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H 0 - i yu WmIW Louisville ky 6 Aug Social Partly oudy to day and to morrow Stationary tern perfclUre 1inwm I TTV Daity JentticKiatt ijum ArSKW u X - UVfljjNWfl On Every m Pap t Wc Set The Pace VOL 1 ii ummarsammmssz NO 87 - SOPKINSVILLE KY SATURDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 6 1898 PRICE 2 CENTS MILES rft ii PICNIC Army of An PETIT SKIPS Investing Agent DONS ACCEPT Uncle Sams Terms End ing the Cruel int v w r The Reasons for That 40000 Leaves a Big Suit Behind Follows tlie1 Disap Â¬ pearance of riillionalre More Politics Than Anything Else Excitement in the Porto Ricnn Invasion Washington Pettit G t j The Suspense Has Been Broken by The Spanish Cabinet L New York Aug G Special John Pettit a multi millionaire has disappeared from this city Pettit was investing agent of Queen Vic- Â¬ toria in this country Suit is now pending against him in the Supreme gratify the pride and demonstrate Court for 75000000 Great excite Â¬ thcpowers of a lot of volunteers ment has followed his disappear- Â¬ who are eager for active service ance in the financial world and do not want to disband until they have left their footprints in CUTTING SCRAPE the soil of the enemys country Special The expedition which is being sent to Porto Rico under the command of Gen Wade is more for political than military purposes The men arc not expected to do any lighting but to enjoy the ex Â¬ perience of a campaign It is to D C Aug Their friends in Congress declare that it will not do to send them home without seeing some active service hence eighteen regiments from as many States that have had no representation in the army be fore Santiago are to be sent on an excursion of 1200 miles ostensibly to re enforce Gen Miles but in reality to give them an excuse to assure posterity that they were real soldiers Miles already has 9000 men in Puerto Rico 4700 more should have arrived there yesterday whifcji with Gen Wades command will give him an army of 40000 to conquer an island where the Spaniards have never had a Another BIood Lelting Near expected hasv I iappened and Spains reply has been received accepting the American peace conditions The Cabinet is in session now considering the details 6--Special---Tlie MADRID Ang Bennettstown To Day Thomas Quarles Cut In a Dozen Place By fliles Hc- Knight 4 Madrid Aug 6Special The conchisionswoithe Spanish cabinet accepting the American peace proposition are in the hands of theQueen Regent She will approve the t acceptance and it will be forwarded to Washington Washington Aug 6 3 p m Special Spains answer to the peace proposition is momentarily expected Any delay will accrue the loss of Spain Hurrying Them Mome Wrangling at Washington aer larger garrison than 9000 and where there has not been aiulisis not likely to be any resistance Nor does anyone in the cabinet or any official authority in Washing Â¬ ton doubt that Spain will accept the treaty of peace before Gen This Month Rico support them there six months and bring them back again which Up makes it rather an expensive pic- Â¬ The following order has been made relative to the Richards Washington Aug G Special Gen Corbin says the soldiers in nic Co stock Special The War Department has ordered Washington Aug G THE ELECTION BOARDS Cuba are enervated by home sickness In the matter of the assignment the largest fleetof transports at Ponce to proceed to Santiago there to Roosevelts letter demanding the recall of the troops has been a of Richards Co the assignee R join With the transports already at Santiago in bringing Gen Shatters Republicans Have Been Selected E Cooper and the appraisers J Â¬ veritable iirebrand Secretary Alger is charged with allowing poliarmy back to this country There are ten large transports in the fleet J T Wall Oscar 18 Layne and B On the Commissions tics to control the movementqf roups Congress may investigate these at Ponce some of them like the Mobile having a capacity of 1000 men B Bassett have returned to the and other charges t court their inventory and appraise Â¬ In all they liavea capactity of G540 men This with the capacity of G It was Frankfort Ky Aug the ships alrtcfy at Santiago will give a carrying strength of over 12 stated here this morning that ment of the stock of goods hereto Â¬ should the Republicans selected as fore assigned and conveyed by the 000 men at a trip In addition to the transports announced by the War Co to said R County Commissioners by the State firm of Richards Department yesterday as being ready at Santiago it not appears that Election Board fail to accept Dem 15 Cooper It appears from the ap rt thd OrizabaJ capacity G5J0 jneu is also available The Yale will also ocrats will be selected to fill the praisement that said stock of goods be brought into this service jn the course of a weekor ten days At Port of Ponce Aug Special The captain of the Monitor places A politician close to the has been valued in gross at 14- present she is to be utilized in taking Gen Fred Grant s brigade to Puritan has offered to engage the batteries of San Juan with the big board in speaking of the matter G32I8 The stock will be divided into Porto Rico after which she will return by way of Santiago and lake on guns of his vessel alone7IIc believes he could capture the city all by said millinery goods The Republicans have been departments a load of Shatters men himseU The navy is urging the acceptance of this offer as it wishes to oods carpets given places on the County Commis- Â¬ shoes furnishing have the honor of taking San Juan without the aid of the army sions and if their representatives dress goods dry goods etcand fail to accept it is no fault of the offered in classes for public sale on board and it may select Democrats August 20 Our Big to till the vacancies THIRTEEN MEN Wades troops have embarked But that will make no difference They are bound to jo anyhow RICHARDS STOCK It is estimated that it will cost not less that 15000000 to send Will be Sold at Auction Some Time these eighteen regiments to Porto Bennettstown Ky Aug G Special Miles McKnight and Tom Quarles had a row at the Cooper place this morning and Mc- Â¬ Knight cut Quarles in the back on the head in the face and on the arms He was cut in a dozen places but only two of the cuts are deep or dangerous The others are small wounds done with a pock- Â¬ et knife Both are negroes i a i Transports for Twelve Thousand Roosevelt Stirred Them V7 t 1 -- Puritan Wants the Job of Taking San Juan Dissensions at the Pront Standing Army f Several Officers Resign Will Garrison the Colonies A special cablegram to the Boston Mass Aug G Special Journal from Ponce Puerto Rico says A tremendous sensation has occurred in the Gth Massachusetts regi- Â¬ ment which is in Gen Garretsons brigade The friction between the line oncers and the officers of tiie brigade which has