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A J ii flp t LouUvllle Ky- - Special t njght and Tuesday 8 i Aug Kain lVcUfiffi W3 Tfce Daily 3Kenttt - MV NEWS Jo Every 1898 Page Wc Scl The Pncq v 4BjtM5 - r0L 1 NO 88 m ii HOPKINSVILLE i KY MONDAY AFTERNOON m m i ii AUGUST 8 PRIOE 2 OENTS GARCIA Is Still Threatening To THIS IS TOUGH The Third Kentucky BY THE NECK TurnTd Saturday Was ft Good Day for Down at Last Lynching DOVE Of The Fifth Illinois Slipped Back Iif-- Two Mcu Hung and a Mob Hot on the Trail of to Grants Brigade at the i It t Another ght 1T1UII1UUL J p jj - overs Over V 0 w l USL Cause Trouble Gone Off To Consult With Gomez in Santa Clara t Newport News Va Aug 8 Special The Fifth Illinois in- Â¬ fantry after being repeatedly de layed in moving from Chickmauga and finally thrown out of the Third brigade of the First division First army corps is rejoicing at the ex pense of the misfortune of the Third Kentucky infantry The Illinois regiment slips back into the Third brigade and thus displaces Col -- Palestine Texas Aug was Dan Ogg colored mobbed last uight by a mob of 100 men for the crime of attempted iis saull on a young lady TWO SIMILAR CASES Oqe Was Hung the Other Will be if kfs Acceptance Is Now Mug Transmitted Washington August 8 Special Ae Spanish reply to the peace proposal has not been received by the French Ambassador M Oanibon up to 930 this morning The delay in translating into cipher in Paris is causing the hitch It is understood that Spain has accepted unconditionally but capitalists are trying to saddle the Cuban debt on us Madrid Aug 8 Special The Cabinet council terminated last night after having completely approved the reply to the United States which accepts the American condi- Â¬ tions The government is fully convinced that the note will be satisfactory to the Washing- Â¬ ton government and that a suspension of hostilities will be its immediate consequence It is reported that Duke Almodovar de Rio the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Mon signor Merry Del Val Spanish Ambassador to the Vitican will be selected to represent Spain in the negotiations The Reply leaves Paris Is Cabled to M Caught Aug nf T r Smiths command Since the arrival here of thc Third Kentucky the regiment has become infected with mumps and measles So prevalent have these diseases become in the regiment that one company has been reduced to twenty live effectives Fearing that the crew of the vessel and the entire regiment might become in- iccteu uen urant issued an orden ii vnoxville ifi 1fl Tenn 8 W The O ilfi inrlilnr Oi4 Santiago uuoa Aug u arcia nas ieic bins pruviuuo cwjlu ixo bxx uu ioin G en Gomez in Santa Clara province He re is still very much disgruntled and the Cubans i may T Pd intvil1 au biien coil bin ue U1i 5uuxixj l wciuja ofOV the peace with Spain has been concluded f v Howell a prominent citizen L1 TTTC1 TCk plftraged Saturday night ngjro brute who subsequently her throat severed her lingers otherwise butchered her negro was pursued by police deputy sheriffs K waj by a cut and The and rJ v - Secretary Day to Retire 4 BODIES TO BE EXHUMED X ftp lie scene of his crime by special Irjam escorted by about two hun- Â¬ According to a close personal And Brought Home for Final In dred neonle who desired to be in Washington Aug at his summary execution Vricnd of President McKinley the President expects the permanent terment island of Luzon by the United States to be possession of Manila and the SAVED HER FATHER Specialty Washington Aug 8 one of the fruits of the war He is said on similar authority to expect the Cuban question to resolve itself into a protectorate with a view to Secretary Alger has decided to At the Expense of Her Own have the bodies of all the men who ultimate annexation died or were killed at Santiago Liberty It is said to bi the intention of Secretary of State Day to retire from brought to this ountry He has public office immediately after the restoration of peace and to devote cabled to Santiago giving orders to Lexington Ky Aug S- Miss He will probably be one of the that elfcct of law in Canton a pretty white himself to the practice MattwfcMarkhain will be done apsoon as the woman twenty two years planned Tliis peace commissioners heated term is past It may be a successful jail delivery here last that in order to avoid risks the niyht and is now herself a prisonei bodies of the men who died with at police headquarters Miss Mark fever will not be brdught up for hams intention was to liberate her a some months but there will be no father George W Markham delay in the other cases In the Woodford county farmer being held meantime Secretary Alger has to the grand jury on the charge of given orders that the temporary stealing hemp She was assisted headboards now marking the gra es in the undertaking by Newt Mosbe replaced with better oncs so cow who was arrested with her that identification may be complete father on the same charge but had When the bodies of the soldiers been released on bond Moscow is arrive here they will be turned over also locked up Markham is at to relatives or interred in the Na Â¬ large as is also Walter Whitman tional cemetery under indictment for robbery Miss Marldiam took to her-- father yester Â¬ GRACEY GLEANINGS day a rope wrapped around her waist beneath her clothing and A pine Rnin Sunday Evening Moscow who also paid a visit to the jail took with him a large file Helps the Crops The men were in the hospital de partment in the third story and had Graccy Ky Aug Special This section was bussed with a little trouble reaching the ground Â¬ ex - The Presidents Ideas Discussed Saturday whereby the Fifth Illinois IU h Thurmond a negro who at sails and the Third Kentucky rtrj tempted outrage upon a white girl mains behind for the time being aft Ripley Mibs was captured at a least id nt about forty miles distant yes- Vrliv nvmiiiiir ntwl wis rnnveved Memphis Aug 8 Special Â¬ I n i f 6 i SENT HOME Oft SICK LEAVE Â¬ i Caoibon- - v Â¬ ley Special Paris Aug 8 The Spanish Ambassador here cabled the reply to M Cam bon at Washington this morning just before noon It will have to be translated into Eng- Â¬ lish before it is delivered to President McKin OAlT OIIAIlIiISS E CliAIUC U S N daring navlffator nnd fletiter who la tho captain of tho flrst clnas battleship This Oregon brought that ship from Snn Francisco over 13000 mlle of sea evory Inch of which wan bosot with iliuifrcr and has now Joined Admiral Sampsons II oat He Is a nacivo of Vermont l years of aio and lifiBBon aotlve sorvlco In all parts of thou orld For four years ho was lighthouse Inspector at Chicago Missouri Democrats With Texas On rain yesterday wyening that gave the finishing