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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 4 May 1898

- d CfllMnaen ----- r brimwtone onr enemies 1 i idjs 1 iWyEAnvocATR Onc cdun f dry one flarv uul one wife at n Our PARK OfWpe3lpie for the people to be paid forlbythe nuo jMr PrinciiLE - The viftoroiw 8ation tbeives and- pub tuc morals km Morro Take all in right ami1 JiustlQ for more od help the yff mq poor dan beg 5 yTJih e NcWh in not a hfel organ nor a Mmulcd P1 Which cahbe proven by a few olclwarjajajjtf ROreheads who navte temnn tip against it Wlniel yhile inmotin i1lr 4ftWK Sported y j the harbor wMfcy MWa 1 m mH Mrs sy A le kre - ir AAfctANTKBNTUCKlAN John vr01 7 Shortly Coinum Pleett aiUiVMd tor retried from Vaifcififft6ii into two divisions- this week The New York the three I tfouble tyrfet iafcAng monitors J purlin1 Amphitrrtd Terror Hith the Iowa aim Miami will fprm the iea V artapiclsul division to lie massed -at scxfne central point OFhte command wii4rJuh directly Under the command of Admiral Sainton The Cincinnati Detroit Mont gomtryi Marblehead all ofiithe jiume clasf...

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 May 1898

Ai i m hi en V hi he n let OUjj V uV to nlfe f zy W rVtiBk i sfiytffi w i d ilb mHi IStt pqp W tW 5 Very Ultle of Interest Trans t pijed Yesterday J 3W5verl Orders Entered In V vCases One Overseer Wit TI Appointed sarv Hiss Greer Will Return Miss Ida Greer who was former ly instructor of violin in the faculty of Bethel Female College and who has many friends in this city has been engaged by Prof Harrison for the next term which begins in September - Miss Greer is a very accomplish ed woman and a most efficient in structor Her return to Hopkins ville will be a source of great grat ification to her many Hopkinsville friends Will Leave May 9 Yesterday afternoon the following telegram was received by Capt John Feland from T J Smith com manding the Third Regiment Bowling Green May 3 Your ft cpmpany will not be ordered to move before May 9 T J Smith Col Com 3rd Tfnr JjThis will set the minds of the boys airetn or a week- at least and re cemthem of the tedious suspense expecting momentary ...

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 May 1898

br J I araua IEB AND WHEELER List ot Military Appoitnmcrits By the President den CastlemnPI Turned Down But HisSonls rinde an En s1 sign In the Navy i Washington May 4Thc Presi dent to day sent these nominations to the Senate To be Major Gopcrals Brig Gen Joseph C Breckinridge Inspector General U si A Brig Gen Elwcll S Otis tL S A Brig Gen John J Coppinger Brig Gen William R Shatter Brig Gen William M Graham BrigGcn Ironcs F Wude Brig Gen Henry C Merriam James H Wilson of Delaware Fitz ugh Lee of Virginia Wm J Sew ell of New Jersey Joseph Wheeler f Alabama Colonels to be Brigadier-Generals Thos M Anderson Fourteenth Infantry Charles E Copton Fourth Cavalry Abraham K Arnold First JK FiTZ nuan Ike Cavalry John S Poland Seven teenth Infantry John C Bates Second Infantry Andrew S Burt Twenty fifth Infantry jSimon Sydner Nineteenth Infantry Hamilton S Hawkins Twentieth Infantry Roy al T Frank First Artillery Jacob F Kent Twenty fourth Infantry SarauelS Summer Sixth Cavalry Francisfe4 Gue...

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 May 1898

G or m S i m - i V 1 K -A i imm M m m r w mz r M 1 - n mm mHMtrrt Ss It is safe to say that many of the bby babies for this montn wiu U nameti George Dewey rf i Knid Admiral Montejo who at Manila is AVa so badly whipped known in Spain as the Fighting kdinlfal The 15000 yellow fever inutilities in in enlisted will all come fromthe - 1 211 I USouth North Carolina s quota mij s all be colored t ii i T 1 1l nrnlm it is saiu mat oiu r W r - - M fe bly give the Oregon a convoy mm see that nothing happens to uwime vin Brazilian waters rr ii- f m Ifrntlkfnrt IS that U J11U Jtlick iiuiu -- - 7 e the Kentucky troops have been so r slow in starting that they are liable I not to be needed at all This bly explains the delay in ordering the troops to move It if possible that some mistake may have been made in making up the carriers routes by which papers are not being delivered as directed Let the office know of any com plaints and they will be promptly corrected The Madisonville Hustler one of t...

