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V Read The DailyKeni UGkian 10 Cts a Week TTW Jattu Jentuchian HOPKINSVILLE KY SATURDAY AFTEMOOK JULY 9 Sfc MiWitiNIHl IMIMU UVB NEWS On Every Page We Set The Pace VOL 1 HO 63 1898 PEIOE 2 CENTS 9 AFTER Next Tuesday Spain Will See Us That is The Day Set for Commodore Watson To HOTEL LATHAM The Recent Sale ConfirmcdlBy Circuit Court STRANGER SLUGGED A Tramp With a Distinguished Name in Jail Ifti - NOON To day the Hour Set For Bombardment Report That Battle Was Begun v u fir Latham Now the Sole tKi Owner Charged and WillRe opcn the House n the Eariy Fall V With Sandbagging a Stronger From Hndcnsvllie Kentucky Sail For Spain PEACE TAIK STOL INDUUiED IN Navy Department expects Commodore Watsons squadron to sail for the Spanish coast next Tuesday but possibly there may be a delay until Wednesday Washington July Â¬ Peace Jalk at Three Points The Italia says negotiations have been Special Rome July 9 The opened by European cabinets with a view to arranging- peace best intentions have been manifested at Washington the papers say but Madrid opposes the idea - The sale the Hotel Latham property was confirmed in Circuit Court Friday and the affairs of rthe hotel will be straightened outstatj once The property sold for 10- 000 to the banks and Mr John c Latham bought the right of i re demption for 5500 Mr Latham will pay down the cash and satisfy the banks at a total expense of 15500 He originally put 50000 intotHe property and this will make it cost him about 66000 He will at once make many improvements prepar- Â¬ atory to re opening the hotel early in the fall This work will be be Â¬ gun without delay hr The changes will be important and will remedy some great defects in the building An elevator will but in the win Â¬ dows may be lowered as some of them are four or five feet from the floor and the wash room may be moved to a larger room Mr Latham will spare no ex-Â¬ pense to make the hotel a success and it will resume business upon an entirely safe basis and can be made a paying investment The bondholders will realize about 40 cents on the dollar on their bonds amounting to 35000 bf Parties going home from the council meeting last night encoun- Â¬ tered i very excited young man who said his name was Jesse Har- Â¬ ris and that he lived at Hadens- yille Ky He was without a hat anu nis iace was uruiseu anu ins hair disheveled He said he was walking on the railroad near the trestle making his way from Evansville home on foot when he was stopped by two tramps one of whom knocked him down with what seemed to be a sandbag and when he recovered consciousness his hat was gone He had 75 cents concealed in his in- Â¬ side vest pocket that had not been found Afterwards Denied at -- IP the Department il SHELLS ARE BELIEVED TO BE FLYING Officers Greer and Lander were sent to investigate and found two suspicious characters in a box car They were taken in charge and Washington Jnly 9 Special Nothing has been receiv Harrishat was found in the pos- Â¬ s session of one of them who gave ed up to II oclock to indicate that the plans for the bombard his name as Robb Burns of New prleans The other was named ment at Santiago to day will not be carried out The battle is Mike OBrien Both were held till morning and tried before Judge expected at noon unless lens Linares and Toral decide to sur- iLeavell GET NEWiHONORS Madrid dispatches bring denials toSpecial They de- Â¬ day trom the Ministry that peace negotiations are pending Lawton for Maj Gen and Coi clare further that Santiago will withstand attack to the last Wood for Brig Qen the bombardment was begun Secretary Day and other officials Special Washington July 9 DISSATISFIED SOLDIERS is known about peace at the State Department insist that nothingofficial Washington July Washington July 9 250 Special Gen Shafter has cabled that negotiations Among the nominations which One Whole Company Wants to i Gen Linares offered to surrender under certain conditions which the will be sent to the Senate to day be Transferred department refused to make public now will be that of Brig Gen Gen Law Mauzanillo Pando is The President has directed a reply that the surrender must be un- Â¬ ton to be Major General and Col Chickamauga Park Ga July 9 9 Information to the contrary it can be Leonard Wood to be Brigadier Special Siboney July Eighty nine members conditional At 145 Corbin hurried to the White House with a telegram Special Gen Lawton is now in He is at Manzanillo witli General but refused to talk Gen Pando ishot at Santiago stated that Â¬ command of a division before San- of Company H this morning preIt is supposed it was from Shafter in reference toSantiago his entire force The only reinforcements that have arrived since the tiago and Col Wood commands the sented a petition to Col Castleman in be- Â¬ On Shafters recommendation Young and Kent have been promoted Americans landed were two bodies of 1000 men each who went First regiment of volunteer caval- Â¬ requesting a transfer to another of the soldiers is generally ry Roosevelts Rough Riders to Major Generals The health fore tfeuwas surrounded company The company to which a l goodWfWfe is considerable malarial fever The wounded are all l transfer was desired was not nam Cloudburst at Kennedy Bombardment Has CammptirpA doing well ed and no reason was assigned for w Special Kennedy Ky July 9 the request The boys are very re- Â¬ The heaviest rain for years fell New York July 9 Special The Mail and Express says Oil be Prosecuted Weyler here last night and streams arc out ticent about the affair Col Castle authority of one of Algers official aides it is learned that the bombard Â¬ man has as yet taken no action on of the banks Whole fields of wheat ment has commenced Indications are that the government is Special Madrid July 9 the subject The company was or in lowlands are under water and undecided whether to instruct Toral to yield or resist longer Gen acres aud acres of tobacco are also ganized at the commencement of the be arrested soon and an inquiry made into his A Spanish Steamer Destroyed Weyler will probably of many covered Great damage is sure to war scare and is composed of the operations in Cuba and the situation in the Philip recent criticisims Louisresult not only to the wheat but to of the members of the famous Key West July 9 Special Officers bn the Havana blockade His arrest has been ordered by Gen Correa Minister of War nines ville light infantry It is one of the the growing crops bring a story of the destruction of a Spanish steamer