touches to the sry finest corn crop ever grown in this part of the country M Mr J N Ilooser of Hopkinsville has moved to this placejand will fill a position with J P Meacham ji the liveryman All of the wheat in tliisfineighbor hood has been thrchhed but nobody is in a hurry to sell The farmers have profited by their experience of late years and will hold for better prices fine Territorial Expansion GEN WHEELERS COMING Old The girl admits planning and She says her In Four Columns the Americans ecuting the delivery father was the only support of the s family and she desired to liberate Are Moving on San is 0 years old and him Markham wears a sandy moustache is six Ponce Porto Rico Aug 7 In four columns the Ameri- Â¬ Special feet tall and weighs 160 pounds can force now are moving forward intending to drive all of the Spanish He left in his shirt sleeves force on the island into San Juan and to bottle ihem up there Offer 10000 Bottles Gen Sehwan has started for Mnyaguez by viy of Vuaco and San Berlin Aug 8 A large firm on German while Gen Henry is proceeding direct to Areciup where his the Rhine has ottered through the force will be joined by thoue under Gen Schwau Gen vWn is ad United States Embassy to send upon Coamo while Oen Brooke is pushing forward toward 10000 bottles of their mineral wa vancing ters to the sick American soldiers CJrlvtV rind Arriuii The water is said to be valuable in yellow fever cases Joan ur I Â¬ Congressman Richard P Special Springfield Mo Aug 8 Blands friends say he and other Missouri leaders are in accord with ex Gov Stone on the qucbtion of territorial expansion The action of the Democratic convention in Texas changed some of fkPi lliem and even those opposed to expansion are now willing to compro- Jfjge ou acquiring Porto Rico and other territory in the Western hem- lisphcre Seventeen Spaniards Killed In a Figlit Saturday j t official dispatch from Porto Rico Madrid AugvSSfspecuilV--A- n hays the Americans SaTjmlay eteed the Customs fiousc in the village of Fajardo which place vSwthout a garrison An Amw jcan coHunn tnliptch also says supported by nrtil- lery advanced on Guayaniav AgPhclinlunlH made a brave defense but were forced Co withdraw to Jutiijjt Seventeen of the Spaniards i r were filled Special El PasoTfix Aug Home tfuV A new smelter in Juarez Mexico Santiago Aug 8 Gen Wheeler across lie Rio Grande from thin Santiago GhWt Aug S8pucial PI vjtnui spoils loit tin morn- on the Miami Seven hun city began operation with about ing for home sailed dred and fifty men of Gen Kents 200 car loads of silver ore SSBSX 7xr mt KNOCKED DOWN division the Sixth Infailtry will RATAL ACCIDENT s sail to day by the Vigllancia The Edgar Brown no Better Alcante the first Spanish trans- Â¬ And Severley llurt by a Plying Three Tien Killed on n Coiuiecti Crofton Ky Aug8-Speciport arrived yesterday afternoon cut Railroad Brake vi and Gen Shaffer expects to begin Edgar Brown continues so low that f shipping the Spanish prisoners of his I physician has now given up Anur H Jivittmi Ko fmtrinM i ijoyn AIat Aug 8Spi war by her to day all hope of his reco ery Ilia death -Three traitinieu on the New tml HWWU V Hjmiu vyffljff is a question of a veijhortiffimu Death of Mrs Mayes the MnnniMfon sacUon of the Dlv 11 n ven and Hartford Railroad were t11 Aug 8 Mrs Princeton Ky Died of Fcver TSltt wus hit by a limle nIu Saf killed tin morning in an accident at Canton Junction Mayes wife of A C Mayes one of Ashville C Spec utHlay night aiuUeveiU hurt I In Aug 8 the bqat known atiliuostflrominent Hobson is going to visit CervUra Brig Gen John Spaland piece Hew oil and irjuk him on Un citizcils of Princeton in Wjubiness ial UcreHo day of fever contracted hip and knocked him down He i at Annapolis died here for forty yearslied very sud at Chickaniaugi laid up hut will recent r The iuY did the business denly Saturday ino9ingf 8 War Horse Sails From Santi ago Transports are Arriving Â¬ A Mexican Silvea nine Glad to Get Awav J3 4 h i t IM re Soldiers Start jif al- - o 1 v iv I L if o I I HKH sam i Republican Lawyer Tries to Put a Ib a quality souio newspapers have lost sight of in these days of Yellow And lie New Mathews Sewing MAcIilne Lif LlJ Letter in a Fire Alarm Bex lublnlicil cvcr evening except Sunday by Delivered by carriers to all pirU ol the City at Journalism They care little for thd ONLY truth and a great deal for toiilporary WMK 10 oaXTM OKAS K XMAOXAM 118 B Mala sensation Col Max llanberry the Republi Â¬ DISPATCH Itianol with can lawyer wli6 recently moved Tho succew of THE DISPATOU THE Machine 10 rn Hiili arm 85 Per Week Pb Month ik Advance here from Cadiz is experiencing rests upon ita reliability It prints 100 100 Per Year in Advance 8 Months m Advance Per some embarrassment in learning- the newsall of tho news and tella city ways df course in time he the truth about it AVith alii the latest im- Ellen Wheeler Wilcox who is an ITS WAR NEWS SERVICE DEMOCRATIC TICKET onto the Ways of the city ro Veins ute authority on kisses contributes this will catch man and everything will go ail Can not bo excelled It ia gathered opinion to the Post Dispatch on and by forty FOR CONORESS right says the Paducah News eight fasttwo war correspondents seat dispatch boats at tho Miss Arnolds patriotic kiss Tho best Machine for the HENRY D ALLEN Paducah has many things that the least money river manufact woman who kissed Trigg county citizens cannot find of war and a salaried correspondent The young OF UNION COUNTY in overy important elty m the world ured She Mr Hobson saluted heroism Tho most critical period of the war in Cadiz Among them are the would have done the same had the They will bo jduring peaco negotiations hero been a heroine She forgot sex letter and fire alarm boxes TO DAILY SUBSCRIBERS pnportlmt tolls the truth Litfht running noiseless to Col Hanbcrry He Get theMotto in sentiment It is doubtful if Mr Our If you hco it iu THE The close of the war is at hand Hobson was equally forgetful He all look alike simplo durable of course he knew how to DISPATCH ilW and if its so it is and our war daily will be discon Â¬ no doubt forgot that he was a hero thought the infernal things get into and always in THE DISPATCH r tinued in a short while It has not and remembered that he wasaman THE DISPATCH news aorvico is up to a fire alarm box at Every Muehiuo wnrrantnd walking Â¬ been our intention tomake the daily At that moment it is to be question now furnished by tho Now York Sun 10 years ed if he remembered the Maine He Third and Broadway with the air Tho Chicago Inter OeeuuThe North a permanency for the reason that will assuredly remember the girl of a brigadier general he tried in em Proha Ass jciation Tho Leslio we