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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ivy a miiiM fc AiAtiiiiuuimto4mmt h Read The DailyKentuclcian tlVB NEWS OnEvery Page We Set The Pace nSBBR II Ctf a Week fe JyOL 1 NO 69 HdPKINSVILLE KY SATURDAY AFTERNOON JULY 16 1898 JJwttlJL W4 titeft a m 1 PRICE rOENTS PEACE RUMORS Said JL v Socks and Two Companions Spain to Have Opened flight for Burglary f Negotiations at Washington The Frcncli Ambassador to Act As Mediator in ENTER Epsons Geo Watsons Squadron Is Waiting Orders a Moments Notice ARE Two of Them Taken in the and the Other Arrested fl This Morning the Fleet Sails Matter A Special Madrid dispatch this afternoon says several newspapers assert that the Spanish government open- ¬ ed peace negotiations to day at Washington through the French Ambassador Washington July 16 Special -- The navy department decided this afternoon at 2 oclock to hold Commo- ¬ dore Watsons squadron till Santi ¬ ago actually and finally surrenders This change of plan since morning gives color to the report from Mad rid that peace negotiations have actually begun London July 16 Hred to Sail For Spain fat ORDERS Watsons raiding Squadron now Spain Orders are readiness to sail are eager to mently expected and the Siboney Cuba July start Synopsis of the AboutlO qclock last night Ben Long8on of Esq WRLong prtsfed in front of Petrec Co s shoe store and noticed that tbqf grating of the cellar was opened He reported the circtfmstrfnee to the police and oflicers Wadlington and Lander stationed themselves across pe street and awaited developments They had been there a few ihin utest wtieri blficerLander confclud ed to make a reconnotsance He accordingly entered the open cellar uuu uieucu ruuui MOMENTARILY EXPECTED above He wuuu upiuwiesiure boyj foUndtwo negro Lucicn Fortsbn aged i8 and WaU ter Washington aged 12 This 16Special--Com-moAor- e morning Jas Washington aged 15 known as Socks was also in taken in charge and lodged in jail is mo- ¬ The other boys stated that Sodks for who formerly worked at Petred men Co s store was the leader of tlie gang and told1 them how to get in Thev claimed that Socks oaid them five cents apiece to go in arid Terms get some shoes of hjsleft in the fceTs Idl Into the Harbor Brooke Getting toad to Start For Porto Rico A VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN AHEAD -Q-e- neral Washington July 16 Special Small Pox in Clay County V Pineville Spe- ¬ Ky July 16 cial It is reported here that there are twenty cases of smallpox in Clay county and an epidemic of the disease is threatened Brooke commanding the First corps arriYed this morning and is conferring with G en Cor bin regarding the Porto Rican invasion The report that Sampson had entered the harbor came from the signal operator at Playa Del Este this morning Council of War Called To Consider Weighty Matters Washington July 16 Special President McKiuley and Secreta- ¬ ry Alger have sent a message of congratulations and gratitude to Gen Shatter for his brilliant achievement at Santiago Councilof war began at the White House at 1010 this morning The subject of the conference is unknown but it is supposed to be the inva ¬ sion of Porto Rico and the dispatch of Watsons lleetto Spain T Our Costly Collier C3UIKH UUCS UUL UUlUlt IIIULIIU was in the cellar but says he vyiis Special July Spaniards Conceded Everything out of town last night Later he Washington Long 16decided Secretary this dispatch was re- ¬ crossed himself by stating that he morning despite protests to fit the The following Special Washington July 16 dropped a cigarette through tljeJ cruiser Buffalo as a warship ceived at 905 a m grating and went down after it Partic The Pembroke School Olaya Del Este July 16 The Spanish have surrendered Judge Leavell held oyer all three SHATTER of them urfder bonds of 500 each ularsjater WM This is taken to mean that tne hitch in the proceedings had been and they arc now in jail to await says tne Jf embroke Review that JVIiss Jennie West will have charge the action Pljjhe grandjury tNremoved by a Spanish back down i of the public school at this place y oampuu iitui Gen Shatter also reports tnax ne is lniormeu SOWLE LHSS CORPORATIONS during the fall term She will be entered the harbor this morning assisted by Miss Theresa Cannon of our tdwn and the school we pre- ¬ report sent last night was as follows The Get the State Printing Contracts sume will be conducted upon the The agreement to surrender Santiago and all of the island east of a Revoked Last Week same plan as it was last season line down from Aceraderos to Sagua was signed at 4 oclock this after- ¬ there having been no change made noon It was approved by Gen Miles Gens Blanco and Toral await in instructors Miss West is from approval from Madrid The guns and defenses are to be turned over The State printing contracts Hopkinsville and her ability to to the Americans in good condition The 20000 refugees at El Cancy have been awarded to the George conduct a school successfully has Fetter Printing Company of Louisand Siboney are to be returned to the city American jnfantry will pa- ¬ ville for the first class and the been clearly demonstrated in this trol the roads Our hospital corps will attend the sick and woundeU Courier Job Printing Company for community while Miss Cannons Spanish soldiers All of the troops in the province of Santiago except the second class- The bids were record and standing as a teacher is too well and favorably known to 10000 under Gen Lqgue at Holquin are to come to the city and surren- ¬ 42 and 47 per cent- respectively of require comment der The Americans are to have the full use of the Juragua railway the maximum allowed by law The Sowle Printing Company Will be Wedded August 10 which belongs to the Spanish government The Spanish soldiers are Was elected State prljijterlast fall Mr Hunter Wood Jr and Miss to be conveyed home by the American transports and they will be al ¬ but its contract Aas revoked last Betsy Dudley Blakemore will be lowed to take portable church property along The Spanish are to sur- ¬ week ij married Wednesday August 10 render arms They were disposed to make trouble over the points Judge Toney of Louisville is- ¬ The wedding will take place at whether the submission would be a surrender or evacuation and wheth- ¬ sued an injunction on behalf of Grace Episcopal church and will Sowle to prevent the letting of the er they would retain or give up their arms This caused the hitch set- ¬ contract be a brilliant society event and as this was ignored is the second son The groom-to-b- e tled this morning by the State printing board there of Mr Hftnter Wood and is engag ¬ maybe interesting developments ed in the practice of law with his Arrives The Solace Miss Blakemore is the father Next Week Wlllbe Oay daughter of CoL W T Blakemore The indications Both are With More Wounded Soldiers week will be quite fi arcj that innext circles prominent in local society gaypne society The city is filling up with The hospital ship Solace with visiting young ladies Special Norfolk Va July 16 Mr Careys New House andtwo form 228 wounded sold ers ncludimr 110 bpaniarus will disembark tie al receptions arc Already on the Mr Dabney C Carey has moved program for next wcekinJ honor oi into his handsome new cottage on wounded men at the naval hospital here this afternoon in South Virginia street adjoining visiting belles j r Mr E HAndersons It is quite an Judgemnt forthejPJjaintiff Ten Have Died Among attractive residence built in mod- ¬ Judge Cansler heard the case ern style with waterworks and improvements this momihg of Forbes yBro vs other Spanish The house was just finished this Mrs Morrjtt wio sued for 43 for busi- ¬ veek by Forbes Bro and Mr Special There were two more1 plans and specificationsof a Portsmouth- N H July 17 ness building Jo