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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 29 April 1898

r tt v ii 9 i Km WAR FEVER IN THE VMk f f CITY OF HOPKINSVILLE Spirit oUMts Hovering Over An Erstwhile Peaceful Community len Women and CMlta Deeply InterestedThe La tliam Light Guards Are in Readiness to Moye Captain Fcland Instructed to Keep in Touch With His Company- Orders May tome at Any nour many Notes of Local Interest fr t - uWeac pipingr times of peace have ended grim viaged wai whose front has for so lony been Smth has wrinkled w brow ag am and the doors of theteniple of janus are ciomcu On the streets night ana day there is hurrying to and fro Fx om many windows the national colors ate flying Hopkinsville ts not hind in patriotism with singular unanimity swells thectirrentof pop ular enthusiasm Vehicles and bi cycles are bedecked with bunting nnrl flnn s and streamers Hund reds of men and women are wear ing dainty and fantastic pins em bossed with the flag emblems of their patriotism Even the button fiend is getting in his work To Hell With Spain is a sentiment that appea...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 29 April 1898

BBE3f tt rn ft k SMS rv V R Published every morning1 except Monday y OKAS M MSAO tAK 218 MW r - JUST A WQRD Newport captured quete and Pirineo it The Secretary of War tailed Lieut Herbert S ii IfT i 1 iJfti M - In presenting the first issued Thk Daily Kbstockias we do not feel that a salutatory l nces hary Tub Kkstuckian is now In its twentieth year and it enjoys the distinction of being able to point to its past as an unbroken record of success It has always endeavored to meet the demands of its constit uency and it now finds it necessary to publish a paper oftcner than twice a week The daily ivkn tockian will be issued every morning- except Monday and its news bervicc will cover the field at home and abroad up to 2 a m As to the character of the paper it is here to speak for itself It starts out with a circulation of five hundred copies ancLifa future is bright and hope fujJBt will endeavor to merit the support and good opinion of the people among whom it circulates and in every r...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 29 April 1898

fii y j - jW Njif - e nyeniifa o unc 01 OWflClttwns rfer oK thoAfin World Hopkinsvillc is the home of an eWinent inventor ana ui wtotof distribution for one of the most remarKtiuie au nig vices that ever gladdened the ieRrtJ of the ftportlBfefratermty We refer to lrG E Medley aim ym fmbiis Aieuiey amoimuii Star reel It has taken Dr Medley several rearstpbrihghis invention to its resent degree of perfection The lirstcrude machine Was o bejienced eye a rai reh us But the inventor was satisfied o He would not allow be put upon the market He Is determined to overcome certain lefects which had rendered all i tomatic rules unsatisfactory to the i anirlinir fraternity To this eild he levoted several more years to study ind experiment The result is the iresent combined automatic reel rhich i pronounced bv all of Sir lunnc Waltons disitle3 tile triumphant perfection or automatic 6Vices W Before it was offered to the ing rriiteniity ic was sunup a num ber of the most expert and enthus iastic ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 29 April 1898

WW Sfr JutB - IS 4 tt 1 4 H i HERE AND THEtfE Sxla w nter at Millers Best home made candies at Bresliifs Brjkllns f of fresh home Wade candies Tropical and Domestic friiits at Brcslins m All new vegetables at WsUlia grocery to day and to morrow n Cooks for accuracy purity and f promptness in prescriptions Cooks Instant Headache Powder fotimddses for 10 cents Is the best grocery can furnish 9- you the fresliest strawberries and other vegetables L Wifd Goose Liniment is the sland ardi remedy for rheumatism and neuralgia 25 cents per bottle 4 Afrcsh line of pan candies every day at Millcrs JUslreceived a nice line of fruits at Millers Telephone 159 Engage your strawberries for Sunday at Wallis grocery 75c gallon Hot cream bread at 430 every evening Millers bakery Now is the time you want hot rolls for supper Telephone 159 Millers bakery See our line of buggies and har ness before buying J B Foley Co 108 Main St Try Millers chocolate cream claret The South Kentucky Medical As sociation ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 30 April 1898

