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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jyrrj- - niirtmimfitiin gend The i Ws 15 Cti a Week IxjjC Entnthianji HOPKINSVILLE KY SATURDAY AFTERNOON JULY 23 1898 LIVE NEWS Ever y Page We Set The Pace YfflPfOlp V PRIOE 2 CENTS M wtmh Uj T XT T i 2 j Mm- HE KISSED HER Gen Presents Jeff Davis Daughter at Atlanta Gordon 3d Officers KY GOES Will Remain With Gen Grant Ordered To Start at Once For Porto Rico Washington July 23 Special G en Fred Grants brigade consisting of the First and Third Kentucky and fifth Illinois was this morning ordered to Poro Rico to start as soon as the railroad accommodations can be secured G en Jvi i i lllCfC Is Case Of 4 Charleston Beats Louisville for Next Place of Meeting n Year From Now M HERES THE LIST Prison Commission Chooses the Yellow Fever In BmSoWfers Hospital at u 1i Atlanta Ga July 23 The next annual reunion of the United Con uiirh JitKl Cull rfrf ittV J I i i - i ifttt l Ft b Monrfli 4 Washiiltbnv JJuly general Sternberg stated this morning tlfat there is a case suspected case pg yellow fever among the Santiago founded soldiers in the hospital at Ft SdConroe He will go thee to day and look into the matter and if the report is true will taKeeileVgetic steps to prevent a spread of the disease 4 IhRorted New York Ambuscade of A Washington f v Spanish Soldiers byiGarcia July 23 Special- special to the Watsons squadron will not sail if Spain will ask her friends to help stop the war There are reasons for believing1 the fleet will be broken up within a fortnight h A special tothe Herald says Hull UillUU a lUUI wugut uu bMtiiuiiui tiiiit wjiwi- fiBnsoluiers boundfor Santiago to surrender Report says Cubans am- Â¬ bushed the Spaniards but were repulsed with a loss of forty one killed and many wounded The Spanish loss was small Such action if true is foreign toUhe usgestof civilized warfare and would put Hie insur- vf It 18 reOrlUU Â¬ gents beyond the pale of recognition It issaid this morning that the government intends to send three PoftbjRiSxpeditfonsby land on three sides of the island and form a circleTarounu San Juan Within three weeks after landing MiIcsms ex Hectel to control the entire country Vi- i- U A TYPICAL SCENE AT MANILA t Mv a Tht tumble JYvAt ltf homes here shown are called the Nipa houses class pfnatives and arc considered qttJU swell They arc Inhabits uV iw ShififBf m af Nipe r- - And Victory on OnnSide tQrge Juan h tn The Topeka brings news of thq Special Key West July 23 lwvmbJirdmenborithe2lBt inst of the fortifications atNipo near Siigua Tlje Topeka 9pcncd tha fire followed by the Wash Annapolis and Eey en Thq troop Klcre forded to hbahdoh the forts arid then ihc AniQri- - wtjicnngcchthe Spanish warships disabling the cruder p t v lncftJPfififcf By the time fhe0jher Americana had forced three Spanish gunboiits lJyfy harbor to RHrrendarntd silenced the forts a body of ujrigcs y4Amer1ic1C Tifni iiretliii - NqXiricjEi um iwi vviufHff9rilil ui biiui M rj replaced 0o the Spapiah lag u xyu tiiK iiuiv The Spanish futaUtieHarfsbeiv State Election Comniissionqr W iTiinmmn w vn- - T EUi returned from Lqusville - ville The cew of federate Veterans will be held Charleston S C List of Deputies and Guards for By a vote of 1054 to 870 the con K Both Prisons A Few Officers vention to day decided the contest Not Elected Yet between the South Carolina city and favor jjJE Louisville in the formers The entry of Miss Winnie Daji was the signal of a remarkaljle Spec Frankfort Ky July 23 Miss Davis ws cial demonstration The Board of Prison Com- Â¬ escorted tathe front of the stage ti missioners met at the State Library Gen Gordon who introduced Jjr last night and elected the remain- Â¬ as the child of our immortal chio ing officers to serve at the peniten- Â¬ O tiaries with the exception of pris- Â¬ tain and our own child He said in the name of theorganW on physician at Frankfort and zation he would grasp her hand Deputy Warden at Eddyville The Kiss her General shouted o Commissioners stated that in all old veteran probability a number of those elec- Â¬ I have already done that ted would not serve The list aB plied Gen Gordqji given out by the board last night Miss Davis smilinclv bowed he Is as follows acknowledgments to her admirers For Eddyville prison George xne report oi me v ommmee pmj Catlett clerk Rev Breading chap- Â¬ Resolutions recommended that tlie lain Dr Brasher physician dates for the reunion be in futifrj Guards H Masters Jodie Hin nxea oetween ine isxn or uctoqe ton C S Bale M R Glenn J A and the 1st of May vj Kimble L P Smith John Bedford This evoked considerable oppo N C Drake John B Wilkins sition from its first reading and it Thomas Tanner J D Hall Robert was decided to leave the time for Hodges FoxNobnan Sam Nelson the reunion as has been in thepast Thomas Tobin James Harp By unanimous yote it was decide Cantrill Sam Bush Ben Preston ed to condemn the expression wan W J Martin Jr No election of 1 Ii 11 f otreDeiiion ft oeing appnea to iiq Deputy Warden struggle of 1861 65 and to urge thff For Frankfort prison Ed F designation of it as the civil wag McGrath Deputy Warden Lew G between the States1 This was1 Wallace chaplain J C Hubbard unanimously adopted w superintendent chair factory F S Baltzelle foreman McCreary Al- Â¬ Pever at Annapolis Also len foreman Booth foreman Magoffin foreman W L Da Special Annapolis July 33 vis lumber inspector Jack T Spanish Desha assistant lumber inspector Sickness among the prisoners at the NavaLAcademy is Guards T Connelly J A Duna Wester- Â¬ way James Donovan causing concern to the authorities ner Aaron Sullivan JamcsCai lisle who have ordered a strict watch Robert Armstrong C M Norris for the outbreak of yellow fever John Schwartz Auber Felthaus James Summers John Marshall Several Spaniards have high fever Pat Mclnery Jesse Suter Robert said to be malarial Morgan Brawner Abe Gum Ed Meager Newt Harrod T G New Â¬ The Irene in Chinese Waters man John Holton William Pols The grove Joseph Lane W G Bullock Special Berlin July 23 German cruiser Irene which has James Cassidy Harry Highmiller been at Kiab Chou China since Eph Lillard Jr Ed George Hen- Â¬ July 14 and the Gifion and Arcona ry Word Henry S Scott Rodney Baldwin Charles Willis Frank under orders to ShanghLand Na Johnson JHudson Ed McDon gasaki respectively have sailed ough Thomas Spencer John Punch and will go to Manila also if possi- Â¬ W J Sipple George Kearnes Sterling Graves Jas Larkin J W ble McDonald Lee R S May Hard Times in Santiago No election of physician Santiago July 23 Special CAMARAS SQUADRON No provisions have arrived here Food is since the capitulation Expected Shortly at Ceuta Span Â¬ scarce and prices very high Much ish Penal Settlement suffering exists but it has been alleviated somewhat by the noble