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AROUND AND ABOUT.
Another $1,000,000 was shipped to
Mrs J. ! Fargo, a popular woman;
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The cherry crop is aaid to be a
The strawbery crop will be doubled
I by the rains.
( jilwmovement is on foot to have a
The city tax rate of Frankfort has
been fived at $1.42.
Tobacco setting is all the rage with
the furmers just now.
An Italian talks of starting a rice
iatm near Middlesboro.
5?he rains of the last few days have
Mlde the farmers rojoce.
5jJJtfudge M. J. Durham and Ben Lee
yAurdin debated the financial
'tion in Jessamine County Saturday.
Charlie Wheeler and Capt. Stone
made silver speeches at Burgin Saturday
to 500 voters.
Miss Ida Henry, a popular Graves
county girl, is said to have committed
suicide by jumping into a cistern.
R. Monarch has sued the
jo City Railway Company for 57,250
for breach of contract.
The wife of Wiley Steel, in
,gan county, has presented him
Jordan Phillips.a colored'preacher,
was hung at DeWitt, Ark., for the
murder of his wife last spring.
The notorious Mrs. Dyer, convicted
of the wholesale murder of babes in
London, has been sentenced to death.
Some of the dramatically inclined
young people at Mayfield are getting
up a play for the benefit of the ball
The' meeting of the Seventh district
order of the State Medical
is to be held in Frankfort on
-- Miss Victoria McClain, of Graves
County, Ky., made an unouccessful
attem.pt at suicide because she thought
hor'lover had jilted her.
Judge Alex. P. Humphrey, of Louisville,
and Gen. P. Wat Bardin, of
Harrodabu'rg, debated the financial
question at Mt. Sterling Saturday.
Maj. Burreli Lawless, aged ninety-six,
a lawyer and a Confederate
died Saturday at his homo near
A Councilman of Middletown, O.,
was forced at the point of a pistol to
apologize on his knees for saying
mean things about a man. n
A crank attempted to shoot Jim
Corbett, the pugilist, at Hot Springs,
Ark. Corbett knocked the revolver
aside and held the man until a policeman
""fkPn account of illness Judge Ban-adjourned
the United States District
Court in Covington until December,
and returned, to Louisville He . is
-suffering from bronchitis.
Insurgent Commander Romero,
captured by the Spanish after a fight
in which he was badly wounded, was
-executed by being shot while he
knelt. His last words were "Viva
John K. Taggart and a man named
ySardin were killed and twelve other
men were injured six fatally, by the
premature explosion of dynamite in a
coal mine near Big Stone Gap, Va.,
Saturday afternoon. Taggart was
one of the most prominent coal operators
iu the United States.
Editor W. P. Walton, of Stanford,
was blessed last week with the arrival
of a bouncing boy which the mother
named W. P, Walton, jr. Then came
the father's appointment as a trustee
of, the new State Reformatory. May
honors continue in that household
The Times is informed by Mr. S.
H. Perkins, administrator of the late
S.-H. Sullivan and agent for the
widow in the adjustment of
policies' carried by the deceased,
that on last Monday he settled with
the Fidelity & Casualty Co., of New
York, and that all the policies car
ried by Mr. Sullivan, both life and
accident, aggregating $95,000, are
now fully satished. Klkton Times.
Williamsburg, Ky.,May 23. Judgment
was rendered ,in the circuit
court yesterday for $4,000 against the
Louisville and Nashville Railroad
Company for failing to keep its ticket
office open at night and to provide a
comfortable waiting room for its passengers.
The judgment embraces 400
alleged violations, and the jury as-
-&, V ses8ed$10 for each offense. An
n peal will be taken by the company.
Annulling the Constitution.
Frankfort; Ky., May 23. The benevolent
institutions of tho'State win.
In the Court of Appeals this morning,
the whole court Bitting, Judge
handed down a half dozen opinions,
some reversing, some affirming,
but all beinsr in favor of the big in
stitutions which claim exemption.
Wt' Jumped From a Train.
Sam Smith, who waa being brought
back from Toxaa to answer a charge
ofv attempted rapeat Dixon, Webster
county, escaped from tha officers
having him in charge by jumping
from the windowof "an express train
nearlNashvfiie, Tean. Ho was soon
re-captured,. however, unhurt, and the
journey was resumed.
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SEPARATE Cd ACHES.
Held to be Constitutional! by V. 8. Stpreme
Washington, May 118. The Su
preme Court of the Uriited States decided
to-day, in what is known as the
"Jim Crow'' car case of Plessy vs.
Ferguson, that the statute of the
State of Louisiana requiring railroad
companies to supply separate coaches
for white and colored persons, is constitutional,
affirming the decision of
the court below. Justice Brown delivered
Justice Harlan dissented.
