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Digital page images are linked to the text file. oiiwiiii Q Kmto a WEEK ipttian 111 Lf P I he 1mrlaitu - a W mifaammmMamiimmmsssf - yDi no 7tr hopkinsville ky Monday it lllHMllHMi -- in hi entachian 1898 LIVBNBWS Oil Every Pie We Set The Pace AFTERNOON JULY 25 PRICE 2 GENTS Y2 A ftJmFWm ji4 T TT j ii HP BXPELLl Gen Shatter Did Not Have tlie A m m Correspondent Shot Embarkation of Spanish Prisoners Expected to Begin Ncxt SAMPSONS WHERE THEY LAND Three Places Selected to Disem- - Not With The Captain MM ii i Thursday Report Will Be Given Out Wednesday t VUt j of the Seiuica The Officers at Siboney To Blame For Negligence Jean Special New York July 25 nette Jennings a nurse on the Senaca makes a statement concerning the alleged negligence of the officers in caring for the wounded She says the ships captain was not to nor responsible for the over crowded condition Qthe boats The fault was with the at Silponey She alleges that the Senaca was not inspected before the wounded were dered 0dard Says they were transferred ithoutclothing except the night clothes they wpre No provision whatever was bark the Porto Rico Troops Washington July 25 Specip At midnight last night a dispatch from Gen Shaftcr was posted stat ¬ ing that 3005 Spanish troops and First Battle May Take Place at 350 volunteer guerrillas had been San Plcdras in the surrendered at San Luis and Pjilr Interior They were infja ma Estriano Wcre4ide- starving condition and lighted at the prospect of gettirig home f Washington July 25 Special No yellow fever has appearedjfcin So far as can be learned the plans the cavalry at Santiago whiclFasi for the Porto Rico invasion are now camped at the base of the First Landing place to be Fajar the mountains two miles from El do Gen Miles believed to be dis- ¬ Caney Malarial fever is prevalent embarking men there to day but there have been no fatalities Second Landing place of Gen The cavalry is anxious to go to Brooke either Luverall east Porto Porto Rico but will be obliged to Rico or Guami on the South coast remain near Santiago until 4he and march to a junction with blame Spanish prisoners are removed 4f Gen Miles at San Piedras where It is expected that the first em- - the first battle will probably barkation of Spanish troops wifi occur officers take place at Santiago Thtirs Third Landing place of Gens day and as soon as the Spanish Wilson and Ernst at Barcelona soldiers leave the Cubans will vbe advancing towards San Juan af- ¬ or- ¬ allowed to enter the city All i un ter Miles and Brooke have united armed persons are however now their forces allowed free access to the city J Rioting in Spain Maj Gen Shaftcr reports 396 new cases of fever of all kinds at Mad- Special Paris July 25 Gen Luque Evacuates Holguin With 10100 Soldiers Washington July Navy Department is again considering the establishment of a naval station in Hawaii The cost is estimated at 150000 for im- ¬ provements which would make the island very valuable to the United States Secre- ¬ tary Long this morning completed the exam- ¬ ination of Sampsons report of the destruc- ¬ tion of Oerveras fleet It will be given to the press to night for publication Wednesday 25-Specia- l-The m tv I v nrv fiV SAN JUAN BAY PUERTO RICO SHOWING FORTIFICATIONS - the town If true it indicates a desire to sur¬ render the entire east end of the island Their plan is probably to concentrate their forces and make a determined staniii the western provinces and finally in Havana I Gen Wood Not Governo- r- is reported that G en Luque with 10000 Spanish soldiers who have been holding Holguin has evacuated morning From Santiago it Only Actihgacili mi Washington July 23 Special It is said atthe War Dew that Gen Leonard Wood is not the GoycrnonGerteral ofSaijtiatroIPlCi5t H been erroneously repdrted and iifj9t1iieve is no such officer As u2Si nor General or Military Governor It is explained that the statusisAsiSi if follows Gen McKibbin Ma mm i made to clothe them They were placed in ill smelled cattle pens and it is a miracle that none died f WAtswiiMrfi 1 New Yorkp July 25 ft Reasons Eor the Postponement The Heralds Washington dispatch Special says theailing of Watsons squadron has been postponed indefinitely Decause ot ucrmany s reiteration ot ner declaration 01 neutrality wnicn encourages the belief that Spain has no hope of assistance from that quarter and for the further reason that several of our warships need rvopairinf antl cleaning r Gen King Will Command Formerly Capfc King the Author The Manila expedition due to SqjhbiJuSpecml of Gen Chas King who will sail lave h6ro this week willbein charge onthe Arizona or Scandia f Gen King thinks Gen Merritt will need 53000 men before the end of the campaign Cwnmlttee to Receive Bids An ordir was made in the County coujt appointing Messrs J K Siajort L X Harris and S R Boyd as cdinmlftBloofcrsrto contract for tlie opening of a ditch on the inceton rojin n uowlings hill u - ft Jfy4kmlMUl6rWMyd an Brick Church RcvlvnI A protracted meeting commenced at the Brick Church near Sinking Fork Saturday and will last for about two weeks The meeting is being conducted by Key U L Ransom the pastor assisted by Rev J G Bow of Pembroke Ser vices arc being held both morning and evening and large croVd are t thtt jn ftueiumnee especmuy his camp Saturday and four deaths with none from yellow fever in four days Gen Shaftcr reports that he is now feeding 11000 Spanish prison- ¬ ers He has expelled from Cuba Sylvester Scovel and three corre- ¬ spondents of a rival journal whom he found it necessary to arrest for violations of the military laws and for issuipg incendiary circulars In the case of SylveslerScovel it was decreed that he ghajl never again enter United States military lines or board United states war ¬ ivic ships if Gen Shaftcr still makes no men- tion of friction with Garcia or of the latter s withdrawal As soon as the Spanishprisoners leave Santiago Mai Gen Shatter and the entire Fifth army corps will be returned to the United States They will then beallowed to rest until fall when tliey will be sent agianst Havana The Porto Rican army when it returns will also rest until fall and both will be depended on for the Havana cam ¬ Novel by Miss Davis paign being re enforced by Maj of Gen Lees corps andenough New York July 25 MissVarina other volunteers to make an artny Anne Jefferson Davis better and Maj Gen Miles more affectionately known to the of 150000 men will command the Havana cam- ¬ American people as Winnie Da- paign a new novel has written vis No change has been made in the which the Harpers hav published policy of the Government in send ¬ attractively It is called A Rc ing supplies and arms to the Cu mance of Summer Seas Tts KCono of action is a vovaire bans except in the case of Garcias command which will propnbly re ¬ through the Straits settlement fca ceive no more assistance Until his Hong Kong and Yokohama Thte attitude is Hbftndond story