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At r MWl -- Ui fc M MBfci Read Ttf Mki a UVE NEWS On MfKont uckian 10 Every Pag8 Ci a Week NO We Set The Ar Pc VOL 1 68 HOPKINSVILLE ST FlllAY AFTERNOON JULY 15 1898 RIGHT s 30000 OF THEM Big Job on Our Hands SCHOOL MARMS to Send In Washington Attracted a Torals Army Home Great Deal of Attention Of Individual Liberty It Will Require 45 Large Trans Â¬ Soldiers Also Take the Town and Some of Them arc Very High ports to Carry Them p i I nmc th Made Public pied Immediately PRICE 2 OElTlS to Spain Washington July 15 Speclajji The statement that the Spanisjh surrender embraces all Eastern Cuba from Asqeraderos to Sagua is important in that it shows the suh render to embrace all the harbor and contiguous territory of Santiago It does not include Holguib and Manzanillo where the Span Â¬ iards are reported to have consid- Â¬ erable bodies of soldiers as those places are to the west of the sur- Â¬ 1 rendered zone An enormous number of trans- Â¬ ports will be required to carry out Some our part of the obligation of that fleet may be idea of the size gathered from the mere mention of uiu uiincuiues max onauer cpui ienced in landing in Cuba his firs detachment of 15000 men thoiigh ne naa at Tampa an tne conven iences of a well equipped American port It is roughly estimated that the terms of surrender will include the whole providence no less than 3vvvv opumsn somiers una 10 transport these men to Spain fal- Â¬ lowing for the presence on each1 of the transports of a suitable guard from the American army there will be required no less than forty five large steamers a number inexcess of the entire fleet of transports now available in Southern waters Rollers Washington July 15 Special Everybody you meet on the streets of Washington these days is either a school teacher or a soldier The national association which has been in session fortendaysbrought 12000 or 15000 interesting young women who are professionally en Â¬ gaged in molding the minds of the coming generation and they arc in Â¬ Of Surrender at Last Stops in Spain Martial Law Proclaimed in an Official Decree PEACE TALK The City Will Not Be Occu-Â¬ AT EUROPEAN CAPITALS Madrid July 15 Special THe G azetta officially publishes a decree temporarily sus Â¬ pending the operations of the law of individ- Â¬ ual rights This means martial law through Â¬ out the country - TwentyThree Cases of Fever There Were Three Deaths ToDay The removal Special Washington July 15 coast has been begun important points on the Atlantic Surgeon General Sternberg has received the following from Siboney to day Only 23 cases of yellow fever rind three deaths reported within the lasb24 hours iuamp sues wm oe move of a mild lorm the disease is Genera 4 t v whenever practicalxle wave taicen vigorous check the spread of the disease f -to of mines at more juiuuicpii -- in--- -- k M 41 x Sagasja Leaning to Peac- eOpinion at London and Paris New York July 15 Special London dispatches to a Wall street news agency say Â¬ Although the Spanish army opposes peace negotiations DI am in formed that Sagasta feels unable to cdn sent to a further sacrifice of troops The general opinion here and at Paris is thafiiot anothershot will be fired 4l Peace Terms Asked For By Several Ambassadors Special New York July says it isostjgriely known that preliminary peace negotiations are in progress therpThe British Russian aud Austrian Ambassadors and L the Japanese Minister are taking part The dispatch says they have approached the President in an unofficial informal way to obtain an out line of the conditions to be imposed 15 A Journal special from Washington The Beginning of the End Peace Overtures Expected It is the general opinion here that Special Washington July 15 we are at the beginning of the end The President however orders that there shall be no relaxation in the army and nary arrangements for prosecuting the war No direct overtures forpeace have been made by Spain yet defatigable sightseers The capi tol the congressional library the white house the national museum monument uuu iuv wusiiingiun other places of interest have swarmed withthem Theymonopo lize the street cars throng the side Jwalks and have made their visit here the source of both pleasure and profit The young women do not hesitate to ask questions when they desire information and their inquiries have been addressed to anybody they met on the streets C The soldiers from Camp Alger have almost equaled the school teachers in number and come over by hundreds every day Most of them behave like gentlemen and yisit places of interest as if they were ordinary tourists but there have been more or less drinking and carousing which is complained of by the residents and has been exceedingly offensive to other visit- Â¬ ors It would surprise a foreigner to see the number of private soldiers SIX PERSONS KILLED that patronize the best hotels and the highest price restaurants in the Explosion of a Boiler at Buffalo city At the Arlington which is Does Fear Damages Cause ffhemost expensive and exclusive hotel in Washington there is al Â¬ Not Known ways a large group of guests in the 15 By the uniform of enlisted men who mingle Buffalo N Y July explosion of a boiler in the Niagara on equal terms with colonels and They Works to day the building was generals and civilianguests wine with their dinners en wrecked six persona were killed order Two tertain lady friends with elaborate and one fatally injured others are missing who are sup- hospitality and appear to know afld Of the six need the best the house can furnish posed to have perished persons who were in the building I noticed the same thing in New only two escaped Many outside York the other day At the Wal were slightly injured fromflyingde dorf Astoria Dclmonicos and other bris Scarcely a housewithin 1000 expensive places there was always feet ofthe factdry escaped being hit a number of private soldiers in uni- Â¬ with bricks twisted iron or heavy form Some of them were accom panied by mothers and sisters and timbers came in OthersThe Dead TWm Kelly engineer sweethearts of an inten Henry Schiflernstein fireman Cas- Â¬ groups with evidence per Walter miller- - Charles Ente tion to enjoy a little outing and it mann teamsterMrs JosW Hoyt seems rather queer to sec soldiers who receive 1560 a month paying baby Hoyt S5 for a dinner Fatally injured Josy Bloss n skull fractured THESE TALKED IT OVER which led to the exploThe cause sion of the boiler will never be known the engineer arid fireman Members of the Commission Who Arranged With Toral who were killed- being the only perÂ¬ sons who had possession of nny Spe knowledge on the subjeqt At The Front July 15 cial The following arc the mem Charged With Horse Stealing hers of the commission that arrang Special Clarksville July 15 ed the terms of surrender Conrad Walker a young single FOR SPAIN white man living about a mile from Robert Mason British consul Ellis Mills was arrestedbn the charge oft Stealing a horse from Gen Torals Chief of Staff John West colored who lives about Oen Tolon one mile from1the homeof Walker FOR UNITED STATES Walker brought the horse Here lat Qen Wheeler Thursday and traded the animal -- THE SPANIARDS MUST GET OUT FIRST A post New York July 15 Special--special from Santiago says Under the terms of surrender agreed upÂ¬ on yesterday only the Red Cross representa- Â¬ tives are to enter the city of Santiago imme- Â¬ diately Our troops will not go in until the Span Â¬ ish forces leave i Spanish officers are to retain their side arms Washington July 15 1225 p News of the occupation of Santiago by the Americans is anxiously awaited Q en G reely of the Signal Corps says he is en Â¬ deavoring to get a line direct to Santiago The government will also have communica Â¬ tion by way of Kingston m-Spec-ial Â¬ Washingtoh July 15 Special It is likely that only German ves- Â¬ sels will be used to transport Spaniards home It is thought it will cre- Â¬ ate a favorable impression on Germany of the friendly attitude of the United States A Cabinet meeting lasted an hour and three quarters to day The general war situation was discussed but few additional details of the surrender have been received Secretary Alger said there was nothing in to days information to be W given out Every effort will be made to prevent the spread of yellow fever fl - Startling Report is Spanish Sailors Dying of YeIlow Fever Special The Harvard arrived this Portsmouth N H Jnty 15 morning with Spanish sailors of Cerveras squadron There were four