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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wf Read M Ci irV J 6v rTf WMWWJJ US the DailyMucliii 10 Cfs Week NO VOL 1 56 Kv Tbe Daito tnimhinn UP LAND AND SEA On iifaw LIVE NEWS Jo Every Pap We Set The Pace v HOPKINSVILLE KY FEIDAT AFTERNOON JULY 1 1898 PEIOE 2 CENTS -- I i A In a Balloon Looking Into the Forts I I SHIFTERS PUNS Will Surround Santiago Before Great Battle Raging in 4 Cuba ne btriKes iir Since CHASE CAIMRA S 7 Oclock Todav m Scouts Iniong Ihe filoflds Ex OptUJj sThat Seems to be the Latest ial When Maj Gen Shatter gives Plan For Watson General Engagement Between the signal the American troops vvill Entire rush upon Santiago from the north fe westy the northeast the east and Land and Naval Forces on Both Sides The Spanish Fleet Without Coal Bie southeast on every side except and Uncle Sam Bulling the where the water of the bay cuts offi -- 20000 Americans 5000 A Spanish correspondent cables the Special New York July 1 v jSr His- - Route Market Along retreat Qsw Ml Journal from Santiago this morning Steadily and considering thi Fight Cubans in Four American warships bombarded Manzanilla yesterday and did difficulties encountered with re much damage to the batteries The Spanish replied compelling the markable rapidity the American New York July 1 Special is believed that the troops have been moved to thejrj The Herald savs Commodore Wat- to retire oneShip being disabled It Americans rrs k XT fr wasnmgton juiy i Americans learning that Gen Pando had left hoped to land enough men positions i ne war department nas special and at last Majj son will leave under orders to pur- to take Manzanilla Gen Shaffers disposition of his sue camaras squadron if it takes t received the following telegram The Americans are using a captive balloon to ascertain the nature army becomes clear When tha him to Manila His vessels must Near Sevilla July 1 An action is now going On The fir- of the fortifications in and around Santiago last regiment gets into place whicfr be captured or destroyed As the ing at this hour is onIy ight and desulory It began on the by thistimef original plan was to harass the jght neflr CmQy hy Qen Uwtons division has probably occurred He will move on the Spaniards in Santiago will be Spanish coast towns this appears the northeast part of Santiago Profiting by Will keep you advised of the surrounded by an impenetrable iu uc ti uuny i ui jnu uac VsUiuui ti progress of the fight is still Port Said unable to jret Fortifying Still More wall of Americans and Cubans coal it Washington July 1 SpecialOnc oclock dispatch from stretching from northwest around Two colliers said to be British Key West July 1 Word from the Havana blockade is the city and South to Morro Castle Special Col Allen of the Signal corps Â¬ to the effect that the work on the fortifications is being rushed Work- Â¬ The extreme right of the American loaded deep with fuel had been en Fighting at this hour is now going on furiously Heavy to meet the Spanish fleet in men can be seen throwing up sand batteries and mountain guns A line is belt by Gen Kent Gen gaged large blockhouse has been built at Cabanas and others- are being built Carcia is with him Wednesday the Red sea Unfortunately for the batteries are firing on both sides and the battle is raging with de- Â¬ at Marieh Batteries west of Havana will not allow ships to come within evening there were at El Caney plans of the Madrid ministry it Admiral Cerveras fleet in the harbor is for the coal until the increasing iierceness range They have fired over 100 shells at our ships witlfitTtfielast ten fiye miles northeast of San- Â¬ ferred paying xlays but none did any damage and still pushing to question whether Camaras ships taking part in the fight and his guns are firing on our troops tiago A number of Americans and Cubans wounded in the battle the west As they move for- Â¬ would succeed in getting through be- Â¬ the canal had been settled ward Gen Wheeler closes up Powder Can in Coal have already been brought back from the front Admiral Samp- Â¬ hind them and fresh troops coming Meanwhile thisgovernment heard of the bargain with the colliers and son is co operating with the land forces and is firing on Alorro up from Sevilla fill up the gap be Spy hind Wheeler while other troops made a proposition for the pur Â¬ of Spanish The Vesuvius is using her dynamite guns to throw chase of the coal on them As Castle stretch out to the left toward Morro ChesterPa July 1 Special A can of powder weighing seven spot cash was better than Spanish earthquakes into the enemy and is doing fearfnl execution imandone half pounds was found in a consignment of coal supposed to The roads have been greatly promises the offer was accepted lavebecn pi acpd there by a Spanish spy with the intention of blowing up proved and the artillery is coming and the coal now belongs to the The engagement is general all along the line and has been since up at a better rate but no siege Troops are engaged from near Morro to a point American warships coaling from the supplies here v United States It is the inten- Â¬ seven oclock ti guns had been mounted up to Wed tion to hold it in the Red back Of the city 1 The fighting still continues nesday evening Sea for the use of Commodore Wat Â¬ Too Good Be Gen Shaffer has informed the Special The battle now in Washington July i 3 p m sons squadron when it passes War Department that he will atCanal on its chase Carranza May Be Captive tack as soon as he completes his through the SuezAgents of this gov Â¬ progress is a general assault by land and sea It began this morning after Camara at seven oclock Gen Lawton advanced and after a hot fight occu- Â¬ preparations and that ernment are buying coal and other ls Special Washington July It is believed in some circles that will not reach him in time oclock p m Firing still supplies at places along the route pied Cabana a suburb of Santiago at Carranza Spains chief spy may now be a prisoner in the hands of the and wherever continues fiercely along the line to the Philippines United States Secret Service t She Is Now Mrs Ellis v July 1 MUs uis are macie oy bpanisn agents Lexington Ky While Shatters forces have surrounded the citv Sampson has Harriet Bainbridge Richardson better terms will be offered by bombarded the remaining forts at the mouth