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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i a Wwittar Ky V I Til uisVllle Aug KT jr t -i - Special Fair tCHM ht and cooler Sat j i y morning NO 5 s y 92 O HOPKINSVILLE KY FKIDAYlAFTEMOON BANDITS LOOT TRAIN 1 I 1 b tznttxthinn AUGUST 12 1898 By LIVB NEWS On Every Pap t iii - We Set The Pace I PRICE 2 CENTS -- BiJ if Jt - FIGHT In Prospect For The fHE PROTOCOL Burlington Ilold Up Rich Haul and a The Ultimatum Sent to Spain I 3 the President ENDED So Far A Brnkemnn Was Serlouly Injur cd in the Fusilade That Followed Its Therms in Detail Made Public ir the First Time What War Will Cost Spain 1 jiThc cession of Porto Rico to tthc united States together with I -- as the Pight t s 0 Louisville Boys Sent to the Front to Reinforce General Schwan Ponce Porto Rico via Kingston August 12 Special G en Schwan met a force of Spaniards near Hermingueros Tuesday It consisted of about 1200 men A sharp en gagementfoUowed in which two privates of the llth infantry were killed Fifteen were wounded The Spanish loss was heavy Gen Schwan continued his advance and G en Miles is sending the recently arrived Kentucky troops under Lieut Belknap to join him G en Roy Stones handful of men have not taken Arecibo nor have they entered Lares G en Henry is beyond the ridge on his way to Utuado to day and Gen Schwan will push on and meet him at Arecibo Qen Wilson is going on steadily and eas- ¬ ily tolObonltoaSdGen Brooke is advancing slowly Confirmation of the News -- Spcc Aug 12 ial Bandits early this morning held up a passenger train on the Burlington road at Dug Hill Mo and got 8280 Brakcman Feichtcl was seriously wounded IN POLICE COURT St Joseph Mo ing Is Concerned The Rest Will Be Red Tape 4 OthenSpanish West Indian Islands aot including Cuba 2 The relinquishment of sover- ¬ eignty over Cuba The cession of an island in f iLndrones 4 Recognition that the United States shall temporally occupy the city and harbor of Manila until the final decision as to the disposition of the Philippines is reached 5 The appointment of a comtnis sion to determine the final disposi- ¬ tion of the Philippines 6 The constitution of a peace commission to arrange the future of the Philippines with the place and time of meeting 7 The suspension of hostilities 3 and Will Last Some Time Washington August 12Special The peace protocol is to be signed to day and then the peace commissioners will be appointed by the contending countries to meet in Paris where they will decide upon a treaty of peace But all of these details relate to the red tape procedure that usually accompa- ¬ nies momentous transactions between na- ¬ tions To all practical intents and purposes the war has ended and Secretary Alger has sent dispatches to the military commanders in the field and Assistant Secretary Allen has sent cablegrams to Admirals Sampson and Dewey informing them of the present status of peace negotiations Cessation of hostilities will now be granted and the business of winding up the greatest war of --recent years will be begun -- Judge Leaveil Grinds Out Justice to Various Offenders Tom 5 and Hopkins drunk Sent to the workhouse for 1 I costs 6 i days Henry Berry colored disorderly conduct 5 and costs Satisfied Ed Pendleton col trespass 26 days in the work house J C Crutchlield col disoidcrlji Mlj CONSUL RAMSDEN DEAD His Services DARK MORSE ¬ as British Consul Wins in the Ninth District Con vention Earned American Regard Given Exclusively Yesterday As announced by this corres- ¬ Washington AugSpecial pondent yesterday Cambon was invested with authority to sign the - 12 I ft Protocol and didsOthis morning thus bringing to an end the war that has lasted 113 days Orders to suspend hostilities willbe sent at once to all commanders in the field The end Ot hostilities finds Gen Miles troops resting at Coamo twenty miles from Ponce while his engineers have been repair ing bridges for an advance against the Spanish force concentrated at Aibonito a few miles away OnHhc military road X3en Haines is north of Guayama and will be halted in his advance to Gen Henry will be checked near cut off the Spaniards at Aibonito Arecibo and Gen Schwan will be halted in his march by anothervroute upon the same point The signing of the peace protocol will not stop the dispatch of troops to the Philippines Qver three thousand men will go next week and as many more will be shipped as soon as transports can be secured I Kingston Jamaica August 12 V Kamsdcn for Special Mr over 35 years British Consul at Santiago dc Cuba has just died in THia IIISPANO AMERIOAN AVAIL Monitor Purltau Bombarding Matanza United States this city in the 5Sth year of his aye wife three daughters to follow the formal signing of the He leaves a conduct 5 and costs Satisfied and four sons one of whom is Brit- ¬ Prank Galbreath co disorderly protocol Mr conduct 5 and costs Satisfied 8 The evacuation of Cuba to be ish Vice Consul at Manila Mollie Chiles disorderly conduct arranged by a commission of capit- ¬ Ramsdens services throughout the two cases 27 days in the work ulation war between America and Spain These disorderly cases grew out 9 The disposition of the Span and his kindness to all Americans of a general row last night on the ish warships now in blockaded Cu- ¬ corner of Clay and Second streets ban ports to be settled by the com- ¬ with whom he came into contact earned for him the consideration of Boy Boalcs col forj breach of mission of capitulation in the peace was given 9Gdays the American people 10 Raising the blockade against work house Picnic Party To day Cuba Quite a jolly party of young peo ¬ FREAK IN FRUIT 11 Certain fortified pointssuch as ple went out to Edwards Mill to ¬ Morro Castle and Fort Cabanas to Seckcl Pear Growing onTa Concord be occupied by the United States day to have a picnic in the woods troops at the discretion of the Pres ¬ Grape Vine in Hardin County ident t 12 Spanish soldiers remaining Elizabcthtown