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Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898): August 13, 1898 Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 dai1898081301_sn86069396 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898): August 13, 1898 Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1898) Chas. M. Meacham Hopkinsville, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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GREAT DATES v The War DURING THE 113 DAYS OF WAR fab Ended Officially By a Peace thejlecline Events among the wheelmen at -Indianapolis j thej developments in TSmtiher Hoei A Proclamation From the President Washington August 13 Special The naval forces Nowj therefore I William McKinley President this afternoon issued the following President of the United States do in accord- Â¬ jjk proclamation By the President of the IJnited States of ance with the stipulations of the protocol de- Â¬ clare and proclaim on the part of the United America A Proclamation States a of Whereas By a protocol concluded and command suspension be hostilities and do immediately given that orders signed August 12 1898 by William R Day through the proper channels to the comman- Â¬ Secretary of State of the United States and ders ofHhe military and naval forces of ithe his Excellency Jules Oambon Ambassador United States to abstain from all acts incon- Â¬ Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Re- Â¬ sistent with this proclamation In witness whereof I have hereunto set public of France at Washington respectively representing for this purpose the Govern- Â¬ my hand and caused the seal of the United ment of the IJnited States and the Govern- Â¬ States to be affixed Done in the Oity of Washington this ment of Spainthe United States and Spain day of August in the year of our Lord 12th one have formally agreed upon the terms upon thousand eight hundred and ninety eight which negotiations for the establishment of anci 0f the independence of the United States peace between the countries shall be under- - the one hundred and twenty third Mckinley taken and william Whereas 1ft is in said rrotocol agreed By the President WILLIAM R DAY Sec- that i mon its conclusion and signature hostil- - retarylof State A qppy of the proclamation has been ca ities between the two countries shall be sus pended and that notice to Jhat effect shall bled to our army and navy commanders be given as soon as possible by each Govern- - Spain will cable her commanders like menttcrthe commanders of its military and instructions j J S scandal Onrdeath from yelloy fever at Franklin La APRIL 21 Gunboat Nashville Fires First Shot Scarcity of wheat was noted t in the Chicago pit Gety Wheeler answers criticisms aimed at Gen Shatter Shifting of camps the orderof the Santiago ife C St L- - Ry earnings for July show an increase More American troops- leftVSan tiago de Cuba for home Secretary of State Day may be appointed a Federal Judge United States cruiser Philadel- phia reached Honblulu Aug 4 An entire iamuy in amicus vui narrowly missed being poisoned Two lady missionaries were killed in an accident atrYokahoma A captured Spanish prize was wrecked nine miles from Key West resident McKinley praises the 4 soldiers who failed to get to the front Nine members of the First Ten- nesse arrive from Camp Merritt English newspapers are warm over the developments in the far APRIL 25 Formal Declaration of War by Congress daat MAY 1 x - Dewey Destroys Motejos Squadron JTTLY1 First Day Battle of Santiago JULY 3 Cerveras Squadron Destroyed off Santiago JULY 14 Toral Surrenders City of Santiago JULY 31 Battle of rialate Fought Near Manila AUGUST 12 Peace Protocol Signed at Washington AN OFFICER KILLED East It is reported that the Phillip pine Junta at Hong Kong favors annexation Â¬ Tennessee Regiment went on the a march Madrid papers and people accept 2 the inevitable as gracefully as pos- 1 stble A big fight is promised over the J proposed McCoy Cor bett battle at i Buffalo Percy Whittaker of the First Tennessee Regiment died at San- -- Exports of manufacturers of iron and steel show a great increase in By a Desperate Burglar In a Louis U898 ville Street Duel Two battalions of the Fourth - - in r v W Special Aug 13 Patrolman Jas J Heffernan was fatally wounded yesterday by a burglar named Clark while he and Patrolman Whitman were engaged in a pistol duel with Clark and another burglar Clark shot from the ground after being knocked down just in time to keep him fron Francisco Mfc shooting Whitman The burglars Carolina Chem- The Virginia folr ical Company has absorbed four escapee in the excitement that lowed the shooting of Heffernan more mills War Department officials think The second man was wounded in 155000 men will be about the right the arm by Whitman size for the army SENT TO NASHVILLE Gov Taylor presents a flag and makes a speech to the Fourth Ten- Â¬ To Escape Danger Froni a Hpb nessee Regiment V Violence Nashville bank clearings for the week ending August It show nnin- ClarkRville Teun7Aug 13 Til crense of 2G8 per cent mon Drake the rejected Jover who uThe South is reaching out after beat Mrs Florence Flolda brains Mndustries according to the out with a smothing iron is again in danger At Charlotte- - 15 miles Troopaie beginning to crowd from Marion the scene of his crime into Moatfuk Point before Gen where he has been in jail excite Â¬ Young cantready for them ment continues intense and mob The bcar8hlatia try at the New law is openly spoken of by the wo- York stock mark most of the ad mans friendB Tq prevent a lynch Â¬ vantages being vyt them at the ing Brake was committed to Nash- close fvilfc for safety according to tne tifl reviewst Mr Floyds watch was foundn the prospects of peace HJyieJbu8i- where Drake had hollow tre nqw to boom and many InKbon- hidden it while he worehor ring i i i Airncia to ue enccreu into bU thiB Vat alfco recovered Louisville Taffy for FranceShe Did Us a Good Turn l - to bring his squadron home and Admiral iMvVey lias bcuv instructed to cease hostilities With simplicity in keeping- with Washington Of Very Bad Type- republican in8titutioniffi war which has raged between Spain and the United States foraperiod of three months and twenty two days Special Yellow fever pt the worst type Mexico City Aug 13 lerminatcdiatftwenty three minutes past four oclock his prevails at Merida and has reached the interior of the States of Yuca Â¬ was quietly The heat is suffocating The h1hlth of the city afternoon when Secretary Day for the United States and M Cambon tan and Campechc presencWof President McKinley signed a protocol that of Mexico has