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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 7 June 1898

9 h T h IX LOWO DISTANCE TELfiPHOBfE Atari PMftk Tkosnda of Mites Ajart c Ckc o Converse So silently have the long distance telephone wires crept across the coun try and through tho south that the growth of their use is hardly appre ciated oven by the business men who use them It is but few years since the first successful long distance telephone was -put in operation between New York and Philadelphia This line extending northward through Boston to Maine and southward to Washing tori still forms the backbond of the system Meanwhile a lino has been completed from New York by way of Troy Buffalo and the lake shore to Chicago taking in the large cities on the way From Chicago there is a lino to rfJ Nashville and thence to Memphis from which point it will soon be ex tended to Littlo Hock and into Texas Other lines from Chicago reach northwest to Davenport and south west to St Louis and the great city on the lake will be connected soon with Des Moines Kansas City and Omaha From Washingto...

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. — 7 June 1898

i 4 3 r MHi tMSL x m Wm I 5e iiW f Ji MitU t j ISr Mrs PERGONAL GOSSIP Mr JV B Ncely of Nashville h in the city Mr W V Dulin of Crofton was in lown Vcatcrday Prank Moqrc of Longvicw spent Sunday in the city -Miss Maggie Wilsonof Pembroke is visiting Mrs G T Herndon Dr Christian of Lafayette spent yesterday in the city EsqTwTi Brewer of Fairview s v was a visitor to the city yesterday Profi V At Garnett of broke was here yesterday V IvTrVG W Wiley has gone to 4 OwJnsboro as a Federal juror l MV A B Anderson is reported to be sick in Princeton Esq T M Barker of Kennedy V was hero yesterday y Mr Isaac Garrolt of Pembroke - was in town Monday Rev J S Cheek of Elmo spent yesterday in the city V II Vaughn of Howell was in the city yesterday W F Long of Madisonville - spent yesterday in the city Miss Lillian Gary is visiting Miss Lucy Orndorf of Russellville Mr and Mrs John C Willis of Pembroke spent yesterday in the city A- Hon Jas B Garnett arrived yes terday and registered at the Mrs Ru...

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. — 8 June 1898

I V rfl F - K I Jib Htm t 11 Stew IPs kite tn a f if t lDL 1xJlJL1 i VJ The Interior of the Santiag Bottle Churned With Lead m V I fAAilC IITT Hir HITIlfm v o Fifteen liiiiidred Projectiles Hurled Against rst n rf V the Ships and Forts New York June 7 A special frdm Cape Haytien jroarument or Santiago uc cuoa on monaay says mat tne ions aoout tne Iii jP harbor are now a mass of ruins TheMorroisa shapeless pile of ruined masonry anu uismantieu guns ana tne mstrena oattery is utterly ruined This result the dispatch says was the work of ten American ironclads which passed back and forth from Fort Cabera on the west to Port Agu adores on thceast of the harbor entrance discharging their heavy guns as they steamed along so that scarcely a yard of the coast escaped the heavycannonading x At Port Aguadores the forts recently constructed by Col Ordonez the famous artillery expertr were blown to dust and Col Ordonez himself Was badly wounded by the flying splinters and debris Capt Sanchez and...

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. — 8 June 1898

r -7 i fiW li f -6 it 11 if vvtX lrif if in Pkb Month WT1 PubUshad every nlorolnjf ceptMymtiy by OKAS K MEAOKAK 318 B Main jffijyfrk I I SUB3CHirTI0M KATES 35 Admiral Camara should come on S p ver with that Cadiz licet and let ts1 - We his i picture fc w President McKinley may sendi Pni Ttrvnn 6000 miles away bidj the war will hardly last until 1900 Capt Miller of the Merriraac had been kept busy every since ex r plaining why he didnt do it him- eelf - Un to the hour of going to press cthis morning1 Gen Mile had hot soiled his new uniform with- pow V dcr stains - The steady decline hi wheat con tinues another drop of three cents being the feature of yesterdays business W P Harrity has been removed as National Democratic Committee man from Pennsylvania and J M Griflly elected in his stead The Atlanta Constitution an nounces that the end of Cevera is insight There will be no kick- ing at this Glasgow Times y In spite of the frequent rumors that the 1893 cut in the wages of L v N emplo...

