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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i n ij i i c tc Daily 5mtttcKratt hi IMILES DELAY OEfT WO if 78 i HOPKINSVILLE KY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON JULY 27 1898 tUI PRICE 2 CENTS BISNARCK ki ii LIVELY SCRAP oi n it nt vff Between Spaniards Forces and Allied His Life jj A4i m- Jl jTlic Missed San Juan 80 i Germanys Greatest Statesman Will Soon Follow Englands Qrand Old flan Berlin July 27 Special Authentic reports from Count Bis Â¬ marcks condition cause general apprehension He has been con fined to his bed for three days He has had no sleep for three nights and is unable to eat or drink The dropsy from which he is suffering is creeping- up his legs and it is feared that the end is near His sons William and Herbert have been summoned Brush Brought On By the Landing of Supplies Has Lost the Chance to at Banes Special Key West July 27 A lively battle occured at Barnes Pinar del Rio July 23 between a Spanish column and Cuban insur gents and members of the expedi- Â¬ tion on the little steamship Wander- Â¬ er under Capt Heard of the Third cavalry with provisions for the insurgents in the Western provin- Â¬ ces Two of the crew and a num ber jpf the Cubans were slightly Miles In Landing A Mouotain Take Porto Rico Sli isn Range Between Spain Asks For Peace and Him And The Enemy Madrid July 27 Special It is ed here that the government will protest to the Powers against the Americans landing troops in Porto Rico after Spain has sued for peace Throws Up The Sponge U TT hurt ls Special July 26 The Spanish government through M Jules Oam bon the French ambassador made yesterday evening what might be called a formal pro- Â¬ posal for ending the war and arranging terms of peace to the United States to day Machias Will Show Fight Mr Oambon called personally on the President and the secretary of state and pre- Â¬ San Juan Will Not Surrender sented a note authorized by the Spanish min- Â¬ ister of foreign affairs embodying the initial Gen Miles landing- is officially ad- Of Special Madrid July 27 mitted Capt Gen Macias has cabled Minister of War Correa overtures of the government at Madrid An The enemy disembarked at Guanica at 8 oclock this morning- a hour after the interview ended the President considerable forceofartillery seizing- the village and those of our troops directed that the following official statement vho few in number opened fire We lost an officer andthreemen were should be given to the press wounded Our forces are taking- a position to resist advance White House 450 p m The French Washington July 27 Special The ambassador on behalf of the government of fore Reports Filed best opinion is that the United States will as Spain and by direction of the Spanish minis- Â¬ Â¬ sv About the Battle With Cervera the priee of peace with Spain demand - ter for foreign affairsatpresented to the Presi-a dent this afternoon the White House Special The Navy Department this morn- 1st The independence of Cuba under the Washington July 27 message from the Spanish government look- Â¬ ing madp ptibljc the report of Capt Chad wick of the flagship New York protectorate of the United States Caph Taylor of the Indiana Capt Philip of the Texas and Lieut 2nd The cession to the United States of the ing to the termination of the war and settle- Â¬ Wainwright of the Gloucester on the battle with Cervcras fleet ment of the terms of peace Island of Porto Rico Although the proposition came in the na Â¬ 3rd Retention by this government of a coal- Â¬ Captured a Ourys ture of a surprise the President has been ing station in the Philippines aware since yesterday that something of the Man or More Apiece 4th Retention of the Ladrone islands The question of money indemnity is un- Â¬ sort might be expected The character of the SpecialJ pGen Shatter confirms the preWashington July 27 Spanish proposal is unsatisfactory The note decided vious report that the number of Spanish prisoners to be transported is a brief affair It does not propose any defi- Â¬ will be 23000 or 240Q0 but merely asks the United KNIGHTS OF TABOR nite terms SIXTEEN VICTIMS States for a statement of the terms on which Large Number of pases it will be willing to cease hostilities and ar- Â¬ Of Yellow Fever at Siboney Five Men Killed and Eleven Are The Grand Lodge Holding a range a peaceful settlement with Spain Fatally Hurt That the administration is gratified over Much Successful Meeting There are Special Yellow Fever Camp near Siboney July 27 the recognition by Madrid that further strugr Most 317 Americans confined here with various Jstagesof yellow fever Double Explosion in Another Annual Sermon By Rev Vaughn gle is useless there is no doubt but this feel- Â¬ of the cases arc mild and the deaths are few ing of gratification is modified by disappoint- Â¬ San Francisco Californin and Address of Welcome Powder Mill ment over Spains failure to suggest terms Manila Jay Be Ours By Councilman Qlass that might be acceptable instead of placing 1 Surrender Momentarily Expected San Francisco July 27 Spe- The Knights and- Daughters of the United States in the awkward position cial There was an explosion in taking the first definite step In other Washington July 27 Special The surrender of Manila is the poVder works at Pinole near Tabor one of the leading colored of societies of the State is holding a words the overtures made by the enemy 40 The momentarily expected by the authorities The understanding has here this morning at most successful meeting in this isted for some time between Admiral Dewey and Capt Gen August damage was small but WhUe clear- city render Spain liable to the suspicion of at- Â¬ ing away the debris a second that the Spanish would surrenders soon as the Americans were ready A Q Green of May field is C G tempting to force the hand of the United occurred completely wreckto assume the responsibility of the government of the city and furnish plosion S and is presiding over the session ing the building and killing and States in regard to their policy concerning protection to its property which is being held at Friendship wounding many of the workmen the disposition of conquered territory i Hall The Dead of this Miss Sallie J Williams The President will reply to Spains plea Ordered to Sail But city isC R T J H ALVERAD peace in a few days through the The meeting will last four dayB for I UlNr n EKOCK K andniuch business of importance French ambassador PAT MURPHY Peace May Stop Them to the order is being transacted Washington t -- The Spaniards were driven off and the Cubans with the ammuni- Â¬ report- Â¬ Lexington is to have a beer gar- Â¬ tion and food from the Wanderer den started for the interior of the island Â¬ Peace Which Will Be Demanded - - - Â¬ Â¬ ifvi v 1 Â¬ - k ex- Â¬ Â¬ ex- Â¬ Â¬ 1 DI I San tFraticiBco July 27 sPecial0CrdcrB have been given 770 men and 34 officers to embark