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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rTc tv t rbt ttUttkhil 10 Cts a Week P- - llE VOI 1 NO 72 I IStltf rrr Pkv m JV EtttttCHIfflXOl aac ii iTtiT UVE NBWS r r- Jnhn EWI FUl Wc Set The Pace HOPKINSVILLE KY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON JULY 20 1898 PRICE 2 GENTS Rioting In Porto Rico FEVER AT TAMPA the Camp ii V BAD CUBANS They Want ing and Killing Garcia and Gomez Cotifer- rtiig and May Cause Trouble has established a thorough system of patrolling the city A number of Cubans entered disguised as refugees tried to provoke Spaniards into street riots and were arrested wherever de- ¬ Chicago July 20 Special A Record special from Santiago says Gen McKibben ¬ One Party Favors Miles ilaste New York July in Breaking Up to Go to Loot- ¬ Three Gunboats Sunk I Thomas special to the Jour- ¬ There Explained nal says serious riots occurred at Maya Gucsc Porto Rico last Sunday Spanish residents declared they intended to aid Gen Miles invading ftirmy This started the riots Nine were killed and a score or more Troops Not Sent to Porto Rico r Bit Wounded some of whom wijl die Will Be Withdrawn To A St 2PSpecial -- 1 Other Points Washington July 20 Special A part of the transports have left Tampa for Porto Rico and the The Hornet and Wampatuck aux remaining troops Special jUKcy West July 20 will at onc6 be re- ¬ iliary gunboats cut the new cable forty miles northeast of Cape Cruiz moved to Ferdinanda as the de- ¬ on July 11 It was laid to Jamaica six weeks ago and was the last con- - partment has indisputable informa- ¬ aA tion that yellow fever has broken nection octwecn uuoa anu xnc ouisiuu worm MAY BE SAVED The Wampatuck and Hornet sank three Spanish gunboats at night out there The camp at Tampa will have two weeks ajj o near the Isle of Pines The Americans were not struck to be broken up at once said my The Spaniards were destroyed The details have not been received informant Some of the Sunken Spanish The transports had to sail in Warships order to get to sea before fever Carolina Moonshiner Makes broke out among the troops in them Yellow fever cannot thrive at sea 1 if the fires are banked and the A Deadly Kind of Whisky All But the Oquendo Were By the Hornet and Wampatuck 1 Pound i n a Hopeful sails spread Condition tected Garcia has left the camp of the Cuban army North of the city and started Westward with a detachment of troops to confer with G en G omez The Volunteers in the Spanish army who are residents of Cuba are growing restless believing they are to be sent out of the island and they may cause trouble G en though not likely that the Second Kentucky will not Norfolk Va July 20 Special be included in the Porto Rican ex- ¬ Capt Sharp in charge of the pedition Gen Brooke wanted to take the full First Army Corps in wrecking steamer Merritt writes Invade Spain Wants the expedition but owing to the that he hopes to raise the Cristo- fact that yellow fever had broken bal Colon the Vizcaya and the out in Tampa which forces the de- ¬ Miles Asks For Land Force partment to take more troops from Maria Teresa He fears the Ad- mirante Oquendo is lost and a hope- point Gen Brooke has been A Journal Washington special says that Special New York July 20 limited to one division of his corps less wreck Gen Miles is urging the President and the war board to allow him to The First and Third Kentucky Soldiers Start From Charleston lead an army of invasion into Spain after the conquest of Porty Rico are in the Third Regiment of the Spec- ¬ The President told him to take Porto Rico first and then he might con- ¬ First Division and if the division Charleston SrC July20 remains as now organized both will Orders have been issued for sider the proposition ial go to Porto Rico But Gen Brooke has been given plenary power to A PORTION OF THE NORTH COAST OF CUBA rearrange his command to suit him- ¬ A private in the First North Special Chickamauga July 20 Corolina regiment tried to make whisky and is under arrest One soldier jsdead and three seriously ill from drinking the mixture It was made jWiith alcohol wood ashes pepper coloring matter and other ingredients He called it whisky but the name is unknown Upon receipt of the news orders were sent for ten transports td sail at once It is possible to a - self Slightest Talk v Yet Spain Getting Anxious for Peace - It is barely possible that should he decide upon a rearrangement that only Col Castlemans regiment will be included in the invading army of Porto Rico The President said this morning to some Senators who called on him that he had received no peace sug- ¬ in The cabinet was in session for sever- ¬ Special Madrid July 20 al hours last night and while the ministers refused to talk concerning what transpired at the meeting- it is known positively that the council decided unanimously to seek peace ¬ The responsibility for capitulation is left entirely with Captain General Blanco and General Toral After the session Prime Minister Sagasta and the foreign minister remained in conference for some time It is significant that the censorship raised no objection to the dis patch announcing- that the cabinet had decided to seek peace Ik r zrjmmmtit tn m in TTHfrr mGlMO w CttCOS rni MHwunifMiin gestions and did not expect any He said moreover that he did not expect the war to end now without a campaign in the Havana province THE CAPTURED RIFLES si Jsp ft k a i v i on w tSl A United Squadron Patrolling Alaskan Waters VicrjavB C July 20 Special In view of persistent rumors that a Spanish vessel Js on the lookout fbr treasure ships it has been decided to have the British warships Icarus Pheasant and Amphion They are expected to be joined by the patrol the northern passage American gunboat Bennington Steamers Hunting Cover Spain Knows Our Price A Gibraltar dispatch says the Span ¬ Special ¬ ish transatlantic line fearing Watsons fleet is distributing its steam ers among foreign ports Three of its steamers arrived here to day British Ambassador Wolff at Madrid has been fully informed of the terms on which the United States government is ready to make peace London July 20 4 - Cubans Want to Kill We May Have to Take Them in Hand An army officer of wide exper- ¬ Special Norfolk Va July 20 ience jvjth Cubans last night predicted that within two weeks we will be lighting Cubans The latter are dissatisfied with the methods of the Americans and want to kill thq prisoners Will Extend the Blockade it To the Entire Island f jt - t OQn I proclamation will be issued exfeBtmftr