deaths among the Spaniards enroute and two more died this morning Half the men are sick or wounded Several are expected to die during the day It is reported their sickness is yellow fqver t Â¬ - Three Prize VesselsTwo by The Hist and One by the Uncas Special Three vessels were brought in to lay The Nickerson a British steamer and a small sloopboth loaded with provisions for the Spanish were captured by the Hist July 13 The other is a sloop Villa Young captured by the Uncus near Cardenas Key West July 15 T Blockade Runner Caught to Claud Gill Last Saturday Gill traded the horse not knowing then Gen Lawton Capt Miles of Gen Miles Will Sail This Afternoon More Troops For Manila 1 Special According to present arrange Â¬ San Francisco July 15 Six Times Enough ments the Peru and Pueblo will sail at 2 p rn with the fourth Manila Washington July 15 The sub Â¬ expedition of 1760 troops scriptions to the new 3 per cent which war loan of 200000000 closed at 3 oclock this afternoon Italian Squadron to Spain including the offers made by syn Â¬ dicates will amount to 1200000 Startling But Not Fresh Will Cruise Off Coast 000 or six timcB the amount of the With Ceryera Aboard issue Portsmouth iN II Jly 15 Special Rome July 15 An official note published to day sayjj Month Ago United States auxiliary cruiser The Gliiiiaincu Drowned St What Benjamin Thinks an Italian squadron has been ordered to cruise off the Spanish coaBt Loui sailed for Annapolis yesterÂ¬ New York July 15 Special Seattle July 15 A Japanese newspaper dated June 20 Sped day having on bpard Admiral Cer- The gunboat Bennington San Francisco July 15Speciai Pre8ident Harrisou thinka the suyh s vera nnu otner apnmsii oiucors Ei Eighteen men were UHttr inking of a Chinese torpedo bout at captured at Santiago dc Cuba on surrender of Santiago will compel sailed at midnight for Ajaskan waters to lookout for the alleged prjva- J teers said to be there Port Arthur June 16 Spain to nue for peace July anything about it being stolen to A Schooner Towed In J T Shearan of Cheatbman coun- Â¬ ty All the horses have been re- Â¬ Special The English schooner Nickerson Key West July 15 covered and returned to their form Â¬ wuntl from Jamaica to Manzanilla with provisions arrived this morning Walker was tried be- mvingbcen captured off Cape Cruz on the 13th Two Spanish passen- - er owners i fore Judge Nesbitt of Erin and rers wcreuboard bound over to court going to jail in default of bail - British Staff the a - IMWWM HP m - 6T S i jar-r Wfft - 5flM t mmammmmmmmamaaam Sj v V ttbe lk - atl2 ftentttcfcisfc i MONTGOUSRY S1C4M t -- KLUAI 9t m Vv nailed CKAS M4XKA0XAX WW wetPMia t 5J SgJS txrh 10 T I 812 8 CUTS fW If The Scar Ailmlral Is Ml tJhJkl SrteT RCAsL gp 221 Attd the Kerr Mathews ScwImr 3nhlMe 21 FOR ONLY Modern High arm Sewing TheKentuckianl Yeas p ij JJeri 3 MdKiS - MnvA Trvr wJ - smscxxPTioir 35 100 Advance AT Per Year in Advance T Feb Wkek xatzs t 1 4io 0 lir lo the Scercurr t te HVT litke Adriral SMpsoB Admiral Slcwd Jsi on of the Eihre Btite There never wa a time when so many of the commanders of our navy bailed from New York Its location on jti coajt and the great demand for sallbrs l3 bar commerce has attracted xtieri to the sea and made the state largely one oTAfarlnjj people aa well as agricul turists and merchants Admiral Sicard was born September 30 1836 and was appointed to the Uoral acadisj Oc Â¬ tober 1 1851 lie was graduated and at Â¬ tached to the f rlguito Potoraiic of the home squadron ins 1855 He was trans Â¬ ferred to the frigate Wabash In 1450 and while on service in this ship he was promoted io be master He was commissioned lieutenant in 1861 and at Â¬ tached to the steam sloop Daicola He tras transferred in 1802 to ike Oneida of the West Gulf squadron and took part in the bombardment and passage of Forts Jackson and St Philip and the Chatmctte batteries He wasaJso in the engagement in which the confederate flotilla and transports were destroyed April 14 16C2 In this battle the enemy had 13 gunboats besides twojironclads After passiDg the forts our fleet bj these gunboats and the Va rans which was in advance was sunk but not before she had destroyed both her adversaries and when the Hartford reached the scene of the engagement all three vessels were lying side by sfde completely wrecked It was is this battle that Farragut showed his complete self possession and ability to direct a great fleet The confederate ram Manassas and 11 of the gunboats were destroyed and the fleet passed up the riverand took possession of ttifrcity pi New Orleans Forts Jackson and St Philip were immediately bombarded Â¬ Â¬ was-attacke- Ft rj C v DEMtfOEATIOJIOKET 4 FOKWCOXt AGAIN POSTPONbU No Election j I 4 TIay CMlliicu as ad Been iy ESTATE AOEHT AMCTS OF TIM 1ADE Money kMMkd tt 6 per cent on first ctxtt retl estate a term of 5 years Mine lm 4 J With nil the latest MUUIUtTll8 Mk I HENRtf DmDLEN op union krniWTY - or am v I f f of the Prison Commis who was recent- Â¬ The meeting sioners to elect officers has been ly severely wounded by the acciden- postponed until next week Chair tal explosion of dynamite at Jack man George saiclrthe boardhad ahnviiio Fla- has been promoted itsmeeting owingj tithe ttfe Prsidentofie rank ojtla postponed of ConnliissioneK Vianjell inability lb be present this wfeek MrrPin- Teraer nel hns been called home on ac Vhat has become of the arib that scared the timid by ulv count of illnessiin his family and Wt FranKWi T J uiy w special j A Lieut WAYHarts - We hav for sale some of the bee buildiag Joi is the city d os terras to suit purckaeera Prices laDgiof from 130 to S000 They are located in nearly e ery part of tbe 4ty We also have for sale farms io this and adjoining aoiiaties Tbese farms are owned by partfss who wish to sell Bolow is a partial list of them A uiuuiujcbjt raanuiacl iv ured icuai The uestJfachino for the Light running noisolesa 8implodurnblo X I Every MSchino 7 warrantfHl t iif 521 n i in uie Why don t you mount promoted three thundered The President has i lieutenant r colonels who distinr Osborne raised his eyes and Vat guiShed themselves at Santiago to the same time the mulejyith great the rank of brigadier general gravity pulled back its ears Cap jTJiey areBieut Pols W S Worth he said ybukin nile Ewers this mule if you want butljyedone E H Liscum and E P At this rate the soldiers will soon business with him and you catft be an army of generals Some- - pay me to straddle him- GtbingSmorc than 100 generals have The Captain r6de to the head j of been appointedbesides the the column and Osborne proceeded already supply on hand when the war be- - afoot r gan5 t Will Fight Yellow Jack political campaign in Ne- - IVashirigton July 15 Special The Vhileit is true that yellow lever t Jjraska has begup in earnest three great political parties have has broken out in the neiirhborhood arranged dates for their State nom of Santiago it is still confined jto inations and most of the county or-Â¬ refugees and other camp followers ganizations have held their meet- - who have come in contact with thqm Spanish sharpshooters have been work of making the- inventdry instructed to shoot the officers es would not be c6mplefeduott tvo pecialiyind tblates Ruling- fs weeks j 1W 11 fttiatmiifficers miist wear no dis- Â¬ A Chickamauga Incident tinguished marks about their uni forms Some of the officers would j lA cavalry troop was movfng no doubt rather beshoxcasiStH jilojig atia walk Man of the ally than to give ujf their shoulder troopers had descended and were straps leading their charges Among these was one that led a mule with The boys of the American navy a Sunday school expression and a k hriAVRj remembered the Maine more I r si i most dejected walkfCof j sudden u i Jt Spain nas than ascore ot tiimes mount was givjen command already lost twenty one ships of the instantly obeyed by all but war with an aggregate of 44940 and man wjththe mule merchant Ve- Â¬ the tons and twenty-tone Tell Osborne to mount called ssels of 32400 tons The United The command ivis the Captain States has lost no ships of war ex- - repeated but Osborne paid not the cepttheklaine has had only one slightest attention toit Somewhat the torpedo boatWinslowdisabled - to v i ni and none of its merchantmen has J the recalcitrant trooper 1beencaptured -t injrin wait at BuenosI Ayresjfor GfiairmanGeorge says he is What a prepared to say what date he vjill the Oregon last fearing Orejfolf Wasnt found by call a meeting ot tne uoara it win pity the probably be for the iSst of next her week Col