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Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898): July 28, 1898 Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 dai1898072801_sn86069396 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898): July 28, 1898 Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tf o o ylm w in in rfcif- Read TH QailyKentuG ISCti a Wc ftijLpE Daily jentuchtan HOPKINSVILLE KX THITJSD AY AFTERNOON JULY 28 1898 A Mfc4kMw444M4MM LIVB NEWS Jn Every Pap We Set The Pace PRIOE 2 OENTS vv f - 5000 V RAX Fails For V if SEED TRUST 18000000 WAR ABOUT OYER Spain Wants an Armistice That Will be Granted at cago Tli ni rll irnii t vii k o 1JK1TVQ Illinois Regiment Left s B Men Under Gen Brooke the Transfer to the uicKinsons ntiiti viivuuy rtl n iivyi uiJawt 9 Belief That There Will be No More Fighting Unless Dewey Takes Manila pv July 28 Special Washington July 28 Special The National Linseed Oil Co re Yesterdays devlopements Hv the Flax Seed Trust transferred wealed the fact that Ambassador all its trades to the Albert Dickiu tibon dtirinp- his visit to the son Company this morning1 and of WVhite House for the purpose of dis fered a ninety day note in settle cussing peace negotiations request- Ian armistice pending a settlement ment of its obligations fthe question by a commission The Company is an 18000OOJ his subject has been under con- corporation- aiid the market is ideration by the President and his ffi t l nl nrlvinnrs nil rlnv nnrl tni greatly upset For several days the Company lay I am informed the President las about decided to accept the has lost heavily- v roposition of Spain for an armis- 28 lce IN THE COUNTY COURT Sir Julian Pauncefote the Am 11 bassador of Great Britain called K A Very BusyMorning With Judgl lit the State Department and ex Â¬ Cansler pressed an opinion that Spain was from completely Rico There were four cases called for to further humbled and powerless for continue the war and a hearing morning is be morning in the County Court tliis Mat the United States can secure 4 through peace negotiations every In the case of the Common weali thing which against John Clark col charged ttvar would a prolongation of theultimately make poswith a breach of the peace an moie defendant or fornicationformer charge was fined There is a general feeling that 9 on the and dis Spain will commission Ambassador missed as to the latter all ambon her official representative to The case of VVin Farrar coh icgotiate terms of peace as the possible on charged with interrupting a publiq President is known to be adverse car speaker was tailed and continued jtp a cessation of hostilities for so until Aur 13 It seems that one dony- a time as would representabled J C Dean col was delivering a tive of mm lecture at a church in Labette Unless Spain to visit Washington a satisfactory guarantee con- - and at the conclusion ot the lecture can be given that Spain will accede SEHEKAL BROOKS he said I will now bring my re io the terms laid down by theUnited At this junc Â¬ marks to a close ditldifs States without a further resort to ces- - ture if is nllejrefl Farrar said I anns denies think its time Sfoud better nevcw ana- xnap commened4eiTlhad himijr- - VThere isa feeling among the Ad mnnsfetioVofFielansthat rencianaiijaveoonnrourTne the war has arrived andtheentFof that no Mr v -i n fiftrties were not ready Mor trial to ii more engagements will occur unless nofwiecige 01 day ago otticiai Evv Bacon and Mattte Coots Admiral Dewey should take Manila from effort Â¬ both colored were taken from fie before word can reach him to postpone further hostilities work house this morning on writ of Habeas Corpus The writs wert South Chrisiian Couple Wed dismissed and defendants were re28 A pretty wedding occurred near manded to the custody of the keepi Oerrtrti Lafayette last Sunday afternoon oftie institution where they will Car Â¬ complete their entencef of 96 da Mr WinfieldOBrian a well known young farmer of that section and each for breach of peace one Miss Maude Merritt of Bennetts-town--wer- e Charlie Campbell at Eddy ville united in marriage It EiUly was the happy culmination of a courtMr Kerr a guard Jat the Britain- conship which had been in progress ville prison who brought ancf Ad Â¬ vict lundtic to the asylum here yes or several years The bride is o Unitefcl the who says his terday in thatCharlie Campbe well daughter of and late Win Merritt of this city is now has been making prison is doinf fina home with the family of Mr J for He her and obeys theirules implicitlyis is employed in the wardens ofliice P Carter The young couple will make their and is learning lo be a steno home with the mother of the groom grapher wo miles east of Lafayette Decided AgafnsttThem Strike of Colored Delightful Ice Cream Social Chicago 111 JulyKSpcia A highly enjoyable ice cream soTulley decidedato dav iiai labor Two hundred negro 1 -S- pecial JjfcksonylHq Fla July My cial was given by JudgeJ S Rags urUinirWthe tranApoVlfCJtb Struck this mprning They allg ia- - express companies muat pa the lale and wife at their hpme in La Â¬ war tax on paccagestrhe cast suflicient food and too long hours of work fayette last Tuesday night A very -large crowd of young people as Cant TC Catciuno Ctef Commissary of Burts Brigade died at will be appealed sembled on the pleasant occasion Rtlblojthi morningof dysentery He ws a native of Vickbbrg Mtef Populists Nominate inaTexas ui and indulged in the festivities unSpccia1 Austin Tex July28 til a late hour Refreshments were fRVIV0R BLAMfcLESS SHAFTERS FEVER BULLETIN The Populist State Convention served during the evening and nominated Barney Gibbs IK Dallas there was music by an excellent of So Decides the Court of Inquiry Four Deaths From Yellow Jack fond of danc i for Governor and W JCirkpat ick string band Those vc Tuesdays Record iyg indulged in tripping the light Concerning the Ocean Horror for Lieutenant povernortf withmt fantastic toe until two oclock in l Ai Washington July 28 At 10 opposition the mbrning The affair proved j Special Halifax July 28 i rrv one of the most pleasant social ill- - oclock last ght the War Depart-r The investigation nf the court of Marriage at Empire r events that has occurred at Lafay Â¬ ment posted the following qulrwexoqjBrats Captk Henderson Mr Jimes Merricle will Kbc m r ette tor a long time danmtnoflcr8bf IhS ship CromJirr SantiagoCubal July 4r ried to Miss Laura Ouggp tq niht - at Bollock theljridLfe home at in the Police Court tvshi re from blame for the La Jiuantuenerai oi me nrmy vusnJ tf leciilecV ingtonjl C Reports of yestej near Empire by RerJohh Mar Â¬ It Bourgogne dihair Eddie White col charged with fijclc 3770f itotal cus of the Methodist churcl Mnf Tn T1nnrmr wnR noni lout of daVhoW total j breach of peace was fined 10 and Qcases 6f cemty is morning her course when the collision occur fever cases 2924 new Shifting of I C Agents fever 639- - cisespf fftver rturnqd ttfu J redi A ji Thefrnoh C ulrtlroad is Lhc