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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w a AN Readjhe iaipcklaii i JtfrWek f Wia w - f to 1 jK I leiWlMilcs v m Mfe We Set The Pice J - HTVOLfT IOJjBl kOBKINSYILliE ST SAfjEDAY AFTERNOON JUlY 30 1898 PRIOE 2 GENTS u 9b A V 1 44lV c Ier - 1 FATAL FIRE PONCE WithotffT Shadow Resisfancc 5fc Five Lives Lost in a Sail Fran- - Is Ours Cisco Tenement nutraLstCfi of M- - WATER So Scarce Reached by Gen Several Other Occupants so Badl Hurt That They May Also Die WelcomedtfVaS Ricans 4 a Deliverer bv the Porto That Con J 5 jhS ritt Last Monday Significant Statement About Needing More Troops Washington July 30 Special The fol- Â¬ io wing report lias been received fron Gen Merritt by dispatch boat via HongKong San Francisco July 30 Spea ial Fire shortly after midnight destroyed a large frame tenement house and a number of lives wei e lost Those burned to death were KATE CONNELLY VVM WHITE FRANK KELLY J GEORGE HANSON S HOLMES Five others were badly injured and some of them may not recover CA spu ol Ponce fbffiland f Porto Rico via ofSt Thomas D WiL Theport of Ponce sur TT Commander n iAU rendered iavi ofth aiixilliary gunboat jDixie Wednesday There was no resistance and the Americans were AvejcomeufAgrtn entnusiasm major GMileVarnvel here Thursday V densers are Used Cabinet Holds Another Meet fhDOsing at daylight jvtbGen SOLD TO MR KITCHEN j July 25 Arrived- here to day aboiiihoon The health of my command is good She remainder of the fleet is four days in the rear All troops assigned me will prob Â¬ - Chiiia Qaviie - Mr E W HendeYsons House Wjll Be Moved Mr E W Henderson has sold u Mr John R Kitchen the house nowj occupied by him on South Main street Mr Kitchen has employed1 ably be needed t MERRITT One Will Be Raise- d- i X iU - The Maria Teresa all Right Â¬ a Nashville contractor to move the house to the Virginia street front ofi his own lot and the work will begin Monday morning The house will be moved chimneys and all under a guarantee not to injure it The dis tance will be a little more than two squares Mr Henderson has contracted1 A dispatch received irom AdWashington Juljr30r Spccial with Forbes Bro for the imme- Â¬ miral Sainpson this ffibrningat the Navy Department saying1 that the diate erection on hrs lot of a fine Wbrick veneered residence with all ywnwimodern improvements that will be an ornament to that fashionable residence portion of the city Mr gSrnstls Brigade and immediately suineu lor me town oi xonce imit miles jfsland with 50000 popula tion which taoitulated- that after- tas1 v noon l j fplTlie American troops are push Â¬ ing towards the mountains and will join Gen Henry with his bri- Â¬ gade at Guauica which has been captured by our troops 1A fight before the latter place on ffiuesd iy last was won by the fivmerican volunteers The Spani Falcds ambushed eight companies of he Sixth Massachusetts and Sixth Illinois Regiments but the enemy was repulsed and driven back j mile to a bridge Where the Span- Â¬ ish cavalry charged and were rout- Â¬ ed by our infantry Gen Garretson led the fight with the men from Illinois and Massa- Â¬ chusetts and the enemy retreated to Yauca leaving- four dead on the None afield and several wounded bf our men were killed and only The three slightly wounded wounded are - ing and Agrees Upon Terms G en v Washington July 30 Special Shafter telegraphs that the Seguranca Capt Gihon Barrett Private Knickerbocker Saratoga and Iroquois leave for Tampa to night The Miami and Mat-tewan will be unloaded next Have only for age aboard They were retained till near the last because they condense 13000 gallons of water each per day without winch the troops could not get along Washington July 30 Special The Cabinet met again at 1030 Senators Elkins and r Proctor consulted with the President before the meeting Elkins thinks the dispo- Â¬ sition of the Philippines should be deferred until the appointment of a peace commission He expects a great deal of quibbling by the Spanish Talk in official circles is more pointed that the administration wishes to hold the settlement of the Philippines in abeyance till more is known of conditions there The Cabinet adjourned at i oclock the terms having practically been agreed upon After a copy is sent to the French Ambassador they will be made public but not this afternoon I iv iff Hi im IiC ilMWi 1 - v iAIMl I imv V i and Mrs Henderson haveengaged rooms and board at Mrs Mary B Campbells pending thebuildmg operations The house will be rushed to competition with all dis patch Work will begin as soon as the present house is moved MRS MOAYONS MUSICALE Another Pleasant Affair Last Evening Mrs Max J Moayon gave a musicale at her home Jast night t that proved to be a veitypleasant affair Those present were ARMORED CRUISER INFANTA MARIA TERESA Mr and Mrs John Ireland Jr Tho Infanta Maria Torosa is bo much liko tho Vizoaya and Almiranta Mr and Mrs Br Brown Mrs J Oqnoudo tbufe it la unnecessary to dosoribo hor Like hor niHtor ships slio is a M Starling and Miss Lucy Star- Â¬ powarfal fighting maohino in proper hands She is ono of tho favorite vossoln ling Mrs F J BrownejfcMr and with tho Spanlah populace possibly beoauBeof her name Mrs B LowenteinJMfsS Jennie Winfree MissAUie Bottomly Miss Infanta Maria Teresa one of Cerverasjssels will be floated as soon Armstrong Messrs Aibrockett as a small leak can be located in the bow Her own pumps are being Wallace Jvelly HlijpR Bryan v used there being steam in one of her boilers Horace Condy Dr E ERussell 31 1 and Mr Atchinson of Louisville Refreshments were served Cubans Capture Town V- James Drummond Private H C Gary The Porto Ricans are glad the American troops are landed and say they are all Americans and will join our army The roads arc good for military purposes Our troops are healthy and Gen Miles says the campaign will be short and vigorous Gen Miles has issued the follow- Â¬ ing proclamation to the citizens ol Ponce and Porto Rico In the prosecution of the war against Spain by the people of the United States in the cause of liber- Â¬ ty justice and humanity its mili- Â¬ tary forces have come to occupy the Thcv come island of Porto Kico bearing the banners of freedom in- Â¬ spired by a noble purpose to seek the enemies of our government and of yours and destroy or capture all They bring in armed resistance you the fostering arms of a free people whose greatest power is f MJ 1 4 V4 m ju if Mason Backs the President Opposed to Holding Anything Madison 111 July 30 Mason of Illinois saidr Special rs H - In a speech last night Senator The United States should retain no conquered territory and exact no cash indemnity We should not profess to the world that we aie jood Samaritans if we carry a bag on our backs