Thursday on the St Paul to sail for the Philippines Friday - Oncers Praise Each Other I For Capturing a Spanish Village Washington July 27 Capt fliggjnson commanding Special tVCOIlvy squadron Reports the landing Qf Miles at Guanica and com Lieut Wpinwrighfand his officers for their gallantry in cap ld uTff X - K- Lou atea thai far Wlea WrlipWHA iL- - - Special -- A number of German firms of Manila who asiced their government to obtain indemnity from the United States r for losses to their business through the war blockade have received a Madrid dispatch tbU morning 1 F ill o cpuntyto examine the office of the bers are entertaining the visitors semi official hint to wait until the end pf hostilities and in the meantime ojbv an nUHCic Tk meases ot trust the Gerh 1 government to guard the interests pf its subject C6upty Clerk in grand style 0 Berlin July 27 JOHN ASHE The annual sermon was preached at the Virginia Street Baptist UNKNOWN MAN church last night by Rev C T Eleven were injured so badly Vaughn The Knights and Daugh Â¬ that all are expected to die ters vtere in full regalia The work of rescuing the bodies The welcome address was deliver Â¬ is under way s ed by Councilman E W Glass The explosion was caused by Responded to by Miss Aiina MQ spontaneous combustion v Bowman The Palatine Guards will drill Will Examine Felix Clrasfcy Friday at Mercer Park5 for a prize special says State of fifty dollars A Frankfort Inspector and Examiner Lester left There arc 3t500 members of the this morning for Owensbordi where order in Kentucky and over 200000 he will examine the records of the in the United States county officers and make a special The local lodge is one of the report Later he will go to Trigg strongest in the State and the mem Â¬ Will Answer This Week Washington July 27 Special After seeing the President Sec Â¬ paid an answer to the Spanish proposition for peqce would retary Day be given late in the week He refused to discuss the terms K Germanys Threatening Attitude Still Excites Comment 0 w t JL jfciL A- - jfe iA H PPIMHi if J ilil MjmrTii bifclt TflMMMKaSOSW ji u VB eh Zhc Sall Hentucfctan MttBjk V i wytiiSt fc miles has at mm fc WILLIAM HEmAIm IB1S1 1 Tflie KeirCuckinin 1 21 Year Machine 3i Aud th JScW MittIiewiterlMg Machine arm 21 IubUhftd crcry crenlnir except Sunday by OKAS K SCKACXAM 312 S Main th Uty Dcllf cred by carrier to all 10 CENTS PER WIIBK iatttt A Small Port Selected 65 Jtfilcs HFOR ONLY- Modern mi - J trB90ttITTiqW RATES Pxs Monts m Advance 80 E KKK- - Prom San Juan i- Jill I fl fl It 1 J2W Hope to Capture the Railroad But ABSTRACTS OF TIILE MADE Jake Rowe is evidently nearing DEMOCRATIC TICKET the end of his official career The Otherwise the Boys WML i Money loaned at 6 per tent following item is from his home Hoof It on first class real estate for FOR CONGRESS paper the Owensboro Messenger a term of 5 years HERY D ALLEN that has shown a great deal of for Â¬ OP UNION COUNTY Wo havo for salo some of tho bos bearance in discussing the wreck Guanica Porto Rico June 25 via Common Â¬ building lots in tho city and on terms man of this young St Thomas July 26 Gen Miles to auit purchasers Prices innging Miss Mattie Marion has been wealths Attorney Rowe was again Hancock circuit has landed here from 20 to 3000 Thoy are located chosen daughter of Colsons Fourth indicted in the drunkenness and One advantage of this place is week for Clay county courtlast part of tho city We Regiment She is a failure to discharge his official du- Â¬ that it H situated close to the rail- Â¬ in noafly every schoolteacher ties At the next term Judge OwenÂ¬ road connection with Ponce which also havo for sale farms in this sud adjoining counties Those farms are will appoint a special common of transportation our troops The Glasgow News says Judge wealths attorney to prosecute Mr means owned by parties who Wish to sell Â¬ hope to secure to day B h D Guffy of the Court of Ap- Rowe on this indictment is a partial list of them Early this morning the Glouces- Â¬ Below peals is a prospective candidate A change has been made in the ter in charge of Lieut Commander A Fine Farm near Kennedy for the Republican nomination for steamed into Guanica staff of the Courier-JournWainwright editorial Governor Well improved good land well wa Mr Marmaduke Morton who Harbor in order to reconnoitre the tored and timbered 180 acres city place With the fleet waiting out- Â¬ Hobson has been assigned the for three years past has been Prieo f 5400 become task of saving the Christobal Colon editor has resigned toNashville side the gallant little fighting yacht braved the mines which were sup Â¬ and if he succeeds it may be Capt managing editor of the by posed to be in the harbor and Â¬ milk RQad Hobson of the Christopher Colum- Banner lie will be succeeded Vreeland who was found that there were five fathoms Two thirds in fine timber good im- Mr Graham bus the Frankfort correspondent of the of water close in shore well watered 8J miles The latest report from Manila is Courier Journal during the last two Guanica Bay is a quiet place rom the city Big bargain that Japan is strengthening her or three sessions of the Legislature surrounded by cultivated lands In Price 900 squadron in the Philippines and are high mountains and Farm of 106 acres onButler Road the rear stands ready to co operate with The Louisville Post has again close to the beach nestles a village Three and one half miles from the England and America if interna- Â¬ been taken in by the poetic contrib- Â¬ of about twenty houses cuy wen improveu goou orcuaru tional complications arise utor Saturday it printed a poem The Spaniards were completely ana never failing water ostensibly praising the Post but Almost at the Irice by surprise 760 There are rumors at Washing- Â¬ really an acrostic proclaiming take knew of the approach of time they A farm of 20 acres on same road Samp- Â¬ ton that Schley may succeed The Post is a Shameless Fakir army of invasion was the an- Â¬ 3J miles from the city well improv son in Cuban waters as the com- Â¬ The same wag some times ago the nouncement containing in the firing cd A good poultry or market gar mander of the combined squadron worked off on the Post a similar don farm in good neighborhood of a gun from the Gloucester de- Â¬ If left to a popular vote the change acrostic reading 400 Price is a manding that the Spaniards haul The Post would be quickly made 75 acres on Greenville Messengei Owensboro Sucker down their ilag which was floating Farm of Road from a flagstaff in front of ablock The Bowling Green Times make Col Duncan N Hood son of the house standing to the east of the Six miles from the city The very EB a column defense of Maj famous Confederate General is Stahlman for charging the Metho- Â¬ commander of one of the immune village The first couple of three best place in the neighborhood pounders were fired into the hills timber good water buildings