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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f if fVW t Jf T HV Daily TEntuthian NO 34 VOL 1 HOPKINSVILLE KY WEDNESDAY MOBBOTG JUNE 8 1898 -- r PEIOE 2 CENTS lDL 1xJlJL1 i VJ A The Interior of the Santiago Bottle Churned With Lead Fifteen liiiiidred Projectiles rst ORATORICAL DEBATE fDOWN TO BUSINESS Pleasant Evening at South fast Kentucky College 1 P Being Ground From Ul C THE BOTTLE The Later News Confirms Land and Sea Mills JUSUCU I 1 American Success Oil Aji Medal Awarded to Mr James HS 13 Prllo nf Alnhnmn uy ww the Judges nuuu yesterday Was a Busy Day In the ti tlrcuit Court Wadlinjrton Hurled Against A large audience assembled in the chapel of South Kentucky cola lege last night to hear the final oratorical contest of the male stud ents for a handsome medal M3 Case Set for Monday n rf WV I V the Ships and Forts udge Cook lost no time in useless vmw inreliminanes yesterday and Cir Bit Court got down to business More Defeats For the Spaniards in the Philippine Islands I Iii Runout ueiay jP A special frdm Cape Haytien describtrngtlie-tiomThe contestants were Messrs jroarument or Santiago uc cuoa on monaay says mat tne ions aoout tne Otho Powell of Princeton Letcher harbor are now a mass of ruins TheMorroisa shapeless pile of ruined Fox of Christian County J P masonry anu uismantieu guns ana tne mstrena oattery is utterly Bruff of Christian County and Jas New York June 7 V F rfl 1 mp l - ruined This result the dispatch says was the work of ten American ironclads which passed back and forth from Fort Cabera on the west to Port Agu adores on thceast of the harbor entrance discharging their heavy guns as they steamed along so that scarcely a yard of the coast escaped the heavycannonading x At Port Aguadores the forts recently constructed by Col Ordonez the famous artillery expertr were blown to dust and Col Ordonez himself Capt Sanchez Was badly wounded by the flying splinters and debris officers were also wounded Two infantry and Lieut Yrizar artillery Lieutenants Garcia and Perez and twenty one privates are reported fatally wounded Later in the day the American ships moved closer to- ¬ ward the mouth of the harbor where the old cruiser Reina Mercedes had been discerned attempting to place explosives about the hull of the Merrimac to blow her to pieces and clear the channel A 13 inch shell from the Oregon landed squarely abaft her pilot house and tore all her upper works to shreds Her Second Commodore five of her sailors and a marine were killed A Second Lieutenant of the Reina Mercedes and sixteen of her seamen were very seriously wounded A perfect shower of shell and shot fell upon and around the old cruiser and she was so badly damaged that her crew by order of Admiral Cer vera abandoned her and soutrht the shore for safetv Aboutnoon according to the Haytien dispatch a landing party of U i m r r j i opanisniniantry anu American marines near Daiquiri was axtactteui oy ri a sqilad of cavalry The insurgents were posted in the neighborhoo and with the aid of the marines successfully tookup a position holding The Spanish it and later making it a base from which they operated force was defeated with heavy loss and driven back toward Santiago leaving their wounded behind them v The Americans are entrenched near Daiquiri and are landing heavy guns preparatory to moving them towards Santiago and laying siege lo the city There is a panid in Santiago The residents who can leave are ileeing to the country Joining the insurgents are doing anything to get away from the certain destruction that now awaits Cerveras ileefc and the forces of Pandbjfapd Lin aaes m H Pride of Alabama The judges were J T Hanbery J T Duffy and- W T Fowler Careful consideration was given by the judges to the excellent efforts of the young men and due credit be- ¬ stowed upon them and upon those -- J BOTTIEID UP Washington June 7 Special The latest reports received at tlie naval and state departments before the close of the offices this Indicted on five afternoon all tend to confirm the news of a brilliant engagement at counts for selling liquor without li- tgense was lined 20 in two cases Santiago fandthe balance were dismissed There was heavy fighting on land in the rear of the city and on wrthput prejudice jffiphe following cases were contin- the heights where the insurgents and American forces engaged the ued and dismissed Spanish while the American war ships dropped shells with marvel- ¬ Js Continued ous precision among the ships of Cervera and played fearful havoc Bustcr Merritt C C D W S Jackson Cotton breach of peace with heavy missiles among the f fortifications protectingthe entrance to the harbor ¬ PjjThe day was the disposition causes continued wfthje Court IjGus Robinson devoted chiefly to of Commonwealth from former terms Dewey Continues To Direct Operations At Manila if i ittiuii t w I HM iTrrfni InilJilIIJlflllllli llllflJjniliS jfflff nwlia ill I I fill I I llillll I iiilvK Jsxvy y A i H U if n respective generals The Spaniards are endeavoring by every means to win over the rebels who are attracted by promises of pardon and high offices But Aguinaldos attraction is stronger He is their leader and has completely surrounded Manila by cutting the railroad and holding the rivers by which food had previously reached the city If the city is not starved into surrender the rebels may carry it having now an increased number of rifles and field guns Aguinaldos treatment of the Spanish prisoners is exemplary Few excesses arc reported and this is attributed largely to the influence of Admiral Dewey who