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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o TTtre TOL 1 NOi 4A Daitu HOPKINSVILLE KY FRIDAY AFTERNOON Entnthiaa JUNE 17 1898 PRICE 2 OENTS TEN Spanish Warships Re MORRILL ON MUSIC PRAYER Afternoon and Evening Session The Subject of This Mornings Chief Discussion of the Ministers Meeting k THREE Governors of the Philip pines Captured Insurgents Have Taken 3009 Spanish Prisoners New York June 17 A Journal Hong Kong dispatch Special says 1000 insurgents attacked 2000 Spaniards at Manila inflicting heavy losses and almost forcing an entrance to the city Insurgents and Americans now completely surround Manila Foreign residents have lied to ships A Spanish spy attempted to poison Aguinaldo Augusti is reported to be willing to surrender to the Americans if they will see that the insurgents do not set fire to the city and kill the In two weeks the insurgents will have Spaniards after the capture taken 3000 prisoners including 2000 regulars The large garrison at Cavite has surrendered giving the insurgents command of the entire Doctor Eaton Tells a Joke on Him self Dr Andersons Meeting finny f 4 of the Ministers Take Part in it ported Coming Seen Off the African Coast By A tierman Vessel Today The captain of the German steamer Special Gibraltar June 17 Porta reports this morning that he passed abreast of Ceuta two Spanish ironclads four large cruisers and four destroyers steaming east A Madrid special says the members of the Spanish ministry declare that they do not beleive the Tampa expedition to Cuba has left the to American coast as all movements of American ships are known Blanco The Cadiz Fleet Has Sailed The State Department has re Special Washington June 17 It is sup- ¬ ceived a cablegram that the Cadiz squadron has sailed east posed to be from Gibraltar Who Said Spain Was Afraid The Military and Naval officials ridi- ¬ Special Madrid June 17 will cule the rumor contained in a dispatch that an American squadron ob- ¬ be sent to harass the coast of Spain on the ground that it couldnt jvell defended that no im tain coal and also because the forts are so pression could be made The Ministers meeting was call- ¬ ministers meeting yesterday Dr J ed to order by the moderator at 9 a S Coleman had just finished his m this morning able address on the Mourners Prayer by Rev B P Swindler bench in protracted meetings lie We notice a large increase in at-was closely followed by Dr T Tr tendance and see many faces of dis Eaton the able editor of the West- - tinguished ministers of Kentucky ern Recorder and popular pastor of After Nearer My God to Thee Walnut Street Church Louisville Rev I N Strother of Cadiz led Then came Rev W D Nowlin the body in prayer Rev W H Smith Rev J U Spur The minutes of yesterdays meet- ¬ u lin and Rev I W Bruner ing were then read by the secreta- ¬ These speakers all contended ry Rev I P Trotter Bardstown mourners bench orj and were corrected by various mem ¬ that the anxious seat should not be al- ¬ bers of the body lowed to disappear Dr Coleman Rev J A Bernett of Pairview the Lion of the tribe ofJudah moved that the order requiring made the striking statement that the clerk to report essays and during his ministry in Kentucky he speecheb of brothers be rescinded has been intrumental in converting Mr Bernett made a strong speech 12000 souls of these 10000 joined in faor of his motion Dr J S the Baptist churches an15000 were Coleman albo supported the motion baptized by his hands He held The motion prevailed without op- ¬ that of these souls the large ma- ¬ position jority were con verted from the anx ¬ Rev C G Jones of Covington My Vho will preach the General Asso- ¬ ious seat Onespeaker said objection to the mourners bench ciation sermon moved that a spec- ¬ is not to the bench butto the mourn- ¬ ial prayer be offered for Rev R E The anx- ¬ Kirtley who is ill and sinking Another said ing is like a recitation seat in rapidly ious seat The moderator asked school It is a place of instruction that Rev Wm Gregston of Little and all should be made to approach River Association be included in When we closed odr account of the shore of the bay The Governors of the Provinces of Cavite Balucau and Bataon have been captured Cuban Gen Diaz Wins a Victory Key West June 17 Special Messengers from Gen Diaz now Rio were received yesterday with dispatches for Gen Pinar del Miles They reported 1600 Spanish forces cavalry and infantry con- ¬ centrated between Bahia Honda and Mariel and Gen Diaz complete master of the interior They also report that Gen Diazs forces ran in- ¬ to an ahibushJune 9 but routed the Spaniardsrwho lost a captian and 90 men killed and wounded includiug the commander Col Barbos The Diaz only needs gun to sweep up to insurgents captured 400 rifles in Another Revolution in Hayti Another revolutionary uprising Special was quelled Wednesday after a fierce battle Two in were killed by the soldiers fire Many arrests followed Cape Ilayticn June 17 ce the walls of Havana Port-au-Prin- Not Iters to Sell Now Will Vote on Hawaii Tomorrow Chairman Davis reported in the Special Washington June 7 senate the Hawaiian resolutions without amendment and gave notice that he would call them up tomorrow LET THE FOREIGNERS GO NO London June 17 Special The News has a Gibraltar special saying it is rumored there that Spain has sold the Philippines to Ger ¬ many which accounts for the German squadrons going there FURTHER TROUBLE was followed by Dr T T Eaton Dr J S Coleman Prof A T Rob- ¬ ertson of the chair of New Testa ¬ ment Greek in the Seminary Rev G W Riley Prof E Harrison Rev I W Bruner and Rev E II They Were Unwilling to Serve on Yellow Fever Quarantine Lifted at Bay St Louis Converted Steamers Spe- ¬ Newport News June 17 The foreign firemen and cial stokers on the Yale and Harvard have been discharged the officers considering it bad policy to force them toitand by the terms of mer- ¬ cantile enlistment against their wishes Their places will be taken by men from NcW York Philadel ¬ phia and Baltimore to day Jfr7MPWgft Wr1l atr r J www y nA ha A Heavy Rainfall the twenty tour nours pro ¬ ceeding 7 oclock this morning the rainfall as shown by Mr J M Howes official irstrument was 226 inches Heavy and general rains have fallen over Kentucky and Tennessee The thermometer yesterday ranged from 70 to 85 de- ¬ grees ior -- The Rainy Spell The heavy downfall of rain con tinuedyesterday afternoon last Anight and this morning It has tieen a ground soaker in all direc ¬ tions and ought to be of inestimable benefit to crops though it will acri ¬ dly Interfere with wheat harvest Soldier Convicted Tamp jiUm June 17 jmnQs Johnson the colored soldier on trial for the murder of Jacob Collins at Lakeland has been convicted of murder in the fecond degree and tion for Colored sentenced to life imprisonment Mo ¬ a new trial wag squashed C j Fannie Braham Mirabel SRllley WaJkTot v tfauwtbfKth y yr Special June 