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Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898): July 13, 1898 Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 dai1898071301_sn86069396 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898): July 13, 1898 Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Q - TfTt HrtMrin I HE Rend Th 10 j J Cts a Week fc M i imm T Tjr CW IV FHTITfRian t V F X J fr MVB tfflWS On P Every ll w fc BOMqn qpto p Pap We Set The Pace V01 HO fie- - m V HOPKINSVILLE KY 3F WBDMSAY AFTERNOON JULY 13 1898 PRICE 2 CENTS DEWEY Wins Another Victory Of 500 Prisoners He Captures Subig Bay HERES Cuban ENTE RPRISE of New YEHOW JACK Editton Journal at Siboney News of Army and NaVy patches from Home Create York So Doubt That it Has Broken Out at Santiago n if SCARE Over Yellow Fever Re and Disi Piii Extent En- - of the Fever is Not f J Made Known by the K thusiasrn AmongTroops Siboney f IF Authorities - 1 Washington July 13 and Frustrates Some Slick Schemes I TlfE RALEIGH AND CONCORD DID IT Washington July 13Speeial--Th- e fol-Â¬ lowing under date of July 10 lias been re- Â¬ ceived from Manila Admiral Dewey has won another impor tant victory in the capture of Grande Island in Subig Bay Island of Luzon This is also a chief harbor of the Philippines Dewey that the insurgents had possession of Subig Bay except the island controlling its entrance which was occupied by a strong Spanish garrison Dewey on July7l dispatchÂ¬ ed the Raleigh and Concord to take the is Â¬ land and capture the garrison They shelled the principal points of the island destroying the fortifications and torpedo stations Ool Rio the commander surrendered the 500 men comprising the garrison who were made prisoners Forty thousand rounds of ammu Â¬ nition and one Etotchkiss gun were also cap Â¬ This victory gives the Americans control of the Subig Bay a Spanish strategic point Gen Aguinaldo on July 6 informed July 13 The first American newspaper published on Cuban soil the Cuban edition of the New York Journal was issued Monday It astonished the camp and the flotilla and the Jackles joined with the army boys in cheer ing the paper and celebrating the event The number was distributed in the trenches all along the fighting line went to the wounded men in the hospitals and was preserved as a souvenir by the officers It gave to the flotilla news of the army and to the army news of the ships It reached every vesseland every com pany Everywhere it was greeted with approval and comments like this Thats American enterprise for 1 aXellow fever has bfjoken out among the Special undoubtedly troops in the ports Prom Ciiba War Board Holds a Secret Meeting and Keeps Mum A VERY - vicinity of Santiago Dispatches containing this infor- Â¬ mation were received to day iEvery precaution will be taken to prevent the spread of the dis ease Hospitals and special quarantine camps will be established Infor- Â¬ mation as to the extent of the fever is refused It is supposed to have started at Siboney YELLOW FEVER AT SIBONEY Fourteen Cases Among the Amer I ican Troops Washington July 13 Surgeon Walter Wyman of the Marine hos- Â¬ pital service has received informa- Â¬ tion that there are fourteen cases of yellow fever among the United States troops at Siboney It is un derstood that the government will abandon the Dry Tortugas as a military station and give it back to the Marine hospital service REGIMENTS OF CUBANS Â¬ BAD TURN IN AFFAIRS you Well soon give you a in Sanr chance to shout Extra tiago The navy news was gathered by correspondents on the dispatch boats Silvia and Simpson while Honore Laine George Clarke Mus grove J K Mumford and Walter Howard collected items about the army from the commanding gen- Â¬ erals tent to the remotest outpost overlooking the trenches of San tiago The printing was superin- tended by George Pancqast ajl the type and machinery necessary1 for getting out a complete newspaper havingbeen sent from the front by the Journal from New York Af fhp Tipnrl nf thp firsf nnm ig n tta seven column line in prominent type Unly a Step to Santiago and President McKinleys greeting to the army and navy is promi- Â¬ nently displayed V The news from home furnished in condensed form created great All the important satisfaction happenings in all parts of the United States were included in the issue -- Washington July 13 Special The War Department this morn Â¬ ing received a dispatch from Gen Miles Most of its contents were with held bdt the information is given that the situation at Santiago is prac- Â¬ tically unchanged There has been no fighting since 2 p m Monday The officials are very reticent about the yellow fever reports Con- Â¬ gressman Hilburn of California says the report is true and that the War Board met this morning The meeting was very secret II S T Estrada Palma Raising Regi ment for Alger in the South Washington D C July 13 Gen Toujas EstradaPalnler thedele- gate plenipotentiary of the Cuban republic in New York who left there July 3 for Tampa where he joined Senor Moreno de la Toore the Cuban secretary of state is still in the south executing what his friends term a commission in- Â¬ trusted to him by the war depart- - tured Washington July 13 Special Gen Shatter telegraphs to day that he has had an interview of an hour and a half with Gen Toral and has extended the truce till to morrow He told him surrender was the only thing to be considered and that he was without hope of escape and had no right to continue to fight in the face of such facts M- JShafterhopes for surrender but if Tdral refuses he will open on him with every gun with assistance of the navy which is ready to bombard the city with 13 inch guns The meeting was held between the lines and Shafter Wheeler and Toral were present The latter claims he was unable to act without authority of his government but had received authority to withdraw and surrender the harbor ports munitions of war and the Eastern por- Â¬ tion of Cuba He urgently requested until to morrow at noon to receive the answer from his government regarding an offer of our government to send his forces to Spain if surrendered Sec Alger has telegraphed Gen Miles that Torals request for per- Â¬ mission to withdraw is declined f Vd M a is ft m tm M sim WfcX i WM - t mi ki ii Tj W r Avtf DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Augusti Sends Bad News McCreary 64 Gilbert 54 Thompson 23 and Crutcher 14 Â¬ and frustrates the Spanish plans to prolong ieir dpininion in the Philippines It also de- Â¬ feats Germanys supposed plan to interfere More Honors for Schley His Birth Place Has a Blowout Americansare at it Again Â¬ Â¬ Special Frederick Md July 13 Schleys victory at Santiago was celebrated in avgrarid parade and open air meeting with songs and speeches This is Schleys birthplace A Great Spanish Victory - v v A News