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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w LIVE NEWS Da 10 On Every Cts ft Week Page We Set The Puce VOL 1 NO 73 HOPKINSVILLE KY THURSDAY AFTEMOON JULY 21 1898 PRIOE 2 OENTS GARCIA IS MAD Writes Shatter That He Is Disgusted Says That He More Cabinet Changes Imminent WATSON CALLED OFF GEN WILSON IS OFF Will Not Make His Trip to Spain Sails From Charleston for Porto After All His Raiding Squadron Disbanded Sousa Rico m And the Incident Unless Saggy Moves Faster London July 21 SpccmlMadrid dispatches say it iV thought Washington the Queen Regent is anxious for Sngaslas cabinet tonegotiatc forpcacc believed to be inevitable Unlcls the cabinet makes belter progress to- ¬ Commodore wards a treaty she will seriously cousidcr a change of ministers in a has disbanded few days She places hergrealest trust in Polovilia who will probably pedition to the Closed the Musician Sails with Him and Will be a Member of iiis Staff ri Was Treated succeed Sagasta I - tr t u Discourteously at the Surrender Santiago Cuba July 21 Special G en Garcia of the Ouban army in a letter to G en Shatter declares he is disgusted at his treat ¬ ment at the hands of the Americans and will consequently withdraw his forces to the hills He complains that Shafter failed to officially notify him of G en Torals surrender He is also incensed at not being invited to the ceremony at the formal capitulation of Santiago Another grievance is Gen Shafter s re- ¬ taining the Spanish civil authorities in San ¬ tiago For tfyese reasons he says he will henceforth act independently of the Ameri ¬ cans Gen Shafter wired a formal answer to Gen Garcia that Santiago is now quiet and that the Spaniards willassist theAffleriQans in any way required This correspondence of course makes it unnecessary to deny the report sent out yes ¬ terday that Gen Garcia had been killed On Gen Shafters recommendation all or ¬ ders issued by Miles for distribution of arms among the Cubans or for sending supplies to the insurgents have been countermanded No attention will be paid hereafter to Cu ¬ bans as military allies Gen Shafter has been ordered to disarm the Cubans at the least sign of insubordination near his lines His reports express the utmost disgust for them N - riCTUIlESQUia PUERTO IlICO The Famous 01J City Wall of San Juan the Capital of the Island THE SHAWNEETOWN FLOOD CONFEDERATE REUNION Thirty Five Were Drowned on Atlanta Filled to Overflowing That Eventful Night With Veterans and Visitors Shawneetown IlKCTtily 21 Three months and a half have pass ¬ ed since the Ohio river levee around this city broke and just now have the authorities prepared an exact statement of the losses in lives and property Thirty five people were drowned In the 33 whites and two negroes confusion in the days following the estimates placed the losses at any number from 25 to 300 and one erratic report said that more than 1000 had perished One hundred and forty three houses were demolished or rendered untenantable by the flood Of these almost half iloated away The loss in money so tar as can be learned amounts to 212000 Fifty four new house have been built or are in course of construc- ¬ tion and others will be built later The relief committee collected and distributed 22442 of this a large part was given by people in Illinois An Interesting Relic In a coach now ingloriously repos- ¬ ing under a weather beaten shed in Bloomlield Ky many famous men have ridden James Guthrie Henry Clay Phil Sheridan Gen Sherman and Gen John II Morgan were among the passengers in the days when it ran over the old State turnpike from Louisville to Bloom field Spains Collections Slow Bank Account Over Checked Special The Government is meeting with fin- ¬ Madrid July 21 ancial troubles again The Bank of Spain is placing obstacles in the It has al- ¬ way of further advances ol money and demands security ready lent 800000000 pasetas Blanco has been making drafts for nearly 100000 a week for ad ministrativc expenses in Cuba The governments financial resources are believed to be nearly at an end x rf jfaiA m Porto Rico Wants to be VTfWdM L fr r Captured by Uncle Sam Halifax July 21 Special The Captain of a British brig here says the sentimentQfthenativc population pf Porto Rico is entirely in favor of the Jutted Stales nnd against Spain Tljere is only one port lorttfieu thatot sun Juan ana there are not over 3000 fighting soldiers in the island 14 Suicide in Livingston Paducah Ky July 21 Spcc Charles Edmunds a well cial known young farmer of Vicksburg Livingston county hanged himsejf to day in the corn crib of Robert Kendall his neighbors He was despondent over being unsuccess ¬ ful in farming Crofton Ky July 21 Special About one hundred children members of the Union Sunday school here and their teachers are enjoying a picnic to day at the Cha ¬ lybeate Springs two miles west of this place An elegant dinner was spread at noon and the day is be- ¬ Grave Situation at Havana ing most pleasantly spent by the Key West July 21 Special young folks The Mayilower has arrived here Mr B I Crabtree and wife left having picked up two Cubans who to day for Dalton Hopkins county escaped from Havana They re- ¬ to visit relatives They will prob ¬ port the situation very grave at ably be absent a week or more Havana Some of the Spaniards No Wonder He Goes to War have joined in a cry for peace and Lawrenceburg Ind July 21 others want war to the end Colonel Perry Carter has been mar ried for the fifth time although but Laid Up With a Boil 50 years of age The Colonel was Mr Jas A Radford has been married twice to one woman but laid up for several days with a severe boil on his leg He is con divorced from her both times Mrs 5 was Miss Emma Acra fined to his bed and suffering great ¬ Carter No of Boone county Kentucky ly from it His experience has ful ¬ a belle ly convinced ljim that the best At the same time David Gray was to Martha Carter a daugh ¬ place to have a boil is on some married ter of the much married Colonel other fellow who by the marriage becomes both Atlanta Ga July 21 Special The morning trains brought thousands of people into Atlanta to attend the opening exercises of the reunion of Confederate Veterans Twenty three thousand people vet- ¬ erans and their friends reached the city up to midnight and the congested condition of the down- ¬ town streets this morning gave in- ¬ dication that to days crowd will double that of yesterday Not a room was to be had at any hotel last night and but for the arrange ¬ ments made by the committee which furnished sleeping quarters for 2000 veterans at the park many of the old fighters would have been compelled to walk the streets The interest of the day centered in the convention at Piedmont Park The Kentucky delegation was early at work among the delegates in their efforts to secure the next encampment for Louisville Chickamauga July 21 Special The movement of Gen Brookes Will be Good News in Spain division of 9000 men for Porto Rico Madrid July 21 Special via Newport News commenced