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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 11 July 1898

1 t m b omnium11 t Ji 1 V- - o At Cerulean Sunday T B Fairleigh R C Hardwick wife and two daughters J H An dersop and wife Mjss Bessie Wal ler G H CharaplinL F Campbell W E Trahem Dr As Fi Stanley Henry Hardvickv Walter Howe Fairleig h Collins Miss MaiFucxua Gus Stevens and wife JW T Tandy Miss Pvattie FlaclfyAym R WicksM Ifilb M i Jjanay Gedv C HartTP lhpmp ison and wife J IV- Gray Bailey Waller wife and child avsonFlack J D McGowan W E Ragsdale JrTMi Wooldfidge H A Phelps O P Leuabury II E Ilolton L C Ragsdale H W Tibbs Alex W Henderson Hop kinsville 1 ft r r Rawlins Garland JefferSbnf Ed McCarty Ben Wilsoni Homer Blaine J B Garnett JohnV Cowherd Cadiz Ky Dr Jefferson E E Wash and wife Miss Fannie Wash Miss Nellie Wash Harry Wash HugoRJose ParisvFrance - Jqhn ClostenJChicagq Ills Mrs Mclrityre Morganfield Ky Miss Editi Waller Madisortville Miss iCate Anderson Owensboro Miss Hattie Hale Mayfield Mrs T P Cook Murray J C Reynolds Clarksville Tenn R C Stone New York Dr D E Enoch Still...

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. — 11 July 1898

I U I Jm few vo r IT iX r I c t il 81 7 C 7 P2 M VV 1 fh Vr fit i - 4 CHERRY BROTHERS They Miy Move Their Business College Here A School That Would pring Three 1 Hundred Pupils to the City Cherry Bros who have a uess achodl in Bowling Green SNEAK THIEF Two nice unfuniinhud rooms let suitable for small family Wr P Tqland busi have outgrown their quarters there and want to move to some other city -that will assistthem in establishing their school They have been in correspondence with city officials lere and a committee will be here next week to submit a proposition to the city council They guarantee to maintain a schooLwith three hundred board ing pupils and its location here would of course be a great thing for Hopkinsville Their school is for both sexes and teaches a full business course and also a normal course for teach ers Its growth in Bowling Green has been very rapid and the school is now occupying very crowded quarters If satisfactory terms can be agreed upon and material ass...

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. — 12 July 1898

Rend The DaiiyKentiiGkian 10 Cts a Week VOL 1 NO 65 W l Portsmouth Nt nfujj3 ai8 South us spon a IpS capr Goodrich say n though sever ppr uiUtMUwifcr CKi L I ILL DLwUr i Is Piit Up By a Dot On the Map 7 Denmark Wants a Vesuvius Earthquake Pitched Into St Thomas THREATENS US WITH FOREIGN WARSHIPS New York July 12 Special A Jour nal dispatch from St Thomas says Denmarks pro Spanish sympathy is show ing to be stronger every day The government is attempting to prevent our using 8000 tons of coal here belonging to the United States which is likely to cause trouble Governor Lederman declares if the Amer ican ships attempt to remove the coal by force they will be fired upon by German French and Italian warships in the harbor Great excitement prevails and trouble is expected at any moment as the Americans claim the right to use their own coal The populace is strongly American in sym pathy Spanish Editors Lie f4j Unlike the American Article Key West July 12 SpecialJFrom Havana comes a recita...

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. — 12 July 1898

5 w 8 w If r f 4 M Kt i I t i t f J 1 i t t I A t I i ftfoe ail ftentucMan IaMOwi cms eretfag eaxL Sml T KITMICJUTTZOy DEM0OEATI0 TICKET iOR COXCRESS f OR UXIOX COtTXTT Lieut Hobson has resumed his duties on board the New York 4k ColABryans regiment has been ordered to join Fitz Lee and vritt probably see service in Vorio Rico Caroara sailed through the Suez canal and then sailedjjback again at an expense of S116000 in canal tolls Miss Fannie Davenport the ac- tress is very low with heart disease at her summer homnearDuxbury Mass Geo M Pullman Jr son of the late sleeping car magnate has been given a commission and will enter the army A carefully revised roll of the lost and saved shows that of 714 per sons on La Bourgogue 164 were saved and 55 J drowned The Chicago Record wants to affixes the stamp on deadhead telegrams sent under Congressional frank The third annual convention of the National Association of Fire Insurance Agents will be held at Hotel Cadilliac Detroit Mich July 15 ...

