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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 fl W Drntu jCtntuchiatL HAWAII SPAIN s A a VOL 1 NO 42 HOPKINSVILLE KY WEEDSDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 15 1898 RUSH PEIOE 2 CENTS A WOMANS PIST01 TO KLONDIKE People Hiram Kiilcn Shot Twice iiua Already Row With Jane Fox 30000 Have Crossed Lake Bennett Vote On Annexation The Matter Has Been Investigated Many Arc in Frail Boats and Large by the Grand Jury Now Loss of Life is Feared in Session Spe- Â¬ Wash June 15 cial Lake Bennett News says 4000 boats with 30000 souls have sailed to the Klondike within the ipast ten days As many of theboat imen are inexperienced a large loss 01 iiiu is ieareu Refuses an Exchange to Resolution Today Will Be Taken at 5 Oclock In The House i Tacoma It the multiplicity of shooting scrapes that haveoccurred since the graud jury assembled one that nrrtirrnrl in iUt Pnmliintro tmifrlil inr hood last Saturday night was inim measure overiooKeu iv rumor ra the trouble reached the Kentuckia a day or two ago but not until to day could a correct account be oo j 9 tained Princinal araontr the narticinants 111 Lieut Hobson Says He Has No Authority From His Government Â¬ ADMIRAL KIRKLAND r 1T0 fight were Hiram Killen and a woj man named Jane Fox The trouble Special The House will vote at 5 occurred at a colored festival about Washington June 15 oclock this afternoon on Mr Newlands resolution to annex the two miles cast of Pembroke Both Killen and the woman used pistolsl Sandwich Islands to the United States and several shots were fired on both sides It is not known for certain whether other parties used pistols or not as there was a general row Killen was shot twice one ball tak- Â¬ ing effect in Hanging in his hand his arm and the other Subject His wounds were n6t such as to disable him and he at Special The Cuban legation has been ad- Â¬ Washington June 15 once skipped out and has not been vised that the notorious Spanish Spy Aldofo Vera is operating at Key heard from since West and other points in Florida During the melee a bystander known as Slick was struck by a stray ball and a quart bottle of The Don Carlos whisky was broken in his pocket The bullet was stopped by the Has More Trouble in Store bottle and Slick sustained no more serious damage than the loss Â¬ of his liquor Special London June 15 The London Chronicles Paris corThe Fox woman has appeared reports a secret visit to Don Carlos and adds that either respondent before the grand jury and was per- Â¬ London or Brussels will be the headquarters of the Carlist propaganda mitted to home No report i WUilL HCCIIlb IU IlilVU UUtMl 1- - 1 j 1 1 il ITUC I I Retire on July 3 and Make Room for Sampsons Promotion June 14 Washington Mdmiral Win Spanish Spy at Key WestA m the West Indies whose actual rank in the navy is that of Captain ions as he had no instructions from his government authorizing him to will become a Commodore on the do so third proximo by the statutory re- Â¬ New York June 15 Special The Heralds Havana dispatch says Capt Gen Blanco yesterday refused to treat with Lieut Ludlow manding the naval forces operating of the Terror regarding the exchange of Lieut Hobson and his compan- Acting com T Sampson for a tirement for age of Rear Admiral Wm Kirkland commandant of the Mare Island Cal navy yard who is now the ranking officer of the navy Watch that Spanish Fleet Must Be Fixing to Sneak Across Madrid June 15 Special It is regarded now as probable that Camaras fleet will indefinitely postpone its departure from Cadiz Minister Aunon being convinced of the inefficiency of the ships Â¬ MovementSpain The Twickenham at Key West With a Big Cargo of Coal June 15 SpccialThe steamer Twickenham was brought here this morning by a prize crew from the St Louis with 3 000 tons of coal aboard Key West I return has been made on the case and it is m A Transport Purchased English Steamer for a Transport not known what action was taken tnougn tne natural conclusion is that no indictment was found PRIZE VESSELS Are After Those New Bonds Many WouldBe Subscribers In addition to Admiral Kirkland other Admirals will retire dur Â¬ 000 This morning subscription began in earnest there being many Key West Fla June 15 The ing the next few months by opera- Â¬ patriotic citizens in at the beginning uf business following is a list of the prize ves tion of the law on account of age Goes sels and their cargoes which are to They are Admiral Jos N Miller Gone be sold at public auction in the cit commanding the Pacific station Montgomery Siecard of Key West on Monday June 27 Admiral at 11 a m to the highest bidder President of the Naval War Board Admiral E O Matthews President Special Norfolk Va June 15 The cruiser Newark that sailed for cash Steamer Argon auta steamer Am- of the Examining and Retiring from the Navy yard here Saturday afternoon it is reported has gone to Pans June 15 Special The Cabinet this morning determined brosia Bolivar bark Carlos F Board Admiral F S Bruce com- Â¬ Santiago to place in the hands of President Faure the resignations of the entire Rose barkentine Lorenzo brigan manding the New York navy yard Â¬ tine Frisquita schooners Candita and Admiral G S Norton com- membership There is talk of M Ribots being called upon to form anew ministry Matilde Sophia Hinero Scala An- manding the Washington navy Coils yard With the exception of Ad- Â¬ tonio y Paco Quadc de Setembre Orient Antonio Suarez Poder de miral Miller all of these officers are Dios Espana Fernandito Santi- likely to be retained in their pres- Â¬ FIGHTING EACH OTHER IN THE ago Apostol Severita sloop Par ent places after their retirement A Shanghai dispatch says the Philip- Â¬ quitta Special Berlin June 15 during the continuance of the war ABSENCE OF SPANISH ENEMIES pine insurgents are now only