MrfM6rritt Carey moved in a day or two ago deaths among the Spanish prisoners here last night making ten in all Judgment was given the plaintiffs u for 20 Wni There arc many more of them sick and further deaths are expected Teddys Choice the Latest rww No Liberty of Person No Freedom of the Press ¬ Madrid July 16 Special To days newspapers are noticeable on account of blank spaces in the columns indicating the suppression of news by the government censors - Havana Wants Peace Says a Madrid Special Special Madrid July 16 The Imparcial dispatches from Hava ¬ say there has been a great change in public opinion Peace is ex- ¬ na pected in a few days There is much rejoicing over the prospect of a close of hostilities i Sending Troops to the ¬ Front to Guard Coast Towns Gibraltar July 16 Special Three regiments ¬ try have been ordered from Seville to Algeciras ing dug in the vicinity of Carbonera Spanish infan- ¬ Intrcnchments are be of m 1 Fortifying the Harbor At Barcelona the Prisoners up-to-da- te Spain - Special Barcelona Spain July 16 Long lines of torpedqs have been sunk in the harbor here as at other points Colored School Teachers The following corps of teachers for the colored Public Schools have been elected by the trustees Prin ¬ cipal Prof J P Jetton J Wesley Bronaugh Peter Boyd Mrs Jen nie L Poole Mrs Rosa L Allon Misses Rosa F Morgan Millie Davis Kittie J Kinqhelow Two teachers are yet to bq selected for the city school wt New PrincipalThe Board of Curators of the Vamlerbilt Training School which in located at Elkton Ky and is under the control of the Louisville Conference Methodist Episcopal Church South recently held a meeting at icikton and elected Prof J H Harrison of Tennessee as Principal of ih School Prof R E Crockett the former Principal having resigned because of ill ekiin A - C S ciW Vigorj7 nXl 51 w Nw Suits Filed tyfpllowhiff jbuU vr ft naSVrHiartomj i bought the wholesale whisky busi- - The cxercises wiU be conducted by ncss 01 ii u uverstrcet NsLotius city Fined 250 andiCost Mrs Sarah Mcanb of this vcityt filed has received a letter from hereon Mrv Jiio c Jiiurami mvmim Means who is 1 ftolditr In in JiHlga Uaijsler tj coirt thlj mprnWalter tjie regular army saying he was jng and entered a pjea jt guilty to m anioundeiHn the battle of Santiago lVjivinir 4hit a rieirro man He was lfinKl2 JiHjr q and i - Thp examination papers have ment of Teddys Choice hats the Owcnsboro July 16 Local de not been looked into yet and it is newest thing out They arc mod liveries of wheat arc heavy much not known hdvvmany of tivc teach eled after the Cuban sombreros beiug sold at seventy cents Ji ers vho applied for ccVtiJicates yes and are put up in red white and opened yesterday at sixty eight terday were successful l blue boxes They arc all the go cents and dealers predict a iluctu in the largo cities and will doubtLyon Institute ating price for several days Sev Mir In less prove popular here eral large crops are being held k The Lv J Both Sides Won Kiilltn vt ill convene at Eddyville back for a rise otliuiu The Progress during the past E P Millett of Henderson has July 18 and continue five days ¬ ¬ - Wheat 70 Cents in Owcnsboro Going Over the Pan2rs Sara Frankel who is always up-to-da- te has received a consign- ¬ ¬ The Cadiz Fleet Washington July 16 TheCadiz fleet undey Admiral Camara is ex ¬ pected to1 reach Cartagena Spain Sunday next f firs Koon Very Sick ¬ ¬ Mrs J B Koon was taken sud ¬ denly ill last night and is still very sick to day l days has interviewed quite a number of perBpns regarding the Chandler Moore debate at Sharon Grpy and we reach the conclusion that ityVast a signal victory for both sidcsr Elkton Progress few tiai4f hoiii -- i 4 s- - the inusicteach er has kyriyed and i board nig1 at MrffW S ayisoun V tft kin V MtesArnrpng Mjss Fannie Brown of Hppkjnsf ville who has been the gupst of arii Bennett is visiting in thecpun Will Visit Chickamauga try Fulton Leader A party of eight from MariOnj Mr CulIomReushaw pf Sinking Ky arrived on the 150 train this Fork returned home after a fM afternoon en route to Chickamauga to relatives here on a visit of two or three days days visit The wreck of the Cristobal Colon u They were Meiers y D Walling prdt Houston Orme J Ai Farmer has been fastened to the shore to v Ed Gray Lswis Clifton Levi Cook keep it from beih washed lljlo deep water Rob Cook Hnd Henry Stpne 0 -- I j V ai iny iil r- - 7 77 W II imwi mm n u Rend The LIVB NEWS DailyKentUGkian 1 OnEvery Page Wc Set The 3 Cti t Week HOPKINSVILLE mi XI Pice TOL L NO 69 KY SATURDAY AFTERNOON JULY 16 II 1898 READY im WMi Kill and Ttyo Companions M ij iij1 Lgf lnfl PMOErOENag aarr PEACE RUMORS Spain Socks Said to Have Opened flight l for Burglary Negotiations at Washington The French Ambassador to Act As Mediator in the ENTER t j i Watsons Squadron Is Waiting Orders a Moments Notice Two of Them Taken in the imu and the Other Arrested W This Morning fit ifct i rjL j Matter London July 16 A tVjA lT77i 10 A Special Madrid dispatch this afternoon says several newspapers assert that the Spanish government open ed peace negotiations to day at Washington through the French Ambassador Washington July 16 Special -- The navy department decided this afternoon at 2 oclock to hold Commo- ¬ dore Watsons squadron till Santi ¬ ago actually and finally surrenders Ji jt ORDERS ARE MOMENTARILY EXPECTED ahnvo TTe fotind two neo rn hnvft This change of plan since morning Lucien Fortsbn aged 18 and Wal- ¬ gives color to the report from Mad ter Washington aged 12 This rid that peace negotiations have morning Jas Washington 1aS Siboney Cuba actually begun as was wr in 15 knowncharge SocksJodged in also is taken in jail and Small Pox in Clay County mo ¬ The other boys stated that Socks for Pineville Ky July 16 Spe- ¬ who formerly worked at Petree 7 men Co s store was the leader Of the cial It is reportedhere that there gang and told them how to get in are twenty cases of smallpox in They claimed that Socks paid Clay county and an epidemic of the them five cents apiece to so in and is Terras Synopsis of get some shoes of hjsleft in the tel-- disease threatened lax1 Socks d6es not admit thaVho Our Costly Collier says he wrifs Washington July 16 but wasin the Special Conceded Everything out of town cellar night Later i he last Secretary Long decided this he a 16 The following dispatch was rer crossed himself bv statinir that Ki morning despite protests to fit the Special Washington July UIUppUU U tiy lllCLLC LUfUUyil LUli cruiser Buffalo as a warship ceived at 905 a m grating and went down after it Spanish have surrendered Partic The Pembroke School Olaya Del Este July Judge Leavell held oyer all three SHATTER ouu until ui luciu unuer uonus ui ularsJaW tlic hitch in the proceedings had been and they arc now in jail to await says tnc jfemoroKe Keview tnat This is taken to mean that Miss Jennie West will have charge the action ofjhc grartd jurywv Nyawoved by a Spanish back down r of the public school at this place JenfShafUr also reports that he is informed that Sampsons fleet LKSS CORPORATIONS during the fall term She will be SOWLE entered the harbor this morning assisted ly Miss Theresa Cannon of our t6wn and the school we pre The report sent last night was as follows Qet the State Printing Contracts sume will be conducted upon the The agreement to surrender Santiago and all of the island east of a Revoked Last Week same plan as it was last season line down from Aceraderos to Sagua was signed at 4 oclock this after- ¬ there having been no change made noon It was approved by Gen Miles Gens Blanco and Toral await in instructors Miss West is from The State printing contracts Hopkinsville approval from Madrid The guns and defenses are to be turned over and her ability to The 20000 refugees at El Caiicy have been awarded to the George conduct a school successfully has to