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. — 12 July 1898

V HopMiMvUk Produce rUrkt ilasH pnM paid by Hopklusvllto merchants Bacon- am country 810o Shoulders I U4rJo 3tde 67o Lard c Ciouatry Eroducq r Butter l 12JlRo Eggs 7o New foathers 2528c Beoavvnx 1821o Tallpw 20 GiuBong por lb 2225 Honoy i8c Tub washed wool 2Gc Gronsod 13 I80 Poultry Y chickens ttyo por dozSfG0l80 Hooatora 2c drain Clovor per bushel 3 Corn 45c Wheat 50o Corn shelled 50o Live stock Hogs 3V25 Sheep 2G0800 Cattle 2n0350 Calves 300325 Lambs 400425 Hides and Furs Green hides 67c Green salted hides 1h Dryfliut 10l2o Vegotablos New potatoes per bushel 75c Cabbago per head 85c Watermelons Florida 2585o Flour Retail Patent per bbl 5125 Standard por bblk 53 75 Hay Clover per cwt 55c Good Timothy 70c Bran retail tlTVl2Jo Tomatoes k Fancy per doz 20o Choice per doz 10c Green Corn - ft Fancy doz ears 10c Choice doz ears 8c Every night in every ship of her Majestys navy the Queens health is drunk by officers of the vessel Shirts PEARYS TRIP The Next Voyage to Arctic Regions Will S...

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. — 12 July 1898

it n 7 1 ft IM r IX a j h I 5 t p tf The TO THE WALL Big Dry Goods House Richards Co Fails Thome Franklin of Assignment Last Night WithR E Cooper as Assignee v Assets and Libilities The dry goods firm of Richards Co doing perhaps the largest dry goSds business in the city filed a deed of assignment at 10 oclock last night naming R E Cooper as assignee Thc failure came as a surprise and causes universal regret in the city as the firm was one of the most popular in Hopkinsville It wascomposed of Henry C Rich ards J Bailey Richards and W DCooper The latter is a brother of Mr R E Cooper the warehouseman In round numbers the liabilities of the firm are estimated at 20000 The assets it is believed will foot up apout 40000 The Principal Creditors Below will be found a list of the principal creditors who are mostly Eastern merchants EUB Claffin Co N Y ap proximate 7050 00 Carter Dry Goods Co Lou isville 1000 00 CityBankHopkinsville 3400 00 Q A Elliott Lafayette 3000 00 Lewis ZuKaski St Loui...

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. — 13 July 1898

V01 HO fie- m V DEWEY Wins Another Victory Of 500 Prisoners He Captures Subig Bay and Frustrates Some Slick Schemes I TlfE RALEIGH AND CONCORD DID IT jw i Washington July fol lowing under date of July 10 lias been re ceived from Manila Admiral Dewey has won another impor tant victory in the capture of Grande Island in Subig Bay Island of Luzon This is also a chief harbor of the Philippines Gen Aguinaldo on July 6 informed Dewey that the insurgents had possession of Subig Bay except the island controlling its entrance which was occupied by a strong Spanish garrison Dewey on July7l dispatch ed the Raleigh and Concord to take the is land and capture the garrison They shelled the principal points of the island destroying the fortifications and torpedo stations Ool Rio the commander surrendered the 500 men comprising the garrison who were made prisoners Forty thousand rounds of ammu nition and one Etotchkiss gun were also cap tured This victory gives the Americans control of the Subig Ba...

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. — 13 July 1898

N - ST k fit b Jet 1 J P B Ml rff i i ijY ttbe ail ffcentuckiait lulrishccl every evening except Sunday by OKAS M teztlkCXAX 313 S Main Ex Senator Omar D Conger of Michigan who left the Senate in 1887 died the oth er day in Washington and few people remembered that he had ever been in the Senate The Alphonso XII seems to have as many lives as a cat It is now claimed that the ship run ashore near Mariel was not the Alphonso but a steamship loaded with ammu nition and supplies Hon Chas Offutt formerly of Paris and ex speaker of the Ken tucky house of representatives is dangerously ill at his home in Omaha Neb and there is little hope of his recovery A Louisville artist named Klau ber had his life saved by an aching tooth He was preparing to go to Europeon the Bourgogne but a sud den attack of toothache kept him at home In the United States Circuit Court at Wilmington Richard Rol lins Kenny junior United States Senator from Delaware is on trial upon an indictment charging him with aidi...

