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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a vc Tt vol i ifOy 16 Daily ki Entutfcimt 4 Co t HOPKINSVILLE KY TUESDAY MORNING MAY 10 1898 mounted oh board the United Stated ships was 120 On board the Spanish ships there were 94 guns vThd number of men on board the MR MITCHELLS former was about 1600 on the latter about 1300 In neither squadron was there an armored ship tuall of the United States vessels had more or less protectio from their defies while only Sermon Attacking the War and two of the Spanish vessels had protected uecks k iDxcept in numbers of vea cls the United States wassthc suncrim o Co D Not Approved the Spanish spuadron yet every onebf Admiral Deveys ships was liable to be penetrated by the guns ofctlie Spanish slnp had the gun- Â¬ ners of the latter been able to point their pieces properly Mr Latham Sends Check For The largest guns mounted on boariL the American ships were eight inch of which there were ten Spain hal no larger calfffer afloat than iooo Hopkinsvilie Boys i J six inch Jt Make a Hit at Lexing- Â¬ While then the superiority of the United States squadron to the ton Spanish squadron is unquestioned yefgsfght must not be lost of the fact that the enemys squadron lay under the guns of a large fortress Hence our newly made Admiral hado fight not onlv against a fleet w At the Christian church Sunday atloavbut also against powerful batteries on shore A morning the pulpit was filled by Elder J W Mitchell Elder Smith Sampson ReadforBusIness is absent conducting a revival V Cable advices received from Rear In the course of his remarks Mr H Admiral Sampson announce his ar- - Mitchell took occasion to Â¬ give vriva off the coast of Hayti Sunday ance to sentiments touchingutterthe yith a division of his fleet He will Spanish American war which did jiuiiuiH hi nn juiiil viivn lie is not harmonize by any means with now located until thejdepartment or the patriotic feelings of a vast ma one of the scouts informs him of the jority of this large and enlightened appearance of the Spanish men-of- congregation The Christian war which sailed from St Vincent church of this city represents as nine days ago much intelligence and patriotism as Rear Admiral Sampson has with any organized church of like num him a force uhich the authorities ber in America and in the opinion believe will easily be able to de- Â¬ of many of his hearers Mr Mitchell stroy the Spanish force even should had no right to assume that they it be reinforced by the armored are different from the rest of man- Â¬ cruiser Carlos v which has not kind in holding that the- love of been heard from for some time country is next to the love of God Should the Spanish fleet not make It is not the i province of the Daily its appearance in West Indian wa- Â¬ Kentuckian to argue with the k nr ft ters by Tuesday the authorities preacher He has his field and we M 2 V rir will turn their attention to the bat- Â¬ have ours Our duty as we see it CAITAIN 8AMPSON tleship Oregon and her consorts in a crisis such as this is to tell the the gunboat Marietta and cruiser Nichleroy whose safety will then be- Â¬ truth to teach the young soldiers come a matter of anxiety who have volunteered at their Offensive movements against PuertaRico may be expected to com- Â¬ countrys call that those who fall in mence immediately after the destruction of the Spanish fleet or upon re- Â¬ a cause like this are as worthy tne ceipt of information showing that the enemys are still on applause of man and the approba- Â¬ of the Atlantic the other side tion of God as any mailed crusader It is possible that the two invasions may occur simultaneously who fell fighting for the holy sepul- Â¬ chre Down To Business at Last As toMrMitchells charge that the Special -- The EjeSident to day sent members of Company D were drunk Washington D C May 9 ajnessage to Congress reciting the facts of Commodore Deweys victory and riotous when they left the city ancTappointing him Rear Admiral and recommending that he and his on Saturday morning we have noth- Â¬ ing to say men be given a vote of thanks There were more The story published this morning that 60000 American volunteers than a thousand people at the Sta- Â¬ would leave at once for Cuba is premature Nothing will be done in tion that morning mothers fath- Â¬ this matter until the battle between the Spanish and American fleets at ers sisters and sweethearts of these gallant boys who cheered Porto Rico No troops will be sent to San Juan until after the battle to Porto Rico is the same in re Â¬ them and waved goodbyes The Presidents policy in regard The gard to the Philippines He will first destroy the Spanish fleet and only charge of drunkenness and riotous conduct against the Hop- Â¬ then occupy the island clear and well defined The kinsvilie soldiers seems to have The policy of the government is n war isto be pushed with such vigor and aggressiveness as to insure its emanated from the pulpit Mr Mitchells remarks were not early termination The seizure of Poito Ricp and the destruction of the Cape Verde fleet if it has crossed the Atlantic will be followed swiftly permitted to pass unchallenged at Mr Clarence Anderson by such a movement upon Cuba as Cap Gen Blanco and all his forces church one of the noblest and purest men cannot withstand It is almost sure that both Gage and Alger will resign from the in this city refuted the idea that Cabinet befbre the end of the week They areupon such strained re Â¬ war wrfs unrighteous or unjust lations that one or both will have to quit to keep peace in the Presidents and the approval with which his remarks were received attested the official family breadth of the Christianity in the bosoms ot tne cultured congrega - wSi FVr i iw 9 men-of-war -- PRI0E 2 CENTS the Courier Journal pays the fol- Â¬ lowing well merited compliment to Ds Â¬ HOSTILE FEETS ARE GRADUALLY APPROACHING ft There was not a little drilling done this afternoon by the companies which have been organized for some time and the evolutions of the blue coats were witnessed by thous Â¬ ands of interested spectators Great Naval Conflict Will Be Precipitated Soon ADMIRAL W SAMPSONS SQUADRON SAID TO BE IN SIGHT 9i OF PORTO RICO Gomez Advises Landing of the Invading Army at Matanzas o Where He Will Have a Large Force Special There is the best of authority for Washington May 9 the statement that the day Has passed without any report from Admiral A report is not expected for several days No apprehension Sampson is felt for his safety It is believed that Sampson has been ordered to join the Flying Squadron and strike a blow at Porto Rico It is now admitted that he is at present with his fleet on the North coast of San Domingo about a days run from Porto Rico Capt John Feland Jr with Com- Â¬ pany D Hopkinsvilie Third regi- Â¬ ment gave a very pretty dress pa-Â¬ rade drill at 3 oclock and some of the movements were so well execut ed that they elicited much applause Will Wicks Writes A letter received by Mr John Wicks from his brother Wm R Wicks now in camp with company D at Lexington notes the safe ar- Â¬ rival of the company after an un- Â¬ eventful and very tiresome trip He says that they had no supper on the evening of their arrival and were all very huugry They are now quartered in a large stable itt at J TheTlontgomerys Whereabouts Special Cruiser Montgomery is off Mole St Nicholas passage between Cuba and Porto Rico the Fair grounds about ten men to the stall There are three blankets to every ten men There is plenty of straw in the stalls however and the soldiers are not suffering very Mud about greatly from the cold the camp is about six inches deep and it is with the greatest difficulty and inconvenience that the soldiers can move around He will return to resume his duties as Wednesday deputy county clerk WHAT THEY GET Lieut Col Henrys Salary 3000 and Capt Felands 1800 Washington May 9 The War Department has announced that the volunteer officers and men will receive the same pay as men hold- Â¬ ing like positions in the regular army of the United States The salaries of officers of the regular army are as follows Major General 7500 Brigadier 5 000 Colonel General 5500 Colonel 3000 Major Lieutenant 2500 Captain of light battery artillery 2000 Captain of cav- Â¬ 1800 alry or heavy artillery Captain of infantry 1800 First 1600 not Lieutenant mounted mounted 1500 Second Lieutenant 1500 not mounted mounted 1400 Naval officers of high rank in ac- Â¬ PortAu Princej Hay ti May 9 reported that the picketing the windward It is Madrid Is Notified SpeciaL TheCapt General of Porto Rico cables Madrid May 9 confidential information of the approach of a United States war fleet lie sas there are three suspicious looking crafts hovering in the offing Havana News Via Spain An official dispatch from Havana says Special Madrid May 9 Ran American cruiser and a large torpedo boat attempted to lorce me hannel and open lire on the Spanish gunboat Antonio Lopez but after a half hours engagement the American ships were forced to retire One Steamer Escaped The