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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 01 in Mi ML4 H f The LouUyMe KyM tf nnd Special 5 warmcr to nigm uuu om1 V Wthr UVfi NEWS Oo Every Pie wrday T Wc Set The Pace iWyoii i NOJ86 jfMHMHHE IKJS1 HOPKINSVILLE KY FffiDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 5 1898 v PRIOE 2 OENTS Ik sUP FINE Friendly Again WENT DOWN - IdRBAT FIRE With All on Board in the Straits Raging at Niagara Falls New of Belle Isle York Another Ocean Horror With Fenr- - The Damage Already Amounts to 50000 and the Flames Not ful Loss of Life Name of Vessel Unknown i V TEDDY Gets Home tialed For Slowness Report From the Phil May Resign When He Yet Under Control y ippine Islands wguinaldo 7 sin v Is Getting Quite SOT j Niagara Palls N Y August 5 St Johns N F Aug 5 Special Atone p m a great cial An ocean steamer was XMt fire is raging here Alumni Chapel sunk in the Straits of Belle Isle If this morningIt collided with an is being destroyed and damage to the extent of 50000 has already iceberg1 H been done and the fire is not yet All on board are olttir5rtl--- f nuujuiiuuFiiv under control nave been lost The name - A1 vcsscll is unknown WALES Hay Come Over to See Us tM Shatter May Be Court Mar w r SET FOR A HEARING The Examining Trial o Jack Ma son to Come up Next Tuesday The examining trial of Jack Ma- ¬ son col the Gracey negro lodged in jail here last night will be held before Judge Cansler next Tuesday Mason is charged with assaulting and striking with a rock one Lee Gardiner col There is also an ¬ other warrant against Mason charging him with the larceny of some corn belonging- to Brice Cau- ¬ - fefl n iB f Manila via Hong Kong to Washington nfiniaL General President Dicta-Sir tor Aguinaldo is becoming quite friendly Merilaeain He has made overtures to Gen troopswyjm F ritt and wants to march his native vrrih o Amflvirfln rflonmeTita when the citv vfalls lie even offers to raise native troops to be commanded by American officers He is evidently thoroughly alarmed at the prospect of haying the United States withdraw and leave Spain free to resume hostilities against the insurgents before the actual capture of Manila sSp-A-vfo- r fira Summer London Aug 5 - Special The M - Manchester Guardian saysastrong ondeavor is being- made to induce the Prince of Wales to visit tlie United States next Summer and ii is expected in case his visit occurs it will result in an Anglo American alliance dle col ONE HUNDRED May lake v 7 a Stand at Aibonito on the San Juan Road 5Special So iKT iWce Island of Porto Rico Aug im far as known forward movement will be made by the American troops until the arr rlval of more transports wbjeh are expected hourly There has been no fighting up to the present so far as known The Spaniards arexpecled to make their first stand at Aibonito thirty five miles from here where two or three thousand Spanish regulars arc be- lieved to be entrenched The present prospect is that there will be no actual fighting- for several days The Spaniards are reported to be advancing though it is not generally believed In addition to the regular fortifications at Aibonito on the road to San Juan it is reported that the enemy mined the cliffs preparatory to blocking the road if obliged to retire - Deaths at Santi- ¬ ago To day -- not condfirmed The whole war department is restive un ¬ der criticisms in regard to the management of many matters of the war It is even said Gen Shatter is threatened with court martial as a result of slowness in furnishing food and for other bad manage- ¬ ment End Almost at Hand Washington August 5SpeciaIThe President unhesi¬ Washington Aug 5 Special It is said Ool Roosevelt will resign his commission when his command returns but the report is A i k u I - Sick Soldiers Cannot Be Hustled Out Too Soon tatingly states that he confidently bslieves the war will end to morrow As soon as Spain accepts the peace terms as she is expected to do within 21 hours the blockade at Havana will be raised and the President may permit Spains forces to occupy the island of Cuba until after the rainy season is over for the purpose ot doing police duty in advance of the occupation by the American army GBhcral Shaffers invalid men will embark without delay for the North so as to allow the immune regiments to garrison the city and guard the Spanish prisoners The health of the troops is still very bad 1 H fol- ¬ Washington Aug lowing report of the number of sick in camp Waiting Spains Reply at Santiago was received to day Court Martialed and Shot Total 3778 total fever 2696 new cases Deaths Washington Aug 5 Special Col Sam Martins Fate fever 449 Returned to duty 558 To Our Ultimatum President McKinley is now waitin- 100 An official dispatch from San Juan de Special Madrid Aug DEMOCRATIC GAINS YESTERDAYS ELECTION Porto Rico says Col San Martin who was in command of the Spanish garrison at Ponce has been court martialed and shot for abandoning Lieut Col Putz the second in command Shown By the Election Returns In Montgomery County and City the place without resisting In Tennessee of Clarksvlltc committed suicide 5 m fq Relieve The county clcctionsln Tennes ¬ see yesterday showedva general trend towards the Democratic party all over thestatc The Democrats v to Roosevelt were almost uniformly successful and in some Republican strong The Third andSixth Cavalry and holds in Bast Tennessee surprisingSpecial Santiago August 5 the Rough Ridenwill be the first troops to be removed from Deaths Democratic gains were- made a valley They will embark on transports Saturday Gen Lawtons di- ¬ number of counties electing Demo cratic officers for the first time vision will soon follow V Jno W Gaines was renominated lor Congress in the Clarksville dis- ¬ Fleeing From Deaths Valley the First Start - final acceptance of the terms laid down by the United States as the basis on which peace negotiations are to be conducted Spain not only knows the terms on which the United States will ne ¬ gotiate but she knows as a result of the last conference of Ambassador Cambon with President McKinley that those terms will not be changed and that she can do one of the two things either accept them in their entirety and bring hostilities to an end or reject them and let the Special Clarksville Aug 5 There was a quiet election in Mont- ¬ war go on The President is convinced as a result of his latest conference with with a light gomery yesterday lie believes that the vote polled here something over Ambassador Cambon that Spain will accopt of fighting and realizes that if the 800 out of about 1800 registered Spanish government has had enough will be made much harder in the end The difliculty experienced by ne- ¬ war is continued the conditions g-for Spains Admiral Dewey Watson May be Sent It is being urged that Commodore Special Washington Aug Watson be sent to Manila to relieve Dewey as some of his vessels will noon have to return to San Francisco for docking repairs AGAIN ENTERTAIN A CAUSED FROM FLUX PIHsuit Social Event at Mr Sinking Fork Farmer Dies After an Illness