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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 3 August 1898

V s t0w V tytlwr forecast n frvitic Ky special Fair to rht and Thursday lef Thursday morn- i mg VOL 1 NO 84 Clung to Her Hubby yf Wn 1 -ft TfcE Dailp 3entucfcian -A u REPLY v Of Spain Is Momenta rily Expected Belief That the Terms Have c Been Accepted at Madrid Washington Aug 3 Special Although nothing has been received from Madrid ac cepting the peace proposal Spains answer is momentarily expected It is understood in official circles that the terms will be accepted and it is even intimated that the answer is in panxbons hands It is almost certain that the principal conditions will be agreed to and hostilities will cease at once A peace commission will be chosen to range the details San Juan for PeaceWar or No War San Juan Puerto Rico Aug 3 The opin ion is becoming stronger here daily that the best course for the Spanish Government to adopt would be to arrange for peace This city continues to be quiet although all of the batteries are kept manned constant ly in expectation of an att...

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. — 3 August 1898

mm mEm EsRES Lmfmr Mm X I 4 Zhc Sail ffcentucfetan 1 11 rem ft- VH 4 8 V n i If z 1 ft r I fcl i1 i 1 k a lublshcit ccry evenlnir cxcejt Suoday by OKAS C XXAOKAH 913 8 Mala DEMQCJKATIC TIOKET FOR CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN OF UNION COUNTY Dcwcvthad part of his liver re moved by a surgical operation sev eral years ago To day is the 100th day of the war and Spain could not choose a better time to quit Only fone mistake is so far chargeable to Dewey He brought Aguinaldo from Hong Kong and sicked him on the Spaniards Fifteen soldiers died at Santiago from July 17 to July 31 mobtofthem of fevers These do not include about the same number of deaths from yellow fever Greensboro Ala Lieut Hobsons home cast 237 votes Monday and 232 were for the Democratic ticket Hobson comes from the right sort of a town as shown by these figures Every colonel of regulars who went to Cuba with Gen Shatter has been killed or sent home disabled from sickness or wounds The vol unteer colonels have fared better than...

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. — 3 August 1898

v m 4H J s tat WEATHEN CHINEE Continued from Second TQm on alcohol U4 recesses protected byJro if screens 10 nnil Jollier place of 5gpul a China f 5than unlike tlie Indian doesnt e the American by yetting urnnic jA funeral procession was ob served passing1 the Htreets preceded by accompany beating- gongs and a retinue of mourners gaily attired laughing and chatting A visit to the public school found all the chil dren studying out loud in a sing Bong style The theatre is a fan tastically painted structure but lacking in elegance in the interior Our party were invited to scats on the stage where the performance was in progress but some of the more timid preferred seats on the floor We soon found that we were notrthc only ones so honored as any one coidd come on the stage at any stage of the performance and it was difficult to distinguish sometimes the actors from the spectators as they would mix indiscriminately There were no curtains to the stage The band sat on the rear of the stage...

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. — 3 August 1898

HBtfMlM m I J i i I ft I J f I I m - i 1 Vf MB I i It i B ill ry m f KHIIily And Other Court Matters of Inter est to the Public On motion of Edgar Bradshaw Messrs TC P Rives Thos Garnet niiuVWitislon Henry were appointed appraisers of the personal estate oflhe late Otis Dradahaw They will make a report to the County Court li B Johnson was to day ap pointed overseer of the Kirkmans ville and Fairvicw road from Fair view to Todd county line some miles west of Fairview Edgar Bradshaw qualified as ex ecutor of the estate of Gus Brad shaw deceased with Win M Bradshaw W D Harrison B F Bradshaw Hatlie II Buchanan J M Buchanan and Bettie Harrison as sureties The bond was ap proved and accepted AliSS CORA MORRIS Daughter of Mr R P Morris Married fir Shutes Mr C B Shutes and Miss Cora Morris were united in marriage Sunday at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs R P Mor ris Sunday afternoon Rev Crow officiating says the Madison ville Mail Mr Shutes is the local man ager of the Cumberland ...