a mile and a half from Manila which they Also at the same time and place with Spain because of the non- Â¬ will be sold the cargoes of said ves availability of officers on the active have entirely surrounded Old Point Comfort Va June 15 A not occurred at Special Retired list to places It is understood that they will endeavor to force the surrender of the sels consisting of 3500 sacks of officers take their to duty of this midnight last night at Phoebers one mile trom here between the are subject First rice 1468 sacks of flour 373 sacks Spanish and establish an independent gevernment before the American of 100 cases of codfish 1943 kind in time of war at the discretion Maryland Volunteers and the regulars from Fortress Monroe beans 0or reintorcements arrive 300 were fighting in the streets and the police were powerless sacks of sugar 68 cases of sardines of the President This 1750 boxes of vermicelli and macamorning it is learned that the regulrrs stopped the trouble and arrested Senator Aldrich Re Elected roni 47 cases of cigars 81 bundles Newport R I June 15 Special 75 of those engaged in the light Two men arc in the hospital from in Â¬ of sleet 51 cases of mineral water The June session of the general juries received 170 cases and barrels of beer 1200 cases of canned goods 418 bales of assembly convened here yesterday Bad paper seven cases of paper bags and at noon there was voting for a Two More Marines 10 hogsheads of wine and 262 cases United On board Olivette Port Tampa June 14 Â¬ Special The expedi States Senator for six years tion has left with Santiago as its supposed destination About 17000 of chocolate These are to be sold from March 4 1899 to succeed Nel- Â¬ of men arc in the expedition All aboard the Olivette are newspaper men by John F Horr United States son W Aldrich vote was as The Marshal for the Southern district of and members of the hospital corps Kingston Jamaica June 15 Special The second attack of 300 Aldrich 35 follows Senate Florida Spanish upon the 900 marines intrenched on Crest Heights Guantanamo Aldrich 61 Andrews 1 House Another Army Ready to Start Senator Bay began Sunday night and continued until Monday at daybreak Andrews 2 Garvin 1 Getting Move Spe- Â¬ San Francisco June 15 Aldrich being the choice will be The bodies of fifteen Spaniards were discovered The marines still hold It is possible that the third cial formally elected tomorrow The their ground The Marblehcad has been re enforced by the Dolphin to The expedition for the relief of Dewey Andrews mentioned is President protect the marines Two Americans were killed and at least 2 wounded will leave at noon to dayi The Washington June 15 Special There is some conflict as to the precise nature of the casualties on Steps have already been taken Andrews of the Brown University far the selection of troops from Camp Alger allotted supplies and ammunition the American side and Chickamauga for the A Registry Bill Passed rto Rico expedition Orders for the movement of fifteen regiments at are all on board and there is no One report says that Sergt Maj He iry Gooile and Private Tauman Special Washington June 15 i Chickamauga are expected at any time reason for delay killed the former by a bullet and the latter by a fall from the cliff The House has passed the bill were Britishers Register a Kick granting t American registry to and that four privates were wounded Another report gives the killed Sp- Â¬ foreign built specialists and union Â¬ as two marines and the injured as Sergt Maj Goode and Private Newport Nevs June 15 TWO five Arrangements have been com- Â¬ Special New Orleans June 15 List of Those to Be Sold pleted for the purchase of the British steamer Bandi a large transport West June 27th vessel capable of carrying 3000 men at Key REAR ADMIRAL KIRKLAND Washington June 15 Special The regular subscription to the bond issue received at the State Treasury yesterday amounted to 43 Another Cruiser South Â¬ Newark Bound for Santiago French Cabinet Has to PiecesAnother Crisis in France Â¬ Winding the Around Manila Â¬ Insurgents Almost Ready to Strike Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Left Tampa on TuesdayAn Unexplained Delay in Starting Slain Results Shatters Delay ReadTlb Porto Rican Invasions a of the crews of the fast cruisers Yale and EXPEDITION Harvard threaten trouble They KINGS refuse to go to sea because the two Â¬ Ran Francisco Junt J5 Special ThfrtMfd Expedition will sail Trans Atlantic liners were con verted to menOf war which they Jwnefc Under Gaii Pfft ItwM cornet of two Mlitliona of tho Slat claim violates the terms of enlist Â¬ iVouaa 11th MliywoiQ 13th Kansas aiTM 7th cavalry ment of tfis American lino NUMBER THIRTEENS GEN ecialsThe British element ists to be used as transports Tauman UNfcpY Lived Nearly a Century Government Wants More Ships Loinpa Fields col one of the oldest persons in the county died New York June 15 Special T e Government is endeavoring to Monday evening ncarCaHky after She was CH years obtain fifteen additional transports lor tlu Porto Rican expedition Two a long illness SpaiUh prize ships the Pedro andGuido will be retained ab transjiortsg old m m- r- r- u r Published evWy oviinlnir except Sunday by CXA8 ff--i- p R tbe Dail ftentuckiail Delivered by carriers to all parU of tho city POST DISPATC SNAPi JSHOTS Blanco is t ibstitutlng ldinbast for bombs but it is the besiie can at do just now Tremendous Sacrifice IN NEW GOOD- S- X KBAOXAM BIB 8 Main 10 CENTS TXK WXMC - V gUBgOBIPTION KATES 35 Per Week Month in Advance 100 Per Year in Advance Per 0 Months in Advance Pem fe The press of Berlin is jfitll- of Wind It will feel better gaffer a 10 while 400 perhaps lfMi and Fulton Ky all claim to have felt an earthquake shock Tuesday morning- Evans villcInd Memphis Tcnn ITEMS STOLEN AND COMPILED The American flotilla now enroute