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Ji ll I Rend TheJ -- u h Wllt ucktan i m 10 t1 Cls a Week r - tv -- JOatljp Jentitckian HOKINSYILLE KYr SATTJEDAY AFTERNOON JULY 2 1898 i LIVE NEWS On Every Pie Pice We Set The VOL 1 NO 57-- PRIOE 2 CENTS WHEELER IDISABLED v OUR OLD VETERAN FIGHTER TOO SICK TO STAND ON HIS FEET IS CARRIED INTO BATTLE ON A LITTER 1 American Loss 500 in Killed and Wounded IIBIIIIM BATTLE IN DETAIL Yesterdays Conflict Graphical t ly Described i of the - - u Shatter Sends His Official Re port and asks for Surgeons The Americans after a furious Special The battle fight all day yesterday drove the Spaniards into Santiago lasted from early in the morning Until sundown More than four hundred Americans fell killed or wounded but Gen Shafter repprts that comparatively few were killed The Spaniards stood their crround for five hours but could not longer withstand the determined attack- of the Americans1 and began HtHf 41 leaving their intrenchments fi The Forces That Were Engaged and Plans For the 6f Fight To Day f Near Santiago July 2 - i V Shatters Official Report of Yesterdays Great Fight Dispatches from the front make it Special about certain ourtroops will enter Santiago to night or Sunday m tfrom Gen Shaf- Â¬ The following official report was receivedat Wash1ngton July 2 Santiago July 2 Special It was jwith difficulty that the commanding officers restrained the ardor of our troops until the hour for beginning the attack cameThe enthusiasm of the American forces was intense and their spirits quickly spread to the Cubantroopsr Two batteries of light artillery acting under orders from Shatter who went to the front at the head o the troops began the battleby attacking Caney Prom a direct road leads into San- Â¬ tiago Joe Wheeler with a de- Â¬ Gen tachment of the cavalry command and Gen Garcia with his Cuban troops quickly joined Gen Law tons men in the advance upon this-villag- Tenth The Center Column On the left of Lawton in the cen- Â¬ ter resting on the second crossing of the river Guama just back of Sevilla and moving toward Agua Â¬ dores is a force composed of the First brigade under Gen H S Hawkins with the Sixteenth and Sixth infantry the Seventy first New York volunteers under Col Wallace Downs the Second brig gade Col Pierson commanding Second infantry Tenth infantry Twenty first infantry Third brig Â¬ Col ade Worth commanding Ninth Thirteenth and Twenty fourth infantry Gen Bates has the Thirty third Michigan Col Charles L Boynton commanding BALLOON OBSERVATIONS Successful Thermometer is Now at 106 in Shade Details Now Coming in of 0or Dead and Wounded Washington July 2 1 pm Special 100 It is now thought the Iossin yesterdays battle was probably 600 wounded on the American side killed and 500 or 4 Sfc Shells from the Spanish ships in the bay did heavy execu- Â¬ Trial of Gen Qreelys Big War Balloon tion Sj Ivester Scovell the New York Journals correspondent re- Â¬ Washington July 2 Special The trial of the war balloon at San- Â¬ ports one hundred wounded carried past him up to 2 oclock p in tiago yesterday was entirely suc Â¬ Agua Â¬ A Guantanamo Courier reports El Caney captured cessful Gen Greely chief signal officer dores fallen and the fall of Santiago sent a complete balloon train with Gen only a question of hours Hri The Spaniards for a time balloon was used to make observa- Â¬ fought desperately to prevent Caney tions by Gen Shatter Fighting Joe Wheeler Very 111 irom falling infb therhanris of olfr The balloon is of the latest make forces It was a vain effort Gen Joe Wheeler was too ill to stand on his ieet and went fer They boldly faced the enemys and contains when inflated 17000 The complete with his command carried on a litter advancing with his men Siboney July 1 Had a very heavy engagement to day which fire holding their ground tenacious- Â¬ cubic feet of gas ly and pressing forward whcneer equipment of gas making machine lasted from 8 a m until sundown He have carried their outer works an opportunity to gain an adan and apparatus for filling the bal- Â¬ when told the battle was won and are now in possession of them There is now about three fourths of tageous footing presented itself An a mile of open country between my lines and the city By morning Brig Gen Kent who commands loon accompanied the train u Fifteen Cubans Wounded troops will be entrenched and considerable augmentation of forces will the center of the general line of at- Â¬ experienced aeronaut a major in 1 be there Gen Lawtons division and Gen Bates brigade which have tack started the Twenty third reg- Â¬ the signal service has the balloon Â¬ of infantry toward Aguadores train in charge It is said observaFifteen Cubans in the valley before El Paso were wounded been engaged all day in carrying El Caney which was accomplished at iment at the same hour Gen Lawtons tions were taken at several thou- Â¬ m will be in line and in front of Santiago during the night I regret by one Spanish shell men advanced toward Caney sand feet the balloon being an- Â¬ Ho say that our casualties will be above 400 Of these not many are Upon these troops fell the brunt American lines SHAFTER killed of the battle to the southeast of chored within the Reinforcement Arrived Santiago during the early hour of with continuous communication be- Â¬ Morro Castle Was ruined The fight will be renewed this morning tween the balloon and the ground by Watsons squadron will not be sent to Spain until the fall of Santi- Â¬ the day Gen Kent sustained Special Spanish Gen- Â¬ Plaza Del Este July 2 130 p m the heaviest loss of the engage Â¬ means of a telephonic adjustment ago It may be ten clays before he is ready to sail ment These balloon observations are in eral Pando with 500 reinforcements for Gen Linarcsarrived from There was desperate fighting vogue with foreign military bodies Acting under about Aguadores Manzanillo this morning and has made his way into Santiago Â¬ More Doctors Are Wanted orders from Gen Linare the Span Â¬ This is the first successful applicaiards at that point returned the tion of this system in this country after disposing of 800 Cubais who tried to check him The little Wounded American fire with a fury thatÂ¬ band of Cuban patriots made a gallant stand against over- Â¬ Handle SEVERAL MONTHS in our men the fiercest dearoused whelming odds but were overpowered and driven back Special-The 2 War Department at ten termination Washington July Before the Qemocrats Are In Comoclock this morning received a