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Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898): July 12, 1898 Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 dai1898071201_sn86069396 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898): July 12, 1898 Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. CKi 5 Rend The DaiiyKentiiGkian 10 Cts a Week Tfce 3aity JCntturhiatiJo HOPKINSVILLE KY TttBSAY AFTERNOON JULY 12 1898 LIVE NBWS Ewiy Pan - We Set The Pace VOL 1 NO ILL DLwUr i L I 65 PEIOfi 2 0ENT8 llJjriVTA SHAFTERS ARMY MILL BLOWN DP Has a Force Equal to he Entire Six Lives Lost in the Explosion Army When War Began Many Others Wounded rien Enough at Santiago to Over Was Making Smokeless Powder whelm the Spanish Forcesf on Heavy Clovernmcnt ln the City Orders MILES At the Front and A i Is Piit Up By a Dot On Sti 4 Denmark Wants a Vesuvius 7 Earthquake Pitched Into St Thomas THREATENS CrSfton Ky July 12 Special Â¬ John W Wicks of Hopkinbville day morning Every thing passed was here yesterday and got out a off quietly There were more peoseach warrant and had the house ple in the town than have been of Bill Sharber col searched for there in many years As Haydens crime was the killing an overcoat and pistol He found of a young colored Mc Key West July 12 Washington July 12 SpecialJFrom Havana comes a recital of the the overcoat but did not find the Henry last October girl near a Special Indications are that the govern Â¬ He made ment intends to start an expedition soon to Porto Rico A number of pistol growings more desperate desperate conditions there that are daily talk on the scaffold transports are being- collected at Tampa and it is stated the start will Mr Wicks had his overcoat and Volunteers arc openly favored at the expense of Spanish regulars 4 be made for Porto Rico as soon as Santiago falls NEARING LIFES CLOSE The Havana papers of July 6 contained full accounts of American de Â¬ pistol stolen out of his tiuggy near last November Sharber feats at Santiago on land and sea Ceveras fleet was declared to be on here S Williams Very Low and - claims to have bought the coat from den J Rico its way to Havana to lift the blockade and sink the blockading- squadDeath Expected at any Tim a tramp Sharber gave bond for ron Squire Blancos sharing authority with the Autonomists is looked upon as his appearance before Mt Sterling Depot Ky July 12 an evidence that he has lost heart and seeks to divide the responsibility Helsley the 18th of this month Special It is painfully ap- Â¬ New York July 12 Special The British steamer H M Pol- Â¬ i of impending defeat parent to the friends of ex United lock arrived this morning from Porto Rico Hanging at Georgetown July 18 The passengers say the Tl States Senator John S Williams people are waiting anxiously for the American invasion It will not re- Â¬ Spe- Â¬ Georgetown Ky July 12 who has been very ill for some quire much fighting to occupy the island cial The May term of the Scott weeks past at his home near this county circuit court isJin session city that his end is very near at Bryan Will Pass Here Common Grades on Sale Of The case of Clarence Vinegar col- Â¬ hand His physician did not think Col W J Bryans regiment of The offerings of tobacco to day ored was heard and he was con- Â¬ it possible for him to survive the Nebraska volunteers has been or- Â¬ were smalli and were made up Gen Shafter telegraphs this Washington July 12 Spccia1 vitality night but his remarkable demned to death dered to join Gen Fitzhugh Lees principally of low leaf and lugs tr enables him to keep hold of life morning his night report of yesterdays operations corps at Jacksonville If the usual Prices ruled about the same as Vinegar appealed for a new last Playa Dei Este July 11 1898 hearing but it was not granted His death is expected at any hour route is taken the soldiers will week on these grades No line to- Â¬ pass through llopkinsville To day was very quiet with but little firing Truce up since 2 The bacco made its appearance on the Prims Heavy Loss The governor fixed the day of exe- Â¬ exact date of their departure from breaks Sales Â¬ Considering proposition for surrendering now that I hae town sur- cution as Monday July 18 in the compared favorably Additional news of damage to the with the offerings and both the ofÂ¬ rounded on north side Only three or four casualties one killed so far jail yard at 12 m water- Â¬ Omaha has not been made public crops of this section by the ferings and sales to morrow are ex- Â¬ spout of last Friday evening con- Â¬ as known Expect new batteries to be in position to morrow Head Badly Hurt Cuban Tories Dont Want Peace tinue to come in says the Clarks pected to be much larger than those t There is a great deal of suffering among the people who have A little daughter of Mr W II of to day Madrid July 12 Special -- ville Times In the Elmo Southern gone from Santiago Doing the bent I can to relieye them but have not Butler the popular I C Conductor v The concensus of opinion here is Kentucky neighborhood there was while playing on the porch fell and been entirely successful i Came Home To Die that the Cuban army volunteers a vast amount of damage wrought cut a long gash in her head A William Prim lost eighteen acres of Ella Bentley col died of con- Â¬ are the chief obstacle to peace very line tobacco and his neigh Â¬ physician tookseveral stitches in sumption Monday evening at her Queen Though half jfed they are determ Â¬ bors report smaller butquite heavy the gaping wound and the little home on Durrett Avenue She had girl is now getting along quite been ined to fight to the last loss living in St Louis for some nicely time but returned to her home in A Sensational Sermon Limit on War Bond Bids Maimed Soldiers Pass Throngh this city about ten days ago She Washington July 12 Special was 32 years old The talk of the town at Prince- Â¬ London July 12 Special The Standards Berlin dispatch says Two Ohio soldiers wounded and ton is the sensational sermon tialearned that the Queen Regent is willing to negotiatefor peace direct Treasury officials have decided disabled at Santiago passed Picnic at Pilot Rock with thej United States The maximum concession she will make at that bids for war bonds to be con- Â¬ preajched at Union services Sunday on the north bound train Hill of the Cum Â¬ through night by Rev J L Eight or ten couples