You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 dai1898060101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I o n E 1 X EirtlitRian - yOL 1 NO 29 HOPKINSVILLE KY WEDNESDAY M0ENING- JUNE 1 1898 PRICE 2 GENTS SCHLEYS GUNS OPEN FIRE SWEET Graduates Who GIRL Will ON TO SANTIAGO Receive First Offensive Movement On Diplomas at Bethel Cuban Soil Bombard the Fortifications of Santiago de Cuba V Commencement Exercises Now In Invasion Of Cuba and Porto Rico Progress Dr Hawthorne Near at Hand Transports To Night Are Now Ready Washington May at Mouth of Harbor it Governments plans fiS ifi WV ta IW According to Spanish Reports quarters that Schley might have comofinto possession of some information that neutralized the strength of the enemys position and led him to make a bold attempt to enter the harbor and destroy the Spanish Squadron A quick movement of Schleys may have been a part of the ¬ l v the American Fleet Was Un able to Force an Entrance Story Regarded as Improbable and Is Not Believed By the Naval At Washington M More Cannonading Heanl Was This Another Fight Special The Associated Press corres- ¬ pondent states that a report has been received of heavy cannonading between two fleets passing Cape Mayfi and that one of them was turned Northward in front of the opposing force Cape Haytien May 31 Landed On Cuban Soil Authorities First Expedition of 400 Men The Florida expedition was Special Key West Pla May 31 landed on the cost of Cuba on Thursday morning May 26th When the Florida escorted by the Osceola drew up close to the shore at the place selected for the landing she sent scouts to see if all About 2 P M the American Port an Prince May 3iSpecial was clear These scouts were greeted by Gens Ferro and Rojas with composed of fourteen warships and two torpedo boats of some 1500 armed insurgents Consequently far from there being any Squadron which the cruiser New York displayed the flag of Sampson began hostile demonstrations on the part of the Spaniards the lrnding of the vill Ky expedition was in the nature of a triumphal imasion The Cubans who The candidate for degree of B S with heavy guns to bombard the forts and harbor of Santiago were in waiting had a brass band and welcomed the newcomers with are Misses Ora Baker JulienKy The American fire was delivered principally against the forts national airs Alberta Baker Julien Ky Eliza- ¬ Qorda suf- Annie The work of unloading the cargo of the Florida was promptly begun beth Currier ParisTenn The fortifications of Morro Castle La Socapa and Punta Sara Carver Hermitage Tenn 432 men composing the expedition There was fered especially The Cannonading was very persistent and could not and carried on by the Garnett Pembroke Ky Mabel nothing in the nature of interruption until the work was finished on Fri ¬ Lloyd Pembroke Ky Elizabeth have failed to be destructive day Nourse Hopkinsville Ky The town is situated at the end of the bay and it escaped At command of Col Jose Lacret former- ¬ The expedition was under the WILL MOVE TO DAY cannonading ceased About 7 oclock it was heard again ly insurgent commander in Matanzas Province lie assumed the direct- ¬ the The commencement exercises of the Bethel Female College began Monday night with the reception given to the young ladies of the col- ¬ lege The house was beautifully decorated with palms potted plants and cut fiowers Corners of rooms and halls and mantels were bank- ¬ ed with evergreens and daisies A delightful evening was spent by all On Tuesday night a recital was given by the piano voice and elo- ¬ cution pupils with exercises and a scarf drill by members of thePhysi al Culture class The program was most interest ¬ ing and carried out in a charming and entertaining style To night at the Baptist church Dr J B Hawthorne the eloquent pastor of the first Baptist church Nashville will deliver the Bacca laureate address Thursday night in the college chapel a recital by the graduates in piano will be followed by the closing exercises of the collee These will consist of the delivery of Distinctions Diplomas and De grees and the address to the gradu ¬ ates by the President The graduates in piano are Miss ¬ es Elizabeth Nourse Ilopkinsville Paris Ky Elizabeth Currier Tenn Evie Louise Nash llopkins- - 31 It has been decided to commence opera- ¬ tions against Santiago de Cuba by 345 Until then ion of affairs immediately on the landing of the expedition presumably at sea Regiment Ordered to In the landing of the expedition The Third silence as to the number of Gen Joaquin Castillo was in control The Spanish authorities maintain Chickamaitga the United States Army was represented by Captain J II Dorst who victims who were appearently numerous made the attempt to land from the Gussie 31 At this hour the Special 640 p m Cape Haytien May Santiago cable is still working Private messgaes indicate a severe fight with the outer fortifications and the Spanish fleet The Americans are ahead and reported to be inside the harbor having taken and silenced the outer fortifications The fight is still in progress at this hour Confirmed From ISayti Report the Same in Detail Cape Haytien May 31 1115 p According to ad- ¬ m Special vices from Spanish sources four- ¬ teen American warships were en ¬ gaged in the bombardment of the forts Very oarefulfire was direct- ¬ ed upon Morro Castle until 335 p in when it ceased and was later heard at sea again IT sources it is im ¬ From Spanish possible to judge of the damage done or of the merits of the encoun ¬ OOMMODOHE 6CHLKT Lexington Ky May 31 Mon ¬ day afternoon the third regiment On Dress Will Louisville received inarching orders and Wed ¬ nesday afternoon Col Smith and Destination his men 950 men will leave They Legion Not more than o to Chickamauga Lexington Ivy May 31 Washington is the destination of the First one third have arms and uniforms Regiment This has not been official announced but it comes from a Col Smith requested the war de- ¬ source which can hardly be doubted The Legion boys would have pre- ¬ partment to allow the regiment to ferred a Southern assignment N o to Chickamauga by the L but the request was denied The boys wanted to go by home once Another Prize Captured Overhauled Parade GoWashington Its land and sea as quickly a possible This will be the only Cuban port bombarded until