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 May 1898

W 4 PLAN OF CANPAMN fh Latest Program rUpped Out For Simpson r Jfe v Key Westt May 4 The Govern- J i 41 11 mtnt plains ior a cuuvcucu lunu did naval attack onHavana are out complete andnwhile the city iii ft more the special object of attack it is fcafe to say that the days of Spanish dtimhiatibn in Cuba arc at nli enjli Admiral Sampson has divided his fleet as a result of a prolonged conference between the ship com mahders held almost under - the gUns of Morro Castle and after as signing the rest of his command to maintain the blockadeN he headed a procession hitoKey west which brought thebattlCisliips Iowa and Indiana the bruisers Cincinnati and Detroit ancl the dispatch boat Mayflower trailiner alonir after him All have been coaling here ever since and will start south again with bunkers filled to their utmost capacity Of the Cuban coast they will be joined by two of the three double turreted monitors probably the iPurjtan and the Amphitnte and then Admiral Sampson will open 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. — 5 May 1898

J r i rl U if vi lKbi I V r J r I mu begin jwyf 4i Plans i jJliW v wlia - nan t AiaiA x jru mn I vltw9lr f Perfected For Lafayette 1 Bank at -v t fTiiosOH Elliott Will Be President Brick Building to Be Erected The Bank at Lafayette will be gin business on July 1st The pre leminary steps looking to the or ganization of the company have all been taken and the articles of in corporation have been drawn up The most prominent and wealthy citizens of that community will be interested in the bank and its suc cess now seems assured The president will be Mr Thomas H Elliott who at one time was president of the Farmers and Mer chants National Bank at Clarksville and has had the benefit of wide ex perience in the banking business His name alone is a guarantee o the financial soundness of the in stitution The capital will be 15000 to begin with Mr R J Carothers will be Vice President and H M Massie cashier A large and handsome brick building will be erected on the principal street of the prospe...

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. — 6 May 1898

Y i r LL N0 7 rASCURf IS SEES IT Chicago Records Staff Corres pondent At Washington - -A Is V M DUcdes the Llg of fi Ttn 7nr nvitnnmctlts at IS iiNj Home andoiiiSea Washington D C May 5 No body except the president the sec retary of the navy andCapt Crown- inshield knows where it Admiral t t i i JAAwHIt ih Seven Oiuiuii ni - strongest ships in his jlcet -the New York Iowa Indiana Puritan Cincinnati Detroit Marblehead and the dispatch boat Mayflower They received instructions Wed nesday to prepare for a long voyage and to be ready to sail at an hours notice The naval war board may be able to guess their destination because the movement is made up on its recommendation but the sec retary of war andj the rest of the cabinet do not know and Admiral Sampson has sealed orders which Will not be opened until he is well out to sea and even then will only be communicated by signal in frag ments to the rest of the ships as occasion may require It seems to be pretty well under stood that the Ca...

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. — 6 May 1898

SKA V 4 V MfoC IM PI Vv fit j IlsIK 5 n Dv Hi W jflBi A N m p Iublltihcd cvtry mornlnir except Mondh ty OKAS X XBAOHAKaia S Main Polo expects to Madrid to dayj A -A eAvif Toronto for H i As We have had occasion to gbefore believe nothing muii sec it in the Kentuckian 0 Arizona volunteers were the first o be mustered in as regulars say you It is costing1 us about 2000000 a darto waif for Spain tb germ fighting distance of our guns - One third of the Mhe First Ohio Regiment iPaa8 muster ji volunteers for failed to DahOSullivan won80p to 2fl0 iDioif Whrn nnn starts to ri i ll f Imvo fnunllv isew i oik iic i - WUvnril P Stanton of Louisville was in the fight with Dewey at Ma the Vnila tie was a suhui Olympia on If all of the new generals are to take a turn atthe bat the war will be in its infancy when the century ends if May wheat touched 5131 day and yesterday took anotner bulge to 150 It is a poor that doesnt help somebody England will undertake to off any attempt Prance and tria may ...

