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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mwr 11 WPPFT 122238 1 JT f Head The Doily Kentuckian iOdls aWeek k Tfre Daily Jentehiait HOPKINSVILLE KY TFESDA AFTERNOON JULY 5 1898 L LIVE NEWS Every Pap We Set The Pace 0L L NO 59 PEIOE 2 CENTS i STAKING A NEW CLAIM S t Persistent Rumors of Peace From Europe iw A 5V- - NonCombatants Leav V - ing Santiago j r Spain About Beady to Throw Up Bombardment Probatbly Now Going On as Noon Was m the Sponge and to Give Up Cuba ii p - the Limit Given - M A t PEACE London July 5 PROPOSAL IS Special SUBMITTED ¬ SPANIARDS ARE LIKELY TO TRY A SORTIE r Siboney Cuba July 5SpeciaI--Th- e officers and men of the American army are waiting eagerly for the signal to begin ally echo the opinion of the morning papers of the utter hopelessthe bombardment of Santiago The heavy guns have been Only the Globe tries to belittle the ness of Spains cause placed in position from points that command the city on three sides The Spanish commander Gen Jose Toral has refused American victory to surrender without a struggle Further News From the Naval Victory It is rumored that rc inlorccments have reached Santiago Soori Spaia War reviving the drooping spirits of the enemy Washington July 5 Late last night the Navy Depart Special It will not be surprising if the Spaniards make a sortie in Is Willing to Quit ment posted the appended translation of a Cipher cablegram received s the desperate hope of dislodging our position from Commodore Watson It is similar to that received yesterday from A Berlin dispatch to the Daily News Special London July5 Admiral Sampson but contains the additional information that 350 SpanWASHINGTON July 5 Special Gen Alger said to day that says iards were killed or drowned 160 wounded and 1600 captured Commohe has unofficial information that Gen Pando has entered San Feelers have been put out from Spanish quarters to ascertain how dore Watsons dispatch follows to regard terms of thcPowefs and the United States would be likely tiago with 6000 men and re inforced Gen Linares It is be Play a Del Este July 3 To the Secretary of the Navy Washing including- the independence of peace Spain is willingto propose terms lieved the city will not surrender It is now planned to postton D C At 930 a m to day the Spanish squadron seven in all in to Spain for twenty years Spain to keep a Cuba Cuba to pay tribute cluding one gunboat came out of Santiago in column and was totally de- pone the bombardment until arrangements can be made for a and one small port during that time Other Powers to small garrison stroyed within an hour excepting Cristobal which was chased forty complete co operation of the army and navy be allowed to keep troops on the island to protect their subjects The President McKinley has ordered Gen Shatter and Commodore five miles to Westward by the Commander-in-Chie- f Brooklyn Oregon Philippines to be declared independent of tribute The Spanish occupaand Texas surrendering to Brooklyn but was beached to prevent Sampson to hold a conference to day and act in concert The United States to occupy Porto tion of one island to be permanent The movements of troops to re in force Shafter will be pushed sinking Pico pending the payment of indemnity Within two days expeditions None of our officers or men were injured except on board the Brook- with all possible speed to day Admiral will leave Savannah Charleston and possibly Mobile lyn Chief Yoeman Ellis was killed and one man wounded Cadiz ¬ The afternoon papers gener- lay ftif -- S01 ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ - ¬ ¬ ¬ ¬ -- id ¬ Cervera all commanding officers and about 1600 men are prisoners 160 being cared for on About 350 Madrid Solace rtndkilled or drowned and wounded latter Trouble Brewing Harbor Olivette Have just arrived off Santiago inMarblcheadtotake Sampson Has Entered is looking out for Cristobal Colon A Herald dispatch from Cadiz says charge while commander-in-chie- f Special New York July5 WATSON Ready Attack by Water if the destruction of Ccrveras ileet is confirmed it is believed it will terminate the warr fIt isvalready rumored that serious trouble is brew New York July 5 Special A Washington dispatch to the Jour ing in Madrid Cadiigreatly excited The Cristobal Colon nal says Gen Greely was notified by the signal officer shortly before noon that Sampson was then in the harbor of Santiago ready to assist in A Voice Has Enough Become American Ship in the bombardment about to begin Peace Talfeat at vWl 5 the to v 4 for PeaceBarcelona Jay an w b El Diario publishes a strong article Special Barcelona July 5 It is believed here that Admiral Washington July 5 Special in favor of peace It says national honor has been satisfied and nothing Dewey may have taken Manila yesterday compels Spain to continue the unequal struggle Secretary Longhascabled Sampson for information regarding the condition of the Spanish vessels beached but not entirely destroyed He Linares Will Recover will take action immediately to save those that can be raised and add them to our navy Another Gunboat Destroyed The authorities are hopeful of saving only one ship the Cristobal Colon The cablegrams sent by Rear Admiral Sampson up to this time Madrid July 5 Official dispatches from Santiago say Special showing that the Viscayay AlmiranteOqucndo and JnfantaMaric Teresa Gen pinares is now progressing favorably His wounds show signs besides the two torpedo boat destroyers Furor and Pluton were run of healing and he is resting comfortably ashore and blown up and if the damage they have sustained is too Gcn Bustamento Cerveras chief of staff was wounded while fight ¬ great nothing of course will be done to recover them ing in the intrenchments having landed to help defend the city The Secretary proposes to send one of the most competent construc- ¬ An official dispatch says an American cruiser Juno 30 fired upon a tors in the service perhapsNaval Constructor D W Taylor to the Spanish gunboat whose machinery Was damaged Twenty five sheds Southern coast of Cuba for the purpose of wrecking the ships It is also struck her and she was beached The crew escaped highly probable that contracts will be placed with wrecking firms for It is ako pfilqially reported that three were killed and seven wound- i ecovering the guns mounts and other valuable equipments of the sunk- ¬ eAfrom the crew of the Reina Mercedes Friday Among the landed It is presumed in official circles that Rear Admiral en 4Ken from the