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Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898): July 22, 1898 Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 dai1898072201_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 22, 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. PA W u w MMMMIMMiMldHMWMMHM Read The 10 Cti Week nr Tfce JDatfu jmtuthimt vrMl i LIVE NEWS Eveiy Page WeSetTfcePucf PRIOE 2 CENTS yoi i1 So 7r HOPKINSYILLE KY ri- tv FRIDAY AFTEENOON JULY 22 1898 GARCIA RESIGNS But is Still in the Field With ft HAINES The Kentucky Boys lfi urr r General Castillo J I BIG Is Aguinaldos Idea TOOK FRENCH LEAVE Three Workhouse Prisoners Es caped Last Evening Â¬ jTItey Will Try to do Some Fight ing on i neir uwn accouih i and Take Holguln at Left Behind iDay Nrt TMtoy Praps Smother Theyll Go Washington July 22Special-To-d- ay 200 ojcers 5100 men and fifty cars of freight left Ohickamauga for Newport News to emÂ¬ bark for the seat of war This is G en Haines brigade with the hospital corps signal office outfit and additional artillery It is expected that a part of the expedition will embark to Â¬ morrow for Porto Rico The Kentucky and Illinois troops recently under G en Haines were left behind under G en Grant They may go later Beef Steaks For Cuba How Live Cattle are Unloaded New YbrkJfily 22 The refrigerating ship Supplysailed from this port oay to join Sampsons fleet In her refrigerating room are 100- - ii T BEEVES FOR THE BOYS IN ULtJE on tramp attamoril The way In which live cattle brought to Tampa Fla tfckon frpnv th6m is very Interesting The animals are ratsod from the lower part of theyowol by heavy ropes fastened to their horns Then thoy aro attached by theso rope no a swinging arm which hoists them and swings them onto the wharf This wtbod Is less cruel than any other known of hoisting horned cattle ppunds of beef all in hind quarters 312 pounds 000 the biggest of which weighs This Promotes Roosevelt Again - He Will Take Woods Place Special Gen Leonard Wood commander of the Firstvolunteer cavalry has been designated as Military Governor ofvantingpCity audyesterday he succeeded Gen Chambers McKibben Who haa been filling that office tempornrilly since the Americans took Santiago July 22 formill possession of the city last Sunday Gen McKibben has resumed command of his brigade r Gen Woods selection f6r this important position has giyen rise to considerable jealousy although it is said that Gen Woodxs well quali fiedfor his new duties particularly so because of his medical knowledge V Mr vtn Germany Offers to Buy WW a SPtton I a rmiippmc uiauug aiauuu nt i ni e July 22MSpeciaM The Birmingham Post assicrts that eipltcdlqiiajg there a re jfood reasons for saying tlmt German recently Mo overtures toSnaiu tor mdifcndtihol and coalihir statfin in the cQau fttiXjUmlon arrangwtitlleible f tembujsy belief 1 ilt antiago July 22 Special ualixto Garcia in charge ot ie Cuban forces in the operations fijbut Santiago has notified Gen Were at Work at the Rock Quarry Sjiafter that he had tendered his and Scaled Wire Fence resignation as commander of the insurgents in the Eastern Depart Â¬ Still at Large ment action on the part of Gen is regarded as a ruse Three colored prisoners in the That Gen Garciahas notserious workhouse escaped from the insti Â¬ retired from the Cuban army is tution late yesterday evening disclosed by the fact that he has They were Win Leavell 30 days for petit larceny Geo Lockhart 30 days for disorderly conduct and march their Cuban forces against Hplguin and that both Garca and Kirk Baxter 30 days for breach of J2astillo have joined in a request to peace Gen Gomez to unite with them in They were at work under Deputy out of all the Burrus and theofficerhad occasion to driving the Spaniardsto other provinces prior the Ameri Â¬ leave for a few moments and while on Havana he was gone the prisoners scaled can attack IL Cuban staff officers confidently the wire fence and were soon out of informed me that they would capt- Â¬ sight Spanish garrison at Hol A reward of 45 has been offered ure the gpin within a month During the for their capture by Keeper John interim preceeding the Havana son promise to They were still at large at 330 campaign the Cubans the field with extraordinary take pm activity and to clear the greater part of the island of Spanish troops SAMPSON TOO SLOW It is likely too that the misunder Â¬ standing between Gen Shafter and The President Sends Him a PerGen Garcia will result in the Cu- Â¬ emptory Order bans of all parts of the island unit Â¬ ing for effective warfare against Washington July 22 The Presj4 ttie enemies of their country dent has wired Admiral Sampson F If Gens Gomez and Garcia will to put a safe convoy of ships atGen drop personal animosity and act to-Â¬ Miles disposal at once He called gether the Cubans may yet do a meeting of the War Council yes some effective work in freeing their terday The fact that the board country from the rule of Spain was in session an unusually long They have been liberally supplied time gave rise to the report that the Aith arms ammunition and food government has decided to aban Â¬ But if Gen Garcias wounded feel- Â¬ don the attack on the Canaries and ings cause him to follow his pro- Â¬ the coast of Spain This however gramme of acting independently of Was not confirmed but Secretary the Americans he will be sorry for Long admitted that the expedition the incident at Santiago which of- Â¬ would be delayed until after the fended him Porto Rico expedition had started RIGID QUARANTINE This does not mean thatthe expedi tion wilL be delayed until after the fall of San Juan but simply that Kentucky Board of Health Adopts Extreme Measures to Stamp the administration is determined to time in taking Porto Rico Use no Out the Smallpox We are not going to annex Spain but we are going to annex Porto Louisville July 22 The State Rtco said one member of the War Board of health issued a proclama- Â¬ Department in explanation of the tion yesterday placing the whole of delay Jackson county and each of its in Â¬ President McKinley is thorough- habitants under rigid quarantine ly aroused over the delay which from the outside world The board has occurred in the starting of Gen found that there have been more Miles and the expedition under his than 100 cases of smallpox in the command for Porto Rico county The facts were laid be- Â¬ For several days Gen Miles and fore the county authorities and an his troops have been aboard their effort was made by the county transports at Play a Del- - Este court as designated by law The awaiting the naval convoy which is court declined