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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 28 July 1898

I o w in in ii ylm Read TH QailyKentuG ISCti a Wc vv f - B V SEHEKAL BROOKS o A 5000 V if Men Under Gen Brooke Set Sail Tojlaj The President Will Hear From Dewey Before Answering v Washington July 28 Special It was stated attlfe War Department at 11 oclock K tnat u enerai jsrooe sailed from Newport News for Porto Rico this morning It is be lieved he has about 5000 troops The President in or der to get all the light possible on the Philip 1 pine question has car bled Admiral Dewey tor tne material mm tary and political con- ditldifs at Manila The State Department denies rbhareportthat Spain has asked a sation of hostilities next Sunday xnap Saglstabroachedpeace negofciAiqiieeral - - i Mr i v n days ago The first otticiai nofwiecige 01 pe0cewas the effort Tuesday last from the 4 AJ4 French Ambassador Olpn July 28 Special Columbias position in the Oerrtrti case is getting serious Three Italian warships are in front of Car tagena one here and other atBuenaTentiira The Italian Admiral ha...

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. — 28 July 1898

1i j d f jftfSB tf Ml ji 1 I - JL fc fira imtv of ill fret r iW 7 W III Wm 9mmu ing laughed at Xtfoe gatlj ftentueftian Publfthcd every ereiilnp except Sunday by OKAS M M3SAOKAK 213 8 MaiH Per 8 Months in Advance 100- DEMOCRATIC TICKET n F0R CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN v v UNtON COUNTY King Alphonso has the measles Perhaps Cervera could give him some pointers on how to break outc 1 The war is as irood ad over When a whipped man yells enough flighting must stop or tne by standers interfere titg i tThe Louisville Times calls atten tion to the fact that on the very day the Kentucky boys started to the front Spain sued for peace Gen Miles missed San Juan but afeastlandedon Spanish territory But if he shoots as wide of the mark as he sails the Dons are in no danger j it is said champagne is used in treating yellow fever This may explain why the hospitals at Si boney are crowded with mild cVses Capt F J Hardin of Owen county will be Settles Republican opponent The Captains fame has heretofore ...

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. — 28 July 1898

IP A vf PrlA MntlOV Sjiue of tho eiillorffftri already up f tfmif nrlzi niotlbV much to ft ib anuoy anco of tho Havy Depart meat Duriug tiro last law My afral attorneys have otilled in ilio hi MrMt of crWiu mBniUtjffiWStfpPOiia hut iin WuirY ittf discovered k tUt they baTuiSBby tho wives II or dtW rliitivod ofTlioao entitled to tnia rawaru ui tiuui pt wiw it bs btcn dlaeloBdil Ibut tho n ppticiititA arsJiKiiwd pf iunda uud hope to ob tain tidjk from thisbonrce It wilt bo a leflog tfnie however before there will Beny prizo to distribute Tho proceeds of tho sale of tho prizes captured by tho Cuban fleot lift vo been deposited to tho credit of tho secretary of thfe navy nnd whon tho war is over the money will bo apportioned among the officers nnd mou according to tho prdyfsiona of law ono twentieth to tho commanding officer of the fleet one fifth tollie commanding efficer of tho division of tho fleet f 1 in every 1 000 to tho osiptain of tjio ship and the rornaindor among the ollicersa...

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. — 28 July 1898

i i Ji1J M -2 ia m iltov UIFfl M m A The i A J yk vjK Subject of Prof Willis Morning Discussion Interesting Program for the Lee- ture This Evening at the Christian Church The Teachers Institute this morriinp proved to be most inter esting sessions of the week After the formal opening- exer cises the subject of Psychology was taken up and discusBed by Prof Willis He took the question of Memory as hits principal theme and treated it from the standpoint of the various subdivisions of acquisi tion retention recollection etc The rest of the hour was occu pied in discussing- Imagination showing the action of the mind and its uses in that direction Prof Willis is becoming more popular every day as a speaker He has a happy way of elucidating his subjects with illustrations and interspersing his remarks with an ecdotes Even when he treats of dry subjects he is a very entertain ing speaker At 10 oclock the subject of Geog raphy was taken up To discussion Prof John Sollee opened the dis cussio...

