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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h Read rv 1 Tfe 4 l I 1 li n 1 if i l U 1 1 LU u ft Ml 1 1 10 Cts a Wiek fcii Ttrc Daily HOPKINSVILLE w iiiiyiia znitxchimt HEAVY CANNONADING fc muicnung a navai uaiue uu i Eastern Cuba LIVE NHWS On Every Pae r Pact We Set The miTbm VOL 1 NO 55 KYJ THURSDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 30 1898 PEIOE 2 CENTS WARM Weather Aiding The Spaniards In Cuba One Case TENN DEMOCRATS Gov McMillin Nominated For ernor in a Whoop Old Railroad Commission STUFF The Story That Wat BeatciT fThe Transports Witli Troops Hay Have been Attacked by Span and a New Board Nominated J J ish Warships Cape Haytien June 30 Spe Chnttannooga June 30 SpcJ Furious and heavy can cial For Governor Benton Mu cial nonading was heard this morning Millin son Must Wait 1 L bt Nicholas It is still continuing Williams j at this hour Windward Passatre This is the ticket that has been is between Havti and the eastern is chosen by Democrats of Tennessee coast of Cuba through which the in convention assembled The la transnort vessels with troons bors of convention were completed 3Fpass to reacn Santiago this morning at 1230 oclock anui nuist the delegates will return home after Another Ruling Hade Special Roosevelts Rough Riders on Monday-- spending only one day in the con- ¬ Baiquiri June 30 Spec- Frankfort Ky June 30 captured a Spanish spy who was found up a tree taking- notes of vention The Board of Election Com- jiiil the American camp Not for a moment had the uonnj lrriiccfnnrici Imvn mnrln n rMilinnr flinf fe im muv n i lie was turned over to the Cubans who promptly shot him and cut nation of Mr McMillin been unl no nerson holdinir Federal State off his head The spy hadbeen a pacificb certain for thppast two months reounty city or district office is elig of the Second Infantry died to day from prostra- ¬ and the race of the candidates for Sergeant Elwell ible to office of County Election Com- tion caused by the excessive heat The weather ivery hob here arid the Railroad Commission was seta X Many county officers t m Itiissioner much suffering is endured by the soldiers tied when a vote was taken in the PR nave ueen reeuinmeiiueu us r convention in the afternoon on the and their friends are Place indorsement of the- - action of th being- requested to withdraw their Gomez present commissioners in maiung names and recommend personshold-in- Needing Food the recent- assessments on railroad His Men no ollice This must be done telegraph and telephone properties before July 11 the last date on The convention refused to indorse which the board will receive such Special r i Key West June 80 the action by a vote of about twol Vccomendation Thp Cuban leaders have been in- to 6nc and also defeated the pres- formed that Gen Gomezs situation of Wm N ent commissioners by the same fig- ¬ The many friends to Mr will be glad learn he is Johnson ITe has no supplies and is critical ures The test vote was practic up again after an illness of several must soon allow the army to dis- ¬ ally perfect Week him--se- lf perse and let each man save of Sunstroke AI For Railroad Commissioners W Baptist J N McKcnzie T Nt in the Windward Passage off Mole i- The Invasion of Spain Conies 1 HI ready Reported Spy Shot - - to a Dead Halt With Delay Washington June 30 Special The opinion prevails amonjf navy officials that Watsons fleet will not be ready to sail for Spaia within a week or more and may first go to join Sampson to day It is stated on the best of authority that Gen Miles will go to Sa1 tiago soon but only to organize an expedition to Porto Rico and will leave Gen Shatter in command at Santiago a wo k Three Spanish Ships Depart In a Great Hurry from Cadiz A Herald dispatch from Gibraltar Special New York June 30 says The steamers Isla de Luzion Ignacc and Loyola left Cadiz this morning destination unknown It is officially said they went on an im- ¬ portant mission to Porto Rico but this is probably a humbug and they have gone somewhere else in a Tight - are - jSirG - Heavy Guns and Generals Being Pushed to the Front Special The American troops continue Guantanamo June 30 to march ahead and are now within three miles of Santiago Heavy ar- ¬ tillery are being pushed to the front as rapidly as possible Gen Shat- ¬ ter is personally directing the movements of the army from starvation comes from unless help WHOLESEB ARREST TO STRIKE CADIZ some source The Of White Business Men of Lake First Object of soldiers though are still hopeful Sailors arriving here say a sand Watsons Raid City South Carolina Charged With Burning the Post GENERAL GOMliz ing Squadron Will Show the Dons a Thing or two By Shelling Cadeth battery west of Havana on Monday engaged an American ship No From Inside Santiago damagtjv asUlone - office and Murdering the Blanco on Board a German Ship Postmaster J- - - Spaniards Know Were Coming A Record special from Santiago says Special Chicago June 30 the Spanish on the 29th destroyed the railway bridge just north of Morro Castle on the route from Aguadores to Santiago and are build- ¬ ing new entrenchments Spies say the American army can be secu Sp Charleston S C June 30 of Lake Six leading business men A Havana dispatch says Gen Blan- ¬ City S Ciwere yesterday arrested Special Madrid June 30 co yesterday visited the German warship Grelr and had a long inter- ¬ charged with burning the pot Also says the British office and- murdering the colored view with the commander of the naval vessel Consul General Gollam will embark on the Talbot to morrow his con postmaster Baker last February sular powers having expired wi Grand Bali at Cerulean The opening- - ball at Cerulean Wing Foo bpnngs to morrow evening prom ises to be a brilliant affair and will be attended by a large croud May Have Been from this city ClarksVille Lafay and Princeton Special Great uneasiness is felt for Consul ette Paducah Hong Kong June 30 many other places will be well Wildmaus dispatch boat Wing Foo sent with dispatches to Admiral represented An excellent string Dewey at Manila The vessel is now overdue on tfs return trip and as band has been employed to make it was in the path of a tornado it may have been lost J t music and will remainlhroughoutthe - England Withdraws Her Consul Alarnraoohe y lost at Last i J To Block Small New York June 30 PortsMore Small Vessels Sent South Special Genr Erbgn has been ordered to send the armed ferryboats GovRussell and East