to Santiago consists of 49 vessels 14 of them warships and the army aboard numbers nearly 15000 men It must have made the American gunners at Havana mighty mad to Â¬ The June term of the Federal Court is in session at Frankfort Dr R L Bone a leading- phy Â¬ sician of Madisonville has gone to New York to locate Owensboros park is to be opened at night in future arrangements having- been made for lighting- it - ti I fe fir The recruiting- officer at Owens be bantered for a fight by the Span ing etc before making their purchases Everything new and in all boro secured twenty two volunteers ish and to be prevented by orders departments to fill vacancies in the Third regi from Washington from accommo Â¬ ment dating the insolent dons The Owensboro Canning Company fieady-To-We- ar Count Castellane who married put up the product of 210 acres of Anna Gould is not so much of a peas It turned out 15000 cans per dude after all He cleaned up a day hurt They are Dandies made by the best tailors and from THE BEST OLOTH Paris editor yesterday in a sword AtMayfield Mrs Edith Carney ddubtless--prefer Santiago would r JT combat for accusing one of his ser- Â¬ filed a 525000 damage ilU suit ag ainst any number of native earthquakes vants of infanticide A Sam Clark who is charged with to the American earthquakes that lie we liave have arrived there by sea and land wife her husbands murder Mrs Stewart L Woodford GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU Councilman Will Eads of Padu just now of Gen Woodford American minis- Â¬ ter to Spain arrived this week from cah against whom charges of It is said that schoolmasters in Havre on the French line steamer bribery were preferred has de- Â¬ Italy are applying for places as REMEMBER THE PEACE Next Door to Hardwicks La Bretagne with her daughter manded an investigation chimney sweepers It is likely that pier to Gen Woodford was at the During the past week twenty the Spanish schoolmasters have welcome his wife and daughter and two patients for surgical operations been in that business for a long escorted them to Brooklyn were received at the Illinois Rail time road Hospital at Paducah George Washington has just been Gen Gomez who is still beef- Can- Â¬ Â¬ hanged in Texas for murder The Lawrence Telephone Comin jr Uia trnnn if IB unirltn nSRlSt not something be put into the Con- Â¬ the American invasion at Santi pany at Ashland filed articles The immense stock of clothing shoes and furnishing goods is fast disappearing ago but really to prevent Gen with the Secretary of State increas- Â¬ stitution that will protect our great Garcia from becoming too promi- - ing its capital stock from 12000 to names from promiscuous applica- Â¬ at th Mammoth Clothing Shoe Cos store Yet we have some elegant goods to tion nent as an insurgent leader Go- Â¬ 24000 sacnfice- - Heie are a few things that are attracting attention Bargains that are mez is jealous of Garcias increasiThe English are annoying Wil Col Alexander Hogeland has leaving our house every day v ng- popularity caused the Lexington Ministers to liam Waldorf Astor by still regard- Â¬ become interested in a movement to ing him as an American Not be The war revenue bill was signed secure Balbriggnn Undershirts sold all over town aUOc the passage oi a cunew or- Â¬ inr reararded in America as an 25c Our Price by the President promptly and is dinance American and not accepted in Eng Â¬ I Monarch Colored Shirts worth SlfiO Our Price of the land The tax now the law land as an Englishman what is 100 There is a scheme on foot in Lex- Â¬ Mr Astor to do How little the f yon bpth tobacco and beer is doubled Mens Heavy Cheviot Work Shirts sold at 50c QC i and the increase on many other ington to get rid of all teachers generality of mankind can realize fM Our Price h articles is very heavy Wars are who have been in the schools for the sorrows of a millionaire j Mens Fancy Colored Shirts sort nud Negligee OCn v EW expensive but we must have them ten years in order to make room for jOO with and without collars lauudried worth fiOc There is beer in the regimental new teachers Scrivens ElaBtic Drawers sold at S100 Our canteen of the volunteer army 65c Price It is believed at Frankfort that and the alarm that beer is perilous Childrens Shoes and Blippers sold at 100 Our Refugees arriving at Kingston the Court of Appeals decision in in the tropics will scarcely frighten 50c Price from Havana say that the most ab- Â¬ the Prison Commission case will be any American soldier Indeed Childreus Shoes and Slippers sold at 125 Our ject conditions prevail in Havana accepted by both sides and the case 65c Price People and horses are dying in the will not be taken to a higher court there are many men who whilethey Childreus Shoes anu Slippers sold at 150 Our 7Cp might ljesitate to go in frontoajcan- street for want of food and Blanco The town of Wickliffe recently non would never flinch beforejJeer1 is making- a vain endeavor to se voted in favor of the sale of liquor Ladies 150 Kid Shoes lace and button all toos QQn whisky of any kind whatever cure provisions by assisting- vessels The Commonwealth Attorney has or nud sizes Our Price 5750 i Miss Willie Hicks speakingof to run the blockade Lilly Brackett now filed a suit to prevent the city Ccs 5 00 Mens Shoes Our Cf said to council granting any such license the thralldom of woman the assembled editors at Eureka Our Leading Brands of S3 00 Shoop nil styles Theexpression Hobsons Choice A operator at blind tiger 2 25 Our Price But now tne ark of that V from the custom of To- Â¬ Beaver Dam attacked the editor of Springs originated hoary covenant of masculine stupid- Â¬ Cam- Â¬ HUMi i bias Hobson a liveryman at llllta the Gleaner because his paper was bridge who claimed to give his fighting the illegal sale of liquor ity and the fetters of womans gen Â¬ ln our