this Authorities here as well as those morning of the Canaries have been seized Fire in Newport with a panic over the possible Cincinnati July 21 Special seizure of the islands by Watson Newport Ky was visited Tuesday A powerful garrison has been sta- ¬ by the most extensive conflagration tioned on the islands of Lazarnoate in its history The fire started in the benzine room of Unnewhers and Gracioa saw mill and quickly spreak south DHAD MAN HOLDS THE REINS two squares and east two squares The Covington and Cincinnati fire departments were appealed to Horse is Found in a Road Drawing and assisted in subduing the flames a Buggy with a Corpse for a The citizens generally lent their Driver aid in extinguishing the fire butthe total loss is estimated at between Wabash Ind July 21 Leaning 125000 and 5150000 back against a buggy seat moving unsteadily TrOm side to side with Relativeof Dr Rodmans the movement of a vehicle the Frankfort Ky July 22 Hon ashen hands grasping the reins G Russell Rodman ex po3tmaster the corpse of Edward McLaughlin and an officer of the Cpurt of Ap- ¬ a prominent farmer of Cass county peals died at his home in South jogged along the turnpike Frankfort at 12 oclock last night The shocking spectacle was seen Mr Rodman has been a sufferer by Warren Shields whostoppedthe from paralysis and nervous trouble horse straightened the body and for several years but has been con- ¬ removed it to McLaughlins home fined to his room but a short time The dead man was G5 years old He was a son of former Attorney and it is supposed that he was General John Rodman and a broth- ¬ stricked with heart disease on er of Attorney John Rodman He the road He died instantly and leaves a wife whose maiden name the horse traveled several miles was Miss Prue Hunt and two with the body daughters Special Watsons squadron and the raiding ex¬ coast of Spain is off Some of the vessels will come North to be docked and others will go to Porto Rico This was decided this morning at a meeting of the War Board and this announcement is official It is expected that this will remove a serious obstacle to peace and give Spain an opportunity to take the initiative in seeking an honorable settlement This is the most significant move- ¬ ment made this week and confirms the belief that the end is nearly in July 21 Charleston July 21 Special The Grand Duchess and transport No 30 sailed lor Porto Rico to day with the 2nd and 3rd Wisconsin Gen Wilson and staff Gen Stone of Gen Miles staff is also on the Duchess No 21 will sail to day with the 16th Pennsylvania A Washington dispatch says Sousa has accepted an invitation of Gen Wilson to be- ¬ come a member of his staff START FROM CHICKAMAUQA Gen Brookes Division Will Leave via Newport News SKI 1 sight Sunday School Picnic Threatened With Erysipelas A few days ago Mr Jas A Smithson of Pee Dee got a small piece of skin knocked off his right hand He thought nothing more of the matter until yestereay when the member began to swell His hand and arm are both now badly swollen and his physician fears that erysipelas will result Raising the Sunken Ships Washington July 21 Special Commodore Sampson reports that the progress in wrecking the Maria Teresa is satisfactory He thinks the ship can be raised by Sunday The Board after examining the Rein a Mercedes report that she can also probably be saved Another Reported Pick up Special The British steamer New Found land for navana with a cargo of munitions and provisions is report- ¬ ed to have been captured by the American blockaders Key West July 21 His Horse Threw Him tramp at Forts Station Tenn this R A Shadoin was thrown from morning who fell off while stealing a horse day Is Back From Alaska sustainedataone oclock tobruise and a ride His name is not known very severe on fjl one hip The rein broke and the She Said Bad Words L Seattle Wash July 21 Specinl tfuaouln Miller the poet has animal became unmanageable and Srncu from Alaska ond places the gold output of the Klondike at25- - narrowly escaped a collision with Sina Wooldridge col was fined v 10 in Judge LenvoUs court for 000000 this year two bicyclists who were passing using She AI Benson ol Besrrlafcrmtv 111 ine vmMkvI nf hlu 5 flfln n4lronn It is about time for Gen Woyler promisedindecent Uiolanguage was to nay line and vJJJ tZAu s to say I told you so not sunt to the wpk house rVwWiMMPMriMf 1MtahAel r i The California Poet the father-in-laColored Tramp Killed Mr Gray An L N train kjlled a colored w and son-in-la- w ol Another Promotion For Wood New York July 21 Three Small Cases A Santiago dispatch to the Journal following cases are set for says Gen Leonard Wood late The trial to day jn Judge Canslcrs Colonel of the Roosevelt Rough court G M Clark vs J M Wood Joe M Foulks vs Sam Quarles Special Riders will succeed Gen McKibben as Military Governor of Santiagp While all this fighting is going The defendant is charged on we dont hear much about Rear boii with grant larceny and will have Admiral Kirkland the ranking offi ¬ Commonwealth vs Bettle Robin her examining trial cer of the navy tt p Rgjuafcrifil IM Vi B9RSXB Ztfoe Dail ftentucfcian of ROMANTIC AURRMGE of Humfc He Wedded tf CHrl Par¬ HUM REAL ROBINSON 21 The Kerxtuckian 1 Year 21 Matiine - Publshcd etcry evening except Sunday by Delivered by carrier to all part 10 CEWTS PER WEEK CXAB X WtKACKAM 213 S Wtaln the city ht entage and Educated Her A story ia told of Gen Wejlert marriage It ia aaid tbnt when he hold the rank of lieuteunnkcolonel commanding nu important infantry regimont ho met n very beautiful girl of humble parentage nod fell in love with lur His affection was returned and ho reeolved to wf d her at all haz ards Hu did not daro tell his family of his intentions re ho knew thoy nould object uot only to her paren ¬ tage but also her lack of education One day ho invited a number of his brother officers to meet him at a cor tain church door They were so fond of him that they thought nothing of has request Whou they arrived there he axpluined what he wsssbout to do and gave his renuon for keeping the marriage a eecret They witnessed the ceremony and after it was over were much surprised o heu he iiBked them to follow him and his bride to a certain convent At the door he gave his young wife into the hands of thu mother superior and left ber She remained a pupil t tho convent for two years before she took her placo at her husbands sidevhi h she has since so nbl filled And tlicNew MatlicwsvringrMrjtcliInfe ixmacioFTiojr Pkr Month in Advance VA 3 Months m Advance 35 100 Per Year in Advance of regulators Pes Week kates OP 4i00 7 v ESTATE ACENT ABSTRACTS OF TITLE r - Modern t DEMOCRATIC TICKET Bowling Green has a new species who are enforcing MDE BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiBHBMHlteKLJBi i FOR ONLY- - i arm Sewing JaaV i l With Nil the lalwt Jin prdrercents- FOR CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN a style of clean shaven faces The Louisville Times gives these de- ur OP UNION COUNTY It is about time for Gen Weyler to say I told you so Our Cuban