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V7 vi Air Retid The DattyKentnokian 1C fcdi J Ct a Week 1 LlrV 58 fX t Daily JEntuchian HOPEINSVILLE KY MONDAY AFTERNOON JULY 4 1898 LIVE NBWS On Every Page We Set The Pace VOL 1 NO PRICE 2 CENTS CERVERA IS CAPTURED Dewey Captures Spanish Prisoners v SL of j Flajj Spanish Fleet iSunk In Trying to Get Out Deweys Victory at Manila Is 1 The Transports Arrived at Ma nila With Troops June 30 Stopped Enroute To Pick Up a Spanish Isl iritdom and emblem of glory Hope of he world In each floating fold Long and wild and deathless the story Flung to the winds when thy stars are unrolled The thirteen stars of the fight with Great Britain Through strenuous years by land and by sea Till they proved to the world the great words written We are of right Independent and free Repeated by Sampson 0 and on the Way Washington July bulletin y- V this The stars of the states of blue grass and prairie Thesplendid prize of the bold pioneers Won from the savage dart cruel and wary By peril and hardship by blood and by tears of the golden treasure fields of the fiery fray Where the Southwest poured Its blood without measure From the Alamo to Wild Monterey I Several Hundred Spaniards Killed and 1300 4 Special The Post has issued - The stars of the states Won on the Captured0ne American Washington July 4 Killed - The stars of the West of wheat field and forest Mountains of silver and mighty stream Of deserts where desolation is sorest Of cities that rise like the towers of a dream Year after year new stars rising glorious Floods the blue with their clustering tight Age after age beloved and victorious Still may they stand for freedom and right I SAA1ANTHA WHIPPLE SHOUP Special The news has come at last Admiral Admiral Dewey has captured the Spanish gunboat Leyte -- with twelve officers ninetj four men and seven big guns and it is glorious enough even for the Glorious Fourth Sampson reports from Siboney under date of July 3 this morning at 130 oclock go and let down her colors this morning reports the arrival of On the way they the cruiser Charleston and the transports A telegram from Dewey Admiral Ceveras fleet attempted to escape Irom the harbor At 2 oclock to day the last ship ¬ captured the Ladrone Islands June 21st ance There was no resist it the Christobal Colon was run ashore sixty miles west of Santia- Gen Andersen cables from Hong Kong that cavalry and artillery horses are needed as the supply there is very limited They Arrived at Manila Hong China July Special The United States cruiser Charleston convoying1 the three transports bearing- 2500 soldiers ar ¬ rived at Manila Thursday June 30 No news has been received of the American operations since their arrival It is believed here that by this time the city of Manilahas been takeuby the United States fleet The island of Guajan the largest Qt the group of the Ladrone is- ¬ lands belonging- to Spain was captured by the Charleston and the transports while on the way It is believed a small garrison was left there afterthe Spadish force had been driven off or captured Kong1 4 - is Christopher Columbus Washington July 4 Special The President has sent his con stroyed gratulations to Capt Sampson and ha ent to the Senate his nomina- tionj0 be u Commodore -- Sampsom a Commodore Now This ship whose name in English de- ¬ was captured all the rest being The Infanta Alaria Teresa After Taking the Ladrones The First Conflicting Reports 5 the Almirante Oquendo and the Viscaya were forced ashore and burned or blown up within I - An twenty miles of Santiago The Washington July 4 Special Admiral Ceveras fleet made a torpedo boat destroyers Furor dash out of the Santiago harbor Sunday All were destroyed but one and Pluton were destroyed The which is being chased Spaniard- reached the ships and destroyed to prevent them from falling into the hands of Americans them American loss was one man A dispatch from Signal Officer Allen confirms the destruction of the killed and two wounded -- Spanish fleet Gen Shafter telegraphed yesterday that he had early Sunday morn ¬ The man killed was Geo H ing demanded the surrenderof Santiago and threatened to bombard it Ellis chief yeoman on the It is believed the city will surrender this morning Meat for Watson Waiting Washington July 4 Special Another dispatch from Lieut Col Brooklyn The enemys loss is Allen signal officer at Playa del Este says that all the vessels of Cer The cruiser La Panto Cardenal Gibraltar July 4 Special cArTMN sAMrsoN probably several hundred from veras fleet made a dash out of the harbor of Santiago to day and then Cisneros Alphonso XIII and Vittoria have been ordered to cruise in the apparently before they were placed hors de combat they ran into the the guns fire explosions and drowning vicinity of Cadiz in anticipation of the arrival of Commodore Watsons beach with one exception grounded and were blown up by the Spanish About 1300 prisoners were taken including Admiral Cervera Raiding- Squadron crews One ship started out to sea and Col Allen adds that our fleet is after her and will capture her in a few minutes - Early Morning Dispatch fl I The Foreign office has received a London July 4 Special Special Chjckamauga July 4 It is learned that Gen Brooke cablegram from Consul Ramsden stating that on receiving news of the Madrid dispatches were received yesterday confirming the has been ordered to select 5000 men from the first division first corps to impending bombardment he went to the American lines and obtained a report that Gen Vara de Roy was killed at El Caney Friday send as reinforcements to Gen Shafter TheTirst and Third Kentucky postponement for twenty four hours to enable non combatants about regiments are in the first corps 20000 in number to escape The British Admiral has detailed a ship Also two aides of Gen Linares were killed to remove the consul and other British subjects from the city t -- Kentucky Boys May Move Next A Spanish General Killed Gen Shafter Fighting on an Empty Stomach A telegram from Gen Shafter Washington July 4 Special says he has been suffering from heat prostration and had been unable to eat for four days - Gen Wheeler who was taken sick Friday is reported much belter TfaejOtily 0e Left Spanish Loss 2500 Halifax July 4SpecialA dispatch from British Con k sul Ramsden places the Spanish loss at 2500 killed and wounded Wasington July this morning Playa del Este July 4 following was received from Headquarters near Santiago Chance for 25000 Colored Volunteers