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. — 4 August 1898

i HE i jrn ilBHHt 9H1 JF Mi mjttfifc A 5 Wither Focsts S fe rfibvlilc tfy Aug Special Fair to- Ig bt and Friday Warunir Fnday VOL 1 NO 85 I V Wc Set The Pace FORTY Deaths Every Day at Santiago Have the Real Facts Been Kept Back By Shatter Santiago Cuba Aug 4 Spacial The condition of affairs here is growing worse and worse The daily death record is now forty and in addition to yellow fever there is an epidemic of dysentery and malarial fevers -There are now more than 4200 sick soldiers in the hospitals and the deaths among the soldiers are ten or fifteen a day Santiago Aug 4 Special Gen Ames has sent the following cable to Washington The army is incapable because of sick ness to march anywhere except to the trans ports Secretary Alger has ordered G en Shatter to move his army into the interior to the hills of San Luis where it is healthier There is a great deal of sickness amongst the troops and it is increasing every day Kentucky Troops Embark and Start For Porto Rico Newport News V...

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. — 4 August 1898

ffl Bl t8t DEMOCRATIC TICKET 5 fi Vi t t 1 7 - IBS tt IM a -V w Zhc ail flfcetttucktan luWhed orcry oVenlntf except Uimday by OXA X KXACltMC 818 8 Main FOR CONGRESS J HENRY D ALLEN tfc UNION COUNTY v One of the questions left unset tled will be Who starved the Cu bans The three silver parties of the Sixth Iowa district have nominated Gen J B Weaver for Congress Preparations are being made to receive the Spanish court at Vienna in the event of a revolution at Mad rid growing out of the present war And so Gen Lee is to lead the army of occupation into Havana It is to hoped Gen Blanco will have time to see him when he calls next time If Spain is to pay the cost of the war let us stop the stamp tax bur dens as soon as the treaty issigned We have had enough war taxes in time of peace When diplomatic relations are resumed let us have Cervcra for Spanish Ambassador He is al ready here and is the most popular Spaniard on this side of the ocean With Admiral Diederichs pre senting us with bee...

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. — 4 August 1898

1 P MIH w 1 SBf BHr jimp rsr H f T i kVJ STOLE A HEN e Jury Cllves Him One Year hi the Penitentiary g case that has cauged jnuch in- tercet and amusement Jatnong the lawyers of the Gallatirfi Tcnn bar t And the court juryVand spectators waa that of the State against Jim uumm w mtpi ftthe larceny of an old black ShanJien the properly of Hon T ti - MuiiiKcn on tne nrsi uay 01 lasi lid V 1 MMtl lit tifltfnnlnitilnlt llltltl I tilt tMJ J Turner representing the iendant and T C Mullikcn the black hen The indictment placed the value of the hen at 25 cents but the prosecutor Mr Mullikcn claim ed that she was invaluable on ac count of being the only Langshan hen that laid hatched and raised full blooded Plymouth Kock chick- Vtens and so testified on the witness jstand On cross examination Mr Mullikcn admitted that his hen had been sick but still retained her value and that she laid from three to nine eggs per day all of which the jury believed and in their ver dict stated that the thief 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. — 4 August 1898

V I I f IT a s t i i 1 1 i II I ll tf h r to I t Ufc a r DECLINED TO LET HIM GO Mr Carter Will Remain as Pastor of Grace Church the The vestry of Grace Episcopal Church held a meeting at 5 oclock last evening and received the form al resignation of the Rector Rev R S Carter After discussing the matter the vestry requested Mr Carter to withdraw his resignation and re main in charge of the church and this was the outcome of the confer ence RIPPED HIS BELLOWS Act of Some Unknown Miscreant at Pembroke A large bellows belonging to L IS Tanks who operaces a black smith shop at Pembroke was cut to piece by same unknown party Tuesday night Mr Tonka locked up hu hhop about night and on returning to work yesterday morning found that his bellows had been ripped entire ly around with a knife or some other aharp instrument The party evidently crawled under the house and did the cutting through a crack In the lloor The bellows was as good as iijw and cost about twelve dollars tj MANY MATTERS OF N...