1 voiA no 2 ii i hiiiiiii 1 ARMY 000000 TWUULkti Key West Apr 29 Sped lt SiFake 111 J the bombardment of Cardenas Cuba ii -a i m was without foundation ffl - WP llarringlp apby his ship Tllrt riaf f rilloOH w llw wuub ww j A V a Ti ProylncQtojvn Mass April 29 Special iffhh Hjjfh gale blowing and heavy rains rx The Oregons Arch Enemv i Wi2fi Ireat Naval Battle May HaveTaken Place Steamer Paris Has Not Arrlved Movements of Cruisers wr 4 t Dewey Now About Due Washington April 29 Special No news has been received from Admiral Deweys fleet enroute to Manilla Assuming- that he is bound for Manilla a calculation at the Navy Department shows he will arrive a m Saturday Manilla time is 12 hours earlier than ours The Paris Not Yet In Halifax April 29 Special A steamer sighted here and sup posed to be The City of Paris turned out to be another vessel The Paris has not arrived rts are correct and that the decree was issued Another Scare Down East EastporL Me April 29- Special Much excitement pr...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 30 April 1898

M m fcv T- 4u - IM r I pi i 3 i 4 r t i The death of Judge Thomas J Marrow removes one of the best and truest men who ever lived in Hopkinsville He was firm in his convictions loyal in his friendship upriglvtrin his intentions and hon est in all his dealings No man in the county had more friends or warmer friends than Tom Marrow and his death causes universal sor row wherever he was known and loved for his nobility of character The reception given The Daily Kentuckian yesterday morning was most gratifying Many new names were added to the lists and the street sales were very encouraging- There seems to be a lively demand for an early morning paper and The Kentuckian will try to meet the demand In the meantime we hope to have the paper a wel come visitor to every family in the city Congressman David H Smith lias heenjTrenominated by the Democrats OfihoiFoitrth District Having no rjp 1 lf t QJiposiion he was declared the nom rmt ririeHYthc Chairman of the district committee under a res...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 30 April 1898

S LORS CLOSED prin imeetii of Lmwlte ptftytcry is cnacu Qrtnd suces OtM Plsl With Hop- t j kc norinff meeting of Louisville which haa been in lTvV Altr the First Jerian Church waa one of the best - that bodv Has ever had A artre number of visiting ministers i il nn Mid elders were present - - 3uraginff reports wepre TM CitndllV bCJlOOl Lu u w held ontlieopening clay the session was 01 unuuat vt fj i rpiiti ReV B Warren of Louisville k retiring- moderator preacneuuic rninp sermon which was a very hnTnrlv effort Election or rr Wtinsuiiur tcrnvresuirca in - fc r L i t TrnrtovSmith D U 01 kCV J lvvuuv suisvillebeingchosen fitch routine business was trans i nf tho first forenoon session rich was presided over by Uhe Iwlv elected Moderator l If hr Tidies Missionary Society Letinir on Wednesday afterndfrrf 5is miw nf snceinl note Mrs Smitli Lntl Miss Todd of Louisville were Present and brought encouraging eports 6f the work of the ladies in kounds of thePresbytery it was iiowii that in the...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 30 April 1898

v MS w 9 r fc TmT7 ri jr Vv fa if t fr - I- HE WAfiTS DAMAGES Suit Filed Against the Illinois Central R R Co twenty Five Appearances for June Tern Josh Hason Adjudged Insane Court HoUse 1 va News 1 Mr Herbert Cox a young far mer residimr in the Gracey -vicinity has entered suit in the CircuitCotirt against the IHinoisCentral Railroad Company for damages Mr Cox alleges in his petilition tha the agents and employees of the defendant corporation were guilty of gross and willful carless ness and negligence in refusing to Atop their train at Greens crossing on April 13th to take him on as a passenger Hesaysthaton thesaid date he had very importantbusmess in Hopkinsville and had no other means of transportation than tne I J Companys C train Ae alleges imf that this is a Hag station and that the comdany is unuer contract iu stop there Wherever a passenger desires to jrefon or off He alleges that ho hailed the train in due time for the ajrents to have stoppea it but instead of doing so they...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 1 May 1898