of Two Weeks HaPHarts Last Night rMr andMrsvdke Hart and Mr Mr W S Wortham an aged and highly respected citizen of the Sinlc and Mrs Max Kowcnth il gave a ing Fork neighborhood died at second cntertainmentto the visitors oclock this morning after an ill ¬ jv irr the city last evening which ness of two weeks of flux He was added another pleasanrvht to the 64 years old and was a hard work ¬ round of gaiety that liasnjivened ing and much esteemed farmer lie Jewish society all of this wel leaves a large family The inter The affair like all that these ho nment will take place to morrow af- pUable enteilainers jjivej wat a tfilan nrHe JcJl Stewart ourymg very en joy able omS grOmtd neCcf Wean Sprltigs r I groes with Dortch law ballots caused the city vote to be small A Coaling Station in Samoa All negro candidates were defeated there being colored candidates for Will be trict Circuit Court Clerk Sheriff Consta- ¬ Indications bles and minor offices As an earnest of the intention of Washington Aug 5Special INDIANS ON THE WARPATH point to election of A C Stafford the Administration to provide protection for American interests in the N L Danger of a Serious Outbreak in Sheriff close between Dr and the Far East steps have been taken to establish a coaling B G Dunlavy for Pacific Northington and the Utah Reservations Trustee T J Munford re elected station at Pago Pago in the Samoan Islands If the buildings are not completed by the time of the arrival of the Register C D Bailey re elected Denver Col Aug- 5 Special County Court Clerk without oppo- ¬ coal it will be dumped on the beach and will be transported to the sheds r Indians arc growing- ugly in the sition The sheds will accommodate about seven as soon as they are ready reservation and an outbreak is Up Banks Paying feared Many armed braves have hundred thousand tons of coal f left the White Rock agency in Utah 0 ¬ 5 Spec Frankfort Ky Aug and gone on the wargatH ial With but few exceptions the Know We Had Enn banks ot the State havesettled with AT MR GREENS the Auditor for taxes due July 1 on reports made December 31 last A The Young Folks Will he Enter- ¬ More New Generals Discovered great number are reducing their tained To Nlghi Hlorlr fnr fho cnmintr venr I rnnltnl m t m rn xuu luuuwiuggunci u umcers win ffspeciali w8 i i and the Auditor anticipates receiv- The Misses Green will entertain ing only half as much taxes next be ordered to report to Maj Gen Wade for duty with the troops goingthis evening- at the honic of their year an this to Porto Rico father Mr Geo VGreen A larye Gen George W Davis and Gen George M Randall Second Army Is Now Much Better number of invitations havc been W Gordon Fourth Army Corps sent out and the nAair is expected Mr J T Smith who has been Corps Gen R II Hall and Gen W to be ou of the wunBautcst of the sick for several days with a bilious Gen II C Hasbrouck Seventh Army Corps and Gen John A Wiley Flrttt A fm v Corns season attack Is able to be up to day - l H - - Didnt lJlli p r- v 1 - - - r ii if a highest Wth tlie early hatched pul ¬ lets and lowest with the old liens though the results arc not cphclu sive The fertility of- eggs averaging five days old was 300 per cent higher than of eggs averaging twenty two days old The results noted above were se ¬ cured from what was considered a good ration Jed alike to all hena Practically the saihe ration was fed throughout the year The-coclusion therefore must not De ac ¬ cepted if a difFqifcnt ration is used The results seem to indicate an average capacity for a Leghorn pullet of 200 eggs per year with intelligent care and feeding - J 3S- - Zhe 8ail ftentucfcian lubl theil every cveninur except Sunday B13 by Delivered by carriers to all WILLIAM ROBINSON 21 Tlie Kerituckiaii 1 Year Aud the New MathewM Sewing Mtadiibe FEBE 21 13 OKA SJ XXAOXAW 8 Main part of the city at 10 CEHT8 7XX WEEK 10 4 00 REAL a Month Per8 Months m Advance Pk SITMCRZTTZOJr JtATX 85 Per Week m Advance 100 Per Year in Advance ESTATE AGENT ABSTRACTS OF TITLE MADE Money loaned at 6 per cent on first class real estate for a term of 5 years Wo have for ealo eomo of tho boa building lots in tho city and on torms PriccB langiog to Buit purchasers from 20 to p3000 Thoy aro located iu nearly every part of tho city We also havo for ealo farms in this and FOR ONL1H iota Hi ar i Sewing Machine With h11 W A Poynter the silver candi- ¬ date for Governor of Nebraska has been promfnent in the politics of the FOR CONGRES8 State for the last ten years He is HENRY D ALLEN a farmer living on the same1 farm OP UNION COUNTY near Albion in Boone county which has been his home for many There arc now more American years Mr Poynter was elected as soldiers in Porto Kico than there a Populist to the State Senate in there are Spanish November 1890 and at the opening Hopklnsvillc Tobacco Market in January 1891 of the session of the Miami troops When all was selected as the president pro reach Jacksonville Gen Lee will tern of the Senate He is a mem- - Reported by J H Kfrglfton of CiinmliiK buy or on Incorporated A Kgnlcton Co have 30000 men under his com- ¬ ber of the Nebraska Trans-Miss- order of dealer In and handler of mand lent tobacco exposition commission DEMOCRATIC vTIOKET roreme nts the latnt im- - The beetJMnchtae for the least raonoy oVer manufRet tired Lielit naming noiseless simple durable issippi - adjoining counties Thoso farms are owned by parties who wish to soil Below is a partial list of them A 10 Every Machine warranted yenra A ICO ft i The Spaniards should now stop The 27th annual reunion of the calling us pigs They might al Mexican war veterans of Illinois least call us hogs if they prefer to was attended by sixty five of the keep us in the swine class old warriors They adopted a res The Florida Democrats held a olution declaring that the ITnited foot of harmonious convention yesterday States should hold every V 7 i of their nominations by ground taken by the American making all army and navy acclamation Mayor Van Wyck of New York jumped in the caual at Frccport Long illand and rescued three young women from drowning Af- ¬ ter getting them out he set to work to revive the young women in Egg Production The Utah Experiment Station has published a bulletin on the production of eggs The flock of hens at the station have been tested in various ways during the year ending November 1897 - Among the experiments reported some show very decided results The tests include the testing of old hens and pullets for egg production of the value of exercise of crossing pure breds of the relative egglaying qualities of Brown Leghorns Bar- ¬ red Plymouth Rocks Liirht Brah- mas and a Brahma Leghorn cross The annual feed cost per fowl of the different breeds and the yearly production of eggs per hen were im- ¬ portant features pt the experiments The relative value of old eggs and fresh eggs for hatching were also tested A summary of the bulletin is as follows There is little profit in keeping hens 3 and 4 years old at the mar- ¬ ket price ol feed and eggs in Utah The profit in feeding young hens or pullebS