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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ktr Tte Daily VOL 1 NO 41 Entuchian PRICE 2 CENTS HOPKINSVILLE EY TUESDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 14 1898 KILLED And Mutilated With BAPTISTS COMING u LEITER ATTACHED The General Association Begins The Young Phngers Troubles This Week Not Over Will Be Preceded By the Mini ters Heetlng to Be Held on Thursday A New MORRQ Castle i mis at Havana Dare Our Ships American Vessels Do Not Re York Firm After Him For the Big Debt of 800000 l A f jf i ftW Cv i Before the end of this week ther New York June 14 Special W will he four hundred stramrers m An attachment was to day granted the city a large proportion of tlicnv for 793925 against Joseph Leiter pBJ by Judge Dale of the Supreme ministers of the gospel The Baptist General Association Court in favor of Otto E Lohrke will meet on the 18th but the meetl t Co grain brokers of New York ing will really begin two days be for money advanced between Feb fore with the Ministers and MenS ruary 1st and June 13th Copies bers meeting a separate body buT of the attachment were served on maue up or uie same delegates yw The General Association is a three of the local banks where state hnrlv nnrl thr Viinrhpaf nnttinrS Leiter was in the habit of keeping 14 of the Navy Longthis ity of the Baptist church in 1nfi deposits Secretary Washington June Special f morningreccived the following1 dispatch state As a body it is one of The Passing of Joe Leiter Mole St Nicholas June 13 Lieut Blue has just returned after a ablest in the South of any of the re- In the detourbf seventy miles tobbservcthe fleets at Santiago harbor and reports iigious denominations A great by the meteor like existence lived many men of wide reputation average factor inthathuman the Spanish fleet all there kaleideoscope the Chicago Board be present and the session is The Spanish vigorously attacked the American camp at Guautan pected to be the most interesting of Trade a failure is so common as amo awjtl fotfr marines were killed and their bodies mutilated barbarous Â¬ one held for years Of course Sa hardly to attract much notice But His op- Â¬ ly by machetes the features being hardly recognized The killed were great deal of routine business ner 1 Leiters case is different r r taming to the denomination will erations so boldly original and so John Blair Gibbs assistant surgeon New York come up and some questions of gen- Â¬ audaciously successful have for Charles H Smith sergeant Smallwood months kept onlookers paralyzed eral interest William Dunphy private Gloucester Mass Foremost among these will with astonishment and what is Machetes Pate of Four Marines at Ouan tanamo Camp I turn the Fire Key West June 14 Special At noon yesterday the Spanish bat Â¬ in the Morro Castle fortifications opened a terrific fire upon the teries blockading ileet off Havana harbor without any apparent reason No ships were in easy range and no harm was done Over two hundred shots were fired but not a vessel was touched It is believed Capt Gen Blanco is anxious to put up a fight while he is able as his resources are fast dwindling away The fire from the Spanish guns was not returned v James MColgan private Stoneham Mass i V Three others were wounded as follows f Bartholomew McGowan private hand shattered Corporal Glass head wounds Cuban Pilot leg wound When the news got around of the terrible mutilation of the bodies particularly of McColgan and Dunphy who were of Capt Spicers com pany there was a howl of rage and the men declared that a dozen Spanish lives would pay for each wound that had been inflicted on their comrads W Winslow Badly Done Up In The Scrap at Cardenas The torpedo boat Winslow which Special narrowly escaped destruction by Spanish guns at Cardenas when Lieut Baglcy and others were killed was sent here for repairs after being rescued and towed out of range of the guns that had disabled her The boat was patched up andgiven a trial to day but broke down and will probably have to be sent to Norfolk to undergo general repairs before being lit for service again Key West June 14 matter Last year at Georgetown the Asso- ciation had this question up and adopted a resolution urging the trustees from Kentucky to use their influence to secure the removal of Dr Whitsitt from the head of the Southern Baptist Seminary- the denomination for school the education of ministers in the South for placing himself on record in an article propared for an ency clopedia against the position held by Baptists in regard to Baptists the Whitsitt Whitsitt still holds on and will be here in person to resist further efforts to separate him from the handsome salary he receives Dr Whitsitt has been assigned for entertainment to E M Flack Dr T T Eaton of Louisville and Rev Fred D Hale of Owensboru two of the most prominent men of the state will stop at the College Dr Harrison will entertain in all twenty five delegates Dr J SN Hall one of the anti- WhitsitJ leaders and editor of the Baptist Flag will stop at H II Â¬ be u4 iiuiij wirtiui 11 i cuumuercu 1 Dr To Repair The CaMeThe Adria Hunting The Cut Abernathys Rev J TChristian of Louisville who led the fight against Dr WhiOff Guantanamo Cuba June 14 The cable steamer tsitt last yearwill be on hand again Special Rev Carter Helm Jones and C M Adria is waiting for the cruiser St Louis which cut the French cable to learn where the cut is The Adria will pick up the cable and estab Thompson of Louisville Dr J M Frost Editor E L Folk of the lish a telegraph station here the moment communication is restored Baptist and Reflector and Reb world this countrys 1897 crop Santiago is still on the line to Kingston which is the only outlet the A J Ramsey and W C Golden of wheat at his own price Nashville will be among the A Contrijiutor Spanish have from Cuba Â¬ Â¬ the point has made the farmers of this country millions of money Hence to the great agri- Â¬ cultural interests of the United States the passing of Mr Leiter is freighted with unusual significance This is accentuated by the fact that his financial demise occurs just as harvest is beginning Three weeks ago the price of