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FvfI i - J Read Th DaiiyKentuckian 10 Cts a Week VOL 1 NO 60 Te Dailu HOPKINSVILLE KY A zntuzkiaii OCEAN HORROR LIVE NEWS Every Page We Set The Pace WEDNESDAY AFTEMOON JULY 6 1898 PEIOE 2 CENTS PEACE The Pope Has Taken a Hand For Spain Austria to Act as Mediator in Suing For Terms A FORMIDABLE Was the Spanish Fleet Destroyed Last Sunday J Bi ty P Great Disaster at Sea and 400 Lives are Lost The Vizcaya Was the Big Ship ifyvo Hundred of the Six Hundred Sent to New York Last Winter Passengers SavedMany on a Visit Americans Lost Will Be Resumed By y jh Cerveras flee is a terrific blow to Spain as thiqj Collided with the French Liner La purgoyne on sable island soutn fleet was far more formidable thai that wiped out by Admiral Dewcj ONova Scotia at an early hour morning he LaBourgoyncwas sunk with people on board uTwo hundred were saved only tobal Colon and Maria Teresa anal gnv ox me rescueu oeing a woman e purser three encrineers and the three torpedo boat destroyers tit luuuiui uiiu was me sirungeiiu ff cliino SJnnin linH nflfVHfS It consisted of the four armored cruisers Vizcaya Oquendo Chris flnfilln Yvrtfihinirrnn Inlv hilation of Admiral firrhf i nnnii Halifax N S July Plin of nnmoUin 6 Special ffnmr ff olll t0 Shafter Tomorrow Arrangements Being Made to Exchange Hobson Washington July 6 Special It is generally f London Rumor Says ToDay Special A London July 6 Madrid correspondent ot the London Telegraph says he is informed i that Spain will sue for peace to day An Evening News dispatch says Campos had a prolonged conference with the Queen Regent and that the situation is more favorable to peace than war Austrian Emperor Asked To Help Bring About Peace Special The New Prie Presse assests that the Vienna July 0 Pope has appealed to the Austrian Emperor to assist Spain to obtain an honorable peace The Emperor expressed his willingness to use his influence for peace if aided by the other friendly powers French Consuls Daughter Shot by a Spanish Outpost i Special The hospitals at Santiago Kingston Jamaica July 5 are full of sick and wounded Spaniards The estimated loss of the Spaniards at San Juan Hill was eight hundred killed including Gen Vara Del Roy Over one thousand men are reported to have been killed on the Spanish side at El Caney Refugees reported that the French Consul with 400 men women and children under the French flagleft Santiago to seek refuge at Cubitas in the interior and the company was fired on by the Spanish outpost and two women wounded one of them the Consuls daughter An Explosion Kills Several Men on the Monitoba Special London July 6 Three or four men were killed this of a box of cartridges being carried aboard the morning by the explosion steamer Manitoba recently bought for an American transport It is now learned that live men were killed in the explosion and fifteen terribly injured The Manitoba was greatly damaged Spanish Captain Commits Suicide To Escape Being Captured A Heralds Santiago dispatch sajto Special New York July 5 Don Juan Lafcaga Captain of the cruiser Almirante Oquendo committed suicide Sunday rather than fall into the hands ot the Americans 11 1 - No News at Madrid Blanco Ordered to Report Special Madrid July 6 No news has been received here of the threatened bombardment of Santiago Gen Blanco has been ordered to send detail Another Regiment to the Front New York July G Special The Eighth Ohio arrived hereto day and boarded the St Paul which will sail for Santiago late to day The suggestion that Ccrvcra be exchanged for him is re ¬ and Strong is the Democratic garded as rediculous Convention at Lebanon It is stated at the navy department that the cruiser St Lebanon Ky July 5 Special The Hon Geo Fulton of Bards Louis left Santiago this morning for Portsmouth with Admiral taw 1ft Democratic chalrmaJiothe Cerveraand-othcr-prisoneThird Appellate district called the In the Seiate to day Senator Pettigrew introduced a reso- ¬ convention to order promptly at 12 oclock the attendance being very lution tendering he thanks of Congress to Commodore Schley large and his men for distinguished W L Porter of Barren county conduct in the destruction of representing the Kelley and Hobson forces E B Beard of Shelby coun- ¬ the Spanish fleet at Santiago THE VIZCAYA ty the Beckham side and J P The armor of these ships made Senator Pettigrew and others them particularly formidable On Thompson of Marion county for made some severe reflections the water line there was a belt of Jas Gaructt were placed in nomi- ¬ armor 5 feet 6 inches broad and nation for chairman of the conven- ¬ on Commodore Sampson and 315 feet long of 12 inches in thick tion ness and of steel The turrets the latter was delended by Sen- ¬ The first ballot resulted Porter 9 inches of were surrounded with ator Hale and others The dis- ¬ 26 Beard steel armor the conning towers 12 57 Thompson 47 inches The protected deckcoer Twenty six ballots in all have been cussion grew of the fact that ing the vitals of the ship had from taken and the result of the first re ¬ Sampson was absent last Sun- two inches to three inches of steel mains unchanged coMuoDonE6cmET The convention Surrounding the ammunition tubes for a few minutes day when Cervera made his dash out of the harbor and magazines was a circle ot has adjourned recess eight inches of steel The armament consisted of 40 It looks as if it will be a long Claim Cubans Did Not Fight guns and from six to eight torpedo drawn out affair tubes on each ship In detail these After recess balloting began guns were two eleven inch Hontoria again What Two Captains Say Thirty five ballots were breech loading guns in turrets one forward and one aft ten 55 inch taken for chairman but no election Key West July 6 Special Capt Hunter ot the First cavalry Hontoria quick fires five on each The thirty fifth ballot resulted says the Cubans were useless in the fiht at Santiago that they would 47 beam the forward and after ones Porter 57 Thompson and not fight Capt Craig of the Sixth cavalry says the same tiling being sponsoned eight six pounder Beard 26 After this ballot The Cubans referred to are not Gen Garcias army quick fires five on each beam the another was ordered and will con- ¬ forward and after ones being spon- ¬ convention soned eight six pounder quick fires tinue indefinitely The Why the Bombardment Was ten one pound quick fires eight is deadlocked good and strong machine guns two On the 37th ballot Beckham threw Nordenhoff Maxim machine guns The Viz ¬ his force from Beard to Thompson Stopped from Washington caya had six torpedo tubes and the and then the Hobson and Kelley other two ships eight torpedotubes men fell in Washington July 6 As a result of the Cabinet meeting Special line making Thompsons On each ship two ot the torpedo yesterday instructions were sent by the President to Admiral Sampson tubes were submerged