You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898): June 12, 1898 Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 dai1898061201_sn86069396 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898): June 12, 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. BatUJ YOL ntekiaa PEIOE 2 CENTS if NO 38 HOPKINSVILLE EY SUNDAY MORNIM JUNE 12 1898 THEY STOLE JUGS then Raided Liquid iPEBEL i5 AT COURT HOUSE Verdict of Not Guilty In Robinson Case the Royal for Refreshments L Of JL JTTl VX Attack on Manila Is Hourly Expected Grand Jurys Term Prolonged Three Indictments Rctnrncd Other Court News ji foutjiful Thieves Behind the Bars Several of Them Are Old Offenders k Everything w In Readiness for Striking the final Blow Special The EvenlnggJournal says it has New York June n learned from Hong Kong that to day was the day set by the insur gent leader Col Emillo Aguinaldo for his final attack on Manila His forces have been drawing nearer and nearer to the city for several days and the Spanish Captain General has cabled his home government that he is in grave danger and cannot withstand a midable attack for- Â¬ Everything is believed to be ready for the final blow and the suc- Â¬ cess of the rebels is almost assured in advance Admiral Dewey it is reported insists that the rules of civilized warfare be adhered to but he expects to take no part in the attack Will Fight Yellow Jack Not Expected to Spread Jackson Miss AHtinecLin Jiine 11 Special The town of McHenry is quar- hi a wife to leave the place last night E Dr Haralson the State Health Officer in charge immediately disinfected himself changed his clothing and went inpursuit and brought the refugees back There are no signs whatever of a panic and the greatest confidence is expressed in the ability of the state board toconfine the fever to Mc- V thtggldannernHAnmaJ3 jsgnjed Henry T i Spain Stiii Licking Us According to Havana Reports Special Further repqrts have been received from thebqnibardment of Santiago yesterdny reported from Havana t The Americans made an unsuccessful attempt to land but were repulsed and the landing was prevented MadridJune 11 - THE HOWARD BAKER FEUD Trouble Can Hardly Be Avoided Dr This Week THE NAVAL CADETSH1P Clardy Will Give Cunning- Â¬ ham Another Show If ift There is much local interest over Manchester Ky June 11 Word troops thenaval cadetship says the Owens has reached here that State have been ordered here to protect boro Messenger the Court during the trial of the Upon the failure of young Cun Â¬ members of the Baker Howard feud ningham of Henderson county the This move of Judge Brown is con- Â¬ promise of the appointment fell to sidered as a joke The Howard faction includes all of the county Mr Clifton Brannon of this- city officers and to day there were 100 With his father Mr W H Bran of them fortified in town waiting nou he went to Washington a few for the Bakers to come in days ago to see Dr Clardy to se Â¬ The Bakers have 75 well armed cure the necessary credentials and men within six miles of town and say they are coming to Court if they to enter a training school untilvthe While in Washing Â¬ have to massacrv the whole How Â¬ examination ard faction and the State militia ton he was examined by naval sur Â¬ too which they believe will geon who discovered the presence with the Howard side on ac- - of a varicose vein which would TA count of the Shenlf who will have have rendered him physically charge of the militia being a How njprijtpass before the nayal Rrdympathizer Crowds of men board The surgeon assured mr Who left their hillside farms con him it would be cured and gregated on the streets to day with Dr Clardy promises to hold the ap Â¬ their Wk testers and would scru- - pointment up but since the re Â¬ tinize allli s cioseiy wvery turn of Mr Bvannori to Owensboro onewllM3mtereatbl in the it has been deculedithat the young feud is aUnoa5pWd ffet out of man will no longeijbe an applicant ms yard AJ1 busine Chris Hickman adh of Dr Hick- is sus pended man has entered the ljst with Wil v liamAthy as an applicant for the 1 eacj rmor are aain circuit place lnit it was Mr Brnnons uu Jff alljper Europe Who U4 deYstandiW from a tufk with Dr heard of ay ueriouB breWch of lit drdy that Jie Wull now give MP lathe present tfme yowif CtiunitigUfhTV another tfUowJ - U W fe The following order was entered Four colored youths none of them upon the Commonwealth order bobjfl exceeding fifteen years of age are vesterdav morninrr hind the bars at the city lock up O j to the satisfaction ffihere is every reason to believe It appearing of the court that the grand jury Mat the police have landed the NX now in session have important ma nucleus of an organized band of ters before them for investigation1 petty thieves and pilferers at whose and that they will not have time to floors can be laid many of the thefts J Svhich have boon rnmmitinfl durinn complete said investigation in thej Wfj pus i six monuis six days allowed by law for theit uic The story of their arrest and m- session now on motion of the attor 1 enrcerniion Inst nin hf is tint with ney for the Commonwealth it is out interest as it shows how sys Â¬ ordered by the court that the graridj tematically the work is carried on jury be allowed to continue its sesi fiThe scene opens at noon in a va cant lot in the rear of W R Long sion beyond the six days allowed by jl Cos saloon near the L N I law depot The four conspirators The grand jury yesterday throughj jVVallace Kay the same who has its foreman reported the following- served two terms in tne woritnouse indictments Wesley Shipp forg iior tneitj uieveiana JtiawKins ne ijviiu uiu 1iiuiiy was aucsicu iui ery Cal Hubbard hoir steal pilfering confections from C P B G Phipps feloniously breaking Nolen and discharged by Judge 1 into a store room Gansler Earnest Boyd and Henry In the case of the Commonwealth jlfeavell It has come to the knovvl- against Walter Alexander charged1 with house breaking the grand Mr Long uses his coal house as a storage house for empty jugs The jury having refused to indict under plot is to break open this coal house the evidence and the minutes of the1 and steal the jugs The scheme is examining court it was moved by successful Several trips are made the Commonwealths attorney that t6 the coal house and a number of jugs are stolen and carried away he prosecution be dismissed of the conspirators The jury in the two cases against Ijhe operations are obhcrvedby ttnother small col E G Robinson Charged with ma ored boy who informs Mr Mack licious shooting and tried jointly Edwards a member of the firm of Co heard the argument of the counsel Long This boys mother brief then discovers that her son has after yesterday and as she terms deliberation returned a ver- been blabbing it and promptly thrashes him dict of not guilty To the in- soundly Mack Ewards offers the liim with boy a dollar to tell the names of the dictment charging carrying concealed deadly weapons conspirators but afraid of another the defendant entered a plea of parental rebuke the boy denies any guilty and submitted his case to further knowledge of the affair Here endeth the first chapter the court without the intervention