fleet seventy one were killed aiict wouncled Sampson has taken measures to protect the property and that no diff- ¬ iculty will be experienced in effecting its recovery British Subjects Leave To Escape the Bombardment Kingston Jamaica July 5 Consul Ramsden and 150 Special been taken from Santiago to escape the bombard- ¬ British subjects have ment due to begin at noon to day Wild excitement prevails in Santiago The people are anxious to surrender and save the city but the Spanish commander has sent his refusal to Gen Shafter General Disasters Continue to multiply Spain Loses London July 5 a- - Vrtji M Ship at Cadiz Special A Gibraltar jdispatch reports that the men-of-w- ar Spanish auxiliary cruiser Alphonso XII is onMirc at Cadiz The Alphonso recently returned from a trip to the West Indies She was intended to be one of the reserve squadron to resist the yffson at- tacK MBS Vfi W1 r Gen Miles now intends to go to Washington July 5 Special Has Entered Canal Santiago on the St Paul from New York about Thursday and take charge of the army in Cuba Monday Port SaidEgypJ- July 5rSpecial Camaras fleet has entered Of 568 Rough RldjeraSvho landed In Cubri only 359 re fit lor Suez CanaJ Three torpedo boat destroyers will go to sea to day They service The remainder Imvo been killed or wounded have been ordered to Messinn Sicily Watsons squadron will probably go to Spain this week pecial Rllrl Jly Thc goveinjncniarnUitt1t6rpQdo NprfQlk VV July Special It is rumored that the battery of Punta CabreTfir jfvept to voici t bififlfc IP t Monroe wan fircd on by the Texas theHcmy jrom nrtilleVy that recentlyOeft lBwiMliiW B t - throuffhnii8take and nil Of the men but six killed nfcar Santiago The rtidli lievw iq avescapa aiui m maKU of tk runufc is unknown- iasi oi uuiiara s rieeu - Vf GRFAT TROPICAL STORM RAGING ABOUT SANTIAGO Washington July 5 Special Gen Shafter to day reports a terrific tropical storm in the vicinity of Santiago It is impossible to iand troops from transports or for Sampson to enter the harbor with al bis ships ntil it subsides He criticises sevorcly Gciu Giirciis forces failing to stop Gen Pandot or at least iwfonniug Gen Lawton that he was near Santiago Mr Berry introduced in the House a resolution recognizing Schley for heroic conduct at Santiago Monday - 1 the I I fVra fltmeU prct pf - uj 4 H I 4 J j A C Ml -- aga tetekkrld Cwllwiufc u Cfoe CXAS Datl ffcentuckian Dclircred by carriers o all parts ot the city 10 CXXTB PXK 813 B HOW IT WORKS Jtiha B WL LI A ROBINSON Cwicmn Artiiwr 0 UnghaM Publabed every ctenlntf except Sunday by The New Tax Law Causes Much at Trouble and InconvenlcHC K KSACXAX Xain 36 WSX The operation of the new jrtarnp law is causing a great deal of in ¬ 10 to stamp e 400 convenience To have rtrpRN nnrlfno M teleeranh mes- - REAL Royal Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL in fb World Pm Moxfg fx Advaxce Per 3 Months a Advance 100 Per Week Per Year iv Advance ESTATE AGENT --- The Largest Fire Insurance Company t 4 As long as penings V Two thirds in fine timber good im the Kentuckian continues to meet creased provements well watered 8J miles Ex Senator Peffer will make the with The collectors are already com- ¬ from the city Big bargain the encouragement it has al race for Governor of Kansas on the plaining bitterly against the stamp Price leady received from the public it 900 Prohibition ticket and make a will tax The say that they found it al- ¬ iHhL grow better every week Farm of 106 acres onButler Road thorough canvass of the state most impossible to collect small The names of the slain in the bills Whenever a small bill was Three and onohalf miles from the James Creelman another Ameri- ¬ city well improved good orchard ft can newspaper correspondent was Santiago battle are coming in very presented for payment the person and never failing water fI have no Price Some of the officers killed owing it would say wounded at Santiago Saturday He slowly 750 were Col Chas A Wickoff 22nd change on hands now and I cant A farm of 20 acres on same road was shot in the shoulder infantry Lieut Col Jno M Hamil- ¬ afford to write a check for so small 3J miles from the city well improv A good poultry or market gar W H a sum because of the tax on the ed Bob Taylor and Sam Jones both ton 9th cavalry Lieuts den farm in good neighborhood These people have here made speeches in Lexington Mon ¬ Smith and Wm E Shipp 10th cav check Price 400 alry Maj Forse 1st cavalry Capt tofore been paying all bills both day the Governor lecturing in the ONeill 1st volunteer cavalry large and small with checks but Farm of 75 acres on Greenville morning and Sam orating at night Lieut Jules G Ord 6th infantry they pay no small bills now with MR F M WHITLOW of Hopkinsville Ky is ray solicitor Road and Lieut Michie son of Prof checks It is also true that many Six miles Gen Shafter suffered greatly from the citv Thn vnrv Michie In the list of wounded so of the larger bills are being paid best place in the neighborhood A from the heat and was unable eat for four days while conducting far reported were seven captains with the cash The banks Jire all timbor good water buildings orch RUNYON ¬ the siege of Santiago The General three lieutenant colonels two maj- much elated over the new order of aru anu m a nne state ol repair pnorniETons of- Price The of- ¬ things and saythe work necessary 650 isa fighter but he was not built for ors and nine lieutenants ficers seemed to have stopped their to keep the bank books will not be A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 abot weather campaign nearly so great as formerly because share of the bullets acres near Brno of the number of small checks which jmr j Have you seen a copy of the Semi Twenty acres of timber the reinain- A sensation was caused in camp Weekly Kentuckian lately It is at Chickamauga Monday morning the tax will shutoffpeopled who will iu iu uign state 01 cultivation All GlarksMUte Tennessee Another class of the newsiest paper in Kentucky and by an order from Col Castleman run up against the new law will the buildings in good condition We Solicit the Patronage of All Who Have Tobacco To Sell bjjiouuiu neiguDornoou no man out of touch with daily of- ¬ directing that Corporal Herman be those who apply for marriage Price 52200 fices can afford to be without it Carsey and Priyate Chas Jones licenses It now takes 50 cents Free Storage to Shippers 100 acres 5 Miles From City on Send for a sample both of Company C be placed un- ¬ more to get married than it did this