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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i- - I - it 7 7 UiftiA - ii iiiiinjfc RGad The DailyXefltuckian 10 Cti a Week t Tite JDailu JEntitthian HOPKINSVILLE KT TUESDAY AFTERNOON JULY 26 1898 LIVE NBWS Every Page We Set The Puce V0L k 4T0 77- - PEIOE 2 CENTS IN 74 CARS KNIGHTS Colored Grand OUTBREAK IMMINENT Spains Troubles at Home Worse Than Those Abroad Sagasta Powerless to Either Carry vy on or Stop the War With America SAID I11 HERE t The Third Kentucky Boys Will Travel Geo Miles Has Reached Porto OF TABER the List of Teachers Attending The Institute Spite Of I Lodge of Slate in Session More Than 150 Visiting Delegates Present From all Over The State f Special July 26 The Journals Hong Kong special says the Spaniards at Hong Kong and Manila are encouraged by re- Iports that the Powers will not per mit the United States to annex the Philippines Attempts to buy or kill Aguinaldo have been revived ijwith great vigor I The Tribunes Paris special gives a letter dated Madrid July 23 to a French diplomat which says 4The situation is more critical than ever Popular indifference to nnationai uisaster seems to con- xinue The slightest incident may pre cipitate a crisis and plunge the country into revolution Sagasta is now powerless to carry on the war or to stop it The discontent of the Republicans is spreading alarmingly at Cordova Valencia Murcia and Hulva The Socialists are only controll- ¬ ed at Cartagena by soldiers sailors and Camaras fleet CLUCK t New York Inclement Weather the Institute is Well At ¬ tended Each Day The teachers Institute made an R T Holland early start this morning the ses G P Cranor sion opening at 830 although the W E Gray rain was falling in torrents M A Brown After music prayer and a second T B Walker J J W Knight R A Cook ¬ Rico Ready to Land Chattanooga July 26 2 p m Special The Third Brigade tinder G en Grant in which are a number of Hopkinsville boys leases this afternoon for Newport News The first Brigade of Second Division is ex ¬ pected to leave soon after Miama Fla July 26 Special There are seven hundred and fifty sick soldiers here sixty seven of whom have typhoid fever and half of the remainder are down with unde ¬ termined fever While the situation is very tinpleasant no grave apprehension is felt Special The expected move- ¬ Chickamauga Park Ga July 26 ment of theThird Brigade First Division First Corps did not take As it looks to day the First Kentucky will get out this place yesterday afternoon and the Fifth Illinois and Third Kentucky will break camp Wednesday morning the former going out first This brigade will go to the front under commandof Gen Fred Grant Ovho was recently transferred to the command of this brigade from a brigade in the Third Corps The Third Battalion of the Sixteenth Pennsylvania Infantry which was recruited and sent here after the regiment left for Charleston will go to Porto Rico attached to the Fifth Illinois The First Kentucky commanded by Col J B Castleman consists of 1300 men and forty nine officers With this regiment will go the bri ¬ gade headquarter and seven brigade officers including Gen Grant This regiment willirfeqiiire thirty nine tourist sleepers one palace stock car seven ordinary stock cars sixteen flat cars and fourteen box cars The Fifth Illinois commanded by Col Culver consists of 1252 men and forty seven officers and sixteen civilian employes and will require thirty nine tourist sleepers six stock cars fourteen flatcars and six box commanded by Capt Cunningham consists of 470 men and twelve oflicersand will require one sleeper four- ¬ teen tourist cars and one stock car two fiat cars and two box cars The Third Kentucky commanded by Col T J Smith consists of 1210 men forty seven officers and carries with it sixteen civilian em- ¬ ployes It will require for its transportation three sleeping cars thirty eighYtoufist cars eight stockcars six box cars and nine flat cars To thisrcginient will be attached the brigade hospital and ambulance v The Kentucky Grand Lodgeof the Knights of Taber one of the lead ing colored benevolent societies of the State met in this city this morn ¬ ing and will continue in session four days Meetings are held at Friendship Hall and two sessions arc held each day and on Thursday an evening session will also be held A Q Green of Mayfield is the presiding officer and there are about 150 delegates present repre- ¬ senting lodges from all over the State On Friday there will be a grand street parade the delegates march- - ing in uniforms and the days pro gram will include a picnic at Mercer Park Miss Sadie Frankel after a weeks sojourn at Greenville Ky has returned home CLUCK CLUCK rS tafcfc-u35r-j f m A aflfcs f YV song the roll was called and the W W Teague following reported present Mesdames Profs Nora Williamson John Keith C H Dietrich Jno C Willis Jennie Jenkins Maud Purcell A C Kuykendall Dollie Manier Olier M Rogers Supt Livingstone McCartney Mattic B Doss Hattie Robinson Misses Mary P Ware Edwine Elliott Pearl Jenkins The first subject on the program Lizzie Smithson Lydia Taylor was Education Psychology Sallie E Jones Mabeh Dryer which was discussed by Prof J C Katie McDaniel Maude Blaine Willis Nettie Hord Mary McCulloch At 10 ocloqk Methodology was Nora Greer Hettie R Knight called up as the subject for discus- ¬ Florence Buchanan sion Primary grammar was dis- ¬ Margret Wilson Sallie Bronaugh cussed by Miss Jennie West and Ora Barrow Katie M Townes Miss Gertrude Keith and others Amanda Taylor Gertrude Keith After recess and music for ten Willie Townes Minnie Brasher minutes Prof Willis took up the EmmaStephenson Berta Hiser subject of arithmetic and dwelt up- ¬ Helen Wood Lelia Diuguid on it until the noon adjournment Lelia Hiser Ida Brumfield Afternoon Program AddieBrumfield Lizzie Owen Flossie Hester The afternoon program is being Maggie Tucker Minnie Stevenson Mary Stoner carried out as follows Louise McClanahan 115 a Roll Call b Music c Georgie Moxley Ella Griffin Announcements Daisy Rice Lula Earle 130 School Management Effie G Wood Margery Berry Organization Misses Nora Jennie West Ollie Blythe Greer Dovie Anderson Ollie Georgia Fruit Lillie Ray Blythe and R A Cook Carrie Brasher Emma Price 220 Recoss and music 10 minutes Katie Clark 230 Reading Messrs 320 Recess and music 10 minutes Jno Sollee S C Younglove 835 Literature Teachers Robt M Ray Ernest Murphy 420 Music Announcements Ad- ¬ E J Murphy John Keith journment E M Murphy Paul Keith The lecture on the program for Henry M Miller Orville Gcode this evening by Prof Willis has U L Clardy W H Croft been postponed until Thursday R C Hopson WHCornelius night L W Guthrie J M Burnett There will be no session to night G C Lour-- Jr Jas M Calvin on account of the rainy weather I L E Price Jno Yarbrough J W Rascoe cars The Pennsylvania Battalion Sampson Does the Decent Thing MatJeMffliSS gri- -fc5JvcA t - Gives Praise to Schley corps - y Garcia Takes prisoners ijts the leading paper here No Peace ft- - Proposals Received - York July 26SpeoiaL The Journals