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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- Wrt U P ZJ A ci U K r tt v ii 9 HOPKINSVILLE tSf - Mika M0RMTG APRIL 29 Bombardment of Mntanzas New York Aoril 28 A disnatch from a correspondent of the Herald who was a witness of the bombard Â¬ - RIPA 188 Vfffi FOR I PEIOE 2 CENTS v WAR FEVER IN THE len his own people is shown hi the fol Â¬ lowing self explanatory letter which he received Wednesday Mr T J Williams Trenton Ky Dear Tom Your friends visit to express tlipir favor and EOoli wishes to ydu as the lirst volunteer from the goodold town pf Trenton We hope for your success and safe return We will think of Hovering Over An Erstwhile We ask you to accept thisyou ofteiu Spirit enclosed 50 money We hope it nTay be1 of some comfort to you Peaceful Community From Your Friends E C Stockwell JaS Winegar H B McChesney H W Maynard Br J S Dickinsonf J F 0 Deeply InterestedThe La W Wilsori J W Chesnut Crunk A Women and Rev P Lyon P E Bacon to Moye WAITM StTLE CITY OF HOPKINSVILLE oUMts -- ment of matanzas by the American sbjps says Admiral Sampson this afternoon tfpmbarded silenced and pretty twell destroyed the Spanish batter- hb in position ana in course oi con- Â¬ struction at the entrance of the har- Lor of Matan2asttHc did it with the flagship New Yorfk the moui tcJjL Puritan and thPcruiser Cincin- Â¬ IS SPANISH SQUADRON A Decisive Engagement is Expected to Take Place In SuWg Bay ToMorrow nati No pnd o the American ships was CMlta tliam Light Guards Are in Readiness Co D In Minnture struck the Spanish gunnery being SPANISH SPY ARRESTED AT PORT EADES MINNEAPOUIS wild There is no means pf knowSAILS UNDER SEALED ORDERS ing the number of dead and wound ed on the Spanish side It must be Â¬ Â¬ yCaptain Fcland Instructed to Keep in Touch With His CompanOrders May tome at Any nour many Notes of Local Interest fr iT V i T m nvv In therwindow of Galbreath Ennis confectionary there is avery handsome shield designed by Cor- Â¬ poral Chas O Prowse On the face of the shield appears in mina- ture photographs of every officer and number of the Latham Lifrht Guards including thecompan3fgen erous pazron John C Latham and the companys Sponsor Miss Tony considerable While the New York Puritan Graphic Description of the Bombardment of Matanzas Eorts ir And Cincinati were reconnoitering W Crumbled Under Rain of Shot From in force for the purpose of locating and destroying the formidable deAmerican Warships fences being constructed the flagiship was fired on by the batteries SMk - V on Point Rubalacaya arid Point Maya guarding thcentrance to the harbor The New York replied firing her incti gtm on the port side She steamed boldly in between the bat teries and soon blazed away with both Tj roadside at them The Puritan The Puritan steamed in behind the New York and engaged thefor tifycationon Point Maya while the New York went to starboad close up to the land and poured her shells into Rubal Caya The Cin- Â¬ cinnati which had remained well astern under orders signaled for permission to engage and received it and was soon fifing her guns at the fdrt on the west side of the bay The batteries fired explossive sheljs and most of them fell wide of the mark One burst just be Â¬ yond the stern of the New York exoloded and a schrapnel - shot rt - r above- her It took the three ships just eigh- Â¬ teen minutes to silence the bat- Â¬ teries The last shot that was fired by the Spanish came from Point Rubal CaysQThe Puritan replied withone of her 12 inch guns The snell struck the battery with wonderful accuracy and blew up a portion of 8 - Ware v f i t - TnnlCnTtJtiKrANivaW unabieto The local situation is not without brow secure a revised 1listr of the roster its sentimental phases and situa- Â¬ of theteniple of ag am and the doors sast night tions Such things are a sweet and janus are ciomcu tender sequence p every war For On the streets night ana day EagerForthe Fray instance the brave young soldier there is hurrying to and fro Fx om The Company may beaidprto be lingers long at the gate of the girl national colors many windows the ate flying Hopkinsville ts not qe- - in shape to Ynovev when the order he is abottt to leave behind him hind in patriotism with singular comes Patient drill work and ex- Â¬ He tells her every night at the gate unanimity swells thectirrentof pop cellent instruction has put the new that he is expecting tp leave next ular enthusiasm Vehicles and bi recruits in fair condition while all morning and each night the last cycles are bedecked with bunting of the old members are splendidly fond good bye is said and repeated Hfe tells her Their a thousand times nnrl flnn s and streamers Hund drilled and well equipped Â¬ with martial how his heart will turn toher when reds of men and women are wear bosoms ar bursting ing dainty and fantastic pins em Â¬ ardor and like Jobs War Horse far away in Cuba and when the bossed with the flag emblems of they say ha balnvt the sound of creamy kiss of the salty serf is their patriotism Even the button the trumpet and smell the battle heard upon the shores and this is not the dnlv kiss either that is To afar oft fiend is getting in his work At noon yesterday Capt Feland discussed there at the gate when a Hell With Spain is a sentiment friendly cloud floats over the pry Â¬ received the following telegram appears upon many a lapel that ing moon Oh yes hell wear her Bowling Green Ky April 28 These indeed be warlike Jjimes picture next his heart and if a of WaU85s thojfnspi- - Capt John Feland and the spirit Keep in close touch with your Spanish bullet should find him his ratipn of the hour Youthful sol- Â¬ diers in the garments ofwaiaremet cqmpany will receive orders in few last thought will be of her T J Smith Col pon the streets tneir orignt regi- - hours Cannon to Right of Them When the soldiers were apprised entals in strange comrasi wit The news ofyvar has penetrated AH of this message their enthusiasm e scenes of a few weeks ago was boundless At the armory last to the remotest corners of the coun- Â¬ alor and epaulettes and chevrons they parade the admired of the night there was the usual crowd of try Many illiterate people from fair and the envy of the civilain soldiers and enthusiastic spectators the distant districts know nothing At night the scene is even more an Â¬ The imminence of the order to move of the situation further than that imated and inspiring The streets did not disconcert them nor dampen the country is at war and that 1 Several days ago In the vicinity of the arniory are in the least their martial ardor On war Is h a couple of typical Reubens were crowded with nien women and chil the contrary theirvspirits leaped Sliren Soldiers in uniform ami with the possibility of soon facing standing at fhe corner of 7th and Capt Fe Â¬ Main Sts listening in Cefluadl of reendts are seen march their countrys enemies - land does not think that the Third wonder to a group of gentle Â¬ ing ana counierjirli tiling imiovci13 ur- - Regiment will bs ordered out before men who were discussing the latest ig the difficult evolutions About that time a ished bayonets gleam and flash Tuesday when all of the companies war news wagon loaded with heavy gas pipes ndev the electric lights And will move passed by One of thebewhiskered oyc the measured tramp and the Flags For Co D swains turned to the other and accoutrements wnpf warlike iftatheommanding voices of the The Latham Light Guards if hoarsely whispered in his ejir Bill aint them cannons oificers The abrijJcyfcach night