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. — 5 August 1898

in Mi ML4 H f V T IKJS1 iWyoii i NOJ86 jfMHMHHE Ik sUP 7 A- sin 1 v iB F m The Wthr LouUyMe KyM tf 5 Special ----Fair nnd warmcr to nigm uuu om1 wrday AGAIN ENTERTAIN A PIHsuit Social Event at Mr HaPHarts Last Night rMr andMrsvdke Hart and and Mrs Max Kowcnth il gave Mr a second cntertainmentto the visitors 1 jv irr the city last evening which added another pleasanrvht to the round of gaiety that liasnjivened Jewish society all of this wel The affair like all that these ho pUable enteilainers jjivej wat a very en joy able omS -01 FINE - Report From the Phil ippine Islands wguinaldo Is Getting Quite Friendly Again Manila via Hong Kong to Washington fira nfiniaL General President Dicta- f Sir tor Aguinaldo is becoming quite friendly ilaeain He has made overtures to Gen wyjm - ritt and wants to march his native troops vrrih o Amflvirfln rflonmeTita when the citv vfalls lie even offers to raise native troops to be commanded by American officers He is evidently thoroughly alarmed at the ...

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. — 5 August 1898

RUB ii i SJ 13 a i k ft i if V i V snf mm a mm ii Zhe 8ail ftentucfcian lubl theil every cveninur except Sunday by OKA SJ XXAOXAW B13 8 Main The applications for pensions on account of the Spanish war are al ready coming in with a rush but the applicants must take their places at the foot of a clash of 35 000 pension grabbers growing out of a war that occurred nearly forty years ago Collector Comingore of the Cov ington district ha discharged 18 Democratic storekeepers and gangers in alleged retaliation for the removal of Republican peniten tiary guards The men who were fired i are under civil service rules and have appealed to Washington The Democratic Convention in Texas turned down Congressman Bailey and defeated his plank in the platform declaring against ter ritorial expansion Texas was the wrong place to begin that sort of a contest But for the good Demo cratic doctrine of expansion Texas would now be outside of the Union Gen Shafters reports do not tell all of the troubles 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. — 5 August 1898

wf JJb Ar 13885 m THfi LATfrSTAYlNQ CALLER AbsolUtdy Forces Host Hastes Into Uttering Falsehoods mid ifcfcnd SUjhite innkea k call in tho MWniiU Couveratiou iblilho and FfbiM nad ropeated requests for hint remain jot a little while loud him St hII unwillingly to prolong hid kjWt He looks Ht hia watch with a fMp of geuiuo dismay and hurrieB f0twayifowly at laBt with profile npolo Ivfjimjtor kooning Ub up until Biich nn JMtgZmUU tnlr HI inilnnil tint rent j xuui vu vw i orusotflho ontiro for ubI Wo uovor think of going to rtlir rnnnn itnfil ml linur 111 for limn i t i n ti ti WUB J ricnu ptayiaio louora a uio wont aftor ho gotB outaido tho gate lath goes tho door bang wangl torn gotho shutters calling harshly to each other Thought that follow Tiovoc would go Bang why didnt lib stay all night Slam And tho lustl Tho darkness of tho dungeon sottloa down on tho houao tho family has gouo to bed having relieved ita mind by doors and shutters that aro ready to tell tho truth any time they ar...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 5 August 1898

wxm m X p II h - f - ti w o v MANY MATTERS OF NEWS Of More or Less Moment Carefully Compiled n For Our Local Readers V IF ANYTHING OF INTEREST has transpired you will FIND IT HERE NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS PROF C T K1RKPATRICK Now Principal at Dick White Col lege at Fayettvllle Tenn Prof C T Kirkpatjick former ly connected with the Hopkinsvillc Public Schools is now the princi pal at Dick White College at Fay ettevillc Tenn a co educational training1 school established nine years ago The next session will begin August 23rd The property is owneu ana coturoucu y uie Cumberland Presbyterian church in Fayetteville but the school is unsectarian The total number of pupils last year was 131 This positionwas offered to Prof Kirkpatrick before he left Hopkins villc but he had not formally ac cepted the place The Professors many friends in this city will note with pleasure his advancement in the profession he has adopted as his life work He is a young man of a high order of ability and scholorly ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 6 August 1898