Washington special says Commo- ¬ dore Sampson eulogizes Commodore Schley for the disposition of his fleet in the emerg ¬ ency and for his coolness and daring during New Santiago July 26 left here yesterday for Washington July 26 Secretary Day states positively and eighty men who surrendered Special that no peace proposals have been received directly or indirectly from 3SK Spain Orders have been issued tor the equipment of the Seventh army Russians Want Peace corps with material for active service St is understood it will be sent to Porto Rico It is commanded by fiVGenTFitzhugh Lee and includes the Nebraska regiment of Col W J Bryan and Lee to Porto Rico -- Way to Holguin the fight Commander Wain wright of the Glouces- ¬ Gen Garcia at the head of his forces Special Holguin and encountered five Spanish oflicers ter is highly praised and recommended for On His promotion Spanish Report of a Battle Says a Moscow Paper -- Novosti - SMT Ananias Not hi It In Puerto Principe Province Madrid July 26Special Havana advices ksay the Spanish troops had an encounter with insurgents at JicoteaJ Puerto Principe province and the Spanish loss was three killed and nine wounded The leader of the insurgents was killed Moscow July 26 Special urges the Neutral Powers to stop the war When it Conies to Lying Gen Miles Expedition Sighted iity of Mexico July 26 Special The MonitoVEspancl the or Off Eastern Coast of Porto Rico ganfof the Spanish colony here publishes an alleged dispatch from Washington saying Admiral Cervera accepted an invitation from Pros Washington July 26Special A St Thomas dispatch just post ¬ ident McKinley to call on him and the moment the Spaniard met him he ed states that twelve American ships arrived off eastern coast of Porto fthojand killed the President Many Spaniards believe the dispatch Rjco near Fajardo yesterday They are supposed to be the transports conveying Gen Miles expedition L i t Will Set Sail Tomorrow Another Delay at Newport News Newport News July 26 Special The officials state that the em ¬ barkation of Porto Rican expedition will begin to morrow The work of loading the immense quantities of stores and supplies has delayed the embarkation -L I HojiqMu ftjbe Fortified I Special Berlin July A semi official organ the Post hn com Honolulu will be made one of menting on the Parte Figarotf article urging the Powersto take strong Ff tL MtrotjmlUikryiJOtaljftclflcpcean A cprpa of engineer THipecial Santiago July 26 refugees are flocking here measures to prevent the dispatch of WUson a squadron to Spain ad Cuban leave on tye fret atewrfof Sdfculu aud wjl be followed by 400 from all directions Business U ingreasing in the city affairs arq now Yises the Figaro that it would be well to nsk Great Brjtaip before tryJ 10 ouua Rwrtiiicaiton vpt faj ropi normal Thq health of the city has greatly improved i ing to yoke all of the European Powers to one car i S 4 fj9itJ4 Engineers to go at Once Free Grub Draws Them Like Honey Draws Flies S1 1 w vJ 1 pecial 26r f t If ig2 it AtiMHSK tatt u JiB IBiliH SL i HJifeiSgL JSJJ JJJgJjWMJJ11 lltBMteMgg Ztfoe 4 Tffl SJailv ftentuckian eTentsff wccfpt Sunday Publfthed erry GUAM 3C WEAGXAX BIS S Xlc by DdlTeredbycaxTlemtoaU part of Ore 10 CKKUTS PEX WEEK Pkb Month in Advance t i U v i 1 35 100- - AprASOE Peb Per Wees Y A1vanob DM0ORAIOpOKET FOR CQXGRESS PORTOrRIGO work in the emm e of ROBINSON the year if they do none at Uvhcn for three tho snn is fiercest hours in the middle of the day when city at the thermometer is highest they Even at other cease all work hours those most favorable for la ¬ bor they go about the struggle for 400j life in a leisurely manner As tlit tle energy asthe Cubans have by Jur standards the Porto Ricans ABSTRACTS OF TITLE HADE tvill do tfiore WW REAL 21 The Kentuckiaii 1 Year Aaitt tltcJNcw MtUIiewHjNwItitf Machine j S21 ESTATE AGENT FOR ONLY modern rr r- - III arm -- eg la With all the UWt proveraenta Tho best Maekine jfor Ute leant monoy r mBufftet ured If J j -- Something About the Rich Little i Island Soon to be Ours TbfcGibison House of Cincinnati OF UJCION HENRY D ALLEN COUNTY t m basnade an assignment claims to be engaged to Lieut Hobson This time it is a Kansas girl vh About Five Times as Big as Christian County and Richer Than Cuba That little box of an island H Cf J aa rB 4 u t J I fltmh Sam publicans are already crying fraud each year support a Spanish army in advance POST DISPATCH SNAP SHOTS and a horde of Spanish and live very comfortably The Vermont Democrats endors The Governors political mnchiuo ed the Democratic platform and themselves Porto Rico has had a stormy his- ¬ may prove a folding bed to him nominated Thos W Maloney for tory since Columbus discovered it Should theolder Leitcr have to bor Governor in 1493 or more accurately since row any more millions to cover the present A Louisville policeman named Ponce de Leon founded its junior Leiters grain losses ho willper ¬ He be- ¬ Sunday who re- capital San Juan in 1510 Weyler shot a man haps muke the new loan a popular As a gan with a terrible slaughter of one authority belled against bis enemies pacifier he proved more of a success natives and Spain or her a dummy baby into u baby cruel oppres- ¬ Putting have kept war and his Spanish namesake than carriage and tumbling it for a bluff sion a chronic condition there ever just to hear a lot of women scream and Capt Gen Augusti telegraphs since is the Chicago idea of a take on Its population according to the joke from Manila to Madrid that grave Dont census of 1887 the latest was 806- events are impending There would be fewer suicides if make it a grave event Take them 708 of whom about 450000 are be made to Bee whatpos white 240000 mulattoes and 7500 people could out to sea and bury them they will muke Only one in eight are fibilitiea there are that negroes attempts The reported attack of Gen Gar classed as literate but a majori themgelvesridiculouaiu their to shuttle off clas men on a troop of Spaniards ty of those can only read not hav coming in to surrender is officially ing reached the advanced stage ot The Chinaman who has allowed hie The learning which affords them the tenant Bis months shelter without the buildings in good condition Shafter Gen denied by story was a pure fake collecting rent is not a bad landlord splendid neighborhood joy of writing Price 2200 Physically the island presents a There areChristiau landlords wbo have 100 acres 5 Miles From City on It is reported from White Sulphur variety of conditions which would at timeB been less considerate Springs that Mrs Marie Ransom not be looked for on such a modest The haughty holder of a 20 war Russcllville Pike Louisville widow of the 400 set bit of territory to one accustomed bond is not disposed to 6efl at a low Well improved 15 acres of timber a r will shortly be married to Baron to the large scale of topography premium Mis men is f per cent m near church and school nobleman prevailing in this country A east What sort of a financier would Yon Norde an Austrian 1800 Price of 60 years mountain range runs from coast to he be to