Geonre said that the Fine Farm near Kennedy A 0 Mhchine for for and freight prepaid Woll improved good land wellwa tered and timbered 180 acres Price 5400 A Farm of 350 acres on Butter Cash must accompany nl orders 8PKUICT0ATIONS Is Ave and one half tnchc high inside ind eight aiid one half Inchesas long family any measurement r This is a high not b confounded IB acbl Remade and must with the medium or so called hlgharm ma chines The bead platoset into oflevcl with the table flat on The Needle Is straigutlj-ielf-actlnone side and cannot be setfwronjj mAi The Shuttle Is opea oa the The Head Â¬ g endcyllnder-ihapeaudabsoluUilysclf-Uircadl- milk Road Two thirds in fine timber good im provements well watered 8 miles from the city Big bargain 1 Â¬ Price 9000 Farm of 106 teres onButler Road Three and one half miles from the city 750 A farm of 20 acres on same road 3J miles from the city well improved A good poultry or market gar and never failing water Price woll improved good orchard Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ rrw tl- den farm in good neighborhood 400 Price Farm of 75 acres on Greenville Road Six miles from the city The Verj best place in the neighborhood timber good water buildings orchard and in a fine state of repair Price 650 A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 acres near Elmo Twenty acres of timber the remain ing in high state of cultivation All the buildings in good condition splendid neighborhood Price 2200 100 acres 5 Miles From City on Â¬ Â¬ TheBeariugs Arc all stceK well flttM and adjustable Self threading The machine is and no hole to put the thread through except the eye of thn needle The Feed Is positive in action and has no sjtringg tofcetrtut of order Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind the oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread The Stitch Is double lock stitch The same on both tides and will not ravel Can bo lengthened or shortened from eight to thirty st itches to the inch TbeTensIon Is a flat spring tension and ad Â¬ justable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nickle plated end has loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder without running machine The Movement lathe celebrated eccentric movements posltlveln action and fewer work Â¬ ing parts than any machine on the market TheStaud Has large balance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadle is large and hangs in cone centers and all lost motion can be taken up asters undereivoh end a fid can be easily moved A nice dress goardover g directions The Fanllure Is well made highly wi lshexl and elepanf in appearance All thee maehlncj vrlllbcsentout with oak furniture unless walnut la specified Each machine has a lock to the drawer and cover nice nickel plate dr0priugi to all drawer All machines arc well packed and crated RKAU OUK OUAKANTEE Th Kew Mathews Machine Is warranted lo yeais from date of purchase and thirty day trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction is notfiUcn the machine may be reshlpped to to us at our expense and tha money paid us will be refunded promptly Under this guarantee you ran no risk wha- Â¬ tever In purchasing the New MathewsMachlne ouhavc thirty days trial of it in your own home and If for an reaton yon should wish to return the machine it may shipped to us at our expense and tire money will be re funded All communications regarding the Nei Mathewa Machine should be addressed to kfp dress from petting on wheel Attach i cats Arc the famous Johnsons ct a tin box and consists of tucker rafOer Nhemmer binder UIlter foot liemmer and feller under braider and sheerer oil can andolltwicrBtrdTers nix bobbins pter of ntvdle Mliuinb screw guage and book ot wlicci to In tj CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine This machine is manufactured with the iiew of supplying a long Mf want to wit A Modern High arm first class Sewiug Machine with all lib improvements and of first class material and good workmanship including thebest and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instruc tions accompanies every machine Russellyille Pike Well improved 15 acres of timber near church and school ADMIRAL SICARD t Price 1800 Confidential Adviser to the Secretary oi r 5 RELIABILITY 1 iThe the Navy -- j 136 Â¬ The prospects are that the Jail campaign will be animated It is settled that there will be fusion JlVofDemocrats and Independents on one side with the Republicans on the other t i i t w W v v fifty - v f The latest dispatches report that there are no cases among thetrodps and the surgeons hope to keep thbm Every isolated from contagion possible precaution notonly against exposure but in water and food being taken camp hospitals are be The Democratic convention of ing established for the refugees and Illinois adopted an initiative and others who have been exposed and referendum plank which means vigorous regulations will be En- Â¬ that new laws must be submitted forced f t to a vote of the people before they Regarding the future of Santiago Â¬ This has here- nothing has been officially stated become operative tofore been Populist doctrine but but it is significant thatorderswdre the Chicago Record a paper that issued from the- - department Vested- supported McKinley has this word day afternoon to prepare the first of approval for the new plank and second regiments of volunteer j A new feature in the platform is immunes for immediate departure the indorsement of the initiative and referendum and advocacy of for the front This would seem to constitutional revision in order to be indicative of a purpose on the extend their use in this State The part of the government to garrison adoption of this system would tend with these fever proof men to conservatism in the best sense of Santiago permitting the removal of the that word Representative legis- Â¬ thus lative bodies are more likely to regular troops to more healthy give approval to wild experimental points ideas than is the entire body of the t Bitten by a ttad Dog Eeople Wjse reforms on thcother like the merit system and Eddyville Ky July 15 A mad provisions for protecting public dog in town caused a great dealof property rights have an r added stability and sanction from approv- Â¬ excitement yesterday It bit sev Â¬ al by popular vote eral dogs and a calf in town and fc t tnen passed out into a neiu wnere The CKicago Record says old man Tonips Rowland seventy- proposed upon the arrivalof the commissioners to hoist at Hono- Â¬ five years old was at work and lulu the identical flag that was made a vicious attack oii him bit- hauled down April 1 1893 by Par-Â¬ ing him severely on the cheek amount Blount This flag belonged arras and side The dog was kill to the cruiser inmoo ihemlying in port ami 2was taken possessibnt off ed pKowland left for Padycah to by Lieut Lucian Young one of lier try the virtue of a madstone officers who presented it to Minis- Â¬ ter Thiijfston Mr Thurston treas--ure- d Clarksville is now pushing her- Â¬ itas asacred tiling and will self as a summer resort The fol- Â¬ deliver it to Admiral Miller to be lowing extract is from an editorial restored to iter former place at the in the Leaf Chronicle on the subject top of the flagstaff on the govern- Â¬ ment palace There were two f Clarksville is truly a summer United States flags officially dis Â¬ resort and we extend Cincinnati played at Honolulu in 1893 The and Louisville a cordial invitation tp spend their vacation here For once 4be boabtfijljjspirit of IMC BlUlUlBTUl lilt FlIH VI JVItUlVU ant Commannder Moore who was Clarksville is exerting itself in a very active in fick partisanship for right direction If city people must She the Hawaiian rgul0yLca8 presented this llag to Skmuel M go to the country let them by all Damon who wo appointed minis means go to a cice quiet place like tor of fikaenhJltKeheWovcrn-meit Clarksville ings lis f Entirely new and first class in all Ington respects Excellent samplo room aad Bervice uuequalled in the city Caclq Sam War Moath On Double Car Line April is the month made notable by great events in American history-- The G F L P Klzidkber Props Henderson Ky jflrst great struggle for American lib erties broke into hostilities at Lexing Â¬ ton and Concord about the middle of April 1775 the war between the con federate states and the United State began in AprilHBOl in April 1802 Far Â¬ ragut captured New Orleans and In April 1665 came the surrender of the army of Northern Virginia at Appomat tox Courthouse Â¬ and after 154 