after the rainy season is over To night the troops at Tampa and Key West are being loaded on transports ready for the invasion Gen Miles has left for Tampa to personally direct the operations of American troops While the American ships are battering down the fortifications at Santiago American troops will be marching on it from the land side Between the two forces Santiago is soon expected to capitulate Cer vera will have to surrender or be destroyed The President is de- ¬ termined to plant the American flag in Santiago and to remove the Spanish fleet now in that harbor from the waters Schley is at present without in- ¬ structions and unless he moves up- ¬ on the Spanish fleet at once the en ¬ gagement will be deferred until the troops reach Cuban soil Secretary Long admitted to day however that it would not surprise him if Schley had already forced an en- ¬ trance to the harbor and had at- ¬ tacked the Spanish fleet The Presidents original inten- ¬ tion of the immediate invasion of Cuba with an army of sufficient size to expel Blanco and to capture Havana has been abandoned The rainy season w ill commence within three weeks and during that pe- ¬ riod operations by land will be ren- ¬ dered impossible practically The only movement that will be made will be the landing of an army of probably 25000 men for the purpose of establishing a base of operations and holding it until fall When Nearing Porto Rico She Another prize has been captured is the Spanish bark Maria Dolores ot Biloa She was overhauled by She was bound one of the American cruisers six miles oil Porto Rico from Rio Janeiro to San Juan de Porto Rico with coal Some cases sup ¬ posed to contain ammunition were found under the coal Key West Fla May 31 Poisoned the Fish to Destroy Deweys Men at Manila According to mail advices to the Special Hong KongMay 31 correspondent of Ue Associated Press from Manila dated May 27 there is serious sickness on board ilie United States Cruiser Boston It is believed that the Spaniards poisoned the fish Heavy Artillerymen Pass Eighteen members of the Missouri Heavy Artillery from Jefferson Barracks St Louis passed through the city Tuesday morning on the regular train enroute to Tampa under rush orders They were a fine looking lot ot heavy weight soldiers SECOND CALL WANTED 200 cavalry horses Must be from 4 to 8 years old 900 to 1100 um715 to 16 hands high Will be Sound clear of blemishes k- - ter No OfficiaUdvices and the Story Discredited at Washington 4 u Washington P C May 31 Special Official advices have been re- ¬ ceived from Schley since the reported battle The officials declare that it is nobonly improbable but under the circumstances it is impossible that Schley Attempted to enter the harbor the channel of which is narrow crpoiced and dangerous andstrongly fortified on bbjth sides The latest cablegram from Schley late this afternoon said ridthing of any intention to try to force an entrance to the bay but said henyas still endeavoring to determine what pbips were in the harbor V The fortifications at San Juan Porto Rico will be bombarded and destroyed by Admiral Sampson Twenty five thousand troops en transports will accompany Samp- ¬ more son to Porto Rico While he is si ¬ departure of the third will lencing the guns a landing will be The leave camp Collier deserted Col effected and the troops will ad ¬ Colsons fourth regiment will organ ¬ vance upon the 13000 Spanish ize there however soldiers now guarding San Juan The third by unanimous vote BLAZE IN CLARKSVILLE adopted the name Bradley Legion Dem- ¬ in honor of the governor ocrats predominate in the regiment New York Store Has a Fire In Its Basement The examinations of recruits to ¬ fill up companies of the first regi Clai ksvilleTenn May 31 Spe- ¬ ment was the only thing done to- ¬ A fire was discovered in the cial day at Camp Bradley Out of fifty of the New York Store The basement forty nine were accepted this afternoon at 355 oclock As companies all have more than the soon as it could be located the fire minimum department responded and soon The appointment of Desha Breck ¬ The inridge as judge advocate of the had the flames under control stock of goods was owned by B first has caused much talk The third regiment officers claim that llirsch and the damage from smoke they are not allowed such an officer and water is estimated at 3000 The fire was confined to the base ¬ and the regulations do not provide for this officer ment The building was owned Schleys Plan to Enter the Harbor Known at Washington n -- Wmtobjtpn May tfr SpecJatf It m plainly intimated in official by W J McCormack Five Granted Certificates at Laynes stable Thursday June w ere fully covered by Bring in your horses and 2 1898 Five lady applicants for teach ¬ The losses insurance get the top prices for them ers certificates in the Hopkinsville J D Guytkn Co U S A BASEBALL NEWS Public Schools successfully passed SPECIAL the required examinatiouthis week Horses and Hides Wanted Entertained at Tea Brooklyn 2 Cincinnati 8 They were Misses Dovie Anderson Ilopkinsville Monday Cora Blackwell Mabel Dryer and New York 1 Cleveland 12 Miss Minnie Armistead entertain ¬ I will 1e in June 6 to buy good mules and horses Dora Leichhardt and Mrs Bertha Boston 5 Chicago A ed at tea yesterday evening a lim pay the highest market Tate Mfss Dryers certificate Washington 8 St Louis 5 ited number of friends complimen and will VyM be at Laynes livery price Pittsburg 9 Baltimore 8 for four years the others for two tary 1tb her guest Miss Grace E 1 Hughes stable Philadelphia 4 Louisville 1 years Hughes of Qlasgow K i i I iii n jtlt l - 0 a Jj w jV jy JJ ffi3222ME MJtilVttt lwfttyyWnljtMffW PS 77 wPflpwiw U isiPfifMjTO1 Bfoe OXAB s 2ail 35 i ffcentucfcian Delivered by carriers to all parU of the city DAILY AUT ftPOT Hanker Ky Corrected ij Wall Ihr Hmi KhwIImh HofiklHKvllio hhiI i Mrket I Tremendous Sacrifice Published every morning except Monday by at K MEACKAK 313 8 Main 10 CUNTS MS WXKX Clilcftjtti Market Opg I Higt I SUBSOREPTIOW KATES h r tf Peb Week fi -- 10 - i j iii jii clajmtlmt Smnp T he SpaniMlmtill an guj ine POST DISPATCH SNAP SHOTS son vferfitsci at Sun Juan fc If Cervera does not hurry up he of the Democratic will be listed with the also rans StateGentral Committee was held feature of s Thc most astonishing hi