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Read The DAM in 10 Cis a Week i T U Q yii foe iM Daily 1 ventachian y I i UVB JSBWS r0n Every Pap We Set The Pace VOL 1 NO HOPKINSVILLE KY TUESDAU AFTEMOON JULY 19 t 1898 PRICE 2 OENTS w WTT T BIDS OPEN EIGHT KILLED rg Government Will Not Transport And Many Others Injured By a U 1 Chinamans Desperate Deed Torais Trooos Itself Will Let the Contract to Regular Fired Into a Can of Powder When Steamship Lines at duuui iu tic vrrcsieu rur Once Murder jj- START Porto Rican Invasion AV Leave For Cadiz On il 43 5 Friday Next Watson Now Ready to Start and Impatient to Go PlayaDel Este July 18The Adjutant Generals roister of prisoners has been handed in this afternoon ty G en Toral The total is Signed SHAFTER 22789 Secretary Alger to day told the newspa- ¬ per men that the Porto Rican expedition had started from various points or would later in the day He said G en Miles had been order- ¬ ed to leave on the Yale from Santiago He said all of the 22789 Spanish prisoners men ¬ tioned by G en Shafter in his report to day were in the city of Santiago and did not in-¬ clude Spanish troops at other places in the surrendered zone numbering between 10 000 and 12000 Probably on Friday Commodore Watsons formidable Special squadroniQbattleships and protected auxiliary cruisers will leave on Friday or Saturday for Spiiin Additional battleships have been added to thefleet These ships are now at G uantanamo preparing1 for the voy- - Washington July 19 Special This dispatch was received early this morning Washing ton July 19 limf-i K- - vt tf ri sj s7jg j sMPw4rsmfrtfMrtriJci ssrsrsjw vnr - j COMMOUOIllO JOHN AVATSPN This gallant ofllcerwpucccedcd Admiral Sampson as ohlof commander of the Cuban blockading squadron when that officer was sent out at random to sink tho Spanish fleet Commodoro Watson was ParraRUts flag lieutenant at 19 and was In all of- Iarragufa flshts from tho capture of New Orleans to Mobile bay Ho la a natlVo of s Kentucky and has roached the ago of M years v age and work before them and repairs are being effected by the engi - ¬ neer repair ship Vulcan The authorities hope that as finally made- up by Commodore Wat sons fleet will consist of these vesscjs Battleships Oregon Massachu ¬ setts Indiana Iowa andrexas the protected cruisers Newark and New Orleans and the auxiliary cruisers Dixie Yankee and Yosemite r i Briiigi in the Prisoners 4000 at Guantanamo Bay Journal special from Guantana SysCnjnmnpni ancfGunntanamo have surrendered 4000 Spanish fp soldifrs Ujcl dpwn their-- arms 00 of the prisoners are 411 Theiyiird line is a weekly steamer service to Santi- ago Tke 3hilRlBlphi wiUWlra first steamer to make the trip leav 9- mp New York June - Special A auttivt qj Muruay TAaWc rn Sne- San Francisco Julv 19 r i cmij yesterday a umncse wonc irian at the Melrose Fuse Works near Oakland murdered a Chinese merchant and took refuge in the powder magazine This morning when about to be captured the Ch- ¬ inaman fired a pistol into a can of powder The explosion demolished the building killing Constable Keach Deputy Depu ¬ White ty Woodson and four others Several other men injured will die Mrs Wood near by died of the r shock Mrs Hall is not expected MR PACK GILES DEAD to live Every building- within a of 300 yards was razed A Prominent Farmer Near Howell radius Fire completed the destruction Succumbs to Disease and ten box cars adjacent were al- ¬ so burned Mr Paschal Giles died at his home near Howell at 6 oclock this GOES TO AID HIS BROTHER morning after a weeks illness of imflammation of the bowels His Taylor Who Killed Sandys in St illness was not at first regarded as Louis Has Much Sympathy serious but he continued to grow worse from day to day until death Morganfield Ky July 19 Spec- ¬ ended his sufferings Sam Taylor who shot and Mr Giles was a native of this ial county and was a representative of killed Ben Sandys in St Louis Sat- ¬ one of the best families of South urday lor kidnaping his beautiful Christian He was 54 years of age little girl is a native of Union coun- ¬ and had lived all his life in the ty and for many years was a prominent merchant of Boxville neighborhood where he died His parents are now living at He was highly esteemed by his Uniontown All indications at this ¬ neighbors and was ah upright hontime point to a justifiable killing orable man who had the confidence It is hoped by the legion of friends of many friends and acquaintances His funeral will be preached to- ¬ of Mr Taylor in this county that morrow afternoon at 1 oclock by such is the case His brother J Rev J W Mitchell of this city G Taylor of this city left for St The interment will follow at the Louis this morning family burying ground on the TYPHOID IN CAMP premises Deceased was a consistent mem ber of the Liberty Christian church Five Deaths at Camp Alger and near Beverly Situation Serious He leaves a wife and four children the oldest 14 years of age Washington July 19 The pre- ¬ valence of typhoid fever is the chief Off for the Reunion subject now engaging- the attention Mr C P Jarrett Mr Walker of Camp Alger There were fifty Wood and Miss Grace Wood of this one cases at the Fort Myer Hospi city Mr H M Slaughter pf Trigg tal Five deaths1 have been re- ¬ count and perhaps a few others corded within the last two days will leave this afternoon to attend Col Girard the chief surgeon said the Confederate reunion at Atlanta to day that the fault lay principally They will stop at Chickamauga on with the men If they would ob ¬ the return trip Messrs Grundy serve the camp rules and drink Terry and Chas Baker of Cadiz nothing but boiled- and artesian left yesterday well water there vould not be much typhoid Damage Suits on Trial Two damage cases were- put on A Carlist Uprising trial to day in County Judge Cans Special London July 19 lersCouit One is by Ljljic Lacy Dispatches froni Madrid say it is vs J J Stuart for 200 for assault and battery and the otlier is by rumored there that the Carlists Win Lacy vs J J Stuart for have risen at Baco De Valdeorras breach of contract for the same and the local authorities are una ¬ amount ble to cope with them The plaintiffs are colored and A Decline in Gasoline Mr Stuart the defendant in both is a prominent farmer of cases A representative of of the Stand ¬ The cases will not be con- ard Oil Company was in the city to ¬ Casky V cluded to day day and announced a reduction of H cent in the price of gasoline the Prince of Wales Hurt present price being 6 cents in 100 London July 19 The Prnce of gallon tanks Other products of Wales was injured yesterday by the company have also declined missing his footing and falling- upon Pelayo Was Disabled the staircase of the country seat of de Rothschild Waddeston Special