the h1rtrkaVlinSvL vmfinod In iho nnrt of San- Juan to the -w Tiw wu utu rp gojud Un o porj be preliminary to the btbt of aud 204 A W WathJnyfay July Tpecial - T -- -- mily nrJ oWfcdrtoic0 1bJU i- - Washington July 20 Special The ordnance bureau is busy j a i tl Vjy preparing to use the Mauser rilles I -- 7STW 5ji a SANTO-UON1N0 h 4o jj captured from the Spainards oA J H Probably the Mausers will be used S ISLAND t to replace the Springfields which F Hft G many of the volunteers are now OP POUTO IlICO AND OTnEH WEST INU1AN ISLANDS MAP SHOWING LOCATION equipped with Preparations are now being Dr Piner Will Preach the embarkation of the troops here made to embark the fifth expedition OUT OF THE SKY to the Philippines within four or Will probably leave late to day for At the State street Methodist five days Porto Rico church on the morning of July 24 i Information from San Francisco is Dr W K Piner of Ilopkinsville Wants Railroad Hands that the equipment of the expedi ¬ formerly of this city says the Bow- ¬ Came a Vivid Flash of Deadly tion is progressing rapidly and the Leslie Waller who is superin- ¬ ling Green Democrat will preach troops are expected to be ready to on the L the commencement sermon of the tending a working force Lightning sail as early as the 25th The ships N Railroad at Benson Ky near Southern Normal School and Busi ¬ to carry the expedition are the Frankfort is in the city and wants ness College Pr Piner is a great 60 workmen to get out ballast for favorite in this city and a large A Storm at Noon and a Tree Scandia St Paul and Arizona the road He has already secured congregation will hear the sermon NO INFORMATION Struck Killing a 25 who will leave in the morning The school could make no better se- ¬ The pay is 125 a day and the lection and the pupils and all pres Cow Received Yet About Those Peace hands may be either white or black ent will be pleased with the sermon Propositions Jim Cook Growing Worse Escaped With Alorgan Shortly after noon to day a thun ¬ Mr James O Cook the popular Washington July 20 It was Special D re ¬ derstorm visited the city is very critically Hockersmith Captain L young druggist apcompanicd by lightning and Secretary Day saysnoofiicial infor- ¬ ¬ ill and the most serious apprehen turned yesterday from Scbree sion is felt by his parents and where lie has been with his family passed off with a smart shower of mation has been received up to upon regarding the report from rain He is prostrated by friends for a week or two camping He A large tree in the pasture of Madrid that the Spanish cabinet typhoid fever and has been grow ¬ M Brooks left this morning every day this1 week and T Mrs S A Means just north of have decided to sue for peace The ing worse for Atlanta where they go to at¬ town was struck by lightning A State Department denies a written His recovery is very doubtful tend the great Confederate reunion number of milk cows in the pasture disclaimer has been made by Ger ¬ Madisonvillii Hustler Tobacco a Little Higher were standing Under the tree at many of the acts of her Admiral in Capt Hockersmith is one of the the time and one of these to day Hhowed a decid- ¬ Tobacco a tine the Philippines edly upward tendency On some six officers who escaped with Gen thoroughbred Jersey owned by Mr The German Ambassador hqw grades the advance was hilly one John IT Morgan from the Ohio pen ¬ Geo M Steele was killed outright pver gave formal verbal assurances tent The sale was rather larger itentiary military prison following Several others were shocked but of the friendliness of his govern ¬ than usual for this seas6n of the the darjng raid into that State ment not killed year A number of planters from Mr Steeles cow was a very val- ¬ Dennis McNenlyJ col died near Miss Thacker Convalescent ojif of town were on hand uable one and was highly priced by Pon this morning of dropsy Jur JMiss Nellie Thacker daughter him It was being pastured in Deny the ever Report terment to morrow lie was about of Mr Geo W Thackor is recov Mrs Means field 70 years pld and left a wife Tampa July 20Special ering from a recent attnekof All of the soldiers at Tampa The report of yellow feycr her pr oid-malaria She was sick for numbering 13000 will go to Portd Sylvester Scovel is tp be ent three wKiH home for iutmUing Gen Shatter r hbre U absolutely false Rico Pv -- V Svv - Will Take the Place of the Old Springfields w wrw fV y J frSi t -- O priPPTO V i A n jsiih Vl SviHirti -- K1 fmn n i ¬ I II typh- 1 n w V i fHi n V 4 f J Jrt tiifea tt iaiai KB85C5-- tt t fcr r porters in Porter Wrcakcr Ever BALDHBADED CUIB since he jtouk hi first ride ou a sleeping car he said ond had been Ami the New aittthews Sewlttjgrftftftiine held up for u quarter for a five ctiint for a Delivered by carrier to Jill patU of the city ajt shine he had been thirsting Publibcd ervy evening except Sunday by ONLY Vice President Bassett IhIHc chance to get at porters of ever 10 0XJTT8 9MK WXSK 213 8 Mala CXAJf X XXAOXAX i kind and he was glad he could be ¬ Chair Pnunnnr amwicKiPTiow katxs inn gin on the Spanish article Hig h arm OGIYiHg UnnhIMID Modern fe 10 II 01 III 35 Per Week maul Col Bassett interrupted Col Wil ¬ Pm Mo is Advance 400 Pbr Yeaii in Advance 100 Pkr 9 Months in Advance you Dont liams at this point Six Artificial1 Baldheads Black- - know said thti Vice President With all the latest im- provenieutB DEMOCRATIC TICKET NATIVE KJBNTUCKIAN that yowjrwere not buiitvfer fight ¬ Attempt ton balledlln an r You might ing in hot countries Get In the Club FOR CONGRESS be used for ballast on some of ihe The beat Machine for the HENRY D ALLEN least money tjver manufact transports but you caat light OF UNION COUNTY ured you are too well fed You love to Tells Why Kentucky Soldiers the eat too well Ill bet foun dqJla s Love to Fight Spaniards bald- - you would turn up your nose a a Two of Fighting- - Bob Evans Light runnings noisoleps headed nice mule steak or horse reast Jike daughters are army nurses siliiplodurable club assem- ¬ f t have in Cuba You canJttat out- ¬ bled Satur- - theyCuban fare and you would be The captured Spaniards the Commodore Watson Has a Special Every Machine warranted v day night the number Shafters entire army worse than Gen Shafter when it 10 years hands of the came to making a forced march Grievance to Avenge In waterbury Gen Shafter weighs only 314 It is believed at Washington that i the Present War in Vice President Bassetts Germany has climbed down A 550Macbino for for 21 watch pounds and the first time he tried and freight prepaid vest pocket