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MP Dailu jenttickiati HOT SKIRMISH V TPfTW NO wmwmmw wwv1 jw WW1 r0L 1 51 HOPEINSVILLE KY SATUEDAY AFTERNOON JUtfE 25 1898 PEIOE 2 OENTS BLOOD FIOWS TUB CUT CABLE Between Cuba A Fierce Fight in Which Teddy Still Working Roosevelt Takes Part American and Madrid The Americans and Spaniards are Fightin t The Loss Thirteen Blanco Reports a Battle and Says Killed and Fifty Wounded the Americans Ran and Left Spanish Defeated Their Ammunition Madrid June 25 Special Gen Blanco cables that the Ameri- Â¬ cans attacked the outpbsts of Si bony and Saville Three Spani- Â¬ ards were killed and three wound- - Fiercely Around Santiag Of Loss 17 Killed A w Roosevelts Cavalry In the Thick of the Fray The and 43 Wount Expected on Santiago Today Gen Sh after personally com- Special plimented Roosevelts Rough Riders and the First and Tenth cavalry ifor their bravery yesterday Later reports show that 17 Americans were killed and 43 wounded some of them mortally The following Americans wounded in yesterdays battle have since died and are included in the number of the killed mentioned above James Crews private Edward Culver private Harry Heffner private alsoCapt Ldna of the Cuban army The Spaniards opened fire from the thick brush and had every ad vantage of numbers and position but the troops drove them back from the start stormed the block house around which they made the final stand and sent them scattering over the mountains A mencan Final Attack V Gnantanamo Bay June 24 8 p This morning Friday four troops of the First cavalry four troops of the Tenth cavalry and eight troops of Roosevelts rough riders less than a thousand men in all dismounted and attacked 2000 Spanish soldiers in the thickets within five miles of Santiago de Cuba The Americans beat the enemy back into the city but they left the following dead upon the field Rough Riders Capt Allyn K Capron of Troop m T They also attacked Gen Rubons force but were repulsed and pur Â¬ sued by the Spaniards The lat ter captured ammunition and stores Casela was bombarded by the Americans yesterday Chance for Boys and Girls Mr T G Roach traveling agent for the Kentucky State College i in the city in the interest of the A M College On accountof vacan- Â¬ cies Christian county this year is entitled to make eight appointments of either sex to this institution four to the college proper four years and four to the Normal de- Â¬ partment one year Appointees receive free tuition room rent fuel and lights traveling expenses to and from college and choice of ten courses of study Appointments are made by the County Superintendent and on com- Â¬ petitive examination See Miss Ka- Â¬ tie McDaniel for particulars Play a Del EstaJune 25 coast in the event there are hostilities there j Brig Caught Trying w leave Havana Key West June 25 Special The brig Arnapola was brought in to day by a prize crew She was captured by the blockading squadron with ten passengers and crew aboard as prisoners The vessel was bound from Havana to Vera Cruz with provisions Sampson Takes Back the Charge Washington June 25 Special Sampson has wired the Navy Department withdrawing the charge of the mutilation of the marines killed at Guantanamo Clearing the Way for Victory I A special to the News says L awtons Special iChicago June 25 advance guard is marching to Castilla four miles from Santiago to day Madrid June 25 Special It is rumored that the government has Gen Linares is intrenched there A battle is expected soon Samp received a long dispatch announcing that fighting is inprogress on land son has moved his ships to a position to co operate with the land forces l ancl sea in a great final attack on Santiagos defenses Sampson will continue There are renewed rumors of peace here V5 firing to day until every fort on the coast has been destroyed or surren dered Americans captured everything within a mile of Castilla The - Madrid Has Heard the News French Ministers Hard to Find Spaniards burned blockhouses as they retreated M Peytral has failed in the effort to Special Paris June 25 cleared the way to form a ministry This makes four men who have failed since M Another dispatch to the News says Shatter has the heightsjsurrounding Santiago i Melines ministry resigned The assault will probably be made to day Five thousand Cubans have landed at Alteras brought around the rbay on transports Miles Has His Ear to the Ground Shatters Official Report Gen Miles believes that the final Washington June 25 Special assault on Santiago will begin to day and continue till the surrender of the city and its occupation by the Americans Official report from Gen Shatter Special Washington June 25 an apprentice of the first class land further news from Gen Wheeler received at the War Department CUBAN VICTORY The wounded place our loss at 10 Killed and 40 wounded Capt Wainwright reported R C Engle seaman of New injured is unhurt t v The Sick List York - intrenched position on a high The Spanish occupied a very strongNative Troops Have a Hot Brush