July wheat was 125 per bushel But for the battle just fought and won against iir inciter tnis price or even a higher one would have obtained on J n lTf wucawuuui a uy- i t i ill ii uuyK Jlv what this would mean to Kentucky alone whose crop could almost all be marketed by that time It is estimated that her crop this year will be sixteen million bush Â¬ els July wheat is now 80 cents just 45 cents per bushel less than three weeks ago making a loss to Kentucky farmers alone of over seven millions of dollars by his downfall Nobody imagines that Joe was in it just for the good of his country cousin the farmer but the fact remains that in him the said country cousin has lost a valued relation In the future when the farmer gets on his annual tirade and cusses out the speculators with all the earnest eloquence known only to himself he will make a men- Â¬ tal exception of Joe Leiter the col- Â¬ lege bred dude who sold to the more to -- Lees March To Havana At The Head of 40000 Men Chicago 111 June 14 Special A Washington special to the Chronicle asserts that Gen Lee has been ordered to prepare an army of 40000 to move on the Cuban Capital within thirty days It has all along been Gen Lees desire to return to Havana at the head of an army and if this report is true he is to be gratified The Third Crowd for Manila Leaves Next Week Washington June 14 Special The third expedition to Manila is expected to start a week from to morrow consisting of 2S00 men on transports Ohio Indiana and Morgan City This will be 8700 men at Manila or on the way Spain Fears the Native- s- Wants Uncle Sam to Hold Manila Vienna June 14 Special The Frei Presse asserts that Spain has requested the powers to urge the United States to occupy Manila in the event the city surrenders and not allow it to fall intothehands of the insurgents who are notorious for cruelty Germanys Menacing Attitude Giving The Authorities No Concern of Second Expedition SailsMore Soldier Boys Off For Asia of notables present Miss Mary Ilollingsworth prominent in the Womans Work and Miss Broadus who is at the head of the Orphans Home are also coining Â¬ will not adjourn until the middle of The Monadnock and Nero will be out of dry dock to night and may next week accompany the second expedition The transports China Colon Zea A FRENCH DUEL landia and Senator intend to get away in ten days and the fourth expe- Â¬ dition by July 1st Editor Furot Gets the Worst of It In Three Rounds St Louis SanFrahcisco June 14 Special The third Manila expedition 3300 men embarked this morning and the ships are now ready to sail The session will be held at the Baptist church and the Association on The Lookout LJ 13 r For a Spanish Merchantman Kingston June 14 Special The British Cruiser Talbot has ar Â¬ rived from Havana with refugees and reports that the auxiliary St ouis or St Paul is cruising outside of Port Royal Jamaica evidently waiting to pick up the Spanish steamer Purjssima Conception with a cargo of provisions June 14 Special CountCaatellane this morning fought a duel with Editor Furot I Three rounds were fought with swords Furot being wounded in each One wound was severe and round ended the duel V Paris Charged With Larceny Mr R L Moore Town Marshal Capt Harrington May Die of Pembroke arrested Will Leave col yesterday afternoon on a war rent charging larceny The negro ment Helpless From A of was brought here and placed in i Off For the Army The Army of Invasion jail to await the action of the New York Jiuic 14 NewVs been received here that grand jury It is Alleged that Will Collins a son of Mr G W Special Capt Harrington of the San Francisco June 14 Monitor Puritan whoWs str ickeii with paral- - Leavell stole a coat from another Collins will leave on the early train Special Orders have been received by June 9th 0ff the South coat of ChImi iis liable Vo die He is nQv at J commanders of the expeditionary troops not to enlist native Philip neirro who had hunir the garment to morrow to Chickamauga to join the K6y Went pines in the regular seryjee on a clothes line to gjveitjm airing J the artillery brand pf the Rrray i Washington June 14 Special The State Department officers say they know nothing about the concentration of German ships at To Caucus On Hawaii Manila and decline to accept the report as indicating a menacing step Washington June 14 A caucus on the part of Germany of the Democrats of the House will meet this afternoon immediately afÂ¬ More Delay Is Threatened ter adjournment to consider the question of Hawaiian annexation Looks Like A Long War A lively fight over making it a strictly party question will occur Washington Juuo 14 Special The administration has not yet man of the Democrats who favor decided upon the time or manner of attack that will be made on annexation being opposed to taking part in the action Those who op- Â¬ Havana or of the general invasion of Cuba It is the opinion of the well pose this position insist that the informed that the rainy season will be allowed to pass before the invas- Â¬ V party can secure whatever benefit ion extends to Havana is possible from opposition to an- Â¬ nexation without taking caucus ac- Â¬ tion and emphasizing the differ Â¬ A Rush Order For 15000 ences that exist within the organ- Â¬ ization A large majority of the More Men For Cuba Democrats oppose annexation but an appreciable number advocate it Chickainauga June 14 Special Gen Brooke this morning re Â¬ ceived orders to equip 15000 men for service to be ru died as quick as Will Save His Neck possible to Tampa thence to go ah a second expedition tp Cuba The San Francisco June 14 Spe- Â¬ place of landing is not known cial The Governor announces f that he will commute Salter L Wordens sentence to life imprison Â¬ No Natives Wanted in It stroke Paralysis Mi 1 I JvCmK tfYtrr-fr-- f w i fl fjfft aF I Vf I3K3 j fS VI Vl i 4 m There are rare Midlers among -- T ilia it- Columbias raw recruits Published every evchluff except Sunday by Dctlvcrcdby carriers to rill parts f the 1ty It is a coorwaveVithat wavcMuic 10CEKT8PJt WKEK OKAS K KXAOXAX 813 8 Xftln letter carriers hot coat in the liot summer Mi SinWBCXJTTIOX 1CATXS f 10 W EEK 1 KR 85 V1pm Month iv AnvAKCC By trill