wherein to deposit the profits of our holy calling m r u- ft Heavy Mortality at Camp Alger Coppinger Will Go to Porto Rico Special Sixteen deaths from typhoid fever Washington July 30 in six days at Camp Alger and the men are almost in a have occurred v panic Secretary Alger this morning telegraphed Gen Coppinger permission tj join the Porto Rican army with such forces as he may select Three transports are on their way to Tampa - a if - Ml Church Hill farmers havesold toE SpeciaL- - On Wednesday the Nashville took B Moss a small tract ofU and h Key Vet Julv go- possession Of Qjbara without firing a shot Two schooners m the hav- - ingon Little River not far from Â¬ bor were sent to Key West as prizer The Spanish garrisoi evacuated Church Hill and the deedjjwas reyesterday tractf con The corded Alter xonning ii T ut spaniaras 1 7 C r n Small Land AB Dealc Coffeyjyoiing and F D inu iownvucsuayi leaving ii hi possession oiiie uuujis 4 tvz tains eighteen acres l ThSconsid- WQ 2 CvNAnrAH ll Ty-yllV-i- lrV lioii - - Fnvnr fL V i f T V -- New orlcul commercial interest of the cjty has adopted a resolution requesting the the President to retail all territory occupied by American troops Hr Barker Very Sick Kaivs comes from KcnncdiKtliat jailtm Halrfioor fhft Mr Chiles T Barker is veryJUl at fc r AAVJAIIJ tiis home at that place JtBiealtli they brihgprotection Board of DqcIjs representing haft been very poor for aXyear or - i J-- i -i 1 Pvlk lK J U eration was 5 00 cash r - klniirfl fc 1 justice and humanity to all living Hence they re within their fold lease you from yourformer political relations and it is hoped this will be followed by your cheerful accep- Â¬ tance of the government of the United States The chief object of the America military forces will be to overthrow the armed authority of Spain and give the people of yourv t beautiful isiano ineuargesu ipeasuru vi uuci ty consistent with this military ocThey have not come to cupation make varon the people of the country vho for centuries have been oppressed but on the contrary Â¬ Over 4 Are Still Sick The Situation Slightly Improved Geii Shafter telegraphs the tan- Special Washington July 30 itiry conditions at Santiago on the 2Hh wM Total sick 4274 Sick with fever 3400 NevBicases of fever since 1 t7 yesterday 6 Cases of fever restored to dutyc170 One death occurred Private McGoldricic of the First Infantry of asthma A dispatch just received says Capt Dodge of the 24th Infantryjyias died of yellow fever nce Shaffers report was sent more put m cunuuiuu grown very serious No ijyici sP5f -- COLORED OFFERS Naerly all of the business men Special Seattle Wash f July 30 of thjft city lave signeda message to the President asking him to hold tj the Phlffppihes t Further Use For tfiem Tlie Knijits of Tabor Adjourned LaltWlght New York July 30 Sr LVWi4linppahtaJj ff The foljowing ir a list of the liners St JaulAJ3t Louisarvard Grand Oificersvelectpd for the en- and YaltiJllJgpon be returned to suing years rowing crime Thorhi Still Game t will die next Monday at tle stcamsbip company owning Thorn G M A M Bow A QGueen Sing Sing NV July 30 Aiout tliem before tliewar J 00n V wjt- man CGP W IL Bell V G M th brayed waitfodjth ever r Mrs Battle Half V GiBrDw W nfed by the priaBcrs here i - Wenthr Forecasts Rapid Increase of Population tIIs Kttlgq CHlSi L AjH ICyans TJSftpf MWWmwn th Mademncd Louisville JulyM rShoweViind t Thc infant industry ofglTopkins- - GC RfJ H Taylor CrGTl Mrs mU IK fto brii thinider toriJMfe flight-1 Sndjiy yijlc iR nourishing rjirn jt never Sv IaiiltlV G Q M Mr8 -- Itis Special reported that the American MnrA Nawc Uivrv Mvnu Frnm Manila Â¬ iv MBpP ntwiiiiM a in A L MamJriJjiUj Sailor Killed y a Shells showers iMiUlat nif the bodvterriblr Arection W tlitlttrjKt itjMl Kar r WMfctlni term U thl aarae in4 of liy30ajfamSpecajir KfOre BUmftrck Worse i I ba present rate At the l ftmlt iiBUillfe w A flourished before adhere seem to ritfular epidemic oubabiipj r r - U - third clBM ri soon ue iin the iH i J ot multiplying - ir 51 I - transmission The Ger- inan cruiscrC5rniqrant ias returnedHp Manila Bay reports that G6trge Archer Stewardon the collier Cyrus was killed by the explosion pf a Nannie j White C CT P Ma Spapish hc11 taken Juyfrouvcnir frqm the Cayite arsenal Three KatieLewia OOr O T Vaughn others were injujji ffi t 6 QG f jS jtary h mtrfslng and he ia believed to iThriext Or anil Lodge meeting hi m III isv i uM I hjiit full on ti r 1 wUlbCheldatPadUcah - m- M - immmmmtJ i t v lJ - sdSpccialr pelayed ti l Lajfaraqr ti t V t j i 1 s J ivi A VU liAr S9l Bjjm6jtMitBUttMUitiiAiMtmMMi0lMIUf1 iiUWdiiMAlhii4MMl jisawfl r ff JIr sKsaamaessimmM im ii mi iiinii v -- lui ivmmmmixYtomiimtAivm 3BBn3rvSSBTBBB y i foe ia Publahcd otcry cvcnta OXA atl2 fUntuckiaii j rfefclsvMhr Pr4ce fWkefi J Cash prices puid by HopkjiwWlk juerchdnks t tUAiKieii 1 21 Th k BZexxtUoklwCf 1 Year except Sunday by DcllTtreil u Carriers to all part of the city at 8koUlder8v4 And the New rtaUiw8ewiaffttaiKli4 M KXA9KAX SIS S Xla iK lo OBinrn rm wins i xnwoiinTioir Ptn MiS4tw mr Pbr 8 Montis Atmumoe m Apvanoij 100 Pkk Year w ADrAtfcs n xatml i p - week i i io 0O t Sides J Lard r Ml 6 i vrf itfj f J2 gifa OF IIILE MADE vtvli ii thktMt 3W The July statements of the banks Suite DEMOCRATIC TICKET i 4 KgB t just published of Chattanooga at New feathers i 1 j328e Mdfly mmi at 6 per cent of 388240977 show total deposits TyOR CONGRESS on first class real estate for as compared with 222Q024 at Be8WHX biiMiwWiki for tbe HI2NRY D ALLEN hv state- Â¬ a term of 5 years Tallow lent mow j r the time of the corresponding pMuttfiutf OF UNION COUNTY j -- if22JI GiiiBoncr por lb Urd ments last year a gain of 920209 We have for aio eotuq of tho boa 8e 4 Money 53 or about 32 per cent It is esti- Â¬ in the city ftild ou terms Bismarcfc is much improved and 266 bdildiug lots Tub wnshed Wki mated that there has been spent in purciiHsere Prices ranging to suit Lvrht runsing noiseW is nowSablc to sit up ii v- - 1318e from 20 to 3000 Thoy are located that city by the volunteer army at Greaeed simple durable ChickamaUga park and by the gov Poultry in nearly ovfery psrt of the city We Thejordcr sending Lieut Desha 1500000 L Y chickens livo pfr dozt G0180 also have for sale farms in this and supplies to Santiago has been ernment for Breckenridge since the Hispano American war I Boosters jf adjoining counties These farms aro rev OKCU began owned by parties who wiah to sell Jrain v r Adulp The British steamship 53 Below ia a partial list of them biishil 1 h Clover per A BOKMachkia for for 21 captured by the Marbleheadj has Col J G Craddock writing in the uc A Find Farm near Kennedy Coru huu ireigu prepaiu Paris Kentuckian Citizen says been held to be a lawful prize 67c Wheat jt The 1812 