allies are not panning out a paying quality of patriotism While all this fighting is going on we dont hear much about Rear Admiral Kirkland the ranking1 offi cer of the navy breaking his knee cap Wales doubtless fully realizes now the truth of the saying lies the head that wears the Since Un-kuee-- croWn The Spaniards in Cuba are de- ¬ termined not to let the Americans in the Klondike get ahead of them At Matanzas they are eating dog meat Two Cincinnati men were 200 for stealing organ pipes hags there were extenuating cumstances Tney may nave next door to the organ fined Per- - cir nveu I Nicholas Fish left Siboney Tues day on a government transport with the exhumed body of his son Sergeant Hamilton Fish Jr one of the first soldiers killed in Cuba Davidson in the Eighth district is not a candidate for re election It is expected that John Bennett or Brutus J Clay will be the Republican opponent of Hon G G Gilbert Congressman Congressman Sam J Pugh the Republican member from the Ninth district has been unanimously re- ¬ nominated His Democratic oppo- ¬ nent has not yet been selected IS4- Brannersreuther of the Charleston raised the stars and stripes over the Ladrones His name beinir the lonirest thinir at hand was used as a flagpole Between claiming the naval victory won by Schley and quarrel- ¬ ing with Shatter over the dregs found in the Santiago bottle and friend Sampson seems to be work i ing himself into a frame of mind V D Lieut They have a special antipathy to persons who wear mustaches or beards Since the regulators have committed their deeds it is only nec- ¬ essary for one of the band to notify a person to shave in a given time In the event the command is not re- ¬ spected the regulators call on the person in question in a body and shave him themselves Judge Warner E Settle Judge Hank B Hines Editor Ben Watt Judge John B Gnder and others who have gloried in their hanusome and luxuriant mustaches have suf¬ fered at the hands of the regula- ¬ They were each ordered to tors shave and promptly obeyed Circuit Clerk Will II Jones who prizes his mustacne highly re- ¬ solved to defy the regulators which After re ¬ he did to his sorrow ceiving proper notice he still de- ¬ clined to sacrifice his hirsute ap-¬ pendage The next morning some of the regulators called at his office at the court house and with a Bar- ¬ low knife proceeded to shave one Hopkinsvillc Produce flarket Mr side of the Clerks mustache Jones although a bear hunter and Cash prices paid by Hopkinsvillc merchants Indian fighter was as a babe in the hands of the regulators and Bacon V was forced to submit to the sacri- ¬ Bams country fice It was only a short while un 810c til he went to a barber shop and Shoulders v 4J5Jc Since then had the job completed 7c Sides -jk Mayor G E Townsend ex Mayor utZg i c Juaru Mallory County Clerk Will H Edley J and others have received notice to Country Produce They immediately com shave Butter plied and now nearly every prom- ¬ 7c EgRa inent man in the city is wearing a Now feathers 2528c clean upper lip Beeswax 182le If the style is considered advan- ¬ Tallow tageous in the direction of personal Ginseng per lb 222n pulchritude Editor John B Gaines Honey vj7A8c should not be permitted to escape 26cTub war hod wool Gteaed 1318e Correspondent Kenneth F Har- ¬ ris sends this opinion of the Santi- ¬ Poultry ago Cubans Y chickens live per dozf50l8 v J 2c Roosters When we were on board the Yu- ¬ catan a visiting naval officer from 5 i Sampsons fleet was asked what a rain S3 Clover per bushel vl the Cubans looked like and how 45c Corn they were armed His reply was r They look like the devil and they Wheat are armed with anything they can 50c Com shelled get It was a sufficiently accu- ¬ Live stock rate description Nearly all of the Hogs1 insurgents of Santiago de Cuba are negroes with perhaps a slight in- ¬ Sheep 250300 fusion of the Spanish blood Cattle S250350 i tails Money loaned at ft per Lent on first class real estate for a term of 5 years Wo have for sale some of tho bes building lots in tho city aud on terms to suit purchasers Prices rangiug from 20 to 13000 Thoy are located in nearly every part of the city We also havo for salo farms in this and adjoining counties Theso farms are owned by parties who wish to soil Below is a partial list of them A least money ever nmnufsct urod Thebc8t Machin6for the JF flimpto Light running noisolesa durable afl rJffMaW 10 Every Afachino Vwiitrnntod a years 21 Fine Farm near Kennedy A f50 Mschino for for and freight prepaid Woll improved good laud wellwa tored and timbered 180 acres Cash must accompany al orders ¬ Price A J 5400 Farm of 350 acres on Buttermilk Road SPECIFICATIONS Tho Head Ts five and ouolinll Inches high Inside and eight and onehaI Inches Ion measurement This lssa high as any family maohlno nmdeand mast not be confounded with the medium or so called high arm ma chlnca The bead plate sell into orjcrel with the table The Needle Is straight Jself aetlng flat on lie side and cannot be sotjwrong wrtJ Tho Shuttle Is open on the end cylinder ihape and absolutely self threading The Bearings Arc all steel well flitd and tdjuqtnble Self threading The machine Is self thread- ¬ ing and no holo to put the thread through except the eye of the needle Tho Feed Is positive In action and has no springs to get out of order Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind the oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread The Stitch Is double lock stitch The srmc on both sides and will not ravel Can bo lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty stitches to the inch ThoTenslon Is a flat spring tension and ad justable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nlcklo plated and has a looso wheel attached to operate bobbin- - winder without running maohlno The Movement Is tho celebrated eccentric movements positively action and fewor work ¬ ing parts than any machine on tho market Ihc Stand Has large balance wheol hangs on two odjustablo centers The treadleislartse and hangs In conocentors and all lost motion can bo taken up asters under evch end and can be easily moved A nice dress guardoverj ¬ Two thirds in fine timber good im provements well watered 8 mile from tho city Big bargain Prico 900 ¬ Farm of 106 acres onButlcr Road J J Threo and ono half miloB from the city well improved good orchard nnd never failing water Prico -- t750 A farm of 20 acres on saino road 3J miles from the city woll improv ed A good poultry or market gar don farm in good neighborhood Price 100 Farm of 75 acres on Greenville directions The Furniture Is well made highly pol Ishcd and elegant In appearance All these machines will be sent out with oak furniture unless walnut Is specified Koch machine has a lock to e drawers and cover nlco nickel plate drop rlugs to all drawers All machines are well packed and crated HKAD OUK GUAKANTEB Kew Mathews Machine is warranted lo ycats from date of purchaso and thirty days trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction Is not given tho machine may bo rcshlpped