II A Gee apprentice of Phila The following is the sick list of hill The firmer lasted about an hour The enemy was driven from the Third regiment all of whom are f delplua his position which is now occupied byQur troops about a mile and a With Spaniards confined in the division hospital at J E Lively landsman of Nor half from Savilla The enemy retired towards Santiago Chickamauga folk Va 4 Company A Jeff Jennings Miles A Loss of Nearly Fifty But the C F Mullen apprentice of New B Ramsie Thos Hankins E Igle Sampson Demands hart James Taylor Cecil Shack- York Battle a Spanish A J Favors K Nelson apprentice J of New lett Silas Loran Chicago June J25 The Chicago Records special off Special Rout Corporal Tutt York Santiago says Company C John Hurst Cooper R Russell apprentice of Phil- Â¬ Huff on Thursday demanded the surrender of the city of San- Sampson J i Playa Del Esta June 25jgtepe adelphia Company E J IS Buchanan tingo Admiral Cervera and Gen Linares refused to consider the-2fjficlk W J Simohson seaman of New Company F Corpora W F qialY Gen Castillo with Bfrttcr Grady York A captured Spaniard brought to Gen L aWtcvih headquarters hjd bans reports that he defea Company G Corporal Stout Win JJjp A Soogvistr seaman of New York Lodge n his possession messages to the Spanish commanders to fall back to largebody of Spaniards at maith heavy losses The QupPfn Kuscll is1 tffcry seriously wound Company I T 55 Grimes Santiago jjnd not risk a battle until the city was attacked The fcapj ed The otBtSrs will all recover loss was under fifty Company L James Crawford V two trains 5f food ttiioyn0 tunjd Patrick Fitzsimmons -Cabinet Discusses Matters A Newpasoline Engine tpns f coal Gen Garciawuv No one of kta sick is in a serious condition and the regiment is to be reinforcements is expected shajittffS A I Liber Traction Portable Gaso- Â¬ Madrid June 24 Special The Cabinet to day discussed the the first of the kind congratulated as the Second Wis Shells Burst on the Texas W line i agine ivar program and the expected Ministerlalcrisis The Ecconnomical So ever seen in this county wai given consul quartered next to it has ciety of Barcelona will ask the gOveJnjjient to begin arrangement look- Santiago Cuba via Port Anfi an vbrtion on the streets yesteV lost three men since arriving there y v i Lieut Col Henry is commander lug to peace nia Jamaica unc man was r day afternoon having been spjd to i in charge of the Third Kentucky eight wounded aboard theffles Forbes Bro A dispatch from Havan a savf the SiianlfiiVenfa ed the insurgent during the absence of Col T J in Santa Clara province A Spanish lieutenant a nd nine privates were ra3 The battleship at the timeQEi Mr Jams Si Green represent ing the Ilubr Company and Mr Smith as Brigade Commander landing of the troops wen rounded Three insurgents were killed IT A Williains representing For Â¬ MaCpmaras to make a feint attack Diplomats Depressed bes Bro ytire in charge of the upOiVthe fortifications there London June25 Special The exhibition After traversing sev Â¬ Calls Spain a naetlQn with a land force of Cubdng eral of the streets the engine was Standard says the nw of Otan MJ Berlin June25Special taken to the country and will be Shatters landing depressed the A member of the German Cabinet in under Gen Rabi Hl7Tj conversation said a used in the harvest field to run a diplomatic circle Germany is not in the habit of cspoysjngHhe cause The Texas silenced the S of n corpse All the world know s Spain is a corpse 4 Lir batteries Just as the actioinhded thresherno It is run by gasoline and HrJ coal or water and toiler there is Will Invest in Bonds M a shell entered the battleshipand to look after and no belt necessary Lv Evergreen Lodge No 38 Knights j exploded with the result given It is the latest thing out in harvest A Battleship Usbon VP1 of Pythias at its regular meeting U machinery above this week instructed the Trustees tAQnJutte 8poUljThe British battleship Illustrious The dead Mrs Max J Moaypn has re Â¬ to invest 5500 of the lodges surplus foiMLiHbon this aorvtuy tp protect F RBlaMy of WftWport R Ij turned from Louisville Sntifcfy interest on the Spanish funds in the new Government bonds - Sergt Hamilton Fish Jr Private Tilman of Troop L Private Dawson of Troop L Private Dougherty of Troop A Private W T Erwin of Troop F First Cavalry Private Dix Private York Private Bejork Private Kolbe Private Berlin Private Lenmock Tenth Cavalry Corporal White At least fifty Americans were wounded including six officers It is probably that at least ten of the wounded will die Twelve dead Spaniards were found in the bush after the fight but their loss was doubless far in excess of that Gen Yoang commanded the ex- Â¬ pedition and was with the regulars while Col Wood directed the opera tions of the Rough Riders several mifes west Both parties struck the Span- Â¬ iards about the same time and the fight lasted about an hour Two Colored Soldiers Drowned Corporal Edward Cobb of Rich- Â¬ mond Va and Private John Eng- Â¬ lish of Chattanooga of the Tenth