orch dist Book Concern 100000 to lobby regiments raised in the South Â¬ right and left of the bay purposely ard and in a fine state of repair its claim of 300000 through Con650 avoiding the town lest the projec- Â¬ Price gress CLIPPED AND COMPILED tiles hurt women and children A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 George is complain- Â¬ Commissioner The Gloucester then hove to within acres near Elmo Lexington is to have a beer gar about 600 yards of the shore and way the prison ing bitterly of the Twenty acres of timber the remain lowered a launch having on board ing in high state of cultivation All pie was cut He says Richardson den and Finnell hxed up a slate that Bart Land a wealthy farmer a Colt rapid fire gun and thirty men the buildings in Rood condition under the command of Lieut lluse splendid neighborhood will leave his friends out in the near Richmond is dead en- Â¬ Price 2200 be cold in August cold if it can Leo Mattingly an Owensboro which was sent ashore without 100 acres 5 Miles From City on boy ran off from home to join the countering opposition Brig Gen Randall who went to navy Quartermaster Beck thereupon Russellville Pike the Klondike as Col Randall Lacy to haul down the The city missionary circle gave told Yoeman for the Well improved 15 acres of timber has just returned to learn fVifnewsbovs an ice opanisn nag wuiun was uujiv- uuu uear church aud school J 0 first time that he is a General and raised on the flagstaff the they then 1800 Price has been for nearly three months cream supper first United States flag to float over Judge Taylor at Owensboro has Porto Rican soil Suddenly aoout 136 acres on Ducker Mill road He accepted by wire as soon as he decided a local nuisance law to be could reach a telegraph office thirty Spaniards opened fire with 65 acres of bottom land 2 good constitutional Mauser rifles on the American par- Â¬ houseB 2 baruB well watered 15 acreF It is not generally known that a The women of Eastern Kentucky ty Lieut Husc and his men re- Â¬ timber bloody revolution is going on in will present Company C of the sponded with great gallantry the 1100 Price It is Fourth regiment a flag 500 cash balance in one and 2 China but such is the fact Colt gun doing effective work years at 6 per ceut The best farm led by Dr Sun Yat Sen a graduate Robertson county Republicans Norman who received Admiral Cer in the neighborhood Already thousands reorjranized their committee elect veras surrender and Wood a vol- Â¬ of Harvard Besides these we of men have been killed and the ing nearly all young men unteer lieutenant shared the hon- Â¬ for sale and will have other farms take pleasure id under revolution is just getting The Mexican veterans of Ken- Â¬ ors with Lieut Huse showing any of them to parties wish good headway ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab tucky will hold theirannual reunion Port of Guanica stracts of title furnished all purchas 20 Guanica the point of debarkation ers Now is the time to buy real The Republican convention in the at Harrodsburg September Nofsinger a Calhoun drug- Â¬ of the Porto Rican expedition estate Ben Tenth Congressional district will meet at Paintsville to day W J gist will lose his eyes as the result forces is a small town of 1000 in- Â¬ Three tracts of coal lands two Seitz has sixty nine instructed of an acetylene gas explosion habitants on the southern coast of of the mines partially developed votes and is claiming the nomina- Â¬ The State Board of Health auth- Â¬ the island On a rough calculation Vein of coal 5 feettbick finest qual Tom Hop- orities are on a tour of inspection it is less than twenty miles air line ity One tract contains 000 acres tion Aith confidence kins and K J Hampton are the in the small pox region of Eastern distant from Ponce and 65 miles ono 175 acres one 65 ucres11 All 11 within i mile Illinois Central other candidates from San Juan against which the Will sell at bargains and on easy Kentucky to Guanica terms Here are fortunes for the The City Council of Murray has assault is be directed United States Senator Sullivan of Yauco right men it a is about six miles south of Mississiooi and Editor M W passed an ordinance making it forms the port and fine of one dollar to tie a tin can to of which city For sale or exchange a good pay Connolly of the Memphis Commercial-with which it is connected by a ing hotel at tho famous Dawson a dogs tail Appeal have been put under The town is situated Springs Will sell at a bargain or good road When the Ohio gets low enough a on a bay of the same name which exchange for improved farming land peace bonds to keep them from The trouble party of searchers will dig for a forms one of the best ports in the well located hurling each other threatened bloodshed arose chest of gold lost on the California island The banks to the right that For sale a good first class board over a criticism of the Senators rock in 1848 are steep and form a good natural ing houso at Dawson Springs Will oaey vote on the Hawaiian annexation Three vessels can lie sell onnotes terms or oxchango for The Sowle PrintingCompany will wharf Tho owners business good carry its fight for the State print- Â¬ alongside and unload by means of compels him to reside elsewhere The Third Kentucky regiment ing before Judge Cantrill at George- gang planks Vessels of thirty yvell improved noar 10 acre has at last started for the front town to morrow feet draught can enter the bay San Diegoranch Cal Will oxchango for The only regret is that Hopkins close inshore property in Christian county Ky of the Richmond easily and proceed C E Woods ville has no company in the regi- Â¬ The conspicuous advantage of this William Robinson Agt ment to receive the applause of her Climax has been re elected Grand port aside from its excellent har- Â¬ people There are however a few Recorder of the Sigma nu fraternity bor facilities for the transports is Office Webber Street Hopkinsville boys in the Frankfort for the third successive term the utter absence of fortifications Hopkinsville Ky William S Kidd a farmer near or mines and Owensboro companies who to acquit them- Â¬ McKee Jackson county became de- Â¬ may be expected Almost immediately after the selves like Kentuckians and soldiers ranged and killed his Spaniards fired on the Americans and be received with open arms child and then blew out his addled the Gloucester opened fire on the when they return brains enemy with all her three and six Surgeon Maj John C Davis the pounders which could be brought Sam J Pugh who has just been yellow fever expert who has charge to bear shelling the town and also renominated for Congress by the of the patients at Santiago is a dropping shells into the hills to the Republicans of the Ninth district Kentuckian He married a sister west of Guanica where a number has held office continuously ever of Hon C J Bronston of Spanish cavalry were to be