begin his bond speculation 136 acres on Ducker Mill road coast east and west rising in the by undervaluing his poaBessious7 at Madrid eastern district to a height of 3680 65 acreB of bottom land 2 good A message drawn up The treniuB of Frank Popp thethief bouses 2 bams well watered 15 acreF it is said will ask for an armistice feet and the deep canons cutting the Joliet timber to talk about terms of peace Spain down to the Caribbean Sea on the who has been stealing from SHOO Price should have been born ¬ evidently wants to cry nough be- south and the Atlantic on the north peuiteutiary 500 cash balance iu ono and2 Ueshould huvebeeu field fore we capture and occupy Manila are sources of innumerable water to a better years at 6 per cent The beat farm triiBted head of some great finan ¬ and San Juan in the neighborhood 40 of them be the courses no less than largo sums to navi cial institution with inr larcre enough for inland Besides these we have other farms reach for The German Ambassador Mr gation by small trading craft for Balo and will take pleasure in Von Holleben has called upon A New England baukur stole 640 showing any of them to parties wish The country on the northern slope President McKinley with a person of the mountain range is as rich 000 under the eyeB of a double set ing to buy Surveys Plats and Ab al message from the Kaiser that agriculture land it is said as is of examiners State and national stracts of title furnished all purchas was very gratifying to the Pres- ¬ found anywhere m the world rais- ¬ Examination does not examine and ers Now is tho time to buy real estate ident It was the most important ing the maximum of crops with the inspection does uot inspect There Three tracts of coal Innds two event of the month in war matters minimum of cultivation while to the must be some new Bcheme if such of the mines partially developed mountains the lands re- ¬ scoundrels are to be caught in Vein of coal 5 feet thick- - finest qunl of The Spanish judicial officers of south the irrigation to produce timo ity One tract contains 000 acres Santiago who have been retained quire artificial one 175 aores ono G5 acreB All crops This great difference The Indiaua man who preferred within mile Illinois Central It It in office have now resigned upon good in en email an nrea is all the more wood alcohol to whisky is dead It Will soil at bargains and on easy being informed that they must rec- ¬ sovereignty remarkable as in the wet por- - would be belter perhapB if drinkers terms Here are fortunes for the American ognize tipn of the island the average an- When thoy want a chauge wore to re- ¬ rjght men This now opens the way for the is 64 inches sort to coal oil a3a Georgian did borne appointment of Cuban officers if nual rainfall For sale or exchange a good pay Spaniards have been cultivating years ugo Suce a substitute would ing hotel at tho famouB Dawson suitable persons can be found and for nearly four centuries also help poor Mr Rockefeller in his Springs Will sell at a bargain or 2000 Cubans of Santiago have pe- ¬ the land exchange for improved farming land they exterminated a people businoss titioned the President to this effect and well located wise in the arts of agri- ¬ who were a very For ealo a good first class board A crowd of soldiers at Jackson- ¬ culture yet to day only REPORT OF THE CONDITION ing house at Dawson Springs Will the small portion of the available land ville did what they called OF THEculti- ¬ sell on easy terms or exchange for Chickamaugh Act Sunday They of the island has ever been good notes Tho owners buainesB made a raid on a lemonade stand vated chieflv it seems because¬ First compels him to reBide elsowhore latlonal -prowhose proprietors had incurred there are no roads by which 30 ncro ranch well improved near their displeasure and after seizing duce can be carried to shipping¬ San Diego Cal Will exchango for at Hopkiusville iu the State of loweverything eatable smashed up points except over the rich property in Christian county Ky Kentucky the property and ended by tossing lands near the coast at the close of business William Robinson Agt But even under a system calcul- ¬ the colored waiter in a blanket JULY 14 1898 to make a Yankee farmer ated Office Webber Street RESOURCES 0S2JS The electric railway in Madison groan for the waste of possibilities Loans anil Discounts and unsecured secured 160203 Hopkinsville Ky Ind is trying the experiment of fe- ¬ the Porto Ricans raise enormous Overdrafts to secure circulation 1000000 UBHonds on US Bonds 100000 Premiums male conductors on the street cars and rich crops of variety which Other lionds and Securities iUSQlfiGS ANNOUNCEMENTS 200000 all good satisfy a childs dream of tropical FurnlturoStateFixtures and Bankers There archive of them Hanks 513380 Duo from loolifng young women and their uni- ¬ goodies Here is a list of the prin- ¬ pue from approved reservo njunto H20002 We are authorised to announco 1 131 85 uheckfl and other cash Items 470900 II D ALLEN form is a black bicycle suit with cipal crops Sugar molasses to- ¬ Notes of other National Banks ot Union county as a candidate for Conres con- ¬ bacco coffee rice cotton maize Fi actional paporourrenor nickels and the word 121071 and cents waists alike from tho Second ongresslonal district sub money reserve in Dank vU joot to tho action of the Democratic party ductor on their caps The re- ¬ plantains oranges bananas pin- ¬ Lawful tiMODO wv pCCie 10 7 ceipts have increased 20 per cent eapplesand a score of other fruits Innalliiniliiriintmi with US Treasurer 83555 00 Hedemptlon fund They Due from U 8lreiu other than 6 per The greatest empire of tho world iB and cocoanuts honey under this rule in Chillicothe O 2100250 cent redemption fund the British empire extending over one the only other town in the country mine and export salt as well as 10200603 Total entire continout lOOJponinsulae 1000 conductors sugar building stone and marble with female LIABILITIES and it is known that the hills con Capital stock paid In 0100000 lakes 2000 rivers nud 10500 islands 36177 It surpaBBea the Assyrian empire in lead and Surplus fund Nn Hntiiiav in Clarksville Men tain gold copper tin 120778 wealth the Roman empire iu poputaxes paid the lack 1140000 Outs2andliK National BanlcMoto The Tobacco Board vof Trade Wad iron but the inhabitants de- ¬ Due to other National Banks 11571 lation tho Spanish empire in power enterprise and capital to a meeting this morning at the To ¬ skill Dividends unpaid 10 00 velop these mineral riches Individual Uf posits subject to check 17000527 audthe Peraiau empire in area- all bacco Exchange to decide whether y20Ou0J of which empire have passed away Total va- ¬ The climate of Pprto Rico is they would have a two weeks Tho population of the ompiro 402 cation this summer or npt says the much superior to that of Cuba But Static ok Kentucky i 5 15000 iu27 per cent of tho population County op Ciimstun do Clarksville Times It was put to a even at the hottest it is not vexed I Thos WLong Gashlcrof being bank do solemnly awpar that tho above