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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tV J wj hSa wVITlie inaiti M da WW v a Week w fP r j - a v - HPaP EtitiicMaii 1 MVB jflBWS On Every Page We Set The Pace h1 KW DID IT HOPEENgPiLU KL MONDAY AFTERNOON1 AUGUST MITE Afed QirJ TlLJ m A Lows An Arm From an Exptosion w -- nr 1898 PRIOE 2 CENTS r - i J wBBaMBawaBBBMwaaMaaaBwaw IS NEAR Tems A FOR FOWLER The Republican Convention structs Unanimously In- - a v H r -- A VwriiiilyJlMidln rid - a Car Whin It Exploded IrityfhHand - CamBon Says Spain Will JV A Large Delegation Appointed to Vote the County S i For Him 1 4 y riariied Maude Simp AyDBgro girf kins had one of her arms blown off this morning about8 oclock by a dynamite explosion Albert BaVtle a cblbred boy got bold of a box of dynamite cartridges from a field where they had been used fr- blowing up stumps He took them to the Sjmpkins House a colored hotel where the girl got hold of one of them arid while hand Â¬ ling it either dVoppcd itor struck it against something causing it to ex Â¬ plode in her hand Her hanJNftik blown entirely off and her afarwas bo mangled that it had to he t -- fy GuthrlcJKytsSl--Specjal- r Hi 1 TE COMJHISSIOIfis ait a TO ARRANGE DETAILS The Republican county conven- Â¬ tion this afternoon was well attend Â¬ ed and it took only a few minutes to instruct to coun Â¬ ty for Mr W T Fowler and appoint about 20 delegates to at- Â¬ tend the convention at Eawesvilfe Aug 29th LEWIS THOMAS DEAD A Young Man m W l mm 4nated av GALL0NQpAtER f Wdbythe Applicant Gave - film the freight August of this city aged 19 topk a novel Way to enter the army Young Bock was at XL Thomas pounds avoirdupois to shy eight come ukto the required weight Hamilton O Wasliington Aug 1 Special An eia- tra session ofthe Senatb may be called sodr to ratify the expected peace treaty with Spain The French Ambassador has notified th President that it is his belief that Spain wil acceptvthe terms proposed by the TJnitea States in the peace offer G en Stewart L Woodford late Minister to Srain and Ex Secretarv Olnev have been selected as two of the five proposed peaci and remembering the old adage a pihtjs a pound the world around swall6wed a gallon of water before The taking his examination is npw a scheme wprked and Bock full fledged soldier TOM ATKINSON - peared at the White House Tuesdaylast and presented a note from the Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairsasking if the United States would be willing to arrange terms of peace He did not present to the President yesterday credentials as envoy extraordinary and plenipotentiary orlapy credentials whatever He is merely the intermediary between the government of the United States and the government of Spain and has no right or power to arrange terms for ending the war or to conclude a treaty of peace M Cambons interview with the President and Secretary Day Sat- Â¬ urday was undoubtedly of a most interesting and important character but it was conducted in the knowledge that the ambassador was acting merely as Spains agent with no greater power than he had possessed When the primary communication from the Spanish government was presented commissioners conclude President McKinley is standing firm in his determination to compel Spain to accept certain inevitable conditions before peace negotiations Taffy From French Pre Will be permitted to begin Thatis the purpose and burden of the note ihanded to Cambon To secure any concessions whatever frpm this gov- Â¬ Naw ernment Spain must first withdraw her land and naval forces from the is Vestern hemisphere leaving the troops and warships of the Upited vnenry unssan premier 01 States in full possession of Cuba and Porto Rico and Fans August the adjacent islands France says the course of the United Statesthroughout the war owned by Spain v hpen nnhlc nnd is n revelniinn to Eurone tfinil vutih nin line Who Formerly Lived in This City to the treaty mierAH ibpcciai Pleasant when the condition of peace are known the wqrjd He expects the United wff be asiMlleSlSJnlOVerPOftO 1 TW H Tr wiV Cotclulied to Die Rather Thax to Live in Clurksvllle Washington Aug 1 Gen Miles has cable connection Special Thomas Walton Atkinson com Â¬ frOni PonceVand reports that three fourths of the people areoverjoyed at mitted auicide at his home in powers would under similar circumstances and conditions of Clarksviile Saturday- night by Europe has no right to meddle in the negoJiationsand there thefprospect deliverance from Spanish route Hundreds of them are volunteering for service in the army and the people are proffering cattle placing arevolyerbehind his right will be no concerted action by the Powers toforc1the United and other supplies for thetroops Gen ear and sending a bullet into the Mileswill not march upon San brain He was a member of one States to make a settlement not satisfactory to thenafibn Juan nearly 100 miles distant until his other forces- arrive In the of thety s mpst prominent families menla while San Juan is reported to be preparing for a desperate re- Â¬ Atkfsspn was unmarried and was LP sistance J1 58 years of age The only assign a More Wounded Soldiers ysmzs blecause is despondency over not v McKinley Stole a March ikaving a permanent situation and inability td meet his obligations - States will take more pridefih showing moderation to the conquered adversary than any of fheold world Rscan Invasion a Picnic Mr Lewis M Thomas formerly this city died at Eddy ville yes- Â¬ terday morning in the 28th year of his age He had been sick about d Week with typhoid fever His mother Mrs Mary Thomas was with him when he died Mr Thomas left this city several years ago and located at Eddy yille where he married a daughter of Hon Finis A Wilson His wife and two small children survive hinu He was for some years employed atthe branch penitentiary in the Wardens office but retired when the administration changed He was an elder brother of Sergeant Hiram P Thomas now with the Third Regiment at Newport News His younger brother John Thom- as went to Edd yyilleigyestenlay to be present at the funeralvUjdh took place to day Her will be buried at Eddy ville THREE MORE BURGLARIES of Vto Futile Attempt to Enter Business Houses Sunday Nightft i TRAGEDY Ar Et--r- AT PADUCAH Foiit ftfjys Drowned In the River Near Paducah 1 Jsse and tfames and Luther Fjced Johp son Stewart rangirigiri age from 13 to 1 were drowned yesterday in the fiver abve this city All lived in Pope county 111 While bathing one boy went beyond his depth and the others went to Tils rescue AH Wre caught in the swift current atfd went down PaducahaCy Aug Speci ill The United States transport Con cho Capt Samuel Risk Which Sailed from Santiago July 23 with 162 Jive men died wliile the ship sick dflicersand men arrived yesterday was held in quarantine at Hampton Roads for three UtfysJpTot being permitted tobury the dead on shore the transport was oMgd to pro- ceed to sea where the bodies of he five men were prepargdRfor burial and consigned to the deep The Concho was then orderetjltolproceed