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Wt M - a Q Dailu WATCH j- - VOL1 flW53 IOPKINSVILLE KT TUESDAY AFTERNOON JURE 28 1898 xcnluchian vitt f Paul Disables the Spanish Terror j - PEIOE 2 OENTS W J NOT LIKE THE DUKE SIGSBEES NEW SHIP Senator Willengton ncntly a Man of Peace Prc-Fmi- jjBuiscr St Mr tr RUSSIA To Protest Against the r 40JE fh - Germans and Do Not Opposed to Fighting Spain and IliiVcM Scran at San Juan Harbor --Three Spaniards Were Wants the War Stopped 4 at Once Killed fit- m C Washington Washington June 28 Special Spe- June 28 Senator Willengton of Maryland cial Admiral Sanipson reports continues to oppose the war He declares that it is purely a to the navy department that the war of conquest and that a polidy jYale arrived yesterday and dis- T Tr 11 nf imncnnliom lino tinnn tinnriin f IIJ1I4 tO WWII vf charged Gen Duffields troops would favor stopping the war im- ¬ Capt Sigsbee asserts that the mediately We had nothing ha says to go to war for and havestill St Paul was attacked off San less excuse for continuing it How- ¬ Juan Wednesday by a Spanish ever if it is continued he declares unprotected cruiser and the torpe- he is for hiscountry right or wrong j do boat destroyer Terror The A cable from the Record from its Special Chicago June 28 CORBETT AND McCOY St Pauls guns hit the Terror correspondent with Dewey dated June 23rd say The Charleston and San Francisco are expected to day A move ¬ Will fleet in the Ring in the three times killing an officer and ment against Manila is expected to follow soon two men Several others were Near Future Spanish are strengthening the defenses of the city People The wounded The Terror was towed here believe the Germans are preventing the bombardment of the city New York June 28 Special back into the harbor in a sinking Germans entire Asiatic fleet is gathering at Manila object unknown It is reported that James J Corbett June 15th the insurgents captured San Fcrnandina and Maceape Six ¬ and Kid McCoy have agreed upon condition K ty Spaniards were killed including Gen Monet Over 1000 Spaniards the terms of a fight in the near A Formal Protest Made were taken prisoners future It will be at Buffalo for a London June 28 Special It Capt Gen Augustis family will be protected by Gen Aguinaldo purse of 12000 isnow certain that the interview Admiral Dewey is master of the situation afloat He is keeping a close Saturday between Ambassador Earthquake in Italy watch on Germans but says nothing regarding them Hay and Lord Salisbury was a Rome June 28 Special The earthquake here last night did no protest from the United States Hfles Witt Wot Co Might damage though the shock was dis- ¬ against Spain using Jamaica as a base of supplies tinctively felt Talk Says Dewey Gathering at Manila Invasion of Spain Not Much Pleased With Our Entire German Asiatic Fleet MM KJ 4 JL Jk Way of Doing Business Special The Russian correspondent of Figaro says Russia is not pleased with the prospects of Americas taking the Philippines and will hardly brook American incursion in Spanish waters 28 f -- Paris June ORDERED TO THE FRONT THIRD I KENTUCKY REGIMENT TO MOVE Chicamauga June 28 M Be in Shaffers Way P Two More Spies Arrested Special It is stated this morning that the Washington June 28 President has decided not to errant Gen Miles request to be allowed vo Tennessee People Figure in head the army in Cuba He thinks Gen Shafter is entitled to all of the Racy Sensation credit of a successful campaign He is a Michigan man and was fortu- ¬ nate in halving a friend in Secretary Alger Gen Miles so it is said Princeton Ky June 28 Dr G will soon lea Vconlm inspection tour and will eventually go to PortoRico D Wright and W O Munday and fig- ¬ wife all of Springfield Tenn ured in a little sensation here Sun- ¬ Fateful This day Dr Wright eloped from Spring- ¬ and Council field with Mrs Munday place the Decided by couple was traced to this the angry husband who learned The water supplies of Santiago Special Camp ScvillaJune 28 that they were stopping at the havc been cut offSf It was accomplished at 9 oclock last night by an en Scott House near the I C depot ginccring corps guided by Cubans Armed with a pistol Munday Sunday night Gens Shafter Garcia Wheeler Kent Lawton and went to the room occupied by the Castillo lield a council of war at Seboney and decided to move on Santi guilty couple and attempted to shoot his wife Wright interfered agoTuesday morning and after a hard struggle succeed- ¬ ed in getting the pistol away from the infuriated husband More Men Cuba The whole party was arrested and placed under guard until this Army of Invasion morning when they threw themselves upon the mercy of the court The third expedition to Santi The affair was amicably adjusted Special Newport News June 28 and Mr and Mrs Munday returned pgo will prpbably leave here Saturday to Springfield to enjoy a renewal of connubial bliss SCANDAL AT PRINCETON Special The entire First corps of volun- ¬ teer infantry 30000 men has been ordered to move immediately to Tampa and Fcrnandina Fla The First and Third Kentucky regiments will be amoug the regiments of the first corps to be sent to the field Yesterday Che Third regiment was in gloom over an order transfer ring it to the Third division which will remain here indefinitely but this order was countermanded and the Kentuckians will stay in Gen Wil ¬ sons division and march with it to Cuba RUSSEIXVILLE LYNCHING The regiment will remain brigaded with the Sixteenth Pennsylvania The Second Kentucky is to be left behind in the George Scott Was Swung Up as and Second Wisconsin Third division Predicted the DaySo at a for K Increasing the ¬ June 28 A Russiisllvillc Ky mob came to town Saturday night overpowered Jailer Price and took George Scott col from jail and hung him Scott made an attempt to outrage Mrs William Scroggins several weeks ago at her home near Adair ville At the time of the attempt her husband pursued him firing at him twice but he escaped to Ten ¬ nessee Pie was caught there placed in jail at Springfield Tenn and finally removed here He ex- ¬ pected the mob as he told several negroes in jail and he had a poker He told his comrades in his cell that he would get one of them but the mob was too quick for him Sixty men were in the mob He was hanged to the same tree as the Proctor boys Will Leave for Texas Dr Andrew Sargent and wife will leave this afternoon forOrange Texas in answer to a telegram an ¬ nouncing the