the Americans in good condition Fetter Printing Company of Louisand Siboney are to be returned to the city American infantry will pa- ¬ ville for the first class and the been clearly demonstrated in this trol the roads Our hospital corps will attend the sick and wounded Courier Job Printing Company for community while Miss Cannons Spanish soldiers All of the troops in the province of Santiago except the second class- The bids were record and standing as a teacher is too well and favorably known to 10000 under Gen Lqgue at Holquin are to come to the city and surren- ¬ 42 and 47 per cent respectively of require comment der The Americans arc to have the full use of the Juragua railway the maximum allowed by law The Sowle Printing Company Will be Wedded August 10 which belongs to the Spanish government The Spanish soldiers are was elected State printer last fall al- ¬ Mr Hunter Wood Jr and Miss to be conveyed home by the American transports and they will be but its contrsact A as revoked last Betsy Dudley Blakemore will be to sur- ¬ week lowed to take portable church property along The Spanish are married Wednesday August 10 render arms They were disposed to make trouble over the points Judge Toney of Louisville is- ¬ The wedding will take place at whether the submission would be a surrender or evacuation and wheth ¬ sued an injunction on behalf of Grace Episcopal church and will to er they would retain or give up their arms This caused the hitch set- ¬ Sowle prevent the letting of the be a brilliant society event contract and asthis was ignored is the second son The groom-to-b- e tled this morning by the State printing board there of Mr Hunter Wood and is engag ¬ maybe interesting developments ed in the practice of law with his The Solace Arrives Miss Blakemore is the father Next Week WiljW Gay daughter of Colt W T Blakemore The indications Both With More Wounded Soldiers week vill be qultq a are that innext circlesare prominent in local society sogay one ciety The city is filling up with Special The hospitalship Solace with visiting young ladies Norfolk Va July 16 Mr Careys New House and two form110 Spaniards will disembark the al receptions arc til 228 wounded soldiers including Mr Dabney C Carey has moved ready on the hospital here this afternoon program for next weekm honor of into his handsome new cottage on wounded men at the naval Hi South Virginia street adjoining visiting belles i Mr E HAndersons It is quite an Judgemnt for thejPJaintiff Ten Have Died Atnoty attractive residence built in mod- ¬ Judge Canslqr heard the case ern style with waterworks and improvements this morning bfForbes vfBro vs other Spanish The house was just finished this Mrs Merjit who sued for 43 for Bro and Mr Special There were two more plans and specifications ofra busi yeek by Forbes Portsmouth N II July 17 ness budding vfo MrJtM6rritt Carey moved in a day or two ago deaths among the Spanish prisoners here last night making ten in all Judgment was given the plaintiffs m There are many more of them sick and further deaths are expected Teddys Choice the Latest for 520 Sam Frankel who is always Going Over the PapSfs1 Wheat 70 Cents in Owensboro A New Principalhas received a consign The examination papers have mentof Teddys Choice hats the Doard of Curators of the 16 The Owensboro July Local de- ¬ Vamlerbilt Training School which liveries of wheat are heavy much not been looked into yet and it is newest thing out They are mod- ¬ not known how many of tlie teach eled after the Cuban sombreros U located at Elkton Ky and is being sold at seventy ccnt tiftj ers vho applied for certificates yes ¬ andareput up in red white and fcRder the control of the Louisville opencu yesterday at sixty eight terday werfc successful blue boxes They arc all the go Conference Methodist Episcopal cents and dealers predict a fluctu- ¬ in the large cities and will doubt ¬ Lyon Institute Church South recently held a ating price for several days Sev ¬ less prove popular here meeting at Elkton and elected Prof The In pth Sides Won J H Harrison of Tennessee as eral large crops are being held 1 - It vwill convene at for a rise ldyyille back stituto Principal of ih School Prof Rt E The Progress during the past IS P Millett of Henderson has July 18 and continue five days Crockett the former Principal exercises will be conducted by few days has interviewee1 quite a ¬ having resignod because of ill bought the wholesale whisky busi The number of pqrsons regarding the ness of II G Oyerstreet teCothja R M ShiftPi df Winchester Iy JW With 1 i Chandler Moore debate at Sharon citv Grpv and we reach the conclusion NW Suits FihHl Find 350 and Cost Mr Sarah Means of this city that it vaH a signal victory for llowiny suits wr fiWi has recqived a lqttep- - f rdm hqf eon Jno p ppqarqd both sidqsr Elkton Progress iiomq olf in Judge h fr - Canslerk court Walter Means who is a tidier in inJudgCanslerH court this njorn- f urJ7 Bfvnil nf v w Jtu ayng- - he wan injf Hpd eqterqil A pjea of guilty to Misq Armstrong the music teach sr the regular rmy Aity VHta or t T rrr landed in the battle of SanUWo UaYinw hit a netrro man lis was ei has arrived and is boardintr at j ona bridal til Wi Mr Vtl S t fiavluona Juil 3 and s itill in the boltal UnedSXH r y r r K Wfared to Sail For Spain at oclock last night Den Longson of Esq WRLong prfssed in front of Pctrec Co s1 shoe store and noticed that the grating of Ithc cellar was opened He reported the circUmstrincexo the police and officers Wadlitigton and Landpr stationed themselves across Hue street and awaited developments They had been there a few rhin- utesj wlietibfficbrLander conclud- ¬ ed to make a reconnoisance pile accordingly entered the open cellar and thence went ttptothe store room About Sampsons Fleet Sails Into the Harbor Gen Brooke Getting Read to Start Fof Porto Rico A VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN AHEAD July Watsons raiding Squadron now Spain Orders are readiness to sail are eager to mently expected and the m-modore Washington July 16 Special general 1 start the Brooke commanding the First corps arrived this morning and is conferring with G en Oor bin regarding the Porto Rican invasion The report that Sampson had entered the harbor came from the signal operator at Playa Del Este this morning Council of War Called To Consider Weighty Matters Washington July 16 Special President McKinley and Secreta- ¬ ry Alger have sent a message of congratulations and gratitude to Gen Shatter for his brilliant achievement at Santiago Council of war began at the White House at 1010 this morning The subject of the conference is unknown but it is supposed to be the inva ¬ sion of Porto Rico and the dispatch of Watsons fleet to Spain Spaniards 16--T- he - No Liberty of Person No Freedom of thp Press ¬ Madrid July 16 Special To days newspapers are noticeable on account of blank spaces in the columns indicating the suppression of news by the government censors Havana Wants Peace Says a Madrid Special Special Madrid July 16 The Imparcial dispatches from Hava ¬ na say there has been a great change in public opinion Peace is ex- ¬ pected in a few days There is much rejoicing over the prospect of a close of hostilities Sending Troops to the ¬ Front to Guard Coast Towns Special Three regiments of Spanish infan ¬ from Seville to Algeciras try have been ordered retrenchments are be ¬ 16 Gibraltar July ¬ ing dug in the vicinity of Carbonera i Fortifying the Harbor At Barcelona the Prisoners up-to-da- te Spain ¬ Barcelona Spain July 16 Special Long lines of torpedqs have been sunk in the harbor here as at other points Colored School Teachers The following corps of teachers for the colored Public Schools haye been elected by the trustees Prin ¬ cipal Prof J P Jetton J Wesley Bronaugh Peter Boyd Mrs Jen r nie L Poole Mrs Rosa L Allen Misses Rosa P Morgan Millie Davis