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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o Sf VtxMti tt J zt kl i Tatar trtvwflPK Sped at isvilhvKys Aug r VR t Partly jpfwudy weather lo nlght uM Wed nesday -- P i bJ - F VOL JH -- NO 83 WF W HOPKINSVILLE KX TUESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST i SP We Set The Pace 2 1898 TV PRICE 2 CENTS V V MANILA Now On the Point ily advancing1 it is expected that themovement against San Juan will bo slowas the army will wait for thorough equipment and suilicient force to leave no doubt as the result of tliefcampaign Gen Miles has report- ¬ The troops ed ihe arrival of Gcrt Schwan witha part of his brigade J left Tampa July 20 on the Cherokee fftl r s m CITY May Surrender Before Miles Gets There San Juan is Blockaded and Ready to dive Up St Thomas Danish West Indies August 2i Special The United States and French consuls are conferring in regard to the sur- ¬ render of G ov Machias at San Juan Porto k The Eagle Swoops Agajh And Captures- - a Spanish Steamer The Spanish schooner Do- ¬ lores of sixty tons loaded with corn and provisions and bound for Pro gresSo Mexico for Batabano has been added to the list of war prizes She was captured by the gunboat Eagle near Corrientes Bay a week ago and Was brought in yesterday byEnsign Craven The Badger whick took lief prizeto Tortugas a few days ago is still there awaiting orders Her prizes are a barge a brig- and tow boat which were trying to get fromrNeuvitas to Havana Three hun drcd and eiyrhty two sick and woundedSpanish soldiers some of whom have lost legs and arms are aboardjjthe prices which are held in quar r antine f - Key West Fla August of Starvation Situation Bad and Growin Worse Daily Manila via Hong Kong Aug 2 Special Tlie city of Manila is in a most precarious condition Gaunt famine stalk abroad and the people are in a state of utter wretch- ¬ S-rThe Ameri- edness 3e Z3aS lj Ik Columbia Went Ashore In the Harbor of Ponsay A A- fT Mr LLr TUK MOKTERET Merritt is awaiting the arrival of the Mon- ¬ terey now expected in about a week before beginning the assault or demanding Oapt G en Augustis surrender There are now nearly 12000 American troopsliere of whom 5000 are camping at Cavitei v1hev others are convenient to the city The insurgents are becoming more and more threatening and thev are causing far more concern han the Spanish v cans have not yet at ¬ tacked the city G en - SaiS THE COLUMBIA Spe Porto Ricp Aug2 ten com flal Cl llulings with panics of the Sixteenth Pennsylva- ¬ nia ha5 occupied Juan Diaz about eight miles northeast qf Ponce on the road to San Juan The Ameri can ilij was raised and greeted with jrreat enthusiasm by the pop- ¬ ulace The protected cruiser Co- ¬ lumbia went ashore while attempt- ¬ ing to enter the harbor of Ponce but it is expected she will be rPoncL u Rico San Juan is effectively blockaded by the New Orleans the Puritan the Dixie and the G loucester Gen Miles forces are occupy-¬ ing the interior of the island and it will be on-¬ ly a question of days when the city will be invested closely by land and sea Heavy Reinforcements r M Si floated to day V Cable communication has been operation for several days f opened i but the line will not be in full Will Be Sent to Merritt Special San Francisco Aug 2 It is reported that 25000 addi- ¬ tional troops will be sent to Manila as quickly as possible They will embark from either Portland Oregon or Seattb Washington i a Alarm at Washington For ji 1 i Spains Sad Financial Pligh- tHer Bonds Only Worth 37 Cents - Is the- War Says - The Safety of Gen Merritt Special Washington Aug 2 Assistant Secretary Meiklejohn to Gen Merritt at Manila The says all troops necessary will be sent situation in the Philippine islands is daily growing more critical for the small American force there Washington AugSpecial Those who are familiar with the financial situation in Spain have anticipated trouble over the settlement of the Cuban debt Under the terms of peace proposed by President McKinley theSpanish government will be compelled to assume the en tircbondcd indebtedness of both Cuba and Porto Rico which amounts to over 600000000 Besides losing- these important colonies the Span iards will have to pay their debts Most of the money was borrowed to put down insmfreqtions The customs revenues have usually been suf ¬ ficient to pay the interest and th Spanish people have not felt lhe bur- ¬ The Special 2 den But now in addition to the enormous cost of the war they will be he be- ¬ compelled to add 600000000 to their bills payable with an annual in- ¬ over An is terest charge of not less than 25000000 whfch alone will absorb nearly lieves moment Spain all the revenues of the government will be declared f About one half of the Cuban debt is held in France The remainder yields peace conditions It will he re lias been placed in Spainvthrough the Bankof Prance will proposition membercd that representatives of theSpanish bondholders inParis Commission can madeMespeafe efforts to prevent the war and had the benefit of the cease is in Morton August Belmont and several upon The services oJj Spanish bonds have decreased in other influential American bankers session value about one half since the war begfan and are now quoted at 37cents k Diagram itton the dollar but it is absurd to expect that Spain will ever recover CabinetWants sumcienuy o pay uie principal wnen ner normal revenues in gouu nines k will not even meet the interest The Spanish government has repudi Of Peace Proposition atqd its bonded indebtedness three times and its creditors are aware There- - that it would be perfectly willing to do soagain if necessary Special The Cabinet Council sat until late last Madrid Aug A dispatch was then sent to Vnslr i fore it will be natural for them to look to the Onited States for some sort evening discussing the peaceterm- of guaranty of the payment At these obligations which were issued as a ington for further explanation of ime difficult points No other government lieu upon thex revenues of Cuba and Puerto Rico When the replies are received the CabmetJl reassemble is interested and if the French Embassador is made a couir but France Senor Sagasta the Premfcir confirmBUieJportthat somViiiocli- Spain has not been tications of the original terms have been obtained xnissioner of peace complications may be avoided rr able to borrow a cent in England Germany or Holland for many years --- the President Jix An Armistice Liable to Be A Joint The Next Step Commission Will Meet in London - jce-Presjdent Washington August President statethis afternoon that that the war practically the armistice Lee and Brooke Will Govern ofthe and accents the Mlitary operations then In Cuba and Porto Rico agree until a Peace now Cabinet Washington Aug 2 If peace negotiations are hiiccesu1 our army the detalis of Washington Aug 2 Special rEverything