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V 1 i l The NO VOL 1 47 B A HOPKINSVILLE KT TUESDAY AFTEENOON JUNE 21 1898 BAPTISTS GONE PRICE 2 CENTS J NOW We Are Ready For Bus FIFTY LOST Great Horror at llic Launch ing of a Battleship rK The Association Closes Monday Night at 10 OCIock SHOOT 11 Three Hundred People Into the Thames By a Backwash Washed Hasty Wind Up and a General River M Scramble of Delegates to Catch Their Trains v -- Boys as Soon as You 49 iness In Cuba Gen j A Shatter Hunting a Laud ing Place For the Army June 21 Special1 At the launching of the battleship Albion atBlackwall a backwash from the launching broke down the staging of a platform filled with spectators and 300 people were thrown into the Thames river It is believed that fiftv persons were Hi killed or drowned None of the victims are prominent people London Monday afternoon was devoted llargely tomissions and temperance rlhe temperance resolution intro- land in Cuba Gen ¬ Special The transports from Tampa Santiago Juue 21 with Gen Shatters army arrived here at noon Monday Gen Shatter is now discussing with Admiral Sampson the best landing place It will be either ten miles above or below Santiago or at Guantanamo 49 miles east of Santiago The voyage from Tampa was uneventful There are a few cases of measles and a dozen cases of typhoid fever among the troops The solr diers are in high spirits Off 9- Thirty bodies have been recover- ¬ ed The total list of dead is un known JU ru Bryans Troops in Tough Luck Col W J Bryan and his battalion Special are having a disagreeable time in camp They have no rations fuel dishes or blankets and have been for several hours without water The buildings f desolate and weeds and grass abouud are Omaha June 21 This Bails the Troubles in Camp Col Bryans regiment of Nebras ¬ Special Washington June 21 ka volunteers will not go to the Philippines It has been assigned to the Ninth army corps under Maj Gen Fitzhugh Lee at Jacksonville i Tired of Blanco Washington June 21 News has been received of the attempted as- ¬ sassination of Capt Gen Blanco in Havana A young volunteer of the palace shot at Blanco as he came out with a group of officers His aim was bad but took effect in the captain generals leg inflicting a painful wound An officer who attempted to rush upon the soldier with his sword was stopped by the volunteers who are reported to be in a condition bordering on mutiny They demand that Blanco be sup- ¬ planted by Weyler and even the Automonists are either joining the insurgents or leaving the island Blanco is blamed by all elements for the disasters to the Spanish cause Ordered the Zafiro to Leave London June 21 Special Hong Kong dispatch says the American supply ship Zafiro anchored in Chinese waters has been compelled to leave by the Chinese authorities They refused to allow her the customary 24 hours or a pound of coal or provisions The order is believed to be due to representations of Spain ¬ duced by Dr Kerfoot came up at 5 Oclock and caused a spirited dis- ¬ cussion The resolution was adopt- ¬ ed without much onnosition Ttnro- viues ior putting a secretary in tne held for all of his time at a salary A collection was taken up and near- ¬ ly 5500 subscribed The Temper- ¬ ance Star located at Georgetown icdited by Dr Z T Cody and Prof New York June 21 Special The Worlds Washington special Rucker will be the organ of the says the goverment has been advised by the Guantanamo cable that the Temperance Committee with Dr iKerfoot at its head The secretary landing of troops began to day covered by a brisk fire from the ships will also be selected by this commit- ¬ tee At the niirht session the Or Shafters Army Now Be ing Put Ashore Tampa Riot Was Bloody phans Home was the subject of chief interest This was followed Atlanta June 21 Special Twenty seven of the negro soldiers by a mass meeting devoted to State engaged in the recent riot at Tampa were wounded and have arrived missions colportage and Sunday schools They declare that forty The adjournment took here lor treatment at McPherson barracks place at 1030 Monday night negroes were killed and over one hundred seriously wounded in the riot The delegates began to leave for their homes Monday morning and This News Comes by this morning nearly all of them were gone Only a few now remain Washington June 21 Special Gen Greely states that the cable and they will leave by the evening has been restored at Guantanamo the Cuban end of it being operated trains committee from a vessel in the harbor The entertainment The first message confirms the arrival of pro ided homes for more than three Gen Shafter hundred persons but this does not Washington June 21 Special The War Department to day represent the attendance by any issued orders to GenMerritt in command of the Philippines that indi- ¬ means a ineat many visitors cate that he will be made Governor General of the Islands were entertained by invitation and not charged up to the committee Ten Spanish With all of the crowd to handle The Straight 1898 Those two grcnt nations understand each otlior better than they have done since over a century ago they were separated by the blunders of a Brit ¬ ish goveruuieiit--Jase- ih Chamberlains Speech It is rumoredat the War Department that the President has been notified of Shatters arrival at Santiago Will Carry Soldiers to Cuba Washington June 21 Special The Yale and Harvard now at Newport News will carry stores and troops to Santiago The officials of the Navy Depart ment refuse to confirm the report quoting Sampson as saying the Merrimac does not effectually block the harbor Schooner Ignoring the Blockade Kingston Jamaica June 21 Special The British schooner Nickerson Bailed for Manzanilln last night cleared by Bergen and Schuttmerchantsreported tobe act ¬ ing forblancOj sJhc wd i car of supplies iinlTprpvJBlonB A IN CIRCUIT COURT Bob Wall Sent Over the Rond for 18 Months The bailbonds of Mack Reeves and Dick Outlaw for 150 were declared forfeited They were charged with hog stealing Bob Wall col charged with fe- ¬ loniously breaking into a store house was tried and given a sen- ¬ tence of eighteen months in the penitentiary The indictment against Dearly Shipp charging forgery wawQdis missed The case now occupying the courts attention is a unit for settle ment between rank Watts and II C Ilcrndon ¬ An Old Mans Death Nothing Heard From Manila Mr Jwiac Wiggins one of the oldest men In the county died a Washington June Special home In the Aljfer said this afternoon that no few days ago at his Caatlebury neiafibprhood lie word have been from the WAH 87 years olti expected arrival of the first Philip Tbo JJpisconal convention nieets pine expedition at VfryitUloitfo day rfivd was greatly complimented for its full and excel ¬ lent reports of the convention which were prepared by Prof W II Harrison of Bethel Female college The daily sales increased from day Was Bathing on Sunday to day until on Monday the street Jacksonville June 21 James F and office sales amounted to 120 Gatewood private secretary to Gen papers We still have on hand a Lee and a civilian was