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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 2 June 1898

P a 0 New Jnsre VOL 1 NO 30 awe ay Schleys Fleet Was Driven Back at Satiago Repoft of the Battle Confirmed But Damage - bone not Fully Known Cape Haytien June i Special The daily bulletin of the Freuch Cable Co confirms the report of the American fleets attack on Santi ago from 2 to 4 p m They Call It a Repulse Bragging About It In Spain Madrid June 1 Special The repulse of the American fleet at Santiago was announced in the Cortes to day AFTER THE CORPORATIONS IMPORTANT AMENDMENT Washington D C June 1 Special- In the Senate the Gorman amendment to the War Revenue bill making- the tax apply to the sugar trust and the Standard Oil Co passed by 33 to 26 Only two Demo crats voted against it - In the House the Jenkins bill for the removal of all political diabil ities growing Qiit of the war was passed The St Pauls Capture 1 Report Not Fully Credited Key West Jlunel Special It is reported here that the cruiser St Paul captured the Spanish troop ship Alphonso III ofFCape Maysi She fired ...

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. — 2 June 1898

1 43 li TDbe Hail ftentucfctan Per H sftrrv i a Senattir Sullivan Congressman Jerry wants to iro to the front Publuhcd every momlnjf except Monday by OKAS HC MEAOKAW 313 S Main The Southern troops at Chieka teir Northern jnnuga are giving brethren instructions in the rebel yellvand it is used to greet every fresh arrival of soldiers The Supreme Court has given the civil service law another blade eye in a decision sustaining the of collectors to remove and storekeeper at will right gangers There is already talk of introduc ing abill in Congress to change the name of the Philippines to the Dewey Islands It would perhaps be well enough to wait until our rights are recognized by other nations The latest move of the Courier Journal to run out the Dispatch is a cut in the price of its weekly edi tion to the cost of mailing and to have country papers willing to do o give it aw ay as a premium Gen Miles the head of the army is a member of the Baptist church and his chief interpreter in the ...

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. — 2 June 1898

Y B n BAT BSFOftK RflTIRlftG bttl AbtttmioM9BM8 at Night Makes wfle Lean and Weakly A writer in Italia formula quoted by tho National Druggist December U not much in favor of tho theory that late suppers arc injurious lie declares in fact says the latter pa per that many pcrsQiw10 remain thin ahd weakly in spite of all procau linns in regard to diet etc owethe f fact largely to habitual obslctniouls I nessat night- IIo says cry titily mat pnysioioy tcuuiuH us mat in sleeping as in waking thero is a per petual wlisto going on in tho tissues of i tho noay aim u seems out logical I thatnourishment should be ous as well The digestion of the food F taken on at dinner time or in the i early evening i3 ilnished as a usual lt thing before pr by bedtime yet the activity of tlie process of assimilation qtc continues for boms afterward and when one retires with an empty t stomach tlic result of this activity is sleeplessness and an undue wasting of t the system All other creatures r says tho w...

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. — 2 June 1898

H i i i recit DR HAWTHORNE The Great Divine Delivers An Able Address Baccalaureate Sermon of Bethel Female dollege araduating k Exercises To night Conunencement week of Dethel Female College in drawing- to a cloeThe final exercises will be held to night and then good bye fobooks Last night a brilliant assemblage at the Baplist church listened to one of the ablest addresses of the kintlVer heard in Ilopkinsville Dr-I-B Hawthorne of Nashville delivered the baccalaureate address and it was done in the ic slyle of that eminent Southern divine The evenings program began witiian organ prelude by Miss Hall This was followed by a duet b Misses Armstrong and Garnctt and a solo by Miss Hart An attempt cannot be made here to give even a synopsis of Dr Hawthornes address Suffice it to say that it was learned eloquent and appropriate It was a dis course every sentence of which was instruct veelevating and entertain ing It was enjoyed to the fullest extent by the audience that filled every part o...

