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LIVE NEWS DailyKentuckian 10 Every Pap Cis a Week We Set The Pace VOL 1 NO 61 HOPXINSVILLE KY THUKSDAY AFTERNOON JULY 7 1898 LA B0URG0YNE PRICE 2 OENTS W to 1 ROME at Any V liOBSON IS FREE The Exchange Made at Santiago Further Details of the Greatest i This Morning Ocean Disaster for Years it PANDO Is Like the Irishmans t Is For Peace Safe in the American Lines Two Many Victims Were Murdered t of the Seamen Were After Saving Themselves A -- i Killed r - Story of Horror Price Now to The Pope Actively at Work to Get Spain to Cry Enough AUSTRIA Special July 7 Gen Shatter telegraphs the War Department thismorningthatLieutf Hobson and his seven men have just been received safely in ex change for Spanish officers and prisoners taken by us All are in good health except two of the seamen who are convalescing from attacks of remittent fever y The officers exchanged were Lieut Adolph Aries and 14 non Washington commissioned officers SCHLEY RECOGNIZED i WILL PROTECT QUEEN REGENT Special Resolution of Thanks to the Com- ¬ modore and His Men Introduced Washington D C July 7 Rep- ¬ I New York July 7 nal says the peace He has A Rome dispatch to the Jour- ¬ resentative Berry of Kentucky a member of the house committee on Pope has taken energetic proceedings in favor of foreign affairs Tuesday introduced telegraphed a nuncio to Madrid enjoining the the following joint resolution Spanish bishops to work together in favor of peace The correspondent cables that the Austrian fleet has been concentrated near Ragusa ready to start to Spain in case of danger to the Queen Regent Their Desperate Program May Have To Hang Linares For Arson The Heralds Kingston dispatches Special say before Cerveras dash from the harbor the Faench Consul ask him what he would do if Santiago was captured from the land side He replied Linares would burn the city rather than let it be captured and I will turn theguns of my fleet upon the town regardless of friends New York July 7 or foes Camara Has Gone Through Late Report From Shatter SpecialJMMt is officially stated thatcamara s Washington July7 fleet is now entirely through he Siz Canal The battleship Pelayo and the cruiser Carlos V have expert French gunners Gen Shatter telegraphs this morning that the report that Cubans were killing Spanish prisoners is untrue No prisoners have been given them but they show no disposition to injure any one coming into their hands Joint resolution tendering the of congress to Commodore Schley United States navy and the officers and men under his com mand Resolved That the thanks of congress and the American people are hereby tendered to Commodore Schley United States navy and the officers and men under His com mand for their heroic and distin ¬ guished conduct in destroying the Spanish fleet in Cuban waters on the 3rd of July last The resolution was referred to the naval affairs committee Mr Berry in speaking of his resolution said I propose that the officer to whom the glory is due shall be rec ognized Schley is the real hero He and the brave of the accident band of officers and men under his immediate direction are the ones who achieve the victory and all honor should be given them Samp son commands the fleet in those waters but it is Commodore Schley in command when Cevara and his fleet made the plucky attempt to es cape and it was under Schley that every one of the Spanish fleet met its destruction Schley and his men nave per formed a notable feat that will go down in history hand in hand with that darinc forcing of Manila har thanks ¬ The Eagle Makes a Capture Lieut Southerland Her Commander Key West July 7 bor by Dewey May 1 Congress should be prompt m recognizing their service and there should be no delay in tendering its thanks and those of the country to the real K heroes at Santiago The Spanish schooner Gallet was Special NO NOMINAf ION YET this morning caplured by the Eagle and has just been towed in The Eagle is commanded by Lieut W II H Southerland of Hopkinsville The Contesting Delegations are Ky Divided Down to Business A Crisis Close at Hand Campos May Form a Ministry Special The Duke of Tetuan after conferring Madrid July 7 with the Queen Regent met Gen Weyler and Minister Robledo and held Rumors of a crisis are afloat a long conference of great importance It is regarded as probable that Campos will form a ministry within a week Getting Ready to Bombard -- Special Lebanon Ky July 7 The appellate convention frit tered away almost the entire day Wednesday before itgofrVdown to The delay work that afternoon was due to the Committeejon Cre dentials which had a lively time settling the contests in the counties of Bullitt and Pulaski r The majority report4 dividing Bullitt and Pulaski between the contendingcandidates was adopted ¬ ¬ t Heavy Guns to the Front Du Bosc Not Lost Gen Shatter haB given up hope Senor Du Bosc formerly of the Special Siboney Cuba July 7 He has ordered Spanish Legation at Washington that Santiago will surrender without bombardment thirty two ten inch mortars to make a forced march to the front for use laughed when told that Ins name was on the list of passengers of the in the bombardment ill fated La Bourgoyne You can imagine that I have no Moje Gen desire to sail by the way of New York he said Montreal July 7 Special Guns For Shafter Four Artillery Batteries Mjjprtf Nw Yortf Juty 7 8fHIiWJtyur red id Tmwpa iflijK -- Mrs Walter H Hill of near Grncey presented her husband batteries of heswy- artillery With a fine jrirj bby Monday as a TCourtH of Jitfyfift to rafeforp Pen Shtuter - Halifax N S July 7 The Brit ¬ ish iron ship Cromartyshire was towed in here yesterday with her bow torn away by a collision 60 miles south of Sable Island with the French steamer LaBourgoyne which latter vessel went down ten minutes later Of the 725 passengers and crew on board LaBourgoyne only 165 were saved One woman was saved by her husband The Captain and other deck officers went down with the ship The Cromartyshire laid to and picked up the rescued trans sporting them to the Grecian which came along shortly afterward Thrilling Story MADRID DISPATCH IS CONFIRMED Mrs Henderson wife of the Cap- ¬ THE tain was on board the Cromarty- ¬ shire with her two children She tells a thrilling story of the terrible Siboney July 7 Special Advices from the front Tuesday experience The weather was foggy and she had arisen from her bunk evening say that Gen Pando is not in Santiago Refugees re- ¬ at any early hour as was her cus- ¬ tom when the weather was thick port that the troops supposed to be Pandos were garrisons from Shortly before the vessels came Cuahitas Bonato and San Vincentc Hobson and his men ar- ¬ together she detected a steamers Lieut Hobson was escorted by whistle blowing on the port side of rived here Tuesday evening the vessel The Cromartyshire was John Jacob Astor sounding her fog horn at intervals of one minute Mrs Henderson Special Madrid July 7 It is rumored here that the called the attention of her husband to the sounding of the whistle and bombardment of Santiago has begun and that the forts are re- a minute later the mate who was sisting vigorously on