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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 10 May 1898

vV b VOL 1 The BfOrrlO JJ o Daily HOSTILE FEETS ARE GRADUALLY APPROACHING if ireat Naval Conflict Will Be Precipitated J T Soon ADMIRAL SAMPSONS SQUADRON SAID TO BE IN SIGHT OF PORTO RICO Gomez Advises Landing of the Invading Army at Matanzas Where He Will Have a Large Force Washington May 9 Special -There is the best of authority for the statement that thedayhaspassed without any report from Admiral Sampson A report jsnot expected for seyeral days No apprehension is felt for his safety It is believed that Sampson has been ordered to join the Plying Squadron and strike a blow at Porto Rico It is now admitted that he is at present with his fleet on the North coast of San Domingo about a days run from Porto Rico i TheTlontgomerys Whereabouts PgrjAju Prjnce Hayti3Xay 9 Special It is reported that the Cruiser Montgomery is off Mole St Nicholas picketing the windward passage between Cuba and Porto Rico - Madrid Is Notified Madrid May 9 Special TheCapt General dfPorto Rico cables confiden...

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 May 1898

l JUA KT - - iJB HAD A R Hoife i r Ul adored Mlnftrtf loSKCuriie Nar H Windin Up in a Razor Solr J A Saturday night the colored troupe of this city went down tdthe village of Gracey to give a performance- The presence of such i an afrirreiratloiu if city g emmeu wearing- sto dos and silk hats and white shining Hhirts was not altogether to the liking of certain dusky swains of that community And when they marched through the streets pf Gracey with a band at their head playing Therell be a Hotrime in the Old Town To night and when the cullud belles of Gracey smil ed approvingly and waived red ban danas a conspiracy was straight way formed to carry out the proph ecy which the music implied As a preliminary step the con spirators proceeded to take on co- Npious draughts of Gracey stimuli and when the performance began they assembled outside the hall and lowed if they could t get a ban theyd break up de game accom panying this suggestion with a number of pistol shots The audi ence became...

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 May 1898

mam iHHj ZDbe 2ail IfcentucMan lliMshfed crcry morning except Monday by OKAS J MSAOHAM 213 S Main Manila wrapping paper and pa per bags have gone up about ten per cenj since the battle in the Philippines j The London Spectator takes the position that the Americans ought to retain possession of the Philip pines by right of conquest The -Oriental victory seems to have caused a waking up at Wash ington An army of 50000 men is to be sent South at once The Spanish loss at Manila was much heavier than first reported Maine ila seems to have offset the Maine victims about five to one There is a renewal of the talk of sending Maj Gen Lee as mili tary governor to the Philippines No man could fill the position bet ter During the battle of Manila the heat was so intense that the Amer ican sailors stripped themselves to the waist while the conflict was be ing waged McMillin now has an instructed majority of the votes for Governor in the coming Democratic guberna torial convention of Tennessee He...

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 May 1898

1 1 iWlTWlT 4 B 2K w t I rVi ITS a WMv iirm 1 i wi Jty t l 1J f wSMi 1 it m up r r U1UL W1C flicscm uvinil 1900 will be wiped out HERE AND THERE All bachelors are old bachelors raftv JBTk i n a mmt fM MR -ill S 6 mmLW H rt K fp l SCHOOL BOARD MEETS Judge ncCarroll Elected President Committee Appointed to con fer With Council The School Board met at the oksI nlnro Rnturdav nlirht and uf lieidnn intdrcstint session wTpMessrs Galbreath andStiteswho MShflrt been elected that day quniincu by talcing the oath and certificates -were then issued to tlicm me next thing1 was the reorganization ofihe Board Mr C P uraucn and Judge Jo McCarroll were placed in nomination The ballot resulted in the choice of Juige Carroll A committee was appointed to confer with the city council relative Ho that bodys recent action jin the matter of the school fund- In the opinion of Jtoi the members of the School Board Ithe educational fund has been un justly deprived of ten per cent of fits revenues and this the...

