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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 27 May 1898

t VOI 1 SO 26 TOSEEGOVBRADLBL Committee From Tiiis City Will Confer With Him Gaincs Companyat Lexington in a Bad Way riilltnry Matters of Interest Lieut 15 B Bassett one ot the most capable and soldierly members of the State Guards is a cardidate for the position of Major of the Third regiment the place having been left vacanfrbyaJlie promotion nf Msn Colsi ohKO JiHit Bassett has t fnr Irfteeirwears been connected with the State Guards lie was a member of the Louisville Legion wften a mere boy and was in the fight at Ashland Ky with the Neal and Craft mob He has had much experience in military affairs and has been an officer in the State Guards for the last several years Lieut Bassett has received the voluntary endorsements of almost the entire town and the Governor will greatly please the people of Hopkinsville of all parties if he will promote this g allant young offi cer to a position he is so well quali fied to fill He is not only a brave soldier but is a gentleman of the highes...

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. — 27 May 1898

M - v i Jed t - Ji u ima WfflQ fm m m M 1 9 fiTHHK rp m h f mm T i i4 i -T i y ti l If A fi y 5 fVvV her hl i jW Clar W l4ifive waselected TV rij XMJI XEbe 2ail funtuckian fnibllshod evfcry morning except Monday by OKAS M MMACXAM 212 S Main py JpERMONTlt den Wheeler has tendered Brylhn a position on his staff theoffer may be accepted i ddfjpf the Kentucky G A R ColJSIIenry S Cohn at Green The meeting will be held atCovington v Mr and Gladstones remains were vieweu by4liousands of people at Hawari London Wednesday evening- GOv Bradley Col Watterson VahdJCdl Brcckcnridge were the principal speakers in the military t jamboree at Lexington Wednesday V ThoS W Kecne the tragedian If is with appendicitis and A h uncancelled his theatrical engage 4 irifent in Canada and has one to 7 New York for treatment JS ji The bombardment of Morro 1 1 e ac uavana is tu ucyui jji a - days and the big thirteen inch giuib of the Oregon will be allowed to participate in it JW Hammond of Louisville Departme...

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. — 27 May 1898

a CMv H A ItopclcMN in3 UUtUf MWi r heh tersn jtoMtfautf Mrtlun nro WHHiiues for trtlttfi ttuait Sf Are you mire of thut V itWlltltJ Then will I OJi kindly couvcy tin- In formation jo the press thut my private business has become so piAtlng Unit jn justice to tuystdf ntU family 1 fool that I eun no longer ntfrtid to nuglput U ConstpiriiMininpOHltholv re fuse to iictfpU urcclgallni jindcr any clrctinMuflcc3r - liWjib0 Tost ft Onue toss r lniiw ilpiiir4nmMis lnItrMi nu Ut3 I jjfci il v fihe lid lnT Iitisumtui into tthe parlor tJ wnnt to sliow ydn nty new Inmp thndc but I am really n fruit Ive mode n mistake Dont ypu think llintthe orniige color In it kills the effect of t fit rest of the decorations So replied Mr McFlride after a critical survey -of the lump shade and Hie room I ani very sorry to say Hint it doesiitTown Topics ISnfnrccil Snlitmtli llrciikliitr Mrs He acon Hill to her nephew who has just returned from a visit to New Vc rU And Browning did you nl waya remember to keep t...

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. — 27 May 1898

If ii I r l irfiar IE stj rr mm lfrrff I wrfrrm - i WM s KENTUCKY UNIYERSALISTS Annuil Convention o be Here To day Ks ntr - S Held An Interesting Program Arranged and Many Visitors Expected V The Kentucky Universalis con X vcnflon will meet in annual session jn this city to day A large tierof distinguished ministers of thisfaith will be in attendance and the program will be full of interest- nig features The sessions will be held at the Univcrsalist church on Vt TH -MM ofnnf nrlfl hf ntlhlfn irnuuu iiiuiii on - r generally is invited to be present during the settings of the body 1- flio offiiinl TAiim ir c nnvrrniti hi - riT 7M5f FRIDAY MAY - m Organization r r c ii aim i ociiiiuii Li 2 pTm Our Convention Works y reports ere m Sermon Jg SATURDAY 9 aTrm Praise Service iOam Business llii in Occasional sermon by V Rev Arthur Roberts follow J ed by Holy Communion pm The Relation of the Sun- 0 day School and Y P C U to the church Addresses by V- Rev Arthur Roberts Rev M L Pope Rev W E Mc...

