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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a n 41 VOL 1 NO 48 HOPKINSVILLE KY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 22 1898 PRICE 2 GENTS A SICK STRANGER A SIDE WITH SPAIN Very 111 Man Taken Off the Fresh Rumors of France and V Morning Train Germanys Hostility SPOT Of Night Waited For and His Wife With Him Who Refuses Trying to Agree Upon a Plan of to Tell Who He Is or M Where He Is From When jf t t Will Be Profitable London the Battle Covered With the Dead Spanish Corpses Cervera Will Move Preparing to Make a Desper ate Dash For Liberty The Cuban scouts report Special Mole St Nicholas June 22 that Admiral Cervera is preparing- to make a desperate effort to escape It is believed the Mer on the first dark night affording- an opportunity rimac wreck can be passed single file There may still be a chance for a naval battle This move would of course be the last desperate at- Â¬ tempt of a doomed man There is absolutely no hope of escape cither in -- or out of the bottle After Gen Miles Scalp The Journals Washington corres- Â¬ Special pondent says the action of the House Committee in reporting favorably the bill giving Gen Corbin the rank of Pay Major General is interpret- Â¬ ed to mean that he will soon be raised to the rank of Lieut General to supersede Miles New Yore June 22 Congress Wants to Know Senator Jones of Arkansas Special Washington June 22 offered in the Senate a resolution providing for a rigid investigation tf Government Agent Schlierholz on account pf theseizure of timber along White river The Senate passed the resolution requesting the Secretary DISABLED AND TOWED BACK TO CADIZ N northbound train arrived from Nashville to dtfys a stranger who was verv ill was taken off being unable to go any further He was unconscious and M entirely helpless Application was made at thej Phoenix Hotel but no room could be secured and he was taken to Mrs Elgins boarding house With the man was his wife and a little girl about twelve years old Dr H H Wallace was sent for but the lady at the very outset re- Â¬ fused to tell who the man was She t told Dr Wallace her husbands name but made him promise not to let it get into the papers A reporter of the Kfntuckian called at Mrs Elgins but nothing could be learned Dr Wallace said there were no sensational features The man was sick from fever and it was in every way a very ordinary occurrence The lady shrank from any news Â¬ paper notoriety and for that rea- Â¬ son refused to disclose her identity The family were well dressed and appeared to be people of refinement Mrs Elgin said they were from NewOrleans and traveling in search of health Another report is that they are Owensboro people The man is about 45 years old low of stature and has the appearance of an invalid He wears a full dark beard and his hair is dark His wife is considerably younger than her husband and the little girl has dark hair and eyes and resembles her father very closely The family engaged board for a few days and will leave as soon as the sick man is able to travel HOPKINSVILLE NEEDS the L Special June 22 papers allege that Germany Two has offered Spain 125000000 fdr the prh ilege of establishing a pro- Â¬ tectorate over the Philippines for twenty years engaging to send troops enough to end the war in the islands Another plan is for Germany to yield to France the conquered provinces of Alsace Lorraine in return for which France isto join Germany in intervening between the United New York June 22 A dispatch from Guantanamo Bay Special States and Spain France paying dated June 20th says the marines at Camp McCalla have not been fired Americas war indemnity and Ger- Â¬ on for three days by the Spaniards manys reward to be the Phil- Â¬ Cuban scouts estimate that 300 Spaniards were killed in the three ippines days fighting around the camp The dead are still unburied and it is Spain Hot in the Collar impossible to go within two miles of the scene of the biggest battle In where the decomposed bodies are exposed to the thousands of vultures Madrid June 22 Special the Chamber of Deputies yesterday feeding upon them Moreti former Minister of Colonies Sick Him Sick Him made a vigorous defense of the Ad- Â¬ ministration Rivera former Gov Off Santiago June 22 Gen Garcia the Cuban leader Special ernor of the Philippines declared informed Admiral Sampson that the Spanish General Pando that the renewal of the rebellion Sunday a large force is marching towards Santiago to re inforce Gen was duo to the low blackguarded with Linares conduct of the Yankees Vultures Preying Upon 300 Â¬ Shatter m ffft officiate Wedding at Bainbridge How Did He Get Out of Havana Walter Woosley a young farmer of the Bainbridge vicinity will be Gen Blancos secretary Kingston Jamaica June 22 Special married at 5 p m to day to Miss t Cora James of the same neighbor Â¬ Charez has arrived here on the Adula en route home to Spain on a sehood The wedding will occur at cret mission the brides home and Rev Joel Hopson of the Baptist church will Cuba Â¬ Has a Navy It is stated that Commander Kim- Â¬ ball of the United States torpedo A street railway system flotilla has asked for the Holland A pressed brick manufactory lo- sub marine boat to use at Havana cated on the Morrow farm wlu ie A navy department test of the new there are as fine clay beds as can boat will be made Friday and if it be found in Illinois or any other ja hm f is successful the Holland invention -state will be sent to the front S A paper mill to turn the raw maJ Sterial around us into a finished pro Coaling for a Long Voyage duct that has to be imported into Special Norfolk Va June 22 BROADSIDE BATTLESHIP VITORIA every town in Kentucky Sailing ships here are loading coal A canned goods factory to place The Vitorla as well as another vossol called tho Numancia has no conn- for Honolulu It is believed to be torpart in tho Amorican navy Sho is called a broadsido battleship and upon the market the thousands of really an old fashioned war vessel remodeled Her valno therofore as a fight bushels of fruit and vegetables that the purpose of the government to place a supply there for the use of ing machine despite- tho foot that sho has heavy armor and nnnamont fa go to waste every year problomatio She would probably not bavo mnoh ohanco of viotory in a brush ships going from San Francisco to A Marsden cellulose factory to iWith n modern battleship or oven an armored oruisor of tho Now York or turn the cornstalks of the count Manila IBrooklvu typo into dollars for the farmers Havana Taking it Easy of the Navy to inform Congress where Hobson and his crew are confined Half a dozen more flouring mills Special Key West June 22 also what steps have been taken to secure their exchange also a resolu Â¬ to furnish a local market for the en- Â¬ Thelatest from Havana is that the tion asking the Secretary for information as to whether the bodies of ma Â¬ tire wheat crop and fill orders that city is very quiet the people seem Â¬ rines killed at Guantanamo were mutilated as reported the present mills are unable to sup ing to realize that the end is near ply The prize steamer Pedro will be Enough