is in communication with the insurgents Washington June 7 Special A dispatch to theLondon Times from Manila which hasbeen cabled here referred to the fighting of May 30 and June 1 says the Spanish loss in killed wounded and prisoners was heavy but that the most serious feature of all for Spain is the defection of hundreds of native auxiliaries The dispatch says One native regiment deserted after killing its officers and massa creing a company of Spanish infantry and rebels and ex rebels on both sides have been shot because they were suspected of treachery to I their 11013 I fAAilC IITT Hir HITIlfm v V PWi Alex Jones selling liquor without license thiee cases The Story From the Other SideSeven Were Killed Start for Sire This Time - K I r-- Jib Htm t 11 Stew IPs kite f tn a The last of the first expedi tiqn to Quba left Tampa last night forty six transports carrying 26000 to whom they owe their thorough men with horses wagons artillery scige guns and all necessary equip- ¬ instruction ments and supplies for a campaign of six months Gen Shafter is in In the opinion of the judges Mr Twenty thousand troops went from Tampa and 6000 under Pride was entitled to the medal command Gen Carpenter from Mobile It will take them about seven days to get and it was so awarded- - Half an around to Santiago de Cuba and goodness knows how long they will be hour of pleasant social intercourse unloading because there are no docks Everything will have to be followed the conclusion ofhe formal hoisted into lighters or launches and towed through the surf to land programme Forty six transports composedof the best vessels under the flag of A number of delightful musical tlie merchant marine of the United States attended by a squadron of nuihbers were rendered during the gunboats to protectHhcm make a beautiful ileet and one that has never evening before been witnessed on our coast and it is believed an invincible NEWS FROM THE THIRD armada It is nottprobable that all of the ships went together They were probably in groups of five qrsix and perhaps they straggled along Health and Spirits of the liop when it was safe for them to do sof There are only a feV small Spanish klnsville Coys are Excellent trunboats on the Cuban coast that could do them any harm and those are undoubtedly cooped up in the harbors by our blockading squadrons Frank Prowse writes his father The first ship of the expedition started several days ago and if we from Camp Thomas at Chickamau l arLble to believe the dispatch from Cape Ilaitien and Kingston the ga Park that the boys of the Third trdqp9are already being landed on both side of Santiago near Punta Regiment are ajl doing very well ¬ CabrdraHo the Vest and Aguadores to the east The advance guard and are as content as possible un der the existing conditions The was cavairyiaiid left about a week ago The tail enders of the expedi health of the Hopkinsville boys is A tion carried heWiguns and other artillery t excellent They are in hopes that the regiment will be ordered to the 3C stolen from the house Philippines or to Tampa very soon StorehotiM n The tiuevcs ficcmea to nave a The regiment has recifved its uni- Tte ffener4 merchnnN store particular weakness tfor che sse forms and equinm nts7and has ovurr AWew reached a most satisfactory degree IlH a ufuii tinenC crackers and groceries T 1T1 t shoes were stolpn No of perfection in lie manual of arms t Poa pir of Uie iilniUy of tlie burg- - and the field evolutions The Third x iniifeg nortMai ftrftbecifv WfcM WWMl 15n Kentucky m Kwked urn bv the Jtihn ilfscovered burjflarJaed M niyht- - and nfHcprft 7 WasingfonDC June Special Frank and cious Will Sherman mali- ¬ shooting Frank Pall malicious striking three caes Allen Day malicious shooting Tom Davis col C C D V Tom Davils col gaming Link Morrison robbry Owen Clark C C D x AV 1 Will Henderson malicious U Dismissed shoot ing CaesarRoach uttering a forged check I James Morris feloniously brealc ing intoa store room reported complete as follows John Edwards trespass Geo W Emory John Bennett James C Cromely assault Sam F Chambers and John Ilolman ob J II Sergeant Henry F Moore Martin W Davis tainingmbney under false pretenses C II Huffman Julien Boxley Louis MaBsie G B Spowse fraudulently prizing J W P Long James McGinley tobacco J J M McLaughlin tteger Ide Radford c c d Lee King violating the Sabbath two cases The case of the Commonwealth against Claude Wadlington charged with tlie murder of Parks Wilson at Gracey last winter is set for trial next Monday It is believed thut both the Commonwealth and the de ¬ fense will be ready tax trJalVt this 1 Havana June 7 Details from Spanish sources received here today of the bombardment of the forts of Santiago de Cuba say the warships of the United States fired about 1500 projectiles of all kinds This fire the Spaniards add was answered by Morro castle and the batteries at So capa and Punta Gorda At noon it is added another bombardment began against Aguadores east of Santiago de Cuba the firing lasting one hour Both attacks the Spanish assert were repulsed Morro castle is admitted to have been damaged as was tlie exterior headquarters built during the time of peace at Cayo Smith and in ad- ¬ dition the Spanish cruiser Reina Mercedes is admitted to have been slightly damaged The Spanish commander at Santiago reports that the American fire did not dismount one piece of artillery and he says that nine of the American vessels disappeared from sight before dark The Spanish army losses according to official reports are one soldier killed and one chief four officers and twenty one soldiers wounded The