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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tytlwr forecast frvitic Ky Augspecial Fair to rht and Thursday - t0w lef Thursday mg i morn- - TfcE Dailp 3entucfcian -A live news On Bery Pap WtfSet The Pace VOL 1 NO 84 u HOPKINSVILLE KY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 3 1898 PRICE 2 CENTS jf V REPLY V OFFICIAL STATEMENT Of PLEASURE TRIP Miles the Peace Terms Out Given Is General Conquest of DCDCT In Manila Are CZ I Jl Ml Porto Rico the Rcr very where the Same Enthusi m Of Spain Is Momenta Docs Not Differ From Ago ports of Several Days fc astic Demonstrations i Occur T a Men Have 17 tdf rily Expected c Belief That the Terms Have Been Accepted at Madrid Washington Aug 3 Special Although nothing has been received from Madrid cepting the peace proposal Spains answer is momentarily expected It is understood in official circles that the terms will be accepted and it is even intimated that the answer is in panxbons hands It is almost certain that the principal conditions will be agreed to and hostilities will cease at once A peace commission will be chosen to ar- range the details San Juan for Washington Aug 3 Special The following is an official state- Â¬ ment given out by authority of the President as to the terms of peace offered by the United States The President does not put for Â¬ ward any claim for pecuniary indemnity but requires the relin Â¬ quishment of all claim of sovereign Â¬ ty over or title to the island of Cuba as well as the immediate evacuation by Spain of the island the cession to the United States and immediate evacuation of Porto Rico and other islands under Spanish sovereignty in the VeBt Indies and ac- Â¬ the like cession of an island in the LadrOnes Ponce Porto Rico August 3 Special Small garrisons have bean stationed at Arroyo and Guay ama which were seized yesterday The American troops and marines Were received with the same enthu- as uetore Many Spaniards joined with the ace To Aguinaldos US Successes jnativcs in the demonstrations and many Spaniards have deserted and the conquest of the island continues to tfc a mere pleasure trip The Americans are hailed as deliverers Made Him a Fool Washington August 3 Special The insurgent suc- Â¬ cesses in the Philippines have turned the heads of the rebels and the continue to be a menace to American operations around Ma- Â¬ nila The fact that Gen Alcrritt has asked for 50000 more men leads the administration to believe that the situation is really alarming The re enforcements will be sent to Gen Alcrritt as soon as possible and enough men will be sent to make him master of the situation The death or capture of Aguinaldo the rebel leader who is causing all of the trouble will settle things in short order f j r BANK ROBBERY The United States will occupy and hold the city bay and harbor of Manila pending the conclusion of a treaty of peace which shall de- Â¬ termine the control disposition and government of the Philippines If these terms are accepted by Spain in their entirety it is stated that commissioners will be named by the United States to meet commis- Â¬ sioners on the part of Spain for the purpose ol concluding a treaty of peace on the basis aboveindicated HAD A BIG TIME Did the Visiting Tobacco Men Many Thousands Stolon From a Missouri Bank II n IkKed ilii Mn ms Tn Special uilts of the National Bank Vug 3 OfCommerce were looted at noon Tk amount taken is upin the thousands James Mains of Terrc Haute is held on suspicion MRS CRITTENDEN DEAD PeaceWar or No War at Mother of One of the Heroes of Santiago St Louis Mo Aug 3 While Talking of Peace We Are Preparing for War San Juan Puerto Rico Aug 3 The opin- Â¬ ion is becoming stronger here daily that the best course for the Spanish Government to adopt would be to arrange for peace This city continues to be quiet although all of the batteries are kept manned constant- Â¬ ly in expectation of an attack Communications between San Juan and all points in the District of Ponce has been stopped Clung to Her Hubby And Defied Regulations Mrs Reeves wife oPthe colonel Special San Francisco Aug 3 of the Thirteenth Minnesota regiment may get her husband into serious trouble with the authorities at Washington if the story brought here from Honolulu by the Doric proves true Mrs Reeves it is asserted slipped theguard on the transport City of Para and as was suspected by many San FramSiiicnns made the voyage to Hawaii defying the army regulations Special Information has been received at Washington Aug 2 Lthe War Department that part of the cavalry force at Santiago has been embarked and will be brought to Montauk IJoint The troops went on Jboard the transport Louisiana It is still believed that the main body sof troops will remaininSantiago until September or later THE3 fyw 9PANISH AMBRIQMN1 WAR- 4 wuai zrttir ifcjf- f- i3aW na sa yf Hr r ilw mB s Wn 1 m -- ft Scouts oa fat Coufcqt Cub M the Lookout u for American Warship 1 Special Washington Aug 3 Special Unofficially the president Rrs Laura Crittenden mother of About 250 were entertained in royal style by the Clarksville To- Â¬ Capt Crittenden who was wounded has been informed that the Spanish Ministry has acceded to the bacco Board of Trade at Porter at Santiago died this morning terms of this country for a cessation of the war The unofficial Bluff Monday says the Clarksx ille advices have reached the president in the form not only of press Times Besides the local tobacco- aged 65 years nists there were a number of dispatches but private dispatches from confidential agents of FEAST IN WILDERNESS friends from other markets and the United States Government different portions of the Clarks villa Colored Population Will Inaugu Â¬ district While this government has strong reasons for believing that rate One Next Week There ware quite a number of toits terms of peace have been agreed to by the Madrid Govern- Â¬ bacco men here from a distance The colored people of Casky will ment the president is taking nothing for granted Arrange- Â¬ and many more were invited who Sive their annual Feast in the Wilcould not be present from the differderness commencing Aug 11 and ments for pressing the war to a successful conclusion arc going ent markets Among those from a distant lasting seven days and nights forward pVccisely as if no negotiations for peace were in pro- Â¬ There will be preaching twice a i who enjoyed the hospatalities gress clay and once at night throughout the occasion were From Hopkm At a conference participated in by the President Secretary ville Messrs C F Jarrett I K the meeting and a general invitation to all has buen extended The Campbell W II Faxon James Alger and Adjutant General Corbin at the Executive Mansion to- Â¬ West J W