war and the Mexican i C0o fVell improved good land well wa Corn shelled CaRlvmust aeoowpsiy Bl A Nebraska man with nine wives war rosters although printed by terbd and timbered 180 acres orders stock has been caught on the fly while the State at a cost of 2500 and Livo Price 5400 1 Hogs trying to make a home run with sent to every county clerk have BKUlICATlOaitS Xfhcel to keep drAa from gctMng oa whejl A Farm of 350 acres on Butler S2B030O AttacUD cnls Are the famous Joknsons iet Sheep number nine disappeared from most of thes offices Ave and rtnc half Inches lilgH In a tin borjind TheIIeod--t- 8 conslaH of milk Road ratler S25Q350 Cattle ind eight and one half Inches long Inside fourlicmmora binder qlertckr hemmer fdot Will not our exchanges callatten measurement Thialsaa jilgh ns any family and fellor under braider and sheerer oil oit G W Reeves of Ballard Calves -- crow Mr 300325 Two thirds in fine tiiSbergbod im machine inada And rmust tint le confounded and oil two drivers six bobblnspapor tion to this and state its aVheavy with medium sd called hlgh arm ina county has accepted the Populist fine on clerks to allow them to dis- Â¬ Lambs Sl00425 provements well watered 8 mile ehlneatlio Tho beadjdate ktjlntoor level with of needles thumb Borevr KOflgo and book of tho able from the city Big bargain The Furniture la well made hlahly pol Â¬ nomination for Congress in the appear Hides and Furs A flat on ished and cepatjt in appearaaee All these Price 900 -one aide and cannolieBetlwrong First district sent out with oar furniture machines will t Green hides 67c The3huttie Iapc1 o iue end- oyllrider uiiless walnut is specified Bach maoulno hag to thodrawers The Cabinet is pretty evenly nleo nlekel Green salted hides 7c Farm of 106 acres onButler Road jhape and absolutely alleJMHreadlng fltted and a lookdrop rings to all and cover All maohlnos Plato TheBcarlnga Are drawers steel well The Pacific cable will soon con- Â¬ divided on the question of holding Dry flint are well packed ad crated and one half mileB from the adjustable inlJc Three i nect the United States with Hawaii the Philippines as conquered terri- Â¬ Self threading city well improved good orchard Ing and no holp toThe niaehlnols selfthrojgh KRAD OD aUAKANTKK Vegotablea pnt the thread thred the Philippines and China It will tory Those favoringtheir retention except the eye of the needle tud never failing water Th New Mathews Maehlno is warranted 10 75c New potatoes per busliel The FecdM positive In action and has no years from date of purchase and thirty days J 10000000 to complete the are Bliss Alger Wilson and per- Â¬ cost Price 750 prlngs togctnut oforder trial of It Ifperfcat and entire satisfaction Cabliage per head AutouiatlQ- Bobbin Winder Will wind tho IsnotKlventhemaeblnemaybe work reshlpped to A farm of 20 acres on same road oobbin m as on haps Griggs The President and tousatourexpenso and nmthdouble a spool of thread money paid us Watermelons TheStItchl lock stitch Tho same will be refunded jroraptlj- -tlu miles from the city well improvftV f A good pojjltry or bn both pldes and will hot ravel Carl Anderson a seaman on the Day are in favor of relinquishing bo market Under this guarantee you run no or thirty Florida ily 2B35c ed farm in good neighborhood gar lengthened the shortened from eight toCan ever in purchasing the New Mathewsrisk what Â¬ by the ex- Â¬ all but a coaling station i Brooklyn was killed Rtitchcs to inch den Machine ou have thirty days trial of It In your own TheTenslon Is a flat spring tension ahd ad Fbur Retail plosion of a Spanish shell upon 1 home and if for any reaaon you should wish justabloto all eixai of thread Price 400 to CLIPPED AND COMPILED HandVJieel Is nlctle plated and has It may ee shipped to us which he was hammering in an ef-Â¬ 42b Farm of 75 acres on Greenville loose wheel attached to operate bobbinwlndera at return thcmachlne the money will be relatent per bbl our expense and funded without running machine v W 75 fort to separate the shell and car- Â¬ Standard per bbl ThoMovement Is tho celebrated eccentric All communications Road movements positlvein Action and fewer work Mathews Machine should regarding theto Now fac- Â¬ tridge Richmond is to havea cigar be addressed Ha-yr mp pans man any macniuo on tho market Six miles from the city The Tery yv j he Stand--H- as laice balance whppl hnmra tory I CHAS M MEACHAM Clover per cwt ifh5c best place iu tho neighborhood Senator Deboe has come out in a on two adjustable centers The treadle Is large hangs in centers and ftlt lost Frankfort ice dealers have to pay l Good Timothy statement urging the Republicans VJ70c timber good water buildings orch- and be easily coneasters underoohendmotion canbetaKcnup and Hopkinsville Ky can moved A nice dress guard over j2c ard and in a fine state of repair Bran retail to endorse Populist Bud Reeves a license of 50 Price 650 for Congress in the First district Frankfort in two weeks paid14 Tomatoe- sDescription of the Improved New Mathews Machine and not run a candidate of their 161 on its floating debt A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 20c Fancy per doz fhjs machine is manufactured with the view of supplying a lonff folt own Mad dogs and mad cats have ltc Choice per doz jvant to wit A Modern Hgh arm first clnHs Sewing Machine with ajf Into acres near Elmo improvements and created a scare in Barren county Green Corp-r- Sfe Harold M Sewall the present Twenty acres of timber tlie remain thebeat and latest of first class material and good workmanship including Attach nienta at a reasonable price A book of inatruc Â¬ Minister to the Hawaiian Islands ing There is talk of building an elecAll cultivation Fancy doz ears ffl 0c the in high stateinof good condition lions necompanies every machine bnildinga is likely to be the Governor of the tric railway between Eminence and v8c Choice doz ears v Iu making ypur remittance we profetmostoffice inonoy order registered splendid neighborhood j Ki is a son of the New Castle He new Territory ettor express money otdes or Now York-- Exchange Individual bhecks un- Price l 2200 load norfifio1 in nnll nnt- ln ICUUIVUU The Carter Court Martiafr recent Democratic candidate for Vina McDowel a negro woman u uii kuj lliuui U0 Vice President is the mother of In the excitement and bustlelcuus 100 acres 5 Miles From City oh at Shelbyville i mi mi mm i mill j inn ill ed by the war the court- - martial of thirty two children Russellvilie Pike SAM BOYD I --I The Senators who mustratifyany fi P TDRNEY John Walden an old citizen of Capt Oberlin N Carter of tha engi Well improved 15 acres of timber of by treaty made by the President are Harrodsburg dropped dead in Per ueer corps has been lost sight near church and school as a rule in favor of driving