to to us nt our expense and the money paid ui will be Th wheci to keep dress from getting on wheel Attachments Aro tho famous Johnsons set tin box and consists of tucker mfller four hpintucrs binder qullter foot hemmcr and fellor under braider and sheerer oil can and oil two -- ere drivers i bobbins paper of needles thumb screw guago and book ol In a i refunded promptly funded Under this guarantee you run no risk what ¬ ever in purchasing tho New Mathews Machine You have thirty days trial of It In your own home and If for anr reaon you should wish to return tho machine it may eo shipped to us at our expense and tho money will bo re¬ 1 12ilc Road Six miles from tho city The very best place in the neighborhood timber good wuter buildings orch ard and in n fine state of repair Price 5550 A All communications regarding the New Mathews Machine should bo addressed to CHAS M MEACHAM ¬ t21c Hopkinsvillc Ky Description ol the Improved New Mathews Machine f This machine is innnufaclured with tho view of supplying a long felt vant to wit A Modern High arm first clnss Sewing Machine with nlf late improvements and of firat cliiBS material and good workmanship in6luding Twenty acres of timber the remain the best and latest Attachments at a reasonablo price A book of instrucing in high state of cultivation All tions nccompanies every machine tho buildings in good condition In raakiug your romittauco wo prefer postoffice money order registered splendid neighborhoodetter express money ordes or New York Exchange Individualcbecks unPrice -- T S2200 less certified to will not be received 100 acres 5 Miles From City on 1 very fine little Farm of 87 acres near Elmo 2 ¬ - ¬ rf67c M2o Russeliville Pike near church and school Price 136 Well improved 15 acres of timlipr 1800 acres on Ducker Mill road AN OPE To DR SAMUEL The average politician generally peers into the future Congress- ¬ man Richardson of Tennessee an- ¬ nounces himself a candidate for the speakership of the next House if it is Democratic the persons who called yesterday to inquire after Albert Wales knee filled fifteen pages in a large register This rush was almost equal to a busy subscription day in the Kentuck of fv Maj Gen Jas H Wilson commands the division in which the Kentucky boys will fight at San He was graduated from Juan West Point in 1860 served through the civil war and resigned from the army in 1870 to enter the railroad business He was appointed from Delaware at the beginning of the war with Spain His name is men- ¬ tioned as the probable Military Governor of Cuba ¬ The names ian office The Third District Republican committee has called a congress- ¬ Dr Whitsitt in resigning the Presidency of the Southern Baptist Seminary made a mistake in one respect To put his retirement a year ahead insures another twelve months of discord in the denomi- ¬ nation If Dr Whitsitt wanted to resign he might have done sograce- fully and quit at once He Knew a Thing or Two ional convention to meet at Russell They tell a story in Company H ville Sept 14 Two or three un- ¬ of a prisoner who on a recent oc knowns are candidates it being casion changed places with his conceded in advance that Rhea will Calves 30032f Lambs Si00425 flides aud Furs Green hides 67c Green salted hides 7c Dry flint Vegetables New potatoos per bushel 75c Cabbage per head 85c Watermelons Florida 2583e Flour Retail Patent per bbl 125 Standard per bbl 3751 Hay Clover per cut 55c Good Timothy 70c Bran retail 12Jc Tomatoes Faucy per doz 20c Choice per doz 10c Green Corn Fancy doz ears 10c Choice doz ears 8o 65 acres of bottom land 2 good houses 2 barns well watered 15 acret limber Prico 500 cash 1100 WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD CASTORIA AND AS OUR TRADEMARK PITCHERS CASTORIA v nRS 1 LETTER I balance in one and 2 years at 6 per cent Tho host farm in tho neighborhood Besides these wo havo other fhrrne for sale and will tako pleasure in showing aiiy of them to parties wish ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab Btracts of title furnished all purchus ers Now is the time to buy roai estate Three tracts of coal lands two of the mines partially developed Vein of coal 5 foot thick finest qual ity One tract contains 000 acres ono 175 acres ono 05 acres All within i mile Illinois Central l It Will sell at bargains and on easy terms Uoro aro fortunes for the PITCHER of Hijcmnis Massachusetts fl2a was the originator of CASTORIA the same that has borne and does now bear on every the fae simile signature of wrapper This is the original CASTO R A which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see thai it is the kind you have always bought en ihc OSzfMy I per and has the signature of No one has authority from The Centaur Company of which Chas CzkffiZfa me to use my wrap- ¬ name except H Fletcher is President ing hotel at tho famous Dawson bpnngs Will sell at a bargain or oxchnngo for improved farming land well locuted right men For salo or exchange a good pay Do Not Be Deceived Do not a cheap because gredients BASEBALL SPECIAL be elected Although Gen Toral took several days to confer with his home government before he surrendered he is to be tried by court martial for exceeding his authority in sur rendering the troops not under his guard under unique circumstances ¬ ¬ immediate command Blanco call- ¬ ed to task for it lays it on Toral to clear his own skirts M Zola does not seem to be suf- ¬ fering any serious inconvenience from his sentence in the Dreyfus He has on a visit to Bel matter ¬ The sentry was superintending the digging of a trench by the un- ¬ RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS GAMES property in Christian county Ky fortunate prisoner The day was Louisville 4 Brooklyn 1 William Robinson Agt warm so warm in fact that the Bostoc 7 St Louis 4 guard divested himself of his side Baltimoje 7 Cleveland 3 Office Webber Street arms and blouse and rested his rifle Cincinnati 2 Washington 3 Hopkinsvillc Ky against a tree It grew warmer New York 5 Pittsburg 7 still and he who was supposed to Chicago 15 Philadelphia 5 keep watch was enticed away by iflfrit the sight of a bit of cool shade sev HOW THEY STAND I eral yards away He sat down Clubs 0 Won ost PC as sentries sometimes do fell and Cincinnati 52 28 G50 asleep The digger of trenches Boston 50 2 633 had up to this time been busily at 46 Baltimore 29 613 OBttnjBStmunYmn work ing houso at sell on easy terms or oxchango for good notes Tho ownors busincsp compels him to reside elsowhere HO aero ranch well improved near San Diego Cal Will oxchango for For sale a good flret class boardDawson Springs Will ¬ endanger the life of your child by accepting1 substitute which some druggist may offer you he makes a few more pennies on it the inof which even he does not know ¬ The End You Have Always Bought OF BEARS THE SIGNATURE Insist on Having The Kind That Never Med You TMI CIMTAUn COMrANY TT MORBAY OTBICT htWYOIIK CITY N RAILY 55 No 002 gium and Norway after writing to the court officials that he would be back in October to reappear be- ¬ fore the judges