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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i S fe i Wither Focsts rfibvlilc Special tfy Aug to- - HE i- - Fair jrn Ig bt and Friday Warunir Fnday 9H1 V HOPKINSVILLE KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 4 1898 A SOLID FRONT Nebraska Ftisionists Agree Up on a Ticket Most of the Nominees Are Popu Wc Set The Pace ilBHHt JF VOL 1 NO 85 PRIOE 2 CENTS FORTY Deaths Every Day at Mi mjttfifc SPAIN WILL QUIT Â¬ Bui She is Higgling 1 Over the Details GAR CIA Is On the Warpath Once More 4 Will Try to Beat Us Arms ftJ at Diplomacy lists Democrats Oct One Man Where She Failed In Santiago A 5 Have the Real Facts Been Kept Back By Shatter -- Santiago Cuba Aug 4 Spacial condition of affairs here is growing worse and worse The daily death record now forty and in addition to yellow fever there an epidemic of dysentery and malarial fevers There are now more than 4200 sick the in the hospitals and the deaths soldiers are ten or fifteen a day Special has sent the following cable to Washington The army is incapable because ness to march anywhere except to the ports Secretary Alger has ordered Shatter to move his army into the interior to the of San Luis where it is healthier There is a great deal of sickness amongst the troops and it is increasing every day Kentucky Troops Embark Santiago Aug 4 and Start Special assured Spains reply formally presented to the President last evening by Ambassador Cambon leaves no further room for doubt that she will Lieutenant Governor E A Gil- Â¬ accept the general terms and con- Â¬ ditions for cessation of hostilities bert of York of State Win F Por- Â¬ laid down in the Presidents note Secretary ter of Merrick Ijpnnal acceptance is all that is of lacking Auditor John F Cornell Spain is still hopeful of securing Richardson Treasurer John B Mezcrve of further concessions and is appar- Â¬ ently afraid to agree to the general Redwillow Â¬ Superintendent of Public Instruc- terms proposed without knowing The tionWin R Jackson of Holt inore of the details that will be in Land Commissioner Jacob V sfttcd upon In the conferences Wolfe of Lancaster tliat followed the delivery of the is Attorney General Constantino reply M Cambon sought to be more is fiflly informed as to these details All Smith of Douglass Â¬ All are Populists but the Lieu members of the Cabinet areextrame tenant Governor who is a free sil- Â¬ ly reticent as to the progress made soldiers ver Republican and the Attorney in ticse conferences which lasted Until a late hour last night General a Democrat among It is believed that several more MATT WALL DEAD not s will be exchanged before an agreement is reached but little Expires Suddenly at Clarksvillc doubt is felt at Washington that Gen Ames Spam is prepared to accept what Â¬ This riorning ever the United States imposes as of sick- Â¬ Mr Matt Wall of Clarksvillc the terms of peace Among the details about which oclock this trans- Â¬ died suddenly at 1230 that city of Spain wants an understanding in morning at his home in adwmce is the manner of evacuat Â¬ dropsy of the bowels lie was a brother of Messrs Tom ing Cuba and Porto Rico She G en and Jack Wall of Gracey and a wants to be allowed to take away hills cousin of Councilman J T Wall of all her military property The Spanish note also wants to know this city will be brought to this who is to pay for the transportatThe body city to night at 10 oclock and be ion of her troops to Spain and who to- Â¬ is to maintain order in the islands buried at Hopewell Cemetei pending the evacuation morrow at 2 n m Mr Hall was well know in thisV IN TENNESSEE city and his death will be learned ELECTIONS with deep regret by a large circle County Officers Being Elected all of friends Over the State For Porto Rico CANT AGREE IN TEXAS 4 Lincoln Neb Aug 4 Special The fusion forces of Nebraska selected the following ticket after twenty four hours deliberation Governor Win A Poynter of Boone countv Washington Aug An early peace is He Is Now Marching Against the City of Holguin Santiago Cuba Aug 4 Special Gen Garcia the of Cu- Â¬ ban leader in this province has captured the He is now marching with a strong force town Mayri Â¬ against the large city of Holguin Garcia is evidently determined to win some victories on his own account and occupy the cities he captures with Cuban troops Gen Wades Division Made Up The Second Kentucky Not in it Washington Aug 4 Special Maj Gen Wades pioisional di- vision for Porto Rico was made up yesterday The present stations and routes to be taken of his command are as follows M Special About 600 of the First Newport News Va Aug 4 Kentucky Regiment comprising six companies as the whole of the Third Battalion and half of the Second in command of Lieutenant Colonel Belknap embarked last evening on the transport Hudson There seems to be no doubt that the Hudson will cret away in ad vance qf the other vessels of the expedition General Grant is anxious to make a start and for that reason ordered the Kentucky men to em- Â¬ bark on the Hudson Just before going aboard they were paid off People here have become used to seeing troops embark so there was not much of a demonstration at the piers The men themselves were in a happy frame of mind and cheered lustily as they marched aboard The remainder of the First Kentucky Regiment will embark to day on the Leon It is understood that the Third Kentucky will go on the yale with General Grant Â¬ Democratic Dead locked on Territorial Exten- Â¬ Convention sion Question Galvestion Tex Aug 4 Spec- Â¬ The Democratic State con- Â¬ vention is deadlocked on the propo sition of territorial extention Con Â¬ gressman Bailey is leading the op Â¬ position and it is expected that a report will not be reached fur some time In the meanlime the time of the convention is taken up w itli ad dresses it having been decided not to make any nominations until the platform has been reported and adopted ial Â¬ Â¬ A Reported Carlist Uprising In a Spanish Province Second Texas are now at Jacksonville and will sail director from Fernandina First Arkansas First Maine First New Hampshire Third Tennes Â¬ see First Vermont First West Virginia and Fifty second Iowa are at Chickamauga and will sail from Newport News First Connecticut First Muouri First New Jersey First Rhode Island and Third Virginia are at Camp Alger Va and will go from Newport News First Delaware now in Delaware probably will sail from New York First Maryland at Fortress Monroe will sail