BostOnthe yacht Arab and the tug Apache to Key West for blockade dutyVqh the South coast of Cuba 5 i n Bought Five NewBoats England Helps Uncle Sahi Manchester England June 30 SpocialIt is reported that the UnitedStatcs have bought five new boats from the Furncss Seylftnd and Wilson line for transport vessels Aboutseven thdusand tons all told -- I Those German Warships -- ti v WK - Still Talking Jun3flCr hout them circle it l Waahiflirton Sneciuli ndinltlhij Uftirg dauti ieruiBfl in the WUjMti A State Department official will to be appveheiidca jfron the gathering qj bu in uijofllcuil idaoJferwodignllciirtiu iyi renh 1 J V Special Washington June 30 The naval authorities are mani ¬ festing the liveliest anxiety to ex- ¬ pedite the departure of Commodore plainly from the streets of Santiago Watsons raiding squadron from Santiago Urgent dispatches were Our Fat Friend Front sent to Admiral Sampson to day to have the Iowa and Oregon fully Gen Takes Command coaled and equipped to report for their new duty before the end of the Gen Shaffer Special With Army in Front of Santiago June 30 present week By that time the reached the front to day and took command He immediately issued Newark as well as the auxiliary orders looking to the occupation of Santiago After conferring Tfith cruisers Yankee Dixie and Yose Gen Garcia he has started to join Wheeler He would not permit Gen mite and the three colliers Scin Garcia to go to meet the Spanish General Pando with his 8000 raea dia Alexander and Abarenda The Spaniards are retreating to Santiago and it is believed that they will probably assemble near the will put up a hot fight when they make a final stand St Paul north of Puerto Rico season Thispopular resort is al States Concord Couple Harry ready enjoying a liberaVpatronage Thence a straight course for the the United The city of Cadiz is advantag ¬ The from all over the country and this Canaries will be pursued Mr Geo Courtney a well knovr season bids fair to be a most pros Naval refrigerator ship Supply eously located from an American young farmer of the Concord aeig perous one in every wayr loaded with fresh meat and vegeta- - point of view for operations of this borhood and Miss Minnie Darin bles will immediately set out for the character Its chief public build ¬ the pretty daughter of Mr Joh C Death Near PilotRock Davis of the same country were rendezvous in order that the sail- ¬ ings and valuable naval establish- married at 830 oclock to nrght Mr James Boyd one of the oldest ors of the fleet may be well fed dur ¬ ment are easily within range of the The wedding took place at Concord citizens of the Pilot Rqck country guns oftheUnitedStates battleships church two miles from the city ia died Monday after a brief illness ing tlicir long transatlantic voyage The the presence of a large number f He was about ninety years and was The department is also arranging and those of the Newark Dixie and relatives and friends of the couple a mostcxceUqnt citizen lie has a to start several fastcolliers across auxiliaries Yankee Doctor Coleman performed the cere ¬ son Mr Logan Boyd living in this the ocean to meet the fleet in the vi- ¬ Yosemite are relied upon in this mony uniting their destiiiicp The remains wgrc laid to cinity of city prevent torpedo Both young people are very popu ¬ mid- ¬ engagement to Gabraltar about the rest in the family bunyng ground toats from approaching too near lar in Concord societyold The bride Todd county dle of July near Tabernacle work is only sjxtcen years It is considered conclusive gthat the battleships and in this rapid Wednesday Mrs BQyd is very they may be assisted by the low and is not expected to survive the main object of the squadron is fire guns already mounted on the A Hovement Against Telepheaes to inflict punishment upon the im colliers Out they go is what the grocery the week ww firms of Henderson say will be done portant city of Cadiz commencc Charged WJth Housebreaking Green River Lodge 1 O O P with their telephones to day That ing with the bombardment of its tlje Pembroke The constable in New officers elected for the next is the purport of a petition which i chain of forts at sunrise some morn- ¬ signed by twenty six grocerymea district arrested Garfield Tandy term col near Fairview Wednesday ing by the Iowa and Oregon and They say they mean business autl Ed J Duncan N G have determined to do away vrita on a charge of breaking open a the destruction of portions of the 13 II Roper V G to city by shelling after twenty four in their respective telephones meat house and appropriating 1 v W C Wright Secretary stores and they have published the Tandy hours notice his use a lot of bacon v petition as a notification to the has been given the Ed Curtis Treasurer was brought here Wednesday aftqr Cumberland Telephone and Tele ¬ of enpr The tenjh cavalry one of the graph Company to come and remove The ilntc idea being by the creation ncfon and lpdirqd in jail of UlQ pxuinining trial has not yet niQUH material damage to show regiments engaged in flip fight at their instruments on the day and Spajn the terrible earnestness of Sevilla is made up of colored men date above mentioned at the l- - Shatter ¬ ¬ ¬ 1 JU 4b tEJ i A M iu mftiAtAini llsiU si xum 0I ff1 j i di -- rv cw 0 0 9-HM Atww wmwrwwM WIWIIMT in be Sails funtucfeianfe iKcBrfH carter fcafirt xa cests tse tsxsx Pes Yct Mr Awiuwee T iMrr i j comsxmE wnsMf-at Atfaarta A great Time Premised Next Meath AtfctsiaGaM Jhb 3fc Atlaata we rrretrariB2- to So boaor to old Ken- tackr in the isost elaborate style at h tbeoopgaia yraad reuoxw Mftuie Coafederale Vetera nTbkh will be held bereoa tbe 20th 21st - THE LAST R0UND tio -- elegant at the Mammoth Clothiog Shoe Cos store Ycfc we have some13argains goods to that are sacrifice Here are a few things hat are attracting attention leaving pur house every day 4 mmps rAk nf clothing shoe3 and furnishing gootlsjis fasisappearinir fr Lu ls Kiasa te Oregoa- were her - PRESS BOVS sa BsibngguilSsdershlriB sold all orer town atdOc The tenth cavalry- Serifla Is s2kr i Ttu l arr Ai- - WiW Gather at Cincinnati Tewlav ck Sic jjroaad oor for the Annual Outing 23d asd23dfcxtnxratb A 25c jlted a room on tbe iTc2Tc Cokml Shirts worth UQ Our Irico the magnificent Hew JQQ - XessHeaTjObeTJotWork Sulrts sold at rQc tTaiti State ThKemtckj Jrv Associativa MreeiL to be headquarters forKenana misis inueeu vritt ateei at the Palace Hotel CSa tHckr Teteraas cuwati O rdair ylrcUAZSl remem we fc where tbe tad via Toledo