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Head The DaipiIt ran 10 KTX Cts a Week Daily JEntuthtaa HOPKINSVlLLE KY FRIDAY AFTERNOON JULY 9 IN THE COURTS 1898 UVE NEWS Every Page We Set The Pace YOL 1 NO 62 rev PRICE 2 OENTS tzw ANOTHER HOBSON There is Something In a Name Judge Cansler Having His Hands Full of Criminal Business After All LA MORRO Castle Must Be Stormed Tomorrow Will Be Assailed By ¬ Has Attacked the Men I Judge J P Hobson Wins lnjthc Ernest Pool Charged With Draw ¬ Lebanon Convention on ing n Pistol ReleasedSeveral the 76th Ballot Parties Fined1 at Santiago The Gunboat Castioo the He ro of the Alplionso Lebanon Ky July 8 At the announcement of the result of the seventieth ballot at 245 oclock a resolution was offered and second ¬ ed by Beckham delegates that the hindmost man be dropped after the ¬ seventy fifth ballot The resolution was adopted by a vote of 80 to 57 ft Judge Cansler disposed of a large docket yesterday afternoon In the case of the Commonwealth against E Y Pool of Gracey ar lcsted on a warrant sworn out by Harry Clark charging a breach of the peace ond drawing andflourish ing a pistol the jury returned a verdict of not guilty Both The seventieth ballot was the same as all the previous ballots The seventy fourth ballot result ¬ ed Garnett 45 Kelly 30 others same as the first The balloting continued The seventy sixth ballot resulted in tne unanimous nomination or Jiidge J P Hobson for the Appel late Judgeship for this district LIEUT BRONAUGH ON THE CASTING The convention went wild for several minutes Hobson thenad dressing the convention in a speech Congress may hold together till of acceptance Special Washington July 8 Tuesday of next week though strenuous efforts are being made to close DISPATCH WINS up to morrow afternoon Geii Shaftcr telegraphs that all was quiet yesterday At the re- ¬ quest of the Spanish general employes of the cable company were sdnt Jury at Marlon Finds for the Pa- ¬ per in the Suit Brought to him to telegraph his government as to surrendering x The general health of the command is good There are 150 cases of by Jo A Parker i in four or five days and is not serious Gen fever which runs it course Special Marion Ky July 7 Shafter says he is feeling much better himself and the men are in good The celebrated case of J A Par- ¬ spirits ker for libel against the Louisvillc Dispatch which has been on trial The Phonso Surely Sunk here for the pastthree days was terminated this evening late the Lieut Bronaugh Helped Do It jury bringing in a verdict for the Dispatch Special Vessels from the blockading squadron Key West July 8 It will be remembered that on October 24 of last year the Dispatch at Ha van a cp nnthe ffl pogt of the sinking of the AlphonsQ Xlloff the published an account of a public harbor of Mariel bjheCasmie t speaking held in Murray Ky on The Casine is a small gunboat commanded by Commander Robt M October 23 at ihich a letter from Berry his Lieutenants being William V Bronaugh Nelson T Houston Hampton the chairman of the Reand Henry Morrell She has eight 4 inch and ten smaller guns publican State committee addressed to the chairman of Calloway County Republican committee was read Admiral Miller Appointed to in a public speech by Ollie James The Dispatch charged that Parker was running in the Hawaii in Out of Wet Republican party interest of the Parker filed suit for S30000 the Special Secretary Long to day gave or- ¬ Washington July 8 pleaded ders for the departure of the Philadelphia from Mare Island for Hawaii Dispatch answered and that the publication was true She will carry the flag of the United The case was tried by six Demo i States to those islands and include ciats and sixRepublicans and was them within the Union Admiral au exciting and red hot fight from Miller commanding the Pacific start to finish K J Hampton was station who is now at Mare Island here as a witness as were also other politicians from various parts will be charged with this function of the State KJ Hampton the of hoisting the flag that was hauled Republican chairman under the down by Commissioner Blount The fierce fire of a strong by Ollie James virtually adship will be ready for sea in a very few days under the Secretarys mitted the truth of the publication orders and should make the trip Hawaiian Resolution Signed in a week Washington July 8 Special Meanwhile the President will ap ¬ The President signed the Hawaiito frame point a commission an annexation resolution at 703 the laws necessary tor the changed rryvv----- oclock last night conditions of affairs in Hawaii RKAIt ADMIRAL MILLER Mrs paschal Giles of Howell This must be done before the ad who has been visiting relatives in journment of Congress as the Commissioners are subject to con ¬ Tennessee returned home to Fight at fflariel J Walker Irvin Lucy Irvin Annie Lyons and Lucy Dickerson all col- ¬ ored were tried on a charge of breach of the peace and disturbing public worship Walker Irvin and Annie Lyons were each fined 1 and costs Lucy Irvin 250 and costs and Lucy Dickerson was dis ¬ missed Land and Sea in a S Joint Attack THEN THE New York t The examining trial of Lucian Davie col for the killing of Henry Reese col near Herndon two weeks ago was set for to day but several important witnesses were absent and the case was continued until July 15 Davie is still in jail In Police Circles There were no cases tried in the City Court this morning The po- ¬ lice empounded two milch cows but up to noon their owners had not called for them GOVERNOR OF LADRONES CITY II WILL II BE BOMBARDED The Journals Washington July 8 Special I M dispatch says orders have been sent to Gen Shafter and Com- ¬ modore Sampson to assail and capture Morro forts to morrow Sampson can then get the range of the city from the mouth of the harbor and drop shells into the city by the score A Post man telegraphs that Wirth New York July 8 Special an alleged foreign correspondent has been arrested suspected of being Fears He Will Be Shot by the a spy Sampson has ordered him sent to Key West on the Harvard Thirty thousand dollars worth of silver coin fused in one lump was Spaniards for Surren- ¬ found on the Maria Teresa 9H dering - ¬ Special The Records Manila dispatch says r Gov Marina brought as a pris- ¬ oner from Guama Ladrone Islands declines to accept a parole fearing to risK being shot by his country- ¬ men for surrendering Guam is the principal Chicago July 8 ¬ Special The Spanish government has made an inquiry through the proper channels to Washington asking upon what terms the United States will conclude peace and suggesting an armis- ¬ tice during the negotiations Sagasta denies that any official action of this nature was taken but high authority for the statement says informal peace negotiations are now prooeeding London July 8 ¬ Take the cross-examinati- firmation - t- - via this city island of the Ladrone or Mariana group The thirteen islands composing