j yu WmIW Louisville ky Aug 6 Social Partly oudy to day and to morrow Stationary tern perfclUre VOL 1 NO 87 ijum ArSKW 1inwm I ii ummarsammmssz int v w r 0 TakingHer Time to Answer x H iMk n l i i w spam is Mt in Any nurry Washington Aug3fcwSpccial Spainfi apparent delay ally accepting the termSTnroposcd by the United States as coiTdltloritffor ending the war ft cafwngSfeconcern to the officiate of the Administra tion The delay is in no BthUMmmexpected When the second note was rejenled to Ambassador Camboujon Wednesday in reply to the que of Unqujry aq to details the Ambassmior stfyed that several days wdttld flaPCtefor h final answer could be cpWtcd troin Spain b - i TTV Daity JentticKiatt u X - - SOPKINSVILLE KY SATURDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 6 1898 DONS ACCEPT Uncle Sams Terms End ing the Cruel The Spanish Cabinet L t The Suspense Has Been Broken by I MADRID Ang expected hasv iappened and Spains reply has been received accepting the American peace conditions The Cabinet is in session ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 6 August 1898

W a X b JI A 1 i i if r ft f n ft I f I K a Zhc SDail fcentucfcian 1ubUhed crery evening except Sunday by OKAS X KEAOXAX 313 U Main t i - v ii l M TdudMJAZlmumm mTVm IT I Delivered by carrier to all part o the city at 10 0XKT8 MX WBXX SXnMCRIFTZOK XATH JPeh Month in Advance 85 Pe Week 10 PerBMontus in Advance 100 Pkr Year in Advance iOO DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HENRY D ALLEN OP UNION COUNTY Col Roosevelt is in danger of shedding too much ink Gen Blanco lias suspended the sittings of the insular chamber at Havana It is not necessarily disrespect ful now Iq apeak of Spains measly little King The peace negotiations arc still hanging lire at Madrid unless something is done to day Madrid is having a very gay summer season and the prospect of peace has caused all securities to rise several points The Spanish soldiers at Santia go are eager to start back to Spain They keep day and night watch for the expected transports to take them home The real heroes of the war are the immunes who...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 6 August 1898

V- ft teJmStt MOTHER-IN-LAW Kr vtlops nnl for Kissing at a Wedding r JHteabethtown Ky Augv 6 icialMisB BarbanafHall iJSAjgherty Jof this placewaB nmr rtUat evening ttqMrfiv Thomas ftSin TIMViff hv Maoist rate utiince JVM - V Ci rJohhRftn in tli office of County Ifcowrt Clerk Wore a large and in- treated crowd - When tlic gallant Squire had freaChed the middle of the best cerc Imoay Mrs Laura Daughcrty Jwother to the bride made a rush for him threw herself upon his abreast and kissed him squarely in 5thc mouth Amid tdiouts and haugh tier the Magistrate thrust aside his embarrassment and concluded the ceremony Albert Hamilton a liveryman procured his best and handsomest carriage handed tnc happy couple rand tile newly made mother-in-law fett into its capacious depth While the carriage with its prancing bays was driven around the public square the newly made law espied Squire Johnson stand s ing on the court house steps gazing c in the distance with a far away l0okin his blue gray eyes...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 6 August 1898

