You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898): August 9, 1898 Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 dai1898080901_sn86069396 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898): August 9, 1898 Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I JmtsvHle -- H Aug - Rain Special MS F night andWedncsday H7 L JR rvPKbably clearing Wed- ifr4Uy afternoon law Kjr 1 Dl X Tbe Daily HOPKINSVILLE KY i A zntvthmt 1898 LIVE1NEWS On Every Pap J We Set The Pace fir U II at Uli II ill fi t j TUESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 9 PRICE 2 GENTS INSTANT DEATH PROCLAMATION i BATTLE i WI II Came Without Warning to a Blanco is Preparing to Descend Young Man From His Lofty Elevation ta to Killed By a Falling Log While Becoming Heck as Moses and Is Helping to Raise a Surprising the Cubans With Barn Kind Treatment New York Aug 9 Special According to advices received from Havana by the Cuban Junta Capt Gen Blanco appreciates the fact that he must soon withdraw him Â¬ self and his forces from the Island of Cuba He assumed a mildness of demeanor compares which strangely with his previous bom- Â¬ bastic attitude and frequently ex Â¬ pressed determination to hold out in Havana to the death and he is treating the insurgents with great consideration In a recent procla- - sting --Three Days at Manila Gen Green Victoriou 3 Danish Loss 350 Killed and 900 Wounded -- i nd American Loss Only 59 MADE A v Death came with terrible sud Â¬ denness to a young son of J C Weddington near Pon six miles north of town yesterday evening He was instantly killed by a blow from a heavy barn log that struck him on the head He was assisting in the work of raising a barn on his fathers farm and one of the logs was being lifted into place by the workmen when one end slip- Â¬ ped and it fell with crushing force upon the unfortunate young man He was hit on the head and instant- Â¬ ly killed He was a worthy industrious young man about 26 years old and lived with his father who moved from the Church Hill neighborhood about three years ago The funeral services were held to day by Eld T D Moore of this M y t Ji THE ENEMY SUNDAY SORTIE ON MALATE city Pon Interment in the vicinity ot WHEAT NOT ALL THRESHED About Ten Per Cent Still mains in the Shocks Re allEDifi ft 1 Manila August 3 delayed in transmis- Â¬ hour One man was killed FrcdSpringsler 1st Cavalry Two On the night of July 31 were wounded Special sion the Spaniards made a sortie from Manila city On August 2 the artillery duel was renewed and two men Oamp Dewey badly wounded and two arc reported dead on the posts and trenches of near Malate G en Green commanding di- Â¬ The total dead is and 10 arc in the hospital mortally recting their attack at the right flank held by hurt the Tenth Pennsylvania Ten Americans were killed on the picket Peace Talk at Madrid m iines and in the trenches and 44 wounded 13 Kf 6 MORRIS 1st Calif Vol Madrid Aug 9 Special BROWN Go D 10th Pa of peace Wfi Sagasta is confident of peace The Kings condition is worse WILL BURTON 10th Pa t STILDWAGON 10th Pa H I3frrt4 A JTttfrt i tf JAS THULL Jr Go E 10th Pa f IlCdClllCU 11115 micinuuu JESSE NERS Co I 10th Pa jf Spains Reply in at Last JOHN BRADY Go I 10th Pa it L DAWSON Battery K 3rd Art Special Washington August Spains reply will be presented ij r A MILLEROTH Battery H 3nd Art this afternoon Amongthe wounded are Oapt Richter Sigsbees New Job 1st Cal Oapt Hobbs 3rd Art and Chas A The rainy spell this week finds about ten per cent of the wheat crop still unthreshed A few of the largest growers have out a part of their crops preferring to wait alter the rain ceased until the grain was thoroughly dry and the weather again became unfavor Â¬ able before they could finish The damage so far has proven to be small and attention the King Has a Relapse crop in thecareful will preventto any field serious loss even with an6lhcr pro Â¬ The newspapers doubt the feasibility longed rainy spell DIDNT WAIT LONG For a ill CA1TAIN OENKUAL 1ILANCO Chance to go to the Front of m Malate is half way between Cavite and Manila Gen Greens force numbers 4000 and his trenches extend from the beach 300 yards to the left flank of the insurgents Sunday was the insurgent feast day and their left flank withdrew leaving the Ameri- Â¬ can right exposed Companies A andE of the 10th Pen- Â¬ nsylvania and a battery were ordered to re- Â¬ inforce the right fland in a raging typhoon The enemys strength was estimated at Winfield The British Admiral reports the Spanish loss 350 killed and 900 wounded m 3000 men HOW IT WAS DONE They attempted to surprise the camp The pickets were J driven in and the trendies assaulted 4 he lennsylvimans stood uieir ground ana tuc 1st California with two companies of the 3rd Artillery with rifles reinforced 4 thl and never was the discipline of the regulars better demon strated than by the work of the 3rd Artillery under Cant fy OHsra Nofhincould be seen but the flashes of Almiscr rifles The Spaniardserc put to flight and driven back to the city The American diauVwcre buried in the convent at Alara - iv cabin On the night of L Augutinljl the fighting was renewed inaivu the u enemy attacking with long ranftJteaiw artillery liiuuiKii uwiiviv icpucu fiuu UillW j i L Letters received here from some the colored recruits who were sent to Ft McPherson last week say they were put through another examinatibn and all of the best men physically were at once started to New York They did not know the object of this but the 8th Illinois Colored Regiment was due to leave Texas New K Will Command York for Santiago yesterday and it may have been the intention Washington Augfc Special Capt C D Sigsbee formerly com- Â¬ of the government to send these re Surrendered to the Authorities mander of the battleshipAMaine has been assigned to the battleship cruits for the 10th cavalry on the Cadi Ky Aug U Special Texas the time for the retirement of Capt Phillip being at hand The same ship to Santiago At the last term of the Trigg Coun Â¬ St Paul which Capt Sigsbee has commanded during the war will be ty Circuit Court John Dickinson returned to the Americanline as will the St Louis Capt Goodrich MR AND MRS COHEN col was fined 25 for striking a of the St Louis will be assigned to the protected cruiser Newark in Can- Â¬ Entertained in a Host Delight- minor Dickinson lives the ton district and has since been in fully Pleasant Thinner Bad Report the ye hiding On yesterday he went to Mr and Mrs Morris Cohen en the home of Constable Davis Crit Nfc May Be Lost tertained last night in honor of more and surrendered The con Â¬ Colon V their guest Miss Click The affair stable brought the negro here at f1 Special Chap was attended by the numerous vis Playa del Este CubafMpnday The Merritt once aud lodged him in jail man wrecking steamer Potomac has arrived at the scene of the battle itors in the city who have enlivened of July 3 and has visited the Cristobal Colon The wreckers report her local Hebrew society so greatly Got 25 in Clarksville to be in a very bad situation and they fear Tb is impossible to save her during the last year or more It proved to be one of the pleasantest Clarksville Tenn August 9 The Maria Teresa has not yet been floated Capt KKWebster and of the many pleasant entertain Â¬ Special ments this month Sergeant S Skinner of the general A LIVELY MARKET HIS ARM IN A SLINQ army service who have been sta Â¬ Jack Mason Held Over tioned at the recruiting office at No Fine Tobacco Offered But Low Ed Curtis 5ustnlns a Painful The examining trial of Jack Ma Â¬ Louisville have enlisted twenty Leaf Brings Goood Prices son col charged with trespass live Accident colored volunteers here and was held this morning before Judge The itobacco market to day Cansler Defendant was held over left Sunday night with the recruits Mr I5d Curtis is carrying his showed much activity and a con Â¬ until the grand jury meets An for Fort McPheison Ga arm in a sling as the result of an siderable quantity of the weed went other warrant charging assault accident that dislocated his shoul- Â¬ Y0UNQ BROWN DEAD oil at fair prices The offerings will he heard next Monday der blade He was thrown out of a w consisted almost entirely of low buggy a day or two ago Vaccination leaf and lugs but prices obtained Expired Last Night of Typhoid were very satisfactory The num Â¬ Under the rules pf the Board of Jf 1 Fever BAMBERGERS DUTCH LUNCH ber of rejections was small The Trustees of the public schooln all sales totnorrqw will be much larger day Notwith- Â¬ cniiuren enroueu in me scnoois Special Interesting Social Event On the than those of tothe attendance at must present satisfactory evidence t Crofton Ky Aug 9 standing the rain Brown son of Postmaster Edgar of vaccination the sales was large The order of the M B Brown died Program For This