the group have altogether an area of only 420 square miles They pos ¬ sess a very small population and are of little consequence unless one of them can be made available for a coaling station The situation of the island of Guam is excellent for that purpose being situated on the direct route from Honolulu to the Philippines If Guam possesses a harbor capa- ¬ ble of such development as to ren- ¬ der it available for a naval statiou its capture should prove of value to the United States Doubtless the American fleet in course of time will take possession of Spains oth- ¬ er two groups of little islands in those waters the Carolines and thei Paloas This will be done as a war measure against Spain and day not because the islands or of much value are importance ¬ ¬ London Wants Peace The Press Urging Spain to Quit The English press is almost a unit in Special London July 8 urging Spain to make terms of peace Wants to be Urged Spain Really Wants Peace- A Rome dispatch to the Journal Special of Italy as saying that if all the powers in ¬ quotes the Spanish Minister vite Spain to conclude peace Spain will yield New York July 8 Persistent Rumors of Peace They Come From AH Directions Special The Navy Department this after ¬ Washington July 8 noon received a dispatch from a reliable well informed agent abroad af firmingthe information sent yesterday by Col Caldwell that Spain would Y likely sue for peace this week Camaras Squadron Not Seaworthy The Boilers are out of Fix Special The Port Said dispatches report Cam London July 8 rtrassquadson in a deplorable condition It is stated that incompetent All Havana in Mourning Three Commissioners Appointed To Take Control of Hawaii tA For Cerveras Sad Fate Madrid Jnly 8 Special The Imparcials Havana dispatches Washingtpn July fy Special The President has appointed Sen- ¬ Spanish engineers have ruined the boilers say that the municipal buildings and theatres hqrc arc closed Prac ¬ ators Davis and Morganand Representative Hitt as commissioners for tically the entire city ip in mourningiqrthloss of Cerveras licet and the United States to proceed to Honolulu and take control over the Ila- Also Sends men jM1 waiian Island under tlje Newlands resolution They will sail as soon Telepraphic communication has been Vestoredrfp Santiago as possible To Phillippine An engagement with Insurgents on the line of the Pinar del Rto railroad Wednesday resultedjn the killing of Lieut Sanchez and fifteen The Cabinet Cannot Agree Special Populo Romano says the Italian cruisers Rome Juy 8 s Spanish soldiers fyK and Dacolie have been ordered to the Philippines Piedmonte Italy Warships the I -- Islands n l iJ Rumors Some for War and Some for Peace - L A TV P Filt 3 Significant Conference port tjtat the city ua i suriwnsd AV WafNtte n Jii Yumf - W mM K SpecialThe Queen Regent presided at a cabi ¬ Madrid July 8 The Austrian Minister in Them net council yesterday Gen Corrca and the Queen Regent strongly favor tho continuatiqn Madrid Jvliy 8 Special -- Prcmier Sagasta and the Duke Alma Peri is no confirmation pf the re of the war Premier Sagasta and Minister of Works Cainazo believe tit harbor a Santiago or that the the time Jin come fqr ending the war A decision may be reached at doya held a long interview With Count Doubgky the Austrian minister frveninfc that has caused much comment V another Kittiugv Nothiripi 1 It - v lst UMMMMiiN n Wbc y -- ii M jokt - Tublshed crcry cventm ait2 ftentttcktaii t ki a CASTLEMAN AND ttKSDLfiY Quarterly Reprt John H tiastteirtftu Arthur O tniinhftni lttceldnrldgo Cattleman OF THE fijM m except Sunday by 111 Delivered by Carriers lo all parts of t the -- jj the dovernbt1 Brought to a Stand city at StifTby the Coloml4 The controversy between Col Cistlemnn Anfl ftm Bradlev has reached rf tyolnt iwhere wods are inadequate to carry it on Col Castlemans latest is as follows carc mile what sUch fellows pubiish in view of the fact that there exists a strongly rooted opin ¬ ion amonir the people that Gov Bradfey is ablackguiird ahUaliar and a disgrace t0 tile position he occupiesand that Forrester lsqUite suitable as the appointee of such a -- P LANTERS HOPKINSVILLEXY JuriclSK3 ickXcniAK a Mala JL 10 obxts zax wjbbx M jiuioiva 181HB1 y Royal Does tho Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL in the World lxL f r UCJtIPTIOJr 05 StATJW in Advance The Largest Fire Insurance Company Pub JtfoTH w Advanoe Pes 3MoNTkB tH Advance 100 Per Week Per Year am400 at Unclose cfbultic9 on tho jsotlidny ot kKSOUROKS Loans and Discounts legg lbauii lo J DEMOORATIQ TICKET r Ftfa CONGRESS 1ENRY D ALLEN OP UjfroN COUNTY J THE COLUMBUS She May Take tile Place of the Wrecked Maine 1 Ovcnlrtiftr itanaecuted Hue from NA Jnal flunks II iMtt05 Duo from State Bunks and 1211883 Hunkers Other real estate Otherstooksaud bonds 1 touHH to OffleeJa jjiroaiorB Largest lUieincssiii the State of Kentucky Docs tho Largest liiisiucsa in tho Southern StjitRBi i 301460 184J7C0 8820CS 6000 00 4 - Losses lfSTid in Kentucky in 1896 24983102 PpfiClO- iu i 1180320 ItyrauagcrsSoiiilicrn Wcpartmctyt Washington July 8 Special Total31220970 The cruiser Cristobal Colon is to Collier Brutus The Monterey and General Oillcc Louisville LIABILITIES passed Honolulu June 29 enroute to fill the gap in the American navy Cnpltil stook paid lnln cash J7600o00 Surpluafund 1000000 caused by the destruction of the Governor Manila Due Depositors as followfijvlz if i n Wtjter Fairhctt Co Resident Agents Hopkinsville Ky Maine if the plans energetically f w J Bradley has shown himself a Dcposltsiiublcct toohcokon Which 1J38G281 to save iriauVurated by tile navy depart miserable poltroon notably when Duo Interest fsnot paid IGefiij Young- has left Cuba 1RS0Q1 State Btinksnnd Bankers T rmmrtrnnmiiTriii mi miii n iiiiiiniiinnwi Unpaid dividends 22 1000 hMifSVlie is still ill with fever ment to day meet with successf and he called for troops at the meeting Kent account 11707 Ho bailed for Key West Thursday it is the firm determination of Sec- ¬ of IN 1352 the Legislature of 1896 97 Total 212200 10 retary Lonff and his subordinates and when he ran at Imm- ¬ STATE OF KENTUCKY on the Cherokee J88 Christian that no expense or resource shall inence from Hardin and further County ofItTrlrn fnnhlpr nf tlin Plntilnra Jllo Deweys ten and Schleys six be spared to accomplish the result still when Gen Buckncr denounced Bankv n bank located and doing business utNo in tho Spanish ships destroyed in return The best equipped and most him as a liar on the stump at Gray- ¬ in Said lfiMalnstbelrtgduly town of HopklnsVlllo county sworn says that tho foregoing report lain nil respects a true state for the Maine bring- the number up efficient organization of wnick son and declined to further meet ment of tho condition of tho raid bank atiho close 01 business on the 80th dav to the popular ratio of 16 tol in the country has already been such a blackguard in the canvass 1808 to the