struck few full files of the papers contain ¬ iiciiu uy ngiuning sunuay at famo ing the complete reports five papers Beach while in bathing A com- for ten cents panion Cecil Robertson a young The Whitsitt matter continues to man of this city was also struck b be the chief topic of discussion the same bolt but he recovered of the delegates up to the hour of and now is all right adjournment Dr Whitsitt has many defenders however about More Talk of Peace town but most of them are in other London June 21 Special denominations The Baptists almost The Pall Mall Gazettes Paris cor unanimously endorse the boycott respondent telegraphs that the of the Seminary voted by the as ¬ question of negotiating peace has sociation by such an overwhelming been the subject of correspondence majority The committee on arrangements between the chancellors for the past had every convenience for report ¬ few days Important developments ers Tables were located in a are expected position close to the speakers and nothing was left undone to assist Duffield to RclnfqrceShafter cue newspaper men in their wor Washington June 21 Barrels of ice water with dippers Special attached located in the vestibules Gen Duflields brigade ordered of the church kept everybody from from camp Alger to Newport being troubled with thirst In fact News and thence to Santiago con nothing looking- to the comfort of sists of the Ninth Mass andThirty the visitors was overlooked third Michigan They will leae Prominent among the delegates and shaking hands with his old to morrow night Camp Alger friends was Prof T S McCall of His Hopkinsville Pewee Valley Schooner Hay Have Been Lost friends will be glad to know that Kingston June 21 Special his school at that place is in a very Anxiety is felt over the schooner nourishing condition and increasing ISureka which left Marant Point in attendance and popularity every over a week ago with dispatches year Mt Sterling the Place for Cuban leaders Slip in several The selection of a place for the days overdue next meeting was one of the last Mt Sterling was things done The Stamps Will Not bo Ready chosen and the next meeting will be Washington June 31- - Special held in that Utile mountain city in The special stamps for bank Montgomery county in June 1899 checks and other papers required Trouble in Forming a Cabinet M under the war revenue bijl cannot Pais June 2L Special lie gotten ready by July 1 anci the Sarrien tbe third to try infoitns date of the laws enforcement will the president that lie has failed to form a cabinet probably have to be deferred ¬ ¬ ¬ as no scarcity of homes New York June 21 Special The steamer Algonquin arrived There were still sixty nine assign- ¬ here to day with ten Spanish prisoner comprising the captain and ments held in reserve for those who failed to come Hopkins ville people crew from the bark Maria Dolores captured by the Minneapolis The as usual regardless of denomina- ¬ Spaniards will be sent home tional ties well sustained the citys representation for hospitality and kindness to strangers More there jr Prisoners The Kentuckian Cutting the Cables Some New York June 21 Special A Herald dispatch from Kingston says the St Louis has cut the Kingston cable at last shutting off the communication between Cuba and Spain Feeling the Popular Pulse on New York June 21 Special Madrid dispatches say the Govern ment has sent agents throughout the countn to feel the popular pulse the question of peace Another Crisis At Hand London June 21 Special Madrid dispatch says another cab- ¬ inet crisis is threatened The present cabinet is not being- supported by the different parties as expected - ¬ Camara Returns to Cadiz London June 21 Special turn of Camaras fleet to Cadiz and she had to be lowed to port HOW THE FLEETS COMPARE Gibraltar dispatches confirm the reOne vessels machinery broke down BASEBALL SPECIAL ¬ I I J cJ ¬ - yir auu POUNDS r- r-- Weight of Metal Thrown in One Round by Armored Ships KKSUIrs OK yesterdays games x v SPAING L POUNDS 9900 Louisville 8 Washington 1 Urooklyn 7 Cleveland 4 Pittsburg 9 New York 2 Baltimore 17 Cincinnati 2 Philadelphia 14 St Louis 2 Chicago 5 Boston 4 HOW T1IKY STAND Clubs Won 34 33 31 2 Cincinnati Boston Lost 18 10 20 20 23 24 Cleveland Baltimore Chicago Dls licement ol J I Armorea Ships ep New York St Louis Pittsburg Philulelphia Brooklyn 30 2S 20 21 21 10 V 29 000 TONS Washington Louisville 17 25 27 28 33 34 38 SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY Washington at Louisville Baltimore at Cincinnati 28 000 r- Brooklyn at Cleveland New York at Pittsburgv T0Ns - Philadelphia at St Louis UOSVOIl RV vJMCRKQ k k iA uX i j C LJiSfaiJI VJr -- - t V i i JtlL lj 4 A tfct 4v w W ft a UM if T aiM-e-- be 2ailv fcentucfciatu I CUPPED AND COMPILED laial Lx RSdbnMH ptftwoe V Soa art T CXAX St VOBACXAX VOL Xix SO CZ3CTTS TZX 1FZSX 959 deliveryv 4 i bare a bans Ip far l6vfo - - TME LAST ROUND The immense stock of clothing shoes and furnishing goods is fasftlisappearing at the 3Iammoth Clothing Shoe Co stone Yet we hare some elegant goods to sacrifice Here are a few things t hat are attracting attention Bargains that are leaving our house every day all orer toan at 40c OCft Bilbriggaa Undc rftfeirts QC JL Our Prk Monarch Cblera Sbirif worth 510 Oar Fice CI f fl r Elttoa J is lo bare iWJ Sree eprcs - C3Bgi TkeEpJwP JfMU SUBSCSLPXIOST 3CACTS-Pira WeeC JK t Vrsr m 1X0 coarestiMi 3iV- - t i I - - Aurinz CONVENTION P s DBSaBnS3BBta WORKERS To Be Held t4 chaars There isnt a vacant bouse a Aubarr i to bare a tdepboocLc- - t R p Br PerhatBlMcof stead intake Ifobsmi and bb ca to Haraaa and Ijombardaent wbea Jfmc oxae to take the city- yent it conffric tbexa in 3forro at Olivet Church on Elizabeth toTTB Richnjonds tax rate for this year ad June 27 to 29 iS113oatbeSlKF The milliners at MarJgaM close their doors at 630 p m Harlan has a newt Methodist sal vti H Christian experience and from Seattle ia Januarr for Juneau men aboard aad the vritb Mtren why I became a Ilaptist CP Ilanbcry of Sitka that aikd Mhooocraty with three wen Means wsed in conversion for Fort Wrangle btfve never been beard from and JSChcck J G Bow bare been given up for fo4- Regeneration member- - to his Duty of a church IMinaiiter W A Water of pastor C Ilodgc Ky had bi salary 12 m Springfield Adjourn raised S100 on the aise day a boj He baby arrived in bin family 2 p m Social features of church name the boy Smith will probably I N Strolncr life to above- the postmaster general Growth in grace W L Pay ton that he appreciates the timely in- ¬ Ministration of aflliction crease J M Joiner institution es ¬ Uerca College the tablished alout 30 years ago in 8 p m Gods Volunteers C If Nash Madison county by Northern people Adjourn at pleasure for the co education of races and come to a failure and wKd has Wednesday will pass into the hands of the Christian church and will be made 9 a m Christian Woraaabcod a denominational school for whites Edrauad Harrison only John G Fee was the princi- ¬ How I prepare my Susday School pal of the mixed chool which for T G Lyle lesson f t some years has been patronized Sunday