Spanish navy losses are reported to be one chief and live sailors killed and one officer and twelve sailors wounded ed his connection with the company hiii i lt David Smith W M Bronaugh R M Whitlock Jas Phelps J 0IIarlan Geo R Grant W Riley J W M Butler T S Winfree Jas G Yancey TTMcKnight Isaac Leavellcol r QHtfehaudiirtJ Itmjf UWtt wux wmdoff iruncirwa t9itlnrfhiiuMtfi - Resigns His Position Harry Fraziet4 chief engineer of khiHvjUe v rnifi mnsf fliftflnonStihcil ns one i n iui Tlie new bondn nrfc to bo tfcn- i i fv fV HI Vfuty 4VKVI ilrtB olHhu finest Jwdios of men in camp UticreAL TJic panel ot tn pent Juries wa tendered hs resignation ai tntyer twuties jit 3 I will be very likely in a few days WivFrasier who is quite a young man is a young man of marked ability Before he was appointed chief engineer he was with tlje company as assistant chief en guieer Mr Frazier was formally Division Superintendent for the L N with headquarters at this place and has many friends in the social and business circlet of Hop- - Mr Fnuiers headquarters wer at Richmond Vn His successor has not as yet been appointed but vVl JJMiUimi tit tr 5 mwmmtimrmmf I ytr rtnfmivpHt tl ij V v Ti iiiii yMp perct v y - -- 3 tf li it tDbe 2ail WT1 fltentucfcianJ A HEW DEAD The Commander of the Olyfttjjla vvtX 11 if d Ttkf1 L 1 LlllWilUUUO kH rl A l ae 2rc-TJ4rJ-- Ti W PubUshad every nlorolnjf r i 7 -- i fiW Capt Charles V Gridleyacom SUB3CHirTI0M KATES lrif mander of the cruiser 01ytnpiaantl 35 j10j one 6t the heroes of the brilliant Per Week Pkb Month - victory at Manila is deadVhc in 30 announcement of his death1 wiiyyre- THE KNOCK OUT BLOW Admiral Camara should come on ceived by the navy departmental a S and let ts1 p ver with that Cadiz licet cablegram front Paymaster Gait of fc We his picture Aflinlrnl Prveffi- fn COlllolritclv the navy dated at Kobj Japan Jrtf 4A sh s bottled in Santiatroharbor Hia fleet June 4 and directed to Secretary may sendi is President McKinley tiki innocuousto thdUnited States and Koiiir rr T TIir disnatch Crinhfijfnpd Pni Ttrvnn 6000 miles away bidj useless to Spain J Ant this S statemehtftapt simple w the war will hardly last until 1900 Ha Gridley died to day Remains ac ¬ But Havana is untouched vana is the center the very core Capt Miller of the Merriraac ofSpanish power in Cuba WlylUj company me on the CoptidV Cupt Gridley is theJirstfYnieri s had been kept busy every since ex r Havana holds out Spain has hfipeaj r J 4k him- can officer of great prominence yr plaining why he didnt do it Spanish power has a whose death is a dircctresult of and the eelf Is invited to inspect my largdl stock of Spring Dry Goods1 Koti6ris Cloth ¬ stronghold in Cuba The Cuban the existing war Witiiv Spjun As not be won until Havana cause will the commander of AdmitnpYvys ing etc before making their Un to the hour of going to press upTtb dafe in all is taken splendid flagship and onelof the ad- - departments cthis morning1 Gen Mile had hot - 15MIU -- J VM The smashing of Havanas forti mirals chief advisersj Capt-Gridsoiled his new uniform with- pow fications would strike Spains vital ley achieved distinction atf the bat ¬ V dcr stains spot It would be a death blow of Manila bay and adSedHtf his tle Readv-To-We- ar The steady decline hi wheat con- ¬ botlrin a physical and moral sense previous lrturels by inning high t tinues another drop of three cents to Spains claim of sovereinty in praise from his superioraln theser vice for distinguished being the feature of yesterdays Cuba gallantry made by the best tailors and from THE BfiST OLdTH Every day renders the work of and ability It was not knoivri- for They are Dandies business reducing Havana more difficult It several weeks after the engagement been removed is estimated that the defenses are that Capt Gridley s W P Harrity has had Suffered Committee- ¬ 50 per cent stronger now than they as National Democratic StyK from it and even now thei precisc man from Pennsylvania and J M were when the war was declared nature of his trouble is not disclos- ¬ The Spaniards are energetically ed Upon the arrival ofcthe Zafiro Griflly elected in his stead GJVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU working to increase their strength at Hong Kong on May 20 thenavy an Atlanta Constitution The Why not smash Havana at once nounces that the end of Cevera is Why give the Spaniards time still department was notifledthat Capt Next Door There will be no kick- - further to improve their position irruuey nau ueen condemned by a REMEMBER THE PLAGE insight Hardwicks board of medical survey and inva- ¬ ing at this Glasgow Times The navy can do the work Why lided home fLj not deliver the knockout blow and 5 y In spite of the frequent rumors end the war DALY MARKET RERORIV fit W that the 1893 cut in the wages of L On to Havana Post Dispatch restored N employes would be v Corrected Dally lly Hen KiiwlliiVItiullccr July 1 no definite announcement anil llrolcer lIuplciiivlnfvUyj ONLY TWO BATTALIONS 1iK has yet been made The railroad iaaliP Are you interested in the prices of Ladies andChildrens Slippers 3d3W I men arehowever very hopeful that Clilciicu Market Less Than a Regiment of the New TT WBBS the restoration will be made P riiyvciiiipsing this is an opportunity that you cant afford to miss To nVtik IF Call Soldiers Cash Wheat out right away we have decided to cut the 1 of Lieut Hob- The humble home 86 TWO- - Allot our Mies Vand July Wheat son s widowed motner at ureens cimurens suppers Frankfort Ky June 7 Gov SepCWheat 743 boro Ala is mortgaged and the 31 Corn July Mobile Register has started a pop- ¬ Bradley has received