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 June 1898

NF c S5 9 0 Hie VOL 1 NO 31 fleet this morning renewed the attack upon the forts protecting har bor at Santiago de Cuba and a fierce fight ensued At the same time an insurgent force of 3000 well armed men attacked the city of Santiago from the land side and the battle was a terrific one The city lies at the head of the narrow bay seven miles from the harbors mouth and is protected by numerous forts on both sides of the bay The guns of these forts could not resist the attack of the insurgents without destroying the city between them and the victorious rebels who fought with great valor and with terrific effect as they had late ly been supplied by the Americans with the most improved imple ments of destruction When the last report was received the battle was still going on Another Bombardment at Santiago This Time a Far More Serious Affair Washington June 2 Special The New York afternoon papers this evening issued extras giving the reports of a second battle rumored to have taken plac...

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 June 1898

Uv r V rt i I h i t a ill M fil r IV 15 V t 4ifciriiiriniii After an Itrtffl uitnmu isttjAfioJirfit iMijmmijiim adatfi rtrymnnniiffrtj b e J a S ftentucfrtan 1niil shed Mvorv raorolnjr kvnt Mcmday by I Ddlrered by carriers to all pari of he city it OKAS M MEAOIIAM 313 S Main Pan MoNfTii Sampson at San Juan and Schley atSantiago failed to do the Dewey act It is too bad that the Span iards have good grounds to boast that the American attacks were re pulsed Chaskathelndian husbandof Cora Belle Fellows who was reported to have committed suicide some time ago is still alive His attempt was unsuccessful Commodore Schley has still not reported the Santiago light to the Naval Department Perhaps he will adopt the policy of sending in only good news Most of the Kentucky second call volunteers will be used as fillers for the regiments organized under the first call It is now doubtful if the State will JTet even one full rett regiment under the second call The Spanish are becoming boast ful Cer...

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 June 1898

il f m 4 LS h i JT wr u f i K Vv t 1 J535P v wl UK til frflSci Hi INnuM Tfla ilr llijir rr iritotfatftoWilftiii I iff Miiirtfifrtai iiiiiiyniiii nimiiiiirii iliminii ii i rtaMrfaMrfilMirtMi 1HS AH 1 1ST Who Will write tlie best nontrowho will pjtmi tliq lut picture t s Whose picture la neat He who uiidtrataiula man Hflps the heart Of Hlm lovca lilin Abovd all the rest tu stnrs in your jiong nhcj pufYkles in your picture k Put mountains nnd sfeim Hut ono heart tlirqbjitalfl tuh6d to the heart Of a brbtHgr Is irraQHUiqn theso Man drat InJdUraohg Irian ilrst and then mountains And the woods and the aeas And know while you pioiuto the stur group of midnight Ha Is creator than those What fa art what la art and the arthitB udhluvelnont Its purposo and plan TIs the message thats sunt fiotn tho heart of the artist To thu heart of a man -Sam Walter Fobs In N Y Sun THE DARKY AT DICE Tho southern negro trusts fortune with nil tlie blind faith of n little child Ho carries a buckeye for sore eye...

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 June 1898

I 1 i S V I f TA W 1 U IS CHURCHILL AGAIN Me Hfts Reached Clarksvillc and m Talks Further For the Press The CUrksvllle Tlntes dives the Following Additional ination About the Mys terious Stranger The man Churchill who was found Friday at Howell Ivy lying unconscious by the railroad track and who created considerable btir after recovering- cqnsciousncsa by claiming- to be a wealthy English tourist making a general inspec tion of this section with a view of investing in properties and stating that he had been robbed ol iiw at Dickson but would come to Clarks ville and cable for more money that his annual income was some thing in the neighborhood of 100 000 spent Sunday with Capt W D Taylor of the Fourth district of the county He accompanied Capt Taylor to the city Monday inviting the Captain to dine with him at the Arlington where he stated he had been stopping for two weeks prior to his trip to Kentucky The hotel people know nothing of such a man however and he is thought here to be ...