Baron Marseilles July 19 Manor Aylesbury where he is a A steamer arriving lastevening mest He struck his knee cap reports that it sighted Camaras against the edge of the chair and lleet off Tunis July 10 The Pelayo received a painful fracture- had evidently had an accident as she was being towed Due to Accidental Causes Pompton N J July J9 Infant Found Dead In Bed Spe The coroners inquest at the cial An eight months old son of J B powder mill explosion has decided Cravens of Julien was found dead that the explosion that killed 11 In bed this morning Its death is men was due to accidental causes supposed to have been caused from heart disease The remains will The Wtckliffc Yoeman Bays Jack be interred tomorrow morning at Rich was adjudged a lunatic by a the Wm Cravens burying ground jury at the court house here latt near Julien Saturday and was taken tq the Scljlcy has proved himself a true Hopkinsville asylum by IJal Gee friend of thi Cuban junk dealer nod John Rich n Washington July 19 Specials Col Hecker in charge of the transportation of troops for the Wat Department went to New York to- ¬ day to open bids to morrow for the transportation of Torais troops to Spain The army surgeons have been ordered to secure the discharge of all volunteers not fitted for military service Information has been re- ceiVed that many men not physical- ¬ ly qualified have entered the service -- J N ails To day Some Troops Now EnRoute 4 and Others Ready to Go Special It was stated this morning that by the end of the week a part of the invading army will reach Porto Rico Sampson will have charge of the naval operations The plan of attack is understood to be first of all a general block- ¬ ade of the entire island Miles did not leave Siboney yesterday as he did not receive orders He will leave as soon as possible probably to day Washington July 19 The Irene Shot At Refused to Stop When Ordered London July 19 A dispatch to the Daily Mail from Special Hong Kong states on the authority of Mr Wildman the American con- ¬ sul that as the German warship Irene was passing Mariveles the other day the United States dispatch boat Hugh McCulloch was sent by Ad ¬ miral Dewey to ask her to stop The Irene refused to comply with the - ¬ ¬ requestrwhercuppn a shell wasfired at her- - and a boat - Av assentta watch her Admiral Diedrichs protested against this action and insisted that the German ships were entitled to enter the harbor without be ing searched Admiral Dewey however declined to recognize such a right It is reported that Admiral Diedrichs asked Capt Chichester of the British warship Immortalite what he would do if the Ger- ¬ mans interfered with an American bombardment of Manila Capt Chichester replied that only Admjral Dewey and himself knew what action he would take -- - The Antonio Lopez Destroyed Spain Already looking For Watson Madrid July 15 Special The Marine commandant at San Juan Rico has cabled Correa Minister of War that an American crui- ¬ Porto ser fired upon and burned the Spanish trans Atlantic line steamer An- ¬ tonio Lopez - i - The Impartial attacks President McKinley for refusing concessions to Gen Toral Says he is more rapacious than his own geuerals The belief is very general that Watson sailed some days ago and is liable to appear anywhere at any time Coast Towns Want Peace And They Want it Quick Special The President of the Madrid chamber commerce has received 25 declarations in favor of peace from the cham ¬ bers of commerce representing the coast district None of the inland cities declare either way Madrid July 19 ¬ Hot After lanzanillo Several Gunboats Stranded - A special dispatch from Havana Special London July 19 dated Monday says Seven American warships heavily bombarded Manzanillo this morning Three steamers pf the Mendez Line were set on fire Several gunboats that were in the harbor issued forth to defend the town but were stranded The result of the bombardment is not yet known here t iv Special tA Journal dispatch from Playa New York July 19 del ISste says All of the American transport ships which have been at Aquadores t i i Baiquiriaud elsewhere along theoast passed MorroCastle and entered the harbor at Santiago this aftornpbn Twenty of them were unable to pass the wrecjc of the Merrimac and it may he nccessfiry to blpw up the Merrimac to lei tiem Qut alter loading i 4- - V-if- - rt 999ESS Zhc SDail ftentucktan o the Publ shed eTery orcnlng except Sunday by DelNcred by carrier to alt part 10 CBXTS TXK WEEK CAS t XXACXAX 313 O Stain PRISONERS KILLED Alassscrc of Unarmed Spaniards WILLiAi jbisoi dty ai REAL 21 And tlicKev MAt1kttvA FOR Tlae BZentuckimi 1 Year Sewing Machine ONLY- - Wff BgJ55giKiagflMBtffeBgjaBlMWl 21 i ThatOtisht to Fm Month in Advance 35 Be In Pbb 8 Months in Advance 100 color- ¬ Ter Week Peh Year in Advance 10 4 00 J vcsiigaled ESTATE AGENT idem lir arm Sewing Machine If 4 m f W It K fc tfMtjf 1 JM m m ABSTRACTS OF TITLE MADE With Mil tho latest im Gen John S Williams ex United provomeute Senator and a distinguished sol- ¬ Restless From Being Packed Like terday Clarence Vinegar a Money loaned at 6 per cent ed wife murderer was executed at dier in both the Mexican and civil Sardines in a Box They Were on first class real estate for wars died at his home near Mt Tho boBt Mucliino for it sunriscfi He died game a Down for moving a term of 5 years lean mouuy over manufner Shot Sterling Sunday morning after ureu Gen Williams It hafiieen decided to retain Gen lingering illness Wo have for salo somo of tho be Shatter s brigade at Santiagoindef lacked but a few days of being building IoIb in tho city and on tornje initcly although Gen Shatter him ¬ eighty years of age Gen Williams The following dispatcb irom to suit purchasers Prices rangiug Light running noiBeloes self will return home as soon as he was born July 19 1S18 near Mt Portsmouth N H sent out July from 520 to 3000 They are located Bimple durable After graduating from 15 gives the horrible details of the in nerly overv part of tho city We Sterling can beirelieved college he took up the law at Paris massacre of Spanish prisoners in also havo for salo farms in this and Every Machine nrnrrantnd 3 I Americans at Tampa will present Ky and practiced at the bar until mid ocean by Massachusetts sol- ¬ adjoining counties lOyenrs These farms are ¬ Admiral Cervcra with a home on his marriage to Miss Mary Harri- diers owned by parlios who wish to sell son when he removed to Clark With 100S Spanish prisoners oh Below is a partial list of them Bay if he will accept u in Tampa A SH0 Alnchiuo for for 21 recognition of his chivalrous treat ¬ county and engaged in farming board many of whom arc seriously nml freight prepaid A Fine Farm near Kennedy At the outbreak of the Mexican sick the auxiliary