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. — 29 July 1898

F VOL IT HQ 80 wirTvTjyi O i PRICE Of Spa V ins One Hundred - if Days of War Badly Whipped She Is Anx ious to Quit at Once Washington July 29 Special The terms which the United States Government will find acceptable as a basis of peace are being- re duced to form by Secretary Day the president having1 reached a con clusion on their outlines The terms to be insisted on by the United States are believed to be as heretofore outlined a complete surrender of Cuba and Porto Rico and a coaling- station in the Philippines The an swer will probably be given to Spain to morrow From advices received yesterday the President feels confident that Spain will accept the terms to be proposed Madrid dispatches of London papers indicate that the Spanish peo ple are indifferent to the terms so long1 as Spain is allowed to have the Philippines and is not compelled to pay an indemnity Marshal Mar tinez Campos and Gen Azcarrago have issued declarations in favor of immediate peace and the MadridStock Excha...

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. — 29 July 1898

1 tr t U jjtkiLitoi mm MvmytomttttMmmM pointed postmaster at Santiago urif fSteiim minervision of military authorities That pretty romance about Lieut Hobson turned out to be a very or dinary newspaper fake He is BHiffoarf whole and fancy free T V21j The oldest British subject Robt Taylor of Ireland has just died at the aire of 130 years according his claim He was known 119 to Gen Miles break in landing at the wrong end of Porto Rico seerhs to have been a fortunate mistake rafter all He captured Porto Rico and raised the Ameri cWflagat Guanica a full day be fore Spain sued for peace The Hawaiians learned of their annexation on the 13th The news was taken by the Coptic and Presi dent Dole was with the rest of the population on the wharf to learn the glad tidings Capt Sealby of the Coptic was presented with a silver cup for the information he imparted Capt Philip of the Texas in bi formal report does not name any ofthe officers of his ship He in cluded them all in the sentence The bea...

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. — 29 July 1898

1 - h TlMt Hen iMIia LIuM ihiiuMti viiitoiim J aihj jtivM5 n v a to adoseso fatttfl the Milltot tut W prodiiclioiT is concerned anil aooii When will be callettupfn Li W tfta fat There la PfofVheii laying- on tb m lich fcltfkfcn she is WcWucdg eggs in rg numbers any more than there of a Jersey laying- on fat when she la infull flow of milk But When fthe hen has ceased to lay and is taking- hei summers rest is the time when feed will make too much fat Corn and corn meal with oats may be fed during- the spring- months aU right but in the nionths to come theMicnwili make a use of that kind of food that will unfit her for summer work The avcrag e far mer lets the hens run to the crib A good lot of eggs may be com ing in bitt if the hens arc still per mitted to live in the corn crib they will change their methods It is very common to hear a far mer say that -lie gets fewer eggs than any man in the neighborhood and he has fatter hens than any- body This is on a par with the man who sold a ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 29 July 1898

- VI a i i 4 i - VNj - i n - h tJ iii w k s n X 4 ia yw i S K X y tin l i n y ili t iJJKJf w I nj Mii SK a i bM rfF THE LAST BAY The Teachers Institute Will Adjourn This Afternoon ProfwWilHs Lecture on Hental j wjf to Influences a Rare Treat 4 Last Night Prof WiUis lectured at tian church last night in accord ance with the announcement in yes terdays Kentuckian A large crowd heard him and he impressed most favorably all who were there The Institute entered upon its last day this morning and the pub lished program was carried out The principal discussion of the morning was on United States His tory This was opened by Prof X W Guthrie and participated in by Prof Jas M Calvin and Misses Nora Williamson and Minnie Ste venson At 11 oclock Mr L McCartney of the Hopkinsville Public Schools discussed the subject of School Management with special refer ence to graded schools The institute will close this after noon after finishing this program lti5 a Roll Call b Music c Announcements 1 30 fS...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 30 July 1898