United States cavalry colored were drowned on Wednesday eve- Â¬ ning by the capsizing of a boat Capt W G ONeill of the Roose- Â¬ velt rough riders made a gallant but ineffectual attempt to rescue them Their bodies were recov- Â¬ ered A Pegrams Home inTexas Yesterday the Inquirer printed an account of the arrival of a strange man and woman at Hop kinsville who refused to give their names the man being very ill It turns out that it was Will Pegram formerly of this place but who has lived in Texas for a number of years Recently he had been in poor health and he and his wife started to this city His mind had been unbalanced for some time and when Hopkinsville was reached he He was ac- Â¬ could go no further cordingly taken off and at once taken to the asylum where he had been a patient before Fight Expected To Day Barbourville Ky June 24 The of the Bakers was to day post- Â¬ poned until to morrow on accountof absence of important witnesses Additions to the forces on each side of the feud are hourly arriving and each still holds the respective hotel in which it is quartered prac- Â¬ tically as a fort It is not believed that any power can prevent a fight of the two factions trial Santiagos Surrender ALL FOR ALLEtN Quiet Convention but All for the Union Candidate -- h Spanish The conventions thin afternqon were very quiet and limty attend Â¬ ed In ail of the city precincts the delegates were instructed for Allen ind the same w as no doubj Jonc all Allen vill get the over the count county without a disfcantrngvote Circuit Court Matters Very little bussing of iinportanee was transacted in ttfti circuit court fyvl to day In the Riiiit of JaiW D Under ad wasd against Alarum Piter mini2gjor the jury u turned H71 o3 verdict for plaintiff The Lucas damage suit has ban continued untij the September term on motion of defendant m ir CorpIS at inn I British m Charged Wlth Stealing Clothing col Va ur- Sophia Thomp--- n mornmg on a warrant rested this charging her with stealing cltitVi She was brought before- ing Judge Canskr who set Tuesday next for the examining trial The woman u as permitted to go on her own recognisance r - tst o lJwwOMMppMji XDbe FMHtfthat 2atlp ffcentitcruait Ktuugv RASeBALJU terrf muftiy wim o I j - - - kjr3criBaaa - m- - Site at I -- i p SEK3-WsJlt-- X9 CXXXS vx ZX WS3X CMc3S Bwya Bafeasace S Philadelphia feiafevflfc fit THE LAST ROUND 1 rEniMivi ShKZZJr rS ffaaw na Cattes Wjil ll ieraates awl fcarideirt tftMghttrf a tbe OawuCarv - - Iii w Past YHte -- re I llf fflSw-- i- Ifi AMWKK 3tor York li CleTead 4 St IwfcpK 1U FIRED AT RAMX5- w-tt w Pttswr 3 - Bwa2t miry Yet we have some elesranr fronrl -- Bargains that seerifice Here are a few things that are attracting attention ISaYingpor honse every daj UC jkMAKJUlUWU Tke immense stock of clothing shoes and furnishing gaods 1 fm1A nififtino WaWUUUg fast wappeariDH fc Jfr SKn w- - fft store ww j 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SteMiUuudry 1 fc V Co mikmkmm HOfUNSV1lLE M LAlGAafi BW B EM Endeavor Altlrig To rtorrow foUND LONG LOST BROTHER livery body should ultend the- Accidentally Moot Him InaBgrbBr Shop Alter a Separation of iq Years Wiwlcavor Convention ralthe Christ Â¬ L R IIowcll of Minneapolis who ly to morrow evening jjt church at 8 oclock This will recently paid a visit to tho Pacific ian probably be the last convention coast niid passed through Denver on g o his way homo was rewarded fbr top meeting uetore vim ing here tiy finding a long lost the thousands Of young pcopl in jrothcr lranlc Howell who runs a Nashville on the 6th of July Good jarbershop in Arapahoe street is tho nUractive speeches and brother ih question It lids been 19 much information and enthusiasm years since the brothers have fcph ii imiiui order of the eveni nir each other and the last heard from vtntiv ncttrile will attend who ire Frank He well by his relatives was in especially interested in Endeavor 1887 whetf ho was following his oc worker in the convention but the ciipdioiTinLnsYegasNM MrIIou object of this service is to arouse1 ell from Minneapolis in the course interest and enthusiasm with refer- Â¬ of his wanderings dropped into the be ence to the convention in particular barber shop on Arapahoe street to the shop Before he entered shaved and we predict that its aim willbe he noticedfhe nnmo Howell above even now attained Indications tho doorant while tho lather was bo point to large a delegation- trom splattering his face ho looked up nt thin olace andr many names Will the barber who had undertaken the iuMac hr ndded to the listwto job of shaving him and remarked on nmw tiirrht This meetintr ill the similarity of the name above the Â¬ Yes said the he in the place of the evening ser- door and his own vice at the four Endeavor churches barber my name is Howell What is your first name asked Two facts are to be impressed upon One is the customer in the chair of the people the minds Frank Howell and I came from jnf flm rnnvention is somcthincf of is the biggest Greenville Mich said tho barter irreat importance