Governor General of Porto Rico Special Madrid May 9 cables that a Spanish merchantman was pursued b anJVmcrican liner butfcscaped with the aid of a Spanish man-of-war Shot At But Missed Special- - The Jicksburg and Morrill got within Key West May 9 range of the big Spanish guns Sunday while chasing a schooner and had a narrow escape Only poor Spanish marksmanship saved them the shells failing all around without hitting it was a close call An Army of 50000 Special It was- - given Chickamauga National Parle Ga May 9 out officially yesterday that 40000 men of the volunteer army would be mobilised hejp just as soon as they have been mustered into the Govern ment serviceT With the ten regiments of regulars now here filled to war strength the army at this point will number 50000 men It was also announced that Maj Gen Filzhugh Lee Maj Gen Jos Wheeler and Maj Gen Wilson would be in command the purpose being to form the volunteer men into three army corps Wounded on the Baltimore Special The following is a list of the wounded New York May 9 at Manila all on the Baltimore Officers Lieut T W Keflpgg Ensign IW E Irvin Enlisted men Burlow Budinger CovertjOKeefe Ricci- irdilli Snelirrave all hurt but sliehtly tiveservice are muchbetter paidthan army officers of similar rank An Admiral receives 13000 Vice Ad- Â¬ miral 9000 Rear Admiral 6000 Commodore 5000 Captain 4500 Commander 3500 Lieutenant Commander 2800Lieutenant jun- Â¬ ior grade 2400 Lieutenant sen ioj grade 1800 Ensign 1200 It will be noticed that the salary tion of an Admiral is 5000 more than Mr Lathams Liberality paid to a Cabinet officer and it ia A Lexington dispatch says Mr the highest salary paid by the Jno C Latham of New York has Government excepting the Presi- Â¬ Four Killed for Each Maine Victim Special Washington May l Later details from Manillare- pived yesterday and to day The losses of the Spaniards include ten warships several torpedo poats typ transpprts navy yard and nine batteries Including the lpses ashore about twelve hundred Spaniards were filled or wpunded The estimated value of the Spanish property destroyed or capturedis BoooooQ n 1 Ui --WVV Miutnrrvif H- - Si -- - - - TORPEDO BOAT DESTROYER TERROR The Terror of the Spanish navy i8 a email vessel wliilo tho Terror of the United States navy is ono of tho very large ornffc Sho belongs to that olau from which inuah is ezpootedin casa of hostilities but of whioh little is yet known positivelytho torpedo boat dostroyor She is of 400 tons displacement carries tho usual small rupiduro guns aud torpedo tubes nnd is manned by a orew of 79 men lu charge of Commander F do la Booha Sho 1b said to bo ono of tho fastest vessels in tho world the American side the total loss is eight men wounded and 5000 image to tlie ships Dewey cut the cable because he could not tret the use of it from the ranflu office without takimr that citv at once Admiral Mbnteio wnsiiim- elf wounded He Jled to Manila with his staff Hay HayeJBun Sunday The New York World has received the following convriirhted cable gram from George JBronson Rea dated Puerto Rico via San Domingo may p WDominjcan officials report heavy carinonadintr off the north of lontecristo about fifty miles from here It is believed that Samnsons Ruadvon iff engaging the Spanish Cape VerdeReet The firing began ilxnjt 9 oclock and was terrific The Americasn fleet waa lnf fn nrriw iJorkcnn waters yesterday afternoon The Spanish fleet was ex- f rv iuoiit h same time Sampson came here with orders to find l num n uv will atlor destroying the Spanisfi ships begin a win pvu MiuVrM ami 11 necessary will uomuaru anu capture Porto I Hung Jury in the Cato Case Judge Cook Didnt Come The expected appointment of a Commonwealth s Attorney W R Howell returned tagt night from Master Commissioner was not made court at Eddy ville having finished his labors there Tle last three days of court have been taken up with the trial of the important mur Â¬ der case of Win Cato who killed Connie Askew pn a plianty boat last full The jury was unable to agree up to the- ajt reporfc yesterday - ivh Judge Cook djclnt yesterday come The candidates for fthe place were all on the lookoutf but he did not arrive on cither of the He is en Â¬ trainH from Eddy ville gaged in an important murder ICQ W V trial which necessitated a night h THfPlfHits CoinpMrU He may con session Inst night to day and end the agony early up had G liptraml iftotao ha4 9 h the Manila igW cVftuittyTj It i UiuterKlpod tjmt to inorroy morning commendation mu w VutMwgni ttpws 9tvt Admiral JJeweyi wtU hbout they w dlMajfr4 only pf tli Company D Com pi I Hinted dixplaceut ot AAMfann yyarshlt annihilated ahoiit n00 quewtlon of tyte1 extent of the punish CYftt fcBserXiaie lpt ritro4 for hpJaiMMMtt of JiiaMbiglteilnw The Lexiugtfu correspondent bl thewwnv reason thatblcyclBT are tha wm i avw wri -f Hir npfciTiTi BHst vPAn89IDHKVHHBC rati iJTC2imEnnaiiHHKjBBnH i a W LiJi remembered the Latham Light Guards with a handsome donation He has sent the Company a check for 1000 to assist in its equipment Some time ago he authorized the Captain to draw on him for S500 in the event the Company was called out but he concluded with his characteristic generosity to double this amount when the boys were actually ordered into activeservice Missed at the Court House County Clerk Prowse had a lonesome day Saturday Both of his deputies Frank Prowse and Will Wicks are away with the army and another son Clias O Prowse is an officer in the com Â¬ pany Stanley Long deputy Cir Â¬ cuit Clerki has gone a soldiering too and the absence of these popu Â¬ lar young men gives the offices at the court house rather a gloomy appearance Positions Will Be Held Nearly all of the young men who left their positions o volunteer at their countrys call have been promised their positions again when they return This shows a spirit of patriotism aud duty on the part of HPpkinsyillc merchants and busineHS men worthy of the highest dent of the United States Fifteen Spanish Prisoners Atlanta Ga May 9 Fifteen Spanish officers and privates cap- Â¬ tured by the United States navy arrived from Key West under a guard of twenty five armed men The officers will probably be pa- Â¬ roled but the privates will be kept under guard at Fort McPherson Col Henry Cook who has been or- Â¬ dered to return with the headquart Â¬ ers of the Fifth regiment to Fort McPherson will have supervision of the prisoners of war Louisville Gets the Convention Norfolk Va May 9 The Bap Â¬ tist convention referred Dr T T Eatons resolution asking that the Kentucky delegation be permitted to nominate Kentucky vacancies in the Seminary Board of Trustees to committees to report next year The convention alsodeclinesto make any nominations and requests the Board of Trustees not to fill the Kentucky vacancies till next year The convention will meet in ville next year Assignees Report Louis- Â¬ Ah assignee of Thomas Browni deceased Judge Jo McCarroll yes Â¬ terday filed a supplemental report ii With the county court allowing th awwg fee distribution of creditors of the estate flp i rjro o o c Vtt vV b The Daily TtEntuthiaa BfOrrlO tjfc VOL 1 JJ HOPKINSVILLE KY TUESDAY MOBNETG MAY 10 1898 mounted oh board the United States ships was 120 On board the MR MITCHELLS Spanish ships there Were 94 gunsrlid number of men on board the former was about 1600 on the lattetfabput 1300 In neither squadron was there an armored ship but all of the United States vessels had more or less protection from their decks while only Sermon Attacking the War and two of the Spanish vessels had protected flecks Except in numbers of vessels the United States wasTvthe superior o Co DM Not Approved the Spanish spuadron yet every oneof Admiral Deveys ships was liable to be penetrated by the guns offtlie Spanish ship had the gun- Â¬ ners of the latter been able to point their pieces properlyV The largest guns mounted on boartl the American snips were eight Mr Latham Sends Check For inch of which there were ten Spain had no larger caliper afloat than Hopkinsville Boys 1000 v PRICE 2 CENTS WWgl HOSTILE FEETS ARE GRADUALLY APPROACHING -- tlie Courier Journal pays the fol- Â¬ lowing well merited compliment to Co Di Â¬ There was not a little drilling done this afternoon by the compa nies which have been organized for some time and the evolutions of the blue coats were witnessed by thous ands of interested spectators Capt John Feland Jr with Com- Â¬ pany D Hopkinsville Third regi Â¬ ment gave a very pretty dress paÂ¬ rade drill at 3 oclock and some of the movements were so well execut- Â¬ ed that they elicited much applause Will Wicks Writes A letter received bv Mr John Wicks from his brother Wm R Wicks now in camp with company D at Lexington notes the safe ar-Â¬ rival of the company after an un- Â¬ eventful and very tiresome trip He says that they had no supper on the evening of their arrival and were all very huugry They are the Fair grounds about ten men to the stall There are three blankets to every ten men There is plenty of straw in the stalls however and the soldiers are not suffering very Mud about