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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 22 July 1898

PA V Mr vtn nr W Read The 10 Cti Week yoi i1 So 7r vrMl i HAINES The Kentucky Boys lfi Left Behind Nrt TMtoy Praps Smother iDay Theyll Go Washington July 200 ojcers 5100 men and fifty cars of freight left Ohickamauga for Newport News to em bark for the seat of war This is G en Haines brigade with the hospital corps signal office outfit and additional artillery It is expected that a part of the expedition will embark to morrow for Porto Rico The Kentucky and Illinois troops recently under G en Haines were left behind under G en Grant They may go later Beef Steaks For Cuba How Live Cattle are Unloaded New YbrkJfily 22 The refrigerating ship Supplysailed from this port oay to join Sampsons fleet In her refrigerating room are 100- i i i i - i i ii ii T BEEVES FOR THE BOYS IN ULtJE The way In which live cattle brought to Tampa Fla on tramp attamoril tfckon frpnv th6m is very Interesting The animals are ratsod from the lower part of theyowol by heavy ropes fastened to their horns Then tho...

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. — 22 July 1898

H h I- r it m l ft -elf If - - w - 9 WLffP iHmK iHrilflifF Li sSv ttfoe Sailv ftentucfeian laWJed eTcreTenhiif except Sunday by OKAftX MXAOXAK SHI Xala Sampson a has w FOR CONGRESS HENRY ALLEIJ OP UNKN COUNTY- Gen Gordon has ag aiti been re elected commander-in-chief of tlje Confederate Veterans Suarreled Sckli Shatter and Miles so the way over jf f m with far aad with difficlilty restrains him self in dealing- with the President The yellow fever situational San tiago is improving rapidly with the use of proper remedies and pure food Only two deaths occurred Wednesday - The second deftichtnent of Mhnila troops madef tp Nebraska and Colorado regiments arrived last Saturday Pour privates died on f There are 1800 patients in the hospitals of Santiago About 480 are wounded soldiers and the rest are sick people 1000 of whom have malarial fever A late report from Manila says Aguinaldo is in faivor of annexation to Ihe United States and that he and Dewey thoroughly uudcrstand each other Th...

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. — 22 July 1898

K w 3L BASSfeALL SPtGlAU i i JtKSQIrS OP YESTERDAYS OAMK9 Louisville 57 Brooklyn 24 Botoc 7 St Loula 1 - Baltimore 3 1 ClpvelancL6 7 mati 12r 7iiington G 4 WYork 1 ir Pittsburg 2 7 fcfo 1 PhlUdglphia 3 jWJW 1 OJLll V L i - X i r i fcTatr 54 28 BfMKMft V 51 29 Cleveland 49 30 Baltimore 4G 31 PittiburffUWv 43 Jiaiplla35 Brooklyn v 32 Washington 32 Louisville 27 iStiouto24 uwfft lWi1LugsV 2 Lijga r 2 Mecliumliigsi 4 SiyVlSSlffei 4 Cqrnmpnleiif 5 MuqiunriQitf 6 Good leaf 10 Finolianf 12 36 37 37 40 45- 50 55 60 tJ f sHtIRTITIMC FOR -TO-DAY lf Louisville nt Brooklyn fc at New York- WVIUUllin 111- iiukwui tOhidac o Jit Philadelphia elhiinnati at Vahington I Cleveland at Baltimore 0 i it - PC 659 638 620 597 561 538 532 467 415 390 329 285 V Hopkinsville Tobacco Harket Reported by J n Egglcton of Cummlngs BgglotonColnooporfttod buyoron order of dealer In and handler of leaf tobacco July 21st market opened up this week with a decided advance over previous Week While at times it showed somew...