I it Tho man in the chair sat bolt up Â¬ i 11 i u j gathering oi any Kinu uvci right and turning aropnd stared the the South The other is that cheap barber in the face At tho same mo- Â¬ railroad and hotel rates are not ment signs of recognition beamed confined to Endeavors alone but forth in the faces of both They were their friends will be cordially wel- Â¬ brothers who had not seen each other come to go with them The local for 19 years and no wonder thoy did Endeavorers are anxious to give the not recognize at first The shave was general public an idea of the great- Â¬ finished but during its progress there ness of the conventions which they was time to find out the reasons why Frank Howell had been so long sep- Â¬ have been going so far to attend arated from his own people Early in Tickets at the one fare rate for tho year 1887 he was living at Las round trip to Nashville will be on Vegas and was hearing regularly from sale at this place and points be Â¬ his folks at Greenville Mich He de- Â¬ tween here and Nashville on July cided to move to another city and did 4th to 11th good returning till July so Ho wrote his folks fr6m there iSfh with nn extension allowed but never received an answer to his The information given out prior to letter His folks moved out of Green Â¬ 11 Ti1fnfe uvivi ville nt tho same time he left Las LUIS I1HUIHWI Va Awsut cnlrl of here will be good tilt July Yegas and the letters which were North written failed to connect at either 31st end Search has been prosecuted for the lost brother to no avail and he John Hendricks Pigeons had also endeavored to find out the Ex Congressman Jno K Hen whereabouts of hin family Howell drick has his law office at Paducah left for Minneapolis bearing the glad but his family resides at Smithland news to his parents that the lost boy Denver News He has ifouncarrier pigeons named had been found Fitzhugh Lee Dewey Sampson NEW POSTAGE STAMPS iHf 21 And the New Modern r The Kentuckian 1 Year -- Matltjews Sewing Machine FORi ONL- Y- 21 Hi m lJ 7S 9V -- 1 Sewing Machine With nil tho latest ira provemonts 3 The bosjiMachine for the least inqneyuver manufactured - iff iOiSI Light runnjugj simple durable noiseless X J -- V iawaifci J - fc - iiagwj ttMmmssBBMn r 10 Every Machine warrantnd ytnrev A Mnoliiuofor for and freight prepaid 50 S21 II fe Cash mast accompany al orders siUeiriOATioNS The Head Ts flvo and onc linK Inches high and eight and one half Inches loiitf ineltlo tncaatucnient Tlilslsis high ns any ffttnlly mnohlno made and must not bo confounded with the medium or so called htgh anu ma chines Tho bcndidatc so Into or level with the tabic Tho Needle Is straight self aoilng flat on one side and cannot beget wrong Tho Shuttle 13 open on tho ond cylinder shape and absolutely selMhreftUnit The Hearings Aro all steel well fitted and adjustable Self tin cadlng Tho machine is snlfthvend lng and no hole to put tho thread through except theeyo of the nccdlo Tho Feed Is positive In action and has no iprlngi to got Ut of order Automates Dobbin Winder Will wind the Dobbin as smooth as on a spool of thread The Stitch la double loci stitch Tho same on both sides and will not ravel Can bo lengthened or1 shonened from eight to thirty stitches to the inoh TheTeiislon la a flat spring tension and ad justable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nlckle plated and has a loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder without running machine 1 ho Movement Is the celebrated eccentric movements pcsltlvoln aotion and fewer work ing parts than any machine on the market TheStand tlasluige balanco wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadlo Is largo and hangs In cone centers and all lost motion can be taken up asters underevoli end and can bo easily moved A nice dress guard over Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ for the people of Hoplvhisville and to sun- neigUDoriug town B ERE is no iiid t jiu wheel to keep dress from getting on wheol Attachtt cuts Are the famous Johnsons sot in a tin bo and consists of tucker rufller fourhmmners binder qulltor foot hetnmcr and feller under braider and sheerer oil can and oil two crow drivers six bobbins paper Atiiecdles thumb screw guage and book of direction The Furniture Is well made highly polished and elegant In appearance All these MiachiiHj will be sent out with oak fumlturg unless walnut la pecKlcd Kach machino has a lock to the drawer and cover nice nickel plate dnp rings to all drawers All machines ore well packed and crated HEAD OUK GUAKANTKK Th New Mathews Machino Is warranted 10 years from date of purchase and thirty days trial of it Ifperfcot and ohtlre satisfaction lanotglvrti the machino moy bo reahipped to to us at our expense and tlitr money paid us will be refunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what ror in purchasing tho Now Mathews Machine You have thirty days trial of It In your own homo and if for any reason you should wish to return the machine it may co shipped to up at our expense and tho money