greatly from the cold the camp is about six inches deep and it is with the greatest difficulty and inconvenience that the soldiers can move around He will return Wednesday to resume his duties as deputy county clerk WHAT THEY QET now quartered in a large stable at o if ireat Naval Conflict Will Be Precipitated J ADMIRAL T Soon SAID TO SAMPSONS SQUADRON OF PORTO BE IN SIGHT then the superiority pfthenited States squadron to the Spanish squadron is unquestionedy6tsight must not bejfostfof the fact that the enemys sqliadron lay under the guns of a largeifdrjress Hence our newly made Admiral liadtd fight not only alraihst a fleet ailoat but also against powerful batteries on shore While scinch fg Make a Hit at Lexing- Â¬ ton At the Christian church Sunday morning the pulpit was filled by Elder J W Mitchell Elder Smith is absent conducting a revival In the course of his remarks Mr Mitchell took occasion to give utter- Â¬ ance to sentiments touching the Spanish American war which did not harmonize by any means with the patriotic feelings of a vast ma- Â¬ jority of this large and enlightened congregation The Christian church of this city represents as much intelligence and patriotism as any organized church of like num- Â¬ ber in America and in the opinion of many of his hearers Mr Mitchell had no right to assume that they are different from the rest of man kindMn holding that the- - love of country is next to the love of God It is not the province of the Daily Kentijckian to argue with the preacher He has his field and we have ours Our duty as we see it in a crisis such as this is to tell the truth to teach the young soldiers who have volunteered at their country s call that those who fall in a cause like this are as worthy the applause of man and the approba- Â¬ tion of God as any mailed crusader who fell fighting for the holy sepul- Â¬ chre As toMrMttcheHs charge that the members of Company D were drunk and riotous when they left the city on Saturday morning we have noth- Â¬ ing to say There were more than a thousand people at the Sta- Â¬ tion that morning mothers fath ers sisters and sweethearts of these gallant boys who cheered them and waved goodbyes The only charge of drunkenness and riotous conduct against the Hop- Â¬ kinsville soldiers seems to have emanated from the pulpit Mr Mitchells remarks were not permitted to pass unchallenged at church Mr Clarence Anderson one of the noblest aud purest men in this city refuted the idea that war was unrighteous or unjust and the approval with which his remarks were received attested the breadth of the Christianity in the bosoms of the cultured congrega- Â¬ 1 RICO Sampson Really for Business KWE -- Gomez Advises Landing of the Invading Army at Matanzas Where He Will Have a Large Force Cable advices received from Rear Admiral Sampson announce his ar- rival oif the coast of Hayti Sunday with a division of his fleet He will remain at the point where he is now located until thejdepartment or one of the scouts informi him of the V appearance Special There is the best of authority for Washington May 9 the statement that thedayhaspassed without any report from Admiral A report jsnot expected for seyeral days No apprehension Sampson is felt for his safety It is believed that Sampson has been ordered to join the Plying Squadron and strike a blow at Porto Rico It is now admitted that he is at present with his fleet on the North coast of San Domingo about a days run from Porto Rico -- of the Spanish men-of-w- ar i TheTlontgomerys Whereabouts Special It is reported that the PgrjAju Prjnce Hayti3Xay 9 Cruiser Montgomery is off Mole St Nicholas passage between Cuba and Porto Rico picketing the windward - Madrid Is Notified TheCapt General dfPorto Rico cables Madrid May 9 Special confidential information of the approach of a United States war fleet He says there are threesuspicioits looking crafts hovering in the offing V II HI II- II Havana News Via Spain Down To Business at Last An official dispatch from Havana says Special Madrid May 9 Washington D C May 9 Special The Prjjsident to day sent an American cruiser and a large torpedo boat attempted to force the to Congress reciting the facts of Commodore Deweys victory channel and open lire oh the Spanish gunboat Antonio Lopez but after a jnessage anTTappointinghim Rehr Admiral and recommending that he and his a half houi fengagemeflt the American ships were forced to retire which sailed from St Vincent nine days ago Rear Admiral Sampson1 has with him a force which theL authorities believe will easily be able to de- Â¬ stroy the Spanish force even should it be reinforced by the armored cruiser Carlos V which has not been heard from for some time Should the Spanish fleet not make its appearance in West Indian wa- tiers by Tuesday the authorities a t will turn their attention to the bat CAPTAIN SAMPSON tleship Oregon and her consorts the gunboat Marietta and cruiser Nichterov whose safety will then be I VJ come a matter of anxiety Offensive movements against Puerto Rico may be expected to com- Â¬ mence immediately after the destruction of the Spanish fleet or upon re- Â¬ ceipt of information showing that the enemys are still on the other side of the Atlantic r It is possible that the two invasions may occur simultaneously 11 rij Lieut Col Henrys Salary 3000 and Capt Felands 1800 Washington May 9 The War Department has announced that the volunteer officers and men will receive the same pay asrmen hold Â¬ ing like positions in the regular army of the United States The salaries of officers of the regular army are as follows Major General 7500 Brigadier 5 000f Colonel General 55500 Lieutenant Colonel 3t000 Major 2500 Captain of light battery artillery 2000 Captain of cav- Â¬ alry or heavy artillery 1800 Captain of infantry 1800 First Lieutenant mounted 1600 not mounted 1500 Second Lieutenant 1500 not mounted mounted 1400 men-of-w- ar V men be given a vote of thanks would One Steamer Escaped Special The Governor General of-- Porto Rico Madrid May 9 cables that a Spanish niexchantmau was pursued by anVmcrican liner but escaped with theaid of a Spanish man-of-war Shot At But Missed Special Tli4 Yicksburg and Mqrrill got within Key West May 9 range of the big Spanish guns Sundayi while chasing a schooneVand had a narrow escape Only poor Spanish marksmanship saved them the shells falling all around without hitting It was a close call r An Army of 50000 Special It was given Chicknmauga National Park Ga May 9 40000 men of the volunteer army would be out officially yesterday that mobilized here just as soon as they have been mustered into the Govern- Â¬ official family ment service With the ten regiments of regulars now here filled to war strength the army at this point will number 50000 men It was also announced that Maj Gen Fitzhugh Lee Maj Gen Jos Wheeler andJMaj Gen Wilson would be in command the purpose being tto form the volunteer men into three army corps Wounded on the Baltimore The following isalist of the wounded Special Hew York May 9 latManlla all on the Baltimore Oflicers Lieut T W Kellogg Ensign V E Irvin Enlisted men Burlow Budmger Covert OKeefe Ricci- kirdilli Snelgrave all hurt but slightly Four Killed for Each Maine Victim Special Washington May 0 Laier details from Manilla re to day leived yesterday and 1Mii The story published this morning that GPjOOO American volunteers leave at once for Cuba is premature Nothing will be done in matter until the battle between the Spanish and American fleets at this Porto Rico No troops will be sent to San Juan until after the battle The Presidents policy in regard to Porto Rico is the same in re Â¬ gard to the Philippines He will first destroy the Spanish fleet and then occupy the island f The policy of the government is nnw clear and well defined The war is to be pushed with such vigor and aggressiveness as to insure its early termination The seizure of Porto Ricpand the destruction of the Cape Verde fleet if it has crossed the Atlantic will be followed swiftly by such a movement upon Cuba as Capt Gen Blanco and all his forces cannot withstand It is almost sure that both Gage and Alger will resign from the Cabinet before the end of the week They afejipon such strained re Â¬ lations that one or both will have to quit to keep peace in the Presidents - iisrx f - tion finnninnlu lniliiflf fori unrehinB cAtpinl nrn1n joats two transports navy yainland nme batteries including the looses ashore about twelve hundred Spaniards were ciueti or wounueu I The estimated value of the Spanish properly destroyed or capturedrts i tiooo000 M n the American side the total loss is eight men wounded and 50QJ mage to the ships Dewey cut the qablo because he could not get the useuf it from the laniTa oflice without taking Unit city at once Admiral Mdntejo was him fself wounded He fled tq Manila with his staff 1 tnuuna nf flirt s HttHttrrrfsr - -- r -- TORPEDO BOAT DESTROYER TERROR riayHayeBeigun Sunday The New York World has received the following copyrighted cable gram from George Bronson Rca dated Puerto Rico via San Domingo pfficials report heavy cajinonajding