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Digital page images are linked to the text file. xp n l trn VOL 1 Daily STORM lift AA NO 54 v HOPKINSVILLE KY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 29 1898 ALLEN OF COURSE Kentturhtan Will Take Place or Returns i b PEIOE 2 CENTS THE DASH AT SPAIN - The Henderson Convcnlion Short Something of the Ships and m Men Picked Out and Svvecf -- i CADIZ Thrown Into a Duck Fit By the News Shell the Coast Cities m W ay The City the Next Step - -- i mm The Invasion i Whether Camara Goes Henry Allen Nominated and cents In a Verv flrnre- ful Speech Aciji To Be Taken Santiago In 48 Hours it tWL V Shatter Says He Can Capture sition from any source The Convention organized by ap- Â¬ pointing the usual committees and these reported in a short while The platform was a reaffirmation of Democratic principles as express- Â¬ health of his men excellent ed in the last party platform and was adopted by a unanimous voteCol Van Heme Will Die The nomination of Mr Allen was made by acclamation and he was Another Rough Rider Dead escorted to the stand and accepted 1 in the following address I Guanthnamo June 29 Special Col Van Heme of the 8th in- - Mr Chairman and Gentlemen of fantrywliose leg- was crushed in disembarking Friday will probably THE CONVENTfON - Special Gen Shatter has reported Washington June 29 the war department that he can carry Santiago by assault in 48 hours but will not sttemptthe assault immediately because the guns are not in position yet Gen Shafter says there is no truth inthe report that yellow fever TheVeather is very good and has broken but among the troops Henderson Ky June 28 Spec- Â¬ ial The Democratic Congress- Â¬ ional Convention was called to or- Â¬ der at 1 oclock and proved to be a very harmonious affair All of the eight counties were represented and the instructions for Henry D Allen of Union were solid all over the district Christian county was represented VV by Messrs Geo P Campbell A Wilgus A M Cooper and T M to Barker There was not a shadow ot oppo- Â¬ bfpVashinglon June 29 Special 4Capt Malum readily drew up the plan providing for the immediate assembly of the first class battle Â¬ ships Ioiva and Oregon the recent- lyinodcruizcd protected cruiser utfewarjk with the auxiliary cruisers nr 711 ixanivee 1 osemire ana uixie ac- companied by three colliers which could not onlv comnel an abrunt cessation of Spain s commerce and the bombardment of her exposed Madrid June 29 Special The Queen Regent has authorized sea - coast cities but would nrove more than a match for nnv fleet the formation of an auxiliary squadron of warships at Cadiz The mz tnat country could nastily concen- - news that an American fleet is headed towards Spain has caused the iUUIC 1UI UIIVHSIVCUI That Watson Is Coming to UUIC11SIVC JJUI- - poses -- wildest excitement here as well as at Cadiz die - Private Tomlinsori of Roosevelts Rough Riders died Friday of typhoid fever Five thousand Americans andt five thousand Cubans are occupying the hills of Hicasas the highest point in the road to Santiago They report theSpaniardsforiifying theliills three miles from tthecity The Cubans Thursday captured three Spanish spies who had in their possession papers warning Gen Linares of the preuarati6n5yhe Americanstd attack Santiago Also information that the Spaniards in Gvantnnamo were in dire straits Â¬ Able Men Picked to Command Ready to Take Morro vThe plan was promptly approved ibv the President and teletrraohic o Kent WiU Attack by Land orders were sent to Commodore John Crittenden Watson until last Camp Sabanilla near Suntiago Jane 29 Special It is believed week commanding the North Cuban that the storming of Morro Castle is eminent blbckading squadron to proceed at Gen Kents division now occupies a strong position near the Castle qnce to carry the plans into effect and holds the railroad Commodore Watson is one of the With the advance of this division and the taking of Morro Shafter ablest and most experienced officers and Sampson will completely control the entrance to the harbor He was It is with feelings of the deepest ofhigh rank in the navy gratitude that thank you for the Admiral Farraguts flag lieutenant honor you have conferred upon me on the Hartford and stood beside Will Help Uncle Sam To be thSominee of the Demo- Â¬ cratic party of the Second Congress- Â¬ By Pushing Camara Along ional District is indeed a cqmpli mentof which aity man mayJwelT London June 29 Special It is believed that England through feel proud but to recei the Egyptian government will put nothing in the of Camaras passage by the unanimous voioe of the people arid without a contest through the Suez canal The officials believe it will be a kindness to brings to my heart an appreciation America to push Camara along and leave the Spanish coast unprotected that words are inadequate to ex- Â¬ Moreover the squadron will probably soon break down press - Hiding Behind the Hill Democracy that hascarriediisilag to victory in every contest a Democracy that though never- until now has seen one of its rank promoted to this honor has never sulked in its tents has had no grievances to avenge but with unfalter- Â¬ ing faith has fought the good fight for the rights and liberties of the people and will continue to fight it v Yet as long as love for liberty has an abiding place in tle human heart expects news In a republican form of govern29 Special SecretaiyAlgcr Washington June ment like ours differences in politthe latter part of the week of the arrival of the firstexpeditjohat Manila A News special says Sampson has Special Chicago June 29 definitely asccrtaincMhat Cervera has his squadron near the high hll ratt the entrance to the harbor safe from American shells but where it cannot do any harm to our vessels or land forces Â¬ - Is Cervera With His Ships I see in this honor notqnly a compliment to myself but alsoa recog- Â¬ nition of the loyal heartofcXhe grand a Democracy of Union county Â¬ Died from Overrating Cuban Insurgents Still Starving 29 Â¬ Special Three Cuban insurgents who reached the American lines after going for three days without food died from eating too much to the government fectually smother any delusion that having brought to this country in a the Spaniards have of being able to regain their colonies jf the admiral in the cross trees at single trip 1200 immigrants and tons of cargo with a speed of the battle of Mobile bay where he 4000 Will Teach Trained Nurses These vessels are was twice wounded The com- Â¬ twelve knots Dr E P Rucker the well known manding officers of the other ves Â¬ now full loaded with Pocahontas physician of Earlington has open- Â¬ sels are among the best fighters coal the Scindia carrying 5000 ed a school of Suggestive Thera- Â¬ and best known men in the naval tons and the others 4000 tons each peutics at Earlington for the in- Â¬ struction of those contemplating the May First Attack Cadiz service They are Capt Robley study of medicine and also as li D Evans gj the Iowa enjoying the All the vessels of Commodore post graduate school for practicing nickname of