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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 15 May 1898

r sV y i1 i - f x w tmf KFWW It- i j il V- tf If yjff If j He VOL 1 N0 16 GREAT w B NAVl BATTLE Now Only a Question of A Few Hours Schley Will Reinforce Sampson in Time to Take Part THE cact Location of the battle v not known if SCENE IS Washing ion D C May 14 If Sampson or Schley succeeds in meeting- the Spaniards at sea a battle royal will result If the Spanish ad miral obtained information at Fort De France in regard to fhe location of Sampsons fleet he is probably now heading- directly to Cuba He has a decided advantage over the American fleet in such a movemeiit If the Spanish vessels have continued due west or even westby northwest since they were signaled west of Martinique they are now about 150 miles ina straight line from San Juan If they are bent on reaching Cuba either by the channel between Haiti and the island or by the Yu catan channel at the west end of Cuba it will probably be impossible for Sampson to intercept them If the American admiral learned promptly enough 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. — 15 May 1898

Y t w 1 i A xj 0 i r pfejl Jevcy is a Democrat The Minnesota militia ent to Manila Ihe army i arc lobe A recent issue of the Daily Kk ruaciAXt Jropkinsville is on our fcnari tahlci It is six column tfofiipage nqwTpajwr and a credit WVetern Kentucky journalism fiHkton Progress Jn appointing Gen Wade to lead of Cuban invasion the Government lias had an eye pn the fiinft ol things The first troops io land on Cuban noil waded ashore Firt District Populists will meet at Princeton next Wednesday to nominate a candidate for Congress It is possible that Ben C Keys wjll again be the nominee though it is said Dr Lackey of Tritftf would not be averse to the honor P w - r t5 Itis5KJ miles from Martinique to Porlo Kico The Spanish fleet wair at Martinique Thursday night and left going towards Porto Rico If Admiral Cerrere is in a hurry to get there he ought to reach there to day M The talk of turning the Oregon back after a two months voyage and starting her on a six months trip around the world...

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. — 15 May 1898

t I ir r w l 9t mmtM f rf m 1 1 1 r am i i SPWNcf FANCIES AcaiMt the fifty 01 wintry aky iho frcs Outltdft tliolx perfect graces AlonK tho liraiieNfld lifted high pi i n1ilitnt lwlrq mnf lilnlruf iln Iront qtmlnt clmractorti whoso myatcry Tlie Diyad Alphabet might bo iU if thg key Wer6 only mine So 1 miBt read what written tliorel J It tho tnle of maid divine Imprisoned Daphne young and fair Alt conscious of the coming sprlhg By Inward throb uitd quivering Or I It but tho written sontr Mutmur d bo aoftly to tho trees Tlnouli till tho sutnmur borne along On every tondor balmy breo2o The lullaby for birds at rest Hooking al safely In tho neitT It la n mesaajjo for tho spring Td W1 her hasten back again Her every Influence dweet to bring CRIME FIOM A BUSINESS STANDPOINT By George Ade Tho warmer sun tho gentler rain ThO softer breeze that bears along Eaoh early blrda swcot wooing song7 Bo pleasant fancies come and go If Okies bo bright or skies bo grayj I cannot gaze o long I know Towar...

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. — 15 May 1898

T anil m C BW k fllfc tS M KHXi 1 - 1 W i V Ji v -if It rv i f tLjLL iiawaffaBB PRUaoNALGOJW Mias Ascy Fritz of UiM F B w iSfcu rMuSUU vu lo - Artlloch ia viBit in the city Aft- II Stowe of Julian was in the city Saturday M A Mason of the Square WaB in the city yesterday Charley Little of Beverly was in the cityyctcrday Mr JThomns Green of Casky 1 was in the city yesterday Miss Mary Woodof Howeu vib itcdn the city yesterday Mr Jas A Radford of Square was In the city yesterday Mrs Fannie Lander of Gricey i spent yesterday in the city MissMary McCulloch of Howell spent yesterday in the city I H Feel of Earlington was a guest at the Phconixyesterday v Mfs Sam EJgin of Todd county was shopping- in the city yesterday Mr and Mrs Will Major of Bev erly spent yesterday in the city Mrs Dr Clardy arrived yester day morning- from Washington City Mrs Dr Brown is home after a pleasant visit to relatives in Nash ville Mr Gus Moore of Wiuonnh Y Stock Farm was inthe city vday - Mrs Garnett of Chica...