is they should go to battle wfll march ladiqw8 Khgir pres- - under flags given them by their Bill looked disgusted at his com Â¬ crbwdeci with dlvn people This afternoon at 3 panions ignorance and silenced him enfce and ihenvupauseTHHliotim t oclock at the Clay street building with this answer rmvfiii invliirL lHMPUJIHlHHlMVJii 51 flag purchased with the contribu- Â¬ Ov course tlieys qannons dont TUsho wlui eedu tlio Irvtwjainu vhfi tions of the school children will be you know pothin rr hrath nd tol8 lliq Nyarrloru lieurt tp tfevda of formally presented to the company The Maine Explosion It will not be a sljk banner bit a j fUuj for daily use It will be no Weeding Out Process Mr V Lewis Bamberger has le8H appreciated however by the the newest novelty on the war MMcmq the announcement that Ken- Â¬ It is a picture of Havana VMk fyai quota of the volunteer army soldier boys who will always re question member the little hands that gave harbor with the Maine anehorea in fL f4vo he reduced and that 84 In tneneantime the fund for intend pf 103 was to be the it purchase of the 6Uk flag con Â¬ the harbor Gen Blancp stands in the Havana protesting thut he knows tof each oomnniiv the tinues to grow and now amounts to nothing about the blowing up of the companies have H Maine A Spaniard is skulking he mn about S hind Blanco and by igniting the junnivvajr er 5 J it 1Mric7r6f tfca mpstWnuhir recruits paper at Blancos hand it burns in Km Jif 1 iiUe company a train under the water to the Maine k anHv- Jfch MiiT 1 V r 4vNtt mMHRPJfli H arenton where a cap conculeUn the paper a WW lAkJ jnr vf line explode Mowing P Hw lili n VntfiMftftBtUmii KLiZz pICWW W Pa vl1 popyrifnwfl t mand -i tji uJl uudoubtMW hum ft uWeac pipingr times of peace have ended grim viaged wai whose front has for so lony been It is a very artistic piece of work and has been greatly admired His Voice For Peace Ed Jones voice is for peace He is a Confederate veteran and rjass ecf through the valley of death and the wilderness folloyingMarse Bob He worethe gray and is still loyal to the color His love for the stars and bars did not perisli when the V He flag- was furled and laid away js one of the countys most valuable JIHl citizens true to every obligation of cjtixenship but he isunreconhtruct Mr Jones paid ed and unwhipped the KnNTUCKiAtf a visit Wednesday On his breast he wore a badge 4i VlHwhereupon was inscribed Peace on Earth ancLGood Will to Men were anxious for service will be The Romance ptWar lisapponted - The Spanish fleet under Admiral Mundjo put into Subig bay to day and is awaiting Admiral Dewey wlio must pass that way enroute to Manilla A great naval battle is expected on his arrival Saturday If Dewey wjns he will proceed to Manilla and effect a landing on the Phillipine Islands If worsted he will break fpr San Francisco as no reinforcements can be sent him in time tobe of service The Spanish Admiral has chosen his ground and is calmly waiting for his adversary and will risk everything pn one naval battle Deweys of the cruisers Olympia Boston RaleighConcordand squadron consists the gunboat Petrel and several other vessels The Spanish Admiral has only one good warship the Luzon and a number of vessels of 0 New York April 28 -- minor class Spanish Spy Captured A Spanish spy was arrest- Special New Orleans La 7tpr 28 ed and imprisoned at Port Eads thts evening He was in possession of full information concerning the plans and works and the strength or American batteries garrisons and fortifications His guilt is thought to be beyond doubt and he Will probably be court martialed and shot This city as well as Key West and other important ports along the Southern and Southwestern coasts is inspected with Spies ti ls 4 T Smth has wrinkled w Spanish Torpedo Boats Sighted Special Gibraltar April 28 Three large tbrpedo boats flying the flag of Spain were sighted in the Mediterranean waters off faie coast1 here this afternoon They were headed in a westerly direction and it Is thought that they will pass the strait into the Atlantic 1 pt qi T r vfM it Batteries In Ruins After waiting in vain for the Spanish to renew the engagement the ships withdrew leaving both batteries in ruins The fact that the Spaniards failed to strike such a large target as the New York towering as she does like a house out of the water was taken as evidence that they are not On the other hand good marksmen every shot that the New York fired after she got the range was pitched right into the batteries Eighteen Minutes In point of Jtime the engagement It lasted Must eighteen minutes at 1257 and ended at 115 began The Puritan and Cincinnati were left on guard at Matanzas and the New York returned to her old po- Â¬ sition All told the United States ships fired eighty six shots at the forts The forts fired probably twenty live shots But far more important than the destruction of the Matanzas batÂ¬ teries is the conclusion about the future which may be drawn from the bombardment This conclusion is that Havana is absolutely at the mercypf the United States ileet whenever we choose to opbn fire Admit That Blood Was Shed The Temabrarios Whereabouts BeunosAyres Apr 28 The Spanish torpedo boat that has been on this coast waiting for theOregon sailed from here to day S Patrolling the Coast Speadial United States Cruiser Columbia BristolMass April 28 anchored here to night for the purpose of keeping a close watch on the is coast Sailed Under Sealed Orders The United States Cruiser Special Eastport Me April 28 Minneapolis which has been patrolling the coast sailed suddenly from this port at 4 oclock headed Suoth Her orders were sealed and her destination is unknown s Wants His Own Officers Gov Mount will make a proSpecial Indianapolis Ind Aril28 test against Col Henry Lawton of the regular army acting as com l mander of the Indiana brigade instead of Gen McKee A War Balloon Â¬ Â¬ A 1 3M Jl The Signal service Uasditted a bal- Â¬ Special Chicago April 28 loon for naval observation with generators producing 400000 cubjc feet ofgasperhour in reservoirs THE SHENANDOAH morning spent his time Writing dispatches authorizing and ar ranging for the transportation pf the1 volunteers of Lexington The Second regiment will go to Lexing ton Monday the Tlurlj4wJLu go on a SWWflSWttVT iiiesuay anu tne n inns lay or later lkAfvf TlintPelnyo Scare New York April 28Rarfthat a Spanish Tfr-nl- r open-mouth- ed fluch Xalked About American Vessel Arrives Safely at Liverpool Liverpool April 28 The four masted American ship Shenandoah Capt Murphy from San Francisco reported to haye been captured by the Spanish arrived here safely The tug RathUn this afternoon met the Shenandoah off the south coast of Ireland and lowed her to Point Lynas for 1500 as the com Â¬ mander of the Shenandoah was un Â¬ willing to risk her being intercept- Â¬ ed Her cargo owing tp hn it ad Â¬ vance in the price of whuui is worth 350000 s V quadriftiRfl A im j rSiB1 WM jtti ie XWP r - te mm SuffiA 11 1 Madrid April 28 Little cre dence is attached in Madrid to dis Â¬ patches from NeW York telling of the bombardment of MantazaB as the latter conflict with the pHicial reports The latter in addition to saying the Americans were obliged to re- Â¬ treat admit that several men were killedv and that some wdam- -- I 1 11 The Third Moves Tuesday age was uone w wie nvm exsaying that the American loss is Fvaukfort Kyj April iinHlly ington has not known Xw The forts pf Havana it is an Â¬ upon for the moWJiaatiou nounced Mre have pot ye fired a 1 profccyie the caunoji fcjtfty Gwrj Hraaieyv