serious illness of Dr Sargents brother Mr James Sar ¬ gent who is postmaster at that Mr Sargent has been in place bad health for several months Marshall Almost Sure to Die Alive but His Case Hopeless Siboney Cuba June 28 Special Edward Marshall correspond- ¬ ent of the New York Journal is still alive but there is little hope of his recovery He was wounded in the ambuscade near Sevilla Friday being shot in the small of the back Two correspondents one for a Cin- ¬ cinnati and the other for a Boston paper are reported captured by the Spaniards They have been missing for two days It is now known that the Mcrrimac wreck docs not block the channel and extra precautions have been taken to prevent the escape of Cerve ras ships from Santiago harbor Watson Sails for Santiago Enroute to the Spanish Goast A special to the News says Commo Special norc Watson has sailed for Santiago where he will meet the remainder of his squadron from Key West and sail for Spain The movement against Spanish coast cities has been fully determined upon and there will be no delay in pushing the incursion into Spanish waters 1 Chicago June 28 I 1 f On Cable Information Sent up for 90 Days John Hays col was tried late yesterday New York June 28 Special Two alleged Spanish been arrested on a cable from consul Heme at St Thomas by Judge afternoon Lcfavell on a charge of breach of spies have the peace and fined 90 and costs He failed to pay the fine and was tent to the work house for 90 days Roosevelt and Wood Will Not be Court Martialed From Over the 1 PondSay Our Blockade Does Not Block Hays was accused of attempted rape Narket Much Stronger j The offerings of tobacco to day Madrid June 28 from San- ¬ Special cre rather light and consisted A dispatch this afternoon tiago says the situation there is unchanged principally of the medium and Prices A Havana dispatch says two Trans Atlantic steamers ran the lower grades of the weed were good and the market is quoted blockade there and sailed for Spain as strdnger than last week No fine tobacco was offered here to- ¬ day The offerings to morrow will - Officers here arc indignant over Washington June 28 Special the sensational report that Col Wood and Licut Col Roosevelt will be court martialed for allowing their men to go into an ambuscade without Sent Back to His Company A letter received here yesterday guarding against it by sending scouts ahead They declare that they from Chickamauga states that Mr acted under orders and led their own men in the light J E Buchanan of this city who had been dangerously ill for two weeks was able to be out and had More Peace Rumors beqn discharged from the hospital and sentback to his company Extending the Blockade t be much larger OHIgglns Not For Sale Lqridoh France and Austria Interested Cuba to be Completely Isolated Recruiting Officers To florrow i The recruiting officers for the yashirigtonrJune 28 Special The President will probably is ¬ Third regiment will be here to remain two days They will sue a proclamation to day declaring- - the intirc coast of Cuba blockaded open an office and enlist all recruits applying who can stand the re ¬ ill Send Dewey quired examination News - Special June 28 London June 28 On high authority the statement is Special The Chilian Minister says Chili has made that France and Austria recently made unofficial overtures to no intention of selling the warship Spain to open negotiations for peace which were unsuccessful QHiggins Dagg Kichards were compelled to shut down to day for the lack of Canary Birds Frightened the 1 jftgKiJuae28-8pwJ41-man charts 4 a iti Of Gamaras kmftfMtoiimn W isiy gasoline to run their engine They could get none in town and are hur ¬ Awful Americans Coming Cgnmra Still at PortSald rying up a delayed shipment from Moygnents Lpndon June 28 Special Eyansville Tay expect to start Special News dated June 6th from Law Pnlt London June 28 J 2j again Q mQrrow ma Qanariea says Wijd frate idvice uMf that Admiral tlil7 report fUU at Starvation threatens the peopl TJie defends are still incomplete Mr Vernon Leake djw at Gujth- of the nmwoeoU of Qmara with his iteet in ate I ri 9 yiday ukjil of cpsftUjentbii tali a roiira otteror P f teL Cul a z wmMFmmmimmm yiim lLL KE --J- f-J rBWtTT TfW ffT1 rwW i CTVjTiw tpngBfpy Duiii otaZ X caiir I XMlTvrwS caA 3autCXAf2128 tS 4tt pai t br carrier i lO CKMTU TXM WXE3C re Idced the vrngea of its employes 20 fr at lxmustilteKashtiUeraiiiWd Restore Yt panic ot thb 1393 tbe stra Per Mo -- AnViSCJ jcarrnox sates 30 1C0 JCR t- XUI v- n Aovasc -- - EEK iirliii An sm w 1 11 Imtre itist HOW Jlobson nai u Bunxen POST DISPATCH SNAP SHOTS AS Will the 21000 Chinaman of saidaboufc After all that has been Hawaii be allce saratre Melican jicihuj - anago per ce at The matter created a deal of trrnible for the roadtJm the companv feelitur that it wait jn the right rrifttsed to recede from its po¬ sition but promised to restore the tvage s of the men when business worit justify it Theu company Vow comes forward and- proposes tt restore the pay of ffsmpldye 10 per cent July 1 and lOper cent - Tim immense stock of clotfiinr shoes and furnishing goods U fasfc disappearing flin Oo s store Yet we have some eleiranr croods of fio VammAfli Plnflnnfr sacrifice Here are a few things that are attracting attention Bargains that are leaving our house every day B3lbriggan Undershirts sold all over town at 40c OKr UV 1 Our Price Monarch Colored Shirts worth 150 Our Prico JJ QQ j THE LVST ROUND Mens Heavy Choridt Work Shirts sold at 50c Oar Price Mens Fancy Colored Shirts soft Bnd Negligee QKp with and without collars laundriwl worth f Oc Scrirena Elastic Drawers sold al SI CO Our gjjQ Price - -- -- - Children1 Shoes and slippers sold at 100 Our JjQC Price Childrens Shoes ami Slippers sold at 125 Our ggn IS0 Our TRn Ul Price 1 50 Kid Shoes lace and button all toes Q9fi Lidies and sizes OurPrice Lilly Brackett Co s 5 00 Mens Shoes Our JO gQ Childrens Shoes anu Slippers sold at 17 men on January 1 i if MThe Std We shall startle ine pwpie on amounts to 510500000 Mars with our Fourth of July this Nashville annum ana tne increase means per Tbc - year an additional expense of 1000000 should be a fearful warnBronaugh fill per annum to the road The bloated bondholder When the m to people from ennsuau wuv presently be seen in all the walks cut was made President Smith first juw f fc1 inclined lo ventuit their of life Every reduced his own salary wilds of Clarksrille to do the in Hawaii is