Readjhe iaipcklaii i JtfrWek f VOLfT IOJjBl 1 a AN Wia f w HT- 9b A V 1 1 c 44lV Reached by Gen Ier ritt Last Monday Significant Statement About Needing More Troops Washington July 30 Special The fol io wing report lias been received fron Gen Merritt by dispatch boat via HongKong Chiiia - -- Qaviie July 25 Arrived- here to day aboiiihoon The health of my command is good She remainder of the fleet is four days in the rear All troops assigned me will prob ably be needed MERRITT t i One Will Be Raised- X iU The Maria Teresa all Right Washington Juljr30r Spccial A dispatch received irom Ad miral Sainpson this ffibrningat the Navy Department saying1 that the ilMWi v iAIMl V 1 - I imv i Cubans Capture a Town t ARMORED CRUISER INFANTA MARIA TERESA Tho Infanta Maria Torosa is bo much liko tho Vizoaya and Almiranta Oqnoudo tbufe it la unnecessary to dosoribo hor Like hor niHtor ships slio is a powarfal fighting maohino in proper hands She is ono of tho favorite vossoln 1 with tho Spanlah pop...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 30 July 1898

S9l Bjjm6jtMitBUttMUitiiAiMtmMMi0lMIUf1 r ff r i Ml 6 itfj W t ia 1 j Publahcd otcry cvcnta except Sunday by OXA M KXA9KAX SIS S Xla DEMOCRATIC TICKET TyOR CONGRESS HI2NRY D ALLEN j OF UNION COUNTY Bismarcfc is much improved and is nowSablc to sit up Thejordcr sending Lieut Desha Breckenridge to Santiago has been rev j f OKCU The British steamship Adulp captured by the Marbleheadj has been held to be a lawful prize A Nebraska man with nine wives has been caught on the fly while trying to make a home run with number nine Mr G W Reeves of Ballard county has accepted the Populist nomination for Congress in the First district The Pacific cable will soon con nect the United States with Hawaii the Philippines and China It will cost 10000000 to complete the work Carl Anderson a seaman on the Brooklyn was killed by the ex plosion of a Spanish shell upon which he was hammering in an ef fort to separate the shell and car tridge Senator Deboe has come out in a statement urging the Republicans ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 30 July 1898

o W8fii HWHBBP WAS MISREPRESENTED 3 Culvf Defended At hjtou ii Waf peparltgeat CulWr vopqiiisjh Tf i uofffcials ist Col HON jg volun J ieer tegimedFtjJJcamauja m tattoa Itis reported from Chlcka oiauga that because this regiment a turned back from the Porto Rican eatpUion many mdti had dcsagtlTthe hiorale of the regiment ladeendestfoyed andthe failure to secure active service had been charged Up toftlie secret work of Col Culver to keep it from going to the front It is said at the depart ment that as a mattendf fact the Colonel has done all in hispdver to maet the demands of the regiment in tliat respect butt ha been a victim of circumstances 6vci which he hadncohtrol fS After the Fifth Illinois had been Ordered to Porto Rico a delegation of tndiana people waited on the President and pointed to the fact that althougli there were three In- Mttiana regiments fully equipped and ready for service none had been ordered to the front It happened that oj xthrtijc Illinois regnnents availabe...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 30 July 1898

ijF M i 81 1 1 - -it r m -Hi ill W da VJ7 W W m WwWM MTuwiiijM i jfmMm A uitimmUMiwmi ti i m J RESOLUTIONS Adopted by the Ceunty Teach ers Institute The Institute Adjourned Last Eve ning After a Successful Meeting The Teachers Institute adjourning Friday evening- ed these resolutions before adopt- Resolved 1 That the teachers of this county endorse the citizens ofHopkinsville in their efforts to secure the Southern Normal School and Business College 2 That we commend the act of State Supt Davidson by which he prevented the schools of the city of Louisville from using money that rightly belongs to thepublicschools of the State at large and thereby increasing the per capita 3 That we respectfully ask the County Superintendent to hold the institute for the year 1899 in Sep tember or October 4 That in order to increase our enthusiasm and to create more in terest in the work we obligate our selves to attend the meeting of the County Association during the pres ent school year 5 That sinc...