dispatch from Gen Shatter that leads to In their operations about Agua At 2 oclock nothing had been received from Gen Shafter about plete Control of the dores the Americans were greatly fears that he has under estimated our loss He says he must have a encouraged by the work of the fleet the fighting to day Prisons fully equipped hospital ship immediately with additional medical offi Â¬ which poured a heavy fire into the Surgeon Sleets has ordered the naval hospital ship Solace to go cers and supplies also a launch lines of the Spaniards Spec Â¬ Frankfort Ky July 2 to Shafter until the Relief arrives Admiral Sampson ordered the ial There was a general exodus A London Correspondent says certain well known Spanish New York Gloucester and Suwanee of A Hospital Ship Sails candidates and their friends at to attack the batteries recently yesterday The agents there say a great surprise awaits the Americans when they The leaving Frankfort placed to the east of Morro With Stores and Nurses vessels engaged thebattcries at members of the Board of Commis Â¬ enter Santiago That the principal streets are mined short range and left only the sioners left on early trains The hospital ship Relief sailed this scarred hillside to show where the board has given notice that it will Special The Ney York July 2 Dead and Wounded Some of batteries had been located stores provisions and trained nurses morning for Santiago with not elect officers until the inventory The Forces Eigaged of the penitentiaries is completed t Unofficial advices have been re Special Washington July 2 tfv On the right at El Caney now is The whole slate is now changed ceived giving the following losses in Battery A Second Artillery Blockade Runners Nabbed Gen II W LawtoivTvith three but Ed McGrath of Covington and KILLED brigades the First under Col J George Catlett of Lyon are said to PRIVATE 11I0LM PRIVATE UNDERWOOD Eighth Towed to Key West Harbor J Vanhorncommandingjhe and the be sure winners for deputies Mor- Â¬ Twenty second infantry WOUNDED ton Swango of Wolfe is being in this Second Massachusetts volunteers 2 Key West July Special Two prizes were brought SERGEANT HEAR Y SE ARGENT VEITE Col E P Clark commanding tipped for clerk at Eddyville One was the British steamer Benit Eatengcr formerly a morning CORPORAL KOENE The Second brigade is composed SEARGENT CORNFOD say that Thct Commissioners Spanish vessel The other was a Spanish smodc Both were captured of the First Fourth and Twenty CORPORAL McLAlN PRIVATE BARR guards will be selected gradually while trying to run the blockade with supplies for Blanco The Third brigade fifth infantr be several months be Â¬ PRIVATE MITCHELL PRIVATE MASON under Gen A R Chaffee is com Â¬ and it will Vr posed of the Seventh Twelfth and fore all are installed OF ROOSEVELTS UOUC1I1 RIDERS vesse Seventeenth infantry Will Soon Change Their Tune SEARGEANT DEVROE TROOPER FREEMAN pen Joseph Wheeler with four Special Madrid July 2 The THIRD CAVALRY strung batteries Canal light of Lawtonsis division out in the efforts of the peace party have stiff Does Not Enter Gen S rear CORPORAL ARMSTRONG B M Young is attached to Gen cued the back bone of the war par Â¬ to LJoyds say London July2Specinl--Port Said dispatch command His cavalry ty whose cry is nqw no sur Â¬ The temperature at Santiago this morning ia 1QG degrees The theftpinih torpcdoStttfVrniQrpinQ of Camaraa squadron haq gone IVheeleTs and is compos render force is dismounted l fearful heat is terrible 011 the soldiers some of whom only arrived ye A ea r ed of eight troopB of the Firsjt cav Â¬ Michigan vbl alry eight troops of they Third It appears that letting- blip the terday Of these the Harvard brought eighteen hundred ju smtcu umv Tne occupation at nun juau ueiirmii open mc way eljfhh troops o hc Slxth eight dogs of war lias reduced the sixe of unteera They were hurried ashore and hastened forward to joi the to Jterty American line troops of the Ninth nd eight troops grpwler 4 it torftrBfj3fturTf Caneyf Shatters expedition and the Shafter moved on Santiago at an early hour this morning la jp Pandos burgeons Cant -- the Â¬ the une i urns mck A i L the 4VSv - ta 0 o Xbe WBJ -- I wo Small x DefiTertdbrcairierrtoafl jwxu jdzu the TOBIAS HOBSON OF HDBSONS CHOICE tity at FAME J fr m H 10CH31RXVI3X over the country tbfcapers hare been ringing the chaHges on A1I THE i S Tfc IA 1 jESCTtrrnox - zatcs EEK springing of from contortion actslio find course Hobsons choice jocose 10 jSpme xcc DEMOOEA17 10O 10 TICKET OR CONGRESS A x I m I T tr - Roth the Hobsons areffmmortal now The first famous Hobson of OF UNION COCNTY Men8 Heavy Cheviot Work Shirta Bold nt 50c AA WG OurPrlee uleSsed adacre memory was a not Mens Fancy Colored Shirts soft and Negligee Ko ed character in the university town 4 Tiie Kkxtuckian will appear as yilh and without collars Iaundried worth EOc e Cambridge England of usual on the 4th Scrivens Elastic Drawers sold at 100 Our fiKo Tobias Hobson flourished in the reign of King James I says the The first Manila expedition is Chiklreua Shoes and slippers sold at 100 Our Kflr JNew York Mail and k Express now 3S days out from San Fran- Â¬ u Prico He ran a coach line to and cisco Shoes aud Slippers sold at 125 Our Childrcns u from London and in addition u Kn Price Glorious Fourth must be The to this is said to have been the Childress Skoes anu Slippers sold at 150 bur 7Cn celebrated inside the Spanish grandfather of the livery stable Prico breast works business He kept forty horses for Ladies 150 Kid Shoes lace and button all toes QQp and sizes Our Price horse liire but being gifted with remarks All unparliamentary Lilly Bracket human instincts that would raise Coa 500 Mens Shoes Our jQ CQ about Gen Shatters size are here- Â¬ him to day to the presidency of the maras fleet Our Leading Brands of 3 00 Shoos nil styles by withdrawn S P C A Uncle Hobson made it 2 25 Our Price The Democrats of Maine at their a rule that all horses should be let Gen Merritt carries with him to k in turn There- - was no playing Â¬ Manila 3000000 in gold to pay off convention adopted resolutions en- favorites in his barn Each new 1 mi 1 rcT Afnirrim dorsing the principles of the Chic vo have made tlin the soldiers in the Philippines in our cmiaren s ujuu customer had tofake the horse that ago platform opposing the present same extra BARGAINS Our 450 500 and 600 stood nearest the stable door Judge Guffy voted with the Demo- Â¬ prohibitory law and recommending lines at 3 X Our S3 50 and 400 