Cash Advances Made on der arrest in the guardhouse Car- ¬ time last week Russellville Pike v v Capt Sampsons reward came sey was reduced to the ranks The F C Nunemacher of Lduisville y Well improved 15 acres of timber promptly enough to show that his men in question have been conduct- ¬ has been made an agent for J C KENDltlCK Salesman Jin near church and school great victory was properly appre- - ing a sutlers shop in the First printing stamps under government Price 1800 T C HANBERY dated He was made a commodore regiment Col Castleman states contract and the banks will all soon M FSHRYER 136 acres on Ducker Mill road ¬ on the same day the news was rethat he found they were charging have new check books printed to 65 acres of ceived 2 extortionate prices and were run- ¬ sell to their depositors at the cost houses 2 barnsbottom laud 15 good well watered acres ning a poker game in their estab- ¬ of the stamps timber Now that naval operations in lishment Price 1100 American and Asiatic waters have HANBERY SHRYER Proprs VIRGIL HEWITT DEAD 500 cash balance in one and 2 Many of the American dead are been about concluded whats to years at 6 per cent The best farm Railroad St Between Tenth hinder Uncle Sam from giving said to be still lying in the dense A Brother of the Former State in the neighborhood HOPKINSVILE KY and Eleventh Kaiser Williams a chance to say it undergrowth where they may never N Besides these we have other farms to his face be found until they have become HPCareful attention given to sampling and eelling all tobacco consigned Auditor for sale and will take pleasure in w us Liberal advances on tobacco in store All- tobacco insured unles food for buzzardB As the line of showing any of them to parties wish otherwise instructed ing to Gen Shafter got rattled Sunday advance extended seven miles the Surveys 5 Ky Frankfort July Virgil stracts buytitle furnishedPlats and Ab of all purchus ana cabled wasnincton tor more difficulty of finding the fallen can Hewitt brother of Gen Fayette ere Now is the time to buy real re inforcements but in a few hours be appreciated Most of the day Hewitt died at his residence in NAT GAITHER JAS WEST this estate the naval victory greatly simplified following the battle was spent in city at midnight Sunday after a tracts the situation The re inforcements carrying for the wounded and bury protracted illness of a complication ofTliree mines of coal lands two the partially developed will not be needed ing the dead of diseases superinduced bv ner Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest qual ity One tract contains 000 acres vous trouble one 175 acres one 65 acres All If Watsons squadron is to be P0ST DI5PATCH SNAP SHOTS Mr Hewitt was one of the best within mile Illinois Central It It sent to Cadiz the sooner it starts known and beloved citizens in the Vill sell at bargains and on easy The boys at Chickamauga all State He was an the better There is now no further ex Confederate terms Here are fortunes for the use for the entire navy in Cuban want to invade something soldier serving as Adjutant of the right men waters and the demonstration We shall sink a great many large Sixth Kentucky regiment and par- ¬ - For sale or exchange a good pay against Spain should be made at sums of money in becoming oceanic ticipating in the battles of Stone ing hotel at the famous Dawson Liberal advances made on Tobacco Pour months storage Free once Cannot some more elegant sobri- ¬ river Jackson Chickamauga Res Springs Will sell at a bargain or quet than THE GREAT SUMMER RESORT Pecos Bill be found aca and Dallis where he was exchange for improved farming land 1 well located As nearly as can be estimated for our Shafter wounded now about 150 Americans were For salo a good first class board ¬ He was Assistant Auditor under ing house at Dawson The habit of continually going in Dawson Springs killed and 850 wounded in the fight ¬ Arcadia House Will Springs debt is as demoralizing to a city as Maj Norman served for years as sell on easy termB or oxclmngo for ing around Santiago The Spanish clerk in the insurance office was a good notes The owners business Dawson Hopkins County Kentucky loss was fully twice as large on to an individual prominent candidate for Clerk of compels him to reside elsewhere land and amounted to several hun- ¬ This is the last genuine Ameri- ¬ T1se celebrated clialybcatenna salts sprluraaro situated Immedltoly upon tlie Louis 10 ncro ville and Memphis division Illinois Central railroad formerly dred on the sea Up to Monday can Fourth we may ever see and Let the Court of Appeals in the Henry San Diegoranch well improved near Southwestern lUUroad 1C5 of tlio west of Louisville Ky and 68 miles Cbesapeako OhioKy miles Cal Will exchange for cwt oV Iaducah race and held other prominent us make the most of it Is new and neitly furnished with capacity of entertalnjiic 300 per The Areadla House morning 3300 Spaniards had been property in Christian county Ky sons Theowuorsof the hotel are aso owners of tho Springs and he Kuuta of the Arcadia taken prisoners House have tree access to tho Springs without oxtraohargo Neither Uncle Henry nor the Gov places Until recently he was con- ¬ Invalids ehuuM remember that the months of June and July offer many advar tnges to persons ylsltlng tho Springs Tho dry William Robinson Agt nected with the State National ernor has any mercy for thecity of uu Mjmu emm mu uiuiuiiibiuicu m f uu airings ror pampuiots etc apply to Bank of this city NMilO LEMAN CO Iroprlotors Two more volunteers at Chick- ¬ St Louis Office Webber Street Gen Hewitt and party left this amauga camp died last week In a Every one who has shaken hands Hopkinsville Ky population of 60000 it may be ex- ¬ with Mrs Lon V Stephens must morning for Elizabethtown the old Hewitt home with the remains W G Wheeleb W H Faxon pected that there will be some have been interested in yesterdays where they will be interred He deaths every week Disease and Sunday Post Dispatch Magazine s The Present Crisis leaves a wife formerly Miss Drane death are encountered whether peo- ¬ The list of to days wounded in daughter of Judge Drane and son ple go to war or remain at home the celebration of the Fourth will Frank possibly compare favorably with robacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants Grain Dealers Admiral Cervera the only Span- ¬ those yet to Let us now return to our mutton THEPOST DISPATGH be received from the who has so far shown him iard and to full size 5 centa loaves Spanish war