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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, March 07, 1899, Image 2

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to come and for
their benefit we
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NEW TRIAL GRANTED
Veach Matter to Come Before the
Court March 9
C S Veach who was fined 100
in addition to 50 days in the work
house on a charge of cruelty to his
wife has been granted a new trial
an affidavit having been filed to the
effect that one 6f the jurors in the
case was related to the plaintiff
The case is set for a hearing March
9
Sad
BILL OF 1861 PAID
Amount Due Contractor forCarry
ing the U S Mail
A bill was passed in Congress
last week authorizing the payment
of 46945 to T R Mason of Adair
ville Kv it being the amount due
him as contractor for carrying the
United States mails between Spring
field Tenn and Hopkinsville in
1861
MRS M HANNA DEAD
News to Her Host of Hop
kinsville Friends
Mrs Theresa Hanna wife of Mr
M Hanna formerly of this city
died in Madisonville last Wednes
day of grip after an illness of two
weeks She was 49 years old and
the mother of ten children all of
whom one survive her She was a
member of the Catholic church and
the interment took place in the
Catholic cemetery at Earlington
DEATH FROM FEVER
Young Lady Succumbs to an At
tack After a Long Illness
Miss Etta Marquess oldest
daughter of Mr B Marquess of
Sinking Fork died Saturday night
after an illness of several months
of fever aged 25 years She hail
been a crippl since infancy Her
mother preceded her to the grave
only two weeks ago Tne inter
ment took place Sunday afternoon
in the family burying ground
Suffered a Relapse
Officer John West is again quite
ill He had been sick vith the grip
for nearly a month but way able to
be out last week when he suffered
a relapse
John Taylors Present
Kennedy Ky March 6 Born
to the wife oflr John Taylor who
lives on the Barker homestead
near thiri place a fine girl baby
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THE POLITICAL POT
Begins to
Boil In
County
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HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY TUESDAY MARCH 7 1899
JW rpri zls
JUDGE EVANS
The Louisville Man Catches On
to a Lifetime Job
Succeeds Judge Barr as District
Judge For Kentucky
Washington March 4 The Pres
ident to day nominated Walter
Evans of Kentucky to be Judge of
the United States District Court for
the District of Kentucky thus set
tling a contest which has recently
been of absorbing interest in the
Kentucky delegation and especial
ly the Republican part of it
A short time after the nomination
was sent to the Senate that body
went into executivesession and the
appointment of Mr Evans wascon
firmed without delay
Mr Evans was born in 1842 in
Barren county entered Federal
army in 1861 began to practice law
in 1864 elected to Legislature from
Christian county in 1871 ran for
Congress and was defeated in 1876
defeated for Governor in 1879 made
Commissioner cf Internal Revenue
by President Arthur in 1883 re
turned to Louisville inl885member
of fifty fourth and fifty fifth Con
gresses and defeated for a third
term by Oscar Turner Democrat
last fall
Christian
Two Candidates Spoke Yesterday
And the Town Will Be Full
of Them Friday
Judge V B Fleming Democratic
aspirant for Attorney General filled
his appointment at the Court House
yesterday and a big crowd was on
hand in spite of the inclement
weather Judge Fleming is a fine
speaker and made an old fashioned
Democratic stump speech that
roused his hearers and elicited
much applause
Hon James Andrew Scott of
Frankfort Ky who is a candidate
for the same office armed in the city
Sunday night and was accorded a
division of time by Mr Fleming
At the conclusion of the hitters ad
dress Mr Scott was introduced
and made a strong and eloquent
speech in presenting his claims for
the nomination he seeks
Both speakers made fine address
es and impressed their hearers
most favorably
GOEBELS DATE
Changed to Next Friday at 1030
a m
Senator WmGoebelsappoiutment
has been changed to next Friday
the day of the convention at 1030
a m He spoke at Hartford yester
day and will to day go to Lexing
ton to attend the committee meet
ing and return by Friday
IN OTHER COUNTIES
Instructions for Dempsey With
Little Other Information
Reported
Louisville March 4 -Reports
from the counties of the First rail
road commissioners district give
but little indication of interest in
the county convention nearly all
the correspondents simply report
ing instructions for Dempsey
Among the counties instructing
for Dempsey are Daviess Hancock
Union Webster Todd Henderson
McLean Caldwell Warren Muh
lenberg Hopkins and Fulton
Christian Trigg Crittenden
Breckenridge and Hardin gave no
instructions
Lyon count the home of Capt
Stone instructed for Tandy
Fulton county adopted a resolu
tion condemning the Ooebel election
law
Todd count adopted a resolu
tion endorsing the Louisville Dis
patch
In Henderson count Morgan
Stanley a Hardin man reported a
resolution instructing for Dempsey
and naming Hardin delegates but
Judge Dorsey a leader for Stone
jumped on Stanleys list and
had the convention to authorize the
chairman Ad Young to appoint
delegates and be named chiefly
Stone men
A QUIET CONVENTION
An Agreed Case and Delegates Un-
instructedfJ
The county covention Saturday
was a quiet and good humored at
fair The friends of all the guber
natorial candidates got together in
the morning and agreed not to have
a show of strength but approved
