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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 16 July 1898

im 7 77 W mm n I II imwi u Rend The DailyKentUGkian 1 3 Cti t Week TOL L NO 69 Norfolk Va July 16 READY Watsons Squadron Is Waiting Orders Wf ared to Sail For Spain at a Moments Notice Ji jt 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 Terras Spaniards Conceded Everything Washington July 16 Special The following dispatch was rer ceived at 905 a m Olaya Del Este July 16--The Spanish have surrendered Partic ularsJaW SHATTER This is taken to mean that tlic hitch in the proceedings had been Nyawoved by a Spanish back down JenfShafUr also reports that he is informed that Sampsons fleet 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 Tor...

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. — 16 July 1898

It A ii v i v 3 m IP risrr i J IS Mij pitfp u i tot jtsWr kfli J Ph ir r Ml- - mi 1 r W fj iHr i V m sr DEMOCRATIC TICKET gOR CONGRESS HE5JRY D ALLEN T OP UNION COUNTY V V Waisons invasion of Spain has itself in words ho far v expended empty words A little more ger pieasc Edward Marshall the wounded correspondent of the New York Journal has reached Charleston enroute home Dewey continues to act wisely in fkeeping the cable cut and in not s jconsultinff Washington until after lie has done it The New York Heralds report thn CnnSnVi o1r1irra had hnf r - narnnptl from Santiago turned out to be a pure fake John JRhea has no opposition for Congress and the decision of Bill Jones not to run probably means that John will be given a walk over I The publication of the decree proclaiming martial law in Spain is taken to mean that the Queen Regent is about ready to sue for peace The inhabitants of San Juan I6rto Rico are fleeing into the in terior of the island in anticipation of an early attac...

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. — 16 July 1898

U 0 liiiit mi iUmnimikmmWH ACROSS CONTMBNT Continued from Page 2 yers in building Also the Bee Hive the former residence of hRni Young and the Eagle Gate are points of jiiteresCalso Salt Lake itself whqrehnmcnsc ties1 pf the finest salt are extracted and onVvhicli are located two of the llnest Uathiflg resorts in the world Garfield andSaltair Beaches The twatcr of att Lake is so light that It would be Impossible for one to be drownfid so children are perfectly r dafe in bathing there They have the largest pavilion in tnc worm and 1000 bath rooms - After leaving Utah we pass through Nevada Over our route nothing- is seen except alkali des- ert and mountains until we reach California The drouth here for the past year prevents the interior frjom looking as verdant as usual but along the Sacramento river and -bay immense herds of cattle ate feeding- and fruit and vineyards abound- A few hours run from tSacramento brings us to the denGate City of which I hope to telt you something in the...

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. — 16 July 1898

fa f m 4 itf r ft iff HI M J J i i J r II J Jilt- J Bit i a Ai -4 i a J 553 M v I W I WW a- n sihi2 li I iTwNM il 44 i tJ ii f ftYATE BAILEY Mfafal G The Hospital at otiroe Virginia ifr Fort firs Balky is Not Certain Now tttiiWftetSMr Her Husband Was tjie n IZI4 C7 14- In a UanAI flan Shot- 1 lltll JAW 1L III a wtu fit tS -Saw it in Paper The question of whether or not J bf this city was wnutJrlnrl nf Snnintrn in still ail Sf VVIMVtViM QV J - VXIn J VMWU V few davs afro the Kent 1ckian stated that Mrs Bailey had report- egranx that lier Husband had suf fered the lossof a leg- This morning- the following- letter S was received from Mrs Bailey - Guthrie Ky July Please correct a mis SKENTUCKUNirr published several days ago in your paper stating had received a telegram bthat4I that J L Bailey was shot n thebattle of Santiago The cor rect way of the matter is this 1 saw an accotfnt of it in the St iJ EoffisPost Ifspatch that he was wouhded in1 the rig ht leg- and have never heard any mor...