Each ship election unanimous This of course will give strength and Gen Shafter to confer together concerning a joint plan of attack up- ¬ carried a complement of 484 men on the city of Santiago deCuba Upon the outcome of this conference de ¬ The Cristobal Colon was substan to Garnett tially similar but was of later pends the line of action for the immediate future being turned out in 12896 at build Gen Shafters demand for the surrender of Santiago on the pain of County Court Matters Sestri Ponsate She was 6840 tons Forbes Bro were granted a bombardment was made at 830 oclock Sunday morning An hour 328 feet long and in other respects was similar to the three first named license to sell pistols for one year later Admiral Ccrvcra made an unsuccessful dash from the harbor In ships with slight variations She of a menacing Spanish ileet within the harbor the way has been carried a complement of 500 officers Wni Payne Price Draughon and¬ stead Chas Bradley were appointed ap cleared save for the shore batteries for the entrance of the American and men praisers of the estate of Steve Du fleet Good rs ¬ -- Pluton Furor and originally the destroyer Terror but last advices place her at San Juan Puerto Rico where she had been crippled by the St Paul The Vizcaya Maria Teresa ana the Oquendo were sister ships built at Bilbao in 1890 91 They were of steel each with two screwsji two turrets two funnels and two military masts with tops They had a displacement of 6890 torist length 364 feet over all beam 651 feet 2 inches mein draft 21 feett inches Their speed of 185 knots was given by engines having a1 horse power 9500 On forced draft they were capable of making 202 knots Their coal capacity wasJ 050 tons each which gave them a steaming distance of 9700 miles at 10 knots per hour Each had two sets of vertical expansion engines and six boilers four double ended and two single ended J rty of the crew were saved The ainder of the rescued were ssengers Iany of the passengers on the ilt fated ship were Americans Nearly all of the first class pas sengers were lost the saved beinir from the steerage Sistly La Bourgoyne and sailor leftJNew York u ana csaturuay witn a crew ot ihad 505 passengers She was com- ¬ manded by Capt L Once DuBosc May Be Lost W jpNew York July 6 Special Itiis believed Senor DuBosc recent ly a member of the Spanish Lega- ¬ tion was on the LaBourgoyne DEADLOCKED understood bombard- ¬ that Gen Shafter will begin operation against Santiago again to morrow Unless the city is surrendered without ment it will be razed to the ground Washington wounded The Cherokee will also sail to day with 225 more wounded Gen July 6 SpecialGen Shafter telegraphs from Playa Del Este The Iroquois sailed two days ago with Shafter has the authority to make an exchange for Gen Carbin thinks he will do so without delay Lt Hobson lift n A ¬ Continued on Fourth Pago lin deed Wounded Reach Key West Not a Good Opinion of Cubans Kj AVest Ready Now to Exchange Have Come Down Off Their Perch The war department received this Special Washington July 6 morning from Gen SJiafter a dispatch dated July 5 stating that he has received a letter from Gen Torn agreeingxchange Lieut tlobsn Will make the exchange lii tfie morning Wednesday and his men Gtyi TornUaKt Monday refuel Gen SjiafUrft proposal tp exchange July -- Speclal The Iroquois arrived here lastevcn It is the clear expectation of the authorities here that the conference will result in a determination by the Admiral to enter the harbor and take position before the city for a bombardment In fact the instructions sent to Admiral Sampson at least conveyed the desire if not the instructions that he enter the harbor But the Admiral and the General continue to be supreme in authority and their judgmcHt will he final Tltfj neck of the channel is open despite the sinking of the MerrN thin gives a clear seaway of seven fathoms through which any mac iiif our navy can sail This removes ftll difficulty except from ruUo ship marine mines or from the fdiOre balteriet inir wltlj 365 founded offlceraud men from Santiago The men say the Cuban itiMtrapiitfi around Santiago arc lazy swin ¬ dler wUp do nothiifiut louafftjuouwd ami win money from our WuJF a t Itmw l uj py incsery an older i ii et ad l a jit jriA - jJt - fuwijii mm V tftbe 3ail ftentuckian gmMCXXPTXOX JtATZ 85 Pes Wkkk Advance Carlisles son The Ex SecrctarysSurviyhiff Son at a Victim of Typhoid Fever hum REAL Jtihh BUwfJtiitail AHhtfrQUiwiiaiii hj cckliirldjnf CwtleauMi RQBINSOH Royal raw shed trtitf crenlng except Sunday by DeliTeredbjrcarrlcniioAll parts of the city 10 CXXTB NSWIXE GXAS X KXAOKAX SIS VU Pkk Month in Peb 8 Months in Advance Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL vv 100 Per Year in Advance 10 4001 DEMOOBATIO TIOKET FOR CONGRESS POST DISPATCH SNAP SHOTS HENRY D ALLEN OP UNION COUNTY M All our boys in Cuba are Getcher Guns Our Sampson has put the Spanish lion to sleep The newest proverb Providence Schley is well named He was is with the side that can snoot the too sly to be caught napping i nowjfolisten td the proposition to the men and especially we have flie T exchange Hobson money 7Givcihe Admiral Diederich should lose no name of Dewey a rest time in describing bur great navy now and call the rest of the 98 to King Billy babies Schley When the Spanish gunboat Ley te The Ladrones ought to be a good found that it couldnt getout it surr place io send some of our official rendered to Dewey drones in the hiveat Washington It has been clear all along that our Shatter could not fall upon the The Colon was changed into an Spaniards without hurting them exclamation point while Schleys When the Charleston reached the guns were in the punctuation busi- ¬ Ladrone Islands the Spaniards ness there didnt know it was loaded Though Spain has villainously Editor Stewart failed to heed the oppressed the colored inhabitants elder Wellers advice to his son of Cuba the United States should Samuel and surrendered in forty treat Cervera white eight hours The Glorious Fourth found the Browns at their goal the tail end Even the fact that our old friend Christooher Columbus was dis They had lost one more game than guised behind the name Cristobal any of the other tail enders Those crack shot Yankees will Colon- did not save the admirals be the title bestowed upon us here- ¬ flagship The nation that can pot after escape of Cervera shows that anything it draws a bead on The the importance of Hobson s exploit If it takes five German warships was overestimated The sunken to protect 200 Germans the Kaiser Mefrimac did not block the mouth certainly needs the large addition of the harbor he has been asking for his navy - Perhaps Spain is about ready straightest Weve got the ships we vcgot Washington July The Largest Fire Insurance Company in the World telegram received in this city this Vf Does the Largest lUiaineBsin tho Stuto of