It is said will be changed to Yale GENBROOKES IDEA BSH ipnfpppppff Daily OREGON HAS ARRIVED - AT RIO JANEIRO Blanco Mistilsts the Cubans and Abandons His Policy of Conscription MASSO AND HIS CABINET WILL MAKE MATANZAS A SEAT OF GOVERNMENT Rumored that Admiral Deweys Squadron Has Blockaded Ma nilla But No Official Report Has Been Received Rio Janeiro April 30 Special The battleship Oregon accompanied Iby the gunboat Marietta arrived here at 6 oclock p m The Spanish torpedo Temarario about which so much has heen said is now at Buenos Ayrcs and has been left far to the south The talk of being de layed on Sandy Poinkfor coal it now transpires was a clever ruse to iconpeal the whereabouts of the ships The way is now clear and the best baftleliip in the United States fleet will soon reach the seat of war A New Capitol Washington April 3Ql Special It is learned that Gen Blancos order conscripting Cubans for the Spanish navy is no longer enforced as he is afraid to trust any of the natives ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 1 May 1898

n iV il V V I aM m j ii t m I m fl I f m I i 1 a The enterprise of The Ken TUCKiANin giving up-to-date illus trations of the war is commended on all sides The excellent map of Cuba yesterday was the first cor rect representation of the scene of waJthat has been given to the r88Eft any local PaPer in this WvWlSrv mtmp flS Late dispatches say the Spanish government is on the point oi ex pelling all Americans from Spain Perhaps the reason why Spain fhasnt crossed over is because sne hasnt been able to buy any coal on fcrcdit for steaming purposes den Miles held another coufci1 Svcnce at wasningiun Holding conferences is about ail S the General seems to be doing in iU jtn - Hi Train robbers held up a train in 4f Texas and went through it to the tune of 20000 It must have been -the State Press Associations ex cursion train judging by the rich- -v of the haul The Southern Baptist convention meets at Norfolk Va this week the session beginning on the 5th and lasting until the 12th It will i...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 1 May 1898

SJ JKi r Miaf m v jTiifr Hi sHHr M m l Sesyi Published every morning except Monday by CKAB J JOtACXAX W PsiANMbM Per Month So far we seem to be killing instead of killing- Spaniards is be ii jrij i J s - - about doing- uiecjTa jjoops irom getting any of the ffjcy for licking Spain As the refiitlar army has been on a peaebaafs for thirty odd years it in diflicnltto see how It has been hardened to actual service by occupying- forta in Chicago and other t1tit Fighting and not flrestf parade is what vve nd and tbe itoooer tfee better iS3K time Late dispatches say the Spanish rrrovernment is on the point ot ex Spelling- all Americans from Spain Perhaps the reason why Spain rinDf nooMnvnriR because she hasnjt been able to buy any coal on credit for steaming purposes it - V GcnvMtles held another at Washington yesterday ti r nil Holding- conferences the General seems io Hhe campaign in Train robbers held up a train in Texas and went through it to the tune of 20000 It must have been the Sta...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 1 May 1898

prm iornmercial CmrentiM Will Be mOrnU Success ERYWOV INTERESTED fN iT ndustria Development Is Ope Thing uesirea 1EMAEKABLE 8PI1IT OF PKOaRESS It I Xot fw the Bflt r 01nM bHt r th Ma MAny IwpertHBL B I jwM Will o DtoowHWtTW THOS8 t I empeteat te I AmIh Uh Con- tlou mhu ieveinpo - of Lew 1roflW Mgd to the XxbIimIoh Hkle Thlnc TrtmVwa firnt stato commercial I t ICUlMiJ -- roodtwUcM to bo hoia In Loulsvmo May 11 and 12 is to toe a succese iuo movement in that direction has pro gressed far enough to wisure tboso engineering it of that fact t vt in in r aiifecess because tho iwver the farmer tho merchant tho ianufacturer tho lumber ueaior mo fine owner tho stockralser the Rr and tho journalist will all unite in one grand effort to push Kentucky and her untold resources to the front It is to bo a success because business talks are td take tho place of political speeches because promotion and de velopment are to be discussed to tho I exclusion of less profltaoio tnings finally it is to bo ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 1 May 1898

