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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 23 June 1898

it j WW- 2c yd- Sheer Scotch lawns in new arid choice effects worth 7c w i 4jSw4W 4 - Wash Fabrics 36 inch Fine Percales fast colore new designs ASn regular 10c value MV t Printed Dimity Cords new patterns Aln worth 10c 2 Yard wide finest Percales the 15o kind Fast Qn and ffnnd v R o Handsome Organdies and Lawns choice sheer beautiful goods On worth 15o 0 Dainty French Organdies regular 25o goods lip new exquisite effects1 U Scotch Duck Suiting new Crash patterns On worth 12o v Staitlini Staples A Genuine Columbian 7p Shirting Cheviots East Lake fine Mad- 11 rasShirtiugworthl5o Xf Splendid Check Cotton heavy and good Cr SALE BEGINS DAY MORNING 9 A M A 7f m 334c Yard wide bleached muslin worth 17c A3C Ladies S leeveless 1 Bibbed Vests taped neck combed cotton 10c value QC Ladies fine bleached sleeveless Veststaped neck and arms worth 20c WWte Goods f ri - 1 8Jc a-v- imity worth 25o f vr Daintv nnd fine India 1 15c 86 inch real French Or gandie worth 85c 19c Best English Long Cloth wo...

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. — 23 June 1898

r Mk m of g0 ft v r r t t ri 1 sr nis NAME B fEOkAM Tlie Skk Stranger Sent to Asylum Wednesday wfw T the The kt man vrho was taken off the L fc N train Wednesday morning In a helplcs condition wasWm B Pcgram of Owens- boro Ky Late in the afternoon he -was taken into court and tried on a e hrtrrre nf lunncv nd committed to the asylum His wife is very much averse to pivinir out anr informa tion about his case Hopkinsville Tobacco flarket KeportedbyJ H Egskton of Camming A Egfclcton Co Icrprtd bayeron order I dealer la m1 lusdlerof 11 tobaeeol June 22 93 The offerings this Hveek ivere very large and com posed of a great deal of common medium and nondescript tobacco for which there was but little de mand hence rejections were heavy There was occasionally hogsheads of good leaf which sold at satisfac tory prices With the exception of the good leaf and lugs previous prices were lower than last week For some unknown cause a great many ol the buyers did not have their usual orders for the s...

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. — 24 June 1898

VOL 1 NO 50 i To Leave the Trenches Are the Dons They are Waiting For Shatter To Attack Them Baquiri Cuba June 24 Special The fall of Santiago in ten aides The Spanish are evidently days is predicted by one of Gen Shatters dently determined to remain in the trenches near Santiago and await an attack Thus far they have refused every attempt to drive them out Strong Peace Talk at Madrid Madrid June 24 Special In the chamber of Deputies yester day Senor Robledo delivered a powerful speech advocating the open ing of direct negotiations for peace with the United States if the gov ernment wanted peace The Powers would want brokers commissions if they undertake to effect peace In the Senate Gen Campos said he would be ashamed to abandon Cuba when 150000 Spanish soldiers exclusive of volunteers were pro pared to resist the attack of the invading Americans John Bull Sells Us a Boat - Baltimore June 24 Special The British steamer Norse King has been sold to the government as a water boat 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. — 24 June 1898

the wel mof P irij m a a i Wf s 1 - i i w j erv V h VaV 4 r ckisA Iff Oarrff mUtk 4 4 ft mem fy ra Sr CJardr v M ntf M hi 1rm i where he - r tWat in 1 Ahc f if t -till a fc fKt atach rrtan nv diKtiict at the annal Toting pfcure a VrnV am there f 1 WilrVr t Se at hJ better Sr gtfpr the hzrct9g4 W rtbll ith it fr irhcre tttere fci J3 protrtbI tj tfc Dr Ctonlj ftl eer aa k Co jpitir reprtiTttotffiJ iik I v4MMMate for rm tcthm We to in awto tJuit he MMaMulc th ditrict out Urn cj br t A TfnecnU3AvtM Wlnle fcfctrtbat1l w nAtkma r epmimtitm he d not tr mtoti twrt tlsw tsu WB iked JrjiikertMU hi caw rtfteent So dntrict in Out td- Slate ha a more kooewt and litkfol repreaeotatire than ha iiecnrf dtrrt of Ibr StaU t Ktckj r aardf ay irefl U that b will recti 4ft of elJ doe It were a pity that trtrj numhtr si both Wite wao not a faithful earnest d hooet a ha he thi go4 jnaa The HoaUer icerely wiahea HAh a J and happr tine jet oe earth aiKl with aar honor ret to aW to him i iffamea tfyer 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. — 24 June 1898