Evening last night of ty Â¬ board does not call for a re vacci Â¬ phoid fever after a long illness T J Munford was elected Regis Â¬ Mr V L Bamberger will giye ter in JVIuntgoniery county by only nation of children who have been He was 23 years old Ilis funeral a MUutch Lunch at ha residence one vote over W J Crotzer in a Vaccinated services will be conducted by the of Mr Max J Moayo thin evening poll of nearly 300Q Knights of Honor of which order There is talk A thing of booty in a joy to tho in honor of the viuttojH in the city of a content he was a member bribe taking Afsiunlymun K the mation he made known to the Span- Â¬ ish people of Cuba that Spain through the intervention of foreign powers had been forced to the dis- Â¬ graceful issue of suing for peace and that there would be no more war and no further use for sol- Â¬ diers He offered a pardon to all Cuban political prisoners aud more than 150 were released in Havana Capt Gen Blanco assures the soldiers and all Spanish residents who wish to return to Spain or go to other Spanish possessions that they will get free transportation given by their mother country to their destination and will be pro- Â¬ tected from interference on the part of either the Cubans or Americans lie suggests that the Cubans be forgiven and no longer regarded as enemies and that no unkind feel- Â¬ ings be cherished I That -- Â¬ h i M M V sM ulj yT 11 - lm dv-V ftbe 4 Pick ait Utenfuchian Dclit ercd by carrier lo all RELIABILITY PubUhcd every evening except Sunday by OKAS M KXAOXAM 013 8 Kaln parts ot tho 10 CENTS PBR WEEK la a quality Bomo nbivopupbrR 1jhvo lost night of in tlicsdduyB of Yellow city at Journalism They euro littlo for tho truth and u grent tloal for temporary 1 1a V Pen giuscaiPTiow kXtes Pen 85 Month m Advan vun 100 wApvanob Months tho w Vaob V 400 Ten day ago Spains aimwcr was momentarily expected It took StajruRta almost a lonjr to lot go as it took McKinley to take hold Â¬ The 1000 bottles of mineral wa ter offered by Germany might re Heve for njlimc the drouth at Mon tatilc Point when the army gets there Oridley and Lieut llagley was Uaglciy it Cardenas the only one killed in battle Only two naval officers lost their lives ih a result of the war Capl at Manila There will be no waiter any where near the camp at Montauk The government Long Island must mistake the army for a poli ticial convention Â¬ and arrived July 27 Â¬ Â¬ The Peace Commission will con- Quartermaster Humphries at Sansist of live on each side and we may tiago was cabled several days ago to her look out for some if not all of our from Washington for news as replied that she lie old fiiemls Campos Wcyler Ie whereabouts Hernabe and Blanco on was not at Santiago Information Lome to day is to the effect that the GusSpains side sie is safe and sound answer was translated Spains THE ELECTION BOARDS from Spanish into French and from before it reach Â¬ French into English Â¬ ed the President It should be ex The Commissioners to Meet This amined very closely In making Week to Appoint Them change so often we may have lost a few islands Spec- Â¬ Frankfort Ky Aug 9 Much interest is manifested ial South Trimble has announced in the meeting of the State Board that he will not be a candidate for of Election Commissioners to be Speaker of the next IIousc but will held here one day this week Prom- Â¬ devote all his energies to securing Â¬ Morgan inent politicians of Louisville Lexa capitol appropriation ington and other places have been Chinn and Bennett Henderson are keeping the wires hot with messa- Â¬ the probable candidates ges asking that certain friends be The announcementfromAsheville placed on the board and persons quarters for that Brig Gen Jno S Poland died have come from all with Chairman there yesterday did not go far personal interviews little It should have explained Pryor It is safe to say that given enough encouragement has been who the General was He was one It is said where of the army Colonels recently pro these seekers to fight the moled and was a veteran of Gettys- Â¬ factions have begun board semi officially announced that burg it will go outside and get conserva Â¬ The Democratic committee in tive men Louisville has decided upon a del- Â¬ FRUIT HILL egate convention for August 29 to for Congress nominate a candidate Capt Jas T Williams and Dr S A Newsy Letter From North Atwood Smith are the only candi Â¬ Christian dates so far but there may be other Fruit Hill Ky Aug 9 US tiago July 23 tho truth about it L ITS WAR NEWS SERVICE Can not bo excelled It U gathered nt the by forty two war corroHpondontB nntl Grounded on the Rocks eight fast dispatch boutw Ml tho seal West End of Cuba of war and a salaried eorroHpomhmt in every important city in tho world Tho most critieal period of tho w r Special New York Aug 9 will Iio during ppaco nogoitatioun The steamer Andes of the Atlas Get the paper thai lolls the truth you eco it in THE Our Motto Line Which arrived Saturday DISPATCH itsIf mid if iteso it is ho from Port Limon Costa Rica re Â¬ alwnyq in THE DISPATCH THE DISPATCH nowe norvicn ia ported that on August 2 the wreck now furnished by tho Now York Sun of the steamer Gussie was seen on Tho Chicago Inter Ocean The North off the west ern ProBB Abh jciation Tho Lealio the Colorado bank Syndicate and a Htaff of correspond coast of Cuba The walking beam outs in Kentucky Temusseo and In and paddle boats were about all liana hucoiuI to nono on a Southern uowspapor that was visible Wo club with Tho Weekly Loliis The Gussie is a small side wheel villo Dispatch both papers one yeui steamer and has been used i for for the low sum of 200 several expeditions from Florida to Cuba She left Key West for San Â¬ An Old Adage Reads TUG QUSSIE SUNK Â¬ of THE DISPATCH It prlHta reatBUpon its reliabilitytho mows nil of tho nowannd tolls hUccchb - tnot II I ViJ WJ a ROBINSON 21 Tile Ken tuokian 1 Year T Aud the New Maljicws REAL FEES ScwIuktM115 arm Sewing TmX FOft ONLY will THE DISPATCH ESTATE AGENT -- Modem j MtfMMMiL Hi M Wv ABSTRACTS OF TITLE MADE Atoney loaned al 6 per cent on first class real estate for a term of 5 years Wo havo for sale pome of tho bee building lotq in the oily and on torinR to suit purchasers PWccn ranging Thoy are located from 20 to 3000 We in nearly every part of the city rovemejiis r With all mo imi - V Vv 3 1 1 h rt The boat Machine for the lpnnt moneySviyjfinHnufact- urod 0 Lkht running noijelfew simple durable Every Machino warranUdj 10 years 50 Machine for for freight prepaid and A mm Ish7 t S for Halo farms in this and adjoining counties Theso farms are owned by parties who warn to soil Below is a partial lint of them iiIho Ihivo A Ah It i I 21 Fine Farm near Kennedy Well improved good land well wa tered arid timbered lSOacrca Price 5400 A Farm of 350 acres on Butter CaBh muBt accompany al ordorB SlIiUJlIOATIONa muMtiienient Tho Howl Tb flvo and one lmll lnclicn hlch Hid nlglit and otiOliftlf inches Ioiik Insldo r milk Road from tho city place the Louisville Dispatch should oh in the honn of every Democrat in The Louisville Dispatch tho South is tho peoples paper owned by tho The pooplu and road by the people LouiHvillo Dispatch is tho only Dem ocrntic paper published in Louisville It stauds quaroly on tho Chicago platform Ir is not only in a flourish- Â¬ ing condition after eighteen months circumbattling against adverse stances but is to dny the boat News medium in the South And its moUo if you see it in tho Dispatch its so if its so it is always in the Dispatch has beon fully verified during the American Spanish War during which the superiority of its news servico has been daily apparent Tho Disnatch news service is fur nislied by tho Now York Sun the Chicago inter Ocean the Northern Prebs Association and the Lealio Syn dicate which an active salaried correspondent in evory important city in the world besides its own staff of over 800 correspondents in Kentucky Get The Tennessee and Indiana Dispatch it gives tho news and it tells the truth about it Tho Dip itch is Ken tuekys greatest paper You should bo a reader Ebr the next few weeks wo will club with tho Weekly Dispatch at tho extreme ly low price 2 Ui Â¬ Â¬ There is a place for every thin Now for everything to be in Uh not Twolhirds in fine timber good im machlnoinnilPandormustcalled be confounded so hltfh nrm ma with tho medium provements well watered 8J miles ohliteu Tho bcadjdato seWlutoor lereljWHh tabic tho Thin Ism high as any family The Noedlo Ia BtralBht6elf ncUntf Hat on sdo and cannot ho Hutiwroug The Shuttlo l open on the end cylinder Farm of and nbjolutply self threading acres onButler Road jhaiio Bearings Arooll steel well fitted and The Threo and ono half milcH from the adjustablecudlng golf thread- Tho Self tht city well improved good orchard tng and no nolo to jmt machine Is tho thread throigh