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I - mlpf lEntttchiatL HOPKINSVILLE MANY VOL 1 NO 62 KY MDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 27 LADYS DEATH 1898 PEIOE 2 CENTS CANDIDATES READY Shafter and Chaffee at The Citys Gates Linares Has Retired to His M J Candl A GOOD 9 New Prison Board Will ElccTOlP Mrs Q Howard Stowe Passes cers To Day Away Sunday Morning if Last Entrenchments - 0ur army is now within Juruguay Cuba June 27Speclal brigade an hours march of Santiago Gen Chaffee heads the the declared he at the front and occupies Seviila where Gen Linares is now intrenched would make his stand Instead he withdrew and is atlhe outer line of defenses of the city of Santiago Gen Shafter directing the operations which will begin as soon as the personally heavy artillery can be frought into position take Santiago before the end of the week Gen Shafter hopes to - Rumors and RmorsNow Passing Through the Ronie June vately informed Spain 28-Special-Thc r latest pri- Â¬ liberal asserts that Italy has thatCamaras fleet will not be allowed to coal at any Italian ports on the Red Sea of the United States Port Said June fleet to coal Consul the Egyptian government will not permit Camaras at Suez canal ports until further orders is reported here that Camara is London June f now passing through the Suez canal 27-Spe- cial-It Broke Quarantine Regulations A Cuban Sloop at Key West The All is now quiet off Havana Special Key West June 27 departure of the steamers Santomingo and Montevideo from Havana is denied by the captain of one of the blockading ships port yester J The crew of the sloop Isabella which sneaked into this The Isabella came day were arrested by the health authorities of food and from Camagiiay and comfirms the report that Gomez is short ammunition Peace Rumors at Rome Carrie Edwards Stowe dates for prison officers are Coming wife of Mr G Howard Stowe died in thick to be in attendance at the at her home at Julien Ky Sunday 10 oclock meeting- of the new board to elect jnorning at Mrs Stowe had been in bad officers on Monday health for several weeks but ap The impression seems to be among peared to be gradually regaining them that they will go into office her strength but a few days ago July 23 though it is not yet known she suffered a relapse and never what further steps the old board rallied from it She grew weaker by degrees until death relieved her will take Warden Happy arrived suffering here this morning to attend- the Mrs Stowe was Miss Carrie Ed- meeting of the prison officers to dq- - awards and was about 38 years of age She was married to Mr cide what steps will be taken Stowe in 1878 and leaves seven Wedding Near Pec Dee Children five sons and two daugh- Â¬ A pretty wedding occurred at the ters She was a consistent christian a home of Mrs E L Dickenson member of the Baptist church and mother of the bride near Pee Dee last Thursday the contracting was a living example of the good parties being Mr Wallace Cherry ness and beauty of a christian life of Tennessee and Miss Mallie Bi he was an affectionate wife a lov Dickenson The ceremony Was ing mother and a kind and obliging performed by Rev A C Dorris in neighbor She will be missed from the presence of a large number of the home circle and from the com- friends and relatives of the young iinunity in which her life was spent The funeral services were held people this afternoon at 3 oclock at her The groom is a prosperous young farmer and is well liked by all who late residence and the burial fol- Â¬ know him while his bride is a very lowed at the Stowe homestead pretty and attractive young lady near by and is exceedingly popular wfith WILL WED WEDNESDAY Mr and Mrs her acquaintances Cherry will make their homeih Trenton Society Will Be Surprised Tennessee 4 V by This Announcement Bowling Green Boy Was There f O We say fttand we say it agrfin i xtum iiuaiiiiiuiii U twtnl- iuui tuv lut iavi Â¬ that when a really big thing hap- contracting parties are trying to pens in this wide world a Bowling keep the affair a dead secret it Green man will be found somewhere is a fact nevertheless that on in the very thickest of it Color Wednesday evening at the brides Sergeant Hugh B Wright of Troop beautiful home one mile from Trent- Â¬ E Roosevelts Rough Riders is on Miss Ada the accomplished the only Kentuckian in the whole daughter of Mr C B Crutchfield a regiment but he was one of the prosperous and well known farmer throe first men whofirst planteclthe will become the wife of the Hon O American flag on the top of the Al W Wilson the present County At tarcs mountains just back of Bai torney of Todd county This news comes by way of the quiri Cuba BowlingGrcen Tunes Kfntuckians little bird that Locust Year keeps us posted of society events ot of the Trenton and is substantiated by According to the report Government entomologist we arc the confidential statements of Mr soon to have anjjinvasion of locusts Wilson himself who is here to day They say that the locusts are di loohing after matters in the Circuit vided into thirteen and seventeen Court year fellows and they are all due Both Mr Wilson