named of tho world tho 11839810 square vote and a majority were in favor with much humidity the air tho auovo stato but Ui kept generally free of moisture by nifiiit Is tniti to the best of my knowledge and miles of imperial territory is 21 per of not having the vacation belief cett pf tho land of tho world Thos W LoNCh Cashier take one day off and have a picnic the prevailing northeast wind Subscribed and sworn to bpfpu bio tills 30 But Porto Ricans are more sensw dayjof July 1W8 80 they all agreed to this and next Memphis has counted up the muiv condi- Mpaday ha been efc for tllc da7 ble about accentinir weather flLVK I CerrctilMti ders of the lnt Rvft dayb andre- Geo C Loiik lin I V f L1U1JB ThW will have a bf barbecue and Itnnu Hlf iuii ire ill nnr tint - j i I j w uuwuvr d porb au averHf 4 a office-holders ¬ to Rico lying southeast of Cuba A violent earthquake in Chili with San Domingo intervening is Saturday night partially destroyed only about 100 miles long cast and the towns of Concepcion and Ta west and 40 broad But it is so loahuana of riches that a popula- ¬ packed full tion of 800000 generally lazy illit- ¬ The Alabama State election erate and unskilled are able to ¬ comes off next Monday and the Re nay 3000000 tribute to Spain edhimsclf a candidate for Congress in the Louisville district Dri S AtwoodSmith hasannounc 1 Por-¬ the lacltof en ¬ ergy they display in their periodic attempts to free themselves from Spauish rule They have attempt ¬ ed ihis often but have always given up after a struggle which would only have encouraged the Cubans Among the white natives there is the large number of 25000 who arc not ofSpanish descent and among these it Ifc interesting to note that the rebellious feelings against Spain are aroused more by social than political wrongs a So there is the little island from Key West thousand miles half the key to the Greater Antilles soon to be American territory and have her 25000000 yearly commerce doubled in a brief time for the greater glory and profit of its captor and liberator Uncle in haveless This is shown Money loaned at 6 per cent on first class real estate for a term of 5 years We have for Bale some of tho bes building lots in tho city nnd ou term Prices ranging to suit plircbrisors from 20 to 3000 They are located iu nearly every part of tho city We also have for sale farms in this add adjoining countios These farms are owntd by parties who wIbIi to sell Below is a partial list of them A simpledurablo Litfbt ruuniag Hoieeles f f w Every Machine 10 years arrantod Fine Farm near Kennedy A 50 Machino for for and freight prepaid 21 Well improved good land well wa tered and timbered 180 acres 5400 Price A Cash must accompany al orders ¬ wheel to keep drew from Betting on wheel SlKCllICATIUNW Attaohti ents Are the famoaa Johneoaa set The Heod la five and one half Inclien hlirU in a tin box and consists Of tpokef rafflcr tnd clfiht nnd nnr half Inches lonff lnalile four hummers binder qulltcr foot hemmer measurement Thislsas litgh as any family and folloruudor braider and sheerer c llcati and oil two crcw drivers elx not paper Two thirds in fine timber good im machine inndo andormuatcallcd lm confounded of needles thumb screw guagobobbinsbook ot high arm ma tio and with tho medium provements well watered 8J miles chines The beird plate soti luto orIevcl with directions tho table The Furniture Is well raado highly pol ¬ from the city Big bargain All these Tho Needle Is straight 3clf acling flat on ished nnd elegant In appearance S900 sattwrong machines will be sent out with oak furnlturo Price ine sldo and cannot be unless walnut specified Each machine has The Shuttle Is open on the end cylinder n lock to tht drawers and cover nice nickel Farm of 106 acres onButlcr Road ihope and absolutely nClf throadlnt plate drop rings to The Bearings Arc all steel well fitted and are well packed andall drawers All machines crated Three and ono half miles from the Adjustable Sclfthicadlng The machine Is HEAD OCR UUARANTKK city well improved good orchard and no hole to put the thread through Th Now Mathews Machine is warranted 40 except the eye ot the needle rna never failing water Tho Feed Is positive In action and has uo yeaB from date bf purchase and thirty days S750 Price trial of it If perfect and entire satisfaction iprlngq togotnut oforder Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind the is not given tho machine may be reshlpped to A farm of 20 acres on same road oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread to Us at oUr expense and the money paid us TheStltch Is donble lock stitch The same will be tcfiiiiucu promptly 3 milus from the city well improv on both tides and will not ravel Can be this guarantee ed A good poultry or market gar lengthened or shorened from eight to thirty Underpurchasing the you ran no risk whatever In New Mathews Machine fitltches to the Inch den farm in good neighborhood trial it ThoTenslon Is a flat spring tension and ad You have thirty days reaxonofyou in your own home and if for any should wish 100 tuxtablc to all sizes of thread Price to return the machino It may ce shipped to ns Hand Wheel Is nlckle plated and has a at our expense and the money will be re Farm of 75 acres on Greenville loose wheel attached to operate bobbin winder funded without running machine All communications regarding the New The Movement Ie the colebrated eccentric Road movements positive In action and fewer work Mathews Machine should be addressed to any machine on the market ing parts than Six miles from the city The very CHAS AU MEACHAM ihe Stand Has laigo balance wheel hangs on two adjustable centers The treadle is large beat place iu the neighborhood and bangs In cone centers and all lost motion Hopkinsville Ky timber irood water buildings orch can be taken up asters under evsh end and can be easily moved A nice dress guirdovor ard and iu a fine state of repair Description ol the Improved New Mathews Machine 5650 Price This machino is manufactured with the view of supplying a long folt 2 A very fine little Farm of 87 vant to wit A Modern High nrm first cIiibs Sewing MachiuR with all lato improvements and of Hrst clas3 material and good Workmanship including acres near Elmo the best and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A bock of instrucTwenty acres of timber the remain All tions accompanies every machine ing in high stale of cultivation Farm of 350 acres on Buttermilk Road ¬ g ¬ ¬ 1 ¬ ¬ RELIABILITY t L L is a quality some newspapers have lost sight of in these They care little for truth days of yellow journalism and a great deal for temporary sensation It is not so with THE CHICAGO RECORD The success of THE RECORD rests upon its reliability It prints the news all the news and 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 It is the best illustrated daily newspaper in the world Its war news service is unapproachably the best Says the Urbana 111 Daily Courier rf We read the war news in the other papers then we turn to THE CHICAGO RECORD to see how much of it is true Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received by all postmasters Address THE CHICAGO RECORD 181 Madison street Chicago ¬ ¬ - ICHARDS lank BUILDEKS CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN y Building Materials 1 i fX O Of AU Kinds e- - ¬ LUMBER LIME AND CEMENT - Give us a call when yon need anyifihg t t -- i in ourHiw hi DAGG RICHARDS v - jpii HTfrriHjHTr iijJiM ia a m WW plcic at DiforCav act on thf UMthef V u v j fclll llil hi iliiaiii y iTiitfuiig liwlii mmni hi in i Hil ar f i l ill in MtMHtoHlMaltMMMMmMHMwW pQSTtDlSPATCM WAR NOTES j THE IftlSH NATURE i To die is tho regular thing with the rtgular ThovoJuntoor looks only to a temporary risk Spiu for SpauiKrcU id aooU to approve of It by BelidinjfSpanlanlH t back to Spain Sktttkffe hanWrfdjpu ft boom tho llluftof which- - aim MfcVer BiUv buforu MaMtia will horuufterbo an unknown word v k tAt vvvw Qiatot upwilUQUD ui iua 4 41 fS- UUUULUU - f i vol tie wit polfcj The UDittis States Jabout thre ptr5t TTliijfgiirpoctwill mv tako ft froah 0oUbtlo39 u thousand bales of afo already on tho way to unhappy nowapapor editors Mifouri is more or loss unhappy bectkujuo tJlisaoUri rpgimont mareh ed into Santiago Our boys have not shad hilfa chanco in tho rmr Tho sacking of Santiago by tho Spaniards boforo its surrender was something to bo expected It would hdva been uuspaniBh had thoy done iieijoein9 A curious peculiarity of tho Irish is tho wide limits to which re¬ lationship extended Do you know Pat Median a pensant was aEkcd Of courso I do was the answer Why hes a near relation of mine Ho wance proposed for my sisther Kate When faction fighting was rife in Ireland it was a mans interest to increase his followin by extend ¬ ing the number of his relations by every possible device Happily fac i tion fighting is dead in Ireland and a man has no nejd now to have behind him a long line not of ancestors as Sir Boyle Hoche would say but of re ¬ lations as was imperatively necessa- ¬ ry when the bhoys were accustomed to hould dishcussions- with sticks at every fair It is after he is dead that his relations come in handy to the Irishman Thpy give him a grand buryin Well Mary said a friend of mine to a domestic who had boon at ¬ DXkture - AN OPEN LETTER WB ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO CASTORIA AND THE EXCLUSIVE USE OK THE WORD AS OUR TRADEMARK PITCHEFS CASTORIA To MOTHERS PITCHER DR SAMUEL was the originator of has homo and does now bear on every tho fae simile signature of wrapper This is the original CASTORIA which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the kind you have always bought on the of Hyannis Massachusetts CASTORIA tho same that rf fftayffflfc War News ti tRmmttxtCmrmQ ii 4 per and has the signature of No one has authority from me to use my name except The Centaur Company of whichChas H Fletcher is President OStyfycM wrap- ¬ tending a buryin loss had Mat Ma Ohhchada TJiq foolish popUlaco of Madrid has loney a good funeral An why comtUUecL itaelf a bpnrd of strategy great wan sir said Mary wouldnt he Wasnt he related to tho andit finds an easy rask iu criticising whole barony Faith it reminded navy of Spain boththo army and be looking restorative in Manila the whole mo of a land league Do Not Be Deceived Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you Hecause he makes a few more pennies on it the in- ¬ gredients of which even he does not know Diodorichs would belter up aometrustworthy hair Milan to be scooting about waters and endangering w worldspoaco Tjierojs an unlimited domand for provisions in Cuba and Uncle Sam- uqIJs gdneroaity seepa likely to bo Jiayjjy TBXprrFtlo aq uard raeal is a u6volBohianyin ho islandthat it must now bo the height of luxury to them If Cervera know when ho s t out from Spam that the Spanish Govern ment had betrayed him and that gunB intend ed for biB fleet were in the con tractorB pocketwhy did he uot Bpeak out and refuse to go An Amer ican or English Admiral would have done so It would have been both manly and wise Historians have long claimed that fate had reserved a Shuftor two for the cruel DonBs Thoy certainly Merritt it aud thereforeeannot afford to Tampa ¬ mcctinV A child went crying to its mother and re- ¬ ported that it had swallowed a button Well well look at that now1 cried the woman Begor I supposo the next thing youll do is to swallow a buttonhole Tim story reminds me of the graphic description given by a beggerman of his tattered coat Faith yer honnor its nothin but a parcel of hplesppyu together It often seems inlreland as if words arc not quick enough or that they form too cumberson a vehicle for the tapid and rushing thoughts of these active minded peasantry A laugha- ¬ ble instance of this occurred during a recent visitation by Dr Walsh the The Kind You Have Always Bought HERE is no need for the people of HopkinsviHe and neighboring towns to sub- - f scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most reliable war news ¬ A Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You THE CtNTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY Ca4 BTBttT NCWYORKCITY BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF The Daily Kentuckians i 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 every department of the paper is supplied with a new s withourarmyovenwithintrenchmouts sevoral MiJpB Long Paudo mouium isflura to follow such an attempt nor Dmyvonder at this howovor Schley tlfdir Gjnralb may be Even Graut ingMttiora plenty of Lea way they have njpchahco Against us uo matter Wat soii tho tapis HopkinsviHe Produce riarket Cash prices paid by HopkinsviHe meriihrfnta Bapqn l Hams country Shpuldors Sicjqa 4nic 810c 1Urd Cojintry Product lv67c 222 lH 1 57c Bn Now feathers I Bceawai5 Tallow Ginseng por lb Honey Tub washed wool Butter 12iloc 7c 2528c 1821o 2o 78o 2bo 80 G i eafeed Poultry Y chickouB live por dozlBQ180 2c S3 Roosters John B Castleman Arthur GLangham Breckiuridgo CaBtleman Roman Catholic archbishop of Dub- ¬ lin to a remote parish in his arch- ¬ diocese the story of which I was told by the priest An old woman hobbled up to his grace as he was passing through the village and exclaimed The Largest Fire Insurance Company in the World Wisha now that Ive seen your lordship ye may die and the Lord be Docs tho Largest ItuBineaain tho Stato of Kentucky praised I It was needless to say her Does tho Largest Business in the Southern Stntra own death the old lady desired after tho great privilege of having seen a 1896 24983102 live archbishop The same clergyman Losses Paid in Kentucky in told me that he has a parishioner who is much addicted to drink Meeting the man one day when as the pcoplo say ho had a drop in the priest in- ¬ sisted that he should take the pledge Managers Southern Department for it was tho only protection against General Office Louisville the tempetations of the public house Youve never seen a teetotaler drink Ah your Tom said the priest Co Resident Agents HopkinsviHe Ky Walter FGarnett rivoTence replitd Tom Ive seen many a man drunk but I couldnt tell for the life 0 me whether they IN wor