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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u rj Til t i h Th WrtW Louisville Ky Aug Show 30 Special Probably ery LIVE NEWS On Every Page i ftar Thursday j We Set The Pace f 01 1 N090 JfrinV siKt HOPKINSVILLE KY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 10 1898 PEIOE 2 CENTS RAILROAD WRECK DIED IN JAIL Mrs uV JL x 1v JL v Passenger Train Runs Into Landslide Twenty Persons Injured and the Cars Bndly Demolished at Pennington Qnp JnoT Orr Suicides To day r Shortly After the Lynching V QUIT Fighting Immediately Is the Word Peace Protocol Agreed To at One Oclock Washington August 10 Special Sec- Â¬ retary Day at one oclock announced that an agreement had been arrived at on the proto- Â¬ col embodying the proposed peace terms which will be executed immediately The exact terms are still withheld The Reply Has Been Sent In But Not Made Public Washington Aug 10 Special The Spanish reply to our peace proposals was delivered to President McKinley yesterday afternoon While no formal statement is made it is believed thatSpain conditionally accepts the peace terms but an cJTort is being made to have the proto- Â¬ col make concession as to the Cuban debt and the transportation of troops The protocol is being prepared and M Cambon is informed as to what it contains lie will consult with Madrid and it is believed agree to sign to day Of Manila Is the Next Of Five Negroes Her Accompli- - cte Were Hanged By a Mob Thing Expected A General Attack Will Be Made This Week Washington August 10 Special The news of G en Francis V G reens victory at Malate was not a surprise The arrival of the Monterey and McAr- thurs troops put the Americans in position to make a general attack by land and sea that will result in the fall of the city MwSn Americans wounded In a Brush at Guayama Companies A and C of the Special Washington Aug1 10 fourth Ohio volunteers narrowly escaped destruction in an ambuscade ear Guayama Monday afternoon The companies constituted a rccon- itcring party and the news of the attack created great alarm atGuay- ama Keintorcements were rusneu to ine scene and tne men urnggcu a dynamite gun five miles The Spaniards could not face the dynamite shells and they fled in disorder after the first shot Six of the reconnoit- enng party were wounded It is believed the Spaniards are preparing to offer desperate resistance to the American advance on San Juan Middlesboro Ivy Aug 10- Bpc uiarctuion Ark-- Aug iu 54 Special The north bound iruiu cial Mrs John T Orr died in struck a landslide near Pennington jail to day shortly after the lynch Â¬ Gap this morning and a bad wrcci ing of Will Saunders Dennis Ric passengers cord Mance Castle Rilla Weaver occurred Twelve were injured and a general smasle and Susie Jacobs negroes employ- Â¬ up occurred ed by her to kill her husband She took morphine Rachel Morris 1 WEATHER BULLETIN Crop Situation in Western Ken tucky From Official Reports i i Christian County Makes a Good Vfr Showing Fine Week for Growing Crops - v- - nniQ GI5N nOYAIi T ICJIAXIC us a By ordqr of tho war department thta famous artillery officer until recently com- Â¬ mandant at Govornqrfl Island Now York has gone to Chlckamauffn to assumo chargo of a brlgado of volunteers Gon Frank Is a natlvo of Malno a graduato of West Tolnt and has an enviable record Prior to his promotion to a brigadier gonoralnhlp ho was commandant of tho artillery school at Pot Monroe Vn wltb Ho la quite an unassuming but dotormtned man Uie rank of colonel Another Town Falls vrt VVV Into American Hands r Campo Puerto ico Aug J via Kingston Jamaica Aug 10 The civy ofroamo was captured yesterday by Gen Ernsts Special brigade after alivelyiriight The American loss was seven wounded the Sixteenth Pennsylvania volunteers The Spanish and three loss was twelve killed including the Major commanding This was officers wounded The American troops took 200 prisoners accomplished by means of a Hank movement executed by the Sixteenth thus cutting off the Spaniards retreat The fight lasted a members of live tTfc Grant GekAway Just Hhl m In the Nick of Time Special of Gcnj - FredD Grant his Kentucky TJcgjnjcnt uues the First Col Castlcman commanding lcu to night for Porto Rico on tbe xt trattHiJort Almo and the sieamefrncvcil to sail alter miunigiu Tiie transport Odnni will leave some time toriiiWht with the Fifth UljnoisRer- on ooard n command ol Col Culvery iuwiHiriuwH vaiTAuir staff and his remaining uxi P Spec- Â¬ Springfield Mo Aug 10 ial The Democratic State Con- Â¬ vention is in session here to day The feature of the day was a clash between Ex Gov Stone and Con co is good no worms Calloway Rain has improved gressman Bland on territorial ex crop pansion Stone favoring and Hland corn and tobacco verymuch prospects excellent opposing Carlisle Wheat nearly all ROAD ORDER MADE threshed tomatoes ripening plow Â¬ ing for wheat progressing tobacco very good some trenching some Near Bcnnettstown and to be 20 damage from winces andjjrains Feet Wide Christian Corn doing avcII with 4 splendid prospects tobacco also An order was made to day for fc no worms of a new road begin Â¬ Graves Warm Weathcr with less the opening Cadiz rain has improved crops1 greatly ning at the tihfayette and road near Hud Dawsons and run Â¬ late tobacco advancing rapidly Hancock Corn maturing tobac ning to Geo Gees thence through and C N co looks well and is nearly all top- Â¬ Gees and Sac Lindsays to the Pee Dee ICdwards farms ped very few worniH road Henderson Wheat threshing de layed by rains dry n localities In County Court corn in condition Thecase against Thomasson Hopkins Good rains and good Clark and four others charged crops tobacco is exceptionally good wfthgaming was continued until and corn has improved ery much the 9thday of September threshing about over VT Mrs John Moayon and Mrs D Logan Crops of kinds are doing S Wood have filed a petition in the well seed clover very good some ClrcuitCourt against W P Win localities need rain some chinch free administrator of Walter Mer bugs at work v II Merritt both de Marshall Tobacco on highlands rittandW ccasedjpraying a settlement of their improved corn slightly damaged estates by winds a heavy corn crop is as Â¬ sured and tobacco will be better Colored Couple to Wed than expected plowing progressing License was issued4 to day to McLean All crops growing rap George Urpady to marry Dettie Idly threshing nearly finished Quarjes Snd meadows all saved The ceremony will be performed P Muhlcnburg Less worms than to night at Garrcllsburg eer tobjicco promises a large crop 11 of good quality corn iaearing well v Three Small Fines and will be a good crop some are Judge Leavcll passed upon two plowing for wheat largo crop of plain drunks and one breach of turnips sown Tho regula Â¬ peace this morning OhioRain nccdcij jn localities tion fino of 5 and trimmings was tobacco doing well Trigg iKrgc yied of corn as assessed in each case surredj tquaccp ing too fist The evening papers scored an and not spreaulig properly too ollu - Tvninl on the Mnlate iitrliL v Jtiiwvf uuif tkti t JUm 1 Tw- r JW Tr Â¬ General Review The warm showers of the past seven days were very favorable for all growing crops Corn continues in excellent condition is maturing rapidly and in seme sections a heavy yield is already assureds The tobacco crop shows great in provement though there is still A some complaint of trenching number of correspondents com- Â¬ ment upon the remarkable scarcity of thefinjurious tobacco vyBrin The threshing of wheat and oats is not owing to yet entirely completed rains and complaints continue of the grain rotting in shock and stack All minor crops gardens and meadows have been benefited by showers The ground is in un- Â¬ usually good condition and plow- Â¬ ing for fall wheat is progressing yery well Western Section1 Ballard Corn and tobacco doing well unthreshed wheafcdnmagcd by excessive rains Caldwell Plenty off moisture good growth and splendid pros Â¬ pects corn in roastingears tobac Â¬ Mrs Orrs friend has disappeared Mr Orr was shot through a win Â¬ dow and instantly killed last Sat No clew could be urday night found to the murderer but the Sheriff was very busy for a short time He found several negroes fwho said Mrs Orr had offered them money to kill her husband The Sheriff acted promptly and ar Â¬ rested Mrs Orr and five negroes Mrs Orr after being in jail for ifcome time confessed that she had procured the commission of the murder because she could not live with hor husband no longer on ac- Â¬ count 6f his cruelty to her The coroners jury returned a verdict of death at the hands of Will Sanders and that Mrs Orr Mrs Morris a young Jewess who was chum of Mrs Orr Mance Cas- Â¬ tle Will Reaver Dennis Ric cord and Susan Jones were access- Â¬ ories Circuit Court was to be convened in extra session- but the mob thirst Â¬ ing for blood took the five negroes out of jail and lynched them - i X I i BUND AND STONE Lock Horns on Territorial Expan- sion COMMOIIOUU JOHN ADAMS IIOWUIL U S Ti Thin Knllnnt war votornn hitH by order of tho proHldant boon placed In com Â¬ mand of tho Amortcnn uriuuclroti that Is Ijlocltiullng tho ontlro coaat of Cubn I1U Tho forcoa nro olllclnlly known na tho llrut squadron of tho North Atlantic fleot Ban Prnnclsco will bo hlu flnKxhlp and his principal vonsols will bo tho Minneapo- Â¬ Comniodoro Jlowoll la brave direful a lis Columbln Irlncoton and Topoka trlct disciplinarian and a commander of great experience HOUSE PARTY DR - HALL DEBATES Delightful Social Event at NewMend Holiday On Monday With a Chicago rian of a New Religious Faith returned to day near Henderson says the Fulton Leader where he held a Very interesting debate last week with a Mr Williams of Chic- Â¬ ago of the Christadelphian faith He will go to morrow to Crcal Springs Ills to engage in another debate this week with the same Kid J N Hall from Zion Ky the 8th a very de- Â¬ lightful house party was given in honor of Miss Margaret Graves of Trenton at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Mc G Henry at New stead Those present were Misses Ora M and Alberta P Baker of Julien Lee and Sudie Sy pert of Clarksville lOdwina and SuHie Cook of Ilopkinsville Corne- Â¬ lia Chambers and Elizabeth Julia Flournoy Henry and Messrs 10m mctt M Jones Harry L Gaines Dr Hen A Caudle Rob Shelton Tom West and Frank M Baker man Three Deeds Recorded WT Allen lias sold his farm of 220 acres on Montgomery creek to W Sarah D Allen for 6000 Wants 500 Bach MSuit for iir was filed jrA day by l sidcration SI 60 Circuit Clerks Cv Cranor and Finis Cotton against Judge Joe McCarroll sold to WarÂ¬ A L Burnett The plautifTs ask ren Lewis a small tract of land for 5000 each on the Shiloh road near Sinking office to damages W Breathitt and others sold to John W Moore col lots No 16 Con- and 17 on Leverctt street JI Colored Couple VlI Harry Fork for S75 License was procured Tuesday by Geo Guy Wilson to wed tl Terry L ed live T w u J Tnpdy TMie parties are colored The Spanish reply was translat Â¬ timcB between Sagnstn and Mciuniey U 1 - l - --r v a f 10 terji ThWtHer Ky Aug- Louisville t-- SpScttil Sh6V Probably tm Thursday JJTfte JL- TW 5ailp RAILROAD WRECK Entuthian DIED IN JAIL LIVE NEWS On Every 11 Pap We Set The Pace ML te y 1 NO HOPKINSVILLE KY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 10 1898 PRICE 2 CENTS n t lfM FAT - t Passenger Train Runs Into Landslide Twenty Persons Injured and the Cars Badly Demolished Mrs 1 JnoT Orr Suicides To day Shortly After tfic Lynching Five Negroes Her Accompl- UIT Fighting Immediately Is the Word Peace Protocol Agreed To at One Oclock Washington August Day at one oclock announced that an agreement had been arrived at on the proto- Â¬ col embodying the proposed peace terms which will be executed immediately The exact terms are still withheld The Reply Has Been Sent In But Not Made Public Washington Aug 10 Special The Spanish reply to our peace proposals was delivered to President McKinley yesterday afternoon While no formal statement is made it is believed thatSpain conditionally accepts the peace terms but an effort is being made to have the proto- Â¬ col make concession as to the Cuban debt and the transportation of troops The protocol is being prepared and M Cambon is informed as to what it contains He will consult with Madrid and it is believed agree to sign to day iI H vr- Of Manila Is pvfr i1 iv IV the Next 5 Of Â¬ at 1 1 ice Were Hanged By a Mob Pennington dap i Thing Expected General Attack Will Be Made This Week f Washington August The news of G en Francis V Greens victory at Malate was not a surprise The arrival of the Monterey and McAr thurs troops put the Americans in position to make a general attack by land and sea that will result in the fall of the city lO--SpeciaL Six Americans Wounded In a Brush at Guayama Companies A and C of the Washington Aug 10rrSpecial Fourth Ohio volunteers narrowly escaped destruction in an ambuscade near Guayama Monday afternoon The companies constituted a recon noitering party and the news of the attack created great alarm atGuay araa Reinforceriiciits wejre rushed to the scene and the men dragged a dynamite gun five miles The Spaniards could not face the dynamite shells and they fled in disorder after the first shot Six of the reconnoit ering party were wounded It is believed the Spaniards are preparing to offer desperate resistance to the American advance on San Juan i tr i t if Vr - isfca i- - jMSSMzs V i prank v s a nnia okn iioyAi order of tho war department this famous artlllepry officer until recently com Â¬ mandant at Governors aland Now York has gone to Glilolcumniupa to aasumo chargo of a brlgado of volunteers Gen Frank Is a nntlvo of Maine a graduate of West Point and has an enviable record Prior to hln promotion to a brigadier fronoralBhlp ho wan commandant of tho artillery school at FoVt Monroo Vn wltb tho rank of cotonol He la quite an unassuming but determined man Xly t I Another Town Falls vVi t if 1 Into American Hands via Kingston Jamaica Aug 10 Campo PuertojEicQ Aiig The eity ofjsoamo was captured yesterday hy Gen Ernsts Special brigade after avjfVfilyjiyTghEy The American loss was seven wounded aU members of the Sixteenth Icnnsylvnnia volunteers The Spanish viA loss was twelve killed including tle Major commaifding and three jofliccrs wounded The American troops look 200 prisoners This was JHccpninliBhcd iy means of a Hank movement executed by the Sixteenth ennvlyania thus cutting UvelioTTrii off the Spaniards retreat jflA The light lasted - I Grant V -- GekAwayist In Vnf 1 S 1WWk I NewiortsNiW -- the ffickvof Time FrecLJ iwpaniesof the First Kentucky Ttegimcnh T viniiiuiiiu Col Castleman conmiandinyptoeo nifiht for Porto Rico on the transport Amio and to sail after midnight Tho trausport OdumwH leavp ome llfetetnlght With thfe Fifth Illinois Reg- v Ai l im j Jr J ufuiiVH wru in tuiumitDa Ol col uuiv -f i i no Sg- - - SpccialGen Grant h je ftUaqwfitcil 1 I fait Â¬ Middlesboro Ky Aug 10 Clarendon Ark Aug 10 speSpecial The north bound train cial Mi b John T Orr died in struck a landslide near Pennington jail to day shortly after the lynch Gap this morning and a bad wreck ing of Will Saunders Dennis Ric nndapninirs cord Mancc Castle Rilla Weaver Twolvn were injured and a general smash- - and Susie Jacobs negroes employ- Â¬ up occurred ed by her to kill her husband She took morphine Rachel Morris WEATHER BULLETIN Mrs Orrs friend has disappeared Mr Orr was shot through a win Â¬ dow and instantly killed last Sat Â¬ No clew could be urday night Crop Situation in Western Ken found to the murderer but thetucky From Official Reports Sheriff was very busy for a short time He found several negroes I who said Mrs Orr had offered Christian County makes a Uoou them money to kill her husband Showing Fine Week for The Sheriff acted promptly and ar- Â¬ rested Mrs Orr and five negroes Growing Crops Mrs Orr after being in jail for isoine time confessed that she had General Review procured the commission of the The warm showers of the past murder because she could not live seven days were very favorable for with her husband no longer on ac allirrowinir crops Corn continues1 