of the harbor Are Ready who did not ensten the battleship those reoresentinir the United The Cubans are fighting with great gallantry and are in the Kentucky and who raised such a sQ thatCamara wiU have a Citizens of Santiago de Cuba storm about the ears of Secretary pretty hard time making his voy- - thickest part of the battle Nine more Cubans wounded have just Z Long because he appointed Gov A Record special says It may not be Bradleys daughter sponsor for the age at a fair rate of speed and will been brought back Chicago July 1 Special necessary to bombard Santiago Refugees report that citizens desire ship was married yesterday to perhaps be obliged to delay for Telegraphic and telephone connections have been established to surrender ijie city if an opportunity be given them to capitulate be Â¬ James Tandy Ellis the young Ken- Â¬ ome time until colliers sent from from the camps to the cable station held by the American ships The fore artillery is used tucky poet a former suitor who de Â¬ Spain overtake him fended her in her course regarding battle has now been raging for eight hours and the fighting is still to christening the big battleship Jake Rowc in a Smash up strong and furious The Americans hold advanced positions Movement Planned for Yesterday The marriage ceremony took Mr J E Rowe and wife had a place at the home of her sister Mrs Gen Shatter is in personal command narrow escape yesterday from ser- Special Santiago July 1 Limestone Gen May Have Attacked Innes South Dean Lewis and was Ioub injury by the running away ot of the troops investing the city He arrived yesterday mounted on a qfChrist performed by 1 II1IIIUV horse il 1111 the total large bay horse The imposing figure of the bulky general on the back Church Cathedral xney lett at u their Siboney Cuba July 1 Special It was reported yesterday that wreck of the vehicle They were ot the huge animal created a great impression upon the men and attract Â¬ vGenSh after intention to mrilrr a demonstration against the Spanish po- - oclock tor an Eastern bridal trip descending a steep hill near Ccn- - ed thousands of soldiers and Cubans to the beach to get the close view of The wedding was a quiet affair sition west of San Juan Cuba yesterday afternoon tertown in Ohio county when the him only relatives and close friends be Â¬ harness broke and the horse ran Bbed wire fences in which the Spaniards appear to place great ing present for some distance overturning the reliance as a means of defense guard the entrenchments on the land aide Not Heard From vehicle and browing both occu- Â¬ of the city The openings in these barriers number six and each of An Opinion From Purls pants violently to the ground Be Â¬ Is guarded by a strong force of Spanish troops The yond a few bad bruises and a se Â¬ them Special London July 1 Gen Linars the Spanish commander appears to think that his Still Overdue Manila Mails Paris correspondent says a vere nervous shock neither were barbed wire barriers will hold the Americans in check while his guns s Mes Â¬ pour a withering fire into their ranks and smash the lines These Special A Japanese- - cruiser that arrived member of the cabinet has ex- Â¬ seriously hurt Owensboro Ilonir Koutr July 1 to day reports that the American transports had notlarrlved at Manila pressed the opinion that Spain can Â¬ senger fences have been used with greater or less effect against the half naked June 27th 1 Cuban insurgents but there is a surprise in store for Gen Linares when not resist much longer4 To qen Kings Brigade he expects them to hold back the advance of the Americans Reported via Madri- dNine Persons Drowned These fences will be destroyed in a very few minutes The Amen In a lettqr to relatives in this city says the Clarksville Leaf cans knew of the use of barbed wire by the Spaniards and the invading Special New Orleans July 1 army is well supplied with strong wire cutters which will make short Col Childcrs states Another Spanish Victory Nine persons were drowned near Chronicle Tennessee haB been that work A the wire barriers as the First White Castle yesterday signed to the brigade of Gen Chas -Madrid July dispatch from An Impartial y King better known as Capt Chas Th Opening Ball To Nlrfit SanUHjfo ny tbw Through of American forager fJl jnto tm wn- Ganiara The opening ball at Cerulean King author of many delightful ffyrlnfavwiU Held to night and atmy stories They expect to leave A dispatch reports that Camuraa Madrid July L Special Jp th bombarAmeof oC MititfUnillo on Auenaan ship Vf a ai- - Ilopltionville wiU be welkrcprs from San Francisco for Manila in ileet hm left Port Said Efypt and is passing through the Suez Canal about twp wka I Mcntd ft wie n one Bpnnih private wouoJ amining the I of Santiago es den Linnrs Will be Cut Off from Retreat and Will be t Un 4IU11U11 Captured V4l ntiU VUUll Lir J UIJ tl 1 4 oJ - FIGHTING CONTINUES the 1 and -- the V I 1 1 - m DelaySpan ish - a fork a Â¬ i 4 SJT Â¬ Â¬ to True Â¬ a 1 I to Surrender I i Shatter i - 4 - h Transports - at - A -- V jjUi iorf7p4rty Starts 1 iW tZi iv c r V V a PLAfPOKM Hen- - XEbe SDaii Per Month w Advance Per 3 Montus in Advance funtucfcia 85 DEMOCRATIC MMM E Sunday by Delivered PuUttwA ercrr evening except OKAS M MEACKAM 212 S Main Resolutions Adopted atth ty carrlem to all Jiatts of tbeyltyyat r l derson ConventJW 10 dsxrrs psx wxxx i iI i ii JV SV l MfMHMM Wtk PL- - i 1 f f Democrats STJuscnrPTiox 100 Pen Week kates Peh Yeau jk Advance POST DISPATCH iw 400 JIesolvkd of That we kth the Second Congressional District of Kentucky in convention Tho- immense stock of clothing shoos and furnishing goods is faafcdi8appcariDj nm Kl ri at the Mammoth uiotmng cc oiioe fins srnrn Yefcwo have some eleiranr tmnA to sacrifice Here are a few things that are attracting attention Bargains that are K leading bul hbifse every day t n i ROUND mr - JL i DEMOCRATIC - TICKET FOR CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN OP UNION COUNTY Maybe the next gale that sweeps from the South will bring- to our cars the clash of resounding arms Wc dont hear much about the Perhaps rainy season in Cuba weather clerk is on the side of the the invaders Mr AV T Fowlers announce Â¬ ment as a Republican candidate for Congress has appeared in the Re Â¬ publican papers of the district TV y i r p JjW Parties owing this office as much as S100 may take out the