teetotalers or not An Irishman got out of a train at a railway station for refreshments but unfortunatel the bell rang and tho train went off before he had finished his drink Running along the platform after the train he shouted nould on therej houldon Youve got a passenger aboord thats Importer and Manufacturer of left behind A poor woman who had a son of whom she was very proud nn intentianally paid him a very bad comaliment Speaking of tho boy to the There isnt in the iriest she said aronyyerriverorcea cleverer lad noi Tom Lopjc at thim yer riverence pointing to two small chairs in the cabin he made thim out of his own head and faix ho has enough of wood left to make me a big armchair Royal insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL BAEBE1 CASTLEMAN service ¬ ESTABLISHED 1852 that cannot be surpassed in all Western Ken tucky Daily delivoed In the city SAMUEL HODGSON I - Marble and Grranite Monuments Si l7m7r Hun Bli 212 S 10 Gts Per Week Main 2 Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL draiu Clover per1 bushel Corn Wheat Corn Bhdllod Live stockr London Spectator 4o 67c 50o BREAD RIOTS I TABLETS ETC of HopkinsviHe Ky Some Serious Disturbances fhat Occurred Ovor a Century Ago CLARKSWLE TENNESSEE AIR Hogs 2 G0800 Sheep Cattlo 25P3 50 Calves 300825 Lambs 4M425 Hidffl aud Furs Qroen hides 67o 7Jo Grson saltod hidos Jry ilint 1012o Vegetables 75a Now pptatjoos por bushel Cabagp por hoad 8Go -- 53V25 4WateruelonB Florida v FlourrRStail Patent per bbl Ns i 2G85o i Standard por bbl Hay ployer PV vt V Good Timothy Bran retail - W2G 3 75 55o 70o I 12Ao 20a Fancy pwijpz All Tobacco dent us Oovored by Inourauce Liboral Advance on OouBignmouts lOo Choi per doz JAS WEST Groon CornNAT GAITIJER r aoz oars 10c irtncy 7 f Choico doz oars 80 SL flu MiloaiB iuHtlvnraisfMl fnrlonv r ut YF7 An Enterprising Agency Kiory or bntiago to Gon SbaiMHrtt Nothiner so bsonratwu ernut Personally conducted tours to TOBACCO MERCHANTS LsoWi0 Ue 3omoliland with a chanco to shoot recognition prpPfr at lions and other largo game are auV T iii agerwey a iThABtVMAt lla ia nslj t tu M Used by London Touriw lv e motttiiji and itpwUl law liberal iiIvmcw made on Tobacco pour moulfii slorkgc Free wu not worth unking X I f The world has seen many bread riots In 175G when harvests all over tho world were short wheat went up to the equivalent of 150 a bushel and invEngland there wore insurrections on account of tho scarcity of bread In 1767 when the price of wheat rose iu Mark lane to tho equiv-alent of 180 a bushel there were serious disturbances all over England and great violence was done byi tho starving populace In 1775 when tho prico 01 wheat again wont to an almost prohibitive price to tho poor it was necessary in France for tho troops to guard tho markets and a general insurrection was only kept down by the prompt massing of the troops in tho disaffected and suffering places The world well knows what a formidnblo pnrt was played on the ovef of tho French revolution by tho rise in breadstuffs and it will be readily recalled how frequent since that revo- ¬ lution wore the expressions of popular hunger and despair up to tho timo oi the enormous expansion of tho Ameri can grain production and the fall in agricultural prices It is most pitiful to think of people driven by want to tho ory for bread a cry which if made too insistently is answered with bul- ¬ lets Indianapolis News ¬ ¬ ¬ F M WHITLOW is my solicitor M Daily One Month Daily Three Months Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition - 35 lOO 400 1 yr 200 r C HA NBERY P S11RYER PEOPLES WAREHOUSE HANBERY SHRYER Proprs KY RailrldtEfovSh TcntU HOPKINSVILE gETCaroful attention given to sampling and soiling all tobacco consigned to us Liberal advancos ou tobacco in storo All tobacco insured uules otherwise instructod W G WnEELEn W H i The Kentuckian is printed in new and attractive type and its y news pages are illustrated with the L best pictures to be obtained Faxon Wheeler Mills tobacco Warehousemen Commission Merchants Co Grain Dealers n Subscribe Now And Get The News Send in your subscription by V i fH Tr man uau at ine oince in ine iven- tuckian Building first floor at 212 South Main Street or telephone A 99 2 Address 1 1 a i M 1 a FireProof Warehouse con nussRrLvirLE and n sts HopkinsviHe Ky l GAITHER uf VEST xi COMMISSION 11 n m w HOKINSVJLLE KY j Cllas M Meackm Publisher HOPKINSVILLE KY t 4 VTMtJNTcS TlTJCrSS i jo IX K 1 m uw II iS-SLASHED HIS ARM EX JAILER DEAD o J iiiiiimiiihiti ii iiiniiiaiiMTrtnmimririir1i ii r i - NEWS FROM CAMPS HOWELL HAPPENINGS Judge R V Williams of Nortons dap Died Last Night Ed White Attacks Clinton Boilcs Sickness and Death Anions Th Items of Interest Gathered tip by a Capable Writer Howell Ky July 25 1 have seen nothing in your paper from our lit tle wayside village for sdme time THIS WEEK We will continue out ONE FOURTH rl rtM c v i -- u nmm Judge R W Williams formerly Soldier Boys In Camp V With a Knife fi a citizen of this county died last night at Mortons Gap Ky aged about eighty years Long Laid Mr Williams was jailer of Christ Several Succumb to Disease After A flash Nine Inches Xfc tian county for a four years term Escaping Spanish Bullctsv Open In His Right Arm JO beginning in 1872 Later he was K Heavy Railroad Business J Not Dangerous Police Judge of Hopkinsville for some years S l Sli M- m ill ton immmL TtjrJi Ejpi M Mr Williams was an uncle of Dnk A Southern Detail at Last H Williams of Crofton and has A cutting affray occurred at 215 in the northern por-- t Washington July 26 The War oclock on South Main street near many relatives Department lias decided tOScnd being two tian of this county Tenth the participants the First Florida Second Georgia colored boys named Clinton Boales PERSONAL GOSSIP and the First Maryland regiments and Edwin White ¬ now at Tampa to Porto Rico White went up to Boales and be Hon J D Clardy was in town gan what appeared to be a scuflle Ky July 26 The Lexington of disorder on the streets to day a species Cincinnati Southern has hauled 55 that has become entirely too com- ¬ Miss Sadie Mason is visiting Miss 000 troops since war was declared mon in that part of the city Crowds Ritchie Burnett In the movement of troops from of colored boys obstruct the side ¬ Mr J T Coleman of Princeton Chickamauga to Newport News for walks playing and pushing each is in the city to day Porto Rico the road handled 5200 other about to the great annoyance to troops and 342 cars Mr John R Kitchen has gone of the merchants The affair this A Soldier Dies at Ft Thomas of this Howell on business afternoon is one of the fruits to ¬ Miss Patty Bartley returned idling on the streets Cincinnati O July 26 Private When White took hold of Boales day from a visit to Gracey Walter Lee Company G Second the latter protested and after tell ¬ Mr Henry Wilkins of Fairview Georgia volunteers died1 to day of JeSBm PccfiSttBiI9 BnHHKaffiKKii to turn loose is spending the day in the city ing him repeatedly typhoid fever in the Fort Thomas finally struck White with his fist Miss Kahn of Memphis Tenn