Fighting Bob Capt Watsons squadron can make the physicians A feature of the insti- Â¬ Charles E Clarke of the Oregon run without the necessity of coaling tution will be the instruction of famous for his bravery and for his at sea At ten knots per hour or nurses a branch of instruction by resourcefulness in bringing that 240 per day it will take the squad Â¬ the way that is exceedingly ueed ful in this section Madisonville vessel from the Pacific Capt A S ron at least two weeks to cover the Mail Barker of the Newark until recent-Â¬ distance between St Thomas and ly a member of the war board Cadiz Naval officers do not be Â¬ Alines Open up Commander Wlllard II Brownson lieve any sustained attack wjjt be Baquiri Cuba June 29 Spe- Â¬ of the Yankee who at Rio Brazil made upon the Canaries but that cial The Spanish American Iron fired the shot that was heard the vessels of the fleet will lie under Co whose mines have been in the around- the world and resulted in the lee of those islands to replenish possession of the Spanish for two the collapse of the revolution there their bunkers and then proceed years will resume operations im- Â¬ Commander William II Emery of directly to Cadiz to bombard the mediately The round house and the Yoseriiite of Grcely relief fame fortifications there in the same man shops burned by the enemy will be whose Hibernation in the Petrel mer that shells were thrown into rebuilt fore delivery COMMANDER BHOWNSON - Barquiri Cuba June Â¬ Â¬ f fiat Secretary Alger Expects - i4 Troops Not at Manila V M Â¬ Â¬ ome Anxioiis to Get Out Others are Anxious to Fight Special Towusend June 29 The Liner Columbia has ar- ff Wived from Japan and reports hundreds of people at Manila using every effort to leave offering 500 and 600 each for transportation out The Spaniards are anxious for a fight Also brought an account of thebombardment of Cebu by the Spaniards The bombardment stop ped the execution of an American by the insurgents who toolc him lor iJprt Two Heavy Batteries And Six Thousand Spaniards Special --News has been received that the Baquirl June 29 Spaniards arc strongly intrenched at Santa Ursula and Lnguna both important entrances to Santiago The have erected two heavy batteries supported by C000 men Gallantry of Our Heroes vf 0 Senate has pnfscd the rcso Recognized by Congress fjV Whirign K June2 Special-r-Th- e yrtHnarcofnUiiBif the fklkntjy of Lieut Newcomb oftlvlludson at iii ical doctrines and the existauce distinct political parties are necessary to the stability of its institu- Â¬ tions Such parties havealways existed and always will exist But there has come to us an issue upon the justice of which the American people regardless of differences stand united as one common brotherhood and that issue is the freedom of Cuba from the ac Â¬ cursed rule of Spanish tyranny and despotism The Federal Congress speaking the unanimous voice of the American people has said that Spanish dominion shall cease the flag of liberty and independence shall wave over IJie Pearl of the On this question we Antilles know no North and no South and Mason and Dixons line is obliterat- Â¬ ed from our maps Men and the sons of men who fought in deadly combat at Gettysburg and Manas Â¬ sas are to day upited and unmind Â¬ ful of the past have responded to their companys call to battle not to repel an invasion again Bt our own land not for the acquisition of territory but in answer to the cries of an oppressed and starving people To such a cause there can come no defeat but a victory that will live enshrined in the- memory of the ages yet to come But while fighting with one com- jnpn purpoae thi battle for th Hb f rtypfoibtr we stjould not be U- of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 ri rikt and taff ttMrtjiglii W vmtA for J J4wufr it r I 0 lttliupetlott ihntih Pufe near Port Arthur during the panese war demonstrated his gallantry and Commander C IT Davis of the Dixie who is most pop Â¬ ularly known from his escort of the Infanta Kulali a in a tour of this country but who has frequently shown his remarkable fighting ca pacity The colliers are the Scin dla Commander E W Watson the Abereuda Lieut Commander W II Buford and Alexander Com mariderW T Harwell They are fine cargo steamers tle Scindia on her lat tvanstAtinntlc yy age b Chinese-Ja- the outer defenses of San Juan and events Subsequent Santiago willdcpend altogether upon the at titude of the Spaniards and upon their success or failure in concen Â¬ trating any considerable naval force In all probability a sally in to the Mediterranean by the Ameri Â¬ cans will be necessary in the hope of inducing Admiral Camara torjsk If this can jba an engagement confidence is ex brought about preitaed that the peerless Towa and Oregon wilt destroy the last rcm menj of Spains feea power and ef A New Submarine Boat Special Milwaukee June 29 submarine boat was Raddiezs given a successful tent yesterclajv It was submerged for an hour and a quarter and made eight knoU an hour 0 k Mj Will Fight Mlt Sigel Special New York-- Sune 29 Gen Franz Sigel is raising a command of volunteers ken N J col at Ilobo f yis V Maggie McFarland consumption in the city to day died ot 7BS omr PV 12 t T - ftboKKls ftentuckian cams ac anjuqgrar Fact Ataift Pawnkr 5mb Ljra of m b acau jca tjberSaaaiP Jg C ite daty gdMtmtfcs ZJt JPJUt at kstk oai4 for Gwenmzmt sum p4er YaMej tauip 8 2H09 aSj lie one- Ai- - THE LAST ROUND - Tfe ptwcspaA smobdtes jpcsrdkrs Ja Per 3 KctKTEi Wl ek AsflrjJKCC Pzat Taujc x ATJueex 1 ita 10 aaeoace Madrid RTjy It asay ssaJcc saoaeixaijr 9ft isA wi if we POST DISPATCH Tfce cckattfes SNAP SHOIS starving Cfcfcaa ga kefcre e saarck 5forar Caasre WaMNi rissg Keatttriaaa- Tfee-Ba-nga HMcrs bad a casce io ride any jet BTitfeey Aawsieaa swat aecxtd ia tie presecca oC a loqvad jaeny m tie eal leave ssrajr-iae- iiich taf a SdfsY zejtm apa the gancsttca A donga Ki safaelMKe I lite ifdt Tin awts is pfeoyd it a aary Tie peapseA bfiboc wtaW ank iax-- prss lias wiwb it sfjaeezid be gnat tat it iato Sit ribband Attr rumuz St ba awere aiSoas asr nce fie tveea ronersto obtsia la p wpr Tie Spni is cot iota gnaxas auni terror C lie wwid te aiMSaj trftb cAhtr mtenal tli fmscl58 hf nhth is to rlair tie Tasfcrace of actios Tie pirts are biaarl6 ad aje coapsiil ff gaa c44 erlaovsB nitre g3 jc5iie tithtr xkwe The immense stoc of clothing shoes and furnishing goods is fastldisappearing at the Mammoth Clothing- Shoe Gofk store Yet ire have some elegant goods to sacrifice Here are a few things f hot are attracting attention Bargains that are IeavingViir house every dayi Balbriggaa Unffcrjbiris 20W all oter town atlCte -Oar Price Monarch CoJon Shiri KWrth UfJ Oar Price J egs snere Wn jvaacfcen dried liki5t Meag Heavy Cheviot Woifc Shirts cold at 50e u Oar Price Metrs Fsbct Colored Shirts soft and Negligee vrilb and without col tars laandried worth COc Switchs Elastic Drawers sold at SlXO Our CfeiWreas Kt Shoes and slippers sold at SIjOO Our iM T- d Cljtklrena Shoes ann Slippers sold at 10 Our ibe ckr cfririaea ibfe iaparteloa HOOpoood shot a ItasMliM Fivt Jr vas tie waly 21CQ feet per seeomi