will be re funded All communications regarding tho How Mathcw i Machino should bo addressed to Â¬ serine jor papers nwuy jrom home to get the lntesfc and most re- liable war news ri li- - IO 1 1 f W7 Fl U HI ntuckla II h eiegr apia Service in CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky umiiiiiiiiu Description ThiB o the Improved New Mathews Machine machine is manufactured with the view of supplying a long felt want to wit A Modern High arm first class Sowing MacuiiiH with all late improvements and of first class material and jood workmanship including the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instructions accompanies every machine Â¬ y x and Schley and he uses these pigeons to carry letters to and Fitzhugh Lee from his family makes the best time Hickman Curier It did not takethe Americans long to run up against some sure enough fighting after they landed Already about twenty have been killed and twice as many wounded We will finally whip the Spaniards but it will be done with the loss of a good many lives Of course there cannot possibly be anything worse than a Spanish spy but the railroad manager who puts into the suburban service a lot of newly painted coaches with windows which cannot be raised on a hot day runs the supreme of- fender a close finish Artistic Designs Issued for Hew Zealand Use In making your remittance we prefer postofBce mouey order registered letter express money ordes or New York Exchange Individual checks unless certified to will not be received One of the touching spectacles of the present time is the sight of Henry L Hertz leaping eight feet into the air in order to be among the first to move the unanimous re nomination of the CbngTessman Foss the man whom he has always loved Mr Martin B Madden prepared to discharge a thirteen inch gun in the direction of the machine and discovered at the last moment that his only ammunition was a squirrel cartridge It is noticeable that the men who are jeering Mr Bryan for going to war are men who for family or bus Â¬ iness reasons cannot find it conven- Â¬ ient to do any war seeking them- Â¬ selves The man who could not go away to the war outrhMo feel the more responsibility in the matter of keep ing the wolf at a wide distance trom the door of the family of the man who could and did go u umn t start in on tins as a war of conquest but when it fairly rains islands what fighting nation could be expected to put up tii uin- - A new set of postage stamps has just been issued by the New Zealand government They are printed in the softest color and are a credit to tho enterprise of the colony Tho special interest of the fresh is- Â¬ sue is that they depict the scenery and characteristic products of the coun- Â¬ try a feature which so many philatel- Â¬ ists and others desire to see done on our own stamps The halfpenny stamp contains a picture of Aorangi or Mount Cook the highest peak in New Zealand Tho five shilling stamp also gives a larger and more beautiful representa- Â¬ tion of that same mountain The scene on the penny stamp is a view across Lake Taupo the largest lake in the north island together with the active volcanoes of Tongariro1 and Ngaruhoe which rise near it The twopenny and two shilling stamps both give scenes in the famous sounds or fiords of southwestern New Zea- Â¬ land The blue 2 penny stamp which so long as the prpsent postal rates con- Â¬ tinue is likely to be that most often seenin England represents the south- Â¬ ern end of Lake Waka tipu in tho South island and the snowy heights of Mount Earnslaw rising beyond it Thefonrpenny and ninoponny stamps attempt to depict tho pink and white terraces destroyed in tho eruption of 1885 The fivepenny is intended to be a presentiment of the lovely Otira gorge tho principalpas5 across the southern Alps The design of tho threopenny stamp gives a pair of the sacred hulu birds the fathers of which wore worn in tho hair of the Maori chiefs alone On the sixpenny stamp appears tho woll kuown apttrix or kiwi and oh tho ono shilling an exceedingly woll Qxecuted pair oBnkas tho wild hawk- Tike parrot of the New Zealand forest A Maori war canoo is ligureu on mo eightpcnnyitamp surrounded by the fronds of a i reo fern ami other foliage London Mail IWllllllll Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and very department of the paper is supplied with a 1 or Infants and Children Flie Kind You similating UieToodattdReg da Â¬ ting thcStomadis andBoweb of Ita 3 r B ft news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken Â¬ JcgctablcPrcparationfor As- Â¬ m ASwi ays Bought X fcJ IVr r -- tucky Daily delivered In the city VJr irnuwwri Bears the Signature fW PromotesDigeslionCheerful Tsot Narcotic JlMlaSaltJ tmstStctl -- mess andRestContalns neilher OpiunTMorphine nor Mineral of JlcapeofOUlJlrSAMUIlEaXIBER Jftmtpfan StetL i I f ttw ftls v JUUf j rMiiiw jqJ Main 10 Cls Per Week s y lnntii ninn Dlrlrr ftU HUM Ull UIU g 212 S Tele 99 2 RATES BY MAIL yfixSeiia -- J pittrrJnt Jn CationaicScia ffSnnSceil -Chnfud Sugar Thp X Daily