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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rt1 o 11 P BlWWP Sr Tt r0L 1 NO 45 Dtl HOPKINSVILLE -- enturkian rw- - KY SATURDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 18 1898 DR j- WHITSITT ON THE RACK tionDr Colemans Salty Resolutions rrorrcr J J m4 1 PRICE 2 CENTS m 4 ed Hot Fight Pr ecipitatedThe First Thing After Organiza Gen Aguinaldo Pro MADE A SPECIAL ORDER FOR THE AFTERNOON SESSIOJNOW Â¬ IN PROGRESS claims Philippine Independence The Final Triumph Is Now Close at Hand Special Manila advices via Hong June 18 Kong dated June 13th assert that Gen Aguinaldo the insurgent leader at a concourse of the rebel chiefs proclaimed the indeLONDON Â¬ Kcn- - tain Dr William II Whfteitt The evening session of the min thc General Association of Bap of as begun isters meeting- Friday night was tucky Baptists was Lexington mod- tistPresident the Southern Theological Seminary Dr W II Felix at interesting- one of Church History therein erator of the last session called the The leading- features frerapapprs - Â¬ and-Bro-fess- - The Second Coming of Christ body to order Rev J K Nunnel by Dr E N Dicken of Franklin ly Georgetown and Rev J GBow Devotion- Â¬ rind Dr J M Weaver of Louis Pembroke secretaries by Rev W ville The latter is not present al exercises were led Hymn but his paper was read by Rev J B Crumpton Georgetown Am I a Soldier of the Cross dis- Â¬ H Eager The topic was then cussed in short speeches by many Prayer by Rev J T Barrow The following speakers iucluding the venerable Elizabethtown committee on enrollment was an Dr Ford of St Louis Afterwards the report on obituaries was made nonnced by the moderator Rev Â¬ and five minute talks were heard B F Swindler Rev Jno A BenThe meeting lasted until nett Rev N T Callord Rev C on that after 10 oclock and adjourned with J H Nash invited to a seat on the out getting through This morn- Â¬ platform Rev W B Sherrill Thur ing a short session was held at 9 low the only surviving member oi oclock and the business finished the original body I Quite a discussion was prccipi- t tatedby the claim of several to seats in the body by virtue of life membership gained by payment of S30 Many delegates took part in aud Dr J S Cole- the discussion Vrt i me man moved tnnt an tnese it mem- hers shall be entitled to a seat in the body Dr T T Eaton in a short speech seconded this motion After a word or explanation by the dhnir themotion was Unanimously on I Rnv Cautbr Hkim Jones by the holding of the usual memo- Â¬ rial service At 10 oclock the Min- Â¬ isters meeting gave way for the or- Â¬ ganisation of the General Associa- Â¬ tion The Whitsitt matter ih to be the chief subject for consideration until A disposed of The anti Whitsitt sideWganized this morningfor a strong fight and they claim to have three fourths of The the association with them plan as arranged was for Dr J S Coleman to introduce the resolu- Â¬ tions virtually boycotting the Sem- Â¬ inary as long as Dr Whitsitt is at Upon these resolutions its head Dr Coleman Dr C G Jones Dr J T Christian Dr W K Penrod and Dr W H Felix are to each minutes speak fifteen is then to Dr T T Eaton close in a speech of half an hour The anti Whitsitt side is expected to be represented in speeches occu- Â¬ pying the same length of time an hour and a half to be made by Rev Carter nelm Jones of Louis- Â¬ ville and others Among the leaders on that side are Rev Jno O Rust of Nashville Dr W O Carvqf and Dr Robertson of the Seminary facility and Rev J N Preatridgqeditui of the Baptist Ar- Â¬ gus What course has been agreed upon by the Whitsittites is iwi known at the present writing If to discuss the matter it they want will occupy pretty much all of the afternoon WhjfsUt are nqy well understood Hu prepared an article on baptism for Johnson Encyclopedia in which he made thetatement that baptism by imnHjrsJgifc wa8 not practiced by the BnplJScluirqh prior to 1041 In four articles Written fov the New Yprk Independent bo took the same position These aHMD in i i evidence ts Th Association 0 iW accusations against Dr Mating the BkU and Whereas by their said resolu- Â¬ tion the Trustees waived aside the known and officially expressed cpn- victions and wishes of a great nura ber of Baptist bodies among these bodies being the General Associa- Â¬ tion of Kentucky and by reaffirm- Â¬ ing the former action which pro-Â¬ duced the expression of these con- Â¬ victions and wishes declined tQ give them any due consideration whatever and Whereas our conviction that Dr Whitsitt is unfit for his present pq Stion has been strengthened by I ll tle events of the last year RhV WM H WltlTTSITT Now therefore Resolved c propose that the opponents First That the Southern Bap to make the special order for 2 p m tistSeminary shall not be allowed make anpj report to this body or pre- - thai ote be taken at 5 p m Di- sent anysaoneai 01 any sort so long uk the time as follows IJirMTVJH T oKill Un- in nnv Those scoring the resolution v illrwith the institu hae one hour opposing one and manenTtbnnected ion liiL half hours favorinif one half Second That if Dr Whitsitts houi thus filling thij three hours Dr Carter Helm Jones asks that connection with the Seminary has not ceased at the time of the next tlie question be considered separ- carried ThcfemrmitceVQn Enroll- - sessicm of the Southern Baptist --3 ment reported 225 delegates as Convention we urge that body WKev J WTPl orter moved that the adopt as the only means of pre- - question of dividing time be adopt present The body then proceeded to the serving its unity the resolution ed Dr Carter II Jones contended for election of officers and Dr J S proposed by Dr B H Carroll of by Texas whereby the conuitum his side to have half of the last one Coleman was called to the chair shall dissolve the bond of conncc- - half hour Dr Coleman refused to i the moderator Rew H C Roberts in a happy tion between that body and tlu grant it but said no new matter speech put in nomination Dr W Southern Baptist Theological Stnn- should be introduced in the last half hour H Felix pastor of Davids Fork nary Third That the clerk of tin- - Rev J O Rust attempted to county Dr Fayette church Carter Helm Jones seconded The Association be instructed to fo- speak but was not a member of the clerk was instructed to cast the rward a copy of these resolutions ti body visitors not having been yet Hon Joshua Levering chairman recognized The discussion waxed vote of the body for Dr Felix Dr Felix in again taking the of the Board of Trustees of South- warm and was taken part in by I depre Â¬ chair made a short talk thanking ern Baptist Theological Seminar Dr Kerfoot who said the body for the honor conferred with the request that they be laid cate a debate over this question Dr J T Christian nominated for before the Trustees at their iut Lets vote and be done with it There are only two things that First Assistant Moderator Dr F meeting could throw me into a debate on Fourth That a committee of Iim II Kerfoot of the Seminary a well the clerk be appointed by the Moderator to this question known parliamentarian cast the ballot for him Rev T S present these resolutions to the There is a proposition in