andMissCrutch this summer The first named be- field are well known intlopkinsville long to the South while the latter society and their many friends of are a Northern product or in other this city will join The Kentuckian in words the Southern locust will ma- in offering congratulations his advance ture four years earlier than Northern neighbor INSTRUCTED FOR ALLEN tÂ¬ Frankfort Ky June 26 Mrs SPAIN Is the Next Objective Point of Invasion Watsons Eastern Squadron Organized For Europe Washington June 27 Navy Department to day says once to the Spanish coast i Special The Navy department has issued a statement that Commodore Howell has been assigned to the first squadron North Atlantic fleet Commodore Schley to the second squadron and Commodore Watson to the Eastern squadron com- Â¬ posed of the Flagship Newark the battleships Iowa and Oregon the cruisers Yosemite Yankee and Dixie and the colliers Scinda Abar anda and Alexander The Eastern squadron will sail for the coast of Spain shortly WASHINGTON Special the Commodore Watson will sail A bulletin posted by to day on the Newark to join Sampson when he will proceed at June 27 -- a 3m OUR HEROES REWARDED PRESIDENT SENDS IN A MESSAGE Washington June 27 Special The President has sent in a message to the Senate nominating CadetEowell to be advanced two num bers and to be ensign of the navy for extraordinary heroism in charge of the launch that accompanied the Merrimac He recommended that Hobson be transferred to the line of the navy and promoted to such po- Â¬ sition as the President may determine He also commended Lieut Prank II Newcomb of the cutter Hud- Â¬ son for rescuing the disabled Winslowat Cardenas May 11 recommend- Â¬ ing that the thanks of Congress be extended to him and his officers and men and that a gold medal of honor be given him and each member of the crew He also recommended that Capt Hodgson who commanded the Hugh McCulloch at the battle of Manila be placed on the retired list at full duty pay in recognition of his efficient and meritorious services -- I Â¬ Dont Believe the Suez Story Camara Thought to Be Fooling Will Build a Wing Important improvements are to be College be Called In made at Bethel Female will be this The Pope M the summer among which to be ready by A Journal dispatch from Rome as erection of a wing Special New York June 27 the fall session It the beginning serts that a papal nuncio has been telegraphed from Madrid to the Pope is estimated that the new building op- Â¬ will cost 3000 and one third of the that the Gueen Regent desires the mediation of his holiness when an of concluding peace At present amount has already been subportune moment arrives with the object scribed The architects were tak Â¬ she is convinced that Spain is bound to continue the war ing measurements to day and pre paring to get up the plans for the work which will be pushed as rap Hobson Faring Sumptuously idly as possible Christian Countys to Special It can be stated on authority that Washington June 27 the President the Secretary of State and the Secretary of the Navy all The Democratic convention at refuse to believe that Camaras fleet is bound for the Philippines Gen Duffields command ol 1300 men is expected to arrive in Cuba 1 p m organized with Isaac Gar rott chairman and Geo EGary to day Not be Divided 16 Votes Will secretary It was short and purely formal Only one vote was taken and that was to instruct for Allen solid and Â¬ MANILA EXPEDITION IS OFF Â¬ In a GroundFloor Apartment Special The World prints a telegram from New York June 27 British Minister Rainsden at Santiago that Hobson is confined In a spacious front room on the ground floor of the barracks and is provided With better food than the Spanish soldiers m lygM Dazas New Explosive Kills Those Inhaling Its Vapors - - - 4 v London June 27 Special sayg Dazas explosive is useless orit will kill those usingit T A to the Daily News The wincl mustbe with it when used Paris dispatch i Merrhfs Men Still at Sea All Is Quiet - at Manila No A Hong Kong dispatch says Spocial London June 27 All is quiet American transport had arrived at Manila up to J una 23 - them i Ili I milfPV right whr he iito io b U frotit -- He wa in crap th grt UJnt FlfhUaf W IHje Thwe wjio ilVety know1 unythinyV giv woundttd r unriirftnid to thq re blind their knpwjedge vry n q txyt chnce taftrNNr gmk ttHful thi glorious Fourth GEN MERRITT ON THE NEWPORT appoint delegates The delegates were Isaac Gar The last of the third expedi- Â¬ Special San Prancisco June 37 rott Geo E Gong W A Wilgus tion boarded the Valencia to day Gen Merntt with baggage is aboard Geo P Campbell BuckncrLeavell Appellate Judge Race Hanbery D P Myers W H the Newport The start will be made this afternoon or early in the JT Louisville June 27 Democratic Wcjst J C Duffy J D Ware A morning conventions were hckrin the various M Cooper L C Cravens T M counties composing the Third ap- Barker and Chas M Meacham Spanish Ambassador Who pellate judicial district convention and other good Democrats report- Â¬ Saturday Results are not ed from all the comities but it is NEW WHEAT RECEIVED Says Camara Will go Back to Cadiz