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Daily V entiichimi fl PEIOE 2 CENTS VOL 1 NO vilSi HOPKINSVILLE KY FEIDAY MOKNIM MAY 13 1898 SAMPSONS MORROFORTA HEAP OF RUINS n BIG t GUNS 1- THUNDERED AMERICAN BLOOD 1 here expecting Spanish warships to appear off the coast of New En g land War vessels arc believed to be off Nantucket - nan Fighting Bob Evans of the Iowa Has His Chance San Juan Bombarded and Porto Rico Now at The Powers to Intervene LondonMay 12 Special TheJ6yening newspapers here say on what they claim is authoratie solircesyHhat the nowenfiare determined to prevent the United States froinf carrying the wariinto European waters Jf v They say further that Manila escaped bombardmentjfat the hands of Deweys lleet through the active intervention of the German Consul tfv acting under the direct lnstructionslof the Emperor lfev It is thought that the UnitedTstates will not be permitted to acquire such strength in the far East fr asfis involved in the occupati on of the tp Philippine islands ij authoritatively at the State Department that there is no truth whatever in the allega tion that three European arbitrators have madefriendlyrepresentations against the extension of the war in the Philippines - SPILLED IN BATTLE Fierce Fighting at Cardenas Between Hostile i ENSIGN BAGLEY AND Vessels vtk i No interference Has Been Attempted Washington D C May 12Special It is stated FOUR SAILORS DIE ON DECK OF THEIR SHIP Sampsons Mercy SPANISH CABINET GOES Torpedo Boat Winslow Seriously Damaged Graphic Description of the Terrific Lieut Bernadou fells of the Fight Key West May 12 Special Lieut Bernadou says of the Engagement en- - Key West Pla May 12 Special There was an engagement off Cardenas near Matanzas yesterday at 2 oclock in the afternoon The United States Cruiser Wilmington commander C C Todd the torpedo CAPE VERDE FLEET AT MARTINIQUE TRY FORMED boat Winslow and the auxiliary gunboat Hudson were engaged One officer and four men were killed and several were wounded The dead are ENSIGN WORTH BAGLEY Kayti Wlay 13 I a JOHN VAR VERES OILER E JOSIAH TUNNELL CABIN COOK Sampsons fleet bombarded San Juan Porto Ricoto day G B V MEEKS FIREMAN The shelling of the city began this morning J DANIEL FIREMAN SPYS SUICIDE The engagement took placj inside the harbor of Cardenas The sun up the American fleet of nine war ships MILLION DOLLAR FIRE Just before gunboat Wilmington the torpedo boat Winslow and the gunboat Hudson appeared opposite San Juan The first shot was fired by the were the only vessels engaged They entered the harbor for the pur- ¬ pose of attacking some Spanish gunboats which were known to be there Iowa Fighting Bob Evans ship These latter were Destroys a Great Grain Eleya Towel and Silk Hankerchief the Spaniardshowever fire not discovered by the American force until opened The land batteries of Cardenas supported The shot took effect the fire of the Spanish gunboats Were What He Used Chicago tor in The Indiana then opened with her heayy guns and in a The engagement commenced at 205 p m and lasted for about an hour few minutes all of the American vessels were sending shells yfc The wounded are into the Spanish works fiIorro fort was soon a heap of ruins R E COX gunners mate Was Used By Armour As a Ware- Wednesday He Gave Evidence I MKEONi quartermaster There was but a feeble response from the fort and the Span J PATTERSON fireman Of Breaking Down Co- ¬ house Loss Fully Covered ish guns were silenced in an incredibly short time F FRAY llapsed And Wept LIEUT J B BERNADON By Insurance The Spanish steamer Rita was captured by the United All are slightly wounded except Patterson whose condition is seri TO PIECES AND A NEW MINIS Port-Au-Prin- ce gngementr We went in under a tull headway of speed to attackthe Spanish gunboats at Cordelias harbor underforders from the Wilmington One boat was badly damaged and itfjbrqught here for repairs I think she will be ready for sea again in weeks The Winslow su tiered most Five of her crew were killed The number of injured has not been ascertained to il ¬ Ensign Worth Bagley was appointed from North Carolina on Sep- Washington May 12 George tember 7 1891 May 12 Grain ele- ¬ The battle while it last was terrific The Wilmington and the vator AD belonging to the Chica- ¬ Downing alias Rawlings the man sus- ¬ Hudson were ahead and opened lire on the Spanish boats which were Quincy Railroad arrested last Sunday under go Burlington Porto Rico Bombarded was destroyed by fire this after- picion of being a spy in the service lying at the docks The firing began at a range of 3500 yards Dispatches received at the noon Losses on building and con- ¬ of Spain hanged himself at the Special Wash nylon D C May 12 A few minutes later the Winslow came up and also opened fire In State Department this afternoon from St Thomas say that the fortifica tents will aggregate about 1200 Washington barracks to day shortly an instant the entire attention of the Spanish gunboats and land bat- ¬ after 9 oclock A towel and silk teries was directed upon her From all sides shot and shell poured up- ¬ tions of San Juan Poto Rico are being- crumbled by shells from Admir 000 The elevator contained 1115 000 bushels of grain valued at handkerchief were used as the in- ¬ on the little torpedo boat The Wilmington and the Hudson still kept up their fire but they al Sampsons fleet A terrific fire has been kept up steadily for more S890000 the property of P D Ar- ¬ struments of death could not turn aside the terrible storm of fire and death pouring in upon Lthan two hours with fearful effect speedy capitulation of the city mour The grain was full insured The Yesterday Downing gave evidence the torpedo boat lis inevitable The crew of the Winslow however never faltered for a second At was a most exciting one of breaking down and after speak ¬ The fire of his comingtrialthe certainty 225 p m a solid shell crashed into the hull of the Winslow and knocked Railroad employes with a bravery ing took of conviction and his lack of friends out her boiler In an instant she began to roll and drift helplessly approaching recklessness Then there was a moment of awful suspense A tierce cheer of switch engines on the side track he collapsed and wept He wasarrested Saturday night triumph went up from the Spaniards on the gunboats and in the bat- ¬ leading between the blazing lumSenor Mo Madrid May 12 -- Special is said a search of teries and again a storm of lire was opened upon the hapless boat liy Chief st Secretary for Colonies Senor Gullon Minister of ber piles and coupling to standing his roomsWilkie and revealed evidence which The gunboat Hudson which was lying nearby started to the assist ¬ freight cars dragged them blazing MToreign Affairs Senor Bermejo Minister of Marine and from theheartof theconfiagaration those who made the arrest ex ¬ ance of the Winslow She ran alongside the torpedo boat and tried to Jonnt Siguena Minister of Public Works nave resigned Elevator D which was used pressed confidence