IJyfevHlc Tuesday li98 is the Browns playing good and ball E4iSecretary John Sherman wife Will spend the greater part of The Missouri troops at Camp Al tlictfummef at Sitka Alaska ger appear to be uniformly tinuni- lormcu Two more newspapermen claim Spanish rule in Cuba will be rung inr t6 Ue reporters for British pa- - out whether Gen Bell joins the pers have been imprisoned by the army or not Spanish atllavana A meeting A London news agency is authority for the statement that the Pope has sent peace proposals to the ¬ May Wheat 1 02 July Wheat 3H3 Sept WluSat 8lJ 33 j July Corn 33 tf 335 34 34 Sept Corn 34K 23 July Oats July Pork lHo 11 60 U 50 6 27 6 27 15 July Lard 5 5 95 JiUvRibsv 15 6 m Closing1 25 - jOAETZS THE PUBLIC ing etc before making their purchases IN NEW GOODS - STORE si -- Now VorkStorhiiiiinl Cotton I a n rf S fhe Great Hopkiusville M6 For Economical Ruvers T Opg 6 51 1 09 1 02 Higt 6 54 I Closing 6 52 1 1 03 tf Aug Cotton Am Tob Chicago Gas C 1 09tf 041 04 i 1 1 1 1 W B Q 1 03 J 1 06 1 L N Manhattan 5ii 004 1 1 5M Ofitf 40 Sugar 38i President is it Less than 3000 of the first call volunteers are not to be mustered Great in Kentucky Iowa and Alabama The sweet potato has been the alone are short staff of life to the Cuban insurgents It should have a place on the seal At Gamp Alger Washington they ot the new republic are digging wells and preparing- a permanent camp This does not When the seven wives of Alexan ¬ look much like a speedly ending of der Belleville of East St Louis face him at the judgment there will be a the war lively game of seven up The British Steamer Kestormel The walk of the nurses in the caught trying to supply Cervera City Hospital illustrated in yester with coal has been libeled and will days Sunday Post Dispatch quite go before the prize court at Key surpasses any cakewalk of the sea ¬ West son - 25tf their primitive Coal Iron 26 Puts 80 Calls 85 X linen uniforms have taken a great Chicago ICocclptfiTo diiy deal of starch out of the Spaniards 521 Cars Wheat J JJJvei since the war began Com2918 Cars Corn modore Schleys town of Frederick Oats 10f3 Cars TJiey are has considered itself Frederick the Ho rs a3000 Head The Cubans in ¬ SGtf 05a 39 26 Is invited to inspect my largo stock of Spring Biy GoosFQfi6nst31pth- Everything r new and iip-to-dat- departments A all - SEE Our Dandies Ready-To-We- ar Suits Ail made by the best tailors and from THE BEST OLQTH Cattle Chicago Head illiiiutfl HcclliitH To morrow Wheat Corn Oats Hogs Uog Aliirkot 215 Cars 900 Cars 385 Cars 26000 Head - IN SHOES we toe lie Best tie latest Styfe- YOU GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE Hogs To day Cash prices paid merchants 4 45 REMEMBER THE PLAGE - Next Door to Hardwicks Hopkinsville Produce Market by HopkitiBvifle cnlev is reported as saying I have got them and they will never go home Deeds Commodore deeds are what we want commodore Not words fi 5 fWMl 1 l 1 ftml If all of the oilicers of the Louis- ¬ ville Legion are as handsome as Col Castleman and Maj Crump the regiment will create a sensation when it marches through the streets of Havana a Mi K i- im 1 ciit m ilk 6m h fi It A Eight additional regiments are Burry wool to be sent to the Philippines nv- The son of a distinguished dad m ing- Gen Merritt a force of 20000 so often doesnt come anywhere Poultry mpn cprnnrl pvnpnifton A any m leave ban v rancisco this week will near his fathers record thatbound Old chickens live per lb RJGc appointing power is in duty C Roosters Si 2Jc W to consider such differences A WORTH 75c LOO 125 and 150 jli6c TurkojB per lb Gen Lee has been ordered from great battle might be lost through Ducks Sic Tampa to Jacksonville and it is the incompetence of a single son of Grain expediprobable r v tionor a that the Santiago embark- his papa part of it will Clover por bushel 58 Street railway companies not only from that point under command of v Oats homo grown per bu 8ij38c 250 pairs childrens7 black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 125 and 1 50 take the stand up passengers nick- ¬ KGen Lee Corn 850 JV els but they take nickels without Wheat 9J5c tti According to a dispatch from off notifying passengers of a change J Santiago it is 110 degrees in the by which cars do not run through Live stock We will also put in this sale our entire line of Hogs shade there now Why the admin- - as usual Any way to get that black kid and tan 533B0 nickel no matter where the passen ¬ Sheep 3250350 button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction istration waited until hot weather Half Cattle to begin actual hostilities is not ger may be landed 25504 we are still selling Calves apparent to the uninformed S3fi0i at prime Eastern To the widower who has mourned but one wife the East St Louisan Hides and Furs Niiw York Cost June 14 will be the 121st anniver- ¬ Greon hides fi7ci sary of the adoption of the Ameri- who has married seven good women Green salted hides 8c can Hag1 and steps are being taken is an example to be well considered There would be few unmarried Dry flint 1012c to celebrate the day in many of the jSSESKEfflsswomen if every widower were as Vegotables larger cities Louisville will have lT-i- -a big- blowout and premature practical as this highly domestic New potatoes per bushol 75c citizen of Illinois Fourth of July other Cabbage per head 5tfI0o If Mr Jewett can unite the Mis- ¬ important events have occurred on June 14th For instance the pres ¬ sissippi with an underground river AGENTS WANTED CRISIS and thus relieve the big stream in ent writer was born on that dav its overflow he will be doing a For the Life of Wrn E Gladstone The June issue of The Forum work greater than the making of By John Clark Ridpath LL D may with some degree ofpropriety the Nicaraguan Canal He must THE POST DISPATCH be termed a Cuba number for the be sure however that the subter iirst four articles deal with the Is- ¬ ranean stream shall not boil over The most celebrated orator and Is the Only Until you have seen my new line of imported land or the war with Spain Sen- ¬ and make matters worse statesman of modern times His St Louis Paper ator Foraker heads the list with a brilliant genius and remarkable With Hb Own SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS Staff Correspondenta paper entitled