two cents for the stamp when sending a check of Alabama de- Â¬ Gov Johnson clined to call the election to fill the seat of Gen Jo Wheeler inCongress IMie General still holds on The office of Chief Deputy Mar Â¬ shal under Marshal James filled by Dr Hunters son has been abol Â¬ ished and the young man has been suddenly returned to private life The salary was 2500 Superintendent Davidson says the difference between 82048 the number of children reported in Lou- Â¬ isville last year and 55910 the number taken under census com- Â¬ pleted last night will make 565000 less for Louisville from the State The LouisvilleTimes saysThere is no place in Louisville schools for They will married teachers now have to depend upon their hus- Â¬ bands for support At the meeting of the board last night four married teachers were dropped and their places filled by Normal School to irirls 7 The war revenue bill becomes ef- V lective to day and stamps must go on pretty much everything now ex- i cept babies In order that none of the Kentuckian s beloved pat- V j irons may have to go to jail we again publish to day for the steenth ilrtimc some of the leading provisions of the law tT--- assembled hereby reaffirm the principles of the Democratic party lb be aset forth in the platform adopted Dewey boulevard continues by the National Democratic Conven- Â¬ no thoroughfare held in Chicago inljthc year The elder Leiter can spare a fat tion calf for his prodigal son 2 Resolved ThatJ we- - heartily The city treasury has been clean Â¬ endorse the honesty industry ca ed out so often that it has nothing pacity and democracy of our retir Â¬ for free baths ing Congressman Hon John D It appears that letting slip IIn Clardy of the county of Christian dogs of war has reduced the tiae of and tender him our sincere thanks growlers for his earnest effort in behalf of If the new Police Chiefs shield the people and the party 3 Resolved carries 187 pure diamonds he may That we reaffirm well look out for burglars the traditional adherence of the Unhappily the Busch Volunteers Democratic party to the -- Monroe have no opportunity to go after the Doctrine and express our unquali Â¬ fied opposition to the annexation of Spanish buschwackcrs Had Farmer Leiter succeeded he Hawaii or any of the Spanish bakery in possessions thatmay come to us as would have started a result of conquest connection with his supply A 4 Resolution That nve recall f As a fighter in ambush the Span Â¬ with pridethe early espousal and iard is almost as competent a sav Â¬ united and persistent support by age as the North American Indian our Democratic Senators and Rep- Â¬ With the Mayor and the letter resentatives in Congressof the war carriers in their shirt sleeves we for the liberation of Cuba shall manage to pull through the 5 Resolved That we send greet- Â¬ summer ing to our soldiers and sailors who We have looked the Astor gift have gone to fight the battles of batterv in the mouth and it has their country and congratulate stood the test Its teeth seems to them upon their deeds of heroism be all right and the lustre they have added to Every patriot is expected to give the flag of their country his adhesion to the adhesive stamp Joke on Calloway taxes We must all stick to our country A drummer holding a permit to Sam Sugars failure is said to have ride in on Con Letters freight train the other day related made one St Louisians pocket 50000 heavier This is reasonably the foljowing conversation he had with a Calloway county backwoods- Â¬ successful farmin g man He was doing the country A book from Joseph Leiter on stores and stopped his team at the What I Know About Farming cabin vfotv water He would very much outsell Mr- - Gree- Â¬ farmers j9Mm ViS asked leys celebrated work SNAP SHOTS -- Balbriggan Uudorshirts Bold nil over town ntdOa 25c Moodroh Colored Sliirtn worth S1B0 Our Prico A Jj QQ 40c 35c 65c 50c 65c 75c 99g 6 KQ Mens Hoavy Choviot Work Shirts sold at EOo OurPrico Mens Fancy Colored Shirts Boftnnd Nugligco vth and without collarsliiuudried Worth f0c Scrivons Elastic Drnwers sold nt S100 Our Erico Childrens Shoos and stippors sold lE 1W atSl00 Our Childrons Shoes aud Slippers sold at Sl25 Our Prico ChildrduB Shoes aim Slippers Bold at SI GO Our Prico Ladies 150 Kid SIiocb laco and button all toes ahd sizes Our Prico Lilly Brnckott Cos J500 Mens Shoes Our Our Loading Brands of 5300 Shoos all Blylea Our Prico F wy mw rr 2 25 L Gbods in proportion If you want the best and cheapest suit yon in at once as this sacrifice cannot hold on always gSothmg i - itfr g flinesBfOOiiSur 1350 UJuU in snmeextniimitp iUiN our children w wtr-m-r- j- and 400 ill tr uur JN wo Jiave - lineSV tit puuu 2 made 00 and the 600 ar bought W call MAMMOTH SHOE CO o LOTHING If J Tcemetidous Sacrifice i U W -- r y uv fK J Dr Clardy will retire from office H with this plaudit of well done Re Â¬ lfrom those who elected him That we heartily endorse solved the honesty industry capacity and Democracy of our retiring con- jjjgrcssman Hon John D Clardy of his office the county of Christian and tender Col Butlers employes must be him our sincere thanks for his earn- Â¬ est efforts in behalf of the people more or less careless if they pick up flat irons with their garbage and the party However it is clear that house- Â¬ From present indications a rail Â¬ keepers have in many instadces way passenger war effecting the taken advantage of Col Butlers whole country may soon be in pro- Â¬ well known philanthropy and im Â¬ gress Rates in the territory west posed upon him with tin cans old of Chicago have been demoralized crockejy and almost everything for some time in consequence of the else that is not garbage Hiss light between the Great Northern losses every year must be very Northern Pacific and Canadian Pa- Â¬ large cific The trouble extended east Â¬ The New York Ledger celebrates ward A special committee has the Glorious Fourth by coming out been named to strengthen the Joint in red white and blue cover the Traffic Association agreement subject being an Old Time Flag The list oi newspapermen wo- Â¬ Raising a spirited country scene men children and nurses reported of the general training day of half in yesterdays Louisville papers a century ago The old time dress shows about 175 arein attendance at the fife and drum of the local mu- Â¬ Cincinnati and ready to set sail to- - sicians the