m naur nnw - states haYBnothingtoKti fytify and th reports seem vEMtf 1BH hunt uui ivinn oiuuu v WffcHe Ul Unit9d States navalf vjM wamM Several Spanish tprpedl x ruising in the Medit Hd ably wkWJ about the British seeking to cnptuje4vAtwMfty im er Z Chant vesslsk nAHAht The butlles n orron alaXk tW gunboat AiajMoua nr t mmm Pi W 1 JV 2 mX 28-L- ln decil arrlvd dayK cntjy at RfowSro u M a fmssrvr Mcnaxmwm w aw jce puvchaftad ft oprt LMiBHMHinn wmsssm bi oblijfd to IcavtJk nontr Theeruiif jljfl j Hoouruut wni uniy cei cwiMir im mmam i itm wimw TrVr MV f 3DMKVili o BBE3f J J M J Vj Zhe SDails Utentuchiari Published every morning1 except Monday OKAS M MSAO y Delivered by carrier to all paftn t DEFINITE DETAILS 1 The Call For State Troops Consid Â¬ Hi lAT the tlty at erably Changed Frankfort Ky tAK 218 MW r 18 CBWtfB WJX wxx April 28 The SXTMOlUKriOV xu I a nnuw S0Qtf qvwu - KK iMU1 XII ltp7 Week KATS8 hree Months dHciaLcall from thewardepartmenl 1Q0 Hlnn in 4Un nimilinr n men Titi tucky would be expected to send to To the Driving Public 1 i j- - rn ft rv ttk V R If Spain has a Phillipina handy the honor and dignity of the nation Uncle Sam is about rcacly to eat was received by Gov Bradley last The assortment of vehicles which we jnow have on hand- is the In presenting the first issued one with her night and is very much different result of a careful study of the wants of the peoplTof this section Thk Daily Kbstockias we do not from the reports that have been cir- Â¬ l We have the elevated gear or country driving and the low hung nces feel that a salutatory The bond issue of five hundred culated and published throughout In carnage tor city use million dollars lias been fully de the state add Kentuckys quota is iA k hary Tub Kkstuckian is now A d i bonds will be materially reduced Instead of year and it enjoys the termined upon The its twentieth payable in coin calling for 4000 as announced Sec- Â¬ distinction of being able to point to ten twenties retary Alger only wants3240 men its past as an unbroken record of If Lieut Carranga at present of all told There will be only eighty success It has always endeavored Toronto has not succeeded in get Â¬ four men to the company including Â¬ to meet the demands of its constit ting up a fight he might go to Cuba officers instead of 103 The regi- Â¬ uency and it now finds it necessary and try Fighting Rob Evans mental officers are also reduced The Second and Third regiments a paper oftcner than to publish Tin Daily Kentuckian is not as have now three majors but only The daily ivkn twice a week large as Some of the New York two are required The majors in tockian will be issued every morni- dailies but it must be remembered the Second regiments are n ng- except Monday and its news it is only a day old C Owens Congress gressman W bervicc will cover the field at home man Colson and J Lmbry Allen of v need not be alarmed Lexington As to the m Our friends Mr Colston will prob- and abroad up to 2 a paper it is here to pecause we start on Friday it aby ithdraw and organize his character of the Friday is cavalry troops or v will be given was done by design speak for itself It starts out with our lucky day another office However he will be a circulation of five hundred copies taken care of Who will drop out ancLifa future is bright and hope In the War Department the be- Â¬ of the Third is notknown ww An ad Â¬ fujJBt will endeavor to merit the lief is growing that the campaign jutant or two will also have to step V support and good opinion of the proper in Cuba will not be in full down and out ari there will be no --J battalion adjutants the regiment people among whom it circulates operation before next fall k Affirm a adjutant performing all the duties t mmmn and in every respect fill the de Â¬ we nave the handsome cur under surreys for short burning Gov Taylor wants to command The cavalry companies are allowed mand for a bright newsy and pro- Â¬ troops in person and eighty six men each including off- Â¬ the plain jump seat the single seated phaeton and the knock about gressive morning paper There is the Tennessee has offered his services to the Pres- Â¬ icers and both companies have en- Â¬ cart We have some very stylish traps with adjustable seats and room for such a paper in Ilopkins ident The militia is mobolixed at listed 103 and seventeen extras will V4S single buggies by the car load In these we haveend side or coil be sidetracked for the second call ville and we shall not be satisfied three points and ready to move The governor is also instructed springs bracket front or piano bed Comfortable common sense until Thk KenTuckiax has found its A Spanish warship and a torpedo-- that the government will receive no way into every home in the city buggies with wide seats and M T buggies for the courting destroyer are in the Straits man under rank of commissioned to make boat No pains has been spared youths of this vicinity with rubber tires if you want theimthat way of Gibraltar on the lookout for officers under 18 years of age or it typographically attractive and over 45 The attention of the 11 American vessels no expense will be withheld to various captains is especially call- Â¬ make it a faithful record in brief of A telegram from Madrid says the ed to this fact and requested to kS Spanish iieet will nut be directed comply strictly to ir before the the days news Each It will be issued at an early hour ioward lifting the blockade of Cuba regiments are mobilized regiment will be allowed a surgeon in the morning several hours in ad- Â¬ but will be employed elsewhere and two assistants the latter to be vance of any other paper of the appointed by the governor and same date and the price is so low The spring thaw in Alaska is at they will have to be examined by a that every one can afford to hand nearly a month ahead of time board composed of a United States take it Thk Kkntuckian earnest and the premature breaking of the surgeon and two other physicians Lexing- Â¬ ly hopes to retain the friends it ice will cause the loss of much selected by the governor ton has been decided upon instead starts with ana gam many others property of Louisville as the site for mob- Â¬ from day to day ilizing the three regiments and The President lost no time in ap- they will probably go into camp The work of seizing Spanish mer- Â¬ pointing Win R Day as Secretary there the first part ot the week chantmen is going ahead and about of State The new Secretary is un- Â¬ Secretary Alger who selected Lou Â¬ isville notified of the ten have so far been captured known to fame but there is no tell- Â¬ change has been no and will i doubt give t jff This week the Mangrove caught ing what a Day may bring forth consent Among the high grade buggies we sell are the big steamer Panama and the Newport captured the sloops Pa The aggregate value of the Span- Â¬ TEXT OF THE WAR BILL wo uanuie a luimoer ott cheaD gies quete and Pirineo The Cincinna- - ish ships captured is now some- Â¬ and ti secured the flrt prisoners of war thing more than 3000000 At this The Resolution that Was Passed two officers who were trying to run rate we will soon even up the Maine the blockade in a small vessel score so far as the pecuniary loss in Less Than two flinutes JTiiesday is concerned The following is the bill passed 1 The West Point class of 1898 The lines of the blockade are by both houses of Congress Monday hfty five young men were grad Â¬ closely drawn and Havana is suf Â¬ A bill declaring that war exists uated ahead of time this week and fering from scarcity of