except thoeyo of tho necdlo ud never failing wator Tho Feed Is jmsltlvo in action and has oo uprtngs Prico S750 ofordor Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind tho A farm of 20 acres on Biime road oobbln via smooth as on a spool of thread double look stitch TheStltch 3J miles from thd city well improv- Â¬ on both sides la and will not ravel Tho snmo Can bo A good poultry or market gar lengthened or shortened from eight to thlny ed Btttohci to the Inch den farm in good neighborhood ThoTcnslon Is a flat spring tension and ad justable to all sizes Of thread Prico 400 Hand Wheel Is nicklo plated and hiw a Farm of 75 acres on Greenville loose wheel attached to oporato bobbin winder without running machine Tho Movement Is tho celebrated eccentric Road movements posltiVolh wtlon audfeworwork Ing parts than any muohlno on tho market lho Stand llosloigo balanco wheel nunc Six miloa from the city Tho vory on two adjustable centers Thotroadlo Is lare boat place in tho neighborhood I and hangs in cono centers and all lost motion timbor good water buildings orch- ennbo taksnup ftstord underucsahond and can bo easily moved A nice dress guard over and in a fine state of Big bargain Price 900 ono togtut Â¬ wheel whCPltokcopdrcs3ffomKOttlngfon Attachments Aro the famous Johnsons isct coitsfstH of tucker rufller in a tin box and fourhemmors binder nulltor foot hammer and follorundor braider and sheerer oil can and oil two -- crew drivers si bobbins papor of needles thumb scrow guage andbook or dlroctlons Tho Furniture Is well mado highly pol Â¬ AH theso ished and elegant in appearance machines will bo sont out with oak furniture specified Kach machine has unless wolnut is a look to the drawers and covor nice nickel plato drop rings to all drawers All machines arc well packed nml crated KKAD OUK GUAltANTKE Th New Mathews Machine is warranted 10 yoar8 from dato of purchase and thirty days trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction Is not given tho machine may bo reshipped to to us at our expense aud the ntonoy paid us will bo refunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what ovor In purchasing the Now Mathews Machine own it You have thirty days trial ofyou in your wish should home and if for any reason to rotlirn the machine it trfay eo shipped to ua at our expense and tho money will bo refunded All communications regarding tho Now Mathews Machine should bo addressed to Â¬ t i CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsvillc Ky ard repair Description oi the Improved New Mathews Machine A very fine little Farm of 87 2 This machine is manufactured with tho view of supplying a long felt vant to wit A Alodern High arm first oIbbs Sowiug Machine with all late acres near Elmo improvements aud of first class material and good workmanship including Twonty acrea of timber tho remain tho beBt and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instrucing in high state of cultivation All tions accompanies every machine the buildings in good condition splendid neighborhood lu making your remittance wo prefer posloifieo trjonoy order registered letter express monoy ordes or New York Exchange Individual checks unPrico 2200 1 Â¬ 4 Prico S650 100 acres 5 Miles From City on Russellyille Pike loss certified to will not bo received uu smsieanwmnnrKMtuMmftJBDaviiMUiasimmurrxJaimmim ILLINOIS CENTRAL11R -- TO CALIFORNIA VIA Well improved 15 acres of tirabor near church and Bchool 1800 Prico 1 136 acres on Duckcr Mill road G5 acres of bottom land 2 good houBCB 2 bams well watered 15 aoreb rMifTFWWM pr mrsEzaBM il timber lillili mimJWMumiHtucnMi Prico 500 cash 4 31100 1 litf GenlGarcias conduct seems to be a cause of considerable worry and bother in Cuba It is even intimat- Â¬ ed that he will refuse to recognize peace with Spain unless theCubans And themselves are recognized to free the since we are lighting Cubans it does look like his point is well taken a dispatch to the War Depart Â¬ ment Gen Shafter expresses the opinion that his troops fell victims to the fever more easily on account of the exhaustion due to a severe campain of twenty days and that fresh troops sent to Santiago now for garrison duty would suffer very little The ddeat of Bailey in the Democratic convention of Texas in his attempt to commit the party to a policy of opposing territorial ex- Â¬ pansion will probably end that young gentlemans career as the Democratic leader in the House Other candidates for Speaker will hasten to get on the popular side In Â¬ I 1 A great many of oilr naval officers who were promoted when the navy was enlarged in order to command tho auxiliary ships will be left with out commands when the vessels are returned to their owners Capt Sigsbee who commands the St Paul is one of the old officers left An attempt was in the same class made to get him jifjgned to the reiron to succeedCapt Clark but this place was givenfe Cant Bar- ker We note that the boys who start- Â¬ ed off wrong on the question of im V i CfJ 33 t perialism are beginningto hedge and are wiling to compromise on since the Western hemisphere TexaB and Missouri have taken a stand This position is about the proper thing We have no need for Asiatic territory except to use it to pay our war debts ind Spain has happily concluded to quit be Â¬ fore theo have reached a trouble some Miruro i Threo trnets of conl lands two of the mines partially developed or Los AiiroIm and San Francisco without chaniti Tho Limited also connects at New Vein of coal 5 foot thick finest quol Orleans daily with Kxpren Train for tho la ity One tract contains 000 acres clllo Const and on TutMnnys and Saturdays ono 175 acres ono 55 acres All iufter January iimwj with tj within b mile Illinois Central 11 It at Annex Will sail Horo bargains and on ensy nro fortunes for the terms of tho Soutlioru raolfie k MuHneolal thioiiRh righfnfcn gervico to San Pranclxcn Pat tiouara of Agents otthol O it KundconncctliiB lines For sale or exchange a good payB O IUtcii Wv Iam Appnt Cincinnati ing hotel at tho famous Dawson Jno A Scott DIv Pas Aiont Memphis year Springs Will sell at a bargain or need now is a A IInanponOlA W KollondAH V A oxchnngo for improved farming land Mr Editor all we LouIhvHIo Chicago well located few more good energetic men Men who will go to good farmers For sale a good first class hoard Â¬ ing house at Dawson Springs Will FIQHT work and help develop all of our REPORTED soil on easy terms or oxchnngo for natural resources We have the goad notes Tho ownors business finest tobacco and grass land in Between Kentuckians at Newport compols him to reside olsowhore the country We have timber wa JJO ncro ranch well improved near News Last Week ter and stone both lime and sand San Diego Cal Will oxchnngo for Our educational facilities have be Â¬ property in Christian county Ky pec-ial -RThey have been much come good Frankfort Ky Any William Robinson Agtr-improved for the last few years A party of Kentuckians just Mc returned here from Kewport News much to the credit of Miss Off ice -- Webber Street Daniel The country has plenty of tell of a lively scrimmage that took 3J Hopkinsvillc Ky churches and to consider all the place on Tuesday laal between we now have that we some of the First and Third regi Â¬ advantages did not have just a few years ago ment boys which was kept out of we have a very desirable part of the papers It is said that some of I C the country to live in There are the Legion boys attempted to cross no people on earth who enjoy health the Third regiment lines and were any more than we do We live long called down by a sentry Thoy re Â¬ by temperance turned to camp and securing sev Â¬ Vf8l9lSJl3B3fSifM We had the pleasure of meeting eral friends went back A light your townsman Mr J Vf Wicks followed and two Legion boyn were TIME TABLE- Â¬ one of them your active and business like depu stabbed with bayonets i ff ty collector and exchanging a few seriously NnnU No 172 No 002 Acom pleasant jokes with him He is a dally UIP dally Acom Hoptf Democrat dally dally genial good fellow and always wel- Â¬ The Ninth district Avill meet M Congressional convention 060 a in 210pm lyoVun v Ilopkliisvtllo him come here We have known 6 pill BUS a in JSpni rrliiuitnn Cynlhiana to morrow ahd will be Ar Henderson 7 OS p m Ar all his life and no man ever left nt huu p m The Harribon ArKvansvillo 1000 pm Ar Louisville Fi Fruit Hill who left any morefriends largely attended Â¬ 00 am 6N0 p in li countjonventiojflwatt held Satur- Arladuciih 820 ln K 18 ft ArMemphlii than he did Come again John in day jfuul the thirteen delegates Ar Now Orleans H 10 a w 7 15 pMl No m No Well in the fear of this short let- Â¬ The ArllopkltisvHie choEcn are not instructed dally Acom Acom ter finding its way to the waste contest will be a spirited one be Â¬ dly rv Kvansvillo 8l2n I