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The daily Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1898-1898, April 29, 1898, Image 4

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Sxla w nter at Millers
Best home made candies at
Brjkllns f of fresh home Wade
Tropical and Domestic friiits
at Brcslins m
All new vegetables at WsUlia
grocery to day and to morrow n
Cooks for accuracy purity and
f promptness in prescriptions
Cooks Instant Headache Powder
fotimddses for 10 cents Is the best
grocery can furnish
9- you the fresliest strawberries and
other vegetables
L Wifd Goose Liniment is the sland
ardi remedy for rheumatism and
neuralgia 25 cents per bottle
4 Afrcsh line of pan candies every
day at Millcrs
JUslreceived a nice line of fruits
at Millers Telephone 159
Engage your strawberries for
Sunday at Wallis grocery 75c
Hot cream bread at 430 every
evening Millers bakery
Now is the time you want hot
rolls for supper Telephone 159
Millers bakery
See our line of buggies and har
ness before buying
J B Foley Co 108 Main St
Try Millers chocolate cream
The South Kentucky Medical As
sociation will hold its beventh semi
annual meeting in this city begin
ning May 24
Richard M Newcom an engineer
on the Illinois Central railroad com
mitted suicide at Henderson be
cause he had consumption and was
forced to give up his job lie leaves
a young widow His home was at
H C Keys of Calloway county
indicted by the Paducah circuit
court grand jury for nesting tobac
co gave bond in the circuit court
There were four indictments and
his bond in each was fixed at 100
Among the topics to be discussed
flit State Commercial Convention
will be aplan to expedite the set
tlement of land titles and develop
the mineral and other resources of
Mr A Walker Wood who has
been confined to his bed for more
than six weeks with a very sore
leg the result of a fall from a
bicycle is able to be at his place
in the New Era counting room
armory tins evening
frlfaA rPrt
The State Commercial Convention
will make an earnest effort to ex
tend and improve our country roads
Vto enhance the value of agricultural
products by diversifying out pro
ducts and considering the best
means for reaching the worlds
We are getting in some very
handsome cuts under surries and
other nice carriages for city use
Our prices on high grade work are
very reasonable and our styles are
up-to-date J B Foley Co
108 Main Street
Qft rf1if Isthehousekeepers
papOilO best friend iyou
never useu it asic some one
wno lias and act on their advice
Only 10c per cake or 3 cakes for 25c
War Risks
Following telegram received
The risK of military service in
the existing war with Snain will
not effect the Accumulation Policy
of the New York Life It will
-therefore continue to issue policies
absolutely free of all conditions to
good citizens whether members of
hc National Guard or not
Apply to
Wavhsr F Caknctt Co Agts
W F Garnett S E Trice Jr
f v Dance at Armory
Tllwc will be a dance
at the
are fnnunrri t u
vnt with much pleasure
At Utiles Chapel
Rev II D Smith delhercd an
excellent secmon to a large congre
gation atllillis Chapel last nieht
SOAPS ir lne ot Toilo
A rK Soaps is large and
Sfftt Wo cuu
In quality and prico
A f
v nJrry Montgomery of
Geo Thursday to
visit fccidfiBiir Mr J o wvi
WA frdg5 on South Main street
Oplc Read and William Llghtfoot
Vlssclicr Were Here
Two of the most distinguished
men in American Literaturewcre in
the city yesterday and spent
Jal Hours
Dnlfi Read and William Linhtfoot
Visschcr bolh of Chicago and both
cx Kentuckians who are an honor
to their native State are on a joint
lecturing tour and have had a
annus of dates throutrh this sec
tion Tuesday night they appear
ed at Owensboro before an audience
of 1500 people Wednesday night
they had a large audience at
ganfield They came over the I C
at 2 oclock and left at 513 for
Bowling Green
Mr Read was formerly editor of
papers at Franklin and Scottville
and later was with the Nashville
press He lounucu ana made tne
Arkansas Traveler famous Since
removing to Chicago his literary
career has been one of uninterrupt
ed success
Mr Visschcr is a mombcr of the
staff of the Chicago Times Herald
and a contributor to the leading
magazines and periodicals He has
published a volume of poems which
stamps him a genius of the highest
order He is one of the most popu
lar members of the Chicago Press
Mr Read and Mr Yisscher will
probably return to Hopkinsville in
the fall to fill an engagement in
which event an enthusiastic audi
ence will greet them
The Cora Van Tassel Company
made their initial bow toaHopkins
ville audience lastnight presenting
Dumas wonderful combination of
pathos and humor Camille Miss
Van Tassell is an actress of far
more than ordinary capacity She
falls a little short in the emotional
scenes but this is atoned for by
