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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 9 August 1898

I MS 1 F H 7 Dl X L JR t JmtsvHle Kjr Aug Special - Rain -night andWedncsday rvPKbably clearing Wed- ifr4Uy afternoon THE m m sM Tbe Daily zntvthmt law fir at Uli II I ill U I sting -Three fi Gen loss 350 killed and 900 wounded Malate is half way between Cavite and Manila Gen Greens force numbers 4000 and his trenches extend from the beach 300 yards to the left flank of the insurgents Sunday was the insurgent feast day and their left flank withdrew leaving the Ameri can right exposed Companies A andE of the 10th Pen nsylvania and a battery were ordered to re inforce the right fland in a raging typhoon The enemys strength was estimated at 3000 men HOW IT WAS DONE They attempted to surprise the camp The pickets were driven in and the trendies assaulted J - 4 he lennsylvimans stood uieir ground ana tuc 1st California with two companies of the 4 thl and never was the di iv 3rd Artillery with rifles reinforced discipline of the regulars better demon strated than by the work of the 3rd Ar...

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. — 9 August 1898

V i 4 1 1a - V 1 lit f I 1 CfJ t 33 - lm ftbe ait Utenfuchian PubUhcd every evening except Sunday by OKAS M KXAOXAM 013 8 Kaln Ten day ago Spains aimwcr was momentarily expected It took StajruRta almost a lonjr to lot go as it took McKinley to take hold The 1000 -bottles of mineral wa ter offered by Germany might re Heve for njlimc the drouth at Mon tatilc Point when the army gets there Only two naval officers lost their lives ih a result of the war Capl Oridley at Manila and Lieut Uaglciy it Cardenas llagley was the only one killed in battle There will be no waiter any where near the camp at Montauk Long Island The government must mistake the army for a poli ticial convention The Peace Commission will con sist of live on each side and we may look out for some if not all of our old fiiemls Campos Wcyler Ie Lome Hernabe and Blanco on Spains side Spains answer was translated from Spanish into French and from French into English before it reach ed the President It should be ex amined v...

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. — 9 August 1898

b E VfciiP t Washington Phjliddphia VS rJ BASEBALL SPECIAL 4B8Ut O YKSTKROAYS JAMBS Cland 62 Washington Ap fruig 4 Now York 3 jjtt 63 Philadclplua 8 vijftE fflW aVonJBEost Cincinnati Boston Cleveland il 53 Nwtr 52 CWjnto 53 ttHtrg 50 Qrflsulelphiti 43 Brooklyn 36 Mutsvme m WsCShingtonr 32 fttV Louis r 2J 32 35 35 38 42 44 44 48 5G 01 59 70 f SCHEDULE FOH TO pAY PC 668 623 628 578 553 546 532 i473 392 371 -293 VPUilaaeiphia aiumcago Boston at Cincinnati Clevclandv at Hopkinsvilie Produce market Cash prices paid by Hopkiuaville merchnnts JBacou Bams country 810c Sliouldcrs 45c Sides 157c Lard 67c Country Produco Butter 12i15c gB 7c Now feathers 2528c Beeswax 1821c Tallow 2c Ginseng per lb r S2225 Honey - 7i8o Tub washed wool 26c Greased 1818o Poultry j - Ychickons liveper clozL50l80 BooBtors 2c dram Glover per bushel S3 Corn T 45o Wheat 65o Corn shelled 50c Livq stock Hogs 7 3325 Sheop 2G0300 v Cnltf b 250350 Calves S800825 LuiuJjb v L00425 Hidealaud Furs Green hides G7c I- Mjs crruon...

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. — 9 August 1898

i i V I Per Pehj was Sags UtcK Tl ter c lievc tank thor Oi Iric the T win Lor llUlf ticii 1 si si lCMll old Loi Sps fro Fr ecl air ch af th Sp dc a Ch Hi th th ei v of nv hi L in C A d O a li c r t H c 1 R Keith Km p i re Morelundt No 03 Miss Wood Mfc Jioiir No 64Miss njKfer Kelly IV J rWTI mi IIW III WHERE THEY TEACH The White Teachers of County Located V i SSiflfllliWTi y Helen Bcrt Qy N0 tUimjlfWH MC J b6A4i I t 1 the List of Schools to he Opened Next Month With Address of Teachers The following lint of county teach ers furnished by Miss McDaniel is coirect Numbers omitted are still vacant The district includ ing Ilopkinsville is not included in the list Names of Schools dis trict numbers and addresses of teachers are given Long No 1 R M Ray Crofton Kelly No 2 R A Cook Kelly Macedonia No 3 M A Brown Crofton Plcsteant Grove No 4 W W Tcague Crofton No 5 Lillie R Ray Johnsons Consolation No G Mrs Olive M Rogers Era East No 7 Miss Minnie Bra sher Larkin Cannon No 8 Miss Georgia Fruiv...