Ivy August 12 in Cuba until the end of the rainy Special Mr Jas H Moores season to perform police duty and grape arbor has developed a freak preserve order in shape of a pear of the Scckel 13 A special comniisnioncr to be f variety about the size- of a large appointed to co operate with Captainhickory nut It is grown from a -General Blanco in the direc- ¬ new sprout of the motherstalk of a ¬ Cynthiana Ky Aug 12 Spe- ¬ cial Mordecai Williams of Boyd county was nominated for Congress by the Democrats of the Ninth dis- ¬ trict yesterday The nomination was made on the eighty eighth bal- ¬ lot Waller Sharp withdrew from tlie race early m the allernojn and after several more ballots the final contest came between Williams and Kehoe Williams winning by a ote of 57 to 51 They Came Clear The Commonwealth vs John Ilan na col and others a breach of the peace case was called in Judge Canslers court this morning and resulted in an acquital S i liiiE - w Concord grape vine There is much speculation a to the cause Col Harry A Sommers advances the theory that the bloom of tho grape vino and that of a Seckel pear near s by germinated Another man who has had ex- ¬ tion of aiTairs 14 Thc Spanish Municipal ernments to be continued as done at Santiago mtll auch as the evacuation shall have completed Gov ¬ ml W X was time been y Wat H- - fl perience in the nurseny business advances the opinion that the growth came about by the roots of be ¬ the two ing grafted by naturesjitill anoth ¬ er D 0 naycraft says it is noth ¬ ing but an abnormal growth of the vine itself in the shape of a pear had a Porto brush with Spaniards Rico on the 10th and two wen were killed and fourteen wounded Gen Schwans command in 15FSpaniHh olli cUJlp vk- - be per mittedto collect revenues with the exception ui ingsc inipubuti ujun the importation of food iproducts 1G Arrangcmcntfpdo be made for ceding if not compensating such Spanish soldieis an shallTbc employed impolicy duty 17 Mines in the harbor of IJa vana to be removed by ihc Spanish authorities 18 All minor details regarding the evacuation of Cuba ami Pprto Rico will bo left to ihe commission of capitulation EtTv CQHaKWHUtX N JOHN A 1 HUM of the houm rf PMMiftnteMvi occupies a more Important position S rff time than thla Tnflnftgif irmi A the ohalrman of the house committee Mr w 5mTSwajn which state he haa been an Influ r rWJVM leader IIuU many year for 11 Ha V1 now 67 Voar of aire - atronir patrl u HHMlllA alid anJ n v in wi luiwwt meaeuxe lite oounuence orrreawem mo XT - firnt iryR5r wmi fwntr Jin bis oBiaet Vii X cci1bu 1 J wi uvmi Mr Geo Y iw hl Pembroke on ft 4fZ3Ltffi Ai Vi mi ashim imvsii The nratlllon Rovernmont mado no mlatako In nppolntlnc this clover an aitn- gulMhrd iplonwt Its inlnhtcr iJcnlpoteitlxry to Uo IToItort Btivtcs Dp Hral liaf wf but recently nrrlvcil at WaahlUKton from ltlon tho capttal ot lortuual ni nptlntmont U a itroiuotlon nlUtouch tlmpost at Malum Is a vory lllcct on for UritxIIUui illplomut O i most of the roynlU plbta ntalnat tho republic uro hatched In Poriuuij i jiiL v v Ijuxi t - ikj fl fe be OKAS 2atl ftentucfcian Delivered by carriers to all BASCBALL SPECIAL KKSTjrTS OP YPSTEKDAYS OAMK9 Chicago 3 Brooklif 2 Eyer Been To TUe 4 lubUhcd orcry ercnlng except Sunday by parts ot the cltr at A Great Hopkins Z 21 The Keixbuckiai 1 Year aNftAni X MEAOXAK 211 XmIh - lo OJBHTH pax vine 10 UBaClttPTIOK- KATES 85 Per Week Per Month m Advance Per Year in Advance Per 8 Months in Auvanok v 00 1 Baltimore 7 CleVlaifd 1 Washington 3 7 New York 0 400 - County Fair FOR ONLY V HOW THKY KTAND Modern flig J arm Sewing Ost Clubs Won 05 61- - PGd vO50 The gallows waits for GcOrge II The latcfit about Ilobson ia thai he and a Brooklyn girl arc writing Jacks now in Chicago jail He l was a robber while chief of police a novel together in Muskegon Mich a thief while Miss Jessie Parker a girl of 22 at the head of a private detective has been elected Mayor of Ken force a burglar and a highway ¬ drick Idaho1 man while deputy marshal a plun ¬ derer and a footpad when the citi The Fifth Illinois after embark ¬ zens of Muskegon were calling him ing for Porto Rico was headed off chief among good men of the city a and brought back ashore robbqr and a burglar and a foot- ¬ in Chicago while he posed as Only 2500 wheelmen are attend ¬ pad carpenter for four full ing the annual meeting at In- ¬ an honest years at last a murderer preparations when dianapolis for 25000 were made The Missouri Democrats follow- ¬ ing Gov Stones lead have declared The OhioCounty Fair Company for an expansion that takes in is cultivating the fair grounds in all Spanish territory in the West hay this year and will not give a Indies and such coaling stationsas fair It has been doing a losing may be needed in the Eastern business for several years Hemisphere They also deciarc for the construction of the Nica Gen Lawton has been placed in rauira canal by the United States command of the soldiers who will and stand firmly by the free coin- ¬ remain at Santiago and Gen Wood age demands of the Chicago plat- ¬ will continue to act is Military form It is a good platform from Governor of the city of Santiago end to end War news is now getting so scarce and thin in quality that the papers are devoting much space to telling what Gen This or Col That thinks about it The war will soon become a chestnut At the suggestion of the United Slates the Italian government has telegraphed Admiral Candini to give the Colombia government eight months in which to pay the Cerruti claim Cincinnati Boston 35 35 3 Special Train lieii1 HI the 1s Cleveland Baltimore New York-- Chicago Pittsburg Philadelphia Brooklyn Louisville Washington gt Louis 50 53 53 53 50 3 38 43 44 4 3f 36 32 48 57 01 035 Will run from HopkiiiBvillo to 021 583 Mnuisoiivillotoii each of tho four days of this groat occasion 552 551 532 473 370 WilU rovemea UUtt il AUG WS T 1898 The best Muchiue for th least inouoy vter kutahufAof r ured aintnln