been growing ever since the command left Cuba reached its climax Monday when Col Woodward Lieut Col Chaffin Maj Taylor Champlain Dousseaitlt and Capt Godell of company K resigned their commissions The exact reason which prompted them to take vthis action ia not at present known The resignations leave Maj Charles K Darling in command of the regiment The matter has been fully reported to Gen Miles and a rigid investigation has been ordered y military law to rtfaign in the face of the enemy means a cottrtmarliahj v TakingHer Time to Answer iMk spam is Mt in Any nurry n l i i w Washington Aug3fcwSpccial Spainfi apparent delay Jnjorm- ally accepting the termSTnroposcd by the United States as coiTdltloritffor ending the war ft cafwngSfeconcern to the officiate of the Administra tion The delay is in no BthUMmmexpected When the second note was rejenled to Ambassador Camboujon Wednesday in reply to the que of Unqujry aq to details the Ambassmior stfyed that several days wdttld flaPCtefor h final answer could be cpWtcd troin Spain Enlisted For the Colored Cavalry Special Washington Aug G State troops are still organizing Two Prominent men Dangerously at Clarksville under the Presidents second call Notwithstanding the peace proba Sick bilities it will require 100000 men to garrison the captured colonies The Clarksville Times has this Manila continues the point of danger note of the enlistment of colored Crofton Ky Aug 5 Special Edgar Brown a son of Postmas Â¬ soldiers in that city Capt E K ter Brown is very ill with typhoid geant Skinner Webster and Ser More Troops for Manila stationed at Louis fever Yesterday evening lie was ville belonging to the regular to be dying but rallied army service The Arizona Will Soon Sail thoughtslightly better this morning the purpose of are in the in city for colored mustering and is soldiers This forenoon thirteen G His recovery is very doubtful San Francisco Aug Special The transport Arizona with were accepted and seventeen were V L Gibson a prominent farm tlic51st Iowa Volunteers will soon sail for Manila Brig Gen King to be examined this afternoon er near here is dangerously ill commands the expedition with dropsy Death Near Cadiz POWDER AND MATCH WILL BUILD ON SOUTH MAIN Cadiz Ky Aug 0 Special NEW POSTMASTER of Mr N B An infant daughter Sudden Mixture Severely Burns n Mr Geo B Gary Purchases n Wilkins died at the home of its par Â¬ Esq n B Brown Supersedes ents Nice Building Lot near here last night The Youii Lady Air W H Martin chijdlhad only been sick a few The handsome building lot on dnysv The interment will take Special SGuthne Aug G South Main street owned by Mrs Crofton Ky Aug G Spccinl place at the family burying ground JYjIss Emm Lester was seriously jMnry Thomas has been sold tOjMr The new postmaster Esq M B tlus afternoon injured while engaged in cleaning Geo 15 Gary who will build one of Brown has formally taken charge a bureau drawer There was pow Â¬ the finest residences in the city be Â¬ of the postoJlice Sailed for Honolulu succeeding Mr W der in the drawer which was ig Â¬ ginning early in the fall This lot A Martin For the present it will Spc-ial San Francisco Aug 0 nited by a match she had in her iH80by 300 feet well located and remain in Mr Martins house of New York Volun- Â¬ The first hand Her face was badly powder beautif illy set in shade trees Mr business but muy shortly be re teers and Second United Stales burned but It iflnpt Ahought that Gary is now preparing the plans removed to the Boyd storehouse Engineers sailed for Honolulu tills wne wii be utaiigure for his house South of the Croft House morning Â¬ croftons sick 1 i l i i I w r h hi b 0 e J3 M Zhc W OKAS JPeh SDail U fcentucfcian Delivered by carrier to all RELIABILITY at JourjiallBin WiLLIAM I EvEAi ROBINSON 1ubUhed crery evening except Sunday by part o the city quality bouio newspapers bavo lost sight of in lfcee dayB of Yollow fs h u X KEAOXAX 313 Main 10 0XKT8 MX WBXX PerBMontus in Advance Month in Advance SXnMCRIFTZOK XATH 85 Pe Week 10 100 Pkr Year in Advance iOO DEMOCRATIC TICKET OCEAN BATHERS For Saving he FOR CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN OP Col UNION COUNTY Provisions Roosevelt is in danger of shedding too much ink Drowning People Gen Blanco lias suspended the Some Figures About the Numsittings of the insular chamber at ber Who Bathe In the Â¬ Havana f Â¬ Surf It is not necessarily disrespect ful now Iq A apeak of Spains measly Special Atlantic City Aug 6 A squad of twenty bravo men with red shirts and long blue knit- Â¬ ted trunks patrols the beach of At- Â¬ lantic City to rescue the drowning and during the bathing hours ol the day from 1030 oclock in the morn Â¬ ing until 1 they are busy Scarcely a day passes without the saving of some reckless fool from a watery grave and on Saturdays and Sun- Â¬ days when the big excursions come down from Philadelphia and other towns in the State the list of the rescued often runs up to thirty or forty On those days most of the people who arc saved from their own folly are men who have been drinking hayseeds who are ig-Â¬ norant of the peculiarities of the ocean or young men who think they are fine swimmers and want to show off Each of the beach pa- Â¬ trolmen has a lifeboat and during the bathing hours usually rides in it just outside the breakers where he can see up and down his beat and row immediately to the relief of the drowning Last year over 700 people were rescued by these twenty men and only six were drowned among all the millions that bathed at Atlantic City The average number of bathers on week days during the season is On Saturday the about 10000 number runs up to 25000 and 30 000 and on Sundays as high as 50000 and 60000 There are over 25000 bathing suits for hire at the bath houses along the board walk without counting the private suits that belong to the cottagers and Some of the guests at the hotels used twice and some these suits arc three times a day As fast as they are discarded by one set of cus- Â¬ tomers they are thrown into tubs of boiling water wrung out and passed through the drying rooms where in half an hour they are Some of ready to be used again the bathing houses have as many as 2000 suits and last Sunday one of them accommodated over 5400 patrons There is no place where so many people bathe in the sea during the course of the year as at Atlantic City The number at Manhattan Beach and Coney Is- Â¬ land may run up to higher figure on special days but the average at Atlantic City will surpass that of any summer resort in the world BASEBALL SPECIAL little King The peace negotiations arc still unless hanging lire at Madrid done to day something is Madrid is having a very gay summer season and the prospect of peace has caused all securities to rise several points sensation It is not with THE DISFATGH Tho success of THE DISPATCH rests upon its roUabilitjr It