Washington July 4 Special Secretary Alger will recommend that Congress give the President authority to enlist 25000 negroes if he deems it necessary to increase the prosent force Signal Officer Al- len has cabled Gen Grecly from Cuba that the telephone station at San Juan Cuba has been captured by our troops who arc now using it July 3 ToMiight my lines completely surround the town from find to night Gen Pando the bay on the north of the city to San Juan river at its mouth and up the railroad to the city I s is r i - i i still some distance away and will not get into Santiago SHAFTER a nua Ail fit h pr Armv Itaariv ia Mnvp ARMORED CRUISER CRISTOBAL COLON Tho OriBtobal Colon ia an nnnorod oruisor of tho Carlos V typo Her bat tery oonBlats of two Hinoh rifles nud flyo C inch rapid flro Btins Tho formor throw projeotlloH of 600 ponuda weight und tho gnns aro onpnblo of disohnrg ing twolvo 70 pound shota oyory minuto Sho ought to provo n dangorona oua tomer in a fight Washington July 4 Special It is stated this morning that asa result of the efforts of the war department yesterday 18000 men can be sent to Gen Shafter within forty eight hours if reinforcements are ncces- arye 47 HTh Special Washington July 4 den Shafter reports that he gave the Spaniards at Santiago until noon Tuesday to surrender and that if they refuse he will proceed to bombard the city which is now completely surrounded and commanded by his guns on all the land side 4 linares Wounded and 2000 M4rid July 4 Killed Celebrating the Fourtn Ministry makes the statement The local tobacco Bosrd of Trade UtAt the Spanish lop ospund Uaffo yva 2000 killed and wounded are celebrating the Fourth with a The refwitjUM bow rccelveJ tM not confirmed that Otn Linares graud barbecue at QampbeUs Caye WW tr9MmiifflmmrtiCev Ifee ferbt Hint Friday a The Hoard with several docu iW A1tMLJr2l Spihe The Department is informed that Sampson has not yet entered guests are rusticating at the cave and qnjoyiug the good things pf the hrbpr with thq fleet jlife while celebrating both past and Secretary Alger says the bombardment was postponed until to present victories morw to give non combatants a chance to escape For new reaft tlU papar M V - Si sSPpw jjHWplf 11 It 0 be2ail 1fcentttcfcfan cekts rn wnx ol EDITORS AT DETROIT H wiLLiAM parts to PuMabed erery crenlnjr except Sanday by Delivered by carriers all io CXAS X KIAOXAX 212 S Main the dtyt at E WoolMk Elected PrUrtdent By Unanimous VoteTh Visit to WalkcrvIIIc mm Royal Ifihti B ass AftfnuCr LrtJtfKnt DrcjkltJfiil CasUtmnn LstlfIUAll REAL Insurance Company OF LIVRPOOL 1 IP B A July 2 The Detroit Mich K P A tefbCincin 4 00 members of the nati at 4 oclock this morning and SNAP SHOTS after a hot ride by rail and lake ABSTRACTS OF TITLE IA0E Losses Paid in Kentucky in 189ft J24983I02 DEMOCRATIC TICKET- - POST DISPATCH reached Detroit at 4 oclock this r Money loaned at 6 vper tent King Coupon is reigning on both afternoon At 2 oclock a business CONGRESS FOR I on first class real estate for meeting was held od thet steamer sides of the Atlantic HENRY D ALLEN principal matter The a term of 5 years Mackinac J5Vif It will not always do to bank on a to be disposed of was the election of OP UNION COUNTY l Managers Soutlieru Department Wo have for salo somo of llio bes Supreme Court decision ¬ officers which took place immediate r GcneralvOfflcc toulsvillc We should set Cuba free keep Let us now return to our mutton ly after the reading and filing of building lots in tho city and on terme to suit purchasers Prices inngiog Philippines and to full size 5 cents loaves Porto Rico and sell the President Gaines annual address from 520 to 3000 Thoymre located t6 pay the war debt Co Resident Agents Hpkinlvfllc Ky Militiaing in the Republican part II E Woolfolk of Danville was in nearly every part of tho city We Walter -F Garnett chosen President by unanimous as dangerous as also havo for Balo farms in this and aw wigrrjiiiiiinmiwwi mwnl iiniiniiuijiinummii Hobson and his men are in San- ¬ of Kentucky is wiinium vote and J H Wesfover was made be soldiering in Cuba adjoining counties These farms are tiago and storming the city may ¬ Vice President in the same manIN If President McKinleys mind is ner Mr Westover nominated R owned by-- parties who wish to sell fatal to them troubled what must -- be 2 the con W Brown of Louisville for Second Below ia a partial list of them i The elder Leiter has arranged to dition of Sagastas Vice President and he was unani- ¬ A Fine Farm near Kennedy 7000000 to pay the losses borrow There are constant night alarms mously chosen Before stopping at Well improved of his son in the recent wheat deal good land in Cadiz The Cadiziansare worse Detroit a visit was paid to Walker- - tered and timbered 160 acreswell wa ville Ontario in response to invi- ¬ Win Smith who died very sud ¬ scared than our Bostonians Price 400 tation denly in Daviess county Saturday It may test the patriotism of heirs An informal but delightful recep- ¬ A Farm of 350 acres on Butter is buspected of having been pois- ¬ to have to pay the war taxes on k importer and Manufacturer- - oft 1 tion followed Messrs Walker milk Road u oned property which they did not earn Sons showing their guests over their Two thirds in fine timber good im In a newly acquired Spanish ter- ¬ extensive establishment Lunch provements well watered 8 miles Miss Arabella Bates a famous woman weighing465 ritory we may succeed in substitut- ¬ was then served on the lawn An from the city Big bargain professional fat Price 900 pounds died at Fort Scott Kan of ing cock fighting for bull fighting appreciative address was made by to by Farm of 106 acres She had been all consumption The Government should send Col R W Brown and responded onBntlcr Road over the world with circuses and Satan of Kentucky to investigate one of the Messrs Walker After Three and one half miles from the museums that Sulphur discovery in Texas many expressions of good will the city well improved good orchard newspaper men took their depart- ¬ snd never failing water New The National reorganization com- ¬ Cruisers are patroling the crop ure leaving for Mackinac to night Price S750 pop ¬ England coast and the bean d mittee of the A farm of 0 acres Ton same road any for ORNAMENTS BAD LUCK 3 J mileB from the city well improv ulists has issued a call for a con- ¬ will be fathered without ed A good poultry or market gar Sept eign interferences vention to meet at Cincinnati den farm in good neighborhood ¬ 5 to nominate