oversight tlm wawreveriue Ki 4W100 Per Year in Advance Per 8 Months in Advance ii bill has ngt taxed the wealtnvsjeep ingcarporW LV The flethodist Book Concern It is getting about time to cut the n goddway to preservc clothing only remaining Cable some more fr A resolution has been introduced1 ft tb investigate the charge that the from the moths is to send it tgthe gone bV claim of the Methodist Jookj Provident Association VV A Louisville bridegroom has A crazv frnm smokinir cigarettes He Concern was lobbied through Con The Municipal Aascmblia a was o his wedding trip gress t sort of Twelfth street bridgHothe 4 This action is due to the publica taxpayers of St LOuis The British steamer Twick- Â¬ tion in the Chicago Record of the The camp barber described in enham engaged in carrying coal following article and similar ar- Â¬ cut the Sunday Post Dispatch for the Spanish licet has been ticles in other papers w ting the boys hair as theirmothers off the coast of Jamaica captured of thq The truth about the claim Is invited to inspect my largo stock of Spring tjrjr vGoods 0tions7tfCrot- lby the St Louis A Spanish officer Methodist Book Concern of Nash used to cut it vessel was ville Tenn for damages growing was on board and the A landing having been affected ing etc before making their purchases Every thing new and upHo dat in ail if Hurned over to a prize crew and out of the destruction of property as Asserado we may expect to departments by the soldiers during the war is sent to Key West gradually coming to the surface 1 presently hear from the Missouri that Messrs Bar is now The refusal of Col Smith to es bee andadmitted the managers of the mule Smith Eeady-To-We- ar Bald is the German word for soon ablish a canteen in his regiment book concern reported to the gen camp does not eral conference at Baltimore the and bald seems to have been sooner at Chlckamauga mean that prohibition prevails In other day that the sum of 100800 than any one else in the bicycldcon They are Dandies made by the best tailors and from THE BEST OLOTH one regiment there is no canteen which is 35 per cent of the amount test appropriated by Congress was act Â¬ but there are others ually paid to E B Stahlman the Hobson relers the mystery of life Â¬ S wft AH fliA lobbyist of the Louisville The Paris exposition will fall flat ville railroad for securing-Nash and the mystery of jtdeatlr- to God the This is a case of Hoosonsjchoice UUU LfUUU 1111 LIUiUOl Ul 110 iU uuiiu as far as patronage from the South passage of the bill It is also ad- Â¬ 3000 mitted that Barbee and Smith rep Â¬ for Hobson himself Not less than is concerned GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU people had planned to attend it resenting the book concern made a Pauline Macjas supeVbi courage from various Southern States and contract with Stahlman several may bring the Spanish gunners to give him 35 years ago Exposition per cent of agreeing Twenty Indiana THE PLACE any money that might back to their guns but it cannot REMEMBER Next Door to Hardwicks clubs have met and after passing be appropriated for his professional make them good marksmen resolutions condemning France for services as a lobbyist and thp We ought to have peace bjrthe its hostility to this country in the claim was increased by that in order to compel the gov- Â¬ Fourth of July but theVwatycan be amount war with Spain have disbanded ernment instead of the book con so mismanaged as tojjmake it the and canceled all arrangements for cern to pay tne tee Fourth qf July next year the trip to Paris The report referred to was sup Â¬ pressed and will not appear in the It is said that hero Hobson has Assistant Secretary Vanderlip published proceedings of the confer- Â¬ never been in love This is- to be The immense stock of clothing shoes and furnishing goods is fast disappearing says the coinage of 518000000 of ence in order to avoid a scandal regretted for where is now the at the Mammoth Clothing k Shoe Oos store Yet we have some elegant goods to particularly because Barbee and silver a year will not result in any Smith have repeatedly declared in American woman who doesnotlove sacrifice vdry great increase of the silver public that no fees were paid to Hobson K oereare a rew tilings tliat are attracting attention Bargains that are Me says tne coinage now lobbyists and that no agreement coinage There are many men who dont leaving our house ewery day averages 12651731 a year more was ever made to pay them Sev than two thirds as much as the eral members of the conference crit- Â¬ care whether the earth H round icised and the Balbriggnn Undershirts sold all over town atdOc OCA war revenue bill requires Accord Â¬ transaction others condemnedmade flat or oblong They would accept An attempt was Our Price 1 fcC ing to this the Secretary is prepar- - to mollify them by instructing that a a deed to it and put noqtiestions to jrouarch Colored Shirts worth 100 Our Price djJl r ing to charge up to the war bill the portion of the money be set aside as science present output of the mints and a fund for the relief of superannu Perhaps the delay in the5 trans- Â¬ Menje Heavy Cheviot Wqrk Shirts sold at 50c tiff ijmake just as little increase as ated ministers but this was not porting of the troops from tampa UC Our Price satisfactory It did not quiet the was H possible Mens Fancy Colored Shirts Boft and Negligee QCn Â¬ unavoidable Gen Miles porconsciences of several of the breth- Â¬ vith and without collars laundried worth BOc 501 ren and they still insist that all of celain lined buth tub may have The most brilliant and nervy the money in excess of the actual been forgotten benvens Elastic Drawers sold at SlCQ Our 65c Price ileal in wheat ever made in the losses suffered by the book concern Brotherly love is always abeauti Childrens Shoqs and slipperssorQ at SI 00 Our country has come to an inglorious should be returned to the United 50c Price bought States treasury They declare that ful thing but the Presidents affec- Â¬ Leiter Lend Joseph it would be an insult to offer anv tion forT3rother Abner should not Childrens Shoes and Slippers sold at S125 Our 8000000 bushels of wheat last fall clergyman