who sentenced him to a years imprisonment K I ST IK h i Lieut Southerlands ship the Eagle has again distinguished herself by destroying the Santa Domingo a Spanish steamship loaded with cattle on July 12 The affair occurred near Cape Francis and yvas reported a day or two Inter but it was not then known tMat the Bagle did the work vefttff I Mr Now a brilliant idea occurred to him In a moment he had put on the sentrys vcast off regalia and was standing over the sleeping owner of the same gun in his hand The guard awoke with a start Taint no use to kick pard Cleveland Chicago New York 47 46 41 Pittsburg Philadelphia Brooklyn T 42 34 said the erstwhile prisoner got to finish the job You neednt kick or Ill report you for sleeping on duty And so it was Before there turn places were exchanged again and no one Vas the wiser VW Mf7 Washington youve Louisville St Louis ft 32 32 25 24 30 35 36 36 40 43 48 55 59 610 568 532 538 459 427 300 313 289 TIME TABLE Effective Dee LvHopklnsvillo Ar 1rlncoton Arllcndernon ArKvaiuvllle Lv dally dally dally IopVlti8villoGG0an 340pm 8 Aeom No 851 smmmmmmmmsmmmmmmmy Dont Do a Tiling 97 No 372 Warn at IjouIsvIUo Arladucah ArMemphU ArNowOrleana ArllopVlnuvlllo 1100am 820 wn Aconv SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY r10iiu 818am 830am 7Spm NoitSS 801 daily 810am No 10 00 ti hi 7oaim boo inn oftnm G AcoW dally i 80 p m g- - I I i Jntll you have seen my new line of imported iSjim SPRING AND SUMMER I SUITINGS ¬ mmrgQ 1 Miss Beulah Harned is visiting Tlio wer a total low in Clarksville at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Washington Chicago Louisville at Brooklyn Pittsburg at New York St Loujs at Boston dally anf Lv Kvunavlllo PO Jam Livuenaoraoa oooam map Bi OOnpjn jv MopkliiHvllle rrincoion Ar r 8 80 a m I M II m WII Train No m liu throuKh eliairear and wlcwp- er from Irlnuton to Nuw Orleans vii Mm- J 4 HKxwoan nt VAKiaiOMD Aconi No 833 guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMANSHIP thejbest that money can secure No II South Main J I Xobiti Tailor 1 Cleveland at Baltimore AKi no - vJuiuiUiwiiiuuuuuWiii 3 3 U nrfff MtrnrMniM lBSBwiS CURINO A SHIRKER TALUS OF FRUITS TJwy Are of the Groatest Aii Forms of Dlueaa John B Cattleman la HUmj Arthur GLangham Brookinridgo Caetlotnau -- VJ Summary Punishment ijjwn the Lazy Man UIVH Visited Royal firatt UIU iU oftihow tia nni row rtScy lazy private oIIm h trnntl -D w In hia reg 1mot It was totue Philadelphia Times apptfarVtiiktJthe follow curlo shirking accordiuK wna tit terly uo good lie hud beou dm f tod into aervico and theroefter dovotod hia whole timo and attention to got ting out of itHo apeut morothau half of his Time In the hospital tent Ho rnn thogiuiiiit of all the diaoasoB that ilbsh is heir tp orhari acquired through its own misguided effortB Somehow oven tho BQority of military discipline was inadequate to hia caso Bhirk ho could h and would Ouo day tho rogimeut wbb ordered lo battle ThorbwaB to be a long hard march and a fierce conflict at tho end cf it When tho ordora came tho shir ker collapBod- - He was takon to an am- biflancd where ho lay apparently in a comatose condition hearing nothing Sheering nothing Tho eurgoou a now officor juat nppoiutod on tho Btaff wbb Rent for to boo him Tho physician chanced to bo a keon wittod man and after taking in tho situation ho band aged the fellows eyes motioned to a privato to take his feot whilo ho him self took tho head and without moro ndo dumped tho comatose shirker ihoad fororaostinto tho river Ab it was tho dead of wiutor with ice bldcks clogging tho water a moro violent romody could not be imagined and the way tho fellow swam to Bhoro was a caution From that day forth ho waB never known to try his game of ahirk again ¬ POST-DISPATCH r-- SNAPSHOTS Tho Hawaiian climate is excellent for whiakera It is tho good and uot PriucesB Chimay who dio young Should Undo Henry light tho peo- pie again ho will uso smokeless pow v der- - i L - p Moukoylng with the eloctric fun in not a bad substitute for similar work with tho buzz Baw v Tho aumraor widower capable of fooling remorse may live to be a very good man There is hope for him TTrom o party point of view the tDiiumium uppuiuiuiuut ihhuu ul uuubu there aro bo few appoiutmentB that go TV with it Tollgates are Btill to bo seen within tho limits of Philadelphia t The Pennsylvaniau makeB every old thing pay something It is not a good thing to be Mayor of Greater Now York Mr Vau Wyck is already appearing iu print as an i ntnaziugasa FJqstotBce business may beconaider obly increased now that ovory Bonder of u tolegraphio moasage must uso a POPULATION OF RUSSIA revouuo Btamp It ia noted that iiudynrd Kipling Onsus of 1870 Showed 35 Inhabitants to the Square Mile haabeguh to grow abdominally lur In 1870 tho population of Eussia gerj This may havo como of his stay n Europe was 05700559 or about Lhobi fat republic of territory totiiiMilesiB juatlypraised forloav 35 souls to tho square milebe included If Poland and Finland iugitio glory of Santiago to Gou the totalpopulation will bo increased s1mfter jjJJothing bo becomes a great to 73504592 yk but the density of popBOldWas a proper recognition of tho ulation will not be changed as tho nleritsofhis subordinates denso settlement of Poland is neu ¬ A company of woapoued and rough tralized by tho sparse population of ¬ Finland In 1897 the riding Oklahoma girls want to bo off tion had increased to total populaof 106159141 to the war It is likely however that which 94188750 wero assigned to thoj will bo loft at homo to marry Russia in Europc and tho density of and givotho army soldiers iu the good tho population had risen to 51 to the olil fashioned way square mile Tho returns of Russia in Asia aro naturally imperfect but The World Does Hove tho census of 1897 gave 23053000 souls and tho density of population Lot mo tsee said tho first man ro- - about four to tho square mile For floctively you may bo bettor poBtod tho whole empire the density is 15 Wub Aloxan souls to the square mile This low pn history than X am dor tho Groat known as Fighting figuro is due to Siberia where only 12 marks tho population to the square Aloolir mile and to central Asia which gave No onlv 50 to the same territory Poland 4And Frederick tho Groat wasnt is the most densely settled 192 to tho known as Fighting Fred was hot square milo and Caucasia does not greatly differ from tlio averago for lrWOi And tho RoinaiiB didnt call Julius European Russia 533 to tho squaro milo If theso figures be compared Caoanr Fighting JuTo did they with the returns of tho United States No census it will bo seen that European And Gouge Washington hjia uot Russia has more than twice tho den ¬ porno down to pqatorjty Fighting sity of population of tho TJnitedi m States 218that Polondis as thickly fettled as Now Jersey 1938 and that WoV Now Moxjpo equals Siboria in sptirso And nobody over called Napoloon ness of inhabitants W O Ford in t Fighting P6pular Science Monthly Nap1 Historic Spots No AndHaiiuiliahviia juat plain Hauni The knowledge andmrchaeological