Kentucky morning from Hon John G Carlisle A gycjdie savd intelligence jhal his Does tho Largest Business In tho Southern Statna sonW K Carlisle diedinJtfew OF TITLE MADE Losses Paid in Kentucky in 8 m York of typhoid fever Mr Carlisle1 leaves a wife and Mony loaned at 6 per cent four children He is well known on first class real estate for here in Kentucky and in Chicago a term of 5 years The Prison Commission Wo havo for salo somd of tho bos MaiiajccrsJSoMtlicrn Department VFrankfort Ky July 5 Prison building lots In tho pity and on terms J Gcucral Office Louisville Commissioners George and Rich- ¬ to suit purohHBers Prices ranging ardson are much sought men from 20 to 13000 They nro located They are expected here on every in nearly every part of the city We Co Resident Agents HopkinsyifieKy Walter F Wirriett train and applicants for offices un also havo for aaib farms in tnis and ft der them are under the impression adjoining counties Theso forma are 1 that they will hold an election for owned by partieB whp wish to sell IN the other places to be filled by them Below is a partial list of them not later than Thursday Commis- ¬ A Fine Farm near Kennedy sioner Finnell is here co operating with the committee in taking the Well improved good land wollwa inventory at the penitentiary tored and timbered 180 acres Price 5400 Reduciig the Size of Rocks A Farm of 350 acres on Butteri Sam Winders the Guthrie man Importer and Manufacturer of who was fined 104 for brutally milk Road beating his son with a horsewhip Two thirds in fine timber several days ago says the Clarks provemonta well watered good im 8Jmiles ville Times receiving 208 days on from tho city Big bargain the chaingang is at work in the Price 5900 work house as his friends in Ken- ¬ Farm of 106 acres onButler Road tucky have not come to his assist- ¬ Three and ono half miles fromthi ance but may do so later on 5 A private atla 1 ESTATE AGENT Mimm BABBEE CASTIEMA - ESTABLISHED I852 SAMUEL HODGSON 1 fit V morning papers The Chicago not permitted to handle the were great history making events of July lto5 They were forced to sus- ¬ pend on account of a strike of ster eotypers The publishers all ex- ¬ pected to be able to resume publi- ¬ cation this morning v BASEBALL SPECIAL RESULTS OF YESTERDAY S GAMES city well improved good orchard and never failing water Marble and Grranite of Hopkinsville Ky Price 750 A farm of 20 acres on same road 3J miles frpm the city well improve ed A good poultry or market gar den farm in good neighborhood Price 400 -Farm of 75 acres on Greenville TA BLBiTS ETC piLARliSVJT LEj MR Monuineiitsv x RUNYON OP- - TJESWaVTBSEB V V- - Road Six miles from tho city Tho very uoau pmcq in iuq neignDornooaj timber good wafer buildings orch ard and in a fine state of repair F M WHITLOW is my soiicitor Pittsburg Chicago 3 8 With Gen Shatter carrying 310 Of the 2200 brave Spaniards who made their desperate dash for liber- ¬ pounds in the torrid Cuban heat ty 350 were killed 160 wounded what fat man in all North America and the rest are prisoners Only has a right to complain of the ther emometer one American was killed St Louis 2 Cleveland 4 - KENDRICK PnOPBIETOKS Price A 650 Baltimore 7 Philadelphia Washington 4 Brooklyn New York 2 Boston 51 HOW THEY STAND very fine little Farm of acres near Elmo 87 1 2 i i Had George HI come back to Great Britain yesterday and found his people celebrating the Fourth of July he would have smitten his bosom and rent his wig The way in which American war- ¬ ships stop for a day or two enroute Have you noticed that many of to somewhere to scoop in a groupj the names of the naval heroes so of islands is calculated to make Dew- ¬ far end in ey and son Dame Europes hair stand on end ey Schley and Bagley head the list with Hobson Sampson and Nervous ones who were tortured by terrible banging on the Fourth Watson close behind them may soothe themselves by reading Orders have been issued to hurry the long lists of wounded who wen up the departure of Watsons down where the racket was kept up squadron and Cadiz is worse scar- ¬ The Democratic nominee for Gov- ed than Boston is whenever the ernor of Pennsylvania George N American ships engage in target Jenks has fetching sideburns but practice off the New England coast no hair to speak of where it should grow the thickest It is likely If Duffield doesnt look out the however that no Democrat what¬ nickname Wigwag Duffield will ever his appearance or abilities stick to him If he had handled his can coax Pennsylvania Ephraims guns instead of his signal flags he from their idols would have been spared the report Massachusetts is puffed up with that Gen Duffield was the only pride and vanity because her 2d man who failed to accomplish what regiment was chosen to go in with Duffield i s on e of the regulars at Santiago harbor he undertook pets and from the doings of the Massa- ¬ Algers chusetts 2d on land we may see how almost wholly dependent upon Lieut Commander RichardWain wright who was a survivor of the Massachusetts we have become for Maine fought with more courage our national existence and ferocity than any man on the It was Schley and not Sampson He was in com- ¬ American side who came out of the Santiago naval mand of the little Gloucester form- ¬ erly Pierrepont Morgans yacht battle with the highest honors Corsair and the little vessel was Fortune favored Schley His su- ¬ in the thickest of the fight from the perior in command was away on a first to the last and was given the conference with the land forces and Schley was in command of the en- ¬ honor of taking Cervera An Atlanta girl tried to enlist in the army but her sex was discover- ¬ ed arid she was sent home declar- ¬ ing she would try it again where the examination would be less rigid Clubs Wor 46 39 40 36 38 34 31 Cincinnati Cleveland Boston tostviPC 23 25 25 2 29 31 33 33 35 40 46 47 Baltimore Chicago Pittsburg New York chqrch v523 neaj Price Price 667 2200 600 100 acres 5 Miles From City on 615 Russellville Pike 597 567 Well improved 15 acres of timber and school Twenty acres of timber the remain ing in high state of cultivation All tho buildings in good condition splondid neighborhood We Solicit the ¬ G entralTobaccoWar I house GlarksMilte Patronage of Tennessee AH Who Have Tobacco To Sell Free Storage to Shippers Cash r Advances Made J on Consignments MFSHRYER 0 KEND1UCK Salesman Philadelphia Brooklyn Washington 1 St Louis Louisville Hopkinsville Produce flarket 27 27 26 23 22 years at 6 per cent The best farm Railroad St Between Tenth Cash prices pnid by HopkinBville in the neighborhood HOPKINSVILE KY and Eleventh merchants Besides these we havo other farms pgCaroful attention given to sampling and Eelliug ail tobacco conBignod for sale and wH take pleasure in Bacon All tobacco insured uulea o us Liberal advances on tobacco in store showing any of them to parties wish Hams country 810o