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. — 18 July 1898

4 6 Read The o DaiiyKentuckian 10 Cfi a Week u TOE NO 70 i -it T r a tS i t t 0 0 W N With Yellow Fever Is Gen Duf field Germany Will Back Down In the Irene Bluff at Manila WAS DDE TO A MISUNDERSTANDING Washington July 18 Special A tele gram received this morning at the War De partment states that Brigadier General Duf field is down with yellow fever at the Siboney hospital Gen Dnffield comes from Detroit and is a personal friend of Secretary Alger He commanded a brigade composed of the Sixth Massachusetts and the 33rd and 34th Michigan He is a man well advanced in years and has been sick for a week or more with fever which has developed into yellow fever Gen Merriam Will Command The Fourth Manila Expedition San Francisco July 18 Special Maj Gen Merriam has as sumed command of the expeditionary forces It is said in spite of the immense amount of work that has been thus shouldered on this com mand active preparations were continued on the vessels of the fourth Manila expedition There...

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. — 18 July 1898

it Jt B- 1 s m life I Br- Or1 It 9 fi TH X WIW sr ftb 01 Iublshed crcry evening except Sunday by GKA X XXAOXAX 312 8 Main A United States custom office is to be established at Santiago at once and duties collected on all goodsimported into Cuba Congressman Evan E Settle of the Seventh Kentucky district has been declared the nominee of the Democratic party for re election without the formality of a conven tion A rumor that the most notorious woman in Europe the Princess Chimay was dead has been promptly contracted No such good fortune has befallen her disgraced relatives JasJ Corbett and Norman Sel by known as Kid McCoy have agreed to fight a 25 round contest for 20000 about September 10 Thefight will be pulled off by the Buffalo Athletic Club Rev Jas P Hendrick father of the ex Attorney General Jack Hen drjck died at Flemingsburg He was seventy years old and had been pastor of one Presbyterian church for forty years Major Taylor a colored wheel man from Indianapolis carried off 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. — 18 July 1898

t m ddHhpothy Bran retail LH fv CLlPffeD AND COMPILED The Danville colored Mr begins August 24 ad eoutinuoa throo days SArefal ftftmborBof a Scottvillo fam ily Wtfepoisdned J3 oatlbg ieeereum Noef them died J Ti LiaoolnOotntyCourt is usual ly attended by killing This term ttoreivertJ thrttf l AtbweuflWro Circuit Judge Owen decided tliacjtys engiuohouepptirkB ptc areUblo for Stato tuxes The Bowling Groou pooplonrowork jug tottocuro tho next mooting of tho ftttona pox Huutors Association Preparations aro boing tntulo at Georgetown for tho hanging of Clar once Vinegar thd negro wife murdoror to day Allon gained 1 000 afcrca of good land and four voters by tho rosurvoy of tho lino between Wnrron and Al lent Norton Sutton formerly Scottcouu 1y a membor of tho Tonth United Stales cavalry was lulled in the buttle of Santiago Will Baker Bhot and killed Dick Slnnloy at Hondorson Tho slain man wag too intimate with tho other mans wifo All colored work has begun on tho now court house at Lexin...

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. — 18 July 1898

IT Eli Ui t Ifsa 1 iflfi 4 f ft lift L given fflujTB 0 ryfiMa MCHERSINSTITDTE Prof ram for the Meeting Next Monday WHI be Conducted by Prof J C yW Willis us Instructor Programme The Christian County Teachers Institute will meet July 25 29 in his city with Prof J C Willis as instructor The program is here 4000 Organization 1 ball to Order by Superintend- tent 2 Devotional Exercises 3 Address of Welcome G C Long- Jr 4 Response L W Guthrie 5 Enrollment 6 Superintendents Address 7 Instructors Address 1145 Adjournment for noon 17 Monday Afternoon -115 a Roll Call b Music c Announcements v Management N 1 The Teachers Preparation J W Burnett - 2 Securing- a School Miss Car rie Brasher 4 3 The Examination 4 226 Recess and Music 10 Minutes 230 Reading- J C Willis 320 Recess and Music 10 Minutes K 336 Literature Teachers led by m J C Willis y l J 2 V 5 St At Monday Morning MUsic Annnouncements Adjournment Tuesday Morning- 830 Openincf Exercises Music Scripture Lesson and Prayer Music Roll Cal...