The scene of the second chapter of the jury A fine of 25 was as- opens in the interior of the wholesessed against him and it was or sale department of the Royal Mr JoeFrankel dered that he be confined in the Liquor Company is standing near the partition county jail for a period of ten days small col- Â¬ These were the only cases set for midway the house A ored boy timidly approaches with trial yesterday and upon the con- Â¬ an empty jug in his hand and meek- Â¬ clusion of the trials the Juries were ly begs Mr Prankel to buy it of discharged for the day and court him While the latters back is turned two other small boys quick- Â¬ adjourned ly enter at vthe front and dart Suit On Account behind the counter One swipes a The Ahrens Ott Manufacturing quart bottle of whiskey and the Company filed suit in the circuit other a bottle of wine and both court yesterday against J E Gos jump for the door just as Mr sett on account of 15725 alleged Frankel discovers them He gives chase One escapes but the other to be past due and unpaid is seized by Charley Datillo who Real Estate Transfers holds him until Mr Frankels ar- Â¬ William and Margaret Brasher rival The bottle is recovered and to Carrie R Brent lot in Burrows the culprit turned over to officer addition city of Hopkinsville 2000 Smith who appears on the scene at tliis juncture The captured con- Â¬ John P Garnett and wife to W spirator betrays the names of his and the quartette W Garnett tract of land near Pem companions is corraled at the calaboose of L N rail broke South side The stolen bottle and its un- Â¬ Sale for division road touched contents are found un Â¬ der a warehouse platform and the ship second chapter ends abruptlyhere W W Garnett to John UP Gar be conclusion of thhjhighly en- Â¬ rtertaining and instructive narrat- Â¬ nett same If in Mon Christian Circuit Court in mat ive will jjroUaWbe found day a lssueolthe r iCBTmJUKuaUiVL0 ter of Mary G Street vs James W the scenewill be in a court of Redd and wife to B L iGrinter justice The Ketuckian furnishes the track of land 100 acres in Soutn facis anft the reader may furnish his own moral We would suggest Christian 2555 however that in formulating a Appointed Deputy Sheriff moral based upon the above facts Lucien 13 Barnes a son of Sheriff that these phases be considered what is to be done with these youth Barnes was appointed deputy ful criminals They are too young the work sheriff yesterday and rualified by for the penitentiary house has no horrors lor them taking the prescribed oath Does their existence promise anything for society for their race for the State except the burden of Shall beLast their support when they are older The First in crime and after all were the Lexington June 11 Tlie First Liliputiajls so far from a correct Kentucky regiment left for Chicka solution of the greatest question in mauga yesterday It is known as sociology when they held it to be It has a the highest crime against the the Louisville Legion for men and women in sub full complement of men It was the State servience to their own appetites to lastregiment to leave for Chicka bring children into the world and muga thonjf the first to be com thrust upon thti nuhUc the burden pletelyiuied to thj maximum limit of their support fAfirMMiHi iwin 1r iJtaw Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f the Union Floats Over a Spanish Fort Are and f American Marines Old Glory Unfurled Caimanera Cuba June n Special The first landing o American marines from the ships of war was effected to day This dispatch is being written upon the ruins of a Spanish block house over which the American flag now waves triumphantly in the breezes The Spanish had scarcely fled from the battered and ruined walls when the first battalion of American marines took possession of the smouldering ruins and ran up Old Glory amid the cheers of the men The landing of the marines was protected by the Marblehead Yankee Yosemite and Oregon and the torpedo boats Porter Do- Â¬ lphin and Vixen These vessels stood in the bay and saluted as the American flag was seen to rise above the ruins Caimanera is not favorably located to aid the attack on Santiago but it is a fine harbor for the rendezvous of fleets iv As soon as the American flag was swung out to the breeze from the flagstaff of the captured Spanish camp the Oregon steamed away to rejoin the fleet off Santiago The marines will hold the position uutil the arrival of the ex- Â¬ pected troops in the meantime scouting in the vicinity with the Marblehead Vixen and Dolphin lying by to protect them Rear Admiral Sampson now has a harbor and a base of supplies on the south side of the island and troops can be landed at will The troopship Panther reaches the fleet off Santiago to day On her way over the Yosemite fired a dozen shells into the port of Dai gaire Baiquiri but received no response m M The Cables Are Not Yet Cut Havana Still Talking to Madrid New York June 11 A dispatch has been received say Â¬ Special ing Admiral Sampson was in error in reporting that the last cable at Cuba had been cut Havana and Madrid are still in full communication The cables cut must have been dummies and not the real wires THE QUESTION OF PEACE LIVELY WOOL PULLING Speculating as to the Time When Two Colored Women Fight In Spain Will Quit Front of the Phoenix Hotel Washington D C June 11 The ambassadors here do not expect that Spain will seek peace on her own account but are agreed that her creditors will not permit the war to continue much longer because it would destroy the value of her assets and make her bonds worth Â¬ less As France is the principal creditor and Austria the only other country which has a direct interest in the result these two nations are expected to take the initiative and tell the Spanish government when jt is time to quit If Spain refuses to accept their advice they will seek the intercession of the pope and the other sovereigns to bring her to her senses One more disaster the capture of Santiago or Puerto Rico or the destruction of Cerveras ileet the ambassadors think will be sufficient Hut the Spanish people have been keyed up by lalse representations to such a degree that the reaction will be a terrible strain upon their patriotism and self control The effect will not be so bad however as it might be if they were allowed to discover Lizzie Oggs and Cora Leavell a couple of colored women met on Ninth street in front of the Phoenix hotel and engaged in a wool pulling much to the amusement of the crowd which usually congregates in front of the hostelry Each claimed that the other would not yield a portion of the crossing and neither would sub Â¬ mit to being run over by the oth Â¬ er Bad blood had previously ex Â¬ isted between them They were separated by Chief Armstrong and marched to the station where they gave bond for their appearance in the city court to morrow BASEBALL siKcrr Cleveland 4 Pittsburg 2 0 Boston 4 Philadelphia 2 Baltimore 10 Washington New York 8 Brooklyn 2 HOW THKY STAND Cincinnati Cleveland Boston Baltimore Chicago New Yorlv Brooklyn Clubs Won 30 30 21 Lost 13 15 16 15 21 Pittsburg their own ijelusions That would SftL PhihdelphiaS 25 23 23 28 certainly be