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The daily Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1898-1898, May 17, 1898, Image 2

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Missouri National Guards
jjDewcy is a Republican and not a
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fOT t iii nf Rnn Juan but
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VailifetoI
LDevpraraTfiattHa was at
Ik oclock Sunday morning but according-
to our time it was 3 oclock
IsatuVday hftef noon tne cmy uui
Jutf V
Ahoufcthd onlv thing tho fanners
vBffiJfld itq make them supremely
C fTrwoo another irood tobaccoi
P alonn and they got that yester
uay
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Tin Vimvn to a few words ofl
Dlahi truifi is that the
Spanish have for nearly four weeks
Wriessfullv prevented tncunvasiuu
AfknUn hv the land and naval
forcSfOfthpJJnitcd States
4 The Cour ier Journal has tdc
clared for Dewey and Lee as a
WAfeHlehtfal ItticKCtfiamincinwai
records It does not state what par-
ty ittwante theipto bepppijnatedbj
atid Salvador
Johnson two Now Ydrk war corres
pondents have been captured by
the Spanish and an effort is being
fliad9 tpsecure their release by ex
dinge They- are in Fort Ca
banas Havana -
Irtee borrow the Republican
niifcttitjddgeat Williamsburg has
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ffUecitted tne wnitiey county gcrry
rraander linconstitutional Whitley
lcpnty Was taken out of the Third
Tappetlatq district by the legisla4
I Jure and put in the Fifth The-
Scasp wUl of course go to the Ap i
M RfiUte pur for final decision
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Lieut Bassett was in town yes-
tftrdav Decause nis
ipany at Jexington was furnish j
intc only sixteen blankets Justi
why the Government should hav
adoptei the ratio 10 to i in thi
matter rlG blankets to 1 company
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V M I ln mnrln lnor
IlilS IlUt Uttl 11I11HV VllU1
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BJanco sent out a couple ot
Spanish warships from Havana
harbor Saturday afternoon and at
temptqajrto decay blockadingships
within range of his four mile guns
1bHbth Americans weretoqwary tcj
have the Wmslow blunder re
inn i iii i
peated
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Admiral Dewev is maintaining a
iiiddk of Manila and can take it
tinleheia ordered to proj
liceedj Food is getting so scared
hat ihqrsefiesh is bQUif eatenj
Insurgents have been supplied
jjith arms and are investing thq
citv from the rear Th6 city
abput ready to surrender
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The wcrst feature of he Cubar
l k froubleis that the insurgent force
areYop small to be taken into con
tm smeraiion in prosucuuiiKuc wai
If Admiral Cervera with onlj
ti Ti I 4
i jfWV nine ships attempts to get an
v nearer to Cuba surrounded as it if
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There appears to oe no army worn
speaking of the only troops so fai
iounu umng siruyuuiK uauu
If il
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guerrillas most ot tnem epioreu
H
uy lour times as many Ainericiii
ships he must be not oiily a bravi
but a recklessiman lf4 tlie objec
is tp fight Cervera it would seen
tliat the thing to do is to go after
iiimV since lie is known to be only
feW hundred miles away Pla
iballand cannon ball at that
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MajSR jCrumbough at prescn
Supervising inspector of steam ves
rsea at Cincinnati wants to be apl
poinded a1 Brigadier General of Volt
unteer He thinks hs prospect
fpr jppoiptment aregopd as th
President is his perspnal frieiv
apd wtfj Ijkcly be glad ql an
tiiltyto atppe for theliakby treati
t nienlj accordipg thq Jiiajprjin JcqepJ
ing liW out of a appointmentjfPT
morcpian a year aftqr the Adfni
ifitration went uuo oiuce stjy
Crumbaughfs friends here win be
glad to ace him realize his nM
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PeiTrercd by carriers I
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ball iart of tho city at iiimmmjui i f
10 OMSTM W WWKC
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MKRJ 2 as PM Week Jo
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WjggpiatTypr11 i
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Curocba coast of Vcric2Uc
lti Vheri Ccrvcr fleet -was laWt
seen is 500 miles from Cuba ancl
the SpafiiHh said to be shorti
Of codl and otherwise outoi conur
tJibn Sampsoh anUSchldy ardHrfw
at oppbsite end 6f Gubll dhdwparl
of Watsons fleet is at uientuegos on
the sdilth coast Nov is the lime
fhom to htrik Cctverh
should not be allowddtd cscapd
Thdtinie hris conic to g6 after f the