cruiser Harvard ment of Hobbon and his men war he raised the Clark Independ- ¬ came into Portsmouth Harbor this Well improved good laud well wa Cuhh must accompany a Sylvester Scovel the New York ent Rifles of which he was Cap- ¬ morning at 630 tered and timbered ISO ncre orderH Journals correspondent is said to tain and Roger Hanson Lieuten- ¬ Six of the prisoners from Cerveras S100 Prico On the bloody field of battle fleet paid the penalty of disobedi- ¬ have insulted Gen Shafter at a ant A Farm of 350 acres on Butter- ¬ SPKCiriCATIONS when to keopilreu from getting on wheel Atlachn cut Arotho famous Johnsons set hnnnuet at Santiago where wine he won the name of Cerro Gordo ence of orders on the night of July The Hold Is Ave and one half Indie hljjh in a tin box and conMsts of tucker mfllor milk Road He 4 when they fell dead on the ships and eight and ono lmlf Inches long Inside four liommcra binder qullter foot hemmcr flowed pretty freely He has been the place where it was foujrht ns fplloruuder His deck after a volley sent among Two thirds in fine timber good im measurement ThlsUast IiIkIi be any family and oil two crewbraider and Hhecrer oil can rose to the rank of Colonel maohlno marloand must not placed under arrest unfounded and drivers six pancr with the medium or so called hji nrin ma of net dies thntnb screw guagobobbinsbook of and title of General was conferred in them by the boys of the Ninth Mass- ¬ provemonts well watered 8 milte ehlnes Tho bead plato xeU Into or lovel Willi directions the table from the city Big bargain Gen Will- ¬ achusetts who were on guard M Zola the great French novel- ¬ the Confederate service The Furniture Is well made pol Tho Needle la straiKhtirtelfactlng flat on ished and c epant In appearance highly these All 900 Prico his second trial for his iams served one term in the United one aideiand cannot be sotiwronj ist has had Twelve others were wounded all machines wlllbeecntout with oak furniture unless walnut in specified Each on the end The For the succession of them seriously and 10 of these Farm of 106 acres oiiBuller Road ihape Shuttle Isopcnsulf tlirpvilni cylindcr a lock to the drawers and cover machine has conduct in the Dreyfus matter and States Senate and absolutely nice nickel to pay 3000 he was defeated in a memorable were sent on board the hospital The Hearings Are nil steel well flttel and plate drop rlngn to all drawers All machines has been sentenced arc well packed and crated Three and one half miles from the adjustable Self thieadlng The machine francs fine and to be imprisoned a contest with Hon J C S Black- ¬ ship Solace before the Harvard left city well improved good orchard selfthrcad KKAD OOK GUAKANTKK Ing and no hole to put tho thread UirnJfth m irerreux recuivcu wc burn venr and never failing water In 1871 he married Mrs Siboney excent thoevo of the needle Th New Mathews Machine la warranted 10 me tcca i8poimw in action and has no puts from date of purchase and thirty days same sentence Henriette Hamilton nee Lindsey 750 springs to get out of order Four died on the voyage to this Price trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind tho U not given the machine may bo rchlpped to A fnrm of 20 acres on same rpad oobbln as smooth One daughter the issue of the first port and a fifth succumbed in the a4 on a spool of thread to us atour expense and money paid u The great Confederate re union marriage survives TheStltch la double lock Htitch The same will be lcfuuded promptlythr 8J miles from the city well improvShe is the first hour after the ships arrival on both sides and will not ravel Can be in Atlanta this week will attract wife of L Under thlsguarnntec you J H Holloway of The Harvard was crowded to ed A good poultry or market gar lengthened pr shortened from eight to thirty ever in purchasing New run no risk what ¬ don farm in good neighborhood the stitches to the Inch Mathews Machine of the old veterans to Clark county thousands His remains were suffocation with hercargo of human a flat sprlne tension and ad You have thirty days trial of It In jour own ThoTension Is Price 400 home and if for an v roaon you should wish justable to all sizes of thread from buried at Winchester Ky that city An excursion train to return the machine It may ee shipped Hand Wheel Is nlckle plated and has In fact it was necessary frieght us Farm of 75 acres on Greenville loose wheel attached to operate bobbin windera at our expense and the money win beto re- Louisville will take five hundred to carry a deck load running machine iuuuuu without Tho Movement Is tho celebrated eccentric Gen Duffield who has yellow and the number will be largely All communications Road On the promenade deck at the movements posltlvoin aetlon nnd fewer work Mathews Machine should regarding theto New be addressed aupmented bv towns alone the fever is getting better and is ex- ¬ any machine on near- ¬ Six miles from the city The very ing parts than Has large balance the market stern of the ship were massed Uhotaud wheel hangs CHAS M MEACHAM route pected to recover on two adjustable centers Thotroadle Inlaw The had been best place in tho neighborhood ly 300 prisoners hangs In cone centers and timber good water buildings orch- and be taken up astow under all lost motion can eivsh end nml Hopkinsville Ky there ever since July 4 and they ard and in a fine state of Editorial Associa- ¬ can be easily moved A nice dress guard over The National BASEBALL repair looked like sheep in a corral so tion will meet in Denver Colorado 650 Price i Description o the Improved New Alathews Machine SPECIAL thickly did they fill the space aft the first week in September and This machine is manufactured with tho view of supplying a long folt the high board partitions that A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 will make a tour of the State that want to wit A Modern High arm first class Sewiug Machine with alF late RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS GAMES marked the limit of their prison acres near Elmo will be one of the most delightful improvements and of first claas material and good workmanship including New York 5 Louisville 1 pen Twenty acreB of timber tho remain the beBt and latest Attachments at a reasonable prico A book trips the association has ever Boston 6 Pittsburg 2 f of instruc About 9 oclock on the night of ing in high state of cultivation All tions accompanies every machine The editors are already taken Brooklyn 7 St Louis 6 July 4 these 300 upper deckers be- ¬ the buildings in good condition planning to make a trip to Paris in In makiug your remittance we prefer postoQice money order registered Cleveland 2 Washington 2 came restless and began moving splendid neighborhood etter express money ordea or Now