provisions between the United States and the will be at once assigned to active One of the Spanish officers re- Â¬ Kingdom of Spain Be it enacted duty Of the first ten men six leased on parole bore a message etc were from the South Frank from Admiral Sampson to General First That war be and tlie Boggs of Pennsylvania stood Blanco same is hereby declared to exist first and T IS Merrill of Ken- Â¬ and that war has existed since the kMP VMV -- vHW tucky ninth in the class The State Department has been 21st day of April A D 188 in- Â¬ w w virK ro- - ri tt officially informed that neutrality cluding said day between the Uni- Â¬ The first American soldier to proclamations have been issued by ted States of America and theldhg plant his foot on Cuban soil was Italy the Netherlands Russia dom of Spain Lieut Jno C Fremont the eldest Switzerland Norway Second That the President of Sweden and son of the Pathfinder and a can Â¬ Colombia It is unofficially known the United States be and he here- Â¬ didate for President nearly forty that France and Great Britain by is directed and empowered to years ago lie landed from a tor Â¬ have done likewise use the entire land and naval pedo boat of which he is comman Â¬ forces of the United States andto der Measures are to be taken at once call into the actual service To the to recruit the regular army and the United States the militia of the sev- Â¬ Many lawyers are in Frankfort eral States to such extent as niav this week to defend the one hun Â¬ battalion of engineers The army will be recruited to the full strength be necessary to carry this act Jjnto r dred or more corporations indicted i of 61000 men The Louisville re effect for failure to report to the Secretary cruiting office is one of those at of State The defense will be that which Returns from Sunny Italy enlistments will be made for the offense was not willful but t the battalion of engineers Charlie Datillo the fruit vender technical Those out for self interest and economy on taking advantage- who left here July 4 last for jjaly of this cheap The first issue of Thk Daily The Prize Court of Inquiry to ad Â¬ returned to this city this week He r sale of strictly first class fronda just questions relating to captured was married to Miss Annie Bova Kentuckian arrayed in a hand some new spring dress and as full vessels is in session at Key West January 9 and the couple spenl the of news as an egg is of meat will be Its sessions are secret and its find- Â¬ honeymoon visiting relatives out this morning by daylight Take ings will not be announced until all They left Italy for the United slates the cases are settled The crews April 6 and were fourteen days it and keep posted of the captured vessels are to be crossing the Atlantic Datilkfhas quartered in the barracks at Key rented a cottage on Liberty street is a rare it The Secretary of War has de opportunity for consumers at this season of the year Our iienutaWri hals between Ninth and Tenth and tailed Lieut Herbert S Whipple West gone to housekeeping o mufrfr into service the Kentucky On arrival always been honest goods honest value the best that money canibTffafuT our mdttW On Saturday the United States here he assumed charge of his trponftjlled out by the Presidents He will report for will strike the contemplated blow in former fruit establishment near proclamation Cuba to establish a base of opera- the L dutyatfyiuiBville without delay N depot tions for the purpose of distributing -- l Walter S iliatt of the Lexington supplies The insurgents are said Farmers will Welcome he Change to be gathering in the vicinity for irerald lias gone to Norfolk Va The I C local now arrives in the V iM the purpose of aiding the American city at 850 a m instead of 1020 To theregularanny He is the everybody No jewing necessary to g first newspaper man in the btate to fleet Simultaneously the force at This will enable those living along thefcbotfcom price Ask and it J Havana will be engaged y lay down the pen for the bayonet of the line between Princeton and this 4Wr oe given a private Boldier aa The blockading squadron re place to come to the city carjy in r mains passive before Havana and the morning and transact their bus Â¬ We want every man boy and child in getsoiiic of The Chicago Record sayi the on does not intend for the present to iness in time to leave on cither of the afternoon trains The local ly man of prominence whd Jms so begin bombarding or draw the fire ar volunteered to go as a private of shore guua There js said to be leaves half an hour earlier than formerlydeparting at 430 p m la William J Bryan ofNebraska no intention of sending any of the under the new wchedule Thefe arc AU the rest want to raise retri vessels of the squadron to protect wM lf mmm nMmt no other change friUu North Atlantic port JI Lv on tin niili uuu JUST A WQRD ex-CoI - iJfti IfT M the front and assist in protecting fl 11 ft E - Â¬ lu wvvuiiun Ames Singer Parry Haydock Delkers Trovs buf if Buy Your buggies from us and WE will Be here to make our guarantee good w m W iht amejjjiai -- THE GREAT i CLOSING OUT SALE IS STILL GOING ON lookg u Â¬ At Manufaeturefrs Cost r Â¬ One price in r Hn plauffifflifeU yu wiP Â¬ Clirisliapouiilyo lmfm4 vJu thrutf LEfS a M ATTrnH fcT WQKHL f XLtft SJ y JTi - j J l U - ffl o ijl jW Njif nyeniifa o unc - fried on top of the roil But in cremflrcnge tiie reoi musp ye so ut htclied lo rod tjiat the driim wilt be ti the right 01 e apnijij iiwijiii it 11 - ATTHEeOURTHOUSE Georgia Rowland Enters Suit Against Her Husband for Divorce EDISON ON WAR WITH SPAIN Torpedo Hold the rokd and reel spool with the left hand And wind the spring OWflClttwns bV tUrhint the drum toward oiu j the same time pressing in the fii mbp pin fwliicji io on- the outer edge of the drum Tills allows the World kpool to run freely for casting To oK thoAfin rfer put tiercel in automatic operation turn the drum slightly in the same direction without pressing in the Hopkinsvillc is the home of an stoptpin Dr Medley and his associates in eWinent inventor ana ui of the the manufacture of his invention wtotof distribution for one have briught prospects of a big most remarKtiuie au nig fortune and the Kkntuckian co- Â¬ vices that ever gladdened the ngratulates them ieRrtJ of the ftportlBfefratermty E Medley aim We refer to HOW WE ONCE TOOK HAVANA Aieuiey amoimuii ym fmbiis Star reel It has taken Dr Medley several After a Terrible Siege American Soldiers Hauled Down the rearstpbrihghis invention to its Spanish Plug From resent degree of perfection The Morro Castle lirstcrude machine Was o theinexa triUmptfofmechari- bejienced eye In 1762 soldiers from the Ameri- Â¬ rai reh us But the inventor was satisfied o He would not allow can colonies which afterward be be put upon the market He came the United States captured Is determined to overcome certain Havana under English leadership lefects which had rendered all iu- - and rriety from Massachusetts hauled tomatic rules unsatisfactory to the tfownthe Spanish Hag from Mbrro anirlinir fraternity To this eild he Caslle Tlie story is well worth recalling levoted several more years to study because it shows how bravely and ind experiment The result is the iresent combined automatic reel successfully our ancestors fought rhich i pronounced bv all of Sir against Spain and also because it Waltons disitle3 tile warns us against dragging out ne- Â¬ lunnc triumphant perfection or automatic gotiations and preparations until the deadly rainy season sets in 6Vices W Before it was offered to the ang- - The following is