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 June 1898

li u l J 4 i A y K r G n VOL 1 NO 32 orders which were sent to Sampson when he was instructed to join Com modore Schley The transports with the troops are on their way and word has been received here that the second division is off Key West Before they reach Santiago Sampson and Schley are expected to have utterly demolished the fortifications at the entrance of the harbor of Santiago 1 and Sampsons general orders arc to take the city capture or destroy the Spanish fleet at any cost A Under Brig Gen Hilling - May Go to the Philippines Chickamnriiga Park Ga June 3 The Third Kentucky Regiment ar rived here at U oclock yesterday morning and was assigned to the quarters recently vacated by the One Hundred and Fifty seventh Indi ana The regiment has bjsfirf assigned to the first division of the first corps and third brigade commanded by Brig Gen Hilling- The soldiers are in good health are well quartered and are enthusiastic over areport that they will probably be sent to thePhiippines S...

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 June 1898

if Vfl id f g ti 1 i I I it K f v 1 I I I I I PktX i CS - foe ail funtucfcian ilirlarrilsrvr rlirviv arri Publslied ovefy montlnjf caecpt Monday by OKAS X XSACXAK 213 8 Main Per Month 85 Three more soldiers have died of pneumonia at Chicknmaugn - Senor Pold y Bernabe formerly minister to the United States has been appointed under secretary in the foreign office at Madrid There is a hot contest between theLduisville Legfion and an Iowa regiment for the honor of being the last regiment mustered in un der thetirst call for 125000 volun teers Walter Forresters friend Bill Lyons has been promised a com mission in the commissary depart ment at Washington He got the promise without Gen Forresters endorsement The old game is to be repeated this year Now that harvest is at hand the price of wheat is to be forced down until the new crop is movedand then put up again after it gets in the hands of the specula tors The Gorman amendment propos ing a tax of one quarter of one per cent on the gross...

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. — 4 June 1898

J I- If V I c y 0 HFw ix UTEN TO YOURSELF 111 Mil jkh tetclicr let me hoar yau tonoh Tou hve bravo yoria rrdm oldon eeorB Ih ldi e 0 Ihoso lonft benrdcd in On Ot all tho far off yonrs Th uray old thpilghts of gray old nlon Beneath the Asian stars Drought snfo by fa to through claslilng years Of uiiremembored wars XA you have read the huddled tomes Of many an alcovod shelf But havo you stood bonoath the stars Ajid listened to yourself AH teacher lot mo hear you teach Tou at old sagos feet havo sat KMow you the man within your coat The man beneath your hat Teu know the thoughts that shaped tho wonu From fr ortcomurlcs blown What says the man who talks with thee When thou art all alonp Why should Illstoh to n man Who listens at tho alcovod shelf Man lot mo hear a living man Who listens to hlmsolf -Sam Waltor Foas In N T Sun I CITY ADVENTURE Two pooplo coming to Chicago at about the same tune from the same placo and with about the same aspira tions arc liable to meet with similar experi...

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. — 4 June 1898

1 t t 7uf mg Ni MR BEAZLEY THE WINNER With Miss Sliadoln a Close Con testant Au entertainment vfan given at South Kentucky College last night thatHVas the first feature of the commencement exercises that will be brought to a close next Wednes day night Prof Louis Spencer Daniels pUiMn elocution gave a recital in Expression and Delsarte to a large crowd of highly interested auditors A very entertaining program was carried out the leading feature be an oratorical contest foi a gold metal in which a tylozcn or more participated The contest was so close between Mr Hugh C Beazley and Miss El la Shadoin that the judges had great difficulty in decidiiig The medal was awarded to Mr Beazley and Miss Shadoin was voted a spe cial honor Mr Beazleys subject was The Black Horse and His Rider He lives at Julien Ky and won a similar medal last year The judges were Messrs Frank Rives Hunter Wood and Tlios C Underwood All of the participants acquitted themselves most handsomely and reflected great cr...