was six times greater than in feeding old hens 3 and 4 years Experiment ii When ordered to march his army into the interior to escape the epi ¬ demic on the coast Gen Shaftcrs chief surgeon promptly cabled that the soldiers were not able to march anywhere except to the transports There is a world of meaning in that brief statement The applications for pensions on account of the Spanish war are al- ¬ ready coming in with a rush but the applicants must take their places at the foot of a clash of 35 000 pension grabbers growing out of a war that occurred nearly forty from that section Trash Lugs Low lugs Common lugs Medium UigH Good lugs Low leaf Common leaf Hopkinsvitlc Aug 4 TheolTer ings this week were 013 hhds and were composed of very poor nonde- ¬ script tobacco only a few scatter ¬ ing hogsheads of decent tobacco offered Highest price this week was S1G for a very nice hogshead from the Purchase district The market way very irregular on the common grades The demands for Italian and Austrian styles were good to the close French and snuff tobacco was not as high as previous week Common Spanish lugs seem to have but few friends However they are being bought up by speculators at a very low price Hence rejections were heavy on same also on common nondescript low leaf on which the condition was bad The breaks from now oh are likely to be rather poor The weather condition has been favorable for a large portion of the tobacco belt however in the sec- ¬ tion south and south west there has been entirely too much rain and the report is very unfavorable QUOTATIONS 1 Fine Farm near Kennedy and freight propaltl Machine for for 21 Well improvod good laud woll wa tored and timbered 180 acres Price f 5400 A Farm of 350 acres on Butter- ¬ Cash muat accompany al ordors BllCUliaOATJONS The Iloftd Ih flvo and one hall Indie IUrIi and and ono linlf Inches long Inside ui can u rem cut Thlslsas high nt any family Diacltlnt madonnd must not be confounded with tho medium or so called high arm ma ohlueo Tho bead plate act J intoor lovclfwllh the table Tho Needle Is stratght7scU aelln flat on inosldo and cannot but0twrong usil Tho Shuttlo Is open on the end cylinder hapo and hbaolutoly Holfthreadlng The Bearings Aro all ateol well flttod and adjustable Selt tlucadtiifr The mnchlnols iolf threading find no liolo to put tho thread through except tho cyo of the ncodlo The Feed U positive In action and has no springs to got out of order Automatic Dobbin Winder Will wind tho oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread The8tltch Is double lock stitch The same on both sides and will not ravel Can bo lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty stitches to tho Inch ThoTQiislon Is a flat spring tension and ad justable to ajl sizes of thread Hand Wheol Is nloklo platod and has a looso wheel attached to operate bobbin winder without running machine Tho Movement Is tho celebrated eccentric movements positive In action and fewor work ¬ ing ports than any maohlno on thi market Iho Stand Has lajge balance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers Tlie trundle Is larne and hangs In cone centers and all lost motion can bo takonup astors under eoh end and can bo easily moved A nice dress guard over whooiltojkpcpjdrcsslfromgottlnglonwhofll Attoohmonts Aro tho famous Johnsons set in a tin bor and consists of tucker rufllcr foutMiommors binder quilter foot heramcr and feller undor braider and sheerer oil can and oil two orew drivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb sorow gunge and book of milk Road Two from tho city elit provements well watered 8 miles Big bargain J Price 900 thirds in fiuo timber good im ¬ Farm of 106 acres onButlcr Road Three and ono half miles from the city wolf improved good orchard nu never failing water Price 750 A farm of 20 acres on same road 3J miles from tho city well improved A good poultry or market gar den farm in good neighborhood Price 400 Farm of 75 acres on Greenville ¬ directions Tho Furniture Is woll mado highly pol ¬ ished and elegant In appearance All these machines will bo sent out with oak furniture unless walnut la specified Kach maohlne has a loek to tho drawers and cover nice nlckol Plato drop rings to all drawers All machines are woll packed and crated ItHAD OUll GUARANTEE Th Now Mathows Machine Is warranted 10 years from date of purohaso and thirty days trial o It If porfeot and entire satisfaction Is not given the machine may be reshlpped to tousatouroxpenso and tho money paid us will bo refunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what- ¬ ever In purchasing tho New Mathows Maohlno You havo thirty days trial of it In your own home and If for any reason you should wish to return tho machine It may co shipped to us at our expense ana tho money will bo re funded All communications regarding tho New Mathews Maehlnoshouldbe addressed to ¬ ¬ Road Six miles from the city The vorj boHt place in the neighborhood timber good water buildings orch ard nnd iu a fine state of repair Price A CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky 650 1 G0 2 00 years ago Collector Comingore of the Cov- ¬ ington district ha discharged 18 8 00 3 E0 4 40 4 00 5 50 7 50 9 50 10 50 14 50 i - RUB i k i SJ klrt V 8 50 Modiumleaf and Democratic storekeepers Russellvlle Pike 10 50 Good leaf gangers in alleged retaliation for 12 50 Well improved 15 acreB of timber Fine Leaf the removal of Republican peniten- ¬ Selections 17 00 near church and school tiary guards The men who were Price 1800 WEEKIV REPORT fired i are under civil service rules old 180 hhds 136 acres on Ducker Mill Voad Receipt for week and have appealed to Washington hatched in April Leghorn pullets 91 10 hhds 65 acres of bottom laud 2 good ytp houses 2 barns well watered 15 iicron gave better results than those Sales 336 week The Democratic Convention in hatched in late May The profit is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these timber your 7744 Texas turned down Congressman was about one and a half times Price 1100 days of yellow joifrnalism They care little for truth 501 500 cash balance in ono aud 2 Bailey and defeated his plank in greater from the April hatched Offerings for week and a great deal for temporary sensation years at 6 per cent Tho best farm the platform declaring against ter- ¬ than from the May hatched BASEBALL It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD in the neighborhood ts ritorial expansion Texas was the The exercised hens produced SPECIAL the success of THE RECORD rests upon Us reliability to begin that sort of a wrong place Besides those we have other farme twenty six eggs per fowl more than for sale aud will take pleasure in contest But for the good Demo- the hens without exercise KKSULTS OV YESTERDAYS It prints the news all the news and tells the truth v AMES showing auy of them to parties wish cratic doctrine of expansion Texas 11 4 Boston Louisville about it The three exercised pens produc- ¬ jug to buy Surveys Plats aud Ab would now be outside of the Union ed eggs St Louis 8 Brooklyn 7 Btracts of title