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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n Read The iiEintiii ftO Ct Week tie miiu SUNDAY FIGHTING Shatter Throws a Few Shells Into Santiagos Forts Spanish Batteries Soon Ceased to Show Any Resistance Shafters Report A Washington July 11 Special The Spanish commander at San ¬ tiago persisted in his refusal to sur- ¬ render unconditionally at a few minutes past 4 oclock yesterday afternoon fire was opened by the light Spanish batteries TheSpan ish guns were soon silenced There was very little infantry firing and the engagement does not appear to have been more than a sort of de ¬ fiance on the part of the Spanish commander -- EtltUChiatLMEiMTrip IV We Set The Pace J gREAK fr J11 NO 64 HOPKINSVILLE KX MONDAY AFTEMOON JULY 11 1898 WATERMELON A PEIOE 2 CENTS I RIOT Texas Regiment in a Row Vith Florida Darkeys Lynching FAST And Furious the Battle ft A v M Day Pound Shells Were Falling r Averted If After One Man Was Narrowly Shot H f iH xHi i Miami Fla July 11 Special Several members of a Texas regiment attempted to wreck a Says Shafter Reports that General Engage M TB nto Beleaguered Santiago Casualties in Yester watermelon stand this morning and a dozen negroes defended the melon peddler with fire arms One negro was wounded during the firing Guards took a young negro from a crowd of the soldiers who were preparingto lynch him just in time meat Would Likely B e days Fight LIST OF THE DEAD AND WEUNDED Shatter reported to Washington July fay that trie firing this morning was confined to the navy and trtillery but that he expected to bring on a general engagement lis afternoon m go Santia The report of the casualties of the First division at yesterday afternoon was received to day as follows KILLED 2nd Inf Capt Charles W Rowell 2nd Inf Private Patterson WOUNDED Met Lutz 2nd Inf id Inf private Jaunch 2ndInf private Lentki private Nelson Gilbert 21st Inf v At the Break of Day New York July II 1240 p m Special A Washington ispatch says Gen jaybreak Shatter has informed the war department mt bombardment of Santiago was resumed this morning at - Two May be Saved Board of wreckers after three Special Del Este July 11 t vof r Mnrin Teresa and rn iys examination or eryeru s snips icpui ristobal Colonmay be saVed and made serviceable it prompt action is iken The Vfecaya Oquenclo J iuton ana r uiux nc WW The main batteries of all the ships may be saved The Vizcaya Bay a 4 v - ivs as blown up by her owntorpedoes 3 Fresh Hat For theArmy At ten oclock this morning itwas Special Washington July 11 pd at the War Department- that a dispatch had been received trom sn Shatter at four oclock saying that he intended to resume opera ins against Santiago this morning Commisiary General Egan has arranged to supply the American aops and Cubans with freBhbeef and fresh vegetables to be sentf from hxmpa and Mobile T The Cincinnati Ready for Duty Repairs on the cruiser Cincin Special Norfolk VaM July 11 She has been provisioned for a long voyage nati have been completed Snd sailed last evening for Key West thence to Havanaior Santiago M y V J 11 i jH1iili JEIH r 0T f l fo - SPAFJISH AWJY ONCERS tached and canceled as in this act The date of the departure of the Special San Francisco July 11 The Qlstrlct Committee In besslon provided to each of said bills of fourth expedition to Manila is made uncertain by the orders to Gen Otis of lading manifests or other memo- ¬ at Owensboro To Day randum and to each duplicate to be at Honolulu for the ceremony marking the formal occupation by the thereof a stamp of the value of one United States of the newly annexed territory of Hawaii The Republican Committeemen of cent the Second district are in session It is held therefore to be clearly to day at Owensboro with power to evident that iPan express company Move Soon Corps make a nomination for Congress or other carrier accepts goods for It is supposed they will endorse transportation it must issue to the Special Every effort is being made t Chattanooga July 11 a candidate without the formality consignor a bill of lading or receipt The candidates duly stamped and the stamp can- ¬ get the First Corps ready to move The Second Brigade and the Firs of a convention are Geo W Jolly of Daviess and celed Ohio Cavalry go to morrow morning probably to Tampa f W T Fowler of Christian county If such company or carrier refit tv went over to Owensboro es to accept goods for transporta ¬ Mr Fowler accompanied by tion except on condition that the Sunday night Move Col Bryan Ready Messrs A II Anderson Jas F consignor shall pay the price of the c RogerH and Dr Andrew Sargent stomp in addition tp the regular Col W J Bryans regiment is now Special Omaha July 11 Miss Una Moreiipld of Qlafks charge for the service performed or ready for the field duty It ts said unofficially that it will be sqnt to Yille Tenn i visiting relatives in proposed to be performed the inter na revenue laws afford np remedy Tampa tbi city j i i to prevent them from swinging him jJHK Gen Shaffers report of it states UK that he expects by to morrow to have force enough to block- all the STAMPS roads to the northwest This seems to indicate that it is not his plan to begin the general and final assault On Telegrams Must Be Paid for until these troops are in position It is believed here that the city By Senders of Messages will fall before night It is now stated that Gen Pando turned back when within twenty If Express Companies Refuse to miles of Santiago not caring to SPay the Stamp Laws Af push on and share the responsibil- ¬ J ity for the inevitable fall of the city ford No Remedy The American position has grown stronger every day The line now Washington July 11 The Com- ¬ extends for five miles in the shape missioner of Internal Revenue is re of a horseshoe and is in such a ceiving hundreds of telegrams and position that it seems impossible letters from merchants manufac- ¬ for the Spaniards to withstand the turers and Boards of Trade as fire that can be poured upon them well as from Senators and Repre- ¬ Nineteen Spanish soldiers who sentatives asking his construction ran into the American lines and of the war revenue law of 1898 upon surrendered say that the Spanish the point as to who should pay for troops would desert in companies and affix a stamp upon telegraphic if they only felt sure of good treat ¬ messages and upon express receipts ment or bills of lading given by express Reinforcements for Gen Shafter railroad and steamboat companies are arriving rapidly at Siboney and other common carriers for The St Paul and Catania aKrived goods transported by them with troops yesterday lie has made general answer to 5 all such inquiries to this effect The Enemy Opened First As to the stamp on a telegraphic Special message the law