via Madrid Havana cjispatch thismorningsays Americans attempted to land at Toyabacoa but the Garrison re- Â¬ pulsed them They took refuge on the warship which had fired over 200 shots to cover their disembarkation Another attempt to land a short distance from Toyabacoa was again prevented An American transport is aground at Punta Coney M Patternore the French ambassndorhad a long conference with1 rAltnodovar De Rio Minister of Foreign Affairs yesterday Madrid7ulyJll3Special--- Wounded Soldiers Arrive Spe Â¬ Newport News July 13 Grape cial The first transport bring Â¬ ing wounded soldiers to the field Wns Not Suicide hospital at Old Point Comfort arÂ¬ An Appeal Made to France The Elkton Progrcsswrote up rived tliis morning Madrid July llHRsnecInU It is declared that the American con the drowning of Frank Ostein at Crowds doing Abroad suls at Gibraltar andajfefr have boucrht enormous quantities of coal Johnsons Mill Saturday as a case Special un Â¬ New York July 13 of suicide The drowning It l repprted that AinerlcjSSfegjiiers are between Cape Spartel and Cape doubtedly accidental as wts Reported Great crowds of American tourists vincent The French Cpfeicompany hms asked the French qn by the only two witnesses Ostein are now going to Europe for vaca tjMfSjr t uQurp appeal to pruTe tfftirevuqt tl Itanltalmont pv blpfck died crying for help and struggling tions feeling that peace is near at tQgetoutj hano Malagators I3anvilleKyVrjulyl3 Special The Congressional Convention adjourned last night in a deadlock until this morning The situation remains unchanged It looks as though Gilbert will be thenominee unless McCreary throws his entire vote to Crutcher which seems now impossible as there are P several members of thcj Lincoln county delegation who will vote for Gilbert in case the contest falls between Gilbert and Crutcher There appears to be a close alliance be tween Crutchpr and McCreary but in the Jessamine county delegation there are seven members who will in no case vote for McCreary and this indicates that he has nochance though his to win the nomination up a brave friends are keeping front and will not admit that their candidate is beaten There seems to be but little probability of a nomination before to- Â¬ night as there is no chance to bicak the deadlock until Crutchers friends are satisfied that iheJUas no chance of a nomination L - Madrid July 13i Special Official dispatches from Iloilo say the German cruiser that left Manila July 5 brought a letter from Augusti which says the Americans are ready to act against the island of Man donoa Inhabitants of the island of Luzon have arisen en masse Two native chiefs were shot for rebellion On a Cattle Ship KaTUADA PALMA - The Spanish Spies Left Si Â¬ Montreal July 13 Special Du Bosc and Carranza the head of ment here It is said that in accor- Â¬ the Spanish spy bureau in Canada sailed for Liverpool on a cattle ship made dance with arrangements with Secretary Alger and Gen Cor to day They received peremptory orders to leave the country bin he is superintending the prepÂ¬ Â¬ aration of a series of expeditions of Cubans in Key West and southern Florida who will accompany Amer- ican troops in various parts of Cu- Â¬ ba These troops it is reported will be enlisted and equipped by the United States and commanded by Cuban The Nichtheroy Useless Except for a Collier Â¬ Washington July 13 Special The Buffalo formerly the Nich- Â¬ officers who will be theroy will be used as a collier It will cost 5300000 to convert her in Â¬ brought over from the Cuban army to an auxiliary cruiser which is regarded as too expensive of liberation on the island They will accompany various sections of and was valued at 75 CRISTO IS DEAD the American army to Las Villas He was only two years old but Matanzas Havana and Pinar del Rio for scouting and guide duty as Shot By Officer Geo Lander Yes- Â¬ very large and playful His name was Cristo and he was very well as for fighting terday Evening much admired by all who saw him big thoroughbred St Bernard dog the property of Masters Hen Â¬ ry and Jack Stites was killed af 5 oclock yesterday afternoon by officer Geo Lander He was at Gajther Wests warehouse at N Depot and ran into the the L street barking at the officer who passed on a horse and he drew a ritetol and shot the dog killing him Jle was perhaps the finest dog uvtho city being a pedigreed Jecimn of the St Bernard breed A Of habit life late he had contracted the bad of leaving home and this got him into the trouble that prided his May Elect To Night Frankfort Ivy July 13 Special Iwt Â¬ Fjnnell Prison Commissioner joined Chairman George here yesterday- Commissioner Richardson will arrive to day They will elect officers to night or Thursday nisi Wxl O rissu L A n f J BBfl N - ST b k 1 J Jet fit P B Ml rff i i On July 1st RO B MS ON was 87 1897 the condition BTBOBIE In the western section a few c6un ijY And thtNtwMathcwH SewiMffMaclilue tics including Union Webster lulrishccl every evening except Sunday by DcllTcrtd by carriers to alt parts of the city at Caldwell and Trigg teport the nCALi Y10 cnxra TX9 week OKAS M teztlkCXAX 313 S Main crop suffering for want of cultiva-Â¬ tion which has been interfered i SUWIOXIPTIOJT KATI In the 1 10 with by excessive rainfall arm Sewing Machine 36 Per vJekk PkY MoVtk in Advakce ACCENT central section the drouth has been 400 Peb Year in Advance 100 Months IN Advanok r LJS Vi Ji I relieved in those counties along MM Willi all tlio latest Oneof the leading papers o St the northern border and the crop is ABSTRACTS OF TITLE WOE provements fatet regaining lost ground from Petersburg- says Russia is willing Money loaned at 6 per cent for the United States to hold the this source CONGRESS 3L F the on first class real estate for Taking the State by sections ffM- - l The Novoe Vrejmya EePhilippines i Hf i Auuiicntjuucmno ror HENRY D- - ALLEN conditions are For the Western a term of 5 years says leant money -- over matmttS OP UNtONCOUNTY and Eastern 100 no positive interest 93 Central Russia has Wo liavo for salo some of the bos h If they each being an improvement during v in the Philiooine Islands building lots i the city and on terms The latest census of India shows were divided the best parts will go June to suit purchasers Prices ranging and Tilt running noiso Oats 6016759 girls uuder nine years old to Germany Great Britain them f simple durable Japan thereby strengthening married and 170 of them in the Pacific condition of the oat crop is 85 from 120 to 3000 They are located who are The Therefore it s to in nearly We B m mKMM arelwidows Russias advantage that the Phi for the State as against 91 on June also have every part of the city and j for sale farms in this in the pos- Â¬ 1st On July 1st 1897 the condi Every Muchiuo warranty loppine Islands remain S 10 years Democrats and Populists of