would convict throw a line to the imperiled crew Up to this time with the exception of one shot which disabled the from the Cabinet The retiring ministers grave various by P D Armour as a store house him boiler of the Winslow the firing of the Spanish gunboats had been wild of grain contained l115000bushels Polo to Leave To Norrov excuses such as illness weariness etc is believ as follows One hundred thousand May 12 Senor but as the Winslow lay rolling in the water the range grew closer and Montreal ed to Cabinet meeting the resignations bushels of wheat 626000 bushels of Polo and his Que have declined shells began to explode about her party Ensign Bagley and six men were standing in a group ou the deck of corn 200000 bushels of oats 150 all social attentions owing to the rill be definitely announced the Winslow 000 bushels of flax 4OJ000 bushels of rye Theiine was thrown and at the same instant a shell burst in the New riinlstry Formed very midst of the group of men on board the Winslow Armours loss on gcain will foot Madrid May 13 1 a m Special The expected cabinet crisis Finally the Hudson succeeded in getting a line on board the Wins- ¬ upS890000f fully covered by insur lime to night and the resignation of the ministers were accepted The ance J ne elevator was valued Jit low and was towing her out of the deadly range when the line parted lew ministry will be formed immediately According to the latest fore- - 285000 and was also insured and again both boats were at the mercy of the Spanish fire At 330 p m the Hudson managed to get another line in the decks ist its personncrwill be as follows Sagasta prime minister Drqus- ENSIGN WORTH BAGLEY of the Winslow but there were only three men left at that time to make Itut minister of Foreign Affairs Gounod minister of marine Romeo it fast The line was finally secured and the Winslow was towed up to tan minister of justice Dyke ofVeragua ascendant of Columbus Pedras Islands where she was anchored with her dead and wound ¬ One of the Best Known Men Who mister of public works and agriculture and commerce ed on her deck Ever Came From the Naval feThc new cabinet will be formally constituted Saturday- - The Academy cglnges areconjred pacific in tendency Gullon wari the most war- The Wlnslows Dead Chicago 111 ¬ - States auxiliary cruiser Yale with crew on board Thousands of the population and foreign Consuls sought refuge during the bombardment in the interior of the island ous panish Cabinet Officers Resign tliat It ¬ that at nights It Ililcu niember orUf6MtiKiiir vihiof w T Cape Madrid May 12 ing that the Cape Verde KquadrVTSBpf atP6rtDeFranccMartinique a cr r i ii nr tnis is truthe iSpanish fieeTis directly in i ono uico iboiuuweHi mf Tii ti the pathway of the Qretron cominL northwirri j i i A Located SpdiiffgSffiJnter Bermejo admitted this even- - ymljPJeet V i tin Latest Reliable News From Dewey jHlungton May 12 Speciat -- The following dispatch which ras re d by Secretary Long late this afternoon shows that cable wr rvvuuuuncation with Manila has been restored nmi that Admiral Dewey has control of it t uTT Munjr K0nj Mny J2secretary of the Navj Thereis littlechan jre yuc huuuion Hnjcewy last telegram I am tratisfcrringto transports breJHOadjnjj rillea from sunken Spanish also stores arsenal in I am maintaining strict blockade Add M ltfwrW Ussels m Correo in probab iy r 7 K iIpion Rmh H men-of-w- ar ft yMJ DEWEY IW UI Kn0uh Mf USpecial Ftr if Spantah Ship Kr Admiral Carrier Annapolis MdMay I2r Ensign Worth Bagley was one of the best known men who ever came out of the Naval Academy Ensign Bag ley graduated finally from the aca ¬ demy in June last He was a bright and capable man His local fame 1UNISTKII 1IKRHAHE was chiefly on the athletic field be ¬ full back of the academy news from Manila ing the It is probable eleyen and he played in the series that the party will sail for home on of West Point and Naval Academy Saturday games Church Social xt BASEBALL The Childrens Mission Band of Special the Universalis church will give a St Louis 5 Cincinnati 8 social at the residence of Polk Lpuls 2 Cincinnati 3 St Ice Canslor on Fpurteenth street Pittsburg 2 Louisville 3 cream and cake will be nerved to Chicago 4 Cleveland 12 all defcirlug it at a cost of ten cents Botdn 15 Baltimore A pleasant time is anticipated and WiLdjington 10 Philadelphia 7 a cordla Invitation Ik extended to NaytfXpnf 6 Brooklyn JlAttt i Special The Winslows dead arrived here this afternoon and are now lying at an undertakers establishment No orders have been received as to the dis They show fearful wounds position of the bodies Key West May 12 Forts Were Destroyed The American boats at Car ¬ denas destroyed the barracks near the water and a large part of the town One gunboat and two torpedo boats were also destroyed The Spanish had masked batteries hidden in the bushes behind the houses A Capt Ilutchins of the Hudson say 4 Spanish Steamer Stranded Wilmingtqn D C May 12 Special A large white steamship fly ing the Spanish flag is stranded near here War Revenue Bill Reported Speclal-r-Senator Allison chairman of the Washington May 12 Senate Committee on Finaucereported the War Revenue bill thi after- noon on bhajf of the jninorUs Majority report authoriaes issuance of 150000000 r - - 1m 0 Til CX Ctf Zhc 35ail ftentucftian 1iibllthcd ROlM RlDtflQ COWBOYS owy mornlmr except Monday by I Delivered by carrfen to till iarts of tha city Are you interested in the prices of Ladies and Childrens Slippers San Antonio Tex May 12 F SUBSCKEPTIOX KATIS Three hundred and forty cowboys this is an opportunity that you cant afford to miss To closo those lineal IP 10 prom iew Mexico ana thirty nine 85 Week Per pERM0NTn AJ1 of ourlades and IN society leaders From New York are out right away we have decided to cut the 1 ll 111 ¬ the latest acquisitions ttf Roose N6rthDakota troops arc to be Kentucky as a Tobacco State velts riders Among the men from childrens slippers senltoMSagflfrandsco and thence He said he was a resident farmer the East are Craig Wadsworth One ffa whp lived on and managed his own r toManp of the best polo players in America farm and therefore knew of oppor ¬ i A if iffi proposition to send relief to tunities lost and saw others within Basil Ricketts a son of the late Gen Ricketts who haserved two j - Dewey Qfnms iltofrether unncccs- - the reach of the farmer He said years apprenticeship Ujir iiittle Chant shoes and suppers are th6 best wearing goods brotightm this Spn a Colo ¬ other fellow who with improved facilities for plant sar p n 1 i 11 i HW ing sowing reaping and deliver ¬ rado cattle ranch Hamilton Fish inuiiiui uiiu every uno wnu nus ever trieu cue in win i Le mo i dlrciiefT cesciiy ii crucii or cms assertion Jr another noted polo player ing crops the farmer was reducing of Colorado lW fe Says the St Louis Globe-Dem- o the cost of production to a minimum Horace Devcratix Springs and the Princeton foot ball ¬ Mr and Mrs Do Won Hop and can better afford to sell wheat crat