to New York on going on board the transport was Health Officer Doty received by Dr A Mon as Lesser of the Rpd CrossSocietyjurgeon in charge who reported the total number of 157 sick mdn onpard All were in as good condition as could be expected and Dr DbtyfUecidcd to nave an tne sick reraovea io iioumuuinui3YjnouiJi- - siiiims ymxmzanm 1 NevTQfkugJ l 1 I filrive at NesiYork tuW The Answer The wire screen in the back win Â¬ dow of Wallis1 Grocery was cut with a knife Sunday night and the window raised and a bung borer on barrels taken from the win Â¬ used dow sill As there are iron bars across the window no attempt Vas made to get in there but the thief took the borer to J H Anderson On Cos back door adjoining and Washirigtonf Aug 1 Special President McKinley has stolen bored several holes trying to re- Â¬ move the lock but without success a march on the Povjrers in making peace possible No entrance was effected A snare nnd been spread for the United States by Prance and Ger- Â¬ Broke Open a Window many but the Presidents action has thwarted the game The Philip- Â¬ Burglars entered the sewing pines was to be the bone of contention machine office of the Singer com- Â¬ pany on Ninth street last night A hole was knocked in the window Now glass of a rear window and the r sash unbolted so it could be raised - i m vJif France and Germany i 7USW CMl rYI W s at Madrid tKHrt REV CARTER RESIGNS MHRHMk 4 Spanish News to he V The Rector of Grace Episcopal Church to Retire 1 Taki With Glins biSalt The occupants were unable to dis- Â¬ cover anything missing from the of- Â¬ fice The thief was probably Special Madrid August 1 The Spanish Minister of Foreign searching for cash only affairs Duke AlmadoVar has a a telegram from Paris saying the reA CADIZ BOY ply of the United States to the Spanish note on the subject of peace will be forwarded to Madrid immediately v The French German and AustriariAmbassadprs had a conference Dies at Camp Merritt San Fran- Â¬ cisco Last Saturday with the Spanish Minister of Foreign Aff airs Sunday Subject of a Conference -- Â¬ JRevRobtS Carter rector ofthe W I Grace Episcopal church announced Sunday jmirfilpg that he had called the church officers to meet Wednes- L nation which would be placed in thdr hands Mr Carter has becu in charge of the church for several ynra and gave rip reasort fpr his rMijrnation nj r- - f - A3 A dispatch tofthe ImparcialMom Havana safi Wo MSdriduff Will ffft NpyI two American warships bombaSed mxsiMn Saturday The S that o HVAl shore batteries replied The Americans fired hyenty shots xUltM then v To flelo in Porto PliA rllinn SnMnlitA1 fTti4 rtt et Vrtrrt Htio Hmnnnnr1 V uds that1 thj British cruiser TalbiDt lias left Havana with ajnumber of Washingtoii AugK Special An order has been issued sending British refugee ron board Another dispatch state that 4QQinfantry llVTni rA IXrolT nur nhP t nnnn iLt i f Ira x i uuij i iviu iiut tvtiiuiviiiiiciuif l nnn iMiiiurci itlii ivi i uH in iiiii lT wbv Cavalry baring the United States flag attacked a detachment of Ricpjwith aid MKMB mother entire division Ma Gen Breckinr do e w 11 succeed f i v Prec oso A sjuaUronpl volunteers irom uiruemisvent to iy engines rs at him m command at Camp f ThomasGen Wade willselect his fifteen 7KI rj uv 41 4 i t nee L Private DickShelton of Company fi i T- 1 -- 1 r V WNuvitas Key 5 Bombarded l C WMW - Nawa ha Wtt Aug Specjalw dead pii wounded tie fiSld The Spanish loaswnspne pffice 1 vvws i - - v -- A TMVl VZXtX killed IwmburdmaoiNeuvitas of bn brought hereon r anjyp men JftfJ - vofrinifn4 a the tl 1 Infernal Disorders Denied VK r E First Tennessee regiment a young man from Tngg county who enlisted some weeks ago and was sent to San Francisco died there Saturday fOth pneumonia as a re- Â¬ sult of an atack of measles His relatives have been notified of his death atCnmp Merritt He was buriedat the Presidio with military honorsHe was about 20 years old j orth coast otPuarlo Principe by Amencan Jho town yjiSi iHiLf peace 7 v Vff tyacuatad audbura Mpy theSpanWtir toiUiYflia Ky viiu Amit not ao near a AJi - iw n t - v it 1 B- - 7 j mS TTl M Me- f I ji Si if Rnraors of Uprising Unfounded lf - llMfdafi linPapersReprantelrte Bmioh wv i - CRBhi w WashingtAti kl wmd lUlHU Breant harp i mw wra tonht PrtW Mky - weawtr hnactymmidm to U1IU1HUI WUUMlllwi JrPfcVi msutw y Ambwador niwnuMutw andad ihw o vr pted l i JK bthSj i m iw wruujfvrw ifsi Ji L i Viamoou na noi rcceirea any yccAivc hvmiw jowxrH ah when Wad- - PortbRico i i iit t- ye h gagei troops etc js now under t a P puraa it a origaqe an arrjyeci mo j m wl U4 euuuvu ikhkv mj Nfeiyporewa Sauay itter wilt knock the Hppkinaville bplys at - Sltml - Car prishjgs it 1 i noon nna mayarp Imi - V loadinir bfbaff mle8 V io mprrow tor T yKn vMjyw u iaw Colombia WlllPny Up Cqlpn Colombia Aug An official dispatch Galveston from Bogotawas received at Car- - M tagena last Tuesdays the2GUu con firming the reported probability ot an early settlement of the Cerruti affair Prcsttjiint Caro havmgum willingly accepted th6 inevitable has submitted to Congress nnd thq Executive a resolution to accept fu full the conditions of president Cieveland8 award -- lVia ni ii v i v v Tfi w en 4iWfe4tWMMhqi Mjtfjtfi i o CO S6tt i kL o ftfee 4T 0a Us fttttt6hiaft Jfy7 ffn rriyM i JPJ a BBSS iii BJJMffilLllLiMJQjiiLJMLJlgailMiaiJ BiSflARCK Germany DEAD lubl 1 shed every cTcnlny except Sunday by - ol tint city Delivered by carrier to r- wwt W 10 ow4 iirrr- t v Irtm CtattctUfAnNh REAL t mm m i tin llllll BtilBiB jjwiyrjjiiijiiii -- rT1KU 13fanlnVin FOR ONL arm I i tm - w I1 4 A - TTfl rPTIOir 8G JLATJMP n MMSBaW KJfATtf a Pita 8 Month PmIMonth wAnANOE m Advance 100 Pm Wkek Pk Year w Apvamo PRISON CHAPJGBS tf 40fr AOpffT- itnt rei aittt lor bee mmd cm Modern His WfsDeath Came Suddenly After He Was Believed T B DEMOOKATIO TICKET FOR CONGRESS mm UMIIflJiDE Aioney mtm M J i The Democratic Hold r Officials Tak W VUl oi uanger M V f HENRY D ALLEN OF U5HON COUNTY f on ftntJii a term bt 5 We mmki at 4 ptr eHHHHHFM jBMnBBBBsBBVBKeaaawc33eaaawflHa8Rib reetiie tie laieet n yetrs fe i- - u f u fr W ia i8 A l MM W y v I t l Wicofliflaioil probably have a conference with the new board to morrow Commissioner Richardson is ex- Â¬ pected here to day from- - Eddy ville where he has representedfthe board in taking an inventory of the branch penitentiary a The Hancock Mintrels yl company composed ofcdriVicts have Â¬ You have thirty days trial charity Some years ago to avoid sent out dodgers advertismg that Petersburg 1859 TheTensloh Iaa Hat Bprjdg ltln your Jjgfe jrice--- -and if to all J400 justable Wlfeel slzesvf thread tension and ad homeiutH me for any reasonofyou should toown wish requests for charitable donations they willgive a minstrel show in the uiacuineji mny cejsnippcu Ie iHekle plated and has Hand Appointed Ambassador tojP-aris us at our expense and the money win be re Farm hi 75 acres on Qreenville loose wheel attaoheartobperate bobblnwlnder he inserted an advertisement in the prison walls to night The jokes 1862 lunded running machine without The