known no candidate got the major ity of votes The Journals Rome cable quotes Qrades as No 2 and is Sold at Special Mew York June 27 Judge James Garnett of Colum- Â¬ 60 Cents the Spanish Ambassador Delmazo as saying thatCamaras voyage is a v bia leads with the instructed votes ruse After a short stay at Suez he will return to Cadiz of seven counties and a contesting of the new crop The first wheat delegation in Barren Judges HopKelly and Beckham are the was brought in Saturday and sold son Waiting Garner The convention to ihe Acme Mills Co at GO cenh other candidates per bushel It was raised by W meets at Lebanon this week Gore H Phipps and Hooser Decisive News Momentarily Expected being made at the dot An Arm Crushed both deliveries Robt Warder Jr a fourteen-year-ol- d sanWtime The wheat graded at A Madrid correspondent says decisive Tampa June colored boy got his right No o Sagasta news is momentarily expected from both Manila and Santiago arm caught in the belting of the is trying to avert an internal crisis till then hiltHini With a Rock machinery at Dalton Bros brick Bud Smith and Walter Gardner yard badly lacerating the flesh and breaking the bone just below young- farmers ot the Cerulean Will Them Away Springs neighborhood had a row the elbow Sunday afternoon which resulted Capt Feland Horn South Ship to Hayti in Smith being knocked down With morn-ing-fCapt John Feland left this a rock He was hit on the head Chickamaug it it believed aid pretty badly1 hurt SpeciaJThe British cruiser Talbot has Jjqen Nausau June 27 phIIkI In the arinv In timne canac- t to Ilaytt to take the English CQftmil and resident- away antic- Hjs plans wert not Where villfhe august Augutfi be ordered Itydr other I innuHif invapn irnAiujwr 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3 Ustjll- - aereaat gaia vacairw will B fiiledl M jQCaJL t2S V raw taiMHKli KWI tMSlMMai- aanMJit itt i y e - I laaaalanr a amflr BoSaaik af tariir t aa-- 3ii JKy iBaafcMi wMaBr 3S 4i - M JMPfl 911 MaaaaBaaaBaBa9 jLjnr DazaaaaaBlJ ClAtaaaaT SlBMB JPfBWp l LfT ftjJiiC BSTT i tai8nBKiyBHWBaBaa f- - pyr v i m u SUPERSTITIONS ON WARSHIPS No GEN ROYAL T FRANK AtcrHtt ha I- From These Js tnnManyFreeWhich Are of frmctM Very Odd - Ilo SucocciU flcii Com- - imAHiIhhI Ht lovcrHrM InHtl New York - 21 Ana UicNcw ItlatlicwB Scwinje FEEE -- The Kentuckian 1 Year Machine Tkji most pictiilroeque superstitions tered the military academy July 1854 of tbo eons aro those which govern n IFo woh mndc brevet second llonUiiant modorn mau of war Every old salt In the Fifth Infnntry July 1 1858 sec in tho nnvy believes in hoodooB and ond lieutenant in the ISIghtii Infnntry 10 spells which may work nil sorts of October nnd 1858 first lieutenant May 14 1801 cnntnln Kebrtmry 27 1802 oylls on his ship nnd must bo carefully 1 Gen lloynl T Frank the Eiietessorof Gen Mcrrltt us cotinualHlnnt of Gover Â¬ nors Island vns born In Maine and enÂ¬ idem Â¬ i FOR ONLY li m w 21 arm Mi M War --- A With nil tho latest im provomouts Tho bostMnohino for the least monoy over manufacf ured guarded iigaitiBt snporstitions lmvo boon evolved from older notions of tho sou ninny na nnciont as tho nrt of nnvi gatiou Tho great lovollor steam has modified moro or loss and peculiar dangers of warships havo called forth many now theories and beliefs Tho mysterioud powers of Bhipa boo doos aro said to commonce long boforo the ship itself has outered tho water It is a very generally accepted sup erstition that if tho first blow which is Btruck tho kool bringB sparks the ship is destined in some future battle to Buffer from a raking firo from the onemy The oldtirao practice of stealing a piece of wood and imbedding it in tho prow for good luck is of course impossible in tho ca6e of steel ships though t is considered lucky to have a pieco of stolen wood on board if only as a keopsako Another old superstition is BaTlsf led by placing a silver coin in some crevice Of the fighting top of tho mainmast or some place below decks whoro it touches the Bteel mast Originally it was a very common custom to imbed a silver coin and preferably a Spanish coin in tho wooden steps near the Â¬ -- Warship Ne wis iJ C simplo diifaUlo Light running noiseless Every Machino wnrrantnd years A 10 and freight prepaid GEN KOYAL T FRANK Tho Now Commandant at Governors land N Y S50 Alachino for for II HERE Cash mnst nccompany al In- Â¬ orclors 81KUIVIOATIONS five and one halt inches Hloh and eight and ono half Inches Ioiik Inside measurement This is as high as any family raacltlno madoand mnst not be confounded with the medium or so called hldi arm ma chines Tho bead tilato setj into or Iovel with the table Tho Nccdlo Is straight sclf actinfj flat on one sldo and cannot bo set wrong The Shuttle Is open on tho end cyllndor jlnvpo and absolutely Tlio Bearings Are all stcol well fitted and adjustable Solf threading The machino is and no holu to put tho thread through except thonyo of tho nccdlo Tho Feed Is positive In action and has no springs to get nut ofordcr Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind tho oobbin as smooth as on a spool of thread ThoStitch Is double lock