militia drawn up to day for Walkerville It is to be salute the flag the crowded porch hoped that Editor Newlon if he is of the country tavern make a spec- Â¬ in the crowd will run afoul of the tacle that is correct in point of his- Â¬ pugnacious Spaniard Lieut Car- - torical accuracy and both ranza wane in Canada Bro New Â¬ interesting picturesque and lon has been appointed for two This number of the Ledger Urt4 u itr wiuuum uu uui living commissioned t is full of patriotic reading matter to kill Spaniards and Carranza Some of the titles calling upon great would be a good one to begin on events of the Revolution such as Paul Jones Great Victory The John Crittenden Watson who is Drummer Boy of 70 and Cap Â¬ to take a battleship run over to tain Molly the Heroine of Mon- Â¬ Spain is a Kentuckian 50 years mouth Other titles are full of old He served as lieutenant in the suggestion of the great interest civil war took part in thebombard taken by our people in the present ment and passageof Forts Jackson war of which the Ledger is print Â¬ and St Philip and the Chalmette ing admirably illustrated articles batteries in 1862 He was on the making it a paper for the times and vessel that ran the Vicksburg bat Â¬ up to date teries and was in the battle of Mo Â¬ bile Bay in 1864 when he was Capt A K Capron one of Roose Â¬ wounded by a fragment of a shell velts rough riders who was killed tile was promoted to captain in 1877 by the Spaniards in the recent bat Â¬ and has done duty in the European tle at Sevilla is a nephew of Mr and Asiatic squadrons Like all KiHsam of Owensboro Capt Cap- Â¬ true Jventuckians he knows about ron fell with his face to the foe and pretty women fast horsed and a his dying words were Never mind pic boys go on and fijfht whole lot more 4- - Testimony in the Humane Society case is that the ladies all talked at once This part of the evidence will hardly be questioned From the bulk of the Congress- Â¬ ional Record it might be inferred that the Windward Passage had been transferred to Congress A thief who stole a suit of clot1 ing Wednesday morning was ar- Â¬ rested tried and sentenced in two hours Had he embezzled a million his conviction would probably have taken two years The Czar has suspended from of- Â¬ fice the Russian General who stole the funds provided for the relict of the famine - stricken peasantry Such an officer should have been suspended fromsomethingelse than Whose house ty Noggs Whats it built Logs Any neighbors of rP - jo 2Sf - Frogs Whats the Bogs The climate soil r 191 Tiie Great Hopkinsville Mecca e For Ecoiiotnical Ruvers t1 - mir Oh we Eeady-To-le- ar IN NEW GOODS d ORE 1 IST6tions gClotli 1 un-to-fiate THE PUBLIC --n Fogs What do you eat Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods ing etc before making their purchases departments Everything new and V How do you catch them Dogs v And then I drove on said the 10 in all drummer PaducahNews The member of the Astor battery who thinks he would go after a sandwich rather than a Spaniard has a practical streak that may prove a great service to him in a campaign Hopkinsville Produce JlarketCash prices - SEE They are uDandies Suits Best made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH IN HOE be tlie Ill Latest Stvles -- paid by Hopkinsyilto GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU merchants Bacon Bams Sides Lard- REMEMBER 810c 4 THE PLACE Next Door to Hardwicks country Shoulders J5Ac 57c 67c The Present Crisis Country Produce Butter Eggs Now feathers Beeswax Tallow Ginseng per lb Honey Tub washed wool Greneed Poultry chickens live per Roosters Gram Clover por bushel Corn Wheat Corn shelled Y 1517o 70 THE POST DISPATCH 2528c Ig tlie Only 1821c St Louis Paper 2o wm Â¬ ETSJSizflCE3EiEl HARDS 2225 78c 26c With Its Own Staff Correspondente nt nil 1318c doz150180 2c 3 4Cc At Hnvnua Mr SylveBtor Scovol At Madrid Mr A E Houghton At Washington Mr Stephen Bonsai At Now York Mr Morton Wntkins Points of Interoat BUILDERS CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN - 60c 50c THE NEWS OF TIIE DAY IN Building Materials Of Ail Kinds LUMBER nm Livo Btock THE POST - DISPATCH 15 conta a week Hogs Sheep CiUtlo Calves 4 3f0 2G0350 U2G04 seven dayB if de livered by agent 60 cents a month if sent by mail L N 350i TIME TABLfc Ac Hides and Furs Green hides Green salted hides Dry flint Vegetables Now potatooo per bushel Cabbage por lioad Watormolous Florida Flour Retail Patent por bbl V Stundard por bbl C7o No No No G57fio No TRAINS SOUTH LIME AND CEMENT 1012o 7Jo 55 58 51 91 Fast Lino Hopkinsville NO Past Mail TRAINS 615 600 518 Limited 1116 p m m m m m up pm am 8Co 253Go No No 92 52 No 56 No 45 Give us a call when you need anything in our line Hay Clover por awt Good Timothy Bran 125 Nauhvlllo Accommodation doea not ran 1375 Inndfty - Noam Chicago Limited 986 n St Lou Er mail 1018 n HopkinBvillo Ac 825 p Fast Lino 948 p DAGG RICHARDS hopkinsville kv 60a 70o J r ril jroJna have hrough trftlm twlid and tflsepen Mi Ohleago aud 8t Iouln utUiitoM Hya iwitortH tlUUobi tad itiw IwWfyyBavjtiLVMMWg f f ty6 tAtU Jz 3UXuiuLitn The Dally Kentuckian 10 OonU a Wee 5jr 1 aii ffTJJB ti W PTORB i V STAMP WITH CARE SUmp v s PREPARING FOR WAR i the Present How Russia Has Increased Her Military and Naval Strength of -- the Conn tun t itnrt Lnrtfo ArirtltlnnN Alnde 1 lit I n t jSfcjCjil iWiulc llemly to OoiieWth Any Enemy TliiUtfijrily ArlMC 21 And Uic New Mathews Modern Hii II arm The Kentackian 1 Year Sewing Machine FOR ONLY m Bank Cashiarc Yoii May Have to ro to Jail Unless Mi urocl Machine the latest im The Russian nrmy litis been nlmost You Post Yourself By dffublfcd since llic last Turkish war while thcvgettcinl staff hns been InReading This creased by more than two thirds The three western frontier districts Vltna KlefT and Warsaw now have 681 bat Oh to day July 1 the new revenue talions BOO squadrons and 2B2 batteries war footing or law becomes effective and there has with 207 guns rill on anil the Infantry to pro- Â¬ ttbout stx scvcnths of been a rush ol business men nml tvcslxths of nil the cavalry and cure stamps so that they will not Infantry which Oerranny keeps up In bchampercd in their transactions time of peace Russia Is ndnchlng more ant more value to cavalry and Documentary Stamps has already 22 divisions whereas Ger All checks eriven in bank must many lias oiny one cavniry