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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 5 July 1898

our of the Vest docket fiuaeiwn railroad trains have stnob ing ears for ladies lu every million of pooplo iri tho norld thore nro 600 who are bllud Aparlof tho Gortnauspldiora equip metifc is w four ouuoo religious boolc Tho epokon language ofJJ China it not written audiho written langungo is not Broken South Amoriean ants havo been known to construct a tuuuol there milos in longlh On tho west and southwest coasts of Coroa tho tide rises and falls from 2G to 38 foot Zoologists say all known species of wild animals nro gradually diminish jug in size It is estimated that two years i9 tho average sicknoBS experienced by a per son boforo tho ago of Boventy Tho weight of tho Greenland whalois 100 tons which iu equal to that of 88 elephants or 140 boars It has been ascertained that pntu glass will make a more durable monu ment than tho hardest granito A lifeboat mado of pumico Btone has been tested It continued afloat with a load oven when full of water Mudios circulating library in Lon d...

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 July 1898

n 4 M SUB H h if ANOTHER STORM This Time It Is Biiiibfidge and Crofton Tbat Suffer flucli Wind and Heavy Rains flonday Afternoon Dolig Qreat Damage In yesterdays Kentuckian ex clusive publication was made of the great wind and hail storm that swept over the Southern part of the county Yesterday afternoon another Btorm visited the county doing most damage in the vicinity of Bainbridge Larkin and as far east asCrofton The rain was very heavy not only there but all over the county The principal dam age was in blowing down trees fencing and crops - At Cerulean Springs the rain was terrific and flooded the sulphur spring from the creek not faraway Thc storm was accompanied by much thunder and lightning as well as wind and water SHOT FOR DESERTION Reported Execution of Three ducah Colored Recruits Pa- There was a report in circulation yesterday and last evening says the Paducah Visitor among the colored population particularly to the effect that three boys who joined the volunteers here a...

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 July 1898

i - J Read Th DaiiyKentuckian 10 Cts a Week VOL 1 NO 60 PEACE The Pope Has Taken a Hand For Spain Austria to Act as Mediator in Suing For Terms A London Rumor Says ToDay London July 6 Special A Madrid correspondent ot the London Telegraph says he is informed that Spain will sue for i peace to day An Evening News dispatch says Campos had a prolonged conference with the Queen Regent and that the situation is more favorable to peace than war Austrian Emperor Asked To Help Bring About Peace Vienna July 0 Special The New Prie Presse assests that the Pope has appealed to the Austrian Emperor to assist Spain to obtain an honorable peace The Emperor expressed his willingness to use his influence for peace if aided by the other friendly powers French Consuls Daughter Shot by a Spanish Outpost i Kingston Jamaica July 5 Special The hospitals at Santiago are full of sick and wounded Spaniards The estimated loss of the Spaniards at San Juan Hill was eight hundred killed including Gen Vara Del Ro...

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 July 1898

M 1 fit V i i K tftbe 3ail ftentuckian raw shed trtitf crenlng except Sunday GXAS X KXAOKAX SIS VU mmm by DEMOOBATIO TIOKET FOR CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN OP UNION COUNTY Schley is well named He was too sly to be caught napping Perhaps Spain is about ready nowjfolisten td the proposition to exchange Hobson 7 Givcihe name of Dewey a rest now and call the rest of the 98 babies Schley The Ladrones ought to be a good place io send some of our official drones in the hiveat Washington The Colon was changed into an exclamation point while Schleys guns were in the punctuation busi ness Editor Stewart failed to heed the elder Wellers advice to his son Samuel and surrendered in forty eight hours Even the fact that our old friend Christooher Columbus was dis guised behind Colon- did not flagship the name Cristobal save the admirals The escape of Cervera shows that the importance of Hobson s exploit was overestimated The sunken Mefrimac did not block the mouth of the harbor Of the 2200 brave Spania...