A similar case from Kentucky is
now in the United States Court of
Appeals, having been taken up from
the Federal Circuit Court of the Kentucky
district, in which Judge Barr
held that the law WilH linnnnstifnrinn.
Endeavor Meeting This Week.
The following Hopkinsville people
who will attend the Paducah convention
Friday have been assigned homes
as noted in the register:
G. E. Gaither and Lizzie Gaither
with Mrs. Van Culin, 408 South Sixth.
Cornelia Wallace, Mrs. Allan
Arthur Wallace, James
Nick Naither with Will Weaka,
226 North Seventh.
Ada Braden, Fannie Rodgers, Selena
Hill, Jas. Yancey with Mrs.
Guy Starhug. Will Starling with
Ed Bradshaw, Fountain Avenue.
F. A. and A. Wallis.Mary Starling,
Anna Kelly with D. A. Flournoy,
Seventh and Harrison.
Robt. Stowe, Mra. Robt. Stowe,
Master Robert Stowe, Kathleen
Stowe with John Flegie, 531 Clay.
Belle Stowe, Anna Stowe with
Jennie Gla8s and friends with Rev.
B. E. Reed, 809 Court.
Hattie Long, Robbin Caruthers
with J. K. Bondurant, E02 North
W. S. Hale with Geo. C. Wallace
Grace Donaldson, Lida Donaldson,
Albertine Wallis with C. D. Ewell,
303 North Sixth.
Lizzie Long, Hettie Long with
Adine Morton, 612 Broadway.
S. N. Vail, Clara Bonte with B. H.
Scott, 25 Madison.
Rev. J. W. Mitchell, Rev. J. W.
King with Mattie Vaughn, 503 North
Horace Condy with J. K. Bondurant,
502 North Sixth.
Hattie Dietrich with Ed Atkins, 314
J. S. Forrey with Mrs. Gilbert, 526
Jas. Higgins, Claud Clark with
Wes Arnold, 520 South 6th.
Sue Bullard, Carrie Dyer, Robt.
Reeder with B. T. Davis, 1102 Monroe.
Trigg Hunter with J.- T. Hutchen,
81x More Votes for Silver.
Laamie, Wyo., May 21. The Wyoming
Democratic State Convention
held here today was harmonious.
With a platform of only one plank,
not much time was lost in the proceedings.
The platform ia as fol
"It is resolved that we, the Democracy
of Wyoming, demand the free
and unlimited coinage of silver and
gold as primary redemption money
at the ratio of 16 to I, without waiting
for the action of any other Government."
The delegates to Chicago are Ex-Gov.
John E. Osborne, Carson county;
Robt. Foote, Johnson county;
G. W. Brail, Albany county; John
Dyer, Laamie county; M. L. Blake,
Sheridan county, and J. W. Sammom
No mention waa made of President
Cleveland or his Administration and
no choice of candidates for the Presidency
was expressed or discussed
by the convention.
On account of the inaugural ceremonies
of theTennessee Centennial at
Nashville, Teun., June 1, the L. & N.
will run special trains, and tickets
Children should be happy
and plump. A child of seyen
should not be thin and pale,
with the aged look of twenty.
No aches; no whines; no
house-plant. Running, jumping,
should grow in weight and
strength; eat heartily and
show plump cheeks.
5cott's Emulsion of Cod-fiver
fills out the sunken
cheeks and gives color to the
lips. It furnishes material
for the growth of bone, and
food for the brain and nerves.
It lays a strong foundation
for future growth and develop
SCOTT'S EMULSION bat b'tn rnJarttJ by tbt
ntrJical prottsttoitfor Ivitnty yrart. Cfi' your Doc,
tor.') Tbii it becaute tt it alwa
uniform alwajt I tonttint the purett &Qortvt(un
Cot-liver Oil iiHjrpoptotpbttei.
Tut up in to cent ai$i,oo uret. The tmitll tirt
purr be'enouth to curejoifrtouzh Of belpjour bsbj.
Highest Honors World's Fdr,
MOST PERFECT MADE. -A
pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fres
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
will be sold at one fare for the round
trip on June 1 and 2, or on any regular
trains until June 4. Train will
leave Hopkiusville at 5:10 a. in., arriving
iu Nashville at 9:10 a. m. Returning,
leave College s'reet depot,
June 1, 11:00 p m.. June 2, at 7:00 p.
m. Special rates of one cent per
mile will be made for echools of 25 or
more traveling together.
No Excursion to Ola Point This Summer.
On account of the ruling of the
Eastern Trunk Line Association, no
club excursion rates to any of the
Eastern resorts will be permitted this
summer. This announcement will
be received with regret by those who
have gone to Old Point every sum
mer, and enjoyed this most pleasant
outing. The only cheap rate East
will be to the Christian Endeayar,,
wheih meets in Washington in July.
