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V J u tfr -- ty Ifr ri V 4 iVm P 0 36 Vt rf Jie Daily jJvEntuchimt HOPKINSVILLE KY FRIDAY MORNING- f ft f VOL 1 9 JUNE 10 1898 KILLED A RATTLESNAKE PEIOE 2 CENTS IN SPECIAL SESSION BRAN DANCE AT GRACEY Delightful Evening at Hospitable Home of Squire H B Much Busiiiess Transacted by Clark the Fiscal Court Dullh and Dillman Allowed 125 Each No Action Taken in N OCT rLJtwC 1 CT Of Spanish Vessels Said SUIT FOR 20008 r u the Turnpike Matter mt r met iiRcai cuuiuil mJ in 1 - KPj rnf iliiR V- IT av4i tv bW ei h y ISf session yesterday morning- pursu ant to a call of the county judge The object of the session was to j r f i consider the question of appropri- ¬ aw we ating money from the fund of the T county for the construction of a turnpike road from the city of Hop- Preparing Ignore Our Blockade arid Sneak coal mines kinsville to the Davis a The members were soon satisfied Into Harbor that they had no legal right to make KENTUCKY CROP REPORT such an appropriation without a petition signed by twenty per cent Condition of the Mowing Wheat Crops June 1 1898 Key West June 9 Special of the legal voters of the county Aspantsh fleet has been sighted north of Cuba and naval officers are excitedover the news as 27000 soldiers calling for an election to decide the Replies were received this month are now on the sea in transports liable to attack with but little protec matter 154 correspondents represent tion A fleet may be sent to Investigate Having reached this conclusion from It is thought the ships are ing 104 counties the magis- ¬ either the advance guard of the CadijTsquadron or a portion of Cerveras after some discussion Wheat squadron that did not go to SantiagovThe Spanish fleet consists of one addressed themselves to trates For the benefit of the farmers of first class cruiser two second class cruisers and several torpedo boats other matters Kentucky and others interested a County Clerk John P Prowse and brief review of the condition of the Marcellus Brown were allowed 30 wheat crop in the principal wheat He Dead each for balancing and correcting growing State is presented To He Denies compiled by the va- ¬ use the data the assessors books woulddelay this On motion of Squire Long the rious State bureaus Capt Philip Reports Himself Alive report longer than is desirable and order appropriating 2500 each for statements here made are based up- ¬ Washington D C June 9 Special The Naval Department has road work in the northern and on information containing in the U southern sections of the county S Climate and Crop Service for received a dispatch from Capt Philip of the Texas reported killed last was made payable out of funds on those States He says he is alive and well Monday hand instead of dut of the levy for Jn the States of Ohio Indiana ¬ Michigan and Illinois every indi1898 as the original order provided cation points to a full crop on an Manilla Has CapitulatedIt was ordered that the road average acreage No damage graders cease operations after Oct whatever is reported in these States Capital of the Philippines Falls This was with the exception of injury from 1 until further orders done that the roads may have time local ram and wind in the State of London June 9 Special A report from Hong Kong says the city Illinois In Iowa the crop of winter to settle and become beaten wheat has attained a very rank of Manila has fallen into the hands ol Gen Aguinaldo the rebel leader The Cumberland Telephone and growth and apprehension that the Telegraph Company was allowed crop will fall or badly lodge isWelt who has been co operating with Dewey the right to erect poles and string The rain fall has been excessive wires on public roads from Pem- ¬ andcrop suffered from overflow and broke to Elmo and from Hopkins storms and is in danger of being at-¬ Wild Rnmor About Rodriguez ville to Lafayette by rust The spring wheat was tacked attorney county The Reported Killed With All His Men crop of Iowa is very promising at appointed by the court to settle with this stage Ihe late sheriff and report to the In Nebraska Kansas and Mis- ¬ Mobile Ala June 9 Special 11 reported here that Gen Rodri- ¬ fiscal court at its October term souri the crop is very rank in On motion of T H Major it growth and promises a full yield guez rnd all the members of lus expedition which left here a fortnight was ordered that 125 each be paid The presence of chinch bugs is to J M Dulin and J H Dillman noted in these States but no dam ¬ ago were killed in an attempt to land near Santiago former supervisors of roads for the age had so far resulted Spring county for their services from Jan wheat in Nebraska starts with in- ¬ 1898 The order 15 to April l dications favorable for a large yield To Far off Philippines carried with it the proviso that and the acreage is largely in- ¬ Dulin and Dillman should accept creased Big Army Short of Ships the amount in full settlement of all In Kentucky the crop has im- ¬ j claims against Christian county for proved over the execellent condition services as such road supervisors shown on May 1st and now shows San Francisco Cal June 9 Special About12700 troops will go in and by said acceptance each shall an average condition for the State the next Manila expeditions Five mure transports are needed to move waive all claim to said offices of su- ¬ of 104 a gain of three points during pervisors for remainder of their May On June1 1897 the con- ¬ them terms of office dition was 93 on June 1 1896 the To the above motion Squire condition was 01 Parker offered a substitute to the The Central Section continues to Green Squad Ordered effect that the above mentioned show thehighest average condition sums be deducted from the salaries 107 as against 105 on May 1st Home Troops Have Work of K Major and J H Durham Correspondents report the crop un ¬ who were elected by the Republican fine heads good length and Col R T Jacobs newly organized Louisville June 9 Special fiscal court on Jan 4 This sub- - usually well