Spanish adhiiraU Hi fleet should
be hemmed in and destroyed where
out delay
riidSptttikilV prisemdrHhtFortj
McPhcrPAarebengi guardpd by
the Twenty fifth Regiments of col
ored soldiers1 Tne officers have a
separate table but the privates
are required to eat wjth their
guayds
English Colonial Secretary Cham
berlain in a speech advocated the
formation Cof an offensive and de
fensive allinnce by the Unitdd
States and Great Britain This
following up the poem of the Poet
Laureatcof England some weeks
ago ijusingffftddal of com-
meutiin the newspapers
REMENY DROP DEAD
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The Great Violinist Expires While
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Responding to AnEncore
San Francisco May
ard Remcnyi who has held royalty
enchanted and hasenthrallSd fash
ionable audiences all bver the
world fell dead last afternbon at
the Orpheum Theatre in this city
It was Remenyis first appearance
on the vaudeville stage As thej
great artist appeared and was
greeted with tremendlious applause
he bowed his acknowledgment arid
seemed immensely pleased at a
multuous encore
Reineny i commenced to playl
Delibis Pizzicati He Had just
completed a few bars of the difficultj
finjrering when he leandd forward
as it to speaK to one or tne musician
in the orchestra continuing hisj
piece He seemed to pause for a
minute and then slowly fell for-
ward on his face Ghe of the mu4
sicians caught him just before hq
touched the stage and prevented
him from rolling off
All was over He was carried
from the stage and physicians were
immediately summoned out tne
aged musician was past medicaj
aid
Edouard Remenyi was born iri
HUnirarv 64 years aero He leaves
a widow son and daughter vvh
reside in New York
WHERE SLEEP THE BRAVE
Graves of Confederate Dead To Be
Decorated Thursday The
Programme
The annual decoration of the
graves of Confederate solders - at
Hopewell Cemetery will take place
Thursday May 19 this being the
anniversary of the unveiling of the
beautiful monument which marki
their last resting place
The exercises will be under the
auspices of the ladies of the Confed
crate memorial association of Chrisr
tian county A pr6gramme has
been arranged which cannot fail t6
interest all who revere the memory
of Southern heroes and cherish
their valor and devotion
While simpleand brief the exer
cises will be in keeping with the
occasion The programme in ful
is a folio vs
Prayer Rev V L I5r6ursc
Memorial Hymn Ghoii
Address JDrlM B DeWit
Prayer Rev R S Cartel
Benediction 4
Prof Edmund Ilatrisoii
The members Of Ndd Merriweth
er Bivouac and their families will
attilrtd in a body
All Conleuerate soldiers are inf
Titdd to attend and participate
and are requested to meet at La-
tham monument at 2 p m sharp
and fall iflV
All persondesiring to contrib
rute iloweni Vill please deliver thenji
to the comriiittee at the cembter v
before 12 oclock on the 19th iiiiitf j
Thb following description Jthe
BSmlnalion of a recruit taken from
JJKJiPW
lVheii iT man 1 nters me rerqit
ftg room he is asked his bus
iness If he diVcMJfo8Mtfs1J
tne Serireant asKS mm yiK l4
mestions ii-
Your name Age Birtjldfiy
Birthplace KesiuencvMH ahu
acitizcnof the United StatcBVhat
Is your object in enlisting - Hi
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rf waving answuicu wsmum
tfens satisfactorily the candidate
fer enlistment is asked to sign his
jiame Alter xms wiuinmj i
rKnrUt for tlie oh vsical examination
til A 7 m s ifii dia m
CDliejiScrgeantianaTcieTK wjiiwucinjw
mail to a rear room
fortune of a reporter jorwrnipaBMne
of tneie examioatfoifsf3ili aJtfobr
dav The candidate for enlistment
was an Indiana boy- twenty one
years old He wanted tdjight for
What branch tojie service do
you want to join
The heavy artillerj
Very often the hrst requisite to
nAtfiti i imu jtiK QinffT ilf
the examination is a bath It hap
pens ccasionaliyihatrffman t ap
plies for enlistmentyho just comes
for the purpose of getting a free
bath In this ease however the
bath was nunecessary The man
who was to be examined hadtaken
a bath beforii appiyitfgStfbebfficc
The bath dispenriedvith heva
placedqa the scales anditweighed
His height to the sxteeh of anj
inch was next asceriiained hen1
he was stationed in the faf xornerl
oftie room while the Sergeant theld
a card iipqn which was pvjnttjd a
number of letter1 Spme jf these
lettqrs were ipyerted apdrjuigdl
rrU iii
in various wiijs jlhu vaiuiuaiir
yas cabled upon to namethese let
ters one after another IJtjboth
eyes were tested togethertheneach
eye was tested singly andn turn
Having passed the examij9atiopjorj
sight the yould be sflierwasi
called upon to stand autestfor
deafness Both ears were tried to
gether Then each ear was tfistd
It was dpne jn this way pi Ser j
