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T Tl A lll 1 II j t II lj 6 o Read The LIV NEWS DaiiyKentuckian 10 On Every Pap Cfi a Week Wc Set The Pace TOE NO 70 I HOPKINSVILLE OLD GLORY KY MONDAY AFTERNOON JULY 18 1898 PRICE 2 CENTS 4 0 0WN With Yellow Fever Is Gen Duffield Germany Will Back Down In RAISED RAILROAD PASSES H Above the Spanish Forts of Discussed by President Milton Santiago Sunday 1 Smith of the r L N SICK Of His Formal Surrender of Hnri Tirnl uiiiwivj Mmmm awaui Aftlrlnc of 4 the City iby L4 r Capitulation t Vjl J Admits thai the Company Issues Them to Judges and Politicians Because it Helps Business Mr Milton II Smith President of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company has a wide spread reputation for bluntness es- Â¬ pecially when he talks to those who occupy high places Mr Smiths testimony before the Interstate Com- Â¬ merce Commission in the matter of extension of time to comply with the Railroad Safety appliance act of Congress is exceedingly interest- Â¬ ing and characteristic The testi- Â¬ mony was so replete with imforma lion of legal and economic character Ihat the senate ordered it printed f Job Is Major a 1 v the Irene Bluff at Manila WAS DDE TO A MISUNDERSTANDING Washington July 18 Special A tele- Â¬ gram received this morning at the War De partment states that Brigadier General Duf field is down with yellow fever at the Siboney hospital Gen Dnffield comes from Detroit and is a personal friend of Secretary Alger He commanded a brigade composed of the Sixth Massachusetts and the 33rd and 34th Michigan He is a man well advanced in years and has been sick for a week or more with fever which has developed into yellow fever Gen Merriam Will Command The Fourth Manila Expedition Maj Gen Merriam has as- Â¬ Special San Francisco July 18 sumed command of the expeditionary forces It is said in spite of the immense amount of work that has been thus shouldered on this com- Â¬ mand active preparations were continued on the vessels of the fourth Manila expedition There has been a final inspection of the Pennsylva- Â¬ nia and the troops designed for her are expected to embark to day The troops that are detailed for the Pennsylvania are the 1st Montana Regi Â¬ ment anthe- recruits for the 1st California The South Dakota Regi Â¬ ment is to go on the Rio de Janeiro It is doubtful if the Rio de Janeiro - v4 i - it 4 T r Mm IBM i a tS h i t t WfiiillllUw I a maj aDNiiiflMKx o junnniAM v a pf the Twentioth Maino voluntccra As an organizer of negro troops during tho wr he earned the special thanks of tho govcrnmont After tho war ho entered tho reg Â¬ ular service and wna mado a brigadier general last year At tho beginning of the Spanish war he was mado a major goncral This fftillnnt officer Is now In command of tho army posts on the Faclfla coast lie entered tho army from civil life during tho war of accession and was captain will be ready by Tuesday worked all day Sunday from St Michael She ia fc rait for river steamers The Utah light battery of voluutcers artillery received orders this morMTto prepare and be ready and embark on the Rio tie Janeiro withoutdeiay It consists of 105 officers and men Lieut Wcdgewood commanding He is however- - too ill to go No one has as vet been as- 8iffueU to Noplace They are about to get a new armament of four pieces At prknt they have only two San FranciRwJniy 18 Special The transport Pennnylviania Will probably not start for the Philippines until Wednesday The delay is in putting in the bunks Men There is so far no sign of the St Paul due now a week orerdue but has probably had to 15n orfcWhctuh u London July 18 SndaU The Chronicle savs after the war iu probably be radnoad from the technical status of a Great waa when her Jcgritions abroad wer ivertaa mto tuibaMilaa l5Ta raltftflira iv r as a public document and Law Our troops lined up at the Notes has a review of it in its July trenches were eye witnesses of ttie iissue 3 The Commissioners had not pro- Â¬ ceremony Gen Shafter and his gressed very far in questioning Mr escort accompanied by Gen Toral rode through the city taking formf Smith before the delicate subject of the depletion of railroad reve- Â¬ al possession The city had been sacked before nues by free transportation was they arrived by the Spaniards At reached Mr Smith stated that the palace elaborate ceremonies jiis road issued passes to the Pres- Â¬ took place Exactly at noon the ident and United States Senators American flag was raised over the IWe transported President McKin- palace and saluted by Capt Cap ey and party to the Nashville Cen- rons battery At the same time ennial free but we gotour money all the regimental bands in our back by charging the people who line played The Star Spangled went to see the President he said Banner after which President l Mr Smith is of the opinion that McKinleys congratulatory tele- Â¬ the practice of issuing free passes is so thoroughly established that it gram was read to each regiment We may The thirteenth and ninth regi Â¬ can not be discontinued perhaps secure an increased traffic ments of infantry will remain in the Â¬ city to enforce order and exercise thereby1 said he When the comto know ho a far municipal authority The Spanish missioners desired Â¬ forces are to encamp outside of our the judiciary came in for free transportation Mr Smith referred the lines Gonimissioners to Edward Brixter rne tormai sanction by the N road Madrid government of the terms of general counsel of the L The President stated however capulation Saturday unraveled the tangled skein of demands and cou- Â¬ that he was sure that Mr Baxter nter demands between the opposing was of the opinion that it was not to appear before a judge unless commanders which threatened to well he has a pass if he wants one end the negotiations and compel a If a Federal Judge wants a return to arms The agreement pass continued Mr Smith and consists of nine articles We do not asks for it we give it The first declares that all hos- Â¬ tilities shall cease pending the press them on the point They may not ask directly for it but may agreement of final capulation How- Â¬ have some friend to do it inSecond That the capitulation ever only one or two hold such cludes all the Spanish forces and the surrender of all war materia passes Concerning the relations oC the railroad and people Mr within the prescribed limits The people and the Third The transportation of the Smith said troops to Spain at the earliest pos- Â¬ carriers are getting along well and They will work sible moment each force to be em Â¬ I say let it alone it out The commission asked Mr barked at the nearest port Fourth That the Spanish officers Smith if in the absence of rcgula- shall retain their side arms and tion the traveler would not be com- Â¬ the eplisted men their personal pelled to pay whatever the road charged property No said Mr Smith Fifth That after the final capit- Â¬ What could he do was asked ulation the commanding officers He can walk he can do what he shall furnish a complete inventory of all arms and munitions of war did before he had the railway He can hire horses and drive aud a roster of all the soldiers in interposed some one the district Yes said Mr Smith Seventh That the Spanish gen- Â¬ Mr Smith clearly expressed his eral shall be permitted to take