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. — 8 June 1898

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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. — 8 June 1898

1 I iH ST j V f I I p ts PERSONAL GOSSIP the city yesterday Mrs 13 J Wall of Gracey spent yesterday in the city Mr J P Garnctt of the Square was in the city yesterday Mrs A C King of Pon was shopping in the city yesterday Miss Boswcll Wilson of Howell lias been visiting friends in the city R M McFarland of Henderson was registered at the Phoenix yes- terday W Jt Hust of Owensboro was registered at the Phoenix hotel yes terday P Mr IS G Smallhouse of Bowling GrCch is in the city on business connected with the water works company - Mr Francis Bcnsinger of the Kentuckians night force left for Hartford yesterday to spend a few jAdays with his friends and make his arrangements to remove perman ently to this city Mrs O W Waddill and son lis returned Saturday irom a visit to relatives at Hopkinsville F W Owen of Kellys passed through town yesterday enroute to Owensboro where he will sit on the Federal petit jury United States Court convened there yesterday The docket is a light one sonvill...

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. — 9 June 1898

VL M M i H 1 lip life fife Wk k r l yak tTwfflH w VOL 1 NO 35 SUNK Reina Mercedes Goes Down and Two Others Crippled Shatter With 18000 Troops is Off For Cuba at Last Madrid June 8 Special It is officially admitted that the Span ish cruiser Reina Mercedes was sunk by the fire of the American ileet at Santiago de Cuba on Monday Five sailors and twenty nine marines on board of her were killed The Reina Mercedes was a partly dismantled cruiser and used as a floating- battery to augment the defenses of Santiago harbor 4i 9 Echoes of Mondays Fight Two Spanish Ships Badly Hurt New York June 8 A special from Kingston Jamaica reports that the Spanish cruiser Viscaya and the torpedo boat destroyer Furor were badly damaged during the bombardment of Santiagos defenses on Mon day A shell from the Brooklyn is said to have burst under the Viz cayas pdrt quarter dismounting a gnn injuring the cruisers rudder and wounding several her sailors Hobsons RewardWill Likely Command the New Battleship Montg...

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. — 9 June 1898

w i OaplGridleys remains will be cremated at Yokohama in defer ence to his wishes expressed during life i i j u Thfi steamer Charleston touched tit Honolulu May 2 on route to Manila after a fast and fttl run Chattanooga is getting ready for a tremendous blowout on July 4 and will trv to have President l i4ley present St A movement is on foot to change the capital of China from Pekin to Siun Pu The Emperor is said to favor the change If the forts at Santiago were bat tered down and the guns silenced why did not Sampson enter the har bor and do the rest of the business The Kentucky Federation of mens Clubs has solemnly resolved that its married members shall use 1 their own names instead of those of their husbands Congressman T C Catchings and Editor C E Wright had a set to on the street in Vicksburg over campaign charges Only one round was fought the result being a draw A petition is being circulated in Henderson asking Ex Gov Brown to again run for the Democratic nomination for Gove...

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. — 9 June 1898

V llt R4 f ltyrel U StOW BtfT SURE Schema of Two Womon to Ba tho Railroad A When tho suburban train stopped at ilio station next to Kvanston two dumpy women puffed up the steps and came into tho cars They were heavily laden with what Boston people call thJ impediments of travel There were two or thice baskets with paunchy tops and some bundles done Up in knotted shoots The con ductor and tho brakeman helped to carry theso unwieldy things aboard and then stacked them in an empty seat in front of the two women who were flushed from their exertions and gently heaving Tho train pulled out nndin a Utile whilo tho conductor returned this time to collect tickets Tickets ho said with a question ing motion at the two women Tho elder of the two looked at him reproachfully and somewhat appeal ingly Conductor wo didnt have any money to buy tickets she said- I want either tickets or fare he said Well conductor Id like to know how a poor woman is going to get monoy to buy ticketsr she said and it...