llild liave made patrons choice of forty horses but The newspaper however contin- Â¬ ius at last lie broken at the feet of a higher and nobler civilization Our 450 500 and 6 00 1same invaribly gave them all the same ues the fight Miss Willie Hne8 at 3 oo 0ur 3 50 and 400 lines at 2 00 however admitted Hobsons Choice as now horse Mens A Montgomery county child born If you want the best and cheapest suit you ever bought call used means the only choice to be last week will have to struggle farther on that they of that rug- Â¬ roods in proportion ged and unfortunate gender have in at once as this sacrifice cannot hold on always taken through life with the name George many lovable traits of character Lafayette Sampsqn Dewey Lee and are yet a necessity in the econ- Â¬ Admiral Montejo the Spanish Botts omy of the world commander at the battle of Manila William Moore aged 71 years of has been heard from at last He Boone county Kentucky has laid Hopkinsville Produce Market1 T J- says he had nothing to fight with in bed for 3G years When LOTI-IING-9 Cash prices paid by Hoplunavillpi about although he had constantly asked years of age his spine was injured merchants for better ships and torpedoes He by a fall from a horse producing Bucon put up the best fight he could The Present Crisis partial paralysis and rendering Hams country against heavy odds and let his him helpless for life 810c Shoulders 4i535Jo ships go down rather than surrend John Becker a white man about Sides them 57o fifty years old who on April 8 Lard 67c An ex Confederate soldier who killed Myrtle Huffmeister aged six- Â¬ Country Produce Ivd has a son in the Second Tennessee teen was lynched by a mob this Is the Only Butter 7 lB174o Regiment and has grown very pa- Â¬ week at Great Bend Kan The Eggs St Louig Paper ij3c triotic over the present war with girl refused to accept the advances Now feathers 2885o With Its Own Staff Correspondents Spain is responsible for the follow- Â¬ of Becker and this is the cause of Beeswax at all 181o At Havana Points of Interest the tragedy 9 ing verselet Tallow 2A o mm a Mr Sylvestor Scovel Fitz has jined the Yankees GiiiBong per lb The truth is out at last and the 2225 At Madrid Joe Wheelers donned the blue naval portion of the war is about ifOo Honey Mr A E Hough tou If they furgit the civil war over unless the United States be- Â¬ Tub washed wool l26o At Washington - r JSK i i Why darn it I kin too Mr Stophon Bonsai comes aggressive and goes across vreiiBeu I8gj lpc At Now York the ocean to destroy the Spanish Poultry j Mr Morton WatkinB Anguinaldo the Philippine in- Â¬ reserve squadron Admiral Cama Y chickens li vo per lb ii 8c surgent leader in a proclamation ra has notified his government that Roosters y2d TUB NEWS OF THE DAY IN to his followers has commanded his squadron is insufficient to meet Grai- nthem to observe the rules of civil- Â¬ the Americans and it is probable he THE POST DISPATCH jf3 Clover per bushel ized warfare He says the United will not court certain destruction uru iuu 15 cents a week sevon days if de States will help them win theirfree but remain at Cadiz indefinitely livered by agontj 60 cents a month Wheat dom from the tyranny of Spain and Spain seems to be in the middle of if sent by mail Corn shelled JBOo that they must act in a way to se- Â¬ a very bad fix and if the war is not t cure the respect of this country very speedily ended it will be Livestock Hogs j833l30 He warns his men that those who owing to the mismanagement of the Sheep S2501TB0 disobey will be shot Al jnoroly nominal nrlco tho Now York American side of it CHttlo Ledger 1b making 011a of most up-to-d- ate i The naturalization of Phjjydent Doles whiskers will add material ly to our national decoration President McKinley should dispatch some trusty Joab to smite Brother Aimer under the fifth rib The lazy Spaniards would laugh if they knew how many Spanish fleets have been seen by American coast people Should Spcakef Reeds nephew be expelled from Madrid the Czar will expect a large addition to the Spanish indemnity Queen Natalies offqr of a hospi- Â¬ tal ship to Spain seems to indicate Natalies opinion that a great many Spaniards are going to get Â¬ JO METZS STORE The Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Buvers 9im yj0W FiV44 o is Ml THE PUBLIC Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goocls Notion SClofli h SEE Our m- - Salts m N TV j- tie Best Latest Styles WS Â¬ TNE LAST ROUND - - io II I PI rv hiIn i in1 n J1KJ 0AnircASHXrGe THEPOSHISPATCH MAMMOTH SHOE OO 1 Whiskies Brandies Wine Cordials O Â¬ v There are many Spurious Kinds and many NO GOOD KINDS Then there is a BEST K1ND 5 it Vf j the man Leiter forced to deliver him 1 wheat at 85 cents last fall has now come to the front again and has bought all of Leiter a cash wheat in the north- Â¬ west amounting to 4000000 or 5 000000 bushels and may take up all the rest about 3000000 There Will apparently be little difficulty in winding up Leiters deal inas Â¬ much as it is authoritively stated that rnore bids have been received for AX cash wheat than Lejtcr has Thdre Ib a fair prospect that Leit itrU creditors wjll loua uoilpg P I Armour K Hearst owner of the New York Journal- - has sued the New Hides and FurB York World for 500000 damages Green hides for publishing a statement that the Green salted hides Dry Hint Journals dispatch boat Buccaneer had been seized for having on board Vegetables complete plans of the defenses of Now potatoos per bushol Florida harbors the intimation be Cabbage per head ing that the Journal was attempt- Â¬ Hay ing to aid the Spanish The suit has brought out the iact that tint Clover per owt Good Timothy Buccaneeris in effect a government vessel through Mr JJearstB gene Â¬ Flour Retail rosity It looks like Mr Pulitzer Paiont par bblf wpuld have to put irp something Standard