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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o EV t r VOL 1 NO 39 HOPKINSVILLE KYf MONDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 13 1898 IN THE NECK PRICE 2 CENTS SIGNED Reed and Hobart Af BULLET IN HIS BACK SHOT Joe White Shot Dead at a Frolic George Hopper Uses a Pop at a Colored Festival At Garrcttsburg n MANILA Reported Capture Not Confirmed Gen Shaffer Once More Albert Hawkins Accused By the Henry Pattin Shot and Perhaps flortaliy Wounded Coroners Jury A Qeneral Fusilade pi jaiuruuy ligiu Joe White col was shot derfd at jhasiong been regarded as a kind a colored festival Saturday night busignal for a reign of crime and i on the Hunt farm near Garrctts- - Iblood shed in the county tOne of the frequent festival fra burg cases that occur once or twice There was a general fusilade sev- ¬ pSmonth in the Southern portions of eral parties engaging in the shoot the county happened Saturday MS ing and the gathering breaking up Sight at a cabin on Henry South- in a general row When the smoke jjalUs place below Pee Dee near the cleared away Joe White a boy 19 county line A large crowd was on ihand and a crap game was in pro- ¬ years old was found writhing on gress between Henry Pattin and the ground with a bullet hole in his George Hopper Pattin won all of Special The War Revenue bill was back He lived about fifteen min- ¬ Hoppers money and Hopper in Washington June 13 WWk1 game the Prom the best evidence order to continue It Is now utes signed to day by Speaker Reed and Vice President Hobart tried to borrow 25 cents from Pat- obtainable the killing was done by ready for the Presidents signature tin This was refused and a row Albert Haskins arose in which Hopper jerked out a Coroner Allensworth went to pistol and shot Pattin in the neck Yet All Garrcttsburg Sunday and held an The bullet was fired at close range inquest Several witnesses were and inflicted a wound believed to be fixed their Names The assembling of thegrand jury Regime Bill Is Ready For the Presidents Signature Sets Sail for Santiago They Are Not Dead Starving Cubans Heard From -- Letters from officers on the Special Toronto Can June 13 British cruiser Talbot say that the common people of Cuba are slowly starving- to death- - Even among the wealthy classes considerable hard- ¬ ships are being endured Blanco is using every natural formation and all other means at his command to make the intrenchments stronger not only at Havana but atother points He is mining all harbors and intrenching and fortify- ¬ ing at all of the important cities - Porto Fie Is Very Nervous - Provisions Extremely Short - Porto Rican papers received SpecialWashington June 13 here state that provisions are very scarce San Juan has barely suff- ¬ Business is entirely suspended icient supplies to last for two months Great fear is felt at San Juan that there is to be another bombardment of the forts and perhaps the city They Dont Go ABegging The New Bonds In Demand Special The New York National City Washington June 13 Co have notified Secre Co and Verm vie Bank the Central Trust tary of the Treasury Gage that they will subscribe for such part of the 200000000 bond issiTc as is not taken by the public as a popular loan They declare that they will take any amount necessary to secure the loan Palnia Asks for Money Uncle Sam Moving too Slowly Special Washington June 13 Estrada Palnia head of the Cuban Junta has issued a proclamation calling upon Cuban sympa ¬ thizes for funds to support the Cubans He says there is a pressing need for something to be done for their immediate relief Hf ft Rumors of Early Sailing Spain Evidently Wants to Fool Us examined the testimony being as here given Nat Pondexter testified that he saw Albert Haskins in the crowd that did the shooting Florence Mills stating that she heard Joe White say that he was shot in the back and that fellow had shot him He lived fifteen or twenty minutes Ed Tandy said he saw Albert Haskins have a pistol about 10 or 11 oclock Blanch Foster testified that she saw Haskins with a pistol Andrew Quarles said he could see the flashes from four pistols Jim White stated that he saw Joe White run in the door and fall exclaiming that he was shot Albert Pettus saw two shots come from the direction of Albert Haskins He also saw him shoot in the direction of the house Spencer Mills taid he was asleep and White waked him up by falling on him and hollering that he was shot Bettie Hering Jerry Pettus and Nannie Davis also swore- that they saw Hawkins with a pistol The jury hfter deliberation returned the following verdict We the jury summoned by Cor- ¬ oner Alensworth to look into the cause of the death of Joe White killed June 12 1898 at 2 a m near Garrettsburg on the Hunt tarm find from the evidence that he came to his death from a pistol shot wound in the back below the left shoulder blade fired by the hands ol Albert Haskins S E Lloyd ¬ ¬ - Washington June 13 Special Secretary Day said this morning nothing had been received from Hay to the effect that Manila had that surrendered At the Navy Department it was also stated that no report of the surrender had been received from Admiral Dewey A London dispatch also says that the authorities at the American Embassy deny that Ambassador Hay has sent any message to Washington that Hong Kong advices have reported the surrender of Manila The report seems necessarily fatal Pattin was alive to entirely unfounded so far as now known yesterday but had been speechless and unconscious since the shoot-¬ for Cuba ing He is almost certain to die Another Hopper made his escape the same When night and is still at large Gen Shaffer Key West last seen he was going across R S Lindsays field Sunday morning Washington June 13 Special It is believed here this morning Heis believed to be in hiding some- ¬ where in the neighborhood awaiting that 17000 troops under Gen Sh after left Key West last night for San- ¬ tiago the result of Pattin s wound Both are young unmarried men farm hands in the Pec Dee neigh- ¬ A Double Invasion aTO Start Passes borhood The shooting of course brought the festh al to an abrupt end IN CIRCUIT COURT Starts A