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. — 22 July 1898

W S m it TV I 8 i Wv YICIOUS ASSAULT rf Made by Ester Miller col on Mr J H Eggleton Knocked Down and Seriously Hurt -The Negro Knocked Down By John Eggleton A serious altercation occurred at an early hour this morning at the Cummings Eggleton Cos tobac coifactory in which Mr J H Eg gleton SrM the manager was as saulted and severely injured by a negro employe of the factory named Ester Miller Miller was quarreling with an other employe of the factory when MrEgglSton came in and ordered him to get out of the factory to set tlehis troubles Miller at once turned upon Mr Eggleton and became insolent and Mr Eggleton spoke roughly to him whereupon Miller threw a small trash keg at him hitting him in the side Mr Eggleton seized a piece of stave and closed with the negro who managed to strike him several severe blows about the shoulders head and side Miller was getting the best of it when JoKn Eggleton came to his fathers assistance and knocked Miller down with a weight striking him on the h...

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. — 23 July 1898

u uiirh i ifttt l niirtmimfitiin gend The i Ws 15 Cti a Week 1i JitKl Cull ittV -I rfrf J i i - b YfflPfOlp 4 U T XT T 2 V M wtmh Jvi i i j j Mm- i lllCfC Is Case Of Yellow Fever 4 In BmSoWfers Hospital Ft Monrfli 4 at Washiiltbnv JJuly general Sternberg stated this morning tlfat there is a case suspected case pg yellow fever among the Santiago founded soldiers in the hospital at Ft SdConroe He will go thee to day and look into the matter and if the report is true will taKeeileVgetic steps to prevent a spread of the disease IhRorted Ambuscade of f v Spanish Soldiers byiGarcia New York July 23 Special- A Washington special to the Watsons squadron will not sail if Spain will ask her friends to help stop the war There are reasons for believing1 the fleet will be broken up within a fortnight h A special tothe Herald says It 18 reOrlUU Hull UillUU a lUUI wugut uu bMtiiuiiui tiiiit fiBnsoluiers boundfor Santiago to surrender Report says Cubans am bushed the Spaniards but were repulsed wit...

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. — 23 July 1898

i u tt is H fl J a i t KM Great excitement has been caused mSantiago by a story brought in by Cubans that 4X0lCiiban insur gents comprising Gen Garcias army for the Eastern Depart ment of Cuba were routed in a fierce engagement with a detach ment of Spanish troops bound for Santiago tosurrender yesterday It is not known as yet whether Gen Garcia was aware of the num ber of the enemy he was attacking If he thought he had encountered a small force of Spaniards and could overpower them easily it was a grave mistake There were at least five thousand Spaniards in the body and they drove Garcias men into full retreat a few hours after the battle began No official confirmation has been received at Washington of the report Such action on the part of the Cu ban commander would be so totally foreign to all the usages of civilized warfare that the authorities here are reluctant to believe the report and should it be coaiirmed jt would bring- about a total change in the relations between the Am...

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. — 23 July 1898

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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. — 23 July 1898

v 01 ft m CHURCHES No Preaching at Five MSiem ToMorrow Sunday School at the Usual at all of Them Sunday7iSclioolsf c t Mctnomst yby ev P m School and church i 18 V iv I raornihg as tne pastor kcv C Epworth PERSONAL GOSSIP ZTw Tnntfle f t ill l UU1WO V Lto jr Mr Nick ire today A S v Regular services at the Christian Kchurch to morrow morning at 1045 conducted bv Jos Armstead u ingtothc absence of the regular pastor there will be no church ser vice nt mVht The Christian En deavor society will meet promptly 1 71C m tav iiJ j th Tlierere will be no pr6aching at to morrow I w Tf V - Pincrjs in Bowling f Green there will1 be preaching at 8 p but m DuvalL Sunday League at JL At the Ninth street Presbyterian Ihurch there will be preaching to-morrow morning at 1045 At the asylum in the afternoon and no service at night Sabbath school pt 930 a m Young peoples socie ty at 715 p m Regular service at Grace Episco pal church conducted by Rev Car eer the rectory v RevTC Hi Nash Baptist Rev M B ieY...