filled In a number of counties military company has received orders to gotoClay County to protect the stitutc was debatii at length and north of a line drawn from was finally defeated the vote stand ¬ lying court during the Howard Baker feud murder trials The bloodiest clash in county to Rowan county ing 4 ayes and 4 nays and being a Franklin deficient dur- ¬ the history of the state is feared tie was defeated by the vote of judge the rainfall has heed counties the Cansler Squire Helsley voted with ing May and in these to show the effects crop is begining the three Democratic justices Spain An early harvest is in- ¬ More Trouble of drouth The vote then came up on the i original motion of Squire Major and dicated In the Western Section the con ¬ resulted in the passage of the mo ¬ An English Consul Sent Home dition averages 102 a gain ol one 5 to 3 tion by rain- SpWal The effect of this decidedlv nar- - pointfduring May Here the Walter Bctl Sccre- St Thoman West Indies June 9 through- ¬ falls have been excessive Wil action of the Republican out May and reports of rust on tary of the British onHuMeJat San Juan Jtorlo Rico is reported to members is to take from the pockets blades and damage otherwise Irom have been given his pasf ports and expelled the Spanish suspected Ul me taxpayers of the county W50 In other words they have piad excessive moisturp are not infre ¬ He of having furnished plans of the harbor miners Jo the Americans Dulin anamillman 9250 for nctial quent In Christian county the crop Some was previously imprisoned fifty six hours iu services repeVed Dand made Dur ¬ is reported badly rusted fv ham and Manrcsent of a sim ¬ fiy is noted in Larue county vp rf In the Sdutheastern Section the ilar amount condition 111 those counties where Messrs Dulin and Dillman agried Ordered To Move Out Wheat is grown averages 103 a to tfie provisions of the order gain is several points during May Xhe county jud was ordered to Canada The Spanish Spies Must settle an account with of riarriage Licenses the lnt Jphn Moayon fpi tlh rnf ftf LicensVs to wed wen Issued to tK armory from AprU 1 o jw Word has been received here from Ottawa Monacal Que June two eqloiT 1 couples yesterday that ajnenwnger has IfcftihQre wlUvthft notice of expulsion from Canada The justice tfieii allowud - then They wrUTGray Itork hd i ttclvUllenrliftnkt A UakeriJ W and CortfiMan- nt17 The young people of the Gracey neighborhood were entertained at the residence of Squire H B Clark last night with a bran dance All of the society people of that vicinity were present and a more delightful gathering under happier auspices has not been known in years An excellent orchestra discours- ¬ ed sweet music Not the least in- ¬ teresting feature of the evening was the elegant supper Mr and Mrs C R Clark and Mr John J Reed were among those who at- ¬ tended from this cityj to Be Hovering About Iteuia jr the ri to N That Is - Merritts OutState at It Was Four Feet Long and Had Ten Buttons Found Near Widow of Carey Wallace Sues Qracey L N For This Sum Mr Robert Cox a promiennt citi ¬ zen of the Gracey vicinity while at work in a clover field near his She Claims That His Death Was house yesterday came opon a huge Due to Negligence and Care- ¬ rattlesnake lessness of Agents Mr Cox quickly dispatched the dangerous serpent and upon meas ¬ urement it was found to be four feet It is not often that a suit ot im- ¬ long There were buttons upon his portance is filed in the circuit court tail indicating that it had been during a term Yesterday was an crawling and creeping about this exception however earth for a decade The snake is Louisville and Nashville the largest of its species every re- ¬ The company was made de- ¬ ported to have been killed in this railroad fendant to an action for 20000 in county damages The plaintiff isLucinda Wallace widow and executrix of EPIDEMIC OF WEDDINGS the late Carey Wallace the aged Three More Couples Hie Them- - colored man who was killed near the quarry several weeks ago selves to Clarksville The petition after reciting the ¬ facts that she was appointed execu- ¬ In addition to three or four elopements already reported in the trix by order ef the court and duly KENTUCKiANthis weekthe following qualified sets up the death of Carey matrimonial items have been gath- ¬ Wallace and charges it to the neg- ¬ ligence of the defendant corporation ered up for today The Clarksville Times has this The petition alleges that the de- ¬ There was a double wedding of ceased was employed in getting out Kentucky elopers at the Arlington and beating rock ballast at a quar- ¬ Hotel at 930 oclock last nightRev ry owned by the defendant On the G W Shelton performing the cere- ¬ day of his death as she avers there mony The parties were Mr Rob- ¬ came a heavy rain and wind storm ert Ewing and Miss Idf Ilite and and the defendant took shelter Mr Charles Oglesby and Miss under one of the empty cars which Hettie Oglesby all of Madison ville The Cadiz Telephone tells of this stood on the spur extending from the Main line to the quarry This one Mr John Fort and Miss Eula she says was often done by the em- ¬ Minton who lives about three miles ployees at the quarry with the north of town eloped to Springfield knowledge and consent of the de ¬ Tenn last Saturday night where fendants agents they were married Sunday They While sheltered under the car went by the way of Hopkinsville and were accompanied by Mr Jo the petition continues a train of cars was pushed in upon the spur Fort and Miss Flora Adams The youthfulness of both was the and driven with such force and only objection on the part of their violence against the car under parents the groom being twenty which deceased had taken shelter and the bride only fifteen They returned to the home of the as to run over him mangle crush bride Sunday afternoon when they and kill him were of course forgiven They PlaintiiF says that the agents will reside with the parents of the and employees of the defendant groom knew or could have known of the