team Win Tiffany of New 9 per have been divorcccU arid De at fifty cents a bushel now than at social favorite but who canYork a boast 1 under former conditions and Wolf is now a grass Hopper of a long experience of Western methods Tobacco was the only The Chicago Record paid 15920 crop which did not come under the ranch and ranges Kenneth Robin- ¬ Club nTforlacable dispatch 6f 2886 words same conditions He said no labor- - son of the Knickerbocker ItOngtellirig- of Deweys saving machinery for tobacco rais ¬ and Hollister thellarvard sprinter There will be about fifty of these uv Aa4 H vict orv this was uuuut ff Ltms ing had been invented He said W college and club men in all but a word notwithstanding this tobacco is the leading money crop of most of the their wealth and influence will se TliCgprison commission case has counties in the State The increas- cure them no special consideration beejifjdvuncedon tlie docket of the ed demand for Biirley arid the suit in the regiment One of them may J Court of Appeals and a decision ableness of the upper counties to get a Lieutenants commission and will be rendered before the court meet the demand he said had two Or three are likely to be made LflTTV ad journs for the summer vacation caused the Bluegrass to go up in non commissioned officers but the WORTH 75c 100 125 and 150 smoke and Louisville had become rest will serve as troops on a per- ¬ Gen Scwell has declined the ap- - the largest tobacco market in the fect equality with the rest of the v pointment of MajorGeneral because world He said Christian county men 1 J Attorney General holds that he stands at the head of those counties the SOLDIERS EQUIPMENT cannot be a United States Senator raising tobacco for export purposes from New Jersey and an officer in the He said what was needed most What the Boys Wiilbe Required He has were more intelligent army at the same time farming 250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75e 100 125 and 150 to Carry jfpurryears to herve as Senator and a diversity of crops Too much work was done in cultivating Next Monday has been definitely too much soil Then Two pairs black slioes broad there was too fixed upon for the departure of the great a tendency to extensive crop- ¬ toed heavy soled oiiepair suffici Cuban army of invasion of 16000 ping and too much risk in aiming at ent at first men from Tampa This program larg e crops of one kind He said Six pairs soft socks f We will also put in this sale our entire line of iinay be carried out unless the plans efforts should be made to have one black kid and tan Two suits underweart It 1 1 n Ll are changed again as they have acre produce now what formerly uuwon spring neei snoes sizes trom osto icJs at same big reduction Two dark blue flannel shirts Half been a dozen times or more two acres did Four towels It is a matter of regret Soap brushes tooth powder said During1 the recent riots in Milan he that so few of our vouth are comb and brush neecilesj thread we are still selling Italy one thousand persons were at primo Eastern 4iv 000 killed and 2000 being- educated as farmers Their scissors smaii snoe Drusn arrested One heavy pocket knife New York Cost In one instance twenty chief ambition encouraged by their wounded parents seems to be to g et into the Each soldier is allowha certain students were killed at the main AfR amount for clothing- in addition to station of the Vicina railway line towns Three hundred rioters set fire to all Experience teaches said he pay according- to the followingv j the railway carriages and the mili that the farmer and the merchant scale must harmonize He said as a For First Six Months First tary hurrying up unfortunately farmer he was willing- to help build Serg eant 5219 other Serg eants fired on the firemen who were tryi5146 Corporals 5055Unusicians ng- to disperse the rioters with a up Louisville and the State fe 4946 Privates 4S36l hose Many of the firemen were CURIOUS BEGINNING Any part of the clothing- allow ¬ killed ance not used goes to thecredit of flopldiisvil e Gas The Election Commissioners com- Of the Ham moth Barbed Wire the soldier A A Fence Industry pleted their organization at Prank Curing the Mule AND fort Wednesday by electing- F P I was riding along a mountain Chenault Secretary the salary beTwo women one of whom turned road in east Kentucky when I saw ing250 a year He is a Mt a grindstone in the woods to help a mule running- toward me with a Co Sterling lawyer 2G years old her husband perfect an invention swingletree dangling at his heels The board adjourned to meet in he was ashamed to let the world With great difficulty I succeeded in ¬ Frankfort June 15 when the ap- know he was frittering away his Have opened up their show getting out of his way and he con- ¬ pointment of three Election Com- ¬ time to develop Is the only morning daily paper published the other who tinued to go down the mountain at rooniB for the season in the missioners for each county in the made her husband so angry he a lively pace within a radius of 70 miles of Hopkinsville HOWE BUILDING Main Commissioner would not speak to State will begin her because she About a mile farther on 1 saw atreet where they have a Btock Ellis after themeetingof the board saw riches in another mans rival two front wheels of a spring wagon said We are going- to appoint as device helped to of the latest improved lav the broad and and a short distance away the far as we can silver Democrats deep foundation on which has just other wheels of the wagon box I gold Democrats Populists Repub- ¬ been reared in Gas Ranges For Sale Chicago one of the looked around to see if the driver At Cost licans and Prohibitionists The giant manufacturing concerns of Price Up-to-da- te had been hurt but finding- no one sole purpose of this board is to see the world The American Steel and I drove on In a few Or Will Be Rented minutest met that the law is upheld and fair Wire Company capital 24000000 a man walking rather quickly At the Nominal Sum of elections conducted Nobody who Mrs Joseph F Gliddon of De down the road has a 4job of any kind need apply Kalb 111 now 300 Per Year by Up dead turned the m Stranger he asked didTyou If there is not a fair election under grindstone r f Are also ngonls for the GEN see a mule down that road this law it will not be the fault of Mrs Isaac L Pi Elwood of De Yes DINE WELSBACH LAMP the State Board Kalb asked her husband whether Did he hev a ragoverhisyear The finest Light in exiBtenco To City Subscribers 10 she thought his barbed wire fence Cents Delivered Ididntseeany A story is published in London to or Uncle Joe Gliddon s was the i Waal itsall right I reckon the effect that Germany is prepari- better shrewdly replied that Glid ell stop when e gets flustered out ng- to signify her disapproval of a THE CRISIS dons was her choice Mr El- ¬ an I reckon es cured lasting- occupation of the Philippine wood was so exasperated at this What is he cured of I asked Delivered at Your Door by 6 a m Islands