pointed to 1201 oclock to ride a horse made him sick and it sent Sylvester Scovel is to be or it might have been as late as he had to go to the rear and lie in a home for insulting Gen Shafter Dr Andrew Sargent and wife of 1202 Cash must accompany al Honkinsville Kv were fuess at The Vice President had been no- ¬ hammock with two Red Cross nur ¬ ordors ses fanning him all the time the bat- ¬ All of the soldiers at Tampa the Hutchins house yesterday says tified that it would devolve upon tle was on Do you soppose thegov to Porto numbering 13000 will go SIECl n cations wheel to keep dresi from getting on wheel the Houston Texas Daily Post him to call the meeting to order and Attaclii cnts Are the famous Johnsons set Rico Dr Sargent is one of the most the fact that he came in a minute ernment wants to send you to Porto Tliellcad Is five and ono hnU Inches Inch In a tin box and consists of tucker rufller nd eight and Inside Rico to be fanned by female measurement ont linlf IndiesnaIoiik family fiiurhemmers binder qulltrr foot hemmer prominent physicians in his State to nay This Is ai anil feller under Isaac Miller has been elected He and his wife are taking a vaca- ¬ or two late caused him begin the¬ nurses No sir your place is at machine made and munt high bo ooiifoundr d and oil two crewbraider nnd sheerer oil can not drivers lx paper or HO proceedings with a personal ex- home I am not talking tov offend with the medium jilnte culHnl hlgh arm ma of needlea thumb screw guagebobbtiiBbook of aud Phnirmnn of the Louisville Demo chines The bead sl U Into orlevcl with directions not resist a tempta planation He said he picked up tion and could The Furniture Is well mode highly pol cratic Committee you but I am speaking in the kind the tabic TheNcedlo Isstrnightrself actliig ilnt on ished ond elegant in appearance All these tion to visit Texas his DailyKentuckian after supper no side and j sent out We had a few weeks at our dis- ¬ intending to look over it awhile be- ¬ est and most brotherly spirit And The Shuttlecannot be Hetiwronj end cylinder maehnc will bo specified with oak furniture unless walnut Is Kach machine has Is open on the Gen Shafter may have to cut off a lock to the drawers and cover nice nickel what I said to you applies with ihape and absolutely self threading to a Post fore starting to the club but he Bearings Ansnll stool Well fittcH aud plot drop ring- to all drawers All machlnos rations of the Cubans to bring posal Dr Sargent said the The arc well packed ami crated reporter and are utilizing it by found it so full of news and so in- ¬ equal force to Col McKee Col adjustable them to their senses Sell Unending The Is nelf thread ICKAD OUll OUAKANTKB I was never o tensely interesting that he could Leavell Col Champlin and other tng and no hole to jiutmachine doing Texas the thread throjgh except the eye of the ncodlo Th New Mathews Machine in warranted 10 fat brethren impressed neither finish it nor lay it down un- ¬ The Feed Is positive In action and hn3 uo years from dnto of purohaso and thirty days Mai Webb C Hayes who was thoroughly favorably When Col Bassett concluded jprlngs to get nut of order trial of It If perfect and entire satisfaction wnnnrlpfl nr Snnttafo is a son of With any section of the worldl have til nearly midnight Automntfc Bobbin Winder Will wind to Col Williams had disappeared oobbln as smooth as on a kiioo of thread the Is notgivcnthe machine may be rcshlpped us to uJnt our expense and tho money paid visited as I have been with Texas the late Rutherford B Hayes The excuse was so reasonable He TheStltch Is double lock stlteh Tho same will be tefunded promptly had quietly departed while on both sides and will not racl Can be It is a magnificent empire and Xn that everybody seemed satisfied t Under this guarantee yon ran no risk what ¬ lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty ever in purchailrgthe Now Mathews Machine Forty eight political prisoners to be the greatest link in this Union Col Bassett said he found upon the Col Bassett was talking nor stitches to the incha You have thirty days trial of it In your own ThoTenslonIs flat spring six of them women who were found of ours Houston is very warm Secretarys desk the petitions of did he return again durinir the justable td all sired of thread tension and ad homct and If for any reason you should wish Hand Wheel Is nlcklo plated and has a to return tho machine It may ce shipped to us in the Santiago jail were promptly just now but that condition prevails six would be members viz Jack whole evening loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder at our oxpenso and the money will bo re funded Some of the members are a little1 without running machine released nearly everywhere and Houstonians S Moore A P Crockett McClure The Movement Is eccentric All communications feehnjrs were movements positive the celebratedfewer work Mathews Machine should regarding theto New In action and be addressed are as fortunate as residents of Kelly Dr R L Woodard M D afraid Col Williams any machine on the market hurt as he is a somewhat sensi ing parts thanHas laige balance wheel hangs With all due respect to the pow- ¬ other cities lhstand CHAS M MEACHAM Gant and Wallace Kelly on two adjustable centers The treadle is lare tivc about his shape ers that be the sailing of Watsons and hang In cone ecu ten and all lost motion There seems to be a great deal Upon motion the petitions were can be taken up aster t umtprcvsh end and Hopkinsville Ky squadron at once is getting to be of business done here I never saw can be easily mened Anlcodreas guard over referred to the Committee onw Bar-¬ Hopkinsville Produce flarket a chestnut a city no larger than Houston that ren Landscapes Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine Cash prices paid by Hopkinsville appeared to be doing as well in a Col Walter Kelly Col Buckner Of the wounded soldiers of Santi- ¬ This machine is manufactured with tho view of supplying a long folt merchnnts business way But a great State Leavell and Col L H McKee A Modern High arm first class Sewiug Machine with nil late to the jvant to wit ago 225 have been brought like Texas deserves a pushing composing this committee were no- ¬ Bacon improvements and of first class matorial and good workmanship including New- ¬ Fort Thomas hospital near energetic city and Houston seems Bams country 810ci the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instruc port Ky where all are doing well to fill the bill AllKentuckians are tified that the applicants