direct Twenty second New York now at Fort Slocum will sail from New York The County elections are being held Fifth Illinois is not in the list but will sail witii Wades expedition or to day under the Dortch law in the ders having been sent in direct last night cities The old fashioned tickets will be voted in the county precincts In Montgomery the races Our Hawaiian Soldiers ll contests with ery are in them There are little politics resident Gives Authority six candidates for sheriff live for trustee four for register four for Special -- ten Merriam commanding the San Francisco Aug I circuit clerk and three or four for each of the smaller offices C D Department of California has received the lollowmy dispatch from Ad Â¬ Bailey for county clerk is the only jutant General Corbin man running without opposition The President directs that if any of the military forces of the Ha waiian Islands desire to become a part of your volunteer army that you GIVENS CUTS LOOSE are authorized to organize not to exceed one battalion of infantry nam Â¬ Becomes a Full Fledged Republican ing the offcers and causing the ollicers and men to be mustered into the service and have them to report to Col Dnrber for duly and so Declares Â¬ Â¬ free-for-aÂ¬ First Alabama First North Carolina and SHOOTING MATCH i U At Ringgold Tenn On Friday of Next Week -- A special dispatch from Barcelona London Aug 4 Special says a formidable uprising of Carlists has taken place near Lorida Catalonia The province of Catalonia is in the northeastern corner of Spain and close to the headquarters of supplies supposed to have been estab lished by the Carlists in the Pyrenees Â¬ After the War the Pensions Applications Already Pouring In Special Washington Aug 4 Applications for pensions on ac- Â¬ count of the Spanish war are pouring into the office of Commissioner 15 van s Cinda Hack the widow of a Wisconsin soldier was the first appli- Â¬ cant and71 others were filed to day There are 35000 applications to be passed on ahead of the Spanish victims Secretary Day Confers Further Trouble May Be Up Washington Aug 4 a Special Secretary Day went to the White House this afternoon to confewjth the President European trouble may be prMfilUover the settlement of the Phil lpnincs or the Ladrones i v Kennedy Ky Aug 4 Special There will be an old fashioned shooting match at Ringgold Tenn on Friday August 12th All of the sportsmen in this vicinity will take part The prize will be a purse raised by those shooting Clay pigeons will be used and it will be an all day affair with a barbecued His Wife an American dinner for all who attend It is be Special It London Aug 4 ing looked forward to with much is reported that George N Curon pleasurable anticipation the Parliamentary Secretary for Treasury Picking Up the Foreign Office has accepted Spe- Â¬ Frunkfort Ky Aug 3 the office of Viceroy of India in suc- Â¬ cial The monthly balance sheet cession to Mr the Earl of Elgin of the State Auditor sfliowing the Curxon married Miss Mary Lciter condition of the Treasury to July the daughter of L Z Leiter of 31 was completed to day The re- Â¬ Chicago He was formerly Parlia port shows a good condition of af Â¬ mentary Under Secretary for India fairs the balance in the Treasury and is the author of a number of being 3289J1 as against 12000 prixe essayb for June 30 Died of Dropsy Hammond King William Crutchfield col died to Â¬ Riley Hammond was married day at his home on theMcKec farm Mr to Miss Minnie King in the court jtiBt south of the city of dropsy house hall at 1 p in by JudgeCans- - aged 21 ycar The Interment took 1ir Tin rminln Arc rreilrnln nf place at what is known as the Boyd North Christian Aar Haleys Mill grave yard on the lJutlcr road Â¬ There was a new recruit for the Republicans at Dixon Monday After Mr Fowler the Republican candidate made his speech Judge M C Givens late circuit judge in the Henderson district went to him and pledged him ihis support in the event of his nomination Judge Givens was formerly a Democrat and his new stand is the result of his affiliation with the Republicans in 1896 and 1897 Â¬ Cavalry Coming Home Including the Rough Riders Washington Aug 4 Special All the tmops of cavaln with Shatters army and the eight companies of NtKneelts rouyli riders have been ordered to proceed to Montauk L I for encampment Gen Shafter has been directed to use all the transport facilities lie can com Â¬ mand and to send the troops north a rapidh as possible The regular cavalry with Shafter comprises eight companies each of the First Third Sixth Ninth and Tenth cavalry all dismounted and four mount Â¬ ed troops of the Second cavalry OFFICER G0LAY Gone to Gracey After Jack flnson col Arrested for Larceny Jaclc Mason A t i u i NOT TOO OLD Centenarian Will Become Bridegroom To florrovv i i I l -- col was arrested Mr Harlow Terry and Miss Me- Â¬ night at Gracey by Marshal last Witty on a charge of petit larceny lissa U J Trotter will be married Deputy II II Golay went down to in the LantripR School House dis Â¬ Gracey this afternoon and will re trict to morrow The groom is one turn with the prisoner at 720 to of the oldest men in the county night behig not far from 100 years old Mason is accused of appropriat His bride is a young woman ing to his own uhc roasting ears The old geiHIuman was in town belonging to a farmer living near to day and secured the license and that place It is understood that returned home making a trip of there are two or more complaints about w nines in one day ovur a against him rough road Â¬ H 81 I m Zhc ffl Bl ail flfcetttucktan 4 luWhed orcry oVenlntf except Uimday by Delivered by carriers to all i ru of 10 CEXTO VSR WEEK OXA X KXACltMC 818 8 Main oppressive tfreed and a crushing ralo taxation It is estimated there aro J 200 is tho group Thoro has bceu th city nt lands in no ollicnl Â¬ ham iLLinm I un iiuuinvuiii Kino vh The Kentnckian 1 Year 1 - couutlng REAL And the New Mtathews Sctvlug Machine FBEB arm S21 FOR ONLY illinium 1 Th For throe years tho United Slates 10 SUBSCRtPXIOx RATES OR Pen Wkek Month in Advance Per 100 Tzx Ykak in Auvanoe PehSMontus in Advanok 00 t8t DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS It is a long time since The Forum has had a number so varied and generally interesting as that for August The topics range from the Spanish War to Spiritualism and without exception the authors write with the force and freshness of men who are thoroughly inter Â¬ ested in their subjects The table of contents is as follows The