aa Jarrett col for breach ofto duty 538 Death list for yester peace was sept to the workgc iji ltn agents making m ic Mr McCartney Will Lecture dayyfotir from yellow fever thre on account of the eathfqf Mr C IT houseor 31 days The general public is invited to from typhoid ancj two fron malaria Fr leu Avhich occurred some time About Ieady for Business attend t tne lecture of Sun McCart- fever ago M- - E F Stovall agent at r rVt Thiif new bank at Lajnyettc will ney of IJ6pkinaYille h and Prof Mc Owensboro becom s qgent at Lou- Â¬ Ti Real Estate Transfer be completed this week and will HenrY Tihodes Frankfort on isville Mr Ilany Bartlel who A leed wao lodjrod for record is now agcnt at Pipceton 7 at the f Tuenday evening Kj ppen its doors for business next vuir mi Qountv Institute Mndison- - this moininir in which John H gocsrto QwMboro and Mr C H Monday The building is a one YtlU Ma L These Ufentlcuie ir consideratioji oj Nush Mho UafJbeen chief clerk t 1tQry brick and is well arranged BellJrMior t 1 r bul for conducting a banking business prOmfnfeutireduca- - wOU cash in hand conveyed loMltJs LouiHvlle goeB to Princetoq amonevthe mot m - w xne r n Mllfl TIlMft MiiJ I ftn1rn 14- TVTS 1 y 4lto ii Mr Heary Masie of Pembroke v wie WlKKc iMvwti ivy WU1 LouU ville Ky July 28 Show will be cashier of the new bank and to tne city oop- DNeill addition jres will be mi iuleeutL Mr R J Carothern president r tothijjht Friday fair v trat MiUe r Chicago 111 -- Set Sail Tojlaj Raising Cain Taken Out at the Last Moment For an Indiana Regiment Chickamaiiga July 28 Special The soldiers of the Fifth Illinois from the captain down are on a strike and discipline is de- Â¬ moralized on account of the repeated recalls after being ordered to the front The regi Â¬ ment was to go to Porto Rico but at the last moment was left out for the 160th Indiana The men go to town in great numbers with Â¬ out passes and maiiy denounce Ool Oulver and not 200 responded to roll call this morn Â¬ ing The President Will Hear From Dewey Before Answering Washington July Special - oclock stated attlfe War Department at tnat u enerai jsrooe sailed News It was It this lieved he has about 5000 troops The President in der to get the light the Philip pine question has Admiral Dewey tor tne material tary and political at Manila The State Department rbhareportthat Spain has asked a sation of hostilities next Sunday Saglstabroachedpeace negofciAiqiieeral days The first the Tuesday last pe0cewas the French Ambassador Columbias Special Olpn July position in the case is getting serious Three Italian warships are in front of here and other atBuenaTentiira tagena The Italian Admiral has been ordered to and the bombard Cartagena Great the States have intervened miral haying Represented the situation to instructions government waiting 1 -- Newport Porto LIE 1 There may be a general court martial - Â¬ Want Peace Negotiations Transferred to Paris Casello the Spanish Ambassador Special here advised his government to request the United States to transfer he peace negotiations to ParK The Cabnet ib undecided whether to Jo so or to send a Spanish diplomat to Washington to advise Cambon 28 Paris July - The Sun a Jingo of The Extremest Kind vs OS Â¬ Special New York July 28 The Sun says editorially The only condition of peace proposed by the United States that can be the subject of debate or compromise is the matter of indemnity Cuba Porto Rico the Philippines and the rest of the islands in thefurther east must be ceded to us To compromise on the Philippines makes Deweys achievements a glittering failure Â¬ 0 Â¬ Â¬ Sentenced to be Shot Was an Iowa Soldier Special It is reported from Jackson- Â¬ Cedar Rapids la July 28 ville Fla that Guy Hatfield of this city who fatally stabbed another soldierhas been court martialed and condemned to be shot this morning - Â¬ iiT i laborers With Dynamite Guns An Ohio Company Will Fight Company F Fourth Ohio has Special Monroe July 28 been detailed to special duty to serve as a dynamite gun battery the lint Â¬ e Â¬ Ft -- Â¬ battery of the kind equipped in the United States have arrived here OUTLOOK FAVORABLE Five dynamite guns ROMANCE SMASHED For Peace From a of View - Paris Point Reported Engagement of Lieut Hobson and HlssCook Denied Atlanta July 28 -- I 27-A- - W JJj - At a Special Cabinet meeting yesterday to con sicjer subject of Cambon s peace representations to President Mc Kinley for Spain the ministers re- Â¬ ported the outlook very favorable Paris July 28 That little roÂ¬ te i f - m 1 3 dath VL J I llm - 1 -- Report Denied Fin July 28 Jacksonville Special There is no truth in fair Kansas girl the report that Guy Hatfield a Colored People Die spldier was sentenced to be shot twelve-year-oA daughter of to day Jasper Brown colored died last Death of Mr Kings aiiild night ofconsumption on the farm A six nionthHld child of Mr of Mr J F Garnett near The Henry King pf the Pon neighbor Square colored aged 26 Jojni Buckner hood died last night Interment la died near Blooming Grove att the family burying ground this af night Qf fever Urnoon ld mance about Lieut Hobson having been bottled up Cupid has been ruthlessly smashed Mrs Hobsou the mother of the Lieutenant saya there is no truth in it and the rela- Â¬ tives ol Miss Cook the alleged liancce also make denial There is only a slight acquaintance be Â¬ tween the young naval hercand he X t 5 Ci 1SiJ 14 Wm 9mmu u t jt Q 4 Xtfoe jftfSB gatlj ftentueftian DtlUcreJ by carriers t 10 C8XTS All THE GOLDEN The Metropolis of GATE California Publfthcd every ereiilnp except Sunday by OKAS M M3SAOKAK 213 8 MaiH pafta ot the dty at MX TVS 4 WXBX gUMOltrPTIOX XATJ5S f 35 Per Week PBnAffiNTrr m Advance 100- Pen Yeab in Per 8 Months in Advance Alive With Patriotism 10 4 00 Advjok y DEMOCRATIC TICKET F0R CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN n 1i 7 W IIIi Off for Jlanila special timelines notwithstanding madq which the endeayor hasfipen standard to keep up Thejgentury v UNtON COUNTY v Mrs After a six days trip across the in engraving dnd printing Mary Bradshaw Crowninshield continent having stopped at sev- Â¬ measles writes a striking romance of a eral places of interest ecroute I ar- Â¬ King Alphonso has the Perhaps Cervera could give him Spanish American dictator the ti Â¬ rived at Oakland Mole which is an some pointers on how to break tle of her story being Sangree de artificial filled in structure one mile outc Cristo FrederJcJcktg bcr late in length for the purpose of run- Â¬ 1 Ricofor thct ning railroad trains to a point nav Â¬ The war is as irood ad over commissionenin contributes igable by large steamers Here we When a whipped man yells enough Columbian Exposition Â¬ Island of Porto are transferred to the steamer and flighting must stop or tne by a paperin on Thehe describes the conveyed across San Francisco which Rico standers interfere characteristics of he land and the Bay a distance of five miles to the titg tThe Louisville Times calls atten Â¬ oeoole and telfsof