followpd by a revolu Â¬ Washington tion that would overthrow the St Louis Loulnvjlkv throne 1 miWM u A15 14 18 10 15 21 23 83 25 29 i s - naqqWWtWyMf yw Jl X i 11 lMMNnPWW i34 MttWW JJ 0 3 i Zhc 2ail Hentudkiari Publshed every morning except Monday by Delivered by carriers to all parts of the city 10 CKMTS TXK WJBKK OKAS X MCBAGKAM 313 S Main DAILY MAHKET REPORT Corrected II ally nutl My lien JUullim Itnnktir Uroker llopklrK villi Ky UhlcngO Market I at Opg J Higt - tf i Cash Wheat 8S v 87 10 July Wheat A ER WEEK iuui Peh Month 75 7 Sept WlWtt 74tf July Corn 33tf 334 33 t FRon aiorniqq to evening THE ENEMYS SHIPS Sept Corn 34 i Balbriggnn Uuderahirtp sold nl over towu nt10o OCn 24 July Oats OC OurPrico d 22 jf T 21 The Daily Kentuckian will here- Â¬ 22 Sept Oats Mounrch Colored Shirtp worth llBOQtir Price 1 JTJQ 9 05 after be issued in the evening in Â¬ 67 July Pork 9 95 This change 5 stead of the morning75 Mens Honvy Cheviot Work Shirts e6d at 50c Afn Big Scare on the Atlantic Coast July Lard 5 SO ttVt s 45has been contemplated for several 5 35 5 45 yC Ribs July Our Prico J -r i puts 74 balls 7Gi days and we have decided to make Morning Saturday Mtyia Fnncy Colored Sliirtri soft nud Negligee Sept wheat QKn with nud wjthout collars Iaundrled w6rtli f0e itatoncc The first issue will ap Â¬ Sept corn puts 33tfcaUs 35 pear to morrow evening- It was Scrivou8 Elustie Drnwors sold at Sl00 Our ggc m New YotfcStnckniuil Cotton a Price the original intention of the pub- Â¬ Opg Higt Closing GUildreua Slioe3 and slippers sold at 100 Our lisher to make The DailyKen intense excitement mat span G 55W 6 55 50c Aug Cotton 0 50 Price but isli Vessels Had Been Sighted evening- paper i tuckian an Am Tob 1 13tf L 13 jf 112 Childrona Shoes nud Slippers sold at 5125 Our RC morning- field from the fact that the OOU Pnco Chicago Gas 1 03 tf X 03tf 1 01 w had no competition it wnsfdccided to 1 07 Id7 106 Childreue Shoos anu Slippers sold at SljfjO Our Q CB Â¬ try a morning- paper asan experi75c x rice Newport News Va June 11 A L 54 N i 52 v iment The task was difficultone Lndiea SIB0 Kid Sboes luco and button all toes 1 05 tfo5 lt04 but the paper was a success from dispatch received from Fort Monroe Manhattan 1 42 99c nuu sizes uur ineo 1 42 Sugar 140 the start and soot had a large early this morning says LillyBrackott Cos 5 00 Mens Shoes Our O CO 25 4 24 254 Intense excitement was caused Coal Iron bona fide circulation and the first 73 Calls 7o6on Sep Wheat Our Lending Braudaof 8 00 Shoos all styles months businessfcihowed a balance at Fort Monroe last night shortly Puts p OC Chicago Kccelpls jrlny on the right side of the ledger 1 9 oclock by a dispatch re Wheat after i 36 Cars j This months business bids fair to ceived from the signal station at Corn 664 Cars month and we double that oflast A192 Cars n our childrens CLOTHING we have made tlie feel that thepatronage it is receiv- Â¬ Cape Henry stating that Spanish Oats IXInmttd itocclptHToimorrbiT peo- Â¬ warships same extra BAROAINS Our 450 600 and 600 were lurking in that ing is a fair indication that the i 32000 rj lines at d 00r Our Sft KH ml A nt i U o nn tita lJ ple want The Daily Kentuckian vicinity A short while later a Hogs T P ifnii Ttmnl i Ur U i i llink3titemoiit s J uneapescsu you- in mVAnnnfinn and as long as there is a demand message was received from Wash- Â¬ ever bought call it UWb1uuu Ti on always Reserve Inc 1591400 in T- once as ii will meet the de- Â¬ for thepaper it v this sacrifice cannot hold L ington instructing the commandant Loans Inc 9144200 From present prospects mand Specie Inc 3680200 The Daily Kentuckian will be of the fort to be on the alert of Lejrals Inc Reports as to the number it v 1008000 published indefinitely or at least X endurin of the war and with the ships conflict A Lieutenant who Deposits Inc 1417120 J- sUK v 11400 idea of nermanencv naturally re was seen after midnight said he Circulation Dec for a day had been informed that a Spanish turns the preference Hoff niiirkottV paper We have found it impossi battleship two crusfiers and a tor- Â¬ Hogs To morrow Vr32000 ble to get telegraphic news direct Light iy00 at night and have been forced to pedo boat had been caught under Mixed X A 405 nave Our reports repeated by tele the searchlight of Cape Henry Heavy trtr 410 rk We steaming from a northerly direc- Â¬ from all night offices phone Hopkinsville Produce Tlarket have also found it very difficult to tion mail the paper and have had to do As soon as it was reported that Cash prices pnid by Hopkinsyillo merchants a Teat deal of troublesome work at 4 the enemys warships had been Bacon y unseasonable hours to get the activity at off at all on some routes sighted there was great papers Hams country be- Shoulders i jLTJiese obstacles all disappear when the fort The big searchlight hffialc V hf r wi the paper ceases to come out in the iron iIU ounnn WW lin J fOlfl Slrnn1s Sides ci8ic iaVA i 7Ac Lard luuicuvm it in iumii were flashed to the cruiser Minne- Â¬ iAJinornillir satisfactory to run one iorce apolis auxiliary cruiser Dixie and Country Produce Nnjore ithan to keep the office open 22 I3utter a 1620e dynamite cruiser Buffalo which hours a day and operate two dis- Â¬ Eggs 10C Â¬ are anchored off Old Point Quartinct forces of compositors New feathers 8032c We understand that the change ters were sounded and the crews Beeswax 20jj22c makes competition a little closer but hastily prepared the ships for ac- Â¬ Tallow n 8c iMiiwatiiw the Kentuckian will rely for suc- - tion The gunners took position at GiuBeng per lb 2225 jfjt cess upon the superiority of its their posts where they were order- Honey Pp news service both telegraphic and 28jpc Tub washed wool Is invited to inspect my large stock o Spring Diy G opdsV Notions Cloth Â¬ iAi ed to remain during the night The Greased 182oV fY local It will receive telegraphic ing etc before making their purchases Everything hew and ships searchlights were kept play Â¬ V4 reports of fresh legitimate and re- Burry wool in all 10M ing on the waters liable news from all over the world departments Poultry M In the fort ammunition was hur- Â¬ It will continue to cover the entire Y 5 chickens live per lb local news field in such a way that ried to the big guns and the troops 91 Eoostsrs Ready-To-We- ar f it can afford to stand upon its ordered to their posts Some of the Turkeys per lb 6 merits 1M Ducks officers were with their families at The change will be made on Mon- Â¬ Grain j dis- Â¬ ffhey are bandies made by the best tailors and from THE BEST CLOTH day in order to let subscribers gain the hotels and buglers were Clover per bushel 3 patched for them The men scur- Â¬ rather than lose a papqr and after Oats homo grown per bu 358 to day there will be no paper is Â¬ ried out of their hotels half dressed Corn 35c IN SHD1 sued on Sunday to the fort In the and hastened Wheat Vfi camp of the Maryland troops orders Live stock f rumors are again circulat- Â¬ Peace GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU Hogs were given for the men to sleep in 3G0 ing all over Europe Who has Sheep S2B0850 heard of any serious breach of the clothes with their guns close by Cattle S2B04 REMEMBER