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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 29 June 1898

Th Mile in Miiny Countries - Tho EugUsb mllo aleo used ia this eotmlrjr measures 1760 yarda or 6260 feet But tho mllo of forolgn coUutriM varloa almost as much as the language no that travoliug a mllo is oue thing either ahortdr or longer in other conutrlos The French sys tem of tho kilomoteroO000 rooters is also used inBolgium aud Holland To oyclora and others traveling in those countriostkilometor equal to 1Q9J yard9 usod aa milo moas uro The SpauiBh mllo ia 1522 yardB and the Russian only 1167 yarda But OhineBO havo tho eaaiest timo of all in making a milo record their milo beingonly 609 yarda In Nor way and Sweden tho milo ia 11090 yards iuGormany it oquala throe Eng isb miles Othor difforeucoB are tulinu 202o yardaj PortuguoBO 2 025i Auatria8297 and Denmark 8238 Bullfighting In Spain Tho Spaniard in oxtouuation of tho bullfight as a national sport will toll you that tho central idea ia to diaplay leo courage and dexterity of tho men Tho bull ia moro than a match for tho manit i...

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. — 29 June 1898

A i ONLY FIFTEEN MEN Thitfis the Niimber of Recruits to itott A fv nuw rmmwu 2i The Officers Here But Arc Unable to Work Foe Lck of Blanks Capt H L Atkinson and Prir vatcs H II Ilopson E A Davis Arthur Chapman and P O Prowse recruiting officers for the Third Regiment are here but out of blanks and have not yet begun bus iness They were to remain two days but will remain longer if nec essary and leave direct for Chicka have secured mauga as soon as they ed fifteen recruits They obtained 25 at Paducah making 85 in the six towns visited and need only 15 more Three of these from Paducah and four from Maylicld who could not be enlisted at Paducah for lack of blanks arc already here Up to three oclock to day four lo cal names had been handed in R J Johnson Henry Hardwick Chas E Hord and E E Earle If these are all accepted it will leave only four more to be recruited If the 15 are secured to morrow the officers and recruits will leave at once for the front otherwise they will wait another ...

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. — 30 June 1898

J -v WK Read Tfe rv l 1 4 li n 1 1 I if i l U 1 1 LU u ft Ml 1 1 10 Cts a Wiek Cuba fcii miTbm VOL 1 NO 55 - Ttrc Daily znitxchimt WARM Weather Aiding The Spaniards In Cuba One Case of Sunstroke AI ready Reported Spy Shot Baiquiri June 30 Special Roosevelts Rough Riders on Monday-captured a Spanish spy who was found up a tree taking- notes of the American camp lie was turned over to the Cubans who promptly shot him and cut off his head The spy hadbeen a pacificb - Sergeant Elwell of the Second Infantry died to day from prostra tion caused by the excessive heat k The weather ivery hob here arid much suffering is endured by the soldiers t Gomez in a Tight Place His Men are Needing Food Key West June 80 Special r i - - Thp Cuban leaders have been in- formed that Gen Gomezs situation is critical ITe has no supplies and must soon allow the army to dis perse and let each man save him--self from starvation unless help comes from some source The soldiers though are still hopeful Sailors arr...

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. — 30 June 1898

M iu mftiAtAini 0I ixAiillL J 4MitJtjB llsiU si xum Mr Lu ls were her fr Kiasa te The tenth cavalry- l Serifla Is s2kr i Ttu tTaiti State arr ylrcUAZSl remem we JanGccoOA cd at CbicJaiwnt3fcjrfc 0 aboat 32fiSt i pay be 4fctters laftup Tbe veatbtr a wanB m Cuba Uiai anj ih n bSC a carirf tnstt awi a - Ooresaiaa Sayers o Texas like wwswaa McMiUi of Te nMse Uto beigf fa tlie hoomr t a HsaalaKMis aominatioo for Grremor by ibe Democracy of bi State pes Brofc xill probably be in wraod vi the exi arwy corps 27 reiioenl to leare CWcka jHauga tearing fade hi com mand at Cajnp Tfcoaa A United State registered letter and raooey order post office ha been opened at Daiquiri Cuba by p Kerapaer of the Xew Yorfc prt oSkt 4 ftnirtber aew gmbnariae boat the Kaddk z ba beea girea a fol trial at Milwaakee Tbee re- el are destined to become a factor finnarai warfare ia the very near ltre Uore than 0 Americans hare al- ready kM their lires in the war with Spain Gustav Weisecke who fell orerboard from 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. — 30 June 1898