watch detected the sound It came nearer and nearer and Mrs Henderson stood near the The Alphonso XII Destroyed cabin inorder to rescue her chil- ¬ dren should a disaster occur Sud- ¬ Spain Loses Another Vessel denly the huge hull of an ocean ¬ steamer loomed up in the mist goSpecial The Alphonso XII one of Spains few Havana July 7 ing about 17 knots an hour Almost immediately there was a fearful remaining ships on this side was chased by the blockading ships and crash and Mrs Henderson rushed stranded at the entrance to Madrid harbor Shots from the American below and found her children awak ¬ guns set her a lire and the cruiser was total loss Two of her crew were ened by the shock She dressed the little ones as quickly as possi- wounded ble aud removed them to the deck Spanish Dead expecting to see her own ship go Burying down any minute A Medal For Roosevelt The work of rescue was com- ¬ moments delay menced without a and nearly 200 persons were picked Special Our forces yesterday found 250 Sibouey Cuba July 7 up and taken on board the ship dead Spaniards at El Caney and buried them in trenches dug for us There were many foreigners on Our ambulances are still carrying wounded Spanish intoSpanish board who fought for places in the lines Lieut Col Roosevelt will be recommended for a medal for bravery boats It was fully ten minutes to a quarter of an hour before the La in leading the charge Friday in the battle of Santiago Bourgoyne went down and during that time there was ample opportu- ¬ No Mercy For Mercedes nity offered to rescue at least some As it of the women and children was only one woman Mrs La Sunk Like all the Rest Casse was saved She has been ou board ever siuce She is the wife Special Commodore Sampson has officially Washington July 7 of A D LaCasse a teacher on reported the sinking of the Reina Mercedes by the Massachusetts and language of Plainville N J Texas Tuesday night in the mouth of the Santiago harbor Mrs LaCasse says the officers bravely stayed by their posts go ing down with the ship The only The Latest Estimate officer saved was the purser He went down but being a strong Special New York July 7 At the office of the French line it is swimmer managed to save himself said 560 souls were lost No cabin passengers were saved When the ship struck they were off Cape Sable The passengers with The government is advised that 150 Special Madrid July 7 the sole exception of Prof LaCasse sailor from Cerveras fleet reached Santiago safe were below decks Without warn- ¬ ing came the terrible shock La ¬ Casse rushed in haste to his state ¬ Loss Six Hundred room on the saloon deck and got his wife out of bed and partly dress- ¬ ed They hastened on deck only Likes Way He Is Doing to be precipitated into the water They were not long in the water Washington July 7 Special Naval department receivad a die- however when they found a partly patch to day from Lieut Col Wells naval attache at London that submerged raft upon which La ¬ Spain will probably sue for peace this week Casse lifted his unconscious yife War Department has received copy of dispatch from Ccrvera to and clung to it himself rJlanco telling of the loss of the Squadron lie says his loss is at least Boats Capsized 600 Says the captured crews arc very grateful for the noble way they Some of the boats LaCasse says being treated capsized and all on board were are drowned The strugglers swish ¬ Capt Pool Burned MurdererVotaw Killed ing water and terrible screams ol Capt R S Pool of Graccy was the drowning made the situation t his face con- Dan villc Ky July 7tSpecial an awc inspirlng one never to be in tow n to day I siderably disfigured with burns Richard Votaw who killed four forgetton One man on LaBour- of jtrom m explosion of gasoline used persons at a tent meeting Sunday gognc when she sank Went out J nne q f operuunjr TT e morning was killed by the Sheriff his mind and jumped to a watery H was painfully but not dangerously this morning burned CoutlBtl 9 Fourth Pfp 1 Flea Hard to Find You Dont According Now You See Him and Now to Reports ¬ the Ufl ¬ Cerveras the 1 - 4 i rlVl i vi v lppfH f1 ftentucfctan m 85 rps v swibhsski fireeklurldgo CiwUimiH ftfoe SDatls I POST DISPATCH SNAP SHOTS ¬ WILLIAM REAIm Publshed every crcnlng except Sunday by Delivered by carrier to all parts of wxsx 10 oexxs 0JCA8 L JOBADJOik 313 8 Mala FJnrmor Pingrees iigriedlturul rec ord iwawny nboo tlmt of Farmer LpN the city at tors IBI NSON Royal Insu a a c e Company r OF LIVERPOOL The Largest Fire Insurance Company in the World Does the Largest Ilueinearu tho State of Kentucky Docs tho ntih B Cnptiemnu AHhtlrU I4nsliftttl V k Advance i Per SMbNiis in Advance T Pa sxnNKnumoir MTontb im 100 PerYeab Per Week IN atw Advance With bo many expeditions the war management should now be more ex 10 peditions 4 00 The patriotic brewer doos not dodge tho war tax Ho shifts it lo ¬ it ESTATE AGENT Money loaned at 6 per centj on first class real estate for a term of 5 years Wo have for salo sorao of tho bo8 building lots in tho city and on terms A i Largest Business ih tho Southern Statm 24983102 DEMOGKATI0 iT ii TICKET - CONGRESS 4 HENRY D ALLEN OP UNION COUNTY In the Klondike country at this season of the year there is only three quarters of an hour between sunset and sunrise j Piilton Leader is little but rii very very large ior us sizu iyiuli Ayres evidently believes any color will do so its yellow N jni 1 a The Vevidcd list shows that 14 American officers were killed and 47 wounded in the three days oper- ¬ ations about Santiago I i jj iie vnstouu1 other Spanish ships is a hopeless wreck and it is Impossible to save enouffh to setiafloat fc i iti rn ti tln vviuh unc tuc Commodore Sampson - will prob- ¬ ably spend the remainder of his life kicking- himself for holding coast inspections onSunday A new Democratic candidate for Governor was discovered this week at the Lebanon convention lie is 4efeVreci a Judge Jm Wood of Taylor county said Gen Linares declares will burn the town before he will le surrender Santiago to the Ameri- cans He now has only 11000 men J including Pandod reinforcement Orlly dnc Jt is si stampede baffles descrip- ¬ bamuel had great commence in the tion and the awful struggle for life people I A fence will be built around in the darkness and amid the wa- ¬ An epidemic of elopements on a Camp Corbin to keepthe recruits ters grows in horror as each survi day when 11 divorces weregranted is I from deserting Twenty or thirty vor adds his story uot bo remarable a coincidence Elope men deserted Monday night and The Chicago morning papers incuts suggest hasty marriages which V probably 159 have left the camp eight in number which suspended may bo easily followed by divorces since mobilization began publication r e su m e d Friday Shatter and Sampson are said to Wednesday in four page form The Between Madagascar and the coa6t r beguiling at cross purposes and places of the striking stereotyperp of India there are about 16000 isla lids refusing to co operate with each are being gradually filled by non- ¬ only 600 of which are inhabited but ¬ other This probably accounts for union labor The Record contains most of which are capable