York Exchange Individual checks un i900 Price 2200 Baltimore 9 Chicago 3 about Part of the 50 men from less certified to will not bo received Cncinnati 5 Philadelphia 4 the Ninth Massachusetts who had 100 acres 5 Miles From City on The American troops are now been left the Harvard when their busy pitching their tents on the hill- ¬ RuSsellville Pike regiment landed to look after some and the Span- ¬ sides about Santiago HOW THEY STAND improved 15 acreB of timber stores were on guard that night Well church and school ish troops are mingling and hob ¬ Clubs near Won Lost PC the marine force on the ship nobbing with them in a perfectly free Cincinnati Price 658 as 1800 27 52 was not large and needed all the and easy manner TheCubans are Boston 636 49 28 rest they could get in view of the 136 acres on Ducker Mill road kept in the rear It does not take Cleveland 46 613 29 G5 acreB of bottom land 2 good PER YEAR duties before them soldiers of opposing armies long to Baltimore 45 609 29 houses 2 barns well watered 15 acres There were then no partitions to timber get on good terms after they quit Chicago 35 45 562 keep the prisoners within the space shootingf at each other 35 40 532 New York Price 1100 IIWIIIIHIMIIII JILiMCai allotted to them Whether they BBMOB 500 cash balance in one and 2 36 40 526 Pittsburg were trying to take advantage of years at 6 per cent Tho beat farm Hopkinsville boldiers at Philadelphia The 466 39 34 this fact by diverting the attention in the neighborhood Chickamauga will be sent to Porto Brooklyn 31 425 42 of the guard or not could not be told in- Rico and the movement towards Besides these we have other farms 397 31 47 Washington from their actions which seemed to for Bale and will take pleasure in Gen Louisville vasion has already begun ll 307 54 24 indicate that they wanted to get allowing any of them to parties wish Miles has left Cuba with four bat- ¬ St Louis 57 297 24 outside the limit of space set for ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab teries and a few seasoned troops stracta of title furnished all purclms is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these them and the soldiers at Charleston and ors Now is tho time to buy real SCHEDULEiFOR TO DAY days of yellow journalism On the hurricane deck above this estate They care little for truth VTampa are being loaded on trans- - Louisville at New York and a great deal for temporary sensation space is the ready ammunition ports The entire army of 40000 Chicago at Baltimore tracts of coal house where is kept a small supply of Three mines partially lands two k will be on the way within four days It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD the doveloppd Pittsburg at Boston of fixed ammunition for the guns on Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest qunl St Louis at Brooklyn The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability f the quarters There was a move- ity One tract contains GOO acres Ttf u Jiwu n uuw Cincinnati at Philadelphia ucu oiwuici uiuui It prints the news all the newsand tells the truth ment on part of some of the prison- ¬ one 175 ncres ono 65 ucrcs All when he agreed to send back to Cleveland at Washington milo Illinois Central It It about it if they were within ers toward the rail as Spain the 22000 Spanish prisoners Will sell at bargains and on easy about to climb toward the upper terras Here are fortunes for the It is the only American newspaper outside New York city 6oo Cases of Fever The surrendered at Santiago deck right men Santiago July 19 Special that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service arid its problem of caring for such a num- ¬ The men of the Ninth on guard ber of fever infected foreigners New cases of yellow fever continue For salo or exchange a good pay own staff correspondents and artists at the front in both ¬ naked and half starved would be to appear daily and fully 600 are shouted to them to stop The pris- ing hotel at the famouB Dawson hemispheres a more serious one than taking the now under treatment but the dis- ¬ oners may not have understood the Springs Will Bell at a bargain pr ¬ exchange It is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world for improved farming land In sending them ease is of a very mild form and the order but they could not have miscity of Santiago understood the tone For all they well located Its war news service is unapproachably the best home the best possible disposition physicians say it is now well in For sale a good first class board hand Only five deaths have occur- ¬ did not stop They moved toward was made of them Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier ing red up to to night the low mortality the rail and also toward the guard sell houso at Dawson Springs Will on cnBy terms or oxchanco for There was no more parleying We read the war news in the other papers The surrendered territory in Cu- ¬ being remarkable and most encour- ¬ The order to fire was given and good notes Tho owners- bUBinesp aging to Drs Guiteras and the compelH him to reside elsewhere ba is about five times as large as then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to instantly a volley came from the ri U0 aero ranch well improved near Christian county and the troops to other fever experts who had grave fles of the soldiers see how much of it is true San Diego Cal Will oxchnngo for be surrendered number about 22 fears when the disease first ap- ¬ Eighteen of their number lay on property in Christian county Ky 000 Of these only 7000 were in peared that the death rate would be Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received the deck which was running with by all postmasters 8l Address THE CHICAGO RECORD Santiago and 10000 are at interior very heavy William Robinson Agt Madison street Chicago blood where they fell towns under Gen Luque and other Fair Rough Riders Office Six of them did not move They Webber Street leaders The remainder are at Gu Perry K T July 19 Misb Liz were killed instantly The other antanamo and other coast towns Hopkinsville Ky zie Delisderner a Western Okla- ¬ 12 had gaping wounds in different IN Some of thee surrendered troops homa young lady who plays the parts of the bodies and the blood have not yet learned that they are role of cowboy prisoners of war and are having al- ¬ company of 40 has organized a gushed from these in rivulets that girls into a company dyed the bare feet of the living and most daily skirmishes with the Cu ¬ of Rough Riders i who she says saturated the clothing of the dead bans Gen Toral has sent men to can use a gun on foot or horseback There were a few minutes of ex-¬ notify them that they must lay as well as Roosevelts regiment citement many more of dowritheir arms hard