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. — 9 August 1898

b i t i WHERE THEY TEACH IV c Pfil yn ill tor lie tin th liv Or 11 tin vl L mi tn SI lo ol j Si fr F e a c u r f I tl S d a C t t t e V 0 n 1 l f II r t M v ff- The White Teachers of the County Located Honth With Address of Tcnchcrs The following list of county tcach crftC fiirnlsliud by Miss McDaniel is coirCct Numbers omitted arc still vacant The district includ ing jlldpkinsville is not included in the aist Names of Schools dis trict numbers and addresses of teachers aregiven Long No 1 R M Ray Crofton Kelly No 2R A Cook Kelly Macedonia No 3 M A Brown Crofton Pleasant Grove No 4 V W Tcague Crofton No 5 Lillic R Ray Johnsons Consolation No 6 Mrs Olive M Rogers Era East No 7 Miss Minnie Bra sher Larkin Cannon No 8 Miss Georgia Fruitllopkinsville Pleasant Green No 9 Miss Leila Diuguid Ilopkinsville Pembroke No 11 Misses Jennie West and Maggie Brown Pem broke Pisgah No 13 Miss Maud Blaine Sinking Fork West No 14 Miss Carrie M Brasher Crofton Foard No 10 Miss Ilcttie R Knight Church Hi...

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. — 10 August 1898

A r Th WrtW Louisville Ky Aug 30 Special Show ery Probably ftar Thursday j u V f 01 1 siKt N090 JfrinV Col Castlcman commanding trattHiJort Almo and the steamer u rj JL x 1v JL v Of Manila Is the Next Thing Expected General Attack Will Be Made This Week Washington August 10 Special The news of G en Francis V G reens victory at Malate was not a surprise The arrival of the Monterey and thurs troops put the Americans in position to make a general attack by land and sea that will result in the fall of the city - MwSn Americans wounded In a Brush at Guayama Washington Aug1 10 Special Companies A and C of the fourth Ohio volunteers narrowly escaped destruction in an ambuscade ear Guayama Monday afternoon The companies constituted a itcring party and the news of the attack created great alarm ama Keintorcements were rusneu to ine scene and tne men urnggcu a dynamite gun five miles The Spaniards could not face the dynamite v- shells and they fled in disorder after the first shot Six of 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. — 10 August 1898

iv IV i I viA V a ThWtHer f Louisville Ky 10 SpScttil Sh6V terji to-night-- Probably tm Thursday TW ML 1 NO te pvfr i1 y NewiortsNiW Vnf 1 i i -T no viniiiuiiiu 1 ufuiiVH wru in tuiumitDa Ol col uuiv U Of Manila Is the Next Thing Expected General Attack Will Be Made This Week Washington August The news of G en Francis V Greens victory at Malate was not a surprise The arrival of the Monterey and McAr thurs troops put the Americans in position to make a general attack by land and sea that will result in the fall of the city Six Americans Wounded In a Brush at Guayama Washington Aug 10rrSpecial Companies A and C of the Fourth Ohio volunteers narrowly escaped destruction in an ambuscade near Guayama Monday afternoon The companies constituted a recon noitering party and the news of the attack created great alarm atGuay araa Reinforceriiciits wejre rushed to the scene and the men dragged a dynamite gun five miles The Spaniards could not face the dynamite shells and they fled in disorder a...

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. — 10 August 1898

p M f t 4 r U r sP WH The List Ti ers is cc still ing the trict tone L K M Crol V Tcr N C M h she C Fr 1 Le 1 AVi br 1 Bl Hi Ki Sr tn K J The Owensboro Inquirer comes to the defense of Judge Givens of Henderson explaining that the Judge is not a Republican but a Democrat who votes the Republican ticket Chas W Metcalfe member of the Democratic Executive Committee from the Eleventh district being a candidate for Secretary of State has resigned and S R Dishman has been elected in his stead The four principal war events have occurred on Sunday as fol lows Battle at Manila Sunday May 1 naval battle of Santiago Sunday July 3 battle at Malate Sunday July 31 Spanish cabinet votes for peace Sunday August 7 The First District Democrats can engage in more different kinds of foolishness than any people on earth They are still wrangling in Mine papers over me way uuti uv Wheeler was nominated although lie had no opposition Gen Lyon Senator J M Thomas and the executor of Wilhite Carpen dcr deceas...