Movement Is the celebrated- - eccentric All communications regarding the New papers notifying the public that it will bear largely on the humorous Road In Paris he received ttfeJGrand movements positive Inaction aadevrervrork MthewsAJachlne should be addressed to side of the incoming and outgoing mg parts man any lnsciunetHi the market would be useless to ask him for aid Cross of the Legion of Honor from Six miles from the city The very The Stand naalatgd balance wheel lianga CHAS M MEACHAM administrations On two adjustable ceutcri The treadle la large bestpjaco in the Qoighborhnod the Emperor Napoleon and bangs in cono center and all lJst motion 1 The Democratic Congressional ciibetalenup asterSundereAcliend and Became Minister of the Kings timber good water buildings orch can be easily moved Hopjunsville Ky BASEBALL Ahlcodress guard over afd and in a firiefitate of repair convention in the Ninth district House and of Foreign Affairs in SPECIAL Price will be held at Cynthiana on the 650 ik Description ot thq Improved New Mathews Macjfijne Prussia September 22 1862 10th inst There are two active A very fine liitie Fanri of 87 i 2 Created a Count September 16 Xhis machine iVmsuufactured with the view of supplying a long felt RESULTS OF YESTERDAYS GAMES candidates for the nomination 1865 and received from theKing vant to wit A AloderU High arm fust class Sewing MachhiB with all late acres near 0nio New York 7 Louisville 3 Waller Sharpe artd Jas N Ketibe improvements and of first class material and good workmanship including of Prussia a valuable estate in Twenty acres oltiraberthe remain- - the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A booV of ingtruo Chicago 7 Washington 4 vBoth are strong men and popular Luxemberg iu ju uigu DIBIO Ul UUHIVUHOU All tionssccompaaies every machine leaders and the party will not suf- Â¬ Cincinnati 6 Brooklyn 5 Escaped assassination byaf step- Â¬ the buildinors in firood dnnditirm of either fer from the nomination splendid neighborhood son of Karl Blind May 2i866 SATURDAYS RESULTS The result is in doubt both claim- Â¬ Pricdlv 2200 Organized the North GermaniCqn Louisville 4 New York 7 ing the nomination with confidence federation of 22 States and 9f00r 00 acres 5 Miles From City on Cincinnati 8 Brooklyn 2 000 people 1867 Russellviile Pike The Alabama State election is in Piladelphia 8 Pittsburg 3 Retired from public life for a view Baltimore progress to day and the present Cleveland yVell improved 15 acres of timber months because of ill healtii 1868 near church State officers will be re elected with CJhicago 13 Washington 3 and schbol Became Foreign Ministerfftne is a quality somcf newspapers have lost sight of in these but little opposition The Demo- Â¬ Boston 4 St Louis 2 Price -1800 North German ConfederatioriJan journalism - days of yellow They care little for truth cratic party is thoroughly reunited 136 acres on Ducker Mill road 1 HOW THEY STAND uaryl 1869 7 j and agreat deal for temporary sensation in that State some of the most Won Lost - - wwwm rnA PC -- Accompanied the King in the war iKiacrnB nf linftnm Innrl O UUUU MUV4 ut prominent Palmer men of 18 mak Â¬ Clubs If i - It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD houses 2 barns well watered - nnm 15 62 682 with France 1870 29 Cincinnati i 1 f ing speeches for the ticket this The success of THE RECORD rests Upon its reliability 56 Bqston 30 651 Dictated the terms of peace after iimoer year The majority will be over- Â¬ Price 1100 Wl 33 54 Cleveland 621 the capitulation of Paris Febru- Â¬ It prints theviewsali the newsand tells the truth 500 cash balance in one and 2 whelming 50 34 Baltimore 595 ary 1871 v about i- tyearsfut 6 per cent The best farm j 50 40 556 Appointed Chancellor of the new in the neighborhood Fifteen Firpt Lieutenants who Chicago Jt is the only American newspaper outside eyrYprcicjty 40 47 540 ly organized German Empire 1871 were mustered into the United New York Besides these we have- - other tfarme that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service antfits 45 506 44 Raised to the rank of Prince Xor sale and will- take rileasuro in States service from Missouri as Pittsburg kAV nwn fitT rnrrpnnnflnf xtt irfictc if ttiA frnnl in UiU 41 494 March 1872 g showing any of theiri to parties wish 42 Battalion Adjutants have been Philadelphia HJ tii incr to buy Survevs Plata and Ah 33 388 52 Resigned the Presidency of hemispheres V dropped from the rolls by a ruling Brooklyn titracts of title urniehedall purchase 356 Slate Ministry December 1872 32 56 Washington that they were en- Â¬ Washington at It is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world uio 32 58 355 Reappointed Prussian Premier estateaiuy i vwo njuo iu ouy reai rolled without authority of law Louisville Its war news service unapproachably the best 66 24 267 October 1873 They will be paid to date and fur- Â¬ St Louis Three tracts of coal lands two Says the Orbana 111 Daily Courier Fired at by a man named Kull nished transportation to their pf the mines partially developed SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY manand slightly wounded July 13 Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest qua homes We read the war news in the other papers Philadelphia at Pittsburg jty One tracfrcontuins GOO heres 1874iv Gen Shafter has forbidden the PrVidpd over the Berlin Con one 175 acres one 05 acres Alf Boston at St Louis two games then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to publication of a Cuban newspaper Baltimore vs Cleveland at Phila- Â¬ gressbf the representatives of the within i milo Illinois Central II II Will sell at bargains and on oasy in Santiago If the general will delphia see how much of it is true greatJpowers to discuss treaty of terms Here are fortunes for the to read the consti- Â¬ take the trouble Soljljby newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received St Stefaho 1878 right men Cromwell Weds a Cuban Oirl by all postmasters tution under which he is operating Address THE PHICAGO RECORD 181 Retired to private life March 7 f Madison street Chicago he will see that he is going a little For Balo or exchange a good pay One of Louisville contributions to 1890 receiving title of Duke of Lau ing hotel at the famous Ddwpon further than that instrument au- Â¬ New York journalism is the sub- Â¬ enberg springs Will sell at a bargain or thorizes ject of this item Elected to the Reichstag 1891 oxchatfgo for improved farming land Oliver Cromwell stole a march Attended wedding of his son well located Dewey asked for 20000 troops on his Kentucky friends more than Prince Herbert Bismarck in Vi- Â¬ and at the end of eleven weeks we a month ago and only For sale a cood first cities board announced ing house at Dawson Springs Will had sent 11000 He now asks for the fact On Monday last He was enna 1892 Severely criticised the Gel man mm uii easy terms or excimnge tor something like 130000 more and at married toMiss Marguerite Sabata Army bills 1892 1893 goou notes tiio owners uttUBess the same rate of dispatch we will