lines Vifc 2 00 Mmc That or none was the old mans l- n i tc you wanui cue iDesu anai cneapesu suit you ever uoucrht7 en crats to affirm the judgment of the the repeal of the constitutional ultimatum uouus m proportion jli -court in the prison commis Â¬ amendment they declared that a Ai lower i Now as Tobias had a stable mo Â¬ in tii uiiuu us it luia sauriiiue uuiiuul jjuiu uju uiwuys reduction of tariff rates upon all sion case railroads in Maine Is necessary nopoly this limited range of prefer-Â¬ Yale University has conferred for the business interests of the ence passed into the adage of Hob the degree of LLD on the Presi- Â¬ State Mayor Samuel L Lord of sons choice and has been doing duty dent What he needs more is the Saco was nominated for Governor steady350 in theworld of maxims J- years Tobias- - rest his these LOTHXN-Q- degree of P D Q by acclamation bones died in 1630 at the commen- Â¬ dable age ot 86 and was honorably U S Grant 111 is one of a batch The first cain was raised bv buried in the chancel of St Benet of cadets at large just nominated Law ton at Caney w church for West Point by the President As to our modern heroic Hobson He is a son of Gen Fred Grant The Lost Cause let it be hoped his name and fame Eddie McDuffee lowered the The above is the title of a new will have an equally long run in monthly illustrated historical jour- Â¬ history Worlds mile record on a bicycle at nal devoted to It certainly will while the collection and the Anglo Saxon race lives to em- Â¬ Boston making a mile in 134 2 5 preservation of three fifths of a second faster than also HumorousConfederate records Â¬ balm deeds of conspicuous dar- Â¬ Remanecdotes the Platts Betts record ing in war There is no paral- Â¬ iniscences Deeds of heroism lel whatever to be drawn between The battle of Santiago was be Terrible hardships- - Battles on Hobson the first and Hobson the and the noble gun on a date made forever historic Sea and Land second because of the elements of deeds of loyal women of the South by the battles of Gettysburg and bravery and patriotic sacrifice that Vicksburg in 1803 If history is to It will also contain a description of enter into the Lieutenants record repeat itself Gen Shafter has until the events in the war with Spain It was that or nothing in his to morrow to complete the victory The Lost Cause is beautifully il- Â¬ brave judgment to fix the Dons lustrated with large battle but the poor bottled Dons hadnt portraits maps etc even Germany should not forget to re- Â¬ scenes the choice granted to the ven- Â¬ Eu- Â¬ Among the contributors are Gen member that Great Britain in erable costomers of Tobias rope the United States in America Fitzhugh Lee Gordon Butler and Japan in Asia have come to an French Rosser S D Lee Wal Hopkinsville Produce riarket understanding Germany may blus- Â¬ thall Evans McLaws Wheeler Cash prices paid by Hopkinsville Is invited to inspect my large stock of Spring Dry Goods Notions SCjoth Oates Bennett H Young and many ter but she cannot bluff 4 merchants ing etc before making their purchases Everything new and others The Lost Cause should in all Vr Col Wood and Lieut Col Roose- Â¬ be in every family in the South Bacon departments BaniB couutry velt of the Rough Riders are al- Â¬ The subscription price is very low 810c Shoulders 4 J5ic ready on the Presidents list for only seventy five cents a year A Sides promotion to the rank of Brigadier sample copy sent free of charge Ready-To-We- ar f67c Lard General the first time an Opportu- Â¬ to any one addressing a postal --t67c nity presents itself 328 Country Produco card to The Lost Cause fkC West Green street Louisville Butter made by the best tailors and from THE BEST OLOTII 15171c They are Dandies The Elkton Progress gives away Eggs 7ic the Elkton girls after this style The United States Cruiser Topeka New feathers 2528e The kissing of the soldiers at New York July 2 The United Beeswax 1821c San Francisco by the Frisco jjirls Tallow States cruiser Topeka went to sea r2jfc is no special sign of patriotism Ginseng per ib even in time of yesterday after having undergone Kentucky girls kiss GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL PLEASE YOU 52225 peace a thorough overhauling at a navy Honey 7A8c TfGc yard The Topeka was built in Tub washed wool Capt P H Cooper late Superin- Â¬ Germany ten years ago for the Bra- Â¬ Greased Next Door to Hardwicks 1318c REMEMBER THE PLACE tendent of the Naval Academy has zilian Government but was never Eoultry been assigned to the command of delivered Subsequently the cruiser Y chickens live per dozSl 50180 the cruiser Chicago which is now then known as the Diogones was Roosters 2c The Present Crisis undergoing repairs and will be constructed on the Thames river ready to iro into commission in where she was purchased for this Grain t Clover per bushel 3 about a month Government just before the break- Â¬ Corn 45c ing out of the war with Spain GOc THE POST DISPATCH Wheat The Spanish Cabinet has decided Corn shelled 50c to Court martial Admiral Montejo John Felands New Comrades Is tlic Only Live stock for the Cavite disaster and it is Chickamauga Park Ga July 2 St Louis Paper Hogs probable that General Augusti The First Ohio Cavalry was or- Â¬ Sheep 2 50350 of the Philippines dered to go to Florida yesterday Captain General With Its Own Staff Correspondents Cnttlo will receive a large reward for con- Â¬ but in the midst of preparations the 2504 at all Points of Interest Calves ducting the defense of Manila so moving orders were countermanded S3ljp4 At Havana Mr long It is said the Government is Hides and Furs ufo At Madrid Sylvester Scovel I Green hides awaiting the result of to bat- Â¬ 6Jo Mr A E Houghton The BreckinridgeNews and Mor tle before ordering more days to Green Baited hides ff7b troops At Washington ganfield Sun of this week came out the South Dry flint 1012o Mr Stephen Bonsai AND with old glory printed in colors on IN At Now York The regiment has received its their front pagesThey are pioneers full equipment along with Krag- - Now potatoes per bushel 65jgJ75c Mr Morton Watkins in this class of journalistic enter- Â¬ Cabbage per head Jorgenson rifles 806o prise among the weekly papers of on the battlefield and was the best THE KEWS OF THE DAT IN lacking nothing Watermelous a the State Florida 2535o THE POST DISPATCH Outrage By Colsons Men The Kentuckian does not stand Flour Retail 15 cents a week seven days if deLexington Ky July 2 While on the plank in the Henderson