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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - YOIil NO 40 -- te HOT V W HOPKINSVILLE KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 23 1898 THE FOURTH REGIMENT Colsons Troops to be Mobilized Mohday- PRICE 2 CENTS HOBSONS GIRL Gets a Letter From the Hcrtf Spec Louisville Ky June 23 Sal It has been definitely settled that the Fmrlh Kentucky regiment vilU be mobilized at Lexington jJThe first company will probably reach Lexington Monday and the other will follow later in thq week All are rettdy to move at an hours notice Col Colson has not yet an- riduhced his staff The Captains with the locations of their corns panies aro as follows A II SteV- art Prestonsburg B B Golden Barbburville J Edgar Park Ir jine E Mi Shelly Albany L F JSrjsbee ijiddlesborough T G Tyree 01ieHill William Dixon ETyden Harlan T Beatty Beatty ville John jPatrick Jackson George C Coram reenup Joseph Forres- Â¬ ter Harlanl in Prison t IO iiti22uauMiMB Tune in the Old Town at 5 antiago hafters Amy Now landed and Ready to Fight A specail to the News Says Special Shortly after midnight Gen Shafters entirearmy landed aBaiquiri Tnninc nntimipM n rpmovG m nes from the naroor io uouDuiat me un k cable was cut by the St Louis yesterday me I with the outside world Shatter reports that all his troops are landed and that he is now I unloading- the seige guns horses and other supplies One Cuban was hurt by an American shell in the lulls There was tno resistance She Tells a Part of What Her Brave Lover Wrote to Her Confers With Foreign Little RockArk June23 cial Lieut Richmontl P son Spe- Â¬ Hob Ambassadors Turbulent Scenes Threatened in the Spanish Cortes the hero of the Merrimact has written a letter to his sweetheart here in which he says he is well treated by his Spanish captors GRANNY METCALFE One of Paducahs Oldest Residents Died at Sturgis flonday Chicago June 23 ri - 4 Augustis Family in Captivity Owing to to the opposition of Silvela Madrid June the Compulsory Military service bill will not pass the Cortes at the present session report that Gen August s family are The government confirms the prisoners in the bands of the rebels but discredits the report of the sur render of a Spanish column under Gen Monet 23--Sp- ecial Spanish Editot Hot in tKe Jas Carnel editor of the Heraldo Special Madrid June 23 violently attacks the Government saying it is responsible for sending Cervera to Saritiagp and declares he was not sugpViMyith the nece- Â¬ ssary ammulaTHoiirsiores coal etc The only plan to pursue he stfys is to close the Cortes and suspend the constitutional guarantee paniards Scared in Cadiz Mrs M A Metcalfe better known as Granny Metcalfe died- at Sturgis Union county Monday af- Â¬ ternoon at the residence of her daughter Mrs Newton Brooks and her remains were buriedin the cemetery at Casey ville She went from Paducah to Stur- Â¬ gis several months ago on a visit to her daughter Granny Metcalfe was 89 years of age the 16th day of last month and was a resident of Paducah for many years She leaves four chil- Â¬ dren Mrs J R Cosby and Mr Frank Metcalfe of this city Mrs Newton Broolcs of Sturgis and Mr Corts Metcalfe of Austin Tex She was the mother of ten as children but only the ones named survive her Granny Metcalfe was proba- Â¬ bly one of the best advertised wo- Â¬ men in IventuckAtjjherpicturfthav ing been constantly in- print throughout the State in connection with the advertisement of a medi- Â¬ cine company - Madrid June 23 Special The Republicans threaten a demon- Â¬ stration in the chamber of the government attempts to close the Cortes Big Verdict Against the I C Foreign affairs Minister Rio conferred with the Russian and other The Suprbme Court of Mississippi has handed down one of the most foreign ambassadors to day and also with Sagasta limportant decisions from a financial standpoint in the history of the Spain About Ready Quit State The case was that of AVirt Adams Pans June 23 Special The Madrid correspondent to the reyenue agent vs the Yazoo and Mississippi railroad now owned by Temps sends this statement by a leading conservative politicianthe Illinois Central a suit to recov Peace is absolutely necessary War under present conditions ertaxes for ten years from 1896 to means sheer ruin and would be little short madness The Colonial em- Â¬ date and involving 750000 The pire will be irretrievably lost by continuing the war The government railroad claimed thirty years ex- Â¬ Peace is the only means of pre- Â¬ emption under an old charter of the commits a crime against the country Mobile Northwestern The Su serving the monarchy and averting civil war and appalling ruin preme Court Jiolds that the railroad is not entitled to the exemption and must pay up The case is reversed Spanish News from Havana- 6n error of the court below but is practically settled in favor of the Special Havana June 23 The Spanish army has been organ Â¬ State ized into four corps exclusive of the division holding the eastern trocha THINGS THAT MAKE TIE TIRED Ten American ships are now carrying on the blockade A small Spanish vessel has seized a quantity of ammunition and To have aliowling fussy dog in stores left on the beach by the Americans for insurgents Santiago re- Â¬ theeiglibdrTOd ports 42 ships btFSigna To have promises made that are never intended to be redeemed to - M Si wvsr -- To even think of things that could be mentioned under this head Two More Batteries Move Norfolk A Professor Takes a Bride The anti British demonstration yester- Special Cadiz June 23 Prof Ira D Mitchell of Bedford fday resulted from apprehension that the Americans intend to bombard Ky and Miss Sallie May Coleman Cadiz and the Spanish forts This fear was caused by a merchant of Madisonville were married at 4 vessel reporting it was chased by an American