Gibraltar July 23 Special work of thq Red Cross Society It is reported here that Admiral Camaras squadron of Spanish Fun at a Festlbul Port Au Prince July 23 It is warships which passed through reported here that the Haytien Go- Â¬ the Suez canal and then returned vernment has complied with the de Â¬ and started homeward the Admir- Â¬ mand of the French Government al giving a pledge that his ships for a withdrawal of the decree of were bound for Spain is expected expulsion recently issued against at the Spanish penal settlement of Mme Hermancie a French subject and a resident of Port Au Prince Ceuta opposite Gibraltar shortly await orders who was expelled as a person dan- Â¬ where they will to the public security after The marine authorities of the pro- Â¬ gerous a conflict with the wife of the1 Pres Â¬ vince of Asturias have ordered all ident in the cathedral oyer the pos Â¬ the guiding and harbor lights to be JHi session of a chair decree of expulsion- swill be discontinued and the whole coast The therefore will be dark at night un- Â¬ annulled closing the incident til further orders The List Made Out No Prisoners Have Escaped Spec Â¬ Owensboro Ivy July 23 Special Atlanta July 23rd Dr Milton Rose aged seven Â¬ Maj Budd commanding at ial Fort ty formerly a prominent county McPhcfaon denies the report pub Â¬ practitioner has ceu found of un Â¬ lished yesterday that four of his sound mind and taken to Hopkins Spanish prisoners had escaped Shatter telegraphs that there were no deaths at Santiago yesterday Miles on the Way Passes Hayti ToDay Special Cape Haytien July 23 Four large American vessels were seen passing here last night They are believed to have been a part of Gen Miles expedition sailing easterly Cabinet Meeting Held May Report of the 211 wounded brought s m Confers With War Board Washington July 23 Special on the Olivette from Santiago was made public to day 23of the men is said to be serious The condition of f session over an hour this morning Sec Long said the general situation was carefully gone over The Presi- Â¬ dent and his advisers are satisfied with existing conditions It is said the principal business to day was to find something for the navy to do in the near future This is thought to refer to the Porto Rican campaign in - The War Board was Gen Wheeler Will Run Again Says the War Will Soon Elk Birmingham Ala July 23 Special In a letter from Santiago to the Democrats of the Eighth District Gen Wheeler announces his candidacy for renomination for Congress He says the war will not last long Set Sail Sail at Last Another Tardy Start at Tampa Tampa Fla July 23 Special The entire fieet of transpbrts of nine ships will sail to night and to morrow with Gens Swann and Rodgers Starting Back to Spain The First oi 25000 Go Two hundred Spanish sailors part of the crews of Spanish steamers held as prizes sail this evening for Gibralta New York July 23 rjt Rio Janeiro Off for Manila Fan Francisco July 23 Special The transport Rio Janeiro sailed this morning for Manila flore Wounded at Ft Thomas 23 A French Steamer Captured Charleston S C t - lxt night He aayn the full couaty oificer has bean mad lit f out special Cincinnati July hospital train arrived at Newport Ky yesterday afternoon over the Cincinnati Southern and the Chesa Â¬ peake Ohio Railway It brought 135 sick soldiers from Tampa to the hospitals at Fort Thomas Two previous trains had brought 223 wounded and sick soldiers to Fort Thomas making a total now of 360 in the hospital at that place Two dead bodies were taken from the train and the reticence of the surgeons and other attendants caused sensational reports in New Â¬ II fill Max J Moayon has given port and Fort Thomas Nq natnc Mr put the contract to Dagg Rich or other Information will be given ards fqr another story on his rai out but it was denied tlat the two victims dted from yellow fever denes II July 23 The French steamer Olinde Bodriguez was brought into port yesterday in charge of a prize crew from the cruiser New Orleans The steamer was captured off San Juan Piieri Rico She was warned July 5 by the cruiser not to enter the port July 17 the Rodriguez appeared again making for the harbor itye New Orleans Hent two shots across her bow and brought her to She has twenty three cabin1 and four 1eensteerage passengers oti board and a cargo of coffee and tobacco She is held at quarantine company of militia for Knop county 4u effort is making to organize a V KM i v i i A u be Dailt Km funttteiatt io oxkts wxxx -- GARCIAS tBTTER As ft1 Fublshed ercry evening except Sunday by The Cabinet VVB 10 m Ata tcusses Down Sh 8Mooth JJoHTife sxtmchxttiom TtfANCE 35 katm vv HsXlidSkfer in Advance 100 Per Year in AER eek AdvanceL d00 WdEMOOKATIO TI0KET v CLIPPED AND COMPILED tt is H fl J a a i t Calixto Garcia port the best wheat crop in years Tli rw32 rn I HfctfRY D AL LEN H VI 3T M A l Mr sEcL O JiCigh who hag heen Aneffort is makingito organise a OP UNION COUNTY lnoSf urerJbuufHcf V m company of militia foHKnox county on the editorial staff of the Messen July 23 The letter ger for1 uearly it year nas gone to Two companicsof colored soldiery WashingtonGen After all the Kentuckians are Garcia to Gen written by mustered itf at Winches Paducah to take editorial charfre Lfeht running noisolesa likely to see service Maj Gen have been Shatter was read at the cabinet of the News He is succeeded by Himpieuurauio he will er T Brooke has announced that V 1I meeting yesterday nndthe subject TtictGeneral AssociationofGoIor offthVCubaVHiin Cubaconsupicd a his brother Mr Clint Leigh who ItakcWPOrtoRico the ThirU br vo aTlefunderGen Grant consisting- ecl Baptist meetsat Frankfort large portion of the session this has been recently connected with armntnd a ncwannilfro in T hmavtlln nnrl CIiu years of the First and Third Kentucky August 7 Â¬ morning One member of the cabi- Louis and the Fifth Illinois Robert L Hiliof Barlow City net made a long speech in regard A 50 lirfachind for for 21 Ballard cdunty isjdead aged thir- - to the conduct of theGttbaris during t Rcar Admiral Sampson has re- - ty nve years andfrelght prepaid war and defending Gen Gar- Â¬ W L LI A M the Sported to Washington the capture i The new church at Central Grove cia and his army of Nipe on the northern coast of CaBh must accompany al The general opinion of the Cabi- Â¬ A Spanish cruiser will be didicated on thclast Sunday Eastern Cuba orders net was that the Cubans have mis defending the place was destroyed understood- Our feelings towards Georjre W Campbell the well SrECiriOATIUNH Nipe is directly north of Santiago wheel to keep dres3 from gftttlug oa wheel thpra Are the fateoifei Johnsoo set Ilf IfTThe HeftdHBre Md pnehiilf inches hieii InAttaotiraentsr has a fine bay and is thirty known nurseryman is dead at his It is therefore intended liai here- Â¬ and a