does not specify Washington July 11 Early this morning the War De- ¬ who shall furnish it It simply im- ¬ partment gave out the following poses the tax of one cent upon each dispatch from Gen Shafter message and prescribes in section Playa del Este July 10 Adj- ¬ 18 that no telegraph company or utant General Washington Head- ¬ its agent or employe shall trans- ¬ quarters Fifth Corps July 10 En- ¬ mit to any person any dispatch or emy opened fire a few minutes past message without an adhesive stamD 4 oclock with light gans which denoting the tax imposed by this Very act being affixed to a copy thereof were soon silenced by ours little musketry firing and the enemy or having the same stamped there- ¬ gept entirely in their entrench- ¬ upon and in default thereof shall ments Three men slightly wound- ¬ incur a penalty of ten dollars ed Will have considerable force The Commissioner holds there- ¬ to block all the fore that the sender of the message to morrow enough I am quite should stamp it road on the northwest SHAFTER well In the case of the stamp required to be affixed to an express receipt Another Attempted Burglary or bill of lading given by an express An attempt was made Sunday or railroad company or other com- ¬ night to break into the hardware mon carrier the law specifically store of Gus Young on Virginia states that It shall be the duty of every railroad or steamboat com ¬ street a colored man pany carrier express company or Gene Timmons living in the rear heard a man corporation or person whose occu- ¬ trying to open the rear window pation it is to act as such to issue The to the shipper or consignor or his and reported to the police while the police were agent or person from whom any man escaped goods are accepted for transportat- ¬ coming He was seen and was a tall ion a bill or lading manifest or heavy negro man He had broken other evidence of receipt and for out a glass and was trying to re warding for each shipment received move the wire screen inside when for carriage or transportation whether in bulk or in boxes bales discovered packages or not so inclosed or in- ¬ cluded and there shall be duly at ¬ REPUBLICANS MEET - Started Soon THE SHIPS AID IN THE SHELLING reports have been re- ¬ ceived of yellow fever among the troops in Cuba War depart- ¬ 11 fflr Washington July Special No ment officials do not look for furious fighting to day The pro- ¬ gram is to maintain a continuous harassing fire No charge on the works of the enemy is expected Gen Corbin says the op- ¬ erations were to be resumed this morning and are probably go ing on now They Want to Know New York July 11 Special A Madrid dispatch to the what con- ¬ Herald says The keynote of political circles is a desire to know will be the American terms of peace Sagasta and all may tinue to deny but peace terms are pending A Blockade Runner Nabbed 4 Aquadores Julg 11 Special By preconcerted arrangement the army and ships dropped shells into Santiago yesterday afternoon The action lasted till 445 when the rain interfered with the signal tele- ¬ phones The firing lasted an hour It is impossible from the sea to es mate results Our loss was slight Earnest fighting is expected to day A Norwegian freight steamer Bratton was captured yesterday morn- ¬ ing by the Brooklyn She had supplies sent to Santiago by speculators The People of Spain Want Peace Special Madrid advices this morning say Lisbon July 11 Although public opinion is divided sentiment is rapidly drifting in the direction of peace The conviction is strengthening that the govern ¬ ment will be unable to withstand it The Cabinet also is divided Madrid July 11 Special The Queen Regent to day held a long conference with Minister Robledo s Montervideo Loading at Vera Cruz Minister Claxton of Mexico in- ¬ Special Washington July 11 forms the State department that the Spanish auxilary cruiser Montevi- ¬ deo is loading provisions at Vera Cruz ostensibly for Santo Domingo but it is believed her destination is really Cuba An effort will be made to intercept her n Our Pacific Ocean Territory First to fl to h v rr iLo Lt- - j fj a i W i S VJ ipwrftTOpww flsii WHiMHMlHHHllRinnMmnmMnilillmnaMinOT r a R5S9f5 aXiUU - V uX-- llli U I -- J - mm TCfoe 3ail fcentuckian ti YOUNG- COBAtf HERO SIA1EMKNT OP CONDITION or thk swc Iubl shcl every tiyoItisrjBiccpt Sunday CKAS K MUSACHAM 212 B Main by Delivered by carriers o all nam tf the WPBEK rltjr j F6urten Xears 10 CENTS MJt a Majwrln the lasinrgcut Army 4 Old Skit First - tetiiml - Bank II Per Month SUBSCRIPTION KATES 515 Pbk n ekk in Advance 100 Prr Year itf Advance PebSMontds in Advance 10 400 Time ami Aurntn tie Hn LcU HHeern at Attnrk on the Snnlnrd Jlw Sci In America io Stud - KENTUCKY IKPKINSVILLB at the do of biiHitioBH JUNE 00 1898 overdrafts US fcpfldf to secure clrculiuion giber Horn Loan RKSOUKCKS Mid Discounts ence tit liYr DEMOCRATIC t 1 TICKET FOR CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN i OP UNION COONTV THE EIGHTH DISTRICT RACE The Democratic contention to fchoose a candidate for Congress in the Eighth district will meet at There are Danville to morrow four candidates Hon Geo G Gil iiouh M 2 807178 in Fourteen-year-ol- d Crescendo de Va 9W0 Iff-- II I i i yi - hi T MB IE 4 I McCfcary ni4il Mookuald In t uirxxtrSn Sam Clark who killed Carneyat bert Hon Jas B Surplog fund n5177 and Hon Undivided profltl 2M4J Mayfield was given ten years in Hon Jno B Thompsen Circulation 1440000 B A Cruncher to pay Txe Fund 139167 the penitentiary He will take an uotaBanit8 113680 The county mass conventions Dividends unpaid appeal 9U0O Dividend thladay were held Saturday and a lively lWOuo tudlvldool eppslta MM The conyea t Italwis showinga very friendly interest wassbown 1374 an ii Total c tlons were in manv counties tfie A dividend ots per cnt declared feeling Tfor thet United States payable innr after July iiw In Anderson If held Shouldthe nations of Europe divide largest ever I ThosWLong Cashier of tboabbvetDsmod was 1300 up she would be very apt to line the number participating bank do solemnly swear that the auove state nient Is truo to the beat of my knowledge and in Lincoln 1278 in Boyle 1292 and up on our side belief The in others equally as large Titos W LoNOUasblnr Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 80 All fear of yellow fever at Mc instructed vote for McCreary is 64 day of Juno 1898 Walter Kklmt n p has passed away for Gilbert 60 for Thompson 17 and Henry Tenn The vote for Mc ana tne quarantine nnsueeii raiscu for Crutcher 14 Quarterly Report prompt Creary represents his total strength The desease was handled so OP THE lyand effectively that it was not al- in the district leaving him seven AU of the lowed to extend beyond McHenry short of a nomination candidates are supported by other Gov McCord has announced