rt Mta tlfft njuiJiU wuinwju 371 24 25 26 Kolioys Crofton Ernpiro Mnuuitigton Nortonvillo 27 Liifht running noiaSmktw- - W V fL 20 00 70 355 293 SCIUSUULK FOR Td DAY v on following schedule Lv HopkiiiBvillo will syTSFfwML 10 Eyory Machino warranted years j V Louisville at Washington Pittsburp at Baltimore Cleveland at Boston Cincinnati at Brooklyn Chicago at New York St Louis at Philadelphia Hopkinsvllle Produce riarkct Gapi Barnosloy Mortons Earlibgton Ar Madison villo I Colsons Fourth Regiment has been ordered to move from Lexing ¬ ton to Jacksonville and report for duty under Gen Lee The idea is that they will be a parly of the army of occupation to be sent to Havana There have been ten deaths with- ¬ in sixty hours from typhoid fever at Ft McPherson Ga and 400 more cases are under treatment The 3000 troops remaining there arc being removed as rapidly as possi- ¬ ca street or elsewhere Cash prices piud by Hopkinsville 500 p m merchants dacou One Fare for Round Trip flams couutry 810c ShoulderB dJ5Jc Return Limit August 29 Sides 57c Lard 67c Ruto of one faro for round trip on A seaman of the Bancroft was each of above days hIbo made on shot by a Spanish rifleman on shore Country Produc- eregular trains botweou Guthrie Hon 1 and killed while off Cortis Bay Butter dorson and Providence to MadiBon A one pounder Cuba August 2 ville returned the lire of the sharpNow feathers 2528e Tho Great Hopkins County Fair is shooters The man killed Was a Beeswax 1821c recognized as tho one fair of Greek named Kourlouris A day Tallow 2o Western Kentucky and groit gather tho two later the Maple had a sim- ¬ Q iueoug por lb or 2225 iug of 1898 promiBoa to bo tho grand ilar exchange of shots with Span- ¬ Honoy oat in tho history of tho Association iards who tried to resist the cap- ¬ Tub washed wool 2Go The Bpocial train above mentioned ture of a small schooner the Car Greaed 1318o ouables people between HopkiiiBvillo mita in the same port Poultry and Madisonvillo to spend a day at Y chickens live per dozI 50180 tins groat fair and arrivo According to the Messenger the homo at a Roosters 2c convenient hour in tho evening curfew law is a dead letter in Owensboro It says aniiu Wednesday August The curfew law remains unre- ¬ Clovor por bushel pealed in Owensboro but there is irSci Corn no record of any arrest under it Free admission to Fair to a Gihj Wheat Nevertheless scores of children of school age and to HOo children Corn sholled unattended are out every night un- ¬ til 10 or 11 oclock in attendance at Livestock i all old people 70 and over the free minstrel show on Frederi Ruturuiug loaves Mndisouvilllo 780 a in 745 750 802 807 817 825 880 885 855 a m A 50 Machino for for and freight prepaid 21i fe s 7 CaBh must accompany al L ordora SlKCllIOATIONS Tho Head Ts flvo and one half inclici high and oight and one half inches long insluo measurement This Is as high ns any family maohino made and must not be confounded with tho medium or so called high arm ma ohlnca Tho bend plato sets Intoor level with the table The Needle Is stralghtisolf aotlng flat on me sldo and cannot bo sutwrong uci Tho Shuttle Is open on the end cylinder diopo and qbsolutoly self threading The Bearings Aro all steel well fitted and dlustablc Self Unending The machine Is self thread log and no hole to put tho thread throjgh except tho oyo of tho nccdlo Tho Feed Is positive in action and has no wrings togetout ofordor Automatic Bobbin Windor Will wind tho oobbln as smooth as on a spool of thread ThoStltoh Is double look stltuh Tho samo on both sides nnu will Hot ravel Can bo lengthened orshoncnod iiom eight to thirty stitches to the inch TlieTfillHlon Ih n lnt nnrlnrr tnnalnn nml n1 Justablo to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nloklo plated and has a looso wheel attached to operate bobbin winder Without running maohlno The Movement Is tho celebrated eccontrlo movemonts positive In action undfowor work ¬ ing parts than any machine on the market Uho Stand Has laigo balance wheel hangs fin two adjustable editors The treadle is larxe and hangs in cone contoisandull lost motion can be takon up nUers under ooh end and can bo easily moved A nice dress guard over 2l5c ¬ 78c oelto kcopldrcaaf rom Kettinglon wheel ttftolinents Aro tho fmnouH Johnsons let In a tin box and consists of tucker rufter faurhemmcrs binder quilter foothemmr and feller undor braider and sheerer ell n and oil two ereAV drivers six bobbins paper of needles thumb screw guago and book of directions Tho Furniture Is well mado highly pol ¬ ished and elegant in appearance All these machines will be sent out with oak furniture unless walnut Is specified Kach machine has a lock to tho drawers and cover nlco nickel plato drop rings to all drawers All machines aro well packed add orated ilKAD OUR GUARANTEE Thi New Mathows Machine is warranted 10 years from date of purchase and thirty days trial of it If pcrfcot and entire satisfaction isnoigivcntnemaciunemay bo rcsnipped to io us at our expense ana uw money piu will bo refunded promptly Under this guarantee you run no risk what- ¬ ever in purchasing tho Now Mathows Maohiua You have thirty days trial of it in your own home and it for any reason you should wish- tn rrttnrn fchn mflnlilnn Ifc maw on alif tknoit tn ua at our cxpenso and the money will be All communications regarding the New Mathews Machine should be addressed to v ff - Vi CHAS M MEACHAM Hopkinsville Ky Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine This machine is manufactured with tho vioW of supplying a long felt vaut to wit A Modorur High arm first class Sewing Machine with all lab improvements aud of lirat oliisi material und good workmauHhipMncluding iM lin lnf lnUt Alt iu midrib ttkiuiiHjui m m ii roaBonauie price a oooh 01 liistruc tioiiB nccomnauioB ovorv maclnue In makiuer vour remittance wo nrofar noHtofllco mnnnv nnlor totter oxre8i money ordes or Now York Exchange Individual checks unl iubb cuiuuua iu win not oo