THE PLACE A dispatch came from Washing- Â¬ peace up to the present time Next Door to Hardwicks Calves 5350 l ton stating that one of the vessels Postmaster General Smith an- Â¬ seen was probably a German Hides and Furs Green hides R P TDRNEY nounces that there is to be no 6g7e The Present Crisis SAM BOYD freighter had a tendency to allay Green Baited hidos interference with the United States 8c 10l2c mails by the news censors in the excitement among the guest at Dry flint Florida Their operations must the hotels but the officers did not Vegetables be confined to the wires relax their vigilance New potatoes per bushel 75o SUBSCRIPTION KATBS losing D5 M The immense stock of clothing shoes and furnishing goods is fast disapnparing the Mammoth Clothing Shoe Oos store Yoib vve have some elegant goods vtp sacrificie Hero are a few things i hat are attracting at tenti6n Bargains tlifitafS 4 t leaving our house over v ofay nf 7 Jm j LAST ROUND rAl6u - 84 - 0yj - I k - - - -- 1 4 - Clothmff -- - if3jl Mf jj v -- yf - VIAMMOT- H- OO -- LOTHIFG SHOE Tremendous Sacrifiqe O IN NEW GOODS 8llc - WV - JO VETZ S STORE The Great Hopkinsville Mecca iPor Econotnical Rtivers up-to-date THE PUBLIC SEE Our J6a Softs -- S Bwe have ihe Jest - All the Latest Stvles r THE-POST-DISPATC- CERULEAN B0YD George Dewey Jr at 65 a month has offer of a leading S5000 a year to sign articles written for who is a clerk declined the newspaper of his name to him by a re- Â¬ porter V r fe n 2d i lio moat bnllmutly written mow THE POST DISPATCH profusely illustrated nnd most iu Gen Merritt made a speech at a 15 cents a woek sovtm days if do tousely popular book on the banquet given in his honor in San of war with Spain Nearly subject jivored by agent 60 cents a month Mr siHlt lt is now proposed to stop the Francisco in which he took this if sent by mail zuu auperD umsiraiions army of Gen Shatter 26000 men strong ground In favor of holding Sulphur and Chalyboato Water in Abuudance Six trains daily nud poised in mid ocean between a the Philippines I believe in the from nhotocrrnnha taken enpninllv fnr Reduced Rates First Class Itnliafi Band Employed for tho season steaming sea and a burning sky new national policy of the United yrnffronnVOrk- ABlt8nro niftkiug until a licet of sixteen battleships States which looks to the acquisi- Â¬ Zbu to 5100 a woek sellinif it A vory AVn merely nqinlualnrlco tlio Now York K1 r l is Rates- can be organized to light off the lit- Â¬ tion of additional territory repre- Â¬ ikuiu uiiujii iur iivo eauvasaorsj ijedKorlamnklntfojioof Hi0 most remfirkublo Lftmora offers or tliOBeason Tliey arosendlni Apply for tle gunboats that were too small to sented in outlying islands that are ritory at dftscriptiou terms and terf out an juimonfloiiumborof camorasto all irts onco to of tlio United States It la lu ronllty but bottle up No wonder Spain denies requisite for the development of H D Thompson Publishing Co that she is going to sue for peace national strength and growth St Louie Mo or Now York City for tlio Cnmerawlth oomploto outfit for plioi rnoritiKToitBor toirruiihliiK and dttveloplim Send ta day for Another brilliant piece pf man Â¬ Kentucky will huve four annual fullpartlcularHregardliiB tills remarl ftlife of for asltlsoxtremely limited The Camera U agement has come to light The Methodist conferences this year as tliorouKljlyhlKliKrudoandflMloJaga lu every George Washington Lynched respect iled with nil inmjorn lmprovtiments monitor Monterey and convoy Uru follows Bishop Hargrove will hold tus started fo cross the Pacific the West Virginia conference at Houston Texas June 10 A and Is jjuaranteed us represented Address GlRrkavyfist CAMERA DEPAniMENT pecan with so little coal that they Catlettsburg September 7 Bpshop special to the Post from Womar had to put into San Diego to get a Granbufy will hold Kentucky con- Â¬ says Constable Lee Wall was THE NEW YORK LEDGER We Sojicit the All Wlio Have Tobacco To Sell 4 KP0E BUUDlNO f V OITV iiew supply when they were suppos Â¬ ference at Fleniingsburg Sep killed last evening by George AVaih i r unr mmv ed to be half way to Honolulu It tembcr 14 Louisville conference at ington a negro who tried to make AvrefliB ooo a t siiimiortt -- fMBS fcliouldsendatonwlor appolwlpre is to be hoped they tookon enough Louisville September 21 Bishop hta escape but waa captured XI HJ JUucd WtUoios JUi Air V time to carry them out of sight Hendrix will lipid Memphis con was catight and hanged to an els rrinMiuiirAaset tMeiH1M tonnd blHL8 this RLJiSLltf Q of land tsrence at Padtlcah November 9 triaJight jjoI by 51 pppl Mcf Vork LeduerikUrar Hial4tnJwVork vH little Spanish gunboats dodging about in waters patroled by upwards of fifty American war Â¬ ships were sufficient to scare Our entire army of invasion back to Key West and Tampa in the opinion of that wonderful War Board at Washington Bah A few The telegraphic news service of the Kentuckian hereafter will be the very best to be had It will not be made up of fakes and sensa- Â¬ tions but will be fresh reliable re- Â¬ ports from all the news centers of the world There will be no oc- Â¬ casion for its readers to take any afternoon paper to keep fully posted about what is going on The regular edition will be issued at 430 oclock and subsequent edi tions as the news may demand out-of-to- Cabbage per head 5l0o AGENTS WANTED In Kvery County to Supply the Great I opular Deiiinnd for AMERICAS WAR Is tlie Only St Louis Paper - FOR HUMMITfS Told lu Picture SENATOR JOHN G OF KANSAS And Story INGALLS Compiled and Written by With ItB Own Staff Correspondents at all Pointsof Interest At Havana Mr Sylvester Scovol At Madrid J Mr A E Houghton V At Washington Mr Stephen Bonsai At Now York Mr Morton Wntkius- PRINGSi TRIGG COUNTY KYTURNEY Proprietors - - W A M v V - - This famous health and pleasure resort the oldest in Western Kentucky the Ohio Valllloy branch of the Illinois Oontrnl Railroad 16 miles from Hopkiusvillo and U miles from rrincelou r sss is Bitiiated on - THE NEWS OF THE DAT IN NOW OPEN Write For Hotel Accommodations Unsurpassed i Fifty Cerats KENDRICK -- RUNYON G entralTobaccoyVarehouse Tnnase PatronujK Qasli r RnS Made i on Conrff tm - Uliit urfZSm V dD3iMa3m ilMiir jc o V o v J tov xv SPANISH ATROCITIES Have Divided kiJMtbltants of Cuba Info THE PRESS CENSOR BREVITIES OP FUN vTwo first assumed renlly burdensomo pro- Â¬ portions with the establishment of a This led tobacco monopoly in 171 to tho first serious uprisings of tho cplonisls a fororunnor of tho suc cessivo rebellions that wore to mark PWlei and Hostile Parties He Suppresses All Nows Not Agrco The Spanish policy of extortion able to tho Government tho subsequent history of Spnnish Several of control of the island uprisings occurred during tho these first quarter of tho nineteenth cen Â¬ tury and by that timo according to Louis Edward Levy editor of Itai roundo Cabreras Cuba nnd tho Cu- Â¬ bans tho peoplo of the island had be- Â¬ come divided into two distinct and hostile parties tho Cuban and Span Â¬ ish Needless to say this division has continued ever since and tho lines of cleavage become moro and moro sharply drawn In the desperate and bloody rebellion of 18G8 