is now being consid- ¬ ered as iE peace had already been declared The Spanish American commission to decide the future or the Philippines will meet in London Preparations are being made lor the government of Cuba after the conclusion of peace The Cuban debt iiiusl be assumed by Spain but Spain objects to paying damages to American citizens a 4 the v ii Sasv Sailing In Porto Rico The People Welcome the Invaders Madrid Predicts Peace J s 4j kv- - v Within the Next Two Weeks Paris Aug 2r Special0 A P Temps from give a graphic Spec at cablegrams oWBliington Aug 2 Special i accept tlje terms TTiiatitlWelievedthcSpani8hGQvenuiKMitiviil description otne manner in which the American army is received in Pprt Rico Tlualnml to becoming Amercan with the advance of our immediately after ofTicial assent is jrvn to them and that hostilities thAnCilteb troops The Americans are welcomed everywhere and the people Join wil be suspended j f that peace UuntlHffBwn thepaniards xVt Yauco the mayWjip In cpnclivsioiithe dispatch Wth jjiein in Will DC an nccompiifriieu iuei umum viiywawfipi vjysrociammion weicommg mmerican ruie u tnu o Anierlc is professing lpyilij the ton Thv prefjH H iSy 1 aW SSpccial Ponce Porto Rico viVrt Tbuni6 jjtSpanisS dsare concentratingWSan Juan uTul it has becn reportedVto Madrid Aug 2 SpecialrCapt Genr Machias cables his home Thi second part of den Mijes army has iinived off Samanco Bay on government that the American fleet is pf Sau Juan and he is moinen n MJliitlmt thev are fortify inat Albenito in the route of OUr M- i I htL Tlfill xl vm itarily expeetiug the city to be attacked j nrtrn mYi v Z21 nlWliL winle our liiiea are- vsreau- - vv Vwif 1nni wok v if n i special dispatch Vtp the- aji si-i Wlp - sayts tharalbii y M A not less than 500b0 will besient to Cuba this fa1 The crmy will be command ofMaj Gen Lee and its principal duty will be to estab- ¬ under lish law and order in the island Owing to the danger from j ellow fever the movement of these forces is not expected to begin until the middle of September or the first of Oc- ¬ tober In the meantime ten of the immune regiments will be sent to Cuba The army of occupation will constat almost entirely of vohtnteers Since the beginning of the war the President has contemplated bending Gen Lees Experience in Cuba GeiU Lee to Cuba as MilitaryGovernor and his knowledge of Cuban character especially fits Him ior fie posi tibn Whether or not he Vill govern the whole of the island or confine hisjuribdiction to Havana Province canuot at present be stated The to take the field volunteer forces are now in condition The President and Secretary Alger realiwnrthe desire of the men for active service will select for this campaign tf far as possible regi ¬ ments which have not seen the enemy but which have for months lived a monotonous life Forces will probably be fallen from Chickaniauga Juokbonville and Camp Aler The army of occupation will be scatteredover the whole island oc ¬ cupying under trusted officers theprincipVfiwUh and cities Military rule will be established in Cuba When thenatives establish their gov ¬ ernment and show rheirability 1o prppevlyv onduct the affairs of the Hovv long this will be no one cap island the troops wjillbe withdraw it may provimecessary to keep an armed force for years to say ijnd come The same courbe will be pursued in Purlo Rlco Gen Brooke It istsoid will be given the management of the affairs of that island 1 99 tttJs fo T fcW m ft t Wfc rf 41 K f f sisii a 12 4ty km JtfJM JliL iifeiWMgwjiiiiiiiii 0i1immUim ii ft TOHAfWWW 3 ftfoe Wnilt rubl shed every cVchltitf ejccfcpt Sutiitay CXAM funtuefctan Jbjn Delivered by carriers to all parU of THE VOLUNTEERS at WILIM REAL ROBINSON 2 iyTlie Keiituckian 1 Yjear Antl UieNew MntliewiiflkfcwlnfrMAohiiate WwJf i FEBB in in lhclty X XIACXAX SIS 8 Maia 85 10 CXT VXX WJUCX Did the Fighting 10 Ki - I 1 HOT it the Yuco - StTMOlUTTZOir XATM Skirmish100 Pkr8 AfoNTUs Pkr Month in Advance in ADVANdx 100 PkrYkAb in Advance Pm Wkek ESTATE AGENT ABSTRACTS OP TITLE MADE Money loaned at 6 per cent on first class real estate for a term of 5 years Wo hnvo for sato somo of tho Iiob building lots in tho city hud on terms to suit- purcliHBora Prices innging from 20 to 3000 Thoy are located We in nearly ovory part of tho city also havofbrBjile forms in this and adjoining oountion Theeo farms arc owned by parties who wish to sell Below is a partial list of them - FOR Modem ONLY- - Kit Ii Sown f f iL vie V r i I I Ik i hk f m n n Stood Their around Under Span THE BANKRUPTCY LAW The battleship Texas has arriv- ¬ in ed at Ncv York and goes to Brook- ¬ ish Fire Like Hardened The new bankrupt law went into J lyn navy yards for repairs Mv effect August 1 but it cannot be en- ¬ Veterans forced until referees arc in office The Mayor of Ponce was im- ¬ ready for business prisoned by the Spaniards for sink ¬ When the would be bankrupt Special ing Yankee Doodle makes his application he is re- ¬ Washington Aug 2 Last Tuesdays good little skir ¬ or- ¬ quired to deposit 25 in cash in We might as well stop long ¬ der to pay the referee and clerk mish in front of Yauco has the disnow to decide whether enough right Then the refereetakes charge of tinction of being the first battle vo- ¬ itlis Porto Rico or Puerto Rico his business and settles it for him of the war fought ctHirely by company of regulars A lunteers The Cincinnati Enquirer is about after taking out the amount allowed arrived on the battlefield after the in which the the only paper in the whole country by the law of the State He turns every fight was won but the Spanish thafc persists in spelling Manila bankrupt lives things into cash pays the money had run away and the regulars with a double ell out to the creditors and when ev¬ had no part in the fun The Gth Il- ¬ M post ot htfrior in the Gen Brookes forces have pass ¬ erything is gone he gives the bank ¬ linois had the for it jumped into the scrim- ¬ ed around to the South side of the rupt a clear receipt againstall his fight of the Gth Massachu island and are arriving one after debts not forgetting to remunerate mage ahead setts and Capt McGraths compa ¬ another and disembarking troops himself with 1 per jeent of thcUotal proceeds which is all ho gets in ny of Illinois boys was the first to at Ponce get work Gen Garretson was in addition to the fee of 10 The troops have been command Mines placed by the Spaniards Private Arthur Draper a son of ambushed by a considerable force have been removed and the railroad between Ponce and Guauica is now Gen VVm F Draper Ambassador of Spanish cavalry which began in the hands of Americans who are to Italy has been made a lieuten ¬ firing on them at closSe range1 The ant for gallantry in the little scrap gritty volunteers nevsr turned a operating it hair but moved steadily in posi- ¬ at Guanica last Tuesday tion by direction of their officers Tliere