the vast re city All trans continental travel tion to the fact that on the very day sources of the island Osgood Welsh and traffic is conveyed into San the Kentucky boys started to the an American sugar grower brings Francisco in this manner over the out new facts in Cuba as Seen Sonthern Pacific railroad this rail- Â¬ front Spain sued for peace Both of these road having a monopoly of the from the Inside but articles are fully iHustatcdr Wal- Â¬ State The city being built on a Gen Miles missed San Juan afeastlandedon Spanish territory ter Russell gives he imprjlsipn of peninsular and surrounded almost But if he shoots as wide of the mark An Artist with Admiral Sampsons entirely by the bay and bcean as he sails the Dons are in no Fleet with sketches from na- Â¬ there is no other point of entrance danger ture of bombardnients and the cap for other roads except a local road Surgeon General runninir through the mountains at j is said champagne is used in ture of prizes Tlie it Sternberg of the United States the base of the peninsular treating yellow fever This may Army discusses The Sanitary entrance of the bay into the Pacific explain why the hospitals at Si Regeneration of Havana Dr ocean is a narrow point called the mild boney are crowded with Sternberg believes that it is possi Golden Gate herice the city is known cVses ble to stamp out yellow fever and as the Golden Gate City Here is other epidemic diseases but that located Marelsland the navy yad Capt F J Hardin of Owen the task will be one of great magni- Â¬ where the battleship Oregon was county will be Settles Republican tude and expense Hon Frank A built and others And here arethe tf opponent The Captains fame has Vanderlip Assistant Secretary of defenses to the city There being heretofore been confined to his own the Treasury presents Facts high cliffs here overlooking the neighborhood About the Philippines with a Dis- Â¬ Golden Gate renders it especially adapted to a fine line of defense cussion of Pending Problems Gen Miles who started to San Wallace Cumming an American Ml But no one has been apprehen Juan missed his landing place just business man pictures Life in sive here of an attack from the 80 miles and debarked on the wrong Manila and there is reprinted enemy especially since the But this may be from one of the first numbers of The end of the island work of Dewey and Schley a case where a miss is as good as a Century an amusing article called California being formerly a part Miles written by of Mexico was largely inhabited A Middy in Manila T Frederick H Paine The destruc- Â¬ by Spaniards in its early settle- Â¬ if Gen Brooke could land at Fa Manila ment but with their proverbial jardo and go ahead and take San tion of the Spanish fleet in eye-w- it lack of thrift and inability to i keep Juan before Gen Miles could tra- Â¬ Bay is described by three verse the mountain range separat nesses there being narratives by up with the procession their large the ing him from the enemy the joke Col Geonre A Loud Dr Charles possessions have passed into P Kindleberger junior surgeon of hands of their much hated enemy would not all be on Sampson and Joel C Evans the Yankee by which name the Olympia of Uncle Sam are now proud There s Branns Iconoclast has passed gunner of the Boston d into new hands and will be moved also given Col Louds diary writ to be called The series We also have stationed here for to Dallas Texas Since Branns ten during the battle of papers on Confederate Commerce our protection i 4uuu somiers death his widow has been publish is brought to an end mostly regulars and volunteers ing the paper using in part edito- Â¬ Destroyers of the rial matter prepared last winter by with accounts of the cruise Mof- - from the Western States Buir We Georgia by James Morris have one regiment from the South Brann uy the 1st Tenn which has been gan and ot the bhenadoah Gustav made the Lion of Camp Merritt gone John Thomson Mason Miss Jessie Schley who has The Trumpet in ever since its arrival and is con- Â¬ to Spain to tell the Queen Regent Kobbe tells of f A second pa sidered the best drilled regiment flow to end the war would confer a Camp and Battle f ivor on her cousin Winfield by los- - per by Herbert D Ward on Heroes here A benefit drill was recently is illustrated by given in the largesi hall in the city ingvher surname in a matrimonial of the Deep and the 1st Tennessee was selected sort Jessie is be- - Varian collision of some out of the entire number In this ing laughed at Spain hollered enough before regiment are several Hopkinsville we had taken Havana San Juan boys whom I have seen and firid Hon Charles D Jacob is deter- Â¬ or Manila If fact we have taken well and contented They are Ed Â¬ remains of his mined to have the Â¬ for nothing so far on land except yel- gar Morris Lannes Huggins and dead son brought to Louisville low fever and a charity contract Jesup Tandy all enlisted in Co K f final interment Young Jacob is So much for the leisurely policy of The latter has been promoted from buried near the spot where he cour- Â¬ the administration private to Sergeant He was form- Â¬ ageously fell while carrying his erly a member of the Latham Light father does not Sergeant His QUEEN LIL Guards There are several other knbw just when he will be able to Kentuckians in the regiment from have the body sent here It may be next winter He is sure to have Preparing to riake a Hot Legal adjacent towns to Hopkinsville the Clarksville Co is also a member of the remains find a last resting Fight For Her Rights Col Smith who this regiment in Kentucky place It is reported among the intimate commands the regiment is an ex It is a great honor to have a mag- Â¬ friends Liliuqkalaniithe former Cpnfederate and the magnificent nificent battleship surpassed by Queen of Hawaii that when she ovation shown the regiment en- no warship afloat to bear the name reaches Honolulu she will issue a route through the Northwestern df Kentucky The people of the statement or manifesto to the peo-Â¬ States and on its arrival here ex-Â¬ State follow with pride their soldiers ple As soon as she has in formed her emplifies that the memory of 1861 ji and sailors at the front They look people of the result of her mission has been effaced by the welcome of forward with pleasure to the time she will publicly protest against the 1898 And the rebel yell is heard when the Kentucky will ioin the transfer of the islands and will mingling in the patriotic chorus other great ships of our navy The present her claim for the crown with the Federal cheer The spir- Â¬ appeal for funds to present the lands confiscated by the Republic it of patriotism seems more alive Kentucky with a silver service which consist of nearly 1000000 here than in the Eastern States I arrived on the morning of July nrmrtl to the best will meet with a acres of land which yield a yearly fc 4 and found the city in holiday at- Â¬ V ready and liberal response rental of over 5100000 It is said imtv of -- i