a trainman who received 50 was cut Doles govcrment trading1 striking case of the tail wagging to 45 per month they being except ¬ Associa ¬ ed from the 20 per cent rule They The Tennessee Dental Mountain fie dog will now receive the full 50 tion will meet at Lookout The Spanish soldier will be cut The earnings of the roatf for the The dentists ffillbe re ¬ July 5th down whether he appears as a past fiscal year excepting nthe last minded very much of pulli- teeth palm tree or a plain private bills at the two weeks show the following in- ¬ when they settle their crease over last year Manila is pronouncedMah-nee-l- a Total Lookout Inn at summer rates in that freight passengers and- - miscel- ¬ but it will not be uttered 1458207 Estimating laneous And feo the war isrto be carried way if it joins the United States ¬ the last two weeks of June it is fair into Europe Asia and Africa be The great variety of foreign fore we move on Havana When devils now intruding upon China to state that the earnings for the Uavana falls the war will end must be rather disheartening to entire fiscal year will reach 21 Why not begin nearest home and John 750000 This will be a heavy in ¬ crease over all years back to 152- take the capital of Cuba or if nec Even if Chicago could make her- ¬ 93 The salaries of the 17500 em essary wipe it off the map and intoler ¬ ployes run all the way from 15 hideout self less say that thearmy ably ugly she would still have per month to 250004per annum The dispatches To be that Great Dismal Lake ia within sight of Santiago the navy Fleets Etc sure To be sure But The beer consumers will doubt- ¬ for two A fleet ia composed of twelve battle has been in sight of Havana less organize a peace society months It is the inside and not They did not reckonon the relations ships A mosquito fleet is composed be outside of both cities that we between war and beer twelve or more small boats A squad want our soldiers to see rou ia compospd of Ies3 than twelve Blanco seems to imagine that we battleships and often a pari of a war correspondents m Cuba have no other hero than Hobson fleet such as the van center or rear The are having their share of excite- ¬ The detention of JJobson is a Span- ¬ squadron Afljlilla is composed of ment Two were recently captured ish tribute to his great worth twelve or more some of and exchanged another has been The Post Dispatch correspond- ¬ which may be battleships Hence the mortally wounded in battle and ents in Cuba are not only getting United States has no fleet neither has now two are missing and probably information for the Post Dispatch Spain Admiral Dewey commands a imprisoned in a Spanish dungeon readers but they are supplying squadron Almirante Montejo also Acting commanded a Fquadron Admiral Sampson The Press Association will meet AdmiraiSempson commands u flotilla The St Louis has done so much the last of the week at Cincinnati will go to Detroit good work that it is greatly to be Almirante Cenera and AJraiiante and from there and Mackinac The excursion this regretted that the battleship Mis- ¬ Camara each command a squadron year is one that promises a round souri is not in war There is in- ¬ New York Sun As usual there will spiration in both names of pleasure Fatal Boiler Explosion be one or two bridal couples in the whiskers seem to Sanford Doles Prestonburg Ky June 28 The crowd turn longer and more glossy when steam mill of John Morrison at Nine volunteers were reported he reflects that he is likely to be Beaver this county exploded kill- missing after thebattle of Sevilla Territorial Governor when the ing Henry Jones and woundim 3WHT who were not found among the dead Hawaiian job is finished Calvin Crane and Tom Stone J may have They and wounded If Betsy Ross the designer of the Jones was killed instantly being beep captured or may have gone American flag is where she can terribly scalded and burned about back for something forgotten at the look down upon the present extra- ¬ the face and chest i rear Or perhaps they chased the ordinary display of American bunt- ¬ Out of deference to the Missouri enemy iuto the brush and went too ing she must be highly gratified mule some ol the papers are- - now far to find the way back The new American citizens who spelling Asseradaro with a cJn robbers in Clarksville are to come to us through conquest stead off sss Highway are getting troublesome again will be a pleasing variety The The gaudy mounted town CfilCli They doubtless find many secure new citizen who wears hisshirtout game and convenient hiding places in side of his trousers and the one who who proclaims the ball u through the streets is a gre w the empty houses and in the thick wears only a bandage may not at cess The ancient herald wajr4i weeds and thickets of underbrush first grasp our ideas of human no respect his superior 7 that grow in the streets Perhaps progress The 18th Pennsylvania Volun- ¬ when the town is settled up the Hopkinsville Produce narketj rob- ¬ teers representing a State enor- ¬ robbers will give up highway Cash prices paid by Ubplnnsville bery and go into some other line of mously wealthy will presently be r merchants in a state of nudity if the Govern- ¬ business ment does not provide them with Bacon Hams country 810e These men should have Gpn John S Williams better clothes Shoulders to Manila where known as Cerro Gordo Williams been sent at once Sides 57c is dying at Mt Sterling of old age clothing may easily be dispensed Lard G7c He served with distinction in the with Joseph Leiter has been useful in Country Produce also as a briga Mexican war and in helping to prove to the country that Butter diergeneral of the Confederacy 15l7ic He was elected to it wasnt McKinley prosperity that the late war g E8 New feathers the United States senate and made good wheat prices though in 2835c Beeawnx He has taken no a case so very clear it would seem served one term 182lc Tallow active part in public life for several that Josephs evidence was quite 32i o unnecessary to any citizen with or-¬ Ginseng per lb years dinary reasoning capacity Honoy 120 In the Appellate convention at 6e Tub washed wool Lebanon July 5 Garnett has 47 Cavalry Horses Greased 13Jfl8c instructed votes Kelly 20 Beck ¬ The army regulations prescribe ham 23 Hobson 14 and 23 votes are the kind of horses desired for caval ¬ Poultry V chickens live per lb 8c contested The winning candidate ry as follows The cavalrj horses Roosters 2o must get C votes Judge