of supporting a population the statement that Miles will be in a long editorial explanation froih Cuba by Monday to take charge of which this is taken The princi- ¬ Hopkinsville Produce Harket the army ple for which the newspaper pub- ¬ lishers of Chicago are contending is Cash prices paid by Hopkinsville Few people understand why fully recognized by the Internation- ¬ merchants Sampson a captain should have j al Typographical Union by the Bacon been placed over Commodore Schley Chicago Bams country Typographical Union and i 810q in command of the naval forces Shoulders by intelligent labor organizations around Cuba And still fewer will everywhere Sides In brief and its im G7c understand why Sampson should portance is so great that too muchj Lard 67c have been promoted for a victory emphasis cannot be placed upon it Country Produce won by Schley amounts to this That hereafter Butter 12J15c Eggs Admiral Camara has passed in no trade organization which at- ¬ 7c to the Suez canal with his fleet of tempts arbitrarily without consul- ¬ New feathers 2528c Beeswax six or eight vessels including one tation or arbitration with the othdr 182Jc n battleship If he ever ffets to the parties necessary to the agreement Tallow 2jc Philippines he will probably estab to regulate hours of work or rates Ginseng per lb 2225 Honey lish a base at some port other of wages shall be recognized in J than Manila but hewill be hunted our business affairs 26o Tub washed wool GreaBed down and his fleet destroyed by the 1818c Commodore Sampson has been ships to be sent after him directed to send his prisoners to Poultry Y chickonB live per dozS150180 Possibly tlie Two thousand cutters were ship- ¬ the United States 2c boosters ped to Tampa on Friday to use in Harvard will bring some ol them The St Louis is filled with wound- ¬ Graiu subsequent operations anu more yill follow 53 Over in the Philip ed soldiers and cannot be used to Clover per bushel Corn 45o pines the Spanish also have cor convoy the Spanish soldiers The Wheat 777 T- raled their defenses with barbed enlisted men and the Gc Corn shelled officers among the prisoners 50c wire and so we have sent cutters to our armv in the far off South will be sent to Portsmouth N Hi Live stock Seas We too have sent barbed where they will be confined on Hoga 3325 Or- ¬ wire there to enable our forces to Seavis Island in the harbor Sheep 250300 hold against the Spanish whatever ders for the immediate preparation Cattle 250850 places they will take The Span- ¬ of that place for the reception of CalveB 5800825 ish disdain to use the machete the prisoners are going forward Lambs 100425 though they fear the weapon in the The commissioned officers from Ad- ¬ Hides and Furs hands of the insurgents They have miral Cervera himself down to the Green hides 6 however no means at hand to over- ¬ ensigns will be sent to Fort War- ¬ Green salted hidoB come our use of barbed wire fences ren Boston harbor where they Dry Hint I0l2c will be turned over to the army fqr Vegetables- j ThfelMissouri State University at safe keeping New potatoes per bushel 75o Columbia has sent a goodly number Cabbage per beat tlie A very large proportion of of its students to the front 85c Much enthusiasm prevails there over the 137 people who are visiting Canada WatormolonB j largenumber of volunteers whohave as the Kentucky Press Associa Florida 253Go enlisted Several days ago there tion have no connection with the Flour Rdtnil j was a meeting of the young ladies press Some of them are lawyers Patent per bbl 425 of Columbia who had decided to do others are politicians and many of Standard por bbj 375 something patriotic They collab- ¬ them are young fellows out for a i Ha- yorated and composed the following pleasure trip at small expense HPClover per owt which was forwarded to the Colum ¬ These outsiders are clever people 5c Good Timothy no doubt but they do not represent 70 bia troopers now at Chickamauga the editors of Kentucky most of Brnu retaili l2Jc Fare ye well intrepid heroes whom are at home at work Haste to war with its alarms Tomatoes Youll ieturn to find us sheroes Fancy 20a Waiting here with yawning arms It has beeu calculated tlmt if fa Choice per doa ijo per doz If the Spaniards do not plug you t pound of thread tnado from opidom In the sanguinary fight Hasten back and we will hug you woba were roquirod it would occupy Green Corn nearly 28000 tpkjerp a full year to Fancy dene eara Jn wiuinpains of delight v JQo J furuteh ClarksviJU Leal Cbronicle ge it uuoice uo ears v it a young woman A very fine little Farm of 87 candidate for examina 2 knives and their muti- 30000000 of the new bonds without tjonfpr a medical certificate as a hatchets or acres near Elmo into the inclosing his check or any other equiv doctor of osteopathy was examined lated bodies pushed back Twenty acres of remain depths She was alent evidently thought tliat Uncle ing in high state timber the at Louisville Wednesday of cultivation All 1 ¬ WORSE THAN WAR J othotftatrjots Spanish pride also goes before h H f PinC Silbl Ttin ninln linffnr fat and the thud will be hoard for a time causes the public around the world even the to stop discussing Shelby County Republicans dbs was the greatest disaster war It in modern times morcj ploro thpeouduct of Undo Eilley of the kind J than 570 lives being lost in fifteen How very sod ol the story The details minutes Gen Blanco has been wounded in Sucl the thigh and wo bIioII proBently hnvd are horrible in the extreme a recital as this is almost beyond him1 on the hip ft j belief Mr Dingley should not bo aBked to a first class cabin passenj Not explain the whqat drop Ho is busy ger was saved the steerage pas j with other troubles sengers rushing pellmell over theni j t rf Oltlohoraa is Baid to bo litorolly u jn tneir wuu euorts to reacn tne sea of groin This Ib interesting to small boats and the hastily improi Mariner Joseph Leitor In many instances vised rafts women anu children screaming Thb watering places should choor who were being hurried into boats up It ia estimated that the sea Is t o were struck down by the panic Inst at least 7000000 years more stricken mob or else picked up bod Ctimara is to stay in Spain and wil ily and tossed overboard in thti uot go bean Bhootiug in any direct blackness The struggle for life iou was terrific and ended only when Cuba having boon discovered by the ship went down yJ Men in the act of being lowered into boats or Columbus should belong to Col urn- onto rafts were brained with clubs oia wnenever tuo uuuansuesireB an or stabbed with knives or stilettos nexition and their places taken by jthe teri Don Carlos would cue a pretty figure ror stricken foreigners who rushed in lightiug the United Statest He ib like a herd of wild cattle from the one of several highly amusing Span steerage iarda Those who reached the boats bitWith 1000 women in session in Den terly fought off every attempt on the part of others to reach them yer and a foreigu wur in progress at tho same time there is certainly no Men and women and sometimes stagnation in this country even children who were struggling in the waves and vvho would put If Maj Amabito Jover has