best of his knowledge hnd bollcfand furthordays that tho business of said started from Norfolk to the south As to Forrester he is loo low a bank has been transacted at tho location The President notified Congress coast of Cuba with their power u named ajtd creature to deal with except in de abOVO report laaot ojsawhorc and that the taipofler and Manufacturer of mucin in rnmnllnnno wlH nn s that the bill authorizing- the enlist- offlclal notice received from the Secretary of saivatre apparatus ana not a nunciation and I am too busy just State designating tho 80th J day of June mentiot Ibvvv colored soldiers suouici moment is to be lost in commencing now to notice further so miserable 1808ostlio day on which such report shall be made be passed by all means before ad- ¬ the great work At the Presidents a scoundrel Jno B Trice Cashier journment J D Russell Dlrectoi direction Secretary Louis- ¬ Long last The management of the 8UTrleeDlredtor Ira to Washington the ville Legion has for twenty years Subscribed and sworn LtoSmith Director his1 night summoned beforo mo by Jno Cerveraproved two things by B Trlco the 2d day of July J8C8 contractors who had undertaken to recorded itself and that record is dash for liberty One was that he Ira L Smith N PO C ¬ was a man of courage and the rescue the Maine from Havana har- one of continued efficient service at bor when they were interrupt personal sacrifice of its members to QUAlRTERXY other that he wasn t bottled up so REPORT of war their State and their city and the ed by the declaration he couldnt get out OP THE and to day Capt I J Merritt the veteran list and active list repre- ¬ of the Merritt sent many hundreds of the States The Bank of Hopkinsville The United States is about to be president of most reputable citizens of islands Chapman Wreckinc Company troubled with a surplus Ihere are 1200 in the Philippines New York heartily agreed to the Gov Bradley has so far declined At tho HOPKINSVILLEKY 36th close of business on tho he government to make a formal rejoinder to Col 13 ihthe Ladrohegroupand40or50 terms offered by day of June 1898 for bringing back to this country Castlemans sizzling reply and in- ¬ in the Hawaiian archipelago RESOURCES those trophies of American naval timates that he will not Loans and Discounts less loans to MRrFM WHITLOW of Hopkinsville Ky is my soiicitor The Presidents thanksgiving prowess now beached near Santia- ¬ The Governor makes this gener- ¬ Directors 808C35J5t Overdrafts unsecured i iol 43 Until go Before hurrying awaA to com- ¬ al statement proclamation is premature Duo from National Banks 3818029 Duo from State Banks and plete his preparations he guaran- ¬ the soldiers at the front can join in I have received no communica- ¬ Bankers 5190001 9016290 RUNYON Banking House and it we had better wait Perhaps the teed that within six days he would tion from Col Castleman in answer Othcr Real Estato lot l 5000o 8122 la Other lROtKIETORS OF regular day in November may be have as powerful a fleet of wreck- ¬ to my letter I see published what Specie Stocks and Bonds 6looooo JM0508 ing vessels and derricks and light purports to be an interview with Ourrenoy time enough 23593 00 941GIU 4700050 ers and as great a number of divers him which is as false as it is cow- ¬ Exchanges for Clearings as Cash Otherltema carried over 20 410 00 The Secretary of the Navy has and skilled workmen at Santiago ardly One feeling as he express- ¬ Revenue Stamps ordered the Philadelphia to pro- ¬ as he had gathered at Havana four ed himself thankful for courtesies Total 51951390 GlarksMiUe Tennessee XI ABILITIES ceed at once to Honolulu and hoist months ago He has undertaken while jn Kentucky and then wait- ¬ Capital Stock paid In in cash f25OoO000 the American flag pulled down by to promptly commence the salvage ed until he had placed more than surplus Fund 25000 00 We Solicit the Patronage of AH Who Have Tobacco To Sell Pj esident Cleveland The ship of the Cristobal Colon if after three hundred miles between him Deposits subject to check on which 219IW184 i not paid interest is will be ready to sail in a few days careful investigation he is con- - self and the man he calumniates is Duo National Banks 92718 Free Storage to Shippers Due State Bauks and of the feasibility of fioating entitled to no further notice frOm vinced 1093533 1191251 unpaid 65700 Cash President McKinley has appoint- her He will not neglect however me even were I such a man as he Amount Dividends to Day taxes Advances Made on Consignments sot asido 147901 Dividend No 00 this day 7150000 ed next Sunday as a special thanks- ¬ to secure as many of the guns from proclaims me to be giving day and calls upon the peo the other cruisers as can be readily J C KBND1UCK Salesman Total jsio mM State of Kentucky County of Christian ss ple to give thanks for the victories removed and unless the injuries to Should Pay for Stamps h Mofherson Cashier of Bank ot Hop klnsvlllea Bank located and doing business T C HANBEKY won at Manila and Santiago all the vessels have been greatly M F SHRYER a Local senders of express pack at No In Main street in tho city of Hopkins villa eaid county being duly sworn says coupled with prayers for peace exaggerated he is confident that ayes are raising- a loud and right v i iUv6uHiu iuiuiu in nu respecis a true the condition of several of them may yet fly the eouskick over the action of the Bankstatement of of business on the the paid at the close 0th day Hawaii has been annexed and is stars and stripes 18H8 to the best of lit a knowledge companies in demanding1 that the of Juneand further says that the business and belief of now a territory of theUnitedStates The agreement with the wrecking revenue stamp be affixed to every said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that thoabovo HANBERY SHRYER Proprs The Ladrones have been acquired company provides for the payment is made package before it is accepted for report received in compliance with an olllclal of conquest The Philip- ¬ of notice from tlmRnnrnfnrvnf enln la by right a fixed amount per diem as in the transportation Tne same kick is Ignatlngthouorh dayof June 1808 as tho day Railroad St Betweon Tonth pines were wrested from Spain two case of the Maine on wnicii such report shall be made with a bonus the raised against the telegraph corn HOPKINSVILE KY J- - E aud Elovouth Molherton Cashier months ago Westward the star of amount being as not yet determined Henry C Cant Director ¬ companies who are equally exactCHBush Direotor STCareful attention given to sampling and eolling all tobacco consigned empire still takes its course D R Beard Director for the delivery of one or several of ing j v Subscribed and sworn to before me by J E Liberal advances on tobacco in store All tobacco insured utiles 0 us It is claimed that the law speci- ¬ MoPhorson tho 2nd Jdayof July 1898 JJjymariy of the cities the banks the surrendered ships at New York