17 THE HOPKINSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH The Mississippi authorities have removed the yellow fever quaran it this prayer Dr A C Davidson Prof J J Rucker thes capable President of Georgetown College at Bay St Lpuis and it is be tine George- ¬ led the prayer lieved this willfsoonbe followed by professor of mathematics in town College asked all minister The first subject of the morning a general lifting of the quarantine invite to the mourners bench How to conduct aprayermeeting who Dr was thenynnnounccd and Rev C G to rise All rose but two WIFE MURDERED HIS Eaton then asked thosewho do not Jones of Covington spoke in a sim- ¬ to tell why ple easy but very practical man Because She Smashed His Jug of Rev J M Fowler arose and ner on this subject Mr Jones ex¬ Whisky to End His Spree There is a great deal i plained henva prayer meeting is said foolishness about thatmourncr conducted in tus own church He A horrible case of wife murder bench anyway does not believe too many should if at Adams Tenn Wednes ¬ Rev Francis V Taylor tlun take part He does not believe in occurred o day Isaac Winters a arose and made a spirited talk requiring always that prayers farmer 45 years of age has been He said None of you ever invite should be short He has a few speaking drunk for weeks and sent to to the mourners bench I hae prayers and songs Springfield every day for whisky heard you preach I never heard twenty minutes himself and dis For the last three days his wife one of you use such a term I invite missing the meeting seized and destroyed his liquor as people to come forward for prayer He was followed by Rev J T When she broke so do you The anxious seat is not Christian who wrote some of the soon as received his iuc that morning he seized his a necessity but is useful if the mat strongest of the articles on the shotgun and emptied one barrel ter be not carried to excess Whittsitt matter which appeared into her side causing a fatal Rev W L Jones then urged that in the Recorder He said that a A few shot injured one of no iron bound rule must be laid prayer meeting is not simply a talk ¬ wound Winters fled down Winters children ing meeting it is not a regular declaring his intention ot resisting W J Couch said the first preaching service Rev Mr Christian arrest An unconfirmed report has mourners bench was at Pentncost then spoke of various practical it that his body has been found the second when the Ihilippian methods employed in his church hanging to a tree Rev J O Rust jailer fell down before Paul and and said What Must I do to Silas introduced to the You Giddy Old Rascal be saved body as a warm Ilarrodsburfr Kv June 17 personal friend of Dr Morrill Talks on Husic Capt Phil B Thompson aged sevenhis own Dr II C of OwenBboro Dr G L Morrill ty-eight a hero of two wars and Rosamond of Ark ¬ was next introduced to the body distinguished criminal lawyer the ansas Dr Rosai delivered aiaddress ttjginuaic father of ex Congressman Little and mond spoke at althougljfcxtmpora Phil and present candidate for Thisaddress sparkliiigf andyersa length on the con- so CongrcssNKohn B Thompson was neous was almost impossible rrv J o uust duct of a prayer tile that it was married ycsVeftday to Mrs Allie to get it all meeting Davis a YidowWetl forty ftt her Rev W L Jones of Paducali In part he said j wctenqe Thecouple then left led In the general discuwlon and CONTINUKQ QW 4TH IAtift lor Cincinnati on Hybridal trip Mobile Ala well-to-d¬ Jif Sr Rev Tenn were recognized by the Moderator and invited to seats in the body Under general discussion of the last subject Dr I T Tichenor made Maddox a highly interesting talk This Dr Eaton asked that the follow- ¬ venerable divine has held the Scc ing distinguished brethren should letaryship of the Home Mission be recognized Dr I T Tichenor Board since 1SS1 and has clone a Atlanta Ga Corresponding Secre- ¬ great work He is one of the best tary of the Home Mission Board known and most loved ministers and Dr J M Frost Nashville among Southern Baptists and has Tenn Corresponding Secretary of been very intimately connected with the Sunday School Board the cause of Missions in poor af ¬ The report of committee on Old- ¬ flicted Cuba est and Youngest Ministers was This subject was further dis ¬ Rev A W Meacham was cussed by Rev C F Thompson offered reported to have been an ordained After recognition by the moder ¬ minister fifty seven years last May ator of several colored ministers vis- ¬ Rev Layton Maddox was reported iting the body the subject Evi ¬ to have been ordained since last dences of the Indwelling of the Holy Report was adopted Spirit December was announced Dr W without discussion II Felix Lexington read a line Rev J N Hrestridge read a paper on this subject The Doctor message from Rev Fred Hale of first read many passages of Scrip ¬ Owcnsboro explaining his enforced ture in which the indwelling of the absence and stating that he had in Holy Spirit is mentioned his possession Dr Hales paper on Announcements were then made Exegesis of Colossians and the body adjourned with prayer Hymn Fount of Every Blessing by Rev John Spurlin The after- ¬ was sung noon session began at 2 oclock and The moderator then announced was in progress when our forms How may pas ¬ were closed the next subject tors evangelize the country contig- ¬ Rev I W Bruner Deny the Charge of Mutilation uous to them Sulphur Ky came forward and Special Madrid June 17 read an excellent essay on this sub ¬ The government has issued an ject Rev C M Thompson Louisville indignant denial that Spaniards who was selected to speak on this mutilated the bodies of dead Ameri ¬ topic did not present a paper but cans at Caimanera They claim after claiming that he had not been bodies were torn to notified spoke pointedly to the sub- ¬ that the ject He said in part the pastor pieces by Mauser riile balls fired at must work must feel his responsi ¬ short range bility The two needs before us Big Failure in Rubber are these 1st See sin as sin see constantly 2mlFecd it everywhere June 17- Cambridge Mass that God 1ms selected us to save the Special Woven The Boston souls of men from their sinu Co assigned yester j At this point Rev A U Booue Hose Rubber Rev W t C day Liabilities t0O0K Clavkisville Tenu Mtv Cle eland Nashville Tenn A J Ramsey Nashville n til I f - -- ri H M --gggMW Ol JtCbe 2ailv ftentuckian - ljl iw j iju POST DISPATCH SNAP shots ll the milk in the cocoanut i in danger of adulteration V Afft by carrier to all parts of the city at PubVfchcd every evening except Sunday by delivered unlucky day June 13 was a very lO 0KXS PBB WEEK w v mMammm w OKAS X aOCACXAK S12 8 Main nr c tizens who were long on Clft s141 ijr r wheat aTrBanTTPTTnH RATES with a nice n vniitur woman t Per Week 35 AwiMne li v 4 00 -tpastjiay4e Feb Yeah in Advance 100 to help his many friends wh cream brick in her hat more intox AdvapJoe Pen 3 Months in ser icated or more intoxicating this given him