Spanish War and the Equilibrium of the World Brooks Adams TheAnglo American Commission Edward Farrerj Austria Hungary Under the Reign of Francis His paper second Joseph Excellency Albert von Schafile New Constitutional Amendments The Development James Schoulcr Hon of the Policy Reciprocity John Ball Osborne The Future of T J J See Great Telescopes Our Need of a Permanent Diplo- Â¬ matic Service lion George L Rives How a Savage Tribe is Governed Major John W Powell The Repetition of History in Our War with Spain S Leonard Thur low The Problem of Immortality Some Recent Mediumistic PhenomNew ena James II Hyslop Prof Trials for Old Favorites Brander Matthews Â¬ J HENRY D ALLEN tfc UNION COUNTY v One of the questions left unset- Â¬ tled will be Who starved the Cu- Â¬ bans The three silver parties of the Sixth Iowa district have nominated Gen J B Weaver for Congress Preparations are being made to receive the Spanish court at Vienna in the event of a revolution at Mad Â¬ rid growing out of the present war And so Gen Lee is to lead the army of occupation into Havana It is to hoped Gen Blanco will have time to see him when he calls next time Spain is to pay the cost of the war let us stop the stamp tax bur Â¬ dens as soon as the treaty issigned We have had enough war taxes in If time of peace diplomatic relations are resumed let us have Cervcra for He is al- Â¬ Spanish Ambassador most popular ready here and is the Spaniard on this side of the ocean When With Admiral Diederichs pre senting us with beeves in Manila and the Porto Ricans donating cattle for our invading army we will soon be in a position to blow our own horns Â¬ Mrs Annie Maher of New York died from heart disease brought on by inordinate laughing at a funny btory her husband was telling This should be a warning to all husbands not to try to be too funny when their wives are present Facts About Philippines Mrs George Law a widow of New York it is said will soon be- Â¬ come the Queen of the Maharajah of Kapurthala who is only 2G years of age She met him when he visited this country Â¬ Henry Thompson who has been editor of the Paducah News for something like twenty years has resigned and has been succeeded by Ed O Leigh one of the best known and most capable editors of the State army has now traveled about 40 miles of the road to San Juan and is about half way from his landing place There are sev but the eral other towns to pat invasion ih expected to be a tri umphal inarch to certain miccum with bcarcely a show of opposition Miles Col Womon exceed men in numbers Oiled rags aro used for brooms Cattlo aro no lurgor thiiu goats Hats are worn only by foreigners All the women smoke large cigars Spanish soldiers march barefooted The natives bathe three times a day Hopkinsville Produce riarket Water buffaloes aro used for plow Cash prices paid by Hopkiusville ing met chants Manila was founded by Legaspi in Bacon 1571 imports from theso islands havo aver aged 7000003 a year Delinquent taxpayers nro whipped at tho post banished and their prop- ABSTRACTS OF TITLE orly confiscated Tho atmosphere of Manila has been Money loaned at 6 per cent likoncd to tho Biivor of caehoiiB aud on first class real estate for tho bito or rid poppers a term of 5 years Tho initio half caste woars trousers Wo hnvo for sale hoiuo of the bos and a shut Tho lattor is not con building lots in tho city and on terms finod iu the trousers Prices ranging to suit ptirchttBors Tho British captured Manila in 17 from 20 to 1000 They nro located 02 with a fleet of fourteen ships aud We in nonrly ovory part of tho city hold it for fifteen months also havo for salo farms in this and Tho capital or the Philippines is adjoining counties Theso farms aro Manila It has a population of 200 owned by parlies who wish to soil 000 aud over 00000 in tho suburbs Below is a partial list of them Iu tho Philippines thoy havo butter A Fine Farm near Kennedy illes as large as batB Their eoloi is fawn and thoy havo ruby oyea Well improved good land well wa Pnmo do Rivera Govornor of tho is tored and timbered 180 acres Price r100 lauds twico made an enormous for A Farm of 350 acres on Butter tune out of gambling licenses Tho wealth of tho mnn who owns a milk Road shirt is estimated by the fineness of iB Two thirds iu lino timber good im texture and tho way it is worn provomont8 well watered 8i miles Tho streets of tho city uro lined from tho city Jiig bargain stone houses Romberg Prico with massivo 900 churches and airy cottages iu trop Farm of 106 acres onButler Road ied groves Gen Woylor was Governor of the Threo and one half miles from the islands for four yoars Ho saved SI city well improved good orchard nd never failing water 000000 out of his annual salary of Prico 750 10000 A farm of 20 acres on samo road The chief diversion of Manila is the 3J miles from the city well improvcockfight Tho pit is as big as a cir ed A good poultry or market gar ctis Four thousand spectators can be den farm in good neighborhood accommodated 100 f rice Houses aro raised on postB to por Farm of 75 acres on Greenville mittlie water to How under them in Road rainy teasons Thoy are built to with Six miles from tho city Tho verj stand earthquakes best placo iu the neighborhood Tho orchids found in the juugles timbor good water buildings orch and difficult of acccsB BOtnotimes ard and in a fine state of repair Prico 650 1000 apiece It takes command montliB to stalk tho demou flowers A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 Spains troublesoino and impecunacres near Elmo ious nobles havo always beou sent to Twenty acreB of timber tho remain Cuba aud tho Philippines It is not ing in high stato of cultivation All considered mannerly to question how tho buildings in good condition thoy obtained their wealth when they splondid neighborhood Price 2200 return to Spain Chicago Tribuuo - ESTATE AGENT fell Mil Klaclie IDE With all tho latest im roveme uts Tho bdst Machinoi for tho least monoyj ovor manufact ined simplo durable Light running noisoloss 10 Every Machine warranted years 21 A SfiO Machino for for and freight prepaid CaBh must accompany nl orders wheelltolkcepldrcssjfromgettlngfonjwhccl Attachnicnts Am tho famous Johnsons sot TlioIIend Is Ave and one half Indies liiali lu a tin box aud consists of tuokor rufllor tnd olKlit and one half incites long Inside fourhemmors binder quitter foot hemmcr measurement T1i1sik JukH na any family and feller undor braider and sheerer oil can aiachlno made anil must not bo confounded and