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. — 19 July 1898

Read The DAM VOL 1 NO U Briiigi Q in i Week T foe Daily y 1 ventachian 10 Cis a i iM i WTT T Leave For Cadiz On Friday Next Watson Now Ready to Start and Impatient to Go Washington July 19 Special This dispatch was received early this morning PlayaDel Este July 18The Adjutant Generals roister of prisoners has been handed in this afternoon ty G en Toral The total is 22789 Signed SHAFTER Secretary Alger to day told the newspa per men that the Porto Rican expedition had started from various points or would later in the day He said G en Miles had been order ed to leave on the Yale from Santiago He said all of the 22789 Spanish prisoners men tioned by G en Shafter in his report to day were in the city of Santiago and did not in clude Spanish troops at other places in the surrendered zone numbering between 10 000 and 12000 Probably on Friday Washing ton July 19 Special Commodore Watsons formidable squadroniQbattleships and protected auxiliary cruisers will leave on Friday or Saturday for ...

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. — 19 July 1898

m It f tfMtjf 1 m JM m If 4 W K fc Sylvester Scovel the New York Journals correspondent is said to have insulted Gen Shafter at a hnnnuet at Santiago where wine flowed pretty freely placed under arrest He has been M Zola the great French novel ist has had his second trial for his conduct in the Dreyfus matter and has been sentenced to pay 3000 francs fine and to be imprisoned a venr m irerreux recuivcu wc same sentence The great Confederate re union in Atlanta this week will attract thousands of the old veterans to that city An excursion train from Louisville will take five hundred and the number will be largely aupmented bv towns alone the route The National Editorial Associa tion will meet in Denver Colorado the first week in September and will make a tour of the State that will be one of the most delightful trips the association has ever taken The editors are already planning to make a trip to Paris in i900 ll The American troops are now busy pitching their tents on the hill side...

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. — 19 July 1898

V FINEST IN SOUTH k Naalivillcs New Louisville Nashville Station- m Bids Opened Yesterday For Build Ins iticriajnificcnt a Structure Bids were opened yesterday at Nashville for the new depot of the Louisville Nashville railroad at that place Contracts for the con struction will be let When com pleted the station will be the hand somest in the South Without the real estate which is very valuable the cost will be 100000 TMie station will be located on South Walnut street and New Kaync avenue south of Broad street The Louisville Nash ville Terminal Company has been working on the plans for some time The plans include n depot building and baggage room with a train shed of 200 feet clear space a total width of 240 feet and a length of 500 feet It will have three through tracks and six stub end tracks The station will be used by the L N and the Naslnille nooga and St Louis railroad The building will be most attrac tive The main entrance will front on a viaduct which will include Broad str...

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. — 19 July 1898

i i ii lv tu K dlWA 9tt vl itfri Gainesville afternoon jci a- fetll Vrfi yr lUtES LAID DOWN The Superintendent Prepares 13 Rules for the Teachers The Institute Must be Attended V by AH Teachers With 9- Certificates J lf MIbb McDaniel County Superin tendent makes the following- an nouncement concerning- the ap proaching meeting- of the Teachers Institute 1 Teachers to whom work is as signed will be depended upon lor a well prepared paper or discussion ofihcme assigned 2 The fee will be 125 3 Teachers are urged to bring trustees patrons and pupils with them 4 Teachers are requested to arrange to remain in town on Tues day and Thursday nights if not possible to stay every night and to have as many patrons and pu pils as possible with them Please remember this 5 Every teacher is requested to bring a good note took and be pre pared for taking in a systematic manner outlines and notes of the various lectures and papers 6 Be on time every day especially Monday 7 Arrange your affairs so you...