Fire Proof WarcliQiisc con hussellville and r b sts li to be a yard wide and all wool Is Hie Only CM 8 now a prisoner in the hands of We can have dangerous charter Hopkinsville - K St Louis Paper N TIME TABLfc L Commodore Sampson It is need amendments but we cannot have a Liberal Advance on OonBignments With Its Own Staff Correspondents All Tobacoo dont ua 0overedby Insurance less to say that Cervera will be garbage contract We are again TRAINS BOOTH at all Poiuts of Interest a gentleman and a sol ¬ thrown upon the philanthropy of No 65 Hopkinsville Ac treated like 615 At Havana m Col Ed Butler dier No 53 Fast Line 600 a m Mr SylveBtor Scovel The old man who married a young No 51 Fast Mail 518 pm At Madrid 11 jlfl p m Three or four of the crippled old beauty will doubtless always be in No 91 NO Limited Mr A E Houghton At Wushington cruisers constituting the battered evidence but the story in the Sun ¬ TIUIN3 NORTH MrlStephon Bonsai remnant of Spains navyl have been day Post Dispatchs art portfolio No 92 Chicago Limited 080 a m Hopkinsville Kentucky AtNowYorkV detailed to cruise in the vicinity of may help some old gentleman to re ¬ No 52 StL6uEx mail AlrjMorton Watkins 1018am Cadiz to keep off the Oregon the flect before it is too late X rOtJbji No 66 HopkinHvillo Ao 825 pm JBegliis No 46 Fast Lino flowa and other sure enough war 948 p m Select home sokool Eleven able and experience Mr Belleville ip seeking a wife tehr8 A THE NEWS OF THE DAY IN thorough course in Anaiaiit and Modern Languages ships As a good many Spaniards in a month from the date rf Ma NuhvUTe AefsommocUUoa doo not run on English Matjjieoi UHBIW Aft WHMUItlpU ivb uisiwMw UU CUVBJCHl UUIlUre UOIIWJWW ate just now living on horse meat seventh wifes death has exhibited Worth bound St Lonln ud nhin v THE POST - DISPATCH naratorv Mud Prtuiarv tlRlaiiaiifij Tloftrm TAaUta Unttitm t All tf W fee Inclined to da the appro ¬ a devotion to tlny JllIVHLenta 0M d bWj trn domestic life that must WaUnQirfjujfkbaildiHg Appointments good faro fjoju With pwM FutLfiM A priate thing and give the Cadiz greatly puzale tb old bachelors and md eroMtHHtrw oulyat IwDorUat uunu IB rants k w mxm if de Catnip UfitiMtfa ApnawsMm kroHHk PhIImm agoAt vgtflAtiwmei- ixr ty nattily 80 ettt month tH dallying edd widowtr outJiith Jiorwe laugly ifgeiU by JCAlAlfAjNM w g iMfpjw vwa rreqiuwit Vt 7 jffir ¬ v IAN continue to increase in a most uocumenisoi aiuiust ffr very trouble- gratifying manner Many persons not only expensive but FOR CONGRESS who have learned to rely upon the some HENRY D ALLEN Kentuckian for the news waited The druggests arc complaining OF UNION COUNTY imnntJpnflr in frnnf nf tllfi hillftin more than anybody else against the I Kah h1 r r operation of the new tax They n m1am J Sampsons victory like considerable trouble in cunii uuu ji as issucu ti usual say there is was won on Sunday twenty minutes after the last tele- ¬ stamping the various packages to canceling the stamp After all the Merrimac cork didnt gram was received and within fif-¬ be sold then and that it almost takes the time of teen minutes the newsboys and stop the bottle counting room had sold fifty copies one clerk to attend to the stamping It is getting about time for Fitz- - of the paper exhausting the sur- - business alone Another complaint hugh Lee to send his card to Blan nlnc prlitimt fhr nntinirrtirn 1iof made by the druggists is that they I is also increasing rapidly co again and it will have to bear the burdens of the is a very rare occurrence that a tax by placing the stamps- on the and it suDscnoer wno nas given tne pa medicine at their own expense until It was a glorious fourth brought glorious news from the per a fair trial wants it stopped new supplies have to be ordered South and the West Its local news service especially re- ¬ Even then the tax comes out of the as the manufacturers ceives many compliments The news dealer It is to be hoped Commodore field is covered faithfully inteli are increasing the wholesale Sampson lost no time in wigwag ¬ gently and in many important hap ¬ prices and the retail prices being ging the news to Gen Duffield printed on the bottles cannot be in- ¬ exclusively - DEMOCKATIG TICKET The street ales of th KtamB SlJiSSilSjlMBSTllttlllS OF Does the Largest Business in the State of Kentucky Does the Largest BusiBew in the Southern States 1896 HTTP HARF Lkset Paid in Kentucky in Aloncy lociied i ft per tent on first class reaJ estate for a term of 5 years 24983102 BARBEE WalterF Harriett CASTLEMAN Resident Agents Hopkihsville Ky I k the bea building lots in the city and on tcraiB to suit purchasers Prices tanging from 20 to 3000 Thoy are located in nearly every part of the city We also have for salo farms in this and adjoining counties These farms are owned by parties who wish to sell Below is a partial list of them A Wo havo for 6alo some of Malingers Southern Department General Office Louisville Co t ESTABLISHED IN 1852 - Fine Farm near Kennedy Well improved good land well wa loreu aim umuereu ioj acres Pnce 5400 A Farm of 350 acres on Butter SAMUEL HODGSON Importer and Manufacturer of milk Road m Marble and Q ranite Momirnerits ¬ XA33LErS ETC CLARKSVttLE TENNESSEE KENDRICK i G antral TobaccoWarehouse Consignments PEOPLES- WAREHOUSE - ¬ tobacco i commission t merchants HOKMSVJLLE KY 8898J Qaither West 1898 ¬ ¬ 4 I k Wheeler Mills Co BETHEL FEMALE COLLEGE Session 4 September lJOS tyi - BEaASa M lUltlll u Inn ilai itnh Hi iritlalliltiVtijMifn tiT rfiUiXMretlrifliJii illimi nr nun our of the Vest docket fiuaeiwn railroad trains have tIE CROWDED How George - HIM Con stnob ing ears for ladies lu every million of pooplo iri tho norld thore nro 600 who are bllud Aparlof tho Gortnauspldiora equip metifc is w four ouuoo religious boolc Tho epokon language ofJJ China it not written audiho written langungo is not Broken South Amoriean ants havo been known to construct a tuuuol there milos in longlh On tho west and southwest coasts of Coroa tho tide rises and falls from 2G to 38 foot Secured Hot Fathers sent to Their Marriage You say that George la going to marry Mabel Brown S21 Aittl UtcNenr Idem The Kentuckian 1 Year Itlatlievvs Sewing Machine Thats fight But how on enrth did he gdt tlio old mans consent You Uo worked it beautifully know the old man is pretty green on the wheel and as nervous as a old moid lies reached that Btugu whore he is dead afraid some ¬ body will run into him and well George took advantage of it Ho waited until he could catch tho old man alone in the park