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. — 17 May 1898

p li K ai r tS Trie 3ml entuthiatt VOL 1 tfO -16 it S LEE TO LEAD Ajf INVADING COLUMN AssignelfeComffland of Seventh Volunteer Corps - v x riummu V f MP v - - JO WHEELER WILL COMMAND CAVALRY IN CUBA Closing About Cervera n THE VOLUNTEER r ft Order Assigning Generals to Commands Spanish Admiral Hemmed In Carribean Blanco Short of Provisions WASHINGTON May was a general order from the war Department this afternoon of very great significance and its promulgation is taken as an evidence that the administration will at once take the aggressive and carry the war into the enemys country and strike the decis ive biow with as little delay as possible The order makes the following assignment of general officers Major Gen Wesley Merritt Commander of Department of the Pacific Major Cen Brooke First Corps Department of the Gulf SViajor Gen Graham Second Corps Volunteers head quarters at Falls Church Va Major Gen Wade Third Corps Volunteers reporting to Gen Brooke at Chickamauga v Major Gen Coppi...

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. — 17 May 1898

ik tJ 1 t s JMV l Uoj fsrvlT1 WM 1 1 Tl if- s a 1 i Jr A MILITARY huMktm ZEbeE HTiLyij FiW TnF MfWi wv JuJkm py -- i FR Br33 infc - - w rtTlTfj jiHr tfliliiiUktf Y ibJ8hcV every morning except Monday by ckas tkAca aw n ui Missouri National Guards jjDewcy is a Republican and not a iriiv1 nll n r UoH frnm ovcrcxcrtionj fOT t iii nf Rnn Juan but MSio VailifetoI LDevpraraTfiattHa was at Ik oclock Sunday morning but according- to our time it was 3 oclock IsatuVday hftef noon tne cmy uui Jutf V Ahoufcthd onlv thing tho fanners vBffiJfld itq make them supremely C fTrwoo another irood tobaccoi P alonn and they got that yester uay - Tin Vimvn to a few words ofl Dlahi truifi is that the Spanish have for nearly four weeks Wriessfullv prevented tncunvasiuu AfknUn hv the land and naval forcSfOfthpJJnitcd States 4 The Cour ier Journal has tdc clared for Dewey and Lee as a WAfeHlehtfal ItticKCtfiamincinwai records It does not state what par- ty ittwante theipto bepppijnatedbj atid Salvador Johnson...

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. — 17 May 1898

tvf K W f vis thornjia er was Hn few Votm taken by tha Mind Cure 0 theory - The flew Science of brain building 1 promises to havcon important infln r in In tho future trend of medical de iojwiKiity Tt takes into account and cmiiliasizcs onuiuraewiacuciJQi tlic wind onvtlte body and Involves Oin tiflrtnaiieuk imurovoment in char acter tftbtaitlnuoU3 substitution of Jioaltiiy fm Vicious andjabnorrdnl KvgrpjRhyeician has observed how qiifpldyijippiiicss andgootl news promote tho digestion and tho sleep and iniprdvothe general appearance of a patienland how rapidly griefs and bad prjospccls bforich tho face and lower every vital function Tlfc ihti mate connection between emolionand jiiotabolism or the processes of phys ical nssimilfitibn and decomnosition h is obvious Tho sexual nervrt the J the fclfiHl f Vcibus temper arm rno pcrsonwunout nauK ral aftectiotijare allnWcajssed as i3pcs in which the abnormal condi iions can bofl cither cured or very groatlymodfficd by a judicious qoUrse o...