oil two icrcw drivers six bobbins paper with tlio medium or HO calJed high arm ma of needles thumb screw gunge and book of chines Tho head plate foti Into or level with directions thotablo The Furniture Is vroll modo highly pol Â¬ All theso Hat on ished and elegant in appcarauco Tho machines will be sent out with oak furniture mo side aud cannot bo Hotwrotii unless walnut is ttpcolflcd Kach machine has Tho Shuttle Is open on tho end cylinder a lock to thedraword and cover nlco nickel ihupo and absolutoly Holf tlireadliiu to TliellrarliiKj Aro nil atuel well Ittod and plato drop rings andall drawers All machines arc well packed crated adjustable Self thiuadliiK Tlio maohinols IlKAD OOK OUAKANTKK and no hole to put tho thread through Th Now Mathews Machine is warranted 10 except tlioeyo of the needle Tho Fccd ISioslttvo In action and has uo yeais tromdatoof purahasO aud thirty days nrlng3 touotnut ofordor trial of it If pcrfcot and entire satisfaction Automatic Bobbin Wlndor Will wind the 1b not given tho machino may bo rcshlpped to tousatourexpenso and the money paid us oobbln as smooth at on a spool of thread ThoSlltch Is double look stltnh The samo will bo tefunded promptly on both sides and will not ravel Can bo Under this guarantee you run no risk what Â¬ lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty ever in purchasing tho New Mathews Machino stitches to tho Inch trial It TiinTenslon Is a flat spring tension and ad You havo thirty days reason ofyou in your own should wish homo and If for any justable to nil Htzes of tlircud Wheol Is nlcklis plated and has a to return tho machino it may co shipped to us lland loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder at our expenso and the money will bo ro- innueu without running machine Tho Movement la tho celebrated cccontrlo All communications regarding tho rfew movements positive In action and fewor work- Mathews Machino should be addressed to ing parts than any maoblne on the market The Stand Has laige balance wheel hangs CHAS M MEACHAM on two adjustable centers The treadle is large and hangs In cone centers and all lost motion Hopkinsville Ky can bo taken up nstors under cioh end and can bo easily moved A nice dress guard over HlKOUaOATIOMs g Â¬ Â¬ H Â¬ Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine This machino iB manufactured with tho view of supplying a long felt A Modem High arm first class Sewing Machino with all lato improvements and of first class material anil good workmanship including tho best and latest Attachments at a reasonable prico A book of instruc- Â¬ tions accompanies every machine tvant to wit - Â¬ Â¬ 100 acres In making your remittance wo prefer poslofljco monoy ordor registered lottor express monoy ordes or New York Exchange Individual checkB un5 Miles From City on less certified to will not bo received Â¬ Russellville Pike 5 Â¬ Â¬ John Jacob Astor who hasjmt returned from Cuba is Uhsessud for S70000000 inNcwYorkThore is il ready talk of starting a boom for him as a candidate for the Repub lican nomination for Governor on the strength of his war record Â¬ There are 20 people in New York assessed on property exceeding 5 000000 in alue The Roosevelt estate is in the 5000000 class and the lucky score range up to William Waldorf Astor who is the richest man in New York being assessed for 5112000000 Alabama did the thing this time in such a style that no doubts need hereafter to be held as to where she The entire Democratic stands ticket headed by Gov Johnson was elected by 55000 majority over the attempted combination of Re publicans and Populists The op position carried less than ten counties The financial press at Madrid published official statistics showing the cost of Spain of her colonial and foreign wars from March 18J5 to August 1898 exceeds 100000 000 with a loss of over 100000 lives The cos to us so far has been 100000000 inrush 100000 000 of bonded debts5 and about 100 lives Â¬ fi Vi t t 7 1 The three silver conventions in Nebraska adopted the same plat- Â¬ form and all endorsed the Chicago platform and declared for Bryan in 1900 The Populists have 1200 del Â¬ egates the Democrats 800 and the The op Â¬ Silver Republicans 500 position to territorial expansion territory so re- Â¬ - was confined to M IBS tt Of IM a mote as the Philippines course everybody wantH to take In fact Col w Porto Rico sent to help Bryanit him Â¬ take self in to be -- V country All the inhabitants fall aaleop at Shoulders midday Sides Freedom of speech is absolutely Laid prohibited Country Produce Indiana and Chiness patronize Un Butter horse ear linosEggs In M5 the city wns nearly doHtroy Now feathers 2nf28c ed by au earthquakeBeoswux 1821e 2Ac Tallow Manila puid 51000000 to England Ginseug pur lb 222fi as a ratiHom Honey Knives and forks aro unknown in 26c Tub washed wool the islands Groahod 13rJ 8c Manila is pronounced Mali neo la foul try by the natives Y ciiickuns live per dozS150l 80 A fiiBhioniiblo delicacy for the men -- o is the grasshopper Hoostors The common laborers receive aB drain much as 10 eontb a day 3 Clover pqr bushel Mosquitoes are mote foimidablo lro Corn H5j than Spanish gunboats Wheat 00c Corn shelled The poorer cIiishob robo themselves in one yard of cloth Live Btoek is used for illuminating Electricity Hogs 332B purposes in Manila Sheop S2fi0a300 The yearly output of cigais from tho Cattlo 2G08G0 Philippines is 1 10000000 Calves 800825 Lambs 5100425 The chief occupation of some of tho savage natives is murder Hides aud Furs is considered commercially Manila G reou hides G7c equal to Calcutta and Batavia 71e Green salted hides Dry iliut 1012e ThoHtieots of tho capital city are Watermelons uuder water much of the time to the islatuls are not numFlorida Visitors 2535c erous Tho earliest was Magellan VegotableB Tho high quality of tho indigo iB 7fio Now potatooB por bushel acknowledged throughout the world Cabbago por bond JGo lu 1807 the United States took 11 per Flour Retail cent of tho Manila hemp exported 125 Patent per bbl The oil of cocoa is used for lighting S3 75 Standard por bbl purposes throughout tho islands Hay Tho bushmon are uioru dreaded than 55o Clover por cwt earthquakes typhoons or plagues Good Timothy 70o Manila was taken and held sovural Bran retail 12Je months by the English over a coutury Tomatoes ago 20u Fauey por doz Tho streets of Manila are unpavod doz Choice per During the rainy season they aro im Greon Corn passable 10c Fancy doz oars Hundreds of portions have been son Choice doz oars 