rV nlU research of Sir Reginald Palgravo r Uhi wHIiniif nntririllS III ail I i uuy ltln uiu tho cleric of parliaments havo apper ¬ Yoa tained the cxnofc spots in Westminster VHow yqry ptoulUrltauirmurod tho ball occupied by Oharlcs I on his nv man rucK trial and by Strafford during thejpro cqedings which terminated m his at V Wfafc ff Veeojme pf th Vfire-eat- taincr These historic places have i wiWUWIJO WHSWtjUltt-- been marked on tho floor bvooranfore- - r Fruits aro of great value in many forms of disease says Modern Medi- ¬ cine because of tho acids which they The Largest Fire Insurance Company in the World contain These acids when taken into tho blood break up some of the Does tho Largest Bu8ineB8Jiu tho State of Kentucky compounds of waste substances which iioofj tho Largest Business in the Southern Statos have been formed and thus give xis to an increased excretion of these sub ¬ Losses Paid in Kentucky in 1996 1 24983102 stances through the kidneys In this way fruits are a great advantage in tho treatment of rheumatism gout gravel andall tho different morbid conditions wkich accompany tho so called uric MaiingcrB Southern Department acid diathesis The observations of Hoig respecting tho relation of uric General Office Louisville acid to neurasthenia give to fruit a great dietetic value in this disease He has shown that neurasthenia is alWalter F0arnett Co Resident Agenfs Hopkinsville Ky most always tho result of tho accumu- ¬ lation within tho system of tissuo wastes largely in tho form of uric IN acid Tho free use of fruits aide in tho elimination of theso poisons not only by breaking up tho compounds which thoy form within tho body but by stimulating tho kidneys to increased normal activity Remembering tho interesting fact pointed out bv Bouchard that rheu- ¬ matism is really a toxemis resulting Importer and Manufacturer of from the decomposition of food stuffs in a dilated or prolapsed stomach wo may also attribute tho beneficial ef¬ fects of a fruit diet in rheumatism and allied conditions to its value in sup pressing the formation of poisonous substances in the alimentary canal in the manner already pointed out Obesity which is like rheumatism a diathesis may be successfully treated by a fruit dietary This is duo not only to the fact that fruit is a natural food and thus aids the system to es- ¬ tablish normal tissue metamorphosis and a normal balance between the processes of assimilation and disas similation but also because it affords F M WHITLOW of Hopkinsville Ky is my solicitor a very comfortable means of reducing MR ¬ the amount of nutriment material received to a minimum quantity Fruit is chiefly water the amount of nutriment material it contains vary ¬ ing from five to eight or ten per cent in most fruits rising to a higher figuro only in dried fruits such at dried grapes prunes dates etc The writer is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these has succeeded in reducing excessive They care little for truth days of yellow journalism weight in the most satisfactory man- ¬ and a great deal for temporary sensation ner by prescribing a diet consisting almost exclusively of grapes or apples It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD allowing only a small bit of thorough- ¬ The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability ly dried bread or zwieback in connec- ¬ It prints the news all the news and tells the truth tion with the fruit In some casesthc fruit may be allowed as often as three about it or four times a day if necessary to It is the only American newspaper outside New York city relieve an uncomfortable sensation of that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service and its emptiness fevers fruits especially in the In own staff correspondents and artists at the front in both form of fruit juices are a most con- ¬ hemispheres venient and certainly the most ap- ¬ It is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world propriate of all foods It is now al- ¬ most universally recognized that beef Its war news service is unapproachably the best tea and meat preparations of all sorts Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier should be wholly proscribed in cases of fever as the patient is already suf We read the news in the other papers fering from tho accumulation of waste ad- ¬ matters to such a degree that tho then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to dition of even the small amount con ¬ see how much of it is true tained in beef tea or a small piece of meat may be sufficient to give rise to Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received Address THE CHICAGO RECORD lSl an exacerbation cf the disease andles by all postmasters Madison street Chicago sen the patients chances for recovery Insurance Company OFj LIVERPOOL S BAEBEE CASTLEMAN War News tjnfafnauatutta ¬ y HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub- scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most re liable war news ESTABLISHED 1852 SAMUEL HODGSON ¬ Grranite Monuments TABILEiTS etc xyxcLX UIU and c C The Daily CLARliSVILLE TENNESSEE I 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 rvery department of the paper is supplied with a news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky ¬ RELIABILITY ¬ war mmesimmi vsPMPIIJPmlliB 111 i 4i ivrlBnwUiimMaraiiiMUnrt 111 Daily deliveed the city a T C HANBERY MFSHRYEK 10 Cts Per Week ii PEOPLES WAREHOUSE HANBERY SHRYER Proprs KY WBM Mb Tele 99 2 RnilroadJtfeBotwoon Tonth RATES BY MAIL t ¬ HOPKINSVILE S2fCareful attention given to Bampltng and soiling nil tobacco consigned to ub Liberal ndvaucoa on tobacco in Htoro All tobacco inBiired unlos otherwiso instructed NAT GAITHER JAS WEST Daily One Month Daily Three Months Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition -- 1 35 iOO 400 yr200 QAITHER TOBACCO WEST 1 t COMMISSION MERCHANTS Kentuckian is printed in 1 new and attractive type and its y I he IIIJSI ww M l i HOKINSVILLE KY Liberal advances made on Tobacco W G Four months storage Free VV rllllll I I IK I II III I II w li i I I ill i w Wheeler II Faxon Subscribe Now Anr m Wheeler Mills 8 Tobacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants Co Qrain Dealers u H Pit 1 w TIia Mawc m L Fire Ir oof Warehouse oor nussELLvuLE and r Ky sts Hfopkinsville Liberal Advance on Consignments All Tobaooo dont us Ooverod by Insurcinoo l jv t r o5iiu iu juui buusisi jjjLiiiii vy man KjVLii iii ine omce in ine iven- 1 tuckian Building first floor at 212 y South Main Street or telephone w r v v v v Ev w i 1898 1 THE GREAT SUMMER RESORT 1 1898 Dawson Springs Arcadia House ¬ 5 T 99 2 Address Dawson Hopkins County Kentucky Theso colobratod olinlyboato and salts springs am situated liumortlfitoly upon tho Louisville and Memphis division or tlielllliiota CcutrM railroad formuny UhcanpunkOi Ohio mid Soutlnventorn UaUnmd 108 inUea vyest ol LouIhvIHo Ky ami Mi mlluR east of Iaduoah Ky Tkf Aroudla IIouhii iBilowund nMly furnished with capacity of oiitcrtnlnniK io por uns The owners oj the hotel aro ftoownoraot