Half For Cuba and Half For Porto Rico Chicago June 13 Special Tribune special from Atlanta Ga The Wadlington Trial Goes Over says The transports that left Port Tampa for Key West Saturday an- ¬ chored fifty miles out and remained there until this morning when they received orders from Washington to start immediately for Santiago tie Cuba The orders provide that the fleet shall divide when it reaches Windward Passage between Cuba and Hayti half going to Cuba and the other half to Porto Rico Near Santiago the ships that landed last Monday with Capt Har- ¬ low of the Vixen brought ashore fifty tons of provisions Gen Gomez the Commander in Chief of the Insurgent army isstili opposing the invasion Pie advises that no American camps be estab ¬ lished in the interior of the island until after the rainy season now just beginning and which will last until October Till September morning was con- ¬ sumed in Circuit Court in deciding whether are not the trial of Claude All of yesterday ¬ Wadlington would be gone into The witness were nearly all pres- ¬ ent but owing to the indisposition of Common weaths Attorney Howell who is still suffering from a recent accident Judge Cook decided to let the case go over until September rather than appoint a protein at ¬ torney The witnesses were recognized and an order hiade continuing the case till the 13th day of the next term to Off For the Hawaiian Islands The Philadelphia to Washington June 13 Go to Honolulu Special The Cruiser Philadelphia will sail for Honolulu in ten days to remain pending the settlement of the fu- ¬ Four indictments were returned ture disposition of the islands day M A LlTTLEFIELD J K MlTCIIEI Washington Jnne 13 Special The naval officials have informa- ¬ tion leading them to believe that the Cadiz Squadron will sail the latter part of this week for St Thomas This squadron consists ofthePalayo Spains best battleship the Carlos V the Vittoria the Rapido and other cruisers and several topedo boat destroyers MARTISI TURNED LOOSE NO LONGER HELD AS A SPY The war department has ordered arrested on the1 steamship Tartar nnce Saturday on suspicion of being a spy The letters found were unimportant 13 Washington June Special tne veleafce of Edward O Martini J S LlTTLIFIKLD Jok Fleming Chas Fleming Haskins was present atthe in quest and was immediately -- placed under arrest by the coroner who brought him to town and lodged him in jail He denies his guilt and says that he has information to give about the shooting He will probably im ¬ plicate others and other arrests are liable to follow A Change of Song Books By a vote of the church the Bap ¬ tist church has adopted the Moody SPANISH DfeFEAT IN INDIANA Sankey song book for use in the auditorium services discarding the Hymnal that had been in use for LABORERS ENGAGE IN A FIGHT many years The new books have lv been UBed at prayer meeting and in South BcndrInd JiUie Spanish and American the Sunday school for some time labortr in Grand Pit fought feundav Two SnaWrds were fatallv and but it was decided to formally adopt r l rniio A v them for ull services foica ueroualy Mured --- v - Highland Lights Mass June 13 Special The cruiser San The case of J R Moore and Francisco is ashore here this morning She may be floated at high tide others malicious cutting was con- ¬ Simmons Gets Ten Years Leiter Turns Loose tinued till next term June 13 Sherman Texas Chicago June 13 Special Jos The petit juries were dismissed Special Ex City Assessor Prank Leiter to day transferred all his until next week and the rest of this Simmons pleaded guilty to misap- ¬ wheat trades 10000000 bushels week will be devoted to equity propriation of public funds and was His profits in the deal are estimated matters sentenced to ten years in the at 4000000 and upwards YELLOW FEVER SITUATION penitentiary Big Wagon Contract Shot at a Prowler Chattanooga Tennessee June 13 No New Cases Reported Since Me June 13 Kittery Point Special The Milburn Wagon Last Saturday Sentries at Fort Mc Company has closed a contract to Special Spe- ¬ Lary fired upon a suspicious char- ¬ furnish the govern lent 1200 army June 13 Washington Surgeon General Wyman is acter prowling about the fort at wagons This is the third contract cial informed that no new cases of yel ¬ midnight He escaped The wells with this linn yill be tested for poison low fevor have appeared in Mc Probably Loit at Sea Hcnry Miss since Saturday The Foster Takes Leg Bail San Francisco Cal June 13 seven cases are doing nicely 13 SpecialThe British ship Penryn New York June Special 105 days from New Castle N S W A Fatal Wreck Wm R Foster charged with em ¬ bound here has been given up lor Grants Pass Oregon June 13 bezzling 193000 of the gratuity lost A freight train was fund of the Produce Exchange is Special Town Wiped Out A inissing having forfeited a 22000 wrecked near here yesterday Special Erie Pa June 13 brakeman was killed the engineer bond The business part of Spartajis- injured and six cars made a total Dewberries hayo made their ap ¬ burg Pa was burned this morn ¬ ing The loss amounts to 150000 pearance upon the market wrepk -- hog stealingB G feloniously breaking Plupps Bob Wall col open storehouse same Wesley Shipp col forgery Above cases set for the 13th day of court Cal Hubbard col A Cruiser Runs Ashore The San Francisco in Trouble L I t i in iiiintiitoidMMi t tliitniai i n i iir m mrlrna iinliii v- - - 7 iaiaMiPjiiM fl 9 TWO OFFICERS PROSTRATED Were Sent to the Naval fijospitaf al at Key West V Cnpfc Washington June 13 Frederick Rpdgers formerly Drest dent of the naval auxiliary Jtqard has been ordered to command the - j Published cvcrj evening except Sunday by OKAS KiCEACKAM 313 S Malu Delivered by carriers to ill parts ol the city 10 0EXX8 MIR WJ5BX THE LAST ROUND Tim immense stocc pi clothing slices and furnishing goods is fast disappearing at the Mammoth Olothihgi Shoe Oos store Yetwe have some elegant goods to sacrifice Heie area feWliings hatare attractintr attention- - Banraiiis thai n w leaving our ho use every day 1 SUBSCRIPTION KATES 85 Per Week Advance Per Month in 100- Per Year in Advance Per 8 Montiis in Advance UO dOO - W H v 100 Our ton College Clinton Ky and- - will ff go