were in Shoulders 451c tions accompanies every machine waiting and desired to be examined Seven of them are colored of their State and deserved- ¬ at once proud Sides 57c In making your remittance wo prefer poatofBcemoney ordor registored ly so but one does not need be a Lard 67c letter express money ordes or New York Exchange Individual checks un The Committee retired and soon The Cubans are by no means less certifiea to will not bo received to feel a thrill of pride at brought in a report recommend- ¬ Country Produce satisfied with the arrangement by Texan I mention of this commonwealth Butter 12Al5c ing that the petitioners without ex- ¬ maimaMHMaHHi which they are not to be allowed I notice the Kentucky volunteers ception be black balled 7e The rec- ¬ Eggs to loot the cities captured by the have been ordered to the front from ommendation was unanimous al ¬ New feathera 2528c free Americans But for the Dr Sargent con- ¬ though Col Kelly was obliged to do Beeswax 1821c grub there is in itthey might cause Chickamauga I am glad of this and I the Roman Patriot act and con- ¬ tinued Tallow 2v trouble to their new found allies am sure the troops are happier demn his own sons Col McKee in Ginseng per lb S222rj 7A8ei Prof E Benjamin Andrews since they received this order If a formal report declared that the Honey of Brown University in the people of one State should hate young men were frauds and impos- ¬ 26e Tub washed wool V President a telegram to President Harris of Spain and the Spanish more than tors Greased They were not baldheaded 1318e the Board of Education has form- ¬ the people of another it is the Ken men at heart Their heads were Poultry ally accepted the position of Super- ¬ tuCkians Kentuckians have felt bald but they bore unmistakable Y chickons live per dozl50180 intendent of the Chicago public Spains murderous hands before evidence of having been shaved 2c Roosters and know something of the cruelties and sand papered for some ulterior schools Jrain of the Spaniards Forty years ago purpose In these times of war I 53 t4President McKinley has in a Spanish hirelings shot down Wm L when spies were being found all Clover per bushel Lexington Kentucky Corn 45c proclamation announced that the Crittenden in cold blood They over the country the admission of 07p Offer iuBlructiou in Agriculture Wheat 1 Vjudges and peace officers in the con- - stopped his career but they could Mechanical Engineering Eloctrical Engito the secret coun- ¬ bogus Jrfquered territory will be permitted not crush his spirit and to this day cils of baldheads of Corn shelled 50c neering Civil Engineering three lines of Scientific Sludv vz Mathemat S P would the order K ical Biological aud Chemical Classics and Pedagigy earh uf which leads mi ito remain in office if they accept the Kentuckians like to quote that Live stock t surelv briny trouble it the vnunc degreo i Hogs supremacy of the United States brave mans dying words I dont men whose artificial baldness was S325 to a Twenty eight Profesbors aud asBihtauls Laboratories nnd miiseuma Sheep 52 508C0 large aud well equipped This will not suit the Cubans as think a manlier utterance ever their plea for membership really County appointees receive freo tuition matricula Cattle those officers are all Spaniards 52508 50 tion fuel and lights and room rent Traveling expenses ulso giveu appassed a mans lips Standing wanted to get in they could afford Calves 300325 pointees who roinaiu the full collegiate year manacled in front to wait until their heads were at Board in dormitories It is said Gen Chaffee will be with his men allof 25 por week in private families 2 50 i00425 Board uniform books andS2washing uetd not exceed 512000 per year to S3 Spanish soldiers least free from suspicion The Lambs made military governor of Santiago of a detachment to shoot Colonel warmed up as he proceeded Eyes and Purs Fall term bushis second Thursday in Soutember when Gen Shafter leaves Gen who had been detailed Green hidoa Preliminary Examinations first Monday in September 67e ranking officer but them Crittenden was ordered by and finally said with a side glance Wheeler is the For catalogues and oilier iuforuiation applv to Green Baited hides 7c will be turned down because he is the commandant to turn and kneel at Col W T Cooper that the club Dry flint JAMES KPATTERbONPh D LL D PnEaiDENT 10l2c Then that young American in had already let in some men who too friendly to the insurgents Vegetables The Cubans have themselves se- ¬ whose veins ran some of the best had no business in the order He 75c in Kentucky looked the Span- ¬ had his doubts about the sincerity New potatoes por bushel lected Gen Castillo an American blood Cabbage per head 85c citizen for the position but he too iard squarely in the eye aud of any mans baldness who attempt- ¬ A Kentuckian kneels ed to make up for scarcity of hair Watermelons in answered Interest will be turned down Hopkmszille Kentucky only to his God and never turns his on his head by cultivating a stubblethe Cubans seems to be waning Florida 25S5c He heard the com- ¬ -field back to a foe of hair and red hair at Threo Collegiato Courses Preparatory Course Music and Elocution Complaints are heard in some mand to fire without a tremor and that all over his face except on Flour Retail taught by conservatory teachers College Orchestra of ton pieces Strict 425 Patent per bbl quarters that the courtesy business died without flinching his cheek bones where the surface Sppurata departments for males 3 75 discipline and much personal attention Standard per bbl is being overdone in surrounding Commodore John Crittenden Wat- ¬ was too hard for it to grow aud females the captured Spaniards with com- ¬ son another Kentuckian and a near Before Col McKee could sit down Hay Total deparlmout eurollmoiit last year 270 G5c Clover por owt forts and even luxuries that the relative of William L Crittenden Col Cooper rose to a question of Individual enrollment JS7 70c Good Timothy wounded Americans even do not has been selected to lead a flying personal pulchritude S S WOOL WINE Supt Girls Department 12Jc enjoy They ought too be treated squadron against the Spanish He said he would like to know Bran retail A C KUYKENDALL Supt Boys Department xi to kindly Just coast He has the same spirit kindly but not that whether or not Col McKee had any Tomatoes about enough would be a happy prompted his dead ancestor to defy reference to an illusion or intended 20c Fancy por doz medium 10c Choice por doz Spanish prejudice and hate and I to insinuate any intimation