One Month - Daily Three Months - 35 iOO Ancrfcct Remedy for Constitu tion Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Worms Convulsions Fevcnslv Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition SiCiyiS 400 1 yr 200 - ncss andLoss OF SLEEP NEW YORK I HUU Fac Simile Signature of Uie Ilentuckuin is printed in ilShflffaw jfniHVVUV ffiflianwh es bm iammfm9Bmns3masssa CXAC T COPV OF WvjmmmmM r d ra m u tmi n a yyiiia m n xi f V new and attractive type and its news paes are illustrated with the l rf v rs4 TVX 1 f4 1 f WRAPPER wffi fOAtl THCOtNTHUn COMPANY I HlISfl WCW VOHK CITY rfrwi h a c 4v U 14 r iT 1 4 iw mwMwttimi i amM cm mMniimi i iwuwmhihmi mnmvmnmmmxwwrvKanxmtMitmminjiumt iwhwiiwmm loe And Get The News aaM bww ij tw WMwawrtmi m Q miwiim Her Bright Scheme brella The one prodigious fact that must appeal with force to every body is that the Key West censor is a man who knows his business from the ground up In spite of all reports to the con- Â¬ trary we dont believe Germany in- Â¬ tends to dispute with the umpire at Manila The Dreyer trial and the invasion of Cuba are moving forward with M fT -i xue medical profek wsider ur juuisphy a vry Hob6 of aiel - How did your Mrs Youngbrido breakfast suit you this morning my Mr Youngbrido Just right I toll you Anmo it maybe plebianbut Fm awfully fond of calve livcy Mr Youngbrido So am I Dont you think George it would bo nico and economical to keep a calf Then wo could lmvp calfs liver for break Â¬ fast every moVnirig fLoisuro Hours A aammmmmmww IbOM darting iron E I 1 1 o4 QUALITY W K tnii 9 Q 35 C CI V 1 vV U Until yoir have seen my new line of imported o no Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office in the Ken tuckian Building first floor at 212 0 Â¬ SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS South Mala Street or telephone 99 2 Glias AddreBS Cf Foolish Proposition think of a man who parade around with a military will What do you company in timo of peace and then re Â¬ sign when war breaks cmt Now whnFs tho uso of supposing vwh caso No real man ever d Dully New g guarantee STYLE and WORKMAN- - SHIP tjie best thntmoncy can secure nv r iUf No 14 Sooth Main j i lODm Jailor t c I 3 k rnat M Meachara PublisTier MChicago tf uuuuuuuiuuumutumuuiuuuuus 2V ki MtJt f wcr HOPKINSVILLE - nfM -- KY A JssS Wt a iiiiil ndtiwlni indrMJIM li vr K t W M FtiQOA it THED FROM BURNS9 the part f the r f BANK RSJEF1NE deiersaiaatioa oacustomers under batiks to hare ft stand that they must bear their Sketch ami Distinguish Pfcysl Injuries Received Jan 8 Cause share of the burden of the War ex Â¬ Little Girls Death dan ami Army SurgeeS penses Business in some financial The New Law Give Notice of quarters has been reduced by com Lelfa Faughan a little The appointment of Dr win M petition to a basis where banks War Taxes of Sir E W Faug t this transact much business without Fuqua of TJ city as Surgeon of han daughter died near Pilot Rock jELcharge the acceptance of collec Â¬ the Tenth S Infantry is a just night from injuries received last last tribute to his eminent abilityas a tions at par being an instance and Warning as to Issuance of Checks customers seem possessed with an Surgeon and does credit to the de Â¬ January by catching her clothes on fire from an open grate She partment Customers 11 ustAssumeThcir udea that a bank is a public con born in Char Â¬ never1 recovered from the severe Dr Fuqua was venience instead of a financial t lotte county Ya Jan 16 1S3S and burns but had been a great suffer- Â¬ 3hare of tlic Burndcn agent To assume the obligation er ever since She was a bright fjft of taxes upon business passing is the only appointee beyond the Â¬ little girl the grand daughter of through it would be to make serious age prescribed by the War De Mr John Forbes The burialtoolc partment He attended medical tS QManj of the banks bare begun a inroads into the profits of the most lectures at the University of Vir place to day at the Ralston burn AT campaign of education for the ben Â¬ prosperous institution of Estimates ginia and at Richmond college ing ground in the same neighbor- the large efit of their customers and corre- Â¬ of the officials of some to the amount graduating from thelatier in March hood spondents preliminary to the op-Â¬ institutions vary as 1859 PERSONAL G0S5IP eration of that portion of the war of revenue resulting from theirJ He first located in Richmond Va transactions from 50000 to 150- rerenue law which applies to bank and in 1S61 was appointed assist Â¬ JL ing transactions Some confusion 000 according to the nature and ant Surgeon in the C S army and 3Ir L W Gaines of Elkton is is expected from the first enforce- Â¬ size of their business This means assigned to duty in the famous in the city ment of the adhesive stamp tax pro from 2 to 1 per cent on a cap Â¬ Libby Prison Hospital at Rich Â¬ Mrs Mary Oncle of Evansville Tie law proÂ¬ visions but with a view to reducing ital ot 2000000 mond Va where he remained un- Â¬ is visitingithe family of Mr Joe D such friction to a minimum