not been improved since the rains began and it is pro for Spain in the will form the basis of a definite treaty of peace It is but simple justice posed to adopt the cremation system here on a large scale to our sister republic of TCrance to record the fact that to her good offices tilts speedy termiuntionbfjthc war that migfit have run on indefinitely Backs Tracey for was brought about and the president himself deemed that action on the A Peace Commissioner part of her French Government as worthy of his special praise Epidemic in Mexico a Piatt 2 A V w Garcia Grants a Furlough He Will Quit When Jfc WW mor Piatt of New York Special Washington Aug 13 for the agnffintmut of Gen llenjamin called on the President and ask IVacey of New York ex secretary of thinayy as i member of the peace commission lycning New York Aug 13sfspccial World from Sautiago djffi5pnjmtigubt A Jack York of Pcnrisylvania who hnaflgen serving withJarcia the ITouston Texas Aug 13- - SpcciaijRriie Southern Inctlic has Cuban General has justfRrrivcd here IIcTrcpqrts that Garcia has sus no more traiiis froih the ponded operations fotfthirty days and given hiiff mciPQrmisfeimiitOigo been notified by the State health officer yellow fever at raulcjln Ln cast until furtherordersm account oS home with instructions to report to him atthcetul ofnimfciou 1kt p um5 jmi M Quit w jf Yellow Fever Reappears Deailrat Franklin la tun - flJW Blockade Has Been Raisefl v in the jlvy- ii - and Havana Can Be Fed B- - Sampson and Schley Made Admiral Pyle and daut wilfgo to Cerulead thisi dveni everui da h V IrsA Sampson and Schley are both Washington Aug 13 - Special u The blockade of Cuban ports Special Washington Aug 13 Adams find children ttJ and Havana can now be made Roar Admirals and Capt Philip a Commodore Many other pro Â¬ jWftttito Madisonville thU morning was raised to day IrfcorderoUhc President Ttt i Admiral Sampson nan been ordered motions arc announced fMdly nf ppej for stWvHci tiifc relatives M JX1 r t Mr V o ip I r --V i be errry Bails svcnlntr except Sunday irubl nlicil CXArX MXAGXAX SIS Mi lntian j i by lcllmed r by carriers to ail part V of the city at IB CBXTM MX WMX J9 Pen NffiMTtt iv AnviTtaE 8 Months r inAdvJce Fun rr U0KCPT10irATJtB JKiftf nV i EU WEEK Vi - vJW Psn Yeah in Advance Dun 4UU Prospects of peace have had a curious influence on business con Â¬ Tl FOK CONOKKSS tracts not quite explainable on IIEIfRY D ALIKN Nobody common sense grounds iOP UNIOtt COUNTY or exhaus Â¬ really feared disaster tion of national resources and no- Â¬ r MisJmie Scliley nuiy hot have body fcarecf that anybody else was Hopkinsvlllc Tobacco narket done it but she staid until it was afraid of cither Yet orders un- Â¬ Reported by J II Kgidolon of Cummlng done usual in number and size have been A hKglcton UolncoriQratuilbuy6ron for peace and linndlerof order of dealer latest census reports placed since Spain ask Changes in Russia leaf tobacco says show that the Czar rules over 130 Bradstreefs general trade and business this The offerings this week were 351 000000 mibjects week have been very general to- Â¬ against 501 hogshead last week Keccipts this week were 1G5 hogs Â¬ Admiral Sampson has four beau- Â¬ ward improvement heads The offerings this week tiful daughters two of whom are Tim subscribers of the Daily were the poorest we have had this still unmarried Kkntuckian without exception ex Â¬ season as a whole Nothing above not medium Previous appearing Lieut Carranaa who was re- Â¬ press regret that the papcrfia public de Â¬ prices were fully sustained son all The cently invited to leave Canada has to be continued mands may make it necessary to re- Â¬ grades The common nondescript Montreal again turned up at sume the paper and place it upon leaf was a shade or two higher this In the mean- Â¬ week The demand continues good Rico is now a territory of a permanent footing Porto Style also on all the United States or will be as while the Semi weekly Kkntuckian on all Bremen is un- Â¬ will continue to publish more news grades suitable for Regie purposes soon as a little red tape than any paper in Western1 Ken- Â¬ The weather has been favorable wound with the exception of a little too tucky How- Â¬ Commissioners are to meet with- Â¬ much rain in somelocalities The Democrats so far have nom- Â¬ in thirty days in Havana and San ever unless sonic unforeseen ca- Â¬ inated the following candidates for will be one Juan to arrange the details of evac- Â¬ lamity First district Charles of the happens there freest from Congress uation cleanest and K Wheeler Second Henry- D Al- Â¬ worm cut crops raised ihis time The guillotine is likely to be len Third John S Rhea Fourth than we have had for years abolished soon as an instrument of David II Smith Seventh E IS There is some little complaint of execution in France The execu- Â¬ Settle Eighth George G Gilbert tobacco flies doing some dainage in tions have ceased to be public af- Â¬ Ninth Mordecai Williams Tenth the eastern part of this county ex- Â¬ Thomas Y Fitzpatrick The Fifth fairs This tending into Todd county Sixth and Eleventh are yet to be Gen Garcia has written to Gen is a new pest to some people choscd Shafter offering to furnish a detail While he is quite small they cut lit- Â¬ consultation of Cuban scouts The Pursuant to a decree of the Chan- Â¬ tle fine holes in the leaves like a to have brought cery Court Lookout Inn will be sifter with Gomez seems quotations him to his senses sold on Thursday August 18 It 1 fi0 2 00 is stated that local parties will Trahli Lugs This the final issueof Tub Daily 2 00 00 purchase the property It is quite Cummon lugs Kkntuckian contains the formal likely that when the Inn is- sold Medium lugs 4 00 3 C0 proclamation of the President that 0 50 4 00 Point Park will be thrown open to Good lugs the war is over The terms of all parties regardless of how they Low leaf 4 50 00 pjace are the same given in yester Â¬ arrive on the top of Lookout moun- Â¬ Common leaf 7 00 6 0Q days Kkntuckian 8 00 7 00 Medium leaf tain V 111 - DEMQOMTjfi TICKET VA23fciWSiR Cos trade review says Rev S 0 Mitchell lifts tendered l1n tvaifrriritlnn rift nnstor o the Eyar Been To church to lake Gftat Hopkins Npvcmbcr i on which the effect lirtM nnf vit n tried J vlurfh An unfortunate baby just born County jin Metcalfe county has got todrag through life with the namet Clar- Â¬ ence Sampson Dewey Ilobson Schley Shafter Riley Dabbet Grinstend ftriccial Trnin- Dr John Ed Curry of Sullivan was arrested at Dixon bw the Will run from nonkinsviilo to The Malison villa on each of tho four charge of criminal assault alleged victim is fifteen years old dajjs of this great occasion The