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. — 20 July 1898

ttUttkhil llE I IStltf JV 10 Cts a Week VOI 1 NO 72 Pkv m rrr BAD CUBANS They Want to Go to Loot ing and Killing Garcia and Gomez rtiig and May Cause Trouble Chicago July 20 Special A Record special from Santiago says Gen McKibben has established a thorough system of patroll ing the city A number of Cubans entered disguised as refugees tried to provoke Spaniards into street riots and were arrested wherever de tected G en Garcia has left the camp of the Cuban army North of the city and started Westward with a detachment of troops to confer with G en G omez The Volunteers in the Spanish army who are residents of Cuba are growing restless believing they are to be sent out of the island and they may cause trouble Slightest Talk Yet v Spain Getting Anxious for Peace Madrid July 20 Special The cabinet was in session for sever al hours last night and while the ministers refused to talk concerning what transpired at the meeting- it is known positively that the council decided unanimously to...

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. — 20 July 1898

tt t fcr fe r mi Publibcd ervy evening except Sunday by CXAJf X XXAOXAX 213 8 Mala Rico Isaac Miller has been elected Phnirmnn of the Louisville Demo cratic Committee Gen Shafter may have to cut off the rations of the Cubans to bring them to their senses Mai Webb C Hayes who was wnnnrlpfl nr Snnttafo is a son of the late Rutherford B Hayes t Forty eight political prisoners six of them women who were found in the Santiago jail were promptly released With all due respect to the pow ers that be the sailing of Watsons squadron at once a chestnut is getting to be Of the wounded soldiers of Santi ago 225 have been brought to the Fort Thomas hospital near New port Ky where all are doing well Seven of them are colored The Cubans are by no means satisfied with the arrangement by which they are not to be allowed to loot the cities captured by the Americans But for the free grub there is in itthey might cause trouble to their new found allies Prof E Benjamin Andrews President of Brown Universi...

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. — 20 July 1898

- f yjniV I UJMgJLL TTT MILES AND BROOKE -Or Will Hvc Charge of the Pojto Ricin Campaign Th bfefinscs of San Juan nrc For midable arid the Garrison X consists of 12000 Washington July 19After three days consultation between the President Secretary Alger and Gen Brooke during which there was frequent communication with Gen Miles at Silioncy the details of the Porto Rican expedition were perfected and the expedition itself waq gotten under way Gen Miles with some artillery and troops sail ing to day for Porto Rico to be fol lowed quickly by an army of- about 30000 men Gen Brooke will be the fcenior of ficer in Miles command and upon him will fall the responsibility for the execution of the details of his superiors plans It is estimated that Gen Miles should arrive by Wednesday night at the point selected for the landing and will hoist the American flag at once over Porto Rican soil The point chosen for his landing is kept a sedret as the General will land before the full body of the e...

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. — 20 July 1898

iPr sa JfiS JHfl A f ni x fe n fl ALL WILL PASS Three Boys Appointed to the State College ft Teachers Papers Not Yet Passed - J Upon by the Examining Board 4 Mr Qiles Funeral The funeral and interment of the late Paschal Giles occurred at the family homestead this afternoon Mr Giles leaves his widow and four children a very comfortable estate consisting of a fine farm and other property situated betwpen Howell and ncrndon For RKXTThrce room resi Uhc with large hall pn West 17th 8t GooH tfater W A Ward Clark H Tandya Loraine G Gantand Douglass Graham the three bright boys who took the StateCollege examination last week will pass with credit and Miss Mc- Daniel will to day appoint tnem lor a four years term in the State Col lege at Lexington There is a vacancy for one more four years appointee and we are authorized by Miss McDaniel to say that she will call another ex amination if any applicants appear It would have to be held next week as these appointments must be made before August...