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. — 25 July 1898

oiiwiiii Q Kmto i a ipttian I he 1 laitu it 111 Lf a WEEK - W mr lllHMllHMi P mifaammmMamiimmmsssf - yDi no 7tr hopkinsville ky Monday Y2 A T T T HP BXPELLl ftJmFWm A m m j ji4 ii Not With The Captain f MM I The of the Seiuica Officers at Siboney To Blame For Negligence New York July 25 Special Jean nette Jennings a nurse on the Senaca makes a statement concerning the alleged negligence of the officers in caring for the wounded She says the ships captain was not to blame nor responsible for the over crowded condition Qthe boats The fault was with the officers at Silponey She alleges that the Senaca was not inspected before the wounded were or dered 0dard Says they were transferred ithoutclothing except the night clothes they wpre No provision whatever was v fiV made to clothe them They were placed in ill smelled cattle pens and it is a miracle that none died ui KiKi Sri i iSv WAtswiiMrfi 1 ft Reasons Eor the Postponement New Yorkp July 25 Special The Heralds Washington dispatch says...

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. — 25 July 1898

A W I i m txi W1 4r l TiiMP Hffif fc ft Wi 1 ttkM KJWW X U1 iffli BS1 i i wp Wf - DEMOjOHATIO TICKET iK FOR CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN OF UNION COUNTY There are no snakes in Porto Rico It is sttlhunsettled whetherornot the Garcia letter is a fake -v ipewey is a member of the Epis copal church i Few are in favor of a short war Hobson started back as soon as he delivered his reports at the De partments Tlie departure of Gen Brooke leaves Gen Wade in command at Chickamauga Gen Garcia is not the ilrst great man whose letters had to be writ ten by a newspaper reporter Two of the Chickamauga soldiers died Saturday One was from Wis consin and the other from Pennsyl vania They had typhoid fever War was declared three months ago to day If Havana had been promptly attacked at the opening bfhostilities the war would have been over by now The Second Kentucky regiment was the first to reach Chickamauga but it will be the last to leave The race is not always to the swift nor the battle to the strong ...

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. — 25 July 1898

BASBOALL 81BCIALr t HIT SHKDULK FOR TO DAY Sti Ifouia at LoujisviHc i Boston at Brooklyn w U J RKSUEW OP YliSTEltDAYa oamks Claciiitikti 6 Pittsburg 55 Ml CluW tfelWon Lost PO CincmmatllLiM57 28 671 Baltimore t 47 cw X0A 4 Chicago 46 29 31 32 37 40 fo PliitadeYritfia i 38 t 40 Brooklyn--- 32 47 646 622 595 543 535 518 487 405 WMhiiigtotw it 32 J52 mi 381 29 55 345 JkWX A - - t St Louis 24 62 279 Baltimore at New York Washington atPhiladelphiaj Cincinnati at Pittsburg Hopkinsville Produce Jlarkct flash prices paid by Hopkinsvillo rqerohants Bacon finms country i 810o Shotildbra 1 4 J5 Jo Sldoa Lard i 67g CduntryProduce - t Butter lMlGc Egga 7c NWfettthera 2528c Beeswax 18g21c Tallow U2Jc GlSsong per lb S2225 TMb wathod yvoql i 26o Greabd 1318o Poultry- Y chickona livo per doz150l80 iiooitors j iv J I 2o drain 51pvorpoybu8hel V - 3 Corn 4Bc meaJtVtvf gtc Corn shelled 1 60c Livestock l Hogs 3V25 Shoep 250800 Cattle 250350 Calvea 300325 Lambs 00425 Hidea aud Fura Groeri hidea 67o Groon ...

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. — 25 July 1898

m v ft YV V m 3 f m i i fts B fin W I 5 1 5 I 1 fT i 3 ft v N 1 - PJ fc Xtf SHMV ft AM F liM fL WWiP TOf - - M f l 4 i C rTsTTTB SHOT IN THE BACK Once More the Festival Tmjcdy Coats to the Front fc Lewis Gee Brought Down by a Bullet FromTa 7f bwrsiFop i After a vacation of two or three Wweeks the business Of shedding jjblood at cullud festibuls was gaumed Saturday night at the col v orejthurch near Pee Dee f A festival was given for - JTit oft the church During the eve- JpingWc attentions of Lewis Gee to fone of the sister who happened to rWnmirried woman aroused the jealoJiRy of Norval Elliott the band in the case No open quarrel Joolc place but Elliott kept a close watch on his wife during the eve- mingand wnen sne ie at iuc hour Gee was still in her company TTiiinff ofnfinnpcl himself at a conveneinent point by the road they v vere to pass and when the couple f cameuphe stepped out and open fire on Gee with a pisjtol The first shot took effect in Gees bclc as he it entered was ta...