their patronage and CLIPPED AND COMPILED is to be advanced JLteut Hobson roof of an IllinoisApji- The iron will sell storm of ten numbers in the list of naval will do what others have promised to do Harrods office disappeared in the Rev W T Corn died at constructors the 11th Has any one seen ifitf burg you more groceries for a little money than any other gro- ¬ D carriedMn- twj LL cjj4 The Woodford Sun has changed Mrs Mary Davis of Livingston ever attempted to do Below he will quote goods at to 4li thickest or a irreiur uaviu blos- ¬ I found dead in bed to a nine column folio and fcW county was ¬ fight might produce marvcious re somed out in a new dress of low prices son of John d The sults sfovonenn of Webster county was The wholesale grocers must be While the regiment of immunes is Mt Vernon to elevate prices some drowned opposite preparing at Jefferson Barracks we must see White Mountain Freezers Queensware and Tinware and holding their con- ¬ Lard and Meats Douglas a sixteen-year-nl- fl Laura more They are that no epidemic gets a start in it intnnte of the Childrens Home all sizes cheap we want to close it out vention this year on top of Lookout 12 lbs Pino Li ftf 100 The two mules knocked senseless Hctivy Biicoti 8Jo Lnnl for miss lb at Lexington is mysteriously mountain by a thunderbolt at Chickamauga Fancy HreiitifuHt ISncon 10o II Brooms Baking Powder ing were probably not from Missouri Deboes 1 Kfxtrii Heavy 4 Tic Brocin only 22o W H Lyons Senator Rising Sun extra good 07 Sam Jones will dedicate the Irv worth 25c Countrv and Suear Cured 116 onlvCan Tim Browns have won one more private secretary will be appoint ¬ inirton Methodist church July 2 Jo 1 Tio BrOom 1 Good Heavy only 18i ¬ two tail end 1 2 J lb Can Yurnnllsonu spoon only 23e ed Assistant Quartermaster Genat Brandenburg game than the other unexpected Hams ancJ Shoulders worth 20c and will lecture 1 1 lb Can Dr Prices 10c eral of the volunteer army with the clubs This is wholly I Good Heavy 3 tio Broom only 9o that night lb Can Dr Piices 22o of Captain rank progress Coffee wortn 16 1 25 07 Can Vassal gooit a ltoyal 23a The Republicans of the Ninth 1 Good Hearth Broom very best 8o gets off with 1 Puckiigo Coffuo for lOo Whether Col Bryan TUB HOIKINSVILI E Kentuckian Congressional district will hold a worth 10c regiment or not Nebraska will 1 2 lb Cnu vury lino StivaniillaCoflco 60c Pickels of all Kinds both has tried the morning newspaper convention July 19 to nominate a his happy Her grain crop piOm t 2 lb Can Mominjr Jy M J very Sweet and Sour in jars and bulk ¬ be business and found that the after- candidate for Congress linoGSc wolLh 76c One large bucket of Jelly ises an increase of 30 per cent all the news Very lino MJin bulk 25o por lb noon paper publishes commissioned Gov Bradley has only 20c worth 36u Whether other Frenchmen sym- Can Goods It therefore changed the time of Dr William Turner oneof the most Cuffoo 100 publication very much to its own nrmnlnr imn in Bowlinir Green to nnthize with Spain or1 not the 10lblb Good Grcon 1 Can Good Salmon 10c G very Hue Pcubcrry 100 Matches French American citizens of St Lots other kinds too Humorous to moil- - G Cans Sardines 24c advantage Owensboro Inquirer a military company raise 1 doz Boxes Mutches 200 In a box only 1 can Corn Beef 15o Louis are with Uncle Sam and La- ¬ lion 9c 1 can Potted Hani 5c Owing to the increased receipts fayette The court of appeals has reversed f 1 doz Boxes Matches 1000 in a box only 1 Can Chipped Beef 25c Condensed 1 Shield Brand the decision of the lower court in the at the Cloverport post office PostThere is an epidemic of measles Can Vionna Sausage lQo 15c woi th G0c of the Covington councilmen vs master Wilsons salary has been case 1 2 lb Can Bull Head Oysters best 15c the camp of our soldiers in the Milk 10c can in While this court increased faom 1000 to 1100 jtfudge Tarvin 1 th Cnns Hull Hfcud OvstetS llcst Su Pocket and Table cutlery glorious climate of California It for the court holds the city liable 13 lb Can White Hualh California i Tn the Federal Court at Frank Laundry Soap an army may have bad Peaches 17c and Nails all sizes ii house improvements itholds Tarvin fort D O Mendeth formerly post seems that anywhere almost 12 Bars Wash Tub Soap 26o 1 Can Bnnkol Bros Breakfast Cocoa acted improperly and unlawfully master at Willqwbrook Clark coun health 8 Bars Pretty Soap 25 only 24d worth 30c Molases A regiment from Gov Pingrees 6 Bars Cracker Jack 25e in imprisoning the council 1 Largo Cau Van Houtons 29c ty was convicted of embezzlement State consumed 19738 pounds of G Bars Ivory Soap 26c 2 Can good Pineapple 9c Very best N O Molases 40 The Seventh Congressional Dis potatoes in ten days but this is riot G Bars Coal Oil Joliny 25c The State Womens Christian Good Bright Sugar House 30c i 2 lb Can slioed Pineapple 14c Good N O 20c Temperance Union of Kentucky trict Committee met and promised a patching to what the Wolverines G Bars Fairy Soap 25c 1 Box Gold Dust 3c present to Miss Christine to declare Hon E E Settle the can do when they are all well will Good Extracts of all kind on 1 Box Pearlius 4e Cotton Mops Scrub Brrushes Bradley daughter of the Governor nominee for Congress unless he has ly 5c per bottle worth 10c The next time the deputy mar- ¬ 1 Box Starch good 3c of her opposition before July 16 a silver set m recognition Shoe Brushes White Wash shals go out after cows that are christening of the battleship Ken- Mr Butler T Southgate a Lex Brushes of all kinds Cigars and Tobacco of all Wooden Ware women they will do The presenta- ¬ ington lawyer will be given a com guarded by tucky with water re- ¬ kinds well to arm themselves wth a 1 1 lb Butter Mold woi th 20c only tion will be made Monday at the mission as Caotain on the staff of Gellatine liable assortment of rats bugs and i D07 Clothes pins only 02c his relative Maj Gen Matthew executive building at Frankfort Tubus Wash Boards Cedar Pino and 1 Box Noxs Gollatino 13c Toilet Soap caterpillars Butler of South Carolina Fiber Pails 1 12c Spain has just bestowed upon one 1 Box 3 Bars in a Box as good as 25o Baskets of all kinds going at Rock Bot ¬ Box Plymouth Rock Gelatine only v The Todd men in Louis ville are City Collector John L Baxter Ex Soan onlv 12c box tom Prices yery sore They say inanuuiuuyu of Richmond will file suits against of her worst officials a degree of the 3 Bars Wild ltoso Boqiiet 10c box liJEvans has been nominated he can the four banks at that place to re- ¬ Cross of Beneficence There never 1 Box Butter Milk 3 cakes in a uox Feed Baskets only 25c each only 5e box vnot be elected They are evidently cover back taxes tor 1893 under the was a time in the history of Spain Fresh yegetables and Fruits We have a nice line of when superior deviltry was allow preparing to throw him down real recent Federal Court decision unrewarded to 10 lbs of good Soda for 25c Crockery Glassware Lamps of all kinds ha rd Now is the time for