personally prefer a branch of the To some women a kiss is the high Â¬ to deposit a letter A group Syndicate uud a Bluff of correspond A 160 Machlnb for for 21 newspaper business that is less est expression of regard It is the vain uud freight prepaid of citizens standing on the opposite eutH in Kentucky Touuesseo uud In We have royal seal of Qneen Womans ap- Â¬ cot fining and laborious kitten corner noticed the mistake and diaua second to none on a Southern proval whether other publications that require a or a conqueror it falls on a woman newspaper While the were laughing heartily when Col Cash must accompany nl Wo club with Tho Weekly Louis portion of the time and attention who asked the privilege of kissing ordorB Hanbcrry Caught on He glanced villo Dispatch both papers one yeai bestowed upon the daily during Mr Hobson is to be congratulated the woman around for a few seconds and then for tho low sum of S200 We for her achievement the last three or four months HlKOliaOAXIONS whoeltokcopdrc83from gettlnglon wheol will ask the said Whatll you take boys Attachments Aro tho famous Johnsons tct have however found it a pleasant whom Mr Hobson will ThoIIcad Th flvo and one half inches high In a tin box and consists of tuokor rufllor great Â¬ Yesterday afternoon While two privilege of kissing bea and profitable experience during er interest nd eight and onn lmlf lnalum long liMldu four hummers hinder qulltor foot hemmor An Old Adage Reads That will be quite gentleman were passing Col Ban measurement TliIslBau high a any fatully and toiler undor braider add shcoror oil can the war to publish a paper every another story and quite another machine mado and must not ho confounded nnd oil two orew drivers hIx bobbins papor berry s office he came out with two There is a placo for ovory thing with tho medium or to called high arm ma of needles thumb sdrow guago nnd book of day but will nevertheless drop the kiss Now for ovorytliiug to be in its chines Tho bead plate scU lntoof luvoliwith directions letters and said to one of them tho table The Furniture Is woll modo hlehly iol- daily after this week unless there Told In Poetry TheNcedlo iBstralghtsoIf aclIng flat on lshed nnd elegant In aimcaranco All theso Will you kindly mail these letters placo tho Louisville Dispatch should l prolonga- Â¬ Hldo and cannot ho sctwrung should be an unexpected iiiuciuucs wjuua sent niu every Democrat in bo Be was afraid to attempt theiu tho home of Louisville Dispatch mie Shuttle Is open on tho end oyllnder unless walnut is specified wiiu oaK iurnuuro Kach machine has The The way it happened as pictut for me South Tho tion of hostilities There will be a lock to the drawers and cover nlco nlokel dhapc and absolutely self threading iB the peoples paper owned by tho cd by the highly imaginative poet it again Â¬ Hearings Are all steel well fitted and plato drop rings to all drawors All machlnoa The no better opportunity than the pres arc well packed anil crated peOplo unci read by the people The adjustable Self thicadlng The threadent for us to thank the hundreds of of the Sunday Post Dispatch ItKAU OOIt MUAHANTItK AN ANNUAL OUTING Louisville DiHpatch is the only Dem ing nnd no hole to putuinchltiols selfthrough tho thread Oh the glamor f fiends and patrons who have so Th New Mathews Machine is warranted 10 tha ocratie paper published in Louisville exceptFeed eye of the ncedlo Tho It positive in action and has no years from date of purchase nnd thirty days And the clamor generously helped us to make the Chicago on trial nf It If perfeot and entire satisfaction Present Indications Point to a It stands nquarely only thoailourish springs to got nut ofordcr I Automatic Dobbin Winder Will wind tho in not given tho machine may bo rcshlppcd to iu It is not platform daily a success It started out with Of the Hobson Arnold kiss oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread to us ntour expense and Large Crowd for Old Point mg condition after eighteen mouths The Stitch Is double lock stitch The same will bu refunded promptly the money paid us Lovely Emma a list large enough to place it upon and will not Can be battling againBt adverse circum on both sides shortened from ravel to thirty Under thlsguaranteo you run no risk what Â¬ Sweet dilemma lengthened or eight a paying basis and its circulation ever in purchasing thd Now Mathews Machine stances but is to day tho best Nuws stitches to the inch As the time draws nearer for the You trial lfdn vour own We have Which the hero couldnt miss TheTonslon Is a Hat spring has steadily increased medium in the South Aud its motto justable to all sizes of thread tonslon and ad homehave thirty days reasonofyou should wish and if for any departure of the Old Point party if you see it in the Dispatch its so to return tho machinolt may co shipped to us made no attempt to inflate the cir Â¬ IlandWhcol Is nloklo plated and has At the seaside the crowd naturally increases in if its so it is always iu the Dispatch loose wheel nttaohod to operate bobbin windera at our expense ana tho money will be re- Â¬ culation but have adhered as rigidfunded On the leeside without running machine number and the indications now has been fully verified during the ThoMovcmont Istho celebrated eccentric All communications regarding the Now ly as possible to the cash system and Of a summer hostelry movomont8posltlvoln aotion and fewer work Mathews Machine should be addressed to point to a most successful trip Amorican Spanish War duringwhich ing parts than any machine on the market under this policy have maintained Came the issue The wheel CHAS M MEACHAM New names are being handed in the superiority of its uows service has on twoStand lias latgo balanco treadle Ishangs adjustable centers The large a circulation that has all along been daily apparent May I kiss you hangs in cone centers and all lost motion and daily and sleeping car reservations Tho Dispatch news service iB fur can bo takennp ostors undorcMh end and been most gratifying Hopkinsville Ky The street Chirped the maid to Richmond P are being rapidly secured This nished by the New York Sun the can bo cuslly moved A nice dress guurd over sales have also been a considerable is beyond a doubt the most pleasant Chicago inter Ocean tho Northorn Eyes appealing source of revenue the sales on some Description ol the Improved New Mathews Machine Set him reeling trip that could be taken from this Press Association and the Leslie Syn For days exceeding 100 papers dicate which an active salaried cor This machine is manufactured with tho view of supplying n longfolt Luckiest he of living men section for a summer outing and respondent iu every important city in want to wit A Modern