is pure romance as senior officer of the detail of America troopsinl Santiago proper was the commanding officer He fell ill and as Gen Wood was the second in ranks by virtue of that fact he assumed com- ¬ mand of all the American troops in Santiago city not very numerous according to Shafters report The garrison lias been kept down from a Wi whiii MaM desire to minimize the number of men exposed to contagion It happens rid advices say rioting has occurr- fortunately for Santiago that Gen Wood is a most competent medical ed at Grenada officer and he is above all of the officers with Shafter the best qualified to relieve the city from the unhealthful conditions that are said to exist EMBEZZLER ARRESTED there and to put it in good sanitary order It is said to be surprising A Bank Wrecker Who 3tole 640 how much can be accomplished by an army officer acting with full pow- ¬ ers in this direction The medical officers here recall the fact that dur- ¬ 000 in cash ing the civil war by the adoption ot rigid sanitary precautions and in- ¬ The most important arrest made sistence upon keeping the city clean Gen Butler while in command of in Louisville for years was effected the Federal forces at New Orleans managed to exclude yellow fever ab- ¬ Saturday afternoon by Chief of De- ¬ solutely from that place while the other Gulf ports suffered severely tectives Sullivan and Detectives Mahcr Hickey and Donahue Lewis Warner the Massachu ¬ Procuring More setts bank wrecker who embezzled 640000 in cash from the Northamp- ¬ ton Savings Bank and the Nor- ¬ The Harvard Fumigated thampton National Bank was cap- ¬ tured and placed in jail Special New York July 25 The steamer Minawaska has ar- ¬ of both rived and will be turned over to the government for a transport as soon Warner was President the banks and was one of the most as she is unloaded influential Democrats in Massa- ¬ The auxiliary cruiser Harvard has been fumigated and will be Used chusetts He left Northampton three months ago and has since as a transport in a few day s The Buffalo formerly the Nichtheroy been hiding in that city The ar ¬ has been taken out of commission to be remodlctl and refitted It is said rest was made after days and nights it will cost a lortunc to put her in conditiono of vigilant work by Capt Sullivan and his men ¬ mm Transports 1 Cubans are Sour m In tlie City of Key West Key VpBttJuly 25 Special There are 8000 Cubans here arid they make nb effort to conceal their dissatisfaction at the turn affair have taken at Santiago They were confident the Cubans would bp put in charge immediately after thejfall of the city They received the news prnt it the American victory wjjth UJlon indifference and sneered at the en- tbuBlastlc Americans Some even declared their preference for Cuba to remain Under Spanish rather than American rule The feeling b- tween Americans and Cubans is somewhat strained of - fl Wi PW BS1 wp i i Wf - W tH n Cfoe rwbltlicd crcry ttkM KJWW U1 X gatl funtucfrtan eTcnlng1 WARWPs Hob Budkwfcr at J wt tmv WL LI AM ROBINSON except 8undiy by ItllYerelbycarrIrstaalltatU 10 ol lh city and Deserter McMry Williams a Lhm a 21 The Kenttickiaii 1 Year FBEE arm REAL csjrr mk wxxx i Q dryman -- UWIOltrPTIOX KATM iMAnvAHnK 86 Fkk 8Mdii FOR in Advance 100 DEMOjOHATIO TICKET iK CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN OF UNION COUNTY There are no snakes in Porto Rico It is sttlhunsettled whetherornot the Garcia letter is a fake -- v ipewey is a member of the Epis- ¬ copal church A Few if any of the new generals Virginia Wood ¬ are in favor of a short war Bcttina Welch ward Cloud graphically pictures Hobson started back as soon as A Girl of Salem in vigorous verse he delivered his reports at the De- ¬ and Julia Magruder concludes her partments novelette AHeaven KissingHtf There is genuine huraoriinRobert Tlie departure of Gen Brooke J Burdettes TonguefeWLiars leaves Gen Wade in command at and fresh interest in Summer Chickamauga Shall Our Girls Piazza Stories is answered by Ed Gen Garcia is not the ilrst great go to College Bok who also writes in ad- ¬ man whose letters had to be writ- ¬ Ward vocacy of Giving Allowances to ten by a newspaper reporter Mrs S T Rorertells what Girls soldiers is The Best Diet for Bloodless Two of the Chickamauga died Saturday One was from Wis ¬ Girls and identifies the various consin and the other from Pennsyl ¬ kinds of mushrooms growing in the woods that are fit for food There vania They had typhoid fever i 1 midsummer reading will fiactyhe August Ladies Home Journal entirely to their tastw As usual the August issue tf tiff Journal is largely given up toshort stories there being nine in the one number and all by well known writers These include a pictur- onnuolv wntrA stnrv bvJuliailfHaW- thorne a strongly realistic tale byClara Morris the actressy a biting orous adventure by John Ivendrick Bangs and romances told in a ten- ¬ derer key by E H Mayde Alibe Carter Goodloe Sewell Ford and entertaining Some xf the moat readable letters Chickamauga have appeared Per Year m APTAMOKtlljy from in theOwensboro MessengSover Warrior The fol ¬ All those who are fond of bright the signature of lowing extracts are from the last fiction for Pm Wik ESTATE AGENTi ABSpCTSOF FOR ONLY Modern k 1 Sbwik IlflAOE Wi im- oae - are practical articles in War was declared three months ago to day If Havana had been promptly attacked at the opening bfhostilities the war would have been over by now The Second Kentucky regiment was the first to reach Chickamauga but it will be the last to leave The race is not always to the swift nor the battle to the strong Ex Go v Stone declared himself torial expansion and he will find many Democrats with him on this proposition of Missouri has in favor of terri- ¬ Gem Miles has already tele- graphed for additional convoys for lighters for tugs andforsnagboats Perhaps his next telegram will be to order his porcelain bathtub for warded to him I Missouri is re doubling the efforts to enforce the laws against the use of oleomargerine and butterine in In that respect Mis- ¬ souri is a long ways ahead of Ken- ¬ tucky Some of the state institu- ¬ tions of Kentucky use butterine as that State a substitute for butter W i m Hffif 4r TiiMP W1 txi Chas Spalding a former banker of Chicago now a convict in the Ill- ¬ inois penitentiary while attending court as a witness Saturday se- ¬ cured permission of his guards to be married to Miss Sarah Louise Erwin his former stenographer and the wedding was performed in the clerks office The bride will await his coming at the end of his term Mr R M Collier is the first can- ¬ didate to announce for 1899 He wants to be the Democratic nomi neefor Auditor and so informs the public in his home paper the Cyn thiana Democrat It is to be hoped iMr Colliers middle name is not Merrimac He might be sunk in the channel when the convention is held Lieut John Lind quartermaster of the 12th Minnesota volunteers now at Chickamauga has formally accepted