that delegations either instructed sec- ¬ Cft HOPKINSVILLE KY he has received indefinite leave of ond choice or unalterably opposed at the close cf business on tho SOthday of absence from his duties as the Ex- ¬ to McCreary In Anderson county June 1898 IUJSOUUCES ecutive of Arizona and will take the resolutions took a whack at Loans and Discounts less loads to command as Colonel of the regiment McCreary declaring That merely Dlrcctornk 11437818 save Loans to OOlcew 18W5 6I ny of infantry now being- recruited in to stand on the platform is not Overdrafts uusecured B0I14CO J i it V V Na4 jnal BanksU 2C92a Due from the four Territories enough he must believe in the Duo frdm State Banks and1 J Bankers lfl tnA i2U8ns principles set out and advocated Other real estato 8829 0ft Commissioner Scott has ruled that Other gtooksaud bonds 0iUW This grows out in the platform peolo where money is deposited in a bank of the well known fact that it took Curreijcy Exchange for cloarlngs ibstlKi and a certificate in due form is is- ¬ Mr McCreary about two years to FurnltjUre and fixtures SEE HAND a80325 FOR ITEMS to the depositor this cer- ¬ sued decide which side he would go Totol 21220970 tificate if not drawing- interest LIABILITIES with xvi 1 PfcOTfl A ill requires a two cent stamp but if There are no contests and the Capital stock paldln In cash J 7600000 surpluafund 10 00000 no certificate is delivered to the de- ¬ convention will probably m- - WM I war DuoDcposltore as follows viz be organ- ¬ Deposits ubleot to cheek On which positor and a credit is made upon ized by the opposition to McCreacy lnterot fsnot paid 1S83G231 Duo Slate BanVs and Bankers his pass book it does not constitute with perhaps a Crutcher man 1S9B1 Unpaid Utvjdflnas in 2 2o0 00 Kent account a certificate of deposit and is not the chair That they will eventual- ¬ 117 97 subject to the tax Total 212 2C9 19 ly get together there is hardly a STATE OF KENTUCKY ss t 18 votes County of Christian Lopez Chaves Blancos former doubt Gilbert lacks only 7 Jno BTrlco Cashier of the Planters votes having- enoturh and has Bank a bank located and doing business secretary is said to be under ar of atNo ltfMainstln the town of Uopklnsvllle in Jessamine after Crutcher In said countv bulncdtilv sworn navn thnt tlm rest in Mexico for trying- to organ forcgonKxetort isln all respects a truentate 17 votes will go to Gil- ¬ ize a raiding- expedition into Texas Thompsons cicntof the condi Una of the aId ballk nt the close of business pn tne SOth day of June bert whenever they leave Thomp ¬ He had enlisted 500 Spanish sympai nia io me oesi oi ins knowledge and son There appears to be but one beief und furthorsays that the business of said thizers when taken in charge The bank hus been transacted at tho location combination that can beat Gilbert named and not elsewhere and that the intentions of the Mexicans are no above rcort is made In compliance with an to throw his olHclal nbtlco received from theSeeietary of doubt kindly towards Texas but that is foe McCreary Statt designating the 80th day of June vote to either Thompson or IbflSas the day on which such report shall be the will confer a favor by turning entire made As he and Thompson Crutcher MAJ DE VARONA the invaders loose What the Jno B Trice Cashier appears The Youngest Officer In the Cubgn Army JD UussellDlrectov Texans would do to them would be a are unfriendly Crutcher HK Trice Director to be the most probably dark horse Ira L Smith Di rtjctqr plenty and had slain the enemies of J3uba by Subscribed and sworn to before mo by Jno B rico the 2d day of JulyiS8 the thousands in the little frrTovi of Ira h Smith NPC i Now it is the Northwestern coast WHITEWASH COMMISSIONS jjuihi irees near ins uuusl wowehne tr cnurgeq wnu nis mucneie erpsseu instead of the Northeastern that is QUARTERLY REPORT to death over the Span Gov Bradley Appoints a Court of troches broke up ambuscades and car frightened ried fonresseb Ilia father had told ish gunboats The Navy Depart- ¬ him of the long war that ended In 1875 to Investigate Inquiry ment has been informed that a which had lasted more years than thp Pembroke Deposit Bank boy had lived Spanish privateer carryingfiveguns Frankfort Ky July 11 Gov When the news of Martis death came is hovering off the coast of British INCOniOKATBD Bradley has appointed Capt AVm the boy decided td run away for Mart to last ac- ¬ Columbia According I 0 fl I Green Capt was a dear friend of his father andi At tlib close of business d una 30 189S counts the privateer was between Turner of Bowling Crescpncjo loved himfocthebravedeeds In Pembroke Ky Price Charlotte Sound and Dixons Calhoun of Lexington and Col A he had heard his father tell of He RESOURCES T71 1 t Prompt instructions E Wilson Judge Advocate General would kill some Spaniards for Murtis Loans and dl counts less loahs to rosc j 3S Entrance rroin 01a nine worn preju- ¬ Ulrcctots of Louisville a court of inquiry to sake So he went Lonn- to llrectors have been sent to the military offlcors not lni Col Gomez was movies east and was sup-- J eluded liaioo dices and ideas and make yotrr purchases o Wines and of the northwest coast investigate charges made by authorities Louus to Ofllcers 2100 00 of the poedj to be somewhere to the south of Overdrafts Unsecured te to prepare for a visitation The Castleman and members Due frAui State BiuiWs and establishment Buy from us 25 Liquors at an Puerto Louisville Legion against Col For south toPrincipe Crescendo started Ddnklng House and Lot Bankers lam oo looo privateer is supposed to be lying in find Uomez und he did but H MfirtKUKCA 31W00 andiyjim will be sure of getting your moneys worth odboo Other wait for gold laden ships from rester and others in regard to the¬ took him 13 days to do jt during vUjicb specie dioeks and Bonds tt07PS removal of arms from the Louis- time he had little to eat but fruit tirreitey lCoC00 270J OS Alaska 71051 Otliet Items carried as I was almost a gunva jelly when 1 Furnltuicand Hxtures Cash ville Legion Our Whiskies and Wines are The personalities ooooy f he snid to a Uanklog House Aocnlit new Bnild of this have caused reached the insurgents The people run out of Santiago growing out Ing lfiprooeasof brcqtlou 21GI07 Cincinnati Tribune reporterf in telling Recommended by all physicians by the threat of bombardment are the caustic card writing between of the trip I rati away from ho pre Total l0727q the Governor and Colonel because my fnMiei would not give me proving a burden to the Americans MABIL1TIES permission to go to war though he wns Capltajstock paid in in cash 3000000 For medical purposes Twenty thousand retugees are now uniluMFund 75UOW AWFUL CRIME glad Hhad a tpirit to light the Span Deposits subject to check on which within the American lines at El i had