High orm first class Sowiug Machine with all late three and a half months during Cuss the Dago the people are always anxious to the world besides its own Btaff of improvements aud of first clnss material and good workmanship including the dullest season of the year it Santiago avail themselves of the opportunity over 300 correspondents iu Kentucky tho best aud latest Attachments at u reasonable price A book of instruchas paid its way and will quit with Tennessee ana Indiami Got Tho tions accompanies ovory machine Had no charms for Richmond then afforded them a balance on the credit side of the Dispatch it gives the news and it Â¬ These personally conducted par- tells For it true is We have every reason to ledger the truth about it In making your wo postofGco ties have been run for so long that The Dispatch is Kentuckys greatest letter express moneyremittance Now prefer Exchange money ordor registered ordes or York That St Louis believe that it would continue to Individual checks un the elegant manner in which they paper You should bo a reader For less certified to will not be received Girls are neater sweeter far prosper but for the reasons stated have been conducted has so im- the next few weeks we will club with Than all others above we prefer to retire from the pressed the public that it is useless the Weekly Dispatch at the extremeLike their mothers daily field at least for the present ly low price S200 to go into details The trip is so Subscribers who have paid in ad- Â¬ Makes no difference who they are arranged as to give those whohave vance and who do not care to So the maiden time to make a long stay an oppor- Â¬ transfer any balance due them to ILLINOIS CENTIIALIIR Beauty laden tunity to do so and still offers the semi weekly can call at the Glued a kiss upon the lips TO many advantages to the tourist counting room and have the matter That were cheerful who can only spend a few days XMMMMWM adjusted when the daily is discon- Â¬ Neath the fearful The beautiful and picturesque tinued Rain of lead from Spanish ships scenery all along the line must only VIA Judge Vincent Boreing of Lon- Â¬ be seen to be appreciated and al- Â¬ Hobson go You don Ky is to be Congressman Col ways remembered The elegant Have all we owe you MIMMMHNUMMMHUI1MJMMMM NEW MWMMMHMHWM sons successor in the House from What are shells that madly whirl vestibuled train service and the In connection with thp Southern Paolflo the Eleventh district He has been O manner in which the C To the blisses nominated by the Republicans and handles its personally conducted Of the kisses excursions is acknowledged to be jihc nomination is equivalent to an Of a sweet Missouri girl election far superior to any other line The Car J Gktchijr Gunn outing Aug 16th will be run upon IN Lcaviny Cincinnati nnd Loulavllleon I C K AND The number thirteen again fig Â¬ U fast New Orleans Limited train Gen Wood has forced the bakers the same plane of elegance as form ures in an unlucky transaction butchers and other dealers in ne- Â¬ er excursions and new features EVERY THURSDAY Miss Mary E Douglass has sued cessities to stop charging exobi will be added or U8 Angeles and San Francisco without Perry Woolcry at Bedford Intl tant prices for chaiiKo Tho Limited also councots at New their supplies at FRANKS IN TROUBLE Orleans dally with Express Train for tho Pa-Â¬ for 10000 damages for breach of cific Coast and on Tuesdays and Saturdays Santiago War or no war this nf tor January 1SUS with ihn promise She alleges that hecourt looks very much like an unlawful Jolly Prefers Charges Against ed her lor thirteen years and wound invasion of private rights Some Annex up by not marrying her Him at Washington of our new Generals are liable to of tho Southern Iaelflo glvlnc special through Francisco Particulars of Agents servlco Miss Arnold the pretty St Louis become too fresh unless they are A special from Washington says of the I toSau It and connecting lines O It salted down occasionally Jewess who kissed Hobson says The Secretary of the Treasury S GHatchDIv rnssAccnt Cincinnati she kissed him on the spur of the Jxo AScott Dlr Pass Agent Memphis Jim Kehoe has a handsome lead is preparing a letter to Collector of LUMBER- - LIME AND CEMENT moment Several hundred wit Â¬ in the instructed vote for Congress Internal Revenue ET Franks of A II Hanson G P A WKollondACUP A Chicago Louisville nesses are under the impression man in the Ninth district The con- Â¬ Dwensboro which is said to be siz that she kissed his lips We move vention meets on the 10th Kehoe zling This letter will probably be to strike out the word moment has 42 votes 12 less than enough made public on Monday It will Give us a call when you need anything in our line and insert moustache Waller Sharp is the contendingman state in plain terms that his resig- Â¬ nation will be called for unless the TUB dllEAT The story that the Third Regi- Â¬ with about 30 votes the rest being present willful violation of the civil fa- Â¬ distributed among several ment is unfit for service from service law ceases The turning Through Trunk Line epidemics of mumps and mea Â¬ vorite sons out of Democrats is not exactly the sles will not hold water All of the between tho oltloso Mr Franks is As published in last Satur Â¬ trouble this lime ky Hopkinsville boyH who write home days Kentuckian the peace accused of usingthe iuiluence of his Cincinnati LexingtonLouis say the troops are enjoying fine proposition was accepted by the office and also the post offices in his Jville Evansville Si Louis health Spanish Cabinet and placed in the district for manipulating the com- Â¬ Aiil thooltlosof convention which meets Maj Gen Shafter reports 431 hands of the Queen Regent Satur- Â¬ ing ashyille Memphis mohi new cases of fever in his army on day This conclusion approvedby for the purpose of nominat Â¬ jgomcry Mobile an New Saturday and 477 returned to duty the Queen is expected at Washing- ing a candidate for the empty honor Orleans of running for Congress in the There are now 3681 on the hospital ton to day Second district Complaint has list of whom2638 have fever WITHOUT CHANOT been made by friends of tho Hon The Maria Teresa has been AMD BPKKD ON RIVALED ya WY SM A fwA Ambassador Hay and Secretary raised and put in a condition to be Geo W Jolly who is the anti- Day it is said will be two of our kept afloat and is now enroule to Franks candidate that the whole three peace commissioners If this Norfolk under her own steam The influence of the Administrations ullman Palace Gars be true the ays will have it wrecking company contracted to employes is being used against Savarwh for when it comes to a vote AND RETURN raise the ships and take them to nim