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

hSa r 1 mi in nff v h 1 wVITlie inaiti EtitiicMaii M da a Week f WW - w r I KW MITE DID IT Afed QirJ Lows An Arm From an Exptosion film the -freight Hamilton O August of this city aged 19 topk a novel Way to enter the army at XL Thomas Young Bock was shy eight pounds avoirdupois to come ukto the required weight and remembering the old adage a pihtjs a pound the world around swall6wed a gallon of water before taking his examination The scheme wprked and Bock is npw a full fledged soldier TOM ATKINSON - to Die Rather Thax to Live in Clurksvllle Thomas Walton Atkinson com mitted auicide at his home in Clarksviile Saturday- night by placing arevolyerbehind his right ear and sending a bullet into the brain He was a member of one of thety s mpst prominent families Atkfsspn was unmarried and was 58 years of age The only assign a blecause is despondency over not ikaving a permanent situation and inability td meet his obligations TRAGEDY AT PADUCAH Ar ftfjys Drowned In the River Near Paducah...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 1 August 1898

fr - A l fe i8 MM u f W W v ia u en kL ftfee 1 4T 4iWfe4tWMMhqi i o Mjtfjtfi Six colored Sergeants in the Ninth cavalry have been promoted y to Second lieutenants orgailkntry atSantiago They will bftamgcd to duty wth the two coloredr laqne regiments rriyM -1 - 0a Us lubl shed every cTcnlny except Sunday by The Democratic Congressional convention in the Ninth district will be held at Cynthiana on the 10th inst There are two active candidates for the nomination Waller Sharpe artd Jas N Ketibe Both are strong men and popular leaders and the party will not suf fer from the nomination of either The result is in doubt both claim ing the nomination with confidence The Alabama State election is in progress to day and the present State officers will be re elected with but little opposition The Demo cratic party is thoroughly reunited in that State some of the most prominent Palmer men of 18 mak ing speeches for the ticket this year The majority will be over whelming Fifteen Firpt Lieutenants...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 1 August 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. — 1 August 1898

pviw T AV i -- Fir ill H I MHI j r t La i 4 fc fa i COURT CULUNGS Business Transacted in County and Police Courts Local Option Election Colled In Lafayette jVIInor Fines In Both Courts In accordance with a petition filed as required by law Judge Cansler has called an election for the pose of taking1 the sense of the pco pleof Lafayette voting precinct on theisale of spirituous liquors in the precinct The question will be voted on October 3 between the hours of 7 a m and 4 p m Will Probated The will of the late Paschal Giles was admitted to probate to day He left his large estala to his wife Mrs Giles is named as ex ecutrixof the estate and also guar dian of their four children The in strument was dated Dec 19 1895 The estate is worth about 20000 i Administrator Appointed W A Cotton was appointed ad ministrator of the estate of Mary Knight deceased with J W Mor risas security Road Overseer Appointed J Mort Giles was appointed over seer of the Garrettsburg and Weav ers Store road this...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 2 August 1898

i tvwflPK kl tr Tatar jpfwudy r -VR uM Wed F t i 1 V J Sf nesday zt tt VtxMti isvilhvKys Aug Sped at Partly weather lo nlght VOL JH -NO 83 - 3e Z3aS TUK MOKTERET o bJ SP We Set The Pace W i HOPKINSVILLE KX TUESDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 2 1898 TV PRICE 2 CENTS WF - i V MANILA Now On the Point of Starvation Situation Bad and Growin Worse Daily Manila via Hong Kong Aug 2 Special Tlie city of Manila is in a most precarious condition -Gaunt famine stalk abroad and the people fT LLr are in a state of utter wretch edness The cans have not yet at tacked the city G en Merritt is awaiting the arrival of the Mon terey now expected in about a week before beginning the assault or demanding Oapt G en Augustis surrender There are now nearly 12000 American troopsliere of whom 5000 are camping at Cavitei v1hev others are convenient to the city v The insurgents are becoming more and more threatening and thev are causing far more concern han the Spanish Spains Sad Financial Plight- Her Bonds Only Worth 37 ...