by the United States The point he would not speak to his Balkin You see I heerd that a V German Consul at Manila is said to candid partner for an afternoon grasshopper put in f th year o a THE POST DISPATCH have been instructed to make rep- ¬ and a night y but finally came to be- ¬ hoss or mule d cure im from balk resentations to Rear Admiral Dew ¬ lieve she was right He bought a in So I tied a rag over BIG ey differing mateiially in character the crit- ¬ Is the Only half interest in Gliddon s fence ters year so it from those of the representatives of couldnt get out IN St JLonIs Paper He paid 1 for it To day he is cotched a gnasshopper put im iu other powers Very heavy claims worth by estimate 15000000 With ItH Own Staff Correspondents an stranger its the it is said are being- encouraged up Starting from meager beginnings I ever seed Th mule best remedy at all v on the part of the Germans who didnt give At Havaua-T-PoiutB of Interest with both the originators and a me no time to get in the wagon have suffered from the bombard I In order io make room for wheels of our own manufacture Mr Sylvester Scovel third inventor Jacob Haisch also never seed a mule so j ment of Cavite and Germany it is sprightly I At Madrid of De Kalb obscure men in the we will sell what factory wheels we have ou hanh at and i reckon th hoppers got out further asserted proposes to obtain world Mr A their wonderful devices Ill go and cotch the mule nojyjan - At Washington E Houghton control of the Philippine Islands WashM7 leaped into a demand undreamed ington Mr Stephen Bonsn Star guaranteeing- thepaymentof Spains of With rjfr 4 At New Yor- kprosperity came savage indemnity It is believed this plan i ltd Mr Morton Watkine battles for supremacy and as the i Industrial wonventioniP is exceptable to Emperor Francis i HfJt hv last step toward peace the Ameri ¬ Nashville Tenn May of Austria and it is under- TI1E NEWS OP THE DAY IN f Joseph ll The 25 wheels cut to 19 and J can Steel and Wire company makes Tennessee IIBW mt R Industrial Convention stood to have been passively ac- ¬ aniifk f its bow to the commercial world met here to day with 50 Syracuse cut to 37j5 THE POST DISPATCH 1000 lele cepted by France which country and to 12500 employes in fourteen gates present George W is so strongly interested financially Ochs of 15 mills in bringing about the latest Chattanooga 75 Delker cut to 50 couts a week seven days if de served as temporary in the rehabilitation of Spain The combination a success livered by ngent GO cents a monlli where the chairman of the convention s Ex- objection to this scheme is that if sent by muil master mind of J P Morgan failed Gov James D Porter of Paris not now happen to own Spain does credit is given by the trade to Col was elected president Come Early beforejhey are all gone any Philippine Islands to mortgage The day John W Gates Col John Lambert and night sessions were consumed to Germany or any other nation Col Isaac L Ellwood and William We will make you wheels to order of best material for 50 by reading papers on various expect to do any pa Edenborn topics tending to a better under ¬ Patronize home jndustr poring Wo will Bond you free We will have samples up by May 1st The Commercial Convention standing and development of the u jurgo Boiccuon oi pampios irom Uc Wltz cnnl lrmM Will Start Monday The Louisville Convention which iiwfi ttnn vmii irnt uwuu irfV por roll up IJ owm jfUHl IllUIIUy aiirair lilinn juii ntttt fcw Hnffnt Hum liv All now colorings and States resources began Wednesday proved to be a novelties up to ddto WE PAY at home Forbes Bro will complete the Our repair shop is the best in the city and our line A most interesting gathering The erection of their new boilers FREIGHT Wo want an agent sundries the most complete Yours to please and The rumor comes that about20 of in evprytown to soil on commission following reference to Mr Jarretts engine this week and will resume the Company D boys will fail to from large saraplo books No capital address is from the Courier Journal operations on Tuesday throughout pass and that a recruiting officer required Foraamplog or particulars of yesterdays the entire plant The new machin ¬ will be sent home to take on anoth ¬ addrosB HOPKINSVILLE BICYCLE M xMr C F Jnrretl of Hopkins ery will greatly increase the capac ¬ er supply of the volunteers crowded yijlf read nil interenting paper on ity of the new planing mills out T oxxtti n xacxam aia s Main I 10 oaxTK xx max Fine Old Crowd Joining Teddy at Roosevelts Terrors Ladies and Childrens Slippers SO 2 TWO A rV FT A TP FmTCJTTtf i k Ln m j - WE WILL 3hHL PLACE ON SALE - TO MORROW 200 PAIRS 4 1i X ¬ Ladies Bain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers GUT PRICE 40c 50c 65c and 75c 75 GTS OUT PRICE 40 50 65 1 I Little Giant - 1 REMEMBER Clothing JI - - - - - ¬ v - MAMMOTH SHOE CO A O LOTEmSTGThe Daily - Liilitiiii Kentuekian - Bright Newsy and News Wire to 2 a - Mi - PENT CUT BICYCLES --- -- - P 4 - - BELOW COST J 20j M ¬ WALL PAPER 717 S Wolf 750 Ninth Avo Mftjfl H CO N Y Cjty E ML RICH ir rtiln tt ptMfn WIP r mmiumilmt i iuinvnAtofnijmqtq0mi MANY OJD COINS A Valuables - v mlmm in tin w 1MmiaifcMrfitMMfaM4n - ifnii ran f - END OF MAXIMILIAN The Tragic Finale of the Brief Em- ¬ pire of Mexico Thti Unfortnuntu Auotrltm lrluuo oclvud IUH Scnteiiuo Cnlmly nnd Mot 111m TOHACCO NKW8 - t1 - t He- - Death Mku a Hero II In Liit lloum In tho April Cfintury Jlrs Cornelius StuvcusOii brings to an end her series of papers on the French Intervention In Mexico her ilnal nrtlolo being devoted Mrs Ste to Xhu Fall of Maximilian venson says of the ilnal scene of the ¬ tragedy Tho uxceution had been ftJSfd for June 10 At eleven oclock on1 that day sentence was read to tho condemned who were told that it would bo carried Into effect at three oclock on the buuic afternoon Mnxmlliun received the intelligence calmly and devoted tho following hours which ho deemed his last to dic- ¬ tating letters to Dr Basch and to Jiis Mexican secretary Senor Illnsld lie then confessed to 1adre Sarin and heard mass In Gen Miramons chamber where the condemned men reeelvedthe last sacraments after which ho Signed his lettors and took leave of those In removing his wedding ubout him ring and bunding it to Dr Basch he You will tell my mother that I uafd did my duty as a soldier and died like After this ho quietly a Christian awaited death Tho appointed hour passed however without liis being summoned to execution After prolonged suspenset at four oclock in tiic afternoon news arrived that a reprieve of three days had been granted to the president in order that the condemned might have tlmo to make their last dispositions This unexpected delay naturally aroused1 hojes among the friends of the doomed men These hopes it is said by those closest to hlmat that time were not shared 6y Maximilian He contin- ¬ ued his preparations with the same calm dignity that had not once for-¬ saken him but he bent a telegram to the national