those McCall nominated for Second As- Â¬ Southern Baptist Convention at its resolutions which I must speak to I have tried to keep out of the per- Â¬ sistant ModeratorDr E N Dicken next session f In support of the resolution Dr sonal issues of this matter butcould Dr Dicken declined Rev I M moved that the clerk cast the Coleman said in part Wise vote of the body for Dr J S Cole- Â¬ Since 188G he had tried to get a man for this office report to the body oflthe exact relaRev J T Barrow moved that tion between the Seminary and the Dr E N Dicken cast the vote for Southern Convention Baptist Rev J K Nunnelly as secretary That the relation is so slight that Rev J G Bow was all questions relating to the Semi of the body then elected assistant secretary nary have to be submitted to the and Dr Nunnelly statistical sec- Â¬ arbitrament of public opinion He retary regretted to have to present the association then passed to motion but the Seminary is not un The the consideration of business der the control of the denomination Committee on Public Worship through its constituted authorities The pastor and deacons of this Therefore we must present Jhis mochurch with Dr J W Warder and tion to break the connection betwin Rev J G Parsons these two institutions Dr J S Coleman then came for- Â¬ While it is in Dr Whitsitt -ward and read the following reso Â¬ power to pour oil ontheseperturbiil lutions waters he will not do so Public Resolutions The Whitsitt sentiment is the Baptistgovernmeut Whereas the Trustees of the It is stronger than any member of RKV V H KltRlOOT Southern Baptist Theological Sem the denomination between earth inary at their recent session in and Heaven He has an unbroken not afford it as a professor in the Norfolk Va adopted a resolution confidence in the ability of the Bap- seminary by which they decided to re- - tist church to rid themselves of all Quite a debate took place as to who do not honor those sentiments whether there ought to be a debate The A motion on division of time was We must do something Carroll resolution of Norfolk look put but such was the number of to the idea I mean if we can not persons claiming the floor that it control a concern we ought not to was defeated Finally this motion be responsible for it Let the Bap was carried mmr im MTr i i tists of the South either control the Dr Coleman moved that at5 pm vote be taken by yeas and nays Seminary or get rid of it t Dr Kerfoot declared this not un Â¬ for Baptists are held resppnsjibje the teachings ot the Seminary We constitutional but deprecated by acts j II 5f do notdesire this Unless Dr Whit Â¬ Mell under whom the body sitt shall change before next May for religious bodies sup Â¬ R W Mnhan said this kind of wq say to Kentucky Baptists at Louis Â¬ port the Carroll resolution Â¬ pendence of the Philippine Islands from Spanish rule 3000 prisoners taken Gen of money which Besides Aguinaldo has captured a great deal he has intrusted to Admiral Dewey for safe keeping The fall of Manila is close at hand The Pluton Was Hit Once Special Correspondencia De Espano says in Madrid June 18 Many of the shots from the American the bombardment of Santiago gunj fell into the bay One shot hit the torpedo boat Pluton Havana dispatches say the newspapers are unanimous in believing that serious dissensions exist among the insurgent leaders some of whom are neutral and others anxious to oppose the Americans whose tyranny they dread The Guerrilla Marino prints a letter purporting to be from Gomez to the Junta at New York protesting against Ameri- Â¬ can intervention in the Cuban question Movements of Cruisers The cruiser Columbia injured in Special New York June 17 a collission is ready to leave the navy yard as soon as she receives orders The cruiser Topeka is expected to start for Key West tomorrow The Hannibal with provisions leaves today The U S ship Supply is at Philadelphia and will return to Santiago as soon as she is loaded with supplies Â¬ The Queen Regents Abdication New York June 18 Special A Herald special from Madrid Â¬ says The news concerning the Queen Regents intended abdication isonly half hcartedly denied by the Spanish press The Queen Regent on the advice of her ministry has postponed the plan of abdicating at once but declares that when the time is more opportune she will do so Â¬ A Rich Mans Generous Offer Â¬ David II King Jr owner of Ho- Â¬ Special tel Renaissance Jekyl Islands Ga has offered his hotel to the Govern- Â¬ ment for a military hospital till the end of the war He will also mam tain the house and defray all expenses New York June 18 Â¬ McKinley Expecting Some News The President and War Depart Â¬ Special Washington June IS ment will not be surprised to hear to day that theTampa expedition has reached Santiago though not expected to do so until Sunday Â¬ Rumored Arrival of Manila Troops Special U is rumored that the first detach Â¬ Shanghai June 18 ments of the troops to reinforce Admiral Dewey have arrived at Manila but this is probably only guess work Â¬ Italy Has a Cabinet Crisis Marquis Dirudini has placed the resig Â¬ Special nations of the Ministry in the hands of the King Rome June 18 t m M ip jjv Â¬ ir 4Hr 0Xi Next Week in Congress Special The Hawlian annexation wiU Washington Junl 18 monopolize the attention of the Senate next week In tl u irquse the Gen oral Deficiency bill will be taken up again tM 1 I eioh of TqtTXAK ville next May CONTINUED ON 4TU tMSK f iwpfaH I f wMI r W lW trf eeeeih fPJF n J a - r r 7 t WBkfIH 0 mw f TTS ttbejDat2 ftentucfrtati Fublahed OKAS HB RQDE THE BRONCHO A ecr ynnff except Sunday KSAOX iM ala s Kaln A by filtered by carriers to all part 10 CENTS o the city at Kentucky Private Wlio tlnguislicd Himself Dls- - PER WEE it 10 wdE SUBSCltlPTIOX RATES EB Week 35 v Per Mostn IS pvakoe Yeab m Aim 100 8 Montds ih Advance Per jog Perhaps those horses at Tampa thought a Spanish gunboat was coming again One of the effects departure from the country is the failure of the largest gumshoe factory in Boston Col of Our Forein Pocy Dr Hunters to Yancey Carter of Atlanta is raisinc a company m uunr mnnnchinora for service in Cuba Pshaw that critter li aint so had sen the Hawaiian Islands beside the bad but that he kin be rid and Im Several of his recruits tences suspended in order Uat possibility of holding other Spanish the feller that kin ride him This it The Montana roughs stared at possessions indefinitely they might join the army is asserted would constitute a re the Kentuckian aiid then grinning Senator Lindsay doesn t stand versal of our traditional policy from nudged one another as one of them y on his party platform but his term the very founding of our govern- Â¬ said Dr Wiiitsitt oc- Â¬ ment If this be true it is no argu Â¬ will soon be out Git straddle of him ye think yer cupies the same relation to his ment against the wisdom of a differ Â¬ so good church platform it Is alleged but ent policy beside being unfair as Wont hold me fch damages to the facts If neighbor Derbys will ye if I kill him has an indefinite term of office aSked the mare ate no corn it was because Kentuckian t Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller sizes she had her belly full of oats replied the Montana an