plat- Â¬ Patent per bbl livered by agent T125 if sent by mail GO cents a month form opposing the annexation of John Smith colored aged forty per bbl standard f375 territory wrested from Spain All was delivering groceries on Lou Â¬ Hay the same we do not propone to bolt don avenue yesterday a number of Clover per cwt N TIME TBLfe D5o L because we do not endorse it all soldiers of the Fourth regiment as- Â¬ Good Timothy LUMBER LIME AND CEMENT saulted him beating him so badly uv700 TRAINS SOOTH The Kentuckian is the first paper that he was taken to St Josephs Bran retail 12Jc No 55 in the district to hoist Henry Al Â¬ Hopkinsville Ac G15 a m Hospital The police tried to find lens name No 53Fast Lino 600 a m These Are Stirring Times the guilty men but failed Smith No 51 FaBtMail 518 pm 1110 pm Give us a call when you need anything in our line If tho French ministry wants to No 91 NO Limited The people of Hopkinsville are cannot recognize them attract attention theso days it will waking up to the realization that TRAINS NORTH Telephone Olrls In France have to do something moro novel than T rwr j they have a newspaper in their r xxo yz untcago v Jbirniicu uao a m A dozen new subscribers midst The manager of the tolophono com resign From tho Philadelphia Frees No 52 StLouExmaihlO18am No 50 Hopkinsville Ao 825 pm and a gratifying increase in the pany operating two system at Ver May Holds now poat ollicottiwl out No 45 Fast Line 948 p m street sales were among the direct saillee France held that the expres HOPKINSVILLE KY results of the way yesterdays bat sion Hollo used In response to a with uov furniture will bo opeued next KurttvUle AsaltOH Awtt wt ra oa tle rjpert was handled by the call Is Impolite The operctors have week Kofik bvufA It Lottto Mid QklMgo 7 IvwrrgrcaAN and put on the treet been ioefrueted to aek the subeeriber LmOi Two wealthy Germans are In Lx h OMiua Mil 5BR9d5 5flHSH Luuujimmumtit j jm 30 viu who riuf up Um oentnil office ViUt in ion wl pureitiuwd aix j III tmty mlnut afUr cnok jotmg 1ft t AUM QQ JW WMll JAfeefe I -- mm A JPVI tmAwsmi W mwfajiMfifw Liti JAk itHfali i SXRY D ALLEN This-antiqu- Suez tolls and ik passingthrough the canal Commodore Watson is at Santiago arransrinir the details ofl the European cruise Unit isexpectl eu 10 occupy lour moiuus u iuear continues that long AVhehtcr Wat Â¬ son will bombard the coast cities of Spain or pursue Camara s fleet is known only to the officials It is 16 knot baffle hardly likely that ships would be sent to run down 24 knot cruisers unless Camaras ships are unable to proceed from lack of coal Deweys squadron when reinforced by the Moncterey Monadnock Charleston and the captured gunboat Call ao will be abundantly able to handle Ca- - J00 that venerable adage and Hie dash imrdeed of Lieutenant Richmond Admiral Camara has paid the Pearson Hobson of Alabama in Pes Yeab ijc X ER Aovasce connection between The immense stock of clothing shoes and furnishing goods U ftistjdisappearing at the Mammoth Clothing Shoe Cos store Yet we have some elegant goods to sacrifice Here are a few things that are attracting attention Bargains that are leaving 6uY house every day L0 C7T J ROUND i J i frvSrna iWt in SantiaFmr sinking the Mernmac andbottIing Balbnggan Umlerslwts soMall over town atdOcy 9Kr i Our Pniit tVW -Trt Mbaarcb Colomf ShirtS wotth 150 OffrTrico f flfll t I J i i Clothing il nu MAMMOTH SHOE CO IT Tremendous Sacrifice imrra -- - V- O IN NEW GOODS JO m ETZS STORE Tke Great Hopkinsville Mecca For Economical Hi vers up-to-date THE PUBLIC IE Our Suits ISBDl B we have Ik Best ill Latest Styles I DAGG RICHARDS 350 BUILDERS CONTRAOTQRa DEALERS - Building Materials Â¬ Of All Kinds -- -- t- - -- Â¬ DAGG RICHARDS l Vl r My KentucWaMO ti t m BASEBALL SPECIAL KKSUIXf OF YESTERDAYS OAMUH Daltlmore 2 LovlsvjllfeO Brooklyn 8 Pittsburg 7 St Louis 4 Washington 2 Cleveland 12 Boston 6 Cincinnati 14 Philadelphia 2 New York 8 Chicago 4 tonj 9E CROWJDED HIM - - J - t Secured Her Fathers Con asnt to Their Marriage You sny thnt Qcorgo 1b going tn marry Mnbol Brown How Giore fk fk The Kentuckian 1 ITeai And the New Mathews Sewing Machine Mta ijM 221 TJjdts right But how on enrth rlid ho get the old mans consent You worked- U beautifully knoWjtlio old mnn is pretty green on the wiiccl and as nervous ns a FOR ONLY r 9 S lie - idem Hiplaim Sv Machine With all tho latest im provomouta Tlio boat Machino for the least monoy over muimfnct ured Llprht IIOWTIIEY STAND Won Losjt Clubs l PC 641 009 006 593 571 532 492 473 406 380 344 328 Cincinnati Boston Cleveland dl 38 23 2s 24 24 27 29 31 30 34 39 42 43 Baltimore Chicago 37 35 36 Pittsburg New York 33 30 Philadelphia Brooklyn Washington St Louis Louisville 27 25 24 22 21 SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY Baltimore at Louisville Brooklyn at Pittsburg Washington at St Louis Boston at Cleveland Philadelphia at Cincinnati New York at Chicago Holidays The stock exchange was closed to day and will be closed Monday The next market will be Tudsday The report for Friday is he given ljTwo CHICAGO old maid Hes reached that stage where lie is dead afraid gome body will run into him and well George took advantage of It lie waited until he could catch the old man alone in the park and then he came Up alongside of him The old man almost tumbled oft when George spoke- to him but he made a brave at Â¬ tempt at a ImilT Excuse me said for breaking in upon the Georgo pleasure of your ride out 1 have some business of importance to transact with you I never talk business when Im cycling said the old man with his eyes firmly glued to the front wheel Oh dont you said George as he sheered in towards him Wowl said the old man with a violent wabble What do you want I want to marry your daugh tori said George Whatl roared the old man Well you dont keep away darn you for Georgo wag again crowding him I love her said George and she War News If t anrmTmflmfrainjnb J t i 8implodurnblo runniur noifloloss jl ill jVfEig 10 yoara A Every Machino warranted 9 if ma Machino for for and freight prepaid 50 21 Cash must accompany al orders SrrOlFIOATIONS wheel to keep dress from getting onwheol Attachments Aro tho famous Johnsons sot in o tin box and consists of tucker rufllor lourhpmmcrs binder qullter foot hemmor and fellerunder braider and sheerer oil con and oil two crow drivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb Bcrow gunge and book of directions Tho Furniture Is well mode highly pol Â¬ ished and elegant in