government asking that the Uvea of Gens Miramon and Mejia ¬ Shrycr of Sales by Ilanbcry Scotland 29 hogsheads as follows The rinding of early cpins in a 11 hogsheads of good leaf 1125 vood on the farm of Fallfiills Peni 60 cuik is regarded among antiquarians 1000 1000 925 900 900 mcl numismatists as an event of first- - 800 800 790 830 rate importance and active meas ¬ 9 hogsheads medium 750 700 ures are being taken by the crown G90 600 GjPO 575 5G0 500 550 authorities for the conservation of 6 hogsheads common 480450 tho collection says the Scotsman 430r460 410 495 4 The coins were first brought to light 9 hogsheads lugs 320 345 370 by the action of a mole the person 3130 300 250 250 240 2l20 who found them having observed something glittering at the side of a West of 108 Sales by Gaither mole hill Stooping down ho found it to be a coin and With little trouble hogsheads as follows ho unearthed a number approximate 53 hogsheads good leaf 800 to ly estimated at 90 One recent after- ¬ 1425 noon a gentleman with two assistants 740 24 hogsheads medium leaf urove to mo woou ana wnn imple 695 800 710 610 750 630 800 ments proceeded to die about the spot wherp the first coins were found At a depth of nine inches a number lying in systematic order were found The coins which numbered 210 were in rouleaux the regularity of the rolls indicating thtttthecoinshadbeen placed in the earth with a degree of deliberation which would hardly be compatible with hurried hiding after An examination of about a battle 200 of tho coins by experts revealed points of considerable interest The greater number consist of silver pen- ¬ nies and half pennies of the reign of Edward I 1272 1307 these pennies being the largest coins minted until 1352 when Edward III issued groats As Edward I established 30 furnaces in London and one or more in sev- ¬ eral of the great English burghs at- ¬ tention was naturally devoted to the mintage stamp The greater num ber bear the London impress Canter- ¬ bury makes a good second while of English burghs Bristol Newcastle and Durcme Durham also occur A proportion bear the stamp of the Dublin mint head in a triangle with the inscription Ca vitas Dublinie It was long believed that the capital was the only place at which Edward I set up a mint in Ireland but further research showed that Waterford and Cork also possessed them and cu- ¬ riously one in the Penicuik collection has been minted at the former plac Three or four of the coins may be re- garded as of foreign extraction al- ¬ though in reality they are Scottish coins Two of them are of Alexander II 1249 1292 bearing the legend Alexanfar Dei Gra Ilex Scotoriun whilst a third is of the reign of Rob- ¬ ert the Bruce 130G 29 Incidentally it may be mentioned that a farthing of this reign at a numismatic sale brought 210 The plantation on which they were found is a little more than a bow shot from the spot which tradition has fixed upon as the site of the re- ¬ ligious abpde atMountLothian owned by the- Cistercians during the twelfth and succeeding centuries and it is difficult to resist the conclusions that the rouleaux of silver coins were hidden in the earth by the Cistercian brethren under circumstances of im- ¬ pending danger The field surround- ¬ ing the religious abode has not been plowed for a period of 30 years but in view of the interest awakened in tho locality it is proposed to turn it up this season An earnest of what may follow these efforts is shown in the form of a valuable gold coin which was turned up by the plow in another field on the same farm It is a demi noblo of the reign of James I of Scotland 140G 1437 and is in splendid condition A specimen of this coin is in the British museum but so far aspan bo ascertained there is no example of it in any museum in tho Scottish capital - Collection of ao Pounfl in HOnClNSVILLE MAHKET VWffcWWfcXAWVwVfeWW WWA WMIVitVMVMWWWVv3Wr K S 3 3 W LI coo p enp aw p o c mgBH K u to C a 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walked towards nnd the Maximilian an adobe wall had Gqnj vMeJia RBMiPn1 i ritfc was denied Af ter making this supreme effort on behaff of his generals he employed his remaining hours in dictating letters and when night came he slept soundly On tho niorniug of his execution Juno 19 he arose at thieooelock and dressed carefully- - AtfouroclockPadre Soria came and once more gave him the last sacrament an altar had been erected for this purpose In a niche formed by a passag6way to his cell This religious duty having been per- ¬ formed he gave instructions tq Dr Basch sonding greetings and last tokens to friends At a quarter past six ami when on he ha breakfasted stroke of six the officer appeared who wns to lead him to execution he was ready and himself called his compnni ions in death- - Three hacks had been provided for the condemned Theprince entered the first with the priest and escorted by the soldiery the mournful procession moved through a dense crowd to the place of execution On arriving at the Cerro de las Cam panns where a month before he had made his last stand the fallen emperor looked about him for a friendly face and finding only his servanU the Hun Ms no oneenrian Tudos ha asked said however that eUe here It Baron Magnus the Prussian minister and the Consul Buhnsen were present although out of sight The good priest weakened under the ordeul he felt faint and tho nrince held Ills mvn smnlllnfrliiiltlft in Ills nosu wrv t 1 -- S250c3r0 52K50w4 -- s si - n C B- i - co ioJ LU Oi 03 Cd CJIm Im b i o tn nj o a ST P -M V jla Tjr S O 1 f IJ 2 p 91 AiB tJ b J5 c 2 e C CD e 3 o B id rt CD 03 S CD 2 5 CD cdS 5 N B D m C3 5 93 O tO j -- -- i S3 50irr 1 6 2 tn 0 m S3 P o B CD SP B X5 to eos3 S i iJ B 7e He 1 10f12e 3 o o n - ST HH M 2 u 3 a 03 CS a ca CA CS 0 re id S 03 3 2 E O tJ Ci ca V H- O- ISffps s ct CD U l C O C- -- WO g 5 B HHi L B 2 2CD S3 era en - 11 S-T If n M3 icr CD CD CD o 2 3 Wr B 2 THE CAINGUA A Simple Marriage OF PARAGUAY But as Ceremony Effective aa Any w n - lUwLn plucoof tRoUK asking them o LyftfyfUnhn carefully nt his heart j and taking r fc been erected against which they were expected to standi1 About to take his position ip the middle MaxinvUinn btopped and turning to pcmlirmnon said i brave soldldrsliQildhonr nred even In his last hour permit meio and he give you the place of honor made way for him An officer and bcvcn men had been detailed to do tho deadly york Tha prince gave each of the sol- Mexicans ninv mv olVliItlin ImRnlfl Wo save you generous part of this blood be the Inst to be spilled for the sum welfare of tieloiitiw ami if it should i be memory that Us sons should still Send or bring yourcaBli with onloi shed theirs may It flow for Its good but to the never by treason Long live independ ¬ The Popular Taste ence Long live Mpcnot Ho then laid hlj liands on his breast How did Prof Dryly happen to an ipokou straight before him ive have such an immenso audience last shots fired at khorfhrnnge pierced his night Lwy ench of them