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. — 13 July 1898

jjumilHIHWlW B HopknvMI Produce flarket h prices paid by HopUlriwfild merchants yi Baeon Elams country 810o Shoulders 4 J5 Jo Sidea - C7o Lard iTrft 67c Country Produce Butter 12JplBo Ega l 7o New feathers 25S28c Booawhx 1821o Tallow 2Jo Ginseng per lb 2225 Honoy V H Tub washed wool 20o GrenBed 1818c Poultry Y chickons live per dozlG0 180 Boosters 2o Jrnin Clover por buBhol 3 Corn 46c Wheat GOc Corn shelled 60c Live stock flogs i 53V25 Sheep 250300 Cattle S2nP850 Calves 300325 Lambs J00425 Hides and Furs Green hides 67c Green Baited hides aC Dry flint 1012o Vegetables Now potatoes per bushel 76c Cabbage per head 8Bo Watermelons Florida 2535o Flour Retail Patent per bbl L25 Standard per bbl S3 75 Hay- f Clover per cwt 55c Good Timothy 70c Bran retail 12Jo Tomatoes f Fancy per doz 20c Choice per doz 10c Green Corn Fancy doz ears 10c Choice doz ears 8o Captain Generul Augustis miia tacho measures a foot fiom tip to tip yet he cannot save his country Shirts BASEBALL SPKCIAt f RESULTS OF...

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. — 13 July 1898

t m N i V its rl SI to M IF m JUDGMENTS Muck Business Dispatched in Judge Canslers Court Mostly Small Suits of Minor Inter- eat Criminal Case Up To Day WW West vs M R Redd Co Judgment againt C B CEHYftPcttus Continued tlaudv Bros vs J W Davison Co vs F W Watts Continued JS Rives Co vs P W Watts Continued Gray Dudley Hardware Co vs FtW Watts Continued Cassidy Oil Co vs F W Watts Continued T S Wright vs Langlcy Bell Judgment for plaintiff W M Morton vs W U T Co Dismissed settled W H Graham assignee vs Alex luckncr and Lucien Dade ment for plaintiff Reuben Atkinson vs M S Major i Dismissed settled Andrew Leavell vs Geo W jWinfree and Green Rickman missed settled Richards Co vs G H Merritt Dismissed settled Jas Breathitt vs J JNixon Judgment for plaintiff Jas Breathitt vs G W Layne Co Judgment for plaintiff Wheeler Cavce assignee vs L B Cayce Judgment for plaintiff - T W Blakey vs G E Medley Judgment for plaintiff Jas Breathitt vs Garrett Qiiarles Dismissed settled f Lacy Lacy vs Jim Ad...

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. — 14 July 1898

Rfod The Daily Kentuckian 10 Cti a Week TOLL 067 ar tss it T Daily JEntuchiatL TOPAT t Instructed to Surren der at Discretion Blanco So Notifies the Home GovernmentThe End W vy May Come Soon MORE VIGOR DECIDED ON BY MILES S Madrid July l4 SpecialOapt Gen - Blanco has notified the War Department that he has instructed G en Toral in command at Santiago to resist attack as long as possible but to surrender at his own discretion Wheeler Climbed a Tree Shatter Filled With Envy Santiago July 14 Special Gen Wheeler is particularly addict 4 ed toTscouting Tuesday this kindly mild looking little- jeteranavho swuhg his hatand jumped like a boy when the firtHotchkiss shell struck the Spanish breastworks went out on a reconnoissance that took him within four miles of Santiago There happened to be a handy palm tree at this point and up the trunk the general swarmed perching in the branches and calmly surveying the outworks of the enemy through theafield glasses Gen Shatter reached Gen Wheelers q...

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. — 14 July 1898

i fl t 1 l f44 Bi WW if mt y j fflffi MowyjJtT iytApVANOK l3 z ZtSM -41 h r - TT TT i f p Published cVcry eVSiilngexccnji Sunday by X48 X HMAVKAM SIS 8 Mala MommKcirY r 56- i nn w BEM5fi0l I0KET 22Sf LS wr - wiORfcONGKKSS iHRkRY1 ABUEN J op urhoS cdtnnrtf jfcf f a - 3 m 1 A nSit Ramns n flmnll tiling t tfesWofcanehdless ambunt pKtib ISKciawh6putji itonj an exoress oackacre The internal rcctius commissioner has formally and officially decided that the law requiris the express company to Ax fhetstanip butthVexpress fanies will appeal to tlie courts Condensed to apply to the subject in hand the law reads It shall be the duty of every express company to issue to the shipper or consignor from whom goods are accepted for oortation a bill of ladinsr and fthefeishall tbefe attached andcan ceiedf tojeachof saidbills of i rScliriff afdtamBdt the value of one deal -Vs i From this lamruatrc it is clear that the commissioner has properly construed the law It was un- doubdly the intentioh Sob Cob...