arrest has caused a sensation and feeling runs high J Tty A 321 Tha Kerituoklunk iTew wit 9S v Fair f Afla tliNeW -- JHntlicwii Machine FOR ONLY ft mi H I 2 idem M jnmiB - arm Sewini VtJVith lad all the 4i rqmuntB leaBt laWM W m Vii M ThibMiMachino AUGU1ST 1898 moayi ver fbt WKh mf hafnAN ffi J ik 1 uroui tj JPH 34 25 26 on following 27 780 a 745 7556 in Light running Bimplouurablo schedule 1 10 Every Machine wWmim years Lv ETopkinsvillo Kolloys Crof tou Empire1 1 J H - Mauuiugtou 1 Nortouvillo Mortons Gap BarnoBluy Earlington e Ar Mudisonvillo Roturning loaves 600 p m One Fare for Round Trip Return Liinit August 29 Ruto of one faro for round trip on each of above days also made on regular trains between Gutbrio Hen dersou and Providence to Mndison ville HrKOlflOATIONS um inches blah TlicIIcad In MadiBonvillle ind olKbt and llvoand one half Ioiir Inside ono lialf lnolica TliUlsgblRU as any tnmlly moasurenient machino morlo and must not bo confounded mn with tho modtum nr ao callod ohlnca Tho buad plato son Intoorlovulwltli hlgh-iti-- 802 807 817 825 880 885 855 t53v8SKSpK83l5B3w33 wS31Sic8ri5 vrIIIHHfl9HKiQiKl A 150 Machino for f IW and freight prepaid Cash must accompanx ordora - Vfl SI 1 Tho Great Hopkins County Fair is recognizod as the one groat fair Of Western Kentucky and the gather jug of 1898 promises to be tho graud est in the history of the Association Tho special rain above mentioned ouables people between Hopkinsvilfo and Madisouvillo to spend a day at this groat fair and arrive homo at a convenient hour in tho evening Tbo Shuttlo Is open on tho end ihapo and absolutely self threading Tho Bearings Aro all steel well fitted and tdhiBtabte Self tin cudlng Tho mnchlnoU selfthread lngnndnoholo to put tho thread through axcopi ineeyopiiuo nceaio Tho Feed Isposltlvo 1W action and hag uo springs to Rot mit ofordor Automatic Bobbin Winder Will wind tho oobbtn as Htiiooth as on a spool of thread ThoStltch Is double lock Btltoh Tho name on both sides and will not ravol Can be lengthened or shortoned from eight to thirty stitches to tho inch ThoTenBion Is a Hat spring tonsion and adjustable to all sizes of thread Hand Wheel Is nlcklc plated and has a looso wheel attached to operate bobbin winder without running machine TheMovomeiitf Is tho celebrated eccentric movements po3ltlvoln action and fowor work Â¬ ing parts than any maohine on tho market JhoStand Haslaigo balanco wheel hangs on two adjustable center The treadle is laro and hangs iuooho centers and all lost motion ean bo taken up as torn under owli end and eon bo easily moved A nice dress gUArd over Â¬ Tho Noedlo Is straight ono Mldo and cannot bo Hotjwrong tbo tablo j cylinder flat on whcellto keoptdresarom gcttinKfon wheal Attachments Aro tho famous Johnsons act In a tin box ond consists of tucker ruffle fourhemmors blnd6r qulltor foot hmraar and fcllorundor braider and sheerer 11 nnrt nil tvrn anrnw ilrlvnrfl six bobbins IMMH of noedlcs thumb screw guago and book ofaf uircciions Tho Furniture Is well modo hlithly pol Â¬ ished and ologant In appearance AH thes macmneswuiDoscntoui wiin oai iunuiuro unless walnut is specified Kacb niaobtae hasalookto thodrowora and cover nlcafnlokolplato drop rings to all drawers All BWthlnes arc well packed and orated KISAD OUIt GUARANTEE The New Mathews Machine is warrimted 10 years from dato of purohaso and thirty days trial ot it If perfect and ontlro satisfaction is not glvon tho maohine may bo reshipped ot to us at our oxpenso and th money pld us will bo refunded promptly Under this guarantco you run no rlskT what evor in purchasing tho Now Mathews Maohine You have thirty days trial of it in your own home and if for any reason you shoulcl wish to return tho maohine it may eo shipped to ub at our expense and the money wUl bp re funded p All communications regarding vthe Now to should bo address Mathews Machino tu CHAS M MEACHAM HopkinsvUIeKy Description ot the Improved New Mathews Machine Arant to wit - An Atlanta girl claims priority H 851 Admiral Kirkland who died on Offorings for week 149 it Admiral Miller and staff have ar- Â¬ the day peace was proclaimed was JiMJoctions rived at Honolulu to raise the the ranking Admiral of the Navy Hopkinsville Produce Tlarket American flag over the Hawaiian and his death makes another va- Â¬ Cnsli prices paid by Hopkinsville islands The raising will probably cancy to be filled at once Â¬ merchants not take place until the commissioners arrive on the I7th inst Mrs Geo N Curzon wife of the Bacon new viceroy of India was Miss Hums country 810c Gen Wheeler has written a letter Mary Leiter of Chicago She ranks Shouldera 45Jo to Maj Wills of Nashville defend- Â¬ next to Queen Victoria in the social SidoB 57e ing Gen Shafter from the criticisms scale of England Lard 07e of his conduct of the Santiago cam- Â¬ paign lie says Shafter was carry- Â¬ France managed to keep hands Country Produce Butter ing on two fights at the same time off to the end by a special effort 12Jl5o 7o Eggs at Caney and San Juan and could and we can all prepare now to take New fcathera 2528o not be at the front with either army in her bi- show in 1900 - over Miss Arnold in the invention of the Ilobson kiss She kissed him at a Kimball House reception in Atlanta several weeks ago in the presence of his mother and sister Perhaps there are others The Graves county grasshop Fine Leaf 12 00 10 00 JNO 13 ATKINSON pers can find plenty green things WEEKLY ItEPORT Director iu Chief to eat in the First district without RccoiptF for week 165 hhds C C GIVENS President eating crops For instance there 9275 hhds year H H HOLEMAN Secretary Â¬ are those Democrats who are fuss Sales 202 wook ing among themselves 7920 year Â¬ Good loaf 8 00 This machine is manufactured with tho viluv of Bunnlvinc n loncr felti A Modern High arm first class Sowiug Machine with all latoj improvements und of first class material aud good workmanship including Free admission to Pair to all tne nest and latest Attachments at a reasonable price A book of instruct tions accompanies every machino children of school age and to In making your remittance wo prefer postofGco money order registered all old people 70 and over lottor express mouev orues or Now York uxchanire Individual oheckB uni lesB certifleil to will not be received m 10 00 Wednesday August 24 5 t RELIABILITY IMGG wm B V HEF mmm J wwiwpB IH R ICHARDS Hi SB L 5 v Tv jp i r The serious charge is made CLIPPED AND COMPILED Indiana that on against the 159th the march to Manassas they robbed Car rollton now has only two chicken roosts and roasting ear saloons patches just like sure enough sol- Â¬ Owensboro has a curfew law but diers Details of