No up the Whitsitt matter in this verse During the first quarter of a cen- Â¬ An we dont agreeto pay your in the Louisville Times tury of our national history we folks any damages for injuries to Whenever meets the Baptist host were indeed fortunate to be left your carcass neither f One fact strikes all the town With this Bryant filing himself The Whitsitt case like Banquos alone to develop the arts of peace even though we had to fight twice into the saddle and with a tree ghost Just simply will not down to uphold our neutral foreign policy limb swiped the bronco across of friendship for all entangling the loins Like a deer the animal The news has come from an alliances with none as declared leaped into the air coming down f authentic source that the Cadiz fleet by Jefferson has sailed east The recent an- - During this period if we had a twenty feet away and bucking with all his vigor Bryant svas nouncement from Madrid that the foreign polfcy it was rather a nega- Â¬ still in the saddle and he stayed i fleet had been declared unable to tive one But when the i Holy al- Â¬ there for twenty minutes finally cope with ours and might not sail was proposed President bringing the bronco back to the H at all was of course made to con liance Monroe proclaimed the more ag crowd tame as a lamb and foaming m ceal the real intentions of the gressive policy which has since like a Midway milkshake Spanish authorities borne his name for the protection asked Where are you from The first important convention of of Republican institutions on the one as the crowd ceased to applaud re- Â¬ From Kentucky be gad the year in Kentucky will be held Western continent as well as for July 5 to nominate a our own good This doctrince re- Â¬ plied Bryant at Lebanon Democratic candidate for appellate cently threatened the peace of the Then they took him to the can- Â¬ Lew- - two great English speaking na- Â¬ teen and drank to the health of judge to succeed Chief Justice Col Grisby who wit Â¬ is There are four candidates J tions of the world and so far con- Â¬ Kentucky P Hobson Elizabethtown Jno S stitutes about the sum of our inter- Â¬ nessed the incident went over to Kelley Bardstown James Garnett ference in international affairs Be- Â¬ theKentuckyjcavalry camp and con- Â¬ H Columbia and J C Beckham yond this it can scarcely be said gratulated Capt Perkins on the The race is a close that we have pursued an aggress- Â¬ r efficiency of his men LShelbyville ive foreign policy in the strict sence The Kentuckians by the vay Band doubtful one i of the term yet we have constantly will go with Grisbys command sGen Miles is now in Washington pursued a most aggressive one in the order placing them with the trying to persuade the President the acquirement of territory at home First Ohio having been revoked Ptn nnstnnne the invasion of Cuba Our time and energy have been m a ran ms piau u ne nas any spent in until liopkinsville Produce Tlarket the internal development plan further than to do nothing in the acquisition Cash prices paid by Hopkinsville of a nation which is to occupy Santiago and San and development of territory stands merchants Juan and then wait for a peaceful with out an equal in history Bacon In other surrender of Havana Louisana was purchased under Hams country to remain many the administration of Jefferson 810c words his plan is 7 Shoulders dJ5Ac miles away trom possible clanger Florida under that of Monroe Tex Â¬ Sides I57c as annexed under that of Tyler The dynamite cruiser Vesuvius the Mexican conquest under that of Lard 57cj has been given a trial at Santiago Polk w Country Produce and Alaska purchased and it was shown that her guns under Grant yet the constitution Butter 15173c could be fired without becoming nowhere in express terms author- Â¬ 8 Eggs boomerangs The dynamite shells izes the general government to en- Â¬ New feathers 2885o did awful work and aided very large the national domain by any Beeswax 1821c greatly in the destruction of the of these methods With all these pre Tallow 2Je batteries that were so effectually cedents it is too late to say that it Ginseng per lb 222 silenced Wednesday in the third is unconstitutional and considering Honey 10c and most successful bombardment the politics of these gentlemen no 2Gc Tub washed wool of Santiago Greased 1318c one can say that it is undemocratic as- Â¬ We have added no territory during Poultry The Kentuckian does not Y chickens live per lb 8c sume to express an opinion on the the present generation further con- Â¬ Roosters tinental growth is inpracticable 2c Whitsitt matter but viewed from an outside standpoint it seems that but if opportunity presents itself we Grain some action ought to be taken to must take no backward step Our Clover per bushel 58 settle once tor all what is becoming commerce demands an outlet our Com 45c a worm eaten chestnut in every young men are seeking new fields Wheat 75c gathering the Baptists have This of labor and from a confederation Corn shelled 50c endless controversy is doing harm of states we have grown to be a na- Â¬ Live stock to the church and dividing it into tion with all the attributesof national HogB 53150 And not the least sovereignty irreconcilable factions Sheep S250350 among these is our patriotism and A terrible stampede occurred at national pride Cattle S2504 Those statesmen Tampa Thursday night among the who fail to adjust themselves to our Calves 3504 horses and unbroken mules belong- Â¬ present opportunities will be set Hides and Furs ing to the army and kept in corral aside The present war will Green hides67e near the camp of the Second New awaken a pride in our new navy 7Ao Green salted hides and First that will never be satisfied until we York Fifth Maryland Dry flint WLo H District of Columbia volunteers have a battleship for every star on The camps are in the garrison res- Â¬ our flag a cruiser for every great Vegetables ervation and near the business city in our land New potatoes per bushel 60c part of the city Just what started Our merchant marine will be Cabbage per head 26o the stampede may never be known restored to the first rank among all Watermelons Wild excitement prevailed but no nations The needs of our new Florida 8550o lives were lost J navy and our expanding commerce It seems now that the Clay coun- Â¬ will be sufficient reason for retain- Â¬ Flour Rotail Patout per bbl 575 ty war is at an end for the present ing the sovereignty of the Philip Â¬ 5 50 Standard per bbl pines and the Sandwich Islands The leaders on the Baker side have We ought also to take the Carolines nay surrendered themselves to the au Â¬ Â¬ thorities and were taken to Man- Â¬ to blot out the Spanish outrages up Clover per cwt 55o in chester by the State guard under on our peaceful missionaries Good Timothy 70o The Nicaraguan Col Walter Forrester iThey said those islands The Louisville Times complains that their bondsmen should not suf Â¬ canal becomes a national necessity Â¬ fer and all they asked was protec- Â¬ Call it imperialism or the less dig- that the colored men in Louisville tion The Howards and Whites nified term of jingoism if you will are not tumbling oyer each other Such is our national destiny and to join the army Since