warship in the English oclock Wednesday afternoon at Channel the home of Mr WCGray in Louis- Â¬ -ir Ir U ii ville Rev J S Coleman father of Poison in Maine Well the bride- performed the ceremony Prof Mitchell and his wife left at Twenty persons were once by boat for Cincinnati and the 23 Special Norway Lake Maine June to 11 r Prompt discovery East ProfMilchell is aninstruc Ji gpoiaonea uy xans green iuunu m u c jpuiciuuj tor in the Bedford High School prevented serious consequences Va June 23 Special Two additional batteries of will go to Tampa this week probably to be sent to Porto To see our beaux go wild over heavy artillery strange girls that they know noth- Â¬ Rico The Newark left Cape Henry yesterday going in a southeasterly ing about direction The first class battleship Illinois wiil be launched about Sept 15 It makes me tired to see a young man on a limited salary trying to play the dude with the girls To see so many vagabonds on our htrcets especially in the evening Chicago June 23 Special Senator Mason has received from Why not see where they get their Manila a Spanish flag captured at Cavite May 1 by Dewey sent to living Ouservkk him as a token of esteem by the Olympia officers for his patriotic utter- Â¬ a - Masons Oratory Gets a Reward - i1 Wv Judges Us By Grover Thf fJ1nhr- w1 n jv approves the op position of Grover Cleveland to American expansion It saysi the tra Editions of Washington diplomacy show that the American government Fy ncapable of studying the interest and prejudices of other powers K T FRENCH CRUISERS Farm Hand Fatally Hurt ances in Congress tuna molnn JMMV 0 llUUIll Three flore Have Been Sent to RroriTi1 www rianila - Hong Kong June 23 rJV Special -- Big Fire in Lincoln The Fitzgerald block the finest Special Lincoln Neb June 23 of the city Uurned this morning Loss block in the business section 200000 The Bayard the Vanban and the Pascal have joined the French cruisers now at Manila - - The School Per Capita Frankfort Ky June 23i57Super intendent of Public InHfnuction nayison will give out thapencap-ilt- for common school on July 1 iSF Wi says it will be in exesof220 ri- ihe amount last year y iHaster George DennisSerioiisIy III Master George Dennis SvliQwas taken ill about a week ago vith in a something like appendicitis very critical condition to dayherp sqeins little hope of his AirMMF SMiUM without a dillicult operation v I WA i Thorn Has a Date1 Spealal Long Inland June 23 Martin Thorn las been sentenced to be electrocuted in the wel end ing August 1st 4 ARMORED CRUISER INFANTA MARIA TERESA Thq Itifiinkt ig ho mtioli Jlko ho Vizoayn and Ahnirante I ujneuao that u Is uiiummwi7 to dosovibo her Like hor pistr 8hip alio is a ceived for 157000000 of wtoonrt WWrfnl flighting mwitiHs Jk Sho is one pf tho vorite vewwl JiMd aum of 500 and less wh Srayia Bonds Are In Demanttv peciai Washington June 23 Within a week bids have been re Â¬ Sifaipottkoi w ppr MMihlK iMQftn of hwr name p c-- r - France iy ujn Is IM Mine nrjonjfr giji r 9K tqy M Melihe Richard Dunlap colored was driving a binder on the farm of Mr Miles May Take Mis Bathtub to Cuba John Saunders two miles north of Gen St Bethlehem about 8 oclock Special A Washington special to the World New Vork June 23 Wednesday morning says the Clarksville Times when the team says Gen Miles who is now there may go in person to Santiago to became frightened and ran Dun take charge of the military operations there lap was thrown from his seat be neath the machine and it ran over him the sharp pointed piecesknown Hunting a Nice Warm Summer Resort as snake eyes which protect the blade penetrating his skull in two Special Maj Daly Surgeon on Gen Miles Key West June 23 places producing very bad wounds staff is her seeking a place to camp 15000 men lie also inspected the Physicians state that he is fatally It is supposed the country about Mobile Fernandina and Miami injured for the reserved force camp is to be established Botts Gill Wedding into the house The doors were riason Braniham Buys a Bird Mr J S Botts of Lexington examined and found fastened but Mason Bramham the popular Ky and Miss Sarah Gill were aim again tue Knocuing anu united in marriage at the residence young salesman it the Racket uan i 14 ib fiwmnriwnrhiri rattling was heard At last a w ww ut Mr B F Gill father of the uuugiii i mm uu mjaicij from a country boy one day last bnde in Clarksville Wednesday j- S uyua evening Elder B F Coulter of Los week At least the boy who sold ing to steal the bird but the bird Angeles Cal performing the cere Â¬ him the bird for 20 cents said it was himself that waB making the noise- Â¬ Thfe wedding was witness Â¬ a mail mockiug bird of the most ap mony mocking bird was a woodpeck Â¬ The ed by relatives and a few special proved musical strain It is true er and in his efforts to escape it but friends only and was quietly sol the bird was not fully matured con Â¬ was found hjtthd pecked a hole emniscQck Mr and Mrs Botts left Mason being of a trustful and ajmogt tf o tfu l kIc Pur fiding nature accepted the boys on an extended bridal tour his cage v statement with blind faith and bore Got Off with a Fjne his prize home in triumph It was octory for Cornell Sjdlivan who was indicted placed in a wooden cage and fed New tendon Cnn June 2 JTlavc atyprinceton fqr the murder of John with a choice collection of delicacies SpeciulThe intercollogiufe boat Bripdon a few weeks ago was and Mason began to study up on racetxMluy resulted in a vlctoj1 tried Tuesday and thcase was de mocking birds to find out aboothow for Cornell with Yale second aliO cided by the jury Sullivan was long it would be before the bird Harvard last fined 200 John Fiar who was in Â¬ would be old enough to sing Then Minnie Barbae swore out d war Â¬ dicted as an accessory was dis Â¬ be went to bed to await develop- Â¬ missed It was proved that