counLof his cruelty to her inccellent condition is maturing The1 coroners jury returned a rapidly and in some sections heavy yield is already assured verdict of death at the hands of The tobacco crop shows great Uxy Will Sanders and that Mrs Orr provement though there is still Mrs Morris a young Jewess who A some complaint of frenching was chum of Mrs Orr Mancc Cas- Â¬ number of correspondents com- Â¬ Dennis- Ric ment upon the remarkable scarcity tle Will Reaver of thefinjurious tobacco yvorm The cord and Susan Jones were access- Â¬ threshing of wheat andoats is not ories owing to yet entirely completed Circuit Court was to be convened rains and complaints continue of in extra session- but the mob thirst Â¬ the grain rotting in shock and for blood took the five negroes stack All minor crops gardens ing and meadows have been benefited out of jail and lynched them by showers The ground is in un Â¬ BLAND AND STONE usually good condition and plow Â¬ ing for fall wheat is progressing Lock Horns on Territorial Expanvery well sion Western Section Ballard Corn and tobacco doing Spec- Â¬ Springfield Mo Aug 10 well unthreshed wheat damaged ial by excessive rains The Democratic State Con- Â¬ Caldwell Plenty of moisture vention is in session here to day good growth and splendid pros Â¬ The feature of the day was a clash pects corn in roasting ears tobac- Â¬ between ICx Gov Stone and Con co is good no worms Â¬ Calloway Rain has improved gressman Bland on territorial ex corn and tobacco veryViriuch crop pansion Stone favoring and Bland prospects excellent l opposing Carlisle Wheat vhcarly a 1 ROAD ORDER MADE threshed tomatoes ripening plow- Â¬ ing for wheat progressing tobacco very gooa some trenching some Near Bcnnettstown and to be 20 damage from winds and rains Feet Wide Christian Corn doingvyell with splendid prospects tobacco also An order was made to day for k no worms the opening of anew road begin Â¬ Graves Warm weather with less Cadiz rain has improved crops greatly ning at the Lafayette and and run Â¬ road near Bud Dawsons late tobacco advancingrapidly ning to Geo Gees thence through Hancock Corn maturing tobac- Â¬ CN co looks well and is nearly all top- Gees and Sac Lindsays and Edwards farms to the Pee Dee ped very few worms i Henderson Wheat threshing de Â¬ road layed by rains dry inrajpcalilies In County Court corn in condition The case against Thomasson Hopkins Good rainsVand good Clark and four others charged crops tobacco is exceptionally good wfthgaining was continued until and corn has improved very much the 9Uiday of September threshing about over Mrs John Moayon and Mrs B Logan Crops of kinds- arc doing S Wood have filed a petition in the well seed clover very good some Circuit Court airainst W P Win- localities need rain some chinch free administrator of Walter Mcr- bugs at work ritt aud W H Merritt both de Marshall Tobacco on highlands ceasbdjpraying a settlement of their corn slightly damaged improved estates M by winds a heavy corn crop is as Â¬ sured and tobacco will be better Colored Couple to Wed than expected plowing progressing License was issued to day to McLean All crops growing rap George Bfoady to marry Bettie idly threshing nearly finished QuarjcB and meadows all saved The ceremony will be performed f Muhlenburg Less worms than to night at Garrcttsburg ever tobacco promises a large crop v of gopd quality corn is earing well Throe Small Fines and will be a good crop some arc Judge Loavcll passed upon twq plowing for wheat large crop pf plain Uunlts arid one breach of turnips sown peace this morning The regula Â¬ Ohio Rain needed in localities 5 and trimmings was tion fine of tobacco doinc well Trigg- Large itM pf corri na assessed in each cane surreUj tobaccp MjAwing too jfidt yhe evening papers ucored an- and apt spreatlulg properly other point on tle Malate fight mg ma it tiiti - ft - Â¬ Â¬ 1 GOMMOnOllU JOHN AIUIJ HOWHM U H N Thin fmllant war votornn hnH by order at tlio prcHldoait beonplnced In com- Â¬ mand of tho Amorlcnn sqiiudron that Is blockading tho antlro couat of Cubn Ilia Tho forcoa aro olllclnlly known as tho llrat equndron of thn North Atiuntlo fleot San Francisco will bo IiIh flriKshlp nnd his principal vchsoIa will bo tho Mlnnonpo Howell to brave caroful a Commodoru lln Columbia Irlncotou and Topcka strict disciplinarian and a commander of groat experience Â¬ HOUSE PARTY DR HALL DEBATES n Delightful Social Event at New stead rionday the 8th a very de Â¬ lightful house party was given in honor of Miss Margaret Graves of Trenton at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Mc G Henry atNew slead Those present were Misses Ora M and Alberta P Baker of Julicn Lee and Sudie Sy pert of Clarksville lOdwina and Susie Cook of Ilopkinsvlllo Corne Â¬ lia Chambers and IClizabeth Julia Flournoy Henry and Messrs Km niclt M Jones Harry L Gaines Dr Hen A Caudle Rob Shelton Tom West and Prank M Baker Wants 500 Each iSuitfor damages was filed Jri Circuit Clerks office to day by W CfCranor and Finis Cotton against A L Barnett The plautiffs ask for 5000 each On Monday With a Chicago Han of Religious Faith from Zion New - f - Eld J N Hall returned to day Ky near Henderson says the Fulton Leader where he held a Very interesting debate last week with a Mr Williams of Chic- Â¬ ago of the Christadelphian faith He will go to morrow to Crcal Springs Ills to engage in another debate this week with the same man l Three Deeds Recorded Allen has sold his farm of acres on Montgomery creek to Sarah I Allen for 000 W Breathitt and others sold lots No 16 fto John W Moore col 220 Â¬ WT Jll and 17 on Leverett street Con Â¬ sideration lf0 Judge Joe McCarroll sold to War Â¬ ren Lewis a small tract of land on thc Shiloh road near Pinking Colored Couple Will flhrry Fork for McTitilfv 1 75 - License was procuredTucsday by Geo Guy Wilson to wed Terry L Tandy The parties arc colored d live times between Sagasta and The Spanish reply was tranlat J ul H999R f t ZSbe sP 2ail feTcnlnir ffcentuefcian patu ol Iublfched every OXAB WH p X except Bunday by DclWorcd by Cftrrlf to alX 10 0XT 7 JCRAOKAX 118 g Xftln the city at Wllfc AP The UBICKITTIOX BATS 35 Pkr Week Per Year in Advance 100 8 Montus in Advance Per TnwTM iw AnvAMOR 4 00 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONfjKKSS ONE OF HER BEST Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller on List HENRY D ALLEN OF UNION COUNTY The evening1 papers scored an Â¬ other point on the Malate fight TiÂ¬ the Hobson Osculation ers is cc still ing the trict tone L K M Crol V Tcr N The Spanish reply was translat- - Discussed in Poetry and Prose cd five times between Sagasta and Leading Citizens Interviewed McKinlcy er i rr for the Louisville Times Once more the lons have been Poetic licenbe hiWvith a malate in pronunciation What is that horrid noise I hear asked Gossip on parade There are now 275000 men in the The girls arc kissing- Hobson army and 150000 will be mustered how the grinning rounders said out as soon as peace is declared Theyve got him on the hotel porch those girls from North and Now that Blanco has found time South to write a proclamation maybe he They have a left hook round his will soon have the leisure to see neck and are blocking up his - r C M h Gen Lee mouth she C Fr 1 Le 1 AVi br 1 Bl Hi Ki Sr tn K J p 4 M r U jl r jr iff litei What is that awful row I hear Return Limit August 29 asked Gossip on parade prisoners is now on the way to The Kansas girl is raising Rate of one fare for round trip on tdliifitnblc the rounders gal sand Self thicudltiK Tho mnchtnulH Rclf threadJU2AD OUIt OUAJtANXKK Spain The sick and disabled ones ing nud holo each of above days also mnijo on except noeyn to put tho thread through said The New Mathews Machine Is wnrranted 10 of tho needlo the first Wore wnl Then Hobson smiles a weary smile ThoFccd Isposltlvoln actlon and 1ms no years from date of purcbaso nnd thirty days regular trains between Guthrie Hen prlnga touctnut ofordor trial of It If porfect and entire satisfaction and Oh alas says he doreon nud Providence to Madison run over by a Automatio Uobbln WinderWill