80 to tho penal settlements and even de prived of life Horses uro a curiosity Tho few I that aro raised in the islands aro too Por Infants and Children small to brand Tho land is fertile but tho nativos The Kind You Have Always Bought are too indolent and ignorant to culti Boars the vate it with ihe beat results Signature of Tho Insurrection hits beeu caused by QaniB - Well improved 15 acres of timber near church and school Prico 1800 810c 136 acres on Ducker Mill road lViUt 05 acres of bottom laud 2 good houses 2 barns well watered 15 acre 07c timber 1100 Prico 500 cash balance in one and 2 12luo years at 6 por cent Tho best furm 7c in tho neighborhood ABILITY 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 4M f7c CHICAGO RECORD - 78o 1 Besides those wo have other farni6 for salo and will take pleasure in showing any of them to parties wish ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab stracts of title fui uiBhed all purehas ors Now is the time to buy real estate Thrco tiaots of coal lands two of tho iiiinps partially developed Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest qunl ity One tract contains 000 acres ono 17H acres one 05 ueres Alt within i mile Illinois Central It H Will sell ut harguins anil on easy terms Hero uro fortunes for thV Â¬ 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 dispatcli 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 right muu For snlo or exchange a good pay ing hotel ut the famous Dawson Springs Will soil at ft bargain or oxchango for improved farming land well locuted 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 Address THE CHICAGO RECORD 181 by all postmasters Madison street Chicago For salo n good first elasB boarding hotiBO at Dawson Springs Will aoll on easy terms or oxchango for good notes Tho owners business compols him to reside olsowhore 30 acre ranch well improved near San Diego al Will oxchunge for property in Christian county Ky William Robinson Office Agt Ky Webber Street Hopkinsville Â¬ Join jBlCnstlemiui ArthuriQ Laughiuu Breckinridge Castlemnn Royal Docs the Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL in the World Â¬ The Largest Fire Insurance Company Largest Business in the State of Kentucky Docs tho Largest Business in tho Southorn States Losses Paid in Kentucky in 1896 I 24983102 u XJ RAIIV TIME TABLE BABBEI Walter FGarnctt Co GASTLEMAN Resident Agents Hopkinsville Ky Managers Southern Dcpnrtmeut General Office Loulflvillc ISfTectivo Lvilopktnavlllo Arlrlncuton Lv 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mmmmmktktmm - 1 P l- STOLE A HEN Him One Year hi w 1 MIH e Jury Cllves SBf jimp the Penitentiary BHr rsr t lid g case that has cauged jnuch in- tercet and amusement Jatnong the lawyers of the Gallatirfi Tcnn bar And the court juryVand spectators waa that of the State against Jim mtpi uumm w ftthe larceny of an old black Liixng- ShanJien the properly of Hon T ti MuiiiKcn on tne nrsi uay 01 lasi V 1 MMtl lit tifltfnnlnitilnlt llltltl I tilt tMJ J Turner representing the nle- iendant and T C Mullikcn the black hen The indictment placed the value of the hen at 25 cents but Â¬ H T f i kVJ the prosecutor Mr Mullikcn claimed that she was invaluable on ac- Â¬ count of being the only Langshan hen that laid hatched and raised full blooded Plymouth Kock chick- Vtens and so testified on the witness jstand On cross examination Mr Mullikcn admitted that his hen had been sick but still retained her value and that she laid from three to nine eggs per day all of which the jury believed and in their ver- Â¬ dict stated that the thief of such a claim chicken merited punishment in the How long will these spermntzoea penitentiary for the period of one live in the ovaduct is the question year and so assessed his punish- Â¬ The following experiment seems ment to the astonishment of all to prove ten days the limit Vho witnessed the trial American I placed a hen that had hatched and nursed a brood of chickens I Breed Langshans t Why without exposure with a cock for It gives me great pleasure to have three hours then I collected her an opportunity to answer the ques- Â¬ eggs with the following results tion Why I Breed Langshans First two eggs not pregnant in my mind Eight of the nine she layed inside The question arises is why dont everyone brenl Lang- Â¬ the ten days were pregnant All shans I believe them to be the eggs laid afterwards were not fer- Â¬ best fowl we have both for the fan- Â¬ tile I took a hen by herself that had cier and for the market poultry man and I have never found them been exposed while nursing her to possess any undesirable features chicks Seven of the eight eggs nor have I ever seen substantiated she laid in ten days were fertile any of the objections which are at All eggs laid after the ten days times brought out against them were not fertile I took a hen that had just finished Â¬ The Black Langshan is the Monarch of the show room and as such her litter waiting to incubate after it always attracts the largest num- Â¬ having been shut up for four days ber of visitors and the person who to break her setting but though ex- Â¬ cannot admire them certainly has posed for three hours not an agr no eye for the beautiful They are was fertile In this case I think the incubat- Â¬ the smallest of the Asiatic Breeds and are the most active and it is ing fever either destroyed all the this trait principally that makes spermatozoeas or there was not a sickness among Langshans almost complete copulation The iorce of those experiments unknown I be- Â¬ V The color of the Langshan is not you can consider as well as I duplicated on any other fowl and lieve if no male be with a hen the should not be confounded with the sperms from her last associates will But if changed from ordinary black of other breeds live ten days one male to another that the fourth The true color is a living lust ous glossy showing eo or ay etfkr lfld afterthe fourth black the green handsome sheen day will be from the last male So and free from any purple barring sure am I that 1 have many times whatever which is an indication offered large sums for a chicken of impurity and a bird showing that was hatched from the fourth it should not be bred This true egg being from the discarded male color in contrast with the blood for a vigorous new mate Healthy red comb and wattles is in my stock mated five days is safe Now tell me if you can when a opinion the acme of excellence hen that nexer saw a male will lay in regard to color As for