Kittie J Kinchclow Two teachers are yot to be selected for the oity school up-to-da- te - The Cadiz Fleet Washington July 16 ThcCndiz fleet linden Admiral Camara is ex- pected to reach Cartagena Spain Sunday next Hrs Koon Very Sick MrsJ D Koon was taken sud denly ill last night and is still very sick to day ¬ ifur r1 1 hurpj Tl w r- i - P li t 7 H Mjss Fannie Brown of Uppkfnsi villc who has been the guestof Sam Bennett is visiting in the coun ¬ Will Visit Chlckamauga try Fulton Leader A party of eight from Marion Mr CuUomRenshaw of Sinking Ky arrived on the 150 train tins Fqrk returned home after a faw afternoon en route to Chickamaugn to reJativeK here on a visit of two or three days days visit The wreck of the Cristobal CoUn v They wcrp Messrs V D Walling ford IlQUStpjn Onne J A Farmor has been fastened to the shore to Ed Gray Lewif Clifton Levi Cook keep it from bing washed5 itjto deep water Rob Cook and Henry Stpne v -- f 1 Kf Vh 1 m tWW-A- sr -- 0W S2E22H w r Jjft itjf-- mmmmmmmmmAmm foe PW 4 ail ftentucWart tTflto pt Sunday by Delivered by carrlofst all always oil the fcWrt we These prairiw fot wll HtMe approached Denver sdenil with a fcrtlje spot Flowers grow lujcudaaly here and also alfalfa grass ia por ¬ tions on which were fcedisg1 fcrU of cattlq and horses As W rcaci Denver the cduntry becomes more hilly and broken Denver it sclfdsabeantiful city of 123000 population situated on a level Forty years ago it plateau was only a rude mining camp Here in our short stay we met Mrs Graham and daughter arid lyirs They Were plcased BeUandson with the climate and city After leaving there over the Den ¬ ver Rio Grande R R the great Scenic line of the West we saw in the distance though apparently but a few a miles off the snow- ¬ capped point of Pikes Peak The atmosphere is so pure here hat We distances are very deceptive traveled on for 75 miles in the di- ¬ rection of the Peak until we reach- ¬ SpringB when it ed Colorado only a few miles off when seemed first sighted1MajPikewhofirstdis covered the Peak describes it thus We saw a light blue cloud which we concluded to be a mountain We marched during the entire day with an idea of arriving at the mountain but at night found no visible difference in its appear- ¬ He then traved ten days ance before arriving at its base and he then attempted to ascend but found he had only ascended Cheyenne mountain- a small adjacent one and he became discouraged and wrote The summit of the grand Peak which was entirely bare of vegeta ¬ tion and covered with snow now appeared at the distance o 15 miles and as high again as what we ascended and would have taken a whole days march to have arriv- ¬ ed at its base whence I believe no human being could have ascended to its pinnacle But thanks to our age of pro- ¬ gress on alighting from the train at Colorado Springs I was inform- ¬ ed that after a brief rest I could ascend that afternoon by taking a street car and passing through Colorado City formerly the capital of the State and through Manitou in fame almost equal to Colorado Springs as a health resort i These towns are all contiguous and con- ¬ We nected by street railway reached the foot of Pikes Peak and getting on the cog wheel rail- ¬ road ascended a distance of nine miles to the summit being far above timber line and the mountain was covered with snow The rari fied air caused many to become dizzy and short of breath and not a few were troubled with nose bleeding At that attitude 14150 feet the heart beats much faster and exercise has to be taken with caution Some of the young tour- ¬ g ists indulged mildly in The snow in Borne parts was knee deep It is never absent from the pinnacle of the Peak At that time it was unusually warm in Manitou and Colorado Springs just nine and thirteen miles below re- ¬ spectively where vegetables flow ¬ ers and fruit were growing luxuri- ¬ antly Colorado Springs is a beau- ¬ tiful city of 20000 with numerous parks and well laid off streets It is the most noted of Western health resorts Here we met Mrs McCar- ¬ thy nee Miss Nannie Barbour and at Cripple Creek a few miles distance lives Mr Thos B Burbridge and family Leaving Colorado Springs we traveled for 48 hours in sight of snow capped mountains whose majestic propor- ¬ tions ones eyes tire of beholding The monotony is only broken by an occasional mountain village or mine prospect We traveled one entire day and night just after the naval engagement off Santiago before we could secure a daily paper as none were published enroute Through Utah wc passed some beautiful valleys under a high state of culti- ¬ vation Salt Lake City or Zion as it is called by the Mormon faithful has a population of 65000 is noted for its wide streets 132 feet with twen ¬ ty feet of sidewalk Here the traveler is shown through the Mor- ¬ mon Tabernacle one of the finest in the world noted for its accous tic properties as one can sit n the gallery 250 feet distant and hear the faintest whisper or a pin fall The Temple is also a mag nihicent structure adjoining macje of wliite granite and costing 10 POOOOQ In this Only the Faithful a fa allowed to enter It was 40 Got tinned onjPafci 3 - mm S miBflUQi p - The Kenttiqjydn I arm A MhMmimMjmMmmf m 1 Yeai tile i nuiiin rrry tH f xo omwtn rim wmx v cityat more than a barrn wat lly And the New MathewsNcwInjc ifW TrmjtnnTTOX ps MxK TEH im apvanok IN ADYANUS 86 3 MONTH w Pn AM W 408 J ESTATE ACENT j DEMOCRATIC gOR TICKET ACROSS CONTINENT ABSTBAPTSQFTIILEIIADE per cent on first class real estate for a term of 5 years Wo fcave for Bale some of Money loured CONGRESS it 6 i iHR Modern FOR ONLY Y c - Seiii AvA t j HHRHjQDCt OTllO i JillhNMbufaM im- - 1 HE5JRY D ALLEN T OP -- UNION COUNTY V s It A ii v iv 3 m i J IP risrr Mij IS pitfp jtsWr kfli u i tot Ph r ir mi Ml- J - r W iHr fj i V n Spain has Waisons invasion ho far v expended itself in words empty words A little more ffin- - The Country and Its Scenery Cities if Y ger pieasc anu Kcsourccs urajwi wuiy i Described Edward Marshall the wounded correspondent of the New York Journal has reached Charleston enroute home San Francisco Cal July 11 198 Editor Eentuckian Dewey continues to act wisely in Some days ago in company with fkeeping the cable cut and in not jconsultinff Washington until after a young friend I left Hopkinsyille¬ for a trip across the continent tolie has done it wards the setting sun Therecent report rains had enabled the -- farmers in The New York Heralds ¬ hnf thn CnnSnVi o1r1irra had the contiguous countries intervenr narnnptl from Santiago turned ing between the Ohio River to hjave a good setting of tobacco and corn out to be a pure fake was looking exceptionally well in no opposition for the Ohio bottoms where immense John JRhea has Congress and the decision of Bill fields are always planted I noticed Jones not to run probably means an improvement as soon as I had that John will be given a walk over crossed the river which I think it I will be well for our Kentucky farm- ¬ The publication of the decree ers to imitate Have a stock law proclaiming martial law in Spain requiring all stock to be kept in- ¬ is taken to mean that the Queen closed and all other tillable land Regent is about ready to sue for can thus be left unfenced In the Middle Western States immense ex- ¬ peace panses of territory are thus seen The inhabitants of San Juan unenclosed with varieties of crops I6rto Rico are fleeing into the in adjacent thus presenting a beauti ¬ terior of the island in anticipation ful appearance tothe country as of an early attack from the Ameri- - well as a convenient and economi- ¬ cal mode of farming cans N as far We went over the L Gen Miles has gone back on as St Louis then via the well board the Concha and says he may known Burlington route to Denver not return to Siboney He will hold our stop at St Louis was brief himself in readiness to go