the war though collected in the town to the then and not till then will we be began the white recruiting station number of 100 or more and all heavily armed made no movement in a position to accomplish our has enlisted 403 men while only 165 to molest them Their trial was peaceful mission among the great colored men have enlisted and 65 of these were picked up out in the set for Wednesday and was reached family of nations Judge Brown Wednesday evening President Faure of France has State by Lieut Johnson One rea Â¬ did not undertake to hear the cases invited AI Ribot to form a Cabinet son perhaps is that there is to be but passed them Without giving to take the place pf the Meline no State regiment of colored troops the prisoners bail and a change of ministry that resigned on Wednes Â¬ and all colored volunteers must be assigned to the regular army day venlie was taken - mmTEIf Much has b Jen sa1d and written recently con cernjng the traditional foreign po cy of the United States The occ for this is due to the phenoir ienaj SUCCCjH 0f our fleet in the p aciiic and the temporary if n0 permanent occupation of the Philippine Islands by our armies and to the peaceful annexation of CON1T Chickamauga Park Lytle Gn June 17 Private Charley A Ken of Troop Bryant distiii tucky cavalry lias guished himself as a rough rider He had gone over to the eairjp of Grisbys rough riders and Was one of the two or three hundred specta tors assembled around a bucking broncho which had thrown live privates and an officer in quick Some one ventured succession assertion that that was the the worst horse Grisbys boys had tackled The immense stock of clothing shoes and furnishing goods is fastf disappearing at the Mammoth Clothing Shoe Jos store Yet we have some elegant goods to sacrifice Here are a few things that are attracting attention Bargains that are leaving our house every day Balbriggnu Undershirts sold all over town at 40c v Our Price w Colored ShiAa worth 150 Our Priqo Mouarch THE LfD ft OUND jj5c J QQ Mens Hoavy Cheviot Work ShirtH Poldnt 50c Our Price r Mens Fancy Colon d Shirts soft and Negligee t s ti3j QPjp - 1 tr 4 vr ivy with and without collars Inundried worth 50c Scrivou8 Elastic Drnwuto sold nt SUOO Our RKfi Price i Childrens SI1003 and slippors sold at SI 00 Our KQn Price Childrens Shoes and Slippers sold at 5125 Our figo Price ChildreuB Shoes nun Slippers sold at SI 50 Our I vu Price Kid Shoes laco and button all toes QQn Ladies Sl50 3l and sizes Our Price Lilly Brackott Cos 5 00 Mens Shoes Our JO KQ Prico p Our Leading Brands of S3 00 Shoes nil stylen s Our Prico - 25 Oloihitfg Goods in proportion If you want the best and cheapest suit you ever bought call in at once as this sacrifice cannot hold on always In our childrens CLOTLIINGr we have made the same extra BARGAINS Our 450 500 and 600 lines at 300 Our S3 50 and 400 lines at 200 Mens H MAMMOTH SHOE OO Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS QTADF 3 1 Tlie Great Hopkiusville Mecca viL - For Economical Biivers i t THE PUBLIC ing etci before making their purchases departments ullltw lUJftiJLT72 Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods Notions Cloth Â¬ Everything new and lip-to-date in all SEE Our fijhoy are Ready-To-We- ar Suits Dandies made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH V IN SHOES we have Ik Best ill ilic Latest Styles YOU GIVE US A CAtL AND WE WILL PLEASE REMEMBER THE PLACE Next Door to Hardwicks The Present Crisis TrlEPOST DISPATGH t Is tlie Only St Louis Paper With Ita Own Staff Correspondents at all Points of Interest At Havana Mr Sylvester Scovol- At Madrid Mr A E Houghton TCntiHSll J Mr Stfinhnn At New York At Washington Mr Whiskies Brandies Wine Cordials There iare many Spurious Kinds and many NO GOOD KINDS Then there is a I A P jgTHE Morton Watkins DISPATCH seven TUE NEWS OP THE DAT IN POST 15 ceutB a week livered by ugentj 60 centB u mouth if sent by mail L N days if de- Â¬ TIME TABLE TIUINS SOUTII No No No No No No No No HopkinBvillo Ac 015 a m 600 a m Fast Lino 51 Fast Mail 518 pm 11 16 pm 91 NO Limited 55 58 TRAINS NOUTn The best Kind is what we SELL and at as low prices as the sptt rious kinds are Sold A TRIAL IS CONVINC8NG 92 52 56 45 Chicago Limited 936 a m St Lou Ex mail 10 8 n m Hopkinsville Ao 825 pm 948 p in Fast Lino 1 Royal Liquor Co Only Liquor Store in Christian County Nashville Accommodation docs not run on 4nndav r North bound St Loola auu Chicago trolushave hrough truin tolld and aleepert Uhlcauo and St Louis faatUno Mops only at important atatloui aud croMlnga Ha krottgh Iulbnan olep rs to Atlanta Ga t- ri Nomina bom UYTmmuKK JKAdAM8Akiiv S J SMTJIEL Proor L 203 SOUTH MAINSTI tT V r iif i ikm kwi rfc i tu M 0 c sp wr Marry Tandys Bride A Paducali special to the Louis Â¬ ville Times has this to say of Ilarry Tandys approaching- wedding announced in Wednesdays KEN- Â¬ TUCKIAN OLD TRICKS Conjuring as m in tho ffl It Was Practiced IS Seventeenth Century The marriage will take place at the Palmer House June 29 at 9 p nv Rev B B Reed of Grace Episcopal church officiating- After the ceremony a reception will fol- Â¬ low at the hotel to which all the society people and other friends will be invited Mr and Mrs Tandy will leave at once for Cincin- Â¬ nati to attend the press convention and upon their return will visit friends in Hopkinsvillc before coming- to Paducah to reside Thebridetobe is one of Paducahs prettiest and most accomplished young ladies a fine vocalist and one of many other rare attainments She is a daughter of Mr John Seg enfelter an old and respected citizen who has amassed quite a competency Mr Tandy is well known to the newspaper men of Kentucky having been connected with various papers here for the past ten years now being- city editor of the Evening - TMVwn TTiq linmn mno Cnrmnrlv iti w Hopkinsville and he is deservedly popular with all who know him He and his charming- bride will have the best wishes of a host of friends especially among the press boys - The Best War News The Louisville Courier Journal is now publishing the fullest most ac- Â¬ curate and most reliable war news of any paper in the South or West It is devoting all its energies to making- a reputation for its war re- Â¬ ports and is certainly succeeding admirably The Courier Journal has subordinated all other issues to that of the war Politics money civil service the tariff all are out of it now The war is the one topic discussed by the people and they want the news of it fresh and ac- Â¬ curate The Courier - Journal for success Some of the tricks arc such as this and is supplying the realizes would nowadays cause tho performer demand as no other paper can do to bo disliked to put it mildly for in- Â¬ Courier-JournThe Tvvice-a-Wee- k filled stance prints the cream of the daily and give have a nut anotherwith ink and bid this unto news It is issued Wednesday and him crack it and see what ho can find Saturday Theprice has been re- Â¬ in that which being done will cause cently cut from 1 to 50 cents a much laughter To keep a tapster year making unquestionably the from frothing his pots must have cheapest as well as the best paper been an amusement to tho wags of the published anywhere You get 104 period and for