Ma box and eoBsisWiofMaekei raHer that eight and 6itc lil loches long inside four hemrsblHderf ftailt toolMMmii rd miles from Holguih home in Delaware O and feller tinder braider asdsheerer oil can after the CtlbanSsliall be invitedto Hioohlno made and must not be confounded and oil two crew drivers six bobblss parer with the medium or so called high arm ma of needles thumb screw guage and book of Prof W J Craig one of Daviess confer and their opinions asked on chines The bead plale autj lntoorjevcl with directions An official of the Quartermasters countys best teachers bas been certain questions and above all thetable pDepartment with Shaffers army ixiri MAdE Tho Needle Is 8traight2seU etlttSai Ob iiiicu mm jii Kaui In annearaniM All lhiiF employed as principal of the grad- Â¬ it shall beslidvvn to them that the ne side and cannot be seitrjong m machines will be sent out with oak fumitur will be detailed by General Shatter The Shuttle Is open on the end cylinder unless walnut Is specified Sack maehlne has Stanford j It United States is now as always a look to the drawers and cover nice nickel to supervise the embarkation of the ed school at and absolutely self threading Money loaned at 6 per cerit jhapo Bearings plato The Are ell steel Well flttdd and arc drop rings to all drawers All machines The George Alexantjcr company has been their friend and is striv Spanish prisoners for Spain Ac- Â¬ well packed and crated on first class real estate fbr adjustable Self threading The machine la HEAD OUR OUAKANTJfK cording to the terms of the contraqt of Paris has filed articles of ingto do what is best fbr them and no hole to pat tho thread through a term of 5 years except the eye of the needle Th New Mathews Machine Is warranted 10 Transatlantic incorporation They Will do a gen with the Spanish Garcias Letters to Shafter The Feed Is positive inaction and lias no years from date of purchase and thirty days We have for Balo some of the bes twines to tret nut olorder Company this will begin by the 25th eral banking business rCapital trlaloflu K perfect and entire SatUfaotion A dispatch from Santiago gives Automatic Bobbin WinderWill wind the machine to building lots in tho city and on terms oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread the is not given expense and may be reshlnped n instant when the company will 10000 to urat our th money paid the following as bqing i letter sent The Stltah Is donble loci stf tch Thh unmo wlirborefahdedpromiJtlr to suit purchuBerB Prices langing on both 8ld08 and will not ravel Can be have five ships at Santiago The Bank of Murray abMurray by Gen Garcia to Gen Shafter tinder thlsguaranteeyou ran no risk what Â¬ I engthencd or shortened from cglit to thirty from 20 They in purchasing the New1 Mathews Machine Calloway county istrie first bank Sirrr QnMuy 12 the government in nearly to 3000 of are located ititohcs tcTthe inch flatrnprin tension and ad ever have thirty days trial of it in your own You Gen Grants effort to secure the TheTenslonf Is every part the city We justable to allblzcaa of tlii tad home and Jffojvany rcaaon yetilsbofildV wih of the republic of Cuba ordered me in the First Congressional district Second regiments transfer into the also have for sale farina in this and iiana vncei is iucsjq piatca ana nas a to return the machine it mar eeshinneil tn n to furnish free revenue stamps to ai commander of the Cuban army op80 wheel attachod to operate bobbin winder at our uxpensu ana me mpney riu bo re- A army corps displacing the First in the east to co operate with the adjoining counties These farms are vitnoutTunmng macmncenlhratrl oonnntrln JUUUUUi itscustomers The Movement Is the j All communications regarding the New chief Third Kentucky was the American arm following the plans owned by parlies who wish to sell Voycmentsro8ltlvjlnaQUononandJewerATort MathewrfMnohlnc should be addressedto Ing parts than any machine the market topic of conversation yesterday James H Happy who will cease The Stand Has large balance wheel hangs CHAS TMEACHAi and obeying the orders of its com- Â¬ Below is a partial list of them on two adjustable centers The treadle Is large among officers and men at Chicka to be Warden of the Eddy ville pen- Â¬ and bangs In cone centers and all lost motion A Fine Farm near Kennedy can be taken up aslors under cvjh end and mauga It is by no means certain itentiary on August 1 will go into mander I have done my best sir Hopkinsville Ky can be easily moved A nice dreds gurlover to fill the wishes of my government that the Third regiment will not be the dry goods business at Mayfield Well improved good land and I have been until now one of tered arid timbered 180 acreswellwa Description o the Improved New Alathews Vlacfiineu left at the post and its place taken his old home your most faithful subordinates Price by the company with a longer 5400 rhia machine is manufactured with the view of aiippfyinff a Ioni felt The finest and best horse of M honoring myself in carrying out nL C vnnrn rr roif ji r Alnflnrn LllKU U1IU lllClk UlilMM GHW UL Tir t A Farm of 350 acres on Butter v 1I pull uauuuiu Uifii nn ltlHCninit Willi HII IHfA P Mattinglys racing stable of your orders as far as my power imt jrovementaland of first class material ando ood wnrkmnnHhln innlnrlincr the best and latest Attachments ata reasonable nrico A honk of iitRinm milk Road The Pennsylvania Railroad com- Â¬ Owensboro Madeline has broken has allowed me to do it down at St Louis after four years The city of Santiago surren- Â¬ Twd thirdfl in fine timber good im- tions accompanies every machine pany has done the public great ser- Â¬ dered to the American arjny and provements well watered 8J miles In making your remittance we prefer postoffice money order registered vice by adopting aluminum for bag Â¬ of exceptionally fine running letter express money ordes or Now York Exchange Individual checks unnews of that important event was from tho city Big bargain Caldwell gage checks They are so much aged The Rev R F less certified to will not be received Price 900 lighter and cleaner than the slabs eighty seven died at his home in given to me by persona entirely commonly used by other railways Shrrpsburg He was a minister in foreign to your staff I have not Farm of 106 acres onButler Road that a lady can carry them in her the Northern Presbyterian Church been honored with a single word Three and one half mileB from the rr smsi from yourself informing me about city well improved good orchard purse and a man can stow them and was greatly beloved the negotiations for peace or the and never failing water away in his waistcoat pocket with- Â¬ Grain and potatoes are the priil- - terms of the capitulation by the Price 750 out feeling the weight of the load cipal articles of freight carried just Spaniards The important