to whom he has been engaged for compels him to reside else Very ill atfKissingen 1893 be until the end of the present cen- Â¬ more than a year and the happy Princess Bismarck died Decern- fyid ncre ranch welll tury getting them there couple are spending their honey 1pr 1flM rfi mv uiego uai m property In Uu moon at Bath Beach which is just iyFive members of the jury trying Made a member of the New York Senator Kenny for complicity in an hour by trolley car from Man German William litHrison Agt Veterans Association hattan Borough Miss Sabata is 1895 bank looting believed him guilty v KOffice WebW Street of a former Cuban and favored giving him a peniten- Â¬ the daughter Received German Americans Aug tiary sentence ftpkinsville fy The other seven general oneof the commanders in 301895 m JW tne ten years war ana a very saved his bacon 4Jyrw Entertained Li iHuny Chamr m beautiful and accomplished girl AND ff jv 1896 va 165 varieties of banan Critic There are 3ft t Â¬ as Jn the Philippine islands Per Wrote letter to Goy Culberson Last Weeks Weather oakteTexas on financial question Aug haps thcjjreat caution the Presi- Â¬ i From official records kept by Mr UfrJJr 1896 dent is exercising is a result of pre- Â¬ W w k a1 vious experience with a banana JM Howe Highest 1XJWM t Kainran The South has twotout of three of peel in his path 93 73 r 75 Monday f tne popular neroes ofthe war Dew Â¬ 17 70jr 79 Tuesday S TIME TABLE ey is from Vermont Schley from P1J It will be tooJbad if peace comes MW 683 00 91 before Gen Grant gets out of the Wednesday Maryland and Hobon from Ala Â¬ 9010 TVfr country but it begins to look like Thursday bama NdUBl t No wijl NQ 872 87 v tr Friday 70f r aco hi gBf to stop the Spain is determined dally trfflopklnsvillo MjW 03 92 2fc dally A royal marrjage took place at ft QUymrL Xcam thlnir at all hazards before the Saturday LUMBER LIME AND iLy nopkln8vlllyflMaw 88 00 Sunday p ij i idllW 80pi 08ft vr- puimuiivi mi principals v miiua Kcntuckians get there xuc 8n ivfi Bniu 79 P Ar Henderson The entire precipitationpfor the were ojukc T i- IMjjII rnest uuntnerand ArKvansvllle adopm I month of July was four inches The Princess Dprothea of Saxe Cobtirg ArliOUlBVlllO xooopm r Six colored Sergeants in the 11 00 am Arraducah iA- j for ijjus month ArMemphlBMff 6pm tfiopm Ninth cavalry have been promoted normal for th i State Ar new uricanat nwam 7nn ye8acsllwliepj9H 4 The pjpitatlon NoiS TiiafilndilSa tat JRephbllcan ihBqpklnsvilW - Aeuw No 801 Acom kosn to Second lieutenants orgailkntry is 33 inches ajr I4JPT dally i AU 5 July 1897i was 244 Inhliea y onvation will meet Wednesday at LXvan8vHlef ttiy atSantiago They will bftamgcd for 815am 0 OJam LvlIenderiKin to duty wth the two coloredr im- - An uriknoW4 maq was fouad dead Iudianapolis Lv Princalon fiflO HHtpm flootm K on the river bauk nearwliffe laqne regiments M i mym 70nBi I UOpJtlliaTllW NI f v IfcywiatAyiiiBaWdJiaS become with a pistol wound In his breaatit 4 HffPWmHLLE I i Hjjs supiKwed t ay beHiui ovex jXh totfjU oo SMUWOOB Ant ItOBklM Tllla K g place in the history of Europe second to that occupied by no other man of his time Gladstone With more ability lacked the strength of villthat swept ail opposition from the path of Bismarck Germany had need for him in the period that de- Â¬ veloped his greatest power All Europe hated him for the hard bar- Â¬ gains he had driven with the weak and helpless and even Germany ceasedto have use for her Iron Chancellor and in 1890 he was permitted to retire to private life Bismarck was a very wealthy man his income being estimated at 100 000 a year yet be seldom gave to SpecFrankfort Ky August 1 ial The imal preparations for BISnARCK the turning over of the State prisons Opinions differ widely as to tlie Com- greatness of Prince Bismarck who by the board of Sinking Fund to the new Prtsqh- Vm died Saturday nijghi Ie was pre- missioners eminently a man Of povfr and for mission have now been madei WarA to day notifipd fifty years was one of the worlds den Hancock den elect Lillard that he and each most commanding figures His iron officer connected will and force of character unified guard and other prison would retire at 6 theGerman empire and crushed the with the French in 1870 and gave him a oclock Monday morning and surÂ¬ Â¬ gar - Â¬ Â¬ render the institution to the nety officers elected by thePrison Board Prison Contractor AD Martin is here in conference with the mem bers of the Sinking Fundk Comrnis sion Mr Martin said that he ex pected to continue his contract with the new board He saidhe would to mitt pttrciiaeori Pnoee kWht rifliniiiir noieeless simple dura We f rom a0 to W000 Tliy are looated aflaaHj IOT Par ia mmtlj prt oC tke oltjr We iA in the illness from irlikh he also hare for sale farms in Urn ami place f Every - fttachirig warranted 10 yearsa Avas believed to berecovenaf- pnn adjoiaia eouaUea Tlwee farm are of owad by pejiiea who wieU to eell cipally neiiralgia and swclliajj itesaeBSMejaaeofa Below ie aparUal list of Ihemt the veins A 160 Machine for for S9i and freight prepaid A Fifie Farm near Knmty Bismarcks Biograpfcy Full name Prince KarlOtto von Well impreved good land well wa i Cash must accompany nl Bismarck Schoenhauscn tered and timbered 180 acres orders Born at Schoenhausen Prussia Price WrtMrVBP9kw 5yl00 k- - April l 1815 A Firm of 350 afcres on Butler srijoitaoAriob Wheel tp keipdreea Trom getting or whoej Studied atGoettingen Berlin and Atiaohrtents Are the famous Johnsons set TheTJead U flvo and onehttl fnehes liteh In a tin bo and consists ot taoker nlfflor milkrRorf f nd eight mid one half Inches long Inside fduriicmMcrs binder qtalltw footlkemmor iriet8wam f as any family measurement TMalsan Fought twenty duels wounded Twothirds in Sno firnberrgood im mftclilnerniaileand tnut hlxli bo confounded and folloi under braider and sheerer oil can not andoltwocrewdrtverff elx bobbins paper with thqmcdlum or so called Ulgh arni tna- of needles thumb screwy gwage and book ol provements well watered 8 miles chine The bead Plato son Into or level with iiiretjiions but once j the table Tho Furniture la well wade hlahly toS Became a member of the Diet from the City Big bargain The Needlec Is afraiglitBelfaelltjg flat on ished and o egant in appwrauec All these Price 900 4r ne aldfe and cannot be HCtJwrong province of Saxony I846i mi n il maoulnos will bo sent out with oak furniture walnut is apeoified Kaeh TheShuttle Isopwj orf tho end Entered the diplomatic ifjrice as Farm of 106 acres onBulIerRoad ihape arid absolutely AelMttrcadlng cylinder unless to the drawers and cover wachlne hai a look nloe tolekel plate drop rings to all drawer All Inachlnei TUeBearluga Arqall 8teelwell flttel and chief of the legation at Frankfort Three and one half miles from are well packed and crated dlnatable tht aelf tlueadlng Tho machine 1h 1852 cityijwell improved good orchard ilKAD OUR GUAKANTK endnoholo to put the thread throanUy antl never failing water except the eye of tho neodlo Sent to Vienna 1852F Th New Mathews Machine Is warranted 10 The Feed In positive In action