otherwise instructed PFradenNP CCo have given up the fight inthecourts This amount is to be determined by fies that the companies defray the a representative of the company cost of stamps The railroad com ¬ STATEMENT OP CONDITION and are compromising with the city NAT GAITHER h officer designated by Secre- ¬ panies agree to pay for one cent JAS WEST OP THE councils upon the best terms they and tary Long and in case of their dis- ¬ stamp for bills of lading1 and the can get Lexington Danville and Bational Bank other cities have already come to agreement by an umpire selected construction of the law may be made First by the two representativesfor the express aqd telegraph com- ¬ terms with their banks for the sev- ¬ panies en years of back taxes due HOPKINSVILLE - KENTUCKY Editors Become Nimrods At the meeting of the Louisville TOBACCO at the close of business COMMISSION MERCHANTS Board of Trade the protest against Emmett Logan of the Louisville Grand Hotel Mackinac Island JUNE 80 1898 Times has been heard from on the Mich July 6 After two delightful the action of the express companies RESOURCES subject of tat men but there may days spent here most of the mchi in refusing- to handle packages un- ¬ Loans and Discounts xi0a40J Si Overdrafts iXWtlt Liberal advances made on Tobacco be just a touch of envy in what he bers of the Kentucky Press Asso- ¬ less stamped by the sender1 was US Bonds to secure circulation Four months storage Free 1000000 Premiums on US Bonds 100000 writes He says Stock in fat ciation took their departure this taken up and considered This ac Other Bonds andSecurltles 0110503 Fixtures J 3 00000 men is somewhat depressed Gen morning A side excursion has tion of the companies was decided Furniture State Banks and Bankers Duo from 137290 THE GREAT SUMMER RESORT 8530940 Shatter may yet justify the confi- ¬ been arranged to Niagara and on to be unjust and unlawful and a Due from approved rcsorvo agento Cash 102821 dence at first reposed in him but this twenty five of the party will go resolution of protest was adopted Redemption fund with U a Treasurer 72250 Dawson Springs Total Arcadia House the story of 300 pounds did not have by way of Cleveland About twen- ¬ It is probable that further steps 2Hailll LIABILITIES a reassuring ring in the beginning ty remained over to visit thefamolis will be taken to bring the violation z 0400000 Capital Dawson Hopkins County Kentucky Pat antl fight are not usually inter- ¬ fishinggrounds The Snows These of the law to the notice of the au- ¬ Surplus stock paid In fund UB17V7 Undivided prollts thorities changeable terms 20542 went up at 9 oclock this morning rh8e celebrated chalybeato and salts eprlncs aro situated lmmcdlitply upon tho Louis Circulation 1440000 villa aud Memphis division of thoilllnols Central railroad formerly Ulicsnpenko Ohio and Should the express companies Fund to pay Taxes and upon arrival at the club house 189107 uu u na Duo to Banks v 1 43080 Til in UU uuuhii is how aimvivni iui iuuiHviiivi ivyi mm nines ram oi rauuean Ky Gen Miles noauy Ilriiianeti wjin cupaeltv of entertaining uoo perthe Commanding took a rod and tackle and went to comply with the public demands by Dividends unpaid 01200 bobh owuers or tno liotol are nso owners of tho BnrlniM unit rim Kiitij ot ijio Arcatua iiio Dlv dend his day 192010 Houso havo tree access to General of the Army has been sent work with a will tho Springs without cxtraeharKO Invalids flllOlllil rililrniwr tlint An hours list ¬ paying for the stamps themselves Individual Deposits 18040322 vuu iiiuiiiin ui uiiiiu iiiiii jiiiv nirwr nnnv nuvariaKes to persons visuinjf the springs Tho dry to Santiago as the best means to ing before luncheon and an hour af-¬ and then advance the prices of and liquid salts aro manufactured at thsso SprliiKS For pamphlets etc nunlv to Total J274 81141 NM1101UMAN CO 1toprletors dividend of 8 more relieve the army of the incompetent terward resulted in a catch of 287 transportation litigation onAand after July per cent declared payable 11808 would be involved on the ground Shatter whose obesity unfits him fish President Woolfolk led with I Thos WLong Cashier of for military service If Gen Miles a string of fortyithree and Vice that the advance in express tariff hankdo solomnly wear that tho abbvo named the aoovo state Is W Q WHEELER W H Faxon will take Fitzhugh Lee with him to President Westover came next was an evasion of the law which ment true to tho Uiest of my kuowlpdgo and belief Tiros v Lono Cashier itake active control of the operations with thirty nine finny beauties designates that the burden of the Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 80 about Santiago we will soon see Mrs Thomas G Watkins was third tax fall on the corporations and not dayof Juno 1898 WawrrKully NP something done Gen Mjles will with a round three dozen Miss the public STATEMENT OF CONDITION reach Charleston to day and sail at Evans caught the largest fish arid Richard Harding Davis in a dis robacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants once for Santiago Grain Dealers OF THE Mrs Sommers also distinguished patch dated Wednesday declares herself with her skill The sport Fire Proof Warehouse con hussellvillb and n it sts that Gen Pando has not reached Some changes will be made in was superb Santiago and that the Spanish Watsons Eastern squadron which Hopkinsville - Ky Ilopklnsvlllc Ky Admiral Villamil regarded by have only ammunition for three is under orders to proceed at once Linares refuses to surren- ¬ Liberal Advanco on Oonsignments AT THE 0L03E OF BUSINES8 ON THE to follow up Camaras fleet It will many as Spains ablest naval of- ¬ days All Tobacoo 3ont us Oovcrcd by Insurance der the city without orders from of the battleships Iowa and ficer was killed in the fight yjfh consist 30th Day of June 1898 Oregon the protected cruiser New- ¬ Schley He was in command of the Madrid It is thought possible the rESounoE8 Notes tnd 200 808 27 ark and the auxiliary cruisers car- ¬ Spanish torpedo boat squadron at town may capitulate without bom ¬ Stocksand BlllsvDUcounted Bonds iiqooo 00 bardment A long- siege is impossible BanklUKHouso and lot rying aide armor 0000 00 Dixie Yankee Santiago dc Cuba Blanco had t iiuaijusiaieior JJODt 71nan ci and Yosemite the colliers Averen been for some time trying to have owing1 to the hundreds of decompose DebtlnSult iS5iT Internal Hevenuc Stamps 200 oo Cervera recalled and Villamil ap- ¬ inupbpdies of jmen and horses da Cassius Ceasar Leonidas and Slant Kxohanue 72203 74 Hopkinsville Kentucky on hand Cash aaiMJ 18 Justin and the supply boat Del- - pointed to succeed him Webb Watkins who was struck Total raonico The ships will cross the fawn 05 in the eye with a base ball several LIABILTIES Soject home boIjooI Elovou blo and oxorioncml tnohert ocean separately and will meet at There will be a big barbecue and weeks ago went to Louisville last Capital Stook paid in as