jEJMft is mti Hi Will Be oramerciv MT a Grand Success YERYBODY lKtERESTDN IT m T u1 idustrial Development JOneIng LCdll CUI IEMARK ABLE 8FIBIT OP PROKESS It U Not for the Benefit of a OImn t i Mniweii Many Important Thoso Mo1 JoU Will Be Competent v to Ibidit ldered to the XwlutloB of Less able llilngi r Tinvi first state commercial corivtntloato be heia la toulavillo May 11 and 12 Is to ho a success Tho movement in that direction has pro- ereBaed far enough to assure inoau engineering it of that fact It JM tO Ue H SUCCUSB uauuno mw iwver the farmer tho merchant tho nunttfActurer tho lumber dealer tho lilne owner the stockralsor tho bank- br and tho journalist will all unite In hnn trmnd effort to nush Kentucky and feor untold resources to tljo front It jla to be a success because business talk3 are td take the place of political eneechesj because promotion and de- lYolopmont are to bo discussed to tho exclusion of less profitable things anally It is to bo a success because tho itim...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 1 May 1898

I I f l A- t 5 J UNDER THE SPIRES v A b WHcre To Worship This Sabbath f Day Dr Nash does To Norfolk Rev Plners Vacation Bishop Dud ley at Grace Church interest to church people of all de nominations Rev W K Piner will fill his pulpit at the Methodist church at the usual hours Rev Chas H Nash of the Bap tist church will preach in the morning at which time it will be announced whether there will be an evening service as Dr Nash is still somewhat enfeebled from his late illness mill Rev H D Smith will preach at the Christian church morning and eening at the usual hours Rev Dewitt of the Cumberland Presbyterian church will be in Princeton today installing a new pastor and there will be no services at his church mill Rev Arthur Roberts will hold the usual services at the Universa list church preaching morning and e veiling iiiiii Rev S N Vail is out of the city and there will be no preaching at -the First Presbyterian church but the usual Sunday School will be held at 930 oclock BISHOP D...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 3 May 1898

v rn V t M i X If f H I I m fi f in w vw 3f friSR HI I 7 t 1 4 I Fit V NO OFFICIAL COMMUNICATION RECEIVED FROM COMMODORE t Ml DEWEY UP TO 1 A M Washington May 3 1 a inpecial Up io the close of office jurs the only imformation received at the department of the brilliant ifory of Admiral Dewey was through the medium of the press dispatch- es 1W3 nor jqiown wnen auvices wm come as it is tnougnr tne Span iards destroyed the electrical aparatus of the cable before surrendering In this event it will be necessary to send a report to Hong Kong which will delayHtie report Great anxiety is felt as to fatalities to Americans It is feared that the Spanish managed to inflict severe damages andthat Deweylost a considerable portion of his men If this be true he will be embarrassed in holding Manila There is talk of sending troops from San F ranciqco to assist in this work unless he can use the insurgents to garrison the city but it is more likely that the department willawaitthe official report Th...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 3 May 1898

N h U tM MrtVtwSw fcT n V Per Annum Per Month Admiral Deweys name may ritrht since ii i Now that Admiral finished the war on side we ought to make The Spanish steamer Panama captured by the little Mangrove is worth 700000 one half of which will be given the Mangroves of ficers and crew As there are but few of them the fortunate ones will make a ten strike The British Consul at Cienfucgos wired the American Consul at Kingston Jamaica to send a war ship there to rescue American citi zens whose lives are in danger A ship at once gave the town a shelling but it is not said whether the Americans were rescued or not The war was postponed a week to let them get out of Cuba and they ought to have done so last month The first issue of The Daily Ken tuckian of Ilopkinsville has reached our exchange table and it is a moet creditable sheet in make up and matter It is an offshoot of the semi weekly of that name edi ted and publlshod by Chas M Meacham one of the best known and most popular newspa...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 3 May 1898