geant went into tfie next roomaifd
repeated in a low tone of voicety u
haye a wjfe and three children j
Ihayqa yifq and three chjlj
drenpromptly repeated the can j
dldate Phrases Jjkethese wera
tj ed ard repeated until the examj
ining Qfliccrs were satisfied that hG
bpys ears werqall right Thcn
was taken tp avindow where the
Sergeant inadejiim open his raputli
very wide 1
4Nowsay ahf He said it and
satisfied the Sergeant that hTs
tthrtoat was all right Then his
teejh ere examined They
alirjght Then the Sergeant ex
aminedhi heart It was fpun
Hi lungs werc all right thifc
tune the boy was stripped as nakgc
as the day he came into the wprlcjL
Noycome out with both aiiiis
at once
The ypmig soldier ftrucl -
straight from tle shoulder as if e
intepdedto feU an pv BotharW
weregiyen individual tests pf
saniekind He as made to YQH
hisljeadi tP A bis right foot oj
ward with hjs hejl on the grQupdj
towprl histoes yhjle his foot jya
m ppsition TJjen he was caned
upon to rase -hi foot in the air aijd
wor his toes In a similar manr
ner every mifsclpi oonp iind jqirI
the body were tested
Then the young man was minutel
pxajnined ftonvjliead to fopt
moes pirtnrinarjts scars or any
pther njarkj jphpre wps nptja
mark on tnat 4 poy tnat wnfi not
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recprueu eventoine ynpqinaton
mark i The color of his hair and
eyeswas afso rtecprdfl l J
Finally UieSergeantsaid MYquill
MAVhat doilgpt tPLgp saidtj
bpy as ie pratced about the roqur
yp8 yquUgo Hpre tukpd
tadge sajdthqSprgeant suddenly
8vinging aroimd and handing th
boy a box of bright hued badgw
The pew man reached fqrhisbadgei
Take a grcep one He rpachf
forarodpne
Take a blue one I mean and
the boy picked out a blue ouq
Take redone He picked put
a rcu one uetojre rtuawnec upon
him that he vk uejing tested1 for
colbr blindnM ThisbVer he nut
on his clothes He hft d paHec
He was allowed to returo tp hi
npme to tea m renu8 gooajDyt
The nexruny he wa went to Cliich
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childrqnf flippers
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sf l iy Afex n nn ncr
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Tlfiy vare Wiifesmaclb by the best tailors and from THE BEST
Arc you interested in the prices of Ladies arid Cliiltlreris Slippers
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Is invited to lnspfc my large stock of Spring Dry Goods Notion
ing etc before making heir
departments
purchases Everything new and up-to-dale in all
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cloth
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GIVE US AlCALL AND WE WILLPIiEASE YOU
Remember the PlaceNext Door to Hardwicks
Ladies
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decided to cut the 1 2 JN TWO- all ot ourJ indies and
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AX BfALF PRICE
Our Little Griant shoes and slippers are the best wearing goods brougiir tb this
market and every one who has ever tried tlierh will testify this truth of tlii0isrtion
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Ladies Plain Heedle and Coin Toe Slippers
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Mr Morton Watlur
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THE NEWS 01 THE DAT IN
iTHE r6stV DISPATCH
15 cents a week soveu days if de
livered by agent CO cents a month
if sent by mail i
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Reirienyi the grfcut violiniat who
blayed here- n few yeare1 ago
dropped dead in San Francjuop
Sunday night while playing on th
stage to aHtige nudience
WAIX PAPER
T Do you expect to do auy pa-
poring Wo will send you frep
a largo eolectiou of sampled from 3ii
per roll up All uqw coloriuga and
novolties up to dto WE PAY
FREIGI Wo want an agenjt
in every town to soil on commission
from lttrtfu BUtiipla books No canitul
roquirU Por samples or particulari
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WORTH 75c 100 125 and i 50
CUT PRICE 40c 50c 65c and 75c
250 pairs childrens black kid and tan oxfords worth worth 75c 100 L25 and 150
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CUTPRIGE 40 50 65 75 CTS
1 We will also put in this saletiur entire line of Little Giant black kid and tan
button spring heel shoesi sizes from 5s to 13s at same big reduction Half Price
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- New York Cost
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within a radias of 70 miles of Hopkinsville
Up-to-date
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To Gity Subscribers 10 Cents
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Delivered at Your Door by 6 a m
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