JU Hopkinsville Prodtwc Market Cuflb prices paid by Hopkluavlllo niorobants Bncon - Banls country ti10o Shoulders t dJOTo Sidoa VG7o Lrd 07c Country Produco Suttor 1G17Jc Eggs - H Now fonthors 2528c Beoawnx 182lc Tallow v2Jo Ginsoug por lb 2225 noney 78o Tub washed wool 26o Groriecd 13l8o Poultry Y chickouB live per dozS150l80 Boosters 2o Graia Clover por bushel 3 Com io Wheat liUc Com shelled GOc Live Btock Hogs fr A- J33B0 Shoop 2G03G0 Cnttlo 2504 Calves4 rv 3G01 Hides mid Furs GreoU hides G7o Greeu salted hides 7 Jc Dry flint 1012o Vegetables Now potatoes por bushel 6D7Go Cabbage per bond 8Gc WatermolonB Florida 2535c Flour Retail Patent pbfcbbl StandardCpor bl S3 75 nay Clover per cwt 55c Good Timothy 70c Bran retail 12Jo Cy Pendletons Face Trouble Judge C N Pendleton has tjecr afflicted for several months with an affection of the bone in the upper part of his face Atfirst he thought it was neuralgia and took the prober treatment for that affection It was finally diagnosed 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. — 30 June 1898

A- mtw it jMesn KEilira bSrwSmham Wedtfaf of -a Popuiir Young Couple tfeis Morning A rtepkinsvllie BelJe Captured by a Young Blue Grass Coun ty Official Oae of the tamt quiet hmt ekgaort sjdeiy erent that ba taSiea Ja thlfc aoa i HpjViwtTilJe was tbe arrlage of M r L A Berry o VertaHlcs Circuit Cfcrfc A Vitrtd ford Vcomtr d Ilia Fannk Brarihara dzuotr rf Pr and llr Ja G- Brka wWch idk pfocealtiKrVxerf Uk urfde a Virginia ireet at o 4a thife j sjj the ceremony feeia j performed by Elder IL V Smith paor o the dtrwtias church f tbfe citr The attendants were Robert L Siowt of Veraill 3faster Cow mldktpaer of Woodford county ad MiLkla Belie Dwaldw of this cify Osly a aal drcie of relative and wr friend were present at tbe cert awny after -which the coup le atteaded by friend were driven to the EouisriiSe 2ah vHe de pot where they took the 9 35 train for theibeaatif Hi BlaeGra hooe of tbe groom at Verailk -where tbej are expected to arrive at teveoclock this eTeaing Ofl Vfednefeday evenin...

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. — 1 July 1898

wf Kv M Ci Read the J DailyMucliii 10 Cfs Week VOL 1 NO 56 US UP In a Balloon Looking Into the Forts I I Scouts Iniong Ihe filoflds Ex V4l amining the I Powder Can in Coal of Santiago es - New York July 1 Special A Spanish correspondent cables the Journal from Santiago this morning Qsw Four American warships bombarded Manzanilla yesterday and did much damage to the batteries The Spanish replied compelling the Americans to retire oneShip being disabled It is believed that the Americans learning that Gen Pando had left hoped to land enough men to take Manzanilla The Americans are using a captive balloon to ascertain the nature of the fortifications in and around Santiago Profiting by DelaySpan ish Fortifying Still More Key West July 1 Special Word from the Havana blockade is to the effect that the work on the fortifications is being rushed Work men can be seen throwing up sand batteries and mountain guns A large blockhouse has been built at Cabanas and others- are being built at Marie...