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. — 9 June 1898

ir i TJI if I W J V 3r 1 T PERSONAL GOSSIP jtfort Giles of Howell was in the city yesterday Mr J C White of Julien way in the city yesterday Mr Will Stroube of HoweJlj was in the city yesterday jj1 M Powell of Princeton is registered at the Phoenix y Squire J J Cox of Balnbridgc was in the city yesterday CmUs Osey Fritz of Antoich spent yesterday in the city Miss Bculah Edwards of Gaslcy spent yesterday in the city Mr J B Foley of Foley Co js in Owensboro on business L N Wilcoxon of Melbourne Ky spent yesterday in the city Mrs B B Nance of Ncwstead vns shopping in the city yesterday Mr and Mrs W H Jesup of fairview spent yesterday in the city Miss Lizzie Bowles of Casky is the guest of Judge Polk Canslers family D L Grinter a leading business man of Cadiz was in the city yes- terday Capt W S Goodwin has returned after a pleasant visit to Cerulean Springs Mr and Mrs W AV Eddins of Fairview were in the city shopping yesterday Messrs Ed Wilkins and Hayes Petree Jr of Fairview were in t...

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. — 10 June 1898

h ei iVm Vt rf 9 V P IN SPECIAL SESSION Much Busiiiess Transacted by the Fiscal Court Dullh and Dillman Allowed 125 Each No Action Taken in N the Turnpike Matter IT rnf KPj V- mt r 1 mJ av4i iliiR iiRcai cuui l met in tv bW session yesterday morning- pursu ant to a call of the county judge The object of the session was to consider the question of appropri ating money from the fund of the county for the construction of a turnpike road from the city of Hop- kinsville to the Davis coal mines a The members were soon satisfied that they had no legal right to make such an appropriation without a petition signed by twenty per cent of the legal voters of the county calling for an election to decide the matter N Having reached this conclusion after some discussion the magis trates addressed themselves to other matters County Clerk John P Prowse and Marcellus Brown were allowed 30 each for balancing and correcting the assessors books On motion of Squire Long the order appropriating 2500 each ...

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. — 10 June 1898

M i i 4 1 t f t m m m yts w W i r i 4 i id 1 iw vr 1 WTrj1wrjn I - - t 1 V Per Month w Ji Publ shed ovevy morning except Monday by OKAS M WtEAOnAM 312 El Main The Courier Journal takes occa sion to rejoice over the fact that Oregon has gone Republican although the Courier Journal is advertising the fact that it is a Democratic paper But perhaps upon a big paper like Mr sons the editor does not write the advertisements 4 TtM Wv Im Santiago will fall within a day after the American troops arrive which will be within the next three days The war is drawing to a close Since the bonds were issued there is no longer any excuse to prolong it Gen Aguinaldo the youthful leader of the Philippine patriots seems to be a man of genius and nc wnll ns 1 SUCCeSsflll leader He is making a victorious campaign around Manila and in 1 spite of the semi savage character Jofhis followers is conducting the i warfare according to civilized methods Wheat is still declining and will soon be down to about 75 ce...

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. — 10 June 1898

f v u tfr 3 Special ed o Mattings Cheap SALE BEGINS FRIDAY jUINEIOth PER YARD fld Bleached 9 d ed i Fine Sheer Scotch Lawns great variety and styles Sales OF Domestics and Mueus At prices jouIl bo alad to pay 10 yards Masonvillo Bleach Domes fKn Www tic 10 yards Hope KKp Bleach Domestic00 10 yds 10 d Papperel Bleach Sheet- H fig 10 yardB 9 d Pepperel Bleach Sheet- j Q Fine Colored Table DamaBk 60 in wide 40c quality Sale 29o Extra Heavy Feather Ticking 32 in 1fp wide 15c quality uu Ready Made Sheets Hemmed 10 d Bleach AQ0 10dDnbleach 1Cn 45c 39c 36xd2 Pillow 1fn Cases IU0 24x81 Bolster OC0 Cases J0 Couestoga B FTick ing extra heavy IKp 32 in wide OU Lace Curtain Department 63c Lnco Curtains 3 yds long dO in wide heavy worth 75c CQn Sale Price C 89c Lace Curtains Net design dd ui wide 3 yds long worth 125 jOlsGwhere Sale QQa Price OIb 98c Lacb CurtainB 60 in wide regular Sl25 KiJfl 98c 1 198 Extra quality jotting ham Lace Heavy de signs 8J yds loug latest importation reg ular price25...