WillfanK GII Champ Holy Yard will be conducted by lin M D Boales W E Ragsdale Rider Gold and Dallas Daws will night a final decision was reached as to the constitution of the There will be a big provisional corp for Puerto Rico to be commanded by General M II Tandy T B Fairleigh and act as sexton barbecue each day and all ho at Â¬ J D Ware r Wade The regiments which arc to comprise the corps were de Â¬ The principal feature was the tend will be well fed A number of magnificent spread which was colored ministers are expected to cided upon and will be designated in a general order to be issued served at 130 Secretary Alger said that the corps might The dinner was be on hand to do the preaching and probably to morrow served upon long tribes at the the usual large crowd will doubt Â¬ be en route to Puerto Rico within a week spout spring in the rear of the less be on hand The management Weill place Tables with benches announce that the meeting will be GenOwn Body Guard had been arranged on the side of run rain or shine the hill where from the barbecue WHEAT THRESHING RESUMED pits below the odor from the thir Are the Third Kentucky Boys teen thoroughly seasoned and The Rest of the Crop Will Soon cooked carcasses could be had to Special Orders were issued Be in the Sack Newport News Va Aue add to the appetites of the expect through brigade headquarters this morning directing the regiments of ant guests Beside the barbecue Wheat threshing was resumed the brigade to be ready for immediate embarkation for Porto Rico the there was excellent burgoo vegeta Â¬ bles of all kinds and refreshments this afternoon in many parts of the details ot the order being as follows of every description in abundance county and unless the weather The Third Kentucky is ordered to embark on transport Yale form Â¬ A small army of waiters in livery changesagain the crop will soon Brigadier General IYed Grant and his en Â¬ and other attendants were ever be safe from further danger It is erly the steamer Paris The Third Kentucky boys are ex Â¬ ready to attend to the wants of all estimated that about 00 per cent tire stall will also go on the Yah proud of being selected to go on the same transport with the and nothing was left undone to has been threshed in South Chris- ceedingly make the occasion one long to bi tian and nearly all of the crop in brigadier cojninander and stall remembered Mr L G Wood was the northern half of the county in charge of the culinary depart- The damage to wheat in the shock Camp Thomas ment and everybody was lqjid in has not been very serious except Paying Up his praise of his efficient services in very low lands where the loss is for he labored his best forthe en Â¬ total and the grain is being fed to Soldiers Get 1500000 joyment of his fellow tobacconists hogs and guests of the day f Chickamauga Ga Aug 3 Special The paymasters arrived Chickens Arc Cheap A produce handler from Lewis yesterday with 1500000 to pay the soldiers atCamp Thomas for July JOINT REUNION burg Logan qounty Ky was in This vast sum of money turned loose here every month has been a gold tfv own yesterday with a wagon load mine for Ihe business interests of Chattanooga Of the Wearers of Blue and the VWIP of chickens for which he foujulslow Q ray Chickens Male at 150 a dozen Braoke Assumes Command are novMvcry plentiful There will be a joint reunion of w Revival at Antioch the old soldiers of botli- - sides at As Second to Gen Miles Dawson beginning Aug- 25 and Rev Marine the evangelist is lasting for three days It is for ev Â¬ assisting the pastor Rev Griffin Gen Stone is moving Special Ponce Porto Rico Aug 3 ery soldier no matter wliurohc in a protracted meeting at Antioch fought Addresses will he made Services are held morning and agalustSan Juan and several other towns have capitulated without re Â¬ by Col Polk LalToonlnml Judge C night and the meeting Is growing sistance The Spaniards are intrenched at Ailanto Gen Urooke hnti I In interest daily J Pratt assumed command of the invading army under Gea Miles -- the Clarksville Blowout Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ m - Grants Â¬ in rl i t I l Â¬ Â¬ at El11 J 83- v f - n i IU Lmfmr Mm X nc I 1 4 11 rem ft- - VH 8 4 V n i z If 1 mm mEm EsRES Imft - i r I fcl i1 i 1 k a Six hundred em Â¬ Philadelphia ployees are kept busy and every Â¬ lublshcit ccry evenlnir cxcejt Suoday by Delivered by carrier to all juris r tho city At thing needed for wear or household REAL OKAS C XXAOKAH 913 8 Mala 10 0KT NX WJIK furnishing can be obtained liere as well as a handsome restaurant gUBSCRb XION KATE8 in the center where both subsf an 10 85 Per Montii m Advance Per Week 400 tinls arid delicacies can be secured 100 Pen Months in Advance Per Year in Advance Restaurants abound in great num- Â¬ bers all over the city more than in ABSTRACTS OF TITLE MADE DEMQCJKATIC TIOKET HEATHEN CHINEE anycity of the Union Nearly all Money loaned at 6 per cent hotels are Upon the European plan FOR CONGRESS of families who on first class real estate for and a great number HENRY D ALLEN upon the have their own homes rely a term of 5 years OF UNION COUNTY Something About the Asiatic restaurants for their meals This Wo hnvo for enlo 8omo of the uj b Js accounted for by the scarcity of Population of Frisco Dcwcvthad part of his liver re building lots in tho city and on tormB reliable servants The Chinese arc moved by a surgical operation sev- Â¬ to ouit purclmeors Prices mngiug mainly depended upon eral years ago 20 to 18000 Thoy aro located The streets off the immediate wa from A aiimpsc of the California Tlc- Wo iu noiifly ovory part of tho city tcr front are decidedly ebroken To day is the 100th day of the hnvo for Bala farms in this ami tropolis By An Observant and some of the inclines long and also war and Spain could not choose a f adjoining counties These farms are f steep better time to quit Tourist soli The cable cars arc about the only owned by pnrlies who wish to Bulow is u partial list of them means of traveling over a great Only fone mistake is so far portion of the city being too sleep A Fine Farm near Kennedy chargeable to Dewey He brought San Francisco July 28 San for horses and bicycles arc a rarity Aguinaldo from Hong Kong and Francisco is a city of 300000 inhab But the street car service is unusu- Â¬ Woll improved good land well wu sicked him on the Spaniards itants well laid out in wide streets ally extensive and we can travel tercd nnd timbered 180 ncrep Prico 5400 Fifteen soldiers died at Santiago covered with asphalt and paved for miles by transfer for one fare with solid stone or concrete cement And street railway postal cars are A Farm of 350 acres on Butter Â¬ from July 17 to July 31 mobtofthem of fevers These do not include Market which leads from