she will also present her claim for tire all business suspended and De Lome resigned before he could between 300000 and 400000 co- Â¬ amid the booming of cannon blow Â¬ ing of hornB and firing of crackers be sent home Bcrnabe was recalled llected as rentals of the republic an immense parade was passing we could send him away before Prominent American lawyers it fret r Woodfordwas given his walking is said have been engaged to han several miles in length made up of papers before he could read the ul dle the case against the TTnifn1 soldiers civilians police and fire departments secret and fraternal timatum and now Spain has BtopgtateB Government organizations prominent among our lafwtul invasion ot ner ter- Â¬ ped them being the Red Men a large we have taken a sin Â¬ Cy Pendletons Cancer ritory before gle capital citjjy The Dons cant Judge C N Pendleton of the city body on horseback dressed in typi Â¬ Â¬ fight much but they beat us at di court is in New York for the pur- Â¬ cal Indian costume Also beauti Â¬ plomacy pose of undergoing treatment for a fully decorated floats with flowers cancer which is growing in the in profusion The entire city was has had oc Â¬ bones of his face says the Owens one mass of red white and blue An army officer who casion to go to the White House boro Inquirer He weut to Louis- Â¬ This outburst of glorious patriot- Â¬ frequently on transportation busi ville some time ago and the physi Â¬ ic enthusiasm was not confined to nnoo tliiiikfi It- vrv llkelv that no cians there declined to uv J J perorpi the the glorious 4th made more glori peace comes ve will necessary operation and advised ous by the victory of Schley but matter when it tijgb transport all the Spanish soldiers him tp go to New Yrk The trou- Â¬ continues until now ao shown by back to Spam This ollicer thinks ble appeared suddenly some months the beautifully decorated show win this will be economical even though ago and has been increasing ever dows of the shops in red white and - 15CT0OO have to be transported at since blue increased in their attractive Â¬ ness at night by dazsjliny lights of million dol the ctoffiveor fjix the SpHlu is ainalertliHnTexaB by about the sunie colors axf iwpnks the views of iOXX square mllM Attlie cjiurchas theroiuVers dls- - The August number ofThe Cen- tury has a nutaber of features of Graphic Description of the Qlorlou Fourth Out West Our Boys tn course ort patriotic theme the subject of Rey Dr Hemphill last Sabbath evening being1 America And tlieHew Matlieweikftewlii8 Machine its Resources and Opportunities After the War ONLY At the theatres the playu and operas are military in character and when the Star Spangled Ban li Modern arm Machine nerv and other patriotic airs are aungor played the entire audience rise and cheer spontaneously With all the latest im- Children wear military garbs roremeuts women cloaks of blue and gilt butÂ¬ tons and with oldiers on every The beet Machine for the corner and in every shop give the least motiey ever manufact r city quite a warlike appearance ured fourth expedition to the Phl The ippines has just left here on trans Â¬ Lteht running noiseless ports for their long journey of 7000 Bimplo durable sol- Â¬ mile6 The spectacle of 3500 diers marching through the crowded - Every Machine warranted streets amid the waving of flags 10 yearp booming of cannons blowing of horns cheering and singing was a A G0 Machine for for 21 memorable one And amid all the nud freight prepaid dazzle could be seen mothers wives and sisters vhose hearts Cash must accompany a were heavy and whose eyes were orders it itji ssp Ilfri J1 n kj lusterless with tears that would flow and when the great ships in SPECIFICATIONS wheel to koep dress from getting on wheol stately procession steamed along Attachments Are the famous Johnsons set ThoIIcad Ts flvo and one lialf Inches high in a tin box and consists of tucker ruffler the city water frontand oUtthrough and eight and one half Inches long Inside fourhemmers binder qullter foot hemmer as any family This Is as feller under the Golden Gate towards the Orient measurement and must high be confounded and oil two crewbraider and sheerer oil can not auchlne made and drivers six bobbins paper with the medium or so called high arm ma of needles thumb screw gunge and book of the flags dipped a parting salute chines The bead plao geU Into orjevcl with directions and from a thousand house tops thetsblo The Furniture Is well made highly pol Â¬ The Needle Is atratghtself acUng flat on ished and olegant in appearance All these good byes were wafted to those de- Â¬ we side and cannot be setlwrong machines will bo sent out with oak furniture walnut is Rpeclflcd Bach machine has loving The Bhuttlo Is open on the end cyllndcr unless to the drawers parting heroes andfrom a lock and cover nice nlckol ihape and absolutely self threading AU machines vThe Bearings Are all steel well fitted and plato drop rings to all drawers lips went the sad adieu are well packed and crated adjustable Good luck to those who seethe end Self Unending The machine Is KKAD OCn GUARANTEE and no hole to put the thread through Good bye to those who fall except thoeye of the needle Th Now Mathews Machine is warranted 10 The Feed Is positive In action and has no years from date of purchase and thirty days TWB springs to get nut oforder trial of it Ifperfeot and entire satisfaction Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind the Is not given the machine may be reshlpped to San Francisco Cal July 22 98 TJhe 21 Kentuckian 1 Year FREE 21 FOR liie Mi M Â¬ v Â¬ ji g CLIPPED AND COMPILED Allen county has an epidemic of typhoid fever Five hundred excursionists visit ed Owensboro and Henderson magnificent j This machine is manufactured with the view of supplying a long felt day mail mint to wit A Modern High arm first class Sewing Machine with all late Small pox guards liaye been improvements and of first class material and good workmanship including placed on all roads leading from the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instruc tions accompanies every machine Jackson county Â¬ The Trimtye County Teachers Institute is in session at Bedford Lancaster is dsprived of the Sun day papers because it has no Sun- oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread TheStltch Is donble lock stitch The same on both sides and will not ravel Can be lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty stitches to the Inch TheTenslon Is a flat spring tension and ad justable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nlckle plated and has a loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder without running machine TheMovement Is the celebrated eccentric m ovemonts positive In action and fewer work Â¬ ing parts than any machine on the market Tho Stand Has large balance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadle is larxe and hangs in cone centprs and all lost motion can be taken up asters under eisclr end and can be easily