the nomination fdr gover norvtendered to him by the Demo- ¬ crats silver Republicans and Pop- ¬ ulists Lieut Lind was formerly the Republican Congressman from the old Second Minnesota district Two years ago he was the candi- ¬ date of the fusion forces for gover- ¬ nor fc The Cynthiana Democrat says Hon James R Pugh who is a Democrat retires from the race for the ¬ ft Democratic nomination for congress in the 9th since his brother has been nominated by the Republicans and He has told me if I ran it says would cause a breach between our He further says that families should I be nominated he would withdraw from the race Under such conditions as that I shall re sigH nty ambition hitherto enter- laiaed awl sincerely thank my fflteaclwwer the district for their klai uoJlifttioiiH ip my bshalf iffli work millinery and on a Price 400 homely topics and the musical fea- ¬ Farm of 75 acres on Greenville ture is a song When I Wait at the Road By The Curtis Bars for Nell Six miles from the city Tho very Publishing Company Philadelphia One dollar per year ten cents per pondent and was formerly enroll- ¬ best place in tho neighborhood ing clerk in the legislature Wil ¬ timbor good water buildings orch copy liams has to be paid in smoking to-¬ urd and in a fiuo Btate of repair Price 650 Now that war is actually upon bacco of which our company has us and it is definitely known that plenty right now Both of these A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 the brunt of the great conflict will are from Bowling Green and say acres near Elmo be fought in and about Cuba the when they get back they are going Twenty acres of interest of the American reading to start a Chinese laundry I pity ing in high state timber tho remain of cultivation All public naturally centers in accounts the people of Bowling Green who the buildings in good condition of the country to which our men entrust their soiled linen to these splendid neighborhood J are marching and from which two but dont want to queer the in- ¬ Price 2200 many will never return The dan- ¬ tended business venture of my com- ¬ 100 acres 5 Miles From City on gers of guerrilla warfare in the rades Williams is regimental col- ¬ Russellviile Pike Cuban jungles where the stealthy or bearer and is so large and fat to fight Well improved 15 acres of timber bushwackers are trained that a Spanish bullet can not fail out of sight are most interestingly to hit him especially when they near church and school Prico 1800 set forth in the August Demorests have our silk flag to sight by A 136 acres on Ducker Mill road in the leading article called Guerrilla Eden It is an article The Bowling Green Company is 65 acres of bottom laud 2 good will interest every soldier in just across the street from us and houses 2 barns well watered 15 acref that the United States Army and the from Capt Clark down to Henry timber Price 1100 friends of every soldier There are Williams and Markham Hines con- ¬ w 500 cash balance in ono and 2 some excellent photographs of this tains a set of the nicest fellows on years guerrilla country showing our men the grounds Bowling Green must m the at 6 pqr cent Tho boat farm neighborhood A fine be anice place and when I come in action in palm jungles Besides these wo havo other faruiB collection of photographs of men back I am going to try and make for sale and will lake pleasure in prominent in the Spanish American arrangements with Col Park to go showing auyof them to parties wish war is furnished in the August Por over there and spend two or three1 ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab tracts of title furnished all pufchiiB trait Album including the latest months with them time to buy reap ue- and best portraits of Hobson the VHow long after a War is over estate hero of of the Merrimac and of the fore we veterans- can commence havThree tmotB of coal lands two Cuban patriots Gomez and Maceo ing reunions Ifettrre not too long Hines Williams and myself will get of the mines partially developed The examinirigboard at Santiago Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest qual up a monster one and tftll the out- ¬ which took cognizance of all the ity One tract contains 000 acres camp stories apd all that I one 175 acres ono G5 acres All facts in the case of the destruction siders believe we will be allowed to keep within I mile Illinois Central It It of Cerveras fleet have given Schley Will sell at bargains and the credit for the victory This an- ¬ this up about fifty years wont we terms Uaro ore fortunes on easy for the vets of the civil war have kept nouncement has given intense satis- ¬ The right men faction throughout the army and it up for over thirty years and are For sale navy and will doubtless have the not through yet and we want to ing hotel or exchange a good pay at tho famous Dawson have the same privilege same result when the news reaches Springs Will sell at a bargain or the public The same board might exchange for improved farming land JIM BLAINES SON wuh iuuiueu examine into the reasons for plac- ¬ ing Oapt Sampson ahead of twenty Figures For sale a good first class board Jn a Drunken Fight Over of his superior officers ing house at Daweon Springs Will Schley a Vaslcty actress sell on easy torms or oxchange for among them in the Cuban opera- ¬ good notes Tho owners business tions Capt James G Blaine who sailed compels him to reside elsowhore Why not let the American army JO acre ranch well improved near in Cuba now that they have rested for Manila Saturday figured in a San Diego Cal Will exchangofor three weeks go ahead and do some lively quarrel in San Francisco property in Christian county Ky more business Manzanillo has Thursday night the details of William Robinson Agt not been taken ThereareSpanish which have just come to light soldiers there almost within sight Summer Hollender a young society Office Webber Street man who had paid much attention of Santiago to Madeline Bouton now playing Hopkinsville Ky at the Columbia theater had invited PROSPEROUS YEAR her to a small supper at the grotto TO OLD POINT COMFORT AND THE SEASHORE AUG I6TH While the party was at the table Fine Showing for the Illinois Cen- ¬ young Blane came in it is said THE CREATE8T OF ALL TRIPS tral Rullroad Management somewhat under the influence of Tho regular Annual Excursion to Old Point liquor He glared at Hollender Comfort In charco of Mr W A Wllffus 6 P A President Fish of the Illinois and advancing to the table began will bo run Tuwday August 16th via I N and C Si O Railways from Hoikjwle on Central has sent out a letter to to pick a quarrel with him Miss regular train leaving 615 m bankers and capitalists congratu- ¬ Bouton became alarmed and fled connecting with Seashore at Special a which lating the security holders on the and other guests also departed hur- ¬ leaves Union Station foot of Seventh street at 130 P M The round trip rate to Old Point fine showing made by the company riedly Blaine and Hollender