seen TIME TABLE- since 1872 a period of twenty six D A R sent the sol- Â¬ hastening to the spot where the Y years He was first elected City Henderson 9 jkieut JEfTective qpoc diers 120 pillow cases 92 sheets Americans had landed Â¬ No 881 No SQ3 No 872 Attorney of Vancebujg then CounAcout 100 towels 57 night shirts 56 paj Â¬ HUBe then threw up a little fort dally daily Acom Lv Hopklnsvlllo ty Attorney Master Commissioner dally dally band Â¬ which he named Fort Wainwright amas 84 handkerchiefs State Senator mem Â¬ County Judge fl Warn 2 40 p m 4 80 p m Hopkinsville ages 12 washrags 12 basins 60 Four of the Spaniards were killed Lv Princeton SMim 7Biopm 0 46um ber of the Constitutional Conven- Â¬ and no Americans hurt The troops Ar Henderson 05 p ui Ar Con Â¬ tooth brushes and quite a sum of 8ooptn tion and lastly he was elected were pushed forward promptly in ArEvansville 1000 pm Loulsvlllo money Ar 11 00 am wo p in gressman which office he now holdB Ar Paducah order to capture the Railroad lead Â¬ Ar Memphis 820 Im 818am Gov Bradley issued a proclama Â¬ ing to Ponce which is He will be opposed this year by only ten Ar New Orleans 8 80am 7 46pm No 833 No 865 No 801 Jas ft Kehoe a young man of tal tion calling a special election in the miles east of this place dally Acom ArHonklusvillo Acoin daily Uly ent and great popularity and as Twenty seventh judicial district to 816 a m LvEvansvillo rw TT anrfaritnn o Warn Miss Binnie McNeel of Paducah the district went Democratic last fill the vacancy occasioned by the 000 am 1246pm IrluwJ aim am ivim Ar uopoovina ysr by over 1200 majority there death of Judge A II Clark The has received from a friend in Cuba LvTrain Noton has through chair r and600pmBOJ sJmpis fiae pj pepect that the chronic ejection in for the unexpired term a relic in the shape of a piece of the erfrom PrlBoetonto New One as via Hem- oflieaholder may be relieyed from of Judge Clark and will be held at battleship Maine which everybody uow is remembering for wwaialiis life- - J the regular Novmbr election iHTcre of 1 al v- AdvanOe 100 P Yeau yV in Advance 10 4 00 tM t ESTATE AGENT M1 Hi Sewn With all the latest Jm rovements The beMiKskina for tho leapt inotjey ever iimnufaet 1 ured - sinlplo durable Ltftht running noiseless Every Machine warranted J 10 years t r A 50 Machine for for 121 and freight prepaid TmSMHHIPBS3555E2 81KOliaOATIONS Tho Head fl five and one half Inphes high nd eight and onc lialt Inches lonj Inside measurement Thin la as high as any family machine mwlo and must not be confounded with the medium or Bo called high arm ma chines The bead plato set Intoorlo vol with the table Tho Ncedlc lB stralghtelf acllng flat on ine oldo and cannot bo solwrong uJcJl The Shuttle Is open on tho end cylinder 4hape aud absolutely fcclf throadtnR The Hearings Ar6 nil steel well fitted and g Cash must accompany a orders wheel to keep drcs3 from gottlng on wheel Attaohn ents Aro tho famous Johnsons sot in a tin box and consists of tucker rufllor fourhommcrs binder qtillter foot hemmor and fuller under braider and sheerer oil can and oil two crewdrlversrBlx bobldnB paper of needles thumb screw guago and book of directions Tho Furniture Is well modo highly pol Â¬ ished and olegant In nppearanoo All tbeso machines will bo sent out with oak furniture unless walnut is specified Koch maohlno has a lock to tho drawers and cover nice nlokol plato drop rings to all drawers All mnohlnos are wel packed and orated READ Oyit GUARANTEE Th Now Mnthows Maohlno Is warranted 10 years from dato of purchase and thirty days trial of It lfporfcct and entire satisfaction is not glvch the machine may bo rcshlpped to to us at our expense and the money p4dt us will bo refunded promptly Under this guarantco you run no risk what Â¬ ever in purchasing tho NowMatiiowsMaClilno You have thirty days trial of It in your own home and If for any reanon you should wish to return thomaohlna it may co shipped to us at our expense and the money will bo re funded All communications regarding tho Now Mathews Machine should be addressoil to Â¬ tdlustablc Self thicadlng Tho machine Is and no hole to put tho thread throjgh except the eye of tho neodlo Tlie Food Ib positive In aotlon nud hus no prlngs to got nut ofordort Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind tho oobbln as smooth afj on a Bpool of tlnead TheStlteh Id ddnble look stlloh The same on both sides and will not ravel Uan be lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty Hitches to tho Inch TbeTenslon Is a flat spring tension and adjustable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is ntoklo plated and has a loose wheel attachod to opcrato bobbin winder without running machine Â¬ ThoMovemout Is tho celebrated cccontrio movements positive In acttoh and tower work ing parts than any maohlno on the market ihoStnnd Hoslatgo Jmlance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadle is large and bangs In cona centers and all lost motion can bo taken up asters undoreioh ond and can be easily moed A nice dress guard over Â¬ CHAS M MEACHAAj Hopkinsville Ky Descriptions the Improved New Mathews Machine This machiuo is manufactured with the view of Buppiyincr a loner felt want to wit A Modern High arm first class Sowiqg Machine with all lato improvements and of first class material and good workmanship Including the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instruc Â¬ tions accompanies every machine RELIABILITY is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these They care little for truth days of yellow journalism great deal for temporary sensation and a 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 It is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world Its war news service is unapproachably the best Says the Urbana 111 v - Daily Courier Â¬ We read the war news in the ottfer papers then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to see how much o it is true Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received Address TUB CHICAGO RECORD I8t by all postmasters Madison street Chicago ll Â¬ QAGG RICHARDS Â¬ CONTRACTORS D DEALERS IN t t two-year-o- ld iTo Building Materials - i J RAILY Of All KindsLUMBER - LIME AND CEMENT Qiyc ijs p call when you need anything in our line -- DAGG r RICHARDS rKY - oc jst r r HGPKIHIVILLi - j 1 J 1 TfT 7 tfr r Ii v e Sfcfo fWfVJWraTH H ii 4tMMMMUmMMMrillMlfa llllilllMIHWMllll ai -- Cb mm fij J rHV W c A VlrffldU Rpr rw iMMMIwklWMwnMAMMM MHMMWMMHUHMMMWI Mtf A CUklOUS LEAVE TAltlKfO Queer Pranks Played by the Frcskmon of Johha Hopkins University I run a newspaper in these daysy owing to the expense of gathering War awa and that the cost o get the Register haa increased tiac over 33 per cent in ttaepabt four months the Associated1 Press as- sesmneiuis uiuue uiiuj unuoiu Ac rhI3anvtfeVfc Register l It says that a In Jt bitter mood great deal of money is needed to Tho frcsluiian class