will bring it to a close basket Kehoe it I VJienuornou ihw tween Kchoa and Sharp fi Yin lil 43 I HI ft 00 n m Irliiniitnn and let you hear from me at more infeaidwillget three votes from If ar- - AIv MOIKIU8Vllie tHWOIH luup HI 7 h p w Train No KM has through chair oav and nlccp Kxchanci length next tinie ten ron and Sharp probably ytrouhl vlrfrom Irincatoa to New Orlcanu yla Mem- PV tfMJiMWOPXjtlIopkinHvhlo A thinf of boety is a joy to tha fVhe entire vote of the county Xy t qnough tP nonut Kehoe he jut brlbrtakhifr Anawnljiiii AVW irAviiOUivnieMy IOoitok Kbntuckian As I have seen nothing for so long from this part of the county T thought 1 would send you a short communication Crops of all kinds are line all we can aslc Corn was never more promising Tobacco is somewhat mixed some tine and some only Wheat never was better medium Hogs are plentiful some few to sell They have all been picked up Milch cattle are very scarce Only a few sheep none to spare We have all that is promising at pre Â¬ sent for a good living for the next NEW ORLEANS In connection with tho Southern Iaclllo balauco in ono and 2 years at 6 per cent Tho best farm in tho neighborhood JBesidos these wo have other farms for sale apd will take pleasure in showing any of them to parties wish ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab stracts of title furnished all purehaB ors Now is tho time to buy real Â¬ Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping Car Leaving Cincinnati and Louisville on I O UfasfNcw Orleans Mniited train H GOMTSAOTORS AMD DEALERS IN muJwmsm irnirri estate EVERY THURSDAY Bull diss Materials mn nnwnnnui -- mm mumrmmmmitMtm Sunset Limited - -- 0f All Kinds hM CEMENT Â¬ JWiMIHI SLUMBER LliViE Give us a call when you need anything in our line Â¬ 4VDAGG- - RICHARDS aBHOPKIHSVILLE KY i n 4 ttinwiiBiOT iMHwwiMiwiti mmt I m w mwmm inaib i i wmmemumm mi m i n i i in we a hb p nas M RAIL EVANSVILLE fin ir 3ar TO - u MP CHIC MO -- AND RETURN VIA E SATURDAY II Q AUGUST- T HM R 2j3Sn898 f tfbur - 111 dayii for return pbbb TioUotg goodion all rogulur trnlna limited okwidtor City Ticket Agent hko except tlmt bj- dopoeit of tioliet with R E I No 182 Clark St ChicRgOj antlMiyinoiit of 100 HdditiepHl- nn 0 oxtoiiaion limit to Botfon diiys vilhbnmjAd FOK 111 n t FTjSjiWATION APDRWS TPirrpnTTia Gpn unaaiswoLP ifet ro Paw Agt EtrustIIIo 1yd Gaul Fuw At MVIUMVyiiiVBU -r n y tI a Mf i rJ BASEBALL SPECIAL fr -- THE BIRTH OF CHRIST Much Controversy Rogardlng tho BeginÂ¬ ning of tho Christian Era 4B8Ut Ap Cland 62 8 jjtt 63 Philadclplua vijftE Washington fruig 4 Now York 3 aVonJBEost 32 35 O YKSTKROAYS JAMBS The date of the birth of Christ tho beginning of tho Christian ern hna been a matter of controversy and even now may bo considered ns by no means settled for equally reputable and re- Â¬ liable authorities are arrayed on each side Some of the best scholors main- Â¬ tain that th6 birth of Christ occurred four yonrs before the timo at which it is supposed to have taken place and that consequently this tho present year is 1 902 instead of 1898 Ono of tho reasons for this belief is the fact that Luke mentions tho birWi of Christ occurring at tho timo when Ail gust us had ordered a general poll tax levied throughout tho empire tho evangelist adding that this occurred when Cyrenius was governor of Syria Tho allusion however is indefinite for although the date of tho edict is supposed to Ijo known there iB no cer tainty that itJ was carried out at tho same timo throughout the empire Cyrenius is supposed by some au thorititcs to have been twice governor of Syria the first timo for four years from B C 4 to tho year 1 of our era tho second timo assuming office in A D G The only census for taxing pur- Â¬ poses mentioned by historians at that time took place according to our pres- Â¬ ent chronology in A D 8 or 10 but to get round this difficulty the writers on the subject conjecture that the first census began B C 4 and that the sec Â¬ ond mentioned by secular historians was a completion or resumption of the first The whole subject however has no little uncertainty not to gay mystery about it for the Christian era did not came into use even among ecclesiastics until tho fashion was started by DionysiusExiguus a monk of Syria who began to use it about A D 527 It was introduced into Italy near tho close of that century and into France 100 years later It did not make its appeaxanco in England until A D G80 and the practiccrfif em- Â¬ ploying it in privato correspondence did not become general in Europe until the fifteenth century Considering the fact that with our lack of means of obtaining information as to the dates of events which occurred 500 years ago and the additionalfact that there is even now much dispute as to dates removcdby only a few centuries from our own it is not strange that there should bo Eome confusion with regard to tho beginning of the Chris- Â¬ tian era St Louis Globe Democrat Â¬ TimtiMilMIHiiMiimitflltlltM1ltMllnnntltniltllliriiifiititiinh7 h Vi CASTORIA 4fc- v uiiiiaXTCuuui fflW Cincinnati Boston PC 668 623 628 578 553 546 532 i473 392 371 f -- i ii m For Infants and Children fl b Cleveland CWjnto il - CASTORIA iiliiiHHPiffliiliiTrrirTTiiiic The Kind You Have TIT 9 War STiVrnToiViniinla Nwtr ttHtrg Qrflsulelphiti BfcltiiMgp- Brooklyn 53 52 53 50 43 36 35 38 42 44 44 48 5G tinft nr fw Always Bought Bears the Signature of AvegclablcPrcparattonfor As- Â¬ similating uwSTood audited ula ting llieSlomonhs nndBowcls of xf W Ne ws HERE is no need for the people of Bopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reÂ¬ Mutsvme WsCShingtonr fttV m 32 r Louis 2J 01 59 70 Promotes DigcstionCtacrful ncss flndlfestConMns neither OpiunTMorphinO iHj 293 norMncraL KOT NARCOTIC Jkcve efOldnrStWUZLEnrffllt E VfciiP SCHEDULE FOH TO pAY VPUilaaeiphia aiumcago t Boston at Cincinnati Washington VS Clevclandv at Jmfan Stti j4txStnnti ytnittSrnt J mrmint Jl Qutaruifa2a ffarmfctii -- s 1 c Â¬ r 1 JiAitkSJlt Phjliddphia Hopkinsvilie Produce market Cash prices paid merchnnts JBacou flmifitdStwnr Wbtyrrtn- - fTaren by Hopkiuaville Bams country Sliouldcrs Sides Lard Country Produco 45c 157c 67c 12i15c 7c 810c WormsConvulsionsFcvcrish ncss and Loss OP SLEEP Tac Simile Signature oC Apcrfcctucmcdy for Constipation Sour StomachDiorrhoca nJ m A yv The Kind You Have NEW YORK -- Always Bought i 9 liable wor news Butter gB Now feathers Beeswax Tallow Ginseng per lb Honey Tub washed wool Greased 2528c 1821c r tXACT COPrOF WRTPFER LlH - - 7i8o 26c 1818o j S2225 2c 1PM TORIA iufiy THE CtNTAUn COMPANY NCWVORKCITV The Daily K mkiumimil mn-t-a-n l-r-in-- s j Poultry Ychickons liveper BooBtors - ESTABLISHED IN 1852 L K MWMIBUMMMHMMiiaHHMHMMt1HMMM clozL50l80 2c S3 45o 65o 50c dram Glover per bushel Corn Wheat Corn shelled Livq stock Hogs Sheop v Cnltf b Calves LuiuJjb T Â¬ SAMUEL HODGSON Importer and Manufacturer of Service Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad 7 2G0300 S800825 3325 250350 i v j- L00425 G7c W12c 2535o 7Fc CURE FOR OBESITY Harmless Method That Has Been Practiced for Years I- - Hidealaud Furs Green hides Mjs crruon Marble Monuments aad--Grranite Dry flint Watermelons Biiiieu uiuuh iau Ploridu Vojjotables New potatoes por bushel Cabbago per head 3Bo 425 375 Plour Retail Patent per bbl Standard per bbl Hay - V l Cloyer por cwt Good Timothy Bran rotail Tomatoes Fancy pnrdozi Choice per dose 55o 7Cc v 12Jc 20c 10c V Young Cattle More Plentiful It is now more than two years since farmers began to realize that there was a marked shortage to beef cattle and make efforts to re stocky says the National Stockman Throughout 1896 and 1897 compara- Â¬ tively few calves were marketed Pastures were generally abundant beef cattle sold well and there was every inducement for farmers to in- Â¬ crease thcr production of beef In the Ohio Valley a good many year Â¬ lings were brought from Canada and some from Kentucky and Ten All of these influences nessee have tended within the past two years to replenish the beef stock on the farms but of course it has been impossible in so short a time to oyercoine the losses caused by yjars of depression and drought expect how Â¬ Ve may reasonably ever that farmers will have more cutlUs to market during the coming tw years than during the past halves are being bred and t Â¬ In the Maryland Medical Journal Cathell gives rules for tho reduction of obesity which have been successful in his practice for many years Over fatness is commonly due he says to one of tho following causes Congonitally Bmall lungs with a defective oxygenating capacity eating excessively of all kinds of food want of lung expanding exercise using alcoholic drinks to excess Many of tho drugs which have a known fat reducing power exert an injurious action on tho other tissues of the body and if used persistently lor any