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 July 1898

ft About 3001 Wr H I I I 1890 ODE 10SS In Killed mid Wounded Last Wccfet tz J Tffl - JI ffliWi 9 TaRehWCaiicy Last - W Friday Prisoners At the JTront Headquarters of Gen Shatter Kingston Jamaica July 4 Although the firing con tinued all day between the outposts very little damage was done on cither side Gen Chaffee was wounded slightly a rifle bullet cut ting through his foot but he will not be compelled to leave the field The only severe firing during the day occurred when the Spanish fleet was leaving the harbor The enemy evidently attempted to di vert the attention of our troops but the Americans responded so will ingly that the lire soon ceased and was only resumed at intervals dur ing the remainder of the day Last night the only aggressive movement the Spaniards made re sulted in their severe defeat At about 1 oclock the enemy came out of the trenches about the city walls in large force and dash ed straight for the American lines In one or two places our men tell back from thei...

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 July 1898

n 4 4 5 w4 ei COUNCIL MEETS Lengthy Session But i Light Run of Business Two New Streets Accepted by the J City In the Sixth Ward t Jl The council met last night in ad journed session and consumed three hours of time in transacting very little business All of the councilmen were pres sent except Glass The first order of business was the allowance of the regular monthly pay rolls and accounts These matters were dis posed of upon recommendation oj the Finance Committee without go ing into details The question of street improve ments brought out requests of va rious kinds from citizens C H Bush W A Wilgus G W Southall and the same gentlemen in behalf of others appeared to re quest that something be done to im prove the grade of the alley in the rear of their premises to prevent the overflow of water across their lots to Main street The street committee was instructed to look into the matter C W Stuart was released from paying 1897 poll taxes upon his statement that he came here subse qu...

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 July 1898

to I K DailyKentuckian 10 Cis a Week VOL 1 NO W to 61 ROME Is For Peace at Any V Price Now The Pope Actively at Work to Get Spain to Cry Enough AUSTRIA WILL PROTECT QUEEN REGENT New York July 7 Special A Rome dispatch to the Jour nal says the Pope has taken energetic proceedings in favor of peace He has telegraphed a nuncio to Madrid enjoining the Spanish bishops to work together in favor of peace The correspondent cables that the Austrian fleet has been concentrated near Ragusa ready to start to Spain in case of danger to the Queen Regent Their Desperate Program May Have To Hang Linares For Arson New York July 7 Special The Heralds Kingston dispatches say before Cerveras dash from the harbor the Faench Consul ask him what he would do if Santiago was captured from the land side He replied Linares would burn the city rather than let it be captured and I will turn theguns of my fleet upon the town regardless of friends or foes Camara Has Gone Through Late Report From Shatter Washingto...

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 July 1898

n J si I i i - HP- lppfH f1 ftfoe SDatls ftentucfctan Publshed every crcnlng except Sunday by 0JCA8 L JOBADJOik 313 8 Mala HENRY D ALLEN OP UNION COUNTY In the Klondike country at this season of the year there is only three quarters of an hour between sunset and sunrise jni 1 j Piilton Leader is little but a rii very very large ior us sizu iyiuli Ayres evidently believes any color will do so its yellow N The Vevidcd list shows that 14 American officers were killed and 47 wounded in the three days oper ations about Santiago I jj iie i iti rn ti tln i vnstouu1 vviuh unc tuc other Spanish ships is a hopeless wreck and it is Impossible to save enouffh to setiafloat fc Commodore Sampson will prob ably spend the remainder of his life kicking- himself for holding coast inspections onSunday A new Democratic candidate for Governor was discovered this week at the Lebanon convention lie is 4efeVreci a Judge Jm Wood of Taylor county Jt is said Gen Linares declares le will burn the town before h...