Mr Jo Hoy Hopson of Canton perilous position of the deceased and Miss Garvie Rawlins of Cadiz and that they blew no whistle and were married Wednesday the 8th inst at the Baptist church in Ca- ¬ made no signal to warn him of his diz Rev I N Strother officiating danger Therefore she thinks that They will live at the grooms splen ¬ he iss entitled to 20000 by reason did country home near Canton of defendants negligence and Colored Camp Meeting carelessness The colored people are holding a A Youthful Thief camp meeting near the Little Wal ¬ on the nut Grove Baptist church Cleveland Hawkins a colored boy Clarksville pike The meetings be ¬ thirteen years ot age was arrested gan last night and will continue by Chief Armstrong yesterday ten days Rev B J Garrott is afternoon on a warrant sworn out The by O P Nolen charging him with conducting the meetings camp grounds are pleasantly ar- ¬ pilfering articles of merchandise ranged The proceeds of the meet ¬ from the latters store on West ing after the expenses are paid Seventh street The boy spent will be turned over to the Little last night in the lockup and will be Walnut Grove Baptist church tried this morning m -- Sunk While Trying to Enter Santiago Harbor l for X m y 1 5 r I wmmpW n - w- - i izz t rrit---it- m thtnU teave TORPEDO BOAT DESTROYER TERROR I The Terror of th Spanish navy is n enmll yoswl while the Terror of United Statofl navy i one of the vary largo oniffc She belongs to that from yhloli wuoh is expooted in case of liqtilUi8 bat of which Utile is known positively--t- he boat destroytir J She Is of 400 tous displaoeBWil ownep we usual putau tfjatx pxm gwu fuuuwjwwi worn ami hmiww vj vu in w m jwviw jw avrwy i luau in vamifv ku vtouihbhum tiHp u j 1 r tenants iw I - vr n 1 WTrj1wrjn c t V Ji w fls l JBjjyi ax1 iiiim a aP a c MWla Ml U - - v j -- rj j nn i iff jj XEbe 2ail ftentucfeian Delivered by carriers to all Hopkins ville Tobacco rinrkfct Heportcrtby II Kfiflloton of GHtntatlngs mow on Co Incorporatca EtfKlotim by Publ shed ovevy morning except Monday OKAS M WtEAOnAM 312 El Main partial thS 10 CENTS rEKWMJC v cltiK at laVjlerbfidPnlnrin V ii J 10 v Jour tolmcco iuil unmtloroi HUE LAST ROUND fc 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Month LJ 85 Per W eek it The president has macic anou i long list of war nominations from Two brig adicrcgcnoral8 down second lieu- Texas meiv are made M of invasion is at last on the water and expects to occupy Cuba not later than Sunday mnnv false starts and num- armyj nrniiR fstke renorts the Cuban rtot- - i The precinct Conventions to select Congressional delegates will be held two weeks from to morrow and Henry Allen is still on the shady side of Easy street ¬ i i 4 The last cable lias been cut and Blanco andCervera are not only inkimra turn at being reeoncen- p m trados but arc at the same time The representation of theseveral incommunicados counties in said District convention shall be as follows Christian 16 ¬ The officials who needlessly delay Daviess 25 Hancock 5 Henderson ed the jnvasion of Cuba from Feb ¬ 17 McLean 7 Union ruary to June ought to be forced to 20 Hopkins 12 Necessary to a 16 Webster accompany the army and assist in to be choice 59 and a fraction digging every trench that has Chas M Meacham made in the summer sun of a tropi- ¬ Chairman W O Haynes cal climate Secretary Santiago will fall within a day DAILY MARKET REPORT after the American troops arrive which will be within the next three Corrected Dally Hy Hen lltiwllns Hanker ituil Uroltcr IIopkliiHvlllo Ky days The war is drawing to a close Since the bonds were issued Ctilcngo Market there is no longer any excuse to Opg Hifft Closing prolong it 1 02 Cash Wheat 31 The Courier Journal takes occa- ¬ Cash Coan 87 89 89 sion to rejoice over the fact that July Wheat 75 gone Republican Sept Wheat 77 77X Oregon has Journal is July Corn although the Courier 32tf 32i 32H 33 33 33 advertising the fact that it is a Sept Corn 23 But perhaps July Oats 23 Democratic paper 23X upon a big paper like Mr Watter- - July Pork 10 32 10 50 10 20 6 05 6 05 sons the editor does not write the July Lard 5 95 5 77 5 77 5 65 advertisements July Ribs k and all he Bryan electors in 18 desire to come into the persons who regular Democratic organisation arid who will agree to support the nominee of the convention and all persons who arc not 21 years of age but who will be entitled to vote at the November election 1898 and who will agree to support the nomi- ¬ nee of the convention herein called shall be entitled to vote in said pre ¬ cinct convention The delegates chosen at said pre- ¬ cinct conventions on June 25t shall meet in county conventions at their respective county seats at 2 oclock p m Monday June 27 1898 and appoint delegates to a District Con- ¬ vention herein called to assemble in the city of Henderson on Wednes day June 29 1898 at 1 oclock ¬ June 81898 The offerings this week us a wholeiVere not xd giod as the previous week The market Ayas strong ojj all good to fine leaf IligheM price this week way Joe At tiiiies the market showed a little irregular but prices as avtiBle were steady - The offerings this week were not so large Receipts are falling off very rapidly fflicnca the sales will not be so largjairom now on Tlie immense stock of clothing shoos and furnisliintf goods is fast disappearing at the Mammoth Clothing ifcSUoctOos store Yet we hslve some elegant goods to icrifico Here are a few things that are attracting attention Bargains that are v T leavirfgTOr house 6very day v i fS8 1iUB t f briggiin Under8liirteflold all over towji ntdOc J- Our Prfco - -n Monarch Colored Siiirls wtthfi SLGO Our Price 9Ffn t 1 3 QQ 1 f Mons Heavy Cheviot Work Shirts J OurPricQ -- sljowers on the 6th inst whiqlr allowed the farmers in the faydred section to replant and finishplant- ing There has been a good busi ¬ ness done in private sales in old lugs of big lots at fair prices j Hence the stock of old lugafisvry mUch reduced There is but very little comparatively of old stock on the