School Worker U A Hanson J only by the colored race the teach- ers being white women from the Ideals Huraas ferses Divine At Otiret ckmrck near Garretfc berg wiW be beM aext week a con church in course of erection veatfoa f cbwrch workers in the Graves county is assessed for 6 will probably Baptist church The following is Alfen D Candler 203223 The State revenue will be be the next giorenwr cf Gwgia the prraa 3303720 nonday FbjjjcaHr be is a Terr oW aaa The new issue of Government and ha but one ere baring Vi Spm A A 1 1 oung i eujfiu - -icunu bonds wassubscribcd for liberally th other ia batile in the Cmfeder C f - IIV feU0 w j j at Lexington CV ate irice A II iUKM and Jno A IJennctlt Nashville RailThe Louisville waited Tuesday road Co is building a park at So Tlje fcfcop Seiwrila that M 1 Catf pre- ¬ 9asi nora Hon Claude Desha denies that he i8 ra candidate fpr Congres in Heerj Ciieriot Work Shirts coJd at sOe Oar Price Mens Fancy Colored Shirt oft and Negligetp with ami without collars lanndried worth 50s Scrixras Elastic Drawers said at SSjCO Our Price 1 1 Cbiklrens Shoes ami slippers sold at 5IXJ0 Onr Price Childrens Shoes and Slippers poM at S15 Our Price Childrens Shoes ann Slippers mM at 10 Oor Price Ladies SI 50 Kid Shoes lace and button all toes and sizes Our Price Lilly Brackeit ScCos 5500 Mens Shoes Our Miens fir TVIC A OK ft 0JU OC Uuu RC OUu t vj rt V wcj Kfln xtUlr 7Cn Ivw QQp Q RQ K - - - the Ninth district The Fayette county grand jury haft asked the court to appointia night guard for the jail WllHs Jackson of Bedford died at Ssui Francisco and 5000 people attended his funeral Rain in Trigg county delayed harvesting Near Cadiz several bridges were washed away Hon John M- - Nichols of Bard- well declines to make the race for Congress in his district Mrsl Matt Dunovan 75 years of age died of heart disease at Eliza beth town Mrs Henry Schubert of near Dover made 230 pounds of butter during the month of May The Republicans of Nelson coun- tv indorsed Mr James BWeiler for postmaster of Bardstown Elbert Park of Frankfort the fifteen-vear-old Our Leading Brands of S3 05 Shoe all style OurPric fcO OC C CQ made the and 600 rpns Goods in proportion If you want the best and cheapest suit you eror bought call in at once as this sacrifice cannot hold on always MAMMOTH SHOE CO Tremendotis Sacrifice ass O LOTBDQSTG- - i IN NEW GOODS- - V North John W- The sensational correspondents are expressing fears that Hobon and his men have been murdered This probably by the Spanish does a great injustice o AdaaMl HU prcsaat ayiiiicuiura Cervera of the safe laadig fhe Amuri- cans with the vtthraiury juromisei that they woold le taken care of caused the Aawsicas yeople leiforan a very high ofMsioa ol Ce era uad they w ill te ilovr 10 believe liat be would permit aay 3aaria io cosoe to his prisoners The tremble about the exchange te at Haraaa and not at Santiago Iilaac i lie man to hold responsible iwr the safety of the prisoners Here is a nice story about the cffectivencKK of our Hai ana block ¬ A merchant of that city i ade now in Key West and denies that Havana is suffering from lack of He report supplies of any kind in the first place that Havana is practically an open port a it is not blockaded on its southern ap- ¬ Batabano on the south proach side is only forty miles from Ha ¬ vana with which city it is con- ¬ Batabano has nected by rail never been more than a shipping point and headquarters for the sponge fisheries of Southern Cuba and a landing place for the Isle of Pines ferryboats which there con- ¬ nect with the north bound trains for Havana The water between Batabano and the Isle of Pines be ing very shallow nowhere exceed- ¬ ing nine feet in depth and there- ¬ fore inaccessible to any large craft has caused the Isle of Pines to be overlooked as a possible entry port or base of supplies for western Cuba and as a point deserving of greater consideration than that at- ¬ taching to a fifth rate and much It now mismanaged penal colony however that constant appears traffic has been kept up between the Isles of Pines and the Yucatan coast and thaUfulI cargoes of pro- ¬ visions and live stock have been regularly landed there from steam ¬ ers schooners and other sailing vessels unmolested by Ameri- enn ReligkmsLiter2tareW P Harvey bathing in the reservoir Adjourn 12m The criminal docket of the Fed- ¬ Frankfort was com eral court Hw t cosdttct a prayer pleted andat twenty one violators 2p A- - C Dorris Bifcijig P Fruit that son of a grocer at place was drowned while in J0V departments STORE up-to-date a fTkniTiTiir k fa f f Vi va Ouerona the principal port of the Isle of Pines has been an easy matter as also their subsequent transportation to Havana by rail In the lirst four days of June it is asserted over 800 hcaJ of cattle Batabano bcsjd wcrrlandcd h ifcrrf ejufinina n mom rarely if ever patrol those waters The work of the trans shipping these cargoes to Batabano on the flat bottom ferryboats constantly plying between that port and Nue warshins which it W-- S Pavioa The last small pox pafient at 7 Jihe epi liwlunond ife now well Adioitm at lntmre desaic cosi the city and county tepi3ble to Thifc program b 55000 change Dave Key of Woodson ville is or Stamps on Bank Checks ganizing a military company and By the recent act of congress all expects to get in under the third checks on banks are taxed by a two cent stamp to be placed on each call A new business block is being check and the stamp cancelled built at Providence which when Any violations of this law are pun ishable by heavy fine and imprison- ¬ completed will contain more than ment The law goes into effect 200000 brick July 1 on and after which all Col Josh T Griffith of Daviess depositors will have to provide county sold 1500 bushels of this themselves with the stamps neces- ¬ years wheat crop at 75c per bushel sary to make their checks legal The town ofCynthiana is assessed Supplies of stamps have not been for 1280582 The tax is S105 yet but we five cents of which is for chool pur- ¬ received here before the poses suppose they can be had 1st of July All notes and bills of Gov Bradley has fixed the date exchange discounted in the banks of the execution of Clarance Vine- ¬ must also be stamped under this gar colored who killed his wife law in Scott count for July 18 One effect of this law will be to Caldwell county democrats recom- ¬ increase the postal money order mended W P Elack Wm White business when small amounts are and J K Hollingsworth for election to be sent through the mails and commissioners stop to a great extent the use of Prof J C Willis one of the fac- ¬ checks for local transactions unless the banks provide their depositors ulty ol the Bowling Green Business College has been invited to conduct with stamped checks the teachers Institute at Montrose A New Maine to Be Built Penn Washington June 21 The gov- ¬ Seventy five thousand pounds of ernment has named the following hemp sold in Clark county at 450 warships ordered built by congress per hundred the highest price ever Battleship 10 the Maine No 11 known to be paid for this commod- ¬ the Missouri No 12 the Ohio ity there The new monitors are No 7 to W A Hat- ¬ the Arkansas No 8 the Connecti- ¬ A horse belonging cut No 9 the Florida and No 10 field near Elizabethtown got tired of plowing corn and deliberately the Wyoming in and The torpedo boat No 24 is named got tangled up his harness committed suicide after Ensign Bagly the first Amer V Ted Hale of Morganfield was ican officer killed in the present war a delicate compliment to the arrested by postal authorities bn the charge of selling Mgreen goods bravery of the dead hero and using the United States mail The President Monday sent to with intent of defraud the Senate the nomination of Will- ¬ iam II Lyons of Covington to be One of the swellest weddings in¬ mara Commissary of Subsistence with St Louis recently was the riage of Mr George Cosby Nail Lyons is the the rank of Captain secretary of Senator De formely of Bardstown to Miss Alic6 private boe lie is now in Covington to Anheuser daughter of the famous Mr brewer tell his friends good bye Ot Taylor who was in jail at Lyons will make an effort to be de- ¬ tailed with the Kentucky troops Bedford grew tired of confinement The President also nominated and signified a desire to go tovyari Charles M Duffy of Elkton to be He was released by the authorities a First Lieutenant in the volunteer on condition that he would immed- ¬ corps on the recommendation of iately enlist which he did Senator Lindsay Lease Mitchell was releaspd from jail atMayfield on condition that he Harry Nouise formerly of Eliza would join the arm He wnt to bethtown has been appointed sup Nashville and was turned down on erintindciit of the Chicago water- - his examination Now the jailer is on the hunt for him WQrKmr 44 TiHi i i -- iit Cinfvrr itax sentenced The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For EcGtiomicarBtivers THE PUBLIC Is invited to inspect my large stock offspring Dry- - Goods Motions Cloth ¬ ing etc before making their purchases ICverything new and in all SEE Our They are Dandies Ready-To-We- ar Suits TllE BEST CLOTH All he Latest Styles YOU made by the best tailors and from IN SHOES we have the Best GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE REMEMBER THE PLACE Next Door to Hardwicks The Present Crisis THEPOST DISPATGH St Louis Paper With Its Own Staff Correspondents at all Points of Interest At Havana Mr Sylvester Scovel At Madrid Mr AE Houghton At Washington Mr Stephen Bousal At New York Mr Morton Watkinn Ig tlie Only I Ss aMmttmmmmimmmtmmmmmntK Dont Do a Thing Until you have seen my new line of imported E g g SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS I 3 zZ guarantee QIHL1TY STYLE and WORMIAN- - SHIP the best thatmoney can secure - g B No 14 South Main J L Tobill Tailor 2 THE NEWS OF TIIE DAT IN THE POST 15 DISPATCH ¬ cents a week seven days if delivered by agent 60 cents a month if sent by mail i U THE g N ClAL -- zR tt TIME TABLE - TRAINS SODTn Will have a few choice summer patterns on display No 55 Hopkinsville Ac 615 ti m 000 m m No 53 Fast Lino 518 pm No 51 FaBt Mail 1116 pm No 91 NO Limited THAINS NORTH WEDNESDAY MAY 4v See them before buying No 92 No 52 No 56 No 45 StLuiExmaillO8ami East Line doea Chicago Limited 936 a m Hopkinsvillo Ac 825 p m 948 p in not run cu MME FLEURETTE LEWi North bound St Louis and Chicago Kai iroina hve trough Hlne solid an4 iefen to UhlMjo and Ht Louie JMtUN trtof only at imporlWHt slatlevi ts4 tKumlumi 1I j1uhib Pullman tyM 4nBdr NftshvUlo AcomraoiUliOfi TKe Daily Keutuckjtati 400 PER Jf MUiAllHttUUl 1 MAfUMJLfm4 AM VHAR t 1 a ULOakL ji V rrTWff MtiL Of A JS kj4UA1 M mam im Xi HMttMNiiaifaMlMfcriMttMMlM fcttMrAMMtaM m mil- - ri To Bridge the Channel People who have crossed tho anr row strip of water Bopnruting Euglnnd from Franco will lo lutorpBtod in a proposal for tiro erection of a pormuv nont brMgo across tho English chrtu nel Tho author of tho plaos is M Thouvonot lo Boul a member of the technical comtuHteo of tho Freuch Chanuel Bridge Company an old or ganizition from which nothing hna Tho boon hoard for aomo years provided for tho building of a plana bridgo with tho loor submorgod about fifty feet bolowlow watormark Tracks will bo laid on this bridgo and upon thorn a tower liko structure will roll along with its top abovo tho water Tho tower will bo operated by olectricity Tho plan is nu ampli float ion of tho rolling bridgo at St Malo Franco which is howovor a Tho tracks much smaller affair arojaid on tho bottom of thi there harbor which is about half a mile across Tho proposed chanuol bridgo would bo about twenty two miles in ength and is ostimatod to cost 70 000000 It would tako at least fivo years to build With three rolling platforms working only in daylight an annual traffic of 3000000tonB of trior handiso and 2000000 passengorao could cnBily be handled and tho pro motors figuro that this traiGc would yield a net income bf 10000000 Tho platform proposed would be about GOO feet long1 and 50 feet wido supported by five steel pillarson each side braced and resting on a submerg ed platform 100 feet wide Steam engines and dynamos on the upper platform would faupply the motive power and transmit it to tho submerg ed wheels The Engineering Now commenting on the proposed structure says that no particulars are given as to how tho projectors would build and lay and maintain tracks on a struc ture fifty feet under water or as to how any such structure would with stand tho rough Beas and strong currents of the chanuel -- THE IRON INDUSTRY CUBA IS GRATEFUL Is at Prosent Very Active In Germany V ICnirnilfi Pal inn In Mclinlf of no Enormous Exports People of ho Ifllititil Tlinnk Our for Help The iron industry is nt this mo- ¬ ment very active iu Germany It re- ¬ Heretofore the Cubans writes T ceives in particular numerous orders Estratln Inlmn lender of the Cubnn for economical railroads bridgesand jtintn to tlie Tnmmnny Times have Ap tho works of machines Tho factories pealed to the American people for recthat construct electric apparatus arc ognition with the humility natural to especially busy It is true that the wenk and the oppressed when ash ¬ certain manufactures pipes for cx ing forfnvors or even for justice Now though proud of our victory and glory ¬ implc have had such a development ing iu of our it that they have not yet found markets Is with the nttnlnment humility ideals we still greater that On the for their cntiro production ¬ ¬ DBKK 20 YEARS IN OHIO vJOvJ r V ii Tiiiniiiiiinr in inn The Leading Specialists of America 250000 CURED WE CURE EMISSIONS Nothing enn ho moro demoralizing to young or mlddlo nRcd men than tho ircs enco of thoio niuhtly lossoa They Iiroduco woaknoss norvournofS a feeling of disguotand a vrholo train of symptom They unfit a man for hueincpn innrrlod life and social happlncra No matter whether caused by ovil hablta in youth natural wenknosx or sexual excesses our New Method Treatment will positively euro you War k vv r r v JC 1 m other hand the middle manufactories to day buy their iron steel and half manufactured products at prices ao high that they have great difficulty to work at a