of the young present is the absolute independence of Cuba sidered must be in Secretary Gages berland Presbyterian church He last night One had his arm shot people went to Pilot Rock to day to Hi office bv 3 n m Julv 14th denounced all creeds the confession oiF and the other was wounded in enjoy a picnic in the woods They n of faith of his church and denoml the side They had mud on their went in two big omnibuses and A Britisli Vessel Caught wj nationnllem and made a plea for a clothing from the battlefield in made up a jolly party Key West July 12 rSpccial Cuba union of all the churches Â¬ Special Jour New York July says St nal dispatch Denmarks pro Spanish sympathy ing to be stronger every day The government attempting to prevent here our using 8000 tons of to the United States which likely to cause trouble Governor Lederman declares if the by the ican ships attempt to upon by German French they will be and Italian warships in the harbor Great excitement prevails and trouble is expected at any moment as the Americans claim the right to use their own coal The populace is strongly American in sym Â¬ pathy f4j Spanish Editors Lie Unlike the American Article Washington July 12 Special Plampton Lake N J Julyil2 f Gen Shafters available force tf-Special The Laflin Rand Pdw- day after counting all reinforca ments ana deducting tlie deadtf jder Works a very large plant blew sick and wounded is 22850 fighting vup tms morning men accordmgto military estimates It is reported at least six lives This is based on an estimate of 16 were lost aud it is feared the entire 000 men in Gen Shafters original plant vill be destroyed by fire expedition and about 10000 in va- Â¬ The factory had been running on rious expeditions which have gone since then making in all 26000 large orders for smSkeless powder r men Against this howevermust for the government j be deducted the casualties in the fighting thus far and also the men BLANKS MUST HANG confined to the hospital by sickness The deduction is roughly estimated The Mayfield Rapist lets the Ex- Â¬ at 3000 leaving about 23000 men treme Penalty of the Law available to day as the lighting US WITH FOREIGN WARSHIPS iorce ot the American army The reinforcements have crone ITVrayfield Ky July 12 The jury forward from time to time and it1 Returned a verdict of guilty against has been rather difficult to keep Bob Blanks for criminal assault 12 A track of them but they are summed ana ne was sentenced to oe nanged August 26th The verdict met with Thomas from up as follows general satisfaction but it was not is show- Â¬ Gen Duffields brigade about thought safe to keep him in May 2500 men recruits for regular army 950 First Illinois 950 First field as many have become so in- Â¬ District of Columbia 850 six light censed in the matter that their im- Â¬ is patience might not allow them to batteries belonging 700 Gen United States Artillery wait for the law to take its course coal Garretsons brigade Eighth Ohio 1300 Sixth Massachu- Â¬ He was put aboad an afternoon is train in company with the sher- Â¬ setts and Sixth Illinois 2600 Another force of 2500 men com- Â¬ iff and the soldiers who have Â¬ prising Gen Ernsts brigade Amer is guarded him and is now well on his way to Louisville where will ready to start remove coal force Gen Shafters and with this force be kept until the authqrities he fit see fighting strength fired will be swelled to about 25000 men to return him by the middle of this week HAYDEN HANGED the Map persedes Shafter Sickening Story of the Ruin Wrought By the Ameri can Shells MANY FINE BUILDINGS r i ARE DEMOLISHED -- Playa Del Este Cuba July 12 Special Many of the finest buildings in Santiago were destroyed bythe American shells yes Â¬ terday The slaughter and devastation are so sickening that G en Isjiafter again begged the surrender of the jolty before it was entire- Â¬ T ly destroyed Gen Miles who arrived yesterday as Â¬ sumed personal command to day Signed E S WRIGHT John Bull Takes a Hand Will Look For Those Privateers Victoria B C - j BILL SHARBER ARRESTED ft On a Serious Charge Made by Jno W Wicks imihL W V gtion Passed off Quietly July 12 Special cruiser Amphion and the sloop Scarus hurriedly put to sea to day It Beaver Dam Ky July 12 Tom is reported that they will hunt down the Spanish privateers said to be Hayden colored was hanged at lying- in wait for Klondikers Hartford at 10 oclock sharp Mon- Two British warships the Getting Ready For Porto Rico Soon as Santiago Falls - - Passengers From Porto Tell of the Situation hafter Sends His Report Mondays Operations 1 i Regent is Willing To Negotiate For Peace -- ji An auxiliary cruiser has just Able to be Out Again towed in a prize schooner a British County Clerk John P Prowse Portsmouth Nt Special -- Thc St Lollys after coaling vessel captured while trying to run who has been sick at his home on ai8 South us spon a IpS the blockade South Main for several days has capr Goodrich say n rvjewed Admiral Ceryerii Jtere al- common soldier gets recovered sufficiently to be at his Rusnia though sever uiUtMUwifcr view With theSrianh Athnlrnl 225 a yar post of duty miuis wm not W l larry Will Return South Soon nfujj3 ppr Mr Wiley Returns Meeting at Brick Church n Mr D G Wiley has returned A protracted meeting will begin from Dawson looking none the at the Baptist church at Sinking worse from his recent stroke of Fork the fourth Sunday July 24th paralysis The- pastor will be assisted by Rev J G Bow of Pembroke Frisco to Manjla 0600 milea jwjjTf-A-if- AfaU lajt 44 ki44U 5iiiil gh liW aa i ittAi iL i5U I 4 t iV i HVU i r 5 ftfoe IaMOwi cms eretfag ail ftentucMan eaxL Sml T - 7AX0VS ICEDiGAL MA IHra2CKrtsra locxarrx P fast t2ae Sj- - a wanrxir -- WtIIiurMYlrKl3ner alO re MHter ftrraWiv Kt C tfc mm m The JenttLokian 1 Year 81 irluai -- m AMdLtlieMew XattMew Sewing Machine LmviIm KITMICJUTTZOy s t H sMt - tv Adtasc- e- 100 Pts j tJPW Teib i AOTiAfca J e cy KrfK Jta DEM0OEATI0 TICKET War ChU Spain has SflOOO gypsies Patti made her debat in Caba sates FriACo to Manila 6 C 93 sales Key Wet to Havana Spain has 2922G0 iababitaats Cadiz to New YorJc 2jSi miles Great Britain is boildinjr 303 iOR f COXCRESS OR UXIOX COtTXTT Stares Is a exprrieaced asd xbe raqjesWMoier H l boai 69 jear eSd ac d 2as a se record HeWgaaal the bottom of tie Udder as aiststact pro ie sarswra ia 1S1 la seated to be a captaia asd in 3533 be mu elevated