market and by the end of the season the warehouses will be able to start the new year with a clean sheet ¬ There were somcflcal Mens Fancy Colored Shirh soft nntl Negligee la bold nt 50c - AQij OKn vuu ftFjp a vith and without collars lituhdriod worth 50o ScrivonH Elastic Drawers sold at SI 00 Our Price sold nt SI 00 Our Prico Childreus Shoes and Slippers sold at 125 Our ChiklreiiH Shoos and slippers Prico- k RQn ftKo fl aw ChildreuB Shoes ami Slippors sold at 150 Our 7Rn Iv vo 1 Prico Ladies 150 Kid Shoes luco and button all toes QQp aud skids Our Prico Lilly Brackott Cos 5 00 Mens Shoes Our jQ KQ Our Leading BrandB of 3 00 Shoes all styloi Our Prico O Jly - 9 PL WEEKLY nCPOHT it t 3G0 Rfecoipts for week year year Offerings wcok Rejections QUOTATIONS Sales week 6790 T 500 4868 690 V 199 S hhds hhds J V CLOTHING we have made tKe same extra BARGAINS Our 450 500 and 600 lines at B00 Our 350 and 400 lines at 200 Mens jrooasxiniproportion It you want tne best ana ctienpescsiiityouever bought callw l at once as this sacrifice cannot hold on always in 3n 0ll childrens - mvHl---OP hJ I KJXKJ VJLlXLlf 11 - - M JB M Low Common lugs Mediumluga Good lugs Fine Low leaf Common leaf Medium leaf Good leaf Pino Leaf Selections lues 2 2 50M 3 00 4 50 5 G0 5 00 6 50 00S 2 B0 d 50 5 no 6 50 6 50 7 50 8 50 11 50 U G0 10 50 14 00 16 50 ¬ None offered Sales by Hanbery Shryei Wednesday June 8th 20 hogsheads as follows MAMMOTH SHOE OO Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS - tt t Ten hogsheads good leaf 11 00 10 25 9 00 8 00 7 30 7 50 6 60 6 00 6 10 6 50 00 Six hogsheads common leaf 5 70 4 49 4 00 4 50 4 00 n Four hog sheads lTgs 2 70 flV70 1 752 70 iSales bv Gaither 13 10 9H Wes JmjmBB- fclsofMo J I 4 TtM i Im Wv Gen 4 1 t 1 f Aguinaldo the youthful OpS leader of the Philippine patriots Aug Cotton 6 40 seems to be a man of genius and 1 09 nc wnll ns 1 SUCCeSsflll Am Tob Chicago Gas 1 01 leader He is making a victorious C B 1 04 Q campaign around Manila and in 55 N L spite of the semi savage character Manhattan 1 043 Jofhis followers is conducting the Sugar 1 40 according to civilized i warfare 25 Coal Iron methods I Now Vork Stocks nntt Cotton Iligt 6 49 lihds as follows Hhds Common 49 11 02 04 55 04 32 I Closing lugs andsjtralh SI 50 to 2 50 Z DV lO O Hhds medium to good4lugs - mt The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Hmvers wiranT --m - rl If V I 03 1 04 55 1042 1 40 25 tiv 30 Hhds common to medium leafi 5 00 to 9 00 leaf 17 Hhds medium to goo 1 S9 00 to 12 00 W THE PUBLIC departments A v jraiiam Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods Notions ftig etc before making their purchase Everything new and up-to-date Cloth- - in all 25 Puts 73Calls 76on Sep Wheat 26000 10000 Market not so active and strong as last week Now Ready for Boarders I ii feV t Wheat is still declining and will soon be down to about 75 cents for July wheat in which the farmer is In view of the most interested fact that the price went as high as 185 when he had no wheat to sell this is calculated to fill the grower of grain with a feeling of disgust at the way he is forced to be the victim of the same skin game year after year CONVENTION CALLED Chicago Itecclpts To duy Hojrs Cattle Kutlinntuil Kecelpts Head To morrow Wheat Corn Oats Hogs Hog Miirkct 28 Cars 775 Cars 210 Cars 26000 Head 26000 12000 410 415 405 420 Hogs To day Hogs To morrow Light Mixed To Tleet In Henderson Wednesday Rough Heavy Totnl Clearances All June 29 1898 lorts 437000 Wheat and Flour Exp 621000 bus Corn m m At tlie meeting df the Democratic District Committee of the Second Hopkinsville Produce flarket Congressional district of Kentucky Caeh prices paid by Hopkinsvillo held at Hopkinsville April 19 1898 merchants at the office of the Chairman Chas Bacon M Meacham all of the committee Hams Country 8llc being present in person or by Shoulders 5i8Jc is- ¬ proxy the following call was Sides 081e sued Lard 7Jc Official Call Country Produco Mrs J F Wells beautiful brick residence on West Seventh street has been completed and Mrs Wellsl has opened a boarding house for the accommodation of the public First class board furnished by the day week or month Transient business also solicited This new building is large airy and convient- ly located and has all modern im- provements including electric and cold baths etc lights hot Fare the best and rates very rea- ¬ sonable Parties desiring a pleas- ¬ ant place to board would do well to ring 187 or call on Mrs Wells for terms and full particulars SEE Our are uDandies mvade tedy-To-ffe- ar i i Suits TH E BEST CLOTH Piey f by the best tailors and from IN SHOES we 4 be the rmni Best AHtlie Latest Styles YOU GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE REMEMBER 4 THE PLACE mimrfiiiM Next Door to Hardwicks m 11 Us The Present Crisis The Daily AGENTS WANTKD THE POST DISPATCH Is the Only In Every County to Supply the Grent Popular Demand for si louis rawer AMERICAS WAR txj Kentuekian M m w yts It is hereby ordered that on the 25th day of June 1898 at 2 oclock p m standard time there shall be held at each voting pre1 Butter Eggs New foathors Beeswax Tallow Ginsoug per lb ¬ W i id cinct of the Second Congressional district at the usual voting place a precinct convention for the purpose of appointing delegates to a county which will in turn convention appoint delegates t9 a District con- ¬ vention called to nominate a Dem- ¬ ocratic candidate for Congress 2 Each precinct shall be allow ¬ ed one delegate vofc for each 50 votes and fraction over 25 cast for the Bryan electors in 1896 pro ¬ vided that each precinct shall have at least one delegate vote 3 The delegated vptea of the county shall be prorated or di ¬ vided la suqh a manner as to express the will of the voters as shown by their voles in the precinct O he representation of V conventions the several counties is hereby fixed upon the basis of one delegate vote fop each 200 votes and fraction over 100 votes cast for Bryan electors ih Iloney Tub waahed wool Greatiod Burry wool