a hard ryville Heart trouble was the the public although his friends nnd w Pfice 100 they are numerous and influential arti bargain with Spain Most of them cause 136 acres on Ducker AIHIj road who have been interviewed declare exerting every possible effort to per A big flow of oil was struck at a auade the president and the secretary RK noma nf lnftnm innrl O rrwri should be that the Philippines also of 100 feet in Allen county of war toinitigate his sontenee which houses 2 bams well watered 15 acree taken from Spain to be retained or depth just across the Simpson county is supposed to be dismissal from the iimuer disposed of as Congress may direct 1 line Price 1100 aeivice in disgrace The papers are 500 cash balance in one and 2 is the name of a new now in the hands of Secretary Alger Prince de Lenoir de Reina of Martindale years at 6 per cent The best farm Wellback wants to marry some post office just established in Han- Â¬ for review but be has had no time in tho neighborhood Squire W T Martin thus far to examine them The judge woman with 1000000 to give hjm cock county Besides these we have other farms advocate general has gone through for sale and will take pleasure in for a royal title He is 62 and is named a postmaster P BOVDTURNEYv Proprietors An unknown man was found dead the case with groat care and has re showing any of them to parties wish wants a partner suitable to his ad- Â¬ to buy Surveys Plots and Ab vanced age Three New York on the river bank near Wickliffe commended the approval of the ver- ing of title furnished ajl piirchus ultlrafiti plensure resort the oldest in Western Kentueky widows are trying to raise the with a pistol wound in his breast dict of the court which was guilty stracts ers Now is the time to buy reaj is to have been mur- Â¬ on all specifications He is supposed eituateojptlioOhio Vol II Joy bruocliof tho Illinois Ceutrai raflroacl 10 money estate dered Capt Carter was considered one of miles fromtHopTunsvillo and H miles from rriubeton Threo tracts of coal lands two The threatened bombardment of John Henry Bell a negro wanted the most brilliant men in the army of the mines partially developed f Cartagena Columbia by Italian in Illinois on several charges of His record for scholarship and deport Vein of coal 5 feet thick fineet qiml of a claim warships is on account housebreaking escaped jail at Pa ment at West Point was hicrher than ity One tract contains 000 acres of 125000 alleged to be due to Sig ducah A reward of 25 has been that of any other graduate of that in one 175 acres one 05 acres All nor Cerruti an Italian subject Hotel ccomtaodatioTis Onsurpasadv Btitution No man in the army had within J tfiilo Illinois Central It K offered for him VTill sell at bargains and on enBy Tuematter is being pressed cot by moro friends and admirers or posses Sulphur and Chalybeate Water in Abundance Six trains daily aud Mayor S E Booth of Lawrence terms Hero are fortunes for the Cerruti himself but by some of his to resign to accept a 90 sed the confidence of his superiors to right men Reduced Rates First Class Italiau Band Employed for the reason creditors The trouble will be set- Â¬ burg is per month job under the Prison a higher degree Nevertheless after a Â¬ Forj9a1o orexxjhangoa good pay tled by diplomacy without a bomvVrite Commissioners at the Frankfort trial that lasted nearly three months ing liotol at the famous Dawson Rates bardment Capt Carter haB been found guilty of Springs Will sell at a bargain or penitentiary defrauding the government of mil- Â¬ exchange for improved farming land The Houston vi lie fair ofiers a lions of dollars during The Cincinnati Enquirer com the last ten or well located menta on the fact shown by govern- Â¬ prize of 10 for the prettiest baby twelve years in conspiracy with con For sale a good first claes board ment figures that the consumption and a premium of 5 for the ugliest tractors who have been engaged un ing house at Daweon Sprince Will The association is evidently of whisky has decreased one third man dor his direction on the improvement eirpri easy terms or exchange for iTOOd1 notiH in five years and says the bicycle trying to incite a riot Tho mvnftrH ImHinPfls of rivers and harbors iu the southitlf cdmpels him to reside eleewhore has helped to do it Hard times BASEBALL w pUuuiiiBn iuu uut uouu uvor tlO ncro ranch well improved near has had more to do with it than bi BDauowea oy the preparation for war SPECIAL San JJiego Ual Will exchange for cycles The use of a great many the caBe would have made a national proporry in Christian county Ky things that cost money has fallen RESULTS OF YESTERDAYS GAMES scandal for it is one of the most a off of 1 ate years notable that has over occurred iu the Louisville 8 New York 12 TTiuiuiu iuuiuauu Agu history of the army and has not only 6 Brooklyn 5 Cincinnati shown shocking state of corruption tS1 Office Webber Street The Fifth Illinois regiment whose Piladelpljia 1 Pittsburg 3 iu the engineer corps but has dis bWm moving orders were revoked is still Cleveland i 3 Baltimore HopkinsvillejCy closed facilities by which the govern considerably demoralized but every Chicago 8 Washington 3 iheiit may bo robbed without the effort is being made to get it back HOW THEY STAND alighteBt danger of exposure Capt On Wine Beers and Ales in the war tax will not afinfo shapq The large number of v Won Lost PC Carters crime might have remained Clubs to return to camp men who failed fect- our paeons in tlie prices that G we are selling at 60 29 674 concealed forever but for accidental when the regiment was ordered Cincinnati Ml the really good judges of whiskey standi by the 30 55 648 discoveries by hia succeaaor and the back are being gathered in as rap Boston 53 32 623 confession of hia confidential clerk It idly as possible The majority of Cleveland 59T ia not considered probajjlo that with 49 33 the missing men are in Chattanoo- Â¬ Baltimore iFPpp 48 40 545 the evjdeuco before him the president Chicago n ga 45 40 529 wU mitigate the eoatenco and it ia TIME TABLE New York Wtf 43 45 Shaffers troops are to be moved Pittsburg 5U expected that congress atite next bob ESflTectivo S5- Thats the advantage of being Jcnown as tiafoest None from Cuba to Long Island as soon Philadelphia 42 40 438 sfyn will umond the stututea govern Horn No sea mam Carry as large a stock of fine nntm old ines JjBE whiakib 50 as iney can wnn auiety uu iruuB Brooklyn 33 397 ing rjjorand harbor improvements so LyJiopklnsvnio AoAw dally daily ft 4oHy fsrred The fact that one fifth 6i Washington daily brandies cigars arid tofoccd as tho RoW Liauor Co 365 as to make a repetition of his effonsu 54 31c V OvHopkluBvllle 660am awpiR 4 90 pin wllinh MlAv iiivn oo11i fheni are dpwn withVfevers has Louis