to ai pieieat pontioa at t tie el err tie feotpilal asd taecalCaiteiJ b te great arj cf tie She Gsl wis wo Gr ESTATE Modern ASTSiOTS OF TITLE Mmicy cm FOR ONLY 3C5kr is Urr KADE Hi ai Mg lack prorementsr With all tho latest ha alcrjB ftfslCtesf real cslite for tf 5 years tooci at i per cent ured lcat money The bcei Machine for the w 8 canal and then sailedjjback again ginforest at an expense of S116000 in canal War has doubled the price of armr horses tolls Frisco Chinese are making sol- Davenport the ac- - diers clothes Miss Fannie tress is very low with heart disease During our civil war there were at her summer homnearDuxbury 3125 battles Mass Italvs war DepaHmentTutilizes 545000009 a year Geo M Pullman Jr son of the Cuba has 1631000 inhabitants late sleeping car magnate has been Philadelphia l350jp given a commission and will enter War has raised the price of the army quicksilver linen duck and crash goods A carefully revised roll of the lost Prior to the war the annual net Â¬ and saved shows that of 714 per revenue of cuba was SSO000000 sons on La Bourgogue 164 were Every Spaniard is liable to be saved and 55 J drowned called to military service on attain The Chicago Record wants to iag 20 years of age knbVwbo affixes the stamp on Policemen in Boston have been Hobson has resumed his duties on board the New York I ships 4k coomoa soldier gets Russias ColABryans regiment has been and vritt S2L25ayear ordered to join Fitz Lee Our daily output f powder is probably see service in Vorio Rico 16000 toss Caroara sailed through the Suez Cuba has 16KX0W acres of vir- - Lieut 9 iHr We bare Tor sale some of the bes bfriktiBg lots ie the city d on terms to eait purchasers Prices rsHging from f30 to 93000 They are located ia Beady every o Uw Uy We also kare for sale farms ia this asd ht ever manufact Light running noiseless simpie uurauie I ptl adjouuag coualS These farms are owned by parlies who wish to sell Below is a partial Hsl of them A iu years A EvryiIacliino i warrantnd I File Farm sear Kensedy a and freight prepaid 350 Machine for for 521 Well improved sxxi Iaad well wa teretl and timbered 180 acres Price A SURGEON GENERAL STERNBERG Farm of 350 acres ea Butter 15400 Cash must accompany al orders JSPCiriCATIOXS T Â¬ Beaa of tfce Medical Service United States Hospital and w If r f 4 M Kt t f 1 J i sent under instructed to salute the flag ever it is carried past them in a parade The third annual convention of A Cuban insurgent in orderto the National Association of Fire get cigarettes risked death by goÂ¬ Insurance Agents will be held at ing into a town filled with Spanish Hotel Cadilliac Detroit Mich July soldiers 15 and 16 More powder has been burned in the San Juan bombardment and Colsons Smooth Walkers at Lex the occasional small engagements ington have been enclosed with a along the Cuban coast than has barbed wire fence eight feet high been consumed for saluting purdeadhead telegrams Congressional frank whenÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ t I i I ut i A - t I i to keep them from walking away poses since the civil War without leave of absence Captain Francis Martin U S NJ is the oldest officer of the United The members of the State Exe- Â¬ States navy now living as he com cutive Committee of the National pleted his ninety eighth year on Democratic Party of Tennessee June 4 He is living in Detroit have held a meeting and decided Mich not to try to keep up the organiza Â¬ Santiago De Cubd tion Girls smoke Urn A Hunter Dr Hunters No trolley cars son aged 30 eloped to Jeiferson Forest of mahogany ville a few days ago with Miss No wild animals except dogs Blanche Malkin an Every body takes a nap at noon girl There was no especial oppo Â¬ Here is the highest land in Cuba sition to the match Lottery tickets on sale every- Â¬ where Maj Gen Miles has reached the Most of the houses are one story camp of the army at Santiago and r has held a conference with Rear buildings Santiago is the Spanish form for Admiral Sampson He also bad a chat with Gen Shafter over the Saint James Inhabitants 40000 less than telephone roost Philadelphia wards The beUes plaster their faces Dr Jos Muir who captured Miss McPherson and her millions with powdered egg shells Ella The harbor of Nipe embraces in New Jersey was a grass-widowAfter securing a divorce last sixty five square miles of deep fall he changed the spelling of bis water t Copper mine have been workedj name from Meuer to Muir since the seventeenth century There will be a contest for the Tobago Island was so called by Republican nomination for Con- Â¬ Columbus from its fancied resemb gress in this district between Geo lance to the tobacco or inhaling W Jolly and W T Fowler Mr tube of the aborigines Our word Fowler is supported by the Franks tobacco is thence derived wing of the party and his nomina- Â¬ Judge Hobson will have a close tion is regarded as practically as- Â¬ call in the Third appellate district sured In the election for Clerk of the Secretary Alger has issued or Court of Appeals last year Shack ders attaching the Hawaiian Is elford Democrat received 26916 lands to the military department of votes and Bailey Republican California The First New York 24699 votes and Hindman gold Volunteers Col Barber command- Â¬ Democrat Parker Populist and combined prohibition ing will be assigned for the time Wallace Honolulu 2553 votes of these Hindman re- Â¬ being at the garrison at The Demo- Â¬ Col Barber is considered an espec- Â¬ ceived 1216 votes cratic vote was a little short of a ially good officer for the coast majority though the plurality was Chas D Jacob Jr of Louisville 2216 over Baily is reported in the official list as Some of the morning papers claim He among the killed at Santiago son of Hon C D Jacob and that Gen Shaffers indulgence to was a enlisted in the First Cavalry May the Spanish commander in so long 7 His father has not been notified extending the time for negotiations and is still hoping that the name has been rewarded by a character- Â¬ Ac- Â¬ istic bit of Spanish craftiness which was given as CD Jacobs been intended for cording to the latest hews from the may not ihave front Gen Shafter believes that C D Jacob Jr Gen Toral has slipped out of San- Â¬ and 53 officers tiago to the westward with all his Admiral Ceyera and 638 privates Spanish prison men and arms leaving a sacked ers from the wrecked fleet have