consecutive hours ol fighting they were captured This afforded splendid opportunity for ieut Sicard and the other young officers of the navy to experience the shock of battle and to learn the pos sibilities of successful fighting behind wooden walls under capable commanders On the 2d of July his ship with other gunboats and mortar vessels joined Admiral Farragut above Vicks burg and on the 15th of the same month took part in the engagement wjtbjhe ram Arkansas which came out of tifc Yazoo river passed through the fldet and took refuge under the batteries of Vicksburg July 10 1862 he was cqm missioned as lieutenant commander and transferred to the steam sloop iTiconderoga of the Bouth Atlantic blockading squadron and took part in the two attacks on Fort Fisher De-Â¬ cember 1864 and January 1805 JEIc was also engaged in the naval and Isfnd attacks on Fort Fisher of January jl5 1S65 andlthebombardment of Fort Anderson in February of the same year It will thus be seen that A miral Sicard had the advantage of service throughout the entire war from 1861 to 1865 and that his career was one of uninterrupted success and rapid proSince the war he has com motion manded both ships and fleets andserved in every station where the American navy has been represented He has served in the naval academy at An napolis as an instructor and as the head of the ordnance bureau in Wash- ington He has been wrecked and cast ashore on a desert island in the ocean with a boats crew In every stntioWis which he has been placed ho has shown himself to be a brave and capable officer As a maa he is the soul of honpr simple straightforward and gonerqaB and qualified In every way for the high position which he now occupies as coaildentlal adviser to the secretary of the navy Hon John D Long at Wash Â¬ acres on Ducker Mill road - 65 acres of bottom land 2 good houseB 2 barnB well watered 15 acres timber Price w 1100 balance in one and 2 years at 6 per cent The best farm m the neighborhood - 500 cash Besides these we have other farms for Bale and will take pleasure tin showing any of them to parties wieh ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab stracts of title furnished all purchus erf Now is the time to buy real estate right men For sale or exchange a good pay well located Three tracts of coal lands two of the mines partially developed Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest qual ity One tract contains 000 acres one J75 acres one 05 acres All within i mile Illinois Central It It Will sell at bargains and on easy terms Here are fortunes for the Â¬ is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these daysof yellow journalism They care little for truth and great deal for temporary sensation It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability Us prints the news all the newsand tells the truth about it It is the only American newspaper outside New York city that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service and its own staff correspondents and artists at the front in both hemispheres Itis the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world Its war news service is unapproachably the best Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier t We read the war news in the other papers then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to see how much of it is true v Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received Address THE CHICAGO RECORD 1S1 by all postmasters Madison street Chicago Â¬ ing hotel at the famous Dawson Springs Will sell at a bargain or exchange for improved farming land Â¬ Â¬ For Bale a good first class board ing house at Dawson Springs Will sell on easy terms or oxchange for good no tea The owners business Â¬ flAGG -- R1CHAB0S Â¬ compels him to reside elsowhere 30 acre ranch well improved near San Dieero Cat Will eichanirefor property In Christian county Ky William Robinson Agt Qffice Webber Street Â¬ Hppkinsville Ky BUILDERS CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN - Hotel Henderson Building Materials 4 OttAS OATLETT OLABENOE HABBI Of All Kinds LIME AND CEMENT s CATLETT HARRIS Bro Formerly with Forbes jftsfefirti SVaj PAINTERS and PAPER HANGERS Wa hnvn VMipliiflai in on tntn Viiid ineas for ourselves and offer our ser vices to the publio at the triost roas boablo DriceH PftnrkanfiriniraBrww ialty All work guaranteed beave orders at tus xoungs Telephone 84 2 LUMBER -- aKd tlthm Xnimutvr ef Ier The clean sweep Dewey made is treasury building- n Hpnolulu all tine wore remarkable since it It mm beaa calculated that if a patl psrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtm After the torpedo boat destroyer of thread wad from spktera wtbc were Tkat wf alo be iyen tothe breeze has be learned that there are m reffdreJ it would ooeupy a early SMM fhat abkitalAMuioapaper Tfc annexation coram iisktien rhen the apUUrs a full year to funiiah 1L arriye atthe Hawaiiaii islandit broom alb PMiypfjui Gloucester - Moore QutqjijWpt M Mrs it was raised above the The Meat Expeaalre Drsjr A London specialist says the most ex peasif e drug Js pbysostlgmlne an ounce pf which would cost nearly 1000 Itis prepared from the Calabar bean and is used iadiseasea of the eye j Give us a call when you need any thing in our line rig DAGG RICHARDS HBPKIIVILLE j ICY V - mmmmmmmamm tfHMteomsaN sato wrtiyx rT SOUTHERIAND Sketch of the Little Eagles Gal Inn t Commindtf-s--- RAIN OR SHELLS From the Battleship Oregon Alone 1776 Were Flretl July 3 Guantanamo Bay July 15 Some idea of the awful rain of the shells poured into the doomed Spanish squadron on the morning of July 3 by the pursu- Â¬ ing American warships may be gained from the number of shots iired from the battleship Oregon This number also bears out the statement of the Spanish officers that it was the fire from the secon dary batteries that drove their men from their guns and forced the ships to beach From the time when Private OShea of the battleship Oregon fired the first shot from her forward six pounder until the Cristobal Co- Â¬ lon turned toward the shore the Oregon fired 1776 shells Of these 1670 were fired from her The big thirtecn inch guns were fired thirty four times the eight inch guns twenty eight times and the six inch twenty four times The one pounders were fired twen- Â¬ ty times The destruction caused by some of the shots was fearful One eight inch shell which penetrated the turret of the Almirante Oquendo ex-Â¬ ploded and killed every person in Â¬ side blowing some to pieces six-pound- THREE DAYS STORM OF awsssli I Playa del Este Rfrred t to as r the ilero Atlas of Clcn- - fuegos by k Chicago War Wonderful Bargain Giving AT following1 brief sketch of W II II Southerland is from the War Atlas of the- - Chicago The Lieut Times Herald who Lieutenant Southerland figured prominently in the affair at Cienfucg08 when the vessel which he commands was fired upon by a Spanish cruiser is one of the fortu- Â¬ nate younger officers of the navy who has received a command of his own so long1 as he retains which he is colloquially addressed by the Captain complimentary term His vessel is the swift auxiliary cruiser Eagle formerly a private yacht but engaged actively in the blockade of Cuba This acceptable billet was given to Lieutenant Southerland in testimony of the high regard in which he has held by the Navy Department where he has been on duty for several years with the exception of the regular periods at sea A fact greatly in his favor is that he is one of the few officers of the navy who are literally risen from the ranks In 1868 when a lad he enlisted as an apprentice ex hibiting such zeal and adtitude for the service that he was given an He appointment to Annapolis graduated at the head of his class and after passing through the lower grades of midshipman ensign and lieutenant junior grade was com- Â¬ missioned a full lieutenant on Feb- Â¬ ruary 9 1884 His little vessel the Eagle smelled some of the first powder of the war in the skirmish off Cienfuegos Cuba with some Spanish gunboats and batteries She was hit once by a shell The sketch is accompanied by an excellent portrait of Lieut South- Â¬ W ALUS GROCERY Friday SATURDAY Monday JULY 15 16 and 18 These prices will surely interest you for the items are things you may an wind to scrutiny and comparison - jt No Flowers Allowed Flowers can play no part in a military funeral the rules of army or naval burials forbidding theni W explained an army officer to a re- Â¬ porter While I was down at Chickamauga recently it was ru- Â¬ M mored that one