cere- Â¬ A farm of 20 acres on eanie road Chicago Record now by steamers plying between mony of the surrender of the Span- Â¬ 3J miles from the city well improv There ish army and the taking possession ed A good popltry or market gar Gen Miles expects to reach Por- Â¬ river points in Kentucky ueu iurm in gooa neigUDoruood of the city by yourself took plaee to Rico Sunday at noon but will is very little passenger traffic Pf foe 400 await the arrival of the troops en Breckinridge county is one post later on and I only knew of both Farm of 75 acres on Greenville rpute from Tampa Charleston and office better off this year than it events by public reports I was Road Newport News before attempting to was last The authorities have es- Â¬ neither honored sir with a kind word from you inviting myself pt Six mills from the city The very Â¬ take San Juan The assault on the tablished a new postoffice at Plantany officer of my staff to represent boBt place in the neighborhood pace is expected to be made by ers about three miles from Kirk land and sea the latter part of next C D Holt at Murray raises the Cuban government on thatmein timber good wuter buildings orch ard and in a fine Btateof repair orable occasion jjWeek unless there is a surrender Belgian hares for the dinner table Price 850 Finally I know that you have without a fight jr A just as many farmers raise chick- Â¬ left io power at Santiago the same A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 Un Wmes Beers and Ales in the war tax will not af Everything that may now be pur ens The mother hare contributes Spanish authorities that for three fect our patrons in the prftres thntr we - are settrmrat acres near Elmo six or eight young every eight years I have fought as enemies of Twenty acres of timber chased at a Chicago department weeks the remain Ml the really good judges of whiskey stand by the store will be placed on sale in the the independence of Cuba I beg to ing in high state of cultivation All Havana Fair which it is likelv Vacation in Leaf Tobacco Trade sap that these authorities have nev- Â¬ the buildinsrs in erood condition will be opened before Christmas been elected at Santiago by the splendid neighborhood There will be no public sales of er Pried of the city but were ap The building of the great store will 2200 leaf tobacco in the Louisville and residents begin within a week after the fall of pointed by royal decrees of the lOtfacres 5 Miles From City on from AugustJst Havana Chicago capital will run Cincinnati markets Queen of Spain Thats the advantage of being known as the beat NrSno to August 15th The Louisville Russellville Pike it and Chicago people will be em- Â¬ I would airree sir that the carry as large astock of fine old wines ales WhislrlfiH Leaf Tobacco Exchange has decid- Â¬ ployed in the various departments arniy under your command should Well improved 15 acres of timber ed upon a vacation during that bfaridiesigars and tobacco as the Royal Liflubi Co near church and Bchool A Chicago architect is now making time The Cincinnati warehouse- Â¬ have taken possession of the city Price 1800 the plans for the great building Mchtheyaejjelling at peace prioesV the garrison and forts I would men refused to concede a similar and the corporation which is to give my warm co operation to any 136 acres on Ducker Mill road vacation in their market but nine 1a i ii i A t if ypu may have deemed 65 acres of bottom land 2 good take the first step toward Ameri- Â¬ of the principal buyers represent- Â¬ measure 2 bamB well watered 15 acres houses canizing Cuba is being formed in ing nearly all the large manufac- Â¬ best under American military lay timber to hold the city for your army and to that citv turers of the United States have J 11Q0 Price signed an agreementblnding them- Â¬ preserve public order until the time 500 cash balance in one aud 2 Z IZW WA xiJP JL JL4 Great excitement has been caused comes to fulfill the solemn pledge of ntiW 1 at at 6 per cent selves not to attend any public mSantiago by a story brought in sales at any of theCincinnati Ware- Â¬ the people of the United States to years neighborhood Tho best farm in the by Cubans that 4X0lCiiban insur- Â¬ establish in Cuba a free and inde- Â¬ 15th of Besides these we other farms t gents comprising Gen Garcias houses between the 1st and pendent government But when for sale and will have pleasure in Hence although the Cin- August take wvVAVkA army for the Eastern Depart- Â¬ of appointing showing any ofi thorn to tiotio Ioa KifiES parties wish cinnati warehouses have not agreed the question arises ment of Cuba were routed in a authorities in Santiago de Cuba ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab a to it they can hardly hold sales fierce engagement with a detach- Â¬ wjthout under the peculiar circumstances stracts of title f ufniBUed all purcbus the assistance of the buyers of ment of Spanish troops bound our thirty years strife against era Now is jie time to buy real and jt vill bei practical suspen- Â¬ for Santiago tosurrender yesterday Spanish rule I cannot see but with estate sion of sales it is hpped that some It is not known as yet whether such vacation during the summer the deepest regret that such author Â¬ Three tracts of cool lands two Gen Garcia was aware of the num- Â¬ ities are not elected by the Cuban of the mines partially developed will eventually be made one of the Veiq of coal 5 feet thick flneafc qual PJB YEAR of the enemy he was attacking ber permanent rules of the trade at people but are the same ones se Itj One tract contains 000 acres i - rj If he thought he had encountered a the Queen of lected one 175 acres one 05 acres All both markets Fanners Home hence byare ministers Spain arid within milo ipj4Al 5V iirtjyi small force of Spaniards and could to deferid Illinois Central It it I overpower them easily it was a Journal against the Cubans the Spanish Will sell at bargain and on posy terms Horo are fortunes for the grave mistake There were at Democratic Prospects Good sovereignty right men 3f H five thousand Spaniards in the A rumor too absurd to be be Â¬ least Mr George Jesse private secre- Â¬ n For snio or exchange a good pay body and they drove Garcias men tary to Congressman Clardy has lieved General ascribes the reason into full retreat a few hours after returned home from Washington to of your measures and of the orders ing hotel at the famous DWBon Springs Will sell at bargain or No official spend the summer the battle began Mr Jesse says forbidding ray army to enter Santi Â¬ exchango for iinpraveda farmhigjnnd Until you have seen my new confirmation has been received the Democratic congressional com- Â¬ ago for fear of massacres and re- Â¬ well located imported i of the report mittee is preparing to conduct a venge against the Spaniards Al at