the ferry used in conveying mail from the milk Road about the same number of deaths is the principal street Into this local stations and contiguous sub- Two thirds iu fine timber good imall other streets converge cither at urbs from yellow fever well watered 8J miios acute or right angles Negroes arc very scarce t here firovomontB Big bargain The houses are built compactly We patronize mainly ythe only res- Â¬ Price Greensboro Ala Lieut Hobsons 900 home cast 237 votes Monday and of marble stone or wood Very few taurant in the city where they Farm of 106 acres onButler Road 232 were for the Democratic ticket brick structures are seen mainly serve Not only because it seems Hobson comes from the right sort of on account of their being more sus- Â¬ more home like but here we find Thrco and ouo half miles from the city woli improved good orchard a town as shown by these figures ceptible to damage from earth Kentucky corn bread and hot bis And nover failing water quakes which occasionally prevail cuit both rarities out here Prico 750 Every colonel of regulars who here but not so frequently as form- Â¬ The Sutro Bathing Pavillion and A farm of 20 aerea on same road went to Cuba with Gen Shatter has erly Also on that account the Museum are noted resorts and 3J miles from tho city well improvbeen killed or sent home disabled buildings are not so tall here as in thousands congregate here daily ed A good poultry or market gar from sickness or wounds The vo- Â¬ other cities with the exception of Adjoining are the seal rocks where den farm in good neighborhood twenty large numbers of seal congregate Price lunteer colonels have fared better the The Call Building d00 stories high a newspaper building and being protected arc quite tame Farm of 75 acres on Greenville than the hardened soldiers owned by Claud Spreckles The An immense sea lion known as Road The war expenditures for July Sugar King Ben Butler was king of the Six miles from tho city Tho were 30000000 and aboutJ0000 vorj On arriving here I found it quite of yearav until best place in tho neighborhood 000 since the war began It will cool compared to our Kentucky rocks for a number timbor good be observed that this is only about climate at this season I had al- Â¬ recently fthe was badly wounded by ard and iu u water buildings oich Hue stale of repair some sea monster and came ashore 1000000 a day which is not a bad ready fortified myself with heavier Price 650 7 to die A taxidermist has preserv Â¬ showing clothing against thesudden cliange ed him for future sight seers A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 but soon found I had to don my There are numerous small parks According to the latest Chicago overcoat also Durimr the after acres near Elmo directory the Johnsons have turned noon especially the cool sea breeze or squares but the most noted is Twenty acres of timbor tho remain Golden Gate Park containing down the Smiths Jones and Browns makes wraps essential All And in twelve hundred acres of most beau- Â¬ ing in high state of cultivation the buildings in good condition in that city Mr Johnson turn me our sitting room awarm glowing loose ought to be a popular song fire each day is decidedly pleasant tiful flowers forest lakes and foun- Â¬ splendid neighborhood tains Also a fine museum flower Prico 2200 in the Lake City The coal we burn is brought mostly conservatory zoological garden 100 acres 5 Miles From City on from Australia as it is scarce in apiary and play ground lor chil- Â¬ The Mayors of the United States California and the West The tem Â¬ dren containing every kind of Russellville Pike to the number of 200 are in session perature is about the same the year amusement for the little ones The Woll0 improved 15 acres of timbor it Detroit to consider the problem around Hence the native Califor park is owned by the city hence near church and school of municipal reform Gov Pingree nian never changes the character Price 1800 everything is free A fine band who used to be a mayor himself de Â¬ of his clothing here in San Fran- Â¬ 136 acres on Ducker Mill road also adds to its attractions livered the speech of welcome cisco And the ladies never have For ways that are dark and 65 acres of bottom lnnd 2 good There are 500 deaths a week in the pleasure of donning summer tricks that are vain the heathen houses 2 barns woll watered 15 acres Chicago and still the city is con- Â¬ gowns Have seen no white dresses Chinee is peculiar There arc timber since my arrival here There are Price 1100 gratulating itself because the July many of them here Out of a popu- Â¬ 500 cash baluucn in one and 2 death list was 337 short of a year wet and dry seasons at present the lation of 300000 40000 are Chinese at 6 por cent ago People who slay at home die dry is prevailing Have seen no They are seen in their peculiar years neighborhood Tho best farm in tho rain during my months stay nor as well as those who join the army garbs on every street corner and had it rained for a month previous in Besides theBo wo and catch the yellow fever that portion of the city known as for sale and will have othor fnruiB take pleasure iu The weather prophet is without China Town none are seen but of them Congressman Bailey is a candi Â¬ his calling here and the weather Chinese and from their peculiar showing any Suryoys to parties wish ing to buy Plats and Ab date for Senator against Senator is not a topic of conversation Dur- Â¬ dress fantastic shops and oddly stract8 of title furnished nil purchus Chilton of Texas and will make ing the dry season you never look painted houses one can easily im- Â¬ ers Now is the timo to buy real the fight on the territorial expansion for rain and during the wet you ex- Â¬ agine himself in Hong Kong Their estate question Chilton is in favor of an pect rain every day And as it signs designating their business Three tracts of coal hinds two nexing Cuba and Porto Rico and never freezes in winter and never are all in Chinese characters and of tho mines partially developed Bailey is opposed to the annexa gets hot in the summer you havent undistinguishable except the names Vein of coal 5 foot thick finest quality One tract contains 000 aerep the exquisite pleasure of being tion of any island territory such as Chang Nee Tuck Kce one 1 75 ncres one 65 acres All is it hot or cold enough for asked Co Woo On Kai etc Some of within tnnlo Illinois Central It It Speaker Reed has again been you The oldest inhabitant never their stores are well kept and very Will sell at bnrgaine nnd on easy rc nominatcd without opposition heard it thunder as thunder storms Here are fortunes for the handsome With theirunique wares terms men right He will be re elected but that does are unknown People leave the and oddly festooned c not mean