the opinion in favor of doing away with military archives and records with government regulation of railroads him Eighth That all guerillas and and leaving the matter to the car- Â¬ irregulars shall be permitted to re- Â¬ rier arid the people When it was main in Cuba if they so elect giving stated that all railroad officials con Â¬ a parole that they will not again ceded that the law was being vio- Â¬ take up arms against the United lated by some one but all insisted that their roads stuck to its very States unless properly released somebody Ninth That the Spanish forces letter Mr Smith said iB lying shall be permitted to march out Law Notes in concluding its re Â¬ with all the honors of war deposit Â¬ ing their arms to be disposed of by view says Mr Smith is either fifty the United States in the future the years ahead of his time or fifty American commissioners to recom- Â¬ years behind it i mend to their government that the Two Ships Jo to Cuba arms of the soldiers be returned to Norfolf Va July 18 Special those who so bravely defended The Yankee left for Santiago last them evening with ammunition for Wat Â¬ One Dog Less In Town sons squadron The Buena Ven Â¬ The Acme Mills wagon heavily loaded ran over a small dog belong- Â¬ tura one of the ships taken from ing to Walter Bell col on Camp Â¬ Spain nlao left with 100 colored la- Â¬ bell street this morning He was borers for Cuba to repair docks cut half in two and thesubscquent Ore Trade WIH Start Agajn proceedings interested him two more Special Baltimore July 18 The ore trade between Baltimore Rev puvall pastor of the Meth odjst churchat Earlington return and Santiago will be in full blast again inside of a montl ad horn 1W rapjfhinff officer Â¬ Santiairo De Cuba July 18 Amid impressive ceremonies the Spanish laid down their arms be Â¬ tween the lines of the Spanish and American forces at 9 oclock yes- terday morning Gen Shafter anil the American division and brigade commanders and their staffs were escorted by a troop of cavalry and Gen Toral and his staff by 100 picked men Trumpeters on both sides saluted with flourishes Gen Shafter returned to Gen Toral the latters sword after It had been handed to the American General Shafter Wants to Return Home and Cool Off Soon as Relieved TALKING ABOUT PORTO RICAN INVASION Washington July 18 Special The Naval War Board and Secretaries Long amd Alger met this morning They are reticeiit concerning the subject of discussion but it was believed to be the disposal of the forces about Santiago and the details of the Porto Rico expedition Gen Shafter has expressed a desire to re turn to this country as soon as he can be re- Â¬ lieved and it is thought he will be permitted to start home before the end of the present week Two regiments at San Antonio Texas have been ordered to leave Wednesday for New Orleans where they will embark for Santiago to be assigned to the garrison there Spain is Saiisfied J Says It Was an Honorable Surrender Madrid July 18 Special The terms of the surrender of Santia- Â¬ go are regarded as honorable to Spanish arms The troops will proba Â¬ bly be sent to the Canaries or the Balearic islands if found tainted wijUJr V yellow fever Gen Blanco still lias 100000 regulars and 40000 volunteers undergo his command H - The Irene Incident Apologized For at Berlin - riondanvJulr-18-rSpccia- l A Berlin dispatch to the Daily News says The Irene incident in Subig Bay was probably due to differences between the German Nay Department and the foreign office The fof mer has been very self confident since the seizure of Kia Chou Bay Possibly the Philippine squadron was instructed to display military dash and moved without diplomatic action Nothing at present would be more disagreeable to the cabinet than friction with the United States The dispatch adds that a letter from a German resident at says the Americans arc anxious above all to prove themselves Manila gentlemen and thus heap coals of lire on the head of the Spanish Gover- Â¬ nor who in a proclamation described them as the scum of mankind capable of any cruelty Third Regiment In It Will Help Whip Porto Rico Special Washington July 18 The War Department this after- Â¬ noon decided that Gen Wilsons division of the Volunteers including theFirst and Third Kentucky regiments shall take part in Porto Rico invasion It is reported to day that the war board had decided to increase this force to 40000 men owing to the difficulty of taking a well fortiiied city like San Juan Fell and Broke Her Arm d Nellie the little daughter of Mi H A Williams tell from a hammock Sunday after Â¬ noon and broke both bones in her left nrm just below the elbow A surgeon was hastily summoned 11 11 Will Take n Vacation DeWitt has been absence by his granted a church the Cumberland Presbyter Â¬ ian and will leave this evening for to spend a Tullahoma Tenn month it Cascade Springs near that place Rev M B m seven-year-ol- leave of and reduced the fracture and is now renting comfortably 1H Wm Miss Raima Lee have gone to At Showera to nighlt and probably lnnta Ga to visit Mr Price Tuesday JJigh Temperature jluughter Mra W IX Smith V Weather Forecasts Mr 13 II Price and daughter n ii fef t rAiT J ki v 01 di TSWffi ftb e Sail ffcentuckian Iublshed crcry evening except Sunday GKA X XXAOXAX 312 8 Main by EXPRESS COMPANIES Must Pay the Tax Iowa United at States Commissioner Make WIL LI A M IB m SHHBSHKH1 minimum 11 I The Keixtilckian n n bcllvercd by carriers to all parts 10 CBKTS PKK WJtKK or the fclty tlie Decision W W And tic New MatIiewavMiwbiKJWtjue - FREE Year S21 IFOR ONLY arm Sewin 1 JIUMGJIEFTIOX JtATW Pkr Month m Advance Pes 8 Montbs in Advance 36 100 Per Per Week Yeab in Advance DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN OP UNION COUNTY A United States custom office is to be established at Santiago at once and duties collected on all goodsimported into Cuba the Seventh Kentucky district has been declared the nominee of the Democratic party for re election without the formality of a conven tion A rumor that the most notorious woman in Europe the Princess was dead has been Chimay promptly contracted No such good Congressman Evan E Settle of fortune has befallen her disgraced relatives Corbett and Norman Sel known as Kid McCoy have by agreed to fight a 25 round contest for 20000 about September 10 Thefight will be pulled off by the Buffalo Athletic Club Rev Jas P Hendrick father of the ex Attorney General Jack Hen He drjck died at Flemingsburg old and had was seventy years been pastor of one Presbyterian church for forty years it JasJ Jt Major Taylor a colored wheel- Â¬ man from Indianapolis carried off the highest honors at the Philadel- Â¬ phia National Circuit Meet Sat-Â¬ urday He won the national cham- Â¬ pionship easily over Eddie Bald and Tom Cooper Eben Brewer who had charge of the United States in Cuba died near Santiago Saturday according to advices received at the Post Office Department He went from Pitts- Â¬ burg It had been reported that Jhe was sick with malarial fever of Telegrams from Wichita Topeka atid other Kansas cities say that Kansas girls who have attended school in the East ever since they were tots many of whom are now at home on their vacations are out in the harvest fields riding reap- Â¬ Many ers and binding wheat men are off in the army and tlie wheat crop