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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 17 June 1898

Ftr h Florida Flour Retail By wir m i jftiijwrTTW MILES TO CONSULT doing Bnck to Washington Talk With McKinley to Washington June 17 Gen Miles is coming here for consultation re garding the campaign in general and particularly the expedition to Porto Rico He has left Tampa The President has been greatly annoyed by the delay of Santiago expedition and he hopes there will not be a repetition in the case of Xorto Rico Orders have been given for the speedy organization of not less than 20000 men to occupy Porto Rico It is expected that two weeks will be required for preparation troops that are expected- to part in the invasion are far The take from being equipped Gen Coppinger has about 15000 troops at Tampa of which between 3000 and 4000 are regulars There aVe about 5000 at Mobile Gen Lee has a force at Jacksonville which he has been fitting forservice as rapidly as he is able with the view of taking his corps the7th direct to Havana Gen Miles in structions from the War Depart ment are...

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. — 17 June 1898

W V B ft w No orders of importance have bceu made in circuit court to day Messrs Dixon of Henderson and Perkins of Sebree Ky are attending circuit court represent ing the plaintiff in a suit of Jones vs The Germania Insurance Co An equity case of minor tance betwecd Wall and Bingham was up in circuit court this morn 1 ing Mr L Yonts of North Christian was this morning sworn in as a member of the bar of Christian county The Veach Case Following is the abstract of the court of appeals decision L N Railroad Company vs Charles S Veach Filed June 10 Appeal from Christian CircuitCourt Not to be reported Opinion of the court by Judge Bttrnam firminir First It was a question of fact properly submitted to the jury as to whether an injury caused to plain tiff in coupling two of the defend ants cars of a peculiar construction unknown to plaintiff would have oc curred if he had used a coupling stick provided by the company Second It cannot be said that an instruction was erroneous which nifVini...

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. — 18 June 1898

r0L 1 NO 45 The evening session of the min isters meeting- Friday night was at interesting- one The leading- features frerapapprs on The Second Coming of Christ by Dr E N Dicken of Franklin rind Dr J M Weaver of Louis ville The latter is not present but his paper was read by Rev J H Eager The topic was then dis cussed in short speeches by many speakers iucluding the venerable Dr Ford of St Louis Afterwards the report on obituaries was made and five minute talks were heard on that The meeting lasted until after 10 oclock and adjourned with J out getting through This morn ing a short session was held at 9 oclock and the business finished t Rnv Cautbr Hkim Jones I by the holding of the usual memo rial service At 10 oclock the Min isters meeting gave way for the or ganisation of the General Associa tion The Whitsitt matter ih to be the chief subject for consideration until disposed of A The anti Whitsitt sideWganized this morningfor a strong fight and they claim to have three fourths of...

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. — 18 June 1898

to H J W lW OKAS KSAOX iM ala s Kaln Juan and then wait for a peaceful surrender of Havana In other words his plan is to remain many miles away trom possible clanger The dynamite cruiser Vesuvius has been given a trial at Santiago and it was shown that her guns could be fired without becoming boomerangs The dynamite shells did awful work and aided very greatly in the destruction of the batteries that were so effectually silenced Wednesday in the third and most successful bombardment of Santiago The Kentuckian does not as sume to express an opinion on the Whitsitt matter but viewed from an outside standpoint it seems that some action ought to be taken to settle once tor all what is becoming a worm eaten chestnut in every gathering the Baptists have This endless controversy is doing harm to the church and dividing it into irreconcilable factions A terrible stampede occurred at Tampa Thursday night among the horses and unbroken mules belong ing to the army and kept in corral near the c...

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. — 18 June 1898

0 sp Marry Tandys Bride A Paducali special to the Louis ville Times has this to say of Ilarry Tandys approaching- wedding announced in Wednesdays KEN TUCKIAN The marriage will take place at the Palmer House June 29 at 9 p nv Rev B B Reed of Grace Episcopal church officiating- After the ceremony a reception will fol low at the hotel to which all the society people and other friends will be invited Mr and Mrs Tandy will leave at once for Cincin nati to attend the press convention and upon their return will visit friends in Hopkinsvillc before coming- to Paducah to reside Thebridetobe is one of Paducahs prettiest and most accomplished young ladies a fine vocalist and one of many other rare attainments She is a daughter of Mr John Seg enfelter an old and respected citizen who has amassed quite a competency Mr Tandy is well known to the newspaper men of Kentucky having been connected with various papers here for the past ten years now being- city editor of the Evening TMVwn TTiq linmn mn...