per bbl W Calves S2504 11 3504 tho romnrknblu uameracmeraoi inoaeason TJioynro Bonding out an lmmonso number of oamnras to all partH of tho United StatoH It la In reality hut 67o 1012o 7jo j jGOp for tho Camera with oomploto outfit for pho- luKiuiuiiiiK miu uuvuiuiiiiiK ouiui lo unv xor mil nartioulam reuarrilna this reinarVab of- for an it Is extremely llmltod Tho Uamorals thoroiiKhly high Krado and first olnss In every resnouttlttcd with all modorn ImprovnmenU Miiuyuij rupiuaujiiuu uiiu 10 suuiuiiivuu OAMEHA DEPAIWMENT Fiftsr Cerats NEW LGIIQKU and at as low prices as the spu Â¬ rious kinds are Sold A TRBAL The best Kind isvhat we SELL IS CONVINCING 2Co THE 6fo I7Q0 - YORK UUJInlNG LEDGER Royal Liquor Co fcyriuor Store iu Christian County - NYOITY Hia0 U Xh tm1 uyi miumJJiit JiwUsauud Wfttolios ill IrlnUiiKlrewB Air Klilw mul nigi m nuthinonomuJMjkikink many valuabj frtloltw are to bu UlnL0 Hlvi Kay York D flVC Should send at onoe for special pro Wy 203 ouriAllAlH TJI jifJkM1 iedrr I1m MulWin Nov Vtirit U weiav Ni u juxj jammtvn fc A BIBLE TEXT J V KV Oavc Fighting Hob Evans His if i tf Sobriquet Captain Pobley D Evans ot the battleship Iowa did not win his title of Fighting Bobbin the Civil war He won it as a cadet at Annapolis and merely clinched his right to it in the war When Evans entered Annapolis as a youth there waB u rule that or i no cadet should hang pictures ornament on the walls of his room The purposdwas to prevent sons of wealthy pardrits from making a display which the poorer cadets could not emulate When Evans trunk was carried to his room the first thing he did was to take from it a brass headed nail and a framed Bible text Standing on his bed the new ca- Â¬ det hammered the nail into the wall He hung with a convenient shoe the text on the nail and was stand Â¬ ing back reviewing it with his head A on one side when an officer burst Ltf into the room War News mvHnmmiaiJiiw ti mmmmmmtmmmmmm9 To the Driving Public 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 WfWM i ft n1 9 TUB Hi m a is no need for the peopie oi opiunsvme ana flEEE AfV Kkf m Take that thing down f he wj shouted What thing demauded Evans with his hands in his pockets and his chin advanced That that picture thing spluttered the officer Tisnt a picture said Evans convincingly Take it down roared the of- Â¬ ficer Go to blazes retorted Evans The officer thought his dignity might be compromised if he attempt- Â¬ ed to enforce the order He report- Â¬ That ed to the officer of the day officer summoned Evans before him explained the rule and ordered him to take down the text 2 i and neighboring towns to sub- - P scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most re- - 1 liable war news f m The Daily Telegraph Service 5 I Kentuckians J w t V t 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 sr rings bracket front or piano bed Comfortable common sense buggies with wide seats and PI M T buggies for the courting youths of this vicinity with rubber tires if you want them that way wV Evans said his mother had asked him to hang the text on the wall of his room and his mothers wish was more binding on him than a military order 9 The text will hang there as long as I am a pupil of the acade Â¬ my he said firmly The officer of the day referred the matter to the commandant Evans stood firm and the com- Â¬ mandant made a report to the Navy A letter came com- Â¬ Department manding Cadet Evans to at once lower the text Evans stood pat Qther officials wrote letters and fin all v the Sec- Â¬ retary of the Navy himself ordered that the text be removed Evans wrote to his father The senior Evans wrote back for Bob to stand by his text and if it should be taken down to pack it in his trunk and come home Mr Evans Sr told the church They held an in- Â¬ people about it dignation meeting and the leaders wrote letters to their Congressmen The newspapers got hold of it The Congressmen asked questions in the House and letters by the bush Â¬ el poured in on the Secretary of the Navy The rule was not abrogated but quiet wink was passed down the a line and Bob Evans Bible text stayed on the wall The cadets of the academy gave the lad the sobriquet of Fighting Bob and it has hung to him ever since Still Fighting on Credit Governor Bradley has received no orders as to when the two bat- Â¬ talions will be organized under Colson They will probaby move the first of next week He has tel- Â¬ egraphed to Washington Senator Lindsay and the entire Kentucky delegation asking that the Second and Third regiments be paid at once as they have been enlisted now more than a month and their families need the money New War Joke Mr Jno W Shaffer the popular clerk in the general freight office of the Louisville and Nashville Rail Â¬ road Company Louisville is the author of a new joke in which the present war heroes Dewey Samp- Â¬ son and Schley figure The joke is simply this j c Is now en mil to thn best anr povnrs TI all matters of interest at home and f yi abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and k is every department of the paper supplied with a news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky Â¬ r 41 r- - aacT- - i m Among the high grade buggies we sell are DelkerS Troys and Woodhulls We handle a number of cheaD 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bonnd Bt Louis and Olilcsfto Fast trolus have Mirough tvnlna solid and alconeri fast Line stops only at important Btatlom and orosaliK8 um MirouHii ruiuuim nieep- tra toAtlftnttiOa JMADAM8Agen MME FLEURETTE LEVY HOPKINSVILLE KY Shelby villus fair begins August The Daily Kentuckian 400 PPR A i v rnf J YEAR rsn jr vffspri T a -- iV v rfl fcj TWO A10RE ARRESTS Sequel PERSONAL GOSSIP THE THIRD REQIMEMt 4 HE B ANDJHBRB HAD HIM PULLED BASEBALL SPECIAL WK A beautiful line to the Gnrrcttsburg Dr Jno V Bell of Bell i