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No orders of importance have
bceu made in circuit court to day
Messrs Dixon of Henderson
and Perkins of Sebree Ky are
attending circuit court represent
ing the plaintiff in a suit of Jones
vs The Germania Insurance Co
An equity case of minor
tance betwecd Wall and Bingham
was up in circuit court this morn
1 ing
Mr L Yonts of North Christian
was this morning sworn in as a
member of the bar of Christian
county
The Veach Case
Following is the abstract of the
court of appeals decision
L N Railroad Company vs
Charles S Veach Filed June 10
Appeal from Christian CircuitCourt
Not to be reported Opinion of
the court by Judge Bttrnam
firminir
First It was a question of fact
properly submitted to the jury as to
whether an injury caused to plain
tiff in coupling two of the defend
ants cars of a peculiar construction
unknown to plaintiff would have oc
curred if he had used a coupling
stick provided by the company
Second It cannot be said that an
instruction was erroneous which
nifVinirh jrrhuninir a number of
propositions together properly di
if rnrfpfl tin attention of the iury to
tVin pnndlHnns unon which the
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BASEBALL
SPECIAL
HOW THEY STAND
Clubs Won
Cincinnati 33
Boston 32
Cleveland 30
Baltimore 26
Chicago 27
26
New York 25
Philadelphia 19
Brooklyn 18
Washington 18
St Louis 1G
Louisville 15
SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY
Louisville at St Louis
Philadelphia at New York
Cincinnati at Chicago
Baltimore at Brooklyn
AVashington at Boston
DAILY MARKET REPORT-
78
69
32 ji
33
24
21X
62
85
45
As
f plaintiff was entitled to recover
and was not misleading to an ordi
narily intelligent jury
Joe McCarroll H W Bruce D
t
B Warfield for appellant W S
Pryor John Feland W R Howell
C H Bush for appellee
RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS GAMES
Chicago 9 Cincinnati 1
Baltimore 6 Brooklyn 5
New York 11 Philadelphia 3
Boston 2 Washington 1
Lost
15
17
18
19
22
23
23
26
27
32
31
35
Corrected Dully Hy Hen ltuwIliiH Hunker
and llroker Hopkinsvllle Ky
Cash Wheat
July Wheat
Sept Wheat
July Corn
Sept Corn
July Oats
Sept Oats
July Pork
July Lard
July Ribs
Chicago Market
I I I Closing
80
78
70tf
32
33
24tf
21
9
5
5
62
85
45
75
68U
32
32
23
20
CO
75
45
Sept wheat puts GGI calls 69
New York Stocks nntl Cotton
I Opg I Higt Closing
Aug Cotton 6 46
Am Tob 1 14 tf
Chicago Gas 99
1 05
52
1 04
1 33
23tf
46
1G
99
05
52
05 H
34tf
23tf
6 46
1 15
1 04
52K
1 04
132
23
ChleiiRolCccolnls To duy
Hogs 20000 Head
Cattle 2000 Head
Hop JUnrket
Hogs To day 20000
Hogs To-morrow- 17000
Light - 395
Mixed 400
Rough 390
Heavy 405
Total Cleuruncoa All Ports
Wheat and Flour Exp 700000 bus
Wants Hlin Arrested
Bettie Wheeler this morning had
a warrant issued before Judge
Leavell charging- Will Mackey with
breach of the peace Mackey had
not been arrest at 2 p w
Prof John Sollee of Beverly is in
town today
Mr Paul Keith oi Crolton is ti
the city on business to day i
Mrs Elizabeth Howell of Ju1ienJ
is visiting her son W R HoweUj
Esq T H Major and daughter
of Beverly are in the city today j
Mr Frank Ashmore of Crof tonj
is spending the day here wiftn
friends
Mrs Win Perkins of Trenton-
Ky is visiting Mrs J M Adams
to day
Miss Phronia Murphey of Stj
Charles is the guest of Mrs W 1
Fowler
Col C A Thompson returned
last night Irom a visit to French
Lick Springs
Miss Lizzie Allen of near Cadiz
is visiting Miss Kate Quick on
East Seventh street
Mr Peter Fox of Louisville is
spending a part of his vacation with
iriends in this city
Misa Buckner Lander has re
turned from a two weeks visit to
Madisonville
Miss Georgia Williamson will
leave to morrow foij Kansas City to
spend the summeiwith relatives
Mr and Mrs Gus Holman of
Adairville Ky arrived this morn
ing and will spend a few days with
Mrs S J Daltdn on East Seventh
street
Mr and Mrs Campbell Gant left
at noon for a short visit to relatives
at Hopkinsville going thence to Ce
rulean Springs to spend several
days Owensboro Inquirer
Miss Lucy Davis who lives near
Calhoon passed through the city
today enroute to Hopkinsville
where she has eccepted a position
Owensboro Inquirer
Mrs Emma Long and son Luth