profit A remedy for this condition is sought in agreements which aim to unify prices regulate production and distribute orders for export among all the manufacturers both small and great The persons interested have even gone so far as to devise tho formation of a union of all tho producers of iron and steel which asks tho producers of coal and oro to lend them support by making more unfavorable terms to manufacturers who refuse to enter into the syndicate In 1890 Germany exported 1G15 000 tons of iron or tho equivalent of tho total Frenclr production of both iron and steel Among modern industries if there is one which appears full of future and promise it is the one which busies itself with tho applications of elec- ¬ tricity The1 Germans have stepped into line here with remarkable energy They were wise enough to acquire a few years ago patents of inventions made in other countries and to make a series of applications of them They have had especially the art of obtain- ¬ ing orders from all parts of the world these have established the prosperity of their works and permitted them to give a prodigious development to v m NO CURE NO PAY CURED Header you need help Early nbuso or later oxectscs may havo weakened you Lxnosuro may havo diseased you You aro not safo till cured Our Now Method will euro you You run no risk You nro palo fccblo nnd haggard nervous irrltablo and ox citablo You becomo forgetful morose and despondent blotches nnd pimples sunken oyos wrinkled faco stoopine form and downcast countcnanco rovcai tho blight of your oxistoncc 250000 Voting Man j 9 BimTiWntjAm WE CURE VARICOCELE NEW MRTIinn TltriATMKNT will euro it Tho wormy veins return to their normal condition und henco tho sotual organs rocoivo proper nourish ment Tho organs becomo vitalized all unnatural druinH or losses ceima and manlv ttnwnrfl rnfnrn Nn ipmtirtrnnf benefit hut a normanont euro assured I A NO OIKKA JHUJJUUK N0 TLON NKHRSSAUY NO TllTMN TiON FltOJI BUSINESS No matter how serious your caso may bo or how loni vou may havo hail It our T ESTRADA PALMA their installations It is astonishing to see how a certain number of large houses or societies have without making any essential ¬ Hopkinsville Produce riarket Cash prices paid merchants Bacon Bams country Shoulders Sides by Hopkinsville discovery profited by foreign discov- ¬ eries and developed in 15 years an in- ¬ dustry which is to day cited through- ¬ out the world as a model Raphael Georges Levy in Chautnuquan government Now that we have obtained our in ¬ ENERGETIC ROYALTY dependence we will prove to the world that we arc worthy of thut great boon As a Rule They Aro Light Sleepers and Early Risers NEW WORK FOR GIRLS Queen Victoria never goes to bed till 12 oclock and is awakened at Smulwlcli Woman Is tho IntcNt Nov ¬ ell to Ho Scon on IicStrcotH seven in the morning when some co- ¬ of London Town coa and biscuits are brought to her During the day she does not as many Sandwich girls are parading the women half her age do take a re- ¬ streetsof London just now in the sweet They are not cause ofadvertisement freshing nap The prince of Wales is a notorious- ¬ particularly poetic or pleasant addily bad sleeper insomnia being the tions to the sights of this vast London town and in fact they seem to me to only enemy to his well being and emphnsize a good deal of the squaloi the princess of Wales although she and misery that is always appaunt in now allows herself an extra hour in the most fashionable and crovwltrlot the morning made it a rule until her thoroughfares You wonder to whi children were quite grown to be up straits these girls mutt have In en ¬ President of the Cuban Junta In the United States thank flie American people for their material aid which wijl save the lives of thousands of our people and give us CURES GUARANTEED a place in the family of nations Wo treat nnd mirn SVPIIITTR ¬ Our triumph is the triumph of repubWOMJET EMISSIONS IMPOTENOY flSTlUCTUHE VARICOCELE as best expressed by SEMl lican institutions mU JA8S UiiADUlJli AND KID the example of the United States NEY diseases CONSULTATION --We are confident that the struggle 1 MWiK JIUUK8 IUKli JIIAllQES Wi MODERATE If unablo to call wrlta will be brief We pray thnt there may liflfor a QIMCSTION BLANK for 110ME be no unnecessary American blood shed We in behalf of our independence stand ready now more than ever to sacrifice ourselves to drive the Span122 W FOURTH ST As for the fuiards from our shores CINCINNATI O we will show by deeds not words ture how deep and abiding is our gratitude Vtfiffl Ami I TTrw ft iW VI ft Ours has been a struggle of abnegaIt has welded tion nnd self sacrifice our people into a nation bom in ad- ¬ 7ite Alamo versity but strong in purpose fAftJNTOMO Wc are as confident of maintaining a 0 peaceful nnd stable government as we ftfTFTlr Syaf m 014SHi8T r were of gaining our independence The fflEJM Ml IV WJ organization we have maintained at VJW home airtl abroad for over three years under the most trying circumstances is sufficient proof of our ability for self ¬ HERE is no noed for the A people of Hopkinsville and m and neighboring towns to sub- - f scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most re- - C liable war news ¬ Kennedys Kergan B rres ¬ Daily Kentuckian Telegraph Service U i ¬ 2ipr 1 j Eawww Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and iiurouu StLouisSanFranciscoRR THROUGH CAR ROUTE BETWEEN AND 4A5c 810c Lard Country Produce 57c 67c 8c Butter Eggs New feathers Beeswax Tallow Ginseng per lb Honey 1 15l7c 2835c 1821c SPRINGFIELD JOPLIN PITTSBURG WICHITA EUREKA SPRINGS FT SMITH PARIS DALLAS The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and overy department of the paper is supplied with a t- - -- 2Jc 222B 10c 26c SAN ANTONIO HOUSTON GALVESTON Solid Veitibuled Tialns with Pullman Sleepers Harvey Dining Halls and Reclining Chair Cars Maps timo tables and full Information furnishtd upon application to W C news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken ¬ Tub waBhed wool GreaBed 1818c 8c 2o 3 Poultry chickens live per lb Roosters Grain Clover per bushel Corn Wheat t Corn shelled Y 7V S 2 45c 75c 50c Livo Btock H ogs Sheep Cattlo- S3150 50350 Calves Hides and Furs Green hides Green salted hides Dry fliut 2504 3604 67o - 7So 1012c GOo Vogotablos Now potatoes per bushel Cabbage per hoad Watermelons Florida 2fic 3550c 575 5 50 Flour Retail Patent per bbl Standard per bbl Hay Clover per owt Good Timothy 55o 70c t I ment The sandwich men of London It is well known can only be recruited fnuu nlmosifljlio very scum of the earth or as in Tunny eases from thnt pitiably numerous class of Irretrievably ruined Improvised War Bridges of cash wheat has declined 10 cents gentlemen who have sunk so far that they aro willing to shamble hopelessly That means an additional loss of Russian Don Cossack regiments are under the weight of advertisement 51000000 within a week which the being drilled in crossing rivors on a boards through long dreary hours at elder Leiter apparently will have novel sort of improvised bridge the payment of nine pence or n shilling