of the soldiers in us ill i be This camp there had died Indeed it was so printed in a local paper The result was that on theT follow- Â¬ i ing day a large quantity of flowers GOFFEE was sent by sympathetic ladies and others with a request that they ALibuckles Lion Eagle Leverings should be placed on the coffin of the 9c dead soldier Now the fact was Only 5 packages to a customer that no soldier had died and the officers had the flowers sent to their quarters If there were a death in is daily grow Â¬ the camp the flowers could not be ing in popularity To further in- Â¬ used for they are not military in any sense The only thing allowed troduce it we will quote for three erland on the coffin of a soldier or sailor is days at 22c per pound Hopklnsville Produce Harket a flag That has been decided to is the finest prices paid by Hopkinsville be decoration enough and among Cash Dry merchants military men I have never heard pure Mocha and Java in town now the slightest objection to the cus- Â¬ Bacon 33c per pound Bams country 810c tom which has always prevailed Washington Star The best grade of P Berry Jo Shoulders ARE BOUND TO HAVE but it will blow you good These prices will bear the closest Read Carefully LARD suaAR 17 Lbs Granulated 18 Fine Clarified per Package 20 Brown 100 100 100 Every one knows of our reputation for keep only GOOD LARD THE VERY BEST Lards are high now but for tho throe days we will sell you any quantity at 7 Jo Wallis Favorite MEATS Finest Sugar Cured ed Shoulders FLOUR We Parkes Roast 11 l 2c Hams Canvassed Sugar Cur Â¬ MILLS handle ACME MILLS BINNS CRESCENT MILLS in all grades 400 per Bbl for Patent 350Ia Bbl for Straight SYRUP The richest you ever saw will stand hot weather 10 cts PER GALLON Sidea 4J5 Lard Country Produce 57c 67o Kentucky Fair Dates Green you ever saw for only 16c as Ham Very Lean Bacon Sliced Dried Beef G ood 8 l 3c 9c 25c Butter Eggs Now feathers Beeswax Tallo- w- Ginseng per lb Honey Tub washed wool Greased Poultry- Y chickonB live per Roosters The following are the dates for holding the Kentucky fairs this year No war tax en oura As good aB you care to 1215c have Black Green and Mixed for 50c perlb 7c so far as reported to this office Sucre 2528c tariesorotherofBcers will ploiiBo advise 182ic us of any errors oroniipeiouB in the list RAZING- - PjDWDER Ellendalo August 9 5 days 2JC JACK FROST is alwaya on top 10 15 25c per can Hustonvillo AugustlO 8 days 2225 wiudow given See Steel 7J8c Lawrenceburg AugUBt 164 days away with Enamel Ware in show fine chance A Baking Powders 26o Fern Creek August 168 days you caV t lose 1818c Lebanon August 164 days TEA VINEG AR We wont you to become acquainted with OUR Vinegar for that meanB making a customer of you Its only 30o per gallon and ennt be beaten CHEESE AlwayB haudling the best 170 CANNED GOODS Pino Apple small and largo Peas Will remind you of spring Delicious Vienna Sausage Potted Ham Corned Beef Good Salmon The very finest Salmon 10 and 20c 10 and 15c lOo doz150l80 2c drain Clover per bushel Corn ft Wheat Corn shelled Live stock 1 Hogs Sheep Cattle CnlvoB IS 4Gc 60c 50c 260300 800825 100425 2B0850 3325 Brodhead August 17 8 days Russell Springe August 234 days 8 for 10c ShepherdBvilJej August 234 days Pretty Unraatchable Toilet Soap Sholbyville AugUBt23 4 dnys Fine Grade Buttermilk Soap- Germantown AugUBt 24 4 days Tube Rose Boquet Springfield AugUBt 244 days Violet de Panne Madisonvillo AugUBt 24-- -4 days Grandpas Wonder BardBtown August 80 5 days Lagrange August 818 days Barbourvillo August 418 days Marvelous 7 lb package for SO eta Elizabethtown September 6 4 days SOAPS Wo aro still maintaining our name for keeping -J the frostiest x15o Fresh lot of X Rays Fresh lot of Reception Graham Wafers 15o Fre9h lot of Almond WaferB 25o FreBh lot of Lemon Wafers 20a Snaps and Animals Fresh and Dainty Ginger Sodas and Oyster CRACKERS -for -3- 25o 5c 8Jc 12 Jo 15o 5c 15c 10c 15c PICKLE wo can sell you bet ter ones at a wonderful price But if you will insist lotus save you money in yourspicoB 5 and 10c por box highest quality Â¬ Dont put up Pickle when 4c FRUIT JARS Stone Jars and Jugs Mneous Glass J are at Boforo tho advauco 7c gal STAROH JELLY GLASSES At tho Unheard of Price of 22 cents per Dozen Price Ewing Soptember7 dayB Glasgow Septomber 14 4 days 4 Jar Rubbers de per dozen Full supply of Extra Tops for Masons Jars 7Jc Nos 25o lOo 1 BIRD SEED BUCKETS Never-wear-ou- TUMBLERS Exquisite Blown Glass WORTH DOUBLE GOo Lambs Hides and Furs Green hides Green salted hides Dry flint Vogotabloa New potatoes per bushel Cabbago per bond Watermelons 67c 7jjc M12c 75c Bowling CreenSoptomborl4 4days High Grade Large Box Louisville Septembor 26 6 days Hartford Soptember 2D- - 8 days days Owousboro October t Fibre only October 114 days Wooden Buckets Paducah -- CHIMNEYS and 2 only Be per Set each 45 Lamps at you own price BROOMS That caut bo matched for Quality and Price Private Alaillng Cards 85o 2585o 425 3 75 Florida Flour Rtitail Baton f per bbl Standard per bbl Hay Clover per ewt Good Timothy Brau retail Tomatoes nuoy per doz Oholco por doz Greon Cor- nFancy do oars Choico do aara V- - rGo r 70o 12Jo 20c 106 10c 8g 15 PaducahJWeddlng Paducah Ky- - 5 Olica fnnftK i Armour Gardner and Mrs Irene Cox prominent society people of the TfKiu iqarneu here at the wV nome or the brjde yesterday alt6r jy -1 Mr W oclock vm A1- Tlmv lift at V T von bri4ttettr k s Thepostoliico department ha mndo a now and important ruling by which persons or firms may huvo thoir own private mailing cards printed using thereon a one cent postago stamp The requirement made by Uncle Sam are that such shall not be larger than tho postal card now in uae8x5 finch Â¬ es that tho address side of tho card shall bear those words Private mail Â¬ ing cards Authorized by act of Con gross May 19 1898 ThisBide of the 211 card ehall contain nothing else save the address On the other side thV M FSHRYER message may either bo iu writing or TOHANBERY A print and advertisement in colors can1 8 rnovniETons oiiv beuBod Tho act will not nocoflcnrjly i4W work n discontinuance of card though loss of them will be used hereafter a in a eon bo Thoconco8Biouforsuchit GlarkevUl j SHRYER Propfr HANBERY will bo appreciated by business men U Who Haye Totjaqco of generally who haya long wanted tq I We Solicit Jhe Patronage print their own private mailing cards KY Free Storage to Shippers i HQPKINSVILE It will also provd a Buvinff to the gov orumont AUAanCOR JMLaue OBI yrCartful attention given to Mmpfyig 8ud- Bollln b11 la000 ten4 i II i t l iiuiwi i i J atiTncQ pft lonaocq m aiora aii iquhvo luauron Mr J Wi McPheraon ha gfne to WU8 JC KEttQWCK Salwmak SmphUiSprhig W Va owirwj juwvruuiu nf T wkkJil ry A UllJLf TVTT ST f I Our two wagons running at all hours insure prompt delivery of Goods SOUTH MAIN STREET Wallis Grocery PHONE 27 KENDR1CK RUNYON Tennassts THE BUSY PLAGE PE0PLJBS WAREHOUSE G entral TobaccoWar ehduse ToelI JSlte fj aiirai it - kMl UOnSlgnmeiH I k I W i wI w iiitjfciii-ite- - iiiai ymkMfamiitxhi V - VW- - S fmAliBERTS COLTS K t nro BRYANS REGIMENT TT U ite W HEAVY Davie Acqmtttd HAUL Ikt BEING EXAMtNtfD SPECIAL - Will Not Pas Through Hopkins vllle After All El jM f tktnr Sold For 1300 in Chicago - i Owing to some delay in the troops to move Col William -- p getting Dw Of CwpShooters Uncavcnd Nlntecfi Far Teachers and Three Fer the State College Only three applicants for ap poiutmeflts to the vacancies in the Hosiefy ogy - tfA a mfnfwill TinKlpavp Lincoln N a Warrants Issued on the SpH and ivemngl ThefcVjii Er- SaletUM Unrfcr Electric Lights until Saturday 5 eight ol i nem Are so seems to be somei doubt asto t the jnidyvNIght 8 whetherall o the reiriment willart Bagged r Xg9tocks Yards tyg south by wayr of Louis vine tjiougu it is now expected that this will be the case The Southern railway The examining trial of Lucien Af WiMnnsrlav nitrhts Bale of has the contract to move the Ne Davie colored who has been con thoroughbred yearlings at the braska boys from Lincoln to Jack- Â¬ fined in jail here since June 28 for stockyards in Chicago several sonville where CoLBryanJs com the killing of Henry Reese colored IproSSsing youngstcrsfrbm this city mandwill become apart JgtgGcn ov6r a game of crap shooting at titzhugh Lees division fW frcreaisp5sed of Herndon took place before County ffftjflorty nirie horses were sold the 1 Judge Cansler this morning and NOW OPEN TUpest price being 700 The av resulted mthe acquittal of thepns- erSjre price was 164 for the string oner There was also a charge of Eight