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. — 21 July 1898

w x jfaiA fjl Da 10 Cts ft Week VOL 1 NO 73 Writes Shatter That He Is Disgusted Says That He Was Treated Discourteously at the Surrender Santiago Cuba July 21 Special G en Garcia of the Ouban army in a letter to G en Shatter declares he is disgusted at his treat ment at the hands of the Americans and will consequently withdraw his forces to the hills He complains that Shafter failed to officially notify him of G en Torals surrender He is also incensed at not being invited to the ceremony at the formal capitulation of Santiago Another grievance is Gen Shafter s re taining the Spanish civil authorities in San tiago For tfyese reasons he says he will henceforth act independently of the Ameri cans N - Gen Shafter wired a formal answer to Gen Garcia that Santiago is now quiet and that the Spaniards willassist theAffleriQans in any way required This correspondence of course makes it unnecessary to deny the report sent out yes terday that Gen Garcia had been killed - On Gen Shafters recomm...

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. — 21 July 1898

I t fv K h ST i I IK Mr 1 - Rgjuafcrifil Ztfoe Dail ftentucfcian Publshcd etcry evening except Sunday by CXAB X WtKACKAM 213 S Wtaln The Spaniards in Cuba are de termined not to let the Americans in the Klondike get ahead of them At Matanzas they are eating dog meat Two Cincinnati men were fined 200 for stealing organ pipes Per- hags there were extenuating cir cumstances Tney may nave nveu next door to the organ Nicholas Fish left Siboney Tues day on a government transport with the exhumed body of his son Sergeant Hamilton Fish Jr one of the first soldiers killed in Cuba Congressman Davidson in the Eighth district is not a candidate for re election It is expected that John Bennett or Brutus J Clay will be the Republican opponent of Hon G G Gilbert Congressman Sam J Pugh the Republican member from the Ninth district has been unanimously re nominated His Democratic oppo nent has not yet been selected D Lieut Brannersreuther of the Charleston raised the stars and stripes over the Ladro...

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. — 21 July 1898

h lBSBwiS CURINO A SHIRKER Summary Punishment Visited ijjwn the Lazy Man ti ti firatt oIIm h trnntl iU UIU UIVH nni row w - D rtScy of how a lazy private In hia reg 1mot was curlo shirking accordiuK totue Philadelphia Times It apptfarVtiiktJthe follow wna tit terly uo good lie hud beou dm f tod into aervico and theroefter dovotod hia whole timo and attention to got ting out of itHo apeut morothau half of his Time In the hospital tent Ho rnn thogiuiiiit of all the diaoasoB that ilbsh is heir tp orhari acquired through its own misguided effortB Somehow oven tho BQority of military discipline was inadequate to hia caso Bhirk ho could and would Ouo day tho rogimeut wbb ordered lo battle ThorbwaB to be a long hard march and a fierce conflict at tho end cf it When tho ordora came tho shir ker He was takon to an am- biflancd where ho lay apparently in a comatose condition hearing nothing Sheering nothing Tho eurgoou a now officor juat nppoiutod on tho Btaff wbb Rent for to boo him Tho phys...

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. — 21 July 1898

m ti ifflt Pot it PSV I1 1 1 mi jfi mi PIrr itj Ci i STRANGE UDY 4 blves the Slip to a Lady Who Befriended Her ij Clave Her Name as Flora Wallace t and Her Age Eighteen f Years Yesterday evening1 a young wo man in a buggy drove up lo the house of Mr Torian just South of town on the Cox Mill road and said she was sick and asked to be al lowed to come in and lie down for a few minutes Mrs Tonan granted her request and at the expiration of half an hour she said she was still so sick she would wait a while longer At sunset T5he asked to be allowed to stay all night and her horse was put up She said her name was Flora Wallace and that her fathers name v was Wm Wallace and that he lived a few miles noth of Hopkins ville She was well dressed and wore her dark brown hair hanging down her back She claimed to be eigh teen years of age This morning she remarked before starting away that her mother wanted a house keeper and when Mrs Torian said she would like to have the place invited her to ge...

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