appearance All these machines will be sent out with oak furniture unless walnut is specified Each machine has a lock to thedrowors and cover nice nickel plate drop ring to all drawers All machines arc well packed and crated KUAD OUR GUARANTKE Th New Mathews Machino Is warranted 10 years from date of purchase and thirty days trial of it If perfect and ontlro satisfaction Is not given the machino may bo reshlpped to tousatourexpenso ond the monoy paid us will be lefundcd promptly Under this guaranteo you run no risk what- Â¬ ever in purchasing tho New Mathews Maohlne You hae thirty days trial of It In your own home and If for any reason you should wish to return the machino it may co shipped to us at our oxpenso and tho money will bo re funded All communications regarding tho New Mathews Machine should bo addressed to Â¬ MARKET I Opg- Higt 77tf I Closing 76 70 32 33 20 67 45 42 July Wheat Sept Wheat July Corn Sept Corn Sept Oats- Sept Pork 9 Sept Lard 5 Sept Ribs 5 J 70 31 32 f 33 32 20 20 9 9 72 70 5 5 45 45 5 42 J5 42 New Vork Stocks ntul Cotton 73 68 Opg 6 08 1 19tf I Higt 6 09 I Closing 6 04 1 i Aug Cotton Tho Head Is flvo and ono half Inches hlftli and eight and oiie lmlf Inches long lnsldq measurement This Is as high as any family machine made and must not bo confounded with the medium or so called high arm ma chines Tho bead plato set J into or lovel with tho table The Keedle Is straight self aollng flat on ne side and cannot be set wrong The Shuttle Is open on the end cylinder ihape and absolutely self threading loves me TheBcarlngg Are all steel well fltted and Nonsense 1 snorted the old man adjustable Self tin eadlng threadEh said Gccrge and pushed up ing and no hole toTlio mnchlnels solfthrough put the thread except the eyo of tho needle a little closer Tho Feed Is positive in Go way you idiotl howled the iprlngs to get nut of order action and has no Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind old man Or youll have mo n the oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread tho The Stitch Is double lock stitch Tho same ditch and will not Con bo But George crowded him still on both sides shortened from ravel to thirty lengthened or eight stitohes tothoinoh closer ThoTenslon Is a flat spring tension and adhave your consent he justable to all sizes of thread Then I Hand Wheel Is nlcklo plated and has a asked loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder No yes get away you may without running machinocelebrated eccentric Tho Movement Is the have her pull oat bellowed ihe old movements pcsltivein action and fewer work ing parts than any machine on the market go man in an agony of terror The balance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The troadlo is large Thank you cried George with and hangs lncono centers and all lost motion a howl of delight and rode away full can bo taken up asters undcrcch ond UI1U can be easily moved A nice dress guard over good news to Mabel to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stand--Haslai- i 2 6 HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most re- liable war news 5 t Kentuckians Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and every department of the paper is supplied with a The Daily Hi I ui CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky tilt AihTob Chicago Gas Q CB 99 L Coal N Iron lMtf Manhattan Sugar 51 H 1 04 1 32 t25 Chtcnpo ICccolpls To lny 20 99 1 05 52 1 05 1 33 25 H 1 carry the Cycl ing Gazette 99 1 05 1 1 52 05 32K 25X Whetvt- - Corn 5 Cars 333 Cars KflUinntutl Itrcplpta To morrow Wheat Com V - Oats J Cars 385 Cars 150 Cars 12 IIogMarket 17000 377 380 385 Do Hogs To morrow Light Mixed Heavy vt v i V i th I What a BnbCan It can wear out apahkof Jkid shoes iu 21 hours It can koop its father busy ndver tiaingiug the newspaper for a nurse It can occupy bothbidesof tho larg cstsizodbed miuiufiicturod aiinultauo ously i It can causoitRfnlher to bo insulted by ovory second class boardiug house keeper at the spasde who never takes children which in nine cases out of teu is very fortunate for tho children I Ji ii n xt can niRKO useu ioou iniu u nuuu justwheu mamma wants to show what a pretty baby she has It can make an old bachelor in the ndjoiuing room use lauguago that ut tpred on the street would get him in prison for two years It can go to sleep like a little au goland just as mamma and papa are Btarting for tho theater it can wake up and stay awake until tho last act Tid Bits CLIPPED AND COMPILED Revenue officers found a moon bIuuo diBtillory in Pike county Tho Georgetown City Council taxes male cauinoB 2 and females 1 Several cases of sunstroke occurred in Nolpou county No ono died Tho Muyfiold woolon raillcjoaod down for two weeks for repairs Georgetowns CityJCouneil fixed tho tax rate at niuoty conta on tho 100 Loo Shanks Paducah boy is with Roosevelts Rough Ridors t Rooruitiugtlicors for tho Second regiment are at Winchester Slauley Stput a forrrior Owens boro lawyer died at St Joo Mioh Tho Boatty ville military compauy will loavo Thursday for Lexington want to wit A Modem High arm first clasa Sewing Machine with alt late Polygamy as It is Practiced in Parts of improvements and of firat clasa material aud good workmanahip including tho best aud latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instruc Africa tions accompaniea every machine One of the problems of civilized man is how to live with a wife The In making your remittance we prefer postollice money ordor registered question that worries the Pondo is letter express money ordes or New York Exchange Individual checks uu how to get along with only one Mon- Â¬ less certified to will not bo recoived ogamy is to him a condition of abject poverty When however he can af ford the luxury ot tnree or tour wives ho is iairly assured of success in life and with jialf a dozen he is rolling in wealth The explanation of this par- Â¬ adox is simple Whereas civilized f5P ES Wik man is supposed to support his wife the Pondo leaves to his women folk the privilege of supporting him This shows that a savage is not necessarily a fool Mr JamesOUaire mission Â¬ This famous Kentucky SUMMER RESORT ary of the Catholic church in Uintata ia now open for gnosis uudor explains the working df the system Polygamy says he is in a letfer the very life5- support of tho Pondos tho number of wives a man has settles the question as to his previous wealth A practical hotoltnau has Ik en solected to direct affairs Special at for each wife was