candidates for PresiFarmer Leiter now fully realizes Another Defeat for Him at Long Price 100 the tremendous wheat bearing ca dent and Vice President OLARlCSVXT Island Farm of 75 acres on Greenville pacity of the vast territory of the If Gomez will take his men to United States Ky is my solicitor MR F M WHITLOW of Hopkinsville Road New York July 4 The Long t Santiago he can find food for them The skat clubs evidently have Island handicap was the chief event Six miles from tho city The very and also something else for them to nothing to do with silencing cats at Sheepshead Bay Saturday and best place in tho neighborhood do besides eating and taking up RUN YON KENDR1GK was made the favor- ¬ timber sood water buildings orchcats collections Garcias men or neither Certainly the ever are as numerous Ornament Lehman second choice ard and iu a Cue elate of repair and noisy as ite with pnoiaifeTOs op J idle nor unemployed Price 650 The delay was long and tiresome The coincidental Leiter and Hoo The latest from Chickamauga is ley crashes will be no warning to The horses got away in fairly good A very fine little Farm of 37 1 2 acres near Elmo that the Kentucky troops are liable other great financiers AVe shall order with Ornament last On the way around the lower turn Ogden Twenty acres of timber tho remain to Porto Rico It is more never lack to be sent city farmers and GlarksMiUe Tennessee went to the front and was never ing iu high state of cultivation AH probable that they will be sent to promoters tho buildings in good condition headed Ornament and Tragedian attend to some unfinished business We Solicit the Patronage of AH Who Have Tobacco To Sell The Globe Democrats report that made a bold bid for the money in splendid neighborhood at Santiago Price Dewey has been made a D D will the stretch but could not catch the 2200 JPrec Storage to Shippers The government has bought alto-¬ scarcely be credited Dewey is leader and he won in a hard drive 100 acres 5 Miles From City on gether 253 boats since the begin ¬ after Spanish bodies not Spanish by a neck The other two lapped on Cash Advances Made on Consignments Russellvilie Pike ning of the war and has paid over souls nim ri Well improved 15 acres of timber 9000000 for them The smallest 4 Long Island handicap onemiie near church and school J C KENDIUCK Salusmah A hegira of bare headed men to are launches run by naptha or Alaska may be expected It is pos and a furlong- Ogden 117 Hamil- ¬ Price I 51800 electric engines while the largest itively affirmed that there are no ton 10 to 1 wonTragedian 105 I C HANBEItY M PSHRYER 136 acres on Ducker Mill road transports of 8000 tons are Spencer 10 to 1 and 4 to 1 second baldheaded men in this golden ter-¬ Ornament 129 Simms 9 to 5 third 65 acres of bottom land 2 good The Michigan volunteers made ritory houses 2 barns well watered 15 acres Time 154 4 5 close connection with the siege of The prettiest waiter girl is the timber Santiago They were landed at girl that is promptest and most at- ¬ Price SHOO HANBERY The Lost Cause SHRYER Proprs 500 cash balance in one and 2 7 oclock Friday morning and in tentive to the needs of hungry cus- ¬ of a new years at 6 per cent Tho best farm less than two hours were mixed up tomers Mere beauty is not attrac- ¬ The above is the title Railroad St Between Tenth monthly illustrated historical jour- ¬ in tho neighborhood HOPKINSVILE KY in a hot fight in which several were tive to an empty stomach and Eleventh nal devoted to the collection and Besidps these wo have killed They behaved like veter- ¬ j2Caroful attention given to sampling and eclliug all tobacco consigned Milwaukee can no longer dishon- ¬ preservation of Confederate records for salo and will take other farms pleasure in o us Liberal advauces on tobacco in store All ans tobacco insured uulos estly use a St Louis label for Mil- ¬ also Humorous anecdotes Renv showing any of them to parties wish otherwise instructed The Pennsylvania Democrats waukee beer the Federal Court iniscences Deeds of heroism ing to buy Surveys Plata and Ab Efcmwwv straets of purchas have refused to endorse the Demo- ¬ having interfered The St Louis Terrible hardships Battles on era Nowtitle furnished all buy reaj is the time to As the Pennsyl ¬ article has no equal anywhere in Sea and Land cratic platform NAT GAITIIER and the noble estate JAS WEST vania Democrats have never the United States deeds of loyal women of the South Threo tracts of coal landa two been much in evidence at the polls Spain has clearly an accomplish It will also contain a description of of the mines partially developed there really seems to be no good ed fool friend in Gen Flores of Uru- ¬ the events in the war with Spain Vein of coal 5 feet thick flnoBt qual reason why they should not move guay who imagines ity One tract that he and The Lost Cause is beautifully il- ¬ one 175 acres contains 000 acres one to make Republican rule unani- ¬ with large battle within mile Illinois 65 ucresIt All T08AGG0 the Spaniards can overcome the lustrated It COMMISSION MERCHANTS i mous in that State portraits maps etc WJ11 sell at bargains Central easy United States with three or four scenes and on Among the contributors are Gen wijiiia nuru are iorcuncs ior tne additional regiments Col Tom Sherley has lost in his right men Fitzhugh Lee Gordon The author of Sweet Bye and French Rosser S D Lee Butler ¬ contest for the park commissioner Wal For sale or exchange a good pay Liberal advances made on Tobacco Four months storage Free ship with Louis Seelbach in Louis- ¬ Bye has just gone to the land thall Evans McLaws Wheeler ing hotel at tho famous Dawson Unfor- ¬ ville The court holds that Seel- ¬ that is fairer than this Oates Bennett H Young and many Springs Will soli at n bargain or tunately he cannot return to con- ¬ others bach was the regular Democratic 4 1 THE GREAT SUMMER RESORT The Lost Cause should exchange for improved farming land well located firm the very hopeful statements he nominee for the full term and that be in every family in the South For salo a good first class Col Sherley being an independent has given the world in his song The subscription price is very low ing house at Dawson Springs boardDawson Springs Arcadia House Will candidate for a vacancy could not only seventy five cents a year A sell on easy terms or exchange for v Chairman Baruett of the Repub claim the full term because he ran sample copy sent free of charge good notes Tho owners business Dawson Hopkins County Kentucky licen State