n m e in jr r vvsA I PR w COAST DEBASE GttlS i i T l 111 iuIl mr H J nF ivi the tfotit tHcnivtuiUvo WHf rt is nininmiiil that Dr It J Ont- llnir of Hartford Conn tlie Inventor Of tlie siiiuujiMv through r Cleveland litw a jcv tyfee of big cortBt ddlctise gun for the gov ernment nt Washington It will be stib lected to rt test of 108000 pounds to tho 1 a t 1 Ty fii llln it smvk lf hfe WoeUlv lsjijSw 70 yenrs of age IB V - I iv Prison unt cmateti nun in iu Dn R J CATLING Inventor of tbolAteat Coast Defense Gun vention or a screw ior propelling craft It was tlitf war of 18G1 G5 that -cave bent to his genius for inventions suitable to war - Hitherto he had de l voted himself to inventions tor the I li ft ditstrles and the arts inventions for sowing cottonseed and rice and wheat 1 f or thinning cotton plants for breaking E hemp He had invented a steam plow The first of hl3 revolving nattery guns was made at Indianapolis in 1802 Twelve were used by Gen Butler on the Jnmes river In 188G the...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 24 June 1898

Ay w H 4 the wei mc Hi CJ m 1 ra i m J n Mr m w fm my Kfu d id 4 Pi - rm U - fS fflSEl vo 4V 0 WTM n rfffl W X CHEWY SEC Atfpposcd to Have Caused Death of George Dennis DAILY MARKET REPORT- aaimarai f fa the Geortre Dennis vounrrest son of Dr J M Dennis died last nifjht of appendicitis after a weeks illness Hitftrouble it is supposed result ed from swallowing- a cherry seed He was in the country last week at the residence of his uncle Air J M Medley and on Thursday came home Rtck He went to bed and it was soon found thathis trouble was -very serious He continued to grow worse and death resulted jHe was in his thirteenth year and was an exceptionally bright arid promising boy the pride of doting- parents The funeral services will be held at some time to morrow the hour oiot having been definitely fixed at -this writing Interment in Hopewell Cemetery THE 0A1AHA STAMPS The New Series Now on Sale at the Postoffice The i Trans Mississippi stamps commemorative of the holding ofthe nationa...

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. — 25 June 1898

MP TPfTW r0L 1 NO 51 wmwmmw V Play a Del EstaJune 25 Special Gen Sh after personally com- j plimented Roosevelts Rough Riders and the First and Tenth cavalry ifor their bravery yesterday Later reports show that 17 Americans were killed and 43 wounded some of them mortally The following Americans wounded in yesterdays battle have since died and are included in the number of the killed mentioned above James Crews private Edward Culver private Harry Heffner private alsoCapt Ldna of the Cuban army The Spaniards opened fire from the thick brush and had every ad vantage of numbers and position but the troops drove them back from the start stormed the block house around which they made the final stand and sent them scattering over the mountains Clearing the Way for Victory I iChicago June 25 Special A special to the News says L awtons advance guard is marching to Castilla four miles from Santiago to day Gen Linares is intrenched there A battle is expected soon Samp son has moved his ships ...

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. — 25 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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 25 June 1898

Endeavor Altlrig To rtorrow livery body should ultend iHf Wiwlcavor Convention the the Christ ly to morrow evening jjt ian church at 8 oclock This will probably be the last convention meeting uetore vim the thousands Of young pcopl Nashville on the 6th of July nUractive speeches g o in Good and much information and enthusiasm ii imiiui order of the eveni vtntiv ncttrile will attend who nir ire especially interested in Endeavor worker in the convention but the object of this service is to arouse1 interest and enthusiasm with refer ence to the convention in particular and we predict that its aim willbe attained Indications even now point to large a delegation- trom thin olace andr many names iuMac hr ndded to the list Will nmw tiirrht This meetintr w to ill he in the place of the evening ser vice at the four Endeavor churches Two facts are to be impressed upon the minds of the people One is jnf flm rnnvention is somcthincf of irreat importance it is the biggest I j i 11 i gathering oi...

