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LXXII HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKYTUESDAY OCTOBER 301900 l JI NO 8T
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Tan and BrownQ 50J
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GOV BECKHAI
To Speak Here Friday Ai
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Gov Beckhani has authoriz li
the announcement that he will
speak in Hopkiusville next Friday
at one oclock p m He will leave
at 527 for Guthrie and speak at
that point at 7 oclock sharp
INFLAMMATION OF STOMACH
Causes Death of Mrs Maloney
Near Bainbridge
Mrs Viney Maloney wife of Wil
liam Maloney I C tie contractor
from Eddyville died last Thursday
night near Bainbridge after an ill
ness of several weeks of inflamma
tion of the stomach and bowels
Mr Maloney had been engaged
for some weeks with a large force
of hands getting out crossties for
the railroad company and had tem
porarily moved his family to the
Bainbridge neighborhood
His wife soon became ill and
gradually grew worse until relieved
by death
The remains werekhippedto Kut
tawa Satnrday and interred near
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TWENT1 ONE JOINED
Result Of The Baptist Revival
That Closed Friday
The revival at the Baptist church
closed Friday night and Rev ten
G Broughton returned to Atlanta
On Sunday morning 21 converts
united with the church viz
Baylor Abernathy Rose Louise
Carr Mary S Carr Beulah
Cravens Mary L Dyer Will H
Forbes Tom Goldthwaite Carl
Keach Martha Hard Wick Nell
Hollingsworth Birch Hollings
worth Leslie W Henderson
Mattie Linton Luther Long
p Louis Payne Jas P Pyle Mrs
Sadie Regan L P Regan Charlie
Ritter Rooner Ritter Louise
Ricketts Most of them were bap
tized Sunday night by Dr Nash
CIRCUIT COURT
Commonwealth Docket Pretty
Well Finished Up
A number of Commonwealth cases
have been continued until the
spring term and the docket is
pretty well up Only minor cases
have been claiming the attention of
court during the past few days
and the session will likely close to
morrow
morrowThe L
The case of John Wilson charg o
with murder will come up today
on a motion for bail
William Nance malicious shoot
ing dismissed
Will Blair convicted of house
breaking and given two years has
been granted a new trial
ODDS LOWERED
Effects of aryans Speeches and
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Scotts Trust Break
The Bankers and Brokers Book
ing Association of New York has
announced the following betting of
fers to hold good until Nov 6th
On General Result 2 to 5 on Bry
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On Illinois 4 to 5 on Bryan
even money on McKinley
indiana even money on Bryan
II 9 to 10 on McKinley I
I Ohio 5 to 7 on Bryan
even money on 26000
plurality for McKinleyI
On Kentucky even money on Mc
Kinley
On Kentucky 9 to 10 on Bryan
West Virginia 5 to 4 on Bry
an
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ME u BIG MEETINGS
Hundreds of Democrats Turn
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Out to Hear Speeches
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jptfrdny Night a Quintet Of
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The Democratic orators arc
farming up to their work asthe
thecit1iipaign
airipaign draws to a Close On
Jafi Saturday night five big rallies
werel
werelaigely
The largest was at Lafayette
Where four speakers entertained a
Ir Wd of 1500 people The band
ibys having returned from the
whirlwind campaign were on hand
to make music The speakers were
ftD Moore of Princeton Judge
Thos P Cook and Senator IL C
JRenshaw The crowd was an en
thusiastic one and Lafayette is
ready for the voting
C B and F I Fraser Rev J li
King J S Ragsdale E R Bo
gard Edwin Garner and Walter
Garner were the leaders in prepar
ing the rally Mr Jas B Aliens
worth presided and introduced
the speakers There were several
floats and d parade from Bennetts
town to Lafayette with banners
and torches An increased Demo i I
cratic majority will be returned
from this district
Mr W R Howell addressed a
crowd of 400 at Pembroke and here
tOo was found a degree of enthus
iasm unanimity and determination
never before equaled The Pem
broke Democrats were stirred up
by Mr HoWells eloquence as they
have never been stirred before and
every man will do his duty
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ptmen at Bluff Spring aDdhi s
crowd wag all that could have bed n
asked He found much evidence of
the good work done by the bandwagon
wagon campaign This precinct
gave Bryan 28 majority in 1896
This time it will not be less than
thanl
Judge Geo F Campbell spoke at
Fairview to a crowd from both
Christian and Todd and his audi
ence was large and appreciative
The meeting was a fine one
At Laytonsville only a few miles
from Fairview Mr J C Duffy ad
dressed a crowd that overflowed
the school house A strong club
has been formed in this part of Per
rys district and the Democrats are
in a fine shape
MUST SERVE TIME
Lower Court Affirmed in Grand
Larceny Cases
The Court ot Appeals has affirmed
the decision of the Christian Cir
cuit Court in the cases of Henry
Slaughter Wiley Johnson Buss
Radforrl and Frank Rives all
colored convicted of grand larceny
at the February term of court and
sentenced to the penitentiary for
three years each When the cases
were appealed sentence was sus
pended pending the decision and
the prisoners have since been in
jail They will be taken to Eddy
ville this week to serve out their
time The quartet were convicted
of stealing tobacco from Lougview
farmers it will be remembered
and the + trial of the cases consumed
nearly a week of the Spring term
NEW CHURCH MEMBERSHIP
Being Largely Increased by Series
of fleetlngs
There have been a large number
of additions to Falson Hill colored
Baptist church as a result of the
series of meetings now in progress I
The meeting is being conducted by
Rev J L Allensworth the pastor
assisted by Rev B Boyd and will
continue about two weeks longer
The baptizing will take place the
second Sunday in November
Mrs T T Watson has returned
from a visit to relatives in Cadiz I
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Our all wool English Kersey
Black and Blue Black Over
coats made up in the latest
style by the best tailors is
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when goods were 25 per cent
cheaper than they are at
present also our Imported
English Corduroy Suits madeI
up Single Breast Double I
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J0TEGYPTIAN
EGYPTIAN CORN
Taken From a Tomb and Grown
In Illinois
J W Parkinson living near
Mattoon Ill has raised on his
farm several bushels of corn the
seed of which was taken from tomb
in Egypt and is over 3000 years
old The corn is of a peculiar va
riety never seen there before and
attracts much attention
Arthur McGaughey Henry Jr
A little guest Arthur McGau
ghey Henry Jr arrived at the
home of A McG Henry intheNew
stead neighborhood on the 7th
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THREE DEATHS
Among Colored People Within
Past Few Days
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George Owsley died at his
home on Elm street Sunday of
fever He was about 65 years old
Louisa Broxton aged 50 years
died near Howell Friday Death
was due to dropsy
Ella Massie died near Edwards >
Mill Friday aged 18 years
Mrs A Fruit and daughter Misa
Annie have gone to Liberty Mo
to visit Dr J P Fruit

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