to Porto The immense bridge therespannjng the Mississippi River and the mag Rico dificent Union Depot were the only The proposition to give the Span points of interest we noted Having ish soldiers a free excursion per- ¬ passed through the greater portion sonally conducted with meals en of the state of Missouri during the route was too much for the Dons at night the next morning found us Santiago approaching the Western border and nearing Kansas City situated Private James Johnston of Com- ¬ on the Missouri River and having pany D Second Kentucky regi a population of 135000 a shining ment died at Chickamauga Thurs- ¬ example of that splendid pluck day Jnight of typhoid fever This energy and enterprise which is was the first death in the ranks of building and shaping the vast em- ¬ the Second regiment pire of the West We also passed through Hannibal and St Joseph The bank of Murray has started both beautiful cities contiguons to the ball in Western Kentucky by fine agricultural country Through supplying its depositors with Kansas and Nebraska the farms stamped checks It is estimated were in a high state of culti- ¬ that the stamps on bank checks in vation harvesting was just be ¬ Hopkinsville cost 8 to 10 a day ginning being about 10 days later than ours The farms were beati Bowling Green is now busy send- ¬ fully laid off in square sections but ing out reports that small pox is the houses were small square built paging ir Clay county It will be structures and lacking in that remembered that the same kind of grace and elegance of our Ken- ¬ a report was recently sent out tucky farm houses Their stables about Hopkinsville when there and other out houses seemed more The elaborate and tastily built than was no foundation for it medical reports from Bowling Green their residences Through these states there were are not always to be believed immense expanses of prairie land Capt Gen Blanco is said to be and scarcely any timber even the more firmly sel against peace than farm houses were devoid of shade We passed through Leavenworth ever In an interview yesterday he prevent it and Atchison Kansas and Lin- ¬ declared that if he could there would be no peace between coln and Hustings Nebraska Spain and the United States on the My little friend was disconcerted basis of Cuba passing from Span by observing on our time card that ish control we reached McCook a small station on the Border at 9 p m and left Elizabeth Lynn Linton the Eng ¬ there at 8 p m She remarked lish novelist is dead Among her Why we will be left our train publications are in addition to her dont get there till 9 and the train innumerable essays and short leaves there at 8 But she was sloKes not collected The World reassured when informed that at The One Too Many Well tost that point we changed our time The from Central to Mountain In Haste and at Leisure So as Grasp Your the train was approaching the sta- ¬ Girl of the Period Sowing the Wind Nettle tion the conductor informed us that and it was 9 p m and without stopping Through the Long Night Under Which Lord there he told us as we emerged from the town that it was 8 p m The administration has awaken ¬ There is one point in mid ocean ed to the danger that Spain may where the time is changed an entire cry for peace before we have taken day On the following morning we a single step that will justify us in found ourselves in the bleak plains claiming a title to Porto Rico So of Colorado and we amused our- ¬ far wc have done absolutely noth ¬ selves watching the immense jack ing that gives us a military or na- ¬ rabbits land innumerable prairie val possession of that island Not dogs the latter standing on their an American soldier has landed on hind legs and peering at our train the island and the flag has never as wJ sped swiftly by They live floated over the lertile soil of that in colonies and at some of the sta ¬ Spanish possession upon which the tions their numerous little knolls yes of American people are look ¬ thrown up by their burrowing ex- ¬ Action tended to the depot itself and the ing with covetous glances looking to the establishment of a passengers would amuse themselves jMliwlfpry title is bejng rushed by getting out and trying to peit ffitliejlAndwlU occupied by the little animals but they are wjflMsWxwetk f aoied for ttair aad were wr V Entertaining Letter by a typ- kinsville Tourist the bes H tirixl halt monffpogrmnnufnet Jgt lOfllMuillllO tnt M of buiidjng Jot in the pity and on trma to suit1 purchasers Prices ranging to S3000 They aro located from in nearly every part of ho city We alsd have for sale farms in this land adjoining counties These farms are owned by parlios who wish to sell Below is apartial list of them A LJ WjjB F HF m mfl yr7j vL H simple durable yLitfhl running noiseless 10 years A SliO J T Co 1 Fine Farm near Kennedy SNKBBBmSm 8PK01FIOATIONS nd eight and ono hnlf inches loiik lnslile This 16 is high M any family measurement mnohlno niadoiind must not he ronfounded with themedlani or Ho cnllod htghnrm ma ohlnearThe head plate set lntoorlevel with tl table The Neodlo Is stralght3olactiiiK lint on onodo and cannot bo sotwrong The Shuttle Is open on the end cylinder ihapo and absolutely felf tlncadlns The Bearings Are nil steel well flttel and Mnr liitm fnr fn inldJrhPrePnil orders Well improved good land wellwa tered and timbored 180 acres Prico 5400 A Crishmust accompany nl Farm pf 350 acres on Buttermilk Road ¬ ThoIIcadlB five and one liaU Indies hluh Two thirds in flue timber good im proyqmonts well watered 8 J miles from the city Big bargain our helmcrs binder yiulltrjf6oWheinmcr aud fejlorundorbraldeij artdlshderer oil can lnndblltwocrowdHjjor881sbdbbln8fpnicr -- wheel tokccpdrCsa from getting ouwhecl Attaclin cuts Are tho famous Johnsons set in a tin box and consists of tucker rufiipf Price 900 Farmqf 406 acres onButlcr Rqad bt Three and onohalf miles from the djustable SelMhrcttdlng The thread city well improved good orchard ing and no hole to putmachine In selfthrough tlio throad except tho eye of the needle nnd never failing water ¬ Prico 750 ¬ A farm of 20 acres on enme road 8 miles from the city well improv ed A good poultry or market frar den farm in good neighborhood Price 40J Farm of 75 acres on Qreenvjlle Road Six miles from the city The yery beat place in the neighborhood j timber good water buildings orchard and in a fine state of repair 650 Price A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 acres near Elmo Twenty acres of timber the remain ing in high state of cultivation All the buildings in good condition splendid neighborhood ¬ ¬ The Feed Is positive In action and ltas uo springs to get out 01 order Automotlc Bobbin Winder Will wind the oobbln as smooth ao on a spool of thread The Stitch Is donble look stitch The same on both Bides and will not ravel Can be lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty stitches to the inch TheTcnslon Is a Hat spring tension and adjustable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nlckle plated ana has a loose wheel uttachedto operate bobbin winder wlthont runnlnnfmoohtne the col6bratbd eccentric The Movement--I- s movements positlvpin action and fovor work lncparts tlian any maohlno on the market TheStaiid Haslaige balanco wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadle lrflarge and bangs in cone centers and all lost motion o n bo taken ud asters under eMh end and can be easily moved A nice dress fcunrd over ¬ of needles thuinb screw guogo and book of directions Tho Furniture Is well made highly pol ished nnd elegant in appearance All tbosa macljlnojijrHlbbsentoul with oak furniture speftifled Kaoh machine ha uhlensvraliiutto n lock to the drawer and iovor nice nickel plato drop rings to all drawers All machines are well packed arid crated HEAD OUIt UUAKANTKE Th New Mathews Machine Irt wra nted to yoats from