division oi the guards In peace time At the end bear a two cents international-revenuof Inst year the caalry divisions quar Postage stamps can stamp tered round Warsaw were united Jo not be used The Government may form an nrmy corps nnd the war office temporarily use postage stamps un- Â¬ means to extend the system In Its Â¬ til the other kind are finished but opinion the value of vast bodies of cav alry such ns were Ubed In the American will mark them I R international Is very great and 120 squadrons Parties can not do this war place In the maneuvers The revenue take Hopkinsville banks will dishonor Ocrmnns however appenr to be giving every check not bearing the reve- - Up the employment of large masses of cavalry The Russian cavalry Is nue stamy equipped and drilled accordingly Ex The initials of the party giving cept the two caVnlry divisions of the the check must be written on the guards which still have cuirassiers stamp and the date of signature Uhlans and hussars It consists almost when affixing it to the check That entirely of Cossacks nnd dragoons who receive an excellent training ns infantry is the way prescribed to cancel it as well to enable them to advance as Unless the law is complied with in ntpldly independently and vigorously Â¬ Â¬ e v With nil provomontB Tlio best Mnchino for the least monoy ovor nmnufiicl fih k War News ttfifhmn ftiuViiTnB mSt KA fiimplOjUurablo Light runnintf noiseless 10 Every Mnchino warranted years 21 HERE is no need for the -- AfWK A 5130 Machino for for nnd freight prepnid people of Hopkinsville and CiiBh mviBt orders SlJJClFIOATIONS nccompnny al -- this respect parties giving checks will find that they are dishonored by the banks and that they them- Â¬ selves are subject to fine and im- Â¬ Unstamped checks prisonment and stamps uncanceled and on checks render the checks valueless as records in court or as evidence All drafts certificates of deposit other than at sight or demand or promissory notes for less than 100 All must bear a two cent stamp similar documents for S100 and more must also bear a two cent On all stocks offered as stamp collateral notes now held a two cent stamp is required on each 100 All persons face value of stock buying stock must pay a tax of 2 for each 100 shares Other documents which under the new law must be stamped are - The Head Is flvo and oiioOinU inches IiIrIi and eight and one half Indies long inside measurement This Is as high as any family machlno made and must nut bo confounded Â¬ with tlio medium or so called high arm machines The bend plate set i Into or level with the tabic The Needle Is straight self acting flat on mo sldo and cannot bo set wrong The Shuttle Is open on tho end cylinder ihapo and absolutely self threading The Bearings Are all steel well fitted and adjustable Self threading Tho machine Is andnoholo to put tho thread through tho Some of tliem nave even exceptFeedeyo of the needle as possible Tho Is positive In action and hasuo been supplied with bayonets as an ex- Â¬ springs to get nut of order Will wind Automatio Uobbln periment The Russian frontier guard oobbin as smooth as onWinder of thread thn a spool of 30000 men includes 10000 horse sol- Â¬ TheStltch Is rlonblo lock stitch The enmo and will not Can bo diers Both men and horses are ex- - on both eldcs shortened from ravel to thirty lengthened or eight ftnlltm nnfl nrttnlrnhlv trained On the stitches to the inch ThoTonslon Is a flat spring other hand It is a distinct advantage justable to all sizes of thread tension and adCossacks and some of the other that the Hand Wheel Is nicklo plated and has a cavalry regiments can only ride at a looso wheel attached to operate bobbin winder without running machine quick trot which would entail heavy ThoMovemont Iathu celebrated eccentric movements posltlvelu action and fewer work Â¬ ing parts than any machine on tho market The Stand Has largo balanco wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadle is large and hangs In cono centers and all lost motion canbe taken up asters under ech end and can be easily moved A nice dress guard over Â¬ g Â¬ wheel tp keep dresi from getting onwheol Attachments Are tho famous Johnsons get in a tin box nnd consists of tucker rufller rourhominers binder qulltcr foot hemmer and fellerunder braider and sheerer oil can and oil two crow drivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb sorew guago and book of directions The Furniture Is well mado highly pol Â¬ ished and elegant in appearance All these machines will bo sent out with oak furniture unless wa nut Is specified Each machine has a lock to the drawers and cover nice nlokel plate drop rings to all drawers All machines are well packed and crated JtKAD OUK GUARANTEE Th New Mathews Machine is warranted 10 years from date of purchase nn thirty days trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction Is not given the machlno may bo rcshlpped to to us at our expense and the money paid us will be Ufundcd promptly Under thlsguaranteoyourunno risk what o er In purchasing tho New Mathews Machine You hae thirty days trial of it In your own home and if for any reaRou you should wish to return tho machine it may co shipped to us nt our expenso nnd tho money will bo All communications regarding the New Mathews Machlno should bo addressed to neighboring towns to sub- scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reliable war news Â¬ The Daily Kentucklans Telegraph ervice yi 4 U CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky Modem High arm first class Sowing Machine with all late improvements nnd of first class mntorinl aud good workmanship including the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable prico A book of instructions accompanies every machine A want to wit Description or the Improved New Mathews Machine This mnchino is mnnufnetured with tho viow of supplying n long foit Â¬ In making your remittance we profor postoffice money order registered letter express money ordes or Now Yoik Exchange Individual checks unless certified to will not bo received Â¬ as follows Bonds debentures or certificates indebtedness five cents on each 100 or fraction Bill or memorandum of sale or agreement to sell at any Board of Trade or similar place one cent per 100 or fraction let Â¬ Bills of exchange foreign ters of credit four cents par each 100 or fraction if drawn