stitch Tho same on both sides and will not ravel Can bo lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty stitches to tho inch Tho Tension Is a flat sprln tension and ad jus table to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nloklo plated and has a loose wheel attached to oporato bobbin winder without running machine Tho Movement Is tho celebrated eccentric movements positive in action and fowpr work Â¬ ing parts than any machine on tho market Tho Stand Has latgo balance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadle is largo and hangs in cone centers and all loit motion can bo taken up asters under eioh nnd and can bo easily moved A nice dress guard over Tho Head Ts g 4l maBt President to Reward Heroes Prompt and substantial recognition is in store for olllcers in Gou During the war of the rebellion he wns made brevet major July 0 1802 forgal lantand meritorious conduct during the peninsular campaign nnd brevet lieutenant colonel December 13 1802 for gallant and meritorious conduct at Fredericksburg He was transferred to the First artillery December 15 1870 and was made major January 2 1881 lie was made licutcnnnt colonel In the Second artillery January 25 1880 and colonel of the First artillery October 25 1894 In the meanwhile he became commandant of the artillery school at Fort Monroo November 25 1888 His present rank is in the volunteer army and after tho wnr he may resume his rank as colonel of artillery In the regular army Ills record ns a soldier is nn enviable one ITc is n quiet nnd Unnssuming but determined man He gives his orders without the slightest ostentation of authority and is noted for his kind and considerate bearing townrd blsinferiors Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wheel to keep dress from getting on wheel Atlachn cuts Are the famous Johnsons set In a tin box and consists of tucker rulllor fouvhemniers binder quilter foot hemnicr and feller under braider and sheerer oil can and oil two crew drivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb scrow guago and book of directions The Furniture Is well made highly pol ished and elegant In appcaranco All these machines will bo sent out with oak furniture unless walnut Is specified Kach machine has a look to the drawers and coyr nice nickel plato drop ring t to all drawers All machines are well packed and orated ItEAU OUK UUAHANTKE Th New Mathews Machino is warranted 10 yeais from date of purchase and thirty days trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction Is not given tho machine may bo rcshlpped to tons at our expense and the money paid uS will be refunded promptly Under this guarantco you run no risk what Â¬ ever in purchasing tho NowMathows Machino You have thirty days trial of it in your own home and If for any reason you should wish to return the machino it may eo shipped to us at our expenso and tho money will bo re funded All communications regarding tho New Mathews Machine should bo addressed to Â¬ 6 neighboring towns to sub- scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most re- liable war news Sa I A people of Hopkinsville and m is no need for the f m i f K The Dally Kentucklans Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and c very department of the paper is supplied with a Shelters In rank UNIQUE MONUMENT CliAS M MEACHAM army who maydiBtiuguishlhemEfelveB in battle at Santiago President McKinloYI understand is holding backsomo of his most impor tantarmy patrouago as an incontive for doeds of valor for the officers wh3 have Ho still has uow gone to the field Major Generalships at his eighteen disposal Now thattho youngSecond Lieutenants have been appointed this is about all the patronage in tho way of army commissions All tho Brigadier Generals are appointed sixty two in all but by carrying out his purpose of promoting Brigadier Generals uow in service to tho higher grade of Major General Hopkinsville Ky Description ot the Improved New Mathews Macliine It Mnrkn the Inst ncHtlntr IMnce of Ed Sclilcffclln the Founder This machine is manufactured with the view of supplying a long felt of To in lint one A T vvant to wit A Modern High arm first class Sowing Machine with nil late improvements and of first class material and good workmanship including A granite monument has been reared tho best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instrucabove the grave of Ed SchieJTelin the tions accompanies every machino founder of Tombstone Ariz The grave of the dead miner is on Granite hill In making your remittauco we prefer postoffice money ordor registered overlooking the city of Tombstone The letter express monoy ordes or New York Exchange Individual checks unwidow Mrs Mary Schieffelln of Ala less certified to will not be received meda Cal has received a photograph of the monument Granite hill is the highest landmark of thnt region The man who now lies burled on itssummitslept many a night t i mm hifflnrifiriiiriiTi on the very same spot while on prospecting tours At Ills request his grave was cut there in the solid granite The base of the monument is 20 feet ho will havoan opportunity to appoint square