from Bancroft ing rriiteniity ic was sunup a num vol til Assembling the fleet and trans- Â¬ ber of the most expert and enthus ports at Martinique and off St iastic anglers in the- country They were skeptical at first con Â¬ Nicholas Admiral Pococke sajled scious of thefaiure ofevery experi directed through the Bahama straits ment in this direction A fair test and ortthe 6th day of June came in however convinced thern Of the mer- Â¬ sight of the low coast around Ha Â¬ its of the Hopkinsville mans inven vana The Spanish forces for the tion andfUrought from them testi defense of the city were about 4 600 the English had 11000 effec- Â¬ monials pi the highest character Then Dr Medley organized the tive men and were recruited by Medley Reel Co consisting of nearly a thousand negroes from the himself Mr G M Latham and Mr Leeward Islands and by 1500 Before the end of Lucian Davis of this city They from Jamaica made arrangements to put the reel July the needed reinforcements ar- Â¬ upon the market The contract for rived from New York andNew En Â¬ manufacturing it was given to the gland among these was Putnam thabrave ranger of Connecticut Home jNbvelty ManufacturimCo and numbers of men less happy be- Â¬ of St Louis JV The invention was t protected by cause never destined to revisit their patentsin the tISGreat Britain honies On July 13 after a siege of twenty nine days during which - factory 111 could faster than theturn out the article Proposi the Spaniards lost 1000 men and tions ottering large sums for the the brave Don Luis de Velnsco was patents were rejected The Medley mortally wounded the Morro Castle Reel Company had a good thing and was taken by storm On August 11 the governor of Havana capitulated they knewit The Simmons Hardware Com- Â¬ and the most important station in pany saw the merits of the article the West Indies fell into the hands At the same time They bought the entire north west of the English nine ships of the line and four frig- Â¬ including the following states ates were captured in the harbor Ohio Indiana Illinois Michigan of property belonging to Wisconsin Iowa Missouri Arkan Â¬ Thebooty the King of Spain was estimated at sas Oklahoma Indian Teritqry Kansas Nebraska South Dakota 10000000 was conducted in mid- Â¬ The siege North Dakota Montana Wyoming summer against a city which lies Colorado New Mexico Arizona just within the tropics The coun Utah Idaho Washington Oregon try around the Morro Castle is Nevada California rocky To find and carry the fas- Â¬ i ThoS J Conrov of New York cines was of itself a work of incred- Â¬ boughtthe rights for NeAV York ible labor made possible only by Pennsylvania and the New Eng aid of African slaves Sufficient land States earth to holtf the fascines firm was Yirginia and Maryland were gathered with difficulty from crevi- Â¬ bought by a Baltimore firm ces sinthe rocks Once after a Following are a few of the fea- Â¬ drought of fourteen days the grand tures of superiority of the combined battery took fire by the flames and automatic Reel over all others crackling and spreading where First With it an accurate and Water could not followit nor earth perfectly easy cast can be made stifle it was wholly consumed and it will wind automatically as The climate spoiled aK great part rapidly or as slowly as desired of the provisions Wanting good SecondWrhe crank attachment water very many died in agonies can be used independently of the from thirst Mire fell victims to a automatic and vice versa or both putrid fever of whicli the maligni- Â¬ together ty left but three or four hours be Â¬ Third It can be so set that with tween robust health and death out the intervention of the angler it Some wasted away with loathsome using the lightest line nlav disease VjJWMiJiih and tire him out bv Over irravi es the carrion glvingliTmfeujficientlv stout drag crows hovered and often scratched ami by keepiupUl slack line awayJth9tfjcanty earth which rather aft no JiBh can swiiterJUan thlfc hid than buried the dead Hun Â¬ winds slack line reel dreds of carcasses floated on the Fourth It is fastened Vuimrpm ocean And yet such was the en J seat ot rod I in the ordmaryahvTal thusiasin of the English such the apd will fit all wifpf resolute zeal of the sailors and solT diers such the unity of action be altering handle v uuj 1 win wiiui me unc even- - tveen the fleet and the army that thoyertical sun of June and July i Wr li i flic inni with one hand thereby en- - the nenvy rains ot August raging 9 jjf the angler tooperute the reel fever and strpng and well defended fortresses all the obstacles of nr in landing a fish with one hand ture andaKtyere surmotjnted and Sjixllv It U mmiU handsome and the most decisive victory of the war V substantially constructed dust- - was gained MJ Ncw York World roof and h nearly water proof uh Princes Molly Friar daughter of reel can be made Queen Sophia Friar who died last cWKjJCTNjys rqu oirhatiniw will be crowned Queen of re ar ntatiMviitagC8 in January all the Gypsies at Topeka Kapsas LlZXilBmj- M ulffjuriiH nV vMt May 22 1ierVth birthday aV tb4tllHit1aiU WwkO Q Belh wife of the well- H W nhtMv - M -- Boats and Yellow Jack Have No Sltow Against Science lrG - i reel-seat- s- - - v wriof iiaLi r TV I can produce a lig ht said Thomas A Edison in his labora tory at West Orange yesterday that will render absolutely harm- Â¬ Important Orders by the County less Spains terrible torpedo boat flotillas we read so much about CourtRoad Overseers AppScience has found a way to destroy ointed-Real Estate the mines Spain has planted in the harbors tf Cuba More important The proceedings against the Cum- Â¬ still science tells us how we can berland Telephone Company the march our armies from one end of Southern Express Company the Cuba to the other this summer and Hopkinsvillc Water Company and in the rainy season too and lose the Hopkinsvillc Water Light and hardly a man from the dreaded ma- Â¬ Power Company were dismissed by larial and yellow fevers As to certain published state- Â¬ an order entered in the county court ments to the effect that Mr Edison yesterday had invented electrical apparatus These corporations had been that will work all kinds of destruc- Â¬ summoned to answer before the tion in case of war he said county court and show cause why All such statements are imagi Â¬ they had failed to list their fran- Â¬ native No such things are needed chises with the county assessor for nor does science do its work assessment and taxation The mat Â¬ through any such methods Sci- Â¬ ters having been satisfactorily ad Â¬ ence does its work in legitimate justed the order dismissing the pro- Â¬ and straightforward ways and it ceedings was entered stands ready to dayifto afford the Road Overseers United States army and navy just Sim Knight was yesterday ap- Â¬ what it needs As to the light that rentiers ab- Â¬ pointed by the court overseer for Cox Mill road from Chappell to Ma- Â¬ solutely harmless these terrible tor- Â¬ Will Only son mill road Elgin Davis was at pedo boat flotillas Well the tor- Â¬ Last the same time appointed overseer pedo boat is a demon of darkness for the Greenville road from the only It is an enemy that creeps 4 Woodburn house to Red House Upon its foe in the night In the day time it is as useless as the eye Qualified as Guardian of an owl In the daytime it can be T E Foster was yesterday ap- Â¬ pointed guardian for Olie Adams seen and blown to pieces before it an infant under fourteen years of gets near enough to1 do any dam- Â¬ age Mr Foster qualified by ex age In order