ffin unl wBSk wf to V ii I ft J 4 MlMMMlMatMMHMBMXOM1 Mrs Geo Wilkins in this city this morning Mr Wilkins wife died only a few days ago and the child was scut lure to be raised by Mrs Wilkin it aunt I J rjb or r IT m J in lWMfcUlllmiH T HMMiHhSIBK3BiECTff2P37i iTFSTt S IMWt j jBBWfcK ir jmi a ii av narhar itt MANY MATTERS OF NEWS Of More or Less Moment Carefully CJompileft For Our Local Readers J - t Kt i IF ANYTHINO OF INTEREST HAS TRANSPIRED YOU WILL J FIND IT HERE NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS MR DAVE SOLINSKY Entertained by Mr and Mrs F Lipman Mr and Mrs F Lipman enter tained last evening1 in honor of their their nephew Mr Dave Solinsky of Nashville whom they had not seen for many years The affair was a most pleasant one and a royal time was spent by the large number of guests Miss Lillian Gleen assisted Mrs Lipman in the duties of hostess and her grace of manner and charming hos pitality added greatly to the pleas ure Klegant refreshments were serv ed consisting of a very elaborate me...

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. — 8 August 1898

ii t j iv J flp t LouUvllle Aug 8 Special Kain t njght and Tuesday i lVcUfiffi W3 lisphcre v 4BjtM5 r0L 1 -NO 88 GARCIA Is Still Threatening To Cause Trouble Gone Off To Consult With Gomez in Santa Clara f Santiago uuoa Aug Oi4 re u arcia nas ieic bins pruviuuo cwjlu ixo bxx uu v ioin G en Gomez in Santa Clara province He i is still very much disgruntled and the Cubans T L1 U1i intvil1 l TTTC1 Pd TCk ofOV may coil bin ue biien 5uuxixj wciuja au the peace with Spain has been concluded rJ - Secretary Day to Retire v The Presidents Ideas Discussed 4 Washington Aug 8--Special According to a close personal Vricnd of President McKinley the President expects the permanent possession of Manila and the island of Luzon by the United States to be one of the fruits of the war He is said on similar authority to expect the Cuban question to resolve itself into a protectorate with a view to ultimate annexation It is said to bi the intention of Secretary of State Day to retire from public office im...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 8 August 1898

HKH sam I I i o ube Dail funtuofciatt lublnlicil cvcr evening except Sunday by OKAS K XMAOXAM 118 B Mala DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONORESS HENRY D ALLEN OF UNION COUNTY TO DAILY SUBSCRIBERS The close of the war is at hand and our war daily will be discon tinued in a short while It has not been our intention tomake the daily a permanency for the reason that we personally prefer a branch of the newspaper business that is less cot fining and laborious We have other publications that require a portion of the time and attention bestowed upon the daily during the last three or four months We have however found it a pleasant and profitable experience during the war to publish a paper every day but will nevertheless drop the daily after this week unless there should be an unexpected prolonga tion of hostilities There will be no better opportunity than the pres ent for us to thank the hundreds of f fiends and patrons who have so generously helped us to make the daily a success It started out wi...

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. — 8 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. — 8 August 1898

Row mam w fmmgM ma t P i 11 f it i n t Ml P llr f 15 3S i i1 SUNDAY AT CERULEAN Another Big Crowd of Visitors Spent the Day IIppkinsville M D Gant M p Ipdrbes E M Plack and family EJ Boales Hugh Wood W E Ragsdale Jr and wife F WDab ncfy V L Gates W M Hancock and wife S C Mercer JrW R Wicks Mrs Elizabeth Wheeler Geo H Smith C A Thompson J ll Kugler and wife W E Howe Miss Lela Wicks Jno M Wicks Evansvimij Jni Geo Duokee Paiwcaii Kv J M Worten Hon Chay K Wheeler Mrs Chas K Wheeler Howkm Ky Stella Withers W L Terrell W R White and wife J B White and wife Kv C 13 Morgan Mrs W L Phillips Miss Mary C Morgan Waco Tux Mrs Geo Willing Roaring Springs Kv Thos Crenshaw Cadiz Ky Alfred Cunningham Jno 1 Shaw Geo Brandon B U Terry Miss Drifoos Mrs Mai Drifoos R A Burnett C E Jones F K Grasty Maypikld Ky Miss Willie Cart California T Billington CrARKSVirris Tbnn Mrs L Willis Mists LWillis Nasmvimk Tenn Vick Wil liams Esq Louisville Ky J W Owen Owsley Saunders WILL CELEBRATE The Colored People Prepa...

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