er left Wednesday to attend the
Baptist Association at Hopkins
ville Miss Maude Coleman re
turned Tuesday from Hopkinsville
accompanied by her sister Louise
Princeton Republican
Miss Bessie Muir of St Bethle
hem who has been visiting her
sister Mrs E T will
return home to morrow accom
panied by Miss Hallie Collins and
Miss Myrtle Lawson
HERE AND THERE
Mr Gus Bradshawof the Casky
neighborhood is reported -seriously
ill
New styles in Baby Buggies just
in See and price them It will
pay you A W Pyle
Miss Lula Earle has been elected
to a position in the public schools of
Madisonville
Dr J A Vance an Osteopath
doctor will locate in Madisonville
next week
Rev C D Cody of Georgetown
will preach at South Union Sun
day June 19th at 11 oclock a m
Rev S N Vail wishes to sell his
line family mare with buggy will
dispose of her at a bargain Per
fectly safe for a lady to drive
The picnic to have been given
this afternoon by Misses Holloway
and McClannahan in honor of
Misses Holliday and Shelby has
been postponed
Marshals Lowry and Allison at
Princeton arrested Dan Odell a
painter He is wanted in Lawrence
ville Ills on a charge of highway
robbery After his arrest Odell
admitted his guilt and says he has
been in eleven States since be com
mitted the crime which occurred
last December He has been at
work in Princeton about two
months
painter
with Lexie Allison a
Mr E V Harrison has filed a
personal deed of trust for the bene
fit of his creditors naming Mr II
Leech as trustee He conveys allhis
personal and real estate except the
home place The feed mill proper
ty on North First street near Main
is included His many friends will
be sorry to learn of this The bus
iness of the firm of Harrison
Dortch will not be affected by this
action Clarksville Journal
Remember You
will ncld Hot Rolls Bread und
Saratoga Chips during the Baptist
Association Telephone 159 and
have my wagon call
J L MitMCR
The Cream Bread Baker
Colonel A C Baker died yester
day afternoon at 4 oclock at the
Residence of his son-in-law MVW
BKing The remains yiili be
taken to Galveston on the JQanta
Fe train this afternoon
Colonel Baker wasborn at Jrince
tqh Caldwell county Kentucky
antl was 66 years old He married
Miss Sue E Summer of Ofopkins
ville Ky and moved to Ciuippell
Hill Washington county Texas
before the war He was in the
Confederate cavalry a member of
Perrys Rangers At the close of
war he moved to Galveston where
he conducted a cotton factorage
business for a few years under the
firm name of A C M W Baker
At the death of his brother M W
Baker in 1870 the fini dissolved
and he and other moneyedmen of
Galveston built two cotton com
presses the Texas compress and
the Gulf City compress Col Baker
was superintendent and had full
control of these presses for a num
ber of years
Colonel Baker Was apast grand
commander and a thirty -third de
gree Mason and wlllbe buried
with Masonic honors
While Galveston was his home
after moving from Chappell Hill
for the past four years -he and his
wife spent a great deal of their
time in Houston at theresTdence of
Mr and Mrs B Kjng Mrs
King being his daughter
His wife and this daughter are
his only remaining near relatives
Houston Post June 14
Sunday School Workers
Paducah Ky June 17 The
following Executive Committee was
yesterday elected for three years
by the Sunday school convention
J C Strother Louisville M E
Church South Rev J H Eager
Louisville of the Baptist Churph
M W Neal of Louisville Cumber
land Presbyterian ChurchRev E
L Warren of Louisville Northern
Presbyterian Church J GrLpomis
ot Louisville Episcopal Church
Rev Fred Ranch Louisyille
Evangelical Association
Harrodsburg Southern Pres
byterian Church Prof E R Kay
Beaver Dam Christian Church D
Albert Stoll Louisville M
Church T B Sellers to fill an
Now Ready for Boarders
E
un-
expired term until 1899 The name
was changed from the Kentucky
Sunday schppl Union to the Ken
tucky Sunday school Association
The name of the State paper was
changed to the Kentucky Sunday
school Reporter Liberal
ses were made to the call for do
nations
-
Mrs J F Wells beautiful brick
residence on West Seventh street
has been completed and Mrs Wejls
has opened a boarding house for
the accommodation of the public