believed to be- the government He will be vigorously prosecuted by the very best in the regiment Its offi Villriverde from Mexico with munitions and supplies for Blanco It Aas Blanks On Trial cers are John Cowles Captain Mayfield Ky July 9 Special Hardwick and Morris Lieutenants chased by the Hawk and beached and afterwards sunk Were Killed and Wounded One Bob Blanks was carried before court yesterday for trial acTHE COUNCIL MEETS It is estimated that the Spanish losses companied to the door by the comSpecial We May Have Teutonic Havana July 9 The trial is near Santiago July 1 and 2 were 900 killed and wounded out of 1800 en- Â¬ pany of soldiers ChicagoJuly 9 Special ThcGerman Amcricans have started to being conducted behind locked To Hear Back Minutes Read for gaged to purchase a battleship for the United States no one in the room exdoors with raisc4000000 If Several flonths Past cepting those directly connected bought it will be naned the Teutonic with the trial The Uncas Works Shell Game The council held a brief meeting The soldiers are lined on both last night but nothing of important Castillo Will Be Governor News from the blockade line off sides of the hall leading to the was done Special Key West July 9 court room A large crowd wit All of the councilmen were pres Matanzas is that two block houses at Playa Comanche were destroyed Special Cuban refugees are preparing for the Siboney July 9 nessed the march from the jail but ent by shells from the Uncas July 4 establishment of a civil government after the surrender of Santiago there were no signs of violence The meeting was principally to read the back minutes for several GenCastillo has been selected for Governor of the province of Santiago Colored Woman Shot Fishing Party Returns FOR FORGERY months past This was done and Crofton Ky July 9 Mr William K Howells hunting Special most of the evening consumed Nclia Henderson a colored wo The Columbus May Be Saved I W Cook Arrested at Crofton on and fishing party has returned An allowance of 35 was made tr from Danville Tenn after a stay man was accidently shot in the cover the open sewer in front of the a Serious Charge of two weeks In the party were stomach by Scott Snorton Special Advices from Sampson indicates Washington July 9 col The Skerritt property on Clay street Messrs J B Dade T N Wadling Cristobal Colon may be saved Also two or three of tle other thatthe I ton J D Morris Geo Howell Mrs wound is a very dangerqusonc but near 2nd Special Crofton July 9 lock up J D Morris and Mrs W R not necessarily fatal deeds for the new streets to Larmored cruisers The W Cook who was in the be imnroved in the Sixth ward here for fightirtg is in u much more Howell Escaped Lunatic Arrested were received and work ordered erlous scrape He sold a check 230 Killed 1284 Wounded Chief Armstrong Chilling Crofton Ky July 9 iSpecial of to be put through at once 13 s Baker Madisonville KyM to 1 e McCully of this place Chief of Police E H Armstrong L T Enoch an escaped lunatic Special Gen Shafter reports that a com Washington July 9 It was for 350 and when sent to was taken with a hard chill yester Â¬ from the Western Asylufniwas DELAWARE BURNED ar Â¬ Madisonville the check was pro day afternoon and had to be con Â¬ plete report of his losses July 1 and 2 shows to day by an asylum to his residence in a hack rested here noimccd a forgery Killed 22 officers and 208 enlisted men Wounded 81 officers arid Cook 1b now veyed Another Oceun Steamer Lost on under arrest for forgery and will be He is still very weak and was una Â¬ attendant and will be returned to Missing 79 enlisted men 1203 enlisted men the Waves taken to HopkinBviiTe to jail on the ble to report for duty this morning the asylum i LondonJuly 9 Â¬ Burns was identified by Harris and held over under a 500 bond Washington July 9SpeciaIShortIy after noon Secretary and is now in jail OBrien was released and or- Â¬ Algers private secretary announced that the bombardment of dered to leave town which he lost Santiago was begun at noon Later the war department when no time in doing Harris hat was restored to him asked for a copy of the dispatch to muke it public stated that aud he went on his way home to- Â¬ none such had been received although there is no doubt that day render at - Â¬ Â¬ vuvww 0H to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - half Â¬ Â¬ a Â¬ a Â¬ Â¬ tr va afternoon train Mrs R P Hodge ofaslvillc will arrive in the city to hfjlit and pend some time with tKiffTiily Qf Jier coualn Mr J M 3m1SIob Virgjntf street Hi Miss Mabel Wilson of St Louis The Berlin Now a Transport Special New York July 9 A who is visiting her grand parents New York July 9 Delaware was Special Tle big Clyde liner Mr and Mrs S G Foley went to 9 Special It is reported here that Sampson has Madrid The trans atlantic liner Berlin has burned this morning off Cedar HbpkinsviUe yesterday to visit hqr uncle Jnck B Foley Madison been bpujfht by the government for Creek New Jersey The pnssen summoned Blanco to order the evacuation of Santiago within forty three hours under pain of bombardment iUJJeHu8tJer jtrfrniport YeWel jfer awl crew were all saved Rumor From Spain Jl 3 hi Mtiwiiwoirfiiw o a a ii ii y SSSS SOS Wbc rf t 2ails Hentuckian UJ ISHnJ Crotton CorrespofK Croflonftvy July 9 Mf its Lil SWC1WE IN SPRINGFK1U John B UAsiletnaft- - ArthUf tLatiitiin feklirJdffrajitlMll iP by Delhercd by carrier to atl rwrts ol the 10 OXXTS MX WBEX flj tnMKTREPTIOK XATW Yeab iv Advance A MoSth ix Advance Pth gMostift IH Advance Pis 36 100 Per Per Week 00 hian Brasher of Ilopkinvllle is Prominent Politician Btows Out visiting the family of J M Dulin His Brains Miss Lula Clark is vfaif ugMiss Jennie Winfrce at Cask 9 County Springfield July MrvJT BHoard is confinedto his Court Clerk J W- - Dean committed 10 bed hls week with a bilious at- - suicide yesterday by blowing out Royal Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL S Largest Fire Insurance Company in The Air Does the Largest Does tt A the World Jtu8inem tliu Stato of Kentucky thej tack his brains of DEMOljSATid TICKET vr- - XtLEN HENKY OUSIOS COUNTY 3P FO CONGRESS i ft 17 f4 A proclaimed himself President of the Philippine repub- Â¬ lic on July 1 Aguinaldo PAVtll m in m - i t bt te if - imiff V I VI m v HH f Cunningham a railroad train at St Bethlehem Tenn last man who is wanted for assaulting night while in motion but was so Chicago Market Democrats of the Eighth congres- Â¬ Miss Emma Dodd at Bowling fortunate as to escape with some Opg Hifft I Closing severe bruises He will be