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. — 26 July 1898

k ft- UiftiA - ii iiiiinjfc RGad The DailyXefltuckian 10 Cti a Week t V0L 4T0 77- IN 74 CARS The Third Kentucky Boys Will Travel I HojiqMu ftjbe Fortified Geo Miles Has Reached Porto Rico Ready to Land Chattanooga July 26 2 p m Special The Third Brigade tinder G en Grant in which are a number of Hopkinsville boys leases this afternoon for Newport News The first Brigade of Second Division is ex pected to leave soon after Miama Fla July 26 Special There are seven hundred and fifty sick soldiers here sixty seven of whom have typhoid fever and half of the remainder are down with unde termined fever While the situation is very tinpleasant no grave apprehension is felt Chickamauga Park Ga July 26 Special The expected move ment of theThird Brigade First Division First Corps did not take place yesterday As it looks to day the First Kentucky will get out this afternoon and the Fifth Illinois and Third Kentucky will break camp Wednesday morning the former going out first This brigade will go ...

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. — 26 July 1898

4 4 Tffl t 1 i U v i J j t H Cf u m aa rB t J I fltmh ig2 it AtiMHSK tatt u JiB from Manila to Madrid that grave events are impending Dont make it a grave event Take them out to sea and bury them The reported attack of Gen Gar clas men on a troop of Spaniards coming in to surrender is officially denied by Gen Shafter The story was a pure fake It is reported from White Sulphur Springs that Mrs Marie Ransom a Louisville widow of the 400 set will shortly be married to Baron Yon Norde an Austrian nobleman of 60 years A message drawn up at Madrid it is said will ask for an armistice to talk about terms of peace Spain evidently wants to cry nough be fore we capture and occupy Manila and San Juan The German Holleben Ambassador Mr Von has called upon President McKinley with a person al message from the Kaiser that was very gratifying to the Pres ident It was the most important event of the month in war matters The Spanish judicial officers of Santiago who have been retained in office have n...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 26 July 1898

pQSTtDlSPATCM WAR NOTES j To die is tho regular thing with the rtgular ThovoJuntoor looks only to a temporary risk Spiu for SpauiKrcU id aooU polfcj The UDittis States Jabout to approve of It by BelidinjfSpanlanlH back to Spain t Sktttkffe hanWrfdjpu ft boom tho llluftof which- aim MfcVer BiUv buforu MaMtia will horuufterbo an unknown word thre TTliijfgiirpoctwill mv tako ft froah v ptr5t 0oUbtlo39 u thousand bales of iieijoein9 afo already on tho way to unhappy nowapapor editors Mifouri is more or loss unhappy bectkujuo tJlisaoUri rpgimont mareh ed into Santiago Our boys have not shad hilfa chanco in tho rmr Tho sacking of Santiago by tho Spaniards boforo its surrender was something to bo expected It would hdva been uuspaniBh had thoy done loss TJiq foolish popUlaco of Madrid has comtUUecL itaelf a bpnrd of strategy andit finds an easy rask iu criticising boththo army and navy of Spain Diodorichs would belter be looking up aometrustworthy hair restorative Milan to be scooting about...

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. — 26 July 1898

IX m uw 1 K l Sli ill m ton Ejpi TtjrJi immmL M IV SLASHED HIS ARM Ed White Attacks Clinton Boilcs fi With a Knife A flash Xfc K Nine Inches Long Laid Open In His Right Arm JO Not Dangerous A cutting affray occurred at 215 oclock on South Main street near Tenth the participants being two colored boys named Clinton Boales and Edwin White White went up to Boales and be gan what appeared to be a scuflle a species of disorder on the streets that has become entirely too com mon in that part of the city Crowds of colored boys obstruct the side walks playing and pushing each other about to the great annoyance of the merchants The affair this afternoon is one of the fruits of this idling on the streets When White took hold of Boales the latter protested and after tell ing him repeatedly to turn loose finally struck White with his fist Quick as a flash White struck with an open knife in his hand and the blade descended on the right arm ol Boales His coat and shirt were cut open and a gash ni...