several vides that the drawer of a check Oncle formerly til 1662 when he was made Sur-- Higginr Mrs Can get shoes and oxfords to fit thorn for next to institutions are issuing circulars shall affix the stamp at once and jgeon serving with the armies of lived in thiscity the purchaser of a draft or a bill Â¬ calling attention to the chief featVirginia and Tennessee until the We are overloaded on Mens sizes 5 Mrs Robert T Daniel left nothing ures particularly the issuance of of foriejrn exchange or letter of close of the war In 1863 he settled Wednesday for Hopkinsville where will be required to reimburse The following credit checks and drafts ahd Ladies sizes 1 in this city and at once engaged she vr remain for several weeks 5 1 2 6 6 6 1 2 and from one national bank will serve the bank for the tax in addition to 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 and the present rate of exchange in a large surgical practice and Trenton Democrat in all grades of shoes as a sample of the list became a liberal contributor to the Miss Ida Greer who taught charged on such documents We desire To Our Customers 16S4 music in medical journals the Auburn Seminary last to draw your attention to the fact As indicated in the circular most various elected to the Chair In f of he was that part of the new war revenue of the banks will carry stocks of omy in the Hospital Medical AnatÂ¬ season visited Miss Nannie Chick Col act vhich requires the use and can- Â¬ stamps to sell to their customers lege of Memphis which lie resigned last week She goes to Hopkins Â¬ cellation of adhesive stamps on In time checks will be printed un- Â¬ in 1SS7 on account of ill health He ville where she will teach music in checks and other like documents der government supervision with is a member of quite a number of Bethel Female College Russell WILL BE SOLD AT- will go into effect on and after July the stamp included in the engrav medical societies beside the Filson ville Herald Ledger ing The banks will sell check 1 1S9S It is necessary therefore club historical society of Ken Mesdames F J that all your checks drawn on and books to their customers for the tucky and the Potytechnic Insti- Â¬ Mary A Morton and J Browned B Rich cost of the stamps where they have after that date shall bear a 2 cent tute of Louisville Many of his ards and Misses Katie McDaniel internal revenue stamp which you had the custom of giving them surgical operations have been re-Â¬ must cancel at the time of attaching away Where it is allowed by law ported in the various medical jourÂ¬ Mary Hille and Mary Jessie Brow nell left this morning- - for Franklin by writing thereon the initials of some institutions will prefer to ac- Â¬ nals of the country Fuqua your name with the date of attach Â¬ commodate their customers by ac-Â¬ is always dignified in appearance Ky to attend a missionary meetin ing the stamp It is a serious mis- Â¬ cepting the taskaffixingthe stamps and is a gentleman of the most Â¬ demeanor under the law to omit and charging them regularly on acmanners HERE AtND THERE this designedly at least for count -- r which punishment by fine is pro-- It will be well for those who are House Party of Little Girls C H Layne has a nice pony for Tided and moreover checks etc preparing to use ordinary postage Several of the future belles of sale I stamps in the paymentof 6 21dtf var taxes issued without being thus stamped Hopkinsville went out toPembroke are not admissible in evidence in to know that ordinary stamps will this afternoon to spend a week at a Wanted To buy a load of Clover not be accepted As the bureau of court i house party at Mr Smiths They Hay apply at this office We send you this circular mere- Â¬ engraving and printing running a Jersey cows with calls for to have lots of ly as a reminder and in the hope fnll force night and day could not expect were Misses fun In the Two R W WARE party Jean McKee sale that it may serve to some extent to prepare a sufficient supply of ad- Â¬ Jean Goldthwaite Tillie Moore More than 200 dogs have been prevent the trouble sure to result hesive stamps to meet the require- Â¬ Rosalie Green Mollie Garnett and killed in Owensboro under the dog from omissions through oversight ments of the law the secretary of Pleasure Preserved Mary Anderson Hopkinsville Gas Lighting Co poisoning ordinance fSm i or misinformation of this new re the treasury has decided to utilize In preserving fruits on the new a large reserve supply of blue 1 Rev S X Vail wishes to sell his quirement of the law Young Folks Have a Party Important Notice fine family mare with buggy will Blue Flame oil stoves sold by Arrangements for the sale of cent postage stamps for that pur stamps have not vet been perfected pose just as tne stocK or old rev-Â¬ Miss Norma West entertained dispose of her at a bargain Per Geo WT Young This is without To intending consumers any sort of doubt the nearest per- - WTe respecttully call your atten- by the government We hope to be enue stamps was imprinted for the about two dozen of her