prints nd4tells tho nows nil oftlio UOW8 their nth about it ITS WAR NEWS SERVICE Can not bo excelled It is gathered bv fortv two war correspondents and oight fust diflputch boats at tho scat oiivm and n salaried correspondent in ovory important city hi tho world Tho most critical period of tho war will bo during pcaco negotiations Get tho paper that tultu tho truth Our Motto If you see it in THE DISPATCH its ho and if its so it is always in THE DISPATCH THE DISPATCH news service is now urnishod by tho Now York Sun iTho Chicago Inter Ocean The Nortli oru Press Ass iciation iho JLeslio Syndicate and a staff of correspond enlB in Kentucky Toducrsco and In dlaiia second to nono on a Southern nowspaper Wo club with Tho Weekly Louisville Dispatch both papers ouo yeai for tho low sum of 200 1 truth mid great deal for lomporrtry TKoy euro Jlttlo for tho FEEE- 21 Aul tltcNew Matliewii 9witiCIKlbiltt V7 FQR QNuy TiaeJEtentuckian 1 i ar kf u ESTATE ACENT ABSTRACTS OF TITLE MADE Money loaned at 6 per cent on first class real estate for Mm Hid arm Sovrini With nil tlit roveme ntB f laiK i lUt jf TPv lai th f Y r a term of 5 years IfHHt The lwt Machine for money ver ruanufacr Wo linvo for salo some of tho bea building lots in tho city nud on terms urad to suit purchasers Prices inuging from 20 to 55000 Thoy aro located iu nearly every part of tho city Wo alfio have for milo farms in this and adjoining counties These farms aro owned by parlies who wish to soil Bolow is a partial list of them A simple durable Every Machine warrantftdj 10 yeftrs A 50 Machine for for and freight prepaid Liht running noiseleMj ttTKtf Fine Farm near Kennedy An Old Adage Reads Well improved good land wollwa torcd and timbered 180 acres Prico 5400 A Farm of 350 acres on Butter- Â¬ Cash must accompany at1 orders 81KOllfIOATXONa Tho Head Ts five and one halt Indies high andclKht and one half inches Ioiik lnsldo measurement Tlillsia high aa any family tuachlno madoand must not ho confounded - The Spanish soldiers at Santia go are eager to start back to Spain them home Â¬ They keep day and night watch for the expected transports to take The real heroes of the war are the immunes who are to be sent into the jaws of death in a loathsome form to take the places of men driven out by epidemics i The Fulton Leader has bought tin Fultonian Democrat and Mott Ay era is in charge of the consol- Â¬ idated papers By the way his war daily is Btill running with a full head of steam Sampson has again been pushed to the front at the expense of both Schley and Watson and put in com- Â¬ mand of the Eastern squadron that may be sent to reinforce Dewey Otega the commander of the Spanish forces in Porto Rico has the reputation of being a great fighter lie is now at Aibonito but Gen Brooke with 3000 men is marching to get between him and San Juan while Gen Miles is grad- Â¬ ually closing- in from the direction of Ponce Gen - Thero is a place for ovory thing or no Now for overythiug to bo in Us provements well watoroci 8 miles with tho medium pluto called high arm masuU lntoor lovollvvlth directions chines The bead pneo tho Louisville Dispatch should from tho city Big borguin thetablo Tho Furniture Is woll made highly pol Â¬ in tho home of ovory Democrat in All these bo Tho Needlo Is fltralghtclf acllnB flat on ished and elegant In appearance Prico 900 machines will be sent out with oak furniture ouo nlde and cannot bo sotwroiig tiiii tho South Tho Louisville Dispatch walnut Is speolfled Kaou machine has The Shuttle Is open on tho end cylinder unless to is tho peoples paper owned by tho Farm of 106 acres onButler Road a lock the drawers and cover nice nlokel ahapa and absolutely self threading plato drop rings to all drawers All machines people and roacl by tho peoplo The Thrco and ouo half miles from tht The Hearings Are all ateelj well fitted and are well packed and crated Louisville Dispatch is tho only Dem- city woll improved good orchard adjustableending Tho mnchlnols SoU tlu KKAU OUR GUARANTKK and no hole to put the thread throjgh ocratic paper published in Louisville ud nevor faihug water TM New Mathews Machine is warranted 10 except tliepyoof tlio uccdlo It staudB pquaroly on tho Chicago Prico Tho Fccd Is positive hi aotlon and has no years from dato of purohaso and thirty days S750 It- is not only in a flourish- Â¬ trial of it If perfect and entire patlsfaotion tprlngs togetUt of order platform Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind tho Is not given the machine may bo reshlpped to A farm of 20 acres on samo road condition after eighteen months ing to us at our expense and the money paid us oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread TheStltch Is donblo loclc stltoh Tho samo will bo refunded promptly battling against advoreo circum 8J miles from tho city woll improv not Can be stances but is to day iho best Nows ed A good poultry or market gar on both sides and will from ravel to thirty Under this guarantee you run no risk what- Â¬ lcngthoncdorshoricned eight ever In purchasing the New Mathews Maohlno medium in tho South And Us motto den farm in good neighborhood stitches to tho Inch You havo thirty days trial of it la your own ThoTenslon Is a flat spring tenslonandod Prico 100 if you boo it in tho Dispatch its so homo and it for any reason you should wish J us table to all sizes of thread It may cj shipped to us Hand Wheol I nioklo plated and has a to return tho maohlno tho money will bo reif its so it is always in tho Dispatch Farm of 75 acres on Greenville looso wheel attached to operate bobbin winder at our expense and has been fully veriiiod during tho funded without running maohlno All communications regarding the New The Movement Is tho colobrated eccentric Road American Spanish War duringwhich movements posltivo in action and fewer work Mathews Machine should be addressed to tho superiority of its nows servico has any machine on Six miles from the city Tho vory ing parts thanlias laigo balnncotlio market wheel hangs the Stand been daily apparent CHAS M MEACHAM boat place iu tho neighborhood on two ndjustablo centers Tho treadle is lare The Dispatch nows service is fur timber good water buildings orch and hangs In conn centars and all lost motion Hopkinsville Ky can be taken up asters under oNoh end and nished by tho New York Sun tho can bo easily moved A nice dress gunrdover Chicago inter Ocean tho Northern ard and in a fine state of repair Prico 650 Press Association and the Leslie Syn Description or the Improved New Mathews Machine dicato which an active salaried cor A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 This machino is manufactured with tho view o supplying a long felt in every importaut city iu respondent want to wit A Modern High arm first class Sewing Machino with all lato acres near Elmo tho world besides its own atalT uf over 800 correspondents in Kentucky Twonty