With Its Own Staff Correspondents at all Points of Interest V Told In Picture At Eavana- Mr SvlveBtor Scovol a Aud Story At Madrid Compiled and Written by Mr A E Houghtou At Washington 1620o SENATOR JOHN G INGALLS Mr Stephon Bonsai OF KANSAS tsfi 10c The most brilliantly written mo8t frAt New York -S082c profusely illustrated and moat in j Mr Morton Watkins 2022c tensely popular book on the subject 8c o war with Spain Nearly THE NEWS QP TUE DAY IN 2225 DISPATCH J THE POST 200 Superb Illustrations FOR HUMANITY ¬ f a m Js the only morning daily papers published within a radius of 70 miles of Hopkinsville Bright Newsy and News bv Wire Up to 2 a m i 10c 2880c 1820o 10Mo Poultry Y chickens hvo per lb W 4 -- AH person Vflio supjporte Roosters N D Thompson Publishing Co 2Jc 60 Turkeys por lb St Louis Mo or Now York City do Ducks Graiu JN will soil rouud Tho L trip Clovor pbr bimhel 18 iicicets 10 juioxvmo j onn at quo OatB homo grown por bu 8ri88o fare Juno 13th to 17 th limited to 85c Juno 27th also Juno 20th and 21st Corn 95o limited toJulylth account Southern Wheat Biblical Assembly Live Btock J M Adams Agt Hogs 33G0 Shoopt 2X0850 The L N will sell round trip A 2go i tickets to Chattauoogn Tonn ut Crtttio Ii 45 for train No 91 leaviug liopklns Calves 3G01 villa at 1110 PM Juno 4th limjted to Juno 7thaccouut Military Encamp Hides and Furs mont Train will eon neU with ipo Grasu hides fi7o ciul nt Nashville arrlriiIJ t Chatta ¬ i Green suited hides M8o nooga 7 AM JMioAM Agt- t 5J6c from photographs taken specially for IB eonts a week sovon dayB if do- - Up-to-da- te liverod by agent 60 couts a month this grout work Agents aro making if sent by mail S50 to 100 a week soiling it A veritable bonanza for livo canvassers Apply for description terms and territory at onco to fi ¬ Al 0 merely nominal prico tho Npw York Lcdgorb muUiiKonoof tho moat renmrkalilo UnmorirolTersot Miohohbou TUoy aro bhikIIiij outnn lmmcnso number of onmoras to all imrta of tho UnltciUtateg It U In lonllty but tlio Camera with oomploto outfit or plio toKniphtiiK and davolopinft Sond to duy ior full particulars rcKardliiK thlB rumai rublo of for as It iHoxtrumuly limited Tliu JamoinlB thoroughly hlch khkIo ami first nlnsa In avory tcspeotilttod with all moilum ImprpvuinoutH and la guaranteed iiaioproscnted- - ddrumi fior OAMEItA DEPAlllMENT Fifty CerLts NEW YORK B4ml KE5DRCK RUNYON QV M ll PIIOVRItOUH THE LEDGER MEDQyit JIUIttlNO KiVCtXY Wc Solicit the Patronage G entral TobaGCQWarehouse GlarkiiU Tcnase6 M ff It r I oLAIWho - Haye Tobacco rjb Sell ii u 9 uUuw lUt ftlftwlaiued mt FrlntlUK Vreat Atr B fl V tt Should U1 h at one for pol al ur fllai vtoli w- -- riiiiiiin n Oaah Advai iini jjxciiv vYi VJUL rvmttioTiBienw vv m W v - J NW YurK Udtfor LtiJo Bui Kw York f v tfr o l IIIIIIIH t Ilill hU u Mattings Cheap SALE BEGINS FRIDAY jUINEIOth r L Geois Goods JUNE CLEARANCE SALE Necessity Knows no Law Read our Prices COME EARLY ft i Y IKAiHIil II llUIUVtl m A 111 AND GET PICK OF BARGAINS 111 Wc are Over- - w Ono stocked must unload That will do the work t FRIDAY SALE BEGINS JUNE IOth Black Silk Skirts 3 PER YARD Lawns great and styles i 5e PER YARD Heavy yard wide Per calos desirable stylos 10c valuea Scotch variety -- 10 C PER YARD 10 d Brown soft finished A3 4C PBR YARD ing 5 PER YARD Sea value PER YARD 8 1 00 lot of Linen Crash Skirts full width 4M 650 quality Black Silk Skirts yards wide Hr2r Boys Waists Puritan make pleat bosom and pleat back 75c quality Percale WaistB Fine Sheer Full yard wide Sheet soft finish 7o Sheotiugs Island cotton 3G iuch wide Curtain nica Soft quality stylosDress Ginghams Scrim regular price 15c Oiuje Sale Price 8c quality Qq 3wpfi men 8 1 00 Special Sales OF Heres a Feas t Our Sales Must Increase Even If Profits Suffer FOR Sill Skirts At Less than Cost AND-I THE Domestics and Mueus At prices Was At IQ Silk Buyers I Grandest It is our determination to pay jouIl bo alad AstonlshltlK Prices 10 yards Masonvillo Bleach Domes fKn tic 10 yards Hope KKp Bleach Domestic00 10 yds 10 d Papperel Bleach Sheet- - H fig quality pieces wuite nue Sheer India Linen 1g China Silks in all the most popular Bhades 30c 10 yardB 9 d Pepperel Q Bleach Sheet- - j DamaBk 60 in wide 40c quality Sale Fine Colored Table 29o Extra Heavy Feather Ticking 32 in 1fp wide 15c quality gandy CheckB signs Sale Price 15 pieces Toile Du Nord and A F C Zephyrs Ginghams Checks and Blocks Plaids 10c value June Sale Price 2b 15 pieces French Organdies Satiu Stripes 25c value June 1Ep IUU Sale Price 25 pieces French Or June tV ASn Sale Price quality Juno tRn BOl Greatest Sale on Record Furnishings WW to Make silk SkirtB MTfrJ 1000 heavy brocade Faille silk 7 A Ck P I Tv Skirts 1250 silk lined black brocade Faille PJp lnir TTc no Mens seamless Moire Velours Silks in evening Bhades and Brown Blacks and 1 Blues and Purple not to carry a single Spring suit over to next season With thatend in view we have decided to offer for wortu lUc June salo price Qn Mens seamless linff be Kll uu 2 IQp 8 5c elsewuoroat 5c Ladies Jersov ri blind Vests full sizes as sold i2c 7f antfecTeLn 59c ¬ beautiful designs S150 and 175 qual- - 110 itySale Price l l Black Silk Grena dine 2d in wide 1 pattern worth 1750 ¬ ¬ Plaids Checks and Striped Taffeta Silks 10 DAYS ONLY beautiful-de- June 19 B2b Sale Price quality 1 15c and 18c FR IDAY Be on hand for first picking as pre1 tern 13 95 Ready Made Sheets Hemmed 10 d Bleach AQ0 1Cn IriBh Linen Striped SuitingB 20c Crash ciualilv J u n elOl u w 2C Sale Price Grenadine Id yard pat Black Silk Brocaded 10dDnbleach ed fld Bleached 9 d Uribleach- ed 36xd2 45c 39c OC0 Cases Pillow 1fn IU0 24x81 Bolster Cases Couestoga B FTick ing extra heavy IKp OU 32 in wide J0 Shadow Printing tinted Ground 18o quality June Sale Ifln IUU Price Corded Plaid Wash Goods for Waists worth 12 Jc June O0 Sale Price French Percales and Madras Cloths 15c bualitios June Qlp 2 Sale Price Never Before In French Organdy pSS ¬ sl value 1500 11 9 J L4XJL -- RjjBf JL the best ones always go lirst ¬ Black Silk