horli The Boys Arc letting Drilled Into cheap at Keach of rocking chairs A Colored Atnn Who Borrowed i Results From Yesterdays Games Cos Ninth Shape to day Horse Without asking J Shooting Saturday Night street near L N depot Cincinnati 7 Louisville 3 Mr JLacy Davidson of Lafayet Dave Gordon col aged 18cdied New York 2 Brooklyn 3 fiBy Coroner Allensworth returned is here on busiiies t Kletfer frpni4Chickanittiigacinpv in the city yesterday qvening of Suntjay morning last says the Boston 0 Philadelphia 9 W h ihid Elkton Progress Manager R B s blood poisdniiig last night from Bell Ky having in Esq J Andy Boyd or Bennetts T J AVashinglon 8 4 Baltimore 7r 2 B The men are being rapidly Kendall of the Cumberland Tefe ac- Â¬ charge Wesley Gant colored Chicago 3 7 St Louis 2 1 Albert Waggoner col died of phoneCo received a message from J town is here on business to day equipped and present a fine appear Â¬ pneumonia in the city this morning cused of complicity in the murder of A Radford at Pembroke asking Dr J 10 Stone of Ilerndon is ance in their new uniforms JSverV aged 60 HOW THEY STAND years Hewas only sick that the police of Elkfon arrest one Joe White He was lodged in jail spending the day in the city J company is being drilled as much Clubs AVon three1 days Lost c ir45 The Coroner also placed Dave Mr Marlowe Johnson was taken as it can stand and all are becom- Â¬ Henry Blakldy colored who had Qincinmiti Rev S N Vaif wishes to selPhis appropriated ing efficient 30 17 Radfords one Cleveland arrest on a suddenly ill yesterday evening sidy Cowherd col under 17 30 The water supply continued bad fine family mare with buggy will horse wagon and was enroute to Boston similar charge but released him on Rev Will Vaughn pastor of Oli- Â¬ and the men register daily kicks for dispose of her at a bargain PerÂ¬ Baltimore 19 At no- Â¬ RuHseltville Shortly after the Chicago 22 bond with Dr John P Bell his vet church is in the city to day iluM more and bolter water than is fectly safe for a lady to drive tice was received the negro drove New York 24 22 employer as surety Both men are hauled into camp There is con Â¬ Call and see our handsome suits up and Marshal Cartright arrested Pittsburg Mr R L Moore and wife of 25 23 X accused by Albert Haskin now in Pembroke were here this morning siderable sickness in camp but of furniture at bottom prices him Mr Radiord came on later Philadelphia 49 17 nothing serious Epidemics of Ger- Â¬ Keach Co s Ninth street near L paid the cost of arrest and took Brooklyn jail of having been implicated in Mr AV R Smith the Newstead man measles and mumps prevail AVashington 18 N depot his man and horse and wagon back St Louts the Idling of White Gant resisted stock dealer is in the city to day 16 and nearly all of the sickness is due JH Shadden of Atlanta is home It is Mr Radfords opinipn Louisville 15 the officer and was brought to town Mrs Margaret Glassand Mrs AV to these diseases The Third will pushinga movementsiomake Jeff that Blakley didn t intend to steal fby the Coroner in irons A Glass are in the city today shop move camp to better quarters in a Davjs birthday a legal holiday in but simply wished to return to his SCHEDULB FOR TO DAY The grand jury entered upon an ing day or two The move will not al Â¬ the South old home up in Logan and preferred j Cincinnati at Louisville investigation of the case today with Judtre James S Ragsdale of La- - ter its brigade position The condition of Mr Rice Dulin riding to walking these hot days St Louis at Chicago ol witnesses pres- - fayelte is in the city on legal busi- a large number who hasbeen dangerously ill for New York at Brooklyn HARRY Q TANDY Now Ready for Boarders ness several weeks at his home near ent Philadelphia at Boston Mrs J F AVells beautiful brick Crofton was thought to be some Mrs AV J Gill went to Madison The Young Newspaper Alan Will residence on AVest Seventh street The Latest Improved Soda Water ANOTHER FESTIVAL FIGHT what improved this morning ville Ky on a ten days visit to been completed and Mrs AVells Alnrry this flonth Apparatus Dawson is filling up fast with has relatives has opened a boarding house for Blood Shed at a Supper Near Lavisitors from abroad There are The Hopkinsville friends of Mr now one hundred and fifty pleasure the accommodation Of tjie public Is now in operation at Candy Lizzie Mercer returned Miss fayette Saturday Night from Dawson Springs this after- Â¬ Harry G Tandy of the Paducah and health seekers there an unus- Â¬ First class board furnished by the Kitchen I am prepared to serve the following drinks Ice Cream day week or month News will be interested to know ual number for noon i this early in the business also solicited Transient Soda Plain Soda Lemonade Milk Saturday night seems to have This new that he will be married on the 29th marked a general era of blood shed Messrs J W Cross and E B inst The bride in the case is Miss season building is large airy and convient- - Shake Sweet Apple Cider Orange throughout this section News of Lcdford of Pembroke are here on Lizzie Seigenfeller a charming J B Small who lived near Mc ly located and has all modern im- - Cider Ginger Ale and Pop on Ice Gee Springs Ky Ballard count another shooting affray the fourth business provements including electric ice Cream sold by the pint quart young Paducah belle who has capfor that night to be chronicled by of Prince- Â¬ tured the heart of the former Hop- Â¬ was instantly killed by a bolt of lights hot and cold bathsj etc gallon or any way you want it Mr Chas Josberger the Kentuckian has just been re- Â¬ ton is spending theday with friends lightning Monday afternoon Mr Fare the best and rates veryrea Fruits Sweet Oranges Bananas kinsville boy The full particulars ceived Small owned a saw mill in the vi- Â¬ sonable Parties desiring a pleas Apples Lemons Shelled and of the