received I J8 24 flogB After a long deadlock Hon C E Snodgrass has been nominated to M succeed Hon Benton McMillin in 100425 Congress from the Fourth district Hides nut Furs of Tennessee Mr McMillin is the ble Qieou hides Democratic nominee for Governor 67c Qreon huI tod Iiitlos 74c are now three avowed and Snodgrass is a young lawyer thirty There Dryfliut 1012c for live years old more or less active candidates Watermelons for the Democratic nomination CLIPPED AND COMPILED Florida Governor and the convention is 2r3rc still ten months off Several others Vegetables is now as- ¬ The Henderson Fair are in the being mentioned list sured Now potatoos por bushol 7fic Those already out are Hardin Cabbage por head 3Ho is one case of typhoid fever There Stone and Goebel in the Glasgow jail Flour Retail ¬ Henderson has organized a Busi Patent per bbl 125 The bankrupt law is not likely to Standard por bbl 3 7fi become popular One man who ness Mens Association took it in Louisville compromised Paris free street fair will be Hay 6000 in debts with a 25 suit of be held Wednesday and Thursday Clovor por cwt 515c clothes The creditors arc not R J Barber Night Chief of Good Timothy 70c likely to think well of a law that Police of Paducah has resigned Bran retail 12Je authorizes a transaction like that He gave no reason TomatooB-runder official supervision Herbert Simons got caught in a Fancy por doz 20c corn shelling machine at Madison Choice per doz lOo The publisher of the Kicntuckian ville and was killed fully appreciates the friendly mo- ¬ Henry Wood was crushed to tives and values highly the good death by a falling roof in Goffs ILLTNOI8 CENTKALltEc opinion of many patrons who are coal mine near Owensboro TO urging him to continue the publi- ¬ Frank KaeirscheimcV of George- ¬ cation of the daily but we have decided- to quit at least for the pres- ¬ town was remarried to his wife ent The last issue of the war from whom he was divorced four years ago VIA daily will appear to morrow Sheep Cattlo Calves Lambs 300825 250800 250350 S325 im WS iMm m TNO B ATKINSON Director in Chief O O GIVENS President H H HOLEMAN Secretary flPJfc ihiwwh IMZEmftTZSBMXEimBEM3 RELIABILITY Is n quality houio nowspapprfl linvo lost sight of in thoso days of Yollow Tournolism Thoy caro littlo for tho truth aud n great tloal for tomporary sensation It is not with THE DISPATCH Tho succobs of THE DISPATCH rests upon its reliability It prints thonowB all of the news aud tollB tho truth about it ICHARDS l r OONTRAOTOBS AND DEALERS IN ITS WABNBWS SERVICE Can not bo excelled It is gathered by forty two war correspoudonts aud oight fast dispatch boats at tho soat of war and a salaried correspondent in ovory important city in tho world Tho most critical period of the war will bo during poaco nogotiationB Got tho paper thai tolls tho truth Our Motto If you see it in THE DISPATCH its so and if its so it is always iu THE DISPATCH THE DISPATCH nows service is now furniBhod by tho Now York Sun Tho Chicago Inter Ocean The North orn Press Association Tho Leslie Syndicate and a Btaff of correspond outa iu Kentucky Tennessee and In diana secoud to nono on n Southern nowspaper We club with The Weokly Louisville Dispatch both papers ono yeai for tho low sum of 200 ¬ ir I Building Materials Of All Kinds -Li - UMBER LIME AND CEMENT I CALIFORNIA ORLEANS Through Tourist r Mm Santiago correspondent says of the soldiers returned to Spain The embarkation of the sick Span- ¬ iards on the Alicante was a most pitiful sight They were brought from the hospitals on stretchers in wagon and upon the backs of their comrapes often sctocely stronger than the sick men they bore The docks were lined with officers and soldiers who supported or carried their wives and daughters The American wagons and ambulances brought cartloads of miserable colorless skeletons It wasaheart- rending spectacle A v i J Mordccai WillianiB the Democratic nominee for Congress in the Ninth district is a lumber mer- ¬ chant of Boyd county nu has been an active political worker for a quarter of a century Sla is a white haired man about sixty years old and of fine uppcarance Ife has some means and many warm personal friends all over the district Two yearn ago he was defeated for the congressional nom- ¬ ination by Mr W Larue Thomas of Mtixon county who waH defeated In the election by Mr Sam J Pligh the Republican nomint 4 7m u I U4 Willi our 17 Hon The Paris Board of Education NEW elected R C Talbolt to fill- - the va- ¬ In connection with tho Southern laclilo cancy caused by the death of Dr Joseph Fithian Weekly A petition has been filed in the Sleeping Oar Adair County Court asking the judge to order an election on the Leaving Clnclnimtl nntl LoulsTlllonn I 0 It It fastNov Orleans Llmitciltrnm whisky question EVERY THURSDAY a horse belonirinir lo Mat P City Engineer R P ONeill of or Lob AukcIph and Son Franolsco without llio Limited ulso conncotH at Lexington won a race at Haw- ¬ ohaiiKfi dally with KxprcHa Train for tho New¬ Orleans laclilo Coast and on TucMlays and Saturdays thorne at odds of 50 to 1 after Januury Ilb08j with tho Gip T Berry a Ilpnderson mer- ¬ SunsfctLimited Annex Nash- ¬ chant sued the Louisville ville Railroad Company for 10000 of tho Southern Iaolllo BlvhiRsnccial through service to San 1ranolsco Iartloulnrs of AuentH for an injury lo his leg of tho I OK It and connecting lines Sherman Collier the Fourth regi- ¬ R a Hatch Dlv Pbhh Agent Olnelnnatl ment Boldier- who cut Will ONeill Jno A Scott Dlv lass Aguntjimihl8 at Lexington July 4 was dismissed AHIIausonUlA WKellondTAO1 A Ohloago LouUvlllo at his examining trial The Republican convention to nominate a candidate for Congress in the Eighth district will be held at Danville August 30 A Madison county cat last week gavcljirtli to fiive kittens our of rn with avkncr norm them being joined to gelher with a j Best i Hotel Iu the Wm1 ligament like that which united the H VU 1ikkCauiUHIi Muuags r Siamese twins