off the north of ecnto about fifty miles from here It lsbelievcd that Sampsons luauron U enfirairinir the Spanish Cane Yerde fleet The firing botrnn IpOUt oclock and was terrific The American fleet was dim fn- nrrfvi Jn PortpRjcan waters yesterday afternoon TJje Spanish fleet was exÂ¬ pected at about th same time Sampson came herewith orders to find lit nind reduce it H will after destroying the Spanish jihiiw fiecrln a tact blockade hhiJ if necessary will bombard aridlipture Pqrto May 8 Dominican icr wasp 1 Tho Terror of the Spanish navy iB n emnll vessel wnilo tho Terror of the United States navy ia one of tho vory largo oraft Sho belongs to that class from whloh mnoh is expooted in caso of hostilities bnt of which little is yet known positively tho torpedo boat destroyer Sho is of 400 tons displacement carries tho usual small rapid flro gnns nud torpedo tubes and is manned by a orew of 79 men in charge of Oomtnandor F do la Rooha Sho is said to bo ouo of tho fastest vessels in tho world iyv Hung Jury in the Cato Case Judge Cook Didnt Come y ii The expected appointment of a Commonwealth s Attorney W R Howell returned last night from Master Commissioner was not made Judge Cook didnt court at Eddy ville having- finished yesterdaV his labors there The st three come - The candidates for ithe days of court have been taken up place were all on the lookourbnt With tlje trial of the limportant mur Â¬ lie did not arrive on either of the He is en who killed trains from HddyvHle der casepf VYm Cat in ah important murder Conniq Askew on a shanty boat last gaged trial which necessitated a night fall The jury was unable to agree session Inst night fi He may conie JPlfftts Compared up t the 4at wtpori yesterday up to day and eml the agony early fcftd fidup4 SiaCltoolofoM in the Manll It is ujulttrutpod hat to morrow morning commend tition riNon of tho iwptuti 4b6Wh thftt Admital Pewey wJtli about they are dtaaifreed ouiy 5n Ue arhipn ttnoibUateil about 12000 question of the extent of the puniah- wt retijwlior t t JHSwBPwmv I m thatbicyclaa we Uital number of mini qient The Lexington correspondent U The ihiiMBe reason TJ1 fm fiit eYlf Mr Lathams Liberality A Lexington dispatch says Mr Jno C Latham of New York has remembered the Latham Light Guards with a handsome donation He has sent the Company a check for SI 000 to assist in its equipment Some time ago he authorized the Captain to draw on him for S500 in the event the Company was called out but he concluded with his characteristic generosity to double this amount when the boys were actually ordered into active service Missed at the Court House County Clerk Prowse had a lonesome day Saturday Both of his deputies Prank Prowse and Will Wicks arc away with the army and another son Chas O Prowse is an officer in the com Â¬ pany Stanley Long deputy Cir Â¬ cuit Clerk has gone a soldiering too and the absence of these popu Â¬ lar young men gives the offices at the court house rather a gloomy appearance Positions Will Be Held Nearly all of the young- - men who left their positions tp volunteer at their countrys call have been promised their positions again when they return This showri a spirit of patriotism and duty on the part of Hppkinsvillc merchant and business men worthy of the highest Naval officers of high rank in ac veservice are muchbetter paidthan ti army officers of similar rank An Admiral receives 13000 Vice Ad- Â¬ miral 9000 Rear Admiral 6000 Commodore 5000 Captain 4500 Commander 3500 Lieutenant Commander 2800Lieutenant jun Â¬ ior grade 2400 Lieutenant sen ioj grade 1800 Ensign 1200 It will be noticed that the salary of an Admiral is 5000 more than paid to a Cabinet officer and it is Government the highest salary paid by the excepting the Presi- Â¬ dent of the United States Fifteen Spanish Prisoners Atlanta Ga May 9 Fifteen Spanish officers and privates cap- Â¬ tured by the United States navy arrived from Key West under a guard of twenty five armed men The officers will probably be pa- Â¬ roled but the privates will be kept under guard at Fort McPherson Col Henry Cook who has been or Â¬ dered to return with the headquart Â¬ ers of the Fifth regiment to Fort McPherson will have supervision of the prisoners of war Louisville Gets the Convention Norfolk Va May 9 The Bap Â¬ tist convention referred Dr T T Eatons resolution asking that the Kentucky delegation be permitted to nominate Kentucky vacanqica in the Seminary Board of Trustees to committees to report next year The convention alsodeclinesto make any nominations and requests the Board of Trustees not to fill the Kentucky vacancies till next year The convention will meet in ville next year Assignees Report Louis- Â¬ As assignee of Thomas Brown deceased Judge Jo McCarroll yes Â¬ terday filed a supplemental report with the county court 1kwh the of 1QP cHKliiorg of the eataie t mt KM5LjPjrr 4itrlHpt nwowif fee 1 KT - - iJB HAD A i Hoife r R lllWlWUnpnpiPIQqHPQp v o tuaraKi r-r WWiWTiTr-TirrT-TrnfTrTiHiB- vszb i CHARLEY CAMPBELLS CXSE Ul adored Mlnftrtf loSKCuriie H Windin Up in a Razor Solr Nar HtWw an afrirreiratloiu if Saturdav city g emmeu wearing- sto dos - Campbell was represented by Col Â¬ and silk hats and white shining E G Sebred The jury after hear ing the evidence and arguments of Hhirts was not altogether to the liking of certain dusky swains of counsel retired and after a brief And when they conference returned with a verdict that community fix- Â¬ marched through the streets pf finding the defendantguilty and Gracey with a band at their head ing his punishment at one years playing Therell be a Hotrime in confinement in the penitentiary His council will enter a motion the Old Town To night and when claims the cullud belles of Gracey smil for a new trial Campbell the shooting was justifiable Crow- Â¬ ed approvingly and waived red ban Â¬ danas a conspiracy was straight- Â¬ der having struck him without way formed to carry out the proph- Â¬ provocation ecy which the music implied Early Movement Looked For As a preliminary step the con- Â¬ four spirators proceeded to take on co- - v Tampa Fla May Npious draughts of Gracey stimuli companies of the PifthInfantry and when the performance began broke camp to day two companies they assembled outside the hall and going to the Dry Tortugas one to lowed if they could t get a ban Galveston and one to Fort St Phil- Â¬ theyd break up de game accom- Â¬ ip Headquarters are moved back panying this suggestion with a to ForfMcPherson near Atlanta number of pistol shots The audi- Â¬ The camping grounds of the Fifth ence became wildly excited but not more so than than the minstrels The tremolo in the tenors voice could never have beed acquired by cultivation The conspirators had the hall ra surrounded and were proceeding to 2hZ- inaugurate the hot time in the old r i luSLiJL i town when Marshall Witty with a double barreled rapid firing shot gun and well filled magazines came within range He hailed the lead- Â¬ ers and ordered complete surren- Â¬ All der The reply was defiant folks looks alike to us PORT JEETEnSOK DRY TORTUOA8 Marshall Witty then brought his battery to bear and six of the on Picnic Island was taken up by enemy capitulated the balance es- Â¬ the Firtst infantry and the duty of caping under full headway of steam guarding the Comal supplies de- Â¬ The captured are two Irving ne- Â¬ volved upon that regiment It was groes a negro named Faulkner said to day that Gen Nunez left Henderson Owen and two whose for Washington last night for the names the Kentuckian could not purpose it is said of having a con- Â¬ learn In addition to the prisoners ference with Gen Miles He is not the Marshall captared four revol- Â¬ expected back before Wednesday vers and three razors and no movement of either the Uni negroes succecdedin making ted States of Cuban troops is looked The for before that time bond in the sum of 25 each It is almost certain that the ex- Â¬ By a Little Girl act point of landing on the Cuban The following poem was written coast has been decided upon and by Mis Mary Bronaughthc little probably also the date of sailing daughter of Lieut Win V Bro but army officials absolutely refuse naughan officer on the Castine to give out any information on the now with Sampsons lleet at Porto subject merely saying that notice Rico will be given twenty four hours be- Â¬ fore the time set for departure We Remembered the Maine Imtne dark month of February Grayson Springs calm waters lay t indications are that Grayson The ji Affgreatship strong andgraceful i oprings uncier ine present manage Â¬ In the Spaniard s own bay ment will be one of the most popular But a sudden explosion resorts in the South this season Lit up the dark night The company now in charge of the IJwas the ship clothed in fiery famou old watering place includes a number jof the most popular- - and JnlMacle the great light successful business men in the Andfor cowardly muider state among whom is Mr M S IVhich we would disdain -Thompson of Cadiz In the bright month of April The nevr management announces Wl3 REMEMBERED THE MAINE many alterations and improvements