ar-Â¬ and deserted city as the only rived at Portsmouth N H on the trophy of the American army St Louis and will be contineu on Seaveys island in the harbor The Camara was allowed to coal at officers all talk freely and speaK in an Egyptian port on the way back term of highest praise of the kind after stating in writing that he was manner In which tljey have been bound or Spain --wag TTWffrT keated by their captors The offi one is a great summer It is bring Â¬ It are Hder parole except jw refuwkl to take the oath and ing freedom for Cuba and fiir the ftummcr wilowr at the Hamming lire not -- rank of brigadier general During the Sylcca served la Oen Banks expedition and was in charge of the general hospital nt Cleveland when Since that peace wax declared in 1865 time he has been in the icrvice of Uncle Sams army in the campaigns against the Indians and in epidemics of yellow fever He was a member of the Havana yellow fever commission in 1870 and was a delegate to the international sanitary conference in Kome in 1885 In 1887 and 1859 be was specially detailed by the president to make Investiga Â¬ tions in Cuba Mexico and Brazil re Â¬ lating to the etiology and prevention of He is an ex president of yellow fever the American Public Uealtn association and is a distinguished member of several Important scientific and medical Price societies in this country and abroad 650 His knowledge of the conditions in A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 Cuba with relation to yellow fever and other ills of that climate will make his acres near Elmo administration of the office he holds of Twenty acres of timber the remain extraordinary value to the country at ing in high state of cultivation All this time the buildings in good condition splendid neighborhood RIVALS THE REVOLVER Price 2200 A Nevr Self Loading Pistol TVfelcl Can 100 acres 5 Miles From City on lie Fired aa Many as 30 Times a Mlaate Russeliville Pike civil war Gen command as surgeon general with the Â¬ Â¬ fire and one MU lnche hSch ThcHeid milk Road ad eight nd one hU leches long lnJde nrareiMl TfolsLM high any family Two thirds in fine timber good im naeblsr rlaidornrait not be confounded so called hlgb m m medium with provements well watered 8 miles ehlaetthe Tfce bead pUte set Inloor level tilth the tabic from the city Big bargain The Needle Is straight leU acilts flat on Price 1900 one aide and cannot be ee wrong TheShatUe Isopfcn on the end Farm of 106 acres onBuiler Road ihape and abiolnteir ef thrralintr cylinder The Bearing Are a I steel well flue i and Three and one half miles from the dins table The city well improved good orchard Self threading to putmachine Is through and no hole the thread except the eye of the needle ciuu never iamng water The Feed Is posltlre Inaction and has no Price 750 wrings to iret nut of order Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind A farm of 20 acres on same road oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread the TheStltch Is donblelocx stitch Therame 3J miles from tho city well itnprov not Can be eu gooa poultry or market gar on both sides and will from ravel to thirty lengtbenedorshortened eight den farm in good neighborhood stitches to the inch TheTension Is a flat spring tension and adPrice justable to all sizes of thread 100 Hand Wheel Is nlctle plated and has a Farm of 75 acres on Greenville loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder without running machine The Movement Is the celebrated eccentric Road movements posltlveln action and fewer work parts than any machine on Six miles from the city The very ing Stand Has large balancethe market The wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadle is large best place in the neighborhood and bangs in cone centers and all lost motion timbor tropd water buildings orch esn be taken np asters under even end and can be easily moved A nice dress guard over trd and in a fine state of repair u wheI to -Veep dreu from getting on wheel Attach ents Are the famous Johnsons set In a tin box and consists of tucker ruder four hem mere binder qullter foot hemmer and fellerundcr braider and sheerer oil can andolItwolcrewdrirerg six bobbins paper of needle thumb screw guage and book of directions The Fnmisnre Is well made highly pol Â¬ ished and eletnt in appearance All these machines will be sent out with oak furniture unless walnut is specified Each machine has a lock to tbedrawers and cover nice nlekel plate drop rings to all drawers All machines are well packed and crated g a Â¬ Â¬ JIKAD TJR GUARANTEE Th Xew Mathews Machine is warranted 10 years from date of purchase and thirty days trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction is not giTcn the machine may be reshlpped to tnnsatourexptmfe and the money paid hi will be refunded 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 ee shipped tons at onr expense and the mosey will be re funded All communications regarding the Ken Mathews Machine should be addressed to THAC M MCATHAM Â¬ vno l1 anVHMllj Hopkinsville Ky vj Description ofr the Improved New Alatfaews Machine Â¬ This machine is manufactured with the view of supplying a long felt want to wit A Modern High arm first class Sewing Machine with an late improvements and of first class material and good workmanship including the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instructions accompanies every machine Â¬ In making your remittance we prefer postoffice money order registered letter express money ordes or New York Exchange Individual cheeks unless certified to will not bo received SAM BOYD Â¬ The self loading pistol invented by Herr Paul Mauser is meeting with a large sale in England India and South Africa The fact that a skillful man can fire six or seven shotr per second with it renders it a formidable rlralto tho revolver The pistol is very compact in form the magazine being quite Sat and it Is therefore easily portable The magazines are of two kinds to hold six and ten cartridges respectively In action tho force of the recoil opens the mechanism of the breech ejects the empty cartridge case cocks the ham mer introduces a new cartridge into the chamber and closes and locks the breech the shooter having only to aim press the trigger and reload after six or ten shots according to the capacity of the magazine So much of the re- Â¬ coil Ib utilized In this way that