aad Spaaiard baite call- - rskcstj of Ladies 10 Kid Shoes lace and button all toes ms as parents aad nwnM aare dBecause tie sot accesoarr liat tie energy of lis projectile is nenrlf iv Be aod sizes Oar Price faheri2ahaaeaJoclae rzafc a p k Zipfi foot tests This eaergy is suS Shoes Our Lilly Bwckett Co s 15 03 Q CQ died Kbe 2 wdtr n lSe front Oregon eight feet out win aecesei-- aval to lift tie Tie isperial atSrrSfla of the arattr ia oae mi note Our Leading Brands of S3 00 Shoe all styles tO O C tate a aew United States b sad saill VCCV OurPrica ABea Snakes In Their Bed Te aonnaaaoa rf Henry Sscoad wtUi ianprored aacbierT assre tie Oa list Thursday for Gangr Matbeantics are sol sectsearr Jobd Dereri wbo Jive nigfet Joe and an aWe priit and partri mar loirp bad tetrkt In our children s CLOTHING ve have made the He xil refed ia Sgariag- apsa bvr ssoch ire beea from home until rat her late acd tic representative same extra iJAKGAISS Our S450 500 and 600 alreadr otanM increase tie I iI I I I I I credit pM tie State ie repraeests 2fter reecbiag borne they soon retired KJ Hnes at 3C0 Our 350 and 400 lines at 200 debt 1 Mens for the night Both were soon sleep Goods aaderre nfe pertr with nyalty brdeane you want the best and cheapest suit you ever bought call in proportion Tie conric papers bare aiied fcg sooadfy when Joe was redely aid fitfettcr a great oppartnaity br aot getting awafceaed by a bite on one of hir in at once as this sacrifice cannot hold on always PrtSaki wiere Caaara rC3s- together all tie Spaaisb accoeats Angers On discovering a snake bad fast reewted to be is a totra c ef tie Bgitiag bold of him he gave a yell and a vpeople at tie E yptiaa ead rf bound lighting on the opposite side There are pltaos for sebody ia lie Soez caaaL It fc tie place tie Charter amendments aad there of the room He was soon followed by where tie soils are paid ad as it b a tj rent dezl of bitter fruit ior Jobs who was yelling an old time 901 take 5S5eyj toet bis Seel ledum war whoop With two other taxpayers throegiz Caatara is aot liable to ea Â¬ snakes at bis heels All this time ter tie caaal nale6 ie aeaa b- - Tie thieves who carry oS hot Joe wzs desperately fighting bis an stares are less depraved taan tagonist which held on tenaciously to those who make so boees of break Â¬ bis Soger It bad coilel itself about 3frs W B Iowe tie aewlr ing into s bows to steal ossified raea bis arm and it was some time before it elected PrMent of tie Geaeral Federation of Woawta Clubs is a Fraace WiHiard thosght that loosened its grip 2nd escaped through She i tie wocaza who had husband chil- Â¬ the doorwy The boys at once went in reeideat of Atiaata Ga oae of tie saot bigaly coka red asd dren and hooe bould be the hap Â¬ ereh of a doctor and upon being jatdlectcal a well a w idelr piest of alL But tbee bare Mrs told tbat ibe bite was not poisonous Leae who finds her happiaess on they i e turned heme and to their hor- Â¬ of tie Sooth kaowa tie ptatjona Asd there are otbers ror found the reptiles again coiled op August Ladie Hcck Jour Tie Tie atnie that taaped ed with in their bed They gave battle and jral will be made p alasoit eadrelj the Hotcbkise gna when the Span- - succeeded in killing one a large black offictioa There are prccaied tsh guerillas were shooting down gpatted snake The others made their escape And serea or eiht short stories ia ad- Â¬ riders could not have refuge in a the boys they sought neigboriug bouse for the dition o Julia Martfder serial beea a Missouri animal It was of the night Ex A Hear ca KiviiagHHU which i doubtless some raw recruit from remainder brought to it ctMcluhtoa ia August Texas i 1 b curfew law obtains in SeoaiKo Jttliaa Hatbrooe Joba Head rick -J B9gh Abbe Carter Gcodloi Clara Tie little sawed oS man has a rea but it is made applicable logmen Sewell Ford aad others large advantage over the tall broad only When be huge boll of the 3forri bare contributed their best short man in modern warfare He can city proclaims the hjur of sunset arid Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods Motions Cloth 4orie which are to be illustrated shoot as straight as the heavest the time of closing the gates everf giant while exposing to the enemy man is obliged to retire to bis borne ing etc before making their purchases by the aost popular Assericaa arÂ¬ te Everything new anlif in all a much smaller figure than the big under pain of flogging but the women tists departments fellow are allowed to go about at all hours Attoraer Geaeral V C Fitz of The German woman is not so do-Â¬ The Itev Kennedy while preaching Alabama ha rendered a decision mestic as to prevent the formation in a church in Hannibal Mo impressReady-To-- f declaring vacant the teat of Eepre a womans club in Berlin and it ively asked Who can portray the sentatire Joseph H Wheeler to of believed that the German as well cosdition ol a lost sou An awful 17 Ccmgre from the Eighth Alabama is as the rest of mankind must eventu- Â¬ silence succeeded bis question but They are Dandies made by the best tailors aud from THE REST district because Gen Wheeler has Â¬ absented himelf from VafehiBtoa ally get out of the way of the pro- presently the busky voice of a tamjOeV gressive woman man in the streel startle the congigifc and accepted a conratision as IN SHOES A New York policeman desisted atiou with the response Hot I Bed i-in the array being at present with Gen Shafterfe cora from arresting a woman when he Hot Hopkinsville Produce flarket taand in Cuba Gen Wheeler did found that the man she was thrash- Â¬ GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU not TfsMn hi ConTejmtonal oSce ing was her husband It is impor- Â¬ Cash prieos paid by Hopkinsville before going- in the war Governor tant that there should be domestic merchants Johnston admits that the Attorney discipline everywhere and the fact Bacon Next Door to s General has rendered a decision is readily recognized by competent i 810c and aid be would take the matter officers of the law Shoulders up in a few days He did not fetate The transformation of the Count-es-- s Sides 57c The Present Crisis what course be would pursue but Casteliane into a beautiful red LaidTiV 6f7c in understood that be will about it beaded Titian Parisian described July 1 isjue a call ior a special ia the Sunday Post Dispatch in Â¬ Country jProduce Butter election to be held on the sazae day 1517jc terested every lady reader of news Â¬ Eggs J as the State election the lat Mon Â¬ papers tAM THE POST DISPATCH It is not long since an ITew feathers day in Augus1 It is almot cer- Â¬ American feminine platform lectur- Â¬ 2335c Beeswax tain that Judge William Richard Is tlte Only I821c er denounced in unmeasured terms Tallow of HuntMille who has several times 2ic St Loufs Paper the process of transforming plain Ginseng per lb unfeucce5ifuly opposed Gen Wheel women into artificial beauties 2225 With This famous Kentucky SUMMER RESORT - 10c Its Own Staff Correspondents Honey er for nomination will be elected is now opeu for guests under at all Points of Interest There is so much information Tub washed wool 