IN If fooling feel sure he will do his work well so said he turning upon him with Green Corn Admiral Dewey is tired 10c Fancy doz ears with the Germans hanging around He loves the Spanish just about as a dangerous glitter in his diamond Choice doz ears I do and I suppose he shirt stud 8u you know what you Manila and has called upon Adm- ¬ much as Col McKee did not deign to iral Diedrichs to state at once has been calling upon the shades are CInrksvlIIe Wants floody his attitude is a friendly of BillieCrittenden to give him add- ¬ reply but sat down while Col Bas ¬ Whether The Pastors Association of It sett hastened to call for order and or an unfriendly one If Germany ed feelings of resentment Clarksville has held a meeting and is at war with his nation he says he seems quite a coincidence that dispose of the subject in hand invited RevD L- Moody to hold a i Importer and Alamifaclurcr of wants to know it and act accord- ¬ one of the Crittenden stock should The six petitions in a body were ten days meeting there in the fall H Germany has two first lead the attack on Spain at least rejected without the formality of a ingly Sam Small a Chaplain u TSxtL 3I tPftfet class cruisers two second class it seems so to Kentuckians Aud ballot 4 Col Tom Williams as soon as he if our soldier boys ever catch sight -Sam Small Mhe evangelist has and one third class at Manila k rr T n Tvof Blancos forces they will perpet ¬ could be recognized by the chair been appointed by the President a are now on uate the glories Kentuckians won said he desired to take leave of the chaplain in the regular army A new set of Generals He their way to the front Those as ¬ at Buena Vista and the Raisin and brethren He had been disappoint- ¬ wants to go to the front signed to Porto Rico are Brigadier on a hundred helds of the civil ed in some of his plans and had Tho broad shadow cast by Gou Generals Ernst Randolph Snyder war concluded to go South and help Col Shafter in summer eizziug Cuba must Schwan Carpenter Hudson Kline Dr and Mrs Sargent will spend Gus Breathitt lick Spain He re ¬ be a it 4 grateful shade to Ufa staff Lincoln Haines Roe McKee Ross some time in Texas before return ¬ gretted that he could not owing to At the opening of tho war there circumstances over which he had jer and Grant and Major Generals ing North Brooke Wilson Coppinger and uo control give each member pres ¬ was a great buzz about privatoorabul Thus far the Maine ia tho only ship ent a ock of his hair but he would not a privateer has bsou seon Rbdgere Gen Fjtzhugh Lee is 1 at Jacksonville wo have lost A foreign war is less promise to tench them nil how to The Eminent Financier may now still sidetracked yosaolfl than tho teg liilk and walk Spanish when he got take a FU They may be saving him for perilous tpour vacation The Individual Sub ular duty of passenger liners through wreaking- vengeance on the eeribr baa owe Havana MR PM iWHrft OW l Ilopkimvillc v1 Zhe Eail ftentuckian 121 The JKentuckiatit i Year r yvn FBEB 21 FOR IT ¬ m H IP M W ¬ - ¬ ¬ ¬ 1 ¬ The Daily Kerttuckiain STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY ¬ ¬ w ¬ ¬ South Kentucky College - ESTABLISHED 1852 SAMUEL HODGSON - Moixiiimenijsr V lr Grranite r jycajx kjxk fJWJiSL JrL aiicx TABLETS ETC - Kyii wr iu to - w0t Wyir yjniV I rvnj UJMgJLL TTT N HBMMMiWWMMMW BASEBALL SlKCLU ltffliiMiiraNhlillrKiHinilllMIMnnililllWlininil1lllliPhiinliiiim a MILES AND BROOKE -- Or of the Pojto - Will Hvc Charge UKSULTS OI YKSTEKDAYS GAMUS f New York 2 Louisville 1 Ricin Campaign Th bfefinscs of San Juan nrc For midable arid the Garrison X Pittsburg Brooklyn Cleveland G 8 Boston 3 St Louis 1 Washington 2 rrfTfra i TTTTttTJI M1UUAUUJU MjU IjijIllllilllljlllljHllllllllllllltltlllilllllllllllll T ASTORIA j Illl IIIIJHJ Philadelphia lCncinnatlQ HOW THEY STAND s For Infants and Children MMMannMMMnMMBnnMnnMwwH fcf STORIA iiffiiiTiw ffi MTTi The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature 9 consists of 12000 Clubs WonjLoati PC 52 41 nihiliiHiiriiiiiniftniiTmriiMiiiimnii Cincinnati Boston - 271 29 s Washington July 19After three days consultation between the President Secretary Alger and Gen Brooke during which there was frequent communication with Gen Miles at Silioncy the details of the Porto Rican expedition were perfected and the expedition itself waq gotten under way Gen Miles with some artillery and troops sail- ¬ ing to day for Porto Rico to be fol lowed quickly by an army of- about - Cleveland Baltimore Chicago New York 48 45 45 29 29 37 4l i - Pittsburir Philadelphia Brooklyn Washington Louisville St Louis 4i 33 32 29 24 24 35 36 40 42 48 55 58 f 658 629 619 609 562 539 546 452 433 377 304 293 AVrcCctablcPxcnarationfor As similating ihcTood audited ula ting tliSioinudis auilrknvcls of ULMUuxirmnms Eromote9DicslionCkcrful ticas atulEcstContalns ncilhcr OpiumMorphine nor Mineral 1VOT NARCOTIC JtetpeofOldnrZUfUELHTCllHl Janphn Setil sils Scntui JloAtlUSJlt jinistSttil Jivprrrmnt -JnCarbonakSoihn fu 5 The i N ews tafoiraty Sin a i mu War J ¬ SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY 30000 men Gen Brooke will be the fcenior of- ¬ ficer in Miles command and upon him will fall the responsibility for the execution of the details of his superiors plans It is estimated that Gen Miles should arrive by Wednesday night at the point selected for the landing and will hoist the American flag at once over Porto Rican soil The point chosen for his landing is kept a sedret as the General will land before the full body of the expedi- ¬ tion is at hand San Juan and Its Defenses San Juan is a collection of low stone buildings and thatched huts There are about 24000 inhabitants It stands on a promontory jutting into the sea There is a wide har- ¬ bor flanking San Juan Its en- ¬ trance is narrow and is mined Two forts Morro and Canuelo flank the harbor entrance On the land side the defenses consist of the castle of San Cristobal Fort San Antonio and Port San Geronimo San Juan is completely surrounded with high thick walls and as a great barrier a low reef of sharp rocks extends abouttwo thirds of the way around the water front On the defenses are mounted Krupp guns of medium caliber These are the only pieces of modern ordnance although there are many obsolete cannon placed on the walls I The garrison is supposed to num- ¬ ber 10000 to 12000 men AFTER THE PRIZE MONEY Sampson and Shatter Have An- ¬ Louisville at Brooklyn Pittsburg at New York St Louis at Boston Chicago at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Washington Cleveland at Baltimore