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. — 28 May 1898

h - VOL 1 NO26 MYSTERY AT HOWELL Stranger Falls Unconcious oil R R Track Was Well Dressed and a Mason Refused Positively to Give His Name Howoll has a mystery The folk of the thrifty little village in South Christian arc deeply interested in the identity of a stranger wlio lies at the home of one of Howells citi zens in a yery critical condition At 11 oclock yesterday morning a well dressed man of rather pre- - possessing appearance walked through the village following the track of the L N railroad He looked neither to the right nor the left and seemed oblivious of the curious eyes that followed s him About one hundred yards north of the town be was seen to reel sud denly throw up his hands and fall by the side of the track He did not rise and several citizens went to his rescue He was lying un concious where he had fallen There was a slight incision on his head caused from contact with a cross tie as he fell Kind and willing hands conveyed the unconscious stranger to a store and a ...

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. — 28 May 1898

i rv n P ttr Jtf K -- Saa Juan - t 1BEJL ISk SscMk w mzr ifmT HaEST if vilAM VF i JtTGermany growing United States and do The cables at fij ttfoe Hail Iteittudfuan - I IP iimnil ILJUuAjS ljaW hd etery mecnnjr eswpt Monday fcjr CHAS X SUSACKAM 313 S Main Nr - JJr Mrrn 11 make a better job of it oW iKMJtwtll be remembered that Dewey went inside the bottle and bottled jnkspanish fleet from the inside The Populists Silver 4nk and Liberty parties of Ohio v thrive formed a fusion and may sc- Sett a new partv name j kThe first army tof 125000 is now car complete and the invasion of Jfuba is still in the future If Garity has reported for duty gjjvhy not let the battle proceed 2 fc SfoIajor M H Crump one of the hibSr soldierly men in Kentucky has been given a Majors commis sion br Governor Bradlev and may ibe assigned to the Third battalion ir Sampson is said to along tlie north coast of Cuba going in an opposite direction from San Juan which was supposed to ul jin ucakiuuuvu and Prance are ...

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. — 28 May 1898

t3 v pin Mr tfHN LULU LEARNS t J Tea it is a pocketbook Sewered in n mechanicalvoico Vi ffffBCW TO VLM J jm father t jot lifa Vlord - And bought hf A Jttnd which Uff Tho nclghlior tnea have hotirdX For Lulu practices with steal At least three hourri a day Aid wd shall uU b6 ao relieved When Lulu learna to play I Sho started In tlirooveek fig9 - Or mord to learn the dtialen 0he trlC ihm fifty tlrnds May And fifty times sho falls 8ho knows ono fascinating tunc She say Its Dourest Mae And oh wo ahall bo so relieved When Lulu learns to play I With patience and hard work wo know Great wonders may bo done And Lulus jilaylng Is hnrcl work Thais clear to everyone Sho mayget quite expert In time Her flattering teaohors say And everyone will be relieved When Lulu learns to play Somcrvlllo Journal VICTIM OF AHOTMiGLEBK r UAQ Profossor a Ruined Man Owinff to Ono Shiner If it had not been for ono of you fellows I might now be supporting myself comfortably by my hypnotic powers instead of playing...