2Gc At Havana Greased A Manila dispatch ot Monday about the effects of alcohol on the l3Mi Mr Sylvester Scovel human system and so many awful says Germanys entire Asiatic At Madrid Mr A E Houghton fleet is gathering here The Kais examples constantly on exhibition Y chickens live per lb 8c 2r At Washington erin Augusta the Kaiser the Prin that it is not surprising when a Boosters t n A practical hotel man baa been selected to direct affairs Special at Mr Stephen Bonsai zess Wildhelm the Cormoran and majority of Belleville parent ob Grain teuticu giveu to the cuisine Many improvements havo been made iu the Wm Altfew Yor- khotel and surrouudiogs Hotel rates reasonable the Irene have already arrived and ject to giving their childrens school Clover per bushel A pleasant time in store Jlr Morion Watkins 3 for you Rooms bright ami woll veutilated time to the new study Intemper A splendid baud of musio iu the Deutchland and the Gefion are Bft Corn attendance expected soon These represent ance evils are advertised so con- Â¬ TOE NEWS OF THE DAT IS Wheat 75 spicuously that no young person the entire German TO OpeniogvBall Jiidc 17 Of na fetation with thefleet on theofChi need go lacking in knowledge of Corn shelled Cheap Rates Over I C Railroad THE POST DISPATCH exception the Lie stock r Arcona The transport Darnstadt the subject 15 cents a week seven days if de- will arrive to day with relief crews Jirered by agent CO cents o mouth S250a3lG0 Shen ADDRESS for the German ships The Ger- Â¬ It is eaid to be a Cherokee name if seut by mail Cattle S25 mans on their arrival fired salutes signifying the rirer of death and Calves 350 i in honor of theSpanish port This according to a legend which has L cN TIME TABLE Hides and Furs Hj is something whfch neither the En- Â¬ floated down among the Indians the ZZZzr TRAINS SOCTH glish nor the French commanders stream received its namo from the Green hidefl C7c 7ic No 55 Hopkinsville Ac 6IB a m have done The object of the de- Â¬ accidental drowning of tbe people of Green salted hides Dry flint 1012c No 53 Fast Line monstration is unknown It is not a village by a sudden riee attributed S A Crawford OKWTLT 600 a m Th- UA1IIMK Eeoy A Trow MBger No 51 Fast Mail 513 pm surprising that the Spaniards find to cloudburst Chickaminy isauotb Vegetables No 91 NO Limited 1116 pm in the attitudeof the Germans er name of fcimilar character the In hope New potatoes per bushel 60c Do nil kinds of Laundry und TBAINS NOIlTn Cabbage per head Two English worships the Im- Â¬ diau word sig nifyiog turkey lick 26c two or a place where turkejs are wont to Watermelons morality and the Bonovcnture - - Dy work - -No 92 Chicago Limited 936 a m No 52 St Lou Er mail 1018a m French warships the Pf seal and assemble Cbicopee the name of o Florida 350500 No 56 Hopkinsville Ac 825 pm an tnd Solicit Vour ithe Bruix and one Japanese war town in Massachusetts signifies the No 45 Fast Line 918 p pi Flour Bclail place of birch bark V ahip arc also here Whkou will oall for and dnlivnr Mr work nil ii Patent tier bbJ to ay prt of th e4tj Agnnta wte S575 NfcahrlUeAccoMJBOtliIR dof pot nt m ia- ujeecmnta Jewlub guides la Rome never paw SUndard per bbl UA inouMry point 550 Kortk teurA M ImU mmI Otalo Pm ix Bwwth cruhja wiU dor UUM MM IHHi Mt MM drnaa H oowmiiuicmUotta of Titus uodr 10 UMM0 MUX M IJMIM ti MMtdoV a Mbin IS mi Tkb ftjptfnd tha Arch rewon m H but walk Hay MtI4B nMMrt tHtyortMit niiMcmt it Tin Ct omtH Uofr p fttf Hw Eicdsior Stctat k owiag g Um UruaWpi iitL bjnaaj IMCOUIMMKAtNO vnaorj vrt ww ra HHMV MiAueAkl an m uliiua AttU dart Vkmm- - Mi tv itetom mf ApMaf MOINIIiMIViLU with 550 start in- - rf peace aaeosg Tie otT frigeae tzab9r mas is is a saecea dare TsOreg8asl3 tseb rifles are ehrjr pseedsof porder and ChikJrijs Shoes and Slippers sold at 125 Our 25c 100 40c 35c 65c 50c 65c 75c 99c V tftf pcr iris - dtjs tl4l SJ Ul UXXXifZ It 1 51 MAMMOTH Â¬ Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS tks JO METZ S STORE Tlie Great Hopkinsyille Mecca For Economical Btivefs A- - th PUBLIC - up-to-da- Â¬ SE E Oar wc ear Soils ill hint - taa-jor-ene- ral kin tie Best Ml - fiMtiMoM thk flace a Hams-r-counlr- y 45Jc AYSON- SPRINGS NEW MANAGEMENT w Q xa3rOrL Spxingrs Excelsior -- 0 18a iTl Laundry - Patron2 ir wOaaaa I --- -- - iiK - JU - L A jSk nnnnnann by ifift irifiiiiltfffi laHflfrfo BauaHeMmtx A TfUV mrt fciijAmm ihhrtAw wrtiwntiiwi tmrnrn mmmmmkin4Mw4mtmfmmmmbmmt Th Mile in Miiny Countries - Tho EugUsb mllo aleo used ia this eotmlrjr measures 1760 yarda or 6260 feet But tho mllo of forolgn coUutriM varloa almost as much as the language no that travoliug a mllo is oue thing either ahortdr or longer The French sys in other conutrlos tem of tho kilomoteroO000 rooters is also used inBolgium aud Holland To oyclora and others traveling in equal to those countriostkilometor -- Ib usod aa milo moas 1Q9J yard9 uro The SpauiBh mllo ia 1522 yardB and the Russian only 1167 yarda But OhineBO havo tho eaaiest timo of all in making a milo record their milo beingonly 609 yarda In Nor way and Sweden tho milo ia 11090 yards iuGormany it oquala throe Eng Othor difforeucoB are isb miles tulinu 202o yardaj PortuguoBO 2 025i BREVITIES OF FUJI Two Tolnls of View YoiJ sir enid tho poet aro a bad judge of poetry I sir retorted the editor Cincin- Â¬ nm a judge of bad poetry S3 AmltlicNcw The Kentuckian 1 Year MntlicwB Sewing Machine FOR ONLY MudiiiTi High in 111 m 21 fftwi iiiumi ilnnii JLJ V P nati Enquirer She You dont see as many wom Â¬ en cyclists wearing bloomers as you No I guess they are He used to Yonkera afraid of being enlisted Statesman Who A Half Memory Teacher Street Gamin discovered America I disremem after deep thought ber his name but he was a Dago N Y Weekly A Recommendation Mrs Newed Have you had engaging cook Cook Well much experience worked for tin families in mum Ive Harlem Life th lasht two wakes A strange woman rang our bell to Â¬ day and asked me to lend her an um- Â¬ brella Did ehc olTer any security Yes she said I vas just as apt to get it back as if I lent it to somebody I knew Puck In War Times Johnny reading Say grandpa what does the three mean When I was Grandpa rs a boy it meant reading riting and Johnny disgustedly rithmatic Pshaw I thought it meant Rosse Brooklyn vclts Rough Riders Life Did Their Style of Ammunition you say you found a large amount of fighting equipment on that newspaper man asked the Spanish officer Yes sir There were enough lead pencils and blank paper to have en Â¬ abled ns to win half a dozen victories Washington Star Taking No Chances Mrs Wick wire If you could stop drinking if you chose why dont you choose Missis I had a sec- Â¬ Weary Watkins ond coxisin out west who had his eye shot out for rcfusin a drink an I dont want to take no chances of meet Indianapolis Jour- Â¬ in his sad fate nal Giddy Young At tho Reception Do you know that as Ham- Â¬ Thing let you reminded me very much of Eminent Young Tragedian Booth Giddy Young Ah indeed Yes your costume was al- Â¬ Thing most exactly like the one ho used to wear when ho played that part Chicago Daily News SCHOOLBOY Sewing Machine