length of time or inellicicnt doses become dangerous to health While the various obseity cures arc so rigorous that few carry them out conscientiously the treatment of the author is very simple Tho patient has only to drink after each meal a glass of artificial Kiss ingen waterto be found at drug stores and soda water fountains and on the succeeding day a glass of artificial vichy water also half an hour after each meal This is to be continued week after week until tho patient comes down to a normal degree of stoutness and the wuters are then disÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ TLBLlliTS ETC Or iLXliSVJTIliJ TJSN1VBSSJ213 MR FM The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and every department of the paper is supplied with a WHITLOW of Hopkinsvillc Ky is my solicitor iaRAYSO ri p news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky i Â¬ 4G nU This famous Kentucky SUMMER RESOJIT is uow open for guests under 1 IraSeflff ft- - TfTi -- J IT - NEW MANAGEMENT prncticnl hoteltunn hos been solectod to direct affaira Special at tention given to tho cuisino Many improvements havo boon miulo iu tho hotel and surroundings Hotel rates reasonable A ploasaut timo in store A splendid baud of inusio in for you RooniB bright nndvoll ventilated uttondancu A Â¬ lnntiinliQii Dlilrr 212 S Alain iuiiuiuriuii uiu Tele 99 2 lf -- Daily delivered In thecity 10 Cis Per leek t RATES BY MAIL Daily One Month - Daily Three Months 35 lOO Grand Ball Every Friday Night During llic Season Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition i ADDRESS should keep a weekly record of his weight always using the same scales and wearing tho samo clothing and should also for his own satisfaction record his chest waist and hip measurements If tho loss in weight ex ceeds two pounds a weok the amount of each water should be mndo smaller and if the loss has not equaled two PnoiIMlvTOUB OF- pounds a week a few tablespoonful9 of lemon juico should bo added to each glass of Kisscngen water to increase its acidity and a teaspoon ful of aromatic spirits of ammonia to the GlarksMille vichy to increase its alkalinity The uiot should be light and contain only small amounts of fat starch sugar Wc Solicit he Patronage of All Who Have Tobacco To Sell and alcohol Moderate outdoor exer Free Storage to keptnc it takes only two to tvo cise should bo included in tho day anQnejjfiotf years for a calf to bu programme of Tho mode action of theso comeUtefThe yearlings are com- Â¬ taken in tho manner described watcn ing UmSf qifd there are more of clear but their efficiency is tooisnol J C KI3NDIUCK Sam sman well them now thariffor several years iftjjriMIUttMlVMW established to admit of doubt Â¬ continued While taking the waters the person 400 yr 200 KENDRICK -- RUNYON The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive typo and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained Â¬ G entral Tobacco Ytfarehouse Tunssee SUlcrs Cash AdvanceR Made on Consignments WG i i i 5 Subscribe Now And Get The News MBIMMMaMlMMnMMUMyiMaMMBMMHIMMiHaMMtMMIPMMM Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office in the Ken Â¬ r i Spams reply vvas received at Washington last nighkbut was not v made public uUhe lornmg papers xPronVMndrul it is WporWihthatthe Jbr will have to be called tc itthr jupt as ournate wuHhave tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 V Spanish Pleasantry Wheeler WHFaxon At the patriotic bull fight in Seville Address held recently each bull bore tho name of somo American minister which ncjdcd a spice to tho slaughter Kven when tho biggest got his horns robacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants Grain Dealers to be couveual to approve thefnJ entangled in a horses inside and WJ S UirbShim ovcr his hed tho pepplo FIr Proof WarelioiiHc con RosBKLLvitLB and b r bts lWjipplaul as usual Thoy could MMiuafter reIort ten death flopkinsvillc Ky cvon a four footed McKin- eantingo Sunday of vljlclf five r 4 iJll I it IJ y uum ywiiuw icYur Literal Advaww oa Ottijrtjumeuta All Tctauwo 4ut as tiovered by InHurenoe Wheeler Mill Co u las w noacni wrfiT - i y V J MDI VK njrMi Dnri HOPKINSVILLE i i Publisher j KY i iir-- rWTI V y mi i IIW SSiflfllliWTi MMuaeMtiWinMR a Cb mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmasmmmmm e III Per Pehj was Sags UtcK Tl ter c lievc tank thor Oi llVC- Iric the T win Lor llUlf ticii 1 si si lCMll old Loi Sps fro Fr ecl air ch af th Sp dc a Ch Hi th th ei v of nv hi L in C A d O i a li c r t H c 1 i V I b6A4i Ilopkinsville v Carlo Bkkxm that evenirig He had days aesskm WHERE THEY TEACH COLORED INSTITUTE Bluff Spring No GO Mrs Hat secured the saloon which was a The following was the fewiaoon new building- and the biggest in tic Robinson Haleys Mill program mn HI the camp W Hardy No 67 Wt H Cornelius xiiecniiaits iJCMwie va wnen tr Well to make the story Bhort Sinking Fork lie enters school iVF H The White Teachers of the Atkinson No 08 John Y Yar One of tiie Best known Merit in he charged an admittance fee of The Christian County Teachers JjLi His ihvlromncnts7T II yMMpbougii Red Hill 250 and hehad the hall fairly Hie County JHff County Located Hold IjHis views of punishment Mfl Weeks Meeting packed I suppoaethcre were fully Roberts No 09 Miss Emma Mrs Catulis Xa tMHR 1 wa 800 persons theje They heard the Stephenson Empire C J Jok mnk Mental activity Herndon No 71 J W Rascpe A Victim of Malarial Fever at His story of Deweys success read from General Discussion Mr tepkm- vi A of Schools to he Opened Next m List fl A an improvised platform in one end Large Attendance nnd n Good Hcrndon Steely P Moore E Pot- Home Near Beverly Aged of the building Not one of them HWest Month With Address of f Laytonsville No 72--Meeting Despite the In Â¬ ton J E Uowser C C Monro complained that he jiad nolgot the Laytonsvillc Seventy One Years t Recess Teachers t clement Weather worth of his money The enthusi Â¬ Concord No 73 Miss Margery Music Institute asm was immense Berry Ilopkinsville Life Uhd habits of the teacher Nora Black Jack No 74 M E Poston V Esn Montgomery D- - Davidied The following lint of county teach- Â¬ Williamson Cerulean TO DAYS MARKET REPORT - The Christian County Institute Motives sincerity trtrhis home near- Beverly- - this ers furnished by Miss McDaniel VJ Garrettsburg No 75 Mrs Fan- Â¬ Corrected Dully lly lln JUwIlim lliuikcr met at the public sclidpl building Kittle KmcWkfiL morning at an early hour of ma is coirect Numbers omitted are nie Allen Garrettsburg Aug 8th at 8 oclock a in ami Itrolcer HopklimvlUn lly J II LapfcuiV Personal habits larial fever still vacant The district includ Â¬ Bell No 70 Miss Adda Drum The institute furnished music Duties as to dress J E Vaughn is not included in field His death removes one of the ablest ing Ilopkinsville with Miss Rosa Morgan as organ Â¬ Bell Chimin lUorkct His relation to the district Names of Schools dis Â¬ and most prominent men in- the the list Beverly No 78 John Sollce county Opff Higt Closing ist Rev E Williams conducted of and one Who has left his CaslAVheaf Mrs Rosa Allen trict numbers and addresses Beverly 70X devotional exercises At this hour Mis Louise M impress upon the history of his Sept teachers are given 0G GG Welcome by Peter Boyd Longview No 79 U L Clardy Wheat 0GX Clay the4 noted singer wh5 is in the State Long No 1 R M Ray Crofton Longview G5 G5 Dec Wheat 05 Response by Pleasant Moore city rendered that patriotic M D Davie was born in Christ- Â¬ Kelly No 2 R A Cook Kelly 33 33 33 Sept Corn Salubria No 81 Miss Margaret ian county August 10 1827 The following names were then Marching Through Georgia air vrr 1 3 M A Brown and Dec Corn Macedonia No 33 33 33 placed in nomination for thcriffice of Wilson Pembroke Uni- Â¬ of Maj Ambrose and Debate Resolved that the was a son Crofton 20 21 20 Sept Oats secretary D W Pettus MarV ted States Park Springs No 83 Miss Pearl Elizabeth Woodson Davie His Sept Pork 8 85 territory should Plcsteant Grove No 4 W W Jenkins Kirkmansville 8 85 885 Alien and John E Ilowser Mr be increased by annexation father was a native of North Caro Sept Lard 5 20 Tcague Crofton 5 22 5 22 Macedonia No 84 Geo P Cra Pettus was elected For assistant lina of English descent and his Sept Ribs 5 70 Affirmative No 5 Lillie R Ray Johnsons v 5 77 5 77 nor Macedonia secretary Misses Ella Boyd Car Â¬ G great grandfather Olive Wm Davie Mrs Consolation No P Moore Negative E Poston rie Ralcliff and Mamie E White Lundcrman No 85 J M Bur Â¬ came to calls G7 Adjourned for dinner America sliorty before the Sept wheat puts G5 M Rogers Era Miss Boyd was elected nett Pembroke Now Vorkstickn nnd Cotton East No 7 Miss Minnie Bra- Â¬ Edwards Mill No 8G Miss No- Â¬ revolution Wm Dayie his son r 3 Opg Higt Closing Addresses were made by Miss vvni wiieys nouse and grandson were