were Comfort Is nnly Sixteen Dollars and the tickets during the past year jHe says it separated before serious until September trouble are good returning only 7th with stop over Privileges was by far the most prosperous the had resulted It is said the two This trip surpasses any offered the traveling company has ever experienced An men nau had some trouble over public and affords many delightful diversions average of 8775 were operated business Grand and beautiful scenery Invigorating moun tain air surf bathing ocean voyage palatial against 3130 miles last year The hotel cntertalnmerii and a Visit to the Capital Such is Fame gross earnings for the year ended if desired June 30 were 27345539 as against Last November Lieut Hobson Every attention and courtesy will t extended to ladles 22110127 the previous year The placed witha clippings bureau an turning without escorts Qholcaof routes re between Richmond arid clidoii Yazoo and Mississippi Valley road orderfor all thp newspaper mentions will be given enabling thobe Wlio desire U Forge visit makes a still better showing with of himself From that time until Lynchburg Natural JlrJdtfe and other points of an increase of 2098 per cent Mr he sailed ivtyh Sampson only forty Interest Slopping ratA will Km fof berth Fiqh says it is tdo early to guess at such clippings were collected Now IUwUvllte tocar PolutYto b boecupttd by one or Old the dividend but it will exceed tha theypour in at tfie rale pf 400 H two persons pud application for icng car spaa sltuuW t wad t ohm tu W V WtV day V AJ4iyU Kfr ¬ -- needle- ¬ variety of Buckner took a musician to Hopkinsville not long little trip ago and had not axactly gone through the formality of asking for He got only 5 and a furlough and a few blisters in his five days hands that a cruel pick and shovel put on them as a little momen- ¬ as the Owensboro society tum Buck is in good stand- ¬ folks say now and is clerk for Markham ing Hines the acting regimental quar They make a good termaster The colonel told the strong pair boys to accept no clothing except it fitted and Markham and Bob can try a coat on a JEtcxib and make him think it fits like the paper on the waII in truly Hebrew fashion Markham Hines is from Bowling Green and is about the busiest man up here In addition to his of- ¬ fice duties he does the washing for the boys in the Bowling Green com- ¬ pany and ours We all pay him in cigarettes This branch of busi- ¬ ness grew so rapidly that he had to have an assistant in Harry Wil- ¬ liams who is a newspaper corres- ¬ war is all right and that we want to fee it through as we are in it Woihavo for b1o sown of tho bos biiTto a man they say if another buildiBg lots in the city apd on terms comes up the younger brood or as to suit purchasers iricos innging they term it fresh suckers can go from 20 to 3000 Thoy are locatod along and assist Uncle Sam Wp in nearly erory part of tho city Wll of our croWtl affrco j that this per cent Money loaned at estate for on first class real a term of 5 years With all the tot provemenm the Ictwi money everAignufacN Ured xna DMt MRciiMM for iiH 3 - m i J Bimplo durable- - Light running noiBolesa v pur also havo for sale farms in this aud ndjoining eountios Theso farms are owned by parties who wish to eoll Bolow is a partial list of them A 10 Every Machina jfwA antnd yours f f Fine Farm near Kennedy A 50 Machino for for and freight prepaid 21 Well improved good land well wa tered and timbered 180 acres Prico 5400 A Farm of 350 acres on Butter- Cash must accompany a oruors ¬ 1 SlEUUaCATIONa The Head To five and one half Inches high nd eight ahd one half Inches long inside measurement This lf as high as any family machine tnado and must not be confounded with tho medium or so called high arm ma ohlnea The bead pinto uuU Into orjevel with tho table ThoNoedlo IsstralgUt3jeir aoUng flat on nesldo and cannot lusetwTOiig iiii The Shuttle tsopon on the end cylinder ihapa and absolutely sclMhrcadlng The Bearings Are all steel woll fitted and adjustable Self threading Tlio ninchlnoU eolfthrond ing and no hole to put tho thread throjgh except the eye of the ncodliu Tho Feed Is positive In action and had no springs to got nut oforder Automatic Bobbin AYlnderrrWlll wind tho oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread TheStltch Is double look fttltch Tho same on both fides and will not ravel Jan be lengthened or shortened Ironi eight t6 thlrt Stitches to the Inch Tho Tension ra a flat spring tension and ad justable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nlcklo plated and has a Iboso wheel attached to operate bobbin winder ¬ milk Road Two thirdB in fino timbor good im provetnents well waterod 8 miles from tho city Big bargain Price 900 Farm of 106 acres onButler Road Three and ono half miles from the city well improved good orchard and never failing water 750 A farm of 20 acres ou sumo road 8 miles from the city well improv directions The Furniture Is woll si ado highly noi Ishetl and elegant In appMranco All these machines will be sent out with oak furniture unless walnut Is specified Kaeh machine has a look to the drawers and cover nice nickel pinto drop rings to all drawers All machines arc well packed and orated HEAD OUR GUAKAXTEK 1 wheel to keep clrc3 from getting on wheel Attachments Arc the famous Johnsons set In tin box and consists oftufer Irufilei fourlipmmorn binder qulltorjfoot hemmer and fellormulor braider andeerer toll can and oil two crew drivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb scrow guaga and book of Price ThNow Mathews Machine 10 years from date of purchase ami warranted thirty dors trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction to us at our expense and the money paid ui will be refunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what ever lit purchasing tho New Mothews Machine You havo thirty days trial of it la your own home and if for any reason you should wish to return the machine it may ee shipped to us at our expense and the money will bo refunded All communlcatldns regarding the Ken Mathews Machino should be addressed to U not given tho machine may be reshlpped to ed A good poultry or market gar den farm in good neighborhood without running machine Tho Movement Is tho celebrated eccentric movements posltlveln action and fewer working parts than any machine on the market TheStand Has large balance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadle la lare and bangs In cono centers and all lost motion can be taken up astern undersell end and can bo easily moved A nice dress guard over ¬ CfifAS M MEACHAMi HopkinsVHIe iKy Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine This machino is manufactured with tho vjew of supplying a long foil juoaern nigu arm liret clnea Hewing Machine wjthfall late vant 10 win mprovements and of flrst cloBS muterial and crood workmanahln inclndinc- o the best and latoBt Attachments at a reasonable price A book of- inetruo- tions accompanies