78 tho long up wrath of tho colonists broke orth with such fury that Spanish sovereignty very narrowly escaped complete overthrow and was main Â¬ tained only at enormous cost That rebellion cost Spain moro than 300 000000 in cash besides some 8000 officers and 200000 private soldiers It was a war Characterized by inde Â¬ scribable cruelties among which the Havana theater massacre of May 1810 and tho execution of the eight boy students of Havana who defaced a Spanish tomb stand out as lasting monuments to the capabilities of the Spanish character Tho existence of tho samo villainous spirit to day is shown in tho extraordinary precau- Â¬ tions that have been necessary to guard American diplomats and citi- Â¬ zens from mob fury both in Madrid and Havana Guntons Magazine ASCERTAINING AIR PRESSURE i In tho Prison Warden A re Â¬ porter wants to sed you What shall Convict Toll him I am I say not at home Fliogcndo Blatter Does Aiift Iiural Trepidation AatolpliH W Greolcy Clilcf Rebecca take any Clou interest in tlio Signal Officer oMhe Army In at tlio war Yes she says she hopes tlio Until of Tli In Nen Kunif led guns wont bo near enough to disturb SHlufcslnn llurcMiii her setting hens Chicago Record Professor1 IIow would you punc vxat The trail of tbc press censor is now Never did remorse- tuato this scntonce Miss Blake over everything less editor with deadly blue pencil a pretty girl of 18 walked down Re slnughter beiuittful copy ns docs gont street Student I should Uncle Sams censors who are editors in mako a dash after Miss Blake St mmmmmmmzzwmtmm To the Driving Public The assortment of vehicles which we nqw have on hand is the results of careful study of the wants of the people of this section We Jiave the elevated gear for country driving1 and the low hung I carriage for city use LbhbB its its its its its Â¬ Made to Determine Experiment Power of Resistance Its is p Many attempts have been made to estimate tho exact pressure of the air against the front end of a standard passenger engine when running GO miles an hour and while all engineers and mechanics admit that it is tre- Â¬ mendous but few of them have been willing to submit figures One me- Â¬ chanic of aToad west of Chicago took a small hoopandfastenedastrongsheet of paper inside of it which was even Â¬ ly stretched ne placed tho hoop over the mouth of a pipe connected with an air compressing engine ad- Â¬ justed to a gauge to show the pressure when tho paper burst He next took this hoop with the samo kind of paper ana iastenea it m irons oi one oi tno locomotives used in hauling the fast trains At a speed of 58 miles an hour the air pressure burst the paper The pressure from tho engine in the first test made in the shops showed that tho paper which was 11 inches in di- Â¬ ameter had stood a strain of 28 pounds This experiment gave a basis for calculating tho pressure against tho 68 inch diameter of the boiler front against the sides of the cab tho front of the stack dome headlight and other exposed parts and it proved that even on an engine alono the air resistance amounts to considerable and is increased on a ratio corresponding with the increase of speed With a train of eight cars most of them open at the ends and built so as to accumulate air pres- Â¬ sure against the trucks roof and side ventilators tho atmospheric resist- anco is sufficient to limit the speed of tho tram oven when hauled by tho fastest and most powerful locomo- Â¬ n tives Pittsburgh Post is impossible to get all tem was upset Chicago News the newspapers to agree on matter for Anxious Old Lady I Eay my publication the government has taken affair in its own hands and the good man is this boat going up or the Well SUrly Deckhand newspapers get only what the govern Â¬ down shes a leaky old tub mum so ment permits them to get Gen Adolphus W Qreely is the head shouldnt wonder if she was goin censor Under him are numerous army down then again her bilers and navy officers who to the corre- nono too good so she might go up spondents know nothing nnd who read Answers f9 every line of news that goes out from His ITands Full Elder Ilclloft important points Key West New York young man why havent you gono id and Tampa are under the censorship and of course so is Washington The the front like the rest of cni Well you telegraph is in control of the govern- Â¬ Younger hesitatingly ment No information is allowed to see my wifes mother is staying with pass press or no press that is consid- Â¬ us now and Elder Pardon ered at all useful to the enemy Not my boy Ypull have your fill of fight- Â¬ only do the censors cut out parts of see Illustrated American dispatches or throw the dispatches ing I At a reception in Washington ex away wholly but they sometimes in Â¬ ject misinformation bodily into mes- Secretary William M Evar s was once sages that are passed These cooked drawn into a discussion between ttvo up telegrams are stmt to the newspa ladies Mr Evarts said one do pers with the correspondents signa- you not think I am right in saying tures and the editors receiving them that woman is always the best judge enemy As tho true nnd root meaning of the word Newspapers which for 35 years have not known what it means to be Inter fered with ara now having n luminous object lesson taught them dnd for once the special correspondent realizes how smal the individual can feel when thrown against the mass of the nation This so called censorship says the Chicago Tlmes IIernld shows what truly sovereign power nienns And the best of it is that the peoplo indorse the government fully They may miss a little of their dally information but they are perfectly willing to do without it rather than share it equally with the Â¬ Pauls Signs of Greatness Wo tliihlcf our littlo Dick is going to bo a greaT genius Why Often when wo start him off to school ho sits down on a curbstono in th6 next square and totally forgets to go Cincinnati Commercial Tribune its its it I understand that Bindlo is going to apply for a pension Upon what groundsel would like to know Ho never fought for his country No but ho came1 over on tlio Paris and his nervous sys- Another Patriot ft its M W yi its its its s p its ainf Â¬ its lis W its its its W Â¬ Â¬ We have the handsome cut under surreys for short turning the plainjump seat the single seated phaeton and the knock about cart We have some very stylish traps with adjustable seats and single buggies by the car load In these we have end side or coil sr rings bracket front or piano bed Comfortable common sense buggies with wide scats and H M T buggies for the courting youths of this vicinity with rubber tires if you want them that way its its W of another womans character Madam replied Mr Evarts she is not only the best judge but also tho best executioner San Francisco Argonaut OTTO OF BAVARIA Pathatic Story of tho Insane Monarch and His First Love n GEN A W GREELY Chief Signal Ofllcer United States Army do not know what Is the censors and what is the correspondents work Dis patches are received and paid for by the newspapers1 as news and published as news The correspondent doesnt know what his paper gets nnd the news- Â¬ Â¬ HIS POOR TASTE But It Happened to Bo Ink Instead of