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. — 1 July 1898

TV r i JjW y p tZi -to f v v c Per Month w Advance Per 3 Montus in Advance V Mr AV T Fowlers announce ment as a Republican candidate for Congress has appeared in the Re publican papers of the district Parties owing this office as much as S100 may take out the two cents for the stamp when sending a check Gov Johnson of Alabama de clined to call the election to fill the seat of Gen Jo Wheeler inCongress IMie General still holds on The office of Chief Deputy Mar shal under Marshal James filled by Dr Hunters son has been abol ished and the young man has been suddenly returned to private life The salary was 2500 Superintendent Davidson says the difference between 82048 the number of children reported in Lou isville last year and 55910 the number taken under census com pleted last night will make 565000 less for Louisville from the State The LouisvilleTimes saysThere is no place in Louisville schools for married teachers now They will have to depend upon their hus bands for support At 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. — 1 July 1898

STAMP WITH CARE SUmp i the Present of -the v s Bank Cashiarc Yoii May Have to ro to Jail Unless v You Post Yourself By Reading This Oh to day July 1 the new revenue law becomes effective and there has been a rush ol business men to pro cure stamps so that they will not bchampercd in their transactions Documentary Stamps All checks eriven in bank must bear a two cents international-revenue stamp Postage stamps can not be used The Government may temporarily use postage stamps un til the other kind are finished but will mark them I R international revenue Parties can not do this Hopkinsville banks will dishonor cry check not bearing the every nue stamy The initials of the party giving the check must be written on the stamp and the date of signature when affixing it to the check That is the way prescribed to cancel it Unless the law is complied with in this respect parties giving checks will find that they are dishonored by the banks and that they them selves are subject to fine and im ...

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. — 1 July 1898

a WITHOUT WARNING Came ihe Deaih Summons to MtfJofcn Fufcher Was Sitting in a Chair When thei Vital Chord Wa5 Suddenly Snapped John Fnkber an old and wcalthf citizen Of near Fairricir died rerr suddenly jreterdaj at bi borne in the country He vr htttiog ia a chair wbea itbot warning be fell of r and expired witbotii a trnf gte Death came uddealr that it majjm ai ihk mcrun dropped dead Mr FMkber was a rerr old man not far from Hi rears o age He ww wealth and owned smc Una ari in tte vicinity of Fainied and alo much other rateable prop erty He k u a married wan bt with out children and his only heirs will be hh ajfed wife hi brother 3Ir Alex Falcber and other relatires Several years ago he J et apart one fine farm to become the property ofhiW brother at hi death and deeded it to him upon that condi tf CT Y PERSONAL G0S5IP Mr S Allensiworth of Garrettv I 1m rg i here to day Prof V A- Garneit of Pembroke s in the city Mr W J Moore of Wallonia vfeitcd the city to day Mr J T Harper of Cad...

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. — 2 July 1898

Hri h Wllt i m t1 ll I Rend TheJ ucktan 10 Cls a Week VOL 1 NO 57- Ji r JOatljp Jentitckian American Loss leaving their intrenchments une vesse i urns mck - 500 in Killed and Wounded I II IIBIIIIM 111 IT - - u Shatter Sends His Official Re port and asks for Surgeons Near Santiago July 2 Special The Americans after a furious fight all day yesterday drove the Spaniards into Santiago The battle lasted from early in the morning Until sundown More than four hundred Americans fell killed or wounded but Gen repprts that comparatively few were killed The Spaniards stood their crround for five hours but could not longer withstand the determined attack- of the Americans1 and began i 41 -V - 4 Shatters Official Report of Yesterdays Great Fight Wash1ngton July 2 Special Dispatches from the front make it about certain ourtroops will enter Santiago to night or Sunday The following official report was receivedat la m tfrom Gen Shaf fer Siboney July 1 Had a very heavy engagement to day which lasted...

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

A x m I T t r - Xbe WBJ w I Small J fr m DEMOOEA17 OR CONGRESS SXRY D ALLEN OF UNION COCNTY Tiie Kkxtuckian will appear usual on the 4th The Kentuckian does not stand on the plank in the Henderson plat form opposing the annexation of territory wrested from Spain All the same we do not propone to bolt because we do not endorse it all The Kentuckian is the first paper in the district to hoist Henry Al lens name The people of Hopkinsville are waking up to the realization that they have a newspaper in their midst A dozen new subscribers and a gratifying increase in the street sales were among the direct results of the way yesterdays bat tle rjpert was handled by the IvwrrgrcaAN and put on the treet III tmty mlnut afUr 30 viu x jdzu as The first Manila expedition is now 3S days out from San Fran cisco The Glorious Fourth must be celebrated inside the Spanish breast works All unparliamentary remarks about Gen Shatters size are here by withdrawn Gen Merritt carries with him to Manila 30000...