that he will be Speaker city during the summer not to get For sale or exchange a good pay you imagine you arc in a fairy of the next House Kentucky is go- cool but to get warm The atmos- Â¬ land ing hotel at tho famous DawBon Springe Will boII at a bargain or ing to show a Democratic gain of phere is very bracing and exhila- Â¬ Some of their goods are very ex- Â¬ oxchnngo for improved farming land three or four Congressmen and if a rating and it isreally necessary to few other States do as well the Re Â¬ go to the interior or Southern Cali- Â¬ pensive one pair of vases noticed well located publican majority in the house will fornia resorts to get relief in relax- Â¬ was valued at 500 The groceries For ealo a good first claBB boardation from the high tension impart- Â¬ and meat shops are uncleanly in ing house at Dawson Spriugs Will out be wiped appearance They raise their own sell on cany terms or oxchnngo for ed by the ocean breezes peculiar vegetables such as are good notefl Tho owners business Francisco Miaga the Spanish Notwithstanding the climate compols him to reside olBowhore Mayor of Vauco when Gen Miles flowers grow luxuriantly with very never seen on the market else- Â¬ UO ncro ranch woll improved noar arrived issued a proclamation con- Â¬ little care unprotected the year where A doctors sign whom San Diego Cnl Will ox eh an go for I supposed to be a quack gratulating the people that they round We see carnations four proporty in Christian county Ky 500 diseases cured by had by the miraculous interven- Â¬ inches in diameter and other flow- Â¬ read 100 herbs If injured they never William Robinson Agt tion of the God of the just been ers of every hue and variety pro- Â¬ permit an amputation of an arm or given back to the bosom of our portionally large Also tropical Office Webber Street mother Atnuica and calling upon plants and trees abound such as leg but arc let alone and permitted to die as they aay one is of no ser Â¬ Hopkinsvillc Ky them to balute their deliver the il Â¬ the palm pine peppertree euca Â¬ vice after losing one of these mem- Â¬ He sub Â¬ lyptus and red wood lustrious Gen Miles The latter scribed himself Mayor of Yauco being the species which giows to bers After having been in a civil- Â¬ ized country for fifty years they Puerto Rico United States of Amer such immense proportions- in the still adhere to the old customs You I G ica it mere is anything in a Yosemite Valley go into a restaurant and see them Mayors proclamation Yauco is The yards while some only a eating their rice with two straight few feet in diameter small are already annexed long sticks called chopped sticks perfect ilower beds During the j i i nuEBi 19 xjqr HI HUU 15 There is weeping and wailing dry season they need very little currying u in10 ineir mouth very dextrously a continuous stream immunea among the so called watering owing to the frequent TIME TABLE The children sitting on the iloor because they are to be sent to the anu sometimes dense logs preva- Â¬ CS eating in like manner with a bowl infected district in Cuba to do gar- Â¬ lent NOU7I1 Ho 831 NoC03 between their knees The dress of rison duty They all claimed when Aoom There arc no mosquitos and the two sexes is very similar Tlntly Lv Jloplclnavllle dally Aoom in they enlisted that Uhey had very few IlieB here dully dftlly long blouses and are distinguish Â¬ Lv Hopklngvlllo 660am 210pm iaopm either had yellow fever- or were Tobacco is growing in the botani Â¬ Arlrlncoton tS0Him a 5 pin OMftpin 7 0Jiim Vfotherwise proof againsf it but cal conservatory as a rare xplant able only by the women always be- Â¬ ArHonderoon ing bare headed and their small ArUvotiHVlllo 800iin now it turns out that few of the and is considered a curiosity by oo pin ArLoulivlllu lo lt llooam CMOjun want to expose them- - the Westerner During mylentire cramped feet Chinese have no jri- - Ar Iaduonli iminunes ArMeiuphli 820 mi 818am The officers trip I bhy no tobacco enroute after ventiye geniusbut arc great imita Ar Now Orleans aSOnm 745pm NO 83S selves to the disease No 3M tors ITcncc they arc skilled labor- Â¬ ArllopkliiBVlllo oAcom No WU Aoom dally especially are unwilling to go and leaving Kentucky Fruit of all ers lly 8 IB am Lv Kvarmvllle thin leads to the suspicion that the kind is abundant and fine Straw uoJam fl The dreaded order known as LvHendonon GOO am l2 4Kpm 00 n m Iv Irlnooton soft places were all given to men berries arc found on the market HttOnm lfiOnm 7 UO p in High Binders infests the dark aU ArHonlcltiBvlIln to their fit and cheap from April to November without any reference Train No uoj hau throuKUoliatrvnr and sleep Â¬ ues for service in yellow fever Tie stores are handsome with tasti Â¬ leyn In passing along aro noticed er from Irlnooton ta Now Orlimnx via Mem- IlllH camps Hence Uiese teara ly arranged uow windows Continued on Thjrd Page The WAKKfcuMAliUAixu8ViHefty of Zhc Sail ffcentucfetan largest is tile Emporium a depart ment store similar to Wannamakers Â¬ wiluam mm m Tlie Kentuokian 1 Year Antl UicNcw Ittatlicwfl Sewlnjc Machine FREE arm 21 A ESTATE AGENT FOR ONLY i 1 idem w tt ii Mi urod Machine i m With all the latest im rovemoufs Tho bofltMachino for the least mouoyj Uyor manufact n Light running noisoloss simplo durable will cEU 10 Every ofnehino warranted yoars 21 A p0 Mnchino for for and freight propaid Cash rauat accompany al ordorB wheel to keep dress from gottlng on whcol Attnohn cits Aro tho famous Johnsons set and ono half Inches hluli In a tin box and consists of tuokor rufllor and elglit and one half Inchon loiitf lnsliin fourlicnimors binder qullter foot hemmer measurement This Is Ah high ns any family and follor under hrnldor and sheerer oil oan mnchino madonnd nniHt not ho confounded and oil two crow drivers six bobbins paper with tho medium or no culled high arm ma of needles thumb sorow guago and book of The bend plntu set Into or level with directions chine thctaule Tho Furniture Is wol modo highly nol TheNoPdlo IaBtrftlKhtcolf fictlnu flat on Ishcd and elogant In appearance All theso mnchlnos will bo sent out with oak furniture tne Bldo and cannot be MetJwrotiK unless walnut is specified Knoh maohlno has Tho Shuttle -- la open on tho end cylinder a lock to tho drawers nnd cover nlco ntokol thnpo nnd absnlutoly golf threading plato TlieIlcarlng4 JAronll steel well flttcd nnd aro drop rings to all drawers All machines well packed and orated adjustable SeUtlupndlng Tho mnohlnols KKAD OUK UUAltANTEK mid no hole to put tho thread throjgh Tli New Mathews Maohlno Is warranted 10 except tho eyo of tho noodle Tho Fced lH positive In action nnd haa uo years from date of purchaso and thirty days springs to got mit ofordor trial of it lfporfcot nnd entire satisfaction Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind tho lsnotglvonthomnchlnomay bo rcshlpped to as ttmooth as on a spool of thread to us at our expense and the money paid us oobbln TheStltoli Ih donblo looK stitch Tho mime will bo lefundcd promptly on both pldcs and will not ravel Oan bo Under this guarantee you run no risk what- Â¬ lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty ever in purchasing tho Now Mnthows Maohlno stitches to the inch ThoTonslon Is a flat spring tension nnd nd You hnvo thirty days trial of it in your own homo and If for any reason you should wish Justablo to nil sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nlcklo plated and has a to return tho mnchino it mny co shipped to us looso wheel attached to operate bobbin winder nt our expense and tho money will bo refunded without running machine ThoMovomciil Is tho celebrated cccontrlo All communications regnrdlng tho New movomontsposltlvoln notion nnd fewer work Â¬ Mnthows Maohlno should be addressed to ing parts than any maohlnc on tho market ilia Stand Has loigo balance wheel hangs CHAS M MEACHAM on two adjustable centers Tho trcadlo Is lnrxc nnd hnngs In cone centers and all lost motion oan bo taken up asters under eich end and Hopkinsvillc Ky can bo ouslly moved A nlco dress guard over Tho Hond sncuitriUATioMs Is Ave Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Description tvant ofr the Improved New Mathews Machine Â¬ This mnchino is mnuufacturod with tho view of supplying a long folt towit A Modern High arm first clasa Sowing Mnchino with alt lato improvements and of first clas material and good workmanship including tho best and latest Attachments at a reasonable prico A book of instruc tions accompanies every machine Â¬ RELIABILITY M is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these days of yellow journalism They care little for truth and a great deal for temporary sensations It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability It prints the newsall 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 Â¬ i - A Â¬ Â¬ We read the war news in the other papers then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to see how much of it is true Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received by all postmasters Address THE CHICAGO RECORD 181 Madison street Chicago bric-a-bra- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ICHARDS BUILDERS CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN - Building Materials Of All Kinds LUMBER RAIL Effective Doc 97 - LIME AND CEMENT fltyc iis a call when you need anything in our line f- I tidr DAGG mpj RICHARDS HOPKIHSVILLL KY X jMlmlL 11 fhW t - 11f 11 afc i wjWiiw4fc j vw vm H WMli WJiWliMftii WEATHEN CHINEE Continued from Second THE QUEENS TRAIN Oicatcst of lccautioa or Hot Safety Taken Whon 8ho Travels TJio qucon haa modolctl Iter long lifo rnlhcr on virlno and usefulness than on pomp and vanity She euros mmmHmmffimsasmxmmm Ttiiiiittui it nitif ttf tnti H tf f i iiiifiTiHHnini if TQm 10 intifitim nttiitimrMn7 4H U4 recesses protected byJro screens nnil f 5than unlike tlie Indian doesnt inii- tat e the American by yetting urnnic on alcohol jA funeral procession was ob- Â¬ served passing1 the Htreets preceded by accompany beating- gongs and a - Jollier place of 5gpul a China 4fis 1 1 i retinue of mourners gaily attired laughing and chatting A visit to the public school found all the chil- Â¬ dren studying out loud in a sing The theatre is a fan Bong style tastically painted structure but lacking in elegance in the interior Our party were invited to scats on the stage where the performance was in progress but some of the more timid preferred seats on the floor We soon found that we were notrthc only ones so honored as any one coidd come on the stage at any stage of the performance and it was difficult to distinguish sometimes the actors from the spectators as they would mix indiscriminately There were no curtains to the stage The band sat on the rear of the stage and discoursed loud discor- Â¬ dant music from numerous odd during the musical instrument J greater part of the time The performance while quite amusing to us must have been on the dramatic order as the large audience of Chinese gave noexpres- sion or merriment nor applause but sat quietly and much interested Ther performances begin at Gp m and ceaseat 12 midnight as there no plot to any1 of their shows you royptciin jjo aim cuiuu ut yum jmvuhuiv The without losing any part of it uOiwrirrinrs nrtcl TiiimorntiK other comparatively littlo for luxury She is homoly in licr surroundings and he queens train cannot compare in sumptuousness to those used by some of the crowned heads of Europe She lias not vied even with the late em- Â¬ peror of the French who traveled in a train of imperial splendor a train with nine richly appointed carriages which included a cellar of choice wines and a conservatory of raro flow- Â¬ Still to quote the old nursery ers rhyme tho royal train fashioned by the North Wcslorn is good enough to sot before the queen Tho saloon formerly consisted of two six wheeled vehicles connected by a flexible cen- Â¬ tral gangway hut in 1890 the two bodies were placed on a 00 feet un derfrainewith twosix whcelcdbogies making ono vehicle The day com- Â¬ partment upholstered in royal blue silk with white silk roof is furnished in satinwood inlaid with tulipwood md tho night compartment uphol Â¬ stered in red patterned chintz with heavy jfefel rSr- - i - CASTOt Sit I iimiii iiMiTnTm i if miitiii - u m TlSiniiu r a IMolUKIA S H - Pw Tn Prill fd OtlI T 7T rUti1r1im e nti You HaVR War iic iiirr m rcBclablcPrcparationforAs- - m niutfavD uuukiii smmaung uicroouanuiiccuui Ung tlieS tomachs andBoweb oi I m Bears the a PiomotesDigcslionChcciful ticssandlfcstContalns neither OnmnHMorphind nor Mineral signature fW Tho Nes Â¬ IfoTNAltCOTIC jkapeofoidjSAtWnrmumi JanjZm sflxUTcuur Sfti -- jfrure Sad tAtlScto Jffnrmwt Jll CaitanaltSoiai llhrmfttX -tanned Sugar 1 Wiymn tltrtvr 8 fi ftV iing dancing a fight between some un- - vyintelligible performances The ac- vtftors were handsomely and gaudily l attired They serve refreshments Vby passing fruit around an im- - provement over our method of get- ting up and going out for refresh- Â¬ ments between acts The women are not permitted to sit on the low- Â¬ er floor but are all seen in the gal Jery by themselves handsomely gowned and sparkling with their The girls jewelry and diamonds sKB arc senc to Ine seconu gauery and all bare headed as is their jF custom The men wear their hats duringthe performance The men smoke their pipes and the women cigarettes in the theater There are a number of Japanese in San Francisco also They are more intelligent and progressive The only native Kentuckianlhave met here during my months