ah soldiers of sher Larkin Kate McDaniel Prof C C Monroe ra Greer Ilopkinsville 1 28 I 29 1 28 Davie was a Am Tob Mr Will A Wiley is building a the revolution No 8 Miss Georgia Cannon Rev E Williams A C Banks and Ritter No 87 Miss Nettie Ed Â¬ major in the warMai 1 00 1 03tf 1 02 brick vcueored dwelling house on In 1819 Chicago Gas Fruivllopkinsville 0812 munds Ilopkinsville 13 12 12tf Attorney J T Whitney East Seventh street on the lot ra No Pleasant Green 9Miss West Seminary No 88 Miss El he came to this county and settled C B N Q M 55 1 55 1 55 Afternoon cently bought from Mr Brown near Beverly in 1823 on the farm L Leila Diuguid Ilopkinsville la Griffin Kirkmansville 1 07j 1 0G Afterthe institute rendered two The fotnidation has been laid where the subject of this sketch Manhattan 1 07 Pembroke No 11 Misses Jennie Ralston No 90 Miss Katie died 1 39 lfj39 Sugar I 37 pieces of music the roll was called In his time he was one of the West and Maggie Brown Pem- Â¬ Townes Ilopkinsville 27 27 20 A large number of teachers respond- Â¬ leading men of the county and was Coal Iron broke Barkers Mill No 91 Miss Ella universally respected He was OhlcnpoltecelptB Today ed to their names 13 Miss Maud Pisgah No Shadoin Ilopkinsville 399 Cars Wheat Prof Monroe then took up the sheriff from 1832 tol83f Hisdeath Blaine Sinking Fork 977 Cars institute work Corn Hv jr occurred February 22 1803 Subject West No 14 Miss Carrie M Mind f Remember the name PERSONAL GOSSIP 437 Cars the Basis of Institute Work Montgomery D Davieift was the Oats Crofton Brasher The 13000 discussion was one of the ablest W He at- Â¬ Hogs younger of two children Foard No 1G Miss Ilcttie R when you buy rj i r jp- Judge II C McGehce of Gracey tended school in this county until Cattle 4000 Head and was interspersed by songs by r Knight Church Hill Hog fllurltet the institute and short recesses sixteen and then went to Yale Sunny Slope No 17 Miss Lizzie is in the city Mr J W Yancy spent yesterday College After one year at Yale he nogs To day Smithson Pec Dee 13000 after which the committee on pro- Â¬ went to Princeton from which he Light Bennettstown No 19 Miss Min- Â¬ m Paducah 400 gramme reported The following reporters to the in 1848 He first em Â¬ Mixed nie Stevenson Benneltstown 405 Mrs II D Wallace has returned graduated city papers were appointed The in Rough barked in the milling business Hays Chapel No 20 Miss Edwin from a visit to Clarksville 380 Clarksville Tenn with his brother Heavy Elliott Ilopkinsville 407 Kkntuckian Jno E Ilowser The Mrs M G Rust has returned New Era Peter Boyd The Major Mrs Jiminie from near Provodence Tenn McKinney No 2 Winston J Davie He lost heavily S R Driver The Messenger J E in this venture when the war broke Jenkins Kirkmansville CONCERT LAST NIGHT Mr J C Whiteof Jullenwas here Vjnughn out and soon afterwards returned Major No 23 Miss Maggie on business this morningcounty and turned his at Colored People Have a Swell Mu The institute is being well attend- Â¬ to this Tucker Ilopkinsville Mr T C Hanberry returned to Â¬ tention to farming which he made ed The prospect for a profitable Empire No 24 J W Morgan v sical Recital day from a business trip to Cadiz his life work and interesting weeks work is Empire Mrs Ray Moss and children of most promising Mitchell No 25 Miss Florence Esq Dayiewas married Septem I Miss M Louise Clay the colored Clinton are visiting Mrs M G ber 12 1850 toMjss Cornelia Leav- To Days Sessions Bninbridge llailc For Infants and Children singer gave a concert at the C M Oak Ridge No2G OrvillcGoode Rust ell to which union were born MCisic institute The Kind You Have Always Bought E7 church last night that was Ilopkinsville Mr W S Elgin has returned eleven children viz Rev John Moore concert con- Devotion Fruit Hill No 27 W E Gray from a business trip to Trigg Lewis L Irving Ambrose M largely attended The Music sisted of fifteen numbers as follows Crofton county E Snecd Winston J Cornelia Eu Â¬ f Reading of the minutes of Mon- - Signature of 1 Invocation Rev J M Mitch- Â¬ Davis No 28 Mrs Maude Pur Most of his tKi Rev W L Pay Ion has gone to genia and Maude ell cell Pon Dawson Springs td spcid a few children arc still livingj and are 2 Quartet Trilby Club Lafayette No 29 13 M Mnr days resisting in Kentucky Arkansas 3 Solo Finis Washington phey and Miss Nettie Hord Lafay Â¬ Mr Ben Thompson of Louis- Â¬ and Florida 4 LISstclla Miss M Louise ette Esq Davie was long a justice of is visiting relatives and ville Clay Perry No 30 MissCarrieWood friends here the peace and during the time he 5 Warbling John Buckncr Pembroke lived in Tennessee was a member 0 Solo Miss Berdic Bronaugh Messrs Howard Richards and of the Walker No 31 MissKateClark He was thej Legislature 7 Geo E Randle were in Cadiz yes Ecstacy Miss MLouiseClay Pon hrst Grand Master of the State 8 Dramatic Recital Miss Mat terday on business Cox No 32 B E Thorn Ceru grange oi iventucKy wnen it was a tie J Ransom Mrs Dr E II Putman of St nourishing body and attained wide lean Francis Ark is the guest of the distinction as a leader in the Farm Â¬ 9V Solo W M Norman Willie V Fears No 10 No Tongue Can Tell Miss family of Dr J B Jackson Townes Ilopkinsville A life long Demo- Â¬ ers Alliance Miss Love Thomas of Little crat he went jnto the Populist par- Â¬ M Louise Clay Carroll No 3G MissOra Barrow Ill Solo W M Norman Rock Ark is visiting Mrs D C ty as one of its principal leaders in Fairview y 12 Solo Miss L R II Scruggs Ml Era No 38 Miss Emma Settle near the city the State but in 1896 returned to 13 Bass Solo Moses White Leigh Price Sinking- Fork Mr A S White was in Cadiz the Democratic party and had Parker No 39 Leo 10 Price yesterday interviewing the Trigg since affiliated with his former po- Â¬ 14 Gaily Chant the Humming Bird3 Miss Clay Empire county farmers concerning ferti- Â¬ litical associates 15 Quartet Trilby Club Castlebcrry No 40 John Keith lizer Esq Davie was a man of strong Empire Mrs V C Clark widow of the character and wielded a great in- Â¬ GUTHRIE FAIR Haddock No 41 Miss Lelia late Judge V C Clark of Crofton fluence not only in his county but Hiser Ilopkinsville has sold Jier household effects and throughout the State FOR THIS WEEK Fuller No 42 Mrs Mattie Doss will move with her family from that His funeral services will be held The directors of the Guthrie Fair Association met at the bank of Sinking Fork place to Madisonville Ky to live tomorrow afternoon and his remains Guthrie Tuesday and decided upon Poplar Grove No 43 Mrs Dol will sleep with those of his ances- Â¬ AND THERE 19 to 22 as the date for the HERE lie Manire Haleys Mill tors in the family burying ground Oct opening of their fair grounds and Dogwood Chapel No 44 Jas t Miss Eva Adler Aged 48 drown Â¬ on tne uavie Homestead near race course Willow calf hand sewed 500 shoes for M Calvin Pon 399 Beverly ed herself in Shelby county Guthrie has the only mile track Q Bakers Mil No 45 Paul Keith Buy your tomatoes from W R in Southern Kentucky and her Vici kid all silk top hand sewed 500 shoes for Crofton PATRIOTISM AT DAWSON 399 Brumfield 50c per bushel railroad facilities are such that we 4G Miss Lizzie Owen Owen No easy of egress and ingress to Wm Hepke was killed in Louis- Â¬ A Vici kid silk vesting top hand sewed 400 shoes Sinking Fork for 299 Han Hakes 2000 by Reaelng are the outside world Add to the ville by a railroad accident JJantrip No 48 R T Holland the News from Hanila above fact that 5000 in purses Vici kid kid top hand sewed 400 shoes for I Clardy Just received a full line of fresh - 350 and premiums will be offered as an Johnson No 49 T li Walker groceries at Brumficlds According to Herbert Buchanan inducement to attract horsemen Vici kid silk vest top hand sewed 350 Bninbridge Fine fresh pasture near town shoes for 299 who has just returned to Helena and it will at once be seen that our RosejNo 50 Henry J Miller S II Clacoktt Mont from Dawson City patriot- Â¬ approaching fair will be second to Vici kid kid top hand sewed 350 shoes Ilopkinsville for Roasting cars 5c per dozen at ism is not confined to the 299 States I none iu the State Cut rates will Bald Knob No 51 J L Manire Brumfield8 well remember he goes on how be secured on all railroads and am- Â¬ Haleys Mil I Lizzie Joiner a colored girl 23 the news of Deweys victory was ple preparations will be made to Croft No 52 Miss Amanda Tay Â¬ years old died at New stead Sunday received The news was brought accommodate the large crowd that lor Crofton of fever in by an enterprising Guthrie Courier ellow whd is expected Crofton No 53 Misses Gertrude Tate proceeded to make capital out of it The household goods of the Keith and Emma Courtney Crof Â¬ Will Return to Hopklnsvllle Dr D J Gisli are behur sold at No one objected for you dont ex- Â¬ ton pect to get anything in the Klon- Â¬ Mr John A Waller