another boy with me lards 13378 51 jjiiutuhuh noi puui Caney to be fed by Gen Shafter Juan Ijrjjjjf was his naintt That tneansj Due rtate Banks and u Hankers 15000 00 18 00000 Weihave the finqsbar in the city where oxiwill r e- This he can not do as it is with An Inhuman Hother Tries to John Drown in Enirlish He was three Unpaid Dividends 27800 aiHWlayable 00000 ceive polite years dlflatfilian He wanted to light difficulty that sufficient food for the Drown Her Infant and JCW1U1Q Set alde to pay Taxes r with ObmoTalso but he could use car- - Dividend UJt per cui t this day 1050 men in the trenches can be brought Liquors are thetbest and our BeeT the coldest penters toohU So lie was put to work Total II017C270 to the front The refugees mostly One of the most heinous crimes at a tfinnery and in a hop to make had Statu of Kentucky county of Christian ss W women and children were practi- ¬ ever perpretrated in our city was dies for the insurgent tuinctt Irosldont of Iombrbko De posit Uank a Hank loeated and d lng bu cally driven from Santiago by Li- ¬ attempted Sunday says the Guth- ¬ Gen Gomez gate me a jacket nnd nossin the f wnof Ionibroke In said county beingduly orn bays the foiegolng nares As a rule they are open in rie Courier Mary Long daughter trousers ond a pair of shoes made In Is in ullrespcusu truo statement of the lteport condi tlon f Bailkat thocloso their hostility to the United States of Dan Long rebiding near Olm one of the insurgentI lactones Thej outhotl the said of JunelMW to theof bmlupgs thdnj his were too large but could wear thorn knoMledgehiid belief and further best ofthat says and many of them are the families stead grew tired of her with some leaves inside Then I could the business of said Bank has been transacted of men serving in the Spanish child and attempted to wear sandals mode of the hark froip at tho location named and not elsewhure and that the abovo report is made compll ariuo with nn ranks The Red Cross Society is end its life She procured a coffee near the top of the palm trees which Secretary of uulclal notico receivedInfiom tho Mate designating tho 0th day of aiding somewhat in caring for the sack and put the babe therein then were almost as good as sltoes 1 had si JunelbS as tho day on which such report machete and a carbine and u pistol too shall bo made refugees but can not do much went to the branch near the rail- ¬ I was sure I should kill many Spaniards Subscribed mjd sworn to before me by H W Downer Yce fresidonf tho Bth day of July road and pitched the child in with them I shot some I knpw but I JW 3 JUG AND KEG TRADE A SPECIALTY The war will while extending Some parties found the child during could rjot stop to see if they were dead1 WEustlceA Hall Not Pub OCKy It WDpwiier V President tl our domain at the same time sound the day and notified ex Judge Wil- ¬ lne commanuer In chief kept mc 17 VAOarncttPlrector J Uf William- - Director with him until we met Antonio Maceot the death knell of the narrow-minde- d KustlceA liaiKDirJctor cox vho together with some other way to the east near Point Guaricp j policy of protection Hereafter citizeps went down and rescued almost at the end of the island L was we will be a nation among the na the child The womairstated that to uld to carry orders tothe olllcenj I STATEMENTDF CONDITION tions of the earth and the world she was persuaded by another wo- ¬ slept near hlni atnlght Cisueros was QFTHE there He will be our field That the present man to do away with of the child republictooand an was president my thV old friend of adminjftration understands this is Upon a promise to take care of her ne sent a letter to my father Jo shown by thp following from the offspring the child was returned to r n S- Until you haye seen my new line of impprted icii ui oe wouiu iajce goou care or mjR uufi Philadelphia Press whose editor the inhuman mother if my father would let me stay So ray IIopkiiisvUlQ Ky is a member of the Cabinet father said I might The AT THE CL03E OE BUSINESS ONTHE SBRIN6 AND SUMMER SUiTJNGS When the president told me to go to United States is done with isola- ¬ Ed Leigh Victimized 30th Day of June 1898 America to my uncle Enrique do Ve if tion It is through with small dif-¬ Col Edw Q Leigh was short- ¬ rona who wrjtes the paper La Pntrri a nEBOUROE8 ljmrantee QUALITY bTYLB agdw t ferences This country wants changed Sotos mi f llls Discounted f200 Sfil 27 yesterday by a newsboy in Philadelphia I went with eight men StooksoiidUoids aocooo money can seciuja f SfllP thebtjst trade and it is going to have it on the I C on the sea 1000 oo to a Jlatan Uaukiiigluuoaml road He came to Pa zas piace captured aconst nearsailboat aealKstateor Debt lot 78 212 We is looking The American people spiall D btliihnlt UOJ At Prin- ¬ called in Spanish jolll and three U1 Internal in wnue Stamps 200 00 out not in facing forward not ducah from Owensboro v 7a ns 71 ceton he bought a paper and gave or and weiitto Nasrau on New Proyl BjAJnlxiiumgB jiuU 18 fMhin liand backward and it stands ready to the boy a 5 gold piece instead of a dencc Island Then we went over io fBlOJClTnJJ lend a hand to every scheme and Total lv Florida and I capie No 14 South Alt in nickel He noticed his a Niagara and met my up on the Rteamer 2 LIADllTIES proposal which heals differences few minutes later and mistake uncle 1 brought informed the letters from the government to tho del- ¬ Onpltal Block paid In as Cash f 10000 00 with England and invites recipro ¬ surplus Iuimi ivvwvo boy blt he declined to give up the egation cal trade Undivided ItotHs lift l7l- ll 201 Ml 7rt Individual Heixultors money Mr Leigh reported the uoooo Diviaoiius unpaid Oonty Old Knirlanri I lt pn the postage staMp is robbery to the railroad officials and inviueud no sothW day jwrouiu SfiOQW One twelfth of he people of KnglRnd Fund setvtlde to lay TaxtHi 821 yi as grammatical as the TnitejV will have the boy discharged Pa ¬ suffer more or Jesg from gxyt ToUl rt ucah News ilMt W States is WTlAHvCaHlUei p jf f it I w - ronn Is studylqi at Henipsjenil last tutc Hempstead It I close b where the 2ev York VcglincnUS ure now In enmpi be Is a eternn or tnree cam paignk against the Spanish troops In Cuba mid has won his way up to the rank ofnmjorby his brpveryaijci abil ¬ ity Though still In knee breeches ho has served wHb Gbmex the conjnaaudf- of the Insurgent forces with both Antonio and Jose Mnceo with Jtodrigucs and Haul and his kriownl what K lsjtptbe voindedby a bullet Ills intelligence and excellent pjpnjory won him thepface of aide to and some- ¬ the commander-in-chie- f times he acted as special messenger to the aged general Time and again he led In the attack agaiust the Spaniards for he was light and his horse ran well with him anil no man could hesitate to follow when a lad of ten charged