unable Cash Wheat have the hottest race Green has been arrested sional district 7i7 of their lives on hand Mass-mee- tG9 68 Notice of contest has been filed in to work for several days1but was Sept Wheat 69 ings will be held to day in the1 the Hartford local option election not seriously hurt s 68 68 Dec Wheat 68tf various counties to select delegates and it is believed the vote will have 32 Sept Corn 32 tf 32 That Church Scandal to the district convention to beheld to be taken again 33 Dec Corn 32 32 Ji at Danville Wednesday 20 20i 20tf Committee of the The high stand taken by thobishops Sept Oats The Executive t 9 92 10 10 National Fox Hunters Association or the Southern Methodist church in Sept Pork 10 10 t - irhe Louisville Legion are highly 5 50 5 50 regard to their claim against tho gov Sept Lard 5 47 meets at Lexington to day to decide indignant over the expressions of 5 55 5 55 on a time and place for the next ernment will command the admiration Sept Ribs 5 50 Gov Bradley and Forrester alleg- Â¬ and respect of the people of the United Sept wheat puts 66 MR EVlU WHITLOW of Hopkinsville Ky is my solicitor hunt calls 69 ing mismanagement of the First States The caim is unquestionably o New Vork Stocks and Cotton Private Ed Diamond was acci- Â¬ Line officers regiments affairs Opg Higt Closing dentally shot at May field by Private just one and the action of Congress Â¬ held a meeting to draw up resolu1 22 1 22 Louis Fisher Both men are mem backed bya pproval of the President Am Tob I 22 RUNYON tions applauding the action and place the representatives of the gov Chicago Gas 99 Â¬ 1 00 1 00 inahagemcrit of Col Castleman and bers of the military company guard- ernment in a position where PROrjHETOKSOF they can C B 1 07 Q 1 06 1 07 denouncing the methods and con ing Bob Blanks not dispute it 54 L N 54 54 Charles Cavanaugh the Ameri- Â¬ Jduct of Gov Bradley Ths bishops are right in refusing to Manhattan 1 05 1 0G 1 06 can gunner who fired the flvst shot consider it as a gratuity given to char Sugar 1 32 1 33 1 33 cover- - at Manila was born in Madison of promotions A long list ity They are right in refusing to Coal 25 Iron 25 25X 6larksrUle Tennessee ing many who took part in Santia county a son of Arch Cavanaugh hold it if the Senate declares that it Chicago Jlecelpts To day goattlesi were made Friday All Aho now resides in Kansas was obtained by false representation Have Tobacco To Sell 13 Cars We Solicit the Patronage of AH Who Brigadiers are made Major Gener The Lawrenceburg City Council on the part of the book agents of the Wheat Corn 210 Cars als Col Wood was made a Brig is a friend of bicycle riders An church or tho lobbyist employed by Free Storage to Shippers V Oats 109 Cars Woods ordinance imposing a fine of S2 has them adier and Roosevelt takes The worst feature of it is the 23000 Cash Advances Made on Consignments The following Brigadier been adopted prohibiting the throw employment of Stahlman It it is not Hogs fplace Cattle 800 Head - ing of glass or tacks on the streets Generals of Volunteers were probelieved that he will refund a dollar K8t lm sited Itecolpta To morrow J C KENDWCK Salesman moied to be Major Generals Ham The preparations for the hang- Â¬ The money will have to be raised it is Wheat 20 Cars iton Hawkins Henry W Lawton ing of Tom Hayden at Hartford paid by getting contributions from Corn 275Cars r O HANBEfiY C Bates 7 MFSHRYER Adna R Chaffee John Monday for the murder of Bena LoÂ¬ the poor and honest members of the Qats 120 Cars gan have about been completed church to repay the 5100800 paid to Hogs 35000 Head in the The execution will take place in1 an boys Hopkinsvilles Stahlman The members of them Uog Market navy are being heard from as fast inclosure in the jail yard md the general public are anxious to Hogs To day 23000 as opportunities are afforded them HAMBERY The Democratic Committee of know where Dr Barbee will stand Hogs To morrow SHRYER PropYs 35000 Will Southerland in the scrap at Breckenridge county recommended when it is over Light 385 Cienfuegos and later in capturing to Railroad St Between Tenth He admits that he deceived Sen Mixed the State Board of Election Com- Â¬ 40Q the Gallito distinguished himself missioners the Hon D HOPKINSVILE KY and Eleventh Severs ators Bate and Pasco and concealed Rough H 380 and Billy Bronaugh in helping to James St Clair and J59Careful attention given to sampling and selliug all tobacco consigned the Hon jiice the truth from them wbeu questioned Heavy 405 sink the Alphonso XII a ship twice Jolly for County 0 us Liberal advances on tobacco in storo All tobacco insured unlea Election Commis- Â¬ about the matter of Stablmans fee Iauk3tntement asbig as the Castine covered him- Â¬ sioners under the Goebel law The church cau not relieve itself of Reserve Dec v 866850 otherwise instructed Cy Rad- Â¬ self all over with glory responsibility for tho ugly scandal Loans Inc The revenue colections intheHon 126915 ford has manipulated some of the John W Yerkes district for the which Stahlman and Bnrbeo have SpecieDec 5571500 NAT GAITUER JAS WEST big guns of the Texas in hot fights brought on the church without deal LegalsDec 1098400 of the fiscal year ending June 30 1898 all along from the beginning ing with them With Stahlman it will Deposits Inc 7993400 war to the destruction of Cerveras aggregated S221804612 as against not matter but it is a serious matter Circulation Dec 168219397 for the year preceding 39400 fleet He has shown himself to be for Dr Barbee Dispatch a brave and capable officer and has This is an increase of 53585315 A letter from Chickamauga says The Book Concern Job the stuff in him out of which heroes a very substantial gain indeed Dr Austin Bell is off duty as sur- Â¬ TOBACCO X COMMISSION MERCHANTS of much better times Hopkinsville is proud and indicative are made Washington July 9 The Sen- Â¬ geon from an attack of fever He during the twelve past months the hospital at of her boys in the navy ate Committee on Claims yesterday is in his fever while ChattanoogaÂ¬ and not dangerJo Buck Winfrey who was born made its report upon the investiga- Â¬ ous yet is developing some typhoid The cessation of hostilities the and reared in Columbia was shot tion made by the committee into the symptoms Liberal advances made on Tobacco Four months storage Free from every di- Â¬ and instantly killed in Franklin payment of the claim of the Metho- Â¬ persistent rumors rection the reticence of officials all Robinson county Tex last Satur- Â¬ dist Book Concern and the payment QUARTERLY REPORT 1 