left this Gracey No 54 Miss Mary Mc public auction to day dike without paying well for it morning tor ilopkinsville says J U Culloch Gracey The Wednesday Literary Club V This fellow with an eye to the Mondays Madisonville Hustler Mt Carmel No 5-7- K C Hop held a business meeting this morn ing with Mrs Meacham on South main chance that did credit to his Where he goes to accept a lucrative son Bainbridge mnircm rt Richards anticipated position with Dagg Main The program waB submit x ankec shrewdness Iron Hill No 59 MIhb Florence A INI J HIJNVU tcdfor the year beginning the first there would be a dearth of war He has been a citizen of Madison Â¬ Buchanan Hopkins ville news in DawHon and by a special ville for several years wheres he Boyd No GO Miss olie Ulythe Wednesday in September JL eirort reached the camp before any has been in the Racket Store Ife v Kelly HJpT one else had brought in the report is so well and favorably known to For Rent Adams No 01 Miss Doyle An Â¬ Two story brick residence 911 01 tne uattle otManila He brought the people of this city and the peo derson Ilopkinsville West 7th street Apply to rfy withhima SanVPrancisco paper ple of the country that we feel that McKnight No 02 Mrs Nannie John Youno which contained i full account of he needs no endorsement from us R Keith Km p i re He is noted for his morality his in- Â¬ the great Jight Remembr tlhe flalne Morelundt No 03 Miss Helen As noon as he arrived this en Â¬ dustry and his honesty There Js Place to get your fine Merchant terprising fellow gave out Wood no doubt that he will do well in his that Tailoring inhy FoWright Pants 1lfrH llfl I hnan n Mfc Jioiir No 64Miss Bcrt Ie carries with itfn KcWit ne w enterprise raaae lor and SuitsJil4 sF7 njKfer Kelly Jj fought and HdverUsed that Uie ira the very tyegt wishes of every 9mWi Yet7th htrtwt Opoit N0 Hews woulU bVraad 1 tb Monte tUimjlfWH MC J w JtrHpmcc HHur mr t CI an ah an esqmddayiedad - v - - t i - - I I Vtf I I 1 x J 9 fKatUeAiJ I PLUGW i - CASTOR A Â¬ cm d Special r IN- Prices - ens Tan Shoes Broken Lots of Tan Shoes at 150 2 and 250 Mi m bim FOR MEi J- - PETREf SCO wwwm AAvi Qy I t ifm IV J mtSui B2iEHH V 1 A X -- 4 - - - in iiimimi ilMii r t i II rr- - it -- - njj M t M mmmsatoammummBssmKamstei v ff- i IV c Pfil yn ill tor lie tin th liv Or 11 tin vl L mi tn SI lo ol j Si fr F e a c u tl S d a C t t t e V 0 n 1 b r f I l f that evening He had Clanahan Hopklnavlllc ESQMDDAVIED6AD Carlo salooji saloon which was a COLORED INSTITUTE secured the WHERE THEY TEACH Bluff SprinB No GO Mra uav program new building and the biggest hi tic Robinson Haley1 Mill t Thelchilds knowledge When the tamp Hardy No 67 Wt II Cornelius story short he enters school Well to make the JF u Jr MRS i Sinking Fork One of the Best Known Minin he charged an admittance fee of The Cliristiiti County Teachers His irivIronmcntsT II The White Teachers of the Atkinson No G8 4ohn Y Yar lyjlls views of punishment IfirU W 250 and he had the haU fairly Hold a Weeks Meeting the County bough Kcd Mil Mrs Caudis Ka ffffllr County Located packed I supposetticre Were fully Roberts No 69 Miss Emma C J Joul SMri Mffnlal netivltv 800 persons theje They heard the Stephenson Empire t GeriWir Discussion read from tt i ist 71 -T IV Rihcoe A Victim of Malarial Fever at Tils story of Dowels successin one end Large Attendance and a Oobd Slcdre iAr Moore B Hrir i r j riuruuuu iiu Po- an improvised platform i u wiiwij jm lisl Ilerndon Â¬ Not one of them of the building Meeting Despite the In loiii J Hpyser C C MOnrot hJ Home Near Beverly Aged Laytonsville No 72 H HWest Honth With Address of Recess complained that he Jind not got the clement Weather Seventy One Years Laytonsville Music Institute worth of his money The enthusi Â¬ ffi Tcnchcrs Concord No 73 Miss Margery asm Was immense Life ahd habits of he teacher Berry Ilopkinsville E Postoa Black Jack No 74 MPs Nora - The Christian Cpunty Institute Motives sincerity TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Dayjtoclied ISbcJ- Montgomery Dof county tcach Williamson Cerulean vw The following list afhis home near Bevcrl thife Corrected Dully Hy Iib Iliuvllm llitnkrr met at the public school building Kitlic Kincfflki McDaniel Â¬ crftC fiirnlsliud by Miss Garrettsburg No 75 Mrs Fan- morning at an early hour of ma Â¬ Aug 8th at 8 oclock a m Persiinal habits JIL LapffU mid llroker llopktimvlllo Ky Numbers omitted arc nie Allen Garrettsburg is coirCct larial fever The institute furnisliell music TJulies as to dress J E Vaughn Â¬ still vacant The district includ Bell No 76 Miss Adda Brum- - His death removes one of the ablest with Miss Rosa Morgan as orgnn ClilniRci JUurkot His relation to the district is not included in field Bell ing jlldpkinsville and most prominent men ui the Closing ist Rev K Williams conducted I Opg Higt Mrs Rosa Allen of Schools dis Â¬ Names the aist Beverly No 78 John Sollec county and one who has left his 70X devotional exercises of Cash Wheat At this hour Miss Louise M trict numbers and addresses Beverly Welcome by Peter Boyd 66 impress upon the history of hjs Sept Wheat 66X 66 Clay flie noted singer who is in the teachers aregiven Longview No 79 U L Clardy State Response by Pleasant Moore 65 65J 65U Dec Wheat city relidered that patriotic air t Long No 1 R M Ray Crofton Longview M D Davie was born in Christ- Â¬ Sept Corn 33 The following names were then Marching Thr6ugh Georgia 33 33 A Cook Kelly 81 Margaret Miss Kelly No Salubria No placed in nomination for theoffice of Debate Resolved thatthcUni- 33 ian county August 16 1827J and DecCorn 33 33 Macedonia No 3 M A Brown Wilson Pembroke was a son of Maj Ambrose and Sept Oats secretary D W Pelttis Mary ted States territory should 20 21 20 Crofton Park Springs No 83 Miss Pearl Elizabeth Woodson Davie llis Sept Pork 8 85 8 85 Allen and John E Howser Mr 8U85 V W 4 be increased by annexation Pleasant Grove No Jenkins Kirkmansville father was a native of North Caro- Â¬ Sept Lard 5 20 5 22 5 22 Pettus was elected For assistant Affirmative Cra Tcague Crofton Macedonia No 84 Geo secretary Misses Ella Boyd Car- Â¬ P Moore Negative E Poston lina of English descent and his Sept Ribs 5 70 5 77 5 77 5 Lillic R Ray Johnsons nor Macedonia No Wm Davie great grandfather rie Ratclifr and Mamie E White calls 67 puts 65 Adjourned for dinner i Consolation No 6 Mrs Olive Lundcrman No 85 J M Bur Â¬ came to America shorty before the Sept wheat Miss Boyd was elected tV A VorkStockH nm Cotton New M Rogers Era nett Pembroke Wm Dayie his son Will Wileys House revolution Addresses were made by Miss I Opg Higt I Closing East No 7 Miss Minnie Bra Â¬ Edwards Mill No 86 Miss No- Â¬ and irrnndson were all soldiers of C C Monroe 1 28tf KatcMcDahicl Prof I 29 Mr Will A Wiley is building a Am Tob 1 28 sher Larkin ra Greer Ilopkinsville Rev E Williams A C Banks and brick veneered dwelling house on the revolution Maj Davie was a Chicago Gas 1 003 1 03 1 02 No 8 Miss Georgia Cannon Rittcr No 87 Miss Nettie Ed Â¬ major in the war of 1812 In 1819 1 12tf Attorney J T Whitney QEast Seventh street on the lot re- Â¬ 1 12tf 1 13 Fruitllopkinsville CB munds Ilopkinsville he came to this county and settled Afternoon 9 Miss 55 cently bought from Mr Brown 55 No 55 N Pleasant Green West Seminary No 88 Miss El- Â¬ near Beverly in 1823 on the farm L 1 06 1 07 The fbuifdation has been laid After the institute rendered two Manhattan 1 07 Leila Diuguid Ilopkinsville la Griffin Kirkmansville where the subject of this sketch 1 37 1 39 1C39 pieces of music the roll was called 90 Mips Katie Pembroke No 11 Misses Jennie Sugar Ralston No died In his time he was one of thtf 27 27 26tf A large number oftcachers respond- Â¬ Iron Coal West and Maggie Brown Pem Â¬ Townes Ilopkinsville leading men of the county and was To day ed to their names OhlcnRoICecelpIs broke Barkers Mill No 91 Miss bint universally respected He was Maud 13 Miss 399 Cars Prof Monroe then took up the Pisgah No Shadoin Ilopkinsville sheriff from 1832 to 1836 His death Wheat Mind Remember the name Blaine Sinking Fork Corn J7 cars institute work Subject occurred February 22 1863 437 Cars the Basis of Institute Work The West No 14 Miss Carrie M PERSONAL GOSSIP Montgomery D DavieJ was the Oats 13000 discussion was one of the ablest when you buy m- Brasher Crofton vHe at- Â¬ Hogs younger of two children 10 Miss Ilcttie R was interspersed by songs by 4000 Head and Foard No Judge H C McGehee of Gracey tended school in this county until Cattle again the institute and short recesses Knight Church Hill Hok Murlcot sixteen and then went to Yale Lizzie iB in the city Â¬ Sunny Slope No 17 Miss 13000 lifter which the committee on pro Mr J W Yancy spent yesterday College After one year at Yale he Hogs To day Smithson Pee Dee 400 gramme reported went to Princeton from which he Light The following reporters to