H The lexington lodge of Knights of Pythias will pay the fares of all of ita members who attend the na tional Indianapolis Autfut2 T - Give ns a call when yon need anything in our line An Old Adage Reads DAGG RICHARDS HOPKINSVILLE KY tho South Tho Louisvillo Dispntch is tho peoples paper owuod by tho SAM BOYD HP TORNEY peopio aim ioau oy tno peopio Tho Louisville Dispatch is tho ouly Dem ocratic paper published iu Louisville It stauds pquarely on tho Chicago platform If is not only in ullduriah ing condition nftor eighteen months battling against adverse ciroutn 6lauces but is to day tho tfost Nows medium iu tho South Aud its motto if you see it iu tho Dispatch its so if its so it is always in tho Dispatch has been fully verified during tho Amorjcuu Spanish War duringwhich tho superiority of its nows Bervico lfas BOYD TURNEY Proprietors boon daily apparont t Tho Dispatch news sorvico is fur nisliijdtby tho Now York Sun tho This famous hoaltli and ploasuro resort tho oldofitjhWostorn Kontucky Chicago inter Ocean tho Northern is inning on thoOhio vaiuioy uraucn of Prowl Association and tho Leslie Syn tho IllinPontral railroad hfi dicate which aii activo salaried cor miles from UopIuiiHvillo and H miea yi from Prim 3m respondent in every important city u tho world bosidos its own stuff of over U00 correspondents in IContuclcy TeunoHseo and Indiana Got Tho Dispatch ltgiveB tho uowh and it ions uie iruiu nuoui it ¬ There is n plnco for ovorv thiuc Now for ovorythiiifir to be in Us plnco tho Louisville Dispatch should bo in tho hono of every Democrat in m CERULEAN SPRING Si mmWm TRIGG COUNTY f ¬ 4 tho next fuw weeks wo will club will Mtinvweaiy Liisnaicu hi lite oxtremu The Dipitchis Kontuoltysgrealost paper You ahpuld ho a roadijr lior iviuw nriiw acuu ti w m- otl now o A tiU fit V Sulphur nd neuueuu u OmymALtnwt mm WSb coommotfatykii Unaurpniiid ulIWJWjWw Six trains daily for the swwm H- - vriv tPd f wm ljripjRoe Rni - - r- - M Ai V OjitliCrftrtnfitWiSi 3 il hnl y i7hAHftWvw I VrT Tlti ThTET r rJUtjLUA tm n -- 5v Jlk p W wfrww MMW V HT7 fW1 tfrf i TftWSF m illQHT VOLUNTEERS Toluntoors on an errand of dcathl t mnnl WKo sDcaks7 jBlfht ma to go whero tho cannons not ck tho checks to nun tho old Mcrrlmaos hiillt vPSHBHH to sink tho old ateamorUUlack he channel whore Spanish ships i-kmuni Who speaks J V frj 3 bi 9o lunteersl1 said tho admirals il v JfcfrHt men I Who speaks black Will sail unuer ui aiorroo Bur K A crass IWmr to march to this miislc of strife mo for arum nna torpedo for flfo jaonl Who speaks to wlWflS to offor his Ufo7 death he seeks t voluntocrsl on an errand of dcathl ivht men I Who sneaks Was thre a man who In fear held his paled cheoks With From rrry warship ascended a cheerl remtvry sailors lips burst the word brttth llBrol fr a our thousand heroes their lives volun teer ITlJknilne f - iiiiV Li HoIIpv 5-- -l v In TTMpn Ohqorvnr v v IS TOEQES TRICK DOG W A CUIITIS i fWhat a symphony in yellow ex claimed Mr Morris as ho and- his young son 6wept around a curve of the road clinging to tho mountain side I must have a sjinp shot at them I wish I wero a painter instead of a pho- ¬ tographer to get the colors and he alghtcd from his bicyelo and began to parley with Torge Halvorsen to get him and his dog to pose before tho canwra Torco ITalvorscns hair was nalo old golden brown freckles studded lis fair face Tho original color of the coat ho wore one made over from a paternal garment worn an unknown number ox seasons could not bo con jectured but now it was of a full yel- ¬ low closoly matching his hair Ilia onco brown overalls struck a louder noto in tho yellow hue to which they had faded and the hide of the littlo dog at hb sido wa9 still brighter yel- ¬ low scarcely to be told from the gar- lands of yellow daisies entwined about its body In the immediato iore ground was tho buff herbage of early fall full of tho last flowers of the year yellow yeliow all Back of the pair ros o tho maple covered mountain side bright in the gold that follows tho first frosts of the central west whero maples shimmer softly in gen- ¬ tle golds and never flame in scarlets and crimsons Thais a homely dog you have lucre said Ralph Morris full of the ¬ B 2aJog f k popular prejudice against theyaller a prejudice fed by unnumbered any canine graces of appearance and disposition can be circumscribed by a yellow hide Hos a good dog anyway replied Torgo Halvorsen and I think ho is pretty Hes smart too I bet you hero aint a smarter little dog in this country Lets soe him perform said Ealph loftily All right said Torge Ready Tiggum and instantly Tiggum as- ¬ sumed an air of alert attention and then proceeded to go through a series operfornianceS which Ralph was compelled to acknowledge ho had never seen equaled Tiggum stood onhis hind legs he dancedhe leaped over his masters arm and then back again lie lay still and snored in counterfeited sleep ho lay still in counter- ¬ feited death and at the word came joyfully to life and chased his tail He carrieda piece of paper to the fence and returned with another piece pre- ¬ viously placed there showing how he could bodepondedupontocarry letters to tho post office post them and re- ¬ turn with tho mail Ho ran after sticks tbatyrero thrown Sticks were thrown and ho sat quivering await ¬ ing permission to go after them IIo caught stidks as they were tossed to Mm and again being tolcl not to catch them sat in pretended indifference Whilo they vero thrown within easy reach of hie jaws Hes a wonderful dog indoed said Mr Morris a the exhibition was concluded bj Tiggum being told that thcro was npthing more to bo dono thereupon ho raced and tore in circles and ellipses and other geometrical figures for tho spaco of some threo ¬ 35 3 minutes Wi 5S bis father whispered Ralph Til give ou ton dollars for that dpg sell him for that Will Mr Morrfe Can I buy a nice suit of clothesf or Vl wish youwould buy him for me to yi v - WWU yes you could tsaiuTorke tho opening