mer- ¬ rily row having received therankof major from Cisneros who was presi ¬ dent of r the republic while Crescendo was winning fame the lad has come to thjs country as ward of the Cuban gov ernment and is studying to prepare himsqlf fpr a rnlllturyeareer Young Varona was In the first fight soon after the war broke out and was wounded once while leading an attack ing column at Iguara He fought nn steadily until he was sent to the United He had played States to be educated war at his home In Puerto Principe ¬ ¬ lue trm SbH Due niSiJrltleHw ttks fill03rts ttm rrrr4 rctcrva U nnl Redemption fund with ks STreiuurer iikorajv JtIM 7i2W OUT oALE FROM SOW Tol TIAllMTtKS JMI14I I fvlhkt N W L PLANTERS BANK hi V 8t 1 oircan attending this ah money 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is 5280 feet A rod is 16 feet or 6 1 2 yards A equare rod is 272 square feet Au acre contains 160 equare rods An acre contains 43B60 equare feet An acre is about 20n feet equare A pint of waler weighs ouepouudA solid foot contans 748 solid pintsA squire foot is 144 square incheb Au acre contains 4840 squore yards A quarter section contains 160 A 5 bloods and blacks worth 150 and pair 1 t m Gus Stevens and wife JW Tandy Miss Pvattie FlaclfyAym T Before we vote 20000000 for a R dubious street scheme theie should Country Produce T 12Jloc Butter Ifilb M i Jjanay be an appropriation for a ark for WicksM 7c Et lhpmp Chouteau avjTnue Gedv C t New feathers 2528c IV- Gray and wife J ison The Chicago man whose tenth Beeswax J 182 Ic Bailey Waller wife and child wife is seeking a divorce does not Titllnw y 2lc avsonFlack J D McGowan W consider old man Belleville a very Ginseng pur ib 222 E Ragsdale JrTMi Wooldfidge remarkable persdn Honey t H A Phelps O P Leuabury II Miles sailed for Europe on the eve 2ic acres Tub wngbd wool E Ilolton L C Ragsdale H W of peace and he now sails for Cuba Greased v5f 1318e Tibbs Alex W Henderson Hop just as the dove has begun to flutter Atquare yard contains bquare feet Poultry r W1 kinsville ft r above theslsland A solid foot contains 1723 t olid r I 80 Y ohickeusj live per dozSlB0 inches Girls Should beware when a Roosters 2e VV Rawlins Garland JefferSbnf Ed clergyman says A pint of water holds 28 solid inthat he will marry Ben Wilsoni Homer them He may only mean that he Grain McCarty M T ches S3 Clover per bushel itfSW Blaine J B Garnett JohnV will marry them to another fellow is 8 An wide POST DISPATCH SNAP SHOT Hopkinsville Produce flarket At Cerulean Sunday Cash prices paid by Hopkinsville T B Fairleigh R C Hardwick When Spain feels sensitive in reJ H An merchants wife and two daughters Mjss Bessie Wal- gard to her honor let her remember Bacon dersop and wife ler G H CharaplinL F Campbell theMaine Hams country 810c It is a great summer It is bringW E Trahem Dr As Fi Stanley Shoulders 4i5Js Henry Hardvickv Walter Howe ing freedom for Cuba and for the Sides Tc Fairleig h Collins Miss MaiFucxua summer widower at the same time Laid 67c ¬ ¬ ¬ -- The Kentuckian 1 Year And tlie New Matliews Sewing isiacliinc FOR ONLY Modern wU Hi arm Sewini lacliine im- ¬ HartTP With nil the latest provements - - leant mouey ever manufact- The best Machine for the ¬ f7APo ured simple durable Light running noiseless Everv Muehine warranted 1 i ¬ 10 years i Who owns a prescription after it E E Wash and is filled js an important question Corn shelled wife Miss Fannie Wash Miss Another important question is Who Livestock Nellie Wash Harry Wash fills the prescription after jt is Cowherd Cadiz Ky Dr Jefferson Corn Wheat - f fe w fffw roc long Au acre BOc A inc acre rods by20iods A 50 Machine for for and freight piepaid 21 isjlCX rods wide by 10 rods HugoRJose ParisvFrance - b Jqhn ClostenJChicagq Ills Mrs Mclrityre Morganfield Ky Miss Editi Waller Madisortville Miss iCate Anderson Owensboro Miss Hattie Hale Mayfield Mrs T P Cook Murray J C Reynolds Clarksville Tenn R C Stone New York Dr D E Bell-Gracey- Enoch Still at Lurge L T Enoch pn etjcaped lunatic who waseapurid at Crofton Satur- ¬ day mention of which was made in the Kentucky escaped agnin from the attendant Mr Fowler and is still at large MtBs Cora Wilson IPf Ji 1 I was called to HopkinHvjue Wednesday to attend Louisville Mutual Insurance Com- ¬ the funeral of her nephew Frank vice John D Taggart de- ¬ pany Robinson Misses Beulah Ed ¬ ceased J T Malone has been wards andLcnv Lacy haye re ¬ chosen to fill the vacancy on the turned to theft home in Hopkjtos board of directors Post ville Elktou Process Charles Schultz of this city has Dr M Mc accepted a position with the Illi- ¬ A and nois Central irbMHopkinsvillq He MVI left yesterday for that point to take t VT7rirsLif iay ti Uk nom mm to a charge ofthe duties which hisposi- uorfje tin eMnn c1 Henderspn Gleaner ySh tion requires fJVt Bogs jf58V25 owned i Sheep IS2608 00 Cooking is to be taught in Chic- ¬ Cattle T250350 The most important ago schoojs Cnlves 300325 cooking forthe Chicagoese to learn Lambs 400425 is the cooking of their drinking Hides and Furs Water In raw Chicago water there Green hides 67c is a death rate that breaks all Green Baited hides 7c records Dry Hint i012c AniiEnglihwriter finds that the Vegotables reproachful tern oldjmaid is dis- ¬ 75c Now potatoes per appearing ancfthat the number of Cabbage per head bushel 8Bc y bachelor women is increasing be- ¬ Wntermelone pfy cause of a grooving- feminine disin- ¬ Florida to matrimony Is the vl2585o clination millenium to dawn upon an Eveless Flour Rdtail Eden 3f 425 Patent per bbl 7B Standard per bbl New Insurance President yHaJohnuStites has been elected to KBq Clover per owt the presidency of the Kentucky 9m 70c Timothy Good 3 - f Cash must accompany al orders SlKCiriOATIONS The Head Ts five and one lmlf Inches lilch and eight and one lmlf Indies long inside measurement This Is as high ns any family machine iniulo and must not be confounded with the medium or so ciillcd high arm ma chines Tho bend plutu set lntoor level with the table The Needle Is straight self acting Hat on one Hide and cannot be sottwrong Tho Shuttle Is open on the end cylinder shape and absolutely self threading The Bearings Are all steel well fitted and adjustable Selfrtlneadlng Tho mnohlnols nnd no hole to put tho thread through oxcept theeyo of tho needlo The Feed Iu positive In aotlon and has no springs to got ut of order Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind the Dobbin as smooth as on a spool of thread TheStltoh Is double look stliyh Tho same on both vldes and will not ravel Uan bo lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty Htltohes to the inch ThoTenalou Is a llat sprin tension and ad justable to all sizes of thread llaud Wheol In niokjo plated and has a loose wheel attached to opciuto bobbin winder without running machine