was heavier than usual and the labor problem became a serious one during harvest Tlie Post Dispatch says Miss Ella Mayfield is one of the girls who has distinguished herself Her father in the present crisis owns a bic farm near Wichita and is wealthy She was given every advantage in lite and spent mucn of her time in the city She attend week ed school there went in society COST OF THE VICTORY there and became thoroughly urban in her habits Her pleasing face and vivacious manner made her a general favorite At the beginning Nearly 2000 flen Were Killed of the harvest season this year she Wounded or Died of Disease was visiting in Wichita When the call came for volunteers in the wheat field she was one of the first Gen Shatters Headquarters She hurried home Fridav via Kinerston Jamaicato respond doffed her urban finery and prepar- Â¬ report of casualties in the ed for a season of hard work In a The final army since it landed in Cuba three cool shirt waist a linen skirt and a broad sailorhat a hickory hat weeks ago has been forwarded to they would call it in the country Washington It shows an aggre- Â¬ she mounted her father s reaper to gate of 1914 officers and men killed which were attached four horses The killed and drove fearlessly into the ripest wounded and missing 246 of whom twenty one field She has been at work ever number since and will continue until the were officers wounded 1584 of harvest is complete and the claims whom ninety eight were officers of Kansas womanhood have been vindicated There is nothing re- Â¬ and missing eighty four of whom markable about the matter said none was an officer Of the wound- Â¬ Miss Mayfield with charming nai- Â¬ ed only sixty eight have died -- Ottutnwa la July 18 United States commissioner Hunter Satur Â¬ day decided for the first time in any court criminal or civil the question vyhether express companiesor Ship Â¬ pers must pay the one cent fax to be attached to an express receipt He held that the company must pay the tax under the law He holds the cashier of the local office of the Adams Express Company arrested on a charge of violating the revenue law to the Federal grand jury United States District Attorney Miles represented the United States Attorney Jor the iu the hearing express company will apply for a writ of habeas corpus before United States Judge Woolson who will be asked to pass judgment on the Commissioners decision early next ESTATE AGENT ABSTRACTS OF idem IW JITLEHADE With provetnouUjj all the latest itn Mdriey loaned at1 6 pcV tent on first class real estate fdr a term of 5 years Wo have for ealo some of llio bos building lots in the city and on tonus to Huit purcliaeorH Prices tanging from 20 to 8000 Tlioy nro Jocntod We in nearly ovory part of tho city also Iirvo lor snlo farms in this nud adjoining counties These fnrraB nfa ivxv uiuHfj urw mauufacr U1UU Thejbteit Maihino for the simplo durable Light running It noiaoloaa l win Vn IMm 10 t Every rHeniaovnfrahted years jj J X I -X iv a 4 owned by parlioa who wish to sell Bolotv ia a partial list of them A Fine Farm near Kennedy A IGOjAIachine for for and freght prepaid 21 vete all postal arrangements B- - The Austrian warship Maria Theresa arrived at Havana Friday and was permitted to enter the harbor with some Russian officers t Â¬ want to join the Spanish army tThey want to study the war and will also have an opportunity to study the inside of American pris ons in a short while Who m I Br- Or1 1 life sr It the rivet in iron WIW work is at hand Welding on a gigantic scale is superseding it Elihu Thompson of Lynn Mass the pioneer of electric welding has found a new and startling use for the electric arc With it he be- Â¬ lieves he can weld the hulls of bat- Â¬ tleships in one piece obviating all possibility of leaks and making them practically impregnable doom of The s Mrs Martha Place has been sen- Â¬ tenced to die in the electric chair in New York for strangling her step- Â¬ daughter She is the second wo- Â¬ man upon whom the death sentence has been passed since the electric chair was introduced in New York Maria Barberi was the first but she was subsequently pardoned Now New York is having a contro- Â¬ versy as to whether or not a woman should be sent to death in the elec- Â¬ tric chair Advices from Honolulu indicate that the coast defense vessel Mon- Â¬ terey will take posesston of the Caroline Islands before reaching Manila While in Honolulu harbor Commander Lentz of the Monterey borrowed charts of the Carolines from Capt Bray of the Missionary bark Morning bear and also con- Â¬ sulted with that navigator regard- Â¬ ing the harbors of those islands Capt Lenta promised to return the charts when he reached the Phili pinea over Kansas the wives and daugh- Â¬ Uniontowns New Mayor ters of farmers are helping harvest The new Mayor of Uniontown se- Â¬ wheat It became imperative that do the work and lected to fill the vacancy left by somebody should as men were not available what the resignation of W G Short was could be more natural than that chosen by the city council at the the task should fall to the lot of the regular meeting Friday evening women says the Telegram The mantle of It is possible that John F Mar- Â¬ honor again falls on worthy should- Â¬ tin blind drug clerk who has for ers as Mi R W Crabb one of two years undergone heroic treat- Â¬ Uniontowns most enterprising artd ment at the hands of specialists progressive citizens was chosen to may have his sight entirely restor- Â¬ govern the municipal affairs of ed Martin has been totally blind Uniontown The choice 61 the for years suffering from chronic council met with the full approval vebite atrophia This disease is and unanimous consent of all and said to be incurable He became the city under Mayor Crabbs prominent two years ago as a sub Â¬ guidance will continue to grow arid stitute in experiments for Chas prosper in the future with that Broadway Rouss a millionaire same gratifying progress which merchant who is also blind and has characterized in the past who offered 1000000 to any per- Â¬ son who could restore his sight NEWS FROM PON Mr Rouss is suffering from the same disease that Martin is Martin Pon Ky July 18 We are hav Â¬ is now being treated by GHCassi ing plenty of rain so far this sum- Â¬ dy whose system is one of inhala- Â¬ mer The corn crop never looked tion The drugs are placed in a so flattering for a good crop tube and inhaled at five minute in- Â¬ tervals several times a day The Miss Albina King whom I spoke eyes are sprayed with belladonna of last week as having fever is some better at this writing Lieut Sidney Johnson of Com- Â¬ Mr L B King our merchant pany G First Kentucky infantry at Pon is still sick had a narrow escape from drown- Â¬ Mr James Calvin will commence ing in Chickamauga creek while teaching the public school at Dog-Â¬ bathing Saturday He was seized wood chapel the 7th day of August with cramps and was saved by Private Richard Clore after a hard on Mrs Virginia J Barnes is still the sick list She has improved struggle Clore was in turn rescu- Â¬ some the past week ed by Private Owen Abot and Mrs Marshal Long is very sick Sergt Mat Carrol at this writing A variety show is in full opera- Â¬ Mrs Nettie King and daughter tion at Lytle the postoffice station Miss Eva were the pleasantguests for Chickamauga camp