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. — 17 May 1898

m 4 5 a W II U1 vTl ii - avMM 1 v - rz t0 YmiftfLL0Y1EltS Evwk Preta Vigilance and Jht Art Marrkd at Sfflngf kM itidnso Gray and wife arrived in thtlclty Sunday from Springfield tffcl TKelrhouic is in Iamasco Lyon comity Alonzo is sixteen years old and his bride who was Mlas OtcvjLCumminirsSis just one r vi older Both belong to prom- Init families in Lyon -county X onS nni cnta objected to the union v one grounds of the youth of the my lofers But love is impatient Love isliicewisc vigilant and ingenious anutAionzo auvj cdTnotherexemplification of the trite nM truth thrt locksmiths are a of -unfailing amusement to lovc Thfe youthful lovers stole a mdrch from their watchful parents andSAturuay wem w opwuguwu where the nuntial knot was tied Tliev returned toLamasco Sunday 3rHDfiVN PRftM BUGQY - MryRobert Gary Met With Pain A ful Accident Sunday Mn Root Gary was thrown from hisbuggy Sunday and painfully hurt He w as returning from Hetron church and driving over ajriew and rough road In ...

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. — 18 May 1898

H I t j5 tul t wwGSmm Mr fci timm ft VOL 1 NO 17i OFF THE COAST OF COLUMBIA The Spanish Fleet Is Now Sailing Northward Destination Probably An American Sea port It May Be Galveston Rebels -In Ihe Philippines Are Poor Allies Twelve Thousand Volunteers Arrive at Chickamauga Parkl CURACOA May Spanish fleet is now supposed to be off the coast of Venezuela or Columbia and is headed North Only a portion of the fleet was permitted to enter this har bor for the purpose of purchasing coal cattle and provisions One torpedo boat was left at Port de France in the Island of Martinique General Brookes Big Corps CHICKAMATXG A GA May 17 Special Eleven re giments of infantry one of cavalry and five of light artil lery 12000 men all told reported to day to Gen Brooke Commander of tills Corps of the Department of the Gulf f Dewey Waiting For Troops 4 Hong-Kong- May 17 Special The steamer Esmerelda arrived here from Manila this afternoon bringing- four hundred refug es from the besieged and blockaded c...

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. — 18 May 1898

K Ifc w v v r jk -Ct - i 17 L S a K Ik ttfoe HfailS ftetttuCkifcn oa U XAXAX an a i P M6nth Teddy Roosevelts Rough Riders ware at San Antonio Texas and arc about ready to swim the gulf V The remains of Ensign vtortn VJBaglcy were buried at Raleigh N iaj wiui tne nonors oi u -Leslie Combs the new pension agent for Kentucky took charge at 2 Louisville yesterday The Kentucky soldiers are ready i lo shake with Blanco on one sition at least v w ar supplies Blanco is short of The Hawaiian government has decided not to proclaim a neutrality decree but to become to all intents KfSJ V- and purposes an ally of the United - States 3 The Naval War Board has de- tided to suppress all news of what it is doing but this will make i little change to the public in tne news but supply Aside from the fact that the hate f ful Spaniards are doing it the A Ur It must be very mortifying to those smart New York newspaper jnen to be exchanged man for man with Spanish officers under the rank of Captain Genera...

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. — 18 May 1898

tf rr ctfREtf hek ii ii t Uw Clmtl Had to TKnwk ler nt SelMXftnso Col Jake Haagcr is one of the most gallant as well as one of tho hHiidsonTest men who ever cat in the chAivpi the chief of police and bossed thelbobbies in bhie He is a native Kentuckkn full of respect for the fair sex gentle as a summer zephyr and as full of sympathy as a can is of cove oysterg Yet upon ono occasion lie drew back his fist and gave a wom an blow in the face that shook her from tho tip of hdr velvdt toque to tho end of lior gum overshoes In days gone by the notorious Carrie McBrido who is now dead was noted as the worst woman in the city She was a Taw boned powerful creature with a fist on her like a battering ram and at least once a week for 20 years it was necessary to arrest her Po licemen shivered when they saw her drinking for they knew they were in for a fight before tho day was over She knocked them down and tore their uniforms battered their faces and made them objects of ridicule on their beat...