mounted officers it is not enforced were sent to chase the hungry Franklin is to have a handsome Hoosiers down and stop them from new school building for boys foraging Paducah has contracted for a The Nebraska Fusionists seem new school building to cost 409G0 A case of small pox has developed to have done the Cincinnatus act in nominating their candidates for at Jackson Ky and many people are leaving Governor An exchange says Within less than fifty hours afÂ¬ Commonwealths suits against 108 ter he had appeared before tha del- Â¬ nonresident land owners were filed egates of the three conventions in Lincoln and acknowledged the ap at Mt Sterling plause which shook the three The Johnson brothers live in houses a visitor to William A number arc conducting a protract- Â¬ Poynters farm who came upon Columbia him without warning found the ed meeting at candidate clad in blue overalls at Â¬ Surveyors arc at work establish Â¬ tending to the morning vyork of the ing a new boundary between Simp Having justmfiked the son and Warren counties dairy running cows in the barn he The Ohio County Fair Associa- Â¬ the machinery of the butfer making his own handB plant with tion like a good many others in the State has decided not to hold a One feature of the peace terms fair tlus year will not meetwith popular approval Officer Fred Hoyer has been ap- Â¬ provision permitting the Span Â¬ pointed night Chief of the Paducah The ish tyrants to remain in Cuba to do police force in place of RJ llarber for several months resigned police duty Spanish rule in Cuba is a blunder Dr Godfrey Hunters friends deny of every kind and character should that he is going to resign as Minis Â¬ end at once There are three class- ter to Guatemala and come home esof people in Cuba to be policed and run for Governor Americans Cubans and Span- Â¬ Lieut Oliver Miles of Che Fourth iards Spaniards arc to remain temporarily and why they are to regiment who has been quite ill at has gone to his home in be permitted to police the lawful Lexington to recuperate inhabitants of the islands is one of Owensboro A largely signed petition has those mysterious things no man asking tho outside of the charmed circle can been in circulation Why not let the Cubans Fiscal Court of Henry county to understand police the Spaniards until they are purchase the turnpikes in the couiv W aud make travel fretf ready to galctf s Â¬ - Beeswax Tallow 1821o 2Je Ginseng per lb Honoy Tub washed wool GroaBod 2225 78c 26b 1318e Poultry Y chickens live per Roosters doz150180 2o 53 45c 65c 50c drain Clover per bushel Corn Wheat Com Bholled Live stock Hogs Shoop Cnttlo CnlvoH v a a quality some newspapers bave lost sight of in theBo days of Yellow Journalism They care little for tho truth and a great tteal for temporary sensation It is not with THE DISPATCH Tho Buccess of THE DISPATCH rests upon its reliability It prints tho news all of tho news and tells the truth about it ITS WAR NEWS SERVICE Can not bo excelled It is gathorod by forty two war correspondents and bight fast dispatch boats at tho seat of war and a salaried correspoudont in every importaut city in tho world Tho most critical period of tho war will bo during peace nogotiatiouB Get the papor that tolla the truth Our Motto If you see it in THE DISPATCH its ao and if its so it is always in THE DISPATCH THE DISPATCn news service is now furnished by tho Now York Sun Tho Chicago Inter Ocean Tho Northern PresB Association The Leslio Syudicnto and a staff of correspondents iu Kentucky Teuneasoo and In diana Hucond to none on a Southern uowspnpor Wo club with Tho Weekly LouiB villo Dispatch both papers ono yeai for the low sum of 200 Â¬ BUILDERS CONTRACTORS wm awn at amftsxmanmamttammmmm ttmmmmmm mhw o i AND DEALERS IN Eaiklisg Materials ii ii ii j i -- 0f All Kinds 7 AH LUMBER LIME AND CEMENT Give us a call when you need anything in our line An Old Adage Reads DAGG RICHARDS HOPKINSVILLE KY 250300 250350 S300825 3325 Lnmba HidPB and Fura Groon hides 3100125 Green suited hitloa1 WatornioloiiB 67o 7Jo A- -- C Florida Vegetables h 2535o 75o JK5w potntoofl nor bughoL igo poruuau wv ps oioa 125 5375 55c 70c 1 2Jo t - PlourTli Pa tout per bbl M i I Standard nor bbl nLl WIUVUl klJJlV5 Good Timothy 191 MM A Bran retail Toniatoos Fancy por doz Choice per doz Greon Corn- Fancy do wrs CJiokejdoK f f 20c IcQ 10o i r jiprt 4 8 place the Louisville Dispatch should bo in tho homo of every Democrat in the South Tho Louisville Dispatch is tho peoples paper awnod by tho anu roau by tno people rue lOiiiavillo Dispatch is tho only Dem Watio paper published in Louisville It stands squarely on tho Chicago platform It is not only in nlouriBh ing condition uftdr eighteen months bathing iigaiusl ad verso ciroum stances but Ib to day the best Nows medium iu tho South Aud its motto if you see it iu tho Dispatch itd so if its so it is always in tho Dispatch luncheon fully voriliod during the jjifctorioan Spnuleh War dutingwhich lBuporiority of its nows service has been ilaily upparqnti Tho Dispatch nowa service is fur iMheil by tho Now York Sun the Chicago intor Ocoan tho Northern Prqbs Association and tho Loalio Syn ticate which uu active salariod cor roapondont in every imp9rtant city in tho world besides its qyvn Blair of ovor 800 correspondents in Kontuoky Get Tho TunneHRoe una Indiana Dispatch it given tho news and it tells tho truth about it Tlp Dfcp itch is Kentuckys fjreatost paper xou suouiu uu a rentier 1or tho next fewweekd wo wil club with lie Weehty Dispatch at the extreme Thoro is n place for every thing Now for everything to be in its SAM BOYD flP TURNEY CERULEAN TRIGGCOUNTYv BOYD TURNEY ol JtiliMd bt Proprietors -- fl ThiafrtmouB hoalth mul plouBiira resort tllo oldastjui Wostorn Kontuokj la eltimtotl ontho Ohio Vnlllloy brnnoh qf tho Illmois Coutml railroad 16 miloa from JlqpkinBvlUonad 11 iiiiIob from PrlSajitoa t NOW Q0EN Hotel Acooratnodmjijons T Unurp8id T Stilph and OhttlylwtaWUr in Abuudance Six truiua dailynd Reduced Rate First OkWljidlnn Band Employed Sot tta seaspn y yJowprlfrWpf I Jit A - r i t1nfi -- W W TOTTFfl mmaaumjum i s T P f- c- it For J 0 i Z L3aJflWf KjftSffZ inTii--flitlMtlHi fifty Vtr -v t a Us 0 H VF J w ffimMB ilMj jIlfWGr il I iNrr n mil l In ACITS NEW OFFICJE Be Clerk of Court Ap- - HAVAE authority 0wt Alfred Kccor- T JKnhftH In hIkciI by Ben Fighter In Knree us Well ms Amcrlcn AN OPEN LETTER WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD CASTORLV AND AS OUR TRADEMARK PITCHERS CASTORIA pclSrf - driTraus W RichardI innfflW T Havens to t M JBF Be His Deputies r Sam Shackelford who has returned from his visit to Duluth lef yesterday for Louisville and frtownkfort to arrange