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 July 1898

yitoxsmrXPTi v tub or Not MILES ARN ROOT Sets Sail For Cuba Wcdncs diy Evening Dispatches Do Not State Wheth er He Carried His Bath- V 1V Washington July 7 Special The auxiliary cruiser Stt Paul left New York for Santiago Wednesday afternoon carrying Gen Miles commander-in-chief of the army Brigadier General Guy V Henry and staff and the 8th Ohio Volun teers The Presidents Own The St Paul is to carry a large quan tity qf supplies including clothing meats and fruits Foreign refugees on the British ship Pallas and the Austrian Marie Teresa at Kingston report that Gen Garcias Cuban force failed to stop Gen Pando and his 7000 Spanish troops after a hot fight and that thereinforcements entered San tiago Gen Pando was wounded and ts on the Reina Mercedes now used as a hospital ship in Santiago Bay The reports are believed by Secretary Alger They will prevent further activities against the city at this time Reinforcements asked for by Gen Shatter after Saturdays exhaust ing work and the 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. — 7 July 1898

U n If IP HI HIfc - w mWKm LiJ jkmi fa vv WYLY YENABLE Another Populir Young Couple Surprises Their Friends Druggist Kit Wyly d His Book Keeper nissJuIIa Venable Wed A 4 at Qreenbrler THE CROFTON SHOOTING Boyd Fined 25 Ratcliffe to be Tried Wednesday Crofton July 7 Special Les lie Boyd had his trial to day before Judge Myers and Esquire Fuller and was fined 25 and cost for carrying concealed a deadly weapons Ratcliffes trial is set for Wednesday M D Brown represented Commonwealth the Wants a Legal Separation Olivia Parker has filed suit for divorce from her husband Edward Parker alleging cruel and inhuman treatment The couple were mar ried in Evansville Jan 1 98 but plaintiff states that she has resided unchristian county more than a year before the commencement of this action Defendant is now out of the state and when last heard from was living in Clarksville Tenn The parties are colored F H Ford col is the attorney in the case Notice Headquarters Ned Meriwether Camp No 241 U C Vs ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 8 July 1898

P Filt 3 Head The Daipi It ran 10 Cts a Week YOL 1 NO 62 KT X Daily JEntuthtaa rev tzw Has Attacked the Men at Santiago The Gunboat Castioo the He ro of the Alplionso Fight at fflariel LIEUT BRONAUGH ON THE CASTING Washington July 8 Special Congress may hold together till Tuesday of next week though strenuous efforts are being made to close up to morrow afternoon Geii Shaftcr telegraphs that all was quiet yesterday At the re quest of the Spanish general employes of the cable company were sdnt to him to telegraph his government as to surrendering The general health of the command is good There are 150 cases of fever which runs it course in four or five days and is not serious Gen Shafter says he is feeling much better himself and the men are in good spirits The Phonso Surely Sunk Lieut Bronaugh Helped Do It Key West July 8 Special Vessels from the blockading squadron at Ha van a cp nnthe ffl pogt of the sinking of the AlphonsQ Xlloff the - harbor of Mariel bjheCasmie t The Casine is ...

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 July 1898

n iu i Wbc ait2 ftentttcktaii y -ii M a fijM m k jj J Tublshed crcry cventm except Sunday by jokt ickXcniAK 111 a Mala - IGefiij Young- has left Cuba to save hMifSVlie is still ill with fever Ho bailed for Key West Thursday on the Cherokee Deweys ten and Schleys six Spanish ships destroyed in return for the Maine bring- the number up to the popular ratio of 16 tol The President notified Congress s that the bill authorizing- the enlist- mentiot Ibvvv colored soldiers suouici be passed by all means before ad journment Cerveraproved two things by his1 dash for liberty One was that he was a man of courage and the other that he wasn t bottled up so he couldnt get out The United States is about to be troubled with a surplus of islands a Ihere are 1200 in the Philippines 13 ihthe Ladrohegroupand40or50 in the Hawaiian archipelago The Presidents thanksgiving proclamation is premature Until the soldiers at the front can join in it we had better wait Perhaps the regular day in November may be ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 8 July 1898