Our War with Hon John D White has announc- ¬ character his grand achievements at all Points of Interost ed his candidacy for Congress in as Leader and Prime Minister his Spain its Justice and Necessity I guarantee QUALITY STYLE At Havana magnificent triumphs in great polit- ¬ and WORKMAN- Mr Sylvester Scovol He gives a succinct account of the the Eleventh district as an Inde- ¬ ical struggles including his famous SHIP the best that money can secure At Madrid events which led to the present war pendent Republican Mr White speeches striking incidents per- ¬ Mr A E Houghton will not submit his claims to the sonal anecdotes etc Many superb At Washington Over 650 Gov Bradley has received furth- ¬ present Congressional Committee Phototype engravings Mr Stophon Bonsai E er orders from Secretary Alger to which he claims is corrupt His pages only 250 Splendid Can ¬ At Now York vassing Outfit with valuable pre ¬ recruit three Kentucky regiments chief opponent will be Judge Vin- mium terms and full instructions V Mr Morton WatkiiiB E No 14 South Main raising the companies from 84 to 106 cent Boreing who is Colsons man sent free for 36 cents in stamps to men This will put half of the new Mr White has a big following in cover postage Most liberal terms THE NEWS OF TnE DAT IN Twenty days credits men to be called out in the the mountains It is said that the guaranteed THE POST Freight paid Agents DISPATCH three regiments already raised Democrats will not make a nomi- ¬ to 30 a day Be first inmaking 5 ii the field 15 cents a week fsovon AavaS if do- and leave only one new regiment nation Order outfit to day Experience i7t Hvered by agent 00 cents n mouth As this cannot be a mixed regiment not necessary as every uaiiy wantrt if sont by mail it Mention this paper MONROE A What-Is-- It out the colored regiment Captured it shuts BOOK CO Ilept J Dearborn St proposed greatest freak of nature ever Chicago The witnessed by anybody is that now Joseph Leiters great wheat deal on exhibition on the corner of Ala merely nominal iirlco the Now York Front L 8c N TIME TABLfc LfUKUrlH inilldlllfmianf llin mnat raiiinrkaViln came to an end yesterday the mar- ¬ and Davinson streets It is an ani- ¬ Camera oIIom or theseason They are sondlnit ket for the month closing at SI 25 mal captured in Kentucky five years TIUINS SOlTII MuiMuurui umiuirua 10 ait pans iJ Of the United State it Is In reality but although it went as high as 185 ago weighing 106 pounds No f5 Hopkins villo Ac 015 a m has web No 63 during the month Leiter has had feet like a goose has no 500 a m t 1 tail squir- ¬ No 51 Fast Line uucuomg ouiora untdoing ouraolvesj in vnluo giving GroatorBnr FdBtMail many obstacles to encounter but rel ears and 518 p m for thoCamora teeth head and nose outfit 01 NO Limited 1110 p m totfraplilnKuiid with eomplotoSend to for iho gaiiiB moro Bnrgnins than over boforo Wo ire soiling chenpor becaiiBo he has surmounted them all developing day The like a sheep covered with bristles No full par ioulaM regarding Oils remarhablo for wo aro Holling moro of Wo lmvo big elevator interests at Chicago is a reddish color and is pet TJUINS NORTH toJitiefirVneJrnlUort T1e Camera U a thoroubhly hlKh ifrade and first elaa In every The made an attempt to drown him animal is of the neuter reelect ittcd with nil modern lmiirivmenU No 92 Chicago Limited 930 a m and Is guaranteed as ropiusented Hats trimmed in the latest styles gender Address with high priced wheat In Decem ¬ Kentucky Democrat No 02 St Leu Ex mail 1018a m i Sailors in all the new shapes and colors CAMERA DEPART MENT No 50 Hopkinsvillo Ac 825 p m ber but their offeringn vere nil No 45 Fast Line Kuiuluyttxcuraloii Itntnit Ribbons flowers veilings chiffon and nets for trimmin 918 p m THE NEW YORK LEDfiTCH taken without a murmur He will f f MtDOKH BOILDlNO NYOJTV The Illinois Central It R will sell Nashville Accommodation does not ruu on have to market considerable cash HllVfi VAll annn itt linn nt nexxxt Imli O t mutv JUH OVWII Uilt I1I1U VI 1IVH UVIIDi Sunday excursion tickets to nil sta Jundar bonnd St wlieat at a loss but he has cleared North JouU and Ohloatro Kasi Jewel belts leather belts kid gloves corsets tions within 127 miles of Hopkins roln have brouKh tratna enormous profits estimated at 4 villontouo fair for rotinri trip Re to OhtoaifO and St Louis solid and sleepen BOYS Should send at once for special nra Watelius Hosiery handkerchiefs etc Bargains sjuiak for tlwmselves A tUnf top only at Important aUtloai lrlllMllf Pntaaiii II Mll KJO000 pnvhis May deal and can turn limit dnto of eitlo E M Sueh nd orocilBgf Ha hrough Vullmnn Bleep many valuable article are lo be GIHLS w era to Atanfa Qa Biyuu nmiiy I afford tplpie pn his cash wheat wqod Agt JMABAM0KRr -- Bacon Hams country ShoulderB Possibly the appointment of in- ¬ Sides experienced civilians to military Lard places has been based on the idea that the war would be sufficiently Country Produce prolonged to make them capable Butter ofiicers Eggs New feathers The farmer who shouted to the Beeswax passing Missouri troops Give em Tallow boys Im a coming next call Ginseng per lb had the American idea pretty well Honey in his head though his expression Tub washed wool of it may have been a little inele- ¬ Greased gant Ladies out right and Childrens Slippers 2 48Jc 5i7Ac 7i10c 68c Are you interested in the prices of Ladies and Childrens Slippers IF SO this 3032c 2022o 3c lG20e childrens slippers 12c is an opporl unity that you cant afford to miss To close these lines away we have decided to cut the f SN TWO- - All of our ladies and 2880o 1820c 1014c Our Little GiaDt shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to this 2225 market and every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of this assertion J0c AT HALF PRICE 200 PAIRS Ladies Plain Needle and Coin Toe Slippers l 1 v CUT PRICE 40c - 50c 65c and 75c CUT PRICE 40 50 65 75 OTS Little Giant l - REMEMBER Clothing - Price ¬ - By-the-w- ay AIAMMOTH O THINGPHNT TI SHOE CO mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi5 Dont Do a Thing - H S 3 gr - J L Tobitl Tailor ¬ 3 3 THE PALACE Millinery 7 Millinery Fifty OerLta - fe ¬ ¬ JW York Udger Ledflr Building New Yk j MxSt U t5 V iV Ada Lavxiif V n 0 t fflSMJIRM v ap Offl i rniiniminii wrMrwiWBrTBtTiiifmliTmiMiiiH- j TO FRANK BELL ftfj THIS