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. — 18 June 1898

L ja II Elf va Wft J w k I u t tH F 1 WtJmtM JLi Sp i wv f t Eft l iy ii esws Tfl HERES NEWS rvH A Recently Divorced Couple to Re Marry To morrov A marriage will take place at the residence of Dr M S Merri wether at 8 oclock to morrow morning that will be a great sur prise to the public The contract ing parties will be Mr J Wheeler Cayce and his divorced wife Mrs Rebecca Adams Cayce The cou ple were divorced last year on grounds that bordered on the sen sational and only last March there was a suit in Circuit Court over the possession of the throe children The court left them in the posession of the mother but granted the fath er permission to see the children as often as he wished This seems to have led to the reconciliation and a revival of their old love The ceremony will be performed bv Elder J W Mitchell and the couple will board for a few days at Dr Merriwethcrs Next weeK they will go to the farm recently purchased by Mr Cayce near Church Hill and go to housekeeping with their...

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. — 20 June 1898

3 TDtK Jaity 5 JvEnttichimt L 1 NO 46 VOTED he Whitsitt Resold tions By 177 V- J Majority he Discussion ConcludedCu ban Resolution Introduced When the forms closed for the regular edition Saturday the dis cussion on the Whitsitt matter was in nrotrress A- seconu eaiuuu X o briefly gave the result of the vote The following is a part of the un finished discussion Third speaker Dr W H Felix said in part I have had positive I went to the books and found he misquoted garbled and made mis takes I spent time to get the truth I got it I have no apology to offer I have always studied originals for twenty five years There are one thousand errors inx Dr Whitsits book A question in iBaotist history These errors convictions are all in favor of Dr Whitsitt and since the meeting at Chattanooga against tne uapusts he is unfit to be I most heartilv concur in the utterly lutions I wish it understood where I stand I have never seen any in timation that Dr Whitsitt wants my sympathy He hardly recog niz...

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. — 20 June 1898

lu - - AK5C If- b a C f tf H V j W W hpum The most significant development of last week was the increasing gravity of the threatened compli cations with Germany The pres ence of German warships at Manila is in itself not a reassuring circum stance The rumor that Spain has sold the Philippines to Germany was also given currency from London A German captain is alleged to have declared at Manila at a Span ish gathering that America would Philippines whilei nfvor nnnev the William was Emperor Added to these reports comes the statement from Washington yesterday that the declaration of independence by the Philippine leaders on Friday is bringing up new complications It is feared that Germany may use the capture of Manila by the insur gents as a pretext to land a force of marines to guard German inter ests but really to force a collision of some sort with the Americans The growing hostility of Germany and France is now a subject of Itfmuch comment in the press s The opinion is gaining grou...

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. — 20 June 1898

TOBACCO WORMS Successful Method of Destroy ing Them The Original Plan of Poisoning the Fly Which Lays the Egg Is the Most Popular With tho plnutiug of ovory tobneco crop tho farraora nlwnyB bogin propa rations to provont big crop of worma However within tho poBt three or four yonra thoro ia not tho uuivorsal atten tion paid to this matter that thoro was somo ton or twelve yoaia ago Tho tobacco fly which deposits tho egg that produco tho worm is called a millor and tho pldn by which tho greatest number of those cnu bo killed in tho shortest possible time is tho plan for the oxtormiuatiou of tho tobacco fly is tho best though others havo come into uso This plnu is to place powdered cobalt into a pint bottle of s woe toned water with a small quill inserted in tho cork and by quick motion to insert a little of the preparation into the JameBtown weed bloom This Btaould be done at sun Get If dono too soon it will dry up before tho miller begins to fly around which it does about twilight Q...

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. — 20 June 1898

VI ARj v i i p r I - J If ft J fr - iv US p MILL BLOWN UP 1 Work of Men Supposed lo Be Spanish Spies One Injured And Captured and the Others Escaped Cincinnati O June 20 Spec ialsThe smokeless powder finish ing house of the King Powder Co thirty miles from here was blown up last night and completely de molished A man presumably a foreigner who is said to have caus ed the explosion was picked up badly injured His alleged partner was seen running away The sheriff is in pursuit MANY INDICTMENTS Large Number Returned Against Bank and Turnpike Officials The grand jury yesterday morn- ing returned a large number of in 1 dictments against prominent citi zens directors and officers in the various turnpike companies of the county charging them with failing vlo make settlement with the County 7 Court There are thirteen of the jl gentlemen indicted representing lour ot tne principal companies as follows Christian County Union Turnpike Co Hopkinsville Nash- ville and Bradshaw Road Turnpike Co K...