for - the approaching season 0thatday atManila A practical hotel man of successful black Spanish licet f The Stood with bullying and boasting experience has been selected to di- Â¬ rf V rect the affairs The grounds are And unwonted deceit f tJ being beautified under the care of But fye paid to them then boys professional gardeners There are Thar debt that has lain four large hotel structures three Iiilnefbreasts of all patriots stories in height with two thous- Â¬ And remembered the Maine and feet of galleriessurrottnded by In jthe terrible slaughter imposing shade trees Ample ac- Â¬ Theblue sea was dyec commodations for 500 guests Withjthat horrible crimson A two third rate to the Springs Tfrrom the ebb of lifes tide With4 a deep draught cf vengeance will be given by the Illinois Central throughout the season Though not unmixed with pain Cadiz Too Close On a sea lit with victory Tv We remembered the Maine The Kentuckian does not Vouch yJ for the story but Frank Waller 0vtreachery cruel tells it and proves it by Gns Tandy Ohjyou did we take An old darkey was in the store A sweet recompense Si buying a pair of pants when some- Â¬ Fpvengcances tjalce body came in with a copy of the OntliQsBay of Manila Daily Kentuckian in hand and ex- Â¬ With hundreds of slain citedly remarked- And great Spanish carnage Well I see the- Spanish navy ytd1 romeinbered theMaine has turned back and making for i And with heads crowned with glory Cadiz The old man pricked up his ears From victorys hand and asked Qui men arc assembling Twifphal banch What is de uavy Mr Waller Ships war ships that sail on AmlWjwui thousands water and have guns that shoot iThat are marcMing to Spain aid Mr Waller fifteen miles JUA wuinc KpaniBirrtiHhonor l MaYncV The old man turned as pale as a afHreVinber the eroW and finally said with a scar Â¬ M BRpNAUOIl ed ook on his face Msty7fh s if If dem things is coming up de 4TV i There is a lot of grayhaircd peo ribqr to Cad des gittin a leetle too P dyeing to get mhrri close to djs nigger Iliveober here v ljy Cerulean Springs and if de P tdlon Cadiz IM gwirte im fiome as close as - jVbverty soon ovortiBcto it ovei into Tcdd shores you born i 9--The JA Saturday night the colored troupe of this city went down tdthe village of Gracey to give a performance- The presence of such Pound Guilty ami Gyn been a most papular resort during v In tht Penitaiitimy One the past Week - Mrs Clardy has as her guests Misses Moore of The cafoe of the Commonwealth Owensboro Massey of Texas Le against Charles Campbell of this ticia Fairlcigh Willie Rust and city charged with maliciously Toney Ware of this city Quite a shooting and wounding Frank N number of Hopkinsvillc young men Crowder a flagman on an L N made pilgrimages to Gracey with train near Henderson last fall came more satisfaction than the devout jtp in the Henderson Circuit Court moslem makes his pilgrimage to Mecca Ponulnr Homr Th beautiful home of Mr and Mrii John Clardy near Gracey has A iir iirrmrw inifHii n mmr - n mi nwwimwnwiwwimippiwii m l wuhimuiij viv Z - -- - j hm hhhiu nrwrTvui ujaagwaaMPcaaaMCTCTBasMTaaaagg luwiiTw 11 im T J core S OM 5H Q CT Hi n ti unci 3RH C p8iTi 9 B 31 QJ BOS o u o as b i HK ro co BJ a1 Ir O - Q ui -- aH - V S2n J Q LK sr m 2P o ws y O fD iti i iif M jv no P rn i M uo c Q Crq pi Wq - g 5cn l LU i i WT W 2 S m ic B S r O m a nna Km B ri P C Dgfiasito Be El -- a f IM n iO 33 Bi WP-S-- 5 Grange Sale Friday The annual stock sale SbS O O I I is r1 so Church Hill Grange next Friday and it is safe to say the usual crowd will be on hand Stock will bring high prices but it is not likely that the pens Will be as full as usual Of course the day will be delightfully- spent by all who attend - of the will 1p held 0 tj S T3 - u 6 --8 tr fi - B CO h r qui D lv0 wU yo w Uk a to M3 tn so otj rp re I 9 p 5 ESLe 3 W Cum M M t Qj tB late 8558 grigcri rj n a Bl B m P-S- S en 8 wi n re CD us8 cub 1 -- S CD J J S ft g 3 3 cg 05 aa CD lis o U r r- tfSTgtrS j J CD CD yn Wheat StlllSoars Chicago May 9 There were wild scenes in thewheat market to- Â¬ cr C CO na IB M co 5 w D os a lU d a a cr3 PS pB CD KM fn y s -a Jfr I ri IB T3 n T3 ai Vt O to - CO li fa C J mS T cd CD 3 P L- Bi CO c- T- S B CD la STg2J2S SS r era C b pj Cfffl MO- l J CJ oo 5 CD SG B - enBQ en0 CD J day and the higliprices went still higher May wheat closed at 175 and July at lpjf a ao J o o o CD S5rsg r MCB05H W t U n co a ai O So o 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tho Intcst improved W made by tho best tailors and from THE BEST GEOTH i a t - Ch Usmc For At Cost Price m1g 1 Or Will Be iteiitert At tli Noinloruin of J P IN iip SHOES we llave flic Best ill T I lll lilt llMilllili Illil lliliK 1A HftCt t - 0C i m 3ooPerYr J J GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU assflSl Ji j k M iBifflffi rft wttlf- - Ir Arc Iro ngentH for tho G13N rJINK WELSBA0 LAMP lMilluoat Light la oxistoua Remember the PlaeeNext Doorto flardwicks fi o c T ifef fcmrfniiai -- 41 JH r i f K j MWtMaf TwwMwimiMnuahiiiii nn mia - tiSSMMMillliflt T 4tt II HfnrTHI illlMMllMitlJiLL ZDbe 2ail - IfcentucMan by Delivered by carriers to all parts of the city sit A WAR PRAYER lliMshfed crcry morning except Monday OKAS J MSAOHAM 213 S Main 10 CENTS PER WEEK Printed lu the Jewish Onzettc of New Jersey s The- Dai - WIILIAK RRRINSriN SUBSCRIPTION RATES 85 Translation V Per Month Dont give Dewey allot Hie lets give Sampson glory ami Schley a chance Ex Minister Woodford who prov Â¬ ed to be such a failure at Madrid has coine home What has become of Montcjo The Spains Fighting Admiral dispatches are silent on that point If Sampson wants to do business he should cut the cable to Washing Â¬ ton as soon as he reaches the seat of war The Louisville bicycle races of the National circuit have been post- Â¬ poned till May 16 on account of the weather mam Manila wrapping paper and pa Â¬ per bags have gone up about ten per cenj since the battle in the Philippines the position that the Americans ought to retain possession of the Philip- Â¬ pines by right of conquest j The London Spectator takes -- iHHj The Oriental victory seems to have caused a waking up at Wash- Â¬ ington An army of 50000 men is to be sent South at once The Spanish loss at Manila was much heavier than first reported Maine ila seems to have offset the Maine victims about five to one There is a renewal of the talk of sending Maj Gen Lee as mili Â¬ tary governor to the Philippines No man could fill the position bet- Â¬ ter During the battle of Manila the heat was so intense that the Amer- Â¬ ican sailors stripped themselves to the waist while the conflict was be Â¬ ing waged McMillin now has an instructed majority of the votes for Governor in the coming Democratic guberna- Â¬ torial convention of Tennessee He has won the nomination without ever leaving Washington It is horrible to contemplate what might have been the result of Fighting Bob Evans had been in Dew- Â¬ Â¬ eys place But then the fighting was not done by the mouth Three Kentuckians were with Dewey at Manila They were Lieut John Gibson Lieut Hugh Rodman and W S Montgomery It is need- Â¬ less to say that all acquitted them- Â¬ selves with credit to sell a few islands when we want to raise moneyThere are l200of the Philippines and we do not need them all Lets hear no more talk of issuing bonds It is better in every way It is said at Madrid that Spain is talking of sending an invading army of 80000 to the United States They had better keep away if they do not want to be arrested by the police This is no time for Span- Â¬ iards to visit the United States Naval officers at Key West are indignant at the release of the French blockade runner Lafayette They believe the Lafayettes object was to provoke a quarrel as her captain had been warned not to try to pass the line Â¬ If Cuba is to be conquered why is not some move made in that direc- Â¬ tion It has been three weeks since war was declared and ten days since the army was mobilized Hostili- Â¬ and ready for business ties would now seem to be in order The smartest thing Dewey did was to cut the cable It gave him a week to whip the Spanish in his own way without being ham- Â¬ pered and bothered by the board of war at Washington that has prevented Sampson from talcing Ha- Â¬ vana since April 21st There were ten of the Spanish warships destroyed by the Ameri- Â¬ can fleet of only six Just why Ad Â¬ miral Dewey ordered four of them burned after they had lowered Jheir flags was not made clear At this distance it looks like these val ualle vessels shfculrt have been kept afloat and appropriated to our own UBIV merciful and gracious King God dfGods Lord of Lords in thy Is the only morning dttily ptfpor rpiibliahed is the soul of every living Maj Henry T Stanton poet sol Â¬ hands creature and Lthe spirit of every dier editor and gentleman died at within a radius of 70 miles of IlopcinsyiliQM look down from thy Frankfort Sunday and the sad human being fromheavensavewc dwelling Jf event will cause sorrow wherever holy Â¬ beseech theethy servantsthe Amer he was known lie was the author ican nation