ThoMovoinont Is tho celebrated eccentric movements positive In aetlou and fewer work ing pnrts than any machine on the market Tho Stand Huslaigo bnlanco wheel hangs on two adjustable renters Tho troadle is larue and hangs in cono center and all lost motion oau bo taken up asters under owjh ami and can bo easily moved A like dross gunrd oyer ¬ ¬ solid fqotof water weighs 62 1 2 pounds tu A banel81 1 2 gallons hold 4J solid feet A section pr square mile contains 610 acres- A Sf S53 1 WWUliatL11 wKferhlte N Brnp retail Tomatoes Fancy per doz Choice per doz Grpon Corn Fanov doz ears Choice doz oars M ht i A1 bushel struck contains 2150 solid inches A gallou of milk weighs 8 pounds 10ouuce3 A struck bushel contains about 1 solid feet A buslielhoaping contains struck bushels t AhairsTbreadthisono fQrty eighth of an inch Space has a temperature of 2C0 de grees below zero A grain of magnesia will color 50 000000 grains of water 12o An jnch of rainfulisequal to 14500 000 gallons per equare milei Gold can be beaten l200ti thin 20o 10c ner than printing paper outrounee will cover 146 equare feet lOo ¬ wheei tokcepdresi from getting on wheel Attachments Are tho famous Johnsons eet in a tin box and consists of tucker miller fourheramors binder qullter foot hemmer and feller under braider and sheerer all can and oil two orew drivers six bobbins piper of needles thumb sorow guago and book of directions The Furnltuie Is well mode highly pol lshcd and elegant In appearance All thest machines will be sent out with oak furniture unless walnut Is specified Kaoh machine has a look to tlio drawers and cover nice nickel plato drop rings to all drawers All machines are well packed and crated ItUAD OUU OUAltANTKK Th Now Mathews Machine Is wan anted 11 years from date of purchase and thirty days trial of It If perfect and entire satisfaction Is not given tho maohlnemay be reshlpped to tousatouroxponso and tho money paid u will bo lefunded promptly Under this guaranteo you run no risk what ¬ ever in purchasing tho Now Mathews Maohlne You huvq thirty days trial of it In your own home and If for any reason you should wish to roturn tho maohlne It may ce uhlpped to u at our exponso and tho money will bo ro funded All communications regarding tho New Mathews Machine should bo addressed to CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky i ¬ W011I5I htve mide The expressions oi thejfexpress J Mr J W Franqis of Gracey companies in regard tp tax stamps are HiiflicJienMy expressive here tdday MS8o fW Corvora feels like putting n d fore his lash What a Spunisl be Ad- ¬ ¬ to wit A Modem High arm first class Sewiiig MnchjiiM with all latf improvements and of iirflt olatH material nnd good workmaunhip iucludiBg the bst and latest Attachments at u reasonable price A book of iiiBtruq tious accompanies every machine J ¬ Description o the Improved New Mathews Machine IhiB machine is manufactured with tho view of supplying a long-fell-Wa- miral MoGihty In ranking your lomitance woprofor postoflico money order registered is lottor express monay ortlef or New York Kxchnnge Individual chocks un less certified to will uotv be receivqcl V- - - vj f V ii Kr A X 1 f o 1 eir o W CHERRY BROTHERS U I OUT OF DANGER HENMIM Utefc ¬ END OF CONGRESS The Most Important Session WEBBER UNDERWOOD i A They Miy Move Their Business College Here A School 1 That Would pring Three Hundred Pupils to the City The adjournment Saturday of the Cherry Bros who have a busi lmy iiitn congress marksTthelclose uess achodl in Bowling Green have of the first war congress liia quar-¬ outgrown their quarters there and tj ter of a centu ry want to move to some other city began with a widespread dam It that will assistthem in establishing or for sympathetic action their school They have been in ¬ ¬ Cuba but there apparently was correspondence with city officials then no expectation of an Srmed lere and a committee will be here conflict But when the tread of next week to submit a proposition events culminated the enfergency Jm to the city council ¬ was quickly met and necessary few ¬ They guarantee to maintain a vo r legislation enacted The first few IT iX ClilcaRo Merkety were bathing at Johnsons mill schooLwith three hundred board r I ¬ but significant measures Suddenly ¬ OpgtfHigt Closing pond Ostein whoiived near came and its location here ing pupils needed were framed and- made Cash Wheat 76x down and joined them would of course be a great thing c law but with the issue made clear Sept Wheat 68 t 6 68 They were in water twofeetdeep for Hopkinsville there was a flood of bills and reso ¬ Dec Wheat 68 night 67 above the dam and Ostein leaped Their school is for both sexes the well known statesman was se- ¬ As the shooting was accidental lutions that fairly submerged the Sept Corn 32 32X from the dam below into water and teaches a full business course cretly married to Thomas Williams it is not likely that Snorton will be two branches of congress 33 32 Dec Corn marriage took also a normal course for teach- ¬ of Wickliffe The and thirteen feetdeep and swam down Hawaiian annexation Spain and Sept Oats 20 19 20 place at Charleston Mo several arrested ers and came back to repeat the per- ¬ Cuba war appropriations and war Sept Pork 10 10 9 92 9 97 formance His companions tried to Its growth in Bowling Green has weeks ago The young widow re t BASEBALL revenue legislation organization of Sept Lard 5 50 7 5 55 been very rapid and the school is sided alone on the estate left her by persuade him not to do so but he SPECIAL the vast volunteer army and expan ¬ Sept Ribs 5 52 5 60 She was yery pop- ¬ now occupying very crowded her husband 557 again jumped ofi turning a some- ¬ il sion of the navy a new bankruptcy 81 quarters rsault into the deep water Before ular in the neighborhood puts 67j4 calls RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS GAMES law all these were features of the Sept wheat satisfactory terms can be he could recover himself the swift If New Vork Stock and Cotton session Notable speeches and Cincinnati 11 Chicago7 PERSONAL GOSSIP agreed upon and material assist- ¬ He called for I Higt I Closing current caught him Opg dramatic scenes over foreign issues ance offered they may buy the nelp anairepjeT went to nis assist- 6 03 05 605 SATURDAYS RESULTS were comparatively frequent in Aug Cotton Leavell property and build a big Esq J W McGaughey of Newance and while holding to the dam 21 Am Tob 1 22 3 l22i Chicago 5 Cincinnati both legislative chambers Urgent school building capable of accom ¬ stead is in town extended a pole to the drowning 1 00 00 Boston 2 Philadelphia deficiency bills carrying millions Chicago Gas 1 00 modating five hundred students man 1 07 Miss Mattie May Radford of Louisville 11 Pittsburgh 07 Q 1 Q7 of dollars were rushed through C B Howell was