for his bond clerk of the court of appeals says the Owensboro Messenger He will take charge of this ollicc on ihe first Monday in September for it term of four years and eight months Mr Shackelfords salary i will be 4000 a year and he is al lowed 7000 additional to pay his deputies stenographers and other expenses of the office The chief deputy will be Mr Robert M Green the present chief deputy of the clerk of the court of appeals who has long held this po sition and who has been so faith Â¬ ful and capable in discharging his duties trrtit an almost unanimous trequest was made of Mr Shack Jelford by the judges of the court of jfappeals and members of the bar t throughout the state who practice in that court to retain hjm Mr jQus Richardson of Meade coun- ty and Mr W S Havens of Mt Sterling will also be deputies Mr jGreen was Mr Shackelfords prin cjpal opponent for the Democratic nomination for clerk of the court of appeals Mr Richafdson was al Â¬ so in the race and at the last threw his strength to Mr Shackelford as did a large number of mountain delegates who supported Mr King Ford Mr Ford and his friends have requested Mr Shackelford to appoint Mr Havens and the ap- Â¬ pointment will be made Mr Shackelford will so apportion the salaries of his deputies as to do full justice to all of them Mr aud Mrs Shackelford will take up their residence in Frank- Â¬ fort in a few weeks iSif Since tho first otitbrcnk of trouble between Spain mid the United States one of the man who has been the most discussed is Cnpt Alfred T Mali an The Influence of Sea whose books The Influence Power Upon History of Sea Power Upon tlicFrcnch Ilcrolu tjon nnd Empire and The Life of Nelson have been warmly praised by lending Kurdpenn and Arncrleau ex The English naturally make perts To MOTHERS PITCHER J DR SAMUEL was tne oriamator or vy borne and does now bear on every has the fao 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 on tho the hind you have always bought of Hijannis Massachusetts OAbi ukia tne same that j CSzffSv jNews v wl M a vv i and has the signature of per No one has authority from me use my name except The Centaur Company of which Chas H Fletcher is President f yfudM to wrap- Â¬ Do Not Be Deceived CAPT A T MAIIAN Member of tho Naval Strategic Board at Washington Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting1 a cheap Substitute which come druggist may offer you because he makes a few more pennies on it the inr gredients of which even lie docs not know generally recognized Capt Mahan Is a native of New York and was a lieutenant when tho civil war broke out When it closed he was He was coma lieutenant commander missioned a commander in 1872 and a captain in 1885 At his own request he was placed on the retired list in November 1800 In order that he might have time to devote to historical work While he was at work abroad re Â¬ cently he was recalled and placed on the naval strategy board at Capt Mahan has a Washington new book in press Tho Interests of the United States In Sea Power It InÂ¬ cludes a number of magazine papers on subjects connected with the strength and promised development of the Amer ican navy Â¬ much of Malinn for in his first book he uses Great Britain as his chief illustration that nil enduring greatness as a nation must be based on naval strength Ho was tho first historian to develop this point the truth of which is now Â¬ The End You Have Always Bought BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF II HERE is no noed for the people of Uopkinsville and neighboring towns to sub- - f scribe for papers away from home to get the latest and most re- liable war news i i JliayfucA Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You THC CCNTAUn COMPANY TT WUIlBur STRICT NEW YORK CITY 2 The Daily Telegraph SerYice jj J L Â¬ I Kentuckians C y Is now equal to the best and covers f all mutters of interest at home and f 11 Raising y Â¬ IRELANDS PEAT BEDS They Hvo Famished Worlt nnd Fuel for the loor of the Green Inlo for Many Centnrlcn v hi K e rff6 r yMatttRank Leaf Chronicle fell from the second story of his home on Franklin street about 11 oclock last night and re- Â¬ ceived serious injuries Young arose being only partially awake walked to the window pushed the curtains aside and stepped out In his sleep he thought he was in his tent and wanting to go outside pushed the flaps aside When he fell he was still partially asleep and thought he was falling into a guilty near his tent He struck on his face and was so stunned that he was unable to move He gained consciousness in about half an hour after the fall but is still unable to change his position alone No bones were broken and his injuries are internal To day he was un- Â¬ CUTTING der the inflnence of opiates and the One of Irelands RfostPEAT Familiar Sights full extent of his injuries cannot be Belgravla learned until to night but it is not the glided halls of of Highlandbring Â¬ coting back memories thought they are dangerous tages and lodges by Irish salmon rivers Tho greatest contributor of all plants Sits Up in His Grave to the formntlon of peat is sphagnum eccentric moss But all kinds of bog plants go to William Aldrich an up the ordinary Irish peat beds bachelor of Mishawaka Ind who make cut shows work going on Tho died recently was buried in a coffin In ono of tho reservoirs of fuel Tho built in the shapeof a letter L with depth of peat is eight feet and the cut the perpendicular line at a slight ters have as yet merely shaved the top a nice dry bed some angle The coffin was built under This Islevel having drained offalteration the soak In the supervision before his ago water elsewhere The men do the r Aldrlclis death At the funeral the repulsive cutting and the girls and women whepl Coffin could not be placed in the the peat to a distance where they are to funeral car hence several crews of set up in pairs like an A tent dry pall bearers were secured to re In Ilea Sixty Three Yearn William Mooro aged 71 years of Hcyc each other The reclining for Boone fSt coffin was placed in a large vault 03 yearscounty Ky has lain In bed ngc When about nlno years of His his spino was Injured by n fall from a ered with a monster slab to have a horse producing pnrtinl paralysis and her waB instructed similar coffin built that he might rendering hlra helpless for life For n time mind was nfrcotcd conyewjwith her and rest comfort years his intense Bufferings by his long of but recent ably uniRboth enter anew world ly his memory has returned und ho can as he expressed it Buried with distinctly recall and relate incidents him are maliyjauubles books a nnd ovontB of 50 years or more ago with wonderful