the Dem The Breckinridge News already ed go f ocrats to put lorward their best man one of As four companies of Canadian the best papers in the State k and redeem the district A new press militia have been invited to come is being improved and several hundred pounds of new over to Portland Me and help Gen Miles has returned from type have been added to the office celebrate the Fourth of July the We have a Big Lot of International Stock and poultry Food and Colic Cure and Silver Tampa to Washington now that coun Mrs Lennie Messer aged eigh- ¬ two great English speaking Oil and Foot Remedy and you can have it at any time during this sale at 50c- on t the army has gone and there is no teen died of child birth at the res- ¬ tries may be supposed to have for- ¬ Pine Healing the Dollar this is no Fake onger an excuse for him to remain idence of her uncle John Pittman gotten that they ever fought each at the Tampa Bay Hotel at 10 a in Georgetown Her home was in other day He probably took his enam- ¬ She had been deserted by Ella Wheeler Wilcox mentions in eled bath tub with him and will Pans the 17th and this sale commences husband ¬ the Post Dispatch that Joseph left doubtless renew his recommendaCouncilman Nick Becker and F no descendants Doubtless Joseph tion to the president that the war All goods sold at these prices are for cash proprietor of the considered what a measly set of lasts only Haag editor and be postponed until fall fresh and strictly first class Henderson Gleaner had a bloodless brothers had come into his fathers onlv are all new ¬ The Century Majrazine has ar encounter on the streets of Hender- family and thought that he would guaranteed be satisfi So if in need of oroceries pay us a call ranged for a beries of articles on son It grew out of editorial criti not repeat the folly of his parents 1 the present war somewhat in the icism of the Councilmans official in raising that kind of a irrnun what I advertise I live up- to ed manner of its famous Battles and acts To School Trustees in Christian The The Georgetown College catalogue Leaders of the Civil War County j Battles shows 357 students in attendance series will be entitled my en vk Gentlemen It has been and Leaders Places and Problems tee past year 325 young men and deavor to have the people fully in- ¬ ¬ 132 young women They were di of the Spanish American War in time for and a number of important articles vided by States as follows Ken- ¬ formed of the change the the election of school trustees but Phone No 11 Free Delivery tucky 320 Mississippi 311 Onio 8 are already promised for it Next Door to First National Bank seems to be still some misun- ¬ Main Street West Virginia 4 Indiana 3 Texas there The v 1 Color- ¬ derstanding in regard to it 2 Arkansas 1 Virginia The Kentuckian is convinced last Legislature changed the time 1 1 1 Illinois Maryland that it made a wise step in chang ado ¬ ing to an eveningpaper Bygetting Missouri 1 North Carolina lPen for this election from the first Saturday in June to the first Saturday out the paper in daytime its running sylvania 1 Tennessee 1 in October but the person who is expenses have been greatly re Gen Shafter says a Washington not begin duced and its circulation is being dispatch is already planning a elected in October does to serve as trustee until the follow ¬ greatly increased by the addition possible retreat from Cuba He in- ¬ of subscribers who prefer an even- ¬ sists upon having the transports ing July In order to avoid the vacancies ing paper The Kentuckian is now conveying his men remain in Cuban that would thus occur on account doing pretty well thank you waters to take him away if any- ¬ of failure to hold the election in thing happens Gen Shafter and ¬ of The Indiana and several other other military men objected to leav- ¬ June this year State Superin warships are reported by some of ing men on inhospitable shores with tendent Davidson has instructed me to appoint a trustee for the full the papers to have returned to out any chance of getting all or any term of three years in the place of Key West with the news that they away at once if the necessity re- ¬ present chairman whose term have seen Spanish ships in Cuban quires They said if an epedemic the waters The omission of the word of fever broke out or if the men got expires July 1st Where the elections have been np in the telegram probably sick and could not fight and were held regularly the other two trusj changed its sense If the Indiana harassed by the enemy as the ma ¬ tees will serve out the full term for and other ships saw Spanish ships rines had been it would be inhu- ¬ Where cruising in the gulf and allowed man not to take them to a healthy which they were elected appointments have been made dur them to escape their captains and safe place The old soldiers will be necessary should be called to account for their said that while they were not ex ing the year it Tc irnrJfn fni jnnrf mv In vita fifflrtlr of Snrillff DlV GoOlSt NOtfollSi Olotll- to appoint again to fill the vacan- ¬ inefficiency pecting any reverses defeat was cies that will exist July 1st date in all ing etc before making their purchases Everything new and up always possible in war If our On the first Saturday in next The American Institute of Home ¬ army were defeated our soldiers trustees will be elected in departments opathy will convene in Omaha for would have to retreat into the ocean to serve during a weeks session June 22 Its daily or be massacred and in such a every school district the next school year Ready-To-We- ar sessions will be held in an Allo- ¬ dreadful contingency if our troop No contract can be made with a college a beautiful struc- ¬ ships were not there to receive the pathic Creighton soldiers it would be a blunder that teacher until the beginning of the ture just completed ULUXIi made by the best tailors and from rHE The use of the would never be forgotten by the bchool year which is the first of JThcy are Dandies Medical College All who have been recently July building has been mostcourteously country Under the pressure of trustees will please qual ¬ tendered to the Homeopathic phy ¬ these facts it was decided to hold at appointed All Besl ify just as soon as possible either e sicians by their brethren of the old Santiago t sufficient troop ships to before me or some one who is au- ¬ school and has been duly accepted bring away all the soldiers at one I thorized to administer an oath This instance of good will and fra ¬ time GIVE US A CALL AND WE- - WILL PLEASE YOU out of my office on business shall be ternity is an act that will do much Shafters army unless it sees June 27 29 q bring together the members of Very respectfully Next Door to REMEMBER THE PW0E the two Hchools of medicine in closer another phantom gunboat ought to Kate McDanikl Co Supt jjt to Cuba tomorrow or Sunday fellowship a rev r r i it a mi r iin iiii iniLnijii im few -- - ArtWMW MJi j w n i ai s 7 h ki w Wants he