next week to assume the man ¬ fc 125 Our The Hawaiian annexation reso- ¬ agement of the institution It is a Price i lution is liable to reach a vote in Baptist school has eight teachers ChildreuB Shoes ami Slippors sdld nt 150 Our- 7C tf the House this week with every and from 150 to 200 scholars Vff prospect of passing Prof Williams has lived in Rus- ¬ Ladies 150 KidSlioes lueo dud button all toes ITEMS FROM PON uuu oiit a juv xrnco sellville thirteen years He is a An insane woman in Cincinnati fine orator of the old school There Lilly Braekett Cos 5 00 Mens Shoes Our June 13Tveare hav Pon Kyi made it hot for her husband by hold- ¬ is not a man in the State of Ken ing some very hot weatherriow Prico Our Leading Brands of 3 00 Shoes all stylos ing his face in the llames of gaso tucky who can make a better ex- ¬ Mrs Virginia BarneVjs on the wur jl rico ljne until he was fatally burned temporaneous speech Many stor- sick list this week t ies are told of his readiness upon Thieves broke into Mr Charles Gen Joe Wheeler evidently be all occasions and all subjects to de Gates spring house nrid took four lieves that war will be of short du- ¬ childrens we have iriade the liver a speech on short notice At buckets of milk one night last week ration and has so far taken no same extra BARGAINS Our 450 500 and 600- he stopped one night They returned the buckets the next steps towards resigning his seat in Henderson v UVA v at a hotel and being tired retired night vv ivien s Ti Congress xiyuuwuncEiie oesc ana ciieapesfc suit you ever bouo lifc call very early A public speaker who Mrs Sallie Hord and son Lee in at once as this sacrifice cannot hold on always to There are four revolutionary sol- ¬ was billed to appear had failed Hord have been Visiting friends diers buried in Louisville and to- ¬ come A great crowd had assembled and relatives m our-- neighborhood morrow is a day set apart to deco- ¬ and was growing very impatient for the past week They returned ¬ rate their graves with an address Some one offered to secure a speak- home last Saturday er for the emergency The qffer by Col Bennett H Young was accepted and he went to the The farmers are about done set ¬ The crop Will be a Gen Boynton denies the report hotel and aroused Prof Williams ting tobacto little largCr than usual- Theclier subject am I to speak on What that the American soldiers are not 3 sufficiently led Perhaps the gen- ¬ he asked while putting on his ry crop is light this yearsThe apple crop is very light- There erals have a different bill of fare clothes was the reply will not be half enough- for home On the tariff from the soldiers1 in camp There yyilbe very The audience it is said was bet- ¬ consumption The naval authorities complain ter pleased than iif the original little cider made this summer Honey Bei that many of the applicants for en- ¬ speaker had spoken listment in the navy are unhappily It was this gift of oratory which A Soldier Disgraced married husbands who want to caused him to be made traveling Private Edgar B Bowman of jiimp out of the frying pan into the representative of the college Dur ¬ fire ing the first six of the thirteen Company F Second Kentucky In- ¬ years he was with Bethel College fantry now in cainp at Chickamauga The Americans having landed at he was professor of Latin and was sent home in disgrace Satur- ¬ day having- been discharged from piGuantanamo bay will attempt to re Greek ps pair the Uape liaytien cable to es- Prof Williams formerly lived in the service His offense vas not L i Wi ll I yg laousn direct communication wnn this citv and one of his daughters given in the published account if V i 11 A TVTnr n i resides Mrs Thomas Rodman Hopkinsville Produce flarket ably be made the permanent base here CaBh prices paid by HdpkiuBville u of supplies for Southern Cuba r merchants St Sampsons Official Report M Once more we are told that Gen Admiral Sampson has made an Bacon Shatter with his army of invasion official report of Lieut Hohsons Bams country 3fflliC Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods Notions JCloth hfl has sailed from Tampa for Santia- - g Shoulders 518ie conduct in blowing- up the allant Mtf g most or tne soicuer uoys Merrimac He gives him full credit yj Sides G8Yc jng etc before making their purchases Everything new rand up tordate in 11 were never out ot sight of land be- ¬ for planning and executing the dif-¬ Lard 7ic departments fore their experience on the water ficult undertakingWFollowing is Country Produce is liable to be an unpleasant one an extract from his report Butter lGOq This afternoon the Chief of Staff Eggs 0c Ready-To-We- ar The Attorney General has ren ¬ of Admiral Cervera came out under Now feathers 8032c dered an opinion that the states a flag of truce with a letter from the Beoswax 2022c1 themselves must decide whether or Admiral extolling the bravery of MS Tallow iI3c They are Dandies made by the best tailors and from THE BEST OLOTH not the offices held by state officials the crew in an unusual manner Ginsonc nur Hi S9fi9f vii ral T r TWA in the volunteer army are incompa- ¬ I can not myself too earnestly noney iuc tible with their civil positions A express my appreciation of the con- ¬ Tub washed wool 2830c m good many persons are trying to duct of Mr Hobson and his gallant GfoaBed 1820e hold on to civil and military posi- ¬ crew I venture to say that a more Burry wool 1014c GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU tions at the same time brave and daring thing has not Poultry Deen uone since uusning Diew up Y chickens live per lb 5i6736o Kn- Capt Aunon the Spanish Minis- ¬ the Albemarle REMEMBER THE PLACE Next Door to ftoostera 2Jo ter of Marine is at Cadiz to inspect Referring to the inspiring letter Turkeys per lb 6e the reserve lleet which consists of which you addressed to the officers Ducks SAM BOYD the Carlos V the Pelayo the Al at the beginning- of the war I am Grain R P TURNEY lj The phonso XIII the Vittoria the Ra sure you will offer a suitable pro- ¬ Clover per buBhel f S8 pido the Giraldi three destroyers fessional reward to Mr Hobson Oata home grown por bu 3538tf and five auxiliary cruisers lie and his companions 35cl Corn will