DfctPit kad Walkv ffederate Tabernacle musical fes-Childreos Shoes and Slippers sold at 125 Our Q5c Weat convention and erTflle Caaadau Tie be held 0 bkub witt be beld at Qwciaaati trrhie will agriculturalbeing what cd at CbicJaiwnt3fcjrfc Childrens Shoes ann Slippers sold at SI CO Our yfjg buildinsr ku equipped with 10400 be 4fctters aad oa ibe teaaer ea rove aboat 32fiSt i pay Tbe Um irill bews at Ciadaaaii This has been Ladies Si 50 KidJfaoes lace and button all toes QQq laftup while tbe speakers stand is S 4M Friday at 3JO oclock ornea the safcs and sizes OurPrice wanB m CStueMb G A 2-- KncaaspaestOw oppwite tbe middle on the west Lijly Brackett Cos f5 00 3Iena Shoes Our jQ CQ Tbe veatbtr a n Price ih aiiUee beaded by CoL W B Me- - ide behind which are seatsfor aw Cuba Uiai anj VVooiens O OK Our Leading Brands of S3 00 Shot all styles Ihh will ifcfee tbe edHerafor s ride distinguished guests will be used by tbe Sons A building Oaj Pric- etnstt awi a which will ead at tfife bSC a carirf wbere there will be served Confederate Veterans asfhead- Gardea Texas drinks qnarters Costa Rica building will Ooresaiaa Sayers o of Te Hbt refresbjaeate aad In our childrens CLOTHING we have made the Tiart ttoe be the Mecca of the Daughters of tbe like wwswaa McMiUi CXY GP same extra BAEGzMiVS Our 450 500 aud 600 1 tlie hoomr t a tbej Confederacy the Government I nMse Uto beigf lines at 300 Our 360 and 400 lines at 200 Mens HsaalaKMis aominatioo for Grremor Tbe Gaciaaati TaESmm and building will be the Confederate If you want the best and cheapest suit you ever bought call by ibe Democracy of bi State Daytoa railroad villbi tbe route hotel where all veterans- who de Goods in proportion always takes to Toledo asd Ce XicboU sire will be entertained free and it in at once as this sacrifice cannot hold on probably be in pes Brofc xill sad Maj Cowaa of tbat rad bare is good enough for Kingjfc- Pennwraod vi the exi arwy corps prorided splendid aceowpdatioo- - srlvania building vill besgeneral 27 reiioenl to leare CWcka At Toledo there will be Wot the headquarters of the reunion the ¬ jHauga tearing Gea- - fade hi com Detroit aad Clerelad kasigatm small auditorium and Georgia JL mand at Cajnp Tfcoaa Conpacys palatial slaasers wait buildings will be headquarters for ing for the KeotacfciajiKl aad as several States of the lattf Confeder A United State registered letter sow as tbe transfer Jb atade from acy while Transportation and and raooey order post office ha sail for Electric buildings wiltbefilled tbe traia tbe 4easr ar been opened at Daiquiri Cuba by 4pp f eibi hours with cots upon which 80O0cfld war p Kerapaer of the Xew Yorfc Detrofi where a HeVe tbe Hiram scarred heroes can sleep ifjthey so will be made prt oSkt Walker Sons Cosipaay will mtet desire of Cana- ¬ ftnirtber aew gmbnariae boat the the party aad aa invasion will 4 The Election Boards A be Kaddk z ba beea girea a feocce- - da will follow Walfcerville aad Secretary Chenault oLtteaState fol trial at Milwaakee Tbee re- - turned over to tbe Keatnckians a thorough inspection of the great el are destined to become a factor Ibe following letter establishment will be finnarai warfare ia the very near Caaadiaa trolley ride ia Detroit will has sent the atade A j j end tbe ay at this point and at panitis in iuc owic June 27 1S95 GentlemenYour 0 Americans hare al- - 11 p m Saturday tbe steamer Uore than ready kM their lires in the war leaves for Mackinac Island arriv- ¬ committee is excepted to meet and with Spain Gustav Weisecke who ing there at 8 a ra Monday July pass resolutions indorsing three fell orerboard from the New York 4 Tbe entire party will remain at persons to serve as Commissioners and was drowned wa one of the Grand Hotel for two days and here of Election of the County Board of tbe literary part of the programme Election Commissioners for your latest county under tne new election law will be carried out f Three Cban killed tbesielve Wednesday morning the start It is the policy of the State Board to eating the firht time they were fed for home will be made and tbe trip give all political parties represen- ¬ Uhy the Americans at Santiago will end at Cincinnati Thursday tation on tbe boardsbutyou are re what has become of all July 7 at 7 p ra Is invited to inspect iny large stock of Spring Dry - Goods Notidns Cloth ¬ quested to indorse none bul men of the Cubans who were fetarriag last Tbe attendance will be exceed- ¬ high moral character men of inEverything new and in all April Hah their condition been ingly large as about 300 will gath tegrity- and fairness You will ing etc before making their purchases improved any by the blockade of er at Cincinnati anu ot tnese please file copy of resolutions with departments Harana aboMt JWf will make the entire me before 10th of July 1893 give w ingthe postoffice address of the The Irvine rifle commanded by journey Mdy-To-We- ar Ifoneoftbe Hopkinsville papers parties indorsed together with CaptParkshave been turned down will represented be their political party affiliations if and refused admittance to Co Col any I am very truly honw regiment because the compa They are Dandies made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH Holiness Camp fleeting C P Chenault Sec ny declined to accept Etbelbert ¬ begin at A camp meeting will At a recent meeting of the Demonephew of the Governor as Carvaso between fclkton and Guth- ¬ cratic Committee in this county the r IN SHOES first lieutenant rie on the railroad July 22 to be committee endorsed and recom- ¬ the prospective conducted by Dr B Caradine It mended three Democrats for ap- ¬ Gen Merritt GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU pointment Messrs J D Ware J Gcnernor General of the Philip- ¬ will continue at least ten days B Walker and J G Childress pines left Wednesday for Manila of Table Talk just sixty days after Dewey blazed In the July issue THE PLACE of the Next Door to Charley Fincher aged thirteen REMEMBER the way for him with his great vic- ¬ tlie tastes and interests housekeeper the home maker and years shot and instantly killed a tory of May 1 These sixty days have brought about seriou compli- - the hostess will find much to assist companion named Otto Covey a boy ¬ cations and it now seem probable them Tbe menus table decora eleven years old at May fieldThe two ¬ of the The Present Crisis that the situaton in the Philip- - tions and many while recipes are were at home alone playing burothers gnen glar fresh and new Fincher had