tins provide in readi- Â¬ six or eight page papers for 50 ness the skin of a red herring and when the tapster is absent do but rub cents arrangement a little on the insiie of his potsand By a special able to irolli them Courier Iournal he will not bein a good while afterdo the Twice-a-Wee- k what he can Kentuckian To counterfeit n diamond with a and the Twice-a-Wce- k will be sent one year for only 200 white saphir is a most useful accom- Â¬ Subscriptions under this offer must plishment but tho fraud is likely in be cash and must invariably be these days to be discovered and is sent through the Kentuckian more a chemical experiment than a Office trick Several tricks arc recommend- Â¬ ed which have animals as their sub- Â¬ Chris Hickman Will Get It ject and are for tho most part brutal Dr S H Hickman received a to our modern ideas perhaps tho least telegram this morning- says the objectionable is to seem to kill a al -- Conjurors in ancient times were irdt very respectublc members of so Â¬ cietywhen successful thoy enjoyed tho reputation of having sold tlkir souls to the Evil One and when of in- Â¬ ferior ability they gained notoriety by being either drowned or bunn cl Tho medieval magicians as well as tho Egyptian magicians and the Chal Â¬ dean sages wore only a strange mix turo of chemist conjurer and charla Â¬ tan and as these gentlemen were in tho habit of using their supposed oc- Â¬ cult powers to llioir own advantage they wero naturally unpopular The feats of jugglery wero for the mystifi Â¬ cation and not the amusement of tho public and for centuries conjuring had to it only a black side In the middle of the seventeenth century in the earliest years of tho restoration a number of tricks wore published in one of those facetious books which seem to have occupied tho press to a great extent at this time but which owing to their popu larity have for the most port per- Â¬ ished Tho chief recommendation to the greater muribcr of these tricks is that no apparatus beyond tho utensils of everyday life is necessary also it is suggested to the performer that ho can make some email profit out of his entertainment by prevailing on his audience to bet with him on the result To set a horses or an of tho trick asss head upon a mans head and shoulders seems impossible out of tho land of Faery but wo are in Â¬ formed that by boiling tho head cut the flesh off from a living animal oyle and then boyld may runno into by mingling tho hair beaten into pow Â¬ der with this oil and anointing the heads of the standers by they shall seem to have horses oj asses heads a costly experiment and fearsome if successful Hut besides this one can make people seem licadlessc and this without bloodshed and by Break tho following simple recipe arscnick very fine and boyle it with sulphur in a coverd pot and kindle it with a now candle and the stnndors Doubt- Â¬ by will seem to bo headlesse less a strong imagination is necessary REAL A Book U for Young and Old OUR RECORD VECURE NERVOUS ESTATE AGENT ABSTRACTS OF TITLE I Estd 1878 BLOOD SKIN PRIVATE DISEASES War w rrij Otsj WMifcrfMMftW mm 250000 DISEASED IA0E MEN CURED jj Money loaned at 6 per cent on first class real estate for a term of 5 years Wo Imvo for sale boiuo of tho best building lota in tbo city nud ou terraB to suit purchasers Prices muring from 20 to 8000 Thoy nro locutod in nourly ovory part of tho city Wo alRo lmvo for Balo farms in this and adjoining counties Thoso farniB aro owned by parties who wish to soil Below is a partial list of them A ilm rff3eEQJv ill i TlTft Y V jO YOUNG MAN whon ignorant of tho torriblo crlmo you woro committing Did you only congfdor tho fascinating allurements of this ovil Whon too lato to avoid tho tor hahlt rlhlo results woro vour ovns ntmnnil tn your poril Did you lator on in man Â¬ hood contract any IM VATK or BLOOD uisonsor woro you ourcur Doyounow and then poo eomo nlarming symptoms Daro you marry in your present con Â¬ dition You know FilKli FATHER LIKE SON If married aro you con- Â¬ stantly living in dread is marriaKO ft falluro with you ou nccount of nny weak Â¬ ness caused oy oarly ale or later ox Havo you hcti nursed with cossos morcury This booklet rt I point out to you tho results of tlioso crimes and point out how our NEW METHOD TREAT Â¬ MENT will positively euro you It shows how thousands havo boon f aved by our NEW TREATMENT It provos how wo can OUAJtANTEE TO JURE ANY CURABLE OASE OR NO PAY Wo treat and euro EMISSIONS VARICOCELE SYPHILIS GLEET CRET DRAINS UNNATURAL DIS Â¬ CHARGES KIDNEY and BLADDER dlsoasos r EBr fis Fine Farm near Kennedy Well improved good land well wa tered and timbered 180 acres Price 55400 A Farm of 350 acres on Butter- Â¬ milk Road Two thirds in fine timber good im provements well watered 8J miles from the city Big bargain Â¬ HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and and neighboring towns to sub f scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reliable war news Â¬ STRICTURE IMPOTENOY SEÂ¬ Price S900 106 CURES GUARANTEED Tho Wanes of Sin Pent free bv onclotintr Jo stamp CONSULTATION FREE If urmblo to call wrlto for UUKSTIOJM JiljAfllt lor UOflllS Farm of acres onButler Road Treatment Kennedy Kergan O 122 W FOURTH STREET MaiMmilM I CINCINNATI Threo and one half miles from the city well improved good orchard and uevor failing water Price 750 A farm of 20 acres on samo road 8 miles from the city well improv- ou a goou poultry or market gar deu farm in good neighborhood Price 100 Bail 7 Ke Qtucklans e Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home ancl p Ti1E Alamo StAfrOMO ran Farm of 75 acres on Greenville Road Six miles from the city The very best place in the neighborhood J timber good water buildings orchard and in a fine state of repair Price 650 A Â¬ M fS est BirarMr si lnd wl sii sFSssngrw a im s very fine little Farm of 87 acres near Elmo 1 2 St LouisSan FranciscoRlt THROUGH CAR ROUTE BETWEEN ST LOUIS AND Twenty acres of timber tho remain ing in high state of cultivation All tho buildings in good condition 3plondid neighborhood Price 2200 100 acres 5 Miles From City on Â¬ SPRINGFIELD PITTSBURG JOPLIIM WICHITA EUREKA SPRINGS PARIS FT SMITH DALLAS Russellville Pike Well improved 15 acres of timber near church and school Prico 1800 136 tjiS abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and every department of the paper is tl supplied with a I acres on Ducker Alill road SAN ANTONIO HOUSTON GALVESTON Solid Vejtifculed Tralnj with Pullman Slecpnrs Harvey Dining Hali and Reclining Chair Cars Maps timo tables and full Information furnished upon application to W C acres of bottom hind 2 good houses 2 burns well wnfnrwi IS imnn timber Price i loo 500 cash balance in one and 2 yeurH at 6 per cent The best farm in the neighborhood Besides these wo havo other farms for sale and will take pleasure iu Hhowiug any of them to parlies wishing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab Htracta of title furnished all purcluiH rs Now is tho time to buy rum Â¬ ifflOWlul jsj I II IMMBi news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western tucky Ken Â¬ MELVILLE GEO T SldlOLSOS Trav Passr Afjent ST LOUIS MO Genl Pajsr Agant ST LOUIS MO fiSSflrffi j -- ta - Inquirer