and about three feet high oither civilians or regular officeis to grounded on solid granite The shaft itself Is 20 feet high On one side is a the lower grade of gonoral officers slab bearing the inscription lid gorlnfants and Children In appointing the rdtuaiuiug eighteen Schieffelln Died May 12 1807 aged 40 Major Generals tho President will years 8 months A dutiful son a faith- 1 stick very olosoly to the regular army 1 There has been a great deal of prqBStiro in behalf of veterans of tho jSVeeetqblcPreparationforAs- late war with distinguished military slmilalinglheToodatidRegula- - ii records but tho President has coil eluded that genuine efficiency and not sentiment nmal govern in fut ure selections Tho President had u list of tho Bii Promotes DiesHonChcetrul-m gadior GouoralB iu tho regular army nessandlfestContainsneitlicr V which ho expected to soud to tho Sen vl OpiumMorplniie nor Mineral g concluded to hod it back ISOT NARCOTIC alo but Washing for tho reasons stated UNIQUE MONUMENT touttolegram to tho New York Hornld High Top Jtove ofOldJJrSMVELnitnm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aiffreag5asffi itt SSL Ki aj npktn SttH ilxScnnn liotktUe Sails -tnht Seed -- news service that cannot be surpassed in all nd You Have Western tucky Ken- Â¬ I Always Bought mmiisifB II Signature for w nf JJfflP JfilJ I MiWH JpFcmiht Jit Qvtonatcfodoi Daily delivered In the city 10 Gts Per Week TmTii m rryn www wMWwmiiiii cw rr Kentuckian Bid 212 SAlain 2 A Few Spanish Idioms Tho Btudeut of modern Spanish should oboorvo that there aro many words iu the language that correspond toEnglish words in spelling but which havo an outirely different meaning In ordor to enable the readers t r t Eroded on of One of Arizonas est Hills Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL fnl husband a kind brother a true The monument is built of the friend brown granite blocks of the hilltop The construction of the monument was superintended by August Harrow nn old time friend of the deceased miner Ed Schleffelin was one of the best known of the adventurous prospectors understand the Madrid and Havana who searched out the mineral wealth of dispatches we interpret a few of the great west Of an educated family these Spanish terma and phrases ho possessed unusual ability and enOregon Nevada nnd California Brilliant victory Escape of Spanish ergy the fields of his early career as o wero fleet from destruction miner He drifted Into Arhoun and Enthusiasm Happy feeling occa found the ore that made hi in rich nnd sioned by tho cessation of firing by gave the world one of Its best mining Â¬ 1 1 forConstipa y flitniSccrf ftqnfud Sugar IWfiyrcui fTaran f w loo Vkk4 The Ml J ApcrfcclHcmcdy tion Sour StomachDiarrhoca WormsConvulsionsFcvcrish ncss andLosS OF SLEEP II Daily One Month - 35 Daily Three Months - 100 Daily One Year - 400 Semi Weekly Edition 1 yr 200 Tac Simile Signature of fU - Have the Americans Spanish courage Ability to keep out of range of Samptono guns Without damage1 Without annihilation Â¬ camps Cowardly YaukceiMea miraL Dewey like Ad 55 American dereatu Destruction of n break out between them The triple SpauiBh fleet by the cowardly Ynu alliance would have the greatest num kooo ber of reserves Germany has 1305 bat To pacify To icudcr desolate to talions of Infantry 508 cavalry squad Â¬ rons nnd 3024 caunon Austria 034 batWoylcrize talions 435 squadrons and 2144 canuon To fight a naval battle To bottle nnd Itnly 507 battalions 145 squadrons upa Hoot so Mint tho Americans cm and 1500 cannon On the other hand France has 1133 battalions 600 squad not get at it rons and 4170 cannon and ijussln 1635 To inflict damage upon the onomy nntl 0778 To firo off projootileB ut theAmori battalions 1253 squadrons ennnon can war vossolwithout getting with KceillnK Wr NIonhanlM in a half milo of tho truo range Rlephnnts ln tho Indian army aro fed Such aro a fosyof themost common twice n day When meal time arrives SpauiBh idioms which bidet bo learn- - they nrfc drawn up In line bofornrow rim 9 WWmtemtorid dUnalcbe of piles of fopdten FqJ qnlmnie brenk lfln50f fawn ice IWrW WM Mtoltti WW 8 O fust Includes Tlirki U wanned in MVMnud thfo mi i jl Mr Uie oomnmn AJ Jo Siafcley and Poitarlas- - tferl with grw At r J i fvntioa r hw f icptmiH w u unirjK r ixKkfl h fWte BWk8P i thrown into IU capit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Good FlgnrH to Study It is estimated that he triple alliance Ocrmnny Austria nnd Itnly could put 2800 battalions 1088 squad rons and 0758 guns Into tfre Held as ngnlust 2QS8 bnttalions 1753 squad rons and 7051 guns of the double alll unco Franco and Russia should war Â¬ Â¬ gL lH S piw mmmwm EXACT NEW YORK JLifylie I Always Bought I m iaa tfwflBfci IM a hs aw 63 The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the Pi RS fflft I I COpy OF WRAPPER a ra I ii best pictures to be obtained THC CtNTAUU COMPANY NEW YOHK CITY mmfflNGBiB3BS2SEML iMEtaaii liin II IW IllWlll liHilWtlWIWlMiliMMI Subscribe Now And Get The News 2 bend in your subscriptioii by mail Call at the office in the Kentuckian Buildimr first floor at 212 l niilh Msiiri Xtrpftt-- or