money that was obtain- Â¬ fKp be stretched so far as to favor army P at 85 cents cornered the market ed by fraud from Congress and Childrens Shoes ann Slippers sold at 150 Our h and forced the price of May wheat that Barbee and Smith should be contractors iESi 75c Prieo ito 185 last month For some rea disciplined because they have The Boston crusade against pie Ladies Sl50 Kid Shoes laco and button nil toes son known only to himself he held shown themselves unworthy to be should be extended for fresh bread 99c and sizes Our Price intrusted with the responsibilities piNon to his holdings until the next of Lilly Brackett Oos 55 00 Mens Shoes Our the book concern as they gave a There is quite as much dyspepsia was ready to be marketed Price assurance to the Senators in t croP j cioseu out monuay ai less wwui solid Tennessee Florida and other in bread that is too new as thereis from Our Leading Brands of S3 00 Shoes all styles V inu anv ordinarv nie 2 25 OurPrico he paid Young Leiter was unable Southern States that no portion of The last part of the advice given the money appropriated should be to get his father to put up for him used to pay for lobbying while mmwmssm they by a learned physician in the Sun- further on a rapidly falling market had a contract with Col Stahlman uny Lt L L v to turn arounu In our children CLOTHING we have made the and the young man went to the wall to pay him 35 per cent of the pro- Â¬ leisurely and face an apparently his wheat interests wereturned ceeds in their hands same extra BARGAINS Our 450 500 and 600 and or to step lightly aside flJ-XIJ-Messrs Stahlman and Barbee rabid dog over to a board of trustees At one lines at 8 00 Our SR3 KO nnrl J Hh if preferred 2 00 Mens is likely to be fol time he stood millions ahead but and Smith asked for an investiga- Â¬ If you want the best and cheapest uifc 3011 ever bought- - call lowed Not only will the averages G oods in proportion tion held on too long man step lightly aside but he will in at once as this sacrifice cannot hold on always Opposed to Being Breastworks possibly sprint i Among the daily papers that have i Lieut Johnson of the Tenth cav- Â¬ put in the 500 word telegraph ser- Â¬ The loss of American live rat vice of the Scripps McRae Press alry says the Courier Journal re- Â¬ Guautanamo is another t TV result Association Company of Cleveland turned Saturday night from a trip the failure of the administration tei Ohio this week are The Hop- Â¬ through Kentucky lasting about back up with an army the landing He visited Bowling of Marines V kinsville Kentuckian the Padu two weeks cah Sun the Clarksville Leaf Green Russellville Hopkinsville u The Present Honkinsville Produce rinrket- Crisis chronicle and the Hopkinsville Henderson and Paducah looking iffsfor colored recruits for the Tenth i t xf Jew j uy tt The Kentuckiak Era oiiau pnueu piuu nopuiuSVlllO Lieut Johnsons trip merchants supposed at the time its trade was cavalry made that it was buying an exclus- Â¬ was not as successful as he hoped Bacon THE POST DISPATCH ive franchise for Hopkinsville but although he got about fifty one men Bams country we have been notified to the con- Â¬ That it was not more successful Shoulders Is the Ouly 5J8c trary and the same service is also was due to the frightful stories told Sides 6J8io to would be recruits St Louis Paper They were being sent to the New Era The Lard 7c With Its Own Staff Correspondents papers of Hopkinsville however told that all the army wanted with Country Produce Ik at all Points of Interest unlike those of many towns dwell them was to make breastworks of Butter 1620c At Havana together in peace and harmony and them The result in Henderson Effga Mr Sylvester Scovel 10c the only rivalry in telegraphic news was that he did not enlist a man New feathers 8082o f At Madrid A At Paducah he was more fortunate will be in the attractiveness of Mr E Houcrbtou 2utffi22ri handling the duplicate reports He succeeded in getting a few men Beeswax ik At Washington Tallow 8c J Mr Stephen Bonsai You pays your money and you who were willing to enlist and af-Â¬ Ginseng per lb ter the other colored men saw some 2225 At New Yor- ktakes your choice 11 - tfSe 2ail ftentucftian iJ posT bispAf M irti i pstkf5 Tremendous Sacrifice Mjs NEW GOOD The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Ravers -i 1 m - JO MEJZS STORE T 14 I J iv THE PUBLIC SEE Our T TI -- lis hW - n - m hWtliP M ail iU r THE LAST ROUND V-v-- - fn if 350 1 T- J -- flnth i nop WJK -- ic 1 MAMMOTH O LOTHING -- t SHOE CO 1 -- 8lld of Crest Heights overlooking the Bay of Guantanamo is still held by the United States marines after hours of desperate fighting More marines from the Oregon and Tex Â¬ as have been landed and also rap Â¬ id fire guns which have been mounted on the hilltop The en- gagement which began Saturday afternoon ami lasted all night was renewed Sunday morning The advance detail of thirty marines under Lieuts Neville and Shaw did not retreat to the main camp as at first supposed but were them- Â¬ selves engaged in a fight at close t blue suits they joined with more readiness He got about twenty in their companions in Uncle Sams reaching camp Sunday in an ex- Â¬ Guns mounted hausted condition on the hilltop continued to shell the i woodB Sunday and as the dispatch pot wai leaving for Hayti to cable the news the marines were movingforward and another engagement was expected - quarters in which at least five Spaniards were killedvthe marines last fall when hecarricdll8pounds in an all aged race and ran the mile and a quarter in 205 2 5 will I am three-year-olds Lieut Johnson will open his sta 10M tion on Fifth street this morning Poultry and will enlist colored cavalrymen Y chickonBlivo per lb 5Jfp until he is called to the front Roosters 2Jc A Word for Ornament Turkeys per lb Q Ducks Ornaments impressive victory in 4o the Brooklyn Handicap was after Grai- nff Clover por bushel all only a new exhibition of what 53 Oats homo grown per bu 8588o the son of Imp Order and Victorine Corn can do when he is himself 350 His Wheat wonderful achievement in the Twin 950 City Handicap at Sheepshead Bay Livo stock -- Paducah Honey Tub washed wool Greased Burry