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. — 6 May 1898

t V Tl mm SKY HIGH tyiwit Goes lip Thursday to KS0 Bushel -- v r r A itkms Showing the State of r i tf Market 6n6tlier GraShs and Provisions 11 ii - Chicago May 5 On an advance at Liverpool equal to 6c wheat opened at 135 5c higher than yes terday a close Under heavy realiz ing it reacted to 131 then under confirmation of rumor that Spain would remit impprtfduties and that Italy rind AutrivHungary would take off their import duties mere of shorts to was a wild scramble cover shovinsr up market 1 2 and 5 cents at a bound until 150 was Did tne jiigiiuii pi im onn w when Hutch cornered the market 4 Chicago Market QUOTATIONS BY RAWLINS CO i BROKERS bash Wheat 1 35 uly Wheat 99 July Corn Kept Corn fjuly Oats I July Pork July Lard July Ribs Qpg Iligt Closing H 35tf 26 11 22 5 45 5 60 1 50 1 03 34 35j 27 11 22 G Q0 5 G2 1 50 1 02X 34tf 35 26K 11 25 5 92 5 57 TsOBACCO MARKET Strong Prices Prevailed On the Local Board This Week Hanbery Shryer sold 23 hhds as follows 4- hhds good Jeaf 1175 10...

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. — 6 May 1898

IKSwflL BiTJ - awl Hi V HE jS S U i V X fc v it i i w f i m i m fu MMttSi MMHJJI Sfcfl f wwssmp WW 8 a SHE WANTS 5250 NegrpWomahsitAgainst Pn ami AnUta Were CrUSllCd While Taking Coal From Defendants Car n r cnnl tn her friendsj throwinin lii k r A lumpsfrom the car to them i ing this she alleges she asKcu and nc agents Engage your strawberries Sunday at Wallis Grocery for i Sally Reed a colored woman Hied petition in the Circuit Court Thursday against the Louisville Nashville railroad company claim ing damages in the sum of 5250 In March 189 so the petition Wstates the plaintiff was standing f with some friends by fie side of a number of coal cars which had been Vsidc tracked on the defendants Mracksl in this tity An agent and employer of the defendant was on one of these cars and was giving m in See inu 8 defendants agent to give her some J coal j He told her to climb upon the ifnn rif flirt nnrl nrpf it Roeillf A W that the cars were detached and fearing no danger she says she cl...

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 May 1898

o Jiv 0 JLm JT00 VOIii NO 8 WE CAN HOiD THEM No Reason Why the United States Should met hi r 1 mULkt vV Not Uln The Conquered Philip- W - Wahhiiigton D Ciay G If the ambassadors andministers at Washington reflect the views of their governments the seizure of the Philippine islands by the United States meets Villi their approval because they believe that the com mercial importance of the archipel ago will be greatly increased un der a good government which it has haver had from Spain But there is likely to be trouble if the United States attempts to transfer that territory to any other power Russia would resist the annexa tion of the Philippines to Japan Germany and France and perhaps Russia also wpuld object to their transfer to great Britain and the latter government would oppose their ownership by any continental power None of the European gov ernments would object to the reten tion of the islands by the United States They would all welcome the entree of this nation into the easte...

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 May 1898

m u m J m maMm m IS J ITtf i jirj kA M m it- v I 74 ftfoe Dail funtuckiau PuWlfthcd crery tnornlntf except Mqnday CXA M MSAOKAJ 312 ft Main Portugals bed by TrurnvrmTOV XJLTM A Pkr Annum 400 Pi Month aB -The Gruiser St aul Capt Sigs Ijoq new shfp Has gone to the front Spain is said to be short otammu riitibn and unprepared for a naval battle Why not get a search warrant and go to hunt for the Spanish ar mada It is strange none of the yellow journals has thought to come Out on Manila paper Spanish soldiers captured on 4 w Avrnmitn have been sent to Port McPherson Russia is said to be very friendly towards the United States and not at all liable to do us any harm The Spaniards around Lexing ton Ky may as well surrender The Kentucky troops will be there in three days Spains invincible fleet has not yet been located since it was drag ged out bv the heels from under Fighting Joe Wheeler has al ready reported for duty and wants a good place near the front to try his new commission as a Ma...