wind tbo Is not given the machinomny bo rcshlpped to Two soldiers were This hero business isnt what it wasnt he oobbln an smooth nu on a snool of thread touantour expenso and thi money paid Us ville train and killed near Richmond ThoStltch Is donbto look stitch The game will bo tefunded promptly is cracked up to me Can be nnd will not The Great HopkiuB County Fair is on both etdcH shortened from ravel to thirty Uudor this guarantee you run no risk what- Â¬ Va They were two brothers Col Gus Straus though titw as lengthened or eight ever in purchasing tho Now Mathews Machine to too al fresco for good taste He did recognized as the one groat fair of atltchea to the inch The thrilling question as named Forsythe It ThoTcnalon la a flat spring tension and ad- You have thirty days trial ofyou in your own should wish of thread whether the short bicycle skirt is not object to the kiss so much as Western Kentucky nnd the gather justable to- all nlc8 nlokle plated and lias a home nnd if for any renson c6 shipped to us to return the mnchlne It may HamMVlicol Is Hanna has found it necessary to immodest must now give place to a the manner of offering it but be Â¬ lug pi 1898 promises to bo tho graud loose wlicol attached to operate bobbin winder at our oxpensO and the monoy will bo refunded write a personal appeal to the discussion on the subject of Hobson lieved Hobson should have made est in the history of the Association without running machlnocelebrated eccentric Tho Movement Is tho Alt communications regarding tho New movements iicmlUvelii action ahd fewer work Mathews Machine should bo addressed to Utah Republicans begging them and the St Louis girl who asked more than a single Tho spocial train above mentioned ing parts than uny machine on tho market Tho Stand Has laigo balance wheel hangs CHAS M AlEACHAM not to put a silver plank in their him for a kiss Lieut Hobson is And so this question of Hobsons euablos peoplo between Hopkinsville on two adjustable centers Tho trcadlo is lare aiul hangs in cono centers nnd all lost motion platform said to have blushed so brilliantly choice and whether he was and Madiaouvillo to spend a day at canbo tnkonup aster undorooh end and Hopkinsville Ky that the Japanese lanterns on the right in accepting the kiss or this groat fair and arrive homo at a cau be easily moved A nice dress guard over Three transports with Gen Mc hotel porch turned pale but he not has upset the nerves of the convenient hour in the evening Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine Arthurs troops reached Cavite rallied sufficiently to say that he town Half of Main street is divid- Â¬ felt machine is manufactured a July 31 There were five deaths in would feel honored or something to ed and the matter will be discussed Wednesday August 24 nntThis wit A fddorn High armwith the viow of supplying withlong lato to all first cIobs Sowing Machine the voyage No epidemic sickness that effect and was kissed then this week by the Mose Green Glub improvements and of first class material aud good workmanship including Free admission to Pair to all the best and latest Attachments at a roasonnblo price A book of instruc The monitor Monterey has also ar- Â¬ and there in the presence of a pal- and the Irish American Society A rived pitating audience So many peo- Â¬ hot time is expected children of school age and to tions accompanies ovory machine B Anthony The morning papers have a great ple including Susan In making your remittance we profor postolllce monoy order registered all old people 70 and over Chaplain Mclntyre of the Oregon letter express money ordes or New York Exchange Individual checkB un friend in the administration but have condemned the girl for her lesB certified to will not bo received the important news outside of conduct that a visit was paid some in a speech at Denver has defied of our leading- Louisville heroes to regulations and given Sampson JNOB ATKINSON Washington will persist in happen Â¬ Â¬ Director iu Chief ing in the day time and the evening see how they viewed the occur- a severe roast and also made state ments complimentary to Capt rence C C GIVENS President papers get it first Lcmme lone now lemmelonc Evans Here is an extract that H H HOLEMAN Secretary i comes said Maj Ed Hughes coquettishly may call for a court martial The Owensboro Inquirer Sampson wrote a report of the to the defense of Judge Givens of as the question was propounded RELIABILITY T give my opinion all the girls battle and reported himself within explaining that the If Henderson four miles ot the Cristobal Colon Judge is not a Republican but a in town will be running after me when she pulled down her flag He Is a quality some newspapers bave Democrat who votes the Republican for kisses and I am a timid man did that to get his share of the lost sight of in these dayB of Yollow Once I saved a fair girl from death prize money for a ship must be Journalism They care little for tho ticket and a great deal for temporary She was in the third story back of within four miles to share in the truth Chas W Metcalfe member of the a burning building when at the prize money So Sampson will get sensation ItiBUot with THE DISPATCH Executive Committee risk of my life I climbed a ladder l0u00 of prize money and Capt The success of THE DISPATCH Democratic f from the Eleventh district being a and got her out By this time the Clark who fought the Oregon as roBts upon its reliability It prints never man fonght before will get candidate for Secretary of State flames were whistling through my only 500 and you who have ax theuows all of tho news and telle has resigned and S R Dishman mustache and our peril was great actly as much to do with the battle the truth about it ITS WAIT NEWS SERVICE as Sampson did will not get a has been elected in his stead Stay stay she hollered to me cent Can not bo excelled It is gathored lemme go back IN AND Chaplain Mclntyre said that by forty two war correspondents and The four principal war events Go back What do you want when on Sunday as fol- Â¬ the Spanish ships ran out of eight fast dispatch boats at tho sent have occurred of war and a salaried correspondent to go back for This aint no as Â¬ the harbor the Iowa was within in every important city in tho world lows Battle at Manila Sunday bestos ladder two miles of them and the Oregon May 1 naval battle of Santiago Tho most critical period of tho war she Oh but I must go back about three miles The oregon he will be during peace negotiations Sunday July 3 battle at Malate groaned laying her head on my said tore up to the front like a shot Get tho paper that tells the truth Sunday July 31 Spanish cabinet Only think of it dear you bco it iu Our Motto shoulder votes for peace Sunday August 7 and met the Iowa moving to the DISPATCH itsIf aud if its so THE so it is Major my new wire woven bustle rear where lie added Capt Evans always in THE DISPATCH left behind and I can never hold is kept her throughout the battle THE DISPATCH news service is The First District Democrats can up my head if I lobt it p ease The Chaplain offered no explana- Â¬ now furnished by tho New York Suu engage in more different kinds of go back tion of this alleged maneuver of the The Chicago Inter Ocean The North foolishness than any people on orn ProsB Association Tho Leslie Well I felt for that girl I had earth They are still wrangling in never worn a bustle myself but I Iowa He did not refer in any Syndicate aud a staff of correspond LUMBER LIME AND CEMENT Mine papers over me way uuti uv felt for her and we went back or manner to the conduct of Commo- Â¬ ents in Kontucky Tennessee and In to uono on a Southern Wheeler was nominated although at least I left her on the ladder dore Schley during the engagement diana second uowBpaner lie had no opposition while I rushed into the flaming We olub with The Weekly Louis AN AGED SOMERSET MAN villo Dispatch both papers ono yeai room and the first thing I saw was Give us a call when you need anything in our line Gen Lyon Senator J M Thomas for tho low sum of 200 the bustle hanging by the window and the executor