wool 1 10 283o Rtf7i1n P r Whiskies Brandies Wine Cordials iBEST KIND Mr Morton Watkins TOE NEWS OP TIIE DAT IN i THE P0ST DISPATCH There are many Spurious RMds and iitauy NO GOOD KINDS Then there is a 15 contB a week eevon days if do livored by agent 60 cents a month if sent by mail I l Al ft merely nppilnal price tho New York LeaKerUmnklnuonoof tho moBt remorkablo Oftniera offers ol tho season They ro kohUIjik out an lmmensQ number of oamornsto all purls of the United statea It la In reality but - Dcrlft Oembe The best Kind is what we SELL and at as low prices as the spu Â¬ rious kinds are Sold A TRIAL AS Ut I I c i Hogs Sheep i V sure remain a mark at which Calvos i will try ia vain for Hides aud some seasons and his recent per- Â¬ hides formance is only a reflection pf that Ureontealteu hiuoa memorable achievement His sire ury unit Imp Order represents about is high class fashionable English Vegotablw breeding as cttn bo imagined New potato Pr bushel y Nashville Horseman y Cnbbf pr liwd s i --Furs-Green -- Cattle4 33D0 250350 52C04 5350d for tlio Camera with comploto outfit for plio toffrnphlnjt ami dovolopluR Send to day for full particulars rcKardlUR this romarlrablo of for as it is extremely Umltod Tho Camera Is tUoroughly high urado and first class In every reapeotUUed with all modern Iniprovomonta CAMERA DKPAOTMKNT CONVINCING j4Jil h a 67o HJiad t THE J NEW LKDOKJl YORK HUHDlNq LEDGER Rpyal Liq nor Coj Imtt Store 11K1KK ti 80 NVCITY 7fc 4i- - 5l0c Only ft flVC felioulrt wind hteuoe for apaeUlpwi mlumlUU JuatlMiiwl Dill tltMMs Air HIH and pWfUcJi rrtatlngr I S tt jyvMulti arMM t U Uillp9 NOTHtNSMlM1 1 vom iuirr Bluwju x vii in Chrisimn County t VJf 01 Wv xic 88AMtJELPV 203 SOU fH T y Ci mi NEW TOBACCO LAW Increased Rates Undcr War Rev cnuteJBUI li Mn li f asss i 1 The new revenue bill now in effect increases the old rates very materially the increase on manu Â¬ factured tobacco being 6 cents per pound The tobacco rates are 12 cents per pound onmanufactured tobacco 300 perlOOO on cigars weighing more than three pounds per 1000 giiOO per 1000 on cigars weighing Eiiot mord than three pounds per V1000 and 150 per 1000 on cigar Â¬ ettes provided that in lieu of the two three and four ounce packages of tobacco and snuff now author- Â¬ ized by law there may be packages thereof containing one and two thirds ounces two and one half ounces and three and one third ounces respectively and in addition to packages now authorized by law there may be packages containing one ounce of smoking tobacco The compromise proviso in re Â¬ gard to the taxation of the stock on hand i as follows There shall be assessed and collected with the ex- Â¬ ceptions hereinafter in this section provided for upon all the articles enumerated in this Section which were manufactured imported and removed from factory or custom house before the passage of this act bearing stamps affixed to such articles for the payment of the taxes thereon and cancelled subse- Â¬ quent to April 14 1898 aud which articles were at the time of the pass Â¬ age of this act held and intended for sale by any person a tax equal to one half the difference between the tax already paid on such ar-Â¬ ticles at the time of removal from the factory or custom house and the tax levied in this act upon such articles Dealers having on hand less than 1000 pounds of manufac- Â¬ tured tobacco and 20000 cigars or cigarettes on the day succeeding the date of passage of the bill are relieved from the necessity of mak- Â¬ ing returns and thus relieved from the necessity of paying the tax VESUVIUS War News Mfc m ttmfciXtif To the Driving Public fliMftr ftri vi wmtim torn m 1 SKXS IfiV jji JK A ft SKX55S 9 9 m The assortment of vehicles which we now have on hand is the results of careful study of the wants of the people of this section We have the elevated gear for country driving and the low hung carriage for city use TV f Aju 1 - tfflmnmmmznim i y 3 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 Â¬ w4 9 WMWWV 3 w the plain jump seat the single seated phaeton and the knock about VWWS The Daily j i i Kentuckians Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and We have the handsome cut under surreys for short turning i i ft 9 m m 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 springs bracket 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 Naval Experts Not Sure She Isnt Deadly at the Breech The advocates of the dynamite gun as a weapon of war are urging the authorities to bring the dyna- Â¬ mite cruiser Vesuvius into more ac- Â¬ tive service where she can demo- Â¬ nstrate her ability against fortifica- Â¬ tions at Santiago and other points of attack The Vesuvius has on board three sizes of dynamite pro- Â¬ jectiles namely those carrying 500 pounds of dynamite 200 pounds and 100 pounds Some of he naval officers think the Vesuvius has not trained her guns upon Santiago thus far be Â¬ cause of the feeling of danger which attends to the handling of these guns It is said that if a Spanish shot pierced the Vesuvius and got into her dynamite magazine it would result in a terrific explosion and the wiping out of ship officers and crew There is a considerable hesitancy also over firing these huge masses of dynamite as naval officers believe that it has not yet been proved that they will not ex- Â¬ plode before getting under way These are some ot the causes leading up to the lack of service of this cruiser Thei is a desire however to find out one way or the other what dynamite will accom plish in warfare and the appeals Which have been made probablv will result in bringingthe Vesuvius into the ranks of the fighting ships abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and pvery department of the paper is supplied with a w w M news service that cannot be surpassed in all Among the high grade buggies we sell are Delkers Troys and Woodhulls We handle a number of chean buggies Ames Enger Parry and Hay dock W Western fFffBBWHBil8T3ftl8fcilsiMtfiliWn Ken- Â¬ Buy Your buggies from us and WE will tucky Daily delivered In the city 10 Gts Per Be here to make our guarantee good l i v - - jmikV ii - - u y Local rORBES f IUCKI3P DlOS Tele 99 2 RATFS RY Mflll