stay except the soldier boys mentioned previously Avas Jesse L Edmon- Â¬ He son an old Hopkinsville boy is prospering has a lucrative po- Â¬ sition now tendered him by Gov Budd and has an open offer at any time as a reporter on The Exam- Â¬ Though doing well I see iner anunder current of longing for his 0d Kentucky Home as we all have TWD in whatever clime -- tion with a brass bochtead Tho saloon is WortnsConvulsionsJcvcrish strongly braked lighted by electric ncss and Loss OF StEEP lamps and has electrical communica- Â¬ TocSimito Signature oC tion from tho queens apartments to the Indian and other attendants and The also to tho guard of the train NTDW YORK description does not read very grandly but the shrewdest thought tho highest mechanical skill and tho best workmanship havo been concentrated in tho building and equipment of tho CXACT COPV OF WBAPPCR queens train and tho arrangements TH CNTAUn COMPANY NEW YORK CITY safeguarding it arc though tho words merge on paradox careful and costly The ordinary traffic is suspended so is all shunting Platelayers watch the track and there is vigil at every -- airsrL ft A pilot engine is- run 15 crossing i tXK minutes ini advance of tho train throughout its entire journey its 9SS BSf S Tj JJP ff progress is telegraphed from point to point and a sharp lookout is kept by the officials to detect tho slightest irregularity in running The avcrago speed of the train does not exceed 36 miles an hour and her majesty has such a sense of security on the line ThiB famous Kentucky SUMMUR RESORT is now open for guests uuicr that some years ago when railway accidents wero more frequent she wrote to tho directors of tho railway companies expressing the hope that the same security in traveling might be assured for all her people as was A practicil hotolmnu has btou Bolectcd to direct nfLiirs Special tit so judiciously provided for herself Many improvcmoutH hnvu beou miiclo in tho toution givou to Un cuiuiuo Good Words hotol anil surroundings Hotel rtttos roiiHonblo A pleasant timo iu tHoro for you Rooms bright and well vculilntod A splomlid band of music in GLADSTONE AS PHRASEMAKER attendance green curtains is furnished Apcrfccf nemedy forConslipa SourStoniachDiarrhoca Inr lJ i Kind You Have FIERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and II neighboring towns to sub scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reliable war news ui Always Bougfif Â¬ JUhuillilifl mssssEMzsBssMssssssssmssm i TlieD aii Ke nmcKi ans J Ti - AY80N f Telegraph erviee Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad Tlie Kentuekian is published every evening except Sunday and very department of the paper is supplied with a JSM 3ijrrrft news service that cannot be yv8l NT ffirrSF surpassed in all Western Ken tucky w- v m j NEW MANAGEMENT lM f r Words and Phrases That Have Been sorbed Into Everyday Talk Ab- Â¬ Grand Ball Every Friday Kiglil During tlie Season Hopkinsville Produce Hnrkct Cash priccB paid by Hopkinsville morchnutB Ufa Bncon Hams country ShoulUora Sitloa 4ifio G7c 12Jino 810o Lard iCountry Produce 57o Buttor Eggs Tallow r 7c Now foathora Beoswnx GiiiBeug por lb 2528o 1821c 2Jc 2225 Honoy Tiilvwnahcd wool qroiiBod 7i8o 2Go 181 8c t Poetr- yY fT chickens livo per dozl 50 180 2o S3 Roostora drain Clovor por bushol Corn Vhea 45o G7o itwMMtra Mr Gladstone once said that Peel phrasemaker like Disraeli ADDRESS Tho question is already discussed whether Mr Glad being stone himself can be ranked as a Mr Jowetl it seems phrasemaker CI was inclined to deny genius to Mr mmmmmnntamrtm mnmmmvuMu tMmrjt Gladstone on the ground that his words and phrases did not linger in IN the memory Mr Tollemache without agreeing to this test as a criterion of genius claims the forgetfulncss of Mr Gladstones words anu phrases as a proof of their force and popularity They have been so popular as to havo been absorbed into cvery day talk and to have been dissociated from their original context in tho groat oraImporter and Manufacturer of tors speeches There is a good deal of truth in this hut it may also be urged that there are plenty of Mr Gladstones phrases to bo recalled In tho history of the reform movement thoGladstonian words Arc they Sfcte not our own flesh and blood will never be forgotten and in tho same political connection tho capable citizen has a special Gladstonian property If bag and baggage i9 not original it is at all events strictly Gladstonized since the Bulgarian speeches Similarly the oratorical distinction between tho classes and tho masses is a Gladstonian phrase Yo recall tho union of hearts con Â¬ MR FM WHITLOW of Hopkinsville Kyf is my soiicitor tho trasted with the paper union doublo dose of original sin tho dis tinction which it passed tho wit oi WV G WncELER W n Faxon man to devise the happy phraso the and the flowing tido is with us threatening ono tho resources of civilization are not exhausted the dim and distant future tho sands are Grain Dealers running in the hour glass our plan Tobacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants holds tho field tho Old Parliamen- Â¬ Fire Proof Warehouse con nusSKrLviMn and n it sts tary Hand and the streak of silver No doubt many more will occur Eea Cy Hopkinsville to our readers and tho harvest of Gladstonian phrases will provo to he Liberal Advauco on OonsiBmnonts All Tobacco dont us Oovorod by Insurauco fertile London News was not a or Bright Â¬ xs37OrL Springs 137 1852 Â¬ Â¬ ESTABLISHED SA M U JCJL Li 0DGS0N TrtHB lWnWrtfl MMM r MM W 1 Daily delivered In the city 10 Cts Per L Jt 2 ie V r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Marble and Grranite Mon uments HICK 8H D BE Tele 00 2 RATFQ - RY MAN Daily Daily Daily Semi One Month - 35 - Three Months One Year Weekly Edition 100 28 1 400 yr 200 TAJBLJLTS ETC The Kentuekian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained 1 Â¬ Whelr Mills Co Subscribe Now And Get Tlie News i 1 x O oujhi in yuur siiuurjUJJ- uy mail uau at tne olhce m the Ken tuekian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 Address i1 1- j t Â¬ Curfew in Coroa a ConiHholjod Livofltodlc HcOgs SJipop Cnttlo Qalves Lamba nidyH and Fura v Q roon hides Qroon snlted hidoa Dry Hint Watermolou8 FlorWwf At tho suusct hour in Seoul Corca town bell proclaims the fact when tlio sun has vanished beneath tho ho y rjjV 53325 rizon No man is allowed in tho TV 2GOD0O street after that hour under penalty 2B08BO of a flogging hut strange to Ey the arc permitted to go f s300825 women visiting their frionds around as orstroll C300tfd25 usual pleasure ing for 50o KEWDR1CK RUNYON v PIlorHIBTOllH QV X Central TobaccoWarehouse J 6lavUiiUe TenussG Wc Solicit the Patronage of AH Who v 5L r Cfl7c What Victoria Rules Have Tobacco To Sell Clius M Meacham