work and Miss Delisderner will offer her for the surgeon and his assistants company to President McKinley Importer and Manufacturer of and in a short time six nieces of Commodore Schley entered the A tV canvas were being sewed up on the on a steam launch TIME TABLE Santiago harbor Shirt Sleeves Permissible ki M Monday morning and inspected the Toledo O July 19 The Colum- ¬ deck of the Harvard with a dead hTT defenses Subsequently the mines bus Hocking Valley and Toledo Spaniard and a grate bar in each No 831 No 803 No 87J Accui were exploded and further exami- ¬ Railroad Company has issued a The blue waters of Siboney soon Lv Hopkinsville dally dally Acom dally dally nations made and several small ves- ¬ new order countermanding a for- ¬ closed over the six dead men and LvHopklnvllleG60am 210pm 4 80pm in the harbor surrender- ¬ mer rule which did not allow male the incident was closed sels found 8 US am a 43pm G 48pni ArPrluceton Ar Henderson 700pm ed One of these the gunboat Al- ¬ passengers to occupy with their ArKvanvllle 800 pm 10 oo pin LouUvlllo at Jim Richardson Sick varez was at once put intouse with coats off seats in the ladies coaches Arladucah 1100am 6140 p HI 820 pm 818 a m the stars and stripes floating where Now the gentlemen passengers are Frankfort Ky July 19 Spec- ¬ Ar Memphis 8 soa m 7 1R p m Ar Mew Orleans No 365 No SOI No 3M been The permitted to sit in theirshirt sleeves ial the Spanish flag had Friends here have received ArHopklnavllle Acom dally Acom wreck of the Mercedes inside was if they want to and nobody dare wprd that Prison Commissioner dally dly a rvEvanvlllo 816am sunk to the upper deck and only say flcat Richardson is ill at his home in LvHenderuon 9 Mam -COOam 600pm Lvlriuwton one gun remained on it Morro Cas Glssgovv The Commissioner were AriiuKinaviiie r swtH U4Spm 1 JO H Bl iupiH Train Mrs Smythe of Nashville hat expected to meet here on Friday erfron No tm haa through ohalruar and nln aArcrc-VnjL-itle that was utterly demolished TENRrjfcMiJBJ i rrlixwiaa t Nw UI1HM VIK MMM rvfi An rlnuiliMiM a VttVIJf unci fsMttwl IIIUVilbMtM MM- - II iWrtf V tt1 nil a tiaff irk lint UWUt U f but it j not known when they will pma ttrs4 ia11ir M w Ir w m f V J IHJ iUUUU Ttw iu fa r m 11 T Tl It meet oWinjf to Richardson Ulnee injured MR F ML AwftlTtoW of- - Itoaldmvtik Ky it rife uMt Georgetown had a hanging yes- ¬ -1 J ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ The Daily Kentuckian 400 RELIABILITY ¬ ¬ ¬ - ESTABLISHED 1352 c RAILY SAttUEL HODGSON f ErtectiveDec 597 Marble Jrranite Monuments ETC A - 5w TAJBLDSiaES im 1 1 m n r- lr WW I lSSMSSBSkSb UtOU u i MMXii l ilJUSkLiJH ZiWLbm O ti wmmmmiJr4iim0UMm t M in lUun FINEST IN SOUTH k BLUCHERS LOVE OF GAMBLING How the King Cured 111m of tho Expos slvo Ilablt tV iTMuiiiimiiii miiiiiwtiimimiiininmAiimitnimiiin --- -1 mmm Naalivillcs New Louisville - Nashville Station- Bids Opened Yesterday For Build m In those wnr limos anecdotes oi great soldiers are being revived and many of these stories throw a sidelight on the private lives of men fainoua in the worlds history remarked a German American citizen of St Louis who wns once a sergeant in the German army Old Uncle Bluchdr or Bluechcr nstho Germans called him who saved the day nt Waterloo and TJrought about Hid defeat of the great Napo leon was a character and he was an inveterate gambler according to tlnj sioncs iianaeu aown in uve uerman Blucher was army said Mr Meyer a curious old fellow according to the army tradition Did you never heai the story of what he said about the officer accused of drinking Well orte fino day the colonel of a regiment went to Bluqher to complain about anothoi colonel who ho said was always drunk The great general opened a drawer and produced a notebook from which he read about the gallant conduct of the accused in certain des perate engagements Closing the book with a bang and throwing it oh the table he looked the accuser steadily in the face and said I wish to God sir that you would get drunk too Yes I know a somewhat similar story is told of President Lincoln in reference to Gen Grant continued Mr Meyer after being interrupted but tho German books published more than half a century ago tell that story about old man Blucher But Gen Bluchers own habits gave his friends much concern Blu cher like many prominent men of his time was a reckless gambler The Icing who was much attached to him had paid hie debts over and over again but it was no use The old marshal had gone through his wifes property as well as his own and his pay was al ways spent in advance Once he was fdead broke and had to go to the king I get you out of this scrape will you promise me not to gamble again said the king Blucher gftve the promise and added as the king gave him 100000 thalcrs I will go straight home to my wife and settle half of this money upon her so that I shall not be able to touch it and I will then pay up all my debts and never touch a card any more Blucher went home gave 50000 to his wife and after dinner sallied forth to pay his debts At midnight Bluchers wife was roused from her slumbers by one of her husbands staff officers who had been sent foi 25000 thalcrs Dear good man said the lady I know he would want it before morning so I have put up just that sum in a package for him Here it is and tell him to he careful about the cold air coming home and to muffle up well The officer departed only to return after a few hours for the rest of the money with the same success Blucher went home to breakfast in the morning having lost every penny of tho kings gift at play Again Blucher went to the king told him tho whole story and listened attentively to all the reproaches until his majesty said Uncle for ho al I ways called Blucher uncle thought you gave me your sacred word of honor that you would not plaj No sir an cards for monoy again swered Blucher I did not give my sacred word of honor Will you give it to me now asked the king Achl Mein Gott That is a hard thing to ask from Blucher replied the hero of Waterloo But after some gruin bling tho sacred promise was given and old Vorwarts stopped gam bling Stv Louis Globe Democrat ¬ ASTORIA lALULLLMUt ajgKi nlfTf I TTTTTOJ vy For Infants and Children i Ins iticriajnificcnt a Structure Bids were opened yesterday at Nashville for the new depot of the Louisville Nashville railroad at that place Contracts for the con- ¬ struction will be let When com- ¬ pleted the station will be the hand ¬ somest in the South Without the real estate which is very valuable the cost will be 100000 TMie station will be located on Walnut street and New South Kaync avenue south of Broad Nash- ¬ street The Louisville ville Terminal Company has been working on the plans for some time The plans include n depot