Daily One Month Daily Three Months Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition - 35 All The News WOUTH READING t00 400 1 yr 200 State and National WILL BE FOUND IN THE KENTUCKIAN -- AND THE- - t E jg Dont Do a Thing Until you have seen my new line of imported t The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with tlie best pictures to be obtained 4 SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS I 9 wee k iy Wo Enquirer guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN- can secure E5 have arranged a Clubbiug JRato oy wnica we can give SHIP the best thatmoney S The Forest and Streams Jubilee Witli the issue of Juue25ftie New York Forestand Streali will com plete its Fiftieth Volume To mark the event in becoming manner the issucwill be a Special Souvenir Number enlarged in size handsome Â¬ ly illustrated and containing in fvench department many striking features The Forest and Stream is the oldest established journal of shoot Â¬ ing and Sifting in this country and years of pub Â¬ lication hasiertcd an important - and abiding influence in the promo tlonofrationaAVoVtwith rod and Uurmg-itjyenty-fiv- Subscribe Now And Get The News Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office in the Kentuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephQiie Address 99 2 Â¬ i i i i Papers One Year for 225 Regular price for Both is 300 Both save you gouoroua part of this sum Scud or briug your cash with ordor to the Wo No 14 South Main J L Tobill Tailor 2 fS KENTUCKIAN L N Hop lciusvlllcKy TIME TABLE TIlAINS BOOTH LEADER Will have a few choice summer patterns on display No No No No No No No No 55 53 51 01 92 52 56 Hopkingvillo Ac 615 a m 000 a m Fast Line NO FuBt Mail Limited 1110 p m 518 pm THAIN8 NOIITII WEDNESDAY WAY 4 -- - StLuiExmttillGil8am Fast Lino Chicago Limited 980 a m Hopkinsville Ac 825 p m Sec them before buying 45 948 p m Palled to Hake It Morris- and ClmrlU Prowse tempted to make a Cnfury run Mlwlr Whoola feundav but n ml t0mil P ml M tm fXftVBa Chas x I weac Publisher to Ghtoago j irastiiine otons oniyai imporiani siouom tnd arosslnes Ha Mirougu Iullman sleep trs toAtlautHQft J MADAMflvAgeni Irolna have Mirouh trains solid and and Bt Louis NAahvillo Accommodation does not run on Sunday North bound Bt Louis and Chicago Fat sleepers MME FLEURETTE LEVY HOPKINSVIUE KY ft ft SNWNW V W wTr jjiri Thu Bowling Qrceji fair will lie September 14 The Daily Kentuckian J 400 X PER YEAR S i in Ul iiJVWlli fsjifci or -- tt t j u A o I DCSNQTHEMiPROUDj The Soldier Boys From Tennessee fcERSOtfAkOOSSim Rosa G W WINE IS TWUNE hre and there ma I Lyoih of Urafoyuttte tncreaseia the Price Costs Farmers ThcQuakcr Medicine Company are giving free concerts at Crofton Thousands of Dollars Farinon the Fat of each evening this week MjitR E LlQjfdk ofi Pembcokev the Land wa3here to du Binding twine that last year cost A beautiful line of rocking chairs Cos Ninth cheap at Keach Mi Haxc Bucknec went over to the fanner 5 cents a pound atf retail street near L N depot Amember of tlie regiment o Ten is this sezson selling at 14 cents a ncssiesoldiers now enroute to Sam Nashville last night picnic barbecue- - and pound The Dingley tariff has The usual will Francisco to proceed to Manila i be given at Crofton bran CoL D- - C Wiley has returned done thf biAincHH couplbd with on thedance acting as correspondent foe the- from Dawson Springs fourth This the wai price advance Nashville Banner and tells his pa-Jno A Larrabee one of he Dr big thing to the farmers pec oD the trip across Colorado Mon Â¬ Miss Tennie Harris of Elmo was means a and especially here in best known physicians in Louis Â¬ everywhere shopping in the city to day day Christian county It is estimated ville died this week We were given ovations all across Mr B W Humphrey of JPair that 2000 pounds of binding twine Rev S N Vail wishes to sell his Nebraska but it remained for beau Â¬ view visited the city to day were sold in this city last year at line family mare with buggy will tiful Denver to do the thing up Mils Ida Stinnett of Elkton is 5 cents or a total of 10000 dispose of her at a bargain Per Â¬ brown We arrived there at 2 visiting her sister Mrs B F This year the Hame twine will fectly safe for a lady to drive oclock this- morning and found the McClaid cost them 28000 or a net loss of D J Davis an engineer was depot crowded with men women 18000 Perhaps when we get the killed at Ashland while sticking Â¬ of Crofton Mr L D Burkbolder and children who had been wait where jute Philippine islands ing for us since yesterday afterÂ¬ was in the city a short while this twine comes from we can save the his head out the cab window pi his train His head struck a pole noon and their hearty welcome was morning duty and get our time at living Call and see our handsome suits a thing to remember Mr H M Dalton returned this prices of furniture at bottom prices Large delegations from the So- Â¬ morning from a business trip to BASEBALL Keach Co s Ninth street near L ldiers Aid Society and the Southern Nashville N depot Society distributed flowers boxes SPECIAL Col R A Burnett who has been of lunch and kind words They Rev J B Richardson aged for- Â¬ court here returned to visited the sick and did everything attending From Yesterdays Games ty from Powell county- - committed Results Cadiz to day in their power to make our stay a suicide in the Etfstern Kentucky Cincinnati 6 Louisville 4 pleasant one We stayed in Den- Â¬ Mr F M Quarles has returned Luriatic Asylum by hanging himself New York 4 Brooklyn 3 ver two hours then truck out to his farm at Howell toVlive apd with a towel He had been an in Â¬ 5 Philadelphia Boston through the snow capped moun- Â¬ moved his family from the city this mate of the suicidal ward since 5 Baltimore 1 Washington week tains r last October The weather is very chilly but Messrs Ragsdale Hancock and HOW THEY STAND FQUR AMERICANS KILLED the men who havent overcoats use HalGauchat of Clarksville came v Â¬ Lost IWon Clubs blankets and none are suffering over on their wheels and spent Sun31 14 7 Cincinnati We caught up with the first section day in the city 16 Another Fight With Spaniards at 30 Cleveland at