acres of timber tho remain improvements and oC first class matorial and good workmanship including reusouubio prico A book of instruc Got Tho iug in high slate of cultivation Tennessee and Indiana All tho best and latest Attachments nt a Dispatch it gives tho nows nud it tho buildings in good condition tions accompanies every machine Â¬ Â¬ milk Road Two thirds in liuo timber good im whoolltojkcepldressfrom gettlngfon wheel Attachments Are tho famous Johnsons set in a tin box and consists of tuokcr ruffler fourhemmcrs binder qullter foot liemmer and fuller under braider and sheerer oil can and oil two crcw drivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb scrow guage and book of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tolls tho truth about it splendid neighborhood Iu making your remittance wo profor postofDco money order registered Tho Disp itch is Koutlickys greatest Price 2200 lottor express money ordos or Now York Exchange Individual checks un paper You should bo a reader5 For tho next few weeks wo will club with 100 acres 5 Miles From City on less cerlilieU to will not bo received ho Weokly Dispatch at the extreme ktmraOiutinmM Russellvillc Pike ly low price 200 Woll improved 15 acres of timbor Hopkinsville Produce Harket near church and school Cash prices paid by Hopkinsvillo Prico 51800 merchants 136 Â¬ Â¬ Bacon acres on Ducker Mill road i if r ft Christian and Union counties have held conventions and each in Â¬ He Fowler structed for Mr only lacks thirty more votes out of the remaining 116 and his nomina- Â¬ tion as a Republican candidate for Webster and Congress is assured will hold con- Â¬ Henderson counties ventions Aug 20 Hawcsville Cla- Â¬ rion Hams country Shoulders Sidos Lard Country ProduceButtor EggH Now feathers 45c 57e G7c 12Airio 810c G5 ucres of bottom laud 2 good hoiiBes 2 barns woll watered 15 acroe timbor Prico 1100 RELIABILITY is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these 500 cash balance in ouo nud 2 years at 0 per cent Tho best farm m tho neighborhood f Porto Another landing place this time at the northeastern corner of the isl- Â¬ and Marines landed from the Pu Â¬ ritan the Amphitrite and the Mont Â¬ gomery at Cape San Juan near Fa jardo and netted the lighthouse running up the American Hag No resistance was offered and it is be Â¬ lieved the Spaniards have aban Â¬ doned the Fajardo battery in Rico has been seized Beeswax Tallow Ginseng por lb Honoy Tub washed wool Greased BosideB those wo hnvo other farni6 7c for sale and will take pleasure in 2rj28c showing any of thenJ to parties wish ing to buy SurvoyB Plats and Ah stracts of title furnished all purchas 2Ac ore Now is tho time to buy reaj 182lc 2225 78e 2ic estate - li18e doz150180 Poultry Y chickous jivo per i ivoosiLrs drain Corn Corn shelled Live stock Hogs Sheop Cattlo Calves LambB Clovor por bushel ono 17G acres ono 05 acres All within milo Illinois Central It 11 ic Will sell at bargains and on easy tonne Hero are fortunes for the right men 1 Tlfrep tracts of conl lands two of tho mines partially developed Vein of coal 5 feofc thick finest qual iry One tract contains GOO ncrns They care little for truth days bf yellow journalism and a great deal for temporary sensation v It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability It prints the newsall the newsand tells the truth about it It is the only American newspaper outside New York city that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service and its own staff correspondents and artists at the front in both hemispheres It is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world Its war news service is unapproachably the best Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier We read the war news in the other papers 3 ing hotol at tho famous Daweon Springs Will Boll at a bargain or 60c oxchnnge for improved farming land wen locureu - dC For sale or cxclmngo a good pay Â¬ then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to see how much of it is true Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received by all postmasters Address THE CHICAGO RECORD 181 Madison street Chicago a X b JI Teddy Roosevelt did a very fool Â¬ ish thing the other day and was promptly rebuked for it He wrote a gossipy letter to Secretary Alger asking that his rough riders be sent to Porto Rico saying they were as good as any regulars and three times as good as any State The Secretary cabled a troops reply saying to Teddy I suggest that unless you want to spoil the effects and glory of your victory you make no invidious comparisons The rough riders arc no better than other volunteers They had an ad vantage in their arms for which they ought to be very thankful RESULTS OV YESTERDAYS Louisville 4 Boston 2 St Louis 5 Brooklyn 1 GAMES Cleveland 1 Washington 2 New York Cincinnati 0 Pittsburg Chicago Clubs 58 Philadelphia 0 51 Baltimore 06 3 1 HOW TIIEY STAND Won Lost 63 58 57 52 59 32 34 PC 663 630 Cincinnati Boston Cleveland Baltimore fMilffwrn 35 36 n New York n ft I I f Ka Many of the men prominent in Brooklyn 34 the cabinet and in the army and Louisville 372 35 Secre- Â¬ navy arc church members 356 32 Washington tary Gage Secretary Alger Post Â¬ St Louis oty 28 r master General Smith Secretary Wilson Vice President Ilobnrt SCHEDULE IOR TO DAY Admiral Sampson Capt Clark and Brooklyn at Louisville Admiral Sicard are Presbyterians Baltimore at Pittsburg Secretary President McKinlcy New York at St Louis Day and Gen Corbin arc Metho Â¬ Philadelphia at Chicago dists Attorney General Griggs Boston at Cincinnati T Admiral Dewey Commodore Schley Washington al Cleveland vs Capt Mahan and Capt Crownin Philidclphia Secre Â¬ shield are Episcopalians We dont hear any complaints tary Bliss and Capt Philip arc Congrcjf ationalists Secretary from Fighting Joe Wheeler while Long is a Unitarian and Gen all the other Generals are petition BaptUt Miles i t in If to btt snt homfe Pittsburg Philadelphia 50 48 42 41 44 - 46 55 59 58 68 619 591 553 549 Patout per bbl 522 Standard por 477 382 Hay Clovor por Hides and Purs Green hides Green Baited hidos Dry flint Wntormolous Florida Vegetables Now potatoos porbii8hol Cabbago por head i nil ti i i IMOUr IltilHIJ For sale a good first class board ing house nt Dawbon Springe Will S260800 soil eney on or oxchango for 2G0350 good notes torniB ownore busincee The 30032G compels him to reside olsewhore W0012B U0 ncro ranch well improved near San Diego Cal Will oxchungo for property In Christian county Ky 3325 Â¬ South Kentucky College n r i x rupiinuury rt j uiou nll uoureo iuuhig nnui liiiocuuou m1 vuncknutf taught by conservatory teachers College Orchestra of ton pieces Strict disciplino and much personal attontion Separate dopartmonts for maleB and females Total department onrollmout last yoar 270 Individual onrollmout 187 S S WOOLWINE Supt Girls Department A JKUYKENDALL