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. — 10 August 1898

if H I Kr DlPATCH SNAP SHOTS w d ii tin thnukftll to niorrotv U tor the St Louis Snturduy bnlf boll Jto barbarian policy ofHHtioxu ttoMttexing bHrbnrIttn8liU8 is it tal of nittkiugUuniHolf modol tfifcr Uuelo IgfbnB h Mf a menace rfT The Mouferoy Vui to rot urn to Hon olulu btwauso tho collier Brutus wiih disabled Et tu Brulol Aft all things aro coining our way sre is reason to suppose Lamarn h 1 uAuiAt Ihips will uo an oxcujjuuui The oxnortcoin soator just deHorvoa to porapiro for tho rest 6t his lifo in tho nearest penitentiary Possibly tho same buzzards that failed above tho Maine aro now hovor ing over Spanish cruisers at Santiago No nioro whisky should bo poured into tho Spanish sailors In a battle it is likoly to become diluted with sea water Every dudo is not a horo and cor tainly every horo is not a dudo Let up not got wrong in our dudo oeti lnatea t Gon Bacon instead of being sonl to Cuba whoro all sortB of bacon are in so much demand is kept inthoDo partmont of tho Lakes ho...

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. — 10 August 1898

5 h HZ n HOB rf fr HI Tl a 1 T1 1 i T I ct is si it tl t i fr k f DEPLORE HIS LOSS Christian County Hunting Club Takes Formal Action Death of Austin Peay Calls Forth r Eulogistic Resolutions Fully Deserved jAt the regular annual meeting1 of the Christian County Hunting Club field at the office of C P Jarrett Co in llopkinsville Ky on July 26th 1898 the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted Wiibreas It has pleased Al mighty God to take from our num ber our beloved friend and Jon Austin Peay to the happy hunting ground beyond the river therefore Resolvki That in the death of our companion that the club has Sustained a loss that js irreparable TJhat he was a man of upright character of unswerving truth and integrity that we can truthfully Vay that he was a Christian gentle man which is the highest enco mium that can be passed on man that we greatly deplore his separa tion from our midst -Austin Peay joined our hunting cjub in November 18G9 and from tjiattlme until...

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. — 11 August 1898

i The Wither fyouisvill Ky Aug Special f ally fair to night and L 1 NO 91 5 r jisfiGB toSSiley a w m j Without Delay Cambon Will Obey Before Washington Aug 11 Special Spain has been heard from in reply to the protocol Qftn troaftvrlQTriTi nf an nltiTnntnm Put Up or Shut Up Called Down By the Protocol Washington Aug 11 Special The protocol now in Spain s hands Hsks for the evacuation of Cuba and Porto Ilco and is in other respects conforms to the preliminary peace conditions imposed by this govern- inevfu Tint there in a noculiaritv nbiut the instrumttif If nnrtnlrosi nf S5 Wements nf an ultimatum and liv the muans n if Rnnln x a notified w that not Kf5itinric subject foreign to the propositions made bv the Presi dent will be JiMavvod to enter the deliberations of thaneniwrnmmiHKinnpru TsbV cvcrrtldnti ilLMiiinds iinon Snains answer JMiLre r not mw fiance in a hundftUhat bhc will decline to bow to the inevitable cfe - ri r i K1 fflpsonnowu rayonnsin SWashington ll Si4cTjl President h...

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. — 11 August 1898

V HZ ran in I JL i l p it 11 f K V i - yt w 4e - tbe C iVi v hJkv m 4 Montauk where the soldiers are going1 is a Long- Island seaside point It probably gets its name from the fact that money talks at such places The latest is that Fred Van Renscllaer the Owensboro post master is jointly accused with Franks in the matter of violating the civil service laws by getting1 up a political machine Italys ultimatum of twenty days to Colombia over the payment of the Cerruti claim expires August 13 at which time the Italian warships threaten to bombard Colon unless the claim has been paid The little townofClarendon Ark has been shaken from center to cir cumference by a tragedy in which seven lives were lost John T Orr was murdered at the instiga tion of his wife Saturday night Mb murder was quickly followed by the lynching1 of live negroes and the suicide of his wife New Albany Intl has a curfew law and it was tried for the ilrst time Tuesday night When the bell rang at 9 oclock the streets we...