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. — 7 May 1898

r t U SHORT SPANISH DICTIONARY Wlt the Words In the War News Dlsff tch Mean The war had introduced to tho neWqpap1 readers of the land a Jtoat o unfamiliar Words the names of Cuban towns and Spanish naval vessels The meaning- and pronunciation ofBomeof them are already familiar but in order that the casual reader may better un derstand that which he reads the Star herewith presents the meaning1 of a number of Spanish words off truest found in the dispatches As to the pronunciation of the Spanish words the following general rules apply Every letter iiithcSpanish lan guage is given its full value There are no silent letters The doubt is given a liquid slur ring sound For instance the wordCallao is pronounced Castellar is pronounced The letter a takes the broad pro nunciation as in far e takes the sound of the English long a i is pronounced like the English e as is also y o is long it is pro nounced oo as in booth Ch is sounded as in the English word church r Following is a short dicti...

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 May 1898

a il VHN rw v ill FPaM W V t K 8f itki mi mi If CURFEW SHALL NOT Bin TnNicrht in ft and May Not Ring at All i b RegulirJiVlMiiniof the City Coun of rHIf Importance - Thccityjcotmcil met in regular mi oooainn Inst niirht in the A 11 f flirt city court room V bcra were present Mayor Dabney i fho bodv to order shortly fE ter 8 oclock and the council enter i f ed into the business before it with out delay The usual monthly claims were read and allowed The reports of the several city nffirni for the montn enuinir npm 30 were presented accepted and N ordered filed - The city Treasurer s i cpui t -41 CO - showed receipts lor tnc ihuimu - 519354 Total 19395 cash on hand tal 829354 expenditures 537925 balance in Treasury April w 271424 school fund balance de ficit March 30 1898 99649 ex penditures for AprilSl12003 total school fund deficit 190442 The report of the chief of police shows that he collected during the month 9830 and that the Judges costs amounted to 2100 The city Judges report i...

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 May 1898

Pr -v VOL 1 NO 9 - VCj tiLbUhsl IV COMMUNICATIONS Victory More Brilliant than First Reports Represented WILD SCENES IN SPANISH AND RE Ai r it PUBLICANS WITHDRAW BATTLE EXPECTED NEAR PORTO RICO Washington Di C May 7 Special -The long looked for report from Commodore Dewey came this morning andJt was a glorious record of American valor In brief the Commodore reported officially that his fleet had won ade cisive victory and captured the city of Cavite on one side of Manila bay and established a base of supplies On the morning of May 1 his fleet approached Manila and was fired upon by thaforts at Cavite and the Spanish fleet under protection of the forts began vigorous attack A naval battle of terrific fierceness fol lowed and the Americans won a great victory His fleet did not lose a ship but destroyed eleven of the enemys Vessels The American vessels engaged were f Olympia cruiser flagship Capt C V Gridley Rear Admiral George Dewey Commander-in-Chief y Baltimore cruiser Capt N M Dyer ...

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 May 1898

ijiilffg S K I Safti J 1ST 1j if mj fjweeklyv it - 1 T v i 1 I It 1A9 tnEsfi H XKHIWSf HVYS5i n r W VJBw VI r J Or EH JLONtu trouble with France JU simscitirTiowr rati 1 1 I I i ll r llifr Ik 7T W s a - j L I i fffr i wf r v tsviora H 4- K 85 hcffkNTUCKAN has ricver been i n the habit of Uncling fault with its f i T I- n onnrrillV tlllCCll iiiiuuiia -- hilntfk pretty much as they have ai 4 I in untmiiwi wnu Tqiiiuiunvi - It io not out of place here Shoiifffjto say that Tub Daily Ken- w i m nnor ItJCKIANlB not ictuning - ii freaSnt itshould from the business men figthc citv Those who ise imjt want to do so by their semi weekly ng space in the J and ffen many of the subscribers and makcHhe a 1 f 4 lwkVt rr ve nave cnougn ui - r 41 z paper a success u uk LL - ir nw1 nromnt i ML in to the Daily the tTORj 4 - flio atiYance piymcm i - This of course brings no gold mil leave the Yukon this sunv mer 19M v rr ft si 41 Tlnili mill it jasuiutu mc j iiij - moey to run a daily paper takes This n...