and thon he came up alongside of him The old man almost tumbled off when George spoko to him but he made a brave at tempt nt a biulL Excuse me said George for breaking in upon the pleasure of your ride out I have some business of importance to transact with you 1 never talk business when Im cycling said the old man with his eyes firmly glued to the front wheel Oh dont you said George ns ho sheered in towards him Wowl said the old man with a violent wabble What do you want I want to marry your daughter said George roared the old man What Well you dont keep away darn youl for Gcorgo was again crowding ng FOR ONLY JOJKI 521 c B fB m lAJiyi MM iiiitiniiiiriiMii tffek H ItBfcL k li iiiiii Sewing Machine x V V CjLX n With nil tho latest im provomohts Tho best Mnchino for the least monoy ovor innuufacl ured Ltefht running noisoless simplo durable Evory Mnchino worrantod years 21 Zoologists say all known species of wild animals nro gradually diminish jug in size It is estimated that two years i9 tho average sicknoBS experienced by a person boforo tho ago of Boventy Tho weight of tho Greenland whalois 100 tons which iu equal to that of 88 elephants or 140 boars It has been ascertained that pntu glass will make a more durable monu ment than tho hardest granito ¬ ¬ 10 A A 50 Machiuo for for and freight prepaid Cash mviBt nccompany al ordors SlKOlFI CATIONS The Head Ts flvo and oneOmlf Inches hleh and eight and one half Inches Iouk lnsldo measurement This Is as high ns any family tnachlno mado and must not be confoundod with tho medium or so called high arm ma chines The beadplajo sets Into orMcvel with tho table Tho Needle Is straight self acting flat orf one sldo and cannot bo setvrong The Shuttle Is open on tho end cylinder jhapo and absolutely self threading TUu Bearings Are all steel well fitted and adjustable Self thtcadlng Thf machine Is self threading and no holo to put tho thread through except the eye of tho necdlo 4 ThoFeed Id positive In action and has no r springs to gotout of order Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind tho oobbln a smooth as on a spool of thread ThoStttch Is donblolock stitch Tho same on both Bldca and will not ravel Can bo lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty stitches to tho inch ThoTenslon Is a llat sprln tension and ad ¬ justable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nlcklo plated and has a J0080 wheel attached to operate bobbin winder without runulng machine Tho Movement Is the celebrated eccentric movements posltlvoln action and fewer work- ¬ ing parts thnn any machine on the market N Tho Stand Has laigo balance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadlo Is large and hangs In coue centers and all lost motion can be taken ud asters unrinrnuii nmi miri eau oe easily moveu njco dress guiud ovbr ¬ ¬ lifeboat mado of pumico Btone has been tested It continued afloat with a load oven when full of water A ¬ Mudios circulating library in Lon- him don has 3000000 books constantly in I love her said George and she circulation and employs 178 people Mrs Graco Thompson a young married woman filed suit for divorce at Lexington againsfLo wis Thompson alleging cruelty A loves me Nonscnsel snorted the old man Eh said George and pushed up a little closer Go way you idiot howled the old man or youll have me in the ditch captivo bee striving to escape lias But George crowded him still boon made to record as many as 15 closer r 540 wing strokes per minuto in a tost Then I have your consent he The average weight of the brain of asked No yes got away you may the Chinaman iB greater than that of have her pull oat bellowed the old ffny other race on the globe except tho man in an agony of terror Scotch Thank you cried George with A curious fact has beon noted by a howl of delight and rode away full Arctic travelers snow when at a very tilt to carry the good news to Mabel Cycling Gazette low temperature absorbs moisture nnd dries garments WIVES AS PROPERTY Tho Japanese foot has been praised Polygamy as It Is Practiced in Parts of for its strength and beauty Japanese Africa can walk incredible distances without One of the problems of civilized feeling weary man is how to live with a wife The question that worries the Pondo is Christians in Kentucky how to get along with only one Mon- ¬ According to reports made to the ogamy is to him a condition of abject missionary convention of tho Chris poverty When however he can af- ¬ tian church at Mt Sterling there are ford the luxury of three or four wives he is fairly assured of success in life now in Kentucky 750 congregations and with half a dozen he is rolling in of tho Christian church with a mem- ¬ wealth The explanation of this par- ¬ bership of 105000 in last year there adox is simple Whereas civilized was raised for foreign missions iu man is supposed to support his wife tho United States 4154 95 church the Pondo leaves to his women folk building2 671 uegroovnngelization the privilege of supporting him This 57599 womans missionary society shows that a savage is not necessarily 511915 Kentucky missions 1456 a fool Mr James OHaire mission- ¬ ary of tluo Catholic church inTJmtata iCGmaking a grand total of 35929 45 In the work in the State thirty five explains the working of the system Polygamy says he is evangelists have been employed and in a letter of the Pondos there have been 2400 additions iu the the very lifes support number of wives a man has settles the mission field and over 5000 additions the question as to his previous wealth to the churches for each wife was bought and for her he mus have paid from eight to 30 Hopkinsville Produce Harket oxon and now his wealth may be Cash prices paid by Hopkinsvilli estimated by the number of wives and children because the whole affair merchants may be simply described as natural Bacon Each daughter i human farming Hams country 810c worth say ten oxen if she is well X V built and pretty she may sell for 40 Shoulders iut then Sides 57u cattle too the sons work in tho care of fpr tho whole Kaffir property Lard J37c consists in cattle The wives work Country Produce ahclso do tho daughters qfint the Butter 1517c head of the family the man works no Eggs 7o mqrc after marriage The dignity Now feathers 2528o of labor is eo noblo n thing that one Beeswax 1821c cannot but admire thocomplcte self- Tallow 2Jo abnegation of the polygamous Pondos And Ginseng per lb 2225 in leaving it all to their females scorn yet the absence of work does not Honey 7jJ8e to prey upon their spirits