her sprightness and vivacity in
the lighter scenes
To night the company will
produce A Fair Southerner a
war drama in four acts The plot
of the play is woven around an in
cident of the late war but in such a
delicate and artistic manner as to
cause offense to neither the North
nor the South
Miss Van Tassel enjoyed a run
of nine weeks last season at the
Fourteenth Street Theatre in New
York in this play and could have
remained the entire season had not
previous arrangements interfered
An Employe of Forbes Bros
Planing Mill Severely Hurt
Alex Hardin a colored man twen
five years of age employed at
Forbes Bros planing mill was
seriously and perhaps fatally hurt
at 103 oclock yesterday afternoon
Hardin is employed in the lumber
department but was assisting some
workmen in removing debris from
the boiler room
now undergoing re
While stooping over to raise some
bricka heavy beam used as a
support fell across his back He
was knocked unconscious to the
floor A vehicle was quickly called
and the unfortunate man taken to
his home at Gainsville
It is possible that he has received
some internal injury
HfSVP y 8Peu M If not
uavo strike ThoRED FRONT
they have it
fir Norton Preparing Ornament
for the Brooklyn
Mr W P Norton proprietor of
Winona Stock Farm and nart own
er of the great race horse Orna
ment and the sensational filly Mary
HempsteadJ left Thursday for New
York to complete the final arrange-
ihuikh mr starting Ornament in the
Brooklyn Handicap
Ornament has been a favorite in
this great stake race since the
books were opened He is i
condition and is being trained by
luiiimr owner Mr Patterson
Mr Norton will be joined in New
York by his partner Mr Hal
Headier They will return t
of Louisville next week to see the
Kentucky derby run
Mrs Lillian Herndon of mm
burg county is the guest of her
aunt Mrs Ellen Phelps on Eigh
teenth street
Mr Ed Smallhouse ofv
t 3
young man of fine business capaci
ties and his bride isa young lady
of rare accomplishments whose ad
mirable dispositionals well as her
many other excellent qualities has
endeared her to a large circle of
friends The groom is to be con
gratulated upon having won such a
1KllSONAli oossir
Mr and Mrs Gus Stevens are on
a visit to Morganfield
Miss Ilattie Jesupjis visiting in
Hopkinsville Clarksville Times Q
Mr T S Winfgte of Church
Hill spent Thursdayinthe city
John Garrett a prominent -citizen
of Walloniawas in theTcitv Thurs
day l
Mrs J L Thacker Lafayette
spent Wednesday in thTcity shop
ping f
Dr and Mrs A FJStanlev are
r Kfr
Bowl in r
Green spent several days - in the
city this week
Messrs Isaac Garratt and J P
Garnett of Pembroke were in the
city yesterday
Mrs John D Elliott of Owens
boro is visiting her father Dr W
G Wheeler
Mr Harry Hopper of Pulaski
Tenn is in the city shaking hantlsl
with old friends
Mrs Fanny Thornton of Padu
cah has returned home after a is
it to Miss Jennie Boales
Miss Lela Hargraves of Nash
ville who is visiting relatives at
Casky spent Thursday in the city-
Mr J C McKinney of Haleys
Mill left this city yesterday for
Gilbertsville Marshall county to
visit Ins son Mr Jas McKinne
Mr John Thompson who has been
very ill of appendicitis at the Hill
House for a week was reported
slightly better yesterday evening
Mr AlexCrabb of Howell Ind
is here on a short visit to his moth
er Mr Crabb ifc in the L N
Mr CT LeGarmo
the Standard Paper Company of
Cincinnati visited the newspaper
peoqle Thursday
Mr M Wilson business man
ager of the Madisonville Hustler
was in town Monday The Hustler
is preparing to start a
Fell over a Fence and Sprained
His Ankle Sunday
Mr Gus Moore has been confined
to his room during the entirejweek
as the result of a sprained ankle
Mr Moore was climbing a fence on
mv w r Nortons farm live miles
south of the citv when hi- vn
wrenching his ankle in a most pain
ful manner He will be out next
Base Ball Game
Cincinati April 28 Cincinati 5
Cleveland 3 All other games post
A Day of Inaction
Washington April 28Thc Sen
ate did nothing to day
TUONDpi it s a Cubau hand made
ugan7aQW Jb8 hheflt lonor at
tho Worlds Fair ISO All weaskia
a trial
fir Vlncd Williamson and Allss
Lillian Henderson United In
Wednesday at the
dence of Jildjru A TL Anderson two
miles east of this city MrV M
Williamson son of Mr T ty Wil
liamson led to the altar Miss Lil
lian B Henderson one of the most
popular and attractive yoitngladlcs
of Hopkinsville
At half past eight the bridal
party in the presence of a largq
number of friends and acquaintan
ces entered the parlorHvhere they
were met by Rev W i K Piner
nastor of the Methodist church who
in a beautiful and impressive cere
mony Ounitcd them in the bonds
of matrimony
After receiving congratulations
the happy couple were driven to
the home of the grooms parents
where an elegant supper was
served IT