accuracy aud discloses a revolver and lamn WBJl i surprising strength of mind and intel The banks of Christian counm lect for ono of his ngo and condition arc assessed for franchise tax m MuMket Hull Hxnerlment A musket ball may be fired through Bank pf Ilopkinsvill follows 7t1000 First National Bank 67- - a nana of crlau maklntr the hole the LsjiM pf the ball without cracking the 683 the Citv Bank k 13690520 I It Win iHBiq uo Bunpenuvii ujr a 7000j Pembrfl ad It will make no difference and thrjfl will npt even vibrato myMt Bank 370R JUUJH r rrfi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ By the law of compensation Ireland which has not a single ton of coal in her soil has the finest peat beds in the One hardly knows British islands what would havo been the fate of the British peasants thrifty und idle alike were it not for the presence of the ever IN HIS SLEEP lasting supply of fuel lying on the surface of the ground and waiting only to bo dug dried and carted or carried to the JValked Out of the Window Think poor mans fire It is hard to understand why it should be only the poor mans ing it was a Tent Door fire for tho fragrant cleanly fuel might be welcome on the hearth of the Private Charles Young of the rich Recently a company advertised Fourth Tennessee Volunteers who high class peat for sale in London to arrived in the city yesterday on a bo burnt In drawing rooms and smoking-and tho well known scent few days furlough to visit his par- Â¬ rooms was almost for the first time recognized Â¬ The ANTE On Wines Beers and Ales in the war tax will not af Â¬ fect our patrons in the prices that we are selling at All tho really good judges of whiskey stand by the Royal Liquor Co Thats the advantage of being known as the best None carry as large a stock of fine old wines ales whiskies ents says the Clarksville brandies cigars and tobaccoas the Royal Liquor Co which they are selling at peace prices y iilty The Ken tucki an is published J every evening excopt Sunday and overy department of the paper is supplied with a new s s e r v i ce A tluif narmnt Vp s UliHU UlllllWU j vj surpassed in all I 3p M Wescern Ken- - A y w M tucky Daily deli ve ed In the city 10 CIS Royal Liquor Co Phone 163 2 Rings S J SaiTmel Co W Props KenttnBli rr 212 S Per wee Main 2 South Kentucky College 1 ttopUinsMiUejKentucky Throo Collegiate Cotirsoa Preparatory Course Music and Elocution taught by couBorvatory teachers Collego Orchestra of ton pieces Strict discipline and much personal attoutiou Separate departments for malcB aud femaloB 270 Total department enrollment last year 187 Individual enrollment S S WOOLWINE Supt Girls Department A C KUYKENBALL Supt Boys Department - Tele 99 RATES BY MAIL a Daily One Month - Daily Three Months - 35 100 Daily One Year Semi Weekly Edition 1 400 yr 200 STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY Lexington The Kentuckian is printed in l new and attractive type and its y news paes are illustrated with the C hpsl nintiirpR to lip nhlninpd w Kentucky Offer iuBtruction in Agriculturo Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engi leering Civil Eugiueorini three lines of Scientific Study viz Mathemat ical Biological aud Chemical Classics aud Pedagogy each of which leads to a degreo Twenty eight Professors aud assistants Laboratories aud musoums largo ana well equipped County appointoes receive Treo tuition matricitia tiou fuel aud lights and room rout Tiaveling expoiisos also givon up pointoes who romaiu the full colloeriato year Board in dormitorios 225 per weolwin private families 2G0 to 3 Hoard uniform books aud washing neoJUiot exceed tflzUUUner year Fall term begins second Thursdayinjgeptombe JIkIN Preliminary Examinations lirst Monday in September Hpi1 For catalogues aud other iuformntioiapply to JAMES K PATTERN Ph D LL Df Puksident W Q WnKELIR rOTimi i Send in your subscription by mail Call at the office in the K n- - Subscribe Now WBvFqn tuckian Building first floor at 212 y South Main Street or telephone Address A 99 2 Chas M Wheeler Mills TobaCco Warehousemen Co Grain Dealers n Commission Merchants - Moacham Puhlis icr Fire Proof Warehouse UtoaLAdvaMmOonBiKniiicmtB f I cor mjssKMviiLB anp Ky r sts Hopkinsvillc hopkinsvilleTkT r v f r t All Tobacco y kut ua flovorad by Insurance I W if s tmikJ ujt 3i y 0 a r mrru im MMP994 VETBpiNTOWN CooiWvilryini in the Siiiajb i V- TUTE ADJOURNS rCT - STORY OF DEPRAVITY ABOUT THE DAILY Sonic of the Remarks Made by Vy V itflTOfrjim on Friday Evening L- Ci ft A frswK OWiVl V From Union County Tliat Bents - th Press vTal sura 1 SJ retl institute finished- its last eveninir and adjourn- - if jfelf V6tintIea Off Wa Mntfis g3fl V IQJP Leave of Alnf t Fjfm Thursday Aflernoon Oral Geography When to Begin What it Embraces How to Begin 13tc was discussed by many teachers and closed most excellent- Â¬ ly by Prof C C Monroe sure enough veteran of the fiat tleoffetinttagp is in the city and is attracting- ajgrcnt deal of attention HoiB a young colored man a mem oNtfc lOUi fcavalry that took part in all thetlesperatc fighting- around Santiago His name is Benjamin Franklin and his home is at Bloomington HI He enlisted at Chickamauga t last Spring1 and waa sent at once to the front He was with the 10th lT S Cavalry on July 1st and was wounded twice once in the side a glancing- wound by a bullet and again near the shoulder blade by a A - History L McRey nolds S R Driver1 Miss Rogers Kentucky United States History J II Anglin J W Bass E Poston J II Jetton Miss Ora Robinson Miss Vaso Russell closed by Prof C C Monroe piece of shell He still has a bandage on one of the wounds and has papers show Â¬ ing that his story is true lie was taken on the Olivette to New York and after remaining awhile m the hospital was grant Â¬ ed a leave of absence on the 8th for thirty days and given a pass to come west and visit his uncle His relative is Wesley Fail cloth who was recently employed at Capt city some to begin school Monday S R Whites at Julicn and may be - number the Superintendent lectured along- the line of their duty Friday was g ala day One hundred teachers filled their seats and held a lively and interesting- session The program was amply execut ed and teachers all manifested much delight in the work t Prof C C Monroe as a conduc tor certainly has no superior and few equals The unanimous voice of the Christian County Teachers testifies to the appreciation of his inestimable worth as an educator The teachers now shook a parting- hand and the Superintendent bade them good bye until next Insti- Â¬ tute The teachers are leaving- the A of - trustees being- pros- - cut The announcement is made that the HblKWSVILLE