of the first dog show ever given in the city of Tavchobcra Ralph had had this in mind when ho asked his father to buy Tiggum for though ho did not expect flic yellow log to win a prize for bcauiy or pedi- ¬ gree ho did believe that tho littlo fel ¬ low would carry off tho ton dollars to be awarded to tho most highly edu cated dog Tho ten dollars would al- ¬ most repay the cost of tho dog and ho would be possessed of tho imlimited glory of being the owner of so remark- ¬ able a beast and this ho esteemed far beyond tho mere worldly considera- ¬ tions of the ton dollars Whether Tiggum was homesick or not during tho two days of tho dog show Ralph could not toll for ho was kept in his box in tho exhibition build ingand was no worse off than tho other dogs haled from their homes to bo seen of curious eyes The contest of educated dogs was to be tho wind up of tho show and a goodly crowd as ¬ sembled to witness it From his place on the bench with the owners of con- ¬ testing dogs with ever increasing joy Ralph watched dog after dog go through his paces for no ouo of them began to equal what he knew Tiggum could do Tiggum tho last on the programme would surely outstrip them all A laugh of derision arose as Ralph and tho sad looking littlo yellow dog stepped into tho arena but imme- ¬ diately ceased when tho command Tiggum attention was given Ralph held out bis arm and Tiggum was over it and back again like a yel- ¬ low flash Ralph whistled a waltz and Tiggum slowly revolved to its measures and a storm of applause hurst forth We will win the prize eh Tig ¬ said Ralph and he bade him gum lie down and pretend to sleep but Tiggum did nothing except to look up most anxiously Ralph repeated the command and still Tiggum did not no bade him pretend to be move dead ho ordered him to get tho mail and though the little follow was all earnest attention and quivering with eagerness and anxiety still he did not obey Some one shouted that Ralphs lime was up and a titter commenced and grew into a general laugh Ralph was only a little boy and tears began to gather in his eyes Tiggum would not take the prize andinow the crowd was laughing at him the master but what was the matter Avith Tiggum for there he was wildly running in cir- ¬ cles and ellipyes and it was at Tig- ¬ gum that the crowd was laughing Tiggum anda yellow haired aw kward boy in a now suit of clothes audi u big bundleunderhis arm who had pushed his way into the arena IIo was ad- ¬ dressing the assemblage and Ralph held his breath Ladies and gentlemen Tiggum was my dog once He was a Norsk like me He dont speak English with good grammar lie dont understand what that boy says Now give me a chance Tiggum lay down once Dont do nothing at all nohow but be asleep and there was Tiggum curled up and snoring Tiggum you wasnt alive any more yet lay down dead and there was Tiggum in simulatted death Tiggum you take this letter to the post office to Mr Gunderson and fetch a letter back and away went Tig- ¬ gum in the capacity of a mail carrier and finished tho perforanco by again darting wildly around with ears back head up and tail down describing geometrical figures while the crowd cheered I hardly believed said Mr Mor- ¬ ris that Tiggum failed to obey be- ¬ cause ho is particularly ungramimiti cal Torge used a certain form of words the meaning of which Tiggum had learned to understand Ralph expressed tho same meaning but he didnt use the words familiar to Tig- ¬ gum so the dog didnt respond any more than the door of the cavoin Ali Bttba and tho Forty Thieves when addressed by the words open wheat iustead of open sesame Mr Morris said Torge anxious- ¬ ly I wish I had Tiggum back I want him and ho wants me I spent en dol ¬ lars buying the suit of clothes before I knew how I felt I wish you would take the clothes and the other two dol- ¬ lars and lot me have the doggie again The prize for the most highly edu- ¬ cated dog is awarded to Ralph Morris owner oi Tiggum shouted the man ¬ ager of tho show from the arena Thcro said Ralph you take the dog and keep tho clothes and givo us tho two dollars I 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das 11 bu URTOIthS now ftmu LZRHim vV llpJ vm hajiifinibcr of tourist who crossed principal Alptoo passes in nu last year was oup uu l l iri oin uyui- 11 w jiivwuiMB A oov - Fire roQWrcl0UHC con RU3sELLViriiK and n n hts lib - PublisherKY J - IrtopkinsYillc bmlAdYtgtf ouOMNriimentpt All Tobacco rSS- -- Ky nt u Ooyerd by IuiarauM 2VTI2 HQPK1NSV1LLE HwrN ff SSir HE UEt T- in lit - Ill r 111 m --V l liL lWrl 6 p - - GA- - jPr m i MI 9KSS59c r i DEEDS LODGED FOR RECORD THE AX WILL FAIL CHILDRENS PARTY The Little Foulks Were Enter- - PERSONAL Q0S5IP Mr W It Vauglian is in the city lo dsiy of Howcjl THE GREAT Two Small Real Estate Deals In Out of Town Districts talned Last Night t r Heads Will Drop Like Those of The children enjoyed a merry sold to Mrs Martha Long etiickcris in Conference Time party at Councilman J kD Rout Oualls and Vifcnon Camp- Wares last evening gien by I 1111 strict n small house and lot his little daughters It was attend for 25 cash s The Col lector to Remove Democrats edby fifty Or more of the boys and Jos I3ealcy ami wife have sold girls in that part of the city and acrcH of land at to A C Dorrisl to Make Room For the was a very pleasant affair the consideration beintf W 1 Lafayette 750 D IT Republicans i thwaite Clark Tandy Victor Arm- riwfni Trnnlfs has trot out his istchd Gill Edwards Fahiciirh on Tradewater river the considera ¬ la aimrnnnimr it uo for use Ivellv Ilinrh Wood Ben Winfrec n tion being 1000 cash nnvf fiw wccIcr There will Jim Forbes Chas McPherson Jim w 111 tin IIIV be a basket full and overflowing of Bramham Robert Fairleigh Fair TO MARRY TOO BASHFUL thn bonds that will fall as a result leiirh Ware Horace Ilcrndon Bet- tic Herndon Sallie George Blakcy ¬ of hiB use of it Girl Who Caused Her Lovers Sutwenty five Democratic Jean McKee Jean Goldthwaite About icide