more cigar and tobacco lined as a transport factories to make Hopkinsville one Washington June 22 Special Secretary Alger at noon said he Four Men Fatally Hurt of the tobacco manufacturing cenhad no idea when a landing would be effected Hoped it would be soon ters of the South Bosfon 22 Special Â¬ III ffu U a v H xvyX m ftW US vwLr V jt New York June 22 Special The Alfreda the first ship of the Miss Elgin Entertains to day under command of Capt John OBrien Miss Florence Elgin entertained Cuban navy sailed a few of her young friends last night Those present were Don Carlos Did the Caesar Act Messrs Claude Smith Charles Daniel Edmund Starling Misses New York Sune 22 R D He Lacertina agent in this Special Lillie Brown Clara Braden Beu country of Don Carlos returned from a vkit tohis superior and says the lah llarned Nettie Hord Spanish crown was offered Don Carlos six weeks ago but refused He Will Test the Holland Boat says as soon as the war is settled Carlos will step in and take charge of New York June 22 Special the reorganization of the government Porto Ricos Secretary in Washington Washington June 22 Considerable importance is at Â¬ Special tached to the visit here of Secretary Tood of the Porto Rico revolution- Â¬ ary Junta The opinion prevails that he is endeavoring to affect an American protectorate until a staple form of government is provided for the island TTLBE-J Sr - Â¬ - Â¬ Shatters Troubles Have Begun Special Washington June 22 Telegraph instruments in the now make direct communication with Shaffers headquarters war room at Guantanamo Bay Facts regarding the proposed landing were re Â¬ ceived last night but only given out that the debarkation had not taken place Â¬ Michigan Troops Selected Special The 3ird and one battalion of the Camp Alger June 22 34th Michigan were this morning ordered to proceed to Newport News to take transportation to the South Â¬ Algers Lack of Knowledge Troops Leaving Mobile Special The departure of volunteers has Mobile Ala June 22 commenced The Frst Texas left for Miama Fla to day -- Â¬ Wheat Crop Will Be Light Many of the leading farmers are bringing in the information that the wheat crop is going to be very 1Kht fully 20 per cent short of last years crop There is a rank growth of straw and the heads are large but the grains are not there lhe way they are filled out is a great disappointment and when threshing begins there are going tq be many disappointments A Shell Does Damage Key West June 22 Special A one pqund shell accidentally ex Â¬ ploded on a gunboat on blockade duty yesterday Two men were wounded but both will recover A Lively Fox Chase Dr Claudy Banks and Danker BnileyiRussell went out three miles north oVvtpjn Inst night with a dozen hounds to indulge in a fox hunt Will WkI Tomorrow They sueceededin raising one hut Mr James F Robertson nd Mips after a AUlu PviH wlU b mrM ThursÂ¬ to a ha1 lively chase he escaped m day it 230 p m at the bride honfb near Empire by fov Lafay Â¬ Dewey seemaX U be getting ette HelUn of the Bnptit chujxji June A cold storage and produce The Nicholas Grease Factory at A Colored Couple Coupled shipping depot where the country Woburn blew up this morning and Judge Cansler said the ceremony people can find a ready market for four workmen Were fatally injured this morning that united in mar Â¬ riage a colored couple from the anything they have from a pound The loss is 80000 country Their names were Wal Â¬ of butter to a load of potatoes Brought Here for Burial ter Pryor and Georgia Williams These enterprises and enough of a colored woman The remains Will Stay in Cuba other factories anil nlllls to give em named Sallie Lunsford arrived Corporals Gus Breathitt and Ed ploymerit to idle workmen would from Henderson this morning and Buchanan of this city have formed make Hopkinsville blossom like a were buried at the colored cemetery a partnership and will remain in this afternoon at 2 p m rose Cuba after the war closes and en Â¬ ri gage in tobacco culture They Bostonians Scared Again Hunting Hard for Transports are both old bachelors who have Special The Boston June22 Special The Boston J una 22 made up thejr minds to run the has sailed presUma- - Spaniards out of Ouba perhaps government is niakjng strenuous San Francisco effprt to secure enough transports bly ldr Provincctown tQ resume pa marry pretty bright eyed Cuban senoritiu and stavv right there trol duty for ti Shatter re eu0icement i 1 4Utfl i Kentucky Girl Harries a Soldier Mibs B Richards of Georgetown Ky daughter of the late Col A Keene Richards the famous turf-man was married Sunday to Capt Frank Stuhbs of Monroe La The marriage took place at Mobile where Capt Stubbs is in camp with the Louisiana volunteers It was to have occured in October but was hastened on account of the Cap Â¬ tains regiment receiving orders to move The groom Is a prominent lawyer Up t6 the1 present moment Dewey iu flir nnlv innauiiiniii lini vihn ilr-Rervpp credit for prompt delivery of Â¬ urn gcHxisj mmmm Pn T SI jWItp PH w fljpn XDbe PabStlscti Emails ftentucfcian C tie except Sunday br DeKrcrot by carrier to aB parts crerx 10 wot week CXAS 3C K3CACXA3C 213 D Xaia dty at cext SUlBSCKITTIOir XATE PekWeEK 35 PrD Mnvm K AnflKOG u 100 Per Year in Advance Per 3 Mostds in Advance -- 10 400 P Congressional Convention Prom what the say of Gen be very easy The official call issued by the dis- Â¬ Shatters size he will to list trict committee at its meeting in Uopkinsville April 19 was as fol- Â¬ Monday showed lows A test vote taken that the Hawaiian resolution will 1 It is hereby ordered that on pass the Senate by an overwhelmi- the 25th day of June 189S at 2 ng- majority oclock p nf standard time there shall be held at each voting pre- Â¬ The Kansas apple crop will be cinct of the Second Congressional almost a total failure Not more district at the usual voting place a than 15 per cent of a crop vill be precinct convention for the purpose gathered of appointing delegates to a county Admiral Sampson will probablv soon learn that he made a mistake in - nairiny the cable at Git an- 3 tanamo X convention which will in turn ap- Â¬ y i r Br v 1 L m IP 1- iLi point delegates to a district con- Â¬ vention called to nominate a Demo cratic candidate for Congress 2 Each precinct shall be allow- Â¬ Tivpntv or thirtv members of ed one delegate vote for each 50 over 25 cast for Company E First Wisconsin Regi votes and fraction provid- Â¬ ment at Jacksonville are sick from the Bryan electors in 1896 at eating unwholesome canned goods ed that each precint shall have least one delegate vote 3 The delegate votes of the Miles and Alger are again fussing- and are unable to agree upon a county shall be prorated or di- Â¬ leader for the troops to be sent to vided in such a manner as to ex- Â¬ reinforce Shatter The President press the will of the voters as will have to decide the controversy shown by their votes in the precinct convention The representation of Waterloo Lieut Blue has already distin the several counties is herebv fixed An immense man eating shark quished himself in Cuba by riding upon the basis of one delegate vote was caught in the water just off It still re- Â¬ for each 200 votes