there Is Â¬ Â¬ Well improved 15 acres of timber near church and school Price 1800 136 IP TURKEY acres on Ducker Mill road CERULEAN 65 acres of bottom land 2 good houses 2 barns well watered 15 acres 1100 500 cash balance in one and 2 years at 6 per cent The beat farm timber Price SPRINGS TRIGG COUNTY KY i 1 V WS n er in the neighborhood Besides these we have other farms BOYD fur sale and will take pleasure in TURNEY Proprietors showing any of them to parties wish ing to buy Surveys Plats and AJj ThiafttmouB health and pleasure resort the oldest iu Western Kentucky stractfl of title furnished all purcbas ers Now is the time to buy real is situated on the Ohio Valllley branch of the Illinois Central railroad 16 estate miles from Hopkinsville and 14 miles from Princeton Three tracts of coal lands two of the mines partially developed Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest qualÂ¬ Â¬ ity Ono Â¬ one 175 acres one G5 acres All wifbin i mile Illinois Central II It Will sell at bargains and on easy Sulphur and Chalybeate Water in Abundance Six trains daily and terms Here are fortunes for the Reduced Rates First Class Italian Band Employed for the season right men For sale or exchange a good pay-ing hotel at tho famous Dawson Â¬ tract contains Q00 acres NOW OPEN lZrite For Rates Hotel ftccoramodations Unsurpassed It SELF LOADING PISTOL Can Be Fired Thirty Times a Minute Â¬ scarcely any shock to the hand and the barrel very nearly maintainfl its origin al direction The mechanism Is simple and perfect so that when the magazine is filled tho piece is ready to fire without further manipulation and whenlt is emptied the shooter is notified by the action remaining open Another popular form of magazine pistol is known as the Bergman which in skillful hands can be fired 30 times a minute The cartridges are inserted five at a time and if desired another empty cartridge can be carried in tho barrel The weapon Is self cocking and the spent cartridge is ejected automatically Â¬ Â¬ Springs Will sell at a bargain or exchange for improved farming land well located For sale a good first class board ing house at Dawson SnrhJKS Will sell on easy terms or exchange fpr good notes The owners business compels him to reside elsewhere 30 acre ranch well improved near San Diego Cal Will exchange for property in Christian county Ky Â¬ Tbe Baily Kentuckian 4 -- 400 PER YEAR William Robinson Agt Office Webber Street Hopkinsville Ky GRAYSON cr ft Iil to- VA - Queer Maalclpal Order Entirely new and first class in all At Schkendltz in Prussian Saxony the burgomaster recently gave orders respects Excellent sample rooms that on Sunday people should dress in asd servico uuequalled in the city a manner befitting the day and when On Double Car Line a mechanic appeared in the streets in C F L F Kleidkbkr Props his everyday working dress he was arÂ¬ Hondorson Ky rested and condemned to a fine of three marks or one days imprisonment Tho OLABENOE HABBI decision was set aside on appeal but OHAB 0ATLETT tho court admonished tho culprit that CATLETT HARRIS he was an Insensate dolt and that the Formerly with Forbes Iro grace of the Lord was not In him The tribunal evidently leaned to the con- Â¬ and viction that he had got what ho de- Â¬ served though the letter of tho law did not sustain the penalty We have concluded to go into bup Hm IB erolls Explanation inees for ourselves and ofi our sor A good story is told of the wife of She was re- Â¬ vices to tho publio at the most reas Col Robert Ingersoll cently spending an evening with a onable prices Paper hanging a spor friend About eight oclock after in laity All work guaranteol Leave orders at Qua Youngs ffectually attempting t smother sev Telephone fri 2 rinjrs eiwl yawB Mm Ingersoll apologised as follows You really must excus roe in but you know dear that J have aeodm The Iyawreiiceburjr Christian pauUd tha eoloiMl en a VMMtnt laoUir lini purchaMttj apipeoqpaai tour and kav in onauiMtt o4 imUt church Jt falling aaWp at ata habitm Hotel Henderson SPRINGS ThiB famous Kentucky SUMMER ia uow open for guests uudor -- HOTEL RESORT i NEW MANAGEMENT Special nt A nractical hotolmnn has been selected to diroot nffairs tontion civon to the cuisine Manv imnrovements havb beoti made in tno A pleasant time in store hotel and surroundings Hotel rates reasonable A splemlid Imud of music in for you Rooms bright and well ventilated PAINTERS PAPER HANGERS attendance Grand Ball Every Friday Night During Hie Season ADDRESS 7 vj Jr- iiiiimfi- y r 1 h wMWRQmMQm m ln iHBPf A V uttmmtkiiU0Mmtmtikmttk HopMiMvUk Produce rUrkt PEARYS TRIP ilasH pnM paid by Hopklusvllto merchants The Next Voyage to Arctic Regions Baco- n- BM irri r MMtiMmtiaUk BASEBALL SPECIAL DILDAY buys a horse rniHiiitiHnitwnnnilitwiiltiltitiiitPiinitimiiltitiniintiiiiiiiimBr - GAMES am country Shoulders 3tde Lard Ciouatry Eroducq r Butter Eggs New foathers Beoavvnx l I U4rJo 810o Will Soon Begin RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS Tallpw GiuBong por lb fore 1900 Peary will take passage on the steamer Help also here 13 I80 bound to Arctic waters with a party of explorers He will await the Poultry steamer Windward at Y chickens ttyo por dozSfG0l80 arrival of the 2c a port in Baffins Bay and then pro- Â¬ Hooatora ceed as far north as possible with drain his own steamer 3 Clovor per bushel 45c Corn War TaxlDecision 50o Wheat 50o St Louis July 11 A decision Corn shelled was made by Collector Greener Live stock 3V25 which will interest a good many Hogs 2G0800 people Drivers of express wagons Sheep 2n0350 drays and all transfer companies Cattle 300325 in giving or signing a receipt for Calves 400425 goods to be delivered in or about Lambs the city must have a one cent stamp Hides and Furs 67c affixed to each receipt This the Green hides collector held must be affixed by 1h Green salted hides 10l2o the consignor He holds thatgoods Dryfliut in all cases even in the delivery of Vegotablos New potatoes per bushel Cabbago per head Watermelons 75c Honoy Tub washed wool Gronsod July 12 which is to convey Lieut Peary to the Arctic on his expedition in search of the 12JlRo North Pole has arrived from New 7o York and is cdaling at the Whitney 2528c pier She has a large quantity of 1821o provisions on board sufficient to 20 last the party several years as 2225 Peary does not expect to return be Â¬ North Sydney O B 67o The Steamer