I1 M - - MANILA m Wehinsrtom D Os May 2 r 1 Is has yeen r t 1 r p r - f rT 9ncenieu so nirAR can ue learned Lxl 1 J f it- l il iwtiwpiMioii Mr ine uenarture i r - - m Of tte expedition tmswcck hrusffinot ucbu lUMwoniinueu ami wupin aicw dVthe1propcKjetrbase of supplies wl Kb tetr6iurrr cktablisbnfl nnmo feii i tle Cuban coast itWn tui iame short time it js bcteditlsothat the armies of the nirgentu wdlbe provide with w iai vsii i - vuffii rtuni juiu mnu ftioa xn tsf 1HC iwsseIed NKwimyujmi pl Hie j ar I iiiir it till- i iruviui Mi uib imaim youa te arauousMyoric of preriaHhir - - tu a fi i wv orsi expeuitKin wLubit jui frryinjf out other measured at nir a state of war has made it KB - 1- TT - T ary to coiwKierthimmi prpiBeaejjMBMw wawKiP v HAS American fleet under fcdmmodore JDewkttacked the Spanish fleet in the WboVdf Manilla yesterday lifwfcllGstroi3etl it The fact that all thd news of the battlp is coming frpm Spanish souiccft indi cateuthattheSpanlsli are still In poesiou of Mani...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 3 May 1898

m ft rJ c H P T 86 c nr in t1 W Y9 V y T mii ft mi i mm i WAS A BUSY DAY fmporUnt Orders in the Coun ty Court Yesterday Several Road Overseers were License Ornt i ed Real Estate Transfers if s fcW la W 4 to 11 m v m m iFvSy i Yesterday was a busy day in the Sounty Judges and Clerics oii I u i Miimliprof in ns is eviaencuu uj -- creating entries on the pages ui the order book In the matter of the new puwic road from the l aimyra iuuv - foell Station J T Stegar was fmoved as one of the Commissioners slm hoi nf ineluribleon account of having signed the petition R S substituted A S Cheatham was Gary being unable on account of physical infirmity to serve in the T - nr n fnmmissioner G W iyvj SaYells was appoinicu m Overseers Appointed mndebv the ni u nrp -Court appointing the following road over seers L L Jenkins Madisonville and Cadiz road from L T Morel ands to AVilliam tiftongate J B Poof Princeton road to the nvcll county line W S Cheatham Millers Mill road from Cheatman s gate to th...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 4 May 1898

ft r i vn i T kV Wfcw i ITfliiiwiiiiilii i rr tW f B 1 WORD FROM fM f TO THE PHILIPPINES f r v tSU fl fXl4t Uioc Vn1tintorr4 Went of iV15 ji lire hlssissippi May Be Sent vi- According to Colonel W J Volk riuih Adjutant General department olthe Colorado the volunteers raised in the states Vestof the Mis souri will probably be sent across riitfncific Ocean to hold the Phil ippine Islands It will be neces sary to hold the islands said Colonel Volkmar while the war is being prosecuted in other directions and what would be more natural than for the troops recruited in the West to be placed aboard in the harbor of San Francis co and sent tp occupy the important posts in the Philippine Islands The Government may dicker with Japan as to the future ownership of but in the meantime H the territory must be sepurelyvheld Ink joins victory is far reaching in its m character but does not mean that ITS flir irriT tirill lnnnonmft tr n o1ncf f v fc iw That does not follow by any means although the ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 4 May 1898

t J V e jy jt v - W hp a j WvJf I I fi I sr - -- u MMMawiaraE - n TCbe ails ttentjtcfct PuUhhedarery mornlinTeMcpt Monday by CXA X JMACXAM 312 KU sPw ANNUM rirv iv JEH iuniii m4m jc jjlf Martial law has been declared at iJll A li1 AW H lflticll noting IP iuflu YT5 Dr DaWdW Yandell the mdsf eniment of Kentucky surgeons died at LouiayllleMonday at a ripe old iJ - j France has sent some warships to Havana to take care ol renen Bubjccsmhcn the bombardment is begun Of the 200000 soldiers who have been sent to Cuba by Spain jhc latest report is that only 60000 arc lit for duty ieutnTc7nUl of the 20lh in fantry suicided at Mobile a day or 1 n kv was two ago oecause ins iuiujjuiv npt sent to Cuba Admiral Deweyit is said entered Manila harbor under cover of the darkness In other words he had Shins That Pass In The Night - Gen Blanco went through the F form of inducting into othce tne Cu ban Autonomist Cabinet Tuesday r Is it possible that Blanco has not Heard irom Manna Chickens are said to ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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