although there is to be furnished by Admiral- Samp money in the treasury The State son The troops have been swelter board now calls on the adjoining ing in the crowded ships under the counties to enforce strict quaran Â¬ broiling heat of a tropical sun tine against Jackson county along While Gen Miles has been chafing its entire boundary Evasion of under what he believes to be inex the quarantine incurs heavy penal- Â¬ cusable delay and is bombarding ties the War Department with dispatch es urging in the strongest terms Kentuckians With Grant tliat the navy be hurried in its Chickamauga Park July 22 preparations for the expedition Special Brig Gen Fred Grant to day placed in command of was Blanks Must Die the Third brigade of the First di Â¬ Frankfort Ky July vision of the First army corps to Bob Blanks must hang which the First and Third Ken- Â¬ Gen Goy Bradley yesterday examined tucky infantry are assigned to morrow at a long petition asking commutation Grant takes command 9 oclock No special ceremony and wrote only two words on the has been arranged executive papers Pardon re Pined io and Costs The Governor also refuses cused to pardon Wra R Todd of Madi- Bettie Wheeler col was fined 10 and costs in the police court for murder Jon this morning for using indecent Is It Sam or Tom language The defendant is a Special mountain of flesh weighing several Washington July 22 She gave bond Private Sum Rodman Company hundred pounds C First Kentucky volunteer infan Â¬ until Saturday try now at Camp George II Thom Â¬ No Deaths Last Night as Geoagia is upon his own ap Â¬ plication transferred to Company Portsmouth N H July 22 Ci Fpurth Kentucky volunteer in Special Thsre has been a de Â¬ fautry and will he sent to the sta cided improvement in the condition tlonof that company JUfcington of the Spanish prisoncrft here There were nodeaths last night n Manila Proclaims Himself Director of this f the Whole Island Hong Kong China July 22 Special The following brief report was received from Gen Anderson who is the commander of the Ameri canvforces pending the arrival of Gen Merritt Aguinaldo has declared a dictatorship with himself a3 Dictator and proclaimed martial law over all of the islands This is an unpopu Â¬ lar move even with the natives as the people were expecting independ- Â¬ ence A dictatorship is not an improvement over Spanish rule Gen Anderson may proceed at once against Manila without await Â¬ ing the tardy arrival of Gen Merritt This action on the part of Aguinaldo is believed to indicate ap-Â¬ Con- Â¬ proaching trouble between the Americans and the insurgents fidence is felt that Dewey is able to handle them however Miles telegraphs from Playa Dei Washington July 22 Special Este dated yesterday that he has with him on transports in Guantana mo harbor four light batteries 3rd and 4th artillery Lootnis battery E 5th artillery 6th Illinois 6th Massachusetts 275 recruits 5th army corps 60 signal corps 7th hospital corps 3450 men all told I ji Â¬ It Was Only a Rumor That Watson Would Not Co Special Washington July 22 Statements having been publish Â¬ ed that the Watson expedition to the shores of Spain had been abandon Â¬ ed Secretary Long authorizes a specific denial of their accuracy The said the Secretary has not been abandoned but merely expedition deferred until the Porto Rican situation is clearer so that we may know better what ships it will be necessary to retain in American waters The only question was whether the expedition should sail now or a week or so hence It will be sent to Spain later when the Porto Rican cam Â¬ paign permits Camazo Talks With His Mouth Predicts Peace Before long Special Minister of Works Camazo states that Madrid July 22 peace between the United States and Spain honorable in its terms for the Spanish army will shortly be concluded Â¬ St Paul at New York With Hobson on Board Special New York July 22 The St Paul Capt Sigsbecs ship arrived this morning Lieut Hobson is said to be aboard If so he probably brings Sampsons report of the naval battle of Santiago Lieut Hobson landed at 935 and left at once for Washington with important dispatches - Still Scared in SpainDont Believe the Disbanded Story Special Lloyds dispatch from Gijoma Bay of London July 22 of the leading harbor lights have been discontinued Biscay says all and the whole northern coast of Spain is in darkness This is in ac- Â¬ cordance with instructions from the authorities 22-rSpe- -cial Peace Rumor via Paris Go From Home for News Paris July 22 Special It is reported that informal secret negotiations for peace are in progress between Spain and the American Ambassador here 4 1 Gen Brooke Leaves Sunday On the St Louis Orders have been issued for Gen Brooke and stall to leave from Newport News for Porto Rico Sunday at 5 p m on the St Louis Key West July 22 Special Gen Blanco issued a proclamation Jyly 17 saying Santiago Was forced to capitulate n account of the The Spanish army is still intact and scarcity of food aJTatnmunition sure to triumph 4 ll 4 r 41 tfl II rA V - u o r Ams- tftmmMmmm - wL mmmi h Wllft jgggaBMMBBgM III SagBfig ttfoe Sailv ftentucfeian Delivered by carrier to all MARKED TWO at A Woman Became a 10 Jjgt Invotan WILLIAM rCtmMklmt mm pr Ma v 21 The Kentuokian 1 Year AndtlieNsw MatUewftcwlttiKnliiM laWJed eTcreTenhiif except Sunday by OKAftX MXAOXAK SHI Xala iarU ol the city io csirxs XATXff Per Wkek m inn 400 SUSS0RX7TXOX Pi tf nM tVAYrifefltf PKoKyat iKApviNqs FOR CONGRESS - 85- - tary Bigamist 100 Pkr Year in Advance ESTATE AGENT Money loaned at tent on first class rear estate for a term of 5 years Wo have for ealo sows of the bos building lots in tho city and on terms to eiiit purciiKPorfl Prices rancriotr from 20 to 18000 They are located in nearly every part of the city We also have for efilo farnas in this and adjoiniug counties Theso farms are Modern WKSSBBSSm TIOKET w HENRY OP UNKN ALLEIJ COUNTY- Gen Gordon has ag aiti been of tlje elected commander-in-chie- f Veterans Confederate it m re- Â¬ Sampson a has Suarreled with Sckli Shatter and Miles so far aad with difficlilty restrains him self in dealing- with the President - The following from the Chicago Record indicates that the prisoners are stucK on being captives i All the Spanish prisoners are delighted with the treatment they have received in the United States and are not yetxjuitc able to com- Â¬ prehend the motives of our govern- Â¬ ment and the spirit of our people who speaks One of the captains English and has been in Americn tbefore declares that if he wasi twenty years younger he would send for his wife and family antUbc- L 41 i u until oiuica tunic ii tiuiciiuif tin TTi1 