Seven or eight lances aro passed be ¬ n day Surely this ought to be one of lo pay which the upward Another source of evil to the tween tho handles and tops of a dozen the forms of labor inof wom nnd onward spirit Leiter prospects is the persistent cooking kettles and are held jlrmly in an with her thirst forthe modern should equality nlaco by tho handles and arc besides rumor from across the water that not penetrate foreigners are refusing the wheat tied togother by forago ropes A dozen bundles of these lances fastened P lundi lined In Commerce Leiter sold together form ono section of a raft or It Is said that 200 species of plants Ah Incendiary Fire at Mnyfield floating bridgo which it has been nre gathered and used for commercial found will support half a ton of purposes In Huropc Of these l0 have Mayfield Ky June a perfume thnt Is pleasing nud enter yesterday movning destroyed 15 weight A section can ho put to ¬ largely Into the manufacture of scents minutes gether 000 worth of property pn nnd soaps Broadway To SupplKIondon wIth Mlk The Mayfield Lumber1 Company lost Illoh CoUcko IPrntornHUH 14000 wlth7nnn The property owned by fraternities If only pure nilk were sold in Lon ¬ rJt IU McAtee at 173000 at Wil- ¬ friun don it la estimnledUiatfrom 20000 at ConieirU valued Yale SHOOooo M 350000 liam toreroomfc worth fpQO with iw to 80000 more cbwa would be jrinttd lurit 200oooj Wttleynn Letters Troubles Multiplying Chicago June 20 More threaten- ¬ ing clouds are gathering for Leiter Since the announcement of Letters withdrawal from the deal the price and ready for the days duties at nine oclock And this although she never retired before two oclock in the morn- ¬ ing while at Marlborough house for the princess made it a practice as so little time was left herduringJheday to write her lettors home to Den- ¬ mark after 12 oclock at night on her return from the g eat entertainments during tho London season Tho emperor of Austria is another monarch who breakfasts with the lark while tho empress adopts much the same hours as does a hospital nurse only allowing herself a short sleep from eleven oclock at night un- ¬ til three in tho morning when she rises and insists on tho members of her unfortunate suite doing the same and immediately proceeds for long walks in the mountainous regions whore she usually elects to stay Tho emperor and empress of Ger- ¬ many are the earliest risers of all Eu- ¬ ropean sovereigns but with them it is a case of following out the rulo of Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy and wise for unless actually engaged at a court fes- ¬ tivity they retire to rest as early as ten oclock At five oclock in the summer and six oclock in the winter the emperor is up and about and tho empress rises only a little later that sho may bo ready herself to prepare her lord and master his first cup of coffeo Tho children of tho imperial pair are brought up to follow their parents example in this as in every way Leisuro Hours MELVIILE GEO T MCllOLSOJf Trav Passr Agent ST LOUIS MO Gonl Passr Agent ST LOUIS MO gT 1p-r- m tucky Daily delivered In the city 10 Cis Per Week i mr -- 1 vtrBu jimiwl lULKIdll DlflS All-- The Mews WOilTH READING SANDWICH G1KLS Scores of Them Aro Now Parading the Streets of London Tele 092 RATPQ RY MAN Local gtate and National WILL BE FOUND IN THE brought before they consented to make themselves the subject of the gibes and the jeers of passers by ns they wander along muddy streets clad in their long shapeless bluegowns with their little sugur loaf hats and their pathetic m KENTUCKUN -- Daily One Month - 35 Daily Three Months - lOO Daily One Year - 400 Semi Weekly Edition 1 yr 200 AND TIIE- - Wee I If E turn into the wretched shambling hope less beings who are the masculine equiv- Regular price for Both is 300 alent for the perambulating ndvcitihe- - Wosavo you gmioroug part of thifl ¬ ¬ bols of office plnnked remorselessly on breast and back They are pretty some Wo huvo arranged a Clubbing of theso girls and brazen n great many 03 wnicn wo can give of them but the thoughtful spectator must wonder if ever these women will Both Papers One Year for Rate 225 The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained Hum Send or bring your cash with ordei to tho KEN TUCK J AN HopkiiiBvillcKy Subscribe Now And Get Tiie News oena m your subscription by mail Call at tho office in the Ken- tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone ¬ Al a moroly nominal lirlco the Now York IodhoiU making 0110 of thu moHt roiuarkablu CiuiieniotUrriof tliosunson Thoy uroHtuidliiK out nn lnimciiftomimboiMifcnmerAuionll lmrU uf thu Unltud Statu It in tu renllty hut 0iu3EZBrj JroS S tor tho Ciwnorft with oomnloto outfit for jiho Sand to diiy for loKnirililiiLiinil loloiini nurtluularri roiiirtlliiu this loniniliihlR of full 137 Cents OAMRRA DMAITIMENT 1 X 1 qltFire t for nuitlHoxtiomoly Umltod The Unmoral thoiouRhly IiIkIi Knulo und first oluss In ovory nfiniBi iucu wHiuni minium imrirovuiucii and la Biiaiuutood iiiiroprodoutod Add run 992 Address JV mmdm iiifi TriE NEW YORK LEDOER IKDOEIl HUlLDlHQ Clias M Heacinun Publisher u2JLZ lptl6 mni NYOITV suracQf60 TJ to keep up the itipplj Uwvn1 125000 l50tt many vwluablo artloloa are to bo away KlY Nyf York IUeri BuUdlug ISHVC MiouUl hand at once for spf clrvl pro OUlO mlumUt Jutlfuod Wutohos IrintliiK 1rofisoa Air Hlllea and Of m llr Plul MluLu KeYork n tnfM7 HOPKINSVILLE KY 4 sttsOV h r i xl ffrTPftttWy3 4J fti i- HUNTING RECRUITS CITY COURT CELINGS Several Important Arrests Were Made CAUSED INSTANT DEATH A Child Commissioners Sale CnniariAN CmcoiT CotmH Kentucky J Will Wind up In This City In a Few Days Struct by a Bolt of Light The new recruits were sent away it j to day on the noon train going to Ft McPherson Ga says the Owensboro Inquirer There have to been seventy two men sent away date and Capt Tyler believes that he will double this number before¬ another month Capt II h Atkina a son and Privates Frank Prowse IS A Davis and II H Hopkins ¬ arrived in the city Sunday recruit SrikP ing for the Third regiment and sa hiv nnoncrl ouarters over the W mjK First National bank Capt Atkin KMSSftfibn secured only five men in Henperson but will get about twenty of tronv tins nlice Capt Atkinson er KU7 not give their names until o liMSfHey have been finally accepted and hi iJPWitiiJifmetnt nrl in He has only ninety resj nine men to secure and he believes that he will be able to get them in¬ the next four days He will com¬ plete his work here to morrow afternoon and leave for Madisonville Iw He will then go to Princeton and Paducah winding up at Hopkins Today Only one fatality has beenrepbrt ed from Sundays storm says the Clarksville Leaf Chronicle Mary d colbred Ramey a on the porch at child was standing her home on Martin street soon after the rain sweeping lite water off of the porch when a bolt struck her killing her instantly The bolt struck the chimney and split part of it going off on one side of the house and the other going through the house The bolt came through the wall making a hole about the f size of a pencil and as round as