colts of Imported Albertwere Is the Chalybeate Sprinrs Hotel tranibling against Davie which J atSebree sold and with but one exception was dismissed and Davie was set i they seemed to be fayoi ites with at liberty The evidence all went TY s tlie buyers The average price for I wish to inform the people of Hjp to show that the killing waB clearly JK Jennings Bryans Nebraska regi- - if 7m v Ll rot- Â¬ Â¬ state college irom this county ap peared to day let examination There are eight places vacant and ibNvas expected that there would be a large number of applicants The three now being examined arc Clark H Tandy son of Mr W T Tandy Lorraine G Gant son of Mr J K Gant and Douglass Gra Â¬ Offering ON ham son of Mr Thos L of Casky- - Graham r K Ladies real lisle fast black seamless hose double sole schools It is expected that the examina- Â¬ iiigu spncca neci extra auraoie tion will be concluded to night but Ladies super raaco imported drop stitch hose Hermsdorf dye it may hold over until to morrow TO DAYS MARKET REPORT The same examiners are also conducting the examination of 19 persons who are applicants for cer tificates to teach in the county SALE TO OAY 19c fine silk finish double sole and heel highest cellence in material and manufacture ex- - Ik f the Ilopkinsville colts was 16250 The following list of sales shows the pedigree of the colts the names with owner purchaser and price s BS f 11485 by imp i P Albert out ol M Bullet owned by Williams Rad- Â¬ ford bought by H M Mason for H B c 11488 by imp Albert out of Emeute owned by Williams Rad- lorn oougnt Dy win Mcuuigan ior 4 B f 1A496 by imp Albert out of Lucy Clark owned by Williams Radford bougtfttfyE 50 Sjoisiior Albert out of Marie owned by Williams Rad- Â¬ ford bought by Wm McGuigan for B c 11494 by imp 150 i i i- - m kp i Albert out of Moi Miloi owned by J A Radford bought by Wm McGiiigan ior 300 B c 14630 by imp Albert out of Tommie Lee owned by J A Rad ford boucrht by P W Dawes for Br c 14629 by imp Dec Corn 33 32 33 tf Mens fine muslin hemstitched handkerchiefs in great They were Garrett Quarks Bob Sept Oats 19 v 19 19 X jvariety of beautiful pattern borders Couch Tom Quarles AVm Brame SebreerSpringsrKy Sept Pork 9 95 10 12 10 05 Tom Pollard Andrew Pollard 5 72 Another shipment of those splendid bleached vests 5 67 Will Send Them Tobacco Taylor Pryor and Sam McRey- - Sept Lard 5 70 Sept Ribs 5 67 5 75 5 72 for ladies with taped neck and arms jf t Dr H T- Jrane3 of Clarksville nnlrls k calls 68 All of them entered a plea of Sept wheat puts 67 wnose son Louis is a member of Now York Stookfl and Cotton Company5 H of thes First Regiment guilty and a fineoLk20 and costs I Opg Higt Closing now at oan i rancisco is preparing The first six promised to pay in Aug Cotton 6 06 6 06 6 06 a great treat for the boys of the 1 19 I 19 1 i8 This will twd weeks and were released for Am Tob Clarksville company 99 Pryor who lives Chicago Gas 99 97 consist of a large quantity of smok- Â¬ the time being 1 06 abouHr3G0 pounds4 in rthia city and McRcjnolds C 1 05 tobacco ing 106X 53 N 53 which Will be sfinftb then immed claiminghis home in Russellville L 54 1 07 jifere sent to the work house Manhattan 1 07 iately by express 10GX S - kinsville and all others who wish to visit at Sebree Springs thatfiiy house is now open after undergo- ing repairs to visitorsandfurther more that I have specialRarrange ments with train lb J2 going north to stop rularjlyj at tlie springs to accommodate visitors My rates range from 5 to 7 per Children under ten half week w f price Address Tl the case the witnesses let out Chicago Market the information that a general Opff Higt game of crap shooting waB in pro- Â¬ Cash Wheat gress and as soon as Davies case 67 was disposed of Judge Cansler is Â¬ Sept Wheat 67 Dec Wheat 67 67 sued warrants for eight of those en- Sept Corn 33 32 in I done in sclf defense big Catch of Shooters Corrected Dally Jlj Uen Jlawllni Hank r Ladies beautiful imported lisle hose supreme qualify nntl Hrokor nopklnavllIeKr During the taking of testimony extra sliced heel double A f rz xiOC SfcT- sole new style drop stitch Closing Ladies 67 67 33 fast black and fast tail seamless hose 8c Rn Mens fast black and fast tanjfine gsue seamless socks nirCn uT 3ri 9c - ltc J -- BQ - PERSONAL GOSSIP I f cugcnc armisicau Leaves Sugar 134 1 34X i i I i y LI ft Sfl J-J i 4 1tr 1 J V I l- - fciu 1 M IV U IT i 1 3 - s m p liri4 IH FtK BWV 4 Mil 3h - V fifth Miss Sadie Mason has returned Albert out of V from Daw son - Susie Lasley owned by L H Mc Mr J W McPherson has gone to Kee bought by E F Sims for 250 White Sulphur Springs W Va Answers to the Name of Smith Mrs1 E C Phelps returned1 lafet A colored man giving his name night from a visit to relatives in as Charlie Smith was arrested and Logan county confined in jail here this morning Misses Nettie and Susie Hord He was taken before Judge Can- - went to Crofton this morning to visit sler when he told his story He friends says he and another colored man are wanted at Smyrna near Nash- Â¬ Mrs Nonie Brewer Kiserof Tex ville for stealing nine dollars He arkana Texas arrived in the city is fearful of being taken back to yesterday and is now visiting Mrs Tennessee and hung by a mob for E R Elliott east of the city Miss Cora Lee Neafus ql Lpuis his theft His mind is evidently yille Ky has arrived on a visit to unhinged on this subject He was taken back to jail and the Tennes- Â¬ her sister Mrs John Eggleton on see authorities written to about Elm street him He has been seen for several Mrs F T Gunther returned to Owensboro yesterday accompanied days loafing around this city by her daughter Mrs T N Petree Dick Holland Buys a Bike and little grandson Gunther Hf- Our heavy weight friend R H tree Holland has added another to his Misses Maggie and Stella Shryer numerous accomplishments and of Nashville arrived in the city now appears superbly mounted on yesterday and will spend a week a prancing and highly metaled new with the family of Mr J J Smith bicycle He has progressed so far near Gracey in learning to ride that pedestrians Mr L H McKee and son Charles on the sidewalks can already meet and Mr John White returned from him with comparative safety Chicago last night Dr M W Williams and Mr J A Radford Barbecue at Herndon will return to morrow night There will be a big barbecue and brandance at Paces ford near 1 Miss Blanche Baker of Dixon Herndon KyV on Saturday Au- Â¬ who has heen visitlnj Mies Martha gust 6 The managers are Messrs Burnett of Cadiz returned home J P Weaver W H Weaver and yesterday accompanied by Miss R E Faulkner Good eating and Burnett who will make her a visit refreshments willbe provided and Mr W T Shav ofHoney Grove the music will Jbe made by Rives Texas is here on a visit to rela- Â¬ band tives Mr Shaws motherwho was formerly a Miss Bpales was Brought a Lunatic raised in this county near Caskyj Jf H Jackson who was adjudged but moved to the Lone Star State j r insane at Mayfield Tuesday was about thirty years ago- brought to the asylum by Marshal Miss Martha B Bowling of C H McNutt Wednesday Clarksville who has justgraduated from Hampton college LoujsvilleV Sam Jones at Monteagle js visiting her cousjn Mrs A G Sam iJonesjjdeliveredla lecture at Warfield She will be joined to-Â¬ MonteagJejenn Wednesday on morrow night by her friend Miss thesubjecManhood and Money Laura D West also offciarksville1 andthe two young ladies will make Pay Your City Taxes Mrs Warfield an extended visit City Taxes for 1897 must be paid They are beautiful and altogether by August 1 or property will be charming representatives of the de- Â¬ advertised for sale butantes of this season in GlhrlcsS C C C 200 Br c 11936 by imp Eugene Armistead will leave toÂ¬ t night for Knoxville Tenn where he has accepted a position as phar- Â¬ macist in the drug store of w A McBath Co He is a young man of fine character and business hab- Â¬ its and will take with him the good wishes of mdhy friends here i Knoxville is a deliglitfulmoun tain city and a very desirable place of residence Coal Iron Wheat Corn Oats Hogs Cattle Corn 24 j 25 Chicago Kecejpta To day 43 Cars 264 Cars 157 Cars im 23000 Head 4000 Head 275 Cars 152 stlinntud Receipts To morrow Wheat 80 Cars The Daily Kentuckian 400 PER YEAR Oats Hogs Cars 16000 23000 16000 395 400 385 405 i Suit Over Dunbar Cave Hoc Market Mrs Cecilia Barber of J3ards Hogs To day town Ky jhas entered suit against Hogs To morrow John Unseld to dispossess him of Light the Dunbar Cave property says the Mixed Clarksville Times The case