remain at Cadiz until the ileet or Whfinfc I must add that Commander J THE DISPATCH starts M Miller relinquished his command Live stock with the very greatest reluctance Is tlic Only Hogs 33J50 Capt R T Hollow ay of Lexing- ¬ believing- - that he would retain his St Louis Paper Sheep 250866 ton who is just back from Florida command under all circumstances Cattle S25Q4 With Its Own Staff Correapoutlonts where he went some time ago to iish He was however finally convinced Calves S3G68d ui tiu x onus oi luieresi is entitled to the blue ribbon He that an attempt of another person At Havana publishes an itemized statement of to carry out the multitude of details Hides and FurB Mr Sylyestor Seovol 112 fish caught by himself and wife At Madrid Green hides Gfi7c which has been in preparation by BOYD TURNEY Proprietors weighing from 40 to 187 pounds and Mr A E Houghton f8o Green salted hides Mr Hobson might endanger its Hint measuring from 5 to 7 feet in length lrvWi At Washington proper execution I therefore took rim Mr Stephen CoiiBal ThiB famoiiH health and pleasure reaorttho oldest in Westernentucky Captain you can go up head At New York the liberty to relieve him for this VOgO 111 OILS is Bituatcd oirtho Ohio Valliley branch of tho Illinois Central railroad 10 Mr Morton Watkins Now potatoes per bushel 7 A Russian relief expedition has reason only There were hundreds miles from Uopkiusvilloand 14 miles from Princelou At Cabbage per head been sent from St Petersburg to of volunteers who were anxious to Its510 THE NEWS OP TUB DAY IN search for Andree who left last Ju- ¬ participate there were 150 from the THE POST DISPATCH ly to hunt the North Pole in a bal ¬ Iowa nearly as many from this loon and has never been heard of ship and large numbers from all IB cents a week sevon days if de In Kvery County to Supply tho Vij since A part of the trip will be other ships officers and men alike livered by agent 60 ceuts a month vUroat I opuIar Dcninnd ir if sont by mail made by rail and then overland to I An Important Decision mm the mouth of the Lena river thence AMERICAS WAR FOR HUMANITY Sulphur and Chalyboato Water in Abundance Six trainsMnily nud The Postmaster General has is- ¬ F in a whale boat to the most North- ¬ Reducod Rates First Glnss Italian Band Employed for tlioSwwon Hi Tolil En Picture sued a notice to the effect that all ern points that can be reached If reproductions or imitations of hand And Story j Andree is alive he is supposed to Atnmorolynomfnaliirlco tho Now York Rates- LeUUOrlumnklniMinanf Ihn inrwt rnmnrknilii of the Siberian or typewritten matter not easy of Compiled and Written by be on some one Camern oiu ra or tiicsoason Tlioy arc Hondlnu recognition as such are subject to r on luimiiisu iiumuoroi urns 10 an islands tllHIUH JUHIN U INGALLSv uu tuo United atntea It is cam reality but pnrm ol In first class postage Owing tp the OV KANSAS Owing- to the foothold the United necessity of individual examination Tho most brillinutly writteu moat of each copy the department will no profusely ilhiHtrnted and States has gained in tjie Philip ¬ iMtorniiiToiis op moat in fur tho Camqra with oomploto outfit for pho toKrnplitiiKanc dovulopliift day pines and the probable future oc- ¬ longer consider applications for en- ¬ tensely popular book ou the subject fuilpttrtloulartfroKrdluK ihla Bond to ahfo for romarV of try to the second class of alleged of war with Spain Nearly e fpr as It Is extrpmcly limited The Camera cupation of the islands the thorouBhlyhlBliKruduandllratolasa In overy 200 Superb Illustrations Department has announced periodical publications produced by retnooti fitted with oil motion Improvements and Kuarantoed aa roprosontctj Uilrpsa matteV for the the stencil or hectograph but the post from that hereafter mail V photographs taken specially fpr 0AMEI1A DEPA1WMENT 0UrUMiU United States soldiers and navy masters are directed to notify pat ¬ this grout work AgentB nro making rons that any publications produced 150 to 100 a week soiling men in the Philippines will be sent it A ver THE NEW YORK LEDGER VYc Solicit the Patronae t of Ail Who Have LIDOBR same rate as mail intended by these and similar processes are itablo bonanza for llvo eauvassers for the lnll8 NYOITV an liable to exclusion from the second Apply for description terms and ter f0 home points two cents ritorf at once to RflVQ Should seud at pno or Hpecial p ounce But for this order the rate class OU I O rmlum lift JutlsUo1 Watoli Advcprfen rriuUnn treM Ar Riflw and I I ND CO Mr D R Berry returned tp of vn uenU ttn ouce voul4 have waur valu4lo wrtlelea mWk f I HLO U woa tooday charged ISt Louli M9 or Vork CUlMVo7kiidirrjjwjrruiidiiej hw vork arft KEiiipmfi fuSgmL ft camp 1 The Russellville Herald has this By the breaking up of the old Pensylvania faculty of Bethel College Prof Wilr of Geo Hastings went to Chickamauga Saturday and Hams will be lost to the town He reviewed the Pensylvania troops in has been elected president of Clin- ¬ celebrated his ninetieth birthday ORATORY When the American cannons are PROF WILLIAMS planted on the hills of Santiago we may learn more of its top ography His Eloquence On Any Subject On Short Notice Rev JohlTATilis the oldest Bap- ¬ has just tist minister in England bigmbnior Puritan now with Ad- ¬ miral Sampsons lleet He Relieves Capt P F Harrington who has been prostrated by the terrible 4 jj heat to which he has strain and been subjected during hitflong stay in Cuban waters Lieut Comman- ¬ der W H Everett commanding the lighthouse tender Mangrove has also succumbed to the Cuban Both officers have been blockade to the naval hospital at removed Key West for treatment - rtjc vfr frgau UndorelHrts sold all over town ntdOo OC Our Prieot 40C -J1 Mounrch Colorod Shirte worth JriO Otir Prico Cl OH j T i V - Zj1 V Our Prico j Moua Fnucy Colored Shirts soft and with nud without collars Inupdrieil Scrivona EliiBtie Drnwora sold at Prico Ji ChilUreus Shobs mid olippors sold at Prifio I m t Ckilrlrena Shoes and SJippers sold at Moiifl Heavy Cheviot Work Shirts feold nt R0c f 1 y j Negligee worth fjOo 5100 Our 40c 35c 65c 50c 65c - 99c ¬ 350 225 w r anA uwuompiuiiuwuii Glbthmff A lnour OLOTEim rii r i