fug to buy SurveyB Plats and Ab otherwise instructed Shoulders Sides 1800 484 450 i36jicres on Ducker Mill rqad 435 65 acres of bottom land 2 good 391 houses 2 barns well watered 15 acres 333 timber Price 1100 319 500 cash balance in one and 2 C HANBERY PEOPLES HANBERY WAREHOUSE SHRYER Proprs y 45Jq Lard Country Produce Butter Eggs New feathers Beeswax Tallqyv Three tracts of coal lands two of the mines partially developed 1215c Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest qual 7o ity Onp tract contains 000 acres 57d 67o Btracts of title furniBhed all purchus era Now is tho time to buy reaj estate NAT GAITHER JAS WEST QAITHER t COMMISSION acres one 05 acres Alf 2528o one 175 mile Illinois within i It 1821o Will sell at bargains CentralonIteasy TOBACCO and WES TV MERCHANTS Giuseng per lb Honey Tub washed wool Greased 2225 right men 7 2Je terms Hpro are fortunes for the ¬ Poultry Y tire fleet When Commodore Samp The First district committee met son returned upon hearing the Tuesday afternoon at Paducah cannonading the victory had been won subject to the call of the chairman and took jiction relative to the nam ¬ ing of a Democratic candidate for The primary for July Congress 16 was recalled and the nomination of C K Wheeler for Congressman made and officially declared There were ten of the chairmen of the dis- ¬ This action was trict present in view of the fact that Mr taken AVheeler had no opposition Admjral Cervera is not only a gentleman but he is a hero as well No man in the history of warfare eyer made a more gallant fight odds than against hopeless grim old Spanish seaman the thing decent the who did when Hobson fell into his hands ITii dash frpm the harbor into The jaws of certain defeat and almost sure death was simply mag iiljicnt Ho more illustrious name that CryjraiiaB ever Illumined the They Want Blanks Bad The news from Mayfield to day says the Paducah News indicates that there is much excitement over the Bob Blanks case and the pres ence of the soldiers there All classes of people are not only abus ¬ ing Blanks but the soldiers and Governor Bradley The soldiers got to Mayfield yesterday and im ¬ mense gathering welcomed them K At arms the prisoner was escorted by the soldiers to the jail and since has been closely guarded by them Only forty soldiers were in the party of escort but sixty live more are expected to night or to- ¬ morrow There is talk of getting Blanks yet and this will be dpnei if he is not clpsely watched The people are not disposed to bring on bloodshed but they are nbt to be bluffed Blanks trial has been de chickens live per doz150180 Roosters 2o Grain Clover per bushel 3 Corn 46c Wheat 50o Com Bhelled B0o Live stock Hogs 3325 Sheep 25080O Cattle 2508D0 Calves 800825 Lambs 100425 Hides and Purs Green hides 67o Green Baited hides 7o l Dry flint 1012o Vegotablea Now potatoes per bushel 7ioi Cabbage por head Watermelona Florida 2585o Flour Retail Patent per bbl 425 Standard per bbl 375 or exchange a good pay For Four months storage Free ing hotel at the famous Dawson Liberal advances made on Tobacco 1318q Springe Will sell at a bargain ork exchange for improved farming land I THE GREAT SUMMER RESORT well located aalo 8o 26c HOKINSV1LLE KY 1898 a 8898 For aalo a good first claea board ing house at Dawson Springe Will sell on easy torme or oxchango for good notes The owners business compels him to reeide elsewhere 80 acre ranch well improved near San Diego Cal Will exchange for property in Christian county Ky William Robinson Agt ¬ Dawson Springs Arcadia House Dawson Hopkins County Kentucky Thesp colobrntPd chalybeate and salts sprlngaaro sltuatedlmmcdiitoly upon tho Louts- villa nud Memphis division of the Illinois Central railroad formerly Uliisapcako Ohio uud Southwestern lUilroad 1G5 mllos west of Louisville Kyi and 68 miles east of Paducah K v uiieArcauia tiouso is new aim nam v lurnisneu with capacity oi entertaining aoo ppr sons The owuera ol the hotel aro nso owners losnnnuriunci tho kuihU of the Arcadia House havo lrco access to tho Spring wlthgutcxtrttchargo Invalids should remeinbor that tho months of Juno and July ofter many ndvnrtaes to persons visiting tho Springs Tho dry ana uquiu Bans aro manufactured at titsso springs for pampiiiots etc apply to NMHOLKMAN CO Proprietors Z OfficeWebber Street Hopkinsville Ky W Q WUEELEJI W H Faxon fThe Present Crisis JHE POST DISPATCH Is the uly Wheeler Mills Tobacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants Co Grain Dealers n 85c Fire Proof Warehouse Liberal Adyanco on Consignments oon iiussellvillk and Ky a iS r sis h St JLquls Paper Hopkinsville Hay Clover porewt Good Timothy Bran rotuil Tonwtoos Fancy pordpz Choice perdoz Green Corn With Its Own Staff Correspondents at nil Points of Interest At Havana Mr Sylvester Scovel At Madrid Mr A E Houffhtou At Washington BDe Mr Stephen Bonsai tif 70a AtNowYof- kM r Morton WatkinB 12J0 THE NKW3 OP THE DAY IN All Tobacco dont us OovereUy insurance BETHEL FEMALE COLLEGE A Hopldnsville Kentucky red1Btil Fancy dose ears TJmrfwliyry 4U- - f t A Seieet home school Eleven ttble and experienced morouffu course in Ancient autf Aiqdarn uuiguagos ISqgllsh watuniit ff20o ics Science Musio Art KJooMtioo and Physical Culture Collef iali T1 Op pa ratorv and rriruHirv IrftHirtiilanta THE POST lOlnntrln TAfrhim hih Tint MiRi UQHl DISPATCH Water through building Appplutments good Tare good hmlb IB cants week dayg it de ynmjuHOjUi iaojjprBih iiifunnaai lty livered by Hgwt svn a mouth J 00 otqfe BDMONn HARmSfiN PrhuMMT ¬ ji ICtU Session Begins September 1 10twiohets - Jrn i- - W J GHAaiMJVio President f mmm Yff- - tit iMi j jiAui7A A diimir Li iittnkn fiftmBBMBEBti MmiMKB it m f4 T 1890 ODE 10SS In TROUBLES OF SPAIN Killed mid Wounded She Had a Lot of Them Before the Last Present War Began 21 AmlthcNcw Tlie Elentuckian 1 Year Matlew Scwlug Mnchliie FOR ONLY t4i itttkllit iilittt Illl lil HiKmiitimfciiipin mil ill limn FREE 21 f Wccfet JI tz Tffl ffliWi About - 3001 Wr 9 Onatlllnn Tltronoilns Lour Hcoii In a Shaky Condition ClinnicPH That llnvc TuWen IMucc In tho Prisoners lrNciit Century - Modern High m Sewing Machine With nil tho latest im provomontH TaRehWCaiicy Last W Friday ft At the JTront Headquarters of Gen Shatter Kingston Jamaica July 4 Although the firing con- ¬ tinued all day between the outposts very little damage was done on was Gen Chaffee cither side slightly a rifle bullet cut- ¬ wounded ting through his foot but he will not be compelled to leave the field The only severe firing during the day occurred when the Spanish fleet was leaving the harbor The enemy evidently attempted to di- ¬ vert the attention of our troops but SlISUlFIOATIONS the Americans responded so will- ¬ Tho Ilend Is fl vc and ono half inches high ingly that the lire soon ceased and and eight and ono half Inches long lnsldo measurement Thts Is as high as any family was only resumed at