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 May 1898

TO art ir Tft YDE 1 t SO ii ADVANCE GUARD OF Shell Never Get Out Again aKNijuirUlMW ailn I wMt I I ill GEN MILES ARMY Transport Gussie Sails from Tampa With - U 1 Regulars - -- FOUR IMPORTANT WAR MEASURES PASSED BY CONGRESS N YESTERDAY j troops Will Move South from Chickamauga To Day Spanish Vessel Runs the Blockade at Havana Tampa Fla May 10 Special A j - - i i At 1 oclock p1 m tne trans port Gussie held back yesterday bailed with three companies of regu lar infantry the first detachment of the Cuban army of invasion Other troops will follow without delay They will effect a landing at Matan zas where Gen Gomez has promised to have a strong force to co-operate with them Roosevelts Successor Washington D C May 10 Special The Senate to day con firmed -the nomination of Chas H Allen of Massachusetts to be Assist ant Secretary of the Navy Four war measures passed the Senate The first provides for car rying on additional work in the Adjatant Generals office The second establishes a Volun...

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 May 1898

m it W Xwx K ijt Mi rri U Pi ifSsz - v Yv 4Jk T a MB J hi ri 1 ftE w plB Tvm s IB HP vim m Hi HP V UJt W i wm f Jhi fXAfl M Y VWU I1111 WWWWP i1 - tuM l1 TCbeBails fltentackian i Published orery mornlnsr except Monday br XXACKAM 818 B Main Ier Month The Governor of Manila has been it i ntvWefl to resist to tnc uenui the Wltack on the dity soon made Francisco Saturday or Sunday with troops and supplies for the Philippine Islands l If wheat will just stay up to 125 c for ninety days more many a mort gage in Christian county of long standing will be lifted Nashville is to hold an Industrial Convention which will begin to day and last several days The prospect is pleasing for a large at tendance A great many war nominations were sent to the Senate by the President Monday Jas G Blaine Jr was one of the Captains ap pointed from civil life suen Mues nas ueciueu u icau Lthe Cuban invasion in person tak ing Gen Wade with him Gen Shaf ter will take Gen Wades place at Chickamauga The only new ...

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 May 1898

THE ELECTION COMMISSION It Members WIU Mct at Frank fort To dy To Take the Oath tfOttke -- o -Frankfort Ky May 10 The 4j rt Hnttn rtf Election qloaers composed pOlidge William S Pryor oCFtatlkfort Hon W T Ellis of OwenijJjoiO and IJon Charles B Poyntz of Mayville will m cdt here to day and take the oath bt office before the Court of Ap peals and qualify as prescribed by the law to enter upon the dis charge of their duties Immediately after the qualifica tion the board will elect a chair man Tt ifl provable tfiKt -Judge Prydr will be made chairman o the board The board will then electa secretary There are a number of candidates for secretary Percy Haley of Frankfort is prominently mentioned and his friends claim has a cinch on the place The board it is understood will defer largely to the presentDeiho cratic county organization in the appointment of Democratic County Commissioners The Commissioners recommended by other parties allowed tinder the law will likewise probably be so appoi...

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 May 1898

PH a- ijX m - m J W A svmwm airrw INN - VJ Ajl r H Mowm OttHD LMJJH Differences A Pretty mfrce In Ke Life F jM JfiiV frullife Erminie Rives Post Wheeler journalist vcvnic Savs a New York lis v 5rt -V That Cupid laughs at literary Uifcrevccs has just been proven novelist and patch i n 1 1 n 1rt iiitifiil vntiiur 1B JMYW IB H wx j o Southern cousin of Amelia RiVea dan author of the incendjary woVel Smokinir Flax which cnYls the practice of lynching jfrpes for a certain class of crime in the South Post Wheeler is best known as author of Reflections of His cynicisms at the xoense of feminine frailties have bVpuffht angry blushes to the cheeks of rail d indignant tears to the eyes -women in the land Miss ttivos read 1 Reflections ana heartily detested the -author Mr Wheeler through his friendship - with a New York publisher read xtd - ntAnli Sf IUU ilUVillll t sill vi w yiax and thoroughly disapproved of the ferocity of the author Dispite this unpromisingbeginning Miss Rives and Mr Wheel...