AHfi THAT Hut few inversions that wore ex¬ r pected td revolutionize tho world ever did it Is rememuering- happier things Taking the world over there Is an -- Tennyfton average of one death and ono And Only a quarter births per second Ive reatt your verse comrade of the happy days gone by one half of all bom into the world livo to the ago of 17 years With a thrill of pleasant Badness in their undeserved praise Tho area of tho British colonics i3 And Felt unblushedi a tender moisture gather in the eye 8000000 square miles tlint of tho As I wandered dnce again with you through thpsCold yesterdays French 3000000 of the Dutch GG0 000 of tho Portuguese 200000 of Doar swcfifcold days how strange it is that we dan never see tho Spanish 170000 of the German The beaiity of the present till it fades into the Pastl 99000 and of the Danish 74000 e Franz Josoph Dohmen a student siuTit is we mourn and love the days of How in the senior class of the University Unheedful of the fleeting day that is but not to last of Texas and who outranks all his classmates has been totally blind I tpo live ovci oftentimes dear friend those soulful hours since ho was ten years old JTe will Q Tii at seems a memrys pictureof1 a brighther wdjldthan this graduate with tho highest honors at the coming commencement Uutiltheir veryithprnsandfthjstleschange to sweetest flowers Tho names of no fewer than 105 And all their woes and trials take the form of parted bliss battles are emblazoned on the ban ¬ ners of the various regiments which I love those days I love those friends Hove those memories But many form tho British army And when in idle pensive mood I sometimes sit and dream actions of great importance both as regards military results and the roll Of them a loving halo as a midst from Paradise af killed and wounded are not so com- ¬ Enshrouds them notas what they were perhaps but what they seem memorated England has learned a lesson from Id love to live them oer again with you there by my side tho Jameson raid Mr II Cavendish Id love with you to taste their sweets and bitters as of yore who was making preparations to lead a large and heavily armed scientific drifting down Bohemais madding tide And O Id love tliat expedition into the country on the That glorious nightly anchorage on Pleasures gorgeous shore southern border of Abyssinia has been notified by the government that Theyre gone now lost forever like a faithless womans vows it is advisable for him to postpone his And in their place but Memory Niobe in her tears project Virtue i3 not a mushroom that Since wpeping for her children is the all that Fate allows years springeth up of itself in ono liight Through the hard and ceasless tread of all the cold and heartless when wo are asleep or regard it not but a delicate plant that growcth All scattered are the friends that made that little brothers band slowly and tenderly needing much of the wreckof Yesterday pains to cultivate it much care to And I a lone survivor guard it much time to mature it in Cast by the waves of Fortune riot of Lethe on the strand out untoward soil in this worlds un And they God bless them evry one are drifted far away chantable and unkindly weather ITans Wnchenhuscn who was well I fe6l as one who nurses but the ashes when the glow known in Germany as a war corre- ¬ spondent and has written a number Has left them cold and cheerless in the grate of novels died recently at Marburg And yet een then though sad tis comforting to know aged 72 years lie reported tho That here and here and here is where the pther comrades sate Crimean war the war in Italy Gari- ¬ baldis expedition tho Prussian cam- ¬ all is Change paign in Schlcswig IIolstcin tho six Ah well old friend of those dead days life after weeks war against Austria and the know cannot change you But Time and all his allied force I Franco Prusian war And when theyve done their worst with me and gray hairs make me Berlin is shuddering at the grue- ¬ strange some discovery that there is a trade understanding between professional in all the world one heart at least is true Remember that Competi- ¬ nurses and undertakers Rupus McClain Fields has raised the tion between the latter Nashville Tenn regular commission paid a nurso to no per cent of the cost of a funeral I 0 0 F BAND The fact that a doctor has made this GALLANT MUSICIANS state of things public with the sus- ¬ the undertakers may have A Musical Qrganizatlon in Which picion that to square with that protession also Bob Buckner And Will Winfree the City Feels Proud adds to the cheerfulness of Berlin Music For The - For this 1b truth the poet sings That a Burrows crown of sorrow m i i I t The Big Store fc CJscd-To-B- t 1 3 THE RACKET Hopkifisville Kentucky I Some Talk Some Prices Some Facts wo soil 100 fish hooka for 5c FibIi lines 15 foot long for lc Joiutod poles 10c Wo Fish Hooks If you cant fight fish Snaps 3 td better lines and hooks Visit our hardware department Wo have somo Wo have many some in each de partment Tho greatest snap is Har ness Snaps 2c each ¬ ¬ I I I i I 5c i Files In files svo have nil kinds Hound filos square files half round 3 cornered files mill saw files In Collars Wo have them from tho sublime to the ridiculous Boys collars 5c to 10c Ladies collars 10c to 15c Mens collars linen 5c to 15c ¬ Picture Frames For soldiors or lovers 3o 5c 10c 12c 15c to 75c Mirrors lc 3c 5c 7c 12c to 149 Wo are out of cannon balls but have a full stock of rubber balls at 3c 5c 8c aud lOo Albo base ballB atdc 5c Sc to SI each Uaae ball mits 8o to 80c We will send most of our hammocks to Cuba for U S soldiors but will of fer some for a short time at 25c 80c G3c Q CO Celluloid Collars pipe 5c 5cnud7coach Mouse trnpB Wool ¬ to Si 17 each Fire Screens You can use them in front of grate TLov are to decorate tho houte ul most cheap enough to burn 15c to 35c o d each Collar for stovo Collars for dog 9c aud 25c 2cfc 4c and 5c Dusters each dusters 10c 15c 18c and 20c Feather dusters 15c 20c and 25c f 5r L each Window Shades Brown Domestic ¬ i i 1S Sometimes it is well to have win Wo fur dow shades in our room ninh them at 10c to SI each ready to hang 4c aud 4c a yard Alarm clocks 50c and 75c Now book War In Cuba May 11898 8100 Linen Hats up to Lace Curtains We have them at 30c to 4 per pair Lace bed sots 65o to 110 per set