They 26c Tub washed wool arenas happy as the day is long they Greased 1818o all smoko tobacco arid drink beer and Poultry eat mealies and beef or tho flesh of Y chlckons live per doz 156180 wild animals or wild birds They Boosters 2b sleep a great deal and thon rise and laugh andsinganddanceand play and Grain soli- ¬ Clover per buBhel 3 work a little nnd are without a tary care without sadness or sorrow Corn 45o South Africa V Wheat 60b A Furlough Defined Corn shelled 50o Live stock What is a furlough asked n Co ¬ lumbus O teacher Hogs 3150 It means a mule was the reply Sheep 250850 of Mary Cattle Oh no Calves 3504 doesnt mean replied tho teacher it a mule Hides nud Purs Indeed it docsl said Mnrv I Green hides 67o have a book at home that says eo Well snultlVo teacher now thor Green salted hidos 7Jo Dryflint 1012o oughly interested you may bring tho book to school and well sec about it Vegpabls Tho next day Mary brought the Now potatoes per bushel G575o book nnd in some triumph opened to Cabbago per head 86o a pngo whoro there was a picture of a Watermelons Eoldier standing beside n mule Be ¬ Go low wcro Florida 2585o ing the picture TTis the words Chi ¬ ¬ Homo on Furlough Plour Retail n cago Journnl p Patent ner bbl v fciiK A Peculiar Fact - Standard per bbl One of tho London evening nows- - wheel tp keep dres3 from getting on wheel Attachoents Are tho famous Johnsons sot in a tin box and consists of tuckor rufller fourhemmers binder qullter foot hemmor and feller under braider and sheerer oil can nndOll tWO Crnw llrlvnra alY inlliu nnnnr of needle thumb screw guago nnd book of directions Tho Furniture Is well mado hIKhly pol ¬ ished and elegant In appearance All these machines will bo sent out with oak furniture unless walnut is specified Kach machine has a lock to the drawers and cover nice nlokol plate drop rings to all drawers All machines are well packed and crated ItKAU OUIt GUAKANTEE Tim New ryears from Mathows Machine is warranted 10 dato of purchase and thirty days trial of It If perfect and ontlro satisfaction is not given tho machine may be rcsbipped to to us at our expense and the money paid us will bo refunded promptly Tinder this guarantee you run no risk what- ¬ ever in PUrchaslne tho New Mntliewn Mnnhlnn You have thirty days trial of it in your own jiomu aim n ior any reason you sliouiu wish to return the machine It may eo shipped to us at our exuenso and thn mniinv will hn rn funded All communications regarding the New Mathews Machine should bo addressed to I T lie Daily c H JWB- t 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 I m it en rn e UPVU O- - M y CHAS M MEACHAM i C oans Hopkinsville Ky Teleg raph 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 rvery department of the paper is supplied with a In uews service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky HTPraTSSsw ¬ Description ot the Improyed New Mathews Machine This machine is mauufa6tured with the view of supplying a loug folt vvunt to wit A Modern High arm first class Sewing Machine with nil late improvements and of first class material and imm wnrkmnnaliin nrinrin tho ljQf and latost Attachments at a reasonable price A 1 y nous accompanies every macnine In making your remittance we 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tV K- - t K A- ANOTHER STORM n A SPECIAL JUDGE H COL HENRY RETURNS HIS LEG SHOT OFF KILLED A Drunken IN CHURCH STORE OF LADRONES This Time It Is Biiiibfidge and Mr Chis Crofton Tbat Suffer Bush Will Preside Lieut Col Jouett Henry in town Hopkiflsviilc Hotel Mm Turns Up in the Army on a Furlough This Week r Mn EM bio - n w t rifliucu un ismnu oi Utiaiian Crowded Tent n Killed In Less Loses a Leg at Santiago and is Four People Were One et the Best Harbors and Coal Downer Will Be Special Came In this Morning and Will flucli Wind and Heavy Rains Mr J W i The Tragedy Than aMlnut Coming Home His Myste- ing Stations in the Pacific return to Clilckamauga Judge in One Case Liable flonday Afternoon Dolig In Mercer County rious Disappearance Ocean is Captured To night to Come Up Qreat Damage i - - The Hopkinsville friends of In yesterdays Kentuckian ex- ¬ Judge Cook left for home yester ¬ Henry were sur- ¬ clusive publication was made of the day and the special term of court Lieut Col Jouett to see his sun- ¬ great wind and hail storm that thiB week will be presided over by prised this morning soldiery form on swept over the Southern part of the Judge C H Bush who was elected burned face and He came up from the streets by the bar this morning county W Downer has been ap- ¬ Chickamauga last night looking Mr J afternoon another Yesterday jcic wore mc doing pointed in one important case in every men a soiuier Btorm visited the county attorney This light blue trousers and the darker most damage in the vicinity of which Mr Bush is army with of Bainbridge Larkin and as far east is the case of P M Jones vs Sallie blue coat the regular shoes and leggings and the heavy The rain was very P Rives asCrofton Court will be open all the week regulation hat heavy not only there but all over He has turned out a crop of the county The principal dam- ¬ for any business that may come up mutton chop whiskers which bid down but the regular sittings will notfbe age was in blowing had until Friday and Saturday fair to greatly alter his looks fencing and crops trees Colonel came in principally At Cerulean Springs the rain was The Hotel Latham sale will be The to see his mother and sister before terrific and flooded the sulphur passed on one of those days leaving for the front He is expect ¬ spring from the creek not faraway DESERTING ALREADY ing to be ordered to Cuba within Thc storm was accompanied by the next few days and got a leave much thunder and lightning as Colson Having Trouble With His of absence to make a final visit well as wind and water SHOT FOR DESERTION flountain Recruits Pa- - home He was seen by a Kentuckian Reported Execution of Three ducah Colored Recruits SUB H if 4 There was a report in circulation yesterday and last evening says the Paducah Visitor among the colored population particularly to the effect that three boys who joined the volunteers here and went south deserted at Tampa Fla on finding they were to be sent to Cu- ¬ ba and were caught and shot The statement was written back here by some of the men who went away from here for their letters were seen by several colored friends The Visitor last evening endeavor- ¬ ed to run down one of these letters to learn more definite statements but could not