Supt Boya Department HopkinsMitl l G7o nni r ouurhUfj Kentucky 7 Jo 1012c 2535c 7Gc William Robinson Agt OfficeWebber Street Hopkinsville Ky 8Co i2i S37B 55o 70o I c C53 No 303 RAILY TIME TABLE Good Tjraothy M Brun retail Tonuitoos It Fnucy per doz Choico por doz Geon Corn oyi doz oars L Choico doz onrHj cwtTF J 12Jo EflToctive IV ItopVlnavlllo IiV Dec Aoom dally No 831 97 NOU72 Dont 2 I Do a Thing j 20c1 10c Ar Princeton Ar Hoiuln Mon ArKviuittvlllo IIopUlnvlllo0Mnm dally dally TrMiTiu BOO v 1 Acom dally Until yon have seen mv new line of imported BWam siQpm UJpm ii sspm G4pin mt SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS guarantee QUALITY fffi g 1 0c 8c ArNowOrlomu ArHonkinavlUu Ar IjouIhvIIIo fA i Itfwlnmti hi t nn twunM 1 aiOAin N0 lomtiirr Mm III W1V 818am 15 7 STYLE and WORKMAN- - v ii lM TdudMJAZlmumm mTVm I i - of HoIIh hot county raised thirty livo Imsholn of wheat to tho aero on fifty five Bores of land FHrmarsHra woll pleaped with tho whiwt crop DtiOHohko Former bom Brockinrhlgo HUQum I ArlllHiklimvlllo TiiiUiNo WJliua tlirouKJiclialrcarandiileoiw urfrpui IrliiMton to qw Orleans via Mem- N M MlIRKivnoh W A KttfcOMD A lv KvaiiKvlllo Iv IrlnculHii iAqom dally 010 ft 85S pm Noaoi daily Aoom No 8U1 SINP the best that Jmoney can secure 3 3 tvllundurnon m 815am m lJIOnni flDQpin Mum 7U0pjn li W ft dly THY i At 1 Ilnuk Imvllltf 1A i Vv LouUvMe Jty hrfmiWii IT i o - c liiJLjdjAi J Zz mimm No 14 L Tobill Tailor -- SonlhirUta rrnn zirjGK is V- - teJmStt Kr vtlops MOTHER-IN-LA- W THE LADR0HIS TkW Â¬ a Wedding r nnl Ifltcre3tiaz Information Coficeralng for Kissing at Group of Islands JHteabethtown Jof Ky Augv 6 icialMisB placewaB nmr this iJSAjgherty ttqMrfiv rtUat eveningMaoist rateThomas utiince ftSin TIMViff hv BarbanafHall Ci rJohhRftn in tli office of County Ifcowrt Clerk Wore a large and in- treated crowd When tlic gallant Squire had freaChed the middle of the best cerc Imoay Mrs Laura Daughcrty Jwother to the bride made a rush for him threw herself upon his abreast and kissed him squarely in Amid tdiouts and haugh Â¬ 5thc mouth tier the Magistrate thrust aside his embarrassment and concluded the ceremony JVM - V s c Albert Hamilton a liveryman procured his best and handsomest carriage handed tnc happy couple rand tile newly made mother-in-lafett into its capacious While depth the carriage with its prancing bays was driven around the public square the newly made mother-in-4- jf law espied Squire Johnson stand Â¬ ing on the court house steps gazing in the distance with a far away She l0okin his blue gray eyes stop the horses and had the driver shouted to the Squire to come to her Thinking she intended to pay him for uniting her precious and A tender darling to a big rough man w iSi- - enmntlarl Tn him money she fj stead of giving tried to kiss him again though by llux inij nnn 4- - Or t he ducking and side stepping avoided her and made a hasty re- H treat to the cover of hiB own roof A if Jvi ni r di wiimvsaiil iukcii uy r iu r umo j Rico August Ponce Special The oath taken by of- ficials of Porto Rican towns was framed and administered by Col Clous the judge advocate of Gen - Miles staff This is the lirst timerin history of the United States that the judges of a foreign and hostile but con- Â¬ quered country have sworn to sup- Â¬ port the Constitution of the United States The oath foliows I declare under oath that dur- Â¬ ing the occupation of the Island of Porto Rico by the United States I will renounce and abjure all alle- Â¬ giance and fidelity to every foreign prince potentate state or sove- Â¬ reignty particularly the Queen Regent and the King of Spain and will support the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign or domestic and will bear true faith and allegiance to the same Further I will faithfully sup- Â¬ port the Government of the United States established by the military authorities in the Island of Porto Rico and yield obedience to the same and take the obligation free Â¬ ly without mental reservation or with the purpose of cyasion so help V ti Porto rui ih 6 me God Another Bank Robbery Richland Mich Aug G One of the most daring and successful bank robberies ever perpetrated in Michigan was carried out by six robbers Some of them came from east on a hand car and evidently had confederates with a horse and carriage They secured about S5 000 in cash from the Union Bank and 4600 in notes The horse and carriage were taken into Augusta and left there There jvhich were three explosions awakened many people CLIPPED AND COMPILED Tho Ladrono group whoso indus tries havo beon blighted by Spanisli WB ARH ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO rule comprises about 20 islands only CASTORIA AND THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD five or six of which arc inhabited tho AS OUR TRADEMARK PITCHERS CASTORIA rest being mero dots on tho ocenn the DR SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis Massachusetts lips of volcanoes which havo sunk tho ncatli the sea jis the crust of tho earth was tho samo that the originator of CASTORIA at this point subsided Tho principal on every has borno and does now hear islands of the group are Qualuin Rota Aguijan Saypan andTinianjbutthc wrapper the fac simile signature of largest Quahan which has-- an aero This is the original CASTORIA which has teen used in of only 200 square miles forms nearly oilc half tho land area of tho entire the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years group Lying as they do almost di- Â¬ LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is rectly under tho equator thoy havo -on the every variety of tropical product and the hind you have always bought Â¬ under proper conditions their popula wrap Â¬ and has the signature tion might become wealthy from og per No one has authority from me to use my name except riculturc alone for no finer cotton The Centaur Company of which Chas H Fletcher is President coffee sugar nor tobacco can bo grown in tho world than arc raised in tho Ladrono islands The people labor no more than they arc obliged to and in tho tropics no one is really com- Â¬ Do pelled to work for an abundant sup- Â¬ Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting ply of food grows without cultivation and clothing and shelter are almost a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you unnecessary because he makes a few more pennies on it the in- Â¬ Tho present islanders are mostly gredients of which even he docs not know descendants of settlors from Moico or from tho Philippine islands Tho people do not difler materially from BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF the natives of the Philippines and al- Â¬ though tho islands have several good harbors tho Spaniards havo done lit- Â¬ tle or nothing for their improvement The most considerable town on any of the group ia Saypan