will be a general emigra There have been five deaths from while under the fire of the unseen tiohwith Porto Ricb as the object ivepofait as soon as peace is de- ¬ typhoid fever in the Porto Rican enemy As soon as the proper for- clared All sorts of development army most of them on tlie trans- ¬ mation was secured thev answered companies are already being fora ports but yellow fever hasnot put the fire of the smokeless Mausers ged alkover the East with their smoky and antiquated m an appearance Spriugfield rifles standing to the Gen Garret One in This County CobColsons Fourth Kentucky work like veterans Rogiment js notlikely tosee service son handled his men well and the There is to be a novel gathering Alt soldiers not intended tor armies at Philadelphia this week The Illinois troops charging under of occupation- are quite likely to be annual Grand Army encampment Maj Darling with the Massachu- ¬ mustered out of service in ten days is to be held as usual and the sur- ¬ setts boys going in after them as if unci peucu is ucciareu vivors of Gen Picketts Confeder- ¬ they liked it pushed through the ate brigade who made that terrific cross fire of the ambush advanced Capl Gen Augusti has charge at Gettysburg on Cemetery to the very muzzles of the Spanish It lssaid jjoptified Admiral Dewey that he will ridge will be the guests of the oc- ¬ rifles and compelled the enemy to surrender Manila as soon as he can casion Until the charge of the turn tail and run for it being com- ¬ y do so honorably This is con- - rough riders at Santiago Picketts pletely Tepulsed and driven more strued to mean that only a mere assault upon the union enthrench than a mile show of resistance will be made Four Spaniards were killed and ments at Gettysburg has ranked No one was with the highestexhibitious of cour- ¬ many were wounded Miss Marguerite Long the Se- ¬ age in American history and the killed on the American side and ¬ cretarys daughter who has been Grand Army posts of Philadelphia but two officers and two men slightin the serving as a war nurse which contain many veterans who ly wounded Brooklyn hospital has become resisted that attack feel it an hon- ¬ f worn out from overwork and will or as well as a pleasure to be their Dispatch One Pounders Post take a months rest of the survivors of Pick- ¬ hosts All etts brigade have been invited and Mny all tho signals wigwag peace Gen Jose Garcia is the Spanish from seventy to one hundred are exThe wnr cannot bo closed too quick commander in the vicinity of Ponce pected Their hotel bills will be ly Let UB8oe whut a Day will bring but his army has been so depleted paid and they will be entertained forth by desertions that only about 500 for a week by their former antago- ¬ Uncle Sam will feed the Cubans so remain This Garcia must not be nists One of these veterans Capt fat that they will notfeel agile ouough confounded with the Cuban General Cadwallader of Carl lives in this to fight him of the same name county With all the litMJMm- ruvemuina rni k j jluu j icnflt monoy nrnH ie UHUO m i -- v n m r rata tut ilm over mammicr f u uui Mltl rrk li ji j m v r ritnilitiis simpiouuraoio Tirrlif Iiniuloaif Wl J fj 10 yonre A TfiiTJ wnwuuj nrainfa ut Ufantt tnn novv m Mnchino for for t 21 n rl 41 - A Fine Farm near Kennedy nnd freight prepaid Well improved good land wellwa tcred and timbered 180 acrep 5400 Price A Farm of 350 acres on Butter Cnnh must accompany orders ¬ BVROlVlCATUniU Ave and orto half fnelica hlch Tho Head and ono half lnohcn long lliMldo and measurement TlilRlsas high as any fnmlly mauhlno Two thirdB in fine timber good im with he made andormuut not he confounded so called hlRharm ma medium provements woll watered 8J miles chines Tho head plato gets Into orjevel with the table from tho city Big bargain The Needle Is straightself ncllng flat on 900 Price tnoalde and cannot be sotjwroii k The ShuttlolH open on the end cylinder Farm of 106 acres onButlcr Road lliftpe and cbaolutcly neIMhrcfuliiiK ThenearltiRaAroall steel well fitted aud Three and ono half miles from the ittdjustablo BeU hrcadlng city well improved good orchard lng and no hole toThe machine sclfthirad put tho thread through except the eye of tho ncedlu ruu never faihug water positive In action and has no The Feed Is Price 1750 dprlngs togetout of order Automntlo Bobbin Winder Will wind A farm of 20 acres on same road Dobbin as smooth as on a spool of thread the TlieStltoh Is double loolc stitch Tho same 8 miles from tuo city well improvand will not A good poultry or market gar on both sides shortened from ravel toJan bo ed lengthened or eight thirty stltohea to the lnoh den farm in good neighborhood TheTenslon Is a flat sprln tension and ad j nstablc to all sizes of thread 400 Price Hand Wheel Is nlcklo plated and has n Farm of 75 acres on Greenville looso wheel attaohed to operate bobbin- - winder 1 milk Road clht Ta Road Six mileB from the city Tho very best place in the neighborhood - ard and in a fiuo state of repair Price 650 A timber good water buildings orch- The Movement Is tho celebrated eccentric movements positive in action and fewer work lng parts than any machine on the market Uho Stand Has laigo balance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers Tho treadle Is largo and hang3 In cono centers and all lost motion can be taken up asters undercooh ond and can be easily moved A nice dress guard over without running machine fourhemmcrs binder qullter foot hemmer and feller undor braider and Blieeror oil can and oil two orow drivers six bobbins paper or needles thumb screw guago and book of directions Tho Furniture Is woll inado highly pol ¬ ished nnd decant in appearance All these machines wlllbo sent out with oak furniture unless walnut is specified Kaoh machine has a lock to tbo drawers and covor nlco nickel plato drop rings to all drawers All moohinos arc well packed and crated HEAD OUU UUAKANTKE Tho New Mathows Machine Is warranted 10 years from date of purchase and thirty days trial of It Itporfcot and entire satisfaction is not given the mnohlno may bo reshlpped to to us at our expense and th monoy paid us will bo refunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what ¬ ever in purchasing tho Now Mathows Machine You havo thirty days trial of it in your own home and it for any roanon you should Wish to return tho machine it may eo shlppod to us at our expense and tho money will bo re funded AH communications regarding the New Mathews Mnohlno should bo addressed to ¬ wlictl to keep dress from getting on wheel Atiaohracnts Aro the famous Johnsons sot In a tin box and consists of tuokor rufller V h9 CHAS At MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine This machiuo is manufactured with tho view of supplying a long felt want to wit A Modern High arm first elasB Sewing Maehino with nil lato acres near Elmo improvements and of firBt olaB9 material aud