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. — 21 June 1898

V i l miles east of Santiago 9- The VOL 1 NO 47 NOW B We Are Ready For Bus iness In Cuba Gen Shatter Hunting a Laud ing Place For the Army Off Santiago Juue 21 Special The transports from Tampa with Gen Shatters army arrived here at noon Monday Gen Shatter is now discussing with Admiral Sampson the best landing place It will be either ten miles above or below Santiago or at Guantanamo 49 The voyage from Tampa was uneventful There are a few cases of measles and a dozen cases of typhoid fever among the troops The solr diers are in high spirits Bryans Troops in Tough Luck Omaha June 21 Special Col W J Bryan and his battalion are having a disagreeable time in camp They have no rations fuel dishes or blankets and have been for several hours without water The f buildings are desolate and weeds and grass abouud This Bails the Troubles in Camp Washington June 21 Special Col Bryans regiment of Nebras ka volunteers will not go to the Philippines It has been assigned to the Ninth army corps un...

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. — 21 June 1898

R p Br sal vti H k fa f f Vi 1 if w C3Bgi - MU I PerhatBlMcof stead intake Ifobsmi and bb ca to Haraaa and conffric tbexa in 3forro Catf pre- yent it Ijombardaent wbea M Jfmc oxae to take the city- Alfen D Candler will probably be the next giorenwr cf Gwgia FbjjjcaHr be is a Terr oW aaa and ha but one ere baring Vi th other ia batile in the Cmfeder ate irice Tlje fcfcop Seiwrila that waited from Seattle ia Januarr for Juneau vritb Mtren men aboard aad the Mhooocraty of Sitka that aikd for Fort Wrangle with three wen btfve never been beard from and bare been given up for IMinaiiter W A Water of Springfield Ky had bi salary raised S100 on the aise day a boj baby arrived in bin family He will probably name the boy Smith to above- the postmaster general that he appreciates the timely in crease Uerca College the institution es tablished alout 30 years ago in Madison county by Northern people for the co education of races and wK d has come to a failure and will pass into the hands of 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. — 21 June 1898

t I rJt Xi To Bridge the Channel People who have crossed tho anr row strip of water Bopnruting Euglnnd from Franco will lo lutorpBtod in a proposal for tiro erection of a pormuv nont brMgo across tho English chrtu nel Tho author of tho plaos is M Thouvonot lo Boul a member of the technical comtuHteo of tho Freuch Chanuel Bridge Company an old or ganizition from which nothing hna boon hoard for aomo years Tho plana provided for tho building of a bridgo with tho loor submorgod about fifty feet bolowlow watormark Tracks will bo laid on this bridgo and upon thorn a tower structure will roll along with its top abovo tho water Tho tower will bo operated by olectricity Tho plan is nu ampli float ion of tho rolling bridgo at St Malo Franco which is howovor a much smaller affair Tho tracks there arojaid on tho bottom of thi harbor which is about half a mile across Tho proposed chanuol bridgo would bo about twenty two miles in ength and is ostimatod to cost 70 000000 It would tako at least fi...

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. — 21 June 1898

a a I I Ar w tl fit it j SrikP sa Tl of er o hi resj W Iw m m W 1 f1 V M t w it til V v - St i iVM im BkV tt th kui m m i Kf Kft H SifvJ m kV HUNTING RECRUITS J Will Wind up In This City In a Few Days The new recruits were sent away to day on the noon train going to Ft McPherson Ga says the Owensboro Inquirer There have been seventy two men sent away to date and Capt Tyler believes that he will double this number before another month Capt II h Atkin son and Privates Frank Prowse IS A Davis and II H Hopkins arrived in the city Sunday recruit ing for the Third regiment and hiv nnoncrl ouarters over the mjK O First National bank Capt Atkin KMSSftfibn secured only five men in Hen- person but will get about twenty tronv tins nlice Capt Atkinson KU7 piutc PSv6uld not give their names until liMSfHey have been finally accepted and iJPWitiiJi fmetnt nrl in He has only ninety that he will be able to get them in the next four days He will com plete his work here to morrow af ternoon and leave ...

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. — 22 June 1898

a VOL 1 NO 48 Night Waited For and Cervera Will Move 4 Preparing to Make a Desper ate Dash For Liberty Mole St -Nicholas June 22 Special The Cuban scouts report that Admiral Cervera is preparing- to make a desperate effort to escape on the first dark night affording- an opportunity It is believed the Mer rimac wreck can be passed single file There may still be a chance for a naval battle This move would of course be the last desperate at tempt of a doomed man There is absolutely no hope of escape cither in or out of the bottle After Gen Miles Scalp New Yore June 22 Special The Journals Washington corres pondent says the action of the House Committee in reporting favorably the bill giving Gen Corbin the rank of Pay Major General is interpret ed to mean that he will soon be raised to the rank of Lieut General to supersede Miles Congress Wants to Know Washington June 22 Special Senator Jones of Arkansas offered in the Senate a resolution providing for a rigid investigation tf Governmen...