Cuts Her Own Throat store keepers gaugcrs and store- - Kathleen M Elgin Inez Tibbs kecper gaugers will be decapitated Bettie Ware May Nash Joy Hern- ¬ Susie Havens of Columbia Mo and their places filled by Republi- - don Cora Mary Goldthwaite with a butcher knife cans 1 acre is to uc no viuiuuunui Hord Annie Buffalo Eslelle Bas cut her throat it the home of her father a fanner the civil service law in all this selt Mary Jones Madge Terry Mabel near that place and the attending That is there is to be no violation Mary Jessie Browncll physicians say that she cannot live of the letter of the law but as tothe Brown Louisville Lucy JJolman She is the young girl who because spirit of it that is another story Adairville Daisy Cavin Owens- ¬ extreme bashfulness several of her When the distilleries close down boro Bertha Thompson Louisville Washington times refused to marry C L Fait every year a numocr or men arc Mary Southcrland Miss a young farmer living near her left out in the assignment and get Mamie Edwards Elkton On their wedding day July no more work until they open again Davidson Lafayette Lee Cosby home 5 she flatly refused to allow the Last year about this time the co- ¬ Evansvile ceremony to proceed after the guests llector represented to the commis Refreshments were served dur- ¬ and Fait went home sioner of internal revenue that there ing the evening were present and killed himself by swallowing were more men than were neces morphine sary to do the work and all over SHOOTING MATCH the surplus required by the law JOHN HILL DEAD were laid off When the distiller- ¬ The Sports of Kennedy Making a ies started up again more men were Day of It A Weil Known Farmer of the Some were taken out ol needed Sinking Fork Vicinity the eligible list of the civil service Kennedy Ky Aug 12 Special examination and others were taken There will be a big shooting John Hill a well known citizen of in under the provision of the law to day the Sinking Fork neighborhood which allows the reinstatement of match at Ringgold Tcnn died yesterday of typhoid fever old soldiers who have had previous which will be attended by the Last He was 64 years old and leaves a service without examination of South Christian and He had year exhausted this list and now sportsmen family of six children Clay pigeons His recourse will be had tothe civil North Montgomery been six for about two weeks ¬ ample supply There are about will be used and an funeral services were held this af service list ternoon and the burial will take twenty five Republicans on it this of good eating will be provided at the Hill burying ground three year and all of these will be given The best shots will secure some miles west of Gracey places when the distilleries start up valuable prizes to be made up by This will ex- ¬ again in the fall taking part WILL WED SUNDAY haust the list of Democrats and will those make the revenue office as thorough ¬ LEAGUE FORMED Young Couple in the Bluff ly Republican as it would have been under the spoils system Springs District Mr Franks will not give out any The Wheelmen of the City Form information on this subject but it is an Organization Mr A L Pepper and Miss Min- ¬ straight and the machinery is al- ¬ nie P Van I looser will be married When the order moving The second bicycle club meeting near HlulT Springs next Sunday ready Washington mak was held last night and the forma- ¬ comes from by Esq II C Helsley They are removals the parties them ¬ tion of a local league was complet- ¬ prominent young people intheKirk ing the selves will be notified of the fact ed About 30 members enrolled mansville neighborhood but it will not be given to the pub- their names and officers were elect- ¬ lic except by the individuals who ed as follows Uncle Sams Warships are fired Owensboro Messenger President C O Prowse Those who no to Old Point An Vice President Mr Zephyr gust lOtli will be offered an oppor TO DAYS MARKET REPORT Secretary AVharton Crabb tunity to see the battleship Ken ¬ Hon ICuwllun lliuikur Treasurer Harry Keach tucky and other vessels of the Uorrrrtmt Dully liy lIuiiklnHvlllo Ky unit ISrolior Track Manager E M Moss navy as well as the navy yard at The League will lease Mercers Portsmouth which is a most inter- UlilniRO AliirUnt track and litit up at once for riding esting and instructive place espe Opg Iligt Closing purposes cially so at this time as everyone 71 is interested in this particular part Cash Wheat REAL ESTATE DEAL 674 67tf work andseems Sept Wheat ff of Uncle Sams 64 05 64 anxious to know more about naval Dec Wheat 32 tf 328 324 Sept Corn Fine South Christian Farm construction You cannot afford to 32 33 32 Dec Corn Changes Hands miss this trip 20 20 20 Sept Oats 9 05 9 25 Sept Pork 9 25 Real Estate Deals Mr Jas M Clardy of Bells has 5 30 5 40 5 40 Green Thompson sold tot McRae Sept Lard bought of Mr E C Radford a tract 5 17 5 37 5 37 of land near Howell cosisting of 186 Bros on last Saturday morning his Sept Ribs 6G calls 08 a consideration of more Sept wheat puts farm for acres at 40 an acre This farm is Now Yorlc Stocks iuh Cotton one of than 6000 The farm was one of the most fertile in that part Opg Iligt Closing of the country and is well improved the best in the Casky neighborhood 30 1 30tf 31tf and contains according to the best Am Tob Mr Clardy got the land at a bar- ¬ 00 01 information obtainable about 2 10 Chicago Gas 1 01 gain as the best land in that part 14 14 O 1 14 C B of the country rarely bring less acres 55 N 56i 55tf Mr Thompson will move to our L than S50 an acre 03 1 05 town at an early date he having Manhattan 1 05 1 39tf 1 38 3Stf BAMBERGERS DUTCH LUNCH purchased the property belonging Sugar 27 28 27 U Iron Coal to J M Rose on Duffy street UhlciiKO KecolptH Tw iluy Good Music Good Gating and Pembroke Review 15000 Hogs Much Dancing Will Go On the Stage Glover and wife have sold to George Fuller 102acres of land TJioso present were Terry Faulkner Chaa Gold- - Miss Lucy