Bran Â¬ ments In the still hours of the rant against Houston Pepper his don was advancing toward Sullivan night the family- was aroused by charging him with slapping heard the evl when he received the blow that the persiUtent efforts of vhataecm wife Judge Leavel etl to bq some one trying to break deuce and dismissed the case killed hira i- s fc a - tLr j zm hA IV WftH LM MB ftl T laniniii ii inmiiiniiiniiiiMi in ii ii in in tTbe PaH CSA3- T Sail fUtttuckian acf Sady itf TVJinrai fcr Time Nw lfMrties Nnm4 Collector mwt to aX sU tb city sc arxAcxAac sua s seats 10 CXSTS TXXS WXK3C mol PrJI Ini Crf Rl V V g jiTl no Congressional election ahead of fore the officers of the Administra- Â¬ them tion feel that they have a right to look back with pride over what A sftn of Senator IJarrib who was has been accomplishedTnhe short onlo years old last February space of two months working in a hasenlisted in the volunteer army large part with raw material in at Washington and has gone to the both the armv and the navv no at-Â¬ front He claims to be the young- Â¬ But the fact remains that tempt to invade Cuba was made un- Â¬ est recruit til the fighting season was over mt- - t ir t xxie juouisvuie iiniesisauiuuiuj and the rainy season had set in for the statement that Col T J although the troops were camped Smith is to be assigned to command at Tampa for many weeks ready brigade at Chickamauga of and anxious to move Mm the which his regiment is a part -Jfc-- senger at the Mammoth Clothing Shoe Cos store Yefcjwe have some elegant gckls to The headquarter of the new di sacrrnue jctere are a xewiiuings mac are attracting auentjion PofwriJrfaitaoXQC JLargams isrnacr are rsyr f visions arevRriiicelon Russallvillc V CO i PR iu lv AorAxoE ji 1 Pra S MVxnwix AbtawOe U Trjwm and Leitchfietdj and the appointee leaving our house teiy dayr miimit flife critcism of for Princeton is E W Huhbard Am martin under Congressman B Tf Oatjrmack of i i L BalbriKgan Undcrshirl3 iwld all over town at 40c rra ixn rr- - the delar policy 6Tthe Administra and for RushcII ville isL J Warden the aierajirfls trict ilOC I Our Price the official at Washington of Bowling Green Wardfenand nomioattd V Monarch Colored Shirts tvorth S150 Our Price 1QQ hare prepared an apology to the Hubbard were appointed TJuesday life in Â¬ pirtlic for the failure to end the and Bion Jolly of Breilnrie Lieut Hobeoa hK ilens Heavy Cheviot Work Shirt sold at 50c mar yet war in sixty days Discussing the county will be appointed tfp he surance Rd the companies fcb pay- He is in crr batl factthat two months have elapsed Leltchfield place Tliesalarj of Shirts soft and JhHre ORn fHeus Fancy Colored fnllam lminrfriMP Negligee OvU Fnmid t ihnnt Since the war began the article each new deputy is SlOwJftaiv hands These deputyships ttenfereated says t Scrivens Elastic Drawere sold at SUQOOur RKf O Price Thclake fish dealers harefbrmed TJhe end of that period finds in order to afford a sufficiennforce troops to collect the taxes unqemnei Childrens Shoes and slippers sold at 100 Our Kflft a triiiffafter negotiations extending nearly 16000 United States UUlr Price ovfertfctoyears They are not ex Ivinn ofF Santiago nrcnared to land reVcnue law jtum lonir Vff uies i It finds cable communication cstab divisions will exist lopfknbwn Cbildrens Shoes and Slippers sold at 123 Our fiPir is pectbn scale prices an y lished het een the Government at Price creation was authorized bv Washington and the advancegtiard Their I ChildreuH Shoes ann Slippers sold at 150 Our TK The Venoont Republicans have of the expedition in Cuba and it the Washington authqnUesXand nominated E C Smith for Cfltfsnior finds Cuban territory in the posses they will no doubt be continued as Ladies SI 50 Kid Shoes lace and button all toes Q Or andHl C Bates for Lleiftenant- - sion of united Statesandmarines long as the demand foritHemiren JO aud sizes Our Price 21 backed by a squadron nearly der in necessary GovtmV Mt 1 all of the commercial ports of Cuba LUlyBrackett Co s 500 Mens Shoes Our r tX Q CQ blockaded This is all apart from Hubbard is a Princetonjjlawyer Theffiurks ended their war be Deweys great victory at Manila and Warden was a gaugerj under Our Leading Brands of 300 Shoes all styles 9 9K tween the lHh of April and the 15th and from the splendid results Collector Feland Jollyfisawell vT Our Price had achieved in organizing1 several known Republican of Breckenridge of Mar but then the Turks There- Â¬ armies now in the camps SUBSCBHTIOJf RATES 1 more deputy collectorship di sin els at in the Second Kentucky collection district and has ppdnled dejifcty collectors savcIrtrOwensboro Mes Â¬ Frankha created tnee THE LAST ROUND The immense stock of clothing shoes and funrisliing goods in fast disappearing latiEr ruftu 10-AGO- - i te O tl t0 t I W An ll - - - f a uM m A -- count v rr Hopkinsville ProduceTTlarke Cash prices paid byJrHbpliirisville merchsnts fV r Bacon Bams country Shoulders ISlOc TOSGTe - same extra BARGAINS Our 450 500 and fr00 lines at 300 Our Q Zf nml 400 Iitipr nt 200- 1VT Goods in proportion If you want the best and cheapest suit you ever bkight call r in at once as this sacrifice cannot hold on always HI nt h in gp V XV UXiJ11 In our childrens CLOTHING we have made - i Vf5 tfe g5jc Lard Country Produce J5r3pr1- Butter Eggs New f ealhers Beeswax Tallow Ginseng per lb Honey Tub washed wool B VlS 9Bwo months seems to be a favor itWperiod with the administration International Endeavor Conven- Â¬ It took two months to declare war tion July 6 ii Jjarter the Maine was blown up and tw6 months to move the army after NASHVILLE98 te5Uic 0h 8c SSSc Jkfiilc t 2ic war was declared IVe have been unable to find out how many of the new bonds were taken bv ttielventuckv press ill be investigated at ameetin- at Cincinnati - government members of 4i The matter the coming