Whisky He Was Drinking 9 tor late hour a few evenings ago said an insurance man and when I started downstairs I had a largo bottle of ink in my hand to carry homo On the lower stairs I encountered a suspicious-looking chap who said See here partner I want enough to get a nights lodging 1 havo no money 1 replied Then give me a drink I handed out tho bottle and ho seized it carried it to his lips and took a long pull When through ho jiuuulu ii duck witn tno remark You may bo a blamed good judgo of cigars colonel butlllbohangcSif I admire vour taste on whiskvl Ho swallawcd that writiner fluM just as yqu would swallow beer and though he didnt exactly liko tho taste ho wont off smacking his lips I looked in the papers this morning for ft found dead but not a caso was re Â¬ ported It may havo improved his stateof health Los Angeles Her Â¬ ald f 0bJwtioji9 All Removed I was at my office at an unusually VMWw T dont want any wur causo m too old Lm VmlJ S the father Well iA Iyi 12 Pa tot aid reCOnt fd Wll T brother FrtkyoW m the father thi other Charles theyll taka TV wont take Then - paper doesnt know what the corre- Â¬ spondent sends Uncle Sam is the only responsible party in the matter and tho humor of the situation is found in the further fact that in this regard Uncle Sam is a totally irresponsible party if there ever was one These efforts of the authorities to mislead tho wily Spaniard or at least to give him no information about the plans of this country arc being aided and abetted by patriotic newspapers and correspond ents The latter sends along every item tht leaks out but as all these items are scrupulously vised by the censor it may be taken for granted that what thus percolates to tho public is not considered very im Â¬ portant information At Key West and Tampa the censor ship over telegrams is especially rigid Tho officer in charge of the telegraph offico at Tampa is Lieut Miley an aide of Gen Shaf ter and all dispatches must bo given to him Correspondents who are caught smuggling news will be packed off home if not otherwise pun- Â¬ ished and for the first time in their lives young men representing great daily newspapers find a strong wall be Â¬ tween themselves and their managing editors at home The censorship is particularly hard on the correspondents of the big London dailies who have been acting unwittingly as couriers for tho government at Madrid They vero delighted with the freedom of the American news system in the early days of tho campaign but now their mes sages are turned inside out pruned changed nnd labored with when not Cor Â¬ thrown nwny in their entirety respondents in Tampa arc forbidden to send out the movements of officers and the arrivals of volunteer troops and It may bo that tho American army will be on Cubnn soil before the American pub Â¬ lic learns tho fact Gen Greely who is the bogy man of the correspondents and the censor-in-chlof the news dispatches has been In the army since tho beginning of tho civil war At that time ho enlisted as a prl vuto and had risen to the rank of cap Â¬ tain before 1805 At the close of the war ho was transferred to the regular army and in 1808 he entered the signal service His fame was made In tho celebrated Greely expedition to the arctics Tho story of that expedition is part of tho worlds hlstoryrGcn Greely has b6en honored by foreign scientific societies in Europe and his works are translated Into ftiauy languages Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ef The following romarkablo story is related about the unhappy King Otto of Bavaria This last week he ato almost nothing for some days al- Â¬ though his appetite is usually unnat Â¬ urally good He sobbed wailed and screamed uninterruptedly for hours and even became at times dangerous One morning however his physician and a keeper cautiously pushed nMh the heavy brocade curtain which di- Â¬ vides their bedroom from that of the poor monarch and found him with tears running down his cheeks gaz ing into a little silver case which the had often seen in a drawer the kr to which King Otto wore on a fine steel chain round his neck As soon as tho king perceived that ho was watched ho turned round anl smiled so happily and naturally that tho doctor surprised stepped nearer Wearing tho same joyful expression the king cried out to him Counter L has passed a better night Sh is now out of danger lie then carefully locked up the little silver bo which contained nothing but a few dried strawberries and spent a ven quiet day Ho also enjoyed his din ner again This is tho other part of the ston In 1867 there was a merry picnic in a wood Among tho guests was tin lovely Countess L with whom tho young princo fell madly in lovo at first sight He sat next to her at lunch paid her the greatest attention and then disap peared with her into the wood A the young people did not return ami it was getting late the mother of tin countess becamo anxious and sent monservants out in all direction Tho culprits were found with their hats full of strawberries which the Tho next mo wero merrjly eating ment they wero separated forever Prince Otto wont with tho king to Munich and tho youthful counter was sent to tho convent of Miseri corde where ho has remained up to During the few clay this day throughout which the king had shown such unfavorable symptoms tho girl whom ho had lovljd in his youth was really lying dangerously ill in her cell Somehow or other how is not stated thp incurably insane monarch had become awarq of the fact Berlin Cor London News Â¬ Â¬ ki Among the high grade buggies we sell are Delkers Troys and Woodhlllls We handle a number of cheap buggies Ames Enger Parry and Haydock Buy Your buggies from us and WE will Be here to make our guarantee good w FORBES MUSI if v Â¬ gLs MgL uL iiSiiSi5ii m jtim Mzti Shk Al iK 15h All The Mews GRAYSON PR1RIGS KgL mnms -r- ffH-WK UfiL M iTK Sir HgL f w WOIiTH READING WILL BE FOUND Local gtate and National in THE KENTUCKlfcN AND -- Â¬ TnE HOTELB RESORT Cincinnati Wee k ly Hirer Rate This fuinuuH Kentucky SUMMER is now open for guests under Wo havo arranged a Clubbing oy wmca wo can give NEW MANAGEMENT Â¬ Both Papers One Year for 225 A practical hotel man has beeu selected to direct nunirs Special at tention given to the cuisine Many improvements have been miulo in tho Regular price for Both is 300 hotel nnd sunoundings Hotel rates reasonable A pleaBiuit timo in stoio A splendid band of miiBio in Wo save you generous part of this for you Rooms bright and well ventilated attendance Bum Send or bring your cbbIi with order to tho Cheap Rates Over I C Railroad Opening Bali June 17 v HoplcIusvilleKy vl N ADDRESS TIME TABLE TRAINS BOUTII Similar Treatment Ac 615 a m No U00 a m No 03Faat LinoNo 51 Fast Mail 518 pm 1116 pm No 91 NO Limited - Mrs Shadyside loves ficr husband re Â¬ No 92 and hor bicycle equally iwoll marked Miss Murray Hill to Miss No 52 Beech wood fWhat do you meani TUAINS NOHTII - No 56 No 46 1018am StLuiExmail 825 HopluuBvillo Ao Faat Lino Chicago Limited 936 a m 55s 948 p m Will have a few Uioicc summer patleim on display 1 pm LEADER WEDNESDAY MAY u 1 She treats them just alike ITow so - She blows them bothW--Pittburgh GhrAnicla Tclogrnph