singly if in sets two cents for each bill of less than 100 and two cents more 100 or frac- Â¬ for each additional of LIEUT GEN KUROPATKIN Organizer of the Russian Army and ister of War 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 every department of the paper is supplied with a MinÂ¬ Â¬ tion Bills of Lading Railroad and steamship com- Â¬ panies are under the law required to stamp one bill of lading for each shipment received but parties wanting duplicates must pay for the stamps to go on them Bills of lading etc must be stamped as follows Bills of lading fdr export ten cents Bills of lading for domestic use one cent indemnifying bonds fifty cents Certificates of profitand transfers two cents on each 100 Certificates of damage or other wise issued by any port warden or marine surveyor twenty five cents CeWicates of any other descrip- - lii Stamps icssftgcsmust bear a one cent revenue staWp7rtd the initials of the sender of th menage must be written acrossthe face of tjje stamp in order tcfr conceal These stamps will be lctjnH sale at telegraph offices ancVjtaivbc Mnrman const of the penlnsuln of Kola prdcjlrd from the CoJlffetQr of In The bay on which Ekaterlnn lies Is losses In iong distance attacks on modern artillery nnd infantry This dis advantage willl be considerably intensified by the proposed union of Cossacks nnd other cavalry in one division for the latter can ride the field gallop of 530 paces a minute The Busslan navy budget for lSOSjil lots 071000000 rubles for general expenses 105000000 includiug the 00 new 000000 recently assigned for ships 11200000 for putting ships into commission and 5700000 for he improvement of the harbor The considerable outat Ltbau on the widening of the naval lay harbor at Sebastopol nnd for building or Improving other harbors is not Included The Pacific squadron is to have nine cruisers two torpedo cruisers aud seven sea going gunboats the Mediterranean squadron three lnrge Iron clads one torpedo cruiser two sea- Â¬ going gunboats and two torpedo boats the Black sea squadron six large iron three torpedo clnds one cruiser cruisers six torpedo boats three train ine ing ships uiul three transports Baltic squadron four large and eight coast iron clads six cruisers three gun Â¬ boats and 47 torpedo boats The wars yacht and several other vessels for speThe cial purposes are not included new Busslan iron clad type is n opm pro mise between nn iron clad nnd an ar mor plated cruiser The length will be 420ij feet beam 711 nnd draught 20 The vessel will have triple screws 14500 horse power and a speed of 18 knots 4 10 Inch and It 0 inch guns 10 3 lnch guns and 28 smaller Thirty two new torpedo quick firers boats for the Baltic und Pacific lleets nre building In Bussia The Arctic di vision of the Baltic fleet will no longer iwlnler In the Baltic ports nut in tno l free harbor of Ekaterlnn on the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ afta no TEL RESORT Â¬ uews service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky Daily delivered Â¬ V This famous K ntiiekv SUMMER is now open foi giiesto uuder NEW MANAGEMENT A practical hotel umn has hi n selected to direct affairs Special at tention giveu to the cuisine Man improvements have been Tnado in the hotel and surioundings Hotel iitis reasonable A pleasant time in Htoro A splendid band of musiu in for you Rooms bright and well Mutilated ittendanco In the city - 10 Cls Per iV -nh Grand Ball Every Friday Niglit During tlio Season TAUA-4- o m AiMjl i ill i HnTrjtMli urn DiIIM 7 -- Ji RATES ie 35 ADDRESS C3rX g Tele n 212 S Main 99 2 BY MAIL rOxi Springs rECsr THE Lt A DER patterns on display WEDNESDAY c Daily One Month Daily Three Months Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition 1 100 400 yr 200 Will have a few choice summer WAY 4 The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained See llicm before buying Ltiui- xycyumiv MJfS 1MB Illl ll wfipprefer to alfixjtbelr ovvjiptamps - teterawi The telegraph leMllJio pay or the ftVtmflVH audJhaniessdjIgcca fpThei r comoan- r-- one cent OHM wilt- Rimnlv Icnon iij vVJiVi tifrfvccommoclation to their tt the case of telephone compan Â¬ ies tiey will be required to make monthly returns of all messages Tn Tiulucnh Henderson Loxiugtoou nnd Owonaboro bojong to the South orn bioyolo racing circuit Tho tenth auuUhI metiufe of tho Kontuoky OliHutHuqiiH Awimbly bo giiiH at LoxuiKtou to ulht - Cava CXtY DamoaraU bav in domed Qw- - Jowph HitwJ 7 Oov ersior ijiul tr urging him lo maM1 I kilometers long 570 meters about broad and 40 deep It hue good anchpr ngos aud owiiig to tho gulf stream seldom freezes except for a few days In February The harbor was begun in 1890 and a stone pier 500 meters long a railway of about 1370 meters and n lighthouse were finished nt the end ol last summer At the same time a town was planned in a sheltered valley and now has pubJlo buddings and schools a telegraph and telephones and is con nected with the harbor by the rail way The seat of the administration has been transferred thither from Kola and the place is certain to grow quickly when the railway to St Peiersburg which has just been begun is finished It U already coifnecled by telegraph with St rcterslnfrgC Archangel and Norway niAiiHHii Milk It la Mid tliat rustics who live on diet nearly alwyhHve thick hair to m ujl vnneed age white pfco 2 Â¬ FLEURETTE LEVY Subscribe Now And Get The News Sund in your subscription by mail Call at the office in the Ken Â¬ Dont Do a Thing g ijntil you have seen my new line of imported Â¬ sr SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS I tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Strqet or telephone Address 99 2 guarantee QU U1TY STYLE and WORKMAN- Â¬ SHIP the best thatjmoney can secure pit bread-and-mll- V vi who luupn y v irck hair wttwr T rj No U South Alain J L Tobiti Tailor film V11IAIPJI IMftdianiPnlilisliftP UX uvVUIUVU v 1 s iUU4U4lUU4iUU4U44UUUUiUmiU4Ul ror HOPKINSVILLE if KY TMn j m Oj 0 Tfee Its STEJgfe a -- fi Hr WITHOUT WARNING Came ihe Deaih Summons FIFTEEN PASSED iTHE NEW WARDENS fck list to Full Quota Accepted and Squad Epi LiUard Gets One Now Ready o Move - Piacead K MtfJofcn Fufcher 1L Mr W B Lander is again very ill and confined fo his bed Mr John P Burnett is da the sick list this ftxk Miss Ophelia Payne is quite ill at ber jhome pn South Main Heres Money For You