CUt One would not suppose that Spain sees any funny side to the war but he Barcelona Comica is publishing a series ol cartoons One represent Uncle Sam with Cervera seated up- pn his back as a hump that weighs him down and another represents a crowd of excited people tearing xcftlng War Episode Recilletl liy ABSTRACTS OF TITLE HADE Rordsfnancock County Clerks Office In looking over some old records n the Hancock county cleiks office the other day a marriage bond was liscovcred says the Owensboro Messenger that recalled the reck Â¬ less deeds that made Isaiah Colter guerrilla chief a terror to border- Â¬ ers in this state and Indiana dur ing the war The bond held Colter in the sum of 100 to marry Mrs Emma Fulk erson and Will H Davidson cap- Â¬ tain C S A was surety The bond was issued January 11 1865 and the following indorsement jivas written on the margin of the Instrument This bond and the license were pbtained by force of arms J B Massamore D C E EPatk Clerk Attached to the bbnd also was a tertificate in a womans handwrit Â¬ ing which read as follows I do hereby certify that I give j my full consent to Isaiah Colter to procure license to marry me this eleventh day ofJanuary 1865 i i FOR ONLY ii - ml Ml arm Mi Machine i tl With all the latest jwroremeatit im- - Mtr Tho best Machia for tka least mbnoyever manufftef 4 tired simple durable Light running noiseless 10 Every Machinor warranted years1 21 owned by pajrties who wish to soil Bolow is a partial list of them The yellow fever situational San Â¬ tiago is improving rapidly with the use of proper remedies and pure food Only two deaths occurred Wednesday - A Fine Farm near Kennedy Woll improved good land well wit tered and timbered 180 acres A 50 Machine for for nud freight prepaid Price Cash must accompany al ordere SPECIFICATION Tho Head Is Ave and olio half Inohcs high and eight nnd ono lialf luches loug lnuldn measurement ThUlfias high n3 any family machine mado and must not be confonndod with tho medium or so called hlghArm miw chines The bead plate aeti lntoor level with the table Tho Kcedle Is atralghtrself actlng flat on ano side and cannot bo BOtSwrong ati The Shuttle Is open on tho endj cylinder lhape and absolutely self threading Tho Bearings Are nil atcel well flttel nnd idjustable Belt threading The machlnols selfthread ng and no hole to put tho thread through izcept the eye ot the necdlo The Feed Is positive In action and has no prlnga togctnut of order Automatio Bobbin Winder Will wind tho xibbln ai smooth as on a spool of thread TheStltoh iHdonblolocKBtltoh Thosamo in both sides and will not ravel Can bo engthened or shortened from eight to thirty itltohes to tho inch TheTenslon Is a flat spring tension andhd- uatable to all sixes of thread HandWheel la nlcklo plated and has a ooae wheel attached to operate bobbin winder without running machine The Movement la tho celebrated eccentrlo movements poaltlvoln action and fewer work Â¬ ing porta than any maohlne on the market The Stand Has latgo balance wheel hangs On two adjustable oentery The treadle is law and hangs In cone ceuters and all lost motion can bo taken up asters under evih ond and A nice dress gunrdover fcan be easily moved wheel to keepdmss fromgottlngon wheel Attachments Arc the famous Johnsons set In a tin box and consists or tucker rufller fnurhemmers binder quilter foot hommcr and fellerundor braider and sheerer oil can and oil two crew drivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb sorow guage and book of 5540O deftichtnent of Mhnila pui their hair with this ounlet un- Â¬ madef tp w Nebraska and derneath troops arrived last Colorado regiments In Washington and Chicago Saturday Pour privates died on Theyre cursing Santiago f jf f f the way over The1 Louisville Times says Sena There are 1800 patients in the tor Goebel prepared an elaborate hospitals of Santiago About 480 banquet for the Press Association are wounded soldiers and the rest at Covington and not aneditor at- Â¬ are sick people 1000 of whom have tended If the invitation was de- Â¬ malarial fever livered and the editors failed to go there will be hot competition be- Â¬ A late report from Manila says tween Forepaugh Barnum and Aguinaldo is in faivor of annexation Sells to get them as curiosities No to Ihe United States and that he editor of Kentucky was ever known and Dewey thoroughly uudcrstand to decline a free banquet each other Just when everybody supposed The occupation of Porto Rico and Joe Leiter was completely done for Manila will be accomplished and along comes the announcement that then will come peace The Span- Â¬ his father has soaked a few squares iards are anxious now but Uncle of Chicago property for 3000000 Sam is not quite ready yet to put the young man on his feet Admiral Diederichs the German again He borrowed the money commander at Manila isvery clear- Â¬ from the North Western Mutual headed if his pictures represent Life Insurance Company at 4 per him correctly That is his head is cent interest The second fr Farm of 350 acres on Butter milk Road Twothird8 in fine timber good im- well watered 8 J miles rout tho city Big bargain Price 900 arm of 106 acres onButler Road hreo nnd one half miles from the ity well improved Rood orchard ind never failing water directions The Furniture Is well made highly pol Â¬ ished and elegant In appearance All these machines will bo sent out with oak furniture unless walnut Is specified Each machine has a lock to the drawers and cover nlco niokcl plate drop rings to all drawers All machines arc well packed and crated ItKAD OUIt GUARANTEE Th New Mathews Machine Is warranted 10 years from dato of purohaao and thirty days trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction Is not given tho machine may be rcshlpped to to us at our expense and the money paid us will be refunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what Â¬ ever In purchaalng tho Now Mathews Machine You have thirty days trial of It In your own home ond If for any reason you should wish to return the machine It may ccjthlpped to us at our expense and tho money will be reÂ¬ funded AH communications regarding tho New Mathews Machine should be addressed to Price A 750 j clear of hair H h Duffield who has yellow fevvqr has been ordered sent home Gen l ft elf If - w - 9 WLffP iHmK iHrilflifF An ordinance imposing a fine of is no cable to San Juan ex- Â¬ 10 for cussing in New York has There cept onecontrojled by the Spanish just been passed Pray how are authorities at St Thomas and all the Republicans to discuss the American news will have to be ta- Â¬ Democratic currency plank ken 60 miles to St Thomas to get anfopen