style it can truthfully be said that they eggb and that all the circulation in are not surpassed by any breed an q is independent of the hen in the standard their handsome and commences 1000 or 3000 miles flowing tails and their upright from xvhere it has laid how can it and military bearing puts one in contaminate the same by compula- Â¬ mind of soldiers in dress parade tion with another breed lOven It is these qualities that cause among mummies that old theory is Not one man believes the fancier to pay the immense exploded prices that are often given for it noxv xvhere 100 used to believe it them A breeder who can produce Science denies it I know it is not so in dogs I do Black Langshans that are Black not believe it to be so in cattle Langshans can always sell his sur Â¬ plus stock at handsome prices and But many do If it were true in this reason alone is answer enough foxxls there would not be a breeder to the queston Why I Breed Lang- Â¬ in the land with a first class repu Â¬ tation shans As for the utility side 1 claim for I was at a yard only a few days Whom the supremacy as winter lay- - ago and saw three breeds all run ning together yet I know cases of uid aynuai tin vuiimi i Good Langshan stock should lay birds having been sold the past 150 eggs per annum and seven year from the yard at 520 to 100 tenths of the yield will be gathered each during the five coldest months of The c is the support and nour Â¬ the year ishment of the spermatozoca during Their meat is juicy and tonder its gestation while in the egg The even in the old fowls They are life germ iB transmitted by themalc adapted to the city lot or the farm It is the same as the semen of the There are no better mothers and male as in the disc of the yolk the young are hardy and quick to Circulation comes after expulsion mature by the hen In conclusion will say that the Turkeys have a heat One coabove remarks apply to Black pulation xvill impregnate all the Langshans in their purity and not eggs she lays inside of thirty one to specimens that are often called no more Langshans for no other reason than days that they are black and have feath Â¬ If you have owned turkeys you ers on their legs Mj record at have seen this heat last about last winters shows pane that thirty six hours Frequent copu Â¬ there are no better birds in the lations will take place and that is United States than can be piuul in the end of it till the next litter and my yards and it is to this fact that the eggs laid in thirty days are ferattribute my success with the tile- I K Felch in Colorado Poul Â¬ breed- - Adam Heimiibkokkp in try Journal farmers Home Journal 7 Tho Curiiata nro represented n ineatju of the ialtind is super- - wtgor to bogiu guerrilla warfare and languorous Shells been Trills scorns to bo about tho only sort mtirffui buttorily Uor trap of fighting that tlioSpauinrcla of to Â¬ Â¬ The Impregnation of Eggs How regularly this question bobs up for discussion I am frequently requested to write upon the matter as to day a letter comes for a word upon this subject I do not see that I can add any thing new In 1877 I wrote an experiment as follows and I have never been accused of shipping mongrels Jn the ovaduct running from egg sack to vent is the workhouse where impregnation takes place The ovary grows till it bursts its sack and is expelled into the ovaduct where lying in wait the spennato zoea ol the male in ever watchful to take possession of the disc and the yolk goes on to be enveloped in al- Â¬ All bumen and last by the shell this is secreted in the ovaduct Now in the healthy laying hen there arc from two to four eggs in their different stages of formation in this ovaduct that are subject to impregnation at one time The last two however arc past being impregnated if the hen has not been previously exposed All the secretions in the ovaduct must find escape at the vent for nothing goes back by absorption from that organ as some writers AN OPEN LETTER WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COlRTS OUR RIGHT TO AND THE EXCLUSIVE 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days lie didnt have the change handy and is now making a musical appeal to Mr Johnson Ernest Johnson was another col Â¬ ored gentleman of leisure who was same against the same and received the same sentence Ed Cooper was number tnrce of this interesting trio and as he was deadly found with a concealed weapon he got twenty five days more than his friends and will pur Â¬ sue his geological experiments for fifty six days One case of drunk and carrying Years Old and Couldnt concealed a deadly weapon was Eighty Wait for Death given a fine of 5 for one and 25 for the other offense with costs in both cases Satisfied J Mack Goff a well known citi- Â¬ zen of Daviess county committed BILL LEAVELL suicide at the home of his son Sid Goff Wednesday morning between An Escaped Workhouse Convict 3 and 4 oclock by hanging says the Inquirer Located in Russellville Mr Goff was 80 years old and leaves two sons Will Goff of Lou- Â¬ William Leavell one of the three negroes who escaped from the isville and Sid Goff the son with workhouse here July 21 it is be whom he lived He had been often heard to make lieved has been located in Russell- Â¬ remarks about the condition of his ville The Chief of Police of the latter health which showed that he was place telephoned Chief Armstrong in a profound state of depression this morning that a strange negro His friends think that his mind had answering Leavell sdescription had become unbalanced on account of made his appearance in Russell- brooding over his afflictions ville and he desired to know CUT HIS LEQ whether or not a reward had been The officer offered for his capture is pretty well satisfied that he lias Robt Morris the Victim of a Painthe right man located and it is likeful Accident ly that the arrest will follow this afternoon Robt Morris a young man employed in the planing mill depart Â¬ RETURNS TO PADUCArl ment of Forbes Bro s establish Â¬ ment happened to a very painful ac- Â¬ Carl VonSchoeler Released From cident at 930 oclock this morning the Asylum and is Cured lie was chopping off some joints with a hatchet when the hatchet who was re slipped and cut into his leg below Carl VonSchoeler cently sent to Ilopkinsvillc asylum the knee the full width of the blade from this city returned here yester about four inches The bone was day He was sent there by the slightly fractured but not seriously court from this county having been Dr Sargent