the Bennettstown No 19 Miss Min- Â¬ in Paducah 405 He first em Mixed 1848 Mrs II D Wallace has returned graduated in Bennettstown city papers were appointed The nie Stevenson 380 barked in the milling business in Rough HaysChapel No 20 Miss Edwin from a visit to Clarksville 407 Kicntuckian Jno E Howser The Clarksville Tenn With his brother Heavy New Era Peter Boyd The Major Elliott Ilopkinsville Mrs M G Rust has returned Winston J Davie He lost heavily McKinney No JJ1 Mrs Jimmie from near Provodcnce Tenn S R Driver The Messenger J 10 CONCERT LAST NIGHT in this venture when the war broke Vaughn Jenkins Kirkmansville Mr J C Whiteof Jullcnwas here out and soon afterwards returned No 23 Miss Maggie on business this morning Major The institute is being well attend t to this county and turned his at- - Colored People Have a Swell Mu- cd The prospect for a profitable Tucker Ilopkinsville to Â¬ Mr T C Hanberry returned to farming which he made tention slcal Recital Empire No 24 J W Morgan and interesting weeks work is day from a business trip to Cadiz his life work I most promising Empire Esq Dayicvas married Septem Mrs Ray Moss and children of colored Miss M Louise Clay the Mitchell No 25 Miss Florence To Days Sessions For Infants and Children Clinton are visiting Mrs M G ber 12 1850 Stoiss Cornelia Lcav singer gave a concert at the C M Bainbridge TIaile Institute The Kind You Have Always Bought Music p which union were born ell E church last night that was Devotion Oak Ridge No 26 OrvilleGoode Rust Rev John Moore viz Mr W S Elgin has returned eleven children largely attended The concert con- Â¬ Boars tho Ilopkinsville Music Lewis L Irving Ambrose Mf sisted of fifteen numbers as follows business trip to Trigg Signature of Fruit Hill No 27 W K Gray from a Reading of the minutes of Mon- E Sneed Winston J Cornelia Eu Â¬ county 1 Invocation Rev J M Mitch Crofton v Most of his Maude ell Davis No 28 MisMaude Pur Rev W L Paylon has gone to genia and are still living arid are 2 QuartetTrilby Club i to speifd a few children celt Pon Dawson Springs -resisting in Kentucky1 Arkansas 3 Solo Finis Washington IS M Mnr days Lafayette No 20 and Florida 4 LEstella Miss M Louise phey and Miss Nettie Ilord Lafay Â¬ Mr Ben Thompson of Louis- Â¬ Esq Davie was long a justice of Clay ette is visiting relatives and ville the peace and during the tunc he 5 Warbling John Buckner No 30 MissCarricAVood friends here Perry lived in Tennessee was a memben 6 Solo Miss Berdic Bronaugh Pembroke Messrs Howard Richards and of the Legislature He was thej 7 Ecstacy Miss MLouise Clay Walker No 31 Miss Kate Clark Gfco E Randle were in Cadiz yes first Grand Master of the State 8 Dramatic Recital Miss Mat Pon terday on business Grange of Kentucky when it was a tic J Ransom Â¬ Cox No 32 B E Thorn Ceru Mrs Dr E H Putman of St flourishing body and attained wide 9 Solo W M Norman lean is the guest of the distinction as a leader in the Farm- Â¬ 10 33 Miss Willie V Francis Ark No Tongue Can Tell Miss Fears No A life long Demo- Â¬ family of Dr J B Jackson ers Alliance M Xouise Clay Townes Ilopkinsville Miss Love Thomas of Little crat he went into the Populist par- Â¬ 11 Solo W M Norman I3ST Carroll No 3G MissOra Barrow Rock Ark is visiting Mrs D C ty as one of its principal leaders in Solo Miss L R II Scruggs 12 Fairview the city the State but in 1896 returned to 13 Bass Solo Moses White Mt Era No 38 Miss Emma Settle near Mr A S White was in Cadiz the Democratic party and had 14 Gaily Chant the Humming Leigh Price Sinking Fork yesterday interviewing the Trigg since affiliated with his former po- Â¬ Bird3 Miss Clay Parker No 39 Leo E Price county farmers concerning lerti- - litical associates 15 Quartet Trilby Club Empire Esq Davie was a man of strong Castleberry No 40 John Keith lizer great in GUTHRIE FAIR Empire Mrs V C Clark widow of the character and wielded a county but Lelia late Judge V C Clark of Crofton fluence not only in his 41 Miss Haddock No FOR THIS WEEK Iliser ilopkinsville has sold Jier household effects and throughout the State The directors of the Guthrie Fair His funeral services will be held Association met at the bank of Fuller No 42 Mrs Mattie Doss will move with hec family from that Sinking Fork place lo Madisonville Ky to live tomorrow afternoon and his remainsÂ¬ Guthrie Tuesday and decided upon will sleep with those of his ances- Oct 19 to 22 as the date for the Poplar Grove No 43 Mrs Dol HERE AND THERE tors in the family burying ground opening of their fair grounds and C IV lie Mauirc Haleys Mill on the Davie Homestead near race course 44 Jas Willow calf hand sewed 500 shoes for 399 Dogwood Chapel No Miss Eva Adler Aged 48 drown Â¬ Beverly M Calvin Pon Guthrie has the only mile track county ed herself in Shelby Vici kid all silk top hand sewed 500 shoes for 399 in Southern Kentucky and her DBakcrs Mill No 45 Paul Keith Buv vour tomatoes from W R PATRIOTISM AT DAWSON such that we Crofton railroad facilities are Brumlield 50c per bushel Vici kid silk vesting top hand sewed 400 shoes for 299 Owen No 4G Miss Lizzie Owen are easy of egress and ingress to Win Hepkc was killed in Louis- Â¬ A Han Hakes 2000 by Rcaelng Sinking Fork the outside world Add to the Vici kid kid top hand sewed 400 shoes for JJantrip No 48 R T Holland ville by a railroad accident 350 the News from flaniln above fact that 5000 in purses Just received a full line of fresh will be offered as an Clardy andpremiums Vici kid silk vest top hand sewed 350 shoes for 299 Johnson No 49 T 11 Walker groceries at Brumlields to Herbert Buchanan inducement to attract horsemen According our pasture near town Bainbridge Fine fresh who has just returned to Helena and it will at once be seen that to S II Clawktt Vici kid kid top hand sewed 350 shoes for KoscNo 50 Henry J Miller 299 Mont from Dawson City patriot Â¬ approaching fair will be second Hopkinayille 5c per dozen at ism is not confined to the States I none in the State Cut rates will Roasting ears Â¬ Bald Knob No 51 J L Manire BrumlieldH how be secured on all railroads and amwell remember he goes on Mill to Haleys Lizzie Joiner a colored girl 23 the news of Deweys victory Was ple preparations will be made Croft No 52 Miss Amanda Tay Â¬ years olddied at Ncwstead Sunday received The news was brought accommodate the large crowd that lor Crofton Guthrie Courier in by an enterprising Jellow who is expected of fever Crofton No 53 Misses Gertrude household goods of the Tate proceeded to make capital out of it Will Return to Hopklnsvllle Keith and Emma Courtney Crof Â¬ The Dr D J Gish are being sold at No one objected for you dont ex- Â¬ ton Waller left this Mr John pect to get anything in the Klon- Â¬ auction to day Gracey No 544MiHS Mary Mc public morning for Ilopkinsville says dike without paying well for it The Wednesday Literary Club Culloch Gracey Vr This fellow with an eye to the Mondays Madisonville Hustler Â¬ Mt Carmel No57 h C Hop held a business meeting this morn main chance that did credit to his Vhere he goes to accept a lucrative nin ir n on South ing with Mrs Meacham Ss Bainbridge son Richards A NH anticipated position with Dagg Yankee shrewdness Iron Hill No 59 Mms Florence Main The program was submit there would be a dearth of war He has been a citizen of Madisontedfor the year beginning the first news in Dawson and by a special ville for several yearn wheret he Buchanan nopkiuHville 7 Hc Boyd No 0 Miss OHJie Wythe Wednesday in September effort reached the camp before any has been in the Racket Store jj known to Kelly one else had brought in the report is so well and favorably For Rent Adams No 61 Miss Doyle An He brought the people of this city and the peo Â¬ of the battle of Manila Two story brick residence gn derson Ilopkinsville with him a SjuTPrancisco paper ple of the country that we feel that WoHt 7th street Apply to O John Youno which contained a full account of he needs no endorsement from us McKnight No 62 Mr Nannie He is noted for his morality his in Â¬ the great light K Keith Empire the flalnc Remember There Is Aa How as h arrived this en Â¬ dustry and his honesty Moreland No 63Misa Helen Place to get your fine Merchant terprising fellow gave put that no doubt that he will do wcl in hjs Wood rPnllnrimr iu sr Ttolvrlirht 7 - Pi o Pnilt there had been a great battle new enterprise He carries with Vtu Mt Zoar No 64 MIbh Bert tyeat winheo pt every him the and HiKer Kelly Wet7th Rtfucti opposite fofrWwould adverted tUthat the VWtJBVtry wjlshhcc Monte new btrefid la Cayy No H WfffMjl1 WHW v Mub 7 THMT1 days --t GX session The following wan the brtqoon iU 7 yyl -i m - v 2R -- I Mf eA PLUG Â¬ CASTOR A V rtAV Shoes Special Tan Prices v j Mens -- Broken Lots of Tan at 150 2 and 256 t Shoes 4 Â¬ mm V Â¬ i FOR MEM PETRBjr CO r f w to-M- Wfytf- lm i4ipdi wy - v1 - W- - - - EMHflHi wdMMMakaMWMI L fWT - i ii 73