Denver in time to hear Col 16 Messrs Jas Hooser and John Boston i30 Guantahamo Smiths speech of thanks for the Winfree will go to Cadiz this even Â¬ Baltimore 17 24 21 New York i tf4 elegant reception ing to attend a grand ball to be Chicago A delayed dispatch from Ilayti 22 J33 At Colorado Springs hundreds of given at that place to night says- 23 Pittsburg 4t ladies crowded the depot and the 24 ft a18 Ellis McKee son of Mr L H Philadelphia Lieutenant Colonel R AV Hunt boys were once more proffered with 26 ingtons battalion ofmarines which for Louis- Â¬ Brooklyn McKee left this morning 28 fruit and sandwiches Just as the ville to enter the Bryant Stratton St Louis A v 30 landed from the transport Panther Washington in a handsome lady JL6t train pulled Business College 33 on Friday and encamped on the Louisville v4 rushed up and commenced shaking hill guarding the abandoned cable MrFrank WalshofWalloniawho hands with the soldiers She was station at the entrance to the outer SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY Mrs Margaret Davis Hayes eldest has been attending Bethel College harbor of Guantanamo was engag Â¬ was in daughter of Jefferson Davis She Russellville the past year Cincinnati at Louisville ed in beating off a bush attack by Baltimore at Washington brought fruit flowers and was tear- Â¬ the city to day on his way home Spanish guerillas and regulars of Gra St Louis at Chicago fully profuse in her welcome and Mr J J Smith and wife Saturday afternoon The fighting New York at Brooklyn Bod speed to the sons of the men cey who have been spending a was almost continuous for thirteen Philadelphia at Boston who fought for her father week with relatives in Nashville hours until 6 oclock Sunday morn At Pueblo which was reached returned home to day when reinforcements were Capt Allan Will Return ing about noon there was an immense Prof Livingston McCarty went landed from the Marblehead Capt J P BAllan of South Ken- Â¬ crowd and the already plethoric to Paducah to day to attend the Four of our men were killed and tucky College is spending this week commissary received additional Sunday School Union Convention one wounded The advance piclc lunches and the like We leave which will be in session in that city with Mr John P Burnett on South ets under Lieutenants Neville and Main street before returning to here for the Royal Gorge and all until Thursday his home near Atlanta Ga where Shaw are unaccounted for Among are impatient to see something grander than Pikes Peak which Mrs James A McKenzie of Oak he will spend the summer Capt the killed isAssistantSurgeon John Grove returned home to day She Allan has held the chair of Latin Blair Gibbs son of Major Gibbs of we have passed was accompanied by her daughter and Greek in the college for the the regular army who fell in the Mrs Potter who will spend some past three years and will return Custer massacre His home was at CIRCUIT COURT time in Christian next year This speaks more than Richmond Va but he has been practicing in New York and he en Mr Frank B Richardson who any words could of his ability arid ffi Two Divorces Granted and One tered the service since the war be- Â¬ has been threatened with a serious of the esteem in which he is held by Case Decided off- Â¬ yj return of his old trouble inflamma- Â¬ the authorities of the college A gan He was a very popular Â¬ tory rheumatism left for St Louis strict disciplinarian in the class icer Tne others killed are Ser To dayhas been a light day in to day to get a leave of absence room he is genial and popular in geant Charles H Smith of Small Circuit Court only unimportantmat from his home and will go at once society and has a host of friends in wood Private William Dunphy of Gloucester Mass and Private tcrs occupying the courts attention to Hot Springs to take a course of the city James McColgan of Stoneham 5 W G McGehee was granted a di- Â¬ baths Prof Kirkpatricks Departure Mass Corporal Glass was acci- Â¬ Mc- Â¬ vorce from his wife Martha Now Ready for Boarders The departure from our city of dentally wounded in the head Gehee Mrs McGehee failed to re- Â¬ The Spanish loss is unknown but for two Mrs J F Wells beautiful brick Mr C T Kirkpatrick sist the granting of the divorce it was probably considerable The Mr McGehee paid the costs and residence on West Seventh street years principal of the City High was restored to all the rights of a has been completed and Mrs Wells School is much to be rejrreued splashes of blood found at daylight single man has opened a boarding houso for Through conversation with Mr at the position the Spaniards oc- Â¬ Carrie Harned was granted a di- Â¬ the accommodation of the public Kirkpatrick it was the understand- Â¬ cupied indicate fatalities but their vorce from Joab Harned First class board furnished by the ing of the Board that he could not comrades carried off the killed and The case of the Tudor Iron day week or month Transient accept his position here unlessMiis wounded DAILY MARKET REPORT- Works against the Empire Coal business also solicited This new salary was increased Under vthe the is large airy and convient present financial condition Company was dismissed settled building L O Garrett and T D Jamchon ly located and has all modern im- Â¬ Board was unable to make the ad Â¬ Corrected Dully Ity Hen JtuwlltiB HitnUur anil Iiroker Hoiikliisvllle Ky were excused from the grand jury provements including electric vance so Mi Kirknatrick will not c TT Icnvns tnmnrmiviin and R M Hurt and PW Hood put lights hot and cold baths etc rpiTinm JTAJ Chicago Market v in their places Fare the best and rates very rea- Â¬ obeuiance to a call from a Opg Higtj Closing J T Steger and Wm Bronaugh sonable Parties desiring a pleas- Â¬ known Tennessee institution Cash Wheat 85 from further service ant place to board would do well to were relieved 80 77 July Wheat 80 on the petit jury Death of Mr A C BakefJ BF ring 187 or call on Mrs Wells for 71 Sept Wheat 70 TPtf he case of Ed Pool vs G W terms and full particulars Mr A C Baker a former citizen 32 32 32 July Corn McGee suit to recover land was of this place died in Houston Tex His Arm in a Sling 3333 33 Sept Corn decided in favor