from George horse and cure him again which Jesse Dr Clardys private secre- may be thus accomplished Take tary stating that Chris Hickman Mio seed of henbane and givoit tho Owensboro Â¬ had been appointed to the vacancy at Annapolis from this district This was gratifying- news to his his father as there were several contestants for the place He is a bright young fellow and will doubt- Â¬ less acquit himself with credit - Wedding at Eddyville T M Beeler of this city and Miss Grace Lyon v were married the brides father Gen H B Lyon of Eddy- Â¬ ville Wednesday morning at eight oclock Rev Chas L Nourse of this city officiating says the Princeton Republican The wed- Â¬ ding was a beautiful one Immedi- Â¬ ately after the ceremony the young people left for a bridal tour to Old Point Comfort and Washington of at the residence horse in his provender and it will cast him into such a sleep that ho will seem dead if you will recover him again rub his nostrils with vinegar and ho will seem to be revived The seem to be rovived sounds rather ominous and it is to bo noted that the correct quantity of henbane is not mentioned so that it might be best to try this ex Â¬ periment ou some one elses horse To make a shoal of goslins draw a timber logge sounds interesting but unfortunately tho directions aro To make a shoal of goslings vague or a gagglo of geeso to seem to draw u timber loggo is done by the verio means that is usd when a cat draws a fool through a pond but handled somewhat further off from tho be- Â¬ holders London Standard Ilor Guess mi lTirtin fn Hi PPSHBHIIBPIl LB Hi HI S HOLy WiHniMHITHHill Mmwmmmmommzw IMMMM III estate Three tracts of conl muds two of tho mines pnrlinlly developed Vein of coal 5 foetlhick finest qunl iry Ono trnct cnntulns GOO hitch ono 175 acres ono 05 acres All within mile Illinois Central 11 It Will sell at bargains and on easy terms H oro are fortunes for the right men For salo or exchange a good pay ing hotel at tho famous Dawson Springs Will sell at a bargain or pxchaugo for improved forming Innd well located For salo a good first class boarding houso at Dawson Snrincs Will Hi on easy torms or oxchango for oou notes The ownors business Jinpols him to reside olsowhore HO ncro ranch well improved near San Diego Cnl Will oxchango for property in Christian county Ky 1 Â¬ 11 -- Daily delivered In the city 10 CIS Wtti rpr TT Zmtufit Per Week r iirnjBimaaOTawrJnMiiiii Vyiwi IJI g Tele 212SMain 99 2 RATES BY MAIL Daily Otic Month - 35 Daily Three Months - lOO Daily One Year - 400 Semi Weekly Edition 1 yr 200 City Nctta Whitson has been arrested Missouri for a crime committed in Logan county sixteen years ago f In the fall of 1882 in the Jerricho in neighborhood near Lewisburg while working the road Whitson then a young- man shot and killed Tom Coursey his uncle - Congressman Fitzpatrick like all other Democrats who are asking a nomination will nave out little trouble in the Tenth district The convention mcets June 23 and he will probably go in with enough instructed votes to nominate -- havo not slept an hour at a time I have tossed upon my bod night after night only to arise weary and depressed in the morn Â¬ ings I cannot cat I como and go and am weighed down with ono all provading thought It is with mo in my waking hours It is with mo in my dreams She Ah it is too bad Im sorry for you JIo Mario have you not guessed what it is that troubles mo She Yos Youro afraid there may bo another call for men and that ydull havq to go and fight An hour afterward ho was still walking around in a circle and won Â¬ dering whother sho really meant it or not Chicago Daily Nows lie-1-F- a weok I Wllallillilil 2THR0UGH VBTIBUIEO TRAIIISDAILY 1HR0U6HSLEE William Robinson Agt Office Webber Street Hopkinsville Ky Tho Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news paes are illustrated 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M4imUM HERES NEWS A Recently Divorced Couple to Re Marry To morrov JURY HAS THH CASE IS EN0UND WITH Say for Yourself US Sonic of the New Taxes In Effect trial July ist UonW Russell at PVlncc ton For the Alleged Murder of of Reitd This Little Dispatch and Elf Hewlett Howton It costs money to keep the Hag floating ovei the Philippines and r Princeton Ky June Cuba and to raise the wherewith ial Alter a trial oi lour uaysjtne was the Government has imposed many James Russell murder ca new taxes and tariffs which will given to the jury yesterdays The jury was selected after panel of go into effect July 1 is a tax is evidenc Â¬ sixty had been exhausted from That the tariff The crime for Which ed by the fact that tea has already Lyon county extent of Russell is on trial in the Circuit advanced in price to the the duty thereon Five oclock teas court is the murder of Hewlett will be more expensive hereafter Howton by a mob in which old and beer drinkers will not be the man Howton was shot aiid left for only sufferers The habitual smok Â¬ dead at his home and ah attempt er as well as the cigarette fiend was made to hang Barry Howton will suffer Three instead of four Russell was badly Wounded in the Glenn ounces of tobacco will be sold for fight with the llowtons five cents and no more will twenty Stcffy a member of the moh who cigarettes be sold for live cents was sentenced to life imprisonment The banker the baker and the was brought here from tlie Frank- Â¬ broker will be called upon to con- Â¬ fort pennitcntiary by tlie Common Â¬ tribute as well as the theater and wealth but refused to testify al Â¬ though he implicated Russell two circus owner SmoKing tobacco 12c a pound years previous The defense was cigarettes 150 per 1000 tea 10c a represented by John Feltind Ollie Medi- Â¬ 7 a barrel pound Beer James Ward Headley andCommon 50 wealths Attorney brokers cines lc a bottle t and Grayot 100 County Attorney Coleman pawn brokers 20 circuses No case telephone message lc theaters ever tried in the county has excited legacies 75c so much attention 100 Telegrams lc Russell is the 100 chewing gum lc last one of the mob to be tried on each 18-peci Wft the residence of Dr M S Merri wether at 8 oclock to morrow morning that will be a great sur- Â¬ prise to the public The contract Â¬ ing parties will be Mr J Wheeler Cayce and his divorced wife Mrs Rebecca Adams Cayce The cou- Â¬ ple were divorced last year on grounds that bordered on the sen- Â¬ sational and only last March there was a suit in Circuit Court over the possession of the throe children The court left them in the posession of the mother but granted the fath- Â¬ er permission to see the children as This seems to often as he wished have led to the reconciliation and a revival of their old love The ceremony will be performed bv Elder J W Mitchell and the couple will board for a few days at Next weeK Dr Merriwethcrs they will go to the farm recently near purchased by Mr Cayce Church Hill and go to housekeeping with their children with them a happy and reunited family PERSONAL GOSSIP A marriage will take place at June 18 Special The Spectator commenting on the significant assembling of German warships at Manila says Em Â¬ peror William of course means1 nothing but friendly observation Wouldit not be expedient however to send a couple of