a 32 calibre pines is alout to become complicat- ¬ t to inquiries received must bull dog revolver He was sup- ¬ ed and it is much to be regretted in reply meet the needs of more than the in- ¬ posed to be the owner of the place that the American Government did ¬ not hurry forward 1500 men to en- - quirers because so practical Al and was armed to protect it from THE POST DISPATCH able Admiral Dewey to take and together the little magazine is of burglars Covey played the role of ho burglar and was crawling into the Is tlie Only hold Manila and plant the Ameri- ¬ much aid and value to women desire to keep up with the house ¬ house on his hands and knees in St Louis Paper can flag firmly on the citadel a Possession hold interests and improvements f his chiidish innocence when his a month or more ao companion pulled the trigger of the With Its Own Staff Correspondents is nine points of the law vide the day at all Points of Interest weapon he held in his hand The interference which Rfrvnl and At Havana dispatches tell us that Gen oall entered the Covey boys heart The would have been almost impossible Mr Sylvester Scovol Shafter went ashore one day this killing him instantly Calloway At Madrid e t the next blow be were the American flag flying over week and held a council of war Mr A E Houghton Times becomes comparati vely easy Slanila The delay of a week in landing the At Washington And it will have a telling effect while the cit is still under Spanish 314 pound general was The Leaf Chronicle was pre- ¬ Mr Stephen Bonsai probably ¬ rule AVc are threatened with va- due to the loss of the principal sented this morning with a cigar At New York Mr Morton Watkins rious complications First the lighter used in getting the heavy over thirtv years old It was from The exhilarating effect of the touch of the rebels influenced by foreign coun- ¬ weights ashore In the absence of a box in the possession of Mr Matt fitie old wines and whiskies TUE NEWS OF THE DAT IK sels or inflated by their sur- a lighter they may have construct- ¬ Dunlop which was the property of arms prising success under on the Solar Plexus is a consuntatiou devotedly his father The latter had thcirit r THE POST ed a derrick DISPATCH have changed their tone and ten years jrjor to his death At V to be wished when you have now want complete independence The Press Association will be that time ho quit smoking and this 16 cents a week soven days if de- ¬ livered by agent GO cents a montb Aguinaldo already has issued a met at Cincinnati to morrow by a box was a choice assortment tha if sent by mail It is probable man named Walker and taken on a he had left over The cigar de- ¬ saying circular that I he will invite the ICuropean visit to the town of Walkerville It spite its great age was in fine and you need a pure and Powers to recognize and guarantee is to be hoped that the boys are not shape and smoked all right Its stimulant as N L TIME TABLE the complete independence of the being hardened to use a military shape differs materially from ci- ¬ a There is nothing to equal our TRAINS BOOTH The German policy term for the return trip home Philippines gars of to day Clarksville Leaf No 55 IIopkinBvillo Ac 615 a m is reputed to be one not of friendli- ¬ Chronical No 53 Past Lino 000 a in one the aim of Gov Bradley has appointed Sam ness to Spain but No 51 FnBt Mail 518 p m Long Telegraph Circuit which is to alienate the natives Morrow a son of brother-in-laT 91 N0 Limited 1116 pm The Germans A Morrow and W II Collier a Tho moat widoly separated points No from the Americans TRAINS NOBTU are said to be arming the natives son of Adjutant General D K Co- ¬ between which a telegram can ho sent The bargain being that they shall llier to be majors of the Fourth tiro British Columbiu and Now Zoa No 92 Chicago Limited 986 a m fr demand their complete independ regimentland The telegram would cross No 02 St Lou Es mail 1018am No 56 Hopkinsville Ao 825 p nj ence under a European guarantee North America Newfoundland tho No 45 Fast Line 948 p m Every gambling house in Nash Atlantic Britain Germany Russia yjwd grant leave to the Germans to NAatiTlU AeeoMno4ftl de not tu an l ml their marines the move ol ville has been forced to close its European and Asiatic China Japan IBHQSjr Mnrth bound St LouU b4 20I-30-- 1 of doon by SOUTH MAIN vSTREirr re b ftiiitf hostile tp tlie Awieri tom who Chiefiriven Police Sidcbot Java and Australia It would make irolm hare mil St Louie Mild GblMM m kwHigli IrMM ad Atpw was the alternative nearly a circuit of the globe and So Chit J ani 04a Merrllt will doubtless fMtLfitc MftM onIt iaporlMit tUiteiti Sd Sf 1ft of closhur them or losinir his official would travel ovr 30000 miles In do wcM k to dp wV jud plmferf JanGccoOA ieareCrciwiaii for Macklaac I Hrw mrtw at 4 h narked owapliBsent to ur State vdeeZ M The raad retnKWJ will be held Ut the Eipcitioo grouniSSilhe Con irnthaadwilhoatcollarejaundficd worth COc Scrireaa ELtstic Drawers sold at SIC0 Our - Meas Esaey Colored Shirts soft and Negligee OorPrke QQq n QC g5c gQfj Children Shoes and slippers sold at SltfO Our bsaes Zoical w fa Atbt priI rx -- n Tl J1XJ UlXxllp J1 - -- MAMMOTH SHOE CO IT O LOTHIISrGTremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS ltre JO METZS STORE The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Rtivers THE PUBLIC SEE Our By-the-w- ay t up-to-d- ate Suits Stt wc be Ik Best ill Latest Stjks - Hardticks Right in tie Solar Piexns - ¬ Royal Liquor Gos that Tired Feeling bracer harmless w - ROYAL RYE Royal Liquor Co awvW0i mvr nwwv -- arrive tWr late in July ixAiillL J J had teg fP wtoAtEuilaa fat WTfift fSW t wmw J Sanruel k m m fivrriiit t Mmm Co Biop i 4MitJtjB J -- f4 V imJblMMMMM TTfupiW -- 7 TffTrtp- - v t m JU Hopkinsville Prodtwc Market Cuflb THE RICHEST WOMAN prices niorobants Banls Shoulders t Sidoa paid by Hopkluavlllo - Queen Victorias Wealth and tho Sourcco froni Which It Came Bncon country Lrd Country Produco Theoretically the ruler of Grent Britain receives no compensation bti dJOTo is entitled to what are known as the VG7o hereditary revenues of the crown and 07c they make n curious Inventory In The Kentuckian 1 Year FEBK 21 Ami lite New Mathews ScwlugMncliiiic FOR ONL- Y- 21 C ti10o Suttor Eggs Now fonthors Beoawnx - 1G17Jc H 2528c 182lc 2225 v2Jo Tallow Ginsoug por lb noney Tub washed wool Groriecd 78o 26o 2o 3 liUc GOc 13l8o dozS150l80 Poultry Y chickouB live per Boosters Graia Clover por bushel Com Wheat Com shelled Live Btock fr