Garnett must be sound and well bred gentle iBp a strong lead and if his delega ¬ under the saddle free from vicious Graiu has Clover per bushel WS3 tion in Barren is seated he will be habits with free and prompt action Corn IHa only 11 votes from a nomination and at the walk trot and gallop with- ¬ Wlipnt nr ought to pick these up when the out blemish or defect of a kind dis Com shelled 60c dropping begins It looks very position with easy mouth and gait much like the Columbia man will and otherwise to conform to the fol Livestock come in Hogs S3fU30 A ireldinir of lotvinir description Sheep 25i03J30 uniform and hardy color in good The July Century opens with a condition from 15 1 to 16 hands Cattle 2Gp4 story of the times B Order of the S3D0ftM weight not less than 950 nor Calves by Winston Churchill high Admiral k from four llidca and Furs more than 1150 author of The Celebrity This to eight years pounds and ears old head uitcu uiuuof deals with a filibustering expedi- ¬ UJU small forehead broad eyes large Green salted hides 7c tion and is full of romance It is Dry flint 1012c B West Clinedinst and prominent vision perfect in illustrated by every respect There are two articles on Confed ¬ Bloping well shoulders long and Vegotables back chest full broad New potatoes per bushel JCOc Col erate Commerce Destroyers and deep forelegs straight and Cabbago per head 26 Go John Taylor Wood commander of standing well under barrel large the vessel tells of The Tallahas ¬ from girth toward Watermelons and sees Dasji into New YorkWaters flankincreasing 3550o withers elevated back short Florida while G Terry Smclairdescribes and straight loins and haunches Flour Retail Bventiul Cruise of the Flori- Patont per bbl 57fi Stephen Bonsai late of the broad and muscular hocks well bent and under the horse pasterns ir 5 50 Standard per bbl ax maunu n American iegatipn slanting and feet small and sound Ha- yWeek in evjlks writes of Holy Miss Suez Ellis has irone to W5e Clover per cwt with illustration by JoMfcpli Pen I Dawson Good Timothy 70i channel The pay roll of the Louisville -- iln TalcTpr7eubcn V Our Loading Brands of 300 Shoes all styles Our Price 0 OK C CO I you want the hest and cheapest suit you ever bought call proportion in at once as this sacrifice cannot hold on always Goods J1J UllXJL lp If in JLTS mr l n XlhlTIDP T In our childrens CLOTELING we have made thel same extra BARG MNS Our 450 500 and 600 l lines at 300 Our 350 and 400 lines at 200 Mens MAMMOTH SHOE CO Tremendous Sacrifice Q LOTEDDSTGI- - men-of-w- ar IN NEW GOODS JU THE PUBLIC departments TORE The Great Hopkinsville Mecca e 9 For Economical Utivers up-to-da- Is invited tojnspect my large stocKof Spring Iry Goods Notions ing etc before making their purchases lirverything new and te Cloth- in all SEE Our are Dandies Ready-To-We- ar Suits All Latest Styles YOU Mi iThey T made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH JN REMEMBER SHOES we iiave the Best GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE THE PLAGE Next Door to Hardwicks 45Je The Present Crisis IYSON THEPOST DISPATGH Is the Only St Louis PRINGS HOTEL This famous Kt ntucky SUMMER ia now open for guests under UKBORT A- 22 Paper Willi Its Own Staff Correspondents at nil Points of Interest At ilavnim Mr Sylvester Scovel At Madrid Mr AE Houghton At Washington Mr Stephen Bonsai At New York Mr Morton Wutkine NEW MANAGEMENT attendance - - A practical hotel man haa been solectod to diroot affairs Special at tenticu given to the euiaiuo Many improvements have beou macto in the hotel and surrouudiuga Hotel ratea roaaonablo A pleaaaut time in sloro A Bplendid baud of music iu for you Rooms bright aud woll ventilated r- TUE NEWS OF THE DAY IN V THE POST DISPATCH ¬ Opening Ball June 17 Cheap Rales Over I C Railroad 15 conts a week seven days if de livered by agent GO conta a month if sent by mail L ADDRESS N TIME TABLfe TJUINS BODXn Q xa3rOa The OKWYtr 3EZT3rGrfS GA HlLLK CO I No No No No No No No No 55 53 51 91 Hopkinsville Ac 615 a m 000 a in Fast Line Fa8t Mail 518 pm 1110 pm N0 Limited TJIA1NS NORTH tna ficojr A Trca BACXAwroRD Maanger Excelsior Do -- nil kind of Lnundry utid - - Vym -i JKm trolss bare 4hrowgh tntlM miiiOhlt s4 Afw iMntm hi wfiiwp Chicago Limited 090 a 52 St Lou Ex mail 1018a 50 Hopkinavillo Ac 825 p 45 Fast Lino 918 p Nsthvlllo 4ocowmodallOM do4 not run oudT 92 North boand t Lob1 h4 in ra ip m cb Steam Laundry Go VJJMM0OJUTj i 1 UiiAM will nail fnr and daliwar vour to ray part of the city Agenta triburr point PhxjquuU uiM iv I eommunietioiMi viorU md Solicit Your Ptron2 WOrk - lbl wutl Ad- J J J IHIUM m KM lteTMgil juAiMtmns kJtAj ivj ftjifcj- - f ttllMMI llMf- - r r cxccisior aienni it J Pm uoiw vr f - HOJMUWSVHU vdtzkliMJ k Jr5 iat vMnmLdfoj v i tvttoObMi -- IVTT ft Sfr STUDY OF CHILDRENS IDMX- - A BORN COWARD An Eminent Dramatic Critic Makos Thia Strange Confession 1 WoBderfnl Improvomout Has Occurred in Our Educational Syatom A grout llcrbartian whva sweeping across the schools during the Inst few ycflrs hnd carried away liiuch of the ifolesa mcchnnical drill which char ¬ In its acterized the old education jlaco ha3 been loft the vitalizing in 21 And the New MntJicwB Sewing FOR ONLY The Kentuckian 1 Year Machine luenco of the study of humanity tfA ievinc that the contemplation of tho ivorld crcatcst thoucht and noblest ileeds must result in arousing kin ¬ dred enthusiasms litcraturo and his- ¬ tory have been introduced to our pungest children Wo have given this teaching a sufficient time toprovo Is it giving our children its efficacy Is it exalting goodness lofty ideas wisdom strength truth patriotism Is it enkindling generous desires to perform noblo deeds As a working basis for the solution of these problems papers were col- ¬ lected from 1440 school children in nnswor to tho following questions What person of whom you have ever heard or read would you most Why like to resemble Being Written as a regular composi- ¬ tion exercise thoso answers with ono exception show every evidence of Out of tho total number sincerity only seven children failed to return a really response and their hesitation seems duo to a premature develop- ¬ Nobody writes ment of fatalism a boy of lfi beoause it will do mo no good to want to resemble anyone A girl of 12 reaches tho same con- ¬ clusion from a feminine reliance upon authority I would not like to envy people Because they say it is of the notright Theysay that God madcyou to be so Estellc M