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the 27th Total sick 4132 total been exhausted Bread riots have id cases of fever 3193 new cases fe Â¬ already begun Two brothers ba ver 822 cases of fever returned to kers were killed by a mob for de- duty 542 Deaths Private J H rending two dozen loaves Three ofj the mob were seriously wounded Ferrell Company H isTinth Massa- Â¬ but the shop was looted before the chusetts volunteers at Siboney yel- Â¬ civil guards arrived Spanish reg- Â¬ Special Washington July 29 The terms which the United low fever Corporal Thomas Rol ulars despite the misery preserve States Government will find acceptable as a basis of peace are being- re- Â¬ son Company D Twenty fourth in- Â¬ good order but mutiny is feared at duced to form by Secretary Day the president having1 reached a con- Â¬ fantry Siboney yellow fever Pri- Â¬ any time Volunteers are loud in clusion on their outlines The terms to be insisted on by the United vate William H Bycrs Company D their murmuring and desertions arc common The regulars pin States are believed to be as heretofore outlined a complete surrender of Seventeenth infantry cerebral ap Â¬ their faith to Camaras squadron The an- Â¬ oplexy Cuba and Porto Rico and a coaling- station in the Philippines which they are promised will sail foKHavana in a few weeks swer will probably be given to Spain to morrow Shaptkr Major General fIt is commonly believed therethat From advices received yesterday the President feels confident that Gen Lee has landed at Pinar del Born to the wife wife of Mr Thos Spain will accept the terms to be proposed Ro with 50000 men and he is daily D Armistead on the 28th inst a expected to appear before the in of London papers indicate that the Spanish peo- Â¬ Madrid dispatches trenchments of the city daughter are indifferent to the terms so long1 as Spain is allowed to have the ple Philippines and is not compelled to pay an indemnity Marshal Mar- Â¬ A MIGHTY HARD TASK tinez Campos and Gen Azcarrago have issued declarations in favor of immediate peace and the MadridStock Exchange boomed yesterday on peace prospects The Madrid papers are indignant because the United States did not stop hostilities as soon as Spain proposed peace negotiations The report from Madrid towards the close of the day that the news papers there had given their approval of the terms of peace described by the President went towards relieving a certain feeling of discourage ment that was manifested at the opening of the day for it was patent that members of the Administration apprehended a rejection of horde mands bySpiinat the beginning If however it shall appear that tins Madrid statement is well founded and that the Madrid papers fairly re- Â¬ flect the views of the mass of the Spanish people then it seems probable that the difficulties lie before the Adminstration in accomplishing peace would be rather internal than external and will be based upon the preparation of a treaty that shall secure theratification of the tUnited Scales Senate It may be pointed out in this connection that if we are really as near to peace as many people suppose it will become necessary to issue a call for an extra session of the Senate to act upqnAthe peace treaty with all Vhe promptness that the importance of the subject demands Days of War w West Key Badly Whipped She Is Anx ious to Quit at Once 1 k M sition of Spain Washington July President and his Cabinet assembled this morning at 11 oclock to consider the peace proposition All of the members excepting Secretary Bliss were present The Cabinet adjourned shortly after 130 According to Secretary Long and Alger nothing definite was agreed to The Cabinet will meet again at 330 None of the mem bers will say anything about answer to Spain but the impression prevails that it will be sent to night or to morrow Secretary Bliss arrived in time to partici-Â¬ pate in the 330 meeting The Cabinet unan- Â¬ imously approved the proposition to retain Porto Rico the Wake Island in the Carolines G uam in the Ladrones and to demand the in- Â¬ dependence of Cuba under a protectorate of the United States until the people arrange a stable government of their own 29--Special--The - - Â¬ Â¬ The Philippine Question The only difference between the President and his advisers was One member said the opinion in the disposition of the Philippines seemed against retaining them He thinks our terms will be de- Â¬ cided upon by 5 oclock There will be no suspense of hostilities till Spain is satisfied to accept our terms m in 0 Miami Camp to be Moved Red Cross Society Criticised Remember the on Account of Sickness Namel Whcwl A HALF MILLION CAPITAL Doctor Blames the Officials IN HIS BATHTUJ3 Washington July 29 Special It is officially announced that branch Camp Lee at Miami Pla will be abandonedon account of un Â¬ Expired a Well Known Baptist Preacher healthy conditions Second Alabama the First and Second Louisiana The First and Spe- Â¬ Jackson Tenn July 29 and the First and Second Texas Voluuteers will be moved to the main C II Strickland pastor cial Dr camp at Jacksonville of the First Baptist Church here died suddenly last night in his bath tub He had been suffering More Troops From Tampa He wasa Con- Â¬ from rheumatism federate veteran and attended the 1 - v reunion at Atlanta arriving home last Monday He filled the pulpits Special There will be a large movement of the First Baptist Churches of a Washington July 29 of troops from Tampa to Porto Rico immediately Catteries G K M Knoxville and Nashville VPenn Sioux City Iowa coming from and D of the Fifth Regiment IS of the Sixth II of theScvcnth the and the latter city here last January Fifth cavalry are included in the order He was one of the ablest pulpit Hudsons brigade consisting of the 1st Florida and 5th Maryland orators in his church His wife is J will also go immediately visiting in Atlanta m f - Ordered to Porto Rico Spain Sees Peace in Sight 21 Madrid July 29 jf Harried In St Louis Capt Horace man car conductor well known in this city and a Miss Sprague of Henderson were marriedjh St and Louis They will make Nashville rT their future home GallithauVPiill HarborLights Are Restored Special Th6 Herald says the harbor coast lights at the Balearic islands have been restored Sagasta after the cabinet meeting yesterday said there were grounds to hope that an understanding would be reacheU between Spain Rnd the United Statds French Subjects Need Aid Their Government Will Help Them pMJMljfpciiijMtojijjjreiid government Will open a A Mr Gaines Improving Spe Â¬ Montgomery Ky July 29 Mr J J Gaines who was cial stricken with paralysis a week ago is now Blowly but steadily improv Â¬ ing