ville f t 32 363 injpoflfliblo ArlPrliweton 80Sam acipw o Wnm j v uyAXii ttl pUUViO JUiUUUB AnHeiidm Bon 7otBm 65 aroused the administratjoti to the St Louis 269 24 ArfvaHsvljl aoafiira When the flock is t be culled ArLowlavlle iooopbi necessity of doing something The ftr ArJducah lteoam Kiopm the nnr ArMAmpJiii it Is a good pmn to op President now realizes hitfynistakc Mi8nn 8i8ii SCHEDULE JPQR T0 DYj ArlVOrean89ftin ftipm Was oktbe ooiiltrvhouae and the se Arllepklnsvlilo not putting a little enej gy iqto Newark at Itiisville Nftll0 Ne5w in V 1 i AMmv dally Aeoin i LV ac- Â¬ the campaign last spring The icciiou buc Jirunr arnong iiioie LvjCvatiaviUd dJy WashttfjofitCfhagn ymch cqite out lat We Jlmye urneaacrijon tual var in Cuba from the landing Brooklyji atCincriiiatj i ai rtMpm CM am n F untjl Spain sued for peace coypred r lluJlfcUtBYIIK npnerd that the bet hensS afe Lvrrlneoton PhlladelpMf PJttaburg 8qm lMiil Ittpn yp j V j jraiuuauy hia thramfUhairwuaHailMii lew than a month and the war fcWi- f to KV 04 M tv tjft9nesjthat tfpm dutiearlj and errowIrUioatOH i plU 7i could have been fought to a Upjfsh 1 Of i vllle Hv t dwp itiat air1 wall iafcfc Mrv- - r HlsVfAiXntUitpjAlTAiUmt rrj- Tt hit si im hoitt t Ititfffl rf V--i-- Cntry 4h Produee t4 sBtfl sjg jjrac t II IU wot a Trip INI II AQENTi Modern fOR ONLYr HB urn SMit Irtie t ci ilGTS JHIHH 1 liWAlp -- i J2o -- 325 i TheNcodle-rB8traiglitrrBplf-a- ollig - s3Bc - Â¬ Â¬ J S Â¬ iT Jf - Â¬ -- - ---- - 1 1 ii nl n - mi CERULEA- NSPRINGS COUNTY KYiyvu NOW OPEN For - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iifry foe Mt 53 RAILY Bf Roy aT Liquor Co nA m K Xoc A A 97 - N ff 4 - Tv iJfr l lw lJr - - WXTi J W t MASEi HtiVXiiMi iEWa -- r JkJfctvi M mPW S7Vla f w if1U tlLI l IJ33 Miri iitm WMJ T G iTPPs - o HWHBBP SMB iiJiimiiiriiaUwiWiHhlii im r fHpu v in UMMHMM nWtdfcWdui ami dm Mi WAS MISREPRESENTED EQUIPPING THE ARMY HULK anil An Exrt at It Mated Money Packers wore engaged in sorting out arnica for their use and fitting the pnok furniture Most of the mules svero fitted with IheHexienn aparcjo whidh is preferred to the saddle with tree find Snvsrbuck It consists first of two or more ttuck felt blankets folded Inrgo enough to nearly cover the mulo from shoul- Â¬ der to rumn Over this is nkced a lingo pair of leather hags united by a DioQtt banu oi tne same maionni iqc javities stuffed with soft hay This is girthed to the mule by a cipch nearly a foot in width which s drawn as tightly as possible by a strong man pulling with both hands ftn6V with a foot against the animals ribs to giyo him U greater purchase On each side of the spine the articles lo bo carried arc placed and lashed by i rope about CO feet in length which has at one end a broad webbing holt to pass- under the belly as was done Another squeez- Â¬ With the others ing is given and the rope is crossed In different directions dver the load tightened at every crossing and final- Â¬ ly fastened in a lenbt loosed by one pulled Packing is a science and afl such sommands good wages I havo known i chief packer to be paid a salary of 9150 per month on the frontier and Ms services wore worth the money paid The duty is taught to cavalry- Â¬ men as part of their drill and many of the soldiers become very expert at it t a pack drill of the Ninth cavalry a Cow days hefore it left Montana one company packed its mule in one min ute and fifty four seconds and others voro hut little slower Thirty mules generally constitute a train and are managed by three men They are trained to follow a bell worn hy a horso white preferred being more readily seen They are not confined in any way except when first put into the train then any stray- Â¬ ing from it is punished very severely ind Mt Mule soon learns his place and mat it is hest to keep it jEaeh man with a train carries a diamond shaped leather blind with leather cords attached to the ends and knotted together If a back becomes disarranged two of the men lead the oiulc out of the trail blindfold him sviith this blind rearrange his load remove the leather and allow him to rejoin his fellows He is never struck tvhen started and pack mules are Bos Â¬ never misused hy goodpackors ton Journal fackiwfc U a SplenCo - Culvf 3 Defended At hjtou ii Waf peparltgeat CASH ONLY CulWr ieer tegimedFtjJJcamauja vopqiiisjh W8fii i uofffcials ist Col jg volun J m Tf FPAI AP fit CASH ONLY M m ii HON tattoa Itis reported from Chlcka oiauga that because this regiment a turned back from the Porto Rican eatpUion many mdti had dcsagtlTthe hiorale of the regiment to secure active service had been Carnival of Summer Bargains WHICH INCLUDES Ladies Hats ladeendestfoyed andthe failure charged Up toftlie secret work of Col Culver to keep it from going to the front It is said at the depart Â¬ ment that as a mattendf fact the Colonel has done all in hispdver to maet the demands of the regiment ha been a in tliat respect of circumstances 6vci which victim he hadncohtrol fS After the Fifth Illinois had been Ordered to Porto Rico a delegation of tndiana people waited on the President and pointed to the fact that althougli there were three In- Mttiana regiments fully equipped and ready for service none had been ordered to the front It happened that oj xthrtijc Illinois regnnents availabetjvQ had been sent for- Â¬ ward in advance of the Fifth so felt obliged in the department orcler to avoid a charge of discrimi- nation to substitute one of the lntliaiui lUguncuLa jui Luis ym uvu- Â¬ lar IlHnqis rdgiment With this or derlCoir Culver had absolutely nothing to do and did not even kriqf tfiat it was in contemplation Childress Hafs Trimmed and Untrimmed Ribons laces Flowers Corsets G loves Silk V V l1 Hosiery Leather Belts Jeweled Belts In fact every- thing in Summer Goods goes in tliis sale to make room for Mitts sio butt MY MAMMOTH FALL CORSETS no ecjtial STOCK JEWELED BELTS 50c 75c 35c ones go at 25cts fi i HAi Vl W B Corset the best fit P D Corsets have This Sale Commence 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 I have a corset war Â¬ ranted not to break on hips I also have five MONDAY 250 300 125 40cts 50cts 75cts 175 225 f M Ul-- Xio L Leather Belts in all Colors 35c 4t 25cts 50c 40cts 75c and 100 at 50cts WAIST SETS Â¬ And Continues Until CHANGED THE GROOM Varlum et Hutabile Femina the Semper FANS 1 J and BIG-Hellenic art differs intone very im Chemises LADIES nortant resnect from that of other na- lions whether in ancient or modern times in that it was not long confined Big in G to any closo profession or privileged Colored Ribons class hut soon became the profession OF CARRY A of the whole Greek people It was the genuine product of that peculiar Greek naturo anJ temperament which only lecognizedthe good as tho beau Â¬ tiful and the beautiful