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. — 25 June 1898

iNij w r ft f fSm f m iSft j y IE - 10 Wt a iiiiil i ndtiwlni indrMJIM li BANK RSJEF1NE The New Law Give Notice War Taxes of Warning as to Issuance of Checks Customers 11 ustAssumeThcir 3hare of tlic Burndcn f - jft QManj of the banks bare begun a campaign of education for the ben efit of their customers and corre spondents preliminary to the op eration of that portion of the war rerenue law which applies to bank ing transactions Some confusion is expected from the first enforce ment of the adhesive stamp tax pro visions but with a view to reducing such friction to a minimum several institutions are issuing circulars calling attention to the chief feat ures particularly the issuance of checks and drafts The following from one national bank will serve as a sample of the list To Our Customers We desire to draw your attention to the fact that part of the new war revenue act vhich requires the use and can cellation of adhesive stamps on checks and other like documents will go into effec...

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. — 27 June 1898

m lygM I - VOL 1 NO 62 M them - FlfhUaf W milfPV right whr he iito io b U IHje frotit -He wa in UJnt crap th grt q txyt chnce taftrNNr gmk mlpf READY i i Shafter and Chaffee at The Citys Gates Linares Has Retired to His Last Entrenchments - Juruguay Cuba June 27Speclal 0ur army is now within an hours march of Santiago Gen Chaffee heads the the brigade Seviila where Gen Linares declared he at the front and occupies would make his stand Instead he withdrew and is now intrenched atlhe outer line of defenses of the city of Santiago Gen Shafter is personally directing the operations which will begin as soon as the heavy artillery can be frought into position Gen Shafter hopes to take Santiago before the end of the week - Rumors and RmorsNow Passing Through the latest r Ronie June liberal asserts that Italy has pri vately informed Spain thatCamaras fleet will not be allowed to coal at any Italian ports on the Red Sea of the United States Port Said June 27-Special-On-application Consul the...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 27 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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 27 June 1898

55 u SUPERSTITIONS ON WARSHIPS No tnn Js Free From These frmctM Many of Which Are Very Odd - Tkji most pictiilroeque superstitions of tbo eons aro those which govern n modorn mau of war Every old salt in tho nnvy believes in hoodooB and spells which may work nil sorts of oylls on his ship nnd must bo carefully guarded iigaitiBt Warship snporstitions lmvo boon evolved from older notions of tho sou ninny na nnciont as tho nrt of nnvi gatiou Tho great lovollor steam has modified moro or loss and peculiar dangers of warships havo called forth many now theories and beliefs Tho mysterioud powers of Bhipa boo doos aro said to commonce long boforo the ship itself has outered tho water It is a very generally accepted sup erstition that if tho first blow which is Btruck tho kool bringB sparks the ship is destined in some future battle to Buffer from a raking firo from the onemy The oldtirao practice of stealing a piece of wood and imbedding it in tho prow for good luck is of course impossible...

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 June 1898

tiv m M til lr V A Hopklnsvllle Boy With WHccler al5ntiaso The first Hopkinsville boy to see services m Cuba was L D Brown son of Judge M DBrown who Is with Wheeler around Santiago He was the only white cavalry re L r itt Hi nnd went to cruiiirum luia v - Chattanooga and was as5igneato the First Cavalry under Gen Joe Wheeler He is in Capt Edwards comoanv and was no doub in the brush at Sevilla Friday Judge Brown is very proud of the fact that his boy was the first Hopkins ville man sent to fight the Span iards A Change in the Plans i ThePudacah Visitor says the announced nuptials of Miss Eliza- beth Segenfelter and Mr Harry Tandy will not occur at the Palmer house as stated but at Grace Episcopal church this change being made to accord with the wishes of their hosts of friends The marriage however will be the modest yet pretty function first pro posed and there will be no other departure from the original idea of the charming bride-to-be The time and hour will therefore as last week...

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 June 1898

f Wt M VOL1 flW53 - WATCH - Germans and Do Not Talk Says Dewey Entire German Asiatic Fleet Gathering at Manila Chicago June 28 Special A cable from the Record from its correspondent with Dewey dated June 23rd say The Charleston and San Francisco are expected to day A move ment against Manila is expected to follow soon The Spanish are strengthening the defenses of the city People here believe the Germans are preventing the bombardment of the city Germans entire Asiatic fleet is gathering at Manila object unknown June 15th the insurgents captured San Fcrnandina and Maceape Six ty Spaniards were killed including Gen Monet Over 1000 Spaniards were taken prisoners Capt Gen Augustis family will be protected by Gen Aguinaldo Admiral Dewey is master of the situation afloat He is keeping a close watch on Germans but says nothing regarding them Hfles Witt Wot Co Might - M Be in Shaffers Way Washington June 28 Special It is stated this morning that the President has decided not to errant Gen M...