Darrah in Pop- ¬ ular Scionco Monthly AN AFRICAN PRISON Tho Inmates Move It Bodily to tho Bar and Have Their Drinks Among some amusing anecdotes of his life in South Africa Robert Gan thony tho nuthoiytclls the following One warm day I discarded my waistcoat and was off with my sketch- ¬ book and camera in Bcarch of copy when a man stopped mo and said llallo Ganthony how are you He was a perfect stranger so I said How did you know my name was Well ho replied you Ganthony have Ganthony written on your shirt and as you look like a gentleman I dont suppose you would wear anyone As he left smiling I had a elsoV dim consciousness that I had been On another pelted with a chestnut occasion while watching the corru- ¬ gated iron prison at Johannesburg id found after awhile that the prison md moved Being naturally some- ¬ what surprised he awaited tho de- ¬ nouement and discovered that tho prisoners insido were lifting it and moving it towards a whisky bar a lit- ¬ tle way off When they got near enough they had their drinks through tho little window find then moved tho prison back again to the former spot When the governor heard of it he said iSTot a bad ideal I can make thoso fellows mend the roads now which they do the portion under repair be- ¬ ing also under the roof of the prison Los Angeles Herald - were alllown town and tho geninls had not yet arrived expectant of cock- ¬ tails Mr Bludycr the eminent dra- ¬ matic critic who is popularly sup- ¬ posed to live chiefly on raw meat and Now England rum put his hand on our knee and made the following con- ¬ fession My great grandfather a man of handsome property raised a regiment at the breaking out of the revolu- ¬ tionary war and fought in several bat ¬ tles lie was finally accused of crimi- ¬ nal cowardice they say the accuser was if personal enemy lie demanded an investigation but before his inno cenco could bo established ho was cap- ¬ tured by tho British in an engage ¬ ment and he died a prisoner Ilis widow was left poverty stricken Great is the power lasting tho My dear boy I tell curso of heredity you in confidence I firmly believe that tho charge was true that my great ¬ grandfather Ilczekiah was a coward And for this reason Cowardice has ruined my life it has also saved me As a boy I was afraid of fire of flood of loneliness of ghosts I would not join in any sport I feared lost I should bo hurt I could not learn to swim or skate and the reason was nothing but fear Thus I grew up timorous pale sickly Even now I would not sleep alono in a fiat Even now I dis- ¬ like to go upstairs in the dark for I am sure that some hand will clutch my ankle and I hear strange ironical chuckling in the shadows In the country 1 cannot bear the view of the sky at night and oh the irony of it As a dramatic critic I am praised feared and cursed for the courage of my opinions Man dear this cour- ¬ age is a colossal bluff I do not sign my articles and I give as a reason tho managing editor does not believe in the practice whereas he really wishes me to sign I feel that I am merely a part ofa big machine with- ¬ out personal responsibility I slash away and cut and carve and use tire bludgeon rejoicing insolently in anonymity As a reward I hear my ¬ self described as a brave fellow one who is not afraid to sny what he thinks youcant buy his opinion If I were obliged to sign a dramatic review I should follow the formula ol a certain western critic who writes He done invariably of any actor noble and the brilliant audience wont homo well pleased with its evenings We were talking together in a club corner says tho Boston Journal There was peace for tho chief bores fJOO Mir j HOI idem II li arm Milired - Machine With all tho latest im provomeuts TlioboBt Mochiuo for the 9 lxyt f War lwg ii i in m nMimt least iriouoy over muuufacl N ews UBM uStiTJuViTu simple durable Light running noiseless 10 Every Machino warrantnd years A funSiaifi Machino for for and freight prepaid 50 HEEE is no need for the peojile of Hopkinsville and 21 Cash must accompany nl orders SlKClIiIOATIONS The Head Is flvo ami one half Inches hiirli and eight and one half Inches long inaiuo measurement This Is as high as any fnmlly machino made and must not be confounded with the medium or so called high arm ma chines Tho bead plate set Into or lovel with the table Tho Needlo Is straight self acting Hat on ono aldo and cannot bo set wrong ThoShuttlo Is open on tho end cylinder ihapo and absolutely self threading The Bearings Are all steel well fitted nnd adjustable wheel to keep drcs3 from getting on wheel Attachtr cuts Aro tho famous Johnsons sot in a tin box and consists of tucker rufllor rourhommcrs binder quiltor foot hemmor and fuller under braider and sheerer oil can and oil two crow drivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb screw guage and book of directions The Furniture Is well made highly pol ished nnd elegant in appearance All these machines willbosent out with oak furniture unless walnut Is specified Kach machine has a lock to tho drawers and cover nico nickel plate drop rings to all drawers All machines are well packed and orated ItUAU OUK GUAltANTEK Th New Mathews Machino is wan anted 10 ycaisiromciato of purchase and thirty days trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction Is not given the machlnomay bo rcshipped to tousatourexponsc and the money paid us will bo icfunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what ¬ ever In purchasing tho Now Mathows Machine You liae thirty days trial of it in your own norop nnu u lor any reaRon you sliouiu WISH to leturu tho machine It may co shipped to us nt our expense and tho money wm bo re funded All communications regarding the New Mathews Machine should bo addressed to ¬ ¬ neighboring towns to sub- - f scribe for papers away from f home to get the latest and most re- linble war news f k and no hole to put tho thread through except theoye of the necdlo Tho Feed Is positive In action and has no springs to got out of order Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind tlio oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread ThoStltch Is double lock stitch Tho samb on both eldes and will not ravel Can bo lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty stitches to the Inch Tho Tension Is a flat spring tension and ad justable to all sires of thread Hand Wheel Is nlcklo plated and has a loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder without running mnchlno