session of a single power whether tion was 80 The crop has im- Â¬ adjoining counties These farms are Illinois have agreed upon a joint Spain or the United States and proved in the central and about owned by parlies who wish to sell would prefer to ticket Both parties are holding Russia in the possession ofseet the held its own in the eastern section Below is a partial list of them A S50 Alachino for for 21 islands Spain State conventions at Springfield western section it has uuu uciguh jrupuiu and under the protection of the but in the A Fine Farm near Kennedy United States who would keep out fallen off from 96 on June 1st to 71 Premier Sagasta the head of the other claimants Well improved good land wellwa liy working in on July 1st Cash must accompany al E SW k k V tered and timbered 180 acres SparnslTmintstry has resigned and this direction Russia would nofc on- Â¬ Cri Tobacco uiuuy Price another of those troublesome crises ly uphold her own interests but The acreage of tobacco compared 5400 would serve the cause of general A Farm of 350 acres on Butter Â¬ that arise about every two weeks peace SPECIFICATIONS whepl io Kcondrcna from ircttlntrnn with 1897 is 123 per cent or 237- Attochii cuts Are the famous JohnsoniiBi is disturbing the innards of Spain Tho Head lR five and one half inches high 038 acres for the State The east- Â¬ mi uuj nun i uusiBis or milk Road iBd eight and one half inches long innidp fourlinmtnpra litnrlrr nnllinrtucker niffl I Young Willie Hearst the Napol w measurement This is an high ad any family and fcllerundcr braider and ern section reports the greatest in- Â¬ machine made and must nut be confounded and oil two crew drivers six bobbins wJl Senor Du Bosc late secretary of ean of journalism in the United fine crease viz 36 per cent In the Two thirds inwell timber good im with the medium or so called high arm ma of needles thumb screw guago and book oM provements watered the Spanish Legation and Lieut States has again astonished the western section miles ehlnes The bead plate sell Into or level with uliUUlilJlJB the acreage is in- Â¬ from the city Big bargain 8J the table Ttlil 1nlM 1I1BUQ nitrhlv Carranza military attache have Western hemisphere with his en- Â¬ l ahUlliliuil The Needle Is stralghtelf aoiingJ flat on jsnea ana elegant19 Weil creased 23 per cent while in the in appearance All wiPrice 900 one side and cannot be sotrrong been ordered out of Canada and terprise He is following up the machine will be sent out with oak furnttnr central section the increase is but Farm of 106 open on the end The left last night for Liverpool American army with a Cuban edi- Â¬ 9 acres onBufler Road uuiw Shuttle Is scji inreamn cylinder a lock to the drawers andeover nice nicwV uuu uusoiuieiy per cent The condition of the The Bearings Are all steel well fitted and tion of the New York Journal at are well packed and crated Three and one half miles from the adjustable Orders have been given to remove present printed at Siboney The crop shows an average of 92 for the city well improved good orchard Self threading The machine is sclMlirctut HEAD OUR OUAKANTEE InK and no hole to nut the thread thrnnrh all submarine mines from the har-Â¬ Kentuckian has been thinking of entire State July 1 1897 the con- Â¬ snd never failing water except t lie eye of the needle Th- - New Mathews Machine Is warranted n ineecca is positive in action and has no The doing something of that sort but dition was 68 and on the same Price bors of the United States tprlnits togetnut oforder 750 trial of It If perfect and entire satisfaction 1896 the condition was 92 Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind the machine may bo reshlpped u government no longer fears possi- Â¬ has let the Journal get ahead of it date of A farm of 20 acres on same road ooDnin as smootn as on a spool of thread the is not given expense to us at our money paid u and In the western section the crop 8J miles from the city well improvm TheStltch Is donble lock stitch Tho game 1111 tin KllliMilirl 1 viuyil the warships ble danger from Spanish u iuuuuu on both sides and will not ravel Can be West Philadelphia has a girl is to some extent foul Grasshop- Â¬ ed A good poultry or market gar lengthenedorshortened from eight to thirty Under this guarantee you run no risk whit I over in purchasing the New Mathews Machine I stitches to tho Inch Omar D Conger bricklayer She recently made a pers and worms are reported prey- Â¬ den farm in good neighborhood Ex Senator ou have thirty days trial of It In youroul TheTenslon Is a flat spring tension and ad justable to all sizes of thread uuwe uuu UIUI oily Jl unuil UU EUOUla Willi 400 of left the wager with her father a builder ing on the plants and the utmost Price who Michigan Hand Wheel Is nlclcle plated and has a luiuium tueuiauiiiiicjfcuiuy CO snipped tot loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder uui vaucusc uuu iuo money will De ft Senate in 1887 died the oth- Â¬ for 30 years that she could beat vigilance will be required to maintain Farm of 75 acres on Greenville wltbout running machine funded present condition of 93 The3f ovement Ib the celebrated eccentric She er day in Washington and him in topping off a chimney Ail communications Road movements positlveln action and fewer work luuucna jimuuie siiuuiu regarding theto Ki dc auuresseu few people remembered that he had won the wager all right The girl In the central section the crop is Six miles ing parts tban any machine on the market from the city The wheel CHAS M MEACHAM very spotted and the stand is poor best place in the neighborhood very onihe StandHas large balance treadle ishangs ever been in the Senate was educated in a manual training two adjustable centers The larne hangs in cone centers and The first setting is growing nicely timber good water buildings orcb and be taken up asters underall lost motion school ean evch end and Hopkinsville KyJ t can be easily moved A nice dress guard over The Alphonso XII seems to have but the replant seems to be getting ard and in a fiue state of repair in beginning hos- Â¬ as many lives as a cat It is now The long delay a poor start which gives the crop Price 650 -Description of the Improved New Mathews Machine claimed that the ship run ashore tilities is likely to prove costly to a rajnred appearance Here the A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 jms maenme is manufactured with the view of supplying a lougfeltl near Mariel was not the Alphonso the Government in human life condition compared with an aver- Â¬ warn to wu 1 mouern iign arm lirat cIisfb Sewiug Machine with all late Yeliow fever has broken out aniong acres near Elmo but a steamship loaded with ammuage is but 84 improvements and of first class material and good workmanship iucludinj the American troops at Siboney nition and supplies In those