if made with a bullet and struck thetgirl She fell to the floor dead Her sister who was standing in a few feet of her was uninjured seven-year-ol- I ning Etc 1 TrtfnUo lMnMittR AOAtNRT VK QUITY Tho HonkliiHVlliu HotelI Co Mo J E MoPhoraon cfemlants One Man Wanted in Earlington By Virtue of a Judgment and orilor of sale of the Christian Circuit Court rendered at tho February term thereof 1808 hi the above eausu 1 shall proceed to offer for sulo ns n whale nt tho Court House door in 500 a Suit iiH tc Mi M v virtfc and One Wanted Here Front Evansville Judge Leavctt disposed of two or three cases in the city court this morning Two were plain drunks fines of 500 each being imposed One case of breach of peace was ¬ fined 10 and costs All were satA Suspect Lodged in JaUV Henry Decker col was arrested on suspicion of knowing something about the breaking open of Reeves store Sunday night He was sent to jail Arrested for Car Breaking McClendon Boales col was ar ¬ ¬ rested and taken to Earlington to day on a warrant charginghim with breaking open a car sworn out by Detective Harlan He will have his preliminary trial there riinor Rollins Pulled Chief Armstrong received a telephone message from- Evansville this morning stating that Minor Rollins col was under arrest He is charged with stealing a set of harness from Col W R Howell He disappeared the day after the harness was missed He arrived in Evansville Sunday with a col- ¬ ored excursoin ¬ - O isfied PSv6uld ville HERE AND THERE Best Summer Cheese at Bres lins Candy Kitchen 1 want a good milch cow now A W PY1E C H Layne has a nice pony for 6 21dtf sale New styles in Baby Buggies just It will in See and price them A W Pyle pay you The dead body of a white infant sewed up in a coffee sack was found in the river at Wellsburg niture machinery fixtures carnota Chicago AInrkot beds and bedding tuble ware otc Opg Higtl Closing now contained in and belonging to said Hotel Latham 74 74 July Wheat 73 Tho Right of Redemption in and to 69 Sept Wheat C8tf all of the above described property 32 32 ji 32 both real and personal to bo sold July Corn as a whole to produce the sums of 33 33 Sept Corn 33tf money ordered to be made amount 24 24X July Oats 24tf ing to 8000000 For tho purchase Sept Oats w 21 price tho purchaser muBt execute 9 75 9 70 965 bonds with approved surety or eo July Pork 5 75 curoties bearing logal intereBt frpm 5 75 July Lard 5 75 tho day of salo until paid and having 5 50 v 5 47 5 50 July Ribs tho fbree and effect of a Iteplovin Sept wheat puts 67calls 70s Bond Bidders w ill bo prepared IC complj- - promptly with theso terms Now York Stocks ami Cotton ¬ I bidder nt Punwo Auction on Mon day tho 1th day of July 1898 ab il oclock n m or thereabout being Countv Court davl unoti n rirndit of six and eighteen montlis thollightof Keuomption in ana to tho following desuribod nroperty to wit Tho property known as tho Llolel Lathameituatcd on Virginia street in the City of Llopkinsvillo in Ciiris tion County Kentucky including the lot on which Baid Llotol stands which lot fronts about 1G0 feob on said Virginia street is bounded on tho Nortli by Sixth street on tho South by Sevonth street and runs back Eastward with said Oth and 7th Streets 134 feet to tho center of DAILY MARKET REPORT an alloy or puesway which runs bo tweon said Hotel proporfy and tho Corrected Dully lly Hen KnwlliiH Itnnkor Schmitt lot now owned by John C Lutham together with all tho Furmid Ilrokcr IlnpkliiHvllle Ky ¬ ¬ tlopkinsvillo Ky to the highest For one week beginning MONDAY June 13 com- ¬ m MSflwK 3 we will sell Mens fine all wool plain grey tricot cassimerc monly known as Harris f cassimerc fy 41JSifWWii rf KimBt riSm- - Sack Suits Usually SOLD at 1250 FOR Four 500 flfflWni SIZES 34 TO 38 ONLY shades of gray light gray medium gray tanish gray and dark gray The reason for the above price is that the pants do not match the coats and vests exactly in shade Opg 6 16 1 16 97 1 Aug Cotton Am Tob Chicago Gas C B Q L N Higt i 047 l 97- Closing 1 04 15 FltANK ItlVKS Master Commissionor C Co 16l - PERSONAL GOSSIP Dr W Williams of Church Hill is in the city Dr Frank Watts of Lohgviewis in town to day Rev Chas L Nourse of Prince- ¬ ton is in the city Mr J S Forrey will leave to- ¬ morrow for Indianapolis on a visit Miss Belle Brandon ofNashville is the guest of Mrs W R Howell Tf1rf Willis L Reeves of Elk- ton is here on leiral business to day Miss Lila Anderson went to Madisonville this morning on a weeks visit to friends Miss Mattie Walker went to Lynchburg Va this morning to visit relatives Mr James Gooch and wife of East St Louis are guest of Mrs S A Gooch on North Main Mrs Sam Stites of Louisville is visiting the family of her brother-in-laMr George Younglove Mesdames J H and II D Fer- ¬ guson of Henderson will arrive in the city this evening to visit rela- ¬ w W lMjjfrl 52 1 0 1 33i - 96 04 THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be Cured tist Makeaa Preo Offer to Our Headers ¬ Biggest Suit Bargain Ever Offered Sonoraisto have a wheat elevator with a capacity of 70 000 bushels to cost between 6000 and 8000 Lieut G E Snell Bowling Green t at Glasgow recruiting soldiers it til is v for the Third regiment Wi Mrs Hannah Curtis aered sixty and James E Becket forty years of age were married at Maysville Six of the sixteen graduates of the Millersburg College this year are daughters of Methodist preachers Rev S N Vail wishes to sell his fine family mare with buggy will dispose of her at a bargain Per- ¬ fectly srxfe for a lady to drive m The enterprising liveryman Mr iVM C H Layne sold a fine harness im horse to a Greenville party yester- ¬ BkV day at a fancy price tt A soda drummer weighing 265 th pounds and who wears No 15 shoe kui and who is 7 feet 3 inches tallstart- m led the people at Hawesville m i The handle of a hand car broke Kf on the Illinois Central near Cecil Kft H ian and nineteen section hands all negroes were hurt none seriously Wheat harvest interrupted by w SifvJ W the rains of last week has now 1 been resumed with great activity and the entire crop will soon be in the shock Mr A G Lewis a former citizen of Adair county died suddenly at Gainesville Tex Mr Lewis and four brothers resided in Adair county when the civil war broke out and he joined the Confederate army His four brothers went in on the other side Aunt Nancy Freeman colored aged 108 years died at the city in ¬ firmary at Cincinnati last Satur ¬ day says the Dover Messenger f1 Aunt Nancy was born near Owens ville Ky but passed seventy years of her life in Campbell county She was a slave of the Thomas faintly two members of whom reside at tl fit Dover V Lighting Co Hopkinsville Gas V St I Manhattan Sugar Coal Hogs 23 23iT Iron if V Chicago Keoelpls To iJiy 320j5O 104 133 1 04 tf 1 31 Au Eminent NewSork Chemist and Boien 23tf m tives Mrs W H Howe of Nashville who has been visiting Mr Walter returned home Kellys family this morning Misses Holloway and McClan nahan are treating a few friends to a delightful picnic at Campbells cave this afternoon Mrs J B McKenzie left for Rockbridge county Virginia this morning