date of purohasehntiftlilrt vdiw 1 Tf nitrfitn wftl rtf If nifl is not given the machine may bo roshlpped to tousatourexpeiisQ and th money paid uj will bo refunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what ¬ ever inpurchaslng the iqftMatiewg Machine YoUliave thirty days trial of It in your own home andif for our reaou Jron should wish to return the machlneUjiinyeeihlppud to uj at our expense and tho money will bo re i v funded All comnluhloatlons regarding the New Mathews Machine should be addressed to ¬ i ttlii ¬ Hopkinsville Ky Description ol the Improved NewAlatHeyvs tAjachine This machine is mnnufaciured with the view of supplying a loDg felt want to wit A Modern High arm firBt clap Sewing Machine with nil Into improvements and of first class material and gppd workmanship including the best and latest Attachments at a reusonuble price A book of instruc tions accompanies every machine ¬ ¬ Price 100 220Q 5 Miles From City on acres Russellville Pike Well improved 15 acres of timber near church and school Price 1800 136 RELIABILITY is a quality some newspapers have lost sight oTf in these They care little for truth days of yellow journalism and a great deal for temporary sensation It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability acres on Ducker Mill road timber Price 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 beBt farm in the neighborhood t Besides these wo have other farms for Bale and will take pleasure in Bhowing any of them to parties wish ing to buy Surveys Plata and 4D stracts of title furnished all purchUs ers Now is the time to buy rpai estate ¬ It prints the news all the news and1 tells ithe truth j c x about it It is the only American newspaper outside New York city that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service and1 its own staff correspondents and artists at the front inb6tli hemispheres It is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world Its war news service is unapproachably the best Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier snow-ballin- Thrco tracts of cool lands tjvo of the mines partially developed Vein of coal 5 feot thick finest quality One tract contains 600 acres one 175 acres one 65 ncreB All within mile Illinois Central H 11 Will soil at bargains and on easy terms Hero aro fortunes for the Tight men ForBalo or exchange a good pay ing hotel at the famous Dawson ¬ We read the war news in the other papers then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to see how much of it is true Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received Address THE CHICAQQ RECORDifil by all postmasters Madison street Chicago ¬ a bargain or exchange for improved farming land Will soil well located Springs at JJt I I j J TT For sale a good first class board ing houso at Dawson Springs Will sell on easy torms or exchange for good notes The ownors business compels him to reside elspwhore i0 aero ranch well Jmnrnvnd nnnr San Diego Cal Will oxchangofor proporty m uyristlan county Ky William Robinson Agt Office Webjber Street ¬ IIQIvli Iff H ml W me BHR 11 He ill 0-I -- till 5t n- 1 I Hopkinsville Ky BUILDERS CONTRACTORS m fMnyaM Hotel Henderson Entirely now aud first class in all respects Excellent sample rooms and service unequalled In the city On Double Car Line AND DEALERS IN- i- - 0 F L P Klkideber Props Heuuersou y i u1 rxi Building Materials mP OtU8 OATETT pUBKNOE HARRI Of All Kinds WfiaaMa i CATLETT HARRIS Ilro Formerly with Forbes PAINTERS and PAPER HANGERS Wo have concluded to go into bus iness for ourselves and oiler our ser vices to the public at the most rpfia otiabla prices Paper hanging a spec ialty All work guaranteed Leave orders at Qua Youngs Telephone 84 2 rings Whttl LUMBER LIME AND CEMENT nrv VlV Give us a call ylicn you ncejl inylhihg jij pwr jn few r - f ii1 r cHaf fter the torpedo boat deetrpy er ask a London paper The HIPKIMVltUT K GlowiUr rv I KT ffr U 0 mi liiiit iUmnimikmmWH Hopkinsville Produce dash prics paid by Hopkinaville kin unimtimluLtmvtmirnin irrrriAruiiirmtM n I id i 7 MiTnUlMliW ACROSS CONTMBNT rldtt BASEBALL SPECIAL -- are points of jiiteresCalso Salt Lake itself whqrehnmcnsc quanti- ties1 pf the finest salt are extracted and onVvhicli are located two of the llnest Uathiflg resorts in the world Garfield andSaltair Beaches The twatcr of att Lake is so light that It would be Impossible for one to be drownfid so children are perfectly there They have r dafe in bathing the largest pavilion in tnc worm and 1000 bath rooms After leaving Utah we pass through Nevada Over our route nothing- is seen except alkali des- ert and mountains until we reach California The drouth here for the past year prevents the interior frjom looking as verdant as usual but along the Sacramento river and bay immense herds of cattle ate feeding- - and fruit and vineyards A few hours run from abound- tSacramento brings us to the Gol- denGate City of which I hope to telt you something in the future - merchants Continued from Page 2 Bacon Bams country Bee yers in building Also the Bng- - Shoulders Hive the former residence of Sides hRni Young and the Eagle Gate - - RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS GAMES 4 4BJo C7c 810o Louisville 5 New York Pittsburg 6 Boston 0 Philadelphia 7 Cincinnati Baltimore 10 Chicago 9 Brooklyn 3 St Louis Cleveland 6 Washington IipW THEY STAND 4 f 3 Lard i 67o 7o Country Produce Buttor Eggs New feathers Boomvax 12JlFic f 2G28c Tnllow Gineong per lb Honoy 18lc 2c 2225 Clubs Won Lost 1 Cincinnati Boston PC 662 626 608 597 577 541 521 465 422 403 316 291 SI Tub wnBhed wool Grortod Poultry Y 78c Cleveland 26c Baltimore Chicago 1018c Pittsburg New York chickons livopor Roosters dozlG0180 Philadelphia 2c Brooklyn Washington 8 Louisville 45c St Louis drnin t Reports which have reached the War Department show that there Pittsburg at Boston Apc fect Remedy forConstipa has been some mortality among St Louis at Brooklyn tiohSourJStomachDiarrhoca WormsConvulsionsFevcrish the yellow fever cases with Sha- ¬ Cincinnati at Philadelphia l ncss andLoss OF SLEEP tters army This however has Cleveland at Washington been slight as it is said that up to T W B TflcSinula Signature ot Cost Per Acre of Wheat the present time but five cases have Mr J W Smith of Glendale one resulted fatally NEGLIGENT DRUGGISTS NEW YOHK of the best farmers in Hardin coun- ¬ The wreck of the Cristobal Colon ty has kept a careful account for Nearly- Half of Those in Small four or five years of the actual cost has been fastened to the shore to Towns Failed to Register of growing a wheat crop He keep it from being washed into charges the field with every item of deep water EXACT COPV OF WBAPPEB The Kentucky Board of Pharma ¬ expense from the breaking of the There are rumors that Lieutenant cy has sent notices to the 1500 jr M thc ctrtTAun company nrwvoRit emr ground until the wheat is in the towns of less than not sail with Se Carranza did druggists ih bin the cost of the fertilizer the 1000 inhabitants calling their at ¬ cost of each days work on the crop nor DuBosc It is stated positively tention to the provision that they the harvesting the threshing etc that Carranza was impersonated by some unknown person and did were entitled to registry under the The result of those experiments has not if application were filed before RUNYON board the ship at Montreal law shown him that he can raise wheat effort was made to 1 Where Carranza is now is a mys- ¬ Every July PROPRIETORS OF at an actual expense of 5 per acre tery admit everyone doing business on Allowing 3 per acrefor rent makes their own account simply by regis- ¬ the total cost 8 per acre Mr Mibs Clarence Applegate of tration but at this session of the Smith has commenced a similar ex- ¬ Evansville stopped over with Miss board only800 petitions were filed periment with corn Farmers Nannie Stokes