wns mortal Up YTho local paper got mixed and ho m ni iviinnnutlilnk jell and as ho stWmpved the officer In WHRIUU Appeared in tho hall where it waaan AlnstoiwtMit Hn lUCHof wua 8fnle uwyinay IMUotyourW large pojntedlo KJ Wart with his k wwlth Write JOIlNWWD U ijlntJWitirripd forward nound Ithat a vaudoYillo show would brlRK yewOOVPtti Attorney WasWogtya wi Mud WJltKA h 1 i The only formality which the swain has to go through to got the hand of his promised one is to kill a tapir an act by which ho proves that ho will bo capable of supporting his prospect- ¬ ive family The death of a tapir un ¬ der such conditions is quite an event the whole tribe assembles at the car- ¬ cass and a scene of gluttony begins that does not cease till nothing is left but the skin and bonds of the great beast That is tho only ceremony of marriage The Cuinguajs usually monogamous but polygamy is al- ¬ lowed Marriages of relatives aro carefully avoided After confinement the young mother has a rest of a few days before resuming her servile task She carries the now born infant in a scarf or sort of little hammock slung Sho does not over her shoulders think of weaning it for a year and a half or two years while the child has already been exorcised in arms with Jginiature bows Ideas of cleanliness oom foreign to tho women aswell as toRiho mop and it is a lucky chance that will induce them to comb their magnificent heads of hair Dr Ma- phon in Popular Science Monthly s The Pioneer Limited Is the name of the only perUit train in the world now running e- ¬ very night between Chicago St Paul and Minneapolis via the Chicajj Milwaukee St Paul Raila the pioneer road of the West in adopting all improved facilities for the safety and enjoyment of passen- ¬ An illustrated pamphlet gers showing views of beautiful scener along1 the route of the Pioneer Lim ited7wiUbe sent free to any per ¬ son upon receipt of two cent post- ¬ age stamp Address Geo II Ileaf forfl General Passenger Agent Chicago 111 4r P S o B r5 jog o rt T o 05 f to OO C5 to H I t aq CD CD 1 ro - 3 - 3 re UP o CD m 2 CD 5 1 II 3 m LJ 5-k -- I 1 i fffffffWWffWWWfffff Tremendous Sacrifice - Vt r y-t g VV- - KVVfi i 11 I IN NEW GOODS All Local WIL JO MET S STORE Tlie Hews National be found in TnE AND THE WOfiTH READING State and KEtilTl3CKl tN Wgg k ly Wp hnvo TH1 PUBLIC- - The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Ruvers Etinuirer arranged a Clubbing RhIw oy wnion wo cttu give Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods Notions ing etc before making their purchases Everything new and departments up-to-da- Cloth- ¬ te in all Both Papers One Year for 225 Regular price for Both is 300 I Sec Our Dandies Beady-To-We- ar Suits TnE BEST OLOTfl j m They aro made by the best tailors and from tciuiv rvuexz I AN mm Bm have Ik Best All tho hh mm Hopkinsville Kj GIVE US A GALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU i mniirrn Remember the PlaceNexl Door to Hardwicks A A I piWMiiiftot 1 giVwS- Detroit Free Pross l0forthftlrftJKWprltw w N Qj iflU lARiWEDINlBUQGY PERSONAL OOS51P IN THE CITY COURT DRUM TAPS Notes Of Local Interest Camp Collier Col -- Olncy Wilson of Ufoutcll spent yesterday in the city T Cayce of Beverly was 171 Dr the Mr Roy yesterday Nowrse Pronounces in tlic city Thursday Mr Winston Henry of Casky Ceremony P7 wa8 in the city yesterday Mr Robert Cayce of Ilerndon jihniinlp Married In the was in the city yesterday Kalrvlow Miss Katie McDaniel is visiting Court Hou3c By Judge Cansler ttie county schools this week A Tl Colored Women Fined Boy Ar ¬ rested Pot Throwing Into Train in the City Court yeslerdayinorn ing a quintette of colored women were arraigned on awarrant sworn out by Bud Coolcy charging fliem with breach of the peace The proof showed that the negro women had gone in a body to Cooleys house on Durrett Avenue during the latters absence and Wantonly and maliciously abused and insult ed Mrs Coolcy r She informed her husband upon his return and he promptly had They wore fin them all arrested ed 5 each which they settled With the court Arthur Kays is a negro boy young in years but aveteran jn Yesterday crime and mischief morning he threw a rqckat a mov ¬ ing train and struck WiUtCaihpbell on the ankle He was arrested and taken before JudgeBeavell of the city court Thatofficial turned the culprit over to Judge Cansler and he will be tried under the sec tion of the Statute madefand provid ed in such cases The penalty is a fine of not less than 200 nor more than 5500 or imprisonment in the penitentiary for a terof not less than two nor more thanrfive years The limit of the law nathis case will have a very wholesome tend- v V the Presidents annual address A popular address was also de ¬ From livered by Dr Lyman Beecher The society Todd of Lexington Will be in session three days Was by Dr A G ot MaywvUlc Dr Joseph M Mathews of Louisville delivered address Much Matrimony i i - I Mda A day Anderson to iJr County Attorney mndsome couple drove up professional bus ¬ Nourses front gate on Campbell is in Louisville on yctrcct and called for the popular iness The latter responded vJpastbr Mrs F M McClaid and Miss young gentleman Lena Pyle are visiting relatives at The pfbmptly JiMroduced himself as Mr E H Elkton ohnson and his bride elect Miss Mr and Mrs Armstrong of Ce ¬ ftrtrwiiSnnc Dr riotffflc pastor of the Ninth y Street Presbyterian church was galled upon to perform a marriage fecremoriy under rather unusual 1nctofili afternoon Abe Newman a popular Evans yille traveling man is in the cityMiss Nannie Byars is attending the Musical Festival in Louisville Miss Alma Payne of Pembroke visited friends in the city yester 0II v - f v i Producing the Fyke quisite legal document he requested xDr Nourse to unite them in wed ¬ lock The ceremony was brief but amprcssive and as binding as if it had been pronounced at an altar redolent with the blended incense of flowers and tapers and bright At Avith the light of candelabra of the ceremony the ha conclusion Miss liappy couple drove away JFyke is a pretty and accomplished young dady the daughter of Mr and Mrs W H Fyke of this city The groom is a prosperous young Todd county farmer Thomas flayton Mr Robert Thomas and Miss Belle May ton both of the Fairview vicinity were joined in marriage in the Clerks office at 530 oclock yes- ¬ terday afternoon The ceremony was pronounced by Judge Cansler re- ¬ Wilkins Wilkins At a late hour Wednesday ji noon County Clerk Prowse issued marriagelicense to Mr S D Wil- lcjns and Mrs Salliq D Wilkins The marriage took place thai night tJit the home of the grooms brother yjBNVf Wilkins west of the city tThe ceremony was performed by 5 after- - rulean Springs spent yesterday in the city Mr and Mrs P W Baker of Gracey were shopping in the city yesterday R P Whitman and J W Mur kinfrom Nashville are registered at the Phoenix Mi- - and MrsWalter A Radford of Pembroke visited friends in the city yesterday Mr and Mrs R T Farnsworth of Bennettstown were in the city