young friends fectly ssfe for a lady to drive 11 1 m auit 4iu tzscji llicac -SlillUUis U iucn OIr payment ot taxes tnat became op- Â¬ at the residence of her father- Mr Many handsome new rubber fect oil stove that we ever had tion to the fact that our liberal iKIf r i j on Virginia streefr last Burn gasoline or oil or both in the offer of 30 feet of service pipe and fv5 our customers as may find it con- - erative the dav after the bill be R F West evening Elegant refreshments tired traps are appearing on the same stove Simply easily hand- - free ditching will shortly be Avith- venient to buy their stamps of us came a law These postage stamps were served and the evening streets Most of them are being iSft Ihe assumption is that the law will bear the initals I R to- in- Â¬ throughout was very enjojable turned out by the local manufac- Â¬ Ied under perfect control not high- I drawn It is to vour interest to put priced- lou will actually do your- in 3 our application before July will become effective on Julv 1 in dicate that they are used for inter-Â¬ turers j nui self a favor by going to see this 1st and receive this absolutely accordance with its terms as passed nal revenue purposes and will be Unrecorded Deeds Mr W E Bradley and Miss wonderful stove operated and if free gift Also the use of a gas Jby both houses and signed by the used in addition to the new adhes-Â¬ There are about 150 unrecorded y president but secretary Gage has ive stamps which will be supplied deeds in the county clerks office MinaMurphj were married at the you buy one you might have more range for 30 dayscfree of charge IE made a suggestion to congress that in limited quantities untila reserve On and after July 1st an extra tax residence of Milton Jackson on old time religion on hand when which can be purchased at abso- Â¬ the summer the adhesive stamp provisions be supply has been accumulated suff- Â¬ of 50 cents each will have to be Blackman street SouthClarksville forgot NO is goneIX And sav we lutely cost price Gas for fuel pur-Â¬ WICK IT at 8 oclock last evening Rev W poses 125 per 1000 fuel and modified to become effective on Julv icient to meet all demands Then paid for recording J Miller of Trinity church officiat 15 on account of the difficulty of the use of the postage stamps will light S150 illuminating exclusively At the Churches ing Times 200 preparing sufficient stamps to car- Â¬ be discontinued Chicago Record Apply to A Pattox Shipping Beef Cattle All of the churches to morrow ry on business before that date Manager Howe Bldg Main St Messrs J WT Chestnut Colof The delay of two months in invad- - will hold the regular morning ser-Â¬ 7 a m to 9 p m Remember the riaine Xatest Washington i advices how- Â¬ Trenton shipped two car loads of f ing Cuba has made its conquest all vices At night the four Christian ever state that the department will Place to get your fine Merchant fine beef cattle to Louisville to day the more difficult Much of the Once again we are prompted to be able to meet all demandson July Tailoring is by Fownght Pants They will make another shipmentv olood being spilled may be charged Endeavor churches will not hold evening servicea but unite in an rise up and request that the steam 1 except for 1 cent stamps made for S3 5 57 and Suits14 of fat cattle and hogs the first of up to the do nothing policy at Endeavor raly at the Christian er Gussie either change her name The above circular indicates the 1S20 next week I Washington church or ber job t2 e Meh and Women Small VwW WISH V 1 I 7s 3s Worth -- 2 to 6 Ir 50G TO 100 polished - -- 4- A - SjTOrnmttmrottmmmf Cheaper than Before the War 10 WM Sounds right and we hope our farmer friends will have it but you dont deserve it if your wife is broiling herself as well as your food over an old burned out andusecf up cook stove that perhaps never was good enough for the best woman in the world Thats your wife is it not Now bring her here and buy a sure enough good guaranteed Saving ice Every day Of its life Â¬ Â¬ f But still higher in rrice than anybodys second class stove construction for the very good reason that quality must be paid for And living long- Â¬ HE iNij mmmmmmmmmw MM A good cook told rer employer 1 er than any oth er make of refrigerators cook a whole meal on this new Charter Oak with same imoaai af fitei I baJ just the GURNEY makes new cus tomers every season and never loses one Many reasons are shown why it is the best but sav- b 4 w to start a fin in our old stove Search the world for a dissat isfied user of III II- - LhsmtQt Oak r 3 iS Â¬ i Charier Oak I CHARTER Sfc fiSf- e- Dont stop either MM1 you give her a nice little gasoline stove that will keepherMempcr sweet and make the whole fcnjuy Jive longer t -- 8 mg ice beats alL OAK THEY li nnrrvi Z5m5S JmmS 111 STOVES UmT IO--Hise 5 CENTS ofithe ice bill pays n nm COST MUCH - a day mmmmtSV 9 OfAKTI KKMM33 M n - mhbvs Tzt m entire cost of refrigerator in two or three seasons -- mmmmmiiH iiiiimii - mim sm w f lX it OAK 3TOVD p Louis raako 1 r IGJ3 JL mIl eik t