AHogs Shoop io - 2G03G0 J33B0 Cnttlo Calves4 rv 2504 3G01 G7o 7 Jc Hides mid Furs GreoU hides Greeu salted hides Dry flint Vegetables Now potatoes por bushel Cabbage per bond WatermolonB 1012o 6D7Go 8Gc 2535c 5 Florida Flour Retail Patent pbfcbbl StandardCpor bl S3 75 55c 70c 12Jo nay Clover per cwt Good Timothy Bran retail C Cy Pendletons Face Trouble N Pendleton has tjecr Judge afflicted for several months with an affection of the bone in the upper part of his face Atfirst he thought it was neuralgia and took the prober treatment for that affection It was finally diagnosed as a disease of the bone a much more He will cro tcr serious matter Louisville to morrow to have an operation performed in which the diseased part will be remove Owensboro Inquirer early times almost everybody had to iny a royalty upon His earnings to ns sovereign nonce the origin of that word which is in common use over the world to day In 1830 however Wil- ¬ liam IV mado nn arrangement with parliament which was confirmed by Queen Victoria upon her accession to the throne under which all of tho hereditary rovcnies and the proceeds of the royal estates were surrendered in exchange for a permanent allow ance it was a goou trauo on both sides Tho legitimate revenues of the queen at the present day would largely exceed this sum but on the other hand she is relieved entirely from responsibility and annoyance and knows exactly what she has to depend upon The increase in values and royalties has been so gicat that if she received the fiereditary revenues she would bo worth a great deal more monev than she is to day She would have all confiscated estates all the property of felons and outlaws all wrecks flotsam and jetsam and all penalties and fines collected by the courts but the only rights of this kind that she retains are the so called roy ¬ al fish that is any whales or stur- ¬ geons caught upon the qoasP of the United Kingdom Thus from the time that she was crowned Queen Victoria has been in receipt of an income amounting to about 3000000 a year From this she pays all the expenses arid salaries 5f her household charities pensions and other charges imposed upon tho sovereign be thoy more or less She has 300000 per annum for pocket money of which no account is ever asked The salaries of her household amount to about 600000 and the other expenses to about 750000 per year 00000 is given to her for bounties and alms and 90000 for annuities and pensions In addition to this the other members of tho royal family receive annuities amounting to idem Ilia 11 arm Sewing Machine With all tho latest in proveinonts Tho host Machino for the monoy ovor innnufact urcd liuiBt War News itoftirtafumi i i Light running noisoloss 8implodurablo Every Machino warranted 10 yearB A S50 Machino for for 121 and freight prepaid Cash must accompany al oiders SPECIFICATIONS The Head Ts Ave and one half Inches high and eight and one halt inches long Inside measurement This Is as high ns any family machino mado and must not bo confounded with the medium or so called high arm machines The bead plato sots into or level wlthi tho table The Ncedlq Is straight self acting Hat on onoslde and cannot bobct wrong Tho Shuttle Is open on the end cjllndor ihapo and absolutely self threading Tho Bearings Aro all steel well flucl and adjustable SelMlncadlng The mnchlnols self thread- ¬ ing and no hole to put tho thread through except tho eyo of tho needle Tho Feed Is positive In action and has no jprlngstogetnut of order Automatics Bobbin Winder Will wind tho oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread ThoStltch Is double lock stitch Tho same on both sides and will not ravel Can bo lengthened or shortened iom eight to thirty ¬ SWIUllUb ThoTension Is a llat sprlng tension and adjustable to all sles of thread Hand Wheel Is nloklu plated and has a loose wheel attached to operato bobbin winder without lunnlng machine I ho Movement Is tho celebrated cccentrla movements posltivo in action and fewor work ¬ lO IHU 1I1CU Tho Stand Haslaiuo balanco wheel hancs on two adjustablo centers Tlieticndlo islarne anu naugs in cono centers ana 11 lost motion cm bo taken up asters under eoli ond and can baeasily moved A nice dress guard ovor MlltllQ lltll UUJ UlUUHlllU UU wheel to keep dres3 from bcUIiir onlwhcol AttQohjt fiits Are tho famous Johnsons set In a tin bo nml consists of tucker rufllor fourlicmmers blniler qulltcr foot liommcr una feller under braider and sheerer oil can and oil two crow drivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb screw guago and book of directions The Furniture Is well mado highly pol ¬ ished and oloRant in appearance All these machines will be sent out with oak furniture unless walnut la specified Kaoh machino has a lock to tho drawers and cover nice nickel plate drop rings to all drawers All machines are well packed and crated itKAD OU1C QUAKANTEE Th New Mathews Machino Is warranted 10 years final date of purchaso and thirty days trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction Is not ghen tho machine may bo reshlpped to to us at our expenso and the money paid us will be lrf unded promptly Under this guaranteo you run no risk what- ¬ ever in purchasing tho Now Mathews Maohlne You hae thirty days trial of it In your own home and if for any reason you should wish to return the machino it may eo shipped to us at our expense and the money will bo refunded All communications regarding tho New Mathcw- Machino should bo addressed to - HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub scribe for papers away from home to get tho latest and most reliable war news ¬ ffl H The Daily m I i Kentuckians Telegraph ervice Is now equal to the best and covers ail matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and every department of the paper is supplied with a 1UG 1UI ftUl CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky The Marshall County Sensation Judge Hubands sentenceel Noah Franklin convicted of the murder of Daisy Sullivan of Brfensburg in the Marshall circuit court at Ben- ¬ ton last Saturday afternoon to a life termin the penitentiary Franklin asked for an appeal and he was given sixty days in which totakeit If failure is made to take the appeal after the expiration 01 Sixty days he will be conveyed to the penitentiary to serve out his sentence Padifcnh Register queen receives about 150000 a year tions accompanies ovory machine which she has no need to touch at all Iu making your remittance we prefer postoffice