With all tho latoBt im provemeuts Tho best Machine for the money over manufact leaBt urod War News riAnniVojiauiuS CK - t A I vi Hh 1FS0 vf kHlI Light running noisoless simplodurablo Every Machine warrantnd years il 10 Auatria8297 and Denmark 8238 Bullfighting In Spain Tho Spaniard in oxtouuation of tho bullfight as a national sport will toll you that tho central idea ia to diaplay leo courage and dexterity of tho men Tho bull ia moro than a match for The tho manit is acknowledged ferocity and aharp bull has 8trenglh hornatho man only a slender aword It is tfisontial that tho bull should bo killed with but one single stroko given while tho Bwordaman tho ospa This stroko must al da faces him so bo delivered in one special spot be Â¬ hind the ahouldoro to pouotrate the heart Should it glauca and strike tho lunga inatead bo that the bull will drop blood from hia mouth the audience iB disgusted and expresses its displeasure All this is delicate and dangerouB work and requires preperation to muko couditions rqual for both parties A West Indian Bath Iu the West Indies a lemon bath is almost a daily luxury Three or four limes or lemons aro sliced into the water and allowed to lie for half an hour in order that tho juice may be A remarkable sense of extracted freshness and cleanliuoss is given to tho skin 33ftgira xfviy w CO niiMriiafcr-rriijriwjri1v- A 50 Machine for for and freight propaid JsSsfr iiicAV iNafc3jWLTJis---vltffIr- v TliSSKZZZI mmi zv Cash inuBt accompany al orders SPECIFICATIONS The Head Ia flvo and ono half Inches high and olght and ono Iinlf Inches long lnaluo measurement Tills Is 13 high ns any family machine mado and must not be confounded with the medium or so called hlgh nrm machines Tho bead plato sou into or level with the tabic Tho Noedlo Is straight self acting flat on mo side and cannot be sot wrong The Shuttle Is open on tho end cylinder ihapo nnd absolutely self threading The Bearings Aro all steel well fitted and adjustable Solf thrcadlng The machine Is nnd no hole to put tho thread through except tho eye of tho needle Tho Feed Is posltlvo In action and ha9 no springs to get nut oforder Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind tlio oobbln ns smooth as on a spool of thread TheStltch Is double lock stitch The same nn both sides and will not ravel Can bo lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty Stitches to the Inch TheTcnsldn Is a flat sprln tension and adjustable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nloklo plated and has a looso wheel attached to operate bobbin winder without running machine the Movement Is tho celebrated ecccutrlo movements posltlveln action nnd fower work Â¬ ing parts than any machine on the market Ihe Stand Has laigo balanco vheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadlo is large and hangs In cone centers nnd all lost motion can bo taken up asters under cch end aud can bo easily moved A nice dress guard over g Â¬ wheel to keep dress from getting on wheel Attachacnts Aro tho famous Johnsons sot in a tin box and consists of tucker rufllor fourhpinmers binder quiltcr foot liemmcr and feller under braider and shcoror oil can ttnd oil two crew drivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb sorow gunge and book of directions Tho Furniture Is well made highly pol Â¬ ished and elegant In appearance All these machines will bo sent out with oak furniture unless walnut Is specified Kaoh mnchlno has a lock to tho drawers and covor nice nickel plato drfp rings to all drawers All machines are well packed and crated ItUAU OUK GUARANTEE Th Now Mathews Machine is warranted 10 years from date of purchase and thirty days trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction is not given the machine may bo rcshlppcd to tousatour expense aud the money paid us will be lefundcd promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what- Â¬ ever in purchasing the New Mathews Machine You hue thirty days trial of it In your own homo and If for any reason you should wish to return the machine it may co shipped to us at our expense and the money will bo ro lundcd All communications regarding tho New Mathews Machine should be addressed to HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub- scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reliable war news Â¬ 1 f V i 4 The Daily UUJUL I U WlliMI S 4 CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and f very department of the paper is supplied with a 1l Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine This machine is manufactured with the viow of supplying a long felt A Modern High arm first class Sowing Machine with nil late want to wit improvements and of first claBs material and good workmanship includiag the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instrucÂ¬ tions accompanies every machiuo Silver Buckles Koutucky editor said Bilvor buckles wore becoming fashionable on garters and ho hoped to see more ofthem His wife aued for divorce aud tho only woman in town who had silvor buckles on her garters cow hided tno poor editor uutil ho was as lawas a potato A DEFINITIONS An Â¬ pdd Collections of Latin aud Greek swers of a Loudon Teacher In making your remittance wo prefer postoflico money order registered letter express money ordes or Now Yoik Exchange Individual checks unless certified to will not be received Â¬ L W English schoolboys are put into Latin and Greek at an early age and such trifles as arithmetic history and geography are left for later years A teacher in a London school has col- Â¬ lected the following gems in the way of definitions that make us wonder what text books the boys could havo read Esau was a man who wrote fables and who sold the copyright to a pub- Â¬ lisher for a bottle of potash Titus was a Roman emperor sup- Â¬ posed to have written tho Epistle of His other namo was the Hebrews Oates Oliver Cromwell was a man who was put into prison for his interfer- Â¬ ence in Ireland When he was in pris- Â¬ on ho wroto The Pilgrims Progress and married a lady called Mrs WSSL Bad Time For Foolishness Doubtless Germany will find trouble iu plenty in tho Philippines if she goes out there sho could discover enough to suit her purposes much Â¬ flBMSBBBBSl i u ii news service that cannot be For Infants and Children -- 44 lie Kind You Beve iiiiiuuir Tii7 mi nifTrTTTTir ii nearer homo if This is a bad meddling with of tho world jand sho were so disposed timo for auy German Amciican in that part From New York Mail u r r B Always Bough Bears the Signature surpassed in all Western Ken tucky Daily delivered In the city Â¬ p J f y V jjctvooroidjarSMunjminsa white marble It is 470 feet each Jhnphn SteH way with a court 240 feot square jtlxScnna Few places are roofed with glass ItdttSctd Jlrpcrmmt moro tiresome to visit than palaces jyl CarioiuSxbb JIZmtTccil with their long rows of gorgeously rJUmfud Sugar liutfiyrtcn flare decorated chambers gilt furniture and evorlastiug mirrors but the Casa Anerfccf Ilcmcdv for Conslioa Real at Madrid is very interesting sion Sour StornachDinrrhoca Worms Convulsions r cvcrisn and contains