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. — 11 August 1898

I VBU t HD r r d Sit Oty eland jW SPECIAL iTS OF YKSTKRDAY9 CAMES fon 70 Cincinnati 4 5r 5C s vvonit f M a Vtl 4kt nuw iui aiftti at vd5HT35 r v ij gW 35 039 W59 33 628 Baltimore MjV 52 New Yorkvl 52 CMcafcoj 53 Iclphia 43 Pooktyn 30 liouiavillp 30 Washington 32 t Louis 29 Iti G7Q -42 553 f44 540 t4 - 532 -48 473 50 392 6l 371 59 359 70 293 SCHEDULE FOR TO DAY Louisville at Washington Pittsbitrp at Baltimore Cleveland dt Boston Cincinnati at Brooklyn Chicago at New York St Louis at Philadelphia Hopkinsvlllc Produce Harket Cash pricoa paid by Hopkinaville merchants Bacon 810c ShouUlors 5 dJ5Jo Sides 57c Lard 67c Country Produce Butter 12J15o EggP u v7c New outliers 252Sc Beeswax 1821o Tal low 2 Jc Ginseng per lb T 2225 Honey 78c Tub washed wool 26c Greased 1318o Poultry Y chickonB live per ldfel50180 Aoostors 2c drain Clover poK bushel 8 Qprn 45c Wheat 65c Corn boiled 50c Live stock Hogs 3V25 Sheep 2G0800 Cittlev S2BO3B0 Calves 300325 v Lambs 100 125 Hides aud Furs Croon hides 67c Gr...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 11 August 1898

s - a in I i i h T h VI I if - - i wK HE WAS IN IT Lieut Radford Writes of His Experience at Santiago He Handled a Battery on the Tex as and Was In the Midst Of the Fight Lieut 6 S Radford of the Tex as under the date of July 27 wrote a h tlero his brother Mr J as A Radford from which the following extracts are taken lie was en route to New York where his ship now is Your letter of the 3rd received just as we were leaving Guantan amo and I was indeed delighted to hear from you all and very much gratified to know that the good cit izens of Hopkinsville and vicinity arc following the career of the Texas with so much interest and concern I sincerely trust that they may always iind her equal to their just ixpectations The Span ish officers seem to give us consid erable credit for accuracy of fire on the 3rd of July It appears from a statement by one of the Mafia Ter era officers that one of our shots cut their lire main and killed or disabled eighty men It is alfao conceded that a shot ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 12 August 1898

KT t j i jr tCHM i if Jt - 0 Mlj I ft I fl i I Til Wwittar uisVllle Ky Aug -- Special Fair ht and cooler Sat y morning 5 s y NO 92 a O FIGHT In Prospect For The Louisville Boys Sent to the Front to Reinforce General Schwan Ponce Porto Rico via Kingston August 12 Special G en Schwan met a force of Spaniards near Hermingueros Tuesday It consisted of about 1200 men A sharp en gagementfoUowed in which two privates of the llth infantry were killed Fifteen were wounded The Spanish loss was heavy Gen Schwan continued his advance and G en Miles is sending the recently arrived Kentucky -troops under Lieut Belknap to join him G en Roy Stones handful of men have not taken Arecibo nor have they entered Lares G en Henry is beyond the ridge on his way to Utuado to day and Gen Schwan will push on and meet him at Arecibo Qen Wilson is going on steadily and easi ly tolObonltoaSdGen Brooke is advancing slowly Confirmation of the News Given Exclusively Yesterday Washington 12 Special As announced by 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. — 12 August 1898

I M i v J At the suggestion of the United Slates the Italian government has telegraphed Admiral Candini to give the Colombia government eight months in which to pay the Cerruti claim Colsons Fourth Regiment has been ordered to move from Lexing ton to Jacksonville and report for duty under Gen Lee The idea is that they will be a parly of the army of occupation to be sent to Havana There have been ten deaths with in sixty hours from typhoid fever at Ft McPherson Ga and 400 more cases are under treatment The 3000 troops remaining there arc being removed as rapidly as possi ble There are now three avowed and more or less active candidates for the Democratic nomination for Governor and the convention is still ten months off Several others are in the being mentioned list Those already out are Hardin Stone and Goebel The bankrupt law is not likely to become popular One man who took it in Louisville compromised 6000 in debts with a 25 suit of clothes The creditors arc not likely to think we...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 12 August 1898

