigned his posi ¬ traveling man dropped in yester ¬ tion and left Sunday for his home A steady bombardment has effected some of our out ports tion day after a successful trip through in Hopkinsville where he will be but has left some of our main lines in tact and we are still for- ¬ connected with the Daily Ken the northern portion of the State m Mr Roper made the tified with big lots of Mr W A Wilgus has returned tuckian a valuable man while he from Sherman Texas where he Herald spent several days visiting his was with us and made many friends here He is an excellent young brother-in-laMr Robt Cook gentleman and will serve his new Mr and Mrs J II Anderson and employer well- - Sebrec Herald little daughter Margaret returned R E Cunningham is wanted at on the 513 p ni train yesterday Bowling Green for an alleged at ¬ after a pleasant visit to Mr- Ander ¬ tempt to outrage Miss Emma Dodd sons parents at Owensboro They were driving and it is charg- ¬ Is a Grand Success ed that Cunningham first tried per ¬ A Painful Accident suasion Failing in this he drew Leader shoes for ladies at f50 pair Miss Mollie Martin the popular a revolver the story goes and tried nnd tho only clmiulosB that has given succoss and has proven It Co met by threats to succeed The young saleslady with Bassett 80U bo We have thorn on exhibition w well uh a nurabor of Co Elegant silk vesting top shoes for ladies at 200 pair f lumbia mnko of chain whoels from 25 to 75 with quite a painful accident yester ¬ lady jumped from the buggy and Wo carry tho boat nworttnuut of Uicycle 3uniirios nnd Ho day While attempting to adjust ran to a neighboring Iioubc where OP Yours for peace or war and always for trade pairing cf all kinds Wdo all kinds of export repairing all work M one of the electric fans with which she procured a conveyance to bring 9 promptly done Wo arohwdquartprs for Gas Bicycle Inmp Hi the store is provided the middle her to the city Cunningham took ami Carblte Give U8 call Yours to ploaso linger of her right hand came in leg bail and is yet at large He contact with the rapidly revolving Was an employe of the Louisville E M- Nashville Railroad Company fan T cutting and larceVating the t iit Grf atindfnpioq preynuB mbr wmeiy P II the city yesterday Mr Will Stroube of HoweJlj was in the city yesterday jj1 M Powell of Princeton is registered at the Phoenix Balnbridgc y Squire J J Cox of was in the city yesterday CmUs Osey Fritz of Antoich spent yesterday in the city Miss Bculah Edwards of Gaslcy spent yesterday in the city Co Mr J B Foley of Foley Owensboro on business js in L N Wilcoxon of Melbourne Ky spent yesterday in the city Mrs B B Nance of Ncwstead vns shopping in the city yesterday Mr and Mrs W H Jesup of fairview spent yesterday in the 8 There June Washington been intimations to theState have Department from representatives of the Powers outside of Spain looking towards negotiations for peace While they have been of course unofficial they are known to be with the view of trying to ascertain what conditions the government would demand if Spain sued for neace Anowora to the enquiries have been given in the same spiritin which they have been made and it was Harrison Ow HofeMi I consid ¬ Chicago Ills June 8 er the American navy ship for Bhip gun for gun and man for i nan unequaled by any navy in the world to day says farmer P resi ¬ The courage and dent Harrison daring of ourmen thepers6m id of the officers of our ships the gun nery the nerve and spirit man ifest- oiler to l the world Jfcd in all done the spectacle of a navy Of which there is no superior1 The act of Lieutenant Hobson he said hits few if any parallels At in the history of the world the act of Commodore Dew ¬ Manila ey was brave but he entered a hostile harbor able to give shot for shot to beat down hjs assailants to triumph by the force of his own arms Lieutenant Hobson and his heroic Crew not only went with the Merrimac into the range ot an awful fire unable to reply but the interior of their own vessel was loaded with torpedoes for her de- ¬ struction at the proper time They went in unable to fire one gun at the enemy and prepared to destroy the very deck under their feet We search the pages of history in vain to find some act of heroism for our country and flag that approaches this A PLASH IN THE PAN Foiled A Double Elopement at Lexington Lexington Ky June 8 rA nicely planncil double elopeuicntwith two liaiVdtfOjne and highly connected young girls at Richmond and two young gentlemen of- Louisville as the actors was foiled by he Lex ¬ ington Police Department lasteven ing and the result was the two young girls spent several hours as semi prisoners at the station house aWaiting the arrival of their fond - DO You want to ftiy a boys Clothing Bargain 9 h Then come to our store Morrow Morning father Monday Benjamin Armstrong andiiBenjaniin Way of Louisville went to Richmond and planned a double elopement to Cihcinnnati with Misses Grace and Ruth Tay- ¬ lor daughters of Hon John Taylor for 26 years Postmaster of Rich mond Their strategy was appar ¬ ently well founded but it was knocked away They chose a cir- ¬ cuitous route and at Richmond easily slipped the watchful par- ¬ ent At Nicholasyille they duck ¬ ed the police officers who had been notified to intercept them Lexing- ¬ ton was also notified and two patrolmen sent down the road to put a stop to cupuls affair They did it When the train arrived here the two couples were quietly taken to the station The would be grooms departed quietly and the pretty girls waited for the coming of their father The girls declared that while they were foiled this time tne next attempt would be a success as early as youcaiii aiiid talte pick of 100 all Wool plaiti and fancy cassimer and worsted stilts sizes 13 to 18 years for H 400 750 in all it is thelbest 33ai 2ain ever offer ed in Boys Suite v V- - yjpDv4i mM I1MIII III k nlJ - wft II nf MjZ III fa - Th Daily Kenluckism 400 Nail the r If Mast GOLD ¬ KlBlftlftlSSSBlIlll NO SURR ENDER w - WEARRESISTER SHOES 4- FOR MEN AT - - 200r PAIR ¬ a i - vw Tt r 1IUU n 2WLJ fitter 5foiMuj wwJTTnirfiimiiMiMi wiA-i-- Aii Biiiiittiiiiii v txi i MOSS CO t mW r 1 u- r in AfAjMiAdkjiZdA -1 - mmm