on tho island of tho same name the houses of which like most of those in tho South Sea islands arc elevated on piles from two to four feet above the ground There are few Spanish settlers on the islands TMC CCMTAUft COMPANY TT MURRAY STRCCTi NCWYOn CITY and the hold of Spain upon the group has beon for the most part nominal It is a singular fact discovered by Anson that there are evidences on several of tho islands of a former civilization Cyclopean ruins exist the architecture and dimensions of the stones closely resembling the great ruins found in the island of tho Greek archipelago These lonely isles must therefore at one timer have been a seat of civilization Perhaps it was before they became islands for the Ladrone islands arc the remains of n mountain chain which traverses tho Pacific from north to south having branches to tho cast in other scattered groups which here and thcro dot the surface of the sea To the United States the value of Â¬ the islands is at present principally On Wines Beers and Ales in the war tax will not af military as furnishing harbors and fect our patrons in the prices that we are selling at ccaling stations but under an enlight Â¬ All the really good judges of whiskey stand by the ened government there seems no rea son to doubt that with proper cultivation the cotton of tho islands would equal that produced along the coast of South Carolina tho sugar would rival that of Cuba and Puerto Ilico the advantage of being known as the best None and it is said that the tobacco of tho Ladrones has a flavor equal to that of carry as large a stock of fine old wines ales whiskies Vuelta Abajo valley Any develop- Â¬ brandies cigars and tobacco as the lloyal Liquor Co ments within limits of climate and soil is possible under civilized govern which they are selling at peace prices ment and the Ladrones may have before them a future as great as that which lies before Puerto Rico Tho islands were discovered by Ferdinand Mngollnn on March G 1521 lie named them Ladrones oi Thieves islands Not long after Ma gellan perished in a fight which he and S- his men provoked with the Philippine islanders Of his five ships only one Phone wwWWVCTb 163 2 Rings with 13 men returned to Spain and many years elapsed ero any attempts R P TURNEY wero made to occupy the islands which SAM BOYD ho had discovered Towards tho end of the seventeenth century a military expedition from Mexico took possession of tho islands and renamed them the Mariana group Tho natives at that time numbpred at least 40000 some estimates placing tho population as high as 00000 but following their usual custom elsewhere the Spaniards soon exterminated almost tho entire population Milwaukee - AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS J r frkqfjcJ 9 War News miaGiffigifal 5 of rf bZaifficJ 9 HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reliable war news Â¬ Not Be Deceived The Kind You Have Always Bought The Laz l The Daily I Kentuckians Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all mutters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evoning except Sunday and overy department of the papier is supplied with a new s service that cannot be surpassed in all -- Insist on Having End That Never Failed You Â¬ Raisin eif The ANTE Â¬ Â¬ Royal Liquor Co Thats jJiM JtuwuiM Western Ken Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tucky Daily deliveed In the city 10 Cis Per Wee twrwaff Royal Liquor Co J Samuel Co Â¬ IProps rriayi umfBpih Jll 212 S Main 2 S Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL Â¬ CERULEAN BOYD TURNBY Â¬ SPRINGS Proprietors miles from Frincoton Daily One Month Daily Three Months Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition - 35 lOO 1 400 yr 200 t Sentinel A TRIGG COUNTY KY11 ft MINISTERS EIGHT RULES Dovoa nro plentiful and shooting good Tho District Association will beheld at Bowloyvillo August II Wheat and tobacco will malto tho Ponuyrilo fanners rich this yoar Mr I 0 Biirtlott tho new I C ngont at Owonflboro hits taken charge of his office Homo grown watermoloiiB are now iu tho markol tuul tho colored brother Ib iu his glery d boy Pettito Goro broko his log at Owensboro by jump ing from a hay wogon lWlnst hogshead of strips iu Hop kinsoounly has boon Bold to Mr R C Iritohstt of Corydou Owenflbbro has a BubIhoss Moiib Association that prommos to bo n vory useful and active organization Col Geo W Jqlly Hopubllcan cttiididnto for Cougrspf iu tho Second district ha8 begun Misspeaking tour Polos are being oreclwlMn Clovor port for tha uow tolophonbUine thut is to bo run from ForusvJlo to Owuh boro seven-year-ol- A Mrs Lyman Abbott in Ladies Homo Journal lays down eight rules that are essential to a ministers successful church and pastoral work These she has the minister himself proclaim 1 I must bo always ready to call when invited 2 Must catch at every straw of an errand to tako mo to one of my people 3 Draw out from others their in terests rather than intrudo my own but always assume a common interest in the improvement of tho town 4 Never leave a houso withouthav ing somothing on which to hang another call G Novqr moot a person with critior fault finding cism 0 Pronaro for calling as truly as for preaching 7 Study especially tlife Masters way and try to carry IliWpirit with me 8 Ivcop always in mind that it is my business to bring men to a con HciouBiicss of God and to an undor- standing of their relationship with Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ They Will Insuro the Success of His ThisfnmoiiB health uud pliuisuro resort tho oldest in WoHtorn Kontuolcy Chutch and Fxotoral Work is situntod on tho Ohio Valllloy branch of tho Illinois Control railroad 16 The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained miles from Hophinsvilla and NOW OPEN Hotel Accommodations Unsur passed Sulphur and Chnlyboato Water in Abundauco Six trains daily nnd Reduced Ttntes First Class Italian Band Employed for tho soasonl Subscribe Now And Get The News Send in your subscription by mail Call at the oilice in the Ken tuckian Building lirst iloor at 212 South Main Street or telephone Â¬ i lZHte For Rates rnnwiiii STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY Lexington OfTor Kentucky Eni Â¬ Him instruction in Agriculturo Mechanic d Enpineonng Electrical nooriiiff Civil Engineering throo linos of Scientific Study viz Mathemat ical Biological and Chemical Classics uud Ledugogy each of which leads to a degree Tvventy oight Professors and assistants Laboratories and musouniH largo and well equipped County appointees rocoivo froo tuition inutriotilii tion fuel and lights and room rout Tiavoliug oxponnofl also given ap pointees who remain tho full collogiato yoar Board in dormitories 225 per week iu privato families 250 to 8 Board uniform bookq and washing need not exceed 12000 por year Fall term begins second Thursday