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 May 1898

m V i w br tta eriS HCItOtf jvlijcli5 P anther VOL 1 NO 12 CAPTAIN OKNEItAL ULANCO 4J Along he coast fresh sand teries are being thrown up to almost yery night but these works are of may character and would be feed by the fire of the big guns ew minutes The officers of ckading fleet believe Captain tVhU Blrmin lo mnufinn n imml - iSSFiry in the erection of mcMwsfchOre batteries The LreilgtlmyL mu fhrmhln L worH HOklvana is a verv PTereht thiilfiMk ri iM1 i 1 of thbflc jight p4andond Wimr WrUWMMi tf tb s - r 0 WOODFORD DECLINES II In - - - f i i i Prefers His Present Office to a Ma jor Generalship Gen Wheel er Leaves for - mauga Washington May 11 The jdentjjt is understood intends that Gent Stewart L Woodford the Min inter to Snnin shalj retain his j vtjiibtbjr u luynui IU Hum- rid after the war jjf brought to a close and diplomatic relations are restored This statement is made by a well known Senator cognizant of the facts Gen Woodfords first knowledge of the intention to con fer a ...

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 May 1898

i T w Pkr Month r 4Q i T V if i t u s A- Itcodls the en Z J i i j v fflM r 2 It OKSk fr I SSf b w m HI 85 Ihusiasm of the hero - f - MT worshlpcfr to flunk of the bill A Frankfort dispatch says Con- frroocmnn Tn v Pnlcnn n - v w p borough is to be assigned to duty as a Major of the Third Regiment he Third Rejriment ought to be able to furnish its own officers Col Don Vincent Catlijo Gen jiVeylers brother-in-law who is a prisoner of war at Ft McPherson Atlanta threatens to starve him- self to death in prison Catlijo is a small man very pompous in ap pearance and has a violent temper This morning at 10 oclock the tljree Confederate and one Federal monuments erected by the State of Tennessee to her dead soldiers in both armies will be dedicated at Chickamauga Park with imposing ceremonies Another rich man has offered to - buy a commission from the r dent O H P Belmont has pro- posed to build and equip a w niite gun vessel if permitted to fJK command it in the war against fVspairi Gen B...

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 May 1898

WILL DOTHEIE PAItT Men from the North and South Want to Fight for tho Union Prejitdorit McKlnleya War 12 Cotifeilerfttc hm1 Veteran In fotucOITcrTlnsIr Services lo Secretary Alger I Special Wushlngton Letter WAS only 18 ycurs of ngo when 1 enlisted In the Twenty third Ohio infantry June Jl 1801 said President McKliilcy to Sen ator Allison in the white house in tho presence of nn old acquaintance wlib 1b a newspaper nmn and a correspond ent of n number of weekly papers I was full of enthusiasm then for I did not realize what war wus I seon found out Its horrors Jiecuuse of my per sonal recollections of tho Buffering of men on the field of battle I bave depre cated wnr and besides as I have grown older I have come to understand what it mentis to our entire people It means enjpty houseD empty heuvts and empty futures for our young men and women for our Httlo children who know noth ing of the causes which deprive them of fathers and of the comforts of their homes There you hnvei tlic wo...

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 May 1898

v h IS 4 if i n i fA i A HYB DIVORCE SUITS Wife of Colored Preichcr Alakes Scnsationil Charges Warits Divorce Alimony and Cus tody of Child Happenings at Court House There has been an avalanche of divorce suits during the past few days The June docket of the Cir cuit Court will be a powerful argu ment in favor of the theory that marriage is- a failure at least with a very large per cent of the colored population No less than five ac tions for divorce have just been in stituted the parties to every suit being colored By far the most sensational and interesting is that of E A Garrott who sues her husband Rev B J Garrott for absolute divorce for Wj alimony and the custody of their eight-year-old girl The petition is a lengthy one and recites a long chapter of cruelties abuses borne by the plaintiff since her marriage with the colored preacher in 1889 She says that she continued to live with him up to May 1st 1898 when without cause on her part he heather and abused her in a most cruel ...