a letter from 32 Secretary of War Alger in which Sept Corn ular subscription to lift the mort-23 the protest of the Kentucky officials July Oats Our Little Giant shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brought to July Pork 10 10 against the reduction of Kentuckys this market and every one who has ever tried them will testify the truth of this Jily Lard 5 90 fkif A Cadet at Annapolis who was in- - quota is overruled assertion d2 5 5 57 terviewed by the Chicago Records The Secretary directs that the July Ribs New York Stocks mid Cotton Jfrr staff correspondent says Hobson troops raised in this State under OpfT always considered cranky and the second call be comprised in two Jwiwas HigTGjosing battalions instead of a regiment as Aug Cotton 6 42 eccentric with wheels in hisneact 6 43ftH43 1 09BgB9tf gtt nereauer ne wm nave rnem in nis asked Am Tob 1 09 The most significant result of this Chicago Gas 1 03 I 03jMlR2tf Sat1 pockcts f 6 order is the shake up caused in the C B 1 05 Q 1 WORTH 75c 100 125 and 1 50 Now that Spains ships are no official slate made up by the gov- ¬ L jf55 56 N 56 longer to be considered as factors ernor when a full regiment was 1 05K ilfafg Manhattan 1 05 in the war the proposition to send completed Congressman Colson Sugar 1 44 1 44tf 1 43 the Flying Squadron to the Cana ¬ and Hon H D Murray who would Coal Iron 25 25 25k ries and perhaps to Cadiz is being have been made colonels will now 7G Puts Calls 80ou Sep Wheats 2150 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 125 ¬ seriously entertained at Wash have to be satisfied and 150 with major Chicago KecofplH To itay ington ships while others slated for minor Wheat i - 149 Cas The banks will all be caught by places may lose out altogether Corn 1221 Cats Governor Bradley and staff left Oats the decision for taxes that will in 291 CaW We will also put in this sale our entire line of hlanlr irM or t 7 Hopkinsville be increased from 75 to day for Chickamauga where Hogs button spring heel shoes sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction they go to visit the Kentucky sol- ¬ cents to about S250for all purposes HogJMiirkit Il running back to the adoption of the diers now there They will stop Hogs To morrow 220QO we aie sti at Lexington to see the first regi- ¬ Light mg present constitution in 1891 To at prime pastern 4101 ment which is still there many of the cities of the State the 42U v iviixed New York Cost back taxes will amount to many Rough 4W Obituary thousands of dollars Heavy 425 June 4 David Beard the son and Total Clearance All 1ortH Lieut Carrauzas brilliant ex- ¬ only child of William E Graves Wheat and Flour Exp 651000 buffi f ploits for Spain were brief and alto- ¬ diedagedfive months and ten days Sept wheat puts 74 calls 7fJfe His amateur In gether harmless this instance as in numerous spies were promptly detected and others Hopkinsville Produce riarketv rit would seem that the early arrested and the Lieutenant him- victims of death are 4th the choicest Cash priceB paid by Hopkinsville I The Present Crisis self now finds his personal liberty flowers that bud and bloom in the l merchants Go home somewhat restricted garden of mortality But Heaven young man and stay there would not be Heaven without little Bacon ljOci THE POST Admiral Cerveras courtesy to the children there Jesus says for of DISPATCH Shoulders such is the Kingdom of God 48Ac Merrimac prisoners has done much Sides Is the Only to alter the universal opinion that This lovely bud so young and fair ulru all Spaniards are destitute of Called hence by early doom St Louis Paper Jft70 gentlemanly instincts Cervera is a Just came to show how fair a flower Country ProducoVWith Its Own Staff Correspondents In Paradise would bloom thoroughbred and when we capture This famous Kentucky SUMMER RESORT at all Points of Interest Butter 1620c At Havana him we will feed him on the same is now open for guests tinder Funeral services by Rev Arthur Eggs 12J6 Mr Sylvester Scovol grub that our great Gen Miles Roberts assisted by Rev W K New feathers 8082c At Madrid fattens upon at the Tampa Bay Piner at the house Sunday June 5 Beeswax Mr A E Houghton 2022o Hotel 4 At Washiugton r Tallow 36 Mr and Mrs Chas Broeker en- ¬ ti Mr Ginseng per lb 222 At New York Stephen BonsiiL In bur advertising columns will tertained Friday night at their Honey lOo be found an announcement of Ex home at Fourth and Crittenden Mr Morton Watkins Tub washed wool Hotel rates reiwounble Aipleasanttirno in store 28S80o Senator John G Ingalls forthcom- ¬ street in honor of Miss Virginia anci woll vontilnted i Greaed A bTndl o music in 18206 THE NEWS Of THE DAY IN ing book entitled Americas War Ritchie Burnett of Hopkinsville Burry wool aUeudauce 10i ForHumanity Canvassing agents and Miss Jean Moore Carter of THE POST DISPATCH vj Opening Ball June 17 find it a book of remarkable Aberdeen Mississippi The style Poultr- ywill Cheap Hales Over n Railroad 15 cents a week seven days if de- Old chickeuHlive per lb interest and certainly of extraor- ¬ of the entertainment was a library BJGo jivered by ngout dinary salability The history of party and was as unique and in- ¬ Koofiters 2o i if sent by mail 60 cents a month rurlcoye porlb Oe the war is told in picture and story teresting as it was pleasant and k ADDRESS Ducks j An and in a way that characterizes enjoyable Owensboro Inquier the brilliant pen of Senator Ingalls Grain In narrating the incidents of this Gov Halcolmb has formally an- ¬ Clover por busliel 3 rLnimororlonUftrilo t10 Now York war he finds grand scope for his nounced the officers of the