Cash A 01000 00 thorough ootirso in Aiiqient and Muditni UniinRoa Etigllali Mathemat Lucas Springs week to have hjs ey examined Surplus Kuil common rendezvous at some port bran dance at 76 0000a a Undivided 1721 VI ics Soieuco Musio Art Elotuition ami Physical Culture GelWiaW Ft r off the Spanish Individual Depositors coast The near Caledonia next Saturday ihe expert informed Mr Watkins DvtUnds ilfnflti jjojii 7a naratory and Primary liepartmenta Electrio LighU and Hot wk Cold Unpaid pursuit of Camara and not the Elaborate preparations are being that there was no possible chance Dividend no itiAs day perVnt 80080oo Water througVbiiild ng Appointments good fare good iolW perNfc oe tpml m Aside to lay TaxMZ n w OstalogueatHoppara bombardment of coast tbwns h the made for an enjoyable time Sev ¬ to cure the eye as the sig ht vtas mw Totil eral from this city will tind detroeaT-Princtpp-KepbliiVVaiUWW UAWK1SUN lgtiPNT priw objagVof the movement -- - clearings Furniture nnd fixtures Xor Currency Kxclinngo - l M i 400M87 BMtBEE ft OAgTUEHAjr it ESTABLSSHSD i i - - - ¬ SAMteL HODGSON 8If 1 - 1 j - Maible anS Grranite Montifnent s a TAJBLEiTS ETC JeiARjtfsvxi LE Tennessee KENDRICK G entralTobaoooWaf ehbuse ¬ - r PEOPLES WAREHOUSE - - - GAITHER I YEST I - HOKINSVJLLE KY 1898 1898 m Wheeler Mills Co CITY BAM - - BETHEL FEMALE COLLEGE tCth Session Begins Septom berl 1393 ¬ 1 M weuliiiMOilltr1 fiiHN J r lhuw jv 1 K v 100 4reiueit t aP a ir iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiMiiiMiiiiiiiMifiiitiiiiJtiWffililiilViiMiiiiiiriiiairttiiiiii in Hopkinsvlllb Tobacco ftttfkct ntctiottcd by J H Etflcton of Cuinminga it Kgfjlcton Co Incorjmtntod buyor oil ordorofUealorln ami handler of lent tobacco BASEBALL SPECIAL RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS Pittsburg 6 Louisville 3 New York 10 Brooklyn 1 GAMES 21 Aud the New Modem The Kentuckian FOR ONLY Year Itlatlicws ScwIur Mncliiuc 40 Washington ing off very rapidly Hence the Brooklyn 38 offerings will be very small from Louisville 47 now on 49 St Louis There is some report of the to-¬ bacco in low places commencing to SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY pinch by having a little too much Louisville at Pittsburg rain However the upland is look Cincinnati at Chicago ing well with the exception pf be ¬ St Louis at Cleveland ing very uneven incize The trade Brooklyn at New York is looking forward to the fif- ¬ Boston at Philadelphia teen days vacation to begin Baltimore at Washington which is the 1st of August becoming- very popular with all Meeting of the Kentucky Board the markets besides very benficial of Pharmacy to the buyer and warehousemen A meeting of the Kentucky Board There were representatives on the of Pharmacy will be held at the breaks this week from Prance and Louisville hotel at 11 oclock a m Germany Tuesday July 12 The main pur WEEKLY ItEPORT pose for the meeting is for the ex-¬ 290 hhds amination of candidates for regis- ¬ Receipts for week 8215 hhds vonr tration under the new law The j avo tc week Sales members of the board are Dr J W 6163 year Fowler of Louisville President J 587 II Offerings for week 19 L If W Gale of Frankfort Secretary Rninntinna C Lewis Diehl Louisville A R QUOTATIONS3 00 Johnson Henderson and C S Por- ¬ 2 00 Trash Lugs 3 00g 3 50 ter Somerset Lues 4 50 4 OOfi Medium lucre 6 00 New Pythian Officers 4 50i Low lfcaf 7 50 6 C0 leaf Common The following officers will be in- ¬ 9 00 7 50 Medium leaf 12 00 stalled at the next meeting of Ever- ¬ 10 00 Gqod leaf 17 50 green Lodge 15 00 Pino Leaf E A Cottrell P C v J D Morris C C West for the Sales by Gaither V C H Tardy V C past week G E Dalton Prelate Leaf 32 hhds medium to good J B Allensworth M at A 8 50 12 75 G H Champlin M of E 54 hhds common tomedium6 25 W C Wright K of R andS 8 50 R P West M of F Lugs 62 hhds medium to good Bailey Waller M of W 3 25 6 20 W D Ehnis O G 14 hhds common to medium SI 80 L F Atkinson I G 3 50 y Will Move to Eddy ville Hopkinsville Produce Harket Col Max M Hanbery will move Cash prices paid by HopkiuBville his family to Eddy villc about the merchants first of October having already Bacon leased property at that place He QauiB couutry 810c will continue in the active practice Shoulders 4si5Jo of the law He will have an office Sides 57c in Eddy ville and one at Paducah 67c and vill divide his time about equal- ¬ Laid Country Produce ly between the two places Mr Butter 12ilBo Hanbery has been very successful 7c as a practitioner in Cadi and will EtfEB 2528e doubtless command a splendid prac- ¬ New feathers I 1821e tice in his new field Telephone Beeswax I ed on Tuesday at Ragsdale Coop- ¬ er Co selling at 1750 All fine tobacco is in good demand and when ever it appears competition Is very great Bremen and SnufT strips were Very active We quote them from one half to one cent higher than last week The mar- ¬ ket as a whole was higher than previous week Receipts are fall ¬ Hopkinsville jiity 6 1898 rhn offerinir this week shovved i i H rt lllnrtlf cciv Some improvement aver mt on the fine tobacco were ful ¬ Prices The high ¬ ly up to previous prices est price of the season was obtain ¬ 1 i- m i in i im it Washington 2 Baltimore 1 Philadeldhia 6 Boston 5 Cleveland 6 St Louis 5 Cincinnati 7 Chicago 5 HOW THEY STAND ill arm Sewing Machine With rail tho latost im provements Clubs Wor 47 41 40 30 40 37 ost 23 27 27 27 30 31 34 PC 671 603 597 591 571 544 484 437 428 417 319 319 urod i Cincinnati Boston Tho best Machine for the least money ovor manufacr Cleveland Baltimore Chicago War News dSi eflromicijamijaTtifla jcy w4mmmmmaimutimimmimmmjm9tu nliii Hlinii iitiMrktttbmmmmmmmm J Pittsburg New York Bimplo Light running noiseless durable Evory Machine warranted years 21 Philadelphia T22 28 30 27 22 23 36 10 A 150 Machine for for and freight prepaid Cash must accompany al orders SlKOlfl CATIONS and one half Inches high and eight and one half inches long Inside measurement This is as high as any family maohlno made and must not be confounded with the medium or so called high arm ma ohlnea The bead plato sets lntoorlovoliWitlt tho table Tho Needle Is stralghtJself acllng flat on one side and cannot bo sotfwrong Tho Shuttle Is open on tho end cylinder ihapo and absolutely solf thrcadlng The Bearings Aro all steel woll fitted and adjustable Self threading The machine Is and no holo to put tho thread through except theeyo of the needle Tho Feed Is posltlvo in action and has no iprlngs to get outof order Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind the oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread TheStltch Is double lock stitch The same on both sides and will not rojel Can be lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty stitches to tho inch TheTenslon Is a flat spring tension and adjustable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nlcklo plated and has a loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder without running machine The Movement Is tho celebrated eccentric movements positive in action and fewor work ¬ ing parts than any machine on the market The Stand lias large balance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadle is large and hangs In cone centers and all lost motion canbe taken up asters under cch end and can bo easily moved A nice dress guard over Tho Head Ts live v ¬ wheel to keep drcs3 from getting on wheel Attachments Aro tho famous Johnsons sot in a tin box and consists of tucker rufller fourhemmers binder quitter foot hommor and lellcrundor braider and sheerer oil can and oil two screwdrivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb scrow guago and book of directions The Furniture Is well mado hlohly rol- lsnoct and elegant in appearance All these machines will bo sent out with oak furniture unless walnut Is specified Kach machine has a lock to the drawers and cover nlco nlokcl plate drop rings to all drawers All machines ore well packed and crated JtKAD OUK GUARANTEE Th New Mathews Machine Is warranted 10 years from date of purchase and thirty days trial of It If perfect and entire satisfaction is not given the machine may bo rcshlpped to to us at our expense and the money paid us will bo refunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what- ¬ ever in purchasing tho New Mathews Machine 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 eo shipped to us at our expense aud the money will bo re- ¬ funded All communications regarding the New Mathews Machine should be addressed to HERE is no need for the J people of Hopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub- - f scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reliable wor news ¬ 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 new s K CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine This machine is manufactured with tho view of supplying a long felt A Modern High arm firstchiBS Sewing Machine with all late improvements and of first class material and good workmanship including tho best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instructions accompanies every machine tvant to wit ¬ In making your remittance we prefer postoffico money ordor registered letter express money ordes or New York Exchange Individual checks unless certified to will not bo received ¬ ts iv fi 1 - i ri v mII IS fi- AN OPEN LETTER WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR CASTORIAM THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD AS OUR TRADEMARK PITCHERS CASTORIA t To HERS RIGHT service ¬ I m TO that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken AND J DR SAMUEL PITCHER Tallow G iueeng pur II llouoy Tub washed svool 222f Greiiod Poultry 1318c Twenty nine sheep introduced into the Australian colonies in 1788 are 7J8c now represented by 120000000 of the 26o liuoBt wool sheep in the world 2ic was the originator of on every has borne and does now bear wrapper the fac simile signature of 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 on the the hind you have always bought of Hyannis Massachusetts CASTORIA the same that m i kiS 7- tucky 1 ill IWMImmmn 1 1H3 E3EJ 1 11 1 Daily delivered In the city Ms Per Week Vr 6 k and has the signature of per Y chickens live per ilozSLC0l80 2c Roosters Grain 3 Clovor per bushel 45o Corn 50o Wheat 50o Corn shelled Live stock Hogs 8V25 Sheep H250300 T250350 Cattle 3l00826 Calves 4i00425 Lambs Hides and Furs Green hides 67c Green salted hides 7c Dry flint in12c Vegotabloa 75o Now potatoes por bushel Y Cabbage per Head 85o Watertnolous 2535o Florida Flour Retail j U25 Patent per bbl 375 Standard per bbl Hay Farmer Pingrees agricultural rec ord iHaway abovo that of Farmer Loi tor8 No one has authority from me use my name except The Centaur Company of which Chas H Fletcher is President Cfo to wrap- ¬ OHIO Keniuckian Bids 212S Main ¬ Tele 99 2 RATES RY MAN QUARTERLY REPORT OI 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 TIIK Daily One Month - Daily Three Months - 35 100 Pembroke Deposit Bank INCOnrOIUTED Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition 1 400 yr 200 J m At the closo or busiuoss Juno 31 1898 The Kind You Have Always Bought BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF In Pembroke Ky RESOURCES 7060588 Directors Loans to Directors olllcors not in 143000 eluded ii400oo Lonua to onioors l2Lioi Overdrafts Unticourod S lJm 00 Duo from State Hanks and Hankers 1000 and Lot IlankliiR House aloo00 Mortgages 400000 OtherSvooks and nonds Spoclo Loans and dlr counts leas loans to The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its y news pages are illustrated with the A hfist nifYhirns to lift nhlninnrl w irrl UW lv lpooo Ourronoy Othor Items carried as Oash Furnlturo and Fixtures JJnnklng Houso Aco unt new Build- Ing In process of erection Total 107IU8 aTOGOS 72151 100000 1 Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You THE CINTAUR COMPANY TT MURtlAY BTniCT NEW YORK OITY 21GI 07 tl0170370 Bran Clover por owt Good Timothy reu1lf v Tomatoes 4 Fancy por dozffv Choico per doJf Green Com jfauoy doz earn Choice doz osrp Mtfl Mollic IV t rtfw VK klMvllk 1m snendintf Xhm WMd tarm Withf her siierrMri TMST HlimiltonV PrpcJwnridg Hw Crric LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In In cash f BO 00000 750000 Surplus Fund Ucpoaits subject to check on which JU38U liiteiwUs not paid Duo state Banks and 1600000 11500000 Bankors U7300 Unpaid Dlvldonds Hooooo nils Payable to pay Taxes lWl15 Set aside loo 5o Dividend HJspercont this day SI017C27O Total 70c Statu of Kentucky county n Christian ss yy lumuiuuo uw 12Jc posit w uuniuii rrcsmout oiaud d Ing bust Hank a Bank located uessln tho tovng iembroko In said county bolngduly aworn says thq foregoing Keport Is In all rospcels a true statement of tho coudl 20o tlonof tho sold Bank at thooloso of business on tho Both day of June ibiw to tho best of his lOo knowledgaaiid belief aud further says that tho business of said Bank has bton transacted at tho location named and not clsuwhere and that tho above report Is mado In compll an olllolol notlco received from 10c anew with pfMato dealgnatlug the UOth day the of Secretary 8 as 8c JunolH nioda tho day ou wlilth such ropprt shall bo Subscribed and sworn to bofora mo by It W Downer Vce lresldent tho 6h day of July Subscribe Now And Get The News 2g Send in your subscription by man uau at me oince in rne nen tuckian Building firt floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone 99 2 m I mZ MmmmmmtmntmmmmtmmmmM Dont Do a Thing 1 ijntil you have seen my new line of imported j SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS guarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN- SHIP thejbest that money can secure I J g Address V 111 faj t wttAllalKNotUubCKy K WDowur V itv Hwn a urn wasBi lrldti rtrvuuir jg- - no h aouin mum 1 1 J L Tobitl Tailor H I 1 r Hlinn ullUiUi UnoAUm Pnli i inn 111 V IIIMillll