good workmanship including Twenty acres of timber the remain the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instruc All tions accompanies every machine ing in high state of cultivation the buildings in good condition very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 ¬ ¬ splendid neighborhood Price 100 2200 acres 5 Miles From City on Russellville Pike ¬ Well improved 15 acres of timber near church and Behool Price 1800 136 acres on Ducker Mill road 65 acres of bottom land 2 good houses 2 barnB well watered 15 acres balance in ono aud 2 years at 6 per cent The boat farm in tho neighborhood 500 cash RELIABILITY r timber Price is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these They care little for truth days of yellow journalism and a great deal for temporary sensation It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD The success of THE RECORD rests upon Its reliability It prints the news all the news and tells the truth about it It is the only American newspaper outside New York city that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service and its own staff correspondents and artists at the front in both hemispheres It is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world Its war news service is unapproachably the best Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier 1100 8 Wi A Philadelphia man jumped into the sea at Atlanta City and com- ¬ mitted suicide in the presence of several hundred persons Many of the ladies threw chairs and such things to him but he meant busi- ¬ ness and went down the last time without changing his mind The Porto Ricans at Ponce says a war correspondent grew hys in their cheering when terical Gen Miles appeared from admira- ¬ tion produced by the sight of this distinguished looking general The correspondent unfortunately fails to tell us what effect the Ge- ¬ nerals good looks had on the ladies Admiral Diederichs the German commander at Manila has made a peace offering to Admiral Dewey Per- ¬ in the shape of a live beef is a delicate way of let- ¬ haps this ting Admiral Dewey know that he will steer clear of him in the future Mrs Lotta Small-Jackson-Ford Another Military Romance The elopement of Miss Marie Ty- ¬ ler Sanders of Brooks Staticin with Capt John Patrick of Breath- ¬ itt county furnished a surprise to her many friends in Louisville Monday It was a rjomantic sequel to an ardent couitship The only objection to the marriage was the youth of the bride she being under age Capt Patrick is a sterling young man He holds a commission in the Fourth Kentucky regi- ¬ ment as commander of Company D He is a lawyer by profession and was County Attorney when he en ¬ listed for the war ¬ Evangelist Smalls daughter who is to make her debut as an actress She says she will wear this fall tights whenever her role demands Although only twenty four them years old she has been twice di- ¬ vorced Three Prospective Nominees Three oftheRepublicanCongress ional conventions in Kentucky will be held this month The Fourth meets at Elizabethtown August 3 the Eighth at Nicholasville August 8 and the Second at Hawesville August 29 As nearly as can be predicted now the probable nomi- ¬ nees are Charles Blanford in the Fourth J W Caperton in the Eighth and W T Fowler in the Second None of them will have much chance of election as the dis- ¬ tricts are all Democratic by good round majorities What with tho little Kings raeaBleB aud hor other outbreaks Spain is in a very bad way Geu Fred Grant will have to wait for the nest war to prove tho heredity of military genius Battery A may be firing salutes to the peace before it has au opportune ty for any other sort of cauuouado DonCarloB ought to bo ashamed of conspiring against tho little King of Spainwhile the child has the measles The Carlists are represented us eager to begiu guerrilla warfare This seems to bo about the only sort of fightiug Unit tho Spaniards of to day can do The agony of tho Spanish Horaldo newspaper over tho fact that so few Americana havo been killed in pro- ¬ portion to tho number of Spaniards slain is peculiarly Spanish Besides theso wo have other farniB for 6ale and will take pleasure in showing any of thorn to parties wish ing to buy burvoy8 riats aud Ab Btructs of title furnished all puruhas era Now is the time to Duy roaj - v estate within located For sale a good first class board ing houBO at Dawson Springs Will sell on euBy terras or exchange for good notes Tho owners business compels him to reside elsowhore Bits About porto Rico 80 aero ranch well improved near San Diego Cal Will exchange for Porto Rico was discovered by Col property in Christian couuty Ky umbus in 1493 well ¬ ¬ ing hotel at tho famous Dawson Springs Will sell at a bargain or exchange for improved farming land right men For sale or exchange a good one 175 acres one 65 ucres All milo Illinois Central R It Will sell at bargains and on easy Hero are fortunes for the tQfms pay¬ Throe tracts of conl lands two of the mines partially developed Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest qual ity One tract contains 000 acres ¬ We read the war news in the other papers then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to see how much of it is true i Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received by all postmasters Address THE CHICAGO RECORD 181 Madison street Chicago pASB RICHARDS l Sara Belle Wharton Born to the Wife of Mr Geo Wharton ot Cadiz on the 29th ultimo a girl Mrs Wharton was Tennessee Han Breaks the Record TIMETABLE- formerly Miss Mary Henry of ky Pages Casky The daughter has been mothers-in-la- have been written about ISiTqctive much of which no No 831 No 373 No 802 JC named Sara Belle Acom J doubt is untruetbutfew chroniclers livIIopKlnavlllo dolly dally Acom dally Hobson Hat Bands have been called upon to announce aiopm 4 80 pm LvHopVlnsvllleGG0am ment in Figaro 808 n m otUStirnO IS ii Lit- ¬ the marriage of mothern law to A r Prinnntnn Hobsons fame is complete vuopjn Ar uonaornon lt Of half a dozen statesmen in tle girls and boyB even young la- ¬ 800 pm ArKvanuvlllo luoupm Germany and France who know the dies at the seashore arenow Such a thing happenecUSaturday Ar Louisville limam 6iopm real causes of that war all are now wearing hat bands upon which his night says the NashvillcRBanner Arldduoah Ar Memphis Ksoiiu HlHam b 80ft m 7 Mpm Ar Nev Orleaus dead except myself In one of the No 833 No 301 rcsw1 No 855 I believe he is whenm j Holtpi well known forthcoming volumes of my history name is printed dally Arltopklnovlllo Acom Acom dally dly of the second empire I will give for the first hero to be so honored dent of the Twenty third district LvKvAiuvUlo 815ft m time the ful and true ac- ¬ Hat bands bearing the names of and Mrs Dora McCool were made Lv Henderson 0 09am the first a m 46 p ra 0 Princeton r count of the origin of the war All vessels In