and Jjaa no VfiBis from datft of nurnhftHO anil thlptt 11 Advocated a triple alliance be- Â¬ Pride 750 ipringa to get nut bl order trUlotlU If perleot asd entire satisfaction kM l Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind tho a tint llbDn tA nnn1nn A farm of 20 acres on same road oobbinaa smooth an on spool of tween France Russia and Prussia money ald m to us at our expense and thread 3 miloa from the city well improv Is donblelocfe Stitch Tho aamo Will be refunded nromntlv the TheStltoh in a pamphlet 1858 on both side and will not ravel CAn bo Under this guarantee you run no risk what Â¬ eura goou pouury or market lengthened orshoftened rom eight to thirty AmbassadorJto St den farm ingood neighborhood gar stitches to the Inch Sent as an ever Jn purehasjng the New Mathewe Machine f gThe papers of Sunday ronbuned thVnews of the death of PriaotBis- marck at his home in Ucrway He died Saturday night atlloVfecV a sudden turn for the soiree tuMing - bUdiatJo4i in tl city ar for sale mmm ol U The beet Machine for the leaet raomtf rer manufRof ured ftj ii tema lit A Smfl 9M I - evilaaaBBBlB5iS - - - A - i J -- zj 14 21 RELIABILITY V - d r 3 7 f - Si -- -- DAGG RICHARDS I - - iim rmr i OONTRAQTORa DEALERS Itii Â¬ i f Bf SSI Building Materials - Of AH Eiflcilu - JEffectlyXoc 597 pMENI j- T I nftj5rBlfF- A fua - uwAtteflaffa KauuoNu lwLv1 x v v ft l i typewriter g 7 tl y U a A kt itikiL E rfiwimfab Tmm I WL Is J qBjd -- Ltu hwrfs - mkiJhl tt Vri 0 u r - t3 - WW i Hpw tQtoW TMn u I I I ind the wholo secret d your life infolded from ho jialm of your hand UtM TOiJunktoitImlndor tt costs but 25 contsifor a general out- Â¬ r mFMMn1 WLHtVrfI yliilo y6u afd get Â¬ line of yotir life jv ting it you flrd starttctl the Sloso In vrVi Mirm nro your uOoW w Uoyml to fut anplicatidn of inacV of thestatfarridnts Hwdi fpi am Lntor when- you tdv your owji enfee it vm iou mnuc ii oyer ypu rcauze iiov your v Prink Www wilh lemon of litno vanity hasten played upon by a M tY- - UuiJ -- A - jjlovoi1 woman Your experience will bd like this ft is the life history of tM writer as Tfc active walk aud boo that tlio revealed by his palm but it will fit any muHorXof the body is properly wif of hia friends of hjsownngoj aliiojnated from tUe systGtii Ahl I sed thatdiirlyyou had to Cold water wttl add to your make your ownenroor That plasses euiboopoiiit and tea and coffee witb you right up With Napoleon and his et and malcos you feel good v - you Your logic is gQodj and you tliink wouiu crow muou tu nuor ir many thmgs whicli you do not say t oberVe the following rules as to diet J At first this impresses you as being Firmly turn your your fac6 away peculiarly true of yourself but on from all farinaceous foods bad every Â¬ aftertliougbt who doesno flunk more thing in which ptarcb is found rofusa thahclie says Cindy and cnko richpuddingtf You Mve a good tnind That made With milk oapocially are hot you ivill admit to yourself readily And you can say or writo your for you Fruiteat of ail kinds procurable Eat all thb green vegeta thoughts in a few words that are to By this timo you feel ble poultry and rare moat you desire the point taBto for ApollinariB liko confessing to the palmist that you Abultiyalo a are a suppressed genius but are too and Vichy wme and hquorB reject moddst to own up She almost seems to read your thoughts- as she says Porq Rico In a Nutshell Your life has been Spent working Co others Width 87 miles What you have gained r have had to share You did not you Laud immensely rich j nave it all Pi coursenot Poverty is unknown You have had disappointments Area 2580 equaro miles ivhen you thought you had attained uicdess you found it was not so Trees aro ahvaye green Again the lady is correct Every man owno a horse She tolls you how brave you are Of Older than the United St aids course How much money you are not goingtpmakc because you are too Principal sport is cock fighting honest What a great bulb6usbain One mountain i8 OfOOOCeot hightC you rave She brings you back by Every house bag aroof gardehi making some horrible misstatement people are patholicB about 3our matrimonial and love af- Â¬ All San Juuti Principal paBtirae is hbrsebapk fairs and winds up by telling you that there are happier times ahead John ridings A Dillon Jr in St Louis Population 1000000 less than Phil- adelpbiih TAXATION IN MASSACHUSETTS Has more and abler mosquitoes No State Has Laws Thki Are Mors than Jersey Stringent or Arbitrary People sleep in the day and shop No state in the unionhas a mpre andvisit at night illiberal all pervading system of tax- Â¬ San Juan has the finest harbor iu ation than Massachusottsand in no the West Indies state is the administration of tax laws more stringent or arbitrary What Hopkinsville Produce flarket Massachusctts fails to accomplish in it CaBlipriceB paid byr Hopkinsville the assessment and collection of taxes merchants tvould therefore sepm to be of little use for any of the other states or tho Bacon with Bma rtcouutry t w 810c federal government to attempt This any anticipation of success Shoulders vVivi - wassys0 Massachusetts system finds its fittest Sidoa rs exemplification in the city of Boston ii Lard 67c and the officials who constitute its w department df municipal taxation Country Produce 12Jlf5c never indulge os tho taxpayers well lj Butter know in much sentiment in tho dis- Â¬ charge of their duties The ac- Â¬ 1 -v New featherp knowledged representative of this Beeswax J82Jc hoard for many years never hesitated Tnllow vi2o to say that hd recognized- - but one GioBencr ner liitV- 2225 principle and that was that in mat Â¬ Honey 7J86N ters of taxation the taxpayer hud no Tu b waBhed wwlft - 26c rights which the state was bound to V Greased 1818o respect and as chairman of a statc t commission which some years ago Poultry made a report to the legislature arid Y chiekeus Hvjper lojsli0l80 with the Declaration of Independ Â¬ floosterH v - 2o ence confronting him with its assdr ijvi uu- i J E 4 miliar tioithftt it is a self ovidecttruth that all men are ondowqdby their0rd 53 Clover peMsiiol ntor with certain inalienable rights Corn i ho also gravely asserted that thein 67o diyiduul person in Massachusetts Wheat 0o has no inalienablo rights except that V Corn shelled to his own righteousness lion D LjvoBtock V26 A Wells m Popular Soienco Monthly Hogs gflfotufc wterw wlijtajfe-liiMHSSTli I 8fB touclr rh braaittwt 6f Iw tb CifiVet Womia Plays UK toj annua 8 t Your Vaalty Tnul Uarir 1iitlv blltteml Wll cvqr havo your fortune told iiliti j kiwuI v A Did you MkWjKeueni stiuaiuuw hjt irii - TKE FORttiKB TELtEtl Ml Always Bought niiniimiiiiihtiitiiiiiiMinltrtOiiiiiiiiiraiiiiii CASTORIA MiBjijitiiiUi1- jU jfor Infants and Children HWar I y ljhJ O Mm V i - The Kind You Have J1fflNriTiiiViiiTitlliWrrlrianfiiMiir-Wiliiii-in--ifr - kiiik- AVbgefablcPrcparaliouforAs- l TX simuaung uictoouonuiteo ting HveStomoclis andBowel jears the Signature of i t n4 ft Us Ne Wis HIRE 11 HI i xm efci EromotesTJigcstioniChcciful YwsslandBfestContafns ncllhcr SiumMorpbJnJ norMncral Jteve efOtdJlrSXtWIlimnER