wedding have not been an- Â¬ in the city Names could not be learned but cinity of the Springs and the time ant place to board would do well to Roasted Peanuts Home Made Can- Â¬ The wedding will occur Mr and Mrs Ed R Bogard and nounced one man was shot in the thigh and he met his death he was in the ring 187 or call on Mrs AVells for dies Fancy Cream Chocolate of Lafayette in the parlors of the Palmer House woods hauling logs the man who did the shooting made their little son Daryl Caramels Peanut Candy Taffy terms and full particulars at Paducah and the couple will at lW good his escape The row occured are in the city shopping DAlLYMARKET REPORT French Chewing Taffy Cocoanut once leave on an extensive bridal Boom in Tea Market at a supper just across the State Miss AVillie Radford went to trip Candy Lemon Drops French Can- V-line near Asbury church not far Bowling Green yesterday to spend The duty of ten cents a pound on dies Mixed Etc Corrected Daily lly Itrn Kiiwllnn Ilnnker Ih Will Guard Bob Blanks All the parties a day or two from Lafayette and Ilroker IIopklnavHle Ky all imports of tea under the AVar Remember the place where the Frankfort Ky June 15 Gover- Â¬ were colored Revenue Bill has caused a boom in weary can rest where the hungry Miss Jennie Petree and little nor Bradley has organized a new Chicago niarlcot the tea market and prices have ad Â¬ can eat and the thirsty drink The Association To Alorrov nephew Otho Roper of Elkton are military company at Lexington Opg Hifft Closing vanced very rapidly during the Breslin Candy Kitchen Everything is now in readiness visiting relatives in the city commissioning officers as follows Cash Wheat 88 past week The improvements in Ninth Street between 1st Nation- Â¬ for the BaptistGeneral Association Miss Louise AAreaver of Long Captain Calhoun Lieutenants Cis July Wheat 79 79 f 79tf some grades have been as much as al and Post Office which will begin to morrow Homes view is visiting Mrs Buckner sidj and Cassell This is company Sept AVheat 71 72tf 72tf seven cents a pound while the have been secured for the greater Leavell on South Virginia street A Home Guard The company July Corn 34 34 average gain in values has been Whew Hot part of the four hundred delegates was organized to be sent to lay Sept Corn - 33X 34 34tf about six cents from the last auc- Â¬ Buckner and Miss Miss Annie and all field to guard the negro- - Bob July Oats S ftwho are expected to attend 25 24 tion sale which was held a week Then why not get a Gas Range will be provided for by to morrow Louisa Green of Clarksville Tenn Blanks from Louisville to Mayield Sept Oats 21 tf 22 22JS ago last Thursday and keep the heat out of the house are visiting Mrs Buckner Leavell of the delegates 85 iifaThe advance guard 942v 9 85 is week and protect him from mob violence July Pork Ijwill begin to arrive to night To on South Virginia street this UokconCommonwealthsAttorney It more economical than coal or 5 85 during trial on a charge of criminal July Lard 5 70 85 wood absolutely free from danger Among the visitors to the city to- Â¬ morrow will be a busy day with the 5 47 A fine set of buggy harness was of explosion can be purchased at 5 55 assault 55 July Ribs Reception Committee as every train day are Messrs John H Myers stolen from AV R Howells stable jobbers prices with 30 days trial calls 73 Sept wheat puts 71 will bring large numbers of visitors M V Dulin and Dr S II AVill Dr P T Hale Resigns Mbnday night No definite clue to and 30 feet of service pipe free from New York MocIcm mill Cotton rriie exercisesi will begin to morrowi iams tpeJ thief has yet been discover- Â¬ the Hopkinsville Gas und Lifflit Dr P T Hale who has4ecn Op O Higt Closing m i t Howe building Main ami uuiy- Mini HIV- - iviwuaici ed As soon as Mr Howell finds Company Mr Leslie Pool who has been in pastor of the Baptist church irijBir- G 49 47 Aug Cotton 6 49 street Open from 7 to 9 in the Si Members meeting which will occu- - business in Nashville for several mingham out tne tniet ne win nave him in- Â¬ evening Ala the past ten yeaifey Am Tob 1 11 Ask for Mr Patton I 11 10 py the first two days dicted months returned home yesterday resigned last week and accented a Manager 9S Chicago Gas 99tf 99tf to spend several weeks with his call to the church at Roanoke A7a Little Girls Narrow Escape b B O 1 04 03 104tf HHJMBKM parents Dr Hale is well known in Ken- - L 51 52 N 52tf The Clarksville Times says MM TT Mr R P Collins who has been luuKv nz was uiurneu in iuuy Manhattan 1 06 06 Yesterday afternoon Mary the 04tf w little daughter of M S Nichols of visiting friends at Aliens ville Ky field to Miss Lena Bolinger daugl Sugar 30 35tf 1 35tf ter of Mrs M E Bolinger who jboal Iron 23 23 the firm of Nichols llorseley got returned home last night and will was educated at Bethel Female of a bottle of gasoline which be at home a few days Chicago KecolplH To duy hold College in this citv Dr J G8 Cars ftVheat had been left on the porch floor and Mioses Jimmie Ellis anil Lottie of Rev Fred D Halefof thinking she had found a bottle of McDaniel have to gone Lafayette to brother 531 Cars Corn nf 104 Cars soda pop drank about half the con- Â¬ spend a week with Miss Lizzie Owensboro uais We tents Her condition was soon dis Hoskins 30000 Hogs Handsome Turnouts w tr dovered much alarm occasioned PnfHr 16000 Head AVe have no street railways bu r and physicians were hastily sum- Â¬ Mr Jas II Moore of New York limited Itcculntn To morrow moned By the use of hypodermic has arrived in the city to spend the there is no end to the number and ftVhcat 30 Cars injections and emetics the little summer with his nephew Mr J T variety of public and pri ate turn- Corn V 375 Cars outs in the city There has probf girl was relieved but she was al- Â¬ Edmunds 145 Cars Oits ably never been a time when there For we will