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. — 14 July 1898

Hbfivil Produce riarkct Cash prcos ptml by HoplutiavMo morehHtita Bucoa HaniHcountry B10c Shoulders p45J3 Sides fl Lard Vfc G7 Country ProdUM ur laSfffliuo Elbb - 7c Now foathors 2528c Beoswux 1821o Tallow 2J Giusong per lb 2225 Houoy 78c Tub washed wool 2Go Groaaod 13l8o Poultry Y cliickonB livo per dozf lD0t80 KooBtors 20 drain Clover por bUBhol 53 Corn r 45c Wheat BOc Corn Bholled 50o Live Btock HogB 58V25 Sheon 2GO800 Cattle 2508G0 Calves 530032B Lambs Sl00 125 Hides and Furs Green hides G7c Greeu salted hides a7c Dry flint ml2c VegotableB Now potatoes per bushel 75c Cabbage per head 35c Watermelons Florida 2535o Flour Retail Patent per bbl - Standard per bbl 7 T 53 75 Hay Clover per cwt 55c Good Timothy 70 Bran retail 12 Tomatoes t Fancy por doz 20c Choice per doz 10c Green Corn Fancy doz oars 10c Choice doz ears 8c Accommodations for bicycles has been added to the attractions o the theater at Namur in Belgium h i rts CARRIERS MUST PAY Their Failure to Affix Stamp Sub jects 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. — 14 July 1898

I IPBi i IP 3 M IS l ii i S T I T M ii m a W tH TT w H 1 T Sffi i rV Tgffiai tf 1 tPt RATLIFP FINED 25 1 a deadly weapon 1 NHe waB acquitted of the charge of shooVmgand fined 25 and costs forfcarryiag a pistol - l0 The Sales This Week The sales of tobacco this week were not so large as they have been voh several occasions during1 the v season but prices were gener ally satisfactory to both buyer and V seller Offerings both days con sisted largely of common leaf and lugs and sales footed up well as compared with the offerings Very little good leaf was sold and no fine styles were offered this week Race Course Completed Work on the training track at Gracey has been completed and the course is now ready for use The track is a half mile one situated 1 just south of the village and is one of the prettiest in the state The owners will use the track for train ing young stock and a large num ber of them have already been booked for handling It is not among the improbabilities that Gracey wi...

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. — 15 July 1898

At r Read Ttf MfKont Ar uckian 10 Ci a Week VOL 1 NO 68 Ui MWl M MBfci Mki a RIGHT s Of Individual Liberty Stops in Spain Martial Law Proclaimed in an Official Decree PEACE TALK AT EUROPEAN CAPITALS Madrid July 15 Special THe G azetta officially publishes a decree temporarily sus pending the operations of the law of individ ual rights This means martial law through out the country - TwentyThree Cases of Fever There Were Three Deaths ToDay Washington July 15 Special The removal of mines at more important points on the Atlantic coast has been begun Surgeon General Sternberg has received the following from Siboney to day Only 23 cases of yellow fever rind three deaths reported within the lasb24 hours - i -- Genera the disease is of a mild lorm uamp sues wm oe move 4 4 to v 1 t -in--- M 1 whenever practicalxle wave taicen vigorous juiuuicpii check the spread of the disease x f Sagasja Leaning to Peace- Opinion at London and Paris New York July 15 Special London dispatches to a Wall stre...

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. — 15 July 1898

w Ft in W v f v v n f v fifty i i t Sj rj C 4 FOKWCOXt HENRtf DmDLEN I op union Mk - rniWTY k HP m - am Lieut WAYHarts who was recent ly severely wounded by the tal explosion of dynamite at Jack ahnviiio has been promoted f ttfe Prsidentofie rank ojtla Vhat has become of the Teraer arib that scared the timid by ulv injrin wait at BuenosI Ayresjfor the Oregon last fearing What a pity the Orejfolf Wasnt found by her Spanish sharpshooters have been instructed to shoot the officers es pecialiyind tblates Ruling- fs fttiatmiifficers miist wear no dis tinguished marks about their uni forms Some of the officers would no doubt rather beshoxcasiStH ally than to give ujf their shoulder straps The boys of the American k hriAVRj remembered the Maine I r si i i Jt u 1 than ascore ot ti navy more imes Spain nas already lost twenty one ships of war with an aggregate of 44940 i tons and -twenty-tone merchant Ves sels of 32400 tons The United States has lost no ships of war ex- cepttheklaine has had...