Committee has sent a of Seelbach ahead to any one addressing a postal compels him to reside elsowhore TIipsq celebrated clmlybcnto circular to the county committees card to The Lost Cause siirttnM arc altuntcdlimrcillMnlr upon 328 30 aero ranch well improvod near rllle and Momiihla division of thoand eH Central railroad fonnnnv it omwmtn tho ouls- Illinois Ohio and directing them to recommend an Cal Thomas the colored janitor Southwestern Kallroad 105 miles westol LouUvlIlo Ky and 68 mllea eaut pi rndugah K y San Diego Cal Will oxchangofor West Green street Louisville The Arcadia llougo lanowand neity furulsthed with capacity of ontcrtftlninlt 00 nnr- in the postollice at Owensboro and election commissioner in each coun- ¬ property in Christian county Ky sons lhoowueraof thohotelaroaBoownersof thoSprlniHnnd fho ii ifU rr tlui Arrntila Invalids should lVmomber that whose place is protected by the ty to serve under the Goebel law Perkins Wants to Fight tho months of Juno and July ofier many advaitaoa to vtnranna Vlaftlnr Mm Hllrlnn a nMifwlrt William Robinson Agt and liquid aajta aro manufactured at thsa Spring This is a complete change of plan For pamphlula ctc apply to civil service rules has had notice Many of our boys have been anx- ¬ N M HOLKMAN CO Iropriotors Office Webber Street ot inefficiency preferred against as the Republicans at first refused ious to take a part in this blood him and will be tried with Col to recognize the law in any way letting in the cause of human liber Hopkinsville Ky Josh Powers as his counsel He holding it to be unconstitutional ty but preferred to go in a homo v W G WnuntEiir V X9V Faxon charges that the Republicans only Since they have lost out on the company Hon V Perkins is nowj want to get rid of him because he prison bill they are uuwilling to at work takingnames of all de take any chances with the Goebel siring to join and will raise a conv I The Present Crisis is a Democrat law that would leave them without pany to join Colsons reciment aricf A Henderson dispatch says It representation many homes in our community will Tobacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants Grain Dealers moving day in the Henderson waB have a more lively interest than THEPOSHIISPATGH Named Three Democrats telephone business Saturday as it I ever before Scbree Herald Fire Proof Warehouse oon nossnLLVirxE and rsts Is the Only was the date fixed by the grocers The Democratic Committee of to dispense with their phones Hopkins county met Saturday for Hopkinsvlle St Mollis Paper L N TIME TABLfc They were all taken out The the purpose of deciding upon three Liberal Atlvanoe on Consignments AH Tobacco dont us Oovorod by Insurance yith Its Own Staff Correspondents TRAINS B00TI1 butchers of the city are reported to election commissioners for Hopkins nt all Points of Interest be following in the footsteps of the county and recommending them to No 55 Hopkinsville Ac 615 a m At XIavann grocerymen in telephone matters the State election officers Mr Sylvostor Scovol nu vo rusi uiuu ouu a in At Madrid- It was given out on ffood authority Messrs RBBradley of Madison No SiFast Mail 518 pm 11 rl6 p nr MrTA E Eloufrhtou that they were circulating a peti ¬ ville Dr E T Almon of Mortons No 91 NO Limited At Washington tion similar to that signed by the Gap and W W Cato of Dawson MAINS NORTH Ill klQllJU 4UUBIW grocerymen asking for cheaper were the ones recommended for the No 92 Chicago Limited 986 a m HopkhisvUlo Kentucky At New York rates This petition it is said commissioners No 52 St Lou Er mail 101 8a m Mr Morton Walkius lC5tnteoasioiJ3Q8jinjB 1 No 56 Hopkinsville Ac 825 p m wst numerously signed Several Kolwt hoim mhooU Elvn sblo hikI oxKriuou taaohers A No 45 Fast Line 948 p m Blanks to be Tried thr parties not included in the THE NKWflOF TfK TWi IK Ihorotitfk oouf n Anownt tnd Lodru Upuagoti Epglh Hathetnat Maahrllle Aooommodaliou rfefc not ran cb of busl Bob Blariks the colored rapist tnucUy twe abowf Afymed classes losorftiio Mtiir 4r KlaeuUqo hikI PliyaioHl OultUre Ooliei Ukft rroi Worth bound 8t THE POSTV PISPATCH rtory aud Primary dinrieut Eloolrlo LftrhU and Ko and WW tttfs metfl have intimated that they Will be taken from Louisville to rolnhT4lirouU LOHlH M4 OttlCMlfO M1 VrlB Water tbrouyb building AppoiMtmoutgqpd iZ faeo gtxxl health perfect ud St had fotteo enough of hifrh tele-- Mayfield for trial to day under to OhlMM aupa LouU oUa ad Amuih 16 r rast una wuta a week uvea days if d ittiaiqgue at riopperi uaij at- lwuoriut atnttnur AiogS8 uhttie rates and would m all prop a guard of a company of soldiers coin- - mm MiMua mm wraui tji raumui im urereq uy uuoii euouu a m MRifeMlMfe EUMUijI M bUnvordftc 10 T -- gusSCRXTTIOX KATES 35 Per Week P - Month f m Advance Peh Yeah in Aipance 100 Advance Peb 3 Months in ESTATE AGENT The Largest Fire Insurance Company in the eWorld Does the Largest Hjisincsn in the Stale of Kentucky t Uoca tho Lnrgoat Husinessin tho SouthcrnStatf BAEBEE CASTLEMAN i i ESTABLISHED 1852 tf SAMUEL HODGSONj Mar Grranite v Monximeiite hleJ middle-of-the-roa- T AJKLTS ETC LIi TEN NESSEE ¬ G entral Tobacco Warehouse ¬ - PEOPLES WAREHOUSE ¬ Gaither VVESf t HOKlNSVimSKY ¬ 1898 1898 ¬ Wheeler Mills Co rCy BETHEL FEMALE COLLEGE ptQmlx J a -- - KSI --T 6 S f M HI l BASEBALL SPECIAL 4 k Items from Pom -- RESULTS OP YKTBUIAVOAIES Louisville 4 Chicago j Cincinnati 7 10 St Louis SATURDAYS KJiSULTS 57 Cincinnati fpfilncle1pliia 4 Balllnfbre 0 Louisville jcieyeland fl Boston 1 New York 8 Chicago 0 ynshington 9 St Loute h BrcpUlyn 3 Pittsburg 2 v s how - TIIKY STANDI Chilis t - -- Cincinnati Cleveland Boston Baltimore Chicago- f T 38vlT25 r t 35 37 33 31 27 26 25 22 22 Won Lost A4 X23 24 38 25 28 30 PiC 657 609 003 583 569 524 -- 500 Pittsburg New York Brooklyn w 3i 31 34 Philadelphia Washington Louisville St Louis f65 33 v 39 44 45 TO DAY 591 333 328 SCHEDULE FOR Louisville at Cincinnati Cleveland at Chicago Philadelphia at Baltimore Boston at New York St Louis at Pittsburg Brooklyn at Washington Pon Ky July 2 Brother Rogers closed a weeks meeting at New And the New Matliews Sewing Machine Barren Springs last Sunday ONLYWheat threshing is in progress this weelftvUJhe yield is good Misses Bertha and Lillie Good arm Sewing Machine ii of Iron Hill is visiting relatives here thisMvcek WitlrnlP tho latest mi Corn ingrowing very fast If we provemontB can have plenty of rain there will be a good crop this year Tho boat Mncliino for the liliss Ellen Kings horse threw leaBt monoy over manufacr her