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. — 28 May 1898

i jkp j o J US f i frk s A fc ssasa - jWT raK sKvVn v u PEgSGNALOOSSiP ii Ernest iegar bt Beverly -was in the city yesterday Edwin Garner of Lafayette was In the city yesterday Squire M D Davie of Beverly was Uie city ycatcrdayi MrsKfltQward Major of Beverly wasmlhc city yesterday JA Thomas of Nashville was aLhePhaenix yesterday J 15 Taylor of Newport was a guest at the Phoenix yesterday lra John D Clardy of Church V IlHij Spent yesterday in the city - Mr and Mrs Ben White of y - Cadiz were among- the visitors Fri- day Miss Katie McDaniel is visiting Uanumber of the county schools this nvccic jrCharlev James of Evansville is Shaking hands with ITopkinsville friends s Miss Ada Carrington Bacon of Arkansas is visiting her aunt Mrs John U Clardy Mips Fannie Wash of Wallonia is the guest of Dr Bacons family on South Virginia street Max J Moayon will leave this Jmbrning for Louisville where he vWill spend several weeks Miss Lelia Wicks left yesterday ior Madisonville where she will be 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. — 29 May 1898

w t h tf A il rvft si VOL 1 NO 27 CAMARA i C M S FLEET HAS SET SAIL Second Squadron Coming Over to be Bottled Up SENATOR LINDSAY VOTES WITH THE REPUBLICAN ON THE REVENUE BILL MADRID MAY 28 It is officially announced tliat tlie Spanish Reserve Squadron commanded by Adm Cam ara lias left Cadiz Before going to its destination the Squadron will maneuver prohahly for several days in the for the Philippine open sea afterward immediately sailing pine Islands Cuba or the United States as the Govern ment may judge most opportune The Squadron is understood to he composed of ten or twelve vessels Now You See If Now You Dont Pay Your Money Take Your Choice Key West Pla May 28 Itis now almost certain that Commodore Schley has the Spanish licet bottled up in the harbor of Santiago de Cuba -- Tlicre iff so little doubt about this that the naval -campaign is proceed ing upon the assumption that Admiral Cervera is fiicapablc of doing any harm CapeJHaytien Hayti May 28--A rumor has reached here of an...

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 May 1898

i V Ml 11 N fcj i I i A With 25OfO0O men underarms and rfedy anil anxious to move there is noJonger any grounds for delay B something Mr President do ii thrall and Jones will now pre ccMtofell all about Tiiat heavy cannonading in the julward Passage reported Home of the papers turned beJmostly wind out trhci Presidejit seems to be par ticularJstroiifr on calling for sol iffifijdlul asking Congress for money 3A London dispatch says Spain is anxious for peace and all she wants is an opening To be sure an open fffg is all Cervera wants just now Col Watterson was introduced by Cflh Breckenridgc at that military blowout at Lexington Did they ride to the speaking together in the same closed hack The President has appointed about 30 more Brigadier Generals half from civil life Wm AV Cor clbn of Georgia is the only South ern man appointed The list in cludes Fred D Grant a son of Gen TJ S Grant The prize board has passed upon the iirtjt six Spanish prizes taken TheiCatalonia and Mijruel Jova...

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 May 1898

J a y frV t utriniiifTiiitirfcuiirtawiiriwiinin iiiiifiiifiv liiiitriiir ritMirtMMwaWMM 040ft AMD BHITOW TitKpk of iho English Lanjiuatfo fa Louisiana f The anuouncemdnt that tliiXcuia jana constitutional conventiohin scs gioh in New Orleans proposos to ilrop French as one of the officianangtmges of the State came with a lively element of surprise to mnny -people who had never supposed tliijt French could ho an olllcirtl lnnguag0 tuiywnere in tnis country It seerhs indeed odd at this distance thai the publication in French o legal documents and offi cial notices has been a necessary for mality in anystnto beneath the stars and stripes But Iho well known per sistent inability of Creoles to under- Btand English in the days before the war coiitinucd tho traditions of the past Since tho general overturning of the fortunes and influences at tendant upon tho now order of things tho orcolo youaig people have become moro Americanized They all speak French and English with equal Of tho 134 d...

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 May 1898

k vi f IS i t 5 e im m V I wm V k 9BH mi i HORSES RAN MVAY Srkus Accident to fllss Wllllo Radford and Her Guest Nar X rowly Averted Tlmrn Vns a livefv rilliaWaV Otl the Clarksville pike Saturday after noon that fortunately resulted in no serious consequences Miss Willie Radford and her gjifot Mrs Will Garnett of Chica go started to towt behind Mr Jas A handsome pair of black horses On the way to town the animals became frig-ht- fenbd and ran away The driver Mi fMcGowan held them with a Jinn grip but was unable to stop them On they dashed until the vehicle finally struck an obstruc tion the roadside and the traces hrnkft loose The horses still plunged ahead pulling the driver over the dashboard and leaving lUc ladies sitting in the vehicle badly Scared but unhurt Mr Mc Gvan finally quieted the animals and the trip was resumed SAW MILL BURNED WJicat Crop Ruined in Fruit Hill Neighborhood Fruit Hill Ky May 28 The wheat straw is so rank that much of it has been blown down by the recent ...