every machine n - RELIABILITY -- - K is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these days of yellow journalism They care little fortruth and a great deal for temporary sensation It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability It prints the news all the news and tells the truth about it It is the only American newspaper outside New York city that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service and its own staff correspondents and artists at the front in both hemispheres 1 It is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world Its war news service is unapproachably thebest I Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier -- - We read the war news in the other papers then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD tq see how much of it is true Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received by all postmasters t Address TUB CHICAGO RECORD 181 Madison street Chicagof ¬ ¬ DAM a RICHARDS BUILDERS CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN 4 Building Materials J LUMBER Of All Kinds LIME AND CEMENT ¬ jHi Give us a call when you rjeed anything in our Hne J 1 DAGG RICHARDS HOPKIISVIllX nr fttJ tfJ vr- M4iattNarifcMaMi BASBOALL 81BCIALr RKSUEW OP YliSTEltDAYa t DtBO oamks J Claciiitikti 6 Pittsburg 55 CluW CincmmatllLiM57 Baltimore cw X0A Chicago PliitadeYritfia Brooklyn--- i HIT tfelWon t Ml PO 671 646 622 595 543 535 518 487 405 381 345 279 47 4 46 38 t 32 29 24 - 28 29 31 32 37 40 fo 40 47 mi WMhiiigtotw JkWX A it 32 J52 St Louis t 55 62 DAY SHKDULK FOR TO i Sti Ifouia at LoujisviHc U Boston at Brooklyn Baltimore at New York Washington atPhiladelphiaj Cincinnati at Pittsburg Hopkinsville Produce Jlarkct flash prices paid by Hopkinsvillo rqerohants Bacon finms country Shotildbra Sldoa i 1 810o 4 -- J5 Jo G7c 7c Lard CduntryProduce Butter Egga NWfettthera Beeswax Tallow GlSsong per lb TMb wathod yvoql i - 67g lMlGc 2528c 18g21c U2Jc t S2225 i 26o Greabd PoultryY chickona livo per - 1318o j iiooitors drain iv doz150l80 2o J I meaJtVtvf shelled Corn 1 51pvorpoybu8hel Corn V - 3 4Bc gtc 60c l At his residence near Howdl Ky July 20 at 6 oclock a in PaBchal Giles aged nearly 62 years Could the subject of this sketch be consulted 1 doubt not he would W AK8 ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO say the above announcement was AND THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD CASTORTA AS OUR TRADEMARK PITCHERS CASTORIA that he desired but as a friend ill who knew him intimately and loved J DR SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis Massachusetts him dearly I claim the privilege of CASTOR I A was the originator of the same1 that paying to his memory a tender on every tribute When lh 1861 wars first has lorne and does now hear alarm was sounded between the the fac 8imile signature of yvtSflffflfaflikt wrapper sections his knightly arm at once This is the original CASTO Rl A which has been used in was raised in behalf of the South the Mothers of America for over thirty years where his connection of patriotic theiomes of LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is duty led and it was never lowered until the final surrender tyhen he the kind you have always bought on the returned to his home and ceasing to and has the signature wrap- ¬ of be the brave and gallant soldier Wo one has authority from me to use my ndrno except who had so often and valiantly rid ¬ per The Centaur Company of which Chas H Fletcher is President den into the jaws of death He became the unassuiriing in ¬ dustrious energetic citizen who by the practice of these virtues speedi ¬ Do Not Be Deceived ly retrieved the fortunes of war Amassing a competence and even Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting then in his days of bachelorhood which some druggist may offer you displaying a hospitality for which a cheap substitute because he makes a feV- more pennies on it the in- ¬ he has ever since been noted In 1881 he married the daughter gredients of which even he does not know of Hon Berry Lyle of Clarksville Always The Kind You Tenn who with three daughters BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF and one son survives him But tis not of these I now would speak for I know how empty of Oresults are words of condolence and sympathy spoken to grief stricken hearts time alone can speak to them a rec- ¬ onciliation to the will of God which on Having hot now but some time theyll un- ¬ I have before said As derstand Never Failed You The I knew him intimately and well in THE OCNTAUtt COMPANY TT MUnDAY BTnCCT NCWYONK CITY every relation of life As a soldier he was brave and chivalrous as a citizen he was loyal and patriotic Arthur GLungham Breckinridge Caatleman John B Custloman as a neighbor he was kind and ¬ obliging as a friend he was trusting and generous asi husband he was devoted and true as a father his love was unlimited as a chris- ¬ tian his faith was unbounded The Largest Fire Insurance Company in the World Farewell dear friend farewell and in bidding you farewell the Does tho Largest IluBineaflJin tlio State of Kentucky sweetest solace of our hearts is to Does the Largest Business in tho Southern States know that God will be with you until we meet again 24983102 Losses Paid in Kentucky in 1896 AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS lXyyj War- C2SJCft - l News 9 J B1 i 6ta7 r - 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 reliable wor news 4 r I a i ¬ Have Bought Hi M wfJSwi Insist v no iiqi 1 1 EM That I Kentuckians Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and vnlvmfifL l 1 til ic l Royal Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL Ji a Livestock Hogs Shoep Cattle Calvea S F E Lambs Hidea aud Fura Groeri hidea Groon salted hidea Dry flint 1 Vegetables Now potatoes per buahel Cabbrigo per head Watormolona r 3V25 250800 250350 300325 00425 GRASSHOPPERS BLOCK TRAIN Insects Reported Thfck In Colora- ¬ do Crops Destroyed BAEBEE Walter FJGarnett Co CASTLEMAN Resident Agents Managers Southern Department General Office Louisville Hopkinsville Ky J Florida Flour Rotailr- Patout per bbl Standard per bbl two fast freight trains had been de ¬ layed at Liraon Junction Col by grasshoppers The insects covered 2535c the track and crushed by the en gine until the wheels were coyercd 425 with an oily substance causing Topeka Kan July 25 A report was received by the superintendent 7 Jc Wl2c of the Chicago Rock Island Pa- ¬ cific railroad from the train dis at Goodland Kan that 75o patcher 67o ESTABLISHED IN 1852 J5c SAMUEL HODGSON Importer and Manufacturer of iveniucKian is puDiisnea every evening except Sunday and every department of the paper is supplied with a news serv ice A that cannot be surpassea in ai I w estern Ken tucky a Swm jLiie ¬ - CJbVoror vtrsJ fWS Good Timothy Bran retail a Wm doz Fnnojjpor Glioico per doz y r 375 them to slip as though they had been greased Tlie experience is ft 5c iiol u new one in