that anobject may be ecuting bond with S T Ashmore observed distinctly the light must be and S H Williams as sureties behind it It mustl appear in sil- Â¬ LiqUor License Renewed houette Ignite abonfire behind An order was entered granting a a tree for instance and you can renewal of the retail liquor license see its outline distinctly Little Priced Linens A Cotton Flurry of R A Phelps St Bro of Seventh iBy the use ofchemicals which Always worth one hundred cents on Always a fascination ubout linens street ignite and produce a light when the dollar Going to give you a cot- for the thrifty housewife Theres a brought in contact with water the ton surprise for the next few days double fascination when as iu this New Deputy Clerk ocean can be lighted up for about Its an article youre using every day caso prices aro so much beneath Cyrus Boyd was yesterday ap Dont think and never comes amiBa pointed by the Court a deputy clerk lour square miles about any 01 our you ever before bought good reliable valueB Witness and an order to this effect was en Â¬ vessels This is an ample distance shirtings and Bheetiugs at stieh low 51 inch Half Blench Linen 25c to render a torpedo Useless for the prices tered Heres the lots moment the latter appears withiu Hope Bleach Domestic Kq 02 inch Bleached Damnsk Appraisers Appointed 50c the horizon of the little span of day On motion of Judge W P Win thus made shev becomes easily vis- Â¬ Ready made and herauiodRKn G2 inch Extra Half Bleached free before the County Judge yester Â¬ ible and within two minutes she bleach sheets 10 4 fiOn day T T Knight L RRay and can be riddled by the modern rapid Roady made pillow caseB pizes IQq -P B Mosely were appointed to ap Â¬ iire guns 65 inch Extra Fine Bleached OCp a -praise the estate of the late G W Bolsters ready made The chemical I suggest can be 19c a Harry 41 thrown out from the ship or fleet it 72 inch Super Fine Bleached 1 OQp Masonvillo bleach Wants a Divorce 61 2c t is to protect from guns of peculiar construction It is all very simple Back fold outing cloth 32 inches C Georgia Rowland colored has Napkins to match at equal low prices filed suit in the Equity division of andl not so expensive as might be wide 10 4 bleach sheeting the Circuit Court against her hVts imagined 1g 1 2c Towels band Elmo Rowland praying for The wizard was asked to elabora23x48 German Huck HemmedOK his idea of protecting the Ready made 10 4 unbleached AQn Towels absolute divorce U Her petition te-on sheets charges the defendant with cruelty health of the army of occupation in Berkley yard wide cambrics filQn 22x39 Gorman HuckHemraed1Qp Cuba infidelity and failure to provide Science can do a great deal for 22x44 Fancy Border Knot 9Rp Real Estate Transfers Kid Gloves I am will thatfcirmy he replied Friuge J D Hill and wife to Mrs Helen in to lay a wager that I can take The best dollar glove that mouoy putting- it Btroug 18x42 Faucy Bleach Turkish J Hill interest in property situat- Â¬ 100 men into Cuba and spend the can buy Thats but vn re very errnest in tms kid ed on 9th and Liberty streets city summer in the worst districts of the glove matter 25x48 Fancy Bleach Turkish of Hopkinsville S3560 OOq Uur JHUU gloves are oacued up in island and not lose i man no not - you South Kentucky Building Loan one And the same thing can be every way IQo sort of gloves or your mouey back Wash Rags per dozen Association against George Ows Â¬ done for the army Poor economy to ask you to keep ley and others house and lot in Mri Edison said that he had no anything you dout want think tou Strong Wash Hopkinsville 596 plans for the destruction of the much of your patronage lor mat Goods Argument George C Long trustee for Sue minesjin the harbors of Cuba He Special V Wood to H II Golay lot on would leave that to the dynamite Going to do some selling in this Princeton road near Hopkinsville cruiser Vesuvius and the dynamite line in the next four days come early 3 SPOOLS cruiser Nichthei oy which it has French Organde Checks worth 1 0p 1255 C been reported the United States is Polk Cansler tofew T Fowler to buy from Brazil How these CLARKS 0 N T S5 Newest Summer Fabric worth 101 part of a house and lot near East little vessels can make a harbor 10 CENTS boundary of cityS7170 safe by literally blasting a way for French Organdies Rnye worth OK WL Levy and Etistice A Hail our warships has been told in the Dress Goods Section to Wesley Garnett 16ti in Pembroke Press Besides the army engineers Iho Latest designed Jrgaudies1Q Not often do you enjoy the satisfac worth 60 D1 are well up in countermining Mr making your selections from tion Edison thought he could not help such ofa complete stock Organdy Donphave worth 1 Rp The City Tribunal the army and navy a great deal Heros a half dozen iteniB thoy speak John B Wells andII A Warren in the mine question because with no uncertain Bound Listou Shadow Effect Organdy a couple of white men were arrested Spain has no boats like the Vesu 19c A vard for 36 inch all Wool Novelty Worth SuitiiiErs by the police yesterday for violat- Â¬ and the Nichtheroy Timo was whou the buying of a Edison said he had no doubt 25c Mr ing the ordinance against peddling Bilk dross or waist was an ovents A yard for 80 inch all Wool nowa days it is merely au incident without license The two men that electricity would play an im- Â¬ Rlnciic GorfTo nnil colors Price and the wonderful progressive portant part in the war and he claim to represent W II Hunter 110HH of iIub great nineteenth century Worth 35c Co a Nashville firm They put up pointed out that the Spaniards have iuoh makes it possible for these queenly the necessary collateral for their little or no inventive genius In 29c A yurd for all Wool 40 HonrettnB Black and colors fabrics to come withiu the reach of all Heres four lots at pricos that appearance before Judge Leave this particular he said the Ameri- Â¬ Worth 40c will agreeably surprise you this morning and were released J cans would have a great advan Â¬ OC A yard forBlnok Figured Nov- - 19 inch China silks solid colors In the City Court Thursday morn Â¬ tage C oltios 40 iuches wide Worth All iii all Mr Edison isnt wor Â¬ 35o ing Jas OBryan was assessed 5 A3 21 inch Moiio Velnur SUM ftQv and the Usual costs for a plain ried a little bit about tlie outcome yard 25c AFjgurodfor nil Wool Filling wvlin Tliwl UQUtin Wliitn UiI H with Spain of a war mow drunk inVir liviunj Grenadines Worth Lemon Pearl aud Green Jorth 125 it 50o Betsy Cayce a colored woman An Old Bachelor Weds uevtf slWe Rflf broke forth- - in an avalanche of A yard for Black Figured Bril- - 22 iuoh Satins all y April 28 A sur 7Cn liuutivos I Ul III U Princeton 0b Â¬ Worth 100 profanity andObscurity which of fended the modesty of her neigh Â¬ prise wedding occurred here last III1 IRA yard for Black Figuiud 10 iiiieliIrrido8contTuffeltaSMka7Qr Ivl Novnltv DrtlliuutluH Worth all the now ud deal ruble Bhadewlr Mr Joe F Griffith the bors vFor this she was lined 5 iiMit worth one dollar n yard and Miss Lucy Wat SI 35 photographer and edsts ij kins who has been for several years associated with Mr Griffith of Hrs Harry Death in business and art studies were Remember These Prices Are For ttM Mrs Harry wife of the late G united in marriage to the great Mr urnW Harry died Tuesday afternoon hiirnrise of their friends lith was formerly in business in aged 7f years Her- husband and Hopkinsville but has lived fieri for one of her sons have died within the fifteen years last few weeks Funeral services Millie Martin col aged 55 years were hcUl