Jfanplin ttm stbrScnna -JfaAtlUSJb -ivh Sent Jlmtrmmt JtlCartanakSola ftarifiid Sugar r AROr MiWtiF mbx If Allr rf V i - J v iJa is no need for JlUg LUYYJUCf people or llClllUUl the in Hopiunsvme ana tU BUM - ftimifced - Â¬ Â¬ Ancrfcctllcmcdv rorConsHoa- Sour StomachDiarrhoca Worms Convulsions Fevcnslv ncss and Loss OF SLEEP Hon Tac Simile Signature oC ftjh Kim You Havi - F scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most re- liable war news NEWYORKE - 2 -- The Daily Telegraph SerYice i ia v J H EXACT COPy OF WRAPPCB iLvWw s fmt THE CENTAUR COMPANY NCWVOHKClTY immxis ua I Kentuckians Z Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and s A GRAYSON Post-Dispat- ch SPRi rV - I ThisfamoUB KentuolySUMMER 18U9W opon for gueptsMincer 1 cLi RESORT NEW MANAGEMENT A practteul hotelman has beedlgplected to direct affairs Special at tontion civen to thocuiBineri Manv improvMnenta have been made in the hotel and surroundings gljptel rates reasonable A pleasant time in store A splendid baud of music in Hpoms bright anujjwell ventilated for you Huenunnco f w 4 li Grand all Eir Friday Night During the Season abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and rverv department of the paper is V supplied with a news service - r - oSc TSSli CarXBjfL SpxIrLgB P SWk nulu ESTABLISH DiIN 1852 thnf nflnrmt Via surpassed in all V w estern lien tucky Daily delivered In the city 1 6 jX1K v -- v M if I- I mJu JL JL HfTOSON r V MS -- v s 10 tt Per h jTl i fjV ir w Impor tcr and Manufacturer of dMF T K in i5i7 iV i r 212 S Main 2 Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL U mXL UX Sheep Cattle jCalfee- f 4 - BOfgSOO 260560 i- - Who Got the Best of It - iianite l andP S800825 pUrrcdJasf wH auu u urs utaes V Vf uw mtVII i-z V v - Gjreen Green salted lirdeA 1J VA Dry Hint hides - f Vogotables N8w potatoea per bulelCabbpgo perheat I Watermelons M vV IAl Rm Florida 5 u- FJoUrj Ktitail- rsuHiHiani T WH VT Patent per bbl ptr uui w- - CJovdr per owjiH Good Timothy t xifMMJfa t v mot- Greek oc fr week when two well known attorneys matched their wits 0ne reprdsdntefl tho interests of a cli- Â¬ H ent injured in a railroad wreck and 67o the other the defendant corporation flBt1 ff WMHw liwk JK MPri 7k JfinHBcliHnL peopld Ipl2c Tho railroadpaso and wcro anxious to HITLOWfof Hopkinsville Ky is my soiicitor thqir of the bo rid instructed W attorney to try to effect a compromise jag vikA 50Q0 7G6 cyen to the extent of paying W O Faxon W G WmSgL two attorneys met oy agreement 85o Tne matter was talked over and tlw i TBI WfeL thV cdmpromisQniade the attorney for 2585e tho road givinga check made payable to his colleague for 2500 and tlie wflF sm bk having an entry of dismissal Tobacco WarchousemenTGommission Merchants Grain Dealers 125 latter mado in tho casoi Several days after- ward the twQ attorneys mpt again Fire oof Warehouse cqn nossKctviLLB and n niST3 wxiup uie ruurgaaimorney euiu who HnnlriHcvtllp G5o a Smile Kv i Si got1 tho bstter pf7ou in that V I compromise rtiiboral Advanceion Oonaiiimenta All Tobaqopent us Oovorod byvTnaurancQi w llnnr enW i tj jit Well my ollants wore willing tor A paso where Grdek Daily One Month - 35 Daily Three Mouths - lOO Daily One Year - - 400 Semi Weekly Edition 1 yr 200 T3BLBTS BTO m m wmw 3BAiaiSwxr rJCE2rN25ssiiK The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the Vinstv -V - nintnrAR tor hft nhlninpflj r va W fc wr i v w I Wl1 lr - Mil Go X l tlia L Subscribe Now r r r fts r ftX xrrc Tn w A -- k 1 hbua ir HHT h i m w ilu a v i - i t wt T 9f PP do15 20e to -- IF KENDHIOK M RpNYdN ov- - irvFaVy K uoArB doe i f j Ohjoo ij - lor of mo at that socing my dliepf J dc huh ueonkqoau inodiast that woyeays 8o Cincinnati inquirer Quit likely suclirfeMoisY u rur a t C -- pnoniiKTOitH lw uuuuripbiuu u jyui r m lv mail Uall at the omce in the ilen tuckian Building first iloor at 212 South Main Street rt6r telephony oouu fcl v rfJ v 111 w t xv 11 i 1 r jv m - t T A- -- ir iN IS i o duuu ar nouse Haife Tobacco A 99 2 V Address V aj Atr iiLc01XlAitJ il S Wjripwnuic vnav A V iINT fHuvea R rjoiq atcituae A 11 Worn RllfJon ilMlk A fe oi ttius0 atUio3ijitioft rTo dqwn Wfi Solicit ihe Patronage of Ajl WlJJ all cpuinipntI Vliv do thV hav wppMrFJiegnda ti io Sell Mb jLjaouer Vs Wtbat if would Uke a Ian to aubdu J J jlaakslaDgtan 1S tW toiitry tk i int ftatIJritinndJreladijonW Fre Slorfije Jo Sltlppttr OushA Advanccfl Made on Onsignnxente - rr x ti- - f ifii ntf Pun ls hftp Wf t ft HOPKINSVILLE KY ftpmiiwiaimit w 7 c P HKFsC rri v J WI5I r f Yf j ifl - y COURT CULUNGS pviw T KICKED BY A HORSE IN A WELL Mrs Charlie Herself Krentz SUNffitY VISITORS HOSPITAL ROMANCE BITtENBYASWAItfe i DrM W Wltllatns Little Daug- Â¬ hters Narrow Escape AV Business Transacted in County and Police Courts 4 Local Drowns Customary Bit Crowd at Popular Michigan Niirse Caught a Soldier Road Worker Reum Boy at Cliickamauga Cerulean Nwtb Chrlatlait J D Ware and HoPKiNavitLs wife Jas Moore and wife Miss Belle Moore Chas Myers and sis ter Messrs J S Moore R M Hurt1 Walter Howe John and Will Wicks Henry Holton Geo Phelps H W Tibbs A S Tribble R M Major S U and J C Wooldridge J F Adams R P Allen Lewis Fuqua D H TliDmasson E W Brackrogge L G Gant G H Moore Dr M W Williams G II Smith A P Crockett S H Clag-gett Jo N Fowright JIarry Bly the S C Anderson Dave Petri e Cadiz Misses Bessie Major Fannie Coulter Nellie Baker and Messrs B F Goodwin H M J 1 Viola Williams a little daughter of Dr M W Williams of this city had a very narrow escape from at Bennettstown i -- H I MHI ill r Fir t La j death Sunday at the residence of Option Election Colled In Mr P M Ounrles at Howell As Had Been In the Asylum arid Was muchthtij he couldnt do much only it was she is laid up with injuries Lafayette jVIInor Fines In of Unsound Mind and In clean mi the ditches He ha coti of a Very serious character back togive it the finishing Courts Both Bad Health cht A little daughter of Mr Quarlca Mr Andy Johnson Shelby old a horse about the yard was riding est bojf Willie went out to gef and the little Williams girl was some stove wood In accordance with a petition filed playing near by last Tuh As the horse Mrs Hattie Krentz wife of Chas mornlhg He got his slide full of as required by law Judge Cansler passed near licr she struck it with H Krentz of Gracey committed wood hnd was returning When has called an election for the pur- - a switch and the animal made a suicide at the home of her father a coppdrhbad snake bit him on the of taking1 the sense of the pco vicious kick striking the child on Esq J A Boyd at Bennettstown pose foot tie halloed for his mother pleof Lafayette voting precinct on the arm and chest knocking her Sunday morning She ran to him andjerked orf hid in the theisale of spirituous liquors She jumped into a well and was down and rendering her uncon- Â¬ suspenders and corded his leg precinct The question will be scious fora time drowned before she was missed They gave him whiskey to drinV voted on October 3 between the Mrs Krentz was of unsound Prompt assitance was rendered and bbat up cockle