comes Rough up for i trial before Squire Smith Heavy next Monday It is statedthat Un- Â¬ Total Clearances seld claims the right to hold the Wheat and Flour Exp 585000 bus cave this year by reason of a con- BASEBALL tract SPECIAL RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS GAMES fMMtkMhfiM pnfvwmmfffm mI Mm iifc T i w i w I wS m mm j t yj fc r ltut ii m nix i - - nTIa iii Dr Bob McDaniel Dr Robt F McDaniel Hospital Steward of the Third Regiment at Chickamauga is in the city He came in this morning on a brief furlough He reports the Hopkins ville boys all doing well at Chick Â¬ amauga Dr Austin Bell is con- Â¬ valescent and about ready to re- sume his professional duties SPECIAL REDUCTION On Meuts Tan Shoes FR0M Louisville 5 St Louis Chicago 4 Washington 3 New York 12 Boston 98 17 53 Philadelphia Baltimore 5 Brooklyn 4 1 Cleveland 0 1 Cincinnati 5 Pittsburg Won HOW THEY STAND Clubs Known Here Cincinnati Mrs Wm Colin has been with her daughter Mrs Leora Gratz Boston at Lexingtpn Mo since last Cleveland Thursday A grand daughter ar- Â¬ Baltimore rived at lhe home of Mr and Mrs Chicago Gratz Friday Fultonian Demo- Â¬ Pittsburg New York crat Lost PC 25 28 29 29 32 34 34 38 45 41 52 55 671 626 603 591 585 534 Si 47 44 42 45 39 38 32 31 29 23 23 ToMorrow n p4 - Has Executed Bond Mr R E Cooper assignee of Co has executed bond Richards with Q A Elliott Geo CLong and T W Long as his sureties The appraisement of the stock will be- gin at once New Officers Installed The Knights of Pythias lodge had a very interesting meeting last kf flight Rank work was done in the ithird rank and the new officerst for the ensuing six months were in- stalled Philadelphia -- K Washington Brooklyn Louisville St Louis 528 457 409 414 307 295 Saturday July 16 TO SATURDAY JULY Louisville at New York Chicago at Baltimore SCHEDULEFOR TODAY Pittsburg at Boston St Louis at Brooklyn Cincinnati at Philadelphia Cleveland at Washington A 23 Dont Miss It a -- - L Cravens T ville Remember the flaine Another Cruiser Purchased II IjiPHm Mm TwMmt K Place to get yourfine Merchant Vancouver Julyas-Speci- al-TTailorfrigMB hPbjvHght Pants The Australian steamerf Culgoa Is made for 3 5 7 and Suits14 reported to have been sold ttftle r 1520 IT United States to be fitted out as n Dr Higgina celebratedllux and cruiser dlarrhaea medicine inpwfbr sale Fire at Paducah put up iu 25 cent bpttlae at Annia Paducah Ky July 15 Fire tead8 drug stor laut night dewtroyd the kcHtuckv Jr 30 had younjf cattle and fine Glass and Quenwre CqipjtMh T for ale M W Wax Milk Co witk Wof moeo i mm - Young Farmer Dies Mr H C Simmons died this morning at 730 oclock at his home Trigg Teachers Institute The Trigg county Teachers As- Â¬ on theKirkmaiisville road four miles from town He died of a bronchial sociation isin session at Cadiz with Prof A L Peterman as conductor trouble following typhoid fever He About sixty teachers are in attend Â¬ leaves a widow who was formerly ance The J session will close to- Â¬ MisB Laura Foster He was 26 years old The funer Â¬ day al will occur Saturday morning at 11 oclock A Special Train Interment at Hopewell cemetery A special train willleave Louis Â¬ ville next Tuesday to carry the Oone to Omaha veterans to the Confederate reunion The Tennasee Press Associa 1 at Atlanta next Week Col Bennett II Young i arranging the detah tion in a special train has gone to kAikMkaWkM 1 kdi kd Omaha to yisit tlie Trans Mii Mr1 Jmu lYttfchtf returnad from sippi JCxpoaitioiiv Itraebed Otaa t ta lUinefc trip to New York jKyraieraa JM PETREE iinnw m COMPANY r mwhiii iimii Biiiimgii it 1 v t 4i kl liSpgfe kM- n mi MTwgni W KFal a- - z r a J MTSXOITS BRYANT REGIMENT BEAYY BEING EXAMINED SPECIAL Rf i w i 11 i t L iJTiR 41 I f 1 h l M w kw It tn But a Dtn Of Jf Eifktoftktm Sold in Chicago Owing to some delay in gettuig Davie Acquitted Only three applicants for ap Crap Shooters Uncovertd For 1300 pointments to the vacancies m the the troops to move Col William v y t State College from tliis county ap Jennings Bryans Nebraska rejfi 2 t M mentwjll BofoaveXincoln Nm peared to day for examination1 i Warrants Issued on the 5oot and There are eight placee vacant and Sale tim Untfcr Blsctrk Lights unm oaiuruay evumngv xuc j Sir1 fvlk ti Eight of Them Are ibwas expected that there would so seems to be 9ome doubt as- to iiMeoayrugui m oCithl regiment will o be a large number of applicants whetherall Bagged The three now being examined south by vayWyiOUisiilleth6ufh Stocks Yards jlHj arc Clark H Tandy son of Mr W it is now expected that this will be G the case The Southern railway The examining trial of Lucien T Tandy Lorraine Gant son of contract to move theiltfe- - Davie colored who has been con Â¬ Mr J K Gant and Douglass Gra Â¬ Af W4i1npRflav nicrhts sale of has the at the braska boys from Lincoln to Jack fined in jail here since June 28 for ham son of Mr Thos L Graham thoroughbred yearlings Mh- vf vuorvi stock yards in Chicago several sonville where Col JBrvan s com the killingTof Hcrify Reese colored nfnflotif partlcMGen The same examiners arc also uproSSingyoungatcrsfrom this city mandHvill become av over a1 game of crap shooting at conducting the examination of 19 itzhugh Lees division cjreaisposed of Herndon took place before County Â¬ fStforty nine horses were sold the Judge Canjsler this morning and persons who are applicants for cerwnvv nDRM to teach iii the county av- HHfliest price being 70Q The I resulted in the acquittal of the pris- Â¬ tificates price was 164 for the string erage oner There was also a chanre of schools It is expected that the examina Â¬ of Imported Albert were Is the Chalybeate Springs Hotel gambling agajnst Davie Eight colts which tion will be concluded to night but at Sebrec With but one exception skld and was dismissed and Davie was Set they seemed to be javWitea with at liberty The evidence all went it may hold over until to morrow 1 the buyers The average price for I wish loiinform the beoole of Hor to show that the killing was clearly JO DAYS MARKET REPORT the Ilopkinsville colts was 16250 kinsville and all others who wish done in self defense The following list of sales shows to isitvat JebreeSpifiglgthy v Dig caicn oi snooicrs uorrecieu uauy lty uea Kawiim Hank r the pedigree of the colts the names hquse ihoAy opn afternjlergo- - Biiring the taking of testimony and Ilroker IIopklnavIHe Ky withowner ipurchaser and price jng repairs to yisitorsaud further- Â¬ in the case the witnesses let out OhlcBKii Market paidS f-sif m more that have specialiirrange the information thai a general 52 going -Bfff 11485 byimp Albert out of ment8 with trains 1 Opg Higt Closing Â¬ at the game of criip shooting AVas in pro- Cash Wheat Buliet owned by Williams Rad north to stop gress and as soon as Davies case Sept Wheat 67 67 ford bought by H M Mason for springs to accommodate visitors Gift of Judge Cansler is- Â¬ range from 5 to 7 per was disposed My rates 67 Wheat 67 225 67K for eightof those en- - ftec Children under ten half sued warrants SeptrCorn 33 32 33 B c 11488 by imp Albert out of week k 33 DecrCorh 33 Emeute owned by Williams Rad- Â¬ pricey Address 32tf They were Qarrett Quarles Bob A R UaiwTUIACTfj V ford bought by Wm McGuigan for Sept Oats 19 m 19tf v u CouchTom Quarles Wm Brame ebVee Springs Ky 9 95 225 10 12 10 05 Sept Pork Tom Pollard Andrew Pollard 5 70 5 72 B f H4Q6 by imp Albert out of 5 67 Will Send Them Tobacco Taylor Pryor and Sam McRey- Sept Lard Lucy Clark owned by Williams 5 75 Sept Ribs 5 67 5 72 Dr Jrane ipf Clarksville mqius t i Radford bpugnhtfyfE FflSimsifOr iwhose JJ T Louis calls 68 son a member of All of them entered a plea of Sept wheat puts 67 is 50Now Vork Stock ami Oottun guiltyand a fine ofy 20 and costs B c 11494 by imp Albert out of Company1 H of thejFirst Regiment was imposed in each case Opg Higt Closing Marie owned by Wiljiams Rad- Â¬ now at San Francisco is preparing 6 06 06 The first six promised to pay in Aug Cotton 6 06 ford bought by Wm McGuigan for a nreat treat for the bovs of the two weeks and were released for Am Tob 1 19 1 18 19 This will Clarksville company 1 J 150 97 Pryor who lives Chicago Gas 99 consist of a large quantity of smok the time being Br c 14629 by imp Albert out of 1 06X 1 05 Q 1 06 tobacco abbuK3C0 pounds ih this tity and McReynolds C B Moi Miloi owned by J A Radford ing 53 L 53 - claiminghis home in Russellville N bought by Win McGuigan or 300 which Will besentto them immedwere sent to the work house Manhattan 107K 107 106X B c 14630 by imp Albert out of iately by express Sugar 134X 132 