Washington Forealo a goad first class board Such action on the part of the Cu- Â¬ vigorous campaign this fall and lowxne sir to protest against even SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS iiiK house at DawBon Bprings Will ban commander would be so totally leading Democrats are hopeful of theshad6wof such an idea We sell bn easy tonus or oxcliaugo for I guarantee QUALITY STYLE and foreign to all the usages of civilized regaining a majority in the next are not savages ignoring the rules gopd notes Tho owners business compels him to resids elsswhsre i warfare that the authorities here house At present all interest Is of civilised warfare We are a SHIP thebest that money can secure are reluctant to believe the report centered in the war but it is ex Â¬ ragged army as raggedy and ao ncro raacb well improved qeqr tu and should it be coaiirmed jt would pected that peace negotiations will as poor a6 was the army of o9H San Diego Cal Will exclmnKofcfr Virwri property in Christian county Ky bring- about a total change in the be at least undcra by the time forefathers in their noble war for relations between the American the campaign should 6pR arid le iifclependeilcfcbuf asdidthehtroos WilHim RoJbtaeii Aft No ItSwlMiin Weea ami Gen Gareja if not be Democrat art loaiiitfgf Hip jnwj pfSaraif a and Yorkto svn yt in1- jnvaea thwat a ad all th Cuban UiirttMiich ghBt4 fir rM t tyect fcio dejjptr wir cay WAiu -h jplUHcaa cafttJMMfteaipl i frC4i it with Urbrim HofMUlyQIi Ky Hr I ur ROR CONGRESS Farmers in Calloacounty M im- Â¬ 9k With thgCubans Mid Treat Th5n aSlAIMM Will Be Ordered to Confer iHj Tn view tic all these jteaioias I sincerely regret to tie unable io ful1 fill an vv longer the ordBfse myi lroverbaient and therefore feavt tenderM to day to the Coatmander- in Chief of the Cuban Army Maj- Gen Maximo oriz ray resljfriS tion a c6fmandJr of th jAtiort of ouraraiy cowardice The Kfctrfciackian 1 ivs iwiiii iiiiinrtliimiii wt t And tiWKew WattMrewllifc I- tfKEE ear 0 4 ij - i FOR ONLY j fi idem ft farm Sewii Awaiting his resolution I with- drawjnvy ffttceV tojth t interior Very respectfully yours ttfit I IT IWithall UwkMm prormwn w Jr fel - - IB 0 - REAL - AdENT Â¬ -- TEE jr w Â¬ 1 I fa 1 Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Raising The ANTE v Â¬ Royal Liquor Co y i v - Hvmi l ittHfrpJHh V 14 li H vf S J Samuel Baity 400 Go JPxx Â¬ Ketffelfe Â¬ smmmmmmmmmmmiiffl Dont Do a Thinglinof gz Pf - IT r r t t UUiiUlUiUUi f f iff fViViVMV fWii r Li -- 2 N W mwmmmmtfm J now Women swear Some of the Expressions Used by John B Oaatlouiau jl C ill ntniiriiiiililiiiiiiiiiiiilfiitfiiriiiiirrtiyTiiviiiTiHiiiWiiiliifr Vi iHtiiiimiini mi win miii urn n m i m WMMMMMMMMIMM Arthur G Langham Breckinridge Caettoman LtlL RKWLTSOF YESTERDAYS GAMiiS LouUviile 7 2 JBtoe 8 Baltimore Cincinnati 5VsjnSton 1 New York LPjttttfoVgO 7 StLv ltfkklfiii3lr 415 the Gentler Sex When Vexed Royal Insurance OF LIVERPOOL Company aeMaaT5l CWqao 3 jMuldelphia 127 tfuji SK 8 iCTwramw fi BAtdhwj J ItttimorJEi clauv VJ5 ko Moa 491 31 f G12 8472Tai i5B 37 Yofi rf ISA 602 548 butf43A m SLouisrr24 TiriVSif j zrvi BrooklyV aaVngtonV i J538 531 481 4410 32 r3 46 A book might be written about the flie Largest iFire Insurance Company in the World things the girl says when she saya Died the Largest IlUslnessin tho Stato of Kontucky things She dooa not recover from the habli elther whensheceaeofltobo Does tho Largest BuaSneea in the Southern Statoa disa girl though her expressions of 24983102 Kentucky in 1896 approval of many things at largo and Losses Paid in horspocinl prosont trouble in parti- Â¬ cular aro npt to bo sobered byltimo saya tho Now York Times Bdt wo man or girl tho vocabulary of things Managers Soiitlicrn Dcpnrtmcut that may bo Baid without a very groat CScucrnl Office Louisville disturbance of tho feminine con ecionco in tiraos of montaldisturbancq is comprehensive It ia sad to relate Co Resident Agents Hopkinsvillb Ky Walter FJQarnett that darn ia not an unknown ox passion among refined femininity although it ia modified bynovorboing Â¬ BARBEE GASTLEMAN War News r 9 9 tmw 1 - v HPJ 3J I kl lU 55 ff -- 385 would givo It an jraplou and unlady 337 liko eoutld Bbetoneai lis responsible 284 used with an it followlnwhioh ESTABLISHED IN 1852 iwni4 PIvr1nndU WBllVinibrlfcw York y - ASCHEDULliOR ston at Brooklyn DAY i feshingfan atThiidclphia CtriknnatUt Pittstiufg Prodtice riafket by Hopkinsville Pnld Ljjrlcirjsyiile CasfifMcP Papon fara country SUoulUora Sidoa LaVd v- 1 r ft 45b B7c 67c 7c i8l0c Egga New feathers Beoawnx 2B28c i Tallow v1821o 71 2Jc 2225 Ginseng per lb Honey Tub wathed wool QrenBod J 7i8c 26c T 1818c Poultry Y cbickonBljYp perdozl G0180 2c IA HooBtorB4 clruin - CloverpoVbuBhbl 53 TT 4Rc Corn J - Com Bhelled Live Btock J Hogs Sheep Cattle Calves r0c JL- hM v 250300 2503BO 8WB 3003r25 Lambs Hides aud Furs Groeu hides Greou flnltedhidos Dry fliat Vegetables Now potntoea per bushel Cabbage per head Watormolona 100425 67c Hl2c 83c 7Jc 76c Florida Flour Patent per bbl Stnndard per bbl S rA 02B85o 42B 1 for the Btaiement that thi8i8a favorite expletive of tho BoVtbn girl a home it ib alBO remarks in ioxcitea tones My gracous dumbjlan expreasion yU for which no dorivatiyea nro given Importer and Manufacturer of A Rhodd Island matron fair plump and placid over whom ho enreaofihe f Vorld pass lightly giyfts tho little state one of tho strongest of feminine ex prossions for when some usual calamity has overtaken heir such for n atancer hb agood gown with a bad fit she deliglits her feminine frionda by remprkipg in peaceful placid tones Darn devil Itia a down eaatgirl who says Gor in excited tones when the ryuiue i wprld goea wrong with her and a riea Ut captains dahghter says My stars TJEISTIVESSBEJ A New York woniau isa good illustra- tion of thefact that tho most refined MR FM WHITLOW of Hopkinsville Ky is my solicitor woman finds it necessary to have out- Â¬ let for an overwrought mind- - She is a woman of super refinement Every thing abouther house dressmanners and children shows it Each abd all are exquisite Her nursery which gives the keynote of refinement in tjie home ia prefectly conducted and her is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these children modela of good breeding days of yellow journalism They care little for truth Yet her friends who use other ex and a great deal for temporary sensation pletiyea themselves remark Badly It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD that in times of groat stress this cul cultivated woman exclaims The The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability divil in this case is a fern Tho It prints the news all the news and tells the truth iuine subterfuge A woman wh about it should bo shocked to use it with dn It is the only American newspaper outside New York