cableoffice New Yorks Republican Governor recommends a law on the Goebel yGen Linares the wounded Span plan for that State jasirgeneral surrendered at Santi fago by his successor Gen Toral is How it Sums Up still in a critical condition He has At Manna eleven opanisn cruis- had his left arm amputated and ers and gunboats were destroyed may die yet to wit 5 -Duringthe bombardment of San- Â¬ Reina Cristina Castilla tiago the Spaniards released from Antonia deUlloa Isle de Luzon General Lezo confinement 20 lepers and these Isle de Cuba people are still unaccounted for and Marques del Duero El Cano Isla de Mindanao are probably mingling with the Velasco One ship not named troops about the captured city At Santiago four armored cruis ers and two torpedo boats went The First Kentucky has been taken oufpf the Porto Rico brigade down before the American fire Cristobal Colon and its place filled by a northern Viscaya Maria Teresa is likely Oquendo regiment The same thing Pluton to happen to the Third If any of Furor torpedo boat Terror was The the Kentucky boys want to fight they will haye tobe transferred to damaged by the St Paul the Reina Ohio dr Michigah regiments There Mercedes was sunk by the Texas and several small crafts have been is nothing like the pull in war disabled or captured The government has given to the Not to count small affairs here Spanish Trans Atlantic Company are about 20 Spanish war vessels the Contract to return to Spain that have been distroyed and the 1000 officers and2400Q enlisted moat consequential damage on our men included in the surrender side has been the disabling of a There is a TJiey are to have transports enough gun on the Baltimore in twenty one days to carry them similar disparity in the record of killed and wounded all It will cost 535000 the quarantine regulations counting nothingiagainst personal favorit i8mThefpnvate soldiers will stay in Cuba The Macks seem to be holding their own in the present warfare McKinley touched the button Mc Calla landed first at Guantanamo and McKibben is the military gov ernor of the first captured city j - The trouble with the Manila ble is that the Manila end is ca- conÂ¬ Johnny Fultz Coming Back Fnlts trolled by the Americans and the Hong Kong end by the Spaniards Uqderhwe conditions it is useless to both sides land all news must be taken by dispatch boats 700 miles before we can get it News comes from Santiagq that hundreds American and Spanish soldiers who but a few days ago were shooting at each other crowd the streets of Santiago to day meeting arid mixing on J the most friendly terms A general feeling of good felldwsllip is evinced every Â¬ where victors and vanquished ap jpaMstly being equally rejolcell tWtttW ftrif and bloodshed are ovJ and that the Jwrrors of he JSt Li sSv Ex County Attorney John P of Louisville is coming back from the Klondike where he has been for the past six months trying to get rich It is reported that he has a bag of gold dust In a letter to a friend Fultz writes that he hopes to raise a Kentucky regiment of volunteers and engage in the war against Spain He said he rYHopkln8YllIo 050am 340pm 410pm believes Goy Bradjey will give him 80S am a 6 pm 0 45pm Ar Princeton 706pm Charlie Wheelers Appointments Ar Henderson a Captains commission 800 pm ArKvansvllle r Loulsvillo looo pin Murray Calloway county Mon Arladucah 1100a m ppm Our clever but misguided friend day July 25 ArMemplils 820iw 818am 8 iWa in Ar New Orleans 74Spm Dick Tyler who started out to be NoUQi No a No B33 Benton Marshall county Mon ArHopklnsvlllQ dally Acovt Acom one of the great mcu in the army of day August 1 dally Uly LvRranavlllo 815am generals has been elected city at Â¬ Cadi2 Saturday August 6 or LvHunderson fiMata oooum lUlfipm ooopm torney of Hickman Ky at a salary Monday August 8 iriuootou iv fropkltuvlUe 8 0 a m t W p m JWI Ar of 100 a year It would be inter Â¬ t MayficldTrain No 302 hag through nliuiritAi- - ami nlutrvMonday August 15 ertrem lrlnwton o Nw Ortwna via Metnt esting to know vhat ticket the Eddyvjlle Lyon county v Mondayv 4 111 jtVtlnriAkl s Roap bond and license exemplify the dare- Â¬ Six miles from the city The very devil recklessness that characterisi beat place in the neighborhood i buiidipge orch fcdlsaiah Colter when his staras a utnuor gooa a waterstate of ard and in fine repair guerrilla chieftain was in the as- Â¬ Price 650 cendant Mrs Fulkerson the wo- Â¬ man in the case was the wife of the A very fine little Farm of 87 1 2 captain of a United States gunboat acres near Elmo btatibned t on the Ohio nyer at Hventy acrea of timber the remain Hawesville CoKer hated the union jng iu high state of cultivation All soldiers as he hated rattlesnakes tho buildings in good conditiou and thought no trick too mean to splendid neighborhood fc 2200 play upon them He had an espec- Â¬ Price ial antipathy against Fulkerson 100 acres 5 Miles From City on and wishing to inflict the refine- Â¬ RussellYille Pike ment of cruelty upon the latter he Well improved 15 acres of limber flevised the wild scheme of stealing hear church hnd school Fulkersons wife and marrying Price 1800 her In accordance with his plans he 136 acres on Ducker Mill road came to Hawesville early in the 55 acres of bottom laud 2 good He louBea 2 barns woll watered 15 acret morning of January 11 1865 imbor Jaid in wait for Mrs Fulkerson and Price 1100 when she came up town shop- Â¬ 500 cash balance in one and i ping Colter who was accompanied years at 6 per cent The beBt farpi by Capt Davidson leveled a re- Â¬ in the neighborhood volver at the woman and compelled Beaides theso we have othor furniB her to write the certificate as re- Â¬ for sale and will take pleasure in produced above He also forced ehowiug any of them to parties wish her to accompany him to the court jng to buy Surveys Plats and Ab atraets of title- furnished all purchua house- - where the deputy county ers Now is tho time to buy real clerk was intimidated and by the Estate moral suasion of a pistol leveled at tractB of coal j his head induced to issue marriage of Three mineB partially lands two the developed license Vein of coal 5 feet thick finest qual i The guerrilla chieftain then es- Â¬ ity One trnct contains 000 ncrpB corted Mrs Fulkerson to the home pne 175 acres ono 05 acres Ali pf Rev Harden Ellis where in the within mile Illinois Central It K Will sell at presence of Capt Davidson she be- Â¬ terms Hero burgaine and on easy are fortunes for the came an involuntary bigamist right men The woman was forced to accom- Â¬ For sale pany Colter on all his reckless raids ing hotel or exchange a good pay at the famous Dawson though northern