counties of the eastern Twenty acres of timber the remain tne nest ana latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instruc ing in high state and Gen Miles has burned the cultivation All section where a crop is grown the the buildings inof good condition tions accompanies every machine J Hon Chas Offutt formerly of town as a health measure condition appears excellent with a splendid neighborhood Iu making your remittance we prefer postoffiee money order registered Paris and ex speaker of the Ken- Â¬ greatly increased acreage Price 2200 joner wmusa muuey oruea or wew xorK xcnaige luoiviciual checks udtucky house of representatives is The next congress will be asked coo tiiiiuou iu wm uuii uu received Hemp 100 acres 5 Miles From City on dangerously ill at his home in to build a cable to Hunolulu a disThe condition of the hemp crop Omaha Neb and there is little tance of a little over 2000 miles Russeliville Pike SAM BOYD is 86 as compared with average JRP TDRNEI hope of his recovery KENTUCKY CROP REPORT years On July 1st 1897- the con- Â¬ Well improved 15 acres of timber dition was 87 as for a correspond- Â¬ near church and school A Louisville artist named Klau Price 1800 ber had his life saved by an aching Condition of Crops and Live Stock ing date of 1896 it was 80 136 acres on Ducker Mill road tooth He was preparing to go to Meadows and Pastures July ist 1898 Europeon the Bourgogne but a sud- Â¬ The acreage of clover meadows 65 acres of bottom land 2 good houses den attack of toothache kept him with 1897 is 97 timber 2 barns well watered 15 acres For the July report replies were cut as compared to at home quantity and Price received from 148 correspondents The yield both as 100 -1quality is good Of timothy mead- Â¬ 500 cash balance in one and 2 representing 95 counties In the United States Circuit ows the acreage as compared with years at 6 per cent The beat farm Wheat Court at Wilmington Richard Rol- Â¬ 1897 is 94 The yield is light and in the neighborhood i Development of the wheat crop lins Kenny junior United States the quality of much of it is poor Besides these we have other farms Senator from Delaware is on trial during the month of June shows the owing to the presence of weeds for sale and will take pleasure BOYD in TURNEY Proprietors upon an indictment charging him following results in the great Pastures are most excellent the showing any of them to parties wish ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab with aiding and abetting Wm N wheat growing States of the Mis- Â¬ condition being 99 ThisfamouB health and pleasure resort tho oldest in Western Kentucky Btracts of title furnished all purchaa Boggs who confessed to robbing sissippi valley In Ohio and Mich Â¬ Live stock is in satisfactory con- Â¬ ere Now is the time to buy real is situated on the Uhio Valllley branch of the Illinoi3 Central railroad the First National bank of Dover igan the crop is fair both in yield dition The demand for stock ewes estate miles from Hopkinsville and 14 miles from Princeton In Illinois Missouri of which institution he was paying and quality has greatly increased and farm- Â¬ Three and Kansas the crop has suffered ers are tracts of coal lands two Â¬ teller of the sum of 107000 Senaturning their attention of the mines partially developed tor Kenny is accused of aiding and greatly during June from rust and largely to sheep breeding Vein of coal 5 feofc thick finest qual abetting Boggs to the extent of chinch bug and the quality will be ity One tract contains 000 acres Lucas Moore poor owing to damage from these 3500 Commissioner of Agriculture one 175 acres one 65 acres All Hotel Accommodations Unsurpassed sources The quality is greatly within i mile Illinois Central 11 It Will sell at bargains and on easy Secretary Long has been in re- Â¬ impaired by the presence f of How Jacob Died Sulphur and Chalybeate Water in Abundance Six trains daily ani terms Hero are fortunes for the of telegrams of a personal na- Â¬ an unusually large number of ceipt The report that Charles DJacob right men Reduced Rates First Claes Italian Band Employed for the season ture from Commodore Schley and it smut heads Where threshing has Jr of Louisville was killed in the For sale or exchange a good pay is believed from Admiral Sampson begun the yield is very disappoint- Â¬ -attack on the Spanish intrench ing hotel afj the famous Dawson For as well It is supposed they have ing In Iowa Wisconsin and Ne- Â¬ ments at San Juan beforeSantiago Springs Will sell at a bargain or been called forth by the newspaper braska winter wheat varies from July 1 has been fully confirnied exchange for improved farming Ijind well located controversy over the credit of the very fine in some sections to poor in Young Jacob was struck and in- Â¬ victory over the Spanish squadron others In these States Spring For stantly killed while attempting to ing sale a good first class board Â¬ house at Secretary Long declines to make wheat is threatened with rust ow Â¬ carry a wounded comrade out of sell on easy Dason Springs Will termB or exchange for public the cablegrams Whatever ing to the extremely rank growth of the line of fire The story of liis good notes The owners buaincss may be the Secretarys opinion the the plant heroic death is told by several eye- - compols him to reside elsowhere In Kentucky the exceptionally public has already given the credit witnesses who were wounded in 30 acre ranch well Improved near fine showincr of June 1st has not of the victory to Schley PER YEAR the action and have been sent to San Diego Cal Will exchangofor been maintained and the crop is property in Christian county Ky Fort McPherson Ga Col Jolly is evidently expecting fully from one fourth to one third si William Robinson Agt to be run over by the Franks band- Â¬ short of what was anticipated The Victim of a Skin dame wagon driven by young Fowler most frequently mentioned cause of OfficeWebber Street Bowling Green Ky July 13G on the 29th proximo An Owens damage is rust which seemsj to W Cherry who read law under Hopkinsville Ky have been general The crop rip- Â¬ Hon boro special says Wilber P Browder and was Ex District Attorney G W ened prematurely and the filling is official stenographer for Logan Jolly who has been tendered the very imperfect rarely more than county started from Seattle with position 01 reieree in DanKruptcy Dy two grains to the mesh being found Entirely now and first olasa in all 1200 for the Yukon gold fields Judge Barr will defer his decision The berry is lacking in plumpness En route he met three sets of sharp- Â¬ reBpocts Excellent sample room in the matter until the territorial limits are more definitely an- Â¬ which together with the presence ers and when they got through with and Borvico uuequalled in the city of considerable smut will materi- Â¬ On Double Car Line