city e Balves her conscience with the i I ind is happy that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service and its liut ueither oue nor two words are own staff correspondents and artists at the front in both Hufficiout to express the depth of hemispheres real feminine woe oue of tho large It is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world small ones which are most difficult to Its war news service is unapproachably the best bear Au uptown artist tells what alio does on such occasions in It Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier vory expressive and covers very wull the action of the much griuvtkl We read the news in the other papers woman who doesnt stamp it out then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to I talk just as fast as I cau sbu says and no ouo understands mo see how much of it is true and then I wailloudly I never cry Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received Address THE CHICAGO RECORD 181 by all postmasters unless I am mnd SAMUEL kHODGSON iv HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub Grraiiite Moiiiimeiits r ycjj- ii ana uio i nm vino rC scribe for papers away froin home to get the latest and most re- liable war news ir iiqi iv t - TABLE1TS ETC I Kentuckians Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best find covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and 3 every department of the papef is supplied with a news service tVmt nflTinnt Vi OIAR KSVXIlnjE RELIABILITY -- 1 11 6 SIP war nfflliiiiTWWI fw w iiiiiiTiTrMTJ g i surpassed in all Western lien- tucky Daily delivered 4 J Madison street Chicago 875 BBc Eulate and Evans Capt Eulate pf the Vizcnya is at An uapoliBand will havo plenty of time to reflect upon the rashuesa of a promise he mado in the presence of sovoral American ollicors and nowapaper cor- Â¬ respondents at tho Hotel Inglotorre while he was in Havana in command of the Vizcaya shortly after tho destruction of the Maiuo Tho flghlting capacity of Capt JRobley Evans and the battleship Iowa being tho subject of diecussion Capt Eulato was im Â¬ prudent enough to prodiot that if there was a war ho would capture tho Iowa and tow her ovorto Spain It was appropriate therefore that it should happen to be the fate of the boaster drdurrquder to Capt Evans after Cer vei aa fleet had been tlrstioy ed and the drnmatio manner in whi h be kissed his sword and offered it to Fighting Bob has already bedutdhl iu all ip newspapers Â¬ wSIMi fMillhlir1l ii In the city TC HAttBEJRI M F SHR YER Clovbr per cwt Godd Tirabthy Bran retail 10 Cts Per Kentuckian 70c 12Jc n PEOPLES WAREHOUSE HArfeRY RallroadSU Bewebn Tenth SHRYER 18 i Tomatoes Fancy per doz Cboico per dozn Proprs KY 20c fill 212 S Main 2 Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL GfCprh rf 1 f w y TYlOc HOPKINSVILE I 80 jgrCareful attention given io Us to sampling and Boiling all tobacco consigned feChofce ddz oarlf Liberal advancoBon tobacco in store othorwiso instructed NAT GAITHER -- All tobacco insured unles I Spanish Line Gets Contract Arrangements practically were concluded by - the government Thursday for the transportation of the Spanish prisoners at Santiago The contract fronijCuba to Spain va awarded to thp Spanish Trans- tranttque company represented bywrta Ceballos Co of New Ybrk The company agree to car mHflfirlf nors fOTSfan Ppr Ato Spam at the rate of 20 for eacn eitfted manahafor each com- mon officer subsistence to be JFurnished by the company on the rn Im vrn firm hnala ra rffvir1nfl rf rifthe government s advertisement 40r bids I iTfie avar4 provides also that the CQmtiany shall have five Chips at oanuagy uy Juiy ov iyu ju beven irl Js dajsjlitter and enough to complete ytnfi trahsportation of the prisdnets ilp tfventy one days from July 21 rf JAS WEST 35 Daily One Month - Daily Three Months - 106 Daily One Year - - 400 Semi Weekly Edition 1 yr 20iO A GAITHER I COMMISSION VVST t MERCHANTS Four months storage Free W H Faxon i f i TOBACCO HOKL1NSVJLLE KY Liberal advances made on Tobacco W The Kentuckian is printed in fl new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained Shafter Was Played is feared that in arranging tljo terms of capitulation Qon Shaftor has boon imp wed upon by the vjly Spaniards One of tho articles roads It 6 WnBBUER that guorrillaa apd Spanish irregulars Wheeler Mills Fire Proof Co Subscribe Now And Get The News ttwwi uy wuu in juui auuounpuua w tin mail Uall at tne omce in the lien tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone r may bo allowod tb remain in Cuba jf Oraih Dealers WarcIiouseiifcniComniissionAWrcImnfs they so oloot It iwould havo booh tobacco agroatdoal bettor for tho island f Warehouse oon nosscLiviLrE and n n sts Qen Shafter had mado it a odifdftlou - Ky HorkinsvilIe of the capitulation that bPth these clnoHos of soldiers should start at once Llboral Advance on Consignments All Tobaooo Sent us Oovorod by Insurauoo to Spain never to return again to this i tu sklo of tho Atlantic because thoy aro Dropped Dead Georgo Shenpard a young single composed of thetyorBt olnss of bocIq 1 RESORT THE GREAT 1 iflan whblivean South Clarksville ty mostly professional ctiminals and t dropped ieaoJn h3fcclintrlntiWoii bandits vhqhave boon hid u coil to eti T SiH Jl Dawson Springs by tho prdspocMf phm appaf- - tor the army gcrflng yXJlF lHo rtbrod thoy TVMw inuuuu v ixnur Lawsont Hopkins County Kentucky t Mi will bo tty moat troublesome clafjs 11 uviurc 11 h ucam Thfrae celebrated clialrlieatn and enin 8rlnccs are situated immedintuh unon tho Louln vplairned of tlit hatl wjth tfbloh tho govornmeut will havu ormrfy OhesAiteno Ohio and ville Riul MWiplHrilvlatoLo tliellltilolB CeiUrftVtrvlrta toliloal ttouthwiMwrn KallniMi 106 mlo went of iulHvUlKy atiU W inllra eaut oilInduuan Ky t The Arilla lou4lHwwndiintly ftirniHliei wun unpaotty 01 eiHoriHuuiiK ituy pnr er Tniloi- - WUIijuiiHon ntu outline fen Mpu uvtf itt tilnwlw v johhi TUowrajiftlmUQUj ana8townrnltlWKV0Wia gmHuoi tint ArowjUa wuhwiextriaUwgo InvftUUiBijoulil rcmuintr that 4f Wa dend before Judtifao eMurUur fvm an attack of ilu anil Hoiii1iavlieiiootali3rMtf Tim dry the tuonuia ul June And July offer manv odvantautis ta wmoiw vUltlmt the HnrluK COttid For loUulc anuly t ani liid iH nfe jnauufoturedat lhie itirinu mchhlai daV to i ou4 u 1898 SUfiM 1898 A 99 2 Address M fi- - TO tr inun Vw 3vw Hasin ArcadiaJlouse fiias Mfiaftbm Dnl lifthA 1J - it C Vabli ha oulto i ICXANvAOOjfcjopr ffOs a HOPKINSVILLE J0M l C If 1 I iL sDsTSIWm i t 01 QJ ttiamimmmmmimmm m CHURCHES ABOUT THE COURTS CHURCH DEBATE MR BRADSttAW EAD Was a Prominent 044 Blttvr ol fk Catky NeigHta tawd THIS WEEK rsSr r H- - v He made his home with married EHInHip LiiiiiiflNLLiB Throgmorton of the his brother Rev W P of the Common wealth vs the case He was a man of