ville this year This fact is well known locally however few people realize how great a gathering this Pnnf Vt Pnrtr Thnmnsnn was will be indeed they will not appre- Â¬ TMSf tT 2 jlected custodian otpuoucouiiaings ciate its magnitude till the conven- Â¬ by the judges of the court of ap tion has passed into history peals this week Capt Thompon Never was there such a time to Iwas superintendent of public in visit Nashville Never was there struction for eight vears as many strangers within the city as there will be during the sessions fe Col Bryans regiment is said to of the convention never in the his be very short of rations in camp at of the south was there a gathering Omaha The Colonel is roughing it religious political social or other-Â¬ with the bovs but he may be in a wise that brought as many well position to fare better in a few known men and so cosmopolitan a rears concourse of people as will this convention But itis safetosay that The war is now more than two no previous religious meeting that months old and the fighting has not the world has ever seen has been yet begun Those who expected planned with a spiritual meeting Cuba to be occupied and the Span- Â¬ and with so definite a purpose as ish driven out within thirty days has characterized the preparations did not know how slowly borae war for this convention Hence we say boards can make hate that there was never so opportune The Spanish claim to have 45000 a tme for visiting Nashville the 9S m soldiers in and around Santiago Convention City Endeavorers issue a hearty invi- Â¬ where the land fighting will begin To meet this force there are 16000 tation to the general public to go Americans and 5000 Cubans and with them to their convention 8000 more Americans will be on They offer the cheap railroad rate that has been granted them and the way by the end of the week the local transportation manager Aguinoldo the Philippine leader will take pleasure in securing them has Gen Augustis wife and chil board in the locality where the dren in captivity and has notified Kentucky delegation will be placed him that the slaughter of Philip which K near the Woodland Ave- Â¬ Gen nue Presbyterian church in East pine prisioners mut stop Aug uti has acted upon the sug Â¬ Nashville in one of the most pleasant neighborhoods of the city But gestion as the great enducement they offer b Democrats should not forget to to them full privilege of the ses Â¬ of attend the precinct conventions at sions the greatest convention the world ever The 2ockck Saturday and send dele Â¬ programhainsure a witnessed suc Â¬ magnificent gates to the county conventions S for every session The many The conventuals will be called to Â¬ cess known men well whoe names ap- Â¬ gether by the precinct committee Â¬ pear thereon will tend to make it men and organized by the election ofChairmen and Secretaries There profitable to travel half around the world to attend the convention as is out one canu ate lion a u indeed manv will do en of Union iu will receive de- Â¬ -Jhe instructed and be nomi- - Board at Nashville in the home where the Kentucky PMa py acclamation at Hender- - lightful will be quartered will xdelegation nowintil week be ridiculously cheftp Care will be Jtr SSStaken to please every one in homes According to tlie Louisjlle Com Â¬ mercial which assumes to speak that will be congenial to them by the card thetkouisviHeA Nash Â¬ and everything will be done tomake ville railroad company will on July it profitable inexpensive and pleas Â¬ ltt restore to itnployes one half ant toDthose who go A Wallis the local transpor- Â¬ of the ten per effftfecut in wages tation manager will give any infor- Â¬ Â¬ made five yearswgp- - The com pany holds out a HOgaLpf a further mation desired by those expecting restoration next rerfivoThecut has to go amounted it has beenrejmated to about 100000 a yeaV and a Army letting too Big to Handle Chattanooga June 23 Spec- Â¬ five per cent increase will benefit ftiJthe employes to the extent gfS50O ial The indications are that the r 000 a year f army here will reach GtCHQ in ten No wonder Judge failed those days 2500 arrived yebterday and I to day Spanish dailies are so funny jV Nashville 93 is a cry that is now being heard in every country Poultry Y chickens live tier on the globe It means that the boosters iff 17th International Christian En- Â¬ Grai- ndeavor Convention meets in Nash- Â¬ Clover per bushel 3s-f - Greaed i26c mjl318c i 5 452225 MAMMOT- SECOE CO Tremendous Sacrifice Hfe IN NEW GOOBS fr -- 4 - 8c 2c 3 JO METZS STORE The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Ecojiotaical Stivers Corn Wheat Corn shelled Live stock Hogs Sheep mx S575c Vr45c i50c rj S250350 tap BjfO- - uattle Calves Hides aud Furs Green hides Green sailed hides KfU4 S3504 THE PUBLIC Is invited to inspect roy large stock of Spring -up-to-date mp i jti- r 67c ing etc before making their purchases 1012c defiartments 7Jc Dry Goods Notions TCbth Everything new and in all Dryfliut Vegetables New potatoes per bushel Cabbage per head Watermelons i 26q 60c SEE Our IN SHOES we Ready-To-We- ar Suits All Latest Styles Next Door to I a Florida Flour Retail Patent per bbl rn ffhey are uDandies 3550e S575 S5 50 made by the best tailors aDd from THE BEST CLOTH lave tie Best -- Staidard per bbl Hay Clover per cut Good Timothy BASEBALL SPECIAL RESULTS OF YESTERDAYS GIVE US A GALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU 55c 70c i- IREMEMBER THE PLAGE SAM BOYD HaMiicks iJ P TDKSEY GAMES The Present Crisis lj fc Louisville 5 Washington New York 5 Cleveland 5 Brooklyn 2 Boston G Chicago 5 10 0 Pittsburg IHEPOST DISPATGH 2 T JLJt CERULEAN Cincinnati Baltimore 2 Philadelphia S St Loui- 3 UOW THEY STAND Is tlie Only St Louis Lost Â¬ Paper Clubs Wfl v y Cincinnati Boston 35 34 With lis Owa Staff Correspondents j at all Poiutsof Interest