He will recover without a backset - ffe St Paul Weighs Anchor San Fjrancigco July 29- - Spe-cUUV-T- he fHatfcoiOMirtllprpMbjecUlaCjiUa who ana endur- w narasnlj ffitffeftt to blft4 rf the porta of tluiisUnd I transport K fit Pjml wr saietl thiq morning for Maiulai Dr Gray who served on the ship Special Washington July 29 Incorporation of a Cuban Express Relief says the pestilence in our troops at Siboney is traceable to the Red Cross officials who disregarded instructions by doing hospital Company work They were told to only distribute food but they opened hospitals Special New York July 29 in Cuban houses which were infected There is no yellow fever in San A certificate of the Cuban and tiago It is malarial fever The yellow fever is at Siboney Pan American Express Company was filed at Trenton yesterday Has Manila Fallen with a capital stock of S500000 The object is to operate canals railroads telegraph lines steam- Â¬ A Madrid Report So ship lines and to buy and sell stocks and bonds and carry on the busi Â¬ The Government it is reported has Special Madrid July 29 ness of a general warehouse received a telegram announcing the surrender of Manila to Admiral Off On a Furlough Dewey No details are given Capt Frank C Gephart the pop- Â¬ ular conductor of the Hopicinsville A Soldiers Child Dies A MAN FROM CADIZ and Nashville accommodation who daughter of Ethel the has been sick for several days has Mrs Cora Hall the wife of the Ken- Â¬ Down in been granted a furlough iof two Having a Hot Time tucky soldier who is now at the Graves weeks and will leave for Louisville front was buried in a simple man Â¬ to morrow He will spend a part of his time at French Lick May field Ky July 29 Chief ner at the City Cemetery Thursday Mrs afternoon late says the Clarksville Gebbart will go to Dawson Springs McNutt arrested L IT Franklin a Times a sufficient amount of money to morrow to spend some time dur Â¬ book agent here charged with se- Â¬ having been subscribed with ing her husbands absence Capt ducing a Miss Foster orLola Ky enough left to allow the mother to Maddox will have charge of Con- Â¬ a small village twelve miles from start back to her home at Trigg ductor Gepharts train during his Smithland A private reward had Furnace Ky this morning Ah been offered vacation Deputy Sheriff Hudson of Liv Â¬ was stated yesterday Mrs IJall came here on a visit her child takÂ¬ One Hundred Italians Strike ingston county and a brother of the when it died slie ing sick Paducah Ky July 29 The woman left this morning with the no money andpay for interment had to one hundred Italian laborers who prisoner and a lynching is looked were wqrking on the sewers struck for to night at Lola as feeling is Mrs Glass Sick yesterday for alleged abuse from high Miss Foster is of one of the the contractors Theysay they finest families ip Livingston county j Mrs W A Glass is reported to will go hack to New York but an Franklin was greatly excited when be quite ill at her home on the Can Â¬ effort SviU be made to arrest them he was taken away and begged the ton pike ITer brother Lieut Alex Dade of on bail writs if they attempt it aa protection of the officers Ilcclaims several hundred dollars were ex Â¬ lb have niarried at Cadu within the the regular army is also in a hos Â¬ pital near New York very sjek pended to get them here laat month Says i ii lVA LiJ v jjtkiLitoi r mm MvmytomttttMmmM VV7Wr Jjt8gffaiiWPWBBWgBlWatBWqii 111 III I I MIJWTOiWMMMIIiWWIWtWWIWWWiiwwwWWMWw1 mftrjgam 1 - XCfec - ails Hcntttchianv Delivered by carrier to all pajfcj JHopklnsvttle -- - - - - iua hi ii--Ll-- t UUll Tocc fUrket WILUA1 ROBINSON Pubtshed every orciilntf except Sunday by S Xaln OKA d the dty at I KeportcdbjrJil KRtetoa ot Gtimnlags Eggkton oneorpnraWd Wyorn order ot dealer 6Z1iH handler ot leaf tobacco s 21 The KntucskictX Year And the New ItrfaUtew aerTlug Mnchf tie WMILiLlJlJUeMUllllL LlMfcLlLikJUiiji 21 REAL ft vx2axk4ia v 10 CKJTXB MUtWXEX FOR ONLY Pkb Mot m Abfanoe gXJCKTIOW Jg 3ULTX8 Week 10 Advance 4 00 The Pnsfio Wales is recovering- fromhisnprjled knee ap- - SILVER SERVICE to the Bat- - pointed postmaster at Santiago urif fSteiim minervision of 1 the Wanted to Present to military authorities tleship Kentucky romance about Lieut turned out to be a very or Â¬ Hobson for Voluntary Contrll dinary newspaper fake He is An Appeal BHiffoarf whole and fancy free buttons to the Amount LV21j That pretty 1 t h U tr The commissioners appointed to his claim He was known Cash nniBt accompany al Well improved good land well wa ordors attend the launching of the Ken- Â¬ p0or tcred and timbered 180 acre 119 5400 tucky have issued the following ad- Â¬ The weather condition has been Prico one half purpose set forth John Mc Meloan offers a Vhcf I In keep drcs3 from getting on wheel SPECIFICATION dress for the favorable for a large portion of the A Farm of 350 acres on Butter Â¬ Attachn cuts Are the famous Johnsons set in his paper the Calloway interest The Head Ts Ave and one half Inches hlch in a tin box and consists ot tucker rufllcr frthncco belt however in thifc sec milk Road and eight and otie linlf Inches long Inside fnurhemmera binder qnilter foot hemmor It is good prop Ledger for sale This Is aa high as any family and fellorundcr braider and sheerer oil can moasurcment tion south and south West there not Screwdrivers six paper Calloway is an excellent erty and Two thirds in fine timber good iov machine made andormustcalled bo confounded and otl twothumb screw guagobobbinsbook ol so high arm ma medium and has been entirely too muchrain Drovements well watered 8i miles with the Tho bead plate sen into ur luvel with of needles directions county to live in chines and the report is very unfavorable from llio city Big bargain the table The Furniture Is well made highly pol Â¬ v All these Tho Needle Is straight self acting Hat on ished and elegant In appearance from that section at Madrid that 5900 machine will bo sent out with oak furniture Prico one side and cannot bo sctivvrong It is claimed unless walnut is specified Kaon machine has The Shuttle Is open on the end cj Under a lock to the drawers and cover nice QUOTATIONS the Spaniards have Merrimacked nickel and absolutely selMhreadlng Farm of 106 acres onButler Road shape Bearings to All machines sinking- an 1 50S 2 00 Are all steel well fitted and plate drop ring andaUdrawors The Lugs the San Juan harbor by are well packed Trash crated Three and one half miles from the adjustable 3 00 2 00 thread Self threading The JtBAD OUK GUARANTEE old collier effectually blocking its Low lugs city well improved good orchard lng find no hole to putmnchtnels selfthrough tho thread 3 50 rud uever failing water 