w - - - w UWUUiUUUUUl I 1 1 immiuiMrimmiMi W I I k 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 hi litt 3 v HOPKINSVILLE KY -- - K p tW4t4 Mfc t qWTWUf H TIAIN IMT WAIT Her they ae reased stituents joRF F0 Etfattmd THE ARMY THE EAGLE IN A SCRAP Lieut Southcrtand5 Mucky Little Il iTTitilTi lift ftm Councilman Walls Good Work for His Sixth Ward Con ¬ A u if II 1 i w 4 3r I I Iftn i i j hi OEdmund Starling the 0F son of Circuit Court Clerk J Matt J Starling failed to come home to supper AVednesday evening In- ¬ quiry was made and it was found that he had left on the train south man whose name was Corbett about this work for his constituents with Lieut Col Jouett Henry and stopped her and refused to let the who have been clamoring- forvit lor John Stites Jr jf boy get on without a half rate tick years He had been anxious for some Street Superintendent Twyman et Sirs Aventt explained that time to enlist in the army and his her child was only 4 years old last will begin the work as soon as the father at once concluded that he Hay and entitled to pass free but deeds to the street are secured and had gone to Chickamauga with bis Corbett refused and sent her back recorded friend young Stites after a ticket Yesterday Mr Starling went to GREAT SUCCESS She ras at the window buying Chickamauga to see his boy and talk the ticket and was told that it t over the matter with him If he Hi She found that Is the Big Endeavor Meeting in finds him especiallj anxious to join would cost 111 Remnants Domestics Print Gingham H only 75 cents in change Nashville she had the army he may let him enlist but was getting- the ticket with the with his consent Otherwise he assistance of some one when the At the great Endeavor meeting will bring the young man back Linens Sheetings Dress Goods SiiksEmbroideries TERMS OF PEACE flagman hearing her say she did in Nashville every one is delighted with him not hare enough money ordered mat matters are moving ott so Edmnnd is a boy of herculean Etc in greater profusion that ever before the train to more and it pulled out smoothly The convention while frame and splendid physique He Here is a Suggestion that Will be the agent in the meanwhile trying it is not so large as some of the is a steady gooa loy ana has re- ¬ Interesting to Spain The great sale throughout our stock goes merrily on Bar to get it to wait others that have been held will be cently been his fathers assistant gains are runinng wild here as they never run before Its your Mrs Averitt was rery indignant one of the grandest conventions in the clerks office New York July 8 Special and said she would sue the road spiritually that the Endeavors He comes of fighting stock and The Journal figures the terms of chance to buy shoes and dry goods at next to nothing figures She left for Bowling Green on the have ever had Conditions now are would make a fine soldier peace thus t next train at 1116 p m such that the great number of ex- ¬ First The prompt evacuation of TO DAYS MARKET REPORT cursionists and tourists who usual- ¬ Sec- ¬ Cuba by the Spanish Army PERSONAL GOSSIP ly attend these conventions are not ond The permanent possession of here Hence the meeting cannot be Corrected Dally Bjr Hen Kawlin Hanker Porto Rico by the United States and Ilroker UopklnsvlUe Ky Third A coaling station in the Mr T W Wootton is back from other than a great spiritual feast ot which Endeavorers from North Canary Islands Fourth The in- ¬ Dawson Chicago Market and South East and West will par- ¬ Opg Higt I Closing definite retention of the Philippines Miss Lida Donaldson returned take and go home bettered by hav ¬ to insure the payment of indemnity 77 Cash Wheat from Dawson this afternoon ing been here l 69 Wheat G8 v69tf ORDINANCE Enthusiasm and patrotism seem Sept Wheat 68 f Mr Milton Gant of Owensboro 69 Dec to know uo bounds Each of the is in the city An ordinance to amend and re- 33 32 32 officers and speakers on the Sept Corn 33 Corn 33I- - 33tf ordain Section No 2 of an ordinance programmes is greeted with Dec Fork is spending the day here 20 20 20 X adopted and approved April 6th an ovation and the mere mention Sept Oats io 00 1897 which is an amendment to Sirs J E Gossett and Miss Liz 10 10 10 10 of the united north and south is Sept Pork Section No 1 of an ordinance enti- ¬ 5 60c 5 60 z zie White of Julien visited the city 5 52 all that is needed to start an out-¬ Sept Lard tled Nuisances chapter 26 of to day 5 65 5 57 5 65 burst of cheers that awake the Sept Ribs the Revised Ordinances of the City calls 69 Sirs Ellen Hester returned last echoes of what remains of the Cen- ¬ Sept wheat puts 68 of Hopkinsville adopted and ap - tennial City night from a visit to friends in PaNew York Stocks and Cotton proved August 6 1894 Be it or- ¬ ducah Opg I HigF Closing dained by the Board of Council of X HERE AND THERE 6 05 6 03 Aug Cotton 6 04 Mrs Clemens Ueter and children the City of Hopkinsville Ky that PER YEAR 1 22 1 22tf Am Tob 1 22 returned Wednesday from Jeffer- the section of the ordinance men- ¬ Quarterly court convenes next Chicago Gas 99 tf 1 00 100 sonrille Ind tioned in the title of this ordinance 1 07 1 06 Q 1 0G C B Miss Lucy Tandy left for Pem- ¬ Monday be and the same is hereby amended 54 54 54 N A big barbecue and brandance L broke yesterday afternoon to visit and re ordained so as to read as 1 05 L 05 Manhattan A 05 will be given at Big Rock Tenn relatives follows 1 32 1 33 Sugar L 32tf All things which by the common Miss Myrtle Holman went toCrof- - near Lafayette to morrow 25 Coal Iron 25 25K law and the Statute law of the ton this morning on a visit to rela Mr O A Smith of Guthrie and Chicago Kecelptd To dy Commonwealth of Kentucky are Miss Etta Gower of near Sadlers tives and friends 23 Cars deemed or declared nuisances are ville Tenn eloped to Clarksville Wheat Miss Jennie Richardson of Pem Corn 214 Cars hereby declared such within the broke is visiting Mrs J W Wil- - Wednesday and were married by f 73 Cars city ofHopkinsville Ky and in ad- ¬ Oats Esq Finis Ewing It was a very Uiams Total Clearances All Iorts dition thereto it is hereby declared youthful couple Sir John P Burnett went over to Wheat and Flour Exp G2500lQ1bus that the following shall be deemed M Dawson this afternoon to soend a QDavid Bourland a Crofton Ky nuisances within the said city Viz merchant is said to have eloped CROFTONSNEW few days POSTMASTER Ponds of stagnant water which with an unknown woman deserting shall become offensive and suffered Sir John W McPherson has re- ¬ his wife They were traced to turned irom a sojourn of a week Henderson and Evansville and Esq Benton Brown Succeeds Pop- ¬ to remain upon the premises of any person dung heaps privies that with friends in Madisonville ular Will Martin then lost sight of Clarksville are on the line of any street or al- ¬ Little Miss Talmage Cook of Journal Mr Bourland is at his ley or nearer to the line of any Elmo is the guest of