At MHVana- SPRINGS TRIGG COUNTY KYBOYD - Cleveland Baltimore Chicago 32 3 31 2 i i III UtllCSUJl UkUlUli f riJXt Wnsliiiiflon iUli T All A ttrVin tUIKUVUa - TURNEY Proprietors Pittsburg New York PhilidelphiaV AtXew Yorti Mr Morton Watkinp C THE SEWS OF THE DAT IN Mr Stepheu Bonsai This famous health and pleasure resort the oldest in Western Kentucky is situated on the Ohio Yalllley branch of the Illinois Central railroad 16 miles from Hopkinsville and M miles from Princeton r Brooklyn St Louis Louisville- fS - J 22 10 1 Washingtonj l 19 JTHE POST DISPATCH NOW OPEN Hotel Reduced Rates t- SCUEDULE FOIf TO DAi 15 cents a week eeven days it tie- yn ft i il Ifluvqrcu luy agui uu ceuis a mouiu if seut by mail U ccammbdsitbrs UnsurpisMd For Rtw0KWyly Washington atfLouihvile New York at Jittsburg x nnaueipnia at tst loui Brooklyn at Cleveland Baltimore at Cincinnati Boston St N TIME TABLE Ap G15 a m Sulphurand Chalybeate Wntor in Abundance Six twins daily and First Class Italian Baud Employed for tho season -- m S TRAINS SOUTH VUrvfc - at Qhieago J No ii Hopkinsville Kp 53 Fast Lino No 51 Fast Mail Wheat Threshing Begins The fine weather this wtek has started the wheat threshing and i t irom now on it win proceed with a rush Almost without an excep tion the reports coming in are dis appointing The crop is by no means up to the estimates made be Â¬ fore harvest In fact it ill be short crop The rust t re vented the heads Irom filling out iu 61 p 91 XOLimUed TRAINS NORTII 1116 600 a 518 p ru pm ni Th QA Hili e SACiuTrroitD Excelsior Do tfiia Wo 92 No 52 No 56 Chicago Limited 986 a ra St Luu Er nmil 1018a m 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effects 4 Yard wide bleached muslin worth Ladies fast black and fast tan seamless hose 15c value Alens seamless mixed socks full size good quality id - IOC Ladies pure silk mitts worth double a yard for excellent i cotton - m VjT Notions 11p yard excellent Garter web A garter web worth 5c J Wash Ladies W fine muslin Mens Furnishings DRESS EOODSllouseteepif u Fabrics iss Almost Given Away AND 1 9 KG Ladies 36 inch Fine Percales fast colore new designs ASn regular 10c value MV White Lawn String Qn Ul Ties per dozen from 98c Mens fine SilkNeokwear worth 50c - i1anf kJUlV Hirf MVUV worth SI 25 and An- - Tnt w Tnnnv NJitmHt rlroed j V woous ricli eiiects worths 50 to 75c i jMiiu Blenched Turkish Bath Rp MtArTowels large size worth PWv7va - uVfeU inon 4 On For n box assorted UKf Hairpins 1 Special Gorset Chance linen band stay One lot splendid Sum mpr Corsets satiuo strip Follow the Footsteps Of Money Stivers and will lead it yoifto these wu 50 inch fine C iiue Zephyr Gingv ham dainty pat- - 71p terns best lOo value - 2V A F t0 Waists 3l -- V r UU Meus Seamless Black and Mixed SockB Soft Cn wvwuuu vsuimuu Mens fine fancy Balbrig gan Undershirts nnd HrntvPi a tvnrtl 60o a carment Dress Goods all the newli shades worlh 1 flfyfei Alllmeu bleached Crash i ltyorth c yard granite wenw 15c A card Swan bill Hooks and Eyes A dozen Sensible Safety Pins beat make Shoe Wonders apron Anioskeag fine check Ginghams C worth 7c t Printed Dimity Cords new patterns Aln 2 worth 10c Yard wide finest Percales the 15o kind Fast Qn Otv and ffnnd o and embroidery trimmed BUrplice neck worth SI 00 Ldioa rc Night Gowubmu8in lace fmQ 65c 2c 00 39c Celebrated fine t W Â¬ VT all WOOl JNOVOltyfi Black Goods worth 75c 4U incU be - A3C Ladies S leeveless 1 Bibbed Vests taped neck combed cotton 10c value Fine soft Madras Negli- gee Shirts worth QQn 75 cents for 39c m- Heavy Russia Lneu irnon unrth ivln rorH En Extra quality ling Tongs Shaving Cur worth 75c French model Corset Caprice 50c Ladies Oxfords ties and strap Satdals black and tan worth Sl 1 OO - QC Ladies fine bleached sleeveless Veststaped neck and arms worth 20c Heal Madras laundered Negligee Shis with cuffs new oat- - AQn 1 Beautiful Printed JaniHSf uese Silks worth 75c lMpH t Finn yc Huck Iflp Wrapped Bristle Brushes 49c Dr Warners Wonder and La Violette Corsets worth 75c R Handsome Organdies and Lawns choice sheer beautiful worth 15o On goods 0 WWte Goods woithSc Sheer fine India Linen1 Percale Negligee Shirts collars attached brdetached worth CtQn and ternsworth Sl00 V1 lot Mens fine Madras 35c uptoS150for Dainty French Organdies regular 25o goods lip new exquisite effects1 U Longcloth Night Shirts handsomely embroid ered worth S125 gOg now at ol Fiuest Changeable TaffWf ta Silks plain and jacJi 68 iuch fine bleached quard weaves worth 1T linen Table Damask worth 85c and S125 f all linen Towels worth 15c 10c Art Best English Brass u Pins An An MilwardB Needles 48c J B and other well known makes SL Corsets Ladies fine hand turned Oxford ties tan and black worth up to S2 73c riTvwiv 11111161 Flannels White Wool worth 20o Si Flauuels 59c 72 inch bleached linen Table DamaBk worth SI for Swans- doru Face Powder A box 123 Ladies fine Kid Button Shoes custom made cost more to make 70c Warners 1898 mod els fiuBst satine corsets worth S2 On Aball ON T Darn cu ing Cotton Duck Suiting Scotch new Crash patterns On v worth 12o m SuBpender8 tra fine ends worth lOp 25 cents at All 6c GO inch Turkey red Ta- Â¬ ble Damask worth 39c Cn ou UXt 3 cakes Toilet Soap 98c MenB Satin Calf Lace and Cougress Shoes great value at S150 worth double A package No 6J best high cut Envelopes Â¬ 112 LADIES PARASOLS fled edge fine stick worth S3 to S5 On Beautiful quality high grade India Linen worth 26c silk Windsor 14c Tiesworth 25cat Mens fine fancy ORo Socks worth 30o inn lK3K 14c Extra Fine White Wool Zephyr Flannel worth 40c 25c 2J yard red Table ers worth SI 25 CovÂ¬ 150 Grand closing of a line of Meus fine Calf Shoes worth S200 to S300 ruf- Â¬ 3c 1- Staitlini Staples Genuine Columbian Shirting Cheviots - sook worth 10c Beautiful checked Nain- Â¬ Mens fine Linen Collars new and staple styles 2100 linen lOn luu 