The rate will be one fare, and tickets
will be on sale from 4th to 8th of
July, good returning until July 15tb,
with the privilege of having tickets
extended until July 31st. Those who
desire to go on the Endeavor trip
should begin to make their arrangements.
Any information will be fur
niahed by Mr. T. E. Bartley or W. A.
Ex-President Harrison's articles
have proven such an enormous
success with the Ladies Home Journal,
adding over 100,000 to the circulation
of the magazine, that the series
will be extended beyond the original
limit. Tne nas now
reached the treatment of "The
President's official Family" in his
series, describing the relation which
each Cabinqt member holds to the
Preaident. Then he will show "How
the Senate works" and "How Congress
Legislates," each in a separate
Slarshal Monger Marries.
Herndon, May 25.-Mr. David Men
ser, town marshal of Dawson, and
Miss Ora Brown, the pretty daughter.
of Mr. T. B. Brown, of near here,
were married this afternoon by 'Rev.
L.ove, o JLatayette. The couple will
leave tomorrow for their Hopkins
Gen. Kairchllds Bead.
Milwaukee, Wis., May 23. Ex-Gov.
Lucius Fairchild, ex-Commander-in-Chief
of the G. A. R, died to-night
Reported by Iatom. Kmdry & Co.,
LIVS STOCK COMMISSION MEBOHANTS
BOUBIION 8TOCK YABD3.
Louisville, Ky., May 23th 1896.
Cattle. Receipts for the week
1298 and 247 calves. Shipments 306.
The receipts have been light since
Wednesday, and there has been but
little change in the market, the trading
very slow, and no quotable change
ia prices. At the close today the
the pens were fairly cleared, but the
outlook is not very flattering as the
demand seems to be very limited.
Cattle Extra shipping
Very dull 3 150 to 3 75
Light shipping 3 25 to 3 50
Hest butcners. 3 40 to 3'90
Fair to good butchers 2 85 to 3 35
Common to medium butchers... 1 00 to 2 40
Thin, rough steers.poor cows and
scalawags 1 24 to 1 50
Good to extra oxen 3 00 to 3 15
Common to medium oxen 1 60 to 2 50
Feeders 1000 to 1200 3 40 to 3 60
Stockers l 7C to 3 00
Bulls 1 60 to 3 00
Veal calves a 60 to 6 00
Choice milch cows 23 00 to 8000
Fair to good milch cows 10 00 to 20 00
Hoos. Receipts 13126. Shipments
8350. The market ruled dull on
heavy and medium hogs today, best
selling at S3 00 to 3 05, while choice
light shipping hogs were in good demand
at $3 15. All sold, prospects
Hoos Choice packing and butchers,
325 tb to 3001b 3 00
Fair to good packing, 180 tt to
i(25 tt 3 00 to 3 05
Good to extra light, 160 lb to 180
ft .T 3 00 to 3 05
Fatshoats,120 lb to 150 lb 316
Fat shoats, 100 lb to 120 lb 3 15
Roughs, 150 lb to 400 ft 2 40 to 2 CO
Sheep and lambs. Receipts for the
week 5836. Shipments 5312. Market
ruled strong on choice lambs, best
selling at $5 25 to 5 50, good fat
sheep at $2 75, to 3 00, whije common
tail end lambs and poor sheep are
slow sale, and more of that kind coming
than is wanted.
nlnit sheep 2 75 to 3 00
FaYr to gooS ........ 2 25 to 2 60
Common tomedlum H?'.0!!?
Bucks 100 to 26
Extra I'm .. 625 to 5 60
Fair to good Teunessee 4 10 to 6 CO
Cqmmon to medium 4 00 to 4 co
A man suspected of being Jack
Earl who killed'Wm. Colrin in Taylor
county, was arrested yesterday
near New Haven.
It is reported that another attempt
will h mndft tn collect the Carter
county railroad tax but little credence
is given the rumor.
"H folks rides in
Poor folks walks to places."
3E The foregoing is another of those old saws
8 that have played our. At the prices now
ing on both horses and carriages the rich and
the poor, the high and the low can ride. One
h& only to be judicicious and careful as to
and he can well afford to buy a buggy in this
good year of 1896. If you want the best we
have it. If you w; nt the cheapest we have
that. In both cases you got the best for your
money. If you want a narrow dudish affair that
will bring you and your best girl in closer relations
we can sell you one. If vou are the
father of a family and want a carriage that
packs four times we have that. You are sure to
find what you want in our repository and at
prices you can afford to pay. Come and let us
show you through our stock.
IOth and Main Sts.
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