i f k 35 3 Wi 5S TftWSF m jBlfht K vPSHBHH frj 3 A bi 9o f el illQHT VOLUNTEERS Toluntoors on an errand of dcathl t mnnl WKo sDcaks7 ma to go whero tho cannons not ck tho checks to nun tho old Mcrrlmaos hiillt to sink tho old ateamorUUlack he channel whore Spanish ships muni Who speaks J V lunteersl1 said tho admirals il v JfcfrHt men I Who speaks Will sail unuer ui aiorroo black crass Bur death he seeks to wlWflS to offor his Ufo7 IWmr to march to this miislc of strife mo for arum nna torpedo for flfo jaonl Who speaks t voluntocrsl on an errand of dcathl ivht men I Who sneaks Was thre a man who In fear held his brttth With fr paled cheoks From rrry warship ascended a cheerl remtvry sailors lips burst the word llBrol our thousand heroes their lives volun teer iiiiV Li ITlJknilne f HoIIpv In TTMpn Ohqorvnr - -a v v v IS TOEQES TRICK DOG W A CUIITIS fWhat a symphony in yellow ex claimed Mr Morris as ho and- his young son 6wept around a curve of the road clinging to tho mountain side I...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 12 August 1898

DEEDS LODGED FOR RECORD Two Small Real Estate Deals In Out of Town Districts the John Hill a well known citizen of the Sinking Fork neighborhood died yesterday of typhoid fever He was 64 years old and leaves a family of six children He had been six for about two weeks His funeral services were held this af ternoon and the burial will take at the Hill burying ground three miles west of Gracey WILL WED SUNDAY Young Couple in the Springs District Bluff Mr A L Pepper and Miss Min nie P Van I looser will be married near HlulT Springs next Sunday by Esq II C Helsley They are prominent young people intheKirk mansville neighborhood Uncle Sams Warships Those who no to Old Point An gust lOtli will be offered an oppor tunity to see the battleship Ken tucky and other vessels of the navy as well as the navy yard at Portsmouth which is a most inter- i esting and instructive place espe cially so at this time as everyone is interested in this particular part of Uncle Sams work andseems anxious to k...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 13 August 1898

r v v 3 A if Ci Th WmUmt JlkoulBviiftPKyii Aug - flBpeclaL Ff Fcluudiness ihowem Sun he Happenings of Jhc i World ported Up To Midnight In the Morning Papers of To day Thc Pope is improving -British Parliament wa8 pro- - rorucd y Promotions in the navy arc an- tfouftced Second Tennessee Regiment gets id a soaking W JitirO UI1C 11UICU tuiiniuu una beetcaught i Rurne nf Wnvne went to the favoiites QfLi S C Day at Monteagle is observed New York Cotton market was on thejlecline Events among the wheelmen at Indianapolis - TSmtiher developments in thej Hoei scandal S A Onrdeath from yelloy fever at Franklin La Scarcity of wheat was noted t in the Chicago pit Gety Wheeler answers criticisms aimed at Gen Shatter Shifting of camps the orderof the daat Santiago ife C St Ry earnings for July show an increase x More American troops- leftVSan tiago de Cuba for home Secretary of State Day may be appointed a Federal Judge United States cruiser phia reached Honblulu Aug 4 An entire iamuy in amicus ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 13 August 1898

5 H jp v V r Tv i - mm Mr r o police the Spaniards until they are ready to galctf r i s A Jit - t1nfi ip i be Bails lntian -V i - j ail of the city irubl nlicil errry svcnlntr except Sunday by CXArX MXAGXAX SIS Mi J9 idvai Fun 8 Months r inAdvJce lcllmed by carriers to part at r V IB CBXTM MX WMX U0KCPT10irATJtB Pen NffiMTtt iv AnviTtaE f i EU WEEK Vi nV vJW VA23fciWSiR DEMQOMTjfi TICKET Tl rr FOK CONOKKSS IIEIfRY D ALIKN iOP UNIOtt COUNTY MisJmie Scliley nuiy hot have done it but she staid until it was done Russia latest census reports show that the Czar rules over 130 000000 mibjects Admiral Sampson has four beau tiful daughters two of whom are still unmarried Lieut Carranaa who was re cently invited to leave Canada has again turned up at Montreal Porto Rico is now a territory of the United States or will be as soon as a little red tape is un wound Commissioners are to meet with in thirty days in Havana and San Juan to arrange the details of evac uation The guillotine is likely to...

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