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 May 1898

rr JCINS ATI AT WORK ring to Make the Grand Army icampaent a Succes3 km Viiy Will Currrorthe mm Wh Will AMKeMlile TfcrKHy jh Irmkcr Hifiul clnblnnntl Icttnr1 E Jnind Army o ilieJfrpilbHc a naVrfuOfiriilitl t lie world over wi tlte greatest ctml most inlltien ttal oriranlznUon of wui veterans ioth lias ever known Its iiuHtnniileivtB lmve become fu- attractfng visitors from nil parts union both military and civ The first nost of the Jraiul was orirunlzwl nt DeCiitiir III 0 l0fl tfnd the first mtllomil en- Inent a very small nmdr wawUeltl n r m M INGALIS rman Committee of Arrangements iaiiapollsInd April 20 18G0 To- e society lias a membership of 320000 divided into 7100 posts nual encampments are attend- fully 100000 people and made the n of a spontaneous display of tism which must be Intensely hip to the grizzled veterans icamnmentof 18tt7 held at Y was in every respect n sue- ut It is predicted that this years lug which will meet at potnb much more centrally lo- than Buffalo will at...

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 May 1898

St 1 Si Mil I v i w vn m iv 3 u n nnw i WW- vMr mZL per- m Hani Rail lid w i f r ill - tsiijmtVitivttDiKtitfS MWYOKCE SDITSI Were Filed In the Circuit Yesterday Court Abandonment and Infidelity Arc V bljargcdrr tansfcrs of Real ff Property - Two divorce suits were filed Jii the equity division of the Circuit Court yesterday R P Messimer asks for an abso lute divorce from his wife Tishcy Mcssimer They were married on May 1st 1895 in this county and have since resided here On May 1st 1897 his petition alleges the defendant without cajise on his hart abandoned htm anu nas since lived separately from him The parties to the action live near Dawson Alex Lacy col wants a divorce from his spouse Nellie Lacy They were married in 1886 His peti tion charges infidelity lewd lasciv ious and unchaste conduct commit ted in June 1897 On this ground he asks for dissolution of the mar- iriage bonds Overseer Appointed Albert Cox was appointed by the county court yesterday overseer for the Eddyville ro...

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. — 8 May 1898

iWnMif m wijgg inr t f lib Has m u a ti Dawson Alex Lacy col wants a divorce from his spouse Nellie Lacy They were married in 1886 His peti tion charges infidelity lewd lasciv ious and unchaste conduct commit ted in June 1897 On this ground he asks for dissolution of the mar riage bonds Overseer Appointed Albert Cox was appointed by the county court yesterday overseer for the Eddyville road from Smoots bridge to the Trigg county line The City Court In the City Court yesterday Har rison Catlett Harriet Catlett and Lewis Catlett were fined 50 each for breach of peace in assaulting P M MeGavoc and the latter was fined a similar amount for his part in the melee Jordan Baker col was sent to the work house in default of a 5 fine for a plain drunk Real Estate Transfers Thomas H Elliott and wife to Mrs Eliza J Tuck wife of A N Tuck lots in town of Lafayette 56680 Jas H Stevens to Mrs Julia A Koby tract of land on Little river 225 HANDSOME M0NUA1ENT Will be Erected By Woodmen of the World Ov...

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 May 1898

ICQ ft rati V vc W 9i h a Tt Daily Entutfcimt vol i ifOy 16 HOSTILE FEETS ARE GRADUALLY APPROACHING Great Naval Conflict Will Be Precipitated Soon ADMIRAL SAMPSONS SQUADRON SAID TO BE IN SIGHT OF PORTO RICO Gomez Advises Landing of the Invading Army at Matanzas o Where He Will Have a Large Force Washington May 9 Special There is the best of authority for the statement that the day Has passed without any report from Admiral Sampson A report is not expected for several days No apprehension is felt for his safety It is believed that Sampson has been ordered to join the Flying Squadron and strike a blow at Porto Rico It is now admitted that he is at present with his fleet on the North coast of San Domingo about a days run from Porto Rico J TheTlontgomerys Whereabouts PortAu Princej Hay ti May 9 Special It is reported that the Cruiser Montgomery is off Mole St Nicholas picketing the windward passage between Cuba and Porto Rico Madrid Is Notified Madrid May 9 TheCapt General of Porto Rico...

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