and the ac- Â¬ of Mr Maryland Hord last Friday tresses are reaping a rich harvest and Miss Maud Cavanah was also Quarters and dimes by the hand- Â¬ there Honey Bee ful are thrown upon the stage when Anxious to Get in a taking patriotic turn is done by them R W Wolsfer of this city who was rejected by Capt Atkinson at He Remembered Hopkinsville several days ago He rose to depart as the clock where he went to enlist as a volun- Â¬ c r m r t t itteer in the Third Kentucky on ac- Â¬ And getting his hat and his cane His wife sweetly murmured Now count of a crooked arm and a sliglit deficiency in weight has not yet dont stay out late Dear Charlie Remember the given up all hope of joining the Maine regiment and going to the front ac- Â¬ With that somewhat startling in- Â¬ cording to the Unidutown Telegram junction in view He was back home at ten with Wednesday he wrote to Congress Â¬ man Clardy requesting him to ne his pet For should he stay later he very gptiate for the allowing of a dispen- Â¬ well knew What a great blowing up he sation would get Barred Out Denver Post 1 I am only one of many All wheel to keep dress from getting on wheel Attachments Aro tho famous Johnsons in lvn nml nnr lmlf innlina lilili In a tin box and consists of tucker ruffle Tho Itoml milk Road and eight and onoMnlf Inches long lnnldi fourhemmers binder nullter foot htmuii measurement tiusisas iiru an any lamny and feller under braider and sheerer oil Two thirds in fine timber good im tnachlne made andormutt not he confounded and oil two -- crew drivers six bobbins mm no called medium ma with provements well watered 8J miles ohlnesthe Tho bend plate Bet Intohigh arm with of needles thumb screw guage and book of orlovel directions tho table from tho city Big bargain The Furniture Is well madei highly nol Needle Is HtraiKUtpsolf aotlnB flat on lshcd nnd elegant In anpearaa The Alltnea Price 900 no aldo and cannot be setfwroiift ttA machines will Go sent wltlifaakj furniture BhuttW is open on tlie end cylinder unless walnut I Bnectfleri UAlifnuniiKrc Tho La lock to the drawers and cover nice nickel Farm of 106 acres onButler Road ihapo and absolutely nelMlm adlm The Bearings Are till steel well flito3 and iium urup rings io nu drawers ah maoblnei nrc well packed and crated Three and ono half miles from the adjustable Sell threading Tho machine Is HEAD OUK OUAKANTKE city well improved good orchard and no hole to put tho thread through Except theeyo of the needle and never failing water Th New MathowsMaalilne is warranted in ThaFccd lB positive In iicHori and has no years from dato of purdhasa and Jthlrty dan Price 750 springs togetnut ofordor trial of It It perfoot and ontlre satisfaction Automatic Dobbin Will wind Is not given tho maohlnemay A farm of 20 ueres on samo road oobbln as smooth as onWinder of thread the tousatouroxpenso and the bo roshipped to a spool money paid ui 3 miles from the city wall improvmooiucii in aonoie iock siisen xiie same will bo rofundod promptly on both sides aim will not ravel Can bo ed A good poultry or mnrket gar lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty Under this guarantco you run no risk wht- - I over In purohii8lnjthoNevrMBtlifW3Maoliiin I stitches to the inch den furtn in good neighborhood I A If l TheTensIon Is a flat spring tension and ad Vnil linvA lhlrtv Intra trlnl home una If for any rcARon you flhould wish justable to all sizes ofthread Price 100 Hand Wheel Is nlokle plated nnd ha3 a to return the machine It may co shipped to ni Farm of 75 acres on Greenville J9030 wheel attached to operate bobbin winder Ub um UAJIUUBU UMU IUI3 xuuuuy Will DO re- funded without running machine Tho Movement Is tho celebrated eccentric Ml communications regarding the Road movcmeiitsjposUIvoln notion and fewer work Â¬ Mathews Machine should eaddreti8td to New ing parts than any machine on the market Six miles from the city The very The Stand Has large balance wheel hangs CHAS Al MEACRAM on twpadjilstable centers Tho treadle is lance bes t place in the neighborhood and hangs In cone centers and all lost motion timbor good water buildings orch can be taken up asters uadorcch end and Hopkinsville Ky can be easily moved Anlcodress guard over ard and in a fine state of repair Ts Â¬ Well improved good land well wa tered and timbered 180 acres Price 55400 A Farm of 350 acres on Butter orders HlUUliaCATlONS Cn8hmu8t accompany al ot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Price A 650 1 Description ol the improved New Mathews Machine 2 Jhiamnchina is manufactured with the view of supplying a long fell vant to wit A Modern High aim first class Sewing Machino with nil late acres near Elmo improvements and of first class material and good workmanship including Twenty acres of timber tho remain tho best and latest Attachments at 0 reasonable price A book of instruc ing in high state of cultivation All tions accompanies every machine the buildings in good condition In making your remittance wo nrofor postoffice money ord or recristored splendid neighborhood letter express money ordes or Now York Exchange Iudividm checks ud- 220b Price less certiheci to will not be received 100 acres 5 Miles From City on B3raausiMfmJuifavsiir3iiMBCcrra Â¬ very fine little Farm of 87 Russellville Pike Well improved 15 acres of timber near church and Bchool Price 1800 136 it acres on Ducker Mill road fae Daily Kentuckiati 400 PER YEAR 65 acres of bottom land 2 good houses 2 barns well watered 15 acres timber Prico 500 cash 1100 balance iu one and2 years at 6 per cent The best farm in tho neighborhood Besides theso wo have other farmb for sale and will take pleasure in showing any of them to parties wish ing to buy Surveys Plats Aj stracts of title furnished all purchus era Now is the time to buy roaT ad RELIABILITY Is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these eBtato Three tracts of coal landB two of the mines partially developed Vein of coal 5 feot thick finest qua ity One tract contains 000 acres ono 175 acrpe ono 05 acres All within i mile Illinois Central 11 R Will sell at bargains and on ensy terms Hero are fortunes for the right men ing hotel at the famous Dawiadii Springs Will eoll at a bargnin or exchange for improved farming land well located For salo or exchange a good pay Â¬ days of yellow journalism They care little for truth and a great deal for temporary sensation It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability It prints the news all the vnews and tells the truth about it It is the only American newspaper outside New York city that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service and its own staff correspondents and artists at the frpnttfhboth - hemispheres1 It is the best illustrated daily newspaper in thejvorld Its war news service is unapproachably the best Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier 7 or oxchanKO for The owuore busincee compelB him to reside elsewhere ilO ncre ranch well improved near San Diego Cal Will oxchnngofor property in Christian county Ky good notes sell on eney torms For salo a good first cIobb board ing house at Dawson Springs Wll We read Ihe - 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 by air postniasfers Address THE CHICAGO RECORD 181 Madison street Chicago William Robinson Agt OfficeWebber Street Hopkinsville Ky 11 