Wednesday by Rev W Ki PJnerof the Methodist church died In Uubbardsville Monday Intumfliat JlogfewiU - ijfht of conjsunjpiion Latest War News FRANKEL Bombardment Sale FRIDAY THREE DAYS i SATURDAY AND MONDAY Â¬ u --- --- --- Ourl Bouud-to-pleas- o Â¬ up-to-da- 1P CJj 1 nc I 11 - - 3 DAYS - m IU c LC t Xla v a V 1 Trsj H i VV Wi T f t3 tfp 9 v WU X Kuiimiili MI M - I J j iniiiiini m fc HERE AND THEtfE Sxla w nter at Millers Best home made candies Bresliifs DISTINGUISHED LITERATEUR5 Oplc Read and William Llghtfoot A PRTtY WEDDING Hartals Chicago By Wire Special -April 28 z It li H that usj at Vlssclicr Were Here Brjkllns IS candies Jal Hours Tropical and Domestic friiits MrV Dnlfi Read and William Linhtfoot m Visschcr bolh of Chicago and both at Brcslins All new vegetables at WsUlia cx Kentuckians who are an honor grocery to day and to morrow n M to their native State are on a joint and lecturing tour and have had a Cooks for accuracy purity of Hopkinsville annus of dates throutrh this sec promptness in prescriptions f past eight the bridal preach at Grace Episcopal churchÂ¬ Tuesday night they appear Â¬ At half tion Sunday morning At the conclu Cooks Instant Headache Powder ed at Owensboro before an audience party in the presence of a largq sion of his sermon a class will be No Â¬ of fotimddses for 10 cents Is the best of 1500 people Wednesday night number friends and acquaintan confirmed --WalliV grocery can furnish they had a large audience at Mor- - ces entered the parlorHvhere they you the fresliest strawberries and ganfield They came over the I C were met by Rev W i K Piner other vegetables at 2 oclock and left at 513 for nastor of the Methodist church whoÂ¬ in a beautiful and impressive cereWifd Goose Liniment is the sland Bowling Green L mony Ounitcd them in the bonds 1 package XXXX Lyon Arbue If- ardi remedy for rheumatism and Mr Read was formerly editor of of matrimony kle of Lenvring coffee papers at Franklin and Scottville neuralgia 25 cents per bottle receiving congratulations 1 box tneks 1 tin nun I nin nun 1 After I 4 Afrcsh line of pan candies every and later was with the Nashville the happy couple were driven to 10 elntllftH nino nr nno ninn press He lounucu ana made tne day at Millcrs of the grooms parents 1 set knives and forks regular QE Since the home 50 cent goods Arkansas Traveler famous vv0 JUslreceived a nice line of fruits removing to Chicago his literary where an elegant supper was 1 vogetablo alieer needed in ov Qn IT at Millers Telephone 159 OU ery family career has been one of uninterrupt Â¬ served Mr Williamson is an energetic 1 quaker wash for ed success board the beet OC Engage your strawberries young man of fine business capaci- Â¬ board ever mndn COlt 75c Mr Visschcr is a mombcr of the Sunday at Wallis grocery ties and his bride isa young lady 1 chamber and tap its a splen JOEp staff of the Chicago Times Herald of gallon C3vj rare accomplishments whose ad- Â¬ did value to the leading Hot cream bread at 430 every and a contributor dispositionals well as her 1 flour bin every one should OC magazines and periodicals He has mirable UJ 1 evening Millers bakery many other excellent qualities has haye it published a volume of poems which 1 water coolor sure to 1 QC - i Now is the time you want hot stamps him a genius of the highest endeared her to a large circle of please rolls for supper Telephone 159 order He is one of the most popu friends The groom is to be con Above prices are for the present Millers bakery lar members of the Chicago Press gratulated upon having won such a and guaranteed to last prize See our line of buggies and har Â¬ Club A WTCOOPEft CO Mr Read and Mr Yisscher will ness before buying 1KllSONAli oossir return to Hopkinsville in Co 108 Main St probably J B Foley Still at Bowling Green the fall to fill an engagement in Mr and Mrs Gus Stevens are on Try Millers chocolate cream which event an enthusiastic audi a visit to Morganfield Leauder McCutcheii the Elkton claret ence will greet them rapiat is still in jail at Bowling Miss Ilattie Jesupjis visiting in The South Kentucky Medical As- Â¬ Hopkinsville Clarksville Times Q Green The Times says of him sociation will hold its beventh semi Â¬ AMUSEHENTSl MeCutchen or Bourne as some of annual meeting in this city begin Â¬ Mr T S Winfgte of Church the papers call him is enmll and ning May 24 The Cora Van Tassel Company Hill spent Thursdayinthe city looks to be not more than fourteen or WW John Garrett a prominent citizen fifteen years of Sfr Richard M Newcom an engineer made their initial bow toaHopkins aie JutB ville audience lastnight presenting of Walloniawas in theTcitv Thurs on the Illinois Central railroad com He denies that ho is guilty of ihs mitted suicide at Henderson be- Â¬ Dumas wonderful combination of day offense audstuted that he was on one Miss cause he had consumption and was pathos and humor Camille Mrs J L Thacker Lafayette side of he wheat field and the girls forced to give up his job lie leaves Van Tassell is an actress of far spent Wednesday in thTcity shop Â¬ on the other Talking further he a young widow His home was at more than ordinary capacity She ping f said that they were little girls aud falls a little short in the emotional Dekovcn Dr and Mrs A FJStanlev are both were barefoottd When a6ked Kfr H C Keys of Calloway county scenes but this is atoned for by visiting Dr Turner r in Bowl in r how he know they were barafnnfnri indicted by the Paducah circuit her sprightness and vivacity in Green it ho was no closer than the other r court grand jury for nesting tobac- Â¬ the lighter scenes side of the wheat field ho said that Mr Ed Smallhouse ofv Bowling To night the company will co gave bond in the circuit court Green spent several days in the they raised up their feet There were four indictments and produce A Fair Southerner a city this week his bond in each was fixed at 100 war drama in four acts The plot Aluminum is the best Messrs Isaac Garratt and J P of the play is woven around an in- Â¬ Table Warn nxrar Among the topics to be discussed cident of the late war but in such a Garnett of Pembroke were in the duced and we will be pleased to have flit State Commercial Convention delicate you call and examine it The U S and artistic manner as to city yesterday will be aplan to expedite the setGovernment has made a thorough cause offense to neither the North Mrs John D Elliott of Owens- Â¬ test aud adopted it tlement of land titles and develop for use in the nor the South boro is visiting her father Dr W army This make can uot be appre the mineral and other resources of Miss Van Tassel enjoyed a run G Wheeler ciated without being seeu NOW ON Kentucky of nine weeks last season at the Mr Harry Hopper of Pulaski EXHIBITION AT OUR STORE W T COOPER Mr A Walker Wood who has Fourteenth Street Theatre in New CO Tenn is in the city shaking hantlsl 0 been confined to his bed for more York in this play and could have Tom Rodman to the Front than six weeks with a very sore remained the entire season had not with old friends Mrs Fanny Thornton of Padu- Â¬ leg the result of a fall from a previous arrangements interfered Thomas Rodmau only sou of Dr cah has returned home after a is James Rodman of this bicycle is able to be at his place city who re it to Miss Jennie Boales in the New Era counting room sides in Louisville has enlisted in the STRUCK BY A BEAM Miss Lela Hargraves of Nash- Â¬ Louisville Legion for service in the The State Commercial Convention ville who is visiting relatives at Cuban campaign Mr Rodman is fine An Employe of Forbes