intervals dur- ¬ machine rande and must not be confounded with tho medium or so culled hlgli nrm ma ing the remainder of the day chines Tho bead plato set lntojorlcvelwlth tho tabic Last night the only aggressive Tho Needle Is stralghtaself actlng flat on re- ¬ movement the Spaniards made one side and cannot bo Betjwrong TheShuttlo la open on the end cylinder sulted in their severe defeat ihape and absolutely self threading The Bearings Are all steel well fitted and At about 1 oclock the enemy adjustable out of the trenches about the Self threading Tho machine Is self thread came ing and no hole to put tho thread through dash- ¬ except thoeyo of tho needle city walls in large force and The Feed Is posltlvo In action and has no ed straight for the American lines springs to got nut of order Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind tho In one or two places our men tell oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread TheStltch Is double lock stitch Tho same back from their position but on both sides and will not ravel Can bo lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty drovethe enemy quickly rallied and stitches to the Inch Is a flat spring back pell mell into their own ditches Paris the French pretender when Gen TheTenslpn sizes of thread tension and ad- Juatablc to all until 1854 Tcace obtained Hand Wheel Is nloklo plated and has n The Spanish losses must have been ODOnnell started a revolution that loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder frightful as they was exposed to a without running machine The Movement Is tho celebrated eccentric terrific fire for a quarter of an hour movements positive in action and fewer work ing parts than any machine on the market The losses on the American side Tho Stand Has largo balance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadle Is largo were very light as our soldiers lay and bangs In cono centers and all lost motion can bo taken up asters under eo oh end and in the rifle pits and had eVey ad- ¬ three-year-old ¬ Those who are rusty ou Spanish his tory can brighten their knowledge by reading an epitome of the serial story of poinical troubles that began In 1803 ft was then that Ferdinand Vll a full blooded Uourbonwaa overthrown by Na polcon who placed his brother Joseph Bonaparte on the throne Six years la tcr lfertllnnnd was restored by the help of the English lie reigned until 1833 when he was succeeded by his daughter Isabella Dow Ferdinands designing wife brought about this break in the legitimate line of succession and how It was resented by Don Carlos the Inwful heir of the Out of throne has often been told thts unwarranted transfer of the crown grew the party of tho Cnrllsts and the almost unbroken periods of revolution Intervening to the present In 1840 the queen regent Isabellas mother wds banished and Oeii Espar tcro commander of the royalist army became dictatorand afterwards regent Three years later a revolution drove him out and brought the queen regent back Though Isabella was then but 13 it was solemnly decreed that she had reached her majority and she was united in marriage with Francis dAzzls of the house dt Bourbon At tho same time occurred an event that goes tar toward accounting for the sympathy that Spain enjoys with the royalists In France There was a double wedding Mario the sister of Isabella marrying the duke of Montpensier a son of Louis Philippe and heir to the throne of France Their son was the count of ¬ lenBt Tho boat Mnchino for the raonoy over mnuufner tired War News nVnVTaiViiVijfffiVliS j Light running noiseless simplotlurublo Every Mnchino warranted 10 years A 9 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 50 Machine for for 121 nnd freight prepaid Cash must accompany al orders wheel to kecpdrc83 from getting on wheol Attachments Aro tho famous Johnsons set In a tin box and consists of tucker rulller lourhemmers binder qullter foot hemmer and feller under braider and sheerer oil can and oil two crow drivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb screw guago and book of directions The Furniture Is well mode highly pol- ¬ ished and elegant In appearance All these machines will bo sent out with oak furniture unless walnut Is specified Each machine hae a lock to the drawers and cover nice nickel plate drop rings to all drawers All machine are well packed and crated JtKAI OUK GUARANTEE Th New Mathews Machine Is warranted 10 yeats from dato of purchase and thirty days trial of It If perfect and entire satisfaction Is not given the machine may be rcshlpped to to us at our expense and the money paid up will be refunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what ¬ ever in purchasing tho Now Mathews Maohlne You have thirty days trial of It In your own home and If for any reason you should wish to roturn the machine it may ee shipped to up at our expense and the money will bo re funded All communications regarding tho New Mathews Machine should be addressed to rj t ¬ 9 The 9 Daily Kentuekians i 1 ¬ CHAS M MEACHAM vantage The most daring of the Spanish forces are the sharp shooters They take their position almost to can bo easily moved A nice dress guard over Hopkinsville Ky i i Telegraph ervice the Wall and from the flense tree tops do execution with smokeless powder making it difficult to locate them Several times they have shot into Gen Shatters tent which is several miles from the front and have infested the trail for ten miles between Juragua and the outposts One of the most horrible features of the war is that dozens of men have been killed as they lay in lit- ¬ ters and that surgeons wearing the emblem of the Red Cross Society upon their arms have been the special object of attack The number of killed and wound- ¬ ed for1 the week reaches to night about 1800 No effort is appar- ently being made by our officers to expedite the listing of the casual- ¬ ties and not one fifth of the total names are known even to the com- ¬ Already 800 manding officers cases haverjbeen handled at the hos- ¬ pital he5e because of the overflow from the hospitals at the front All the wounded here are recovering A total of 290 prisoners were cap- ¬ tured at the battle of Caney on Fri ¬ day of which forty nine were reg ¬ ular Spanish soldiers in uniforms two officers and the remainder armed residents of the town Nine wounded men were left in the block- ¬ house attended by native physi- ¬ The other prisoners were cians brought to Juragua to day in charge of Capt McArthur and two companies of theThirty third Mich- ¬ igan regiment arid camped along the railroad The Cubans followed them in greai crowds and hurled epithets at the frightened captives All the soldiers belonged to the Twenty ninth Spanish regulars and expected to be killed improvements and of first class matorial and good workmanship including tho best and latest Attachments at a reasonable prico A book