4- ESTABLISHED 8N 1852 I C RAIL DffSBBaaBqnuinTn SAMUEL HO POT of jji Importer and Alanufacturcr TIME TABLE 9 fi TH Acom Another Maine Victim Lv ilopklnsvlllo daily dally Acom Noj twomonhavocomo botwoon us dally dally ing the real facta Vbout the yellow Baltimore July 18 Lieut John 4 Lv Hopkinsville 050 am pm Two news is J Blandin died here Saturday fever in the army The 80S am iHSpm Ar Princeton ISpjn Yes a pronoher and tho man she Arllemlersan 7 05 p m censored and the public is not per His death was the result of the 800 jim ArKvansvIlle mnrriod ArliOUUvlllQ 1000 pm mitted to know the real extent of great shock his nervous system reioo a m 640 p m Arraaucan Av Memphis 8i0 uu 8 18 a nf From unofficial ceived by the destruction of the the epidemic tSUOajn 7 46 t m Ar New Orleans Smoothing the Way NoSSb No 8 No SOI it is stated that the disease Maine at Havana Lieut Blandin sources dally Aoom soin My lawyer told mo ho thought 1 Ar HoplUnBvtlle to spread and that the was the officer on deck at the time dly dally ias begun LvKvangYlllti 8 IB am would huvo a hard timo establishing Lv number of those stricken has been of the treacherous horror t 08 a pi Henderson Lv 1rmcetoii my ojaima under tho will COOaw l446pni fiopin Increased at in alarming rate S n ta llllnn 7jm ArUnnklliavllIn sea lias tHrough chair ear arid sleep Â¬ did you Bay What Trti No Tom Morriwy forraorlyn bartomlor The number of deaths so far record er Jrom Frlnetouto NewOrlfn8 yU Mhi- w ed hag Uten quite small in proper Ht Stanford was kUlik iu the battle H Hekod him hovy much mqre pl The War Department is conceal- Â¬ You say you Mies Whopper dont intend to mnrry EflTectivoBec No 831 No e9y 8p2 SO Q No 872 Â¬ Â¬ Marble ana Griaraite Monuments tf8H W- U1 tfop to t h umber ill f- of Santiago i y money he wan td M K Mgmuwooii 4atHopJclBvUl yrAjcjiAOM irAUTUfcxy Ky MR iM4V j M Ji orJALaxiisviTJxJia 0Di3ivNaffiKB ft M WHItLQW tt HopkiiYlUf KXnflfi r jr rl lK t lM 1 T- V- S - or i fii P T 0 LH fv MMMM A MONKEY Mti uitoMtfMbM CLlPffeD AND COMPILED BYCYCUST The Danville colored Mr begins It Was Not Taught But Learntd August 24 ad eoutinuoa throo days To Ride By Watching SArefal ftftmborBof a Scottvillo fam Â¬ A ily Wtfepoisdned J3 oatlbg ieeereum There is a very popular monkey them died in the zoological gardens of the Ti LiaoolnOotntyCourt is usual Prater at Vienna just now and she killing This term is much admired says the Syra ly attended by l cuse Standard Miss Maja has an ttoreivertJ thrttf Noef J AtbweuflWro Circuit Judge Owen exquisite bicycle which she rides to perfection imitating to a nicety decided tliacjtys engiuohouepptirkB all the movements of cyclists She From homo is when they get that blessed pie from ptc areUblo for Stato tuxes jumps into the saddle without The Bowling Groou pooplonrowork mother or a bottle of our Pure Old Whisky from any jug tottocuro tho next mooting of tho touching the pedal kisses her hand No to every body while she waits for of their brothers or friends who value their health ftttona pox Huutors Association Preparations aro boing tntulo at the signal then flits off at a splendid one should travel away from home without a bottle of our pace From the wheel she jumps Georgetown for tho hanging of Clar on a trapeze and then on the wheel Pure Bourbon or Tennessee Whiskey once Vinegar thd negro wife murdoror again before it can fall When she to day has shown all her arts rind graces Or our Apple or Peach Brandy Allon gained 1 000 afcrca of good she claps her hand calling upon land and four voters by tho rosurvoy the public to applaud She thanks At this season of the year is essential that you kcjep in of tho lino between Wnrron and Al prettily for applause by bowing lent and putting her hand to her heart a convenient place at home- a bottle of our Whiakey Norton Sutton formerly Scottcouu The monkey has not been trained Brandy or Blackberry Cordial 1y a membor of tho Tonth United at all only made to look on while Stales cavalry was lulled in the buttle men and women cycled She has UR of Santiago taught herself everything without Will Baker Bhot and killed Dick any ones hplp When money is UR Slnnloy at Hondorson Tho slain given to her she runs to her nurse wag too intimate with tho other takes her purse and puts it in man It mans wifo All colored has been proposed to let her have work has begun on tho now court one of the many cycling medals dis- Â¬ house at Lexington which isto replace tributed in Vienna butthesocieties Iho historic building destroyed byffro refuse to give it to her - Boys i In Camp For the Treat ixyii ooo hU War News fj 4 TjI tfjtfniTtfsirtefrJi O Wines are the best Whiskies the purest HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsviiie and neighboring towns to sub scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reliable war news Â¬ timo ago DIED FROM THE SHOCK Dr Smock representative of State Board of Health telegraphs there are tep cases of small pox in Clay county Mrs Smlthson Only Survived the find more expected to develop Operation a Few Hours Bomo Royal Liquor Co T ie Daily Co JProps S J Samuel Sd 83gr JUG AND KEG TRADE A SPECIALTY Hopkinsville Produce flnrket f Cash prices paid by HopkinBville merchants iBaconrr r Hams country 810c 5 Js 4 Shoulders SidoB Lard Country Prpduce 57c 67o 7c Butter Eggs Now feathers Beeswax Tallow GiuBong 12515c 2528c per lb 182lc 2c 2225 Hopoy Tub washed wool Greased 78c 26c 2c t 1318c Poultry Y chickens live per boosters dozlG0l80 8 Mrs Anneta Pace Smithson wife of Mr Jas A Smithson ofPeeDee died in Clarksville Saturday morn- Â¬ ing from shock resulting from an operation performed at four oclock Friday afternoon She had been in very bad health for nearly a year and everything had been done to relieve her the operation being performed as a last resort The remains were brought to Herndon on the train Saturday and were interred in the graveyard on Mr W E Adcocks farm near Church Hill Sunday Mrs Smithson was a daughter of Mr R C Pace of Herndon and was a most excellent lady She leaves a husband and several child- Â¬ ren BASEBALL SPECIAL i GRAYSON entuckians Telegraph erviee SPRI nes HO TEL RESORT Â¬ ThiB famous Kentucky SUMMER is now open for guests uutier NEW MANAGEMENT attendance A practical hotel man has been selected to direct affairs Special attention given to the cuisine Many improvements have been made in the hotel and surroundings Hotel rates reasonable A pleasant timo in store for you Rooms bright and well ventiinted A splendid band of musiu in Grand Ball Every- Friday Niglit During the Season - drain Clover per bushel Corn Wheat Corn shelled Live Btock Hogs Shoop Cattlo Culyea ADDRESS Ao 67c 50c RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS GAMES Philadelphia 6 Cincinnati 2 S2G0300 3325 260350 300325 M00425 Cleveland 7 Washington 4 Baltimore 8 Chicago 2 St Louis 6 Brooklyn 3 New York 14 Louisville 5 Boston 8 Pittsburg 5 HOW G rsfsrOrL SAM BOYD Springs lECr ft P TURNEY Lamba Hides aud Eihb -- TUnV STAND CERULEAN PC 654 631 Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and overy department of the paper is supplied with a news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky Â¬ iargensalJtedShideBj u t W if IV Nbwpotatoesiper bushel U v -- GatyvqgQ JreonJudos v67c h Clubs Boston Cleveland Won Lost 51 48 4G h7ic Cincinnati 75c