tolunhone v 99 2 Address - I t gr ap- mmmwmmwmmwwtiimmmmK t LI Dont Do a Thing iJhtil you have seen my new line of imported SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS guarantee QIHL1TY STYLE and WORKMAN- SHIP he best tlmtmoncy can secure I E 3 3 v tfWfpWtwttJfctatiOit 1 ra io h J bOMUi -- J-t Tobitl Tailor las 11 Mcacliairi Publisher HOPKINiSYILLE KY h fa main 3MI- CRAP WHccler A Hopklnsvllle Boy With GE i WO NEW CAVES ich t PERSONAL GOSSIP Mr J T Sundayg Wall visited Gracey Warfield is visiting - Said to be Rivals of the fjWam moth ami Colossal al5ntiaso to see The first Hopkinsville boy D Brown services m Cuba was L Is Causes a Elites lisrsdea Cvirns SK Handsome Printed Lams til tiv m M Ik- lr V Clarksvjlle Attorney B F Procter lias just returned from a business trip to 2kfryi H Jernigan- of Pem- who Colossal Cavern and snowed us brokespeht the day heC son of Judge M DBrown Jrtlj Santiago Her some from curios with Wheeler around jry Reese the Killed and Lucian them beautiful caves are taken great MhJiD Coleman of Bell visited v re it ilie These He was the only white cavalry Jv thecitytcday Davie the Killer Lr itt Hi nnd went to rivals to the Mammoth Cave and cruiiirum luia v MrRl L Cook and wife4 who ON are about to be opened br ii com Chattanooga and was as5igneato have been visiting the family of Dr pany of capitalists at Louisville the First Cavalry under Gen Joe Once more the crack of a pistol and to be connected with the rail- Â¬ ERlCwk left to day for their limc Wheeler He is in Capt Edwards in Sherman Texas comoanv and was no doub in the has been followed by a Coroners road at Cave City by an electric line tK of cars says the Bowling Green MissMary Herndon who grad Â¬ brush at Sevilla Friday Judge inquest in South Christian Â¬ t tsf Near Herndon at 11 oclock Sun Times Dr Hazcn has discovered uated at Gambier college Ohio two f Brown is very proud of the fact the first Hopkins- Â¬ day morning a shooting affray oc- Â¬ two other caves since the discovery weeks agoreturned homeSaturday that his boy was ville man sent to fight the Span- Â¬ curred and Henry Reese colored of the Colossal Cavern that compe- Â¬ MessrsC N Fox ancfLilcien M was shot dead in his tracks by Lu- Â¬ tent judges regard superior in Cayce of Howell iards were among the M- cian Davie also colored beauty and size to either Colossal visitors td the city to day A game of craps was in progress Cavern or Mammoth CaveA Change in the Plans in the woods near Herndon and two The last two caves arc thought to Mr JL J Oldham of the Trenton Fine sheer India Linen yard i ThePudacah Visitor says the of the participants Henry JReese be parts of Mammoth Cave and to Democrat is in the city to day announced nuptials of Miss Eliza- -got into a dis- Â¬ it may be annexed by opening some MissMary Corbctt and daugh- Â¬ Printed corded dimity yard beth Segenfelter and Mr Harry and Lucian Davie pute the particulars of which are avenues full of the rarest and most ters Maynie and Lou left this will not occur at the Giltner Tandy Avenues morning on a visit to Hopkinsville Ladies line ribbed vests taped neck each Palmer house as stated but at not known Reese left the placeÂ¬ beautiful formations and went to the home of Wm Cole- from the two new caves have al Clarksville and Christian county this Grace Episcopal church ready been opened into both Mam Â¬ to be gone several weeks Paducah Ladies bleacned ribbed vests taped neck and arias IQc each change being made to accord with man near by and borrowed a arreled shot gun and soon aft- moth Cave and Colossal Cavern News the wishes of their hosts of friends Mens fine balbriggan and fancy underwear worth 50c returned added to either would make it the The marriage however will be the erwards Mrs W B Pegram and little Same one called Davies attention greatest cave on earth modest yet pretty function first pro Ladies fine muslin gowns handsomely trimmed - to the approach of Reese who was The Illinois Central Railroad has daughter of Owensboro have taken posed and there will be no other board at Dr R W Wares near Celebrated Columbia negligee madras shirts newest patterns departure from the original idea of seen getting over the fence with the been investigating the costs of ac- Â¬ the asylum f Davie promptly retreated quiring and opening some of these The gun the charming bride-to-b- e Judge H C McGehee and Capt Exquisite French organdies small patterns -V time and hour will therefore as some distance and finally made a Caves as an incentive to travel yard behind a very small sapling over its Mine These caves are R S Pool of Gracey arc in town week stated be Wednesday stand last ETi then but six miles further from the Illi- Â¬ to day and a few inches in diameter evening the 29th at 9 p m Wesson nois Central road than from the L the place Grace Episcopal church drew his pistol a Smith Prof W H Har rison left to day 38 calibre and as Reese advanced fN Miss Emma Reed will be the maid on a fcanvasing trip for B F Col- of honor and Dr C H Tandy of upon him gun in hand Davie fired lege to bcgone a week And a world of dainty choice bargains HERE AND THERE The at- - at