a - MAMMOTH SHOE CO IT -- o LOTHING Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOODS 9 t JO METZ TORE - 1 V--l- r The Great Hgpkinsville Mecea For Ecotiomical Buvers THE PUBLIC SEE Our - - - Suits IN SHOES we have the Best All the Latest Styles i Hardwicks - ic Present Crisis t POST CERULEAN SPRINGS TRIGG COUNTY KY a - w - -- AGENTS WANTED NOW OPEN Write For -- ¬ Hotel Accommodations Unsurpassed - f K - 5nift37- OesnLtB 1 KENDRICK RUNYON Post-Offic- 1 G entralTobaccoWrehous Tanneasee TobaccLl jA -- Cash bo Made on Calp Kr MMMimMy dawin iimmimmmMjmtimmrm TO SELECT NURSES fir Lofty Mission Intrusted to Dr Ani tk Ifewcomb McGce Tlie Derothea Dlx of tho Spanlsh- AnterlcftH Wnr Some of ilie limit- - flentloHi Wliloh the Ajillcnu Mum Voancnn P government during its present conflict Sho is the Dorothea Dlx of the Spanish American war The surgedim general of tho army and navy regard her ofllcc as a branch bureau of their deport ¬ ments though in reality it has no ofll clal connection with the government except In a volunteer capacity Although it was positively announced at the beginning of the war that neither the army nor the navy would enlist any women mirses for wajr service the plans says the New York Herald have just been changed and Dr McQcc Is fast supplying women to take care of our brave boys in the hospitals at Key West Atlanta and the hospital ship late ¬ ly fitted out at New York There were Women nurses in the late war btit they were not enlisted in the military serv ¬ ice being paid from the unofficial funds of the sanitary commission They received but 12 a mouth In re ¬ ward for their tender services where ¬ as thoso who will nurse the wounded of the present war will get the full nurses pay of 30 a month Dr McGec impresses one as being the ideal woman to rank at the head of the wars angels of mercy She is young and charming possessing Unusual mag- ¬ netism vivacity and gift of language Moreover she has the blood of patriots coursing in her veins being able to boast of three revolutionary ancestors the best known of whom perhaps was Gen John Bull who defended Philadel phia during our struggle for liberty ¬ iTdrt the first time In the history arc of the United States women being enlisted In the military serv Dr Anita Newcomb McQec ice a patriotic Washington woman has just been charged with tho selec tion of all of the war nurses for the ¬ ¬ sNews 9 iftrft2iiniG War 5 fSlllaIllllSiI M I To the Driving Public M Tfie assortment of vehicles which we now have on hand is the results ofcareful study of the wants of tho people of this section Wo have the elevated gear for country driving and the low hung carriage for city use kt HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and and neighboring towns to sub- scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reliable war news ¬ A IHH fJidf JLi fjMtiv fv wkii-- f Jtfl ririliw t f M r iifi f f 9 3 6 The Daily Uf We have the handsome cut under surreys for short turning the plain jump 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 springsJbracket front or piano bed Comfortable common sense buggies with wide seats and H M T buggies for the courting youths of this vicinity with rubber tires if you want them that way w w m Kentuckians Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and every department of the paper is supplied with a Kkf it itf d JPI DR ANITA NEWCOMB MGEE Charged with tho Selection of All War Nurses fc She has pursued special courses of study abroad at Cambridge the Uni- ¬ versity of Geneva and elsewhere on the continent Returning to this country she equipped herself for the sciences and studied medicine at Columbia and Johns BTopkins She is the daughterof Prof Simon Newcomb the great as- ¬ tronomer who has been more honored abroad than any other of our American scientists and is the wife of Prof W J McGec the well known ethnologist and geologist She is one of the vice presidents general of the Daughters of tho Americnn Revolution having been previously elected surgeon general and librarian general of that society Only surgical nurses are being called for since women trained in the care of general diseases would have practically nothing to do in wards filled withmen mangled by shot and shell Although during the last war Miss Dlx who per formed the duties now conferred upon Dr McGee rcfusedHo appoint women who were prepossessing in appearance no such regulation has been made for this war and our brave boys may hope to be inspired to strength by womans comeliness ns well as healed by her ten ¬ der skill Great care is being taken however to select only women of the very high ¬ est moral character and to insure this individual members of the Daughters of tho American Revolution are coop- crating in all of the states These war nurses will be uniformed in white dresses caps and aprons Each will wear a badge in the form of a red cross of enamel surrounded by a circle of blue enamel Upon the cross will be Inscribed Hospital Corps and along the blue circle Daughters of the Amer- ¬ ican Revolution Upon each apron will be neatly stencilled the wheel Insignia of the Daughters of the American Revo ¬ lution No women nurses will be sent to Cuba If any are delegated to field hospitals they will do service only in this country Of course none will bo permitted aboard any of the naval ves sels since the gentler sex are forbidden quarters on all ships in notion Twonty flvc nurses will be attached to each regiment In the field and If all of these nurses are to be graduates of training schools a great many of them be women Many of the women yho have already volunteered are doc- 0t i10010 willing to perform any mules ant 8ome nro sSers 0f chnrlty ¬ ¬ news service that cannot be surpassed in all Among the high grade buggies we sell are Delkers Troys and Woodhlllls We handle a number of cheap buggies Ames Enger Parry and Haydock ft Western Ken- ¬ f Buy Your buggies from us and WE will Be here to make our guarantee good f if a fSiimlBTPaga2B5T tucky Daily delivered In the city 10 CIS Per aowwirr iKt - SJ - ihihiiiIi MUMIUftlHulllllklUMIUNIinUlllIflftl -- -- - v t j i rf M Local FORBES WOUTH READING BRO SPRINGS HOTEL Kentuckian Bids 212 S