got out up their hands appealingly upon of Havana with 55000000 iii gold coin the sides of the small boats plead¬ the Maj is a lucky imnMtMfl abouj ing to be taken in were struck back the only groat Spanish exploit of the into the water or else their armfe war and hands were chopped off with The American citizen who wrote for 1 1 ABSTRACTS OF TITLE MADE Losses Paid in Kentucky in 1896 to suit purchasers Prices ranging from 20 to 8000 They nro located in nearly every part of tho city Wl also have for sale farms in this and adjoining counties These farmB are owned by parties who wish to soil Below is n partial list of them A CAST BARBEE ManaKcrsSSouthcrn Department Gcucral Office t onisvillc Walter FSGarnett Si - Co Resident Agents Hopkinsville Ky i 7 ESTABLISHED IN 1852 Fine Farm near Kennedy good land well wa tored and timbered 180 acres Prico 5400 A Farm of 350 acres on Butter Well improved SAMUEL HODGSON importer and Manufacturer of milk Road Two thirds in fine limber good im provomonts well watered 8 mile from the city Big bargain 1 Price 900 J Farm of f06 acres onButler Road Three and one half mileB from the city woll improved good orchard ubu never iaiiing water Price A 5750 farm of 20 acres on same road 3J miles from the city well improvf ed A good poultry or market gar den farm in good neighborhood Marble andrf Grranite Monuni eiits TABLETS ETC OHiVRliSVXriLE TENNESSEE AIR Price Road wia luuca irom mo city 400 Farm of 75 acres on Greenville best place in the neichhnrlinrvl timbor good water buildings orch uru ana in a nue state or repair Price 650 F M WHITLOW of Hopkinsville Ky is my solicitor xue vor KENDRSCK RUNYON bltOlIHETOUS OP G emtral Tobacco Yvar 6larkszUle Tennessee We Solicit the Patronage of All Who house 3The the buildings in good splendid neighborhood condition Have Tobacco To Sell Irice 100 2200 acres 5 Miles From City oh Russellville Pike JPree Storage to Shippers Cash T Advances Made J C on Consignments M Well improved 15 acres of timber near church and school Price 1800 136 acres on Ducker Mill road 65 nerfiB nf hrtfnm lnnrl o i KENDIUCK Salesman C HANBEflY F SHRYER houses 2 barns well watered 15 acree iimoer Price PEOPLES WAREHOUSE HANBERY Railroad St Belweou Tenth 7t 45ic HOPKINSVILE KY and Eleventh Besides these we have other farmB 5Careful attention given to sampling aud eelling all tobacco consigned for Bale and Will tukn nlnnfliirn n o Us Liberal advances on tobacco in Btoro All tobacco insured uules showing any of them to parties wish otherwise instructed ing to buy Surveys Plata and Ab Btructs of title furuiBhed nil purchaB era Now is the time to buy reai NAT GAITHER JAS WEST estate ¬ balance in one and 2 years at 6 per cent The beat farm in the neighborhood 500 cusb 1100 SHRYER Proprs Three tracts of coal lands two of tho mines partially developed Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest qual ity One tract contains GOO acres QAITHER TOBACCO WEST I MERCHANTS Four months storage Free RESORT 78o within I mile Illinois Central It R Will sell at bargains and on easy terraB Hero are fortunes for the ¬ ono 175 acres one 05 acres All COMMISSION ing hotel at tho famous Dawson Springs Will sell at a bargain 0r exchange for improved farming land well located right men For sale or exchango a good pay Liberal advances made on Tobacco HOK1NSVILLE KY fnFcREAT SUMMER 1898 1 o 8898 ed For salo a good first class board ing house at Dawson Springe Will sell on easy terms or exchange for good notes Tho owners busineee compels him to reside olsowhore 30 aero ranch well improved near San Diego Cal Will oxchango for property in Christian county Ky William Robinson Agt Office ¬ Dawson Springs Arcadia House Dawson Hopkins County Kentucky Theso celebrntcd cliulybento and salts springs aro Bltuatcd Immediately upon the Louis vlllo nnd Memphis division of tho Illinois Cuntral rnllrond fonnony ciiosnpcauo Ohio and aouinwostcrn uauroau iua mnos west or iomsvtuo ivy anu m nuics f iiuloi rnuuoan Ky The Arcadia Uouso Is now and noitly furnlshel with capacity ot unWrtatning 00 periiio owuors oi mo noici am asoawnors 01 win d nriniMnna 1110 Lnrm or the Arcadia ri IIouso havo ireo access to tho Springs without extruclmrgo Invalids should remembor that 1 iuu juuiiuia ui juuu unujuiy uiur lining unvm ini a in pursuua vihinjij uiu onnils iliuur Sprlugs rorjiompnieis etcuppiy to and liquid salts arc manufactured atthsso Webber Street Hopkinsville Ky NMUOUJMAN i UO 1roprlotors W Q WnEELsn W H Faxon The Present Crisis THE POST DISPATCH Is the Only St Louis Paper With Its Own Staff CorrespoudontB at nil Poiuts of Interest At Hnynnn At Madrid Mr A EK Houghton At WuHhington Mr Stophon Bonsai At Now York Mr Morton Wutklnq Wheeler Mills Tobacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants Co Grain Dealers - Fire Proof Warehouse f con nussELtviLLE and n Cy r sts Hopkinsville AH Tobacco Liboral Advance on Consignments dent us Oovorecl by Insurance Mr SylvoBtor Scovol i BETHEL FEMALE COLLEGE Hopkinsville Kentucky - - ul oxporleuced Solcct home school Eleven ftbla tioier8ff A thorough course In Auciont nud Modern LuiiLiiatroa THE NEWS OP TUB DAY IN Enirlish Mhtliemat lea Soieipe Muslo Art Elocution nud Physical Culture Cdlleglate ProTHE POSf DISPATCH prtory and PrlniKry departments Eloctrio LlghU ud Upt hu y31 water tiirougii buimiug Appolntmonls goott Ura goow- - itwwv i 15 coiiffl vyaek MVM days If tie CaUtlogue at Hoppw AnnRpstf JjyrI by Hgwiti 60 MntR a inontli n EDM0ND HAIISON Pni8iT 1 U rot by uHV W fl EUmtrsow VtejPfldiut i tCtli Session Begins September 1 180 J j yitoxsmrXPTi v flYrypir7 iwpwifww 1 a O MMMUHMMIjM MILES ARN ROOT IRVlNtfS HARD LUCK Great English Actor Is Not as Pros ¬ perous as Ho Was Snld to Dc SuootiinlitiiK to Ambition Sets Sail For Cuba Wcdncs mHjJmm i2i Ami the New Itlatlicivs Serving Machine Miri nn The Kentuckian 1 Yeax DM FOR ONLY li inn lw LMh diy Evening Dispatches Do 1V Not State Wheth- ¬ nivnln Ltko Bccrbolun Tree lsilci Terrys Seoeimlon nnd Its Effect Idem ft J Machine arm Mil urod Last week tbe cables brought tho news to this country that Kir Henry tub or Not Irving after occupying a seemingly Impregnable position at the bead of the London dramatic world for u ucore of Special yours Is rapidly succumbing fo his am Washington July 7 The auxiliary cruiser Stt Paul left bltlous rivals Ills Inst sunbon It Is said has been only n succession of New York for Santiago Wednesday failures and the London Lyceum afternoon carrying Gen Miles which In Its days of prosperity has atcommander-in-chie- f of the army tracted the most brilliant audiences in Brigadier General Guy V Henry the English capital has lost so much of and staff and the 8th Ohio Volun- ¬ its popularity that the great gatherings of past years have dwindled to a scat teers The Presidents Own The tered few On the heels of this storyj St Paul is to carry a large quan- ¬ or misfortune comes tno information tity qf supplies including clothing that Miss Kllca Terry whose name has been Inseparably connected with the meats and fruits successes of Sir Henry is about to go Foreign refugees on the British over to the enemy Other influences ship Pallas and the Austrian Marie aro at