the navy have teen Com ¬ one at the home of the groom by Ly Hopkins vlllo 80 00 a m 12 60 p m 7 00 p m ao p m K 1 Ar say now is that if Bis mon for hat J may has yea but it has not been Rev John Gardner Mrs Holt orTrain NnTOw tontliroiiKliclinlroar and b1mw 1 In Nqw Qrleanu via Mwir to from ninrck had not altered the Ems tel plila egram ar wpuld not haye occurr- - customary to use the names of of who was a daughter of Mrn Mc XM8HiRWCKflAatiHopVlnYilUKyV i r Cool died four months ago eu i ficers in this manner The Paris Figaro says Bismarck was a very much hated man in France being one of two men held responsible fortheFranco Prussian war M Ollivier the other man held jointly responsible is still liv ¬ ing in Paris and made this state- ¬ w Porto Rico ranks fourth in tho greater Antilles having first place howovor in density of population and general prosperity In 1855 cholera carried off 30000 of the inhabitants Still its healthy The San Juan drainage systom is tboroughTho houses are all conuected with sowers which go under ground aud all empty into the Boa so that T thoro aro oven no gutters ¬ - William Robinson Agt Ky Office Webbertreet Hopkinsville BUILDERS CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN I C Building Materials a RAIHY -- Of All Kinds w Dec 111 Aer sfliyejis a ym son-in-la- w lime and cement r in our line call when you need anvfiiteg i v H i n A Pr vnuvj s CJ 8 D TOiTA D U kMLlrLDO nc KY J1 HOPKINSVILLE - V i 5f V K o I o ti n mttiJmlAimtimiiiti flkm BASEBALL y7 TUE FORTUIiTELLER in tn WMmMSKSBi 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2225 78e 26c 2c 53 45c 67e 50c 1318c dozSlB0180 - Did you evoriavoyour fortune iold ud tho whole secret of your life un¬ folded from bo palm of your hand It costs but SOceuts for a genernlout liho of your life While you are get ¬ ting it you are startled by tho close application of mnfly of the statements vyour owtn case Later when you think It over you realize how your vanity has been played upon by a clever woman Your oxperienco will bo like this ft is the life history of tho writer as revealed by his palm but it will fit any of his friends of his own age Ahl I see that early you had to make your own career That classes you right up with Napoleon and his set and makes you feel good Your logic is gtiod and you tliink many things which you do not say At first this impresses you as being peculiarly true or yourself but on afterthought who does not think more than ho says You have a good mind That pou will admit to yourself readily And you can say Or write your thoughts in a few words that are to tho point By this time you feel liko confessing to tho palmist thatyou aro a suppressed genius but aro too modest to own up She almost secms to read your thoughts as sho says Your life has been spent working for others What you have gained you havo had to share You did not have it all Of course not You havo had disappointments when you thought you had attained mccess you found it wa9 not so Again the lady is correct She tells you how brave you are Of course How much money you aro not going to make because you aro too honest What a great bulbous brain you rave Sho brings you back by making some horrible misstatement about your matrimonial and love af fairs and winds up by tellinc you that there aro happier times ahead John A Dillon Jr in St Louis Post-Dispatch 1 BBBflJBB8 11X II HB H B KB C ASTORIA iiiiiMiliri7iilnniiiiini1liliiii1iTninrmfi - m nr jSVcgctablcPrcparationfor P M Kind You Have fflSWoVS oOUHlll A t War XT - 9JL3mi i As- ¬ similating ttcTood Atulllcdula ling tlicStoraachs nndBowels of f M Bears the SJinrnaTiTno Cv WW uf i EBB m motNarcoxic MotkdUSJtt jinite Scrti JVJKWUTtt WCarionaltSoSai M WW il i EromotesTgcstionChcctful ncss andlstContaf ns neither OpiumMorpliln nor Mineral I iiu of ft Anr b y y vV ft ttiititmxniiuuirni fkapcofWErSXIfUIlfllfflEIl JbcStnna flitniSctd ffarificd Sugttr iiyrctn FUnzr tion Sour StomachDiarrhocff WormsConvulsfonsFevcrish ncss and LOSS OF SlEEP Tac Simile Signature oC Apcrfccf Ifcmcdy forConstipa li ftyf UM CL nu Kind - You lave HERE is no need for the people of Hopkins ville and neighboring towns to sub scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reliable war news ¬ V irewYORK Hvi L TmfmWMm mzmam jgimzmmi2SiLui EXACT UvVaww ri TatilSr I ick3j t it lm r WM COPrOF WBAEPEB ttit Always- - Bought 1 hM0 mvm m k M mm m i II mm m Bra i if The Daily j 11 i lUno THC CTNTAUH COMPANV NCWVORK CITY illfl Keniucia ctll S TelegraplL i M mttaSSSSSL s i ffOi J23asatt D ervice Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuekian is published every evening except Sunday and overy department of the paper is supplied with a new s vtl drain Clover per bushel Corn Wheat 7 Corn shelled Live Btock Hogs Sheep Cattle Calves t TAXATION IN MASSACHUSETTS No State Has Laws Thdt Are Mom Stringent or Arbitrary This fiimouB Kentucky SUMMER RESOJIT is now open for guests under S2 50300 3325 S2B0860 Lambs Hides and Furs Greon hides Green salted hidos Dry flint tf - 300325 100425 67c 1012c 7c 75c Vegetables New potatoes per bushel Cabbage per bond Watermelons Florida Flour Retail JPatout per bbl r Standard per bbl 85c 2535c 125 S3 75 55c - Ha- yClover per cwt Good TimothyBrau rotail Tomatoes Fancy per doz Choice pbrllbz Greon Corn Faricy dpz oars Chdicodoz oars i i - 70o 12o 20c 10c - V 10c 8c How to Please MrsGrundy as well as Your Sweetheart Who Got the Best of It Mrs Grundy has laid bo many restrictions upon the presents a man may A case where Greek met Greek ocmake to a girl who Mb just a very curred last week when two wolU good f flbridthat it is a relief todiscov known attorneys matched their wits er a novel gift of this sort indorsed by One represented tho interests of a cli- ¬ fashion and pretty in itself it is a eil- - ent injured in a railroad wreck and tho other the defendant corporation par cvolomotorand if thecrirl friend people r is anythiqg of a wheel woman bow Tho railroadcase andwero anxious to MR FM WHITLOW of Hopkinsvillc Ky is my soiicitor bo rid of tho instructed their many are not as a matter of fact attorney to try to effect a compromise Bho jb certain of being pleased Even W even to tho extent of paying 5000 W H Faxon W a WuEELun if mndemoisollo rides but iudifferontly The two attornoys mot by agreement present will not be tho matter was talked over and tho tho charm of the diminished in her eyes This will bo compromise made the attorney for r ono of the moat fashionable of gifts the road giving a check mado payable this siimnorand there is a bit of sou- - to nis colleague for 2C00 and the Grain Dealers 7timent in connection with it for as tho lattor having an entry of dismissal Tobacco Warehousemen Coniinission Mefcimnts it over ho makoB tho con mado in the case Several days after mnnhands FIr Proof Warehouse con nussEitfiirE And r it sts dlUon that tho gjrl must ride a cor ward