building and baggage room with a train shed of 200 feet clear space a total width of 240 feet and a length of 500 feet It will have three through tracks and six stub end tracks The station will be used by the L N and the Naslnille Chattan- nooga and St Louis railroad The building will be most attrac- ¬ tive The main entrance will front which will include on a viaduct Broad street In the center over the entrance will rise a tower 220 feet high The height of the build- ¬ ing to the eaves will be sixty feet nine inches Three vestibules will lead to the general waiting room which will be 100 feet deep and 50 feet wide The ladies waiting room will be 44 by 39 feet All neces- ¬ sary offices will be provided The plans are elaborate A year or more will be required for the con- ¬ struction It has not yet been de- ¬ cided whether the edifice will be built of solid stone or brick with stone trimmings plans for both have been received The size of the depot is being graded Hopkinsville Produce flarket Cash prices paid merchants Bacon lama country Shoulders Sides by Hopkiusvilli CA5IUKIA ii The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of niiHiiiiiiiniiiiinL MiimHhIimi iIumhIiI ii nrtrm AvfoctaMcPrcparationfor As similating utfToodandlicgula linr 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Ken ¬ tucky u a a 1 1 ¬ OFtAYSOiy Ciinn- - UP I EbIhi This famous Kentucky SUMMER RESORT h now open for guests under NEW MANAGEMENT A practical hotelmnn 1ms been selected to direct affairs Special at tention given to tho cuisine Many improvements have been mado in the hotel and surroundings Hotel rates reasonable A pleasant timo in store for you Roouib bright and woll ventilated A splendid bund of music in attendance Grand Ball Every Friday Niglit During tlie Season 810e 1 1 E kH Lard Country Produce VN 57c 67c 7c ADDRESS rJ rjco jKIIWfllltlIIW --T l Butter EjjgB Now feathers 1215o 2528i 1821e 2k- lb- V ¬ c liip s x O-ra37-0- ri vyo tJj minim fvew lni l TnlN imiKiiMiilr Springs cr i vw S 37- wtfinrTrrTirii frn r MnnMiiriMf warifcMMM mw Wiww Beeswax I allow G inscng pur Honey 222 8c 7 25t A Treat Tub wnf ho I wool T Groacd Poultry uhickeno live Jvoostors Y Daily deliyo ed In the city 10 Gts Per Week mltl wmwirT BIT GimlHl I y 1318c SO ¬ pr diZlr0l An 2c S3 J rain ¬ Clpvor per bushel Corn Wheat- - Com shelled Live stock vrf 4ric G7c Boys In Camp For the Prom home is when they got that blessed pie from mother or a bottle of our Puie Old Whisky from any of their brothers or friends who value their health No one should travel away from home without a bottle of our J mBannn mmmwuHr mi jriwi itnckl n 212 S Main 2 Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL i 50c logs SSV25 Sheep S2508 00 S2B08 50 Cattle Calves 30032 Lambs 1004 2B Hides and FurH Green hIdon 67e 7 Jo Greon saltod hidoH Dry fliut V10l2o Vegotablcs IfW 75c New potatoes per huHlnfl Cabbage per head 3Bc rWatormolous- ¬ A PRINCES DISOBEDIENCE Daily One Month Daily Three Months Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition 1 05 lOO Son of the Late Russian Emperor Who Refused to Obey an Order Pure Boufbpn or Tennessee Whiskey Or our Apple or Peach Brahdy At this season of the year is essential that you keep in a convenient place at home a bottle of our Whiskey Brandy or Blackberry Cordial 400 yr 200 The third son of tho Russian em- ¬ peror while in tho naval service was holding the rank of midshipman when Florida Flour Kotnil Hay Clover por cwt Good Timothy Bran retail Toinntoos Fancy por doz Choico pur doz Green Corn Fancy doz ears Choice doz ears t 258i3o 5 125 3 75 If Patont per bbl f Stamford per bbl i J5o V70o i2Jg 20c 10c 10c 8o M- t Lf s ti w fqldior l lur u uu ihuui -- r fi i t y5r couniy was one ouno Drove Ul boys who tollV Snntiugo UiB III ktin triu uijupuvur iiq yjwy mo ro kjui jmm brought homo for burial i TaAiH1 n ny M fiimna f u ui rl 1 l v VV Jpha l4iwh u diat j j lor t Olqvf vyentCMtt rort mid landed iii Mjww to ty8 business nod to tto ooestioiV tiiaanmapYip jr tproptfei UjUm a spree the flagship on which he was serving was wrecked on the cost of Denmark Tho admirarordered tho lifeboats to bo lowered and directed Michael to take charge of the first one The royal midshipman declined to obey I am your commanding officer and I order you into tho boat cried the admiral I cannot oboy you returned tho prince It would not become tho son of the omperorto be first to lcavo the ship I shall romain with you till the last But I shall put you under arrest1 iur aisoocuienco as soon us circum stances will allow me I mean no disobedience but I can- not ohcy persisted Michael JUG AND KEG TRADE A SPECHAETY Then as soon os temporary shelter was obtained tho rigid discipline of M F SHRYER naval life was resumed and tho young T O HANBERY was placed under arrest for Srinco to orders Tho Russian minister at Copenhagen being at qnco informed of tho facts telegraphed HANBERY SHRYER PropVs them to the emperor and received this reply Railroad Stfel3tweo Tenth HOPKINSVILE KY I approve tho act of tho admiral ¬ for placing tho midshipman under ar CHrotul rtttontion lyen to wimpling nnd koIHiijj nil tobacco conHinp rest for disobeying orders and I bless ind kiss mySQU fQrdiBRbpyJngJtJjiniM 0 us Liberal h1vhiicoh on tobacco in store All tobacco insured - unlef oUiwwj Iiwtuotdtl ftturdtfy Evonmg Post The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pajes are illustrated with the hftsl L niinros in ht nhf fiirpl w o S OR Wines are the best UR Whiskies the purest Subscribe Now And Get The News bend in your subscription by mail CU at the office in the Ken- tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 1 ¬ Royal Liquor Co r J Samuel Co Props y Address ML PEOPLES WAREHOUSE 9 Ghas Meacliam Publisher J HOPKINSVILE KY vlfrSfrS r HIIC V fetll Vrfi yr x vl itfri t gull iivy lUtES LAID DOWN 13 INTERESTING RELIC ELEGANT RECEPTION at BOUGHT IT OF A TRAMP Bill 5ftarbcr Cleared of the Charge of Stealing THIS WEEK n jMjiuiLix i j ijm jj gaeBeewBg i The Superintendent Prepares Rules for the Teachers A Rusty Old Sword That Was Such Was the Entertainment Used at Quebec MrsWirfields Crofton Ky July 19 Special Bill Sharber col was tried here yesterday evening before Esquire We will continue our ONE FOURTH OFF i i H C Helsley and Judge John H The Institute Must be Attended Carried by an American Officer Last Night In Honor of Her Myers for stealing John Wicks K r 4 overcoat last November but was Who Followed Gen Charmlner Youne Ladv s i V by AH Teachers With acquitted Sharber proved that he Wolfe f Visitors Certificates J lf bought the coat from i a tramp Mr Wicks recovered his coat Corre- ¬ July 19 Cadiz Ky PERSONAL QOSSIP The reception at Mrs A Gi War MIbb McDaniel County Superin- ¬ As anything thatper fields last