Grenadine 21 in wide Sale Pattern ld00valuo1f Krt vlU Price Choice of any Suit in the House For Choice of suits Choice of suits Black Figured Silk Grenadines do in wide RegularSlO value Juno Salo Price that were for- ¬ merly sold at that were for merly sold at Linings and Notions Best quality Glove 2150 18 2150 y Dress Goods Lace Curtain Offered as 25 Cheap- 00 00 IH1 tl Bf 18 Department 63c 3 Lnco Curtains yds long dO in wide heavy worth 75c CQn C Sale Price 89c Lace Curtains Net design dd ui wide 3 yds long worth 125 jOlsGwhere Sale QQa Price OIb 98c piecee double width Scotch Plaid Novelties bright col ors 12c values 71p Juno Sale Price 2U 10 pitces all wool Dreas Goods Striped Checked and Novelties 35c value June 1Qp ou Sale Price Black Brocade Mohair good styleB hand some quality 36 inches wide worth 85o per yard June Sale OAn ¬ ¬ fiuiBhed Cambric - Qlp 15 16 15 00 50 00 it price C n Mens fancy hem- stitched border Handkerchiefs worth 10c June sale C prico Ifip Mens fancy y0 bordered hem stitched Handkerchiefs worth 20c June Irtp aale prico Mens Balbrig fcOU gan Uunder wear ahirts anddrawB shirts furnished with French neck and Pearl buttons same as sold olsewhero at 35c OOp Juuo Bale price QPJp One lot of ex- tra good quality derby ribbed Egyptian cotton Underwer same aB sold elsewhere at 48c June sale QKn v1 price eu9 brown yv and bleached drilling Drawers made with reinforced seats and string or elastic bottoma worth 35c June sale OCn price ¬ Juno FTnan iimyM uuu -- Bale iruuu 3c aLsir8 9 00 Boys and Fgirls Nazareth Waists worth overvwhord 1fi 25c sale price r 25p QQn o7U Gent bleached J0 fine ¬ dies white foot Dcmiiiiiieii t seamless fast black Hose sold every- where at 15c at lul Ladies and Misses OJZrx Ladies French Shoes and Slippers t-Lisle Vesta fancy silk fronts taped Our stock is complete neck and sleevea sold at Special Prices everywhere at OC 50c sale price vb S100 Ladies colored Oxford Ties IQn Ladies fine lace at trimmed Swiss Handkerchiefs as sold Tan ox blood chocolate and vici kid made with elsewhere at 25c IHp corduroy cloth and June sale price greuadine top9 to match IQp Ladies cream needle and coin toes Balbriggan Hose worth 200 QQp seamleps double solo clearance price regular 15c value Iflp 100 Ladies dongola sale price spring heel ox- - 7Rn 10 dozen sample liuo Ul Ladies imported Hand ford Ties kerchiefs worth from Ladies kid oxford Ties 35u to 50c sale heel spriug worth price 100 clearance 7Ffi O p For childs sleeve sale price V less Vest worth 150 Mulberry QQn 10c but slightly soiled June sale Op Ladies kid oxford Ties price Iflp uu A pair of La 75c ¬ C3j a lingTaffettaCamb ou Best quality Brush Skirt Bindings 7p per yard 5 yard leugth 2 in - Yard wide Rust- Op This includes every 2150 20 1850 1650 and 1500 suit in the house in French worsted finest imported cheviot imported plain and fancy cassimcrs We can fit not only the easy-to-fman but the stout man the slim man and the extra size man w Bindings cloth per yard id t Velvetta 1Cn IOb Positively Choice of suits Mot- - a Single Suit Reserved Choice of suits that were for merly sold at Imitation hairlHp Jb rico Z Hooks aud Eyes On per card 9 in that were for merly sold at KiJfl 1 Lacb CurtainB 60 in wide regular Sl25 Blk Mohair Bayedaro Stripes pretty styles 50o 98c ¬ qualityJune Price---- -- per dozen Waeboues On A ol 5 00 6 50 7 50 10 Sale UC i ham Lace Heavy de loug signs 8J yds latest importation reg ular price250fc1 OO l OO Salo Prjco 198 Extra quality jotting 18c Price Best A m o 6 k eag Apron Gingham lip Juuo Sale Price 2W Silver Fleece Out Plaids ing Flannels aud Stripes 8o quality June Sale Kn ¬ 8o dozen Sale Price Pearl ButtonB worth June Cn b ym M 500 6 50 Drawers B V D cut fiuiBhed with Pearl but tons and suspeudor loops 50c value QQp June aale price QQn Gents fancy 1700 suits Under wear shirts and draw era to match finished with Bilk and Pearl buttons 150 quality June sale price A Cn Mens nobby Twu negligee Shiits fast colore in checks and stripes detached collars aud culTa Pearl buttons liuon bands worth 65c Juuo AVt rvJU salo price ¬ drill sale price Krippendorfa worth 150 make Qftp IQp iay Suits 75 50 pairs short sleeves knee lengthtaped neck 2o quality Salo QP Prico AUKm Ribbod Ladies Jersey Union Ladies lace and button fine kid Shoes regular 120 150 aud 200 Shoes hool and spriug heels coin toes 7Kp clearance price odds and ends IQp Blue Pink aud Cream Hose seamless 25c quality Sale 1Qn 1 Price tou and Lace White Tan aud Black worth 50 Juno Sale OK Price Childs Light 98c OCf tuu Infants Soft SoleShoesBut 19 One lot of boyB Tow linen Kuee Pauts 1QP IJ worth r5c at IQp Ladies IOU Sleeve ut short Silk taped neck aud sleeves J uue Sale 1 Q iOb Price Vesta 7 50 10 Corse ts Shirt WaistB all this seasons styles laun dered with detachable collar ¬ Muslin 19c CoverB Best Niclded Safety worth 10c Cp uu June Salo Price PinB 00 00 1 ¬ v Best Engliah Kn b Brass Pus Milward Neodles For a limited lot of Boys ana Young Mens suits former prices 6 50 750 and 1000 suits Only a few to select from 19 B 100 Coratta white and black and uur- - QQn siug Corsets 1 QO P D 250 CoreetB 50o Coraots Choice of W Remnants of Silks Changeable Taffeta Silks short lengths 1 to 3 yardB the 125 4c lot summer Cor- - IQp sots worth 35c at Choice of all our QOn lcb Vl 25 19 J4 Qff 25c worth 50c others 40 and 5c all go IQp in Juuo Salo for Coraot Bomo lcl Ouo lot IJoyB casHi 39 Mens White Unlaun dred Shirts 1000 Lin en Bosom Reinforced Back and Front N Y Mills and Iron Clad Body open front and back regular 50o value Juno Sale Price ¬ mere knee Pauts worth aye aale price Brass Trimmed Cur- tain Poles Sale IQn 0 V Price Dragon 500 yard An Spool Cotton Spool Cotton 200 yda 8 Spools for i40 quality Salo 298 f June 7 Fin IUU Price Clarks 0 N 10 uo T 00b fl Brussolls Netthoavy work 3 yds long White and Cream d 69c White Countor Panes full size and hemmed worth 98o June fiQp OifC Salo Prico 50 Corticollo Sowing Silk 100 yardB 8o 40 P D 200 150 vl0 VUHrO 1 check Shirts worth 25c aalo