last Tuesday night GlarksMitle Tennessee Those who failed to register as re- ¬ Home Journal while enroute to Hopkinsville will have to pass the quired by law According to this the yield must Earlington Bee We Solicit the Patronage of All Who Have Tobacco To Sell examination before they willbe ad ¬ be at the prevailing price about in the mitted to practice pharmacy Mr Vernon Neblett has returned Free Storage to Shippers 13j bushels to pay expenses from his vacation spent in Hopkins- ¬ Misses Bessie and Lulu Rich- ¬ State Miss Armstrong the music teach- ¬ ville and Springfield and is again Cash Advances Made on Mrs O T Mclnvrc of Kirk- - f ards of Hopkinsville are visiting mansville is visiting friends in thel Mrs Thomas Hancock on Union er has arrived and is boarding at at his post at Gerharts Clarks- ¬ ville Times street Clarksville Leaf Chroncle Mr W S Davisons J C KEND1UCK Salesman city V Glover per bushol Corn 60o Wheat 50c Corn shelled Live stock Hogs 3325 Sheep 250300 Cuttle 250850 Calves 300825 Lambs 400425 Hides and Purs Groon hides 67o Green Baited hidos 7c Dry flint Vegetables 75o Now potatoes per buBhol Cabbage perhead 3Bo Watormolons Florida 2585o Flour Retail 425 Patent per bbl I Standard per bbl 375 Hay 55c Clover por ewt 70c Good Timothy r Bran retail 12c Tomatoes 20c Fancy per doz 10c Choice per doz Green Corn 10c Fancy doz ears 8c Choice doz ears 51 47 45 43 45 40 38 33 30 31 24 23 26 28 29 29 33 34 35 38 41 46 52 56 SCHEDULE POR TO DAY Loving Wiw No I3 The Kentucky Press Association was organized at Frankfort in Jan- ¬ uary 1869 by the election of the dis- ¬ tinguished George D Prentice as President The present President Mr H E Woolfolk makes the fourteenth President the Associa- ¬ tion has had in the following order 1869 Gsorge D Prentice 1870 W N Haldeman 1870 86 J Stoddard Johnson 1886 J W Hopper 1888 E Polk Johnson 1890 Urey Woodson 1891 H A Sommcrs 1892 Chas M Mcacham 1893 Sam J Roberts 18941 B Nail 1895 John A Bell 1896 Ben D Ringo 1897 L W Gaines 1898 H E Woolfolk The Association has steadily grown through many years and is to day one of the strongest State or- ¬ ganizations in the Union Elkton ffliiliil1IIMtlllulillllllllllllllllllll1lllllll1lllllllilllilltiiiliiiiir CASTORiA Por Infanti and Children lfgBgSyry gr H pB I MiiiiiifairiiiiahiiMMTiiiMiMil AyegefqfaleRcparaiionror As ¬ similating IteroodandRegtua tklg thflfttnmirhs QudBowels The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of EromotesPKcsUoaChcciful- ttcasaMBbsLConlafns neither nor Hmwal MOT NARCOTIC OpKuTMQrpuin0 t The B9morca SMfinjmnm Louisville at New York Chicago at Baltimore Progress fitynttd r CtmhidSuMr iv xf You Have Mlo Always Bought -- CASTORIA KENDRICK m I G antral Tobacco Warehouse Consignments Shirts 50c Red Hot and Still 39c 68c 98c a Boilin s ALL HATS 1 Mens 2 Mens negligee shirts of madrasand zephyrs without collars or cuffs at shirt with detachable link cuffs at 75c - ARE THE BARGAINS AT Price Edison Uberiy Special stiff hats regular price 350 only 175 Mens fine madra negligee ERANKELS HALF PRICE SALE H w MF Mens nobby blacknd ¬ Mens fine white duck pants brown regular price 3 now only 150 Mens white an tan Liberty Spec3 hats this week only 150 ials Commencing 7 TO - JLM jTjL Jl H H B Hi JiHr Choice of any Mans Suit rH N 1 Your Pick and H H H H jf jmr Kk 1 BBH B B B B B Hi IB B H r BH Hi H HI HI HH BH HHHHB BHHBBBHB H Ir4 Off dies and Childrens -- hi vl Any of owr Mens and Boys SHOES AND SLIPPERS La- - Suit Boys3 Long and Knee Pant ISUltS- j Young Mans Foroads abends ladies fine dongola lace ndlJittonKoes out of lines that sold at v 7G Pair I i t QGTMA I R J in I rhililrftiis v S FRANKELS k A For oddsjand ends of Indies slippers 50 75c PAIR regu lar nriccs to 125 mi Mmtkn DONT FORGE J THE PLACE TO 8AVE MONEY cto i 50 pair ladies oxfords chocolates tans ox bloods and blacks worth K5 anil 75 PAIRvi rpi i t -- J o wyt WMAAiUJ HHH5HHBH I 41 i Jgrfa 44 jjjogiULftiMiaxMriLm wWWjBHWB8 fftYATE Mfafal G BAILEY at Fort THE CHURCHES No Services GOT 1M DAYS Stitenc PERSONAL QOSSIP Mr T J Rfoore of Lafayette in town is NEXT WEEK We Will continue our ONE FOURTH OFF The Hospital at Several of them George Jackson Heavily otiroe Virginia ifr To Morrow Now Sunday ed For Striking Chas Brown fa fm 4 itf r HI M J J ft iff i r J II Jilt- - i J J I n i W WW a- - sihi2 Bit a i li Ai il Usual Botharc Colored Kids AVfhd Oot vjsitiBgfMrs V M Hancock tttiiWftetSMr Her Husband Was tjie Thursday v Into a Row Mr A G Boales has gode 4o Mkl litatiin iv MtMt u ioiv Uiiys Tliem7K v vv hk iui k w aiutiu Evening1 flan Shot- - Saw 1L in a Paper Eld J W Gant of Elkton is in fittS the city to day en route to Cadiz ¬ Miss Mattie Adams has returned A trial of George Jackson a small The question of whether or not Regular services at the Cumber church Sunday colored hoy for striking- Charles from a two weeks visit tordlativcs J LBailey bf this city was land Presbyterian Afc lcloclcam dis- ¬ wnutJrlnrl nf Snnintrn in still ail as follows - QV wBrown another boy about his own at Trenton VVIMVtViM course oh Earthly anil Heavenly agcon the head with a heavy stick Mr Jas O Cook continues very J VMWU V m At few davs afro the Kent 1ckian citienship C E at 715p was in progress yesterday evening ill at the lipme of his parents on M B De stated that Mrs Bailey had report- - 8 oclock the pastorev when we went to press It was Elist Seventh Street will deliver an addresBvon the concluded witt late in the afternoon and Mr Jas Roberts of Gracey re- ¬ lier Husband had suf Great International Christian En Judge LeavelVgave Jackson 100 turned last night from egranx that a months deavor Convention audits Relation days in thework house fered the lossof a legvisit to friends in Texas This morning- the following- letter to the Work of the Church Brown was very badly hurt and Miss Wheelis of St Louis will Services at Christian church to- ¬ it was at first thought his skull had was received from Mrs Bailey arrive to night on a visit to Miss jjiThere morrow mornimr at 1045 Guthrie Ky July been fractured He remained un Please correct a mis will be no services alright Regu- ¬ conscious for some time after re ¬ Sadie Mason SKENTUCKUNirr published several at your paper stating lar Christidn Endeavor service ¬ ceiving thablow Brown claims to Misb Annie Martin is confined to days ago p m Praycrifleetingi Wed live in Olmstead and i3ays he was her bed sick with fever on East had received a telegram 715 that J L Bailey was shot nesday evening at 8 oclock on hi3 way to HendersdritO see his First street bthat4I of Santiago The cor- ¬ Regular Ninth brother and stopped over here long Miss Carrici Leavdll of Ilopkins 1 rect way of the matter is this to- ¬ enough to get into the rowfwith the vilieis visiting street Presbyterianrtghui1cli MrsWN Robins saw an accotfnt of it in the St No Jackson boy on South Sixth streetEoffisPost Ifspatch that he was morrow morning atiiljoclock iJ Paducah wouhded in1 the rig ht leg- and have evening service except Young- Peo- ¬ Register Given Thirty One Days never heard any more from him ples meeting at 715 p m SUnday iJjjvishyqu would correct it if you school at J30 a m Walter Sanders coljjWas tried Miss Lena QDaniel and Mrsi I have moved from Hop-JnleaseJ LoitOhappel will leave to morrow by Judge Leavell this kihsille to this place and am keep- - Rev W K PincKAvilLocctipy the given thirty one days morning and Jar Alicgree Ky to spend two or in Ihe work lMGUDoaruiuir nouse m uuuh ic pulpit at the Methodist chtirch Sun - i if on many ilcms all over the store In nearly every instance the- n house He was charged1 With va- ¬ three weeks respecuuuy very day at 1045 a mand8p m Sun- ¬ Mrs 3 L Bailey Miss Rosa Steinhagen left last special cuts as advertised will hold f i for next week day School at 930 armT Epworth grancy and being a tramp i Llfi was further reported that a night for