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. — 18 May 1898

1 I- I m r s i m w ma 1 W 4 k fc DECORATIONDAY WHI Bt Observed by a A R Post In This City May 30th SfVtJ Posts B ijkt Isr many years past the Federal I M Veterans in this county have ob- Lw Monday May 31st will tioi day when the graves of all the Federal who died In ser vice during the civil war will be strewn with flowers The occasion iv and the anniversary will be innately observed wherever the i veterans have oj organized into G A rcd the day and celebrated it with John V Boyd Post Crofton sThisyear however the program pi wNill be changed and the ceremonies VU White Post G A Kf of this city The members of John V Boyd 4 flost will attend in a body and be H the guests of the local Posts The rtrniiDA iiill mii nf TTrrwtinil ksCemetery at 2 oclock in the alter- IW 1IUUII UIIU III r IUKI ill YUlVltllia 11114 Ttheir families are invited to be f cnt A programme has been arranged which will interest all who attend The music will be a feature of par- ticular interest A choir including 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. — 19 May 1898

Lw PP l 4 4 4 O vtei ilfO 18 THEIR YOKES HEAVY Four Suits For Divorce Filed Yesterday In Each Case the Wife is Plaintiff and the Cause Is Aband u onment Four suits for divorce were Hied in Circuit Clerk Starlings yesterday afternoon nfflrf N In each case the plaintiff is the wife and the alleged grounds for action are identical Mrs Maud B Purcell prays for a divorce from W T Purcell In her petition she states that she inter married vith the defendant May 4 1894 The ceremony took place in Clarksville They lived together as man and wife until April 1897 When without just cause she as serts her husband left her and since that time has lived apart from her She says shejnade him a good and faithful helpmate She asks that the court in addition to severing the matrimonial bonds shall adjudge that Purcell pay her lawyer Judge Jack Hanbery 25 for services rendered in bringing the suit Mrs Purcell is a young woman of much beauty and spright liness Caroline Reed does not sing blessed be the ti...

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. — 19 May 1898

a I i r r1 fc 13- m W S V J 4m4MM i A- ir iO fP v tiounceq iy 0 i r jcnara i J efis i PwWlshcd eycry inornlnjr except Monday by KAN X JCXAOXAH 813 S Main r rTTr 8P An carffiqualcc shock was felt it TheaUiTch aCcWwpf Tuesdi - putBhcd in full Charlie Wlicclens teA recent speech on the war revenue Kin 4 Wjt i 1 o 1 Icotn nf tP IJAIDY V lUC QUUUUV loonv - iiKNTUCKUN is Browinff ty and many pedple are finding- that jRthey -cannot do without it X 0h President is said to have de ZnUrti fo imiic another call for 200000 j w -- W iumi iifii Q flu men to be 5 held aa a reserve force f Gen Merritthas apologized to p Alger but he has gained his point an me sanieuuuuin wi i h m i Will ue incrcuscu 3 here is no opposition to Con gressman Walter Evans in his own party and he will be formally re nominated to day by the Republi f can district committee at Louisville 1 President elect Campos Salles of the Republic of Brazil will arrive inNew York soon and will be a i t 1 I Mn lotnrnnfinnnl JTUeSl OI I...

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. — 19 May 1898

I 0 t fl THB DECAY OF BT02J jfilure Mwy t Woffc In a perpetual flrki of Alteratldns Whoever expects to find u stono hftf -will stand from century to cen furT deriding aliku the frigid rains and scorching solar rays Without need of reparation will indeed search for the philosophers 9tone There is scarcely a substance which after hav ing been exposed to the action of the atmosphere for a considerable time does not exhibit proofs of weather ing it may even bo observed on the most densely compacted siliceous rocks The fullest extent of this in quiry can only bo to elucidate relative duration and comparative labor of appropriation to useful or ornamental purposes By examining the various produc tions of nature wo find evident proofs of her industry in all agesj clianges have been going on from the re motest antiquity to the present time on every substance that comes wjthin our observation All the actual com binations of matter have had a former existence in some other state Noth ing exis...

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. — 19 May 1898

if V K 4 tr f 5 wi ws 1 1 A I T V f 0 - i QEJSGS gaucurr m county court Catigfcr Whs Kept AH Day Yesterday Busy County Judge Causlcrj had a busy day yesterday His morning- was consumed in Ihehrin4etiniony in the case of the PrtLinnmvtallh nirainfet Lincoln t 38 ley Lincoln is not fond of one i nriiKhnrR 1 willow namcu jachamand he gavd expression Jofiis feelings by a Jfatfof ckoice brickbats and cobble stones through the glass window of he house jiear the L N water iit friifirst time Lincoln was Tiilty othc offense was Monday Hirm iuia uHjiiwiw -- nnoyahce with calm resignation men on the following night he re ruTAfiwi io immbardment of her tttle she arose in her wrath and iim nnlfiwl foeforci a court of iukice LincolnAvas fined 15 and roSitR and unlesslhenavs H nn ii t crJvn nil sorts ofrocks f w feR fool with V ilnnrrnr for three r weeks or Z nil The next person arraigned be fore Judge Cansler was a gen man ofi color from -the Bainbridge neighborhood He was charged imth plucking a...