cast for Bryan Coney Island the other day How an army mule 72 miles Y he happened to leave the land is a mains to be seen what Maj White electors in 1896 jmmm 4 All persons who support the mystery and Col Redd will do Bryan electors in 1896 and all per-Â¬ There is bound to tfejaVgreat re- Â¬ Maj Gen Shatter is a heavy sons who desire to come into the vival of business afferAithe war weight whose avordupois is said to regular Democratic organization Think how a junk dealer would This explains and who will agree to support the thrive in Santiago reach 314 pounds t in reaching Cuba nominee of the convention his long delay and all The Boston Herald says that Large bodies move slowly persons who are not 21 years of war poetry nowadays isnt up to to vote at the mark It ought tobe right up mighty age who will be entitled The administrations 1898 and to the November election blue pencil mark the mind is now turned to selecting will agree to support the nomi- Â¬ names for the new ships but all of who Spains delay in exchanging Hob convention herein called of son probably isbased on the inten- Â¬ the war babies so far are still being nee the shall be entitled to vote in said pre tion to demand a whole regiment called Dewey cinct convention of Spaniards for him 9 The delegates chosen at said pre Orders have been given to hold The cheerful imbecile who insists as prisoners of war all Spanish cint convention on June 25th shall that thre is always plenty of room - subjects taken on prize steamers meet in county conventions at their top should take a look at the 200 of these who respective county seats at 2 oclock at the As there are over thermometer are non combatants the exchange p m Monday June 27th 1898 and appoint delegates to a district con- Â¬ In spite of all reports to the con- Â¬ of Hobons crew may be forced vention herein called to assemble in trary we dont believe Germany in- Â¬ State Democratic conventions are the city of Henderson on Wednes- Â¬ tends to dispute with the umpire at in session to day in Indiana and day June 29 1898 at 1 oclock Manila In Arkansas Gov p m Arkansas There is a growing impression Jones will be re nominated Minor The representation of the sev- Â¬ that in a prolonged engagement the Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Goods Notions Cloth- State officers will be named in In- Â¬ eral counties in said district con- Â¬ 1 Armour clad wheat deal is safest mg etc Detore making their purchases Everything new and diana in all vention shall be a follows Chris- Â¬ part ap Â¬ departments The The Fulton Daily Leader will be tian 16 Daviess 25 Hancock 5 parently has transferred its head- Â¬ 17 Mc Â¬ touched off at Fulton Ky on Henderson 20 Hopkins 16 7 Union Webster 12 quarters to Madrid the 25th inst by Mott Ayrcs an Lean Ready-To-We- ar Any a experienced newspaper man who Necessary to choice 59 and a bloatedman can nowforbecome and 20 bondholder has recently been living in St fraction that is cheap enough Louis Of Interest to Doctors Dandies made by flie best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH Spain might as well charge up They are Office or the State Uoard of Health chosen Gen Aguinaldo has been Howling tiieeu Ky Juno SI 18081 Cerveras fleet to her sinking fund President of the provisional govern- Â¬ To Osteopaths and IN SHOES all Other Un- Â¬ right away ment of the Philippine Islands The licensed Practitioners op the France is no longer singingOh Healing Art in Kentucky new government will not oppose an M Meline mv M Meline Notice is hereby American protectorate or occupa- Â¬ Gentlemen GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU No wonder Judge failed those tion and favors annexation given that this Board will hold an examination of applicants for li- Â¬ Spanish dailies are so funny The list of second lieutenants in cense to practice the healing art REMEMBER THE PLACE Next Door to Hardwicks Dewey seems to be getting the regular army to be appointed by any system or method whatso- Â¬ from civil life has been made pub- Â¬ ever at the University of Louis- Â¬ greater by degrees lic The Kentuckians named are ville in the city of Louisville be Â¬ R P TDRNEY Next Saturday at 2 oclock will The Present Crisis SAM BOYD John K Proctor Jr Benjamin H ginning at 9 a m Tuesday July be held the precinct conventions in Watkins and J T Geary 5 1898 the congressional race to appoint It having been determined that The examination will be open to delegates to the county conventions Col Bryans regiment will fight un- Â¬ all bona fide residents of the State on Monday There is but one candi- Â¬ THE POST DISPATCH der Gen Lee the question of get Â¬ who are graduates from schools of date Hou H D Allen but there ting to Jacksonville at once comes Osteopathy from medical schools should be a general turnout at the Is tlic Only up If he takes the usual and most whose standing has not been here- Â¬ conventions f St Xouis Paper direct route he will pass through tofore fixed by the Board and to all reputable non graduates who were BASEBALL With Its Own Staff Correspondents this citv reputably and honorably engaged at all romts oi Interest M SPECIAL At Havana Two oi Dewqys men have ar-Â¬ in the practice of medicine in this Mr Sylvester Scovel rived at Washington from Manila State prior to February 23 1884 KEfSUlrs Of YESTERDAY S GAMES BOYD TURNEV Proprietors At Madrid The term of enlistment of one has who can furnish the proof required Louisville 14 Washington 3 Mr A E Houghton expired and the other is a doctor by the statutes At Washington Brooklyn 7 Cleveland 5 This famous health and pleasure resort the oldest in Western Kentucky who came home on a leave of ab- Â¬ Mr Stephen Bonsai The examination will be limited New York 10 Pittsburg 3 At New York is situated on tho Ohio Valllloy branch of the Illiuoip Central railroiul V sence to marry They were par-Â¬ to the branches taught in such Baltimore 4 Cincinnati 2 Mr Morton Watkins in the mattle at Manila ticipants schools at the time the particular miles from Hopkinsvilleand U miles from Princeton Philadelphia 9 St Louis G B applicant graduated will be en- Â¬ Chicago 12 Boston 6 The court of appeals has declar- Â¬ tirely in writing and while THE NEWS OF THE DAT IN practi ed unconstitutional the act of the HOW THEY STAND cal in character will be sufficiently DISPATCH THE POST last legislature changing the limits thorough to fully and fairly test the Clubs JJEosl Won ot the third fifth and seventh ap- 15 cents a week seven days if do capacity of applicant 34 Hotel Accommodations I3nsurp pellate court districts This Board wants each competent TheÂ¬ Cincinnati jirered by ngent GO cents a month iCSO ap- Boston every 33 if sent by muil gdrrymanding act was passed to to obtain a license and no Cleveland J Slllllllllrnilfl KVVHHj mww Wnfnr in 14MUUUUMVWI SlX trttlllB clnilV IU11 niinlrhnTfn 31 fflffigl Vft 4 Almnrlnnno make a Democratic district out of a plicant one should ask more than this As Baltimore 30 MjO Reduced Rates First ClaBs Italiau Band Employed for tho season Republican one but the highest N L TIME TABLE not contemplate Chicago 31 VJg3 court knocks the plan in the head the Board does i TRAINS BOOTH