Kentucky and dur- Â¬ Springs will sell at a bargain or ing the three weeks following the exchange for improved farming land marriage she had many exciting well located adventures and narrow escapes For sale a good Arab class board Colter was killed in a skirmisji in ing houBe at Dawson Springs Will Larue county three weeks after- Â¬ oll on easy terms or exchange for ward and Mrs Fulkerson returned good notes Tho owners business compels him to reside eleowhore to her lawful husband 80 acre ranch well improved near San Diego Cal Will exchange for Bryan and the Deserter roporty in Christian county Ky At Centralia last night a private j William Robinson Agt attempted to desert from CoJ Bry Office Webber Street ans regiment While the train was standing still he crawled Hopkinsville Ky through a window and attempted to escape but was arrested by the guard and carried before Col Bry- Â¬ an Col Bryan asked the would I C be deserter if he was a coward and did not want to go He replied that he did not want to go he wanted to RAJ LY go home Col Bryan then ordered lim to get out of government clotheB and said that he did not TIME TABLE- wish his regiment to be burdened 9Q yith deadheads and cowards and No 031 No 802 Nd373 i Aoom ordered the fellow released Ful- Â¬ LivHopVlnsville dally dally Acom ton Leader dolly dally 1 Â¬ CaptC S A Attest The incidents connected wjth this Will H Davidson Mrs Emma Fulkerson farm of 20 acres on same road PJ miles from tho city well improv fcd A good poultry or market gar Uen farm in good neighborhood Price 400 Farni of 75 acres on Greenville CHAS M MEACHAMj Hopkinsville Ky 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rf of CziffiJIZM xvc3 Massachusetts the same that okfffUery per and has the signature of and see that it 19 on the wrap No one has authority from me to use my name except The Centaur Company of which Chas H Fletcher is President Do Not Be Deceived Do not a cheap because gredients endanger the life of your child by accepting substitute which some druggist may offer you he makes a few more pennies on it the in- Â¬ of which even he does not know Â¬ The End tt You Have Always Bought OF BEARS THE SIGNATURE Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You TMJ CCNTAUH COMPANY TT MURRAY BTHCIT MtW YORK CITY 6 EObctive Dec I - Dont Do a Thing 1 J Until you have seen my new line of imported SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS rguarantee QUALITY STYLE and WORKMAN Â¬ l t SHIP theHbest that money can secure No 14 Sonlh Msln J LTobin Taiip - ZX Zm i WIVHW UMHHI i irrtA UIJ Vuunt 22 if fi fmW uiU4U4UU4 U4UiU44MUiUiww p w BASSfeALL 3L 0 MARK TWAINS STORY i lll III Hill till jll f in bliW- I fi i jjiiaiii MfiKi g r iTmi MMhtWMte in mil ilimmtWUMJWW JoUb B CHstlomaUf Arthur GLRUgham Brookfuridgo Caslkjtnan SPtGlAU i JtKSQIrS OP YESTERDAYS OAMK9 Scotch Irish rilnlsters flisplnccd Christening Address Royal Insurance OF LIVERPOOL Company K Brooklyn Louisville Botoc 7 St Loula 1 Baltimore 3 1 ClpvelancL6 - 57 12r 1 24 7 G WYork fcfo 1 - mati Pittsburg 2 PhlUdglphia 3 1 X ir i 7iiington OJLll r i 4 7 K V jWJW fcTatr BfMKMft V Li PC 659 638 620 597 561 538 532 467 415 390 329 285 54 51 49 4G Cleveland Baltimore 28 29 30 31 INeVYor- PittiburffUWv k- 43 iStiouto24 fc Brooklyn Washington Louisville Jiaiplla35 32 v 32 36 37 37 40 45- 27 50 55 60 TO-DAY lf tJ f sHtIRTITIMC FOR MfiMtg at New York- tOhidac o Jit Philadelphia WVIUUllin 111- - Louisville nt Brooklyn iiukwui I elhiinnati at Vahington Cleveland at Baltimore n Egglcton V Hopkinsville Tobacco Harket Reported by J of Cummlngs BgglotonColnooporfttod leaf tobacco 1898-r-The buyoron order of dealer In and handler of opened up this week with a decided advance over previous Week While at times it showed somewhat irreg- Â¬ ular it was the impression of buyers and warehousemen that it was the best market for several weeks on all grades of Italian Bre Â¬ men and wrapping kinds Orders were especially good on all the French grades of which would call the attention of our farmers to that fact and it is to be hoped they will aim to make nothing else but good The offering wrapper in 1808 light There is quite a was again contrast to the same time last year when we were selling three days andnow-only-parof two t July 21st market WEEKLY BEPOHT Receipts for weolc JS HMOS year WG6K 285 8685 a1 1 hhds hhds i 69G7 year 536 Offerings for week Rejections H9 Quotations name as last week it SiyVlSSlffei Cqrnmpnleiif Mecliumliigsi SfflWBuwfft lWi1LugsV r Lijga - 2 00 2 4 00 4 75 mm Finolianf MuqiunriQitf Good leaf 55 6 50 10 00 2 50 3 oo 5 00 5 50 6 50 Lard 8 50 12 00 Country 14 The following anecdote is rolated by Mark Twain It is about a Scotch Irish The Largest Fire Insurance Company in the World minister who thought he waB called to Does tlie Largest BusiricssSin tho Stato of Kentucky pronch the Gospolwhilo ho know that Dops tho Largest Business in tho Southern States ho had the gift of oratory and ho never rasaaed opportunity to display it An 24983102 Ldsses Paid in Kentucky in 1896 opportunity was afforded on occasion of a christening Thoro was n considerable- audioncemado up of tho rolu tivd frionds and neighbors of tho parent Tho preacher began by saying managers Soiitlicnt Department M Wo have met together my friondB General nice Louisville on a vory interesting occasion ttyo christoniug of this littlo child but 1 can boo a look of disappointment on Co Resident Agents Hopkinsville Ky Walter FMarnett your facos Is it because this infant is so small Wo must boar in mind that this globo upon which wo livo ia IN mado up of small thingsinflnitesimal objects wo might say Littlo drops of water tnako tho mighty ocean tho mountains which rear their hoary heads toward heaven apd are of ton lost in the clouds are made Up of little grains of sand Besides my friondst wo must take into consideration the Importer and Manufacturer of posibilities in life of this little spook of humanity Ho may become a groat astronomor and read the hoavonB as an open book He may discover now stars which may bo coupled with that of Newton and many other great discoverers Ho may become a distinguished statesman and orator and the strength of his intellect IJU may control the and eloquence of nations and his destinies name bo engraved upon monuments erected to perpetuate his memory by his admiring and grateful country t men He may become an author and t a poet and bis name may yet appoar MR FM WHITLOW of Hopkinsville Ky is my soiicitor among thoso now entombed at West minstor He may become a great warrior and lead armies tobattle and vie tory his prowess and valor may change the map of Europe Methinks I