iu September Preliminary Examinations ilrul Monday iu Soptombor For cHtaloLiiiH and a other information- apply- to if w J l JAMES K PATTEU80N Lh D LL D PbesidkNT -- 99 2 - Address -M Â¬ Olias MftaolianL Pnlilis ior 7 7 HOPKINSVILLE m rw w w - r1 ww w r mm mk fr wr9 mm r KY 1 I m wvj MlA hr x Kt r wf to V MlMMMlMatMMHMBMXOM1 HMMMHll MJ ru - mm nil mmMmmiitirmdmm MANY MATTERS OF NEWS Of More or Less Moment Carefully CJompileft For Our Local Readers Kt TUB CHURCHES Plenty of Pisces THE COUNCIL MEETS ii I ft J STILL 17 to Worship Regular Monthly Meeting Held Last Night be One OrdinanccPassod and Unusual i J t Tomorrow Nearly all of the Pulpits Will Filled Both Morning and Night IF ANYTHINO OF INTEREST HAS TRANSPIRED YOU WILL J FIND IT HERE NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS BARN BURNED JLJjQjQljQjr L V Business Disposed MR DAVE SOLINSKY J meeting- Of Entertained by Mr and Mrs Lipman F Loss 1500 Partially Covered by Rev M until Aug Insurance The large stock barn belonging Mr and Mrs F Lipman enter Â¬ evening1 in honor of their to Mr W II Barr of Casky was tained last their nephew Mr Dave Solinsky destroyed by fire Friday about 130 of Nashville whom they had not a m together with a lot of proven- Â¬ The der and three head of stock seen for many years The affair was a most pleasant building was a new one and a por- Â¬ one and a royal time was spent by tion of it was used as a stable It is not known how the lire orig- Â¬ the large number of guests Miss Lillian Gleen assisted Mrs Lipman inated but it is believed to have in the duties of hostess and her been the work of an incendiary grace of manner and charming hos- Â¬ The loss was aboutl500 partially pitality added greatly to the pleas Â¬ covered by a 1160 policy with uout a year ago lliggins iv Son ure serv Mr Barr suffered the loss of his Klegant refreshments were ed consisting of a very elaborate residence by fire menu anc following the feast there A1ANY CONVERSIONS were responses to toasts by Mr C and Mr Max J Moayon R Shyer and Miss Glenn gave a recitation in And the Antioch Meeting Will her inimitable style Continue Next Week Those who graced the occasion The protracted meeting which has been in progress at Antioch church for a week continues to grow in interest and there have al- Â¬ vthal ready been a large number of con- Â¬ Messrs versions The meeting is being Chas R Shyer Dave Solinsky conducted by Rev Griffin the pas- Â¬ Ike Morse Lone Botscky tor assisted by George W Marine Henry Glenn Dr Feast of Tennessee and will last through- Â¬ out next week Services are held TACKY PARTY both morning and evening and tre- Â¬ Sam Frankcl Comes Out Ahead an mendous crowds are on hand at each service Misses Mollie Steinan Flora Gross Jennie Worth am Rosa Mai Lowen were Dewilt will not return and there will be no services except Sunday school at the Cumberland Presbyterian church Sunday school and Young Peo Â¬ ples meeting at the First Presby Â¬ terian church No preachingThere will be no preaching at the Baptist church Sunday Sunday school at 930 a m Eld II D Smith has returned and will preach at the Christian church at 1045 a m and 8 p hi Sunday school at 930 and Y P S C E at 715 p m Rev W L Nourse will preach morning and night at the Ninth St Presbyterian church Sunday school and Young Peoples meeting at the regular hours Universalist church Rev Arthur Roberts pastor Regular services will be resumed Sunday Aug 7th Sunday School at 930 a m Preach- Â¬ ing at 11 a m and 8 p in Morn ing Why I am a Universalist Everybody cordially invited to at- Â¬ tend all services Rev Cayce of Elkton oftheVan B 18 - The city council held its regular last night with all of the members in their scats A committee was appointed to in- Â¬ CUTS f vestigate the proposition of the electric fire alarm system proposed and instructed to report at the next meeting- A Snap For Oxlblood An ordinance was passed prohibiting- the sprinkling of street crossings by any one The penalty is a fine of from 1 to 5 The regular accounts were allowed and the usual routine busi 123 Â¬ 75 Cents pairs Misses Tan Chocolate and Strap Sandals 2C ness disposed of Reports on various matters were made by the committees and by the city officials Turn Soles sizes 8 to D and E lasts A ZOLAS APPEAL Court of Cassation at Paris Has Dismissed It and Sen- - Worth 125 to 150 tence Stands Special The Court of Cassation has dismissed the appeal of M Emil Zola against the decision of the Versailles As Â¬ sizes Court on July 18 in overruling several objections raised M Labo ri counsel for M Zola The Ver Â¬ sailles Court upon that occasion also refused to suspend the trial while the defendants appealed against the overruling whereupon M Labori announced that he would allow judgment by default and M Zola and M Perreux the manag Â¬ ing editor of the Aurore were sen- Â¬ tenced each to a years imprison- Â¬ ment with 3000 frances fine and to pay the cost of the suit which was for libel brought against them by the officers who composed the Ester hazy court martial 6 TO DAYS MAftKET REPORT Paris Aug CHoicc For 75c V TS derbilt Training School will Easy Winner i- - MEETING AT LIBERTY Mr and Mrs Henry M Frankel gave a most delightful entertain- Â¬ Will Begin On Monday Night ment last night to the visitors in August 22 the city It was called a Tacky Party Mr Sam Frankel was Elder J W Mitchell pastor of awarded the first prize as being the be- Â¬ tackiest dressed man present Liberty Christian church willMon- Â¬ He wore a suit that was over 10 gin a protracted meeting on day night August 22 He will be years old Miss Lillian Wolfe secured the assisted by Elder J T Hawkins prize given to the young lady ex- Â¬ of Lexington who has held seVeral meetings in this city Liberty is celling in the same line six miles from town on the Palmyra After unmasking refreshments were served in a novel style the road The church building has knives and forks being tied town recently been much improved and All of those on hand and the the grounds beautified guests were numerous thoroughly FATHER AND DAUGHTER enjoyed the hospitable and cordial manner in which they were enter- Â¬ Die of Typhoid Fever Within a tained Few Hours of Each Other PLEASANTLY ENTERTAINED Charles Blair col died at his homo in Gainesville last night of Were the Young Folks at fir typhoid fever after an illness of Geo V Greens two weeks aged twenty three years His daughter Mary Blair aged The reception given by thcMisses two years died of the same disease Green last night was attended by at four oclock yesterday afternoon the following young ladies and The double burial took place in gentlemen East Hill cemetery at 3 oclock this Misses afternoon Mary Wheeles Sadie Mason REAL ESTATE DEAL Eloisc Nelson Grace Wood Belle Edmunds Miss Warlield Lucy Edmunds Mr 13 W Horned Buys a Farm Messrs on the Clarksville Pike JimCoopcr Harry Bryan Henry Tandy