Jjfolmnu of Adairville is visiting Miss Madge Terry Mr Mike Griffin left for Sebree this morning to be gone several days of Miss Gnrnett Richardson Paducah is visiting heY aunt Mrs Cortex Lcavell Mr and Mrs W R Howell went to Gracey to day lo visit Mr Nick I J Day Wonder Sale - - BEGINS - V r ni -- r Sallccs family Mr F II Rcnshaw and wife have returned from a few days visit to relatives near Sinking Fork Mr and Mrs Bud Rcnshaw of the Sinking Fork neighborhood is spending to day in the city Miss Carrie Lcavell who hay been on a short visit to relatives in Paducah returned home Thursday Miss Zenobia Blades who has been visiting her uncle Mr R C Wade at Trenton Tenn will re turn home to night Mrs Sarah Williams Mrs Elna Price and Dr L Bennett of Rus scllvillc are the guests of Mr J S Saturday Morning ir ¬ McCarleys family Mr W R Wicks went down to Cerulean last night to attend the dance there lie returned this morning Mrs C S Chambers of Charles ton 111 who has been visiting Mr R F Wests family returned home this mornirg Mr R N Russell of San Fran- ¬ cisco Cal brother to Mr J D Russell who has been visiting rela tives here left for his home this morning Misses Irva Glidewell and Aione Grissom both of Nashville Tcnn are visiting the family of MrW W Lacy i Mrs Sawyer of Slaughtersville with her family of three daughters and one son has moved to this city to live They will occupy the Ellis T at ftfc 9 Oclock loneI frt ESC v i 3 31 T s- Same Sail -- E i house on Campbell street Miss Lillian Gary returned from Woodburn this morning accompan- ¬ ied by hercousinMissLucyGrubbs M ¬ ¬ I I I I Mrs Lillie McGoodwin Campbell of Chicago lias decided to go on the stage and will appear the coming season in various operatic roles Mrs Campbell is a sister ot Mrs T A Pedley of Owensboro and Mrs Grace Brown of Princeton and is well known here llMtliuiittxl ltucvlptii To morrow Wheat Corn Oats Hogs a Hogs To day Hogs To morrow Cars Cars Cars 13000 Head 105 530 350 15000 13000 105 Light Mixed Adjudged a Lunatic of Aliens Rough Mrs Dr K L Boyd was brought into the Heavy ville Ky county 407 380 415 Total Uleiiriwico I ident yesterday appointed Judge J M llobson father of Lieut Hobson W A Hisslsslppl Lynching Margaret Kugler infant daugh of the Merrimac fame postmaster ter of Mr J II Kugler is quite ill at Greensboro Ala Mr llobson Corinth Miss Aug 12 Mullock Walker a negro charged with at Cerulean Springs with pneu ¬ is a Democrat and the nomination A Sargent went was made at the earnest request of sandbagging was lynched here yes ¬ Dr monia fever his Republican follow townsmen as terday by a mob and his body left down yesterday to see her swinging from a telegraph pole on a mark of good feeling Remember the Tlaine Filmore street in the central part Place to get your fine Merchant For Rent of the city Tailoring is lv Fowright Pants Two story brick residence on made for S3 5 7 and SuitM West 7th trct Atmlv to Mrs Fannie Lauder of GruqeY 1520 West 7th street opposite OHK YQUKO in the city to day Sick office thin morning of her husband and tried Wheat and Flour Exp 292000 bus in charge for lunacy She was adjudged in ¬ Hobsons Father Honored sane by a jury and taken to the Washington Aug 12 The Pres ¬ Asylum as a pay patient Judges at Cerulean Orndorff of Russellville Mrs M C Forbes and children Miss Johnnie Forbes and Mrs J C Givens of Providcnca Ky have returned from Mont Eagle Tenn Miss Carrie Lcavell of Hopkins kinsvillc who has been visiting Mrs W N Robins for several weeks leaves to morrow for her home accompanied by Miss Gar nett Richardson who will visit in llopkinsville for several weeks Miss Lcavell is a charming and ac- ¬ complished young lady and the many friends she has made while here regret exceedingly her leav- ¬ ing Paducah News Quite a gathering of young peo- ¬ ple gave Miss Mattie Belle Ed- ¬ monson a pleasant surprise at the home of her sister Mrs Frank Trice of this place last Thursday evening Refreshments were served and the young folks engaged in games until a late hour when the crowd after thanking the host and hostess for the kindness retired to their respective homes Pembroke Review Miss Julia Reed of Hopkinsville accompanied by her little niece Miss Alberta Hopson is visiting her sister Mrs EF Blakely Mrs Ann Brasher and daughter who Miss Lillian of llopkinsville have been visiting Mrs Green Han- ¬ cock and family went to Earling tonyesterday to visit Mrs Louis for a few days after which she Mr W L Bambergers Dutch Rice will return home Madisonville Lunch at Moayons Hall was at ¬ tended by about 40 invited guests Hustler v who participated in the novel and Tired of flatrlmony pleasant features The dancing Annie Rogers vs Rivers Rogers and other festivities continued until is the styleof a divorce suit filed in about one oclock this morning the Circuit Clerks office Charged With Larceny Partheina Sargent vs Wm Sar ¬ gent col is the title of auother Paducah Ky Aug 12 John Day a young jeweler formerly of filed to day Jackson Tcnn was arrested on a telcgrajn frpm the Marshal of Jack- ¬ for grand larceny son Tenn The young man has lived here for Remember the name six months and bears a good rcpu- tatiom v - IN ni jrnwc Tan Shoes WEEK IV Mens FOR THIS Willow calf Vici hand sewed 500 shoes for - - 399 kid all silk top hand sewed 500 shoes for 399 hand sewed 400 shoes for 299 Vici kid silk vesting top Vici kid kid top hand sewed 400 shoes for Vici kid silk vest 350 tophand sewed 350 shoes for 299 350 shoes for - Vici kid kid top hand sewed - 299 Broken Lots of Tan Shoes at 150 2 and 250 Till yrt ii N AR m BARGAINS FOR MEN I PETREE imi gp CO Mi when you buy again 4AWi W G WiiGKLin J W H Faxon -- jlBattjeAgfc Wheeler Uillf Co Tobacco Warehousemen Conmiariryifchant8 Qmin Dealeri bts BH iVH UIUVS t -- I -- j fc t t irr j WiUtmiw u1 -- - titkttf r hi t m -- im A - - - P j - vt M if i PLUGW Fire Proof WrUo4lJ wMtos6elvjlle and r r loMciMYillc s Ky 10mA Utmem 0tJpuaati ijroWi tm QmmA bjr A4 a