THE GREAT SUMMER RESORT 1 The deceased was to Major E B Stahlman of 100 indicate that peace negotiation day afternoon OFTHK a son of the late Maj- - T C Win- Â¬ 8O0as an agent in are actually going on The most getting the clriim Dawson Springs significant thing yet is the follow- Â¬ frey and had resided in Texas through Arcadia House Pembroke Deposit Bank about twelve years A short while ing dispatch yesterday from Suez The committee finds that the Sen- Â¬ Dawson Hopkins County Kentucky The ships of the third squadron ago he was Deputy Sheriff of his ate was deceived by the representa- Â¬ incorporated re entered the canal this afternoon county but at the time of his death tions of Mr Stahlman and MessVs At thu closo of business Juno SO 198 Those celebrated chalybcato and salts springs arc situated ImrocdlMoly upon Louis- vlllo nnd Memphis division of the Illinois Central railroad formerly Uaiuni the and and are now returning to the other tt is believed that he was employed Barbee Ohio Smith the book agents iu Pembroke Ky iwistom Kallroad 1GS miles west or Louisville Ky aild to miles cast of Pnducah Ky in a grocery store side The cause of this sudden une Arcmua uouso is new ana nejtiy lurnlshed with capacity of entertaining 3o0 per UESOUaCES but absolves the Methodist Church sons i no owuora or inenoiei ore aso owners of tho Springs nna tho ueots of the Arcadia and discounts less loans to V change of plans is not given out mntnaa n llntin 1inA fan mivpn tn Hinlnliii tiuuuv uALrauiiarge Invalids should remember that Carrier Pigeon Shot uu jim 1113 11 i South as such from blame in the Loans iuuav Directors 1700533 tuo montus u 01 uu judo ona July zTor many advortagts to pcrbons visiting tho Springs Thedry a n 10 mrcciors loiuccrs not lilt here ix The return of this fleet About 4 oclock last Wednesday matter eluded 153300 uuu mjvuu mwio mo wuiiuuiuiureuui uisso springs ror rampuiets etc apply to JLKMAN jcCO Proprietors U shows that there has been a com- Â¬ Audley Elder a small boy of Mid Loans to uiiiccra 2oooo It is also found that no Senator or-- uveruraus unsecured lWJii plete change of plans It means dleton Ky noticed a carrier-pigeo- n State Banks and 25 member of Congress received any Duo from Housoand Lot Bankers 19117 00 Hanking 1000 that Spainb is really to give up the flying rapidly northward money in connection with the claim Mortgages 110000 A O ther 400000 W Q Wheeleb fight The war is about over W H Faxon well aimed shot from agun brought The testimony taken was also SpecieStocks nnd Bonds 4107663 Currency 103000 370G0S the bird to the earth The boy was made public The principal wit Other Items carried as Cash 7J151 and Mr J Peyton Hobson who was surprised to find around one leg a nesses were Mr Stahlman and Mr FurnitureHouseFixtures new Bnlld- - 100000 Banking Aco unt ing in process of erection yesterday nominated by the Demo- Â¬ silver band with the following fig- Â¬ Barbee 24ilU7 crats of the Third appellate dis- Â¬ ures K57924 The band held in Total 110178270 I Cervern trict was born in Virginia fifty place a note LIABILITIES robacco Warehousemen Commission Alerchants Grain Dealers as follows Jul 5 years ago and was graduated in Admiral Cerveras full name and Capital stock paid In In cash 3000000 98 Ky boys will get to hnieU title is Pascual de Cervera y Torpete tiurplusFund T8QO00 1870 at Washington University un- Â¬ Deposits subject to check on which Fire Proof Warehouse con bossellville and b b sts der the presidency of Gen Robt E powder Brocon W Henry Conde de Jerez Marquis de Santa Interest Is not paid 1837801 Duo State Banks and Lee At that institution he showed Times Anna He ia a nephew of Admiral Banler 1600000 1600000 Hopkinsville - Ky himself a p veritable glutton for ivv wron Torpeieone of the old and most Ifa Unpaid Dividend ll rayauie a characteristic which he The New York papers announce mous of Spanish naval officers He nuts work Liberal Advance on Oonsijjamonts 160115 All Tobacco ent ua Oovercd by Insurance has continued to religiously main Â¬ the marriage on last Saturday of is 65 years old Cervera wuh at pne Set aside to pay Taxes this day Dividend 3 per cent 1050 quarter of a cen- Â¬ tain during the time in tho sixties attached to tbo TolU tury of his practice of the law at Miss Ella McPherson daughter of Spanish Legation at Washington State of Kentucky county of Christian1017027c the late John R McPherson United During tho ten years of Cubhu war ho W W Uarnctt President of Pembroke bsDe Judge Hobson Elizabethtown Bank a Bunk located doing busi would make a valuable addition to States Senator from New Jersey to was made Secretary of tho Navy in the posit In the town of Iembroko and said county ness In being duly swoh says the foregoing Report the learned and laboring force of Dr Joseph Muir Mrs Muir is the Cabinet of Spain uud was afterwards Is In all respects a true statement of the condi the Kentucky Court of last resort tion of the said Btwikat the heiress to an estate worth millions made an Admiral and placed in com outhosottdayof Juno 1808 close of business to the best of his Louisville Times which belief and further Hopkittsville Kentucky Dr Muir is a resident of New York mand of the battleship Pelayohiastig knowledge and said Bank lias been says that was constructed Recording to the business of transacted These kind words spoken by the city and a graduate of at tho location named and not elsewhere the New gestion It is said however that jiis and that t lie aboyo report is made In compll X XJosin Times indicate that Judge Hobson York University Medical promotions were due more to family ance With an olHclal notice rpr nlvol mm School Select home echool Elovou blo anil oxperienceil teHr8 A will receive the support of at least influence than to auy demonstration Heoretaryof asbtato designating the 90th day of tho day on vrhlah such report thorough course in Ancient and Modem Languages Juuttltti Euglish Mathenwl Gca Greely has been notified upon his part of superior ability rN shall be made one of the Louisville papers that Subscribed though ho Iihs proven himself capable Downer Vice and sworn to before we by X W ics Science Music Art Eloeution aud Physical Culture CoUglH left the party three years ago As that the big war balloon was prac President Oh fttli ilirafjuiv paratorj and Primary durwrtmenta Electric UghU and Hot wd w In mauy It is the district Is a close and doubtful tically ruined by Spanish bulfets that he iapositions haughty also stated im Water through building Appolutmeuta good fv good UelU ptowu Kumiee