Eugene Armistead Leaves omraie Lqe owned by J A Radi Coal 24 Iron 25 PERSONAL GOSSIP 24J ford bought byF W Dawes for Eugene Armistead will leave toÂ¬ ChlcuRo ICeceJplB To day 200 night for Knoxville Tenn where v 43 Cars Br c 11936 by imp- - Albert out of Miss Sadie Mason has returned he has accepted a position asphar Wheat Corn 264 Cars Mc- - from Dawson Susie Lasley owned by L H macist in the drug store of w A Oats-157 Cars j Mr J W McPherson has gone to McBath Kee bought by E F Sims for 250 Co He is a young man -Hogs 23000 Head White Sulphur Springs W Va of fine character and business hab- Â¬ Answers to the Name of Smith 4000 Head Mrs E C Phelps returned1- - laUt its and will take with him he good Cattle Katlmntud Uocclptu To morrow A colored man givjnghis name night from a visit1 to relatives in wishes of mriny friends here 80 Cars Wheat as Charlie Smith was arrested and Logan county Knoxville is a delightfulmoun x Corn 75 Cars cqnfined in jail here this morning Misses Nettie and Susie Hord tain city and a very desirable Oats 152 Cars Hewas taken before Judge Can- - went to Crofton this morningto visit piace Of residence Hogs j 16000 sler wlien Ke told liis story He friends yf Suit Over Dunbar Cave7 Host Market says he and another colored man Mrs Nonie Brewer Kiserof Tex 23000 Mrs Cecilia Barber of Bards Hogs To day iare wanted at Smyrna near Nash- Â¬ arkana Texas arrived in the city - 16000 ville for stealing nine dollars He town Ky has entered suit against Hogs To morrow isfearful of being taken back to yesterday and is now visiting Mrs John Unseld to dispossess him of Light 395 of Mixed 400 Tennessee and hung by a mob for E R Elliott east the city the Dunbar Cave property saysiht Miss Cora Lee Neafus of Lpuis Clarksville Times his theft His mind is evidently 385 The case comes Rough unhinged on this subject He was yille Ky has arrived on a visit to up for trial before Squire Smith Heavy 405 taken back to jail and the Tennes- Â¬ her sister Mrs John Eggleton on next Monday It is statedthat Un- Â¬ Total Ulearanoea see authorities written to about Elm street seld claims the right to hold the Wheat and Flour Exp 585000 bus Mrs F T Gunther returned to cave this year by reason of a conhim He has been seen for several BASEBALL Ovvensboro yesterday accompanied tract days loafing around this city N Petree by her daughter Mrs T SPECIAL Dr Bob McDanlel Dick Holland Buys a Bike and little grandson Gunther P Dr Robt F McDaniel Hospital RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS GAMES Our heavy weight friend R H tree Steward of the Third Regiment at Holland has added another to his Boston Louisville Misses Maggie and Stella Shryer numerous accomplishments and of Nashville arrived in the city Chickamauga is in the city He New York 12 5 St Louis 5 3 now appears superbly mounted on yesterday and will spend a week came in this morning on a brief Chicago 4 Washington 3 a prancing and highly metaled new with the family of Mr J J Smith furlough He reports the Hopkins Philadelphia 1 Cleveland 0 vjlle boys all doing well at Chick- Â¬ bicycle He has progressed so far near Gracey Baltimore 5 Cincinnati 5 1 amauga Dr Austin Bell is con- Â¬ in learning to ride that pedestrians Brooklyn 4 Pittsburg 1 Mr L H McKee and son Charles on the sidewalks can already meet and Mr John White valescent and about ready to re- Â¬ returned from him with comparative safety HOW THEY STAND Chicago last night Dr M V sume his professional duties Williams and Mr J A Radford Clubs Known Here Won Lost PC Barbecue at Herndon will return to morrow night G71 51 25 Mrs Wm Colin has been with Cincinnati There will be a big barbecue and Boston 28 47 626 brandance at Paces ford near 1 Miss Blanche Baker of Dixon her daughter Mrs Leora Gratz Cleveland 44 29 603 since last Herndon Ky on Saturday Au- Â¬ who has been visiLlnj Miss Martha at Lexingtpn Mo 591 29 42 Burnett of Cadiz returned home Thursday A grand daughter ar Baltimore 6 gust The managers are Messrs J Chicago 45 585 32 J F Weaver W H Weaver and yesterday accompanied by Miss rived at ihe home of Mr and Mrs 39 34 534 Burnett who will make her a visit Grate Friday Fultonian Demo-Â¬ Pittsburg R E Faulkner Good eating and New York 38 34 528 refreshments willbe provided and Mr W T Shaw of Honey Grove crat 38 457 Philadelphia v 32 themusicwillbe made by Rives Texas is here on a visit to rela- Â¬ Has Executed Bond 31 45 Washington 409 band tives Mr Shaws mother who Mr R E Copper assignee of Brooklyn 41 414 29 was formerly a Miss Boales was Richards o has executed bond Louisville 23 307 52 Brought a Lunatic raised in this county near Casky with Q A Elliott Geo CLong and St Louis 55 23 295 who was adjudged but moved to the Lone Star State j 11 uuiij ua iuo sureties xne j fJtH Jackson w i insane at Mayfield Tuesday was about thirty years ago appraisement of the stpek will be- SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY brought to the asylum by Marshal Miss Martha B Bowline of gin at once Louisville at New York C H McNutt Wednesday Clarksville who has just graduated Chicago at Baltimore New Officers Installed from Hampton college Loujavilltf Pittsburg at Boston Sam Jones at Monteagle The Knights of Pythias lodge had js yisiting her cousjn Mrs A G St Louis at Brooklyn i t l Cincinnati at Philadelphia Sam Jonesidelivereda lecture at Warfield Slid will be joined to-Â¬ n Iorir inl nrnofinio MonteagleJSenn Wednesday pa morrow night by her friend Miss ight Rank work was done in the Cleveland at Washington iLaura DWestoalso ofrClarksville1 inira ranic ana tne pew oiheers for - r ineBUDjectiJivmnnoou ana money jUh fir Vi A Young Farmer Dies ana tne iwo young laaies will make the ensuing six months were in Mrs Warfield an extended visit stalled Pay Your City Taxes Mr H C Simmons died this City Taxes for 1897 must be paid They are beautiful aqd altogether morning at 730 oclock at his home Trigg Teachers Institute by August 1 or property will be charming representatives of the de Â¬ on theKirkmansville roadfour injles The Trigg county Teachers As Â¬ advertised for sale butantes of his season L C Cravens C T C sociation is in session at Cadiz with from town He died of a bronchial Prof A L Peterman as conductor trouble following typhoid fever He Another Cruiser Purchased About sixty teachers are in attend- Â¬ leaves a widowi who was formerly Remember the flnine ance The session will close to Â¬ Miss Laura Foster yancouyer July45-7Snecih- l-Place to get your fine Merchant He was 26 years old The funer Â¬ Tailoring fs by FbyvjrJght Pants The Australian ateamerf Culgoa is day al will occur Saturday morning at made for 3 5 7 and Suits14 reported to have been sold to the 11 oclock Interment at Hopewell A Special Train i52o United StateB to be fitted out as a cemetery A special train willleaye Louis Â¬ Dr Biggins cclebratcdfluz and cruiser ville next Tuesday to carry the Gone to Omaha diarrhaea medicine iHnpvv for sale veterans to the Confederate reunion at Paducah fire put up in 25 cenibptiloe at Annis The Tennessee Press Associai Paducah Ky July 15 Fire at Atlanta next week Col Dennett f ion in a special train has gone to teada drug store Ikst night deetrdyed the Kehtutky II Young h arranging the details Omaha to STi ii visit the TranJrffaStoa 30 N9ful young cattle and line Glass and Quceniware CqmpRny Mr Jaw WerthM returned from e ppi JCxpoeitide It refad Oma Wjlk CoweW sale wttfc aloeVof mW W W War abuRhseM trip to Jfew York ha yesterday t v c Will Not Paw Through Hopkins villc After Alt Nintwi Fr TMcbrs and Thre Fw th State College UflBriif w fffe s Hosiery Offering ON 1 I - SALETO iAY Ladies rdal lisle fast black seamless hose double sole high spliced heel extra durable 19e M- Ladies super maco imported drop stitch hose Hermsdorf dye tine silk finish double sole and heel highest ex- ccllence in material and manufacture HJU Ladies beautiful imported lisle hose supreme quality extra sliced heel double sole new style dropstitch Ladies fast black and fast tail seamless hose - f f iK 25c v rulalyj I nx 8c p Mens fast black and fast tannine gsuc seamless socks gt Mens fine muslin hemstitched handkerchiefs variety of beautiful pattern borders inne 1 gc - r Another shipment of those splendid bleached vests --for ladies with taned neck and arms k l3c Vf v I - v - K - k tff The Daily Kentuekian 400 PER YEAR t IffWIf fWV vV r fWWVfi WVP - SPECIAL REDUCTION On Mente Tan Slices FR0M 98 17 t -- ijjnviift Saturday July Dont Miss It t ToMorrow TO SATURDAY JULY M I Wstti 23 16 --- j p PETREE COMPANY - -- - - i - J- - A