who dwell in these of two volumes of poems His Mon- Â¬ United States who adhere to the eyless Man is conceded to be one teachings of the beneficent attri Â¬ of the most popular poems in the to mortal beings Maj Stanton butes to do good English language to show compassion to th6se who was a great wit and as an editor he M formed by thy hand and who made the paper upon which his best are do this day efforts were put forth the old risk their lives as they watqr in to shed their blood like Frankfort Yeoman one of the Up m by commands to leading journals of the State and this war which duty who- sigh Cuban people one that was quoted far and wide deliver the and groan beneath the hand of the One Marcus Antoriius Hanna is relentless and cruel Spanish natior said to have led in the cheering who have thirsted for human blood To- Citj Subscribers 10 Cents Week Delivered when Deweys report was read from days of old we- pray O Lord of compassion actually proposing with his own mouth that three cheers be given thee pity and have mercy upon our for the hero of the Orient and em Â¬ forces on lalfd and sea and give Delivered at Your Door by 6 a m bracing Senator Tillman in a them strength and courage to stand IIWII llll IIIIMWIIIWWIMIW IMWHWWIIIIIII Is this the before the power of our enemies poroxysm of ecstacy same Hanna who did not want a and to subdue the pride of those war at any price and who refused who rise against us that they our to give his consent until his friend hosts return not in defeat Oh do in the White House was kicked in- Â¬ thou avert that with head bent downward and faces shamed to the fight May thy loving kindness uphold w CfAJ LHm wnw wiw Hfl nni iiiriiiiMiMwniwiinain Mr Gladstone Englands Grand and support us with thy righjhand Old Man is slowly Hearing his end to deliver the Cubans who are op The latest bulletin says MrGlad pressed and afflicted by lheir prose stone has been more comfortable cutors and to proclaim freedom fur during the last day or two but the them in order that they also ma local disease is slowly increasing enjoy the glow of enlightenment and and there is a gradual diminution of freedom which thou hast appor tioned to us sons of these United strength MMllMnWifWH States with thy full open holy ex Â¬ The first concert of Louisvilles tended hand great May Musical Festival was We implore thee prosper our IN AMD The principal ways that no sickness misfortune held last night soloist was Mme Johanna Gadski mishaps or evil accidents may be- Â¬ the great German prima donna fall us Bring our ships to desired The Festival will last for several havens and lead us by silent days and will draw large crowds waters Graciously bestow of thy to Louisville in connection with the knowledge understanding and wis- Â¬ Commercial Convention to meet this dom upon our authorities councilors week and the races now in prog- Â¬ and commanders that they ma ress succeed in their plans on the lines Dr Whitsitt seems to have won of love mercy and humanity that a victory at last in his famous con- Â¬ they may proceed thereon as now Appoint us for salvation and com- Â¬ LUMBER LIME AND CEMENT troversy over church doctrines Convention passion that violence outbreak and The Southern Baptist at Norfolk has refused to reopen calamity be unheard of in our land that perfect peace may be accorded the matter to us and to all who dwell in the Give us a call when you need anything in our line We have made a good start in the country now and forevermore line of vengeance but the trouble Amen is we didnt get the right ones Weyler and his followers are the Kentuckians in Missouri meat we want The Kentuckian always holds his HOPKINSVILIE KY Out of eleven of the new Major head up when he meets a friend Generals only two are baldheaded He never dodges an acquaintance The baldheaded men of the coun- Â¬ or deserts a neighbor He is al Â¬ try will have to rise up in protest ways true blue He likes romance 3 and would much rather runoff with against this discrimination a girl than marry quietly in a If Sampsons strength is- in his hurch Indeed he has been heard Ami tlie New Itlatliews Sewing Mncliiue hirsute adornments it is to be to express a doubt as to whether a will not cut off those beau Â¬ wedding in which the parents con- Â¬ -hoped he ONLY tiful whiskers until after the fight sented was altogether legal That It used to be spelled Manilla now he loves women and fast horses has Modern arm Sewing Machine They say Dewey passed aproverb but he likes only it is Manila the horses to be swift The Ken- Â¬ knocked one 1 out of it With all the lnteat im tuckian is a born politician When provements Â¬ Bell Passes Dr he comes to Missouri as he usuBell of this city who ally does when he arrives at the Dr Austin The best Machine for thf went to Lexington for examination age of discretion he first buys a least money ever rnnnufiiur as surgeon of the Third Regiment farm and then runs for office He u red Saturday successfully passed the usually gets the office and loses the Â¬ required examination and has re- Â¬ farm The Kentuckian likes policeived the appointment of second tics because it is part war and part Light running noisolesB sirnpje durable assistant surgeon at a salary of lottery He dearly loves both He 1400 a year The chief surgeon will fight at the drop of a hat and is Dr T W Wright of Bowling drop the hat lie will bet on any Â¬ Every Muohiue warranted Green and Dr Frank Boyd of Pa thing from a horse race to the 10 years ducah is first assistant Dr Bell length of the preachers prayer is a son of Capt C D Bell and a So he goes into politics Columbia A 50 Mnehino for for 21 brother of Dr Jno P Bell of Mo Herald and freight prepaid Longview He comes of a family Victory For Dr Whitsitt ci of doctors and is one of the most Cash must nccompnuy nl Â¬ 7 Norfolk Ya May The trus accomplished young physicians in orders county He graduated fromSouth tees of the seminary reaffirm the the SlKOliaOATIONS 3 wheel to keep dress from getting on wheel Western University and from the Wilmington action declining to re- Â¬ cuts Are the famoun Johnsons sot open the Whitsitt matter It wns TlioIIead Ts flvo and ono lmU Indies hlch InAttachnbox and consists of tucker rulllor a tin Medical Department of the Univer- Â¬ and eight and one half Inched long liisWlo foutluiinmors binder oulltor foot honlmer sity of Virginia and later took a suggested that a committee be ap- Â¬ measurement This Is as high as any family and folleruudor braider and sheerer oil can not niid oil two crcw papor six post graduate course in New York pointed by the convention to report machlno made andormustcalled bo Confounded of needles thumb drivers guagc bobbinsbook of so high arm mawith the medium screw and chines Tlio bead platu sou Into or level with dlrcotlons and subsequently served as sur- Â¬ next year on the advisability of tho tabic Tho Furniture Is woll mode highly nol geon in Belleviie hospital He has severing all connection with the The Noedlo Is straight self acting Hat on lBliccl and elegant In appearance All these one side and cannot bo set wrong machines will bo sent out with oak furniture practiced medicine here about a full Kentucky delegation lhc con- Â¬ The Shuttlo Is open on the end cyllndcr unless walnut Is specified JCach machlno hat to thpdraworH and absolutely self threading nice nickel year being now twenty three years vention will not agree to this Dr thapo Bearings Are all steel well fitted and a look drop rings to all and cover All machine Plato drawers Tho are woll packed and orated Helm Jones declared thatthe idjustablc old Personally Dr Bell is one of Carter belt tlueadlng The mnehluuls self thread ItlSAU OUJt GUAltANTKK ing nndno holo the most popular young men in the action did not yoice the sentiment except the oyo of to put tho thread through the nello Th Now Mathews Machlno Is warranted id county and is particular admired of Kentucky Baptists The foreign Tho Feed Uposltlvo In action and has no yeaiH from dato of purchase and thirty days wrings to got nut ofordor trial of It Ifporfeot and entire satisfaction by the soldier boys of this city who board reported receipts 124010 Automatic Bobbin WinderWill wind tho is not given the machlno may ba rcshlppod to as on to us at our expense and tin- money paid us and out of debt home board re ooublu as smoothlonlilo a spool of thread went wild with delight when the ThoStltch Is lock stitch Tho enmo will no tefunded promptly Uun be and will not news of his appointment was re- Â¬ ceipts 86000 There is scarcely on both sides shortened from ravel to thirty Under this guaranteo you run no risk what lengthened or eight i is f rl ix ever In purchasing tho New Mathews Machine ceived All of his friends in Hop- - aiiy jMupect ui luuuur uincubhioii stitches to tho incha flat spring Tho TensionIs own trial it of the seminary in the convention justable to all sizes of thread tension and ad You have thirty days reao ofyou in your wish homo and if for any should knibville rejoice in his success to tho machine it may co shipped to us Hand 4v loose Wheel U nlckle platod and