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 June 1898

i if J wmMFmmmimmm lLL yiim i 1 1 r4erT caA KE caiir otaZ 3autCXAf2128 - itist HOW Jlobson nai u - After all that has been saidaboufc u the Bunxen jicihuj AS S - anago channel Tbc TalcTpr7eubcn Bronaugh should be a fearful warn- m from ennsuau wuv to people f fc1 inclined lo ventuit juw Clarksrille to do their the wilds of trading1 Dental Associa The Tennessee tion will meet at Lookout Mountain ffillbe reminded dentists July 5th The minded very much of teeth when they settle their bills at the Lookout Inn at summer rates And feo the war isrto be carried Africa before into Europe Asia and fore we move on Havana When Uavana falls the war will end Why not begin nearest home and take the capital of Cuba or if nec essary wipe it off the map The dispatches say that thearmy ia within sight of Santiago To be sure To be sure But the navy has been in sight of Havana for two months It is the inside and not be outside of both cities that we want our soldiers to see The war correspondents m Cuba...

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 June 1898

Sfr STUDY OF CHILDRENS 1 WoBderfnl Improvomout Has Occurred in Our Educational Syatom A grout llcrbartian whva sweeping across the schools during the Inst few ycflrs hnd carried away liiuch of the ifolesa mcchnnical drill which char acterized the old education In its jlaco ha3 been loft the vitalizing in luenco of the study of humanity tfA ievinc that the contemplation of tho ivorld crcatcst thoucht and noblest ileeds must result in arousing kin dred enthusiasms litcraturo and his tory have been introduced to our pungest children Wo have given this teaching a sufficient time toprovo its efficacy Is it giving our children lofty ideas Is it exalting goodness wisdom strength truth patriotism Is it enkindling generous desires to perform noblo deeds As a working basis for the solution of these problems papers were col lected from 1440 school children in nnswor to tho following questions What person of whom you have ever heard or read would you most like to resemble Why Being Written as a...

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 June 1898

m Jfur fflA sfZif tip HIGHWAY ROBBERY Reabeu Btmmmfr Udi op at Lonely PSce la CltrfsTiWe Knocked Senseless by Robbers Who Frequent the Unsettled Portions of the Place jfexi time Remlrtat Bsag ca tfiis coaaty gees to spsad tie sigbt is i cMstrr town Hfce ClarfcsrHle be will iafcea dr gward ih bim la ooe of tbe use enled por tions ctfClarksT Hie 1 was beM up n fee feifwar Saturday aijrbt aad robbed br Tbe sry i tbas tdd br the Times Satrdar swsbt Heabea aa old colored aaa xbo Irres ia Cbnsilaa county Kea tuekr a coaatrr carpeaier ImiW erofbarss ttc case bere to do jxtv frradia aad to aoead ibe sfebt riib Bart Keadrick colored wb Utcs sear the c4d pcor boose propertr ia South Clarksrille Af ter pepper Saturday ereaiag Bro saagb weat op tcrwa to stake bis anrhae stariiar back to Kea drick home abat 10 oclock AVbea in Wcods alley where it teraects the IxmisviHe Nashville raftxoad Broaaegb xras attacked br unknown oarties aad rebbed of all hfe Imadles coasfeiiajf of dry goods etc The old ...

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 June 1898

n l xp i A -A lift VOL 1 NO 54 v STORM The City the Next To Be Taken Daily Step Shatter Says He Can Capture Santiago In 48 Hours Washington June 29 Special Gen Shatter has reported to the war department that he can carry Santiago by assault in 48 hours but will not sttemptthe assault immediately because the guns are not in position yet - - Gen Shafter says there is no truth inthe report that yellow fever has broken but among the troops TheVeather is very good and health of his men excellent Col Van Heme Will Die 1 Another Rough Rider Dead I Guanthnamo June 29 Special Col Van Heme of the 8th in- fantrywliose leg- was crushed in disembarking Friday will probably die - Private Tomlinsori of Roosevelts Rough Riders died Friday of typhoid fever Five thousand Americans andt five thousand Cubans are occupying the hills of Hicasas the highest point in the road to San tiago They report theSpaniardsforiifying theliills three miles from tthecity The Cubans Thursday captured three Spanish spies...

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 June 1898

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Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
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