23c 72c Large size cottou Bath Towe19 fine package cream square En velopesbest quality A TiW Fine Silk Parasols 8Jc - f vr AiiWnnicni0Qi blW woVthc 17c Vc 10 - Ponoil fTnliloto 85c Childrens line kid and pateut leather strajr Sandals with nicklo buckle worth S125 A Daintv nnd fine India f ri imity worth 25o 9c 15c 7p 86 inch real French gandie worth 85c Or- Â¬ Is iety Bargains Ladies Tan and Black Seamless Hose wprth 15 cents if On Fine Ink TabletB b worth 5c 98c Ladies aud Mens Silk Carola Umbrellas hand some haudleb worth S2 Â¬ Dress Linings Glove Finish worth 5o Cambric - Op Curtains ant Drape Japanese Drapery yard Percaline quire for Note- paper A 15c Infauts Button Shoes 99c Cp Pretty floral decor atod picture frames 19c Long Best English Cloth worth SI 32 piece of 12 East Lake fine Mad- - 11 Xf rasShirtiugworthl5o Splendid Check Cotton heavy and good Cr 3cFine French worth 15c J 9FJp Pretty black hem stitched Aprons worth double Bind Kid Gloves Vacation Books 200 titles yards le 98c mo 8c Ladies fino guage Seam less fast black Hose worth 15c iC fiich figured Brussols Net Drapory aud the now Embroidered Scrim worth 25c En Brush edge OC tog 10c Beautiful Near Silk Lin ings worth 25c and Mitts QQC for Fowler real Kid Gloves best SI 60 glove made tt tou HD Tii uUtu i i n fVu- q ri q Nainsooks worth 2Uc Blv plan 121c white Ifln Ub Ladies Leather aud Silk Belts 00 gilt worth 25c cloth bound stamped book Masouvillo Lonsdale and 12c r Fruit of thoLoomCp Bleached Cotton 15c Hair Cloth Liuiuir worth or Z3vfc 12Jc mm 9c Childiensfino Laco Caps soiled Jand damaged originally worth 98c 10c Library editiou somely bound worth 50c hand Â¬ books pure silk r Brocaded whitoPique Childrens wqrtl85o V v black fast Seamless Hose all sizes Handsome T- a p o s t r y Curtains worth So - IQQLadieB all silk Mitts worlh double 104 Unbleached Sheeting 1fln IU 20c 8c 191 V 3 OQC Ladies Uit Gloves 17c NOW BUY AND BUY FREELY THESE PUROHASI COHANCES ARE RARE IND xm yHA 5 I D Site A wf i ir- it j -- fvc v ry - -- mm - Hw r- - t - mdfW--- 4M m vitJ tSift tf J W TJJPmv j -- F-- jJLkAsJS-WtCKERs is yVm4 mr Jfr y 1 A JrL h J y I f f A yL sK j- M--- avxv J 4 V VJWE4 V L fil K rx HOPKI NSVI LLE KY maL - WEl3iu-J-- ap r Mk 1 sr nis NAME pwuiqii wfw T PfPWr FATAL EXMO5I0N A Cmubm TTFi rTtr fPfPPH m of Tlie Skk Stranger Sent to the One Man Kitted and Others Injur Â¬ ed at Sebree Asylum Wednesday The the L kt fc morning In a helplcs condition wasWm B Pcgram of Owens- boro Ky Late in the afternoon he was taken into court and tried on a e hrtrrre nf lunncv nd committed to the asylum His wife is very much averse to pivinir out anr informa tion about his case Hopkinsville Tobacco flarket KeportedbyJ H Egskton of Camming bayeron A Egfclcton Co order I dealer la m1 lusdlerof 11 tobaeeol KEXTrtftr tie Eaglkh Laa CsMmlrf CiK7iT 3 XL 3eFheret Tn4 iJe I gaxt BfM Amemt StWkat llaSllB ACAIKST The student completes his early the HopklainUiB Hotel Co ito V rQWTY I training with as little knowledge of of his speech as he would Bif Viktce of a Judgment and man vrho was taken off A destructive explosion took place the history if it were Greek says Prof Mark II order or sale of the Christina Circuit N train Wednesday at the tobacco warehouse of J B I Febuary Court rendered afc B fEOkAM WWJtlCTM HLAJCB sSale CtWKT liMteoe 500 a Suit r g0 v Icrprtd Rarnsev at Sebree Wednesday morning The weather not being rifht an attcmot was made to bring the tobacco to order with steam When the gauge registered 170 pounds the boiler exploded killing the engineer Lee Reeder wounding his daughter Gertrude and a factory hand named Fred Brown The latter is badly hurt and physicians say he will die All the wounded are colored Eight t ft r r The offerings this Hveek ivere very large and com- Â¬ posed of a great deal of common medium and nondescript tobacco for which there was but little de- Â¬ mand hence rejections were heavy There was occasionally hogsheads of good leaf which sold at satisfac- Â¬ tory prices With the exception of the good leaf and lugs previous prices were lower than last week For some unknown cause a great many ol the buyers did not have their usual orders for the several grades of Bremen and Italian styles and The Austrian Frenchman Sriuffmen were all the gothisweek Weather conditions since last re- Â¬ port have been all that could be ex- Â¬ pected and the early setting is do- Â¬ ing well The last season of the 17 18 and 19th enabled the farmers to finish setting and re setting June 22 93 hundred dollars will cover the loss to the factory PERSONAL GOSSIP Mr J B Foley is in Owensboro Dr J 31 Gill of Elkton is in the city Mr J D Gardner of Howell is here to day Capt C D Bell was in the city this morning Prof U L Clardy of Bell is in V town to day Gus Moore manager of Winona farm is in the city WEEKLY REPORT Rejections Keceipts for week year week Sales year Offerings for week QUOTATIONS Hon John D Clardy was in the city this morning on business Miss Lillian Bush is the guest of Lafayette friends this week Mr Otis Wilson County Attorney of Todd is attending court here to day Misses Lady Bird Ragsdale and 3fc hhds Lelia Byars are visiting Miss Eva 7510 hhds 43U 5348 761 331 11 11 Griffin at Lafayette Dr A W Brasher and Mr John were B Brasher of Madisonville in the city a short while last night Liddell in Atlantic ndeed ho often knows more about Greek than he does about English so that later on in his educational career when lie becomes a special student of English and makes tome attempt io read it in its earlier form he fails to grasp the significance of its commonest phenomena because he will look at them through the blue spectacles of his Hellenic culture The consequent ignorance of Eng Â¬ lish that is to be found among the most highly educated men is amaz Â¬ ing The public discussions that turn on points of etymology