where she will spend the summer with relatives Miss Lucy Bailey who has been visiting Miss Annie McPherson on South Main street leaves for her home in Clarksville this afternoon Dr Blakey Will Go West Dr T W Blakey will leave for San Francisco Cal tomorrow to be Mrs Blakey gone for a month who recently inherited a large for tune from an uncle in San Francisco has been there for two months Dr Blakev will brintr his wife back with him Major Blnnkenshlp Dead Major John Blankenship an old citizen well known throughout the county and this section of the state died at his home near Gracey on Sunday and was buried in the same neighborhood Maj Blankenship was an old bachelor and was about lv- Important Notice To intending consumers We respectfully call your atten ¬ tion to the fact that our liberal offer of 80 feet of service pipe and free ditching will shortly be with- ¬ drawn It ia to your interest to put in your application before July M m kV Plaqeto lTailprii 1st and receive this absolutely free gift Also the use of a gas range for 30 daysfjfrec of charge which can be purchased at abso ¬ lutely cost price Gas for fuel pur ¬ 70 years of age poses 125 per 1000 fuel and The Lafayette Bank light 150 illuminating exclusively Apply to A Patt on 200 The new Bank of Lafayette has Manager Howe Bldg Main St filed articles of incorporation at 7 a m to 9 p in Frankfort with a capital stock of Details of the organiza 15000 Rememberthe flnlne tion recently appeared In the Kbn get yoLv fine Merchant is by VFawright nu for vVi discovery of a reliable and absolute Pulmonary 32000 cure for Consumption jfjl Hogs To day ana all bronchial Tuberculosis jVv 33000 Hogs To morrow throat lung chest diseases stubborn Jnc wv coughs i Light catarrhal affections general Bjn 405 decline and weakness loss of flesh I JVf Mixed hyv 395 and all conditions of wastiug away Rough 407 will send THREE FREE BOTTLES Heavy all different of his New Discoveries to any aithcted reader of tho Hop The Best War News fteptuckian writing for them I he Louisville Louner Journai is kmsvillo New Scientific Treatment His now publishing the fullest most ac- ¬ hBS cured thousands permanently by curate and most reliable war news its timely use and he considers it a of any paper in the South or West simple proffessioual duty to suffering It is devoting nU jts energies to humanity to donate a trial of his in fallible cure making a reputation for Ha war re i Scjencp cjaily develops new won ports and is certainly succeeding ders and great chornlat patient The Courier Journal ly experimenting for years has pro admirably has subordinated all other issues ot duced results as beneficial tohnmnni ty as be that of the war Politics moneyj geniuscan His claimed by any modem that lung assertion civil service the tariff all are out troubles and consumption arocurabltj of it uow The war is the one topic in any climate is proven by heart foil filed in hi discussed hy the people and ttiey letters of gratitude want the news of il fresh and ac- ¬ American and European laboratories from The Courier - carnal in thousands world those cured in all curate parts of the realizes this and is supplying the Medical eKperto poneedo that bron demand as nd other paper can do chial chest and lung troubles lead to Courier-JournConsumption which uninterrupted The Twice-a-Wee- k prints the cream of the daily means speedy and certain death M A Slocum Simply write to news It is issued Wednesday and 0 98 Piue street T Now York giving Saturday The pi ice 1ms been re- ¬ post ofiico aud express address and cently cut from 1 to 50 cents a the free medicine will be promptly year making unquestionably the sent Sufferers should take instant generous proposicheapest as well as the best paper advantage of hjs tion published anywhere You get 104 Please tell the Doctor that you saw six or eight page papers for 50 his offer in the Hopkinsville Ken tuckian cents arrangement By a special Deafness Cannot Be Cured Courier Iournal the Twice-a-Wee- k the Twice-a-Wee- k and Kkntuckian by local applications as they caunot will be sent one year for only 200 reach the diseased portion of tho ear Subscriptions under this offer njust There is only one way to cure deaf be cash and must invariably be ness and that is by constitutional sent through the Kentuckian remedies Deafness is caused by an Office inflamed condition of the mucuB lin tinil Storm at Kennedy ing of the Eustachian Tube Whou Reports of very serious damage this tube gets inilamod you havo a to the crops in South Christian by rumbling sound or inperfeet hearing a hail stormlast Sunday have been and when it is entirely closed deaf received In the Kennedy neighbor- ¬ uosb is tho result and unless tho in hood a great deal of wheat was fhmation can bo taken out and this blown and battered down and can tube resorted to its normal condition not be saved The loss will be hearing will bo destroyed forever nine caeeB out of ton aro caused by heavy catarrh which nothing but an inflamDentist For Pembroke ed condition of the tnuous surfaces Mr Howard Bow registered in Wo will give One Hundred Dollars the city this morning as a dentist for any case of Deafness caused by and will locate at Pembroke catarrh that canuot bo cured by The McKee Sent South HallB Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free Newport News June 21 Spe ¬ P J Cheney Co Toledo O cial The torpedo boat McKce Sold by druggist 75o has been ordered to Key West HallB Family Fills aro tho beat Mr Chas L Nickell special Notice X t ¬ Hog Market distinguished New York chem Head istThe A T Slocumt demonstrating his J H Anderson Go The Daily Kentuckian 400 PER YEAR ts We are going to quit profit Making ¬ Ei mm Id m mF m s cfl DAYS al and exactly one month earlier than usual we inaugurate our Grand Clearance Sale of seasonable goods This sale will commence ¬ WED MAY 18 and will close Saturday June 18 thus giving you an opportunity to buy your spring goods at greatly reduced prices Each day during this sale will bring forth many ¬ ¬ GREAT BARGAINS and those who do not come during this bale will miss an opportunity of a lifetime In addition to the ex treme low prices we offer we have an elegant line of ¬ FURNITURE consisting of Book Oases Table Screens Booking Chairs Writing Desks Hat Hacks and Medicine Cabi nets Theso articlos are elegant and will adorn any home and aro free s ¬ ¬ ¬ Remember Our Motto More for your money than any other house Or your money back Yours truly 3 Pants tuckian nnd UMzL fl fcv uuwt 31ne jailvbirdiitcm 4 I 4 k ii agent of the Provident Saving Life Nice house and lot for ale The Assurance Society New York is in most pleanant place in the town of the city Gracey also fruit trees of all kinds lies in close connection with the Mrs M L Dabney and Mrs R R and L N A Elizabeth Wiley of Pjincetoh re ¬ Ilinois Central anyone wishing twlo nice place for turned home today aftrr yiifcto catc in Gracey For full particu- Mrs Frank Dabney to jm JVfrs Q 1J J Richards am- Comp T lar4 plee cfdl nnimrcwi uj BS itfi KiehraoHd from the L iLdM Wi L i Shi It 3Hiiakajfltof AmiJHMmSllaMmMkMaimimm KiHtmMhfX