jnonder Jodo I JE He rvv -- seven-vear-ol- wer unheard I li ¬ 1 lc WE HAVE 5jj to the farmers and - Remember Ten Days Thev Friday June and and that - Hespecttuliy d R REEVES - Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS 9 10 METZ m The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Buvers THE PUBLIC SEE Our October h Suits Bhbl w have the the West Styles Mrt v ut PWrs M Mi - J C2l tllkeKTa htrvatn- - i i jfwf tofr- - J s a By wir m i jftiijwrTTW fgFVfT Tfymt j T1 Fi y mlwJhifctfiaMtfuw MILES TO CONSULT doing Bnck to iiwniiairiiiniiii imiiiiw fcnnmri f i -- - - ltn n - n COAST DEFENSE GUNS Aim of tlii fJtmncrM In Governed liy Stilcittlllc IitNtrtiiucnt Called WILLIAM f Washington to ROBINSON i Talk With McKinley Washington June 17 Gen Miles is coming here for consultation re ¬ Ftr h garding the campaign in general and particularly the expedition to Porto Rico He has left Tampa The President has been greatly annoyed by the delay of Santiago expedition and he hopes there will not be a repetition in the case of Xorto Rico Orders have been given for the speedy organization of not less than a the Il uutc Kinder REAL A Book The human eye lias been superseded In the nliulftg of cannon by devices fur for Young and Old In the long dlstunee ftrlngof the present time the eye would he practically helpless ns no shell can be II red a great ways oti n straight line Not only must the gunner allow for the effect of the wind and that remem ¬ bering the great size of the projectile he submits to its notion Is immense but he must lire his shell high Into the air The long distance record for Krupp guns wns made with the muzzle so high that the shell rose IBJOOO feet In air Naturally no mere guess work of the eye will servo in such shooting 20000 men to occupy Porto Rico has been InTo replace the eye It is expected that two weeks will vented the range andthere position finder be required for preparation The troops that are expected- to take part in the invasion are far from ¬ - more nccurale OUR RECORD 1 ffl ESTATE ACEMT ABSTRACTS vECURE NERVOUS Eslit 1878 BLOOD SKIN PRIVATE 250000 DISEASED OF TITLE 1A0E MEN CURED m DISEASES at 6 per cent on first class real estate for a term of 5 years Money loaned Wo havo for Bnlo boiho of tho best building lots in tho city nnd on terms to suit purchnBors PricoB lnnging from S20 to 3000 Thoy nro located in nearly ovory part of tho city Wo also havo for Balo farms in this nnd adjoining counties1 Theso farms are owned by parlies who wish to sell Bolow is a partial list of them A item Havo you plnnod mrnlnst nntnrn when ignorant of tho torriblo crlrao you committing Did you only consider woro tlio fascinating allurement of this ovil nnuur V lion loo wto to avoid tho tor rlblo results woro your oyos opened to your porlln Did you later on in man ¬ hood contract any PHIVAJJK or 11LOOD dlscaso Woro you cured Do you now and then sco somo alarming pymptoma aro you marry In your propent con ¬ dition You know JilKll FATHER LIKE SON If married aro you con- ¬ stantly living in dread Is marringo a failuro with you on account of any weak ¬ ness caused by early abuso or later ox Havo you been drugged with cosios morcury This booklet will point out to you tho results of theso crimos and point out bow our NEW METHOD TREAT ¬ MENT will nosltlvelv euro von It shown bow lhouinds havo been f aved by our NEW TREATMENT It proves how wo can GUARANTEE TO CURE ANY OURAHLE CASE OR NO PAY Wo treat nnd euro EMISSIONS VARICOOKTjE SYPHTMS JIjEKT STRICTURE IM POTENCY SE ¬ UNNATURAL DIS ¬ CRET DRAINS CHARGES KIDNEY and BLADDER dtsoasos 030 MAN CURED War News m I 1 TTT 1 f YOUNG being equipped Gen Coppinger has about 15000 i T52 f troops at Tampa of which between 3000 and 4000 are regulars There 33i0r5is8iSI i IZiSZfnr WrniTbepSVHH aVe about 5000 at Mobile Gen - rrKMUMwtmEKisiaa ism Lee has a force at Jacksonville which he has been fitting forservice BVyUiMSVlw v fn ra eguf V--gSCt M S tg9- as rapidly as he is able with the f view of taking his corps the7th LEWIS RANGE FINDER direct to Havana Gen Miles in- ¬ Used by ArtillorlHts In Aiming Big Cannon structions from the War Depart- ¬ that It Is a ment are such that any of the troops register scientific instrument from will the the exact distance at these points or elsewhere may muzzle of the gun to a given ship It be pressed into service for Porto is based upon the system of trinngula m Fine Farm near Kennedy Well improved good land well wa tered and timbered 180 acres rg 7 - Pco 5 100 ¬ X -- A Farm of 350 acres on Butter- ¬ Spanish authorities would be will- ¬ ing to arm or could arm There have been organizations of volun- ¬ teers in Porto Rico for some time but the Spanish authorities were so suspicious of them that they repeat- ¬ edly refused to arm them and so far as is known they have not armed them even yet The best harbor in Porto Rico is Guanica west of Ponce and south of San Juan from which place it is distant 18 hours carriage ride The roads between Guanica and San Juan as everywhere in Porto Rico are excellent and troops With supplies could be moved about the island readily The rainy season does not begin until August and is of short duration Yellow fever is almost unknown Hopkinsville Produce flarkct Cash prices paid by Hopkiusvillo merchants Bacon Hams country 810e Shoulders di51c SidoB tion used by land surveyors The Lewis range finder is the one used by the United States and Is de- ¬ scribed ns consisting of a telescope raised nnd lowered with o screw which catches a cog wheel that carries a rediers and take possession of the cording sheet of white celluloid which on it a scale showing ranges dicity The occupation of San Juan has into ten yard division up to 10 vided would end the war in Porto Rico 000 yards and 25 yard divisions up to for the Spaniards would not make 15000 yards The position of the ship is indicated by an arm that moves over a stand anywhere else the instrument the There are probably notmorethan and table supportingthe motion of the which records 5000 Spanish soldiers in Porto Rico telescope ns the observer fixes it on the but the number of volunteers who watched object The location of a ship is communicat- ¬ could be mustered under the Span- ¬ ed to the gunners in a coast defense ¬ ish flag cannot be estimated accuby means of a most ingenious rately as there arefrvo very uncer-¬ battery A map is made showing every scheme tain elements in the figuring first shoal and channel and marked out into the number who would fight for small isquares each standing for the Spain against an invading army space occupied by a shfp of war One operator these maps is and second the number whom the of the range finderbefore thebefore the another of Rico In the plan of campaign the first step will be reduction of the forts at San Juan Then the troops can be landed to defeat the Spanish sol- ¬ CURES GUARANTEED Tho Wages of Sin font froo bv enclosing Zo stamp CONSULTATION If unablo to call writo