furnished all purchas a feed cost of 53 cents at It is the only American newspaper outside Ney York city Cleveland Philadelphia 18 ers Now is the time to buy reai per dozen the pens without exer- ¬ that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service and its estate Gen Shafters reports do not tell cise at a cost of New York 0 5 Cincinnati 05 cents per dozen all of the troubles that surround own staff correspondents and artists at the front in bojn Chicago Baltimore 1 5 Three tructtj of coal lands two The three exercised pens averag ¬ the army in Cuba While the death ed a profit per fowl during the year of-tl-iomincH partially developed hemispheres HOW THEY STAND Vein of coal 5 foot thick finest qunl JL rate has not been very large still of 84 cents the non exercised pens It is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world Clubs1 a won uost PC ity Ono tract contains 000 acres the deaths on Augubt 1 equaled 58 cents Its war news service is unapproachably the best All 3lrJ 02 Cincinnati 667 ono 175 ncres ono 05 acres those at the La Quasina skirmish Pen 1 representing egg produc- ¬ Boston within i milo Illinois Central It 1 33 58 637 WilLaell Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier The real danger lies in the expos tion under the most unfavorable at bargains aud on easy 34 626 terms Here uro fortunes for the 0 ure to epidemics that are carrying conditions except as to ration he uievciano 51 5i 593 right men We read the war news in the other papers ofTthe natives and Spaniards at cleared 2 cents per fowl during B iltimoreK 51 Chicago 41 554 the rate of forty per day For salo or exchange a good pay then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to the year on the cost of feed Pen 4 New York 19 40 551 ing hotol at tho famous Dawson representing egg production under 47 see how much of it is true 44 516 Springs Will sell at a bargain or Jn the East where an attempt the most favorable conditions Pittsburg exenango lor improved tanning land 42 Philadelphia 45 483 has been made to require the house ¬ cleared puring the year SI 20 per Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received by all postmasters 34 Brooklyn 54 Address THE CHICAGO RECORD 181 386 well located maids to wear the English servants fowl This would have been in- - v n Madison street Chicago 34 59 366 cap there has been a wholesale re- ¬ creased considerably had the eggs LjUUIHVIUL For salo a good first class hoard 31 58 Will 348 ing house nt Dawson Snrimrs bellion and many girls give up their before the experiment been counted Washington solj on easy tormB or oxchnngo for 27 68 St Louispositions raUicr than wear it The Exercise had no apparent influ ¬ goou noicH tho ownors hustness cap in itself is a harmless and even ence on the weight of the fowl The compels him to reside elsewhere l SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY an ornamental thing but it is a lack of exercise did not add to the 10 aero ranch well improved near Boston at Louisville badge of servitude and does not weight of the fowl San Diego Cal Will oxchnngo for 3 HopkuisMiUa Kentucky Baltimore at Chicago suit those who enjoy the blessings property in Christian county KyfThe non exercised pens produced New York at Cincinnati - VFhrpe Collegiate Counsel Preparatory CourfiQ Music nnd Elocution of free America eggs weighing about 3 per cent AVashington at Pittsburg taught by consolatory tonchora College OrchoBtra of ton pieces Strict William Robinson Agt more than the exercised pens diHciplino aud much personal attontion Separate departments for malea The Chicago Record comes out The eggs groduced by the old Brooklyn at St Louis OfficeWebber Street Cleveland at Philadelphia aud females in favor of the referendum Leghorn hens weighed about 5 strongly Hopkinsvillc Ky Total department enrollment last year 270 principle incorporated in the Illinois per cent more than those produced Tnlkless Women Individual onrollmout 187 Democratic platform This means by the Leghorn pullets t An exchange- saya Thoro aro wo iiVTifliMtolikll in brief that all laws before they S S WOOLWINE Supt Girls Department The eggs produced by the Light men who are comely there aro womon become operative shall be submitted Brahma pullets weighed 11 A CKUYKENDALL Supt Boys Department per I to popular approval The Record cent more than those produced by who are homely though bo careful how1 the luttor thing you say There sees no special objection to the ini- ¬ the Leghorn pullets aro womon who aro wealthy thoro are tiative clause either concluding its The Barred Plymouth Rock pul ¬ women who aro healthy thoro nre wo editorial as follows TJHi lets eggs averaged about the same mon who always have their way Thoro The use of the referendum is not as those of the Leghorn pullets aro women who aro truthful thoro arp new to Illinois The principal is In two out TIME TABLE- of the three pons ex- ¬ women who nrojouthfiil So recognized by the constitution was thoro far as tried the referendum has ercise produced a larger comsump over any womon who was qld There XSflbctive G5 proved highly satisfactory and the tion of feed No 831 NoSOJ NoD72 aro women who are sainted thoro aro people undoubtedly would favor an Acain IJntil you have seen my new line of Imported Exercised pens make bettcr use of women who arp paintoil thoro LYlIopklngvlllo dolly dally Aoom 5E ato wo There the feed than extension of its application dolly dally those withoutexercise men who ardSvorth their weight iu is not so much need for the initia- ¬ H p in Lv HopkliiHVllloG60am U0piii e U0Mam 3 fi p m 0 46 pin Princeton tive nor is the demand for it so im- ¬ It required 22 per cent less feed to gold Thoro are womon who aro ten- - Ar HumlorHon 7 Oft p in Ar perative but even that contains produce a dozen eggs with exercise dor thoro aro womon who aro slender ArUvansvlllo soopm 1000 m 1 Ar LouIhvIIIu nothing objectionable in principle thanwithout it The results arc guarantee QUALITY STYLtJfid WORKMAN- 11 00 am there aro Women whd aro largo and Arladuooh W0 in Republicans as well as Democrats strongly conclusive that exercise a so un H 18 a in ArMomphla fat and rod There Aro women who Ar New Orleans 8 CO a m 7 45 p m SHIP lliebcst tliatmoney should fayor the extended use of helpsidigcstion secure No 866 No 801 No 839 and assimilation of aro married thbro are womon who aro ArlIoplcln8vlllo and should not re ¬ ile referendum dally Acom Acom dally dly gard the adoption of the initia- ¬ feed The chief value of exercise tun ied thoro aro women who are talk IvKyanavlllo 816am While the therefore seems to be in prevent- ¬ lesa tive as lObiectionablc Lv Henderson iiNtm but thoy pro dead IY Inncoton 000am 1216pm flOOpm Democrats did wisely in incorpo- - ing a waste of feed ArHonklnsvillo 8BUnin 160 urn 7 JUnm MnTrain No 301 has through ohnlrcor and sleep ¬ rilllllg UJU IJWIHIV III IIICII JHUWUJUJ Ii Qmitlt Main that should not make the matter a ExerciHC apparently reduced the Shell Cos new bank and inercan er Irow Irinetqntu Nuw OrleiHVl Mom question in the sense of lead ¬ percentage of fertility jttcgjgo to building Ht Irvitigtpu inumlyr phlni m jHKkwoft1 wt Hopklmvlllfl Ky The pcryyitagc of fertility was ooustrution Republicuutf to oppose it jAj frtUAHp A f lAoUUjvlle Ky i This mnchiuo is manufactured with tho view of supplying a longjfolt want to wit A Modern High arm firHt cIhbb Sowing Maehino with air late improvements Twenty acres of timber the remain the best and and of firat claas material and good workmanHhip including latest Attachments at a reaBonablo price A book of instruc ing in high slate of cultivation AH tions accompanies every machine CO tho buildings in good condition 6 50 spleudid neighborhood In raakiug your romittauce wo prefer postolBco money order registered 500 Price 2200 letter express money ordes or Now York Exchange Individual chocks un7 50 100 acres 5 Miles From City on less certified to will not be received 2 00 3 00 3 50 ¬ very fine little Farm of 87 acres near Elmo 2 Description oi the Improved New Mathews Machine ¬ ¬ RELIABILITY f ¬ 48 48 30 55 ¬ J ¬ ¬ m South Kentucky College - m ¬ Gf ¬ RAILT s07 1 nfrvTTt Dec iftmmmrmmmwmmmmmmM Dont Do a Thing spring and summer suitings cn ¬ J 1 2 3 - J L Tbin rmor 1 i V snfmmmm Jiimtrm yi j Ijmamm iairfltifeaKiallferfAv Ml i fflltadilrtii m UiUituuu4auiiU4muiui W rsrtw- - III nm THfi LATfrSTAYlNQ CALLER BREVITIES OP FUN Wo liavo Uio deepest well Whnt a bprel AbsolUtdy Forces Host mid baw in our lot Philadelphia Bulletin Hastes Into Uttering You kin git yo daily bread by Falsehoods prflyin says Undo Mosc 4bUt do nightly chicken lias to be hustled foV Indianapolis Journal ifcfcnd SUjhite innkea k call in tho Poet1 Poets 6ir nre born not Couveratiou iblilho and MWniiU Publisher Thats right ropeated requests for hint made FfbiM nad while loud him lay the blame on your poor father remain jot a little St hII unwillingly to prolong hid kjWt He looks Ht hia watch with a fMp of geuiuo dismay and hurrieB f0twayifowly at laBt with profile npolo Ivfjimjtor kooning Ub up until Biich nn JMtgZmUU rent vu vw i xuui j tnlr HI inilnnil tint orusotflho ontiro familyThiaiBcarfor ubI Wo uovor think of going to rtlir rnnnn itnfil ml linur 111 for limn t i n iWUB J ricnu ptayiaio louora a uio wf JJb Ar wont aftor ho gotB outaido tho gate lath goes tho door bang wangl torn gotho shutters calling harshly Thought that follow 13885to each other Tiovoc would go Bang why didnt lib stay all night Slam And tho Bits and Mo faders a sojer an Chimmic Billy ho wears a uniform all day Fergtt itl Mo faders a waiter N Y and ho sleeps in a dress suit I ever AN OPEN LETTER WE ARH ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD CASTORIA AND AS OUR TRADEMARK PITCHERS CASTORIA To MOTHERS PITCHER J DR SAMUEL of Hyannis Massachusetts mothcr--Tit-- 1 Journal m Does your cook makoany trouble when you presume to go in thokitchon Oh and tell her how to do things notice no she doesnt take any Household Words Wagner wns undoubt ¬ Lonegrin On Elsa edly a whist player do you bnso that what grounds Lonegrin nis motto evidently was When in doubt play trumpets Vine Why donti they revive that song that used to bo so popular a few years Tho darkness of tho dungeon lustl ago I dont know what one you sottloa down on tho houao tho family mean Why it ran like this Tho has gouo to bed having relieved ita Spanish cavalier stood in his re mind by doors and shutters that aro treat Philadelphia Bulletin ready to tell tho truth any time they never saw anjbody hato tho I aro givon a chauco Robert J Bon Spaniards liko my wife What in tho August Ladies Home makes her feel that way She got dette to reading war news the othci1 day Journal ftnd let a lot of raspberry jam burn Hopkinsvlllc Produce Jlnrket Chicago Record up Caah prices paid by Hopkinsville Condolences Member of the a Office Boy Firm merchants James Tes sir Member of the Firm James Bacon T am very glad to learn upon investit Bama country 810c gation that your grandmother is Shouldora really dead and that you are therefore Sided not lying to me in order to go to the Lard G7c baseball gamo this afternoon De troit Journal fjdpuritry Produce CASTORIA was the originator of the samo that - on every has borne and does now bear tho fac- - simile signature 9f wrapper This is tho original CASTO Rl A which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the hind you have always bought on the f fafvc War j News y CinirCeiftmra m ti ti per and has the signature of No one The Centaur Company frf OtaS7dname except 9 has authority from me to use wrap- ¬ my March241898yj of which Chas H Fletcher is President Do Not Be Deceived j OF ¬ Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you because he makes a few more pennies on it the in gredicntsof which even he does not know The KM You Have Always Bought BEARS THE SIGNATURE i - 45o 57c 7c Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You TMC OCNTAUH COMPANY TT MUHflAY ¬ Butter -- 12J15c 2528c tr STRCCT NtWYOnK CITY HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub- - f scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most re liable war news f The Daily Kentucldans Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and every department of the paper is supplied with a news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky ¬ IfcgH New feathers V Beeswax Tallow Ginseng per lb Houey Tub washed wool Greased Y THE LETTER M It Has Been Curiously Coupled with tho 182lc 2225 78c History of Napoleon I The letter M is said to represent 2Jc the human face without the two eyes By adding these we get OMO the Dante speak26e Latin homo man ¬ Raisin I318c dozl 50180 8 ing of faces gaunt with starvation Who roads the name For man upon his forehead there tho flad traced mo3t planly Poultry chickoua live per Roosters says M 2c The two downelrokes drain Clover per bushel Corn 1 Wheat Corn shelled Live Btock Hoga i Sheep Cattlo Calves Lamba Ilidea and Pure Greon hidoa Groon salted hidoa Pry flint Watermelons lorida Vegetables t Now potatoes per bushel Cabbago per head curiously coupled with Napoleon I 4i5c Gen Mack capitulated at Ulm GiJc October 19 1805 50c Capt Maitland of the ship Bellero phon was the person to whom Napo1814 3V25 leon surrendered in of his ministers Mallicu was one 2 50300 with Maret and Montalivet S250350 Marchand was his- valet who ac300325 companied him to St nclenaand as J 00d25 sisted Monlholon in his Mcmoires Marie Louise was his wife His a son was born in March 67c Marshal Marmont was the second 7jc to desert him Murat the first both m12e in 3811 Four marshals and 2G generals oi divisions had M for their initial letetr 2535c ¬ - stand for tho contour and the V of the letter stands for the nose The letter M is very lt Ll On Wines Beers and Ales in the war tax will not- af ¬ fect our patrons in the prices that we are selling at All the really good judges of whiskey stond by the 1 II i i yl The ANTE - i t Royal Liquor Co Thats the advantage carry as large brandies cigars and tobacco as the Koyal Liquor Co which they are selling at poace prices of being known as the best None a stock of fine old wines ales