bur leaves and hours of 7 a m and 4 p m and what was at first thought to be mind and otherwise in very poor Prather T C Rawlins Grinter the stalk of the bur and put t on Will Probated a fatal iniury proved to be less se health McClain C EJones P A Blain tnc uittcn place He Is doing tol A year or two ago she was in the E T McCarty girl while suf The will of the late Paschal rious and the little Hi erably well at present Church Hill Jesse Adams J Giles was admitted to probate to- Â¬ fering greatly is getting along asylum but improved so much that m We are having ptenty of rain she was discharged and was get Â¬ R Foard Brousuais Gregory Lee I day He left his large estala to his very well now The corn a looking well ting along well until last winter Adcock D Lewis Brodie Giles is named as ex wife Mrs C PERSONAL QOSSIP we have plenty of roasting ears when the Wadlington Wilson trage- Â¬ Adams tery ecutrixof the estate and also guar T nniftii fViam nniV in- Â¬ dy occurred at Gracey This af Â¬ Gracey Miss Ethel Wadling Ul MJj vv itm- MlUtU dian of their four children The inMrs Gus K Stevens has returned fair which shocked the whole town ton C R Wadlington Real Estate Transfers Miss Flori TTntvl o viotftr iM strument was dated Dec 19 1895 The estate is worth about 20000 from a two weeks visit to Mayfield caused her to again become violent- Â¬ Wallonia Miss Frances Wash Track of land lying on Trade tives and friends in Hopkins coun Rev Jas Gooch returned tliis af-Â¬ ly insane and it was necessary to Paducah Miss Palmer water 95 acres to B E Mc ty this week Administrator Appointed i ternoon from a short visit to Ma- Â¬ send her to the asylum again St Louis Harry L Robbins Knight 100 Mr Henry Kings baby died W A Cotton was appointed ad rion Recently she became quieter and Moroapield R Eudicato oil street to H 1 1 Wednesday evening Residence lot It was not ministrator of the estate of Mary Madisonville J F Coffman Mrs Dr Morehead of Nashville as her general health was bad she quite a year old I never heard the Jolay 600 Knight deceased with J W Mor PrikCeton W A Massie is visiting Mrs H C McGehee at was taken home by her husband Vacant lot on Elm street to W particulars of what was the niattur risas security and two weeks ago went to her Gracey with it Honey Bee F Cojf 150 TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Road Overseer Appointed Mr Judge fathers at Bennettstown Esq John W Hicks and Vacant lot on Elm street to W Baptist Revival in Tennessee J Mort Giles was appointed over- Â¬ R P Turney of Cerulean are Krentzwent over to see her every Corrected Dally Ily lieu llawllns Ilnnknr F Cox SICOr Saturday evening and was there of the Garrettsburg and Wea- Â¬ here to day seer Revs I N- - Strother and J W iwiil llroker Hopktnnvllle Ky yesterday when the unfortunate from Lot and staple on Elm street to Burnett are conducting a success- vers Store road this morning Mr A W Pyle and daughter G W D Woodm50 Chlcngo Market Jesse Giles farm tb Bushs farm tui revival at the Baptist church at Miss Lena spent Sunday with rela- Â¬ lady destroyed her life ne icit ner room aoout one Two tracts of land 284 Opg Higt Closing In the County Court acres Spring Creek says the Clarksvillc tives at Gracey oclock a m but the family did Cash Wheat ilear Howell to T S Winfree 4 Times Large congregations are 65 fined col was Thos Arbuckle Mrs A M Cooper and daughter not miss her until about 2 oclock 64 Sept Wheat 64 attending and much interAjt is be G4tf 605 S15 for breach of the peace Katie May will leave for Clarks They notified the neighbors and a Dec Wheat 64 64 64X ing manifested The meetligs will Parcel of laridin Gracey to B J Co vs Hattie ville on a visit to morrow V Eugene Cordier search was made for her until Sep ty Corn 33 3 be continued for some time 34 Wall 420 Cordier Co continued Mr A M Wallis has returned about daylight Some of the search Â¬ Dec Corn 33 34 34 House and lot in Hopkinsville 6ri Liquor License Granted Remember the riairie Arnold Sept Oats from a visit to his daughter Mrs ing party went to Mr 20 20 S0 Jackson street to Peter Postellf Place to get your fine Merchant Krentzs well for water and found Sept Pork 9 35 E Y Pool Co granted license Marlovv in St Louis 9 47 9 47 300 Tailoring is by Fowright Paits fa i retail spirituous vinous and 5 47 5 42 Mrs W S Stevens of Mayfield the top off and her stockings lying Sept Lard 5 45 Tract of land containing 709 madd20for 3 5 7 and Suits 14 malt liquors at Gracey Ky- with is visiting her son Mr Gus K near the platform of the well They Sept Ribs 5 42 5 45 - 5 40 15 West acres on Nashville road ear Cas Â¬ New- Era office 7th street opposite got a rope and a pair of grab hooks Sept Wm H Sjms as surety Stevens at Mrs Lucy Ellis wheat puts 64 calls 64 ky no bid and got her out but there were no In Police Court Now Vork Stocks and Cotton Miss May Pyle goes to Gracey this Court at Murray Tract of land on Horse Creek signs of life Joe West was fined 5 for drunk- - evening to spend a few days with Opg Higt Closing North Christian 166 acres to R in Mr W R Howell left yesterday Mrs Krentz was a daughter of P L her aunt Mrs A W Meacham enness Am Tob 1 21 22tf 1 23 Turney anil Dorcas Smith 50ti ivi iuunujf vu uv jjickuhl aw- me Esq J Andy Boydandwas a mem- Chicago 9 99 99 Gas Mr G R Pierce has returned ber of the Presbyterian churchNo Worms This Year Tract of land 103 340 acres six summer session of Circuit Court 1 07 CB 1 06tf Q 1 06j from the Herman camp meeting that begins to day and will con- Â¬ i She leaves no children miles east of Hopkinsville Hear 54 54 N L 53 The almost entire absence of to-- which bas been been in progress tinue for three weeks i The funeral services were held Edwarcf s Mill to Lafftyefte Boales 1 07 1 07 Manhattan 107 bacco worms is causing comment for ten days thiB morning at Bennettstown by 1144 VOBLXA Sugar in all parts of the county It is lk39 Miss Ethel Dulin who has been Rev I G Joiner and the body was A Tim Kted YwHawjUjKars Bwbt House and lot on Campbell St Bean the 25 said they were never known to be on a vist to Mr E H Andersons taken for interment to Montgomery Coal Irpn 25tf J T Hanbery 442 so scarce One farmer who lias 27 family returned home to Madison county Tennessee i Wheat ChicagoIUecelptB To day Cars were acres says only two worms 185 IT vz ville this morning found on his entire crop in worming Corn 502 Cars 7 r Mr Frank B Richardson has HEAT AND GENERAL DRYNESS Oats it over last week Dr J D Clardy 403 Cars who has been raising tobacco since left Hot Springs and is coming IlccelpU To morrow KallmiUotl t m IV home He has been down with in- Â¬ riany Storms of Wind and Thun- Â¬ Wheat S185G says he has never seen an235 Cars ything like the scarcity of worms termittent fever for three weeks der With Llitle Rain H Corn 760 Cars He has seen only three worms this 465 Cars Oats Mrs G F Brannon of Owens year and not a single fly boro who has been here on a pro- Â¬ Hicks in his August forecast Hogs v 22000 Of course this makes the farm tracted visit to her fathers family sums up the situation about Hog Mnrlzot