Mattings 8c to 25o per yard Straw Hats Flags Decorate yourself decorate Some we sell 3 for 1 cent othess lc to 25 Carriage bolts lc each Shoe blacking lc box Lamp wicks 4 for lc Lamp burners 4c 19c SOFT HATS Mens straw hats the cool kind Yeddo regular price 25c our price STIFF HATS IS Mens siraw hats samples 20 doz no two alike prices 35c to 75c each worth 75c to 2 each Suspenders 10c to 50c each Mens box black tan or grey pair 5c a m each violins etc Try us wo will save you one half on your strings Music Hath Charms Come to us for strings for banjos i Q W 3 Visit Our Store Follow tho crowd and you will be with us Our t NK We Sell Tax Brass tax 5c per 100 Matting tax 2c box Carpet lax lc paper All kinds of shoe tux most auy kind of tax except State and county tax Of all kinds Dry Goods Department Is a busy place just now 20 depart- ¬ Will Make W Third Kentucky Tub Kentuckian notes with par ¬ donable pride that twoHopkinsville ydurig men have been conspiciously Bob Buck- ¬ horiored at Lexington ner has been unanimously chosen musician forCapt Logan Felands Owcnshoro company and a similar honor has been thrust upon Will Winfree Jr by Capt Gaines companyOnly the most intimate friends of these gallant boys were aWare of their remarkable musi- ¬ cal powers Their innate and in- ¬ patients ments all full of new and seasonable goods at prices that mean a saving to you of 10 to 75 per cent m the back irround while they were here and it was only on rare occa- ¬ sions that their souls burst forth in music Ir Buckners favorite in- ¬ strument is a bass drum and he plays it with such feeling and effect that the trees and rocks and all in- ¬ animate nature is quickened into life as when Apollo touched his in- ¬ strument of magic Mr Winfree is unfortunately afflicted with a crip ¬ pled hand at this time but if the bone Government will furnish him a Lucien Long tuba music box and an assistant to wind Henry G Wood snare drum Dick Anderson bass drum rest it up for him he will do the J Byron West drum major Rah for the musicians of the gal UuuVfhirdL Compared to their rav ¬ A Preacher Kills a Man ishing strains the song of the morn- ¬ ShcpherdsYille Ky May 31 ing stars will be the harshest dis- ¬ a young Rev R L Glasgow cord Methodist preacher of good repute Lelters Wheat Deal and James Terry a farmer become involved in a quarrel at the house hgFir9twhcnt bouglirApiiil 1897 of Tom Alcorn which resulted in a bloody fray and terminated in Glasgow cutting Terry to ueatn at64tfc Nv T m Price ad Vhnlf85vivray 10 with a pocket Icnife It seems from rumor that Terry 1898 tHift aboutthe had been making Largest intercut at any one rtime preachers sister-in-la- remarksand that 35000000buRhelif t the latter when they accidentally Largest amount of cash wheat met at the house of Alcorn took owned 14000600 bushels Terry to task about it Terry be ¬ Total of ivjheat exported and sold came furious grabbed a chair and 25OpOJ0OO bushels proceeded to beat Glasgow over the rf argggt account on any one ac ¬ head knocking him almost insensi ¬ ble when the latter opened his count 85c per bushel knife and slashed Terry across his Total profit approximately 4 throat almost severing the jugulav 500000 vein and stabbed him in his back Leiters vagcnionthly profit with deadly effect Terry lingered 22tl00 f until 4 oclock this morning When ifiH daily average profit for four Californias Wine Product he died in great agony f Vjpn months tffljflUL J y dry wines in Tho production wbamadeS HO each luxury pr The Qwensboro Wagon Co 1ks California last yearofwas 8R000000 tauoMfr 750 per minute a received a rush order for 00 wag- - gallons wl of swcot wines CfiOOOQO Kjyvpto b Aent to Cuba w - herent modesty kept their talent in The Odd Fellows Band made its first public appearance Monday at the decorative exercises The or- ¬ ganization is composed of the best musicians in the city nearly all of them having had experience in similar organization in the past The band was organized but a few weeks ago They have been practicing constantly however since organization and the result of their patient labor was apparent in the manner in which they rendered their selections Monday The band is made up as follows Walter Ward director and B fiat cornet Rolland Ward Harry Lepkeucher and John Glasscock cornets Prof V F Ward 13 fiat clario nette Jeff D Morris E flat clarionette Chas G McDaniel Jas Lawhern and Archie Higgins altos Wm Girard tenor Fred Gilbert baritone Claude M Banks slide trom- ¬ WHY THE GOOSE IS SILLY the Wisest of Creatures A Tale for Children repeat ¬ Why is the goose silly ed Grandpa Longbow putting down Do you know that the his paper gooso was once the wisest of all Was Once New Goods Every Day It 8- -- si creatures You dont The Bip-- Store t 2k ia - -- Then it might be well for little boys and girls to hear the true 6tory -- 5 51 of what happened to the goose Long ago when the rabbit had the longest tail of any creature liv- ¬ ing and when the eagle then the most timid of birds used to live on pumpkin seed the goose was very wise It walked about with a dig- ¬ nified bearing that you can yet see traces of in spito of its waddling and by asking questions of everyone it learned all that was really to beknown about the dry land But tho learned gooso was still unsatisfied Why it exclaimed the world is moro than three fourths water and though I know all that is to bo known on and about dry land I am ignorant of everything in tho water So the gooso set about learning how to swim and dive and after many years of study and questioning it learned all about the water and the creatures that live in it But still it was not satisfied I know very little about tho air said the learned gooso I must now learn how to fly like the eagle so that 1 will be able to take longer journeys than aro possible for ono who only swims and walks vi After much practice the goose learned to fly and that enabled it to travel so much and learn somuch that ft finally fell ill with brain fcYeif When it recovered its mind was affected and it couldnt tell whether it be- ¬ longed to tho sea liko tho gull tho dry laud liko tho hon or thevair like tho caglo And over since ithas been wandering about a homeless witless foolish bird and all bacnuso it asked too many questions and learned too much No I will not tell you