which is in violation of one of Macon Jackson- Â¬ Norfolk Work will begin next on the cardinal principles of civil ser- Â¬ Some enterprising reporter should the Cristobal Colon vice ville points The case is similar to the hasten to interview Miss Cook of one Collector Sapphad on his hands in Kansas on the subject of the Hobson-Great Britian aud Russia are be- Â¬ in Louisville when that official re Â¬ Arnold kiss SATURDAY AUGUST 20 1898 coming very unfriendly and En Â¬ ceived a letter which not only made Connections are made at Guthrie nnd Nashville for all points navy and army are being him keep hands nil but caused him The trouble with Spain will end glands put on a war footing to be ready to become the active supporter of OJ orth East South andWost Tiokots good ou all rogulor trainB limited to1 four days for return paw with everybody cursing the war Representative Walter Evans If ago excopt tlmtbv deposit of ticket with R Bookwaltor City Tickot Ageut for emergencies department In Pullman Palace Cars the Secretarys letter has the tfamc I No 182 Chirk St Chicago andVyuoutpf 100 additional an I A tiirliiininn I it- 1 Buvuii unyn 111 g The grand hustle of Sliafters effect on Franks the Hoh George EMIGRANTS vAtoiioiuM iiiuiv w will grauiuu The ex Empress Eugenie is dy this road will receive special low rate army to get out of Cuba began Sat Â¬ W Jollys nomination s assured illf for rinmiKK ivoiimation adornm JSTS urday and the 25000 troops will Coh Jus O Broadhead Minister See agents of this company for rates F P JEFFRIES 3 route Ao oi write to V BRafllSWOIfD t pappose vYeyicr snouuuum upj leave aa fast a they can get trang- - to Switzerland under Cleveland iu r v AvfeAf A V wou th Pace cowmtysiojit t aOI4JmobiGPT vt 1 mti x dead at St Loul Ik II V Mli T1 I f urii JT lad ra tHlV BvAUtri y Muijiie ube Dail funtuofciatt GOOD ONE MAX RELIABILITY o2i The Kentuckian FOR MM l Xlaar T lode tan Y - Â¬ i i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IlK Br GUARDS CALIFORNIA ORLEANS Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping BUILDERS CONTRACTORS DEALERS Â¬ Building Materials 1 SunsetLimited Of All Kinds DAGG RICHARDS horkinsville Â¬ f a P If fl 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Louisville Baltimore at Pittsburg New York at St Louis W Philadelphia at Chicago t The war with Spain has boon o great boon to vaudeville comediune who have tried to otftdo eacli other in tho springing of new and timely re Â¬ marks on the question of tho hour Sbmc oi the jokes made at tho x rtenso of poor Spain nro very bad and others are so good that tlitiy save bad acts from a well desorycd fate says he Dramatic Mirror Hero nro a few of tho hundreds heard recently in our theaters Cnn you tell ino tho quickest way Yes to get to tho nearest hospital 6tand out there on tho corner and shout Three choors for Spnin Did you know that the Seventh regiment had been called out by tho No governor to do war duty eont to whero havo thoy been Down to tho aquarium at the Battery to watch the Spanish mackerel Tho authorities aro afraid thoy will break out of their tanks and attack tho star fish and tho striped bass Ico cream will bo cheap this sum- Â¬ Wovo taken Ma- Â¬ Why mer nila where tho irianila ico cream N B This gag is al Â¬ comes from ways told in Dutch dialect and was started by vober and Fields Your name is Spain has taken tho place of your name is mud since it was introduced at Keiths by Qraco George in Charles Dicksons sketch 1 yiPMrcE iiniii niTriiTiiiTiTy iniQjSnru J1 I CASTORIA I SS jHj iiii iiyNTivTPiuiM hastoru 1 TheAlways mF Pi m iiiiii1 in ii For Infants and Children Kind You Have nTiiir m Bought cgciAblcrrcparationfor As- Â¬ similating ihcToodfludRcgtila ling tlicStomochs ondDowcls of Bears the Signature m i PromolcsDigeslionChecrful ticssnndRcstContnins ncilhcr OpiunTMorphhiO nor Mineral t m War News itolTiYiiViYuVnB tijiyi I y 41 Not N Ait c o t i c JtpeAtlUStJlt JtvxofOldErWUELElTClIHl Jhmitvi St sibcScruin jinite Sent Jlnxmiint -Jn OutonakSoi fflmSccii flmificd Sugar hittfiynnrrtai or The Ancrfcctncmcdv for Constipa tion Sour StomachDiarrhoca WormsConvulsionsFcvcnslv ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP - TacSimilc Signature oC Boston al Cincinnati vs Jealousy Cleveland Washington - at iPhitidelphia i vffiNb - Hopkinsvillc Produce Tlarket uj A - j viiou jjiiuva jiiiu merchnuts nco- nHams country S Shduldors V r r Lard Country Produco lrJo r7e 67c 7o 810c Butter Effgs r Now feathers Beeswax Tallow Ginseng por lb Hou vV12J15c v I havo just received a dispatch from McTvinley saying that- ITnvana will bo bombarded and that they will send seven war vessels to Morro to day This is one of George Evans little jokes I am a great patriot and now thnt tho president haecallcd for volunteers will be among the first to march to Origtho dock to see the boys off inated by John V Ransomc and used by 500 others I hope they wont throw nny bombs into New York we havo more bums here now than we can take care Â¬ new york Always Bought f THt w Kin d You Have HERE is no need for the J people of Hopkinsvillc and m neighboring towns to sub- - V scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most re- liable wor news K f The Daily EXACT yVfw COPy OF WRAPPER TORIA CCNTAUI1 KMm COMPANY NCW YORK CITY Kentuckians Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers ail matters of interest at home and abroad M ESTABL8SHED IN 1852 of 2528c 1821c 222r 2Jc Tubwnshol wool Greased Poultry- st Y chickons live per doz l Roosters cfraiu x Clover per bushel Corn 78c 26c 2c S3 18l8c 50180 Wheat shelled Livo stock vCom HogH - 45c 65c 50c Sheep Cattle Calves 2G0800 3V25 Lambs Hides aud Purs Greou hides Greon Baited hidos Dry iliut Watermelons - 300825 400125 250350 67c 1012c 7Jc Florida Vogotablea Now potatoes per bushel Cabbage por head 2535c 8 75c 5c of tho publication of the plans of our warships It gives the enemy an unfair advantage Tho plans of our submarine boat Ilollnnd were published showing how she can go under water and remain there and what is tho consequence The Span- Â¬ iards now havo 13 warships at the bottom of Manila bay George W Day Tho Sixty ninth regiment known as the Irish regiment have refused to go to Cuba Yes Is that so they are afraid of catching tho yol low fever which would make them all orangemen Hundreds of other gags might bo quoted but these will show tho meth- Â¬ od of treating the war question adopt ed by the comedians of tho vaudeville MR stage Deweys name has been twisted into a thousand shapes to fit remarks mado by various comic men and the gags nearly always make hits Tho craze will soon die out however as it is being overworked and audiences aro becoming tired of hear