3 00 Th New Mathows Machine Is warranted 10 except the eye of tho needle mouth Common lugs Feed Is positive In action and has no yeata from date of purchase and thirty days The 50 50 8 4 750 Medium lugs Prico trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction jprlngstogctout oforder la not given the machine may bo rcshlpped to Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind 5 50 4 40 A farm of 20 acres on bo mo road oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread the to us at our expense and the money paid us Good lugs Ridge 111 a suburb of Park TheStltcli I double lock stitch The same will bo refunded promptly 5 00 3J miles from the city well iraprov THE KENTUCKY 4 00 Low leaf Chicago has passed an ordinance oh both sides and wilt not ravel Can bo Under this guarantee voir run no risk what A good poultry or market gar lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty 7 50 ed 5 5C Common leaf ever In purchasing the New Mathews Machine imposing a fine of 25 upon dogs The Committees Address stitches to the Inch den farm in good neighborhood trial it 8 50 7 50 ThoTenslon Is a flat spring tension and ad- - You have thirty days reasonofyou in your own Medium leaf r found on the streets unaccompanied home and if for any should wish j lis table to all sizes of thread 400 Price The great battleship Kentucky to return tne macuino u may ee snipped to us 10 50 9 50 Hand Wheel Is nlckle plated and has a at oar expense and the money bytheir masters the owner to pay named In honor of the State was Good leaf win do re- 12 50 Farm of 75 acres on Greenville loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder lunutu 10 50 without ruuninir machine the fine Why not try it here of the Governor and Fine Leaf in the presence All communications regarding tho New i Tho Movement la tho celebrated eccentric Road U 50g 17 00 Selections movements posltlveln action and fewer work Mathews MachlnoBhould be addressed to many representative citizens from llig parts than any machine on the market Gen Miles break in landing at WEEKLY BEFOKT Six milos from tho city The very CHAS M MEACHAM the Stand Has large balance wheel hangs of Kentucky treadle end of Porto Rico all parts of the State the wrong J on two adjustable centers Theall lost Is larxe best place iu the neighborhood 245 hhds a motion and hangs tn cone ccntergand March 25 189S and will Receipts for week Hopkinsville Ky good water buildings orch- can be taken up asteM under uvih end and seerhs to have been a fortunate launched 8930 hhds timbor year some time be- Â¬ be easily moved A nice dress guard over qui be put in commission ard and iu a fiuo state of repair mistake rafter all He captured 421 week 5650 Ameri tween January 1 and March 1 1899 Sales Prico Porto Rico and raised the Description 01 the Improved New Mathews Machine year f7388 The presence of Kentuckians at cWflagat Guanica a full day be- Â¬ A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 This machine is manufactured with the view of supplying a long felt Â¬ 613 the launching was merely a pre- Offerings for week fore Spain sued for peace want to wit A Modern High arm first class Sewing Macuino with all lato 192 acres near timo recognition of the honor Injections liminary improvements and of first class material and good workmanship including Twenty acres of timber the remain the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable prico A book of instruc learned of their done the State by the Government L The Hawaiians All tions accompanies overy machine ing in high Btate of cultivation Hopkinsville Produce flarket annexation on the 13th The news and it was universally conceded tho buildings iu good condition was taken by the Coptic and Presi- Â¬ that something more substantialÂ¬ Cash prices paid by Hopkinsville splendid neighborhood In rnakiug your remittance we prefer postoffice mouey order registered merchants dent Dole was with the rest of the must be done by the people of Ken2200 Prico i lettor express mouey ordes or Now York Exchange Individual checks unpopulation on the wharf to learn tucky and that when the great Bacon 100 acres 5 Miles From City on less certified tb will not be received the glad tidings Capt Sealby of ship shall have been completed a Bums country 810c Â¬ Russellville Pike the Coptic was presented with a handsome silver service emblazon41 Shoulders he ed with the arms of the State silver cup for the information v 57c Well improved 15 acres of timber Sides should be presented imparted Lard 67e near church and school Such has been the custom ot all 1800 Price Capt Philip of the Texas in bi the States which have been so hon- Â¬ Country Produce 136 acres on Ducker Mill road 12J15c 65 acres of bottom land 2 good formal report does not name any ored by the Government Ken- Â¬ Butter 7c ofthe officers of his ship He in- Â¬ tucky I know will not be behind well watered 15 acre houses 2 is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these in the sentence but will rather excel them in the jSew f oa tbers 2528c timber bams cluded them all They care little for truth of splendor of the gift and the univer Â¬ days of yellow journalism I 182lc Price Beeswax The bearing and performance SI 100 en- and a great deal for temporary sensation 2c 500 cash balance in one and 2 Tallow duty of all officers met with my sality of the offering Ginseng per lb 2225 years at 6 per cent The best farm gift will not cost less than tire improval The It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD 7 J8c in the neighborhood Honey S10000 It is proposed to secure The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability When we get down to business this amount by popular subscrip 26c Besides these wo have other farme Tub washed wool It prints the news all the news and tells the truth with Spain on the question of peace tion Kverv town in the State of 13l8c for sale and will take pleasure in Greased showing auy of them to parties wisln about it well enough to exact Kentuckv should be represented it would be Poultry ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab the Pelayo as an offset to the and with the view of making- the It is the only American newspaper outside New York city Y ehickens live per dozSl6018l stracts of title furnished all purchuV Maine since the captured war- Â¬ subscription as general as possi- Â¬ 2e ers Now is the time to buy real that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service and its Roosters ships were destroyed by the Span- Â¬ ble I have addressed this letter to estate own staff correspondents and artists at the front in both iards to keep them from falling in- Â¬ representative citizens