work to dim the future of the Teresa at Kingston report that man who has done more than any other Gen Garcias Cuban force failed to living actor perhaps to lift the drama to stop Gen Pando and his 7000 artsthe high position it holds among the Spanish troops after a hot fight and The enemy In this ease Is Mr Beer that thereinforcements entered San- ¬ bohm Tree for years the adroit man tiago Gen Pando was wounded ager of the London Ilnymnrket and of and ts on the Reina Mercedes now later Is aHer Majestys theater an actor who master of the art of makeup used as a hospital ship in Santiago and character impersonation although Bay The reports are believed by he has never equaled Sir Henry in the For Secretary Alger They will prevent genius of thentrienl production years he has been Sir llenryacknowl further activities against the city edged rival and at lust his persistent at this time endeavors seem to bo crowned with Reinforcements asked for by Gen success for with the beginning of next Shatter after Saturdays exhaust- ¬ season Miss Terry Isto join his forces ing work and the attack by the in the character of Constance in the production of American line Saturday night projected elaborateInteresting fact in An King John have been ordered to Santiago connection with the reported change Ten thousand troops will sail be- ¬ fore to morrow night The need of aid- - is still greater than it was on Sunday when Shaf ter wired the Secretary of War that his investing line was thin and that he might find it necessary to retire from his position at El Caney and rearrange his lines for Pandos 7000 men are now be ¬ ¬ ¬ er He Carried His Bath- V With all tho latest ira provomonts Tho best Machino for the least money over mauufact War News i I fiimplo Light running noieoless durable Every Machine warrantod years A win ysaXfjMn 10 ajna7ifigfirSiajuiVSja Machino for for and freight prepaid 50 CaBh rnuBt 21 orders SriSUlFICATIONS The Head la fivo and one half inches high and eight and one half inches long inside measurement This isas high ns nuy family machine made and must not be confounded with tho medium or so called hiirh nrm mi- ohlneo The bead ilato sets iutoorlovel with thotablo Tho Needle Is straiBhtlsolf aoting flat on ano vide and cannot bo sctlwroug Tho Shuttle Is open on tho end oyllndcr etmpc and absolutely self threading Tho Bearings Are all steel well fitted nnd adjustable Self threading Tho mnehinois nnd no hole to put tho thread through except the oyo of the nccdlo f Tho Feed Is positive in action nnd hns uo springs to get out of order Automntio Bobbin Winder Will wind tho oobbln ns smooth as on a spool of thread ThoStltch Is double look stitch The same on both Bides and will not ravel Oanjbo lengthened or shortened from eight to thlrty Stitches to the inch ThoTenslon Is a flat spring tension and ad ¬ justable to all sizes of thread i Hand Wheel Is nlckle plated and has a loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder without running machine TheMovcment Is tho celebrated eccontrlo movements positivoln action and fewer work ¬ ing parts than any machine on tho market Iho Stand Has largo bnlanco wheel hangs on two adjustable centers Tho treadle is large and hangs in cono centers and all lost motion can bo takenup asters under ech end nnd can bo easily moved A nice dress guard over accompany al wheel to keep drcs3 from getting on wheel Attachments Aro tho famous Johnsons set In a tin box and consists of tuoker rulllor lourhemmers binder quiltcr foot hemmer nnd fellerundor braider nnd sheerer oil can and oil two crew paper six or needlf thumb drivers guagobobbinsbook of screw and directions Tho Furniture Is well mftrln hlrhlv nnl- lsueu ana elegant in a pearanco All these machines will mnonUn with oak furniture unless walnut is specified Eaoh machine has iook to the drawers and cover nice nickel plate drop rings to all drawers All machines ore well packed and crated HEAD OUK GUARANTEE Th New Mathews Machino is warranted 10 years from date of purchase nnd thirty days trial of It If perfect and entire satisfaction is not given tho machine may bo reshlpped to tousatourexponso and the money paid us will he lefunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what ever in purchasing tho Now Mathews Maohine You have thirty days trial of It in your own home and If for any reason you should wish to return the machine It may ee shipped to ue at our expense and the money will bo refunded All communications regarding the Now Mathews Machino should be addressed to ¬ HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub if scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most re liable war news fty i The Daily Kentuckians Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and rvery department of the paper is supplied with a news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky jffll pgateiwiT5TOpasaf ¬ f CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky hind the Santiago trenches The events of Saturday night tions accompanies every machine have virtually decided Shafter to delay further action In the attack In making your remittance we prefer postoffice money ordor registered Saturday night the Spanish artil- ¬ letter express money ordes or New York Exchaugo Individual checks un less certified to will not bo received lery opened on our positions the range of which had been accurate- ¬ SIR HENUY IRVINO ly obtained and our line was forced Ills Days of Prosperity Aro Said to Be Over back at two distinct points IJut is that Miss Marion Terry n sister of the advantage was only tempor- ¬ Miss Ellen Terry Is also a member of Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine This machino is manufactured with the view of supplying a long felt A Modern High arm first class Sewing Machine with nil late jvant to wit improvements and of first class material and good workmanship including the best and latest Attachments at ri reasonable price A book of instruc ¬ ¬ ary Our losses killed and wounded ly to appear together on one stage for since Thursday estimated by Shaf- ¬ the first time in their careers ter on Sunday at 1000 are now esti- ¬ Stage people are notoriously superstitious and it may be that the hoo mated at 1800 doo which is the persistent bogey man of all actors has finally settled on the BASEBALL trail of Sir nenry Superstition has it ¬ his company and now the two are like- ¬ AN OP To I was DR WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR EIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD CASTORIA AND AS OUR TRADEMARK PITCHERS CASTORIA THERS LETTER SPECIAL RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS GAMES Pittsburg 3 St Louis 1 Chicago 6 Cleveland 5 Baltimore 9 15 Philadelphia 8 0 Boston 8 Brooklyn 3 IJOW THEY STAND Clubs Wor AG Cincinnati Boston ost PC 23 26 26 27 29 31 34 36 40 37 46 46- 41 Baltimore Cleveland Chicago 39 39 40 36 31 Pittsburg New York Philadelphia Washington Brooklyn Louisville St Louis 27 29 27 22 23 607 612 600 599 571 537 477 428 420 420 324 324 SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY Louisvilleat Pittsburg Cincinnati at Chicago St Louis at Cleveland Brooklyn at New York Boston at