another examination for graduates 28 MMrite Rutis- The dicision is a great victory for from schools now represented in Pittsburg New York 27 No 55 HopkinBvillo Ac 615 a m C W Lester who the Republican H A fiRAWrtJO this State or for non graduates it Philadelphia n 1 TTllT--- r 22 No 53 Fast Line 600 a m Th v iv- v rx candidate for Appellate Judge vneefl Keo v is i reas i Trea No 51 Fast Mail is requested that all applicants be Brooklyn 513 pm 22 No 91 NO Limited 1116 pm 19 Hawaii is boon to become a terri- Â¬ on hand promptly at the hour St Louis Do Xl kinds of Laundry nd named TRAINS NORTH 19 Washington tory of the United States and we By order of the Board 18 - - Dye vwork Louisville No 92 Chicago Limited 936 n m have not yet seen any good reason J M Mathews M D No 52 StLuiExinnillD18um advanced why it should not In 9 And Solicit Your No 56 Hppkinsville Ac 825 p m President SCHEDULE POK TO DAY cannot cross the Pacific fact we woil 2t No 4 Fast Line 918 p m Washington at Louisville Wuron will call for and UHver your ocean for any purpose without J N McCormack M D I Secretary Nftebvllle AocommodaUoa do4s sot ruu on Baltimore a rjicinnati stopping at Hawhii as was clearly tributary poiaUkDWuutaliberid North boHHd Ht Loula and CHiIciro gt Up lathe present moment Dewey Brooklyn at Cleveland shown by the Experience of the uoibs nave TurosgB trains oua a ilreea all couimimioaticMW a OhlMMO and St Lout New York at Pittsburg present month Jt is valuable to is the only messenger boy who de PmLOi atopa only t important atattotii tdrv Philadelphia at St Louis Mttl fMatiupi Ha iuoouk PuUmjui Excetetir Stmt us k a- coaling stsmkni if for poth serves mtdit fpi prompt delivery of TMf CMexge Times HcraM 5tUiits A Michigan man who recently without married his mother-in-lagoing through the formality of se curing a divorce from her daughter The immense stock of clotiring shoes and furnishing goods is fastjdisappearing says he was merely actuated by a Well he at the Mammoth Clothing desire to secure peace Shoe Cos stored Xcwc nav some elegant goods to has secured it there is nothing sacrifice Hero are a few things Ihat are attracting attention Bargains that are more peaceful than a penitentiary Icaviiig our house- - every day sentence earned by bigamy fir il Kid Lavigne the champion i Balbriggnn Undershirts sold all over town at 10c OC0 light weight pugilist of America 1 Our Price artistically was quickly and Monarch Colored Shirts worth 150 Our Price jjirflff by a hotel clerk in New thrashed York the other day Mrs Lavigne Men8 Ilea vy Cheviot Work Shirts sold at 50c SWV evidently has not bcerija close stu Our Price dent of the life and public service of Mens Funcy Colored Shirks soft nnd Negligee OCn 1 with and without collars lauudried worth 0c Hon Billy Mason Scrivons Elastic Drawers sold at SI 00 Our fiKn The Madrid Impartial still in Â¬ XJUlt Price sists that the United States is a Childrens Shoes and slippers sold at Sl00 Our RfJn But nation of mere shopkeepers vlUu Price a magnificent bargain counter what Childrens Shoes and Slippers sold at Sl25 Our gg 1 Uncle Sam is fittingup Joe Leiters handsome features Childrens Shoes anu Slippers sold at 5150 Our 7CP Ivu Price have disappeared from the first Ladies SI50 Kid Shoes lace and button all toes QOp page If nothing succeeds like and sizes Our Price success it is equally true tnat Lilly Brackutt Cos J500 Mens Shoes Our nothing fails like a failure 0 Cf It wouldnt do io order the Vesu Our Leading Brands of S3 00 Shoe all styles ftO OC vius to fire her three dynamite guns Our Price 0 simultaneously shemightsinkCuba and then Sampson would have nothing to do ln our childrens CLOTflfNG e have made the V The modern Napoleon has one I Our 450 500 and 600 UXX X distinct advantage over his illus- Â¬ iines at 3 oo Our S3 50 and 400 lines at 2 00 Mens trious predecessor Bonaparte had voods m proportion If you want the best and cheapest suit yon ever bouht call no father to settle the bill after in at once as this sacrifice cannot hold on always w THE LAST ROUND J L v -- 1 fl r4 WXy i lh7 exBRGoVIiSr - MAMMOTH SHOE CO 1A o Tremendous Sacrifice LOTEGDSTG- IN NEW GOODS JO HETZS STORE The Great Hopkinsvilie Mecca For Economical Rtivers Iry THE PUBLIC tIA SEE Our up-to-d- ate peace-at-any-pri- ce Soils we lave tk Best All tlie Latest Styles CERULEAN- - SPRINGS v TRIGG COUNTY KY- - NOW OPEN -- r t For - I Excelsior Steam -- Ftrotag Cr QlTn2i ipk Co - intr tffift I tlMt BottUw at ChicAgp da r jMAAJ4Aet I isvc KY- - i A- M kJk msmmOkm MMrtMMttUMMtaa Mimical Convention Mrp at Hcrndon niusical A term at Hcrndon closed Friday with a concert and although the cloudB indicated rain the hall beautifully decorated with flowers and evergreens and gracefully draped in our national colors was well filled with an appreciative audience Among the well selected features of the evening we cannot refrain Bright from the mention of a worthy song by six lit- Â¬ Angels tle maidens and the instrumental solos and duet played by the little folks were beautiful and showed The Gypsy thorough training The New Woman Operetta and Red White and BhteTam bourinc Drill are worthy of special mention as the participants ac- quitted themselves with much crddit Miss Sarah M Sypert whose finely cultured voice has been so highly complimented by the music circles of Clarksville favored us with the rendition of Dream Song by Miss Eva B Smith and proved herself a charming vocalist Miss Barbara Adcocks Of Christ-Â¬ ian county who is accomplished in instrumental music also added much to enjoyment of the evening In addition to the lenjrthy pro- gram the Knight Reeves Band dis- Â¬ coursed sweet streams of music By special request Mrs Mason recited in her usual pleasing man- Â¬ ner Mrs Mason is one of our home talent women and has made- a specialty of music and elocution well This cultured lady is known among us and it is needless to speak of her superior ability and Her high literary attainments pupils advance rapidly and are thoroughly taught Patrons can- Â¬ not fail to appreciate her efforts It is hoped Mrs Mason will repeat this concert at an early date The small admission fee is to be donated to the church organ funds - Tandy Masons Built of marblt Boom 1 A HIDEOUS RELIGION That 19 I by 4 i i lipjlj A I L t4 Town In Canada Now Desalted wns assislunt engineer on the Quebec railroad n branch Ontario of the Canadian Pacific railway said tin engineer in Taconin and in run- Â¬ ning our preliminary lines ono of them touched Bridgewntcr Ontario n deserted town that was the person- Â¬ ification of Olher Goldsmiths DeÂ¬ serted Village Bridgewntcr wns brought into existence by ono of tho strangest gold finds and crazes in the history of this continent Nearly 25 years ago a farmers wife wns searching the woods sur- Â¬ rounding their farm for a sow that had strayed and becoming thirsty stopped to get a drink from thespring Sjipping she fell against n small loose roclc which rolled to her feet and which proved to be a twenty pound nugget of almost pure gold Bridge water at that time wns almost 40 miles from tho nearest railroad and tho present site of the town was nothing but n wilderness but the ef Â¬ fect