as she was returning from Sun ¬ ured day School last Sunday evening Fortunately she did not get hurt Light running noiseless very bad Bimplojdurablo Mr M D Hord was the first farmer to carry new wheat to mill Every Machine warranted from here His crop was good 10 years Mrs Mattie Kelly is very sick this week A 50 Machine for for 21 and freight prepaid Virginia Barnes is still on Mrs the sick list Cash mviBt accompany al Mr L B King is sick this week orders lie had a hemorrhage from the lungs last Wednesday evening SlKUlFICATIONS wheel to keep dress from getting onwhcol Attachn cuts Aie tho famous Johnsons sot His oldest daughter Miss Albina Tho Head Is five and one Half lnohcs hlci In ft tin box and consists of tucker miller md eight and one half Inches long inside fourhemmera binder qullter foot hommor is also sick measurement This is as high as any family ondfcllerunder braider and sheerer oil can not bo confounded crew paper six Tobacco worms are getting very machine mado andormustcalled high arm ma and oil twothumb drivers guagobobbinsbook of so with tho medium of needles screw and ohlnes Tho bend plate seta into or level with directions plentiful just now The weed is tho tabic The Furniture Is well mado highly pol- Tho Needle Is straight self nctlng Hat on lllCd and eloimnt in nnnpnrntion All Hipop growing very fast It will be ready me Hide and cannot be set wrong 21 The Kentuckian i Year it late r LJi- FREE FOR - 221 Mi Hi War r y v I T ATA7G HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reliable war news 11 y 3 i ¬ to top soon Miss Selina Cavanaugh is getting Two Holidays along very well at this writing The stock exchange was closed Honey Bee to day and last Saturday The re- ¬ port for Friday is here given Church Hill Items CUICAGO MARKET Opg Higt Closing Church Hill July 2 The farmers 7G are very busy threshing wheat 77 July Wheat 73X 70 70 Sept Wheat 68 tf Miss Edna Adams returned to- ¬ 32 31 32 Com July day from Howell where she has 33 33 Sept Corn 32X been visiting relatives Miss Sivley 20 20 20 Sept Oats accompanied her 9 67 9 72 Sept Pork 9 70 The singing school will meet at 5 45 5 45 Sept Lard 5 45 South Union church next fourth 5 42 5 42 Sept Ribs 5 42 Sunday New VorkStocIcKiuid Cotton Opg Higt Closing Mrs Fox Holloway is spending the week at Mr Howard Stowes 6 04 6 09 Aug Cotton 6 08 1 20 Mr Dan Owsley has been seen Am Tob 1 19tf 1 20 99 99 Chicago Gas 99 trading apples lor peaches over 1 05 1 05 Q 1 04 Mr Smithsons fence C B 51 52 52 L N Mr Robert McGaughey and Mr 1 05 1 05 Manhattan 1 04 John Adams go to the doctors real 1 32 1 33 1 32 Sugar often I wonder if they really want 25 25 Coal Iron L25 to see the doctor Chicago KeccliUs To day Miss Florence Major is visiting 5 Cars Wheat the Misses Gary 333 Cars Corn v Miss Queeny Moss has just re- ¬ KstliniiW llocclpta To morrow I 12 Cars turned to her home near Bennetts Wheat v I 385 Cars town from a visit to Miss Carrie 1 Corn 150 Cars King Oats Hog niarltet I wonder why Edna loves pie so t 17000 well Hogs To morrow VuO I TheBhuttlo Is open on the end cylinder hapo and absolutely self threading The Bearings Are all steel well fitted and idlustablc Self threading The machine Is and no hole to put tho thread through except tho eye of the needle Tho Feed Is positive In action and has no iprings togetout oforder Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind tho oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread The Stitch Is donbte lock stitch Tho same on both sides and will not ravel Cuir bo lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty stitches to the inch ThcTensIon Is a flat spring tension and ad justable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nlokle plated and has a looso wheel attached to operate bobbin winder without running machine Tho Movement Is tho celebrated eccentric movements posltivoin action and fewer work- ¬ ing parts than any maohlno on tho market lhe Stand Has largo balance wheel hangs on two adjustablo centers Tho treadle is large and hangs in cono centers and all lost motion can no tauenup asters under omjii end and can bo easily moved A nice dress guard over ¬ machines will bo sent out with oak furniture unless walnut is specified Eaoh machine has a iock to tiie drawers and cover nice nickel plate drop rings to all drawers All machines are well packed and crated ill AD OUil GUARANTEE Th New Mathows Machlno is warranted 10 years from dato of purchase and thirty days trial of It If perfect and entire satisfaction is not given tho machine may bo rcshlppcd to to us at our expense and the money paid us will be tcfunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what ¬ ever In puichastng the New Mathews Machine You har thirty days trial of it in your own homo and If for any reason you should wish to return the machine it may co shipped to us at our expense and the money will bo re funded All communications regarding tho Now Mathews Machine should be addressed to The Daily i Kenm icKians 2 ¬ t CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky w Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad yant to wit A Modem High arm first class Sowing Machino with alt late improvements and of first class material and good workmanship including the best aud latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instruc tions accompanies 6 very machine ¬ Description ot the Improved New Alathews Machine This machiuo is manufactured with the view of supplying a long felt prefer poatoflice monoy order registered letter express money ordes or Now York Exchange Individual checks un less certiliea to will not be received wo In making your remittance 8k S rV Light Mixed Heavy- v- r loway boys I wonder whyJjPyApyes birds Hopkinsvillc ProduceTlarket The Sewing Circle met at the Casji prices pnid by HopkiuBvillo home of Misses Birdie and Annie merchants 4 Stowe Friday afternoon The fol- ¬ n uncou lowing were present Dams country 810c Mary Lou Gary Edith Williams 4A5Jc Birdte Stowe Edna Adams Pearl t Shoulders Sides n7c Gregory Nellie Boyd Annie Stowe Lni d Mary Smitshon Mary Sivley Lida Cou Grary Bessie Gary Gertrude Gary jfueJAj and Mary Gregory -- - 377 I wonder why Will Gary has so H380 much company especially the Hol- ¬ 385 HOT This famous Kentucky SUMMER is now open for guests under U i The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and every department of the paper is supplied with a uatwnnl news service that cannot be surpassed in all -- i RESORT Western tucky Ken- - NEW