military hospital He was one of Quick as a flash White struck is the guest of Mrs MJLowenthal the number who were received from with an open knife in his hand and Miss Mary Wheless of St Louis the South on Friday last He was There is some talk of refurnishing blade descended on the right is spending this week with Mrs T attacked by fever at Chickamauga the church with new the carpets pews on many items all over the store In nearly every instance the arm ol Boales W Long chairs pulpit etc Nothing has special cuts as advertised Lieut Fiscus Will Die His coat and shirt were cut open will hold for this week been done as yet however The Attorney J D Hill wenttoSebree ¬ New York July 25 All hope of and a gash nine inches long disprayer busi recovery of Lieut William M Fis attentivemeeting is well attended by¬ closed on his arm which fortunately this morning on professional congregations The racness was only deep enough to draw cus of the Second cavalry who is ing childrens day etc which our Mr J W Henson representing at Fort Wardsworth suffering from blood and not of a serious nature the Evansville Coffin Co is in the typhoid fever has been abandoned neighboring scribe refers to fortu- ¬ White immediately took to his heels nately have not struck our place He was one ol the six officers t who but was pursued and captured city to day The rains have been general and Numerous eye witnesses were pres- ¬ Miss Lula Richards has returned came North from Santiago a week I need not dwell upon the weather ent and it was the unanimous opin- ¬ from a visit to Mrs T R Hancock ago Saturday Suffice it to say it has greatly re- ¬ - ion that White was to blame from in Clarksvilletarded wheat threshing and injured Another Accidental Death He is a son of the start to finish Miss Annie McPherson of Hop tobacco but has been helpful to Huntington Ind July George White and is about 16 years kinsville is visitinir the family of of age Marshal A J Rosenbrbugh corn fallowing cleaningfence rows C Bajley ClarksvilleTimes telegraphs from Chickamauga that and pastures Hobsons Best Girl Mrs S J Samuels will return to- ¬ he has started home with the re Misses Bessie Waller and Daisy Noblesville Ind July 26 Quite morrow from Knoxville accompa ¬ mains of his son Frank private of Williams of this place are taking a pretty young lady Miss Lettie nied by Misses Hattie and Fannie Company K 160lh Indiana volun- ¬ a little sojourn with Mrs F M Cook is visiting friends near the Samuel s teers who was killed by making a Quarles at her country home near BASEBALL city She is from Oswego Kas To Fight Smallpox Miss Birdie Hartfield daughter high dive into shallow water - his here Howell has been very fortu- ¬ is now an open secret that of Mr Manuel Hartfield ofHender- - head striking a stone and causing nate in having so many pretty girl and it SPECIAL Dr J N SlcCormack Secretary she is the fiancee of Lieut Hobson son is visiting her aunt Mrs D concussion oCthe brain of the State Board of Health start- ¬ visitors this summer Seems as if VVof Merrimac fame Miss Cook met Frankel it is quite a favorite country resort RESULTS OP YESTERDAYS GAMES ed out yesterday afternoon or the the Lieutenant at a wedding in Slow In Getting Off Miss Daisy Anderson of Kelly The question of locating the pub- ¬ Baltimore 9 New York 0 For- ¬ mountains of Kentucky says the Norfolk Va several months ago a is spending the week with Misses Bowling Green Times He will July 26 There lic road from Howell to Bell is feited Washington correspondence followed and then Dee and Ellis Anderson on Jesups make a careful and completeinves- were five transports at Newport being agitated very much now Brooklyn 4 Boston 2 the engagement tigation ot the smallpox cases now Avenue Two others are some want it just north and some News yesterday Philadelphia 4 Washington 8 raging in Jackson Laurel and Clay Bowling from New York to day south of Howell It will doubtless and expected Misses Martha Chicago 7 Cleveland 0 Police Court Matters cpunties and will do whatever is soon LauraWest returned home last night the Harvard will arrive Thursday be settled Other games postponed George Bullard fined 5 and cost needful to stamp out the disease to Clarksville after a very pleasant two will arrive Saturday and four for drunkenness TO DAYS MARKET REPORT In Laurel and Clay counties the or five next Monday The leaving visit to Mrs A G Warfield HOW THEY STAND Eva Bacon col breach of peace disease is under control and it is Mr F Lipman has returned from time of Gen Grants brigade with Corrected Iliilly lly Hfii IliiwllnM Clubs Won lW PC believed that very soon every ves ¬ sent to the workhouse for Hanker days two Kentucky and one Illinois Red Boiling Springs Tenn after i its nnl Itroker HoiiUliiBvlMeKjv Cincinnati 28 57 671 tige of it will have disappeared Mattie Coats col breach of two weeks sojourn very much im- ¬ regiments will depend somewhat as 53 30 Boston 639 from those counties to workhouse for 96 proved in health peace sent to the time it takes to embark the In Jackson V 51 Cleveland 32 614 county the disease is still raging days troops already at Newport news ClilcitRo Market Mr and Mrs Ray Moss of Clin- ¬ 48 32 600 and many cases are reported from Andrew Wims col fined 10 ton passed through Fulton Satur- ¬ Opff Higt Closing Baltimore 47 Chicago 40 540 there for renting a house used as a day en route to Hopkinsville to visit A Kentuckian Dies in Camp Cash Wheat 70tf New 38 York 44 537 66 bawdy house 65X The School Per Capita Princeton Ky July 26 Dixie Sept Wheat 6u Mrs Moss mother Fulton Lead- ¬ 43 40 Pittsburg 518 GG 65 Satterfield of this county received Dec Wheat er The school fund this vear nro- 37 Philadelphia 42 466 The Heavy Rains 34 34 35 Sept Corn vides a per capita of 230 per pu- Miss Lilian Glenn one of Nash ¬ a telegram yesterday announcing 33 47 Brooklyn 413 i 35 About three quarters of an inch Dec Corn 35 i Ma ms 1S an increase of 10 cents villes most charming belles and a the death of his wifes brother Ed Sept Oats 31 51 Washington 378 Pu of rain fell prior to the report at 7 20 20 tf 20 Wood atMiama Fla of fever He as compared with the per capita of Louisville 56 29 341 a ml to day and rain has fallen recent graduate of Prices College studied law here for months and Seph Pork 9 95 95 9 67 is visiting her uiicle Mr F Lip 61 St Louis 24 282 Jlst year- - superintendent David 60 5 60 steadily nearly all day The rains 5 52 was well known and popular He Sept Lard son has prepared a communication man G7 to be general and wheat appear 5 67 5 52 went toLouisiana his old home a Sept Ribs Take Charge Monday addressed to county superintend threshing will be set back for at Miss Millie Dudley of Bardwell year ago At the breaking out of Sept wheat puts 64 calls 66 In a day or two Mr Henry F ents and school oflicers that ex- least another week and maybe daughter of clerkdeo T Dudley war with Spain he joined the Lou ¬ Neu York Stocks and Cottou Smith of this city will leave for plains the increase longer Fully half the crop is still of Carlisle county has arrived on a isiana