cruisers to Ma Â¬ nila to join in the friendly observa Â¬ tion and to re inforce Admiral Dew ey if attacked London came forward He said in part Mens tnotivrjs have been jucs tioncd heoVjJj Ja heen scour Â¬ ed by tliJ fctltofefade to find bad CONTINUED PROM 1ST IjAtJK motives for dfirtions while theirs must not be assailed Another vote wasjorced onthe at Georgetown and he wanted charge is that opposition to Dn it continued now Dr Baton read j Whitsitt has ho basis that there the report of the Committee on De Â¬ are1 no charges against Dr Whit nominational control of Educational sitt There is defamation of all dp- Institutionssaying thatniany prom Â¬ pos6rs of his DR WHITSITT BASEBALL SPECIAL RESULTS OI1 - V YESTERDAYS dAMES inent Baptist institutions arc under the i control 6f the Associations of their States Advising of all institutions and that a committee of nine be appointed to visit and inspect our Baptist schools and report to this Associa- Â¬ tion how best to advance their in Â¬ terest In respect to the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary be advised that this body re afiirm its decision of last year They Tare called Martinitcs Craw- - etc loruistB wiry nave you not dirctisscd fairly Are we all landmarkers Are We all Gospel Missions Are we all of no account of no influence One hundred and thirtyrseven St Louis 8 Louisville 3 Chicago 1 Cincinnati 2 Baltimore G Brooklyn 8 New York 10 Philadelphia Boston 3 Washington 4 HOW THEY STAND 4 Clubs Cincinnati Boston Won i Lost 15 1 34 Cleveland Baltimore Chicago - II I New York 26 railway tickets lc sleeping car County Court Cases 19 Philadelphia mortgages 25c lease Master Oscar Brasher is visit- Â¬ tickets lc 19 Brooklyn were three cases disposed Washington 5 insurance There 75c billiard tables 19 ing friends at Crofton 1 for each 2000 bank checks 2c of by Judge Cansler this morning St LouisrV 31 17 C W Little of the county Mr M 15 The first one was thattpf the Com Â¬ Lpuisville C 3G wine 2c a bottle was in town to day monwealth against Win A Cotton va Mr E S Monk of Crofton vis- Â¬ CHURCH SERVICES white and Burrel Kimbrdugh Jr SCHEDULE FOR TO pAY J ited the city today charged with breach of the colored Louisville at St Louis Mr C W Ware of Trenton is k Program for religious services to- Â¬ peace Cotton was finetPone cent Cleveland at Pittsburgh attending the Association morrow and costs and Kimbrough was dis PhiladelpluafC New York at Baptist Church Morning T T missed Miss Mattie Wilson of Hender- Â¬ Cincinnati at Chicago i son is visiting Mrs M C Forbes Eaton evening Carter Helm Jones In the case of JoeT Smith col Baltimoreat Brooklyn Washington at Boston Messrs V A W W and J P Sunday school B H Dement A C charged With a breachoMhepeace defendant was fined one- - cent and Garnett of Pembroke are here to-- Graves DALY MARKET REPORT iff Methodist Church Morning T costs H Kerfoot evening W H Felix Robert Lewis col charged with Corrected Dftlly lly Urn Hiuvlliis Uiuikcr Mr W T Wilkerson and wife Ninth streetPresbyterian Morn- Â¬ assaulting beating and bruising mill Broker Hoi11iihvI11o Ky returned last night from Cerulean ing J N Hall evening E S Al- Â¬ Dora McKinney col waf fined 5 Springs Chicago Alurkot derman 7 and costs Cole- Â¬ Byars of Alensville OpgChristian Morning- J S 3 Miss Mollie Higt Closing SO is visiting Mr F M Byars family man evening J W Lynch Cash Wheat Suicide InTrlgg on South Main 74 July Wheat V74 Cumberland Presbyterian Morn- Â¬ 72tf William R Futrell an old citi- Â¬ 67 68 J M Duncan of this city ing W II Whitsitt evening W zen and farmer living near Linton SeptVWheat 6 Mr 32 32j 32F deliberately waded intb rJyXCreek July Corn left last night for Bowling Green K Pen rod 33 33jf First Presbyterian Morning J and lay down in waterbarJdeep Sept Corn on a visit to relatives 24 23 July Oats T Christian evening J WPorter enough to drpwn hjmsejf 24i Miss Georgia Williamson of this tH 21 21 Sept Oats Olivet in county J H Ander- Â¬ aitfMr Futrell it is kaidviittempted l city left for Salem 111 to day on son 9 67 9 67-9 55 w to take his life once before andwa July Pork a protracted visit to relatives 5 72 5 721 5 72 A T Robertson Salem only prevented from doing so by July Lard Â¬ 5 45 545 545 Mr Geo Bobbilt of Greenville Pembroke Morning A C Dav the careful watch of his familyiMNo July Ribs is the guest of friends in the city idson evening J W Loving puts 65 lA calls 6G cause can be given for the deedas Sept wheat Mr Bobbitt formerly lived near South Union Z T Cody New Vnrk St ocli and Cotton the deceased was in good circurri- - i i Kelly Fairview B F Swindler stances He was aboul 00 yearsof Opg Higt Closing Master Gaines Everett and sis- Â¬ age and leaves a family 6 41 6 43 fi Colored Churches Aug Cotton G 43 ter Hazel returned to day from a 1 15tf HG Am Tob 115 Â¬ Virginia street Baptist Morn Will Wed Next Wednesday S visit to relatives near Sinking ing M 97 95 Chicago Gas 97 P Hunt evening W P Invitations have been issued to C B Fork 1 04 1 04 1 04 Q Harvey the marriage of Mr John G Salmon L 52 52 jK 52 N Miss Sophronia Murphy who has Main street Baptist Morning 1 04 1 05 been the guest of Miss Earle re- Â¬ H C Roberts evening F W Tay- Â¬ and Miss Roxa Eudaley which will Manhattan 1 05 take place at the home of the briile Sugar 1 31 132 turned to her home at St Charles lor 132 at Usley a few miles east of Dawson Coal Iron 2423 24 this morning Methodist Morning1 J F Will- Â¬ Springs Wednesday June 22 Bfitli Clilcngo Keculpts Totluy Elder T D Moore went to Crof- Â¬ iams evening R W Mahan are prominent society people and Wheat 15 Cars ri ton this morning to fill his regular are well known in this city Augustis Family Prisoners VVU 508 Cars Corn appointment there to morrow at JLi Vf 158 Cars Oats London June 18 The Hong the Christian church 18000 Head Kong correspondent to the Times Whew Hot Hogs Mr M G Miller Portland Ky says Ksl limited ICecoliitH To morrow Sp is attending the Association Mr Then why not get x Gas Range Wheat 13 Cars According to Manila advices Miller was for several years en Â¬ dated June 13 and brought here by and keep the heat out of the house Corn 320 Cars i wv gaged in business at Pembroke f Her Majestys steamship Linnet It is more economical than coal1or Oats v130 Cars t Mr Frank Campbellof Crofton the rebels have captured the fam Â¬ wood absolutely free from danger Hogs 36000 t of explosion can be purchased at left here this morning for Paris ily of Capt Gen Augusti Eft fllnrkct Hob jobbers prices with 30 days trial Hogs To day Tenn where his wife has been 18000 fc Deweys Cousin in Town and 30 feet of service pipe free from llosrs To morrow visiting relatives for two weeks i 3GV000 il i They will return home Monday Mr II E Dewey representing the Hopkinsville Gas and Light vLight 1390 Howe Company Maiiv Geo F Brown manufacturer of street Open from building V 395 7 to 0 in the Mixed Sheriff Stevens of Ohio county is Jinc stationery New York is in the evening 385 Ask for Mr Pattont iRough here to inspect the Beverly Adams iy 400 Heavy gallows to arrange for a hanging city calling on the trade He is a Mannjrcr Ed Buchanan Very Sick at Hartford July 12 Mr Stevens cousin of the distinguished Admir Â¬ llnnkHtiitomuiit