Roger Harrison M II Wood has sold the B Clifton Long Meriwether Ma C Mrs Rilter farm on the Clarksville son Nick Edmunds pike a few miles south of the city to McFarland Blakemore B W Harned lor 4230 The Refreshments were served and Mr farm contains 141 acres and the the guests were otherwise most price was 30 an acre It adjoins hospitably entertained mother larm of Mr Harneds AN ENJOYABLE EVENING BUYS A LOT -- preach at the Methodist church Sunday morning and night Usual Sunday School and Epworth Lea Â¬ gue services Rev W K Piner is at Parsons Camping ground and will not be here to morrow Rev R S Carter will hold his usual services at Grace Episcopal church morning and night PERSONAL GOSSIP Mr and Mrs J H Bradshaw of are in town Ht Dr L J Harris of Sin king Fork is in the city Dr R R Bourne went down to Cerulean this afternoon Mr John J Chappel is spending a few days at Cerulean Mr Chas Morris returned to Clarksville this morning MrsW M Girard left this morn- Â¬ ing on a brief visit to Crofton MrWT Williamson is back from Dawson much improved in health Mr J C Wooldridge and Mrs Gentry Hillman have returned from Cerulean Miss Annie Johnson of White Plains is visiting the family of C Longview A Brasher Mrs W K Piner and children have returned from a visit to War Â¬ ren county Mr J B Lander and family went to Howell this morning to visit the family of Mr Will Stroubc Editor L J Oldham of Trenton tAl Jita Iwflihi SPECIAL mjXI 1CiA Corrected Dully Hy lien Kuwllnii Hiuikor nml Ilrokcr IXopklusvUlo ICy Clilcngo Market I Hosiery Offering m - - ON - Opg 67tf 66 33 34 21 10 Higt 68 G7 Closing 71 Cash Wheat Sept Wheat Dec Wheat Sept Corn Dec Corn 68X G6 Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Oats 33 34 21 9 10 Pork Lard 35 5 37 5 27 Ribs 5 27 wheat puts f7 calls 69 New York Stocks nml Cotton I 33 33 21 9 00 5 32 5 Of Sale TO DAY Ladies real lisle fast black seamless hose double sole high spliced heel extra durable - Qn Xjj Ptn Opg 5 88 1 I Aug Cotton Am Tob Chicago Gas Q CB L N Manhattan 27 1 00 1 12 54 1 07 1 5 88 1 27 1 00 1 13 Hfft I Closing 5 88 1 27 1 00 1 12 55 1 07 1 39 26 Ladies super maco imported drop stitch hose Hermsdorf dye nub aim iiuiaii uuuuiu ouic unu iieei nigncst CX- - fel celience in material and manufacture MM Ladies beautiful imported lisle hose supreme quality extra sliced heel double sole new style drop stitch Ladies fas black and fast an seamless hose tf and little daughter Marie Pauline are spending the day in the city Editor Paul M Moore of the Earlington Bee was in town this morning working up the Hopkins fair Mrs Dr M W Williams and children returned this morningfrom a visit to the family of Mr F M Quarks near Howell Mrs A M Cooper and Miss Katie May Cooper of Ilopkinsville is visiting Mrs W B Young on College street Clarksville Times Miss Evvic Nash of Ilopkins Â¬ ville is the guest of Miss Jodie Hatcher south of town Trenton Democrat Misses Sue Massie and Elizabeth Foard of Church Hill returned home from Dawson last evening They were accompanied by Mrs Geo Sandifer of Bowling Green who a guest of the family of Mr M 38 i 26 26tf ChlciiRoItecelpts To day 141 Cars Wheat t Corn 492 Cars 191 Cars Oats Kfttlmutml Itecelpts To morrow Sugar Coal 55 1 07 1 39 25o QQ Iron Mens fast black and fast tan fine gauge seamless socks Mens fine muslin hemstitched handkerchiefs variety of beautiful pattern borders in great Qq Wheat Hog Mnrkot 1G1 Cars 392 395 400 9o i Light Mixed Another shipment of those splendid bleached vests for ladies with taped neck and arms 10c Heavy llitnlc Btutoiticnt ffin Large Crowd Attends the Ball at Mr Geo T Herndon Will Own Cerulean Springs the Henderson Residence The ball given at the Cerulean Springs hotel last evening was largely attended and much enjoyed by all present Cadiz was well represented a good sized crowd went down from this city and quite Reserve Dec Loans Inc 2011475 12733100 651500 Legals Dec Deposits Inc Circulation Dec 1 15371500 118100 unl wBSk 4 Mr Geo T Herndon has pur Â¬ chased from Mr Jno R Kitchen the handsome building lot on the northeast corner of Virginia and Thirteenth streets to which the Henderson house Will be moved a crowd from Princeton Clarksville Mr Herndon will take possession V Owen and other neighboring towns were as soon as the house is located and For Rent Dancing was indulged in on hand ready for occupancy Â¬ until quite a late hour The follow Two story brick residence on West 7th street Apinly jto ing young gentlemen from Ilopkins Â¬ ANOTHER LAND SALE JOHN YiOUNtt ville attended Messrs Will Wicks Jas Hooser John Winfree and Ed Â¬ A Colored Weddinir fir Childress Buys the Palmer mund Starling License wan granted to day to Graves Place 1 Robt Dlair to wed Martha Crcn Death of an Infant HhhyP Tlie parties are colored G W Graves and wife and D R An infant of Mr Robert Wilkins i of Paducah died at the home of Beard has conveyed to J G Chil St Louis Docs Well Mrs Geo Wilkins in this city this dren a farm on the Cadiz road St Louis Mo Aug- 0 Special morning Mr Wilkins wife died three miles west of HopkiiiBvillc for only a few days ago and the child 5000 the farm being the one upon The war tax produced over 1000 was scut lure to be raised by Mrs wTiicli Mr Palmer Gnives now 000 in revenue in this city alone Wilkin it aunt liV during- the month of July J rjb or I Not T Monroe Bullnrd The Monroe Dullard who is in trouble in Clarksville is not T Monroe Dullard the Ilopkinsville man The Clarksville man is a young fellow about 22 years old who lived in thc country some miles from HERE AND THERE i Clarksville Buy your tomatoes from W R Remember flie fialne Place to get your fine Merchant Brumfield 50c per bushel Tailoring is by Fowright Pants 30 head young cattle and fine made for 93 5 7 and Suits14 Milk Cows for sale W W Wahr 91520 West 7th street opposite New Era office Just received a full line of fresh groceries at Brumfields Will Replace the rialne Fine fresli pasfure near townA Washington Aug G Special S II CLAGflKTdi The boys of America will build a Roasting ears 5c per dozen Sit battleship to replace the Maine Brumfields The Prcftidcnt approves the plan in A new upright Baldwin piano a latUr wilhj suggestion The for sale at a onrjnun Ub ftMirtiut imm 3000000 AH McNEKfiV North -- City Residence for Sale If not sold privately before that time I will on Monday Scjpt 5th 1898 sell at public auction at the door in Ilopkinsville court house Ivy the restctence and lot owned by the late Thomas Drum deed situated on Bryan street in said citycontainjng 5 rooms with sta blcj other out buildings cistern etc attached Terms made kno on day of sale Thjs is valuable property and in desirable pijrt of iCxecutor city Johh p Tkic of Thomas Drum deceased Jrr i s r HMMiHhSIBK3BiECTff2P37ijmi a iTFSTt S jBBWfcK ir rntanaamm av narhar -ii IT m J in lWMfcUlllmiH T nfViJtf t IMWt - -- t fX--i- w jsrariw- - s