tho two attorneys mot again whon tho railroad attorney said with f taiuimmber of miles and report to Hopkinsvillc Kyi a smile him whoa tho oyclometor registers got the better of you in that I that distance Thus he constitutes compromise Llbora Advance 011 Consignments AllTobacoo dent ug Oovorcd by Insurance ¬ No state in the union has a more illiberal all pervading system of tax- ¬ ation than Massachusetts and in no state is the administration of tax laws more stringent or arbitrary What Massachusetts fails to accomplish in the assessment and collection of taxes would therefore seem to be of little use f or any of the other states or tho federal government to attempt with any anticipation of success This Massachusetts system finds its fittest exemplification in the city of Boston and the officials who constitute its department of municipal taxation never indulge as the taxpayers well know in much sentiment in the dis- ¬ charge of their duties The representative of this board for many years never hesitated to say that he recognized but one principle and that was that in mat tors of taxation tho taxpayer had no rights which tho state was bound to respect and as chairman of a state commission winch somo years ago made a report to the legislature arid with the Declaration of Independ ¬ ence confronting him with its asser- ¬ tion that it is a self evident truth that all men aro endowed by their Cre ¬ ator with certain inalienable rights lie also gravely asserted that the in ¬ dividual person fii Massachusetts has no inalienable rights except that to his own righteousness Hon D A Wells in Popular Science Monthly n NEW management EverFriday Niglit During the Season ii ii A practical hotelmau hns been selected to direct affairs Special tit tontion given to tho cuisino Many improvements havo been mado in the botol and surroundings Hotel rales reasonahlo A pleasant tirao in store A splendid band of muBic in for you Rooms bright and woll ventilated attendance Grand Ball ADIIESS that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken ¬ service ESTABLISHED IN 1852 tucky SAMUEL HODGSON Importer and Alannfacturcr of ililPff m ni jg Daily delivered In the city IPS 110 Cts Per Week - itLri 3l i m 21 M KBBtllUn DlllE Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL C3iaiiite ¬ oiiuineiDLts Daily Daily Daily Semi One Month - - 35 - Three Months One Year Weekly Edition lOO 400 1 yr 200 - TAHL1LTS ETC I n The Kentuekian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained L m rJ a i Wheel Mills Co ¬ Subscribe Now And Get The News Send in yqur subscription by mail Call at the office in the Ken- tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 Address n l Demorosts Magozmo or AUguBt hlmsolf hor YhQeling guardian From in Thing Jlon Want to Know - Why do they litivo such noisy voilonce musio at tho exhibition To drowtf r fx Fliogcndf all commept I suppose rK The HoustonVille fair oflera palie of 10 foV the prettiest baby Blaottcr Banks In England and a premium of 5 for the ugliest niVin The ocintidn is evidently1 Great Britain and Ireland contains IN Tho city of San Juan of perhaps 40000 flpopulajion is eituatodou au island cobuoctied with the mainland by a bridge Its harbor is oua of three only which are safe at all times from a ground swell whiclrr6ftou broakB against the island cliAVwjth great How so Well my clients wore willing to give up 5000 Im sorry I didnt know that but I dont think you got so much tho bet ¬ tor of mo at that sooipg that my client has been dead these last twoyears Cincinnati Enquirer Quite Likely KENDR1GK -- PHorniBTous v RUNYON ov Gerttrat TobaccofWaiehouse Y tu y t GlarktMill I Tenniiiiee V j J Ve s Solicit the Patronage of Ail VvhoiTavc Tobacco rTo Sell ulias iif ivi a i ivioaonara i riijuslier r i i -- Free Storage to Sliipiicrs J P ll Cash AIyanclfi Mndq Tf on OonsignrnQiits rtiV trrting toincte arlot - CKBNDIUCK Sammun Tv TT WPHWW - - 1 - Jiff HOPKINSVILLE KY r V JK S4t -- WW UWFJ TWtJFWHIf Rf auttJfcjfcajgL -- - j W3 - Tj-ir o P 1 MMMIWH J PLEASANTLY By Mr and Tlrs ENTERTAINED lko Hart Last FUSIONISTS Three Silver Parties Will Agree ABOUT r 16000 DEA10CRAT5 IN CHARGE Evening Mrs and Mrs Ike Hart enter taincd last evening1 in honor of their guests Misses Lillian Wolfe and Is the Appraised Value of the Chairman of the Election Board Co Stock Alakes a Statement Richards The appraisers have finished the Again This Year work of invoicing1 the stock of Rich ¬ ard Co and have appraised the stock at 15000 to which is fabe Will Pool Their Forces and Unite added about 800 in accounts The assignee Mr R E Cooper has Upon a Fusion Ticket For not yet announced his plans lor the State Officers futuredisposition of the stock - J I V V n i i x t fort penitentiary from the old to the SKfRflW new officials was accomplished just Sclma Colin morning¬ after daylight yesterday There were a number of very enwith less friction and confusion tertaining features during the even ¬ than usually accompanies such ing events Warden Lillard Deputy Miss Wolfe who recites beauti- ¬ Warden Ed McGrath Clerk Stone fully rendered some very charming TO DAYS MARKET REPORT and all the guards were on hand recitations Miss Lillian Glenn 9 v Special guns and pistols of the old Lincoln Neb Aug- 2 also read a choice selection Mrs Corrected Dully lly Hen Itiiwllnn Hunker The guards Were invoiced and placed Max Moayon who had charge of The allied silver forces of Ne and Hroker Holklnnvlllu Kjr a4 in the hands of the new guards the muBic sang several very highly braska are in session here to day who took their places about the OIiIciirii Atnrlcot Three separate and distinct con- ¬ appreciated solos ventions were organized at noon Opg Hig t Closing yard and shops About 12 oclock an elegant When it came to counting1 the spread concluded the entertainment the Democrats the Populists and Cash Wheat is a Sept Wheat 64 64 prisoners the old officers counted 65 and toasts were responded to by Silver Republicans There 64 64 n 1406 while the new ones counted MX Messrs Joe Metz Max Mendel and good deal of rivalry but no discord Dec Wheat only 1405 This created a hitch 33 32 and the full State ticket will be put Sept Corn others for a few minutes Until one of the 33 33 33 out by the fusion forces Dec Corn were Those present old guards suddenly remembered It is the universal opinion that Sept Oats 20tf 20tf 3 MISSES 9 40 35 9 17 that one poor convict died in the Nash- ¬ Bryan and silver are more popular Sept Pork Lillian Glenn Ida Marks 5 42 hespital last night and of course 40 5 47 Sept Lard ville Clara David Louisville Jen- ¬ than ever in Nebraska could not be included in the count 123 pairs Misses Tan 5 37 5 32 That fusion is assured there is no Sept Ribs 537 Chocolate and Oxblood Knoxville Berdie nie Samuels Judge Pryor Chairman of the doubt and everything points to the Sept wheat puts 64 calHl 65 Ilartfield Henderson