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

frf - Heavy vt v i V i th I m BASEBALL t SPECIAL KKSUIXf OF YESTERDAYS OAMUH Daltlmore 2 LovlsvjllfeO Brooklyn 8 Pittsburg 7 St Louis 4 Washington 2 Cleveland 12 Boston 6 Cincinnati 14 Philadelphia 2 New York 8 Chicago 4 l IIOWTIIEY STAND Clubs Won Losjt PC Cincinnati dl 23 641 Boston 38 2s 009 Cleveland 37 24 006 Baltimore 35 24 593 Chicago 36 27 571 Pittsburg 33 -29 532 New York 30 31 492 Philadelphia 27 30 473 Brooklyn 25 34 406 Washington 24 39 380 St Louis 22 42 344 Louisville 21 43 328 SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY Baltimore at Louisville Brooklyn at Pittsburg Washington at St Louis Boston at Cleveland Philadelphia at Cincinnati New York at Chicago ljTwo Holidays The stock exchange was closed to day and will be closed Monday The next market will be Tudsday The report for Friday is he given CHICAGO MARKET I Higt I Closing July Wheat 73 77tf 76 Sept Wheat 68 70 70 July Corn 31 32 f 32 Sept Corn 32 33 33 Sept Oats- 20 20 20 Sept Pork 9 70 9 72 9 67 Sept Lard 5 45 5 45 5 45 Sept Ribs 5 42 5...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 2 July 1898

si V 5 t t 45 Kw k I- KV m v avis VVA i mi m Ky Mi t feT r M ftr Wh w A JD0 AYAUNCHE AnfceMins Serious Accident Wlrill Driving His Wagon Knocked From His Scat by Slid- Ing Ice and Very Badly J Hurt by the Fall Kelly Ransom the colored driver of one of the Ellis Ice Companys big ice wagons came very near being- killed yesterday morning by a peculiar accident He was on the ice wagon when one of the large 100 pound blocks slipped off the pile and knocked the driver from his seat He was thrown violently to the ground and very badly injured A deep and severe gash was made on his head that may be very slow to heal Dr Eager was sent for and rendered surgical aid Ran som is still laid up and will be for some time NEW BAPTIST CHUCH Forbes Bros to Build a Sisooo Church for the Baptists Messrs Forbes Bro have about closed a contract for the erection of a new Baptist church at Russell ville Ky to cost 515000 It will be a handsome new style brick building of pressed brick and will be an ornament...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 4 July 1898

s fcdi Retid The J DattyKentnokian 1C Ct a Week -1 LlrV VOL 1 NO 58 Raiding- Squadron t Kentucky Boys May Move Next Chjckamauga July 4 Special It is learned that Gen Brooke has been ordered to select 5000 men from the first division first corps to send as reinforcements to Gen Shafter TheTirst and Third Kentucky regiments are in the first corps Gen Shafter Fighting on an Empty Stomach Washington July 4 Special A telegram from Gen Shafter says he has been suffering from heat prostration and had been unable to eat for four days - Gen Wheeler who was taken sick Friday is reported much belter Chance for 25000 Colored Volunteers Washington July 4 Special Secretary Alger will recommend that Congress give the President authority to enlist 25000 negroes if he deems it necessary to increase the prosent force Signal Officer Al- len has cabled Gen Grecly from Cuba that the telephone station at San Juan Cuba has been captured by our troops who arc now using it i i i r Ail fit h pr Armv Itaariv ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 4 July 1898

A 1 IP B sSPpw jjHWplf 0 be2ail 1fcentttcfcfan PuMabed erery crenlnjr except Sanday by CXAS X KIAOXAX 212 S Main The elder Leiter has arranged to borrow 7000000 to pay the losses of his son in the recent wheat deal Win Smith who died very sud denly in Daviess county Saturday is buspected of having been pois oned Miss Arabella Bates a famous professional fat woman weighing465 pounds died at Fort Scott Kan of consumption She had been all over the world with circuses and museums The National reorganization com mittee of the middle-of-the-road pop ulists has issued a call for a con vention to meet at Cincinnati Sept 5 to nominate candidates for Presi dent and Vice President If Gomez will take his men to Santiago he can find food for them and also something else for them to do besides eating and taking up collections Garcias men or neither idle nor unemployed The latest from Chickamauga is that the Kentucky troops are liable to be sent to Porto Rico It is more probable that they will be ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 4 July 1898