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 May 1898

VOL 1 NO vilSi SAMPSONS Daily MORROFORTA HEAP OF RUINS n i nan Fighting Bob Evans of the Iowa Has His Chance San Juan Bombarded and Porto Rico Now at Sampsons Mercy SPANISH CABINET GOES TO PIECES AND A NEW MINIS TRY FORMED CAPE VERDE FLEET AT MARTINIQUE Port-Au-Prince Kayti Wlay 13 I a Sampsons fleet bombarded San Juan Porto Ricoto day The shelling of the city began this morning Just before sun up the American fleet of nine war ships appeared opposite San Juan The first shot was fired by the Iowa Fighting Bob Evans ship The shot took effect The Indiana then opened with her heayy guns and in a few minutes all of the American vessels were sending shells into the Spanish works fiIorro fort was soon a heap of ruins There was but a feeble response from the fort and the Span ish guns were silenced in an incredibly short time The Spanish steamer Rita was captured by the United States auxiliary cruiser Yale with crew on board Thousands of the population and foreign Consuls sought refuge dur...

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 May 1898

Pi F T i V f y W P R hv M pERM0NTn I ll 111 I Dewey sar fe - 9 Qfnms Ln dlrciiefT need Says the St Louis Globe-Demo crat Mr and Mrs Do Won Hop per have been divorcccU arid De Wolf is now a grass Hopper nTforlacable 3hHL vict The Chicago Record paid 15920 dispatch 6f 2886 words of Deweys 4 1i ff Aa4 H orv this was uuuut uv Ltms a word X TliCgprison commission case has beejifjdvuncedon tlie docket of the J Court of Appeals and a decision will be rendered before the court LflTTV ad journs for the summer vacation Gen Scwell has declined the v pointment of MajorGeneral because 1 J the Attorney General holds that he cannot be a United States Senator from New Jersey and an officer in the army at the same time He has jfpurryears to herve as Senator Next Monday has been definitely fixed upon for the departure of the Cuban army of invasion of 16000 men from Tampa This program iinay be carried out unless the plans are changed again as they have been a dozen times or more During1 the recent rio...

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. — 13 May 1898

fe jjiiL RBMiPn1 i nSWI n w ptMfn WIP r mmiumilmt i iuinvnAtofnijmqtq0mi END OF MAXIMILIAN The Tragic Finale of the Brief Em pire of Mexico Thti Unfortnuntu Auotrltm lrluuo He- oclvud IUH Scnteiiuo Cnlmly nnd Mot 111m Death Mku a Hero II In Liit lloum In tho April Cfintury Jlrs Cornelius StuvcusOii brings to an end her series of papers on the French Intervention In Mexico her ilnal nrtlolo being devoted to Xhu Fall of Maximilian Mrs Ste venson says of the ilnal scene of the tragedy Tho uxceution had been ftJSfd for June 10 At eleven oclock on1 that day sentence was read to tho condemned who were told that it would bo carried Into effect at three oclock on the buuic afternoon Mnxmlliun received the intelligence calmly and devoted tho following hours which ho deemed his last to dic tating letters to Dr Basch and to Jiis Mexican secretary Senor Illnsld lie then confessed to 1adre Sarin and heard mass In Gen Miramons chamber where the condemned men reeelvedthe last sacraments after whic...

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. — 13 May 1898

i - I f it I tU 4 171 lARiWEDINlBUQGY T -Dr Nowrse Pronounces the Ceremony Thursday P7 Kalrvlow jihniinlp Married In the A Tl i y Court Hou3c By Judge Cansler Much Matrimony Dr riotffflc pastor of the Ninth Street Presbyterian church was galled upon to perform a marriage fecremoriy under rather unusual ftrtrwiiSnnc 1nctofili afternoon A mndsome couple drove up to iJr Nourses front gate on Campbell yctrcct and called for the popular vJpastbr The latter responded pfbmptly The young gentleman JiMroduced himself as Mr E H ohnson and his bride elect Miss Mda Fyke Producing the re quisite legal document he requested xDr Nourse to unite them in wed lock The ceremony was brief but amprcssive and as binding as if it had been pronounced at an altar redolent with the blended incense of flowers and tapers and bright Avith the light of candelabra At ha conclusion of the ceremony the liappy couple drove away Miss JFyke is a pretty and accomplished - young dady the daughter of Mr and Mrs W H Fyke ...