was called in and at Â¬ declared insane by a jury He was tended to the injury treated and has been pronounced EDITOR ELOPES cured by the superintendent of that institution During the time Mr VonSchoeler Pembroke Couple Indulges In was confined at Ilopkinsvillc he Tennessee Wedding made two very line canes which he is showing to his friends lie will J IS Farance editor of the Pem Padu broke Ky Review and Miss Geor again locate in Paducuh cah News gia Webb eloped to Clarksville and were united in marriage in the par Â¬ DECLINED TO LET HIM GO lor of the Arlington at 130 oclock yesterday afternoon Rev A U Mr Carter Will Remain as the Boone officiating They were ac Â¬ companied by W II McElroy and Pastor of Grace Church Miss Bennie Wood and W R Couch and Miss Hyda Wood The The vestry of Grace Episcopal Church held a meeting at 5 oclock parties drove through in vehicles last evening and received the form al resignation of the Rector Rev WHEELMEN IN FORCE R S Carter After discussing the matter the They Will Have a Big Round up vestry requested Mr Carter to To Night withdraw his resignation and re on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ This has been a week of cease Â¬ You Need a so Ccnt less gayety in Jewish society cir- Â¬ Stamp on Your License cles and one of the pleasantest and most enjoyable of the numerous en Â¬ The effects of the war are far tertainments was given by Miss reaching and extend almost every- Â¬ Sadie Frankel last night in honor where It even affects the matri Â¬ of the visitors in the city monial business The chief feature was a guessing It has recently been decided that contest based on the ability of the under the new revenue law a 50 guests to represent by drawings cent stamp must be placed on all the ideas contained in the popular marriage bonds for licenses issued songs of the day Before by the County Court Clerk Each guest was given a slip of decision was rendered the paper with the title of a song and this clerks issued quite a number of li- Â¬ vas required to draw a picture This raises the question representing it and the other guests censes of their validity but to remove all were required to guess the songs doubt persons holding such licenses from the pictures Prizes were should come forward and stamp given to the most successful gucss them This must be done in per- Â¬ ers Some of the soiiufs were illus son by the interested party trated by the following artists Joe Hearts Bowed Down USED A ROlE Met Ben Lowen- Apple Blossoms The following najned colored men were enlisted for the Tenth United States cavalry now stationed at to day Santiago Cuba These men will be sent at 1116 p m to Fort McPherson Ga undercharge of Clarence ONeal where they will 1 be equipped and armed and later Ladies real lisle fast black seamless hose double sole will be sent to join the regiment high spliced heel extra durable wherever it may be Willie Majors William Richard- Â¬ Ladies super maco imported drop stitch hose Hermsdorf Sale TO DAY -- Edward Duckcr Clarence E ONeal John T Thompson Richson Â¬ line silk finish double sole and heel highest cellence in material and manufacture ex- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V main in charge of the church and All bicycle riders of the city arc this was the outcome of the confer- Â¬ requested to meet at 15 M Moss ence storc at 8 oclock this evening with HIS BELLOWS RIPPED their wheels equipped for a night parade An eirort will be made to organize a bicycle club and as Act of Some Unknown Miscreant there arc several hundred male at Pembroke riders in the city there should be a f I IT a large bellows belonging to L IS Tanks who operaces a blacksmith shop at Pembroke was cut to piece by same unknown party A large attendance on hand BURIED BY HER LODGE Colored Â¬ i 1 I h ll to r tf i1 i II I t Ufc Tuesday night Mr Tonka locked up hu hhop about night and on returning to work yesterday morning found that his bellows had been ripped entire ly around with a knife or some The party other aharp instrument evidently crawled under the house and did the cutting through a crack In the lloor The bellows was as good as iijw and cost about twelve dollars Â¬ Woman Prominent Among Her Race Â¬ Mrs IClla Preston a colored wo 10 years old died yes Â¬ terday at 330 p m of a complica- Â¬ tion of troubles The funeral ser- Â¬ vices were held this afternoon by Rev 15 Williams of the Baptist church and the burial was at Bast Hillcemetery by the benevolent so ciety of which he wuh a member man about A Alex Sivcl Matt Campbell Edward Wallace Luther Ladies beautiful imported lisle hose supreme quality extra sliced heel double sole new style drop stitch Drake Albert Dade Saint Leavell McReynolds Geo Jas Ricketts Alphonso Alexander Frank Mayes Ladies fast black and fast tan seamless hose Jr Will llaughton Geo Dabney John Norman Forrest Hampton Mens fast black and fast tan fine gauge seamless socks Gardner Coleman The Regiment has just taken part in all of the battles before Mens fine muslin hemstitched handkerchiefs in great Santiago with great credit to all of variety of beautiful pattern borders its members It is brigaded with stien Only One Girl in This World for the Rough Riders and 1st cavalry Another shipment of those splendid bleached vests and opportunely arrived in time to for ladies with taped neck and arms Me Sam Frankel take part in the first battle at La Sweet Violets Will Bamberger Max Guasina and probably saved them Falling by the Wayside at that time It was also side by Mendel side with them when the charge You Then Love Another Can was made on San Juan Hill and Harry Lipstine had eleven of the twenty one officers My Girls a High Born Lady with the Regiment killed or wound- Â¬ Geo Hart ed there Pictures Turned Against the Wall Max Moayon PERSONAL GOSSIP Miss David was the winner of the first prize guessing 21 out of Mr Charles Parker is in the city 30 of the pictures Mr J M Frankel got the second to day prize and Mr M D Mendel the Esq Isaac Garrott of Pembroke Miss Daisy Kleeman had is here to day third TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Monteagle to day to spend some the best picture from an artistic time They were accompanied by Mr Tom Jones of Church Hill is standpoint Mrs J S Givens of Providence OprrcctcU Dally Uy Hen Itiiwllim Hnnkor mill Ilmlter Ilopkltisvlllo Ky were served Of the in the city to day Refreshments Mr Jas Glass and Mrs Vir- Â¬ Mr W A Long is in Guthrie most delicious character the table ginia Latham left to day