A HMI MotlHbCCKy rather and over K Wpowmjr VPi Catalogue at Hoimers Addkesh oat tU Independent yote may hold while takinir observations over bearing and tUat Ij ia not well liked f EPMOND tUlRl80Ns Paw pen by the mm uuder hm eoofunaml Santiago Another will be evening Cook was fined 500 and room they found the suicide stretch- Â¬ costs he being the aggressor and ed in front of the gate with a 36 on Cook failed to calibre revolver lying between liis Smith was released Two Nebraska soldiefs of the lin is in jail at Decatur Ala tlie charge of murder satisfy the court with the amount legs He had placed the barreL in seconcl Manila expedition have his mouth and pulled the trigger New Hope is becomingquitepious and was sent to the lock up dic Uince leaving San Francisco death being instantaneous The other at Hono-Â¬ Two of the three saloons have gone one at sea and the Miss Fannie McCully of Earling ball passed out just behind the out of business lulu ton is visiting her brother here right ear Fourteen thousand bushels of S Grant III now seven jUlysses TO DAYS MARKET REPORT I Luck Was WUhtHirri cropjsoldjn Mad- teenears old wants to join Roose- Â¬ this years wheat sixty M cents per ti A brakeman named Billy Buck velts Rough Riders He has re- - isou county at Corrected Dully Ily lien Kawllng Itnrjker bushels berry fell off an L-N freight cently been appointed a Cadet to anil llroker IIopkliiRvllleKy Mike Sheehan formerly of Frank has richly merited liis promotion even if he is a dude up IT notch and is now Col LLUUI TlAJiiino VCIVUa mrwf1 luion uu r 1wt Roose j vellHe Twenty minutes before the deed rrtuDii Pn ri inner Losses Paid in Kentucky in J896 24983102 Place vill givan fecptupper Mr Dean was engaged n pleasant conversation and appeared in his at the college hall to night A DanK is to DC starieu ai x aint Miss Retta Hendrix left yester- usual good spirits Good natured Lick her sister in Nashvill e badinage was passed and Mr Dean ho8j day to visit Franklin has adopted spoke confidently of his canvass v Mi fffcnn ordinance and his chances for re election MuKers Southern Department Mr C M3ay and daughter Lawrenceburg has an ordinance Aftef going to his office he ficnt General Office Louisville Eva are spending a day or so in his deputy Henry Taylor and his againstdogs and cock fights Pembroke son Lawrence across the street on Christian The Lawrenceburg Miss Sallic Drake of Bowling business connected with the office Walter fJGarnett Co Resident Agents Hopkinsville Ky church has purchased apipeprgan Green is visiting Velativesihcrc two returned in a few momdntsj The Capt John A Williams a resi Solomon Smith arid R J Cook en and smelling powder they outsctto 1833- - died dent in Newport since gaged in a fight on the streets this investigate it Going into the vault ESTABLISHED IN 1852 aged seventy three Awn rtr The Knights Honorof this the Lurgost Business in 8outhtirii SttPs Â¬ T BRBEE CASTIEMAN SAMUEtriODGSON - r v kl f Importer and Alanufactiireitof j Uy West Point J3 C I 1 jl MaibIeifadfT- etmte Moiiciiiieiits M T AJ3L3LTS ETC CLARKSVILLE TENNESSEE KENDRICK v I I -- Â¬ G entralTobaocoWarehouse PEOPLES WAREHOUSE -- Qaither West t HOKINSVJLLE KY 0 1898 1898 I v -- I A Wheeler Mills Co - v w Â¬ Â¬ BETHEL V Â¬ FEMALE COLLEGE September t5th Session 1808 t1Jjjofpowr W H LTAaaiaoir Vim Xrekeat q1 Ha o tmmmmiimMidiiiati0i i rTiiiiKiriiini nnrijwi THE STATE COLLEfiE A Chance for Eight Young Men K BASEBALL SOCIAL KE9ULTS OP YESTERDAYS 1AME9 21 And tltc New Modern Tlie Kentuckian FREE MtatliewB Sewing Machine Year Pittsburg 14 3 Louisville Baltimore 5 3 FOR ONLY and Women New York 6 Brooklyn 2 tf Comoetltlve Washington Philadcldhia A J Examination Next wdek by the County Superintendent t Boston 0v Cleveland 5 St Louis 0 Cincinnati 11 Chicago 8 HOW THEY STAND Hi arm Sewing Machine w War HL noisoloBS i CVLJCS I M ktojt With nil the latest im provements Clubs Cincinnati v f- - 31 40 Washington the county board of examiners on 39 27 Friday July 15 The examination Brooklyn 50 23 Louis will be much less rigid and exact- Â¬ St 314 48 22 ing than that for teachers profi- Â¬ Louisville ciency being required only in his- Â¬ SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY grammer and tory geography Louisville at Pittsburg arithmetic State college is now one of Cincinnati at Chicago The St Louis at Cleveland the best institutions of learning in few in Brooklyn at New York the South and is excelled by Boston at Philadelphia the North and East Prominent Baltimore at Washington educators from the North and East said that there are colleges in have Hopklnsvllle Produce riarket their sections which have far great- Â¬ from home Cash prices paid by Hopkinsville er reputations away merchants than the State college of Kentucky but which are not near so well Bacon equipped as the State college and 810c Hams countrythe courses of instruction of which Shoulders are not near so thorough G7c Sides She school is maintained by the Lard 67c taxpayers and a certain number Country Produce from every county are entitled to 12J15c Butter free tuition in the school every 7c Eggs year Each legislative district is New feathers 2528c entitled to select and send to the 1821c Beeswax college1 each year one properly pre- Â¬ Tallow 2e pared student free from all charges Ginseng per lb 2225 fees matriculation for tuition Honey lights and to room rent fuel and 26c Tub washed wool have all the advantages and privi- Â¬ 1318c Greased leges of the college and domitories free except board The student is Poultry Y chickens live per doz150l80 entitled free of any cost whatever 2o fioosters enumerated in the to the benefits of years nec- - Grain foregoing for the term 3 essary to complete the course of Clover per bushel 45c study in which the student matri- Â¬ Corn 50c culates for graduation or during WheatO All beneficiaries of 50c good behavior Corn shelled as stu- Â¬ Live stock the State who continue dents of the consecutive collegiate 58V25 Hogs year ortefa months unless una- Â¬ Sheep 250300 voidably prevented are also enti S2DP350 Cattle titled to their necessary traveling Calves S300825 expenses jn going to and returning 5100412B Lambs f frnm hi enlWe The selection of HideH and Fujb students is made by the county 67iGreen hides superintendent after competitive 7iii Green stilted hides examination on subjects prepared 10l2iDry Hint by the faculty of the college and Vegetables transmitted by the county superin- Â¬ 7Ge per bushel tendent The competitive examina- Â¬ New potatoes head Cabbage per 35c tions