hoar the plaudits of tho people at tho mention of his deedB and name He may become or or ho might is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these -- or They care little for truth days of yellow journalism Turning to the mother and a great deal for temporary sensation What ib his name It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD The mo hor What is tho babys name The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability Yes whut ia his name It prints the news all the news and tells the truth Tho mother Its name is Mar about it Brooklyn Eagle Aun It is the only American newspaper outside New York city IT produce i larnei nopKinsvine that has its own exclusive dispatch boat service and its by Hopkinsville Cash priceB paid own staff correspondents and artists at the front in both merchants hemispheres Bacon Iti is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world r 810c Hams country Its war news service is unapproachably the best Shoulders Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier i Sides f G7c BARBEE CASTLEMAN War s News v 9 i iA - Ii ut u iV m i i it ESTABLISHED 1852 Tr asitafjfea6 SAMUEL HODGSON i Marlple i Â¬ CMoiliLiraeiits Gfriiite and- i 9 i HERE is no need for the people of Hopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most re liable war news The Daily 9 TABLETS ETC Kentuckians v Â¬ CLi4RKSVILLE TJENISTESSJEE RELIABILITY Telegraph Service Is now equal to the best and covers all matters of interest at home and abroad The Kentuckian is published every evening except Sunday and rvery department of the paper is supplied with a news service that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky Â¬ 4aJ - G7c Produce - We read the war news in the other papers 12 00 f0 Some Matrimonial Misfits New feathera Last Sunday at the home of an Besdwax Tallow uhclebfthe bride in Barbourvjlle Ginseng por lb Mr Levy Van Severs a popular Honey ypung merchant of Pineville Ky Tub washed wool and Miss Kate Kellums of Ferns Greased dale were united in marriage Monday Mr Van Bevers stated Poultry to his wife that he would go to Y chickenH livo per Louisville to accept a position Hoostora which had been tendered him by a Jrain Louisville firm He bought a ticket Clover per bushel for Mobile Ala and it is stated that he has gone to that place to Com W Ilwclu f enlist ip the United States army Corn sholled Hogs Sheep Cattlo Calves Butter Eggs 12USc 7c then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to see how much of it is true Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received Address THE CHICAGO RECORD 181 by all postmasters Madison street Chicago Jvi it 2028c 1821c 2jc S2225 In the city Daily delivoed Cis Per Week w 78o 26c 2c 3 rCHANBEAY MFSHRYER 1818o doz150l80 PEOPLES WAREHOUSE HANBERY SHRYER Proprs KY ilncli rr 212 S Main Tele 992 RniIronaudVovonr Tenth j RATES BY MAIL HOPKINSVILE 45c Somewhat along the same line the following matrimonial items Livo stock jEErCaroful attention given to sampling and eolling all tobacco consigned UIC to us Liboraladvanco8 oh tobacco hi storo All tobacco insured uulos 50c otherwise inBtructod NAT QAITHER JAS WEST were8entfrom Ovvensboro - yestcr-dayf- -f u Morris a good looking LambB ypung white woman arrived here Hides nud Furs ysterday afternoon from Wanama Greou hides G7o TOBACCO X COMMISSION MERCHANTS kerJVyebter connty on foot dusty 7 Ju Green salted hidoB and ravel stained accompanied Drylliut lfl12o by a youhg man she said was Will Vogotnblea BuvdJEIolmes of McLean county Four months storage Free 756 Liberal advances made on Tobacco New potatoes per hmmoh They were in search of a preacher Cabbage per head H5o td marry them Holmes left lier on WatermelonsT-1- afcorner sayjng hewas going for a W H Faxon W Q Wheeleu Florida 2535o lifcense He has not been seen since Flour Retai- lil25 jRufus McCarty aged thirty five Patent nor bl said to be a married man is under Standard por bbl 737B arrest at Rockport Ind with Dora Ha- yGrain Dealers Tobacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants Lewis fourteen years with whom 55o Clover por cwt he eloped from this city last night Fire Proof Warehouse con RnasELLTiLtE and r r sts 70o Good Timothy i V Bran retail 12Jo Better Opinion of Dudes Hopkinsville - Ky Tomatoes One of the rough riders from the Fanoy por doa 20o Liberal Advanco oa Oonslgninenta AllTobacoodont ub Covered by Insurance far west came into the war depart- Â¬ Cholco per doz lOo ment tn rutchcs and was warmly T Com-- rreiveeyftrinyhere When some Greon t THE GREAT SUMMER HESORT Fancy doz oars JOu twftyf asked him in a contemptuous Cholco doz oara 8c way how he gpt along with the Dawson Springs Arcadia House dAdes in his regiment he replied H used to despise dudes before I I Dawson Hopkins Goimfcy Kentucky vfynt to war but now I like them Ypuhver can tell whnf n mo For Infants find Ckildren Tlipeocfilobratndchalybeateftnd salts 8irliK8oroaUurtollmmellntoly udou tho Lpus ylllc nud Mpnuiiilii livlstun of the UUihiIh Uuntrul rallroail formerly OhwuiniftKii Qlilo mul H nyWiolfyytJc way he vears Tha Kind You Dm Alwaji It mlloeweHtof LouUvHIa KyiunitiVjinllfl Qamof 1iuluoah Ky 8outhwwtini Hallroiil V The Aroadla ll6uifesiiewHtl Htly fur ntslid with oapaolty of eiitortatiiuiK UtK flV reffinifnf Uie iohb Thaowvivtdof Uitthotl arpttiKiYiwmtmof Ui8trtiKiAiKl the Hiiwta of tho Arcadia Boars tha Iioum liaye Irmisuoow to UieHiimiKa without etraobarKO mvudnsiioulu rtmcnumr that ttlAiuoiulu ol Jiuii and July omt many advartim u tiroiiH vUUtng the HnrlBK Tha dry attiijji Pornamnhlotii etoi Pl7 to Jitttur of aiitUluUl nH r MiufWued t th uw iEmma 250800 250350 300325 4 00425 3325 Daily One Month - 35 Daily Three Months - 100 Daily One Year - - 400 Semi Weekly Edition 1 yr200 L Gaith er VVEST t HOKINSVILLE KY iy The Kentuckian is printed m new and attractive type and its news pages are illustrated with the A hpst nintnraft tn ho nhlfiiriRd w I Wheeler Mills Co Subscribe Now And Get The News uuurjptiun uy mail Uall at the onice in the Ken tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone Â¬ f oiiu in juiu 18981 o 1 1898 99 2 Glias Address i- - - CASTOR A II Mcaoliam Publisher Vrtwfil hkl ir ft - jivuhiw luinowi L r HOPKINSVILLE KY lT4fs c iVl a JHff MMMH LmaiLLJJiJiJLiMMwu ii mini in iMi i t n H YICIOUS ASSAULT rf PARALYZED on Prominent Trigg County Farm er Stricken A ROOM FULL Fifty Three Applicants For Col ored Teachers Places The Board Is Holding the ExamlLf naiion i o uay au mc wuiureu School Building BRYAK AT ATLANTA Makes a Made by Ester Miller col Â¬ 5hortTlk to th Veterans GaM 22-i-CoJ OW THIS WEEK I Mr J H Eggleton July WJ Bryan at the