a list of delegates givng all a fair
representation As a result of tins
agreement delegates are for Har
din 5 for Goebel and 5 for Stone
the alternates being divided the
same way
Secretary Geo E Gary called the
convention to order in the absence
of the county Chairman and was
elected Chairman and Walter S
Hale chosen Secretary of the con
vention
The only motion made was to
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Childrens Jacket and Pants ages
6 6 8 and 9 These goods 1 SO
are worth S3 1 and So for JU
Mens Wool Mixt Half Hose tho
very thing you want for cold Olp
weather worth 15c for 3
Japouette Initial Handkerchiefs IHp
Meus Black Cotton Mackintoshes
fancy lining other houses are
Belling them at 2 and 2 50 1 Eft
our price IUU
Mens fancy Ribbed Underwear snt
teen faced pearl buttons sizes
Shirts 36 40 42 and 41 worth
50c SEE OUR SHOW OC
WINDOW for au
9 Boys gray and brown all wool
Album Meltom Overcoats hand
somely tailored Bizeq 14 15 C Cf
16 and 17 worth 10 for u JU
DELEGATES LTEKNATEs
Geo E Gary W A Long
ChasMMeachamT M Darker
W A Wilgus J W Riley
Geo F Campbell Darwin Hell
J T Hanbery L T Brasher
J C liuckner J K Forbes
Geo V Green J D Dade
Buckner LeavellM H Nelson
L L Nichols
F W Dabne
Albert C Cox
C H Bush
S G Buckner
Frank Rives
W R Howell
L C Craens
Albert Kelly
W L Parker
W S Hale
J J Chappell
R MWooldndge
H 11 Abernathj
W E WartieldJrW C Bell
The delegates were uninstructed
butjwill cast a complimentary ote
for Webb C Bell on the first ballot
if there should be a roll call
A committee was appointed to
make arrangements for the conven
tion to meet here next Friday
MR JAS R WOOD
Former Newspaper Alan Died in
Nashville
Mr Jas R Wood died at Nash
ville Tenn Saturday at noon He
had been in Dr Stones Sanitarium
there for ome time and his death
w as not unexpected
Mr Wood was for ten jears or
more editor of the New Era and
retired from that position when his
health failed three years ago He
vas a brother to Messrs Hunter
Wood and Alfred Wood of thiscity
He leaves a family
His funeral services were held
yesterday morning at 10 oclock at
the Ninth street Presbyterian
church of which Mr Wood was a
member The interment followed
in Hopewell Cemetery
Insane at 88
John Bennett an old man 88
years of age was adjudged a luna
tic in the Livingston county court
and ordered to the asylum here
At one time Mr Bennett was one
largest tax payers in that county
but becoming surety for others he
lost his fortune Brooding over his
financial troubles caused his in
sanity
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To our many friends we extend our thanks for tho up to date eeaBon that wo
have had Our trade so far this season has been greater than any previous
season This Bhowa our goods were correct and our prices right Wo got
our goodB in nt the proper time and our prices sold rhem So it does not re
quire any humbug advertisement these days The people have learned tha
theao big advertisements dont always mean good value
What we advertise
Is just as we say
There is no humbug about it nor the way we got it nor tho way we soil it
Below aro a few things that wo have shut our eyes to tbocoat and put on our
Job Tables Wo will sell at these prices as long as thoy laBt
30 dozen Mens and BoyB Linen Col
lars worth 15c and 20o each Iflp
thrown out at per dozen IVJl
Sizes 12 12 14 14 16 16J 17 Y
Childrens Cotton Underwear Shirts
and Drawers sizes 16 18 20 On
22 24 2628 30 prices 510
a garment
Childrens Kubbars sizes 12 to Ifln
H price Ul
Childrens 50c 75c and SI 00 OC
Waist for CQ
Childrens Jeans Xneo Pants ORa
35 and 40 at
Childrens all wool long Pant Suits
ages 9 10 11 and 12 worth 1 Cffc
S3 400 and 500 for Iuu
Boys Corduroy Knee Pant O 9R
Suits worth S3 for CCiJ
Boys Wool Mixt Buckskin OC
Glovea worth 50c for
J T WALL
Successors to Mammoth
point the Delegates whose names
were submitted as follows
Clothing
Shoe Co
MET ON MAIN TRACK
j Two Freight Trains Collide-
man Siightly Injured
Fire
Two L iV N freight trains col
lided at Kelly station Friday night
and both engines were disabled
Two cars were also pretty badh
damaged Frank Harrison fire
man on the north bound tram was
buried under a mass of coal in tht
tender and badl bruised but not
seriously injured He lues in
Nashville and was able to bi taken
home the next morning The rest
of the train men escaped tnjurv
Fhe trains had orders to
Kelly and the south br
meet il
jound train V
arned nrst and was standing on
the main track when the north
bound train Crashed into it Tin
accident caused no delay of other
trains as they could pass around
the wreck by using the sidetrack
NAMES REVEALED
The Unknown Confederates Bur
ied under the Latham
rionument
Mr lleni C Gant President of
the Bank of Hopkinsville found in
an old bank desk Friday a memorandum-book
belonging to George
K Anderson of Gtton Gin Tex
which disclosed the names of 101
unknown Confederate dead whose
bodies are buried around the
monument unvailed in 18 erected
by Mr John C Latham of New
York at a cost of 14000 The lo
cation of each grave with the name
rank and regiment of each soldier
is given The dead soldiers be
longed to the First and Third Miss
issippi Seventh Texas Eighth
Kentucky regiments and Forrests
cavalry When the bodies were
moved the bones were placed m one
grave and it would not be possible
now to identify them
Killed While Hunting
Henderson Ky March 4
Graves a fourteen year old lad
met his death while out hunting
The gun was accidentally discharg
ed blowing one aide of hia head off
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