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. — 10 June 1898

1 k rt ft v W 1 ftf i1 X 4 i J weMUk J 1 1 S Vi rf - r WELL WON DIPLOMAS Presented to Public School Graduates Last Night Largc Audience Witnessed Brilliant Entertainment at The Tabernacle Not since the i 4i u V public scnooi sysiem i - k nearly eighteen years ago Jias v i g i j it- aw i institution of the i there been an entertainment which reflected more credit upon its ad mirable methods than the com mencement exercises at the tabernacle last night Notwithstanding the intense heat an audience of fully two thousand people assembled at the tabernacle to greet the graduates and enjoy the programme The first feature was an operetta in three acts entitled Laila The presentation ot this musical classic was a departure from the stereo typed programme ot such entertain ments The piece has an interesting story running through its chaste lines and is replete with refined and beautiful airs The principal characters were essayed by Misses Charlie Belle Baldwin Laila Margarette Hill Fairy quee...

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. — 11 June 1898

if i ifflk M l I A x Iw V6 - 1 x bf r fckt l i L l R- IV m 1 1 V PS v 6vif Wi v V V - i1 A VOL 1 NO 37 TEXAS To Resist the doebei Law Louisville June 9 The propos ed test of the Goebel election law which was announced in the press some time ago will be made iouln ft w11 ue many days before any definite steps are taken The test it seems will be made bv the Republican State -Committee which has engaged the firm of Humphrey Davie of Louisville to conducttHo cane The firm has been workmgfor some time and the plan of procedure subject to change has been partly mapped put Themost favored i to wait tlnfil It mi i Z mctloa Commissioner apply to Auditor Stone for ny thing Jftt jrin force raeoynltfei wLne VU refww r er will wandftwui him- ThiSVill V If Fires On the Marblehead and Vixen Her iBoB Ships Sister 4 4 J - Night Shirt Mistaken For a White Flag -v Caoe HavtienHavti June 10 Snecin1 Tn hr pntrcmosfi fn rp pel attack from a supposed enemy the battleship Texas to day fired on the Marblehe...

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. — 11 June 1898

In i i i A V I r i T 1 t m 1 h K Msmx TEbe Eail Per MdrtTii Vv mriraliLii - to W come asftv before thqenUfrdf thci Week is a measure of great impor tance in that it puts special taxes upon many articles hitherto 4untax cd Its leading provisions are here given A tax ot 2 on beer and olhor Jjirar liquors for each barrel Bank jirik emolovinir a capital of S250Q0 are taxed 50 and 2 for additional thousands pawnbrokers 20 com mercial brokers 20 ciislom hOUse brokers i10 theiltres in towns of 25000 100 circuses 100 other shows 10 bowling alleys and bill iard rooms 5 v J Tobacco and snuff are laVcetL12 qeqls pound in lieu of present rates itemized schedule laid down A tax of 25 cents is put on pro tests of notes bills of exchange warehouse receipts etc All patent medicines are- taxed on each package from one eighth to five eights of a cent according to value Perfumery about the same rates Chewing gum 4 cents perL package Wines one cent per bottle The Standard Oil Company and the Sugar Trus...