head of the Third Nebraska volunteer reached At- Atlanta - V We Will continue our ONE FOURTH OFF AVk0Sfr J XiT - Knocked Down and Seriously Hurt John J Gaines of Montgomery -- The Negro Knocked Down at Deaths Door From a Sudden Stroke By John Eggleton V MtL If an early hour this morning at the Eggleton Cos tobac in which Mr J H EgÂ¬ coifactory gleton SrM the manager was as Â¬ saulted and severely injured by a negro employe of the factory named Cummings A serious altercation occurred at W S m I it TV i Wv 8 1 Si J dergoing the examination the lar Â¬ Miller was quarreling with an- Â¬ gest number ever examined at one other employe of the factory when ordered time in the county MrEgglSton came in and The sessions are being held at him to get out of the factory to set the Colored School building on Sec tlehis troubles ond street and the examination sons- Miller at once turned upon Mr Col Bryan remained in Atlanta will continue until to morrow Eggleton and became insolent and about two hours Mr Eggleton spoke roughly to him The White Teachers i v yvflBfflpJ avKtMKsXKKH HUH Atlanta is so crowded to day that a small whereupon Miller threw Of the nineteen white teachers poople are leaving by train loads trash keg at him hitting him in who were examined last week thir- Â¬ Falmouthsdelegation has returned the side Mr Eggleton seized a teen passed the examination and home piece of stave and closed with the six failed The board declined to mSmbSsidaSBjtyi fcfrKjBBMBBBMMHKIujjB negro who managed to strike him JIM KEHOE A RUNNER give out the names of those who gomery to be with her sister several severe blows about the passed Mr Gaines is one of the most shoulders head and side Miller He Will Make a Winning Race in was getting the best of it when prominent men in Trigg county and PERSONAL GOSSIP JoKn Eggleton came to his fathers a merchant at Montgomery the Ninth on many items all over the store In nearly every instance the assistance and knocked Miller down Miss Berta Putty is very ill at INFORMAL RECEPTION him on the with a weight striking the home of her sister near Casky Vanceburg Ky July 22 Hon special cuts as advertised will hold for this week head Miss Jennie Bronaugh has gone James N Kehoe candidate for the Miller got up and took to his By Mrs W R Howell In Honor Democratic nomination for Con- Â¬ to the country to spend a month heels while the young man proceed- Â¬ of Her Quest gress is in the city and has cap- Â¬ ed to took after his father who Mrs Dr B F Eager has return- Â¬ tured all the Democrats He will fainted from the shock Mr Eg Â¬ Mrs W R Howell pleasantly ed from a visit to Trenton friends receive the instructions from tliis gleton was soon revived and it was entertained about a dozen young Mrs May Y Humphries has gone county with opposition found that the internal injury was ladies and gentlemen last night in to Julien to spend a week with rela- Â¬ A number of Republicans offer the most serious which caused him an informal reception in honor of tives their support on account of the lo- Â¬ to spit up blood The bruise is her truest Miss Belle Brandon of Mrs E M Carney and sonDon cal fight against Congressman Sam evidently quite serious and is very Nashville Delightful refreshments Pugh He is a thrilling orator paintui The other inuines are were served and a most enjoyable ald have gone to Ceruleanto spend of the Bryan style Modest esti- Â¬ a few weeks slight evening was spent Those present mates place his probable majority At this hour 3 p m Mrs Hill Brown and two daugh Â¬ Mr EgÂ¬ were over Pugh at 1500 as there is a gleton is at his home in bed but Misses Belle Brandon Bessie ters of Shelby ville are visiting light on the latter in every county resting comparatively easy There Burnett Sadie Mason Mary Mrs Jas D Russell and as the district last fall went in- Â¬ are no broken bones and unless Wheless Sallie Summers Messrs Miss Hettie Van Cleve is - away 1223 Democratic Kehoe at Cyn ternal complications develop he will Jno P Burnett Wharton Crabb on a visit to her school mate Miss thiana will be nominated on the be able to be out in a few days Stephen Trice A P Crockett Mabel Penick of Daysville Ky first ballot Miller has not been captured at Wallace Kelly Jas E Cooper Miss Nell Cason and Miss Beujah thiswriting though the police are Harry Bryan TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Harned have gone to Pembroke to scouring the city for him visit Mrs Dr Walter LackeyFfDeath of a Young Farmer He formerly lived in Louisville Ity Hon ItawUim llnnkor Miss Lannie McLeod ofMadison Corrected Dally and it is believed he will leave the Mr William Vaughan a promi- Â¬ PER YEAR and Ilroker Uopklnsvllle Ky city if he can elude the police nent young Fairview farmer died ville who has been visiting Mrs L R West returned home this Love Triumped Over Difficulties at the home of his father Mr R F morning Chicago Market Vaughan at one oclock last night Rufus McCarty and OpglHigt Closing Miss Lillian Park of Chattanoo- Â¬ after an illness of a month of Cash Wheat 77 Dora Lewis the eloping couple typhoid fever He was a most ex- Â¬ ga Tenn is the guest of her 68 Sept Wheat 68 67 were married yesterday at Rock wr cellent young man and enjoyed a tives Mrs W F Randle and Miss Dec Wheat - Tyr wv wwwiVtwwMv wvsUM7W7UnMUU iw ohlPr kTr WT VBtWW G7ii 67 Â¬ port says the Owensboro Messen- wide 67X popularity among all who Mary Park 33 Sept Corn 33 33 ger the charge against McCarty knew him He was about twenty Mr J D Russell is in Elkton to- Â¬ Dec Corn 33 33 33 that he was a married man having eight years old and had been a day attending a family reunion at Sept Oats 19 20 been cleared up He was married member of 20tf the Knights of Pythias the residence of his sister Mrs Sept Pork 9 82 9 95 9 85 several years ago to Miss Gregson order for mfri several years The re Woodward 5 65 5 55 Sept Lard 5 60 but they were legally divorced mains willbe interred at 430oclock 5 67 5 60 Prof J M N Downs superin- Â¬ Sept Ribs 5 67 5Vhen McCarty and the Lewis this afternoon at the Vaughan tendent of Bellevue Public Schools Sept wheat puts 67 girl were arrested at Rockport burying ground near calls 68 Fairview is in the city a day or two as the Tuesday night and he was placed New Vork Stocks and Cotton t guest of Prof C H Dietrich inj jail and the girl was taken to a She Graduated Here Opg Higt Closing hotel He was released just before Mr Cameron Brown of Shelby Aug Cotton 5 81 A southern young woman of good 5 85 5 81 noon Wednesday and was not long family is railroad station agent at ville is here on a visit to his sister Am Tob 1 19 H9 1 19 in finding Miss Lewis and making 98 