for FREE QUESTION liLANK for HOME TREATMENT ¬ Kennedys Kergam 122 W FOURTH STREET ¬ wmmmmwmMHx SSSrSTZ rtfirtMiL T1T t a -- CINCINNATI O provements well wntored 8J milos from tho city Big bargain Prico 900 Farm of 106 acres onButler Road Thrco and one half miles from the city well improved good orchard tvnd never failing water Trice 750 A farm of 20 acres on snme road 3J miles from tho city woll improved A good poultry or market gar den farm in good neighborhood Price gjo0 Farm of 75 acres on Greenville milk Road Two thirds in fine timber good im ¬ home liable HERE is no need for the A r t people oi ja opiunsvme anu and neighboring towns to sub scribe for papers away from to get the latest and most rewar news 11 ¬ 4 5 The Daily ¬ Kentuclrians Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and f very department of the paper is supplied with a news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky ¬ Jl rCl H Mk TheAumo HAtiTOMO Road Tcj X - Six miles from the city Tho very best placo in the neighborhood timber yood water buildings orchard and iu a fine Btate of repnir ¬ Price A rn 1 very fine little Farm of 87 acres near Elmo 2 ¬ gunner Kachsquarc Is numbered ¬ St Louis San Franciscofiil THROUGH CAR ROUTE DETWEEN Ship Is at number 372 is the message to the gunner and he nnd his men who are behind grent enrth works and cannot see the ship nt all fire purely by mathematics so that the shell will de- ¬ scribe an immense arc and fnll into square 372 There is Yankee inventive ¬ ness as applied to gunnery -AND ST LOUBS- - Twenty acres of timber tho remain ing in high Btato of cultivation All tho bllilliiuiS in cnnrl rnnrifinn splendid neighborhood Price 2200 100 acres 5 Miles From City on WILD ENTHUSIASM Ilcmnrknblc Demonstration on the Departure of the First Infnntry from Sun Francitteo SPRINGFIELD PITTSBURG JOPLIN WICHITA EUREKA SPRINGS PARIS FT SMITH DALLAS Russellvillc Pike Woll improved 15 ncres of timber near church and Bchool Trice 1800 136 65 acres on Ducker Mill road through the streets another generation has nitson and these gathered along the way waved flags and cheered with excited faces All the schools of San Francisco were dismissed that the chil- ¬ dren might have a prnctlcal lesson in patriotism Every child clutched a flag and waved it ns the colors passed by All the streets were decorated Light batteries C and F of the Third artillery left on April lth Theirs was not so much of a triumphal procession It has been years since San Francisco wns so excited over anything ns she has been over the departure of the United States regulars from the Presidio Everything was forgotten except that war was on Since last they tramped SAN ANTONIO HOUSTON GALVESTON Solid Vcitibuled Tiaim with Pullman Slecpors Harvoy Dining Halls and Roclining Chair Car Maps timo tables and full Information furnished upon application to W GEO T KICIIOLSOJ MEITHLE Trav Pasi i Agent Gonl Pasjr Agent ST LOUIS MO ST LOUIS MO C timber Price S500 acres of bottom land 2 rmrt houses 2 barns well watered 1f ncrea cash balance in one and 2 jfiirs at 6 per cout Tho best farm in the neighborhood f SU0O cusss-rrr3s-- av5 -- wV fh V j IIIHIIIIM Besides theso we havo other fnrms nud will take pleasure in ihowing any of them to parties wish ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab tiactH ot title furuiBhed all purchas urs JNow is tno timo to buy real r Bale ¬ estate Daily delivered In the city N t Tl -- Jjl J of tho mines partially doveloped Vein of coal 5 foot thick llnest tpiul lty One tract contains 500 acres Three tracts of coal lands two AiTV - a rtlfs 10 Cis Per - leek CWveieACH Lard Country Produce 67c 8c C7c Butter Eggs New feathers Beeswax Tallow Giusong per lbHoney Tub washed wool Greased 15l7e 2S85c 1821o 2jo - 2225 13 10c 2Gc 18o Poultry Y 175 ncres ono I5f acres All within 1 milo Illinois Central 11 It Will sell at bargains and on easy terms Here aro fortunes for tho right men For salo or exchange a good pay ing hotel at tho famous Dawson Springs Will soil at a bargain or exchange for improved farming land well located For salo a good first class boardWill ing houso at Dawson Springs sell on easy torms or exchango for flood notes Tho owners business lompols him to rosido elsewhore 10 aero ranch well improved near San Diego Cul Will exchango for property in Christian county Ky ono ¬ ¬ inmeK v-- - t91 i i 7 itti 212 S Main RATES BY MAIL B Tele 99 2 Daily One Month - - 35 - Daily Three Months Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition 100 - 400 yr 200 chiekonB live per lb - Roosters Grniu Clover per bushel Com Wheat Com shelled Live stock Hoga Sheep Cuttle Cfilvoa 8c 2c 8 4Cc A CALIFORNIA MASCOT Ono of the Doga of War Itlgged Up by San Francisco Patriots William Robinson Agt Off ice Webber Street The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrate with the best pictures to be obtained V33B0 2508f0 Hides nutl Furs Green hides Groon Baited hides ryfliut P VogotabloB Now potatoes per bushel Ciibbago por head Watermelons m s i J Florida Flour Retail latent per bbl Standard Ha- y- pr bblMvrVS5fi0 owt QTiouy Olpver par v as was the departure of the infantry 75c two days later The Presidio where troops were stationed at Snn XVan 50o the Is some miles from town Frbm clsco the last bugle call to the time when n certain fine dust fnr down the road wan all that wns left of them not a wifo in the long rows of cottages had a dry eye 25Q4 Even the civilians were visibly nffected says Leslies Weekly The departure of the historic First infantry was even moro of an event Streets were blocked whole platoons of people Joined in the was playing and 7 Jo patriotic airs the band from In front of the Palace hotel where 10l2o millionaires nnd club men stood on the cobbles to the ferries where sooty faced workiiigmen stood In their carts GOo to cheer the feeling was the snme 2Go Nothlug excited more enthusiasm than the Httle dogs of war There were several of thoe tricked out in gay 8GB0o blankets decorated with legends such as Cuba or Iii8t nnd Remember the Maine They rode on the caissons of the guns otstrottcd behind their com 575 panics TJicTtat Infantry sent by San Francisco JmHJlic honor to bo thu first regiment ordclcd to Cba Call ioruU eteems It nn Honor especially as ek Om Shatter also hWU from Uiw jtfwrea s MJ EMI A5vy- muiiLi ifji M 2THR0UDH VESTIBULEO TRAIHSDAILY THR0U6HSLEC- Hopkinsville Ky PINGSEUFfET CARS FROM NEVORLEANS NASHVILLE To All Local The Mews gtatc and CHICAGO WORTH READING fPJEFFRIESOPA eVANSVILLEIND 0nhlLLHANG5A HASttVltLEJENN National Subscribe Now And Get The News Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office in the Ken ¬ tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephono 99 2 Address Chas M Meacliani PuMishcr 3r0l r WIM BE FOUND IN TIIU 67o KENTUCKlN At a meroly nominal price the Now York Ledger UmaklnK one o tho most remarknblu Camera ollora of thOBeason They aro sandlni out an lmmenaii numborof cameras to