Trash Lugs Lues Hopkinsvlllb Tobacco ftttfkct ntctiottcd by J H Etflcton of Cuinminga it Kgfjlcton Co Incorjmtntod buyor oil ordorofUealorln ami handler of lent tobacco Hopkinsville jiity 6 1898 rhn offerinir this week shovved i - i 1 H rt lllnrtlf Some improvement aver mt cciv Prices on the fine tobacco were ful ly up to previous prices The high est price of the season was obtain ed on Tuesday at Ragsdale Coop er Co selling at 1750 All fine tobacco is in good demand and when ever it appears competition Is very great Bremen and SnufT strips were Very active We quote them from one half to one cent higher than last week The mar ket as a whole was higher than previous week Receipts are fall ing off very rapidly Hence the offerings will be very small from now on There is some report of the to bacco in low places commencing to pinch by having a little too much rain However the upland is look ing well with the exception pf be ing very uneven incize The trade is looking forward to the fif ...

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 July 1898

A if u II i w hi 1 4 i j i A I 3r I Iftn M TIAIN IMT WAIT Mrs Averitts Boy Cam Her To Be Left TralB PhIW Out While She Was Sent Back to Purchase a Ticket Mrs Averittia lady from bar ren county who bad been on a visit to friends here bought a ticket to J Bowling Green and attempted to board the 513 L N train Thurs- daj afternoon She was accompan ied by her little boy and the flag man whose name was Corbett stopped her and refused to let the boy get on without a half rate tick et Sirs Aventt explained that her child was only 4 years old last Hay and entitled to pass free but Corbett refused and sent her back after a ticket She ras at the window buying the ticket and was told that it would cost 111 She found that she had only 75 cents in change but was getting- the ticket with the assistance of some one when the flagman hearing her say she did not hare enough money ordered the train to more and it pulled out the agent in the meanwhile trying to get it to wait Mrs Averitt was rery indig...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 9 July 1898

Read The DailyKeni UGkian 10 Cts a Week VOL 1 HO 63 AFTER Next Tuesday Spain Will See Us That is The Day Set for Commodore Watson To Sail For Spain PEACE TAIK STOL INDUUiED IN Washington July Navy Department ex pects Commodore Watsons squadron to sail for the Spanish coast next Tuesday but possibly there may be a delay until Wednesday Peace Jalk at Three Points Rome July 9 Special The Italia says negotiations have been opened by European cabinets with a view to arranging- peace The best intentions have been manifested at Washington the papers say but Madrid opposes the idea LondonJuly 9 Special Madrid dispatches bring denials to day trom the Ministry that peace negotiations are pending They de clare further that Santiago will withstand attack to the last Washington July 9 Special Secretary Day and other officials at the State Department insist that nothingofficial is known about peace negotiations i Pando is at Mauzanillo Siboney July 9 Special Information to the contrary it can be ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 9 July 1898

17 f 4 i A m in m i - t bt te if - imiff V I VI HH v f m rf t UJ ISHnJ iP FO CONGRESS HENKY i XtLEN OUSIOS COUNTY 3P cently been West Point appointed by PAVtll TlAJiiino luion mrwf1 VCIVUa 1wt uu r - V j LLUUI up IT notch and is now Col Roose vellHe has richly merited liis promotion even if he is a dude Two Nebraska soldiefs of the seconcl Manila expedition have dic Uince leaving San Francisco one at sea and the other at Hono lulu - jUlysses S Grant III now seven teenears old wants to join Roose velts Rough Riders He has re- a Cadet to Democrats of the Eighth congres sional district have the hottest race of their lives on hand Mass-meet- ings will be held to day in the1 various counties to select delegates to the district convention to beheld at Danville Wednesday - irhe Louisville Legion are highly indignant over the expressions of Gov Bradley and Forrester alleg ing mismanagement of the First v regiments affairs Line officers held a meeting to draw up resolu tions applauding the a...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 9 July 1898