Main 2 Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL Daily One Month - Daily Three Months - 35 All The News GRAYSON State and National WILL BE FOtJND IN THE 100 Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition 400 1 yr 200 - KENTUCKIAN AND THE 6 The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained WMktf Wo LllllllliC r TIiIb famoua Kentucky SUMMER is now open for guests under RESORT have nrrauged n Clubbing Rate oy wnica wo can give NEW MANAGEMENT ¬ Subscribe Now And Get The News A Both Papers One Year for 225 A practical hotel man lma beon selected to direct aHairs Special at tention given to tho cuisine Many iniprovemontH have been made in tho Regular price for Both is 300 hotol and surroundings Hotel rates reasonable A pleasant time in atoro A splendid band of musio in Wo savo you generous part or this for you Rooms bright and well ventilated attoudanco sum Send or bring your cash with order to tho Opening Ball June 17 Cheap Hales Over I C Railroad HopkiusvIllCKy ADDRESS nt V Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office in the Ken- - w No No No No No No No No F5 L N TIME TABLfe TRAINS BOOTH - fv Our at 212 L tuckian y South Main Street or telephone I 1 Building first floor Address -- 58 51 91 92 52 m HopUinsvillo Ac G15 500 u m FaBt Lino rFast Mail NO 513 Limited 11 10 p m pm TRAINS NORTH the wvw Ynuujia including rcg- a volte The war lasted about two years g0mo prcty lively flirhts were made nqtably Resaca do la Jlmo Buenn Vista and th assaults oi Mwpultnpeo mid Other outworks of the MtxlBwi capital Yet OBniM wm lm VHr with Mexico 99 2 9 A St Luu Es Fast Lino 56 45 Chicngo Limited 986 n m mail 118 nm HopkiuBvillo Ac 825 pm 948 p m LEADER Will have a few choice summer patterns pn display WEDNESDAY T filial 1 VI Mftapkm Pnl isliftr I llllllll I WIIIIJ II Al 1KI W a NA8hTille Accommodation does not run on andoy North bonnd St Loats and Ohloaco Fast trolns bavo Mirough trains aolld and tleeporr to Ublcago and 8t Louli fast Line etona only at Important station ud oroMlnKH Uav Mirough rullmnn sleep sib to Atlanta Qa MAY 4 t flfcirW r iiiVn f- - i Sy nu9UH im - VttctU 4r4 V f HOPKiNSVILLE KY tvatlo - 4 M - JMAiUHSAgeU See them before buying Celvera Is tlie greatest reconcen today rr Ill MME k m FLEURETTE LEVY yf v I W T EjTW ysv wtff n TlTIi PERSONAL GOSSIP jM D Kelly spent Sunday in Madisonvjlle Mr C IS Sallee of New stead is here on business to day II J Minor of Austin Minnr spent Sunday in this city Mrs V H Swartz has gone to Danville Ky to visit relatives Mr P AV Owen and wife of Kelley vvere here shopping- to day DMr L II Petrce cashier of the Bank of Trenton spent Sunday in the city Mrs Geo Baker of Princeton is visiting her sister Mrs L T - MISS RIYES RETURNS HERE TUCK1AN Office ai ANT r M4lMMMiKiMtjfeM4aANMMMtiM atfM THERE Ktttf- s bKi TO0AGCO DEAL Lo ¬ Died of Dropsy of the Heart Mrs Grape bags for sale at the Britjkley an aged lady Mrs A J Mesidor is quite sick Authoress of Smoking Flax with inflammation ofthe stomacht Arc infant child of Wm Corjbift at Home for the Season col died in theVity Sunday night Many farmers have commenced Best cutting hay TJe crop is Jhiinti Her Book One of the Six Sellers of the Past Season one pes yl II fir Miss Hallie Erminie Rives au ¬ thoress of the most startling book of the past season and a work that made her famous at one bound has returned home from a visit of two Rich to San Francisco Portland Mrs Hodge of Princeton is the months panjel Stepp col died near Durham SaturdayqPc6n sumption Georgia melons are being shipped north and will be on the market here in a few days The condition of Mr W J3 Lan ¬ der who has been sick for some time is somewhat improved Airs Ben Coleman who has been critically ill for several Svecks at her home on West Nineteenth street is still very low Call and see our handsome suits at bottom prices of furniture jfyt aged fISjWara guest of her daughter Mborc of Montgomery Mrs 11 C Messrs J J and Geo S Gaines spent the day in the city Miss Nannie Dickinson of Pee Dee is the guest of her sister Mrs J B Fisher Mr A G Bush of Louisville spent Sunday in the city with old - friendsG and J T Scullin of are in the city on busi ¬ Nashville ness to day Miss Charlie Belle Baldwin is visiting friends and relatives in RHunt Paducah Miss Annie Todd Kelly left this oruing for a long visit to relatives in Frankfort Mr J B Foley and wife re- ¬ turned Sunday from a visit to rela- ¬ tives in Owensboro Mrs F J Mitchell has gone to South Union Ky to spend two weeks with her parents Among the visitors to Cerulean Sunday were Messrs M L Elb Major Wooldridge S C Mercer Jr and John McCarley of this city v Miss Ruth Penn who has been teaching at the Clay Street Public School during the past session has gone to her home at Cerulean Springs to spend the summer months fflfr Mrs F A Mitchell and her two little daughters Cora and Flora mKtity the guests of mt o have beenfor several days Mrs will J Mitchell return to their home in Marion this afternoon Mr K L Terry has returned from Smiths Grove and will spend several weeks with his family Mr Tenny is store keeper guager at egisteredtDistillery No S3 which has closed down for the present Mr Harry G Tandy of the Pa ¬ ducah News came up Sunday and spent the day with his parents Mr and Mrs D A Tandy The l occasion was a family reunion to 1 celebrate his 28th birthday anni and other western cities Miss Rives has not been in Ken ¬ tucky for a year She went to New York last summer to get Her book to press and after the success- ¬ ful run the book instantly had she began work at once on a new story now about reauy ior uiu picsa She remained in New York to finish this book which will be entitled It will As The Hart Panteth be out in about two months from one of the largest publishing houses in the country Smoking Miss Rives last Book deals with lynch law Flax which in the South has had a phenomenal run and is now in its seventh edi- ¬ tion of 5000 copies making 35000 copies sold in a few months It will shortly be issued in paper binding Miss Rives was seen by aKentuck ian reporter yesterday and talked pleasantly of her books her expe- ¬ rience in New Xbrk and of her pros- ¬ pects