moved A nico d ress guard over Â¬ to us at our expense and the money paid us will be refunded promptly Under this guarantee you ran no risk what Â¬ ever in purchasing tho New Mathews Machine You have thirty days trial of it in your own home and If for any reaxon you should wish to return the machine it may eo shipped to us at our expense and tho money will bo re Â¬ funded All communications regarding the New Mathews Machine should be addressed to CHAS At MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky Â¬ Â¬ Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine i-- ally-subjec- ts Owensboro less certified to will not bo received Election Commissioners ex- Â¬ The pect o meet in about a month and name the County Boards State Inspector Lester is examIn making your remittance we prefer postoffice registered ining the county offices atCadizand letter express money ordes or Now York Exchange money order checks un Individual Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I fira JL - ill Lexington was damaged by fire the second time withina week Police Officer Freh jHoger while is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these attempting to arrest Sanders Kirby shot and days of yellow journalism colored at Paducah They care little for truth him killed and a great deal for temporary sensation Capt Charles T Tyler has closed It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD his recruiting office at Owensboro The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability and will leave for Santiago to jon It prints the newsall the news and tells the truth j his regiment about it D C Worsham of Henderson It is the only American newspaper outside New York city sold the peerless distillery plant to Ed P Millett formerly of Owensthat has its own exclusive dispatch boat service and its boro Price paid was 6500 own staff correspondents and artists at the front in both Notwithstanding- the bank tax hemispheres decision the cilv of Lancaster let It is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world the banks of that place off with the Its war news service is unapproachably the best payment of the amounts claimed for only two years Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier Jesse Cooper a negro cook who We read the war news in the other papers claims to have been with the Amer- Â¬ ican troops in Cuba has been held then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to over at Lexington on the charge of see how much of it is true housebreaking Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received Joe BAker one of the best known by all postmasters Address THE CHICAGO RECORD 181 who Madison street Chicago citizens of Bowling Green went to San Francisco with the First Tennessee regiment as a mu sician died just before embarking John B Othltemari Arthur G Langham Breckinridge Castloman for Manila The local option election held at Hartford June 18 has been declnred Wt illegal This is a victory for the wets the prohibitionists haying a majority of votes at the election The Largest Fire Insurance Company in the World The Central Bank of Lexington Does the Largest Buainessjn the State of Kontucky in cutting expenses to meet new de- Â¬ mands dispensed with its teller re- Â¬ Does tho Largest Business in tho Southern States duced the cashiers salary from 24983102 2000 to 1200 and the individual Losses Paid in Kentucky in 1896 Â¬ - The Nelson Hemp Company of RELIABILITY Royal Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL - iW book keepers salary from 800 1200 to The Bloomlield Roller Mjlls Com Â¬ pany of Bloomfield filed articles of incorporation with the Secretary of State with 15000 capital E C McMakin W- - B McMakin and S F Wilkinson are the principal in- Â¬ corporations BARBEE Walter FJjGarnett Co G ASTLEM AN Managers Southern Department General Office Louisville Resident Agents Hopkinsville Ky Cynthiana Courier The Cynthi ana offices of the Black Diamond T O HANBEtfY sent to England 5000 for Sir Thomas Tancred the engineering expert who will at once proceed to this country and inspect the fran Â¬ HANBRY chise On his report to the English capitalists depends the success of Railroad Sty Between Tenth and Eleventh the road There is hardly a doubt buj that jtwjli be favorable and if ftVGfuraful uttftutkm givM to M wt construction jw U J bglnat aa ku LMti ftfcTfuftMtfMi tobiweo otiuvwi MFSHRYER V PEOPLES WAREHOUSE IRYER ProoVi Jyji- iij - c v ft inMrud - store AJ ikt hUHKINfVlM wm r wpw -- - tp IP A m4 -- OiiiHilimJi iKHlkf almtmmtmmLlmmtfammiriimitmmmi ill ill 1 11 1 It l ft k II tho wives wholo family Of course tho evening 7 DR SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis Massachusetts tUt they or dtW rliitivod ofTlioao entitled to is the time when it can bo most thor Was the originator of CASTORIA the same that pt wiw Oilgljlyraad and discussed Moreover has borne arid does now bear x tnia rawaru ui tiuui on everV it bs btcn dlaeloBdil Ibut tho n ppticiititA so rapid haB become ovory medium of wrapper arsJiKiiwd pf iunda uud hope to ob Â¬ intelligence from worlds end to tho fac simile signature of wilt bo worlds end that tho ovoning paper ib This is the original CASTOR I A tain tidjk from thisbonrce It which has been used in a leflog tfnie however before there will more favorably circumstanced than its the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years Beny prizo motfby- to distribute morning c0ntomporarios for keoping LOOk CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is Tho proceeds of tho sale of tho prizes puco with thegouuiuo news of each on the captured by tho Cuban fleot lift vo been day The facilities for extracting tho the kind you have always bougJii y tho secretary best essence of the worlds history for and deposited to tho credit of wrap- Â¬ has the signature of thfe navy nnd whon tho war is over tho day and tho worlds thought up per No one has authority from me to use my name except the money will bo apportioned among on passing events have been brought The Centaur Company of whicH Chas H Fletcher is President the officers nnd mou according to tho to such ii high Btato of development prdyfsiona of law ono twentieth to that it is enabled to keop even pace tho commanding officer of the fleet with daily events furnishing a brief one fifth tollie commanding efficer of resumo of such morning news as may Do tho division of tho fleet f 1 in every 1 have been expanded by other shoots osiptain of tjio ship and the beyond real yaluo and keeping the re000 to tho Do not endanger the life Jbf your child by accepting Boston rornaindor among the ollicersand mon cord clear and unbrokon cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you The value of thoovouing newspaper Sjiue of tho eiillorffftri already up f tfmif nrlzi niotlbV much to is not oxhaubted when it has given tho ib anuoy anco of tho Havy Depart uows of thohouror has helped thobua meat Duriug tiro last law My inesaman at his office or homo Copies