are open to all persons be- Â¬ tween the ages of fourteen and Watermelons 2B35c twenty four years Florida to the students allowed Flour Rotail In addition from each legislative district teach- Â¬ 4 25 Patent per bbl ers or persons preparing to teach 5375 Standard pur bbl may enter the college at the rate of not more than four from each Hay 5e Clover per cwt county upon the same conditions 70e Good Timothy receiving the same benefits and 12Jc Bran retail have the same privileges in the college as those granted to the stu- Â¬ Tomatoes dents from the legislative districts 20c Fnucyper doz The appointments are vested in the 10c Choice por doz and they county superintendent must be certified to the president of Green Corn 10c Fancy doz ears the college at any time between July 8o 1 and December 31 Choice doz ears - at Lexington this year and Baltimore Chicago the examination of applicants for these vacancies will be competitive Pittsburg and will beheld in this city by the New York Supcrintendentf Miss McDaniel and Philadelphia Bity Christian county a entitled to Cleveland cig ht students in the State Univer- - Boston Won 48 41 41 39 40 38 33 Lost 23 27 28 28 31 31 34 36 PC 676 602 594 582 563 551 493 446 436 409 315 Tho beBt Machiuo for the leaBt money over mrmuftict urod News jmmm i i Light running simple durable 1 29 Every Machino wnrrantnd 10 years A mrmmaaSmmuD 50 Machino for for 21 SPECIFICATIONS sSSSSe smmsmm II I and freight prepaid Cash must accompany al orders IWll 45Js 78c The Head Is flvo and otic lmlf Inches high and eight and one half inches long inside measurement This Is as high as any fnmlly machlno mndonnd must not be confounded with tho medium or so called high arm ma chines The bead plate set i lutoorjovel with thotablo Tho Needle Is stralghtTself acting flat on mo side and cannpt be sotwrong The Bhuttlo Is open on tho end oyllndcr ihapo and absolutely Belt threading The Bearings Are all steel well fitted and adjustable Self threading The mnchlnois and no hole to put tho thread through except the eye of the neodlo Tho Feed Is positives in aotlon and has no springs to Rot out of order Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind the oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread TheStitch Is donblo lock stitch Tho same on both sides and will not ravel Can be lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty stitches to the inch ThoTcnsion Is a flat spring tension and ad- Â¬ justable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nlcklo plated and has a loose wheel attached to operate bobblu windcr without running machine The Movement Is the celebrated eccontrlo movements positive in action and f ower work Â¬ ing parts than any machine on the market The Stand Has large balance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadle is largo and hangs in cone centers and all lost motion can bo taken up asters under eich end and can be easily moved A nice dress guard over Â¬ wheel to keep dresi from getting onwheol Attachments Are the famous Johnsons set In a tin box and consists of tucker ruftlor fourhemmers bindor qulltor foot hemmer and feller undor braider and sheerer oil can and oil two orew drivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb scrow guagc and book of directions The Furniture Is well mode highly pol Â¬ ished and elegant in appearance All these machines will bo sent out with oak furniture unless walnut is specified Kaoh machine has a lock to tbodrawors and cover nlco nickel plate drop rings to all drawers All machines are well packed and crated 1U2AD Oim GUAKANTEK Tho New Mathews Machine Is warranted 10 years from dato of purchaqo and thirty days trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction is not given the machine may bo rcshlpped to to us at our expense and the money paid ns will be lcfuudcd promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what Â¬ ever In purchasing the New Mathews Machine You have thirty days trial of it In your own home and if for any reason you should wish to return the machine it may ec shipped to us at our expenso and the money will be refunded All communications regarding the Now Mathews Machino should bo addressed to HERE is no need for the J people of Hopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reliable war news Â¬ V The Daily nt5ii i uuiuaii s Telegraph Service MHHMMHHMMBMIHMMaWHaMWtiHHHMBi H CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine This machino is manufactured with the view of supplying a long felt want to wit A Modern High arm first clnsB Sewing Machino with all late improvements and of first class material aud good workmanship including the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instruc Â¬ tions accompanies every machine In making your remittance we prefer postoffice money order registered letter express money ordes or New York Exchange Individual checks un less certified to will not bo received Â¬ mm MY cAJJ - - 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 jovery department of the paper is supplied with a news service that cannot be surpassed in all a 4 tL - iIii TvffUffflW riiiiiiiMiiMiifi Western i tucky Keh- - From old time worn preju dices and ideas and make your purchases of Wines and Liquors at an establishment Buy from us ancl ybirwill be sure of getting your moneys worth up-to-da- vr ftf -- r Daily delive ed Ifi the city 10 Cts Per WobIl te i Our Whiskies and Wines are Recommended by all physicians For medical purposes Hiii rr 212 S Main 2 Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL Colsons Raw Materiel Lexigton Ky July 9 Except- Â¬ ing five or six of the the staff off- Â¬ icers and about the same number of company officers there are no off- Â¬ icers nor enlisted men in the Fourth Regiment who have the least knowl- Â¬ edge of even the rudiments of mil- Â¬ itary tactics and discipline As the result of this the discipline at Camp Corbin is very lax and haw proba Â¬ bly very much to do with the large number of desertions There were more desertions last night but it is believed that since the camp has been enclosed with a wire fence they will be somewhat checked The ignorance of the line officers and the men under them of military affairs is not to be wondered at as all save a few come from the mountain districts where the edu Â¬ cational facilities are limited and where the life led by the people is free from aU restraint It is predicted by military people that in view of the incapability of the line officers tnesfe mountaineers will be a long whllSAcnuirtoir