in town today 54 54 Ostein failed to reach the pole N BUD GARTH CAUGHT Baltimore 10 Washington with far less delay than marked L 07 and Pepper came very near being 107 Mr Hugh Adams of Trenton is Cleveland 9 St Louis 2 v the course of an ordinary measure Manhattan 1 33 33 swept over himself by the water Sugar 133 of little importance New York 3 Brooklyn2V Escaped From Jail Last Winter visiting relatives in this city 25 25 but was catfght by Johnson just in The total appropriations footed Coal Iron 25tf Miss Lucile Sullivan of Trenton Vi With Tom Woosley Estimated Receipts To morrow time almost 900000000 and upwards now they stand1V is visiting Mr J M Adams family 35 Cars I Osteins body was recovered that of 350000000 was purely for war Wheat Worn Lost PC Bud Garth who was in jail for Mr and Mrs H M Dalton and Clubs 535 Cars night about II oclock fifty yards It was the largest ag- ¬ Corn M child returned from Chickaraauga Cincinnati 49 24 671 purposes stealing clothing from James 210 Cars below where he had plunged in in Oats 609 gregate of any session since the 27 42 Green and escaped with Tom this morning Cleveland 7 Total Clearance All Forts water two feet deep 28 p 600 civil war and the general deficien 42 TVoosley by sawing out of his cell Dr and Mrs A Sargent and Boston cy was the largest separate meas Wheat and Flour Exp 368000 bus Ostein was about 30 or 35 years 40 28 589 has been recaptured and is once Miss Lasley have returned from a Baltimore ¬ of age and leaves a wife and five Lacy Jackson 550 ure since the 750000000 single ap4l Chicago more behind the bars trip of two weeks to Texas propriation of 1863 Thenaval ap ¬ Z soon after S42 Woosley was caught Mr Wm Lacy and Miss Ora children all girls Miss Florence Buchanan is visit- ¬ Pittsburg propriation bill provided for three Jackson will be married Tuesday 34 34 500 escaping ing friends in the Sinking Fork New York A New Agent new battleships four monitors six- ¬ evening at 7 oclodk near Macedo-¬ 29 Garth was captured last Satu- ¬ neighborhood Philadelphia teen torpedo boat destroyers twelve nia by Esq B 31 425 rday night near Pembroke by Washington t 41 F Fuller The Esq Alex Campbell has received Mrs Dodson and son Ramon of torpedo boats and one gunboat ceremony will take place at the notice of his appointment as resi- ¬ Officer Jno H West and Wra Winn 27 -Brooklyn on a dent agent of the New York Life a farmer They found him shoot ¬ San Antonio Texas are here 23 484r324 The urgent deficiency bills all car- ¬ brides home Louisville visit to Mr J M Adams family ried provisions for aggressive work Insurance Company for Hopkins- ¬ 51 i 310 23 ing craps at a negro barbecue St Louis Quarterly Court Begins Miss Mattie Sivley of Church in the prosecution of the war The ville It is understood that this They got the drop on him and 4 s general deficiency bill enacted in Judge Canslers quarterly term company has begun a general re- ¬ he made no resistance but on the Hill returned home to day after a SCHEDULE FOR TO thelast days carried a provision of county court began this morning organization of its agencies through- ¬ way to town he attempted to do vio- ¬ ten days visit to Cerulean Louisville at Boston forefunding the indebtedness of with a large docket Several cases out the State Esq Campbell has Miss Zula Buffalo left this morn- ¬ Winn lence to Cincinnati at Baltimore M the Central and Western Pacific of minor interest to the public were a wide acquaintance and will make to visit friends and relatives in Winns life had been threatened ing Pittsburg at Brooklyn railroads to the government tele- ¬ Tennessee and Mississippi taken up to day an active wide awake agent by him and he located him and St Louis at New York VV Thcfirst real war legislation was phoned for the officer of Louisville Miss Bessie Seay Cleveland at Philadelphia when congress placed without lim ¬ Garth is already under indict- ¬ and Miss Joe Seay of Clarksville Chicago at Washington fh itations 50000000 in the presi- ¬ We are going to quit ment and if ever brought to trial is have arrived on a visit to relatives in the peniten- ¬ dents hands as an emergency fund sure of another term NOW OPEN A Motsinger of Canton 111 a for national defenhe Party lines tiary 111 -- profit Making passed private in Co M 5th It was reported that he had gone through the city this morning on Is the Chalybeate Springs Hotel were swept away and both houses unanimously voted confidence in off with the army but this proved his way home on a furlough at Sebree Vr Soon after- ¬ the administration untrue io be Mr Albert J Culver and family a bill reimbursing the survi ward SNEAK THIEF Brooklyn N Y are visiting the I wish to inform the people of Hop- ¬ vors of the Maine disaster for their family of Mr Ben Bradshaw near kinsville and all others who wish losses not to exceed a years pay to visit at Sebree Springs that my Discovered in nr J H Andersons Pembroke with a similar amount to those who and exactly one month earlier than usual we inaugurate fit i house is now open after undergo- ¬ Misses Hattie Dietrich and Alber perished became a law Residence Saturday Night our Grand Clearance 6ale of seasonable goods This to visitors and further- ¬ tine Wallis will leave for Chautau- - ing repairs On April 11 the president in a more that I have special arrange- ¬ message left the Cuban6 resolution sale will eommencn A sneak thief was discovered in gua JN Y to morrow to oe gone ments with train No 52 going in Resolu- ¬ the hands of congress Mr J H Andersons residence six weeks north to stop regularly at the tions were soon enacted and be- ¬ about 10 oclock Saturday night Mrs E G Callis and son Willie springs to accommodate visitors The ladies of the family had been have returned home after a three My rates range from 5 to 7 per came a law April 19 declaring that of Cuba ought to be and out riding and left the front door weeks sojourn with relatives at week Children under ten half thepeople open are free and independent and de ¬ Bromfield and Louisville Ky price Address manding that Spain relinquish its and will close Saturday June 18 thus giving you an op- ¬ They returned about nine oclock G L Dial Mr M D Kelly with his two authority and withdraw its land and about an hour later a man was sons Masters Thomas and Joseph Sebree Springs Ky and naval forces from Cuba and portunity to buy your spring goods at greatly reduced heard in one of the upper rooms went to Cadiz Sunday to visit rela- ¬ Cuban waters and directing the prices Mrs Anderson unlocked the front tives A Hopkinsville Girls Plight Each day during this sale will bring forth many The boys will remain some door and telephoned for the police weeks with A young lady giving her name as useof our land and naval forces to their grand parents and the instruder ran