bought and for her to 30 tention given to the cuisine Many improvements have been made iu the he must have paid fromxeight Hotel latea reasouablo A pleasant time iu store pxen aud now hiswcalth may be hotel aud surroundings nuiftbcrof wives and tor you Rooms bright and well ventilated A splendid band of music in estimated bv the children j because the whole affair attendance may be simply described as natural Grand a 11 Every Friday Niglit During tlic Season human farminer Each daughter is worth sav ten oxen if she is well built and pretty she may sell for 40 then too the sons work in tho care of ADDRESS cat tlo for tho whole Kaffir property consists in cattle The wives work But the and so do the daughters works no head of the family tho man The dignity more after marriage is so noble a thing that one of labor cannot but admire the complete self abnegation of the polygamous Pondos in leaving it all to their females And yet the absence of work does not seem They to prey upon their spirits f are as happy as tho day is long they all smoke tobacco and drink beer and eat mealies and beef or the flesh of Will have a few choice summer patterns on display wild animals or wild birds They sleep a great deal and then rise and MAY 4WEDNESDAY laiighandsinganddanceaidlay and work a little and arc without a soli Â¬ See them before buying tary care without sadness or sorrow South Africa WIVES AS PROPERTY Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine This machino is manufactured with tho view of aupplying a long felt GRAYSON 8NGS HOTEL FsSIti news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky Â¬ - NEW MANAGEMENT Â¬ BBptPmW Daily delivered In the city air rsr Iij t rtnrt ftar t - -- n m Kzti stianr Ofr met niwiniiwi fxo iil Main 99 2 10 CIS Per U 35 rr 212 S i 6 Tele RATES BY MAIL Daily One Mouth - Daily Three Months - lOO LEADER -- Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition 1 400 yr 200 - The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained i nxs frf What is a furlough lumbus 0 teacher It means a mule was tno reply of Mary Oh no replied tho teacher it doesnt mean a mule I said Mary Indeed it doc have a book atdiome that says so Woll saidlho teacher now thor pnghly interested you may bring tho book tp chbol npd wpl see about it The next Jay Mary brought the 4 book and in some triumph opened to a page where there was a piptnrp o a S soldier standing beside a mule Be Â¬ Go Â¬ low tlio picture were the words -C- ounty Jutlgo J O fully of ing ITomo on His Furlough ChiÂ¬ Baduoah had a congostivo chill aud cago Journal m mi n wuriuutd conmiion A Furlough Defined i t -- 2 asked a Co Â¬ MM FLEURETTE LEVY Subscribe Now And Get The News Send in your subscription by mail Call at tho office in tho Ken mwmmmwmmjmtmtnmmmm Dont Do a Thing Until you have seen my new line of imported i SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS guarantee QIMUTV STYLE and WORKMANSHIP the best that jnoney can secure I Â¬ tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 Address Chas M Moacbam Publisher - Her Njhi Wont Briud - Frpji tU Burlington 0pttav A MlaKpurl hwll A Peculiar Fct j lhe London cyoning netf papers fifUr telling of r man who fell Ono pf umrry a i m mwaed Mtwidis to nuaiuuieiuMsi H icn rescued he w inon uamed Clay Tbia ibowM No II South JMnL Tobill Tailor r HOPKINSVILLE KY found lb f PTfrffwife iiftf feoitt MfiT btJad Jn3 fa ilpittiUiUiUiJiUMUiK M w 3WMWU4UIP 2r- - - fVTm7P Trpfm7--arTvv qmwtywmy 17 0 juj in ijimaatwim - - - A JD0 AYAUNCHE COURT EXTENDED SERGEANT FELAND ATTEMPTED A ARSON Ruts Effcrt ECtHIfi KILLING mm FRICTION AT CAMP ALGER Mrcnm 0t the Fitzptricks D0 A Southern Soitiitr Reported for Refw5ingr Stdmii Colored the Company Ds Lite Cijrtii En r Accident One Convict Sentenced fa AnfceMins Serious lists in An Ohio Ctmjwuy Pen Wlrill Driving His Wagon VJ Finebrs Mikes tt Officer Â¬ n Jan Knocked From His Scat by Ing Ice and Very Badly Hurt by the Fall Slid- - J a Non Commlsslwed Four Divorces Granted and 0th- - Becomes fice from Another State cr Matters Disposed- Will Fight for His Couritry Day of To Of- Â¬ Â¬ following interesting batch Rachel Goodrich was granted a s The Kelly Ransom the colored driver items from Chickamauga divorce from her husband Willis of news of the Ellis Ice Companys Goodrich of one arc taken from the Enquirer of yes Â¬ big ice wagons came very near beMaude E Purcell was granted a terday In the absence of Colonel Smith morning by a divorce from W X Purcell ing- killed yesterday another farewell to W V West granted a divorce who is saying peculiar accident He was on the 4 his family in Bowling Green Lieu- Â¬ wagon when one of the large from Lula West ice Henry is in Colonel T W McGill granted aSdivorcc tenant of the Jouett Kentucky off the pile Third 100 pound blocks slipped command from Florence McGill received 31 recruits from his The Third and knocked the driver The term of court will lie extend Only 42 thrown violently to ed six days for the purposeof con- Â¬ from Paducah to day seat He was They had many the colored battalion was standing He rushed out just in time to ex Â¬ Knott county more are needed ground and very badly injured firming the sale cf the Hotel Lath Â¬ the Major J C Bryant is ill with ma- Â¬ tinguish the fire and save the store friends and further trouble is ap- at a sutlers booth on the Mid A deep and severe gash was made am next Monday be- Â¬ Â¬ his home in LexingTheS firebug escaped without prehended iLMarcum does notlea ve a ay when a private from one of Henry E Holton was to day ap Â¬ larial fever at on his head that may be very slow ton He left here on a five days ing recognized the county pointed deputy Master Commission- Â¬ the Tennessee regiments came up Dr Eager was sent for er and took the oath of office leave last Saturday night To day to heal s Ia i tr tnt 4 n uuu utijuiiviu lor Citys Einajnccs a1 t The lu nit iuumi1 was extended seven days and rendered surgical aid Ran Â¬ Womens Press Association A motion for a new trial in the the leave Report of the City Treasurer something The colored officer John Feland Jr of Hopkinsville som is still laid up and will be for Bob Wall case was over ruled and Mrs Emily Walker Herr of LexÂ¬ 1898 to June of the Latham Liffht from January 3 Wall sentenced to eighteen months j in the First 30 1898 ington who was in the city to or- Â¬ Waited a few minutes and then some time for breaking in- Â¬ Guards to day enlisted in the penitentiary ganize a womens press club lias turning