ing tho changes rung on tho war topic ft would not be so bad if every come dian had individual gags but the same jokes are heard over and ovei again until thoy become wearisome Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - I dont approve Press Eldridge SAMUEL HODGSON mporlcr and Manufacturer of arble anaGranite MoIllIIleIlts - TABLITS ETC CIjAlTtltlSVlI-I-lFM S TJEIVNESSISIS Ky WHITLOW of Hopkinsvillc is my soiicitor SPFMGS This famous Kentucky SUMMER is now open for iieBtH uncor IV The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and every department of the paper is supplied with a iDTFBititifB news service that cannot be Awir iffifflT surpassed in all 63 Iv 13 Western Ken i7rr i wmwwm mmMmm tucky jSpJ v 4tHJ CJWS rl n 4 i ft ii feririL4 iil4 ink f KWtlWlt i -- i SH -- HOTEL RESORT MiM kill ITI MM MasiiifS P rmi Daily delivojed In the city i 2 THE GRAND OLD MAN Gladstone Was Never Charged with Political Dlshonosty It should bo remarked that in all - pi 1 10 Gts Per Week 1r Â¬ ft d 9h if Iapd 125 375 this change of front in- all this seem ing vacillation or indecision on the part of Mr Gladstone ho never was Clovor por cwt 55c charged with political dishonesty ho Good Timothy 70c was never suspected of changing his TBrau retail 12Jo politics or political decision for any other than a sincere motive a susTomatoes picion that probably no other man Fancy por 20o that over lived could have escaped Choice per doz 10c He was conservative towards all new movements but willing to aid as fast THE BANKRUPT LAW as public demand seemed to justify tlinm lie was the very embodiment Business Men Think Very Few of tho doctrine enunciatedby Lincoln in his famous remark to Wendell Will Take Advantage of It Phillips when the latter was express ing his impatience with Lincoln in not The business men generally are declaring for th abolition of shivery of the opinion that the new bank- Â¬ Lincoln said Mr Phillips my po rupt law will not be popular Un sition is different from yours Yom nVr the old local assignment laws function is to make public opinion t6n a business man failed and mine is to use it Go on and make there was no evidence of crooked Â¬ public opinion and T will use it as fast Gladstone was ness he could generally effect a set- Â¬ as you can niakc it u usor of public opinion llo was pretlement and go ahead in business eminently n nlan of tho century who says the Owensborp Inquirer It was never sufliciently anchored to an Jtiot infrequently happened that idea to becomo an obstructionist Ufejxould build up his credit anew after a sufficient public demand was andpihdeed it was sometimes not expressed for it Ho is a monumental impnjfedsit all but they say that it oxamplo of a great man with conWill be all n mans credit is worth servatism enough seldom to bo rash to even contemplate taking the but with human sympathy political bankrupt vLPart of this is a elasticity and active mentally enough prejudice against the old bank Â¬ to always jump upon tho progressive rupt law whicLwas repealed van of political advance and oid in twenty years aK9rind part of it tho accomplishment of whatovei comes from the provisions of the freedom it seemed safotb give Ilav - i a progreEsivomovcpresent law The several gentle Â¬ ing once espousedturned back Gun ment he never men to whom the place waf offered tons Magazine i saw something of this kindwln it Forests in England realized that -thfrfee wfuki a p r small nMrt respectfully dec ranwft hVSiissui mom tlfloklv wooded- than -- IniLoutovJUe only twowngland Itcqn- Â¬ Flour 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KENMUCK on SALfeSMAH Consignments W Â¬ WQ WnEKLEn n Faxon tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 Address Wheeler Mills Tobacco Warehouseincn Commission Merchants Co Grain Dealers and Ob 11 Meaeliani Publisher H ii Fire Proof Warehouse t cob RUMSbLviuA r r sts m I sofarMaken avantagy replied ptld t I I Nimnty he W i u- i Hopkinsvillc - Ky HOPKINSVILLE KY 1 lnl 1 racrespf wpodUncL al AtfrauM tfdrJonnlgmneuU All Tobcoo dost us Ooverod by lDBurftnc L - lli I rjffJKljKjIfmfri ZF r - jvtt - r it x MANY MATTERS OF NEWS Of More or Less Moment Carefully Compiled For Our Local Readers IP ANYTHINd OP INTEREST HAS TRANSPIRED YOU WILL WHILE IT IS NEWS FIND IT HERE--NEW- S HAD HIS HOQ FAMILY REUNION KICKED BY A COW Buckncr Killed By a A Gathering of the Winfrccg at Tucker Casky Saturday Descendants of Peculiar Accident Mrs S T Mortally Injured By an Unruly Cow He WasHclpIng Winfree Hold a Family Rcun Ion and Have a Barbecue to riilk fir and i SUNDAY AT CERULEAN 11 f it t i n t Ml P Row mam P w fmmgM ma llr 15 3S f i i1 The Winfree family had a family Hie Negro Lost His Fresh reunion at Casky Saturday at the Another Big Crowd of Visitors But Tucker Buckner a colored man home of Mr Geo W Winfree that about 30 years old was killed Sun Â¬ Long Chase Heat After a Spent the Day was attended by 47 of the 70 de Â¬ day morning at LoftgYiow by a family connections peculiar accident y Mr Stephen E Everett a well scendants and IIppkinsville M D Gant M of the venerable Mr S T Winfree He was helping a colored woman p Ipdrbes E M Plack and family known Sinking Pork farmer pur- Â¬ and wife named Lizzie Moore to milk a kick Â¬ Boales Hugh Wood W E chased a lot of stock hogs about a Of the fourteen children born to ing cow on the farm pf Mr T P Ragsdale Jr and wife F WDab week ago among the number being this estimable couple twelve are Johnson When he went ncfy V L Gates W M Hancock some fat fellows still living and ten ot tlese were Buckner had a lomr pole with R out to see after them Saturday one and wife S C Mercer present The various famines which he was holding the cow Wicks Mrs Elizabeth Wheeler of the largestoncshad disappeared represented were as follows against a fence when she gave a Geo H Smith C A Thompson J On going out to the public road he S T Winfree and wife sudden kick or jump knocked the noticed hog tracks and he did not ll Kugler and wife W E Howe W P Winfree and family eight pole against Buckners body with go far until he saw a negro driving Miss Lela Wicks Jno M Wicks present two absent fatal force He was hit in the pit 123 He gave Evansvimij Jni Geo Duokee one of his swine off Chocolate Oxblood Jas II Winfree and family four of his stomach and knockcll sense Kv J M Worten chase but being lame in one leg present Paiwcaii less iipon the ground Witnesses 8 to Hon Chay K Wheeler Mrs Chas made rather slow progress and he Geo W Winfree and family six who hastened to him only had time ran about two miles before he came K Wheeler 2CD E present threft absent to turn him over ayhen he gasped Howkm Ky Stella Withers W up close to the would be thief M P Winfree