prominence and Baptist church and J B Briney Les Caldwell col was tried He of to en Â¬ standing in his community and had the Christian church are was Charged with breach of the gage in an eight days discussion in many friends who will learn with peace and was fined 9 and costs regret of hjs death 0 Illinois J H Major vs T H Major suit The interment will take place at men are truly representa- Â¬ These for balance on labor performed tive of their respective churches the family burying ground on the was called this afternoon and 1 tav 71C and they are very strong and ex Â¬ premises at 10 oclock Sunday iiJ m j decided in favor of J H Major morning where appropriate funeral perienced polemics Tlierere will be no pr6aching at In Police Court th c t Mctnomst church to morrow The following announcement has services will be held I 18 tne James Hern breach of the jpeace been published and circulated raornihg as iv pastor kcv w Tf TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Green but sent to the work house for 31 days Pincrjs in Bowling f Rules of Discussion 8p m there will1 be preaching at James Bradley drunk lined 5 Whereas J B Briney of Mober ev P C DuvalL Sunday and costs Judgment held up Corri cteil Unity Uy linn Knvrlln llitnkor iiilH yby ly Mo and W P Throgmorton League at mid Ilroker lIopIcluvlllo Ky m School and Epworth I of DuQuoin 111 have entered into Two Couples Spliced a mutual agreement to engage In a JL At the Ninth street Presbyterian Marion Davis and Lena Cohen public religious debate on the points Chicago Market and Dud Brame and Lizzie Fergu Ihurch there will be preaching Opg Higt Closing of difference between them they do morning at 1045 At the son two colored couples were mar Cash Wheal hereby- - agree to be governed by the asylum in the afternoon and no ried in the court house hallway to following rules and regulations to- - Sept Wheaf G7 68 67 service at night Sabbath school day by Rev N C Majorcol Dec Wheat 67 67 67tf v wit 930 a m Young peoples soci- Â¬ 33 pt 3 Sept Corn 34 1 Was Called Suddenly The propositions to be dis Â¬ Dec Corn ety at 715 p m 35 34 35 Will Layton an aged colored cussed shall be four in number and Sept Oats 20 203 20 Regular service at Grace Episco on many items all oyer the store In nearly every instancy the stated in the followihglanguage Sept Pork 9 97 9 9 97 pal church conducted by Rev Car man dropped dead at an early and order hour this morning says the Padu special cuts as advertised will hold for this week 5 62 5 62 Sept Lard 5 57 eer the rectory 1 The kingdom of Jesus Christ Sept Ribs 5 65 Layton retired early cah News 5 65 5 65 RevTC Hi Nash Baptist Rev night apparently in good was set up during his personal M B ieYfttvCumberiand Presby last calls 68 Throgmorton Sept wheat puts 67 will be a sur- Â¬ ministry on earth his terian and Rev Arthur Roberts health and got death Now York Stocks n Cotton affirms up about 1 Unjversalist are away on a vaca Â¬ prise He suffering from cclock tfAA admin- Â¬ 2 Opg Higt Closing a tion and there will be no preach Â¬ this morning and died a few painÂ¬ istered Christian baptism a penitent believer in Aug Cotton 5 81 Jo minin his stomach 583 at their respective churches 1 19 1 19 Christ is for that is in order that Am Tob 110H utes later Mt At theFirst Presbyterian church tXiy 98 98 he may rdceiye the remission of his Chicago Gas 98 there will be Sunday School at 930 Q 1051 1 05 past or aljen sins Briney affirms C B Is An Owensboro Boy 05tf a m and Young Peoples Meeting 52 3 jh the work of regeneration Lr 53f JNV Ben Murphy one of Hobsons at 715 p m No preaching 05 05 05 brave crew who dared death at and conversion the Holy Spirit Manhattan if 21i 11 09 will be Sunday School at Santiago by taking in the collier operates immediately or directly on Sugar 32 There t 7 24 25 25 Hille s Chanel at 11 a m No Merrimac and sinking that vessel the heart that is he exerts an in Coal Iron li Chicago Receipts To day ipicticuiug in the mouth of the harbor on the fluence distinct from and in addition to the written or spoken Word of Hogs 16000 Head morning of June 3 it now develops PERSONAL GOSSIP God Throgmorton affirms 300 Head Cattle is an Owensboro boy This fact 4 Kg tl mitt 01 Receipts To morrow Any Christian or any per- Â¬ to light yesterday ac- Â¬ only came ZTw Tnntfle f Cook is no better cording to the Owensboro Messen son who has been born of God can Wheat 115 Cars l UU1WO V t ill so apostatize from the faith as to be Corn j4 Lto 450 Cars jr j ger Murphy was coxswain on the 210 Cars Oats of Gracey is flagship New York and was one of finally lost Briney affirms Mr Nick Sallee 2 The contemplated discussion the number to volunteer to do the ire today Hob Marketshall be held at Allen Springs Hogs To day work 16000 D Morris is up fj om Mr J Pope County 111 begin ping on -i-y395 slight attack of fever -ViWednesday July 26 1898 J The Teachers Next Week Mixed 402 PER YEAR MrJ HJ Major of Canton is The Teachers Association will 3 Said discussion shall V v vJ 380 Rough here to day on business Â¬ eight consecutive days Sun- Heavy begin Monday as heretofore pub- Â¬ JiXtJi t 405 smiss Delia JHooson ot liracev is lished and next week will be an day excepted consisting of tyvp Total Clearances yi8itng relatives here this week important one with the teachers sessions each day as follovs ygr S H Claggett left for Vin A large attendance is expected and Open at 10 oclock a m and cjose Wheat and Flour Exp 149000 bus cjgn4Indianahis morning to be the meeting is expected to be full of at 12 m commencing again at 3 M3Jllli The Vesuvius Shells few days interest not only to the teachers oclock p m and closing at 4 p m All of 4 The time shall be divided be Â¬ I asked the officers about the ef-Â¬ andltfrs Bailey Waller went but to the public as well 13 tween the several propositions as fect of the dynamite shells which Jarlinerton this moraine on a the services will be held at the follows unless a different division tjhe Vesuvius threw toward the city Methodist church except on Tues- Â¬ it to friends shall be agreed upon by the dis- Â¬ They replied that the noise of the Mr Frank Rives returned last day evening when the meeting will putants during the debate To the explosion caused great terror wcrht from a visit to friends near be in the Christian church first proposition one and a half among the soldiers and particu- Â¬ Murfreesboro Tenn Children Have a Picnic days or three two hour sessions larly among the citizens and fa Mr Wm Pnrrnll n nrniTiinfnf v j J to the second proposition one and great deal of earth was displaced An evening picnic was given to fannerrof Fafrview is spending to the children in the vicinity of Six- Â¬ a half days but the shells did not happen to fall day inithecicyd iiiacn cieuator snail select a where they could do great damage teenth street last