Third Oats homo groivn porSbu 8038oA1i3x superb descriptive and analytical Nebraska regiment W J Bryan Cor 85o powers The theme is worthy of Colonel Commahding Gen Victor IT Wheat lo rl the author and the author is Vifquain Lieutenant Colonel Dr r5 D4ri J 7 Oeanut worthy of the theniejs It is publish ¬ D R Mercer Surgeon The date ontllt Hogs 8lb6 for thoCamorn With complotoSoiul to for pIich tlny ed by N D Thompson Publishing of muster and final assignment of fSRIKnul devolonliiu rnuiarfnblo for u MBfj Shoop uuiimvKnriiiiiK 11118 2fi080 nwJrnn t romely HnUtoa The gamcra ofU Co of St Louis Mo wJt will be a the regiment awaits orders from KCO ttlo reninotJUod with nil moiiorn Improvements monumental work that wjH not only the War Department It is be Ualvos Will have a few choice summer patterns on 360tfH anil In Kuarantecd as rourosontod AiUlrusn be everywhere read butjt will be lieved Col Bryan will be assigned M dispIayvgP Hides ami Furs CAMERA DEPARTMENT t in a monument to his genius that will to dutyin the Philippines as far v Green hides WEDNESDAY MAY 4 THE NeVvYORK LEDGER mh outlive in history hia brilliant sen from tlie United States r possible rfyfro JKP0KH JIlTlhntNOMVOhV Green salted hides ft1 i 8p iatorial careen The subscription Sec them before buying Dry flint tyl2o The rebels are closing in on Ma ¬ book trade and the canvassing n IO nhould leml atnco for annniul m 1 agent are fortunate in the fact that nila and the city is likely lq fall in 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Sale Price 25 pieces French Or- andy Uhecaa beauti- ul designs 15c and 18c quality J un e ASi l0C It is our determination Moire Volours Silks in evening shades and Brown Blacks and 1 BlueB and Purpl not to carry a single Spring suit over to next season With that end in view we have decided to offetr for worth 10c Juuo Cp sale price On Mens seamless 00 half Hose worth 5c Mens seamless half Hose black Pitt3 2 l 2c Ladies Jersey ribbed Vests full sizes ns sold olsewhero at 5c IQp Boys and Pgirls June salo price Op hem- - lc quality Salo Juno Price CQn J0 Plaids Checks and Striped Taffeta Silks beautiful designs S150 and S175qual- - 4i1 1Q itySalo Price VI 151 Black Silk Grena dine 24 in wide I pattern worth 1750 ¬ 10 DAYS ONLY COMMENCING ¬ UUJ i v Ready Made Sheets Hemmed M Bleach Uiu size AQn l04Unbleach 9 4 gc ARn - quality Juno 10 In lL2 SalePrice Irish Linen Striped Crash Suitings 20c quality JunelOlp lC2Xj SalePrice French Organdy Shadow Printing tint¬ ¬ pre1 Sis 13 95 ¬ Black Silk Brocaded Grenadine 14 yard pattern S1500 si value 11 9 Bleached 94Unbleacheu 86x42 24x81 QQq Pillow Iflp Bolster OKp -- W Bk 9 - ed Grounds 18e quality June Sale 1fn IUb Price Corded Plaid Wash Goods for Waists worth 12ic June ft Qj Sale Price French Percales and Madras Cloths 15c bunlitieR Grenadine 24 in wido 1400 valuodjlfl En Salo Price VUOU Black Figured Silk GreuadineBt45 in wide RegularSlO value Juno Salo Prico Pattern Black Silk Be on hand for Jun Choice for- ¬ FR IDAY fi wjjft 10 Choice of suits first picking as the best ones always go iirst of any Suit in the Bouse For that were for- ¬ Choice of suits that were 21 merly sold at merly sold at Coiiestoga B FTick- inn OYtrn linnrv t C Salo Price Juno Ql J2 IvO Linings and Notions Best quality Glove finished Cambric Olp Never Bcforo in 18 Dress Goods Lace Curtain Offered as Cheap 50 00 2150 18 16 15 Btitched border Handkerchiefs worth 10c Juuo sale Cp prico fanc 10 Mens bordered hem stitched Handkerchiefs worth 20c Juuo IUI salo prico OOn Mens Balbrig gan Uunder wear shirts aud draws shirts furnished with French neck and Pearl buttons same as sold elsewhere at 85c QOp Juno Bale prico Ouo lot of ex tra good quality derby ribbed Egyptian cotton Undorwor same as sold elsewhere at 48c June sale QKn prico 9Kr MenB brown lJU and bleacheti drilling Drawers made with reinforced Boats und string or elaBtic worth 85c bottoms Juno sale OCn uu price Cp Mens fancy ati 9 00 1 worth ovory whore 25c sale prico Nazareth WaiBta IQp Ladies and Misses Shoes and Slippers Our stock is complete at Special Prices 100 Ladies colored Oxford Ties 7Cq Tan ox blood chocolate and vici kid made with corduroy cloth and greuadine tops to match needle and coin toes worth 200 QQp clearance price 100 Ladies dongola spring heel ox- Ub ford Ties Ladies kid oxford Ties worth spring heel 100 clearance 7Fp sale prico 150 Mulberry QQ0 red oxford ties ZJOKl Ladies kid oxford Ties t A pair of La dies white foot seamless fast black Hose Bold every- - Ifln IU0 where at 15c at OCp LadieB French Lisle Vests fancy silk fronts taped neck and sleeves sold everywhere at 9PJp 50c sale price IQp Ladies fine laco trimmed SwisB Handkerchiefs as sold elsewhere at 25c Iflp June salo price cream Iflp Ladies Iflp uo tJU vvl luo Beamless oul 7Rr rogular 15c valuo Iflp salo prico 10 dozen sample lino Ladies imported Hand kerchiefH worth from 35u to 50c salo OVn 0 prico O For childs sleeve vJl less Vest worth 10c but slightly soiled June sale On price BalbrigganHoso double solo M 00 16 15 50 00 lw - ueimi iiucm - mk- fs - f R r ijace uurtaiuB a vra Innnp 40 in wiiIa j wn ueayywortn c - Afn V -- W r a iK Jff ouiarnce jJa - HQc Tnnri Iritvl nmo nJonlesign 44 in wide 8 ydB long worth 125 K r 1 F4TWf - nlsewhere Price r Sale QQr wv GO oTi 98c nt regular giiu quality WKio i piecee double width Scotch Plaid Novelties bright col ors 12Ac values 7lp Juno farale Prico 2 10- pieces all wool Dress Goods Striped Checked and Novelties 85c value Juno IQp iUVf Sale Prico BJack Brocado Mo hair good stylos hand some quality 86 inches wide worth 85o per yard Juno Sale Price 25 ¬ 50 00 it lingTaffettaCamb Best quality Brush Skirt B in dings 7p per yard 5 w Yard wide Rust 0 This includes every 2151 20 1850 1650 and 1500 suit in the house in French worsled finest imported cheviot imported plain and fancy cassimers We can fit not only the easy-to-fman but the stout man the slim man and the extra size man ¬ yard longth 2 in 0 Velvotta JCp Biudiugs id iJlj Positively Choice of suits Hot a Single Suit Resesved Choice of suits Imitation hairlHp cloth per yard Hooks and Eyes On per card Walobones Qn Ul per dozen 9 in 9ln cru that were for merly sold at that were j fti for- ¬ merly sold at JOB 9H Lnco Ciirtnins T in Blk Mohair Bayedaro Stripes pretty styles 50c IWP XJrico Sale QQn - SalePrice qualityJuue At Huo ¬ Pearl Buttons worth 80 dozQii - It ham Lace Heavy do long signs 8J yds latest importation reg Sale Price iiiiruiuuniyixuiiiiiy- 1s ular price250 1 QQ 18c Brass Trimmed Cur Jain Polos Sale 1Qn IOV Prico n Best A m o 6 k oner Salo Price Apron Gingham Aln i Qnlo Prion Best Nickled Safety 9 I Pins worth 10c C Silvqr Fleeco Out June Sulo Prico ing Flannels Plaids Best English Cp and Strides 80 qual uu ity Juno Salo Rn Brass Pus u Prico Mil ward Noodles 4 C Juno n 5 00 6 50 7 50 10 Ib H H 5 00 6 50 drill DraworB D V D cut finished with Poarl but tons and suspender loops 50c value QQp Iiiiio sale piice QOp Gouts fancy b Hiiitd Under wear shirts and draw ern to match finished with silk and Pearl 150 quality buttons June sale QQn ol price ARp Mens nobby negligee Shirts fast colors iu checks and stripes detached collars aud cuffs Pearl buttons linen bands worth 65c Juuo rwl salo prico ¬ 0b 50 QQn Gouts bit ached fino Krippendorfs make 150 worth salo prico QQp IQn lzj 75 50 ¬ pairs odds aud onds Ladies laco aud button Hue kid Shoes rogular 150 aud 200 120 Shoes heol and spring heels coiu toes 7Rp clearance prico Union sleeves kueo lengthjtapod neck 25c qnality Salo iQn v Prico Suits Ribbod short Ladies Jersey IQp Blue Pink and Cream Hoso seamless 25c quality Salo IQp Prico ton aud Laco Prico Childs Light OKp Infants Soft C 01 SoleShoosBut White worth Iu 19 One lot of boys Tow linen Kueo Pauts IQp iao worth 5c at Tan aud Black 50 Juno Salo 9Cp LO short IQp La dies Sliirt Waists Shirt Waists nil this seasons styles launcoll ¬ Silk taped nock aud sleeves Juuo Salo 1 Q lo Prico lol Sloovo Vests IQp Muslin and in 5o 7 50 10 Corsets dered with dotaohablo Tn 00 00 1 ¬ Por a limited lot of Boys and Young Mens suits former prices 6 50 750 and 1000 suits Only a few to select from 19 lot summer Cor 1 Q p sets worth 85c at Choico of all our QQn 50o Corsets 100 Choico of W B Corstts whito aud black and nur- - QQp sing Corsets 1 P D S250 Corsets lib 25 prico J4 19 Covers so mo worth 50c others 40 Juno Salo for ail go Corsot Qff 1Qn lcll oao uuo Ono lot Hoys caRsi more knee Pants worth 89c salo 39 Mens Whito Unlaun dred Shirts H00 Lin en Bosom Reinforced Back and Front N Y Mills and Trou Clad Body opon front aud back regular 50c valuo Juno Salo Prico ¬ Remnants of Silks 9Rn Ub quality Changeable Taffeta Silks short lengths lj to 8 yards tlm SI 25 Dragon 500 yard Atx Spool Cottou--4- 1 znjz 31 Tl d fpr 2 98 Sale Pico Juno 7Rp JU Clarks O N T Spool Cotton 200 1flp yclB 3 SpoolB for Brus8olls Notthpavy yds bug work 8 4 Whito and Cream 69c White Counter Panes full size aud hemmed worth O80 Juno CQa Salo Prico Silkl00 yards 50 yards Corticollo Sowing 80 A P D 2 00 at PeorlesB Price1 Ub worth Juno Salo Prico Silk KniUiug 20o 1L0 All Knee Pants Suits Corset Ml0 AQ vPlJ 1 Boys chock cotton Shirts worth 25c salo prico IQp 39c P D Corsot set 150 ¬ qq PIOO 1 39 Boys fancy bosnm whito phirt Bod- - OQn ies worth 50c at EMBROIDERIES All half price W B 75o Cor V 65c Clearance Sale J5 Main SI Mr 15 r Norfli West Corner EiglitlFij mr iVb T iB iVT kkF I HH 1 iHiiiift T kw lm L Corner 8tl Bl T t r and Main Sts y t W kF Ttf t - F kF T H V HOPKINS VI LLE KY p ts r--- - fl II iH j V ttti the hotae of their cilcircn until tne -vnutWat child shall have attained the n2 of seventeen when wUh the Mr Ed Stegcr of Howell was ihv Brilliant Progfairime Will Be Alorc Men Wanted For Each Com consent of all heirs the properly pany In the Regiment the city yesterday Rendered at Tabernacle may be sold the widow taking one ST third and the balance to be equally Mrs 13 J Wall of Gracey spent Seats on Sale The Third Reiriment is to be re- - divided between the children yesterday in the city of 103 There arc several minor bequests More than the usual in tercst at-- cruitcd up to th6 maximum Mr J P Garnctt of the Square men to each company To this end His wife is made executrix Without taches to the annual commence was in the city yesterday recruiting officers have been ap bond ment exercises of the city schools pointed as follow Mrs A C King of Pon was To the Commissioners Meet this year which will be held at the shopping in the city yesterday For the first battalion iAdjt Jack MiRus The Board of Asylum Commis Miss Boswcll Wilson of Howell tabernacle Thursday evening The Getty E Sncll Sergt ¬ lias been visiting friends in the city programme will be decidedly an in sell and three others CrtpU Hugh sioners held their regular monthly meeting at the Asylum yesterday For wc will fight the ship while a planks dloaPpi man The Third battalion ¬ R M McFarland of Henderson novation in this line and a depart L Atkinson Sergt A 0 Champ The usUial monthly claim were Survives Now is he time for action as it isdailybcing pfbvcn was registered at the Phoenix yes- - ure from the traditional order of man Privates Henry H Hopkins approved and allowed terday such entertainments That it