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. — 11 June 1898

u t t j f Sr j m i lK w l V tP c i i m K J z Mattings A 25c MOSLIN UNDER SHIRTS tucked ruf fled and jaco trimmed worth 50 76c choice for 25 Cents Special 10 4 ed 94 Bleached Sales OF Domestics and Linens At prices joull be Kind to pay 10 yards Masonvillo Bleach DomsB fiKn llC HIM 10 yards Hope KKp Bleach Domestic000 10 yds 10 4 Pepperol Bleach Sheet- j gt ing 10 yards 9 4 Pepperel Bleach Sheet- fcj AQ iPino Colored Table Damask 60 in wide 40c quality Sale OQn Price tmiJ Erftra Heavy Feather Tickiug 82 in 1Ap wide 15o quality luu Ready Made Sheets Hemmed 10 4 Bleach AQn full size -A 45c 45c 9 4 QQa 36x42 Pillow inn CaBes IUo 24x81 Bolster OKn Cases Ul Conestoga B FTick ing extra heavy IKp 82 in wide IoU Lace Curtain Department 63c Lace Curtains 3 yds long 40 in wide heavywotth 75c CQn Sale Price 0 89c Lace Curtains Not design 44 in wide 8 yds Jong worth 125 - Sale QQ W Price- 0yC k V 98c Lace Curtains 60in wide regular 125 quality Sale QQp Price ao 198 Extra quality Notting ham Lace ...

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. — 11 June 1898

I - 111 r n 1 1 I lit V i if 1 J ttl W s iWWA m iwwrtwiwtNfawfeyjaiw J Ijy ttt ROBINSON ON TRIAL Charged Willi Shooting The Qu tries Brothers Record of Yesterdays Proceedings In the Christian Cir- cuit Court RASPB ERR I ES To day ANd To morrow WALLIS GROCERY Stop my wagon and try my Hot Rolls and Cream Bread or leave yoijr order at store and have them delivered J L Milder The Cream Bread Baker Call and sec our handsome suits of furniture - at bottom prices KtSacb Cp Ninth street near L f K depot irPiiiiTi a 1 j 5 Edgar Robinson charged yfith maliciously shooting a couple of J3 n 0 men named Quarles who were ten- Sfth nls on his farm is now on trial in are each suing Robinson for 5000 These cases will also be heard at V the present term of the court Thos Woosley appeared in per- son and by attorney and waiting formal arraignment entered his plea of not guilty to the charge of grand larceny After the evidence of the commonwealth the defendant entered a demurrer to the testimony and as...

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. — 12 June 1898

YOL if NO 38 iPEBEL i5 w If ift Attack on Manila Is Hourly Expected k Everything In Readiness for Striking the final Blow New York June n Special The EvenlnggJournal says it has learned from Hong Kong that to day was the day set by the insur gent leader Col Emillo Aguinaldo for his final attack on Manila His forces have been drawing nearer and nearer to the city for several days and the Spanish Captain General has cabled his home government that he is in grave danger and cannot withstand a for midable attack Everything is believed to be ready for the final blow and the suc cess of the rebels is almost assured in advance Admiral Dewey it is reported insists that the rules of civilized warfare be adhered to but he expects to take no part in the attack - Will Fight Yellow Jack TA Not Expected to Spread Jackson Miss Jiine 11 Special The town of McHenry is AHtinecLin thtggldannernHAnmaJ3 hi a wife jsgnjed to leave the place last night Dr Haralson the State Health Officer in E charge imme...

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. — 12 June 1898

i - tf V i 1 1 r fe n X K 2d FRon aiorniqq to evening The Daily Kentuckian will here after be issued in the evening in stead of the morning- This change has been contemplated for several days and we have decided to make itatoncc The first issue will ap pear to morrow evening- It was the original intention of the pub lisher to make The DailyKen tuckian an evening- paper but from the fact that the morning- field had no competition it wnsfdccided to try a morning- paper asan experi ment The task was difficultone but the paper was a success from the start and soot had a large bona fide circulation and the first months businessfcihowed a balance of the on the right side ledger This months business bids fair to double that oflast month and we feel that thepatronage it is receiv ing is a fair indication that the peo ple want The Daily Kentuckian and as long as there is a demand for thepaper it will meet the de mand From present prospects The Daily Kentuckian will be published indefinitely ...

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