MANAGEMENT A practical hotel man has been selected to direct affairs Special at toutiou given to tho cuisiuo Many improvements have beon mado in the hotel and surroundings Hotel rates icasonablo A pleasant time in store for you Rooms bright aud well ventilated A Bplondid hand of musifj in itttondauce Daily delivered In the city 10 V a tts RATES Per leek vrs tri rri jcmjCriliBI m11liWl Grand Ball Every Friday Higlit During tlic Season EScrar If New feathers Beeswax Tallow Ginseng per lb Houoy Tub washed wool Q reased r Vll5l7Jd 7c V iGllttl 611 212 S Main 2 Tele 99 BY MAIL 2o28c 1821e 2c 2225 7A8c 1 26o V 18 8o Poultr- yY J9 ehiokehsVlive per xioostors Grain Clovor per bushel Corn Wheat -- dozl59l80 - 2c senger frtwh a special correspond- ¬ Live atouk ent nogs 4 Capt Fcland arrived home yes f T 52 C03r0 Shoop j f a report- ¬ 2B0 1 terday and when seen by Ctittlo in the there CalveB 33504 er said seht outwas no truthenlisted he had report that Hiib nud Futa as a sergeant in an Ohio company Gioou liidbs i 67o Capt Fcland did not say what 7je Greon oalted hicloa at Chickamaugfa Dryllibt lPl2o his business waswas in quest of a but it is said he Vogotablos staff appointment but found no va ¬ Now potatoos por buoliel 0D75o cancies to his taste Corn Bholled V t - 53 45o 00o 50c in ADDRESS Capt Fcland Returns Ex Capt John Fcland paid the c3K--srs6isr regiment a visit this week lie 37made a few speeches and recited a few poems and left us last night The Bradley gang in Kentucky can say anything they want about John but he is a good fellow and I dont believe ever did a mean thing A serious handicap to in his life standing in with Bradley and his his crowd is that he has some sense and knows how to read and write Until you have seen my new line of imported mZ The above paragraph appeared 3-xa57-O- ra Springs sspzEBizbra s co Daily One Month Daily Three Months Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition 1 35 100 400 yr 200 I Dont Do a Thing I I 5 The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive typo and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained yesterdays Owcusboro Mes ¬ SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS guarantee QUALITY i35o STYLE and WORKMAN- - ¬ anir uiu uesi inai money cun secure No 14 South Main J L Tobill Tailor OKAYvly rroa 3 S SUbSCribG NOW 3 And Get Tke New -- 5 uiuuiUiiuuuu auuiiuuiauuiiuu aBBWiBWtaaaniiiraaawwiirfiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiigaBni Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office In the Ken ¬ I Henderson Doctor Appointed 2iS85o Dr O W Rash Jr of Hender ¬ Florida1 son has been appointed a surgeon Flour niail in the United States army and was Patent por bbl W 25 ordered Saturday to report Monce Stanford per bbl 3 75 v for service jjtFort Monroe Dr MaiBiiii1i 1T ssrtt iiy rt Rash will probably beoneifrf th 40 A T Cabbage por bond Watonnolonur- - S6o The QAHimk Sooy A Excelsior Steatn Lscundry llHpu9VOHAXMV n 1 Trans BACRAWFonn Manngor tuckian Building- first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone - Do all kinds of laundry and - - 99 2 Address 11 Dye vMork - -- it iirgeonsTi8kQd fpr - r ti Hi ii Mi vU towjUatarkJfi 0 S or immediate assignnnt witli his Kspital corps Dr W Mf WiKa of tltis city GeTirfSfiafter WftSWPWitAugttrtft uu may I Wngon wiH oll for and delivor your vprk to ttjy pnrt of tho city Agents wanted at tributary points Dlooomite liberal Ad dress all ooinmunioRttoiia nd Sotioit Vpur Ptronf Ota iiic lam Pifiskr HOPKINSVILLE KY Excelsior Steam Lnundry Co t fffTi- - ij ul vwt PE 0 SHOT BIETWIGE AlwWB Stofs wo BuiPisfof - A CLOSE CALL AFamily of CoJtrcd Children Ov SUNDAY Al- jiff ADRRlCm Kf TEACHERS ASSIGNED 80TEI LATHAM SOU ftgkt TtafMRtf Ddtars fiEAMNB WCK Simc LCSfiw kls frFa Ofrkeys jm most sjk Mmci Alive terriWe Sttrm Devaifo Souther Put i the ttrr it r PrtKc Scb Be WM fa Utdmpifc Briftff jfrc Two 7mm Mtt m ikt Tins W m i Aj Track Hmtr Paducakt - did the Shooting Rescued frem the Building at the Win Last Moment The House Friday Night in the 1 0 GHmore Bell Neighborhood Destroyed A cabin on a lot belonging to Mr CortLeavell was burned Sunday It was oc ¬ morning at about 130 col cupied by Geo Hawkins Hawkins and his wife went away locking in their children They re- ¬ turned just in time to see the flames breaking out of the root They saved the children with considerable difficulty one being rescued just before the house fell in The property loss is small and was covered by insurance Trees Uprated Fences ami Build ings Destroyed ami Craps Greatly wVflRJPfVW Lf0 CwHT3 WWW U BW i Rssmg Whkk They by Jm C LatlwirKf Principal Owner of tU Tw M Wtm BiwHy HitfjSpi 3tm4y AoKZmL OM md 5everal Dmi y 4 vyiK Occtpy the Hetd L cpldrcd man One shot took effect in the leg and the other in the wrist Oldham was disabled and had to be taken to his home but his in- ¬ juries are not especially dangerous The parties met in the road near Gilmores house and after a few words got into a row and the shoot ¬ ing followed was J far as known Oldham MRS GANT DEAD not armed Gilmore is a married man Oldham is unmarried and about 21 years Wife of the President of the Bank old of Hopkinsville Gilmore was arrested in Clarks ville and brought to jail hereto day Mrs Minerva Gant wife of Mr by Constable FrankRives H C Gant President of the Bank of Hopkinsville died at her home PERSONAL GOSSIP on Main Leslie Oldham a white man was hnt twice near Bell Ky last Fri- Ar rhrhihv William Gilmore- a - A terrible wind storm swept over The Public School Board of Trus a large portion of the Southwestern tees WW their regular monthly partof the county Sunday after-¬ meeting Saturday night Supt McCartney submitted his noon doing great damage to crops aaattal report showing the general orchards and fences It came on about 4 o clock and conditio of the schools for the past was accompanied by a deluge of year aad making- recommendations for the coming year The enroll rain and a terrific hail storm country from Soaring ment was 805 aa increase of 51 The Springs to Beverly suffered most over the highest figures of previous The average attendance All along the track of the storm years fences were blown down trees up shows an increase of 13 per cent - street Saturday night after a brief but painful illness of cholera morbus aged 63 years Mrs Gant was a Miss Thompson and was born near Liberty Mo She was married to Mr Gant in 1858 and since then her home had been in this city where her noble christian life is familiar to every one Three