Fublislior A 10l2o 253o4- 71c lOOMUlandg t Aatfltistician compute that Queen Victoria is sovereign over ono conti- nant lOO peninsulas COO promen rjw 1000 lakes 2000 rivers iM Ficc Storage to Shippers Cash AdvaucieR Made on Consignments HOPKINSVILLE KY Al M- - Rf KENDU10K BAiiMHAK OOnOs nfM 1 J i J i J J HEAVY SALES And Some Fine Leaf Offered Good Prices Realized MANY MATTERS OF NEWS Of More or Less Moment Carefully Compiled WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN 6PECIAI and Â¬ J StSiX H3m For Week Ending August Official Advlcds 2 Frm - For Our Local Readers ip ANYTHING OF INTEREST HAS TRANSPIRED YOU WILL FIND IT HERE NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS so much complaint in the last letin has been thoroughly broken and in many localities there has been entirely too much rain Corn has been greatly benifited and is The drouth of which there was Bul- Â¬ APPRAISERS APPOINTED And Other Court Matters of Inter- Â¬ erally shows improvement Hemp An unknown negro tramp was is more promising than at any time On motion of Edgar Bradshaw beginning of the season Messrs TC P Rives Thos Garnet run over and killed at Dycrsburg since the Monday afternoon niiuVWitislon Henry were appointed Tenn estate man was seated on the track appraisers of the personal will make a report to the County Court li B Johnson was to day ap Â¬ pointed overseer of the Kirkmans ville and Fairvicw road from Fair view to Todd county line some miles west of Fairview est to the Public very promising in an sections Roasting ears are plentiful and a COLORED TRAMP KILLED good yield of the early planted is already assured in many counties On the 1 C Road at Dycrsburg There is still much complaint con- Â¬ cerning tobacco but the crop gen- Â¬ Tcnn oflhe late Otis Dradahaw They i I Edgar Bradshaw qualified as ex- Â¬ Esq T M Barker of Kennedy ecutor of the estate of Gus Brad Â¬ tion is in town to day M with Win shaw deceased Bradshaw W D Harrison B F Dr and Mrs T W Blakey reDR ROSE DEAD Bradshaw Hatlie II Buchanan J turned last evening from California M Buchanan and Bettie Harrison A Prominent Physicians Career Miss T E Caudle of Newstead The bond was ap as sureties was in the city this morning shop Ends in the Asylum proved and accepted ping AliSS CORA MORRIS Attorney John D Hill has returnDr Milton Rose a patient in the asylum from Owensboro who ar- Â¬ ed from a weeks sojourn at Sebree of Mr R P Morris rived about two weeks ago died Springs Daughter Monday night of cerebro softening Messrs L D Burkholder and Married fir Shutes Dr Rose was 73 years old and Julian Boxley of Crofton are- here in to day on business Mr C B Shutes and Miss Cora was long a prominent physician was His body Owensboro Morris were united in marriage Mrs Lou Mosely returned this Sunday at the home of the brides shipped to Owensboro last night morning from a visit to the family parents Mr and Mrs R P Mor Â¬ His wife met the remains at Hen- Â¬ of Mr Creed Ilaskins at Guthrie ris Sunday afternoon Rev Crow derson and returned to Owensboro Mrs Oscar Simpson of Tuscum officiating says the Madison ville where the burial will take place bia Ala is visiting Dr EN Mail Mr Shutes is the local man Â¬ this afternoon family this week Fruits ager of the Cumberland Telephone Miss Ada Miles of Bennettstown OFFERS TO MARRY Company and is an excellent gen is visiting the family of Mr J W tleman having made many friends Â¬ Tim The Girl to Stop the Prosecution Carloss of Church Hill neighborsince coming to Madisonville hood That Jailed Him bride is the daughter of R P Mor- Â¬ Mr Phil TJohnson and Mr ris who formerly conducted the James L Johnson went to Hop- Crofton Hotel and is now running John Radford who left the Long Owensboro new Southern at Dawson view neighborhood some time ago kinsvillc yesterday the charged with seducing a colored Messenger Wants a divorce girl was captured in Henderson Mr Walter Trainum has accept Â¬ and brought back last night and is ed a position with Mr SamFrankel Colored Couple Have Pound now in jail Radford has sent for as salcman Mr Trainum isan the girl to day and offers to marry excellent salesman and will make Alarriage a Failure her if she will let that stop the Mr Frankel a valuable man The girl has not been Miss Mary E Johnson of Bloom Marian Norsinger to day filed prosecution from her husband heard from on the proposition yet ington 111 and Miss L ula Eye suit for divorce stone of Normal 111 are visiting William Norsinger to whom she MILLS PLACE SOLD on Fourteenth Mrs Campbell She was married July 3 1890 street states in her petition that in March of 94 defendant abandoned her Purchased by H H Golay for Thomas Cunningham and daugh- Â¬ on her part and that without fault ter Miss Alice Cunningham left at 4215 they hnve not lived together since noon for Hopkinsvillc and Cadiz to Defendant now lives in Henderson Owensboro In- Â¬ residence property of Mrs visit relatives The Ivy The parties are colored Jno N Mills on East Seventh quirer street was sold at public auction Mrs Charles Driver and daugh- Â¬ HANNA IN TROUBLE yesterday afternoon It was first ter Miss Beulah went to Hopkins offered in lots subdivided and then ville Saturday to attend the bed Â¬ Likewise Hardy for Breach of the as a whole It brought more un- Â¬ side of Mrs Drivers mother w hois Peace divided and was knocked off to Mr quite seriously ill Madisonville Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The and evidently in a drunken stupor was for he paid no attention to the ap- Â¬ proach of the passenger train No 131 The engine struck him with such force that the body was knock Â¬ ed across the track and the entire train passed over it There was nothing about the man that would lead to his identification and the body was mangled beyond recogni- and gardens minor crops meadows are doing very well and The room for that of this year Ladies real lisle fast black seamless hose double sole Q- threshing of the wheat and oats high spliced heel extra durable Killing at Cadiz has been further delayed by rains Cadiz Ky Aug 3 Major Ba and in many localities the grains Ladies super maco imported drop stitch hose Hermsdbfk dye arc sprouting in the shock and kcr a negro wa Bhot and killed fine silk finish double sole and heel highest ex- - Ci K A number of correspon Â¬ near here last night by Ed Stun Â¬ stack ccllencc in material and manufacture dents state that plowing for fall ners The negro attempted to en Â¬ wheat has begun ter the sleeping apartments of Mr Ladies beautiful imported lisle hose supreme quality extra sliced heel double sole new style drop stitch dttOLr PERSONAL GOSSIP Sumners daughter To days tobacco sales were con siderably heaviei4 than those of yesterday bringing the total sales of the week Up to nearly five