Thollovcmont Is tho celebrated eccentric movements posltlvoln action nnd fewer work ¬ ing parts than any machine on tho market The Stand Has latge balance wheel hang3 on two adjustable centers The treadle Is large and hangs In cono centers and all lost motion can bo taken up astors undcreioh end and can bo easily moved Anlcodresa gunrd over Solf thieadlng ThoMnnohlno Is T ie Daily 9 J rst W A ntu WUiMl S S Tit 0 T TTfc iM CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all mutters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuekian is published every evening except Sunday and overy department of the paper is supplied with a news s e r v i ce that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken- ¬ tucky Daily delivered In the city r Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine This machino is manufactured with tho view of supplying a long felt want to wit A Modem High arm first clnss Sowing Macbiuo with all lute improvements and of first class material and good workmanship iueluding the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable prico A book of instruc¬ tions accompanies every machine In making your renittunco we prefer postoflice money order registered letter express money ordes or New York Echange Individual checks un less certified to will not bo recoived ¬ sgPTBgmaBw entertainment In reality I am tho shyest of men Here I am drinking New England rum And why I dont enjoy it I drink it to give me artificial courage for I must see a now American play this evening and to round out the impression of vigor and boldness At homo I drink weak tea with a grcal deal of sugar I know you will not believe this confession You will call mo mock modest I know that my great grandfather must have been a coward and there is ono that know And my cowardice she is my wife with this remark Mr Bludycr the eminent and fearless dramatic critic called for another New England rum and water ¬ HE IM lgrtfrffiftre rtia iHi HliM nrii imi hmT- - - h w For Infants and Children BmjkJBKrfiifgjra M if B lie iUiiiiu rii FTiTi ini iiiiiiiit r in1 r re6etablcPrcparationfor As- ¬ similating IteToodandReguia Ung theStomachs andBowels of Bears the mature V EXORCISING Most Recent A DEMON of This Survival f Instance of Medievalism PiomolcsTiestionChecrful Perhaps tho most recent instance of this survival of medievalism in one of the chief centers of modern civ- ¬ ilization and scientific culturo oc- ¬ curred on March 15 1897 at Munich Bavaria when a Catholic priest of St Benedicts church solemnly went through tho ceremony of exorcising a demon that hauntedahousoatNo 2 1 Park street in that city It seems that the evil spirit had disturbed the pious inmates of the dwelling by groaning sighing and making such a racket generally that it was impos- ¬ sible for them to sleep and was seen ouq night by a child passing through tho room in tho guise of an old wom- ¬ an dressed in black evidently a sur- ¬ vival of tho race of ugly and ill starred hags who havo played such a melan- ¬ choly part In tho tragic annals of witchcraft On receiving this in- ¬ formation tho parish priest and his acolytes wont at once to tho houso with aspcrgills and censors to expel the infernal intruder by the supernal power inherent in holy water and Tho event consecrated incense caused considerable sonsation in the Bavarian capital and excited mingled feelings of indignation and disgust in tho minds of even many good Catho ¬ lics Prof E P Evans in Popular Scionco Monthly Monka That Aro Workers Most of tho monks of King Wi- ¬ lliams Town Capo Colony arc trades ¬ men and do their own carpentering bricklaying blacksmithing etc bo flides teaching school All tho build ¬ ings they occupy wore erected by themselves His Shady Character SPAINS NATIONAL DEBT Is tho Enormous of 94 Capita in Amorican Money Amount ticss andRcstContalns neither Per WotNahcotic yttuu Scitl Jippcmiint Jfi CartonattSoda- - OpiuriTMorphin nor Mineral of jUw if i I J tti life iH r I rr fi 1 l main i0IUIM Kill UlllR Tele 99 2 AM 10 Cts Per Week Some idea of the magnitude of this burden resting upon tho Spanish peo ple can be gained by a comparison with our own situation Their national debt per capita is about 48G pesetas or 91 in American money Mulhall a few years ago estimated the wealth of Spain at about 135 per capita perhaps by this time it could be placed at 1G0 Tho per capita debt of the is Spanish government therefore moro than 20 per cent of tho per cap ¬ ita wealth of the entire nation Tho debt of the United States gov- ¬ ernment which in 180G amounted to two and three quarter billions of dol ¬ lars fetood in January 1898 at not 101170133804 including tho greenbacks This would bo a per 14 capita indebtcdenoss of about Tho per capita wealth of tho United States was in 1890 1030 now it is of courso greater but even on the 1890 basis the per capita indebted ¬ to day ness of tho government amounts to only 1 per cent of tho per capita wealth of tho nation The per capita interest charge on this debt amounted in 189G 97 to about 53 cents in Spain tho annual cost of tho public debt is nearly G per capita Guntons Magazine ¬ HctvecfOldUrSAMVUMTCUElt IKunfm Se3 jllxSenna RATFS RY MAII JcMUSulu -JlUmfctd -- flimfud Sngar - Apcrfcctnemcdy forConsiipa iion Sour StomachDiarrhoca Worms Convulsions Fcvcr ish ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP Mil nil Tac Simile Signature of J ni You Daily One Mouth Daily Three Mouths Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition 1 35 lOO 400 yr 200 lev NEW YORK KSRTCRWSKftft The Kentuekian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained EXACT C0PV IT VRAPPCR - mm y THE CENTAUn COMPANY NEW YORK CITY tmaajsmzmcsM Subscribe Now And Get The News Send in your subscription lUiUJ i 4 41 7iM n Dont Do a Thing ijntil you have seen my new line of imported KVM nn ill 4U by I L LIIU U111UU j III 4iI1U I JLVUJU ir H A Peculiar Lake all Hght Phillip Whats thrnwtter with that fellow from Cplortdsjjt he Probably tho only inland body of water in tho extreme north which docs not freeze in winter 13 Lako Salaurk near Dawson City Alaska Though it is not known to havo any connection with tho sea tho wator of this lako rises and falls simultaneous ¬ ly with tho tides of tho Arctic ocean Provisions Chtap in China B r SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS I guarantee QUUITY STYLE and WORKMAN- - SHIP the best fliaf money can secure 3 2i tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone v Address 99 2 Ghas M Meacham Pablishcr rti 1 Town Topic Provisipns aro cheap at Kinu ChOu A chicken costs Ave conU rt duck qy n a goqseis and eggi are five centra dozen iii GhinV s No 11 South Main J h Tobitl Tailor 3 HOPKINSVILLE KY iuiiuuiuuiiuunuuuuuiuuiu flCrSls OOTSS a Ml HIGHWAY ROBBERY A SOLDIER PDUeJfSE oa aa la r- PRISON BO at fraataort A WEEK IN THE WOODS CL W Reabeu Btmmmfr Udi op at Lonely Ju WilEs Amffd V Sssn ij HweU Takes aXamp IsfC Parly to Tennessee R- - Men and Wqmentffi1 iif vA3- - V PSce la CltrfsTiWe Old Csjpiis 1 imr - v 3Ir ViSRiL H4wea is ai the head i a Ssatsg party that has gae to DaaTiWe Tefln to caaiffia IRC y it HeProroptly Gives Bond andGocs South and Smith Tipped ft4tJe j MiT Knocked Senseless by Robbers T Places Bbnop anil left yesterday aad to nxw G Dade Wardens To Join Ibe Army at awrassg lae fouowiBig aeas- Who Frequent the Unsettled Catlett for Deputies Chickamauga ber f the arty will go Portions of the Place Mrs W0R EToVell Mr aadMrs jfexi time Remlrtat ca Bsag sigbt DeptT Sheriff Grtay this aarnla- - m Waxted To buy a load of Clover morning July Corn six frightened away before they could was bere this Hay appl at this office 32 So far Up through his pockets Mr W A Reed of Casky is Sept Corn Two Jersey cows with calls for 20 Oats Sept jIBronaugn nas tailed to report nis spending the day here E W WARE 9 72 sale 9 62 XI Pork i- JBkii ine pnniuug experience uj iU- - auiuvri- - 31iss Grace Hughes of Glasgow Sept Lard 5 62 65 5 50Tj VThave a couple of cheap family 5 Sept Jfur Eies is vising Miss Minnie Armistead 5 42 fflA Sept Ribs 5 42 5 45 C H Latxe horses for sale sfZif A Cymbling Curiosity R C Morefield Jr is spending Sept wheat puts 65 calls pi mSuperviser John Davis of the L PER YEAR tip Mr Georire C Lonir placed a this week with relatives in South eir Vork Stocks and Cotton 2J railroad is ill with bilious on ourtablethis Christian ivegetzble curiosity I Opg I Higt J ClosTng fever at Springfield Tenn r ti morning it is a specimen ot wnati W L Whitesides returned Am Tob Mr 17 1 20 I21tf The usual Fourth of July bar is called aBears pawCymbling to day from a visit ot three weeks Chicago Gas 96 90 97 tvrue and brandancfc at Crofton It is an ordinary round cymbling to Scottville Ky 1 05 O 1 01 04j fcwill begin next Saturday July 2 C B We are going to quit growing in the upturned claws of 51 tf N Mrs A G Boales and children L sin 52 to day has looks like a bears paw the what tThe fine weather 1 04 04 Manhattan 1 03 claws being in five pairs at regular will go to Cerulean Springs n a airain put the farmers in irobd 1 31 profit Making 1 29 Sugar to spend a week distances around the hardened pirits Wheat threshing will be 25j Iron Coal 25i Miss Susie Lasley of Stanford shell The cymbling was sent by Resumed in a day or two CbleaRO Iteceipti To day t Andrew a friend to Mr Livy Nichols and is visiting her uncle Dr 9Cafg filter S 2i Vail wishes to sell his Wheat he planted the seed and gave the Sargent 588 Cars fine family mare with buggy will Corn shell to Mr Long It is a rare Mr C K JSisco whose place of 340 Can dispose of her at a bargain Per curiosity but a distinct species that business is at Frankfort is here on Oats Hogs 2400ft fectly srfe for a lady to drive re produces its peculiar formation a visit to his family monfcli earlier than usual we inaugurate 2500 Head Cattle A Dr Higgins celebrated flux and and exactly one Union County Convict Pardoned Mx F J Mitchell has returned Kftlmated Rccc lpt To morrow diarrhaea medicine is now for sal our Grand Clearance Sale of seasonable goods This Gov Bradley yesterday pardon from a visit to relatives at South Wheat - it 14 Cars put up in 25 cent bottles at Arrais sale will commence ed Joseph Harris of Union county Union Simpson county 300 Cars teads drug store X- Corn sent up in 13E6 on a four years sen 140 Cars Miss Lelia AVicks returned last Oats tence for boue breakinff Harris evening from a visit of a month to Hogs 36000 Head WANTED AN IDEAS5SSSSS Li thing to patent PntectyoarMeaathermA7 escaped after serving several relatives and friends at Madison Market ic 1rlnpyon wealth Write JOHN TVEDDEIV years and was returned on May 8 ville Attorneys BUlt5T Hogs To day 24000 D C tor CCL Patentprize ofler Waailnston their Since Harris escape he has mar 36000 The Misses Ellis returned to Hogs To morrow ried aad has a faxailv He became 385 and will dose Saturday June 18 thus giving you an op- ¬ afternoon after a Light WMfciJ II o an industrious and citi Hopkinsville this 390 to Mrs W A Nisbet Mad Mixed portunity to buy your spring goods at greatly reduced zen and his wife knew nothing of visit 380 Rough isonville Hustler his former connection On petitions 395 prices Each day during this sale will bring forth many Heavy Mr G S Penn of Texas is vis- of prominent citizens the pardon Total Clearance All 1orU umg irienas nere to uay was granted ir VhM nnA Mir Vvn tfM FIFTH AVEKUEHOTEi K 1 Penn and his wife have been spend- LOC1SVTILK XV New Revenue Stamps K CetinoteUntheWrKl yM ing some time at Cerulean Springs BASEBALL Electric KleraUK The Firbt National Bank of thi where they formerly lived g W FiEBCAUfBELlMatuzer SPECIA- city has accepted the agency for and those who do not come during this sale will miss the sale of revenue stamps docu- ¬ Mr I P Gerhart of Clarksville an opportunity of a lifetime mentary and proprietary Tbey is in the city and will take his wife RESULTS OF YESTERDAYS GAMES In addition to the ex- ¬ Baltimore 16 12 St Louis will be on sale there on and after home with him Mrs Gerhart has treme low prices we offer we have an elegant line of been here on a visit to her mother Washington 9 Cincinnati 2 30th inst the Pittsburg 2 Boston 0 The two cent htarnps are of a Mrs J S Bryan Chicago 9 Brooklyn 4 terra cotta color and bear the pic- - 3fr N Zimmer returned yester turc of the battleship Maine as it day from a visit to his son at Chick-HOW TlfEY STAND He says all of the Hop g appeared before it wa sunk in Ha- ¬ Won Lost Clubs The proprietary kinsville boys except Ed Buchanan vana harbor WORTH HEADING enfe 37 iPinfinnnfi 22 consisting of Book Gases Table Screens Kocking stamp also bears the picture of the are well and Buck is slowly re TCt I 22 Boston io Local State and National Maine but jt is of a bright purple covering from his recent illness Chairs Writing Desks Hat Hacks and Medicine Cabi ¬ 22 Cleveland y 34 color WILL DE ronD IS THE Mrs W M Hancock of Hopkins Baltimore 