her home iu Atlanta af¬ League at 715 p sniv TO DAYS MARKET REPORT homier with one leg shot off ar ter a weeks visit tb her parents There will be lidr preaching at rived at Guthrie this week but this Missed Georgia and Lena Har Oorrcctod Dally Uy Iln Kawlliik Itiuil fbJQ0Tcburseinust not have been the Baptist cfi u rlcnPasl lie p a stor giaes have returned from Nash mid llroker IIiiklnsvljleKy is away The usual Sunday Bailey Week- Miinw ville accompanied by Miss Jymal rirzj Chicago iMiirlcef- r papers an account school and young peoples- meeting Inyesterdays Evans u of- - the- arri val of a shipload of r will be held up s UWi I ai Mrs J W Reeves who has been wounded soldiers at Fort Monroe At the First Presbyterian church Cash Wlieat visiting relatives in RussellviUe 673 In the list of there will be Sunday School at 930 Sept AVheat 67 J VaM was published G7H r iMy icuiuiai nume mis morning 67 Dec Wheat names appeared that of Private a prayer envice jtigr a nn and accompanied by her niece Miss 34 Bailey Co Plst U S Volunteers Young PeoplejJT meeting at J715 Sept Corn 34 33X Ella Wright vf Ifthis man was J L Bailey he is No preaching 33 34 Dec Corn Mrs M J Mclntyre leftf to day 19 X now at Fort Monroe Va 19 Sept Oats Eld J W Gant of Elkton will Sept Pork 10 07 100710 00 for her home in Dallas Texasw She has been visiting Mrs J JJlDanjj begin a meeting at the Christian Sept Lard 5 G7 The Oldest Brick House 5 7 Mj5- - 70 i Sisters of Loretto who have church at TugglevilleHto moVrow Sept Ribs 5 67 i 7QC5 70 lei anaiN is uiappell forseverdl The weeks night their home in Marion county boast Sept wheat puts 66 all 67 Miss Lucy JTandy of Hopkins- At Hilles Chapel Sunday School of having- the oldest brick house in New York Stocks nud Cottoii A Juvenile Party ville Mr Fulchers Will K J Kentucky on their premises It will be held at 10 Ja m Sunday Opg HigtlfjClosing with spent several days this week the family of w W Eddins 11 a m No Aug Cotton 6 03 Miss Anita Brackrogge was built in 1814 and is a one story The Lords Supper at little The Pembroke Review has this 6 04 near tins place Pembroke Re daughter of Mr E W Brockrogge notice about brick of two rooms It is preserved preaching 1 18 Ain Tob the will of the late lUljSA 18 View - with-great gave a birthday party Thursday Jno Wf care A log- house near Eld T D Moore will fill his reg-- Chicago Gas 97 jf Fulcher Air Nat Gaither went to 0veus evening irora 4 to 7 About fifteen by was built in 1812 and is alsoi ular app0intment at Croftbn toi- CVBQ 1 05 i 1 05 1 05 The will of Jno W Fulcher boib yesterday to ask Collector children i attended l well cared for a frame having been morrow Elegant re- L 52 N Franks to construe the new rey treshmentsi Hjvere served Those who diedsome two weeks ago was recently erected around it 1 M8fMsx Manhattan 1 06 c cr n Withers Building Sbld enuejQaw aB applicable toNvare- - present were Joe Mathews Sam probated last Monday in Elkton 1 65 1 35 r H 32tf Todd Taachers hbuse receiptsvrequiringa 25 cent uoocij vnarue ijracKrogge sus e His wife Mrs L H Fulcher was Mr W J Withers of Redlarids Coal Iron jT 24 25 scamp County iSuperintendent Calhoon Tonie Mathews Carmine named as executrix without bond McD Cal writes to one of his tenants in Ilauk Statement 8 and the First National Bank building OBrien has fixed August Reserve Decrc w 3979475 v Madam Mclntyre the dancing Mathews Tommie Gooch Bobbie Mr Fulcher left to the Bethel Bap continuing five days as the date on the corner of Ninth and Main LoansVlnc 617800 teacher has a class of 11 little girls Terry Sarah Atkins Mabel Gooch tist church at Fairview 2000 of the white teachers institute in that he sold the building un July SpecieDec 3732300 who triP luite ffracefully A class Nellie Smyers yera Jones Wyline worth of stock in the Bank of Hod- 15th Inquiry to day failed to de t egalfteic Todd county kinsville the dividends of which 31766lK Jorfrown people will beput hi m6 MillefiailAnta Brackrogge iWL The conductor for the institution velop who the purchase was as DenosMDecilfl niffht ElkUn ai k w go toward paying the pa281700 itioi Wednesday THe Host Pleasant is Prof Edfar Barnes of the the papers have not been Jlodgedcirciilntinn Trrr J stors salary i fiiRnri fProtrress Also 2000 to Bethel r s r h w s v r i r i t graded School Murray Ky and a for record EditoftStewart of the Elizabeth College and 2000 to the Baptist aild Mi S C HiijRoyaltyhaye V IW 4 Hogs M town Leader who was married on Seminary at Louisville brother of Prof P M Barnes of Five hun 00 just removed to the city and have To day j 160 Pay Your City Taxes aTodd county the press trip has returned home dred dollars to John B Johnson elegant appartmentsat Mrs J L 4Q0 City Taxes for 1897 must be paid JfSh w and begiifs Bis history of his trip as his farm of two hundred acres to 405 Thomas on South Virginia street by August 1 or property will be Mixed follows What was probably the his brother Alex Fulcher at the Remember the fiaine advertised for sale Rough 390 They come highly recommended most pleasant outing of the Ken- ¬ death of his wife Mrs L H Fulch L C Cravens C T C Place to get your fine Merchant Heavy 415 Mrs Royalty is a member ot the J Tailoring isby Fowright Pants Baptist Mr Royalty has tucky Press Association came to a er The rest of his estate goes to LOST On street a10 bill Refl -3- 0 1unl j wni iviHIii tiwu imi opened church m1 H mddjj JTor 3 5 7 and Suits14 wkv irniimr WlltUW an insurance office in the close Saturday and the Kentucky hiS Wife The whnln oefnfn tc noti 15 20 port find to this office Milk Cows for sale W W Ware Summers building editors are again at home mated to be worth about 30000 firs Balky is Not Certain -14- riUrtatilXlil School at the Miss Lizjsie Lander is visiting relatives in Gracey jNJrs Kate Purrett has gone to Croftouou a visit to relatives Miss AVillie Carr of MayfieC is - 1 - FHffiHwT - -- VXIn Sf J 1 WmJPA 1 - - - S - serviceate ft - - - - - Great Bargain Opportunities For Next i - - - I atll mi - I -- - -- ¬ 9897 w - ffi i i 1 ¬ I ¬ K1 im I m ft W rt fjs m - -- j -- 4 a i i simmwnmmmnmmmyyynimmmmmmmmyym Cheaper than DOLLAR WHEAT tJ ii mmmmmmmmmm Saving ce Every day Of its life And living long- ¬ Before the War Zz Va But still higher in price than anybodys second class stove construction for the very good reason that quality must be paid for Sounds right and we hope our farmer friends will have it but you dont deserve it if your wife is broiling herself as well as your food over an old burned out and used up cook stove that perhaps never I WzmsmmM III hhmSmmm UK IH I fl --S was good enough for the wife is it not good guaranteed A good cook told best woman in the world Thats your Now bring her here and buy a sure enough er than any er make of oth- ¬ re¬ ytfSWHvllnfflilM 49 frigerators Her employer I 99 Z2 vAIV AS 22 4Mp cook a whole -- meaj ron this new Charter Oak with same amount of fuel I had just the GURNEY makes new cus tomers every season and never loses one Many reasons are shown why it is the best but ¬ 4 1 i to start a fire in our old stove Search the world for a dissat isfied user of Chairtef Oak r rMMWi 5 B kk P or Kaniro biiv a J 553 aiititftliiX i maagg f K1 r - n l rv F UArJtJ OAK - vw - - - Dont stop either until you give her a nice little gasoline stove that will keep her temper sweet and make the whole i ing ice beats all sav S ff iiwtByowkinawuido 9 Jf stovps ifamily live longer WJ Tupv nnwT rnanrfTiMTTrij IMfII M 1 IB 5 CENTS two or three seasons A DAY IBartKiVI B T - off the ice bill pays entire cost of refrigerator in M v I iTwNM ftfltertailM rim- - BMr TM1 MV - rmliiifil rt hiilllililiyiiiiiiiftiiiriiliillrtlllililiillili MfiHiiil ill iiiifiiiiiiitfifiiriililillktiilltilTi1iliiliilMiBfitiiilliiiiMIMli - -- - -- n U i Hi iilBBJliaif iiflJIiiflilliliiflMliii 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