night was a very bril- ¬ spondence tendent makes the following- an ¬ tains to war seems to be of special nouncement concerning- the ap interest to the reading public now liant and successful affair through- ¬ Mr E E Wash ot Wallotna is proaching meeting- of the Teachers perhaps it would not be out the out It was given in honor of Miss- ¬ here to day es Susie Warfield Laura West and Esq H B Clark of Graccy is Institute line of general interest to mention Martha Bowling all of Clarksville ¬ here to day 1 Teachers to whom work is as an old war relic that I have It is signed will be depended upon lor a an old sword that was carried by More than one hundred invitations Miss Bessie Russell has returned well prepared paper or discussion my great grand father Alexander were issued These young ladies from a visit to Elkton charming representatives of the ofihcme assigned Mrs Richard Leavell of Long Fraser in the war between France beauty of our sister city assisted 2 The fee will be 125 and England or what is commonly Mrs Warfield in doing the honors view is in the city 3 Teachers are urged to bring known as the French and Indian of Hoivell is in Mr L M trustees patrons and pupils with war and with which he scaled the The handsome parlors were the city on Cayce business beautifully decorated with palms them Hights of Abraham with Gen Wolfe ferns and flowers American beauty Mr L W Gaines editor of the requested to in 4 Teachers are that memorable battle of Quebec roses being conspicuous among the Elkton Progress is in the city ¬ arrange to remain in town on Tues which was foujrht on the 13th of Max Myers and sou Willie Mey- ¬ day and Thursday nights if not September 1759 between Generals floral decorations Music was rendered durincr the ers went to Crofton to day on busi possible to stay every night and Wolfe nnd Montcalm evening by Wards stringband ness to have as many patrons and pu ¬ The blade of the sword is now Little Misses Mary Anderson and Mr Geo E Gary returned last with them Please pils as possible 30 inches long and is straight It Dora Warfield presided at the night from a flying visit to Bowling remember this of a frappe boards in white organdies 5 Every teacher is requested to is ornamented with the picture Green bring a good note took and be pre- ¬ fox engraved on either side near The young ladies in whose honor Mr J C Long of Cedar Hill 6 inches the reception was given were attir ¬ pared for taking in a systematic the hilt the hill is about Tenn attended the tobacco sales long with a common steel guard ed in beautiful white biue and yel- ¬ manner outlines and notes of the here to day on many items all over the store In nearly every instance the The sword was originally much low organdies with diamond orna various lectures and papers Mr J D Coleman merchant at longer than it is now and had a ments 6 day Be on time every special cuts as advertised will hold for this week ¬ very large ana elaborately iinisneu The young- g entlemen present Bell Ky is here to day on busi especially Monday ness 7 Arrange your affairs so you steel guard on the hilt which com- ¬ were in full dress evening suits Miss Sadie Mason and her guest Misses Ritchie Burnett and Hat can remain on Friday afternoon pletely protected the hand from any i blow of the enemy But some time tie Long also assisted in receiving Miss Wheless are in the city to im until all the work is completed The refreshments were elegant day 8 Bring a copy of Grays Ele- ¬ prior to the late civil war my father Judge A H Anderson went to gy Hamlet and Henry VIII with loaned it to a gentleman who was consisting of ices cakes and other Captain of a company of militia or delicious edibles The - evening Slaughtersville this morning on you to the Institute 9 Institute opens at 830 and home guards as I belive they were was greatly enjoyed by all who business j then called and he had it cut off were so fortunate as to be present closes at 430 Mrs Nora Wilkius and two chil- ¬ ii 10 Carefully prepare and bring and the present handle put on it as no lady in the city understands dren left this morning for White before the institute that subject in There is no scabbard with it and better the art of entertaining than Plains on a visit to relatives which you must need help or that the blade not having been very the popular hostess S Chambers of Mrs Chas item in which you feel that you are well protected is somewhat rusted TO DAYS MARKtT REPORT Charleston Illinois is visiting her Jtieretoiore it has not been appre- ¬ most deficient Mrs R F West on Virgin- ¬ 11 Remember that the institute ciated as highly perhaps as it Corrected Dully My Iton Itaivllim Hunk r sister ia street mid Broker Hopklnnvlllo lly is yours Give it your best thought should have been but now since Mrs Emily Bobb and her daughwraTmiwwriiBw and effort Bear in mind that the the tocsin of war has again sound- ¬ Chicago Market ter Miss Emily of Houston Texas nor ed in our land and the heart of institute is neither the place Opg Higt Closing are the guests of Esq Alex Camp- ¬ vthe time for personalities or trifles every true American is stirred with Cash Wheat 75 of patriotism bells family on North Main the old 12 Let every teacher resolve a feeling 68 Sept Wheat 67 68 ¬ Mrs Bowman and two daughters that at this institute he will do at blade which once helped to deHopkitisiiiUe Kentucky 68fV 68 Miss Florence and Miss Jessie who least some one thing in a better fend our beloved country against a Dec Wheat 34 Tlireo Collegiate Coiireca Preparatory Course Muhic and Elocutiou manner than any one else can do it foreign foe is very highly prized Sept Corn have been at Dawson for several taught by cooBervatory teachers Collego Orchestra of ten pieces Strict and if circumstances would permit Dec Corn weeks returned home this afternoon Strive to excel in something make diBcipiiuo and milch personal attention Separate departments for maies 19 vlj 19tf a record for one good thing if no I dont know that I would have any Sept Oats 9 87 Circle Meeting and femaleB Sept Pork 10 07a 10 10 very serious objections to hacking more 5 67 Sept Lard 5 67 5 62 Total department enrollment last year 270 The seventh circle of Bethel As- ¬ 13 Every person holding a cer- ¬ a few Spaniards with it myself 5 77 5 77 5 67 Sept Ribs Individual onrolluient Yours Respectfully 87 sociation will meet with Concord tificate to teach in the county and C B Fraser Sept wheat puts 67 two and a half miles North- ¬ calls 697 church S S WOOLWINE Supt Girls Department every one who contemplates apply ¬ A OKUYKENJJALL Supt BoyV Department New York Stocks mid Cotton east of Hopkinsville on July 30th at the August ing for a certificate ALL WANT TO GO Opff Higt Closing and 31st examination must attend the full 6 00 On Friday