Baltimore yecrotables per lipad - VWiateWQrVvwv Florida PJ6urj Rotail- Patent perbbf - 35c Chicago Pittsburg New York 2535e Philadelphia a 44 45 40 39 34 1 Strndardlpcr bbl M Cloyor Brooklyn 125 Washington 375 Louisville St Louis 55c t t I uw v 30 31 24 24 - 27 28 29 29 34 35 35 38 42 47 53 56 613 602 569 532 TURNEY Proprietors BOYD 527 472 Thisfamous health and ploasuro resort tho oldest in Western Kentucky 417 397 is situated ontho Ohio Valllloy branch of tho Illinois Central railroad 1G 311 milos from Hopkinsvilloand 14 miles from Princeton 300 RINGS TRIGG COUNTY KY- MIR ill iffiiUM tmii In PI8fciSSfeiJa 111 nr OIILUUN 1111 j ffli DIUR Daily delivered A the city Cts Per Mi linn Tele 002 main k RATCQ PV MAII Bran retail Tomatoes Fancy per dqz Olioico per doz Gtfou Corn Fancy doz cars Choico doz ears per owt ddHhpothy HIVIt Y SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY iS i l ijC 20e 10c Louisville at New York Chicago at Baltimore Pittsburg at Boston St Louis at Brooklyn NOW OPEN Hotel Accommodations Unsurpassed Sulphur and Chalyboato Water in Abuudanco Six trains daily aud Reduced Rates First Class Italian Band Employed for the season -- M Daily One Month - 35 Daily Three Months - 100 Dailjj One Year - 400 Semi Weekly Edition 1 yr200 i 10c 8c Cincinnati at Philadelphia Cleveland at Washington Are You Interested In to days Kentuckian we present toour readers the advertise ment of one of Clarksvilles best and most substantial businessmen one that knows the value of printers ink and is liberal in all Â¬ The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and it news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained Write For Rates v Missionary Meeting The Sixth Circle of Bethel Asso- Â¬ ciation will meet with Locust Grove church July 30 and 31 at 10 oclock am Subjects v 1 k Br J 2 rTMo U HIIIIUJJ A D ClardyWm H Harrison nnr ntiin U4 WU1VJIV11 VilJ JF 3 Tlfe Qhristin in dafly life Dixon W L Payton Importance of good singing In D White- churchesr rJ i G - Howard M vW Stowed 4 5 6 T TirnwilT R fhpf1iChristian experience WhxJ vSwRjpn H A i Baptist am 31 II S f UlteCK I ll J J wLAVetle lcm t - V Ciumingham of Homlersor iricnjfc of mijon Inyted to eighteen years ofagwnsdrownod be record at collogot attend and tpkc part in thm mMU tween Evansvillo and Nowburg He Yoa bio carao nway without got hud boon Imviugu timo and fell off h Kyn July tinj enj8ged to professor1 Southron and Olivet UR7 compwetjiis circle KAch fcliurch is rtqueated to send hrcor re mpssengers and all Locust Grove We allude to Mr Samuel Hodgson proprietor of the old and established monumental works at 2 that place Mr Hodgsons stock of monumental work is large and com- Â¬ plete embracing all the latest de Â¬ signs and h6 will take great pleas Â¬ X ure in furnishing any information td those interested He has sojd somevery fme work in this county and will at an early date put up1 Borne bqautiful designs in Hopewell cemetery He carries one of the largest stocks of goods in his line to be fouud in the South and never fails to please both in workman Â¬ ship and price Ed things I jg ssmmimmmtmiiffiimmmmmmmfi 1 Dont Do a Thing Until you have seen my new line of imported Subscribe Now And Get The News Send SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS I guaranteeQUAJLITV SHIP thebest that STYLE and WORKMAN- money can secure 2 ia your subscription by No 14 Soulh Mxin J L Tobitl Tailor mniMit 3 3 mail Call at tbe office in the Ken Â¬ tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 Address Clias ri An Intellectual peat Did your diughtor make ngood Coercion My noxt dqor neighbor sent word to mo totoJI my lawn moivor il MoachuD Publisher DidyoudoiU Yes ho said if hia wife a parrot lurr iftxjvrg r didnt iod buy nsz snns HOPKINSVILUg KY oniKi 0 UQta cS lii HPlffl iiiiriiiinii t MCHERSINSTITDTE Prof ram for the Meeting Next Monday WHI be Conducted by Prof J C yW Willis us Instructor Programme his city with Prof J C Willis as The program is here instructor given The Christian County Teachers Institute will meet July 25 29 in 130 School Management Govern Â¬ ment of the school Miss Leila Hiscr J W Rascoe Miss Salllc E Jones R C HopsOn 220 Recess and Music 10 minutes 230 Reading jVC Willis 320 Recess and Music 10 minutes 330 Literature Teachers Ad- 420 Music Announcements journment Friday Morning 830 Opening Exercisea JC 9 Educational Psvcholocrv Willis 950 Recess and Music 10 min Â¬ utes U S History 10 Methodology Guthrie Jas M Calvin LW Miss Miss Nora Williamson u CHERRY BROTHERS Comiaf With a School Proposi tion This Week Â¬ care of Miss PritcheU a trained nurse who recently located here Mr Thos G Dade who waB sick when he returned from the re Â¬ cent hunting trip la still ill and Took Ten Grains of Morphia probably has a case of typhoid fe- Â¬ ver With Suicidal Intent PERSONAL GOSSIP His Life Saved by the Prompt tion of a Physician Who Relieved Mini Tmnnp iiHi niif m jiJlL m SXm il BiYBpHiincianQ m excolii DEAN DESPERATE donditiori kndconsidRrnhirtMJ mi iiiiii iTiiiifriiiifi mi l The indicftlhftuM r fhf tfv i large acriife will be ded thi L has been tawte towards preparing the groutnUor next years 1 fall TO dAV Ac- Â¬ MARKET REPORT More About the Prospects for the Mr Jiio P Burnett has returned Big Normal and Busi Â¬ from Dawson ness College Mrs A G BoaleB has returned from Cerulean Mr C B Holman of Trenton is HopkinBVille really has a good l in the city to day chance to secure the Cherry Broth Â¬ Corrected Daily By Urn Kftwllitfl urj liikl I 1 HliaklalUI hkmrkMLt cr Kai ii IlllIlLu 1 1 Opg lHitfCloalDgl ers School Judge Leavell has re- Â¬ 4000 1 Monday Morning Organization ball to Order by SuperintendGC Minnie Stevenson 1050 Recess and Music 10 min utes 1100 School Management School - tent 2 Devotional Exercises 3 Address of Welcome Long4 5 6 - Grading L McCartney 1150 Announcements ment Adjourn- Â¬ v 4 i- f ft - 4 K lift Response L W Guthrie Enrollment Superintendents Address 7 Instructors Address 1145 Adjournment for noon 17 Monday Afternoon -115 a Roll Call b Music c Announcements Management 1 The Teachers Preparation J W Burnett 2 Securing- a School Miss Car- Â¬ rie Brasher 3 The Examination 4 226 Recess and Music 10 Minutes 230 Reading- J C Willis 320 Recess and Music 10 Minutes 336 Literature Teachers led by m J C Willis asju- - MUsic Annnouncements Adjournment y Morningl30--SchoN ol Jr Friday Afternoon Music c Announcements Gov- Â¬ 130 School Management ernment of the School E M Murphey Miss EffieG Wood Geo P Craner Miss Carrie 115 a Roll Call b Wood ceived the following letter from the proprietors of the school Bowling Green July 14 Judge Bucknek Leavell Hopkinsvtlle Ky Dear Sir We hope to be able to send a committee with a proposition to your city not later than the lat ter part of next week July 20 to vvc iiiivc limy ucicrmmeu iu io have apermanent home with good school accommodations for our in- Â¬ stitutions iiopKinsvtiie wottiu maice a capi- Â¬ tal place and is well located for a big school Very truly yours Cherry Bros - - 220 Recess and Music 10 min utes 230 Nature Study J C Willis 320 Recess and Music 10 minutes 330 Lecture Child Study J C Willis 420 Miscellaneous Business Ad- Â¬ journment Â¬ WALPOLES MISFORTUNE Fined Heavily Charged With Running a Blind Tiger IT Eli Ifsa 1 L iflfi Ui W P Walpole who formerly ran From