First class board furnished by the
day week or month Transient
business also solicited This new
building is large airy
ly located antl Has all modern im
provements including electric
lights hot and cold baths etc
Fare the best and rates very rea
sonable Parties desiring a pleas-
ant place to board would do we I to
ring 187 or call on Mrs Wells for
terms and full particulars
Mr Alayo a Lieutenant
George R Mayo ot Bowling
Green a former resident of this
city has been nominated as
ond lieutenant in the regular army
of the United States by President
McKinley Mr Mayo was on sev
eral occasions an actor on thV
stage here and mail clerk for sew-
eral years His many iriends in
this city will be glad to learn of his
promotion
Whew Isnt It Hot
Then why not get i Gas Ranor
and keep the heat out of the house
It is more economical than coal or
wood absolutely free from danger
of explosion can be purchased at1
jobbers prices with 30 days trial
and 30 feet of service pipe free from
the Hopkinsville Gas and Light
company iiowe uujiui
street Open from 7 to
evening Ask for Mr
Manager
Main
in the
Patton
Remember the Tlaine
Place to get your fine Merchant
Tailoring is by Fowright Pants
made for 3 5 7 and SuitsifH
im
iW i J j
I divide music into two parts
music and 3acred music Music1 is
the hirhiOny of sweet sounds t Ve
find music first and always in nat
ure The songs of birds the sigh
ing of the wind through the pines
the hum of insects in all the mo
tions of water wind and air we
find music
Dr Morril by the way paid his
way througluthe Theological Semi
nary of Chicago by playing an or
gan He says when choirs concert
and orchestrate themselves and
when the people join in then shall
we have church music
In the course of this talk Mr
Morrill accused Dr ftfaton of not
singing Dr Eaton now rose to a
personal explanation He said
Once I was sent for to see an ill
man He asked me to read and
pray I read and prayed He
asked me to sing I sang he died
therefore I never sing any more
The subject was fifrther discuss-
DR JMFROST
Secretary S S Hoard
ed by Rev J N Prestridgs Rev
W L Jones Rev E H Maddox
and Dr Eaton Dr Eaton spoke
of the wonderful singing at Spur
geons church London where there
is no chojr but a precentor or lead
er and singing by all the people
He spoke also of Dr Archibald
Browns church in East Loudon
where the same rule holds
Announcements followed and the
body was dismissed by Rev W D
Njwlin of Nicholasville Ky
Dr Andersons Sermon
Last night at 8 p m at the Bap
tist church the sermon before the
ministers meeting was preached by
Rev J H Anderson of Owcnton
from Ephesians 6 10 Mr Morrill
presided at the organ Rev I P
Trotter offered the invocation Rev
J Q Bow read Second Corinthians
fourth chapter and followed it by
prayer Then followed the splen
did sermon and the dismissal of the
congregation by Mr Anderson
The Whitsitt Matter
The association can hardly es
cape a renewal of the controversy
over what has become known as
the Whitsitt controversy Dr
W II Whitsitt prepared an article
for an encyclopedia taking a posi
tion on baptism antagonistic to the
teachings of the Baptist church
Being at the head of a denomina
tion school he was at once taken to
task District associations all
over the state adopted resolutions
of censure and asked him to re
sign The general association
last year asked the Kentucky trus
tees to use their influence to se
cure his resignation and the Mis
sissippi ussocirtjon took still more
radical action and adopted a reso
lution withdrawing support from
the Southern Baptist Seminary as
long as Dr Whitsitt is at the head
nf it
It is believed that the fight will
come up hereto morrow as soon as
the associatiinj convenes by the in
troduction ofa resolution similar
to the Mississippi resolution last
year
Dr Whitsitt is on baud and ready
to assist and the delegates are fast
dividing themselves into twoclasBcs
Unless all signs fail there is liablij
to be a lively time on the question
when it comes up u j
Trabue AndersoriReturnt
Trabue Anderson one of the
Hopkinayillc boya at Chickamaugn
returned last night ITe was un
able to pa the physical Examina
-
tion
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