Windward c SATURDAYS RESULTS Boston 5 Louisville 1 Baltimore G Cincinnati 4 Philadelphia 9 Cleveland 3 New York 10 SI Louis 4 Tliat is He Pays Six Dollars for Half an Hours Ride at riackinnc fk A good joke is being told on Mr N J Dilday by his friends Mr Dilday went to Mackinac island with the Kentucky Press Associa Â¬ tion last wcekvand as is his usual way wanted to see everything He walked into a livery stable with the air of a Kentuckian that had sold young colts for 10000 and in- Â¬ formed the man in charge that he wanted to take a short horseback ride A handsome bay horse tha looked like the winner of a Ken- Â¬ tucky derby was led out and mounting the steed Mr Dilday gal- Â¬ loped away The bracing Michi Â¬ gan air was too much for the Ken- Â¬ tuckian s summer clothes and he returned within half an hour How much do I owe he in- Â¬ quired of the man in charge of the place Six dollars was the readv rc- f piy f After steadying himself against a post Mr Dilday eqplained that he did not want to buy the animal but simply wanted to oav for a half k CASTOMA fl r For Infants and Children 2 ChicagO7iWashington2 Pittsburg 3 Brooklyn HOW THEY STAND The Kind You Have Always Bought jfiVegclablcPrcparationfor As Â¬ similating ikToodflndllcgula ling iheSlamachs arulBowcls of Clubs i8c 2Gc Cincinnati Bostori Won 49 44 Lost 25 28 27 28 32 32 34 37 42 41 pc 062 611 619 etio 567 At 5fX 447 424 380 319 307 Bears the Signature Cleveland14 Chicago Baltimore 42 42 42 39 35 Pittsburg New York Philadelphia Washington Brooklyn Louisville Si Louis i RomotcsTDigeslionChccrful tiessandlfcstContafns neither OpiuuTMorpbJnC nor Mineral WOT NARC OTIC jlmpeeTOldHrSAMVIinnMa Pumfhn Stti jibcScnna tedltlUSJti jinhtScrd JYppenmnt 30 31 ff The i 27 23 23 49 52 jAcartmateStiai ffSmJctd -- flmitud Sugar SCHEDULE POR TO DAY Louisville at Boston Cincinnati at Baltimore Pittsburg at Brooklyn St Louis at New York Cleveland at Philadelphia Chicago at Washington In the Philippines No brooms No hats worn Girls marry aFfifteen lion Sour StomachDlarrhoca Worms Convulsions Jevcrish ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP Will Apcrfect Remedy forConslipa Kind 85c 2585o 5125 53 75 55c 70c Florida Flour Retail Patent per bbl Standard por bblk Hay Clover per cwt Good Timothy Bran retail Tomatoes Fancy per doz Choice per doz Green Corn Fancy doz ears Choice doz ears tlTVl2Jo k 20o 10c - a trunk or a valise must have stamps or delivery Drivers wagons are common carriers in the eyes of the law and as such must have the receipt given the con- Â¬ signor stamped in order to make it legal This decision affects the transfer companies as well and while there has been no attempt to stamp packages and merchandise of various descriptions for delivery in the city steps will be taken at once to see that this provision of the law is enforced Physicians Suicide Dr J N Outen a well known physician of near Fulton commit- Â¬ ted suicide Friday night by taking of her morphine The family found him Every night in every ship Majestys navy the Queens health unconscious and he died soon after being discovered is drunk by officers of the vessel 10c 8c ft EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER No knives nor forks j M v They sleep at midday THC CENTAUR COMPANY NEW YORK CITY treats costs tlve ex Paducahan Horses are a curiosity 3 nearly as much as the horseback More women than men Rice is the chief product V ride Visitor Cattle as small as goats A Babys Death RUNYON Manila enjoys electricity Natives bathe thrice daily William H Green Jr the two it j PttOlRICTOKS OP Dewey had a rabbits foot and a half year old son of Mr and The grasshopper is a delicacy Ap iMrs W H Green of the Ringgold We buy half Manilas hemp neighborhood died at 8 oclock Sat- Â¬ Laborers earn ten cents a day urday evening says theClarksville Cocoanut oil is an illuminant Times having been ill a week He GlarksMiUe Tennessee Manila was founded in 1571 took pneumonia developing into Buffaloes are used for plowing typhoid fever The burial was at We Solicit the Patronage of All Who Have Tobacco To Sell Orchids command 51000 apiece Greenwood at 5 oclock yesterday Free Storage to Shippers Manila has 200000 inhabitants afternoon with service atthegrave Annual cigar output 140000000 by Rev A U Boone of this city Cash Advances Made on Weyler was governor for four J and Rev W H Doss of New Prov years idence J C KENDIUCK Salesman Ava T answered the liveryman and Mr Dilday was compelled to pay it He went to the hotel and sought out the Blue fa Grass editors telling them what a delifrhtful ride Iir hnd The secret -r Teaked out in a short while and the TV hours Thats a low price ride Tac Simile Signature of TSTEW YORK J Bought Always You Have TORIA KENDRICK I in G entralTobaccoWarehouse Consignments Shirts 50c Mens negligee shirts of madras and Red Hot and Still at 39c a Boiling CAT ALL HATS 1 Alens 2 ARE THE BARGAINS AT Price Â¬ zephyrs without collars or cuffs Mens fine madra negligee 75c shirt - with detachable link cuffs at 68c WlKPim HilP 7 wmra PRIPF pf Mens fine white duck pants - 98c stiff hats regular price 350 only 175 Mens nobby Edison black and brown regular price 3 now only 150 Alens white an tan Liberty Spec3 hats this week only 150 ials Liberty Special f Commencing TO DAY Your Pick and Choice of any Mans Suit 1 Any of our Mens and Boys 4 Off lVl lj-4 dies and Cliildrens Shoes and Slippers For odds and ends ladies fine dongola lace andbutton shoe out of lines that sold at 2 150 and 125 75c Pair OC rA4lljH and00d hof i Suit Boys Long and Knee Pant Suits 50 PAIR For oddsand ends of ladies lar prices 75c to 125 slippcis reguj 50 pair IhUcs oxfords chocolates Yonng Mans M AV it- aj te rMlflranR l0 i worth FRANKEL S DONT FORGET THE PLAGE TO SAVE MONEY IP 1 75 PAiRt tans qx 2 bloods and blacks worth 150 and pair i Hfl fcjtf-A-ii l yt a k ku -- L4LikliM4lt4k k rife 4 AljiMlbj tLJLi A liiiiAh - tf TO THE WALL Big Dry Goods House of THE COLD WAVE An Explanation of the Remarka ble Weather This Week Â¬ FARM HOUSE BURNED A 2000 Low YOUSOUP Tfce Wrestler One the Victims IX it 7 n 1 ft IM r a t- j h I 5 t p The chaatpio wrestler of tae The temperature Monday was a Defective Flue Co Fails world Ismeal Youaouf better Richards cooler than Sunday three degrees kaown throughout this country as was re- Â¬ A minimum of 5S degrees The Terrible Turk is supposed From that corded about