of that accidental find of the farmers wife was such that inside of six months what had been a burned over barren wilderness was converted into a substantial city of nearly 5000 people In digging a shaft about a mile south of the town site on the claim of Billin Flint a life senator of Can- Â¬ ada an immense quarry of the purest white marble ever found on this con tinent was discovered and at tho sug- Â¬ gestion of the senator the town of Bridgeport was practically built of marble for it has to day tho only ho- Â¬ tel church school courthouse and private dwellings constructed entirely of whito marble in the world and a mile north of the town are an aban Â¬ doned ax factory and grist mill whoso foundations are built of tho same IiOittliNomu Spectacle tin KnUlrH lie Sn Cnllcil Hoi Men of Illmloolftiii Tlid holiest place In nil Bombny Irccntcl Istlic tank It Isto the natives n snnctunry to It pilgrims go near It numbers of fakirs sit covered with filth and nslies in the hot sun Miss Guinness editor of n London paper Regions Heyond nfW n brief description of the nppenrnuceof these fnltlrs looking nlniost more like beasts thnn iumi indulges In the following reflections This Is UindooismhonrylUnddoism 3000 yenrs old and ruling to dny more thnn 200000000 men mid women The spectnele before us is the outcome of her teachings To their minds exist Â¬ ence is an cII emancipation from it in this life nnd in countless future lives Â¬ DMK 250000 CUBED The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO WCCURE EMISSIONS Nothing enn bo tnoro demoralizing to young or tniddlo nacd men than tho prcs enco of thoso nightly losses They prodiico wcakncfi ncrvousno3 afcollng of disgust nnd a vrholo train of symptom ilioy unlit ft man for business married lifo nnd soolal happiness No matter whctlior caused by ovil hoblta in youth natural weakness or foxual excesses our jncw Method Xrcatinont will positively euro yon NO CURE NO PAY CURED War News 9 annirtftffitaApa S Kcador you need help Early abuso or later excosscs may hnvo weakened you liXiiosuro may hnvo diseased you You nro not safo till rurod Our Now Method will euro you You run no risk i rS - VvK 3 oung man You nro pnlo fccblo and linggardi norvous Irntnhlo and ox cltnblo You becorco forgetful morose nnd despondent blotches nnd pimples sunken oyca wrinkled faco stooping form nnd downcast countcuanco rovcal mo Mignt or your existence 250000 V HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub- ft scribe tor papers away from home to get the latest and most re ft liable war news 1 WE CURE VARICOCELE euro it Tho wormy veins return to their normal condition nnd henco tho soxunl organs rcccivo proper nourish ment llio organs bocomo vitalized nil unnatural drains or losses ccaso and No temporary manly powers roturn boncflt hut n pcrmnnont euro assured U OUKIJ NO NO OIM3KA TLON NO DETEN Â¬ NiOESSABY TION PHOM BUSINESS lnaltor how Rorlons vour enso runv bj r how long you may havo had It our 1M1V JUlilllUii XlliSATAlJiiJttT Will i feSy AJS1 I A r Jr ftfriu -- IM f 1JMTJT fiSSS J r CURES GUARANTEED nnd euro SYPHILIS EMISSIONS IMPOTENOY STlUCfUKE VAltlCOOELE SEMI Â¬ NAL LOSSES DLADDEK AND KID- Â¬ NEY diseases CONSULTATION FHEE HOOKS FUEE CHARGES MODERATE If unnblo to call wrlto for a OHKSTrON BLANK for HOME TREATMENT 1LKKT AN INDIAN ASCETIC Ho Has Held Up His Hands Until They Have Beconio Rigid Wo treat beautiful material During the building of the town thousands of men prospected tho en Â¬ tire country and shafts and tunnels were driven some of them nearly 100 feet but strange as it may seem there was never enough gold found to pty the cost of a single shaft or tunnel sunk or run in the entire district So excited did the farmers around Bridgewater become that some of them actually hired guards to keep them from going on their land to pick Pat Ivehoe an old Irish- Â¬ up gold man who owned 100 acres of rock strewn barren land was offered 125 000 for his holding but held out for 150000 To day you could buy the property for probably 150 Ono rancher whose farm adjoined Aladdins Cave the place where the original nugget was found sold five acres to an English syndicate for 100000 and it is an established fact that the syndicate spent as much more developing their claim as everything was very costly all material having to be hauled nearly 50 miles over rough roads and they did not get a single ounce of free gold out of their pur- Â¬ chase but they mined some quartz about 100 tons shipped it to the states and in return got a bill from the smelling company for 3G0 for smolting charges over and above tho gold in the quartz This was tho first and I believe the last shipment of quartz ever made as the cost of haul ing shipping and smolting was 150 a ton more than tho rock produced Portland Oregonian A GERMAN WOMANS RIGHTS At Her Marriage She Gives Whole Independence Up Her Dandelion Hopkinsville Produce flarket Cash prices paid by Hopkinsville merchants Bacon Hatus country 810c 4A Shoulders SideB Lard Country Produce v 57c 67c 1517Jo 8c Butter Eggs New feathers Beeswax Tallow G iusong per lb Honey Tub washed wool Greased J t the one hope Detach joursclf from enrth go without clothes have no home no friends no people do no work take no interest in anything at all enjoy nothing feel nothing hope for nothing Detach jourself to do this- suffer pain sleep on spikes starve yourself or eat carrion und nameless abominations hold your arms up till they wither and the nails grow through the hand do anything and everything to get rid of your supreme curse conscious existence Think for one mo ment of what it would mean to you to believe that every living thing on the face of the earth was the body of some soul birds beasts Insects reptiles men all alike soulhouses and that human souls were ceaselessly shifting through countless lives and must for- Â¬ ever shift among these according to their merits or demerits Transmigra- Â¬ tion we call it and dismiss the idea with a word Think of the burden of itt the endless restless weary round from which there is no escape the inexorable sentence from which there is no appeal consigning jou to groveling reptile life or louthsomc being You may be born to morrow a leper an idiot Karma your a murderer anything fate determines what it shall be and your fate depends entirely on jour merits There is no pity an where there is no forgiveness Trouble conies is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Daily Telegraph Service 4 Kennedys Kergan 122 W XX2i9 FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O w Kentuckians Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and ovcry department of the paper is supplied with a m fl Ktl axjj tjV 4B ihKTil ft BB ow Vic Alamo SAfAtrrcMO B1 tV I gJMlW W W swSSi BETWEEN StLoiiisSanFranciscoRR THROUGH CAR ROUTE AND SPRINGFIELD JOPLIN PITTSBURG WICHITA EUREKA SPRINGS PARIS FT SMITH DALLAS SAN ANTONIO Til 2885o 1821c 2Jc 2225 10c 26c 1818c J Poultry Y chickens live per lb Roosters v 8c 2o 3 Grai- nOlovor per bushel t Ah you earned it cs to you to day Then terdny back in your last bod you sinned now you nre punished This theory apparently explains eerj thing so satisfactorily all tin crook