down the Pearl Sands and hailing from Hop- ¬ enforce the resolutions steps and darted out of the front Mr and Mrs Archie Higgins re- ¬ kinsville says Sundays Henderson The declaration of war was pass- ¬ turned this morning from Chicka Journal applied at the station ed by congress on April 25 Three door and escaped mauga where they had been to house yesterday He was not recognized saying she had days before the declaration of var visit Private Aden a brother of been induced to leave her home by President McKinley had approved and those who do not come during this ale- - will miss Wool wine Wallace Mrs Higgins another girl with promise of em- ¬ the volunteer act Under it all the an opportunity ot a lifetime Jn addition to the ex- ¬ Mr Sam Woolwine was married soldiers massed against Spain mus ¬ ployment at the Evansville Cotton Fined for Vagrancy at Franklin Tenn last Thursday Mills She was broke and want- ¬ tered in the entire volunteer army treme low prices we offer we have an elegant line of i- at 11 oclock to Miss Louwillie Sam Reynolds a white tramp ed to return home liave been raised embracing 125 I Wallace by Rev II B Reams of was arrested as a vagrant and 0Q0 men under the first and 75000 lined S30 in Judge Leavells court the Methodist church Last Weeks Weather under the second call A month Immediately after the ceremony From official records kept by Mr previous legislation haa been en- ¬ Remember the flaine the couple left for Nashville where acted recognizing the line of the J M Howe Place to get your fine Merchant they will reside nighegt Lownat Rainfall army effecting the three battalion consisting of Book Gases Table Screens Rocking is 89 91 70 The bride is the charming and Tailoring S3 by Fowright Pants Monday war formations 7 and SuitsSH S5 made for 66 85 00 accomplished daughter of Mr T 15 20 Tuesday On the feature of the session was Chairs Writing Desks Hat Racks and Medicine Cabi- ¬ 63 88 00 Wednesday Wallis County Court Clerk and J the enactment of the war revenue nets These articles are elegant and will adorn any 66 93 00 a popular leader in Franklin sp Now that we have annexed Molo Thursday law Its framers expect it to pro ¬ 87 75 32 ciety home and are free kai with its 2000 lepers it might be Friday duce 150000000 itijNi 74 87 00 Mr Woolwine is a prominent bus ¬ worth while to appoint a number of Saturday Other revenue legislation includ ¬ 1 64 78 00 iness man of Nashville and a son the leading advocates of annexation Sunday Remember Our Motto ed a bill enlarging in favor of im ¬ of Prof S S Woolwine President as a quarantine guard to pace the Last night the lowest tempera- - porters the provision as to the dis JMsmem of S K College v Morq for your money than any othjffllioiise shores and wharves of the Haw ture was 58 heing the coldest day position of abandoned merchandise j aiian Islands and sec that the pesti since May 31st and extending the outage allow The Christian Endeavorers Or your money back Yourstrujy lence does not escape and become a ance on distilled spiii Lh in bonds Soup Man Arrested The big Christian Endeavorer t national curse from four to six years Convention will come to an end to ¬ P W Miller a traveling agent Late in the session a general night with a tremendous conseora- Huninitir Kxcurilou llnttn of a soap irm was arrested this bankruptcy law was enacted pro ¬ HVtion tcrvice conducted by Dr The I C 11 Tl Will Hll iiimmor afternoon charged with peddling in viding lor voluntary and involun ¬ The Hopkinsville delo- - oxcurnion ticketa as followB Clarke the city without license He was tary bankruptcy Cerulettn SpriiiKS and return 80o atcH will be home to morrow permitted to pay his license and Pay Your City Taxes Daweon Springs and ruturu 170 Crittenden Snge and return City Taxes for 1897 must be pnid 925 go ahead with his sales Two nice unfuniinhud rooms to Gnjyeon SdriuK mid roiurii by August 1 6r property will Ije 58f t -U Return limit 00 Jhvh from dnte o Mrs R E Cooper has returned jjuverwen jor u let suitable for small family If iWl J JB M SnERWDOoAgf L d CAtf mmbV G 1 f OJ Wr P Tqland mla from a Visit to Lafayette 4 7 VI LIJENCY 1 - Dn Austin Bell Convalescent at Chattanooga The Colored Boy Shot at Crafton Saturday Died That Night DnJno P Bell was in town to day and at noon received a tele gram from his brother Dr Austin by Scrtt Bell in the hospital at Chatta 3 Accidentally Wounded c tViAftttai-idri fcuvintr hp wrifc now fre firww OIIUIIU1I 1ri We MJIU Ul 4 rr from fever and out of danger andj With a Pistol expected to be up and at his post in a day or two He had a bilious attack and not Saturdays Kextuckian publish typhoid fever as reported He will account of the be ready to move with his regiment ed ec1tisivelv an shooting of Xelia Henderson at if ii is ordered to the front this Crofton Fridav nitrht It turns out week that the party was a colored boy MARRIAGE SECRET instead of a woman and his wound proved fatal Saturday night The boy whose name was Corne of Hal Turner Weds Thom Widow lius Henderson was shot by Scott as Williams of Wlckliffe Snorton also colored while the fooling with a loaded Paducah Ky July 11 Quite a latter was ball entered Hender sensation has been created in Bal pistol The stomach It was thought at lard county by the discovery that sons the wound was not necesMrs Hal Turner the young hand- first that fatal but the boy continued some and wealthy widow of the late sarily to sink until he died Saturday Hal Turner son of Oscar Turner - Christian Cmttrty Bood Sited Early in the Fight Since the War i nmm mm it Crof j I - 1 L Exciting Incidents and Vital Legis latmt Adontcd Unanimity on War Measures Information has been received that Private Underwood one of theirsttt tall ot trie 26U Americans vhd were killed at Santiago land 2 Was a Christian county -- Frank Ost tfa Drawned toil Saturday r V Jull ViisXBtniis mMaM- ¬ His name was Webber Under- J d Sank wood and his home was at Pon j Ky six miles north of town Hc had served a term in the reg- ¬ ular array and after his enlistment i Crofton Ky4 July 1L Special expired volunteered again and -- JFjfdnk Ostein well known citi went to the front IzerJof North Christian was drownori he details of his death have not Saturday evening while bathing in bcenjreceived His body was buried the waters of Pond River He was in Cuba where he fell with a party of friends and they 4 were swiniming in deep water wlien TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Ostein got beyond his depth The details of the drowning are Corrected Dally By lOa Rawllnn Hanker about as follows mid Hroker IJopklnnvllloKy Leslie Pepper and Jack Johnson in a Pond With Hi Friends y 6j I - j V 32-i3- 7 40403 P2 DAYV r 1 FOR 30 DAYS WED MAY 18 GREAT BARGAINS FURNITURE k k ¬ Richards kA7 - byUH i - -T -- HOPKINS At itr liT