of Wilhite Carpen I grabbed it and fied and five min Again Weds His First Wife After dcr deceased commissioners who utes later we were safe on the Post Dispatch One Pounders Three Divorces built the Eddy ville prison under an ground SOMERSET KY AugB Over Hound robin oflicors aro considered act stipulating that they should Let me kiss you for this you thirty years ngo Samuel lruit n well be paid no salary are flow suing troublemou by tho Wrr Dopartmont HOPKINSVILLE KY dear noble man she sobbed as we the State for 4000 each for their landed and she did kiss me and knowu citizon married Miss Jose Hobson will presontly know more r phino Morrix in the country After services the next minute that idiot of a girl 15 years of married life thuy were di about smacks than any other man in tho navy stamped on the ground and called Secretary Long is out in a long me names I had brought down vorcod the husband soon after marry Tho shopkoopora of Santiago aro defense ofAdmiral Sampson in re- Â¬ the canary bird cage And then ing Lucindn Saudifor nnd the divorc- not indulging their consciences iu ply to a letter criticising- him ior she wanted the kiss back but I ed wife becoming Mrs A H Buster dealing with our soldiers Mrs Buster wub divorcod in about being- - away when the Santiago wouldnt give it i Tho round robin should accompany seven years and Mr Pruit tired of says fight came off The Secretary VHH I am a married man said Col married lifo in about one- ymir He the eagle iu all our invasions of coun he had placed his subordinates in Tom Gilmore rather sharply 1 position to act in his absence and do not care to express an opinion tiieu took u b liifl wifo Miss Pol lie tries having n dangoroiiB cliraato that the victory was won under his though some believe m annexing Crabtree but wns divorced from her Gou Chiucliilln says the Spanish sometime later army is rondy to go wherever it jb orders everything even all the kisses they Mrs Fruit No 2 married Jackson sent It will be sont to Bhool if it is Three young men who were born can get I hesitate to venture a re Ware in tho meantime Sho wub di not kept out of the way of our forces AND RETURN in adjoining counties in Western mark on thtB subject for aa you vorcod in about a year and hor di Col Colson has lost out worse Kentucky have speedily taken know there is hardly a day I do vorced husband married Mrs Botsv at the front in the not sink myself on Main street be Â¬ Bodby than any man in the business He their places mm- ranks of the ablest ministers of the fore droves of wild cattle thereby Now tho last chapter of this strange lost his seat in Congress and Jidjit Having- the lives of many and the drama of mnrriago and divorce in to get the moonshine out of his rawmj They arc Baptist denomination SATURDAY AUGUST still young but have risen with a girls might get the Hobson craze bo writton auddotnils of tho wedding emits before peace was at hand rapidity as grutifying to their and conic after me I cant say of tho old couplo who first married Now while waiting to bo muutcred Tickets good on all rogular trains limited tojtour days for return vpns friends as it can possibly be to what I would say if they asked for in tho morning of lifo tho husband out he is kept busy looking after ngo oxcopt that by deposit of ticket with Buggpkvnltor City Ticket Agont These brainy young a kiss but for safetys sake I think nftor being marriod nud divorcod deserters and denying reports that 0 E 1 No 182 theinselves Clark St Chicago andjpmoiit of 100 additional an I divines are John O Rust of Nash Â¬ shall go out with a catchers throe Mines and tho wife after two all his officers aro kiu to him wMUw jmiv hj ouruu Millet will UO grHBfq mask on ville John D Jordon of Savan Â¬ which wore matrimonial ventures Duwon City Alaska is said to Mr J Rosa Todd wns curt and unsatisfactory TOR rURTUKR INrQflHATION ADDRESS Theodore N Compton nah and be well supplied now with fresh V P TTCiiMJrM nci What would uoys in sparing of npeech Qi Baltimore Pennvnlo IIJRGKISWOLD Hobsons Populist brother is trying beef afc the very moderate price of he remarked oracularly very wajk of life are content with I do Genl Pom Agt Auit GfMvl Fhm Af U15r bound ccrtaiu cold no s in Ida voice to oop up all tii other parti EvHiiwyilte luil EvuuHvill whort t0Iv1 The Alicante with 1000 Spanish Iwould simply do this I would say Girl 1 will not give you any Â¬ thing Of course I would take it bo laughed Col X um Simons 1 am a baby and if two you think rubies brimming with dew were ofÂ¬ fered me on a Silver salver that 1 would be sucker enough not to look thatgift horse in the mouth No no1 And then after inquiring the name and address of the iady the Colonel hurried away to --pack his Valise and was heard telling- the porter to put me off at St Louis Scott Newman hardly Col J knew what he would have done The lady meant it aa a compli- Â¬ ment he remarked with a smile and when she gave Hobson the refusal of a kiss courtesy prevented his returning a refusal I do not care however to talk about this until I have given the matter my serious consideration Col George Doll was found sing Â¬ ing On the Banks of the Wabash out on Sixth and York where the I street was filled with Water have just sent lor my naphtha he said pleasantly launch What do I think of Hobson and that girl Go away now go away I am a man of family and have to appear alone and unprotected on the streets every day I can not nay I will not tell you what I think And then as he boarded the launch which had arrived he turned and added with a meaning smile Hobson was a lucky dog -- EYer Been To -- The Great Hopkins fj County Fair f 21 Ami the New Matliewi tewlttjr Jaeltu FOR ONLY Modem The Itentuckiaii 1 Year 1 21 Gpftcial Train Will hin from Ilopkinaville to Madiaouvillo on bach of the our days of this great occasion r Hi arm Sewm With Machine k If r all the lateet i louir tills Tho belt Mrachino for tb tonst moneyHever manufacr v urcd AUGUST 24 25 26 27 1898 on following schedule Lv tlopkinavillo KofioyB Litfht running noigelM Bimplo durable - will 780 a m 745 750 802 807 817 825 830 835 855 a in f CAfSWff 10 Every Mtichino warranfod years A 150 Machine for for 121 nnd freight prepaid iflnHP6SfiiSl Mnnuingtou Nortonvillo Mortous Gap Barnesloy Ar Mudisonvillo Empiro Crofton J Cash must accompany al orders wheolto kccpldresslfromgettlnglon wheel Attachnieuts Aro the famous Johnsons set The Hand Ts flvo mul one half Inchci liluh in a tin box nnd consists of tucker rufller nd uKht anil ono lmlf Inchon loiitf lnslun fourhommers binder qullter foot hemmor mcnituromont TIiIhIkab Mki nu any fninllj nnd feller tinder braider and sheerer oil can maohlno nindaand must not be confounded nud oiltwocrew drivers six bobbins paper with tbo medium or t called lifuli nrm ma of needles thumb screw gunge and book of olilnco The bead pinto how IntOiOr levciwltli directions the tables The Furniture Ib well mado highly pol- Â¬ Tho Ncciflo Isfltrftlghtlflclf nollns Hat on ished and elegant In appearance All these machines will bosout out with oak furniture ono aide and unnnut bo HOtvroni unless walnut is specified Kaoh machine has Tho Shuttle iBopfii on the end oyllndor n lock to tho drawers aud cover nleo nlokol diapo and iibHolutuly aclf thrcfidlUK to The Hearing Arenll stool wull fitted and plato drop rings andall drawers All machines arc well packed crated Â¬ Earlington HiioiriUArjONb Returning 600 p leaves MadiBouvilllo One Fare for Round Trip Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v - ICHARDS BUILDERS CONTRACTORS DEALERS I Boil dine Of All Kinds 1 Â¬ DAGG I RICHARDS Â¬ Â¬ - - EVANSVILLE Â¬ VIA E - jti 3500CHicjPy T mr j muA hV7R TO H 11 20P898 - iT 1 ffr 1HM K5JJ 130 n L Ji WRUMWV 11 ftyppMt T L MftWftWQM li iJAiw- - ilSafe Vr - waiHMIinuMnw tfury InyBKynHMHDIT ignniifciMftii Ml - - ttr i aw mmammmuaimmmmmmmtkimmmmm Kr DlPATCH SNAP SHOTS niorrotv w ii tin thnukftll tobnlf boll U tor the St Louis Snturduy d tftAtf FOOTED PEOPLE A Sccjnlnjrly limlKniflcnnt Inftrmltjr AVhlcli Sometime DcrnnKcii tho Whole MHnonlnr Syntom rimiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililliirilillillllMllilillilliiiliiiiiiiiiiin -- Arc you flnt footcd A largo propop tlon of tho hunmiVrncc of tho present ttoMttexing bHrbnrIttn8liU8 is it arc flat footed and this Ib true of men For Infants and Children who arc giants In Btnturo and Btrcngtu Iliiiimm nnd regiudetS na models of physical modol of nittkiugUuniHolf mnnhood h Kind Tho ilnMootcdncsa of tho race Is n tfifcr Uuelo boon established by tho fact flint hns Mf a menace rfT who hnvo of Â¬ Mouferoy Vui to rot urn to Hon Inspection of volunteers nrn ivrii wninihU tuili ini h nrntT twttt The fered themsolvca for enlistment Many AvfcgctablcPrcpOTationTor As olulu btwauso tho collier Brutus wiih otherwise perfectly eligible men hnvo been rejected by tho army surgeons similating uiciooufltuiuccuia Et tu Brulol disabled Unrj iliaSloMiclis oralBowcis of coining our way Aft all things aro sre is reason to suppose Lamarn h uAuiAt Ihips will uo an oxcujjuuui vi The oxnortcoin soator just capt- RomotesDifcsUonCkctful TncssandRcstContalns ncitlicr rturl deHorvoa to porapiro for tho rest OpiumMorpliinO nor UineraL in tho nearest penitentiary IMmji 6t his lifo MOT NARCOTIC Possibly tho same buzzards that failed above tho Maine aro now hovor VHD 9J hi i llW Ci JJKVoafOldJXSXMUnrMinHl cruisers at Santiago nNAL POJlflON ing over Spanish JmJhn Stt nnUPPiritr si w ii n No nioro whisky should bo poured silxSama ml V HotAilUitt into tho Spanish sailors In a battle yfniit Sent -A II rtFi- - v Jlpirrmmt t ITT it is likoly to become diluted with sea VV vS JnCirlonakSeiai L s15j4j ffirm Seed -water JCiUML fcr3ttKWn Unified Sugar HKi fuji iiun liSyrctn norm Every dudo is not a horo and cor Jjw7vwgagffaaag in iTC mmr tainly every horo is not a dudo Let THE FLAT FOOT ADcrrcctncmcdv forConslipa Hon Sour StomachDiarrhoca up not got wrong in our dudo oeti THE HUMAN FOOT WormsConvulsionsrcvcnsiv Tho Diagram Shows Flat and Arched lnatea Foot Action t SLEEP ncss ondLoss Gon Bacon instead of being sonl solely because they have flat feet Tho TacSimilc Signature of to Cuba whoro all sortB of bacon are reason given for their rejection Is that demand is kept inthoDo a flnt footcd boldicr mnkes n poor in so much marcher partmont of tho Lakes NEW YORK to The ilnt foQtcd man last long enough his foot Tho center ofhns no nrch on ho war should tho foot Is for tho extermination of tho Spanish tho same piano as the toes and tho fl guerrillas and porhapB that has been heels Ills whole foot rests on tho ground at once At first sight It would itho idea of Providence all along EXACT C0PVOFVTCAPPeB not seem that the effect of this depar Â¬ Aguinaldo is thought to have all the ture from the normal would bo very THt CCNTAUI1 COMPANY NEW YORK CITY Wo may hear far reaching Still experts agree that ambition of a Napolen a good deal Aggy before tho Phil In persons with flat feet tho infirmity causes serious injury and notablo de pino problem is settled rangements of nearly tlic entire mus The talking dog has appeared eulnr system IN Mans walking apparatus Is arranged among tho Papago Indians to their talking dog evi for his comfort and ease In locomotion groat terror This It is not so in tho caso of the man with dently gives thorn words with the a flat foot To him walking is always bark on awkward and often painful Dr Otto Sutter who has observed The Spaniards ought not to bo utmany cases said to a New York Jour- Â¬ terly caBt down HiBtory will record nal reporter Mans natural wnlk is that though they could not keep n process of falling With his heel as their warships above water they split a lever ho raises himself on tho ball of importer and jlauufacturcr of his foot Ills body fulls forward until the American war balloon checked by the return to the heel when Gen Linares has a dreamy fara- it sinks bock to earth Thus the nor- Â¬ Thats the mal walker is alternately falling forway Jook in his eyes trouble with tho Spanish loaders gen ward and backward When tho center oraly livingtoomuchiu tho sixteenth of tho foot touches tho ground the walker no century But waking up time haB effect is different Tho bones of his longer has tho rounded come at last feet to act as natural ball bearings of war to Spaiu is that The difference between his gait and an The lessou difference be Â¬ of the young woman who was told to ordinary mans is tho springless dray tween the motion of a hang her clothes on a hickory limb and that of a rUbbcr tircd sulky blitjnot go near tho water Every sea Tho man with flat feet can have no a sea of troubles to tho elasticity in his gnit Tho center of hus been his foot hits the ground first To ac Â¬ Spauiard commodate himself to this reversal of jIuIS the usual order ho must walk with a Hopkinsville Produce rtarkct stiffness that jars his whole frame As MR F M Ky is my soiicitor WHITLOW of Hopkinsville Cash prices paid by Hopkiusville he walks stiff legged tho muscles of his calf are not brought into play like merchants those of tho normal man Tho strain Bacon Is all thrown on his thigh muscles nnd Hams country 810c his pelvis Ho tires quickly and Is sub pnlns that tho Shouldors 4Jrilc ject to feels no matterordinary walker never how much ho r Sides 57c may exert himself There is no known Lard 07o cure for flat foot Country Produce CAPT H C TAYLOR Jto barbarian policy ofHHtioxu IX CASTORIA You Have The Always Bought iiinimntiTTiTTr tal IgfbnB Bears the Signature War fNews 31nKnmwffl7iTiy3 9 OKJ 6 i 1 -- -- nAL i The Kind or Xl You Have HERE is no need for the ii people of Hopkinsville and II neighboring towns to sub- scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most re liable war news f Always Bought 2 PfTHfWfVragff ttW The Daily Telegraph Service uftill DMA 1852 I Kentuckians y si J i Â¬ ESTABLISHED Â¬ Â¬ SAMUEL HODGSON iTt J Â¬ fl Is now ennnl to the hnst nnd covers all matters of interest at home and r V m II Â¬ -- Marble and Grraxiite Monuments i v tr r me v - ivencucKian is puoiisiiea TABLETS ETC every evening except Sunday and overy department of thje paper is ci supplied with a rrr t w a j S I ui i new s tli n f service n ii n Tint Ii a OL AJRISS VII TJENJVISSSJSE BRiW surpassed in all mmm m fei Western Ken m RBMS55fflfesraiJS tucky Daily delivoed In the city RSfj -- l r SPBIWOB JSKoa Butter Eggs Now feathers 123lfic 1821c 7c OoiiiinniKlvr of 2528c 2Jc Capt II C Tnylor who commands the naval convoy accompanying the tc United States troops transports Cuba is the commander of the battle 20c ship Indiana He is one of the most 1318c capable and reliable officers In the navy A practical hotolmnn lias boon selected to direct adairs Special at and his selection as commander of the tention givon to tho oiUBiuo have boon matlo in tho Many improvements Poultry naval part of the expedition was re- - hotel ana surroundings Hotel rates reasonable A pleasant timo in Btoio Y chickonB live per dozSl 60180 A splondid baud of music in for you Rooms bright nnd woll ventilated 2c attendance RoostorB Boeswax Tallow Ginseng per lb Honey Tub washed wool Greased the Nuvnl Convoy Which Accuiiiiuinled Our Troop TrniiHportH to Cuba -- HOTEL RESORT This famous Kentucky SUMMER 18 now opon for uoats unier -V -- n -- HtHiLibr Til r uliiwaim 217 I ft - 10 Cts Per Week JVWft 52225 7J8o Â¬ NEW MANAGEMENT mini mi S Mnin 2 Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL of ram 4 HI if Clover por bushel Corn Wheat Corn shelled Live stock Hogs Sheep Cattlo Cal yea 3 45c G5c Grand Ball Every Friday Niglit During llic Season Daily One Month - 35 Daily Three Months - 100 Daily One Year - 400 Semi Weekly Edition 1 yr 200 W i 4 i 4 Y KOo ADDRESS 3-xa37-O- 250850 S300325 10042B 2G0300 3325 rL Springs KENDRICK v I- - Lambs Hidea tuid Furs Green hidos Grqon salted hidos RUNYON The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its y fz news pages are illustrated with the A best pictures to be obtained lMIOIMCIIiTOHS OF i fi7o 7Jc DryOint Watermelons Florida f yogotables kNow potntoos por bushel CWbbage por hond VW2 2585o G eritralTobaccoWarehouse CAPT II C TAYLOR Commander of the United States Battle ship Indiana Â¬ n r rl flair auu A -m- T fTl Ck TVT