how the rabbit lost its tail and tho eagle be camo brave and fierce IJemcmber the fate of the goose and dont try Feter to learn tqo much at once JilqArthur in N Y Independent THE RACKET Hopkinsvllle Kentucky j t ft -- a iwwumwv WWW mWVMWWW W1 Hopkinsvllle Gas si Liptnmi Co i i a i i Have opened up their show rooms for tho season in the Main HOWE BUILDING street whore they have a stock of tho latest improved Whiskies Brandies Wine -- Cordials BEST KIND Gas Ranges At At Or Will Be Rented For Sale Cost Price tlie Nominal Sum of 306 Per Year Are also ngentB for tho GEN OINE WELSBACH LAMP Tho finest Light in exist once There are many Spurious Kinds and liiany NO GOOD KINDS Then there is a The best Kind is what we SELL and at as low prices as the spu- ¬ rious kinds are Sold A TRIAL IS CONVINCING to Wo will a largo selection of samphs from Ho All uow colorings nnd nor roll up novelties up to dato W 15 PAY Wo want an ageut every town to sell ou commission in from large sample books No capital PAPER pa WALL expect send auy free do Do you you neriuc FREIGHT required address Royal Liquor Co Only Liquor Store in Christian County NOTliiNqOiyijvTnKDUlNic 203 SOUTH M AIN For samples or particulars f f1 717 768 MV Km Ninth Wolf S Aye Glty N Y STREET Sv J SA MUiEIU Propr il yfflp sistafitiBiaifgffiCaE 11 ktixtiiijUx i yi Ol car- S rv o PERSONAL 10S5iP ON TO C0BA1 D1EP IN DYERSBURG 14 JJ pr- - u- - George Delaney brother of Henry Garnett Pembroke Carrie Lloyd Delaney is the only one remaining Pembroke in prison and repeated but unsuc- tcessf ul efforts have been made to HERE AND THERE obtain a pardon for him Wedded At Julian Married on the 28 inst at 2 P fM at the home of the brides father Mr Thomas L Yonts near Juli an Ky by the writer Mr C P John- ¬ son to Miss Elizabeth Lizzie In compliance with the Yonts wishes of the bride and groom the marriage was a quiet affair They had planned to come to the home of the writer at Lafayette and be mar- ¬ ried there but owing to some ir- ¬ regularly in the mails the rites were solemized at the brides home May the voyage of wedded life to them be pleasant and profitable A C Dokris Nathan Dedicated with sentiments of pride to HopkinsviihV8 accomplished Clarence Oileft pf Hcrrfdon was musicians WillWinfree nndBOtfBitckndr in the city yesterday Mrs MuckollH of Howell was in Oh yes its hot in Cuba but much hotter will be Mr J N Radford formerly of city shopping yesterday When Bob and Billy get therewith the Third Foot infantry this county died at Dyerabun f Misa Lula Moseley of Casky For thcylre musicians in the Hue an lmfalc is their fort i lectin Sunday night ofgenerit de ¬ spent yesterday In the city And tlie haughty dons will scatter when they sail into the porfcbility aged 84 years The de ¬ Mrs Walter Garner of Lafay- The ships will signal to the shore the music now has come ceived left hi 9 aged wife and nine ette spent yesterday in the city Heres Bobby with his clarionet and Willy with his drum children among them being Sam D Mrs Ike Sallie of Caledonia was Is Corp OFlahcrity in line said Wellington the grim Radford of this county J N Rad ¬ Mrs shopping in the city yesterday Yis your honor said OFlahcrity presenting arms to him tf ford Jr Mrs A M Futrell Mc is i A smile lit up the features where late a frown had bccttV Charlel Ross and MrrfJ J W Miss Kate Parker of Dixon i iVirs well then said the Iron Duke the battle may begin Gee the guest of Mr and Mrs J D Gomez will say our freedoms won and Spain is overcome MrKadford left this city two or tHill By Bobby with his clarionet and Willy with his drum three years ago and had been mak ¬ Miss Susie White of Cadiz is the daughter afe ing his home with his pleasant guest of Mr and Mrs E And when in triumph they return from the West India isles Dyersburg The body was taken 13 Long Well meet them at the deptit with laurels cheers and smiles to Paducah for interment the funer And well haul them to the court house and hold a grand levee Miss Lillie Hodgson of Fredonia al exercises being held on Monday And show our pride in what they did to set the Cubans free is visiting Miss Kittie Moore on ¬ afternoon at the Oak Grove Ceme And they shall tell us all about the way the fields were won tery Mr Radford for many years South Clay street When Bobby beat his clarionet and Willy blew his drum UvedMn the neighborhood of Bever ¬ Miss Laura FulcherofFairvicw ly inithis county but reverses is the guest of Mr and Mrs O E Nashville train Vegetables of all kinds on a Louisville cbme upon him and he sold his farm Layne on West Seventh street fall and sentenced to one year s Reeves and moved to this city He was a Miss Grace Hughes of Glasgow last The Princeton district conference brother to the late Rock Radford is the guest of Miss Minnie Armis confinement in the penitentiary at was connected with manyofthe tead on South Main street this the last term of the Henderson Cir- ¬ of the M E Church South closed and cuit Court Hettlso refused to re- ¬ at Eddyville Monday night with prominent families of the county week store the rights of citizenship to Rev Shcffer in the pulpit An in ¬ Mrs George Boddie of Lafayette Chas Johnson of this county Will Omer Married nt Sturgis teresting and veil attended f session Sturgis Ky May 31 A roman- ¬ has returned to her home after a Cream Salt the finest thing was held resultiug in ihe election tic wadding took place Saturday pleasant visit to relatives in Miss ¬ llU for frcuzinf ices ever nrnrliirprl of II C Cobb of Kuttawa Dr J A W T COOPER Akin of Princeton Brothers W J evening which again recalls the issippi F E Luttrell was allowed 10 Hill of Tribune and J W Guess Oliver Delaney tragedy celebrated Mrs Annie Penn Dills left last in which evening for Cincinnati to spend the by the court yesterday for repairs of Toler Crittenden county asmem of several years ago young Abbie Oliver Delaney the summer with relatives in that city on the Nance Mill bridge bers of the annual conference The brideof an hour lost her life at the and other parts of Ohio members of the conference were de- ¬ up Do you know that you can get handsiof an unknown assassin Hot Rolls and Cream Bread twice a cidedly in favor of the holliness or Miss Mabel Dryer will leave this one of a crowd who had rone to morning for Carmi 111 where she day at Millers Bakery or leave