Railroad Cat Thousands of people havo hoard of A iho railnoad dog which travolB bo ex- ¬ ftlftrtStttf -- Clarified Sugar hinlfryrnn- - flarvr W Worms Convulsions Fevcrish ncss andLoss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of tionSourStomachDiarrhoca Apctfccf Itemcdy forConslipa NEW YORK Always Bought j Kind You Have HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and I neighboring towns to sub f scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reliable war news tensively over tho country and really Rooms to know as much uud about trains time tables as n railroad conductor does uut there is a cut in Colorado which ulthough not as famous as the dog in question is certainly as remarkable iu its fondnosB of railroad riding It waB the pet of the wife of the engineer of a freight locomotive and now it accompanies the engineer on every trip that he makes When thj train has to make a long wait at a sta tion the cat goes off in search of mice always returning when the whistle sounds and at some of the junctions where numerous trains moot it is quite a The Daily EXACT COPVOF WBAEPER www wim THE CCNTAUR COMPANY NEW YORK CITY mESWZWM Kentuckians Telegraph Service 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 ovcry department of the paper is supplied with a uews service that cannot be surpassed in all GRAYS ON SFRifoses 30 This famous Kentucky SUMMER RESORT is now open for guests under 1 pet EhIhii when thoengincio running the cat sits in tho cab or on iheoal and as its fur is jet black its boauty is not greatly impaired by its grimy sur roundings Pussy must have traveled many thousands of miles for it has beon do ¬ ing duty for several years aud has ubver been known to miss a trip Ohio Chronicle DEBTORS IN HAWAII torn in NEW MANAGEMENT A practical hotelman has been selected to direct affairs Special attention given to the cuisine Many improvements have been made iu the hotol and surroundings Hotel rates reasonable A pleasant time in store A splendid band of music in for you Rooms bright aud well ventilated attendance Grand Ball Every Friday SIglit During the Season In HawaiitheyhaveoneuniquocuB regard to debt said Mr OW other riisunderstandlng Santiago de Cuba via Kingston Jamaica The question has arisen between the army andnavy officials as to the disposition W be made of the half dozen large Spanish mer-¬ chant steamers which were in the harbor of Santiago at the time of surrender Rear Admiral Sampson arrived in the city on the Vixen and claimed the steamers were prizes of the navy He also was desirous of placing prize crews on board of them Gen Shafter how- ¬ ever refused to recognize Admiral Sampsons claims He declaredthe steamers with everything else in Santiago had surrendered to him The question apparently is still undecided But at any rate the Admiral returned to his flagship without having distributed prize crews among the merchantmen and the latter is still in possession of the army ¬ Sturgis of Oregon according to the Washington Post Any stranger can get credit alrnoBt from the time he sots footouthoialauds but so long as he owes a dollar he is not preuiitted to leave tho country A man whogetshopelissly involved iu debt down there had as well make up his mind to bocomo a citizen for the rest of life ho can only escape by liqu ¬ idating This law has always been strictly enforced but since tlieauuoxa tion to thu United States tho islands may got a new system of Iiiwb that will rep9al the existiug btituoi ADDRESS O xejrOn Wlfcr HMWrtlMtWmilMMBa hWlMIMallWMHI Springs IHC37l II - mmm m h JMWIfWWI laiw e stern tucky Ken Lashers of the Cat Mrj Justice Day is the English flog giug Judge ho haviug sentenced 187 criminals to 8766 strokes of the cat in 14 years Five other Judges havo used the direction given them by stat ute in greater moderation their com binod record being 1776 strokes on 89 A gang of highway rob- ¬ criminals bers that had terrorized Liverpool some of whom ho had himself seou at work came before Justice Day for sentence 10 years ago I am not going togjvo you men long terms of imprisonment ho saidbut when you go in you got 20 lasheB of the cat when you have been iu nino mouths you get 201aBhea of tho cat aud before you come out you got 20 lashes of the cat Aud thou you can show that to your friend New York Sun ¬ rr the Boys n It UclJlip wAetmm 111 tm rMW Or ayKVjiyUBfcjlB icvjnnMr SrJ7mirHiMtKztatwia miBl imto A L t jamlu I Treat frrlm- Daily delivered In the city 10 Cis Per Week i lira wi nryjm n- - J1 Kentuckian Bid 212 S Main 2 Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL From home is when they get that blessed pie from mother or a bottle of our Pure Old Whislcy from any of their brothers or friends who value their health No one should travel away from home without a bottle of our Pure Bourbon or Tennessee Whiskey Or our Apple or Peach Brandy At this season of the year is essential thnt you keep in a convenient place at home a bottle of our Whiskey Brandy or Blackberry Cordial Daily One Month Daily Three Months Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition - 35 100 400 1 yr 200 f Prospects for Tobacco The prospects for a fine crop of tobacco in Christian county were never better at this season of the year than they tare at the present time The acreage is unusually large and in most sections the plants are fat advanced In very low lands there is some complaint of frenching Much of the crop has alrcadybeen primed and the process of topping will follow at pace The early planting will be ready for the knife by August 15 A few farmers failed to get a good stand but all of the crop has been well worked and the rains have been very beneficial to till of the weed onfhigh lands b- o i The Kentuckian is printed in new arid attractive type and its news pacs are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained 9 OR Wines are the best UR Whiskies the purest hi i3i f POST DISPATCH WAR NOTES i irir Tho best thing for Spain to do is to offor hersolf totho inoroy of tho court Thq signal corps never wigwnggod more welcome uewe than tho surronj der of Santiago fe j Julia Ward Howe has beon reciting TJUG AND KEG TRADE A SPECIALTY her Battlo Hymn in Boston Julia is marching on M FS1IRYER i P 0 HANBERY The Americaus nearly Toral thoij A Th State College clothoBoff trying to enptu re Santiago In to days paper will be found but they got there an advertisement of1 the State Col Toral goes homo with n broken1 SIIRVER Proprs HANBERY Lexington in which the ad heart but that muybo bettor than re tagat f VrPHfes