will E A Davis Frank Prowsc The Commissioners formally ac ¬ that to the victor bclongsthe spoils of Owensboro was be an artistic success is guaranteed The recruiting officers or the cepted the additional Asylum W Jt Hust Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure registered at the Phoenix hotel yes ¬ by the names that appear Upon the First battalion will enlist men at buildings A contract was entered Franklin RUssell into with the Creamery Manufac ¬ IIIC bjKJUS III US IIlUill Ub WU UlllllSU liicili Willi uy iui rmc utiiti terday nroirramme and the teachers who Bowling Green Ai and Glasgow turing Co of Columbus Ohio for v P Mr IS G Smallhouse of Bowling have had direction of the rehear- ¬ ville Morirantown goods for the money those for the Second battalion at the construction of a cold storage GrCch is in the city on business t sals Frankfort Lexington Paintsville and ice plant to cost 2300 connected with the water works v r The sale of seats will beg in this and Ashland and those for the company KILLED THE FISH store Third battalion at Henderson Mr Francis Bcnsinger of the morning at Elgins drug Madisonville Paducah Kentuckians night force left for There will be no seats reserved Owensboro and Hopkinsville Drainage From Qas Factory Fatal Hartford yesterday to spend a few save one section of the auditorium Princeton to the Finny Tribe jAdays with his friends and make his for the families of the several grad ¬ SCHOOL BOARD TO MEET arrangements to remove perman- ¬ uates The general admission will At the last council meeting it will ently to this city be 15 cents The doors of- the tab Teachers Will Probably Be Chosen be remembered that the Gas Com ¬ Mrs O W Waddill and son Wil- - ernacle will be thrown open at 730 at Meeting Friday Night pany was instructed to iltish the Is still our motto and we maintain the fight against all competi lis returned Saturday irom a visit oclock and the earliest arrivals sewer on Fourth street into which to relatives at Hopkinsville A steady bombardment has effected some of our out ports tion The School Board will meet in F W Owen of Kellys passed will have choice of the house in the regular session Friday night at the refuse of the Gas factory drains ¬ through town yesterday enroute to matter of seats At 8 oclock the which time much business of impor- ¬ The residents of that vicinity com but has left some 6f bur main lines in tact and wc are still forplained thatthe refuse accumulated Owensboro where he will sit on the exercises will begin tified with big lots of tance will come before the body Federal petit jury United States On Friday morning the classes It will be necessary For the Board in the sewers and was a great nuisance is well as very dangerous Court convened there yesterday in each room will have exercises to adjust the salary list and the ex ¬ to their health The docket is a light one Madi- consisting of songs dialogues and penses for the forthcoming year to Monday afternoon the sewer was sonville Mail new conditions ana flushed and the foul odor arising recitations and to these exercises coniorm to tne the new distribution of the assess- ¬ from agitating the stagnant matter HERE AND THERE the parents and families of the chil- ¬ ment could be detected at great distance On this day the It is probable that the teachers Yesterday it was observed that Grape bags for sale at the Ken dren are invited J schools will be formally closed to for the next term will alsobe chosen hundreds ofdcad fish were floating tuckian office Eighteen of the on the surface of the river in conse Pure country lard 7c per pound reopen on August 29th the Board at this meeting eignt quence of the deposit having been y having fixed upon this date in or- ¬ at Brumfields H t new applicants are e iicrible to elec- - turned into the stream Leader shoes for ladies at 150 pair Call and see our handsome suits der that the schools may close ear tion These dead fish were noticed from cv of furniture at bottom prices lier next year Elegant silk vesting top shoes for ladies at 200 pair fthe first ford where the sewer Keach Cos Nintti street near L Judge Leavells Civil Court empties down to a point below the 2PYours for peace or war and always for trade N depot WAS HONORABLY ACQUITTED Judge Leavell began the regular bend term of the Civil Court yesterday Mr George Smith has been quite I C Improvements sick of fever for more than a week Spies Carranza and DuBosc Sued sitting in the City Court room He Illinois Central Railroad com- ¬ Kt his home on South Virginia has a good docket for this term by Detective Kellert pany is not confining improvements Wis WILL RETURN EQUIPMENTS to its road bed and system of ser- ¬ son ueorere icwis a 7 Detective Montreal June vice All of the buildings and fXt mn1t r Slri i j rtJf ftf Tlrti rt T niltlo f Kellert who was arrested on com- ¬ and Equipments bridges oh the Henderson division Uniforms landmine- of dronsv of the heart in plaint of the Spanish Spy Lieut Rifles fv are being repainted and improved at Late Company D M A mie city interment in tne country Carranza that he had stolen a let- ¬ and rendered more attractive in rXrkfm r NTr Trto ter from Carranscas house the other u enJ jpij iu iubvJiinMbutt lr 11 autiui 1iiii appearence and more substantial PCow gives two and a half gallons day was honorably discharged by Capt John Feland has feceived A dam is being built across the Lieut Car- ¬ orders from Adjutant General fniilK per day Apply to iveacn s Judge La Fontaine stream below this city in order to srlfurniture store Ninth street near ranza the Spanish spy failed to lier to take an