have otilled in ilio hi are afral attorneysmBniUtjffiWStfpPOiia of seldom found littering tho seats Bfeuui or electric cars as it is taken MrMt of crWiu WuirY ittf discovered to tho honsbholcl for perusal by tho hut iin Ji vf PrlA MntlOV The Evening Ncwspairtf AN OPEN LETTER WB ARH ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD CASTORIA AND PITCHERS CASTORIA AS OUR TRADEMARK To MOTHERS srf sv-- baTuiSBby 9 jix7cJxl - War News people of Hopkinsville and Jl of 6zffl j y Not Be Deceived accordinglothoftrauk Theaecretary of the navy will not recognize attor noyaintnesoniatfcrstniid warns all per Hans interested against making con tracts for contingent or other fees for collecting prize money on the ground ajentireluuuecessaryi The that mouef will bS distributed by a prize coQrfc after tho war when reportsof all ongagoments and captures have been received At present tho officials of the department have loo much on their hahdB ajnd rriindd to attend to such Â¬ Transcript Sweet Simplicity is Nov the Rage Tho Bummer girl will wear her hair in two braids hanging down her back this season in tho country It is tf course a Btyle of wearing the hair which will be popular only for morn ug or up to times to dress for dinner or supper The reason for this fad is easily understood It rests the hair gives the short and broken growth of tho already long ones The girls also pretend that this mode of wearing the hair is becoming and cool and a great preventive of headache Tho ends pf the braids uro tied with ribbouB to match the shirt waist ormorninggown Many of the most fashionable girls have taken up this fad and it promise to bo one of the most popular ones at the summer resorts this year From Society Fads by Patty de Peyster in Demorests Magazine for August S a because he makes a few more pennies on it gredients of which even ZrE does not know the in- Â¬ i i i HERE is no need for the J neighboring towns to sub- - V i scriDe lor papers away r iroin t home to get the latest and most re liable war news The Kind You i Hae Always Bought A BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF 2 Insist on Having The Kind That Bter Failed You TMC CCMTAUI1 OOMPAMY The Daily ti Mt1gyO t - High Lights TT MUnBAX aTBIKT IHWTOBR OITY I Kentuckians Telegraph Service 3 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 overy department of the paper is supplied with a news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky Â¬ Ono variety qf joy is tho discovery I guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN- 3ailors in store nt Key West He haB SHIP the best that money can secure three months rations on every one of tue ships in Cuban waters and three months rations for 4000 men on the steamerGeltic which is now on its way to Santiago and will go as a base No 14 South Main of supplies for tho Puerto Ricau fleet Included in the Celtics cargo ate 300 tbeylooitcomforaboj 000 poUhds offrozen Chicago beef of You catftell bylookiugnt someVo the best quality men that thoy would uiuke black Commodore Watsons squadron will berryJAm in flytime without a cover be accompanied by a transport contai A on the kettle- ing six monthsrations for 3000 men HopkinsMille ti1 while each one of his vessels will be Three Collegiato Courses Preparatory Course Music and Elocution HopkinsvillerodijqefDarket fully provisioned for three mouths taught by conservatory teachers College Orchestra of ten pieces Strict Cash prices paid by Hopkinsville discipline and much personal attention Sepurato departments for male Walking as a Tonic merchants and females Bacon1 Tho lack of proper outdoor exercise 270 Total department enrollment last year walking briskly and inhaling plenty of Bams country 187 Individual enrollment ZAWHc fresh air iB the cause of fully ouelmlf Shoulderef S S WO UjWINE Supt Girls Department i vB7c tho ills that feminiue flesh is heir Sides A CKlY KENDALL Supt Boys Department that your last nickel isti quarter No man over belivtis thrit a woman in a wbitp frock can bo anything but angelic The young mail cant bido his egotism any more than he can hide his paustnohOf Some peopIego away to rest aud take with them other people who make them tired Tho8ummergirl looks happy but the covf standing knee deep in n ppol looks happier Society needs protection from peo pie who talk about books which other yt people ha venrcad Some men go home on a hot day and quarrel1 wfththeirt wives because smmfflmtmmmniimnmtmmfflmt Dont Do a Thing Until you have seen my new line of imported Rations for the Army Paymaster General Stewart of tho navy has three monthsrations for7000 SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS fc l t J L Tobitl Tailor j -- -- South Kentucky College Kentucky Lard Artfli- Cy r I 8l0c C7c -- to llgdiilB pffilpJ Mm J In thegcity Hyatt kEJSIhHHH iMMBnjBHHH M f ftel ilir rtttitm nrt wlj UWHVB6U Country Produce Butter t KgsH rl New feathers Beeswax Tallow Ginsengperlbf T Honey Tubsjvashed wool PoultryY chickens live per - QreWS Roosters ft 3 ir Walking which also means staodiug urect with shoulders thrown back lungs SAM BOYD 12J15c expanded and head well poised iathe 2528o best touio that can bo prescribed for 1821c exhausted brains weakened muscles 2JC and threadbare nerves S2225 And appropriate dressing is an important Horn in order to secure the 26o fullest possible benefit To walk in 1818o tight 8hoes a snug fitting corBet and t P TURNEY CERULEAN i HPffliuiin SKgagssagSt DlUl Tele 99 2 KBIllllCKlHll Cls Per Mi HSe trailing Bkirts is disastrous ratherthan dozSi50i80 2c - drain Cjover per buBheh Corn 3 45c 67c 50c Wheat Corn WffdV Live stoc- kHogs V Shoop vjv rf lir 53325 v i- beneficial to womankind Club women who have studied the TURNEY Proprietors BOYD situation prepare for their waiks by jdonuiug Bhort bicycle Bkirts short This famouB health and pleasuro resort tho oldest in Western Kentucky jickets low heeled square toed boots corset is situated on tho Ohio Valllley brauch of the Illinois Central ruilroad 16 Tho and light hats From Why is wholly discarded miles from Hopkinsvlllo andad miles from PrioooVon t women Should Walk in Demorests Msgazino for August M- TRIGG COUNTY KY- f SPRINGS r RATES BY MAIL Daily One Month - Daily Three Months - 35 100 Daily One Year - - 400 Semi Weekly Edition 1 yr 200 Catile CalveB VV XC i S250360 250300 i Lambs i L Sides and Fura VJIIUUU V I S300825 100425 vv According to the 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dormitories 225 per wook in privnto families 250 to 3 Boarduniform books aud washing nqed not exceed 12000 poryoar Fall torm begins socind Thursday in September Preliminary Examinations first Monday In Soptotribor For catalogues and other information apply to JAMES K PATTERSONt Ph D LL Dj Pjiesident Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ South Main Street or telephone 99 2 Address Cks 11 iadiaoi Publisher 5 mhimi IV J iJU4 jiWoop Ag4ppknivlllXy P a UttJyllirf Jty ja f j Tlie Daily Kerituckian Mop TOR YHAR i HOPKINSVILLE KY ii iii