in every drain Three tracts of conl lands two hemispheres S3 to our hands part of the State No one need fear Clover per bushel of tho mines partially developed 45o Vein of conl 5 feet thick flneBt qunl Jt is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world t that his subscription will be Corn V The kind treatment bestowed up- Â¬ too large nor none ko small that it 67o i fry Une tract contains uuu acresWheat Its war news service is unapproachably the best on Hobson and his men was not as 50c one 175 acres one 05 acres All Corn shelled We want both will be overlooked within i mile Illinois Central It It Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier kind after all as it might have been dollars and dimes for it is to be Li e stock Will sell at bargains and on easy But for the protest of the British the peoples gift HogsV 53V25 terms HerQ nro fortunes for the We read the war news in the other papers Consul he might have been kept to the ship will go a With the gift S2 50300 right men Sheep confinement all the time in solitary then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to list of contributors and the place of 2G0350 For sale or exchunge a good pny Cnttle The inclina- Â¬ he was a prisoner residence but not the amount so Calves S300325 ing hotol at tho famous Dawson see how much of it is true tion of Gen Linares was to treat in making your contribution please bargain or Springs Will sell at 100425 exchange for improved a farming land Lambs Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received him as a common criminal write your name and address dis- Â¬ Hides and Furs by all postmasters Address THE CHICAGO RECORD 181 well located Madison street Chicago tinctly There is good authority for the Green hides 67c For Bttlo a good first class boardIt is also proposed Id publish a Green Baited hideB statement that Spain is willing to 7c ing house at Dawson Springs Will will contain a Dry flint make peace upon the following gen souvenir book which in12c sell on easy terms or exchange for good noteB Tho- - owners business eral conditions 1 The surrender cutot the battleship Kentucky Â¬ Vegotables John B Castlemau Arthur GLancham Breckiuridiro Castloman with description cut and descripcompols him to reside elsewhere of Cuba as a protectorate of the 75c Now potatoes per bushel account an ttO aero United States 2 The uncond- Â¬ tor of the silver service Cabbage per head 85c San Diegoranch well improved near of the launching and the presenta Cal Will oxchango for itional surrender of Porto Rico as a Watermelons property in Christian county Ky1 3 indemnity The reference tion also names of subscribers war 2535c ofall other questions growing out The book will also contain the latest Florida William Roinson Agt revised list of the American navy Flour Retail of the war to a court of internationThe Largest Fire Insurance Company in the World and other interesting data The Office Webber Street al arbitration 126 Patent per bbl publication of this book depends Does the Largest Uusinessjn tho Stato of Kentucky S3 75 Standard per bbl Hopkinsville Ky on the amount of the sub Â¬ v The Republican Convention of largely Does tho Largest Business in tho Southern States will be sent free to Ha- ythe Tenth District nominated W J scription it Clover per cwt fi 5fo on en ima roiuuurtam 24983102 or more fosses Paid in Kentucky in 1896 Seitz for Congress on the twentieth those who contributeS20 70o Good Timothy As chairman of the Finance ballot The opposing candidates I C 12Jo Committee I ask your personal co- Bran retail were withdrawn one by one and the work that you Tomatoes nomination was made by acclama- Â¬ operation in this matter up Fancy per doz 20c v tion The Democratic candidate is will at once take this with your neighbors to the end that doz- Managers Soiitlfcrii Department 10c Choice per the present Congressman Hon T the call may be liberally and prompt- Â¬ Green Corn C Fitzpatrick who will almost cer General Office Louisville TIME TABLE- tainlv be relected by an increased ly met Fancy doz ears 10c The splendid achievements of majority GjfO 8c JEttbctivo Choice doz oars Co Resident Agents Hopkinsville Ky the American navy in the present Walter FJQarnett NO062 No 831 No 872 fVT war thrill every American heart Acom Todd County Shooting yjfrtf The soldiery of the Fifth Illinois dally dally Acom Lv flopkluavlUo with pride wheneverit is mentioned dally dally f are blaming their commander Col During a brand dance at Millers Lv HopkliiBYlllo 660am 240pm 480pm and I am persuaded that on this oc- Â¬ MPSHHYER 808am iHfipm 0 45pm T 0 HANBERY Culver for their turn down after mill near Blkton Ky Nathan Ar Princeton 705pm ArUcndorson casion there will be no backward Â¬ 800 pm fired four times at Nick ArEvanavlle they had finished loading for Porto on the part of our people but Lindsay 1000pm LouUvlllo Rico Many of them indulged Jin ness but the bullets went wild Ar laducali 1100am 0i0pm Ar patriotic rivalry as to who will Gibson 820pm 818am Memphis the use of language and the a The men revived an old grudge Ar New Orleans 8 80am 745pm Ar give first and mpst NO833 NO 801 N0B55 Colonels ears will doubtless burn Later in the day Seymour Boygett ArnopVliwvlllQ HANBERY dally SIIRYER IVoprs Acom Acom Yours respectfully dally officer dly A brave the rest of his life Harry- Weissinoek shot and probably fatally wounded LYKyanavlUo h 8 15 am i rr Railroad StyBotweeu Tenth DO a m Chair Finance Com wlio wants to fight can innpire yVm Oatea the bullet entering Mr Henderson r 800am IS 15pm floipm and EUyenth N B Address aH letters con Â¬ bate lead The second shooting rv Princeton into timid men but courage ArKopklnsvllle 8Wam IMpm i7pi subscriptions to Jan F Train No WX ha through ettatr ear and wi idf BiiAitnn n MVin anil mJWdUtamabO brave men with a leader whose taining Secretry Board of Trade was Ih outcome of thei first boy Â¬ erlroiiUlrWiwnuu to Nuw Qrlui9 la Mem- Buckner to kouiBville Kyf who will ncknowl gett being afriend of Llday and pnlH iaclinatiops jpqint io peace ar kut UhnUdYMwro 4t mmfc OiLiKwkMi hxtrnottl- t pitW uttimfi otmT of UibioJi it edje receipt of a firae 0te Â¬ The oldest British subject Robt Taylor of Ireland has just died at the aire of 130 years according to to be T - of 10000 Hopkinsville July erings this week were 013 bjjds5 and were composed of very pdor nondescript tobacco only a few scattering hogsheads of decent toÂ¬ bacco offered Highest price this week was 16 for a very nice hogs Â¬ head from the Purchase district The market was very irregular on tlje common grades The demands for Italian and Austrian styles were good to the close Rrench and snuff tobacco was not