as the good Aug 1st Remember which made no distinction between Aug 1st is for CASH ONLY Uio form and what it embodied be Â¬ p 7 tween beauty and truth and which Banish the Old Roosters was ever seeking for the most natural HH JDI There is no need of keeping and beautiful expression of suhlimo the malwbirdfin the poultry yard conceptions and tender emotions during thbalaticeV op the sum- Â¬ Born in Heaven reared amid tho fair- Â¬ by scenes of mer Noiore hatching will he estvivid sense earth and quickened art of beauty Hellenic a done tliis summer and the pre- Â¬ wa iu its earliest years th6 companion sence of the male will nptinany of poetry and the handmaid of redegree influence the production ligion It was at the same time nat Â¬ wr wt- - r HimrTfvmrmtu of egs The hens will be bene1 ural in the case of such a people as the IN fitej bj his expulsion If you Greeks and in the highest degree for tunate that their religious system wbb haveno use for him kill him and in the main the creation of their poets ij malce apotple of him If not in whom clearness of vision forceand suited forvthat kill him anyway brilliancy of imagination exquisite as a favor to the hens If he is Bense ot narmopy ana Deauty woro leading characteristics kept on hand to a later pefjodhe and especially Homer The poetsa v gave MRS mayJntrude himself into a coop definite and appropriate shape to of nice oung cockerels that are the powers which rule in exÂ¬ M imnorieWand Manufaciurerc r - being sent to market and dis- - ternal nature and in tho nu Â¬ km jS dum heart and expressed 4j r6tlc4 I watty whole outfit Tough operations as personal actstheir eternal Wl and ovent 6Tdoostcrs Should npt be fulhistories Poetry and religion com i allowcfdto get into such company bined to create a new world of gods butowingto at curious kind of and hproes from Which plastic art do- bHdnessonthe pavt of vlho own- - cived its insnirqtion its types and ei9itney are contuuiauy doing it models and by endowing them with a ffopdvay to prevent this is to visible tangible form gave tho de feel expression to killthcold roosters when you are sired common to thethoughts and race whole Greek inga i that thoy can be of no f ur- - The- insight and the skill with which sirc theriseryice toyou and bury Greek artists embodied tho conceptlidnt deep in the manure heap if you can find no hotter use for tions of tho poets are abundantly attested by tho fact that tho outlines i them They will always be of tho types which they drew in that MR F M WHITLOW of Hopkinsville Ky is my solicitor wjorti inpre money to you there early ago have not even yet been ob- r than jna coop of good lnarket literated by th wear of centuries RUNYON pqHli phe Poetry Mcsscnr from the imaginations anil the horaris of nton Architect Gazette I pretty Miss Lizzie Page daughter t of Thomas Page the jailor pf Webster county changed her tiiindjat the eleventh hour and eloped with Jphti C Bjiileyj a son of Judge- - Jack Bailey of Dixon All arrangements had been made for the ceremony but Claude Severn was to have been the groom instead of Bailey Invitations had been sent out fprUhe fweddipg which was to have occurred at the brides home Thursday but young Bailey aformer sweetheart of the young lady appeared upbn the scene and after long and passionate pleading she consented and together they appeared for a marriage license which was refused on account of the young lady not being of legal age Her father was appealed to for an drder tothe clerk to grant the license but he refused and an elopement to Shawneetown was planned and carried out to a suc- Â¬ cessful terminationjruesda 1 3 Off August 25th STRICTLY CASH 1 25c ones go at 20cts p Si KID GLOVES All TRIMMED HATS ON ALL UNTRIM100 go at - 85cts MED HATS and BONNETS 125 go at - 100 135 150 go at - 4 OFF 1 3 OFF i On all Waist Sets Off 15cts 19cts hXA HELLENIC ART DLOfers Muslin Underwear 1 1 3 OFF 1 3 OFF ON HOSIERY In Ladies Misses and Childrens ON ALL STAMPED in One Respect from That of Other Natlona 4 OFF on G 6wns LINENS rALL FLOWERS Â¬ Pants Light Skirts Out anz and ForCashOnly to 25th BARGAINS IN AND CHIL 20c 25c DRENS SILK MITTS 35c 50c FULL LINE BUTTER I ICKS PATTERNS 10c ones cut to 7cts 15c lOcts 25cts 35cts- - the dates to 25th and ForCashOnly Aug 1st to 25th m if- m k i COR 9th and MAIN KY m 1 HOPKINSVILLK m Â¬ i ESTABLISHED 1852 SAMUa fe -- HODGSON - QAGG plKriDS j b Â¬ Mm blQnd Griajiite SJ- BUILDERS CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN i w - Â¬ oLXmcsyiLE tjesinsesjs KENDRICK IllOtWETOUS OP i TABaLETS ETC M cJalltiie xi t s I Building Materialsu u Â¬ Of All Kinds LIME AND CEMENT k ijj ii i - Contrary to the usual opinion there tfc but fw breeds of fowls Patriot No 1 cQuldnfc land- no 4hat pay better aaaardincr to cost conslar pointment Adminatra thwiiitoeapft PSflt8h of the tions decided not tosend no repsonbrQad unless can spaek - 3 - Qualifications 9 LUMBER Getittfal Tc3baccoWaehQTase QlarVc uUte V no tfive U they Teuu H laMuttyrltaLthfc purchase te waanglishtliat MUtlUlW f Fs iriitdiip6n FraH We Solicit the Patronage of All Who IfflVcfobaccoTo Sell 3ujr ft Glyc njSi call when yoif need anything in our line y Mljwf ifi be uWd W field Ua ttt - 1 n UtUUIi The Bank oi A 0aKfcAkfa Oah i Free Storifc to UIplcri AdvanjeM Mjiil on Gorisiigiimfntfi - JGGAflCHARDS i - it I erected on tbprqprty iiifmnftuT rv y 1 m vue imuBtyf jjMgw n fr ft wr i i Jl i L j - lS- - r MTuwiiijM i jfmMm A uitimmUMiwmi ti m J J m XI a ft i iM ill I 11 -- liiiin n Mta fin i M RESOLUTIONS EARLY RESPONSES To the Battleship -- W1YES AND CHILDREN JLVsF TO DAY MARKET KCKWT Mr Ken HawHtw Corrected Dnly JWKor m ill Hi 5c Ofcl j i k3 JL X JLy JL u Adopted by the Ceunty Teach Appeal Are 01 Spanish Sobers to Home Free b ers Institute The Institute Adjourned Last Eve- Â¬ ning After a Successful Meeting The Teachers Institute adjourning Friday eveningbefore DecJWlieit 64 t if 33 Sept Corn Aurther Circular Letter Sent Out To the Number of Seven Hundred ir 33 Dec Corn I andFlftvFromthcToWnof By the Committee to Sept Oats 20X Sept Pork MO rianzanillo the Mayors Sept Lard 5 50 - HH Wanted Cash Wheat Mfct rii- Higt IS - Closing 60 V 1 Sdnifwheal 64 m 34 21 64 tf tim - A sl N MH 4i - W -- W W da VJ7 W 81 ijF - Mi m 1 it - WwWM The Battleship Committee having Santiago July 28 It is expiJcedtfiat adopt-- in charge the purchase by popular transmission Silver Service for all the Spanish prisoners of war 1 Opg jHigtjCbsing subscriptions of a ed these resolutions Cotton 5 84 5 84 15 5 84 Aug Resolved 1 That the teachers the Kentucky has addressed the will be embarked by August 1 2lxi I 21 1 2t American commander has Am Tob following letter to all Mayors in the The of this county endorse the citizens 99 99 authorized the Spanish officers who