M 6 Mi vU r rt - T it S f BASEBALL SPECIAL 4 RESULTS OP YKTBUIAVOAIES Louisville 4 Chicago j Cincinnati 7 10 St Louis 57 SATURDAYS KJiSULTS Cincinnati fpfilncle1pliia 4 Louisville Balllnfbre 0 jcieyeland fl Boston 1 New York 8 Chicago 0 ynshington 9 St Loute h BrcpUlyn 3 Pittsburg 2 s v how TIIKY STANDI Chilis - t -Won Lost PiC Cincinnati A4 X23 -657 Cleveland - - 38 f 24 609 Boston T 38vlT25 003 Baltimore 35 r 25 583 Chicago- 37 28 569 Pittsburg t 33 w 30 524 New York 31 3i -500 Philadelphia 27 31 f65 Brooklyn 26 34 33 Washington 25 39 591 Louisville 22 44 333 St Louis v 22 45 328 SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY Louisville at Cincinnati Cleveland at Chicago Philadelphia at Baltimore Boston at New York St Louis at Pittsburg Brooklyn at Washington Two Holidays The stock exchange was closed to day and last Saturday The re port for Friday is here given CUICAGO MARKET I Opg Higt Closing July Wheat 73X 77 7G Sept Wheat 68 tf 70 70 July Com 31 32 32 Sept Corn 32X 33 33 Sept Oats 20 20 20 Sept Pork 9 ...

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 July 1898

t sr SHOT LCSfiw AlwWB jm BIETWIGE Stofs wo kls frFa Ofrkeys -0 Win Pisfof did the Shooting Friday Night in the 1 Bell Neighborhood Leslie Oldham a white man was hnt twice near Bell Ky last Fri- Ar rhrhihv William Gilmore- a cpldrcd man One shot took effect in the leg and the other in the wrist Oldham was disabled and had to be taken to his home but his in juries are not especially dangerous The parties met in the road near Gilmores house and after a few words got into a row and the shoot ing followed Oldham J far as known was not armed Gilmore is a married man Oldham is unmarried and about 21 years old Gilmore was arrested in Clarks ville and brought to jail hereto day by Constable FrankRives PERSONAL GOSSIP Attorney Jehn Kelly of Cadiz is in the city to day Mr H B Cosby of Dixon was in the city this morning Rev W K Piner has returned from Bowling Green - Miss Marie Boyd of Eddyville was in the city yesterday Mrs J D Ware and children are visiting friends near Gracey Miss Patty Bnr...

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 July 1898

f Head The Doily Kentuckian iOdls aWeek k iw i t r w b Vfi - 0 0L L NO 59 mwr War lay ftif Soori Spaia s London July5 says 11 WPPFT Tfre Daily Jentehiait Persistent Rumors of Peace From Europe - Spain About Beady to Throw Up the Sponge and to Give Up Cuba A PEACE PROPOSAL IS SUBMITTED London July 5 Special The afternoon papers gener ally echo the opinion of the morning papers of the utter hopeless ness of Spains cause Only the Globe tries to belittle the American victory Is Willing to Quit -Special A Berlin dispatch to the Daily News Feelers have been put out from Spanish quarters to ascertain how thcPowefs and the United States would be likely to regard terms of peace Spain is willingto propose terms including- the independence of Cuba Cuba to pay tribute to Spain for twenty years Spain to keep a small garrison and one small port during that time Other Powers to be allowed to keep troops on the island to protect their subjects The Philippines to be declared independent of tribute T...

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 July 1898

tf u ft m t 4 v y k A BEaASa Cfoe Datl ffcentuckian Publabed every ctenlntf except Sunday by CXAS K KSACXAX 813 B Xain DEMOCKATIG TICKET ffr FOR CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN OF UNION COUNTY Sampsons victory was won on Sunday like After all the Merrimac cork didnt stop the bottle It is getting about time for hugh Lee to send his card to Blan co again It was a glorious fourth and it brought glorious news from the South and the West It is to be hoped Commodore Sampson lost no time in wigwag ging the news to Gen Duffield Ex Senator Peffer will make the race for Governor of Kansas on the Prohibition ticket and make a thorough canvass of the state James Creelman another Ameri can newspaper correspondent was wounded at Santiago Saturday He was shot in the shoulder Bob Taylor and Sam Jones both made speeches in Lexington Mon day the Governor lecturing in the morning and Sam orating at night Gen Shafter suffered greatly from the heat and was unable Gen Shafter got rattled Sunday l eat for four day...

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