for future literary suc- ¬ cess She blushingly evaded a di- ¬ rect question about the rumor of her approaching marriage with the reply that it would not be any She expressed herself time soon to be back in Old Ken- ¬ delighted tucky saying the sunrise between Hopkinsville and Henderson wit nessed from her car window Sun- ¬ day morning was the loveliest sight her eyes have rested upon for twelve months versary the young authoress arrived in the city from New York Sunday to make the first visit to her relatives iu several months Miss Rives Miss Hallie Erminie Rives in the Speaking of her last book she hays it was mentioned in The Book- ¬ man published by Dodd Mead Co as one of the six best selling books of the season ranking with Quo Vadis The Choir Invisible and three others The following reference to Miss Rives is from The Oregon Frater published at Portland Miss Hallie Erminie Rives the novelist is in this city the guest of She Miss Elizabeth Cadwell came direct from New York City where she has been spending the winter with Mrs Charles George Sproull a distinguished social leader Miss Rives book Smoking Flax has gone through the sev- ¬ enth edition within a few months time Her forthcoming effort is anxiously awaited and the hopes and demands of the public have The reached their utmost height name of this book is a scriptural quotation taken from one of the most beautiful psalms As the the world has chosen as this young authors fiance has written a book of poems which will be published at the same time and in the same style binding that Miss Rives book will appear Their Smoking Flax and first books Reflections of a Bachelor came out last fall together and both have been a success Post Wheeler is a Princeton College man and for sev eral years has been an editor on the New York Press His poems have often appeared in that sheet and the current magazines beautiful melodies of verse that must have been written under a state of in spiration borne oi his bongs are almost unenualed in their tender Intertwined and aerial beauty with the ideal literary romance of which we have read fate ought to mould this vountr poets future work in forms strong and beautiful Mibs Rives is a Southern girl by birth but has spent much of her time with friends north of Mason and Dixons line She is prepossess ¬ ing in manner easy in conversa tion kind in disposition and beau tiful in appearance whom Love-in-a-mi- st Keach Co s Ninth street near L N depot vv Higgins celebrated ilux and Dr diarrhaea medicine is now for sale put up in 25 cent bottles at Armis teads drug store Vincent Nigros Italian biind of Clarksville is now at Dawson Springs and will play during the season at the Arcadia hotel Rev S N Vail wishes to sell his fine family mare with buggy will dispose of her at a bargain Per- ¬ fectly safe for a lady to drive An infant of Mr Jack Boyd of this city died near Kelley Satur- ¬ The remains day night in the old Boyd burying ground Sunday afternoon Stop my wagon and try my Hot Rolls and Cream Bread or leave your order at store and have them J L Miller delivered The Cream Bread Bakr LOST Pair of gold spectacles between Friendship Hall and Bob Landers RetUrn to Yates barber shop at Phoenix Hotel and get re- ¬ ward Workmen have begun to remodel the old telephone exchange which will be fitted up for Dr H H Wallaces occupancy Dr Wallaces room in the same building will be Moore occupied by Wallace Harry White the Nashville negro who shot and killed his wife on J31UUU blicci Willie riramciii ahv- Kinleys escort to the Centennial grounds on Cincinnati Day was1 passinjr has been sentenced to lifa imprisonment Strayed or stolen a large black and white Holstein milk cow 6 x were-in-terred Cleveland Hawkins and IIenry Leavellwere sent to the work- ¬ Miss Annie Meacham will go to Paducah to morrow morning to A young- farmer named Jack house for 30 days each and Wal ¬ visit relatives Torian living eight miles from town lace Kay was discharged on the Princeton road was badly hurt wliile coming to town this morning His horse took frightand ran awayi throwing him out and dislocating one of his ankles and otherwise bruising him in a painful manner Mr Torian was brought to the city and his injuries attend- ¬ ed to by Dr H H Wallace assist ¬ ed by Dr D E Bell of Gracey His hurts are not considered dan u J gerous For one week beginning The Latest Improved Soda Water Buggy and Badly Hurt - died rather suddenly of dropsy of Rngon Bros Scoop All of the the heart at the home of Mr Addi ¬ cal Factorys Stock son Benton near the city Sunday She waa CO years old morning Ragon Bros the Evansville gro ¬ and formerly lived in Springfield cery firm represented here by Mr Tenn- - where she had a large num ¬ II C Moore made a big local - deal ber of relatives The remains yere in manufactured tobacco this morn- ¬ brought to this eity and interredyn Judge Brown a Delegate ing buying all of the stock on hand Hopewell cemetery at 2 oclock tliiit Judge M D Brown received noof the Hopkinsville Tobacco Fac ¬ afternoon tice fro m Salt Lake city to dtfy tory There were about 700 boxes that he had been appointed to rep ¬ of the different grades averaging Caught in the City Court resent Kentucky in the Internation ¬ about 6 a-- box makimr a deal of Luther Drake col fined 1 for al Congress to meet in Salt Lake more than 4000 jumping on moving train City July 6 to 9 He thinks he will This purchase was made to get Cora Leavellcol disorderly con attend j ahead of the war bill that is ex ¬ duct fined 5 and costs pected to become a law as soon as Lizzie Ogg col same samcv Hopkinsville Boy Dead t signed by the President The Lewis Tanner col same same A telegram was received Sunday increase in the revenue of tobacco is John Nelson col same same 0 cents per pound The dealers All of the above fines were set ¬ from Rev W E Foulks of j Gallup are all buying largely to get the tled excepting that pi Drake who N M announcing the death of his 15 year old son Walter stocks at the old prices after a was sent to the work house Tea is another article Ijhat will months illness of fevtfr be affected by the increase 6f 10 Two were Convicted iSa Mr Fallon Dead cents a pound after July 1st