whiskies ¬ ¬ L - Massenawasthegencrahvhogained 7Gc Reta- ilX Patent per bbl per bbl Standard IIay Jour -- J f 35c 125 5375 55c 70c Clover per cwt ood Timothy t Bran retail J Lf Tpmatdes-r- - ij l -- v 12o 20c 10c 10c 8c Pancy per doz por doz Green Com Fancy doz care f Choice doz oars Chuico vt jt V Prices Go Up At last the prices of newspapers have begun to go up This is no surprise as it has been expected for some time The newspapers of the country which includes the weeklies also have been running under heavy expenses ever since the war began and there is no re- ¬ course left for a profit only to raise their prices All the morning pa ¬ pers of Chiqago have raised their prices from one to two cents per copy and printed explanatory ed- ¬ itorials Hartford Herald -- month of May ho of 25 pounds of oats 25 pounds of fought the battles of LulzonLodiand wheat bran 25 pouncla of wheat Bautzon crossed tho Danube de Vr6md oether to which he added clared war against England and r10 pounds of linseed meal and live seized Hanover Philadelphia Press pQiindii of meat scraps He mixes no Got Auother Piece three jurjs of flu in l ten quart yHYTu S1 VWCU vegetables or Mrs Goodmarm You told mo if plover ha chopped and steamed F gavo you food you would roveal tho VThiB in fpr the morning meal and business you followed Subtil Kuss Yes mum Im soil vfor the other two meals Hc Livcs in cook baok but ono iasto o your vhole corn or wheat SL pio tolls mo dat you aro an expert cook kfa Towu Mnrabnl Hall haa rwlf iml nn hcv no need ov ono what an- Clpverport aiu PricQ Graham wh dcr piece lady Tanks I dont care HpDOliltod N Y Journal ¬ recommends jd Helena jas feed for laying fowls a mixture St Also in tho 4 - Dr G M Twitchell tho victory of Kivoli Metternich vanquished Napoleon in diplomacy Montesquieu was his first chamber lain Montholon was his companion at St Helena Moreau betrayed him 1S13 Mortier was ono of his best gen erals Mourad Bey was the general he vanquished in tho battle of the Pyra mids 1798 Murat was his brother-in-la- w Madrid capitulated to him 1808 Magliani Malta Mantua Mnren go Mcry Millesimo MondoviMon tonotte Montereau Mcntmartre Montmirail Mont St Jean Water loo and Mont Thabor wero battles and sieges with which ho had to do Moscow was his pitfall Marengo was his first great victory and Mont St Jean his last great battle Marseilles is the place ho retired to when proscribed by Paoli in 1792 In the month of March bo was pro claimed king of Italy made his brother Joseph king of tho two Sicilies married Mario Louise by prox y hi son was born and ho arrived at Paris after quitting Elba In tho month of May ho quitted Corsica married 1osephinotookcom mand of the army of Italy crossed tho Alps assumed tho title of emperor andwrts crowned at Milan In tho same month ho was defeated at As pprn ho arrived at Filba and died at ¬ ¬ Royal Liquor Co S SAM BOYD r Daily delivo ed In the city Phone 163 2 J Samuel Rhis fe Co Props RV TURNEY XX fflg KenHi Bli IK n KNfehrm OTr5gSanH Y mmm - H i 212 S Main 2 i Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL r i CERULEAN lUliU TRIGG COUNTY KYBOYD TURNEY Q OB T AIYIQ Oi - Daily One Mouth - 35 Daily Three Months - lOO Daily One Year - 400 Semi Weekly Edition 1 yr 200 Proprietors i ThisJfiinioiiH health ntul plensuro resort tho oldoHt in WoHtorn Kentucky is BituntocI on tho Ohio Vnlllloy brunch of tho Illinois Control railroad 10 milos from IIopluiiBvillo and M miles from Princeton The Kentuckian is printed in now and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained iti Wi NOW OPEN Hotel Accommodations Unsurpassed Sulphur and Chalybeate Water in Abundnnco Six trains daily and Rcducod RnteB First Class Italian Band Employed for tho soaBou Subscribe Now i And Get The News your subscription by mail Call ft the oilice in the Ken tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 Address ¬ m T VWrite For Rates Kentucky ¬ SencK STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY Lexington Offer rt V M j i i rOilQxil t JHE it tvflLi instruction in Agriculture Mechanic U Engineering Eloctrical Eugl uooriug Civil Engineering threo linos of Scientific Study viz Mathemat ical Biologicul and Chemical Classics and Pedagogy ouch of which leads to a dogreo Twonty oight Profossors and assistants LaboratorioB mul musouniB lnrgo nnd well equipped County appointeoH receive froo tuition nmtrioiiln tion fuel and lights and room rent Tiavoling oxponson also givon up pointoos who romain tho full collegiato year Board in dormitories 225 por week in private families 250 to 3 Board uniform boohs and washing need not oxcood 12000 per your Fall torm boffins second Thursday in September Preliminary Examinations llrst Mondwy in Sptombor Xror cnuloKuea iJid othor information npnly to AMliS K lMTisKSUM V U LL D President Vtf U 9 Chas M Aeacham Pabli s her HOPKINSVILLElKY W w J i i r v o MANY MATTERS OF NEWS Of More or Less Moment Carefully Compiled n For Our Local Readers V IN THE COUNTRY The Cumberland Presbyterian Church Has a Picnic SIMPLY AWFUL mmm PERSONAL QOSSIP Isthc IF ANYTHING OF INTEREST has transpired you FIND IT HERE NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS will r Spends the Day at Edwards The Immediate Withdrawal Mill and All Have a Big Time PROF C T K1RKPATRICK Now Principal THE GROWING CROP ¬ ter of Howell are shoppinf ia 4be of All Immediate Removal of the Sick city to day r Miss Sadie Layne will rUit iJr the Troops Imperatively Nee- Soldiers From Santl- Fayette Wilkins family of essary Say the Generals ago de Cuba next week 0 Mr Ed Smith went to Crofton tins morning1 oh business Mr F W Owea asd wlffc erf Situation of the Army Regiments Ordered to Relieve Kelly are spending- the day it the Gen Shafter city at Santiago Mr Fayette Wilkins and Uoffh- - HoU Editor Bennett Henderson To¬ - ct X p II ti w wxm m h - f - Washington Aug 5 Special The Cumberland Presbyterian Special Washington Aug- 5 The following statement of the church and Sunday school went to lege at Fayettvllle Tenn The following- official statement Edwards Mill yesterday and spent condition of affairs at Santiago has was issued yesterday evening been received in a report from the Prof C T Kirkpatjick former- ¬ Reports received from all over the the day in the woodB War Department Adjutant GeThey carried with them an abun ¬ various commanding- officers made ly connected with the Hopkinsvillc county concerning the growing The nerals office Washington of good things to eat and to Gen Shafter It was written by Public Schools is now the princi- ¬ crop of tobacco is to the effect that dance Col A Roosevelt and endorsed by secretary of war has ordered Gen pal at Dick White College at Fay the weed has a most luxuriant guns and tackle for hunting and Gens Kent Bates Chaffee Sum Sh after s troops relieved iishing from a co educational growth in most sections and the ettevillc Tenn nine prospects are that the full crop There were swings for the chil- ¬ ner Ames and Wood training1 school established further duty in Santiago as fast as JMaj Gen Shafter Sir In a years ago The next