Philadelphia Baltimore at Washington OUT OF THE VEST POCKET Zoologists say all known species of wild nuimals are gradually diminiah ing iu siza two years u tlio nvorageaickuosa experienced by a per son btoro the ago of seventy ¬ It is estimated that Four hundred years ago only sovon metals wore known Now thorooro 51 SO of which havo been discovered within tho present century Tvonty uinoaheop introduced into tho Australian colonies in 1788 are now represented by 120000000 of tho finest wool Phoop iu tho world It is said that excesBivo tea drink lug among the humbler olaaHoa of Ire of hiBfluitv Cymbeline Mme Sans Oene and Peter the Great all but failed before Loudon audiences although the newspapers were loath to record tho fact Then n disastrous fire totully ruined the elaborate scenery and properties of his most successful productions In the meantime Mr Beerbohm Trees production of Julius Caesar at Her Majestya theater became the reigning sensation In London nnd enticed to that playlioubo the supporters of the Lyceum Lastly comes the secession of Miss Terry which leaves Sir Honry without a leading aotress of note at a time when it Jb difficult to find another ndequate to the place she has so long occupied The failure of the plays has had its in- ¬ fluence on the actors purse It Is said and till combined leave SIrIIcmry in an extremely unenviable position His rival Mr Beerbohm Tree is pressing resolutely into the position which the Lyceum hns occupied A fickle public which is ns quick to forget as It is to honor Is showing signs of deserting him Must It be said that the history of the stage Js again to repeat itself and that the genius of Sir Henry liko that of the rest is only transitory ¬ ¬ that this hoodoo begins its worlc when an actor changes his name If this is true Sir Henry has twice made himself its shining mark Tbe first time was when a few years ago he took legal steps to change 1s name from John Broadrib by which he was baptized to Henry Irving which he assumed when he first went on the stage The second time was when In recognition of his genius Queen Victoria accorded him the high honor of knighthood and made him Sir Henry lrlng The cer emony took place scarcely two years ngo andnt the time no menacing clouds were visible in his figure But with knighthood began a series of misfortunes not grent when considered separately but formidable in their aggregate Indiscreet utterances charged against Sir Henry from time to time alienated the London critics who had always been his most aealous sponsors and the London papers grew apathetic in his support An accident Which he suffered during the rehcnrsals of Peter the Great necessitated the postponement of that production for many weeks One nfter the other ¬ ¬ SAMUEL PITCHER the originator of has borne and does now bear on every rf simile signature of the fae wrapper This is the original CASTORIA which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the hind you have always bought V on the of Hyannis Massachusetts CASTORIA the same that CfrkffiIS Daily delivered In the city 10 Kentuckian Bid fe y and has the signature of per No one has authority me use my name except The Centaur Company of which Chas K Fletcher is President Qkx7jM to from - wrap- ¬ cis Per Mi r 212 S Alain 2 Tele 99 RATES RY MAM Do Not Be Deceived Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you because he makes a few more pennies on it the in- ¬ gredients of which even he does not know Daily One Mouth - 35 Daily Three Months - 100 Daily One Year - 400 Semi Weekly Edition 1 yr 200 The KM You Have Always Bought BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF The Kentuckian is printed in 11J3V THC CtNTAUn w 4r Insist on Having The End That Never Failed You COMPANY jFfr new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the best pictures to be obtained IT MUHHAT STnCCT MCWtOHKCITY jsmmmmmmmmmimtmmmmm4 Subscribe Now And Get Tlxe News Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office in the Ken tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 J Dont S I Do a Thing S Until you have seen my new line of imported SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN- - ¬ land Imb cnuaod an alarming increase apoclall among women The jHpwutfw Ijavft thr different foruiHof salutation One i ftirgjiluting is an absolutely perfect instrument and the graduations on the glass ar Nil iluferloroue for hu eqiul md w n fine that it Is iiecery to use a other for saluting a iu parlor to read them MJttXjfkRepp UxpeiiNlve Tliorjiiomqtor The most expensive thermonicter Is In use nt the Johns Hopkins university It Is known ns Prof Bowlands ther ¬ mometer and Is valued At 10000 It Mont SHIP thebest thatmoney can secure No If South Main J L Tobitl Tailor 2 3 Address Chas 11 Mcacliam Publisher iuuiiuuiiuuifauuuuuiuiuuiiu t jhi Jk rrscs Jifc A t HOPKINSVILLE KY rKMfv JV Ift LJU i J vt vv m i mm j fa WYLY YENABLE STORE ROBBED COB PIPES ROAST FOR SHAFTER Another Populir Young Couple Big Haul Madeon J M Adams A Missouri Firm Wants to Start Richard H Davis Discusses Hie Blunders at Santiago Surprises Their Friends a Factory Here CosSafc Druggist Kit Wyly d His Book Keeper nissJuIIa Venable Wed A 4 at Qreenbrler Hopkinsville has been surprised several times this year with Bud den and unexpected marriages Another wedding of this sort oc cured this morning- at Greenbrier Tenn The contracting parties be ¬ ing a couple of unusual prominence and popularity The groom is Dr C K Wyly the Main street drug ¬ gist fcand the bride his pretty book keeper Miss Julia Venable one of the most charming young ladies in the city For the last two or three years Miss Venable has occupied the position of book keeper in Mr Wyly 8 drug store The proprietor was believed to be a confirmed bachelor notanold one but still a bachelor It seems that the business re- ¬ lationship gradually merged into love but it had been kept so quiet that the friends of the young couple were hardly prepared for the an- ¬ nouncement that Miss Venable had become Mrs Wyly As above stated the marriage was solemnized at Greenbrier Mr Wyly escaped from town Wednesday in the general exodus to the Endeavor meeting and the next thing heard was the hews that he had gone to marry Miss Vena ¬ ble had been at Greenbrier for a - Money Recovered After Some r Shrewd Detective Work by One of the Firm lA l Fine Opening for an Enterprise Says Things Ar in a Bad Way and ail Because of Shaf Ura that Brings nuch Revenue Incompetency i To a Town Kingston July 7 Special n U The general merchandise store of of Church Co J M Adams Hill was robbed Saturdaynight of 160 in cash The news was kept quiet until a clew left behind could be followed up and the robbery has just be- ¬ Eli Adams one of come public firm had closed the store and gone to supper leaving the safe unlocked On his return he found a rear win- ¬ dow open and also discovered the safe door ajar Investigation disclosed the fact that the inside drawer had been broken open and its contents re 160 in bills moved amountincrto and coin Mr Adams at once had suspi- ¬ cions as to who the guilty party was and by doing some detective work of his own succeeded in re- ¬ covering the money or nearly all of it It was also found that the house was entered by cutting the window screen It is said that the guilty party has left the countr and the matter has been hushed up so ef-¬ fectually that all of the names and details could not be obtained However there is no doubt of the truth of the facts as set forth above Postmaster Wilgus has received a letter from parties in Missouri who want to come to Hopkinsville and establish a Cob Pipe factory with a capacity of 10000 pipes a day and employing 15 or 20 hands Few people have any idea how many cob pipes are used There is a big and increasing demand for them and wherever factories have been established they have found a ready sale for all they could make In many town the cob pipe busi- ¬ ness has brought more money to them than all the other industries put together and the beauty of it is that it all comes from the differ- ¬ ent parts of the country and stays in a town being paid out for labor cobs etc A paper published at Washing ¬ ton Mo says of a factory there l rom wnat tacts ana ngures we can gather Ave find that nearly 100000 is paid annually for cobs brought to our town The cob Klondike crop is the farmers Farmers living fifteen or twenty miles from here bring their cobs to market On accountof competition cobs frequently bring from 25 cents to 30 cents per 100 and occasion--all- y as much as yiccnt each The cob pipe industry has prac- ¬ tically made this town It is a con- ¬ - Richard Harding Davis writes this paper We are in the tace of possible disaster Nothing has been done by these expeditions beyond prov ¬ ing the heroic courage of American Men and Women with Small j IV -s u SV 1 J i soldiers Truthfully the expedition was prepared in ignorance and conduct ed in a series of blunders Its com manding General has not yet ever Feet Worth -- k- k 3 ¬ been within two miles of the scene of operations That officer rode to a hill two miles from San Juan the day before the battle He as overcome by heat and has been ly ¬ ing on his back the greatest part of week past If IP HI mWKm son of Lewis Girand col died in the city this Gladdish XV Dr M W Williams has returned morning after a short illness home from New York Miss Laura Winn died at 7 has returned Mrs E Cavanah oclock last evening at the residence of her sister Mrs J W Meacham home from Cerulean on Madison street of brain fever Mrs J D Clardy of Newstead aged 16 years She had been sick is in town to day TO DAYS MARKET REPORT about two weeks and had been Miss Edith Ramsey of Louis- ¬ HAWAII OURS here under treatment about a week ville is visiting Miss Ruth Die- ¬ Corrected Dully Ky Ken Kiiwllng Knnkcr Clarksville Times trich mill ltroker IIoiikltiHvUlo Ky The showing of the Louisville gone to Mr Frank Rives has Nashville Railroad for the fiscal Resolution Passes the Senate CIiIcuro Alurkct To Day Tennessee to spend a few days with year ending June 30 was truly a C Pff Higt Closing friends By 42 to 21 magnificent one Duringthe twelve Cash Wheat 76K THE CROFTON SHOOTING Mr C M Miller of Centerville G9 months ending that day the great 6S Sept Wheat 69 Tenn is visiting his brother Mr system earned in round numbers Dec Wheat 68 n 68f 69 Boyd Fined 25 Ratcliffe to be J L Miller 21000000 Including the third As Soon tas Signed by the Pres- Sept Corn 32 32 32 to Miss Edna Ellis has gone week in June the earnings had 33 33 Dec Corn 33 a Tried Wednesday ident She Will be Our Cleveland Ohio on a visit to rela- ¬ reached 21833423 an increasing 20 4 Sept Oats 20tf 20tf Sandwich tives and friends over the corresponding fifty one 10 05 Sept Pork 90 10 05 Les- ¬ Crofton July 7 Special IN TEN CHURCHES weeks of previous year of 1479711 45 5 55 Mr John P Burnett who has 5 55 Sept Lard lie Boyd had his trial to day before been sick for several weeks is at 5 62 5 62 Sept Ribs 52 Judge Myers and Esquire Fuller The many friends of Prof S L Washington DC July 7 By a The Endeavorers Began at Nash- ¬ 25 Frogge will be pleased to learn that a vote of 42 to 21 the Senate yester ¬ Sept wheat puts 67 and was fined and cost his store again to day calls 69 ville Last Night for carrying concealed a deadly he has been re elected unanimously day afternoon passed the Newlands Now York Stock nnil Cotton Oscar Brasher has returned to the position of superintendent of resolutions annexing the weapons Ratcliffes trial is set from a visit to relatives in Madison Opg Higt Closing Hawaiian In ten churches of Nashville the the Middlesborough Graded Schools for Wednesday ville and Earlington Islands just as they were passed Aug Cotton 6 04 6 04 6 04 Christian Endeavorers gathered The city school board manifested by L 22 1 the House The break came Am Tob M D Brown represented the Miss Maggie Underwood of Gra 122 last night to sing praises and to their confidence in liis ability as quite unexpectedly cey is the guest of her cousin Mrs but the vote of Chicago Gas t 9SH 99JS 99tf Commonwealth hear addresses by able men whose an educator by asking him to select two to one in favor of the resolution C B O 1 05K 1 06 1 06 Ellis Roper this week remarks breathed with spiritual his corps of teachers for the ensu- ¬ was not a surprise to those who L 54 D N Wants a Legal Separation 54 53tf Miss Eunice Fondrus of Nash- ¬ fervor and enthused the congrega ¬ ing year His systematic and skill ¬ have for weeks been urging that Manhattan 1 04 105tf 1 05 Olivia Parker has filed suit for ville is visiting Miss Lucile Cole- ¬ tions with that noble spirit which ful work has placed the Middles this action be taken 1 29tf 1 31 z Sugar divorce from her husband Edward man on Liberty street characterizes all Christian En- ¬ borough schools in the front rank The Democrats who voted 25 for the Coal Iron 25tf Parker alleging cruel and inhuman Mrs Alexander and Miss Webb deavor Conventions All the of Kentucky city graded schools resolution were Senators Gorman Chicago tcculiitHTo itiy treatment The couple were mar- ¬ Young left to day for Eureka services were well attended McLauren Money Morgan Pettus -- iJ vars t ried in Evansville Jan 1 98 but Springs Ark to make a months While the sanctuaries were and Sullivan Senator Kyle Inde ¬ ViltS t f t 80 Cars LA BOURGOYNE plaintiff states that she has resided visit not crowded they were filled pendent also voted that way Hogs 25000 county more than a unchristian Mrs Ben Patch and little son of comfortably with zealous workers Democrats paired for the resolution Cattle 9500 Head Continued from First Pago v year before the commencement of Clarksville Tenn are visiting Mr in the noble cause who caught and were Senators Murphy Harris and KglliimtuiUjItucclpts To morrow this action Defendant is now out Buckner Leavells family on South treasured up every word that was grave Heitfeld of the state and when last heard 2 Cars Wheat jjSp uttered and every song that was Virginia A Story of the Horror from was living in Clarksville Corn i 220 Cars Mr J M Duncan has returned sung It was a fitting beginning Move From Chicknmnuga Some of the scenes enacted on Tenn The parties are colored F Oats 70 Cars a from a three weeks visit to relatives for the great convention H Ford col is the attorney