and The three colored boys charged there is a lively movement in tea Mr G W Pallon late of thisL with petit larceny in stealing whis- w t Kcy ana jugs irom two oi the sa J city uieci this morninir at the resi INJURED IN AN ACCIDENT Mr M P loons reported exclusively jjn tlfev dence of his Kentlickian were arraigned for Winfrec near Casky after a long if Jack Torinn Thrown From tried yesterday TWoOthem illness of consumption 4 son-in-law y Veach Case Affirmed The damage case 6t C Vouch against the V N Railroad ap ¬ pealed by the railroad has been affirmed by the Court of Appeals In the lower court Veach was given 3000 damages for the loss of three lingers on his right hand i i fc I 500 a Suit mr x 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 Home Made Can- ¬ Roasted Peanuts dies Fancy Cream Chocolate Caramels Peanut Candy Taffy French Chewing Taffy Cocoanut Candy Lemon Drops French Can dicS Mixed Etc Remember the place where the weary can rest where the hungry tcan eat and the thirsty drink Bueslin Candy Kitchen Ninth Street between 1st Nation r fal and Post Office - HW M iQ 1 J we will sell Mens fine all plain grey iricot cassimere monly known as Harris wool com- ¬ y cassimere Sack Suits Usually SOLD at ¬ 1250 m lilf Ml U 1 if Sfe KSk A fl 7 SIZES 34 TO 38 ONLY Four has Hart Panteth latest book Smoking Flax Post Wheeler great deal of attention attracted a Been ufone since last Now Ready for Boarders Can be identified bw rMrs J F Wells beautiful brick a large scar on her tail Will paw residence on West Seventh street P has been completed and Mrs Wells reward for her return W E RACSDALB Jr lias opened a boarding house for the accommodation of the public Co reoort the E B Clarke Biggest Grocery Business they have First class board furnished by the ever done on their Cut Price sale in day week or month Transient Groceries They are still selling business also solicited This new 18 pounds Boston Granulated Sugary building is large airy and convient for 100Arbuckles coffee at 10c a ly located and has all modern im- ¬ including electric pound We would advise you to provements cold baths etc place your order early as this big lights hot and years old Wednesday shades of gray light gray medium gray tanish gray and dark gray j The reason for the above price is that the pants do not match the coats and vests exactly in shade Biggest Suit Bargain Ever Offered sale on sugar closes Wednesday DAILY MARKET REPORT Is East Fare the best and rates very rea sonable Parties desiring a pleasant place to board would do well to ¬ ¬ i r it 1 4 w Vt i- i Prof Jno P Fruit Prof Jno P Fruit Ph D for several years a professor in Bethel Collcjre will next Russellville session be connected with William f Jewel college at Liberty Mo as professor of English language and literature It has twenty teachers Prof Fruit and about 400 pupils is a native of this county and is a brother of Dr E N Fruit of this city He has a large number of friends hereabouts who will wish nun great success in nis new noine Convicted of Cattle Stealing Thomas Walker of White Sul phur Caldwell county was con- ¬ victed at Princeton of cattle steal ¬ ing and given two years in the pen ¬ itentiary There is another in dictment pending against Walker which will be filed away until his present sentence expires Corrected Dully lly Hen mul llroker ItuwlluH Hunker HonlcliiHvllle Ky v h Iring 187 or call on Mrs Wells for terms and full particulars t Chicago market I Whew Isnt It Hot mm I H Anderson Co 85 li Cash Wheat 85 85 79 July Wheat 1 70 Sept Wheat 72K 32 32 July Corn 32 33 33 Sept Corn 33 23 23 July Oats 23f 21 21 Sept Oats 2l 9 42 9 CO 9 60 1 July Pork 5 77 5 77 1 July Lard 5 70 5 40 5 30 5 40 S July Ribs A Sept wheat puts 68 j calls 11yS Wheat and Hour puts 33tf calls 3 New York St el I Opg IIigt Closing h get a Gas Ranch keep the heat out of the house and It is more economical than coal or wood absolutely free from danger pf explosion can be purchased at Then why not mmmuwmmnrm The Columbia Chainless GHilll jobbers prices with 30 days trial land 30 feet of service pipe free from he Hopkinsville Gas and Light Howe building Main PmpanyOpen from 7 to 9 in the Ask for Mr Patton gyening Manager does to the New Era Mr Prank Bell city editor of the Daily KbntuckiXn has re Talked for His School Opg I Jligt Closing- - iProf J C Lcwib principal of the ue Bennett Memorial School at 6 59 6 50 Aug Cotton 6 59 London Lauret county delivered i 12 Am Tob 1 12 111 aif address at the Methodist church Chicago Gas I Oltf I 01 1 00 Sunday morning in the interest of 1 J 00 C 1 05 jijs school Prof Lewis js a fluent 52 N L 53 52 and entertaining talker and made a 1 04 1 04jf Manhattan 1 04 rong presentation vt the claims 1 40 1 40 1 39 Sugar jiih itml Cot tun I 4 j BQ 0i ¬ Coal signed his position and become an 4 24 Iron 23 Puts 735 Calls 75on Sep Wheat UhloiiRO uih luuunwiui Kciiuui iressett u large amuence in uu Is a Grand Success aaJVMMMMHWMMMMlaMliHIIMalMllaMlaMaal lfl L editorial writer on the New Era i xnc cnange went into enecc yesier- - lleeelnU To dny 4 ff Mi Notice to the Public Dont be uneasy for my wagon day will be well supplied with bread Co- E- - n- - Cark and rolls both morning and even ¬ uroccrs arc crowueu ing and will go the entire route in The Hustling l and EAGER plenty of time for supper With BARGAINS J L Miller Dont tail to attend BUYERS The Cream Bread Baker their big tfak y rM t Hogs Cattle Hogs Tofday 18000 Hog Mitrket fc Head Light Mixed night greatly refreshing vegetation and liffording the farmers an opportu ¬ 35000 nity to finish planting tobacco 395 400 390 405 35000 n I A Good Shower A good rain fell Sunday and tho only clmiuloss that hns given auceosa and ha6 proven it self so Wo lmvo thorn on oxhibitiou aj well as a uumber of Co lumbia make of chain wheels from 35 to 75 Wo carry tlio beat assortment of Bioyele Suudrios and lie pairing cf all Uhuln Wm da nil kiwis of oxport repairing all work promptly done Wo RrohfdntmrtorH for Gas MI cycle nncl Cnrbite Givgjfa n call Yours to pleuso 0 0 a gf i tmnp H nr Rough Heavy Rev John Aldln the oldest Bap fUt minister in England has just celebrated his niuejijeth birthday E BL MOSS CO MtlMitHtlftlOlU11 2