monoy order registered and probably invests in bulk as fast as lottor express monoy ordes or Now York Echaugo Individual chocks unit comes to her This income of it ¬ less certified to will not bo received self since she has been upon the throne with interest would aggre ¬ jK P TURNEY SAM BOYD gate 40000000 ¬ She has received several large legacies In 1852 James Camden Nicld bequeathed to her majesty an estate -- Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine This machine is manufactured with tho view of supplying a long folt A Modern High armyjiirst cIiph Sewing Machino with all lato svaut to wit improvements and of first class matoriarand good workmanship including 805000 From the duchy of Lancaster the tho best and latest Attachments at areasouablo prico A book of instruc¬ amountingtoabcut4000000yhicli pays a large revenue In 1S77 Mr C M Ncwhouso left her several hundred thousand dollars in his will and she has received a number of other less valuable bequests from loyal subjects and admirers who have no direct heirs These bequests to the queen public arc more numeious than the has knowledge of and the utmost cap- ¬ BOYD TURNEY Proprietors tion is exercised regarding their acceptance lest she may be involved in litigation or notoriety Several large ThisJumouB health and plcasim iiHortthe oldest iu Western Kentucky estates have been declined in ordcrto is situated on tho Ohio Valllloy brm U of tho Illinois Ooitril railroad 10 avoid contestsin tho courts with rela- ¬ tives who thought they were entitled miles from Ilopkinsvillo and U nnl from Princeton A Young Preacher Weds A few years ago her to the money Rev Win P Dickev unci Miss majesty had a very narrow escape An Georgie Ingram were married at old Scotch bachelor bequeathed to CERULEAN SPR INGS TRIGG COUNTY KY- news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky ¬ I in ti M ¬ Daily delivered In the city 10 Cls Per Week Gerhart Mr II the residence Clarksville Wednesday evening Rev A U Boone performing the ceremony After remaining here a week or more Rev Dickey and wife will go to Arkansas where he takes charge of a Presbyterian cliurch The groom was a student at the Southwestern Presbyterian University several years ago grad- ¬ uating this month from the theolog- ¬ ical department Clarksville Times of C -- These Are Stirring Times If tho Freueh ministry wants to attract attontiou theso dayB it will havo to do something moro novel than From tho Philadelphia Press resign pounds eral hundred thousand bharcs of a hank invested in the which two or three years later Sulphur and Chalybeate WiUi iu Abuudanco Six traiiiB daily and fniln1 with n tremendous crash and It Reduced Rates Piist Class Italian Band Employed for tho 3eason Jinbilitiqs of nearly SGOjbOOOOO was then disclosed that only 15 por AIMrite cent of tho face value of the shares ¬ had been paid in and the stockholders were immediately hsscssqd 5 per cent of their nominal holdings to meet tho obligations of the institu- ¬ tion Had it not been for the caution and foresight of Kail Sidney Queen Victoria would havo accepted this legacy and been tho losor instead of tho gainer by several million dollars Will have a few choice sumnierpattern on display William Elcroy Curtis in Chautau quan MAY her a fortune amounting to sev- ¬ NOW OPEN For Rates Hotel ccommodatcms Unsurpassed Kentti 212 SAlain Bids Tele 99 2 RATES BY MAIL Daily One Month - Daily Three Months - 35 lOO fl THE LEADER 4 See hum before buying Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition 1 400 yr 200 -- Her Name Wont Be Hud From tho Burlington Gazette Missouri bello named Mudd is to marry a man uamed Clay This shows tljutiaho is progressive anyhow A A Fatal Mistake JteraWEDNESDAY The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages arc illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained Piece tie Resistance Wall street men havo organized a luncheon club Tho favorilo IihIi will bo liunb From tho St Paul Globo Chicago debating society recently When is discussed this quostiqn tho happiest day of a mans lifo tho day ho is murriod or tho day ho is divorced Tho word Chiokamaugalikoa great many other proper names of pluccB in this country in of Iudian origin A Yes madam it is a fatal mistnko to neglect your teeth 1 lost a great deal of moncythroughnn oversight of that very sort I had a rich unclo who promised to mnje mo his heir lie went to sea During a suddon storm ho fell overboard aiul a shark at once grabbed him My undo was a stout man the shark- - was old Moreover ho had never faken care of his teeth and they wore wretchedly poor In short hocouldnt hold on to my uncle who kicked himself loose from the man eater and was picked up by a boat But how did you lose the money My uncle lvcd qng enough le al tor his will Ohiflmt neglectful sharkr Cleveland Plain Dealer Mahlla aJroomlnctice liWirtTTnTrrtriw FliURETTE LEVY V Subscribe Now And Get The News Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office in Iho Ken tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 Address ¬ -- f w antmmwmwmmmmmmwmro5 Dont Do a Thing I 2 L I ijntil yon have seen my new line of imported sE SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS guarantee QU VLITY STYLE and WORKMAN- SHIP the best that money can secure I 3 E5 r M The honeymoon often puds with It is said jhoFManila has tho largest cigar factory in the world tho bridegrooms last quarter Is that so Then thatrnakcS two Mr John Showars niT ehftftfadu of Iho largest things in tho world Unit ofSkelbyYilla Mwil Manila has w iMir Whats the other A colored military oampimj Tho largest eulnnnrlno fleet of ixjou formed nt WiDohwter rMpV Chicago Daily New i- J JE jp 5 ulias - X JL Totjill Tailor j It fa n lam Publisher No 14 South Main ii mm kJ HOPKINSVILLE KY -- nOsC -- OlOv1 KEilira iu bSrwSmham CIRCUIT COORT MATTERS MORE THAN ENOUCB I MWOVEM U the CMtybeatc mt ebrec Twenty wo Recruits Wainig Next Terra Wedtfaf of -- a Popuiir Young I wish to inform the people of Hop- For EftHsfeKfli Bfaakiaw jt Couple tfeis Morning kinstille and all others wbo wjsh Tfcte i the lait weak of Oram to Tisit at Sebree Spriafac that y days CoBrt ad tbe resnaiaia t er t bousisnow opea M fee takea p ffith tbe trial ofi 3 Large Number f Cemmwtwealtb Cases Continued Until the frmfs rmm 1 A rtepkinsvllie BelJe Captured by swifts tA little kupwtaace to tbe 1fli geaeral put a Young Blue Grass Coun ¬ of Fraak Lewie aalnstj la the ty Official a dirortc wan Lizzie ht Allegation