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. — 31 May 1898

Lk W lvv o - s VOL 1 NO 28 o Still In the Cadiz Harbor gSdW i - Ji GOT HIM BOTTLED WITHOUT DOUBT So Says Schley of the Span ish Admiral Cervera Has Been Seen and His Ships Are In the Harbor Washington D C May 30 Sigsbec of the St Paul and the hero of the Maine lias solved the problem The Spanish Admiral Cervera and his fleet are securely bottled in the harbor at Santiago and the ag gressive work of the army and navy may now go on Commodore Schley has wired the Navy Department that the Spanish ileet is within the harbor Capt Sigsbee steamed in close enough to see and recognize the squadron of the enemy and Schley waits outside with a force sufficient to destroy it should an attempt be made to escape A dispatch from Kingston Jamaica gives a report that Cerveras squadron is in Central American waters but this is not credited in view of the news from Schley The powerful fighting ileet of Rear Admiral Sampson is ready for ac tion off the North coast of Cuba To Attack Santiago Question No...

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. — 31 May 1898

n V t I A Jeb Month Where is the Klondike was one of the questions in the recent examination of teachers and about two thirds of the applicants missed it by locating it in Alaska j President Faurc of France says Miis irovernment will maintain a strict neutrality in the Hispano jAmerican war and that he hopes- Ipeace will soon be restored 4 After the Governor handed the commissions to the officers of the Third regiment he was informed byLieut Col Jouett Henry that the regiment would be known as the Bradley Legion r Although only about one fourth of the members of Company E are from Hopkinsville Gov Bradley in sists upon calling it the Hopkins ville Company This is done to destroy the claim of Hopkinsville for a company in the new regiment Geo D Todd Louisvilles first and last Republican Mayor has announced himself a candidate for the Republican nomination for Con gress in the Fifth district and will probably make it interesting for Walter Evans The fleet cruiser Columbiaput in to New...

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. — 31 May 1898

l E Im co prapom te spent 0r Io0n m making -the Iuni epjjiifi W6 10 VSt Since the Indiana I jrfit ore ilicd prison labor has been vn 4iWiig incrafts of iiittnUy Jiwoi p tfid cOHvicfp v A little girl in CiHtettsnnt ou foliar to Aitflilit SteteWy M -tell with tl6imUfe8fltfsat he give to some natfhmiio rfrl who lost her pitiaontlfWWtilhip I TJio astouriuing price ot guin ciis or S9rtl wa recently paid in Edinburgh for nc opy of the first edition of Hums poems printed in 1785 It was in rrir mal blue pa- per cover In Roanoko coi r ft I of which wer occupied Salr Vt arc five dnmCyica hrJiine grawHfK next ono of them will md he will be the liist foresaid take the degree of bachelor of aarffc In A v riea For 30yerti3HtjntorJ3ovi uT n nesota lias betm collecting book re lating to ISIapeleon Uonaparto Some of them and of great value The collection now ntyitlRp ov r SOU volumes A lG inch aiding gun 40 feet long which will thioV a pro jed tde of 8300 pourns is to be con etracied in the Walervli...

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. — 31 May 1898

m h m I mmf 5Cyt EDUCATIONAL ITEMS Twenty Four Applicants Award- a ed Certificates Scwral Teachers From Tills Coun ty VVM Attend National elation At Washington Sflhe thirty four white appli cants for teachers certificates ex amined last week eleven failctf to gfe Sixverc awarded HrefAslass qrtificates ten second class and 7 third class CChc examination of colored just closed at the colored public school building The pa per of 50 applicants are now in he hands of the examining board iVnumber of teachers from this city and countywill attend the an nual session of the National Edu cational Association which con venes in Washington July 12 The following named gentlemen are interested personally in State Edlictional matters snd are anx ious that Kentucky send a large representation to the meeting at Washington They will go with the special train and cordially in vito their friends whether teachers or not to join with them Any com munications addressed them relative to the trip will recei...