to the private remarked and was made Total Receipts only Illinois Cavalry CHUCH He is the to a storehouse NEW BAPTIST gone to Cincinnati to attend the Were you not taught to salute of Troop H S 562886 meeting of the Kentucky Press As- Â¬ Total Taxes convict and will be taken to Eddy First Sergeant your officers whenyou meet them The First is the busiest regiment City Court 91170 sociation The organization was ef-Â¬ Bros to Build a Sisooo ville Tuesday Forbes Colonel Castle I didnt notice that you were an in Camp Thomas 29160 fected yesterday at the Louisville Cemetery Church for the Baptists man has them doing everything Paving- 2803 Hotel with the following officers officer growled the Tennesseean A CAKEWALK Colonel Castleman is imaginary 69500 Mrs Herr President Miss Elvira Co s License Dont you know an officers uni Fire si Messrs Forbes Bro have about under the impression that he will Life Cos License 36250 Miller First Vice President Miss form when you see it closed a contract for the erection of Noval Entertainment at Mrs Ira be ordered to move on July 5 This B 2500 Mary Hall of Covington Second L Cos License All coons look alike to me reU Smiths a new Baptist church at Russell is based on the fact that to morrow Small Pox Money Return- Â¬ Vice President Miss Marie Thix marked the Tennesseean with a will ville Ky to cost 515000 It the regiment will draw only five ed by County 9700 ton Secretary and Miss Annie Mr and Mrs Ira L Smith gave days rations instead of 10 as here- Â¬ be a handsome new style brick 167500 Czapski Treasurer Liquor License The other sneer and walked off building of pressed brick and will the vounir folks an entertainment tofore 20800 members of the club are Misses The colored officer inquired his Bucket Shop License be an ornament to the city of Rus Â¬ last night in honor of their nieces There is a rumor jn camp to Hack and Wagon License 18085 Nettie W Kelly Margaret Wo name and reported him for disreMisses Ola Dorman Leitchfield night that the 15 regiments of the sell ville The fact that Forbes 29420 mack Maygaret Goodloe Elizabeth spect Shows and other License The question now arises Bro will do the work is sufficient Ky and May Shepherd Mont-Â¬ First Corps are to be marched to Laundry 5650 Waltz Mary Bullitt of Lexington A cake walk was Savannah a distance of 360 miles guaranty that the building will be gomery Ala whether the Tennesseeans will have put up and finished off in first class one of the enjoyable features 1045424 Mary Bryan of Lexington Letitia the moral courage to court martial Cavalry will be The Kentucky Bell The first prize was won by Char- Â¬ fully supplied with horses style Cash on hand Jan 3 98 1021246 McAuley of Covington Lila disreof Georgetown Mrs Eugenia Dun and punish a white man for lie Terry and Miss Joy Herndon V From Lexington to night 2066670 lap of Lexington Mrs Elizabeth spect to a jiegro It is a serious 5 Total as the most comical couple A Cruel Father Fined t there arrived 160 bead purchased tt Gregory Mrs Eugenia Potts of problem Total Expenditures Miss Mary Goldtbwaite was by Captain Swigert InJthe Blue Sam Winders a Guthrie man Ppst the prize to the most Grass country TheyAyere a fine Public School 590507 Lexington Louisville ivas tried in the city court this awarded Councilman Walls New Daughter 45 115992 Street Improvement l morning on a charge to which hu- Â¬ graceful walker Ben Winfree and lot National Holiday flonday Mr J T Wall the popular couMiss Patty Bartley for being 176287 Electric Lights mi mane people must stand aghast the most dignified Miss Mary GOSSIP PERSONAL Next Monday being July 4 and ncilman of the Sixth ward is the m says the Clarksville 4780 Gas Lights Jessie Browncll was also awarded Mi 204000 ajiational holiday the banks and proud father of a new girl baby Company Mr T C Burbridere of New Water Crofton The young lady arrived Friday 15394 postoffice will be closed Winders came to town yesterday a prize of a set of gold studs for York is here on a Visit relatives Cemetery t feT of 61397 will celebrate the day with a hfe City Hall i and loaded up on bad whisky He guessing the correct number petals in a big sunflower Mr P C Richardson returned Printing 12463 barbecue to day was on his way home and as he Camp Meeting July 17 jr refreshments were to day from Chickamauga Delightful 257500 Interest on Bonds neared West Forkwithout provoca- Â¬ Â¬ A camp meeting will begiu at Those served during the evening Colored Public School 73788 Mrs Fannie Boyd of Clarkstion he began beating his little Ed Tandy of Clarksville tis Mr ville Tenn is visiting relatives in Pools mill on July 17 to be co40204 Small Pox Expense boy with a horse whip present were visiting in the city Barney Butler nducted by Rev this county Messrs Meriwether Bacon Rob- Â¬ 25187 CityPrison The beating was unmerciful and ar-Â¬ Mr John Stites of Louisville 10210 City Team the childs back was one solid spot ert Fairleigh Ben Winfree Jas Gant Clark rived here this morning on a visit Police Pay Roll 224125 of bruises The man at one time Bramham Lorraine 1750 Elder H D Smith and Miss Lida Extra Police Expense while whipping the child had a Tandy Nick Edmunds Chas Terry Cansler Fairleigh Kelly Donaldson are at Dawson Springs Fire Cos Pay Roll Â¬ Charlie Win37050 rope around the boys neck 9474 s Extra Expense ders was tried on two charges and Hugh Wood Misses Edwma Cook Â¬ Fire Co Mrs Lewis Potter and two chilMary Goldthwaite Patty Bartley 10206 Returned Judge Bailey fined him 104 Â¬ Taxes Anita Gant Ola Dorman Mildred dren are visiting Mr John Brown For Charity 10382 r family Hubbard Lee Cosby Susie Cook ings 6275 Sundry Expenses Three Hundred Feet Deeper Mary Jessie Brownell Joy Hern- Â¬ Miss Delia Coombs is visiting All other Salaries Kw 162999 Â¬ A depth of one thousand feet hav don May Shepherd friends in Earlington and Sebree k rjsifT ing been reached in the borings at Br 2049970 -- HRi 16700 HERE AND THERE the oil well a new contract was en- Â¬ Cash Balance June 30 Misses Mary iiaroourand iniattie of the week in tered into the first Phelps have S2066670 which contractor Chapman and WantedTo buy a load of Clover spend a week gone to Ceruleantb Total tm School Fund men agree to drill three hundred Hay apply at thisoffice 85703 feet deeper in quest of the much Mrs T C Underwood and little Total Receipts The post office and all the banks 130147 Although no oil or will be closed next Monday coveted oil son returned this morning from a Donated by the Council