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. — 14 May 1898

n Jure 0 RrOL NO 14 FIGHTING ON s jDmtoa CUBAN SOIL Regulars Beat the Spanish Back at Cabanas Spanish Torpedo Boats are Hovering Around Martinique THE HARVARD DISABLED AGAIN THE PLANS OF WAR ARE CHANGED AT WASHINGTON NEW YORK May 14 1 a m Special A special to u the Evening Post says Off Cabanas Companies D and G First Regiment United States Infantry attempted a landing- on the shores of Pinar del Rio this afternoon and made the first land fight The engagement wasstuhhorn and hot while it lasted Twelve of the enemy were killed and they were driven back Hot an American received a wound Spanish cavalry were patrolling the shores and the American soldiers were protected by a gunboat Washington May 13 The dead ensign Bagley has a mother and two sisters living at Raleigh N C John Varveras oiler is a native of Symrna Asia He has been three years and nine months in the navy John Denfee fireman of first class was born in Kilkenny He has been five years in the navy George B Meek fireman of th...

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. — 14 May 1898

4t f1 4 U If X but the news was all there rll 4K w w m hu S j f U t wv iiiii ifTVf iii fr Published ovcry morning except Monday by V EflAGJAty B- Maln OKAS K - Peb Month V i i J Nearly 55000 volunteers have al ready been accepieu Josiah Tunnell one of the firemen killed at Cardenas was a colored man The rest were white 8 iFiglitin Bob Evans was i HuMvUeire of opening- the bat- Skitle ht San Juan with the Iowas biff guns SUBSCRWTIOW XATES 85 Pkii Wkek Bully for Sampson He kept out of reach of the cable until he did the nrir n Sui Juan carrViii out his V liWdeVs Martinique is not far from Porto Rico and the Spanish fleet was there at 2 a m yesterday The plat thickens Sampson is in possession of San Juan harbor and will be prepared to give Villamil a warm reception w hen he gets there Yesterday s Kentuckian left very little for the big dailies to tell It was not filled with padded accounts Russell Harrisons assignment has been changed The secretary of war has decided to make him i majo...

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. — 14 May 1898

Y o Au Export Blftcksmith IBs A Uuiqud Collection - What probably constitutes tho handsomest and most original set of jnineVs tools in the city if not in tho west is in the possession of James IJrav who iiin expert blacksmith as his work shows and who mado each article of the collection himself and were he anything but tho modest man he is tnp praise which every exhibition of thotppls evokes would turn his head to an inordinate anddangerous degree The tools are seven in numberand consist of three pole picks of the kind used by experts to break off Bunlples of rock and four candlesticks The eyes and straps of two of the picks are forged from onp pjecteofstqolnnd the manner in hichitile wood pf the handles is workqd into the straps is quite a puzsdd Particularly js this the case with one of the picks which has four straps and shows the same number of apparent divisions in the handle One mining man after care fully examining the tool gave it as his opinion that the wood was simply inla...

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. — 14 May 1898

I- ir W jk k h S f M M f I W SSBrW 9t 3JH If BHrP1 if M YS iCori iVKMi not lower CHILDRENS DAY Thcrc Will Be Pretty Exercises at the Methodist Church To Morrovv njsTc mprrw will be Childrens Day at the Methodist church An Unusualiyintercstlng programme vlias been nrcnared and will he Vv tdercd by a number of bright little Children The exercises will con- sistof vocal and instrumental music F -and recitations The annual col li fnt lir nr1 nnrl maintenance lr tlVfthe Sunday schools which are gioVself sustaining will be taken iaye You seen the latest thing out in Table Ware Gold Aluminum at Cooper bi COLORED CIRADUATES IV Class tV of Six Received Diplomas Last NightHighly Credita ble Concert Af f1ir nnrrn TTnuep Insf nirrllt n very largeaudience of colored ifeple assembled to witness a highly t icuiuiuit cuueert yivcn uy uic pu 5 i the Colored mibhc schools tVt and the presentation of diplomas to the graduating class Six students Completed the course of ten studies this year They are B...

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