Bros will make an earnest effort to ex Â¬ Casky spent Thursday in the city- ly drilled and will enter the ranks bb tend and improve our country roads Planing Mill Severely Hurt Mr J C McKinney of Haleys a well informed soldier He was for Vto enhance the value of agricultural Mill left this city yesterday for merly Lieutenant of Cadets in a large products by diversifying out pro- Â¬ Alex Hardin a colored man twen ducts and considering the best five years of age employed at Gilbertsville Marshall county to military Bchool and is competent to command a company if his servrcos means for reaching the worlds Forbes Bros planing mill was visit Ins son Mr Jas McKinne markets Mr John Thompson who has been in that capacity should be needed seriously and perhaps fatally hurt We are getting in some very at 103 oclock yesterday afternoon very ill of appendicitis at the Hill Dr Rodman with his son in the handsome cuts under surries and Hardin is employed in the lumber House for a week was reported army will be represented by a son other nice carriages for city use department but was assisting some slightly better yesterday evening son iUflaw and nephew m the war for Our prices on high grade work are workmen in removing debris from Mr AlexCrabb of Howell Ind Cuban liberty His soniu law Lieut very reasonable and our styles are the boiler room now undergoing re- Â¬ is here on a short visit to his moth- Â¬ WHH Southerland of the USNavy is at present in command of the pairs J B Foley Co er Mr Crabb ifc in the L N Eagle iu tho Bquadron blockading While stooping over to raise some service 108 Main Street Havana His nephew Lieut Hugh bricka heavy beam used as a Mr CT LeGarmo representin- Rodman is an officer on the big Isthehousekeepers support fell across his back He the Standard Paper Company Qft of cruiserRaleigh in the Asiatic squad best friend iyou was knocked unconscious to the 4 never useu it asic some one floor A vehicle was quickly called Cincinnati visited the newspaper ron now moving against the Philli wno lias and act on their advice and the unfortunate man taken to peoqle Thursday pines Only 10c per cake or 3 cakes for 25c his home at Gainsville Mr M Wilson business man- Â¬ W T COOPER It is possible that he has received CO If y wa t the best ager of the Madisonville Hustler some internal injury U80 nothing but War Risks was in town Monday The Hustler CHASE SANBOURNE y their line 8Peu M If not is preparing to start a morning has no superior HfSVP strike Following telegram received At any time you ThoRED FRONT daily The risK of military service in wish to teat the quality call at Gal they have it breath the existing war with Snain will Enuis they serve C S GUS MOORES ACCIDENT Mocha Java not effect the Accumulation GOES TO NEW 9- Two of the most distinguished home Wade men in American Literaturewcre in f of fresh the city yesterday and spent sevcr- - Vlncd Williamson and Allss There was an exciting opening1 of wheat to dav There was an ad Lillian Henderson United In vance of 3 cents over yesterdays Marriage closef on Liverpool No 1 Northern wheat touched 144 May wheat in Wednesday evenintr- at the rcsi- - Chicago reached 124 dence of Jildjru A TL Anderson two Corn was active and followed the miles east of this city M course of wheat All provisions Williamson son of Mr T ty Wil- Â¬ liamson led to the altar Miss Lil were strong lian B Henderson one of the most Bishop Dudley popular and attractive yoitngladlcs BishopThomas U Dudley will fir lllll SsHf - Kill I Ml- - Bring D 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 W imUtMmJ SPECIALS JjOC a ya a wo0 ancy trs soods new novelties stylish a TltOO j Q Ladies a yard for a line of splendid and good jersey ribbed veste low neck no sleeves fine Reached lisle vests faced neck and K Op XOO Laes armsj soft Mens fine seamless socks fast black and mixtures quality line guage Ladies 40 gauge fast black seamless 25c rnnds oknwhrp hose Equal 4OC Mens handsome madras laundered JLJkJ rT5j i WHiuicii iiue iusi JEfqual negligee shirts fd fi0J Jyfi Kp IOC 9p A AO jOlxj to 25c goods elsewhere Alinen towefs good size excellent quality a yard Simpsons black and white fancy satines and in- aigo Diue prints Extra vaue satine strP corsets 2 side steels per feet fitting Splendid amoskeag A F C fine dress ginghams in new and handsome effects uiuck anu xan nose aouoie Knee ti l I - Gold Â¬ r3 Sjp 4A 1 i y iZg r is 2 V - r T - o 5X v i X Â¬ - mmmmmm m m k iwm i u TOdYtrc -- wtAiinWI W As-- R5I 5TMH3 - 0oT0nj te - papOilO lOOO PAIRS 0f the Celebrated vuxicc Wear Resister Shoes JUST RECEIVED Calf Skin and Vici Kid in all shape toes - YORK Policy the New York Life It will therefore continue to issue policies fir Norton Preparing Ornament absolutely free of all conditions to for the Brooklyn good citizens whether members of Handicap hc National Guard or not Apply to Mr W P Norton proprietor of Wavhsr F Caknctt Co Agts Winona Stock Farm and nart own W F Garnett S E Trice Jr er of the great race horse Orna Â¬ ment and the sensational filly Mary Dance at Armory f HempsteadJ left Thursday for New Tllwc will be a dance at the York to complete the final arrange- armory tins evening HMi frlfaA rPrt are lonlfinofnnunrri t u ihuikh mr starting Ornament in the vnt with much pleasure Brooklyn Handicap Ornament has been a favorite in At Utiles Chapel this great stake race since the Rev II D Smith delhercd an books were opened He is i excellent secmon to a large congre- Â¬ condition and is being trained by gation atllillis Chapel last nieht luiiimr owner Mr Patterson Mr Norton will be joined in New lne ot Toilo York by his ir is large and partner Mr Hal Soaps A They will return t Wo cuu poaao you Headier Sfftt - WWI of Louisville next week to quality and prico gjsee the UOOPER CO Kentucky derby run Af of v WT COOPER CO ti w Fell over - SOAPS -- rK I freezer made and if you need a freezer dont fail to call and examine Mr Gus Moore has been confined it WT COOPER CO to his room during the entirejweek as the result of a sprained ankle Lillian Ball 5h nmv in r Mr Moore was climbing a fence on The Ladies Home Journaltdd and one mv w Nortons farm live miles ui nor roconi acniovemonts was to so south of the citv when hi- - vn cure a photograph of the Czar with her camera Thin a mnf tiv wrenching his ankle in a most pain Â¬ cult owndo in to Russia where every ono ful manner He will be out next With a oamera hnnnmrui i week But the RiiBsiau olficors helped this bright American girl Mis Bell will tell the s ory of her capture of the Base Ball Game Cincinati April 28 Cincinati 5 Czar iu the June Jpurnal Cleveland 3 All other games post Ay Soods you want poned 01c to 10 Wo make a apoemlty of every thiue A Day of Inaction in the chewing and smoking line W T COOPER CO Washington April 28Thc Sen ate did nothing to day Lot of nice horses for Bale at Laynos stable a Fence and Sprained His Ankle Sunday Inpln Mfl f a e name of the at 150 PETREE r 200 and i 250 0i aani COMPANY litlQ SiCW OF TME jt mc BOOT lrn Ihc WeeMj Ldtiisville DispatcW And lBb - v Geo visit WA frdg5 tt 1 4 rarived Thursday fccidfiBiir Mr o J on South Main nJrry Montgomery street of to wvi S l Mrs Lillian Herndon of mm n8 s TUONDpi it s a Cubau hand made burg county is the guest of her ugan7aQW Jb8 hheflt lonor at excelled Wti malro n nnylu If n r Worlds Fair ISO aunt Mrs Ellen Phelps on Eigh Â¬ All weaskia ftlegant 10 cut package thnt h sjm a trial teenth street JlJ UHV U Blglit W0 COOPER CO Candies Hopkinsville mLLri i7v wTiCpoPisnifcco It r Hoaripi xteAR IftntuiM vns v j ti ti 2t2B -