pronuncia- Â¬ tion or syntax rarely fail to reveal it Men cavil at idioms that are as old as the language itself and argue with one another about questions of authenti Â¬ cated fact until philologist has al- Â¬ most come to mean quibbler What wonder lliat the ignorance i3 so widespread when so little interest is taken in the scientific study of the We have now associations subject for the furtherance of almost every doctrine or endeavor conceivable the collection of postage stamps has its society the propagation of esoteric Buddhism has its band of enfhusiasts the stud of Brownings poetry has its cultus and hundreds of other objects and aims trivial or serious aro thrust upon the notice of thepublic through the organized effort of unselfish propagandists But there isno Ameri can society or association in existence whose sole object is the dissemination of scientific knowledge of the history and structure of the language by which all such concerted action is rendered possible and effective Nor are we better off in respect to special journals Germany has two excellent ones devoted solely to the scientific study of English America and Eng Â¬ land have none SPANISH PUNCTILIO Latham together with all the Furniture machinery llxture carpets beds and bedding table ware etc now contained in and belonging to said Hotel Latham The Right of Itedemption in and to all of the above described property both real and personal to be sold as a whole to produce the sums of money ordered to be made amount ing to 8000000 For the purchase Â¬ Schniittlot now owned County Court day upon a credit of six and eighteen months thelllghi of jfeuempuon In and to the following aeBcnoea nroperty to wit The property known as theHoel Lnthninsitmited on Virginia street In the City of Uopkinsvillp in Chris tion Connty Kentuck3 including the lot on which said Hotel stands which lot fronts about 1G0 feet on said Virginia street is bounded on the North by Sixth street on the South by Seventh street and runs back Eastward with said Gth and 7th Streets 134 feet to the center of on alley or paeswoy which runs be tween said Hotel property and the Â¬ day the 4th day of JnlyJ898 at 11 oclock n m or thereabout being 1898 in the above cause ehall proceed to offer for salo as a whole at the Court House door in Hopkinsville Ky to the highest bidder ar Fcblic Atfcnotf on Moii term thereof the sttmfi For mm week beaming MONDAY June 13 wool coin- - we will sell Mens fine all pliin grey iricot ctssimerc monly known as Harris cassimcre Sack Suits Usually S0LD at 1250 liy John C F0 Four 500 SIZES 34 TO 38 ONLY shades of gray light gray medium gray tanish gray and dark gray bonds with approved surety or se cureties bearing legal interest from the day of salo untilpuid and having the force and effect of a Replevin Bond Bidders will be prepared tc comply promptly with these terms The reason for the above price is that the pants do not match the coats and vests exactly in shade Fbask Rives Master Commissioner CCo Fine Leaf Selections Trash Luga Low Jugs Common lugs Medium lugs Good lugs Ixnv leaf Common leaf Medium leaf Good leaf on business 2 00 2 50 Mr arid Mrs R L Cook of Amusing Phase of Castiliaa Character c ou KS o UU Exhibited by a Cabinet Crisis 3 00 400 Sherman Texas will arrive to- Â¬ 5 00 morrow on a visit to Dr Cooks 4 00 The cabinet crisis which took place 4 75 50 6 50 fi 10 00 12 00 14 50 Hopkinsville Gas Lighting 5 50 family phase of Spanish character The 6 50 aura j iv nuauis leaves iiua ministerial crisis had existed almost 8 50 afternoon to be away several weeks a year when the resignation of cabinet 12 00 on a visit to relatives in Clarksville took place as theiresult of a tnvial 14 50 question of military etiquette The 16 00 and Sheep Hill Tenn hearing will Â¬ wife of queen had left Madrid for an excurCo- - in Spain in 1888 exhibits an amusing Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications ob they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucus liu ing of the Eustachian Tube When thistubvS guts inflamed you have a rumbling sound or ioperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the in fumation can be taken out and this ttibe resorted to its normal condition Â¬ Biggest Suit Bargain Ever Offered J H Anderson i Co Important Notice To intending consumers We respectfully call your atten- Â¬ tion to the fact that our liberal offer of 30 feet of service pipe and free ditching will shortly be with Â¬ drawn It is to your interest to put in your application before July 1st and receive this absolutely free gift Also the use of a gas range for t30 daysofree of charge which can be purchased at abso- Â¬ lutely cost price Gas for fuel pur- Â¬ poses S125 per 1000 fuel and light 150 illuminating exclusively Apply to A Patton 5200 Manager Howe Bldg Main St 7 a m to 9 p m Circuit Court flatters The commonwealth causes have Mr James Adams and sion to Valencia which the minister Clarksville Tenn who have been of justice insisted on her making ac- Â¬ visiting Mr J W Adams family cording to the published arrange on South Campbell returned home ment lest the postponement should yesterday afternoon be construed as a sign of fear of the Miss Lucy Bailey who has been Zorillist republicans who Bad con- Â¬ voked the guest of Miss Annie McPherson city a mass meeting in the same The Infanta Isabel who was of Hopkinsville for some time is left to represent her decided to fake expected home this evening a journey also and informed Gen Clarksville Times Martinez Campos that her sister the Infanta Eaulalie would give out- the HERE AND THERE military watchword The military - be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucus surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggist 75c Halls Family Pills are the best USED TO LIVE HER- E- Â¬ The Daily tentuckiart 400 PER YEAR wV Â¬ WWWflWWfflWWWfVIW all been closed The indictment of Albertllaskins for murder was omitted in yester- Â¬ days report The feature of the morning was a legal argument by Judge Reeves of Elkton The case of Ed Williams col X Railroad Com- Â¬ against the L pany for 2000 damages for al Â¬ leged personal injuries was decided in faior of the rail road Brought Buck for Trial Minor Rawlins col who wa ar Â¬ rested in Evansvtlle on a charge of petit larceny here v as brought back to the city thi morning and placed in jail Rawltn was in- Â¬ dicted thih week and will be tried at this term 01 court L K deÂ¬ tective Harlan brought lhepricmer over from Indiana C H Layne has a nice pony for 6 21dtf sale Mr A Joiner is dangerously ill at his home near Lafayette Rev S N Vail wishes to sell his fine family mare with buggy will dispose of her at a bargain Per- Â¬ fectly hsfe for a lady to drive Mr Win B Gary who has been sick at the home of Mr W E Ad cock near Church Hill is able to be out but is btill quite feeble Friday will be an important day with Masons and in many places the day will be celebrated The occasion is the celebration of St John the Baptists anniversary who was one of the patrons of Ma- Â¬ sonry The cowardly and foolish habit of carrying concealed weapons governor of Madrid replied thatlhe married infanta was not legally com- Â¬ petent to perform fhat office andtliat it vn s i mposibleaccording to military rules for him to receive Uiej pa- Â¬ role from her husband Prince An- Â¬ tonio Due de Montpensier who was only a captain in rank The minister of war who was not on good terms with the captain general sent a brusque telegram ordering him lare ceivo the password from the Princess Enlalie whereupon Gen Campostof fered his resignation All attempts to settle the quarrel failed f and us- - u 01 me canmei uiujuriiy sided with the captain generalflen Cassola and the ministers who had supported his view resigned their portfolios Senor Sagasta handecf in tho resignation of the entire cabuidt to the queen regent but sulwequont- lv imnn tlin lnffni pnnnoirt fi rmaA a new ministry NaininK thi Bicycle Mr W J Bacon Reported to be Dying in Arkansas -- Dr J D Clardy has received a telegram from Carrington Bacon stating that his father Mr IV J Bacon Dr Clardy sbrother i i lav died ofdysentery Wednesday night at Imboden Ark where he been living for several years had Mr Bacon moved from this county to Arkansas He was 66 years of age Burial at the Bacon home- Â¬ stead near Gracey at 1 p mV Sat- Â¬ SALE FROM NOW r LJ urday caused the death of Miss Lilly Dixon at Monteagle a day or two ago A young gentleman friend called on her and when he sat down his pistul dropped from his hip pocket It was picked up by the young lady who examined it carelessly and finally accidentally proMtfed the trigger a report followed and soon the young woman was ft corpse Clarksville Time DA LY MARKET HfcPORT v Nomination Confirmed Bn W M Fuqm has reeei rqiKu nutriyinj m n QVrril HUd Vmlly tiy IUtn respect t ziamej lowe luemins dnUAM ail the wnL l Opg jBijrllClowng ginning by atiling the liieveU HcisxpflKSjgat ui day to 1 74 74 JulyWnt 74 fnejuipi or yoetwiei assigned toJMJve duty with hi tier Sept Wlat 67 fcJV ffc regiment atttitorta Ui uovtrwjii in unine inio tne 4ulyCoro 32 32 airous fBWiwnciriHioetrapj Sept Corn Attorf riffn K of P 33 iiyi ncusireKr8stfli- - rnoe conl lift v Toon jfcM f 20 plating a bicycle lour in Europe 21 21 Evergreen JUOUCft JS oSmeefci Sept Oat 9 80 9 85 Pork oetier sKjp ymnoers or oiat 9 67 to night at H o Large ait around the country ityrib Lard 5 82 5 85 5 77 tendance is desffa UHr Vork in Ei IP rww pointment as urgc tolertini that hi ap f Â¬ Hntk 3tWili4 lHkr HoiilnvUli tfy Both the velocipede have given the French a lot of triple io satisfactorily christen cithomfi chine Beginning with celeriferetanfl vslosifarc there - has been n praar 3 i ii ivu iiioveuieiiil uie uirecnanm vtlocoVaS bicvele bievclette velo Thf popular vehicle iBg Known unaer ue name ot liecanl In Spam it 13 velocifers vcloof and bicycietta In Kntland it wheel in Germany farmd rad In Chirm it h ors meaning ipregn nort ftyMg rateli vnc cbai In tht country it ii jrld called tzu fzv carnage-tuat-goes-viiiiout Sent to the Work House Florin Dade col wab bent to the work house forlldays fordisorderly conduct in smashing up her furni- Â¬ ture with an axe and throwing it out of doors Her husband had her and bicycle l arrested Prisoner Drowned Amos Plays jumped from the steamer Butroff near Dover Ten- Â¬ 11 1 iLl U kJ JLA 1 1UL nessee Wednsday and was drowned while endeavoring to escape from the custody of an officer Death of firs Newton The wife of Mr John Newton died of consumption at her home near Lafayette on the 15th ihst She had been married less than a You can saymony by attendinsr this sale - the 10th iyear Over ioo Descendants Mutha Coleman the qldeet col Â¬ ored woranri in SquUj Christian died Mmilivy night at her home Lnear ITcrndpa of paralysis About a year ago she hustained injuries by a fall which resulted in paraly- Â¬ sis finally causing her death She was 98 j ears old and left more than a hundred descendants i xin ffl HAND BILLS FOR ITEMS fpt -- quire and Knight ri JrvfDWt 8ept Kib 5 52 5 55 t ri Remember the Place to get ypur fncftirhant Tailoring is by IVwngluKJPfinU Wheat made for S3 55 67 and SuitaSH Corn Oats I5S20 m Sepfr wheat put wv call Cash Wheat ClllRD ll eipu TcxJuy 5 47 HId Undying Love J Intimate Friqnd TTfl your lius wniiirrMtmifcwwn bantlfl love grown cold vf ANNOUNCEMENTS Sarcastic Wife 0 no Ho loves Wo ore authorized to anlionnco 26 Cars himself just as much now as ho did n D ALLEN of Union county as candidate tor Jongreaa 205 Cars when wo were married 20 years ngoT from Hie Second PBrrolonal 4l6tUvlrUl 134 Cars Stray Storie H 69 82 M v mIj o Jfab ik fflti nA tr ttnninltti3mAi 1 hi