K THE STATE COLLEfiE A Chance for Eight Young Men - and Women tf A J Comoetltlve Examination Next ktojt wdek by the County t Superintendent Christian county a entitled to cig ht students in the State v v Bity at Lexington this year and the examination of applicants for these vacancies will be competitive and will beheld in this city by the Supcrintendentf Miss McDaniel and the county board of examiners on Friday July 15 The examination will be much less rigid and exact ing than that for teachers profi ciency being required only in his tory geography grammer and arithmetic The State college is now one of the best institutions of learning in the South and is excelled by few in the North and East Prominent educators from the North and East have said that there are colleges in their sections which have far great er reputations away from home than the State college of Kentucky but which are not near so well equipped as the State college and the courses of instruction of which are not nea...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 9 July 1898

V J f w m ffeiv Mm1 hi t W Hj1 fitr rm SHOT AT A THIEP A Drummer Catches a Burflir In theHiil House He Escapes In the Darkness After Robbing One of the Lodgers The Hill House was entered by burglars last night who were dis covered as they left the house and chased several squares out East Seventh street There were two of them and they were colored men who probably live here and are more sneak thieves than professional burglars Early in the evening one of the lodgers Mn Cooper in the house told Mr Hill that he would be out until about 11 oclock and Mr Hill told him he would leave the front door unlocked until that hour He noticed two negro men loitering about in front of the house and they must have heard the conversation When Mr Cooper approached the house on returning he saw the door was open and from across the street he saw a negro man tipping down the steps in the hall with his shoes in his hand Cooper rushed across the street and tried to catch the negro but he darted out and t...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 11 July 1898

Read The ftO Ct Week J11 NO 64 M n iiEintiii tie miiu IV gREAK fr 1 Day Pound Shells Were Falling r nto Beleaguered Santiago Casualties in Yester days Fight LIST OF THE DEAD AND WEUNDED Washington July Shatter -reported to fay that trie firing this morning was confined to the navy and trtillery but that he expected to bring on a general engagement lis afternoon m The report of the casualties of the First division at Santia go yesterday afternoon was received to day as follows KILLED Capt Charles W Rowell 2nd Inf Private Patterson 2nd Inf WOUNDED Met Lutz 2nd Inf private Jaunch 2ndInf private Lentki id Inf private Nelson Gilbert 21st Inf v At the Break of Day New York July II 1240 p m Special A Washington ispatch says Gen Shatter has informed the war department mt bombardment of Santiago was resumed this morning at jaybreak - Two May be Saved Bay a Del Este July 11 Special Board of wreckers after three rn t 4 vof r Mnrin Teresa and iys examination or v eryeru s snips icpui - - ristob...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 11 July 1898

II I 1 1 i 1 i i hi T MB IE 4 I VJ ipwrftTOpww flsii WHiMHMlHHHllRinnMmnmMnilillmnaMinOT a llli TCfoe 3ail fcentuckian ti Iubl shcl every tiyoItisrjBiccpt Sunday by CKAS K MUSACHAM 212 B Main DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN t i OP UNION COONTV Sam Clark who killed Carneyat Mayfield was given ten years in the penitentiary He will take an appeal Italwis showinga very friendly feeling Tfor thet United States Shouldthe nations of Europe divide up she would be very apt to line up on our side All fear of yellow fever at Mc Henry Tenn has passed away ana tne quarantine nnsueeii raiscu The desease was handled so prompt lyand effectively that it was not al lowed to extend beyond McHenry Gov McCord has announced that he has received indefinite leave of absence from his duties as the Ex ecutive of Arizona and will take command as Colonel of the regiment of infantry now being- recruited in the four Territories Commissioner Scott has ruled that where money is deposited in a bank and...

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