Chicago Gas 99jf ofHopkinsville in their efforts to State 1 06 Q 1 06 1 06 troops that came to C B commanded the secure the Southern Normal School Dear Sir 53 N 53 53 desire to call your attention to Santiago during the siege from L I and Business College 1 07 1 07 1 07 2 That we commend the act of the enclosed circular letter which I Manzanillo to send for their wives Manhattan 1 38tf 1 39 have caused to be largely distrib and families in order that they Sugar 1 38 State Supt Davidson by which he uted over the State I want to ask to Chicago KecclplnTtMlay prevented the schools of the city of you to use your influence with your may be able to take them back expense Wheal 179 Cars Louisville from using money that City Government to the end that Spain at the Governments r C 581 Cars V they may make a liberal contribu- Â¬ In all there are about 750 women Corn t rightly belongs to thepublicschools Wedesire to record in our and children Oafs 7 1 tf V 382 Cars i23 of the State at large and thereby tion pairs Misses an Chocolate and Oxblood souvenir book the record of a con- Â¬ The telegraph operator at Man Â¬ Hpgs 13000 Head increasing the per capita tribution from every important zanillo notified the authorities here V f 300 Head w Strap Sartdals Cattle 3 That we respectfully ask the town in the State Turn Sbies sizes jff to 8 v When you send Captain General Blanco at Kstlinatori JCeoelntn To morrotr to hold the in the contribution from your town that County Superintendent 2 C D and E to have jfou iI 175 Cars institute for the year 1899 in Sep- Â¬ we would be glad of yourtown write first refused to permit the delivery Wheat giv of messages sent by these officers to a brief statement Corn 540 Cars tember or October ingsuch advantages as it may seem their families but later under a Oats 365 Cars 4 That in order to increase our to possess This statement will be published protest from Gen Shafter the Cap Â¬ Hogs Â¬ v35000 enthusiasm and to create more inin the book along with your sub- Â¬ llog fliarkoti terest in the work we obligate our- Â¬ scription If the contributions will tain General allowed the messages to be delivered Hogs To day 13000 selves to attend the meeting of the permit we will make large distribu- Â¬ Hogs To morrow 35000 be val- Â¬ County Association during the pres tion of the book thus it will Goes Into Effect August 1 uable not onlv as a souvenir but Light 395 ent school year The law with reference to mixed Mixed as an advertisement to the towns 400 5 That since attending the who contribute flour goes into effect August 1 380 County Association the teacher Allow me to impress upon you the The penalties for its violation are Rough Heavy 407 must incur some expense otherwise importance of early action because quite severe Most of the mixed Ti J x ItahkHtiitcmont a we earnestly ask the committee does not care to make flours consist of wheat flour70 to 80 unnecessary fk rif ftany contract for silver service or Reserve Dec 1 107525 the County Superintendent to have the book until they have some per cent mixed with 20 tg 30 per 1 HOO fifin the associations held on Friday in Â¬ knowledge as regards the amount cent of corn flour but there are rnnna Inr- SpecieDecj l13d400 stead of Saturday ff they will be permitted to expend flours which are pure wheat flours Address all communications to Legiilslhc j 116700 6 That we endorse the admin- Â¬ but contain a small per cent of Deposits Inc 351300 istration of ourCounty Superintend- Â¬ me at Room 16 Board of Trade chemicals which aid the dough in Circulation Dec Yours truly 42400 ent Miss Katie McDaniel and that rising and makes a lighter bread Harry Weisinger Oloiimticen Total we hereby express our confidence Chairman Finance Committee These are also mixed flours and in her ability and purpose to ad- Â¬ Wheat and Flour Exp 722000 bus come under the law the same as the 4 minister affairs to the best interest PERSONAL GOSSIP flours made of corn and wheat as Commonwealth Case Continued of the schools of the county the law says mixed flours shall be 7 That we extend our thanks Mr H M Massie of Lafayette understood to mean the food pro-Â¬ The case of the Commonwealth Mr Geo W Smith charged to the people of Hopkinsville for the is here to day duct made from wheat mixed - or against with a breach of the peace was kindness shown the teachers during Col RrA Burnett of Cadiz is blended in whole or in partwith the week and especially to those of here to day on business any other grain or other material called before Judge Cansler this W GWUEELER morning and continued until Au- Â¬ the Methodist and Christian W H Faxon Mrs Annie Gunn of Cadiz is the or the manufactured product of any gust 6 on account of the absence churches for the use of their build Â¬ guest of friends in the city other grain or other materials than of some of the witnesses Mr ings and to all who in any way f Mr C B Holman of Trenton is wheat Smith and Mr Harvey Hayes had contributed to the success of our spending the day in the city S a difficulty a few days ago and A Fine Trap Institute Howell is j8 That we cannot express too Mr Lucien Cayce of The handsomest thing in the way Hayes swore out a warrant and Fobacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants Grain Dealers here on business to day of a vehicle can be seen at Foleys had Smith arretted He gave bond emphatically our appreciation of Fire Proof Warehouse con nossEtLvuTKAND MrH J Sharp was called to repository on Main street It is a or his appearance to answer the bts the excellent work done by Prof charge JWillis in instructing the in Â¬ Memphis yesterday on business trap made by F A Ames Co of JjC Hopkinsviiler - Ky- stitute and we have found in him Mrs Max J Moayon gave a four Owensboro Ky This trap with- Â¬ Almost a Tragedy notfonly a very superior instructor oclock tea yesterday evening in out a doubt is the finest job this Liberal Advanoo ou Ooneignmcnts All Tobacco ent us Covered by Insurance MiflsMary Morrow and her young-Â¬ butfalso a sympathetic friend of the honor of Mrs J Ellis of Nashville side of Louisville Many gecd er sister had a yery narrow escape humblest and most inexperienced Mrs C TV Ducker and children from death on the railroad crossing iteacher His presence with us has have returned from a visit of sev- Â¬ expressed their opinion by saying qt 4At beeh an inspiration and an upli- Â¬ eral weeks to relatives in Pitts that it is the finest job they ever near the intersection of the Walnut strqet and the Clarksville pike yes- fting force that will surely bear good field Ills saw Foley Co are not only on traps but lead In style terday evening fruit in every school in Christian Misses Badger and Turner two in yehicles of They were crossing the track as county Go see W O Gray all