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. — 20 May 1898

Vi u U VOL1 finr CERVERA SAFE j IN SANTIAGO Madrid Report Says He Has Slipped Into Harbor No Confirmation r Has Beeii Received From jf 1 t iuliny Reliable Source yw AnotheiiNeall fy KiteiSet For the Invasion of aiiJuV Movement to Begin at Once MADRID May Official information has been received that the Spanish Squadron under Admiral Cervera reported at various places since leaving Curocoa arrived at Santiago de Cuba today without accident and is now safely at anchor in that harbor The newspapers announce that Admiral Camarans squadron composed of the battleship Palayo six cruisers and 3 torpedo boat destroyers will shortly sail from Cadiz A reserve squadron will be organized at once An official dispatch from Havana says the American ships fired 80 shots during a bombardment of Santiago but did no damage M 0 v A t flt0 Cis I life f v i v -v rnivhrvii I Jf 1 -- V ASS 8 M mini Jsm i Diacrram Showinc Harbor and Bav at Havana--the r Morro witn the Districted City on the Left Business From...

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. — 20 May 1898

Ik Kv rT M faU 1h r w iJV K fct W lUfi Frr Month K Baltimore r llhavefbeen something H of a Hoss race the fever will disappear entirely Why should Uncle Sam lie flat of1 his back with his eyes shut and his mouth open waiting- for the Span iards to step into his open jaws The thing- to do is to scour the seas and let no foreign foe escape The rough treatment given the soldier boys at Lexington has made many of them come to the con clusion that they would rather be battle scared than battle scarred veterans The recent troubles of Secretary Alger growing out of his official position did not interfere with the capers of Cupid in his family circle His daughter Miss Prances Alger was married Wednesday to Charles B Pike of Chicago After a long illness the ble William Ewart Gladstone the Grand Old Man of England passed away yesterday morning He was surrounded by his family and quietly ceased to breath his life ebbing away like one falling to sleep Uncle Ben Keys of Calloway has received his...

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. — 20 May 1898

M 1 l V- fltfR tlFB A TJtAGKDY ft m taattaiMto PwiirMM M TlMt -X Fft CMuy Down on Fourth rratme there ia i tmfdl girl whose life it a tragedy tod continuous performance too She told a good natured old gentle sain about it the other1 day when ho rent into her fathers shop to buy i canary A bird shop is a confusing tort of place and the old gentleman pandered about in a dazed near sighted way listening to tho pro prietors account of the virtues of each bird Finally ho took a fancy to an aggressive canary that hurled torrents of musical defiance at tho ffould be purchaser Tho owner of the shop was called awny for a few moments and presently the old gen tleman became conscious of a scrap of a girl who was looking at him out of big tearful eyes Please thir said a quavering little voice Then it stopped in sheer fright Whats the matter dearie asked the old gentleman who hnd grand children nt home Tho dearie was so distinctly en couraging that the child plucked up courage Pleath thir buy an...

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. — 20 May 1898

W SWv GitAVBS OFHEROBS Continued from first page withfcctetftdnacity to the setiti meat tluit the lives which wore lost inlcfenscof the principles which were at stake were as truly ficettpmthe altar of patriotism as anyjwmctlvcrc cvergixenin tie fensc of justice and right in tne an- nalsv of humah struggles The peo ple of the Confederate States of America Were not actuated by sud djju and passionate Impulses but bygthe enlightened understanding and profound love of principles LivrIghJs and policies which were to h triem the true tntreprctation of the cpnstitution of their government tin- derthc old flag and when they found it necessary in their view to fcseW their connection with iVaiiUniqn they did so because they believed firmly that their in alienable civil rights were utterly SV imperiled and the time for action hadj come The proof of this is clearly sqen in tne organization 01 a government of admirable quality intejlectual and moral of a consti tution thoroughly republican in i...

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