nounced him he had barely enough left to 0 F L P Kleiderkb Props ally interfere with quality S If Col Jolly wants an office of any get back to Seattle where he has This famous Kentucky SUMMER RESORT Henderson Ky In the western section of the State iB now open for gueBts uuder kind he will accept A sure thing again located and settled down to beats a slim chance for an empty the crop has been damaged by rainÂ¬ stenography 0HA8 OATIiETT OLA BEKOE DARBI since harvest The estimated avhonor CATLETT HARRIS The Acres of Cuba erage yield per acre for the State is Ben T Cable who two years ago 13 bushels In 1897 the estimate Formerly with Forbes Bro The Island of Cuba contains was one of the leaders of the gold yield July 1st was 12 bushels and about 35000000 acres 7000J000 Rnnninl 31 A nrnctffal hnfnlmnn linn honn cnlnolril tn rlirnnl nfTnira and movement in Illinois has been elect- Â¬ 6 bushels for a corresponding more than the State of Kentucky tontion givoii to the cuiBino Many improvcmeutahavo been tnado iu i ed a member of the Democratic date of 1896 hotel and surroundings Hotel rutes reasonable A ploaennt timo iu fvf Of these only about 200Q000 have State Central Committee in a con Â¬ For the western section the yield for you Rooms briglit and well ventilated A splendid bund of musio We have concluded to cro into Ihih been cultivated Of the remainder vention looked down upon by the is 13 bushels for the central and iness for ourselves and oner our ser attendance 9000000 are natural pasture and picture of W J Bryan Some ob- Â¬ eastern it is 16 and 11 bushels re- Â¬ 17000000 are covered with virgin vices to the public at tho most raa enable prices jection was raised but the man spectively Grand Ball Every Friday Night During lie Season forests 7000000 acres about 20 ialty All work Paper hanging a spe guaranteed who nominated Cable got up and Corn per cent are of inferior value as Leave orders at Qua Youngs Peter went back on Favorable weather conditions agricultural or timber said Telephone 84 2 rings lands Christ and yet they say he has the have prevailed during June and the Ammnsg key txrheaven to day Cable de- - corn crop is now in excellent condi Weve jpot the fefp weve got The newest proverb Providence CO wraein food faith to return to the tion The avcrare for the Slate fa the wen ami epciJy we feaye the is with the aide that can shoot the an improvement of tour ppipt laomtjr party o itraightet ttbe ail ffcentuckiait - during the month HLIMI 21 The Kentuckian 1 Year w ESTATE FOR ONL- P3 Idem Hip Aeokatio ticket I - EHb mLi m Je SSmEi SrHHllf Ci3MiMV7lrSss7 Yul - Â¬ - t- - T 1 Â¬ a 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - CERULEAN SPRINGS TRIGG COUNTY KY Â¬ 15 Â¬ NOW OPEN Writs Rates Â¬ The Daily Kentuckian 400 GRAYSON Hotel Henderson SPRINGS HOTEL NEW MANAGEMENT PAINTERS PAPER HANGERS 1 oA 3ror V sP3exasr flr leu N- - jjumilHIHWlW HopknvMI Produce flarket B - IMMMMIM BASEBALL SPKCIAt f CLIPPED AND COMPILED Corvorn Was llko tho losor in a po Â¬ ker gamo trying to bolter himself by drawing to a pair of dettcoq With two socrotnrios tho President miy bo able to keep up with the out- fits and suvo tho ootintry at tho Bamo timo Botwoon the Spaniards starving thorn to death aud Uncle Snmuolfced ing thorn to doath not many of tho Cubans will bo loft No vossol ought to move in n douse fog Weoka of dolny would bo prefer able to such a Boa horror us that of SINKINO FORK ITEMS h prices paid by HopUlriwfild merchants yi Baeon 810o Elams country 4 Jo Shoulders C7o Sidea RESULTS OF YKSTERDAYa GAMES Lard Country Produce iTrft J5 l 67c 7o SATURDAYS RESULTS Boston 6 Louisville 2 Baltimore 5 Cincinnati 10 Philadelphia 6 Cleveland I G Butter 12JplBo 25S28c Ega New feathers Booawhx New York 7 St Louis 1 Chicago 7 Washington 3 Pittsburg 1 Brooklyn 4 HOW THEY STAND 1821o 2Jo Tallow Ginseng per lb Honoy Tub washed wool GrenBed 2225 V Clttbs Won Lost 50 45 42 43 43 39 36 31 31 28 23 23 25 28 28 28 32 33 34 37 43 PC 667 616 600 605 573 541 514 456 419 406 315 303 H Cincinnati Cleveland Chicago 20o Boston 1818c Baltimore 180 2o 3 Poultry chickons live per dozlG0 Boosters Y Pittsburg New York Jrnin Clover por buBhol Corn Wheat Corn shelled Live stock Philadelphia Washington 46c Brooklyn GOc Louisville 60c St Louis i 41 50 53 flogs Sheep Cattle Calves S2nP850 250300 53V25 SCHEDULE POR TO DAY 300325 Lambs Hides and Furs Green hides Green Baited hides Dry flint Vegetables Now potatoes per bushel Cabbage per head Watermelons J00425 67c 1012o aC Louisville at Boston Cincinnati at Baltimore Pittsburg at Brooklyn St Louis at New York Cleveland at Philadelphia Chicago at Washington Tobacco Statistics for 1897 The weed says Accordingto assess ors reportDaviseBa county raiaod6075 255 bouudaof tobacco in 1897 the larg est yield of any county of the State Gravescounty comes next withayield of 5237894 pounds Christian third with 4932 355 pounds to its credit and Webster fourth with a yield of 4 851965 pounds Making a total yield for the four largest counties all in ihe Dark bolt of 21197469 pounds No doubt this is 25 per cent less than what was actually raised in the coun- Â¬ ties The Burley section produced 40e49759 pounds in 1897 against 66 196248 pounds in thedark sectionThe mountain section which is a new Bur ley country produced 143688 pounds Â¬ 76c 8Bo 2535o L25 S3 75 Florida Flour Retail Patent per bbl Standard per bbl Ha- yClover per cwt Good Timothy Bran retail Tomatoes Fancy per doz Choice per doz Green Corn Fancy doz ears Choice doz ears Sinking Fork Ky July 12 1898 will after a long silence again bring to public notice this little wayside village Mrs WC West ofllopkiusville visited her parents here Saturday and Sunday Mr Jesse Payne returned from Edmonton this week Blackberries are plentiful and pickers likewise Misses Donia Woosley and Effie Wood are are spending a few July 4 weeks at Dawson for the benefit of Tho gront loss of officers in thopro their health Bont war is not likely to much reduce who has Mr Winfield Wood tho numbor of applications for com been at Phoenix Arizona for the missions It may not oven scare the past two years has returned sons of their papaB home Philadelphia Btreot railroads are Elder W H Moore will fill his moro profitable than those dfiany regular appointment here Sunday other city That proverb about Phil Corn and tobacco are looking fine adelphia being born tired is founded in this portion of the county on fact Misses Ruby and Addie Hiser It is roported that thoBoldiernrflho spent Tuesday at Melrose volunteer army are scrambling for tho Now Testaments that have been sent The protracted meeting will be Â¬ them Thoy may therefore learn to gin at the Baptist church the fourth It will be pray for the Spaniards before proceed Sunday in this month conducted by J G Bow of Pem- Â¬ ing to destroy them When it is understood that tho