hun- Â¬ dred hogsheads Some fine leaf was offered and brought very satisfac Â¬ tory prices several hogsheads go Â¬ ing as high as 515 and one was sold at 1550 Considerable nondescript tobacco was offered and as there is not much demand for this char Â¬ acter of the weed just now rejec- Â¬ tions were numerous The sales were well attended and bidding on all was spirited The 97 crop is now rapidly disappearing to make Hosier If Offering ft r i - ON j f Sale TO DAY i JLtU jlter dskjxj TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Ladies fast black and fast tan seamless hose - Corrected Dully Ky Unit ItawlliiH Ilankor mill Broker IIopkliiRvUle Ky CIiIchro AInrket I HQ QQ Q tsKs t far Si t Mens fast black and fast tan fine gauge seamless socks Mens fine muslin hemstitched handkerchiefs in great variety of beautiful pattern borders Another shipment of those splendid bleached vests for ladies with taped neck and arms - Opg G5tf 64 32 I Iligt 66 65 X 33 33 I Closing 67 65 64 32 33 20 8 87 5 17 5 15 GGyi Cash Wheat Sept Wheat Dec r Wheat Oats Sept Corn Dec Corn 33 XlO Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept 20tf 9 12 5 30 5 30 20 9 12 5 30 5 30 Pork Lard Ribs wheat puts 65 calls Now YorkStoclm unit Cotton I Opg 5 87 1 26 98 1 07 54 1 1 I Higt 5 88 1 Closing 5 87 1 27 Aug Cotton Am Tob Chicago Gas Q CB 28 99 99 1 083 1 09 N L Manhattan Sugar Coal Iron Wheat Corn 54 1 07 54tf 1 06 tf 1 39 1 07 39 25 J 40 25 iT 25 108 421 Uhlcngo Kccolpts To diiy Oats Hogs A r - Cars Cars 181 Cars 30000 Head The Daily KentucUian s400 PER YEAR Kfltlmiittd Itecelpts To morrow 110 Cars Wheat 500 Cars Corn 300 Cars Oats Hog Murkot i W9 Hogs To day 30000 390 392 370 392 V sa Light Mixed Rough Heavy f RESULTS T Special m BASEBALL SPECIAL j Shoes WEEK 4V YESTERDAYS GAMES Philadelphia 1 Cleveland1 9 OK Prices EST Louisville 1 Pittsburg 2 II H Golay for 34215 Mail New York 7 Clubs Boston 1 Washington 0 Cincinnati 5 Won 62 57- HBtfMlM m I ft J I f i i I 1 I - It i B Vf ill m ry f KHIIily ijmjwf vr lit f I i The Commonwealth case against Two Cases of Typhoid Fever John Hanna and Rich Hardy two Miss Gertrude Vaughan daugh Â¬ colored men charged with fractur ing the peace as called for ter of Mr R F Vaughan of Fair trial before Judge Cansler but not view is quite ill with typhoid fever Miss Ella Everett daughter of being ready the case was continued Mr J B Everett of the same until August 12 place is also very sick with fever GOT ONE CENT Miss Vaughans brother Will died of the same disease about a week Annie Green Wagged Her Tongue ago and Miss Everetts brother W II Everett Jr also died two Too Freely days later from a similar attack Annie 0 reen col was tried in Imbibed to Excess Judge Canslers court this morning Judge Leavell sat in judgment on charged with using abusive lan- iruatre She was fined the lowest a pair of plain drunks this morn- Â¬ ing One was assessed 5 and penalty one cent and costs trimmings and the other was dis Â¬ Piano Recital missed He showed to the courts satisfaction that he had been using Miss Louise Armstrong gave piano recital at Mr W S Davi liquor for medicinal purposes sons last evening and entertained Shot In the Foot about a doen ladies and gentle Â¬ Â¬ Private Ruly of the 3rd United men Those who enjoyed the occa States infantry who was shot in sion were Mr and Mrs J E McPherson the foot at Santiago passed through Miss Mary McPherson Mrs C II the city this morning en route to Dietrich Mr and Mrs J I L Mc Â¬ his home at Sheboygan Wis on Pherson Mrs J T Wall Mrs L a furlough He exhibited a num Â¬ H McKcc Mrs Chas M Meacham ber of relics from the battlefield Mr and Mrs Walter Kelly Mr Capt Duvis Sick and Mrs M 1 Crenshaw Capt Mc J Davis is quite sick Weber Breathitt Well at Iiib home on West Nineteenth Private Weber Breathitt who Htrcct He has a slight attack of was left behind by his company at fever but IiIh condition is not con- Chickamauga on account of sick Â¬ sidcred dangerous ness has recovered and bus joined the regiment at Newport News now Two Brothers Sick embarking on the Yale Ilishealth is sick Mr Stephen Trice Jr is entirely restored is unable to with rheumatism and His brother John Dewey had part of his liver re Â¬ leave his room sev- - Trice Jr is also quite ill with an moved by a surgical operation attack of bilious fver Â¬ Mrs Ada Layne who left a few days ago for Kansas City Mo to visit relatives on her arrival there learned of the serious illness of her sister who resides in San Antonio Texas and who has gone to thelat ter place Rev F A Mitchell pastor of the M E church at Marion who had been spending several days here with his son Mr F J Mitchell and daughter Mrs Ira Humble returned home yesterday afternoon HOW THEY STAND ost 30 31 PC 674 647 618 595 556 545 511 494 388 355 352 260 Men s FOR Tail THIS Cincinnati Boston Cleveland Baltimore Chicago New York Pittsburg Philadelphia Brooklyn Louisville Washington St Louis 55 50 50 48 46 42 33 32 31 25 34 34 40 40 44 43 52 58 57 67 Willow calfj hand sewed 500 Vici kid shoes for 399 all silk top hand sewed 500 shoes for 399 hand sewed 400 shoes for 299 - Mrs Robertson and daughter SCIIRDULK FOR TO DAY Miss Nellie of Hopkinsvillc are Boston at Louisville visiting Miss Cora Wilson Baltimore at Chicago Miss Nannie Byars of Hopkinsvillc New York at Cincinnati is the guest of relatives in the city Washington at Pittsburg Mrs Mattie Rutherford and Brooklyn at St Louis daughters Mattie and Annie have Cleveland at Philadelphia returned from a visit to Ilopkins- ville Miss Jimmie Uyars of Will Wed To Morrovv Hopkinsvillc is visiting relatives Mr Riley Hammond and Miss in the city Elkton Progress Nettie King popular young North Christina people will marry to- Â¬ HERE AND THERE morrow evening The happy event 30 head young cattle and fine will take place at the home of the Milk Cowb for sale W W Ware brides parents and Esq II C Ilclsley will perform the ceremony WANTED TO LOAN first class real estate security 3 Vici kid silk vesting top Vici kid kid top hand sewed 400 shoes for - 350 ii Vici kid silk vest top hand sewed 350 Vici kid kid top hand sewed 350 shoes shoes for 299 for - - 299 Broken Lots of Tan Shoes at 150 2 and 250 1000 on 1o years Apply to I Gko F CAMiMiKLt Attorney Fine fresh pasture near town S II CrMSOKTT n new uprignt uaiuwin piano IUI OllV iVk 11 Ml MMWy - H Brown USE ARE SHOE BARGAINS FOR J p II A H McNrcrcrYtNorth Liberty i Urtltllll IMUlJSTS ail ME1 r Tailoring made far Remember the flalne Place to get your tine Merchant Hopkinsvillc Ky JPETBBW W F gas CO xsew iv r a ouice kiKi r 1520f and SultsSM Vct7th street opposite 7 H ih uy 3 S5 lowrlght Pants LATEST DESIGNS Hljfliwtt OIhm wi YHMri at i ut m jyfa - f- - u fcfiiii Ifc t uAilm- - i n J urkHtHHitilt Mr F mMwf W i wmmimiw - MWy