and family eight a few times and expired He lived L Terrell W R White and wife When he got within about two hun present less than five minutes The woman dred yards of the negro he aban Â¬ J B White and wife Thos VS Winfree and wife escaped unhurt C 13 Morgan doned the hog and jumping over a Kv GrbknvimAlex A Winfreeand family four The Coroner wenrdown the same me C wire lence disappeared in Mrs W L Phillips Miss Mary present day and held an inquest empanel woods Morgan fam- Â¬ ing a jury consisting of T V John Â¬ Mr Everett then drove the ani- Â¬ Three representatives of the Waco Tux Mrs Geo Willing ily of J R Winfree deceased were son Ed Irwin Win Wright Wal Â¬ Roaring Springs Kv Thos mal back home He was unable to present and one absent lace Torian and Marion Davie identify the negro and it is not at Crenshaw of Jno W Win The verdict was death from an ac- Â¬ all likely that he will ever be ap- Â¬ The two children Cadiz Ky Alfred Cunningham free deceased were not present cident in accordance with the facts Jno 1 Shaw Geo Brandon B U prehended Of the daughters the following set forth above Terry Miss Drifoos Mrs Mai i were present i OF TYPHOip FEVER Dr Jno P Bell was sent for but Drifoos R A Burnett C E Jones f San was of course Mrs Irene McMullen unable to revive lue SSSlkBifc- F K Grasty Francisco three present and six man as he was dead in a few min- Maypikld Ky Miss Willie Cart George Williams Dies at His Home absent utes after he was struck California T Billington Near Oak Grove Mrs Florence Callnon San Fran Ilis body w as buried at Pern- Mrs L CrARKSVirris Tbnn cisco twq present and one absent broke to day Willis Mists tt LWillis Mr George Williams a promi- Â¬ Mrs Susie Cunningham Evans- Â¬ Vick Wil- nent and highly esteemed young Nasmvimk Tenn TO DAYS MARKET REPORT- ville Ind four present and one ab- Â¬ liams Esq Â¬ man of the Oak Grove neighbor- sent V Vv Louisville Ky J W Owen hood a son of Mr Thos A Will- Â¬ Mrs Carry Boyle Evansville Corrcotcil Dully lty Hen JtuwlliiH Itimlcur 0 and Itrokrr HoiilcliiKvlUn Ky Owsley Saunders iams died this morning at an early one present and one absent He was hour of typhoid fever The two absent children were Uhlcngo Alurkot WILL CELEBRATE 30 years of age and lived Mrs N E Gray of RedwoodjCalif about SHE KISSED HIM Hobson before in all my life Opg Higt Closing with his father The time for the and Mrs M E Gray of Brent Â¬ Cash Wheat Was it any particular kind of a C9X The Colored People Preparing for interment has not been announced wood Calif Therewere two i ab Â¬ Sept Wheat 68 66 66 kiss Hobson the Hero of Another Gnl- a Big Jollification yet sentees from the family of dach 66 Dec Wheat No just a plain ordinary one 67 65tf lant Episode The total absentees were S3 out Sept Corn 33 33 Did he kiss you or did you kiss CLARDY FARA1 NOT SOLD 33tf of 70 in all XWt 33Dec Corn The colored people of this and him 33tf The reunion was strictly a fam Sept Oats New York Aug 18 Folks who neighboring cities will rally in this A Bid of 37 an Acre Rejected Too 21 Why he kissed me and I kissed 21tf 21tf ilv affair the only outsiders- - being Sept Pork read about the kiss bestowed upon him That is I kissed the historic 8 87 city on Saturday August 27 and 9 02 02 Low the family of the old couples pastor Sept Lard 5 37 Lieut Hobson by Miss Emma Ar- Â¬ and courageous act It was not 5 25 celebrate the victory of our arms in 35 Mr Winfree is now in hi6 79th Sept Ribs 5 22- - 5 25 nold of St Louis at the Long Beach Hobson I kissed Cuba Porto Rico and Manila har Â¬ 5 17 Ft The Clardy farm at Bell was of- Â¬ year and his wife is 75 Both are Sept wheat puts 65 L I Hotel Friday night in the bor The celebration is intended calls 67 1 PERSONAL GOSSIP 1ale and hearty and enjoying good presence of several hundred guests by its promoters to be an expres Â¬ fered for sale Saturday by Dr J Ntiv VorkStoclcHiiiid Cotton Clardy the Executor of the estate health sion of the admiration of the colored Opg Higt f Closing perhapsregarded it as an uncon- Â¬ Mr Sam not sold Dr Jno P Bell Artist Bowles of this city was Aug Cotton 5 91 Frankel spent Sunday ventional proceeding people for the men of the Ninth and but was 5 91 91 But they would have changed in Evansville Twenty fourth offered 37 an acre for the farm on hand and took a group picture Am Tob Tenth cavalry and 1 28 I 29 28 their minds could they have heard and Twenty fifth infantry the four but it was relected as the land will of all the family present Mrs Isabella Roper spent yester Â¬ 1 01 x 01 Chicago Gas 100 not be sold for less than 40 an The day was most enjoyably all about it direct from the cnticiny day in Princeton with relatives colored regiments of the regular 13 113tf 1 13 acre It is one of the finest tracts spent in a nice grove of trees and a C B lips of Miss Arnold herself and army Br and Mrs J D Clardy of N 56 55 L 56H barbecued dinner was spread for would have agreed with her that it Newstead were in town to day Excursions will be run from of land in the county 08 08 Manhattan 07tf was all Bowling Evansville Henderson certainly the most natural 39 40 Sugar Mrs Atkinson 39K FOWLER AND JOLLY Green and Clarksville on the L thing in the world for her to have yesterday for and children left Coal 27 27 Iron 26tf Lexington to visit cellent family one of the best in N railroad and from points as far kissed the hero of the Merrimac Chlciigo llcculutft To iluy her sister Will fleet in Joint Debate Next Western Kentucky will wish for down as Maylield on the I C Miss Arnold is a very pietty girl Wiicat 106 Cars Misses Julia Reed jind Delia them all a happy futfire ami many and a look at her is calculated to Half a dozen brass bands will be Thursday 556 Cars Corn Hopson returned from Dawson Sat- Â¬ sr more such pleasant reunions fill the masculine bosom withahuire in the grand procession which will 259 Cars Oats rvi urday will desire to be a Hobson horself parade the streets Companies Messrs Fowler and Jolly the IIogAIiirlcot South Kentucky College Miss Ella Everett of Fairview Here is the statement be formed to represent in the par Â¬ Republican candidates for the con- Â¬ Light 400 You see the fine sword had been is visiting her uncle Mr W H ade the regiments honored We learn that South Kentucky gressional nomination will meet in 402 presented to him in the ballroom Everett At Mercer Park there will be a joint debate in Madison ville next College has secured the services of Mixed HeaVy 410 of novel and interesting and then every one went into the number Mr J B Lander and family Thursday at which time the coun Â¬ Prof W L Eiseman of Nashville Total otfiiruncorf features including a balloon ascen Â¬ ty committee will meet to take ac Â¬ Tenn