edness and inequalities of life all the stiange chances of destiny But it is so hard so hopeless Eighty si mil lion times you will be born and reborn to suffer live nnd die What more natural than to wKh to shorten the period Become n deotie perhaps even n fakir By so doinfMou detach yourself You gradually eape relncnrnation You stand a faint and far off chance of sooner finding the oblivion of Nirvana not to be Â¬ BiyiiiSi UFssin1 HOUSTON GALVESTON Solid Voitibuled Tialnj with Pullman Sleepers Harvey Dining Halls nnd Reclining Chair Cars Maps time tables and full Information furnished upon application to W C news service that cannot be surpassed in all Â¬ MELTILLG GEO T NICIIOLSOX Trav Passr Agent ST LOUIS MO Gen I iwv ut in KI Passr Agent ST LOUIS MO Western lucky Ken Daily delivered In the city 10 Cis Com Wheat Corn 8 boiled lfic 75c 50c WILLIAM R Couifuniiilcr of In SHAFTER Per Week Livo stock Hogs Shoop Cattle Calves Hides and Furs Groeu hides Green salted hides f250350 V 350 3350 a Mluhlprnti Uxiicilttlon Man by Illrtli the Snntlnuro ilelulm JL r 3MV5pEACi I V 4VltrjftVt if ip - imntfiB T- n ikwiihm rtdia ii lint - itiHu ii - 2501 l 67c 7 Ac Dryfliut 10l2c GOo Vegetables Now potatoes per bushel Cabbage per head Watermelons 26c 3550o Florida Flour Retail Patont per bbl Standard per bbl Hay Clovef per cwtGood Timothy - r5 575 50 55c 70o lU Mariano Salva the young man who shot Gen Blanco is a native Cuban volunteer 27 years old He is under arrest and will doubtless be executed as soon as Gen Blanco is well enough to dispose of the case Lon Telegraph Circuit The most widely separated points between which a telegram can bo eout nro British Columbia and New ZenJ land The telegram would crosB North Amoriea Newfoundland tho Atlantic Britain Germany RiiBsia European and Asiatic China Japan Javawnd Australia It would mako nearly a circuit of th jflobo and liquated law woukKrvl rwr 80000 mito a dp Wear Spurs with Full Dress r - Mnj Gen William II Shnfter who with Maj Gen Copplngcr goes to San Germany and Japan arc tho only tiago de Cuba with a force of 25000 civilized countries at tho present day men to help the navy is a Michigan man the nrruy where therights of women arc restrict by birth nnd has been in exception since the civil wnr with the ed In all civilized communities everyone is supposed to have rights but nevertheless in these two coun- Â¬ tries tho legal rights of women arc hard to find In Germany a woman cannot con- Â¬ trol property or indeed her own ac- Â¬ tions for whatever property she has acquired in any way belongs to her father her husband or her sou and tho law requires that she should obey their orders When a German woman marries sho gives up tho whole of her independence if sho can over bo said to hnvo anj and confers on her hus Â¬ band absolute power over her He can compol her to work and do any Â¬ thing whichit is lawful for women to do and sho has no relief or protec- Â¬ OEN WILLIAM R SHAFTER tion should ho prove harsh and un Â¬ In Command of tho Army Expedition to Â¬ kind except public opinion WhatSantiago do Cuba ever property sho has at her marÂ¬ of n brief period he spent In farming riage becomes absolutely her hus Â¬ Gen Shnfter is 03 years old He en Â¬ bands and forever lie hns power to tered the army as n Michigan volunteer dispose of it exactly ns ho sees fit even and rose to the rank of lieutenant in the face of her opposition and in colonel Ills gallantry won him the caso of tho couple being divorced tho brevet of a brigadier general lie was womans property still remains with recalled to the service in 1880 and inÂ¬ gen tho husband Some of tho English May 1807 he became n brigadier re Â¬ eral of the regular army He was and American girls who have married cently elevated to his present rank and Gorman nobles have afterwards when the mobilization of troops began learned to their sorrow how different wnB assigned to the command nt New the laws regarding women and wom Orleans When he wns u colonel Gen ons proporty are in tho Fatherland Shaf ter was for some time in command in from wJiat they are in their own coun of tho famous Presidio reservation Gen It is expected us a rmo now Sau FrnuulscQ tries GfliOTan women Shatter will distinguish lijnisfcilt In over spom contented in spita of an Cuba Â¬ Alt Local WILL The Mews READING 11E FOUND fr 212 S Alain S Tele 99 2 hi RATFS RY MAIL WOUTH Stale and National IN THE KENTUCKlN -- Daily Daily Daily Semi One Month - - 35 - Three Months One Year Weekly Edition 100 1 400 yr 200 AND THE Week If We havo arranged n E Clubbing Rate oy wniun we can givp Both Papers One Year for 225 Regular price for Both is 300 We suve you generous part of thif Hllll The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained 9 Sewl or bring your cash with ordoi to tho rcisisr rxuciix utarjguam an Hopkins vllleKy Cents Subscribe Now And Get The News Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office in the Ken Â¬ i i At a moroly nominal prloo tho Nmv York OHl rcmarkablo LeriKarltimnkluKoiioof iuiiluniuilliDUl wiunuiiouii jiiuy uiu tiuiuuilg out an immoiiHomimlHrof camorns to nil jiurts and Is guaruntocU orthoCttinorftwltlcomiloto outfit for plio Soiul toiliw lor tournphlni unci ituvoloplnu tullvaitloulnin rigiudliiK this rdiuurViilifo of for aalt IsoxtroniulyllmltiKt The Uiimornls tlioioiiKlily lilBliKrudottiulrlrBtclnss In nvery roainijtJttiKl with nil inntlurn ImiHovomtuitH u icprcHoiited DFIftT tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 Ghas 11 i Address x Ailihcan OAMEItA DEPAmMKNT TnE NEW LKIHIHU YORK UUUDlNO LEDGER NVCITV Italian Publisher Mr Sack Ledford of Pe spent the dny in the city 0e DfiVC Bhould somlfttoiicofor appoint jre DUIO mlumlUt JunMssuul Wutclius tho Swedish mjy Tho officers of rrlntliiK lloasoa Air Hllea Riul niiti n compelled afterward to many valuable articles ai to bo UIJlLQ jut considered military officers and eldnllly glveu away Wear a red coral round his ceok in full dress niust vrear apui NworKLoUner Ledger WulIdliiK NvYork 1 Vueur Inw 1h Cor en No one must touch thtjklrijjaf Core unbidden and anyone who does o ap HOPKINSVIj LE KY iMfcHiMlFlifc- - t rm r -- tjJH-v v V tt en c J Wirw e ii One of Them t- - lr- - A C CIRCUIT COURT SPECIAL TAXES HERE AND THEREP H Layne has a nice pony for J A CwitMfesioficrs Sale ClUUSTIAN ClHGUtT COUMT KuKTlXftV K McFlieraoti Trutttu Etc Planttir KQMTV AGAINST Mo I Tito Ifopktimllio iloteUo Defendants 7 Several Judgments v the we IV mo pri Decker and Rollins The grand jury has investigated jsljjjfr the larceny cases against Hen- w ry uechcr iui Reeves store and Minor Rollins 4s charged with stealing W R How- ells harness and it is understood I true bills have been found against both of them though they have not W Decker is in yet been returned jailand Rollins is under arrest in Evansville Ed Williams Case Begun fc The damage case of Ed Williams N railroad was col vs the L Williams A begun this afternoon for being r sues for 2000 damages i pashed off a train vs heirs and creditors enuc Collector Judgment for sale and distribu- tion in the case of Knights Admr Phllpetnr Franks and his office vs heirs and creditors Iihtlie old case of J D Terry and force