from such drill masters enough of the Billy Malone Lives at Gracey Mr E C Robb who resides on Second street says the Clarksville Leaf Chronicle has a negroemploye who is anxious to build a home The other day he asked permission to lay off from work for one day and this was granted When he came back to next day Mr Robb asked him what he did while not at work and the negro responded by saying that he spent the day hunting for Mr Billy Malone whom some one said would build his house for him but that he was unable to find any man by tlftit name He had been Loan office looking for a Building and had the names mixed The Pembroke Deposit Bank In to Â¬ We have the finest bar in the city where you will receive polite and courteous treatment Our Wines and Liquors are the best and our Beer the coldest Â¬ Daily One Month Daily Three Months Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition - 35 - 100 400 1 yr 200 - Royal Liquor Co S B3TJUG AND KEG TRADE A SPECIALTY The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained 7 J Samuel fc Co Props Subscribe Now And Get The News Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office an the Ken Â¬ broke Deposit Bank at the close of business June 30 This banking institution has enjoyed a very libcral patronage from this date of its1 organisation anil the present state ments shows a thrifty condition Of its financial affairs The bank is science of warfare to rfltAfthein for under excellent management Rnd i one among the best institution of service jf in fact they Svir do the kind in Western Kentucky MIhs Mtie Rutherford iaflf Eeadthd fctatement for full infdr- ton U vialtinjf friend m jUlT days Kentuckian appears the quarterly report of the Pem m I ammmmmmmmiimmmmmmmK Dont Do a Thing g JJntil you have seen my new line of imported Sj SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS S I guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN- - SHIP tliebcst that money can secure 3 3j g tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 flhno Address TV 1 - No 14 South Main J L Tobill Tlor M Mnnn n 1H1 in VllllUi III t ill VMIWIIKIIllk 1 II I rno HOPKINSVILLE KY lmh A V iiuuuuiuuuumuuuuuiuiiumrc i tW fitr qpsW- rm wy W tftE- - MLH rVJTtLVJBB w TSWF a tow SHOT AT A THIEP A Drummer Catches a In REV VAIL PRESETS A GAVEL When the Big C E Convention Was Called to Order TENTH To Be Made r- II Burflir at Once on Bethel theHiil House He Escapes In the Darkness After Robbing One of the Lodgers The Hill House was entered by burglars last night who were discovered as they left the house and Â¬ f V w m ffeiv Mm1 J hi chased several squares out East business in Seventh street of them and they There were two No firm were colored men who probably live here and are more sneak thieves than professional burglars such a business in Early in the evening one of the lodgers Mn Cooper in the house rons have told Mr Hill that he would be out until about 11 oclock and Mr Hill show told him he would leave the front He door unlocked until that hour a two negro men loitering noticed about in front of the house and they must have heard the conversation that have not been in the Mr and Mrs T N Eetree have house before When Mr Cooper approached the house on returning he saw the door gone to Dawson The money to pay for these im was open and from across the Felix Robinson will - return to provements estimated to cost 1 street he saw a negro man tipping Chickamauga to night 000 has already been raised by down the steps in the hall with his Committees Mr C M Day of Crofton spent private subscriptions shoes in his hand arc still canvassing and if enough the day in the city W5i5WWfa Cooper rushed across the street Mrs P P Huffman and Miss can be raised the extensive addi KXVXVsw to catch the negro but he and tried left this morning for tion that has been under contempla- Â¬ darted out and took to his heels Frances Barr tion for some time will also be built Clarksville to visit relatives Cooper firing a pistol shot at him as this summer Mr J F Wells returned last The school bids he ran fair toenter upon He was chased up Ninth street night from a visit of aweek to rela- Â¬ a career of increased prosperity and out Seventh for several tives in Muhlenberg county with the new session Its pros Â¬ Mr R N Russell of San Fran- Â¬ pects have never been so bright squares when he dodged into a cisco is here on a visit to his before side street and disappeared A second negro was also seen brother Mr Jas D Russell A TRAGIC DEATH but he was outside the house and Mrs F T Gunther of Owens iV ran in a different direction boro is quite ill at the residence of Investigation showed that a room her daughter Mrs Thos N Pe Enfield Stevens Killed at Earling- Â¬ occupied by a drummer named tree ton Thursday Afternoon Witherspoon had been entered and Mr and Mrs A H McNeely and Witherspoon s clothes taken His two sons Masters Clifton and Dur Enfield Stevens was killed at pockets contained 8 or 10 in ward are visiting at Princeton Earlington Thursday afternoon it money this week 4 oclock at the sawmill just south In the morning 175 in change of the L N depot says the Mad- Â¬ was picked up in the yard and Mr J M Starling and his son isonville r Mail Witherspoon s trousers were found Edmund returned last night from It seems that Stevens was gum Edmund decided in the yard of the Ninth Street Chickamauga ming a saw on an empry jvheel church across the not to enlist 7 Presbyterian Misses Louise Coleman and Su- Â¬ which was running at a very high street rate of speed Suddenly the wheel Officer Smith was attracted by sie Annie and Florence Jones have burst a large piece striking Ste the shooting and was soon on the returned from a two weeks visit to vens with terrific force iust under scene but too late to assist in the Paducah Ky the left eye and crushing through chase Miss Noreen Neill who has been flesh and bone Mrs Hill was aroused by the visiting friends and relatives in Stevens was killed almost ID N noise and saw one of the men es- Â¬ this city returned to her home at stantly and was dead when the V caping She says she would recog- Â¬ Russellville this morning employes of the mills reachedliisj nize him if she could see him Miss Myrtle Diuguid and Miss side No clew has been discovered up Ellen Davenport and Mr WBrum to this time to lead to the appre- Â¬ field leave for Clarksville Tenn Pleasant Entertainment hension of the thieves Mr and Mrs J B Walker enter j this afternoon to spend a few clays tained at their hospitable home with friends and relatives A NARROW