session will will be housed In North Chris dren and many other features to meeting of the general and medical transportation can be provided and begin August 23rd The property tian the crop is looking1 well add to the pleasure Those who attendefl were J P officers called by you at the palace the transfer of Spanish prisoners y uie and there is no complaint of is owneu ana coturoucu family T M Dalton this morning we were all as you will admit of reduction of the gar- ¬ Cumberland Presbyterian church frenching owing to the fact Braden and and family C R Clark and family know unanimous in view of what rison in Fayetteville but the school is that the rains have not been so unsectarian The total number of heavv as in other sections of the G W Wiley and family Mrs W should be done with the army To American transports now at MtsafH Prnvinn flllrl TiIm Tnrt1n A Long1 and son Mrs E R keep us here in the opinion of every was 131 pupils last year dark tobacco district In some Elliott and family Mrs S II liar- - officer commanding a division or a Santiago are as follows Catania who have been visiting- Mrs Gau- - jj This positionwas offered to Prof sections of South Christian where rison Mrs Polk Cansler Miss Jen- ¬ brigade will simply involve the 800 men Gate City 600 men Grand chat in Clarksville Tenn return- - M ¬ Kirkpatrick before he left Hopkins- the plants were set on very low J P Danforth and destruction of thousands There Duchess l200Miami 90 Mate- - ed home this morningvillc but he had not formally ac ¬ land there has been considerable nie Lacy family Miss Madge Terry Miss is no possible reason for not ship- wan 720 Vigilance 800 Olivette Miss Vernn MrfJMinr cepted the place wUn hni Taking the growing frenchingAdairville Ky ping- practically the entire com- ¬ 500 Burkshirc 250 total 5770 been spending a few many friends in crop as a whole it looks now as if it Lucy Holman The Professors days with her j this city will note with pleasure wiil be about the best that has been Mrs D M Whittaker and daugh ¬ mand North at once Yellow fever These will sail for New York as aunt Mrs L T Rich returned to his advancement in the profession raised in the county for several ter Mrs Edna Perry and son cases are very few in the cavalry fast as they can be comfortably em- ¬ her home near Gracey last eveninghe has adopted as his life work years There is no complaint of Mrs J S McCarley Misses Ann division where I command one of the Miss Jennie B Marshall and Lucian Mc- ¬ two brig ades and not one true case barked He is a young man of a high order worms and the suckers are being and Mary McCarley Mrs M J Finn of Cincinnati of yellow fever has occurred in this The rest at Mon tank Point L of ability and scholorly attainments managed by regular hands em ¬ Carley Mrs Jas R McClure Mrs I except among- the men I will prepare these seasoned JlllJ Y1IU IlllVt UCCU UJU gucsm oi of experience ployed at the beginning of the year Arthur Wallace Mrs John Peland division and the three years I Mr Geo W Collins family will Jr and son E W C Ed wards sent to the hospital at Siboney troops for the campaign against he had in the schools of this city to raise the crop return home this afternoon and family McJ Davis family A where they have I believe con- ¬ has fitted him well for the dis ¬ IT But in this division Havana in which they will proba- ¬ Mr R S McGehee Dr R D Anderson and family Mr tracted it charge of the duties of the higher TWENTY TWO UNSTAMPED Fowler and Miss Lula Fowler there have been 1500 cases of ma- - bly take part The first transport Moore and Mr John Willis and position he has been called upon to Dan Claggett Charlie Garland larirl fever Not a man has died left Santiago yesterday The move- ¬ family left Tuesday morning for fill Marriage Licenses at Clarksville Misses Annie and Minnis McKee from it but the whole command is ment is expected to be completed by Red Boiling- Springs where they and Miss Jones James West and so weakened and shattered as to be the 20th of the month Pi ve United will spend several days recuperat- ¬ Cause Trouble MATT WALLS BURIAL family R F West and family ripe for dying- like rotten sheep im ing Pembroke Review volunteer regiments when a real epidemic like the pres- ¬ States says 22 TO DAYS MARKET REPORTThe Clarksville Times Took Place This Afternoon from Rev C C Hall returned from ent strikes us as it is bound if we munes have been ordered to Santi ¬ marriage licenses issued since July Crofton Monday where he was Mr J T Walls Jtiiwllng linulcur stay here at the height of the sick ¬ ago for garrison duty the first has 1 in thatcityare illcg al by reason of Corrected Dully lly Ken called to preach the funeral of Mr mid lrnkcr lloplclimvUI Ky ness season August and the begin- ¬ already arrived the others arc beCharles V Armstrong- and that of The remains of Mr Matt II having no revenue stamp upon them ¬ ing- pushed forward as rapidly as ning of September his mother Mrs Katie Armstrongof Clarksville were brought The County CourtClerkis very anx Wall OIiIciiro Mfirknt Quarantine against malarial fe- ¬ transportation can be furnished ious to have the interested parties After performing these services the to this city last night and taken to Vg Hifft Closiiig ver is much like quarantining return the licenses as early as pos- ¬ Cash Wheat Herald of the Cross visited 69 the home of his cousin Mr J T He Is Still Absent atrainst the toothache All of us sible and correct what may prove Sept Wheat 67 friends in Hopkinsville-fEarling-tWall 674 G7L certain as soon as the author A reward of 25 has been offered Bee 65 The interment took place at 230 to be a very serious mistake As Dec Wheat G5fa G5tf ities at Washington fully appre- ¬ fpr the arrest of Monroe Bullard oclock this afternoon at Hopewell there have been several couples of Sept Corn 33 tf ciate the conditions of the army 33 33jf to who absconded with about 100 in Clarks- ¬ Mr Miles has resigned his posi- ¬ cemetery A large number of the Kentucky elopers married 333 34 - 33 Dec Corn be sent home If we are kept here collected from Clarksville saloonist tion as salesman with McKee the friends of the deceased followed his ville in that time some of them Sept Oats 21 21 tf it will in all human possibility mean 21H in- ¬ belonging to the Pabst Brewery grocer and will at an early date Mr Wall was should go back to Clarksville to body to the grave 9 07 9 oo Sept Pork 8 an appalling- disaster for the Sur- ¬ No trace of him has been discovered engage in the implement business vestigate They may not be Sept Lard 5 32 38 years old and unmarried 5 37 5 32 geons here estimate that over half so far at some point in north Christian son of B J Wall as tightly tied as they think they Sept Ribs 5 20 Mr Wall was a 5 27 5 22 the army if kept here during the Sr and was born in Cadiz Ivy in are Sept wheat puts 66j calls 68 sickly season will uie Tins is 18G2 Now York Stocks mid Cotton not only terrible from the stand- ¬ HALF A HUNDRED He had fine business qualifications Migt Closing point of individual lives lost but it OPS and at one time