has a at returnexpense 4 this year our and the money will bo ro wheel attached to operate bobbin winder Pnn Week 10 O y Kentuckian ja M k REAL K ESTATE AGENT ABSTRACTS OF TITLE IfflE Bright Newssf and j Upito ate News Wire to 2 a au Money loaned at 6 ner icniJ on firstdass real estate for a term of 5 years building lots in tho city and on errua to suit purchasers Prices lancrinK front 20 to 3000 They aro locnted in hniilv nvnrv mLH i nt 11 nlsohavoCorsalofarraB in this and adjoining couutiefc TlieBs farms aro Wo hnvo for salo bouio of tho bent 1 ni - owned by parties who wish to sell Below is a partial liat6f them A Fine Farm near Kennedy - - Well improved good land wellwa tered and limbered 180 acreB Price -5100 A Farm of 350 acres on Butter- Â¬ Â¬ M milk Road Two thirds in lino timber good im 1 provements well watered 8J miles from ho city Big bargain Price 900 Farm of 106 acres onButler Road Threo and one half miloa from thb city woll improved go d orchard and never failing water Â¬ Price A 750 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BUILDERS CONTRACTORS DEALERS fnrm of 20 acres on same road 8J miles from tho city well improvA good poultry or market gar ed den furm in good neighborhood Price 400 Farm of 75 acres on Greenville Road Six miles from tho eity The very bobt place in the neighborhood J aterials timber good wuler buildings orchard and in a fine state of repair11 Price 650 A Â¬ very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 acres near Elmo splendid neighborhood Price 100 Of All Kinds Twenty acres of timber the remain Â¬ All ing in high stato of cultivation the buildings in good condition 2200 near church and school Price Miles From City on Russellville Pike Well improved 15 ncrosof timber 5 136 55 acres acres on Ducker Mill road - 1800 DAGG RICHARDS Tlae3entxickiaii 1 Year - FEEE ucres of bottom laud 2 good houses 2 barns well wittered 15 acres timber Price U00 500 cash balance in ono and 2 years at 6 pnr ceut The best farm in tho neighborhood Besides these wo have othor farms for salo aud will take pleasuro in showing any of them to parties wish ing to buy Surveys Plats aud Ab stracts of title furnished all purchas ers Now is tho tiuio to buy real Â¬ FOR eBtato hB Hi Threo trncta of coal lands two of the mines partially developed Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest qual- Â¬ ity Ono tract contains 000 acres one 175 acres ono G5 ucres All within i mile Illinois Central 11 It Will Bell at bargains and on easy terms Uero uro fortunes for the right men Springs woll ing hotel For sale or exchange a good pay Will Bell Â¬ at tho famous Dawson located For sale a good first clues board ing house nt Dawson Springs Will Anil nn nnav fnt ma nr nvnlintin n frr good notes Tho owners business I compel uun io resiue eisownere 80 acre ranch well improved noar San Diego Col Will exchangofor property in Christiuu county Ify- Â¬ 1 1 A exchange for improved farming land at a bargain or 1 1 f Ji - William Robinson Aft Office Webber Street liopkinsville Ky Â¬ THE PRESENT CRISIS t I -- THEPOSHISPATCH Xg tlic Only - - L- Â¬ lAMiIg r With Its Own Staff CorrfpoiwIli at an rptntsoi xuterew At Havana J Mr Sylvester Soovl At Madrid Mr A E Hough U At Washington Mr Stephon Bommj At New York Mr Morton WHlkioa l - tit Pir u Â¬ skj Henry Williams Enlists Henry Williams of Bowling Green enrolling clerk of the House and a very bright young newspa permanj has enlisted in the Bowl Â¬ He is a son ing Green company of Mr J P Williams of Montgom Â¬ ery Ky Ellen Richardson a colored woÂ¬ man from Gordonsville here bn n visit to her daughter was taken with an attack of phthisic Friday a night at a late liSur and died in a In making your remittance wo prefer poatofiltfo Money ordor roffistwe sliort while The body was taken otter oxproHt money ordea or Now York Exouiingo Individual cljoeku m Josb eertiliea to will not be received to Gordonsville for interment Â¬ funded without running mnchlno Tho Movement Is the celebrated eccentric AH communications regarding the Nev7 movements posltlvoln action nndfowor work Mathews Machlno should bo addressed to ing parts than any mnchlno on tho market Tho Stand Has laigobalanco wheel hangs CUAS M MEACHAM on two adjustable centers Thatroadle Is lano and hangs In cone centers and all lott motion can bo taken up asters under nvsli on 1 an d Hapkinsville Ky oaubeeaBlly inovod Aletdrps guard ovor THB NPWS Or THB DAT IH THB POST DISPATCH 6Q livred by agent U iwnti SMg seiH My whm E2 K MIMIja l r SCHOOL BOARD MEETS 4 8 heS4 ViSfV PERSONAL JOaP HANDSOME OPPWE fcUtLWNG Behtfc Erected by Mrs Main iWlTWlT Judge ncCarroll Elected President J II Eggleton spent yesterday in Princeton Committee Appointed to con Â¬ Bou Johnson spent Sunday with fer With Council friends at Grace t F 2K B JiE Stowe ofHerridon was in The School Board met at the thacity yesterday w rVi oksI nlnro Rnturdav nlirht and uf lieidnn intdrcstint session ITS Isaac Garrptt of PembrokewTpMessrs Galbreath andStiteswho spent yesterday in the city a MShflrt been elected that day quniincu hw B McGary of Paducah in a by talcing the oath and certificates gUCSt at inc rnutiiiA JLUVV were then issued to tlicm me Dr W A Haynes of iroycll 11 MtMtm - it agreed to suspend the ordinance in regard to shooting fire crackers etc and give the boys a chance to celebrate MAJ HENRY T Detw Arid 6th Spr ing it v SfANTON Suitsi 1 A J A - I t - -- next thing1 was the reorganization ofihe Board Mr C P uraucn and Judge Jo McCarroll were The ballot placed in nomination resulted in the choice of Juige ivic-Carroll A committee was appointed to confer with the city council relative Ho that bodys recent action jin the matter of the school of opinion the In fundJtoi the members of the School Board Ithe educational fund has been un justly deprived of ten per cent of fits revenues and this the Board will the Council to restore H - c irmf flm School Board iiirures 1firf uiii n flicscm uvinil ovfnflflititr U1UL W1C unnn4wvfc 1900 will be wiped out 1- spent yesterday in the city Mrs John Jones of Beverly was in the city shopping yesterday Mrs Tom Wall of Gracey was shopping in the city yesterday Mr and Mrs James Cayce of Beverly spent yesterday in the city Mr Allan Hardisonof Nashville spent Sunday with friends in the city s visit Mrs JohnFeland Sr relatives in Lduisyille this intr ik - -- week J W Worrell of Greenville is in the city to day a guest at the HERE AND THERE WMv J nng All bachelors are old bachelors Hot Rolls at Miller s every eve- - iirm Vegetables of all kinds at Wallis fa grocery Saratoga Chips at Millers all the time Cream Bread fresh every day at Miflers Strawberries fresh every morn Â¬ 1 wi fM Jty t ing at Wallis Grocery Louwelsa is all the rage Call Condy on Graves Jas Fox col died yesterday in the city He was an old man ftLovp fire and a bad cough are three things that cannot be hid Louwelsa the newest ihincr in yarl goods at Graves Condy s ever written is quite as JBTk b book raftv realistic as a well filled pocketbook mmt in a Condy s window Sec Graves MR slay of Louwelsa the newest ing out in art goods A good part of the tobacco crop as been set out and about all of it iV ill be planted the next season mmLW 6 Have you seen the beautiful dis- rt Con- play of Louwelsa at Graves fp dvs It is the latest thine in art goqds Mrs Thos W Long as usual re- Â¬ ports the first home grown straw- Â¬ berries They were ripened under a canvas John Parker and Jesse Wood col were fined 5 and costs each for drunkenness in the city court yes terday morning John Youngs new brick building on Sixth Street is nearing com pletion and will be ready for occu- Â¬ 1J pancy in a week or two For ice cream lemonade milk shake pop on ice gingerale fruits and home made candies call at wSMi Breslins Candy Kitchen on 9th st Snow fell Friday at Louisville m and other points as far south as up Bowling Green This is the latest snow on record with one or two ex i Phoenix Mr Robert McCullpch of Jack- Â¬ is visiting his parents son Tenn in the city Squire AV B Brewer of Fair view was in the city on business yesterday Mrs R C Hardwick is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S W Anderson at Owensboro Mrs C W Radford and Mrs Will Chiles of Casky were in the city shopping yesterday Ed Lawson went to Chattanooga Sunday to see the troops encamped at th e N at ion al P ark Rev Edmund Harrison preached at the Baptist church Sunday in the absence of the pastor Mr T C Underwood returned yesterday from Trenton where he spent Sunday with his famiiy Nat Gaither W S Goodwin and T C Hanbery represented the to- Â¬ bacco interestsat Cadiz yesterday Mrs M G Rust and daughter - Mrs T C Underwood arc at home to relatives after a pleasant visit at Trenton Death tftSe Wlwr of The Mutt Mrs Geo Merritt has let the con Â¬ Cd forithe tract to J H Dagg VIM V8 s 1C erection ot a Handsome omcc Rim Â¬ ing oh Main street bstween Rjfth Frankfdrf Ky MJty 0 Maj jiiwi Sixth- streets The bwiliiimr Wrnrv MK atitnniwef soldier and will bcthree stories in heiglft and editor iled at his home in this city Will be built o brick antUstbne