prico Boys cotton 19c 39c yards at 2 98 J Peerless Knit tmg Silk worth 20c 1A Juno Salo Prico l4 b nil RIIBB 1 31118 511118 Corset P D Corset tl piOO QQq OQ 39c Boys fancy bosom white elurt Bod- - QQa ies worth 50c a I JkJj EMBROIDERIES All half price WB 75c Cor- - Clearance Sale IS Main St Corner Eighth v It Ki Kr V VHk r BB r HlH MIm r tL H V kAib J V Pi f H ft iM rswl HOPKINSVILLE KY - r W r J rf 1 mmJ ht t JT k 1 rt ft J J- - i i j it-- 4 J 1 Colored Patient Dies fjjSfo Tennessee Troops 1 The First Regiment of tlifetMn- - Jo Porter a colored patient at tatcs the Western Asylum died yestei nessee Volunteers United Army passed through the city at day in the fifty third year of his an early hour this morning Pas- age Hfsiomo Was in Paducah School Wheels of Justice Moved Rkp senger coaches for their acebmino prior to hip confinement in the asy ¬ Presented to Public That Brings Down Mlv Vpcforilnv nahville lum a year ago The body was dation were taken to Graduates Last Night troops yjll go to shipped to Paducah yesterday rycteijduy The f The Business afternoon the Philipiines with the itbexp Several Important Commonwealth dttionl ti tnincd In Two Cases 111 Largc Audience Witnessed C4- Best Goods Fairest PriceV City Of MarriVFrnsier was finedVS500 n THE AMES BUaaiESft Cases Disposed Brilliant Entertainment at From any shejf counter prJ in the JSity Court yesterday for is vs Qeo Maddox breach of the peace and 100 for The Tabernacle table in the store we can conjf The Ames Buggies madd at using insulting language The today1 the best Owcnsboro Ivy are oucnecs were committed Tuesday vincc you of this The case of the city of Hopkihs buggies for the money on the mar ¬ night during a festival at Loviers Not since the institution iof the ville against George Maddox con- ¬ ket They have the style finish spring Frasier demanded a jury u i 4i Here Are av Few- - Examples V public scnooi sysiem i afternoon in the and draft over any buggy brought sumed the entire k nearly eighteen years ago Jias Circuit Court yesterday On the to Hopkinsville or made in Hop Grape bags for sale at the Ken will placethem side TUCKIAtf office there been an entertainment which night of November 25th Maddox a kinsville We a yad all wool fancy dress goods JiW by side with any buggy in this city reflected more credit upon its ad ¬ conductor on a north bound freight re ncy bothering IPT even at higher prices and guarantee a yard for a line of splenild hew novelties stylish mirable methods than the com ¬ train was arrested by policemen them to out last out wear and out- ¬ them PAPERS at COOPERS and good at the exercises mencement of the city charged with violating run any so called high job sold in Nice Jersey cow to tradefor buggy city We have some low grade Cow gives two and a half gallons tabernacle last night the ordinance relating to the block ¬ this Q Ladies jersey ribbed vests low neck no sleeves buggies at a much cheaper price milk per day Apply to Keachs Notwithstanding the intense heat 50 ading of streets A fine of such as Delkerand others of similar furniture store Ninth street near an audience of fully two thousand v Ladies fine bleached lisle vests faced neck and arms the limit under the ordinance was grade but we recommend the Ames L N depot people assembled at the tabernacle against him From this something vye can guarantee If it assessed Mens fine seamless socks fast black and mixtures soft Tickets for the South Kentucky to greet the graduates and enjoy decision he appealed to the Circuit is a rubber tire jobfyduvant we X mialitv j finn owncrp College commencement exercises at Give us aalh the programme j Court The case vvas bitterly con- ¬ have them the Qpcra House Thursday night CoJ B Foley The first feature was an operetta array of Mens handsome madras1 laundered negligee sliirtsr are now on sale at Galbreath The tested and a numerous 108 Main St Hopkinsville Ky in three acts entitled Laila Ennis was examined by each presentation ot this musical classic witnesses Ladies 40 gauge fast black seamless hose Equal to Aluminum Table was a departure from the stereo- ¬ side The city was represented by Tomatoes Beans Peas Squash etc received W a r e the finest typed programme ot such entertain- ¬ City Attorney Hanbery and Judge Beets Kohl Rabi daily at Broomfield s morket thing out FREE at COOPERS Childrens fine fast black and tan hose double knee ments The piece has an interesting McCarroll and Feland Son ap ¬ 1 Equal to 25c goods elsewhere story running through its chaste peared for Maddox After hearing is replete with refined and lines and AM linen towels good size excellent quality JL We are going to quit The principal the arguments of the council they beautiful airs characters were essayed by Misses retired and quickly returned with a yard Simpsons black and white fancy satines and Laila a verdict of acquittal for the de- ¬ Charlie Belle Baldwin profit Making digo blue prints Margarette Hill Fairy queen and fendant Extra value satine strip corsets 2 side steels per Tillie Moore mountain child The The case of the Commonwealth chorus consisted of seventy five tSoKJ feet fitting Hugh Thompson charged children of the public schools in the against splendid amoskcagA F C fine dress ginghams in new airy and glittering costumes of with carrying concealed deadly and handsome effects mountain children and fairies The weapons was on motion of the com- ¬ effect was artistic in the highest monwealths Attorney filled away and exactly one month earlier than usual we inaugurate degree Misses Baldwin Hill and with leave to re instate our Grand Clearance Sale of seasonable goods This Moore showed themselves possessed In the case of the Commonwealth pf voices of great sweetness and sale will commence against J P Tate and John Can- ¬ cultivation Miss Mamie Lee Jackson in her non charged with famishing liquor WRECKERSOF HIGH PRICES jessay on the Territorial growth of to minor the defendant Tate enter-¬ showed a thor ed a plea of not guilty and the case BBgMBBPHWHIHMIIIIIIIWIIMIliajlllllllllWiaBBMMMMai 