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. — 22 June 1898

Br P y i r v 1 L m IP 1- Pn mmmm T SI jWItp - u Per 3 Mostds in Advance 100 Prom what the say of Gen Shatters size he will be very easy to list A test vote taken Monday showed that the Hawaiian resolution will pass the Senate by an overwhelming- majority The Kansas apple crop will be almost a total failure Not more than 15 per cent of a crop vill be gathered Admiral Sampson will probablv soon learn that he made a mistake in nairiny the cable at Git an- - X 3 tanamo Tivpntv or thirtv members of Company E First Wisconsin Regi ment at Jacksonville are sick from eating unwholesome canned goods Miles and Alger are again fussing- and are unable to agree upon a leader for the troops to be sent to reinforce Shatter The President will have to decide the controversy Lieut Blue has already distin quished himself in Cuba by riding an army mule 72 miles It still re mains to be seen what Maj White and Col Redd will do Maj Gen Shatter is a heavy weight whose avordupois is said to reach 314 pounds ...

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. — 22 June 1898

lU Mimical Convention at Hcrndon Mrp Tandy Masons niusical term at Hcrndon closed Friday with a concert and although the cloudB indicated rain the hall beautifully decorated with flowers and evergreens and gracefully draped in our national colors was well filled with an appreciative audience Among the well selected features of the evening we cannot refrain from the mention of Bright Angels a worthy song by six lit tle maidens and the instrumental solos and duet played by the little folks were beautiful and showed thorough training The Gypsy Operetta The New Woman and Red White and BhteTam bourinc Drill are worthy of special mention as the participants ac- quitted themselves with much crddit Miss Sarah M Sypert whose finely cultured voice has been so highly complimented by the music circles of Clarksville favored us with the rendition of Dream Song by Miss Eva B Smith and proved herself a charming vocalist Miss Barbara Adcocks Of Christ ian county who is accomplished in instrumental ...

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. — 22 June 1898

the we mo pri 3 rU IV W Vi fw A m x I i irw e v v J V v r CIRCUIT COURT t rm Several Judgments One of Them In an Old Case A D Adair and McCarty Bros vs W E Ragsdale a suit on putifd account is on trial to day An order of distribution was made in the case of P A Watkins Admrf vs heirs and creditors Judgment for sale and tion in the case of Knights Admr vs heirs and creditors Iihtlie old case of J D Terry and wife vs W MReynolds andothersa judgment was rendered in favor of the plaintiff This case has been on the docket since 1889 and was V heard by Judge McPherson and later by Judge Grace years ago V but no decision was ever announc ed It was a suit to dispossess Reynolds from some land occupied by him after lying out for years without any known owner nolds took it up and the court re stores it to the Terrys Decker and Rollins The grand jury has investigated jsljjjfr the larceny cases against Hen- ry uechcr iui ii is w Reeves store and Minor Rollins 4s charged with stealing W R How- e...

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. — 23 June 1898

- W YOIil NO 40 at 5 te V -HOT Tune in the Old Town Chicago June 23 Special A specail to the News Says - Shortly after midnight Gen Shafters entirearmy landed aBaiquiri Tnninc nntimipM n rpmovG m nes from the naroor io uouDuiat me cable was cut by the St Louis yesterday me ri un k I with the outside world Shatter reports that all his troops are landed and that he is now I unloading- the seige guns horses and other supplies One Cuban was hurt by an American shell in the lulls tno resistance 4 Spanish Editot Hot in tKe Madrid June 23 Special Jas Carnel editor of the Heraldo violently attacks the Government saying it is responsible for sending Cervera to Saritiagp and declares he was not sugpViMyith the neces sary ammulaTHoiirsiores coal etc The only plan to pursue he stfys is to close the Cortes and suspend the constitutional guarantee paniards Scared in Cadiz Cadiz June 23 Special The anti British demonstration fday resulted from apprehension that the Americans intend to bombard Cadi...

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. — 23 June 1898

ftl mol PrJI Ini Crf Rl 4i a WftH VlS m V t V Mm g B jiTl r Col T Bryans regiment tween the lHh of April and the 15th of Mar but then the Turks had no Congressional election ahead of them A sftn of Senator IJarrib who was onlo years old last February hasenlisted in the volunteer army at Washington and has gone to the front He claims to be the young est recruit t - r xxie juouisvuie iiniesisauiuuiuj for the statement that Col T J Smith is to be assigned to command the brigade at Chickamauga of which his regiment is a part 9Bwo months seems to be a favor itWperiod with the administration It took two months to declare war Jjarter the Maine was blown up and - tw6 months to move the army after war was declared IVe have been unable to find out how many of the new government bonds were taken bv members of ttielventuckv press The matter ill be investigated at the at Cincinnati coming Pnnf Vt Pnrtr Thnmnsnn TMSf was tT 2 jlected custodian otpuoucouiiaings by the judges of the court of ap pea...

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