A- - mtw it u nAAWlcta ta the 11 recruitK Ih the cae of C BKifragainit Oae of the tamt quiet hmt ekgaort J IL Kwgler etc TA 3 Davis ye named yesterday tbe following sjdeiy erent that ba taSiea Ja Cijver filed hi fisal report which nillliMil min nme tin ihic nffr- thlfc aoa i HpjViwtTilJe was tbe wa coarmtd recelVer wa dis- - nrrm on the L C train and arc A Berry charedaadcbecaifctp is a stricken Availing to enlist From Union- arrlage of M r L Cfcrfc A Vitrtd frosi tbe docket town Will Ned Medley IL 3L o VertaHlcs Circuit d Ilia Fannk Sweets WV Crabb ford Vcomtr Ja Phelps 3L W Davis aad J Medley E Brarihara dzuotr rf Pr and W Riky were eictted horn the B A Hodgins Geo Hodgins Jesse wWch idk serv tee as jurors at this term 31usea Chas Mussen TTS Teare llr Ja G-a Foriy ifae Coumon wealth caes R W Woisfer From Cadiz Jesse Uk urfde pfocealtiKrVxerf Tbese make --22 who Virginia ireet at o 4a thife were cwiiaed wttil the next term Spiceiand feeia j performed f court j sjj the ceremony Kearly all of them were are awaiting examination when on- o the caes where indictments were lr 15 arc needed by Elder IL V Smith paor dtrwtias church f tbfe citr CapL Atkinson has telegraphed found at tbe present terns of court attendants were Robert L Commonwealth Cot Smith that he can bnng 50 The On motion of the 3faster Cow the indictment against BiHDiuguid men if they can be usedT As this Siowt of Veraill mldktpaer of Woodford county ad for obtructis a public Jihway is the last recruiting-- station vit is possible all of the boys inayiget in MiLkla Belie Dwaldw of this was dinifred cify iadtctraeat against Jim The blanks have not dome yet The Osly a aal drcie of relative Voley charging obstruction of a and evervthintr is at a stand Kiill friend were present at ditch on the public hjghtfay was They are expected ffomFrank- and awny after which the coup ¬ similarly dijpoedJ tbe cert fort to night le atteaded by friend were driven Vt Restoration of Wages to the EouisriiSe 2ah vHe de¬ PERSONAL GOSSIP pot where they took the 9 35 train President Milton H Smith of tbe hooe Louisville for theibeaatif Hi BlaeGra Nashville railroad 3Ir Jas Clardy of Bell iff here where Wednesday eat out of tbe groom at Verailk no to day i tbej are expected to arrive at tice of the restoration otone half of jofLaiayette teveoclock this eTeaing the reduction of salaries made in Dr Edwin Garner ¬ Ofl Vfednefeday evening a recep August lc3 The notice follows is here on business to day Jw tion wa gtren to the bridal party Louisville Sc Nashville Railroad Rev Israel Joiner of Bafayette afwhich the following jpiest were OSce Presidents OSce Louis ¬ is here to day present ville Kr July 1 1893 Notice is Prof S F Erabry of TJerndon Mifett Lida Belle DonaldKW hereby given that taking effect this is spending the day in tfiecity Annie SoMthon Jennie Winfree date one half of tbe reduction in Judge Willis Reeves ofJElkton Let Fairleigb Lizzie Gaither the wage of officers and employes is attending court here to day Mabel Valker of Ver¬ made as a per circulars dated Au- ¬ satile Mrs E D Screen Ver ¬ gust 7 and 14 1S93 not heretofore Mr John 3IcPherson vyenfover sailles Mrs Gus Branson 0en restored is restored and the re- ¬ to 3Iadii onville this morning to D Sraiih boro Mrs H mainder will be restored on Jan- ¬ spend a few das irijrir rTtitiiiJfc jMesn Robt Stout Versailles uary 1899 By order of the Board Sirs Br TW GardinerTJias re Walter Wood Harry Br an Jno of Directors turned from a visit to relatives in T Edmands Jno G Ellis C E M IL Smith ESl 31adisonrille prave D W Kitchen Rev If D 3fr Ed Wilkins a weUjScnown Reception Committee Smith and Dr Preston Thocia Fairview farmer visited rthe city v Refreshments were served with All who are interested or are HfJ JMie Jean McKee and Mary workers in Christian Endeavor this morning Andcrfcin prewdin at the frappe work and expected to attend the 3Irs Nisbet of TrentonJhas ar-¬ rived on a visit to her sisterMrs fables c01110 great International Conven- ¬ tion at Nashville July 6 11 are Forest Ellis fn Memory of a Noble Life cordially invited to meet in the Sun- ¬ DMessers Jno T Edmunds and Our dear friend Charlie Ander- ¬ son departed thi life only a few day School room of the Cumberland Jas O Cook went down to Cerulean fdayk ago We miw him greatly Presbyterian church Friday lstof this afternoon from our midfct While we feel sure July at 8 oclock p m Let us have Mrs E L Foulks who has been thdt Charlie found Heavens gates a large attendance visiting in Ashley 111 for the past M B DeWitt of peace ajar and has been num- ¬ three weeks is expected to return Chairman Reception Committee home this afternoon bered with Gods chosen whom we knovare always perfectly happy City Court News Mr G H Major merchant at and free from care and disease In the City Court tbe case of L Howell has recovered from his re- -- still we shed tears of deep regret cent illness and is able to be in the charged with liquor ithat hii gentle voice is hushed his Bellinebriate was selling and to¬ city to day called dis l5nd ministering presence is gone an missed Miss Bessie Waller who has None knew him but to love and A D Jones Co who were fined been on a visit to her aunt Mrs - honor him He was of tbe truest f manhood A kind affec- ¬ 550 and cost in each of two cases Dr Chatten of Earlington has re- ¬ v tyP6 tionate dutiful son a devoted hus- ¬ yesterday on a charge of selling turned home band and father a staunch friend liquor to a minor will likely take Mr Claud Roberts who has been an appeal and a true christian here several months returned to Our deepest sympathy is with his his home at Ferguson Logan coun- ¬ Who Are They sweet girl wife his father mother ty Wednesday atternoon sisters and brother who were all so The President sent the following Miss Nora Mitchell who has been nominations to the Senate Wednes- ¬ devoted to him day To be Captains in the Sixth visiting her sister Mrs I D Um sorrowing ones Remember IkeT Jobe of ble left this afternoon for her home God so loved the world that he regiment infantry that gave His only son that our souls Kentucky and Wm 13 Penny of at Marion Miss Harriette Long returned to might be saved Then we should Kentucky b reconciled to the departure of a nopkinsville yesterday morning HERE AND THERE after a two weeks visit to Miss laved one when we know that his Susie White Cadiz Telephone soul is with his God who gave it Waxtkij To buy a load of Clover Let Gods will be done and he will Mr Walter A Wilson and