children were born of this marriage of whom only one Archie Gant survives Her many estimable traits of character as neighbor christian wife and mother were familiar to all She was a life long member of the Presbyterian church The fu- ¬ neral services were held at the res- ¬ idence at 10 oclock this morning r Rev W- - L Nourse officiating The Fair view remains were then laid to rest in HERE AND THERE Hopewell cemetery Mrs Roe of Kansas City Mo The post office and all thebanks Mrs Gants sole surviving relative Petree arrived here this morning and will will be closed next Monday Miss Alice Lander has returned remain some time Work has begun on the scaffold from a lengthy visit to relatives in upon which Tom Hay den isitq be RELIGIOUS DFBATE Paducah hanged at Hartford next Monday Mrs E M Sherwood and chil- ¬ Rev S N Vail wishes to sellhi8 sr dren are spending the day with Between Eld T D Moore and fine family mare with buggy Twill relatives in Evansville Rev J S Chandler dispose of her at a bargain Perf-¬ Miss Cam el i a Wallis has gone to ectly szfe for a lady to drive St Louis to spend the summer with Elder T D Moore of the Chris Dr Caradine of St Louis will tian church and Rev J S Chand- ¬ her sister Mrs W D Marlowe f begin a Holiness camp meeting Mrs A W Meacham of Gracey ler of the Methodist church will near Mt Herman church in ToUd fV jgjk visited her daughter Mrs T E engage in a religious discussion at county on July 22 It will last ten Sharon Grove Todd county this Bartley Sunday week The debate will begin Tues Misses Lizzie and Rebecca Wil- - day morning at ten oclock and Have you seen those handsome son of Madisonville are visiting continue three days souvenir plates at Moayans They Miss Eva Johnson on High street The following propositions will contain handsome pictures of tEe battleship Iudiana the cruisers A J Meador and little son be discussed Mrs 1 Water baptism is for the re Nashville and New York the will go to Madisonville to morrow to spend several weeks with rela- ¬ mission ofsins dynamitc cruiser Vesuvius and the 2 Sprinkling or pouring of wa- ¬ ill fated battleship Maine in the tives in that place ter upon a proper subject by a center They have them on exhi Judge W P Winfree and wife J P Tate T J Tate Herbert proper administrator is Christian tion and will give them away as premiums Fruit Gabe Payne and Clyde Hill baptism i went to Chickamauga Satu rday Yesterday afternoon physicians A Great Success Miss Nora Bryant a pretty and The opening ball at Cerulean performed a successful operation accomplished young lady of Ceru- ¬ Friday night was a very brilliant upon Lee Owen who is sick at the lean returned home Sunday after affair in every respect and was residence of J W McGehee suffer- a visit of several days to relatives greatly enjoyed by the large crowd ing with appendicitis Mr Owen was placed under the influence of here of young people present About anesthetics and stood the operation Bob Farleigh Vincent Crabb 150 persons were registered at the as well as was expected He suf- ¬ Clark Tandy Laurie Gant and hotel Following is a partial list fered much last night but was Ewell Bowles went to Evansville of those present from this city resting some better to day Mrs E B Long and MissesIIar Indiana this morning to celebrate His friends hope for his early recov- ¬ riet Long Ritchie Burnett Frances Dewey Day ery Clarksville Times ¬ Ben Newman who has been with Jennie and Grace Barr Lula Rus Latham for several years started sell and the Misses Greer and The Endeavor Convention a Sunday night for White Sulphur Messrs Geo H Smith L C Rags The Christian Endeavor Conven Springs Va where he will run a dale Harry Bryan Jim Hooser tion the largest religious bodyjin and John Winfree Foot cycle Academy for the season the world will meet in Nashville Mr Harry G Tandy and bride CHRISTIAN COUNTY COLTS Wednesday and quite a large dele of Paducah arrived in the city gation will be iq attendance from Saturday and are visiting the fami ¬ Several of It is the first time this Them Sold In New York this city ly of Mr D A Tandy They will great convention has held a meet¬ at Good Prices return to Paducah Tuesday even ¬ ing in the South and next yearns ing and take rooms at the Palmer meeting is to be held in London House Dr M W Williams John H Many men of national and inter- ¬ White and Clay Pyle left June 23 national prominence are on the pro- ¬ Mrs Mary P Ware Mis Daisy Rice Prof A C Kuykendall and with seven of Dr Williams year¬ gram during the convention day Supt L McCartney will attend the ling colts to be sold which are from the 6th to the 11th Mr White returned Sunday bring ¬ National Educational Association inclusive in Washington this week Mrs E ing the news that the colts had all Last Weeks Weather W McKenzie and Miss Mattie been sold at prices averaging 500 Walker who are already in Vi- ¬ The highest price paid was 1100 From official records kept by Mh Mr W P Norton who sold a rginia wljl also attend J M Howe number of colts got 1600 for his WOHKST IOWK8T R4INVALL best one Stricken With Paralysis V0 90 Xrlonday 10 The sale was made at Sheepg Tuesday 71 The report reached here yester Q9fC M y64 91 day that Mr D G Wiley had been head Bay N Y Wednesday 00 picket with paralysis at Dawson Thursday 4 92 Remmbr the rialne Friday 00 67 aau wwfr J precarious couuicon Place to t your fine Merchant Saturday 97 T 70 W The eMf r Xeier ha arranged ft Tailoring i by Ifowrijfht JjtU Sunday M theSo barrpwmWW u IkilUifH made for Attorney Jehn Kelly of Cadiz is in the city to day Mr H B Cosby of Dixon was in the city this morning Rev W K Piner has returned from Bowling Green - Miss Marie Boyd of Eddyville was in the city yesterday Mrs J D Ware and children are visiting friends near Gracey Miss Patty Bnrtley is visiting Mrs J P Meacham at Gracey Mr H A Moseley has gone to Earlington on a visit to relatives Mr and Mrs T J Baynham of Kennedy spent Sunday in the city with relatives Mrs Gunthcr of Otvensboro is visiting her daughter Mrs T N reported blocking roads and crops deluged with the water and in many cases almost ruined Ed W Stegars fine apple or chard near ueveriy was almost a complete wreck H H Tilleys buggy was in the church yard at Herndon aad was blown 20 feet into a deep gully and utterly wrecked Jno D Joness barn near Bever ly was blown down crushing two binders and killing a fine cow His crops were also very badly dam- ¬ v aged Wheat ras scattered in many fields and some of the- - bundles flooded away Miles and miles