western ivunsus but it is 70c and eastern Colorado many years since a similar trouble 12Je was reported 20c 10c 10c f j Grt eq Corn-7-Ftinc- doz ears Choico doz onra 4 8c Same End But DifferentsMethpds 4ardltowji July Mels tie prominent bjnkerfanddis lillei committedauicide yesterday by Bliooting himself in the head with a pistol The deed has caused a great shock to the community MrvSamuels had Jieeri in ill health h cyeral months and suffered much from depression It is thought himind finally gave way and that hewas in a state of irresponsibility 4 wHen he killed himself Lexington Ivy - 23W I Sam w f July 23 FactB jjvlrebrouglitdUt at the inquest yesterlay niorping showing that Henry Spehcer jumped from the Htpr bf the Jarty building at an eafiyiKour instead of acciden tally falling He had been drink- JUjffhejivilyifoilaomotimd and had told Capb Frajjier he intended to noon kill WflBcftby jumping frpm he Dance in Hog Eye xindoWr Spencer was fprty one Grain Dealers The dance last evening in Hog- - robacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants yearB of age and unmarried Eye block given in honor of all the Fire Proof Warehouse oon np8SELrviiLE andr nST8 nforcihg BuiterlneLavs visjtipg young ladies was largely Columbia Mo July 25 The an ¬ attended and pronounced by all a Ky i Hopkinsville nual repqrtof the MiBsquri Sate most enjoy able affair will be It Liboral Advance on Oonsignmonts All Tobacco dout ns favored by Insurance Board of igrlculturelju8t issued followed by another next week in SST rom headquarters here contains a honor of the Misses Earle of Ala JAS WEST gtatcment of the results of the efforts bama and Migs Burnett of Cadiz NATGAITHER of the Wlfcf h to enforce thq Ky Madisonville Hustler -quarantljiejind Wttafae taws dur- Kentucky Soldier Dies grding tl vflerepK RyB the Sergb George Lancaster Sniithi Cqmpany C Third Kentucky died TOBACCO COMMISSION X MERCHANTS Sunday nt Loiter Hospital Chlcki ftt fmrtKiiKvaarcf nr irw anwiga and the remains yere TlreiMaMtMc of auptMf jibipped to Bardstown foir jntr- - Reward for Cervenis Conqueror The people of Maryland have raised a fund of 25000 to purchase some sort of testimonial for Com- ¬ modore Schley who is a native of that state and belongs to an aristo- ¬ cratic old familv After much dis- cussion as to the fqrm in yhich to offer the gift the committee in charge has very sensibly decided Ky is my soiicitor of Hopkinsville WHITLQjy to purchase a handsome villa sur- ¬ MR F M rounded by a small farm within an M FSHRYER hour or two of Baltimore and Wash ¬ I C HANBERY so that the commodore will ington have a snug harbor to anchor in when old age overtakes him and 1 he goes upon the retired list SHRYER Proprs HANBERY Death at Cadiz Railroad St Botwoon Tenth HOPKINSVILE KY Cadiz July 25 Smith Hawkins and Elovonth sonofMn Charles Hawkins died Careful attention given to sampling and selling nil tohacco consiguod He o us Liboral advances otutobacco in store All tobacco insured unlpa here Saturday of consumption had been sick foraboutfour months otherwise instructed but was only confined to his bed three weeks He was sixteen years VV H Faxon W Q WnEELEn old The Interments took place in East End Cemetery yesterday after Maible and Grranite MoiiirLeiits Daily delivered In the city j W lontnplinn 10 sanasggTS Qlrinr ft - Per U 35 212S Main 2 T4lBL3TS ETC y Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL CLJRKSyILLE TENNESSEE Daily One Miotttu Daily Three Months Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition - 100 400 1 yr 200 PEOPLES WAREHOUSE The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive tvpe and its news pages are illustrated with the hfiftt nintiirafl tn h nhtninnd r r w m m r r m i - w w wp Subscribe Now Wheeler Mills Co 6T 99 2 I A -- r I i r4-- ITIT k s ftnTTT rr feenu in ypur subscription oy mail Call at tfye oiiicq in the Ken- 1 tuckian Buildine first floor at 212 South Main Street or teleplione f y jW Address- - thoyear f tk Qaither West HOKINSVILLB KY on Tobicco -s- jjC M Meaoham Publisher 4t6HltiMcVV ilH cc 0 Liberfl lvces nude it Pour pailit iMrate Free i j- -r - sMrZs J lTHKf I ll I s rTsTTTB gj M f o l 4 YV V C SHOT IN THE BACK GATHERED At ORACEY A ADDRESSES -- TfT CERULEAN SUNDAY IPnt of THE ENDLESS CftAIN George commandant Newport navy C Mwney Lively Time In Police Court New Farmfcig Flrm THc Once More the Festival Tmjcdy th DiKftat Crowds Season on Mand ths Rett Cros5 Schooner to Sail to Cuba naval base Key nr- - Coats to the Front fc 7f Lewis Gee Brought Down by a Bullet FromTa JaalousHus- - bwrsiFop m 3 After a vacation of two or three Wweeks the business Of shedding jjblood at cullud festibuls was rc-gaumed Saturday night at the col v orejthurch near Pee Dee A festival was given for thebcne- During the eve- JTit oft the church JpingWc attentions of Lewis Gee to fone of the sister who happened to rWnmirried woman aroused the jealoJiRy of Norval Elliott the hus- band in the case No open quarrel Joolc place but Elliott kept a close watch on his wife during the eve- iuc mingand wnen sne ie at hour Gee was still in her company i - f Special July 25 Saturday wa3 a busy day in Judge McGehees couft Iarshal Witty raided a disorderly house kept by Callie PinspnT col and ar-raigned for trial three of the parties Chas Finn was fined caught 1450 but on the way to the cala ¬ boose gave the officers the slip and He left town made his escape without leaving his address Cal- ¬ lie Pinson was also fined 1450 but judgment was held up on her promise to leave town in two or three days and not come back Lou Davis of Henderson was fined 950 which she paid and quickly J Gfacey Ky WlwaCrop Lt fI Were f he - Futures of the Teach t With kc ami Lemons Farquhar ers Meeting V A Large Attendance on iHand and - a Oood Meeting Promgd -- Prof Willis S and Marshal Witty have started out to regulate the morals of the place and other similar raids are Jiable to occur at left town Judcre McGehec anytime Mr John J Reed now residing in Hopkinsville has enteVed into a partnership with Mr H H Bryant and will operate his farm of nearly 500 acres here for the next three years Mr Reed Vas for many years in partnership with the late Mrs McCarty and is one of the best farmers in the county Thechange will make it necessary for him to become a citizen of Trigg county asthe house is in Trigg although the farm lies in both counties Wheat threshing has been re- ¬ sumed and with no rain to inter fere the bulk of the crop in this sec- ¬ tion will be threshed by the end of the week Most of the farmers will profit by their experience of the lad two years and hold for better prices Mrs B B Nance of Pee Dee is visitjng her daughter Mrs Parish Meacham A great deal of sickness in the community keeps Drs Bell and Backus busy all of their time -Ice Cream Supper The ladies of the M E church atFairview Ky will give an ice cream supper at the residence of H G Petrie Jr on next Thursday night for the benefit of the church Everybody is