is a Baptist and is also attending al at Manila 5431700 Corporal J E Buchanan of tiiis Reserve Inc the association 4266000 city has been dangerously ill of LoansDec More Troops PassThrongh Specie Inc 3723200 About 150 infantry recruits from pneumonia at Chickamauga bub Legals Inc H RE AND THERE 3399900 brother-in-laMinnesota passed through the city Dr Bell writes his IE G7G5600 Deposits Inc at 513 yesterday afternoon enroute that he is now gettin better and Circulation Dec 32600 Best Summer Cheese at Bres to A Chickamauga Ga Sixty Indi Â¬ may recover H lins Candy Kitchen ii Now Ready for Boarders JTt ana and Illinois volunteers passed Mrs Bourland Very III New styles in Baby Buggies just at 6 oclock this morning- enroute Mrs J F Wells beautiful brjck v It f ni1 Tllitilrnwl in See and price them It will to the same point uhh urn mini lis wtivuu residence on West Seventh street suddenly jll at her home in Crofjfni has been completed and Mrs Wells pay you A W Pyle Friday and nt one time it wS has opened a boarding house for Young People Wed Rev S N Vail wishes to sell his ieared she would not recover She thc accommodation of the public fine family marc with buggy will Mr Chas Wells and Miss IClnora was reported much better flii IjFirst class board furnished by the dispose of her at a bargain Per- Â¬ Marquess a youthful couple living morning fectly safe for a lady to drive tiay weeic or montn Transient near White Plains drove to the XIIQ 1JW llldU nuiibnl Everett Tbompkins shot and city a distance of 25 miles yester Â¬ Remember You killed Norman Smith who lived day and were married in the Coun Â¬ will need Hot Rolls Bread aiidj uilding is large airy and convient near Albany The trouble came up ty Clerks office by Judge Cannier Saratoga Chips durimr the Banfis fty located and has all modern im rprovementij electric including over a flag Thompkins is at large They returned home last night Association Telephone 159 atici ilights hot and cold baths etc have my wagon call Mathis the well George W Fare the best and rates very rea Â¬ Sliver in the San Francisco flint killed him Â¬ J L MiUER known photographer f sonable Parties desiring a pleas San Francisco June 18 Spec- Â¬ self Friday afternoon by cuttiug The Cream Bread Bake4 jant jlace to board would do well to The war has caused a big in the back yard of his ial his throat ring 187 or call oij Mrs Wells for Remember the flaine increase in the coinage of silver residence in Owensboro Place to get your line Merchant terms and full particulars The output of the mint here is ex Â¬ Death of a Well Known Farmer pected to reach 50000000 for the Tailoring is by Fowright Pant4 t The Baptist Weather made for S3 5 7 and Suits now about ending Jvast nights rainfall was 30 of a well fiscal year Mr James Stevenson 15 20 an inch Several very hard rains known farmer of the Scateg Mill Mrs Heador Improving ell to day but the record will not School Trustees Quality died at his home near precinct be made at until 7 i m to morrow a The condition of Mrs A J Pools mill Tuesday night after Messrs S H McGinnis and John lingering illness of consumption Meador who has been very ill for Kelley recently appointed trustees Peru aps those horses at Tampa He was nbput 10 years old and two days iB somewhat improved of school district No 90 qualified thought a Spanish jfimboat was today this jnormng- before Judge CUnsfer cpminjf again leavesa wife and fivcchUdreu -- Pittsburg 32 30 27 27 i 26 1 19 23 23 23 27 27 32 Dr Eaton defended his motion Dr Kerfoot asked that the action of the Association abouttheSeminary taken last year be read This action was that the Associa- Â¬ tion request the Convention to al- Â¬ low it to nominate its own trustees to fill vacancies on the Seminary Board This committee is to be called the Commission of Education and win take the place of our Commit- Â¬ tee on Schools and Colleges Three of this commission are tp go out of office each year and all of its mem- Â¬ bers shall be elected by this body Dr Kerfoot opposed the part of this report which referred to the Scmiriarv and proposed that the two propositions be taken sepa Â¬ rately He did not object to the clause referring to schools and colleges - v If w Dr Kerfoots motion to separate the report Was opposed by Dr Eaton and Dri Davidson but being second waspassed co Prof A F Williams opposed the ordination feature of the report Adjourned to meet at 2 p m u - - Saturday Afternoon General Association convened at The special order wasset aside for five minutes to recognise visiting ministers Regular order was then resumed Dr J S Cole- Â¬ man announced speakers for the iinti Whitsitt side to speak one hour as follows C G Jones W K Pen rod W H Felix J T Christian and T T Eaton for half an hour The resolution was then read as reported iir these columns and the first speaker Rev C G Jones 2p m rl t WtJmtM I I thousand white Baptists declared in their associations against Dri Whitsitt Nothing but his retire Â¬ ment can help matters He has been urged on by unwise men to a place from which lie can not retire He then stated the regular charges made against the Presi Â¬ ded of the Seminary The second speaker Rev W K Penrod said in part I speak in kindness and speak my deep con- Â¬ victions It is hard to distinguish between a mans personal and his official acts speiikof his actions I no not coqsider TJr Whitsitt a good Baptist because he has privately and publicly taught that Which isr contrary to the teach- Â¬ ing of the Lord Jesus Christ and to the belief of Baptists I have Rven affidavits to prove that he advocates the wifes joining the husbands church He is not a Baptist He said the family out ranked the church the wife ought 1 conscientiously or otherwise he vvva said in the Seminary to join her v husbands church Again he lacks the equipose nec- Â¬ essary to treat justly those who employ him whileih the pay of the wu J people he maligned the Baptists 11M in an encyclopedia then as Presi- Â¬ dent he affirmed this mistake of his youth Then he published a 45c book and charged a dollar for it in stead of defending himself in the state papers againhe has not the judgment to see why his consti- Â¬ tuency object to him He could say peace be still He knows it He will not Only one Whitsitt man in the Purchase and he thinks the Doctor shoiild resign He is re- Â¬ sponsible for this wranglingto day Others have as good rights as he has You cant run the Seminary because yon gave money If you gave it it was no longer yours They have swung into eccesiastic ism which had its origin in mans heart I am not personal The discussion will close and the vote be taken at five oclock f - 1 nr MTMTrmiJMilaiTrilliiMlFFgWUiIIIHMIIITJ Vi - V Isnt It For one week beginning June 1 13 com- Â¬ zimwffi Ave will sell j1 Mens fine all wool cassimere k VjiM plain grey tricot cassimere monly known as Harris - l m ti Sack Suits Usually SOLD at 1250 w I - J dJK FOR t SIZES 34 TO 38 ONLY Four shades of graylight gray 500 j i vim medium gray tanish gray and dark gray The reason for the above price is that the pants do not match the utvaj f liifc Fiy1- V - coats and vests exactly in shade Biggest Suit Bargain Ever Offered MMMWUMM - jiiiniiiBwm J - W Anderson MM WWWMFFMFa