34- nets These articles are elegant and will adorn- - any Prof Fuqua Returns ille and her sister Miss Joy Carr Chicago 34 26 566 if home and are free Prof Jas H Fuqua has return- ¬ of Mayfield and Miss Hallie Er Pittsburg 32 26 551 THE ASD ed to fhcChair of mathematics in mine Rives are the guests of Mrs XewYork 28 28 500 Remember Our Motto R Hancock on Union street Bethel College Kussellville Ky 25 28 Philadelphia Pry Weekly Enauirer from which he ivas retired a year Clarksville Times 33 23 Brooklyn f4 More for your money lhin my ether house ago after a service of twenty 23 37 383 Miss Mary Ware second daugh Washington Yours truly Or your money back 20 339 Ft0 uavo arranged a Clubbiug Hate ytfars His son Jas II Fuqua Jr ter of Councilman J D Ware left St Louis 39 wo caQ will continue the Fuqua High this morning for Colorado Springs Louisville 19 41 317 J woa flcfcool started at RussellVille last to spend the summer She will Both Papers One Year for 225 SCHEDULE POR TO DAY r Prof Fuqua is give his meet Dr Dlakey at Evansvillc and Regular price for Both is 300 oW ponttkm at an increased salary be under his personal charge Philadelphia at Louisville She Wasave you gfloerotn jvart of Utw goes for her health Boston at Pittsburg T little atteation to the action of aa old colored aaa xbo Irres ia Cbnsilaa county Kea the graad jury it seems and the friends tuekr a coaatrr carpeaier ImiW oScers had failed to find him erofbarss ttc case bere to do A few days ago Mr Williams en The new commissioners held a aad to aoead ibe jxtv frradia oae of the Tennessee meeting last night and Were in ses sfebt riib Bart Keadrick colored listed in until 11 oclock When they wb Utcs sear the c4d pcor boose regiments as a volunteer and made sion propertr ia South Clarksrille Af bis arrangements to leave this adjourned they stated that they ter pepper Saturday ereaiag Bro afternoon for Cmckamauga lie had not elected anybody aacLhad saagb weat op tcrwa to stake bis came to this city to look after some nothing of importance to give out anrhae stariiar back to Kea business matters before leaving for publication Despite the com¬ home abat 10 oclock drick statement thcire are AVbea in Wcods alley where it ia- - and was taken in by the officer as missioners teraects the IxmisviHe Nashville above stated- - Bond was fixd at many who believe the board was raftxoad Broaaegb xras attacked S100 in each case and was prompt nracticallv asrreed on the men it br unknown oarties aad rebbed of ly furnished and the young man will select as Wardens South all hfe Imadles coasfeiiajf of dry Trimble will probably be Warden goods etc The old darky lay in was released George Bishop of a dazed condition on the wayside He will leave at once for the at Frankfort and Newport Deputy For the pJace at until revived by the rain early yes armv Eddy ville Smith of BowlingjJreen terday morning- when be managed PERSONAL GOSSIP io get up and return to JKeadricks is a favorite with the guesserps4br being very bloody on the head from Warden and Catlett of Lyon for the painlul wounds be bad received Mr J F Bagby ot Bell is here Deputy at the hands of the highwaymen to day DAILY MARKET REPORT 4 dealt evidently with some kind of Editor W B Brewer of Fair a bludgeon view is in the city Urn IUwIlng Dally IThe strange fact connected with Jas H Hilton of Owensboro is Corrected UrokerIJjIJopkInrlIle KyIJjcUtr and jihe robbery as reported by old man Broaaugb is that the footpads here to day Chicago Market To Iay jf did not go through his pockets and Dr Frank Stone of Lafayette j Opg HigtCoim take his money for after being is bere to dar on business - 11 July Wheat pknocked lifelefes be was an easy Mr John F Clardy of Gracey Sept Wheat 66 jprey Probably the thieves were - tfiis coaaty gees to spsad tie is cMstrr town Hfce ClarfcsrHle dr gward ih be will iafcea ooe of tbe use enled por bim la tions ctfClarksT Hie 1 was beM up n fee feifwar Saturday aijrbt aad robbed br toobs-- Tbe i tbas tdd br the Times Satrdar swsbt Heabea Bro--- i i sry Mr lTiiliaas was iadicted by the rraad jwry here oa a charge of as- 1 O v and rarrrmw a 24HH i vH Kaeoa a capias vr brg - arrested Jeph WiMiams termer lma r oar Garretts aad jst oer k Iast Februarl Tn iS rMraiers IJ Aadlr weatKW Heoaid bt D Morris Jane 2JLVtSpc J Belle Brandon Mr Ed Wade Mr-cJaL In aaticipatioa of-- tfcx meet- T X Waalimftoo and 3tr-- J B Jng of the State Board oTPria Dade for Thev will have a caiapiag outfit the candidal woods The spots places under the comrnisipa 5 came and lre n the oae and abonds in a oictureoue in fast yesterday The commission fish and gasac- The party expects eirs were aot ia erldence during to have a verr pleasant soyurn fI he cvrniB Wltn UJe excepupn cs Of course when they return CoL Commifcsioaer Finnell vho was Howell and Tosa Dade will be pre- busy during the day receiving the pared to render a truthful account tke fisii caught and the game applicants lor places and hiir Frankfort Ky Geo Howell Miss - - Jt -- Small Feet Can get shoes and oxfords o fit them for next to nothing We are overloaded on Mens sizes 5 5 1 2 6 6 6 1 2 and 7s and Ladies sizes 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 and 3s in all grades of shoes killed r - AVBABYS DEATH kMr and Mrs Alex Cox Lose Their Infant Daughter LittleFlora Louise Cox infant daughteroC Mr AlexS Cox died last night after an illness of several days She was fifteen months old and the only child of fond and dot¬ ing parents They have the a Jargecircle of friends in sorrow that has saddened their the home Thfc funeral services will be held this afflrnoon at four oclock from tber residence on Eighteenth sym-pathy-- of Worth 2 to - 6 - WILL BE SOLD AT- street - 50C TO Jrw 100 mju Jn Circuit Court The orbceedinirs in- circuit court to day were devoid of interest to the - - cases were few orders made heard and a Several Commonwealth cases were passed as the Commonwealths At torney was not present nuhlir-Some civil IIXIIX HERE AND THERE The Daily Kentuckiari 400 - - - w -- -- FOR 30 DAYS Ai JS tlf wed WAY 18 well-to-d- i -- 2 9 S GREAT BARGAINS FURNITURE 41 AU The News KENTUCKIAU 1 irOiRciaii - ee L-- er the ruin your fiae Crchfc Plaos U TaitoriMf hUy Toftpghk PwU RoHMffib UktlM t tnad for JMit 8itHl YtrdysTmprattir h beer coflsuoKr will doubt ai a pce society The bigiicat mpecature ldkwdajr xMmm tW rtkikmH WMWBWWWtlJLi TmJ a J ujr maSWEZ Sed or brin your vaah totkw 1 yrli prdr iT Rickrds Smhimm- Coiany JMftDttlftftA r i