suarise time the mercurv rose slowly dur House Was Owned by Hrs W M to have mtt his death by drowning Assignment Last Night WithR i ing the afternoon and reached jts Campbell of Louisville No In- Â¬ he haviag been a passenger on the E Cooper as Assignee il fated French liner La Bour Â¬ maximum of 80 degrees about5 3 tS surance on House or Contents gogne Yousouf was one of the oclock in the afternoon The mean Assets and Libilities v most remarkable physical speci for the day which was 69 was mens this world has ever known nor- Â¬ nine degrees beblow the daily The dwelling house of J B Lit Had he lived in classic times his This low temperature how- Â¬ mal The dry goods firm of Richards ever is not a record breaker for tlcfield near Campbells cave was prowess would no doubt have come OP Co doing perhaps the largest Â¬ dry goSds business in the city filed July as the files show a minimum destroyed by fire yesterday after down to posterity recorded by Mr Littlefield was in the some Virgil or Homer A New a deed of assignment at 10 oclock of 54 of July 1 1885 and July 31 noon 17 1886 field at work and no one was pres- Â¬ York paper says R E Cooper 1895 also 58 July last night naming Somewhere on the bottom of the The tropical storm which by ent except his mother and sister as assignee coming on land attracted all this They rang the farm bell for him Atlantic sixty miles or more south Thc failure came as a surprise ga of Sable Island there is lying in the and causes universal regret in the cool air southward could not over and he got there in time to save few articles out of the house in tangled wreckage of La Bourgogne come its superior force Ithas been city as the firm was one of the The fire the massively muscular body of a most popular in Hopkinsville It forced backward over the Gulf In cluding the feather beds defective flue man And in a leathern belt about wascomposed of Henry C Rich receding it has drawn the cool air originated from a even into Florida the maximum Mr Littlefield estimates his loss this mans waist are gold coins to ards J Bailey Richards and W the amount of 8500 a e oodlv temperature at Jacksonville yester- Â¬ at 500 with no insurance DCooper day being only 76 while at the The house was owned by Mrs weight The latter is a brother of Mr R This man was Ismeal Yousout evening observation the thermome- Â¬ W M Campbell of Louisville and E Cooper the warehouseman In round numbers the liabilities ter there registered eight degrees was a two story frame of eight Turk wrestle protege of the Sul- Â¬ Loss about 1500 with no tan miser glutton The weight of the firm are estimated at 20000 cooler than it was at Louisville at rooms n about his waist was what dragged the same hour Heavy rains are insurance a The assets it is believed will foot Remnants Domestics Prints Ginghams him to death falling on the Peninsula up apout 40000 When the French liner went It is warmer over the Dakotas HAWESVILLE AUG 29 The Principal Creditors down it was a d and Nebraska but in all other fight LinensSheetings Dress Goods SiiksEmbroideries Below will be found a list of the sections there has been no material Republican Convention Called to among the passengers and crew principal creditors who are mostly Etc in greater profusion that ever before for possession of the boats Ismeal charge in temperature Fair Eastern merchants Name a Candidate Yousouf was a giant a wild beast weather will continue in this section EUB Claffin Co N Y ap- Â¬ The great sale throughout our stocjc goes merrily on Bafor strength and he might have and vicinity with slowly rising 7050 00 proximate The Republican Committee that thrust scores aside when he made to- Â¬ temperature to day and warmer rgains are runinng wild here as they never run before Carter Dry Goods Co Lou- Â¬ de- Â¬ Its your for a boat But the belt was about Courier met at Owensboro yesterday night and to morrow 1000 00 isville cided to hold a convention at him and he Jourual thought more of that 3400 00 CityBankHopkinsville Hawesville on Monday August 29 than he did of the boat or himself chance to buy shoes and dry goods at nexjt to nothing figures Q A Elliott Lafayette 3000 00 Each county is entitled to one vote so he went down with the ship and PERSONAL GOSSIP Lewis ZuKaski St Louis 1028 00 for each 50 cast for McKinley or the world has lost a unique figure Julian Kokenge Co Cin- Â¬ Mr Thos G Dade is quite sick fraction over 25 The counties will from among her men of might 515 47 cinnati 0 Mr A Hille has gone to Dawson select the delegates in any manner TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Harris Newhirter Co Nashand at any time prescribed by the to spend a few days ville 378 00 county committees Some of the Mrs Geo W Metcalfe is spend- Thome Franklin CoNash- counties will hold precinct conven Corrected Unity Ily Ben Bawling Ilnukor ing the week at Dawson ami ISroker llopklusylllo ICy 199 40 ville tions others mass conventions Mr Jno P Burnett will return owing to the interests of candidates Co Sweetser Pembrook From Mondays Daily New York 454 45 from Dawson to day Chicago Market Bailey and Brown Dr T L Bacon went to Evans Lowery Goebel Co Cin- I Opg jHigt Closing 239 61 ville this morning on business cinnati e The wounded troopers who passed Cash Wheat 75 6ilbert Mfg Co N Y 258 49 Mr W S Elgin returned last through the city last night said Sept Wheat 68 68 67 Co Lee Tweedy New night from a business trip to Trigg one of their number with his leg Dec Wheat G7 67 67 600 00 York Town Marshal T W Witty of cut off was put off at Guthrie Sept Corn 32 32X 32tf Lbrd Taylor New York Gracey is here to day on business They did not mention his name but Dec Corn 32 32 32 329 00 Mrs Chas Young has returned it was probably J L Bailey the Sept Oats 19 19 19 J S Nelson Sons Shoe Co European Hotel man late of this from a visit to Dawson Springs 10 12 10 12 95 Sept Pork 675 00 North Grafton One of the men also said he Mrs J D Ware is the guest of city 55 Sept Lard 5 62 5 62 Parrott Taylor Chicago D Brown of this city and Mrs Jno F Clardy near Gracey knew L 60 Sept Ribs 5 67 5 67 18015 that he and another maiu in the Â¬ Miss Jessie Greer is visiting rel- same four with Brpwn were both Sept wheat puts Gly2 calls 68 The Globe Tailoring Co 9 New York Stocks ana Cotton 258 00 atives and friends in Carterville wounded but Brown escapeq with- Â¬ Cincinnati PER YBMR 111 W H