IVJENTUCKIAN Will not be issued as a daily after this Week For a number of years tiic If This Report Is True It Is Hard Kkntuckian lias been one ol the best semi weeklies in Kentucky to Find a More Revolting and was even brighter as a daily Crime in History infusing new life into the journalis Â¬ tic field at Hopkinsvillc and prov ing very clearly that the old busi Â¬ John Ed Gurry of Sullivan Un- Â¬ ness adage cPmetition is theMife ion County was arrested Tuesday of trade is trucClarksville Dixon Webster county He lias Times at heen indicted on the charge of crirn The Hopkinsvillc Daily Kkn inal assault Wether with two other prominent young men of Web Â¬ tuckian will suspend publication ster county and was placed under this week the editor announcing 5000 bond The facts alleged are that while he has found it a suc- Â¬ of the most revolting- nature and cessful experiment from a financial have aroused the community and standpoint he personally prefers county to a pitch of excitement and a branch of thenewspaperbusiness will call for speedy justice if the that is less confiningnnd laborious charges be true That which and will continue his Bemi wcekly seems to confirm the suspicion is It is indeed a mistake to assume the the sudden disappearance of the daily newspaper role without tak- Â¬ two other young- men from their ing confining and laborious work All Records - STILL DEEPER CUT t A Snap For J 75 Cenis 123 homes It is alleged that Dr Curry Chas Sullivan and Porter Montgomery sat up with a corpse in Webster county and while attending to that solemn duty succeeded in getting a young woman of the household named Brazellc in a drunken stupor by means either of drugsorwhisky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ intoconsidcrationOwensboro Mes Â¬ senger The Hopkins ville Kkntuckian has discontinued its daily edition which was started when the war commenced Editor Meachamstates that he njade mopey but there was loo much work about it Few peo- Â¬ ple know the amount of work it takes to make a good daily news- Â¬ paper and there are even men in the business that have failed to pairs Misses Tan Chocolate and Oxtolood Strap Sandals Turn Soles sizes 8 to 2 C D and E lasts Worth 125 to 150 there yet Franklin will attempt to find his ENTERTAINED LAST EVENING uncle and if he fails will return to Bloomington to spend his furlough Little Miss Susie Hord Entertains He is a tall slender very black With a Doll Party young fellow and gives a very in- Â¬ telligent account of his experience At the residence of her parents in the battle without appearing- to on South Virg inia Street MissSusie be boasful Hord entertained at a Doll Party yesterday afternoon from four to NORTH CHRISTIAN ITEMS six Fruit ices and cakes were served Following- are tne names Several Newsy Hatters Tersely ol the little girls present Annie Forbes Frances Summers Told for Our Readers May Nash Ellen McClendon Bes- Â¬ Pon Ivy Aug- 12 The farmers sie Ware Jean Goldthwaite Estelle are very jubilant over the recent Bassett Annie and Willie Buffalo rains which will make the corn Helen and Hazel Roper and Mabel Brown Louisville crop The tobacco crop is looking- very SHOT THROUGH THE WINDOW well Mr L B King has beg un to cut some of the weed Bullet Hole Found in M R Miss Flora I lord has returned Blythes Store home from her visit to Hopkins - and thereupon made a criminal as sault upon her Whether they succeeded in outraging her is not stated though that is the current rumor The girl is but 15 years old learn the lesson and is said to have borne a good quirer reputation All of the accused are of pronii ncntfamilies and Dr Curry has but recently graduated and started to practice Officers have been on the track of the two missing men Choice For 75cJ -- Owcnsboro of In- Â¬ county 1 Mr Riley Ilamons and Mrs Net Â¬ tie King- were united in marriage at your city last Thursday It was Mrs Nettie King- Air Ilamons married instead of Miss Minnie King- as reported in your very valu Â¬ able paper last week Mr L 13 King- our merchant is selling- his stock of goods and groceries at cost He expects to go out of business here and intends to buy and put up tobacco He has forty acres in tobacco Mrs Virginia Barnes has not fully recovered from her sickness yet Mr James Qalvin commenced to teach the public school at Dog wood - A bullet hole was this found in the large plate glass win- Â¬ dow of M R Blythes grocery store Virginia street Investigation showed that it traversed the length of the store and- after passing on - - through the back door dropped to the ground It was lired some time during the night Chapel last Monday as a teacher very well I go every day that Ican The moonlight at Lee B Kings I Very Best Service Will be Given O to It is the desire of the C have nothing but the best car ser- Â¬ vice and the beautiful vestibuled train to be used August 16th and please the most factidious The run made with this excursion last year was the quickest on record and equally as good time may be like him expected this year which makes want to this trip void of Hie tedious perplex- Â¬ ities encountered so often Â¬ announces that it will discontinue He is Making a Heroic Fight for Springfield Ills Aug 13 A its darly edition after this week Life Against the Grim Reaper few days ago the press dispatches Charley Meacham believes there is announced the marriage at Chicka- - something better than liard work Vallejo Cal Aug 13 Rear Ad- Â¬ manga of Rev J F Reynolds of and mere glory in journalism Elk miral Kirklnnds condition shows Denver Col and Miss Alice K ton Progress slight improvement and his physi- Â¬ Lamed of Ann Arbor Mich a cians say he has a fighting chase nurse at the Leiter hospital Later The Hopkinsvillc Daily Ken for his life Commander J J Brice a sensation was caused here by the tuckian Will discdntinue publica- Â¬ who has recalled from the retired announcement that the groom is tion This is the natural result of list during the continuation of hos none other than Rev J F Rey Â¬ commonsense reflection over en- Â¬ tilities with Spain is in command nolds of Riverton this county who thusiasm Madisonvillc Mail of the navy yard during Admiral joined the Fifth Illinois Infantry Kirklands illness TO DAYS MARKET REPORT and went to Chickamauga leaving behind him a young wife to whom Death Came Later Corrected Dully Ity I5rn KawliiiH Itunlcor he was married only a few months iiikI ISrolcur lIopklnHvlllo Ky Vallejo Cal Aug 13 Special ag o In connection with this an Rear Admiral Kirkland com- Â¬ nouncement came the further state- Â¬ CIiIcuro Ainrket mandant of the Mare Island navy jr ment that Reynolds has another Opv Higt