MrWT Wil ¬ home in Crofton Esq SI B Brown was appointed little daughter Adelia postmaster at Crofton Thursday public street or alley than five liamsons Henry Foster Enlists relieving W II Martin the Dem- ¬ lineal feet and hog pens and pig Mrs Col W K Caffee and two Henry Foster who failed to pass ocratic postmaster who has held on styes slaughter pens or houses sons Arthur and Mahlon are visit ¬ i ing Mr H L McPherson on loth the examination at Lexington since the change in the administra- ¬ Noxious slops or water in vessels f in or thrown upon private lots or writes his mother from Knoxville tion street They arrived from Chicka Tenn that he has enlisted in the Esq Brown is a member of the upon any streets sidewalk or alley mauga Ga Thursday morning Fourth Tennessee Volunteers un- ¬ bar of Christian county and aprom in the city dead animals putrid Rescinded the Contract der Capt J L Jordan He has inent Republican politician He is flesh fish hides and skins or any putrid or offensive matter of any Frankfort Ky July 6 The been appointed second corporal in better known as Benton Brown description State Printing Board composed of his company His health is excel- ¬ The same to take effect from and Rev J T Barrows Successor lent the GovernorSecretary of State and after its adoption and publication At a business metting of the Treasurer met yesterday and re- ¬ Approved July 8 1897 fT Felix Roberson at Home scinded the contract for the state church Wednesday night the Walnut3 I skl W I I F W Daiikey Slayor r J I V printing and binding now held by Private Felix Robinson of Co E -street Baptist church called Attest Lucien H Davis City Clerk 3rd Ky volunteers arrived last Rev Tyler Givens to the pastorate the M I Sowle Printing Company NOW OPEN of Louisville The board says the night from Chickamauga having says the Owensboro Slessengerl been called home by the death of The call was unanimous contractor was too slow in his work He suc and that it did not come up to the his younger brother Frank He coeds Rev J T Barrow who re- ¬ Is the Chalybeate Springs Hotel contract in quality and workman ¬ will return in a day or two cently resigned He is a youngf at Sebree minister and has risen rapidly ala ship A nississippi Lynching He is well known I wish to inform the people of Hop Greenville Sliss July 8 Spe- ¬ pulpit speaker A Runaway Couple throughout the Green river section kinsville and all others who wish cial Wes Gould charged with an You caii save money by- Miss Ettie Gower and Mr Oscar attempt to assassinate Win Wig ¬ and has preached at many of the to visit at Sebree Springs that my churches in this section of the house is now open after undergo- ¬ Smith a runaway couple from gins was lynched last night sale State Guthrie Ky were married in the ing repairs to visitors andfurther Two For Kentucky parlors of the Northington House Jake Rowes Besetting Evil T more that I have special arrange ¬ iu Clarksville Thursday afternoon president has sent in another The ments with train No 52 going The Third Baptist church SEE HAND BILLS FOR ITEMS Slagistrate Finis Ewin officiating list of appointments for the army north to stop regularly at the were accompanied by Sfiss Kentucky gets two Captains Reu Owensboro has at last taken action springs to accommodate visitors They Amanda Fox and Mr B F Gower ben M Buckley andChas F Ogden in Commonwealths Attorney Jake My rates range from 5 to 7 per Rowes case iind has turned him a brother of the bride They left week Children under ten half Sliss Effie Wood will goto Dawson out on a charge of drunkenness on the evening train for St Louis price Address Springs to morrow to spend two The downfall of this bright young G L Dial Illness weeks firs Coxs Sliss Wood has been of man within the last two years has Sebree Springs Ky been rapid aud complete By be- A telegram received by Mr C R fered a position as assistant teacher tnrr llnnlilr in rnntrnl liio nnnillln Remember the flaine Clark from Princeton states that in the Public Schools at Smithlanfl during the ensuing session and will he has spoiled what promised to be Place to get your fine Merchant his grandmother Sirs Irene Cox in a very brilliant career Tailoring is by Fowright Pants dangerously ill and will hardly likely accept made for 3 5 7 and Sults14 survive the week Mr Cox about Ike Johnspn and Sirs Lula Yaz The Council To night 15 20 eight yerfra agosuffered a paralytic her a colored couple living near The city council did not finish Miss Sarah Woodford of Hop ¬ ptroke from which uhe had never the city on the Clarksville pike its business Tuesday night and kinsville Ky ws called lo tfae ffilly recovered and a few day a were married Iut night by Rv J will met in adjouraeU TUrsskn to- - Iwluifl rJ tr ItffkAi rfTt1 Ttlttft ago Uffaa to if row rpiMy worse M MtchaU - The people on Bartley and West Eighteenth streets are rery much pieasea wiin tne action oi inc wjuu TralB PhIW Out While She Was cil in deciding- to improve those Sent Back to Purchase thoroughfares at once They have become important residence streets a Ticket A with a population of at least J00 people but for years they have been mere country roads as it Mrs Averittia lady from bar¬ ren county who bad been on a visit were But in councilman J T Wall to friends here bought a ticket to the Sixth Ward has a coun- ¬ Bowling Green and attempted to cilman who looks closely after N train Thurs- - the interests of his constituents and board the 513 L daj afternoon She was accompan ¬ he has within six months after en ied by her little boy and the flag¬ tering upon his duties brought - Mrs Averitts Boy Cam To Be Left Starting Goes to the -- ntp July 8 The small gunboat Eagle formerly a pleasure yacht gained its share of glory on July 5 While cruising off the har bor of Batabano an armed cruiser flying the Spanish flag wassighted The Eairle at once sent a shot across the bow Of the enemys much larger vessel which prepared to give fight The Eagle crowded in and let loose with allc her batteries firing as rapidly as possible The Spaniard after firing a lew shots turned and ran into the harbor chased by little American The Eagles foremast was shot off in the latter part of the fight and the cruiser a very fast one got away with little difficulty A few hours later on the same day the Eagle ran acexoss the big Spanish schooner Gallito off the Isle de Pinos One shot caused its surrender but the crew took to the boats and escaped The Eagle brought its prize into Key West The Gallito was loaded with cocoa nuts tobacco and general merchan- ¬ dise Key West HWi jap Heres Jf Frit Without His Faers Consent The Latter Now in Chkkamauga to See the Boy About His Ambition to Fight Money ForYou grbMwsale REMNANTS Tomorrow 1 - I The Daily Ksntuckiart 400 MfMMMkMMff fMWfi WIWNfi WW WfWVffi CUT v At A FROM NOW WH N 1IIA II d UU TI tlV 01 if attending this PETREE COMPANY - i Woo4tartl--ljur- oi V i L w ft -- - fi irf 5 Kirw -- I JA - r