j- - - ii a Il r - iii w L V X yk vjK mailLlLA aifcttJiLaflHAjfaL--JJJaJ gfcirtiifcif4Jlfiffrdn UvjcV- - ffiaGHHBBGnBffB ti V 1 A um um mmJiMSfmmmm tm PARADE FRIDAY GAS CO LEASED WHAT mil TAKE Now - Preparing Mr T The Subject of Prof Willis The Knights of Tabor For a Grand Demonstration 7 i Morning Discussion A G Uttleliaies of v Is the Qtfection Exciting burgthe Lessee Of the Interest- meetings ate Will Take Charge of thePIant Interesting Program for the Lee- - The Grand Lodge Next Monday For Five Being Meld Twice a Day ture This Evening at the J Years In Friendship Hall Christian Church the Oreat Powers of Europe- Porto Rico Concel4 to Us by AH l l iVrf V l DEEPE mi r B -- ft Wt Ji1J 4 morriinp proved to be most inter- Â¬ esting sessions of the week After the formal opening- exer- Â¬ cises the subject of Psychology was taken up and discusBed by Prof He took the question of Willis Memory as hits principal theme and treated it from the standpoint of the various subdivisions of acquisi- Â¬ tion retention recollection etc The rest of the hour was occu- Â¬ pied in discussing- Imagination showing the action of the mind and its uses in that direction Prof Willis is becoming more popular every day as a speaker He has a happy way of elucidating his subjects with illustrations and interspersing his remarks with an- Â¬ Even when he treats of ecdotes dry subjects he is a very entertain- Â¬ ing speaker At 10 oclock the subject of Geog- Â¬ raphy was taken up To discussion Prof John Sollee opened the dis- Â¬ cussion and was followed by Miss Daisy Rice Prof U L Claruy and Mrs Mary P Ware These teach- Â¬ ers are among the most prominent in the county the ladies being teachers in the city schools and the discusson proved to be one of morethan usual interest The last subject of the morning session was Arithmetic and it was discussed by Prof Willis with special reference to percentage and its applications to biibine The afternoon session was begun with the very important subject of School Management as the regular order for 130 oclock The speakers were Miss Lelia Hiser Prof J W Rascoe Miss Sallie E Jones and Prof R C - The Teachers Institute this TheGrand Lodge of theKnightsof Tabor is meeting each day in secret sessions and transacting the regu- Â¬ f lar business of the order principal event of the weelc The will be the monster street parade in full regalia Friday and an all day picnic at Mercer Park This is being looked forward to by the membership and the colored people generally as an eventtb be Thre VHl be long remembered public eerciss at thepark of an interesting character and a gen Â¬ eral rallv of the friendsotiheorder The meeting will continue the rest of the week j TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Corrected Di1ly Ky lien Kaurllu Hanker and ltroker UopklasvUle Ky 1 b Chicago market Opff HiffjJI Closing - Cash Wheat 70 65 65 Sept Wheat Dec Wheat Sept Corn Dec Corn Sept Oats Sept Pork Sept Lard Sept Ribs Sept wheat puts I 65 65 34J4 34 20 65 35 35 r 65 35 35 20 9 42 5 45 5 37 35 35 2or 37 37 37 63 calls 65 New York Stocks and Cotton Opg 5 86 1 21 H 99 1 1 Higt Closing 5 88 Aug Cotton Am Tob Chicago Gas Q CB i 21tf 1 00 1 5 87 1 21 06tf 53K 06 N L Manhattan 06 53 107tf 1 99 05 53 07 Sugar Coal 1 37 tf 38X 36X 25 Iron 26 25 H Chicago KccclplB To day 130 470 125 Hopson M -- 2 ia m i the nrosrram is Corn V here given Oats 220 Recess and Music 10 minutes Hogs 230 Reading J C Willis Cattle 320 Recess and Music 10 minutes IIojj Market 250Q0 330 Literature Teachers Hogs To day 420 Music Announcement Ad- Â¬ Hogs To morrow 24000 392 journment Light 397 lecture of Prof Willis post- Â¬ Mixed The night will be Rough 380 poned from Tuesday 400 delivered at the Christian church Heavy this evening Tliis will be the fea- Â¬ ture of the weeks program BASEBALL The following program will be SPECIAL carried out Miss Ilsttie 1 Organ Voluntary RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS GAMES Long Louisville 14 St Louis 1 2 Vocal Solo Miss Allle Boltom- Cleveland 6 Pittsburg 1 ley Washington Philia 3 Recitation Miss Ella Shadoin 4 Vocal Solo Mrs Max J Moa- - Wheat The remainder of Cars Cars Cars 25000 Head 11000 Head Special Washington July 28 With an interest almost as keen ning company has been leased for atierm of fiye years to Mr T 0 as that felt by Spain the Powers of Europe are awaiting the an- Â¬ jLittlehales of PittsburgtiPa terms upon which Mr Littlehales is in the city and nouncement of President McKinley will be willing the contract has been cloaca and possession will be given next Mon Â¬ to end the war This announcement will make day Aug 1 The organization of the company knowri the policy of the Administra will be retained with Mr W T tion with respect to the Philippines Tandy as president but the lessee It will without doubt be the subject will have entire and exclusive cori of an exchange of notes between the trol of the management of the plant Powers and may prove to Jje the rivet which may bind continental for five years Europe together for the purpose of The Company is in gootLfinancial condition and its working force is bringing pressure to bear jipon this Â¬ competent and popular The lessee Government looking to a withdraw will continue the presentoperativefi al of jts demands regarding the acquisition of territory in the Phil Â¬ at least for sometime Mr Littlehales js a practical gas ippines and other Spanish islands man with 23 years of experience in that section of the globe and is a pleasant and agreeable No exception will be taken by foreign Governments to the annexa- Â¬ gentleman He will put the push and Vigor of tion of Porto Rico by the United the new blood into the business and ex States and notwithstanding declaration of this government be- Â¬ pects to make many new patrons His wte will arrive about the fore the war that it had no inten- Â¬ Mr Littlehales tion of occupying Cuba the Powers first of October while looking for a boarding house would be willing and glad I was told by a foreign diplomat to be is the guest of Mr W Ti Tandy assured of a stable Government in Cuba by its acquisition by the Mi personal aossi P United States But a different problem presents Mr A B Long of Crofton came itself with respect to the Philipdown this morning on business pines Great Britain and Japanare Mr C A Brasher is spending desirous of the extension of Ameri- Â¬ can jurisdiction to the Philippines the day at his farm nearCasky and other i stands still vested in the Mr Chas B Barker of near Spanish crown because their inter- Â¬ Pembroke is in the city to day ests in the Far East are to a great Miss Maggie Graves oFTrenton extent identical with those of the is visiting friends in the city United States and would necessi- Â¬ Owen Shultz of Hartford is tate an identical policy in respect Mrs visiting her aunt Mrs Dillmah on to the maintenance of the integrity of China West lth St M Opposed to such extension are the of Lexington Rev Lee Trahern with1 rela Powers of continental