of instruc tions accompanies every machine Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine This machine is manufactured with the view of supplying a long felt want to wit A Modern High arm first class Sowing Machine with all late In making your remittance wo prefer poatollice money ordor registered letter express money ordes or New York Exchange Individual checks uu less certiffed to will not be received DON CAULOS OF SPAIN Pretender to tho Throno Now Held by Alfonso XIII compelled the cortes and the ministry to proclaim a constitution that had been adopted in 18U7 but completely ignored Jn 1856 there was another revolution caused by dispflection in thr army For nearly a year business was suspended and the entire kingdom was under martial law In ISCOtheCdrllats made a futile clTort to regain the Petty revolutions followed throue each other thick and fast till 18CS wjien the movement led by Gen Irim and Marshal Serrano was successful The queen her mother and her children fled to France and Serrano became dictator This continued to November blow be Let 1870 when a junta placed Amadeus son of Victor Emanuel and brother of the And will have a king of Itnly on the throne In 1873 during the bloody uprising of the Cm lists that lasted four yenrs of of Amadeus abdicated to save his life The lastcortes proclaimed a republic thnt ed just 17 days when Nicholas Snlme ron was made dictator and president Then his term enduring for 03 days you Cnstelnr to the head of to came Emllio the government who in a short time 66 99 abandoned the supreme purpose of his life declared the Spaniards incapable of self government dissolved the re- ¬ public and turned both civil and mil- ¬ itary authority over to Serrano who January 0 1875 proclaimed as king Alfonso XII one of the many irreg ulnr children of Isabella After the close of the Carlist war March 1 1870 there was comparative peace to 1883 when there was- n re- ¬ volt extending from Barcelona to Cnr- thngena involving great loss of life In 84 came the mill tary- conspiracy nt Madrid the dynasty having a narrow escape the same year being mnrkiid by half h dozen republican uprisings Tlje entire country was on tho verge of rcy olution when the king died and the nf7 Married in a Buggy tentfe n of the people was diverted Ma ¬ 2or 203SOUTH MAIN Mention was made in Mondays ria DoLas Mercedes the plder daughter Kentuckian of the elopement of a of Alfonso XII was proclaimed queen S- The with her mother as regent but ebf young Fnirview couple months later Alfonso XIII was bornj 3 JUGS AN KEGS A SPECIALTY Clarkavillc Times has this compelling the retirement of his sister TJ Tfn1tt I A M Fritz and Miss Jessie uih continuing il regency if iwvwiu inu Layton selected a rather novel way tlons and riots marked 1801 nnd 2 nnd to celebrate the Fourth They In 03 internal conditions had grown so hunt came to town yesterday morning bad that Infantn Isabella more of tlo Influx Infant king nnd having secured a marriage license and once with the Spanish people than has were married by Squire T J3 any other one person was not permit Wntkins of tlie Sixteenth district ted to visit tho worlds fair In 1894 white seated in their buggy on there broke out the violent revolution In tho Philippines the ravages of Second street in front of the court which have not ceased even with the vieiJntil you have seen my new line of imported house gate The marriage was tory of Admiral Dewey In 1803 began mZZ witnessed by quite a number pf tlie revolution n Qubn one of the mostj justlflablo ycvpUji ngalnstMong con passers hyl SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS tinned tyrnhny irt ajl tlie worlds his ¬ ¬ 5i Tf Right is the lolar the next it telling effect k Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and c fvery department of the paper is supplied with a news service c that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky fcJk Yf FiMr - 1W mi i fl i rn fm 1 1 ¬ Daily deliveed In the city 10 ¬ The exhilarating effect the the touch Royal Liquor Gos fine old wines and whiskies on the Solar Plexus is a cousumation devotedly be wished when have that ft - Per Week 1 ttiickiati Bide 212 S Main 2 Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL Tired Feeling and you need a pure and harmless stimulant as a bracer There is nothing to equal our - - ROYAL RYE Royal L iauor Co STREET Daily Daily Daily Semi One Month 35 Three Months One Year Weekly Edition 100 400 1 yr 200 The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained J Samuel Co Props I 1 Subscribe Now And Get The News Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office in the Knv tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 Address ES Ml Dont I Do a Thing - 1 Mr Miles ICBoyd son of Mr tory Cont of Amurlonn WnrH Geo II Boyd of Kelley has ac The estimated cost of American wars jcepted a position with McKee as Revolutionary war 1775- Is as follows alwmnn Mr Boyd was formerly 82 135103000 war with Great Brit ¬ with Mr JR C Ilardwick nnd is a ain 181215 107159000 Mexican war very pfmtsijr young ttyainess J840 M8 00000000 cMl war 18Glr65 EE guaranteeQUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN- - SHIP tliejbest tliatjnoncy can secure 5025090000 Mrf ependtafc tya ftp JUwtf PfrwatfVm jher wek hi i i r Gr not h down mf J 1 i l Tobitt Tailor 1 1 1 1 Ohas I mu ham f v Publisher jati J lQOOQ cat in tflP iwr WU Are tT mx main 1 MI wu R ill ll iiiiini it il Ill in 7i tfaltiUiUftlttUlUilM u MMMIM4MUMIMHIU4U nar- iu W 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 - 7 J v - siMAt JnJIll itj SiL 4 V I I r nrr HOPKINSVILLE KY tiifi 1 w4 i o - t- - COUNCIL MEETS Lengthy Session But Run of Business GIVEN NINETY ONE DAYS For Assaulting and Beating a f Smaller Boy i MMMaftMltrinltfbMiWMjia iinnidf irtwi m ENDEAVORBRS FORMIDABLE Continued ram First rage ¬ We are going to quit profit Making i Light Hiram Pheloa one of the Kex-¬ The Annual Convention at Nash ville Will be Largely Attended n 4 4 5 ¬ out provocation brutally set upon and beaten by a negro boy named Two New Streets Accepted by the John Campbell while carrying pa ¬ Thousands of Church Workers displacement was 370 tons beam 22 feet draft five feet six inches and exactly one month earlier than usual we inaugurate J City In the Sixth pers on his route Tuesday evening Their armament consisted of six From all Over the Country guns the heaviest being fourteen our Grand Clearance Sale of seasonable goods a flight of steps He was going up This Ward Will be There pounders quick fire also two t at the Cold Storage building on sale will commence Jl torpedo tubes on deck Virginia street when Campbell who Each had a compleraentof 70 officers ¬ was standing at the stairway tripand men The council met last night in ad ped him up with a stick and then The great Christian Endeavor The total number of men officers journed session and consumed three