tho Spring and tho Kiiesta of the Arcadia llouliavlriHaoQewstothprliiW Without oxtraehar Invalid nhoud renmnber that tlm Hiiwtli o Jii ami July offr wnradvrtttK8 to persons vUltlUK tho tnrlK Tliutfrjr to apply to ud liulrtHltart HiMiufaetuxedattlmae Wprlnuu ForpsmphliHg Ghas M Meacliam Publisher 1 1 h iJ HOPKINSVILLE 1 KY atHntiaUH Q f f Vi1ff ItatbrMMi I w i w NMJlOtEMAN 00frourtore n - Ci lUjjMUilJUJLUMaUllUllllBlil I ujiii in II BBBBBHBWBHHR A 11 WW Si HPIHIM VJSCHIBKfflBmMai i 4 STRANGE UDY SUPPED SHAFTER DOG- - DAYS COMING ¬ blves the Slip to a Lady Who Sylvester Scovcll May be Sen ¬ Let tiiiCufcicji km a War fare on Canines tenced to be Shot Befriended Her ij i CONSUMER J READ THIS CAREFULLY COMPARE WITH WHAT YOU OAK DO ELSEWHERE AND LOOK TO YOUR C t Will be Tried by Court Martial for Every Day1 We Read of Some ¬ Clave Her Name as Flora Wallace Striking the American body Being Bitten by Eighteen General and Her Age k f a Mad Dog 4 Years kT W IS INTEREST AND NOT OURS - m ifflt Pot v Yesterday evening1 a young wo ¬ man in a buggy drove up lo the house of Mr Torian just South of town on the Cox Mill road and said she was sick and asked to be al- ¬ lowed to come in and lie down for a few minutes Mrs Tonan granted her request and at the expiration of half an hour she said she was still so sick she would wait a while longer At sunset T5he asked to be allowed to stay all night and her horse was put up She said her name was Flora Wallace and that her fathers name was Wm Wallace and that he lived a few miles noth of Hopkins ville She was well dressed PSV it and wore her dark brown hair hanging down her back She claimed to be eigh- ¬ teen years of age This morning she remarked before starting away that her mother wanted a house- ¬ keeper and when Mrs Torian said she would like to have the place invited her to get in the buggy with lier and go home with her to see her mother about it Mrs Torian did so and came to town with the pretty stranger the r When they got to to gopostoflice Miss in for her and Wallace ask her inquire for her mail Mrs Torian did as requested and when she returned to the street the young lady had disappeared OPPOSED BY JOLLY I1 Doesnt Want Republicans Recommend Election Com missioners to ti 1 The Hon George W Jolly who is seeking the Republican nomina- ¬ tion for Congress in the Second dis- ¬ trict has addressed a letter to each of the County Chairman in his dis- ¬ trict requesting that they pay no attention to the letter of Chairman Barnett of the State Central Com- ¬ mittee relative to recommending Election Commissioners for appoint- ¬ ment by the State Election Board Mr Jolly contends that the Goeble law is unconstitutional and that Republicans should not recognize it mi jfi mi PIrr itj Chairman Barnett says he recom- ¬ mended the said action after con- ¬ sulting with members of the State Committee He denies that the recommendation of Election Com Corrected Unity Uy lien Ituwllnn ltnnlcor Mrj Emily Bobb of Texas who nud llroker Ilopklnsvllle Ky missioners will commit the Repub arrived here the first of the week lican party or jeopardize its stand ona visit to Mrs Alex Campbell Chicago Market ing in court Opg Higt Closing will spend the summer with Mrs Albert Kelly near Casky 78 Cash Wheat Surgeon Takes a Bride 69 67 Miss Bessie Leavell of Hopkins Dr O W Rash of Henderson Sept Wheat 68tf G8 68 67 Dec Wheat ville and Mrs M E Bacon of How and Miss Ella Waddill were united 33 33 33 ell Ivy are the guebls of Mrs Joe in marriage at the home of the Sept Corn 33 33 33 Dec Corn Quarles on Main street Clarks parents in Madisonville brides 19 20 19tf ville Times Tuesday morning at 1020 oclock Sept Oats 9 87 9 95 Sept Pork 9 95 the Rev J W Story officiating HERE AND THERE 5 60 5 67 Sept Lard 5 65 says the Henderson Journal 5 65 5 62 Sept Ribs 5 62 Dr Rash received orders from calls 68 30 head young cattle and fine the War Department to report for Sept wheat puts 67 Milk Cows for sale W W Ware once duty at Fortress Monroe at New York Stocltn anil Cotton fu- ¬ and as a marriage in the near Rufus Moore col aged 35 died Opg Higt Closing ture had already been settled upon Aug Cotton 5 87 5 82 5 87 in the city last night after a brief they concluded to marry and go to- ¬ Am Tob 1 19 i 19 1 19 illness gether to Dr Rashs post of duty Chicago Gas 98 tf 98 98 tf We sincerely hope the good peo- The bride is the pretty and ac- ¬ C B 1 05tf 1 05 1 05K Q of our city will come out to nighMo complished daughter of Hon O L 52 52 N 52J the recitations of poetical character Waddill a wealthy and prominent Manhattan 1 05 1 05 1 05 given by Mr R D Martin at the lawyer of Madisonville She is Sugar 1 32 1 33 1 32 Court House at 8 oclock shap The quite young and exceedingly popu ¬ Coal Iron 24 24 2Vt pieces to be recited by him are of lar in tlje highest society circle ChlciiRO lleculjita To day his own composition and we are 65 Cars assured they present features of Wheat Henderson Wheat Crop 375 Cars very considerable merit Corn The ef- ¬ forts of this gentleman are worthy Several thousand bushels of new Oats 159 Cars wheat were disposed of by Hcndcr-Bon- - Hogs 34000 Head of public support and we trust he county fanners to local buy Cattle 10500 Head will have a full house Admission The ruling price fee ten cents at the door ers yesterday Katlmntod ItucelntH To morrow was 72 although a considerable We cordially commend to our 98 Cars Wheat quantity was bought for 70 350 Cars readers the intertainmont to be The yield per acre is reported as Corn 225 Cars given to night at the Court House highly satisfactory and even if the Oats 26000 by Mr R D Martin the rccita J price goes no higher than at pres- ¬ Hogs tionist who will render various po ¬ II ok Market ent an enormous amount of money etical pieces of his own composition will be in circulation by the sale of Hogs To day 34000 Mr Martin is totally blind and by the present crop Journal 20000 these public recitations is endeav Hogs To morrow 395 oring to secure self HUpport Light We 397 Remember the flalne Mixed hope our citizens will liberally pa ¬ 380 tronize him Place to get your line Merchant Rough Admission fee at the 402 i door only ten Tailoring is by Fowright Pants Heavy cents Entertain made for 3 5 7 and Suits14 Total Clearance ment will begin at 8 oclock 1520 West 7th street opposite Wheat and Flour Exp 255000 bus promptly J Jfaw JCr office I I I I I I -- Special Washington July 21 uMr Thomas Rowland wlio was Shafter has not notified the brought here from Eddyville to Gen War Department of the disgraceful have the mad stone applied is at conduct of Sylvester Scovel the the residence of RevDuncansays New York World correspondent a Paducah paper He is in a very who slapped his face during the bad condition and one of his little ceremonies incident to the occupa fingers will have to be amputated to tion nf the Governor s palace inr day Santiago and the raising of the As will be remembered he was United States flag over the capitu attacked by a vicious dog while in lated city the field pulling weeds He was Assistant