kinds pretty young ladies from Nashville the513 passenger train appeared Chairman them were in the city to day enroute to arouna tne curve Miss Morrow A Colored flusician Cobb to make a visit They were first tried to back off the track but Aged Eighty Four the guests of Mrs J T Wall A musical entertainment will be failed to make the horse respond Mrs Mary Knight one of the Mr and Mrs L F Dryfus Mrs given in the city August 8th for the and then decided to whip j4hlm oldest ladies in Christian county colored people The Henderson across wnicn sue uiu oy such a died at her home six miles north of Smith and daughter Carraine of arrived this af correspondent of the Major has this narrow margin that the engine Cleveland Miss the city yesterday afternoon after barely missed the hind wheels of oflthe y a long illness She was the widow ternoon from Dawgon to spend a notice Mf singer It was a very close Â¬ herbTiggy Â¬ Miss Louise Clay the renownfew days with Mrs Bowmans fam of the late Jas Knight who pre- Â¬ ed vocalist who is visiting in the calif l ceded her to the grave only three ily on South Virginia street city will entertain the people of Miss Jennie Center and niece Hopkinsville Monday evening Au Â¬ w months ago Mrs Knight was HERE AND THEREi eighty four years old and had been Miss Mollie Center of Hopkinsville gust 8th We need not say to our t how a consistent member of the Baptist are guests of P E Bacon and friends one well she sings but will say no should fail to hear her 30 head young cattle and fine family Mrs Alex Kenner and church for nearly three quarters of for once berd will demonstrate her Milk Cows for sale W W Ware a century The remains were in daughters Misses Alta and Brenda ability FA Ames Cos vehicles sell terred in the family burying of Hopkinsville were the guests of A Merited Promotion best where best known See Foley her sister Mrs Graves Wednes- Â¬ ground at 3 oclock this afternoon CO After a day and Thursday Mr Percy Kelly who has for the i Ladies real lisle fast black seamless hose double sole of two weeks Miss past three monthsbcen night watch Â¬ pleasant visit Gus Hite Has Escaped S Mi McCorraack has accpted a 1 high spliced heel extra durable Alberta Baker of Julian returned man here for the I C road has position with Petree Co assales The Clarksville Times savs an home yesterday accompanied by given a promotion as fireman on man officer of that city returning from Ladies super maco imported drop stitch hose Hermsdorf dye w 1 Miss Margaret Graves who will the same road with headquarters Nashville says that Gus Hite the The wife of Mr Fred CallaflMs imu mik unisn uouuie sole ana heel highest ex- remain for several weeks Trenton atPaduach Mr Kelly left this notorious train robber who was dangerously ill at her hoing on cdlcnce ih material and manufacture morning for the latter place to as- Â¬ Democrat Wfcst Nineteenth street serving a term of fifteen years in sume his new duties He is a verv Colored Lecturer the penitentiary had escaped and WANTED TO LOANSlOOO on Ladies beautiful imported lisle hose supreme quality young man and made many Rev J C Dean of Livermore clever was now at large lie managed to extra sliced heel double sore new style drop stitch OKj first class real estate security4 o get out ol the pen some time ago Kywho was interrupted at La friends during his stay here f to years Apply fayette the other night by Wm out nas not ueen recaptured Lieut Dades Illness Gfo F Campheij Attorney Ladies fast black and fast tan seamless hose Farreu is in tne city ana win lec- Â¬ Lieut Alex Dade who is ill in Ninth streetPresbytenan church ture to morrow afternoon at the New York is at his home on Death of Agent Corblns Child Long Hev W L Nourse pastor Preach- daughter of Mr U B Ff Hall on the subject Seven Island and under the personal ing morning and night Sabbath Mens fast black and fast tan fine gauge scamSJMcocki A Qorbijj ticket agent at Guthrie Reasons Why God Did Not Kill the care of his wife Bad reports of school at 930 a m Young PeO Rev Dean was lecturing died atCarbondale Tenn Thura- - Deyil ne 4 Ua rnrrn his condition continue to come He pies Society 717 pt m Mens fine muslin hemstitched handkerchiefs in gfent nth Ckn A Mr Corbin had gone to tlie Ull XUC VUiluaitJf ui liic xitytw took part in the battle of Santiago day He when Farrell insulted him I variety of beautiful pattern borders Services will bp held at Christian - yv latter lace wlthlihis family to act saysParrells arrest was by the and was shortly afterwards atÂ¬ cHtlrch to morrow morning at1045 as operator or ihe railroad compa Â¬ pastor of the church Rev Hill and tacked with a slow fever from which conducted by Jos Armistead The Another shipment of those splendid bleached yestfi 1 ny for 1 few datyjtfjand the child that he is only a witness against he has not yet not recovered for ladies with taped neclcand arms XXJLf Christian Endeavor meeting at 715 him and not a prosecutor Farrell was taken ill and died rather sud will be tried here August 13th pm will be the only servjceheld rq Childrens Party denry at night Sunday Scbqpat3j30 a Remember the flalne Lillie Gtinther Petree will have m Prayer meeting Died of Typhoid yer Wednesday x Place to get your fine Merchant a birthday party at the home of lija evening at 8 p m The regular apromi- - Tailoring--i-s by Fowright Panjs parents Monday afternopnr from 4 Mr John B ftvercttr JrJ CifMS nent young farmer of thrairview made for 3 5 7 and Suitsfil4 to fi oclock to celebraj tht fiftb pastpr n D Smith will resume Wes died of typojd fever 15 20 office 7th street opposite anniverskry wll61 birth Numfr biMdjities Sunday Aug 7 neighborhood NevrlSr yesterday after an iljneae ofapput invitations haye been induedCircle Meeting child of Mr on A three weeks He was about eigh m r 9j The various circle niQetingsof the Dealer in evely county in teen years old and very popular- W M Porter of ihh cty dje4 WCKt nptUtfihurcliwrof the county tlie It Theiii Bite last tylnlng bf bowel trpublet ttieky armnknK a leader pf K A with all of i is associate Foley program pi wntcn w nave pio- a tuirhn illWO two weeks The fAwftAifi8 vehicle JB teruignttooif pliace thiur afternoon M4 t- uryinifrouBfj wo lntrijnt tooIcplade ln HpwjweU Sr Coti dfhji pRC carry a full lisljed litetWbre are family the J line p tlwiriwork r w i uji y mUevtho Fairvlewl - Sept DclayccMn Sept H 30 9 52 9 47 5 52 5 50 5 47 Ribs 5 45 550 wheat puts 63 calls 64 New VerkHtnokianrf Ctttlftn v u x Jti x immmmmm V ti i 1 maaaaaaaaaaaaaa CUTS A Snap For 75 Cents f lasts - rrt Woffh j 125 tb 150 - k a -- Wheeler ms Go - rb up-to-d- ate 4b f SPJBCIAL Hosiery Offering Sale To Day f A XLr v felRn kOJ Kf QQ f v four-year-o- ld ftO iT vl fn - f - four-uiopths-o- ld t - Jnt imivy wfpr s biir mm0 t