McKnightSons Lou- Â¬ Opg I Higt Closing out injury Brown is a son of 250 00 isville Misses Essie Buna and Ethel Judge M D Brown Aug Cotton 6 03 6 03 6 04 Krippendorf Dittman Co Freeman are visiting at Pon this 1 20 Am Tob 1 21 21 The Endeavorers Adjourn 193 70 week Cincinnati Chicago Gas 99 99 99 Co Balti- Â¬ Lyon Bros Q 1 07 07X 1 06 Mai J O Ferrell returned last Nashville July 12 The seven C B more 245 25 night from a business N 54 54 54X trip to teenth International Christian En- Â¬ L Troy Collar Co Troy New 1 07 deavor convention closed its session Manhattan 1 07 Cadiz 107 York 9400 Miss Fannie West is visiting rel- Â¬ with an excellent program at Cen- Â¬ Sugar 1 32tf 1 1 34 34 00 Butter Bros New York Coal Iron 25X 25X 25X atives and friends at Herndon and tennial Park last night While the 41 25 A Cappel Dayton 0 Chicago Receipts To day attendance this year has not been Lafayette Indianapolis Hat Co Indi Â¬ Â¬ 40 Cars Mr T C Hanbery and wife have as large as was expected the ex- Wheat 20 20 anapolis Ind ercises were of a most interesting Corn 516 Cars returned from a short visit to rel- Â¬ Hamilton Co Morgan nature and productive of great Oats 213 Cars atives in Cadiz 16 05 Nashville good The weather was pleasant Hogs Vk 23000 Mr and Mrs Thos N Petree and the delegates were handsomely Cattle Hoifte Cincin- Â¬ Furnay 1800 Head 64 78 have returned from a weeks visit entertained nati The next meeting Hag Market Jno C Lewis Co Louisville 26 78 to Dawson will be at Detroit Hogs To day 23000 Mrs W H Everett and children Weymouth Shoe Co Wey Â¬ Light 390 Withdrew Keys 40 50 have gone on a visit to relatives mouth Mass Mixed 395 27 60 near Sinking Fork Finch ShoeCo Columbus O Paducah Ky July 12 The dis- Â¬ Rough 380 Hamilton Brown Shoe Co Mrs Cross Wood and children of trict populist committee met here Heavy 397 77 65 Trenton are visiting Mr Eugene yesterday and withdrew the nomi- Â¬ St Louis No Yellow Fever Hutchins Potter Johns- Â¬ Woods family nation for congress of Ben C Keys 13 50 town New York Key West July 12 Special Mrs A W Pyle and daughters of Calloway and nominated in his R Ef Cooper Hopkinsville 1100 00 are spending to day in the country stead Hon Bud Reeves of Wick There is no yellow fever here and 129 45 near Church Hill Gans Bros Baltimore liffe He is to decide whether he none is apprehended 5 29 AAVantine CoNew York Mr Walter Dulin and wife of is to run or not by July 24 when Chas F Pauli Cincinnati 33 20 Improving Madisonville are visiting Mrs Lou the committee will again meet to Attorney Ferguson Chris- Â¬ Garnett Williams hear his decision West on Sixteenth street Mr Harry Ferguson who has 233 00 tian Co been very sick for about ten days Prof C C Ferrell of the Univer Â¬ Old Directors Chosen Again WmMey er Co New York 320 96 is able to be up and come down Can get shoes atid oxfords to fit them sity of Mississippi is at home with Trautmann HellerCo Bal- Â¬ The annual election of a board of town for a for next to short time this morning his parents for the summer 113 86 timore directors for the Bank of Hopkins- Â¬ nothing We are overloaded on Mens sizes 5 Osborne Hutchins Miss Inez Ellis has returned to ville was held yesterday Hunt The old Pay Your City Taxes Cincinnati 95 75 her home in Bowling Green after board was re elected composed of City Taxes for 1897 must be paid 5 1 2 6 6 6 1 2 and and Ladies- - sizes h Jno H Hibben Dry Goods an extended trip to relatives here Henry Gant D R Beard C H by August 1 or property will be 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 and in all grades of shoes Co Cincinnati 164 00 Bush Jno P Garnett and Dr E advertised for sale Dr Jas O Cook who returned S L C Cravens C T C Co Jackson Corset JackStuart The officers of the bank from Cerulean Sunday is threaten- Â¬ 18 75 sonMich remain as heretofore ed with bilious fever Remember the Haine D Janieison Sons Phila Â¬ Alinor Rollins Acquitted Mr Albert White is in Trigg Place to get your fine Merchant delphia 52 06 Tailoring is by Powright Pants Co Chicago Minor Rollins col indicted for C D Osborn 19 50 county this week interviewing the farmers in regard to fertilizer for stealing harness was tried before made for 3 5 7 and Suits14 It is to be hoped that the firm will 134U WILL BE SOLD AT Judge Cansler on a transfer from be ableto pay out and resume busi Â¬ fall seeding Rev S N Vail left last night for Circuit court The jury acquitted ness Guy Duncan a former clerk of With one exception it was Chicago and will later visit friends The stock will be invoiced as J H Anderson Co returned to him His resignation as two stores Henderson this morning after a made up of colored men County in Indiana soon as possible and the pastor of the First Presbyterian Attorney Anderson prosecuted and occupied by the late firm will be short stay with friends here church has been accepted and Mr Bob Lander defended Rollins opened for busines by the assignee A marriage license was yester- Â¬ Vail is not likely to return to Hop- Â¬ day granted Richard Thacker to Dick Kitchens New Situation A Music Class kinsville wed Annie Garrott The parties Popular Dixon Kitchen who has Miss Armstrong a music teach- Â¬ Co for sev Â¬ are colored been with Richards er from Illinois will arrive in the Miss Belle Brandon of Nashville n eral years has closed a trade to city Friday for the purpose of who returned from the trip to Dan Â¬ Acme Elevator Finished ville with Mrs W R Howell will work for Hopper Bros on the first working up a class in music She remain here a few days before re Â¬ new elevator of the Acme is said to come with the highest The of August He will make thera a of turning to JSashville Mills was given its first trial yes Â¬ recommendations food man t m terday evening pit has a capacity JJmlJ Colored Infant Dead of 70000 bushels It is divided in Â¬ FOUNDA sum of money Call Two nicfe unfurnished room to let suitable for uracil family i The infant daughter of Frank to 14 compartments of 5000 bushels and describe same W P Toland in the city Monday each The corapmy is now receiviRobinson died P J Brbsmn ng- and storing rkf t in it m Candy Kicii and wa VMriel to ijjiy Patty made her dfebut ia CmU T The Ncr ef La Bourgogne Heres Money For You GREAT SALE Town From REMNANTS Tomorrow hand-to-han- Â¬ The Daily Kentuckian 400 I I Men and Women Small IVWPfflMflNVH WITH A WW L 7s 3s Worth 2 to 6 - - 50C TO mtxi 200 Mtyowii