night before this meet ¬ Aug Cotton 6 00 5j98 session of the institute See Section L 18 1 18 Qo Am Tob 1 18 ing Rev J N Hall of Fulton Ky Kentucky Troops Are Sure to 140 Kentucky School Laws 98 Chicago Gas 98 will preach at Concord and will be 97 Katie McDanikl to the Front 1 05 Q C B at the meeting the following day 05X 104 N 52 L 51 Saturday and probably preach at 52X J B Foley 6z Company Chickamauga National Military Manhattan 1 04 05 eleven oclock 1 04 have jest received a car load of fine Park Ga July 19 Speculation is Sugar 1 32 33 1 22X The following subjects will be dis vehicles of all kinds If you want rife throughout Camp Thomas as to Chicago IteceiptH TcmJiiv cussed a fine buggy give us a call We what regiments will go with Gen Wheat 1 Punctuality in church ser- ¬ 117 Cars are prepared to show you the finest Brooke to Porto Rico There is Corn vice Rev C H Nash and Albert 452 Cars styles in the city We have bug ¬ not a regiment m tne iiirst corps Oats 275 Cars Anderson blue but is expecting to form a part of Hogs gies painted white gold 2 Church etiquette T C Han 20000 Head green and in fact every color that the Porto Rican force and many of bery and Frank Wilkins llog Market is used in carriage painting them are buoyed by a feeling that Hogs 3 Why is there not more being 20000 0day Our white buggy with mahogany they are sure to be included in the done to give the gospel to all the Hogs To morrow 30000 body and rubber tires cant be sur- ¬ order Light 405 world Rev J H Coleman and R passed In the event there arenochanges Mixed 410 R Donaldson Our canaries with blue bodies the regiments likely to be included 4 The work of the layman in Rough 390 and maroon trimmings also are are as follows the church Rev U A Ransom Heavy 415 We take the liber- ¬ very beautiful and Wm C Davis First Division The brigade now ty to say with 15 years experience Satisfactory Sales 5 Mexico as a mission field in some of the finest factories in the at Charleston consisting of the Sec- ¬ The sales of tobacco to day were Dr B F Eager country enables us to know a good ond and Third Wisconsin and rather larger than those of the same 6 Cuba as a mission field job with good style and we know the Sixteenth Pennsylvania the day last week Offerings Ladies real lisle fast black seamless Iiosc double sole Judge J T Hanbery amounted Fourth Penn- ¬ we canjplease any one in anything Third Illinois high spliced heel exfra durable to about one hundred hogsheads 7 Women as christian workers in the vehicle line that can be sylvania Fourth Ohio First and and there were a very few rejec- ¬ Rev P A Thomas and D J Third Kentucky Fifth Illinois Ladies super maco imported drop stitch hose Ilermsdorf dye pleased tions Only common leaf and lugs McCord We have over forty jobs in stock Thirty first Michigan OneHundred were sold and prices were good fine silk finish double sole and heel highest ex- 8 for Sermon at 3 oclock Saturday Indiana First these grades The sales and need room and must have it and Sixtieth cellencc in material and manufacture CXOJ by Rev Alex McCord Georgia Sixth Ohio One Hundred We are looking for more work and will be much larger probably 9 Sunday at ten oclock Our have no place to put it Come and and Fifty eighth Indiana First reaching four hundred hogsheads Orphans Home Bailey Waller and Ladies beautiful imported lisle hose supreme quality West Virgiania Second Ohio First see us We will treat you right ex IIra sliced heel double sole new style drop stitch Pennsylvania Fourteenth Minne- ¬ There is an active demand for fine B C Foster Co J B Foley goods and whenever sach grades 10 Sermon at eleven oclock sota No 108 Main St make their appearance upon the Sunday Rev N M Carlisle Ladies fast black and fast tan seamless hose QQ Hopkinsville Ky market high prices are realized Fine Wheat Yield Everybody invited to attend dinuer Saturday at the church Mr O G Wood of the Old Bain- - Protracted Meeting In Progress Pullman Porter Found Dead Mens fast black and fast fan fine gauge seamless socks Wm C Davis Secy bridge neighborhood reports the A protracted meeting has been Ed Walker col formerly of this best yield of wheat so far heard in progress Esq Clarks Meeting city was found dead in a Pullman near Bainbridge for a Mens fine muslin hemstitched handkerchiefs in great from in the county On twenty week and will probably continue Rev William McCord will com ¬ car at Kansas City He had been two acres of variety of beautiful pattern borders 7 ground the general for another week The in the service of the Pullman Palace meeting is mence a series of meetings at the average was 24 bushels per acre being conducted by Rev J B residence of Esq H B Clark near Anotiier snipment of those splendid bleached vests Car Company as porter for ten Of this six i acres of tobacco land Butler in a large barn belonging to Gracey August 7 The yard will years and had just returned from a produced 245 M for ladies with taped neck and arms -bushels Mr Wood Mr Lucian P Pool be fitted up with good scats and long Western run a few hours be- ¬ Services are v raises what is known as the Har ¬ held both morning fore he was found dead and evening and services will be held in the open lu vest King variety of wheat He very large crowds attend each ajr The meeting is expected to An inquest was held and the has already had numerous applica ¬ service Coronor pronounced heart disease Considerable interest is continue for a week tions from his neighbors for seed being taken in the meeting the cause of death Walker was wheat and he will probably dispose Remember the flalne aboivt forty years old and left this of his surplus in this manner Five Soldiers Discharged lv Place to get your fine Merchant tu ftfv fnr th Wpaf nhnnf fiffpen venrs V K Five members of Co E in which Tailoring is by Fowright Pants The body arrived here this if airo Gamble Brasher the Hopkinsville boys were enlisted made for 3 5 7 and Suits14 morning and was buried in the 1520 West 7th street opposite Mr Volney Gamble and Miss were discharged last week having New Era office Gainesville burying ground this Linnie E Brasher will be married been prpnounced consumptivei afternoon to morrow evening at 3 oclock at jci For RKNT rThree room resi ¬ They were granger to illopkini dlWA 9tt dence with larg ball on Went 17th the brides home near Crofton ville A nwmber of Co in MLlL --30 HMd vounr cattle and fine Kev G W DavU will offciite II was also St God water ai8hHre4 far Jwnacy P kt W W Wax Ife fesMfc 9 W A Ward - JH BgEHI MfifB - Great Bargain Opportunities For This Weekl wmk shmMm ¬ I South Kentucky College 3434 I I SPECIAL Hosiery Of feritig SALE TO DAY V LJJ Qn GKr Kp dxOJ QQ Qn jI lAn X0 III L - SgHL m iL y - ii 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