air high as previous week Common Spatt Isli lugs seem to have but few friiends However they arc being bought up by speculators at a very low price Hence rejections were heavy on same also on common nondescript low leaf on which the condition was bad The breaks from now on arc likely to be rather 29 Thcoff ESTATE AGENT ABSTRACTS OF TITLE MADE Money loaned at 6 per tent on first class real estate for a term of 5 years We have for sale soma of tho bes buildiuglota iatho city and oti tormB r Modern Hi arm Sewing Machine With ro7om lata all the lalMt im- - Thetiiest Machine for tho least money over uianufact ftUredi i 1 Prices ranging to Biiit purchasers from S20 to 53000 Thoy nro located Wo iu nearly every part of the city for biiIo farniB in this aud nlao have adjoining counties These farms are owned by parties who wish to soil Below ia a partial list of them A 8iinplo durable Light running uoiBoloss 10 Every Mucbine warrantnd yeare v Fine Farm near Kennedy A Machine for for and freight prepaid i0 21 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ E8 RELIABILITY - - V - Â¬ Royal Insu r a n c e Company OF LIVERPOOL Â¬ 1 Â¬ f RAILY BAEBEE GASTLEMAH Dec PEOPLES WAREHOUSE sr rrr - nurriNoyiuc tvry- akwi fc 1 ftar-n-ra- fni T c v oM f Hi iifstii - i h TlMt Hen i ia BASEBALL SPECIAL - Jfii viiitoiim iMIia LIuM n v aihj jtivM5 ihiiuMti J a to adoseso fatttfl the Milltot tut fcltfkfcn she is WcWucdg eggs in rg numbers any more than there i of a Jersey laying- on fat when she la infull flow of milk But When fthe hen has ceased to lay and is taking- hei summers rest is the time when feed will make too much fat Corn and corn meal with oats may be fed during- the spring- months aU right but in the nionths to come theMicnwili make a use of that kind of food that will unfit her for summer work The avcrag e far- Â¬ mer lets the hens run to the crib A good lot of eggs may be com- Â¬ ing in bitt if the hens arc still per Â¬ mitted to live in the corn crib they will change their methods It is very common to hear a far-Â¬ mer say that lie gets fewer eggs than any man in the neighborhood and he has fatter hens than anybody This is on a par with the man who sold a Light Brahma to his neighbor and when the man came after th6 bird he was told that it was not a Light Brahma at all The farmer said he thought it was a Light Brahma ashe had lifted it arid found it to be lighter than any fowl he - aooii When will be callettupfn Li W tfta fat There la Mlfeaffii- m lich PfofVheii laying- on - anil W prodiiclioiT is concerned KESUITS YESlEKIUVS QAKS Louiavillc 0 New York 4 Boston 6 St Louis 2 OV CASH tb Cincinnati 7 Brooklyn 1 Pilndelphia 7 Pittsburg UOW T1IKY STAND THE PALACE ONLY WHICH INCLUDES Hosiery G ldves CASH ONLY i- f PC 671 048- Clubs Cincinnati Boston Won Lost 9 59l 55 52 M49 Cleveland Baltimore Chicago New York Pittsburg Philadelphia Brooklyn Washington Louisville St Louis 47 44 44 4 l33 31 v32 24 30 32 32 40 40 43 4L 46 53 55 05 Carnival of Summer Bargains Ladies Bats - 617 005 549 524 500 494 406 331 308 269 Childrens Hats Trimmed and Ontrimmed Ribons Laces Flowers Corsets Leather Belts Jeweled Belts In fact every Â¬ thing in Summer G oods goes in this sale to make room for Silk Mitts SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY IV1Y CORSETS New York at Louisville MAMMOTH FALL STOCK This Sale Commences JEWELED BELTS 35c ones go at 25cts 40cts 50c 75c 50cts 756ts 125 Washington at Chicago Brooklyn at Cincinnati Philadelphia at Pittsburg Boston at St Louis Have Leased the Opera House The Opera House at Trenton has been leased for a term of years by Mr and Mrs L J Oldham pub- Â¬ lishers of the Todd County Demo- Â¬ crat The large building is now being thoroughly renovated re papered and painted The stage will also be enlarged and entirely new scenery will be put on with handsome drop curtain and all im- Â¬ provements necessary to make it a strictly modern and opera house Trenton is a good show town and with such a play house as they will soon have it is safe to say that some good compa- Â¬ nies will visit that place during the ensuing season up-to-da- te - P D Corsets have no equal I have a corset war- - fit W B Corset the best had What effect fat lias on the development of eggs is probably not known but certainly there is a direct effect We remember a hen that fattened until she weigh She was too fat ed ten pounds to walk After laying no eggs for months she was killed Five pounds of leaf fat was taken from her An examination of the egg producing part of that hen show- Â¬ ed that there were quantities of minute eggs in her but none of them had started on their course There is no of development feeding too much food danger of if it be thatkind that is not liable to produce too much fat Oats may be given as a food but corn must be given only in limited quantities or none at all Des Moines Homestead Â¬ ranted not to break on hips I also have five doz 100 corsets in sizes from 22 to 28 go in this sale for - 75c These goods are all first class and are big bargains MONDAY Aug STRICTLY CASH 1 250 300 175 225 B W m m I m j J5 L Leather Belts 111 all Colors 25c ones go at SOcts 25cts 35c 40cts 50c 75c and 100 at 50ctS WAIST SETS 1 fltts And Continues Until FANS i Colored Brakemans Accident Trapping a Poultry Thief An electrical engineer who resides in West Philadelphia devotes his spare time to the enjoy- Â¬ ment of raising fine pure bred poultry Thieves troubled him notwithstanding he kept a large watchdog He concluded to ap ply his electrical knowledge and called to his aid the sexton of a neighboring Church with whom Wires he was wpll acquainted arranged to sound alarms wete in the ownerje house but in one week the henhouse was again Investigation showed robbed wires had been cut before the the thief entered the chicken house Then the sexton helped him set a steel trap bufthe thief was not His caught in the next raid next idea was to try a snap shot camera yith a flash light His friend the sextOn being away he worked alone for two days to complete his ingenious1 arrangement finally all was complet Â¬ ed so that when the henhouse door was opened a combination of wires ignited the flash light and exposed the plate in the cam- Â¬ era Evidently the flash fright ened away the thief On devel oping the plate the engineer nearly fainted when the well known features of his friend the sexton appeared The sexton has made a hill confession of all the robberies and in order to avoid arrest has promised to set tle al claims Qrecns QFruit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Henry Anderson of color one of the best known of the I C local brakemen while performing his duty at the incline three