GREAT SALE OF i Six Men Rejected Most oi Them lOlher Officers to Be EfectedU Sitting in a Chair When thei Was Representatives Are on Account of tight Vital Chord Wa5 Suddenly Snapped Jsr 5m Wants a Net- - TtUA The jury in the CircuitCoart case of W Weight 0 Not in It 1- John Fnkber an old and wcalthf citizen Of near Fairricir died rerr suddenly jreterdaj at bi borne in He vr htttiog ia a the country chair wbea itbot warning be fell of r and expired witbotii a trnf uddealr that gte Death came it majjm erty not far from Hi rears o ww wealth and owned smc Una ari in tte vicinity of Fainied and alo much other rateable prop Â¬ He k dropped dead Mr FMkber was a ai ihk rerr mcrun old man age He FxankfortKy July - SpeclaL The recruiting blanks came yes I The prison commissioners to terday ercning and the Third Regi Remember the TUAmc oScers at once be- Â¬ night elected Col Eph Iillard of ment recmitin Place to get your fine Merchant gan work ob the applicants in wait Â¬ Jessamine county warden of the Tailoring is by Fowright Pants ing Twenty one men bare been exÂ¬ Frankiort penitentiary Col Jarvis made for S3 S5 S7 and SuitsS14 amined Of these 15 were accepted Stone of Spencer county was chorea ckrk and Henry Smith of SI520 and six failed to paes- Bowling Green was made warden The Enlisted Men Officers Tho e who were accepted and at Eddyville The other will not be elected for several days Bfusiered in were The commissoners announced of fkially that the applications of all members of the legislature for places will be turned down as such pernns are held to be ineligible Jesse ilussen Uniontown v Col Eph Lillard 4he new war-Â¬ Clay Drennan Princeton- ijPaducah den of the Frankfort penitentiary Â¬ Geo T Baldwin was backed by ex Senator BlackAthal Halsey burn as a reward for his services Warren D Bartholomen Hopkinsville along with those of CdllJack Chinn Go C Mills in the Hunter Blackburn senatorial S Houston 3IcCujjoclf fight Webber Breathitt Lee Trabue Anderson HERE AND THERE Jesse H-- Spiceland Cadjz Failed to PassP Wanted To buyaJoad of Clover W V Crabb Uniontown Hay apply at this office X T S Teare Circuit Court will adjournto-mor-roWalsfer Paducah RW until September E E Eark Crofton Two others whose names were July starts in with weather warm enough for all ordinarypurposes not kept The officers with the recruits ac Â¬ The hum of the thresher is now cepted and sworn in will Ieae for heard abroad in the landChick am auga to morrow Rev S N Vail wishes to sell his fifteen make even one hun T isgand Publishing Company ren Â¬ dered a decision in favor of the dei fendants The plaintiff entered a motion for a new trial T Bonte vs NewEra Prink E C Sweets Uniontown Geo Hodgins Lniontown Wra X Medky LVtontown Harry M Medley Uniontovjn B A- - Hodgins Uniontown yet Farmers Attention Celebrated REMNANTS Tomorrow Remnants Domestics Prints Ginghams brother 3Ir other relatires Alex Falcber and Several years ago he J et apart one fine farm to become the property ofhiW brother at hi death and deeded it to him upon that condi be hh ajfed wife hi out children and u a married bt with his only heirs will wan Â¬ f We have opened up a new Imple- Â¬ ment houseon Sixth street one of thelargest establishments in Western Kentucky and arb now prepared to furnish farmers with anything in the implement line Wo handle the - Pirry Buggies -- tf Phaetons and Surries Also carry a iarge assortment of PLOWS of every kind and make We sell the Old Hickory Wagon the best wag uu mu mar inens Sheetings Dress Goods SiIksEmbroideries Etc in greater profusion that ever before The great sale throughout our stock goes merrily on Bar- Â¬ PERSONAL G0S5IP i niw s Mr S Allensiworth of Garrettv I 1m rg i here to day Prof V A- - Garneit of Pembroke s in the city Mr W J Moore of Wallonia vfeitcd the city to day Mr J T Harper of Cadiz spent the day bere These fine family mare with buggy will Mack Edwards and two dred secured at the seven places dispose of her at a bargain Per- Â¬ Mr children are visiting relatives at where the recruiting officers made fectly srJe for a lady to drive slops Mortons Gap An infant son of Miles McKnight BASEBALL Mi Annie Fruit who has been col who lives near Beverly died vilting relatives at Pembroke has Thursday afternoon SPECIAL returned home Mr W C Wright had a new RESULTS OF YESTERDAYS GAMES Miss Carrie Salter of Henderson honor bestowed uponhim ihismorn Brooklyn 8 Pittsburg 5 will arrive to morrow to visit her ing A baby girl that arrived as Chicago 7 New York 5 an addition to the family of Mr and mother Philadelphia 17 Cincinnati 3 Mrs Fred Callard caused Mr Mr Paul Petree has returned to Washington 13 St Louis 3 Wright to become a grandfather hi home in Fairview after a stay Boston 10 Cleveland 5 of nearly a year in Athens Ga Yesterday while W E Hunt a planter living in the Fourth district HOW THEY STAXU Miss Lula Keesee returned Iast Won Lost PC of the country was cleaning a re- Â¬ evening from a visit to the family of Clubs 23 40 035 volver he did not know was loaded Cincinnati a Mr Buckner Leavell of Hopkins Boton 38 23 623 the weapon was accidentally dis- Â¬ ville Clarksiille Times 30 000 charged and he received a severe 24 Cleveland The wife of the late Capt Trout Baltimore 34 24 588 wound in his left leg The bullet man of Macon Ga is here on a Chicago 20 - 580 entered just above his knee but no 36 visit to her sister Mrs Dr M S Pittsburg 541 bone was fractured and unless 33 28 Meriwether 483 complications arise the wound is 31 New York 29 Adoiph Jonas of Nashville Philadelphia 483 not considered dangerous by his Mr 29 27 Thursdays one of the mot popular traveling Brooklyn 34 414 attending physician 24 Â¬ men on the road is here interview Washington 387 ClaksvilleTime 38 24 ing the millinery trade 333 21 42 St Louifi The tobacco Board of Trade met 333 Monday morning 21 42 W H Carsey Iiss Leslie Rradsbaw of Tren- Â¬ Louisville and Thos Gibon were elected mem- Â¬ of ton and Miss Mattie Adams SCHEDULE POR TO DAY bers of the Appeals Committee to Uiis county are visiting Mr R F Baltimore at Lovisville succeed W B Anderson and Ed R Brumfields family on Tenth street Brooklyn at Pittsburg An invitation Tandy resigned Mrs S M Muir will return to Washington at St Louis from the Hopkinsville Board of Jjflir borne in Jefferson villc Jml to- Boston at Cleveland Trade to attend a Fourth of July her