invited to attend and aid in this laudable enterprise TTiiinff ofnfinnpcl himself at a m v f ft was taken unawaresij it entered f below the shoulder bladp and has JfaotbeeH located i L Geewastakenlihome andWas still jalive at last accounts His vound had not been dressed and the full extent of the injury is not yet known lit is the opinion that while f very fpainful the wound xijll not prove -- conveneinent point by the road they v vere to pass and when the couple cameuphe stepped out and open The first fire on Gee with a pisjtol shot took effect in Gees bclc as he Institute for The Teachers convened this Christian county morning at 10 oclock and was or ¬ ganized with a full attendance Prof J C Willis of Bowling Green is presiding as instructor After devotional exercises the pro- ¬ gram was carried out The formal addreqs of welcome was delivered by G C Long Jr in a very graceful and appropriate style It was responded to on be ¬ half of the visitors by Prof L W Gtithrie of Bowling Green a tal-cnted young Christian county teach- ¬ er a brother of Mr L P Guthrie of this city Then followed the formal enroll- ¬ ment of teachers whichhas not yet beehcompleted as teachers are fratal - Elliott has made no attempt to avoid arrest He is still in the neighbprhood of Pee Dee inKcb nuPKiwbYiLLi duyb Who Will Sail To pay For Far Off Manila M In the Tennessee Regiment due rto startfrom San Francisco to day Jgins son ot Mr K a iiuggms Jesun Tandv son of Mr D A or Manila there are threeHopkins- Ivillq boys They are Lannes Jriug- - WTandy and Edgar Morris brother Wof Messrs J D and Stonewall Morris the Springfield com panyand have been in San Fran- cisco for several weeks drilling hoursa day On July 4 they anine a forced fnirtrjch of 27 miles They have all enjoyed good health1 V fi Theyarein still coming jn After this had been attended to as far ae possible the address of Miss Katie1 McDaniel County Su- ¬ perintendent was listened to It was a carefully prepared-presentatioof the school matters of the county and was very entertaining The Instructor Prof Willis then delivered a formal address that oc- ¬ cupied the time upto thehourof ad- ¬ journment Prof Willis is a fine talker and has already made a gpdfimpression on the teachers In the afternoon business was Montgomery resumed at 115 with roll call and Mr Price Boyd has gone to music on business The formal program fortheafter Paducah Miss AdaBacon of Newstcad is noon follows shopping in the city to day 130 School Management - Judge John H Myers of Crofton 1 The Teachers Preparation tr is hereon business J W Burnett Car- ¬ 2 Securing a School-Mis- sMiss Hettie Long has returned rie Brasher from a visit to Nashville -A3 TheExaminationl Dr Jas A Youqg returned home 220 Recess andMiusIc lOMinutcs from Cincinnati this morning 230 Reading J C Willis Mr P B Moseley and wife went 320 Recess andMusic lOMinutes 330 Literature Teacher led by to Dawson Sunday to spend a week J C Willis Miss Nonie Prowse returned this Announcements Music 430 morning from ayjsit to her brother Adjournment at Chickamauga will be Ample accommodations Mr Arthur Knowles who has TO DAYS MARKET REPORT made for all who may attend from been at Princeton for some time out of town has returned home n -- Hopkinsvillb Misses Mollie Martin Ida McCarky Lelia Wicks Mrs C E Oliver It A Yost and wife T If Joaes wife ad daugh ¬ ter Mrs E M Caraey J Ki Mc Clure and wife aad Messrs C A Thompsoa Jolin McCarley J K Gant S C fiercer Jr L C Rags dale T M Wooldridge J A Rad- ¬ ford W E Ragsdalc Jr Geo H Smith E H Petrie John Fcland Jr W R Wicks G H Champlin and W M Hancock Misses Ella and Francis Cadiz Trice Ella Pursley Edith Bing ¬ ham Mrs H M Prathcr and Messrs Wallis Shaw i5 T Mc- ¬ Carty F B Hillraan T C Raw lins B F Goodwin J Hill Mor- ¬ gan Geo Pollard Geo II Pike and T W Gunn GrACEY Miss Ethel Wadlington and Messrs P T Roberts C R Wadlington J W Francis and T Witty Makion Kv D B Ivevil and J E Penn I Wallonia W B Wash and Miss Francis Wash St Louis JW Fishback and wife and GeoVVrWilson Paducau Mrs WJCGray and Miss Palmer 1 Sherman Tex W H Harper wife and mother MArion Ind Dean A Baldwin G Petrie and Fairview---- H k Special Bath Me July 25 yyu uLZZaH The schooner B W Morse Capt 11 c 6 11 w wcLwHmnuing T T Newbury chartered by the squadron aortti Atlantic fteetsecond auxiliary No 10 Red Cross so Casey comiaaidinr League 8iU8 ciety of Sew York came down the yard Willifti T Sampson actinf river oa Wednesday night with a Auuuiaj Luinuiaqqiag north cargo of 751 tous of ice and hauled Atlantic fleet The twentieth i8 up to receive a large consignment Of Bartlett J Cromwell the first on lemons beets and carrots furnished the list of captains now a member ¬ commandant Norfolk navy yard Jfca C Watson con mandinfc eastera squadron HearJ Wt commandant Norman H oj tUi I in this city The cargo is intended tor the board United States warships on the northern coast of Cuba and was purchased and will be distributed under the direction of Dr- - L R Lamar of New York who volun- ¬ teered his services Dr Lamar states that the cost of the cargo and the transportation was raised by 10c subscriptions MissSchcrick a Babylon L I girl started an endless chain letter system and the money was obtained as a result of this cargo ot tiie examining ind irnig TRADED FAkMS nr John L Brame Becomes the Owner of a Track of Arkan ¬ sas Land Mr John L Brame a well known Cerulean farmer and a man named Libby of Arkansas have traded t farms and each one will give im- - i mediate possession The trade in- eludes stock growing crop etc Senior NaVal Officers The farm that Mr Brame exchanir- The following is a list Of twenty ed is situated near Gracdy and con- senior officers of the navy and their tains 475 acres of welUimprdved j i i k iana ana tne iracc mat Jie nets h commands on July 1 Arkansas contains 1391 acres and Rear admirals Joseph N Miller commanding Pacific station Mpnt- - is known as the Sunflower ranch cromcry bicarq memoer ot war in Prairie county on the Memphis board Edmund 0 Mathews presi ix iimi iui juuu Mr Libby has arrived at Gracey dent examining and retiring boards and Mr Lem Brame a son of Mr Charles S Norton commandant Washincrton navy yard Fraricis John Brame will leave this week for Arkansas to take charge of th wife new farm His father wjll join him Glenwood Ky C E Jones a little later and the rest of the Evansvitle A B Hicks family will move before Christmas Mr Brame will not dispose of hist PERSONAL GOSSIP farm near Cerulean but vvijl con t tinue to operate it Ho will engage Mr NiD Green spent Sunday at extensively in stock raising in V - Arkansas MASS CONVENTION The Republicans Will fleet day at the Court Hoyse The mittee hold COMMODORE Mon A h Republican County met and decided a mass convention House Com- tor at Last Weeks Weather From official records kept by Mr Corrected Dully unci Uy lton Kawllni Hunker llruker HoiikluHvlllo Kjr r f i m fts PIVP HIlNTWFn CAME j m nowe Highest Lowest Ilafufiill 1 