Hopkinsville C E Graves a butcher shop at Gracey is in se- Â¬ R M Wooldridgc C O Brown J l Prom P Thompson G E Gaither J M 2 Scripture Lesson and Prayer rious trouble in Trenton he went to Pembroke and Gracey Higgins Geo E Smith H E Hol Music thence to Trenton where he has ton T C Williams L G Gant J Roll Call been operating what seemed to be a L Tobin C A Thompson W M V5 Announcements An Infants Death This morning he C butcher shop Girard and wife J T Wall M D 900 Education Psychology J An iqfant son of Mr Whittaker was put on trial charged with run- Â¬ Kelly W R Wicks J M Wicks of Gracey died Willis Sunday at Mrs A C Oversbiner Henry Hardwick 950 Recess and music 10 minutes ning a blind tiger and the proof Youngs on Virginia street of 10 Methodology Frank L Tori an W L Mitchell spinal meningitis The body was Primary Gram against him was so conclusive that the court gave him a fine of 100 Miss Lizzie Gaither Miss Lottie sept to mar Miss Jennie West Miss Gracey for interment which Walpole in the absence of Stith Gertrude Keith and HH West From Cadiz Claude Gaines ET 1050 Recess and music 10 minutes cash will have to pay by work on A 13 year old colored boy died on Warfields the streets of Trenton He has a 11 Arithmetic J C Willis McCarty T C Rawlins C E the farm of Mr John B Harned a jMisses Georgia and Lena Har Myers and daughter NOW OPEN Adjourn large family and a wife almost 1150 Announcements few miles east of the city Saturday St graves and Miss Jymal Evans blind who will be left without re- Â¬ From Clarksville Miss Adella night of typhoid fever ment Nashville at Mr W E Wsrfield Jesup Morton McGehee- - Marion sources while he is in the hands of Is the Chalybeate Springs Hotel lunuuy niicniuua Jrs Ky W C Graves Texas T An- Â¬ For Rent Three room resi- Â¬ T15 a Roll Call b Music c the law at Sebree Miss Belle Brandon- - Nashville derson Glen wood Ky C E Jones dence with large hall on West 17th j Announcements Route is Changed Castrodon O C E Marvin St St Good water at Mr W R Howells 130 School Management I wish to inform the people of Hop- Â¬ t The regiment of volunteers which WA Ward Miss Sallie Summers ofTexas at Louis Geo W WilsoriGraceyKy Organization Misses Nora Col W J Bryan has recruited in kinsville and all others who wish Mr J J Ira White L W Gaines Chappells Greer Dovie Andersou Ollie LOST On street a10 bill Re- Nebraska will not pass through to visit at Sebree Springs that my Blythe and R A Cook Miss Jennie Richardson Pem- Â¬ Â¬ port find to this office Public Sale It was intended that house is now open after undergo- broke at Mr J W Williams 320 Recess and music 10 minutes Louisville ing repairs to visitors andfurther part of the regiment should go I will on Thursday Aug 4 1808 30 head young cattle and fine 330 Reading Â¬ Miss Susie Lasley Stanford nt 1 p m offer for sale at publie mic Milk Cows for sale South by way of Louisville but for more that I have special arrange W W Ware 320 Recess and music 10 minutes tion on the premisen the old Clardy reasons of his own Col Bryan ments with train No 52 going Ky at Dr A Sargents 835 Literature Teachers north to stop regularly at the Miss Mary Wheeless St Louis horaostead situuted near Bell Chris 420 Music Announcements Ad- Â¬ wanted to go through Nashville and springs to accommodate visitors at Mr M A Masons The Square tiau county Kentucky His farm con Atlanta The contract was changed tains about 365 acres and is one of I journment Misses Susie and Dora Warfield tho best of Christian county farms to suit the Colonel and the volun- Â¬ My rates range from 5 to 7 per Por Infants and Children I Tuesday Evening1 Children under ten half of Clarksville are visiting Mrs M Situated in a most desirable neighteers will go by St Louis over the week borhood An excellent brick dwell Till Kind You C Forbes Music and Recitations Always tagM Illinois Central the Nashville price Address ing house with all other necessary C Willis G L Dial Lecture J MORE BURGLARY St Louis and the Chattanooga improvements A never fuiliug sup Bears the Sebree Springs Ky Wednesday riorning Georgia Central of water Terms pf Bale will be Slgnaturo of ply 830 Opening Exercises uoerai City Court flatters fir C A Brashers Dwelling of sale anu luiiy made known on day 900 Educational Psychology J J D Clardy Executor Col Caffee in Town Four cases were disposed of in i House Entered Saturday C Willis STATEMENT OF CONDITION Col W K Caffee of the Second the Police Court this morning Last Weeks Weather OF TOT Night 950 Recess and Music Ten min- Missouri now in camp at Chicka Walter Pettus col arrested lor From official records kept by Mr utes V mauga is in the city on a brief fur using profane language was fined First National 10 Methodology Bant The dwelling house of Mr C A J M Howe Advanced Gram- Â¬ lough visiting his wife and two five dollars and costs He satisfied Highest Lowost Rainfall Â¬ mar W E Gray R T HolBrasher was entered by a burglar children now visiting Mrs H L the claim 80 58 00 land Miss Mary Stoner Mrs Home time Saturday night The Monday HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY McPherson who is Mrs CafTees Henry Turner charged with 82 Tuesday 57 00 Mattie B Doss thief broke the transom over a ce- Â¬ at tho close of businoaa sister Col Caffee is from Carthage drunkenness was fined the usual llar window 72 62 06 1050 Recess and Music Ten min and entering the cellar Wednesday JUNE 80 1898 and is one of the best oflicers of the sum and the claim was settled G8 87 06 utes his way into Mr Brashers Thursday made RESOURCES Missouri Volunteers and a very In the case of W L Bradley 87 75 tr Loans RnU Discounts 11 Arithmetic J C Willis sleeping apartments where he took Friday Trf 10810481 accomplished gentleman He will white a fine of 15 and costs was OverdrAtts U8Q778 5 70 00 1115 Announcements Adjourn- a pocKet oooic containing raO m Saturday US Bonds to secure clruulutloji 1000000 Â¬ be here a day or two longer assessed against defendant RePremiums on US Bands 160000 91 72 03 ment small change Returuing to the Sunday Other Bonds andSoeurUlcx 61103 03 plevied aooooo Funilturo Fixtures Wednesday Afternoon cellar he took about twenty pounds The heavy rain this morning is Due from Bute Banks and Danknra isitim Masons Geo Martin a Nashville negro not included in the above report uueirom approved resorvo auents 115 a Roll Call b Music was fined 15 and costs He failed to oMard and left without molesting It was heavy enough to scrjously Kouoniptlon fund with Hopkinsville Lodge No 37 P UMTreaaurnr 7tw any other valuables No clew was Announcements c A M will meet in stated commu- Â¬ pay up and was sent to the work Total WMlMt left by which he could be identified retard the wheat threshing again 130 School Management Employ- - nication in their hall Ragsdale house where he will break roclc LIABILITIES The burglar was evidently well for several days ments of the School M A Cooper Co block this Capital atookpald iu f 6i000oo Monday for sixteen days aciTv7 surplus fund acquainted with the premises Brown Miss Berta Hiscr J evening at 8 oclock Work in A Colored Excursion 2V842 Undivided protlts the Circulation 1410000 7 L Manire Miss Ida Brumfield E P degree Members of sister t Buck Leavell is the Latest 67 Cents for No a Dry lMljST pay Taxes The I C Railroad is advertising FundtotoBanks IMM