sail- broke ors and officers of Schleys fleet will Mr Mack Sizemore has declined havo more than 170000 to dvido as the idea of going to war but will prize money for their few hours work still do business at the same old in pounding Cerveras ships to old stand iron there will be no lack of young men anxious to be Juckies for Uncle Prof L W Guthrie was here Sam last week in the interest of Cherry Tho Kansas woman who hns thrash Bros school of Bowling Green ed tho man that took hor husband The merchants ot this place are away from homo to have a good doing a thriving business time has sot an oxnmple which may The general health of the com make a good deal of trouble for other 1 Â¬ THiiHniiimiitimiiimiiiimiHMffliiiiifflMiHtiiiiimwHui GASTORIA lUhimllJ JfJI IHilunllim ijiltlMllHlM For Infants and Children 1m iihihi WZES rn7TH nin mn mm innTti iiii iT The Kind You Have Always Bought AcCclablcPxcnarationfor As similating UicToodandRegtita ling theStaniflchs ondBowels of Jl tl nc nnd ItestContalns neither OpiurifMorpliinO nor Mineral ErotfotesDiesUonCliccrful Bears the Signature Jf fVL OT NARCOTIC JiecveereXdJOrSmVELimMR JhmrXm Â¬ 4txSenna JixJuUtSMt tnutSetft Stti ftwtnnmt itnCartanakSalot f for Constipa- Â¬ I 1 ffetmSted -- The d Ctanfitd Swrrr tion Sour StornachDiarrhoca Worms Convulsions Fevcrish ncss andLoss OF SLEEP - Aperfecf Itemcdy Â¬ Tac Simile Signature oE xf You Have NEW YORK s Bought fM THE CINTAUR COMPANV NEW VOftK CITY EXACT WV C0PV OF WEAPPEB UTtf - f 55c 70c 12Jo f 20c 10c 10c 8o Captain Generul Augustis miia tacho measures a foot fiom tip to tip yet he cannot save his country such jolly fellowB So much feminine vigor goeB far toward developing the home feeling in a careless husband who is too ready to fall m with any Bort of company There are 13 crying babies next door to a Washington man and he fiercely anuouces that ho has had no sleop for two weeks Visitors come no more to his home and his wife has lost 17 pounds There iB probably no help for A pamphleton how to dodge stamp this state of affairs as our standing taxes might be highly ueeful just army is all iuCuba theoutrageousin now when there is so much tariff fants at theCapital of tho Nation can not be suppressed until after the war taxation that cannot bo escaped Â¬ munity is good Success to the Kentuckian Jimbo KENDRICK PltOlMETOHS RUNYON OP 1 A Chinaman and a Spaniard ara equally formidable on the sea There are disasters at sea which are far more deadly than naval battles We should raise and repair the Cris tobal Colon and make it the ChristoÂ¬ Â¬ G entr al TobaccoWar ehouse GlarksMille Tennessee We Solicit the Patronage of All Who Have Tobacco To Sell pher Columbus Cameras fleet is not submarine and Watson will catch him if he doesnt watch out Free Storage to Shippers i i Cash Advances Made J C on Consignments m KENDRICK Salesman Shirts 50c Ua1 rlvtf aim Itli 1111 - iil a Boiling SAL ALL HATS Mens negligee shirts of madras jma- WPHMB 39c ARE THE BARGAINS AT Price stiff hats regular price 350 only 175 Mens nobby Edison black and brown regular price 3 now only 150 Mens white an tan Liberty Spec3 hats this week only 150 ials Â¬ Mens Liberty Special zephyrs without collars or cuffs at Mens fine madra negligee75c shirt with detachable link cuffs at 68c Mens fine white duck pants - - 98c 1 i Y C A Commencing U TO DAY v Your Pick and Choice of any Mans Suit Vr I m T H jH HH H H t Suit Boys Long and Knee Pant Suits 50 PAIR 1 Any of our Mens and Boys La 4 Off Young Mans dies and Childrens Shoes and Slippers For odds and ends ladies fine dongolu lace and button shoes out of lines that sold at 2 150 and 125 75c Pair For 8 mm 1 tan wndoxWqod 75c PAIR U5 jm ixes 0Q lot of children to II worth FRANKEL DONT FORGEl1 THE PLACE TO SAVE i For oddsand ends of Indies lar prices 75c to 125 slippers regu Â¬ 50 pair ladies oxfords chocolates 75 11 PAIR tuns ox 2 MIONEY j bloods a 11 djl lacks wo rlli 150 and pair t 1 m JUDGMENTS in WOOD CONGRATULATE Wllifll WHI Heads the Honor fcH for Business for His Company for June IIH FUG OF TRUCE A METZ LAYNE PERSONAL OOSSIF TO Corrected RHd DAY MARKET RKPORT M Opg Closing i Messrs Joe Metz and Oscar E Mr Eugene WooA general agent Cash Wheat Raged and a Storm of next Judge Canslers Court Layne will about the middle for Christian and adjoining coun Â¬ SeDt Wheat C8X 68 month remove from this city to Life of ties of the Fidelity Mutual Dec Wheat 68tf 67tf Trenton Ky where they will on Philadelphia has received tins Sept Corn 32 Many Spanish Soldiers Have September 1st open up a new dry Mostly Small Suits of Minor Inter- - telegram from the State Manager Dec Corn 33 33 32tf goods store under thd firm aame of for Kentucky caped From the City Si Sept Oats 19tf V1 eat Criminal Case Up Metz Layne congratulations and Accept Sept Pork 10 17 10 i7 9 90 boney Burned It will be backed by unlimited best wishes for future Shake To Day C7 Sept Lard 5 5 CO Jos Parish 5J0 capital and will have the supervis Sept Ribs 5 70 5 75 5 CO This refers to the fact that Mr ion of two experienced and success Â¬ 6G Sept wheatr puts Wood heads the honor roll of the calls 67 Washington July 13Special ful merchants N New Vork stocks and Cotton WW West vs M R Redd agents in the United States who V for the surrend Â¬ Mr Metz who is in business in guids family Another demand Co Judgment againt C B Hamil- - produced the largest business for er of Santiago was made The de Â¬ Opg Higt Closing Attorneys Jas B Allensworth this city was a merchant at Tren Â¬ the month of June His name also mand was presented 6 06 by Gen ton for many years and was very and F L Wilkerson are attending Auc Cotton G 06 06 1 t 19 Am Tob 1 19 CEHYftPcttus vs J W Davison appears as seventh on the honor Wheeler It was pointed out to successful in Elkton coilrt roll for May and has frequently ap- Â¬ Gen Toral the Spanish command- Â¬ Continued 99tf Mr Layne formerly of the firm Mrs K McRae of East Ninth Sh Chicago Gas 99tf 1 06 1 06 1 W peared on the roll for other months er that the American bombard- Â¬ of Layne Bros at Fairview but has her mother with her she ar C Co vs F tlaudv Bros which is a very great honor and ment had demonstrated that the now with Sam Frankel of this city rived 53 53 N 52 Watts Continued on the 9th inst she is from L one highly prized by the Fidelitys city could be destroyed at will and is also an experienced and enter 1 08 1 OCX Manhattan 1 07 Green River Wyo Rives Co vs P W Watts agents In addition to heading the that it should be surrendered in prising merchant 1 34 1 34 1 33tf Sugar Continued Mrs Mabel Gant and son Ed Â¬ Coal l honor roll Mr Wood also captured the interest of humanity 25 25 Â¬ Iron They are both popular gentle- win returned Friday night from a 24tf Gray Dudley Hardware Co vs the State agents prize for the Chicago KccelptB To day Gen Toral resorted to his old de- Â¬ men While we regret