Europe who is snendinir some time V anticipate an alliance between the tives near Lafayette United States Great Britam and Miss Lillic Iser of Nashville is Japan by the occupation of the Phil the guest of Mrs H M Frankel ippines by tne American Govern- this week ment Mrs J M Adanis and children The Sick List are visiting friends near Allens TheHopkinsvilleGas and Light- Â¬ A Snap For 75 Cents 123 v pairs Misses Tan Chocolate and Strap Sandals I Oxblood 2C Turn Soles sizes 8td D and E lasts iV U Worth 125 to 1 tJsl --i Ctiolce V ForcJ sr t V - - ukteMmwite The OKWTIT BWh J rrea GA Hille SeoyTreas SA Crawford Manager Excelsior OlicnXTb see Do all kinds of Laundry and -- j Dye Mzbrk And Solicit Your Patronage VVagon will call for nnd deliver your work tpaviy part of the citv Agents wauted flt tributary pointB Diccouuts libornl Ad dress all communications Â¬ Laundry iNcnnroKATEO Excelsior Steam Laundry Co KY ville 45 11 yon J5 HOW THKY STAXO - Lecture Mental Influences Clubs by Prof J c Willis Bowling Cincinnati Boston M Won 58 54 Lot 29 PC 667 643 617 605 549 i i UIFfl iltov Green Ivy 30 32 32 40 39 42 41 m Prof Benton Reported Dead Information has been received here of the death of Prof Kerney L Benton which occurred at San- Â¬ Prof tiago about a week ago Benton formerly lived in North Christian a few miles from Crofton but moved to Texas about six He later enlisted in months ago the army and was sent to Santiago where he died of fever He was at one time an attendant at the asy Tumhere and taught school at va He riousjpiaces over the county 35 years od and unmar was about Cleveland Baltimore Chicago New York1 52 49 r47 44 i 44 40 33 33 31 24 Pittsburg Philadelphia Brooklyn Washington Louisville St Louis 530 512 494 48 54 407 379 360 56 64 273 New York at Louisville Washington at Chicago Brooklyn at Cincinnati schedule ron to day ried M -- Philadelphia at Pittsburg Boston at St Louis A HERE And l there line of Fine Trap The handsomest thing in the way a vehicle can be seen at Foleys 30 head young cattle and It is a W W Ware repository on Main street Milk Cows for sale Co of Ames P A Ames Cos vehicles sell trap made by F A This trap withOwensboro Ky beBt where best known See Foley Â¬ Co - - Dealers in every county in Ken Â¬ tucky are makingia leader of F A J B Foley Co h vetiiclgR Ames Co of this place carry u full line of their work Mr Thoa Trahenyqf Lafayette has accepted a position with Mr L P Miller of Pembroke as pre Bcriptfoniat Mr Trahern is a thoroughly competent young drug- gitiaving spent Bevernl years i pharmacist for Mr B R BognrQ Lafayette and later with Mr Edyvfr Punier pf ta saiae place - out a doubt is the finest job this Many good side of Louisville judges of line vehicles have freely expressed their opinion by saying that it is the finest job they ever Co are iipt only saw Foley on traps but lead in style Go see in vehicles of all kinds them Elkton Will Excurt colored population will take The a grand excursion from Elkton to Kvansyillu on Sunday Aug 14 Jtht will beat anything of the sea spa in its proporps up-to-da- te Mr Thos G Dade is much im- Â¬ Judge R T Petree went to Se proved and is now considered put of bree Springs this morning td spend danger a few days Mrs J JJ Barnes wife of Sheriff Mr John T Rabbeth of Clarks Barnes who lias very sick for a ville came over to the city last week is mucKbetter today night and went to Gracey this morn - Mr F R Drver is much better ing on business to day and the chances for his ulti- Â¬ S J Samuels has returned mate recovery are now considered Mrs from Knoxville Tcnn accompanied good by JVIiss Jennie Samuels of the lat- Â¬ Mr Edgar Brown son of Mr M ter place and Miss Clara David of B Brown of Crofton who has been Lexington sick withfeYer for two weeks was Mrs Mary V Harton from Bue reported in a very critical condi- Â¬ na Vista Springs Logan cohnty is tion this morning visiting her sisters MrB A W condition of Mr Jas QXook Pyle and Mra A G Boales this The beeudangerously ill with who has week t She has her handsome jittle typhoid fever for two weeks is son Edgar with her much improved and it is now be- Â¬ Mrs Hugh Phelps returned last lieved by his many friends that he night after several dayn visit to re- Â¬ will recover The latives at Hopkinsvillc little Misses Bowles of Hopkinsi Located Them In Princeton villc are visit g Mra E P Gau- The three colored prisoners Geo chat on Greenwood avenue Lockhart Willie Leavell and Kirk Misses Susie and Dora Warfield re- Â¬ Baxter who escaped from the work turned last nigit aving spent sev Â¬ house here Thursday have been eral weeks with fiicids and rela Â¬ heard from They were seen in tives in Hopkinsvillc and Trenton Princeton a few nights ago but Clarksville times were not arrested as they man Â¬ aged to elude the office s there and Dissolution Notice got out of town They arc believed Co to be in hiding near that place The firm of L C Mcintosh is this day dissolved by mutual however and may be crTptured at consent L C Mcintosh retiring anytime A reward of 15 each N L McKee will continue the bus Â¬ has been offered for their capture iness and collect all moneys due to and return or a reasonable reward Co where captured the said firm of Mcintosh and pay any outstanding indebt Â¬ Charlie Daniels Vacation edness of the same C McIntobii j L Mr Chasl L Daniel telegraph N R J Co operator for the L NL McKee July 22 1898 left last night for Kansas City He will be gone sometime spending his A 14 Year01d Bride vacation visiting relatives and friends in the Wes To day s Henderson Gleaner say b The vacancy caed by his de Â¬ License to wed was issued yester parture will be filleil by Mr Sam day by County Clerk Hart to Aaron Morgan aged27t andMisB Minnie L Jameson of Pembroke formerly Byrd Bishop both of Alzey this night operator at Bakers Hill county JThe young lady is about Tennessee the youngest bride that has figured Remember the flalne in a matrimonial event jn this county for many a day her age Place to get your iine Merchant Tailoring is by Fowright Pants beinjf only fourteen years nd Suitsl4i madea for 3 TJj cfcrsmony Will occur to day West 7tU street pppoitfte J jkt tW UrUU Uoeinejtir Mvri New Bra date - HOPKINSVILLE SPECIAL itsr i wtxiLiwr arvj rtf UiJ avt - W p f iMmy sm rf JfXt y Hosiery Offering ON - Sale To Day i Â¬ Ladies real lisle fast black seamless hose double sole high spliced heel exlra durable 19o vni Ladies sifper maco imported drop stitch hose Hcrmsdorf dyel iiiic aiiK iiuisii uunuiu uic uiiu ucci ingiiui i Cmu J cellence in material and manufacture w Ladies beautiful imported lisle hose supreme Quality extra sliced heel double sole new style drop stitch Ladies fast black and fast tan seamless hose s 25c 8o tftiffi Mens fast- black and - fast tan Hue gauge seamless socks Qj Qo V j - Alens fine muslin hemstitched handkerchiefs in great variety nf beautiful pattern borders Another shipment of those splendid bleached vests for ladies with taped neck and arms I0ci - 10 57 0 JT HiSv 1