s avirwH mteK101 VT Utidue Familiarity Postal PftellUleH Tettersdropped into a box in Pftrls What maSo tho butler scowl at ell are ddlvefniPliiiltn itW an Lour 95 ypu bo Chumploy and r half rtwdjojuetlmtt within Cervera iflMrVcntcht reconcenMttntitoi fJChey nW whisked iluuh I mistook him for a guest and htj frado iQ daj ri0flwr tab by Free Jrcs8 resented pfamatif power - Too RUrontHH North bound St Louis and Ghlcnco Fast trolno have lirougk trnlna solid and sleeper to JhloaKO and St Louts Fast Lino Btops out vat Important statloni and croMtugs lia through lullnian Bleep era to Atlanta Oa J MAiUMsAuenj NonhvUle Accommodation does not run on Sunday 4T T Sec them before buying - iUV--Dpt- roit MME FLEURETTE LEVY1 i - JMllfrIWM Q mmi n FROM THE FAR SOUTH Mr PERSONAL i 7 10351 P it - HK 4 IUM - ji - ifctf a HERE AND THERE ISVTO JWk r Twyman Talks Entertain ing of His Travels Â¬ Visit to Fitzgerald Town the Colony of dcorgin 1 I I 1 I A k Â¬ Mr John A Twytnny who re turned Friday from the South has Jecn absent incc the 27th day of A irrealer portion of December this time he spent at Lake City Florida The latter part of Mr passed with t Twymans stay was liis son Dr John H Twyman who Wi8 now practicing- dentistry at FitzO gerald Georgia Dr Twyman was born reared and educated in this city and has r 3rmany irienus uiv H tin will lpnrn with pleasure that he is prospering He moved to iri his new home Fitzgerald from Lake City about one year ago and is delighted with his present location Mr Twyman relates many inter Â¬ esting facts concerning the town 5f Fitzgerald It is known as the Four years ago its colony town i present site was a part of a great ki K 1 i- V v 1UI UOlt lAtnf - tt i railroads numerous people churches and schools and a pros- Â¬ progressive population perous Fitzgerald was settled principally by old Federal soldiers from the north the vast majority of whom Many Southern are pensioners people joined with them and worked Their with them in harmony common and no senti- interests are ment of discord or hint of sectional- Ifism ever disturbs the tenor of their way A proot ot tneir ioyauy u a4 common ilasr is found in the fact pvthat the city sent two companies jtwith the Georgia volunteers All of the streets in one direction are I named for the great generals ot the tfM confederacy and those running at bright angles for the leaders of the k bunion side v Gardner formerly a ixj ivir Hopkinsvillie is now a ikcP7Qn i resident of Fitzgerald where he has invested largely in real estate He is conducting a hotel and a prosper- Â¬ ous mercantile establishment Mr Twyman saw much of the hurry and bustle and excitement incident to these troublous times He says of war while in Florida forcibly reminded of that he was the stirring days of 61 5 He con- Â¬ templates a return trip to Fitzger- Â¬ ald and Lake City this fall V iff The Latest Improved Soda Water twq s it IT- - tlMir HUH tII lC ifcJ 11 IT Ifvm xuAII S I - II 1 I 111 v 1 j V Apparatus Is now in operation at Candy Kitchen I am prepared to serve the following drinks Ice Cream Soda Plain Soda Lemonade Milk Shake Sweet Apple Cider Orange Cider Ginger Ale and Pop on Ice Ice Cream sold by the pint quart gallon or any way you want it Fruits Sweet Oranges Bananas Lemons Shelled and Apples Roasted Peanuts Home Made Can Â¬ dies Fancy Cream Chocolate Caramels Peanut Candy Taffy French Chewing Taffy Cocoanut Ofiicers Dawson and May returned Mr D G Wiley te at Dawson Services iln Nearly AH Of the yesterday afternoon from Hopkins Â¬ Springs ville where they went with a luna v City Churches t Visiting tic mluirgq to put him jn the Hop D Rev J r i1l That Brings Down fricnd in Princcton Prof J C IjAV VH Principal Of MnsyilTd asylum -- OVe n boro Messenger r Mrf Eugene Gravei of Trenton the Siie Bennett Memorial SchSbl AiThe Business radLondon ly frill fhdiver wa in the city yesterday Stopirtyvngon ana- try my Hot droRH at the Methodist church t his Rolls ancl Jream Bread or leave Claude WadlihgtOn of Gracey morning at 11 oclock Regfilar Best Goods Fairest Pricesfe ypur order at store and have them was in the city yesterday by the pastor Rev w K delivered services J L Miller Frpm any shelf counter or v at IT Pritchctt of Madison- - Piner to night t TheCream Bread Baker Ville is a guest at the Phoenix tabic in the store we can con Â¬ At the First Presbyterian church A large timber wolf measuring Miss Elsie Hale of Madisonville to day the morning servjce will be G feet frofri vince you of this tip to tip was killed two if visiting Mrs Frank Pepper devoted to childrens day exercises miles frOmLamasco on the 28th ul- Â¬ Mrs James Stamps of Fairview Rev S N Vail will preach at timo aays the Telephone His Here Ate a Few Examples was shopping in the city yesterday night MtU WWW long indi Â¬ fangs yhieh were very W III Editor L J Oldham of the Tren Usual services at the Ninth St cated old age Mr Geo Adams a yard alt wool fancy dress goods ton Democrat was in town Satur- Presbyterian church morning and who reports the information says that the pest was shot and killed day night by Rev W L Nourse while devouring a sheep which a yard for a line of splendid new novelties stylish rnnf J S Fritz and wife of M B DeWitt patorof the evidently had been borne down but Dr and good TTnirvicw J socnt vestcrdav in the si Cumberland Presbyterianchurch a short time by the wolf city Ladies jersey ribbed vests lowiieck nosleevcsr J will iill his pulpit this morning and The Hopkinsville Kid team went Mr and Mrs John Y Owsley of again to night down to Cadiz Saturday to play tlie Beverly visited in the city yester Lales fnc bleached lisle vests faced neck and arms The X Rev C H Nash willprjeach at Cadiz team va return game day Baptist church asusualKiriorn- - Cadiz team about which the Tele- Â¬ Mr and Mrs J D Morris have the Mens fine seamless socks fast black and mixtures soft phone of last week boasted so loudly A tfifis taken board at Mrs W R How ing and evening quality fine guage was beaten by a score of 30 to 12 MkiM-V ells Eld H D Smith AvilHholcLVthe The boys returned last night twjfw Meus handsome madras laundered negligee shirts of Roaring regular morning anueyening irser naturally feeling very much elated Miss Mary Hillc Springs spent yesterday with rela vice at the Christian church over their victory Ladies 40 gauge fast black seamless hose Equal to tives in the city 25c goods elsewhere Jhe Baptist General Association I aHlPQ 1 oa havnt made ar- Misses Florence Rives and Belle this week will be the religipiisevent Childrens fine fast black and tan hose double knee day Henry of Casky were shopping in of The delegates are the month Equal to 25c goods elsewhere Ice Cream Tel 88 the city yesterday expected to number at least four Try Our Galiireatii ENins Mr W J Dickinson oneof Tren hundred and the body wilLbe in All linen towels good size excellent quality tons big grain buyers was in the session from Saturday until the Luther Drake a young colored man was arrested at the L N city yesterday looking after business middle of next week a yard Simpsons black andrwhite fancy satincs and in- depot yesterday while trying to interests digo blue prints H311 of Montgom Â¬ jump on a