of the defendant yesterday while on a visit tohis Mr L P Guthrie went to Sink Â¬ 23 23 July Oats fr 23tf only child Mr Baker lived inGal v 9 67 9 42 ing Fork on his wheel Sunday and veston July Pork 9 G74 The Latest Improved Soda Water and was a man of promi- Â¬ while riding radidly along a rough 5 72 5 70 5 72 nence and large property intefesW July Lard Apparatus 5 37 5 47 road took a header and sustained 5 47 July Ribs He was a resident of Hopkinsville m One hand was Is now in operation at Candy severe bruises 45 years ago and married MisslSu Sept wheat puts Gi calls 71 Kitchen I am prepared to serve sprained and is now much swollen Now York Stocks and Cotton san Summers of this countyffa the following drinks Ice Cream and is being carried in a sling l py nijft Closing sister of Mrs J O Cooper TjIIe mi Soda Plain Soda Lemonade Milk Pulled Off His Horse G 54 65 years of age 6 48 6 54 was about Aug Cotton iW Shake Sweet Apple Cider Orange 1 11 tf I 11 Policeman John West rode under Am Tob 4 10 4 Cider Ginger Ale and Pop on Ice Died at Empire 1 99 Chicago Gas 1 OOtf I OOtf a wire clothes line last night and Ice Cream sold by the pint quart 1 04 1 05 i 05 was pulled from his horse and con- Â¬ George Goldsworthv a young C B Q gallon or any way you want it wnue uaruer wno N 52 52 52tf Fruits Sweet Oranges Bananas siderably bruised In falling he Hotel Latham shop worked intne L while the hotel Manhattan1 05 04 10 lost a valuable ring from his finger Lemons Apples Shelled and was running died Monday nightfat Sugar 1 38 1 39 J 38 Roasted Peanuts Home Made Can- Â¬ He was able to be on duty as usual 3 23 to day 23 iuipuv h no t iiu iiiiii ueen living Coal Iron Fancy Cream Chocolate dies for borne time past He left a num Â¬ Puts 73 Calls 75on Sep Wheat Caramels Peanut Candy Taffy ber of friends here who will be sor- Â¬ Chicago KecelntB To day Hot Whew French Chewing Taffy Cocoanut ry to learn of his death U 74 Cars w Wheat Candy Lemon Drops French Can Â¬ Then why not get a Gas Range 867 Cars Corn t dies Mixed Etc and keep the heat out of the house Oats 249 Cars Remember the place where the It is more economical than coal or weary can rest where the Hungry wood absolutely free from danger Gal Newstead School Class of explosion can be purchased at can cat and the thirsty drink jobbers prices with 30 days trial The Newstead school taught by Breslin Candy Kitchen and 30 feet of service pipe free from Miss Georgia Moxley has ceased Ninth Street between 1st Nation- Â¬ the Hopkinsville Gas and Light and Miss Moxley will spend the al and Post Ofllce Howe building Main Company All Kinds Vegetables summer months in this city street Open from 7 to 9 in the Ask for Mr Patton Reported Seizure Not Credited evening Pattin is Dead PLENTY OP Manager rt fJ Ih Madrid June 14- - Special Henry Pattin col who was shot m Rember the flalne the Chamber of Deputies yesterday the neck by Geo Hopper Saturday Senor1Capdon Minister of the In Â¬ Place to et your fine Merchant ir night near Pee Dee is dead from terior said the government had no Tailoring is by Fowright Pants AT qt the Americans hay made for 3 5 7 and Sujts14 TIopper is at ill at his wound information ing weimi Marianne Inland W530 vf nj hore tp day -- Death of Two MaLadl Mrs Joseph Maacham 6f the Two Hopkinsville Soldier Boys Pilot Rock neighborhood who had been ill or some time died Sunday Thrash a Bluffer and was burled in the Kirkmans Privates Howard Buoh and Jfln villc neighborhood Monday In the Wooton two of Hopkinsvilles same neighborhood Miss Polly Ann light weight soldiers had a fight Utlcy a relative JSev J U Sour- at Chickamauga afewdays ago With Minr died at the age of 57 years She a big felldw named Cornelius The was a member of the Baptist scrap was a somewhat friendly one church if they Cornelius offering them May Be OffTo Morrow could whip him The boys promptly Washington June 19 Special accepted the challenge and waded into him the result of the combat A message received from Gen Mer being a disastrous defeat for the ritt to Gen Corbin says the third bluffer Cornelius put up the money expedition to Manila will be ready which the referee turned over tb the to leave San Francisco Wednesday Cornelius then went to and is expected to leave then victors Capt Gaines and asked to have his Soldier Miles In Town money refunded but Gaines sus Â¬ Private E C Miles of Marion tained the boys and told Cornelius that he would put him in the ofuard Ky a member of Co A Third house for fighting if he raised any Regiment who has been at home on further disturbance over his own a furlough is in the city on his way to Chickamauga to rejoin his com- Â¬ proposition and its result pany Four Boys Drowned City Court Hatters Ottumwa la June 14 Spe- Â¬ Only ono case was tried in the cial Fred Jepson Roy Fetter Police Court toulay Charles Dode John Whitaker and Darwise Wel col was arraigned on a charge of son aged 12 to 14 years sons of breach of the peace and fined 51 prominent people were drowned and costs while bathingin a pond last eve It is getting abouttime to cut the V only remaining cable some more ning FIGHT AT CHICKAMAUGA vK- 500 a Suit V - - - J r V wI t M - i rtw rimMiUwjEiiii l lv s - For one week beginning to V1 June t Vr 13 1 we will sell Mens fine all wool plain grey tricot cassimere con nionly known as Harris cassimere Sack Suits Usually SOLD at 1250 -- FOR Four SIZES 34 TO 38 ONLY 500 shades of gray light gray medium gray tanish gray and dark gray The reason for the above price is that the pants do not match the coats and vests exactly in shade - I Biggest Suit Bargain Ever Offered 1 I I J H Anderson - - k Co V mmmmwmwmmwmmmmmwmmmwmmm The Columbia Chainless t I I k - 4 Isnt It Raspberres40c Is a Grand Success rutu iimi L 1 to nnd tlio only clmitilosa Hint has given pucqoss and Iiub proven it self ho Wo frnvo them on oxhibitjon bs well m a number of Co lumbia inuko of ohttiu whpejs from 25 to 75 We carry the boat iasortmont of Bioycle Sundries and cf al kinds Wo do all kinds of export rermiriujf 11 Wt promptly dona We are headquarter for Gns Ilicjfcl and CarbltcJkrGfve ub a call Yours to pleas Repairing Â¬ tMP v w WalhV Grocery nnitiiHitssiuilfUifM fi ML MOSS OQ