of Oio Johns Hopkins university took leave of one of its professor in a way of its ownv It was the last day of the class before final examination and the largo body of situdents assembled with broad smiles and an air of general expec Â¬ AN OPEN LETTER WB ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD CASTORIA AND AS OUR TRADEMARK PITCHERS CASTORIA To MOTHERS PITCHER DR SAMUEL Vllitr1itnr tancy flu lint- - letin in Of COines This additional expense at a time vhen advertising The number Virginia is dull says the Register readers has been very largely increased but the Vast majority of them arc deadbcat readers Who are anxious to i read war news and are our Dcvcreat critics but they arc news Â¬ paper borrowers deadbeats who systematically borrow the news- Â¬ paper to the annoyance of their neighbors and to the injury of tin Register We contend that it is no more honest UTbotrow your neigh Â¬ bors newspaper than it is to bor- Â¬ row his chickens At any rate we are getting very tired of furnishing news at 30 a week to a borrowing public and we dont intend to be mealy mouthed about it any longer When we can get the data we propose to expose newspaper borrowers in the same way that we expose chicken borrowers Hopklnsvllle Produce riarket Cash prices paid merchants Bacon Bama cqunjry Shoujdora Sidoa by HopkinBville 4J5Jc 810c Lard Butter - 57c 67c 7c Country Produce 12J15c 2528c 1821c Egga 4 Novvieathera Beeswax Tallow Ginseng per 1b Honey v Tub washed wool GreaBed i - 222 2Jc 7J8c 26c 1318c Poultry Y chickens live per Roostora doz150l80 2c - drain - S3 Clover per bushel 45c Corn 67c Wheat 50c Corn aholled stock Live P Hoga 3V25 2 50300 Sheep KCji Qattte 250350 Calves 300325 Lambs 40042j Hides nud Furs Green hides 67e Green Baited hides 7c Dry flint H12c Vegotnblos 75c Now potatoes perbushel Cabbage pet1 bend 8Gc Wiilermelous Florida 2535c In a few moments the door opened and a messenger boy appeared with a large funeral pillow on which were embroidered the words God Bless Our Teacher He marcKcd straight up to the professor presented his funeral gift and demanded a receipt Tho professor aigjied but tho boy didnt understand his logic untU tho learned doctor looked threatening and tho boy guOBSChe wouldnt wait for one Then signs of trouble began to ap pear all over tho classroom One sign bore the lim To Keep His Memory Green and another Komember tho Maine Other choico and popular expressions appropriate and inap propriate to tho day were strung up Slowly an odor began to creep into the room It may have been hydrogen Bulphide but it might have been anything else which hadnt any busi ness there It stole gently through tho keyhole stilled the studetnts neai the door and moved in waves of ever increasing circles about the room carrying with it all tho odoriferous sug gestions of myriads of eggs of the mid dle ages Suddenly in tfie middle of the class began to appear beasts of tho field ana fowls of the air One rat wflseon to dart from a crowd of students and make his way across the room where he sought cold comfort in a last win ters radiator A pigeon winged its way aimlessly to tho back of a chair and several students were about to make impromptu addresses which when they had carefully prepared President Gilman appeared upon the scene The students began to look innocent and shocked Tho pigeon crawled back into tho bosom of his erstwhile tormentor tho rat snug gled up to the radiator the signs dis Â¬ appeared and even tho odor began ingloriously to take to flight and lose itself in space President Gilraauisafd a few words but they cut tho overburdened atmos- Â¬ phere like the crack of a ten pounder It was a sad but glorious day for President Gil man said one of the freshmen as he sought a haven of Baltimore refuge in the gymnasium Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was the originator of has home and does now bear on every the fac simile signature of wrapper A This is the original CASTO Rl which has been used in the homes of tho Mothers of America for over thirty years LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the hind you have always bought on the of Hyannis Massachusetts CASTORIA the samo thai CtffiJZ per and has the signature of No one The Centaur Company OSzfrS has authority from me to use my name except 9 which Chas wrap- Â¬ - War News SYmiVunoiitVfatia B of March 24 1898 w H Fletcher is President a 5 Do Not Be Deceived Do not a cheap because gredients endanger the life of your child by accepting substitute which some druggist may offer you he makes a few more pennies on it the in- Â¬ of which even he does not know The KM You Have Always Bought HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and J neighboring towns to sub- scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reliable war news Â¬ J f yf i BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Daily Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You THC CENTAUR COMTAHT TT MURRAY Â¬ STREET NCW YORK CIYY Kentuckians Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and rvery department of the paper is supplied with a news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky Â¬ Â¬ ammmmmmmmiimmmmmmmK Dont Do a Thing - Until you have seen my new line of imported Â¬ SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS Sp r and WORKMAN- SHIP the best thafmoney can secure I guarantee QUALITY STYLE El j p No 14 South Main J L Tobin Tailor S AN INTERESTING DISCOVERY for Disclosing tho Elements of tho Atmosphere J Process South Kentucky College HopkinsMille Kentucky Throo Collegiate Courses Preparatory Course Music and Elocution taught by conservatory teachers Collego Orchestra of ton piecps Strict discipline and much porsennl attontion Separate departments for males and females 270 Total department enrollment last yir 187 Individual enrollment SS WOOLWINE Supt Girls Department A CKUYKENDALL Supt Boys Department SAM BOYD R P TURNEY f s Flour lluit- - Good Timothy T Bran retail Tdmatoes Fancy per doz Choice per doz Green Corn Fanoy doz care ChocOfdoz oarq jmft Pateuttierb6lffc sCloverpqr R25 55o 70c 12Jo T civtiC J 20c 10c t 10c j 8o He Swam the River Waller Morris colf who shot oreu gathering on the street in Clarksvtille escaped from thq ofli cers by swimming Red river The vomantwast shot in the hip but not dangerously hurt v Kentucky Soldier Dead Atlanta Ga July 26 Jesse Tftpdy private Second Kentucky Volunteers died inthegeneral hos Â¬ ofyphoid Ifvcr are i pital at Fort tMP hereon yesterday Several others in a Prof Ramsay and Mr Trovers have recently made some interesting discoveries on the constituents of the atmosphere Since he discovery of argon it has been a question whether This was it was really an element very difficult to settle owing to the impossibility of employing any ordinary chemical test but Prof Ram Â¬ say and Mr Travers announced to the Royal society of Loudon on June 1G tho results of