miles above the city Thursday morning had his left foot caught between the bumpers crushing the foot in a shapelessmass says the Hender- Â¬ He was promptly son Journal brought to the city and taken to Letchers Hospital Dr Stone assisted by Doctors Yeaman and Mosely did everything possible to save the member but found that nothing short of amputation would answer The foot was cut off a little above the ankle Anderson also had several fingers mashed She Was a Whopper The largest corpse that St Louis undertakers have handled for years was that of Aunty Martha Beam whose sudden death Wednesday morning so startled the colored pop- Â¬ ulation of her vicinity She had returned to her humble kitchen from hanging out a washing when she rolled from her chair to the floor dead Her daughter and granddaughter fled frbm the house in terror and could not be induced to return for hours In all the days of her 70 odd years Aunt Martha had never been ill an hour and her sudden demise was viewed with the wildest alarm by the simple folk of the neighbor- Â¬ Â¬ Off August 25th 4 OFF 1 KID GLOVES All TRIMMED HATS ON ALL UNTRIM 100 go at - 85cts MED HATS andBONNETS 125 go at - 100 135 150 go at - 3 OFF On all 3 Off Waist Sets Muslin Underwear 1 13 OFF LINENS 1 3 OFF ON HOSIERY In Ladies Misses and i ON ALL STAMPED Childrens Chemises Skirts and BIG BARGAINS IN LADIES AND CHIL Â¬ 20c Pants 25c DRENS SILK MITTS 35o Big Out in Gauz and 50c Light Colored Ribons CARRY A FULL LINE OF BUTTER I 4 OFF on Gowns ALL FLOWERS 10c ones cutato 7cts 15c u lOcts u u u u u u t 25cts 35cts tin 15cts 19cts orGashOn Aug 1st to 25th IOKS PATTERNS Remember the dates Aug 1st to 25th and is for CASH ONLY ForCashOnly Aug 1st to 25th m w Mrs yrs7fiarmTWfwmtiftw COR 9th and MAIN KY m HOPKINSVILLK ESTABLISHED IN 1852 hood The In size she was enormous on the scales the last time she stood beam tipped at 635 pounds SAMUEL HODGSON i Â¬ PA6G RICHARDS BUILDERS CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN Return of Prisoners to Spain Itisa peculiar thiugthntSpaiiiBh pris- Growqri The Louisville Poultry Show The third annual exhibition of th Kentucky State Poultry Association will be heldjan 16 21 Mto udffca H Atodge Col upibus QW Russell Ottum- Indications jirttfor a rIdAva p fcJWwl i vn vy v WvDHU5WyWely ul 11 snaiaujj oners of war should be sent back to Spain in Spnuish transports paid by for the service our government Throughout tho war up to this time we have regarded Spanish vessels only Bhto HBobjectB for attack and havocaptur ed Ihoru wheUover found on the high seas Yet here we are paying tho owners oi opauiBii vessels money xor service and allowing them to enter Tf id if InilllH nrfa nrwlni nut irttiftvl r rt Jl li iui u uiuiu ih uu ruuuru umuvuui in stance thut is parallel to this There are somead vantages howovorj Ky is my solicitor WHITL0 of Hopkinsville iu doaliug with Spanish ships asido MR F from tho fuct that tho Spanish com pauy offorB tho cheapest rates for carr iug the prisoners to Spain Tho Unl ted Stages will bo relieved of all ro PnOVIlIBTOHS OF spousibilityfor thoSpiinlshsoldiors as soon as tho tho prisoners are put on board forthon thoy will bo uuder t Spanish flag Otherwise wo should Toritiassce not bo relieved of responsibility for them until the prisoners vero safely Wc Solicit the Patronage of All Who Have Tobatco To Sell lundod iu Spuiu The effoot upon the people of Spuiu to Shippers Free ought to bo ueoful Thoy will carry onlightonmont to u nation that is kept iu igaoraucfi of the uirsr 4 mporjcr and Manufacturer of Marble and Grranite Monuments RUNYON -- 1 TABLETS ETC Building Materials Of All Kinds LUMBER LIME AND CEMENT in our line KENDRIGK G erttral TbaccoNAarehpuse GtlftHUi Storne Qive us a call when you need anything 4Ji1i JAGG m Cash iS Aflvancea Mjle if- - on Cnsignmontfi rt RICHARDS nnyoimr i KY val j - 7 mKmmmHMmmmMmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtm 4 IJ Y AL rfF rf Vf A iy rim uvX itfi BiNMiliWieAl MOONLIGHT V b - VI 4 - THE LAST BAY The CASES IN COURT KNIGHTS Procession of RECEPTION i tJ n VNj - h Teachers Institute Will Some Interesting Legal Items Great fed Hiss Halite Collins Entertains In Honor of Miss Marshall Miss Hallie Collins entertained at her home on South Virginia street last evening in honor of her guest Miss Jennie B Marshall of Cincin- Â¬ nati Ohio The pretty lawn was brilliantly lighted with Chinese lanterns and the evening was most pleasantly spent by all Refreshments were served con- Â¬ sisting of ices fruits etc Those who attended were Misses Jennie B Marshall Cincinnati Ella Griffin Kirkmansville OraOrten Clardy Maggie Orten Clardy Una Morefield Clarksville Mary Harrington Evansvillc Mary Anderson Lelia Wicks Ida Brumfield Tillie Moore Addie Brumfield Josic Diuguid Myrtle Diuguid Lizzie Schmidt Emma Schmidt iii X s n w Adjourn This Afternoon Caught on the Fly Lodge Members ia 4 yw ProfwWilHs j Lecture on Hental The Veach Case Settled The Work Picnic In Progress at fiercer park wjf House Case rWIII Case With Many1 Hundred Influences a Rare Treat Contest Insurance Visitors Last Night to j 4 S - K y l X tin in Prof WiUis lectured at theChris- tian church last night in accordÂ¬ y t ili iJJKJf ance with the announcement in yes Â¬ w I crowd heard him and he impressed most favorably all who were there The Institute entered upon its last day this morning and the pub Â¬ lished program was carried out The principal discussion of the morning was on United States His- Â¬ tory This was opened by Prof X W Guthrie and participated in by terdays Kentuckian A large nj Mii a i Calvin and Misses Nora Williamson and Minnie Ste- Â¬ venson At 11 oclock Mr L McCartney of the Hopkinsville Public Schools land here Suit Against an InsuranceCc discussed the subject of School with special refer- Â¬ Management In the case of Mary B Robinsons ence to graded schools executor against the North British The institute will close this after- Â¬ Mercantile Life Insurance Compa- Â¬ noon after finishing this program ny a transcript is being prepared lti5 a Roll Call b Music c and the case goes to the Court of Announcements Appeals also This suit grew out M an agement Govern- - of the failure of the insurance com- Â¬ 1 30 fSchooL merit of the School E M Mur pany to pay a S500 policy held on phey Miss- Effie G Wood a dwelling house near Howell sold Geo P Craner Miss Carrie to Mr P H Adcock and which Wood burned the company alleging that 220 Recess and Music 10 min- - they were not liable as the policy ftes had never been transferred 230 iNature Study J C Willis Given Until Nov loth 320 fRecess and Music 10 min- Â¬ Bud Tyler col who was charged utes a car 330 Lecture Child Study J C with