Judge Advocate Gen knocked down and terribly bitten Morrison says the offense is a most before help could arrive his hands serious one and that it is punisha ¬ arms and face being chewed in a ble by death most horrible manner Mr Row ¬ According to the reports Scovel land has been a preacher for fifty- was arrested and is now in custody one years The method of procedure is the Instead of having his wounds appointment of a military court by dressed by some doctor after being Gen Shafter bitten he wrapped a few old dirty According to information obtain- ¬ rags around them and came to Pa ¬ able here Scovel attempted to make ducah to have the mad stone ap- ¬ himself a part of the commission plied Now there is imminent dan- ¬ assigned to raise Old Glory at San ger of blood poison in which event tiago he will lose his life JHad the The guards forced him to retire wound on his little finger been This so angered him that he properly dressed at the start am- ¬ pushed his way through the crowd putation would not have become to Gen Shafters side and insult necessary ingly slapped his face The affair at Eddyville calls at- ¬ The general was ignorant of tention to the fact that Hopkinsville Scovels treatment at the hands of has several hundred moredogsthan his soldiers and was at loss to are needed and it is aboutthe right know the cause of his conduct time for the city council to take the He ordered the correspondent ar- ¬ canine question in hand rested however and the latter is Only one mdre meeting will be now said to be in a strongly pro- ¬ held before dog daysand the tected guard house work of killing and collaring dogs Scovels fate rests entirely in ought to be put on foot at that meet ¬ Shafters hands so long as he is ing within his jurisdiction Owensboro has recentlyj thinned The court martial can sentence out the town dogs and the city has Scovel to be shot not been injured in the least by the efficient work of the official pois A FALSE ALARM oner The towil dog as a rule is a nui- ¬ Out on sance and it would be a good idea Fire Department Ordered if the council would discourage the a Wild Goose Chase canine industry by putting the dogs under the provisions of the anti- A fire alarm was turned in at 1 stock law 7zy oclock to day and after trying in vain to find out about it the fire de- ¬ PERSONAL GOSSIP partment set out to hunt for th fire going in the direction from which Stanley Long went to Henderson the alarm came this morning on a visit to relatives When the firemen reached the L Mrs Geo W Center has returned N railroad they found that home from a visit to relatives in somebody had seen a dense cloud of Trenton smoke escaping from a locomotive Miss Lanna McLeod of Madison on the track and supposing a fire ville is visiting Mrs L R West was breaking out turned in the alarm from the nearest box There of Sixteenth street Mr G R Pierce will leave this was no fire evening for Gill Todd county to TO DAYS MARKET REPORT attend a ten days meeting to be held near that place Prices Spot Cash AND GOOD FOR THIS WEEK ONLY 8 Cakes of either Ark or Torn Boy Soap 14 pounds of Leaf Lard 5 i t f - Ht t 15c i Stone Ware any size Jug Jar or Crook from 1 gallon up- Gal 80 1 Box 3 Cakes Sweet Maiden or American Beauty Toilet Soap 10c H 1 Wash Tub Wash Board and Cake Laundry Soap 43c t3r r lt4 P 2 Cakes Enoch Morgan Sons Sapolio 15c it 7 Packages Pearline 25c tJ 1 Box 3 Cakes Lana Oil or La Tosca Toilet SoaprV20c 6 Boxes Bull Dog or Franklin Lyes 25c 2 Plugs Ky Diamond Tobacco 15c J 10 Clothes Pins 1C 1 bbl Best Standard Flour 345 1 lb Lyon or Cadova Coffees 10c r 7 1 Childs G arden Set Rake HoeVandSpalde lOo J 1 vi - ioo - - r N L n - U 1 r J- J - - m A- - V - V- - m v- - 3 i - - -- 2400 Matches 12 Boxes 1 bbl Best Patent Flour 1 Cob Pipe 1 - - H r jt n t 10c s1 395 yv Y r- - t iu lc 20c Coffee Mill - iK xi 1 1 5 kO 1 v 50 lb Stand Leaf- Lard 12 Boxes best Carpet Tacks 9 lbs Bulk Soda f V rinTrfis Hnn1 Oil w Tnlimrifi Rnn W WWUd WM - r- - i 355 10c - 8 IT 1 ii 4 f r 25c 1 WWVJN rY r 25c V 6 Single Sheets Fly Paper - - - 5c No hmit to purchase except by amount of stock on hand We make a specialty of Cigars and Tobacco our line of the former 17 UC1I MTTVT ITI T T7T TTVT V U JLXN J X U WOJJjXVN TrT11VTmTT Lv TrT7 X1 lb 1U1 TTTT See us before making your purchase of Mason Fruit Jars TVT A 5 M i WT July 20 1898 Whistles for Cuba COOPER Much Sickness in Town Little Mabel Gooch the daughter of Mr E M Gooch Is very sick with catarrhal fever John B Everett Jr is reported very ill with typhoid fever at the home of his father in Pairview Mrs H C Moore is ill with the flux and it is feared that typhoid fever may develop A little daughter of Mr J W Adams is quite ill at their home on ten-year-old co J B Foley Company Wholesale and Retail Grocers Among other supplies shipped to the army in Cuba by the returning transports are 2000 whistles such as arc used by the police for scout- ¬ ing parties Two oi4 three of the rough riders who had been police- ¬ men in New York Washington and elsewhere happened to carry their whistles with them and they prov- ¬ ed so useful to scouts and skirmish- ¬ ers in giving signals that it is pro- ¬ posed to issue them to all ed officers South Campbell street She has fever Attention I O 0 F Mr John Boxley is confined to Members of Green River Lodge arc requested to attend lodge meet ¬ his bed with an attack of fever at ing Friday evening July 22 Bus ¬ the home of his brothcrMn law Dr iness of importance will be trans- ¬ J B Jacksop on South Virginia acted Degree team to meet at 7 street A little daughter of Mr W G p m Visiting brothers fraternal- ¬ Gooch is sick with malarial fever ly invited Ed J Duncan N G Mr Clemens Ueter who hao been W C Wrioht Secy sick for several days is able to be out today Sworn Out Warrant A warrant was sworn out before Mrs Herbert Lawson is suffering Judge Leavell to day by MolUe from malarial fever Mrs Lawson Bramc against Bettie Bishop alias is ajsp quite sick with some dia pkfovjllaKy r Bettie Wheeler charging her with ease using profane and vulgar language Mjfca Georgia Lawiwn is vthrfit The case will lie heard to niorrow end with n ttyHc pi typhoid dence with lmrckall oaWi JJra St Gotfitf J morning All arcoldred fever ¬ have jest received a carload of fine vehicles of all kinds If you want a fine buggy give us a call We are prepared to show you the finest styles in the city We have bug ¬ gies painted white gold blue green and in fact every color that is used in carriage painting Our white buggy with mahogany body and rubber tires cant be sur ¬ passed Our canaries with blue bodies and maroon trimmings also are very beautiful Wc take the liber ty to say with 15 years experience in some of the finest factories in tlie country enables us to know a good job with good Btyle and we know we canpleaBC any one in anythfaf in tjie vehicle line that can I pleased We have over forty jobs in stocK and need room and must have it We arelooking for more vfork aw nd have do place to nut it Com see us We will treat you right J B Folk V Co 1tl St NT 1