experiments which may be summarized as follows They pre pared a large quantity of argon from atmospheric nitrogen separating the latter gas by means of magnesium and having liquefied it by cooling it with Jiquid air they then fractionally dis tilled the product The first portion says the New York Sun consisting of less than 100 cubic centimeters dis tilled off from tho liquid obtained by condensing 18 liters of argon was found to have a density of about 13 instead of 20 which is that of argon and its spectrum differed from that of known gases The yellow lino was less rofrangiblo than those character- Â¬ istic of helium and crypton being es- Â¬ pecially prominent On continuing the distillation aft Â¬ er nearly the whole of tho liquid argon had been evapprated a solid was ob tained which only slowly volatilized Tho gas into which this solid was con Â¬ verted was found to bo practically of tho same density as argon but its spectrum was altogether different and peculiar consisting for the most part of bands not lines It is proposed to call tho lighter clc ment neon and that derived from tho Bolid motnrgon f Tho further development of tho in vestigation is awaited with interest Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Daily delivered In thecity 10 Ms Per Week WIT I CERULEAN fcJJr JtiJil UToi - Witx ii i 212 S Main Tele 99 2 RATES BY MAIL TRIGGiCOUNTY KYBOYD1 - TURNEY Proprietors Daily One Month Daily Three Months Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition 1 35 lOO 400 yr 200 This famous health nmTploasuro resort tho oldest in Vcstorn Kentucky ia8ituated on tho Ohip Valjllgy branch of the Illinois Central railroad 10 miles from Hopkinsvillo and lmiles from Priucotou NOV OPEN Hotel cccommodatioris Unsurpassed Sulphur and Chalybjjato Water in Abundauco Six trains daily and Keducod Rates First Clasd Italian Band Employed for tho 3oasou The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its y news pages are illustrated with the jL nintiirofl to hn nhlsiinnrl host x w v w AWrvt For Rates Kentucky STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY Subscribe Now And Get The News Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office in the Ken tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 Address Â¬ critical condition tipv Bradley reYmYedthe follow applications for pardons Ed Jfcholap charged with Cjmp nwlsjaug Thomas Graysqn Xfersontnlawf ul shooting Will iaja FarVen rMarion unlawful Hftln5 v irijm managing wiiiuhi r TT1 or oLthe Lexipgtonlllerald has rablfBea to newnt- n n1n nr fii VTm ti T7MMAAi- - - Lexington to iB regarded as a striking proof of tho value of tho new engine of ro Offer instruction in Agriculture Mochanical Engineering Electrical Eugi search which liquid air affords neering Civil Euginepripg three lines of Scientific Study viz Mathomat ical Biological andtOhemical Classics and Pedagogy each of which IohiIb Diplomacy In Begging to a dogreo aj Why iM great strong man like Laboratories and musoumR Twonty oightTMifQfessora uui assistants asked p largo and well eTWped County uppointoos receive free tuition matricula you going about begging lady of a trajnp who begged for a tton fuel nud lights and room rent Tiavoling expenses nso given ap pointoea who romain tho full collegiate year nenny Board in dormitories 225 per week in privatq families 2 HO to 13 Ah madam replied the tramp Board uniform books and washiug need nut exceed 12000 per yifitr mine is uio oniy proiession m wnion Fall term bogins second Thursday n Soplomber a gentloman can address a beautiful Preliminary ExamiuatiQus first Monday in September lady without tho formality of an intro- Â¬ t For catalogues and othr information apply to duction Tit Bits JAMES KPATTERSON Phr D LL D President Virtuously v ctpileV by Mr French Crf 5i w at it Ri Carotbw ofLafayfau Conductor Fare Op aro you collin a old tight 1 Jl J 11 ul T i t I jLinpuiupi jruimg ATJuivrsirrMW -l Indigent Old tight My Thfi Daily Kentuckiari J400 PJR YEAR t1 Tft Tif f tTiOsOs iam Publisher f --- -i t- - HOPKINSVILLE KY v 4 Tm 1 fV rirNf s E Ua t fj W 11 Tl I J7v 8X II h i a X 1 1 i i aKriTasaiiiL I W i - J ii ii rT 1 I V j 9S lJ 1 Th Will of the Late Qus Brad shaw Filed With the Coun Â¬ ty Clerk Betlcr Attendance as a Result TIieMost Largely Attended So- Mrs Lucy Boales through her of Thcice Day The will of the late Gus Brad Aifair of the Month attorneys has filed suit for S500 shaw waaTiled in the county clerks Hopkinsville damages against the Water Co She owns a farm ort uie The Official Program For To Day office to day for probate To his brother Benjamin Bradshaw he Informal In Its Arrangements But west bank of Little River just Hieing Ably Carried Out left a note for 300 against his vson above the water companys dam Highly Enjoyable In All 1 Elbridce Bradshaw To Misses Much Interest on which were three springsof pure Kate hud Susie QradshaW daugh Â¬ she al Â¬ cold water of great value Its Details ters of Edgar Bradshaw he be Â¬ leges She further states in her queathed his wardrobebed and bed petition that a dam was erected by The Teachers Institute is grow Â¬ ing and to Geo B Bradshaw his to The reception given by Miss Belle defendant causing the water ing in interest from day to day as desk and shotgun He requested same to Â¬ back up and subjecting Moore last evening at her commoin it continues that his land stock etc be sold dious home on 16th street was with- - overflow rendering the water Â¬ Now that the rain has ceased a and the proceeds including money and form putdoubt one of the pleasantest the springsof unfit for use attendance was on hand to Â¬ in bank notes and accounts be di Â¬ stagnant water on the better season in ing ponds events of the summer day vided as follows One third to his premises all of which she alleges Hopkinsville society The following program for to day brother Wm Bradshaw his wife She Jtwas an informal negligee re- Â¬ is unlawful and wrongful sum is being carriedout with but few Louisa and their childrcnjonethird in the above ception the cards stating that the prays damages changes to the children of his sister Harriet guests were not expected to wear with costs of action 830 Opening Exercises wife of deceased Harrison evening dress Many of the young 900 Educational Psychology J Fayette Harrison and Bettie Har PERSONAL GOSSIP ladies were attired in lawns and C Willis rison widow of Gus Harrison and shirt waists and the young gentle- Â¬ 950 Recess and Music Ten min- Â¬ Hattie her daughter as one childs of Beverly G V Donnell Prof men likewise left theirevening suits utes part one third to his brother Ed Â¬ the affair was brilliant is in the city shopping athome but Advanced Gram- Â¬ 10 Methodology gar Bradshaw and his three chil- Â¬ nevertheless and elegant in the mar W E Gray R T Hol- Â¬ dren Geo B Kate and Susie Judire M M Graves of Trenton hospitality extended to the many is spending the day in the city