Higt Closing Henderson Depopulated Sunday by Tuesday aCotored Excursion Wednesday uJJ Chicago Market I t Monday 88 92 8 V i B fcV fin W I 5 5 I 1 i 1 fT 3 - J Jane N PJ ft v fc Xtf SHMV ft AM t-- TOf WWiP - liM fL crowd was orderly and the livery his recovery ntables and bicycle stores profited Mr Martins Condition greatly by their presence in the city The condition of Mr John Marjtin Overseer of the Poor house vho Death of Mrs Jenkins has been critically ill for ten days The wife of Mn A B Jenkins with typhoid fever is reported Un- ¬ died at her home on the Greenville improved to day and his many road six miles from the city last friends are now very apprehensive night after a short illness An in about his recovery fjfant preceded her to the grave only Road Commissioners Named a wc Mrs Jenkins was about 30 years J R Brame L O Garrott and fold The interment took place at J H Stevens were appointed com- ¬ the family burying ground at 3 missioners to view- the proposed oclock this afternoon route for the hew road known as the HoWell and Bells station road Will Join His Father They will perform their duties and NelsoaFuqua son of Surgeon YV report to the county court M Fuqua of the United States tArmy spent Sunday here with his Suspected Murderer Arrested mother He is on his way to Au John Brown- col alias Hopkins dgusia Gai to join his father in been arrested in Illinois charg ¬ clerical capacity Dr Fu- - has with the murder of Ed Capps a ed ihlnkf he will go to iorto kico white man in Paducah last March UtiiK The body of Capps was thrown into Twe Sniall Fines Charlie1 Ticker was fined 4 and the Ohio river costs in the1 police court Saturday Threshers are Running afternoon for breach of peace ThrcHhiug wheat has been re- ¬ Kirk Allen was fined 5 and costs sumed in fall force and many ma ¬ tor breach of peace in Judge chines are running to day in all Leavella court today parts o the coqnty on Hot liatham Wrk 4 Remember the flalne The work of renovating and cleaningNjUp the interior o Hotel Latham Place to get your fine Merchant - SSftiQ 91 Thursday 704 91 500 strange colored Friday There were V 94 came Saturday people in town Sunday They 94 fon a special excursion train from Sunday iHendersofaat a 125 round trip fir Gaines No Better rate and arrived about noon Mr Jno J Gaines of Montgomery After spending several hours in the in who was stricken with paralysis is city they returned to Henderson Many country still very low and shows no sigrisof the afternoon ilnwlfAifn IrlllUW lv fr mnnf fViniv triot improvement except that he has omA HV UUl AUTO tors and it was a regular gala day partially recvoered the power of The speech The chances are against for the colored population 72 71 75 71 69 72 73 55 Opg 67 G7 Cash Wheat ltr Sept Wheat Dec Wheat Sept Corn w Sepbats Sept Sept Sept Sept Dec Corn 34 35 20 9 95 Pork Lard 5 60 Ribs 5 67 j wheat puts I 74 67 67 Wyi 34 35 35 35J4 21 20 10 00 10 00 5 65 5 65 5 70 5 70 66 calls 67 j 67i New York StocIcR and Cotton 114 1V U1WWW CfB2S Opff Aug Cotton 5 82 Am Tob 1 19 Chicago Gas 99 1 05 Higtl 5 83 Closing 5 77 20 tf 00 20tf 00 06 53 37 25 N L Manhattan Sugar Coal Ik Iron 52A 1 1 05X 32jr 25 05 ft i fl 06r 05 37 25 Wheat Corn ChlcnKoUecolnta To lay i 157 Oats Hogs Cattle Kail m ntud ICoce lptfl Cars 496 Cars 212 Cars 32000 Head 14000 Head 285 650 Tamorrov Wheat Corn Oats Hogs Uog Market Cars Cars 3 10 Cara 22666 v32pp0 Mrs Ada Layne will leave to- ¬ to morrow for Kansasj City Mo visit relatives Mr Wm K Cisco has gone on a visit to friends and relatives in Louisville and Bardstown Ky Mr W B Kennedy of Paducah spent Sunday in- the city with his family whoare summering here Miss Lucy Harris of Gallatin Tenn and Miss Bettie and Nannie Djckenson of Pee Dee are visiting Mrs JB Fisher this week Mr and Mrs Jas H Anderson and little daughter and Mrs Chalkley left this morning for Lookout- Mountains Chattanooga to two or three weeks spend Mr Leo Samuels is the guest of his brother Mr Jake Samuels Mr Samuels formerly lived in Hopkins- ¬ ville but is now traveling for a Minnesota wholesale house Mr Walter Blythe of Loiiisvlle Ladies real lisle fast black seamless hose double sole high spliced heel extra durable is here on weeks visit to his parents His wife who has been visiting relatives in the city for Ladies super maco imported dropN stitch hose IlcrmsdorfyeJ three weeks will return with him line silk finish double sole and heel highest ex- cellence in material and manufacture Miss Mae Thacker one of Prince- ¬ tons popular young ladies who Ladies beautiful imported lisle hose supreme quality has been the guest of Mrs Frank sliced heel double sole new style drop stitch exlra Trice of Pembroke is now stop- ¬ ping with her aunt Mrs T M Ladies fast black and fast tan seamless hose fjQ Edmundson on West Seventh -- in the Con action M Bruce commandant Brooklyn gressional race is ot course ai it navy yard and George Dewey foregone conclusion that this coun commanding Asiatic station ty will instruct for Mr- Fowler the Commodores Frederick V Mc local candidate Under the cajl Nair superintendent naval acade- ¬ each county is permitted to decide my John A Howell commanding upon any method it prefers to first squadron north Atlantic fleet choose delegates to attend the dis Henry L Howison commandant trict convention at Hawesville Boston navy yard Albert Kautz August 29th - MKAIB the to Court next Monday take SPECIAL - Hosierjf Offering - - ON - SALE TO DAY AfJJ 19c -- fyrn Hogs To day Hogs To raorrow Litfht Mixed Ji - Rough Heavy Total Clearance 227000 400 407 390 412 L r Wheat and Flour Exp 196000 bus borhood An excellent brick dwoil iug houso with all other necessary improvements A never failing supChange in Road District ply of water Terms of sals will bo Judge Cansler has made an order liberal uwl fully mado known on day transferring F W Woods farm to of fialo J D CtARof Executor the road district worked bj Over HERE AND THERE BeerW L Harnedion the Butler road iihii 30 head young cattle an fine v f Passed a Bad Check4 W W Warm Milk Cows for sale A stranger giving hia name as Tailoring i by Fowright Pants O R RRKa - atinuil For loovvtaonnrl fliA T Tnlnl will Johtion waft arrested jn Haa dence witlrlargeThree onroom resi ¬ made for 3 5 7 and Suits14 West 17th hall fal1 for bUHf street opposite son KyM chargjyitli paailng a St Good water if fjjf fm fo worthless check ftp a miloott man mwi rBW uttr Vf At Wamo ¬ m Mens fast black and fast tan fine gauge seamless socks I will ouJiiilrsday Aug 4 1808 nt 1 p m offer for sale at public aucin great tion on the premised the old Glardy Alens fine muslin hemstitched handkerchiefs homestond situated near Bull Chris pattern borders variety of beautiful tian county Kentucky His farm con ft taiuB about 805 acres and is one of Another shipment of those splendid bleached vesjs T the beet of Christian county farms for ladies with taped neck and arms Situated in a most desirable neigh ¬ ¬ Public Sale jC Qn Xw ii S y - 1530Vi7th a