of this excellent institu- ¬ turning homo with u broken head Railroad St BqUyoou Tenth HOPKINSVILE KY tion tet forth an Eleventh Ttpac wanting Tho Spanish soldiers must hayij a colhfata education n vry folt a joyous emotion whan thei tarCiraul attontiou givon to wtinpling Hud soiling mU tobacco cooRignod reasonable rates would do wll to saw the first full rations after the suit Liberal advances on tobacco iu More All tobacco ineurod imlefl ut Correspond with Prof Patter ottarwitt jiwtruotdd R oy al L S J Samuel q iio r Co Co Subscribe Now And Get The News feend in your subscription i by Props Call at the office in the Ken 1 tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street Jpr telephone J 99 2 Address O mail H PEOPLES WAREHOUSE IV to li 1 il Mcaplifi itm Hopkinsville ky - i G4om Publisher mlu fl ALL WILL PASS IN THE COURTS DKEW STRAWS To Decide on the Familys Rep Three Boys Appointed to the Judge Cansler Disposes ofSev cral Cases State College ft 4 sentalivcin lie Army CONSUMER READ THIS OABEFULLYf COMPARE WITH WHAT YOU if sa - Story of Richard Colemans Enlist Teachers Papers Not Yet Passed Judge Leavell Puts Several Yavw J Regiment an ment in Colsons grants to Work for the City t Upon by the Examining a Interesting One For 31 Days Board 4 INTEREST AND NOT OURS nl iPr JfiS JHfl f ni A x n fe The damage suits of Wm Lacy iLexinirton Ky July 20 Rich Loraine G against J ard Coleman aged forty of Burns Gantand Douglass Graham the and wife for 2P0 each in Judge Greasy creek Pike county- - is a three bright boys who took the J Stuart were concluded afternoon member of Capt Stewarts Big StateCollege examination last week Canslers court Tuesday verdict for Sandy company Fourth regiment ONLY- will pass with credit and Miss Mc- - and the jury returned a encamped at Loudon Park here tnem lor the defendant in both cases Daniel will to day appoint couple in his Coleman leaves at home a wife and a four years term in the State Col ¬ Mr Stuart had the employ the woman as cook and her-- seven children four boys and three lege at Lexington He believed it a religious 8 Tom Soap5 of roustabout girls 15G is a vacancy for one more husband as a kind There for his board and culti- ¬ duty for a member of his family to four years appointee and we are who worked volunteer to fight for the country s 14 tf i no vicinity authorized by Miss McDaniel to vated a crop in the He frequently discussed honor of the morning meal say that she will call another ex- ¬ The lateness caused Mr Stuart to reprimand the the subject with his family and his size Crock from 1 gallon G amination if any applicants appear 8c oldest son Paris Roscoe said he who have to be held next week colored woman and she and her would go to war bnt he feared his It would as these appointments must be husband become disorderly and father was not physically able to 1 Box 3 10c aftera a personal altercation with made before August 1 off his attend to the affairs of the farm 1 There are still four two year them Mr Stuart drove them Cake 43c of The father then argued that the terras open in the Normal Depart premises The suits grew out son could better stand the hard- ¬ the trouble and discharge tnpnt and an examination will be t M ships of camp life but still he want- ¬ 2 Sons Sapolio 15c A Small Civil Suit 19 and 20 for these ap- ¬ held August Iv11 it ed the boy to do as he liked pointments Harriet Davie vs N W Kirkpat One day they were talking about 7 4 25c t These places are generally rick was the title of a suit tried going to war when Mr Colemans HUM j r ¬ sought by teachers and the appoint- before Judge Cansler yesterday little irirl Jennie proposed to set OH or Soaf ment may be made any time before The plaintiff was given judgment tle the argument by drawing 1 Box 3 Cakes 20c I December 1st for 12 Both parties are colored straws She prepared a long and 6 Boxes Bull Dog or mf - to the sickness Owinsr 25c Suit Over a Road a short straw and said the one who X of Prof Kuykendall one of the i rU pub- ¬ drew the short straw should go to A suit brought to widen the i VtF examining board the papers have 2 Diamond 3 tJ 15c lic road atSalubria is on trial in the war and the one to whom the long not yet been examined in the teach- ¬ r County Judges Court to day It straw was left should remain at ers branch of the examination last home and make the family a living 10 not been finished v i week There were nineteen appli ¬ has It by tending to the little farm THREE SENT UP cants for certificates to teach r was a solemn occasion and Mr 1 bbl if 3Hif up- ¬ Coleman so impressed this fact E BOUGHT THE P D The Work House Force Given a on the minds of all the-- members of 1 1 lb or Coffees 10c Trio of Recruits his family It was Sunday after- ¬ Rumor That the Illinois Central He said it might decide the 1 noon G Hoe Has Made a New Purchase col a boy 14 fate of the family happiness that Willie Davenport years old was given 31 days in the the one which went to war might 12 Boxes The rumor is again afloat that work house for vagrancy 10c never return or should he return x bought the Kirk Baxter col v the Illinois Central has associating he might be wounded or broken Peoria Decatur and Evansville with street walkers given 16 days down in health A prayer was of- ¬ 1 bbl Ut railroad which runs from Evans in the work house fered up and every member of the ville to Peoria Ills a distance of Alice Dabney col charged with family participated After the re- ¬ 1 Cob The P D and E vagrancy sent to the work house ligious ceremonies were ended Jen 243 miles i A iV HI crosses the main line of the I C at for 31 day nie held out her hand with the long 1 Coffee Mill feM Mattoon forming an almost straight Geo Lockhart col was arrested and short straws Mr Coleman line trom Chicago to Evansville be ¬ last night charged with striking a drew first and pulled the short lb ing only a little longer than the E colored woman and will be tried at straw The tears scarcely dried and T H route 3 p m for breach of the peace in on the cheeks of any member of that v The purchase of this line if it the City Court 10c family that night and the next 12 Boxes I J a t has been bought by the I C indi- ¬ morning Mr Coleman went to Pike Unlucky Number on Hand cates the intention of the I C to ex- ¬ in the company 9 v There are now thirteen prisoners ville and enlisted i tend its line into Nashville and the of Capt Stewart in the work house all of them col- ¬ 1 Southeast It now owns the old ilir I 6 Cakes Coal Oil to ored and only one of them a woman Ohio Valley from Evansville