Lillian Wolfe Strap Sandals Turn Soles sizes 8 to State Election Commission was Sow VorkStorhitaiiil Cotton Cincinnati Selma Cohn Memphis Populists beig given the head of Sadie the ticket the Democrats the sec- ¬ Clarksvillc 2 C D and B lasts Opg iHig t Closing here to day and said a meeting- of Lena Glide ¬ the commission would be held in ond place and the Silver Republi Aug Cotton 5 82 5 87 - T5 H7 FrankelSettie Cohn Ilopkinsville I 25 W 1 25 about ten days to elect the county Daisy Kleeman cans the position of attorney-ge- n Isa Klceman Am Tobi 1 23 commissioners for ever county of eral 99 99 Chicago Gas 98 Clarksvillc A feature of the tri convention C B the state He says there are no 07 Q 1 06 MESDAMES contests for the places except in the will be the stroncr resolutions L 53 54 N 54 F Lipman M Lipstinc Max against the policy of imperialism counties of Franklin and Fayette 1 07 1 06 07 Moayon D Frankcl II M Frank threatened as a result of the ac- ¬ Manhattan The rule will be adheredto that no 1 39tf 1 39 39 Sugar el Clarksvillc Col officeholder will be elected county quisition of the Philippines 25 26 Coal 25 Iron MESSRS commissioner unless he first gives Bryan sounded the keynote of this UuIcuko ICecolpIs To day up the office he now holds Max just before he left Nebraska in a Hogs Jake Samuels L Lipman 21000 Head ¬ in which he denounced the Lowenthal Max Moayon Ilopkins- speech Cattle 2500Uead ville Mosher Cohn Isa Oppenheim idea that the war was to ue a war STOWE KmI limited ItcculntH To morrow er Henry Bauman Sigmund Straus of conquest and suid that the people Wheat A25 Cars Mrs Carrie Edwards Stowe Joe of Nebraska would go on record Isa Muhlfelder Cincinnati Corn 390Cars daughter o Joseph Edwards and Rosenaur Louisville Adolph Lip against unrightful acquisition of Oats 215 Cars Althea Collins Edwards was born man M D Mendle Sam Frankel territory The resolutions of the i Hogs 29000 in Montgomery county Tennessee Joe Mctz W L Bamberger ilop three conventions on this subject Hob JHitrket if March 23 1858 lived in Clarksville will be in accord and declare for a kinsville in L1IC11 111 ji L1HJ I logs To day 21 000 mv ItUll Ulltll ii llfjf Uir iU 41 separate and independent repub- ¬ Hogs To morrow 29000 Mayfield Ky until married to Badly Damaged Stock f lic for Cuba Porto Rico and the Light v392 George Howard Stowe October 14 night did con- ¬ Philippines unless the citizens Fire Saturday Mixed 400 1878 died at 11 oclock Sunday siderable damage to the stock of E shall desire otherwise These con- ¬ MKto 380 morning June 26 1898 at her home W Bourne dry goods and shoe ventions probably will continue Rough 403 at Julian Ky and the body was merchant of Port Royal Tenn three days before final adjourn- ¬ Heavy laid to rest in the Stowe family How the blaze originated it is not ment though the more hopeful of Went Off at Fair Prices PERSONAL aOSSIl 3 cemetery known A bucket brigade of citi- ¬ the candidates think that the work This is a brief record with only The tobacco sales to day were j zens prevented the entire stock and may be done in twenty four hours Mrs James Gooch is quite ill this passing interest to many But to well attended and much of the weed storehouse from being destroyed EIGHTY MEN SICK one who served her as pastor ound went off at fair prices The offer ¬ week The damage was principally in the ings consisted principally ot the Mr D G Wiley is spending the a home in her hospitable house lov- ¬ shoe department estimated at 1 commoner grades and prices ruled We have opened up a now Iraplo ed the family as if adopted unto it 5X 1000 insurance Mr Thirty of Them in the Third Ken- ¬ day at Crofton with about the same as during the past moot house on Sixth street ore of the tucky Two Dead Bourne is the youngest brother of Editor L W Gaines of Elkton this short account means a vast week for similar sorts Consider- ¬ lmget estaulishiuoata in- - Western deal Kentucky ami arfa now prepared to Dr R R Bourne of this city is here on business to day It is difficult to speak with mod- ¬ ing the quality of the tobacco sold furnish farniera witti nuytniu in the Newport News Va Aug 2 Miss Lottie McDaniel left this Absent For Forty Years eration of this dear sister for she rejections were small No real fine implement lino Wo handle Jho Special John F Sproule of morning for a visit to Clarksvillc leaf was offered to day was no ordinary woman In Mr II C West of Paducah ar- ¬ Company I Third Kentucky volun- ¬ Celebrated Parry Buggies sales are expected to be much Mrs Elizabeth Howell has re ¬ and whole hearted de rived here yesterday afternoon and teers died Saturday afternoon at turned from Cerulean Springs votion to husband and children in larger and it is also expected that Phaetons aud SurrioH Also carry a will Bpend some time with his cousin 530 oclock of concussion of the Dr W A Haynes of Howell is unselfishness which made few sac ¬ some good leaf will make its ap- ¬ large iiHSoiiment ot PLOWS of evory His remains were shipped Mr W V West near Church Hill brain kind and mako We sell the in the city on business rifices because her love knew not pearance Mr West was reared in Ilopkins- ¬ to his home at Woodbury Old Hickory Wagon the best wag- ville but left about forty years First Sergt Frank Brever of Mr W T Williamson is spend ¬ that the gift of all was sacrifice in Wants a Legal Separation uu iuo nitir- ago and this is his first visit to the Company M Vanceburg died at ing this week at Dawson Springs modest but surpassing Christian ket today Eugiueo and Separators Neely Wilson col has filed suit country since he left His father 730 oclock yesterday He had Dr K K Bourue has returned piety she was a woman in a thous- ¬ for divorce from her husband Bob McConnick Binders Mowers at one time kept a hotel on the been ill with typhoid fever for about from a weeks visit to Red Boiling and an example of Gods power in Wilson She stales that they were Eisr Btock of BINDER TWINE at refining human nature It is no corner of Sixth and Main streets a week before leavingChickamauga Springs wonder that multitudes of friends married in this county in 1893 and low fijmes and died there while in the hotel He was a son of the Captain of his Messrs K K Lloyd and Oweu When iu tbo ntyivo ub n call nnd came to shed tears of pity and sym ¬ she alleges abandonment stating company business J Smith of Pembroke are here to that her husband went to Hopkins we will tako great ploasm o in show ¬ pathy with the orphaned family There are about seventy or eighty day on business ing you Mlotgh iJegpoctfully Suffering With Rheumatism and that such crowds rarely as ¬ county to live more than a year ago men in this brigade sick now with Mr W T Fowler returned this sembled at a funeral occasion and since that lime he has not Mr T C Clark is confined to his fever thirty of which are from the morning- lrom a business trip to The