dauglipicnic Was accepted The Use of CTrrrow accompanied bycniiurcn - Philadelphia at Cincinnati Mrs c Leter and New York at Chicago green upon tobacco plants as paris of Dallas Y Mrs Maurice Cbhn a vermicide was condemned by res- Â¬ TO DAYS MARKET REPORT i ir JfMJiii nun jciuijiuu iiuiu tt iiujmum- olution A proposition to take a vine and is the guest of Mrs Phil Â¬ Corrected Mully liy lieu HimvIIiih Hanker two weeks holiday in July was de- Â¬ t lip Lk ber of 1213 Second street feated Clarkrville Journal urn Itroker IIjiklniivllle Ky Louisville Dispatch Co will receive J B Foley Clilcag Market Twltay Misses Mallie and Eula Rich- Â¬ three fine traps the first of next ards ill leave to day for an ex Â¬ Opg Iligt I Closing week which will be in rubber tires tended visit to relatives at Cash Wheat 79 This trap promises to be the finest Drowns illf and other July Wheat 73tf Tenn 70 77tf thing on the streets of Hopkinsville places Sept Wheat 08 09 OStf Those who have bought with the Dr Win M Fuqua left this July Corn 31 31 32i promise that they will have the morning for Aiyfiista Ga where Sept Corn 32 A 33 32tf finest rig in town will feel like they he haH been assigned to duty as Sept Oats 2Q 20 20 have been somewhat mislead when United State Surgeon He ex Â¬ Sept Pork 9 02 9 05 9 75 they see our new Snow Queen pects to be ordered to Cuba in a Sept Lard 5 47 5 45 5 50 which will make its appearance Ur Fuquas family Sept Ribs 5 40 short while 5 42 5 45 soon Look out you dont wish will remain in this city during his Sept wheat puts 09 calls 09 you had waited vhen you see it absence NewYorkHtckHnl Cotton We will also have some other fine I Mr J AV McPhcison of Hop- Opg Iligt Closing jobs in rubber ties in all colors and is the guest of his broth- - Aug Cotton 0 15 kinsville styles Come and see us No lOf 0 10 0 10 Miss An Tob er J D McPherson Main street 1 19 i 20 A 1 19 Ada Morton left to day to visit Chicago Gas 97 98 Pastor B A Copass Los Ange- Â¬ 99tf friendH in Ifopkins ilic Ste Â¬ C B 1 OI 1 05 1 05 Q lie had an les Cal has resigned phen Trice Jr returned to Hop L 51 N 52 52 important charge and has accom- Â¬ kinsvjlle to day after a pleasant Manhattan 1 04 1 04 1 04 plished an excellent work The visit to his- coiiMJn John Waller 1 33 1 34 Sugar state organiza- Â¬ 132 Baptist city and Madison villc Hustlcr Coal Iron 25 25 20 tions have heaped honors upon this brilliant young brother but phy- Â¬ Charge Not Sustained Kentucky Chautauqua sicians have decided that Mro At the examining trial of Garfield Spec Lexington Ky July 1 Copass cannot stand that climate ial The Kentucky Chautauqua Tandy col this morning before We would rejoice to see him back AHKomblys tenth annual meeting h Esq W L Barker the charge of in KentuckyBaptist Argus on here with a good attendance breaking open a meat house was Mr Copass married a former Hop- Â¬ not sustained and the case was One of the features this week is the kinsville girl a daughter of Prof UiiiverHity of Indiana Glee CJub therefore dismissed Tandy was A F Williams now of Clinton A Madame Itailcy the well known lined 5 and cost on a charge of Increase In Stamp Sales vocaJIsttjH here Mis Elizabeth breach of the peace The cash 10 was for the coining and the ne Â¬ of ihln city made her de- The sale of stamps at the local KInkcad was- discharged frpm custody On gro t biit on the Jciihire platform postofllce during the fiscal yar July 4 Cor Boh Tykr of acnne- - More than 200 dojfa have been Inst evening shows an increase of Saw killed inOweMitbore uMur w dog- - 3 per cent over that of the prerku Hpe mil UcLwe nH Wiure Mmaiug ordinance - is tewed tot fBC Jodcw ket to day Engines and Separators Mowers gains are runinng wlid here as they never run before McCormick Binders Bic stock of BINDEfl TWINE at chance to buy shoes and dry goods at next to nothing low figures When in the city give us a call and we will take great pleasure in show Â¬ ing you through jftespectfully SIXTH Its your figures - - ar Court Gus Young STKEE- Hnnt frtcullla i ri Uvvbc T-- Vv vj thing to patent Protect roar ldeafl they marf bring Ton wealth Write JOHN WEDDEK BURK CO Patent Attorneys Washington D C for their S1S00 prizo offer WANTED AN IDEASSSXigg fmss PJ 0 m i Tfce M lfciMk ml QF men wJ mm 3 m Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO Hillini 250000 Cured Trie Daily Kentuddan 400 PER YEAR iitc l Vif IIIKr1 KL HKE -- TrA -- 1 mMArA f mitttlfwt vri h 1 M flfu iwv tnanr hfivn nnifiainnfv- - Thmr miv rr-- n r msrtumwwmuvw rr- r Thourandf of votmz and middle seed 3 umaliftn mlll ttrictltl9 TAm tviTt catting paint at time yligbt dit-difficulty in commencing weak charge ntt Mnittlnni an1 alMhAmnntlmi tit nerrons debility they haro 8TB1C- XUltK Dont let doctor experiment on yon by catting stretching or tearing you It can never return No painno raQer ing no detention from busincM by onr method Thoteznaiorgansarostrcngth cneil The nerves are invigorated and the blfcs of manhood return nnd middle - Thousands of young eexnai vigor aged anu men are Having tneir JliiM absorbs tno etricwro Xxssxxa hen co reino vea I bo etrictaro permanently tam ibUTilinotcnreyonaaitwiiire WWWWWHkfitokftoM W Our NKW METHOD TltHAT- - tfWI1WfWfifHMIWIifM WW WECURE GLEET ntality continually jappca uy mis ats easc Thoy aro frequently unconscious of tbo cauto of thef a nrm ptoms Genernl 1 diseases dont allow these special Ouacks to experiment on you Consult Specialist who havo maJo a life study of Diseases of Men and Women OurNKW METHOD TUKATMKNT vrill nosi tirelr euro von Ono thousand dollars for a caso wo accept for treatment and cannotcurc terms mouerateiora cure Weakners Unnatnral Discharges Fail Â¬ ing Manhood NcrvouroeM Poor Mem Â¬ ory Irritability t times Smarting Ben- Muon nnnKcn jcunim usrn cireier AVeak Hack General Depression Lack Shrunken of Ambition Varicocele ran etc uijuisr ana biiuuxuius inavbotho cause Dont consult family doctor ns they hare no experience in i CUT SALE FROM NOW V if- CURES GUARANTEED Wo treat nnd enrcj AMISSIONS VAItlCOCELE SYPHILIS OLEET RTBICTUKE IJIIOTENCV SEOBET IIUAIXS UNNATUBAL DISCHABa- 15 KIDNEY nnd BLADDKK Disease CONSULTATION BOOKS FBEE FBEE If unablo to call write for OUKSTION I1LAKK for UUJlti r I I rxs3 Kennedys Kergan 122 W FOURTH STREET K CINCINNATI O TBEATMENT 4t jI AjHHiFfivjkH ar s aH Tutts fcvT1 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