volunteers His remains Opff Higt Cloaing Eddyville to assist in making the visit to Miss Hallie Bradley on E in the shock The Sick Folks Better will be brought here 5 78 Aug Cotton 5 78 5 78 inventory of the property of the 7th St The cooler Weather has benefit ¬ 1 21tf 1 21 State now on hand at the branch Am Tob 1 20 Miles Has Not Reported Dr Rudd of Caseyvjlle who is Typhoid Fever Increasing ted most of the fever sufferers 1 00 00 Chicago Gas 99 penitentiary says the Bowling 1 very low with typhoid fever was Washington July 26 Special 1 05 Q 1 06 Green Times Mr Smith who was Jas O Cook is decidedly better 1 06 Washington July 26 The au- ¬ C B At the war department nothing removed to the home of his father-in-la53 - 54 N 54 recently elected Warden of the pen- ¬ Thos Knight is improving Thos thorities continue to be greatly L in Hopkinsville yesterday has been heard from Gen Miles 1 0G 1 06 itentiary will take charge of the G Dade and Fred R Dryer are alarmed over the typhoid fever sit- ¬ Manhattan 1 05 Sturgis Opinion 1 36 direct 1 39 at the camps To day six ¬ Sugar institution next Monday uation Messrs getting along nicely Thehealth of Maj J O Ferrell is back from teen Coal 25 James A Kemble and Lewis Smith the city is steadily improving men were taken down by Iron 25 25 Surgeon General Sternberg has Atlanta where he went to mingle disease and sent to the hospitals the Chicago ItecolptB To i who were elected guards will also at gone to New York to investigate with his old confederate comrades Allowance Increased take their positions upon that day Fort Myer from the two division Hogs 19000 Head the condition of affairs in the ser He says the city was so densely The Postmaster at BowllnBtmi hospitals This number of cases is Cattle 4000 Head We predict for all of the gentlemen crowded that it was almost impos ¬ vice Green Ky has been allowed 2100 sent out of camp since from here who are in charge of the largest Kitlinntutl UecolptH To morrow sible for the old soldiers to find the fever made its appearance and 160 Cars any part of the pen that they will for clerk hire for the fiscal year heat Walpole Pays Out each other at a time when the disease was Corn This is an increase of 200 over 5 u i iars give fine satisfaction to the State Col Max M Hanbery Trenton Ky July 26 the Re ¬ supposed to be well under control Oats Special last year m loo cars The Reception This Evening W P Walpole who was fined publican lawyer to day informed a The hospital authorities are great ¬ Hogs T COO Jessie Mason a colored girl 12 last week 100 for operating a blind News reporter that he would move ly alarmed at the increase The reception to be given by Miss years of age died yesterday eve ¬ B Alurkot his family to Paducah instead of Hogs To day 19000 Belle Moore this evening will be the ning near New Zion on the GreenV tiger Saturday compromised by Eddy ville as previously announced Two Deaths at San Francisco Hogs To morrow paying 20 and agreed to leave His house hold goods and family 32000 social event of the week Although ville road of consumption town He left with his family to- ¬ Light 402 it will be a negligee affair so far aB j San Francisco July 26 Sick- will come down on a steamer the day for Martin Tenn 410 dress is concerned it will be largely v last of this week Paducah News ness among the soldiers here is in ¬ Mixed 390 attended and a very enjoyable af V creasing In the division hospital Rough More Transports Bought It is given in honor of Miss Entirely now and first class In nil 415 fair arc 308 patients and in the Pre irieavy Fell Off the train Special Vancouver July 26 Coulter of California respects Excellent sample rootnu Total Ulouruuoci Lexington Ky July 26 Ser ¬ sidio barracks hospital forty five and service uuequalled In the city The Canadian Pacific Steamers geant Lee Hughey Chicago a mem ¬ a total of 253 soldiers not counting Wheat and Flour Exp 318000 bus Nothing Definite From Miles On Double Car Lino Athenian and Tartar have been ber of Capt John B Ingrams com- ¬ perhaps a hundred less severe 0 F L P Kleidkrkb Props Washington July 26 Special Bold to the United States to be pany Col M A Classlords signal cases in regimental hospitals Nothing from the Pope Henderson Ky w The War Department discredits m L Tucker a private in Dewitt corps was killed by falling from a turned over in a few days Washington July 26 Special 01IA8 OATLETT CLARENCE IIABHr i train immediately after coming out Company L Fjfty first Iowa died There is no sign here of a move the report from Ft Thomas last Sunday of pneumonia The re ¬ Threw Into a Coach QATLETT HARRIS night that Gen Miles had landed of the tunnel on the Cincinnati mains were taken back to Council ment by the Vatican looking to his troops at Ponce on Formerly with Forbes ro Bud Tyler a colored man about Southejrn below Somerset The the south peace negotiations Bluff for burial 25 years old is under arrest for train was on a trestle Ilaughey coast of Porto Rico and Joseph Baker a private in Com ¬ throwing a rock into a window of fell fifty feet to instant death Still Guarding Against Watsou pany B First Tennessee died at dold Field in f lexlco one ot the cars of the colored excur- ¬ HANGERS the hospital of dysentery London July 26 Special A Wftakye qdrfollWtofO kU bua Remctnber the rinlno sion train last Sunday He will tfe Denlsbn Tex July 26 Spec- ¬ Jupes fprikgjMlli of tried jn Judge Canslcrs court Fri- - Place to get your fine Merchant in Several men in the hpapitaltj arc Gibraltar dispatch to J Joyds says ial ISd Hunt a returned proK yfcea a critical condition totBSntWte at the imw Two cases the flights jg by Fowright Tailoring Pantsi at Almina Point and piclpr report rjclvyfUdaniliYipr ouablo priWr Ppr baling a q made for 3 5 7 Sults14 of varioloid have been discovered Ceutsi haye been raanuDtaM extinguished by fidda jqUhe tr 30 Jhead jyoung caWl and fine 15 20 WMtwJKel onnosite if the Seventh California The Country laity All workai Out Young1 Cv ordara c j New Bra office MMJ u MHK VOW8 m WV VYAKK thpantiUuth4niiei uion wiU k4 completely iaoUUl Mexico ¬ until your worthy correspondent headed hi letter Howell but signed himself Pee Dee and Hern- don and gaveus the news from those points which was very interesting Let us hear from him agairi Miss Mary Embry who visited in the Pee Dee vicinity returned to her home in this place some time ago Miss Carrie King of Church Hill wno visueu ivirs uicKerson near this place has returned home much to the regret of some of the boys Misses Adams and Oakcs of Day a ville who spent several weeks with Miss Mattie Mav Radford have returned home accompanied by Misa Mattie May who expects to be gone for some time Rev Dr Harvey of Louisville is expected to preach near this Oliplace at the Baptist church vet on Sunday night July 31 The protracted meeting will begin at that church Sept 18 Rev Weston Bruncr of Baltimore will assist ii Great Bargain Opportunities For This Week - Air VhATO OTtoK - - -- - I I I I w 39l - ¬ ¬ Hotel Henderson T1 m 1 ¬ PAINTERS PAPER id ftr v j Je vd fT JSlrivjlr f- IV i n - n f