says the Owensboro Messen Â¬ very busy sending out nowife vs W MReynolds andothersa ger are tices to the dealers manufacturers judgment was rendered in favor of and bankers of the Second Ken- Â¬ the plaintiff This case has been tucky collection district of increas- Â¬ on the docket since 1889 and was ed rate of taxes under the pew na- Â¬ and heard by Judge McPherson and tional revenue law on July also notices to persons engaged in later by Judge Grace years ago a business which is taxed under V but no decision was ever announc Â¬ the new law and which heretofore ed It was a suit to dispossess paid no tax The notice also car- Â¬ Reynolds from some land occupied ries with it a blank for the proper by him after lying out for years remittance of the tax due on July 1 without any known owner Rey- - The work was begun Saturday and addressed and mailed nolds took it up and the court re notices were to all of the leaf tobacco dealers stores it to the Terrys Vi and banks of the district 6 2ldtf sale Tandy-egen- In an Old Case The cards for the ThosV Who Wilf jBc Caught by j felter wedding at Paducahvaune v 29th were issued yesterday J and A D Adair and McCarty Bros lhc Revenue Bill are very handsome vs W E Ragsdale a suit on adis- Rev S N Vail wishes Jtoteell his putifd account is on trial to day was Notices Now BeihV Sent Out fine family maxc with buggyV- - will An order of distribution dispose of her at a bargain PerÂ¬ by the Internal Rev made in the case of P A Watkins for a lady to drlve fectly Admrf Â¬ V fw ii is 4 3 rU Indictments Returned Five for failure to make settle- Â¬ m x ment with County Court Anna Radford col cutting in sudden heat and passion Henrv Decker breakinir into storehouse Minor Rollins petit larceny Jim Woosley obstructing high Â¬ way John H McRae housebreaking John Brinkley shooting on high Â¬ way Same shooting at another Same carrying concealed deadly weapons W H Burgess soliciting insur- Â¬ ance without license Adjourned PERSONAL GOSSIP Mr W R Smith of Newstead is in the city to day Mr J A Boyd of Bennettstown was here to day Mr P W Baker of Gracey is here to day W R Bearden of Allegree is in the cit to day Mr W T Wadlington of Gra- Â¬ cey is here to day Mr Joe Penick of Daysville is here on business Mr Joe Ledford of Pee Dee is here on business to day Mr J A Marquess of Pee Dee was in theeity to day W L Bamberger has gone to Dawson for a few days Mr and Mrs T E Walker of Pon spent to day in the city Miss Viola Flemingof Beverly is shopping in the city to day Mr and Mrs Garland Cooper went to Chicago this morning Mr F B McCown of Kirkmans ville was in town yesterday Mr Price Middleton of the most popular drummers on the road is here to day Jno T Evans and Ed Jackson two prominent farmers of Trenton Heretofore leaf tobacco dealers and banks have paid no tax but July 1 the leaf tobacco dealers will pay a special tax It is a graduated tax and the dealer pays according to the amount of business he does six dollars a jear being the lowest tax with a tax of twelve dollars and twenty four dollars ac cording to the volume of business There are 409 leaf tobacco deal srs in this collection district a greater number than there is in any other district in the United States It is estimated that the taxes paid by these 408 dealers on July 1 will average fifteen dollars each making a total of 6135 which will be paid into the United States treasury by leaf tobacco dealers alone under the new revenue law There arclll banks in the2nd Ken- Â¬ tucky revenue districtThey aretax ed 50 a year for the first 25000 of capital stock and surplus and two for each additional 1000 the 111 banks will pay 15150 into the treasury on July 1 The foregoing figures with reference to the banks are taken from statements made by the banks on May 1 and they are practically correct as there will not be much change in the surplus accounts of the banks before July 1 Owensboro will pay more bank tax than any other city in the dis- Â¬ trict leading off with 232884 The amount of tax due from banks and leaf tobacco dealers in this district on July 1 will be about By Virtue of n ifudgment and order of sale of the Christian Circuit Court rendered at the Fobrutiry term thereof 1808 ia tlto above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale ns a whole at the Court House door in Hopkinaville Ivy to tho highest bidder at Public Auction on Mon tfe day tho 4th day of July 1898 at 11 being S J Shackelford cleric of the oclock a in or thereabout Court ofAppeals has appointed Win County Court day upon a credit of six and eighteen months thcltight of McGoffin of Harrodsburgbneofhis llvdemption in and to tho following deputies jluc new cicrK win go described nroperty to wit into office Sept 1 Tho property known as tho Uolcl Lathameituated on Virginia street child of The little ia the City of Hopkinsville in Chris Albert Jenkins colored who is em Â¬ tian County Kentucky including ployed by A Brunson was drown- Â¬ the lot on which said Hotel stands ed at its home near the seven mile which lot fronts about 1G0 feet on ferry in Clarksville says the Leaf said Virginia street is bounded on Chronicle The child was in charge tho Worth by bixth street on the South by Seventh street runs brother and all of back Eastward with said and and of a 6th a sudden it rolled off of the porch 7th Streets 134 feet to the center of and fell into a tub where it an alley or pnssway which runs be drowned The mother was away tween said Hotel property and the now owned by John C Schmitt on an errand at ihe time and when Latham lot together with all the Furshe returned she found the child niture machinery fixtures carpets beds and bedding table ware etc dead now contained in and belomnnff to DAILY MARKET REPORT onid f tntn1 I ntlinin The Right of Redemption in and to Corrected Dully ByUea Itavrllng Hanker all of the above described property nml It ro Iter Ilopklnsvlllc JCjr both real and personal to be sold as a whole to produce the sums of v Cli lea go Market money ordered to be made amountÂ¬ Opg J HigVj Closing ing to 8000000 For the purchase price the purchaser must execute 73 74 July Wheat 74 bonds with approved surety or se-68 67 Wheat 6S Sept cureties bearing legal interest from July Corn 32tf 22fr thednyofBaJeuntilpiiidainl having 32 33 Sept Corn tho force nnd effect of a Replevin Bidders will he prepared tc 23J4 Bond July Oats 23tf comply promptly with theso terms 0 203 20 Sept Oats FltAKK Bivks 60 July Pork 9 45 Master Commissioner C Co 5 72 July Lard 5 70 5 5 40 Julv Ribs 545 THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE calls 68 Sept wheat puts 66 jtt Cash Wheat 82K Lung Troubles and Consump- Â¬ tea-months-- CUT SALE FROM NOW s Â¬ five-year-o- ld Â¬ e W 1 W v I HVfc2SVr vd You can save money by attending this sale SEE HAND BILLS FOR 11A d LY 81 mP9 25 45r V I t3 jr s ITEMS kt t4 New VorkStocksnml Cotton I Opg 6 23 1 15 j Hjffc Closinj tion Can be Cured An Eminent Hew York Ohemist and Scien tistlTakesa Tree Offer to Oar Readers Aug Cotton Am Tob Chicago Gas CB Q 65 L15 1 Q4 OMPANY MMbftoWkmfkfbfbMMMMtok WWIWMVWWWMWffifMW J 6 15 1 14 04 51 1 033 1 2S 23 tf N L Manhattan Sugar Coal Iron 04 52 04 52i 104K VSV- i