shopping yesterday Misses Annie and Mary Nance of Pee Dee are the guests of their brother Mr J B Nance Mrs Lillie Terry and Miss Lillie Carothers of Lafayette are guests of Mr and Mrs Jas F Allens worth Mrs Willis and daughter of Bells Chapel Todd county were among the visitors in the city yes- ¬ ency A terday Mrs E G Walker and Mrs Asher G SpiUman of Scottville will arrive in the city this morning to visit Mr and Mrs W L White sides Miss Mildred Wharton and Mrs George Wharton of Cadiz passed through the city yesterday en route to Casky where they will spent sev- ¬ eral days Misses Toney Ware Willie Rust and Letitia Fairleigh have return- ¬ ed from Gracey where they spent two weeks at the pleasant home of Mr and Mrs John Clardy of Jolief Mr William Cowan III formerly of this city passed through the city at 1120 Wednes ¬ day night and shook hands with N several old friends at the L depot Mr Wm II Cummings of New York senior member of the firm ot Cd ar- ¬ Cummings Eggleton rived in the city Wednesday night and will spend several days in ¬ specting the tobacco business here -- iRev M B DeWitt Mr George W Faughu and Miss ula R Sanders were quietly mar Wffii led last evening at 6 oclock by IRev Duvall a Methodist minister mHhW Will Baynham Drowned Esq G E Baynham received newbfrom Paducah last Thursday informing him that on 4 the 1st jn stant his nephew WiHtBaynham bookkeeper for the Scott Hardware Co and Edward Lippold of Padu cah while out in the river fishing in a skiff off the Paducali levee were backed into by the steamer Both gentlemen lump- ¬ Joe Fowler ed into the water and were drown ed The body of Lippoldvwas re covered but the remains of young Baynham had not at last advices Both vere exem- ¬ been recovered men Esq Baynham plary young says that the father of his lafeneph ew lost his life some twenty--yearago by falling from the Cumberland River bridge at ClarksvilleTele phone Mt Henry Complimented Third We know our Ice Cream is the best because everybody says so Regimeiit will Probably do GawircatH Ennis Hi i to Washington Dr Bell Big Tent Meeting flay Be Promoted Rev E E Berryjnan a distin ¬ guished evangelist of Princeton Dr Austin Bell Who received will begin a two weeks revival at the appointment as Second Assist ¬ Bennettstown Monday night A of ant the Third large tent capable of sheltering Surgeon Regiment writes to a friend in this one thousand people has already city that he has been recommended been erected and great results are by Col Smith as First Assistant expected The meetings will con- ¬ Surgeon Dr Belt has made a tinue two weeks most favorable impression upon all who have met him and is a great Wheat Still Declining favorite with the boys in camp Chicago 111 May 12 There was t X t a further decline in May wheat to ¬ The Lexington Herald drbps day of 14 cents from yesterdays the following graceful and well closing and a fall ot 2 cents in July merited compliment to a gallant wheat from the opening price Hcpkinsville soldier Chicago Market The finest looking soldier in the CO QUOTATIONS BY RAWLINS camp is Lieut Col Jouett Henry BROKERS of the Third Regiment whose home Opg Higt Closing He is very tall is in Hopkinsville 1 12tf finely proportioned and handsome July Wheat 1 10 08 V3 1 70 65 May Wheat 1 65 But his good looks have not made 37 S37 July Corn 36K him vain He is kind considerate 27 27 July Oats 27tf and very popular July Pork 12 05 12 20 12 10 6 65 6 72 t 14 July Lard 6 62 Captain Ballance has given no- ¬ Merritts New Assignment tice that he would not muster into Washing ton D C May 12 Gen the United States Service any vol nuteerunder21 years of age without Merritt will be military governor of Through ore of the written consent of the applicants the Philippines his advisers the president held a parents or guardian This caused temporary havoc among the young- ¬ conversation with him over the er element in camp and there was a long distance telephone to day and ¬ general hurrying and bustling in offered him his choice of the comHe was getting letters off to parents and mands under Gen Miles told that he might accompany -- the guardians to secure the required army to Cuba at the head of the consent regulars or come to Washington The men in thd Second and Third and direct the movement of the Regiments are all developing colds volunteers from this point during and sore throats from sleeping on the absence of Gen Miles or take straw with not halPcover to supply command of the army of occupation their needs The men are com- ¬ that is going to Manila and remain pelled to sleep six or seven in a stall with a blanket for every six IbbbsibZIW men If there is not a change for the better soon the percentage of those who volunteered will be cut considerably 1 permanent government H efrtab tablishod Gen Merritt thankeft the president for his courtesy nd accepted the latter proposition He will leave at once fpr Snn Francisco and will be able to reach there bu foe the first trodps are ewdiarked because the expedition will be de ¬ layed considerably on account of the inability of the quartermasters department to furnish thenecefary supplies Itis feared that the first troop ship miry not be able to sail before next week The cruiser Charleston however will leave at once carrying a load i r ana willi stop at I oi ammunition Honouuu tor coai t YL - theta as military governor uitil a 2tir sassy I STATEMENT OF OF THE CONDITION W i Ii Ii First - National MAY IB 1898 - Bank I HOPKINSVILLE - KENTUCKY at the eloso of business RESOURCES 10Ai9788 Loans nnd Discounts B12977 OvordrnftH scoured nml unsecured 1000000 US Bonds to flccuro circulation on US Bonds Premiums lroooVi 3S257S0 Stocks securities Cto Banking House Furnlturo flxtuics i 00000 lue from National Banks not Reserve fOCiiO Checks una other cash Items 1214000 Notes of other National Itanks Fractional paper ourrcnoy nickels 67086 cetits Lawful money reserve In bank vie Speclo M230o ti 23500 Legal tender notes 1100000 Kcaemimon iuuu wnu Ticasur 720 00 er P per cent or circulation Duo from U STreasurer ochortluui 5 por cent redemption fund 2 50 Duo from jtnto Hanks and Bankers Duo from nnnroved resorvo iiKenta AKeiUtsI i4 ilO0U 10900 762U23 4G us r Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 0100000 Surplus fund a803l Undivided profits lcs expenses and Use paid tf0870J National Bank Notes outstanding Hl000u Due to State BanKs alia BanKcM 24X3 Dividends unpaid 07200 Indlvtdul Uf posits nubjeCt to check I8741KWSO Total Stan dr Kentucky 11 1108 W Long bank do solemnly ment Is true to the belief l 2J9730 tu countv of Christian ss Cashier of the above named swear that thSaove state best or my knowledge and 273 30736 ¬ Tims W Loncj Jnshlor Subscribed and HWnratobefaianm ihlsiSth day or May inns Correct Mtpsti J WDowncJ Leo A WaitjcrKeilyNI1 Ellis J UootJLong Dlh ctorri Nail the sWBv 1 S For Sale kins Geo have some nice family horses at my stable for sale C H Layne FORM A PARTNERSHIP ders ton Saffrans first lieuten- ¬ ant Twentieth