to lose them weeks visit to HopkinsviUe Elk FtW Watts Continued greatest amount of business pro-Â¬ vice of asking time to reter the from Hopkinsville we congratulate Wheat 40 Cars r ton progress Cassidy Oil Co vs F W Watts duced during April May and June matter to Madrid and the flag of Trenton upon securing two such Corn 259 Cars Mr Howard D Hoge who has Oats Continued which entitles him to a free trip and truce was by this means kept float good citizens and reliable business 114Cars been visiting Prof E Harrison Gattle T S Wright vs Langlcy Bell return to the home office a two incr the rest of the day There was men 800 Head left for his home in Richmond Va weeks stop at Atlantic City all ex- Â¬ no surrender and a heavy tropical Judgment for plaintiff Ktlmittrt IlccclptH To morrow V this morning penses paid and twenty five dollars storm prevented further fighting flany Items From Howell W M Morton vs W U T Co 50 Cars Wheat for incidentals or the equivalent in Mrs M F Alexahder and Miss Corn V Dismissed settled The American linehas been push Â¬ Howell July 12 The copious 300 Cars ed still farther to the westward showers for the past ten days have Webb Young of Hopkinsville Ky Oats W H Graham assignee vs Alex cash 150 Cars Since Mr Woods connection with and it is now believed that all way luckncr and Lucien Dade Judgat last offorded me the opportunity arrived on the morning train and Mnrkut lloff the Fidelity about two and one of escape from Santiago has been of writing the items that follow are Visiting Mrs S B Lawrence Hogs To morrow ment for plaintiff 32000 half years ago a large number of num- Â¬ t Wheat threshing is greatly de- Â¬ and family Eureka Springs Heavy 400 Reuben Atkinson vs M S Major representative business men in his cut off It is undeniable that r erous bodies of Spanish soldiers layed rfnd serious injury must be r Dismissed settled Total Clearance territory have taken policies in the have left Santiago but it is not the result of such excessive rain m 60000 Wheat BIBLE REVISION Andrew Leavell vs Geo W excellent company he represents known how far this evacuation has fall Ninety per cent of the crop is Flour 19000 Dis- jWinfree and Green Rickman and his advancement has been not gone yet in the shock Cord promises Bishop missed settled Dudley on the Committee only rapid but very ffrafifyiner to Murphey Nealy Mai Gen Miles has now assumed is grow- Â¬ i Richards Co vs G H Merritt his hosts of friends Avherever he is personal command of the forces and unusually well Tobacco to Report This Week Mr M D Murphey and Miss ing too rapidly and is Hot developing Dismissed settled known promises to take Santiago within thatbreadth ot leat wnicn makes a Virginia T Nealy both of Crofton Jas Breathitt vs J JNixon three days unless Toral complies fine or heavy article much Of itwas Saratoga New Y July 13 The will be married to morrow evening OBJECTED TO THE POST for plaintiff Judgment ith the last demand for surrender drowned and perhaps more washed Commission on Revision of the at 2 oclock at the residence of A portion of Santiago has already out by the recent rains and still authorized version of the Bible ap- Â¬ Rev R L Melton whd will perJas Breathitt vs G W Layne fir Willis Q Perry Has a Hot Dis- Â¬ been destroyed by fire caused by another large per cent is growing pointed by the last General Confer- Â¬ form the ceremony Co Judgment for plaintiff pute With Telephone Men the bombardment With Maj Gen in severe competition with crab ence of the Protestant Episcopal Wheeler Cavce assignee vs L Sailing Vessel Wrecked Miles there arrived about 4000 re grass and various noxious weeds Church expects to complete its la B Cayce Judgment for plaintiff Â¬ Forty pieces of ar- so the outlook is not altogether as bors here this week and will re- Â¬ Washington July 13 Special - T W Blakey vs G E Medley Mr Willis G Perry raised ob- Â¬ enforcements It is reported that a sailing vesto the tillery were mounted and ready for favorable as could be wished The port to the General Conference jections yesterday evening for plaintiff to JudgmentBreathitt vs Garrett planting of a large telephone post use Maj Gen Miles yesterday standing of clover from last springs which meets in Washington next sel from San Domingo is wrecked Jas M in front of his residence on East ordered the destruction by fire of seeding was never better October The Commissioners at Â¬ on the Cuban coast near the Isle of Qiiarles Dismissed settled Ninth street and had some hot the town of Siboney as a health Considerable inquiry has sprung tending are Bishops Thomas U Pfnes Its nationality is unknown f Lacy Lacy vs Jim Adams words with the workmen of the tele- Â¬ measure up in the hog market since the har- Â¬ Dudley of Kentucky Arthur C A Officers Were Killed juuyuiciu iv i piauiuu fj Preparations are now well under vest fields are about-- to be opened Hallj of VermontTwilliamW Niles The telephone phone company Washington July 13 Special Edmund Casky vs C T Casky people sent for an officer and Officer way for the Porto Rican expedition and the corn promise is so abund- Â¬ of New Hampshire and Thomas F judgment for plaintiff The official list of the killed in the Gajlo of Tennessee also the Rev Webt was sent to see about it Mr Of the expedition of 25000 men J0 ant All volun- Â¬ Dr Renouf of Keene N H and tattle of Santiago shows two coloMary Casky vs C T Casky Perry still threatened violence if 000 will be regulars i teers now at seaports or under or- Â¬ Moonlight picnics will soon be Joseph Carey of Saratoga New nels one major seven captains and v the post was planted and he was judgment tor plaintitt the order of the day and will prob York four lieutenants were killed G M Jones vs Albert Kelly placed under arrest and the work- Â¬ ders to move are going to Porto ably supersede praye meeting as men filled up the hole The post is Rico and the others neede will judgment for plaintiff All our boys in Cuba are Getcher a place of courtship for a month or vLawrenceburg has an ordinance - Rhodes Burford Furniture Co certainly not a very suitably orna- Â¬ probably be embarked from Phila- - more to follow dogs and cock fights Guns after which pro-Â¬ against ment for a front doorway and Mr delphia and New York The navali vs J V Mathews Co same will be on hand Perry has a grievance the Council force for the expedition will consist tracted meetings Winfree Bros Tandy vs J F will probably attend to when it of the battleships Iowa Indiana and the fall races will afford op- Â¬ Bagby judgment for plaintiff meets and Texas and the armored cruis- Â¬ portunities ad libitum Childrens D Adair Bros vs A McCarty ers Brooklyn and New York Maj Days have been the rage until I NOW OPEN J F Bagby judgmentfor plaintiff Gen J R Brooke will command sincerely believe that every child like every dog has hisday Richard Leavell