for New OMciiro niitrket being decorated with ilowers and to day on business York Mr Glass will return in Opg Higt Closing laden with the choice of edibles Miss FannieTorian of Paducah about ten days but Mrs Latham Cash Wheat 68 About fifty guests were present is visiting relatives in the city will spend the balance of the sum- Â¬ Sept Wheat 65 66 66 Judge Willis B Reeves Jr of mer with her son Mr Jno C Dec Wheat DANCE AT HOWELL 64 65 64 Elkton is here on legal business Latham Corn 32 Sept 33 33 Mrs B B Nance and daughter Mr Wm W Harper and wife of Dec Corn 33 33 33 Mr and Mrs Frank M Qunrles Miss Lizzie of Pee Dee are in Houston Texas who have been Sept Oats 20 21 21 Entertained the Young Folks the city 9 00 visiting relatives at Cerulean for Sept Pork 8 90 8 92 5 30 5 30 Mrs Bowman went to Dawson several weeks come up to the city Sept Lard 5 22 Special Howell Ky Aug 4 5 25 will leave to- Â¬ Sept Ribs 5 15 5 20 The young people of this vicinity this morning and will be there this afternoon and night for their home in the Lone Sept wheat puts 65 some time M calls 67 enjoyed a dance at Mr Frank New York Stork nnri Cotton Mr N A Martin of Nashville Star State nuarles hopitable home last night N Mr Robt Brown of the L Opff Higt Closing that was in every respect a suc is in the city to day interviewing got afew days leave of absence Aug Cotton 5 87 cessful and pleasant affair It was the grocery trade 87 5 87 and left last night for Louisville Am Tob 1 282 t 28 by the young largely attended 27 Mr A P Crockett will go over ladies and gentlemen of South Chris- Â¬ to Nashville this evening on a brief and New Albany to meet his sister Chicago Gas 99jf 1 00 99tf They will C B Miss Lillie R Brown 1 08JT1 09 Q tian and many from other places business trip 09 return home in a few days and he L 54 N 54 were on hand 54 Mr J II Ilopson of Canton left 1 07 Ilopkinsvillc sent out quite a del Â¬ here this morning for Monteagle will resume his run on the accom- Â¬ Manhattan 1 07 06tf modation between this place and Sugar 1 20 egation of young people who con- Â¬ Ttiun to spend ten days 37 140X Nashville Coal Iron 25 26 tributed much to the pleasure of Miss 25yi Hettie Van Cleve after a Among them were CIiU hk Kfcolnts To ilay the occasion BASEBALL sojourn with friends inDays Messrs Frank Bell Muke Nelson weeks Wheat 76 Cars ville Ky has returned home SPECIAL McFarland Blakcmorc Tom Tan- Â¬ Corn 423 Cars Mrs O M Shultst and little dy Clifton Long and Dr Henry Oats 237 Cars RESULTS OF YESTEUOAV S GAMES Tandy and Misses Eloise Nelson daughter Rebecca are visiting Hogs18000 Head 2 Boston 1 Louisville Belle Edmunds Ethel Gunn Grace Mrs I I Cayce near Beverly Kiulmiitori ItecolptH To morrow Pittsburg 4 Washington Wood and Katie Manson Miss IClla Boyd and children re Â¬ 100 Cars St Louis Wheat Brooklyn GAY PARTY IN TUB COUNTRY turned this morning from a short 440 Cars Corn visit to relatives near Pembroke HOW THIJV STAND Oats 265 Cars Dr J A SouthnHs Home at Won Lost Clubs Messrs John Pendleton Jr and PC Hogs 15000 674 62 30 Walter A Radford of Pembroke Cincinnati Bennettstown the Scene Hog Miirkot 32 57 were lure this morning on business Boston 640 Hogs To day 18000 34 55 618 Hogs To morrow Bennettstown Ky August 4 Mrs T B Lacey and children Cleveland 15000 34 50 595 Light Special Last night at the ele Â¬ ofLonview went over to Dawson Baltimore 385 40 50 556 Mixed gant and hospital home of Dr J A this alternoon to spend two weeks Chicago 387 48 545 Rough 40 New York Southall there assembled the re Â¬ 365 Miss Mabel Penick of Daysville 46 516 Heavy 44 presentative beauty and chivalry passed through the city to day en Pittsburg 390 42 43 494 of South Christian supplemented route to Church Hill on a visit to Philadelphia TutuI Ulonrnnooa 34 391 53 Brooklyn by the fairest rose in the crowr of Mr ICd Jones family Wheat and Flour Exp 478000 bus 33 363 58 Louisville Tennessee Miss Eloise Turner and Miss 31 58 348 Washington The above gathering was in honor Will Slay Doves Susye Badger of Nashville who 68 ot the Drs charming guests the 26 St Louis 277 Messrs Stonewall Morris Joe N have been visiting relatives in this Misses Stegar and Giles of Beverly Fowright and E W Brackroggc city have gone to Cobb Ky SCHEDULE VOH TO DAY Misses Blanche Coleman Bettie went to Cerulean this afternoon and Trof A C Kuykcndall left this Boston at Louisville Dawson Mabel Southall andllattie will spend a few hours near that for Union county to Story were hostesses and that is afternoon Baltimore at Chicago place dove shooting equivalent to saying everybody had spend a few days in the interest of New York at Cincinnati South Kentucky College A representative of the Gregg a good lime Washington at Pittsburg Mr R S McGehee of Pembroke Construction Company of Nashville Country life seems to agree with at St Louis Brooklyn arrived this morning to take charge the genial doctor and his accom has gone to Red Boiling Springs to Cleveland at Philadelphia spend some time He has been in of moving the house from Mr E plished wife Guest WHEELER WILL SPEAK very bail health for several months W Hendersons lot Juvenile Gathering Miss Florence Bowman and Miss The children of South Main had Jessie Bowman left this mornmgfor HERE AND THERE a party at Mr Geo T Herndons Livingston Ky where they will At Cerulean nnd Cadi 5nturdny last evening that was largely at Â¬ spend several weeks visiting rela Â¬ Fine fresh pasture near town and Alonday S II Clagoppt tended and highly enjoyed by the tives little folks A new upright Baldwin piaho Congressman Charles K Wjheeler Little Misses Hazel Everett and A Day in the Country Sarah Rogers who have been at Â¬ of the lirat district will make ior saie ai a uurgajm A II McNKELYNorth Liberty Misset Alice Lander Jessie tending a house party at the resit speeches in Trigg county on the 6th Remember the rUine Torian and Fannie Torian and dence of Mr Henry Wright near and 8th He will speak at Ceru- Messrs T S Torian and Jas Pembroke for severaldays return Â¬ lean Saturday and at Cadiz Mon- Â¬ Place to iret your fine MerafcRnt day at 130 p m each day Tailorinir lB bv Fowrleilt VMUH Brewer are spending the day at ed home thin morning mndn for S3 S5 7 and Switall Mr Brewers old homo near Ma Mr M 0 Forbes and children 30 head youngy cattlejaful line S15S20 West 7th street oppose son h mill And Miss Johnny Forbes went to viimcowa lor saifC WAy Wake Tvlwii Tflrn nflHrtt -I I I t 1 ard Hardin Ivu 25c 25c 8c dye Qs Qq 9c 10c 47 39 -- fl rr CTjW tj -- i Stf o 7