throwing a rock into was tried window at Pembroke Wjllis before Judge Cansler and given 103 420 Miscellaneous Business Ad- Â¬ Under a days in the workhouse journment of committees the officer R L Moore TKejnceting has been a success- Â¬ special law The days exercises will Conclude of 50 for ar ful and profitable one throughout will get a reward an exhibition Prof Jas M An authenticated copy of the will of David McCaleb deceased is be Â¬ ing prepared by Circuit Clerk Star- Â¬ ling to be passed upon by the Court McCaleb died in Clai- Â¬ of Appeals borne county Missouri some months ago leaving a large estate He land in this county owned which the heirs have laid claim to His will was presented in the Coun- Â¬ ty Court here for probate but was refused An appeal to the Circuit Court was taken and the decmion of the lower court was reversed The matter now goes to the Court of Appeals In the meantime suit has been brought to recover the To day has been a gala day with the Knights and Daughters of Ta bor The State Grand Lodge is drawing near the close of its annu Â¬ Â¬ - al meeting and the climax of the re Â¬ union was a parade on a large scale which took place about noon Hundreds of the members march- Â¬ ed in full regalia and great crowds of visitors from surrounding towns ivere on hand About 930 oclock abig excur- Â¬ sion of several hundred arrived on the L C from Fulton Paducah and Hundreds of intermediate points colored people from the country around arc in town and they were reinforced by a large part of the colored population of the city The large gathering is massed in the commodious and accessible Mercer Park where there is plenty of room and seating capacity for several thousand It has been a great day for the Knights of Tabor and the meeting in this city will be a memorable one The program prepared by the lo- Â¬ cal members has been elaborate in its hospitality and the visitors will return to their homes with many happy memories of the splendid en- Â¬ tertainment given them The success of the affair is large- Â¬ ly due to the work and direction of Prof Peter Boyd and Janies Mer- Â¬ cer the presiding officers of the local lodge assisted by a number Messrs Lewis Dauey Wisconsin Ed Farrer Clarksville S W Buckner Jas Long Miller Clark Chas O Prowse Louis Guthrie Ed Law son John Ferguson Cavl Moore Ilhnoiswhose officers from captains down arconastrike for beinglcftat Storm Last Night Herman Ennis Chickamauga after starting to the Fairleigh Collins Anoternocturnalstorm with rainh front is a first cousin of Mr Geo Milo Collins Bob Morefield E Gary of this city His home is and lightnings occurred between Will Brumfield Henry Hurt at Springfield 111 and he has all mid night and daybreak last night The Prince of Wales is recover along been eager to get close to the IN HONOR OF MISS EVANS Spaniards Like the entire regi- ing from his crippled knee Mr and Mrs Warficld Enter- ment he was filled with indignation and disgust when the 5th was left tained Last Night lhen of behind Â¬ Â¬ Ijpw About HopkiWvUfe The people of Henderson re tf A Methodists Preachers Unsuc Â¬ ihg to up a fair with proapeets of success tt is propound cessful Attempt to hold it the week after the Owta Vicksburg Ky July 29 Rev boro fair and to arrange s6 as to rfct most of the attractions from her George Hardiman a well known Tf will taUf ermi tiukftinn i Methodist minister and his wife things in shape but the then at the parted under remarkable circum Â¬ stances A few months ago Rev head of it believe it can be done Hardiman being a widdtyer mar Â¬ Owensboro inquirer ried Mrs George Knopp a hand Â¬ Forbes Bro Will Build It some widow of forty with a daugh Â¬ The new board of school trustees ter of eighteen The couple lived at Allensville have selected the happily together until to day Rev Gussie Haddox lot Oil the Elkton Hardiman s stepdaughter had been road on which to erect a new pub Â¬ saying some harsh things about lic school building says the Pro Â¬ Deacon Thomas Evans a close gress They propose to construct friend of Rev Hardiman The lat a building there to cost 15G0 and ter went to his wife and mildly same will b ready for occupancy said Your daughter has been in September Forbes Brok of persecuting my friend and must Hopkinsville have the contract Juit ih Mrs Hardiman thereup on went to her desk and wrote The Clcn Shafter Apple We George Hardiman and wife We were shown this morning agree to forever disagree She some samples of apples grown by signed it and handed it to her hus- Â¬ Mr Jesse Giles near Howell band hd immediately affixed his that were the largest on record in name The two shook hands and this office One of them measured Rev Hardiman left to rctufti no 14 inches one way andl3 inches the more Mr M other F Crenshaw brought them in and in the absence Clcorge Garys Cousin of another name has christened Maj Jno C Cabaniss of tlie 5th big variety the Gen Shafter the -T t BEVARE OF THE VipDERSV gt v v arresting Tyler In Police Court Tom Ennis was lined 5 aud Mr A M Wallis has gone to St costs for obstructing the sidewalk LoUis on business with a corn popper Senatdr R C Crenshaw was in The Work House Case town this morning The case of W S Cavanah Mr A S White went to Crofton against J C Johnson to recover to day on business the position of work house keeper Â¬ Prof Roger Harrison has re- will go up for a hearing in the turned from a visit to Richmond Court of Appeals as soon as a transcript of same can be prepared Va Mr Jas M Howe is confined to VEACH CASE SETTLED his bed threatened with an attack PERSONAL GOSSIP of SK k fever Master Duke Pettit is visiting hisf cousins Chau and Divnel Duke Mr D G Wiley has returned from Dawson and is greatly im- Â¬ proved in health Mrs Mary P Thomas wentdown to Eddyyille last night to see her sonj Lewis who is quite sick Miss Florence Elgin who has been on a weeks visit to Dr Geo Lackeys family ol Pembroke has The L N 3 Pays Over About 6oo returned home Mr W T Williamson who has been in rather bad health for several weeks will go to Dawson Â¬ i a Springs to morrow morning to spend a few days f Mrs O W Waddill on jesterday afternoon from 4 to 7 oclock enter tained in honor of her sister Miss Willis of Hopkinsville who is here on a visit Madison ville Hustler it Mrs Joe McCarroll who has been visiting her sister Mrs N R Cromwell on First street returned fall to him home yesterday to Hopkinsville The damage case of C S Veach Nashville against the Louisville railroad was finally settled yes- Â¬ Veach had three fingers terday cut off and obtained judgment for 3000 The case was appealed two years aro and was finally af firmed All of the processes of law having been exhausted the compa