in the board La Bourgoyne just after the Chattanooga Tenn ilotf Alurktt July 7 and friends in Bowling Green and collision were terrible to witness Shortly after noon yesterday orders Hogs To day V case 25000 Lost His House by Fire Franklin Ky and Portland Tenn Men fought for positions in the boat were issued to the 1st brigade 1st Light 395 yi Notice Mr G W Schruggs who moved like raving maniacs women were Mr O E Layne has resigned his to break Mixed 380 division 1st army corps j Headquarters Ned Meriwether position with Mr Sam Frankel and from here to Madison ville early in forced back from the boats and camp and march to Ringgold Ga Rough 380 4 v Camp No 241 U C Vs Hop- ¬ will on or about Sept 1 engage in the spring had the misfortune to trampled by men who made self there to take trains for Charleston Heayy 400 VV the mercantile business at Trenton lose his dwelling house and the preservation their first object kinsville Ky S C An hour later the three regi ¬ TotnUJUuriinccs All 1ortH Members of Camp and all Misses Belle Henry and Florence most of its contents by fire a few On board were a large number of ments composing the brigade the Wheat and Flpur Exp 625000 bus in the county are re ¬ Rives of Casky have returned days ago The amount of the loss the lower class of Italians and other 2nd and 3rd Wisconsin and the 16th to meet at Hunter Woods from a visit to Mrs Geo T Whar- ¬ could not be learned Mr Scruggs foreigners who in their frenzy stop ¬ quested CONGRESS Pennsylvania had left camp The QUIT is a blacksmith and was for some ped at nothing office on Monday 11th inst at 10 ton at Cadiz that promised safety loading at Ringgold began about 3 t time in the employ of Forbes to make arrange ¬ o clock a m Bro iortnem8elves In a boat was a oclock Prof W H Harrison has return- ¬ Will Adjourn To Morrow Leaving ments fora trip to Atlanta Ga to ed from a canvassing trip of ten party of forty but so great was the The 3rd Illinois 4th Ohio and 4th Bud Gaines Fined Spain Unwhlpped Confederate Reunion to be held at days in the panic that not a hand was raised Pennsylvania are under orders and interest of Bethel on July 20 21 22 and 23 that city Bud Gaines colored was tried to assist in its launching The oc- ¬ will go next Maj Gcn Wilson Female College Spccial 1898 Washington July 7 before Judge Cansler to day on a cupants sonear saved were drown ¬ who will command th6 detachment Miss Mollie The house has adjpptedfthe con- ¬ Hunter Wood Chas F Jarrett who has been Byars of Allensvillc charge of striking Catharine Pen ¬ ed like rats when the ship with which goes from here to Santiago visiting Mr FM Com current resolution to adjourn to Adjt Byars family on South Main has dleton col on the head with a an awful hissing sound went down haB orders to proceed toCharleston morrow rock Gaines was fined 250 and So desperate was the situation The orders for the six regiments returned home Remains Laid to Rest costs Hs satisfied the claim and that an Italian passenger drew his to rush out came as a great sur ¬ Mrs Thus P Cook who has was released The fight occurred knife and The remains of Mrs Goode who Profiting by Experience made direct at one who prise died near Guthrie Tuesday arrived been visiting relatives here left on the Major farm two miles west like himself was endeavoring to Mr J J Gaines of Montgomery here last night They were taken this atternoon to spend a week at of the city June 20 reach the boats Immediately his Mr Leon Levy arrived in the who sold his crop of wheat Inst to the Bainbridge neighborhood Cerulean Springs en route home to action was imitated in every city fropi Nashville last night and yearJof 10000 bushels for 65 cents Off For the Army this morning and were laid to rest Murray direction Knives were flourished will spend a few days with his wife abqut 30 days before it went te a in the Mt Carmel burying ground Gerhart Bros a leading dry Mr John Stites Jr who was and used with effect Women and Mr Levy has been appointed Man ¬ dollar is arranging a large gran thia afternoon goods firm of Clarksville were here recently a student of South Ken ¬ children were driven back to inevU ager of the Trudential Life Insur ¬ ary ana will not be in a nurry o yesterday to look at a Htpck of tucky College and who has lived here table death at the pointof weapons ance Company for Tennessee ami sell tjiis year ifewiW another Remember the flalne goods now being closed out with a for a year past with his relatives the owners of which were experts will open an office in Clarksville very large crop this Place to get your fine Merchant View to buying tfamc The auppo- - left Wednesday evening for Chicka in their use According to stories Saturday He is r fine insurance t by Foyyright Panta Tailoring ition ia that they will move here if maujfa t lie will enlist in the Louia of nurvivorq wpmen wre stabbed ma and his recent pro Let us now return to ofcf mutton 5 7 and smuw mad M J3 j the trade j coafuraated ville Legion J Hd my l like ho jwfuiy ttbeep Mte 5iitJkreii motion Wd J x 1 m r if t four-year-old father Dr J jthe bride left this morning and up- ¬ on his arrival there the ceremony was performed by him at 10 oclock Mr and Mrs Wyly will go to Johnsonville Tenn where the groom has relatives and spend a week in that mountain town after which they will return home and take rooms and board at Mr J M Howes on Walnut street They have friends by the legion who will extend them their heartiest congratulations coupled with good wishes for future happiness and prosperity W Venable -- of PERSONAL GOSSIP Miss Queenie Moss is visiting her M aunt Mrs F stant source of revenue continually bringing to our city thousands of dollars from all parts of the United States Canada and Great Britain The patent on cob pipes was a filler of filling of plaster This pro cess was patented but the patent has recently expired Cob pipes have become a staple article so much as sugar coffee or tobacco and as they last only a short time they are in constant de- ¬ mand Our factories seem to have a better demand than ever before and the pipe business seems tQHbe in its infancy and will no doubt reach enormous proportions during the coming decade The parties write like they mean business and Mr Wilgus has writ- ¬ ten them to come on and see for themselves vvhat a fine opening there is here for such a business the time ever since Gen Wheeler who refused to remain in bed with his fever is here beside me asleep on a poncho with bullets passingover him There are Gens Summer Kent LaWton and Chaffee and Wood never before have so many com ¬ manding officers lived so constantly on the fire line yet the man who is supposed to direct the entire expe- ¬ dition is in a tent at the rear If he is ill he should be relieved 11 nor me presence ot some man with absolute authority is neces to the front I am quoting what brigade commanders demand -- Can get shoes and oxfords to fit them for next to nothing We are overloaded on Mens sizes 5 5 1 2 6 6 6 1 2 and 7s and Ladies sizes 1 12 2 2 2 1 2 and 3s in all grades of shoes d 5M 2 to 6 WILL BE SOLD AT- - 50C TO SI 00 ffiWJjIWAto HERE AND THERE A JZ fiWU I ¬ - t- f Tf 7 fon -- dere j HIfc - w