of rail fences were blown down and crops left ex-¬ Growing corn was leveled posed with the ground and tobacco in low lands was covered with mud and beaten into the ground The damage will amount io thou ands of dollars On Saturday eveninga similar storm but not sosevereocciirredin the eastern part of the county near rooted in many instances over lastycar Although the schools were largely increased they were handled with the same corns of teachers and without additional expense The Superintendent also an nounced the assignment of teach ers which was confirmed by the Board - FrMfc Master Commissioner Rives yesterday raoraing sold i front of the court house door tile magnificent Hotch Latham which has been closed since last Decem ¬ ber It was sold last winter bringing 10000 being bought in by the Bank of Hopkinsville and others This time the right of rederaptioa was bought by Jno C Latham for 5500 making the total price 15500 Paducah July 4 Sbecial A collision occurred on the disastrous iHinoisiCentrai railroad at the Gar risoa creek bridge seven miles east 6i this city yesterday at 320 Vclock A regular freight train train carrying empty coal cars ing cast on the long trestle over gng west loaded with coal met a go the Assignment of Teachers HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT Mr Latham was the principal owner of the hotel which cost originally with its furnishings 105 000 It is by long odds the finest hotel in the State and was the pride of the city until it was closed It was carrying a heavy interest debt and failed to makeexpenscs on Vice Principal Miss Lelia Mills will teach English Science and History Miss Julia Arnold Room 8 Math- ¬ ematics Latin and History Miss Hattie Dietrich Room 7 Mathematics and Science NOW OPEN Miss Albertine Wallis Room 6 English and History Is the Chalybeate Springs Hotel Mrs Berta Gant German at ebree Clay School Room 5 Grade 8 Miss Lula I wish to inform the people of Hop- ¬ kinsville and all others who wish Graves Room 12 Grade 7 Miss Adelia to visit at Sebree Springs that my house is now open after undergo ¬ Clifton Room 11 Grade 7 Miss Susie ing repairs to visitors andfurther more that I have special arrange- ¬ Rutherford Room 10 Grade 6 Miss Daisy ments with train No 52 going north to stop regularly at the Rice Room 9 Grade 5 Miss Edna springs to accommodate visitors My rates range from 5 to 7 per Smythe RoomX Grade 5 Mrs Mary week Children under ten half price Address Ware G L Duij Room 4 Grade 4 Miss Mabel 30000 Sebree Springs Ky Dryer It is Telieved that Engineer Ropm 3 Grade 3 Miss Mary Thompson thought he was meeting Hobson and his men are in San- ¬ Walker the passenger train and remained tiago and storming the city may be on his engine with the hope of sav ¬ Room 2 Grade 2 Miss Ruth Penn to ing many lives Rooml Grade 1 MrsTS W Mc- - fatal them Kenzie f Virginia School We are going to quit Room 4 Grade 4 Miss Dora ¬ ¬ f- that account At the time it closed it was doing nicely under Mr W A Wilgus management and paying its expen- ¬ ses but for its back debts What Mr Lathanfs intentions are in regard to the hotel- - are not known He will probably arrange to re open it at once creek Both were going at full jSped Engineer Jake Thompson who was on the train going east was killed He was thrown off the trestle and crushed to death be nelh a caf of coal Only one hand coiiid be seen when a search for him was made James Scott of Madisonville Ky who was stenl ing a ride was fatally injured his lungs being ruptured and otherwise seriously injured Henry Reeves fireman was painfully in jured John Bryant brakeman was hurt Conductor Harry Wil stach Engineer A J Farlej and R L Moore fireman were also painfully injured All except En gineer Thompson who was killed outright were injured by jumping from the train Garrison creek bridge is between two steep grades and both trains were running at the rate of forty miles per hour The train going west was obeying orders and was on time The other train should have stopped at Clarks Station one quarter of a mile west of where the accident occurred Both engines are a total wreck Twenty nine empty cars and five loaded cars were plunged off the trestle in a mass andT are a total wreck This makes about half a dozen terrible wrecks at the Garrison creek bridge and the place is regarded with superstition by railroad men The loss will be about ¬ Leichhardt Room 3 Grade 3 Miss Lida B -- profit Making Donaldson Room 2 Grade 2 Grade 1 Mrs-Rosa Bramham Room 1 Miss Lottie McDaniel County Court flatters J A Robinson was appointed administrator of Stephen Dulin deceased He qualified and gave bond with R A Long as security Esq Thomas M Barker was ap pointed Deputy County Clerk S H Campbell was appointed Deputy Constable in North Hop- ¬ kinsville District riaster Commissioners Sales FONR is 30 DAYS it and exactly one month earner than usual we inaugurate our Grand Clearafiypale of seasonable goods This sale will commence Master Commissioner made the following sales to day R L Long one sixth interest in 32 acres of land near Herndon to Henry Poindexter 35 Mrs S A E Jones 140 acres iiear Elmo to John Jones 1700 Henry Long and wife 43 acres near Fruit Hill another tract of CO acres 30565 Henry Owen 36M acres near Bainbridge to J E CHborn 10 Sallie F Reeves 100 acres G miles east of Hopkinsville to W P Quarles 225 Alfred Covington and wife tract of land near Gracey to Globe B and L Association 400 Emma Gee 10 acres riearBen nettstown to W P Winfree 90 1 and will close Saturday June 18 thus giving you an op- portunity to buy your spring goods at greatly reduced Each day during this sale will bring forth many Rives prices wed MAY 18 GREAT BARGAINS and those who do not come during this Laic wall miss an opportunity of a lifetime In addition to the ex- ¬ treme low prices we offer we have an elegant line of FURNITURE consisting of Book Cases Table Scrochs Rocking Chairs Writing Desks Hat Racks and Medicine Cabi nets These articles are elegant and will jtfiorn any home and are free Remember Our Motto More for your money than AntiochjMrs 600 S D Wilkerson 53 acres near Emma C Gaither Wm ¬ The lastnamed tract of land was sold by UrTplm B Russell Special Corararstkrier Qr your money buck n ny other house Yours truly tC6Q0 5 4ay 1 ltojtiM ItL ijnzsitii ffW Wi j j ilc 7302 uvywu ciopca irom jjamew to jufnt aoa wr uianvuie i Elopd to Clarkivllle Mr Albert Frftt and Mks Jettis Leyton daughter of JCsq M V B D IV iaLJJm liwpQJPV IMP Mm Jm JjB tfii JrtfeiJro- - W ay mm