do so though it was able to satisfactorily verify the re- ¬ port The names of the negroes said to have been shot as stated are Tighlman Rowlett Al Smith and Will Nolan all well known NOW OPEN Is the Chalybeate Springs Lexington Ky July 5 Camp Corbin The men encamped here for the Fourth Regiment are becom ¬ ing dissatisfied and are deserting A large number of recruits have arrived but as yet there are but two full companies on the grounds Capt Frizbys company from Bell county will be Company A It was mustered in yesterday afternoon The men in Capt Beattys company have nearly all been examined Capt Calhoun and company State Guards left yesterday for Mayfield to guard Bob Blanks PERSONAL GOSSIP Miss Mabel Stone of Herndon is shopping here to day Miss Maud Cansler returned this afternoon from Dawson Mr and Mrs Harry G Tandy returned to Paducah to day Mrs Mary C Davis of Harrods burg is visiting Mrs Nat Gaither Mrs M C Forbes went to Prov- ¬ idence this morning on visit to rela- ¬ tives s Miss Hallie Collins has returned from a visit to friends at St Bethle- ¬ hem Tenn Miss Cora Harry wentto Earling ton this morning to visit her sister Mrs Hamp Fox Miss Daisy Keenman of Clarks ville is visiting her sister Mrs H M reporter this morning andltalked pleasantly of the boys at the Chick- ¬ amauga camp He says all of them are now well and impatient to get to business The green squad mustered in last week arrived on time and were put to work drilling and getting ac quainted with military duties Col Henry will spend to day and to morrow in the city and unless his leave is extended Will return to Chattanooga to morrow night WIDOW GOT HIM A Member of the K P A Married in Haste By an Indiana Widow Hotel at Sebree I wish to inform the people of Hop kinsville and all others who wish to visit at Sebree Springs that my house is now open after undergo- ¬ ing repairs to visitors and further- ¬ more that I have special arrange- ¬ ments with train No 52 going north to stop regularly at the springs to accommodate visitors My rates range from S5 to 7 per week Children under ten half price Address G L Dial Sebree Springs Ky REBUILDING THE LINE Frankel The Telephone Company Putting up High Poles The Cumberland Telephone Com- ¬ pany is rebuilding its line on South Mam street and putting in 45 foot poles The small poles up that street are so crowded with wires that many of the wires have fre- ¬ quently been crossed and tangled in a way that seriously interfered with the service As soon as the larger poles can be put in the lines will be rebuilt and extended and a number of new telephones put in Time of Meeting Changed At a meeting of Hopkinsville Lodge No 37 A P and A M held Monday night an important change was made in the time of meeting The lodge will hereafter meet on the third Monday night in each month It has met on the first Monday night for more than fifty years The lodge is enjoying quite a bopm and half a dozen new peti ¬ tions for membership were received h for the Pen Deputy Sheriff H H Golay left this morning for Eddyville taking with him Bob Wall col the only He goes for convict at this term eighteen months for breaking open a store house Off Wiley Is Better Mr D G Wiley who was Htrick tm With paralysis at Dawson Sun ¬ reported much better day i flip to up fain juid wiH fir ii of St Mrs Richard Durrett Louis is the guest of her mother Mrs Lou West Miss Ada Morton of Madison ville is visiting Miss Jessie Fay Howe on South Walnut street Miss Rosa Steinhagen of Atlan- ¬ ta is visiting the family of her father Prof R T Steinhagen Miss WillieRadford leaves for Denver Col where she will spend the balance of the summer Mrs A J Meador and son By ¬ ron went to Madisonville this morning on a visit to her sister BASEBALL Mrs W F Anderson SPECIAL Miss Cora Mason of Adairville who has been visiting friends in RESULTS OP YESTERDAY s CAMES the city for several weeks returned Cincinnati 9 11 Louisville 4 0 home this morning Brooklyn 4 6 Washington 3 9 Mr and Mrs Felix Z Gaither of Baltimore 12 g Philadel Fort Worth Tex and Mr Thos St Louis 112 Pittsburg Anderson of Waco are visiting Mr Cleveland 113 Chicago Nat Gaithers family Boston 610 New York Mr Leslie Waller who returned HOW THEY STAND home Sunday on a visit to his par- ¬ Won Lost PC Clubs ents will leave for Frankfort this Cincinnati 46 23 667 afternoon 39 25 609 Cleveland Miss Lester Bradshaw of Tren- ¬ Boston 39 26 600 ton who has been visiting relatives Baltimore- 36 26 581 in this county returned home this Chicago 38 29 567 morning accompanied by Miss Pittsburg 34 31 523 Mattie Adams 31 33 484 New York 33 27 450 PhiladelpliialM Mrs Frank J Ort left for Leba ¬ 435 Vi 27 35 non Ky yesterday to join her hus ¬ Brooklyn 26 40 391 Washington band to whom she was clandes- ¬ 46 23 333 tinely married about a year ago St Louis 46 22 Louisville 324 Mr Ort came down to meet her Mrs Annie H Davis daughters SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY Etta Maggie and Mabel and son Cleveland at Chicago James left this morning for Boze Philadelphia at Baltimore man Montana which will be their St Louis at Pittsburg future home Brooklyn at Washington Mrs A J Meador and little son Remember the Haine went to Madisonville to day to spend a few weeks with friends and Place to get your fine Merchant They will also visit Tailoring 3 by6 Fow right Pants relatives made for 7 and Suitl4 Henderson baton their return 15 30 Mackinac Island Mich July 4 Special The Kentucky Press Association steamed fronvregions of torrid heat to regions of dcy chill The lake trip yesterday was alto- ¬ gether delightful but the tempera- ¬ ture fell rapidly last night and this morning it was bitterly cold to the thinly clad Southerners who reach- ¬ ed Mackinac Island at 530 oclock The day had been abnormally cold but a short rest and an excellent meal put every one in good humor and a largely attended business meeting was held at the Casino in the afternoon It was presided over by President Woolfolk A romantic wedding that took place this evening culminated from the excursion of Kentucky Press Association Editor James W Stew- ¬ art of the Elizabethtown Leader and Mrs Cora Hiveley of Fort Wayne Ind were united in mar- ¬ riage in the Casino at the Grand Hotel just after the Fourth of July celebration by the Kentucky Press Association The ceremony was performed in a simple and impress ¬ ive manner by Rev George F Na son editor of the Southern Journal of Osteopathy of Franklin Ky The bride and groom met first Sat- ¬ urday morning when