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. — 27 July 1898

ls i n OEfT WO 78 hi i ij IMILES Missed i San Juan 80 Miles In Landing A Mouotain Range Between Him And The Enemy Madrid July 27 Special It is report ed here that the government will protest to the Powers against the Americans landing troops in Porto Rico after Spain has sued for peace Machias Will Show Fight San Juan Will Not Surrender t Madrid July 27 Special Gen -Miles landing- is officially ad mitted Capt Gen Macias has cabled Minister of War Correa The enemy disembarked at Guanica at 8 oclock this morning- a considerable forceofartillery seizing- the village and those of our troops vho few in number opened fire We lost an officer andthreemen were wounded Our forces are taking- a position to resist advance fore Reports Filed - sv About the Battle With Cervera Washington July 27 Special The Navy Department this morn ing madp ptibljc the report of Capt Chad wick of the flagship New York Caph Taylor of the Indiana Capt Philip of the Texas and Lieut Wainwright of the Gloucester on 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. — 27 July 1898

It H MttBjk V J i wytiiSt fc Jill I fl fl 1 J2W PPIMHi if J I ilil i MjmrTii bifclt TflMMMKaSOSW ji u VB The Glasgow News says Judge B h D Guffy of the Court of Ap peals is a prospective candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor Hobson has been assigned the task of saving the Christobal Colon and if he succeeds it may be Capt Hobson of the Christopher Colum bus The latest report from Manila is that Japan is strengthening her squadron in the Philippines and stands ready to co operate with England and America if interna tional complications arise There are rumors at Washing ton that Schley may succeed Samp son in Cuban waters as the com mander of the combined squadron If left to a popular vote the change would be quickly made The Bowling Green Times make a column defense of Maj E B Stahlman for charging the Metho dist Book Concern 100000 to lobby its claim of 300000 through Con gress Commissioner George is complain ing bitterly of the way the prison pie was cut He says Rich...

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. — 27 July 1898

H fWfVJWraTH 4tMMMMUmMMMrillMlfa llllilllMIHWMllll A VlrffldU Rpr Mtf rhI3anvtfeVfc Register l In Jt bitter mood It says that a great deal of money is needed to run a newspaper in these daysy owing to the expense of gathering War awa and that the cost o get tiac the Register haa increased over 33 per cent in ttaepabt four months the Associated1 Press as- sesmneiuis uiuue uiiuj unuoiu I Ac Vllitr1itnr flu lint- letin This additional expense COines at a time vhen advertising in Virginia is dull The number Of readers says the Register has been very largely increased but the Vast majority of them arc deadbcat readers Who are anxious to i read war news and are our Dcvcreat critics but they arc news paper borrowers deadbeats who systematically borrow the news paper to the annoyance of their neighbors and to the injury of tin Register We contend that it is no more honest UTbotrow your neigh bors newspaper than it is to bor row his chickens At any rate we are getting very tired of furnishin...

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. — 27 July 1898

11 Tl I I r T I 1 V lJ L 1 9S t fj W J7v a ii ii 1 1 i W i - 8X II h i X i I J aKriTasaiiiL j MISSMOORERECEIVES TIieMost Largely Attended So- Vdl Aifair of the Month Informal In Its Arrangements But Highly Enjoyable In All Its Details The reception given by Miss Belle Moore last evening at her commo dious home on 16th street was with- putdoubt one Dick Kitchen Jim Moore Mit Gant Fran Rives Charles Graves of -the pleasantest events of the summer season in Hopkinsville society Jtwas an informal negligee re ception the cards stating that the guests were not expected to wear evening dress Many of the young ladies were attired in lawns and shirt waists and the young gentle men likewise left theirevening suits athome but the affair was brilliant nevertheless and elegant in the hospitality extended to the many guests The charming hostess Miss Belle Moore was assisted in the duties of receiving by Misses Edith Boul ware Madge Fairleigh Mary Moore and Francis Coulter of Cali fornia the guest...

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