oil parts of tho United Statou It U in reality but -- AND TIIE Wee k 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of Jones vs The Germania Insurance Co An equity case of minor importance betwecd Wall and Bingham was up in circuit court this morn ing Mr L Yonts of North Christian was this morning sworn in as a member of the bar of Christian county if f t wl The Veach Case Following is the abstract of the court of appeals decision N Railroad Company vs L Charles S Veach Filed June 10 East Seventh street Appeal from Christian CircuitCourt Mr Peter Fox of Louisville is Opinion of Not to be reported spending a part of his vacation with the court by Judge Bttrnam af- - iriends in this city firminir re- ¬ Buckner First It was a question of fact Misa from a two Lander has to weeks visit properly submitted to the jury as to turned whether an injury caused to plain ¬ Madisonville will Miss Georgia Williamson tiff in coupling two of the defend ¬ ants cars of a peculiar construction¬ leave to morrow foij Kansas City to unknown to plaintiff would have oc- spend the summeiwith relatives curred if he had used a coupling Mr and Mrs Gus Holman of stick provided by the company Adairville Ky arrived this morn- ¬ Second It cannot be said that an ing and will spend a few days with instruction was erroneous which Mrs S J Daltdn on East Seventh nifVinirh jrrhuninir a number of street propositions together properly di Mr and Mrs Campbell Gant left rnrfpfl tin attention of the iury to tVin pnndlHnns unon which the at noon for a short visit to relatives to Ce- ¬ plaintiff was entitled to recover at Hopkinsville going thence to spend several and was not misleading to an ordi rulean Springs days Owensboro Inquirer narily intelligent jury Joe McCarroll H W Bruce D Miss Lucy Davis who lives near for appellant W S Calhoon passed through the city Warfield B Pryor John Feland W R Howell today enroute to Hopkinsville C H Bush for appellee where she has eccepted a position BASEBALL SPECIAL Prof John Sollee of Beverly is in town today Mr Paul Keith oi Crolton is ti the city on business to day Mrs Elizabeth Howell of Ju1ienJ is visiting her son W R HoweUj Esq T H Major and daughter of Beverly are in the city today j Mr Frank Ashmore of Crof tonj is spending the day here wiftn friends Mrs Win Perkins of TrentonKy is visiting Mrs J M Adams to day Miss Phronia Murphey of Stj Charles is the guest of Mrs W 1 Fowler Col C A Thompson returned last night Irom a visit to French Lick Springs Miss Lizzie Allen of near Cadiz is visiting Miss Kate Quick on i day afternoon at 4 oclock at the MVW Residence of his BKing The remains yiili be taken to Galveston on the JQanta Fe train this afternoon Colonel Baker wasborn at Jrince Kentucky tqh Caldwell county old He married antl was 66 years Miss Sue E Summer of Ofopkins ville Ky and moved to Ciuippell Hill Washington county Texas before the war He was in the Confederate cavalry a member of Perrys Rangers At the close of war he moved to Galveston where he conducted a cotton factorage business for a few years under the son-in-law I divide music into two parts Colonel A C Baker died yester ¬ music and 3acred music Music1 is the hirhiOny of sweet sounds t Ve find music first and always in nat ure The songs of birds the sigh ¬ ing of the wind through the pines the hum of insects in all the mo ¬ tions of water wind and air we find music 3 CENTS GO ON M W Baker firm name of A C of his brother M W At the death the fini dissolved Baker and he and other moneyedmen of Galveston built two cotton com ¬ presses the Texas compress and the Gulf City compress Col Baker was superintendent and had full control of these presses for a num ¬ ber of years Colonel Baker Was apast grand commander and a thirty third de gree Mason and wlllbe buried with Masonic honors While Galveston was his home after moving from Chappell Hill for the past four years he and his wife spent a great deal of their time in Houston at theresTdence of Mr and Mrs W- B Kjng Mrs King being his daughter His wife and this daughter are his only remaining near relatives Houston Post June 14 in 1870 -- Dr Morril by the way paid his way througluthe Theological Semi ¬ nary of Chicago by playing an or ¬ gan He says when choirs concert and orchestrate themselves and when the people join in then shall we have church music In the course of this talk Mr Morrill accused Dr ftfaton of not singing Dr Eaton now rose to a personal explanation He said Once I was sent for to see an ill man He asked me to read and pray I read and prayed He asked me to sing I sang he died therefore I never sing any more The subject was fifrther discuss- - SALE v TO DAY t MMMimm ALSO TWMfmrr Fine sheer India Linen - - gc yard 5C yard 5C each flOc each 50c Printed corded dimity Ladies line ribbed vests taped neck Ladies bleacned ribljed vests taped neck and arms Mens fine balbriggan and fancy underwear worth Ladies fine muslin gowns handsomely trimmed - 25c 79c Si yard Celebrated Columbia negligee madras shirts newest patterns Exquisite French organdies small patterns - 9c Atid a world of daitity choice bargains titat will savevbu much w - Sunday School Workers Paducah Ky June 17 The following Executive Committee was yesterday elected for three years by the Sunday school convention J C Strother Louisville M E Church South Rev J H Eager Louisville of the Baptist Churph M W Neal of Louisville Cumber- ¬ land Presbyterian ChurchRev E L Warren of Louisville Northern Presbyterian Church J GrLpomis ot Louisville Episcopal Church Rev Louisyille Fred Ranch Evangelical Association Harrodsburg Southern Pres byterian Church Prof E R Kay Beaver Dam Christian Church D E Albert Stoll Louisville M Church T B Sellers to fill an un- expired term until 1899 The name was changed from the Kentucky Sunday schppl Union to the Ken ¬ tucky Sunday school Association The name of the State paper was changed to the Kentucky Sunday Liberal respon- school Reporter ses were made to the call for donations ¬ - JcDR JMFROST Secretary S S Hoard - - -- Owensboro Inquirer Mrs Emma Long and son Luth- ¬ er left Wednesday to attend the t GAMES Baptist Association at Hopkins- ¬ RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS Miss Maude Coleman re- ¬ ville Chicago 9 Cincinnati 1 turned Tuesday from Hopkinsville V Baltimore 6 Brooklyn 5 3 accompanied by her sister Louise New York 11 Philadelphia Princeton Republican Boston 2 Washington 1 Miss Bessie Muir of St Bethle- ¬ HOW THEY STAND hem who has been visiting her ft Clubs Won Lost sister Mrs E T Faxon- will 15 33 Cincinnati to morrow accom 17 return home 32 Boston 18 panied by Miss Hallie Collins and 30 Cleveland 19 Miss Myrtle Lawson 26 Baltimore Chicago New York ed by Rev J N Prestridgs Rev y W L Jones Rev E H Maddox and Dr Eaton Dr Eaton spoke of the wonderful singing at Spur geons church London where there is no chojr but a precentor or lead- ¬ er and singing by all the people He spoke also of Dr Archibald Browns church