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. — 5 June 1898

49K ii i VOL 1 NO 33 ALAM OF FIRE - i ff J An alarm of fire was turned in shortly after two oclock yesterday afternoon It created the usual amount of excitement on the streets and in the vicinity of the engine house A couple of gentlemen passing the residence of Mr A II Clark - f wi111 cj4 4 tirtficorl cmnLp Kill XU111UV1A OllWVb VHWVt nww issuing from the rear of the house and found that neither Mr Clark nor his wife was aware of the prox imity of danger A large basket filled with clothes on a back porch had in some mysterious way be come ignited and but for timely as sistance might have communicated to the building All langer was over when the department arrived An Office Flooded j A wter pipe in W F Garnett Co a office bursted Saturday after- noon and flooded the office The j water ran through the floor and did considerable damage to the goods t in ixicnarus cjos store under- Mkneath The water ran Beveral min- utcs before a plumber could be t summoned to stop it X r M t i Buildin...

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. — 5 June 1898

Li r J f I b I ft W n C be gatl ftentttofttafq Vlrr AHed every morning except Monday by fi CXAM X MBACHAM 312 B Main f Per Month v k - a - WWfrifrn i Mis Christine liradley will it h said offer to go to the front as a nurse With the enemy making no ef fort to gctrout it looks like the Mer rimuc was wasted The Daily Kkntuckian appears in six page form this morning to make room for the unusual demand for advertising space Now that the bond people have got what they went afterlet the war be brought to a close There is no longer any pretext for delay The President is still nominating generals and the country is serious 1 threatened with another army of generals There is very little tiews to inter est Southern readers in the list of generals oppointed by the Presi dent Most of them are unknown in the South Kentuckys entire force of three regiments of infantry and two troops of cavalry has been sent or will be sent to Chickamauga Others will do the dress parade business at Washington The ...

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. — 5 June 1898

fl - 3F m loJv Ui F - v - Drei Mb v v- V f 73c Melange wnrth 75c For 42 inch nil Wool Xlli ilNWiln iWrn if For the Celebrated J B Corsets Worth 100 Hope Bleached Cotton 1 - 5 l 2c Masonville Fruit and Lonsdale 6 l 4c Finest yard wide Per cale worth 15c 9c Scotch Oxford Suitings worth 12 l 2c 8c Amoskeag Fine Dress Gingham 8 l 2c Pepperell Brown Sheet ing 14 Good Ifto For Handsome Plaid Dress lu Goods worth 20c 170 A yard for celebrated F meres All colors aud blacks O Co A yard for Silk aud Wool Nov elty Dress Goods worth 50c QQo For 40 inch Haudsomo Whip cord Changeable Effect worth GOc QRo Beautiful Hue of line Novelties SO and Small Checks and Stripes styliBh and handsome and will wear like iron Regular 50c valuo I Co 10 inch Imported Changeable Tw Cflo Granite Cloth Reduced from 75c C70 dfiiuch fiuo Henrietta Cloth 0 Reduced from 90c Cflo 4 iuch Changeable Whipcord Nu now and stylishDown from 75c AAp 40 inch Ilandsomo Plaids worth 75o CQo 52 inch beautiful all Wool 00 Granite Clo...

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. — 5 June 1898

f 5l l J N I J V V Hi B 1 1 IM hit M I u l V m i SUCCESSFUL Experiments with Wireless Telegraphy by a Scientist Every nnt in Carnegie Music hall waa occupied recently ut the lecture on Wbtiders of Modern Science de livered by W J Clark of New York Mr Clark does not pretend to be a magician or a wizard but he certainly did some Very wonderful things His lecture was ouc of the most interest ing heard in this city for a long time andlho audience had an opportunity iA lhSftK t i it rtiBihfUlK by iuuii iiiviu uuiJUf wii ifvgiiuniVa of dlMricily than they hud ever imP ajrir lilftf lunhirnr elimvnrl hnu wireless r teleifxatyhy was possible and gavoHiJL pradttiU illustration witli a trans mitter on one tamo ami a receiver on atibthor table nt the opposite side of the iTjc The transmitter ho said consllof a row of small metal balls mounted upon a wooden base The outside balls are connected with the terminals of an induction coil When the current from a few cells of battery is passed through ...