to beat him about the face Convention at Nashville towards anu crew was 4uo4 on tnc seven hours of time in transacting very began with his fists which the church people have been ships little business Col A II Clark happened along looking forward with eager antici All of the councilmen were pres NOW OPEN time and pulled Camp- ¬ pation assembled to day and Nash ¬ and will close Satirdny June 18 thus giving you an op sent except Glass The first order about that bell off the little fellow This morn ¬ ville is chock full of enthusiastic of business was the allowance of The American of to day Is the Chalybeate Springs Hotel portunity to buy your spring goods at greatly reduced Officer Cravens was put on the delegates the regular monthly pay rolls and ing at Scbrcc although he did not know says prices Each day during this sale will bring forth many accounts These matters were dis- ¬ case and Chicago delegation headed soon had liim lo- ¬ Campbells name The posed of upon recommendation oj cated and after learning his name by A E McDonald President of I wish to inform the people of Hop the Finance Committee without go¬ arrested him and took him before the Chicago Union has the honor of kinsville and all others who wish ing into details The Court gave being the first organized band to to visit at Sebree Springs that my Judge Leavell The question of street improve- ¬ him 91 days in the work house the plant their colors on convention house is now open after undergo ¬ ments brought out requests of va soil They were taken at once to ing repairs to visitors and further- ¬ and those who do not come during this tale will miss limit of the law rious kinds from citizens Campbell has been in the Court McKendrec Church and assigned to more that I have special arrange ¬ an opportunity of a lifetime In addition to the ex- ¬ C H Bush W A Wilgus G W ments with train No 52 going before and in addition to his sen- ¬ the best homes in the city Southall and the same gentlemen in Leavell gave him a It is estimated that 1500 dele north to stop regularly at the treme low prices we offer we have an elegant line of behalf of others appeared to re- ¬ tence Judge re- ¬ gates had arrived before 10 oclock springs to accommodate visitors quest that something be done to im ¬ severe reprimand and expressed gret that he could not punish him last night The early coming of so juy rates range from per to prove the grade of the alley in the was a pleasant week Children under ten half many delegates rear of their premises to prevent more severely surprise to the convention leaders price Address SI the overflow of water across their PERSONAL GOSSIP G L Dial in the city as they had not expect-¬ lots to Main street The street Sebree Springs Ky ed such an influx beforethis morn- ¬ committee was instructed to look Mr J T Harper of Cerulean ing consisting of Book Cases Table Screens Rocking into the matter TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Springs is in town convention proper does While the Chairs Writing Desks Hat Racks and Medicine Cabi C W Stuart was released from Dr J A Southall of Bennetts not begin till to morrow the church Corrected Dally By Ben Knwllns Banker paying 1897 poll taxes upon his town is here to day nets Ihese articles are elegant and will adorn any meetings to night mark the begin ¬ nmlBroker IIopkliiBvlUeKy statement that he came here subse- ¬ Deputy H H Golay returned last ning of of the great week home and are free quent to April 1st 1897 night from Eddy ville A part of the Illinois delegation Chicago Market To Day ¬ Jas J Stuart was refused a perOpg Higt Closing Elder H D Smith returned home 125 strong came in on an early Remember Our Motto mit to put other than an iron roof train yesterday The remainder Cash Wheat 76 from Dawson this afternoon on a building inside the fire limits G9 69 Miss Mabel Dryer has returned arrived on the Chattanooga train Sept Wheat 68 Alore for your money than any other house Councilman Wall presented deeds at 655 oclock yesterday evening Dec Wheat 68 69X 69X from the property owners on Bart- - from a months visit to Carmi 111 Or your money back Yours truly The first contingent concluded to Sept Corn 32 33 33X ley street and West Eighteenth Mr J Francis Wells is rustica Vir of the many delightful Dec Corn 33X 33X 33tf street west of same deeding those ting in Wild Cat Hollow this week take some side trips offered first and went to Sept Oats 19 20 20 streets to the city upon condition Mr Jake Samuels wife and little the Mammoth Cave and Chattanoo ¬ Sept Pork 75 9 82 82 that they be not required to pave son are spending a week with rel- ¬ ga before coming to Nashville to Sept Lard 35 5 42 42 them until they were improved atives in Knoxville Tenn take part in the proceedings of the Sept Ribs 35 57 5 47 The deeds were accepted by a vote Mr and Mrs Davenport of Hop convention Sept wheat puts 68 of 4 to 2 Tibbs and Bentley voting calls 704 kinsville spent the fourth with his Prof N E Turner President of Now York Stocks anil Cotton in the negative It is the intention ¬ ¬ of the city tomacadamize the streets parents Mr and Mrs J A Daven- Lincoln University and Vice PresOpg Higt Closing port of this place Madisonville ident of the State Union who is at once The city engineer esti ¬ 6 10 Aug Cotton 6 10 600 probably the most active Endeavor mates the cost at 350 Messrs J Hustler KY Am Tob 1 2Qtf 122X 121 Mrs C G Layne left this morn- ¬ er in the State of Illinois arrived B Lander E H Roper and others Chicago Gas 99 98X 99tf appeared to petition the council to ing for Evansville where she will with the delegation 1 06 06 Q 1 05 C J3 More enthusiasm was created by improve the streets There are al- ¬ join Mr and Mrs Jas Y Cabiniss 53 N 53 L 53 go on a weeks excursion fish- ¬ the delegation from Kentucky than ready fifteen families living on and 1 05 05 Manhattan 104X by that from any other point- - TJiey these two streets which are in the ing up Green river 30 Sugar 130tf 1 30 Rev A C Biddle of Sturgis arrived about nine oclock and no Coal Iron J W Campbell addition to the city 25 25 25X PER YEAR west of Main and south of Seven former pastor of the Cumberland sooner than they were on the de- ¬ Chicago Kecelpls To day a hundred voices teenth street Bartley street is a Presbyterian church arrived in pot platform 11 Cars were singing Throw Out the Life Wheat short street 90S feet long running the city this afternoon enroute to Corn 706 Cars from Seventeenth to Ninteenth and Nashville to attend the Christian Line j After three or four verses Oats 271 Cars of that song a song adapted to the West Eighteenth street intersects Endeavor meeting Estimated Recolpts To morrow of My Old Kentucky Home it and extends to the Canton pike Mrs Susie Stites and children tune 3 Cars and sung with the chorus unchang Wheat Wm Western col was released Miss Lucy Edmunds Mrs W V Corn 213 Cars ed was rendered with