in East Loudon The Daily Kentuckikn - Pittsburg- - 27 26 25 Philadelphia Brooklyn Washington St Louis Louisville 19 18 18 1G 22 23 23 26 27 HERE AND THERE Mr Gus Bradshawof the Casky is reported seriously 15 32 neighborhood 31 ill 35 SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY Louisville at St Louis Philadelphia at New York Cincinnati at Chicago Baltimore at Brooklyn New styles in Baby Buggies just See and price them It will pay you A W Pyle Miss Lula Earle has been elected to a position in the public schools of in W V AVashington at Boston - Madisonville Dr J A Vance an Osteopath w doctor will locate in Madisonville DAILY MARKET REPORTnext week Rev C D Cody of Georgetown Corrected Dully Hy Hen ltuwIliiH Hunker will preach at South Union Sun ¬ Hopkinsvllle Ky and llroker day June 19th at 11 oclock a m Chicago Market I Opg- - I Htet- - I B dispose of her at a bargain Per- ¬ fectly safe for a lady to drive 68U The picnic to have been given 32 this afternoon by Misses Holloway 32 and McClannahan in honor of sonable Parties desiring a pleas- 23 Misses Holliday and Shelby has ant place to board would do we I to 20 been postponed ring 187 or call on Mrs Wells for CO 75 Marshals Lowry and Allison at terms and full particulars Princeton arrested Dan Odell a 45 Mr Alayo a Lieutenant painter He is wanted in Lawrence 69 ot Bowling George R Mayo ville Ills on a charge of highway New York Stocks nntl Cotton Green a former resident of this Opg Higt Closing robbery After his arrest Odell city has been nominated as jcc- admitted his guilt and says he has 6 46 46 Aug Cotton 6 46 been in eleven States since be com- ¬ ond lieutenant in the regular army 1 15 1G Am Tob 1 14 tf mitted the crime which occurred of the United States by President 99 Chicago Gas 99 last December He has been at McKinley Mr Mayo was on sev ¬ 1 05 C B 1 04 05 Q in Princeton work about two eral occasions an actor on thV 52 52 52K months with Lexie Allison a stage here and mail clerk for sew-05 H 1 04 Manhattan 1 04 His many iriends in eral years painter 1 33 Sugar 34tf 132 this city will be glad to learn of his Coal 23 Iron Mr E V Harrison has filed a promotion 23tf 23tf ChleiiRolCccolnls To duy personal deed of trust for the bene ¬ 20000 Head fit of his creditors naming Mr II Hogs Whew Hot 2000 Head Leech as trustee He conveys allhis Cattle personal and real estate except the Hop JUnrket Then why not get i Gas Ranor 20000 home place The feed mill proper ¬ and keep the heat out of the house Hogs To day 17000 ty on North First street near Main It is more economical than coal or Hogs His many friends will wood absolutely free from danger 395 is included Light The bus ¬ of explosion can be purchased at1 400 be sorry to learn of this Mixed iness of the firm of Harrison 390 Rough jobbers prices with 30 days trial 405 Dortch will not be affected by this and 30 feet of service pipe free from Heavy action Clarksville Journal the Hopkinsville Gas and Light Total Cleuruncoa All Ports company iiowe uujiui Main 700000 bus Wheat and Flour Exp street Open from 7 to in the Remember You evening Ask for Mr Patton Wants Hlin Arrested will ncld Hot Rolls Bread und Manager Remember the Tlaine Bettie Wheeler this morning had Saratoga Chips during the Baptist Telephone 159 and Place to get your fine Merchant a warrant issued before Judge Association Leavell charging- Will Mackey with have my wagon call Tailoring is by Fowright Pants J L MitMCR made for 3 5 7 and SuitsifH breach of the peace Mackey had at 2 p w The Cream Bread Baker not been arrest I I Cash Wheat 78 78 July Wheat 69 Sept Wheat 70tf 32 32 ji July Corn 33 33 Sept Corn 24 July Oats 24tf 21 Sept Oats 21X 9 62 62 July Pork 5 85 85 July Lard 5 45 45 July Ribs Sept wheat puts GGI calls Rev S N Vail wishes to sell his Closing line family mare with buggy will 80 75 Now Ready for Boarders Mrs J F Wells beautiful brick residence on West Seventh street has been completed and Mrs Wejls To has opened a boarding house for the accommodation of the public The Whitsitt Matter First class board furnished by the The association can hardly es- ¬ For we will fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man day week or month Transient Now is the time for action as it is daily being proven business also solicited This new cape a renewal of the controversy survives building is large airy andconvient- - over what has become known as that to the victor belongs the spoils Dr ly located antl Has all modern im- ¬ the Whitsitt controversy Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to securp provements including electric W II Whitsitt prepared an article for an encyclopedia taking a posi- ¬ lights hot and cold baths etc the spoils inas much as we furnish them with-by-inthe best Fare the best and rates very rea- ¬ tion on baptism antagonistic to the 4 r where the same rule holds Announcements followed and the body was dismissed by Rev W D Njwlin of Nicholasville Ky Dr Andersons Sermon Last night at 8 p m at the Bap- ¬ tist church the sermon before the ministers meeting was preached by Rev J H Anderson of Owcnton from Ephesians 6 10 Mr Morrill presided at the organ Rev I P Trotter offered the invocation Rev J Q Bow read Second Corinthians fourth chapter and followed it by prayer Then followed the splen ¬ did sermon and the dismissal of the congregation by Mr Anderson 400 PER YEAR the Colors the Mast teachings of the Baptist church Being at the head of a denomina- ¬ tion school he was at once taken to District associations all task over the state adopted resolutions of censure and asked him to re sign The general association last year asked the Kentucky trustees to use their influence to se ¬ cure his resignation and the Mis ¬ sissippi ussocirtjon took still more radical action and adopted a reso- ¬ lution withdrawing support from the Southern Baptist Seminary as long as Dr Whitsitt is at the head ¬ goods for the money NO ti- - s SURR ENDER is still our motto and we maintain the fight against all competi- ¬ tion A steady bombardment has effected some of our outports but has left some of our main lines in tact and we are still for- ificd with big lots of nf it Isnt It It is believed that the fight will hereto morrow as soon as the associatiinj convenes by the in ¬ troduction ofa resolution similar to the Mississippi resolution last come up WEA year Dr Whitsitt is on baud and ready to assist and the delegates are fast dividing themselves into twoclasBcs --Whitsittitdkandanti-Whitslttltes To-morro- RESISTER HOES 200 at 150 pair 1 Unless all signs fail there is liablij to be a lively time on the question u j when it comes up Trabue AndersoriReturnt Trabue Anderson one of the Hopkinayillc boya at Chickamaugn ITe was un ¬ returned last night able to pa the physical Examina ¬ tion St FOR MEN AT Leader shoes for ladies PAIR A jv A M Elegant silk vesting top shoes for ladies at 200 pair Yours forpejr or war and always for trude - As iW im i Jj PETREE JttLu COMPAN Jl