vs W H Burt the army Is the Chalybeate Springs Hotel Miss Lucy Harris of Gallatin judgment for plaintiff Burglars in Hopkins at Sebree Tenn is visiting her aunt Mrs Standard Oil Co vs B W Cow Madison ville was not the pnlyr Dickerson She is both handsome iherd judgment for plaintiff I wish to inform the people of Hop place that was burglarised last and stylish and already her various Co vs L W E B Clark rl SI kinsville and all others who wish night says Tuesdays Hustler charms of person and grace of 3BK AT i n n c inrlnrmAnf- fnr nlninfiff to visit at Sebree Springs that my Mike Long at Earlington was vis- Â¬ manner have made more than one Forbes Bro vs H W Tibbs house is now open after undergo- Â¬ ited ahd lost some 8 or 10 in heart go judgment for plaintiff V ing repairs to visitors andfurther money a gold watch and chain and Miss Mary Embry has been visit Â¬ F B Henry vs R L Boyd and more that I have special arrange- Â¬ a gold ring besides some other ing her cousin Miss Jessie near 75 others judgment for plaintiff ments with train No 52 going things There were over 400 in here the past week Having form- Â¬ F Pitsch vs I C railroad Co north to stop regularly at the the same room in money and the erly lived in this neighborhood she l s springs to accommodate visitors thief was in three feet of the money experienced quite a pleasure in v dismissed settled The meeting a number of her old friends Ragon Bros vs J M Kistner My rates range from 5 to 7 per but failed to see the prize week Children under ten half room was entered and the work and acquaintances judgment for plaintiff was done without waking any one Jas Breathitt vs Abe Layneand price Address Miss Jessie Embry s who is t G L Dial others judgment against Abe Layne keeping house for her father latest Will Move to the Country Sebree Springs Ky to her cook was to have Deering Harvesting Co vs J T t Mr G W Scruggs of Hbpkins order 1A broom corn for dinner Sam says A Kentucky Soldier Dies Co dismissed settled Coleman t villehas decided to locate in Clarks- 1 if -William F Anderson Company ville and will establish a scientific she graduated he believes from a Jas Breathitt vs W J D Gray and olhers judgment against I died at Chickamauga at 830 horseshoeing shop at the stand for- Â¬ cooking school She also objects to cook having smothered Stamps continued as to Gray and oclock Monday night at Leiter merly occupied by Dr Stanton her chicken saying it is too cruel and others Hospital of typhoid fever He was next to the First National Bank wants them electrocuted i Willie Leavell col charged with twenty years old His home was buildingx just east of Second on Hurriedly yours stealing a coat from Joe Slaughter in Pulaski county None of the Franklin street For a long time P D Herndon at Pembroke was tried to day and family was at the deathbed An- Â¬ he has been the head blacksmith at given sixty days in the work house derson was taken sick July 2 The Forbes Bros of Hopkinsville and Kentuckian Honored remains were sent to his home comes highly recommended as a 13 The July Washington horseshoer and smith Clarksville Charged With Desertion A TRAA1P HURT Association National Teachers A general alarm was sent out from Times elected for president E Oram Lyte t n W Goldman Fell From a Train police headquarters at New York Lost His Wheat Crop of Pennsylvania vice president W Tuesday for twenty two men said to Albert Booth of the Veazey coun- Â¬ H Bartholomew of Kentucky sec- Â¬ This Morning have deserted from the United try t had the misfortune to lose his retary Irwin C McNeil of Wiscon- Â¬ States auxiliary cruiser Yankee You cani say q money by crop of wheat yesterday from the sin A white tramp giving his name lying off Thompkinsville The careless handling of a match says W Goldman of New York men were granted shore leave and Soldier Shot at Chickamauga sale He and fell from south bound freight train remained away from the ship over- Â¬ the Madisonville Hustler a hired hand had finished the grain At the camp of the Second Ken- Â¬ v WN 65 this morning at 846 oclock time and the man employed lit a match tucky yesterday Private George He was near the Acme Mills Colsons Regiment Still Short for the purpose of indulging in a Guering of Coviugton was acci Â¬ fell between two stealing a ride and SEE HAND BILLS FOR ITEMS smoke The men left and in a short dentally shot and seriously wound Â¬ Lexington Ky July 13 More 4 cars while the train was moving of wheat was con- Â¬ ed by Second Lieut C W Long He got off the track but recruits are needed for the Fourth time the stack slowly sustained some injuries by falling regiment one hundred and fifty be Â¬ sumed all because a man wanted mier of Lexington to smoke an old pipe on the rough ground His head ing necessary to complete thequota Arrested a Horse was bruised but lie was able to Capt Treadway sand Capt Forres- Â¬ Mr J H Andersons Father Officer Cravens arrested Mrs get up He was taken to the depot ters companies will be mustered 1 Mr S W Anderson who has to day and Capt Patricks com- Â¬ Buck this by a brakeman and the train men been in bed with typhoid fever for Moayons pet horse put a bandage on his head He is pany will be uniformed Capt Co two weeks though really quite un Â¬ morning He was found outside rums company is to be presented well up on the a young man 28 years old for six weeks was quite sick his enclosure and taken with a flag Sunday by the ladies of street Col re Â¬ Bamberger yesterday Qwensboro Messenger Col Perkins Grandson Maysyille of 110 deemed him at an expense IF M TTj Catalogue JkCr and Mrs S Y Trimble lost Out Pay Year City Taxes Remembrtb flaina baby Benjamin Seymour thiY Thev46th annual catalogue of City Taxes for 1897 must be your fi 5abatn8 on Friday night by August 1 or property willpaid Bethel Vntale College haabeea ia Place to get tiy FovyrightMerchant lpCpcppcpp pprpppjpBipppHc SHHL3b3Hh MnrKJAfiriflBF DWi OBDQBOIhEH10Vv QVlHKk Bl be Tailoring k PanU HKDDHNIt Haye the y wpatky advertised for ttaw r The preaU falL m sued Tfce raaUe for f3 5 17 and m1UM L C CjtkYKNar C September 1 H of the wjUtacoiwuiunttr Prptfrea 15JW fc iMgjmjrm J iiailiiii I Muck Business Dispatched Kept Plying AH Day YestWday New Firm to Offl Up at Trtt tdn September ist MrfiStonewajl Mwfwfnifcn ing the day at Pembroke Mrs M G Rmt fagjfMting rolk tives in New Pvoijcetfcnn Mr S J Sanfuels has returned from ayisit to Knoxville Tenn Mrs EllenjDabney hag gone to Dawson tospend a few days Chief of Police McNutt of May held is in thecity to day on busi- Â¬ ness of Sinking Cullom Renshaw Fork is visiting Mr W ADiu- - iHy Ken MrkrHcilHvlltaKy Uhleafie Mnrkut Kwll nh tart ft I I BQ JS Ark-Times-Ec- i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ its qT- pit-a-p- at CUT SALE FROM NOW 3 IF UNTIL JULY lst asI attending this PETREE COMPANY J1 iiJoi w SIIDbEmK w in jibm