fam- ¬ Hay apply at this office give you consolation and peace for ily have returned to Hopkinsville I have a couple of cheap family after a visit to friends here and at He doeth all things well C II Lavxe A devoted friend and former horses for sale Wallonia Cadiz Telephone Next Monday is County Court tcaeiicr E W Miss Katie McDaniel Mrs J B day Quarterly Court meets July Richards Mrs Morton Mrs Brow Stamps for Telegrams nell and Miss Hille who went to the Mr Jcsht R Rives of the Postal 8th Rev S N Vail wishes to sell his mission meeting at Franklin re- ¬ Company and Mrs W P Randle of the local Western Union oflicc fine family mare with buggy will turned to dav have received instructions that will dispose of her at a bargain Per Mr W Rob Show of Cadiz Js for a lady to drive he pf interest to all who use the fectly now clerk at the Cerulean hotel LOST a pair of vhoes newly wires for sending messages In Brief the sender of any message is soled on Tenth Eleventh or Vir He is a very Tpopular young man ¬ coujpclled to put on the message a ginia streets this side Crabapplc and the selection is a most excellent one one cent stamp or the name can pondTuesday afternoon Return Dr C II Tandy returned to day ntt be handled The new law goes to this office from Paducah where he acted as into effect to morrow and the offices Mr Lloyd IJ Fitzhugh of Paris best man at the wedding of Mr will be supplied with necessary Texas a cousin of Gen Filzhugh Harry Tandy and Miss Elizabeth stamp by thaf time The stamps Lee and Miss Juliette Menzies a The marriage was a tie cancelled by the senders granddaughter of the late Governor Segcnfelter very brilliant affair in every way stamping or writing thereon the Alvm P Hovcy were married at initials of his name and date upon Mt Vernon Tnd Tuesday Attention 1 0 0 F which the message is sent Damage Suit On Trial You are requested to attend at A 0 U W Officers Elected for The damage suit of W T Bonte your lodge room Friday July 1 for the Ensuing Term vs The New Era Printinir and installation of officers and other im- ¬ Ed J Duncan M V Publishing Company is on trial portant business Be on hand J 13 Anderson Foreman J P Roper N G The suit grows out of the drainage C A Jones Overseer W C Wkiojit Sccy ol tiiezwastc water irtmi the New A Nixon Guide - The case Era buildingwas sub T Remember the flaine K F West Recorder mitted tp thfc jury just before We W JB Wright Received Place to gel your fine Merchant went to prts Ja A Lon J W Tailoring js by Fowrlght lant t rfr Andrew Hall lu back froi a mM foe 3 IS 7f and Suitl4 L 0 W trip to the Atlanticoast ft r JtitV t rraaied aft Lei of fceve In on the 1 C Twrfii at 2 p rn i wneia - AiKO- ing repairs to visitors atjftber- more that I hate special arrange ¬ ments with train No 52 going north to stop regularly at the springs to accommodate visitors 3Iy rates range from S3 to S7 per week Children under ten half price Address G L Duir Sebree Springs Ky BASEBALL SPECIAL Men and Women withX f- - W Small - a Brka Y3fff A SmsS V m 5KSOTTS OF YESTERDAYS GAMES Louisville 4 Baltimore 3 Chicago 12 New York 4 3 Washington 2 Cleveland 3 Boston 0 Cincinnati 9 Philadelphia 8 Piltsburg4 Brooklyn 3 HOW THEY STAND St Louis - wr Clubs Cincinnati Boston Baltimore Cleveland Chicago Won 40 37 34 36 35 33 Lost PC 22 23 Can get shoes and oxfords to fit them for next nothing We are overloaded on Mens sizes 5 i 2 6 6 6 1 2 and 7s and Indies sizes 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 and 3s in all grades of shoes to 5 i -- fhe--offici- -- Pittsburg New York Philadelphia Brooklyn Washington St Louis Louisville - 29 26 23 23 21 20 23 23 26 27 30 29 34 38 645 617 5 610 Worth 2 to 6 574 550 491 473 404 377 339 323 -- WILL BE SOLD AT- - 41 42 50C TO VEsy sAftv v r vvvi vaistt ftjax v i 100 r SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY - Jira-taie-fEt- tia Baltimore at Louisville Brooklyn at Pittsburg Washington at St Louis Boston at Cleveland Philadelphia at Cincinnati New York at Chicago TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Corrected Dally By Ilea Kavrllni Ilaaker and Broker Hopklecvillr Ky Chicago Market To Day I W uiMw fsiZ yfassu The Daily Keniuckian 400 PER YEAR Opg 72 68 31 32 20 9 62 5 47 5 40 j Higt 74 69 j Closing 79 73 Cash Wheat July Wheat Sept Wheat July Corn Sept Corn Sept Oats Sept Pork Sept Lard Sept Ribs - 68X 31 32 33 ji 32tf 20 20 9 75 9 65 5 45 5 50 5 42 5 45 69 Sept wheat puts 69tf calls Ken- York I Stocks and Cotton -- Opg 1 19 HigV Closing 6 16 Aug Cotton 6 15 Am Tob L N Manhattan Sugar Coal AVheat I 20 Chicago Gas 97X Q 1 04 C B 99tf 1 05 52 1 1 04 1 1 33 25 Iron Chicago ItecelpU 52A 04 34 26 To day 6 10 1 19 98 1 05 51 1 04 1 32 25 Heres hMw S 5 Cars 418 Cars Corn f 198 Cars Oats Kutlmnted ItecelpU To morrow Money For You GREAT SALE 0F Wheat Corn Oats Uog Market 15Cars 460 Cars 180 Cars V Ob W ifc V Light Mixed Heavy Total Clearances All Forts 372 375 380 REMNANTS Tomorrow u Wheat and Flour Exp 783i000 bus 35000 Hogs 33000 Head Hogs 35 000 d ay Hogs To 33000 Hogs To morrow Sough 375 se jJJndPKtW T7wi Seems as if consumption always picks out the brightest and best Remnants Domestics Ginghams Fully one sixth of all the deaths that occur in the world are caused by consumption Many things wero once considered impossible It would bo Linens Sheetings Dress Goods SilksEmbroideries strango if medical science did not Etc in greater profusion that ever before mako some progress Tho telegraph and telophouo thy phonograph the electric light all were ouee impossible Bar The great sale throughout our stock goes merrily on and ouce impossible to cure consumption That before tho timo of Dr gains are runinng wild here as they never run before your Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Taken according to direction this chance to buy shoes and dry goods at next to nothing figures etanuurd remedy will cure va per cent of all cases of consumption Consumption is caused and fostered by impurity in tho blood It is cured by purity and richness in the blood Buroly certainly cured by the Aled ipal Discovery It builds up solid healthy flesh and vigorous stronglh Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Advisor a 1008 pago medical work profusely illustrated will be soul free on receipt pf 21 one cent stanjijjtfo cove poetags only Address WJmW DlepeuMry Medio AseoeiUoiiBtif falo NY Prints ¬ ¬ Its ¬ mm Mrs Lease has moved from Kanaas to Oregon vjAvZU a f IMMirilSITIi- f1 f W iir V ii r home ST J viiViJ P V 4 - 1