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. — 5 June 1898

3 Special tic C a Mattings PER YARD Fino Sheer Scotch Lawns groat variety and etyloB Sales OF Domestics and Mtiens At prices jouH be Rlad to pny 10 yards Masonville Bleach Domes 65c 10 yards Hope KKp Bleach Domestic00 10 yds 10 4 Pepporel Bleach Sheet- 1 gg 10 yards 9 4 Pepperel Bleach Sheet- fcj AQ tog Fino Colored Table Damask 60 in wide 40c quality Sale 9Qp LmUXt Price i Extra Heavy Feather Ticking 32 in Iftp wide 15o quality uo Ready Made Sheets Hemmed 10 4 Bleach full Bize 10 4 Unbleach ed 9 4 Bleached 9 4 ed 24x81 Bolster Cases 49c 45c 45c 39c 30x42 Pillow inn Pgcna V WMDa -- 25c Conestoga B extra hoavy IRp 32 in wide SJXf Lace Curtain Department 63c Lace Curtains 8 yds long 40 in wide heavy worth 75c RQp Sale Price DOC 89c Lace Curtains Not I design 44 in wide 8 J1b loug worth 125 elBowhere Sale QDn Price vol 98c Lace Curtains 60 in wide regular 125 quality Sale QQp xrico ww 198 Extra quality harn Lace Heavy de signs Si yds long latest importation rularprice2504l1 QQ fSalo Pr...

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. — 5 June 1898

f yfj ri -4 iflff h 1 Iks SWP T Jl CJH i V PULPIT POINTERS Ctmrctas Where Services Will Be Held To Day Regular services will be held at Grace Episcopal church morning and evening by Rev R S Carter X X X Rev SN Vail will preach at the First Presbyterian church this morning at the usual hour and also this evening X X t Rev W K Finer will preach and evenintr at the Meth odist church Sunday the usual hour X School at X X X Childrens Day exercises at the Christian church this morning at 1045 Services at night at the usual hour 8 oclock by Eld R H Crossfield Christian Endeavor at 745 pm There will be Sunday School at 930 Quarterly communion will beheld atthe Ninth Street Presbyterian church this morning The Lords Supper will be administered at the morntng Services commenceing at 1045 Preaching by Rev W L Nourse morning and evening X X X Aq Arthur Roberts pastor of the Universalist church will hold regular services to day Sunday School at 930 a m Preaching at 11 a m and 745 p m Morning tex...

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. — 7 June 1898

M w u f M cs Nearly 1 VOl 1 NO 34 Hopson Property Sold Yesterday at Auction The handsome Main street resi dence property of Dr W H Hopson between Main and Water and 11th and 12th streets was sold at public auction yesterday afternoon The Main street frontage was divided into 8 lots of 21 feet by 120 deep Beginning at the Eeventh street cornor these lots were sold as follows No 1toE P Duncan No 2 to M Johnson No 3 to M H Tandy No 4 to M II Tandy No 5 to J W Pophnm No 6 to J W Popham No 7 to J L PPool No 8 to J L PPool Two lots fronting on the side streets back of the front lots were then offered and sold to W M Han cock at 350 each Under this divided sale the property brought 5630 It was again offered in two equal lcts running from Main street back There vvas spirited bidding for the 12th street corner one of the handsomest vacant lota in the city Mwen J W Popham J L PPool H W 8 Wilson tt was knocked pfT toMMVjleQB xjHJ 4 980 00 750 00 COO 00 550 00 500 00 500 00 525 00 525 00 t JJai...

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. — 7 June 1898

vfWf uTr - L tr t V A f r1 i Ml 3v Sfei - mer in the hot sun to find out what he goes to war for Let other vol unteers have a chance to do some thing Cervera seems to have done the white thing by the Merrimac prison ers He sent his chief of stafftf Capt Oviedo under a flag of truce -to notify Admiral Sampson of their t capture and to assure them that they would be well treated until ex changed The Spanish captain carried back with him money and provisions for the prisoners The name of George W Powell must not be overlooked in the list of heroes at Santiago He is a young cadet from New York who took command of the New Yorks steam launch and followed behind the Merrimac to pick up Hobson and his crew and lay for hours un der the shadows of the two forts trying to reach them and finally re gained his ship in a shower of shot and shell after they had been taken prisoners The Congressional situation has so far been clarified that the follow ing Democratic nominations are assured First di...

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