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 June 1898

tfr I yOL 1 NO 29 l jtlt E 0 4- a J j w SCHLEYS GUNS V According to Spanish Reports the American Fleet Was Un able to Force an Entrance Story Regarded as Improbable and Is Not Believed By the Naval Authorities At Washington Port an Prince May 3iSpecial About 2 P M the American Squadron composed of fourteen warships and two torpedo boats of which the cruiser New York displayed the flag of Sampson began with heavy guns to bombard the forts and harbor of Santiago The American fire was delivered principally against the forts The fortifications of Morro Castle La Socapa and Punta Qorda fered especially The Cannonading was very persistent and could not have failed to be destructive The town is situated at the end of the bay and it escaped At 345 the cannonading ceased About 7 oclock it was heard again presumably at sea The Spanish authorities maintain silence as to the number of victims who were appearently numerous Cape Haytien May 31 640 p m Special At this hour the Santiago cable is st...

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 June 1898

r h tf fi is it fi h It A fc 1 5 Si l ftml a fWMl M 1 K m im m 1 ciit W m l ilk v 6m - U Bfoe 2ail ffcentucfcian Published every morning except Monday by OXAB K MEACKAK 313 8 Main - s i j an iii jii i T son pers have been imprisoned by Spanish atllavana the A London news agency is author ity for the statement that the Pope has sent peace proposals to the President Less than 3000 of the first call volunteers are not to be mustered in Kentucky Iowa and Alabama alone are short At Gamp Alger Washington they are digging wells and preparing- a permanent camp This does not look much like a speedly ending of the war The British Steamer Kestormel caught trying to supply Cervera with coal has been libeled and will go before the prize court at Key West commodore cnlev is reported as saying I have got them and they will never go home Deeds Com modore deeds are what we want Not words If all of the oilicers of the Louis ville Legion are as handsome as Col Castleman and Maj Crump the regiment will...

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 June 1898

r W m fflSMJIRM v ap Tub Kentuckian notes with par donable pride that twoHopkinsville ydurig men have been conspiciously horiored at Lexington Bob Buck ner has been unanimously chosen musician forCapt Logan Felands Owcnshoro company and a similar honor has been thrust upon Will Winfree Jr by Capt Gaines company- Only the most intimate friends of these gallant boys were aWare of their remarkable musi cal powers -Their innate and in herent modesty kept their talent in the back irround while they were here and it was only on rare occa sions that their souls burst forth in music Ir Buckners favorite in strument is a bass drum and he plays it with such feeling and effect that the trees and rocks and all in animate nature is quickened into life as when Apollo touched his in strument of magic Mr Winfree is unfortunately afflicted with a crip pled hand at this time but if the Government will furnish him a music box and an assistant to wind it up for him he will do the rest Rah for the music...

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 June 1898

S Ol JJ ru t car- 14 pr- I t yi D1EP IN DYERSBURG Iflr Jck Radford a farmer Clti xen Of Mopklnsvlllc Is Dead Mr J N Radford formerly of this county died at Dyerabun f lectin Sunday night ofgenerit de bility aged 84 years The de ceived left hi 9 aged wife and nine children among them being Sam D Radford of this county J N Rad ford Jr Mrs A M Futrell Mrs Charlel Ross and MrrfJ J W Mc Gee MrKadford left this city two or three years ago and had been mak ing his home with his daughter afe Dyersburg The body was taken to Paducah for interment the funer al exercises being held on Monday afternoon at the Oak Grove Ceme tery Mr Radford for many years UvedMn the neighborhood of Bever ly inithis county but reverses cbme upon him and he sold his farm and moved to this city He was a brother to the late Rock Radford and was connected with manyofthe prominent families of the county Will Omer Married nt Sturgis Sturgis Ky May 31 A roman tic wadding took place Saturday evening which again recalls th...

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