evening at Mr JlPlDr R H Perrv returned to Ira L Smiths Those present Moderator and these two shall se All of Cerveras officers agree that lect a third who shall be President the Vesuvius is a most formidable I Dawson to day after a brief visit were n here on account of the death of a Willie and Ada Ritter Ada Moderator and whose duty it shall and destructive agent of war but ti -relative Peace Mary and Nell Tandy Ag- Â¬ be to preserve order keep the time they express even greater admira- Â¬ C j They say the ITMibs Jennie Winfree returned nes Flack Hattie West Julie De and see that the rules are observed tion for the Oregon shells that were dropped over the k WomCaBky this morning where she Treville and Evelyn Smith and dtiring the discussion G In the opening of each propo- Â¬ hills threw up a lot of dirt and de- Â¬ on a short visit to rela- - Shelby Peace Jim and John fhasbeen it ft Breathitt Willie DeTreville Claude sition or subject the affirmant shall ranged the fortifications but did no f Jtfves Brasher Henry Groves Ira D and occupy one hour and the respond- Â¬ great damage except to Castle Mor MissBeaqford Wilkins and Wil- Â¬ Tom Smith ent the same time each thereafter ro which was a conspicuous target lie Harned have returned from occupying one half hour alternate- Â¬ If the shells had been dropped info Baptized Mrs Vaughan Txenton after a pleasant visit to ly to the end the city they would have caused ifrjehds Mrs C W Vaughan ofHerndou 7 On the final negative of each great destruction but it was be- Â¬ Ladies real lisle fast black seamless hose double sole has gone to was baptized at Swift Ford bridge proposition no new matter shall be yond the range of the gun of the QMisses Beulah Harned high spliced heel ejttra durable iciarksville Trenton and other near that place Friday she having introduced fleet Several days before the fleet 8 places to vjsit friends and relatives united with the Christian church The disputants agree to adopt came out it was reported that the Ladies super maco imported rop stitch hose Iferliisdorf Mrs Vaughan is an invalid and as Rules of Decorum those found flew Orleans discovered a torpedo for several weeks fine silk finish double sole and heel higlff Vx- - 61 iMrfl W L Whitesides returned was taken to the river in an invar in Hedges Logic pages 159 162 a boat destroyer creeping out one cdllence in material and manufacture Ky ac Â¬ lids chair Eld J W Mitchell copy of which shall be found upon night and sunk it - laeknight from Scottville The Spanish the Moderators atand officers say thiB is untrue companied by Miss Ethel Walker baptized her There Ladies beautiful imported lisle hose supreme uufHy Each session shall be opened byt fwere only two who will visit her for a hersister ex Ira sliced heel double sole new style dronsiKch fir Everett Better prayer in the harbor and neither of ybile Mr John B Everett Jr of Fair J B Briney them attempted to go out until that Ladies fast black Miss Florence Elgin of Hopkins view who has been dangerously Signed and fast tan seamless hose W P Throgmorton fatal Sunday mornjng Â¬ It is sug vjHe arrived in the city Wednes ill of typhoid fever for two weeks is gested that a small tugboat which i day afternoon to visit the family of reported much better to day left Santiago one night with dis Mens fast black and fast tan fine gauge seamless socks corresponding Dr GWiJiackey Pembroke Re- patches for San Juan may have yJewV Remember the fialne been distroyed by the New Orleans Mens fine muslin hemstitched handkerchiefs in great JMra E F Blakeley of Madison Place to get your fine Merchant Cherry Bros Will Have n flan W E Curtis ville who has been visiting her Tailoring is by Fowright Pants VflriMv nf hnilfiflll noKnm Imriln M Here Next Week made for 3 5 7 and Suits14 brother J jj ftced of this city for 1520 West 7th street opposite Still Appraising the Stock Another shipment of those splendid ycacled vests several weeks returned home Fri New Era ofiice i Prof 11 H Cherry of Bowling The appraisers of the stock of dy iur lauics wiin iapea necK ana arms Co in the hands of Mr Hitt Green has written the following Richards HERE AND THERE WjEddns of nearPair-rhvft it I letter to Judge Leavell about the R B Cooper assignee are still at YKty gave a lawn party Tuesday Â¬ work and wjll not be ready to re 30 head young cattle and fine school movement night iq honor of Missctf Susie Tan- - t Milk Cows for Hale W W Ware Dear Sir Our Normal school will port for several days yet As soon dy and Katie Bradshaw of Hop- ifVfl For Rent Three room resi close its years work July 28 and it as possible the house will he re Â¬ kjnaville who are now guests at iit i opened by the assignee dence with large hall on West 17th is necessary for me to be here on her home Those of our town who St Good water that date Our Prpf J C Vjls attended were Messrs W II W A Ward Ulrl Breaks a Limb will instruct the teachers Institute JtfcElroy M L Levy Bt Alderson Ii K For Sale My entire stock of in Hopkinsville beginning next Pinevillc Ky July 23 Ada the 5 and Ross WcodPmlirbke R view KlVc it general merchandise atllowell Ky Monday and we will have him to d VHP daughter of Jr S L M Cayck see you and arrange a suitable time fcTair a widely known physician at Kfefe FOR 8AIE A KICVCLK Born to the wife of Mr J P I may b in DTopkinaville the firsi this place met with a serious acci Â¬ I acMd hanA Columbia bicycle TiJ CfcaltV fpr cjash Apply Meaclmm at Gracey on the 22nd o the week Very IrulyVflurj ikle dent yateray by fmJliar frofo a fi h Upt an ight pound boy rs HH CXKJUtY bkyci and breakiof her lgv H if i r j In theCounty Court this morning i v S Regular services at the Christian Kchurch to morrow morning at 1045 Ow- conducted bv Jos Armstead u of the regular ingtothc absence pastor there will be no church ser vice nt mVht The Christian En deavor society will meet promptly in in the Courily Propositions to Be Discusacd No Preaching at Five MSiem Suits Disposed Mr Gus BradshaW an old and Pope County v andCity Courts ToMorrow well knowa citizen of the Casky neighborhood died last night at nine oclock at the residence of his Baptist and half brother Mr Edgar Bradshaw School at the Usual Two Colored Alarrlagcs Performed Rev Throgmorton Sunday He had been sjck With fluxi for 10 Pliipr Rrlnlcv Christian at the Court House at all of Them only a week To Day Sunday7iSclioolsf Mr Bradshaw was about 72 The Debaters i v years of age and had sever been hs 111- - We will continue ONE FOURTH j r r e - K A W l lHH SB ViH hHH 1MB BB -- 1 1 v Great Bargain Opportunities For This Week i ing -- - V Lht The Daily Kenttickian 400 continue JJ 9ea T SPECIAL 1 - Hosiery Offering ON I - i SALE TO DAY tyn Okj lOJ ft LjJ de fcf torpedo-hoatdefttroy-e- rs 80 still 8c - frHW do it 10c JI fifteen-year-ol- ft Hiv tf W cii jr 1 r J a in