moving train His trial Mrs Gus T Brannonwill to day Rev Milton Extra value saline strip corsets 2 side steels per will preach at fth JJtaptist will come up before Judge Teavell A A go to her old home in Hopkinsville ery feet fitting church in Dawson to tlayand toÂ¬ Monday for a visit until August 1 Owens splendid amoskeag A F C fine dress ginghams in new night CI boro Messenger The marriage of Circuit Clerk and handsome effects To day is Children s DayJ at Lewis A Berry and Miss Fanny Mrs Mary C Bennett and her sister Miss Crumbaugh who has the Universalist churchn ap- Â¬ Bramhamof Hopkinsville will take been attending schoolat Oxford propriate and interesting service place at the home of the bride on m Ohio are visiting Mrs W R will be given at 11 a m Sunday Thursday June 30 says the Ver- Â¬ school at 930 a m No preaching sailles Sun It will be a quiet home Howell cordially invited wedding and the only attendants E B Lindsay a popular travel- Â¬ service All arc m will be Miss Lida Belle Donaldson V ing salesman from Louisville is WRECKERS OF HIGH PRICES of Hopkinsville maid of honor and FIRE ON BAIQUIRI interviewing his customers and Mr Robert L Stout of this place shaking hands with his Hopkins- Â¬ as grooms best man The Tyoung ville friends Americans Ships Bombard ithe couple will leave for Versailles Miss Minnie Armistead left yes- Â¬ Place According to Span r soon after- - the ceremony Miss afternoon to visit Miss Lil- Â¬ A latlrtn terday is a rteice of Mrs G B Bramham tan rxuvibs lian Hollingsworth who Avill enter- Â¬ 11- - SeveralAmer- - Crenshaw and graduated from Rose tain a number of her friends Havana June Hill Seminary She is handsome at a house party in ican warships yesterday bombarded- and has a lovely disposition Mr off AguaAmong the guests Baiquiri some distance Princeton dores and near the railway lineMo Berry js one of the most popular PER YEAR will be Miss Armistead Miss Grace He ue vuuu uiutiui uuvices young men in this community Hughes of Glasgow Miss Jimmie oantuufo borii- - is amost excellent Circuit Clerk Lester Princeton and Miss Ethel from Santiago say that the rf and a clever whole souled gentle bardment caused no damage Wilson Mayfield Baiquiri is a mining locality ajidj man Rev Chas L Nourse has been some of the mines arc under controls in chosen pastor of the Presbyterian At the palace it is donied that Wtiftw It Hot e are going to quit church at Princeton for the ensu there has been any bombardmentfofj ing year Mr Nourse is very pop the Santiago fortifications to day Then why not get a Gas Ranoe ular with his congregation and is fand keep the heat out of the house profit Making fast rising to eminence in the min- Â¬ Third Regiment Goes Dry fm It is more economical than coal or istry Col Thomas J Smith now fat yood absolutely free from danger Notice to the Public Chickamauga has answered the of explosion can be purchased at wagon prices with 30 days trial Dont be uneasy for my petition sent him from here with the jobbers will be well supplied with bread and 30 feet of service pipe free from and rolls both morning and even- Â¬ following letter to one of the petKj the Hopkinsville Gas and Light fB Company Howe building Main ing and will go the entire route in tioners and exactly one month earlier than usual we inaugurate plenty of time for supper Your communication of a day or street Open from 7 to 9 in the J L Miller Ask for Mr Patton our Grand Clearance Sale of seasonable goods two since enclosing a petition re- - evening This The Cream Bread Baker questing the non establishment ofa Manager sale will commence wet canteen received 1 have made Stole a Mammock up my mind several days ago not When Judge Cansler went out on to establish a beer saloon in my I his rear porch Friday night to take regiment Tuos J Smith a nap in his hammock he found that Col Com 3d Ky Jnf U S V For Infants and Children some one had appropriated that ar- Â¬ Call and see our handsome suits The Kind You Have Always Bought and will close Saturday June 18 thus giving you ticle and disappeared with it an op Â¬ at bottom priced Judge Cansler says that he will be of furniture portunity to buy your spring goods at greatly reduced grateful for the hammocks return Keach Cos Ninth street near Lt Signature of N depot prices Each day during this sale will bring forth many and will promise not to assess a fine against the culprit Ammunition Vls - 1 - II 11 HlllllllllHIIlT m AQr TtOu 25c l 00 Ir JLJj 5 n Ov 4toO -- LOO i 0 - CO -- Tlie Daily Kentuckian 400 knf Jj -- DAYS 1 CASTOR A wed MAY 4 igkf 0 fH V Camping On Little River Mastdrs Hugh Wood John Gunn Hugh Nelson and Dudley Long left yesterday morning for Wilsons Mill in Trigg county where they will spend ten days camping Lemon Drops French Can Â¬ Their tents are pitched on the Candy dies Mixed Etc banks of Little river and the young Remember the place where the men are provided with everything weary can rest where the hungry calculated to make camp lile enjoy- Â¬ able They carried an amply sup Â¬ Bkksmn Candy Kitchbn plied larder a skiff guns fishing Ninth Street between 1st Nation- - tackle and other articles essential ill and Post Oflice to the happiness of true sportsmen Now Ready for Boarders Mrs J F Wells beautiful bripk X Mrs John R Kitchens who has residence on West Seventh street bcen very ill for more than a week has been completed and Mrs Wells jfs much improved and her lriends has opened a boarding house for will he glad i to learn that she is the accommodation of the public now out of danger u Her sister First class board furnished by the Mrs Eula Graham of Murray is day week or month Transient in the city attending her in her business also solicited This new Illness building is large airy and cpnvicnt ly located and has all modern im Â¬ Mr George Smith who has been provements including electric quite sick during the past yreok at lights hot and cold baths etc his home on South Virginia Heetjs Fare the best and rates very rea mncb improved and will be out this sonable Parties desiring a pleas week ant place to board would do well to iiiaiissgiiiiiMij The Columbia Chainless CaMi GREAT BARGAINS and those who do not come during this talo wUlmiss an opportunity of a lifetime In addition to the ex Â¬ treme low prices we offer wo have an elegant Jineof FURNITURE consisting of Book Cases Table Screens Booking Chairs Writing Desks Hat Backs and Modifihe Cabi- sjj3 nets These articles are elegant and wiUorn nny T home and are free THE SICK Remember Our Motto w r Is a Grand Success I and tho only clminloes that 1ms givon success nud line proven it eolf ho Wo hnvo thorn on exhibition a well ns a number of Co lumbin innke of chain wheels from 25 75 Wo carry tho host nssortment of Uloyele Suudries Hiul Ro- pairing cf all kinds Wo do nil kiuds of ospert repairing- - all work promptly dono Wo nrehoadniiHrtoro for Gns Givo iisr c11 Yours to iVlore for your money than any other House Vit A to H M Q v r your money back r Yourgtruly 7 t w I una Carblte plw Bicycle Lnmp m Z Richards S3 Grape hajfs for itucktan omce iftlat the Kkk- - riiif 187 or call on Mr Wells for terms and full particulars c--r- E M MOSS tgrgg iiiioii CO Com Din - Hopkinsville iky