asfol Xwork much lighter and insures a returned home this morning lows Hogs To morrow 22000 i line crop of tobacco C4 f 395 On and touching the 4th and 5th Light Mr J W Howe of Cairo 111 40 VrV who has been the guest of his cou- Â¬ there will be a perceptible reaction Mixed A White Fiends Crime i 405 sin Mr C R Clark for several to storm conditions and there will Heavy i Tillman Brake age 27 is under Total Clearance days left forhis home this after be a marked increase in the amount i arrest for assaulting and attemp- Â¬ noon and intensity of litrhtnintr and Wheat and Flour Exp 2020Q0 bus to murder Mrs Floyd a widow ting at and very close to aged 33 6l Marion Tenn in Mont- Â¬ Mrs Geo E Gary and little thunder Change to higher TWENTY COLORED RECRUITS these dates gomery county The woman re daughter returned home this morn- Â¬ and modifications of stam Â¬ borometer iftfsed to marry Brake who had ing from Bowling Green where Mrs Gary has been visiting her mer heat will pass over the country Recruiting Office Still Open on been working for her as a farm in the interior between the 5th and Seventh Street He picked a mother Mrs Hardin hand for two months Miss Jennie Jordan of Bowling 8tht he ktime when she was alone when FOR THIS From about the 12th to 15th bar j Rcgimentarclerk GeoH Keller WEEK tripped her and after assaulting Green who has been visiting her ometric conditions will change col arrived in the city Saturday iier beat her with a ilat iron crush- brother Mr Wm Jordan the jew- Â¬ ing her skull and inflicting injuries eler received a message this morn Â¬ Westerly cooler winds will set in morning to secure recruits for the almost necessarily fatal Both ing calling her home to attend the and fair weather will prevail in Tenth cavalry now in the field at From Santiago Cuba bed side of her sister Mrs L Rice most parts of the country parties are well connected Willow calf hand sewed 500 shoes for - - 399 He opened an office on Seventh who is very low and Miss Jordan the 16th to 18th falls a reactionary time of disturbance Bankruptcy Referees j street and up to 7 oclock this after will leave this afternoon fM Vici kid all silk op hand sewed 500 shoes for 399 There will probably ensue a noon had secured 20 men1piaskfol- - Five referees in bankruptcy for The following parties are reg- Â¬ chance to cooler weather imme Â¬ kvsj Kentucky under the new United istered at the Phopnixto day CS Vici kid silk vesting iop hand sewed 400 shoes for 299 Wm Haughton FrankiMayMr States Bankrupticy Act were ap Â¬ Coleman Bennettstown W G Fox diately behind the disturbancea JolTnWprmMl ending about the 18th but the high Arthur Boyd pointed by Judge Barr of the Uni- Â¬ and J F Dixon Howell J A Vici kid kid top hand sewed 400 shoes for - 350 RickettB iftfljgasT ted States District Court Satnrday Dixon Trenton M A Mason F temperature will return and spread Jas Clair LeavcllWm Perkins St Major Garnett J H Williams county J over most of the continent during They are Vici kid silk vest top hand sewed 350 shoes for 299 FLuthcr Drake the storm period running from the Darwin Bell E Stone Herndon G H Stone tfohn B Baskin Louisville J Malcolm Yeaman Henderson Vr Julien J P Bell and Douglass 20th to 24th A general low bar- Â¬ Lewis Mills jClarencc ONeil Vici kid kid top hand sewed 350 shoes for TV Richard Hardin 299 Bell Bell J T Garnett Casky D ometer will be reported progress Â¬ John Taylor Emmet W Bagby Paducah Albert Dade S Mat Campbe r i Gen Daniel W Lindsey Frank Â¬ H Armstrong Cerulean W II ing from west to east during the y jr Alex Sivel M period signs of brewing storms will Jno Thompson fort Rudy Morganfield John LcwJh multiply and about Monday 22nd Arthur Cotnar Martin W Durrett Covington Five others were examlnedbnt to Thursday 25th many stormdof HEBREW PICNIC wind thunder and rain will trans- Â¬ failed to pass fir Downer the Purchaser I Clerk Keller thinks he yHll se- About two weeks ago the Ken Clnrksville Fxcurslon Entertained pire cure at least 10 more by to morrow Reactionary storms or storm con Â¬ tuckian mentioned the private sale at Campbells Cave ditions will return about the 27th1 when Lieut W T Johnson will ar gf the Withers building on Ninth to and Main streets to parties not The Jewish residents of this city 28th and 29th This implies that it rive mustdr them in and send the recruits to the front evere known The1 deed has been lodged to the number of about forty enter- Â¬ will turn much warmer disturbances especially on the New Scenery for the OperaHouse nininrj n for record and if transpires that tained about the same number of seas and coasts may reasonably Mr and Mrs R W Downer of visitors from Clarksvillc with a pic- Â¬ THKNi I Mr R II Holland sproprietor of Pembroke were the purchasers nic at Campbells Cave Sunday be apprehended as the month goes 1A1L1J KfllMU out Through August and Septem Â¬ Hollands Opera House lias closed the price paid being 12000 The day was spent most pleasantly a trade with Sosmn Landis of SCBHSf at that delightful picnic place ber heat and general drynesswill phicago for a full outfitr of new Adjudged a Lunatic of good eating was a feature he the rule especially in sections to scenery Plenty v for the fall season The the andnorth Mrs Mary Falwell Campbell of the day A scenery will be ready for shipment late of Loujsville was adjudged of by September the first- - The opera Will go to Housekeeping unsound mind Saturday and sent Viola Snortou a colored girl 18 Mr and Mrs J Nick Thomas house will also have a new mana Â¬ years of age died jn the city last to the asylum night of fever Funeral scrYicca Will shortly go to housekeeping in ger next season Mr Thomas H 1000 on held at the Virginia Street Baptist Mrs K F Win f roes cottage on Jihinis having superseded Mr John WANTED TO LOAN 1 St llrst class real estate security HI to church this afternoon by Eqv Wil West 15th street Mrs Wlnfree B Galbreath liams and intermaat at tb East will move to Todd county to take 3 years Apply to -- 30 X-head yoMf cattliaad U charge of a school cemetery U WW Cows for V W VQWl i i- - Chickamauga Aug 1 Spec Â¬ An interesting niarHage ocr ial curred in this city SuudayV The groom is a membor of Company A Fifth Illinois Infantry and gave his name as J F Reynolds LrL DDD of Denver Col The bride was Miss Alice K Larned of Ann Arbor Mich a nurse grad Â¬ uate of Grace Hospital Detroit Mich and at present employed at Leiler Hospital Two deaths occurred at Leiter Hospital F Savagc Company D Ninth Pennsylvania Whose remains were shipped to his former home at Reading and Edt Wert Second Ohio Infantry whose remains will be sent to his family atGallion O to morrow Private Lawson of the Second Arkansas who was killed at the rifle range Saturdayt was buried yesterday in the National Ceme- Â¬ Pofl July 31 SpciaU1 road supervisor Mr Durham in come back on our roach tr u 2 dur r6ka last Spring It raitfad 6 - 1 ut Â¬ w I fc - - I I i Â¬ 25f - 139139 - 04 -- V CtH Â¬ - Special IN- Pricis I wen s Tan Shoss Â¬ -- t - r- Broken at 150 lots of Tan Shoes 2 and 250 inn sh wt FOR mm GO t PETREi It