to teach the classes in violin parlor where all the guests were have returned from a visit to rela- sion tight rope walking sack and tion towards settling the contest in and other stringed instruments Wheat and Flour Exp 223000 bus introduced to Mr Hobson and fives near Howell every one shook hands with him wheelbarrow races Prof Eiseman is the leader of the that county Miss Laura Little daughter of Deed Was Lodged hut he kissed two or three of the Judge There will also be a ball game noted Vendoine orchestra and is Little of Owensboro is vis- Â¬ between teams from Maylield and Nashvilles most prominent leader The formal transfer of the build little girls who went up to him A Moonlight Picnic iting her aunt Mrs Joe McCarroll ing lot of Mrs Mary Thomas on Evansville When I saw him kiss the little There will be a moonlight picnic of violin music We congratulate South Main to Mr Geo E Gary girls I said to Mr Dick the pro- - Mrs II R Roper of Elkton who the college and the people of Hop given at Mr Geo F Sheltons has been visiting relatives on has been made The deed was lodged REV T N C0A1PT0N near Church Hill Wednesday night kinsville upon this acquisition to for record this morning The price prietor of the hotel I almost wish Jesups Avenue returned home this I were a child airain Prof and Mr by Misses Lizzie and Bessie Shel- - our music loving society morning paid w as 1800 Dick answered Eiseman will lead the college Will Accept a Call to a Baltimore ton which will doubtless be attend Â¬ Mrs John Gjlmour and son Mas Â¬ I dare you to say that to Mr HERE AND THERE ed by a large number of the chil- orchestra ter John JrM went to Hopkinsville Church Hobson when you meet him Prof Wool wine has just returned dren I replied Youll see if Im yesterday to visit Judge and Mrs from a successful visit in the inter Â¬ Buy your tomatoes from W R John Feland Owensboro Inquirer Brought into Court afraid Rev Theodore Compton who so est of S K C to Henderson and in- Â¬ Brumfield 50c per bushel The name of Mr J W Downer The next minute my turn came acceptably filled the Madisonville Nine small colored boys and one termediate points 30 head young cattle and line to be formally presented and Cadi pulpits of the Baptist girl were arraigned in Police Court and after of this city appears in the list of t Prof Kuykendall retained yes Milk Cows for sale W W Waric we had shaken hands I said visitors at Grayson Springs pub- Â¬ churches for a long time and later this morning on a warrant sworn tcrdny from a trip to Glasgsw and 1 lished in the Courier Journal Sun- Â¬ Mr Hobson I almost wish the same position at Baton Rouge out by Grover Luckett charging Just received a full line of- - fresh left for Morganlield yesterday He groceries day were a little girl again La lias resigned the pastorate of them with throwing rocks at him at Brumfields He was very quick and said the latter church and has accepted Judge Leavell dismissed the pris Â¬ reports most gratifying success Mrs J Ellis who has been visit- Jf Fine fresh pasture near tpwn Why Ill treat you as if you were a ing relatives and friends at Hen a call to u church in Baltimore oners with a reprimand S II ClMOOKTT Vanderbilt Training School Md little girl and he bent over me derson and HopkiiiBville Ky has The nse of Mr Compton has Roasting ears 5c per dozen at and kissed me I am not A new faculty for the Vanderbilt been rapid lie was born and rear Â¬ sorry in lumiiieu noinc iNasiiville Ameq- A Small Fine Training School at Ellvton has Brumfields He took advantage one way but I am sorry tljat it can ed near Nebo Isaac Poindexter col was tried been selected by the by ml of trus Lizie Joiner a colored girl 23 made people talk about me so much of the school qf his county went to Mr and Mrs Calvin nrgrove at 2 oclock in Judge Lea veils tees and Managers years old died at Newstead Sunday I dont think I would have invited The new others graduated with honor alid Court for breach of the peace and and little son Morris of Hopkins principal is Prof Jonhua II Har- Â¬ Jf fever tp day is one of the lending minis Â¬ that kiss if I had knownajl the fuss ruif arc in me Cty tnigiwcuii vks- lined 10 and costs lie was charg Â¬ rison of McTyeire Institute of Ten ters of hi denomination in the ed with giving his divorced wife a was to be made over it It was itmg Mrs M ui- T fMiargrovc For Rent nessee His associates Prof S South such a little kiss too ton Leader beating Twn story brick residence on W Alexander who has been as- Of course 1 kissed him on the sociated with Prof Harrison for a WCst 7th street Apply to RECEPTION TOrNIGHT spur of the moment said Miss Ar Â¬ Mr Jas F Brewer who has for OHN Youno Adolph Sutro Dead number of years the past monjh been visiting rel Â¬ nold in explaining to a Post-Di- s SanFranciscoAug 8Special atives in Kentucky returned to Miss Laura Little of Owensboro patch reporter who was sent put At fir Morris Cohens in Honor of Adolph Sutro the Colored Excursion was in the city yesterday enroute Long Bench to talk with the young-woman his homcVs Palatka f Florida Miss Glick and builder of IheSutrotuuiiel The I C railroad carried out a to Hopklna ville to visit the family Yqu dont suppose that yesterday morning died here to day colored excursion on the early of Mrs Joe McCarrol Miss I had planned it a long time before Â¬ Mias Lillie Brown returned- Sat Â¬ i Mr and Mrs Morris Cohen will moVnlng for Pnducrih Fannie Harrison train this of Ashley 111 hand do you urday night after an extended viit Remember the Haine open the doors of their hospitable Fifty tickets were sold here at 150 and Miss Ivy Mitchell of Hopkins Did a motive go along with the jo Indianapolis New Albany and- home this evening in honor of Miss Place to get your line Merchant for the round trip andexcuiHionists ville arrived yesterday v mT TT j and are liss iouisviuc muss lYiaurinc ivum Glick their charming guest The Tailoring is by Fowright Pants were picked up all along the route the guests of Miss Ijntie Duncan nu Yes and ii big Important ore IVajw Albany came with her 3 5 7 and invitations are numerous and a made for West 7th street Suit14 and the number largely increased on Lower Main street Henderson opposite 1520 will Pure patriotlMn was the motivemain with Mrs Judge Jfrovyni rtt t large attendance is expected They will return tcniijfbt new iiwi oiuce You knovvI had never Hn Mr for twoVcKi GJenr i Ti i V STILL DEEPER CUTS -i f J T WIWMMl jk - ft EJ A Snap For na JrW 75 Cents 125 to pairs Misses Tan and Strap Sandals Turn Soles sizes and lasts Â¬ - Worth 150 Choice For 75c wmmm Â¬ ewWMiWbte lj X 0W I I J Â¬ y A Â¬ fii 4 multi-millionai- re ti - - I - I - I 1 K T - J Mj au - A Sh- mi it Vl zmBmmmttmE2i 1E1I