a remarkable library of SLEEP ness and LOSS 100000 volumes also priceless pupors pictures bronze aud marble Tac Simile Signature of A clorgymon preached a rather long sermon from the text Thou NEW VOBK art weighed in tho balance and found After tho congregation had wanting TA MM b I8 CT 4 99 BE HUB Wt listened about an hour somo one be gan t6 get weary and wont outjothors jffl EXACT COPy OF WRAPPEB j PJ soon followedgroatly to tho annoy HM VV THE CIHTAU n COMPANY NEW VOBW CITY ando of tho ministor Another person atartod whereupon the minister stop pod hia Bormou and said That is rightgentlemen As fast as you are Weighed pass outl Ho continuod his sermon some timo after that but no one disturbed him by leaving ys The Bloam power of tho world may Paying tho Penalty of Greatness bo roekonod aa equivalent to the etrougth of 1000000000 monwhich is nows your brother Tommy moro thnn twice the number of work Ill in bed miss hes hurt him- Â¬ self Until you have seen my new line of imported men existing m flow did ho do that Thewalliflowor at a ball ia oftou Wo were playing at who could SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS thqonly girl present that can bake lean farthest out of a railway car Â¬ broad riage window and ho won Stray I guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN- Stories One of Missouris contributions S SHIP the best that jnoncy can secure Cloth of Woaderful Durability available for war ia 1000000 pounds Ircady mined load gach week The cloth of the old Egyptians was bo good that although it ha been j Hqra than 1000000 anUjkiniiiro used for thousands of years arwrap Hd fvery yaar in Uwlur tnul No 14 Soulli Main ping of the mummiei the Arl of lo day wear itn Itia all of Jmen the t ftMttts atnofe that tb figtttt tnolent Egyptians considering wool imu ihoutdttuke wen so nmf m Leisure 491 Express The royal palace at M id rid is ona of tho mo3t beautiful structures in the world being built by an Italian archi Â¬ tect iu tho early p irt of the last cen- Â¬ tury at a cost of j000OJO and was intended to bo a rival to tho Frem h palace at Versailles The matrial is JjyegetablePrcparationfor As- Â¬ similating iheToodandRedula Ung thcStomadis andBowels of OShca Wolsoy was a famous general who fought in the Crimean war and who after being decapitated sovcral times Ah if I had said to Cromyell only served you as you have served me I would not have been deserted in my old age I Wesley was tho founder of the Wes loyan chapel who was afterward A monu Â¬ called Lord Wellington ment was eVectcd to him in Hyde Park but it has been taken down lately Hamlet was woakminded fond of study But was too weak to fulfill his duty which the ghost had told him Ho was very good to his mother Ho profanes madness he really only puts it on but some peoplosayhe was mad One day when ha was fighting the king asked him if ho would have some- Â¬ thing to drink and he had put poison in it and namleteaid he would wait tho queen took it and then she falls down dead Hamlet immediately stabs his father and drinks the poison and dies Explain the words fort andfortrcss A fort is a placo to put men in and a fortress a placo to put women in Tho two chief volcanoes in Europo Golden Sodom and Gomorrah hot Narcotic EromotcsDigcstionCheerrul ficss andlfestContatas neither OpwrniMorphiiie nor Mineral w mrtn f- - 10 Ms Per i look Kentuckian Bi 212 SAlain 2 Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL a Jp The Daily One Month Daily Three Months Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition 1 35 lOO 400 yr 200 or xf You Have I Always Bought The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained t li 16 ttr II Subscribe Now And Get The News Send ia your subscription by mail Call at the office in the Ken tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 Address lis mmmmmmwWnmnmwmg 3 I 1 B 3 3 J LTobill Tailor II Median Publisher HOPKINSVILLE KY i 6 im fi 5 jJVj W 11 rVA W i Vi li WPiPR IP J I adopted ahd with the helof atl those who believe as we do in the BORDERS LOT HER FIFTEEN MEN ONLY maintenance of the rights o the Mr Henry KdntW of Pembroke people I know that victory will come KJiUtxa OP YESTimOAYs C1AMK3 Continued Ifora First frgo faVcre to day XlMadclphia 8 Louisville 3 to our cause Roajfeff Mr Wick Dawson of adjourned in New Vork 4 t Cleveland 06 The Convention mindful ot the conflict that must be A Romance of Three Hearts that Spring is here to day St Louis the Cincinnati Thitfis the Niimber of Recruits waged in our own land the blood Â¬ time for the delegates to catch Bdalbtt 6 Pittsburg 5 Circuit Court ClerK Arthurir less conflict for the maintenance of afternoon trains to 4 A Ends in a Wedding i nuw rmmwu ij i rett of Cadiz is here to day jJ our republican institutions and the DAILY MARKET REPORT MOW TJIK TND Mr R T StOwc and wife of welfare and happiness of our own MriM WqriVLost pc fv How a Logan County Youth Cap- Newstead are shopping here today people with equal rights to all Correct Dntly y lieu Ktvrlln Hanker ClneiftSatl 39 22 The Officers Here But Arc Unable 039 mill Uriker llnpklimvlllo KyMr J L Fcagaues arid wifej of and exclusive privnu gca iu uum Boston i tured a cauiz buy 627 Â¬ to Work Foe Lck Pembroke are in the city on a shop Â¬ I believe that these can best be at 34 Baltiiiltre 22 007 BcslfalrJ Alnrknt To Oay CtiloiiBt tained through the principles and ping expedition of Blanks 35Cleveland 23 003 Vg iiigt Closing Chicagtij tcachingaof the Democratic party 34- 26 Mr C R Clark and famify re- Â¬ 560 79 From thcf time of Jefferson and Cash Wheat from aVvltnt to Pittsbiil g 32 27 542 a business Â¬ turned this morning 73 Tuesday afternoon 73X Madison dovrf to our own the fun Â¬ JulyWheat 29 20 near Gracey Capt H L Atkinson and Prir New Ycirk 500 in Hopkins relatives man arrived 68 69 damental pi inciplcs of the Demo Sept WHeat 66fr Philadiflphia 26 28 vatcs H II Ilopson E A Davis like young 481 Messrs Geo E GarynV A Â¬ t 32 iiA ville procured a rig and set out lor 32 31HI il Brooklyn 33 Arthur Chapman and P O Prowse Cadiz about five oclock The same Long and Geo D Daltbnare in cratic party have been the preser July Corn 411 32 of the Sept Corn 33 32 vation of personal rights for the Third Washiiigton 23V recruiting officers 37 383 ville to day r 20 young man returned shortly before Russell 20tf states the Supremacy of the powers Sept pats 20 Regiment are here but out of 41 St Loiiis 328 spending delegated by the states to the fed- Â¬ Sept Pork 9 60 9 67 midnight with a beautiful young 7 Miss Willie Radford blanks and have not yet begun bus Â¬ Louisville 42 311 at the Phoe Â¬ the week in the city with Mrs eral government freedom of speech Sept Lard 5 50 woman and registered 5 50 55 iness They were to remain two wife Chas M Meacham nix as Harry Borders and 5 45 45 freedom of the press freedom of Sept Ribs 5 37 SciiEDULE FOR TO DAY days but will remain longer if nec Â¬ un- Â¬ Keysburg Ky Â¬ New York Stocks nnct Cotton Dr C J Northington p Lafay conscience and freedom of the direct for Chicka essary and leave Baltimore at Louisville For some time young Borders ette