funeral was conducted in the lived with her nor has she seen lied with inflammatory rheumatism Third Kentucky They will be Hopkinsville Ky Webster county home by her pastor Rev W L him sent to the hospital at Fortress at the home of hih mother-in-laMr F P Kenshaw and wife Payton assisted by Rev I N Mr Eliza Clark on North Clay Monroe Dousing in the Brine street He spent several days at a Five transports are here and the went over to Kirkmans ille to day Strothcr of Cadiz Ky and Prest Mr John P Prowse has received Edmund Harrison and Rev C H neighboring watering place but re- ¬ process of loading them with men to spend a Veek ssith relatives a letter from his son Frank now nt Mrs John L Brasher went to Nash of Ilopkinsville Ky turned home without having1 been and supplies will commence to day Newport News He says the boys She had been a faithful Christian It will take four or five days to get Aladisonville this morning to spend much benefited are having a line time surf bathing since uniting with South Union everything loaded and we will a week with relatives and eating oysters All are well Able to Sit Up probably leave here about Friday Mrs Geo Minis of Trenton and church on profession of faith a except Private Waller of Trigg We Have Mr Jas O Cook is now consid- ¬ Miss Claud of West Fork are in month after her marriage to JBro county who is slightly indisposed Married I n Alabama Stowe who is now Sunday School ered out of danger and hib recovery the city on their way to Dawson varieties Tur Miss Essie Blaine youngest LOS nip OUU I he B5tseed onplh Treasurer and is progressing so favorably that he Masonic Notice Miss Mary Jones is spending this Superintendent now crop at is now able to sit up a little while daughter of Mr T J Blaine of week with Misses Elsie and Carrie Deacon in this church Ilopkinsville Lodge No 37 F special Irlco In QnnntUlea this city was married at 830 She was the second of seven chil- ¬ each day Baker at Julien A M will meet in called communi ¬ oclock last evening at Mobile dren of whom all the rest are living All of the other sick people are cation in their hall in theRagsdale finr icmu saic 7 Bnahel bbl Mrs W II Jesup and children Alabama to Mr T D Bell of that Stephen Edwards Farming- RtU0 n also reported to be improving u V city She went to Mobile about a of Fairview left here this after ton Ky Mrs Allie Throop Rip- ¬ Cooper it Co building this Tues ¬ B Bushel JiMLakoRt year ago to accept a business sit- noon for Dawson to spend a week ley Tenn Joe Edwards Mayfield day evening at 8oclock for work Will Talk on Spain m Wu Are the lcople Sell Miss Mary Moore will go to Cov ¬ Ky Mrs Dudley Stowe Julian in the M M degree Members of uation Mr and Mrs Bell will be Ooori UrocorlcuCliertj Mr L McCartney will attend the here on a visit to the relatives of ington this week to make a visit to Ky Mrs Kobt McReynolds Hous- ¬ sister lodges are fraternally invited Hopkins County Teachers Insti ¬ the bride in a few weeks Chah 10 Gkaves W M Misses Pauline and Germaine ton Texas Mrs Fox Holloway I tute at Madihonville this week and ii J B Gamikicath Sec Crumbaugh HopkinsN ille Ky Little Folks Party on Thursday night will deliver a Mr Geo R Lynn of Madison Col Bamberger Got It Out of his own bitter experience Ounther Petrecs birthday party lecture to the Institute on the sub llTRiii GROCERY ville come over to the uty this the writer sympathizes with the Mr W L Bamberger gqt the yesterday evening brought together ijecl of Spam a large number of the little children morning and went down to Cadi seven children now to know no Gramophone awarded byGalbreath Snlcsmcu more the direct influence of one of t Ennis to the patrons of their K 1C Hark Kil Curtis Suffered a Relapse who enjoyed themselves to the full- ¬ this afternoon J U Nance and her sister the best mothers God gives to chil- ¬ soda fount The award was made Un ii MerrltttUMOlHrk Quo Blincloln Mrs Refreshments were Mr C II Laync is again quite est extent Between Willie aged 19 last night It was valued at S25 ill He had been sick for about served by Mrs Petree assisted by Miss Zaida Hester have returned dren and baby Freddie aged 4 are from a visit to friends in South two weeks but had recovered suf Mrs Cosby and Mrs Golthwaite Moore Scott Charlie Amos Nannie Ethel and Christian fiiciently to be up and was down TheMadlsonvllle Fair to Mr Sylyanus Moore of Todd iiilili H town for a day or two when he suf¬ Eld II I Smith will return to ¬ Henry no one of whom begins measure his loss We pray for county will be married this even- ¬ The Madison ville fair will begin morrow from fered a relapse and is again con ¬ summer vacation lis on August 24 and continue until in fined to his bed the country and will resume his them and for the futher who feels ing at 7 oclock to Miss Delilah on his heart as never before Scolt of the Casky neighborhood the 27th This is one of the most pastoral duties Sunday at the them Coming Home To Nlght successful county fairs in the state Christian God is wise and good and will make Rev Crunk willolficiate church plain the way so rough aiul dark who has been Dr T W BJakey Commissioners Meeting1 Little Misses Sara Rogers and Who is sufficient for these things Civil Suit Tried in California for a month and Mrs The regular meeting of the Board Hazel Everett are attending- a But our sufficiency is of God Blakey and children who have The civil suit of Forbes Bro of Commissioners of the Asylum house party this week atMr Henry Hopkinsville Ky been in San Francisco for three vs E A Roper was tried in Judge Building a Residence was held to day and the Commis ¬ Wrights country home near Treu months are expected home to ¬ LeaveHs court this morning The sioners were entertained at dinner Ion Mr Will E Gray has begun the jury gave judgment for the plaint ¬ night LATEST DESIGN i by Dr Gardiner erection of a new cottage on West iffs HlEliiMitOIniii nr VorkHUMklp Remember the Haine Fined For Fast Driving VpurOnlim Molleltetf Bro Nineteenth street Forbes Place to get your fine Merchant LOAN S100Q on WANTED TO Frank White t young man from are doing the Work An infant of Albert Waller died taf Tailoring- is by Fowright Pants an x u 1 to Lafayette was fined this moaning in the city last nijfhtofHiiminer com- ¬ made lor 3 5 7 and SuilsM first class real estate security TKKMttHMWJ BMMtht in the city court for rockiest drivi30 head young- cattle and fine plaint Iitferjnwnt this afternoon in 8gnaU 1520 West 7th street opposite 3 yearn Apply to jfew ICra office Geo F CamiDKLL Attorney ng- yesterday afternoon Milk Cowh for a N W Wak EjuUJIU awWry - Spe- Frankfort Ky Aug- 2 cialThe transfer of the Frank - ¬ STILL DEEPER CUTS A Snap For h JT V I I 1 75 Cents 125 to Worth 150 Choice For 7Sc fe-M ¬ w mIwwws To-morro- 1WU Farmers Attention ed r - Gus Young w ffiVETe IMHHHMHMI FARMERS ¬ u Brail r MONUMENTS - 5 1 4 - - oavto - f V - 0 -- i