a distance of thirty five or forty Hopkinsville best man Mr Geo W Metcalfe and wife tendants will be Messrs C M Ma yards a little before Reese could will save voit lhtich i r arriyedin ihe city Sunday from lott of Indianapolis and H G Mc shoot His aim was true and Reese Wanted- - To buy a loadof Clover Louisville to spend a few days with Elwee Dr W L Hansbro and was hit squarely in the center of Hay apply at this office1 Morris Nash There will be a re the breast He began to sink but I have a couple of cheap fainily the family of Mr G A Hille ception at the Palmer house from advanced several steps and finally MrJas Bowling will return to horses for sale C H Layne 930 to 12 oclock and at 130 the fired the gun the load passing Clarksyille to day Two Jersey cows with calls for wedded couple will leave for a through the leaves above Davies IL aA -ir mA VL Mr J- L Lindenbery has return- Â¬ Mm A r Ji wf aP sale R W WARE head Then while trying- to cock east bridal trip Polite society L A 4A sK r ed from a visit to Evansville A daughter of Lew- Â¬ riends will make of this marriage an event the other barrel he fell dead in his is Wagoner col died on the farm of much note Quite a number of tracks Mrs J B Nance who has been of Esq John S Long near Casky Reese was an old darky about will Athe friends of the groom-to-b- e extremely ill fpr a week is now TTnnU-my-Â¬ sixty years old who lived at Hern- last night 3 come from his n1H hrunp in L much better rr- don and worked about by the day me marriage 10 witness A thunder storm Sundays night - vine r Mrl J M Green h asgone to Ma- Â¬ He leaves a wife from whom he had followed by threatcningyeatherthis now nnnw rv I J 11 Jl L4I1 been separated for some time and morning has had the effect of ser- Â¬ rion and Providence on a business five children Davie is about thirty vjthwheat tr5P- Hntnl ttIc fho rtinlitfiantn Cnrinri HUM five years old and is also a married iously interfering W SWUW WV Mr A AV Pyle and little daugh- Â¬ JIIlJ threshing this week j man but is not living withhis wife at Sebree ter May and her little cousin An infant of Mr and MrvJatucs Coroner Allensworth held an in- Â¬ Knight died Saturday nightrabout Miss Clayton Boales returned to-Â¬ I wish to inform the people of Hop quest Sunday afternoon and the six miles north of the cilyTbe fu- Â¬ day from a visit to Rev and- Mrs re- Â¬ kinsville and all others who wish verdict was that Reeses death neral took place Sunday afternoon A W Meacham near Grace to visit at Sebree Springs that my sulted from a pistol shot from a John Ramsey and T E Wade Rev S N Vail wishes toWlyjhis Mhouse is now open after underiro- - weapon in the hands of Lucian of Elkton spent yesterday in the fine family mare with buggyih flrinir repairs to visitors and further- - Davie No blame was fixed on dispose of her at a bargain Per city visiting relatives and friends jiff IER YEAR r Davie and he will probably have U1U1C LUUl i iiuvc special arrange Air and Mrs Ed Johnson of near fectly hofe for a lady to drive j5vtTw Jim ments with train No 52 going but little trouble in getting out of ft Strayed or stolen from my mlace Pembroke are visiting Mr W H Â¬ k4 north to stop regularly at the the courts as he seems to have actFykes family J itikh springs to accommodate visitors ed clearly in self defense at least 2 miles South of Hopkinsville on Mrs Walter Ward is suffering the night of the 22nd one white and My rates range from 5 to 7 per in the final encounter We are going to quit Davie was arrested Sunday by red spotted Muley cow givingmilkl from a severe attack of erysipelas week Children under ten half will weitrh 800 or more nnv Sinfnri of the face Vprice Address o Constable Frank Rives and Deputy VCA Capt Jno R Green and little son G L Dial Lacy Davidson and is now in jail mation or return of the saidcow profit Making will be rewarded M Adams returned this afternoon He made no resistance nor did he from Sebree Springs Ky Dawson WANTED A live salesman try to escape Temperature and Rainfall each county for an article tliaf DAILY MARKET REPORT Following is the official record everyone uses Will sell iYsenf RECRUITING OFFICERS of the temperature and rainfall for Pleasant employment and exclusive UurrecUiI Dully Hy lta Kuwllng Itauker the past week at the local observa Â¬ Frank Prowse Arrives as the Ad- Â¬ territory itnil Urolcer Iluplt InsvlIU Ky Salary guaranteedto V e o tion station in this city jjwu vuijvvii ouiju reierences aim vance Quard of the Squad and exactly one month earlier than usual we inaugurate Clilcngu Alnrkvt To Duy IIIOIIE3T IOWK JT RAIMFALI stamp for reply Sample sent 4for onday Of 87 00 Opg Higt Closing our Grand Clearance Sale of seasonable goods 25c returnable if not 67 CI uuoday This 00 Private Frank O Prowse of the Address Kentucky wanted Cash Wheat 88 WcdnefldAj 00 i3 Supply Co sale will commence U S army is in the city and will 81 G8 Thuroduy 72 00 July Wheat 73 73 Box 247 Bowling Green KyV Friday 01 70 00 remain until Thursday He arrived Sept Wheat 66 67 90 7a jHaturdoy t67X Tr Gus Fuqua a young man Whose on the I C train Saturday niirht 8undny 63 70 31 107 July Corn 31 from