spent the day in the city Opg Higt Closing limited coiriagc of gold and silver mauga as soon as they have secur- Â¬ Brobklyn at Pittsburg Â¬ had been in love iwith Miss Annie 18 1 18tf Mr and Mrs R F Brumfield as the standard money of the coun- Am Tob ed fifteen recruits Washington at St Louis Banks one of the prettiest girls in returned this morning from a visit try The Democratic party stands Chicago Gas 96 97 97tf They obtained 25 at Paducah Boston at Cleveland Cadiz 04 for an economical administration C B Q 10 1X 1 04 ji to relatives in Clarksville Tenn making 85 in the six towns visited Philadelphia at Cincinnati of public affairs a tariff for rev Â¬ L 51 Three of He had a rival and a very ldrmid 51 51 N and need only 15 more New York at Chicagd Rich Â¬ Messrs Willie Bauer and one in the person ofa young 04 enue only believing that all unnec- Â¬ Manhattan 1 04 1 04 i these from Paducah and four from able of Cadiz whose name will ard Stites of Louisville are visit Â¬ essary taxation is unjust and the 33 could not be enlisted druggist 1 29 133 Maylicld who Sugar Little Miss Qarit Entertains whom we will for ing the family of Mr Win Gf du promoter of monopolies and trusts Coal Iron 25K at Paducah for lack of blanks arc not be used but this article desig 25JT 25 the purpose of MiSs Anita Gant gave a pleasant Mrs W H Faxon and children offering the means of unduly en Â¬ already here Chicago Kccolptp To ttny lo- Â¬ nate as Ed eritertajnment Tuesday evening at some time with rela- Â¬ riching combinations and impov- Â¬ are spending Up to three oclock to day four 2 Cars Wheat y The contest between Harry and tives in MurfreesboroTenn erishing the masses of the people Corn names had been handed in R cal 316 Cars the residence of Mrs Bertha Gant Y exciting with iibnor of her guests Misses May J Johnson Henry Hardwick Chas Ed was close and Mrs Maud Joy of Eddyvillc including every tiller of the soil 200 Cars in at the disadvantage of being arrived this afternoon on a Visit to and every laborer of the land so Oats Harry Shepherd and Ola Dorman Those E Hord and E E Earle 35000 Hogs on present were that the government instead of be Â¬ If these are all accepted it will in Logan county while Ed was Mr W D Ennis1 family morrow KslImntcU Itccclptft To the ground Misses Virginia Nottrse Mary leave only four more to be recruited 4 Cars Mr T J Tandy and hissister ing admini8teredfor all the people Wheat 7 to be Sometimes one seemed Golthwaite Edwina Cook Susie is manipulated in the interests of If the 15 are secured to morrow Miss Susie have gone toPadiicah 415Cars Cook Porn Â¬ Joy Herndon May Shepherd the officers and recruits will leave ahead and sometimes the other ap- to attend their brothers wedding the few 200 Cars Oats i Old Dorman MessrsClark Tandy for the front otherwise they peared to lead at once V 33000 Head Laurie Gant Ben Winfrce Nick Prof J W Johnson a student While we believe in the sacred Hogs The race became so exciting that will wait another day The blanks rights of property as defined by from Roger Williams University UoffMurkfct Edmunds Meriwetlier Bacon and are expected on the train to night Harry thought the matter over and at Nashville is here enroute to Chi- - law we condemn the policy of any Hogs To day 35000 Gill Edwards concluded that he could not endure from Frankfort party or administration that fos- Â¬ Hogs To morrow j 33000 Once cago Dr Jackson is the examining the suspense any longer ters legislation which permits prop- Â¬ Light 385 City Court Matters made up his mind the next Dr C H Tandy has gone tpPa surgeon and the recruits will prob- Â¬ having erty to be taken under sanction of Mixedi 390 to act as best man- at the ducah thing was to act A flock of geese belonging to W ably be examined at his office law from the pocket of one man in Rough 375 He took the trainfor this city and Tandy -- Seigenfelter wedding toW Gray the colored barber were order to enrich another 395 Heavy proceeded to Cadizwith the inten- Â¬ nightlound wandering around the streets JIM BOWLINGS EYES We believe in honestmoney that Total Clearances All 1orin tion of taking the girl back home Messrs Jno W BowlingjMip B A and impounded as a nuisance with him or retiring from the fight Brown and S T AshmorcofjCrof each dollar should be as good as Wheat and Flour Exp 526000 bust fine of Slwas assessed How He Happened to Get Them Â¬ How well tou are among the visitors to the any other dollar and we arc apfor her heart and hand admin- Â¬ R Jones charged with selling posed to all legislation and Blacked Newspaper flan Marries he succeeded is told in the first city to day viv7 istrative policies that would dis- Â¬ Mr W P Titus and Miss Mary liquor to a minor two cases fined paragraph of this narrative The Leaf Chronicle has this ac- - He arrived at Cadiz shortly after Mrs Frank Trice of Pembroke criminate against and debase one Ethel Newhouse -- were married at 50 in each case ricount of an accident to Mr J M dark and lost no time in submitting who had been spending ayeek dollar in order to make another the residence of the parents of the friends in Princeton returned dollar dearer About Ready to Ring Elmo Jiowling his ultimatum After a brief par-Â¬ with bride on South Firststreet Claitfcs home this morning yU Mr J M Bowling who had ley there was an unconditional The party telephone line being We are opposed to the issual of ville at 8 oclock Ttfesday evening to Hopkinsville to visit his surrender and by nine oclock a in time of Eider A M Growden oftheChtirch constructed between Pembroke and kbeen Mrs L H Armstrong arid jMrs interest bearing bonds Jsister Mrs B S Wood returned marriage license had been pro- Â¬ F P Renshaw and littiefcniece peace and also opposed to thqm in ofChrist officiating Immediately Elmo will be completed to morrow home last night Much to the sur cured the ceremony that united Eura Cary have gone to Eans time of war when no necessity exÂ¬ after the ceremony the bridal party Only about twenty poles remain to S prise of his family and his numer them had been said and Mr Bor- Â¬ ville Ind to visit relativeand ists and Iassert that the provision were driven to the home of the be set and wired to finish up the Vpus friends he brought back with ders with his bride by his side was friends in the present war revenue bill for groom on the west side of the pub- Â¬ work Already a half dozen houses ft him a pair of mighty black eyes driving furiously away from Cadiz Mrs C A Cosby of Newark N the issue of 400000000 of bonds lic square where a reception was along the line have been connected 11c said that he had gone into a f and others will use the service He is still at the Phoenix Hotel J will arrive Thursday to spend was not as necessary for the carry- - tendered A to examine a mule that stood and will return home on the 513 the remainder of t stable wjth ing on of this war as it was for the the summer in one of the stalls The animal re- - train this afternoon yher sister Mrs Goldthwaitc ton perpetuation of the single gold sented the intrusion and immedi- - Mr Borders is a wealthy young South Virginia street