s r V A GlarksMille Tennessee Have Tobacco To Sell 8fo gurded with keen satisfaction Capt Taylor Is u native of the District of Co7Eo lumbia Ho was appointed to thonnval Wc Solicit the Patronage of All Who i y J wtrc v Free Storage to Shippers FlourRotai- l- Ptttutper bb bbl academy from Ohio In 18C0 and was Ho to ensign in 1603 promoted wus then assigned to tho steam L25 sloop Shenandoah with the North Cash Advance Made on Consignments J C Staudwjpjr and 375 Atlantic blockading squadronHe was served with the fleet for n year commissioned as lieutenant soon after H5c KKNDIUOK Salesman ii imuumttMammuiOM s msi tJ ri ouiiu in w juui ouuuui jpuiuii mail Uall at the ollice in tlie lien tuckian Building iirst floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone - v - v - k w- 4 Clover por owtg Good TlmothyTWSife Brsn retail ToqjMjkw 4kH vm TPfc t i 70o 12Jo 20o 10c npoy per do Qhotat pWrdot kr2PHfLjfe Mtisr erwtwl iiu Olarar- - yearn old Vc irt for ths new tabphona Hue tlint HMKr IHrUlHif Ik rapper to be nip from Fprdnvila to Owene AlttHJujr phy IcUw nayf that popper U 4uUX oispu to the VHtem boro 4 tho war uud worked his woy up to u cuptalncy during the ycara that hnvo Ho has served on pasucd since then the Susquehanna tho Guard on the coast survey ship Husslcr in tho hydro graphic office in the Washington avy yard on the Saratoga as its commander with tho Asiatic fleet ttnd in other posia of fmportance CupL Taylor i Hbout6 J G Whkeleh W H Faxon 99 2 1 Address 11 Wheeler Mills Tobacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants Co Grain Dealers s Clias Meacliam Publisher Fire Proof Warehouse oon hussfxtyilib and r r sts Ky Covered by Hopkinsville HOPKINSVILLE I K KY St Iibl AdTAao4 oa pimenta All JLolmcoo ient u Iisurano fr rf wamrii 1ifiti jh r J iti ri i in v MkMMMMMMMWMMMMMMMMMMM DEPLORE HIS LOSS HI KY CROP REPORT ALBERT McGEHEE Dies Suddenly --THE COLORED INSTITUTE To days Proceeding and a List of Those Present Christian County Hunting Club Condition of Crops August 1st Tl at Guthrie of r V tW I 1 Takes Formal Action 1898 Apoplexy One of the Five Alcflchce Brothers I ct is si it T Death of Austin Peay Calls Forth Reports from 153 Correspondents r In 103 Counties of the Eulogistic Resolutions and the Second to Die Known Merchant A vVell Fully Deserved State tl t i h HZ 5 n k HOB fr f a 1 T1 1 i ti Kb For the August report replies are Mr Albert C McGehee the well jAt the regular annual meeting1 of known merchant of Guthrie died the Christian County Hunting Club received from 152 correspondents suddenly at Guthrie last night of representing 103 counties field at the office of C P Jarrett a smothering spell supposed to be Wheat on July Co in llopkinsville Ky favor- Â¬ due to apoplexy Threshing has progressed 26th 1898 the following preamble He had frequently had similar ably throughout the wheat belt and resolutions were unanimously Â¬ during July and the result in vari- spells while livihg at Gracey but adopted fol- Â¬ Dr Darwin Bell his family physi Wednesday Wiibreas It has pleased Al Â¬ ous States may be epitomized as a fair yield of cian understood 111s case so well Music Institute mighty God to take from our num- Â¬ lows Ohio has Michigan that he was generally relieved in a Devotion Rev J Mitchell beloved friend and compan- - wheat of agood quality ber our short while Music Jon Austin Peay to the happy the yield and quality are both ex This time he was takenillat7 cellent Indiana has a light yield Roll Call hunting ground beyond the river Illinois with oclock and grew worse until he Writing Legibility and Rap Â¬ with quality good therefore 11 oclock Â¬ died M B Thompson Resolvki That in the death of the exception of the southern sec- Â¬ Mr atMcGehee was one ot five Mc- Â¬ idity few counties in the northCopy Book R H Pendleton our companion that the club has tion and a east the yield and quality both Gehee brothers who came to Chris- Â¬ Movements Miss Mamie White Sustained a loss that js irreparable the yield and tian county from Virginia and have How the Schools Receive It Wisconsin TJhat he was a man of upright poor Iowa for many years been doing business Miss Deanic Williams character of unswerving truth and quality both satisfactory yield and quality both better at several towns in this section un- Â¬ Closed by Prof C C Monroe integrity that we can truthfully the firm name of McGehce Recess he was a Christian gentle than was anticipated one month der the Vay that Nebraska the crop varies Brothers Albert is the youngest Composition Why Teach It man which is the highest enco- Â¬ ago to die In Miss Jessie McElroy mium that can be passed on man widely in several sections of the of them and the second Â¬ State and will average rather be marcn law Jonn y was Kiueu in a Language Lessons E Poston that we greatly deplore his separa low than above the medium as to storm that wrecked and burned his Reproduction Thomas Payne tion from our midst Â¬ Anna Glass Austin Peay joined our hunting yield Kansas and Missouri the store at Old Bellcview near the pres- Letter Writing very ent site of Gracey When the store How to Correct Errors- cjub in November 18G9 and from crop failed to come up to the tjiattlme until his death he never poor prospects of July 1st Much was rebuilt it was locafed at GraBob Carrie Leavell failed to join us in ouryearly hunts of the acreage remained uncut and cey and Albert took Johns place Extent of the Work W Bronaugh When others were uncertain as to of that which was harvested a and Hugh McGehee a cousin was The Essentiality of the Text Book Pleasant Moore whether they would go or not we large per cert proved unmerchant- Â¬ admitted as the fifth partner At the beginning of last year The Relation of Composition to always knew where to place him able was Allensville branch Spring wheat prospects have im- Â¬ the His record is unbroken He was Sadie Snorton Thinking to Guthrie and Albert and proved inasmuch as the threatened moved Dora Randolph Punctuation always ready to do his part in every thinHe was ever ready to injury from rust did not occur to the Hugh exchanged places Albert go Paraphrasing Etc Ella Randolph ing to Gracey to be nearer head Its Importance Miss Jennie Poole extend the hand of sympathy and extent anticipated of July quarters with his oldest brother In Kentucky the month Help to the destrcssed and needy Miss Katie McDaniel Prof J P secretary has been favorable to threshing Jas W McGehee the head of the Jetton He was our recording Those in Attendance He wrote up oun hunts and had with the exception of last week of firm His health had not been good for Uiem published in our county pa- - the month when frequent Rhowcrs C C Monroe Instructor Miss Katie McDaniel Superin pers No one eyer started to read put a stop to further progress some time his failing health being it down Much less than the usual amount due to something like apoplexy tendent one of his pieces and laid Â¬ before finishing it He was a beau- has been threshed to date due to He was stout and robust in appear T II Ford T II Moore Miss M tiful writer full of wit and humor farmers having their crop in stack ance but in constant fear of the Caudis Ratcliffe C J Johnson Â¬ and frequently rose to the sublime and preferring to hold it in that smothering spells that finally car- B Thompson R H Pendleton J ried him off Tt was always pleasant to hear his form H Laprade J E Vaughn Rosa J lie was on the street two hours Allen Laura J Vaughn Carrie The question has yield equalled descriptions of the achievements successes and failures 6f different expectations resulted in 76 replies before being taken ill and appeared A Redel Bessie L Coleman Ma Â¬ members How often have we sat in the affirmative and 67 in the to be in his usual health but in a mie E White Alice M Moore around the camp fire and talked negative In 1897 the same ques- Â¬ few hours he was a corpse Ophilia B Robinson Deanic Wil- Â¬ He leaves three brothers James of the days sport and of the times tion elicited 100 answers in the liams Annie Mi Lundorman Jen- Â¬ affirmative and 11 in the negative Thomas and Sam McGehee