Infantry U S A riarriage Licenses ft writes that he has not been notified D Wilkins to Sallie W Wil ¬ of his appointment as a major of E H Johnson to Ida Fyke the Third Regiment and will of W Faughn to Lula R San- ¬ course take no steps concerning it Robert Thomas to Belle May until he is appointed George CJ Mt 8 mKjBnBCTWhHB5WWEsPbMw Colors To the Fire at Bennettstown Judge Landes and Mr J B Al l lensworth Will Practice Law Together f it I Judge J I Landes and Mr J B Allensworth have formed a partner- ¬ ship for the practice of law and will retain the offices in the McDaniel building heretofore occupied by Judge Landes The senior member ofihe firm is recognized as one of the ablest lawyers in Kentucky Hehas been in active practice for more than thirty years and through- ¬ out his long and honorable profes- ¬ sional career he has been a deep student of the noble science of law Judge Landes has served his peo- ¬ ple with honor and credit in many high and responsible places and his public career was crowned with a seat on the supreme bench Mr Allensworth is a young man of ability and high character who has won enviable laurels at the bar He graduated from the law department of Cumberland Univer- ¬ sity and was splendidly equipped when he entered upon the practice of law He served two terms as City Attorney of Hopkinsville Mr Allensworth has few equals as an orator The firm of Landes Allensworth will be one of the strongest at the local bar Lawn Fete This Evening There will be a lawn fete and ice cream festival thi evening at the home of Judge Cansler on 14th street The entertainment will be under the auspices of the Mission Band of the Universalist church Mhose who attend are assured of a pleasant evening HERE AND THERE Hot Rolls at Millers every eve- ¬ The dining room and kitchen ad joining the dwelling of Mr J J J Thomas at Bennettstown was de stroyed by fire this week When the fire was discovered the ncigh bors rushed to the scene and or ganized a bucket brigade They did such efficient service that the fire was extinguished be- ¬ fore reaching the dwelling The loss is 150 with no insurance j t There are four ministers in camp Eor we will ffhey are the chaplains of the two fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man survives Now is the time for action as it is daily being proven jjegiments and CliaplainsRaily and Green of the Glasgow and George that to the victor belongs the spoils town companies Captain Perkins Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure of the Barboursville Cavalry troop the spoils in as much as we furnish them with by far the best is also a minister itt goods for the money While for the present all is a mat-¬ ter of theory it is presumed that the Second Regiment will be galled upon to go to Chickamauga jthe Third to Washington and the JFirbt held in reserve for United States coast defense i A ttt Mast NO ning Ice Cream delivered to your house at any time Galureath Ennis The Grange Sale will come off at Church Hill to day and a pleasant day is in prospect for all who at- ¬ tend Many people from the city will go out Saratoga Chips at Millers all the time The May term of the Trigg Cir- ¬ cuit Court convenes next Monday with only 28 Commonwealth cases on docket There are 222 other Popular Young Lady III Miss Elizabeth Garnett daughter of Mr J F Garnett is quite ill at The soldier boys are thinking of Bethel Female college where sle getting up a fire drill A bucket has been a student during the past brigade would be a good thing at Close application to her Camp Collier A small fire occur year studies during the pending examif ed in the quarters of the Newport nation is thought to be the primary company yesterday but it was soon cause of her illness Miss Garnett extinguished is one of the most popular young ladies at the institution and her ill- ¬ Up to Wednesday night 256 pri- ¬ ness is a source of great grief toher vates and fourteen dfficers had friends and the faculty been accepted by the Surgeons VI tu SURRENDER Is still our motto and we maintain the fight against all competi- ¬ A steady bombardment has effected some of our out ports tion but has left some of our main lines in tact and we arc still tified with big lots of for- ¬ s tU 4 Qarrettsburg Merchant V Major Herring a prosperous col- ore4 merchant at Garrettsburg ha erected a large and handsome t- store houose and Will move his fctock 1 merchandise into It Satuiv ily k- -L-t j w- - Board The examination proceed The Largest Auction Sale ed through the Cynthiana Lexing- ¬ cases of all kinds including 24 di- ¬ Of real estate ever made in Hop- - ton and Frankfort companies vorce cases kinsville and the greatest shance Capt Strother of Winchester lack Cream Bread fresh every day at to buy valuable property will be oni ed but one man of the required num ¬ Monday May 23rd at J o clockjj ber to muster and has secured and Millers The excavations for the founda- ¬ when all the fine city property of had examined two more men mak ¬ tion of the new grain elevator being the late Hon E P Campbdl will ing his company number seventy erected by the Acme Mills have be offered at public auction to the eight It was the only company AAn tiriflimif rcnpwn been completed and the foundation Viiirlmaf ready for muster yesterday The u nis is me eiegant property on Barbourville proper will be built cavalry company West Seventh street between the Try our Brick Ice Cream Noth- ¬ residences of Dr E R Cook and which came in Wednesday has 130 men Only eighty four men in one ing like it Galureath Ennis Mrs EV Gant and extending company will be taken The other Forbes Bro are building a from Seventh to Fourth or Broad men will be used in fillingvacancies handsome frame dwelling for Mr street Twelve beautiful lots will W J Darby at Cave Springs in be offered for sale and will go io in infantry companies The Salyersville cavalry arrived Lyon county This enterprising the highest bidder as the estate yesterday morning firm is also finishing a number of must be settled at once Upon thei ii cottages and other buildings at center lot is situated the splendid f Will Build a Cottage Guthrie lUBiuuucu Wiiicu it uuu ui uii muuu Mr Arthur Wallace has let the Smoke Belverde cigars they are desirable in the city contract to Forbes Bro for a mighty fine Galjireath Ennis Dont miss this opportunity to handsome cottage to be erected on A train load of horses passed purchase the most valuable proper- ¬ his lot on 18th street through the city Wednesday en ty ever offered at your own price John Stitch Executor route to Chickamatiga where they The State Medical Society will be used by cavalry regiments Christian Cd Austract Co Maysville Ky May lLA The Agents On the previous day several car Kentucky State Medical Society Call at Abstract oflice and see held its evening session in the First loads of mules went outh consign I qd to the army alChlckamauga Pint HpUBt church The introductory -- 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