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

3 I 1 i HOT f i L f vie V r i I I 8 Wi Ik V sisii a 12 Mines placed by the Spaniards have been removed and the railroad between Ponce and Guauica is now in the hands of Americans who are operating it Tliere will be a general emigra tiohwith Porto Ricb as the object ivepofait as soon as peace is de clared All sorts of development companies are already being fora ged alkover the East CobColsons Fourth Kentucky Rogiment js notlikely tosee service Alt soldiers not intended tor armies of occupation- are quite likely to be mustered out of service in ten days i hk unci peucu is ucciareu It lssaid Capl Gen Augusti has jjoptified Admiral Dewey that he will f surrender Manila as soon as he can y do so honorably This is con- strued to mean that only a mere m n show of resistance will be made n Miss Marguerite Long the Sec retarys daughter who has been serving as a war nurse in the Brooklyn hospital has become worn out from overwork and will take a months rest Gen Jose Garcia is the Spanish com...

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

W L rr j IN y7 Mm w M n BASEBALL KSULT9 OP YESTERDAYS dAMESt Philadelphia 1 Cleveland 0 Jif - j j i inp Boston 41 St L ouis 6 HOW THEY STAM Clubs iBVoi bhicinnati tioston r Cleveland w I jjaitunorc v i wChicfAfi J573V 31 64 fPHtWf 45t FliilaUelpliia 42 I Brooklyn 33 Washington 31 32 5t Louis t 25 I o ti n imgfi pSost PC 2ISp29 082 ipf 34 013 50 34 595 50 4Q 550 47 40 540 44 500 42 500 52 388 50 350 58 - 355 07 260 SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY Boston at Louisville Baltimore at Chicago Tev Ypykfal Cincinnati Washington at Pittsburg Brooklyn at St Louis Cleveland at Philadelphia Hopkinsvillc Produce Harkct CaBh pricos pnid by HopkinBvillo merchants Bncon 810e ShquldorV i 4J5Je Sides 57c Lurd Country Pjroduco Butter v 12J15o Eggs i 7c Ney feathers - 2u28c Beeswax 1821c Tallow 2c s Ginseng per lb 2225 Honey 78e TubWashed wool 26c Greased 1318c Eoultry -- Y ehickonB live per dozSlB0180 Roosters 2c drain Clover per bushel 53 Corn 45c Wheat - 7 67e Corn shelled 50c Live Btock Hogs 3325 Sheep S2 5030...

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

J J I 1 V V i 1 1 n i PLEASANTLY ENTERTAINED By Mr and Tlrs lko Evening V Hart Last Mrs and Mrs Ike Hart enter taincd last evening1 in honor of their guests Misses Lillian Wolfe and Sclma Colin There were a number of very en tertaining features during the even ing Miss Wolfe who recites beauti fully rendered some very charming recitations Miss Lillian Glenn also read a choice selection Mrs Max Moayon who had charge of the muBic sang several very highly appreciated solos About 12 oclock an elegant spread concluded the entertainment and toasts were responded to by Messrs Joe Metz Max Mendel and others Those present were MISSES Lillian Glenn Ida Marks Nash ville Clara David Louisville Jen nie Samuels Knoxville Berdie Ilartfield Henderson Lillian Wolfe Cincinnati Selma Cohn Memphis Lena Glide Clarksvillc Sadie FrankelSettie Cohn Ilopkinsville Isa Klceman Daisy Kleeman Clarksvillc MESDAMES F Lipman M Lipstinc Max Moayon D Frankcl II M Frank el Clarksvillc MESSRS Jake Samuels L Lipman Max...

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