Princeton the last town visited home was at Masonville was snot Sept Corn 32 32 it 32 Set for July 7 in the recruiting round of two and killed on Rough creek a few Sept Oats 20 20 myi miles above Livcrmore Thursday Harry Clark and Ernest Pool weeks Sept Pork 9 72 9 67 72 both of Gracey had a difficulty Sat Â¬ Capt Atkinson and Private morning His death was the result Sept Lard 67 5 Q5 570 and will close Saturday June 18 thus giving you an op- Â¬ urday and Clark swore out a war- Â¬ Henry Hopson were with him but of an accident the fatal shot being Sept Ribs 45 5 45 552 rant against Pool charging him they remained at Princeton and fired by Ollie Tyler a son df Bal Sept wheat puts 66 portunity to buy your spring goods at greatly reduced calls 68 with nourishing a pistol and using went to Paducah today to stay two lard Tyler a well known citizehbf rw ii- prices Each day during this sale willbringforth many Ntw Vorlc Stocks uiul Cotton at The Jfttwo profane language The trial was days They will arrive here by ititihun vine precinct Opff Higt Closing set for 230 this aiternoon but Clark Wednesday morning and the local young men were in a party sthat went out Thursday for a stay VofSK Aug Cotton 6 19 6 24 24 failed to appear and the matter was recruiting office will be open Wed Â¬ 1 21 week in camp Owensboro illnl Am Tob 1 19 20 continued until July 7 Pool exe- Â¬ nesday and Thursday quirer Chicago Gas 95 96 96 250 bond for his appear- cuted a During the last two weeks the 1 05 1 05 CB Q 04 ance on that date recruiting officers have visited sev Â¬ Circuit Court Hatters and those who do not come during this tale will miss L N 52 52 towns and have secured sixty eral Ihe following causes wereatdis 03 Clashed Her Face recruits At Owensboro they got 17 posed of to day in the Circuit Courffj Manhattan 103 We- 30 an opportunity of a lifetime In addition to the ex- Â¬ 1 Sugar 2tf treme low prices we offer we have an elegant lino o Catharine Pendleton col who at Madison aville 27 at Henderson Miss Lena lJyle vs L NHfRi Coal Iron I 25 26 lives on the Mat Major farm near 5 and at Princeton 11 Paducah R Co dismissed settled w ChlciiRO IleccliU To ctfy the city sworn out a warrant Sat- Â¬ and Hopkinsville are yet to be re- Â¬ Li A Bullock vs J D talemair Wheat o Cars i y i urday evening charging Bud ported dismissed Corn 475 Cars Gaines col with having cut her A The recruits as fast as accepted 235 Cars Shehad a long gash on her fore- - are sent to Chickamauga and as- - J t Keeves vs same same lr5fK Oats ftfcir Hogs 48000 consisting of Book Cases head and had lost considerable signed to the companies in camp vj Table Screens Rocking Hopkinsville Gas Lightingtgo Kmlmnturi Iteoelpts Tciinorroir tnc wound The war- Â¬ uioou irom fir Fowler a Candidate Ays rant was placed in the hands of an Wheat loCars Chairs Writing Desks Flat Hacks and Medicine Cabi Â¬ ifflk Corn Important Notice V officer but Gaines lias not yet been Mr W T Fowler of this city is 550 Cars nets These articles are elegant and will adorn any To intending consumers a Republican candidate for the captured Oats 330 Cars f v M ve resnecuuiiy can vour ntton Hogs congressional nomination in the QOpHead home arid are free i v 3 m City Court Notes Second district mc Cn nun The committee iivuau 41 kii1 11 i our nperai Hojr Market t Remember Our Motto- Offer of 80 feet of service pye arid Hogs To day Three cases were tried this morn- Â¬ will meet July 11 48000 Miri free ditching will shortly be With Â¬ ing Jn the Police Court as follows Colored v28000 X1 j StateTeachers Association drawn It is to your interest to nut Hogs To morrow More for your money than any other house Howe McNary coljjumping on Liirht 380 -r r The colored State Teachers As in your application before jujy Mixed moving train fined 5and costs Or your money back 387 Yours truly sociation will meet in Owensboro 1st and receive this absolutely 375 Spencer Dhiguid cpl- - breach of Kotrb ily j July 6 7 and 8 All the prominent free gift Also the use ofj a gas Heavy 390 the peace fined 5 awltrimmings colored teachers will be in attend- Â¬ range for 30 daysDfree of charge Hob Orndbff col samsame ance and the meeting will be filled which can be purchased at abso Â¬ Fell Oyer the Bridge with interest There has been a lutely cost pripe Gas for fuel pur Â¬ A horse hitched to Fpulka coal yf RemenJberhe flaln wonderful advance in this direction poses 125 per 1000 fuel and wagon fell over the bridge on North IJaok get your fine Merchant lin the last ten years and the asso- - light 150 illuminating exclusively Maiu Saturday near theNorfh end hy FowrkkiJfant eiauon is now an organization with 200 r gWmq Apply to A RattonI He fill a iltance p twelve hat AL road for 3 J6 7 luiU14 w 18 1 L rui 71 yw tsuucation- - Man agejvHoweBldirs lfrjpgfe fugitvmi atoy serious iojury iidfiy Morning MrfA G in i - 3 CENTS - - GO SALE TO DAY J J- - - 5c 5c 5c -- double-b- Â¬ 5c ygc 9c that - T w - -- - r iV four-year-o- ld -- j Ftr S t jm Z w v -- The Daily Ketituckiari V- i T - 1 400 TT-F- T-i t1 FOR 30 DAYS 1 jjh wed MAY 18 -- Â¬ I I GREAT 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