Mr Williamson is K an energetic
Hartals By Wire
Chicago April 28 Special -There
was an exciting opening1 of
wheat to dav There was an ad
vance of 3 cents over yesterdays
closef on Liverpool No 1 Northern
wheat touched 144 May wheat in
Chicago reached 124
Corn was active and followed the
course of wheat All provisions
were strong
Bishop Dudley
BishopThomas U Dudley will
preach at Grace Episcopal church
Sunday morning At the conclu
sion of his sermon a class will be
1 package XXXX Lyon Arbue If-
kle of Lenvring coffee
1 box tneks 1 tin nun I nin nun 1
10 elntllftH I
nino nr nno ninn
1 set knives and forks regular QE
50 cent goods vv0
1 vogetablo alieer needed in ov Qn
ery family OU
1 quaker wash board the beet OC
board ever mndn COlt
1 chamber and tap its a splen JOEp
did value C3vj
1 flour bin every one should OC
haye it UJ
1 water coolor sure to 1 QC
please fi0J
Above prices are for the present
and guaranteed to last
Still at Bowling Green
Leauder McCutcheii the Elkton
rapiat is still in jail at Bowling
Green The Times says of him
MeCutchen or Bourne as some of
the papers call him is enmll and
looks to be not more than fourteen or
fifteen years of aie
He denies that ho is guilty of ihs
offense audstuted that he was on one
side of I he wheat field and the girls
on the other Talking further he
said that they were little girls aud
both were barefoottd When a6ked
how he know they were barafnnfnri
it ho was no closer than the other
side of the wheat field ho said that
they raised up their feet
Aluminum is the best
Table Warn nxrar
duced and we will be pleased to have
you call and examine it The U S
Government has made a thorough
test aud adopted it for use in the
army This make can uot be appre
ciated without being seeu NOW ON
Tom Rodman to the Front
Thomas Rodmau only sou of Dr
James Rodman of this city who re
sides in Louisville has enlisted in the
Louisville Legion for service in the
Cuban campaign Mr Rodman is fine
ly drilled and will enter the ranks bb
a well informed soldier He was for
merly Lieutenant of Cadets in a large
military Bchool and is competent to
command a company if his servrcos
in that capacity should be needed
Dr Rodman with his son in the
army will be represented by a son
son iUflaw and nephew m the war for
Cuban liberty His soniu law Lieut
WHH Southerland of the USNavy
is at present in command of the
Eagle iu tho Bquadron blockading
Havana His nephew Lieut Hugh
Rodman is an officer on the big
cruiserRaleigh in the Asiatic squad
ron now moving against the Philli
CnffPt If y wa t the best
vuxicc U80 nothing but
has no superior At any time you
wish to teat the quality call at Gal
breath Enuis they serve C S
Mocha Java
Inpln Mfl a e name of the
freezer made and if you need a
freezer dont fail to call and examine
Lillian Ball 5h nmv in tdd r
The Ladies Home Journal and one
ui nor roconi acniovemonts was to so
cure a photograph of the Czar with
her own camera Thin a mnf tiv
cult to do in Russia where every ono
With a oamera hnnnmrui i aani
But the RiiBsiau olficors helped this
bright American girl Mis Bell will
tell the s ory of her capture of the
Czar iu the June Jpurnal
litlQ Ay Soods
you want
lrn to 10 oKh
Wo make a apoemlty of every thiue
in the chewing and smoking line
Lot of nice horses
Laynos stable
for Bale at
Candies n8 s
excelled Wti malro n nnylu If n r -
ftlegant 10 cut package thnt h sjm
JlJ UHV U Blglit
It r ti
Wi f
Kuiimiili MI - I j
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lllll SsHf
M I Ml- W
No imUtMmJ
iniiiiini 1 1 fc
that Bring D
usj Wm
m Business
dcsi uuuua ran esirrices
Ijitim any shelf counter or
tawlfin flic store we can con
vhJce yon of tnis
Iifiro Arc a Few Examples
JjOC a ya a wo0 ancy trs soods
Op a yard for a line of splendid new novelties stylish
TltOO and good a
j Q Ladies jersey ribbed veste low neck no sleeves
XOO Laes fine Reached lisle vests faced neck and armsj
Op Mens fine seamless socks fast black and mixtures soft
quality line guage
4OC Mens handsome madras laundered negligee shirts
1 Kp Ladies 40 gauge fast black seamless hose Equal fd
JLJkJ 25c rnnds oknwhrp
- i rT5j i ti
WHiuicii iiue iusi uiuck anu xan nose aouoie Knee
Jyfi JEfqual to 25c goods elsewhere
IOC Alinen towefs good size excellent quality
Kp a yard Simpsons black and white fancy satines and in-
aigo Diue prints
A AO Extra vaue satine strP corsets 2 side steels per
jOlxj feet fitting
9p Splendid amoskeag A F C fine dress ginghams in new
and handsome effects
r T
Calf Skin and Vici Kid in all shape toes at
4A 1 r y is 2 V o
Sjp iZg - - 5X v X
mmmmmm m i m k iwm u TOdYtrc
W As- R5I 5TMH3 - 0oT0nj
0f the Celebrated
Wear Resister Shoes
150 200 and 250 0i
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Ihc WeeMj Ldtiisville DispatcW
And lBb
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