the former boarded the train at Lima O -- Washington July 5 Special--The Navy Department has re ceived a long cablegram from Ad miral Dewey confirming the an nouncement of the arrival of lti American troops and the seizure of the Ladrone Islands by our ships In the absence of more definite in formation it is assured that the American flag was planted on the island Guahan one of the Ladroue group The chief city of the islands is Guahan It is exceed intrlv wnii fortified for such a small place and affords one of the best harbors and coaling stations in the Pacific Ocean About six months airo th Spanish government strongly forti fied the islands to prepare for the emergency of an attack The isl and of Guahan will be used as a coaling station It is believed that some of the ar tillery which was taken on the City of Pekin in the first expedition was intended to fortify this island after its capture by the American troops It is thought that the Monadnock will remain at Guahan as a perma ¬ nent guardship for the island so long as it remains under the American flag Pando Goes Back to Havana Madrid July 5 Gen Special Pando according to advices re ceived here has returned to Ha vana L J Corrcctpil Dally Hy Urn KnivlliiH Hunker No Yello Fever at Key West Mrs F T Gunther and grand nml llroker IIojOcIubvUIc Ky Key WeSt July 5 daughter Miss Daisy Cavin went Special There is n6 yellow fever here m to Hopkinsville yesterday to attend ClilcnRo Market To Day Opff Higt Closing spijejrf the reports sent out that the bedside of Mrs Thos N Petree suspicions cases of fever had been who is ill Owensboro Inquirer 74 Cash Wheat discovered 76 75 77 July Wheat Ratcliffe Surrenders 68 Sept Wheat 70 70 John W Postell col was before W E Ratcliffe who shot twice 31 32 32 July Corn the City Court thismorning charged at Leslie Boyd at the picnic at 32 tf 32 32 Sept Corn with using insulting language on Crofton Saturday surrendered to 19 20 20 Sept Oats the streets The case was dis ¬ the Marshal of Crofton this morn 9 75 9 62 Sept Pork 9 75 missed ing and gave bond for his appear- ¬ 5 35 5 35 Sept Lard 5 35 The wife of Mr Thos Hammond ance at the examining trial The 5 37 5 35 Sept Ribs 5 35 of Crofton presented her husband trial of Boyd has been set for next New York Stocks nnd Cotton with a fine girl baby Monday Thursday ¬ J L Bailey the proprietor of the Harrodaburg Ky July is News European Hotel on Seventh street of one of the most startling and hor ¬ who disappeared from this city rible tragedies ever enacted iii this mysteriously on May 23 has been section of Kentucky has Reached heard from here At Cornishville 10 miles He left without telling his wife or from here Rer Bottom is holding any one else where he was going a tent meeting which is Attended and Mrs Bailey was much concern nightly by hundred of people At er about his disappearance After the services which began at 8 he had been gone several days he oclock Sunday night Richard Vo-wrote back that he had gone on a taw a well known young farmer long trip and expressing great crazed with whisky opened fire fondness for her Mrs Bailey with a revolver at the worshipers who is a daughter of Stephen Rives in the tent and killed four people went to live with her father The first one to be shot was John To day she is moving to Guthrie Benton Hale a highly respectable to live and this morning received a farmer He died instantly The telegram from Santiago telling her second shot killed a young man that her husband had one of his named Adkinson whose father lives legs shot off in the battle of Santia- ¬ in this city The desperado then go last Friday and would return turned his revolver on Miss Julia home assoon as he was able to P Coulter killing her instantly travel and then shot a Miss Campbell It turns out that young Bailey who was dying when the runner who is 23 years old went from here who brought the news of the trage ¬ to Tennessee where he enlisted in dy to this place left Cornishville the army and moved to the front Miss Campbell is a daughter of with the first troops to Cuba Rev Mr Campbell who ran for He was in the fight last Friday Representative against Hon Mor- ¬ and was brought down by a Span- ¬ gan Chinn last November ish bullet His leg was badlyshat- After his bloody work TJevatau tered and ampulation was neces ¬ brandished hia revolver and ex- ¬ sary claimed I have done enough to Being unable o continue in the be hanged for Let the officers service he will be sent hortie in a come I am ready for them He few weeks had not been arrested when the runner left for this plate The ex- TO DAYS MARKET REPORT- citement is intense i ¬ ¬ - I I ¬ I Pff 21 I Higt 6 11 Closing 6 10 1 20 99 1 05 53 Aug Cotton 6 09 I 21 1 01 1 07 Q C B 54 54 tf N L 1 06 1 06 T05 Manhattan 1 30 1 34X 1 34 Sugar 26 25 26 Coal Iron Chicago ItecolpU To day 12 Cars Wheat 288 Cars Corn 345 Cars Oats 1 AmTob Chicago Gas 1 01 1 07 52 97 24 53 Some High Grade Qoods Some fine tobacco was sold on the market to day and prices ranged the highest of the season Ragsdale Copper Co sold for Swain of Swain Ky Morris one hogshead of Austrian leaf at 1750 Several other hogsheads of the weed belonging to the same firm were sold at prices ranging JL mr from 16 to 13 There was a good demand tor the finer grades and prices were very satisfactory The leaf offerings were light however Medium leaf and lugs did fairly HoM fVCkt -- 4 nvfAMrln auuw o IU Kwi a1lkCI nu uaiuiub 41 in if iu CZl Ijicm JIOr IlCAl An well prices realized on these grades being about the same as last week noimng we are overloaded on Mens sizes d Offerings are expected to be much 5 1 2 6 6 6 1 2 and larger to morrow and Ladies sizes 1 v Men and Women Small tf VITH wi n1 7s Went to the Work House Roy Boales col arrested yester 12 ¬ 2 2 2 1 2 and 3s in all grades of shoes day on a charge of breach of the peace was fined 10 and costs in the city court this morning He failed to pay the fine and was seut to the work house Harry Ferguson Very 111 Attorney Harry Ferguson who has been in failing health for some time is now confined to his bed and is dangerously ill at his boarding house in this city His condition is such that his friends entertain no hope of his recovery Dr Rodmans Cousin Capt John B Rodman of the regular army who was wounded in the fight at Santiago is a cousin pf Dr Jas Rodman of this city Worth 2 to 6 WILL BE SOLD AT 50C TO s A w 100 MrsSam Stiten and son Richard visiting relatives hererhttve returned to their hom who have been in Louiayilje s Jtu n W p djww UjJttJtt i