standard and the national banking ately began to make demonstration farmer who lives alone with hiss system with his business end This neces- Â¬ father in a fine old mansion ncar Misses Mary Anderson Jean When on the 23rd day of April t sitated a much more hurried exit Keysburg He will take his preuy McKce Jean Goldthwaitc Tillie 1898 the House of Representatives than Mr Bowling had intended bride to his home where she will flioore Kosalie ireen and JUolue passed the resolution declaring war morninir from but he departed and stood not up- be given a cordial welcome by the Garnett returned this O a house partyaIr J Smiths against Spain there was hardly a on the order of his departure The father nian Jn the country who believed near Pembrl door didnt open fast enough for The bride is a niece of Mrs Jno war would last more than sjx weeks Miss AtftTandy left to day and men everywhere were ready to him and he in some manner jam- Â¬ G Jefferson and has spent much of med his face between the door and her time with her aunt She is a for Paducahflo attend her brothers shoulder their rifles for the cause of the door irame receiyimfesome very remarkably pretty and attractive weddingsjand from there she will go tj When our war Â¬ human liberty painful bruises fromjEwmch blood young lady and it is no wonder to Iprc omiui arte to oecome ship weighed anchor at Key West that her hand and heart should book keeper in Metcalfes new lauri flowed freely have so much sought after and steamed for Cuban shores the A gentleman who arrived from dry in that city people anxiously awaiting news of ninlsterriisslng Cadiz to day is authority for the Mrs B F Coulter and daughter the conflict but none came While Henderson KyS June 28 Rev statement that Ed found when he Miss Fannie of Los Angeles Cal these magnificent battleships were II R Booch theirffewministcrofthe got up this morning that the boys arrived in the city last night from patrolling Cuban waters their r had tied crape on his door during German Evangelical church has the night Hopkinsville and will spend some brave sailors and marines anxious Hebe mysteriously disappeared time visiting relatives They have ahd eager to strike a blow for this SET FOR FRIDAY came overheated iVrecently which been the guests of Hopkinsville rel Â¬ cause yet awaiting the coming of r it is thought caused temporary atives and friends for several weeks the American soldiery and orders The Prison Commissioners Have Clarksville Times nsanity from the powers that be the con Not Yet Been Elected dition of the starving and dying Ask aLegal Separation HERE AND THERE reconcentradoes has steadily grown pt e- Mrs Kate Vheeler Morris has Ky June 29 Candi Frankfort worse until their cries for bread are filed suit for divprce from her hits dates and their friends continue to Wanted To buy a load of Cloveiv too weak to be any longer heard band Rev Charles Morris to come ljand the members of the Pri Â¬ Hay apply at this office the -Spanish Government has armed whom she was married in January V son Commission Board are besieged I have a couple of cheap family its forts and battleships for the re 108U bne aiieces cruel and in on all sides C II Layne Chairman George horses for pale sisting to death of the invasion human treatment by him said this morning We have not An chifdof Jimf of the American troops while the yet selected a single officer and Clark col Real EstateTransfer To day died nearjjjblubria federal congress through the party will not do so until Friday This Springs of bowel trouble in power has enacted a law that F P Renshaw has sold to II G is uonc lor tne purpose ot giving burdens this people with 500000 Renshaw one half interest in a candidates and their friends an op- Â¬ McKinley West littltpn of MrV fflO interest bearing debt in bonds SS house and lot on Jcsup Avenue portunity to be heard and at the J T West of Pon died this morn and certificates a rich harvest for The consideration was 400 instance of telegrams from many ingf after an illness of two weeks lhe greed of the syndicates and candidates who have been unable Henry Berry col agcd70ycarsf trusts Not only that but has per- Remember the fiaine died near Casky last Saturday of to reach here mitt imueii me great corporations oi uiu You can save money by ffr f Place tp get your fine Merchant Chairman George said the ques- Â¬ hardening of the liver country to iro comparatively un Tailoring is by Pow right Pants tion as to whether members of the Rev S N Vail wishes to sell liis taxed has refused to coin the silver made for 3fi5 i7 and Suits14 Legislature could serve as officers fine family mare with buggy will sale seniorage now in the vault of the S1520 afterhaving voted for the bill dispose of her at a bargain Pcr iivbiiDMi j nun i ujuitu iiiu itujjvni- Minnie Joplin col died in the which it is alleged created the fectly ofe for a lady to drive jtipn to impose an income tax or to SSSfcy Tuesday and was buried this offices had been discussed but no A daughter of enforce the provisions for that tax SEE HAND BILLS FOR ITEMS Aged 17 years She action had been taken Should Mr J T Johnson near Pon diedj as it now remains alter the decision gfternoon idfeuiof consumption this interlcre the whole slate will Tuesday and was buried in the p the Supreme Court but instead rtiW family burying ground has placed the heavy burdens of ttss Sadie Sypert who was be changed Rev Frank Wallace of Pendle- Â¬ LOST a pair of shoes newly taxation upon the farming and la Â¬ thjrBwn irom a buggy several days ago is recovering from her injuries ton county is a late candidate for soled on Tenth Eleventh or Vir Â¬ boring classes from whom they will ginia streets this side Crabapple gather the means to pay the cost of and will soon be out again She is Chaplain at Frankfort South Trimble is still tipped for pondTuesday afternoon ri - lifr uffrH i MVh T B Mason Return this war and from whose ranks r- - -w VJfWarden here Recent complica to this office have come and always wilt come Elder Duulap col an evangelist tions have started rumors that Sam Springfield Tenn will preach Norman and Eph Lillard may win Saphla Thompson Turned Loose the defenders of our nations honor and independence lis evening at the Mairi trcet Smith pi Bowling Green is now The case of the Commonwealth Mr Chairman and gentlemen I 4ffSJtoriajjfptitchurch J thdkujht to be cinched for War- - against Sophia Thompson col mm in in Pi accept this npnuuation at your MwMMuMwBiiiaMMnMMM iiiiii ii T i i t il j Um fael Everett dauphl atcatEddyvilleu Slates are evl- - charged with stealing clothing hands and pledge to ybit uwl the i ti HIUUUU from another colored woman iuA l JBSlEL 3BW It MBWMJJWiIMlBjDaOHiy- oCMr W A jsvwM l YWteff VJJMK VM wa democrats p this difirict wht IBKLmLLLMSLMK MfcWlMillllMlfjWBMilWIjJIWglllMtigmlJNliiJfjtBBiWiw BBnlllBlMQMMMttlljBt Mofjft guesscr are now at culled in the County Court late ye j tfyer energy jojiU ubiMy I hay in xtjaftiftui fojjip ihlcifFrk Pffe a t terdy alternotfn and diuiMd Vkft dixjfuding th WwtHJfcfi yo Jwnr txroo nni 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