amassed a fortune 5 88 5 88 means ruin from the standpoint of Aug Cotton 5 87 of 30000 in Wichita Kan but lost Colored Recruits Sent Out From 1 27 1 26 1 27 the military efficiency of the flower Am Tob it when the boom callapsed in that Hopkinsville 1 00 1 00 of the American army for the great Chicago Gas 99 town He was liberal with his 1 12k 1 12 O 1 09j bulk of the regulars are here with C B money and though he made a good Lieut W T Johnson returned to L 54 tf 54 you 54 N deal he spent it about as fast as he Louisville last night alter muster ¬ 1 08 1 07 The sick list large though it is Manhattan 1 07 made it and leaves no considerable ing in and sending to Fort McPher Sugar 1 38 1 37 1 38 exceeding 4000 affords but a faint estate son 25 colored recruits for the 10th Coal 27 25 Iron ibu index of the debilitation of the Among his relatives from out of cavalry Regimental Clerk Geo army you command Not 10 Chicago KecelptH To ituy town who attended his burial were H Keller col left for Memphis per cent are fit for active work 21000 Head Mrs Titia Wall and Mrs Tom and will then return to Clarksville Hogs Six weeks on the north Maine coast KHtlmittid ItccelnU Id morrow Amoss of Cobb Mrs Dr Clarence to enlist recruits 125 Cars for instance or elsewhere where Wheat Anderson of Princeton Mr and ¬ This lot makes nearly 50 colored Corn 440 Cars the yellow fever germ can not posMrs T J Wall and Mr and Mrs recruits Lieut Johnson has enlist- ¬ sibly propagate would make us all 250 Cars Oats t B J Wall of Gracey ed here and sent South e 15000 as fit as fighting cocks able as we Hogs Grocery has furnished Wallis arc eager to take a leading1 part in FIFTY RESPONDED Hog Mnrkot ¬ two of the number a porter and a 21000 this great campaign against Ha Hogs To day Mr Wallis says he will in the fall even if we are not The Wheelmen net and Psraded driver and 15000 vana Hogs To morrow be ready for the next war with FOR allowed to try Porto Rico THIS WEEK To tit l CIeniiicuit Last Night more recruits This army must be moved at Wheat and Flour Exp 743000 bus once or perish As the army can The invitation of the wheelmen HURT AT PRAYER MEETING Gone to the Purchase safely be moved now the persons of the city to meet at Moss bicycle Mr John Vowell of the Pilot responsible for preventing such a store last night was accepted by Warren Lander Badly Lacerates Rock neighborhood has sold out move will be responsible for the un ¬ Willow calf hand sewed 500 shoes for - - 399 about fifty of the bicyclists of his effects and left this morn ¬ necessary loss of many thousands all J One of His Hands After a general conference and ing with his family consisting of of lives Vici kid all silk top hand sewed 500 shoes for 399 discussion it was decided toorgan wife grown daughter and two little Our opinions are the result of izca League in the city and 26 Mr W L Lander met with a children for the Purchase where careful personal observation and Vici kid silk vesting top hand sewed 400 shoes for 299 charter members enrolled their very painful accident Wednesday tjhey will make their future home they arc also based on the unani ¬ evening about 830 according to They will locate near Mayiield for mous opinion of our medical officers names Vici kid kid top hand sewed 400 shoes for 350 The organization was not com ¬ the Pembroke Review Just before the present with the army who understand the pleted but was postponed until prayer meeting opened at the Bap ¬ situation absolutely Vici kid silk vest top hand sewed 350 shoes for 299 Judge Pendleton Improving next Thursday night when another tist church he and young Smedley The report created a profound A message was received in this meeting1 will be held Bow were scuflling at the corner of impression and the dispatch of the Vici kid kid top hand sewed 350 shoes for 299 city yesterday from New York After the business of the meeting the church edifice on the outside sick soldiers home will begin at was concluded about 45 of those and with the weight of both Lan ¬ which stated that Judge Pendleton once present engaged in a ride over the der nndBowhcJwas thrown against who has been there for several A Whole Carload principal streets of the city with the brick corner of the church strik ¬ days under treatment is improvingburning and bells ringi- ing the back of his left hand mak ¬ and it is thought that he will he their lamps Mr Robt F Rives a wealthy ng- the crowd made quite an im- ing a frightful wound Dr W A able to come home in a short while and progressive farmer living a Owensboro Inquirer Lackey was called and four stitches posing- parade few miles South of town received a were taken and otherwise he was car load of mules last Saturday HERE AND THERE SEVETY FIVE CONVERSIONS cared for which he had shipped from Abiline -- 30 head young cattle and fine Ccx says the Pembroke Review SAIL TO MORROW Have Been Had at the Revival at W W Wake Mr Rives will use them inthcculti Milk Cows for sale i mrincin A it Hickory Point Church tomatoes from W R vation ol his farms Buy your Nllllli The Third Kentucky Will Sail Urumlield 50c per bushel X 11IJKJ1J Remember the rialne Rev T W Noland of this city To Morrow Just received a full Jine of fresh Place to get your fine Merchant is conducting the most successful groceries at Brumlields Tailoring is by Fownght Pants revival ever known at Hickory 5 7 and Suits14 Bob Buckner who is a soldier in 5c per dozen at made for 3 Roasting eaiB Point church in the Fifteenth dis 1520 West 7th street opposite the Third Kentucky Newport Brumiieldstrict of the county says the Clarks- ¬ News telegraphed his at New Era office brother this v Fine freslppasture near lovn ville Times Up to date there have For Rent morning- that everything was in S II CIACU BTT been Beventy five conversions and Two story brick residence on readiness and the Third Regiment congregations numbering us many ycst 7th street Apply to Licensed to Wed would depart to morrow for Porto as 600 attend the meetings nightly Rico on John Yoiwo A marriage license was issued this the Yale The boys are A new upright Bajdwin piano Capt Mc J Davi who has been all in good health and spirits and morning to William Sanders to wed days is much overjoyed at the prospect of seeing Fannie Fox The pm tiei are col lor sale at quite sick for severa ored actual jtftryiee at better ami U now ahje to be up 4 H 34cNKKLVNorth Liberty Jk Col- at Dick White A Fine Report From Over the bacco Growing District ¬ Princeton was here a short ythMi this afternoon on business Mrs A G Warfield will leave fx the morning to visit friends Clarksville and Monteajjle Miss Annie McPherson returned home this morning from a vUlt to friends in Clarksville Tenn Mr Willard Hendricks and wift of Crofton are in the city on a shop-din- gexpedition Mr C C Morcfield of Clarksville Tenn is visiting his brother R C Morcfield on South Virginia St - - - - - - - - - - I I -- on - I Special iisr Vli Shoes L Prices Mens Tan - Broken Lots of Tail Shoes J at 150 r 2and 250 nil M FOR MEN - - PETRE CO ltt i 4V vywv alii immMm TlGi- im jjjg A 3 A itfjtM4j u