fight the ship while a planks afloat or a man most deathly sick for a time Hog Altirkct Miss Martha Wootwine who has were so many elegant harness been visiting her cousin Miss AYool horses as at nresent in this citv Hogs To day Now is the time for action as it is daily being proven 30000 survives Qus Coulter in Town -winc at South Kentucky College And while the wheel 392 s Light numbers i Mr Gus G Coulter of May field that to the victor belongs the spoils Â¬ to 400 P Ky the First Districts candidate will return her home this after devotees by the score there is i a Mixed noon Our customers have been afforded an opportunity to secure 385 constantly increasing number Jpfi Rough for the Democratic nomination for y Mr Josiah Harris of Kennedy those who enjoy the luxury pj 2 the spoils inas much as we furnish them with by far the best Auditor accompanied by Judge Total Clciinincea All Porto Lawrence B Anderson was in the who has been attending the Colum- Â¬ drivintr fivheat and Flour Exp 47S000 bus goods for the money city last night and left this morning bian Law School Washington DC Aiay uo to tne Philippines w for Bowling Green to attend the is in the city shakinghands with old In the Courts f As foretold in the KektucxiXk Third District Congressional Con- Â¬ friends This has been a quiet day in the several days ago the Surgeon Geri vention Mr Coulter is undoubt- Â¬ Mrs- - Elvira Woosley and daugh Â¬ CoUrt House only minor equity edly the strongest candidate for ter Miss Josie of Sinking Fork erals appointment of Dr AVJJrS matters occupying the attention of x vw Auditor so far announced or spoken who have been visiting at Mr AV Punua to ho n snrnrpnn in tlir Wvir5 the court with nothing of interest 0 S I nn In r alll uiu of At this distance he looks like A Diuguids on South Virginia linn iiwi iiti ucvii luiiucu uy II to the general public The grand p President The Doctor hones to be a winner street returned home this morning sent to Manila but does not lrrMvv jury ib m session but no report has il been made to day All is quiet in Good Sale of the Weed Miss Virginia Bennett joined her yet what his assignment will be the City Court Some very good tobacco was sold mother Mrs Caswell Bennett in Torinn is Convalescent Is still our motto and we maintain the fight against all competi- Â¬ ir Won the Oold Hedol this week and prices were quite the city last evening and both left Jake Torian whose leg waff Â¬ on satisfactory The sales were some the morning train for Estill son of Mr tion A steady bombardment has effected some of our out ports k Master Darl Bogard what larger than usual and con- Â¬ Springs where they will spend the broken in a runaway accident Mon ua R Bogard of Lafayette was Â¬ day is now at his home between UCommon Qleaf summer sumed two days tiy the La- - but has left some of our main lines in tact and wc arc still forGracey and Sinking Fork and i awarded a gold medal and lugs were steady with a fairly Miss Emma Dycus of Trenton lift layette High Scnool at tne term just tified with big lots of good demand and prices ruled who has been for several days visit- Â¬ reported to be much improved closed The honor was for the v about the same as last week on ing Mrs J R Reeves on South is no longer suffering from ih ihighet general average He is an The demand for Virginia street will return to her blow on his head which for awhil exceptionally b right little Yellow these grades made him unconscious and may ba good leaf was brisk and there were home this evening w tr nilllJlllb3 ftt fIUI lllb niiuninl VMI regarded as convalescent few rejections on this class of the Ml J Dr AV II Lewis who is en Â¬ L Three Hopkinsville boys will pass weed A Cadet Appointed gaged as an assistant at the Asy Â¬ jthrough the city tonight for Manila Death of Airs Coleman The question of the appointmeiv having been enlisted for service in lum at Hopkinsville is here on a of the cadet from this district tct the Asiatic department of the regu The wife of Mr Ben T Coleman few days visit to his family West Point is settled says the Pa lar army They are Jesup Tandy Gleaner died at her home on Eighteenth due ih Hon Chas Â¬ Kt J Edgar Morris and LaniusIIuggins street at an early hour this morn Mrs Ada Graham and little AVheeler News named has Robert Quar- - They are among one hundred ing after an illness of several daughter Janie and Mrs Flora Bell les of this county for the place Leader shoes for ladies at 150 paU months of tuberculosis aged 29 and little son Gilmer will go this and fifty recruits from Tennessee years She leaves no children Her week to Colorado to spend the bum- Â¬ with James L Price of Fair DeaUi and will pass through at 10 oclock niegani silk vesting top shoes for ladies at 200 pair ing Marshall county for alternate tonight Mr Tandy will be in a parents live in Maysville Ivy and mer for the benefit of Mrs Â¬ Gra the body will be shipped to that hams health cavalry company IfpYours for peace or war and always for trade Good Local Showers place this afternoon for jntermenk Returning tor Recruits Miss Nettie Cooke of Sturgeon Local showers have fallen nearly1 J Rember the flaine Mo who has been visiting Mrs AV all over the county this week ami Six members ol the Minnesota In Â¬ a Place to getjtyour line Merchant T Williamson of this city left thin much replanting of tobacco hK fantry volunteers passed through Taikrnjf is by FowrighL PanU morning for Henderson Ky where lecn done Farmers report tint the city last KJht enroute ltome made Jor 3 5 7 and SuiUi4 she will spend a few days with her btand a rather poor one iu wmt fromChlvkamauJiiito secure recryiU y m section sinter for Uwir companies o M -- vHfP - - V CT - Â¬ Â¬ t Isnt It - I 8 ail the Mast fc Col OPS W V -- it rz 1 e405 i NO 1 1 URRENDER WEAR RESISTER SHOES Henderson FOR MEN AT - - 200 PAIR PETREE a COMPANY j