The distinguished New York chem T A Slocum demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute Pulmonary euro for Consumption 1st 31 24 - 24 ChlcngnUeceipts ToIiiy Wheat Corn 2LCars - Oats JJallnmteil a 347 Cars Trmi 152 - Iteceljiis r Cars Cars fcars Cars 400 400 3S0 400 Wheat Corn Oats i 12 340 140 Hop MnrUet Light Mixed Rough Heavy if sr Alartin Park 22000 Mr Ed Martin and Miss Annie The Hopkinaville banks will have Park were married at Guthrie Sun- Â¬ to onv approximately 1050 divid day morning Mr Martin is a ed as follows Hopkinsvijle 550 member of the grocery firm of Mar- Â¬ City 250 National 150 Planters tin Mimms His bride is a neice 100 of Mrs W F Randle and Miss Mary Park of this city Lighting Co Hopkinsville Gas A horse hitched to one of Forbes Bros lumber wagons ran away Important Notice late yesterday evening After goÂ¬ To intending consumers ing at a full tilt up Tenth street We respectfully call your atten to Eleventh tion to the fact that our liberal and around Walnut he stopped of his own accord at the offer of 30 feet of service pipe and on Virginia No harm was free ditching will shortly be with stable done drawn It is to your interest to put in your application before July Miss Vida Adams left this after-Â¬ 1st and receive this absolutely noon on the South bound train for a free gift Also the use of a gas visit to Hopkinsville and several range for 30 dayscfree of charge towns in Kentucky and Tennessee which can be purchased at abso She will be absent for several lutely cost price Gas for fuej pur- Â¬ weeks Madisonville Hustler poses 125 per 1000 fuel and Remember the flaine light 150 illuminating exclusively Place to get your fine Merchant Apply to A Pattox 200 Tailoring is by Fou right Pans Manager Howe Bldg Main St made for S3 5 7 and SuitsSW Y 7 a m to 9 p m --- decline and weakness loss of flesh and all conditions of wasting away will send THREE FREEBOTTLES all different of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Hopkinsville Kentuckiau writing for thorn His New Scientific Treatment has cured thousands permanently by its timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate u trial of his infallible cure Science daily develops new won dersand this great chemist patient- Â¬ ly experimenting for years has produced results as beneficial to humani ty ns can be claimed by any modern genius His assertion that luug troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by heartfelt filed iu hiB letters of gratitude American and Europeau laboratories in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bronchial chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M C 98 Pine street New York giving post office and express address and tho free medicine will be promptly sent Sufferers should take instant advantage of his gorerous proposition Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer iu tho Hopkinsville Ken tuckian Â¬ throat lung chest diseases stubborn couehs catarrhal affections general Tuberculosis and all bronchial The Daily Kentuckian 400 PEH YEAR i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We are going to quit a ii profit Making Â¬ FOR 3 ODAYS and exactly one month earlier than usual we inaugurate our Grand Clearance ale of seasonable goods This sale will commence WED MAY 18 9 Â¬ f oUISVILLE ST lj AS RAILWAY Kin bocso WeatPolnt Brandenbmg Irvington Ste pbenspor Clorerport Hawejvllle Lewiaport Owensboro SpotsTllle Xt Henderson Lv Louisville LOUIS No 83 TEX No Si Daily pm Daily 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 729pm 840am 7 65pm 914am 8 20ptn 9 40am 8 68 p 6 80 7 45 a ni d 18 p m pm pm p in 15 20 cj j m f with a freight approaching the Â¬ switch The end of the cars were ter Mrs McGahce in and several negro knocked Mr John Bullard of Hopkins tramps were in the cars bit escap Â¬ vilte was at Tfte Palmer lastnif ht ed injury The cars were derailed Quijfley TraRc waa interfered with for two I tKMira waa quite and tit yk on reatpNtaHn HopfciasvUle v PjuhtcalUfttwa ktawy i are in town Mrs D Armstrong of Cerulean Springs passed through the city this morning on her way to Pembroke to visit her sister Miss Lillie Brown left this morning for Indianapolis to visit friends a few days and will go from there to Pittsburg Pa to visit her lis Â¬ Air fletcalfe Returns Mr Thos L Metcalfe returned last nicrht from Fort Smith where he has been putting into operation a steam laundry plant He bought a nice lot built a suitable house and has started the laundry with fine prospects It will be under the management of Mr H B Wil liams who has been with the laun drv here Mr John Orr who built the house will return home in a few vft 11 65 pm 10 48pm 1131pm 1231pm 1 15 9 44 10 03 10 18 10 SS 11 05 11 23 12 07 1m am m m GREAT BARGAINS and those who do not come during this tale will miss an opportunity of a lifetime In addition to the ex Â¬ treme low prices we offer we have an elegant line of pm ucuiikm vuiiuui uc iureu A days Wrecked at Hadensville There was a freight wreck on the Louisville Nashville at Hadens- Â¬ ville Ky Tuesday Seven cars of one freight broke loose and collided Â¬ Jue if JI pt by local applications ns they cnuuot Lv nenderson 7 48am 316pm Spotuvllle reach the diseased portion of the ear Owensboro 827am 855pm 9 07am 432pm Lewisport There is only ono way to cure deaf Uaweavllle 980am 43pm 9 57 a m 6 17 p m Cloverport ness and that is by constitutional 10 18 a m 6 35 p m Stepbengport 11 00 a m 6 10 p m remedies Deafness is caused by an Irvington Brandenburg 1123am 639pm inflamed condition of tho mucus lin Wcat Point 1305pm 710pm lOCpm 800pm ing of the Eustachian Tubo WJion lr Louisville this tube gets inflamed you hare a For farther Information address It C Mobpdb A G P A rumbling sound or inperfeet hearing or Louisville Ky W L MiLUi and wbou it is entirely closed xlenf Owensboro Kt uess is the result and unless tho in flamation can be taken out and thiB Jf you want tubo resortvd to its normal coudition A Combination hearing wili bo destroyed forever Of Beauty nine cases out of ten nre caused by catarrh which nothing but nu inflam And Utility ed condition of the mucus surfaces Try tho tho Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollar Barred Plymouth for any case of Deafness caused by Rocks I have a catarrh that cannot bo cured by pen for sale con sisting or h 1500 Halls Catarrh Cure Send for oir oockand heus eulars free at f 1Q if takeu now Also cockerels F J CNRKsr Co TJolodo O lor Miev oeiMi lor eiroumr t 2WW hj kuggMtTO Â¬ Â¬ risr ueuND Daily Daly TsOam 354pm No 62 No 54 FURNITURE consisting of Book Cases Table Screens Booking Chairs Writing Desks Hat Hacks and Medicine Cabi Â¬ nets These articles are elegant and will adorn any homo and are free Mrr H Rfimpmnm flun Mntfh More for your money ilinn any btherhpuse Yours truly Or your money back lirWiMHHiifWjyi urajr yu Ljaju V v t Â¬ J ratm I Â¬ I Afi j jifciM jV lg TWnThmiijtUkvoiM juktirj5L jlL ji BBBrBBMBLllBlBlBllMMiBBBBWiBiBBBMiMMMBMM M ttu luoii i a v Hout aii r ti - r j- - h j S hit t 4L fraiWLij JLr JT r J jrryr78wVTPaTVVZ9iHHHHHBI jfKL j jKSMjf ci hn ar 11 I m Jl pl ii 1 1 1 fcapBMBMff HHHBnlaBIBHiH imiipw vpk ii fatwH mm i H