Closing yard died this evening wife and three little children living Cash Wheat 69 ar at Green Mountain Falls Col 66 65 Sept Wheat 66 63 64 Dec Wljeat 64X PERSONAL GOSSIP 32 Sept Corn I the Hopkins- is to discon- tinue his war daily this week No doubt he realizes now that he work on a daily newspaper is far differ- Â¬ ent from that on a semi weekly There is also a slight difference in THEE WIVES CLAIM HIM the money involved Henderson Charges Against Rev Reynolds of Gleaner the Fifth Illinois The IIoiKiNsviLru VILLK IVENTUCKIAN 1 Editor Mcacham REAR ADMIRAL KIRKLAND KICSULTS BASEBALL SPECIAL OP YESTERDAYS GAMES 4 Brooklyn 3 Kkntuckian Cincinnati Bositon 8 y Cleveland 2 New York 4 Chicago 3 Philadelphia 5 St Louisr2 HOW THEY STAND rw PCy 653 639 615 582 557 545 532 478 373 371 rt Clubs Wor d6 62 59 53 54 54 50 44 36 36 33 29 ost 35 35 37 38 43 45 44 48 58 61- - Cincinnati Boston Cleveland Baltimore New York Chicago Pittsburg Philadelphia Brooklyn Louisville Washington St Louis 60 70 - 355 293 SCHEDULE FOR TO DXY last Saturday night was largely at their protracted meeting Vfnethjrd Sunday in this month Honey Bui tended The boys shot several bullets into the Christian church and also in the school house Willie Shelby whom 1 spoke of as being- bitten by a copperhead snake is about well He is up and out Theywhisky and cocldeburr remedy proved a good one in his days in the workhouse case Walter Southern col for breach The members of thtiGhnistiait of the peace was fined 250 Sat Â¬ church here expect tocommence isfied - Miss BennieColeman of Howell is shopping in the city to day Mrs J T Smith left for Mortons Gap this morning to visit relatives Mrs A G Boales and Miss Bernice Ilarned went to Cerulean to spend a week Misses Madge and Nellie Bot tomley of Louisville are spending this week with Mrs L II McKee on South Main TWO SMALL FINES Mr Hugh who has been the guest of Mr J M Adams for sev Â¬ In the County Court This Horn Â¬ eral weeks will leave for his home ing One to Workhouse in Madisonvillc to morrow Miss Catherine Feland of Owcns- Â¬ Walter Alexander col was tried boro who has been here sometime in county court on a warrant visiting Capt Jno Felaild Jr and charging trespass and given 32 family returned home thismorning Dec Corn Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Oats Pork Lard Ribs 32J 20 8 95 5 32 5 20 64 I 323 w 203 9 15 20JT 10 iiii 5 35 5 27 vheat puts I calls 35 27 66 f- Louisville at Washington Pittsburg at Baltimore Cleveland at Boston Cincinnati at Brooklyn Chicago at New York St Louis at Philadelphia GRASSHOPPER PLAQUE 7 Nv VorkStockauiul Cotton Opy 1 31 1 1 Higt 1 I Closing A Am Tob Chicago Gas 333 CB N L Sugar Coal Q Manhattan Iron 00 14 55 03 38 28 1 00 55 l 1 rV 1 143 1 03 1 39 33 1 00 1 14V Graves County Suffering fFrom a Visitation V J of this county Some of the cornfields are stripped of every blade ot fodder ana much of the corn in the ear is completely ruined CIovca are a total loss to the farmers also many of the pea patches- Fences along thewtfrffls iiatSiK fl minllii tuvereu wijn it uiuuy aau1 J1 lueatrianrjj yj ijeiH unu veiepnonflyaMilreaaprn ert- frrvm thn U aTMbBKxJliiLt A vitw uiu 111 ihx iwiiii - VtJ swarms of the m w -- 55 03X a 1 38 MaylieldIvy- Aug are taking the crops - 28 106 582 393 27 Chicago KccoiplR To day BEAK ADMIKAI KinKLAND Cars Rearjvdmiral W A Kirkland Corn Cars Oats Cars was appointed from North Carolina Hogs 11000 July 2s1850r made a midshipman 100 Head June 20 1858 Lieutenant March 18 Cattle 1859 LiQUteiiant Commander July ICM limited Itecolptft To morrow 100 Cars 16 1862 Commander March 2 1869 Wheat Cojrn 540pars Captain April 1888 Commodore Oais 425 Cars June 12 1893 and Rear Admiral March 1 1895 II ok JMurlcot He would have been placed on the 11000 Hogs To day retired list on the 2d of last month 400 Light 405 were it not for the present war Mixed f Rough1 375 He has been anxious to retire from 407 active duty as he had purcKasfcti a M255 ftfp i home at San Diego where hef Jiad Total OlciirunccH Wheat aiuf Flour Exp 765000 bus intended to make his home when placed on th retired HjJt He served at seafpght months Piano Recital Monday Night as Rear Admiral total sea service At the colored M 13 Church Mon daynight there will be a piano re Â¬ 23 years and 9 months shore or cital by MisH Sallic Moore Jones of other duty 16 years 8 months At New York who will leach music in the time of his death he was Cqin the city this fall he is oneof the mandant of the Marc Island Nayjv most accomplished muaicians of her Yard He whb well known on the race who has over been in Hopkins Pacilic coast and popular atnbng both naval olhderfe nmH viUc - Wheat I Tom Rodman at the Front Mr Thos W Rodman who is a soldier in the Louisville Legion was in the part of the regiment that arrived this week in Porto Rico and was sent to the interior to re- Â¬ tr ittt rmm fo4kKV A 4I WHMIWIMl inforce Gen Schwan The thcr wyTwf irly ail i UL IMJWCinVlrn ol the churches the Hopkinftvijle boys are on the sea KYKXMlLXTT UHMUWJ uritifu Will lin tV of themCountry Watermelons held to morrow At all Some very fine watermelons arc 4 thcrtr will be Sunday school now coming into thu city and arc Jrk QolordVKMnan Dleg getting cheap enough for all to eat ivi w years thtrn Therop tkistyear is units n ff r WW iji A tTMML t JKU 11 9 r rcn- - tmlly flu whf to th exceptional- a LAarjjjimoa m flixiu - ip Bench Warrants Executed Peter Henderson carrying dead Â¬ ly weapons and breach of the L pcaqc Tom Davie and Ed Dabney col gaming and JPhn Brinckly col for maliciously shooting Jennie jaWBurrctt coj were arrainged on SAlfcch warrants and put under Davje in dcfaulPof bond bpnli for trespassing on G W Winfrees farm was fined one cent and costs Win Farrer col for disturbing col John Carr lecture lecture at Lafayette was lined 250 and costs Satisfied Will Leave Wednesday Lexington Ivy August 13 The Fourth Regiment Kentucky Infan Â¬ try which was ordered to pVoceGVl to Camp Cuba Libre near Jackson ville Fla and report to General Fitzhugh Lee will leave Lexington next Wednesday afternoon on a Oueciuand Crescent special The RcgmgMfo iJUfinFhealtgjgniyBiv mnttivniMii iuiii isviill HKIVi Ji r TWO CARRfiLLki Hie Suit tt I w ff For Autk tlftEstaW rti mnm CJi ecks V 4 New Yprk TheStnmpcd Bank mnn I Fl in rmm- JGhclireadv stamned ban k CllCClCH have made their anitenrancu hor and arc supplied to the customers for the price of the stamps To absent minded depositors they are a great convenience as the stamp is BOlpcatcd that it is cancelled in filling it put 11 mm T T1 Mary Agnea JoscphOtnipll Huit for thej 1J fnm ir iK m - 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