ESCAPE Misses Mabel Wilson of St Louis Meadow Brook on Wednesday ey- ening last The lawn and house t kS b An Evansville Drummer Is Intro- and Lena Foley of Madison ville were tastily lighted and decorated who have been visiting Mrs J B duced to a Fluid Called Foley returned to Madisonville and all present enjoyed the evening Among the guests were Misses this morning Water Nance Baker Bush Shanklin Miss Ora Barrow of Earlington Shelton Ford Adcock Richards W U Townes a drummer for an who has been the guest of her aunt Evansville drug company went to Mrs Ellis Roper for the past Jones Brodie Boyd Kimerling Compton and MacGill Herndon Friday and on returning week returned home to day acom Duncan Messrs Gregory Owen Jones Cau- Â¬ drove into a deep body of water panied by her cousins Misses Bet dle Adams Boyd Pierce Moore across the road His team and tie E Johnson and Hazel Roper Brodie Kimerling Coffey Baker buggy were carried into water sev- Mr and Mrs Richard Roll of Western Gaines Gary Shelton eral feet deep and the horses were soon swimming Townes fearing Hustisfork Wis accompanied by Wolfe Usher Winstead Hollow ay that the buggy would turn over their little son Dickey will arrive Dr Caudle and Mr and Mrs R jumped out and swam to a fence next week to visit Dr Schmidt of Henry Boyd and succeeded in getting out with near Julien Ky too Much Rain no injury more serious than a duck- Â¬ Mr J R Armstead Jr has re- Â¬ The warm and frequent rains fol- Â¬ ing His team swam across the turned from Hiram College Ohio pond and stopped and as soon as where he has been for a year lowing so close upon the high Townes could make his way on the studying for the ministry He will winds that uncapped and scattered fence he resumed his journey He return in the fall to finish the the shocks of wheat in many fields are most sure to cause much of it to reached his room at the Hill House course sprout and become greatly dhm in a very moist and disgusted con- Â¬ Wheat threshinir is at a AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY acred dition stand still and has been for a week i Dawson Will Celebrate k Â¬ or riiore Dawson Springs is preparing for Usual services at Grace Episco War Daily Quits a big celebration on August 25 26 pal church by the rector Regular services at M E church The Daily Princeton Banner h 27 and The occasion will be the the re union of the Blue and the morning and evening by thepastor which was started as a war daily Gray of thirty two counties Daw Â¬ Services as usual at the Baptist ten weeks ago has suspended pub on goods son Springs having been selected church morning and evening lication It was a bright little asthe place of meeting The town Ninth Btreet daily while it ran but it Presbyterian church tended to be a permanentwas not in Â¬ off of is making preparations for the publicawill hold the usual services greatest celebration ever held in tion Preaching morning and evening Hopkins county Pay Your City Taxes at the Christian church City Taxes for 1897 must be paid Nearly a nillion in Deposits days will be Universalist church Rev Authur Dy August x or property will be The four banks of Hopkinsville Roberts pastor advertised for sale Preaching ser Â¬ show an nggregate deposit account vice in this L C Cravens C T C church has been sus Â¬ Add pended during present subject to check of 831000 month the Remember the Halne to this the two banks at Pembroke pastor being given a vacation Place to get your fine Merchant and the amount is brought up close Sunday school and prayer meeting Tailoring is by Fowright Pants to 900000 in the banks of the will be continued as usual Sun- Â¬ made for 3 5 7 and SuitsSU cqunty day school next Sunday at 950 a 15 20 MHI m All arc cordially invited To Red Boiling Springs Mr J D Russell who preceded Capt S R Whiter ofJulien ac There will be no regular services Mr W O Hinds as Manager of the Ljjc- - at the Cumberland compied by his daughter Miss Presbyterian local Telephone Exchange has re ie left yesterday morning for Red church to morrow Sunday school turned and will resume his old Boiling Springs Tenn They go will be held at 930 a m There place for the present Mr Hinds for tk benefit of Capt Whites will be Chrjsitlan Endeavor services will be transferred to some other at 715 p w point on the CumWrlitud haaJth1 lnei College met yesterday afternoon and decided to make important im- Â¬ provements on the interior of the college All of the old style twelve light windows will be taken out and f re piaceu witn new iour nght win- Â¬ dows The entire house will be tion otherwise improved in all of the rooms PERSONAL GOSSIP Another large room will be fit Â¬ D L Grinter of Cadiz is ted up into bath rooms doubling Mr the accommodations in that line here to day Miss Inez Ellis has returned from Not only with additional bath tubs be provided but the water works a weeks sojourn at Dawson to be put in will include toilet rooms Esq J T Wyman of Johnsons on every floor and other conveniences is in the city to day ReV S N Vail was first duced by Father Clark to the great and having made a convention brief address presented to the chairman a gavel made by a con- Â¬ In vict in the Eddyville prison accepting the gavel PresidentClark I am very happy to accept said tjuis gavel made by a convict whose fetters have been broken by the blood of Christ and it gives me great pleasure to call to order this the Seventeenth Annual Convention of the United Society of Christian Endeavors This gavel will be wielded by the President all through the conven- Â¬ Intro- - Female College Water Works to Be Put in Rooms to be Re Papered and Win Â¬ dows Made Modern The trustees of Bethel jFcmalc ANNIVERSARY SALE n en years ago ji j tins summer our aogrs - yerg v fitfed it for ing Honkinsville other in this encWf the ate bus ever Km If im our line and we feel grateful to our pat who enabled us to do this and we propose to our appreciation on jjHis otirTejijth Kn ni versa ry by hav f rousing Â¬ J Â¬ j RED HOT CUT SALE Beginning on WWWWVW wEWMKIW MONDAY JULY 11 We will for ONE WEEK give 9 - 5 xSBflfltfliV BB5QTHPJCkJ6ftf Ja Â¬ nvvftLvli a v P -- 0NEFOU CUT PRICE OFF it - The regular marked price Of any article in our eutire stock Nothing reserved or held backits a clean sweep from cellar to garret In addition we will make m it equal to one third one hali and in many cases many three fourths regular priegs This sale will be a short quick movement and if you want to benefit by it come at onceij many before it is repeated It K im hl J H son Co KY3 HOPKINVILLE Hj1