1 athe United States knowledge and understanding was submitted to court for trial g ough and gave many m- l of her subject and will close Sat irdoy June 18 thus giving you anop aw without intervention of a jury A terestinir facts and statistics fine of S50 was assessed against portunity to buy your spring goods at greatly reduced The lines Mr Tate and the prosecution prices Each day during this sale will bring forth many Monks Magnificat were read in a manner which indi- ¬ against Cannon was dismissed iiSJ cated deep sympathy and dramatic The case against Marion Hen r 4 nf i Viinrli rfcir1i ritrki PER YEAR derson charged with shooting on Miss Margaret Hill read an es ¬ say on Spains Ascendency and the public highway was called and those who do not come during this kale will miss Decline It was a composition of and the defendant through his at- ¬ In addition to the ex great excellence evincing deep re- ¬ torney entered a plea of guilty as an opportunity of a lifetime vaststore of historical charged and submitted his case to treme low prices we offer we have an elegant line of search and a Miss Hills paper information the court for trial without a jury was illustrated with large charts drawn bv herself and showing a The court assessed a fine of 25 The following cases were continu- ¬ decided talent in this line The worthily won diplomas were ed to the next term on motion of the consisting of Book Cases Table Screens Rocking presented by Principal McCartney attorney for the commonwealth in brief but feeling and appropriate Muro Henderson assault Ed Chairs Writing Desks Hat Racks and Medicine Cabi- words The audience was dis- ¬ Bronaugh petit larceny Annanias nets inese articles arceiegant anu win aaorn any missed by Elder H D Smith During the interval between the Williams same Rich Warfield home and are free numbers South Kentucky College fornication Chas Duke seduction orchestra rendered pleasing selec- ¬ under promise of marriage Chas Remember Our Motto To the tions and a popular quartette com- ¬ Holland disturbing a lawful as ¬ posed of Misses Jennie Winfree and More for your money than any other house sembly L R Borders and James kPattie Flack Messrs Guy Starting Yours truly Or your money back For we will fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man and Wallace Kelly sang several Williams c c d w Joe Williams beautiful songs which delighted the assault with deadly weapon Quar survires Nowjs the time for action as it is daily being proven audience and brought storms of ap ¬ les Moseley fornication Sylvester that to the victor belongs the spoils plause Window affray Ike Henderson c Class bf 98 is as follows The c d w same shooting on public Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure Mary Bohn Clifton Calhoun highway the spoils in as much as we furnish them with by far the best Laila Dennis Lorraine Gaither On motion of the Commonwealths Gant Margaret May Hill Mamie goods for the money Lee Jackson Nannie Long Vir ¬ Attorney the prosecutions against KY ginia Tibbs Mrs J E Willis charged with selling liquor to a minor and Green To Days Exercises At the Virginia street school this Bradshaw charged with malicious morning the last meeting of the shooting were dismissed ftf WELL WON DIPLOMAS THE COURT RECORD TV Ammunition - ill OQ IW tJI w Jfe - YQ 40p XJC Kp t 8r - 4rO C PlP rLtJj OC u4 1 i GOLD 5p FO R 30 DAYS AAfU Qp JJ CO WEB MAY 18 -- i i i GREAT BARGAINS FURNITURE Ths Daily Kentuckian t 400 Nail the Col OFS Mast v Richards Company HOPKINSVILLE Longfellow Literary Society will be v S Vi held A program of unusual interest will be rendered by the little learn- ¬ ers At the Clay street building there will be class exercises in each of the several rooms to which the families of the pupils are invited These exercises will be held at 10 m The Columbia Chainless The Latest Improved Soda Water aiii6issifeiiioii no i- - a Apparatus Is now in operation at Candy Kitchen I am prepared to serve the following drinks Ice Grcam Soda Plain Soda Lemonade Milk Shake Sweet Apple Cider Orange Cider Ginger Ale and Pop on Ice Ice Cream sold by the pint quart gallon or any way you want it Fruits Sweet Oranges Bananas Apples Lemons Shelled and Roasted Peanuts Home Made Can ¬ dies Fancy Cream Chocolate Caramels Peanut Caudy Taffy French Chewing Taffy Cocoanut Candy Lemon Drops French Can dies Mixed Etc Remember the place where the weary can vest where the huntrrv can eat iiutVtheiihirfjty drink BRE8MN SURRENDER Is slill our motto and we maintain the fight against all competi- ¬ A steady bombardment has effected some of our out ootts tion oclock PERSONAL QOSSIP Mr and Mrs L M Armstrong are visiting at Kirlcmansville Mrs Thomas W Long is visiting Mrs J D Wilcox at Paducah Mr John Garnett of Pembroke was in the city yesterday but has left some of our main lines in tact and we arc tified with big lots of sill for- ¬ ft WEAR RESISTOR H -- SHOES Lis a Grand Success FOR MEN AT - - - 200 - PAIR j weMUk Miss Bessje Muir an accomp ¬ lished young lady of St BetJUehem Tenn is visiting relntlvesyin tho city Cany Kitchen MBrumfitlde i Ninth Street between 1st Nation Pure country lard 7c per pound al and Post Office a colored Adam McReynojds fcU and see our handsfoine suits Uoitwn ptice man residing nur Sinking Fork of Jwwitur ----l-Ji- --ll mid tho only ulminloss that liua given success unci hn provon it Wo httvo tliQin ou exhibition nn well na a number of Co Bolt bo luuibin mulco of chain whools from 25 to 75 Wo carry tho boat assortmetit of Bicycle Sundries unci Jlo- pairing cf till kinds Wo dp U kiuds of pxpert rjRiriiff j nil work prompuy uope no arenwiuquartBrs i cycle Lmiui Mud Cfirllt GiveuroUt Yours to plww Leader shoes for ladies at 150 pair ai Ulegant silK vesting top shoes for ladies at SZwpaiiv xy mi VlfC luuia if fvw vii itui fAi mlktcie fstM msIa iui fUDHriC UlflH taiiM nnynja iui iihuk -- XF i9riH fi f jPrt an y T - MmM KJT fpgBrwiPTfl MMmiiuldilM f JL t s - rag lln ti Utarvc i E M MO88 UBItMa IMIBHJVTarSWi Ol t