sanctification idea but extended rescue Henry Delaney from the will visit her cousin Miss Grace your name and address and have every courtesy to those opposing it Among others convicted Olivers the wagon call Telephone 159 Ring JRReeves and order Straw- ¬ for several weeks for the dark deed on Tcer Hill was Ball If you are looking for Bargains berries and Vegetables for dinner Hon W 10 Bourland and family William T Omer a prominent you should not fail to go to Rich youth of the Delaney faction At who have been visiting the family Co in the morning In The City Court i the time he left for Eddyville prison of Dr A E Bentlcy returned this ards i Have my wagon call arid try my Clabe Meriwether was fined 10 he was engaged to Miss Annie week to their home at Dixon Hot Rolls and Cream Bread and in the City Court yesterday for Reasor also of a prominent family Among the guests at Bethel Fe- ¬ and she clung to him till the last male college this week are Mr B Saratoga Chips J L Miller Tele- ¬ breach of peace During his two years absence in S Harper Evansville Ind Mrs phone 159 Monday Bakera colored boy was To day fresh Strawberries and fined 1 and costs for scrapping Eddyville she remained true to her Jno K Currier Paris Tenn vows and upon his release and re- ¬ Misses Grace Hughes Glasgow turn last week the sweethearts met Jennie George Salem Daisy Hill Of those who Fredonia Eula Allen and were married Pembroke were convicted and sent to prison Retta Wells Madisonville Mary Iflr Radford a farmer Clti xen Of Mopklnsvlllc Is Dead Jck - po Var I HV9 vsm V tM Yfttt want to Iroyalwjs Clothing Bargain X - Then com to our store To Morrow Morning II T as early as you can and take pick of 100 all wool plain and fancy cassinier and worsted suits sizes 13 to 18 years for r JR 300 - These suits sold early in the season for 400 to 750 Some are fine imported worsteds some cheviots and some cassimers sf i All in all it is the best 23aisraiia ever of erect in- Boys Suits u rttv VSvyHfSW Vfe WWtfW C mimm wjjSi Wji as 1 - Anderson a colored member of the G A R parade fell from over exertion at Louisville and died soon after Nail the Ml jwj Coffee Mills tlnJ V T m ru t COOPERS The crop expert of the Orange Jud Farmer figures it out from present indications that we shall have a 700000000 bushel yield this year The outside commercial esti- ¬ mate of the 1897 crop was 580000 000 bushels and the biggest harv ¬ est ever reaped that of 1891 was 685000000 bushels Mr James A Radford asks a correction of the report that a AUCTION SALE couple of mares belonging to him ran away with a buggy last week Of Doctor Hopsons Fine Property He says that a couple of farm Next Monday horses were attached to the vehicle when a trace became detached Dr and Mrs Hopson have de- ¬ frightening one of the animals cided to sell their elegant property slightly on South Main between eleventh Have you tried it and twelfth streets and have au- ¬ OUIIiei DIUU if not get at Coo- ¬ thorized the Chistian County Ab- ¬ pers stract Company to offer same to the An old man named J C Barnes highest bidder without reserve on jumped in the river ami committed next Monday at 430 oclock In- ¬ suicide at Henderson Monday He vestors have wanted this property was seventy three years old and offered for sale for many years and probably insane now is a chance for them wis iviiNi une lormer resi- ¬ dence of the late Dr D J Gish Tried to Effect An Entrance Well adapted for a first class boarding-- m Burglars tried to effect an en- ¬ house Apply to Geo C trance to Mr Tom Pctrees resi ¬ Long at First National Bank dence on South Main street Mon ¬ Parties from the northern portion day night They were heard work ¬ ing at the screens of the windows of Caldwell county report the hard- ¬ est storm of rain and hail of the year Sunday night Great damage was done to wheat and other crops PRESERVING The small streams are swollen to rivers almost and large wheat fields and meadows are ruined by the hail TO DAY Order your Strawberries this morning from J R Reeves A regular stream of eager buyers was pouring into Richards Cos TO MORROW store every day last week Their bargain sale will continue for WALLIS GROCERY another week Rev II D Smith will preach at on the South side of the house but Hilles Chappel at 8 oclock were frightened away by the sud ¬ m night den appearance of Mr Petrce who I bake twiceta day Hot Rolls and m heard the noise Several pistol Cream Bread morningand evening m ihottr were lired by Mr Patrice delivered at your door Millers You qan buy French Organdies Bakery Telephone 159 m in the morning Gov Bradley has refused to par ¬ at JJlchardB Cos per yard its real value is don Charles Campbell of this city for 15pi convicted of shooting a brakeman Colors To For we will a i u nis space is Ircserved for the vx f balance of the weelcf tq inform the the ty ft people of regardingjthel auction sale the valuable Dcffiopson proper ty on South MainSbetwecn Eleventh and Twelveth streetsMonday next at 430 oclock u4 fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man survives Now is the time for action as it is daily being proven that to the victor belongs the spoils Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure the spoils in as much as we furnish them with by far the best goods for the money M as t - i no SURRENDER ia Is still our motto and we maintain the fight against all competi ¬ tion A steady bombardment has effected some of our out ports but has left some of our main lines in fact and we are still for- ¬ tified with big lots of The Columbia Chainless WEAR RESISTER SHOES FOR MEN AT MP i - 200 PAIR Strawberries Leader shoes for ladies at 150 pair Elegant silk vesting top shoes for ladies at 200 pair Yours for peace or war and always for trade BE Js Jtt0 a Grand Success m PETREE tt COMPANY 7c 9 2 aud tlio only chamlesa that hns given buccosb nnd 1ms proven it- Bolf bo Wo Imvo tliom on oxliibitiou nq well ns a number of Co lumbm innko of chain whooh from 35 to 75 Wo best aiwortmont of Bicycle Sundries and Re- pairing cf all ltinds Wo do nil kind of export repairing all work prompts done Wo are headquarters for Gas KIcvclc Lanin anil Cfarbitc Give ub a call Yours to E M MOSS 6l QO lfA4 THE DAILY S KENTUCKIAN 8 V V M I t J- N Qujy 10 Cents a Week Dfljveredi af ypr door bv 6 oclock a iff crrSa