j 4 svj urn I TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Hopkinsville and only a small gap 6 Single PERSONAL GOSSIP 5c needs to be built to take it into Corrected Dally IJy IJeu ItivnlliiH Hunker outlet to the South- ¬ Nashville An and ltrokor IIoplcliiHvllle Ky of Trenton eastern seaboard there would be Mr G M Brockman is here to day CIiIchru Market the next thing in order No on We ¬ Mr John D Shaw of Cadiz is I Officials of the Illinois Central reOpg Iligt Closing Cigars Tobacco line former 77 X cently talked to did not deny that spending to day in the city Cash Wheat D- - and E was on CS R Lloyd of Pembroke Sept Wheat 67tf 68 Mr R a deal for the P is NOT EQUALED is here to day G7 68 68 Dec Wheat See Mason Attention City Churches 33 33 33 Mrs O E Layne has gone to Sept Corn At the close of the prayer service Trenton on a visit to friends 33 34 34 Dec Corn at your respective places of wor- ¬ 19 19 19tf Mr O J Smith of Pembroke is Sept Oats ship to night please announce that 9 95 9 95 Sept Pork 9 82 in the city to day on business the blind recitationist R D Mar- ¬ 5 65 5 65 Sept Lard 5 60 Judge J T Hanbery has gone to Sept Ribs 5 65 tin will give an original new and 5 70 5 70 poetic recitation at the Court House Bowling Green on business calls 69 Sept wheat puts 67 to morrow night at 8 oclock sharp Mrs Dr B F Eager left this htocka and Cotton Nw York The rendering will be historic pa- ¬ morning for Trenton on a visit to I Opg Iligt Closing Ev- ¬ thetic and rather humorous friends 5 66 5 92 Aug Cotton 5 96 erybody politely invited and kindly 1 18 I 19 1 19 Miss Lee Sypert of Clarksville Am Tob The small ad ¬ is visiting urged to attend 97 98 98 Mrs T B Mason at Chicago Gas mission fee of only 10 cents will be 1 05 1 05 Q I 05tf C B Beverly 20 1898 charged at the door Respectfully 52 52 L N 55tf Mr G W Thorp and wife of R D M 1 05f 1 05 Potts ville Ky are registered at Manhattan 1 04 J B Foley Company 1 32K 1 33tf SAM BOYD 1 32 Sugar the Phoenix to day I P TUJWEY In Town Seven Hundred hayc jest received a car load of line 24 21 24 Coal Iron County Court Clerk F K Grasty Mr E M Moss the well known vehicles of all kinds If you want OhlcuRoICecelptn To day of Cadiz is in the city to day on and well informed bicycle dealer us a call We 87 Cars a fine buggy give Wheat estimates that there are 700 wheels business to show you the finest 256 Cars are prepared Mrs Elizabeth Withers Dudley Corn in use in HopKinsville and a great in the city We have bug ¬ 134 Cars styles Oats more in the county There ofRedlands Cal is visiting Mrs many blue gies painted white gold Katlmutcd Uecelritg To morrow are so far only four chainless T B Mason at Beverly green and in fact every color that 95 Cars Wheat wheels in the county two here and is used in carriage painting Mr Ed Beach of Clarksville Corn 280 Cars two at Pembroke is in the city attending the Tenn Our white buggy with mahogany 145 Cars Oats body and rubber tires cant besur tobacco sales Total Clearances Prof Bob Cooks Secret Mission Mr J D Brown of May field is Wheat and Flour Exp 158000 bus passed Mr R A Cook who went South spending a few days in the city at ¬ Our canaries with blue bodies ILf I In4n Cl BOYD days ago has returned tending the sales of tobacco TURNEY Proprietors several and maroon trimmings also are f jtii vs utn1 vicrv believed he got only as home It is Mr Clements Ueter the dairy ¬ very beautiful We take the liber Thianioua henlth and pleoBiiro resort tho oldest in Westorn Kentucky far as Metcalfe county where his Miss Susie Tandy who has been man is very sick with typhoid ty to say with 15 years experience visiting relatives at Pembroke re- ¬ Mr in some of the finest factories in the ia ajtimtod on tho Ohio Vnlliioy branch of tho Illinois Central railroad 10 best girl resides fever at his home near the city Cook will teach the Kelly school turned home this morning country enables us to know a good milos from HbpliitiBvilloaml 14 miJoB from Princotou f J job with good style and we know this fall Master John ProwseJr left this Mr Dryer Has Fever we canplcase any one in anything morning for Mortons Gap on a Mr Fred R Dryer has a beverc in the vehicle line that can be Mr Qiles Funeral visit to his aunt Mrs Dr Hill The funeral and interment of the Rev W L Payton left yesterday case of typhoid fever at his home pleased Hotel cccommodRticDns Unsurpassed late Paschal Giles occurred at the afternoon for Munfordsville Ivy on Clay street He was taken sick We have over forty jobs in stock a few days ago this afternoon to be gone a few family homestead and need room and must have it Sulphur and Chalybeate Wafer In Abundance Sis trains daily and days on business Mr Giles leaves his widow and four We are looking for more work and ftrduced Rates First Olaos Italian Remember the Haine Baud Employed for tho season Mr Bien of the Southern Pacific children a very comfortable estate to get your fine Merchant have no place to put it Come and Place m- consisting of a fine farm and other Houston Tex with his wife left tailoring is by Fowrlght Pants see us We will treat you right WZrit property situated betwpen Howell for Mont Eagle to day alter a visit made for 3 5 7 and SuitsM J B Foley Co to Esq Alex Campbells family 7th street opposite 1520 West No 108 Main St and ncrndon Hopkinsville Ky Miss Mary Kennedy of St Beth New Era office For RKXTThrce pnroom resi lebem Tenn who is visiting Mr Fott Salic My entire tp of West 17th Uhc with large hall 3Q head yotfnjr cttle ahd fine E T Faxons family will return general merchandise atHowell Ky GooH tfater 8t WW Wajkh to morrow JJilkCowaforiid home W A Ward L M Cat ob 400kPER Clark H Tandya f Prices Spot Cash AND GOOD FOR THIS WEEK S- f Cakes of either Ark or Boy V pounds of Leaf Lard Stone Ware any Jug Jar or up al Cakes Sweet Maiden or American Beauty Toilet Soap Wash Tub Wash Board and Laundry Soaprt Cakes Enoch Morgan Packages Pearline jC Lana La Tosca Toilef Franklin Lyes Plugs Ky Tobacco ii Clothes Pins lc tf r Best Standard Flour lt 345 Lyon Cadova Childs arden Set Rake and Spade 2400 Matches v iSVi Best Patent Flour 395 Pipe lc -J 4 I --1 -- t0c 20c 50 c Stand Leaf Lard best Carpet Tacks rts Bulk Soda vn Johnnie Soap Sheets Fly Paper J I 355 fV m 25c 25c I I hmit to purchase except by amount of stock hand and make a specialty of our of the IN WESTERN KENTUCKY us before making your purchase of Fruit Jars w T cooper CO I I Wholesale and Retail Grocers July CERULEAN T SPRINGS openT TRIGG COUNTY KY- 1 By-the-w- ay i NOW For Rutss The Daily Kentiiokiarti T A f YBjte 1 If