pne nie Bradshaw Rosa M Howard that were passed and gone But alas we shall never have that To the question on quality 64 cor Â¬ sister and a venerable father bf Cora P Smith Cornelia Steele sules his own family of a wife and Wallie Alexander Lottie E Dade pleasure again We shall miss his respondents set it down as good 18 report it four little children 59 as average and genial pleasant face when we meet M A Davis Thomas Payne GW He was about thirty three years In 1897 110 correspondents for our usual fall hunt and our bad Robinson A L Burks J E 5 an of age hearts will be sad to think that we reported quality good Howser E O Lunderman Carrie Mrs McGehee was Sallie Lander Ratcliilc Nannie Williams T C will never more meet again in this average and no reports of bad daughter of the late Geo W Lan Â¬ Woosley J R Robinson W L quality were received - world but we hope to meet on the On the subject of free marketing der of Gracey jXjther shore and clasp hands there George Authur J Whitlock Augus Mr McGehee was a member of ta Browder G II Mills Ernest of the crop 18 correspondents say it never to be separated more There are but four of the original is being sold as threshed and 124 the Gracey Presbyterian church Brame Mollie Poston Jessie Mc- Â¬ members of our club that are left on say it is being hejd for higher and the Knights of Pythias order Elroy MaryX Allen Georgia G He carried 6000 life insurance Capt S R prices this side namely Glass Georgia Blakely Lizzie L 2 and will leave a comfortable estate The average price for No White J K Caudle J S Parrish Gish Annie L Glass Bob Carrie In He was a fine business man and in Leavell and L McCombs The others have wheat August 1st was 68c Kittie J Willie Gray crosfeed over and we too will soon 1897 the prices at the same date addition to his own business was Kincheslow J W Bass J W Bro manager of several other estates as naugh Ophelia Wills Sadie E 66c meet on the other side agent or guardian Rksoivkd That we extend to Snorton Elhi Randolph Dora Ran BASEBALL The funeral services will be held dolph R N Lander Peter Boyd his beloved wife and children our SlKCIAL at Clarksville at 11 oclock heartfelt sympathy in their great Flora B Moore Rosa L Allen Interment in that city loss Jennie E Poole II Belle Laprade KICSIJLTS OF YKSTKKDAY S GAMES That these resolutions be spread Mattie Leavell Bobella McNeal Boston 8 Cincinnati 0 PERSONAL GOSSIP Upon the records of our club and a Emma Bell Luthelis Robinson HOW THEY STAND copy be sent to his family Mr C A Brasher is visiting in Emma Mayors P Moore Julia Won Lost PC Crofton to day Clubs Hone bv order of the club Weakly Aerie D Stacker D W Lyman McComiis 33 65 663 Cincinnati Eld J W Gant of Elkton Ky Pettus L A McReynolds S R Committee P B Pknwicton Cleveland 35 59 628 is in the city this alternoon Driver II A Coleman Mary Boyd P M Bakkkk 59 35 628 Boston QMr W R Howell returned to Mabel Rogers Ella Boyd E Pos- Â¬ July 26 1898 38 52 578 Baltimore day from Murray where he has ton J II Anglin Ora L Robinson 559 41 52 New York Benjamin Russell Vassie P V been attending court NOTHING IN IT 44 54 551 Chicago Quarles Mattie J Ransom Carrie Mr I P Renshaw and wife 44 50 532 Pittsburg J P Jetton Maggie V Redd have returned from a visit to rela- Â¬ Watt Barber Yates Has Trouble With Philadelphia 49 43 467 William Knight Lilla B Camp tives in Kirkmansville 391 56 36 Brooklyn bell Carrie Ledford a Trigg County Darkey Mr and Mrs Jno D Elliott of 61 371 36 Louisville CHANGE IN FIRM NAME Owensboro will shortly take a trip 60 348 32 William Washington Early this morning to Europe Mrs Elliott was MiBs 69 29 296 St Louis Yates a negro from llopkinsville Emily Wheeler of this city The Mammoth Will Cease to be a was arrested and placed in the Miss Julia Reed and Miss Berta KOR TO DAY SCHEDULE Stock Company lock up for stealing a pair of shoes ilopson went to Madisonville this Philadelphia at Chicago and a hat from Jas 1 Martin morning to visit Mrs E P Blake Boston at Cincinnati from Cerulean Shoe The Mammoth Clothing another negro ley TO DAYS MARKET REPORT saloon on Company is now taking an inven Springs at Grahams tory and will after this week cease Edgar Browns Funeral Ninth and Court streets Both ne Â¬ Oorrimteil Ditlly My lieu ItiiwUiMt Hunker to be a slock company groes came to the city to attend the The busi Crofton Ky Aug 10Special unci Ilroker IIoikliivlllit Ky cfclebration Pnducah Register ness will hereafter be conducted by Mr Edgar Browns funeral Win Yates is a respectable color- Â¬ the linn of J T Wall Co the UhluiiK Murktit took place at his residence in Crof- Â¬ company being Mr R S Green city The charge ed barber of this Optf Illigt Closing ton at 10 oclock this morning He who has been one of the principal rigaiiibt him was dismissed when Cash Wheat 69 t There will be no 67 65 tf was buried at the Campbell grave stockholders jln oughtto trial and he returned Sept Wheat 66 ft change in the business manage near Crofton f Jhome the same day He says the Dec Wheat 65 65 64 tf yard ment of the house the change of arrest was the result of spite work Sept Corn 33 32 33tf Twenty Years Married and had no foundation whatever name being the only alteration 33 Dec Corn 33tf 33tf 2Q Mr and Mrs R W Roach of Mr Wall will go East next veck to 21 21 Oats Sept For Rent Clarksville celebrated the twen buy his fall stock 9 17 9 17 Sept Pork H 90 - Two story brick residence on Sept Lard 5 25 5 37 5 37 tieth anniversary of their marriage Will Wed To Nlght Went 7th street Apply to Monday evening with t 5 32 china 5 32 Sept Ribs 5 20 John Youno The marriage of Mr Hunter wedding Mrs Roach was fqnn Sept wheat puts 64 calls 66 Wood Jr and Miss Elizabeth D crly Miss ITcttie Dabney of Cndiz Remember the Halne Plowing in progress Union Blakemore will be solemnized at Place to get your fincvMerchant splendid corn crop and the finest Tlje amount of rain that fell Mon Â¬ the Episcopal church to night A Tailoring is by Fowright Pants and largest tobxeeb crop ever day andJTuesday was 84 of an rttaeotlcm Willi follow at Ik reui jniule for h 5 7 and SulU14 raiwulj Of this 38 fell Mouday- amf water mer plentiful Jhn inch W J --Blakeire iS20 - W4t 7th1 atriK oDoelt r 46Ti-m--- wMZ1 xt7w1lor tcAjara t mm -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - The session last afternoon was devoted to the following subjects C C Monroe Primary Reading G II Mills Reading Lesson Oral Reading Mrs Bessie Coleman District Library J W Bass Systematic Reading Alice Moore Howser General Discussion MissJvatie McDaniel CCMonroe Recess Spelling Miss Annie Lundertnan Miss Mary Allen Words Prefixes Prof C C Monroe Roll CalL Responded to by Gems After which the program for the evening session Was read Special - v r f jEfiiW Prices EST JWmI flRPm Mens FOR Tan THIS Shoes WEEK ill Willow Vici calf hand sewed 500 shoes for 399 kid all silk lop hand sewed 500 shoes for 399 Vici kid silk vestingjtopf hand sewed 400 shoes for 299 hand sewed 400 shoes for - Vici kid kid top Vici kid silk 350 vest fop hand sewed 350 shoes for 299 for -- Vici kid kid Ion hand sewed 350 shoes 4 x 29 Broken Lots of at 1 dip aiia nwou TBESB i Tan Shoes BARGAINS IRE SHOE FOE MEN PETREE V 8 B CO 4V m Â¬ 4 m1 l9 iu Mciuy CUlLUJ13IGUl a TUs it a mm m Im1 1 w400 PER Bmgoniiii imjiimwnmiaa YEAR flr c SPECIAL a Hosiery Offering ON w -- o XeU fcl rz Mte m Sale TO DAY Ladies real lisle fast black seamless hose double sole high spliced heel extra durable Ladies super maco imported drop stitch hose Q- - unc siik iiuisn uoiiDie soic ana iicci lnglicst ccllcnce in material and manufacture flt Hcrmsdorf dye ex- mm 1 I if Ladies beautiful iuinorlcd lisle hose supreme quality extra sliced heel double sole new style drop sf itch Ladies fast black and fast tan seamless hose - Cr 3C J imJlff Alens fast black and fast tan fine gauge seamless socks SO J Mens fine muslin hemstitched handkerchiefs variety of beautiful pattern borders in grelnF I I J Q Anothqr shipment of those splendid bleached vests for ladies with taped neck and arms Li S f XwUt 1 I - - - 28iu J Mi AiPYA J 1v fi WW VW rfM nHWww -- L T 0 jmmmlii