lue J W Morgan Miss Jimmie lodges are fraternally invited to at- Â¬ The local quotation to VM00 The bicycle fever has broken out an excursion for the colored popu- Â¬ Dividend unpaid for day 1MMX Jenkins Dividend this day tend Chas E Graves W M the best strictly number two dry in another fresh place JudgeBuck lation ofllenderson and intermedi Â¬ Individual Deposits 1MJ084 220 Recess and Music 10 min- - J B Galhreath Secy wheat is 67 cents This is a slight Leavell has caught it He took a ate points to this city next Sunday 37qlMl Total utes A dividend ota per ent declared payable advance over the opening price- day off from hia judicial dutiesSun- - for 125 for the round trip on and alter July ll8flt 2J30 Reading JC Willis Died at the Age of Eighty The price is still unsettled and on aay and broke in a line young I Thos W Lour Cashier of tUt afcove MKied 320 Recess and Music 10 min- Farmers Busy Fallowing the lower grades ranges down as wheel that had never been taught bank do solemnly swear that the aeove slate Winnie Buckner a very aged ufl ment la true to the best of my ksawJedfft ues the gaits The performance took Many farmers have been very colored woman died at her home on low as 50 cents 330 Literature Teachers TjrosWINOUashUy place on South Virginia street in busy during the past week fallow Â¬ Subscribed and sworn to before mo this street Sunday after- Â¬ Ad- - East Walnut 4520 Music Announcements duardlan Appointed the afternoon The women and ing for wheat The frequent show duyof June 1808 yyAWtiiir nil noon She had been sick for about journment On motion of Mrs Belle Stowethia children were removed to places of a month She was about eighty fSSSSSSSSSSSSISKSSSdSSSSSSSSSSSS Thursday Horning morning Mr Geo C- Long was ap safety and the judge mountetljjis years old 830 Opening Exercises pointed guardian for her three charger in a fearless mannered 900 Educational Psychology J Remember the flaine children Mr Long at once quali- Â¬ after an hour or two victory was C Willis Place to get your fine Merchant fied by giving bond with Messrs perched on his banner Barring HopbtasMiUs 950 Recess and Music 10 minutes Tailoring is bv Fowright Pants E A Stowe and Thos W Long as a few attempts ot the wheel to lie 10 Methodology Geography John made for 3 5 7 and Suitsl4 sureties Threo Collegiate Courses Preparatory Courso Musio ancj EloeutlW down and run into the barbed wire 15 20 West 7th street opposite Sollee Miss Daisy Rice U L taught by conservatory teachers College Orejiostrn of ten pioe jMot fence by the roadside there was no New Era office Ware Two Young Men Sick great difficulty in breaking it in discipline and much personal attention SepHrato dopdrtraaate for mM r Clardy Mrs Mary P Adjourn- 1Q50 Announcements Pay Your City Taxes Mr Jas O Cook has a confirmed Judge Leavell wae rfble to be at Rndfemaloa 0 merit City Taxes for 1897 must be paid case of typhoid fever His condi- Â¬ hia office this morning but various Total department enrollment Ut ywr 2tf by August 1 or property will be tion to day is Thursday Afternoon Jjf5f Individual snrollmout v considered somewhat and sundry bruises about his por Â¬ improved by hia physician Dr tion attested to the unusual manner llS a Soil call b Music c I advert8cdLfoR0 ggWWLWINKluptGiriVJNrta CTC I V Ahnuacments Thomas His caw is under th ia which be observed the Sabbath Tuesday - 830 Openincf Exercises Music J s Writing upon the same subject kee Wis Prof L W Guthrie says in a letter Miss Addie Jesup of Clarksville to Mr F W Dabney is expected to make Mrs J D Mor Hopkinsville is on the right road to secure one of the bestand largest ris at Mr W R Howells a visit Normal and Business Colleges in this week Mrs Joe McCarroll of Hopkins the South I have seen Prof H H and he endorsed what I vill arrived yesterday to attend Cherry the bedside of her sister Mrs N have said to you R Cromwell Henderson Gleaner Cherry Bros desire a permanent location for their schools and I think The family of Mr J D Russell Hopkinsville can furnish them with manager of the telephone company what tney require Tliey now have arrived and will board with have an architect at work on plans Mr W A PPool on Jesup for a building that will be required avenue by the school and it will be large Mrs A H Clark and Miss Mollie enough to accommodate 1000 stu Martin who have been visiting dients also a boarding hall forthat the family of Mr Hugh Phelps in number Clarksville for a week returned The plans will be ready in a short home this morning time to be submitted to the council j t for action Hopkinsville cannot af Visiting Young Ladies ford to miss this opportunity of se- Â¬ The following visiting young curing such a school ladies are in the city and vicinity There is a growing interest this week in the prospect for securing Miss Kate Anderson Owensboro this college and the council will re- Â¬ a Mr R C Hardwicks ceive with satisfaction any reason- Â¬ Misses Martha Bowling and able proposition Cherry Brothers Laura West Clarksville at Mr A may have to make G-- Mr J G Harris of Kennedy was in the city yesterday Mr Abe Quick of Clarksville Tenn is here to day on business Lonnie Blythe of Louisville is at home on a visit to his parents Mr T G Campbell of Roaring Springs is in the city to day Prof W H Harrison went to Madisonville this morning on busi- Â¬ ness Mrs Ed Dickerson and son ar- Â¬ rived this morning to visit Mrs H L McPherson Mr Fred Walliswent to Chica- Â¬ go this morning enroute to Milwau Cash Wheat nAvi Sept Wh6at 67 67j 67tf John Dean a young man about jjcc wneat ov 07Jj 20 years old a bojI of Sam Dean 34 33 Sept Corn 33tf attempted to commit suicide Sun Â¬ Dec Corn 34tf 34tf 34K day by taking morphine 19 X 19 Sept Oatd He had been filling liis brothers 10 10 Sept Pork 9 92 10 02 place afc engineer at the Cold Stor Â¬ 5 70 Sept Lard 5 70 5 70 age meat shop for some days the 5 75 Sept Ribs 6 72 5 75 latter being sick but Sunday morn- Â¬ New YrkHtnekannrt Cotton i ing he refused to go atiy longer and Opg Higt Closing him he must go his father told 5 96 5 xne uoy lett tne House went to a Aug Cotton 5 95 t 18 Am Tob 1 17 H8K drug store and bought ten grains 98 98tf of morphine and returning home Chicago Gas 98 fj 1 05 1 05 105tf swollowed it He then lay down on C B N 52tf 52tf the bed and when questioned told L 1 05 Manhattan 1 05 104 what he had done Dr Jackson 1 32 1 31 Sugar 1 32M Was sent for and after working with ChlciRo ItooelplR To lay him for an hour or more succeeded Wheat 98 Cars in relieving him Corn 342 Cars He is better at this writing but 180 Cars has not yet entirely recovered from Oats Hogs 45000 Head the effects 17500 Head Dean says this is his second at Cattle Iloff Market tempt to take his life On a former occasion he failed to take enough of Hogs To day 45000 34000 the drug to have any effect on him Hogs To morrow I Light V 400 AT CERULEAN SUNDAY Mixed 402 Rough 385 Heavy Another Big Crowd at the Popular 407 Resort In Honor of Misses Bowling and at Cerulean Sunday The following visitors registered West Mrs A G Warfield will receive this tivenintr in honorr of her b arm ing guests Misses Martha Boiling and Laura West of Clarksville The affair will be one of the social events of the week 1 A 1 At CASTOR lm A Â¬ Â¬ sAWtZ - Â¬ v w - SO - South Kentucky College Knuoky ft LitmL fflujTB - vJ