land Miss Mary Stoner Mrs Mr Edgar Bradshaw is named guests Mattie B Doss iV Col S J Lowryof Garrcttsburg as executor The will was dated The charming hostess Miss Belle 1050 Recess and Music Ten min- Â¬ on business to April 12 98 was assisted in the duties is here day Moore utes Mr S J Lowry of Garrettsburg 11 Arithmetic J C Willis of receiving by Misses Edith Boul TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Mary is spending to day in the city ware Madge Fairleigh Adjourn- 1115 Announcements Moore and Francis Coulter of Cali- Â¬ Mr M A Mason of The Square ment Corrected Unity Ily Hen Ilawllu Hanker fornia the guest in whose honor is in the city to day on business anil IJrokor IIopklnvllloICy Afternoon the house was opened Gates of Kirkmansville Mr Earl b Music Until the late hour at which the was visiting Miss Susie Jones Sun- Â¬ 115 a Roll Call Chicago Market c spacious day Announcements the guests dispersed Opg Higt Closing Â¬ 130 School Management Employ rooms were alive with the gay and Mr W H Richards is sojourn- Â¬ 70 Cash Wheat Â¬ ments of the School M A congenial throng who had gathing with Trigg county friends this - 64 65 65 The Brown Miss Berta Hiscr J L Sept Wheat ered to enjoy the evening week 65 64tf in every sense a Manire Miss Ida Brumfield J Dec Wheat reception was 34 34 Sept Corn Yvebb Watkins of Prince- Â¬ who Mrs Miss Jimmie W Morgan pronounced success and all 34 35 35 Dec Corn Jenkins were so fortunate as to be present ton is visiting Mrs A H McNeely 20 20 Oats 20X 220 Recess and Music 10 min Sept enjoyed themselves to the fullest on North Liberty 9 37 9 75 65 Sept Pork of Gracey extent utes Miss Ethel Hopson 5 60 5 37 52 Sept Lard were who has been on a visit to Corydon 230 Reading J C Willis Delightful refreshments 5 55 5 37 52 Sept Ribs served during the evening 320 Recess and Music 10 min Ky has returned home calls 65 Sept wheat puts 63 utes Those present were Messrs J M King and J S Mc- Â¬ Misse3 Â¬ 330 Teachers Literature New York Stocks nmt Cotton Allister of Bowling Green are regAllieBottomley Louisville Ky 420 Music AnnouncementsAd Opg Higt Closing istered at the Phoenix to day Susie Brown Shelbyville Ky journment 86 5 80 5 86 Aug Cotton Mr Chas Daniel and his sister Mary Wheelis St Louis L 22 21 Am Tob 1 Zltf Mrs A C Layne leave to night Robbie Caruthers Lafayette Ky for Better Sales This Week 1 00 Chicago Gas 1 00 Mo to visit rela- Â¬ Kansas City Sara Mason Bessie Russell 06 1 07 Q 1 06 Nearly five hundred hogsheads of C B tives Ritchie Burnett Jennie Winfree 53 54 54 were sold on the market L N Misses Clayton and Lula Boales tobacco Cecil Halloway Willie Rust 06 1 07 went over to Clarksville this morn this week Some very good leaf Manhattan 1 06 tf Louise McClannahan 1 40 of at prices ranging Sugar 1 39 ing to spend a few days with rela- Â¬ was disposed Lizzie Gaither Jim Ellis 25 26 yi 25 ft from 8 to 12 No fine leaf made Coal Iron tives Mary Barbour Mary Herndon Uecelpla To dny its appearance this week Low UhlcnRo Misses Maude Cansler and No leaf and lugs brought very satis- Â¬ Georgia Flack 130 Cars Wheat me Prowse left vesterdav morninjr Mary Flack Pat Flack factory prices and the sales were Corn 285 Cars Lida Donaldson Nell Donaldson for Frankfort to visit friends and made up largely of these grades Oats 122 Cars relatives Madge FairleighLet Fairleigh Rejections were frequent but the Cattle 15000 Head Frank Campbell Grace Wood Mrs A J Meadow returned to the sales taking them all round Estimated Receipts To morrow Dudley Blakemore Hopkinsville to day after a visit to were better than those of last week 130 Cars Wheat Susie Cox Xizzie Nourse her sister Mrs Anderson Madi- - The last years crop of the weed is Corn 400Cars Jessie Howe sonville Hustler Hattie Long rapidly passing out of the hands of Oats 210 Cars Annie Starling Mary Moore Miss Myrtle Lindsay of Madi- - the seller aud but very little of the Hogs 33000 Mary Graeme Starling sonville Ky is visiting Miss Janie old crop will be left on hand when llog Market Annie Smith Alice Scobey Quick on Seventh street Clarks the new crop is ready to be worked Hogs To morrow 33000 Messrs up ville Leaf Chronicle Total Uloarances Walker Wood Will Hopper Miss Francis Peay of Bell Ky Will Trice Jim Russell Wheat and Flour Exp 170000 bus Life Prisoner Loses His Mind arrived in the city yesterday to be Kelly Wallace Stephen Trice Francis Milligan a life prisoner the guest of Miss Annie Buckner On a Plea of Guilty Jim Young Guy Starling few days who bas been confined in the Eddy of New Providence for a Howell Tandy Clifton Long Squire Wallace and Ad Reese ville penitentiary for the past six Clarksville Times Bob Fairleigh Tom Farleigh both colored were arrested by of unsound Rev H L McCamy of Prince- Â¬ years was adjudged Officer Wadlington this afternoon Dr Geo Campbell ton passed through the city to day mind a few days ago and brought and taken before Judge Cansler on Dr E P Russell Â¬ enroute home from the Herman to the asylum here last night Mil- a charge of shooting craps They Dr Henry Tandy ligan was sent up from Graves camp meetiner He stopped over a A P Crockett Alex Boulware entered a plea of guilty and were Jtie com Â¬ few hours to meet old friends county lor wiie muruer costs They Louis Fuqua John Thomas ten years each fined 20 and Rev McCamy is a fcon of Mr H F mitted the deed about Clifton Ferrell in which to pay Green Dade were given time Â¬ McCamy and formerly lived in this ago but was not put in the pen un- They said thathey had engaged Fletcher Campbell til four years afterward His mind city of bones just outside Frank Buckner Harry Bryan had been afilictcd for about two in a game John Burnett Miss Lee Overshiner of Hopkins- Â¬ Dick Kitchen the city limits Sunday years Milligan was brought here Jim Woolwine Jim Moore ville is the guest of Mr Charles by Mr R H Kerr one of the Wants to be a Clerk MissMattie Sue Mit Gant Buck Anderson Millens family guards who returned this after- Â¬ Hunter Wood Jr Browning of Christian county is noon Fran Rives Esq F I Frazer recently a Charles Graves Wharton Crabb visiting Miss Louise Browning justice of the peace at Lafayette is Mr and Mrs B F McClaid and Jamie McPhcrson Jack Moore an applicant for one of the clerk Â¬ Webber Couldnt do Miss Maggie Stinnett of Hopkins- Â¬ ships at the Eddy villepenitentiary H Now Under Headway Maj Jno W Breathitt grand Â¬ ville are visfting the family of W He is a very capable man and a father of private Webber Breatbitt and his appoint- Â¬ The camp meeting at Herman W Stinnett Elkton Progress has received a letter from the young clever gentleman ment would give satisfaction to the church near Trenton is now under man who is sick in the hospital Will Be No Camp Tleeting of this county who have fulrheadway and there have al Â¬ saying he is unable to accompany Democrats ready been a number of conver- Â¬ It has finally been decided not to the regiment