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. — 15 July 1898

SOUTHERIAND Sketch of the Little Eagles Gal Inn t Rfrred to as the ilero of t fuegos by k Chicago War r Atlas The following1 brief sketch of Lieut W II II Southerland is from the War Atlas of the- Chicago Times Herald Lieutenant Southerland who figured prominently in the affair at Cienfucg08 when the vessel which he commands was fired upon by a Spanish cruiser is one of the fortu nate younger officers of the navy who has received a command of his own so long1 as he retains which he is colloquially addressed by the complimentary term jt Captain His vessel is the swift auxiliary cruiser Eagle formerly a private yacht but engaged actively in the blockade of Cuba This acceptable billet was given to Lieutenant Southerland in testimony of the high regard in which he has held by the Navy Department where he has been on duty for several years with the exception of the regular periods at sea A fact greatly in his favor is that he is one of the few officers of the navy who are literally risen...

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. — 15 July 1898

K I LI ft Sfl J i i Ik f H 4 m kp i i i i i I y 4 1tr V I 1 1 fciu J 1 1 M IV i U 1 3 s IT - m p liri4 1 FtK I H BWV - 4 V 3h Mil fifth II TwMmt IjiPH Mm mm K m t nro fm AliBERTS COLTS El jM f tktnr Sold in Chicago For 1300 a SaletUM Unrfcr Electric Lights jnidyvNIght t the Xg9tocks Yards tyg Af WiMnnsrlav nitrhts Bale of thoroughbred yearlings at the stockyards in Chicago several IproSSsing youngstcrsfrbm this city frcreaisp5sed of ffftjflorty nirie horses were sold the TUpest price being 700 The av erSjre price was 164 for the string Eight colts of Imported Albertwere sold and with but one exception they seemed to be fayoi ites with tlie buyers The average price for the Ilopkinsville colts was 16250 The following list of sales shows the pedigree of the colts the names with owner purchaser and price P s i M BS f 11485 by imp Albert out ol Bullet owned by Williams Rad ford bought by H M Mason for B c 11488 by imp Albert out of Emeute owned by Williams lorn oougnt Dy win Mcuuigan ior...

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. — 15 July 1898

11 kw i w i i L t t iJTiR 41 I f 1 h l M mi MTwgni w n It KFal J MTSXOITS Eifktoftktm Sold in Chicago For 1300 Untfcr i Sale tim t Blsctrk Lights Kgdn iiMeoayrugui m Stocks Yards jlHj ti fvlk Af W4i1npRflav nicrhts sale of thoroughbred yearlings at the stock yards in Chicago several uproSSingyoungatcrsfrom this city cjreaisposed of fStforty nine horses were sold the HHfliest price being 70Q The erage price was 164 for the string Eight colts of Imported Albert were skld and With but one exception they seemed to be javWitea with the buyers The average price for the Ilopkinsville colts was 16250 The following list of sales shows the pedigree of the colts the names withowner ipurchaser and price paidS f s i f f m Bfff 11485 byimp Albert out of Buliet owned by Williams Rad ford bought by H M Mason for 225 B c 11488 by imp Albert out of Emeute owned by Williams Rad ford bought by Wm McGuigan for 225 B f H4Q6 by imp Albert out of Lucy Clark owned by Williams Radford bpugnhtfyfE FflSimsifOr...

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. — 16 July 1898

II fe W4 ivy a miiiM ii ii h Read The DailyKentuclcian Ctf a Week JyOL 1 NO 69 JJwttlJL JL v Watsons Squadron Is Waiting Orders Hred to Sail For Spain at a Moments Notice i ft m f ORDERS ARE MOMENTARILY EXPECTED Siboney Cuba July Watsons raiding Squadron is now in readiness to sail for Spain Orders are mo mently expected and the men are eager to start Synopsis of the Terms Spaniards Conceded Everything Washington July 16 Special The following dispatch was re ceived at 905 a m Olaya Del Este July 16 The Spanish have surrendered Partic SHATTER ularsjater This is taken to mean that tne hitch in the proceedings -had been tNremoved by a Spanish back down Gen Shatter also reports tnax ne is lniormeu y oampuu iitui entered the harbor this morning The report sent last night was as follows The -agreement to surrender Santiago and all of the island east of a line down from Aceraderos to Sagua was signed at 4 oclock this after noon It was approved by Gen Miles Gens Blanco and Toral await appro...

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