a will The from paying poll tax since 18 on Bronaugh and daughter and Oats 90 Cars Blue Grass Endeavorers are a account of the loss of a leg Messrs Jno T Edmunds and Jas Hogs 26000 Head Wm Dabney col was released H Moore returned from Cerulean splendid looking body of men andi Bob Market women and they were heartily wel r from 1895 taxes upon his statement this afternoon v Hogs To morrow 26000 comed by the local committee that he lived in the country that 385 HERE AND THERE John D Ellis of Newport has the Light v year 390 Kentuckians in charge Mr Ellis Mixed At this point the dreary Heavy 395 Georgia Bradley col aged 20 is a prominent lawyer of Newport monotor of the meeting was broken years died in the city Tuesday of who has time enough to look after by the appearance of a colored man Trip to the Seashore who asked permission to peddle a catarrh She had been sick for an extensive law practice and the several months Endeavorers too patent lamp burner worth 75 cents It has about been decided to run Theattendance from Kentucky it another seashore special to Old William Corwin recently on the without a peddlers license His statement that he was out of work third chair at Yates barber shop is estimated will be about 500 Point Comfort this summer and the and thought maybe you fellows is now with W W Gray seventh Many of the delegates arrived this date will likely be about the middle would let him sell it raised a laugh street where he would be pleased morning of August Already a large num- ¬ Thirty delegates from West Vir ¬ ber of people have been making in ¬ and the darkey in trying to explain to serve all his old customers V further increased the merriment Prof Wesley Smith and his club ginia will arrive to day The party¬ quiry about this most charming of all It ended by requiring him to se- ¬ of colored musicians serenaded a from West Virginia with two ex- summer trips and the crowd that ncure the customary license number of the white residents of ceptions stopped off at Mammoth will go this year will doubtless be Cave The party is in charge of the largest that ever left After several other matters of South Main street last night ren- ¬ ithis sec- ¬ small importance and minor in- ¬ dering some fine selections of vocal Rev Montfort of Cairo Rev Geo tion The rates and all other in terest had been discussed and and instrumental music Prof R Brown pastor of the First formation concerning the trip will passed upon the council adjourned Smith is making quite a reputation Methodist Protestant church i of be given in the Kentuckian a little Grafton was one of last nights ar ¬ later on as an accomplished musician rivals July Weather The competitive examination for Prank Robinson Dead Dr F C Heath of Indianapolis Rev Irl Hicks in the Word and the eight appointees to the State Frank Robinson a Works says the regular Vulcan College of Kentucky will be held at was in charge of 200 Indianians who arrived at 5 oclock last night son of Prof Wm Robinson died storm period is now on and will run the Clay street public school build until the 8th and after the 9th look ing on July 15 16 the time at which About 300 delegates were in the Tuesday night at 10 oclock of party when it left Indianapolis but peritonitis after a weeks illness for a very warm wave with many the teachers examination takes 100 of them stopped off at Mammoth The funeral services will be held at SS threatening storms and downpours place Applicants will be exam ¬ Cave and will reach Nashville to- ¬ the grave this evening at 5 oclock of rain and hail in many sections ined in arithmetic grammar geog ¬ day Interment in Hopewell cemetery On the touching the 12th and 13th raphy and history The county is Delegations from other States Felix Robinson an older brother the barometer will fall again a entitled to four appointees in the will arrive on every train to day of the deceased boy is a soldier in You can save money by wave of much wanner weather will regular course and four for the the volunteer army atChickamauga The Local Delegation pass eabtwardly over the country Normal department sale and many blustering storm clouds tt uie ii it- i nuny ine iiopKinsviue dele ¬ Another Fighting Editor Death of Airs Qoode With raiu and hail in many locali ¬ gates have already gone and it is Mr Alfred I Wood leaves this Mrs Goode mother of Mr Jake estimated that fully fifty will at- ¬ ties Cooler weather will be the afternoon for Lexington He an- ¬ natural order until about the 18th Goode formerly of this county died tend Among those who went this SEE HAND BILLS FOR ITEMS nounces his intention of enlisting in Oppressive summer warmth con- ¬ at the home of her son near Guth morning weie one of the companies of Col Coltons tinuing until the 25th During this rie last night She was about 70 Allan D Wallis J M Anderson part of July many black clouds will years old and had been sick for Watterson Brasher Misses Carrie regiment of volunteers now being arise some time sections will get nearly a year Mrs Goode moved Dryer Clara Bonte Minnie Arm mobilized in that city Mr Wood rains but empty bluster with stiff with her son from the Bainbridge stead Grace Hughes Annie Smith has until recently been on the ed ¬ gales will be the rule in most parts neighborhood to Guthrie about two son Nannie Long Margery Berry itorial staff of the New Era of the country The last storm years ago where she had since Ojlic Blythe Bernie Blythe Hattie Remember the flaine period for the month will cover the made her home She was a most Dietrich MrsJR Armistead Mrs Place to get your fine Merchant last five day8 and the country estimable christian lady and A C Kuykendall Misses IizAC Tailoring is by Fowright Pants generally will begin to feel the want had been a member of the Baptist Starling Nannie Starling Berta made for 3 5 7 and Sujtsl4 15 20 of rain and in August the West church for nearly fifty years The Grau and Mra Merritt remains will arrive in this city to¬ and Northwest especially Mrs A A WJnfree returned to ll night and will be taken to Mt Car Miss Lillian Brasher and Wins Casky Christian county yester ¬ Mr T IV Woottori of Hcrndon mel church near the Caldwell Sallie Clark Drake of jBowlIiur day after a visit to her parents left here ftrmi for Dnwson county line tojntorrow morning for Green are pndinr the wh Col R If Dijjuiau ftnd wife pn tew dayt interment where o JHT friend at Dawson j Center atret Henderaou Journal J four-tcen-in- ch tuckians carrier boys was with The torpedo boat destroyers were built at Clyde Bank England in 1896 and were the latest type of these formidable craft They were of steel with two screws three fun nels and one military mast The FO R 30 DAYS WED MAY 18 1 ¬ GREAT BARGAINS FURNITURE Richards ompany I f HOPKBNSViLLE The Daily Kentuckian 400 v tMMWWMMJM fwfwwmvwfw CUT SALE I FROM NOW - UNTIL JULY 1st - attending this PETREE COMPANY M iM r jd HkL tji wk - --