and atll Oclock yesterday n the sixty Mai Stan- handsomely furnished throughout fourth vcar of hia aire ofltees Un Â¬ ton had been in declining health for There will be sixteen der the roof and the desirable loca Â¬ three years from Brights disease tion proximity to the court house the immediate Cause of his rathbr and the centre of the city will read Â¬ sudddn death beingf paralysis of the york has heart ily command tenants on the foundation already begun His last serious illness had last Â¬ to ed only about ten days and while and the building will bgpiiMied m v a speedy completin his famjiiy had been summoned the end wasiOt deemed near Account general assembly of Ihe During a short sleep after a rest Â¬ Presbyterian churcliIthyi C R less night his breathing suddenly R will sell round trip tickets to became labored and he passed New Orleans on May 17j 18 and 19 quickly and peacefully away at rate of one fare Return limit The funeral will take place from E M SJierwood June 4th the Ascension Episcopal church of Agt this city at ll oclock Tuesday C A Little UritlfDeal morning Maj Stanton married Miss Mar- Max Myers and wife yesterday Sterling in sold to H M Daltomnd J Matt tha Lindscy of Mt grown Adams a parcle of land lying oil the June vJ85G She and nine children survive him The latter mile West Fork of Little rjiver The considera- Â¬ are Messrs E L Stanton of of the city north Frankfort II T Stan Jon Jr J3t tion was 150 cash Louisjj Stoddard Stanton Lexing- Â¬ A Compliment to fir Bush ton Mrs J G McLean Mrs Geo Frankfort Mrs C W people were highly pleased L Wi The C H Bush as pro tem Dors6y Mrs Lottie Carpenter with Judge Judge and during his short stay Crescent Hill Misses Florence anjtl he has made many warm friends VirginiaStanton Some of these days Calloway county will give Judge Bush its instruc- Â¬ Had a Cake Walk tions for a District or State office if A large audience was at the he will only give them a chancer Friendship Hall last night to wit i Murray Ledger ness the first of a series of which will afford many New I C Agent at Qracey - diversions to colored Gus Higginbottomagent of thVlC pleasantsociety during the season The at Gracey has resigned and Jack stage was reserved for the white Moorman of Evansville has been of whom there were quite a appointed to succeed him fcThe guests judges awarded the change took effect yesterdayMr number The cake to Jo Monroe and his lad Higginbottom has returned tphis Mj Tim McReynolds was a close second former home at Marion Hot Stuff was not very far Moorman has been an operator in and behind Five couples competed the service of the company iorsev- -- t - - Our showing of new Spring suits is notf There isnt anylitiiig new or missing from our display it Hiiry fifr best is ddiriibe that The best and highest priced tailor in the landt couldnt offer you better made garments than our f - sHigh Make - JTILX t J9r u it satis- - gr Couldnt fit you any better- - or give you rniqre faction rill k r Atl there isnt anything Where near here equal to our showing any nor immense lines no such variety -- Dont Wait Till Our Stock is Broken f Come In Now While Our Selection Is Full Cake-Walks- - toSwAaKhww otwjxw wifei yvjo5wbC WrA ill S H K f Mrs W P Winfree returned yes- Â¬ terday from Nashville where she spent the past week with relatives and friends Stephen Trice Jr and Dr C H Tandy spent Sunday at the hos- Â¬ pitable home of Mr and Mrs John Clardy near Gracey L E Vandegrift and C B Hol man a pair of popular Knights of the Grip from Nashville were in Â¬ terviewing their customers yester- Â¬ day Rev J W Mitchell preached at the Christian church Sunday morn- Â¬ ing the pastor Rev II D Smith being engaged in a meeting in the country H L Arbogast who wrote up the Uncle Josh interview for the tfy j of the LouisvjJJe To the Patrons Dispatch Jfe v -- BASE BALL Special r l 1 r cations Master Hugh Wood is nowljjhp iv yesterdays results authorized agent of the above Cincinnati 5 St Louis ls named paper and will see that your t Pittsburg 9 Louisville 5 paper is delivered promptly Send 1-- Chicago 12 Cleveland 1 your name and address to him ona York 3 Brooklyn 1 JST postal card and let him bring you fNew 0 v Boston Baltimore 10 We are finxiois to increase our tiaae and are will the best newspaper published in Washington 11 Philadelphia 6 the south to your door at 50 cents ing iio share our profits with our custoipers and to ac 4 K ifper month for the daily Single rf complish this hereafter we propose to copies 3 cents only Sunday cojjr t STANDING OF THE CLUBS es 5 cents The Dispatch MV 8 W D Ham Manager Circulation Baltimore 11 Cincinnati i 8 i Patriotic Princeton People A i Cliicago fr 8 i Uoston The people of Princeton will celer Cleveland 9 A iA 7 brate the great naval v i ctory of B rookly n Commodore Dewey at Manila at Pittsburg t it rtnuaueipiini o o the OperaHouse Tuesday evening Washington fH 8 4 x May 10 Speeches will be made by Wflw vB r8 4 13 Kentuckian some time ago has lo- Â¬ Hons Wm Marble John C GatesV Louisville 8 to the amount of the pnrchnse either it bo ten cents or 2 Ward Headly and others St Louis cated at Portland Ind on the Popular national airs will bei Review These coupons when received Bachelors arc about as useful as one hundred dollars rendered by the best musical talent The following parties left yester- Â¬ of by the customer and amount aggregates to 20 or more the city The city council has they are beautiful day morning for Louisville to at- Â¬ tend the Musical Festival Mrs will be exchanged by us for the M Jones and daughter Miss T Nannie Byars Allan M Wallis W Of a large variety of solid R Bowles Max Raubold and Mrs rrflLlLS rritLEL - CUBA - I GIVE COUPONS WITH EACH PURCHASE - mitt THE PALACE it Mr W L Bamberger who went G W Cayce flak Furniture Antique finish over to Nashville last week to visit Mr J L Morrison of Chicago liis mother was taken quite sick 111 a prominent and wealthy grain r Consisting of rocking chairs book case writing desk while in that city and is too ill to dealer of that city spent Sunday return home with the family of Dr M W Wil- Â¬ table hall rack medicine chest elc Just Received A large lot New liams Mr Morrison is a great fm For more particular description of the presents call at Nai Silks for waists and skirts Come lover of the thoroughbred horse and Outdoing others Outdoing ourselves in vnluo giving Greater Bar to see us for style and elegance owns several very fine animals now gains raoro Bargains than over befcjrp Wo aro soiling cheaper because our store and see them and we will explain how to We lead others follow at a slow quartered at Adelbert stock farm wo aro eolling more Wo havo obtain them free of charge and provide an opportunity pace Mr Morrison was an officer in Richards Co Hats tiriinmed injthe latest styles to beautify and enrich your home absolutely Ladies our millinery department the United States navy at the out- Â¬ Sailors in all the new shapes and colors rcivil war hasnt an equal in the city for break of thecommission but resignedÂ¬ lir to accept a in the ConRibbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimming style quality and low price Buy your summer hatn of us and you federate States Navy Jiave you seen our line of new belts will be more than pleased Eloquent Young Han JewcUbelts leather belts kid gloves corsets The intelligent public are quick in coming to conclu- Â¬ Richards Co At the Methodist church Sunday Hosiery handkerchiefs etc Bargains speak for themselves sions They already know we undersell all competi Â¬ Our gents furnishing goods stock morning and evening the pulpit was tors and have no old cheap worn goods in every detail If filled by Mr Arthur Casey a is yon wish to dress correctly you young theological student of Van Yours Truly can always find the latest here derbilt Training School He deliv- Â¬ ered two discourses of unusual KichnrdsCo On May 24 ahd 25 the Southern strength and eloquence and was a Kentucky Medical Association will listened to with deep interest His M hold its annual meeting in this city presence is prepossessing his lan Â¬ The Christian County Medical As Â¬ guage well chosen hiB articulation sociation will hold a two days ses- - distinct and his gestures graceful M Ills discourses evince no little re Â¬ sion on the same dates Will have a few choice summer patterns on display search and study Mr Casey will ijr When the first dispatches an become a distinguished pv divine if WEDNESDAY MAY 4 nouncing the battle at Manila the promises of his young manhood Wt leached Madrid they indicated a are fulfilled Sec them before ljuyjng viuiury unit uie mijuir Bptiniwii V mm tiuLrine announced that hecould There is already sonie complaint difficulty restrain his of fly in the wheat buthe crop is PP S Only 10 Cents a Week joyotFfcoiions Iie can do it vjtjji mwiiig too mpldiy ot ht hurt Millinery Millinery - CUSTOMERS CHOiCE OF A Wv FEE OF CHARGE up-to-da- te Mrs A da Layne v LEADER -- RICHARDS CO - THE DAILY I 1 Wrjt KENTUCKIAN 4- Mm ijin dly mwr yuch P v MME FLEURETTE ilY Delivered tit yourjtloor byGoch BBW KAn dm