inventory of all rtne furnish a supply of water for the make out his case against him State property remaining in the tank N depot Kellerts lawyer R A Green hands of former numbers of Com j PEE YEAR m Tickets for the South Kentucky f Harvesting His Wheat i uCollege commencement exercises at shields then went to work drawing pany D To this end he has called V the Opera House Mr Pin tirfi Mfirror mnnfurnr of Thursday night up the papers in an action for 25 the Co to meet at the armory to 0 000 damages for false arrest on his night at 730 oclock and bring with iV are now on sale at Galbreath Melrose farm just north of the city jv- n clients behalf It is planned to them all arms accoutrements and began yesterday to harvest hisfine Ennis take the action against Carranza uniforms belonging to the State crop of wheat Mr Mercer is the Tomatoes Beans Peas Squash and Du Bosc jointly and severally There are abont forty rifles bayo- - first farmer we have heard of in Beets Kohl Kabi etc received A capias is to be asked for to pre- ¬ nets belts cartridge boxes etdij the field with a reaper We are going to quit daily at Broomfields morket vent their leaving the city and a remaining in the armory and thesej M A colored convict named Davis garnishee is to be placed on all with the uniforms of the men will m Garrity With the Legion profit Making who escaped from the Nashville funds found to their credit in the b fnrwnrflnrl hv Onnf TiVlrinrI fY pA Lexington special to the Louis was captured by banks penitentiary M yille Times says Frankfort M blood hounds that ran him up a W gi James F Garrity formerly of the tree and held him until the pursu- ¬ Will of Judge riorrow A BASEBALL NEWS Hopkinsville company Third regi- ¬ ers arrived The last will and testament of thej ment is now a member of Company SPECIAL late Judge Thomas J Morrow was Mr James II Bagwell and Miss First regiment having refused Cincinnati 2 Boston 9 admitted to probate in the Clerks TOreturn home on the disbanding of Mary P Gaines both of Allensville Chicago 3 New York 0 olhce yesterday Ky were married in the court flthe company here by Capt John and exactly one month earlier than usual we inaugurate Louisville 2 Baltimore 14 The date of the instrument proper fFeland house at Clarksville Monday by Pittsburg 3 Washington 2 our Grand Clearance Sale of seasonable goods This is July 3 1895 All of his property Justice John Stewart The couple St Louis 6 Philadelphia 1 real and personal is left in fee sim- ¬ Complimentary to Miss Coulter sale will commence eloped from their Kentucky home Cleveland 5 Brooklyn G ple to his wife on account of parental objections to Mrs Alfred Hicks Eckels has is t A codicil hearing the date of Sept fcued invitations to a nrnnhcr nf- lifir the union Services at Hides Chapel 23 1897 alters somewhat the pro Mends for a live oclock tea Friday DOUBLE LYNCHING Elder II D Smith will preach at visions of the will giving to Mrs afternoon at her residence on Wal Hilles chapel on Jesup Avenue Morrow absolute control of allprop 1 fniit street It will be complimentary Young Hanged Thursday night A large congre- ¬ erty during her widowhood He uglier charminggucst Miss Coulter and will close Samuel and Curtis Saturday June 18 thus giving you an op- ¬ gation will doubtless greet the pop- ¬ desires his farm to be her home ancf orCalitorma by a Hob at Clarksville Mo portunity to buy your spring goods at greatly reduced ular pastor PERSONAL GOSSIP CLOSING OF SCHOOLS RECRUITING TUB THIRD - WHHfacv Mo U fl M 11 JBsSGnT CdlbPil fljW Mast NO - SURRENDER - WEAR RESISTER SHOES - - -- M FOR MEN AT 200 - PAIR 1 4 six-vear-o- iu H- - - i The Daily Kentuckiari 400 FOR 30 DAYS WED MAY 18 - - Clarksville Mo June 6 Samuel and Custis Young the principals in the murder of the City Marshal Walter Meloan Sunday were taken from the jail atmidnight by a mob escorted to the northern part of the city and hanged upon the limb of a tree The negroes begged pitcously for their lives but their pleadings fell upon deaf ears E New Coal Office Williamson the city Perkins transfer men have opened a coal m yard on the corner of Eighth and ¬ prices Each day during this sale will bring forth many The Columbia Chainless Water streets near I C depot They handle the celebrated Pow derly coal Headquarters for trans fer business Telephone 104 ring 2 GREAT BARGAINS and those who do not come during this tale will miss an opportunity of a lifetime In addition to the ex ¬ treme low prices we offer we have an elegant line ol AGENTS WANTED In Every Comity to Supply tho Groin Popular Demand lor AMERICAS WAR FURNITURE Remember Our Motto Is a Grand Success and tho only olminloaa that ImBgiveu Biioceas hud hi6 proyen it sou bo Wo hnvo tliem on exhibition as well w a number of Columbia mako oiv ehain wheels from 2S to 75 Wo carry the boat nssortmout of Bicycle SundrioH nud Ho piuriug cf all kinds We do nil kinds of export repairing nil work iJiuimjuy uono woiireueRuquttUors tortnH uicycic JUniup V and Carbltc Give ub a call Yours to plensf FOR HUMANITY NEW VEGETABLES Told iu Picture SENATOR JOHN G OF KANSAS And Story INGALLS SNAP BEANS PEAS TOMA ¬ TOES CUCUMBERS LET- ¬ TUCE POTATOES CABBAGE AND Compiled and Written by consisting of Book Cases Table Screens Rolling Chairs Writing Desks Hat Racks and MediclofCabi nets These articles are eleo ant and AwTlTfTorh any raLfc3Xryirt siMnrLw a home and are tree ¬ Y VAci IW 41 v BEETS fI 1 I At Reeves Today Thp most brillinutly written most profusely illustrated and most intensely popular book ou tho subject of wnr with Spain Nearly 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