Â¬ ny at last paid off the judgment in full with the accrued interest for two years and other costs running the total amount up to between 3 600 and 3700 The lawyers in the case were C H Bush and W R Howell and it is understood that attorneys get one half of the amou at Mr Veach received his money yesterday and left this morning on the train to He was take a trip somewhere attired in a new suit of clothes and carried a new grip He is a very poor man and the money is a windÂ¬ FIFTH AVENUE nOTEi 1 An officer supposed to be a re- Â¬ ffl LODIRVILLBi KY Kg charming guest Miss Jymal Evans cruiting officer arrived here to day M cfitiHotclint1ic wrii D 3l of Nashville who will return home from Chickamauga Electric ElevnU H He came for Si PikbCamfuem Mniuigt r 9j Monday the purpose of securing recruits I Music conversation and delight for the Tenth U S Cavalry col- Â¬ B ful refreshments were the feature ored He arrived at a most oppor- Â¬ of the evening tune time but we were unable to mi wi iiiiB Those present were iMiiam m learn what success he has attained this afternoon with Misses sb drill by the the Palatine Guards Jymal Evans Nashville Georgia Hargraves Nashville TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Lelia Hargraves Nashville Comictetl Dally Iy Bun Kiiwllns UmiUor Sallie Hargraves Nashville anil llroker HopklniivIHe Ky Lizzie Gaithcr Eloise Nelson Carnie Green Bertie Green OIiIchro Market PER YEAR I Opg Higt Closing Mesdames S A Edmunds 70X M H Nelson Cash Wheat 64 65 Sept Wheat 64 Messrs 64 65 64 Dec Wheat John Win free Dade Green 33 34 X 34 Sept Corn Boulware Tom Howell Alex 34 34 34tf Warner Thomas Tom Tandy Dec Corn 20 20 20 Sept Oats Perry Newman Muke Nelson 9 40- 9 45 Sept Pork 9 35 5 47 5 47 Still Taking Stock Sept Lard 5 42 5 42 5 42 5 37 Sept Ribs The appraisers are still at work taking an inventory of the Rich Â¬ calls 64 Sept wheat puts 63 ards Co stock and hope to com- Â¬ New York Stocks nnd Cotton 2 L H H Opg Higt I Closing plete it by the end of the week BP Hlr L J Mr R E Cooper the assignee 5 87 87 Aug Cotton 5 81 says it has not yet been ascertained 1 21 21 I 21 Am Tob I3ST 1 00 99X what the amount of the assets will Chicago Gas 1 00 1 06 1 06tf Q CB 06tf be As soon as the work is com- Â¬ 53 pleted the plans for reopening the 53 N 53X L 1 07 house will be formulated and made 1 07 07 Manhattan WU A pleasant reception was held last evening by Mr and Mrs W E Warfield Jr in honor of their All the blame Col Culver for the turn down Wants Colored Recruits m HI The Daily Kentuckian 400 fV v VW j I I Special t 2 r Mnn4 -- J Sugar Brought to the Asylum Car Wheat N H Carrico one of the best 525 Cars Corn known men in Graves county was 268 Cars Oats tried for lunacy and ordered sent 20000 Head to Hopkinsville asylum He was at Hogs KccolntH To morrow limited the Union depot under care of Sam 215 Cars Carrico and another gentleman Wheat 540 Cars from 2 to 4 oclock this afternoon Corn 310 Cars The unforunateman was barefooted Oats 15000 having refused to wear shoes and Hogs Hog Qturkit He had thrown his hat away Hogs To day 20000 laughed and danced like a happy 15000 boy while at the depot Paducah Hogs To morrow i 37X 138 Uhlcngo ltecelpts To day 1 38 p uhl i c Mens Tan Shoos 167 FOR THIS WEEK ll V Willow calf Vici kid hand sewed 500 shoes for - - 399 all silk iop hand sewed 500 shoes for 399 hand sewed 400 shoes for 299 350 Vici kid silk vesting lop Vici kid kid top Light Mixed i bM Not Expected to Live Henderson Gleaner Mr W H Everett received a Miss Mattie Duke has returned telegram message from Fairview home from Princeton acconipanied by her cousin Miss Maynie Pettit this morning stating that his who will be her guest for several nephew Mr John B Everett Jr was not expected to live through days the day Mr Everett at once went Mr Jas Brewer of Okahumpka to Fairview The young man has Florida will arrive in the city toÂ¬ been sick for nearly three weeks night on a visit to relatives Mr with typhoid fever butwas thought Brewer formerly liyed in Christian to be much better the first of the county but hds been away for week abXut 15 years or more jCj J Ice Cream Supper at Kelly Lost a FlheMtiie 1 The ladies of theChristian church A good tjuUc belonging to Mr at Kelly will give an ice cream en- Â¬ George Johnson ofBigRockTenn on Sat Â¬ tertainment at their dicfd at Quarlea Tributes livery urday night August churchA pleas 13 Btjible last night Mr Johnson was ant time is promised all who may haying his wheat haulecl to this attend city and when his team arrived the It nifties were taken to the stable Weather Forecasts soon evident that the animals was Louisville July 29 Showers and had been overheated and one of thunder storms to night Saturday ttm died in a few minutes The showers oifer ose was in such a bad coudi 30 head young cattle and line tk5tki morning that it had to be Mijk Cows for slj W W WXr -j- Rough Heavy Fairview Item The members of the Baptist church says the Review have 392 NewB 400 Names Wanted for Six 380 402 Triplets were born to the wives of Ike Coombs and Henry Reynolds on Grapevine last Monday night Fairview at the same hour and in the same Pembroke bouse The entire outlay is of the hand sewed 400 shoes for Vici kid silk vest top hand sewed 350 shoes for 299 for 299 Vici kid kid top hand sewed 350 shoes money to build a new parsonage on their lot The following members were appointed to act as building committee last Sunday Jno L Mosley P E Downer B D Ed dins and Thomas Woodson They hope to have the the house ready for occupancy by fall about raised the male persuasion and blessed with good health The mothers are do Â¬ ing well and as to the daddies it can be said they too are doing well Jackson Hustler Remember the flalne Place to get your fine Merchant Tailoring is by Fowright Pants made for 3 5 7 and Suits14 15 20 West 7th street opposite New Era office Dove Law Expires Next Monday August 1 is the day upon which the dove law ex Â¬ Broken Lots of Tian Slices at 150 2 and 250 T X A Sues the Town ol Cadiz Suit was filed in the Circuit Court yesterday by Hon Fenton Sims for Belle Roach colored against the town of Cadiz for 500 damages saya the Telephone The plaintiff alleges to have been thus damaged by reason of her premise being overflowed during a high rise in the blully some months ago and ualdovarflow jsaleged tohavebeen cautfMlbythe dam put across 1 gully oa firowa street by thriowh Xilllll FOR MEN pires and hunters arc already pre Â¬ paring to begin bagging hem beautiful EmeraJd and Saphjrc and Ruby ring set in a Tiffany setting Finder5 wilt be liberally rewarded if returned VVi LOSTA PETREEGO SIM A AHfc fH Lwi Bawtttjirer irrlV j iV k m Hi