to the front much to so far secured no recognition sions Large crowds attend each hold the annual camp meeting at his regret Maj Breathitts son Literary Club Organized service and interest in the meet- Â¬ Sebrce Springs this year These Gus Breathitt and his other grand- Â¬ Dr Carradine meetings have always drawn very son James M Breathitt arc on ing is increasing A number of ladies mctthis morn- Â¬ of St Iiouis is being assisted by large crowds to the springs but it their way with the Kentucky boys ing at Mr Geo V Greens and or- Â¬ O McClurkin of Nashville was thought best to have no meet- Â¬ to Rev J Porto Rico The former who is ganized a literary club which will aud others Prayer service is held ing there this season The springs a corporal is a veteran of the civil meet every Wednesday for literary at 6 oclock each morning and at are now enjoying a fairly good war having intereu the Union study Mrs S A Edmunds was 930 there is a special testimonial patronage and business is expected army at sixteen years of age Ed 1 elected President Mrs Max This is followed at 1030 to be much better from now on to Buchanan who was sick so long Moayon Vice President and Mrs service At the close of the summer season was able to go with his company Jeff D Morris Secretary by a regular morning sermon 230 p va there is another testimo Â¬ Several Hopkinsville people are FINED 30 AND COSTS nial service and at 330 the regular there and others will go down this Quarterly Court natters week afternoon sermon follows In the Quarterly Court this morn Â¬ There is preaching again at Mrs Mat Major Sick ing Walter I Dulin of Hopkins What It Cost Ed White to Slash night v News comes from Herndon that county who had been acting as Clinton Boales Arm Mrs Mat S Major of that place is guardian for Walter M and Hattie Colored Couple Wed L West children of the late W M Edwin White the negro boy who Edward Dabney and Bertha seriously ill with fever She has West resigned and Mr M V Du cut Clinton Boales another eolpred been sick for about a week and couple vere Thompson a colored lin of Crofton was appointed in boy on the avm yesterday evening married at the home of the-- brides there is little improvement in her his stead The latter accepted the and whose capture was reported mother on Jackson street last condition trust by qualifying with Mr E B was tried before Judge Lcavell at night Rev W L BrowderW the Remember the riaine Long and Mrs Lou R West as 4 pclock and fined 30 and coats colored Baptist church performed Place to get your fine Merchant securities the ceremony Tailoring is by Fowright Pants Sheriff J J Barnes was allowed for breach of peace He paid a part of the amount and satisfied the made for 3 5 7 and SuitsSH 3A lmri vminv cattle aad tine 1530 West 7th street opposite 22 for services in the curt during rest andya released He got off w J New Era office Milk Co for ak W W Wa IM t he inonth pf July L ifcht MISSMOORERECEIVES WANTS 500 DAMAGES THE TEACHERS OFFERED FOR PROBATE FINE FARM DONATED For a Home For the Ex Corifd A THE RUSSELL REUNION 3 firs Lucy Boales Sues the Hop klnsvllle Water Co erates of Kentucky From a gentlemau residing at Lawrenceburg who arrived in the city to day says Mondays Louis Â¬ ville Tiuies it was learned that Mrs James Meguirc hits privately announced her intention of giving her fine farm and home situated on turnpike midway between Law Â¬ renceburg and Frankfort for the future home of the Kentucky ex Confederate soldiers Mrs Me Â¬ guirc was formerly a Miss Wheat and 1b one of the best known and most charitable ladies of Central Kentucky The farm is one of the largest and finest in its vicinity BASEBALL n SPECIAL Pleasant Family aatlierinjr at Elkton Last Friday Vdl Lass wek we made mention of the Visit of Mr J D Riiell to Elkton to attend a family reanipn The following account is from the Jiiiilnle RUssell held a reunion in this city Friday which proved a delightful occasion On that day ail the children met at theresidence of Mrs Mary Woodard and partook of a family dinner There were Progress of Tuesday The surviving family of Uncle - RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS GAMES Baltimore 4 New York 3 Brooklyn 1 Boston 6 Cincinnati Pittsburg 3 Louisville 5 St Louis 2 62 3 present the three boys J D RU8 sell Hopkinsyille C M- - RUsaeli Bowling GreerijRobt N Russell San Francisco Cal fpur girls Mrs Mdry Woodard Mrs Nannie Grunlbley Mrs Hogan and Miss Maggie Russell all of this county During the day Artist Ebcling made a group picture which was a splendid likeness of the family The total weight of the seven children is 1345 pounds Christian County dot Left q UOW THEY STAND Clubs Wor 58 54 51 49 47 44 44 37 33 31 30 24 oat 29 30 32 32 40 39 41 42 48 51 56 62 Cincinnati Boston PC k667 -- Cleveland Baltimore Chicago New York v 1 Pittsburg Philadelphia Brooklyn Washington Louisville St Louis j 643 614 605 540 530 518 468 40 378 349 279 Christian county had two appli cants for positions as guards at the Eddy ville penitentiary but unless some changes are to be made in the published list both of them have been left without a showpf success They are Messrs L L Nichols and T J Tandy both capable men and staunch Democrats Their friends would have been glad to see one or both of them secure a place Yesterdays Hard Rain The rainfall Tuesday was v 117 i I I Breeches Passengers on the early train to Louisville last Wednesday morning noticed that the berth was kept up all the way to the City and sup- Â¬ posed there was a sick man in it This was a mistaket however C M Bullitt a grain dealer of Hen- Â¬ derson had been to St Louis and on his way home was robbed of his Weather Forecasts pants and 40 and did not find it Louisville Ky July 27- Partly out till almost home He had to cloudy weather to night Showers remain on the train and telegraph Thursday his brother to meet him at the de- Â¬ Mr G A Hille is very sick at pot with the needed garment his home on Jesup Avenue He has Madisonville Mail been in rather bad Health for sever Â¬ Bart Land a wealthy farmer al weeks but is now suffering from near Richmond is dead an attack of heart trouble - - Lost His inches from 7 a m until 7 a m this morning This added to the fall of the day before made nearly two inches of rain in this city and the fall seems behave been general throughout this entire section It was enough to insure a very fine corn crop as even late planting is now in the ear and the prospect was never better j Special k--- Prices IN-- mil FOR Willow calf Vici kid Tan THIS hoes mtiM LiV 399 hand sewed 500 shoes for all silk lop hand sewed 500 shoes for 399 Vici kid silk vesting op hand sewed 400 shoes for 299 Vici kid kid lop hand sewed Vici kid 400 shoes for - 350 silk vest top hand sewed 350 shoes for 299 350 shoes for 299 Vici kid kid top hand sewed Broken Lots of Tail Shoes at 150 2 and 250 TH m A XIIIIH BARGAIN s - FOR MEN- PETREE k c ti -- - V ft