Rowland Ky having held the po Mrs Jas D Russell on South Chicago Gas 98 98 her his wife They returned from sition for two years At eighteen Main street 1 05 Q 05 1 05 CB FROM Rockport Wednesday afternoon she was graduated from the South N 52 52 Mrs B F McClaid and sister L 05 Kentucky College at Hopkinsville Miss Seunitt have gone to Elkton Manhattan 1 06 05 Hit With a Weight 1 32 and soon secured a position as as Â¬ to visit their parents W W Sten Sugar 1 32 32 Mr John Reyn61ds who lives a sistant to her brother who Iron 24 Coal held the nett and wife 24 24 few miles west of the city was agency which the young woman Chicago Ilecelpta To day Capt S R White of Julien re- Â¬ struck on the head by a colored boy herself now fills Then when the turned 60 Cars near Trenton and pretty badly brother went off traveling in Cen- Â¬ last night from a ten days Wheat 315 Cars hurt Mr Reynolds was operating tral America and his successor sojourn at Red Boiling Springs Corn 171 Cars Oats a thresher and the boy was work suddenly died Miss Lasley who Tenn His health was not improved Hogs 28000 Head ing at the machine Some trouble had meantime been keeping her by his visit Cattle 3000 Head came up over a watch belonging to eyes open Mr R D Martin the blind reci and learning all that was Eatlmatud ItooelpU To morrow the negro it seems and the latter to be known about a railroad sta- Â¬ tationist went to Croftonthis morn Â¬ Wheat 100 Cars jerked a weightfrom a pair of scales tion was called to fill the position ing where he will visit friends a Corn 316 Cars near by and hit the young man on few days and will perhaps give ji Bluegrass Clipper Oats 200 Cars the head knocking him senseless recital while there for a while The negro then made Uog Marknt rielons on the Harket Mr A I I Goodwin who has his escape and has not yet been ar28000 The first home grown water been absent for some months in Hogs To day rested melons of the season were brought Oklahoma and Illinois has re- Â¬ S3 397 in this morning They were grown turned satisfied that Kentucky is Mixed Fired at the Burglars Rough 375 Last Monday night two burglars by Capt Mc J Davis on his farm the best State and Hopkinsville the Heavy 400 just south of the city and were fine best town in the world if entered the dwelling of Mr Will Total Uloarancea Everett a young farmer ljving specimens of this luscious fruit jVheat and Flour Exp 155000 bus HERE AND THERE near Pairview but failed to make fliss Moore Will Receive -a haul It seems that the thieves Habeas Corpus Case Tried Miss Belle Moore has issued in 30 head young cattle and fine made a noise as they entered the vitations to a negligee reception at WM4v Judge Cansler heard a suit this house awakening a W W Ware her home on Sixteenth street next Milk Cows for sale morning between Jesse Coleman old brother of Mr Everetts who Tuesday evening in honor of her The Republican says Princeton is and Lucy Reese The proceedings Si gave the alarm The two men ran visitor Miss Coulter of California having an epidemic of babies were under a writ of habeas corpus out dt the building and were fired rft a Coleman claiming the custody of upon by Mr Everett but without Meeting Commences at Herman Robert Stepp and the judgment effect They left no clue Mr Ev- Â¬ A series of meetings commenced good second hand Columbia bicycle All the for sale Cheap for cash Apply was given in his fuvor erett is of the opinion that they at Herman church a few miles east parties are colored were white men of Trenton this morning and will at this office Hiram OBryan col aged seven continue ten days The meeting Down With Typhoid Fever Remember the flalne will be conducted by DrCarradine teen died in the city this morning Mr Place to get your fine Merchant of St Louis It miirht well be ierm of typhoid fever Interment this been Thoa Sto Knight who has confined his room at his Tailoring is by Fowright Pants ed a camp meeting as a number of afternoon in Iast Hill Cemetery home near the city for a week is 3 5 7 ana Suits14 tents have been erected made for v I I 1520 West 7th afreet opposite commodation of those in for the ac Mrs A W Pyle and her daugh Â¬ now down with typhoid fever attendance ters and Mrs A G Boales New Era office and gg I mor a distance III mi Mill HI WMMW H herchildren Miss Lucy Tandy it it I I i Born to Mr and Mrs Clarence RkkuS Thrae roon reaj t sT Mjss Adelia Clifton Bell and tvyp daugh with lursre daC Good wktr hall on West 17th ville this morning to left for PordB Mrs and HStowe Harton are Â¬ Harris on 18th street a fine spew a few ter L m pic eleven pound boy Arrlyiad at nfTir J i tit1 Uy with rjead nicking at Cmnpbellji Qvjoiaay pV mk tUi afteruoofll o fi Z i 1 11 vj 7 u ml i u n t Ester Miller News has reached the city that that Mr John J Gaines a promi- nent farmer of Montgomery Trigg county was paralyzed last evening and is in a very critical condition Mr Gaines was superintending the threshing of his wheat crop which is the largest in Trigg coun- Â¬ ty He went to the house about sundown and ate supper leaving the thresher still running in the field Although he complained of not feeling well he went backtothe field after supper and had been there only a short while when he was stricken helpless with paraly Â¬ sis on his left side He is still alive but in a very Mrs K D critical condition Green who is a sister of Mrs Gaines left this afternoon for Mont- Â¬ The regular July examination of colored applicants for certificates to teach in the public schools of the county is in progress to day with the same examiners in charge who held the examination last week for the white people There are fifty three persons un- Â¬ an was met at thj train by seyef al personal friends who started to escort lnmio the Kimball House By the time the party reached the doors of the hotel the crowd became so dense that progress was impossi Â¬ ble Col Bryan graciously re Â¬ sponded to the cheers and Calls for a speech and mounting a stone hitching block said I am glad to be with you again I am greatly pleased that my regiment will have the opportuni- Â¬ ty of seeing the Confederate Veterans and to know that in our present struggle they will have u iji iumiy iu iignc wjiq some of these old soldiers and their lanta at noon yesterday Col Bry Â¬ inn B H WBttBr WKSBr mKBKttNi AtttBm Great Bargain Opportunities For This Week i The Daily Kentuckian - 400 I SPECIAL REDUCTION On I I Mens Tats Shes ToMorrow TO SATURDAY JULY iJ Â¬ Saturday July 16 23 DotttvMiss It - l ten-year-o- ld i bicycle for saiis PETREE COMPANY I IIH aSHlHSSllllilH wfabm iji It i nn iBfiiWI iiti -- - lAJ iiXiii Afc Vi kfaFPZtrm iiiitt MlffiWm if ii JkJ