reached it is possible gas has been visit to friends in Cadiz LL e Ennis Brick 215850 that at any time success may crown EAT Galbreath rt MrTC B Williams and family Deficit Cream for dinner to morrow I374657 Irl i3 ri the efforts of the company Mean Telephone 88 have gone to Mt Vernon Illinois while the final result is anxiously The recruiting officers with 15 to visit relatives 590507 awaited Uniontown Telegram recruits accepted yesterday left 590507 Hattie Wood of Sinlcing Total Expenditures Miss for Chickamauga this morning Fork is visiting Mr W ADiug- Julius is a Patriot Shooting at Crofton Vm KV Mr Geo Grant lost his pocket uids family well Hoffsatdt the Julius In a Special Crofton July 2 known paper drummer visited the book this morning while enroute to Mr W H Barr wife and daugh fight at the Crofton barbecue to day trade here this week Julius was town The purse contained 8 ter Miss Grace went to Cerulean U E Ratcliffe shot Leslie Boyd formerly a soldier in the army of Rev S N Vail wishes to sell his to day on a visit to Misses Jennie The first shot struck his knife in his Gennanybut he says now that he is fine family mare with buggy will and Frances Barr who are spend Â¬ pocket The second went through Can pet shoes and oxfords to fit them for next w an American so strong that if Ger dispose of her at a bargain Per-Â¬ ing a month there his coat No serious injury Boyd many interferes in our little misun- Â¬ fectly H2ie for a lady to drive We overloaded on Mens sizes 5 Lee Owen was strickened with was in Ratcliffes buggy talking to nothing derstanding with Spain that he will of appendicitis Dr C H Vaught a on last Wednesday a young lady and refused to get 5 i 2 6 6 resign his position and volunteer to 61 2 and and Ladies sizes 1 Mr C W Ware of Trenton has at Linton and is now confinedTat out Boyd was arrested Rat Bully for fitrht his native land 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 and been appointed surgeon of the L the home of JW McGehee His con- - cliffe fled in all grades of shoes Julius N Railroad Company at Rich- Â¬ dition is considered very serious Fined for Fighting Mr uwen nas numerous friends Clarksvllles Colored Company mond Ky who are pained to hear Willie Taylor col was arrested Co will receive The colored military company at J B Foley v avis yesterday on a charge of slapping three fine traps the first of next illness Leaf Chronicle Clarksville has elected its officers VVA Mrs Margaret R Bucknerand and otherwise mistreating his wife and is waiting to be mustered in week which will be in rubber tires to be the finest grand daughter Miss Margaret This morning he was fined 5 and The commissioned officers are J M This trap promises WILL BE SOLD AT- II Graham captain R M Outlaw thing on the streets of Hopkinsville Clark of Owensboro arrived infthe costs in the city court Both Tay 1st Lieutenant and Geo Buck 2nd Those who have bought with the city yesterday on a visit to lier lor and his wife werd then put un promise that they wjll have the brother Mr R Rowland Mrs der a bond to keep the peace Lieutenant in town will feel like they Buckner has not been in the city finest rig have been somewhat mislead when for several years and her many Kentucky Postmasters No Council Meeting they see our new Snow Queen friends will rejoice to see her Pa Â¬ Washington July 2 Fourth The regular council meeting was which will make its appearance ducah Register class postmasters appointed for not held last night the meeting be soon Look out you dont wish Patesville Hancock jng postponed until next Tuesday you had Mrs F T Page and children of Kentucky waited Ahen you sec it county W H Lynch Furnace niirht The necessary absence of We will also have some other line Hopkinsville are the guests of Mr Trigg county Lula Cunningham Ky one or two of the members made jobs in rubber ties in all colors and and Mrs W E Mobley the change necessary styles Come and see us No 108 Misses Beulah Edwards and Lena Remember the flalne M Lacy of Hopkinsville are visiting Main street to get your fine Merchant ftr School Board fleeting W Miss Addah Shaw Othp Place Heavy Wheat Yield The regular monthly meeting of and Ella Roper have returned from Tail6ring is by5 Fowright Pants 7f and Suit14 Mr Mielke who lives near the a two weeks visit to relatives in made for 3 the Publ J School Board will be 15 20 r helcl to iilf lit Superintendent Mc cjty reports the finest yield of Hopkinsville They were accom rs CurUitY Wili announce hf afsrijfn wheat yef heard from On one panied by their aunt MiU Totnmie Had Farmer Lahjer succeeded he acre Mowed far mtd wheat lie bar- - Petrie who will aptad mom days would have atarted a bakery iu 7nntoteuchoriorU ioxt Â¬ Prestonsburg Ky JJuly 2 SpeWashington Ju1ySpccial 1 News has reached here that cial xnerc arc iuur lurnptimes ot col Hiram and Job Fitzpatrick were bred troops at Camp Alger and sev An Attempt te Burn Th Cwintry killed Tuesday on Quicksand creek crat white regiments from the itw djwise f L Kif Frus Â¬ Knott county by Ransom Marcum SoCfthern States including one from aiarcum is engaged in timbering in Tennessee The colored men are trated Just In Thwe the vicinity and on the day of the from Ohio Their commander is killing became involved in a quar- Â¬ Maj Young a lieutenant in the An attempt was made to burn rel with the victims whoare broth- 10th cavalry and tlie only colored theircneral merchaHdise store of ers The quarrel arose over some officer in the regular army Some on Lee B King at Pon Ky contracts for work of the Southerners have shown a Thursday sight In a shed room rvhc Fitznatricks attempted to disposition at times to express adjoining the store there was abar their rel of litter of a very combustible shool Marcum but he drew his re contempt for the colored boys but nature some firebug slipped into volver first killing them instantly the latter have minded their busi the shed and set fire to this barrel Marcum fled and has not been ar ness and have avoided encounters It blazed up and the light at once rested The victims were sons of with diplomatic skill The other attracted the attention of Mr King Mayor Fitzpatriclc of Hindman day however one of the officers of in his room near the store s Bum a Sttre -- il L- Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Leaf-Chronic- le six-year-o- ld Â¬ j- - Men and Women wn Small 1 WW are wjt -- - JjL m 5 son-in-la- w 7s 3s Worth 2 to 6 i -- 50C TO 100 i Wh y vm w An vftiuftd 44 h if hart i tt wnfcrwyiitoa Ti W